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Publication Date: July 30, 2005
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Rescue after SUV

drives into water


* By CARA BRENNEN
and DANIELLE STUBBS
Tribune Staff Reporters
THE heroic efforts of two
quick-thinking bystanders saved
the lives of four relatives whose
Suzuki jeep plunged over Pot-
ter's Cay Dock last night.
Hundreds of onlookers, most
of them waiting on mailboats
to depart for several weekend
Family Islands regattas,
watched in shock as Amber
Johnson, 19 the driver Ash-
ley Johnson, 12; Anthony John-
son, 10; and Ambriah Brennen,
3, were pulled from choppy
waters shortly after 7pm.
According to police, the acci-
dent occurred when Ms John-
son reportedly lost control of
the vehicle and the small
SUV tumbled off the dock
and into the water below.
Fortunately, Stephen Mur-
phy and Shayne Knowles,
both bystanders, immediate-
ly jumped overboard to


rescue the family.
Inspector Robert Simmons
told The Tribune that the fami-
ly's lives were spared only
because a window of the vehicle
was partially opened, allowing
the men to pull the driver and
three passengers to safety.
"Those men (two rescuers)
can be considered heroes, espe-
cially when you consider the
choppiness and depth of the
water. We could have had a
tragedy today," said Mr Sim-
mons.
When The Tribune arrived at
the scene, the four survivors, all
residents of Hamster Street,
Faith Avenue, where on their
way to the Princess Margaret
Hospital to be examined by
doctors.
The Tribune attempted to
speak with one of the rescuers,
Shayne Knowles, before he left
the scene to give a police state-
ment; however, he was still in a
SEE page nine


Man charged with tourists' murder


* By NATARIO McKENZIE
A 22-YEAR-OLD Bimini man was
charged in magistrate's court yesterday with
last week's shooting deaths of two Austrian
tourists at an Alice Town resort.
Frederick Cardinal Francis, a resident of
Porgy Bay, appeared before Magistrate
Roger Gomez to face two counts of murder
as well as weapons charges.


It is alleged that Francis, between Fri-
day, July 22 and Saturday, July 23, while at
Bimini, intentionally and unlawfully caused
the deaths of Bernhard von Bolzano and
Barbara Frelin von Perfall.
The bodies of 34-year-old Bolzano and
32-year-old Perfall were discovered in their
room at the Blue Water Resort arid Marina
SEE page nine


* MURDER accused Frederick
Cardinal on his way to court,
accused of the shooting of two
tourist visiting Bimini.
(Photo: Mario Duncanson/
Tribune Staff)


N The Suzuki is pulled from the water


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
UNITED States Ambas-
sador John Rood praised the
Bahamas yesterday for tak-
ing steps to ensure it is not a
weak link in the fight against
terrorism.
Mr Rood was speaking to
graduates of a two-week avi-
ation security management
course sponsored by the US
Embassy on behalf of the US
State Department.
More than 30 law enforce-
ment officers and civil avia-
tion officials from around the
country participated in the
course.
In his remarks at the grad-
uation ceremony on Friday,
Mr Rood reminded gradu-
ates that they are on the
front line when it comes to
the war on terror.
This is an ongoing fight in
which every country that
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by scare

* By DANIELLE STUBBS
Tribune Staff Reporter
TROPICAL Shipping was evacuated yes-
terday afternoon after a man with a "heavy
accent" told the company's receptionist, "there
is a bomb in the warehouse".
Almost 50 workers were ordered to leave
the shipyard on Bay Street just before closing
time on Friday, when it was announced over
the PA system that a bomb had been planted
in the warehouse. Several customers imme-
diately left the premises.
Although it was not confirmed up to press
time, the company's receptionist claimed that
"the voice of the caller was heavily accented
and sounded similar to a Jamaican accent".
When The Tribune arrived on the scene at
around 4pm, dozens of warehouse and office
workers were standing across the street from
the warehouse talking openly and hoping that
the phone call was simply a hoax.
Meanwhile, security officers employed by
Tropical Shipping were busy collecting infor-
mation and assisting firefighters who were
standing by in case of an explosion.
The Security and Intelligence Branch of the
Royal Bahamas Police Force was also called to
the scene to investigate the incident and to
SEE page 11


Road improvement
strategy approved
WORK on the stalled New Providence
Road Improvement Project is set to begin
now that a new strategy for its completion
has been approved by the Inter-American
Development Bank (IDB).
Speaking at a press conference at the Min-
istry of Works complex yesterday, Minister of
Works and Utilities Bradley Roberts said that
the IDB has approved the ministry's proposed
strategy, which involves dividing the project
into smaller slices, rather than seek one con-
tractor for the entire scheme.
It is estimated that the total cost of the $52
million project is now between $65 and $70
million and is expected to be completed by
December 2007.
The New Providence Road Improvement
Project was initially undertaken in a $52 mil-
lion design and build contract by the Associ-
ated Asphalt company in April of 2001. How-
ever, the project came to a stop in 2002 when
Associated Asphalt's parent company went
bankrupt, ultimately terminating their con-
tract for the road work. The Harrold Road
project was removed from the (NRIP) and is
still under construction after missing several
deadlines.
According to Mr Roberts, the Ministry of
Works later proceeded to find another con-
tractor to complete the NPRI project but was
unsuccessful.
A plan was then devised to break the pro-
ject into smaller portions and seek interna-
tional as well as local contractors to complete
road improvements. This option was per-
ceived as being more attractive ,to more medi-
um-sized local companies and it would also
give local companies the chance to compete
for a sizable amount of the road works. With
this in mind, the project was ultimately divid-
ed into seven slices, two for international con-
tractors and five for local contractors.


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WHILE the murder of two
Austrian tourists in Bimini last
weekend caused concern among
Florida boaters, it is not, expect-
ed to deter them frbm making
the 50-mile trip to the island.
According to Thursday's edi-
tion of the Florida newspaper
Sun Sentinel, members of the
Coral Ridge Yacht Club of Fort
Lauderdale left for Bimini with
a "flotilla of 12 boats and about
40 seafarers".
Bimini is a popular destina-
tion for South Florida's plea-
sure boaters and fishermen.
Charlie Sammarco, the club's
vice commodore, told the
paper: "We can't be daunted
that easily. We're going to go,
and we're going to have a good
time. Hopefully, there won't be
any trouble."
The murdered tourists, Bern-
hard von Bolzano, 34, and his
fiancee, Barbara Frelin von Per-
fall, 32, were found around
noon Saturday by a housekeep-
er at the Bimini Blue Water
Resort in Alice Town.
Yesterday, 22-year-old Fred-


erick Cardinal Francis was
charged in connection with the
murders.
"People are talking about
this" in local marine circles, said
Bobby Rawls, a Fort Laud-
erdale boater. "It's unbeliev-
able... South Florida boaters
flock to Bimini on a daily basis,
especially in the summer."

Concern

However, not all are com-
forted by Bimini's otherwise
peaceful history. Jeff Johnson
of Boca Raton, who travels to
Bimini eight to 10 times a year
tofish in his 31-foot powerboat,
told the Sentinel that he will
think twice about future trips.
"This double murder is.unset-
tling, and I may forgo my next
trip," he said. "I will definitely
not stay at the Blue Water
Resort."
When he does go to Bimini,
Mr Johnson said, he will leave
his family behind, and try not
to venture out too late at night.


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* By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE Bahamas Taxi Cab
Union has won its Supreme
Court battle, ending months of
litigation and ousting former
officers Rodney Moncur and
Mark Sawyer.
Union President Leon Griffin
yesterday expressed his joy of
finally having the matter
brought to a conclusion.
Since October of last year,
Mr Griffin has been battling to
keep control of the union,
thwarting coup attempts by the.
union vice president and other


senior council members.
Police officers have been
called in to the union's head
office on Market Street numer-
ous times to intervene when
tempers flared between the
president, his supporters and
those attempting to oust him.
Since then, Mr Griffin has
been working to have these
members expelled from the
union, and finally yesterday
could claim that he has over-
come this hurdle in his tenure.
"We are more than happy to
get rid of these persons, its more
than an accomplishment," he
said. "At 10am this morning the


judge made his ruling that the
decision of the union is not
amenable to judicial review.
Now these persons will have to
pay for the cost of the proceed-
ings," Mr Griffin added.
Mr Griffin says the union can
finally get back to focusing all of
its energies on doing some good
for its members, after more than
three years of internal fighting.
"Now the union can go on
with its election, which is slated
for August 4, and we are hoping
of having a good election. When
the members heard the ruling
by Justice Hartman Lonigley
they were very elated."


Questions on explosion cause


* By ADRIAN GIBSON
TWO experienced boat tech-
nicians have queried whether
freon, a non-flammable and
non-explosive gas, could have
been the cause of Wednesday's
explosion on Long Island.
In the wake of the accident,
which killed Mack Elijah
Knowles and injured two oth-
ers, family members and police
have speculated that a freon-
based gas may have caused the
accident.
However Phillips' Sailmakers
owner Larry Phillips, who nar-
rowly missed being involved in
the boat explosion, and Ricardo
Treco, an experienced engineer
at Master Technicians, are ques-
tioning this explanation.
Mr Treco said that while fre-
on gives off poisonous gas when


it burns, it does not explode.
Mr Knowles, of the well-
known Mangrove Bush boat
building family, was in the hold
of his vessel, the Summer Crab
II, when the explosion occurred
around noon Wednesday.
Mr Knowles, an electrician in
his late 50s, and his nephew
Jessie were trying to repair a
loose fixture on the boat's freez-
er in preparation for crawfish
season.
Family members say they
believe that when Mr Knowles
lit a blow torch, the spark ignit-
ed a leak'in the freon gas line,
which caused the explosion.
Shortly before the accident,
Larry Phillips said he was asked
at the last minute to survey the
boat for insurance purposes, but
could not do so as he had a
flight to Nassau.


"I just used one of my nine
lives" he said, audibly relieved.
Mr Phillips said that freon is
so non-flammable that "it is
supposed to put fires out". But
he did concede however that
"in the hot and humid summer
anything in the belly of the boat
could become flammable even
paint thinner".
Ricardo Treco told The Tri-
bune that "it has to be some-
thing else that caused the explo-
sion, as freon is a propellant
used in fire extinguishers."
"Only ammonia in huge com-
mercial systems and in old fash-
ioned kerosene freezers would
explode like that" he said.
Jessie Knowles is said to be in
Doctors Hospital recuperating
from toxic smoke inhalation
and burns to his face, arms and
neck.


Ambassador backs cancer


case claims in Andros


* By ADRIAN GIBSON
AMBASSADOR for the
Environment Keod Smith has
backed claims of an increase in
cancer cases in Andros.
Appearing on the ZNS talk-
show Immediate Response on
Friday, Mr Smith said he found
the allegations suggesting that
the Navy may have caused the
cases "extremely scary".
"I know of an increase in the
(number) of cancer cases in and
;around certain points of
Andros," Mr Smith said.
Last week, an Andros resi-
dent said locals had noticed a
Disproportionate number of
-cancer cases in persons who
lived near or worked at the
AUTEC base.
The claims were echoed by
North Eleuthera lawyer Lloyd
Johnson, in reference to a Navy
base in Governor's Harbour
which closed in 1980.
Environmental Health par-
liamentary secretary Ron Pin-
der has said that he and Mr
Smith have decided to launch
a full investigation into the
claims.
Yesterday, Mr Smith noted
that the Bahamas Environment,
Science and Technology
(BEST) Commission is
equipped with a laboratory and
qualified scientists licensed to
read and analyse levels of radi-
ation at these naval bases.
He said it was unfortunate
that an agreement allowing


* RON Pinder is launching
an investigation
AUTEC to conduct secret test-
ing was signed in the 1950s and
1960s.
"We don't know what activi-
ties are being conducted," he
said.
Asked if nuclear testing might
have taken place at the
AUTEC base, he said it would
be "baffling" if this was the


case, because of the interna-
tional agreements stipulating
that there should be no more
testing of nuclear weapons any-
where in the world.
"The Bahamas is a signatory
to the Test Ban Treaty, to min-
imise and eliminate nuclear test-
ing around the world," he said.
Mr Smith said it is his duty
to know and understand what is
happening at these bases.
He said he would also inves-
tigate cases at Grand Bahama,
the site of abandoned bases
where asbestos was used.
"We have to understand all
of what has happened to our
people over the years to try to
find some remedy both for their
illnesses and where it is that a
remedy is required," he said.
Mr Smith said that he is cer-
tain the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs or Ministry of National
Security will commence discus-
sions to have the old and now
defunct asbestos-contaminated
facilities torn down. "As soon as
I know the results of the inves-
tigation, the Bahamian public
will know."
Pentagon officials said they
have found no evidence of
"anything, anywhere".


Mitchell: Caribbean must plan ahead


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter
MINISTER of Foreign
Affairs Fred Mitchell has
said that Caribbean nations
must develop better plans to
minimise the devastation
from natural disasters such
as hurricanes.
. Speaking at a summit of
the Association of
Caribbean States (ACS) yes-
terday, Mr Mitchell said that
it is not enough for the
region to develop after-the-
fact disaster recovery mea-
sures that are dependent on
resources from outside the
affected communities.
Natural disasters in the
region have affected some
150 million people over the
last 30 years and have caused
damage, largely to infrastruc-
ture, valued at $5.6 billion.
"These are staggering
facts; and as our population
and economies grow in the
years ahead, the extent of
devastation will become
more and more staggering
and severe, if we do nothing
further to prepare our soci-
eties for what nature will
inevitably wrought," he said
"The time has come for us
as responsible leaders in the
21st Century to focus our


collective intellectual, techno-
logical and financial resources
on developing strategies that
would mitigate the effects of
hurricanes and other disasters.
"We must challenge our engi-
neers to develop codes and
structures that would minimize
the level of devastation and put
us on the road to true sustain-


able development," he said.
This is the first summit of the
ACS that the Bahamas has
attended since the PLP govern-
ment assumed office in 2002.
As tourism becomes increas-
ingly the mainstay of many
regional economies, the issues
of sustainability will require
more attention, he said.


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CONFESSION time! I am
one of those white Bahamians
("slammed" by Rev C..B. Moss
in your July 14 edition) who
failed to show up at any offi- in the grounds of Government
cial function related to our House, drinking free wine and
Independence. making totally unrelated small
However, I do not at all feel talk to friends and acquain-
guilty about it. Indeed, I would tances?
wager quite a sum to back up I don't know about you, Rev.
my presumption that many Moss, but I can find much bet-
very many prominent black ter ways to evidence my love
Bahamians were also no-shows. and loyalty for and to my coun-
And while I am confessing, I try, examples of a higher stan-
might as well admit that I dard than drinking free booze
missed last year's and will prob- and/or by inwardly cursing the
ably miss next year's. But what gods, pagan and pitiless, who
in the world this has to do with decreed that I should stay cap-
-my-degree-of pattrittiTs-is- tive for'atleast two hours at
beyond me. Clifford Park in an atmosphere
Among my reasons for not akin to that of a Turkish Bath,
atteiidifig the two official Inde- watching various events take
pendence events, one was place.
because both invitations were Referring to Clifford Park,
sent to me just five days before Rev Moss is quoted as saying:
the date of the events, which in "most of the official guests were
my book of family etiquette absent. There were impressive
gets an automatic negative. The rows of chairs labelled for the
powers that be have had a year Parliamentarians, senior gov-
to issue the two invites because ernment officials, public ser-
they are virtually the same year vants, religious leaders, busi-
after year. Common courtesy ness and civic leaders and oth-
demands more notice than that ers, but the chairs were for the
if you really want the invitees to most part empty."
show up. And what did all this cause?
Asks Rev Moss: "Why are Rev Moss claims "a major
they (white Bahamians) not embarrassment, which those in
participating in the celebration charge sought desperately to
of the most important day in cover up by giving the seats
the entire Bahamian calendar?" allotted for the Big Shots to the
That's how he sees it and he is Little Shots".
entitled to so believe. However, But Rev Moss, you confuse
I am entitled to disagree. For me further.You single out white
me, January 10 1967, and Octo- Bahamians when logic and sta-
ber 12 1492, were both more tistics suggest strongly you
historically importa.it days than should be lamenting the behav-
July 10 1973. And, I suggest, iour of many black Bahamians
there may well be people who as well.
put Burma Road, Black Tues- Look at the groups you,
day, and the Generel Strike specifically identified: parlia-
ahead of July 10 in historical mentarians (almost 100 per cent
significance. black), senior government offi-
"The Bahamas belongs to cit- cials (almost 100 per cent
izens of every hue, including black), public servants (almost
black and white," saysRev 100 per cent black), religious
Moss, who is also an ordained leaders (almost 100 per cent
preacher. He continued, "and black), civic leaders (almost 100
----all-mustbe-prepared' tcfdlmii .er ceplfit blackk, and business
strate their love and loyalty to leaders (let's say 50 per cent
the country at every opportu- black). And not only is the vast
nity. majority black, they are black
Rev Moss, pray explain to Bahamians with a much greater
me: What has my love of and national status than the aver-
loyalty to my country got to do age black Bahamian.
with, and how is it related to, What Rev Moss may well be
my appearance at Clifford overlooking is the probable fact
Park? that white Bahamians do not
On an exceedingly hot sum- hold on to Independence with
mer day dressed down in a suit the same fervour that many
and necktie, a combination of black Bahamians likely do.
which ensures that I will be After all, black Bahamians had
grossly uncomfortable and thus to live through years of slavery
rendered to a state of mind and even after slavery there
wherein I could not be expect- were many, many years of
ed to enjoy anything very much. minority dominance and dis-
And what indeed does my love crimination.
or a loyalty to the Bahamas got Now, after hundreds of white
to do with, how is it connected governors from England there
to, my appearance after dark was a black Governor who was


and is Bahamian, and not so
long ago the Colonial Secretary
was always white and was
always English. The Commis-
sioner of Police was, until the
appearance of Eddie Sears and
Gussie Roberts, always white
and always English, plus a few
senior officers like Spencer-
Harty who were always Eng-
lish.
Now, everyone is black and
everyone is Bahamian, includ-
ing the high court judges. All
of these changes were rightly
regarded as essential and a very
long time overdue. Finally, jus-
tice was not only done, it was
seen to be done.
For white Bahamians all of
those things and others were
indeed taking place but in real-
ity there was nothing in. the new
formula, the conversion of
white to black, to cause con-
cern. We had been virtually
self-governing for a very long
time and except for a very, very
few Bahamians who departed
Nassau never to return because
of January 10 1967, it was pret-
ty much business as usual, albeit
with a new outward appear-
ance.
O.ne. of the things that
changed was the National
Anthem, and that actually was
a definite change for the bet-
ter. The melody is nicer and the
lyrics are far more relevant and
meaningful. And white
Bahamians everywhere sing it
with gusto.
Another immediate change
was the flag which replaced
England's Union Jack. But in
the case of our flag, I am not a
happy camper. I say that when
my friend, Mr AD Hanna, pre-
sented the blue flag to mem-
bers of Parliament in the House
of Assembly, he stated that'the
yellow refers to the sunshine,
the blue represented our sea,
and the black represented the
Bahamian people. Well, we are
people too, and we ain't going
no place. A thin white line on
the border of the black trian-
gle would be justice and would
be accurate for white Bahami-
ans do make, a sizeable contri-
bution to the country in many
different ways.
Thought! Maybe that nation-
al confirmation for the symbol-
ic existence of white Bahamians
would get them to show up at
more Independence festivities!
It's worth a try, Rev Moss!
Having said all that, the true
fact of the matter is that the
Bahamas will always be only as
Independent as the great, pow-
erful, sometimes foolish United
States of America allows it to
be.

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RBDF to undergo review


* By KRISTINA McNEIL
THE operation, performance and
accountability of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force will be upgraded as
the organisation undergoes a full four-
month review.
"The government of the Bahamas
* recognises the tremendous contribu-
tions made by the proud, dedicated
and hard working men and women of
the Defence Force to the safety, secu-
rity and general development of our
country," said Deputy Prime Minis-
ter and Minister of National Security,
Cynthia Pratt as she addressed offi-
cers of the RBDF yesterday.
"The time is therefore fortuitous to
engage the Defense Force in a review
to determine how the organisation can
optimise its functioning," Ms Pratt
continued.
First formed 25 years ago to defend,
protect and patrol the waters and lands
of the Bahamas, the RBDF has done
"remarkably well," despite its limited
resources, said Ms Pratt.
The review will examine the force's
legal framework, leadership, manage-
ment, organisation, operations and
human and physical resources.
Recommendations for increasing
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will be compiled with the actual review
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Former president of the College of
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Moss denies



criticising


white populace


* By KARAN MINNIS
REVEREND CB Moss yes-
terday denied slamming white
Bahamians over their lack of
participation in the indepen-
dence celebrations.
He said that media reactions
to his comments, including one
headline that read 'Whites
slammed', misrepresented his
intentions.
"I have not slammed anyone
and I think that is what has
some of them upset," he said.
Rev Moss yesterday asked
Bahamian whites "to let it be
known why they feel they are
been shunned. This is the only
way to deal with the situation
properly."
He said it is not up to the
public "to simply guess why
they feel this way."
During his contribution to the


Marine Mammal Bill earlier this
month, Rev Moss raised the
question of why white Bahami-
ans have neglected to partici-
pate in events such as national
independence.
But according to Rev Moss,
he was just making an observa-
tion. "I wasn't trying to analyse
anything," he said. "I just want-
ed to put it to the public for dis-
cussion."
"Personally, I have a very
active relationship with our
white Bahamians, but I am talk-
ing on the national level," he
said.
"I know for a fact that that
they contribute to this country
greatly through charities and
other means, but that's not what
am talking about, am talking
about personal interaction, I am
talking about their presence in
the national life."


Causeway plan for cays


* BY DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
FREEPORT A causeway
linking Sweeting's Cay and
Deep Water Cay could be in
the pipeline for East Grand
Bahama.
Health Minister Dr Marcus
Bethel has put forward a pro-
posal to the Ministry of Works
for the causeway, which would
allow 24-hour access to both cays.
For many years, Grand
Bahamians have complained
that it is impossible to make the
crossing at low tide, They say
that they have to wait until high
tide before crossing by boat and
that residents have been strand-
ed on the sand banks for hours.
Children are unable get to
school on time and persons who
fall ill or are injured have to


wait until high tide for transfer
to Grand Bahama for medical
attention.
Previous attempts to dredge
the channel between Sweeting's
Cay and Grand Bahama have
all failed. One such attempt was
halted in early 2002 when it
became clear that the channel
alignment that had been cho-
sen was unsuitable.
Dr Bethel said government
is seeking to implement a per-
manentsolution for East Grand
Bahamians.
"The Minister of Works is
aware of myproposal which has
been on his table, but like
everything it will take time and
money," he told residentsof
East End.
He was speaking Wednesday
at the contract signing for a $5.26
million road and drainage works
project for East Grand Bahama.


The project involves that
reconstruction of 11 miles of
roads, the repair of seven more
miles of road between Gold
Rock Creek and McCleans
Town, and the installation of
culverts and drainage outlets in
low lying areas prone to severe
flooding.
The $2 million project will be
carried out in two stages. He said
dredging would begin at
McClean's Town Dock to bring
immediately relief. The dock will
also be refurbished and expand-
ed to double its existing size.
Channel excavation will also
be carried out through the two
shallow areas on the Sweeting's
Cay approaches.
Stage two will begin early
2007 after a final design is com-
pleted for continued mainte-
nance dredging to keep the
channel open.


Exhibition celebrates Freeport


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
FREEPORT An exhibition
depicting the birth and devel-
opment of Freeport over the
past five decades opened on
Friday at the Sir Charles Hay-
ward Library.
The exhibition was put on by
the Grand Bahama Port
Authority, and highlights the
many significant achievements
spawned by the historic sign-
ing of the Hawksbill Creek
Agreement on August 4, 1955.
The Hawksbill Creek Agree-
ment marked the birth of
Freeport, which was trans-
formed from a pine barren into
a thriving modem industrial city
that serves as the economic cen-
ter of Grand Bahama.
In celebration of the 50th
anniversary of the hisftric sign-


ing, the Port Authority has dec-
orated the city's main thor-
oughfares with banners depict-
ing its logo in gold.
A number of special events
have been planned from July
29 to August 4.
Many persons, including Port
Authority principals Sir Jack
Hayward and Sir Albert Miller,
and co-chairmen Julian Fran-
cis and Willie Moss, were pre-
sent at the Sir Charles Hayward
Library for the opening.
The first personality featured
in the exhibit is Wallace
Groves, the founder of
Freeport.
He and Lord Ranfurly, the
then governor of the Bahamas,
were signatories of the original
documents of the Hawksbill
Creek Agreement, which are
on display in a protective dis-
play case.
Visitors to the exhibit can


watch a video documentary
produced by Dave Mackey
which features an interview
with Wallace Groves.
There is also a flora and fau-
na exhibit, complete with real
pine trees and thatch; a collage
of various major players in
Freeport, and a video presen-
tation of interviews with various
prominent Grand Bahamians.
The Port Authority will kick
off celebrations with a "Feel
the Rush" junkanoo parade on
Sunday, when Nassau and
Freeport junkanoo groups will
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An important need to record the



deeds of our national contributors


elation that followed in wake
UR cousin Albert of the recent death of the Rev
0 Rolle has amassed a Fr Richard Frederick Antho-
collection of funeral pro- ny Roberts, CBE, JP, when
grammes and those from tes- many Bahamians admitted to
timonial luncheons and ban- not being aware of the
quets that spans a period of tremendous and varied con-
over a half century, tribution this good gentleman
A few decades ago, we had made to our national
began our own collection of development. Sadly, some
the same and together both youngsters of today's genera-
have proven to be most help- tion were not even aware that
ful to us in documenting our he was a priest.
glimpses of a bygone period
in Bahamian history. H l
In many instances, while ere was a son of the
researching material for some .soil who set high
of our writings, we have found standards as an exemplary
them to be the only available family man, an outstanding
source of information about trade unionist, a model par-
many Bahamians who have liamentarian, a respected
contributed in varying degrees diplomat and a humble priest.
to the development of this As a trade unionist, along
country. with the late Caldwell Arm-
Thus, we were delighted brister, he was instrumental in
when, after much persuasion, the formation of the Airport,
we were able to get Albert's Airline and Allied Workers
consent to donate his collec-. Union (AAAWU) in 1953,
tion to the Antiquities, Monu- the first sch organised entity
ments and Museums Corpo-, ii the Bahamas.
ration (AMMC).. :Internationally trained in
This noble gesture on his trade unionism, Mir Roberts
part will thereby make them served as assistant secretary
available in a supervised envi- general of the Bahamas Fed-
ronment to the general pub- ration ofLabour, generalisec-
lic especially students -for retary of the Amalgamated
researching the life and times Conistruction and Civil Engi-
of many of our unsung heroes peering Trade Union, found-
and heroines, who have given ing president of the Bahamas
much to the development of Trade Union Congress and
this our beloved Bahamaland. later general secretary of the
What led us to write this same, and represented the
article was the astounding rev- Bahamas on the Caribbean



Here was a son of the soil
who set high standards as an
exemplary family man, an
outstanding trade unionist, a
model parliamentarian, a
respected diplomat and a
humble priest.




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G EOR G E

Area Division of the Interna-
tional Confederation of Free
Trade Unions. As a stabilis-
ing force, he played a signifi-
cant role in the successful
General Strike of 1958.

As a proponent for
majority rule locally,
Mr Roberts worked his way
up the political ladder with the
Progressive Liberal Party,
serving as a member of its
youth arm the National Com-
mittee for Positive Action, as a
Member of Parliament, and as
a Cabinet Minister. He con-
cluded his exemplary involve-
ment in public life by serving
with distinction as the
Bahamas' High Commissioner
to Great Britain.
Having spent the greater
portion of his life in positions
of authority and influence, he
ultimately heeded God's call
to the sacred ministry by being
.ordained a deacon in the local
Anglican diocese in 1987, and
subsequently to the sacred
priesthood in 1988.
*While serving as an assistant
priest at the Parish of Christ
The King, Fr Roberts also
served as Chaplain to the Roy-
al Bahamas Police Force.
He was later stationed as
priest in charge at St John's
Anglican Church in Harbour
Island, with responsibility for
St Paul's in the Bluff and St
Joseph's in Upper Bogue,
Eleuthera. He retired from the
priesthood in 1999, but con-
tinued to assist, even in retire-
ment, at St James Church in
Adelaide.

H is life can truthfully
be summed up
thus: Richard Frederick
Anthony Roberts, CBE, JP,
exemplary family man, trade


NT


M AC K E Y

unionist, parliamentarian,
diplomat and priest, was an
extraordinary Bahamian who
made a significant and var-
ied contribution to the devel-
opment of our beloved Com-
monwealth of the Bahamas.
May his soul rest in peace
and rise in glory.
Illness prevented us from
attending the funeral services
of two other national contrib-
utors recently.
We refer to the late James
Russell, of Palm Tree Restau-
rant fame, and the Rev Glen-
roy Winston Nottage, who for
years ministered to AIDS vic-
tims and others at the All
Saints Camp of St John The
Divine as its director.
However, despite our inca-
pacitation, we made it a point
of securing their funeral pro-
grammes to add to our collec-
tion.
In perusing those docu-
ments, we were pleased to
learn many things about those
two national contributors of
which we were previously
unaware.
Regarding Mr Russell, for
instance, we were able to note
his family connections, which
included among others the late
C V Bethel, his brother-in-law
and one of our favourite
teachers at the old Govern-
ment High School, in Nassau
Court.

We were also able to
learn about the,
many civic, social, political and,;
economic causes that he was
associated with, including his
being a member of the Citi-
zen's Committee (a forerun-
ner to the Progressive Liberal
Party of which he was also a
founding member).
We were made aware of his
support to workers during the


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Yes, many Bahamians have
contributed greatly to our
national development, but
their good deeds have thus far
gone unheralded and
unrecognised. Yet, we cry for
role models for today's
wayward youth.


General Strike of 1958, and
his later involvement with
both the National Democratic
Party and the Free National
Movement, among other pos-
itive things.
He was certainly a man who
possessed the courage of his
convictions, and one whose
varied contribution made a
difference in the development
of this country.

Many of today's gen-
eration would only
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entertainment life.
A gifted singer, young Glen-
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band known as The Falcons.
We were able to learn of his
setback in life, his encounter
with God, and the remarkable
transformation of his life as
he devoted the remainder of


his life caring for those whom
the Good Lord referred to as
"the least of these, His
brethren".
Yes, many Bahamians have
contributed greatly to our
national development, but
their good deeds have thus far
gone unheralded and unrecog-
nised. Yet, we cry for role
models for today's wayward
youth.
Perhaps, if we were to exert
a greater effort in document-
ing and chronicling the accom-
plishment of some ordinary
Bahamians who have made
some extraordinary contribu-
tions to our national develop-
ment, perhaps therein we may
find the role models we have
been looking for.
Think on these things.
George W Mackey's book
"Millennium perspectives", a
compilation of Viewpoints and
other topics, is available at
leading bookstores locally. E-
mail: georgewmackey@hot-
mail.com


worship time: 11am 7pm
Adult Sunday School: 10am
Church School during Worship Service


Place: Twynam Heights
off Prince Charles Drive

Minister:.Rev. Henley Perry

P.O. Box SS-5631
Telephone number: 324-2538
Telefax number: 324-2587
COME TO WORSHIP, LEAVE TO SERVE


I n LIGHT AND LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1


Grounded In The Past &
Geared To The Future


, rt


Rev. Dr. Franklin Knowles


ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND

Pastor: Rev. Dr Franklin Knowles

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


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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Bain Tow revival n. ok


* By KARAN MINNIS
A REVIVAL of Bain Town is in the
works according to Rev Senator-CB-
Moss, who said the historic settlement
is being rejuvenated in an effort to
attract tourism.
Rev Moss, who is the chairman of
the Bain Town Association, made this
announcement while speaking at the
official launch of the Bain Town
Tourism Initiative plan held yesterday.
He said the association plans to
upgrade the environment of Bain


Town, repair landmarks, introduce fes-
tivals, and create areas were Bahamian
crafts and products can be sold.
.. These steps will be taken, Rev Moss
said, in an effort to attract tourists to
the area.
Visitor
Rev Moss said that the high level of
visitor dissatisfaction to the Bahamas
appears to be linked to the limited
range of experiences that are made
available to them.


"It is clear to us that the tourism
product must be expanded to provide
the visitor with more than sun, sand
and sea, hotel properties and casinos,"
he said.
"Visitors are increasingly more inter-
ested in the culture of the destination.
It is our opinion that if the tourism
industry in the Bahamas is to experi-
ence sustainable growth then heritage
tourism must be quickly and strongly
incorporated into the product."
Rev Moss said this means that places
like Bain Town, Fox Hill, Adelaide,


and Gambier should be given promi-
nence. Highlighting the "advantages" it
has over the other communities he
named, Rev Moss said it is only fitting
that Bain Town should lead the way
because of its proximity to Bay Street.
Thousands
"Each week thousands of visitors
disembark cruise ships at the Prince
George Dock and they join thousands
of other visitors on Bay Street," he
said.


"Bain Town is only a stone throw
from this rich fountain head of visi-
tors, and it would be relatively easy to
direct some of these visitors into our
community."
According to Rev Moss, North
American tourists would be extremely
interested in the fact that Bain Town is
a community which was built to accom
modate freed slaves.
He added that the board hopes the
end result of the initiative will be a
complete revival of the entire Bain
Town economy.


Much-needed Adelaide


bus service on stream


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE Public Transit Associ-
ation is preparing to introduce
much-needed-bus service in the
Adelaide.:area in a "matter of
days".
dAssociation president
Reuben Rahming told The Tri-
bune yesterday that the PTA
has already started prepara-
tibns to bring regulated service
to the area after residents
expressed their overwhelming
desire for the service, at a
recent town meeting.
Regular
"We are preparing to have
three buses on a regular basis
make stops in Adelaide," said
Mr Rahming.
The association has already
appointed two persons from
the PTA to serve as communi-
ty liaison officers Vernall


Smith and Liane Ferguson.
Their mission will be to go into
the community and coordinate
the needs of the residents.
Schedules
"We want to know people's
schedules so we can space and
time the buses in the way that
will be the most effective and
beneficial," said Mr Rahming.
"We do not want it be done in
an ad hoc fashion."
It is very important that the
community be a part of any
decisions to make route
changes, he said.
The association is ready and
willing to begin the service in a
matter of days; however, there
are a number of things that
have to be put into place
before the route can begin,
such as liaising with the
Department of Road Traffic,
he said.
"We don't just want to start a


route and then have it not be
controlled, so we are working
with the department to ensure
that it is properly regulated'.
We know our place and we
work hand-in-hand with the
government," said Mr Rah-
ming.
The association plans to start
service into Coral Harbour as
well as expand service into
already established routes, such
as Fox Hill and Sea Breeze.
Populated
"These are areas that are
heavily populated and grow-
ing. We want to supply people
with enough routes so that they
do not have to walk a mile to
and from a bus stop," said Mr
Rahming.
The new routes are just a
portion of the association's
plans to "revolutionise" pub-
lic transportation in the coun-
try, he added.


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PAG 8,SATRDA, JLYL0,C005THETRIUN


* ATTORNEY Gen-
eral and Minister of
Education Alfred Sears
speaks with the media
yesterday during the
Mid-Term Review of
Commonwealth Minis-
ters of Education for
Caribbean/Canada
region at the Radisson
resort, Cable Beach.
(BIS Photo: Tim
Aylen)


ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
and printing every week day,
Monday to Friday, The Tribune
will publish 'The Valley of No
Return' the second in our
summer reading series.
The Tribune is convinced that
reading helps young people to
focus on constructive choices
through exposure to worlds
beyond their immediate envi-
ronment.
Sponsored by Kellogg's, this


latest Breakfast Serials story is
just like a best-selling book, but
published one chapter at a time
every week day. It's great writ-
ing and illustrating by celebrat-
ed authors and artists, and read-
ers can't wait for the next day's
installment.
The chapters are short, engag-
ing and compelling so that
the reader keeps coming back
for more. ,
Read. Learn. Enjoy.


CHAPTER 1 STARTS ON AUGUST 2-


The Valley of


No Return


By John Tomerlin
Illustrated by Michael Lacapa


H AVASU CANYON, an Arizona branch of the
Grand Canyon, is famed for its natural beauty.
However, it is less well-known that floods occasionally
rampage through the valley on their way to the Colorado
River.
Two young people set out one afternoon in the autumn
of 1909 to visit "Dead Man's Falls," north of the Supai Vil-
lage. A prank played on them by a young member of the
Havasupais Indian tribe becomes potentially lethal when a
flash flood cuts off their return.
For the next several days the pair must endure cold and
hunger while attempting to make their way to safety; the
situation grows yet more deadly when they discover they
are being stalked by a hungry mountain lion.
This is a story of two young people from diverse back-
grounds one, the son of a mining engineer, the other, a
daughter of the tribal chief whose people are threatened
with exile from their ancestral land, and of the lessons
learned as they struggle for survival.


cebar ret funeral ome Caribbean
DIGNITY IN SERVICE
Robinson Road and First Street P.O.Box N-603 Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328-1944/393-1352
FnrlSrie educators


LEROY
FRAZIER, 41


a resident of
Kemp Road will
be held 10:00 am,
Tuesday, 2nd
August, 2005 at Sacred Heart Catholic
Church, East Street. Officiating will be
Rev Thomas B Brislin, CP. Interment
will follow in the Old Trail Cemetery.


Cherished memories are held by his
father, Desmond Frazier; mother,
Gendolyn Greene; brother, Basil
Clarke; sister, Patrice; two aunts,
Louise Johnson and Elizabeth Wallace
and other relatives and friends
including, Megan Greene, Leon and
Henry Thompson, Quintine, Allie Moss
and Naden Bowleg.


Relatives and friends may pay their
respects at. the, chur h on Tuesday
from 9:00 am, until service time.



KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED
Established 1950
P.O. Box N-1222, 22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas


KAELIN

ALEXANDER
BROGDON

of Nassau Bahamas, who
died at Jackson Memorial
Hospital, Miami, Florida,
will be held at Christ
Church Cathedral, George
Street, Nassau on Saturday, 30th July, 2005 at
4:00p.m.

The Very Reverend Dean Patrick L. Adderley, Dean
of Nassau and Reverend Father Michael Gittens,
Priest Vicar will officiate and interment will be in
Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Rd., Nassau.

He will be lovingly remembered by his Parents,
Chris and Lana (Lee) Brogdon; sister, Carisa;
grandparents, Henry Lee and Maria Lee, Eloy
Roldan, and Jayne and Stephen Brogdon; great
grandparents, Thomas and Elizabeth Brogdon, and
Mary Smith; aunts, Alisa Gaetano and Lisa Brogdon;
uncles, Stephan Brogdon and Rick Gaetano; great
aunts, Mena Griffiths, Wei Kuen Wong, Cheryl Lee,
Viola Nixon, Nancy Lee, Valeria Cook, Linda Lee,
Elizabeth Lee, Mae Wong, Fong Wong, Carol Smith,
Beverly Brogdon, and Mary Brogdon; grand uncles,
Pastor Allan Lee, Derek Griffiths, Donnie Lee, Lesley
Wong, Lum Wong, B.W.Cook, Benjamin Smith,
Thomas Brogdon, and Sam Brogdon, and a host
of other relatives and friends, including, Julie, Ben,
Tarik and Zakary Benjelloun, Judy, David, Kelli and
Jenna Griffiths, Gina and Andrew Knowles, Shane
Knowles, Mark Knowles, Gregory, Janet, and Billy
Lee, Heather Garg, Corbin Brogdon, Gail, Troy and
Kaitlyn Arquiza, Birdina Cartwright, Tanya, Kevin
and Katianna Ingraham, The PICU Team at Jackson
Memorial Hospital, The Christ Church Cathedral
Family, Tom Rachal, and Frankie and Julie Martin.

In Lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations
be sent to The Victor Sassoon (Bahamas) Heart
Foundation, P.O.Box N 8189, Nassau, The
Bahamas in memory of Kaelin Brogdon.

Friends may pay their last respects at Kemp's
Funeral Home Limited, 22 Palmdale Avenue,
Palmdale on Friday, 29th July, 2005 from 4:30pm
to 6:30pm


grappling


HIV/AIDS


scourge

* By Lindsay Thompson
Bahamas Information
Services
EDUCATORS in the
Caribbean are grappling with
the scourge of HIV/AIDS,
which is becoming prevalent
among school students
between the ages of 13 and 19.
Minister of Education Alfred
Sears announced that his min-
istry is in the process of devis-
ing a policy to prevent the
spread of the disease within
the public education system.
Mr Sears made the
announcement Friday, July 29,
during a press briefing at the
15th Conference of Common-
wealth Education Ministers at
the Radisson Cable Beach and
Golf Resort.
The Ministry of Education
hosted 21 countries to the con-
ference which is being held July
27 to 30 as a follow-up to the
summit held in Edinburgh,
Scotland in October 2003.
In Nassau, Education Min-
isters continued dialogue on
the six "action areas" identi-
fied in Edinburgh, namely:
Improving quality education
using distance learning to over-
come barriers, supporting edu-
cation in difficult circum-
stances, eliminating gender dis-
parities in education, expand-
ing access to universal primary
education and mitigating the
impact of HIV/AIDS in edu-
cation.
Mr Sears said a curriculum
proposed for the Bahamas will
focus on prevention by sensi-
tising and raising the level of
consciousness of students.
Cases
He noted that the Caribbean
has the second highest region-,
al .prevalence rate of
HIV/AIDS cases next to Sub
Sahara Africa, and that the
Bahamas has the second high-
est rate within the region.
"We know that throughout
our country, we have children
who are witnessing the early
death of parents and relatives
due to AIDS, and we have a
small number of students," Mr
Sears said.
"So we have to be concern
that we craft a policy that
ensures the dignity and respect
of medical confidentiality of all
stakeholders in our education-
al system and equally impor-
tant we have to ensure that in
all aspects of our curriculum,
we incorporate information to
sensitise students of the impor-
tance of prevention and
responsible decision-making."
The Minister of Education,
Youth and Culture of Jamaica
Maxine Henry-Wilsori also
shared her country's concerns
regarding education on the
killer disease.
"It is perhaps one of the
most devastating issues, in the
sense that it is now prevailing
in the school population," she
said.
Recent research shows that
in the case of Jamaica, there is
increasing prevalence in
HIV/AIDS amongst girls ages
13 to 19.
"We speak about matters
involving protected sex, to try
and get our young ladies and
our young men to understand
that early sex and multiple
partners offer a great threat to
them personally," she said. "So
it is an education function. It
is also to ensure that we do not
have discrimination and peo-
ple know what AIDS is about
and they know how to protect
themselves.


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Man charged with murder


FROM page one
at Alice Town, Bimini on Sat-
urday, July 23. A maid report-
edly discovered the bodies
when she went to clean the
room.
According to police reports,
Bolzano was found face down
on the floor, bound and
gagged, with a gunshot wound
to his back. Perfall was found
on one of two beds with a
gunshot wound to the stom-
ach and a wound to the head.
Francis was also charged
with stealing a shotgun and
possession of an unlicensed
firearm.
Court dockets allege that
on Tuesday, July 26, at Bimi-
ni, Francis had in his posses-
sion a 12 gauge shotgun ser-
ial number MV 03054F -
without a gun licence.
And on Thursday, July 14,
Francis allegedly stole the
shotgun from Frank Weech's
Bimini home.
Francis was not required to
plead to any of the charges.
The matter was adjourned to
September 6 for a preliminary
inquiry, which will take place
at Court 1, Bank Lane before


Magistrate Linda Virgill.
Francis was remanded to
Her Majesty's Prison, Fox
Hill.
A 34-year-old man of
Golden Gates was charged in
magistrate's court yesterday
with the 2002 death of
Aimana Joseph.
It is alleged that on Friday,
April 19 2002, Kevin Roker
intentionally and unlawfully
caused Joseph's death.
Roker appeared before
Magistrate Roger Gomez. Due
to the nature of the charge he
-was not required to enter a
plea and was remanded to Her
Majesty's Prison, Fox Hill.
A preliminary inquiry has
been set for September 5.
A 20-year-old Freeport
man pleaded not guilty to
drug charges in magistrate's
court yesterday.
It is alleged that on Wednes-
day, July 27 police found
Damian Demetri Rolle in pos-
session of a quantity of mari-
juana, which they believed he
intended to supply to another.
The prosecution is alleg-
ing that Rolle was found with
two foil wraps in his hand
and an additional 26 small


Why You Vex?


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
"I vex because I spend $20
to get my car clean and then I
drive behind this big, old,
dirty nasty truck what was let-
ting off all this big black
smoke all over my white car,
look like I ain' clean the car in
months. Glenys Hanna-Mar-
tin (Minister of Transport)
need to regulate them trucks.
I think they should only be
allowed to drive between 5-
7am and 7-9pm at night so
they could stop harassing
decent people."
Silvia Brown, 41,
Carmichael Road
"I was at the beach with my
daughter last weekend and I
was appalled at how some
people have no regard for the
environment. This group of
young people had a picnic and
then left all the beer cans,
chicken bones and dirt all
over the sand, like the sea
maid is going to come behind
them .and clean it up."
Alexis Rolle

"I am vex that whenever
there is a holiday weekend you
cannot get through to govern-
ment offices the day before.
It's' like they go on automatic
go slow and forget that gov-
ernment work has to be done."
Koyo, Elizabeth Estates
"You know why I vex, I am
vex because I think that BEC
should reduce their prices in
the summer. I mean they
would still make a profit
because people automatically
use more power. But come
on, with these kinds of tem-
peratures air conditioning is


not a luxury, it is a necessary.


*:AK 4^ . '.'^ ^^


People could die if they don't;
have a/c it is so hot in the
night. My electricity bill is.
almost doubled in the sum-
mer, but I just have to suck
up the cost or drown in
sweat."
Hot and broke in the East
"I am vex at.the College of
the Bahamas. Every year it is
the same problem when it
.come to registration, now the
fees getting so high, it like
they do not want poor peo-
ple to get an education."
Angry Student

"Why You


Happy"

"I am thrilled that Cafe
Martinique is re-opening, it
was one of my favourite
restaurants and I cannot wait
to have dinner there again."
V Smith


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that MARGARET MISCALIN,
P.O.BOX SB-2914, PINEWOOD GARDENS, 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 30TH day of JULY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that NELTA ALOUIDOR,
CUMBERBATCH ALLEY OFF WULFF RD., 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 30TH day of JULY,
2005 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship,
P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANTOINE DESULME, 1ST
STREET THE GROVE, 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 (f the facts within twenty-eight days.
from the 30TH day of JULY, 2005 to the Minister responsible
for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147; Nassau,
Bahamas.


wraps in a Fritos chip bag.
Rolle, who works as a security
guard in Freeport, was allegedly in
New Providence on a family matter
when the incident occurred.
-Rolle pleaded innocent to the
charge and was granted $10,000 bail
by Magistrate Carolita Bethel.
The matter was adjourned to
February 16,2006.



Ambassador's

compliment

FROM page one
nineloves freedom must
remain vigilant, he said.
"We have to ;be prepared
because terrorists will look for
the weakest link where they can
have the greatest impact," said
Mr Rood. "You make sure the
Bahamas won't be that link."
Mr Rood also. told graduates
that their training would help
make air travel safer for pas-
sengers and cargo. "You have
been well prepared to deal with
circumstances that we hope will
never arise, but which we must
be prepared to deal with."
Mr Rood noted that as an
island nation, the Bahamas'
busy airports support a vitally
important lifeline connecting
the islands and their residents.
"Vigilance in the. protection
: of these airports is necessary to
.maintain the strength of
Bahamian society and its econ-
omy," he said.
As the arrival and departure
points for millions of American
tourists every year, the protec-
tion of Bahamian airports is also
critically important to the secu-
rity of the United States and its
people, said Mr Rood. "We
understand-the need to enhance
our shared security."
Rodney McKenzie, Assistant
Superintendent and Deputy
Commandant of the Police
Training College urged the
graduates to: share their knowl-
edge with co-workers.
"If you do not utilise it then it
becomes useless," he said:
Alan Gibson, Assistant Com-
missioner of Police, thanked the
Embassy for sponsoring the
course and emphasised that his
officers welcomed the chance
to expand their knowledge.
ACP Gibson said he felt it
was equally important that
Family Island officials be includ-...
ed in anti-terror training.
w"Terrorists don't have to
always use 747s or jet liners,
they can use small planes and
boats as well. So it is important
that everyone have the train-
ing," he said.
Speaking on behalf of the
graduates, Daphne Delva of the
Royal Bahamian Police Force
said the course was very intense,
but it gave all participants a
greater understanding of secu-
Srity measures.


Family rescued from dock


FROM page one
"state of shock" and trembled
uncontrollably. He was only
able to give his name.
Shelly Knowles, Mr
Knowles' cousin who wit-
nessed the accident, was visi-
bly upset at what might have
happened.


"We cannot wait for history
to repeat itself. God was with
them today. The government
has to do something about this
dock," she said.
Ms Knowles said that there
ought to be "sleeping police-
men" placed.every five feet to
regulate traffic at the dock,
and to ensure that no vehicles


pass the parking blocks.
Said Ms Knowles: "Once
you fall over that's it. Only fish
know their way out of here."
The jeep was pulled from
the water about an hour later.
About two years ago, a local
pastor and his family drowned
when their car drove off Pot-
ter's Cay Dock.


Please assist her in having a normal childhood.

Send donations to account #05135-7021785 at The Royal Bank of Canada
Account Name, Octavier Thurston
For further information call 327-6746, Cell: 426-2972


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WHAT'S


ON IN AND A R UND N A S S A U


EMAI L OUTTH ERE @ TRI BUNEMEDIA. NET


Iw i Parties, Nightclubs i
1110:0M & Restaurants 1l- l

Heineken Rituals 5: Emancipate Yourself, Saturday,
July 30 @ Fort Charlotte. Dress code: aqua, gold and
black (Bahamian flag colours). Admission: $20 (in
advance), $25 (day of the event). Doors open at 8pm.
Tickets available at Airbrush Junkies, and Juke Box at
the Mall at Marathon; The Seventeen Shop and Adam
& Eve, all locations.

Survival of the Illest After Party on Saturday, July 30 @
Pirates of Nassau. Admission: $15 w/ one free drinik.
Free JELLO shots available. Featuring music by Gum-
mie Bear Entertainment and Extra Large, special guest,
DJ Twista. Security by Knights of the Round Table
will be strictly enforced.

Party Central Unit (PCU) Coperate Cruise aboard the
Sea Link, Saturday, July 30. Featuring music by DJ AI.
Boat leaves Potters Cay Dock, boarding time 8pm.
Admission: $20 (VIP, includes free appetizers and free
shots all night), $15 (general admission). There will be
prizes and surprises. Tickets available at The Hit Spot,
Airbrush Junkies and Miller's Auto. For more infor-
mation call 364-5803 or 454-7597.

One Love: Together We Stand/ Divided We Fall, Sat-
urday, July 30 @ the Warehouse Nightclub. Doors open
@ 9pm. Tickets: $15 available at Alpha Sounds, $20 @
the door. Dress to impress. Security will be strictly
enforced. Music by Alpha Sounds DJs, Selector Ty
alongside DJ Extra Large.

Hypnotist Denny Moore appears at Jokers Wild Com-
edy Club (Atlantis Hotel), from July 19-31. Admission:
$25. Doors open at 9pm, showtime 9:30pm. For more
than 30 years, Denny Moore has been mystifying and
entertaining audiences with his ESP and hypnosis shows.
His unusual exploits have been publicized in newspapers
and magazines across the United States. Step into the
world of this highly entertaining and most fascinating
individual. For more information call 363-2000 ext.
64002.

Gospel Hip Hop Fest 2005, Friday, August 5 @ The
Diplomat Centre, Carmichael Road. Time: 7:30pm.
Special performances by Monty G and B B Jay. Admis-
sion: $10 (in advance), $12 (at the door). Tickets avail-
able at The Juke Box; Oasis Music Centre; Faith Life
Book & Music; Logos Bookstore; Wilshire's Enter-
.pries; and Bucks Gospel.

Outrageous in Red, Saturday August 6 @ Pirates of
Nassau. Entertainment by the Men of Synergy & Utopia
Female Models. Also featuring a male auction, all pro-
ceeds in aid of the Red Cross; special John Bull give-
aways to the sexiest lady in red and lady with the most
red. No sportswear allowed. Bacardi Drink Special:
"Red Rain". Admission: $10 females, $15, males, $20
VIP. Dress code: red or any combination of red. An
additional $10 for persons not wearing red. Doors open
at 9:30pm. Security will be sctrictly enforced by Knights
of the Round Table.

Wild Jungle, each and every Wednesday night @ Club
Trappers, Nassau's "upscale" gentleman's club. Fea-
turing a female body painting extravaganza. Free body
painting @ 8 pm. Ladies always welcome. Admission:
Men free before 10 pm. Females free. There will be
free food and hors d'oeuvres between 9 and 10 pm.
Open until 4 am.

Ladies Night @ Fluid lounge, this and every Thursday
night. Doors open at 10pm. Ladies free before lam,
$10 after. Guys: $15 all night. Drink special: 3 @ $10
(Bacardi) Giveaways and door prizes every week.

Exotic Saturdays @ Fridays Soon Come starts with 3 for
$10 drink specials. Admission: $10 before midnight and
$15 after. Ladies free before llpm.

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

Fever @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth St, downtown, every
Friday night. Admission $10 before midnight. First 50
women get free champagne. First 50 men get a free
Greycliff cigar. Dress to impress. For VIP reservations
call 356-4612.

Mellow Moods every Sunday @ Fluid Lounge and
Nightclub, Bay St, featuring hits from yesterday old
school reggae and rockers downstairs, and golden oldies
upstairs. Admission: Free. Doors open 9pm.

Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters Sports Bar.
Drink specials all night long, including karaoke warm-


up drink to get you started. Party from 8pm-until. Jay Mitchell and Hot KC @ Palm Court Lounge, British
Colonial Hilton, Wednesday-Thursday 8pm-12am.


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 numer-
ous 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.

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

Dicky Mo's @ Cable Beach. Happy Hour every Friday
- 3 for $10 mixed drinks and $1 shots. Bahamian Night
(Free admission) every Saturday with live music from 8
pm to midnight'. Karaoke Sundays from 8pm to mid-
night, $1 shots and dinner specials all night long.

Twisted Boodah Lounge @ Cafe Segafredo, Charlotte St
kicks off Fridays at 6pm with deep house to hard house
music, featuring CraigBOO, Unkle Funky and Swor-
1'wide on the decks.

Chill Out Sundays @ Coco Loco, Sandyport, from 4pm-
until, playing deep, funky chill moods with world beats.

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

Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-midnight @ Crystal
Cay Beach. Admission $10, ladies free.

Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A night of
Caribbean, Latin and Reggae flavours for all audiences.
Latin Flair in the VIP Lounge; Old School Reggae and.
Soca in the Main Lounge. Ladies in free before ll1pm.
$10 after 11pm. Men, $15 cover charge.

TooLooSe @ Indigo Restaurant on West Bay St and
Skyline Drive. Singer/songwriter Steven Holden per-
forms solo with special guests on Thursday from 9pm -
midnight.

The Graham Holden Deal @ The Green Parrot....David
Graham, Steve Holden, Tim Deal and Friends perform
Sunday, 7pm 10pm @ Hurricane Hole on Paradise
Island.


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

Paul Hanna, Tabatha and Gernie, and the Caribbean
Express perform at Traveller's Rest, West Bay St, every
Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.

E The Arts i.

Da Spot, a weekly comedy show, features skits and
spoofs on Bahamian life, with improv by a talented
young cast. The show is held Tuesdays @ The Dundas
at 8pm. Admission is $10, and tickets are sold at the
door.

Bold, an exhibition of paintings by JeRome Harris
Miller at Azure Spa, British Colonial Hilton, runs
through July 30. Spa hours Monday-Saturday, 9am-
6pm and Sunday, 10am-6pm.

Alternate Photography @ the National Art Gallery: a
course designed to engage interested students in the
visual and aesthetic possibilities of photography as an
art, and alternative photography as an accessible
medium.
Students will be introduced to the history of photog-
raphy. They will learn how to build cameras, princi-
ples of photographic composition, correct darkroom
procedures and film development and alternative
photography techniques that allow images to be
developed on all types of surfaces and objects, and
produces images with very particular charecteristics.
The workshop will be held at NAGB, West and West
Hills Sts, and runs from July 18-30, 9.30am 2pm
(some days are full work days and will run from 9am-
5pm). Age group: 12 years and older: Cost: $60 mem-
bers/$80 non-members. To register call 328-5800.

The National Collection @ the National Art Gallery
of the Bahamas, an exhibition that takes the viewer on
a journey through the history of fine art in the Bahamas.
It features signature pieces from the national collec-
tion, including recent acquisitions by Blue Curry, Anto-
nius Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-Smith. Call 328-
5800 to book tours. This exhibition closes February 28,
2006.

Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies Collec-
tion @ the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Villa
Doyle, West and West Hill Streets. The exhibition is part
of the NAGB's Collector's Series. Call 328-5800 to
book tours. This exhibition closes August 31, 2005.

The Awakening Landscape: The Nassau Watercolours
of Gaspard Le Marchand Tupper, from the collection of
Orjan and Amanda Lindroth @ the National Art Gallery
of the Bahamas. The mid-nineteenth century paintings
that make up the exhibition are part of one of the ear-
liest suites of paintings of Nassau and its environs. Tup-


per was a British military officer stationed at Fort Char-
lotte in the 1850s. The works show a pre-modern
Bahamas through the decidely British medium of water-
colour. Call 328-5800 to book tours. This exhibition
closes August 31, 2005.

i Health *

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 Mon-
day every month, 6pm @ Doctors Hospital 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 syndrome and the most common
serious injuries and choking that can occur in adults,
infants and children; CPR and First Aid classes are
offered every third Saturday of the month from 9am-
1pm. Contact a Doctors Hospital Community Train-
ing Representative at 302-4732 for more information and
learn to save a life today.

REACH Resources & Education for Autism and
related Challenges meets from 7pm 9pm the second
Thursday of each month in the cafeteria of the BEC
building, Blue Hill Road.

Civic Clubs

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc will hold its 15th Inter-
national Regional Conference Public Luncheon to hon-
our Bahamian's in the areas of economics, health, fam-
ily life, education, arts & AKA Spirit. The event begins
at 12:30pm at Sunday, July 31 @ the Wyndham Nassau
Resort. Tickets are $45 and may be purchased at the
Poinciana Medical Centre, Poinciana Drive.

Toastmasters Club 1095 meets Tuesday, 7.30pm @ C C
Sweeting Senior School's Dining Room, college Avenue
off Moss Road. Club 9477 meets Friday, 7pm @
Bahamas Baptist Community College Rm A19, Jean St.
Club 3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm @ British Colonial
Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thursday, 8.30pm @ Super-
Clubs Breezes. Club 7178 meets Tuesday, 6pm @ The J
Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave. Club 2437 meets
every second, fourth and fifth Wednesday at the J Whit-
ney Pinder Building, Collins Ave at 6pm. Club 612315
meets Monday 6pm @ Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable
Beach. Club 753494 meets every Wednesday, 6pm-8pm
in the Solomon's Building, East-West Highway. Club
Cousteau 7343 meets every Tuesday night at 7.30 in
the Chickcharney Hotel, Fresh Creek, Central Andros.
All are welcome.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Eta Psi Omega chapter
meets every second Tuesday, 6.30pm @ the Eleuthera
Room in the Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable Beach.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity meets every first Tuesday,
7pm @ Gaylord's Restaurant, Dowdeswell St. Please call
502-4842/377-4589 for more info.

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

The Nassau, Bahamas Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
meets every third Monday of the month in the Board
Room of the British Colonial Hilton Hotel, Bay St.

Nassau Council 10415 Knights of Columbus meets the
second and fourth Wednesday of the month, 8pm @ St
Augustine's Monestary.

Nassau Bahamas Koinonia meets every second Friday
of each month, 7.30pm at Emmaus Centre at St
Augustine's Monestary. For more info call 325-1947
after 4pm.

International Association of Administrative Profes-
sionals, Bahamas Chapter meets the third Thursday of
every month @ Superclubs Breezes, Cable Beach, 6pm.

AMISTAD, a Spanish club meets the third Friday of the
month at COB's Tourism Training Centre at 7pm in
Room 144 during the academic year. The group pro-
motes the Spanish language and culture in the commu-
nity.


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Tropical shipping clears

out after bomb scare


FROM page one
conduct a clean sweep of the
warehouse; however, officers
did not arrive at the scene until
almost an hour later.
A manager at Tropical Ship-
ping, who spoke on the condi-
tion of anonymity, told The Tri-
bune yesterday that all employ-
ees, except those responsible
for off loading shipments com-
ing from Florida, were relieved
of their duties for the day.
As a result of the bomb scare,


SAT., JULY 30
6:30am Community Pg 1540AM
9:00am Bahamas @ Sunrise
10:00 Treasure Attic
11:00 Kids On The Move
12noon This Generation
12:30 Thousand Dollar Bee
1:00 Street Ball
2:00 Michael Jordan
Biography
3:00 New Providence
Women's Baksetball
Association: 2005
Championship Game
5:00 Cricket World
5:30 Gillette World Sports
6:00 Ballroom Boxing
6:30 News Night 13
7:00 Bahamas Tonight
7:30 Native Stew
8:00 Bahamian Things Special:
All Andros Regatta
8:30 Cinema, Cinema, Cinema
9:00 Sports Special: Guilty
Fight Night
11:00 The Bahamas Tonight
11:30 The Lounge
12:30 Community Pg 1540am
SUNDAY, JULY 31
6:30 Community Pg. 1540Am
9:00 E.M.P.A.C.T.
9:30. The Voice That Makes
The Difference
10:00 Effective Living
10:30 Morning Joy
11:00 Battle of The Chorales
12:00 Zion Baptist Church
1:00 Gillette World Sports
1:30 Sports Desk
2:00 In This Corner: Chris Byrd
2:30 A Rhema Moment
3:00 Every Increasing Faith
3:30 Ernest Angley Ministries
4:30 Morning Joy


the manager said "the dock
workers would probably be
here (at the shipyard) until lam
trying to secure all the cargo in
order for the ship to return to
Florida for the weekend".
Had there been a bomb at
the 15,000 square-foot ware-
house, the manager estimated
that more than $40 million in
merchandise would have been
lost.
The Tribune made several
unsuccessful attempts to con-
tact police for comment.


5:00 Walking In Victory
6:00 Caribbean News In
Review
7:00 The Bahamas Tonight
7:30 Kemp Road Ministries
8:00 Church of God Freeport
10:00 The Bahamrs Tonight
10:30 "Feel The Rush"
Junkanoo Parade -
Freeport
12m/n Community Pg. 1540AM
MON., AUGUST 1
6:30am Bahamas@Sunrise
11:00 Ballroom Boxing'
12noon ZNS News Update
12:03 Caribbean Today
12:05 The Best of Sports
Lifestyles
1:00 Health For The Nation
1:30 Gimme A Beat
2:00 CMJ Club Zone
2:30 Treasure Attic
3:00 David Pitts
3:30 Bishop Neil Ellis
4:00 Video Gospel
4:30 Gospel Grooves
4:58 ZNS News Update
5:00 Caribbean Newsline
5:30 Cybernet
6:00 One Cubed
6:25 Life Line
6:30 News Night 13
7:00 The Bahamas Tonight
8:00 You & Your Money
8:30 Storm Stories
9:00 Legends From Whence
We Came: Thomas
"Tommy" Robinson
10:00 Sports Lifestyles: Bo
Jackson
10:30 News Night 13
11:00 The Bahamas Tonight
11:30 Isaac Hayes 60th
Birthday Bash
12:30 Comm. Page 1540AM


* A bomb scare at Tropical Ship Yard led to the premises being evacuated and shut down
(Photos: Mario Duncanson/ Tribune Staff)


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Rosetta & Montgomery Sts.


Invitation for Bid


The U.S. Embassy is seeking professional
construction companies to submit bids/proposals
on the following construction projects:


1. Removal and provision of custom-made PGT
Windows Wingard Single Hung Windows and
Aluminum Jalousie Windows.
2. Renovations to include the enclosure of porches,
tiling and installation of PGT Windows
3. Construction of out-door garbage housing unit
4. Provision and installation of electronic gate
operators
5. Construction of car wash facility
6. Interior and exterior painting of residence
7. Construction of Staff Caf6, and walk-ways
8. Installation of galvanized chain-linked fencing
9. Removal and replacement of air-conditioning
ducts throughout residence
10. Provision and installation of aluminum rails and
gate around swimming pool.


A full Solicitation Package may be picked up from
the Lobby of the Embassy, located at 42 Queen Street
during the period of Tuesday, August 02 Tuesday,

August 09, 2005 between the hours of 9:00 am and
4:00 pm weekdays.


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NASSAU EVENTS CAPTURED ON CAMERA


Bally Boutique reception


* AT the opening reception for the boutique (1-r) were: Gordette Farrington, buyer ACTING Magistrate Renae McKay
for Solomon's Mines; Mark Finlayson, vice-chairman Solomon's Mines; Faye chatting with metal sculpture artist
Williams, manager of the new Bally Boutique on Bay Street; Najah Finlayson. Tyrone Ferguson.


* PAULA Robinson (left), owner of Fingertips Beauty Salon
with deputy managing editor of The Tribune, Erica Wells and
Jerome Sawyer, news editor of Island FM 102.9 and Cable 12.


Remembering John R Mo


* MARYANN Crothers-Claridge (left) is pictured with attorney
Lori Roberts-Lowe of the law firm of E Dawson Roberts and
Company. The Crothers brothers Joseph, James and Frank
were responsible for the building of the Nassau Beach Hotel in
the 50s.


* FRANK J Crothers (far left), owner of Atlantic Equipment; Diane Cole-Morley (second from left),
owner of Coles of Nassau; Attorney/Senate president Sharon Wilson; businessman and developer
Franklyn R Wilson (far right) at a reception celebrating the life of John R Morley.


* BUSINESSMAN, realtor and developer Lester E Smith
(left) and his partner, Captain Geoffrey G Brown.


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* RETIRED businessman George Moore and Ruth Cleare enjoy the reception
which was held at Ryswick the home of Diane Cole-Morley on Eastern Road.


* PETER McPherson Christie (left), owner of Christie Real
Estate; Loretta Bulter Turner, deputy chairman of the FNM
and funeral director of Butler's Funeral Home; realtor John
McPherson Christie.


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MARKET REVIEW


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


Amsterdam 395.77
Bangkok 675.67
Bombay 7635.42
Brussels 3228.01
BuenosA 1507.59
Caracas 20561.79
Frankfurt DAX 4886.50
FTSE 100 528230
Hong Kong Idx 14880.98
Turkey Natl 100 29615.29
Jakarta 118230
CAC-40 4451.74
Kuala Lumpur 937.39
IBEX 35 10115.60
Madrid 1092.02
Manila 2000.25
Mexico 14409.66
Nikkei 225 Index 11899.60
Seoul 1111.29
Singapore 2352.56
SaoPaulo 26042.36
Sydney 4346.70
Taipei 6311.98
Toronto 10422.93
Zurich 6600.88
ChilelnterlO 125.68
NewZealand 3359.27
Milan 25772.00
Johannesburg 15143.64
Athens 3271.78
Stockholm 863.84
Topix 1204.98
Zurich SPI 5025.01
ShanghaiB 58.68


394.97
670.09
7601.02
3232.77
1511.16
20484.65
4892.50
5270.30
1481332
29343.03
1186.61
4462.26
934.38
10128.80
1094.17
1999.82
14256.84
11858.31
1104.72
2346.19
26068.37
4329.10
6375.64
10516.23
6612.37
126.49
3356.92
25818.00
1521956
3306.71
863.80
1201.72
5029.87
58.54


396.96
741.55
7601.02
3232.77
1600.32
31177.41
4892.50
5283.90
14899.71
29343.03
1186.61
4462.26
939.84
10128.80
1094.17
2166.10
14256.84
11975.46
1104.72
2346.19
29455.42
4347.60
6423.81
10516.23
6612.37
126.49
3357.96
25818.00
15219.56
3307.56
863.80
1203.26
5029.87
95.37


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.


N D J F M


Intrawre.
Intuit
IntSurg
InvFnSv
Invitrogn
IronMtn
Itron
IvaxCp s
Ixia


WHA TE .S.MAKES ID


Latin American Stocks


CCFemsa .30e
Empica *
GCSaba .41e
GElektra If .40e
GMaseca .45e
GpoRadio *
GpoSimec "
GTelevsa 2.49e
TelMexL s .65e
Vitro .08e
Cervecer .77e
EEIChile .21e
Enersis .04e
Madeco *
SocQ&M 1.82e
VinaConc 1.09e
Metrogas *
TlcmArg
YPF Soc 4.29e
Aracruz 2.05e
TelBrasH 2.17r


Traded in New York
268,400 28.62 28.41
189,200 2.61 2.52


9,000
1,700
500
94,900
335,400
1,716,000
28,900
90,300
73,600
586,200
16,900
30,300
4,000
300
108,200
1,800
215,200
57,800


31.00 30.25
9.67 9.44
7.25 7.15
5.19 4.99
66.70 65.39
19.68 19.27
2.60 2.50
28.30 27.40
26.82 25.73
10.70 10.43
10.90 10.60
125.19 121.01
97.99 93.75
4.75 4.75
12.65 12.30
56.30 54.81
38.18 37.20
30.04 29.62


28.51 +.36
2.52 -.05
15.87 *
30.60 -.40
9.54 +.22
7.25
5.11 +:12
65.97 -.36
19.27 -.42
2.59 +.06
u28.01+.71
u26.00-.40
10.46 -.03
10.90 +.40
ul22.00-1.25
u95.00+1.25
4.75 +.10
12.60 +.40
56.30 +.40
37.21 -.59
29.64 +.35


N.Y. Comex
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 429.90 +2.50
Silver Market Price 7.238 +0.060
Handy & Harman
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 429.00 +2.60
Silver Market Price 7.245 +0.075"
London Afternoon
Close Chg.
Gold 429.00 +1.55
Silver 7.190 +0.110


U.S. MARKE-TS----

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


Vol. High Low Close Chg.


ABB Ltd 2160 6.89 6.81 6.81 -.09
ABXAirn 1165 9.06 8.67 9.00 +.30
ACELtd 1042 46.90 46.19 46.21 -.49
ACMMD 22 8.08 8.00 8.08 +.04
ACM MI 43 3.70 3.67 3.68 -.02
ADC Tel rs 1442 26.27 25.85 26.14 +.27
AES Cp 1170 16.15 15.93 -16.05 -.;06
AFLAC 1231 45.63 45.03 45.10 -.48
AGCO 757 20.69 20.31 20.69 +.08
AK Steel 1683 9.44 9.20 9.22 -.10
AMR 3593 14.07 13.75 14.05 +.22
ASML HId 1387 17.79 17.50 17.60 -.15
AT&T 3945 20.04 19.75 19.80 -.19
ATI Tech 1694 12.68 12.49 12.58 +.02
ATMI Inc 768 32.10 31.27 31.83 -.25
AU Optron 2694 16.03 15.81 15.86 -.31
Aastrom 15120 3.38 3.18 3.19 +.16
AbtLab 3541 47.08 46.55 46.63 -.19
AberFitc 1169 72.48 71.80 72.05 +.20
Abgenix 1853 10.56 10.29 10.37 -.12
ACcenture 3467 25.07 24.82 25.04 +.03
Activisn s 6936 20.68 18.72 20.35 +1.38
Adaptec 1446 4.18 3.76 3.85 -.43
AdobeSy s 4271 30.40 29.54 29.64 -.47
Adtran 823 27.72 26.50 26.76 -.53
AdvEnld 818 9.66 9.06 9.58 +.53
AMD 3862 20.36 20.05 20.08 -.19
AdvNeuro 1044 50.60 47.01 5.0 04 +1.64
Aeropstl 1678 31.01 29.63 29.85 -.89
Aetna s 2920 78.87 77.20 77.40 -1.00
AffCmpS 1059 50.53 49.67 49.97 -.12
Affymet 1193 47.85 46.58 46.69 -.28
Agerers 2263 11.29 11.10 11.19 +.02
Agilent 944 26.48 26.13 26.24 -.18
AirProd 1036 60.59 59.65 59.76 -.59
Airgas 1256 29.81 28.70 29.50 +.80
AirTran 971 11.49 11.25 11.44 +.10
AkamaiT 1814 15.57 15.00 15.27 +.08
AlskAir 509 35.00 34.26 34.98 +.62
AlaskCom 1211 11.07 9.78 9.87 -.83
AlbertoCul 1058 45.25 44.20 45.12 -1.03
Albertsn 2097 21.42 21.26 21.31 -.04
Alcan 1504 34.07 33.71 33.78 -.20
Alcatel 1744 12.38 12.16 12.20 -.06
Alcoa 3431 28.61 28.03 28.05 -.52
Alcon *911 117.61 113.50 114.55 -3.00
AllgEngy 1336 29.22 27.60 28.50 +.86
AllegTch 2248 29.49 28.70 29.07 +.37
Allergan 850 89.61 88.59 89.37 -.54
AlliData 957 43.62 42.39 42.57 -.95
AldWaste 2286 8.88 8.53 8.58 -.08
AlIscripts 785 17.20 16.75 16.97 -.11
Allstate 1984 62.14 61.24 61.24 61.26 -.60
Alltel 8298 66.58 65.44 66.50 +1.00
AlonUSA n 1194 17.81 17.16 17.75 +.50
AlphaNRsn 1144 30.33 27.59 28.00 +.45
AltairNano 1208 3.17 2.98 3.03 -.07
AlteraCp 3859 22.15 21.83 21.87 -.23
Altria 5587 68.26 66.96 66.96 -.15
Amazon 10395 45.75 44.61 45.15 -.53
Amdocs 1291 29.82 29.32 29.69 +.34
AmerUs 997 52.37 51.47 51.58 +1.57
AmHess 952 120.98 117.86 117.86 -1.72
Amerigrp s 997 35.13 32.50 34.65 -.52
AMovilLs 6066 22.39 21.41 22.26 +1.26
AmAxle 802 28.05 27.19 27.55 -.29
AEagleOs 1731 33.50 32.70 32.95 -.53
AEP 3591 39.30 38.65 38.70 +.19
AmExp 4234 55.61 54.98 55.00 -.47
AFncIRT 2651 14.81 14.35 14.40 -.37
AmlntGp If 5585 60.85 60.15 60.20 -.53
AmPharm 1441 47.15 42.85 45.39 -.16
APwCnv 1297 28.40 27.50 28.11 +.19
AmTower 2259 23.25 22.71 22.98 -.12
AWtrStar 918 .33 .25 .30 +.03
Ameritrade 1322 19.74 19.43 19.53 -.16
Amgen 8516 81.14 79.75 79.77 -1.23
AmkorT 5345 4.75 4.40 4.66 -.09
AmSouth 947 28.15 27.90 27.91 -.21
Amylin 2376 18.95 18.50 18.66 +.12
Anadrk 1331 89.85 88.35 88.35 -.65
AnalogDev 3293 39.80 39.03 39.20 -.72
Andrew 5673 11.67 10.94 10.99 -.31
AndrxGp 6292 19.25 17.90 18.55 -2.29
Anheusr 2879 44.73 44.29 44.35 -.42
Annaly 2058 16.04 15.80 15.95 -.10
Aon Corp 749 25.63 25.38 25.44 +.02
Apache 2555 70.10 68.15 68.40 -1.54
ApolloG 1104 76.12 74.93 75.15 -.79
AppleCs 19742 44.38 42.26 42.65 -1.15
ApplBio- 1253 21.30 20.82 20.82 -.42
ApIdMatl 23105 18.54 18.13 -18.48 +g2 0
AMCC 6752 3.03 2.84 3.01 +.14
Aquila 1109 3.74 3.65 3.72 -.01
ArchCoal 1038 58.25 56.85 56.92 -.99
ArchDan 4898 23.90 22.75 22.94 +.59
ArchstnSm 1020 42.70 42.25 42.50 -.21
Ariba Inc 1124 6.36 5.88 6.18 +.28
Arris 3735 11.50 10.94 11.04 +.11
ArtTech 2571 1.11 1.03 1.06 -.15
Ashland n 713 62.01 61.30 61.45 -.13
AspectCm 4539 11.45 11.35 11.43 +.07
Assurant 1158 37.96 36.95 36.95 -1.05
AstraZen 2756 45.57 45.25 45.44 +1.30
AtRoad 1425 3.43 3.21 3.25 +.15
Atmel 7423 2.36 2.25 2.34 +.05
ATMOS 207 29.46 29.16 29.16 -.34
Audible .. --- 1058 18.56 17.08 -17.99 +.99
AudCodes 1247 9.30 8.95 9.09 +.02
AutoNatn 895 21.91 21.49 21.59 -.29
Autodsk s 1697 34.75 34.02 34.19 -.46
AutoData 1604 44.91 44.41 44.41 -.46
Avanex 725 .98 .95 .96 *
Avaya 4162 10.55 10.25 10.33, -.22
Avnet 1218 26.42 26.04 26.18 -.18
AvoctCp 720 35.07 34.77 34.86 -.19
Avon 3055 33.04 32.67 32.71 -.17

BB&TCp 1155 42.60 41.74 41.82 -.59
BE Aero 1057 17.60 17.05 17.53 +.15
BEA Sys 6673 9.39 8.96 9.07 -.28
BHPBilILt 1235 29.98 29.59 29.62 +.17
BJ Svcs 1688 62.05 60.99 60.99 -.07
BMC Sft 1057 19.35 18.89 19.09
BP PLC 3709 66.99 65.88 65.88 -.67
BT Grp 130 40.53 40.30 40.50 -.07
BakrHu 2368 58.23 56.42 56.54 -.79
BkofAms 13051 44.20 43.60 43.60 -.41
BkHawaii 800 52.40 51.32 51.35 -1.12
BkNY 2681 31.18 30.58 30.78 -.34
BarrPhm 733 48.02 47.30 47.42 -.34
BarrickG 1391 24.81 24.49 24.50 +.14
Baxter 955 39.82 39.27 39.27 -.54
ReaconP 1440 1.48 1.34 1.45 +.10
Bearst 1050 103.99 101.92 102.11 -1.82
BearingP If 1081 8.26 8.16 8.21 -.05
BeazrHms 1488 67.14 65.25 65.44 -1.47
BectDck 999 55.48 55.10 55.37 -.28
BedBats 2342 46.99 45.77 45.90 -.94
BellSouth 3807 271.78 27.49 27.60 -.11
Buemaold 1836 2.24 2.16 2.17 -.04
Bemis 753 21.17 26,50 27.00 -.19
BestBuy 2845 78.60 76.50 76.60 -1.87
Beverly 1003 2,73 12.55 1269 +.05
BindView 96 2.81 2.57 2.73 +,09
Biogenldc 2805 39,95 39.21 39.29 .61
Biomet 1996 38.25 37.50 38.13 +.17
BlackBx 773 45.94 42.80 43.80 +5.96
Blockbstr 1007 8.76 8.56 8,.67 -.04
Boeing 3557 66.82 66.01 66.01 +.01
BostonSci 2181 29.15 28.65 28.95 +.17
Bowatr 1217 34.25 33.47 33.81 -.12
Brinker 324 41.14 40.70 40.90 -.05
BrMySq 5763 25.25 24.97 24.98 -.19
BroadVis 949 .86 .83 .86 +.02
Brdcom 5129 43.20 42.32 42.77 +.10
Broadwing 2186 5.44 4.75 5.00 -.44
BrcdeCm If 3365 4.51 4.38 4.48 +.04
BungeLt 1242 61.48 59.90 61.39 +1.89
BurlNSF 3008 54.72 53.80 54.25 +.18
BurlRsc 2472 64.69 64.01 64.11 -.14


CANTV 805 17.50 16.59 16.69 -.29
CDC Cp A 727 3.11 3.01 3.03 +.01


Vol. High Low Close Chg.

CH Robn 870 62.86 61.60 62.57 +.06
CIT Gp 1310 44.80 43.89 44.14 -.70
CKE Rst 818 12.98 12.75 '12.96 +.19
CMGI 2838 .1.94 1.90 1.90 -.04
CMS Eng 945 16.00 15.71 15.84 +.06
CNET 2787 12.88 12.33 12.80 +.42
CP Ship g 846 17.96 17.73 17.79 +.87
CSX 2499 45.88 45.11 45.54 +.29
CVSCps -4858- 31.21 31.00 31.03 +.26
Cabelas 1363 23.09 21.06 22.04 +.02
CablvsnNY 1264 31.08 30.78 30.97 -.02
Cadence 3856 16.15 15.62 16.09 +.38
CalIGolf 730 15.12 14.94 14.99 -.13
Calpine 3723 3.38 3.32 3.32 -.02
Camecogs 1700 48.86 46.25 46.95 -2.02
CdnNRsgs 836 41.89 41.33 41.58 +.94
CapOne 905 83.43 82.36 82.50 -1.09
Capitl5rce 5755 20.65 19.04 19.58 -2.78
CardnlHIth 2675 59.86 58.71 59.58 +.56
CareerEd 1330 39.00 38.31 38.79 -.17
CaremkRx 1518 44.86 44.40 44.58 -.02
CarMax 976 29.92 29.16 29.22 -.76
Carnival 1910 53.20 52.39 52.40 -1.02
CarrAmR 793 39.15 38.77 38.84 -.57
Catellus 776 36.34 35.80 36.06 +.16
Caterpil s 5405 54.34 53.35 53.91 -.54
CeleraGn 333 12.65 12.29 12.34 -.24
Celestic g 2072 11.65 11.27 11.65 +.39.
Celgenes -1427- 4850- -4T.3-3 47.85 -.39
Cemex 1115 47.46 46.80 47.16 +.24
Cendant 2244 21.61 21.32 21.36 -.21
CenterPnt 1196 13.94 13.64 13.74 -.08
Centex 1986 76.00 73.87 73.98 -1.91
CntryTel 979 34.50 34.20 34.37 -.13
Cephin 1180 42.69 41.72 41.90 -.85
Ceradynes 1016 32.39 31.22 31.87 +.68
Ceridian 741 21.02 20.48 20.93 -.40
ChRvLab 1495 49.51' 48.29 48.70 -1.41
ChartCm 4720 1.37 1.31 1.35 +.02
ChkPoint 1615 23.00 22.50 22.53 -.24
Chemtura 2048 15.76 15.48 15.74 +.36
ChesEng 6221 26.62 26.01 26.11 +.23
Chevron s 8732 59.67 57.89 58.01 -.93
Chicoss 1185 40.39 39.72 40.11 +.06
Chiron 1035 36.74 36.08 36.23 -.26
Chubb 755 90.02 88.80 88.82 -1.03
CienaCp 4527 2.34 2.24 2.24 -.06
CinciBell 1306 4.59 4:39 4.54 -.06
CircCity 964 18.40 18.21 18.25 -.21
Cisco 37460 19.40 19.11 19.15 -.15
Citigrp 18938 44.50 43.50 43.50 -.36
Cit2Comm 1539 13.34 13.11 13.14 -.19
CitrixSy 2238 23.89 23.45 23.83 +.21
ClearChan 1180 33.15 32.61 32.64 -.36
ClevClfs 728 73.73 71.37 72.71 +.17
Clorox 836 55.97 55.45 55.85 +.26
Coach s 1893 35.58 34.79 35.11 -.50
CocaCI 4935 44.42 43.76 43.76 -.63
CocaCE 2794 23.92 23.48 23.50 -.10
Coeur 1697 3.59 3.51 3.55 +.03
Cogent n 880 30.17 29.54 30.07 +.46
CogTech 3225 49.48 48.25 49.08 +1.93
Cognosg 1187 40.38 39.04 39.12 -.33
Coherent 884 34.48 31.79 34.04 -3.51
Coinstar 1242 20.62 19.80 20.58 -1.77
ColgPal 2150 53.48 52.90 52.94 -.36
ColumLab 274 3.75 3.45 3.56 -.11
ColSprtw 1441 51.86 48.18 50.84 +3.97
Comcast 8330 31.27 30.70 30.73 -.55
Comc sp 3045 30.41 29.96 30.00 -.39
Comerica 1121 62.16 60.92 61.10 -1.01
CmcBNJ s 1413 34.15 33.87 33.93 -.12
ComScop 882 18.26 16.87 16.89 -1.37
CmtyHIt 3573 38.93 36.67 38.61 +3.38
CVRDs 2174 33.07 32.25 32.56 -.13
CVRD pf s 1173 28.70 27.81 27.85 -.45
CoinpAs 4178 27.55 27.25 27.45 +.20
CompSci 784 46.79 45.76 45.78 -.19
Compuwre 3514 8.50 8.34 8.43 -.01
Comvers 1312 25.44 24.95 25.29 -.03
ConAgra 1880 22.98 22.67 22.71 -.16
Conexant 7089 1.96 1.86 1.91 -.05
ConocPhils 4776 63.84 62.40 62.59 -.76
ConstellAs 1161 27.99 27.40 27.40 -.56
ConstellEn 838 61.14 60.20 60.21 -.37
CtlAir B 1230 15.98 15.80 15.81 -.06
Cooperlnds 393 65.94 64.57 64.58 -.56
CooperTire 855 20.74 19.95 20.12 -.51
Corning 10388 19.12 18.63 19.05 +.30
Costco 2035 46.50 45.76 45.97 -.56
CntwdFn s 3788 36.27 35.72 36.00 -.27
CovadCm n 1590 1.36 1.22 1.35 +.06
Coventry _-1267-70,75 -6931 -70:73- -
Craylnc 826 1.26 1.21 1.22 -.03
CredSys 1465 11.27 10.82 10.89 -.05
Cree Inc 866 29.80 29.01 29.65 +.14
CresRE 1025 19.64 19.50 19.52 +.03
CrwnCstle 848 22.17 21.62 21.76 -.40
CrownHold 1052 16.05 15.72 15.79 +.11
Crystallx g 1011 2.90 2.70 2.76 -.10
CumMed 1024 12.64 12.31 12.62 +.17
CuronMed 1277 .43 .38 .40 -.01
Cyberonic 1143 39.20 37.76 38.62 -.71
CypSem 2725 14.45 14.10 14.36 -.01
Cytogen 47 4.98 4.87 4.90 -.07
Cytyc 826 25.25 24.73 24.96 -.42

DHB Inds 2809 8.20 7.49 7.61 -1.05
djOrtho 881 25.50 23.70 24.53 -1.26
DJIA Diam 5411 107.16 106.39 106.63 -.44
DR Hortns 1711 42.23 41.00 41.08 -1.00
DRDGOLD 1910 .99 .92 .96 +.02
DSTSys 800 51.33 50.70 50.76 -.20
DTE 1062 47.60 46.97 47.00 -.75
DaimlrC 886 48.97 48.32 48.42 +.16
DanaCp 738 16.14 15.71 15.71 -.39
Danaher 1063 56.45 55.42 55.45 -.88
Darden 953 34.85 34.25 34.70 +.19
DaVita 825 47.50 46.87 47.24 +.28
DeanFds 781 36.30 35.59 35.70 -.55
Deere 1676 73.98 73.00 73.53 +.11
DelMnte 877 11.29 11.14 11.24 +.05
Delllnc 10562 40.95 40.42 40.47 -.49
Delphi 3066 5.39 5.08 5.30 +.11
. DeltaAir 3745 2.99 2.87 2.96 +.11
Deluxe 1366 43.01 39.00 40.00 -2.90
Dndreon 778 5.91 5.62 5.88 +.16
Dendrite 1136 18.08 15.89 17.30+2.18
Dennys n 2767 5.85 5.35 5.62 -.24
Depomed 1164 -5.39 4.91 5.19 +.04
DevonEs 2364 56.82 56.04 56.09 +.08
DiaOffs 1765 58.35 57.00 57.06 -.76
DigRiver 1595 40.58 39.61 39.98 -.38
DirecTV 1189 15.68 15.40 15.40 -.27
DiscHIdA n 2237 14.32 13.99 14.27 +.02
Disney 3539 25.98 25.63 25.64 -.31
DistEnSy 902 7.14 6.85 6.89 -.16
DitechCo 1082 8.23 7.85 8.09 +.25
DobsonCm 2912 7.37 7.01 7.05 -.03
DolbyLab n 1429 19.11 18.01 19.03 -.77
DollarG 1986 20.35 20.22 20.32
DllrTree 924 25.16 24.90 24.99
DomRes 944 74.68 73.86 73.86 -.59
DmRsBW 13 44.00 43.16 43.25 +.10
DoralFin 1319 15.96 15.41 15.43 -.29
Dover 1225 41.72 40.80 41.26 -.61
DowChm 3412 48.54 47.75 47.95 -.48
drugstre 981 3.81 3.40 3.49 -.70
DuPont 7837 43.00 42.33 42.68 +.75
DukeEgy 2903 29.63 29.31 29.54 +.15
DuqLight 767 19.40 19.23 19.40 +.12
DuraAto 819 5.95 4.75 4.76 -.80
Dynegy 2032 5.63 5.50 5.56 -.07

ETrade 2349 16.00 15.49 15.51 -.41
eBay s 13892 42.68 41.67 41.78 -.24
EMCCp 12956 13.87 13.66 13.69 -.26
EOGRess 1904 61.40 60.72 61.10 +.25
ev3 Inc n 793 20.14 18.07 19.34 +1.34
EagleBbnd 2082 .20 .19 .20 *
ErthLink 961 9.67 9.43 9.53 +.02
EastChm 1355 57.15 55.05 55.39 -2.42
EKodak 2477 26.93 26.42 26.74 -.07
EchoStar 1702 28.92 28.60 28.72 -.07
Ecolab 1210 34.14 33.57 33.58 -.25
EdisonInt 720 40.99 40.67 40.88 +.05
ElPasoCp 1967 12.07 11.90 12.00 +.10


NYSE
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Today day
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Declined 481 324
Unchanged 107 89
New Highs 112 131
New Lows 13 9
Adv. volume 573,470 1,435,202
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Declined 1618 1108 Declined 481 324
Unchanged .178 163 Unchanged 107 89
New Highs 225 225 New Highs 112 131
New Lows 16 20 New Lows 13 9
Ady. volume 503,813 1,022,721 Adev.volume 53,044 194,156
Decl.volume 1,050,575 660,607 DecL volume 199,887 55,021
Ttl.voL (000) 1,588,509 1,711,353 Tt. vl.(000) 261917 257,842


Most Widely Held U.S. Stocks
Performance of the 15 issues with the most shareholders:
Stock Div. PE Sales High Low Close Chg.
VerizonCm 1.62 11.0 85444 34.55 34.20 34.23 -.43
BellSouth L16f 12.0 38073 27.78 27.49 27.60 -.11
Exxon 1.16 13.0 175128 60.17 58.75 58.75 -1.25
GM 2.00 41125 37.57 36.80 36.82 -.70
General Electric .88 20.0 195616 34.92 34.44 34.50 -.38
IBM .80 70.0 42189 83.95 83.22 83.46 -.34
SBC Communications 1.29 17.0 118687 24.72 24.45 24.45 -.28



DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE
Daily closes for the past year.
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Vol. High Low Close Chg.
Elan .499....2.53--7.32.-7.48- -.02
"EleflArs- 2669 58.57 57.47 57.60 -.85
EDS 10488 21.20 20.46 20.57 +.82
EmrsnEl 1091 66.61 65.69 65.80 -.95
EmmisC 1045 20.61 20.06 20.53 +.47
EnCanas 2063 43.00 41.18 41.35 -1.04
EgyEast 1060 27.87 27.53 27.87 -.02
Enesco 1104 2.90 2.70 2.74 -.24
ENSCO 2641 41.00 40.09 40.38 +.15
Enterasys h 728 1.11 1.08 1.10 *
Entergy 824 78.50 77.82 77.94 -.06
Entrust 1922 6.00 5.65 6.00 +.29
Equifax 906 36.58 36.30 36.40 -.09
EqOffPT 1632 .35.68 35.22 35.45 -.05
EqtyRsd 1297 40.56 40.23 40.40 -.10
EncsnTI 1318 34.68 34.22 34.36 -.48
EsteeLdr, 980 39.47 39.03 39.14 -.21
EthanAI .911 33.75 32.95 33.00 -.77
Exelon 1699 54.08 53.36 53.52 -.12
IExpScripts 1097 52.52 51.59 -52.30 +.18
ExtndSys 1149 5.00 4.00 4.37 +.93
ExtNetw 854 4.85 4.74 4.78 +.03
ExxonMbI 17512 60.17 58.75 58.75 -1.25
Eyetech 1675 11.78 11.33 11.37 -.26

FPL Gps 1101 43.24 42.91 43.12 -.04
FTI Cnst 4200 24.21 23.99 24.10 +.06
FairchldS 1554 16.86 16.58 16.86 -.11
FannieM If 4294 57.27 55.81 55.86 -1.44
Fastenal 880 66.12 64.23 65.64 +1.82
FedExCp 1219 85.64 84.09 84.09 -1.43
FedrDS 1661 76.74 75.73 75.87 -.37
FidlNFns 1049 39.98 39.33 39.40
FifthThird 2229 43.45 42.99 43.10 -.13
Finisar 1491 1.11 1.06 1.09 *
FirstData 2312 41.40 41.02 41.14 -.24
FirstEngy 1201 50.14 49.66 49.78 -.22Z
Fiserv-- 111 4460"" 4 4:22" 44.37 '-.09
Flextrn 3128 13.84 13.51 13.54 -.13
FootLockr 2290 25.65 24.96 25.00 -.42
FordM 8304 10.90 10.66 10.74 -.06
ForestLab 1258 40.44 39.81 39.92 -.36
Forward 1393 26.89 24.70 26.75 +1.95
Foundry 4338 11.92 11.19 11.84 +.51
FoxHollw n 785 53.32 50.90 51.29 -2.41
FrankRes 935 82.18 80.73 80.82 -.91
FredMac 1983 64.76 63.17 63.28 -1.48
FMCG 2271 40.40 39.75 40.28 +.27
Freescale 1172 25.92 25.30 25.52 -.38
FreescBn 1106 26.16 25.55 25.75 -.37
FriedBR 875 14.30 13.83 14.06 -.16
FuelCell 1047 10.34 9.90 9.90 -.31
FujiPh 121 31.64 31.18 31.18 -.40
FullerHB 114 35.35 34.53 34.53 -.54
FurnBrds 1080 19.44 48.93 19.16 ; -.13

G-Ill 5 11.76 11.20 11.37'+.57,
Gallaghr 788 27.93' 27.60'"27.89 +.22'
Gannett ,:.t60 73.89 72.91 72.96 -1.02
Gap 2366 21.47 21.10 21.11 -.40
Gateway 2166 4.11 3.98 3.98 -.09
Gemstar 3359 3.16 3.02 3.08 -.04
Genentch 2314 89.83 88.75 89.30 +.37
GenDyn 910 115.78 114.67 115..19 -.82
GenElec 19561 34.92 34.44 34.50 -.38
GnGrthPrp 749 46.50 45.94 45.98 -.27
GnMarit 1324 39.75 37.85 38.99 +1.25
GenMills 1352 47.68 47.15 47.40 -.14
GnMotr 4112 37.57 36.80 36.82 -.70
GenesMcr 828 24.85 24.19 24.84 +.09
Genlyte s 123 52.31 50.80 51.38 -.56
Genworth 2714 32.65 31.28 31.36 -1.09
Genzyme 4304 75.09 74.13 74.41 -.79
GaGulf 1697 33.63 31.36' 31.73 -2.72
GaPacif 1239 34.73 34.14 34.15 -.25
Gerdau s 781 10.53 10.25 10.39 +.07
GeronCp 4714 11.20 10.54 10.95 +.74
GevityHR 734 22.51 21.11 22.05 -.20
GigaTr 1060 6.00 5.26 5.45 -.05
GileadSci s 2841 45.58 44.55 44.81 -.35
Gillette 1970 53.94 53.61 53.67 -.19
GlaxoSKIn 891 47.95 47.34 47.44 -.21
Glbl ePnt 2679 7.44 6.75 7.21 +.22
GlobalSFe 1578 45.95 44.98 44.99 -.31
GoldFLtd 924 10.98 10.76 10.79 +.06
Goldcrp g 2000 16.28 16.06 16.26 +.25
GoldWFs 1084 65.85 64.95 65.12 -.58
GoldmanS 2081 109.50 107.44 107.48 -2.19
GolfGalxy n 3222 19.27 17.00 18.61 *
Goodrich 969 44.88 44.10 44.24 +.58
Goodyear 2021 17.82 17.31 17.41 -.33
Google n 8269 292.84 286.99 287.76 -5.74
GrantPrde 1016 32.78 32.04 32.10 -.15
GrWlfRes n 1198 13.73 13.44 13.59 -.06
GreyWolf 3381 7.75 7.63 7.67 +.07
Guess 739 23.56 21.86 23.40 +.84
Guidant 1981 69.15 68.50 68.80 -.07
GuilfrdPh 1099 3.55 3.49 3.52 +.02


49.12 49.25.-.16.
27.66.17.72 "+.11
55.76 56.05 -.21
6.80 6.90 +.08
6.98 7.79 +.80
14.15 14.54, +.29
.46 .48 +.02
53.12 53.19 -.66
5.27 5.33 -.04
78.31 78.74 .31
35.72 37.07 +.76
80.15 80.57 +.05
26.82 26.93 +.12
23.78 23.80 -.43
7.97 8.00 *
4.15 4.15 +.03
36.77 36.78 -.53
24.32 24.62 +.13
24.59 24.75 -.35
43.25 43.51 -.36
2.51 2.60 -.18
38.69 39.28 +.29
37.40 38.25 +.56
18.51 18.65 -.08
16.47 17.04 -1.00
11.75 11.83 *
14.50 14.65 -.07
39.25 39.85 +.39
19.47 19.63 -.27


22.25 19.28 21.43 +8.43
27.10 26.55 26.70 -.31
26.65 25.50 26.41 +.87
25.43 24.72 25.21 -.08
64.55 60.16 63.46 -1.83
27.54 27.22 27.23 -.26
3.85 3.70 3.73 -.08
25.80 2532 25,37 -.01
10.31 10.23 10.25 -.07
7.45 7.39 7.44 +.03
77.41 77.01 77.10 -.05
93.80 92.85 93.11 -.93
80.80 80.73 80.75 -.05
54.22 53.90 53.96 -.26
69.27 68.62 68.70 -.51
67.56 66.98 67.10 -.37
68.66 67.87 68.18 -.26
69.95 69.15 69.60
68.26 67.44 67.89 -.07
68.10 67.66 67.80 -.15
52.16 50.85 51.25 -.85
108.35 103.80 106.40 +4.65
86.49 85.61 85.65 -.73
35.01 34.52 34.70 -.30
27.99 26.00 27.47 +1.30
7.19 7.00 7.00 -.24
73.68 70.90 72.42 +1.01
41.46 40.97 40.98 -.24
8.13 7.86 7.97 -.08
45.60 42.70 43.61 -1.35
24.25 23.96 24.14 +.19
10.74 10.30 10.57 -.09
78.68 77.92 78.17 -.38
18.90 17.98 18.64 +2.28
7.32 6.92 7.24 +.28
11.75 11.20 11.57 +.37
11.59 11.29 11.56 +.11
27.34 27.14 27.14 -.201
.50 .48 .49 -.01
83.95 83.22 83.46 -.341
27.95 27.36 27.36 -.431
31.96 31.18 31.60 +.59
49.45 45.81 47.05 -7.98
12.63 12.45 12.50 -.06
19.59 19.30 19.37 -.12
9.27 7.60 7.95 -3.15
20.90 20.33 20.81 +.56


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-HCC- s-- 1267
Hallibtn 5629
HancFab 77
HangrOrth 757
Hanover 2093
Harken 901
HarleyD 1103
Harmonic 722
HarrahE 1127
Harris s 1259
HartfdFn 1905
HawaiiEl 238
HItMgt 2626
itcrAcq un 906
HeclaM 775
Heinz 880
HewlettP 9184
Hilton 1457
HomeDp 5671
HomeStore 970
HonwIllhtl 5280
Hospira 766
HostMarr 795
HotTopic 5036
HudsCity s 2320
HumGen 1408
Humana 1346
HuntJB s 2681


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A M J J

Vol. High Low Close Chg.
-"72r- .38"".32 .33 -.02
1343 48.38 47.76 48.00 +.03
6939 69.51 65.50 69.40 -3.04
903 35.00 34.34 34.42 -.16
1552 88.00 83.90 85.77 -2.50
1100 35.45 34.23 34.29 -.56
757 50.88 47.51 48.45 -3.05
7259, 25.55 25.25 25.48 +.05
953 20.00 19.48 19.74 +.14


JDS Uniph 30877 1.54 1.51 1.51 -.01
JPMorgCh 8402 35.45 35.11 35.14 -.32
Jabil 778. 31.74 31.11 31.19 -.31
JanusCap 1361 15.37 14.98 15.02 -.25
JetBlue 1327 21.15 20.57 21.00 +.26
JJillGr 1265 17.05 16.12 16.31 +2.16
JohnJn 6125 64.78 63.94 63.96 -.77
JonesApp 1044 30.89 30.42 30.57 -.52
JoyGIbIs 1504 41.62 39.50 41.07 +1.37
JnprNtw 4978 24.30 23.99 23.99 +.02

KB Homes 1834 83.51 81.47 81.91 -1.95
KLA Tnc 10380 52.08 49.46 51.70+2.52
Kellogg 978 45.94 45.25 45.31 -.56
KemetCp 1260 8.44 8.27 8.38 +.13
KenCole 1494 30.34 28.89 29.77 -4.07
KerrMcG 1253 81.25 80.18 80.21 -.22
Keycorp 1364 34.78 34.12 34.24 -.597
KimbClk 1171 64.22 63.53 63.76 -.21
KindredH 911 38.96 36.30 36.74 -2.46
KingPhrm 1031 11.30 10.97 11.15 -.13
Kinross g If 894 5.72 5.52 5.56 -.14
KnghtCap 842 8.11 7.89 7.90 -.17
KnightR 535 63.84 62.24 62.56 -1.20
Kohls 1897 56.52 55.92 56.35 +30
Komag _827... 35.73. 34.60 -35.48 -+.79
Kraft 1179 31.03 30.52 30.55 -.23
KrspKrm If 881 7.35 7.12 7.21 +.05
Kroger 2453 19.99 19.79 19.85 -.06
Kronos 756-- 49.49 45.33- 47,00 +1.72
Kulicke 1202 9.89 9.60 9.68 +.03


L-3 Com 1371 79.05 78.17 78.23 -.73
LG Philips 1592 23.02 22.83 23.02 +.34
LSI Log 9588 9.85 9.40 9.76 +.39
LTX 1467 6.73 6.39 6.61 -.05
LaZBoy 1228 13.79 13.18 13.37 -.62
LaQuinta 2178 9.29 8.90 9.00 -.23
LabrRdy 752 24.38 23.67 23.71 -.62
LabCp 938 51.72 50.64 50.67 -1.04
LaBrnch 738 7.81 7.57 7.59 -.16
LamRsch 3720 28.64 27.77 28.45 +.17
LVSands n 851 .40.22 39.70 40.22 +.62
LawsnSft 1626 5.54 5.45- 5.51
:LeapWireon 1425 31.96, 30.80 31.05 +.24
LearCorp. 5260 *!45.00 40.75 42.77 +2.20
LeggMas s 1237. 103.23 101.66 102.15 -.94
LeggPlat 758 -25.69 25.19 25.29 -.33
LehmBr 1373 106.88 105.10 105.13 -1.79
LennarA 1375 68.04 67.07 67.27 -1.00
Level3 2754 2.09 2.04 2.05 -.01
LexarMd 3494 5.04 4.81 4.93 -.44
LexCrpP. 1799 24.20 23.87 23.98 .-.02
Lexmark 2119 63.30 62.57 62.70 -.50
LibtyMA 4575 8.87 8.79 8.79 -.06
LifePtH 764 47.94 46.56 46.76 -.32
LillyEli 5129 56.51 55.90 56.32 +.88
Limited 1573 24.73 24.30 24.38 -.11
LincNat 1343 48.60 48.06 48.30 +.17
LinearTch 4050 39.22 38.53 38.86 -.25
LockhdM 2128 63.14 62.28 62.40 -.70
LookSmart 3590 .61 .55 .59 -.12
Loudeye 1312 .84 .79 .80 -.04
LaPac 1579 27.35 26.70 26.82 +.02
LowesCos 3141 66.85 66.01 66.22 -.78
Lucent 24088-. 2.98 2.91 .2.93 -.03
Lyondell 1584 28.80 27.85 27.94 -.81

MBIA 866 61.98 60.70 60.74 -1.11
MBNA 3935 25.42 25.16 25.16 -.17
MCI Inc 1348 25.56 25.50 25.52 -.03
MDSI g 1054 7.95 5.20 7.85 +2.70
MEMC 1612 17.15 16.76 16.99 -.01
MGI Phr 752 27.35 26.58 27.30 +.61
MGMMirs 2512 45.77 44.75 45.45 -.55
MPS Grp 899 12.38 11.68 11.86 +.16
Matrmdia 1092 41.18 40.01 40.14 -.84
Macrvsn 923 22.05 21.68 21.83 +.03
MagelPt 725 3.04 2.85 2.90 +.13
MagnaEnt 1163 6.99 6.66 6.89 +.04
Malaysa 52 6.16 5.92 5.99 -.12
ManorCare 912 38.15 37.80 37.96
Manugist 962 1.95 1.82 1.93 +.13
Marathon 2422 59.12 58.17 58.36 -.63
MarshM 1705 29.36 28.92 28.97 -.21
MarvelE 1387 19.78 19.31 19.39 -.33
MarvellT 1359 44.23 43.58 43.69 -.44
Masco 1505 34.67 33.90 33.91 -.74
MaoseyEn.... 2477- -44,.52--42.T6- 4325 -1.18
Mattel 1518 18.85 18.51 18.65 -.03
Maxim 3675 42.32 41.69 41.97 -.12
Maxtor 1877 6.00 5.90 5.90 -.04
MayDS 1139 41.33 40.96 41.05 -.03
McDnids 7297 31.18 30.50 31.17 +.89
McGrwH s 878 46.97 45.94 46.01 -.79
McKesson 1378 45.49 44.85 45.00 -.40
McAfee 5763 31.67 30.65 31.40 +1.75
McDataA 2120 5.05 4.76 4.83 -.20,
MeadWyco 1020 29.63 29.10 29.22 +.02
Medlmun 3216 28.60 27.77 28.41 +.68
MedcoHlth 2163 49.05 48.33 48.44 -.47
MediaBay 770 .57 .48 .49 -.07
MediCo 714 21.84 21.35 21.83 +.21
Medicis 2005 34.60 33.27 33.92 +.81
Mdcore 33 13.80 13.39 13.55 -.38
Medtrnic 4238 54.00 53.49 53.94 +.45
MellonFnc 2353 30.53 30.27 30.46 -.10
Mentor 3975 50.19 47.05 49.75 +5.55
MentGr 1552 10.01 8.89 9.31 -.91
Merck 6406 31.34 30.96 31.06 -.23
Merclntr 3483 40.37 39.17 39.37 +.22
MerrillLyn 2700 59.34 58.60 58.78 -.60
MesaAir 896 8.50 8.25 8.44 +.16
MetLife 4447 50.30 48.54 49.14 +1.08
MetLife un 913 28.04 27.48 27.67 +.51
Micrel 980 12.39 12.05 12.10 -.26
Microchp 1894 31.50 30.87 31.07 -.50
Mcromse 6280 5.75 5.19 5.65 -.34
MicronT 4192 11.95 11.76 11.88 -.12
MicroSemi 2927 22.07 19.61 21.35 -1.68
Microsoft 58311 26.00 25.59 25.61 -.14
MicroStr 4957 80.35 75.60 77.15+10.97
Microtune 1825 6.64 6.03 6.09 -.66
MillPhar 5279 10.43 10.15 10.33 -.04
Mindspeed 1268 1.54 1.41 1.43 -.10
MobltyElec 1894 -1-1.89 10.05 11.60 +1.76"
MolsCoorsB 980 63.17 62.67 62.70 -.30
Monsnto 2658 69.23 67.37 67.37 +.44
MnstrWw 781 31.03 30.28 30.37 -.54
Moodyss 20610 50.00 47.26 "47.31 -2.12
MorgStan 3490 53.77 52.85 53.05 -.52
Motorola 25928 21.21 20.89 21.18 -.13
MultimGm 921 10.71 10.25 10.48 +.13
MylanLab 1809 17.69 17.30 17.36 -.30
Myogen 811 11.58 10.85 10.94 -.23

NBTY 1242 24.50 23.50 24.20 -.54
NCR Cps 817 35.28 34.56 34.71 -.39
NETgear 2113 20.87 19.78 20.71 -1.17
NGAS Rs 1133 8.48 7.71 8.36 +.61
Nabors 1684 67.00 65.31 65.45 -.87
Napster 1820 5.25 4.88 5.14 4+.26
NasdlOOTr 72826 39.92 39.52 39.58 -.34
Nasdaq n 2440 23.15 21.96 22.65 +1.70
NatlCity 2430 37.61 36.79 36.91 -.77
NOilVarco 1271 53.00 52.19 52.35 +.12
NatSemi 3404 24.89 24.52 24.71 -.16
Netflix 987 19.23 18.54 18.56 -.35
NetwkAp 6621 26.20 25.50 25.51 -.65
NwCentFn 816 53.14 52.30 52.38 -.62
NYCmtyB 1259 18.74 18.30 18.36 -.13
NY Times 852 31.84 31.32 31.52 -.18
NewellRub 2809 25.23 24.72 24.87 -.34
NewfExp s 766 43.00 42.29 42.49 -.08
NewmtM 4388 38.43 37.52 37.55 -.40
Newport 903 14.30 12.88 13.70 -1.35
NewsCpA n 4398 16.60 16.34 16.38 -.19
NewsCpB n 1670 17.57 17.26 17.34 -.23
NexteIC 9146 34.99 34.17 34.80 +.58
NextlPrt 2406 25.10 24.61 24.90 -.18
NiSource 1122 24.54 24.22 24.29 -.08
NikeB 853 84.82 83.72 83.80 -.70
NitroMed 820 23.48 22.27 23.24 +.89
NobleCorp 1445 68.48 67.06 67.18 -.71
NokiaCp 7777 16.02 15.85 15.95 -.11


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Name Volume CIs. %Chg Name Volume CIs. %Chg
Motordla 25928000 21.18 -.13 NasdlOOTr72826000 39.58 -34


TimeWarn 24306000 17.02 -.23
Lucent 24088600 2.93 -.03
GenElec 19561600 34.50 -.38
Citigrp 18938800 43.50 -.36
Pfizer 18518300 26.50 -27
ExxonMbl 17512800 58.75 -1.25
SprntFON 14988600 26.90 +.48
Wendys 14424100 51.70 +6.43
BkofAm s 13051900 43.60 -.41

Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Wendys 51.70 +6.43 +14.2
IngrmM 18.64 +2.28 +13.9
Mentor 49.75 +5.55' +12.6
HangrOrth 7.79 +.80 +11.4
SturmR 11.19 +1.14 -+113
CmtyHIt 38.61 +3.38 +9.6
LehDAL26 635 +.55 +9.5
SP Labs 9.84 +.80 +8.8
Triumph 4035 +3.10 +8.3
Terex If 48.42 +3.57 +8.0

Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
IntPoly 7.95 -3.15 -28.4
IntRect 47.05 -7.98 -14.5
CapitlSrce 19.58 -2.78 -12.4
KenCole 29.77 -4.07 -12.0
EnerSys 13.98 -1.32 -8.6
Enesco 2.74 -.24 -8.1
Applica 2.78 -.24 -7.9
GaGulf 31.73 -2.72 -7.9
ComScop 16.89 -137 -7.5
Deluxe 40.00 -2.90 -6.8


Microsoft 58311300 25.61 -.14
Symantec s50921600 21.95 -1.84
Intel 40192800 27.14 -10
Cisco 37460700 19.15 -.15
SunMicro 35329100 3.84 -.01
StemCells 34252500 6.10 +.87
Oracle 26625500 13.57 -.28
ApldMat 23105900 18.48 +.20
AppleCs 19742400 42.65 -1.15

Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
i2 Tech n 21.43 +8.43 +64.8
MDSI9 7.85 +2.70 +52.4
NatureVisn 6.54 +1.79 +37.7
StaarSur 5.28 +1.41 +36.4
CitzFnCp 8.75 +1.90 +27.7
ExtndSys 4.37 +.93 +27.0
CobraEl 8.79 +1.73 +24.5
Applix 7.01 +1.14 +19.4
MobltyElec 11.60 +1.76 +17.9
YDI Wrlss 3.41 +.49 +16.8

Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Synaptics 15.85 -5.17 -24.6
Provalis 2.15 -.57 -21.0
drugst"e 3.49 -.70 -16.7
CtpltCm 16.30 -2.93 -15.2
DuraAto 4.76 -.80 -14.4
Xenogen 3.13 -.51 -14.0
NCO Grp 2038 -2.81 -12.1
R&B Incs 12.66 -1.62 -11.3
AndrxGp 1855 -2.29 -11.0
Cortech 2.97 -35 -1015


..... Vol. High Low Close ..Cg
Nordstrms 1389 37.42 36.86 37.01 -.38
NorflkSo 2433 38.22 37.16 37.21 -.09
NortelNet 10573 2.74 2.63 2.63 -.08
NoFrkBc s 1950 27.91 27.38 27.39 -.39
NorTrst 924 51.34 50.64 50.80 -.39
NthgtM g 1032 1.22 1.15 1.21 +.07
NorthropG 1332 56.29 55.45 55.45 -.73
NwstAirl 1420 4.75 4.57 4.65 +.05
Novartis 877 48.93 48.68 48.71 -.10
NovaStar 1253 42.50 40.11 40.53 -.89
NvtlWrls 765 12.30 12.02 12.03 -.21
Novell 3329 6.16 6.08 6.08 -.02
Novlus 4356 29.18 28.26 28.85 +.41
Nucors 1998 56.10 55.20 55.45 -.75
NutriSys 1430 23.70 20.91 23.27 +1.47
Nuveenonv 754 38.07 37.38 38.00 -.09
Nvidia 2798 27.45 26.84 27.06 -.21

OCA Inc If 719 1.75 1.66 [.66 -.08
OMI Cp 1281 18.24 17.89 18.03 +.06
OSIPhrm 1513 42.74 41.27 4130 -1.65
OcciPet 1662 83.63 82.17 82.28 -.75
OffcDpt 2858 28.45 28.15 28.38 +.18
OfficeMax 1453 30.05 29.22 29.70 -.40
OilSvHT 3058 114.75 113.06 113.11 -.77
Olin 3202 18.80 17.70 18.35 -.73
Omncre 1609 46.80 45.56 46.10 -.41
Omnicom 1252 84.90 83.85 84.87 +.54
OmniVisn 1152 14.27 13.98 14.13 -.10
OnSmcnd 1158 5.82 5.69 5.73 -.04
On2 Tech 1174 .57 .52 .54 -.06
OpenTV 2088 3.44 2.89 3.32 +.28
OpnwvSy 1046 18.55 17.90 18.55 +.47
OptimalAg 1576 21.95 19.20 21.51 +2.26
Oracle 26625 13.86 13.57 13.57 -.28
Owenslil 743.,251,99..2557,..56S-..-10

PG&ECp 1620 37.91 37.63 37.63 +.02
PMC Sra 3483 10.05 9.75 9.84 -.14
PNC 984 55.33 54.65 54.82 -.48
PPLCorp 753 62.14 61.49 61.58 -.08
PRG Schlz 1475 3.36 2.70 3.16 +.27
PacSunwr 1298 25.28 24.25 24.39 -.60
PacifCre 919 76.87 76.00 76.20 -.68
Palm Inc 1334 28.75 28.01 28.54 +.19
PanASIv 1272 16.24 15.47 15.85 +.27
ParPharm 1918 24.50 23.26 23.42 -.79
ParmTc 1854 6.94 6.74 6.90 *
ParkHan 780 67.05 65.71 65.72 -1.33
PattUTI 1942 32.91 32.61 32.83 +150
Paychex 1971 35.37 34.83 34.91 -.17
PaylShoe 1242 20.03 19.26 19.42 -.52
PeabdyE- 1341 66.85 65.27 65.74 -.72
Penney 1905 57.20 56.10 56.14 -1.19
Pentair 1005 40.39 40.03 40.17 *
PeopEn 1527 45.41 42.43 43.15 -2.27
PepsiCo 2455 55.16 54.52 54.53 -.40
PerFood 934 30.28 29.82 30.03 +.03
PerryEllis 42 24.29 23.74 24.04 +.05
PetroKaz g 866 42.60 41.21 42.17 +.18
Petrohawk 803 11.31 10.89 11.00 *
PetrbrsA 796 46.30 4550 45.72 -.07
Petrobrs 1321 53.24 52.27 52.57 -.16
PetsMart 778 30.71 29.66 29.75 -.80
Pfizer 18518 26.96 26.44 26.50 -.27
PhelpO 2102 108.78 105.55 106.45 -1.76
Pier 1 804 14.59 14.07 14.22 -.28
PinWst 815 45.98 45.37 45.80 +.60
Pixars 985 43.57 42.95 43.01 -.22
Pxlwrks 1443 7.82 7.60 7.71 -.02
PlacerD 2237 14.25 13.81 13.87 -.17
Plantron 1466 35.72 33.78 34.16 -1.57
PlatUnd 906 34.85 33.89 34.67 +1.87
PlugPower 977 7.40 7.00 7.15 -.35
PlumCrk 765 38.11 37.66 37.85 -.24
Polycom 763 16.81 16.49 16.57 -.13
PortlPlay n 752 24.28 23.50 24.00 -.10
Power-One 1946 5.20 4.72 4.92 -.26
Powrwav 6037 12.10 11.10 11.47 +.07
Praxair 1238 50.41 49.36 49.39 -.59
Premcor 1151 76.85 76.30 76.64 +.15
Prestige n 2473 11.91 11.02 11.25 -.65
PrideIntl 1233 26.40 25.96 26.02 -.22
PrimusT 1030 .66 .62 .63 *
PrinFncI 733 44.63 43.94 43.95 -.61
PriHIthc 993 27.57 27.49 27.49 -.04
ProctGam 6259 55.85 55.52 55.63 -.19
ProgrssEn 1084 44.84 44.40 44.61 +.06
Prologis 1438 46.09 45.10 4556 +.16
ProtDsg 991 22.90 2255 22.79 +.03
Providian 961 19.13 18.85 18.90 -.18
Prudentl 1097 67.66 66.88 66.90 -.05
PSEG 1024 64.53 63.61 64.30 +.75
PulteHm 1825 96.00 93.40 93.62 -2.23


QLT 1299 8.74 8.50 8.53 -.17
Qlogic 2748 31.45 30.76 31.05 -.43
Qualcoms 11767 40.15 39.42 39.48 -.30
QuantaCap..... -7 L -.. 52... _+.0.
" UlanitiSvc 714 10.70 10.43 10.52 +.12
Quiksilvr s 1246 16.97 16.55 16.79 +.20
QwestCm 6280 3.82 3.67 3.82 +.07
RF MicD 3603 6.20 6.00 6.09 -.05
RSA Sec 914 13.12 12.85 12.95 -.01
RadntSys 722 13.15 1250 12.79 +1.49
RadioShk 1398 23.88 23.30 23.47 -.36
Rambus 1081 13.28 13.12 13.14 -.12
Raytheon 1190 39.78 39.22 39.33 -36
RealNwk 733 5.02 4.97 4.97 :.06
RedHat 1237 15.43 15.12 15.24 -.13
Redback 830 8.30 7.89 8.29 +.25
RegalEnt 1271 19.36 19.05 19.31 +.12
RegionsFn 1103 34.05 33.57 33.64 -.39
ReliantEn 1864 13.29 13.10 13.26 +.03
RenaisRe 727 45.11 44.40 44.94 -.06
RentACt 1187 21.18 20.97 21.09 +.12
RepubSv 778 36.69 36.09 36.25 -.30
RschMotn 3509 71.76 70.39 70.66 -.83
RetailHT 1436 103.81 102.72 102.78 -.86
RetailVent 727 13.90 13.55 13.79 +.14
Revlon 1453 3.88 3.66 3.74 +.04
ReynReyn 746 28.25 27.86 27.98 -.30
RiteAld 6269 4.52 4.42 4.49 -.01
RockwlAut 1688 52.25 51.34 51.51 -.42
RossStrs 1708 .26.70 26.40 26.50 -.07
Rowan 3698 34.67 33.62 34.16 +.64
RylCarb 1207 45.77 45.35 45.45 +:05
RoylDut 1228 61.98 61.27 61.34 +.99
RoyOShAn 873 61.97 61.25 61.28 +.95
RyersTull 1445 19.59 18.10 19.10 +1.39
Rylands 981 82.54 80.15 80.80 -1.57

SBA Com 1008 16.73 15.85 16.59 +.59
SBC Comn 11868 24.72 24.45 24.45 -.28
SLMCp 909 51.78 5133 51.49 -.11
STMicro 818- 17:42-17.18-17.25 -.1
SabreHold 1810 19.59 18.70 19.20 +.55
SafeNet 1597 34.50 32.84 34.19 -2.50
Safeway 1270 24.39 24.16 24.30 +.04
StJudes 1292 47.97 47.27 47.41 -.41
StPaulTrav 4278 44.25 43.33 44.02 +.97
Saks f 2166 21.46 20.50 21.22 +.88
Salesforce 840 23.93 23.40 23.55 -.26
SalmSBF 923 13.98 13.85 13.85 -.05
SanDisk 3370 34.25 33.63 33.82 -.18
Sanmina 9870 4.98 4.75 4.78 +.02
Sapient 2297 7.89 7.62 7.78 -.40
SaraLee 2904 19.97 19.74 19.93 +.16
SavientPh 321 4.63 4.50 4.50 -.08
SchergPI 4019 21.10 20.75 20.82 -.19
Schlmb 3188 85.09 83.61 83.74 -.96
Schwab 5398 13.95 13.65 13.70 -.21
SciGames 1455 27.73 26.87 27.38 -.62
SciAtlanta 1384 39.23 38.37 38.50 -.45
ScottishRe 1214 24.50 23.38 24.05 -.94
SeagateT 3121 19.42 19.05 19.37 +.02
SearsHIdgs 1414 158.21 153.76 154.60 -1.89
SemiHTr 21674 37.55 37.10 37.36 -.01
Sepracor 1959 53.37 51.39 52.35 -.95
SvceCp 817 8.77 8.67 8.67 -.08
SiRF Tch 1135 22.49 21.75 21.85 -.68
SiderNac 816 18.93 18.65 18.68 +.07
SiebelSys 7927 8.62 8.36 8.40 -.17
SierrPac 979 13.26 12.87 12.98 -.06
SigmAl 754 64.93 64.08 64.16 -.77
SigmaTel 1009 20.10 19.65 20.03 +.09
Signat8k 776 30.27 28.95 30,03 +1.03
SilcnGph h 2356 .72 .68 .71 -.01
SilcnLab 724 29.48 28.96 29.27 -.06
SST 929 4.87 4.70 4.72 -.14
Slcnware 1097 5.28 5.15 5.21 +.12
SimonProp 1153 80.29 79.05 79.74 +.18
SiriusS 18264 6.89 6.80 6.82 -.06
SirnaThera 1091 4.56 4.05 4.25 +.08
SixFIg pfB 826 21.49 21.10 21.40 +.01
SkywksSol 4441 7.40 7.10 7.33 -.06


AMEX

Most Active
Name Volume CIs. %Chg
SPDR 57902900 123.74 -.83
iShRs2000s23592000 67.89 -.07
SemiHTr 21674600 3736 -.01
SPEngy 8631900 47.60 -350
iShlapan 8134100' 1025 -.07
IvaxCp s 7259100 25.48 +.05
SmithWes 6629600 5.97+1.21
DJlA Diam 5411000 106.63 -.44
SP Fncl 4370600 29.93 -27
iSh EAFEs 3722300 53.96 -.26

Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Aerosonic 830 +1.77 +27.1
SmithWes 5.97 +1.21 +25.4
IntriCon 5.85 +.91 +18.4
ImplntSc 8.48 +1.17 +16.0
ATechCer 13.71 +1.71 +14.3
ImpltSc wt 2.70 +.32 +13.4
HomeSol 2.14 +.23 +12.0
ArenaR wt 7.00 +.70 +11.1
ArenaRes 14.60 +1.41 +10.7
HMG 13.15 +1.25 +10.5

Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
HB Minds. 7.61 -1.05 -12.1
EXX A 2.24 -26 -10.4
PathlNet 2.81 -30 -9.6
TutogenM 331 -.27 -7.4
WellsGard 2.95 -.23 -7.2
HemoSen n 7.82 -.58 -6.9
InfoSonic 3.83 -.27 -6.6
LaBarg 19.53 -1.28 -6.2
TiensBion 5.30 -.35 -6.2
MetroHlt n 2.45 -.16 -6.1


...-........ Yol .High Low....Close.Chg..,
SmithWes 6629 6.95 5.70 5.97+1.21
Smithintl 941 69.00 67.88 67.94 -.51
SmurfStne 1352 12.42 12.10 12.1.3 -.16
Sohu.cm 1070 18.90 18.13 18.18 -.12
Solectrn 3026 3.93 3.82 3.84 -.03
Sonusn 1855 4.89 4.80 4.84 *
SonyCp 1245 32.73 32.46 32.51 +.06
SouthnCo 1486 35.31 34.95 34.99 -.15
SwstAirl 2206 14.30 14.18 14.19 -.07
SwnEngy s 1393 55.69 54.95 55.11 +.71
SovrgnBcp 1012 24.15 23.72 23.99 -.03
SpectBrds 2221 32.60 30.10 31.00 -1.60
SprntFON 14988 27.05 26.31 26.90 +.48
StaarSur 1778 5.74 .4.94 5.28 +1.41
SPDR 57902 124.63 123.40 123.74 -.83
SP Mid 3303 132.31 131.35 131.68 -.32
SPMatls 1991 28.96 28.62 28.64 -.11
SPHIthC 853 32.00 31.73 31.73 -.22
SPCnSt 1326 23.62 23.47 23.48 -.10
SPEngy 8631 48.48 47.59 47.60 -.50
SP Fncl 4370 30.25 29.92 29.93 -.27
SPTech 1708 21.25 21.02 21.05 -.11
SP Util 2562 32.46 32.23 32.27 +.01
StdPac 1230 99.40 94.81 95.39 -3.10
Standex 12 29.80 29.65 29.70 -.21
Staples s 2530 23.20 22.76 22.77 -.37
Starbucks 3213 53.25 5254 52.55 -.13
StarwdHtl 1161 64.02 62.95 63.32 -.87
StateStr 1396 50.28 49.66 49.74 -.21
STATS Chp 833 7.05 6.77 6.85 -.44
StIDyna 878 32.72 32.04 32.16 -.31
StemCells 34252 6.58 5.80 6.10 +.87
StultOffsh 727 11.65 11.25 11.51 +.64
StorTch 845 36.75 36.72 36.73 -.02
sT Goldn 1178 42.96 42.79 42.81 +.06
sT DJEuStx 866 40.58 40.24 40.38 -.27
StrideRt .....89 14.20 13.97 -1400"- .24
Stryker 2023 54.47 53,93 54.09 -.29
SturmR 3305 11.75 10.77 11.19 +1.14
SunMicro 35329 3.86 3.83 3.84 -.01
Suncorg 866 49.79- 48.69 48.90 -.45
SuqGard 1354 35.94 35.89 35.89 *
Sunoco 932 127.18 125.40 125.73 +.04
SunTrst 1210. 73.98 72.66 72.72 -1.02
SupTech 1493 1.00 .85 .96 +.03
SupEnrgy 1147 21.55 20.50 21.34 +.97
SuperWell n 3490 18.40 16.19 18.32 *
Supvalu 912 35.45 35.05 35.40 +.23
SwiftTrn 1160 22.16 21.70 21.99 -.02
Sycamre If 858 3.60 351 3.56 -.01
Symantec s 50921 22.56 21.21 21.95 -1.84
SymbIT 1428 11.85 11.39 11.64 -.05
Synaptics 11625 16.50 15.25 15.85 -5.17
Syniverse n 835 14.18 13.35 14.00+1.00
Synopsys 1089 1853 18.16 1&8.51 +.28
Synovus 504 30.00 29.49 29.57 -.37
Sysco, 1403 36.37 35.86 36.06 -.19

TECO 1581 19.13 18.86 18.96 +.04
TJX 1379 23.84 23:50 23.51 -.31
TXU Corp 2079 87.19 85.77 86.64 +.83
Taiwan 103 13.68 13.61 13.66 -.09
TaiwSemi 8125 8,66 8.56 859 -.08
TakeTwos 848 24.97 24.45 24.61 -.02
Target 3009 59.61 58.73 58.75 '-.89
TaroPh 1291 24.77 23.23 .23.49 -.94
TASER s 1182 10.04 9.71 9.72 -.26
TelNorL 1995 15.84 15.62 15.67 +.01
TelMexLs 1716 19.68 19.27 19.27 -.42
TelspCel 923 4.45 4.35 4.39 +.09
TelwestGI 820 22.34 22.15 22.34 +.20
Tellabs 5729 9.93 9.62 9.72 -.07
TenipurP 2879 17.50 16.20 17.21 +.56
TenetHIt 1285 12.25 12.02 12.14 -.02
Teradyn 2458 15.70 1533 15.53 +.06
Terayon 1555 3.20 3.01 3.14 -.09
Terex If 1335 48.42 45.50 48.42 +3.57
TesseraT 2184 35.23 30.80 35.12+4.42
TetraTc 733 15.20 15.01 15.03 -.19
TevaPhrm 5988 31.97 31.40 31.47 -.47
Texinst 12124 32.05 31.35 31.76 +.05
Textron 756 74.93 74.03 74.17 -.94
ThermoEl 930 30.33 29.79 29.86 -.35
3Com 5415 3.72 3.60 3.64 -.08
3M Co 2961 75.32 74.42 75.00 +.30
TibcoSft 3372 7.92 7.58 7.69 -.17
Tidwtr 723 41.45 40.34 40.37 -.41
Timbrids 1151 34.30 33.32 33.38 -.09'
TimeWarn 24306 17.42 16.99 17.02 -.23
Timken 858 26.54 25.10. 26.47 -.43
TitanCp 1276 23.10 23.07 23.09 +.03
TiVo Inc 1176 6.44 6.25 6.25 -.14
TollBross 2644 56.68 55.03 55.42 -1.26
TransGIb 912 6.95 6.51 6.75 +.34


Vol. High
666667 180Connecto 4.56
616608 ARC En u 22.30
636918 ATI tech -15.S7
1645642 Abitibi C 6.00
1294337 Agrium 29.00
1036955 Alcan 41.99
2025100 AuradoEno .03
2311072 BCE Inc 29.81
955954 Barick gld 30.49
1043502 BemaGlo 2.74
2644174 Bk N S 42.25
1476693 BkMontreal 61.95
4189477 BombdrBf 3.30
529627 CGI Af 7.49
1180326 CIBkCom 80.76
522179 CN Rail 82.89
1055952 CP Rail 48.12
1225581 CP Ships 22.01
3106406 Cambior 2.64
1371272 Cameco 60.00
692774 Canfor 14.79
2317374 CdnNatRes 51.45
817889 Celestf 14.25
1465093 Connacher 1.12
2491450 Constell o 1.06
614569 Crystalxo 3.57
708865 Dalsa 13.02
623010 Domtar 9.00
539611 Enbridge 35.52
2793334 EncanaC 52.83
579980 EspritEnergyl3.20
640362 FairbrnEUo 13.05
1361727 Falconbridge25.35
2027147 Goldcorp 19.93
654522 HighPointRes 2.94
600417 ]Units 60 59.55
967836 Inco 50.98


Low C!ose Chg.
4.50 4.50 -.06
22.12 22.23 +.11
15.28 15.42 -.08
5.80 5.81 -.21
27.95 28.00 -.34
41.25 41.40 -.50
.02 .02 -.01
29.50 29.65 -.12
30.00 30.00 +.04
2.64 2.67 -.06
41.72 41.75 -.47
61.03 61.10 -.86
3.21 3.26 -.01
7.22 7.35 -.11
79.95 80.01 -.79
81.05 81.15 -1.10
46.79 47.50 +.72
21.57 21.78 +.89
2.58 2.60
56.57 57.49 -2.70
14.25 14.30 -.15
50.57 51.00+1.03
13.83 14.24 +.30
1.05 1.09 +.05
.88 1.05 +.16
3.34 3.38 -.17
12.03 12.50 -4.40
8.75 8.89 -.11
34.76 3530 +.05
50.40 50.47 -1.63
12.98 13.20 +.20
12.62 12.98 +30
24.56 25.25 +.46
19.73 19.90 +.18
2.90 2.92 -.01
58.61 58.70 -.69
50.25 50.40 -.21


FRIDAY DIVIDENDS DECLARED
Pe- Stk of pay-
riod rate record able
IRREGULAR
Cadbury Schweppesz .... 2784 9-16 10-21
Distr ySvcD&SSA z .. 0325 8-4 8-18
General Maritime Cp 84 8-26 9-8
Glaxo Smith Kline z .. 3478 8-5 10-6
North European Oil 57 8-12 8-31
Prudential plc z .1844 8-19 11-4
Reed Elsevier NV z .. 2226 8-4 9-2
Shire PharmGrp.plc z ....0547 9-16 10-13
z- approx. amountper ADS or ADR.
STOCK
AtcoLtdg x ... 8-29 9-15
x- 2 for 1 split
BJ Services Co x ... 8-18 9-1
x- 2 for 1 split
Canadian Utilities g x .... 8-29 9-15
x-2 for split.
Dade Behring HIdo x ..lit 8-15 8-29
x-?2 for I stock split
Fortune Brands x ... 8-9 8-16
x- 0.23148 of a share of ACCO Brands for each
share Forture Brands held.
Mestek Inc x ... 6-23 7-29
x- One share of Omega Flex Inc for each share
Mestek held.
INCREASED
Alliance Cap Mgmt Q .68 8-5 8-15
Columbia Bnkg Sys .11 8-10 8-24
Jones Apparel Grp .12 8-12 8-26
Molex Inc 0 .05 9-30 10-25
Molex Inc A .05 9-30 10-25
Pitts & WVa RR .13 9-9 9-30
PMI Group Inc .0525 9-30 10-17
Suneco LogisticsPrt .6375 8-8 8-12
Sun Life Fin'l Inc .255 8-24 9-30
INI IAL
Atco Ltd g n ... .19 9-14 9-30
Dade Behring HIdg n ... .03 9-1 9-19
BJ Services Co x .05 9-15 10-14
x- Increased from amount paid prior to split.


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-
I 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.jn 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 week s.t '- Paid in stock in the
proceeding 12 monhts, estimatedicash
value on ex-dividen d or ex-distribution
date. u-r-New 52-week high.; :
u n Units. v Trading halted'on pri-
mary market.vJ iir( bankruptcy orP :
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-divdends6or ex-
rights. xw- Without warrants.
y ex- dividend or sales in full, not in
-hinndreils. n i "!i'
z Sales in full, not in hundreds. ;


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816 .87 .83 .85 -
3028 57.85 56.41 56.43 -.9S5
1024 1.90 1.75 1.85 +.031
606 37.12 36.50 36.50 -;52
1012 .3.80 3.66 3.75 -.05
5056 30.97 30.44 30.47 -.32i
1298 18.67 18.45, 18,64 +.14


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UnionPac
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UtdTech s
Utdhlth s
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WD40
Wachovia
WalMart
Walgrn
WA Mutl
WRIT
WsteMInc
WatsnPh
WaveSys,
Weathflnt
WebMD
WebEk
Websense
WellPoint s
WellsFrgo
Wendys
Wesco Intl
WDigitl
WstnGasR
WWirelss
Weyerh
Whrlpl
WholeFd.
Wild0ats
WmsCos
WillisGp
Winnbgo
WitnSys
WrightM
Wrigley
Wyeth
Wynn


29.34 +.60
46.02 +.0*
8.82 -.086
9.15 -.21,
37.92 +.07
70.31 -.18
6.47 -.07
25.45 +.12.
3.85 -.06
73.00 -.73;
30.06 -.26
42.65 -1.34
36.01 +2.083
50.70 -.65
52.30 -.62:
52.04 -.98
28.28 -.19
64.85 -.35
J.9.15 -29
22.76 +.03


82.78 -.24
12.84 -.03
39.26 +.51
41.51 +.99:
11.70 +.60
26.31.. -.02
34.23 -.4f
..35 +.02
15.95 -.29;
8.54 +.35
33.49 -.51i,
11.59 -.20
14.02 -.14
8.90 -.09
2.22 -.03
25.83 -.2,


29.36 28.54
51.12 50.38
49.99 49.33
48.18 47.75
43.00 42.42
32.40 31.94
28.33 27.96
33.50 12.45
1.23 1.08
64.03 63.19
10.80 10.60
29.18 27.39
51.14 49.26
70.94 69.75
62.02 61.29
52.07 49.82
34.32 34.05
15.14 14.75
40.25 39.89
44.80 44.23
69.96 68.86'
80.20 79.83
137.86 132.07
14.15 13.23
21.50 21.22
34.05 33.02
39.71 38.43
19.95 18.39
27.00 24.80
72.18 71.04
46.00 45.45
57.72 56.14


XM Sat
XTO Egys
XcelEngy
Xerox
Xilinx
Yahoo
YankCdl
YellowRd
YumBrds
ZebraT s
Zimmer
Zoran


28.73 -.44
50.38 -.56
49.35 -.40
47.86 -.14
42.48 -.3
32.15 -.25
-28,12 +;60
33.40 +'99
1.17
63.28 +.20
10.61 -.2
28.57 -1.2
49.84 -1.18
70.74 +.2
61.34 -.6
51.70 +6.43
34.06 -.96
14.99 1
40.04 +.22
44.67 +.29
68.98 +1.12
79.98 +.04
136.51+14.1
13.43 -.07
21.24 -.25
33.16 -.98
38.59 -.14
19.51 +1.11
25.86 -1.40
71.14 -.86
45.75 -.03
56.30 -1.26


35.63 -1.30
35.09 -.48
19.41 +.01
13.21 +.09
2835 -.621
3334 -.67
30.30 -.15
52.91 -1.16
52.35 +.45
39.00 +.76,
82.36 +.57.
14.40 -.24


Vol. High Low Close Ch&,
675630 Ivanhoe M 9.20 9.02 9'.05 -.1A'
949095 Kinrossgid 7.08 6.76 6.76 -.29'
2551970 MahaloEngy 6.00 5.50 5.55 +.05:
1045015 Manulife 62.65 61.45 61.45 -.88
774101 Nexen 47.94 45.38 45.38 -1.74
6760996 Nortel Net 3.37 3.21 3.22 -.10
802862 Northgat 1.50 1.40 1.49 +.19
811030 PeenWstU 31.00 30.70 31.00 +.29i
790927 PetroCCV 88.82 87.57 88.03 -310
1535615 PlacerDm 17.48 16.89 17.00 -.30'
565360 Precisn D 51.90 51.35 51.82 +.47:
1832958 Redcorp o .24 .17 "214 +.10,
834083 RioCan u 21.50 21.21 21.40 -.10
723300 RogersBf 45.70 45.07 45.25 -.45
920573 Royal Bnk 78.74 77.30 77.40 -1.07
580433 Shaw C Bf 25.56 25.07 25.42 -.14
1059512 ShopprDrg 41.12 40.68 41.00 +.06
856128 SignalEnergy 1.27 1.14 1.27 +.09
1549237 Sun life 44.79 43.85 44.06 -.74
840649 Suncor 61.19 59.70 59.95 -.711
1786587 TaheraDiamnd .40 .39 .40 +.01
1262270 Talisman 55.10 53.06 53.69 -.37
653000 Tembec 3.55 3.42 3.47 -.11.
631658 ThomCor 43.15 42.64 42.83 -.31.
517570 ThunderEngyU12.47 12.34 12.40 +.06
1246228 TorDmBk 56.73 55.80 55.90 A'.
530151 TrAlt corp 21.61 21.28 21.61 +,3
657504 TrCan PL 33.80 33.31 33.59 -49
930180 Trizec Can 24.85 24.09 24.85 +.7
767881 True engy 4.74 4.55 4.64 -.01f
2243775 UtsEnergy 3.56 3"48 3.52 -.02
1120171 VaultEngyU 10.90 10.60 10.84 +.34
949400 WestEnergy 6.40 6.10 6.19 +.09
578816 WesternLakotall.2010.55 11.10 +.65
879508 WestrnCdnCoa5.05 4.87 4.88 -.02
664218 Wstrn oil 28.97 28.33 28.50 +.18


BenjaminFranklnBcp Q .03 8-12
Landstar System Q .025 8-17
Royal Dutch Shell A z ... .5538 8-5
Royal Dutch Shell B z .. .5538 8-5
Teekay LNG Prtnrs .2357 8-5
LIQUIDATION
Hallwood Group ... 6.17 8-12
SPECIAL
HMG/Courtland Prp .50 8-12
REGULAR
Amer Lnd Lease .25 8-12
Baker Hughes Inc .115 8-8
Cabot Oil & Gas .04 8-11
-Cca-Cola Bottling .25 8-12
Consol Energy .14 8-8
1st Source Corp .12 8-8
Furniture Brands .15 8-8
Georgia-Pacific Cp .175 8-9
Hasbro Inc .09 8-1
Hooper Holmes .015 8-12
Independ Cmnty Bk .27 8-11
NG Prime Rate Tr M .0385 8-10
Landmark Bancorp .17 8-10
MFB Corp .125 8-2
NASB Financial Inc .225 8-5
Northstar Realty Fnd .15 8-8
NovaStar Fncl Inc 1.40 8-12
PennFed Fin'l Svcs .07 8-12
Pogo Producing Co .0625 8-12
Provident NY Bancorp .045 8-8
Rome Bncp .0662 8-12
Sanderson Farms .10 8-9
Schwab, Charles .022 8-9
Virginia Fndc Grp .21 8-5
Wemgarten RIty .44 9-5
Wendy's Int'l .135 8-8
Westamerica Bncp .30 8-8
Wintrust Fin'l .12 8-9
Yardville Nat'l Q .115 8-10
MUTUAL FUNDS/ETFs
Dreyfus HiYId Strt M .0325 8-10
SalBrosGlbPrtnlnc M .086 8-16
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MUTUAL



FUNDS


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

Fund Tkr. NAY Chg. Fund Tr. NAV Chg.
AARP Invst: DEIt 10EBX 11.69 -.06
CapGrr ACGFX 45.90 -35 NwDt INDBX 22.64 -22
GNMA AGNMX 14.96 -.03 Amer Express Prtrn
Global ACOBX 28.69 -.08 IntlSelVI p APIAX 8.7 -.04
Gthinc ACDGX 22.54 -.21 SCpVIAp ASVAX 7.19 -.03
MgdMuni AMUBX 9.19 -.01 Amer Express Y:
ABN AMRO Fnds: NwD IDNYX 24.12 -23
GrwthN CHTIX 23.20 -.14 American Rinds A:
M&CBalN MOBAX 16.77 -.05 AmcpAp AMCPX 18.81 -.12
M&CGroNMCGFX 23.84 -.11 AMutlApAMRMX 27.18 -.12
AIM Invest nentsA: BalAp ABALX 18.17 -.09
Agrsv p AAGFX 1088 -.04 BondAp ABNDX 13.42 -.03
8asValAp GTVLX 0 33.43 -25 CapWA p CWBFX 19.29 -.02
BIChipAp ABCAX 11.80 -.11 CaplBAp CA18X 53.48 -.10
CapDevp ACDAX 19.48 -.04 CapWGApCWGIX 35.02 -.08
ChartA p CHTRX 13.10 -.09 EupacA p AEPGX 37.47 -.06
Constp CSTGX 23.43 -.17 FdrnvAp ANCFX 33.84 -.16
OvMktA p GTDDX 16.16 +.01 GovtA p AMUSX 13.9 -.04
EuroGrp AEDAX 3129 -.15 GwtbhAp AGTHX 2922 -.15
IntGvAp AGOVX 8.83 -.01 HITrAp AHITX 12.45 *
InOGrow AIIEX 21.12 -.09 HilnMunA AMHIX 15.61 -.02
IntlSmal p IEGAX 18.48 +.05 IncoAp AMECX 18.70 -.06
MdCpCEq GTAGX 30.47 -.16 IntBdAp AIBAX 13.54 -.03
PremEqty AVLFX 10.12 -.08 ICAA p AIVSX 31.61 -.15
RealEstp IARAX 29.14 -.05 LtTEBAp LTEBX 15.34 -.02
SmCGAp 1GT5AX 29.49 -.06 NEcoA p ANEFX 21.76 -.13
SumitI SMMIX 11.45 -.09 N PerAp ANWPX 28.26 -.11
WeingA p WEINX 1351 -.16 NwWrldA NEWFX 35.42 +.09
AIM Investments B: SmCpA p SMCWX 33.58 -.04
BasVIBt GTVBX 31.45 -.24 TxExAp AFTEX 1252 -.02
BIChipBt ABCBX 11.16 -.10 WshAp AWSHX 31.39 -.22
EurGrBt AEDBX 29.76 -.14 AmericanRFunds Br
HYIdB6 t AHYBX 452 +.01 AmcpBt AMPBX 18.18 -.12
PremEqty AVLBX 935 -.07 BalBt BALBX 18.11 -.09
AIM Investor CI: BondBt BFABX 13.42 -.03
Dynm FIDYX 17.71 -.04 Capl88t CIBBX 53.48 -.10
Energy FSTEX 38.19 -28 CpWGrBtCWGBX 34.87 -.08
Gold&Prec FGLDX 350 ErpacB t AEGBX 37.03 -.06
IntCEqt IIBCX 11.61 -.07 FdinvBt AFIBX 33.75 -.17
Tech FTCHX 24.98 -.17 GrwthBt AGRBX 2828 -15
AMFFuinds: HITrBt AHTBX 12.45 *
AdjMtx ASARX 9.72 -01 IncoBt (FABX 18.61 -.05
AegisValFd AVALX 19.19 ICABt AICBX 31.47 -.16
AlgerAmrican: NwPersp t NPFBX 27.80 -.11
Growth AAGOX 3731 -9 SmC SCp CW8X 32.49 -.0
Alger Funds B: WashB0t WSHBX 33122 -21
CapAprt ACAPX 8.46 AM 04 AendoRFuds:
LgCpGBt AFGPX 9.71 -.08 TechD ATCHX 7.92 -.14
SmCapGrtALSCX 4.82 -.01 AmrstckMFAMSTX 40.28 -.30
Alger Funds Inst.l: Aiel Mutual Fis:
MidCpGri ALM 17.87 -.07 Appre CAAPX 49.24 -.29
Allegant CI I: Ariel ARGFX 55.64 -.07
SCapVl p AMRIX 22.52 -.03 AItlsan Funds:.
AllianceBern A: MCap ARTMX 30.67 -.
AmGvlnCAANAGX 7.57 -.02 Mid~ap 001030 30.67 -1
BalanA p CABNX M ValARTQX 19.37 -.09
GIbTchAp ALTFX SmCap ARTSX 17.8 +.03
GrincAp CABDX SCapValAR1X 1.42 -.05
GrowtAAGX pERAtlas Funds:
HiYldA p AHYAX 6.04 GvtSec ASGMX 10.08 -.01
IntlVaIAp ABIAX 16.94 -.09 GroOpp ASGIX 23.68 -.16
LgCpGrA pAPGAX Baron Funds:
MMSAt AMMSX 5.70 Asset 0 BARAX 56.83 -.20
MuFLAp AFLAX 1032 -.03 Grwth BGRFX 48.03 -.18
NEuropApANEAX Partners p BPTRX 18.21 -.12
SmCpGrA QUASX SmCap 8 CFX 23.97 -.06
TMgBlW pAGIAX 11.42 -.04 Berkshire Funds:
USGqovtA pABUSX Focus BFOCX 6.33 -.07
AllianceBernmAdv. Bernstein Fds:
GrIncAdv CBBYX ntDur SNIDX 1331 -.04
IntalAdv ABIYX 17.15 -.08 CaMu SNCAX 1425 -.01
LgCpGrAd APGYX DioMu SNDPX 14.10 -.01
AllianceBem B: NYMu SNNYX 13.94 -.01
BalanBt CABBX TxMglntV SNIVX 22.97 -.17
EmMbt pAGDB 8.73 -.01 intVa2 SIMTX 21.57 -.16
GIbTchBt ATEBX EmMkts SNEMX 39.16 +.01
GrInPB p CBBDX *Berwyn Funds:
LgCpGrB t APGX Fund BERWX 31.68 -.13
MuC B p ALCBX 11.02 -.2 Income BERI 12.02 -.02
TMgBlIW pAGIBX 11.43 -.05 BrmMCGp BMCFX 32.64 +.25
Allianceern C: oBlacklRock A:
AOmylncCANACX 7.59 -.02 AuroraA SSRAX 42.17 -.14
GrincCt CBBCX *HiYInvA BHYAX 8.18 +.01
IntValCt ABICX 16.70 -.09 BladitSokFRis Brk:
LgCoGrCt1APGCX CoreBIrk CCBl X 9.69 -.02
USGovtCtABUCX Bramwei FUIIndls:
AllianceBern I: Growth p BRGRX 2052 -.12
ReElnvll ARIIX Brandywine Fds:
Allianz Funds A: 8ueFd BLUEX 30.87 -.17
SmCpVA PCVAX-31.74 -.04 Bmrdywn RWIX 30.05 +.02
Renaso A PQNAX 24.93 -.19 BrwnSmC BCSIX 31.25 +.04
Value A PDLAX 17.69 -.13 Buffalo Raids:
Allianz FundsB: Balancd BUFBX 1034 -.06
RenaisB PQNBX 2338 -.17 Smcap BUFSX 2923 -.06
TargtBt PTABX 16.42 -.02 CGMiaUnds:
Allians Funds C: CapDe LOMCX 33.14 -.19
RenalsCt PQNCX 2323 -.17 Focus CGMFX 35.17 -.14
ValueCt PDLCX 17.11 -.13 Realty CGMRX 35.00 -20
Allianz Funds DV CRM Funds:
8iotechp DRBNX 27.61 -.05 MdCpVI CRIMX 27.40 -.13
Alpine Funds: Calamos Funds:
DyoaDivr ADVDX 12.50 -.04 ConvAp CCVIX 20.93 -.08
USRE EUEYX 48.11 -63 Gr&lncCt CVTCX 30.60 -.17
AmSouth, FdsA: Gr&lncA p CVTRX 30.43 -.16
alance IOBLX 13.05 -.06 GrwthAp CVGRX 53.78 -.35
Amer Beacon AMR: GrowthBtCVGBX 55.46 -.37
BalApr AABNX 14.66 -.06 GrowthCo tCVGCX51.6 -35
LgCoAmr AAGNAX 20.95 -.09 Calert Grop:
Amer Beacon lnst.i5 Inco p 1CFX 17.06 -.03
A riEqons AC 20.49 .08 5 0P HSIEX 35.90 -23
Smqplnst AVRX 21.64 -.07 Top t X 1 *. '
Amer Beacon Plan: .Capstone:
SCpMlan AVPAX 21.24 -.07 Growth ToDG X 1332 -.12
AmNr CentuNDry r Causewayl nti:
EqlnGp T X 4.2 -.0 nsHtit r CIVIX 16.50 +.01

Eqoelndx ACQIX 93 -.04 n tCentury Funds: 1
UStr NTWSuX 29.94.23 4 ShsTrinst CENSX 35.12 -.24
Ambr Century Inv CirbStreet Funds:
Th ~y IGLGX 6-.04 17 iBmod CDBFX 12.00 -.04
EqGrol BEQGX 23.27 -.17 L DCvBond CLCFX 12.01 -.09
Eqinc TWEIX 8.25 -.04 LVCoStA 0CX 12.21-.9+ T
FLMuBnd ACBFX 10.75 -.01 Ctrans Funds:
GNMAI BGNMX 1033 -.02 CitCGSt WAIDX 205 -. 19
Gift- TWGTX 17.02 -.01 CitEGrSt WAEGX 14.62 -.11
GIGold BGEIX 10.90 -.02 CitGbISt WAGE 1633 -.02
Gi Grwth TWGGX 8.37 -.01 Clipper CFIMX 880.81 -.40
Growth TWCGX 20.17 -14 Coahen & Steers:
Heritage TWHIX 1326 lInsRIty CSRIX 51.31 -.10
IncGro. BIGRX 31.74 -.23 RtySh rs CSRSX 78.93 -.16
InfAdjBd ACITX 11.10 -03 SpecFocsI CSSPX 59.65 -23
lntlBnd BEGBX 13.63 -.01 ColIumbia Class A:
lntDiscr TWEGX 1434 +.03 Acorot LACAX 27.68 -.09
InUGrol TWIEX 921 +.01 FedSec CFSAX 10.64 -.04
RealEstI REACX 2823 -;.08 Gr&lcA CFGAX 18.69 -.14
SelectI TWCIX 3834 -24 HiYdA COLHX 4.68 *
SGdv TWUSX 9.42 -01 MdCapVI COLGX 28.70 -.08
SmCIb ASV0 X 1100 -.03 StrtlnA COSIX 6.17 -.01
Smal0Co ASQIX 10.93 ..06 TxEAp COLTX 13.73 -.04
StrAgo TWSAX 7.97 -.03 Columbia Clam Br
StrConv TWSCX 5.63 -.02 Acorn t LACBX 26.77 -.09
StrMod TWSMX 6.9 -.02 Gr&lncBt CFGBX 17.50 -.13
Tg2010 BTTNX 87.65 -39 Income t CIOBX 9.96 -.02
Tg2020 BTITX 58.16 -.72 Columbia Class C:
Teh ATCIX 18.28 -.09 Acorn t LIACX 26.75 -.08
Ulit 1 TWCUX 29.60 -24 Gr&lncC CFGDX 17.62 -.13
UtU1l BULIX 13.69 +.01 Columbia CI 1,T&G:
Valuelnv TWVLX 7.60 -.04 DivlncoT GEOAX 11.99 -.07
Veeidot r AMVIX 5.75 -.01 Columbia Class Z-
Vista TWCVX 1532 +.01 AcornZ ACRNX 28.29 -.09
AmerExpress A: AcornlntZ ACINX 31.19 -.04
DEI INDZX 11.73 -.06 AcornUSA AUSAX 2733 -.13
DivrBd INBNX 4.85 -.01 AstAl GAATX 1632 -.08
DvOppA INUTX 7.46 -.05 Int8dZ SRBFX 9.00 -.02
EqSel INVPX 13.95 +.06 LgCapGr GEGTX 2132 -.16
EqV41p IEVAX 10.65 -.07 LargeCo ILCIX 28.63 -.22
Growth INIDX 2834 -.11 MgdMZ SRMMX 9.01 -.02
HiYldBd INEAX 2.92 MCpGthZ CLSPX 2231 -.03
HiYld INHYX 4.45 -.01 MdCpVI LSVSX 29.05 -.09
LgCpEqp ALEAX 5.26 -.03 QftyPiBd GHQTX 10.77 -.04
MgdAllp IMRFX 9.84 -.06 SmCpZ SMCEX 19.73 -.09
Mutual p INMUX 9.89 -.06 SmCoEq GSETX 1935 -.02
NwD INNDX 23.99 -.23 Columbia Funds:
SDGovt IFINX 4.76 -.01 HiYidZ CMHYX 8.66 ,
SmColndx ISIAX 9.02 -.04 IntlStkZ CMISX 15.29 -.04
Stock p INSTX 19.83 -.16 ReEsEqZ CREEX 29.06 -.10
Thdlt5l IGLGX 5.96 -.04 Comstock Partners:
Thdllntl IN1IFX 730 -.04 CapVIA DRCVX 2.59 +.01
Amer Express B: StrategyA CPFAX 3.08 *


WORLD I


Fund Tkr. NAV Chg.
StratOt CPSFX 3.00
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntEq TIEUX 10.82
LgGrw TLGUX 12.85 -.13
LgVal TLVUX 11.58 -.07
Copley COPLX 46.13 -29
Credit Suisse Adv:
Intfocus p CUFAX 12.54 +.01
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA NYVTX 32.13 -.26
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB NYVBX 30.69 -.25
Davis Funds C & Y:
NYVenY DNVYX 32.53 -.27
NYVen C NYVCX 30.89 -25
Delafield DEFIX 26.12 -26
Delaware Invest A:
FL nsA VFLIX 11.25 -.03
IntEqA p DEGIX 17.40 -.07
LgCpVIA DELDX 18.97 -.09
TrendAp DELTX 21.68 -.02
TxPaA p DEUX 8.16 -.02
TxUSAp DMTFX 11.66 -.03
Delaware Invest B:
DelBIB DELBX 16.64 -.06
IntlEqBt DEIEX 1723 -.07
SelGrBt DVEBX 22.15 -.10
Del-Pooled Trust
EmgMkt OPEMX 16.53 +.03
IntlEq DPIEX 19.90 -.08
Dimensional Fds:
EmMktV DFEVX 20.79 -.04
lntSmVa DISVX 16.66 -.04
TMUSSm DFTSX 22.65 -.09
USLgCo DFLCX 36.25 -.28
USLgVa DFLVX 21.58 -.10
USLgVa3 DFUVX 16.62 -.07
USMicro DFSCX 15.80 -.04
US Small DFSTX 20.62 -.07
USSmVa DFSVX 28.76 -.12
IntlSmCo DFISX 1520 -.04
EmrMkt DFEMX 18.10 -.04
Fixd DFIHX 10.15 *
IntVa DFIVX 16.68 -.11
Gib5Fxlnc DFGBX 10.56 -.01
LCapint DFALX 17.94 -.07
TM USSV DTMVX 25.33 -.09
TM IntVa DTMIX 14.62 -.09
TMMktwVDTMMX 14.83 -.07
TMUSEq DTMEX 13.04 -.09
2YGIFxd DFGFX 9.87 -.01
DFARIE DFREX 26.26 -.03
Diversifd Inv Fds:
CoreBond OVGCX 12.52 -.03
EqGrw p DVEGX 19.70 -.13
Grolncp DVGIX 19.90 -.14
Val&lnc DVEIX 25.31 -.11
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced DODBX 80.83 -20
Income DODIX 12.77 -.01
IntlStk DODFX 32.08 -
Stock DODGX 134.16 -.45
Domini Soc Inv.:
ISclEq DIEQX 18.04 -.14
SoclEq DSEFX 29.74 -24
Dreyfus:
A Bond DRBDX 13.78 -.04
Aprec DGAGX 39.83 -35
BsicS&P DSPIX 25.76 -.20
Discp DDSTX .32.97 -.28
D(eyf DREVX 10.35 -.09
DryMidr PESPX 28.54 -.07
DrS001nt PEOPX 36.19 -28
EmgLd DRELX 46.57 -25
FLInt r DFLIX 13.27 -.02
GNM p DRGMX 14.57 -.03
GNYt GNYMX 19.77 -.05
Grinc DGRIX 15.52 -.13
Intermnr OITEX 13.43 -.02
LTGrR DLGRX 15.47 -.10
LTGrInR DGIRX 16.06 -.08
MdcpVI r DMCVX 34.26 -.24
MunBdr DRTAX 11.93 -.02
NYTaxr ORNYX 14.91 -.04
NYTEr DRNIX 18.29 -.04
SmCoVal OSCVX 26.94 -.13
Dreyfus Founders:
DiscvFp FDISX 29.56 -.05
EqGrthF FRMUX 5.01 -.04
Dreyfus Premier:
CoreBdA DSINX 14.55 -.03
CorViv p DCVIX 30.84 -25
EmgMktA DRFMX 21.44 +.01
FLMA PSF11X 14.32 -.03
LgStoAp DRDEX 21.11 -.18
LtdHYdCp PTHIX 7.40 *
LtdHYdAp DPLTX 7.39
LtdHYdBp DLTBX 7.40
MAMA PSMAX 11.85 -.03
MIMuA PSMIX 1529 -.03
MCpStkR DDMRX 21.35 -.05
MuBdA PTEBX 13.15 -.03
NwLdA ONLDX 46.07 -.04
TchGroA DTGRX 22.68 -.16
TechGroR DGVRX .1
ThrdCuZ DRTHX 8.63 -
Eaton Vance Adv.
ItRateIt EABLX 9.89
Eaton Vance CIA:
TMG1i0 CAPEX 540.87 -4.01
ChinaAp EVCGX 14.91 -.09
FloatRt EVBLX 10.22 *
HlthSAp ETHSX 10.77 -.01
InBosA EVIBX 6.46
LgCpVal ENSTX 18.14 -.12
NatMun. EANAX 11.38 +.01
TMGI.1 ETTGX 23.07 -.17
TradGvA EVGOX 8.64 -.01
Eaton Vance CI B:
AZMBt EVAZX 10.87 -.02
ChiliaBt EMCGX 12.99 -.08
FLMBt EVFLX 10.95 -.01
HilncBt EVHIX 5.23
HiYMB t EVHYX 10.25
NCMBt EVNCX 10.05 +.01
StrlncBt EVSGX 7.57 -
TMGI.t1 EMTGX0 21.82 -.17
Eaten Vance CI C:
FloatRtt ECBLX 9.88 .
TMSG1.l1tECMGX 9.91 +.04
Empire Builder
TFBond EMBTX 17.72 -.02
EndowGI 1ENDIX 14.95 -.07
Enterprise CI A:
GwthAp ENGRX 17.28 -.08
MItCpAp EMCAX 7.61 -.03
Technly EIFAX 9.30 -.11
Enterprise CIB:
MltCpBp EMCBX 7.36 -.04
Techtnly EIFBX 9.01 -.11
Enterprise Cl C:
CapApCp ENACX 32.68 -.22
Technly EIFCX 9.01 -.11
Evergreen A:
AggGrA EAGAX 17.24 -.11
AstAllp EAAFX 14.01 -.06
BalanA EKBAX 8.64 -.05
AdjROateA ESAAX 9.30 -.01
FLMunA EFMAX 936 -.02
FdLgCpA EGIAX 23.25 -.17
HiYldA EKHAX 3.42
IntlEqA EKZAX 9.22 -.04
MunBdA EKEAX 7.51 -.01
OmegA EKOAX 25.24 -.18
PrcMBA EKWAX 31.22 -.05
SpValuAp ESPAX 30.03 -.18
UtilityAx EVUAX 1226 -.01
Evergreen B:
AggGrB .EAGBX 15.55 -.10
AstAIIBt EABFX 13.83 -.06
EqlncB ETRBX 23.88 -.17
EqlndBpx ESIOX 45 -.370 -
FL Hi8 p EFHBX 10.24 -.02
HiYIdBt EKHBX 3.42 *
LgCoGBt EKJBX 6.20 -.05
OmegBt EKOBX 22.38 -.16
PrcMtlBt EKWBX 29.95 -.04
StrlncB r EKSBX 6.53 -.01
UilityBto EVUBX 12.26 -.01
Evergreen C:
AdjRateC tESACX 9.30 -.01
AstAIJC t EACFX 13.61 -.06
OmegaCt EKOCX 22.44 -.16
Evergreen I:
CorBdl ESBIX 10.60 -.04
AdjRatel EK9ZX 9.30 -.01
IntlBdl ESICX 11.02 +.01
IntlEql EKZYX 9.30 -.03
LgCpEql x EVSYX 15.51 -.14
ShtlntBd ESFIX 6.04 -.01
SpecVal ESPIX 30.20 -.17
StrGrol ESGIX 26.81 -.24
Excelsior Funds:
ValRestr UM81X 45.24 -.26


MARKETS


Selected stocks from various international world stock markets.


TOKYO
(Japanese Yen)
Ajinomto
Asahi Chem
Asahi Glas
Brigestone
Canon
Casino
Da'Nippon
Daiei
Daiwa House
DaiWa Sec
Eisai
Fanuc
Fuji Elec
Fuji Photo
Fujitsu
Heiwa Real
Hitachi
Honda
Ito-Yokado
Itochu Corp
Jaccs
Kajima
Kansai
KA0
Kawasaki Hvy
KirIc
Komatsu
Kubota
Kyocera
Makita
Marubeni
Manin
Mazda
Minebea
Mitsu Tok Fin
Mit0u Heavy
Mitsu Chem
MiAu Elec
Mitsu Corp
Mitau Trust
Mitsu Estate
Mitsui
NEC
Nikko
Nikon
Nintendo
Nippon Exp
Nippon Oil
Nippon Shinp
Nippon St
Nissan
Nomura Hidgs
NTT


Oki Elec 370
Olympus 2270
Omron Corp 2400
Pioneer 1655
Ricoh 1723
Sankyo 2220
Sanyo 278
Sekisui 1135
Sharp 1702
Shiseido 1532
Sony 3710
Sumitomo Cp 948
Sumitomo Chm 574
Sumitomo Elc 1261
Sumitomo Tst 693
Taisei Cp 373
Takeda 5750
TDK 7720
Teijin 513
Tokyo Elec 2690
Toppan 1099
Toray 526
Toshiba El 437
Toyota 4250
Yamaha Mot 2085
Yamanouchi 3660
Yamoto 1495
HONG KONG
(Hong Kong Dollar)
BkOEastAsia 23.65
Cathay Pac 14.45
Cheung Kong 24.30
China Light 44.95
Hang Lung Dev 12.35
HangSengBk 107.50
HonkK Elec 36.95
HSBC Holdings 126.40
Hutchn Whmp 75.95
SunHung Kai 80.15
Swire Pacif 74.30
Wharf Hold 29.20
SYDNEY
(Australian Dollar)
Amcor 7.01
ANZ Bk 21.46
BHP 1936
Brambles 831
CC AmatI 7.81
CSR 2.62
Foster's 5.46
Hardle J 8.81
L Lease 13.08
Leighton 12.60
MayneN 4.89
Nat Aust 31.25


News Corp 22.96 23.19
Qantas 3.32 3.34
Santos 10.70 11.11
Westpac 19.75 19.78
Woodside 30.25 30.07
LONDON
(British Pence unless marked)
Allied Dom 694.00 694.00
Amvescap 412.75 415.00
AstraZeneca 2558.00 2480.00
Aviva 654.00 657.50
BAA 603.50 607.50
Barclays 557.00 567.50
B.A.T. 1137.00 1096.00
BG 471.25 469.00
Boc Group 1082.00 1062.00
Boots 605.50 604.00
Brit Air 277.75 280.25
BSkyB 534.50 52550
BP PLC 629.50 630.50
Brit Tel 227.50 229.00
Cable 159.25 159.00
Caddy Schw 548.00 548.00
Centrica 234.50 233.25
Colt Tel 61.75 62.35
Daily Mail 661.50 661.50
Diageo 786.00 785.50
EMI Group 241.75 242.00
Glaxo 1341.00 1340.00
HBOS 864.50 875.00
HSBC Holding 923.00 924.00
ICI 265.50 262.50
ImpI Tobacco 1463.00 1459.00
Kingfisher 257.75 256.50
Land Sec 1393.00 1413.00
Leg & Gen 114.50 114.25
Lloyds 482.00 489.00
Logica 188.00 188.00
Marconi 274.25 271.00
Marks 358.00 358.50
P&0O 314.75 318.25
Pradentl 540.50 540.50
Reed Intl 526.00 526.00
Reuters 386.75 387.50
Rio Tinto 1896.001883.00
Rolls Royce 334.50 342.00
Royal Sun All 90.75 89.00
Ryl Bk of Scot 1694.001705.00
Sainsbury 279.50 280.50
Shell 1806.00 1759.00
Std Chart bk 1110.00 1116.00
Tesco 325.50 321.75
31 Group 712.00 709.00
Unt Bus Media 547.00 545.00
Unilever 550.50 552.00


Whitbread 989.00 977.00
Yell Group 451.25 447.00
JOHANNESBURG
(So African Rand)
Anglo Am PLC 165.75 165.00
FRANKFURT
(Euro)
Adidas-Salomonl49.40 149.04
Allianz-Hold 104.82 105.75
BASF 58.60 58.73
Bayer 29.48 29.58
BMW 38.76 38.75
Commrzbnk 18.43 18.53
DaimlChrysler 40.12 36.49
Degussa 33.79 34.25
Deutsche Bank 71.50 71.59
Deutsch Tele 16.37 16.37
E.ONAG 76.40 76.40
Epcos 12.13 12.28
Fresen Med Care 72.03 71.17
Henkel 77.54 77.71
Karstadt 11.28 11.19
Linde 58.03 58.36
Lufthansa 10.33 10.41
Man 38.42 38.45
Munch Rvrs 96.03 95.94
Porsche 654.01 652.61
RWE 55.26 55.21
SAP 141.81 142.50
Schering 51.90 52.00
Siemens 63.65 64.35
Thyssen Hu 15.49 15.69
TUI 21.63 21.69
Volkswagen 44.76 43.79
Wella 82.15 82.15
BRUSSELS
(Euro)
Bekaert 64.85 64.60
Dexia 18.64 18.78
D'leteren 182.00 182.40
Electrabel 375.30 372.60
GBL 74.60 75.00
Intbev 30.65 30.88
KBC 65.75 65.40
Solvay 89.00 89.60
MILAN
(Euro)
Acea 9.23 9.26
Alitalia 0.24 0.25
Alleanza 9.48 9.63
Autostrade 20.80 20.80
Banca Fideuram 4.20 4.26
Ban Naz Lay 2.67 2.67
Benetton R.19 8.71


Fund Tkr. NAV Chq.
FAM Funds:
Value FAMVX 48.67 -.17
FBR Funds:
SmCap FBRVX 44.55 -.40
FMI Funds:
Focus FMIOX 36.12 -.05
FPA Funds:
Capit FPPTX 44.33 -.06
Nwlnc FPNIX 10.97 .
FPACres FPACX 25.19 -.01
Fairholme FAIRX 24.58 +.05
Federated A:
AmLdrA FALDX 25.65 -.20
CapApA FEDEX 25.66 -.21
HiinBdA FHIIX 8.02 +.02
KaufmA p KAUAX 5.63 -.01
MktOpA p FMAAX 13.05 -.02
US GvtA x FUSGX 7.74 -.04
Federated B:
ALdrBt FALBX 25.70 -.19
FdTcB p FCTEX 5.22 -.02
KaufmBp KAUBX 5.51 -.01
Federated C:
MktOppC FMRCX 12.96 -.02
Federated Instl:
Hi Yld FHYTX 6.05 +.01
Kaufmn KAUFX 5.64 -.01
MidCap FMDCX 22.85 -.05
StockTr FSTKX 38.19 -.30
Fidelity Adv Foc A:
HIthCrAr FACDX 22.93 -.12
Fidelity Adv Fc T:
FinSvcT FAFSX 22.87 -.15
HItCarT FACTX 22.50 -.11
NatReT FAGNX 41.46 -.23
TechT FATEX 15.88 -.13
TIUtlGTt FAUFX 15.10 -.01
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivIntlAr FDVAX 19.38 -.06
EqGrA t EPGAX 46.83 -.28
EqlnAp FEIAX 28.91 -22
MdCpA p FMCDX 25.47 -.06
Fidelity Advisor B:
EqGrB EPGBX 44.16 -.27
GrolncB FGISX 16.29 -.10
MidCpB p FMCBX 24.60 -.06
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divintl FDVIX 19.62 -.06
DivGthI FDGIX 12.03 -.08
EqGrl EQPGX 49.51 -30
EqlnI EQPIX 29.59 -.23
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalancT FAIGX 16.31 -.07
DivlntTp FAOIX 19.22 -.06
DivGrT p FDGTX 11.83 -.09
EMkInT FAEMX 12.06 -.01
EqGrT p FAEGX 46.96 -.29
EqInT FEIRX 29.24 -.23
GrOppT FAGOX 31.20 -.29
HilnAdTp FAHYX 10.05 +.01
MidCpT p FMCAX 25.64 -.06
SmICpTp FSCTX 26.70 +.04
StrInT FSIAX 11.68 -.01
ValStraT FASPX 35.97 -.03
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 FFFBX 12.25 -.03
FF2010 FFFCX 13.90 -.06
FF2020 FFFDX 14.35 -.08
FF2030 FFFEX 14.54 -.08
FF2040 FFFFX 8.54 -.05
FF2015 FFVFX 11.33 -.05
FF2020p FFTWX 11.64 -.06
Income FFFAX 1138 -.03
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGr r FDEGX 17.19 -.05
A Mgr FASMX 16.28 -.07
AMgrGr FASGX 14.99 -.08
AMgrin FASIX 12.83 -.03
Balance FBALX 18.73 -.08
BlueChGr FBGRX 42.60 -31
Canada FICDX 37.81 -.05
CapAP FDCAX 26.70 -.12
Cplncr FAGIX 8.51 *
ChinaRg FHKCX 18.64 +.01
Contra FCNTX 61.20 -.26
CnvSc FCVSX 21.82 -.03
Desti FOESX 13.42 -.11
Destll FDETX 11.75 -.06
DisEq FDEQX 27.04 -.21
Discovery FDSVX 11.12 -.05
oivlti FFDIVX 29.84 -.05
DivGth FDGFX 28.85 -.20
EmrMk FEMKX 14.90 +.06
Eq Inc FEQIX 53.07 -.41
EQII FEQTX 24.27 -.15
Europe FIEUX 37.05 -.05
Export FEXPX 21.15 -.18
Fidel FFIDX 30.69 -.22,
Fifty r FFTYX 21.21 -.15
FItRateHi r FFRHX 9.97
FrInOne FFNOX 25.95 -14
GNMA FGMNX 11.00 -.03
Govtlnc FGOVX 10.20 -.03
GroCo FDGRX 58.55 -.48
Grolnc FGRIX 38.42 -.30
Highlncr SPHIX 8.93 +.01
Indepn FDFFX 18.60 -.09
InProBd FINPX 11.25 -.02
IntBd FTHRX 10.37 -.03
IntGov FSTGX 10.11 -.02
IntlDisc FIGRX 29.40 -.04
IntiSCpr FISMX 25.94 +.03
InvGB FBNDX 7.45 -.02
Japan FSPNX 12.40 -.04
JpnSm FJSCX 13.02 -.06
LatAm FLATX 25.03 +.15
LevCoStk FLVCX 25.48 +.05
LowP r FLPSX 42.68 -.11
Magelln FMAGX 106.35 -.96
MidCap FMCSX 25.42 -.10
MtgSec FMSFX 11.17 -.02
NwMktr FNMIX 14.27 -.01
NwMill FMILX 32.21 -.15
Nordic FNORX 30.93 +.14
OTC FOCPX 35.99 -.26
Ovrsea. FOSFX 3.317 -.11
Purlin FMPURX 819.13 -.11
RealE FRESX 33.68 -.04
STBF FSHBX 8.90 -.01
SInCapnd FDSCX 21.36 -.05
SmIICpSr FSLCX 18.46 -.01
StkSIc FDSSX 23.75 -.19
StrDvIn FSDIX 11.97 -.05
Stratlnc FSICX 10.58
Trend FTRNX 55.39 -.42
USBI FBIDX 11.02 -.03
UlShBd r FUSFX 10.03 *
Utility FIUIX 14.64 -.03
ValStrat FSLSX 37.60 -.03
Value FDVLX 78.40 -.25
Wrldw FWWFX 18.79 -.09
Fidelity Selects:
Air FSAIX 36.51 -.02
Banking FSRBX 38.21 -.35
Blotch FBIOX 59.57 -.37
Brokr FSLBX 62.52 -.42
Chem FSCHX 69.22 -.54
Comp FDCPX 36.06 -.18
DfAer FSDAX 74.18 -.07
DvCm FSDCX 18.87 -.10
Electr FSELX 42.65 -.24
Enrgy FSENX 43.53 -.15
EngSv FSESX 57.31 -.24
FinSv FIDSX 111.13 -.70
Goldr FSAGX 24.18 +.04
Health FSPHX 142.82 -.75
HomF FSVLX 50.34 -.46
InEqp PFSCGX 27.06 -.07
IndMt FSDPX 39.74 -.19
Insur FSPCX 65.96 -.12
MedDI FSHCX 51.02 -.20
MdEqSys FSMEX 25.15 -.17
Multmd FBMPX 45.36 -.46
NtGas FSNGX 36.05 -.09
Paper FSPFX 28.90 -.09
Retail FSRPX 56.16 -.25
Tech FSPTX 62.02 -.49
Telcm FSTCX 37.98.+.04
Trans FSRFX 42.44 +.14
Wireless FWRLX 6.61 +.01
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldx FUSEX 43.72 -.34
ExtMkln FSEMX 34.34 -.11
500Inr FSMKX 85.28 -.66
FL Mur FFLIX 11.67 -.02
Govin SPGVX 10.99 -.03
IntmMu FLTMX 10.06 -.01
Intlln FSIIX 32.38 -.07
InvGrBd FSIBX 10.61 -.03
MAMun FDMMX 12.12 -.02
Muninc FHIGX 13.05 -.02
NJ Munr FNJHX 11.73 -.03
NYMun FTFMX 13.01 -.03
PAMun r FPXTX 10.94 -.02


CibaSpecChm 77.10 77.15
Credit Suisse 54.00 54.45
Holcim Limited 79.70 80.40
Julius Baer 81.80 81.60
Nestle Reg 353.50 353.25
Novartis Reg 62.70 62.60
Richemont 45.40 46.55
Roche dvrt 175.20 175.60
Roche Ordinary 195.70 196.20
Saurer Twin 91.70 93.00
SGS Surveil 968.00 979.50
Swatch Reg 38.05 38.25
Swiss Reins 82.00 82.30
UBS 105.90 105.70
Zurich Fin 229.00 232.00
AMSTERDAM
(Eurol
ABN Amro 20.62 20.53
Aegon 11.82 11.83
Ahold 7.26 7.29
Akzo 33.94 34.04
DSM 62.75 62.25
Elsevier 11.23 11.21
Hagemeyer 2.07 2.09
Heineken 26.25 26.36
ING Group 24.98 25.03
KPN 7.18 7.17


und Tkr. NAV Chg. Fu
tintMu FSTFX 1024 -.01 Ad
otMktln FSTMX 34.34 *.4 St
irst Amer Fds Y: In
oreBd FFIIX 11.19 -.04 Ind
lnc p FAQIX 13.98 -.10 Mi
qidxI p FEIIX 23.09 -.18 Mi
itBd FINIX 9.99 -.02 Sn
Itl FAICX 11.72 -.07 Hi
gCpGrOp FIGWX 28.79 -30 Ad
gCpValp FSKIX 19.71 -.19 Bo
.CpGrOp FISGX 43.04 -30 Ca
fBnd FLTIX 9.95 -.01 Di
first Eagle: St
IbIA SGENX 41.17 -.01 Hi
verseasASGOVX 23.25 +.02 Va
SenGId p SGGDX 15.45 +.02 Hi
first Investors A Co
ExA p FITAX 10.15 -.02 Hi
irsthand Funds: Gr
Commr TEFOX 3.21 Hi
IbTech GTFQX 3.87 SC
*chinnv TIFQX 9.03 -.08 Hi
ech Lead TLFQX 17.75 +.03 Lg
ech Val TVFQX 31.01 -.07 Lg
Irward Funds: Mi
oovSCap FFSCX 19.90 -.16 Mi
Fank/Temp FrnkA: Hu
3EAp AGEFX IC
lIllnvp FRBSX 63.26 -.24 Eq
ioDisA p FBDIX 56.83 -.23 IC,
IllnsA p FRCIX 12.76 -.03 IC
apGrA FKREX 10.91 -.06 Co
lI TF A FPRTX 12.03 -.02 Eq
dTFA p FKTIX 12.24 -.02 HIll
xCpGrA FKCGX 38.39 -.27 Inl
RtDAp FAFRX Ma
LTFAp FRFLX 11.99 -.02 IN
oundAlp FFALX 12.63 -.02 Co
rwthAp FKGRX 35.03 -.24 Hi'
YTFAp FRHIX 10.95 -.01 Int
comAp FKINX Ru
sTFAp FTFIX 12.41 -.02 IN
ATFAp FMISX 12.00 -.03 Int
InsA p FRNYX 11.67 -.03 IN
(TFAp FNYTX 11.96 -.02 TR
eEScAp FREEX 29.43 -.07 IN
sDvAp FRDPX 32.23 -.25 Int
nCG2A p FSGRX 12.35 -.09 Int
MtCpGrA FRSGX 36.29 -.07 IS
ratInc p FRSTX No
SGovAp FKUSX 6.56 -.02 No
ilsA p FKUTX 12.27 -.01 IX
ank/linp Frink Adv: Ha
pTFAdv FAFTX 12.24 -.02 Ha
cmeAd FRIAX S
ank/Temp Frnk B: IX
comeB t FBICX US
ank/Temp Frnk C: Iv
oundAl p FFACX 12.53 -.01 lo
cornCt FCISX o
ank/Temp Mtl A&B: Sr
eacnA TEBIX 16.58 -.03
scA TEDIX 25.83 +.01 In
MropAp TEMIX 20.85 +.08 In
nSvcAp TFSIX 21.35 +.03 MC
IalfdA TEQIX 20.42 -.02 Mc
aresA TESIX 24.03 *
aresB p FMUBX 23.50 In
ank/Temp Mi C In
scCt TEDSX 25.63 +.01 In
CaresC t TEMTX 23.76 -.01 JL
a0nk/Temp TempA: M
'MktA p TEDMX 20.61 +.03 lI
rgnAp TEMFX 12.63 Md
Bd A p TPINX 10.46 +.01 JP0
SCoA p TEMGX 9.84 -.01 Int
rwthAp TEPLX 23.47 -.08 M(
IordA p TEMWX 18.76 TX
ank/Temp Thnp Adv: US
gnAv TFFAX 12.61 -.01 JPl
rthAv TGADX 23.51 -.08 Co
ank/Temp Tlp B&C: Co
rgnCp TEFTX 12.43 -.01 Dv
wthC p TEGTX 22.92 -.07 Dv
E Elfn S&S: Eql
S Ine GESLX 11.41 -.03 Hoi
WSPM GESSX 46.21 -.36 nt
xEx ELFTX 11.89 -.02 In
1sts ELFNX 55.49 -.45 Intl
MO Trust II: nO
reign GMFRX 14.67 -.06 LgI
S Core GMTWX 14.58 -.13 Lg
MO Trust III: MI
urHlntBdGMHBX 9.67 -.01 Sm
orePlBd GUGAX 10.44 -.04 TxF
iMkr GMOEX 18.88 -.03 ult
OD GMCDX 11.52 +.03 jp
r GMOFX 14.72 -.06 Mt
lGrwth G111X 26.95 -.09 Ja
tIntrVI GMOIX 280.85 -.09 al
tSm GMISX 16.63 -.04 Coa
wQlyEq GQETX 20.45 -.16 Col
Core GMCTX 14.61 -.13 EnC
O, Trust IV: .0
Fed'
ICnDt GMDFX 11.52 +.02 FIx
nrMkt GMEFX 18.84 -.03 Fur
reign GMFFX 14.73 -.06 GII
llntrVi GMCFX 28.84 -.09 eI
Cord GMRFX 14.59 -.13 Gr
QualEq GQEFX 20.46 -.16 Gr
MO trust VI: Me
MkVI rGEMMX 18.85 -.03 Md
CorVI GUCRX 14.58 -.13 Oly
abelli Funds: Ori
Cp GABCX 10.11 Ovn
set GABAX 43.71 -.13 SC'
Inc p GABEX 18.53 -.06 SCl
Grwth GICPX 18.92 -.08 Twi
Conv GAGCX 5.78 -.01 Ver
pp p GABOX 14.22 -.03 Wrl
Fel GABTX 17.49 a
ith GABGX 27.55 -.16 For
thers MATRX 10.52 +.01 jam
apG GABSX 30.55 -.14 Si
Aluet GABVX 20.16 -.07 gC
rtmore Fds D: WrI
tionwD MUIFX 21.08 -.13 Jap
rtmore Fds InstI: Jem
Idx GIXIX 8.34 -.04 Biel
BdIdxInxGBXIX 10.95 -.03 IFol
PSOOInsGRMIX 10.65 -.08 Glb
teway Funds: Goi
teway GATEX 25.08 -.02 Gro
enmede Funds: HiY
I GTCIX 18.83 -.08 STo
ildman Sachs A: Tec
pGrA GSCGX 20.20 -.20 Util
ICcA GSGRX 25.66 -.18 Vail
OppsA GGOAX 22.42 -.06 Lem
YieldA GSHAX 8.04 UNe
MuA p GHYAX 1128 -.02 Neo
ICVA p GCMAX 36.99 -.04 Jen
CapA GSSMX 44.18 -.12 Gro
ldman Sachs B: Tec
GrB p GSCBX 18.77 -.19 Jen
ncBp GSGBX 24.98 -.18 Gro
'IdBp GSHBX 8.06 +.01 Stkl
Idman Sachs C: Stkk
IGrC GSPCX 18.74 -.19 Je0n
Idman Sachs Inst: Job
reFxd GSFIX 10.07 -.03 0on
'ield GSHIX 8.06 +.01 Cla.
Muni GHYIX 11.28 -.02 HSc
IdCapV GSMCX 37.27 -.03 LCp
and Prix Funds: Rg6
'rixA p GPFFX 7.41 -.05 Smi
nCntBip GCBLX 16.52 +.05 Svli
ardian Funds: 5trl
rkAA GPAFX 31.35 -.29 US(
rkAvBt GUPBX 30.17 -.28 Joll
ock GUSFX 28.42 -.26 HiYI
rbor Funds: julil
nd HABDX 11.83 -.04 Intll
pAplnstHACAX 30.50 -.15 Intll
r HAINX 44.65 -.18 Kin
nVllnst HASCX 20.89 -.07 Inte
'rtford Fds A: IntE
vrsAp ITTAX 15.44 -.08 Me(
AppAp ITHAX 35.59 -.17 Kot
GthA p IHGIX 19.27 -.08 Gra
CpA p HFMCX 26.72 -.17 LSV
A p IHSTX 168.42 -.11 La
rtford FdsB: US0
AppBp IHCAX 33.11 -.16 Laz
rtford Fds C: Em
pApCt HCACX 33.20 -.16 Intll
rtford HLS IA: Leg
Ind HIABX 11.74 -.04 Opp
PApp rIACX 84.12 -.26 Spl
8Gr HIADX 21.06 -.09 Vail
iLdrs HIALX 17.66 -.15 Leg
tl&loc HIAGX 12.507 -.07 P0F
rtlOppHAGOX 29.59 -.12 Val

Fiatd 6.99 7.16
Generali Assi 26.97 27.12
Mediobanca 15.76 15.02
RAS 16.50 16895
Saipem 12.27 12.31
San Paolo Ml 11.95 11.96
Telecom It Mob n.a. n.a.
PARIS
(Euro)
Air Liquido 146.50 146.70
Alcatel 10.07 10.09
AXA 22.54 22.68
BOP Paribas 59.65 60.50
Bouygues 36.11 35.80
Cap Gemini 27.68 27.38
Carrefour 38.94 38.81
Euro Disney 0.14 0.03
Michelin 50.85 51.25
Lafarge 78.10 79.00
Lagardere SCA 59.55 60.20
L'Oreal 65.10 65.80
LVMH 68.55 69.10
Pernod 138.10 138.00
Peugeot 53.10 52.35
Pinault-Prin 83.25 84.40
Saint-Gobain 49.55 48.11
Societe Gen 90.25 90.75
Suez 22.65 22.66
Thom-CSF 08.70 19.87
Total 207.00 205.80
Vivendi 26.25 26.40
ZURICH
(Swiss Franc)
ABB Reg 8.78 8.74
Adecco 64.45 64.15
Baloise 67.30 67.55


Philips 2239 22.60
Royal Dutch 2536 24.75
Unilever 55.30 55.60
VNU 23.66 23.80
Walter Klu 16.04 16.06
STOCKHOLM
(Swedish Crown)
Atlas A 132.00 133.00
Atlas B 11950 120.00
Electrolux 174.50 175.00
Investor 116.00 115.50
SCA 263.00 263.00
Se-Banken 138.00 140.50
Skanska 100.50 101.50
SKF 91.75 92.05
Stora 103.00 105.00
Sven Handel 16750 166.50
Tele LM Eric 26.60 26.90
Trelleborg 129.00 129.50
Volvo 32550 327.00
MADRID
(Euro)
BanPopular 9.85 9.89
Endesa 18.47 18.55
FCC 46.49 46.67
GasNatural 24.57 2450
Telefonica 13.89 13.90
Telelfon Mov 8.67 8.73
MEXICO CITY
(Mexican Peso)
Alfa A 64.11 64.17
Bimbo A 35.17 34.80
Comerci UBC 14.00 14.07
GCarso Al 22.24 22.11
Kimber A 3838 3837
Maseca B2 6.85 6.85
Televisa CPO 34.88 35.18
Telmex L 10.23 10.43
Walmex V 47.50 47.43
BUENOS AIRES
(Argentine Peso)
Acindar 5.51 5.540
Alpargatas 4.15 4.13
Banco Frances 6.58 6.71
Banco Galicia 3.64 3.64
Renault Arg 0.710 0.720
ComclDelPlata 0.695 0.697
Molinos RP 5.020 4.940
Perez Co 3.880 3.910
Telecom 7.20 7.06
Telefonica 2.26 226
YPF 79.40 79.40
SANTIAGO
(Chilean Peso)
Andina-B 1500.00 1500.00
CMPC 13700.0013600.00
Copec 4780.00 4630.00
Endesa 488.00 491.01
Entel 5675.005750.00
n-a not available.


nd Tkr. NAV Chq.
advisers HADAX 23.54 -.13
ock HSTAX 4736 -31
dex HIAIX 31.86 -.25
tOpp HIAOX 12.38 -.05
idCap HIMCX 30.82 -20
idCpVal HMVIX 13.54 -.04
mallCo HIASX 17.96 -.05
artfordHLSIB:
dvisorsp HAIBX 23.67 -.13
ondp HBNBX 11.66 -.04
pAppp HIBCX 53.84 -.25
v&Gro pHDGBX 20.97 -.09
ock p HIBSX 47.19 -.31
heartland Fds:
ilue HRTVX 49.98 +.12
ennessy Funds:
erGrow HFCGX 19.93 -.23
eritage Funds:
&lncA HRCVX 13.69 -.08
YIdAp HRIDX 7.91 +.01
;apAp HRSCX 34.28 -.11
otchkis & Wiley:
CpVal HWLIX 24.11 -.01
CpVIApHWLAX 24.04 -.02
CpVIA pHWMAX 29.82 -.06
dCpVal HWMIX 29.97 -.06
IssmnStrGrHSGFX 15.93
AP Funds:
ity ICAEX 46.78 -.16
SmCo ICSCX 38.87 -34
ON Fds:
onDisc ICCCX 14.89 -.14
Incl p IOEIX 15.54 -.10
thcare ICHCX 17.29
FoTech ICTEX 8.71 -.04
materials ICBMX 10.73 -.04
G Funds CI A
rpLdrA LEXCX 1837 -.16
YIdAp IHYAX 8.87 *
:ValA p NIVAX 17.59 +.06
ssiaA p LETRX 28.73 +.02
G Funds CI B:
tlSCpBpNAPBX 36.68 +.01
G Partners:
PGrEq I TGIX 51.00 -.37
G T,M,Q&I:
SCpQ NAGUX 38.20 +.01
Vail NIIVX 17.62 +.06
I Funds:
Am px NOAMX 7.45 -.06
IS Advisor Cl A:
arFocVI NRSAX 13.88 -.10
arCVIA NEFOX 13.25 -.09
CrBdA NEFRX 11.48 -.02
SDivrAp NEFSX 19.56 -.09
IS Advisor CI B:
DivBp NESBX 17.52 -.08
SFunds:
reEqCtWTRCX 9.10 -.08
oreEqBtWCEBX 9.04 -.08
at sAplIGNAX 23.78 -.04
Morgan A Class:
v Bal p OGIAX *
G&IAp ONGIX 0
CpVal p JAMCX 23.87 -.11
dCpGrr VHIAX 6.13 -.02
Morgan B Class:
vBal p OGBBX
G&l p ONEBX
Morgan C Class:.
CpVal p JCMVX 23.43 -.10
Morgan InstL:
ICpVal FLMVX 24.21 -.11
Morgan Select
Eq VSIEX 30.00 -.16
CpVal JMVSX
AwEq JPTAX 17.11 -.14
Equity JUESX 11.04 -.09
Morgan Sel CIs:
reBdx WOBDX 10.74 -.08
rePlBd HLIPX
MCpGr HLGEX 25.86 -.09
MCpVI HLDEX 19.76 -.09
Indx HLEIX 28.12 -2
Bondx HLGAX 1030 -.08
YIdBd x OHYFX 8.40 -.05
BondIx SEIFX 10.50 -.07
mTFBdxVSITX 10.77 -.04
ltql OIEAX 20.41 -.09
rdAmer JPIAX 23.89 -.15
CpVI HLQVX 16.05 -.12
CpGr SEEGX 15.32 -.11
iMkNe rOGNIX 11.01 +.01
nCpCor VSSCX 46.14 -.26
FrBdx PRBIX 12.88 -.07
STBd HLGFX
Morgan Ultra:
gBckdxJMBUX 10.54 -.07
iues:
lanced JABAX 21.88 -.13
onhtrarian JSVAX 14.01 -.10
reEq JAEIX 21.87 -.11
terpr JAENX 40.00 -.27
dTE JATEX 7.04 -.02
Bnd JAFIX 9.57 -.03
id JANSX 24.94 -.16
LifeSci r JAGLX .45 -.08
S0pp JGVAX 14.01 -.12
Techr JAGTX 10.99 -.05
nc JAGIX 33.76 -26
rcury JAMRX 21.84 -.14
CpVal JMCVX 23.77 -.06
ympus JAOLX 305 -.12
on JORNX 7.73 -.06
basdr JAoSX 26.28 -.04
Vlnst JSIVX 32.35 -.08
Clnv JSCVX 32.14 -.08
enty JAVLX 46.33 -.43
ntur JAVTX 6030 -.02
IdWr JAWWX 41.29 -.26
ius Adv I Shrs:'
rty JARTX 27.4 -.25
inns Aspen Insti:
anced JABLX 25.01 -.15
CpGr JAGRX 20.35 -.14
dwGr: JAWGX 26.48 -.17
anFd SJPNX 9.78 -.05
nnisonDryden A:
ndA PBQAX 16.41 -.08
ridaA PFLAX 10.21 -.02
TotRtA GTRAX 6.70 -.02
vIncA PGVAX 9.02 -.03
owthA PJFAX 15.13 -.07
IdA p PBHAX 5.79 -
CrpBdAPBSMX 10.97 -.02
hA PTYAX 7.39 -.03
ityA PRUAX 14.02 +.01
iueAp PBEAX 19.54 -.10
nMisonDryden B:
rseyB PBNJX 10.91 -.03
wYorkB PBNYX 11.60 -.02
rnisonDryden C:
wthC PJFCX 13.96 -.06
hC PTYCX 7.06 -.03
anisonDryden Z&:
wtAZ PJFZX 15.53 -.07
Idxl PDSIX 27.71 -.21
IdxZ PSIFX 27.69 -.21
sen JENSX 24.11 -.13
in Hancock A:
ndAp JHNBX 15.17 -.05
ssicVl pPZFVX 23.96 -.11
:iA JHGRX 49.74 -.02
Sel p MSBFX 18.07 -.15
IkA FRBAX 42.43 -.36
CpEqA SPVAX 2038 -.03
nvA p SOVIX 1953 -.16
nAp JHFIX 7.00 +.02
ilbLdr USGLX 28.44 -.19
n Hancock C:
IdCp JHYCX 5.18
us Baer Funds:
Eql r JIEIX 33.59 +23
EqA BJB1X 32.97 +.22
etics Funds:
ernet WWWFX 24.01 -.14
mGr WWWEX 4.50 -.01
lical MEDRX 16.19 -.03
iron Insight
awthff KOGRX 14.55 +.10
ValEq LSVEX 16.15 -.11
dus Funds:
iSmCp USCIX 14.59 -.01
ard Instl:
]Mktl LZEMX 16.43 +.05
Eqlns LZIEX 12.94 +.05
g Mason: Fd
porTrt LMOPX 16.43 -.13
InV p LMASX 48.21 -.27
Trp LMVTX 66.32 -48
g Mason Instil
I SCp LMSIX 11.77 -.07
rFl p LMVFX 71.68 -.41


NEW HIGHS
MR
Accudden
AdvAulo
AmerUs
AmrUspfA
AmHess
AMovilLs
AmWest
AREst
AmRepro n
AnSltsWIr
AmTower
Amedgas
Aplinv
Apex
AquaAm
A=borRT
AshfordHT
AssuredG
8J Svcs
BakrH,
BkMont g
Berkley s
BalProp
Br9id0H
CB REIIIs
CBLAsc s
CMS Eng
CNA Fn
CNH Gbl
CNOOC
CPHgI g
CPFL Enn
CSK Ato
CSS Minds
CedarSh
Cemex
Cenlerpnt
Cmvecer
ChesEng
ChesEn plfB
ChevyC pIC
ChlcB&I s
Chios s I
Clarcors "
Cohen&St n
CohSISU0
CohenSITP
CmlyH8I
CulenFr
CurtWrl
DaimlrC
Danrden
DelphiFn
Denbury
DevDv
DevonEas
DIgilalRlt n
Disl&Srv
DmRsBW
EagleMall
EV EnEq n
EV TxAd
EAndinA
EAndinB
EEIChile
EnbrdgEM
EnbE trs


EncdurSpec
ErnPyTsfr
EnPro
Energy
EqUPrp
EqyOne
EqR pfE
EqtR p[H
FEMSA
FMC Tch
Farlsaac
FedRFy
FdlNFn
FidClyOp n
FstAmCp
FtTrStrHi n
RIshrSd
laRock s
FwrsFdss
Flowservl
GMHCTn
GabUtl
GnCable
GnGrthPrp
GeltyRtlly
GlobalSFe
Goldcrpg
GranileC
GranlPrde
GIPns pI
Guess
HC s
HNI Corp
HanTxAdv
Hanis s
Heio
Heloo
HeicoA
HeimPay
HeitPrp
HighwdP H
HomeProp
Hombeck
ICICI Bk
IShDJDv
IShChin25 n
iShMmMC
iShMrnMG
IShMmMV
IShMmSC
iShMmSG
IShMmSV
RT Inds
IDEX
Imallon
IndiaFd
Indymac
Indymc un
Inbawlg
IonM n
JLG
JonesLL
Kookmin
Korea
LIeNA
LeSa eH
UthiaMot
Loews
Lubys


Fund Tr. NAV Chg.
ValTrinst LMNVX 72.70 -.42
LeuthIdCI LCORX 16.95 -.01
Longleaf Partners
Partners LLPFX 31.60 -.13
Intl LNX 16.20 -.05
SmCap LLSCX 31.81 -.03
Loomis Sayles:
GIBdRt LSGLX 15.45 -.02
LSBondl LSBDX 13.75 +.02
StrIncA NEFZX 1.10 +.02
Lord Abbett A:
AffilAp LAFFX 14.68 -.09
JAIValA LDFVX 12.31 -.06
Balancer LABFX 1151 -.05
BdDebA p LBNDX 7.99 -.01
GvScA p LAGVX 2.61 -.01
MidCpAp LAVLX 23.62 -.06
RsSmCA LRSCX 30.21 -.09
TaxFrAp LANSX 11.60 -.03
RsAmVIp LAMAX 12.59 -.05
TFFLAp LAFLX 4.80 -.01
TxNYAp LANYX 11.36 -.03
Lord Abbett8 :
AffildBp LAFBX 14.71 -.09
BdDbBp LBNBX 7.99 -.01
MidCpV p LMCBX 22.84 -.06
LordAbbett C:
AffildCp LAFCX 14.69 -.09
BdDbCp BDLAX 8.00 -.01
MdCVCp LMCCX 22.77 -.07
Lord Abbett P:
MdCpVI p LMCPX 23.18 -.06
Lord Abbett r
AffY LAFYX 14.71 -.10
MCapVIlpLMCYX 23.63 -.06
MFS Funds A:
MITAp MITTX 17.1 -.16
MIGAp MIGFX 12.66 -.10
BondAp MFBFX 12.92 -.04
CapOpp MCOFX 13.54 -.12
EmGAp MFEGX 33.08 -.17
GITotA p MFWTX 14.25 -.03
GvScA p MFGSX 9.62 -.03
HilnA p MHITX 3.92 *
IntNwDApMIDAX 22.69 +.03
MCapAp OTCAX 9.03 -.06
MuBdA MMBFX 10.72 -.02
MuHiA MMHYX 8.44 -.01
MFLAp MFFLX 10.20 -.02
ResBdAt MRBFX 10.30 -.03
RschAp MFRFX 21.35 -.11
RelnAp MRSAX 16.12 +.04
StValAp MSV1M 1633 -.15
TotRA p MSFRX 16.19 -.09
UtlA p MMUFX 1225 +.01
ValueAp MBAX 23.98 -.16
MFS FRnds B:
MA ITB MrEBX 17.47 -.16
CapOpB MCOBX 12.46 -.11
EmGBt MEGBX 3056 -.16
MIGB MIGBX 11.60 -.09
GIToB MFWBX 14.45 -.03
MCapB OTCBX 0.59 -.06
TotRBI MTRBX 16.19 -.08
U001B MMUBX 12.21 +.01
ValueB MFEBX 23.85 -.15
MFS Fuids C:
To=tC MTRCX 16.25 -.08
ValueCt MEICX 23.82 -.16
MFS FuRds I:
RelnTt MRSIX 16.47 +.03
Value MEIIX 24.08 -.15
MFS Funds Instl:
IntlEq MIEIX 16.25 +.01
MMA Prais:
CoreStkBMMPGX 13.70 -.09
IntmlncB xMMPlX 9.84 -.05
IntlBp MMPNX 10.60 -.01
MainStay Funds A:
HiYldBAxMHCAX 6.39 -.03
MainStay Funds B:
CapApBt MCSCX 28.42 -.29
HYIdBBtxMKHCX 636 -.04
MaStay Fuinds I:
MAP I MUBFX 35.92 -.07
SPSOOIdx MSPIX 28.67 -.22
Mairs &Power
Growth MPGFX 72.22 -.20
Managers Rinds:
FremntBd MBDFX 10.48 -.03
CapAp MGCAX 27.17 -.19
EmMkEq MEMEX 18.45 +.05
GloNbalBd MGGBX 21.56 +.06
IntODGv MGIDX 10.60 -.82
ShDurGv MGSDX 9.63
SpdEq MGSEX 93.15 -.38
Maersico Rinds:
Focus p MFOCX 17.14 -.12
Growp MGRIX 18.15 -.12
MessMutual lncA
CoreBdS MCBDX 11.12 -.03
Master Select
Equity MSEFX 1537 -.11
Inu MSILX 18.32 +.11
Matthlews Aslan:
AsiaPac r MPACX 13.28 +.01
AsianG&l MACSX 17.27 +.03
PacTiger MAPTX 17.78 +.06
Melton Funds
BnndFdx MPBFX 1255 -.08
EmgMkts MEMKX 22.57 +.02
IndlFd MPITX 15.77 -.01
LgCpStkx MPLCX 9.93 -.08
MdCpStk MPMCX 14.75 -.06
NtIntMu MPNIX 13.18 -.01
SmCpStk MPSSX 17.62 -.10
MergerFd MERFX 15.71 +.02
Meridian Rinds:
Growth MERDX 37.34 -.25
Value MVALX 39.53 -.16
Memrill ynch A
BalCapA pMDCPX 26.89 -.17
BaVIA p MDBAX 32.24 -.13
EuroAp MDEFX 17.52 +.02
FdGrAsp MDFGX 17.88 -.12
GIAIA p MDLOX 16.89 0
HealthApMDHCX 6.68 -.05
S&PS00 p MDSRX 15.19 -.12
USGovt MOFSX 10.19 -.02
Merill lynch B:
BaVIB t MOBAX 3155 -.13
EuroBt MBEFX 15.19 +.02
FndlGB t MBFGX 16.34 -.11
FLMBt AMBFMX 10.47 -.02
GIAIB t MBLOX 16.57 *
MNEUBt MBNLX 1039 -.02
ValueOpp tBSPX 24.78 -.08
Merril lynch C:
BaVlCt MCBAX 30.80 -.12
FdGrC t MCFGX 16.43 -.11
GIAICt MCLOX 16.10 *
Merrill lynchI:
IntlVal MAIVX 27.32 +.07
BalCapl MACPX 26.96 -.17
BaVII MABAX 32.41 -.13
CrBPtIt MAHQX 11.74 -.03
FundlGI MAFGX 18.29 -.12
GIAll t MALOX 16.93 *
GblTchl MAGTX 7.64 -.08
GIbVal MAVLX 14.03 1
Mnlnl MAMIX 7.94 -.01
MNatll MANLX 10.60 -.02
NatsTrt MAGRX 4493 -.07
S&P500 MASRX 15.25 -.12
ValueOpp MASPX 27.48 -.09
Metro West Fds:
TotRtBdl MWTIX 9.75 -.02
Midas Rinds:
Midas FI MIDSX 1.97
MonetlaRnids:
BalancA p MBALX 10.82 -.05
BIChipA p MLCEX 6.09
MCapAp MMCEX 7.58 -.04
Monetta MONTX 11.49 .08
SelTchA p MSCEX 7.87 -.07
MontagGrI MCGIX 23.93 -.11
Morgan Stanley A:
AmOppA AMOAX 25.52 -23
DivGthiA DIVAX 35.57 -.28
EqWtdA p VADAX 39.46 -23
GIbDvA GLBAX 13.91 -.08
HiYIdA HYLAX 1.79 *
USGvtA USGAX 9.14 -.03
Morgan Stanley B!
AmOppB AMOBX 23.99 -3
DivGtB DIVBX 35.70 -.29
EqWtdB VADBX 38.93 -.23
EurnmB EUGBX 16.15 -.07
GrwthB GRTBX 12.80 -.09
PacGrB TGRBX 14.45 -.06
SP500B SPIBX 12.96 -.10
SpcValB SVFSX 20.96 -.09
USGvtB USGBX 9.15 -.03


MDU Res
MSC Ind
Macertch
MLSP07
MetUfe
MetLifeun
MetrasCos
Melso
MexicoFd
MidwGm
Millerlnds
MillsCp
Monsnto
Moody s
MS IndIa
MS*c
MunyQ02
NatcoG
NatFnPrl
NatFuGas
NIHIthinv
NOilVarco
NatwHP
NBREInco
NCADvA
NvDvwsDiv
NNYMV
NuvPP
NvSMM
NSTF12
OGE0Engy
Oceanaer
OiStales
OldRepub
ONEOK
PPLCorp
PeabdyE s
Pediatrx
PennVa
PenRE
Perini Cp
PetChina
PetRes
Praxair
Prrnew g
Prola pfF
PSEG
SPSEG un
QuanlaSvc
Quinenc
RAITIn1
REIncoFd
Recksn
RgcyCtrs
RenalCae
Revbon
RogCmkg
Rowan
Saks8
SalmSBF
SFeEnTr
SciAtlania
SequaA
SequaB
SlenrPac
SierPples
SierPieson
SimonProp
Simon p0l


SmedvA
SocOAM
SMItelFn s
StoneEn
SturmR
SunaFAlpn
Sunoco
Sunocowi
SupEnrgy
Supvalu
Wm tryn
T Autso
TalismE g
Technip

Travi32
TriContl
Tdumph
TrizecPr
UGI Corp s
vjUSG
UnionPac
UldAuto
Unidrin
UrsldBid
VKCAV
Vestosp
Venlas
VedFone n
VkJidSanNg
Vomnado
VulcanM
W-H Egy
Waigm
WaLsco
Wealthbnt
WtWatch
WeosMk
Wendys
Westcp
WstnGasR
WileyJA
W leyJB
WocEn
Yorkln
ZenNII
NEW LOWS
AGLCappf
BkOne p/
Bears plE
CANTV
CotCwde26
CoitFTU27
Corls S037
EgyEs3l
FstTtMIgn
HRPTp1A
HoCT pfF
Hm
Kelwood
LeggRat
MaldenB n
ParPharm
Trbun29


Fund Tbr. NAV Ch.
Value p VLUBX 12.96 -.08
Morgan Stanley :
AmOppO AMODX 26.06 -.24
GrowthD GRTDX 13.79 -.10
IntValD IVQDX 12.89 -.07
TaxExD TAXDX 11.78 -.02
nStanleyuInst
EIrMkt MGEMX 21.48 -.02
CrPIFInst MPFIX 11.65 -.03
IntlSCpA MSISX 25.98 -.04
IntlEq MSIQX 21.14 -.12
IntfEq8p MIQBX 20.98 -.11
LtdDur MPLOX 1035 -.01
MCGrAdpMACGX 22.64 -.04
SmCGr8 pMSSMX 13.26 +.04
USReal MSUSX 25.98 -.11
ValueAdv MPVAX 18.06 -.11
MuMhenk MUHLX 86.33 -.73
Munder Funds C/II:
HIthereC pMFHCX 23.23 -.12
Murder Funds Y:
RIEstEY MURYX 24.42
Mutual Series:
FimSvZ TEFAX 2135 +.02
BeacnZ BEGRX 16.67 -.03
DiscZ MDISX 26.08 +.01
QualfdZ MQIFX 20.55 -.01
SharesZ MUTHX 24.19
Nations Funds Inv A
FocEqAt NFEAX 19.04 -.13
IntlValAr NIVLX 21.94' +.04
MarsGrAtNMGIX 18.14 -.11
Nations Funds Pri Ak
BdFdPrA NSFIX 9.86 -.03
CnScPrA NCIAX 17.46 -.05
FucEqAt NFEPX 1932 -.13
IntMPA NINMX 10.12 -.01
IntEqPA NIEQX 13.79 +.04
IntVIPrA EMIEX 22.05 +.04
LgCpldPA NINDX 23.98 -.19
MarsGrPr NGIPX 1838 -.12
MarlnOprNMOAX 11.44 +.04
MdCplPA NMPAX 11.87 -.03
STInPA NSTMX 9.81 -.01
STMPA NSMIX 10.21 *
SmCpIPA NMSCX 21.10 -.10
StrGrPrA NSEPX 12.64 -.12
ValuePA NVLUX 1357 -.09
Navellier Perfonn:
MidCpG NPMDX .27.75 +.01
NeedhamFunds:
Growth p NEEGX
Neuberger&Benn Inv.
Focus NBSSX 37.81-1.28
Genesis NBGNX 33.67 -.05
Geneslnst NBGIX 46.15 -.07
Guard NGUAX 1733 -.15
Hilnoald NBHIX 932 -.01
Int r NBISX 20.05 +.03
Manhat NMANX 7.46 -.04
Partner NPRX 28.43 -.21
SocResp NBSRX 22.75 -.19
Neubepger&Beml 10
Genesis NBGEX 48.13 -.08
NevisFdr NEVIX 13.43 -.10
NewAlt NALFX 36.20 -.18
Nicholas Gro
Nich NICSX 62.47 *.26
NichLtI NCLEX 20.97 -.02
Northeast Investors:
Growth NTHFX 1739 -.08
Trust NTHEX 7.76 +.01
Northern Rinds:
Fixin NOFIX 10.04 -.03
GrEq NOGEX 16.50 -.16
HlYFlnc NHFIX K .22
IntTxEx NOITX 10.38 -.01
IntGrEq NOIGX 10.31 -.03
LgCapVal NOLVX 138 2 -.089
SmCpGr NSGRX 10.97 -.06
TxEXpt NOTEX 10.70 -.02
Technly NTCHX 11.43 -.10
USGovt NOUGX 9.94 -.02
Northern Instl Fds:
EqldxA 8EIAX 15.72 -.12
Nuveen CI A:
FLMB p FLOTX 10.25 -.02
HYMuBdpNHMAX 22.12 -.03
GrwthAp NRGAX 20.92 -.16
NuneenCliB:
GrwthBp NRGBX 19.77 -.16
LrgCVB p NNGBX 26.04 -.11
NveenCI R:
InMun R NTNX 11.00 -.02
IntDMBd NUVBX 9.09 -.01
Oak Assoc s:
PInOkAg P00SX 2137 -.09
WhlitOkSGWOGSX 32.61 -30
OakValue OAKVX 31.15 -.24
Oalonii Raids N
EQtylncr OAKBX 124.38 -.09
Goial OAKGX 2289 -.08
Intol r OAKIX 22.43 -.03
IntSmCp r OAKEX 21.88 +.17
Oakmark rOAKMX 42.14 -.29
Selectr 0AM11 3451 -.29
OMlWesthwRclf:
Ind O0EIX 10.54 -.01
MidCpEq pOWMCX 17.83 +.01

FinAleIrtC OFALX 18.24 -.20

AMTFMu OPTAX 10.16 -.03
AMTFrNY OPNYX 12.96 -.01
BalancA p OPASX 14.37 -.06
CapApA p OPTFX 41.84 -.31
CaplncApOPPEX 12.65 -.05
ChlncAp OPCHX 954 +.01
DvMktApODMAX 30.75 -.01
Disc p OPOCX 44.03 -.11
EquityA OEQAX 11.41 -.07
GlobAdp OPPAX 63.48 -.32
GIbOppA OPGIX 33.73 -.16
Gold p OPGSX 17,98 -.03,
GrthA p OPPSX 28.87 -.23
HiYdAp OPPHX 9.55 +.01
IntBdA p OIBAX 5.89 +.01
IntGrwp OIGAX 19.49 -.08
LTGvAp OPGVX 10.04 -.01
LdmhMu OPITX 15.89 -.01
MStFdA MSIGX 36.43 -.28
MnStOA pOMSOX 13.58 -.09
MSSCAp OPMSX 21.36 -.07
RIAstA p QRAAX 832 +.06
S&MdCpVIQVSCX 34.09 -.11
StrlnA p OPSIX 4.31
Oppenheimer B:
CpAppBp OTGBX 38.47 -.29
GoblBt OGLBX 59.30 -30
GIbOppB OGGIX 32.36 -.16
HiYItdBOt OHYBX 9.40 *
IntBdBt OIBBX 5.87 +.01
MnStFdB OMSBX 35.25 -.28
StrlncBt OPSGX 4.32

GlolCp OGLC 03.25 -31
MnStFdC MIGCX 3524 -.28
StrlWnCt OSICX 430 *
QBaIA QVGIX 1-852 -.06
QBaIC QGR0X 18.23 -.06
QBaIB QGRBX 18.21 -.07.
QlntYnApQIVAX 19.82 -.00
QOpptyA QVOPX 32.8 -.14
Oppenheimer Roc
LtdNYA p LTNYX 3384
LNYCt LTNCX 337
RONtMuCtORNCX 12.67 -02
RONtMuBtORNBX 12.72 -.02
RoMu A p RMUNX 18.38 -.03
RCNtMuA ORNAX 12.69 -.02
OppenheimerY6
CapAppY OTCYX 42.91 -.32
PBHG RFads:
CliprFoc PBFOX 17.20 -.10
Growth PBHGX 20.26 *
LgCapGr PBHLX 20.84 -.22
LCpGrCon PLCPX 15.14 -23
TechCm PBTCX 11.18 -.14
PIMCO Amin PIMS:
PJRetAdp PARRX 1131 -.02
ShtlAdp PSFAX 10.02 "
TotRtAd PTRAX 10.69 -.03
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AIAlset PAAIX 13.07 -.02
ComodRR PCRIX 15.95 +.02
Divinc PDIIX 11.14 -.02
EmMhkBd PEBIX 11.10 -.01
FrGiBd PFORX 10.74 -.01
018Bd PIGLX 9.84 -.03
H0Y7d PH1YX 9.91 -.01
LOWDU PTLDX 10.10 -*01
ModDur PMDRX 10.23 -.03


Ytd. Close
CORPORATION BONDS
AMR9S16 11.25 80
AT&T7W206 7.33 102%
AT&T7307 7.40 104%/4
AT&T6s09 5.79 103%A
AT&T61/213 6.03 1077/8
ATTBdb 9.45s22 6.86 13734
AmFnGp 71*09 6.66 107
BellsoT7s25 6.07 1151/V4
BurN 8.15s2P 6.76 1201/2
CIT Gp 5/e8 5.61 104:7
DeloOR 80W7 8.73 987/8
Delphi 7'/9' 9.60 741/4


Fund Tkr. NAV Chg. I Fund Tkr. NAV Chq. Fund Tkr. NAV Ch.


FRnd TIr. NAV Cho.
RealRet PRAIX 11.89 -.05
RealRtnl PRRIX 1131 -.02
ShortT PTSHX 10.02 *
StksPls PSTKX 10.08 -.08
TotRt PTTRX 10.69 -.03
TRII PMBIX 10.11 -.04
TRIll PTSAX 9.44 -.03
PIMCO Funds A:
AllAssetp PASAX 13.01 -.03
ComRRp PCRAX 15.87 +.02
HiYIdA PHDAX 9.91 -.01
LwDurA PTLAX 10.10 -.01
RealRtAp PRTNX 1131 -.02
TotRUA PTTAX 10.69 -.03
PIMCO Rinds Admin:
HiYldA p PHYAX 9.91 -.01
PIMCO Funds B:
RealRtBt PRRBX 1131 -.02
TRRtBt PTT8X 10.69 -.03
PIMCO Rounds C:
AIIAsset t PASCX 12.93 -.03
ComRRp PCRCX 15.76 +.02
HiYIdC PHDCX 9.91 -.01
LwDurCt PTLCX 10.10 -.01
RealRtCp PRTCX 1131 -.02
TotRC t PTTCX 10.69 -.03
PIMCO Funds D:
CommRRpPCRDX 15.88 +.02
RealRtnp PRRDX 1131 -.02
TRtn p PTTDX 10.69 -.03
Parnassus Funds:
Eqtylnco PRBLX 2553 -.12
Pax Wodd:
Balanced PAXWX 23.2 -.08
Growth PXWGX 12.25 +.02
Paydfedunlds:
MktRet PYMRX 10.62 -.07
PennMtCp RYPCX 10.47 -.03
Phoenix Funds:
BalRtnA PABRX 27.37 -.15
PhoenixFuids A:
BalanA PHBLX 14.91 -.07
CapGrA PHGRX 15.04 -.09
EmMktA PEMAX 8.45 *
GrincA PDIAX 14.92 -.12
MidGrA PHSKX 15.73 -.10
MuIFI A NAMFX 10.82 -.02
ReEA PHRAX 2829 *
PhoenixFunds B:
CapGrB PGTBX 13.85 -.08
EmMktBpPEMBX 8.26 *
Pioneer Funds A:
HiYldA p TAHYX 11.41 -.03
IntlVaA PIIFX 1753 -.08
MdCVAp PCGRX 26.81 -.18
PiondAp PIODX 4339 -35
RIEstA PWREX 27.69 -.06
StrGr PAAFX 16.13 -06
ValueAp PIOTX 1830 -.10
PioneerR Funds B:
HiYIdBt TBHYX 11.46 -.03
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYIdCt PYICX 11.56 -.03
Prefened Group!
IntlVal PFIFX 16.49 -.11
Price Funds Adv:
BIChipp PABGX 31.70 -.26
Eqlncp PAFDX 26.92 -.14
Growth p TRSAX 27.32 -.20
HIYId p PAHIX 7.06 +.01
Price Rmnds:
Balance RPBAX 19.80 -.10
BIChip TRBCX 31.71 -.26
CapApp PRWCX 2036 -.07
DvSmGr PRDSX 13.63 -.02
DivGm PRDGX 2330 -.15
EmMkt8 PREMX 13.89 -.02
EmMktS PRMSX 22.758 +.05
EqInc PRFDX 26.097 -.14
Eqlndex PREIX 3321 -.26
Europe PRESX 2039 -.07
Extlndx PEXMX 14326 -.05
FnSvcs PRISX 23.30 -.19
LIontm FLTFX 10.88 -.02
GNMA PRGMX 955 -.01
Growth PRGFX 27.50 -.21
Grin PRGIX 22.24 -.15
HtthSci PRHSX 24.01 -.07
HlYield PRHYX -7.07
ntBond RPIBX 9.70 *
IotDis PRIOX 3529 +.01
Intl Gu& TRIGX 13.03 -.04
InlStk PVIRX 13.13 -.03
Japan PRJPX 8.56 -.03
LatAm PRLAX 19.68 +.15
MDBond MDXBX 10.75 -.02
MediaTI PRMTX 30.95 8
MidCap RPMGX 53.52 -.21
MCapVal TRMCX 24.13 -.07
NAmer PRWAX 33.99 -28
NAsia PRASX 1156 -.01
New Era PRNEX 3901 -.11
N Hodz PRNHX 32.04 -.06
N Inc PRCIX 9.07 -.02
NJ Bond NJTFX 11.81 -.02
NYBond PRNYX 11.40 -.03
PSBal TRPBX 18.63 -.09
PSGrow TRSGX 22.79 -.13
RealEst TRREX 20.09 -.02
R2010 TRRAX 14.45 -.06
R2020 0TRRBX 1537 -.07
R2030 TRRCX 16.04 -.07
R2040 TRRDX 16.11 -.08
SciTec PRSCX 19.60 -.14
ShtBd PRWBX 4.70 -.01
SmCpStk OTCFX 3332 -.09
SmCapVal PRSVX 38.14 -.21
SpecGr PRSGX 17.64 -.08
Specin RPSIX 11.94 -.03
TFInc PRTAX 10.06 -.02
TFrH PRFHX. 11.98 -.02
ITFrSI PRFSX 537 *
Toaindex POMIX 1333 -.09
USTLg PRULX 12.07 -.10
Value TRVLX 23.67 -.09
Principal Inv:
PtrLVIn PLVIX 13.89 -.09
PtrLGIIn PLGIX 8.19 -.06
PIiFunds InC CI:
RealEstat REPIX 42.13 -.10
PurisimaRinds:
TotRetp PURIX 18.91 -.10
PutnamRiFunds A:
AmGvAp PAGVX 9.01 -.02
AABalAp PABAX 10.97 -.04
AAGrAp PAEAX. 11.73 -.03
DvrlnA p PDINX 10.26 -.01
EqlnA p PEYAX 17.98 -.13
EuEq PEUGX 21.56 +.13
FLTxA PTFLX 931 -.01
GeoAp PGEOX 18.40 -.11
GIbEqtyp PEQUX 8.80 -.03
GrIlnAp PGRWX 19.91 -.13
HIthA p PHSTX 64.09 -.24
HIYA p PHIGX 8.10 *
lcmA p PINCX 6.83 -.02
IntEqp .POVSX 24.16 +.08
IntCapOp PNVAX 25.88 4.13
InvAp PINVX 1321 -.14
NwOpAp PNOPX 43.87 -34
NwValAp PANVX 18.61 -.12
OTCAp POEGX 7.65 -.03
RATE PTEPX 9.18 -.01
RsrlchAp PNRAX 14.49 -.12
TxExA p PTAEX 8.87 -.01
TFnA p PPNAX 15.07 -.02
TFHYA PTHAX 13.01 '.01
USGvA p PGSIX 13.19 -.01
VstaAp PVISX 10.11 -.05
VoyAp PVOYX 17.16 -.17
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt PCABX 18.87 -.14
ConvBt PCNBX 17.08 -.04
DvrdinBt PSIBX 10.18 -.01
Eqlnc t PEQNX. 17.83 -.13
EuEq PEUBX 20.76 +.12
FLTxB t PFLBX 930 -.02
GeoBt PGEBX 18.22 -.10
.GrInBt PGIBX 19.61 -.14
H0Bt PHSBX 5838 -22
HiYMdBt PHBBX 8.06 *
IndEqp POVBX 23.21 +.07
InvBt PNVBX 12.11 -.13
NwOpBt PNOBX 39.46 -31
OTCB t POTBX 6.77 -.02
RosrchBt PRFBX 13.77 -.11
VIStaB t PVTBX 8.83 -.05
VoyB.t PVOBX 14.95 -.15
Putnam FunRds C:
GrOppC p POGCX 12.60 -.13
Putnam FUnds M:
Dwilcp PDVMX 10.17 -.01
Putnam Rmnds Y:
George PGEYX 18.45 -.11


Gr&lnc PGIYX 19.95 -.13
Income PNCYX 6.87 -.03
IntEq POWX 24.33 +.07
Voy PVYYX 17.73 -.17
RS Funds:
RSEmGp RSEGX 32.90 +.02
RSIAge p RSIFX 15.94 -.07
RSNtRsp RSNRX 30.28 +.04
RSPart RSPFX 37.96 -.13
Value RSVAX 24.00 -.10
SmCoGrp RSSGX 23.59 -.07
Rainier Inv Mgot
SmMCap RIMSX 31.71 -.06
Reynolds Funds:
BIChGrp RBCGX 29.52 -.24
Oppty p ROPPX 17.02 -.06
Royce Funds:
LwPrStkr RYLPX 15.56 -.02
MicroCapl RYOTX 16.20 +.02
Opptyl r RYPNX 13.73 -.04
PennMulrPENNX 10.94 -.02
Premier r RYPRX 16.13 *
SpecEqlr RYSEX 19.67 -.14
TotRetlIr RYTRX 12.94 -.01
Russell Funds S:
DivBdS RDBSX 23.66 -.07
DivEqS RDESX 45.20 -.24
EmerMktsREMSX 16.68 +.05
IntlSecS RISSX 63.11 -.03
MstrtBdS RMSSX 10.49 -.03
QuantEqS RQESX 38.97 -.32
RESecS RRESX 50.08 -.10
ShDrBdS RFBSX 18.78 -.01
SpecGrS RSPSX 54.69 -.19
Russell Inst I:
EqIl REASX 31.31 -.17
Eq Q I REDSX 35.83 -.29
FixInc I RFASX 21.09 -.06
Intl I RINSX 39.01 -.02
Russell LfePts C:
BalStrCp RBLCX 11.04 -.04
Russell LfePts D:
BalStratp RBLDX 11.11 -.04
Rydex C Class:
JunoC p RYJCX 17.37 +.20
Rydex Dynamic.
Tmpt500p RYTPX 40.60 +.63
Titan500 p RYTNX 39.02 -.62
VIctyl00 p RYVYX 2150 -.38
VntrlO00p RYVNX 20.40 +.34
Rydex Investor:
Biotech RYOIX 20.87 -.16
Juno RYJUX 18.09 +.21
Nova RYNVX 27.86 -30
OTC RYOCX 10.83 -.09
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxA TRLVX 10.49 -.03
EMktDbt SITEX 11.30
EmMktAp SIEMX 14.54 +.01
EqldxA TRQIX 37.98 -.30
HIld SHYAX 8.62 *
IntMunlA SEIMX 10.92 -.01
SInlEqA SEITX 11.244.+05
IntFixA SEFIX 11.75 +.06
LgCGrmA SELCX 1931 -.14
LgCValA TRMVX 22.26 -.16
SmCGrA SSCGX 18.02 -.08
SmCValA SESVX 21.95 -.07
TxMgLC TMLCX 11.77 -.08
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkt SSEMX 17.23 4.08
SP500 SVSPX 20.35 -.16
SmCap SVSCX. 30.20 -.13
STI Classic
CapAppT STCAX 12.47 -.11
GrwIncTpCRVAX 16.86 -.10
HiYldl x SAMHX 11.09 -.01
SmCpGT SSCTX 22.12 -.11
TxSnGrT p SLAX 25.26 -.19
TxSnGrLt SITFX 23.68 -.19
VallncTp STVTX 12.86 -.08
Salomon Brothers:
H)YIdA SAHYX 8.51
InvValO SAIFX 20.94 -.12
SmCGBt SBSMX 15.14 -.07
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqln SNAEX 11.33 -.07
Schwab Funds:
DivEqlnv SWDIX 13.19 -.07
DivEqSel SWDSX 13.19 -.07
IntSSr rSWISX 16.40 -.07
MTAlSEq SWEGX 11.64 -.08
MTGro SWHGX 16.96 -.09
10001nvr SNXFX 35.94 -.25
lOOOSel SNXSX 35.96 -35
S&P Inv SWPIX 19.14 -.15
S&P 5el SWPPX 19.2 -.14
S&PlnstSI ISLCX 9.74 -.08
SmCplnv SWSMX 23.6 -.11
SmCpSI SWSSX 23.40 -.11
TotBond SWLBX 10.01 -.02
YIdPIsl SWYPX 9.68 *
YIdPlsSI SWYSX 9.68
Scudder Funds A:
CapGrth p SDGAX 45.57 -34
DrHiRA KDHAX 44.53 -.34
HiincA KHYAX 5.52 +.01
MgdMuni pSMLAX 9.18 -.01
NYTxA KNTAX 11.00 -.01
RREEFp RRRAX 22.92 -.06
StratlncA KSTAX 4.79 -.01
TechA KTCAX 11.17 -.09
TotRetA KTRAX 9.17 -.05
USGovA KUSAX 8.53 -.01
Scudder Funds B:
DreHiRB KDHBX 44.38 -.35
Scudder Funds C: 1
DreHiRC KDHCX 44.43 -.34
Scudder Funds S:
Devel SCDVX 21.72 -.07
EmMkIn SCEMX 11.19 -.02
EmMkGrrSEMGX 19.73 +.01
GNMAS SGINX 14.94 -.03
GLbBdS r SSTGX 10.17 -.01
GlobalS SCOBX 28.69 -.08
Gold&Pr, SCGOX 15.26.: -.02
GrnlncS SCDGX 2251 .-.21
HIthCare rSCHLX 24.54c -.07
HiYidTx SHYTX 12.91 -.01
Incomes SCSBX 12.91 -.04
IntTxAMT SCMTX 1131 -.02:
Intl FdS SCINX 45.98 -.21
LgCoGr SCQGX 24.74 -.19
MgdMuniSSCMBX 9.19 -.01
MATFS SCMAX 14.53 -.02
PacOpps rSCOPX 14.63 -.02
SPS00S SCPIX 1639 -.13
ShtTmBdS SCSTX 10.02 *
Scudder Insti:
Eq5001L BTIIX 139.88 -1.08
LfLngIL BTAMX 11.40 -.05
Scudder Investment:
Eq5001nv BTIEX 138.43 -1.07
IntlEq BTEQX 23.78 -.11
Security Funds:
Equity SECEX 6.61 -.05
Selected Funds:
AmShD SLADX 38.39 -.30
AmShSp SLASX 38.34 -.30
Seligman Groupn:
ComunAt SLMCX 26.21 -.14
GrowthA SGRFX 4.04 -.04
HYdBDt SHYDX 3.44 *
MAMuniA SMATX 8.17 -.01
Sentinel Group:
ComS A p SENCX 30.15 -.18
InUEqAp SWRLX 17.61 -.12
SmCoAp SAGWX 7.97 +.02
Sequoia SEQUX1I51.93 -.61
SkylneEq SKSEX 30.99 -.08
Smith Barney A:
AgGrA p SHRAX 100.44 -.93
ApprA p SHAPX 14.79 -.10
FdValAp SHFVX 15.26 -.09
LgCpGAp SBLGX 22.74 -.18
MgMuA pSHMMX 15.47 +.03
MCapCApSBMAX 2338 -.10
MDLCGV0 t SPSAX 9.16 -.07
MuFLA SBFLX 12.89 +.03
SBCplnc SOPAX 17.09 -.06
Smith Bmy Alloc B:
GrthB t SGRBX 12.50 -.07
Smith Barney B&P:
AgGrB t SAGBX 90.13 -.84
ApprOt SAPBX. 14.47 -.10
Financial p SBFBX 15.51 -.14
FValB t SFVBX 1435 -.08
HthScFBpSBHBX 12.71 -.03
HilnB t SHIBX 6.97 +.01
LgCpGBt SBLBX 21.45 -.17
MDLCGB0 t SPSOX 0.89 -.06
TchFdBt SOTOX 4.04 -.03
TotRtnBt TRBBX 11.51 -.03


Smith Barney C:
AggGrC SAGCX 90.73 -.84
FdValC SFVCX 14.34 -.09
HIthSciC SBHLX 12.71 -.03
HincC SHICX 6.98 +.01
LgCapC p SLCCX 21.44 -.17
MDLCGC tSPSLX 8.89 -.06
Smith Barney 1:
DvStrl CSGWX 1732 -.10
Smith Barney Y:
AggGroY t SAGYX 10424 -.96.
LgCpGrY SBLYX 23.42 -.19
SoundSh SSHFX 37.68 -.18
Spectra Funds:
Fund N SPECX 6.74 -.03
St FarmAssoc.
Balan STFBX 50.44 -.21
Gwth STFGX 49.43 -.27
Sterling Capital:
SCapVal SPSCX 18.46 -.01
Strategic Partners:
IntValA PISAX 21.10 -.02
Stratton Funds:
Dividend STMDX 38.37 -.04
SunAmerica Funds:
NwCenA pSEGAX 18.26 -.07
NwCenB t SEGBX 16.13 -.06
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp SSFAX 18.10 -.13
TCU ShDur TCUDOX 956 -.01
TCW Galileo Fds:
SelEqty TGCEX 19.54 -.22
ValueOpp TGVOX 2330 -.14
TCW Galileo N:
SelEqN p TGCNX 19.13 -.22
Tamarack Funds:
MicroCpValTMVSX 21.94 -.11
Value TVASX 45.94 -.37
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp TEEMX 16.81 +.03
ForEqS TFEQX 20.98 *
Third Avenue Fds:
Intir TAVIX 2023 +.15
RIEstVIr TAREX 3026 -.08
SmICap TASCX 24.47 -.06
Value TAVFX 57.30 -.12
Thompson Plumb:
Growth THPGX 45.96 -.48
Thornburg Fds:
IntValAp TGVAX 21.70 +.05
LtMuAp LTMFX 13.62 -.01
ValueA TVAFX 32.37 -.21
Thrivent Fds A:
HiYd x LBHYX 5.17
LgCpStk AAGX 26.32 -20
MidCpGr LBMGX 14.77 -.05
MidCpSk AASCX 17.79 -.05
MuniBd xAAMBX 11.47 -.02
Tocquoeville Fds:
Gold t TGLDX 31.70 -.08
Torray Funds:
Fund TORYX 40.74 -26
Insti TORRX 116.39 -.79
Touchstone Family:
EmGrAi p TEGAX 23.03 -.17
TA IDEX A:
JanGrowp IDETX 24.49 -.18
TA IDEX C:
AAIMdGrt IMLLX 11.85 -.04
Turner Funds:
MidcpGth TMGFX 26.03 -.05
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal TBGVX 25.51 +.06
UBS Funds Cl A:
GlobAllot BNGLX 13.62 -.02
UBS Funds ClCQ
GlobAllo p BNPCX 13.36 -.02
UBS PACE Frds P:
LCGE P PCLCX 16.02 -.13
LCGEqP PCLVX 20.66 -.13
UMB Scout Funds:
World UMBWX 25.67 -.03
US Global Investors:
AIIAm GBTFX 25.42 -.08
GIdShr USERX 7.73 +.09
HolmesGr ACBGX 16.87 +.01
USChina USCOX 7.12 -.03
WIdPrcMnUNWPX
USAA Group:
AgvGt USAUX 30.26 -.21
CrnsStr USCRX 27.40 -.10
EmgMkt USEMX 13.88 *
FStrtGr UFSGX 999 -.07
GNMA USGNX 9.67 -.02
Growth USAAX 14.53 -.10
Gr&Inc USGRX 19.16 -.10
IncStk USISX 1736 -.13
Inco USAIX 1232 -.04
IntTerBd USIBX 10.13 -.03
Nasdq 100USNQX 5.00 -.05
PrecMM USAGX 14.85 -.01
SP Idx USSPX 18.51 -.15
ShtTBnd USSBX 8.87 *
TxFIn UFLTX 10.20 -.02
TxElt USATX 1327 -.03
TxELT USTEX 14.20 -.03
TxESh USSTX 10.67 -.01
UtdAssc5O00 UASPX 8.93 -.07
Value Line Fd:
AggrIn VAGIX 5.12 -
Conv VALCX 11.99 -.05
Fund VLIFX 15.13 -.07
Inc&Gro VALIX 8.75 -.02
NYTE VLNYX 10.06 -.02
US Gvt VALBX 11.61 -.03
Van Eck Funds:
EmgMkApGBFAX 10.82 -.05
IInvGdA INIVX 9.16 +.03
Van Kamp Funds A:
AggGrA p VAGAX 1523 -.06
CmstAh p ACSTX 18.59 -.11
EGA p ACEGX 40.03 -.29
EntA p ACENX 12.82 -.10
EqlncAp ACEIX 8.81 -.05
GIbFran p VGFAX 23.90 *
GvScAdp ACGVX 10.31 -.03
GrinAp ACGIX 21.15 -.13
HarbAp 1ACHBX 14357 -.01
HYMuAp ACTHX 10.98 -.02
InTFAdp VKMTX 18.96 -.04
PaceAp ACPAX 9.67 -.07
REstAp ACREX 25.72 -.10
StrMunincVKMHX 13.40 -.02
US MtgeAVKMGX 13.82 -.02
Van Kamp Funds B:
AggGrBp VAGBX 14.04 -.05
CmstBt 0ACSWX 1859 -.10
EGBt ACEMX 34.23 -.25
EqlncBt ACEQX 8.68 -.04
GrIncB t ACGJX 20.96 -.13
HarbBt 0ACHAX 14.53 -.01
HYMuB t ACTGX 10.98 -.02
REstBt ACRBX 25.72 -.10
SelGrthB r VBSGX 4.99 -.04
Van Kamp Funds C:
AggGrC t VAGCX 14.08 -.05
ComStkC ACSYX 18.60 -.10
EqlncCt ACERX 8.71 -.04
Van Wagoner Funds:
EmgGropVWEGX 4.41 -.01
MicroCppVWMCX .9.53 -.01
Vanguard Admiral:
AsstAdml VAARX 56.42 -.44
BalAdml VBIAX 19.81 -.10
CAITAdm VCADX 11.07 -.02
CpOpAdl VHCAX 73.75 -.49
Energy VGELX 98.49 -.40
EqlnAdm n VEIRX 50.15 -.33
EuroAdml VEUSX 62.91 +.09
ExplAdml VEXRX 74.21 -23
ExtdAdm VEXAX 33.81 -.10
FLLTAdnm VFLRX 11.76 -.03
500Adml VFIAX 113.90 -.87
GNMA Ad VFIJX 10.35 -.02
GrolncAd VGIAX 51.27 -.46
GrwAdm VIGAX 27.12 -.19
HithCr VGHAX 57.79 -.08
HiYIdCp VWEAX 6.29 -.01
H0ldAdm7VWALX 10.84 -.02
InsdLTAd VILQX 12.77 -.03
ITBdAdml VBILX 10.51 -.05
ITsryAdm l VFIUX 11.07 -.05
IntGrAdm VW1LX 61.14 +.12
ITAdml VW[UX 13.43 -.02
ITGrAdm VFIDX 9.90 -.03
LtdTrAd VMLUX 10.76 -.01
LTGrAdml VWETX 9.73 -.09
LTAdml VWLUX 11.40 -.03
MCpAdml VIMAX 77.69 -30
PrmCap r VPMAX 66.66 -.49
ReitAdm r VGSLX 89.12 -.10
STsyAdml VFIRX 1036 -.01


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FordCr 6%08
_/g GMA61/808
+1, GMAdc6s11
+% GMAzr12
-Ve GMAzrt5
S GoldmS 7.35s09
GoldmS7.8s10
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InIdStl7.9s07
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-1% IPap dc5'/12
+'8 JPMChse 6/808
-2/8 JPMChse 6/209
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FOREIGN


Ytd. Close Chg.
6.48 981/2 -/4 Lucent 71/406
6.22 98'2 -)h Lucent 6.45s29
6.49 921/ -'A ML PubSt 7s07
5531/ -1/8 MPac 5s4Sf
456 -1%. Noram 6s12
6.65 110012 +1% PSEG06'/07
6.84 114 +/V SeaCntl2O/09
82V/2 -V SiliconG6O209
7.90 100 ... TVA508
6.38 131'V4 -2V2 Tenetl6%11
5.14 993/4 +1l/ Tenet 7%13
5.92 103% -% Tenet 6l/31
6.18 1051/4 -1/4 TmeWar .18s07
7.33 1021/. -1/8 TmeWar 9013

EXCHANGE


Foreign currency Dollar in Foreign currency Dollar in
in dollars foreign currency in dollars foreign currenc
Today Yesterday Today Yesterday Today Yesterday Today Yesterda
Argent (Peso) .3495 .3491 2.8612 2.8645 Malaysia (Ringgit) .2667 .2666 3.7500 3.750
Australia (Dollar) .7584 .7591 1.3186 1.3173 Mexico (Peso) .094420 .094268 10.5910 10.608
Bahrain (Dinar) 2.6525 2.6525 .3770 .3770 N. Zealand (Dollar) .6823 .6835 1.4656 1.463
Brazil (Real) .4191 .4140 2.3860 2.4155 Norway (Krone) .1542 .1533 6.4833 6.522
Britain (Pound) 1.7576 1.7576 .5690 .5690 Pakistan (Rupee) .0168 .0168 59.62 59.0
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SATURDAY, JULY 30,2005 I THE MIAMI HERALD


6B


DAVID J. NEAL




Chambers poised
or breakout year


with the Dolphins
round these parts, the Dol-
phins' Chris Chambers is held
in the highest esteem when it
comes to NFL wide receivers.
It's time Chambers earned that
respect
Season No. 5 of Chambers' career
should see all the reasons/excuses
removed for why his production
hasn't matched his prodigious talent.
Dave Wannstedt, the coach whose
offensive philosophy was strictly
defensive, has been replaced by Nick
Saban, who has no problems going
long. Saban's offensive coordinator,
Scott Linehan, just spent three sea-
sons directing the Minnesota air and
ground show.
:The Hall of
Fame Game will be
,l ^ t 'the last time.-either
',:- :Gus Frerotte or A.J.
Feeley sees Canton
on induction week-
end, but both have
better arms than
the departed Jay Fiedler. With Ricky
Williams, Ronnie Brown and an offen-
sive line that can't help but be
improved, there should be enough of
a running game to keep the opposing
safeties honest.
Then there's the attention drawn
by the Dolphins' myriad other receiv-
ing threats.
The mise en scene is perfect for
Chambers to boost his career best in
catches (69, in 2004), yards (963, in
2003) and touchdowns (11, in 2003).
Barring injuries, we'll see whether
Chambers is a great wideout, a very
Good wideout or justa nice wideout
who can make a play or two over the
season.
"It's a year for me to get better, def-
initely, to be more consistent, to put
two halves together," Chambers said.
"Last year, I did better in the second
half pf the season. I think Iprobably
averaged about eight yards a catch th,q
first half of the season, which is kind
of unbelieveable for a receiver."'
..Well, the average was actually
".-....12.6 yards per catch. Subtract the 128
S yardsonthree catches against
St. Louis in the Dolphins' first victory
of the season, and it's 9.73 yards per
" ". : catch. ." :. ,

::.'TIME TO GO DEEP
Already in training camp, Chainm-
bers feels as if he's running a deep
pattern on every play. Each one drains
a little of the frustration he felt during
the Dolphins' conservative, post-Mar-
ino era.
"I don't know if it's going to kill it
until we actually start playing,"
Chambers said. "Once we actually
start getting into some real games and
really throwing the ball up there, and
you're actually seeing it. Because it's
one thing to come out in practice
every day. We've been doing that for
years. Then we go into the game, and
we only throw the ball up two or
three times."
This season is also time for the
low-key Chambers to take his place as
a team leader. Saban said Thursday
that Chambers is doing that by exam-
ple and even by the occasional sug-
gestion to the head coach.

CONCEPTUAL THINKING
When this was mentioned Friday,
Chambers quickly clarified that any
ideas he imparted to Saban were
about off-the-field concepts that
might help decrease physical wear
and tear. He wasn't in the new boss'
office demanding more touches for
No. 84.
"No, I would never do that," Cham-
bers said. "Hopefully, I think we've
got the right type of coaches that
know when I should get the ball. I
would never complain about getting
the ball."
Maybe he should. A dollop of self-
ishness isn't always bad.
One reporter quickly pointed out
that even if Chambers made more
unjoyful noises on the sideline, he
wouldn't be heard over tight end
Randy McMichael. The ever-emoting
McMichael turns the volume up to 11
when he's displeased.
"Yeah, you know how Randy is,"
Chambers said, still chuckling.
"That's his deal.Actually, we had an
argument. He got mad [and said], :


SMan, you need to speak up. You need
to cuss somebody out' .
S "I'm like, 'Man, that's just not me.'
It takes me out of the game when I do
it that way."
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BASEBALL


NATIONAL LEAGUE

STANDINGS


EAST_
Atlanta
Washington
Philadelphia
Florida
New York
CENTRAL
SL Louis
Houston
Chicago
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
WEST
San Diego
Arizona
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Colorado


W L
58 44
55 47
54 50
51 48
52 50
W L
64 37
55 47
53 50
50 53
44 58
44 58
W L
51 51
50 55
46 56
44 57
36 66


PCT _GB
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.539 3
.519 5
.515 51%
.510 6
PCT GB
.634 -
.539 91
.515 12
.485 15
.431 20%
.431 203
PCT GB
.500 -
.476 2
.451 5
.436 6
.353 15


HOME
32-14
32-18
33-22
27-23
32-21
HOME
33-20
34-14
27-24
28-19
31-25
24-27
HOME
30-20
25-28
25-25
22-30
26-26


AWAY INTR
26-30 7-8
23-29 12-6
21-28 7-8
24-25 10-5
20-29 5-10
AWAY INTR
31-17 10-5
21-33 7-8
26-26 6-9
22-34 8-7
13-33 7-8
20-31 5-7
AWAY INTR
21-31 7-11
25-27 8-10
21-31 5-13
22-27 6-12
10-40 6-9


TONIGHT'S MATCHUPS


TIME 2005 TM.
PITCHERS TV W-L ERA REC.
WAS Patterson (R) 1:20p 4-2 2.58 10-8
@FLA Burnett(R) 7,29 7-6 3.48 11-9
ARZ Gosling (L) 4.05p 0-2 4.13 2-1
@CHC Hill (R) WGN 0-0 4.22 1-0
STL Suppan(R) 4:10p 9-7 4.16 9.11
@LA Lowe (R) 7-10 3.81 9-13
NYM Glavine (L) 7:05p 7-8 4.69 9-12
@HOU Pettitte (L) 8-7 2.73 11-9
PIT Redmian (L) 705p 5-10 3.99 8-13
ATL Davies(R) TBS 4-3 4.32 5-6
SF Schmidt (R) 7:05p 7-5 4.53 11-8
@MIL Sheets (R) 6-7 3.45 8-8
PHI Lidle (R) 8-9 4.63 11-10
@COL Cook R) l:0p -- ---
CIN Harang (R) 10:05p 6-9 3.97 7-13
@SD Lawrence (R) 5-10 4.21 7-14


LAST
W-L
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2-1
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-1
1-1
2-0
1-2
_ 1-1
1-0
1-1
0-3
0-0
2-1
0-2


3 STARTS
IP ERA
22.0 1.23
18.1 4.42
16.0 2.25
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5.0 3.60
18.1 3.93
19.2 2.75
19.0 3.32
21.0 .86
18.0 5.50
6.2 3.24
20.0 2.25
20.0 3.60
12.1 13.86
.0 .00
22.0 3.27
17.1 4.67


RESULTS, SCHEDULES


FRIDAY

Wash. at Florida, inc.
Cubs 4, Arizona 3
Phila. 5, Colorado 3
Pitts. at Atlanta, inc.
Mets at Houston, inc.
SF at Milwaukee, inc.
Cinc. at San Diego, inc.
St. L at Dodgers, inc.


THURSDAY

Florida 3, Pitt. 0
Atlanta 5, Wash. 4
Arizona 6, Cubs 0
Cinc. 6, Dodgers 1
St. Louis 11, S.D. 3
Houston 3, Mets 2
S.F. 3, Milwaukee 0
Phila. 8, Colorado 5


SUNDAY

Wash. at Florida, 1:05
Pitts. at Atlanta, 1:05
Mets at Houston, 2:05
SF at Milwaukee, 2:05
Arizona at Cubs, 2:20
Phila. at Colorado, 3:05
Cinc. at San Diego, 4:05
St. L at Dodgers, 4:05


AMERICAN LEAGUE

STANDINGS


EAST
Boston
New York
Toronto
Baltimore
Tampa Bay
CENTRAL
Chicago
Minnesota
Cleveland
Detroit
Kansas City
WEST
Los Angeles
Oakland
Texas
Seattle


L PCT GB
45 .559 -
46 .540 2
50 .510 5
50 .505 5%
66 .365 20
L PCT GB
35 .650 -
48 .529 12
50 .515 13%/
51 .495 15
65 .3q9 28
L PCT GB
43 .578 -
46 .545 3%
50 .510 7
57 .436 14


L10 STR HOME AWAY INTR
7-3 W-3 28-18 29-27 12-6
5-5 W-1 31-20 23-26 11-7
7-3 L-1 29-21 23-29 8-10
2-8 L-2 28-23 23-27 8-10
6-4 W-2 26-28 12-38 3-15
L1O STR HOME AWAY INTR
4-6 L-2 33-19 32-16 12-6
4-6 L-2 29-22 25-26 8-10
5-5 W-1 25-26 28-24 15-3
6-4 L-1 24-26 26-25 9-9
5-5 L-2 23-29 15-36 9-9
L10 STR HOME AWAY INTR
4-6 L-4 30-22 29-21 12-6
8-2 W-1 32-18 23-28 10-8
4-6 W-3 28-24 24-26 9-9
3-7 L-1 24-26 20-31 10-8


TONIGHT'S MATCHUPS


PITCHERS
LA Bynl (R)
@NYY Chacon(R)
CHW Contreras(R)
@BAL Cabrera (R)
CLE Sahathia(L)
@SEA Franklin (R)
BET Robertson (L)
@OAK Zito (t)
TEX Benoit (R)
@TOR McGowan (R)
KC Grelnke (R)
@TB Waediter CR)
MIN Lohse(R)
@BOS Wells (L)
..........................................................


TIME 2005 TM.
TV W-L ERA REC.
1.20p 9-7 4.10 13-7
1-7 4.09 2-10.
1:20p 6-6 4.36 10-10
8-8 4.67 _10-10
405p 6-8 5.24 10-9
5-11 4.71 7-12
4:05p 5-8 3.52 10-10
9-8 3.59 10-12
2-1 2.00 1-1
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6:15p 3-12 6.05 5-16
3-6 5.30 6-7
7:05p 7-9 4.45 9-9
8-5 4.57 11-7


LAST 3 STARTS
W-L __IP ERA
1-2 16.0 6.75
0-3 20.0 4.99
2-1 18.1 4.91
1-1 18.1 3.44
0-3 13.1 1080
1-1 18.2 6.27
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2-1 18.1 4.42
3-0 21.0 1.71
1-1 10.0 5.40
0-0 .0 .00
2-1 15.2 5.17
0-2 17.1 5.71
0-2 17.2 4.58
2-0 20.1 2.66


RESULTS, SCHEDULES


FRIDAY

Boston 8, Minn. 5
Texas 4, Toronto 1
Tampa Bay 6, K.C. 3
Angels at Yankees, inc.
White Sox at Bait., inc.
Det at Oakland, inc.
Clev. at Seattle, inc.


THURSDAY

Yankees 6, Minnesota 3
Texas 2, Baltimore 1
Tor. 2, Angels 1 (18)
T.B. 10, Kansas City 5
Clev. 6, Seattle 5


SUNDAY

Angels at Yankees, 1:05
Texas at Toronto, 1:07
K.C. at Tampa Bay, 2:15
Minn. at Boston, 3:05
Detroit at Oakland, 4:05
Clev. at Seattle, 4:05
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Through Thursday
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Damon Bos 95 409 138 .337
BRobertsBal 94 368 122 .332
MYoungTex 98 423 138 .326
ARodriguezNYY 100 375 119 .317
TejadaBal 101 406 128 .315
ISuzuki Sea 101 419 131 .313
RpWhite Det 85 327 102 .312
THafner Cle 83 287 89 .310
VGuerrero LAA 84 319 99 .310
Matsui NYY 100 382 118 .309

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Crain, Min 9-1 .900 2.49
Garland, Chi 15-4 .789 3.09
Clement, Bos 10-3 .769 4.43
Halladay, Tor 12-4 .750 2.41
Moyer, Sea 9-3 .750 4.33
CILee, Cie 11-4 .733 3.95
Buehrle, Chi 11-4 .733 2.96
Rogers,,Tex 11-4 .733 2.77
* RUNS Inge, Det 7
Damon, Bos 80 DeJesus, KC 6
Jeter, NY 77 Figgins, LA 6
ARodriguez, NY 76 HOME RUNS
Teixeira, Tex 75 Teixeira, Tex 28
MYoung, Tex 72 ARodriguez, NY 28
ISuzuki, Sea 71 MRamirez, Bos 28
DOrtiz, Bos 71 ASoriano, Tex 26
SRBI Sexson, Sea 26
MRamirez, Bos 92 DOrtiz, Bos 24
DOrtiz, Bos 87 Konerko. Chi 22
Teixeira, Tex 85 Tejada, Bal 22
Sexson, Sea 80 STEALS
ARodriguez, NY 80 Podsednik, Chi 51
Sheffield, NY 80 Figgins, LA 35
* HITS Crawford, TB 34
MYoung, Tex 138 Lugo,TB 30
Damon, Bos 138 ISuzuki, Sea 23
ISuzuki, Sea 131 THunter, Min 23
Tejada, Bal 128 BRoberts, Bal 20
Crawford, TB 125 Womack, NY 20
BRoberts, Bal 122 STRIKEOUTS
Lugo, TB 121 Santana, Min 154
* DOUBLES RaJohnson, NY 142
Tejada, Bal 33 Lackey, LA 134
BRoberts, Bal 28 Bndrman, Det 113
Damon, Bos 28 Halladay,Tor 108
Matsui, NY 27 Clement, Bos 108
ASoriano, Tex 27 DCabrera, Bal 107
DOrtiz. Bos 27 SAVES
Erstad, LA 26 Nathan, Min 28
MiSweeney. KC26 MRivera, NY 26
IRodriguez, Det 26 Wickman, Cle 26
*TRIPLES FRodriguez, LA 24
ISuzuki, Sea 10 FCordero, Tex 24
Crawford, TB 9 Hermanson, Chi 23
Sizemore, Cle 7 Guardado, Sea 23


Through Thursday
BATTING
PLAYER, TEAM G AB H AVG.
DeLee,ChC 99 376 137 .364
MiCabrera, Fla 98 384 134 .349
Pujols,StL 101 382 130 .340
Alou, SF 84 295 97 .329
Utley, Phi 88 311 99 .318
BClark, Mil 101 421 134 .318
ARamirez, ChC 98 375 116 .309
LCastillo, Fla 78 291 90 .309
Casey, Cin 96 373 115 .308
JKent, LAD 96 356 108 .303

PITCHING (9 Dec.)
PLAYER, TEAM REC. PCT. ERA
Eaton, SD 9-2 .818 3.42
PMartinez, NY 12-3 .800 2.76
Carpenter, StL 15-4 .789 2.33
Morris, StL 11-3 .786 3.42
LHernandez, Wash 12-4 .750 3.32
Mulder, StL 12-5 .706 3.94
Willis, Fa 14-6 .700 3.07
Prior, Chi 7-3 .700 3.23
Benson, NY 7-3 .700 3.14
* RUNS Furcal, AtI 9
Pujols, StL 82 Rollins, Phi 7
DeLee, Chi 81 JWilson, Pit 6
MiCabrera, Fla 72 BGiles, SD 6
Dunn, Cin 71 HOME RUNS
BClark, Mil 70 DeLee, Chi 32
BAbreu, Phi 69 AJones, AtI 32
Bay, Pit 68 Dunn, Cin 28
* RBI Pujols, StL 27
CaLee, Mil 84 ARamirez, Chi 27
DeLee, Chi 82 Ensberg, Hou 26
Pujols, StL 81 CaLee, Mil 24
Alones, Atl 78 STEALS
CDelgado,FIa 77 Reyes,NY 34
MiCabrera, Fla 75 Pierre, FIa 33
Ensberg, Hou 74 Furcal, AtI 32
ARamirez, Chi 74 Freel, Cin 28
* HITS Taveras, Hou 25
DeLee, Chi 137 Rollins. Phi 24
MiCabrera, Fla 134 BAbreu, Phi 23
BClark, Mil 134 STRIKEOUTS
Pujols, StL 130 PMartinez, NY 155
Reyes, NY 122 Peavy, SD 146
Rollins, Phi 116 Carpenter, StL 145
ARamirez, Chi 116 Zambrano, Chi 128
* DOUBLES JVazquez, Ari 127
Bay, Pit 31 Clemens, Hou 127
DeLee, Chi 31 BMyers, Phi 126
Wlkrsn, Wash 30 d SAVES
MiCabrera, Fla 29 CCrdro, Wash 34
MGiles, At 29 srnghsn, StL 28
Lowell, Fla 21 Hoffman, SD 27
BGiles, SD 29 Mesa, Pit 25
* TRIPLES Lidge, Hou 24
Reyes, NY 11 Looper, NY 22
Pierre, Fa 9 BWagner. Phi 22


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An umpire ordered players on a Methuen, Mass., Little
League baseball team to stop speaking Spanish during a game
this week because of concerns of possible "illegal" instruc-
tions, a decision the coach said demoralized the team and
cost it the game.
National Little League spokesman Lance Van Auken said
there's no rule against players speaking Spanish or any other
language on the field. But he said it's too late to reverse the
decision or the outcome of the game.
"The umpire simply overstepped his authority, and there
was no malicious intent," Van Auken said in an e-mail to The
Associated Press on Friday.
Head coach Chris Mosher told The Eagle-Tribune that the
incident happened Tuesday during a game against Seekonk in
a state tournament game of Little League's juniors division,
for boys 13-14.
Methuen lost the game 10-6, though the team remains alive
in the tournament. Van Auken told the Eagle-Tribune the


umpire won't be punished.

Back for an encore
The Brockton (Mass.)
Rox are reuniting two stars
of the original Bad News
Bears, the 1976 comedy
about a foul-mouthed, over-
achieving Little League
team, for Monday night's
Can-Am League game
against the Elmira (N.Y.)
Pioneers.
Gary Cavagnaro, who
played overweight catcher
Mike Engleberg, and David
Pollack, who played near-
sighted pitcher Rudi Stein,
will make their pro debuts at
the minor league game.
The Rox will wear replica
Bears jerseys, with "Chico's
Bail Bonds" on the back.


In a giving mood

Former basketball team-
mates Christian Laettner
and Brian Davis have
agreed to donate $2 million
to Duke University's athletic
program.
Laettner and Davis will
pay $750,000 to endow a
basketball scholarship. The
remaining $L25 million will
help pay for a new Duke
training center.
Laettner, who played
with the Heat last season
and is a free agent, and
Davis are partners in Blue
Devil Ventures, which is
developing a mixed-use pro-
ject in downtown Durham,
N.C.


'The first time you're traded,
it's the worst. It's like the first
time you break up with your
girlfriend, or if your own
brother stabbed you in the
back. After that, it gets a lot
easier, and you realize it just
comes with the territory.'

- MATT LAWTON, Pirates outfielder, who is in his 11th
big-league season and with his fourth team, on rumors he'll be
traded before the end of the weekend.




FLASHBACK


On this day in history:
1870 Monmouth Park opens with a five-day race
meet.
1930 Uruguay beats Argentina 4-2 for soccer's first
World Cup in Montevideo.
1932 The 10th modern Olympic Games open in Los
Angeles.
1961 In golf, Jerry Barber edges Don January by
one stroke in a playoff to capture the PGA title.
1968 Washington's Ron Hansen pulls off an unas-
sisted triple play, but the Cleveland Indians still win the
game 10-1.
1976 Bruce Jenner sets the world record in the
Olympic decathlon with 8,618 points, breaking Nikolai
Avilov's mark by 164 points.
1980 Houston pitcher J.R. Richard has a stroke dur-
ing a workout at the Astrodome.
1984 Michael Gross of West Germany sets a world
record in the 200-meter freestyle with a time of 1 min-
ute, 47.44 seconds at a meet in Munich.
1996 The American softball team captures the gold
medal, beating China 3-1 behind a controversial two-run
homer by Dot Richardson in the first Olympic competi-
tion in the sport.
2004 At the London Grand Prix meet, Russia's
Yelena Isinbayeva breaks the pole vault world record
for the third time in five weeks.


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Senior Sports Reporter
FORMER world champion
Avard Moncur solidified his
spot on the men's 4x400m relay
team in Helsinki, Finland by
passing his fitness test yester-
day.
Instead of coming home for a
run-off that was held between
Dennis Darling and Troy
McIntosh on Wednesday,
Moncur opted to travel to the
Bislett Games in Oslo, Nor-
way.
At the meet, he ran a sea-
son's best of 46.12 seconds for
fifth place, ensuing that he will
be in Helsinki as a member of
the 4 x 4 relay team when the
IAAF World Championships
get underway next weekend.
The Bislett Games' event
was won by Gary Kikaya in
44.81. Brandon Simpson was
second in 44.86 and Tyree
Washington got third in 45.30.
Ayre Sanjay was fourth in
45.69.
"It showed he's getting back
where he needs to be," said
World Championship team
manager Ralph McKinney. "I
haven't spoken to Mike
Sands, but the (BAAA's)
office said he was pleased with
the time."
In Grand Bahama at the
BAAA's National Open Track
and Field Championships,
Moncur finished fifth ahead of
Dennis Darling and Troy
McIntosh.
But after both Moncur and
Darling complained of being


injured, the BAAA put them
through a fitness test to deter-
mine whether or not they will
be able to travel.
"Dennis Darling and Avard
were scheduled to come home
for a race off, but Avard told us
that he couldn't make it
because his agent got him in a
meet in Oslo," McKinney stat-
ed.
"But Dennis came home and
he ran against Troy. Troy beat
him and he was awarded a spot
on the team. We had to wait
until Avard competed to see if
he would make it too."

Condition

By running faster than both
Darling and McIntosh, Mon-
cur was named to the team on
the condition that he passed
his physical test.
McKinney said he did and so
he was included.
However, there were some
concerns about the run-off that
was set up for the quarter-mil-
ers.
Although he did not run this
year, former team-mate Carl
Oliver questioned why Darling
had to go through a run-off
with McIntosh when the
BAAA already have a policy in
place.
"The nationals determine
whether you are on the team
to travel to the Olympics or
the World Championships,"
Oliver said. "The policy in
place say that if you finish in
the top six. you are automat-


ically on the team.
"Now the BAAA is trying
to rewrite the rules at this stage
of the game when the young
man is already on the team.
You can't have a run-off after
the nationals."
Oliver said he felt it was
unfair to Darling because hav-
ing made the team, he would
not come to a run-off as pre-
pared mentally as an athlete
who had an opportunity to
make the team.
"It's only clear that the per-
son who is not on the team will
run much harder to try and
take the person off who is
already on the team," Oliver
declared. "I think it's unfair.
You can't do that.
"If you go to the nationals
and you make the top six, you
are automatically on the team.
I just think he's being treated
unfairly. He was injured in the
nationals and the seventh and
eighth man allowed the injured
guy to beat them. He shouldn't
have to go through a run-off
with somebody who didn't beat
him."
But McKinney said the run-
off was the best way to deter-
mine who should fill the
remaining two spots on the
team.
"You want to go to the
World Championships with six
fit quarter-milers, if that is what
you want to carry for the
relay," McKinney stressed. "It
make no sense to leave Nas-
sau with an athlete injured and
not running up to the standard
that they ran at the nationals."


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* By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
IN 2003 in Saint-Denis, Paris, the
Bahamas women's 4xl00m relay team
of Timicka Clarke, Sevatheda Fynes,
Debbie Ferguson and Shandria Brown
failed to make it to the finals of the
IAAF World Championships.
This year, minus Ferguson but with
the inclusion of Chandra Sturrup, the
Bahamas will be going to Helsinki, Fin-
land for a shot at returning to the
medal podium.
Sturrup will be joined by Clarke,
Fynes, Brown, Timicka Clarke and
Phillippa Arnett-Willie when the 2005
World Championships get underway
on August 6.
"I expect that we will do well. We've


been training hard enough," said
Fynes, who is expected to run either on
the lead-off or the third leg. "I think we
will perform well."
Having ran third on the team that
picked up the silver medal at the Col-
inalmperial Senior Central American
and Caribbean Championships, Fynes
said she just wants to run and try and
get the Bahamas back to its former
prominence.
"It doesn't matter who runs. We just
hope that the Bahamas puts the best
four out there," she said. "If they don't
consider me as one of the four, then
what can I do? I just want them to put
the best four out there."
After the team of Clarke, Brown,
Fynes and Sturrup ran 43.48 at the
CAC Championships, compared to the


43.64 that Clarke, Fynes, Ferguson and
Brown ran at the World Champi-
onships last year, Fynes said they can
only get better.
"I feel there are a couple of options
that we could look at," she said in ref-
erence to the team's line-up. "Again,
hopefully we will pick out the best ones.
"If the way that we ran in CAC is the
best option, then we should put that
team out there. I just want us to put the
best team out there."
On paper, Fynes said the Bahamas
should have a good chance to make
the final, but it's hard to say where
they could finish because the relays
are so unpredictable.
"The USA and Jamaica are defi-
nitely where the competition will come
from," Fynes stressed. "But we will


have to wait and see what happen.
"We have the top five people run-
ning right now, so we should run very
well together."
Arnett-Willie, who was disappointed
that she didn't get to run in the pre-
liminaries nor the final of the Olympics
last year, said she expects the team to
do well this year.
"Like Seva said, we've been prac-
tising hard and we just hope for the
best," she insisted. "We will try our
best to get the baton around. That's
going to be the key. Once we do that,
we should be alright."
Having sat out in the Olympics,
Arnett-Willie said she will not let any-
thing disturb her on this trip.
"Whoever the best four is by the
coaches, that's who is going to run,"
A,


she stated. "Whoever the four is, I just
wish that they will run well."
Although she felt she didn't have
the typical season that she expected,
training home alone, Arnett-Willie said
she was pleased with her performance.
"It wasn't the best times that I could
run, but they got me on the relay team,
so I'm happy," she said. "I'm happy
with it. I'm glad to be running with the
girls again.
"But I had a chance to run at CAC
and that was good. So if I get to rUn or
I don't get to run at the World Cham-
pionships, it wouldn't really matter.
I'm on the team."
If they can get the baton around,
Arnett-Willie said she is convinced that
the Bahamas can medal. She is just
delighted to be a part of it.


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0* By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
QUARTER-mile champion
Tonique Williams-Darling is
looking forward to her post-
Olympic golden year.
Williams-Darling, who cashed
in on a lucrative deal as the
spokesperson for Bahamas
Telecommunications Corpora-
tion after her triumph at the
Olympics in Athens, Greece,
will head the Bahamian team
at the IAAF World Champi-
onships in Helsinki, Finland.
;The team, comprising nine
men and nine women, will
depart from the Bahamas and
tfieir various destinations on
Sunday as they go through a
mini-training camp before the
championships get underway on
S turday.
"Things are looking good. I'm
just doing my last-minute prepa-
r4tions," said the 29-year-old
Bahamian track and field diva,
who was sitting in the beauty
salon in Virginia during her
interview with The Tribune.
"I'm just getting ready to
spend the next two months in
Europe and so I'm putting on
njy final preparations for the
meets ahead of me."
,The IAAF World Champi-
oiaships will be the highlight for
Williams-Darling's return to
Europe. But Williams-Darling is
expected to compete in a series
of Grand Prix meets after that.
rfHowever, she will not have
tie pressure that she experi-
Seiced last year when she had
to hold off Mexican Ana Gue-
vara in her bid to win a share of
the $1 million jackpot.
'-The women's 400m is not a
Grand Prix meet this year, so
Williams-Darling does not have
to concentrate on going unde-
feated She competes in the
Welklasse Zurich in Zurich on
August 19; the Memorial Van
Damme on August 26 in Brus-
sels, Belgium and the ISTAF
Berlin on September 4 in


Berlin, Germany.
Going into Europe, Williams-
Darling is currently trailing
Jamaican born American Sanya
Richards, who has posted the
world's fastest time of 49.28 sec-.
onds.
Williams-Darling has done a
season's best of 49.69 and sit-
ting in third is Russian Svetlana
Pospelova in 49.80. Guevara has
faded all the way to the 14th
spot with a time of 50.05.
However, Williams-Darling
knows well that it really does
not matter how fast who is run-
ning going into the big meet. It
is all about who executes their
race the best will be the victor.
"It's the same people, so
hopefully there won't any sur-
prises," Williams-Darling
reflected. "But I feel good going
into there. I've raced them
before and I'm really confident
in how my training is going right
now. So I feel I should be fairly
okay."

Revenge

When Wiilliams-Darling met
Richards in their last head-to-
head confrontation in Lausanne
on July 5, Richards got the
edge, winning in 49.95, com-
pared to Williams-Darling's
50.14.
Hopefully when they meet
-this time around, Williams-Dar-
.ling would like nothing better
than to get her revenge.
"I'm not concerned because
she's always been a strong con-
tender," she admitted, "but this
year, she's probably a much
more tougher competitor than
she's ever been.
"So I think where Ana has
kind of dropped off, she's pick-
ing up the slack. So it's a matter
of going out there and running
my race and being the best that
I can be."
That means that the gold is
the goal for Williams-Darling.
"Every year is a different year,


every competition is different,"
she stated. "So I'm just going to
go out there and give it my best.
I feel I'm still running at a peak
and so I feel I can still go out
there and execute my race.
"So the people in the
Bahamas can expect to see an
equally strong competitor in
me. Whether I win the gold or
not, that remains to be seen.
But they can expect to see the
same level of competitiveness
from me."
Having ran 49.4 to win the
Olympic gold last year,
Williams-Darling said she will
have to almost duplicate that
time in order to produce the
same outcome at the World
Championships.
"I don't know if it's going to
be faster," she said, "because
even though Sanya has ran
faster, she's come back and ran
a lot more 49.8s and 49.9s.
"Nobody has really broken
the 49.8 or even 49.9 barrier this
year, so it's really hard to tell
what kind of time will win it,
but I don't think it will be out
there where we will see any
super-fast times."
Having lowered the Bahami-
an national record, Williams-
Darling is looking at eventually
becoming the first Bahamian
woman to run under the 49-sec-
ond barrier.
"I've been feeling good since
the CAC and my practices, so if
I go out thiBe;and have a perfect
race in the perfect-condition, I
think it's possible," she stated.
"'But that's not something of
concern for me going into the
world championships. I just
want to be able to run fast
enough to win."
After helping the Bahamas
win the bronze in setting a
national record at the CAC
Championships, Williams-Dar-
ling said she's not sure that she
would have been prepared to
run the 4x400 at the World
Championships this year.
But as time goes on and the


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team continue to gel together,
she said the Olympic Games in
Beijing, China in 2008 could
definitely be the time for them


to showcase their skills on the
international circuit.
While the women's relay
team won't be there in Helsinki,


Williams-Darling preferred not
to comment on her husband,
Dennis Darling, being omitted
from the men's 4x400m team.


Royal Bank of Canada to



sponsor BBF junior team


By RENALDO DORSETT
Junior Sports Reporter

The Bahamas Basketball Federa-
tion's Junior Men's and Junior Wom-
qn's teams will dress and travel in
style thanks to a local corporate spon-
sor.
' RBC Royal Bank of Canada
announced they will provide spon-
sorship to the BBF's Junior national
teams travelling to the CentroBasket
Championships next week in the
Dominican Republic.
, The tournament, held from August
4 to 9 will feature teams from
throughout the Caribbean including
US Virgin Islands, Costa Rica, the
costs Dominican Republic and peren-
pial basketball powerhouse Puerto
Rico.
o The Bahamas' Junior National
teams qualified for the CentroBasket
Championships with their perfor-
10ances in the Caribbean Basketball
Confederation Championships in Port
f Spain, Trinidad.
^ The men won the gold medal,
defeating defending champions Puer-
to Rico in the Championship game,
fWhile the women captured the bronze
against Jamaica.
: The top three finishers in the Cen-
troBasket Championships will quali-
fy for the Tournament of the Ameri-
Cas.
: Then, the top four qualifiers at the
Tournament of the Americas will
advance to the 2006 World Champi-
onships.
Last year the Bahamas men's team
finished second in the CentroBasket
Championships and qualified for the
Tournament of the Americas for the
first time.
i They now look to improve on last
lear's performance.
; Ross MacDonlad, Senior Vice Pres-
ident of RBC Royal Bank of Canada,
said their sponsorship of these teams
is indicative of the company's efforts


to reach out to the community.
"Royal Bank of Canada has been
apart of this community for almost 100
years now and we have a tradition of
giving back to the communities in
which we serve," he said, "This is just
one more way we're able to support
the youth of the community, we deem
it a privilege and an honor to contribute
to this form of youth development."
While the exact dollar value of the
sponsorship was not disclosed, Mac-
Donald said Royal Bank has donate.d
"a substantial amount" to the teams.
The teams will be sporting new uni-
forms, warm-ups, coaching shirts and
travelling shirts with RBC Royal
Bank of Canada logos.
Edgar Pickstock, Treasurer of the
Bahamas Basketball Federation, said
the federation is gracious to Royal
Bank for their assistance.
"We would like to thank RBC for
taking the initiative in helping and
sponsoring local associations and
sports in general," he said, "Finan-
cial support is very important to the
sport and its very important to these
kids."
He said the junior national teams
stem from a program the BBF began
years ago.
"The kids now involved in these
two teams are really a part of a devel-
opment program, and their success is
obvious," he said, "This is the first
time our women have travelled in
about 5 years so its a real plus to see
how far our program has come."
"We're looking for better things in
the future and we're definitely looking
forward to the Olympics," he said.
Larry Wilson, Executive Director
of the Bahamas Basketball Federa-
tion, said the federation is particular-
ly optimistic about this year's team.
"This year we had a little bit better
organisatipn and little bit better co-
ordinatioj with the coaches. In the
past we hive had enormous struggles
trying to get this organised," he said,
H i


"Now because we have developed a
better relationship with some of these
coaches, we can get our better players
into practices earlier and the teams
can form more quickly."
Wilson said despite the team's phys-
ical shortcomings, their performance
in Trinidad proved they can compete
with the best competition in the
region.
"We may be undersized and not
have the height of some of the other
teams but we have a lot more athlet-
ic ability, a lot more talent and believe
it or not our knowledge of the game is
at a higher level than many other
countries," he said.
Wilson said the Bahamas hopes to
one day have a program in place sim-
ilar to Puerto Rico's where there is a
full time employees dedicated to the
year round development of basket-
ball in the country.
However he said such a program
for the Bahamas is "a long way
away."
With the tremendous upside poten-
tial of this year's edition of the junior
national teams and a myriad of pro-
grammes in the future for the BBF,
basketball in the Bahamas is truly on
the rise.
In September, the defending Men's
Basketball NCAA Champions, North
Carolina Tar Heels will travel to the
Bahamas to participate in. a few scrim-
mage games against Bahamian teams.
Coach Roy Williams will use the
scrimmages as a warm-up for new-
comers Taylor Hansborough, Danny
Green and others in at attempt to
rebuild the team after they lost seven
starters to graduation and the NBA.
There will also be a number of
NCAA Division I Basketball teams
travelling to Freeport, Grand Bahama
in November to play in a Thanksgiv-
ing tournament.
Michigan, Troy State, George
Washington, Iowa are among the
teams scheduled to compete.


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venge on the men who tried to lynch him.
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vestigates the murder of a judge. (CC) dean. (CC)
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SCNBC nal Report Championship From Las Vegas.
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royal blood. 'G' (CC)


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LARA CROFT ** TIMELINE (2003, Fantasy) Paul Walker, Frances O'Connor, Gerard Queer as Folk (iTV) Brian and
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6:30 * THE SCHOOL OF ROCK (2003, Comedy) Jack Black, Joan Cu- * BULLETPROOF MONK
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