The president of the $105 million closed-end Mentor Income Fund, turned up the heat on a simmering proxy battle

with Karpus Investment Management of Pittsford, N.Y., filing a letter to shareholders with the SEC Sept. 13 alleging Karpus' efforts to become the fund's adviser are motivated by self-interest.

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