Stupid question -- but those are the easiest to answer, I guess.
All answers I've found are all too sophisticated.

This excerpt works but is not XHTML strict compliant because of illegal use of "name"
Code:
function animator() {
  document.animimage.src = anims[frame].src;    <-- this is the offending javascript but it works
  frame = (frame + 1);
  if(frame >= 7) {
	frame = 0;
  }
  timeout_state = setTimeout("animator()", 2200);
}
...
</head>
<body>
...
<div id="rotator">
  <img src="images/stress0.jpg" name="animimage" alt="stressed lady" height="168" width="125" /> <-- name is illegal
</div>
This doesn't work using what examples I can find.
Code:
function animator() {
  document.getElementById("animimage").innerHTML = anims[frame].src; <-- what do I use instead
  frame = (frame + 1);
  if(frame >= 7) {
    frame = 0;
  }
  timeout_state = setTimeout("animator()", 2200);
}
...
</head>
<body>
...
<div id="rotator">
  <img src="images/stress0.jpg" id="animimage" alt="stressed lady" height="168" width="125" /> <-- id is legal
</div>
I also tried
Code:
document.getElementById("animimage").value = anims[frame].src;
to no avail