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dd another institution to the list of things in our lives that have become politicized: the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some supporters of Mitt Romney, including retired General Electric CEO Jack Welch, accused President Barack Obama of cooking job numbers after the BLS reported September’s U.S. unemployment rate fell to 7.8 percent from 8.1 percent in August. Welch and others smelled something fishy as the rate dropped just one month before the election. “These Chicago guys will do anything,” Welch tweeted. “Can’t debate so change numbers.” Economists and other experts responded that such accusations were nonsense. The data crunchers at the BLS are civil servants whose jobs are unaffected by the occupant in the White House. But one economist says the monthly job figures don’t tell the whole employment story. And unfortunately for those who think Obama is failing at job creation, the narrative is better than the statistics. That story is contained in something called the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages. You don’t hear a lot about it because there is a sixto seven-month delay in releasing the numbers after the end of each quarter. But University of Michigan labor economist Don Grimes says the quarterly census is more accurate than the monthly survey because it’s the actual number of jobs reported by businesses to state employment agencies. Grimes crunched numbers and found U.S. employment grew 1.8 percent between March 2011 and last March, according to data available in the quarterly census. The monthly jobs survey reported job growth of 1.5 percent in that period. In Michigan, the spread between the quarterly census and the monthly survey was considerably wider. Michigan added 99,378 jobs between March of 2011 and last March, according to the quarterly census, while the monthly data showed a job gain of 58,700 jobs in the same period. Grimes isn’t sure why there is a gap but says the problem needs to be studied. Economists, who generally must depend on the moreup-to-date monthly data in making forecasts, need quality numbers to predict job growth, Grimes says. Businesses need good employment data as well to help them make important decisions about hiring. Presidential candidates need it, too. As Grimes notes, the next monthly jobs report will be issued on Nov. 1, five days before the crucial national election. Email: haglund.rick@gmail.com

YEAR OF THE DIESEL

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ETROIT — The “year of the diesel” is nearly upon us.

As the U.S. automotive industry continues to recover, and the government’s fuel-efficiency regulations grow from 2017-2025, automakers are expected to release an influx of diesel vehicles. Robert Bosch, a global multibillion-dollar engineering and electronics automotive company, anticipates more than 50 lightvehicle diesel models to be announced or released by 2017 in North America, including 22 new models in 2013. “Next year will really be a year where the consumers will have much more choice and many more vehicles (from which) to choose,” said Bernd Boisten, Bosch regional president of diesel systems NA, during the 2012 Bosch Product Day at its Flat Rock proving grounds in late September. Bosch expects diesel’s market share in the region to jump to about 10 percent by 2020, Boisten said. It’s currently less than

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3 percent. According to Boisten, 2013 will mark diesel’s resurgence in the U.S., where it’s been largely absent for decades, except among heavy-duty trucks. General Motors Co., Chrysler Group LLC, Mazda Motor Corp., Volkswagen AG and MercedesBenz all have announced new diesel models for 2013. Automakers in the U.S. — particularly the Detroit Three — have held off on diesel models because of the engine’s polluting reputation in the ’70s and the

$2,000-$3,000 average increase in retail pricing. But now, “clean diesels” (as they’re referred to) are 30 percent more fuel-efficient, produce lower CO2 emissions and maintain a higher residual value compared to traditional gasoline engines, officials say. “We are talking about an entirely new generation of diesel technology,” said Allen Schaeffer, Diesel Technology Forum executive director. “Diesel has been welcomed into the U.S. marketplace.

“It is showing its prowess in terms of vehicle sales and consumer liking and people placing orders.” During the first six months of 2012, clean diesel auto sales in the U.S. increased 27.5 percent, according to Schaeffer’s organization of diesel engine manufacturers, fuel suppliers and exhaust after-treatment manufacturers. Bosch also reports 30 percent of customers who are offered a diesel option for a car or truck take the option. That’s up from 12 percent in 2008, according to the German-based corporation. Among the Detroit Three, each has announced a new non-truck diesel product for next year: GM plans to release a new Chevrolet Cruze; Chrysler announced a Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel model; and Ford Motor Co. confirmed plans to add a diesel option for the U.S.-built Ford Transit cargo and passenger vans when production starts in 2013. “Manufacturers have proven to themselves that they can meet the EPA standards and do it in a way that they can still sell these cars and make some money on them,” Schaeffer said. “I think the next evolutions are further enhancements to optimizing things like admissions control and the cost of those systems.”

GM strikes partnership to roll out Malibu-inspired clothing The model in front wears Isaac Mizrahi’s six-piece collection inspired by the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu.

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DETROIT — General Motors Co. has teamed up with an iconic fashion designer and LivingSocial to sell clothing and accessories inspired by the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu. Starting noon Tuesday, the new six-piece “Malibu Collection” from New York fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi will be sold exclusively on LivingSocial’s Shop in limited quantities. Officials say the collection highlights some of the midsize sedan’s “most striking features and colors,” including clean

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lines, crisp shapes and soft materials and textures. “The collection captures the personality of the new Malibu owner: that smart, stylish woman who likes nice things, but is savvy

about her purchases,” Mizrahi said in a statement. “Each piece is its own little reward for a woman (who) lives a smart and stylish life. Together, as a collection, they make one great look.”

The six pieces range from $73 to $298: Malibu Driving Moccasin ($110): Made of Napa leather, with a quilted, cushioned insole. The color was inspired by the Malibu’s Crystal Red Tintcoat color. Malibu Blouse ($140): Blouse with robin’s egg blue silk crepe. Hidden buttons and pocket complete this piece. Malibu Leather Jacket ($298): Buttery-soft black leather jacket with quilted detailing, interior blue contrast piping and a slightly fitted structure that resembles the contrast stitching on the seats.

Malibu Double-Handle Tote Bag ($260): Rich saturated cobalt blue bag in pebble leather with black interior and blue piping along the zipper. Malibu Colored Skinny Jean ($73): Coated, poppy red color with a touch of stretch to conform to any body type. Malibu Oversized Boyfriend Watch ($110): The watch’s blue face is inspired by the Malibu’s interior light, and it’s complemented by silvertone detailing. Style enthusiasts can find out more information about the Malibu Collection at chevymalibustyle.com and Facebook. com/IsaacMizrahi.

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HealthCare Midwest, of Kalamazoo, has installed a more advanced X-ray system at its 601 John St. location. The Carestream DRX-1C Digital X-ray System is expected to boost productivity and workflow and improve patient satisfaction. In digital radiography, digital X-ray sensors are used instead of photographic film. It allows for immediate image preview and availability, elimination of costly film and chemical processing, better image quality and less radiation exposure. HealthCare Midwest is a 19-year-old, multidisciplinary physician group with locations in Kalamazoo, Portage, Battle Creek, Coldwater, Paw Paw, Three Rivers, Sturgis and Allegan.

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Janice M. Brown, executive director of The Kalamazoo Promise and former superintendent of Kalamazoo Public Schools, will give an update on the college scholarship program this month at Western Michigan University. She will speak at 8 a.m. Oct. 26 in the Dean’s Conference Room, Room 2150, of Schneider Hall, home of the Haworth College of Business. Her talk — titled “The Kalamazoo Promise … So What’s the New York Times talking about anyway?” — is part of the Keystone Community Bank Breakfast Speaker Series. The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required by calling 269-387-6059. A continental breakfast starts at 7:30 a.m.

The Kalamazoo Giving Circle, a social investment group made up of donors who pool their money, recently awarded five grants to local nonprofit organizations that support their mission “to support existing efforts in Kalamazoo County that address the emotional, social, and economic needs of underrepresented girls and women, assisting them in reaching their potential.” The first recipients of grants from the Kalamazoo Giving Circle Fund were: Kalamazoo Junior Girls — A grant to send 15 girls to Detroit to attend “Black Girls Code,” a computer technology workshop for African-American girls. Ministry With Community — A grant to purchase

women’s personal hygiene products was given. Housing Resource Inc. — A grant to purchase hair care products specifically for African-Americans girls/women, and personal hygiene products for girls/women was given to Eleanor House. Kalamazoo YMCA — A grant for accounting and infrastructure needs to support the work of “Your Turn,” an organization that helps women achieve their health and wellness goals through mutualsupport networks, programs and activities. Kalamazoo Humane Society — A grant to support a joint effort of the YWCA and the Humane Society was given to help pets of victims of domestic abuse.

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German firm Hark Orchids plans to sell its flowers more widely in the United States. The 35,000-square-foot facility the company started building at the Midlink Business Park in Comstock Township will have sterile lab space and other features to allow workers to nurture plants until they reach a size when they can be transported to customers in environmentally controlled Hark containers. Last week, Hark Orchids leaders held a groundbreaking of its $6.5 million facility, which is to open with 50 employees next year.

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE Kathy Crepas has joined Residential Opportunitites Inc. as chief financial officer. Prior to joining ROI, Kathy was CFO of the Kathy Kalamazoo Re- Crepas gional Chamber of Commerce. Kathy has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Hope College and a master of business administration from Western Michigan University. Jan Osmolinski and Gayle VanderWilp have joined the personal lines department of Doyle & Ogden Insurance Advisors. Together, they bring 51 years of experience. D r. C a m e r o n Va n laningham and Dr. Larr y Walton h ave j o i n e d

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at a record $8.2 billion. Throw in U.S. government debts, and you have a system that in total owes $39 trillion— an unprecedented two and a half times gross domestic product. This poses serious risks, including weak growth and even another financial crisis.

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The fiscal cliff On Dec. 31 the U.S. federal government is going to hit a potentially disastrous so-called fiscal cliff. Under current law, taxes are set to jump and spending will be cut. This is partly due to the planned expiration of the Bush-era and other tax cuts and partly to spending cuts agreed to last year. This must not be allowed to happen. The International Monetary Fund, the Congressional Budget Office and most economists agree that the net effect of this sharp budget tightening, at a time when the economy is weak, could tip the U.S. economy back into recession. Middle-class taxpayers would see a big jump in tax bills. Andrew Smithers, a financial consultant in London who called the last two financial crises, suspects it could also tank the stock market.

Yet something must be done. Clearly, $1 trillion-plus budget deficits cannot go on indefinitely. And Congress is likely to demand some form of deal as the price for approving yet another increase to the debt ceiling early next year. We need that agreement, or you will be the first president in history to default on Treasury bonds.

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Jobs According to the Labor Department, about 15% of the workforce, or one worker in seven, is either unemployed or stuck working part-time because he or she can’t get full-time work. And 23% of prime working-age men—about 14 million ages 25 to 54—lack a full-time job. Think about the lost output in the economy—and lost taxes to the government. This has been a recession like no other since World War II. Yes, the U.S. has recovered faster than many of our overseas competitors. And, yes, the private sector has been hiring at a reasonable clip lately—about 145,000 new jobs a month so far this year. Over the last four years, the U.S. government has thrown billions and billions of borrowed money, and billions more of

INVESTOR’S CALENDAR THIS WEEK  Round Two: President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney square off in the second presidential debate Tuesday at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y.  Euro Summit: European leaders will hold a summit in Brussels starting Thursday, where they may sign off on Greece’s latest aid tranche.  Fees Deal: A motion seeking preliminary approval of the proposed $6 billion settlement between credit-card companies and merchants over processing fees is expected to be filed this week in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, N.Y. Wall Street Journal Sunday writers regularly contribute to the Journal’s weekday “Your Money Matters” personalfinance podcast. Listen at WSJ.com/Podcasts  Prepaid Launch: Bluebird, a new prepaid card from American Express and WalMart Stores, will go on sale this week online and at the retailer’s 3,925 U.S. outlets.  Earnings: Charles Schwab, Citigroup, UnitedHealth Group, Intel, International Business Machines, Goldman Sachs Group, American Express, Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Verizon Communications, Morgan Stanley, Google, McDonald’s and General Electric report.  Indicators: Retail sales for September are due out Monday; inflation figures come out Tuesday; existinghome sales are released Friday.

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centage of workers have virtually no money in savings and investments.” Sixty percent of all workers surveyed have less than $25,000 in savings and investments, and 30% have less than $1,000. The figures for boomers—those over 45—are better, but not by a lot. To put this in context, $25,000 will buy a retired couple an annuity of only about $118 a month. Add that to an average Social Security check of $1,230 a month, and you are potentially looking at mass poverty among the elderly.

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Sorry about all this doom and gloom, Mr. President/PresidentElect, especially on the morning after your big triumph. But look on the bright side. The Electoral College doesn’t meet till Dec. 17. Maybe they’ll pick the other guy instead. Email: brett.arends@gmail.com

Forget about the cost of attending college. Just applying can slam your wallet. The average student applies to about eight schools. At an average of $40 per application, the bill can add up, says Don Fraser, director of education and training at the National Association for TIP OF College Admission THE WEEK Counseling. One strategy to save on application fees is attending college fairs, where some schools distribute fee waivers to entice promising students, says April Bell, a director of the College Board, a nonprofit education group. If you visit a college in person, ask the admissions office about a fee waiver or reduction. Smaller, private schools may agree to one even though they typically don’t promote it, Mr. Fraser says. For instance, students who visit Albright College in Reading, Pa., can get a $25 application fee waiver. Also ask about reduced or free applications if you have family alumni, apply early or if you submit your application online, college counselors say. If you apply online to Smith College in Massachusetts, the $60 application fee is waived. The National Association for College Admission Counseling offers waiver forms for families who can show financial hardship, Mr. Fraser says. The colleges then consider waiving the fees. Go to nacacnet.org/ studentinfo/feewaiver. You also can get a waiver from a school if you fall into a lower-income bracket. If you qualified for a fee waiver for the SAT or ACT test or live in federally subsidized public housing, you’ll likely be eligible for application waivers. Talk to your guidance counselor.

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China In the short term, you face the risks of a “hard landing” for the Chinese economy. For the last few years, it has been a major engine of the global economy. In the coming months, many on Wall Street worry, that may be interrupted as China switches from an economy dominated by infrastructure spending to one with more consumer spending. In the longer term, every president since Ulysses S. Grant has presided over an America that had the biggest economy in the world. You will probably be the last. Based on International Monetary Fund data, China’s real output is set to hit $20.2 trillion by 2017, surpassing $19.7 trillion in the U.S. And China is still seeing faster long-term growth than the mature U.S. economy. The gap will widen year after year. Our share of global output, which was 24% in 2000, will by 2017 be down to 18%—and falling. This poses enormous economic, political and strategic challenges. Yes, our military is still No. 1—but you can’t run a first-class empire with a secondclass economy, as the British and the Soviets learned years ago.

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For Some of Us, We Are What We Drive BY LAURA KREUTZER

“You drive a pickup truck?” one of my colleagues said one day last year, after I got off the phone with my husband. “Would not have guessed that one.” I would like to think that he imagined me as more of a zippy-sports-car kind of girl, but his tone suggested that he had a far more utilitarian make and model in mind. For years, I did drive a used Toyota Corolla. But after an accident, my husband, Clay, and I found ourselves among the many Americans who rely on one vehicle. That vehicle happens to be a Ford F150 pickup truck that Clay purchased for his contracting business just a week or two before our wedding nine years ago. I still picture how happy he was when we brought it home. As we drove away from the dealership, he gazed down proudly upon all the cars that passed by from the other direction. We took to calling it “the Beast”—in my view, an apt nickname considering its voracious appetite for petroleum. Clay handles the Beast with the skill and precision of a Formula One race-car driver. I, on the other hand, have cultivated the art of the 52-point turn. Lately, however, the Beast has started to lose its roar: About a year ago, repairs to the air-conditioning and heating systems, among other things, set us back more than $1,000. More recently, a sensor went haywire; fixing that cost another $285. Now Clay has informed me that to pass inspection, we’ll likely need to replace all four tires—for a cost of between $600 and $900. I think we are long overdue to purchase a serviceable used family car, something that gets better gas mileage than the Beast and that I could actually parallel park without fear of hitting a power line or inadvertently backing into someone’s hedges. But Clay isn’t so sure he’s

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ready to let go. i i i Ultimately, I think our conflict boils down to the different perceptions Clay and I have about auto ownership. I don’t see a car as a reflection of my identity. If I did, I would probably drive one of those freaky art cars with all kinds of crazy things glued to the outside but with a dark and luscious, albeit slightly messy, interior. To me, a car should get us from point A to point B safely and comfortably, all while consuming a minimal amount of gas. I come from a family that

To my husband, the Beast is much more than a means of transportation. has always taken good care of our cars, driving them to the bitter end. But at some point, you must recognize that it’s time to call it quits. Just as important, our needs as a family have changed, and the truck doesn’t accommodate those needs. As our daughter goes through school and gets involved in more activities, the truck’s limitations will become more of on issue. You can’t use it to take a group of girls to the movies. It’s also not economical or comfortable for longer distances. But to my husband, the Beast is more than just a means of transportation. It’s

one of the last vestiges of the business that he worked so hard to build over the course of 16 years. He bought the truck just as his business began to thrive. Although he always approached his work as a craftsman and never intended the business to become some great empire, he took great pride in the fact that for many years it attracted a steady flow of jobs by word-of-mouth alone. The truck carried him on that journey, all 113,000 miles of it, and to him giving it up means giving up a part of his identity that he still cherishes. Then there’s the more-difficult aspect, the part that connects his personal sense of self-worth with the Beast. Despite the growing number of fathers who stay at home these days, my husband feels that too often society values individuals, particularly men, based on their profession or how much money they make, rather than the strength of their character. Although he volunteered to stay at home, and frequently enjoys his life as a stay-at-home parent, there is still a part of him that feels a bit embarrassed that he is not contributing financially to the family as directly as he once did. In a way, the truck symbolizes the contribution that he has made over the years. So even though intellectually he knows that the truck does not make the man, giving up the Beast still feels to him as though he’s giving up a part of his masculinity.

On a practical note, Clay points out that so far the money that we have spent on repairs for the Beast probably still comes in far lower than the cost of investing in another car, even if we did limit our purchase to a used one. In addition, we probably don’t use a car as much as many Americans. Our home is within easy walking distance of our town center, where we can access almost anything we need. i i i In the end, after some discussion, we struck a compromise: We will purchase new tires for the Beast, but that will be the last big investment that we put into it. At the same time, we also plan to look for a reasonably priced used car and, if necessary, will trade in the truck to finance it. A small, sentimental part of me will feel a bit sad to see the Beast go, especially knowing how much it has meant to Clay. I hope that he will learn to love the next car we get, and perhaps it will become an integral part of the new identity that he’s creating for himself. We’ve already started brainstorming potential nicknames. The top contenders so far? “The burb-mobile” and “mini-beast.” Laura Kreutzer is assistant managing editor of private equity in the newsletter group at Dow Jones. Write to her at SundayJuggle@wsj.com. You can also join the conversation at WSJ.com/Juggle.


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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

SUNDAY INVESTMENT DARTBOARD

AL’S EMPORIUM

Darts Top Readers, Though Both Post Losses

The Wells Fargo Wagon

BY EMILY GLAZER

The darts trumped the readers picks in the 47th Sunday Journal Investment Dartboard Contest, thanks to small gains by Taiwan Semiconductor, OpenTable and Baxter International. Still, both groups ended up in the red overall. Cape Cod Times reader Dave Hegner’s pick, Wal-Mart Stores, jumped nearly 21% for the six months ended Sept. 28, making him the winner. The retired special-education teacher from South Dennis, Mass., says the giant retailer’s brand name and breadth across the country appeals to people without much discretionary income. “They’re probably not going to Tiffany’s,” he says. “But you can’t throw a rock without hitting [a Wal-Mart].” Honolulu Star Advertiser

reader Suzanne Nakano landed at the bottom with her selection, Genworth Financial, which sank 37%. Ms. Nakano, a real-estate agent who lives in Honolulu, says her pick truly was “a bad dart throw” and she is relieved she doesn’t own the stock. She said in retrospect Apple would have been a safer pick. As a group, the readers’ picks lost about 12%, compared with a 6.7% drop from the six stocks chosen randomly by darts thrown at newspaper stock pages. Sunday Journal contributor Veronica Dagher beat out everyone despite a 4% drop for her picks, thanks to strong showings by Apple and Chevron. But Caterpillar and Intel made dents. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.7% over the sixmonth period. The darts have historically beaten the readers, with 28 wins out of 47 contests.

BY AL LEWIS

Contest 47: Darts Trump Readers

A handful of small gains propelled the darts over the reader picks, though both ended up in the red overall. PURCHASE PRICE 3/30/12

PRICE 9/28/12

CHANGE SINCE 3/30/12

Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) $61.2 Dave Hegner, Cape Cod Times Abbott Laboratories (ABT) 61.29 Michael Keane, Providence Journal Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD) 90.69 Henry Stein, Minneapolis Star Tribune Magic Software Enterprise (MGIC) 6.42 Dale Whittredge, Eagle Tribune Infinera (INFN) 8.12 John Brice, Eugene Register Guard Genworth Financial (GNW) 8.32 Suzanne Nakano, Honolulu Star Advertiser DART SELECTIONS (-6.7%) Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) $15.28 OpenTable (OPEN) 40.47 59.78 Baxter International (BAX) Murphy Oil (MUR) 56.27 129.48 Lorillard (LO) Canon (CAJ) 47.66 VERONICA DAGHER’S PICKS (-4%) Apple (AAPL) $599.55 Chevron (CVX) 107.21 3M (MMM) 89.21 EMC (EMC) 29.88 106.52 Caterpillar (CAT) Intel (INTC) $28.12

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New Selections Include Costco, Royal Caribbean

Here are the new reader selections and their stock prices as of the market close Sept. 28, for Sunday Journal’s 49th Investment Dartboard Contest, which will run through March 31, 2013.  Buckeye Partners (BPL, $47.97): This oil-and-gas storage company has room to grow with the coming winter when oil will be shipped north, says Declan Muldoon of Boca Raton, Fla. Mr. Muldoon, a director of operations for card rooms at a country club, reads the Sun Sentinel.  ChipMOS Technologies Bermuda (IMOS, $15.85): Dave Roberts says this semiconductor maker rides on the coattails of Apple’s success since it provides chips for Apple products. The former Army recruiter from Ephrata, Pa., reads the Sunday News in Lancaster.  Costco Wholesale (COST, $100.16): Kay Quigley of Solvang, Calif., says shoppers will keep buying in bulk, and the warehouse club will continue improving. The freelance writer reads

the Santa Barbara News Press.  Joy Global (JOY, $56.06): Frank and Amy Joy Britton think this mining manufacturer and distributor will be at the forefront of the economic turnaround, especially with its investment in alternative fuels. Ms. Britton, a health-care specialist, and Mr. Britton, a middle-school science teacher, live in Wesley Chapel, Fla., and read the Tampa Tribune.  Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL, $30.21): Theresa Murola, a head bank teller in Clifton, N.J., thinks the improving economy and upcoming holidays will boost the cruise company. Ms. Murola, who has invested in Royal Caribbean, reads the Bergen Record.  Tesla Motors (TSLA, $29.28): Shares of this electriccar maker have been volatile, but Terry Applebaum of Villa Park, Calif., believes they will perform better once more electric-car chargers are installed in the coming months. The retired customer-service manager reads the

Orange County Register.

And the darts hit… Biotechnology firm Amgen (AMGN, $84.29); medical technology company Becton Dickinson (BDX, $78.56); cable and Internet

services provider Charter Communications (CHTR, $75.06); biopharmaceutical firm Medivation (MDVN, $56.35); discount retailer TJX (TJX, $44.79); and bank holding company United Bancshares (UBOH, $9.06).

Demetria Gallegos’s Picks Wall Street Journal Sunday contributor Demetria Gallegos took a shot at the contest with her own picks:  Amazon.com (AMZN, $254.32): The online retailer is underselling everyone and controlling the way the retail game is changing.  Facebook (FB, $21.66): The social-networking firm’s freefall appears to be over.  Service Corp. International (SCI, $13.46): As the population ages, the nation’s largest funeral-home chain has one of two certainties

(not taxes) on its side.  Sprint Nextel (S, $5.52): Data is the big new mobilephone play. And Sprint Nextel can win on price. [Pick made before news of a possible partial takeover by Softbank.]  Toyota Motor (TM, $78.51): Earlier hybrid bets are paying off. There are 21 new or redesigned models coming by 2015.  Wal-Mart Stores (WMT, $73.80): This year should see a better Christmas sales season, with Wal-Mart likely the strongest of the pack.

“O-ho the Wells Fargo Wagon is acomin’ down the street…” Let’s see what kind of reckless mortgage lending it may have done in your neighborhood.  Palmer Court, Lindstrom, Minn. Can the buyer afford it? Who knows? Wells Fargo Bank did not get copies of the buyer’s recent pay stubs.  Martin Luther King Boulevard, Newark. N.J. How’s the buyer’s credit? Who knows? Wells Fargo did not sufficiently analyze it.  Marsh Salt Court, Springtown, Texas. How much did the buyer put down? Who knows? Wells Fargo did not verify the down payment.  Albert Drive, Old Bridge Township, N.J. What’s the ratio of buyer’s income to the payment? What? It’s 41%? That’s enormous. Wells Fargo didn’t sufficiently analyze it.  North Main Street, Laketon, Ind. Whoops. Data-entry error. Wells Fargo overstated the buyer’s income.  West Summit Avenue, Seymour, Mo. Has the buyer paid the rent or the mortgage on past homes? Heck, Wells Fargo doesn’t know. Why should Wells Fargo know? Wells Fargo wasn’t taking the risk. In 1986, the Department of Housing and Urban Development gave Wells Fargo authority to certify loans for Federal Housing Administration insurance. Once these lousy loans were FHA-insured, they were the government’s problem. All of these properties are listed in a lawsuit the government filed against Wells Fargo Bank in U.S. District Court in New York last week. Manhattan’s U.S. Attorney, Preet Bharara, alleges a “longstanding practice of reckless underwriting and fraudulent loan certification for thousands of FHA-insured loans that ultimately defaulted.” Wells Fargo, the nation’s largest mortgage lender, denies

the allegations, and says it will defend itself vigorously. Wells Fargo isn’t the only big bank accused of such things. This was more or less America’s mortgage-making system for years. The damage it did likely brought down your home value, too. The government alleges Wells Fargo took shortcuts on thousands of mortgages fromMay 2001 through October 2005 and illegally foisted them upon the FHA. It also alleges the bank failed to report more than 6,000 loans that went bad between 2002 and 2010—which may be one reason why it took so long to file this lawsuit. America’s economic decline is largely due to armies of negligent people who were paid commissions to push paper. If you believe what’s alleged in countless lawsuits, fraud was commonplace among sellers, buyers, real-estate agents, appraisers, title companies and lenders. It is a lender’s responsibility to properly underwrite a loan to be sure fraud does not occur, let alone run rampant. But when everyone is cheating, and government begs to take the baggage, a lender thinks more about the money than hiring and training bright, honest people to straighten it out. “Yet another major bank has engaged in a long-standing and reckless trifecta of deficient training, deficient underwriting and deficient disclosure, all while relying on the convenient backstop of government insurance,” Mr. Bharara said in a news release. I predict this case will go the way of so many others: Wells Fargo will pay a huge settlement, possibly without any admission of guilt, long before a trial date beeps on any lawyer’s smartphone. Mr. Bharara can sit back and hum the old show tune: “O-ho the Wells Fargo Wagon is acomin’ now; Is it a prepaid surprise or C.O.D.?” Al Lewis is a columnist for Dow Jones Newswires in Denver. He blogs at tellittoal.com; his email address is al.lewis@dowjones.com

BARRON’S INSIGHT

INVESTING BASICS

Beware of Risky Closed-End Funds

It’s Time for Some Portfolio Tweaks

Many closed-end mutual funds with high yields are trading far above net asset value, or the value of their underlying assets. These funds, which trade on the stock market like stocks, look to be an expensive bet on investments that historically have sold near net asset value. The current distortion relates to investors’ hunger for income at a time when 10-year Treasury bonds yield a pathetic 1.7%. If investor sentiment shifts, the prices of closed-end shares, which sport yields of 6% to 10%, could fall dramatically. “A lot of new investors are looking at closed-end funds,” says Cecilia Gondor, chief investment officer at Thomas J. Herzfeld Advisors. “They are looking for yield and aren’t necessarily focused on premium.” Some closed-end funds are priced 20% to 30% above NAV, while one fund, Pimco Global StocksPlus & Income (PGP) trades at a 44% premium to NAV. Using the fund screener at CEFConnect.com, Barron’s identified 10 large closed-end funds with very high premiums. “Closed-end funds trade pri-

Overpriced?

These 10 funds sport some of the biggest premiums to NAV among closed-ends. Buyer, do your homework. Fund (Ticker)

Premium to Recent Net Asset Distrib Price Value Yield

Pimco High Income (PHK) $11.99 Pimco Global 18.70 StocksPLUS & Income (PGP) Gabelli Utility Trust (GUT) 7.63 Cushing MLP Total Return (SRV) 8.69 Babson Capital Corporate 16.51 Investors (MCI) Pioneer High Income Trust (PHT) 16.42 Pimco Calif Municipial Income II (PCK) 10.66 Babson Capital Participation 14.98 Investors (MPV) Pimco Strategic Global 11.45 Government (RCS) Pimco Municipal Income III (PMX) 12.79 *Data as of 10/10 close

44.98% 12.19% 43.74 11.76

Strategy

High-Yield Taxable Income

34.81 24.32 22.48

7.86 10.36 7.27

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10.05 7.04 7.21

High-Yield Municipals High-Yield

18.04

8.38

Global Fixed Income

16.17

6.57

Municipals

Source: WSJ Market Data Group; CEFConnect.com

marily based upon yield and the reliability of that yield,” Bill Gross, Pimco’s founder and cochief investment officer, emailed in response to a Barron’s query. “If a fund trades consistently above NAV, it is usually a reflection of investors’ perception that the yield these assets generate will be maintained.” There are many reasons investor sentiment could shift. Any hint of rising interest rates

would be a concern, as would expectations that the gap between short- and long-term rates might narrow. That would hurt funds relying on shortterm borrowing to buy longterm assets. Premiums also could fall if a fund cuts its payout or sells new shares. Jacqueline Doherty is a writer for Barron’s. For more stories, see barrons.com.

ASK DOW JONES

Why the Delay With My Refund? BY TOM HERMAN

Q:

I am a widow living on a fixed income. My tax return for 2011 was prepared for me by my certified public accountant, and I mailed it to Internal Revenue on April 13, 2012. I am entitled to a $3,181 refund, which I still haven’t received. I have tried contacting the IRS both through its website and by phone. But I have been told only that my return has been received and is “in process.” Any thoughts on what’s going on, and what I can do? D.M., Highlands Ranch, Colo.

A:

Sorry to hear about this very long delay. It sounds as though you already have tried the most obvious routes. In case other readers aren’t aware of those routes, they include using the IRS’s “Where’s My Refund” on-

line system (at www.irs.gov), and the toll-free phone number 800-829-1954. Here’s a possible explanation for the delay you have experienced. Someone may have stolen your identity and used it to file tax returns in your name. For example, if your wallet was lost or stolen and your Medicare card was in it, someone may have used your Social Security number (which is on your Medicare card) to file a bogus tax return. If this is an identity-theft case (there might be other explanations), that could explain the lengthy delay in getting your refund. If so, the best strategy probably is continued persistence—and enormous patience. If you’re experiencing a financial hardship because of this delay, consider getting in touch with the nearest office of the IRS’s Taxpayer Advocate Service, or TAS, which calls itself an “independent organization within the IRS.”

Nina Olson, the IRS’s National Taxpayer Advocate, has talked and written at length about the severity of identity fraud. Over many years of interviewing Ms. Olson and her team, I have been impressed by their determination to cut through bureaucratic red tape and help taxpayers in distress. For details on how to reach TAS, click on “Taxpayer Advocate Service” on the IRS website, or call its toll-free number at 877-777-4778. TAS isn’t only for taxpayers experiencing financial hardships. It’s also available to those who have tried to resolve their problems through normal IRS channels and haven’t been successful, an IRS official says.

Send your questions to us at askdowjones.sunday03@wsj.com and include your name, address and telephone number. Questions may be edited; we regret that we cannot answer every letter.

BY CAROLYN T. GEER

With U.S. stock indexes posting doubledigit gains through the third quarter, and taxes poised to rise next year on several fronts, a little financial housekeeping is in order. Here’s a fall-cleaning checklist—for your investments.

1

Prepare to take taxable gains Unless Congress takes action after the November elections, the tax on gains from the sale of most assets held more than one year will rise to 20% from 15% for investors in the 25% incometax bracket or higher, and to 10% from 0% for investors in the 10% or 15% bracket. In addition, a new 3.8% surtax will take effect next year for investors whose modified adjusted gross income is over $200,000 (for individuals), $250,000 (for married couples) or $125,000 (for married taxpayers filing separately). The tax will apply to either your net investment income or the amount that your modified adjusted gross income exceeds the threshold—whichever is less. If you’re considering selling appreciated securities soon anyway—perhaps to raise cash, diversify a portfolio or take profits on a stock that looks fully valued—it makes sense to do it this year to lock in potentially much lower tax rates, says Andrew Mehalko, head of AM Global Wealth Management in West Palm Beach, Fla.

2

Evaluate a Roth IRA Next year, Roth individual retirement accounts, whose distributions can be tax-free, will look even better compared with traditional IRAs, whose distributions are taxed as ordinary income. For one thing, income-tax rates are set to rise next year. For another, distributions from traditional IRAs are excluded from net investment income but included in modified adjusted gross income, potentially increasing your exposure to the new surtax. By contrast, tax-free distributions from Roth IRAs are excluded from both net investment income and modified adjusted gross income, helping

Scott Anderson

BY JACQUELINE DOHERTY

limit your exposure to the new tax. But there are restrictions on who can contribute to a Roth. If your income is over $125,000 (for individuals) or $183,000 (for joint filers), the only way to gain access to a Roth is to convert part or all of an existing retirement account, such as a traditional IRA. The converted amount counts as taxable income, but by converting this year instead of next, someone in the highest incometax bracket could pay the current 35% rate versus potentially 39.6%, plus avoid the surtax, says Ed Slott, an accountant and IRA expert in Rockville Centre, N.Y. Tax on a conversion is best paid from non-IRA assets. A good source would be proceeds from the planned sale of appreciated securities in a taxable account, Mr. Slott says.

3

Reorganize assets Holding income-producing securities in tax-advantaged retirement accounts will be especially important next year if qualified dividends go from being taxed at long-term, capitalgains rates to higher, ordinaryincome tax rates as planned. If you own taxable bonds or dividend-paying stocks in your taxable accounts and you don’t currently need the income, consider selling them this year and repurchasing them in an IRA or a 401(k) account, advises Shomari Hearn, a financial planner with Palisades Hudson Financial Group in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Taxable accounts can be used for growth stocks that pay little

or no dividends, and for tax-exempt municipal bonds, he adds. As a bonus, income from munis is excluded from both net investment income and modified adjusted gross income, so it won’t be subject to the new 3.8% surtax.

4

Inspect your asset allocation Believe it or not—and many investors, still spooked by the 2007-09 bear market, do not believe it—U.S. stock prices have risen smartly in the past few years. Franklin Templeton Investments surveyed investors in 2010, 2011 and 2012, and each time at least 48% of respondents thought the stock market had been down or flat the prior year. In reality, the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index was up 26.5% in 2009, 15.1% in 2010 and 2.1% in 2011. And, so far at least, the S&P has continued climbing, gaining 16.4% in the first three quarters of this year. The result: A portfolio that was invested half in stocks and half in bonds in early 2009 would be 63% in equities and 37% in fixed income today, according to Morningstar. Granted many investors have been pulling money out of stock funds recently, but equities still account for a large portion of retirement-plan assets. Now would be a good time to check the mix of stocks and bonds in your 401(k) or IRA. If it has gotten out of whack, consider rebalancing back to your target asset allocation. investingbasics.wsj@gmail.com


KALAMAZOO GAZETTE

H6 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

Stocks & Mutual Funds

STOCKS

Last

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AecomTch 21.01 -.07 -.66 Aegerion 15.96 +1.98 +1.97 Aegon 5.35 +.01 -.10 AerCap 12.76 -.10 -.18 Aeropostl 12.92 -.24 -.42 AEtern grs 2.43 -.69 -.66 Aetna 43.25 -.04 +1.77 Affymax 26.75 +.80 +3.98 Affymetrix 3.42 -.10 -.89 Agilent 37.22 -.41 -1.64 51.50 -1.15 -2.07 Agnico g Agrium g 103.29 -1.19 -.99 AirProd 82.00 +.03 -1.90 11.18 -.23 -.46 Aircastle 80.11 -.52 -2.41 Airgas AkamaiT 37.58 -.31 -1.83 13.11 +.20 -.35 Akorn AlaskAir s 36.82 +.26 +.30 Albemarle 52.01 -.32 -2.34 1.00 -.01 -.04 AlcatelLuc 8.69 -.08 -.40 Alcoa Alere 20.84 -.30 -.80 72.77 -.26 +.09 AlexREE 111.19 -.97 -6.96 Alexion Alexza rs 5.67 +.12 36.56 -.34 -1.58 AlignTech 19.22 +.10 -1.66 Alkermes AllegTch 31.42 -.30 +.34 92.26 -.26 -1.37 Allergan 137.84 -.67 -6.18 AlliData AlliBInco 8.61 +.05 ... AlliantEgy 44.11 -.29 -.04 AlliantTch 51.94 +.04 -.61 AlldNevG 38.88 -.79 -.57 AllscriptH 13.74 -.16 +.41 40.61 -.21 -.37 Allstate AlonUSA 12.86 -.21 -1.45 7.88 -.67 +1.30 AlphaNRs 4.43 -.01 -.06 AlpTotDiv AlpAlerMLP 16.67 -.15 AlteraCp lf 32.33 +.35 -1.10 33.12 +.41 -.88 Altria Alumina 3.52 -.11 -.12 39.72 -.32 -.51 AmBev 10.88 -.21 -1.64 Amarin Amazon 242.36 -1.86 -16.15 32.20 -.08 -.60 Amdocs 32.60 -.20 -.28 Ameren Amerigrp 91.63 -.06 +.08 25.82 +.03 -.53 AMovilL AmApparel 1.34 +.05 +.04 AmAxle 11.75 -.32 -.73 AmCampus 43.22 +.39 +.43 32.59 -.61 -2.31 ACapAgy AmCapLtd 11.59 -.05 -.24 24.46 -.57 -1.44 ACapMtg AEagleOut 21.54 -.25 -.50 AEP 44.12 -.12 -.10 11.59 +.07 -.32 AEqInvLf 57.89 -.58 -.67 AmExp AFnclGrp 37.92 -.19 -.44 17.05 +.05 +.29 AGreet AmIntlGrp 35.46 -.22 +.23 ARltyCT n 11.87 -.02 -.05 72.17 +.50 -.65 AmTower AmWtrWks 36.32 -.34 -.92 Ameriprise 55.96 -.87 -1.87 AmeriBrgn 39.50 +.03 -.02 ... 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TranS1 CrumbBke

15.96 +1.98 2.95 +.36 2.84 +.34

DigCine n WbstFn wt

5.08 4.86 7.70

-.80 -.74 -1.05

-13.6 -13.2 -12.0

WellsFargo SiriusXM Intel

575787 34.25 552001 2.78 454892 21.48

-.93 +.05 -.20

FtSecG rsh BioFuel rs LexiPhrm

3.00 7.15 2.69

+.35 +.83 +.30

+13.2 +13.1 +12.6

Sarepta rs SunTr wtA XenoPort

27.11 -3.62 6.10 -.80 10.65 -1.26

-11.8 -11.6 -10.6

Microsoft

441963 29.20

+.25

CountrPth

2.50

+.26

+11.6

CSVS2xPall

45.14 -5.31

-10.5

Citigroup

413420 34.75

-.77

SycamNt s

5.20

+.53

+11.3

CharmCom

5.00

-10.4

-.58

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Crude Oil (bbl) 91.86 Ethanol (gal) 2.44 Heating Oil (gal) 3.22 Natural Gas (mm btu) 3.61 Gold (oz) 1,758.00 Platinum (oz) 1,657.10 Silver (oz) 33.63 7.53 Corn (bu) Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 284.70 Soybeans (bu) 15.23 Wheat (bu) 8.57

INDEX

4,365.98 5,390.11 499.82 422.90 6,844.16 8,515.60 2,441.48 3,196.93 1,474.51 1,158.15 664.58 868.50 15,432.54 12,085.12

D.J. Transport D.J. Utilities NYSE Comp. NASD Comp. S&P 500 Russell 2000 Wilshire 5000

Last

Fri Chg

Wk’s Chg Last

4.29 -.03 +.05 ParkDrl ParkerHan 79.40 +.22 -5.01 ParkerVsn 2.01 -.03 -.33 PartnerRe 77.60 -.10 +.64 18.09 +.96 +.64 PatrkInd PattUTI 16.97 +.10 +1.50 32.63 -.07 -.94 Paychex 25.71 -.47 +3.33 PeabdyE Pengrth g 6.44 -.07 -.10 40.82 -.38 -1.95 PnnNGm 4.89 -.11 -1.71 PennVa PennWst g 13.50 -.19 -.01 PennantPk 10.51 +.02 -.28 26.03 -.15 +2.07 Penney PennyMac 24.28 +.06 -.18 43.63 -.08 -1.83 Pentair 12.04 -.18 -.44 PeopUtdF PepBoy 10.25 -.17 -.02 PepcoHold 19.34 -.04 -.03 70.05 +.23 -1.05 PepsiCo PeregrinP .73 -.04 -.06 29.69 +.16 -.71 PerkElm 117.94 +.19 -1.91 Perrigo PetSmart 69.35 -.30 +.94 21.93 -.08 -.05 PetrbrsA 22.71 -.11 -.05 Petrobras PetRes 26.16 -.07 -.21 6.52 -.18 -.20 PtroqstE -.40 25.12 Pfizer PhilipMor 91.70 +.86 -2.04 24.13 +.11 -.07 PhilipsEl Phillips66 n 43.92 -.68 -1.85 PhotrIn 4.84 -.12 -.43 31.28 -.36 -.97 PiedNG 17.41 +.05 +.15 PiedmOfc Pier 1 18.83 +.06 -1.01 4.45 -.02 -.54 PilgrimsP PimcoCp&I 18.29 +.38 -.72 PimCpOp 20.41 +.49 -.01 12.51 -.11 -1.60 PimcoHiI 11.52 -.04 -.14 PinnclEnt PinWst 52.71 -.13 -.54 6.86 -.15 -.12 PionEnSvc 102.15 -1.96 -.79 PioNtrl PitnyBw 13.36 -.17 -.45 PlainsAA s 44.78 -.15 -1.52 36.41 -.67 +.24 PlainsEx PlumCrk 42.94 +.48 +.34 3.91 -.08 -.08 PluristemT 82.57 +.81 -.66 Polaris Polycom 10.14 -.21 +.63 Popular rs 18.27 -.63 -.33 27.60 -.03 +.18 PortGE PostPrp 47.37 -.39 41.59 -.77 -.14 Potash Power-One 4.76 -.06 -.47 PwshDB 28.55 -.40 +.01 28.91 -.27 -.22 PS Agri PS USDBull 21.83 -.03 +.07 PS SrLoan 24.99 +.01 PS SP LwV 28.07 -.11 -.51 PSHYCpBd 19.22 +.03 +.04 PwShPfd 14.93 +.01 +.05 PShEMSov 31.29 +.16 +.31 PSIndia 18.48 -.29 -.78 PwShs QQQ 66.68 -.03 -2.30 Praxair 103.87 +.17 -1.74 PrecCastpt 162.41 -.55 -1.15 PrecDrill 8.08 +.06 +.27 Presstek h .49 -.00 -.01 PriceTR 63.60 -.65 -.19 priceline 593.15 -4.99 -38.74 Primerica 28.16 -.45 -.76 Primero g 7.17 -.10 -.20 PrinFncl 26.92 -.45 -.84 PrivateB 16.90 +.03 +.58 ProLogis 34.84 +.01 -.06 ProShtDow 34.24 -.02 +.69 ProShtQQQ 25.30 +.82 ProShtS&P 34.33 +.11 +.76 ProUltDow 72.63 +.04 -3.16 PrUltQQQ s 57.40 -.03 -4.03 PrUShQQQ 29.14 +.03 +1.87 ProUltSP 60.28 -.39 -2.78 PrUShD30 rs 67.90 -.02 +4.07 PrUShtFin 36.83 +.83 +1.08 ProUltSOG 20.88 +.20 +.54 ProUltFin 63.52 -1.62 -2.16 ProUltO&G 47.40 -.51 -1.39 ProShtR2K 25.40 +.25 +.62 PrUPQQQ s 55.65 -.01 -5.91 ProUltR2K 42.79 -.70 -2.21 ProSht20Tr 29.05 -.07 -.71 PrUltSP500 88.14 -1.09 -6.32 PrUSSilv rs 42.40 +1.11 +2.29 PrUVxST rs 29.79 +.41 +2.01 PShtVxST s 68.00 -.44 -2.87 PrUltCrude 30.87 -.45 +1.18 PrUShCrde 40.27 +.61 -1.86 ProVixSTF 18.92 +.20 +.73 ProUltSlv s 54.75 -1.54 -3.44 ProUShEuro 19.79 -.08 +.23 ProctGam 67.94 -.06 -1.69 ProgrsSoft 18.56 +.15 -2.92 ProgsvCp 22.20 +.14 +.39 PrUShSP rs 55.36 +.44 +2.44 PUShDow rs 47.43 +1.90 PrUShL20 rs 62.12 -.32 -2.95 ProUSR2K 27.72 +.44 +1.28 PUSSP500 rs 39.22 +.38 +2.50 PUPSR2K rs 38.93 +.97 +2.69 PUShQQQ rs 39.90 +.02 +3.79 ProspctCap 11.47 -.09 -.26 ProtLife 26.05 -.68 -.59 Prudentl 56.05 -.87 -.65 PsychmCp 11.90 +.20 -.55 PSEG 32.49 -.21 +.16 PubStrg 136.54 -.99 -2.65 PulteGrp 15.61 -.08 -1.02 PureBio rsh 1.41 -.16 +.29 PPrIT 5.74 -.16 QAD Inc B QEP Res QIAGEN Qihoo360 QlikTech Qlogic Qualcom QualityS s QuantaSvc QntmDSS Quaterra g QstDiag Questar Questcor QuickLog QksilvRes Quidel Quiksilvr RF MicD RPC s RPM RPX Corp Rackspace RadianGrp

Q-R 12.10 32.00 17.95 22.00 21.37 9.89 58.89 17.82 24.30 1.67 .40 63.39 20.20 22.01 2.70 4.84 17.10 3.35 3.56 11.60 26.16 9.69 67.27 4.35

-.57 -.49 -.15 -.69 -.35 -.13 -.32 -.28 +.23 +.01 +.00 -.85 -.13 +.97 -.03 +.09 -.27 -.12 -.11 -.02 -.07 -.41 +.23 -.02

-1.00 +.33 -1.25 -1.29 +2.24 -.70 -3.75 -.61 -.45 +.07 +.04 -.78 -.07 +2.61 -.20 +.65 -.87 -.12 -.33 -.38 -.79 -1.15 -1.90 -.27

RadioShk Ralcorp RLauren Rambus Ramtrn RangeRs RaptorPhm RJamesFn Rayonier Raytheon RealD Realogy n RltyInco RedHat RedwdTr Reeds RegalEnt RgcyCtrs Regenrn RegionsFn RelStlAl ReneSola Renren Rentech RepubSvc RschMotn ResMed ResrceCap RetailPrp n RexEnergy ReynAmer RigelPh RioTinto RitchieBr RiteAid RiverbedT RobbMyer RobtHalf RockTen RockwlAut RockColl RockwdH Roper RosttaG rs RosettaR RossStrs s Roundys n Rovi Corp Rowan RoyalBk g RBScotlnd RylCarb RoyDShllB RoyDShllA RoyGld Royce Rubicon g RubyTues Ryder Ryland RymanHP

LAST

CHG

% CHG

YTD CHG

5,044.63 475.48 8,227.08 3,044.11 1,428.59 823.09 14,917.94

+44.17 -3.09 -29.51 -5.30 -4.25 -6.69 -52.72

+.88 -.65 -.36 -.17 -.30 -.81 -.35

+.50 +2.32 +10.03 +16.85 +13.60 +11.09 +13.10

Fri Chg 2.26 72.91 154.85 4.96 3.10 71.73 5.19 36.54 47.68 54.88 8.96 33.60 41.00 53.69 14.36 7.33 14.80 48.90 150.73 7.28 50.34 1.34 3.71 2.48 27.80 7.80 40.11 5.79 11.66 12.76 41.98 9.25 48.69 20.74 1.16 21.97 59.89 25.24 71.64 69.73 53.26 47.37 109.55 5.37 45.59 61.73 5.83 14.20 32.57 57.97 8.64 30.56 70.71 68.97 88.60 12.89 3.67 7.10 42.29 29.64 40.36

S-T

Wk’s Chg Last -.04 +.21 -.53 -1.73 -.69 -2.72 -.23 -.43 +.01 +.01 -1.55 +2.70 -.15 -.20 -.65 -.96 +.06 -.84 -.60 -.10 -.05 -.60 ... -.04 -.24 -.08 -1.52 -.08 -.32 -.14 +.95 -.02 -.06 -.11 +.39 -2.97 -8.27 -.34 -.29 -.29 -1.46 -.03 -.09 -.07 -.25 -.06 -.02 +.14 -.06 -.11 -.42 -.02 -.82 -.08 -.25 -.24 -.19 -.39 +.42 -.21 -2.23 -.25 -.56 +.87 -.16 +.50 -.02 -.04 -.13 -.83 +.07 -.07 -.17 -1.09 +.45 -1.00 +.43 -1.04 +.43 -1.26 -.21 -1.62 -.15 -1.53 -.18 -.60 -.88 +.45 -.44 -4.37 -.14 -.46 -.27 +.63 +.04 -.03 -.06 -.72 -.12 +.18 -.44 -.96 -.04 -.93 -.06 -.90 -2.80 -9.72 -.04 -.19 -.04 -.08 +.04 +.01 -.11 +.27 -.67 -2.42 +.26 -.51

SAIC 10.89 -.09 SAP AG 70.54 +1.11 SBA Com 65.22 +.88 SCANA 48.30 -.21 SEI Inv 21.17 -.24 SK Tlcm 14.80 -.06 SLGreen 78.17 -.89 SLM Cp 17.00 -.31 SM Energy 55.19 -1.35 SpdrDJIA 133.13 SpdrGold 170.06 -1.26 SpdrIntRE 39.59 +.05 SpdrWldxUS 23.81 -.14 SP Mid 177.66 -1.47 S&P500ETF 142.89 -.47 Spdr Div 57.89 -.27 SpdrHome 24.62 -.12 SpdrS&PBk 23.65 -.59 SpdrLehHY 40.25 +.04 SpdrNuBST 24.46 -.02 SpdrLe1-3bll 45.81 -.01 SpdrS&P RB 28.16 -.91 SpdrRetl 62.23 -.38 SpdrOGEx 55.57 -.53 SpdrMetM 44.14 -1.03 SPX Cp 68.27 +1.42 STEC 6.17 -.03 STMicro 6.00 +.36 Safeway 15.57 -.14 StJude 42.59 -.10 Saks 10.35 -.13 Salesforce 153.29 +.68 SalixPhm 39.82 -.08 SallyBty 24.67 -.37 SanDisk 42.28 SandRdge 7.24 -.08 Sandst g rs 13.62 -.38 Sanmina 7.87 -.40 Sanofi 43.11 +.16 Santarus 9.11 -.23 Sarepta rs 27.11 -3.62 Satcon rsh .48 -.42 SavientPh 2.26 -.04 Schlmbrg 72.19 -.23 Schwab 12.95 -.22 ScrippsNet 62.52 -.58 SeadrillLtd 39.55 +.07 SeagateT 28.07 -.18 SealAir 15.35 -.13 Sealy 2.21 SearsHldgs 59.92 -1.00 SearsH&O n 30.68 SeattGen 25.00 +.29 SelCmfrt 31.84 -.37 SempraEn 66.88 -.13 Semtech 23.52 -.41 SenHous 22.00 -.13 Sensient 36.33 -.45 Sequenom 3.44 -.18 ServiceCp 13.56 -.05 ServNow n 33.32 -1.18 ShandaG s 3.75 -.06 ShawGrp 43.90 +.03 Sherwin 149.22 -.07 ShipFin 15.02 -.25 Shire 86.86 -.24 ShoeCarn s 23.90 -.09 ShufflMstr 15.17 +.06 Shutterfly 28.42 +.40 Shuttrstk n 22.00 +.34 SiderurNac 5.41 -.03 SigmaDsg 6.09 +.03 71.90 SigmaAld 4.34 -.17 SilicnImg Slcnware 5.27 -.10 SilvStd g 14.51 -.33 SilvWhtn g 38.87 -.42 SilvrcpM g 5.96 -.18 SimonProp 152.39 -.66 Sina 60.64 -.90 Sinclair 12.17 +.01 SiriusXM 2.78 +.05 Skechers 17.64 +.05 SkyWest 10.68 +.04

1.9 2.6 2.1 .3 3.5 1.5 2.1 3.6 1.6 .3 1.0 2.4 1.1

PVS

CHG

92.07 2.47 3.26 3.60 1,768.80 1,687.80 34.05 7.73 283.40 15.49 8.86

-.23 +.20 -1.02 +.19 -.61 -1.82 -1.21 -2.65 +.46 -1.68 -3.30

% YTD

-7.05 +10.68 +9.84 +20.81 +12.27 +18.39 +20.66 +16.43 +15.22 +27.03 +31.25

INTEREST RATES

TRENDS 52-WEEK LOW HIGH

2.5

VOL NET PE 100s CLOSE CHG 9 408794 41.62 -.48 11 78315 25.87 -.36 15 1641 22.01 -.07 16 9540 51.73 +.13 8 4794 72.32 +.22 8 116 3.06 +.01 9 2406 43.47 -.17 4 216 17.00 -.14 15 1670 19.26 -.22 13 39043 62.73 -1.82 11 9319 79.40 +.22 27 4388117.94 +.19 15 229788 25.12 ... 19 7990 68.27 +1.42 11 249 15.07 -.06 16 5316 9.88 -.23 14 15182 52.30 -.16 18 20368 25.49 +.07 32 507 40.70 +.30 11 7265 83.58 -1.24 18 4137 42.99 -.43

COMMODITIES

NAME

LAST CHG % CHG

YLD % 2.9 2.8 3.6 3.4 2.8

-.35 -1.24 +.79 -.64 -.23 +.07 -.31 +.33 +2.88 -2.83 -2.56 -.14 -.56 -3.87 -3.25 -1.13 -1.22 -.71 +.05 +.03 ... -1.04 -1.45 +.18 +.33 +.21 -.55 +.22 -.59 -1.10 -.30 -1.44 -.88 -1.42 -1.81 -.03 -1.11 -.23 -1.53 -.41 -7.19 -.46 -.11 +.70 -.30 -.99 +.20 -1.52 -.56 -.05 +3.14 ... -1.78 -1.28 +.20 -1.89 +.03 -.98 -.09 -.12 -3.68 +.09 -.02 -6.47 -.05 -1.48 +1.32 -.41 -1.13 ... -.01 -.08 -1.48 -.36 -.40 -1.14 -1.17 -.55 -.32 -.90 +.50 +.09 +.42 -.35

SkywksSol SmithWes SmithfF Smucker SolarWinds Solazyme Solera SonicCorp SonocoP Sonus SonyCp Sothebys Sourcefire SoJerInd SouthnCo SthnCopper SwstAirl SwstnEngy SpartnMot SprtnStr SpectraEn SpectPh SpiritAero SpiritAir SpiritRC n Splunk n Spreadtrm SprintNex SprottSilv SprottGold SP Matls SP HlthC SP CnSt SP Consum SP Engy SPDR Fncl SP Inds SP Tech SP Util StMotr StdPac StdRegis Standex StanBlkDk Staples StarBulk h StarScient Starbucks StarwdHtl StarwdPT StateStr Statoil ASA StlDynam Steelcse StemCells Sterlite StifelFin StillwtrM StoneEngy Stratasys StratHotels Stryker SumitMitsu SmmtMP n SunHlth SunCokeE Suncor gs SunesisPh SunPwr h SunriseSen SunstnHtl Suntech SunTrst SuperMicro SupEnrgy Supvalu SusqBnc SusserPet n SwftEng SwiftTrans SycamNt s Symantec Synacor n Synopsys Synovus Synovus pf Sysco TCF Fncl TCW Strat TD Ameritr TE Connect TECO TICC Cap TIM Part TJX s TRC Cos TRWAuto tw telecom TaiwSemi TakeTwo TalismE g TangerFac Target Taseko TataMotors Taubmn TeckRes g TecumsehB TeekayTnk TelefBrasil TelefEsp TelData Tellabs TmpEMF TmpGlb TempurP Tenaris TenetHlt rs Tennant Tenneco Teradata Teradyn Terex TescoCp TeslaMot Tesoro TesseraTch TetraTech TevaPhrm TxCapBsh TexInst TexRdhse Textron

52 WK CHG 3-month T-bill +7.53 +8.37 +11.93 +14.10 +16.66 +15.53 +16.09

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PVS

.11 6-month T-Bill .16 1-yr T-note .21 .27 2-year T-Note 10-year T-Note 1.66 30-year T-Bond 2.83 4.16 Bond Buyer Muni Idx The prime rate stands at 3.25 percent.

Fri Chg

Wk’s Chg Last

22.17 -.24 10.17 -.07 20.45 -.09 83.45 -.11 53.39 +.08 10.11 -.16 45.54 +.19 9.69 -.12 30.59 1.78 -.01 11.36 -.08 30.28 -.74 46.16 +.16 51.49 -.40 45.61 -.11 35.01 -.51 8.84 +.13 36.11 +.04 5.11 -.01 15.07 -.06 29.03 -.39 11.78 -.17 21.70 +.18 17.60 -.01 16.12 -.20 31.31 -.21 20.48 +.58 5.73 -.03 13.75 -.21 15.06 -.10 36.37 -.16 40.31 -.06 35.85 +.03 46.25 -.01 72.56 -.40 15.81 -.22 36.45 +.04 29.92 -.02 36.50 -.21 17.71 -.04 6.97 -.08 .65 +.02 44.13 -.52 70.06 -1.67 11.10 -.34 .58 -.03 3.13 +.08 47.18 +.02 56.27 -.20 22.36 -.15 41.38 -.64 25.54 -.03 12.10 -.28 9.88 -.23 2.18 +.16 7.66 -.10 31.75 -.93 10.22 -.80 23.65 -.41 62.74 +3.25 5.85 -.14 52.30 -.16 5.95 -.06 20.96 +.04 8.47 -.01 16.33 -.39 32.98 -.07 5.46 -.30 4.69 +.01 14.46 -.03 10.52 -.37 .82 -.02 29.17 -1.02 8.79 -.47 19.95 -.33 1.86 -.04 10.20 -.42 24.94 +.62 18.56 -.04 9.21 +.05 5.20 +.53 17.88 -.07 6.77 -.12 32.10 -.15 2.37 -.07 21.24 -.49 31.25 11.13 -.55 5.80 +.08 15.56 -.38 32.75 -.45 17.52 -.29 10.04 -.19 17.40 -.15 42.83 -1.05 8.08 -.25 46.70 -.36 26.74 -.15 15.12 +.09 11.18 +.21 13.02 -.09 32.00 61.52 +.27 3.07 -.02 25.62 -.15 78.41 +.07 30.50 -.56 5.25 3.57 +.02 21.81 -.26 13.09 +.05 24.99 +.11 3.31 -.05 18.55 +.06 9.46 -.01 32.37 -.34 39.60 -.32 23.67 -.42 42.18 +.15 27.79 +.12 74.59 +1.59 13.62 -.06 22.43 -.17 9.90 -.01 27.64 -.68 38.29 -.30 13.33 -.12 5.99 -.06 39.44 -.05 47.24 -3.22 27.28 -.02 17.09 -.16 25.49 +.07

-1.33 -.05 -.16 -3.00 -3.57 -.85 +.09 -.52 -.70 -.11 -.64 -2.01 -1.98 -1.19 -.36 -.26 -.13 +.60 -.20 -.25 -.95 -.21 -.53 +.16 -.18 -1.72 +.52 +.53 -.44 -.27 -.83 -.86 -.66 -1.36 -1.02 -.25 -.71 -.97 -.24 -.53 -.42 -.08 -1.33 -4.97 -.53 -.05 -.10 -1.56 -.99 -.69 -.61 +.03 +.19 -.68 +.05 -.22 -2.67 -2.10 +.12 +.36 -.27 -2.51 -.19 +.06 ... -.30 -.71 -.83 +.16 ... -.45 -.13 -1.14 -2.20 +.71 -.36 -.52 +.62 -.58 +.07 +.50 -.15 -.77 -.77 -.11 -.99 -.35 -.85 +.06 -.33 -1.45 -.03 -.38 -.85 -2.57 +.30 -2.24 -.56 -.95 -.03 -.15 -.07 -2.66 -.28 -1.19 +.56 -.20 -.28 -.18 -.55 -.61 -.47 -.10 -.02 ... -.17 -1.51 -1.09 -.26 -1.53 -1.08 -.45 -1.43 -.34 -1.25 -4.95 -.58 -.13 -.68 -4.38 -.88 -.05 -.29

ThermoFis ThomCrk g ThomsonR Thor Inds Thoratec 3D Sys 3M Co ThrshdPhm TibcoSft Tidwtr Tiffany TW Cable TimeWarn Timken Titan Intl TitanMach TitanMet TiVo Inc TollBros TootsieR Torchmark Torchmk52 ToroCo s Total SA TotalSys Towerstm TractSupp TrCda g TrnsRty TransDigm Transocn Travelers Travelzoo Tredgar TriContl TriCntl pf TrimbleN TrinaSolar Trinity TripAdv n TriQuint Tronox s TrueRelig TrstNY TurqHillRs TwoHrbInv TycoIntl s Tyson UBS AG UDR UFP Tch UGI Corp UIL Hold UNS Engy URS US Airwy USA Tech h USG UTStarcm UTiWrldwd UltaSalon UltraPt g Umpqua UndArmr s UniFirst UnilevNV Unilever UnionPac Unisys UtdContl UtdMicro UtdNtrlF UtdOnln UPS B UtdRentals US Bancrp US NGs rs US OilFd USSteel UtdStatn UtdTech UtdTherap UtdhlthGp UnivDisp UnivFor UnvHR UnivHlthS UnumGrp UraniumEn UranmRs h UrbanOut UtahMed VCA Ant VF Cp Valassis Vale SA Vale SA pf ValeantPh ValeroE Validus VlyNBcp ValVis A VangLTBd VangSTBd VangTotBd VangGrth VangSmCp VangTSM VangValu VanS&P500 VangREIT VangDivAp VangAllW VangEmg VangEur VanIntCpB VangEAFE VantageDrl Vantiv n VarianMed Vectren VeecoInst Velti Ventas VBradley VeriFone Verisign Verisk VerizonCm VertxPh ViaSat

Fri Chg 58.84 -.33 2.70 -.10 28.12 -.05 36.04 +.08 34.21 -.16 36.55 +1.32 92.75 -.08 5.30 -.31 27.27 +.31 46.26 -.49 62.21 -.38 96.86 +.54 45.06 +.05 37.25 -.28 17.84 -.35 20.42 -.11 12.06 -.37 9.94 +.06 32.71 -.41 26.60 -.23 50.77 -.45 25.48 +.03 39.43 -.09 49.62 -.16 23.03 -.21 3.80 -.04 97.18 -.25 44.89 -.23 5.60 -.12 149.17 +3.57 45.49 -.56 68.72 -.44 20.02 -3.48 16.54 -.11 16.21 -.01 51.00 46.99 -.44 4.21 +.01 30.93 +.10 31.22 +.07 4.86 -.19 23.35 -.23 25.92 +.09 5.70 -.05 8.72 +.07 11.66 -.15 27.08 -.23 16.02 -.09

U-V

12.61 +.03 24.01 -.16 17.19 +.06 31.28 -.29 35.79 -.05 41.39 -.01 35.08 -.41 11.36 +.19 1.67 +.16 21.06 -.12 .98 -.01 13.87 +.07 95.22 -.43 23.22 +.08 12.22 -.48 54.56 -.03 66.50 -.60 36.20 +.18 37.10 +.17 121.05 +.13 21.72 -.09 20.00 +.09 2.02 -.01 56.09 -1.08 5.58 +.04 72.11 -.19 32.08 -.41 33.72 -.67 23.16 -.19 34.00 -.29 21.19 -.32 26.17 +.05 75.96 -.09 55.34 -1.08 57.07 -.59 33.74 -1.17 40.70 +.30 47.15 -.63 45.33 -.25 19.75 -.18 2.37 -.04 .44 -.02 36.61 -.36 33.30 -.42 20.53 +.20 161.73 +1.70 25.76 +.09 18.20 -.06 17.54 -.12 55.74 -.30 29.01 -.13 35.40 -.16 9.85 -.30 2.55 97.08 +.19 81.40 +.03 85.00 +.06 71.53 -.04 79.05 -.60 73.02 -.32 58.60 -.35 65.40 -.23 64.77 -.23 59.31 -.05 42.95 -.12 41.60 -.12 45.75 -.04 88.54 +.18 32.98 +.01 1.94 +.07 21.51 +.24 58.29 -.58 28.78 -.26 28.75 +.43 7.68 -.24 63.54 -.12 27.49 +.65 31.06 +.38 48.03 +.13 47.03 +.10 44.62 -.58 53.53 -3.35 39.71 -.09

Wk’s Chg Last -2.06 +.07 -.72 -.68 -2.21 +.66 -2.21 -1.11 -1.40 -.17 -.80 -2.39 -1.12 -2.19 -.74 -.81 -.34 -.37 -2.10 -.81 -1.16 +.11 -1.60 -.65 -1.16 -.13 -5.27 -1.35 -.16 -.91 +.33 -.84 -3.70 -1.05 -.23 -.04 -1.67 -.41 -.15 -2.27 -.42 +.43 +4.99 -.12 +.06 -.41 -.98 -.35 -.19 -.15 -.90 -.63 -.46 -.15 -1.71 -.30 +.38 -1.83 -.03 +.27 -4.55 +1.69 -.53 -1.50 -1.31 -.36 -.37 -1.11 -.12 -1.07 -.05 -2.91 -.01 -.99 -1.82 -1.20 +1.36 +.65 +1.36 -.34 -2.55 -1.92 -.06 -.21 -1.65 -.98 -.73 -.23 -.18 -.05 -1.12 -.50 +.34 -1.08 -.23 +.49 +.35 -.96 -2.88 -.03 -.35 +.27 +1.75 +.02 +.22 -1.66 -1.81 -1.68 -1.23 -1.49 -.40 -1.19 -.79 -.67 -.86 +.58 -.59 +.10 -.57 -2.77 -.32 -1.15 -1.17 +.37 +2.03 -.31 -1.18 -1.13 -2.43 -5.89 +1.75

CHG YR AGO +.01 +.01 ... ... -.01 -.02 -.01

.10 .15 .21 .27 1.67 2.85 4.17

ViacomA ViacomB Vical VimpelCm VirgnMda h VirnetX ViroPhrm Visa VishayInt VistaPrt Vivus VMware Vodafone Volcano Vonage Vornado Vringo

Fri Chg

Wk’s Chg

54.92 -.23 -1.45 54.33 +.03 -1.58 3.89 -.16 -.43 11.39 +.04 -.37 30.71 +.20 -.02 25.02 +.63 -.69 28.77 -.43 -1.49 139.12 +.07 -1.14 8.59 -.25 -1.02 35.62 +1.41 +.39 22.86 +.92 +4.31 87.30 -1.69 -10.03 28.15 -.40 -.00 26.03 -1.06 -3.03 2.26 -.01 -.05 78.49 -.53 -1.51 4.78 +.01 +.24

W-X

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.02 .05 .16 .28 2.17 3.15 4.98

Y-Z

1.55 15.88 18.69 23.28 25.24 1.68 19.95 69.45 8.02 .60 36.49 36.54 62.26 21.98 4.80 2.85 26.47 12.50 2.43

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Stock table footnotes d — new 52-week low; e — declared or paid in preceding 12 months; f — annual rate, increased on last declaration; g — dividend or earnings in Canadian money (stock prices in U.S. dollars); n — issued in the past 52 weeks; s — split or stock dividend of 20% or more in the past 52 weeks with the high-low range adjusted; u — new 52week high; v — trading halted on primary market, but unless dividend is noted, rates are annual disbursements based on last declaration; pl — preferred; pp — holder owns installment(s); rt — rights: un — units; wd — when distributed; wi — when issued; wt — warrants; ww — with warrants; x — ex-dividend or rights; xw — without warrants


KALAMAZOO GAZETTE

MUTUAL FUNDS

Fund

Listings are the largest non-institutional mutual funds as of close of business yesterday.

Fund

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Fri Chg Fund

A-B

AMF Funds: UltShrtMtg +1.4 7.37 AcadEm NA 18.12 Advance Capital I: Balanc p +9.2 17.02 RetInc +6.0 9.01 AdvisorOne : AmerigoN +12.4 13.86 ClermontN +10.4 10.43 Alger Funds A: CapApr +17.2 16.82 SmCapGr +8.6 7.80 SpectraN +17.9 14.02 AllianceBernstein : BdInfla 1 +6.3 11.32 MuBdInfla 1 x +5.0 10.77 RealAsset 1 +8.8 11.36 AllianceBern A: BalanA p +13.0 17.30 BlWlStrA p +8.8 12.01 ConWlthA p +5.6 11.43 EqtyIncA p +12.8 23.74 GloblBdA +5.8 8.65 GlbThGrA p +8.5 63.42 GrIncA p +16.6 4.01 GrowthA p +13.7 42.02 HighIncoA p +14.8 9.37 IntGroA p +10.2 14.01 IntlValA p +4.8 10.90 LgCpGrA p +17.9 28.95 NtlMuA p +7.9 10.62 QualBdA p +5.2 11.39 SmCpGrA +14.0 38.52 SMCpGrA p +11.8 7.01 AllianceBern Adv: SMCpVlAd +11.2 17.17 TxMWApAd +10.3 12.15 ValueAdv t +12.3 9.67 WlthApSt +9.9 11.86 Allianz Funds A: AGICGrthA +16.9 33.27 MCapValA +11.9 17.97 Alpine Funds: DynaDiv r +8.5 3.53 AmanaGrw +10.0 26.67 AmanaInc +6.9 33.70 Amer Beacon AMR: BalAmr +12.7 13.54 Amer Beacon Inv: EnhIncInv +6.3 11.15 Amer Century Inv: AllCapGr +17.5 31.16 Balanced +11.0 17.51 CAIntTF +5.6 12.00 CorePlus +5.5 11.37 EmgMkI +15.3 8.12 EqGroI +15.2 24.43 EqInc +11.0 7.92 EqIndex +15.3 5.51 GNMAI +2.1 11.22 GlGold +2.3 20.19 Gl Grwth +15.3 9.59 +2.3 11.59 GovBd +14.3 28.09 GrowthI HeritageI +15.7 22.68 +12.2 6.22 HighYld +11.2 9.56 HiYldMu IncGro +14.2 27.44 +6.7 13.47 InfAdjBd +3.2 10.63 InfProBd IntTF +5.0 11.76 +4.7 14.79 IntlBnd +11.1 9.90 IntDisc IntlGroI +13.9 10.89 +15.4 6.26 LgCoVal +10.1 10.94 LivS2020 LivS2030 +11.0 10.73 +9.4 12.57 LivS2015 +10.5 12.82 LivS2025 LivS2035 +11.6 13.24 +12.7 13.32 LivS2045 +12.2 12.95 MCapVal NTEmgMkt +14.6 9.76 +15.1 10.69 NTEqGrp +14.1 13.00 NTGrwth NTIntGr +14.1 9.60 +9.8 8.49 NTSmCoInst +13.9 10.73 NT Vista New Opp +10.8 8.10 +8.9 12.02 OneChCon +12.9 13.16 OneChAg OneChMd +11.2 12.61 +6.3 11.50 VeryCons +13.8 13.16 OneChVAg RealEstI +14.6 23.12 +16.8 44.63 SelectI +2.0 10.56 ShortDur SGov +.4 9.78 +10.7 8.51 SmCpVal +9.7 8.46 SmallCo StrAgg +12.5 8.25 +8.7 5.93 StrConv +11.0 7.04 StrMod Ultra +14.8 26.31 +8.3 16.72 Util +12.9 6.31 ValueInv Vista +13.8 17.49 +1.4 114.13 ZrCpn2015 +5.2 99.33 ZrCpn2020 ZrCpn2025 +6.0 89.59 American Funds A: +13.0 21.19 AmcpA p AMutlA p +11.1 28.26 +12.5 20.19 BalA p +5.6 12.98 BondA p CapIBA p +10.5 52.90 +14.7 36.09 CapWGA p +7.3 21.60 CapWA p EupacA p +12.6 39.59 +13.8 39.89 FdInvA p +10.7 26.42 GlblBalA GovtA p +2.2 14.60 +16.9 33.59 GwthA p +11.7 11.26 HI TrA p HiInMuniA +12.1 15.27 +10.3 17.98 IncoA p +2.7 13.80 IntBdA p IntlGrIncA p +11.3 29.83 +14.2 30.54 ICAA p +3.7 16.42 LtTEBA p NEcoA p +19.0 28.29 +15.7 30.26 N PerA p +13.7 52.43 NwWrldA STTxExBd +1.7 10.33 +.8 10.09 STBFA p +18.1 39.18 SmCpA p TxExA p +8.0 13.15 2050TarA p +13.3 9.94 2045TRetA p +13.3 10.13 2040TarA p +13.3 10.14 2015TarRet p +9.7 9.88 2020TarRet p +10.7 9.83 2010TRetA p +8.9 9.78 2030TRet p +13.2 10.14 2035TRetA p +13.1 10.07 2025TRetA p +12.5 9.91 WshA p +11.7 31.22 AmrstckMF +9.2 38.39 Aquila Funds: CO TF A +5.2 10.90 Ariel Investments: Apprec +15.6 44.73 Ariel +14.8 49.32 Artisan Funds: GlblOppInv +23.3 14.00 GblValInv +14.6 11.62 Intl +18.8 23.55 IntlSmCp r +24.8 20.95 IntlVal r +14.7 28.79 MidCap +14.7 37.78 MidCapVal NA 21.09 SmCap +14.9 20.23 SCapVal -.6 14.83 Value Inv +12.6 11.25 Aston Funds: FairMCpN +12.4 33.26 AuxierFocI +8.1 16.88 Ave Maria Funds: Group p +12.5 23.26 RisingDiv +10.6 13.87 BBH Funds: BdMktN +3.0 10.44 CorSelN +17.7 17.52 IntlEq NA 12.94 BNY Mellon Funds: AssetAlloM +9.7 11.10 BondFd +5.7 13.76 EmgMkts +9.5 9.69 IncmStk +12.3 7.17 IntlFd +9.3 9.64 IntBdFd +4.0 13.28 LgCpStk +16.4 9.29 MAIntMun +4.6 13.60 MCapMltSt +9.0 11.76 NtIntMu +5.0 14.04 NtShTMu +1.3 13.02 PAIntMu +4.3 13.18 ShTUSGv +.1 12.20 SmCpStk +11.4 11.52 Baird Funds: AggBdInst +7.2 11.09 CorBdInst +7.3 11.32 IntMuBInst +3.1 12.08 IntBdInst +5.9 11.45 ShtTBdInst +3.7 9.78 Baron Funds: Asset +12.7 51.49 Growth +11.7 56.99 Oppty t +12.3 15.23 Partners p +11.9 21.70 SmallCap +12.4 25.77 Bernstein Fds: ShDvMu +1.0 12.74 ShtDur +.8 11.90 IntDur +5.1 14.26 Ca Mu +3.3 14.91 DivMu +3.0 14.92 NYMu +3.2 14.66 TxMgdIntl +7.1 13.37 IntlPort +6.9 13.27 EmMkts +9.7 26.58 Berwyn Funds: Fund +10.4 31.76 Income +6.4 13.40 BlackRock A: AssetAllo p +9.1 15.29 BalCapA p NA 23.76 CapAppr p +13.1 23.63 Eng&ResA -10.3 28.94 EuroA r +17.4 12.20 ExcBlrk +12.0 671.84 FlexEqA +11.4 11.96 GlDynEq r +11.5 12.54 GlbEmMk r +12.2 18.56 GlOpp p +10.1 10.98 GlbSmA r +11.7 22.61 HltScOp +18.5 33.75

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InflProBdA +6.2 12.14 IntlIdxA r +10.3 10.55 LgCpCA p +14.2 12.37 LgCpGwth +16.5 11.99 LgCVA p +10.7 15.58 LatAA r +3.4 58.65 MdCpGA +8.4 12.19 NatRsTA p +3.0 59.69 TotRetA NA 11.79 USGovBd +2.6 10.95 BlackRock Instl: MdCpVOp r +8.3 17.82 ValueOpp +9.8 20.37 Brandywine Fds: BlueFd +5.5 24.25 Brndywn +7.3 23.93 Bridgeway Funds: AggInv1 +17.3 35.78 BlChp35 +15.6 8.58 USCMkt +18.7 15.29 BrwnSmCI +12.3 49.15 BruceFund NA 404.35 Buffalo Funds: Balancd +10.1 12.78 HiYld +9.0 11.45 MidCap +6.7 16.65 Sci&Tech +17.9 16.68 SmCap +15.1 28.70 USA Gbl +9.1 26.88

Fri Chg Fund

YTD Return Last

Fri Chg

-.01 -.01 -.04 ... -.08 -.07 -.04 -.36 +.01 +.01

+3.2 +.8 +14.6 +14.5 +13.4 +14.1 +18.5 +13.1 +13.2 +26.3 +8.6 +7.2 +8.6 +18.2

... ... -.06 -.06 -.07 -.09 -.09 -.15 -.05 ... -.02 -.01 -.01 -.08

-.14 -.21 -.07 -.09 -.22 -.02 -.11 -.20 ... -.01 ... -.06 -.04 -.11 -.08

C-D

CGM Funds: Focus +8.4 27.80 Mutl +14.1 27.85 Realty +7.8 28.78 Calamos Funds: ConvA p +4.3 17.77 Gr&IncA p +8.3 32.86 GrwthA p +10.2 51.12 HiYldA p +8.9 9.92 IntlGrwA p +12.0 17.40 MktNtA p +6.2 12.75 C&OMkOpp +9.4 21.26 Calvert Invest: CpAccA p +11.4 31.08 Inco p +8.1 16.65 IntlEqA p +11.0 13.50 ShDurInA t +5.9 16.47 SocialA p +10.2 30.57 SocBd p +7.6 16.66 SocEqA p +14.2 38.07 TxF Lg p +7.4 16.64 Cambiar Funds: OppInv NA 17.69 SmCapInv NA 17.51 Center Coast: MLPFoc A +3.8 10.39 ChamplSC p +8.0 14.95 Chestnt +15.0 394.16 Clipper +9.5 68.43 Cohen & Steers: RltyShrs +12.5 67.39 Columbia Class A: +9.8 4.11 AMT TEBd +11.5 10.83 BldAggA p BldrConsv p +7.9 10.77 BldModAg p +11.0 11.05 +9.3 11.24 BldModCn p Thermost +11.7 14.30 +10.6 14.78 CnvSecA +13.0 10.51 DivEqInc DivrBd +7.0 5.27 +11.9 8.74 DivOpptyA +12.4 8.00 EmMktOpp EqVal A +13.7 10.87 +8.7 9.04 FlotRteA p +11.5 22.81 FocEqA t GlobBd A +5.7 7.22 +11.6 7.43 GlobEqty +12.6 2.93 HiYldBd HiYdOpp +12.6 4.29 +9.5 11.33 IncmBldr t +7.1 11.42 InflProSc p LgCapGrA t +19.8 26.91 +13.6 11.76 LgCpValA +16.2 6.59 LgCorQ A p LiGoBlA p +10.4 11.83 +12.8 12.30 LiGoGrA p +5.5 10.28 LtdDurCr p 21CntryA t +12.1 13.35 +10.3 10.09 MdCpGrOp MidCVlOp p +12.8 8.13 MulAdSC A p +9.0 5.80 MultiAdvA p +7.2 5.23 +9.8 11.26 PBModA p StratAllA +10.5 10.15 +9.9 6.42 StrtInA +8.2 14.31 TxEA p SelComm A +4.1 42.49 +4.8 20.33 GlobTech +12.4 15.87 SelLCVal A SelSCValA p +10.2 15.09 Columbia Cl I,T&G: +7.0 5.77 USGvMtgI Columbia Class Z: +12.7 30.69 Acorn Z +16.8 39.87 AcornIntZ AcnIntSIZ +24.6 30.33 +13.5 26.24 AcornSelZ +12.8 30.37 AcornUSA Bond +5.9 9.73 +5.6 10.60 CAIntmZ +4.1 11.36 CTIntMu ContCoreZ +17.8 16.23 +12.0 14.96 DivIncoZ +2.2 20.53 Energy HYMuniZ +11.2 10.70 +6.9 9.64 IntBdZ +5.3 11.05 IntTEBd IntEqZ +11.6 11.64 +4.8 12.64 IntVlZ +16.9 14.85 LCpCrZ LgCapGr +13.6 13.66 +15.4 27.91 LgCpIdxZ +16.5 14.34 LCpEnCr MarsGrZ +12.2 22.81 +11.9 11.29 MrInOpZ r +4.2 11.37 MAIntMB MCpGthZ +10.1 27.16 +12.0 11.73 MdCpIdxZ +11.9 14.23 MdCpVlZ p NCInterZ +4.2 10.97 +4.6 12.57 NYMuni +4.6 12.97 ORIntMuZ ReEsEqZ +14.3 14.30 +2.6 10.00 STIncZ +1.4 10.56 STM Z SmCpCorZ +5.8 15.73 +3.1 15.62 SmallCap +10.9 30.09 SCpGthZ SmCpIPZ +11.4 17.63 SmCpVal +6.6 43.86 SCValIIZ +9.2 14.60 StrInvZ +14.9 19.76 USTreas +1.8 11.67 ValRestr +12.4 49.50 VAInvZ +3.9 11.58 Columbia Funds: BalancedA t +13.0 28.72 Commerce Funds: Bond +6.5 20.99 MoTFBd +5.0 20.42 NatTFBd +7.0 20.62 CG Cap Mkt Fds: CrFxInc +7.3 8.95 EmMkt +11.4 15.07 IntlEq +10.8 9.93 IntlFx +6.8 8.65 LgGrw +16.2 16.63 LgVal +11.2 9.63 SmCapVal +12.2 13.16 SmGrw +8.9 19.76 Country Mtl Fds: Bond +3.7 11.16 Growth p +9.8 23.10 DFA Funds: CASTMuni +.9 10.34 Gl25 75 I +5.8 12.11 Glb6040Ins +9.9 13.32 IntlCorEq +10.4 9.99 USCorEq1 +14.5 12.19 USCorEq2 +14.7 12.02 DWS Invest A: DSmCaVl +10.3 35.68 EqtyDivdA +14.4 35.59 GblIncBldr +10.6 9.56 HiIncA +12.1 4.93 StrGovSecA +2.3 8.89 TechA +18.1 15.25 UnconIncA +10.5 5.08 DWS Invest S: CapGrth r +16.5 60.31 CoreEqtyS +12.5 17.94 CorPlsInc +7.4 11.27 GNMA S +2.6 15.53 GlbSmCGr +9.4 38.14 GlblThem +11.5 22.31 Gold&Prc +1.1 15.21 HiYldTx +11.6 13.11 IntTxAMT +5.8 12.22 Intl FdS +13.1 41.61 LgCpFoGr +16.4 33.27 LgCpVlS r +9.8 18.48 LatAmrEq +10.1 41.03 MgdMuni S +9.0 9.57 SP500S +15.3 19.04 ShtDurPlS +4.0 9.35 WorldDiv +8.4 23.52 DavenptCore +14.7 15.11 Davis Funds A: Apr&IncA +5.7 26.69 NYVen A +11.3 36.16 OpptyA +8.6 22.98 FinclA +15.4 30.42 RlEstA +14.6 28.76 Del Inv Instl: USGrw +16.1 18.65 Delaware Invest A: CorpBd p +12.8 6.37 Diver Inc p +6.4 9.47 Div Inc p +11.5 10.96 ExtDurBd p +15.2 7.22 HYldOpp p +14.2 4.21 SMIDCapG +9.5 24.24 LtdTmDvrA +2.8 8.93 NtlHYL A +13.8 10.82 SelGrA p +16.2 40.51 SmCVA p +8.1 39.16 TxIntA p +5.4 12.46 TxUSA p +9.8 12.34 Diamond Hill Fds: SmCapA r +9.8 25.30 Dimensional Fds: EmMCrEq +11.9 19.04 EmgMkSoc +11.6 12.58 GlbRESec +18.6 9.26 ITExQual +8.1 11.06 IntlVectEq +10.1 9.23

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10.39 10.29 11.49 9.77 9.30 11.60 17.13 17.26 13.66 5.53 14.55 12.96 12.36 16.12

+1.8 13.34 -.09 +15.0 76.56 +16.0 8.91 +7.4 13.89 +11.7 32.67 +18.5 118.79

-.14 -.01 +.01 +.01 -.32

+13.1 33.47 -.09 +7.2 +13.1 +12.2 +11.5 +15.4 +11.5 +15.9 +16.9 +11.7 +15.2 +9.3 +6.7 +2.4 +7.7 +5.9 +15.2 +11.8 +6.3 +4.6 +9.8 +13.7 +16.9 +6.9 +7.1 +11.7 +13.8 +3.2 +1.6 +11.2 +12.3 +14.2 +13.5 +11.9 +12.0 +13.3 +7.6

14.34 35.15 44.92 17.92 29.39 18.75 32.85 9.79 28.95 39.58 9.90 22.58 16.16 22.15 31.55 15.50 6.59 14.23 14.35 13.85 13.85 11.89 11.95 13.10 29.96 25.86 10.79 13.32 21.95 25.25 15.65 30.11 33.40 11.14 45.81 10.55

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+11.4 28.63 -.06 +9.8 26.64 -.06 +7.5 9.93 +.01

E-F

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CapDevO +16.9 11.91 CpInc r +13.3 9.40 ChinaRg r +10.1 27.84 CmdtyStrat +3.8 8.71 Contra +16.5 78.59 CnvSc +10.5 24.71 CorpBd e +9.7 11.51 DisEq +13.7 24.46 DivIntl +13.3 28.91 DivStkO +18.1 17.47 DivGth +16.4 29.90 EmergAs r +12.7 28.39 EmrMk +7.9 22.15 EmMkDebt +15.6 10.99 Eq Inc +16.1 47.00 EQII +14.7 19.62 ECapAp +17.2 18.12 Europe +17.9 30.04 Export +15.7 22.83 Fidel +16.0 35.92 Fifty r +15.4 20.10 FltRtHiInc +10.0 10.72 FltRateHi r +5.8 9.95 FocHiInc r +9.9 9.41 FocsdStk r +15.6 15.85 FrInOne +12.3 29.16 GNMA +3.1 11.84 GloBal +10.6 23.69 GlbCmdty r +5.4 14.69 GblHiInco +13.2 10.06 GblStratC +10.3 9.28 GovtInc +2.7 10.64 GroCo +19.5 96.70 GroInc +17.5 21.14 GrDiscv +15.4 15.75 GrStrat r +8.5 20.19 HighInc r +12.5 9.30 Indepn +16.6 25.25 InProBd +6.4 13.55 IntBd +4.6 11.16 IntGov +2.0 10.90 IntmMu +4.5 10.68 IntRlEst r +30.3 8.81 IntlDisc +14.8 31.69 IntlEq r +15.2 7.29 IntlSCp r +13.6 19.90 IntlSCOp r +15.2 10.66 InvGrBd e +5.4 11.70 InvGB +5.9 8.01 Japan r -.4 9.16 JpnSm +6.0 9.06 LCpCrEIdx +14.4 10.22 LCpGrEIdx +14.6 11.36 LargCap +19.0 20.37 LgCapVal +13.3 11.41 LatAm +.5 49.16 LevCoStk +20.5 30.26 LowP r +13.8 38.84 Magelln +17.7 74.00 MegaCpStk +18.7 11.91 MI Mun +5.4 12.55 MCpGr r +10.2 12.56 MidCap +13.8 29.72 MCpVl r +15.3 17.48 MtgSec +4.1 11.39 MuniInc +7.1 13.57 NASDAQ r +17.8 40.76 NwMkt r +16.7 17.77 NwMill +15.7 33.41 Nordic +15.0 30.77 OTC +10.2 60.28 +17.0 10.32 100Index +17.8 31.20 Ovrsea PcBas +14.9 24.63 +13.1 19.51 Puritn x +15.1 12.03 RE Eqty RE Inco +14.9 11.25 +16.2 11.42 RealEInc r +15.0 31.51 RealE SCmdtyStrt +3.9 9.31 SrEmrgMkt +13.9 16.26 +10.3 10.48 SrsGlobal SrsIntGrw +14.4 11.57 SrsIntSmCp +14.7 12.18 +12.3 9.07 SrsIntVal StIntMu +2.1 10.89 +2.2 8.60 STBF +15.2 22.82 SmCapDisc SCpGrth r +12.8 16.25 +9.9 11.01 SmCapOp +10.0 17.69 SmllCpS r SCpValu r +12.3 15.27 StkSelLCV r +13.9 11.72 StkSlcACap +16.4 28.24 StkSelSmCp +10.2 19.87 +13.7 12.30 StrDvIn +9.2 11.44 StratInc StrReRt r +8.7 9.79 +7.3 11.71 TaxFrB r +6.1 11.04 TotalBd e Trend +18.0 78.88 +4.1 11.96 USBI e +1.4 8.23 UlShBd r Utility +10.7 18.88 +15.7 16.24 ValueDisc +20.7 30.26 ValStra t Value +16.1 73.71 +14.8 19.90 Wrldw Fidelity Selects: Banking +23.4 19.69 +39.9 113.84 Biotch +21.7 48.65 Brokr Chem +19.7 113.03 -3.8 21.21 ComEquip +14.8 61.87 Comp ConDis +19.0 27.41 +32.6 14.64 ConsuFn +15.1 81.86 ConStap CstHo +27.1 45.52 +6.4 82.63 DfAer -4.2 42.35 Electr Enrgy +5.2 51.85 +2.6 66.69 EngSv +22.9 60.13 FinSv Gold r -1.2 41.72 +23.2 146.72 Health +20.7 25.37 IT Svc InEqp +14.8 35.50 +13.2 24.50 Industial +18.1 52.35 Insur Leisr +7.0 102.98 +15.1 70.23 Material +14.0 62.45 MedDl MdEqSys +16.4 28.77 +30.3 56.10 Multmd +3.0 31.22 NtGas NatRes r +4.5 32.69 +15.7 15.62 Pharm +22.0 62.43 Retail Softwr +19.2 87.76 +17.0 101.14 Tech +19.5 52.25 Telcm Trans +5.2 50.88 +7.7 57.35 UtilGr +12.6 8.16 Wireless First Eagle: +9.1 49.21 GlblA +3.1 29.84 SGenGld p US ValA t +9.8 18.29 First Investors A EqtyInco p +9.5 7.62 GloblA p +12.5 6.76 GovtA p +1.0 11.45 GroInA p +14.9 16.50 IncoA p +10.6 2.61 IntlA p +16.1 11.70 InvGrA p +10.3 10.33 OppA p +12.9 29.21 SelGrA p +12.5 7.82 SpSitA p +4.1 23.59 TxExInco p +6.7 10.32 TxExOpp p +8.3 17.24 TotRtA p +11.5 16.74 ForestrVal p 11.99 Forum Funds: MrHrdCur +3.1 12.15 PolGlbVl p +17.0 14.88 Forward Funds: SelectIncA p +16.7 24.34 Frank/Temp Frnk A: AdjUS p +1.7 8.90 T BRIC A t +2.8 11.30 BalInv p +9.9 42.73 BioDisA p +35.1 86.95 CA IntA p +5.9 12.21 China A p +9.0 36.94 TgtConA p +6.3 14.04 CvtScA p +10.2 14.97 CoreAll p +12.3 13.37 DynTchA +15.2 33.17 EqIncA p +10.6 18.11 FedL T TF +2.0 10.59 FedInt p +5.3 12.61 FedTFA p +8.1 12.75 FlxCpGrA +9.7 48.60 FlRtDA p +6.8 9.11 FoundAl p +13.4 11.03 GoldPrM A -3.2 35.31 GrwthA p +11.4 49.71 GrOppA p +8.8 21.85 HYTFA p +10.1 10.94 HiIncA +12.7 2.06 IncomA p +12.0 2.23 InsTFA p +7.2 12.63 NYITF p +4.5 11.97 LowDuTRA +3.5 10.28 LMGvScA +.9 10.32 MITFA p +5.3 12.36 MicValA p +16.3 32.53 NatResA p -4.0 33.42 ReEScA p +13.0 16.59 RealRtnA t +3.1 10.95 RisDvA p +7.7 37.48 SmCpGrA p +7.2 12.44 SmCpVl p +8.8 44.55 SMCpGrA +8.8 36.78 StratInc p +10.1 10.69 TtlRtnA p +7.5 10.53 USGovA p +1.7 6.86 UtilsA p +7.8 14.06 Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv: TFrMkAd +19.5 15.51 Frank/Temp Mtl A&B: FinSvcA p +15.1 13.28 Frank/Temp Temp A: DvMktA p +8.0 22.90 EM SC A p +20.5 10.88 ForgnA p +9.6 6.49 GlbOpA p +15.4 17.92 GlSCoA p +12.2 6.55 GrwthA p +14.9 18.71 T IncoA t +12.7 2.76 WorldA p +13.4 15.58 Franklin Templ: BalancedA t +10.9 10.66 FTHrdC p +3.7 9.52 TarGrA p +8.2 15.68 TgtMdA p +7.4 14.55 FundX Upgrader Fds: Upgrader NA 35.12

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Income +5.7 IntlEq +13.3 S&S Inc +5.7 TaxEx +6.8 Trusts +21.1 US Eqty +15.9 GMO Trust: USTreas x +.1 GMO Trust III: CHIE +8.9 ForSmCo +14.8 GlobBd +7.6 IntSm +12.5 TxMgdIE +8.1 Quality +13.7 Gabelli Funds: Asset +11.8 EqInc p +11.3 GwthAAA +15.1 SCapG +12.8 Util A p +5.0 Value t +13.7 Glenmede Funds: CrFxdIn p +4.2 Intl +6.7 MunInt p +2.9 SCpEqAd +12.6 StratE p +15.0 Goldman Sachs A: BalStrA NA CapGrA +18.2 EqGrStr NA GvIncA p +2.7 GrIStrA NA GrIncA +17.8 GrStrA NA MuniA +9.1 StruEq +13.6 TechTollkp +16.9 GoodHaven +20.1 Grnspg +5.6 GuideMark Funds: CoreFxd Sv +4.4 WldexUS Sv +10.7 GuideStone Funds: AggAllGS4 +13.2 BalAll GS4 +10.0 ConsAllGS4 +6.1 EqInxGS4 +15.3 ExtDrGS4 +14.8 GrAll GS4 +11.9 GrEqGS4 +16.5 IntEqGS4 +9.3 LwDrGS4 +3.8 MdDrGS4 +7.2 SmCapGS4 +12.0 ValEqGS4 +15.2 Hancock Horizon: StInBdTr +4.5 Harbor Funds: Bond +8.5 CmdtRRtn I +10.8 HYBdInst r +9.4 RealRtn I +7.9 Harding Loevner: EmgMkt r +15.8 Hartford Fds A: Balancd p +10.8 BalAllA p +9.5 BalIncA p +11.6 CpAppA p +13.6 +13.7 CpAppIIA p +10.8 Chks&Bal p ConvAll p +7.8 +12.1 DivGthA p +12.5 EqInc t GblAllAst p +10.1 +18.1 GlbGrA p +11.6 GroAllA p GrowthA p +14.0 +21.5 Hlthcare p HighYldA px +11.0 InflPlus px +6.2 +18.7 MdValueA +15.8 MidCpA p MunOppA px +9.3 +7.7 MuniRRA px +4.2 ShtDur px SmlCoA p +13.1 +13.9 SmCpGr t +8.9 StrInc p Hartford Fds C: +7.5 FltRateC tx Hartford Fds I: WorldBond +6.8 Hartford Fds Y: +23.5 GrowOppI HattAlpHSt r +1.4 Heartland Fds: +6.8 SelValInv p ValueInv +11.0 +8.1 ValPlusInv p Henderson Glbl Fds: EurFocA t +14.3 +11.3 IntOppA p Hennessy Funds: CorGrow +27.1 Foc30Orig r +10.8 +8.0 HensslerEq HighMark Funds: +16.4 NYSEArcA Homestead Funds: ST Bond +3.9 +11.4 SmCoStk +9.0 Value Huntington Fds: +4.0 FxInT +7.8 IntlEqTr SlBdT +1.8 Hussman Funds: +1.9 StrTotRet r StrGrowth -11.7

12.02 17.48 12.11 12.38 48.87 44.92

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22.49 13.07 8.54 7.38 13.88 23.71

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53.20 22.49 34.66 35.50 5.73 15.79

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11.73 11.81 11.21 18.26 19.45

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ICON Fds: +2.5 Energy S ING Funds Cl A: CrEqRshA t +17.2 +11.9 CorpLdrA +2.6 GNMA A RussiaA p +11.1 Integrity Viking: -.7 WBMNoA p Intrepid Cap: +10.4 Capital t +7.1 SmallCap t Invesco Funds: +9.6 Dynamics +21.0 Leisure Tech +7.6 Invesco Funds A: +14.4 AmValA AsianPac p +18.2 +11.2 Chart p +16.4 CmstkA Const p +11.4 +10.6 CorpBdA +15.0 DevMkt p DivrsDiv p +14.7 Energy p -1.2 EqWtdA p +13.5 EqIncA +12.6 EuroGrow p +16.3 FltgRate p +8.6 GlCoreEq p +6.8 GlblGr p +13.7 GlbHltCr +21.0 GlSmMCG p +11.8 GoldPrec p +5.1 GrowAllo p +11.9 GrIncA p +14.6 HiYld p +14.2 HYMuA +12.2 IntlGrow +10.6 IntlSmall p +12.1 IntTMIA p +5.3 MdCpCEq p +6.3 MidCGth p +8.7 ModAlloc p +11.0 MuniBd p +7.8 MuniInA +8.3 RealEst p +13.6 S&P500A p +15.0 SmCpDis p +12.8 SmCpEq p +7.8 SmCpGr p +11.7 SmCpValA t +13.7 SmallC p +11.0 TF IntA p +4.5 USGovFd +2.2 US MortgA +4.5 Utilities p +5.6 Invesco Funds C: ShtTerm t +3.6 Invesco Funds P: SummitP p +14.9 Invesco Funds Y: BalRiskY +9.8 DispEq +16.2 Ironclad Funds: MngdRisk +8.0 Ivy Funds: AssetStrI r +12.9 BalancA p +10.3 BondA p +6.4 CoreEqA t +16.7 CndGlVlA p +11.5 DivOppA p +12.6 ErOpA p +15.2 GblBdA t +6.1 GlNatRsA p -1.9 HiIncA p +13.5 IntlBalA t +7.7 IntCorEqA p +7.3 IntlGrthA +12.9 LgCpGA p +9.8 LtdTmA p +2.6 ManIntOpA t +9.9 MidCapGr I +9.0 MunHiIncI r +10.4 PcOppA p +8.8 RealEstA p +13.8 SciTchA p +21.3 SCapGrA p +13.1 SCpValA p +13.7 StrNwOpA p +11.3 JPMorgan A Class: GroInc +18.5 Inv Bal p +9.8 InvCon p +8.0 InG&IA p +11.7 InvGrwth p +13.3 JPMorgan R Cl: RltyIncm +13.8 James Adv Fds: BalGRbow +6.1 Janus S Shrs: Forty +21.9 Janus T Shrs: BalancdT +11.8 HiYldT r +11.3 OvrseasT r +3.9 PrkMCVal T +8.5 ShTmBdT +3.3 Jensen Funds: QualGrthJ +10.5

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31.41 12.97 11.77 13.74 14.61

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John Hancock A: BalanA p +14.5 BondA p +10.1 FnIndA p +30.3 GvIncA p +4.7 HiYldA p +19.5 HiYMuBd +10.4 IncomeA p +9.5 InvGrBd +8.1 LgCpEqA +17.6 RgBkA +23.8 SmCpEqA NA SvInvA p +11.4 TFBd A +7.9 USGlbLdr +17.5 John Hancock Cl 1: LSAggr +13.0 LSBalanc +11.7 LSConsrv +9.2 LSGrwth +12.6 LSModer +10.6

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012 H7 Fri Chg Fund

16.64 16.41 11.77 10.05 3.63 8.65 6.71 10.90 27.81 14.90 25.16 17.02 10.51 35.30

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12.70 13.48 13.48 13.41 13.32

-.04 -.02 ... -.03 -.01

#KalmarSC +8.7 16.69 Keeley Funds: SmCpValA p +16.2 26.90 Kinetics Funds: Pdm +20.7 23.90 LKCM Funds: FxdInc +5.2 11.36 SCpEqIn +8.2 24.28 Laudus Funds: IntFxInInst r +5.5 12.12 USLgCpG r +16.6 14.51 Legg Mason A: Allo50pcA +10.9 12.78 Alloc70pc +11.9 13.78 Alloc85pc +12.5 13.98 BFMSP500 p +15.2 14.57 CBEqBldA +12.7 14.72 CMAllCp t +12.2 8.48 CBAgGr p +16.8 128.35 CBAppr p +15.9 16.02 CBFAllCV A +12.2 14.20 CBLCGr p +17.4 23.92 CBMCCor p +13.1 23.20 CBSmCGA t +16.2 20.05 WACpBdA +14.0 12.36 WAHiIncA t +14.0 6.20 WAHiYldA +15.3 7.23 WAIntNYA +5.3 9.31 WAIntTMu +6.6 6.82 WAMgMu p +9.3 17.24 WAMtgBkA +5.9 10.87 WAMuHiA +11.9 15.15 WAStrInc +11.0 7.12 Legg Mason C: CMOppor t +28.0 9.18 CMSpInv p +12.0 29.26 CMValTr p +12.2 41.87 Legg Mason O: CBEquity +15.3 13.59 Leuthold Funds: AssetAllR r +7.6 10.48 CoreInvst +8.0 16.72 LifetmAchv NA 21.63 Litman Gregory Fds: Equity I +10.3 13.71 Intl I +11.0 13.97 Longleaf Partners: Partners +15.1 30.68 +12.4 13.38 Intl +18.9 29.99 SmCap Loomis Sayles: +3.0 12.04 LtdGovA +10.5 15.33 StrIncA Lord Abbett A: +9.9 14.89 DivIncStr p +8.6 9.39 FloatRt p G&IStrat p +11.4 15.98 +5.9 11.02 IntrTxFr +2.2 15.97 ShDurTxFr ValOpps p +5.2 15.89 +14.1 11.89 AffilA p +8.7 13.16 FundlEq AlphStrA +10.0 24.79 +11.1 10.74 BalStratA +5.4 11.39 CrFxdInc p BdDebA p +10.9 8.08 +12.6 22.13 DevGtA p +10.9 3.04 IncomeA GrOppA p +11.8 19.14 +15.2 11.99 HYMnBd p +5.7 4.65 ShDurIncA p IntlCrEq t +9.3 11.47 +8.8 17.15 MidCpA p ClassicStk p +15.0 30.94 TaxFrA p +12.1 11.55 CapStruct p +12.1 12.58 +6.9 10.99 TotRet p

-.09

K-L

-.20 +.05 ... -.26 ... -.02 -.02 -.04 -.05 -.04 -.05 -.02 -.36 -.02 -.04 -.01 -.12 -.12 +.03 ... +.01 ... ... +.01 +.01 +.01 +.01 -.05 -.20 -.10 -.04 -.03 -.05 ... -.05 ... -.03 -.02 -.11 ... ... -.01 +.01 -.05 +.01 ... -.10 -.08 -.08 -.15 -.03 ... ... -.11 +.01 -.04 +.02 ... -.02 -.13 -.15 +.01 -.01 +.01

M-N

MFS Funds A: IntlDvA +12.8 +17.2 MITA +14.0 MIGA AgGrAlA p +14.1 +9.7 BondA +9.1 ConAllA CoEqA +15.3 +15.5 EmGA +10.6 GlTotA t GvScA +2.2 +13.0 GrAllA +12.0 HiOpA HiInA +11.6 +19.8 IntNwDA +3.3 LtdMA ModAllA +11.1 +12.1 MuHiA t +9.6 MuInA MuLtA +3.1 +18.6 NewDA +6.8 ResBdA RschA +16.0 +9.7 StInA +12.8 TechA TotRA +10.3 +12.1 UtilA +13.7 GlGrA MFS Funds I: +12.5 MidCapI +13.8 MCpValI ValueI +15.4 Madison Mosaic: +12.0 MidCap Y MainStay Funds A: +7.2 ConvtA +11.3 FlexBdOpp GlbHiInA p +16.2 +3.5 GovtA +10.9 HiYldBA IncmBldr +12.9 +9.9 TxFrBdA Mairs & Power: Balance +14.4 +17.2 Growth Managers Funds: CapAppD t +9.1 PimcoBond +7.9 RealEst +12.9 SkylneSpEq +10.5 Yacktman p +10.5 YacktFoc +9.8 FQGlAltA p +2.7 IntDurGv +3.0 ShDurGv +1.7 SpclEq +10.7 Bond +10.3 Manning&Napier Fds: CoreBd +9.3 CorPlusBd +10.2 DivrTxEx +2.9 Intl +9.2 LifeSci +23.9 PrBConS +7.8 ProBExtS +11.1 ProBMax +13.2 ProBMdS +9.7 SmCapA +12.3 WldOppA +12.3 Marshall Funds: AggrBdY +5.8 GvtIncY +3.8 IntTxFY +6.0 SmCpGY +8.8 Marsico Funds: FlexCap t +21.2 Focus p +11.4 Grow p +12.5 21stCnt p +11.8 MassMutual Inst: CoreBdS NA MassMutual Prem: CapApprS NA DiscGrS NA DiscValS NA GlobS NA IntlEqS NA MassMutual Select: BRGlbAllS NA BlChpGrS NA DsRt2020S NA DsRet2030 NA DivValS NA FocValS NA FundValS NA GroOppS NA IndxEqZ NA LgCpVlS NA MCGEIIS NA OverseasZ NA RetConsvA NA RetModA NA RetModGrA NA SmCGES NA SmCoVlS NA Matthews Asian: AsiaDvInv r +16.3 AsiaGrInv +14.1 AsianGIInv +20.5 China Inv +4.0 IndiaInv r +31.6 McKeeInt NA MergerFd +2.4 Meridian Funds: Growth +8.8 Value +12.4 Metro West Fds: HYdBdM p +11.9 LowDurBd +6.8 Morgan Stanley: LtdDr US +.9 Morgan Stanley A: CapOpp p +8.5 FocGroA +9.7 GlbStratA +11.2 MidGrA +4.2 Morgan Stanley B: EuroB +12.9 USGvtB +3.8 Motley Fool Fds: Independ r +11.2 Muhlenk +10.7 Munder Funds: Idx500A p +14.9

13.69 21.79 17.52 15.23 14.31 13.51 20.10 48.09 14.49 10.55 15.02 6.53 3.56 23.28 6.15 14.41 8.26 9.01 8.29 20.56 11.13 28.50 6.91 16.71 15.20 18.61 27.64

+.01 -.05 -.02 -.04 +.02 -.01 -.06 -.05 ... +.01 -.03 ... ... +.02 +.01 -.02 +.01 ... ... -.09 +.01 -.10 ... -.01 -.03 -.06 -.04

9.96 -.02 14.77 -.10 25.59 -.10 13.05 -.02 14.92 9.22 12.68 9.02 6.10 17.47 10.03

-.03 +.01 +.06 ... +.01 -.02 ...

69.73 -.17 82.28 -.30 17.22 11.13 10.11 24.28 19.11 20.51 9.25 11.29 9.67 60.32 27.82

-.04 ... -.05 -.22 -.02 -.03 +.06 ... ... -.36 +.03

11.82 11.45 11.48 8.30 13.40 13.67 16.19 17.22 13.39 9.39 7.44

+.01 +.02 ... ... -.02 ... -.01 -.05 ... -.03 -.01

11.26 +.01 9.76 ... 11.34 +.01 18.71 -.13 15.72 19.61 21.56 14.02

-.05 -.07 -.08 -.07

11.90

...

11.85 11.05 11.27 11.20 13.22

-.01 -.01 -.07 -.01 -.03

10.73 12.70 10.29 10.31 10.28 19.53 11.42 8.81 13.49 11.16 15.72 6.95 10.32 10.30 10.29 15.72 13.95

... -.02 -.02 -.03 -.04 -.06 -.05 -.01 ... -.05 -.04 ... -.01 -.02 -.03 -.08 -.14

14.16 17.51 17.93 22.37 17.88 11.21 15.96

+.07 +.05 +.05 +.13 -.13 +.03 ...

45.31 -.15 31.56 -.14 10.41 8.79

... ...

9.31

...

26.44 36.88 16.01 31.16

-.09 -.10 -.02 -.11

15.15 -.05 9.07 ... 15.54 -.02 56.68 -.24 19.82 -.07

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Munder Funds A: GwthOppA +15.7 Mutual Series: BeacnZ +14.5 EuropZ +10.8 GblDiscA +11.6 QuestZ +11.0 SharesZ +13.8 Natixis Funds: TargetEqA +10.7 US MCEq p +13.6 VNSmValA +9.3 Neuberger&Berm Fds: Focus +17.2 Guard +12.7 LgCapV Inv +13.1 MdCpGrIn +10.2 SocResp +9.7 Neuberger&Berm Tr: RealEst +12.9 NewAlt -3.1 New Covenant Fds: BalGro +10.1 Growth +14.3 Income +2.4 Nicholas Group: EqInc I +11.5 Nicholas +12.9 Northeast Investors: Trust +12.2 Northern Funds: BondIdx NA CAIntTE +5.5 EmMEqIdx +10.9 FixIn +6.6 GlREIdx r +21.3 HiYFxInc +12.2 HiYMuni +10.9 IncEq +10.4 IntTxEx +4.8 IntlEq +9.2 IntlEqIdx r +10.5 LCEq +20.3 MdCpIdx +12.1 MMEmMkt r NA MMGlbRE r +19.6 MMIntEq r +10.3 MMMidCap +10.8 MMSmCap NA ShIntTaxFr +1.4 SIntUSG +1.9 SmCpCore NA SmCpIdx +12.1 SmCapVl +9.5 StkIdx +15.5 TxExpt NA Nuveen Cl A: StrBalAllA NA LrgCpV p +13.0 MIMBA p +7.2 TWVlOpp +.3

Fri Chg Fund

29.06 -.05 13.28 20.72 29.82 17.75 22.56

-.02 -.11 -.09 -.05 -.08

10.36 -.08 26.76 -.10 19.11 -.19 22.23 16.11 27.53 11.95 27.00

-.05 ... -.23 -.03 +.02

13.39 -.05 34.72 -.19 85.45 -.07 33.75 -.05 23.51 ... 16.08 -.01 48.26 -.22 6.09 -.01 11.12 11.03 11.33 10.87 8.83 7.47 9.02 13.23 11.00 7.74 9.87 15.78 13.02 18.08 18.15 9.12 12.10 9.73 10.67 10.30 15.94 9.15 16.41 17.74 11.31

+.01 ... -.02 +.01 -.01 ... ... -.05 ... -.01 -.01 -.04 -.10 -.06 ... -.02 -.08 -.07 ... ... -.13 -.07 -.17 -.05 ...

10.85 -.02 21.13 -.12 11.94 ... 30.45 -.21

O-P

Oak Assoc Fds: WhitOkSG +15.3 Oakmark Funds I: EqtyInc r +7.7 GlobalI +9.3 GlbSel r +13.4 Intl I r +14.7 IntSmCp r +9.9 +17.7 Oakmark +17.4 Select Old Westbury Fds: +3.1 FixedInc p +11.6 GlobOpp GlbSMdCap +10.2 +5.6 LgCapCore +10.7 LgCapStrat MuniBd p +2.6 +3.1 RealRet Olstein Funds: AllCpValC +10.6 Oppenheimer A: +17.2 AMTFMu ActiveAllA +10.9 +13.2 CapApA p +10.5 CapIncA p ConInvA +8.1 +18.5 Disc p +12.3 EquityA EqIncA p +17.3 +13.3 EqInvA +12.7 GlobA p GblAllocA +6.9 +10.4 GlbOppA +11.1 GblStrIncA Gold p +3.5 +8.9 IntBdA p +14.1 IntlDivA IntlSmCA +15.9 +2.6 LTGvA p +6.2 LtCalMuA t LtdTmMu +6.8 +16.5 MnStFdA +16.4 MnStOA p MSSCA p +11.8 +9.7 ModInvA +12.2 RealEstA RisingDivA +11.4 +7.3 SenFltRtA +4.7 S&MdCpVl Sm&MdGrA +15.7 +3.9 USGv p Oppenheim Quest : QOpptyA +3.8 Oppenheimer Roch: +5.7 LtdNYA p RcNtMuA +16.3 Oppenheimer Y: +1.8 ComStrY CoreBdY +9.5 +16.8 DevMktY +14.9 IntGrowY ValueY +11.8 Optimum Fds Instl: +6.6 Fixed Inc IntlEqty +7.3 +15.6 LgCapGrth +15.4 LgCapVal SmCpGrth +13.2 +8.7 SmCapVal Osterweis Funds: Osterweis +12.6 +6.6 StrInco PACE Funds P: GovtFxdP +3.1 +3.7 IntmFxd P +11.4 IntlEM P IntlEqtyP +10.3 +6.3 IntlFxdIP +14.2 LgGrEq P LgVEqtyP +13.0 +4.1 MuniFxdP +13.2 SmGEqtyP SmVEqtyP +11.9 +8.3 StraFxdP +6.3 StratInvP PIA Funds: PIAShTSec +.4 PIMCO Funds A: GNMA t +2.5 MunBdA p +8.6 PNC Funds: BondI p +4.9 IntmBdI +4.5 IntlEqI p +15.5 LtdMatI +1.4 TotRAdvI +5.8 UltraShBd I +.6 Pacific Cap Inst: TxFSec +5.2 Pacific Life Fds: PtOpMdCA +10.7 PtOpMdDA +11.5 PortConsA +8.0 PtOpBA t +9.3 Paradigm Funds: ValueFd r +3.0 Parnassus Funds: EqtyInco +13.6 FxdInc +2.3 Fund +19.0 Pax World: Balanced +9.0 HiYld p +11.0 Paydenfunds: LtdMat +1.6 ShrtBd +3.8 Pear Tree Fds: PolFgnVal t +20.6 Perm Port Funds: Permannt +6.9 PerritMicr +11.5 Pioneer Funds A: AMTFrMu p +11.0 FundaVal +10.4 HiIncMuA p +17.1 PioIndA p +13.2 EmMktA +3.9 EqIncA p +8.3 GrOppA +7.4 HiYldA p +12.3 MdCVA p +8.3 PionFdA p +8.9 ValueA p +13.7 Portfolio21 +9.4 Price Funds: Balance +11.9 BlChip +17.5 BdEnhIndx +4.4 CapApp +12.7 CapOpp +15.8 CorpInc +10.7 DvSmGr +12.0 DvsfMCG +13.4 DivGro +13.9 EmMktB +16.4 EmEurop +19.0 EmMktS +13.3 EqInc +15.1 EqIndex +15.3 Europe +16.8 ExtIndx +13.8 FinSvcs +24.2 GNMA +2.6 GlbStk +10.8 GlbTech +15.8 Growth +18.2 Gr&In +13.9 HlthSci +33.7 HiYield +12.4 IP Bond +6.3 IntEqIdx r +10.7 IntlBond +6.7 IntDis +20.6 Intl G&I +8.9 IntlStk +12.7 Japan +3.4 LatAm +4.6 MDShrt +.9 MediaTl +24.1 MidCap +10.5 MCapVal +17.3 N Amer +11.3 N Asia +16.8

43.15 -.26 29.12 21.71 11.82 18.98 13.18 49.08 32.86

-.08 -.02 +.03 -.01 +.04 -.08 -.10

11.66 7.50 14.58 11.47 9.71 12.34 9.59

... ... -.05 -.02 -.02 ... -.10

13.31 -.04 7.26 9.86 48.49 9.23 8.56 64.20 9.56 25.74 11.41 60.90 14.71 29.62 4.32 35.90 6.56 11.59 21.64 9.41 3.43 15.13 37.47 14.40 22.18 9.18 22.30 17.30 8.31 31.01 13.57 9.85

... -.02 -.06 -.01 -.01 -.25 -.03 -.15 -.04 -.10 -.01 -.25 +.01 -.51 +.01 -.03 -.05 ... ... +.01 -.07 -.01 -.12 -.02 -.10 -.03 +.01 -.18 -.02 ...

23.44 -.02 ... 3.40 7.56 +.01 3.41 7.01 33.83 29.33 23.39

-.03 ... -.07 -.07 -.13

10.10 10.30 13.72 11.69 12.83 12.19

+.01 -.02 -.03 -.05 -.05 -.11

28.86 -.08 ... 11.64 13.47 12.46 12.71 12.29 11.74 20.40 18.18 13.61 17.71 17.74 15.41 9.62

... ... ... ... +.03 +.01 -.08 +.01 -.08 -.15 +.02 +.01

10.11

...

11.86 ... 9.69 +.01 10.92 ... 11.62 +.01 14.79 -.02 10.22 ... 11.04 +.01 9.99 ... 10.54

...

12.48 -.02 12.48 -.03 11.48 ... 11.86 -.01 54.12 -.47 29.67 -.13 17.68 +.01 41.91 -.35 23.40 -.03 7.55 ... 9.48 10.23

... ...

14.18 -.04 49.26 -.17 26.61 -.16 14.43 18.80 7.99 12.44 23.08 28.00 28.57 10.24 21.29 41.73 12.11 32.19

+.01 -.12 +.01 -.06 -.09 -.18 -.11 -.02 -.10 -.16 -.05 +.02

20.85 45.43 11.76 23.23 16.72 10.35 17.30 16.28 26.28 14.14 18.64 32.31 26.13 38.52 15.48 17.68 14.74 10.08 17.58 10.36 37.63 22.49 43.57 6.91 13.72 11.05 10.21 45.00 12.54 13.85 7.56 40.63 5.24 58.22 58.26 25.10 35.40 16.24

-.03 -.07 ... -.05 -.04 +.02 -.07 -.02 -.06 +.04 -.10 +.06 -.13 -.12 ... -.12 -.18 ... -.08 -.01 ... -.07 -.16 ... +.01 ... +.03 +.23 ... -.01 +.02 -.04 ... +.13 -.08 -.15 +.02 +.01

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New Era +4.4 N Horiz +14.6 N Inc +5.6 OverS SF +11.9 PSBal +12.9 PSGrow +14.6 PSInc +10.7 RealAsset r +9.0 RealEst +14.7 R2005 +9.8 R2010 +10.8 R2015 +11.8 R2020 +12.7 R2025 +13.5 R2030 +14.0 R2035 +14.4 R2040 +14.5 R2045 +14.5 R2055 +14.6 Ret Inco +8.8 SciTec +2.5 ShtBd +2.7 SmCpStk +13.8 SmCapVal +11.7 SpecGr +14.9 SpecIn +9.1 SpecIntl +13.0 Strat Inco +9.1 SumGNMA +2.7 SuMuInc +9.1 SuMuInt +5.2 TFInc +7.9 TxFrH +11.9 TxFrSI +2.3 TotIndex +15.0 R2050 +14.5 USTInt +2.9 USTLg +4.3 Value +16.6 Primecap Odyssey : AggGr r +19.7 Growth r +14.3 Stock r +10.6 Principal Inv: BdMtgIn +6.8 ConBalA p +9.4 DivIntlInst +11.3 FlxIncA p +9.1 HighYldA p +12.0 HiYld In +12.3 InfPro In +6.7 Intl I Inst +11.6 LgCBl In +15.3 LgCG2In +14.6 LgCGI In +15.4 LgCV3 In +14.1 LgCV1 In +15.2 LgGrIn +16.4 LgIndxI +15.4 LgCValIn +17.5 LT2010I +10.4 LT2020In +12.3 LT2030In +12.9 LT2040I +13.6 LT2050I +14.1 LTStratI +8.4 MidCGIII In +8.6 MidCV1 In +13.4 PreSec In +17.0 RealEstScI +13.5 SGI In +12.1 +10.7 SmCBldJ t +11.3 SmIdxI SmCV2 In +12.3 +10.6 SAMBalA +11.5 SAMGrA p StrGrwA p +12.4 +8.4 TxExBdIA p Prudential Fds A: AsstAlloA p +11.8 +10.2 BlendA +13.0 EqOppA GlbTotRtA +12.0 +30.0 HlthSciA +11.4 HiYldA p IntlEqA +11.2 +3.2 InvP14GovA +11.1 MuHiIncA NatResA -1.6 +7.9 NatlMuA +13.6 SelGwthA TotRetBdA +8.5 +11.8 2020FocA +12.3 UtilityA ValueA p +11.2 Prudential Fds Z&I: GlRealEst Z +20.3 GrowthZ +15.6 MadCapGrZ +14.1 +7.3 SmallCoZ StkIdxZ +15.4 Purisima Funds: +4.5 TotRet p Putnam Funds A: +2.2 AR100 +4.2 AR300 AR700 +8.6 +7.6 AR500 +2.6 AmGvA p AABalA p +12.5 +9.3 AACnA p +14.2 AAGrA p CapOpp p +11.1 +12.2 ConvSec +9.2 DvrInA p EqInA p +15.3 +8.4 FloatRt t +11.3 GeoBalA GlGvA p +6.8 +4.3 GlNtRs p +15.5 GlbEqty p GrInA p +15.4 +14.6 GrOppA p +22.0 GlblHlthA HiYdA p +13.1 +12.5 HiYld In +9.4 IncmA p IntlEq p +14.5 +14.3 IntGrIn p +14.1 IntlGrth p IntCapO p +16.7 +15.8 InvA p +12.8 MultiCpV p MultiCpGr +13.5 +16.1 RsrchA p +8.0 TxExA p TFInA p +7.3 +11.5 TFHYA +3.5 USGvA p GlblUtilA +6.6 +12.8 VoyA p Putnam Funds Y: CapSpec +20.0 +20.5 EqSpec

43.88 35.56 9.98 8.19 20.69 25.32 17.16 11.18 20.74 12.28 16.64 12.95 17.93 13.14 18.86 13.34 18.98 12.63 10.47 13.92 26.26 4.86 35.56 38.51 19.37 13.02 10.54 12.00 10.22 12.02 12.02 10.59 11.85 5.72 16.16 10.59 6.32 14.01 26.28

Fri Chg Fund -.28 -.21 +.01 ... -.03 -.06 -.01 -.05 -.07 -.01 -.02 -.01 -.03 -.02 -.04 -.02 -.04 -.03 -.02 -.01 +.09 ... -.29 -.27 -.05 +.01 +.01 +.01 ... +.01 +.01 ... +.01 ... -.06 -.02 +.01 +.03 -.16

19.23 -.01 17.07 -.01 15.79 -.01 11.09 11.23 9.84 12.02 7.85 11.35 9.25 10.74 10.84 8.71 10.25 11.09 11.81 9.09 10.14 10.94 12.15 12.64 12.48 12.64 12.12 11.54 11.03 14.12 10.51 19.62 11.49 14.95 17.58 10.17 13.73 14.78 16.20 7.59

+.01 -.01 -.02 ... ... ... -.01 -.02 -.04 -.01 -.01 -.05 -.07 -.01 -.03 -.08 -.01 -.03 -.03 -.04 -.03 -.01 -.05 -.10 +.01 -.11 -.07 -.11 -.15 -.10 -.02 -.04 -.06 +.01

13.33 18.09 15.37 7.23 32.79 5.66 5.96 10.15 10.34 45.60 15.69 9.69 14.78 16.49 11.95 15.33

-.02 -.09 -.08 +.02 -.20 ... -.01 ... +.01 -.31 +.01 -.02 +.02 -.06 -.05 -.08

21.01 21.75 32.85 22.32 31.95

-.02 -.06 -.10 -.16 -.10

19.31 -.03 10.15 10.54 11.80 11.35 9.22 11.86 9.88 13.41 12.24 20.14 7.64 17.08 8.90 13.26 12.85 19.82 9.34 14.51 18.17 47.44 7.89 6.13 7.24 18.28 9.29 15.11 31.76 14.60 13.28 54.57 17.16 9.09 15.75 12.72 13.67 10.55 22.00

... -.01 -.02 -.01 ... -.01 ... -.03 -.10 -.04 +.01 -.08 +.01 -.03 +.01 -.12 -.01 -.08 -.05 -.13 ... ... +.01 -.01 -.01 +.01 ... -.04 -.11 -.16 -.05 +.01 +.01 +.01 -.02 -.05 -.12

26.93 -.10 29.91 -.13

Q-R

RS Funds: +10.0 23.24 EmMkA LgCAlphaA +13.5 43.68 RSEmG p +15.6 47.05 RSPart +13.1 33.12 RS SelGrA +16.5 35.88 Value +9.5 25.23 TaxExA +6.7 11.15 Rainier Inv Mgt: SmMCapOr +10.6 35.23 Reynolds Funds: BlChGr p +12.8 57.98 RidgeWorth Funds: GScUShBdI +1.7 10.20 HighIncI +13.3 7.07 HiYldI +11.7 9.99 IntmBdI +3.3 10.66 IntlEqI +11.8 10.63 IntEqIdxI +9.6 11.50 InvCrBdI p +3.9 11.41 InvGrTEBI +5.5 12.86 LgCGrStkI +15.7 12.62 LgCValEqI +12.2 13.84 MdCValEqI +14.0 11.13 STBond I +2.5 10.04 SmCpGrI +11.3 17.10 SmCpValI +9.4 13.49 TotRetBd I +4.9 11.11 RivNthCor NA 12.38 Royce Funds: HeritgSv p +6.5 13.85 LwPrSkSv r +2.2 14.63 MicroCapI +5.4 15.32 100FdS t +4.5 9.06 OpptyI r +14.1 11.77 PennMuI r +7.8 11.60 PremierI r +4.8 19.41 SpecEqI r +10.3 21.73 TotRetI r +9.9 13.81 ValSvc t +5.1 11.50 VlPlSvc +11.7 13.41 Russell Funds C: USSmCpE +10.6 24.16 Russell Funds S: EmerMkts +11.0 17.89 GlobEq +10.3 8.82 IntlDvMkt +10.1 29.52 InvGrdBd +5.9 23.10 RESec +20.0 38.46 ShtDurBd +4.5 19.70 StratBd +7.7 11.51 TaxExBd +3.9 23.17 TxMgUSLC +16.4 22.55 TMUSMdSm +11.2 16.54 Russell LfePts A: GwthStrat p +10.6 10.15 Russell LfePts C: BalStrat +9.2 10.71 ConsStrat +6.7 10.95 EqGthStrat +10.6 8.72 ModStrat p +8.1 11.01 Rydex Dynamic: NasdStrH NA 168.29 Rydex Investor: Biotech +40.3 42.55 InvGvLBdSt -6.4 8.42 MgdFutStr -10.2 21.51 NasdaqInv +19.6 17.72

-.06 -.21 +.04 -.25 -.09 -.18 ... -.28 -.21 +.01 ... +.01 +.01 -.03 -.02 +.01 ... ... -.06 -.07 ... -.06 -.10 +.01 -.01 -.07 -.11 -.09 -.05 -.12 -.08 -.12 -.14 -.07 -.08 -.13 -.21 ... -.03 -.07 +.02 ... +.01 +.01 +.01 -.06 -.12 -.03 -.03 ... -.03 -.01 +.08 -.31 -.03 -.01 ...

S-T

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H8 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

Weekend Tech

The mouse faces extinction

Computer interaction evolves with voice, hand motions

BY ARIANA EUNJUNG CHA THE WASHINGTON POST

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Swipe, swipe, pinch-zoom. Fifthgrader Josephine Nguyen is researching the definition of an adverb on her iPad, and her fingers are flying across the screen. Her 20 classmates are hunched over their own tablets doing the same. Conspicuously absent from this high-tech learning scene: a mouse. Josephine, who is 10, said she has used one before — once — but the clunky desktop

computer/monitor/keyboard/ mouse setup was too much. “It was slow,” she recalled, “and there were too many pieces.” Gilbert Vasquez, 6, also is baffled by the idea of an external pointing device named after a rodent. “I don’t know what that is,” he said with a shrug. Nguyen and Vasquez, who attend public schools here, are part of the first generation growing up with a computer interface vastly different from the one the world has gotten used to since the dawn of the personal-computer era in the 1980s. This fall, for the first time, sales of iPads are cannibalizing sales of PCs in schools, according to Charles Wolf, an analyst for the investment research firm Needham & Co. And a growing number of even more

sophisticated technologies for communicating with your computer — such as the Leap Motion boxes and Sony Vaio laptops that read hand motions, as well as voice recognition services such as Apple’s Siri — are beginning to make headway in the commercial market. John Underkoffler, a former MIT researcher who was the adviser for the high-tech wizardry that Tom Cruise used in “Minority Report,” says the transition is inevitable and it will happen in as soon as a few years. Underkoffler, chief scientist for Oblong, a Los Angeles-based company that has created a gesture-controlled interface for computer systems, said that for decades the mouse was the primary bridge to the virtual world — and that it was not always optimal. “Human hands and voice,

if you use them in the digital world in the same way as the physical world, are incredibly expressive,” he said. “If you let the plastic chunk that is a mouse drop away, you will be able to transmit information between you and machines in a very different, high-bandwidth way.” This type of thinking is turning industrial product design on its head. Instead of focusing on a single device to access technology, innovators are expanding their horizons to gizmos that respond to body motions, the voice, fingers, eyes and even thoughts. Some devices can be accessed by multiple people at the same time. Keyboards might still be used for writing a letter, but designing, say, a landscaped garden might be more easily done with a digital pen, as would studying

a map of Lisbon by hand gestures, or searching the Internet for Rihanna’s latest hits by voice. And the mouse — which many agree was a genius creation in its time — may end up as a relic in a museum. The first computer mouse, built at the Stanford Research Institute in Palo Alto, Calif., by Douglas Englebart and Bill English in 1963, was just a block of wood fashioned with two wheels. It was just one of a number of interfaces the team experimented with. There were also foot pedals, head-pointing devices and knee-mounted joysticks. But the mouse proved to be the fastest and most accurate, and with the backing of Apple founder Steve Jobs - who bundled it with shipments of Lisa, the predecessor to the Macintosh, in the 1980s - the device

suddenly became a mainstream phenomenon. Englebart’s daughter, Christina, a cultural anthropologist, said that her father was able to predict many trends in technology over the years, but she said the one thing he has been surprised about is that the mouse has lasted as long as it has. “He never assumed the mouse would be it,” said the younger Englebart, who wrote her father’s biography. “He always figured there would be newer ways of exploring a computer.” She was 8 years old when her father invented the mouse. Now 57, she says she is finally seeing glimpses of the next stage of computing with the surging popularity of the iPad. These days her two children, 20 and 23, do not use a mouse anymore.

All Web articles should be just one page

BY FARHAD MANJOO SLATE

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ALO ALTO, Calif. — Slate’s editorial guidelines call for articles to be split into multiple pages once they hit the 1,000-word mark, so I have to keep this brief: Splitting articles and photo galleries into multiple pages is evil. It should stop. Pagination is one of the worst design and usability sins on the Web, the kind of obvious no-no that should have gone out with blinky text, dancing cat animations and autoplaying music. It shows constant, quiet contempt for people who should be any news site’s highest priority — folks who want to read articles all the way to the end. Pagination persists because splitting a singlepage article into two pages can, in theory, yield twice as many opportunities to display ads — though in practice it doesn’t, because lots of readers never bother to click past the first page. The practice has become so ubiquitous that it has numbed many publications and readers into thinking that multipage design is how the Web has always been, and how it should be. Neither is true: The Web’s earliest news sites did not paginate, and the practice grew up only over the past decade, in response to pressure from the ad industry. It doesn’t have to be this way

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— some of the most forwardthinking and successful sites, including BuzzFeed and the Verge, have eschewed pagination, and they’re better off for it. So would we all be: Page-view juicing is a myopic strategy. In the long run, unfriendly design isn’t going to help websites win new adherents, and winning new readers is the whole point of being a site. I bet that if all news sites switched to single-page articles — and BuzzFeedstyle scrolling galleries instead of multipage slideshows — they’d experience short-term pain followed by long-term gain. Their articles would get shared more widely and, thus, win more loyal, regular visitors for the publication. I know you’re ready to call this a First World problem. I’ve got two responses to the criticism that pagination isn’t such a big deal: First, so what? It’s still a problem, one that affects you, dear reader of the Web, every time you click on a story or gallery to learn about Third World problems. Second: Objectively, no

ROBERT NEUBECKER

you Internet usability flaw — not even all-cap email forwards from your aunt touting dubious conspiracy theories about Barack Obama — is all that terrible for the world. They’re minor frustrations, and if they victimize you often enough,

develop a kind of learned helplessness that makes them seem less terrible. That’s exactly what has happened with pagination. Pieces that should be readable on a single scroll require one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine or

more page clicks. We all have our little routines for dealing with this. The timid among us just go with the flow — we click, click and click some more, wasting time and bandwidth to feed advertisers their precious pages. The savvy know about ways to get around the clicks — when I’m presented with a manypage piece, I immediately search for the site’s singlepage button. And when I realize a site doesn’t have a single-page view (I’m looking at you, Washington Post) I make a mental note to spit on my hand the next time I meet that site’s Web designer. Thoughtful design can improve how long articles look on the Web. One example of this is the Verge, which publishes very long pieces every day and makes them look stunning and manageable without page breaks. In its long pieces, the Verge breaks up blocks of text with photos and design elements like pull-quotes, and each article has internal navigation buttons that let you go to specific sections of the piece.

I asked Joshua Topolsky, the Verge’s editor, whether he had a hard time convincing the advertising department to ditch pages. He said he didn’t: “From the beginning, there’s been a company-wide belief that we can marry great advertising with great content and not have to cheat or trick our users,” Topolsky emailed. “And so far, that’s proven 100 percent correct. Our traffic has been on a big climb, and I believe advertisers are really beginning to see the true value in engaged users who care (and return) versus sheer volume of pageviews (though our pageviews have also been through the roof).” Jonah Peretti, BuzzFeed’s founder, echoed this sentiment. For Peretti, the most important metric for a story is how many unique people click on it, and how widely it’s shared. He says: “If you build things that people are excited about sharing with their friends — if you build things that don’t annoy people and if it’s presented in a user-friendly way — then, long-term, people will share content more, new people will come and check out what you’re doing, people will have more positive feelings about you, and . . . OK, maybe it’s a little bit utopian of a view, but it’s working for us.” I believe that’s right. At the very least, it sounds worth trying. I could go on about this for pages, but I’m already past my one-page limit.

How to surf the Web like a spy

hen you surf the Internet, everyone is watching. Tracking companies, search engines and social networks try to learn your habits for advertising purposes. Your Internet provider monitors every move to make sure you’re not doing anything illegal. A government analyst might think you’re “interesting” because of a suspicious phrase you used in a tweet. On the other side of the law, scammers and hackers wait to pounce on any opportunity to steal your identity and your money. Many people believe there’s nothing they can do to prevent such snooping. A master spy like James Bond can browse the Internet without leaving a trace — sure — but not regular folks. Well, it’s not as hard as you may think to browse anonymously and preserve your privacy. All you need are a few tools and some coaching. That’s where I come in.

KIM

KOMANDO TECHNOLOGY

Spy trainee

Hackers use viruses to exploit your computer and steal information. Your first line of defense is to keep a clean machine and make sure your security software is up to date. When you surf, your browser keeps a record of where you go, what you search for, and what you download. It also stores cookies, which can improve the functionality of websites and track you. Wipe out this information with a program like CCleaner. Or make sure it isn’t recorded in the first place. The next time you want to kill an hour watching a puppy cam without leaving a digital footprint, toggle to private or incognito browsing mode. All major browsers have it in the main menu. Private browsing prevents

Daniel Craig as James Bond

history and cookies from being saved, but it does nothing to mask your Internet identity. For that, you need to advance to the next level.

Field agent

When you go online, your ISP gives your computer a unique Internet protocol address. Individual computers and Web servers need these addresses to exchange data. An IP address doesn’t identify you, but it reveals which ISP you use and your general geographic location.

And of course, your ISP records your IP address and the IP addresses of the sites you visit. But you can disguise your IP address. A Web-based proxy server allows you to enter the address of a site you want to visit. The proxy service requests the website and displays it for you. The site you visit can’t see or track you. And your ISP doesn’t know where you’ve gone either! Web-based proxies work entirely through your browser. There’s no need to download software or reconfigure settings. Hoever, the proxy has little, if any, security. Don’t use it to send sensitive data. And be aware: Some apps that work within browsers, such as Flash and Java, can betray your IP address anyway. If you want to take the next step, you can download a proxy system like Tor. This routes all your Internet traffic through volunteer servers around the world. No one can track you!

If you’re authorized to use your home computer to access your company or school network, you’re using a virtual private network. Many VPN providers offer subscriptions to individuals. A VPN will cost you, but you gain a high level of encryption, more reliability and greater integration with your gadgets. In addition to anonymous and secure web browsing, your email and chats also are safe, even if you’re using public Wi-Fi. What you do online really is no one’s business. But don’t get the idea that a VPN or proxy will let you get away with illegal activities. Law enforcement can subpoena those records of ISPs and VPN providers.

Bond, James Bond

Master spies always keep a secret cache of currency and fake passports in case they get into a jam and need to drop out of sight. They also need a way to anonymously use any computer that’s handy. That’s possible with a

bootable USB stick or DVD loaded with Tails (The Amnesiac Incognito Live System). The free, opensource package bypasses a computer’s internal operating system and hard drive. Tails was developed to allow journalists and human rights advocates stationed in oppressive regimes to work and communicate safely. The live-boot Linux operating system works on Macs and PCs. A built-in, customized browser takes advantage of the previously mentioned Tor network. Browser extensions block ads, Java and Flash. Other tools in the package encrypt your email and instant messages. There’s even free productivity software, such as OpenOffice and more, if you need to get a top secret report done. As 007 would say: Brilliant! Copyright 2012, WestStar TalkRadio Network

Kim Komando hosts the nation’s largest talk radio show about consumer electronics, computers and the Internet: komando.com.


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ROCK, BRIDGE, BAY Picturesque San Francisco dotted with movie landmarks

BY JOHN MARSHALL THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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AN FRANCISCO — The spot where Jimmy my im Stewart saved Kim Novak in “Vertigo”” is at Fort Point, under the Golden Gate Bridge. A few miles down the bay is Alcatraz, where Nicolas Cage and Sean Connery prevented missiles from launching and Clint Eastwood may or may not have escaped. Up on shore, there’s Coit Tower, City Hall, the Transamerica Pyramid, all those hills that have been the setting for chase scenes. Filled with iconic landmarks, breathtaking scenery and a wide range of locations, San Francisco has a long history as a favorite site for filmmakers — and the movie buffs who want to see filming locations. “So many people are so familiar with the icons, with the landmarks of San Francisco,” said Bryan Rice, owner of San Francisco Movie Tours. “You can show the Golden Gate Bridge, you can show the Transamerica Pyramid in the background, show these different places where people are familiar with, and it draws people in.”

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Clockwise from above, a sailboat makes its way past Alcatraz Island in San Francisco; Gloria Para of San Francisco, looks at a replica of the Maltese Falcon at John’s Grill; Fort Point stands guard near the fog-shrouded Golden Gate Bridge; people pose for pictures and a car makes its way down Lombard Street with Coit Tower on Telegraph Hill in the background.

Alfred Hitchcock loved shooting in the Bay Area, as did George Lucas and Clint Eastwood. It’s easy to see why: The bay, the bridge, the landmarks and a variety of elevations for interesting angles to shoot from. Locations are diverse: downtown, the waterfront, the Painted Ladies Victorian homes, Chinatown, the gritty Tenderloin. Film noir can be shot in the fog; a screwball comedy can bounce along hilly streets. Many films shot in San Francisco are written for the city, so it, in a sense, becomes a character in the movie. “All the producers I talk to say they would love to shoot here because visually it’s such a beautiful place that it makes anyone’s film better looking,”

said Susannah Greason Robbins, director of the San Francisco Film Commission. But the number of bigproduction movies shot in San Francisco has tapered off with the rise of digital technology. Instead of going on location, producers can recreate the city’s look in studios and with computers at less cost. It’s also cheaper to shoot in other locales, from the American South to Canada, with some states offering better tax breaks for production companies than California does. “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” released in 2011, was set in San Francisco but shot in British Columbia. “It’s very hard to compete with that because film production companies, like any smart

businessperson, are trying to get the best bang for their buck,” Greason Robbins said. “When you get 30-35 percent back on your film expenses when you shoot in one of those other states, you kind of have to go there. It’s frustrating.” San Francisco still attracts movie-makers, with more than 100 films shot there in the past decade and 16 last year, but more are independent or from small local companies than in the past. Still, the city’s long history of film offers plenty of iconic spots to visit. Here are three:

Alcatraz

In “Birdman of Alcatraz,” “Escape from Alcatraz,” “Murder in the First,” “The Rock,” “The Enforcer.”

A federal penitentiary from 1934-63, “The Rock” housed notorious criminals including Al Capone, George “Machine Gun” Kelly and James “Whitey” Bulger. Now a national park, Alcatraz offers visitors a chance to tour the prison, including a look at one of the cells portrayed in Eastwood’s “Escape from Alcatraz,” with the concrete chipped away behind the vent. Round-trip ferry to Alcatraz, $28-$32 including audio tour, every half-hour starting around 9 a.m.: alcatrazcruises.com.

Fort Point, Golden Gate Bridge

In “Foul Play,” “Dopamine,” “High Anxiety,” “Petulia,” “Point Blank,” “Vertigo,” “The Presidio.” Built to protect the San

Francisco Bay from Confederate and foreign attack during the Civil War, Fort Point is where Stewart saved Novak in “Vertigo,” right at the base. The bridge also has been blown up countless times on film, including in “X-Men 3” and “Monsters vs. Aliens.” Best view is from the north side back toward the city.

Coit Tower

In “Boys & Girls,” “After the Thin Man,” “Dr. Dolittle,” “Sister Act 2,” “The Enforcer,” “The Presidio,” “The Rock,” “Innerspace.” The narrow, white concrete column atop Telegraph Hill has been a part of San Francisco’s skyline since 1933 and offers spectacular views of the bay and the city. Coit Tower has been in the backdrop of numerous movies filmed in San Francisco and was called “vaguely phallic” by Tyne Daly’s character in the “Dirty Harry” movie, “The Enforcer.” It’s been a place to watch movies, too, with projectors set up to show films on the side of tower. Observation deck, $7 for nonresidents, $5 seniors and youth (12-17), $2 kids (5-11), sfrecpark. org/CoitTower.aspx.

Big Apple’s ambitious tourism plan may net a big Ferris wheel BY JENNIFER PELTZ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — The Big Apple is getting another “biggest”: the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, part of an ambitious plan to draw New Yorkers and tourists alike to the city’s so-called “forgotten borough.” The 625-foot-tall, $230 million New York Wheel is to grace a spot in Staten Island overlooking the 305-foottall Statue of Liberty and the downtown Manhattan skyline, offering a singular view as it sweeps higher than other big wheels like the Singapore Flyer, the London Eye and a “High Roller” planned for Las Vegas. Designed to carry 1,440 passengers at a time, it’s expected to draw 4.5 million people a year to a setting that also would include a 100-shop outlet mall and a 200-room hotel. It will be “an attraction unlike any other in New York City — in fact, it will be, we think, unlike any other on the planet,” Mayor Michael Bloomberg said as he unveiled the plans against the backdrop of New York

Harbor. While the privately financed project faces various reviews, officials hope to have the wheel turning by the end of 2015. The wheel would put Staten Island on the map of superlatives in a place where “biggest” is almost an expectation — home to the nation’s biggest city population, busiest masstransit system, even the biggest Applebee’s restaurant. The attraction stands to change the profile of the least populous and most remote of the city’s five boroughs, a sometime municipal underdog that has taken insults from New Jersey and was once known for having the world’s largest landfill. “It’s going to be a real icon. The Ferris wheel will be Staten Island’s Eiffel Tower,” Sen. Charles Schumer enthused. As a visible addition to the skyline around the harbor, the wheel “gives Staten Island an identity beyond its role as a suburban community,” while letting it tap into the stream of tourist money in a city that drew 50.9 million visitors last

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This artist’s rendering released by the New York Mayor’s Office shows a proposed 625-foot Ferris wheel, billed as the world’s largest, planned as part of a retail and hotel complex along the Staten Island waterfront in New York.

year, said Mitchell Moss, a New York University urban policy professor. The project is expected to bring $500 million in private investment and 1,100 permanent jobs to the borough’s St. George waterfront, and the developers

will pay the city $2.5 million a year in rent for the land. Staten Island isn’t entirely off the tourist map. Its free ferry is the city’s third-largest tourist attraction, carrying an estimated 2 million visitors a year alongside millions of

residents, officials say. But the city has long struggled to entice tourists off the boat and into Staten Island. Much-touted Staten Island sightseeing bus tours fizzled within a year in 2009 for lack of ridership. Australian tourists Leah Field and Adam Lica, for example, were riding the ferry Thursday for its views of the Statue of Liberty. They thought they might have lunch on the Staten Island side but weren’t planning to explore further. “We weren’t sure what there is to do there,” explained Lica, 32, of Melbourne. But were there a giant Ferris wheel, the couple likely would go ride it, he said. But Henriette Repmann, a German university student, said she wouldn’t bother. “You don’t have to have the biggest Ferris wheel in the world to get a good view of New York,” Repmann, 20, of Leipzig, said Thursday as she visited the Empire State Building. Largely a bedroom community for other parts of the

city, Staten Island boasts about 470,000 residents and a minor league ballpark, cultural sites and quirky attractions, from locations in the video for Madonna’s “Papa Don’t Preach” to the Staten Island Zoo, home to New York’s answer to Pennsylvania’s prognosticating groundhog. The Staten Island rodent bears the dubious distinction of having once bitten Bloomberg. But Staten Island, the only one of the city’s five boroughs not accessible by subway, tends to get overshadowed by its bigger neighbors, so much so that some have at times suggested it secede from the city. And residents often bristle at an image shaped by such television shows as “Mob Wives” and “Big Ang” — and by a former New Jersey beach town mayor who portrayed Staten Islanders in a blog post as heavy on hairspray and light on class. (The ex-mayor, Ken Pringle of Belmar, visited Staten Island in 2008 to make amends.) Resident Miatta Bryant thinks the wheel might bring the borough more respect.


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When in Japan ...

EXPERIENCE A SHARED CULTURAL LOVE OF ANIMALS BY LINDA LOMBARDI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TOKYO — Americans might seem obsessed with animals, with daycare for dogs and TV therapists for cats, not to mention the hours we spend looking at photos of cute critters on the Internet. But it’s generally the conventionally adorable ones that get our attention. On a recent trip to Japan, I found ample evidence of our two countries’ mutual adoration of pets and pandas. But it was a pleasure to immerse myself in a culture that shares my appreciation for more unusual creatures as well. Here are some highlights:

Dugongs

One of my lifelong dreams was to see a dugong. There are only a handful of these sea mammals related to manatees in captivity, none in North America. One of them is in the Toba Aquarium in Mie Prefecture, about three hours by train from Tokyo. The legend of the mermaid is supposed to be a result of sailors’ sightings of dugongs. Only someone who had been at sea and hadn’t seen a woman in an extremely long time could mistake this animal for a human beauty, with its tiny eyes, large floppy lips, and almost rectangular bald head.

But the Japanese clearly appreciate an animal that’s so ugly that it’s cute, and Serena, at the Toba Aquarium, is the star of all the signage and publicity, as well as the model for toys and treats at the gift shop (more on that later). I was rewarded for sharing my obsession when my Japanese friend mentioned to a staff member that I had come all the way from America to see the dugong. A couple of hours later, she flagged us down in the hallway and gave me an impromptu behind-the-scenes tour.

Walrus shows

Most visitors don’t get to meet the dugong, but anyone at the Toba Aquarium can get up close and personal with an enormous sea mammal: Just go to the regularly scheduled walrus show. Unlike seal and sea lion performances you might have seen at U.S. parks, these animals weren’t on a distant stage. The audience sat on benches around a floor covered with a wet tarp, with no barrier between us and the blubbery twoton critters. Though I couldn’t understand the trainers’ patter, the slapstick humor of the routine needed no translation. Afterward, anyone could give the performers a pat and have their picture taken.

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A worker at the Toba Aquarium in Toba, Japan, stands with a walrus during a show. After the show audience members are allowed to pet and have a picture taken with the animal.

Capybaras

I went to Toba to satisfy my dugong dream, but when I walked into the hotel, I was greeted at the front desk by a photo of one of my other favorite animals: an ad proudly touting the aquarium’s recent acquisition of capybaras. Most people in the U.S. are unfamiliar with the world’s largest rodent, but capybaras seem to be highly appreciated in Japan. There’s a cartoon character called Kapibara-san, with a small store devoted entirely to its products in Tokyo Station as well as available at other shops like the wellknown Kiddyland. And my next dream Japan vacation? It’ll be to Nagasaki Bio-Park, where there’s a large enclosure for capybaras where visitors can wander among the hundred-pound rodents and give them belly rubs.

Animal souvenirs

A bun sold at a bakery in Tokyo’s Ueno train station. The bun is designed like a panda, in honor of the panda at Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo, and it is wearing an Egyptian headdress in honor of an exhibit at a museum in the same park.

Years of looking for a dugong in American zoo and aquarium gift shops left me empty-handed, but at Toba, you can buy at least two dozen kinds of stuffed dugong and several varieties of dugong-themed cookies. I also bought a capybara-shaped box of crunchy strawberry chocolates. Similar souvenirs were available at other zoos and aquariums. My travelling companion told me when Japanese tourists go to Loch Ness, they’re utterly bewildered by the absence of Nessie cookies.

A display of dugong cookies in the gift shop at the Toba Aquarium, in Toba. Dugongs, a sea mammal related to the manatee, are rare in captivity, but Toba has a real one on display named Serena, seen below.

Bugs

So-ugly-they’re-cute animals are big in Japan, but there’s also an appreciation of animals that are not cute by any definition. The Tama Zoo in Tokyo, about an hour from the city center by train, has an enormous freeflight butterfly exhibit and a large Insectarium, its entrance adorned with statues celebrating insects, including a dung beetle. But more unusual to a foreigner is the tradition of keeping insects as pets, in particular, huge beetles with frightening-looking horns. I didn’t attend an organized beetle-wrestling tournament, but I did visit a tiny, perfectly clean shop that sells them as pets. One particularly large specimen — if you didn’t run away screaming first — would set you back 3,980 yen, about $50.

Dog hotels

You might think dog-owning culture is over the top in the U.S., but we have nothing like Wan Wan Paradise, a chain of hotels with a branch in Toba. (“Wan Wan” is the equivalent of “bow wow” and a kind of baby talk word for “doggie.”) Wan Wan Paradise is especially for people vacationing with their dogs, with a swimming pool for dogs, dog park, roof garden and organized activities. The staff includes dog trainers and professional pet photographers. You can even bring your dog to the hotel restaurant.

A lobby bulletin board displayed photos of satisfied canine customers, and at the gift shop, I bought a souvenir for my own pugs: rice crackers flavored with gourmet beef that’s a regional specialty. Back in Tokyo at the Skytree shopping center, I ran across a cafe where you can dine with your canine, boasting a special dog menu including tiny waffles. If all this leaves travelers longing for their own pets, they can partially soothe the ache with a visit to one of Tokyo’s cat cafes, where resident pettable felines wander freely among the customers. The trend now encompasses rabbit cafes and even one with reptiles in nearby Yokohama.

Giant Pandas

As a resident of the Washington D.C. area, I thought I knew something about panda obsession. That was before I stayed

for two weeks near Ueno Zoo — which is Panda Central for Tokyo. Local entrepreneurs compete to celebrate the adored beast. Sweet bean-paste buns already are round, so it’s simple to decorate them to look like panda faces. But why stop there? An art museum in Ueno Park had an exhibit of Egyptian art, so one bakery featured a bun where the panda wears an Egyptian headdress. The quirky Japanese sense of humor is in evidence at a stand just outside the zoo with its own specialty panda candy. Even if you don’t read Japanese, you can figure out what the unappealing-looking brown nuggets represent by looking at the illustration on the package: The cuddly black-and-white cutie is enthusiastically picking his nose. Now there are some folks who really love everything about the panda.

Resorts show guests grounds with Segway tours BY SCOTT MAYEROWITZ ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Some couples celebrate their anniversary with a horse-drawn carriage ride. Others rent a romantic cabin in the woods. A few even jet off to Las Vegas and renew their vows in front of Elvis. Lori Kelly and her husband, Gene, recently marked their second anniversary by touring the woods of the Omni Bedford Springs Resort & Spa on a Segway. “It was absolutely fantastic. It is really the ultimately unique experience, especially for people my age,” said Kelly, 59. Her husband is 64. “It gives you the flavor of adventure with very little threat of injury.” The Segway, first introduced a decade ago as an alternative mode of personal transportation, is getting a new life at a growing number of resorts around the world.

Moving the Segway

For those not familiar with the two-wheeled electric vehicle, it works like this: Lean forward to move forward. Lean backward to go in reverse. Move the handlebars, and it turns left or right. Pretty simple. The device never quite took off as an everyday way to get around, but it has found a niche

replacing city walking tours and helping security guards patrol local shopping malls. And now hotels with sprawling grounds are finding the Segway to be a great way to show guests around their properties. Plus, the devices still are quirky enough to be an attraction in their own right. “You don’t need any special skills to navigate around on it,” said Kelly, the executive director of the American Red Cross in West Virginia. She and her husband traveled in mid-September from their home in Shepherdstown, W.Va. to Pennsylvania resort for a two-night getaway. They shopped, sat by the hotel’s fire pits, played horseshoes and had a romantic anniversary dinner. But what really made the trip unique was the 90-minute, offroad Segway tour for $90. “Once you mastered it, you felt very, very comfortable about it,” she said. Lois Crosby, 62, recently hopped on a Segway at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va. She was joining her husband on a business trip. “All the other people in my group went golfing and I’m not a golfer,” said Crosby, of Germantown, Tenn. So she spent $65 for the 90-minute tour. “It’s a lot of fun. It’s really a lot of fun.”

Part of the excitement is just the novelty of the Segway. “Neither of us had been on a Segway before, but they looked fun,” said John Wilson, 50, who recently did a tour with his wife, Melissa, at The Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Va. The 90-minute tour, which started on Memorial Day, travels on meandering trails through the resort’s woods. Guests get mountain views and often spot wildlife including bear, deer and red-tailed hawks. The tour costs $70 a person. “I said to my wife, I feel like the laziest hiker ever,” said Wilson, of Alexandria, Va., who oversees national programing for PBS. “Once you start, it’s sort of intuitive as to how it is to go.” Prices generally range from $60 to $125 per person. But there are some deals to be found. The Paradisus Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic offers a 45-minute tour for $35 and the Shangri-La Golden Sands Resort in Malaysia offers 15-minute rides around the resort for about $10. Several resorts have minimum age requirements and only allow guests between a certain weight to participate, generally 100 to 260 pounds.

Some hotels offer tours on paved paths while others go through more-adventurous offroad terrain. Some properties offer both options or customtailor a tour based on how comfortable the group feels after the initial training. A driver’s license isn’t needed, and most resorts offer guests helmets. The Segway can go up to 12 mph, but tours often go slower and stop to point out the sights, covering just four or five miles during the 90 minutes. Most hotels start their tours with a practice session in an empty parking lot or in the middle of a field. Once guests have mastered the Segway, they head out to explore the grounds. At The Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay, visitors travel on a trail that hugs the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, offering seemingly-endless views of the California coast. At the Turtle Bay Resort in Hawaii, guests on Segways can see sea turtles and Hawaiian Monk Seals basking in the sun. At O’Reilly’s Gold Coast, a resort at Australia’s Lamington National Park, guests explore the surrounding rainforest and cross creeks on the Segways. None of this is exactly roughing in it. But after all it, it is a vacation.

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A hotel recreational staff member leads a group of hotel guests on a Segway tour off the Coastal Trail in Half-Moon Bay, Calif., on the Pacific Ocean with the hotel property on a nearby cliff. A number of hotels offer Segway tours as a novel way to see their grounds and nearby scenic areas.


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Cruising for answers? Look here

A JAMAICAN TOWN’S SHIP COMES IN BY ANDREA SACHS THE WASHINGTON POST

When Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas pulled into Falmouth, Jamaica, last spring, passengers peering over guardrails saw a port bursting with local crafts, rum cocktails, reggae musicians and circus-style stiltwalkers. Everything was irie, as the Jamaicans say, and more. Hours later, however, the cruise terminal appeared vacuumed-clean. The ship had departed, draining the color, the noise and the energy from the pier. Even the irie had vanished. Pop goes the port. This ephemeral terminal — a Port-in-the-Box hand-cranked by the cruise lines — differs from the permanent members of the sea tourist trade, such as Nassau, St. Thomas and Montego Bay, Falmouth’s westerly neighbor. Because these destinations draw visitors all the time, a mixed salad of resort guests and cruisers, the vacation apparatus never shuts down. By comparison, Falmouth and its ilk revolve around the cruise calendar, folding down or springing up depending on the day of the week. “We don’t have tourists every day,” said Delroy C.M. Ormsby, a local resident who manages a rental property a few miles from town. Vendors “don’t come here when there’s no cruise ship.” I first experienced the popup phenomenon on a Caribbean cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s Epic. Because of squirrely weather, the captain had to shuffle our itinerary, reassigning ports to different days of the week. The crew informed the passengers of the changes over the loudspeaker, but no one told the locals on the ground. When we arrived in Mexico’s Costa Maya on a Tuesday instead of a Thursday, we found only a small gathering of retailers, not the usual swarm shouting out their services and specials. A few hustled to open their shops and stands, but most of the traveling merchants probably were north in Cozumel, greeting ships that had stuck to their schedules. The Epic sailed away before I could fully experience the port’s transformation, from slumbering to vital, then back to bed. I had to jump (another) ship to see the entire cycle. In late May, when Oasis of the Seas left Falmouth for Cozumel, I didn’t reboard. After disembarking with the other passengers, I turned my lens inland, focusing on the landscape that shifted with every sway of the ship. When Falmouth learned in

early 2000 that Royal Caribbean and the Port Authority of Jamaica were building a $180 million terminal on its waterfront, the residents rejoiced. Wedged between Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, the city suffered from an inferiority complex. Despite its sugar and rum history and its Georgian architecture, the capital of Trelawny parish didn’t draw the same crowds as the popular resort towns. Moreover, when the country extended its North Coast Highway in 2003, it bypassed the city. Falmouth was reduced to drive-by status. The once-prosperous trading port needed an economic uplift and a morale boost. The new pier and its job opportunities, plus an estimated 800,000 passengers by 2014, could provide both. “When the cruise ships come in, Falmouth becomes another Ocho Rios or Montego Bay,” said Ricky Matthews, a Jamaican cruise director with Royal Caribbean. “It’s being discovered by people every week.” Built on land reclaimed from the sea, the port features two berths that can accommodate some of the largest ships at sea. The number of passengers (6,300) and crew (2,000) aboard the Oasis of the Seas roughly equals the town’s population (8,912). The ships dock alongside a 22-acre square fronted by restaurants and shops featuring tropical island standards (Jimmy Buffett’s soon-to-open Margaritaville, duty-free liquor stores) and local specialties (Eaton’s chutneys, Scotchies’ jerk chicken). Musicians perform in a covered crafts market with individual stalls displaying wood carvings, jewelry and homages to Bob Marley and Red Stripe beer. Stiltwalkers waving the national flag strut around the courtyard like giraffes with fresh pedicures. Oasis had arrived in the morning, and the shopkeepers were in position, primed for the first trickle off the ship. Visitors wandered in and out of stores tucked inside Georgian-style structures built to resemble centuries-old warehouses. Another contingent, laden with beach bags, headed straight for the buses bound for Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Dunn’s River Falls. The pier, spacious and smartly landscaped with palm trees and cobblestones, never turned into a Black Friday scene. But the cruisers definitely made the rounds. By late afternoon, Tastee had sold out of all but its beef patties, and Island Brew Cafe was turning away coffee orders. The pot was empty, and the employee refused to brew more so close to the ship’s departure. I offered to buy the whole pot but still was denied

BY CAROL SOTTILI THE WASHINGTON POST

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Passengers on Royal Caribbean International’s Mariner of the Seas relax in 2006 on a beach at Labadie, Haiti. Labadie, or Labadee, is a secluded peninsula with a beautiful beach and plenty of tropical shade trees. Passengers soak up the sun, snorkel, shop for colorful island art or rent personal watercraft for an exhilarating jaunt across the big bay.

a cup (or 12). The vendors have a short time to make a profit. Though the days might be long (eight hours or so), the weeks can be short. During slow season, ships might arrive only twice a week. On the dark days, the pier remains closed. “If there’s no ship,” said a Tastee employee, “we don’t work.” She knew, though, that she would be returning the next day. Another ship was set to dock and most likely would be carrying passengers hungry for a chicken, vegetarian or beef patty. To an outsider looking in, the pier resembles a tidy, exclusive walled-in compound, with clipboard-carrying uniformed guards playing bouncer. To an insider looking out, the town of Falmouth appears to be a friendly, boisterous place that yanks at you like an excited puppy on a leash. For a moment, I stood frozen on the threshold between the two. I was meeting Delroy, a friend’s uncle, outside the terminal, on a noisy street near Water Square. As a cruiser-turned-landtourist, I assumed I could freely return to the port to shop and eat. The guard informed me otherwise. Only passengers and employees are permitted inside, she said. Noncruising tourists and residents must obtain permission from the Port Authority, a process that could take a while. Thank goodness for uncles with cellphones and friends in high places. As part of the port development project, the government touched up the host’s face. They paved the roads leading to the port and beautified the surrounding greenery. The port authority also changed the traffic pattern around Water Square, booting out the cars to create a pedestrians-only zone with

Many ports flick on the lights when a cruise ship docks but go dark when the vessel sails away. Here are some destinations with tight cords to the mother ships:

Labadee

Royal Caribbean’s 260-acre private resort in northern Haiti is like an action theme park in the sand. Attractions include kayak tours on Nellie’s Beach, joy rides on the Dragon’s Tail Coaster, a splashy water park in Columbus Cove and the 2,600-foot-long Dragon’s Breath, the world’s longest zipline over water.

Castaway Key

On Disney’s private Bahamian island (birth name Gorda Cay), cruisers cavort with characters who mug for the cameras. Even when Capt. Jack Sparrow is on break, children

and adults are entertained. A tram toodles around the developed portions of the 1,000-acre isle, dropping guests off at such attractions as two water play areas, massage cabanas, a yoga class and an adults-only beach.

white-sand beach, a launching pad for snorkeling, sailing, kayaking and drifting. When it’s time to come in from the water, hit up any of three bars or the barbecue buffet. Cunard also anchors here.

Great Stirrup Cay

Royal Caribbean’s other private island sits between Freeport and Nassau in the Bahamas. The 140-acre isle boasts a bar for each beach (three), plus a straw market, barbecue, nature trails, water sports and Cayl a n a ’s Aq u a Pa rk , a 20,000-square-foot attraction with floating rock-climbing walls and watery trampolines. Celebrity, part of the Royal family, also drops passengers here.

Norwegian Cruise Line also stakes a claim on a Bahamian island: a 250-acre parcel once used by American forces to protect East Coast shores during World War II. The emphasis is on water sports — snorkeling, kayaking, an ecoboat tour — plus amphibious thrills, including parasailing and the 175-foot-long Hippo Water Slide. Regent Seven Seas also swings by.

Princess Cays

Princess Cruises lords over more than 40 acres on the southern end of the Bahamian island of Eleuthera. The standout feature is the half-mile

CocoCay

Half Moon Cay

Holland America shuttles its cruisers to 55 acres of tropical playland, leaving 98

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Should I book shore excursions through the cruise line or on my own? The answer depends on the itinerary and the location. Shore excursions booked through the ship typically are more expensive and sometimes crowded, but the advantage is that cruise lines vet the companies that offer the tours, checking safety records and proof of insurance. Also, cruise ships will wait if an official shore excursion is delayed; if you’re not on a sanctioned trip, you get no grace period. In Europe, especially where a different language is spoken and the excursion site is far from the ship, it makes sense to go through the cruise line (ditto for other more exotic destinations). In the Caribbean, stick with ship-sponsored shore excursions for higher-risk outings, or at least research outside options in advance and hire a reputable company. A simple trip to a nearby beach can be just a cheap taxi ride away on many islands.

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The Oasis of the Seas ties up at Labadee, Haiti, a 260-acre private island resort exclusive to Royal Caribbean.

Will the ship really leave you if you don’t get back on time? Yes, you’ll be left at the dock unless you’re on a ship-sanctioned excursion. (Just do a “cruise passengers left behind” search on YouTube for proof.) Passengers typically are told to return at least a half-hour before departure.

cobblestone streets and period lighting. To ease the congestion, local authorities pushed the fruit and vegetable peddlers to the outskirts of town. But after the ships sail off, the vendors roll back in, their stands sagging under the weight of breadfruit, papayas and watermelons. “The pier became a new land, a whole new entity,” said Richard Bourke, president of the Trelawny Chamber of Commerce. “The cruise ships do to some degree decide the character of the town.”

Cruise ships wake up these ports BY ANDREA SACHS THE WASHINGTON POST

It’s a big, wide cruising world out there, with more ships and passengers coming on board every year: The industry added 13 ships with nearly 15,000 berths last year alone. The result is a dizzying array of choices for the 16 million passengers worldwide who will spend their vacations on a ship this year: How to choose among dining options? What size ship is best for us? Do we want something family friendly? They will have to answer those questions for themselves, but we can help with some of the more basic and practical queries we get from our cruising readers. Here are the ones most frequently asked:

percent of the 2,400-acre Little San Salvador Island to the birds and other wildlife. (The Bahamian National Trusts have designated the island a Wild Bird Reserve.) In addition to stingray swims and eco-lagoon tours, visitors can sign up for a horseback ride that ends with Your Little Pony in the water. Cunard and Carnival also use the island.

Costa Maya

The Mexican port on the Caribbean Sea between Playa del Carmen and Belize made a grand return after 2007’s Hurricane Dean. Cruisers can stay close to the ship and swim (around or up to the bar), shop and dine in the resort-style terminal complex or go farther afield, to the Mayan ruins of Chacchoben or the f ishing village of Mahahual.

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This 1915 Kingsbury, owned by Ken Kelly, of Grand Rapids, was built in the Charles River area of Massachusetts. HOWARD MEYERSON | MLIVE.COM

AFLOAT DREAMS RETRO Classic wooden canoe enthusiasts gather at river’s edge on the AuSable BY HOWARD MEYERSON FOR MLIVE.COM

GRAYLING — It was a quintessential fall day: cool and sunny with color in the trees, bold splashes of yellow and orange lining the banks of the AuSable River. What made it all the more colorful was company I was keeping and the canoes they paddled, each made of wood and rich in history. Floating close by was Dave McDaniel in his early 1950s Peterborough canoe, its varnished wood ribs finished bright. McDaniel, a rugged looking man, paddled solo sporting a broad-brimmed hat. He appeared relaxed as he negotiated the river’s obstacles. Peterboroughs are classic, finely-crafted wood canoes, once made by the Peterborough Canoe Co. in Peterborough, Ontario, before it went out of business in the 1960s. The company began operations in 1892, but before it closed, it would become an icon with north woods canoe travelers. McDaniel’s canoe was one of nearly a dozen vintage canoes on the water this day. He had come out for the fall gathering

of the Michigan chapter of the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association, a national organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration and use of wood or bark canoes. “At one time, I had 30 boats,” said McDaniel, of Oscoda, as we floated with the current. “I got tired of trying to store them. So, I am now down to 15 and trying to weed out everything I am not totally in love with. But it is hard to let some go.” To see them on the water, it is no wonder. Each canoe this day had character in spades. Some were finished for show; others were works in progress. McDaniel’s Peterborough is the one he paddles regularly. His vintage 1800s Gerrish stayed home. Evan H. Gerrish, the man who built it, is credited with building the first commercially made canvas and wood canoes in his Bangor, Maine, shop. You can find a YouTube video of one McDaniel restored at bit.ly/mcdanielcanoe. The late Gerrish was featured in a Bangor Daily News story this year. “Exasperated by leaky bark canoes, Gerrish, a Brownville hunting and fishing

Wood canoe enthusiasts enjoy lunch together on the AuSable River during their recent fall outing.

guide, moved to Bangor in 1875 and started a small business manufacturing fishing rods and canoe paddles,” the story recounted. “He also started experimenting with wood-canvas canoes. By 1884, he was producing 50 canoes annually.” Fifty canoes is nothing by modern manufacturing standards, but canoes today are largely the product of mass manufacturing, made of synthetic materials or aluminum. Even wood trim and cane

seats, while still available, have been replaced by modern materials. New world canoes may be sleek, slippery and tough, but Ken Kelly, says they lack the aesthetics inherent in wood canoes with their natural look and quiet, steady ride. “Aluminum, fiberglass and modern materials don’t create the same sense of appropriateness in remote and wilderness places,” said Kelly, of Grand Rapids, the president of the

national WCHA. “Wood canoes provide a connection to the people that built them. You get a real sense of authenticity that only a birch bark canoe can surpass.” Kelly was paddling his 1915 Kingsbury, built in the Charles River area near Boston, Mass. It is one in his collection of more than a dozen antique canoes. Kelly flew pennants from each end as paddled downstream sitting on a cushion against a varnished wood-fan backrest. “It usually starts as a need for information,” he said. “Who made my canoe, or what is it worth or how do you fix it? Then, it quickly evolves into friendship with others that share an interest in the history, qualities and craftsmanship of these canoes,” Kelly explained about the appeal of the 1,800-member WCHA. That camaraderie was evident at Ma Deeters, a restaurant in nearby Luzerne the night before. WCHA member’s stories floated across the tables and filtered through the tavern’s background chatter during its famous Friday night fish fry. All of that drew Bill and Janette Hart, of Frankenmuth,

to WCHA. The couple floated this day in a Baker canoe made in Michigan. It is one of two they own, along with a 1905 Morris they both are excited to restore. B.N. Morris was another of the Maine-based wood canvas canoe pioneers. He built canoes from the 1880s until 1920, when a fire destroyed his factory. His wooden canoes are considered among the finest built. “We have seven canoes, but this is the one we paddle all the time,” said Bill Hart, at the take-out point after a delightful four-hour float. “The history is important to us.” Janette Hart, who doesn’t shy away from the hands-on restoration work, agreed. “They are beautiful and I enjoy saving history,” she said. “Saving the Morris will really be exciting.” For more information about antique and classic wood or bark canoes, check out wcha. org. Email Howard Meyerson at howardmeyerson@gmail.com or follow him on his blog, The Outdoor Journal, at howardmeyerson.com.

Study shows most global fisheries declining, need management BY JULIET EILPERIN THE WASHINGTON POST

The vast majority of the world’s fisheries are declining but could recover if properly managed, according to a paper published last month in the journal Science. The statistical analysis marks the first time researchers have assessed the globe’s approximately 10,000 fishing areas, more than 80 percent of which are unregulated. The group of five American scientists who wrote the paper found that small, unmanaged fisheries were in much worse shape than regulated ones.

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Large, unmanaged fisheries, on the other hand, performed roughly as well as their regulated counterparts. Christopher Costello, the lead author and an economist with the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at the University of California at Santa Barbara, said “one of the bright spots” for the small fisheries “is even though they’re in bad shape and in decline, they’re not yet collapsed.” “If we turn things around now, we can recover them in a matter of years, not decades, and that has big implications for conservation and food

security,” Costello said. About 20 percent of the world’s fisheries are monitored regularly and regulated; the vast majority around the world operate without any oversight. According to the new study, 64 percent of these unassessed fishing areas “could provide increased sustainable harvest” if they came under scientific management. That, it said, could boost global fish abundance by 56 percent. “When fish populations are healthy, they produce more young,” said co-author Steven Gaines, dean at the Bren School. “It may seem paradoxical, but we can get more fish on

our plates by leaving more in the water.” To determine how unassessed fisheries are faring, the team combined a statistical model based on the catch history of individual species along with information on how fast a species reproduces. Boris Worm, a marine biologist at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, called the analysis a “landmark study that allows us to assess the global state of fisheries in a much deeper way.” Worm noted the trajectories of managed and unassessed fisheries began to diverge in 1995, when richer countries began to

tackle overfishing within their maritime borders. “The picture that emerges for the world’s fisheries is quite mixed: Many large fisheries that have scientists working on them are in reasonable shape. Many of the smaller fisheries that have so far been ‘under the radar’ are doing poorly,” he said. He added that although this presents a problem for developing countries, “fortunately, these problems are quite solvable, as recent, innovative community-based projects have shown in places like Kenya, Chile or Indonesia.” University of Washington

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JANITORIAL HELP NEEDED part time and full time for evenings in the Kalamazoo area. Background check and drug screen required. No ELECTRICIANS - Must have a felonies. Taking applications min. 1 year commercial exp, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monbasic trade hand/power tools day October 15 at 2236 Miller Road, Kalamazoo. Call 616-633-5180.

E S T I M A T O R - One of the areas leading CM/GC firms is seeking an organized and dedicated estimator. Must have a construction related degree with a min. five years experience in estimating and business development. Interested and qualified persons should send their resume and compensation requirements to Human Resources, P.O. Box 231, Oshtemo, MI 49077. EOE/Drug Free Employer FLEXOGRAPHIC PRESS OPERATOR The ideal candidate will have 5 years experience running multi-colored, pressure sensitive labels on narrow web presses. His/her work record will show the ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision and with a sharp eye for strict quality standards. Experience will include water-based inks on a variety of substrates. • This opening is on the 3rd shift. We offer a competitive wage, performance reviews and a complete benefit package. For more information about us, check our website: www.artexlabel.com Qualified candidates may send their resumes to the following: Email: mlupton@artexlabel.com Mail: Artex Label & Graphics PO Box 331 740 Case Karsten Drive Zeeland, MI 49464

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Ox Paperboard in Constantine, MI. is looking for a team player for the role of customer service representative. Responsibilities include but are not limited to processing orders received by mail, telephone, fax, e-mail or personally from customers or company employees, responding to customer inquiries, and providing sales team with updates on status of orders. Candidates must have a minimum of 3 years of experience as a customer service representative in a manufacturing / industrial environment. Ideal candidate will have previous experience as a customer service representative in pulp and paper manufacturing. Chosen candidate will be subject to pre-employment physical, drug screen and background check. Please forward cover letter and resume with salary history to: sheilalipsey@ oxpaperboard.com. Ox Paperboard is an equal opportunity employer.

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT OFFICERS - The Kalamazoo Community Foundation is seeking collaborative leaders to create and maintain strong community relations and develop, implement, manage and evaluate non-profit grantmaking. See our website www.kalfound.org for a full position description and application. Masters Degree or equivalent and at least two years of relevant non-profit, philanthropy or grant writing experience is required. We offer a competitive benefits package, team-oriented atmosphere, and a diverse work environment with challenging opportunities. We are an equal opportunity employer and are on the journey to become an anti-racist organiza- DATA MANAGER - Detailtion. oriented, organized individual with experience working on multiple projects in a timesensitive environment. Must be computer literate and be able to analyze, edit, and proofread complex reading material. Database and programming experience a plus. Send resume and salary history to: Editor, Thomson Reuters, PO Box 337, Allegan, MI 49010 or email employment@boskage.com or apply via the Thomson Reuters career site at https://toc.taleo.net/ careersection/2/ jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job= PUB00003884

Journey 5 years minimum experience in the repair/maintenance of injection Molding equipment. Must have troubleshooting experience of Hydraulics, electronics, Robotics, basic understanding of Plastic Injection Molding processes. Candidate must be versed in the basics of TPM, have general knowledge of equipment used in PM/ Maintenance of injection molding equipment. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. We are a UAW facility.

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MACHINE OPERATOR positions available on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift. Positions are temp to hire with lots of OT available with a growing company in the automotive industry. Please visit www.OnStaffUSA.com to apply online!


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• 2-year Elec. Degree or 5 yrs maintenance exp. O P T ICIA N experience prefer• Electrical & mechanical red, but will train right pertroubleshooting ability son. Fax resume to 269-329• PLC knowledge required 5879. Apply in person M-F, 8:30-4:00 Manchester Industries 26920 M-60 Mendon, MI 49072 Or - Send resume: Attn: Human Resources - Fax: (269) 496-8649 - Email: lkinder@manind.com

R E C E P T I O N I S T needed full time for small animal veterinary clinic. Must love working with the public, have an interest in pets, possess a professional demeanor, strong and efficient organizational and computer skills. Must have flexible and early evening/Saturday availability. Send resume to kzoovetclinic@gmail.com. No calls please.

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Experienced substance abuse counselor wanted for an accredited outpatient program in Kalamazoo. This full or part time position is non-benefits eligible at a competitive hourly rate. Professional license and/or substance abuse credential required. Must be comfortable working with a diverse population and able to pass a background check. E-mail resume to Director, thomas.blackmon@wmich. edu WMU is an AA/EO Employer

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Wanted: Distribution CenterFork Lift Ideal Candidates: • Extensive experience in operating a forklift,including slip sheet forklifts and roll clamp forklifts • Three years minimum experience. Opportunities Include: • Pay Rate starts at $12/per hour • Trial hire position • 2nd and 3rd shiftsavailable expect 12 hr shifts and some weekend availability. Please send resumes immediately to: tpetrick@wsitalent.com

Window, Siding, Roofing Installers We Offer Top Pay Consistent Year Round Work Must have Truck, & Equipment & Trailer We will help you obtain your Insurance and LLC Joey at (269) 870-8173. HANSONS WINDOWS & SIDING

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HEALTH CARE Certified Coder Business Operations — Salary range: $29,034 $37,713, annually. Application deadline: 5:00 p.m., October 19, 2012. General statement of duties: under the direction of the Billing/Claims Supervisor, performs a variety of tasks in centralizing and monitoring the appropriateness of procedure and diagnosis coding for each Genesee County Community Mental Health client encounter; must ensure the claims for clients are an accurate representation of services rendered; must also audit to ensure all federal and state guidelines are followed by both the internal and external provider; performs related work as required. For additional details on job duties and requirements, please call our job line at (810) 257-3797 or log on to www.gencmh.org.

D E N T A L - Busy Dental Office seeks front office/ receptionist. Previous experience would be helpful. Willingness to learn with great attitude is a must. Fax resume to: 269327- 0406


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High School graduate or equivalent; must be CNA certified and have at least one year previous experience providing personal care. Send cover letter and resume to:

Facilities Management. Chief HR Officer Coordinates purchase, proHospice Care of duction and distribution of Southwest Michigan utilities including chilled 222 N. Kalamazoo Mall water, electric and steam; Suite 100 develops and implements Kalamazoo, MI 49007 conservation programs; in- www.hospiceswmi.org terfaces with governmenEOE tal regulators and oversees compliance; responsible for preventative maintenance in area. Req: Bachelor’s degree; 6 NP OR PA Small non-profit yrs exp.; see seeking NP or PA for Free www.jobs.cmich.edu for Clinic. Clinic provides basic complete list of require- healthcare services to lowments. Screening begins income, uninsured individuals in Calhoun County. Position immediately. Applicants renders patient care under must apply on-line at the supervision of Co-Medical w w w . j o b s . c m i c h . e d u . Directors and program manCMU, an AA/EO institu- ager. Visit Mlive for complete tion, strongly & actively job description. WEB ID strives to increase diversi- 0004497128 ty within its community (www.cmich.edu/aaeo/).

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PT/OT- PHYSICAL THERA PISTS AND OCCUPATION SALESPERSON AL THERAPISTS needed for Full Time part-time work for local home Opportunity Available: care agency. Call 269-7315775 ext. 137 to schedule an appointment. We are a growing agricul-

Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan has two Full-Time positions available with an opportunity to work as a member of an RESIDENT ASSISTANTS of Portage is interdisciplinary team pro- Brookdale viding personal care serv- seeking hardworking, dedicated, flexible Resident Assisices to hospice clients in tants. Position offers on the their place of residence. job training with educational • Kalamazoo - 40 hours/week, Tue-Sat. • Cass/Van Buren division (Paw Paw) - 40 hours/week, Tue-Sat.

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tural company that needs a self-motivated salesperson. The desired candidate should be a selfstarter with excellent customer service skills and a positive attitude. Experience in sales and agriculture is desired, but not rereimbursement opportunities. quired, along with a willMust have minimum high ingness to learn. Be ready school diploma or GED. Inter- to hit the ground running.

viewing Wednesday’s: 11 am - 1 pm. 3100 Old Centre Ave, Portage 49024.

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Certified Nurse Aide PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT Wonderful opp for PA within Medical Assistant the Hand & Elbow department of a stable, multiALES specialty physicians group. Medical/clinical office exp. 517-318-3330 preferred. Sign-on bonus FITNESS - STRENGTH offered. F/T w/benefits. Drug BEYOND FITNESS C E N cqlc.edu screen & background check TERS of Kalamazoo, Paw req’d. Send resume: Visit Paw and Dowagiac are lookwww.hcmw.org to apply. Classes start October 31! ing for highly motivated, positive, friendly and helpful people for positions in Membership Sales, Appt. PT. ACCESS REP LEAD - ExSetting and Personal Trainciting new opp for a Pt. Acing. Hourly plus commiscess Rep Lead in the Ortho sion, Full/part time. Please Service Line of a stable and call 231-245-4281. VETERINARY growing multi-specialty physicians office. Med office ASSISTANT exp., strong computer skills, SALES REPRESENTATIVES TRAINING scheduling & referral exp. Teddy’s Transport in Holland, Complete in 9 req’d. F/T with benefits. MI is hiring an outside sales months or less. Drug screen & background rep. Full Time. Please submit ROSS MEDICAL check req’d. Visit resume and salary req. to: EDUCATION Helen@teddystransport.com www.hcmw.org to apply. 6235 S. Westnedge

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Registered Nurses Open Interviews... We will be conducting open interviews, Monday, October 15, 2012 from 1pm - 4pm at Borgess Visiting Nurse & Hospice, 348 North Burdick, Kalamazoo, MI 49007. (Brick Building w/blue awnings). Please bring your resume.

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Come join a dynamic team and enjoy the benefits of autonomous practice. Excellent benefits for full and part-time positions. We service 8 counties in Southwest Michigan. We offer in-house continuing education opportunities and mileage reimbursement. For description of open jobs visit us at www.careers.borgess.com and click on Borgess Visiting Nurse & Hospice. If you are unable to attend open interviews, go to our website to complete an application! EOE

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scape maintenance. Proposal forms are available from and returnable to the Portage Purchasing Department, 7900 S. Westnedge Ave., Portage, MI 49002. Bid packages are also available at www.portagemi.gov.

MERCHANDISE ANTIQUES, ART & COLLECTIBLES ANTIQUE SHOW - Saturday Oct. 27th 9am-5pm & Sunday Oct. 28th 10am3pm. A great selection of quality antiques! Located 20 min. south of Grand Rapids at Barry Expo Center (Fairgrounds) on M-37. For more information call 616-292-5797. $4 Admission. Free parking!

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CANE CORSO MASTIFFS ICCF reg., available Nov. 15th. YORKIE PUPPY Male Championship bloodlines, Yorkie Puppy, AKC, 1st guaranteed health, 1st shots, shots, 8 weeks old, $500. tails & dew claws removed. (269)223-7639. $1,500 Call 616-299-9261

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FIREWOOD - Oak and Cherry, ENGLISH MASTIFF PUPS very dry, burns well, $50/per AKC, Aristocratic Guardians, 1/3rd cord. You pick up. Port- raised in house, under foot, riversidemastiffs.com Call age (269) 329-0444 At its October 9, 2012 616-893-9144 or 616-328meeting, the Kalamazoo 4512

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Engagement Specialist I Full Time - Candidate must be licensed by the CAVALIER KING CHARLES P U P P I E S - AKC, tri-color, Michigan Department of DOB 8/5, ready 10/10 to go Commerce or Professional their forever home. Vet Regulation as a Licensed checked, 1st shots, $950 586Master’s Social Worker or 354-5728 or 5reubers@att.net PhD. Candidate must possess a Master’s degree CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES - 2 from an accredited instituESTATE SALE - 1346 Pine- males, 1 is tan, 1 is black & tion in an appropriate hurst Blvd. Oct. 18-19 9-4pm. white symmetrical, purebred, UBLIC OTICES mental health discipline Lots of furniture, lamps, very affectionate, great and have a valid Michigan dressers, beds, tables, china, apartment dwellers, $275; Department of Commerce cookware, projection TV & (269) 830-6131 btwn 3-8pm license. Candidate must Eliason Nature Reserve many knick knacks. DON’T have prior experience, inMISS THIS SALE. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES Master Plan cluding field experience Public Meeting Notice AKC, 1 long hair, & 2 short providing treatment servhair females. $400-$500 each. ices to adults, children or The City of Portage will Please Call 269-720-9722 adolescents. hold a meeting for public review and comment on ESTATE SALE - 505 Hamilton CHOCOLATE LAB PUPS Applications/Resumes on- the proposed Eliason Na- (Off Espanola), Parchment. AKC, males. Shots, vet ly accepted via website at ture Reserve Master De- Fri. 10/19 9a-5p & Sat. 10/20 checked, ready to go. 1 tall, Very Clean Vintage very dark; 1 fully house www.riverwoodcenter.org. velopment Plan. The 9a-1p. Sale. Furs, antiques photos broken. Call (269) 655-4458 meeting will be held Octo- incl. Zeeland and Holland, EOE/M/F/V/D ber 24, 2012 in Portage Upjohn, china, glassware, an- COCKAPOO PUPPIES City Hall, 7900 South tique wooden skates, early Shots & wormed, dew claws Westnedge Avenue, Con- Cuba items, Vernon Kilns removed, family raised, ference Room #1, from 7-9 Mayflower china, lamps, females $350, males $325. p.m. City staff and con- linens, small tables, prints, Call 574-825-3312 sultants will be on hand to paintings, wall decor, address the plan design. cookbooks, shells and Petoski DACHSHUND PUPPIES- AKC The Eliason Nature Re- stones, Christmas, jewelry, minnies, 8 weeks, black & serve is located at 9501 lawn and garden, patio furni- tan, vet checked, vaccinated, ture, Lawnboy mower, $300; Call (269) 427-7350 Shaver Road in Portage.

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LHASA APSO PUPPIES 5 puppies, registered, nonshedding, non allergenic, shots, wormed, 8 weeks old. Call 616-834-4137.

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County Road Commission received a petition for the abandonment of all of Wild Drive, from Idlewild Drive to the easterly end of Wild Drive, a distance of 484 feet, in the plat of Idlewild and the Addition of Idlewild located in Ross Township. This section of Wild Drive is currently certified as a public road. Section 18, of the Michigan County Road Law, MCL 224.18; MSA 9.118, as amended, provides the absolute abandonment and discontinuance of any highway or part of highway under the jurisdiction of a county road commission. The Kalamazoo County Road Commission Staff reviewed the petition and found it to be valid according to Michigan Common Law 224.18. A public meeting will be held at The Kalamazoo County Road Commission office at 3801 East Kilgore Road on November 20, 2012 at 3:40 P.M. This meeting is for all concerned to voice opinions. If you have any questions please feel free to call Eric Augst, Engineering Technician at 269381-3171. Kalamazoo County Road Commission

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ANTIQUE - Oak B O O K S - 1937 Jamboree Boy DESKS, Scout. 12 issues bound. $60. $259. Whirpool washer, $275. ARGAIN ORNER Bumper, the White Rabbit, Gas dryer, $250. Freezer $299. Refrigerator $10. Variety Pack, Cookbook, chest Pinckney Hamburg Girl Scout, $275. Call (616) 990-7304 AREA RUGS - (2) 8x6, hunter $12. Cooper Street Cusine, green, $30 for both. Computer Correctional Facility, $20. Call D E S K - Solid cherry, formal desk, white wood, with hutch (517) 788-2620 front plus matching chair, on top, $35. Please Call 269$175. Call (269) 324-2178 267-5432 for details. BOOK SHELF - 5 tier, solid white wood, leans against BASKETBALL HOOP - porta- wall, excellent condition, D E S K - Solid oak, $75. Old stamp collection, $100. World ble, free standing $95; (2) $50; Call (269) 532-5280 War I binoculars, $90. AmeriGriffins playoff hockey pucks, $40; Yzerman Beanie Bear BOW- compound, PSE, w/ can Toolcraft disk and sand$20; Bauer hockey skates, case & accessories, $60 (231) ing machine, $140. Call (269) 655-5373 $25; Little Litton Microwave 689-0664 w/ under cabinet mount, $95; Barbie Doll, $5; 616-784-3901 BREAD MAKER - Automatic Toastmaster model 1152U. 5 DIAMOND BAND- 14 carat gold diamond band, diaBATHROOM VANITY - 48in., bread settings including delay monds add up to 1/2 carcounter top, sink, & faucet in- timer. Viewing window; inat, band can be made cluded, sand washed oak, all cludes manual w/ recipes. smaller or larger, $300; the bells & whistles! $100; Cord wrap feature on rear. DOG HOUSE- Insulated, Stainless Kitchen Light Fix- Like new, $40. Please Call for medium dog, $30; Cash ture, can hang pots & pans, (269) 353-1988 Only. Call (269) 628-6035 $50. Portage, MI. Please Call after 5pm. (269) 329-0290 CAR TRAILER - 17 ft., heavy duty, new tires, good condiBATHROOM VANITY SET - 3 tion, $550; (269) 945-3327 DIECAST CARS & TRUCKS pcs bathroom combo, white 164 & 118; $75-$200. Kirby vanity, black sink, white mir- CEMENT MIXER- 1/2 hp elec- Vacuum with all attachments ror. Installed dimensions: 25 tric motor, $150; Call (269) & shampooer; $300. Wii game wide by 19.7 deep by 36.5 tall. 344-8537 system, $150. Automotive Still in box, paid $250, asking CHAINSAW - Electric, 16 inch, Tools; $50-$300. Sharp 26in. $200. Call (269) 664-3277 3.25 peak hp, $25; Call (269) flat screen TV, plays DVDs, $300. Call 269-692-2866 B E D - antique, iron, white, 375-3352 queen w/ mattress, $299; C H A I N S A W Steihl Super DINING SET - D rexe l Dining CHEST FREEZER$299; MAPLE DRESSER- W/ mir- 034AV, 16 in. bar, 3.44 cubic set, 44 in round, with 3-12in ror, $279; Holland Area- Call in., used once, $240. Call leaves & 4-chairs; asking (269) 423-6379 $300, Call (269) 731-4057 (269) 501-9992

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BED, BUNK - Good condition, CHAIR - Old rocking chair oak D I N N E R W A R E - Pfaltzgraf medium brown color, no mat- $50; Dining table & 4 chairs Country White, antique, 4 $275; Oak dresser $100 sets of place settings A+ $60; tresses, 42 by 80; $135. Call (269)694-1276. WARING BLENDERS, Vin269-355-8320 tage, 14-speed futura series, avocado green, w/ matching BEDROOM SET - Holly Hobby CHAIR - Tony Little destress, Bedroom ensamble, full set, anti-gravity massage recliner, color cap, $20; also 7 speed original cost $430, asking white, $14; 231-744-7747 $250; Call (269) 327-6540 $150. Like new, barely used, inversion design, 12 motors, B E D S - Youth bed, crib, & 1- with soothing heat function, DOOR- Larson 36 in. Self Storyear bed, $15 each; Please with automatic shutoff. Call ing Screen Door, black, never Call (269) 344-7575 used, $160/obo; Tiffany (269) 381-6334 stained glass chandelier, 15in. B I K E - 26 inch Diamondback, CH IM N EY - Class A, for wood diameter at bottom, orange Mountain Bike, Good shape stove, 8 in. outlet; paid $600, green & blue fruit design, $150; Call (810) 513-5950 $225/obo. Call (616) 846-3015 asking $299. (269) 552-4006 BIKE - Huffy, 24 in., Mountain, CHINA CABINET - Cherry/ FABRIC - large box of mostly as new; $30. Toro Tractor, forest green, $250. Oak cor- knit fabrics, large pieces $10. Vintage, 8HP, 25 in, Runs ok, ner shelf, $70. Oak (2) smaller boxes of various needs maintenance; $95. Call table, 100 years old, $100. fabrics, $5 each. All very (269) 345-2484 1950s table, with legs cut clean. (269) 349-4817 down into coffee table, $100. BISTRO SET - White wicker, Call (616) 260-6604 FARM RAKE - old side delivgreen & white striped cush- Muskegon Area ery, good for lawn ornament, ions, never used, Lloyd Flanders 30in glass top table, C O A T S - 3 Leathers, 2 furs, 2 $250. Tires (2) Falcon brand, $249 w/ 2 matching dining mens, 3 womens, $20-$50 225-60-16, used less than 500 miles, $100 for both. Please chairs, $295 each; C h e v a l each. Call (269) 345-3289 Call 616-669-0128 after 5pm. M ir r o r -floor oak, ex. condition, $149. (269) 353-7185 COMIC BOOKS - Harvey, Golden Key, Dell, Hanna Bar- FREEZER- 22.3 cubic ft., chest BOAT - 12 foot aluminum with bara, Pines, Hallden Fawcett, style, Sears, 60 inch by 28 oars, $250 Firm. Please Call Total of 25, $70 for all. Call inch by 36 inch, $80; Call (269) 457-0060 (269) 716-8146 (616) 844-0574. BOAT- 14 ft. aluminum V bot- COUCH - Tan, $225. Coffee ta- F U R N A C E - Fuel oil furnace tom boat, 9.5 hp motor, trail- ble, end table, $45 for pair. tank included, $100, Call Computer desk, $25. (269) 207-1226 er, $650; Call (269) 353-3907

FURNACE, GAS - Bryant, HOSPITAL BED - Cost $1300, hanging Gas Furnace, 120K sell for $100. Exercise maBTU, good condition; $100. chine, for arms or legs; $65. Urinal (never used) - Ameri- Walker, $20. (269) 657-4823 can Standard w/ Sloan valve; $80. Entertainment Center, HUNTING RIFLE Japanese black, $50 OBO. Call (269) 6.5 mm sporterized peep 532-1835 sight, shells & case, $175. (2) Bows, ready to hunt, with arF U R N I T U R E - 7 ft. French rows, quiver, and broad Couch w/ pillows, 2 French heads, Martin Cougar, $75 wing Back chairs, 2 red and Dartin 60MX, $50. Please lamps, 1 large area rug and 1 Call 616-299-0532 small. Asking $1200 OBO. 6 ft. by 35 in. glass stand w/ 4 ICE CREAM CHAIRS - Heart glass shelves, $60. Computer shaped, approx. 25, $35 each. desk w/ matching chair, $200. Call 616-569-7500 End Tables, 2, Round, Oak; $25/ea. OBO Everything like JACKET - Men’s XL, denim new! Call (231) 937-7629 body, suede arms, Arizona Jean Co. embroidered on the GENERATOR- Bought for pos- back, front pockets, knit sible power outage in 2000, waste band and cuffs, warm never used, 7,500 watts, bat- jacket, $30. Call 269-279-5329 tery starter, Craftsman, power enough for appliances, fur- JEWELRY DISPLAYS - (2) 5 nace and almost all your ft., spin around, 1 on wheels. needs! $850 OBO; Please Call $25/ea. Clothes racks, 6 ways, on wheels. $35. Curio (231) 557-3832 Cabinet, lighted. $50. Peg GOLF CLUBS - (2) sets $20 & board, 5ft. w/ metal trim; $50. Push mower, $55 FIRM. $10. Call (231) 245-9942 Microwave, (2) $20 & $45. Newaygo Area. Aquarium stand, $25. Aquarium, 20 gallon with lid, $20. KITCHEN TABLE - 2 leaves, Suzuki 95 Quad, $300. Purse, $50. Oak desk, needs work, leather, Coach, $50. Call 269- $50. Extra table, $10. Harley leather jacket, small, $25. Call 345-1396. 9-6pm. (269) 539-7041 Ask for Becky GUITAR AMP- Peavy 400 watt w/ 4-12 cab, $225; Floor LEAF BAGGER - Double Rear Speakers (4)- RCA Stereo 3 Leaf Bagger for Simplicity way, $125 a pair or $225 for Regal Lawn Tractor, $50. Call all; Outdoor Speakers (2)- (269) 345-8945 Very large, 15 inch, reflex cab, $150 for pair; Galesburg LOVESEAT-$20; Single Bed-w/ brass headboard, $50; Sewing area. Call 269-665-4228 Machine-electric, $75; ChanGUITAR - Epiphone, acoustic 6 delier $20; call (269) 312-1094 string model TR7355, Dread- leave message, naught, good condition, w/ hard case & extras, $200. Call LOVESEAT - Beige with a floral design, good condition, 269-447-7110 (Kalamazoo) $45; Carpet reminent, G U ITA R S - (2) $250 for both. stainmaster, 8x11, light with $30. Please VACUUM/SWEEPERS- (2) for brown specs. $10 each. BOOTH- Old booth Call (269) 382-0028 with table. $25. 269-685-9319 MASK - Holloween mask, GUN- Browning A-bolt, 7mm made in Hollywood. Latex mask very mag, nice walnut stock, 2.5- Frankenstien 10 x 50 wide-angle scope, realistick. Paid $100, sell $30 scope is really bright & clear, win contests. Please Call strap and extra clip, excellent (269)370-3052. condition, looks new, $700 firm, (231) 823-2683 MORLEY MEDICAL EQUIPMENT- Centrifuge, 30 minute timer, AREA holds up to 6 tubes. $100. DESK- Ashley, secretary, still GUN - For Sale: Remington 12ga. 1100 Classic Trap shot- in box, cherry, Paid. $350 Will gun. 30 brl, LNIB. $700.00 sacrifice for $200 obo. Please Questions/Info please call Call 517-7694093. from 9am until 7pm. MODEL CAR KIT - Antiques/ (269)903-9895. Aurora etc, $25 ea, RECORDS-45’s $1, VHS G U N - Remington 11-87 SP TAPES- 2 bins, 75 in each bin, Slug Gun. 12 guage, 2 chokes; $50 each. 269-366-4394 one smooht, one rifled. Fired only 3 times, still in the box M O T O R - Outboard motor, w/ a Walnut stock. $595 Johnson 6hp, 1980’s, rebuilt, OBO/Make Offer. Call 616- includes 2 auxiliary gas tanks 437-7769 with new hose, stand included, $450. Call (269) 624-1620 G U N - Semi auto, Browning Buckmark, .22 calibur. $300. MOVIES & DVDS - (25) Call 269-290-5839. $50 Please call for titles. 269-270-9617. G U N S - Ruger .22 - Gov’t target model. $350. High Stand- OAK HALLTREE - $295; Large ard .22 Target Model; $700. La-Z-Boy leather chair, origiMust have permit. Savage 12 nally $795, rarely used, $295; Guage, Semi Auto, $150. Ste- Antique Piano Stool, round vens .22/410 like new, $500. w/ claw feet, $295. Call (269) Thompson Center Hawkins 54 569-8580 cal. Like new, $175. Call (616) 897-2026 OIL SPACER HEATER 72,000 BTU, made by Sears, GUN - Winchester single shot just taken out of cabin, works shotgun 410, model 37A, full great. $100 OBO. Please Call choke, box and a half of am- 269-623-3534 munition, $160. Call (269) 760-5536 ORGAN - Baldwin Organ, $90 Wooden Cabinet, Double HALLOWEEN COSTUME - Keyboard Electric Organ. In Lady’s gangster costume, 3- good working condition, inpiece set, size small-large. cludes bench. (269)273-1791. $15 Call 269-348-3343 P A N S - Paula Dean gourmet, HEATERS - Coleman, Catylitic whole set, never opened, Heater, 3000-5000 BTU; $25. original, stainless steel. $500; Propane, unvented heater w/ Asking $300. (616) 538-5585. tank, 6000-18000 BTU; $60. (4) Sports chairs, $10/each. POSTCARDS - Old, .50 cents Shop Vac - Wet/Dry, 5 Gal.; $5; Stetson Hat, like new, $20. Ladder, fiberglass, 30 ft.; $20; Dirt Devil shop vac, $10; $200. Call (269) 343-6567 TV, Magnavox, 19in. $15; Vicks Vaporizers, $5; ChristH E A T E R S - Kerosene, (2) w/ mas decorations- mouse on a manual, clean as new, $55 & broom & nutcracker, $5. Call $75; 616-291-1197 269-324-4349. Call after 5pm.

PRINTERS - Dell 5110 NC Laser printer, 3 to choose from, $40 each, make deal for all 3; Dell M 5200, Home laser printer, $50. Please Call Bob (269) 370-8252

TIRES-MICHELIN ENER GY SAVER A/S P225 50 R 17"- Great shape, only 15,000 miles, all four tires for $400. (269)273-1791.

PURSE- Fendi Designer Purse, TIRES - Michelin X-ice snow small coach, brown with tires, size 215/65R16, only Fendi initials on it, $45; 3000 miles, paid $500, sell for HOME SECURITY- Radio $300. Go in the snow! Call (269) 629-9229 Shack, wireless, $40; BOOTS (2)- ladies, 3 inch heels, black, (1) size 9 (1) size 10, TRAIN SET - Complete Thomas the Train set, Train, $35 each. Call (231) 683-7317 track and Train table, $85. RADIO - GE SpaceSaver, under Spalding croquet set, $20; cabinet, AM/FM Clock Radio; Child’s art easel, $10; Please $25. Fireplace Tools, $25. Call (269) 375-6982 Twister yarn winder, $25. Singer buttonholer, $25. Sun- TREE STAND - Big game, tribeam hand mixer, $5. Drive- pod stand, still in box, Apex way markers, 6 for $5. Call CR9000, 13ft. tall with rotating seat, also have 4ft. exten(269) 381-3855 sion, still in box. For sale as RECLINER - Very nice wall set only. $225 269-762-0560 hugging recliner, asking $75. TV - 15 in. color, $35. VCR with Call (231) 215-3606 10 movies, $30. (2) 27 in. biREFRIGERATOR-GE, frost-free, cycle wheels, $30 for the pair. side-by-side, 19.6 cu ft, CD boombox, $10. 26 in. bicyicemaker, ice in-door, almond cle, $50. Call (269) 366-5811 color, great shape, $75; (269) TV - 19 inch, $10; TV is in good 377-7501 condition. Please Call 269ROAD BIKE - F uji, l a r g e 353-9187 frame, like new $300 firm; Ashley brown, suede rocker TV’s (2) - Orion, 13 inches, recliner, used very little, paid $15. Sylvania, 27 inches, $50. over $500. Ashley writing OBO for both TV’s. Please desk and office chair, paid Call 269-372-2076 $475, $200 FIRM. Like new. VINTAGE BARS OF SOAP , Call 269.680.1109 10 total. Vintage Bottles and S A X O P H O N E - Selmer Bundy Tins of Linaments and Salves, II, w/ case, good condition, 6 total. All for $40 Cash. Call 269-569-1639 $300; Call (269) 655-2041

PHONOGRAPH RECORDS W A N T E D ! Serious Kalamazoo collector paying top dollar for 33, 45 and 78 RPM records. Immediate response. Please Call 269-998-7247 VEHICLES AND EQUIP MENT W A N T E D - Absolutely top dollar paid. Insured, bonded, licensed. Enjoy complete confidence when selling to us. Three Rivers, toll free 800-900-8630.

WANTED GUN RELOADING EQ UIP M EN T - Bullets, dies, presses, ammo, old guns, parts, gunsmithing. Cash paid up to $5,000. 517-623-0416 WAR RELICS WANTED -US, Nazi, Japan, WWI to Vietnam, guns too. 269-343-7274

WANTED, BARGAIN GIBSON GUITAR - Willing to pay $750. Please Call (615) 884-5417 PISTOL/ OLD RADOMWANTED! Old Radom VIS 35 Polish 9mm PISTOL or PARTS, Will come to you & pay up to $600 CASH conditionally. Call 586-226-2787.

S IG N - 8 ft., outdoor, lighted, WALKER FOR DISABLED $400 or best offer. Call 616- Brake handles hand grips, 560-7500 height adjustable knob, basket, folding mechanism, burSKID - Solid wood (not slats), gundy, large wheels, never more stable, asking $5. Locat- used, documentations & wared in Kalamazoo. Please Call ranty’s, $200. 269-381-8788 (269) 353-8247 WASHER - GE, $100; Gas DryS N O W B L O W E R - $ 2 0 0 ; er, $75; 5-dining room chairs, (metal frames-soft Woodchipper $125, Lawn $50 Chairs $5 ea, Halloween out- seats) Must sell! Please Call (269) 323-3487 fits, $1-2 ea, (269) 349-0617

SNOW BLOWER - electric, WATER BED - king size, heat24in. used only for one sea- ed bladder, headboard with son, owner’s manual included, mirror and shelves, 8 drawer pedestal with shelves. $300 $50. Call 269-327-9057 Please call 231-736-2857 SNOW BLOWER - MTD, 20" pull start steel auger used WEIDER, PRO - 9640 Home very little, good condition Gym system work-out machine, upper & lower body; $100 Call (269) 657-4934. $150/Make Offer. Call (269) SOFA - Flexsteel, traditional 657-5466 style, cream colored, w/ matching big chair and otto- W INDOW - Low-E glass, vinyl, man, excellent condition, double hung, never used. 36in by 56.5in; asking $150; PEG $500; Call (269) 532-5280 B O A R D S , 62 x 29; $3 ea; SPEAKERS - (2) Indoor/ out- ROCKER RECLINER-colonial, door, Jamo-us, white, still in blue, excellent shape, $50; box, $160; Cream Seperator, Please call (269) 349-7902 $100; Shrink-Wrap, 20 in $100 wide, 2500 ft long, $70; Call WOODSTOVE Forrester Woodstove air(616) 895-7995 tight with blower. $50 table S T A N D - Fish Tank Stand & 4 chairs light color wood. Wrought Iron, $20. Ham ster $5 each 4 bar stools light colc a g e s (2) w/ much misc., or wood. Call 269-624-1416 $25; Headboard, Twin, black electronic picture available metal, $20. All in good shape, upon request. (269)624-1416. Call (269) 665-4772

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S T E IN - 2001 Budweiser HoliOONLIGHT ARGAINS day Stein, heavy lid, signed. P L A T E - 2000 Budweiser, Holiday at the Capital, signed by artist; $40 for both. Both with box; P I C T U R E - 1992, AUTOM OBILES - AWD, 2WD, Detroit Tigers, with Sparky 4WD vehicles, best price paid for all junk, wrecked or disaAnderson. $60. 269-324-9425. bled autos, Beat most offers. STORM DOOR - 36 in. white, $200-$1000 (616) 272-2019 with interchangable full screen, A-1 condition, $40; Large Panasonic microwave oven, $40. (269) 278-9698 STOVE- 24" Magic Chef, elec- AUTOS - All Autos Wanted tric, white, good condition. Always cash, hauled free. Min $85. STOVE HOOD- 30", light $350-$1000 616-308-6629 almond color, with light, good condition. $18. Please Call BUYING CARS/CATALYTIC (269) 323-8613. Converters, cars from $100$1,000, running or not. S T O V E - Whirlpool electric Catayltic converters from self-cleaning, almond, $150. $25-$200 Call 616.916.2387 Call Fred (269) 352-1375 MILITARY UNIFORMS wantTIRES (4)- R-17-225-65, like ed - WWII, WWI, Civil War, new (came off a Toyota High- mens and womens, will also lander) $215; (231) 924-6042 buy military equipment. Paying up to $500. 616-916-8271 (Freemont)

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OLD POCKET WATCHES Wind up wrist watches, old wall clocks and mantel clocks, working or not, up to $500. Call George at (616) 916-8271

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Design Oct 14 2012-sections H, I and J  

Design Oct 14 2012-sections H, I and J