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ENTERTAINMENT SECTION Sunday, October 14, 2012

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Spoiler alert

6 ways to avoid ruining movies for others — and yourself that aren’t in the trailer. But that can be tricky, too, which leads me to my next point.

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Avo i d wa tc h i n g trailers. This can be hard. I recently hightailed it out of the theater when the “Django Unchained” preview came on, in an attempt to maintain my (now famous, at least in my own mind) “Django” Trailer Ban. (Purity of Experience, my friends. Purity of Experience.) The trailer for “Ted” gave away some good comedy, and in my book, spoiling jokes is just as upsetting as revealing plot developments. Trailers are pretty good at doing both. I’m convinced that the people who edit them are jaded, cynical sadists who laugh every time we complain about their products, yet still, like schmucks, pony up the cash to see the movie they’re marketing.

ON FILM

ou can’t see a movie for the first time again.

I know. That sounds like an obvious logical truth in this reality, amnesiacs possibly excepted. Yet we live in a spoiler society, where our newly cultivated “need” for constant technological connectedness has opened us to the input of instantaneous information and the possibility that we’ll accidentally learn that Edward Norton and Brad Pitt are two sides of the same person, that Darth Vader is Luke’s father, that Rosebud is his sled, that Norman’s mother has actually been dead for a long long time, thus torpedoing our enjoyment of a great story well told. Whoops. Perhaps I should have presaged that last sentence with these two simple words: SPOILER ALERT! (All caps and exclamatory punctuation necessary.) I should have been more sensitive to the pop-culturally deprived and the recently born and those just emerging from 50year comas. (Or should I? More on that in a minute.) It’s all about the concept that I call Purity of Experience. It’s a rarity when we’re plugged in to Facebook and Twitter and other digital forums that we check with nigh-inexplicable compulsiveness. I’ve touched on this before, when I beefed for a few hundred words about movie trailers and how they suck for giving away too much and all that. But the spoiler phenomenon is a broader issue, crosses over to TV and film and books and other storytelling means whose effectiveness sometimes can be shattered by one cretin typing 140 characters into his smartphone. Yes, it’s a dangerous world out there. That’s why I’ve compiled these six pieces of advice to avoid being spoiled — and being the spoiler:

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Avoid reading reviews until AFTER you’ve seen the movie. This might seem contradictory, because the notion that critics are here to tell you whether you should spend eight bucks on the latest noisy Hollywood extravaganza is common, but not completely valid. The best film criticism should discuss whether a film is art or not. I don’t read any reviews until after I’ve seen a film, because

I find criticism rewarding by the discussions it prompts, not necessarily the recommendation it makes. Still, conscientious film critics do their darnedest to

discuss the merits of the work while holding back on the specifics of third-act revelations, lest we be tarred and feathered. My very rough rule of thumb? Don’t discuss any plot points

Keep in mind the statute of limitations. Which brings up a key question: What exactly IS the statute of limitations for spoilers? That’s why I’m here performing this (cough choke) public service: I hereby declare the statute of limitation for movie spoilers to be six months. The three-year statute I’ve heard some people suggest seems ridiculous. We have the attention spans of hamsters on crystal meth. I can barely remember what I was doing three HOURS ago, so three years seems like a lifetime (of a non-drugaddicted hamster, at least). But posting “HOLY CRAP I CAN’T BELIEVE BATMAN DIED” (Note: Batman didn’t die) on Facebook the Monday after opening weekend is way too soon. Six months usually takes the theatrical run and some DVD/on-demand release time into account, so that seems safe.

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Wean yourself off social media. When I DVR the Detroit Lions game to watch later, I avoid Twitter

like the plague. I experience the shakes and cold sweats and other withdrawal symptoms, but I somehow manage to persevere, sometimes even without hallucinations of babies crawling on the ceiling. The more you separate yourself from the online time-suck of social media, the less likely you are to A) read some idiot’s spoiler-filled post and B) be the idiot posting the spoiler-filled post. I’m not saying you should never Facebook again — everything in moderation.

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Choose your words carefully. Whether you’re Tweeting, Facebooking or just chatting with a friend, be mindful of your audience. (This is what we critics try our best to do when writing reviews.) Bellowing “HOLY CRAP, I CAN’T BELIEVE BATMAN DIED” (Note: Batman didn’t die) at 95 decibels while exiting the theater might not be wise. Hinting around (“Be sure you watch how other people react to Bruce Willis!” is something a jerk says to someone who hasn’t seen “The Sixth Sense”) or even using the words “plot twist” can taint others’ experience. If you must yak, open a private Facebook discussion or visit The A.V. Club’s Spoiler Space forum, which allows for no-holds-barred discussion — such things render the statute moot.

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Remember that studies have shown that sometimes, knowing what happens ahead of time can enhance your enjoyment. Yep. Researchers have come to the conclusion that spoiled plots make for a more enjoyable experience than the unspoiled — a point that those misanthropic movie-trailer creators will trot out every time we moan about their stupid, annoying work. Now, to clarify, I’m all for science. Hooray for logic and reason and the scientific method and all that. Yet Purity of Experience is absolutely something worth fighting for, regardless of this study. You can see a movie AGAIN again, but you can never see a movie for the first time, the second time, if you know what I mean. Email jserba@mlive.com.

Flint native finds success in music industry BY WILLIAM KETCHUM III WKETCHUM@MLIVE.COM

FLINT — What rapper Rick Ross wants, Rick Ross gets. Just ask Dallas Martin. Martin, 28, has gone from music fan at Flint Central High School to vice president of A&R at Warner Bros. music in Los Angeles. The big jump was helped in no small part by what Martin said was the multi-platinumselling Ross demanding that Warner promote Martin if Ross signed his Maybach Music Group company with the label during a bidding war last year.

The clincher

“Ross sees me and gives me the biggest hug,” Martin remembers of the first meeting to work on details for the Warner and Maybach deal. He and fellow Warner Bros. exec Joie Manda traveled to a Ross concert in Toronto. “If I do this deal here, I want Dallas to run it, and to A&R all my acts.” Their relationship dates

back to 2006, when the large, bearded rapper was enjoying the success of his first hit single “Hustlin’” and recording his Def Jam debut album, “Port of Miami.” Martin was interning at Def Jam Records under the label’s vice president, Shakir Stewart. Since Stewart was rarely at the Atlanta office Martin was working at, he had to hustle on his own - and that work included sneaking into Ross’ studio sessions so much that they would eventually just let him stay.

Honing his skills

Martin said he starting honing his A&R skills — being able to eye a hit song before it makes it to radio — during his time attending Flint Central High School. As a teenager, Martin used the Internet to find new records before they hit stores and make predictions about how receptive they would be. Superstars such as Fabolous and T.I. had his support years before they were saturating television screens and airwaves.

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Flint native Dallas Martin, 28, downloaded music on the Internet as a local student before working his way up to becoming the vice president at A&R at Warner Bros.

“I was able to gauge music before it hit the streets,” Martin said. “Then, when it hit the streets, I would always be right on what song was the hot record on the album, and if the album was good. I was

training my ear when I was in high school, but I didn’t know what I was doing. ... I started getting confidence in myself: I know how to judge music to know if it’s hot.” David McGhee, program

director for Flint Big Brothers Big Sisters, met Martin in high school and the two became close friends. He recalls hours of talking about specific songs or albums, and Martin having an insatiable work ethic.

“What I remember most, was very unapologetic about what he wanted to focus on: there was no secret that he wanted to build a life around the music industry,” McGhee said. “Flint wasn’t a place that nurtured or supported a career in the industry. “Nobody shunned his dream, but he would be in circles that, when he talked about what he wanted to do, and these circles didn’t know about it. But he was driven, focused and determined to make it happen.” After studying hip-hop moguls like Dame Dash, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Russell Simmons, he attended Clark Atlanta University since the area had such a bubbling music scene. After three years without finding an internship, he and another student started BluPrint Entertainment, a promotions company that threw what would be known as the biggest parties on campus. A friend of Martin’s spread the word to Stewart, who gave him the aforementioned internship.


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LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR YOUR GUIDE TO MUSIC, DINING, THEATER, MOVIES & MORE

OCT. 19 - 21

OCT. 18

“Faculty Concert - Elizabeth Spector Callahan, oboe,” Flint Institute of Music, 1025 E. Kearsley, Flint. 7 pm. FREE and open to the public. Info: 810-238-1350 ext 3. “Boy Hits Car,” The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy, Flint. 7 pm. $8 for those 18-20; $5 for those 21 and older. Info: 810-715-2650. “Flint Symphonic Wind Ensemble,” St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church, 9020 S. Saginaw, Grand Blanc. 3 pm. $6-$8 at the door. Info: 810-577-6139 or 248-6272533.

OCT. 29

OCT. 30

OCT. 14 - 31 “Muscle Cars and Motor Madness,” Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint. Free. Info: 810-237-7321.

OCT. 14 - NOV. 11 “Drawing Together: International Cartoons,” Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint. Info: www. flintarts.org. “The Brave and the Faithful: Michigan in the Civil War,” Sloan Museum, 1221 E. Kearsley, Flint. $9 adults, $8 senior citizens, $6 children ages 3-11. Info: 810-2373450.

OCT. 17, 24 AND 31 “Introduction to Drawing Class,” Shiawassee Arts Center, 206 Curwood Castle, Owosso. Wed, 1-3:30 pm. $65 -$75. Info: 989-7238354.

“Geoff Tate,” The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy, Flint. 7 pm. $20 in advance. Info: 810-715-2650.

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OCT. 31

“Beasts of the Southern Wild,” Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint. 2 pm. $5 FIA

“Clutch,” The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy, Flint. 7 pm. $26 in advance. Info: 810-715-2650.

NOV. 2 “Hurt with Smile Empty Soul,” The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy, Flint. 7 pm. $15 in advance. Info: 810-715-2650.

NOV. 3 “Trapt,” The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy, Flint. 7 pm. $20 in advance. Info: 810-715-2650.

TODAY

COMMUNITY

OCT. 25

OCT. 14-28

SPORTS OCT. 14

“UM-Flint Hockey Club vs. Northwestern University,” Perani

Arena & Event Center, 3501 Lapeer Road F, Flint. 11 am. Free.

DINING OCT. 18

“Turkey Harvest Supper,” West Vienna United Methodist Church, 5485 W. Wilson Road, Clio. 4:306:30 pm. Free Will Donation. Info: 810 686 7480.

NOW BOOKING SPRING BREAK 2013!

OCT. 14-28

“Skeeter Scarecrow’s Starry Sky,” Longway Planetarium, 1310 E. Kearsley, Flint. Sat & Sun, 2 pm. $5 Adults, $4 Seniors & Kids. Info: 810237-7365.

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Flint 732-4700 • Fenton 750-4200 • Grand Blanc 232-4600

“Cyrus,” Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint. 9 pm. Free for patrons with college ID or FIA College Town card; others pay $4$6. Info: 810-234-1695.

“Laser Spooktacular Laser Show,” Longway Planetarium, 1310 E. Kearsley, Flint. Sat & Sun, 12:30 and 3:30 pm. $5 Adults, $4 Seniors & Kids. Info: 810-237-7365.

OCT. 26 - 28

OCT. 17

“Where Do We Go Now?,” Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint. Fri & Sat, 7:30 pm; Sun, 2 pm. $5 FIA members, $6 non-members, $4 Friends of Modern Art members, at the door. Info: 810-234-1695.

“Fashion Show,” Flint Elks Club, 7177 E. Maple, Grand Blanc. 12:30 pm. $15. Info: 810-635-8238
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DAVISON GUN & KNIFE SHOW Sunday, October 21 • 9am-3pm

OCT. 19 - 27

K of C Hall • 8428 Davison Rd. • Davison

FAIRS/FESTIVALS TODAY

“22nd Annual Davison High School Fall Craft Show,” Davison High School, 1250 N. Oak, Davison. 10 am-4 pm. $2 admission. Info: (810) 591-3531.

OCT. 20 - 27 “Flint Fang Fest,” Downtown Flint, S. Saginaw and E. Kearsley, Flint. Free to $25. Info: http:// flintfangfest.blogspot.com/p/fangfest-events.html.

OCT. 25

“Laser Rock shows,” Longway Planetarium, 1310 E. Kearsley, Flint. Fri & Sat, 7, 8 and 9 pm. $5 for one show, $8 for two shows. Info: 810237-3400.

Admission: $5 Adults • $1 Child 14 Under • Info: 989-686-6535

BUYING GUNS

BUYING OLD KNIVES

OCT. 20 “Star Party,” Longway Planetarium, 1310 E. Kearsley, Flint. 6:30 pm. FREE. Info: 810-237-3400.

OCT. 20 - 21 “45th Annual Gem, Jewelry, Mineral Show & Sale,” Carter Middle School, 300 Upland Dr., Clio. Sat & Sun, 10 am-5 pm. $3 adults, $1.50 children 6-18, children 5 and under free with adult. Info: 810-687-2339.

“Fall Family Festival,” Trinity Lutheran Church, 706 W. Flint St. ,

UP TO $500 EA. UP TO $500 EA. BUYING WAR RELICS JAPANESE SWORDS U.S. • GERMAN • JAPANESE

• Daggers • Helmets • Medals • Uniforms • Flags • Steins • Flight Jackets • Guns • Patches • Swords

UP TO $5,000 EA. UP TO $2,500 EA.

THIS SUNDAY

“Flint School of Performing Arts Scholarship Winner’s Concert,” Flint Institute of Music, 1025 E. Kearsley, Flint. 7 pm. FREE. Info: 810-238-1350 ext 3.

Elizabeth Spector Callahan / Flint Institute of Music / Oct. 19

“Wallander: The Revenge,” Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint. Fri & Sat, 7:30 pm; Sun, 2 pm. $5 FIA members, $6 non-members, $4 Friends of Modern Art members, at the door. Info: 810-234-1695.

“St. Robert Super Salad Buffet & Bingo,” St. Robert Church, 310 N. Cherry, Flushing. 11:45 am. Tickets $10 in advance only. Info: Phone (810) 659-2501 for tickets..

THIS SUNDAY

OCT. 21

“The Flint Vampire Ball Hosted by Vertigo Theatrics,” Masonic Temple of Flint, 755 S. Saginaw, Flint. Vampire Emporium $5 a person, Vampire Ball 21 and older $25 a person at the door. Info: http:// flintfangfest.blogspot.com/p/flintvampire-ball.html.

OCT. 27

OCT. 21

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“Flint School of Performing Arts Concerto Competition,” Flint Institute of Music, 1025 E. Kearsley, Flint. 7 pm. FREE and open to the public. Info: 810-238-1350 ext 3.

OCT. 19

OCT. 18 “Undefeated,” Flint Institute of Arts, 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint. 9 pm. Free for patrons with college ID or FIA College Town membership card; others pay $4-$6. Info: 810-2341695.

OCT. 15

“Dope,” The Machine Shop, 3539 S. Dort Hwy, Flint. 7 pm. $15 in advance. Info: 810-715-2650.

Davisburg. 6:30-8:30 pm. Free. Info: 810-658-3000.

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“Music at Saint Paul’s,” Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church Flint, 1701 S. Saginaw St., Flint. 3:30 pm. $10. Info: 810-569-1545.

members, $6 non-members, $4 Friends of Modern Art members, at the door. Info: 810-234-1695.

THIS SUNDAY

TODAY

THIS SUNDAY

MUSIC

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“The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band,” The Whiting, 1241 E. Kearsley, Flint. 8 pm. $29 - $55. Info: 810-2377333. “Magic5,” Navistarz Bar & Grill, 8291 S. Silver Lake Road, Linden. 9 pm. Free. Info: 810-515-8274.

NOV. 8 “Alexandre Moutouzkine, Piano Masterclass,” Flint Institute of Music, 1025 E. Kearsley, Flint. 4:30 pm. FREE and open to the public. Info: 810-238-1350 ext 3.

NOV. 10 “FSO Classical Concert,” The Whiting, 1241 E. Kearsley, Flint. 8 pm. $8 - $57. Info: 810-237-7333.

STAGE

OCT. 14 - 10 ““Those Gorgeous, Glamorous Girl Groups”,” McCree Theatre, 5005 Cloverlawn Drive, Flint. 8 and 10 pm. Advance: $15 adults, $10 students and senior citizens; at the door: $18 adults, $12 students and senior citizens. Info: 810-232-9243.

George & Floydine McKellar

Urchike - Histed Bill and Linda Urchike of New Lothrop, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nicole Urchike to Craig Histed. The bride-elect is employed at Northeast, MI Pulmonary Assoc. in Saginaw. The prospective bride-groom is a teacher at Hale High School. An October 20, 2012 wedding is being planned and the couple will live in Munger, MI.

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Frank & Edna Maxwell

They celebrated this wonderful milestone with a surprise 50th Anniversary party at Ruggeros in Flint with close friends and family. They were married on August 31st 1962, in Flint Mi. They enjoy traveling and each other! They have 2 children, 6 grandchildren and many close friends and family that Love and Cherish them! We are all so very proud! We 4489376-01 Love You!!!

Frank and Edna Maxwell celebrated their 70th wedding Frank and Edna celebrated their 13th, 70th wedding anniversary anniversary onMaxwell Saturday, October with 40 family on Saturday, October 13th, with 40 family members and friends members and friends at Ruggeros Restaurant. Theat Ruggeros restaurant. Thedaughters couple has three and seven sons-incouple have three and daughters sons-in-law, law, seven grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Frank attended grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Frank GMI and served in WWII as a pilot in the army Air Corp. Both worked attended GMI and served in WWII as a pilot in the Army at AC Spark Plug, Frank 42 years, retiring as Divisional Auditor in Air Corp. Both worked at AC Spark Plug; Frank 42 years, 1984, and Edna as secretary retiring in 1980. retiring as Divisional Auditor in 1984, and Edna 15 years, retiring as secretary in 1980. 4491503-01

OCT. 15 - 16

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“Auditions: “Graffiti Chronicles”,” McCree Theatre, 5005 Cloverlawn Drive, Flint. Mon & Tue, 7 pm. Free. Info: 810-787-2200.

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OCT. 19 - 28 ““Wait Until Dark”,” Theatre 57, 2220 W. Vienna Road, Clio. Fri & Sat, 7:30 pm; Sun, 2 pm. $10 - $12. Info: 810-687-2588.

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OCT. 21

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“WFVP - Creepy Radio Theatre,” Fenton Village Playhouse, 14197 Torrey, Fenton. 2 pm. Free. Info: 810-750-7700.

NOV. 6 ““The Kite Runner”,” The Whiting, 1241 E. Kearsley, Flint. 7 pm. $30. Info: 810-237-7333.

ART/MUSEUMS

TODAY

Tim and Judy Doyle are celebrating their 50th anniversary on October 20. They were married at Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, MI in 1962. They moved to the Flint area, where they spent over 30 years each in education, Judy at St. Robert in Flushing, and Tim at Carman-Ainsworth School District. In August they celebrated their anniversary at the marriage of their son, Christopher (Lana) Doyle, in Saugatuck, MI. This beautiful, combined celebration brought family from across the country. Present were son Dennis (Jeanne) Doyle, and daughter Jennifer (Reuben) Morgensteren and seven terrific grandchildren: Nicholas, Noah, Aidan, Niya, Raymond, Brittany, and Samantha. Fifty years of marriage could not have been celebrated in a more beautiful way. 4481455-01

Gary and Suzanne Hankinson of Grand Blanc are proud to congratulate their daughter Ashley Hankinson for her achievement in earning a Doctorate of Dental Surgery degree from Marquette University School of Dentistry in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Ashley is a 2004 graduate of Grand Blanc High School and a 2008 graduate of Michigan State University. Dr Hankinson has accepted a position as a dentist with Southcoast Smiles in Boston, Massachusetts. 4491150-01

Krum – Bolles

Darcy Kay Krum married Eric Matthew Bolles on July 18, 2009 at Yarrow Golf and Country Club, Augusta, Mich. The bride is the daughter of Linda and David Krum of Schoolcraft, Mich. She graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor’s degree and then Southeastern University with her Masters in Education. She is employed with Hillsborough County Public Schools, Tampa, Fla. as a 2nd grade teacher. The groom is the son of Nina and Milton Bolles of Twin Lake, Mich. He graduated from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor’s degree. He is employed with Verizon, Tampa, Fla. in sales. Maid of Honor was Kenzi McNally; Bridesmaids were Denise Krum, Jessica Ashley E. Cart Stevens and Kirsten Bolles. Best man was Mike Bolles; Groomsmen were Dean er, daughter of Jacque and Mich., is enga Krum, Levent Cur and Rob Osborne; Ushers were Lee McNally and Blake Krum. Scott Carter ged to Jaco of Schoolcra b T. Youngblo Youngblood The couple reside in Riverview, Fla. ft, od, son of Deb 3703835-01 of Kalamazoo, ra and Brian Mich. The bride-elec t is attending Hope College. The future groo m attended University of employed with North Western Automotive Ohio. He is Concepts CAR Technician. STAR as a Colli sion Repair A June 12, 2010 wedding is plan ned.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012 C3

MICHIGAN ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR YOUR GUIDE TO MUSIC, DINING, THEATER, MOVIES & MORE

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain / Cobb Great Hall, MSU, East Lansing / Today

MUSIC TODAY

“Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britianis,” Cobb Great Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing. 7 pm. $35-$15. Info: www.whartoncenter. com. “Go-Gos,” MotorCity Casino, 2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit. 7:30 pm. $50-$40. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

OCT. 15 “Yukon Blonde,” Blind Pig, 208 S. First St., Ann Arbor. Info: www. blindpigmusic.com.

OCT. 19 “Natalie Cole,” Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds New Buffalo, 11111 Wilson Road, New Buffalo. 9 pm. $75-$40. Info: www.fourwindscasino. com.

NOV. 3

OCT. 26

“Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson plays Thick as a Brick 1 & 2,” Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit. 8 pm. $99.50-$25. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

“Cirque Chinois,” Miller Auditorium, 1903 W. Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo. 8 pm. Info: www.millerauditorium.com.

“American Spirit: The NFL and the U.S. Armed Forces,” Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, 303 Pearl St. NW, Grand Rapids. Info: www. fordlibrarymuseum.gov.

OCT. 27

THRU JAN. 13

“Jana Kramer,” Wharton Center, Corner Of Bogue & Shaw Lane, East Lansing. 8 pm. $30. Info: www. whartoncenter.com.

“Bill Mahler,” Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit. 8 pm. $49.50 to $35. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

NOV. 4

OCT. 29 - 30

“Discovering Eighteenth-Century British America,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. Free. Info: www.umma.umich.edu/view/ exhibitions/2012-clements.php.

“John Legend,” Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit. 7:30 pm. $59.50-$35. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

“Blue Man Group,” Lake Michigan College Mendel Center, 2755 East Napier Avenue, Benton Harbor. Mon & Tue, 7 pm. $59. Info: 269/927-1221.

“Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers,” Wharton Center, Corner Of Bogue & Shaw Lane, East Lansing. 7 pm. $65-$35. Info: (800) WHARTON.

NOV. 1 - 4

NOV. 8

“Thompson Square,” The Intersection, 133 Grandville Ave. SW, Grand Rapids. 6:30 pm. $17.93/$20. Info: www.sectionlive.com.

“Madonna,” Joe Louis Arena, 600 Civic Center Drive, Detroit. 8 pm. $173-$48. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

OCT. 21

“Zac Brown Band,” Van Andel Arena, 130 W. Fulton St., Grand Rapids. 7 pm. $69.50, $59.50, $45.00. Info: 1-800-745-3000.

“SMTD@UMMA: Old World, New World,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 7 pm. Free and open to the public. Info: 734-763-UMMA. “Gilmore Rising Stars Series: János Palojtay,” Wellspring Theater at the Epic Center, 359 S. Kalamazoo Mall Ste. 204, Kalamazoo. 4 pm. $25. Info: 269/983-1166.

OCT. 23 ““Spirituals to Funk” - Dr. John and the Blind Boys of Alabama Concert,” DeVos Performance Hall, 303 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids. 7:30 pm. $39.50-$49.50. Info: 616742-6500. “The Smashing Pumpkins wsg Morning Parade,” The Palace of Auburn Hills, 5 Championship Drive, Auburn Hills. 7:30 pm. $39.50-$25. Info: 800-745-3000.

OCT. 24 “10 Years with special guest The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus,” The Orbit Room, 2525 Lake Eastbrook Boulevard Southeast, Grand Rapids. 6:30 pm. $25/day of the show, $19.50/ in advance. Info: www. orbitroom.com.

OCT. 27 “Matt Giraud,” Sturges-Young Civic Center & Auditorium, 201 N. Nottawa St. , Sturgis. 8 pm. Artist Circle Seats - $25, Main Floor - $20, Balcony - $15. Info: www.sturgismi. gov.

OCT. 28 “Brian Regan - Live in Concert,” Cobb Great Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing. 7 pm. $37. Info: www.whartoncenter.com.

NOV. 1 “Jazz Masters with New York Voices,” Miller Auditorium, 1903 W. Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo. 7:30 pm. $33. Info: 269/387-2311.

NOV. 3 “The Gilmore Piano Masters Series: Garrick Ohlsson,” Chenery Auditorium, 714 S. Westnedge Ave. , Kalamazoo. 8 pm. $5-$65. Info: 269/387-2300 .

NOV. 9 “Oliva Newton-John,” Miller Auditorium, 1903 W. Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo. 8 pm. $90-$25. Info: www.kalamazoosymphony. com.

“Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare,” Nelda K. Balch Playhouse at Kalamazoo College, 1200 Academy St. , Kalamazoo. 7:30 pm; Fri & Sat, 8 pm; Sun, 2 pm. Thursday: Pay What You Want Night! Fri-Sun: $5-$15. Info: 269/337-7333.

NOV. 3 “SNL Alumni Jon Lovitz, Chris Kattan, and Tim Meadows,” Jackson Community College Potter Center, 2111 Emmons Road, Jackson. 8 pm. $50-$38. Info: 517-796-8600.

NOV. 9 “Kathy Griffin,” Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit. 8 pm. $65-$38.50. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

“Benjamin West: General Wolfe and the Art of Empire,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. Free. Info: www.umma.umich.edu/view/ exhibitions/2012-west.php.

THRU FEB. 3 “African Art and the Shape of Time Exhibition,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. free. Info: 734764-7032.

OCT. 13 - 28 “Planetarium Shows: The Sky Tonight: Star Talk,” Museum of Natural History, U-M, 1109 Geddes Ave., Ann Arbor. Sat, 11:30 am, 1:30 and 3:30 pm; Sun, 1:30 and 3:30 pm. $5 for adults, seniors, & children. Info: 734-764-0478.

OCT. 21

OCT. 18

“Guided Tours: Benjamin West: African Art and the Shape of Time,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 2 pm. $5 suggested donation is appreciated. Info: 734-763-UMMA.

“Mid-Michigan Teen Challenge’s Annual Fall Victory Banquet,” Horizons Conference Center, 6200 State, Saginaw Township. 6 pm. $30. Info: 989-249-8818.

OCT. 26

“Mark Webster Reading Series,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 7 pm. Free and open to the public. Info: 734-763-UMMA.

“Lunchtime Tours,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 12:15-12:45 pm. $5 suggested donation is appreciated. Info: 734-763-UMMA.

OCT. 27 “The Spirit of John Muir,” Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, 1000 East Beltline Ave. NE, Grand Rapids. 7 pm. Adult 14–64: $12, Senior 65 & older: $9, Students with ID: $9, Children 5–13: $6, Children 3–4: $4, Children 2 & younger: Free. Info: 957-1580.

NOV. 2 “Macy’s 2nd Monday,” Henry Ford Museum, 20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn. 10 am-noon. Info: ww.thehenryford.org.

NOV. 3 - FEB. 24 “Lego Architecture: Towering Ambition,” Henry Ford Museum, 20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn. Info: ww.thehenryford.org.

“Chosen 2012,” Gaylord Evangelical Free Church, 1649 E M 32, Gaylord. Fri & Sat. $25 through September 14. Info: 989-370-1987. “Matisyahu,” The Loft, 414 E. Michigan, Lansing. 7 pm. Info: www. theloftlansing.com.

“Poetry Society of Michigan Fall Meeting: Poet Jack Ridl Event,” Muskegon Community College, 221 S. Quarterline Rd, Muskegon. 1 pm. Free. Info: 231/733-9778.

OCT. 20 - 21 “Giant Pumpkins at Michigan’s Farm Garden,” Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, 1000 East Beltline Ave. NE, Grand Rapids. Sat & Sun, 9 am. Adult 14–64: $12, Senior 65 & older: $9, Students with ID: $9, Children 5–13: $6, Children 3–4: $4, Children 2 & younger: Free. Info: 957-1580.

OCT. 23

NIGHTLIFE “The Ghost Hunt - Beyond the Other Side at The Masonic,” Masonic Temple, 500 Temple Ave., Detroit. Fri-Sun, 10 pm. $55 per person. Info: 734-891-7444.

“An Enchanted Evening at JARC’s 32nd Annual Fall Fundraiser,” Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit. 7:30 pm. Ticket start at $60. Info: 248-538-6611.

FAIRS/FESTIVALS

OCT. 26

“Detroit Fall Beer Fest,” Eastern Market, 2934 Russell, Detroit. 5-9 pm. $35 advance ($40 at gate if available). Info: www.mibeer.com.

“Haunted in the House,” Detroit Opera House, 1526 Broadway, Detroit. 8 pm-1 am. VIP: $80/da of, $75/advance; General: $40/day of, $35/advance. Info: 313-237-SING.

OCT. 26

NOV. 10

OCT. 20

“The National Circus of the People’s Republic of China,” Cobb Great Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing. 7:30 pm. $35-$15. Info: www.whartoncenter.com.

OCT. 26 - 28

NOV. 9 - 10

OCT. 19

OCT. 27

NOV. 3

“Journey with Pat Benatar featuring Neil Giraldo and Loverboy,” Van Andel Arena, 130 W. Fulton St., Grand Rapids. 7 pm. $99.50-$30. Info: www. vanandelarena.com.

“Traverse City Zombie Run,” Right Brian Brewery, 221 Garland Street, Traverse. 9-11:30 am. $15 $30. Info: http://www.tczombierun. com/.

“Girls of Grace: The Beautiful Truth,” Sunshine Community Church, 3300 East Beltline Ave. NE, Grand Rapids. 9 am-7 pm. $65/day of, $59/ advance. Info: www.girlsofgrace.com.

STAGE

OCT. 27 - 28

NOV. 10

“Shipshewana on the Road,” Birch Run Expo Center, 11600 S. Beyer, Birch Run. Sat & Sun. Adults $4.00 Children 12 and under Free. Info: http://shipshewanaontheroad. com.

“Michigan Genealogical Council and Archives of Michigan Fall Seminar,” Michigan Historical Center, 702 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing. 9:30 am. $35.00. Info: http://mimgc.org/ MGCseminar.

OCT. 13

“Ron White: Moral Compass Tour,” Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit. 8 pm. $56.75 to $46.75. Info: www.olympiaentertainment. com.

OCT. 16 - 21 “Roundabout Theatre Company presents “Anything Goes”,” Cobb Great Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing. Tue-Thu, 7:30 pm; Fri, 8 pm; Sat, 2 and 8 pm; Sun, 1 and 6:30 pm. Starting at $32. Info: www. whartoncenter.com.

OCT. 18 “Arnez J,” MotorCity Casino, 2901 Grand River Ave., Detroit. 8 pm. $42-$34. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

OCT. 19 “Capitol Steps,” Miller Auditorium, 1903 W. Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo. 8 pm. $30 $35. Info: 269/387-2311.

OCT. 20 “George Lopez,” Fox Theatre, 2211 Woodward Ave, Detroit. 8 pm. $54.50-$44.50. Info: www. olympiaentertainment.com.

Go-Gos / MotorCity Casino, Detroit / Today NOV. 9 - 11

OCT. 14 - 28

COMMUNITY

“Guided Tours: Benjamin West: General Wolfe and the Art of Empire,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. Sun, 2 pm. $5 suggested donation is appreciated. Info: 734763-UMMA.

OCT. 13 - 27

BOOKS

“Murder in the House of Horrors,” Schoolcraft High School PAC, 551 East Lyons Street, Schoolcraft. 7 pm; Sat, 2 and 7 pm. $8-$15. Info: 269/488-7350.

“Halloween Haunted Barn at the Red Barn, Saugatuck,” Red Barn Theater, 3657 63rd Street, Saugatuck. Fri & Sat, 7 pm. Only $5. Info: 269-857-5300.

“Clayton Eshleman Translates Aime Cesaire - Q&A,” Angell Hall, U-M, 435 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 2 pm. Free and open to the public. Info: 734-615-3710.

OCT. 14, 21 AND 28

OCT. 15 “John J. Miller - The Big Scrum: How Teddy Roosevelt Saved Football,” Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, 1000 Beal Ave., Ann Arbor. 7:30 pm. Free and open to the public. Info: 734-205-0555.

“Zell Visiting Writers Series: Clayton Eshleman Translates Aime Cesaire,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 5 pm. Free and open to the public. Info: 734-763-UMMA.

ART/MUSEUMS THRU OCT. 28

“Chrysanthemums and More!,” Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, 1000 East Beltline Ave. NE, Grand Rapids. Info: 888/957-1580.

THRU NOV. 18 “ArtPrize 2012: Somewhere Else,” Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, 2 W. Fulton, Grand Rapids. Info: www.uica.org.

THRU JAN. 6 “Body Double: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture,” Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, 1000 East Beltline Ave. NE, Grand Rapids. $12/adults $9/seniors and students,$6/kids. Info: 957-1580.

“Guided Tours: Art as Experience,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. Sun, 1 pm. $5 suggested donation is appreciated. Info: 734763-UMMA.

OCT. 19 - JAN. 13 “Salvador Dali’s Twelve Tribes of Israel,” Grand Rapids Art Museum, 101 Monroe Center NW, Grand Rapids. Info: www.artmuseumgr.org. “Real/Surreal,” Grand Rapids Art Museum, 101 Monroe Center NW, Grand Rapids. Info: www. artmuseumgr.org.

OCT. 16 “Transportation Club of Detroit Annual Scholarship,” Henry Ford Museum, 20900 Oakwood Blvd., Dearborn. 6 pm. $95.00. Info: 248528-0808.

OCT. 18

OCT. 25 “Daniel Woodrell Craft Talk,” Angell Hall, U-M, 435 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 2 pm. Free and open to the public. Info: 734-615-3710. “Zell Visiting Writers Series: Daniel Woodrell and Katie Estill,” University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St., Ann Arbor. 5 pm. Free and open to the public. Info: 734-763-UMMA.


THE FLINT JOURNAL

C4 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

Books

‘Give yourself a break’

BESTSELLERS FICTION

New book battles tiger mom syndrome with laughs BY LEANNE ITALIE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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EW YORK — One mom lured her daughter to bed — at age 8 — with a trail of chocolate chips up her townhouse stairs. Another found herself on the floor of a plane screaming “Save the Jelly Bellys!” They spilled as she fed them to her preschooler to fend off in-flight earache meltdowns. A third mom who avoids sweets and high fructose corn syrup like they were poison has her toddler begging for his “medicine candy” when it’s time to take the dreaded Tylenol. Don’t go diving for your dog-eared parenting guides or Googling Dr. Sears on the above, but if you’re looking for a little validation of your crappiest mom moments as not such a huge deal after all, hunt down “Sh*tty Mom,” the unofficial companion to last year’s bestseller “Go the (Bleep) to Sleep.” The latest in irreverent parenting books is part parody and part painful truth. It’s written by four very busy, often tired working moms looking to offer some overdue laughs as counterpoint to today’s parentingto-perfection mania. “Even the helicopter moms and tiger moms have their (expletive) mom moments. Maybe they missed their daughter’s fifth ballet practice that week or were five minutes late to her piano lesson,” said co-writer Mary Ann Zoellner. “The whole idea of the book is to just give yourself a break.” Zoellner and Alicia Ybarbo, both segment producers for the “Today” show, cooked up the idea with Karen Moline one night over margaritas about three years ago. One among

them was avoiding her kids’ bedtime madness back home. The three were paired by an agent with Laurie Kilmartin, a joke master for “Conan” and single mom to a 5-year-old in Burbank, Calif. “The target audience is women who are tired of books coming out that tell you you’re kind of doing everything wrong and if you only did this, this and this you would be doing a better job and your kids would turn out better,” Kilmartin said. “I think tiger mom put everyone over the deep end, and so it was sort of a pushback.”

High points

Written in guide format, the book includes easily consumed chapters and tips like these: 1) Send your daughter sick to daycare. Not bubonic plague sick. Just sniffle sick. And maybe a little fever, something you wouldn’t know about because you avoid the thermometer to preserve deniability. 2) Pretend you don’t know your son in the playground after a sand-throwing incident, leaving the discipline to the victim’s mom because she seems really good at it. 3) Play dead while your daughter scream-whispers “Are you awake?” at 5 a.m., at least until you’ve trained her to head for daddy’s side. One chapter is titled “Stop Looking for a Great Babysitter and Settle for One Who Shows Up On Time.” Another, “How to Deal with Moms Who Exercise,” suggests — if you’re in survival mode — limiting friendships to other “bareminimum moms,” avoiding those who throw their abs in your face. There’s “This Tradition Must Die: Handwritten Thank-you Notes” and “Unspeakable Evil: Private Birthday Party — with a Bouncy Castle — at a Public

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Alicia Ybarbo, left, and Mary Ann Zoellner are two of four authors of “Sh*tty Mom,” posing with their book in New York. The latest in irreverent parenting books is part parody and part painful truth. It’s written by four very busy, often tired working moms looking to offer some overdue laughs as counterpoint to today’s parenting-to-perfection mania.

Park.” Has your son stormed the castle uninvited? “Keep a low profile until your kid gets busted. It’s best not to outwardly condone grifty behavior.”

Love from readers

The five co-writers are fielding supportive emails, including one from Alicia Hunter in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. She has a 9-year-old and a 6-year-old and immediately recognized herself in print. Among her favorite book bits: “The chapter on hating the zoo/playing with my kids in general when they ask me to use my imagination,” Hunter said in an interview, “Let’s play school! Let’s play house! Let’s play grocery store! Unless it’s a board game WE actually like, please do not ask us to play a game that involves using our imagination. We used that up by the time we were 13.” Count Hunter, a beauty and weight-loss coach, among moms who never felt a kinship with those who read each piece of paper that comes home from

Book tells little-known Iran hostage crisis story Film that opened Friday is retelling of true story detailed in memoir BY JESSICA GRESKO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Ask almost any American adult about the Iran hostage crisis, and you’ll get the outlines of the well-known story: militants storming the American embassy in Tehran in 1979 and holding dozens of Americans hostage for 444 days. N o w, in “A r g o,” C I A disguise master Antonio Mendez tells a lesser-known story about the crisis. In the confusing and chaotic takeover, six Americans escaped. For almost Antonio three months, Mendez the group hid out in Iran, sheltered by the Canadian government. But the situation grew increasingly precarious. Ultimately, the CIA sent two operatives into the country to rescue the group. As cover, the CIA concocted an elaborate back story involving a Hollywood film. Mendez developed a plan

THE JACKET

‘Argo: How the CIA and Hollywood Pulled off the Most Audacious Rescue in History’ Authors: Antonio Mendez and Matt Baglio Publisher: Viking Pages: 320 Price: $26.95 rule

to disguise the Americans as a Hollywood group scouting locations for a fake sciencefiction film called “Argo.” Mendez didn’t do anything halfway. He obtained a script,

advertised the film, printed business cards, and rented and staffed a Hollywood office in case anyone in Iran checked up on the story. Then, posing as the film’s producer, he slipped into Tehran, helped transform the embassy workers into Hollywood types and spirited the Americans on a plane to Switzerland. For years, however, the full story of the CIA’s involvement was a secret. That changed in 1997, the 50th anniversary of the CIA. Mendez was honored by the agency that year, and he related the “Argo” story for newsman Dan Rather. Now, in what is an ironic twist, the fake movie caper has become the plot of a real Hollywood film that opened Friday. Ben Affleck directs and stars as Mendez. Readers who want the un-Hollywood version will find that besides being a talented spy, Mendez also is a gifted storyteller. The Maryland resident also has written previously about his clandestine work in “The Master of Disguise” and “Spy Dust.” His latest book is a pageturner despite the fact readers know from the beginning how the story will end. Still, keeping the biographies and personalities of the six escapees straight isn’t easy. Maybe seeing the movie first would help.

school, have dry erase boards listing deadlines for homework and fulfill the teacher’s wish list of supplies five minutes after said supplies are requested. The two daughters of Jelly Belly mom Robyn Roth-Moise in Manhattan are grown now, but she bought several copies of the book for friends. “I can remember having to go to the store and my daughter had chicken pox and there was no one to watch her,” she said. “So I did what every mom does, wrapped her up and prayed no one noticed her. Did I feel guilty? Yes. Did I have another option? No.” Corporate trainer Liz Wolfe in New York has an 11-year-old boy and an 8-year-old girl, the latter being the follower of chocolate chips — not, for the record, to bed but to the bathroom sink to brush her teeth. Wolfe often is frustrated by parenting experts and plans to hop on the “Sh*tty Mom” bandwagon. “Here I am, a college-educated business owner, making all

kinds of good stuff happen in my life, and I still can’t live up to the ideal mother image,” she said. “I wish my kid loved to do homework, or was one of those kids who came when I called them etc., etc., but sadly, they don’t. Short of beating them into submission, I simply do the best I can.” For Ybarbo, who has four Emmys and two kids, best sometimes means locking herself in a closet for a work call while her kids are in front of the TV watching “Top Gear.” Zoellner, with three Emmys of her own and two kids, says having it all isn’t a myth if it means having it all on alternating weeks — one filled with vegetables and the next with too many cupcakes. “Some weeks you can do it all. Some weeks you can’t do it all. Some weeks we’re (expletive) moms. Some weeks we’re (expletive) wives. Some weeks we’re (expletive) producers,” she said. “It’s really all about laughing at those less-thanperfect moments.”

R.L. Stine offers some adult ‘Goosebumps’ BY ROB MERRILL THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

“Hey, look, the ‘Goosebumps’ guy is out with a new book! Perhaps the kids would like it for Christmas.” Umm, no. “Red Rain” may have some tropes in common with R.L. Stine’s best-selling series of scary books for children, but the audience here clearly is readers who enjoy the likes of Stephen King and Dean Koontz. Villainous lawn gnomes and ventriloquist dummies are replaced by real people who cause real pain. The horror is grisly. Stine likes food metaphors to convey the gore: Windpipes ripped out of throats like “some kind of long pasta noodle.” A young woman holding her intestines as “a gusher of pink and yellow sausage” oozes through her fingers. It’s not really spoiling any suspense to say Stine has flipped his “Goosebumps” formula and made the kids the villains instead of the good guys. When twin 12-year-old boys Samuel and Daniel are adopted by a travel writer after a deadly hurricane off the South Carolina coast, there are ominous signs that all is not well with the “bruvvers.” Readers understand something’s amiss immediately, even if it takes the book’s characters awhile. It’s a page-turner until the end, with short chapters that help increase the pace. Stine

‘Red Rain: A Novel’ Author: R.L. Stine Publisher: Touchstone Pages: 384 Price: $24.99 Connect: rlstine.com rule

enjoys himself writing not for kids, but about them. For parents, there’s plenty here to keep you up at night. Stine deftly makes one of his characters a child psychologist whose questions mirror our own: How much freedom of choice should kids have? When do they deserve to be treated like adults? And if you suspect they’re up to no good with their friends, how quickly should you step in? Quicker than they do in this wicked little book, that’s for sure.

1. CASUAL VACANCY, by J.K. Rowling. (Little Brown & Co., $35) 2. WINTER OF THE WORLD, by Ken Follett. (Dutton Books, $30) 3. GONE GIRL, by Gillian Flynn. (Crown Publishing Group, $25) 4. TIME KEEPER, by Mitch Albom. (Hyperion Books, $24.99) 5. WANTED MAN, by Lee Child. (Delacorte Press, $28) 6. LOW PRESSURE, by Sandra Brown. (Grand Central Publishing, $26.99) 7. ZOO, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. (Little Brown & Co., $27.99) 8. SEVERE CLEAR, by Stuart Woods. (Putnam Adult, $26.95) 9. DELUSION IN DEATH, by J.D. Robb. (Putnam Adult, $27.95) 10. FOUNDERS: A NOVEL OF THE COMING COLLAPSE, by James Wesley Rawles. (Atria Books, $25.99) 11. TOMBS, by Clive Cussler and Thomas Perry. (Putnam Adult, $27.95) 12. THIS IS HOW YOU LOSE HER, by Junot Diaz. (Riverhead Books, $26.95) 13. TELEGRAPH AVENUE, by Michael Chabon. (Harper, $27.99) 14. RAPTURE, by J.R. Ward. (New American Library, $27.95) 15. FOOL’S GOLD CHRISTMAS, by Susan Mallery. (Harlequin, $16.95) 16. ROBERT B. PARKER’S FOOL ME TWICE, by Michael Brandman and Robert B. Parker. (Putnam Adult, $25.95) 17. OUTLAW’S CHRISTMAS, by Linda Lael Miller. (Harlequin, $16.95) 18. LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS, by ML Stedman. (Scribner, $25) 19. FROZEN HEAT, by Richard Castle. (Hyperion Books, $26.99) 20. SUTTON, by J.R. Moehringer. (Hyperion Books, $27.99) 21. INN AT ROSE HARBOR, by Debbie Macomber. (Ballantine Books, $26) 22. NW, by Zadie Smith. (Penguin Press, $26.95) 23. LOVE ANTHONY, by Lisa Genova. (Gallery Books, $26) 24. LAST TO DIE, by Tess Gerritsen. (Ballantine Books, $27) 25. FRIENDS FOREVER, by Danielle Steel. (Delacorte Press, $28)

NONFICTION 1. NO EASY DAY: THE FIRSTHAND ACCOUNT OF THE MISSION THAT KILLED OSAMA BIN LADEN, by Mark Owen with Kevin Maurer. (Dutton Books, $26.95) 2. WAGING HEAVY PEACE, by Neil Young. (Blue Rider Press, $30) 3. I DECLARE: 31 PROMISES TO SPEAK OVER YOUR LIFE, by Joel Osteen. (Faithwords, $21.99) 4. ONE LAST STRIKE, by Tony La Russa. (William Morrow & Co., $27.99) 5. GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS (2013). (Manufactured by Guinness World Records, $28.95) 6. FINANCIAL CRISIS AND THE FREE MARKET CURE, by John A. Allison. (McGraw-Hill, $28) 7. MUGGED: RACIAL DEMOGOGUERY FROM THE ’70S TO OBAMA, by Ann Coulter. (Sentinel, $26.95) 8. PRICE OF POLITICS, by Bob Woodward. (Simon & Schuster, $30) 9. JOSEPH ANTON: A MEMOIR, by Salman Rushdie. (Random House, $30) 10. KILLING LINCOLN, by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard. (Holt, $28) 11. HOW CHILDREN SUCCEED, by Paul Tough. (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $27) 12. DIVINE HEALING HANDS, by Dr. Zhi Gang Sha and Zhi Gang Sha. (Atria Books, $29.95) 13. INTO THE FIRE, by Dakota Meyer and Bing West. (Random House, $27) 14. LISTENING IN: THE SECRET WHITE HOUSE RECORDINGS OF JOHN F. KENNEDY, by Caroline Kennedy. (Hyperion, $40) 15. OATH: THE OBAMA WHITE HOUSE AND THE SUPREME COURT, by Jeffrey Toobin. (Doubleday Books, $28.95) 16. WILD, by Cheryl Strayed. (Knopf Publishing Group, $25.95) 17. SIGNAL AND THE NOISE, by Nate Silver. (Penguin Press, $27.95) 18. AMATEUR: BARACK OBAMA IN THE WHITE HOUSE, by Edward Klein. (Regnery Publishing, $27.95) 19. MORTALITY, by Christopher Hitchens. (Twelve, $22.99) 20. OBAMA’S AMERICA, by Dinesh D’Souza. (Regnery Publishing, $27.95) 21. NOW EAT THIS!, by Rocco DiSpirito. (Grand Central Publishing, $26.99) 22. LIFE AFTER DEATH, by Damian Echols. (Blue Rider Press, $26.95) 23. CHANGE YOUR WORDS, CHANGE YOUR LIFE, by Joyce Meyer. (Faithwords, $22.99) 24. SUPER IMMUNITY, by Joel Fuhrman. (HarperOne, $25.99) 25. HUNGER FIX, by Pam Peeke. (Rodale Press, ($26.99)

— Publishers Weekly


THE FLINT JOURNAL

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012 C5

Blessings from clerks anger reader Put finances back on D

ear Abby: Several salespersons recently have ended our transaction by saying, “Have a blessed day.” The last two times it happened, I stopped and asked, “What do you mean by that?” Both of them stammered and didn’t know what to say. One said, “I’m sort of religious.” I replied that I’m atheist. I don’t think these folks realize what they’re saying. The next time it happens, I plan to respond by asking Zeus to bestow blessings upon them as well. Why do people feel they have a right to force their religious beliefs on customers? — Annoyed Atheist in Texas Dear Annoyed Atheist: I seriously doubt they are trying to proselytize. The expression may be regional. Or the person may feel that “blessed” is synonymous

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phillips deAr Abby with “good,” “happy” or “safe.” If you wish to invoke the blessings of Zeus upon them, feel free to do so. But don’t be surprised if you have a heck of a time getting waited on the next time you visit the establishment. Dear Abby: I have been in a relationship with “Ward” for two years. I love him and everything is great except for one thing. He refuses to compromise when it comes to his family functions. He’s very close to his extended family, and every time there’s an event like a recent graduation party for a cousin, he never wants to leave. We were there for 10 hours, and I spent more than half of it either alone or

hints from heloise

Dear Abby: I married my high school sweetheart at the age of 24. Five years later we divorced. My current husband, “Gil,” had a similar short �rst marriage. Although Gil and I have chosen not to divulge any information to our two children about our previous marriages, my sister thinks we should tell them everything because they may �nd out later in life and

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ear Harriette: My husband just started a new job a few months ago. He has gotten three paychecks so far. The last one bounced, and when he went to his boss to say something about it, his boss ear Heloise: We love got an attitude. He then Halloween at our house. recovered and said that the We go all out in decorations. We even went a step further company was having lean and bought a black Christmas times and couldn’t meet payroll. tree when it was on sale last This is crazy. We count on year. They sell trees in several my husband’s job, and every colors now. We set up the black tree and penny is important to us. decorated it with Halloween- Plus, he earned it. His boss promises to pay him, but he’s type decorations that we not sure when. Should my found at craft stores. husband sue the company, or We chose purple, orange quit and �nd another job? and black as the ornament —Bounced, theme colors. The tree looks Jackson, Miss. really pretty when decorated. When I had a hard time Dear Bounced: Slow �nding purple ornaments, down. Of course this is I looked for certain schooldisconcerting. No one wants themed ornaments that were to receive a check that purple. It worked perfectly. bounces. We always have a large Your husband should Halloween party and enjoy the decorations and giving out do some research on the company to learn as much candy! — L.D. as possible about the state from Texas of the business and its �nancials. He should speak to his boss to get a schedule for Cute idea! A tree for every when he will be reimbursed season. Many people put up trees for Easter, too! And with and ask if the next paycheck all the different colored trees available, it’s a snap to �nd one to work with your theme. — Heloise

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be disappointed they didn’t hear it from us. She has said on many occasions that we are being dishonest. That is certainly not our intention. We truly believe there’s no reason to bring up a past that has no bene�t in their lives. Your advice is badly needed. I love my sister, but I don’t agree with her opinion. — Lives in the Present Dear Lives in the Present: If the subject of what makes a successful marriage comes up when your children are old enough, and you think it could be helpful to them, you might be able to impart some important life lessons if you mention the past. Having been married once previously isn’t a shameful secret, and it should not be treated like one. Write Dear Abby at P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069 or DearAbby.com.

Bounced paycheck causes concern

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talking to someone I didn’t know well because Ward had ditched me. I have spoken to him about this, but he’s unwilling to compromise. We have had big �ghts over this. I’m not sure what to do. — Family-functioned Out in Minnesota

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sense & sensitivity is expected on time. If things seem too precarious, your husband should look for another job, but he shouldn’t quit until he �nds one. Instead, he should do his best on his current job and see if his performance can possibly contribute to strengthening the bottom line. He should show his boss that he believes in the company and doesn’t want to give up. But he should also be practical. If no money is coming around, he should cut his losses soon. Suing, while an option, may end up costing you and your husband money that you do not have, especially if the company is broke. Dear Harriette: I was talking to a new colleague at a lounge the other day. We exchanged email addresses, which was nice. The next day, I got an email from a woman who was sitting near us and overheard us talking,

but who wasn’t at all part of our conversation. She asked if I would like to hang out with her sometime. She reminded me of how we met — because we were sitting near each other (however, not talking). I felt like that was creepy. She basically stole my email address by eavesdropping. I don’t want to talk to her. How should I handle this? — Creeped Out, San Francisco Dear Creeped Out: You can ignore the woman’s email altogether. Since you didn’t give your address to her, you can delete it and let that be it. If you see her again and she brings it up, just shrug it off. You can say you didn’t give her your email address. Another option is to respond and thank her for the invitation but decline it. If she writes back, you can tell her that you did not give her your email address, and you hope she will not use it again. Write to Harriette Cole at United Feature Syndicate, 200 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016. Email: askharriette@askharfriettecole.com

Shyness could be anxiety

Dear Heloise: I suffer from back pain when forced to sit for a long time. On a recent trip to Las Vegas, I made reusable, disposable ice packs in zip-top bags. Pour half a bottle of inexpensive rubbing alcohol into each of two bags and a full bottle of water. Squeeze out excess air, seal the bags, place them inside other bags and then seal them. Freeze until slushy. If the ice is too hard, add more water. Then you can empty the bags before going through security and reuse them. — Jan Anderson from Washington Dear Heloise: We have plastic 1-inch mini blinds in all of our bedroom windows, and sometimes they break. My husband came up with a helpful hint to reuse the slats as garden-row markers. He cuts the slats into 1-foot pieces and writes the name of the vegetable or herb on the slat with a permanent marker. Then he pushes the slat into the soil to mark each row. They are durable and attractive. — Judi and Rudy from Pennsylvania Dear Heloise: I save the cotton that comes in over-thecounter pill bottles and use it for removing nail polish. — Dianne, Masontown, Pa. Write to Heloise at P.O. Box 795000, San Antonio, TX 78279-5000, by fax to 210-HELOISE. Email: Heloise@heloise.com

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My daughter is in elementary school and is extremely shy. So shy that it is affecting her schoolwork and friendships. What can we do to bring her out of this shell?

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JIM DALY DR. JULI SLATTERY FOCUS ON THE FAMILY setting. Start by inviting over a potential friend for a play date. It is even better if the friend is a classmate so that the relationship carries over into the classroom environment. You may even want to ask your daughter’s teacher for recommendations of what kids in the class would be a good �t for a friend. If you �nd that these interventions are not making a difference, it is time to seek help from a quali�ed professional. Most schools have on-staff counselors who are skilled at handling anxiety-related behavior. Your school or your daughter’s pediatrician may also be able to refer you to an expert in your area.

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The other day I heard my junior high-aged son and his friend laughing about a classmate who passed out by snif�ng an air freshener. I wanted to ask them about it, but I thought they were probably just making up stories. Surely they were joking about this?

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kids might be sitting right under your own roof. In 2010, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration released a study about an increasingly popular youth pastime known as “huf�ng.” This, as you may have surmised from your son’s conversation, is when kids attempt to get high by inhaling common household products such as shoe polish, glue and, yes, air fresheners. It sounds absurd, but research shows that more 12-year-olds have used household products to get high than marijuana, cocaine and hallucinogens combined. This is a very real problem. The use of inhalants can cause a child’s heart rate to increase dramatically. In some cases, the end result is cardiac arrest and sudden death. Even for kids who try huf�ng only once, the risk of serious injury or death is considerable. I’m not suggesting that you lock up all of your household products. But your son needs to know that this is no laughing matter. As you talk to him about the pitfalls of alcohol abuse and illegal drugs like marijuana, be sure to let him know that “huf�ng” is a dangerous — and potentially deadly — pursuit as well. Send your questions to Focus on the Family, P.O. Box 444, Colorado Springs, CO 80995.

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et me assure you right up front that it is possible for you to gain control of your �nancial situation no matter how dif�cult or impossible things may appear right now. In the same way you had to learn the three Rs as a child (reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic!), there are three Rs of personal �nancial recovery that form the foundation of meaningful change. Responsibility. No matter the contributing circumstances, until you are willing to take full responsibility for your �nancial situation, there is probably little hope for meaningful change. You may need to take responsibility for not participating fully in your family’s �nances. Perhaps you feel paralyzed by a divorce settlement you don’t perceive to be fair. Or you no longer feel responsible for a student loan because you’ve quit school or you aren’t working in your profession of choice. You demonstrate your commitment to take full responsibility when you: 1. Accept ownership. Even if you were not the only contributor to the mess, you need to take responsibility for it. Stop looking back, stop wishing, and stop whining. If it has your name on it, it’s your responsibility. 2. Stop running. Like most who �nd themselves on shaky �nancial ground, you’re not really sure exactly how much you owe. Instead of hanging up on your creditors, throwing away the bills and doing everything you can to avoid facing the music, stop running. Accept the calls, do the right thing, learn the truth, get it down in writing, inhale deeply, and take responsibility.

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hunt everydAy cheApskAte 3. Make a commitment. If you will promise to do whatever it takes to repay your debt and learn to live within your means, I can promise you a bright future. It won’t be a bed of roses — but it will be worth it, I promise you that. Regret. There are two aspects to this second “R.” 1. Regret must be genuine. It’s important that you regret making poor choices. Perhaps you arrogantly presumed on future income to cover present whims, lied to your spouse or falsi�ed credit applications. You need to regret whatever it is that has contributed to where you are. But it’s more than that. 2. Regret must also include repentance. To repent means simply to turn around and go in another direction. You have to stop doing things the way you have been. Repair. There are many ways to repair a �nancial disaster. Counseling through the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (www. nfcc.org) is one way. Another is to develop your own get-out-of-debt plan. Above all, you need to concentrate on reducing expenses and increasing income. The good news is that putting the three Rs into practice, most �nancial situations can be repaired, and in less time than you ever dreamed possible. Write Mary Hunt at Everyday Cheapskate, P.O. Box 2135, Paramount, CA 90723, or Email her at mary@everydaycheapskate.com.

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ear Carolyn: My two sons, 13 and 9, love to play sports, with me and with each other, and I love that too. Despite being much younger and smaller, the 9-year-old routinely whips his big brother in driveway basketball, sprints past him in footraces and easily belts baseballs over the fence while his big brother strikes out. The 13-year-old gets upset and is starting to develop “take my ball and go home” tendencies, which I don’t want to encourage. Any thoughts on how I can work on this? — Sports With Sons The reality you can’t escape (well, one of them) is that your older son has to work on this himself. Nothing you say to buck him up will actually buck him up. He knows what he sees. A loving parent’s job is around the edges. You can: (1) Show con�dence in your son that he’ll manage this cosmic gut-punch, and sympathy that he has to. After he complains about a whupping, say: “Yeah, that can’t feel great. I know you’ll �nd your way past it, though.” If he comes back with, “How?!” then you get to ask, “Great question. What do you think?” Or if it’s just a sarcastic, “Gee thanks,” then you get to shrug and say, “It doesn’t sound pretty, but, doesn’t it beat the alternatives?” He has to answer these questions anyway, and by not attempting to answer for him, you imply that he can handle that responsibility. You also avoid the “You’re good at other things” trope, which is just eye-roll bait. And, you open the door to the idea of getting past it, versus stopping at getting upset. (2) Serve as a source of perspective, overtly when asked and subtly at other times. Everyone — everyeveryeveryone — gets beaten by the proverbial 9-year-old. When it’s brother on brother, it feels like an

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tell me About it insult versus an abstraction, but the story of your 9 versus 13 is no different from, say, Dara Torres versus me in the pool. I will lose every time (and she’s my age!), and I have to live with the knowledge that she has gifts I don’t. The process your older son faces is exactly the same as anyone else’s in all of humanity: There’s always someone better. But, he has his purpose, and it will just have to do. No doubt he still needs to �nd what his strengths are, and ways to �nd satisfaction in them, which brings us to ... (3) Invest in the “You’re good at other things” trope anyway — just not in those words, or any words. Instead, take an interest in his interests, and drive him to the practices/rehearsals/ meetings they involve, and show the same joy in your body language when he accomplishes X as you show when your 9-year-old thumps one over the fence. Are you at a point now, as (apparently) a sportslover, where you can do that credibly? Probably not. The scholar gets grades, the artist gets admiration, the best mechanics or engineers are the ones whose work we can take for granted — but the performer or athlete entertains. The face of a proud parent, though, looks the same no matter what, and praise for a child’s hard work and progress uses the same words no matter what. The effort to get involved — supportively — confers the same con�dence that you value who he is, no matter what. Write to Carolyn Hax at Tell Me About It, Sunday Source, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, DC 20071. Email: tellme@washingtonpost. com.


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Two houses were joined to create Steve and Judy Goozh’s family retreat on Breton Bay in Leonardtown, Md. From the outside, the similarities and differences between the two houses are easily seen. The materials are the same, but the roofline and windows are different. On left, a columned veranda encircles the house. On right, the great room in the 1910 side of the house overlooks the porch.

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t was a sunny afternoon in the late spring of 2003 when Adam Goozh, then 30, knocked on the kitchen door of an old house in St. Mary’s County. The bright light reflected off the water of Southern Maryland’s Breton Bay, right behind the house. He had heard that the house and the large working farm surrounding it might be for sale, he explained to the woman who answered the door. “I stayed in the car with Jackson.” That’s Judy Goozh, Adam’s mother, explaining with a laugh how she huddled with Adam’s Labrador retriever while her son did the talking. Adam, his mother says, had been looking for a place on the water, whereas Judy and her husband, Steve, “always had this vision of having a family compound,” a place where everyone could gather for weekends and holidays. Knocking on that kitchen door was the first step in the family’s nine-year odyssey, which involved buying 68 of the farm’s 250 acres with an investment partner for $1.2 million, then dividing the land and selling off some of it, with the Goozh clan eventually winding up with the house and outbuildings on six acres. Actually, it was two houses,

sitting side by side. One was built around 1907. Then, in 1910, a second, very similar house — same slate-covered gambrel roof, same white clapboard cladding — was built about 12 feet away, to accommodate the family’s relatives. With a white clapboard facade joining them, the houses presented a united front to visitors. But behind the facade, the houses were stitched together only by a screened-in area, connecting them only on the ground floor.

From two to one

The Goozhes — he is a 67year-old orthodontist, she is a 65-year-old former clinical social worker — bought the place from the Greenwells, one of the families that trace their Maryland roots back to the mid-17th century. And although the Goozhes might not know St. Mary’s County as well as those early settlers did, they know this house intimately, having taken it down to the studs and rebuilt it over the course of two years and $400,000. Sitting on the bay, the house now is an improved version of its historical self. The most obvious addition is the simple but graceful columned veranda that encircles most of the house. The front door now leads into a real foyer, replacing that screened-in area. To the right is

the “family side” of the house, as the Goozhes call it. Walls were torn out here to open up a cramped kitchen and dining room and connect them to the living room to create a spacious, open family room, complete with an enormous flat-panel TV. There’s a long farm table adjacent, surrounded by a dozen chairs. “We bought (the table) before the house was ready,” says Judy Goozh, “because it had enough chairs” to seat three generations of Goozhes: Steve and Judy; Adam and his wife and two children; and daughter Devon, with her husband and three kids.

Opening things up

“One change we made,” Steve Goozh says, pointing toward the kitchen dining area, “was to open up this wall so we could see out to the water.” The wall had had a couple of small kitchen windows, but now it’s a yards-long stretch of glass doors, energy-efficient, of course. The family side of the house needed that wall-ectomy to enable modern, open-plan living. The other side needed no such surgery. If you turn left at the front door, you go down a few steps and see a large, open “great room” in front of you. Once dark paneling, the wood walls now are a toasty taupe. The only thing the Goozhes removed from this area

was a kind of “hunting closet” that held shotguns, rods and reels, replacing it with a sink and icemaker for drink service. The south wall opens onto the veranda, with a view of the water and the family’s outdoor pursuits — crabbing, kayaking and swimming in the sandy-bottomed bay. Steve Goozh worked closely with Washington-area architect Paul Maarec on the bones of the house, guiding the overall plan, specifying molding and glass transoms over new doors in keeping with the old ones, and turning windows into French doors to enhance views. “My grandfather was a builder in New York,” he says. “Maybe I inherited some of his genes.” He pulled out two giant boilers from the basement and invested in geothermal heating and a forced-air system.

Picking a color scheme

The lavender-lined path to the house and other plantings also are Steve’s passion. But inside, things fell largely to Judy. She turned to Rachelle Roth of Bethesda’s Urban Country, who filled the house with furniture and accessories ordered through the store. Judy wanted the colors in the rooms to be “like sea glass,” and Roth’s designer, Amy Gudelsky, came up with fabrics in aquas and sea greens to fit the bill. The great room has broad upholstered

chairs, some that swivel to accommodate water-gazing as well as conversation. “The family room has a little more color,” but the overall feeling is light and airy, says Roth, who helped decorate Judy and Steve’s Bethesda home as well as their daughter, Devon’s. The St. Mary’s County house “has nooks and crannies,” she adds, “but it feels open.” Urban Country also provided two square dining tables and a straight-back settee for the dining room. The tables can be joined: “We can seat 30 in that room,” Judy says. Touches of painted whimsy — a squirrel at the bottom of the stairs, a dragonfly on the wall of what became the “dragonfly bedroom” — were added by local painter Mary Beth Griffin. In keeping the original shape of the two houses, the bedrooms upstairs on both sides are configured much the way they have always been — four bedrooms on the family side (with three baths), in a tight traditional pinwheel of rooms around the stairwell, and two bedrooms on the great-room side. The upstairs parts of the house have been connected by doors in two bedrooms that lead out onto the flat roof, now topped by a pergola. Two laundry rooms, two ground-floor half-baths and a sunroom complete the picture.

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BIDS ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR FLINT COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Project Information Sealed bid proposals will be accepted from qualified contractors by Flint Community Schools for Flint Community Schools for Flint Bid Pack #15 - Southwestern Academy High School HVAC Upgrades and for Flint Bid Pack #16 - Genesee Area Skill Center Re-Roofing. Proposals may be mailed or delivered in person to: Andrea Derricks, Chief Financial Officer c/o Flint Community Schools 923 E. Kearsley St. Flint, MI 48503 Pre-Bid Meeting A pre-bid meeting and project walk-through for Flint Bid Pack #15 - Southwestern Academy High School HVAC Upgrades will be on October 25, 2012 at 11:00 AM (local time) at the Southwestern Academy Community Room. A pre-bid meeting and project walk-through for Flint Bid Pack #16 - Genesee Area Skill Center ReRoofing will be on October 25, 2012, at 10:00 AM (local time) at the Genersee Area Skill Center. Bid Information Proposals must be received prior to 2:00 p.m. (local time) on November 1, 2012 at the Flint Community Schools Administration Office. Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud at 2:05 p.m. in the Flint Community Schools Sarvis Conference Center. All bids received after 2:00 p.m. on the bid date will not be accepted and will be returned to the Bidder unopened. Proposals and Award The Owner will award contracts on or about November 14, 2012. Plans and Questions Interested Bidders should contact Wolgast Corporation at (989)790-9120 Bid Security A Bid Security by a qualified surety authorized to do business in the state where the Project is located and in the amount of five percent (5%) of the Base Bid shall accompany each proposal or proposal combination Familial Disclosure All bidders must proved familial disclosure in compliance with MCL 380.1267 and attach this information to the bid. The bid shall be accompanied by a sworn and notarized statement disclosing any familial relationship that exists between the Owner or the employee of the bidder and any member of the board, intermediate school board, or board of directors or the superintendent of the school district, intermediate superintended of the intermediate school district, or chief executive office or the public school academy. The District shall not accept a bid that does not include this sworn and notarized disclosure statement. Owner Rights The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, accept a bid other than the low bid, and to waive informalities, irregularities, and/or errors in the bid proposals, which they feel to be in their own best interest.

MT. MORRIS TOWNSHIP WILL BE ACCEPTING BIDS ON THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES: 2009 Crown Vic Patrol Car #170 - 71,798 miles minimum bid: $3,500.00 2009 Crown Vic Patrol Car #171 - 78,650 miles minimum bid: $3,500.00 2010 Crown Vic Patrol Car #172 - 72,181 miles minimum bid: $2,000.00 (bad transmission)

needs and project proposals concerning the use of APPLIANCES $89 PLUS Federal CDBG Funds for FREE 1 YR WARRANTY the period from May 1, Trade-in your used appli2013 to April 30, 2015. ance and get $30 credit The Hearing will also pro- toward NEW! Shop Just vide an opportunity for Like New Stores, 2307 S. citizens to comment on Saginaw, 810-341-1663 or past CDBG Projects. If you 2970 Flushing, 235-3474. have any questions, contact Clerk Catherine Lane UCTIONS at (810) 424-2602 or lane@twp. gran d-blanc. UCTIONEERS mi.us

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HAWAII - 2 Round trip air fares. Leave Detroit, $199 ONLINE LAND AUCTION each. Call 1-800-325-8816. - GENESEE CO.

VEHICLES Adopting your newborn is our dream. Love awaits. Exp.Pd. ALL APPLIANCES - Clean Jackie & Ivan 1-800-380-8959 Sealed bids are being ac- The purpose of the Hear- with warranty. 810-744-3940 cepted by the Mass Trans- ing is to obtain citizen Call Anytime. portation Authority (MTA), 1401 S. Dort Hwy, Flint, MI 48503, for the Sale of Retired Transit Vehicles. Sealed bids must be received by Friday, October 19th, 2012 @ 10:00 am; bids will be opened publicly and read aloud on Friday, October 19th, 2012 @ 10:05 am. Bids must be labeled "Sale of Transit Vehicles" The MTA reserves the right to waive any informality in the Request for Proposals; to reject any or all proposals; and to make any award which it considers to be in the best interest of the MTA. The MTA reserves the right to use whatever reasonable and prudent evaluations techniques it deems appropriate. No proposal may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days after submission. The used vehicles for sale will be sold "As Is, Where Is". Not all vehicles are road worthy. Bid packages may be obtained at MTA, 1401 S. Dort Hwy., Flint, MI 48503 from the Purchasing Agent on or after October 15, 2012. Prospective bidders are encouraged to inspect the used equipment so they know what they are bidding on. The equipment will be available for inspection Thursday, October 18th, 2012 @ 1:00-3:00 pm at MTA, 1401 S. Dort Hwy, Flint, MI 48503. It is the responsibility of the successful bidder to remove the paid in full vehicles from the MTA premises by Friday, October 26, 2012 close of business

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PARCEL #1: 93 Acres +/Farm Land (63 Acres +/Tillable) On Lennon Rd. in Flint Twp., Section 30, Genesee County. PARCEL #2: 40 Acres +/- Wooded/ Recreational Land with Large Pond (Lots of Wildlife!), Behind the ’Lexington Farms’ Subdivision. On Mt. Morris Rd. in Mt. Morris Twp., Section 5. PARCEL #2A: 100’ x 200’ Lot on Mt. Morris Rd. In Mt. Morris Twp., Section 5. ’Approx. Address’: 5384 W. Mt. Morris Rd., Mt. Morris, MI. PARCEL # 3 : 58 Acres +/- Farm Land ( 44.8 Ac. +/- Tillable) and Approx. 8 Acres +/- Wooded. Located in Flushing Twp., Section 24, Has 44 Sanitary & Water Taps for Proposed Subdivision. PARCEL #3A: 1.97 Acres +/- Building Site @ 8029 W. Coldwater Rd., Flushing, MI. 100’ frontage x 860’ deep. PARCEL #4: 21.75 Acres +/- Farm Lan d. On the corner of Elms Rd. and Mt. Morris Rd. in Section 7 of Mt. Morris Twp. ’Approx. Address’: 7468 N. Elms Rd., Flushing, MI. PARCEL #5: Commercial Building @ 3026 Coldwater Rd., Mt. Morris Twp. Call For Bid Packet w/Addresses, Aerial Views, Terms, Etc. Albrecht Auction Service -Vassar, MI989.823.8835 www.BidNow.us

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rectly across from the Genesee Valley Mall). "The Edward Leyanna Estate" Don’t Miss This Great Once In A Lifetime Auction!

tor, alfalfa seeder, Mower conditioner, hay equipment (baler, basket, rake, conveyor), manure spreader, brush mower, livestock gates, feeders & waterers, Zero-turn mower, rough sawn hardwood, railroad ties, North Star 16hp V-Twin 10K watt generator, welder, torches, saws, drill press, sanders, hand & power tools, Washer & Dryer, Freezer, Bedroom suite, antique bed, tables & chairs, ornate pump organ, butcher block table, couch, recliners, gun cabinet, antlers, Oldsmobile pitcher/ tumblers, knickknacks, sewing machine & many other items. AUCTION - 2 RINGS! Wed, Oct. 17, 10 am I-69 to Bancroft exit 113 / Grand River Rd., south (right) to Lemon Rd., south 1 3/4 miles to 9110 LEMON RD, Bancroft, MI 48414. Online bidding at noon on Farm Equipment at proxibid.com

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Bids are due by noon, Oct. 20th, 10am-3pm MONSTER LIVE AUCTION Mon., Oct. 22, 2012. All Crafts, books, jewelry, PUBLIC NOTICE SAT, OCT 20TH at 2 PM attic treasures, cookie walk bids must be submitted to & bakery. Pasties & sloppy the township clerk’s of- The Charter Township of 3001 Robert T. Longway Blvd, joes for lunch- 11am-2pm fice: G-5447 Bicentennial Mt. Morris will hold a pub- Flint, MI 48506. 810-744Dr., Mt. Morris, MI 48458. lic needs hearing on the 4596. Top of the line selection: furniture, appliances, use of its 2013 Federal electronics, tools, home gym, CHURCH OF THE Community Development household, much, much more! HOLY FAMILY (CDBG) PUBLIC SERVICE Over 1,000 items. Check out ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW Program funds on October Thursday’s Journal or our 9a.m. - 4p.m. Saturday, Oct 27 22, 2012 at 5:30 PM in the website for huge listing 9a.m.- 3p.m. Sunday, Oct 28 OUND Over 50 tables of hand-crafted Trustee Board Room, 5447 www.monsterauction.net items, raffle, bake sale. Bicentennial Dr., Mt. MorFather Bush Parish Center MYAUCTIONHOUND.COM FOUND DOG - Female Pit Bull. ris, MI 48458.

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MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES CEMETERY PLOTS (2) with 2 vaults in Crestwood Memorial Cemetery. In Apostle Lots C & D. $1,500 each. Please Call 810-701-6416

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ing is to offer an opportu- BIDDING OPENS OCT. 11 Auction items include 1969 nity for citizens to express Schwinn tandem bicycle, their ideas on community vintage toys, antique glass, needs and project proposvintage china, vintage GM als concerning the use of collectibles, sterling, vintage Federal CDBG funds for Christmas, vintage sporting, the 2013- 2016 program. architectural 1950 soapbox The hearing will also procar, toy train, antique vide an opportunity for furniture, WWII items, Buddy citizens to comment on Lee doll, and much more! past CDBG protects. Visit myauctionhound.com for more details.

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PUBLIC NOTICE The Charter Township of Mundy will hold a Public Needs Hearing on the use of its 2013 - 2015 three-year Public Service Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program funds on Monday, October 22, 2012, at 7:00 p.m., in the Mundy Township Administration Building, located at 3478 Mundy Avenue, Swartz Creek, MI 48473. The purpose of the hearing is to offer an opportunity for citizens to express their ideas on community needs and project proposals concerning the use of Public Service Federal CDBG funds for the 2013 2015 Program Years. The hearing will also provide an opportunity for citizens to comment on past CDBG projects. Tonya L. Ketzler, Clerk Charter Township of Mundy Mundy Township, through the Mundy Township Clerk’s Office, upon proper and timely notice, will provide necessary, reasonable auxiliary aids and service to individuals with disabilities at any meeting or public hearing. Publication date: Oct. 14, 2012

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11824 S. Saginaw St., Grand Blanc. (810) 629-9554 New crafters welcome!

CRAFTERS AND VENDORS Wanted - For fall Craft show in Flint. For more info, summerfest130 @gmail.com

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PEKINGESE PUPPIES - Beautiful, fluffy, playful Pekingese puppies. $400. For more info call (616) 735-4776 PIT BULL PUPS - UKC Parents titled show champions, also XL Blue Bullies, guaranteed, lifetime support, paid plans. 2 6 9 - 4 9 2 - 5 0 1 1 trueheartkennelz.com

CHEVY 1992 CAVALIER Z24 - Runs good, good on gas, $1,200. Call 810-597-7838

RECREATION CAMPERS & TRAILERS FOR SALE

PUGGLE PUPPIES- mom is puggle, dad is AKC Pug, $250; 810-931-3590

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DISCOVERY 2001 MOTOR DODGE 2011 AVENGER H O M E - Diesel, 2 slides, new Red, heat package, U-Connect tires, battery, ready to go, satellite radio, less than 39,900 miles. $55,000. Call 7,000 miles, perfect condi810-653-3242. tion, just like new, 3.6 V6. $15,000 obo. 810-687-6084. FORD 1988 JAMBOREE- 61k mi, great shape, sleeps 6, FORD 2004 MUSTANG many extras, $4,800 (616) Convertible, white w/ tan 914-4121 leather, 53k actual miles, just $8898. Call Hank Graff FORD 1994 MONTEGO - 30 Davison, 810-653-4111 ft, sleeps 8. full loaded, 37,000 miles, A/C, generator, mircowave, stove, refrigera- FORD 1999 ESCORT ZX2 tor, Best Offer. (810) 785- Sunroof, only 77k actual miles, great on gas, no rust, 6032 or (810) 516-3284. $3398. Call Hank Graff DaviM O T O R H O M E -M O U N T A IN son, 810-653-4111 AIRE, year 2000, 40 ft. diesel pusher. 350 cummins engine. MERCURY 2009 MILAN - 4 Allison trans. Spartan door sedan, loaded, tuxedo chassie, 37,560 miles, 8,000 black, aluminum alloy wheels, watt diesel generator, 14 ft.- in excellent condition, with slideout, leveling jacks, T.V., CarFax report,, $11,500. Call dish, awnings all around, (810) 336-1928 slideout storage, stored in heated garage, all bells & OLDS 2001 INTRIGUE - Like whistles, 1-owner, excellent new condition, 13k, leather, shape, looks like new. loaded $4998. Call Hank Graff $90,000 or best offer, Please Davison, 810-653-4111 Call (989) 860-9082 PONTIAC 2006 G6 TP - 4dr. fully loaded, 2 tone leather, huge sunroof! $5498 Hank Graff Davison, 810-653-4111 PONTIAC 2005 GRAND AM $99 down payment. Call Jerry 810-234-1200 PONTIAC 2003 GRAND PRIX $99 down payment. Call Lewis B 810-234-1200

checked, $200. 810-820-7498

GERMAN SHEPHERD - male, AKC, 10 months old, black & red, excellent temperament, neutered, $900. Please Call 810-434-0838 or visit online winddancerkennels.com

PETS & FARMS FARM EQUIPMENT FORD 1948 8N TRACTOR New tires and chains, w/ cultivator. Mechanically sound and runs excellent! Asking $2450. Call (810) 653-1605 OR (810) 293-0421

DAVISON - Rain or shine, Oct. 19th - 21st from 10am-6pm, ETS UPPLIES tons of hunting & fishing items, 10 guns, boats, gocart, quads, ice shanties, AMERICAN BULLDOG CKC tools, antiques, collectibles, Puppies for sale! $300, Call early 1900’s Winchester 248 245-3777 stuff, hundreds of new and www.alessisamericanbulldogs. used fishing lures, and much com much more! 9010 East Coldwater Rd. No early sales! BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG - AKC and OFA, GRAND BLANC - 7474 Vassar PUPPIES Rd., 48439 Oct. 18-20. 9-5PM. call for pick of litter, great family dog! 5 males, 1 female, No early sales! Cash Only! Call Heidi. (810) 391-6527

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CHIHUAHUA TEACUP PUP - SHIH-TZU & LAB PUPPIES P Y - CKC, $500.00, female CKC papers, first shots & dew vet checked 810-793-7072 claws, labs: 3 females, 2 FIXED INCOME? males, shih-tzu: 2 females, 1 BAD CREDIT? COLLIE PUPPIES- AKC, white male, $400/obo, All major We finance! or sable white, good blood cards accepted 989-326-7536 We Take Trade! lines. $275-$450. Please Call 15 minute approval 989-335-0080. SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS 810-687-3066 Vet checked, first shots, DOGUE DE BORDEAUX - wormed, 7 weeks, $350. Call AKC, known as French Mas- (989) 513-2448 REPOS tiff, mom and dad at location, DOB 8/20/12, first shots & WEIMARANER PUPS - AKC, No Bank Financing Necessary! 810-686-2776 wormed w/ health certifcate, 1st shots, tails, dews done. $12,000. (269) 924-2859 Champ. bloodline, parents on site $500/550. 989-529-1517. ENGLISH BULL DOG - AKC RESALE CARS Male, 12 weeks, shots, ready TRUCKS AND to go now to pet home only, SUV’S $1,600. Call (989) 443-9173 Financing for everyone $500 Down. ENGLISH BULLDOG Paul or Mike 785-6776 PUPPIES - AKC. Shots, $1,800. Call (248) 214-6091

Has a great opportunity for an individual wanting to start their own delivery business by becoming an owner/ operator of a DELIVERY TRUCK! This GREAT opportunity comes with SUPER SECURITY and UNLIMITED Earning Potential. This is YOUR opportunity to work with the #1 Home FREE RESCUED KITTENS - YORKIE/LHASA MIX - males, Improvement Center!! To good homes. Please Call little cuties, first shots, vet Call: 715-876-4000 (810) 252-7385

CHRYSLER 2011 200- Hard top convertible, silver, heated beige leather, fully loaded, power seats, on board computer, 13,000 mi., asking $26,500. Call (989) 684-4854.

J A Y C O 2007 5TH WHEEL - Chrysler 2004 Concorde LXILike new condition. Sleeps 6. FWD, mint condition, N. CaroStove, shower, refrigerator, lina car, 98,800 miles, $4,000. furnace, double bed, bath- Call (810) 214-1869 room, A/C, microwave. $17,750; (810) 564-9940 Chrysler 2002 - PT Cruiser priebekaren119@yahoo.com Limited Automatic excellent condition, Silver, heated seats, leather, sun roof, New OTOR OME Tires,Timing belt, and Radiator $4400, (810)908-1780 OR ALE

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MINI-AMERICAN ESKIMOSwhite, fluffy, cotton balls, 1st shots, $250; 810-874-2434

POMERANIAN PUPPIES - 10 weeks, males and females, shots, wormed, home raised, vet checked, health guaranDOB 8/5, ready 10/10 to go teed! $300. Call 517-230-7632 their forever home. Vet checked, 1st shots, $950 586- P O M E R A N I A N - Puppies, 8 weeks old, 4 cream males, 354-5728 or 5reubers@att.net AKC, 1st shots & wormed. CHIHUAHUA PUPS - CKC, $350. Call 989-213-2004. vet checked, 1st shots, wormed, variety of colors, home raised, parents on site, $175-$275. 989-387-2211

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CHEVY 1994 CAVALIER Only 49k miles, runs and drives great, good first car, $2998 Call Hank Graff Davison, 810-653-4111

LAB PUPPIES - AKC, 2 yellow & 2 chocolate left, 7 weeks old, dew-claws, potty trained, wormed. $350 989-233-3534

FLINT TOWNSHIP Garage/ BERNESE MOUNTAIN PUP Estate - 6050 Mapleridge P I E S . AKC, shots wormed. Drive Western Hills subdivi- Available Oct 12, Please call LABRADOR PUPS- registered, taking deposits, ready after sion, Dye and Calkins Thurs- 810-287-0932 end of October, dewclaws reday Thru Saturday 10-4pm, moved, vet checked, males antiques, books, china, cloth- BICHON CHIHUAHUA - $600; females $650; (989) ing and accessories, Wormed and shots, $300, all 823-3741 collectibles, costume jewelry, white. Call (989) 225-9898. electronics, furniture, glassLABS - Adult, AKC, must sell ware, home decor items, BOUVIERS PUPPIES due to moving, males & fekitchen items, women’s AKC, 3 male, 3 female. Call males, Yellows & Chocolates. 989-245-7018 clothing, $150-$200. Call 989-362-8118 BOXER PUPPIES - (4) Males, or 989-820-8533 L I N D E N - 12519 JENNINGS, brindle, tails docked, dew (across from LFHS) Oct 18- claws, 6 weeks old on 10/15, MALTESE PUPPIES - Little 20, Thurs-Sat, 9-6p; Furni- mother BKC registered, $250. beauties, 8 wks. old, AKC, 1shot, vet checked with health ture, Household, Tools, Misc 989-249-1479 Leave message. certificate. Call (810) 635LIVING ESTATE SALE BRITTANY PUPS- AKC, ex- 8289 or (810) 210-8574 October 18, 19 & 20. cellent hunters or pets, 4614 Bryant, Flint. 9am-5pm. shots/wormed, males $250, MALTESE PUPS - 1st shot, Numbers will be passed out females $350, parents on vet checked, Pedigree parents. Call 810-344-9105 at 8am. Furniture Etc. site; Call (616) 896-8512 MALTESE PUPS - AKC, open registration, snow white with black points. Dogs of a USICAL ERCHANDISE thousand kisses! Easily trained, $800. Call (810) 4599743 or repunzelli@yahoo.com GUITARS BELOW WHOLE S A L E ! - I take trades. Appt. only. Call (810) 686-2253 or BULL MASTIFF PUPPIES (810) 922-6248 AKC, full registeration, 3 brindle females, 4 weeks old, accepting deposits. $800. Please Call (810) 458-3797

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K I T T E N S - FREE to a good home, black & white & 1 gray, very cute. Call 810-736-6766.

DAVISON - Estate Sale- 304 Rosemore Dr. East off M15 on E. South St., second Right.Oct 18-21 Thurs-Sun, 9a-5p antiques Christmas, Camel/ Coke Collectables.

CANE CORSO MASTIFFS AUCTION ICCF reg., available Nov. 15th. Sat. Oct. 20 - 10 AM Championship bloodlines, 12153 Marshall Rd. guaranteed health, 1st shots, Montrose tails & dew claws removed. From I-75 & M-57, $1,500 Call 616-299-9261 go west 4.3 miles CCW/CPL CLASS to Marshall Rd., go north. CATS - FREE to a good home. $80 per person Tractor * Lawn Mower 2 males, neutered, preferably October 21, 9 am Implements * Trailers stay together. (810) 394-5203 Call for a seat (517)285-9468. Tools * Vintage Boat Motors/Canoes Davison Gun & Knife Show Snowmobile/Scooter Sun, Oct 21, 9-3p, K of C Truck, Trailer, Tractors, Restaurant Equipment Hall, 8428 Davison Rd 989Farm Machinery, Tools Gas Pumps & Advertising 686-6535 Collectibles & Furniture Antiques & Collectibles 2000 Chevy 3500 truck w/hoist See website for details. & flatbed, tandem-axle trail- GUNS - Model 12 winchester, Rowley’s Auction Service er, Kubota M9000 tractor 12 guage, 3 in. Magnum, Vent 810-724-4035 w/loader, Duetz Allis 7120 Rib, $800. Call (989) 798-1405 CAVALIER KING CHARLES P U P P I E S - AKC, tri-color, tractor, Plow, Field CultivaRowleyAuctions.com

Notice is hereby given that Center Academy, a Michigan nonprofit corporation (the "Corporation"), shall dissolve effective on June 30, 2012. All persons with claims against the Corporation are requested to present them in accordance with this notice. Claims must RESALE & be filed with the Corpora- CAMPBELLS tion at the following ad- A U C T I O N , M-F 5089 Dixie dress: Goldman & Associ- Waterford. (248) 673-7120 ID 12801 ates, PLC, Attention: Errol auctionzip.com Goldman, 5253 W. eBay: Big Auction Nut Lakeview Drive, Pentwater, MI 49449. Each claim EDDIE’S AMUSEMENT CO. AUCTION must include the name LIVE PUBLIC & SAT. OCT. 19 & 20 and address of the claim- FRI. @ 10 A.M. BOTH DAYS . ant, the basis for and Day 1 (Fri. Oct. 19) Fea amount of each claim (in tures: Trucks, Forklift, Pallet sufficient detail to permit Jacks, Industrial Shelving, the Corporation to make a Large Detroit Safe, Over reasonable judgment 2,000 45 Records, M a s s i v e whether the claim should Qty. Of New Billiard Supplies be accepted or rejected), Including Cues & Balls, Large documentation establish- A m o u n t Of Dart Related ing the claim and the date Merchandise, Many New Pokor dates on which each er Items, New & Vintage claim arose. Each claim Parts For Pinball Machines, must be received by the Juke Boxes, Pool Tables & ArCorporation no later than cade Games. Day 2 (Sat. 20) Features: (7) Pool the close of business on Oct. Tables, (10) Juke Boxes, ArNovember 30, 2012. The cade Games, (30) Pinball Maclaim will be barred if it is chines, Slots & Other Gaming not received by the Items For Parts Or RestoraCorporation by such date. tion, New Gaming Furni The giving of this notice ture, Beer Memorabilia & does not constitute recog- Lots More. For A Complete nition that the person to Listing With Over 150 whom the notice is direct- Photo’s Visit w w w . j o h n John ed has a valid claim peckauctions.com against the Corporation. Peck Auctions Or Call (989) This notice is given on be- 426-8061. Eddies Amusement half of the Corporation Co. Is Located @ 4487 Miller Rd., Flint, MI 48507 (Dieffective May 16, 2012.

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TRADE IT IN Running or Not! No Games! 810-687-6044

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PONTIAC 2002 SUNFIRE Low miles! sunroof, good rubber, red, spotless, just $7798. Call Hank Graff Davison, 810653-4111 PONTIAC 1989 GTA Runs great, looks great, $5,500 OBO. Also a Pontiac 1979, runs good, $4,500 OBO. Please Call 989-659-2299 SATURN 2002 SC2 - 132,000 mi., Burgundy, runs well, new tires, Air, CD $2,000, (248)515-7826

CARS IMPORTS SATURN 2007 AURA 100,000 miles, new tires, V6, 4 door, cloth interior, white, excellent condition, $7,500. Please Call (810) 733-2136

CLASSIC ANTIQUE CORVETTE’S WANTED 1953-1972, any condition, competitive buyer, 800-8503656 www.corvettebuyer.com

MERCEDES 1987 - 560 SL 39200 mi., Excellent condition, all original, anthracite BUICK 2010 LUCERNE CXGERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES - Females, shots, YORKIEPOO PUPPIES- toy estate sale, 10,681 miles, ga- (charcoal) exterior, burgundy non- leather interior, a/c ice cold, wormed, paper trained. $350 size, apricot, boys, 8 wks, rage kept, like-new, removable hard top, rare rear smoker, $18,900 Call (810) Call 810-308-9158 $250; 810-931-3590 seat, always garaged, never 210-3980. GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP - YORKIE in snow, non-smoker. PUPPIES - 3 fePIES - Purebred, $300 each. males, 2 males, born 8/4/12, BUICK 2009 ENCLAVE - Fully $19,700. Call (810)516-4672 Only 3 left! Call 989-661-7908 tails docked, dew claws re- loaded, DVD in head rest, moved, first shots, $400 navigation, 2 roofs, 3rd row PECKER HEAD’S 20TH GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPSseats, $21998. Call Hank ANNUAL SWAP MEET each. Bonnie 989-635-2231 Black and red, West German Graff Davison, 810-653-4111 Hot Rods, Cars, & Trucks. world champion blood lines, YORKIE PUPPIES - Pure bred, ultimate family companion, registered, black & tan, $450- BUICK 2003 REGAL 3800 V6, Sunday, Oct. 14th, 9am-2pm. Springfield Oaks. 12451 Call (231) 640-4154 spotless, 99k, new Michelins, $550. Call (810) 338-7087 non smoker, $7498. Call Hank Andersonville Rd., Davisburg MI. Call 248-431-8244 for info YORKIES - Adorable, shots, Graff Davison, 810-653-4111 1&1/2yrs male & 5yrs female, AACA SWAP $250, (810) 513-5529 CHEVY 2007 IMPALA- flex SAGINAW fuel, black exterior, leather, M EET - 8a-2p. Oct. 21. Suski mlsmsw2000@yahoo.com fully loaded, exceptionally Chevrolet, Birch Run, MI. low miles, 23K mi, perfectly Spaces, $15. 989-777-0964 maintained, like-new condiLANTS REES tion, $13,500 Call Steve, 248GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS HRUBS 757-8005 great family dog, 1st shots, OTORCYCLES $250; 810-874-2434 TREES FOR SALE - Five CHEVY 2006 MALIBU - SpotERVICE less, LT model, good rubber, G R I F F I C H O N DESIGNER Yellow Locusts & Maple Puppies, Non-shed, Small, Trees., Castor Bean Seeds. nice car! $7998 Call Hank ANNUAL GIANT Graff Davison, 810-653-4111 Cute. $199. Call 989-777-1027 Reasonable. (810) 653-3337 MOTORCYCLE SWAP MEET Birch Run Expo Center CHEVY 2000 MONTE CARLO JACK RUSSELL PUPS Calm, Black w/ black leather, sun- Sun. Oct. 21st, 11am-4pm, $9 dedicated, wormed, vet FREE PARKING roof, leather, highway miles, checked, 1st shots. Parents To sell 800-968-4242 only $3998 Call Hank Graff on site. Cute markings. Ready www.motorcycleswap.com Davison, 810-653-4111 to go. $250 - $350 Please call Your home. By all means. (989) 426-1536 CHEVY 1999 CAVALIER - 2 HARLEY DAVIDSON 2011 dr. auto, only 86k miles, new ELECTRAGLIDE CLASSICKITTENS- 6 - 12 wks, nice varitires, only $4798. Call Hank 1800 mi, lots of extras, ety of colors well socialized, mlive.com/homes (810) 735-5861 Graff Davison, 810-653-4111 $21,000 (989) 415-3980

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Yr

Mi.

WebID

Price

Dealer

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59k

E140696

$18,894

Dealer Name

Phone # 123-456-7890

E140696

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Yr

Car Name

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Mi.

WebID

Price

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$34,995 Dealer Name

Dealer

Phone # 123-456-7890

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866-879-6010

866-283-8626

SP50544

866-491-3844

866-879-6010

888-379-9293

866-207-2670

EL

‘00 207k

Dealer

H14086A

$5,000

Thelen Honda

Yr

A4

Mi.

Dealer

‘11 41k

31765A

$27,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘10 41k

68941A

$27,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

LeSabre

‘03 102k

31180

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Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

SRX

‘11 29k

25170A

$28,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LeSabre

‘05 135k

8812P

$7,000

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800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 30k

21706A

$28,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Lucerne

‘06 83k

23064A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 16k

8867P

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800-519-7950

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‘07 75k

31146B

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800-519-7950

SRX

‘10 29k

31605

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866-283-8626

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‘07 69k

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$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

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‘11 37k

31553

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866-283-8626

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‘08 24k

25037A

$16,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

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T20673A

$29,444 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

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$17,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

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‘10 62k

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866-283-8626

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‘09 32k

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‘11 28k

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$31,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

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‘07 40k

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$17,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

SRX

‘10 27k

4416

$31,998 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

Lucerne

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8834P

$18,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 21k

69554A

$32,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Rainier

‘04 99k

25026A

$7,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 29k

69462A

$33,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Regal

‘00 147k

31516A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 19k

31624

$33,800 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Regal

‘00 100k

24025B

$5,400

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 22k

69198A

$34,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Regal

‘11 26k

120998A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘10 19k

31674

$34,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Regal

‘11 26k

21305A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 25k

30735A

$36,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Regal

‘11 15k

31667

$20,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

SRX

‘11 13k

8857P

$37,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Regal

‘11 32k

F2688A

$22,179 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

SRX

‘11 22k

69445A

$39,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Regal

‘12 7k

21442A

$22,800 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

STS

‘06 116k

30676A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Regal

‘11 7k

69001A

$22,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

STS

‘05 96k

30235A

$10,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Regal

‘12 12k

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$25,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

STS

‘07 93k

23298A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Rendezvous

‘02 162k

31864A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

STS

‘06 92k

25015B

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Rendezvous

‘02 157k

24617A

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

STS

‘06 85k

30359B

$12,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Rendezvous

‘03 154k

21531A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

STS

‘06 40k

24721A

$16,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Rendezvous

‘04 116k

24426B

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

STS

‘07 77k

31566A

$16,770 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Rendezvous

‘03 126k

24299B

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

STS

‘07 51k

66568A

$18,335 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Rendezvous

‘05 124k

8740P

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

STS

‘08 54k

31098A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Rendezvous

‘03 109k

H14333B

$7,495

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

STS

‘07 51k

07314

$22,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Rendezvous

‘07 105k

6430

$8,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

STS

‘10 48k

31717

$37,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Rendezvous

‘06 91k

24948A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Rendezvous

‘07 68k

25290A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Terraza

‘05 133k

24689A

$7,311

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Chevrolet

Terraza

‘05 98k

8860P

$7,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Terraza

‘05 78k

8738A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Avalanche

‘05 91k

8892P

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Price

Dealer

Phone #

Avalanche

‘05 92k

T20555A

$11,722 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Avalanche

‘07 114k

22371B

$17,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Avalanche

‘10 38k

69096A

$24,335 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Phone #

Avalanche

‘08 47k

24663A

$32,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Avalanche

‘11 16k

31099A

$35,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘04 91k

25000A

$9,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo

‘09 51k

8792A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘03 70k

30984A

$9,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo

‘09 79k

23924C

$8,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘06 98k

23774B

$10,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo

‘07 55k

6444

$8,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

CTS

‘06 100k

22317A

$10,933 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo

‘07 27k

1291

$9,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

CTS

‘06 98k

24290B

$11,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo

‘10 34k

22427A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘06 61k

24679B

$11,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo

‘09 8k

31421A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘07 79k

22444A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo

‘11 28k

22357A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘08 68k

31379A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo5

‘09 34k

68930A

$10,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘08 60k

31581

$21,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Aveo5

‘09 45k

6455

$10,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

CTS

‘08 47k

25015A

$21,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aveo5

‘10 20k

67818A

$12,200 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘10 55k

T20305A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Blazer

‘00 242k

1324

$1,675

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

CTS

‘10 72k

69062A

$22,200 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Blazer

‘03 107k

121185A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘11 31k

23628A

$23,933 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Blazer

‘03 102k

68524A

$5,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘10 30k

20571A

$24,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Blazer

‘04 89k

121384A

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘09 40k

31630

$24,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Blazer

‘01 75k

69623A

$8,500

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘10 52k

20842A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

C1500

‘94 187k

8829P

$2,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘09 31k

69257A

$25,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

C1500

‘97 202k

25293A

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘09 34k

24711A

$26,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

C1500

‘94 167k

31725

$4,000

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘10 21k

8807P

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

C2500

‘97 107k

25256A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘10 65k

30862A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Camaro

‘11 16k

31066B

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘11 22k

23333A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Camaro

‘10 36k

30387A

$23,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘10 25k

31535

$27,779 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Camaro

‘11 20k

121051A

$23,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘11 24k

69305A

$27,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Camaro

‘10 25k

31520

$24,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘11 25k

8897P

$28,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Camaro

‘11 4k

24771B

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘10 46k

31430

$28,770 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Camaro

‘12 30k

66783A

$25,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘10 46k

67010A

$28,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Camaro

‘11 24k

8709B

$25,822 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘10 57k

31622

$28,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Camaro

‘11 8k

24837A`

$26,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Phone #

CTS

‘10 22k

31537

$29,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Camaro

‘10 19k

23713A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

866-777-6199

WebID #

Dealer

800-519-7950

Phone #

Mi.

Mi.

Al Serra Auto Plaza

Audi Model

SRX

800-519-7950

HP12402Q $4,000

Acura Price

800-519-7950

Al Serra Auto Plaza

‘89 143k

Powered by:

WebID #

Al Serra Auto Plaza

$6,900

Allante

vehicles Mi.

$5,000

8869P

Yr

FOR LOCAL PRE-OWNED

Yr

30743A

‘03 91k

Model

866-787-4033

Model

‘02 153k

LeSabre

Cadillac

855-516-7164

Your source

LeSabre

WebID #

Price

‘04 104k

UC12065

$11,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

CTS

‘10 37k

69261A

$29,665 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Camaro

‘10 21k

07144

$29,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

A4

‘05 78k

UC12166

$15,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

CTS

‘11 26k

6429

$29,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Camaro

‘13 0k

J13C300

$45,575 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

A6

‘02 103k

UT12192

$9,995

866-879-6010

CTS

‘11 24k

20532A

$30,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Caprice

‘94 101k

24712A

$3,500

800-519-7950

Q5

‘10 49k

31292A

$32,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘11 17k

20731A

$31,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Captiva Sport

‘12 15k

6450

$26,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

allroad quattro

‘03 101k

12375ZA

$6,990

866-207-2670

CTS

‘10 25k

68169A

$31,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cavalier

‘99 152k

67109C

$2,990

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CTS

‘12 16k

69375A

$34,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cavalier

‘02 127k

8817A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘11 29k

24131A

$35,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cavalier

‘03 91k

24332A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘11 26k

69190A

$35,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cavalier

‘04 29k

32003A

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘10 5k

67987A

$35,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Classic

‘05 240k

30438A

$3,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CTS

‘11 10k

69444A

$40,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Classic

‘05 105k

T13014B

$7,787

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

CTS

‘12 1k

31724

$49,765 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘06 140k

12506TA1 $5,490

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

DTS

‘08 116k

8752P

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘09 101k

1307

$6,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

DTS

‘06 94k

69557A

$13,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘05 64k

69443A

$8,350

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

DTS

‘08 85k

8750P

$13,622 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘08 151k

UC12185

$8,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

DTS

‘08 82k

8751P

$14,522 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘06 39k

21959A

$9,100

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

DTS

‘07 82k

69616A

$15,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘08 67k

24720B

$9,611

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

DTS

‘06 61k

69529A

$17,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘08 60k

028897

$9,665

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

DTS

‘07 46k

30352A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘09 80k

JB4214B

$9,785

Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

DTS

‘07 38k

68419B

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘09 83k

68312A

$9,800

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Phone #

DTS

‘09 61k

31500

$22,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘08 52k

1228

$9,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Midland Ford Lincoln Clio Chrysler

BMW Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID #

Price

3 Series

‘03 133k

HP12862B $8,500

3 Series

‘07 96k

3 Series

Dealer

Phone #

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

H12813A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘07 71k

24286A

$17,495 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

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‘11 28k

P43070

$30,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

6 Series

‘07 62k

UC12182

$32,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

M3

‘06 83k

31463A

$23,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

X3

‘06 65k

P43114

$17,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Z4

‘05 39k

H12478B

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Buick Model

Yr

Century

Mi.

Al Serra Auto Plaza

WebID #

Price

Dealer

‘99 121k

23061A

$3,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

DTS

‘10 69k

68818A

$23,445 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘10 64k

23891A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Century

‘02 128k

6391

$5,495

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

DeVille

‘97 77k

22419B

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘09 86k

07127

$10,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Enclave

‘08 76k

24785A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

DeVille

‘01 125k

31374A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘10 24k

30927A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Enclave

‘08 77k

24388A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

DeVille

‘02 137k

31349A

$5,800

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cobalt

‘08 65k

P43094

$11,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Enclave

‘09 58k

69287A

$22,990 Young Chevrolet

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DeVille

‘04 121k

20896B

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘08 12k

24632A

$11,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Enclave

‘08 35k

24475A

$26,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

DeVille

‘03 92k

30435A

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘10 47k

J12C489A $12,375 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Enclave

‘10 41k

24796A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

DeVille

‘04 104k

23938B

$7,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cobalt

‘10 41k

68410A

$12,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Enclave

‘09 60k

06989

$27,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

DeVille

‘02 94k

1312

$7,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Cobalt

‘09 27k

120868C

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Enclave

‘09 62k

P42740

$28,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

DeVille

‘05 105k

68634B

$7,990

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Colorado

‘04 101k

6456

$7,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Enclave

‘10 34k

69499A

$30,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

DeVille

‘00 99k

UC12209

$7,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Colorado

‘07 115k

31088Q

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Enclave

‘11 29k

31604

$33,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

DeVille

‘04 87k

4410

$8,200

Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

Colorado

‘06 43k

22493Q

$8,911

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Enclave

‘10 32k

31638

$35,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Eldorado

‘93 132k

24634B

$2,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Colorado

‘04 77k

24721Q

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Enclave

‘11 25k

31682

$35,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Escalade

‘03 88k

24787B

$13,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Colorado

‘06 93k

12675TA

$11,690 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

LaCrosse

‘06 103k

12514TB

$7,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Escalade

‘07 92k

31590

$28,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Colorado

‘05 73k

24548A

$11,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LaCrosse

‘06 108k

1326

$8,575

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Escalade

‘08 89k

68397B

$32,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Colorado

‘05 104k

24573A

$12,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LaCrosse

‘05 86k

24511B

$8,833

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escalade

‘08 66k

24935A

$32,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Colorado

‘07 59k

24703A

$12,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LaCrosse

‘08 52k

22214B

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escalade ESV

‘06 101k

21576A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Colorado

‘06 76k

JX12T739A $16,575 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

LaCrosse

‘08 27k

31874A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escalade ESV

‘07 88k

31666

$28,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Colorado

‘11 22k

6457

$19,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LaCrosse

‘09 23k

25127A

$15,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escalade ESV

‘08 88k

30432A

$30,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Colorado

‘12 1k

24706A

$20,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LaCrosse

‘08 43k

69427A

$15,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Escalade ESV

‘10 37k

31658

$53,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Colorado

‘12 12k

31602A

$24,330 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

LaCrosse

‘09 55k

68199A

$15,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

SRX

‘04 123k

24653A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Corvette

‘04 36k

24771A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LaCrosse

‘10 49k

24809A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘04 131k

T21368A

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Corvette

‘06 56k

6431

$32,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LaCrosse

‘10 26k

25173A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘04 109k

68517B

$10,445 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Corvette

‘09 28k

20965A

$38,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LaCrosse

‘10 27k

24127A

$22,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘06 111k

8756P

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘11 24k

23829B

$14,522 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LaCrosse

‘10 35k

24945A

$23,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘06 85k

31549

$12,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cruze

‘11 35k

12797TA

$14,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

LaCrosse

‘10 39k

25208A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘06 78k

24265B

$13,400 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘12 25k

6479

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LaCrosse

‘11 15k

24839A

$27,600 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘07 59k

21933B

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘12 29k

6481

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LeSabre

‘97 108k

24331A

$2,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘06 29k

67387A

$22,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cruze

‘12 21k

6482

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LeSabre

‘99 172k

31339A

$2,700

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

SRX

‘07 26k

06222

$24,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Cruze

‘12 21k

6480

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

LeSabre

‘98 126k

23552D

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘10 30k

24315A

$26,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘11 35k

22350A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LeSabre

‘00 141k

24985A

$3,722

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘11 38k

24693A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘11 16k

23804B

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

LeSabre

‘01 101k

6337

$4,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

SRX

‘10 30k

25188A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘11 24k

12552TB

$15,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

LeSabre

‘97 65k

30200C

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

SRX

‘10 18k

20298A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘11 35k

68694A

$15,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

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‘08 53k

Mi.

WebID

Price

H13833A

$34,995 Dealer Name

Dealer

Phone # 123-456-7890 SP50543

Cruze

‘11 27k

69553A

$15,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 30k

6488

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘04 88k

T12364A

$9,989

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Cruze

‘11 27k

67885A

$16,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 33k

6496

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘02 110k

H14435A

$9,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Cruze

‘12 17k

25203A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 24k

6475

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘06 111k

8718P

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

Cruze

‘12 23k

69182A

$18,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 33k

6483

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘06 42k

24735A

$10,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Cruze

‘11 31k

68385A

$18,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 21k

6477

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘07 63k

69151A

$11,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cruze

‘11 23k

P43000

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Impala

‘12 33k

6487

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘05 124k

24931B

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cruze

‘11 15k

69176B

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 36k

6484

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘08 84k

31402

$12,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cruze

‘11 12k

31698A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘08 29k

121349A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘05 121k

69220B

$12,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cruze

‘12 17k

31618A

$19,765 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘10 13k

30733A

$15,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘02 72k

69404A

$12,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Cruze

‘11 25k

69277A

$19,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘09 57k

6394

$15,535 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘08 39k

12012ZA

$12,790 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Equinox

‘05 102k

68620A

$8,400

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘08 53k

69571A

$15,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 61k

68613A

$12,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘05 71k

6467

$8,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘10 21k

24972A

$16,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘04 76k

31485A

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘07 93k

69129A

$10,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘10 34k

69274A

$16,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘09 86k

69044A

$14,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘08 73k

25320A

$12,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 16k

31706

$16,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘03 65k

24255A

$15,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Equinox

‘09 85k

24485A

$12,522 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 16k

31694

$16,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘04 79k

69152A

$16,465 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘08 70k

30821A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 23k

31697

$16,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘09 29k

120748A

$16,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘08 71k

31489A

$13,600 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 25k

6428

$16,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘08 47k

6434

$16,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Equinox

‘08 62k

8708P

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 22k

6427

$16,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘10 33k

24714A

$16,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Equinox

‘07 47k

25254A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 22k

6426

$16,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘11 8k

21110B

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘08 62k

P43053

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Impala

‘12 19k

8886P

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘08 80k

22148A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘11 76k

30439A

$16,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 14k

8887P

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 10k

68908A

$18,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘09 37k

31724A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 14k

8888P

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 6k

31597A

$18,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘10 31k

13144TA

$17,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Impala

‘12 9k

8885P

$17,400 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘07 90k

69332A

$18,330 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘10 38k

25284A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 11k

8891P

$17,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘09 47k

T20991A

$18,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘10 44k

24383A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 12k

31691

$17,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 86k

69155B

$18,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘10 72k

8762P

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 18k

31708

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘07 51k

69241A

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘08 46k

H4093

$19,900 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Impala

‘12 16k

31693

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘06 53k

PT2900B

$18,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Equinox

‘10 44k

69077A

$19,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 10k

31701

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘07 79k

121649A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘10 33k

31511

$20,445 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 18k

31703

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 61k

23428Q

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘11 45k

69253A

$20,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 16k

31696

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘10 27k

12522A

$19,478 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Equinox

‘11 33k

31772A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 13k

31712

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 34k

H4068

$19,500 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Equinox

‘11 15k

23980A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 14k

31710

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘10 37k

31621A

$19,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘10 20k

25301A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 22k

31699

$18,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘07 62k

67372A

$19,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘11 11k

69491A

$22,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 15k

31692

$18,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘12 7k

31572

$19,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Equinox

‘10 46k

24982A

$23,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘11 20k

69534A

$18,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 5k

23729A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘11 30k

25226A

$24,400 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 12k

31709

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘10 26k

22432A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Equinox

‘11 25k

6421

$24,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘12 15k

31698

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 70k

69468A

$20,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Express 1500

‘98 180k

68067A

$2,250

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 13k

31700

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 5k

8880P

$20,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Express 1500

‘02 160k

24692B

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 14k

31704

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 79k

13003A

$20,878 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Express 1500

‘08 119k

31690

$10,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 12k

31711

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 35k

69518A

$20,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Express 1500

‘08 88k

31499

$12,665 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘12 16k

31707

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘07 70k

T20933A

$20,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Express 2500

‘07 124k

6422

$9,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘11 29k

68523A

$19,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 12k

30498A

$20,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Express 3500

‘97 152k

8785P

$2,911

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 26k

31705

$19,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 63k

24700A

$20,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Express 3500

‘99

6403A

$10,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘12 23k

31702

$19,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘09 76k

24877A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

GMT 400

‘98 173k

H14384B

$5,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Impala

‘12 15k

31695

$20,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 51k

30995A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘06 131k

24242A

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 1k

31772B

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 24k

68674A

$21,200 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

HHR

‘09 134k

121051B

$7,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘12 18k

69432A

$21,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘08 41k

120963A

$21,611 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘06 123k

68290B

$8,200

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

K1500

‘95 190k

68585C

$3,900

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘10 47k

31659A

$21,889 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

HHR

‘07 76k

24896C

$8,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Lumina

‘95 192k

H14485A

$1,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Silverado 1500

‘09 60k

68337A

$21,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

HHR

‘08 99k

12735ZA

$9,390

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Malibu

‘99

6237A

$2,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘08 61k

24271B

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘07 71k

JB4218A

$9,995

Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Malibu

‘03 131k

67876A

$3,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘09 36k

21453A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘06 49k

8546A

$10,922 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘04 125k

31357A

$6,800

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 21k

23459A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘10 65k

8778A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘07 118k

F2754A

$7,999

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Silverado 1500

‘09 44k

30136A

$22,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘09 48k

23552C

$11,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘05 73k

30725A

$8,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘09 84k

J13T140A $22,575 Jay Chevrolet

HHR

‘07 36k

6453

$11,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Malibu

‘08 98k

69275A

$10,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘07 52k

24173A

$22,596 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

HHR

‘10 44k

8719C

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘09 78k

24668A

$12,422 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 76k

66890A

$22,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

HHR

‘08 69k

68875B

$12,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘09 51k

31101A

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 29k

25073A

$23,300 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘08 73k

24916A

$12,722 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘09 80k

24486B

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 39k

24369A

$23,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘08 65k

P43090

$12,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Malibu

‘09 46k

8675P

$12,922 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 5k

JA1923

$23,575 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

HHR

‘09 53k

69548A

$12,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘10 55k

24253A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 37k

T21084C

$23,922 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘11 21k

24610B

$13,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘09 35k

30659A

$13,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 17k

69100A

$23,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

HHR

‘11 40k

H4096

$13,875 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Malibu

‘08 44k

67923A

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘10 33k

121647A

$24,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘09 35k

67144A

$13,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘10 29k

24409A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 33k

H4067A

$24,500 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

HHR

‘11 35k

24527A

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Malibu

‘10 29k

24352A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘08 30k

69614A

$24,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

HHR

‘11 34k

F6151

$13,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Malibu

‘09 31k

25191A

$14,311 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 30k

23547A

$24,822 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HHR

‘10 42k

67910A

$14,220 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘10 27k

24747A

$14,411 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 37k

68886A

$24,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘02 223k

H13017A

$2,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 37k

23835A

$14,622 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘09 29k

22577A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘03 228k

121673B

$2,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘09 52k

69353A

$14,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 26k

30814A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘00 197k

30629B

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘11 60k

6440

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘11 25k

121109A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘04 216k

22577Q

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘09 45k

24514A

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘11 15k

22032A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘03 120k

8840P

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘12 33k

6490

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘10 39k

25243A

$25,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘01 128k

24999B

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘12 41k

6497

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘09 13k

69265A

$25,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘05 145k

23501B

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 62k

24550A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 26k

69018A

$26,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘05 137k

23692B

$5,400

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 29k

24915A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘09 39k

68478A

$26,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘03 81k

HP10982A $5,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 38k

T21366B

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 23k

68667A

$26,775 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘06 153k

24680C

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 24k

31322A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 20k

31617

$26,800 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘04 130k

F2727A

$7,443

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Malibu

‘11 20k

22272A

$15,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 25k

31628

$26,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘05 93k

J12C483A $7,975

Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Malibu

‘10 28k

69199B

$15,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘10 33k

68516A

$27,210 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘07 100k

24175B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 48k

25209A

$15,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 24k

69388A

$27,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘08 94k

F6149

$8,201

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Malibu

‘10 40k

31670

$15,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘09 54k

68427A

$27,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘05 82k

31157A

$8,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 34k

24918A

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 12k

69022A

$27,770 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘09 152k

67957B

$8,600

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘10 30k

25223A

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘10 29k

67021A

$27,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘06 116k

24206C

$8,700

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘11 26k

J12C682A $16,595 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Silverado 1500

‘09 22k

68347A

$27,993 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘05 72k

24740A

$8,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Malibu

‘10 31k

68916A

$16,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 12k

68210A

$27,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘07 86k

21698A

$9,311

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘11 35k

69394A

$16,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘10 45k

24109A

$27,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘07 84k

24083A

$9,611

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘08 60k

M3617

$16,979 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Silverado 1500

‘11 3k

24704A

$27,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘06 71k

69283A

$9,895

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘11 6k

8826P

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 33k

23571A

$28,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘06 94k

68405A

$9,950

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘09 22k

J13C175A $17,995 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Silverado 1500

‘09 24k

31601

$28,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘08 104k

31366B

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘11 32k

69501A

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 17k

6462

$28,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘07 94k

24861A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘12 8k

25335A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘11 34k

31677

$29,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘08 78k

23902A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘11 33k

31629

$18,800 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11 37k

07429

$29,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Impala

‘07 85k

121338B

$10,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 21k

69046A

$18,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘11

24711A

$29,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Impala

‘08 100k

31340A

$10,665 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu

‘12 23k

07325

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Silverado 1500

‘10 12k

68375A

$30,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘08 85k

25216A

$10,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘11 19k

06964

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Silverado 1500

‘11 19k

30770A

$35,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘08 94k

30986A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu

‘10 36k

68616A

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500HD

‘01 239k

67810A

$6,995

866-283-8626

Impala

‘07 75k

M3623

$11,878 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Malibu Maxx

‘07 87k

30062B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500HD

‘05 92k

24762B

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘08 88k

67979A

$11,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu Maxx

‘05 95k

21744B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 2500HD

‘03 153k

24446A

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘08 66k

68591A

$12,445 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Malibu Maxx

‘05 117k

69183A

$9,445

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 2500HD

‘06 50k

32114A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘08 55k

25214A

$12,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Malibu Maxx

‘07 51k

69424A

$10,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 2500HD

‘07 47k

69448A

$18,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘07 72k

68494A

$12,600 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Monte Carlo

‘02 118k

31244A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 2500HD

‘05 67k

68761A

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘09 67k

8815P

$12,611 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Monte Carlo

‘03 112k

24859A

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 2500HD

‘06 71k

JB4223

$19,575 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Impala

‘08 30k

8881P

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Monte Carlo

‘05 82k

12646TA

$7,490

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Silverado 2500HD

‘08 141k

07474

$31,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Impala

‘08 47k

30405A

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Monte Carlo

‘05 85k

30766B

$7,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 2500HD

‘10 46k

P42992

$31,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Impala

‘09 65k

31433

$12,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

S-10 Pickup

‘01 214k

31488

$2,990

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 2500HD

‘12 15k

69020A

$44,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘09 44k

24849A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

S-10 Pickup

‘00 62k

36083A

$5,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 2500HD

‘12 17k

P43101

$53,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Impala

‘08 76k

30730A

$13,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

S-10 Pickup

‘03 122k

31532

$6,880

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 3500

‘02 73k

JX12T517A $21,775 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Impala

‘09 41k

23013A

$13,611 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

S-10 Pickup

‘01 85k

21902A

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 3500

‘08 50k

JA1921

$24,975 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Impala

‘08 75k

22987B

$13,700 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

S-10 Pickup

‘02 126k

21755A

$7,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sonic

‘12 3k

H14431A

$15,900 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Impala

‘07 61k

68567B

$13,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘02 159k

6390

$4,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Sonic

‘12 0k

32131A

$16,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘07 51k

JA1908

$13,995 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Silverado 1500

‘00 179k

66821A

$5,885

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Suburban

‘98 224k

1203

$3,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Impala

‘08 48k

69203A

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘00 129k

24176B

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Suburban

‘04 146k

8814P

$8,911

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘08 43k

68730A

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silverado 1500

‘01 121k

24363A

$6,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Suburban

‘05 118k

24588A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘11 49k

6486

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘99 155k

22577B

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Suburban

‘03 89k

12801TB1 $12,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Impala

‘07 75k

25292A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘99 157k

68518A

$7,335

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Suburban

‘02 67k

JB4220

$16,595 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Impala

‘09 33k

25129B

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘03 181k

8825A

$7,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Suburban

‘05 99k

06651

$16,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Impala

‘10 69k

24265A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘03 155k

67891A

$7,800

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Suburban

‘07 71k

69441A

$17,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘09 50k

30261A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Silverado 1500

‘04 129k

22234Q

$7,911

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Suburban

‘07 121k

8863P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘09 20k

12688TA

$14,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Silverado 1500

‘01 145k

68464A

$8,400

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Suburban

‘07 128k

31672

$21,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impala

‘10 44k

JX12T722A $14,995 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Silverado 1500

‘04 156k

68906C

$8,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Suburban

‘09 74k

23420B

$31,600 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impala

‘11 42k

6485

855-516-7162

Silverado 1500

‘03 147k

1323

$9,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Suburban

‘11 39k

F6143

$32,182 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

888-379-9293

4495767-02

$14,995 Applegate Chevrolet

Young Chevrolet

800-519-7950


FLINT JOURNAL

D6 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

Find Your Next Auto

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Yr

Mi.

Car Name

‘08 53k

WebID

Price

Dealer

H13833A

$34,995 Dealer Name

Phone # 123-456-7890 SP50543

Suburban

‘10 51k

68270A

$41,898 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sebring

‘09 27k

12761ZA

$13,390 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Magnum

‘06 66k

12573ZA

$13,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Suburban

‘12 14k

31491A

$42,800 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sebring

‘09 41k

JX12C069A $15,444 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Neon

‘03 147k

30774A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Tahoe

‘99 140k

1277

$5,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Sebring

‘10 27k

12751ZA

$15,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Neon

‘05 90k

23853A

$5,700

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Tahoe

‘02 179k

31641

$7,500

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Town and Country

‘02 203k

8736A

$2,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Nitro

‘07 46k

H4082

$15,550 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Tahoe

‘01 137k

1266

$7,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Town and Country

‘05 120k

12767TA

$3,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Nitro

‘08 54k

12774TA

$15,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Tahoe

‘03 154k

24870B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘05 139k

24518A

$4,533

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Nitro

‘07 59k

12333ZA

$17,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Tahoe

‘04 150k

T20978T

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘07 112k

23583B

$7,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Nitro

‘10 21k

12592TA

$17,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Tahoe

‘05 103k

12748TA

$11,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Town and Country

‘06 77k

24473A

$8,400

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Nitro

‘10 25k

P42670

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Tahoe

‘05 99k

06714

$13,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Town and Country

‘07 81k

30292A

$8,511

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘03 91k

22568A

$5,933

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Tahoe

‘07 138k

8823A

$16,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘06 106k

1242

$8,575

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Ram Pickup 1500

‘03 132k

30317A

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Tahoe

‘07 93k

8904A

$21,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘07 92k

24846A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘05 117k

68426A

$11,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Tahoe

‘07 71k

30262A

$21,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘07 87k

68581B

$10,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Ram Pickup 1500

‘04 99k

68862A

$11,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Tahoe

‘08 104k

21414A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘07 67k

07473

$13,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Ram Pickup 1500

‘06 110k

T21356A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Tahoe

‘07 33k

24236A

$27,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Town and Country

‘09 55k

12809TA

$15,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Ram Pickup 1500

‘03 79k

31680

$12,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Tahoe

‘09 48k

12816TA

$28,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Town and Country

‘08 61k

22983A

$16,100 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘05 96k

1314

$13,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Tahoe

‘08 64k

23420C

$30,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 48k

12349TA

$16,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Ram Pickup 1500

‘05 91k

H12925A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Tracker

‘03 106k

24417A

$5,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Town and Country

‘10 39k

12627TA

$16,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Ram Pickup 1500

‘07 76k

21001B

$17,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer

‘02 166k

8902A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 45k

24633A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘08 47k

24836A

$19,722 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer

‘03 137k

30343A

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘09 39k

12700TA

$17,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Ram Pickup 1500

‘08 60k

30608B

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer

‘02 163k

24361A

$6,336

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Town and Country

‘10 32k

24610A

$17,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘08 62k

69154A

$20,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

TrailBlazer

‘04 101k

24202B

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 58k

30882A

$18,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘10 45k

12499TA

$20,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

TrailBlazer

‘04 145k

8792P

$7,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 34k

JS1922

$18,775 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Ram Pickup 1500

‘06 60k

P42934

$20,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

TrailBlazer

‘02 97k

6406

$7,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Town and Country

‘10 24k

30845A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘07 42k

07441

$20,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

TrailBlazer

‘05 115k

22458A

$8,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 34k

8889P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘11 29k

68823A

$22,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

TrailBlazer

‘06 108k

F2631A

$9,444

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Town and Country

‘10 45k

8883P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 1500

‘09 50k

8833P

$22,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer

‘05 92k

31471A

$10,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Town and Country

‘12 32k

8855P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ram Pickup 2500

‘04 138k

8861P

$11,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer

‘08 108k

24719B

$11,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘12 35k

8851P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sprinter Chassis

‘08 31k

P43013

$30,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

TrailBlazer

‘06 65k

31662

$12,665 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Town and Country

‘12 32k

8852P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ford Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Dealer

Club Wagon

‘97 108k

07483

$4,995

Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Crown Victoria

‘06 141k

68197A

$6,445

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Crown Victoria

‘11 33k

RC12161

$17,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

E-350

‘07 155k

07291

$10,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

E-350

‘11 19k

PT3587

$28,738 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Econoline 350 Cut… ‘09 93k

6417

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Edge

‘07 115k

PT3457A

$12,989 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Edge

‘08 40k

UT12221

$17,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Edge

‘07 65k

PT3599

$18,925 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Edge

‘10 46k

07390

$19,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Phone #

Edge

‘10 20k

23840A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘07 77k

07115

$12,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Town and Country

‘12 36k

8854P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘08 54k

8786A

$13,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘12 36k

8853P

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer

‘08 89k

68710A

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Town and Country

‘10 31k

8890P

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer

‘09 21k

30997A

$16,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 28k

JX12T723A $21,575 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

TrailBlazer

‘08 83k

12445TA

$17,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Town and Country

‘10 35k

12666TA

$21,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

TrailBlazer EXT

‘03 157k

H14517A

$6,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Town and Country

‘10 23k

24934A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

TrailBlazer EXT

‘03 136k

H4085A

$7,395

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Town and Country

‘10 26k

24897A

$22,300 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘10 98k

24833A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 22k

H14455A

$22,900 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Traverse

‘09 79k

25338A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 48k

12685TA

$23,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Traverse

‘09 54k

24487A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Town and Country

‘10 37k

12206TA

$24,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Traverse

‘10 29k

24462A

$18,922 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘10 75k

68071A

$18,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘09 42k

69171A

$19,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Dodge

Traverse

‘10 25k

T20861A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 30k

24639A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘09 37k

23976A

$20,811 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘09 48k

6397

$20,985 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Traverse

‘09 53k

25240A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 32k

24671A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 43k

31408A

$21,455 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘11 25k

24484A

$21,522 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘10 40k

31563

$21,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘10 35k

22563A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘09 44k

24991A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 19k

24368A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 23k

H12729A

$22,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘10 49k

31716

$22,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘10 43k

31538

$22,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘10 38k

120958B

$22,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 34k

31688A

$22,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘10 32k

31614

$23,300 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘10 35k

31162B

$23,800 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 20k

69364A

$23,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘11 24k

24762A

$24,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 20k

25008A

$24,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘12 4k

24937A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Traverse

‘11 10k

12813TA

$25,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Traverse

‘11 19k

69115A

$26,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘10 43k

69372A

$27,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘11 35k

31481

$31,300 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Traverse

‘11 25k

31561

$35,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Uplander

‘06 135k

12670TA

$7,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Uplander

‘06 114k

8821A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Uplander

‘07 88k

07417

$8,995

Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Uplander

‘05 56k

JX12T706A $10,785 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Uplander

‘08 92k

24651A

$10,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Uplander

‘08 79k

31652

$12,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Venture

‘03 168k

H12870A

$3,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Venture

‘04 158k

24661C

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Venture

‘04 110k

31012

$5,335

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Venture

‘04 109k

31584A

$6,500

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Chrysler Model

Yr

200

Mi.

Dealer

Phone #

Dealer

Mi.

Phone #

Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Avenger

‘08 63k

12805ZA

$10,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Edge

‘10 42k

P42842

$21,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Avenger

‘10 77k

31437A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Edge

‘10 34k

24954A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Avenger

‘09 77k

23862A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Edge

‘09 38k

06986

$22,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Avenger

‘10 19k

12613TA

$15,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Edge

‘10 26k

24576A

$23,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Avenger

‘10 40k

12773TA

$17,390 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Edge

‘09 51k

07252

$23,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Avenger

‘11 30k

07268

$17,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Edge

‘10 28k

P43049

$24,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Avenger

‘11 34k

P42929

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Edge

‘10 38k

69378A

$25,975 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Avenger

‘12 7k

07380

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Escape

‘05 106k

31519A

$8,665

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Caliber

‘07 150k

31644

$7,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Escape

‘06 93k

24269B

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Caliber

‘08 86k

24703A

$9,322

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘10 86k

07472

$13,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Caliber

‘07 76k

6292

$9,997

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Escape

‘08 60k

MT3614

$15,835 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Caliber

‘08 73k

31368A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘09 67k

PT12181

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Caliber

‘07 72k

8784P

$10,422 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘10 60k

120728B

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Caliber

‘08 68k

31657

$10,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Escape

‘10 43k

F2672A

$18,828 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Caliber

‘07 89k

31653

$10,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Escape

‘10 33k

P43147

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Caliber

‘07 41k

25299A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘09 59k

PT12200

$18,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Caliber

‘10 45k

23777B

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘09 31k

PT3569

$19,965 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Caliber

‘10 22k

24387A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘10 45k

68627A

$19,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Caliber

‘11 42k

P43065

$14,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Escape

‘11 41k

PT12127

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Caliber

‘10 19k

25336A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘10 44k

UT12202

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Caliber

‘10 21k

23495A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘09 42k

UT12204

$20,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Caliber

‘11 36k

154058

$15,995 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Escape

‘10 26k

RT11963

$20,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Challenger

‘11 33k

6492

$21,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Escape

‘10 12k

PT3538

$21,979 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Challenger

‘12 9k

32112A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘11 35k

P42858

$21,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Challenger

‘12 10k

25149A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘11 33k

P42965

$21,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Charger

‘08 78k

25354A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escape

‘11 56k

MT3621

$22,989 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Charger

‘06 118k

H13833B

$13,500 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Escape

‘11 33k

RT12101

$24,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Charger

‘08 63k

12763TA

$14,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Escape

‘12 39k

RT12121

$24,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Charger

‘10 20k

12598ZA

$17,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Escape

‘12 30k

RT12201

$26,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Charger

‘10 52k

24882A

$19,200 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Escort

‘97 137k

22829C

$2,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Charger

‘10 42k

PC11823

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Escort

‘98 135k

30941A

$2,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Charger

‘09 44k

8753P

$21,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Expedition

‘98 144k

1315

$3,475

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Charger

‘09 65k

12778ZA

$22,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Expedition

‘03 128k

UT12165

$9,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Charger

‘08 35k

12810TA

$22,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Expedition

‘08 112k

32057A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Charger

‘11 24k

25244A

$28,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Expedition

‘10 48k

P43057

$30,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Dakota

‘00 241k

24393B

$4,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Expedition EL

‘12 26k

P42976

$35,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Dakota

‘01 137k

UT12195

$8,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Explorer

‘99 141k

12250TB

$2,390

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Dakota

‘02 81k

68406B

$9,800

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Explorer

‘04 139k

H14226B

$5,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Dakota

‘03 100k

31531

$9,990

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Explorer

‘03 134k

31458A

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Dakota

‘08 16k

P43098

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Explorer

‘07 139k

1306

$8,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Dakota

‘09 27k

P42843

$20,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Explorer

‘04 78k

68745A

$10,335 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

WebID #

Price

‘12 32k

6472

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Durango

‘03 118k

1296

$6,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Explorer

‘04 84k

MT3550

$10,787 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

200

‘12 31k

6471

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Durango

‘06 132k

25132A

$7,800

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Explorer

‘07 87k

T13047A

$16,686 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

200

‘11 18k

20849A

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Durango

‘01 73k

F2515A

$8,122

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Explorer

‘08 84k

06677

$16,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

200

‘12 29k

M3613

$16,686 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Durango

‘06 113k

24675D

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Explorer

‘09 21k

UT12217

$22,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

200

‘12 31k

P42925

$16,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Durango

‘06 110k

24719A

$9,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Explorer

‘10 36k

RT11960

$26,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

200

‘11 8k

13017ZA

$18,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Durango

‘07 86k

24375B

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Explorer

‘11 23k

UT12215

$27,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

300

‘05 97k

25240B

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Durango

‘05 63k

P43108

$13,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Explorer

‘11 32k

12240A

$29,898 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

300

‘06 90k

24939B

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Durango

‘06 73k

F6154

$13,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Explorer

‘11 21k

P43137

$30,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

300

‘05 96k

6439

$11,495 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Dynasty

‘92 94k

12689ZA

$2,500

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Explorer

‘11 31k

P43140

$31,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

300

‘06 91k

23381B

$11,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘01 142k

H14501A

$2,650

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Explorer

‘11 21k

UT12218

$33,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

300

‘06 78k

24824B

$11,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘05 149k

12799TA

$2,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Explorer

‘11 40k

UT12214

$33,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

300

‘07 40k

23857A

$14,811 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘03 115k

21923D

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Explorer

‘11 25k

P43144

$35,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

300

‘10 7k

24570A

$17,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘05 186k

31230A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Explorer

‘12 28k

P43120

$36,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

300

‘10 7k

22356A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘97 164k

H14520A

$4,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Explorer Sport Trac ‘07 80k

MT3622

$20,976 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

300

‘12 20k

P42941

$24,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Grand Caravan

‘03 130k

31023

$6,500

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

F-150

‘98 168k

24025C

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

300

‘11 24k

24819A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘05 91k

24781B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘02 190k

UT12132

$5,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

300C

‘05 98k

22766C

$11,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘07 101k

23897A

$8,411

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘02 110k

UT12153

$8,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

300C

‘06 96k

23363A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘09 91k

1300

$12,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

F-150

‘05 90k

T12325B

$14,773 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

300C

‘07 73k

24261B

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘08 66k

69131B

$13,335 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

F-150

‘05 113k

1311

$14,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

300C

‘07 60k

23577B

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘08 59k

30220B

$13,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘07 73k

MT3571

$18,979 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

300C

‘10 31k

12640ZA

$25,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Grand Caravan

‘09 68k

12827TA

$14,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

F-150

‘08 79k

PT11584

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Aspen

‘07 151k

23979B

$11,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘09 48k

24905A

$15,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘08 73k

T13044A

$20,787 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Aspen

‘08 77k

31004A

$18,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘10 38k

8733P

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘08 84k

UT11678

$20,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Cirrus

‘97 104k

H14394A

$2,500

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Grand Caravan

‘10 41k

23291A

$16,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘10 102k

PT12179

$21,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

PT Cruiser

‘01 151k

121608A

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘10 40k

6442

$18,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

F-150

‘08 51k

07328

$22,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

PT Cruiser

‘05 149k

21429A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Caravan

‘12 30k

MT3610

$21,875 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

F-150

‘07 71k

UT12134

$23,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

PT Cruiser

‘02 64k

12801TB2 $6,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Journey

‘09 103k

22856A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘08 47k

PT11703

$24,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

PT Cruiser

‘06 82k

UT12040

$8,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Journey

‘09 72k

8827A

$12,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘09 43k

MT3619

$26,866 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Pacifica

‘04 121k

24662B

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Journey

‘10 41k

30541A

$14,200 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-150

‘10 31k

P42995

$27,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Pacifica

‘05 142k

69438B

$7,500

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Journey

‘09 27k

12780TA

$14,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

F-150

‘10 12k

UT12112

$33,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Pacifica

‘05 132k

F6100A

$8,525

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Journey

‘09 68k

F2698A

$14,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

F-150

‘12 15k

P43078

$37,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Pacifica

‘07 105k

H4078

$8,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Journey

‘10 35k

6454

$15,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

F-150

‘11 27k

RT11640

$42,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sebring

‘04 236k

23681A

$2,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Journey

‘09 46k

25099A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-250

‘01 148k

07465

$12,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sebring

‘09 126k

22605A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Journey

‘10 49k

JX12T729B $17,595 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

F-250

‘04 87k

21622A

$14,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sebring

‘07 64k

13063TA

$8,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Journey

‘10 50k

67630A

$18,850 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

F-250

‘08 115k

UT12170

$28,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sebring

‘08 51k

31564A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Journey

‘10 15k

12792TA

$18,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

F-250

‘08 41k

P43105

$30,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sebring

‘08 98k

12624TA

$11,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Journey

‘10 43k

12699ZA

$21,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

F-250

‘08 57k

P43102

$31,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

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FLINT JOURNAL

Find Your Next Auto

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Yr

Mi.

Car Name

‘08 53k

WebID

Price

Dealer

H13833A

$34,995 Dealer Name

Phone # 123-456-7890 SP50543

F-250

‘11 20k

68816A

$36,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Envoy

‘03 103k

T20031A

$7,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Civic

‘10 33k

HP12827A $14,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-250

‘10 59k

P43097

$36,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Envoy

‘06 118k

31540A

$9,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Civic

‘10 25k

H12515A

$14,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-350

‘03 110k

21619A

$16,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Envoy

‘06 96k

30262B

$10,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Civic

‘09 36k

H4089

$14,850 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

F-350

‘08 66k

RT12213

$29,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Envoy

‘07 90k

1318

$11,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Civic

‘09 36k

H4087

$14,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

F-350

‘07 58k

07433

$30,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Envoy

‘07 82k

6468

$12,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Civic

‘11 25k

HP12234

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-350

‘08 22k

8845P

$35,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Envoy

‘06 64k

UT12163

$13,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Civic

‘10 11k

HP12933A $15,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F-450 Chassis Cab

‘06 68k

P42803

$29,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Envoy

‘07 64k

69120A

$14,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Civic

‘11 34k

H12705B

$15,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fiesta

‘11 47k

RC12176

$13,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Envoy

‘08 68k

24967A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Civic

‘11 31k

H12814A

$15,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fiesta

‘11 22k

RC12120

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Envoy

‘09 59k

24321B

$16,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Civic

‘09 13k

H4103

$15,620 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Flex

‘09 55k

UT11747

$23,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Envoy

‘09 71k

T12235A

$21,978 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Civic

‘10 41k

H4044

$15,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Flex

‘10 61k

07371

$26,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Envoy XL

‘04 100k

25030A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Civic

‘10 28k

H4073

$15,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Flex

‘11 23k

UT12152

$35,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Envoy XL

‘06 140k

UT12105

$11,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Civic

‘10 3k

H14383A

$19,115 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Focus

‘03 138k

31792A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Envoy XUV

‘04 108k

1319

$8,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Element

‘05 35k

H4099

$13,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Focus

‘03 74k

T12347A

$6,746

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Safari

‘02 112k

T20832B

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘00 174k

H12593B

$3,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘09 56k

1293

$9,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Savana Cutaway

‘08 105k

6377

$12,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Odyssey

‘01 224k

31191B

$3,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Focus

‘07 65k

07490

$9,995

Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sierra 1500

‘91 244k

1257

$1,275

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Odyssey

‘01 173k

H12723B

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘09 56k

6465

$10,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Sierra 1500

‘98 336k

J12T682B $2,995

Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Odyssey

‘04 130k

HP12863A $6,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘08 49k

25100A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sierra 1500

‘99 146k

24994R

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘03 109k

H14307A

$9,500

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Focus

‘10 36k

M3557

$12,874 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘00 192k

24853A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘02 87k

H14175A

$10,500 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Focus

‘10 52k

P2502

$13,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Sierra 1500

‘03 170k

23778B

$8,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘05 105k

H12846A

$11,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘09 45k

12655TA

$13,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Sierra 1500

‘07 113k

24877Q

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘06 112k

H14481A

$13,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Focus

‘10 38k

H14399B

$13,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Sierra 1500

‘06 88k

25190A

$11,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘06 50k

23504A

$14,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘10 19k

P43154

$13,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sierra 1500

‘02 66k

23048A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘09 65k

H12735A

$20,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘10 75k

PC12128

$13,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sierra 1500

‘04 73k

8905P

$14,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘08 63k

31672A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘12 28k

25243B

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sierra 1500

‘04 114k

1317

$14,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Odyssey

‘10 48k

H4097

$21,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Focus

‘12 33k

RC12212

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sierra 1500

‘06 96k

23754B

$15,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘11 23k

24758A

$24,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘10 37k

UC12172

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sierra 1500

‘08 87k

21464A

$17,722 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘10 31k

HP12903A $31,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Focus

‘11 10k

PC11990

$17,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sierra 1500

‘09 65k

21768A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Odyssey

‘10 28k

H14195A

$34,650 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Fusion

‘06 124k

8798A

$6,711

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sierra 1500

‘07 83k

24241A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Pilot

‘04 122k

H12928A

$9,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘07 83k

12247A

$9,739

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘07 69k

21736A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Pilot

‘07 93k

HP12313A $13,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘08 68k

31298

$10,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sierra 1500

‘07 71k

12826TA

$20,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Pilot

‘06 95k

H12574A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘08 54k

M3585

$11,878 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘09 49k

22392A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Pilot

‘08 74k

H14388A

$19,900 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Fusion

‘10 78k

12221A

$11,989 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘10 78k

30045A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ridgeline

‘08 42k

H4086

$24,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Fusion

‘07 55k

31578A

$11,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sierra 1500

‘08 40k

24927A

$22,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘07 70k

07399

$12,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sierra 1500

‘11 38k

24639A

$22,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Fusion

‘07 46k

T13057S

$13,373 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘11 42k

24870A

$25,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Hyundai

Fusion

‘10 21k

P3580

$14,876 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘11 10k

24124A

$25,811 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘09 47k

JB4222A

$15,785 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Sierra 1500

‘09 41k

JX12T161A $26,795 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Fusion

‘11 40k

M3631

$15,851 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘11 12k

24609A

$29,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘09 60k

07432

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sierra 1500

‘11 24k

31671B

$30,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘10 35k

M3625

$16,959 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 1500

‘09 35k

07389

$31,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Fusion

‘10 43k

UC12012

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sierra 1500

‘12 12k

8816P

$35,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘09 25k

RC11978

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sierra 1500

‘12 10k

P43141

$38,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Fusion

‘11 43k

M3627

$17,883 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sierra 3500

‘04 235k

69478A

$17,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Fusion

‘12 32k

M3629

$18,847 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Sonoma

‘98 50k

121250A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘11 29k

UC12033

$18,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Suburban

‘94 223k

1284

$2,575

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Fusion

‘11 30k

P3603

$19,787 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Suburban

‘99 99k

T20832A

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘12 35k

P43112

$19,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Terrain

‘10 79k

24082A

$18,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘12 37k

P43129

$19,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Terrain

‘10 39k

25233A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘10 53k

07421

$19,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Terrain

‘10 52k

69041A

$19,779 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Fusion

‘11 18k

UC12063

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Terrain

‘10 30k

25050A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘11 21k

07304

$20,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Terrain

‘10 31k

24745A

$20,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Fusion

‘12 27k

P42685

$20,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Terrain

‘10 59k

25198A

$22,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Jeep

Mustang

‘98 141k

13100ZA

$2,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Terrain

‘11 30k

23741B

$22,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Mustang

‘01 90k

UC12073

$7,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Terrain

‘11 16k

31564

$23,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Mustang

‘03 108k

25133A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Terrain

‘11 20k

H14118A

$23,700 Thelen Honda

Mustang

‘05 26k

24179A

$13,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Terrain

‘11 20k

UT12062

$25,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

Mustang

‘09 36k

69175A

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Terrain

‘11 15k

30373A

$26,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

Mustang

‘07 59k

31603A

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Terrain

‘12 11k

Mustang

‘05 63k

UC12210

$14,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Yukon

Mustang

‘07 29k

68650B

$16,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Mustang

‘08 37k

31484

$16,990 Young Chevrolet

Mustang

‘06 38k

07243

Mustang

‘10 23k

Mustang

Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

Accent

‘09 49k

13056TA

$8,990

Clio Chrysler

Accent

‘12 16k

31777A

$14,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Elantra

‘11 32k

30000A

$14,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Elantra

‘12 19k

31566A

$16,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Genesis Coupe

‘10 27k

UC12092

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Genesis Coupe

‘10 26k

F2477A

$19,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Sonata

‘09 64k

31485A

$12,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Sonata

‘11 36k

32132A

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Dealer

X-Type

‘03 82k

07497

$8,995

Brighton Ford

XK

‘11 22k

68926A

$63,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

XK8

‘00 91k

H14410A

$9,995

866-777-6199

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Dealer

Cherokee

‘99 173k

23992A

$3,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

866-777-6199

Commander

‘07 111k

69335B

$11,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

866-879-6010

Commander

‘06 62k

120516B

$13,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

800-519-7950

Commander

‘06 63k

H4094

$13,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

JX12T373A $27,333 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Commander

‘06 67k

6438A

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

‘00 195k

22766B

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Commander

‘07 66k

31382

$16,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Yukon

‘99 143k

1274

$5,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Commander

‘07 75k

07260

$16,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

866-283-8626

Yukon

‘03 112k

31066A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Commander

‘10 68k

H14266A

$21,400 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

$19,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Yukon

‘05 150k

25268A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Compass

‘07 89k

30524A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

13034ZA

$22,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Yukon

‘07 95k

24422A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

‘99 155k

12232TA

$2,350

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

‘12 8k

07451

$23,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Yukon

‘10 57k

24797A

$38,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

‘99 173k

30424A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Mustang

‘11 16k

UC11887

$29,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Yukon XL

‘01 238k

J13T127A $3,995

Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Grand Cherokee

‘03 207k

12217TB

$4,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Ranger

‘00 185k

H14280B

$4,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Yukon XL

‘03 174k

24167B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

‘01 160k

H13882C

$5,725

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Ranger

‘03 154k

24471C

$4,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Yukon XL

‘05 98k

68559A

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Cherokee

‘02 126k

T20559A

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ranger

‘02 113k

1320

$7,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Yukon XL

‘05 110k

68630B

$14,779 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Cherokee

‘05 132k

31169A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Ranger

‘11 12k

UT12177

$24,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Yukon XL

‘10 36k

31243A

$42,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

‘04 94k

121349B

$8,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Taurus

‘00 187k

24588B

$2,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Yukon XL

‘11 22k

69509A

$48,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Cherokee

‘05 96k

H12911A

$9,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Taurus

‘00 127k

12765TA

$2,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Yukon XL

‘11 34k

31476

$50,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Cherokee

‘05 77k

UT12187

$11,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Taurus

‘01 133k

M3592

$3,787

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

‘06 85k

22890A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Taurus

‘03 137k

1227

$4,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Grand Cherokee

‘07 76k

31660

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Taurus

‘07 116k

24808A

$5,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

HUMMER

Grand Cherokee Grand Cherokee

‘07 75k

30307A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Taurus

‘08 44k

HP12644B $12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘08 68k

12412TA

$15,490 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Taurus

‘08 69k

T13039A

$14,285 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Taurus

‘10 43k

24551A

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Taurus

‘10 23k

P43160

$21,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

H3

‘10 41k

31592

Taurus

‘10 57k

07109

$23,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

H3

‘08 39k

24080B

Taurus

‘12 33k

P42968

$24,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Taurus

‘12 35k

P43076

$24,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Taurus

‘11 46k

06941

$25,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Taurus

‘11 47k

RC12150

$29,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Taurus X

‘09 125k

1316

$12,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Thunderbird

‘02 53k

07357

$19,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Windstar

‘03 107k

1264

$5,575

866-303-0449

GMC Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

Phone #

Acadia

‘07 91k

30378A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘08 104k

23494A

$14,611 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘07 85k

25129A

$15,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘09 85k

23838A

$18,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘09 56k

21729B

$19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘08 68k

25236A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘09 82k

25235A

$20,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘09 65k

25066A

$21,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘10 31k

24999A

$22,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Yr

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

Phone #

Jaguar Mi.

Mi.

Thelen Honda

Phone # 866-737-1153

Phone # 800-519-7950

H2

‘06 81k

22592C

$23,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

H3

‘07 111k

07443

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Grand Cherokee

‘06 94k

06885

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

H3

‘08 84k

T20333A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

‘08 67k

12558TA

$16,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

$25,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Cherokee

‘08 72k

06996

$16,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

$27,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

‘08 42k

12786TA

$17,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Grand Cherokee

‘12 15k

24736A

$28,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Cherokee

‘11 14k

68936A

$30,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Liberty

‘02 146k

30265A

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘02 70k

F6141

$8,999

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Liberty

‘05 110k

1301

$9,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

Liberty

‘05 78k

12439TA

$9,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Liberty

‘05 89k

31343

$11,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Liberty

‘07 78k

67849A

$12,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Phone #

Liberty

‘09 97k

12345TA

$12,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Harley-Davidson Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Softail

‘09 10k

UM12186 $16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sportster

‘99 24k

1272

866-303-0449

$3,975

Dealer Clare Auto Sales

Phone #

Honda Model

Yr

Accord

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

‘91 182k

H14412B

$3,600

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Liberty

‘08 54k

24642A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘04 202k

8788P

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘10 36k

24426A

$15,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘05 144k

H14497A

$8,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Liberty

‘08 25k

12730TA

$15,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Accord

‘07 111k

25173B

$9,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘10 31k

24385A

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘07 87k

H12280A

$12,711 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘06 55k

H14318B

$13,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Liberty

‘11 32k

31638A

$16,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘09 74k

H14344A

$14,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Liberty

‘10 17k

30576A

$16,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘10 24k

22154A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘08 56k

H4076

$16,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Accord

‘10 23k

HP12779A $15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘10 35k

24687A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘10 49k

H12230B

$16,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘10 24k

12804TA

$17,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Accord

‘10 30k

HP12230A $17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘08 40k

12451TA

$17,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Accord

‘10 36k

HP12466A $17,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Liberty

‘10 16k

30540A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘10 13k

H4098

$17,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Liberty

‘10 38k

67117A

$18,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Accord

‘10 24k

H14294B

$19,900 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Liberty

‘11 19k

P43062

$18,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Liberty

‘11 24k

507348

$19,885 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Patriot

‘07 77k

31016A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Patriot

‘07 40k

32171A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Patriot

‘08 42k

30268A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Patriot

‘11 44k

07489

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Wrangler

‘91 182k

31547

$4,500

866-283-8626

Wrangler

‘04 56k

8738P

$16,300 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Wrangler

‘07 83k

1288

$18,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

800-519-7950

Wrangler

‘10 32k

12572TA

$18,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

‘08 64k

PT12136

$21,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

‘12 15k

23697B

$23,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘11 37k

25321A

$23,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘11 23k

24305A

$23,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘08 56k

T21276B

$24,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘10 24k

12677TA

$24,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Accord

‘10 7k

HP12841A $20,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘09 38k

JA1920

$24,995 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Accord

‘11 18k

H14129A

$20,850 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Acadia

‘10 66k

UT12190

$24,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Accord

‘11 23k

23181A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘10 61k

25232A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord

‘11 38k

HP12778A $21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘10 53k

22959A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord Crosstour

‘10 20k

HP10967

$23,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Acadia

‘11 16k

T20584A

$26,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Accord Crosstour

‘10 13k

H14513A

$27,250 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Acadia

‘11 16k

24752A

$27,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CR-V

‘00 137k

31595

$6,800

Acadia

‘11 44k

UT12199

$32,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

CR-V

‘08 87k

H14457A

$16,995 Thelen Honda

Acadia

‘11 10k

67971A

$33,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

CR-V

‘10 15k

HP12776A $17,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

C7500

‘07 163k

6222

$24,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

CR-V

‘08 85k

H14297A

$17,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Wrangler

Canyon

‘06 144k

23992Q

$10,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CR-V

‘11 24k

H4104

$25,250 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Wrangler

Canyon

‘08 112k

T20536B

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CR-V

‘11 21k

H14377A

$25,300 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Wrangler Unlimited ‘09 45k

31225

$23,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Canyon

‘05 121k

31398A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

CR-Z

‘11 28k

H12635A

$17,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Wrangler Unlimited ‘11 11k

12722ZA

$28,690 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Canyon

‘05 89k

UT12019

$15,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Civic

‘01 96k

13022A

$6,687

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Wrangler Unlimited ‘10 35k

P42932

$28,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Envoy

‘99 175k

H14315B

$1,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Civic

‘02 128k

68931B

$6,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Wrangler Unlimited ‘11 20k

24847A

$32,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Envoy

‘99 145k

68355B

$3,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Civic

‘08 52k

H12740A

$12,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Wrangler Unlimited ‘11 48k

31631

$32,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626 866-777-6199

Young Chevrolet

4495767-04

Clare Auto Sales

Model

Phone # 866-207-2670


FLINT JOURNAL

D8 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

Find Your Next Auto

Note the Stock # for your vehicle of choice. Then visit mlive.com/autos and type the number into the keyword search box at the top of the page to get expanded details, photos, dealer contact info and directions

Acura

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Model

Yr

Mi.

Car Name

‘08 53k

WebID

Price

Dealer

H13833A

$34,995 Dealer Name

Phone # 123-456-7890 SP50543

12625TA

$32,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Sable

‘05 93k

J12C696C $6,595

Wrangler Unlimited ‘12 24k

P43115

$35,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sable

‘09 50k

PC11971

Kia

Jay Chevrolet

$17,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

888-379-9293

Montana

‘03 124k

120693B

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

866-879-6010

Montana

‘04 102k

F2712A

$4,999

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Montana

‘03 94k

25340A

$5,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Solstice

‘08 58k

24395B

$14,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sunfire

‘03 180k

120526A

$2,911

800-519-7950

Torrent

‘06 68k

P42935

$11,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Torrent

‘08 75k

25186A

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Torrent

‘09 42k

24939A

$15,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Torrent

‘08 50k

P42987

$17,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Torrent

‘08 55k

311302

$18,875 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Vibe

‘04 174k

25247A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Vibe

‘08 153k

121326B

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Vibe

‘09 50k

6445

$12,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Vibe

‘09 25k

P43091

$14,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Vibe

‘09 23k

23589A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Nissan

Model

Yr

Forte

Mi.

WebID #

Price

‘10 57k

8761P

Forte Koup

‘12 14k

Optima

‘06 123k

Optima

Dealer

Phone #

Model

Yr

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Altima

F2709A

$19,199 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

30200B

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘04 95k

31188

$5,995

Young Chevrolet

Optima

‘09 56k

F2530B

Optima

‘10 47k

Optima

‘11 73k

Optima

Price

‘11 11k

8778P

$15,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Altima

‘11 12k

8777P

$15,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Altima

‘11 8k

8779P

$16,100 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

866-283-8626

Maxima

‘08 49k

8748P

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

$13,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Maxima

‘10 42k

HP12687A $19,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

F6058

$14,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Maxima

‘09 52k

31415

$22,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

F2733A

$19,188 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Maxima

‘10 32k

68681A

$24,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

‘11 11k

F2676A

$20,299 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Murano

‘07 109k

8746P

$11,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Optima

‘11 27k

31751A

$20,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Murano

‘12 19k

23656A

$24,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Optima

‘12 22k

F6133

$20,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Pathfinder

‘09 100k

T20505B

$11,911 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Optima

‘11 11k

F2717B

$21,047 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Pathfinder

‘08 92k

T21168A

$15,922 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Rio

‘09 15k

06940

$13,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Sentra

‘09 54k

H14421A

$13,865 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Ram

Rio5

‘12 10k

8679A

$13,400 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sentra

‘11 12k

8765P

$14,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Sedona

‘04 105k

8817P

$5,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Titan

‘11 8k

67706A

$26,500 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

1500

‘12 15k

P43123

$37,995 Brighton Ford

Sorento

‘04 156k

30503Q

$5,800

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Versa

‘07 76k

P2503

$8,990

866-207-2670

Sorento

‘05 96k

21518Q

$7,811

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Versa

‘11 5k

8781P

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

Sorento

‘11 35k

30087A

$17,211 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Saab Yr

WebID #

Price

‘11 19k

24970A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

9-5

‘06 69k

07403

$11,995 Brighton Ford

Sorento

‘12 24k

F6134

$23,737 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Oldsmobile

Model

Sorento Sorento

‘11 15k

8822A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sorento

‘11 27k

F6130

$25,203 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Soul

‘11 17k

F6137

$13,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Soul

‘11 34k

H4083

$15,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Soul

‘11 34k

H4084

$15,995 Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Soul

‘12 28k

F2724A

$15,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Soul

‘11 39k

F6132

$16,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Soul

‘11 38k

F2651B

$18,864 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Soul

‘11 27k

F2648A

$19,965 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Spectra

‘02 135k

F2638A

$3,400

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Spectra

‘08 70k

22090B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sportage

‘10 42k

24447A

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sportage

‘11 8k

31339A

$20,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sportage

‘11 27k

F2755A

$20,229 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Sportage

‘12 19k

31193A

$22,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sportage

‘11 21k

F2649A

$22,760 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Model

Yr

ES 350 ES 350

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

Phone #

‘07 83k

4402

$17,499 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

‘07 78k

4392

$17,499 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

ES 350

‘07 90k

4441

$17,500 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

ES 350

‘08 42k

4429

$22,000 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

ES 350

‘10 28k

4375

$28,868 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

ES 350

‘10 43k

4421

$30,000 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

ES 350

‘10 20k

4420

$31,000 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

GX 470

‘09 63k

4422

$34,000 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

HS 250h

‘10 24k

40590

$25,955 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

HS 250h

‘10 28k

4318A

$27,950 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

IS 250

‘11 16k

41332

$35,998 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

IS 250C

‘10 28k

4423

$38,995 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

LS 430

‘02 147k

4397

$12,000 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

LX 570

‘10 36k

4330

$62,963 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 330

‘05 103k

4428

$15,000 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 350

‘08 74k

4340A

$22,850 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 350

‘10 54k

4380

$31,898 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 350

‘10 60k

4405

$32,000 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 350

‘10 40k

4352

$32,943 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 350

‘10 26k

4341A

$33,855 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 350

‘10 52k

4427

$33,900 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 350

‘11 61k

4393

$34,755 Lexus of Lansing

866-787-4033

RX 450h

‘10 25k

31664

$43,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Lincoln Model

Yr

LS

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

‘04 54k

8844A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

MKS

‘09 64k

UC12211

$21,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

MKS

‘10 14k

RC11815

$33,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

MKT

‘10 25k

PT12026

$38,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

MKX

‘07 86k

1303

$17,975 Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

MKX

‘10 49k

P43072

$28,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

MKX

‘10 31k

RT11724

$29,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

MKZ

‘08 68k

07458

$16,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

MKZ

‘09 43k

07431

$20,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

MKZ

‘08 37k

UC12173

$21,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Navigator

‘08 65k

07404

$28,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Town Car

‘00 66k

T12341A

$6,989

866-360-9139

Hagen Ford

Phone #

Mazda

Dealer

Clio Chrysler

Phone #

Al Serra Auto Plaza

WebID #

Lexus

Mi.

800-519-7950

WebID #

Price

Dealer

‘03 174k

F2701B

$1,999

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Saturn

Alero

‘00 116k

24539A

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Alero

‘02 147k

H14115B

$3,850

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Astra

‘08 50k

P43052

$11,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Alero

‘99 129k

24579A

$3,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Astra

‘08 26k

P43054

$12,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Alero

‘03 81k

UC12208

$7,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Aura

‘07 126k

24717B

$7,611

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aurora

‘02 172k

31040A

$4,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aura

‘07 100k

31550A

$8,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Bravada

‘01 94k

67858A

$6,400

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Aura

‘09 80k

30369A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Cutlass

‘99 146k

24595B

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aura

‘07 75k

31243

$11,345 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Eighty Eight

‘96 106k

69233A

$3,500

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Aura

‘07 76k

67416B

$11,990 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Eighty Eight

‘97 119k

H4080A

$3,895

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Aura

‘08 96k

07438

$11,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Eighty Eight

‘99 119k

H14428B

$4,395

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Aura

‘08 76k

07428

$11,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Intrigue

‘00 160k

23885A

$2,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aura

‘08 49k

6460

$12,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Intrigue

‘01 189k

F2674B

$2,999

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Aura

‘08 60k

F2602A

$13,299 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Silhouette

‘01 156k

25334A

$3,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aura

‘08 66k

JA1906A

$13,565 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Silhouette

‘01 181k

67221A

$3,650

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Aura

‘08 52k

31338

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silhouette

‘04 141k

24897B

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Aura

‘09 54k

68942B

$13,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Silhouette

‘04 121k

67960B

$8,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Aura

‘08 49k

6443

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Aura

‘08 26k

31591

$15,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

ION

‘06 109k

31194A

$6,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

ION

‘05 69k

23770A

$6,811

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

ION

‘06 100k

67013A

$6,885

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

ION

‘06 108k

1262

$6,975

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

ION

‘06 91k

24536A

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

ION

‘07 56k

8879P

$8,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

ION

‘07 60k

21729C

$8,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

L300

‘05 127k

68085B

$6,850

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Outlook

‘07 127k

24493A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Outlook

‘09 64k

67505A

$19,665 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Outlook

‘08 84k

UT12098

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Outlook

‘08 58k

6282

$19,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Outlook

‘08 46k

UT12124

$22,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Relay

‘05 80k

6494

$9,495

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

SC2

‘99

1322

$1,275

Clare Auto Sales

866-303-0449

SL1

‘01 114k

24932B

$3,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘07 110k

24826A

$8,511

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘08 76k

24511C

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘08 60k

24313B

$14,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘09 53k

8872P

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘09 53k

23924B

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘08 43k

25123A

$15,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘09 44k

23674C

$16,200 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘09 35k

8910P

$18,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

VUE

‘08 39k

UT12088

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

WebID #

Price

Dealer

23739B

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

Dealer

Mi.

Phone #

Pontiac Mi.

Phone #

WebID #

Price

Dealer

‘05 71k

F6150

$8,999

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Bonneville

‘99 187k

65821B

$2,750

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Bonneville

‘02 146k

MT3584A

$4,979

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Bonneville

‘99 105k

MT3581A

$5,878

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

Bonneville

‘04 134k

24374B

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Bonneville

‘04 84k

24530A

$8,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

G3

‘09 48k

UC12168

$12,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

G5

‘07 91k

120964T

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G5

‘08 94k

25051A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G5

‘09 76k

07460

$9,995

Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

G5

‘09 52k

30797A

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G5

‘09 51k

25234A

$10,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G5

‘09 40k

J12C048A $11,575 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

G5

‘08 63k

P43055

$11,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

G6

‘05 97k

12593ZA

$6,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

G6

‘06 179k

68952B

$6,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G6

‘07 147k

24790A

$7,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘06 163k

67503A

$7,500

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G6

‘06 104k

12807TB

$7,990

Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

G6

‘07 92k

24729A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘07 117k

24815A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘06 93k

25273A

$8,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘08 130k

68214A

$9,400

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G6

‘07 75k

31101B

$9,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘07 58k

23841A

$10,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Scion

G6

‘06 72k

30948A

$10,511 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

G6

‘07 68k

T13062A

$10,878 Hagen Ford

866-360-9139

tC

‘06 92k

G6

‘08 70k

20894A

$10,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘06 66k

6469

$10,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Subaru

G6

‘09 61k

30738A

$11,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

G6

‘08 40k

HP12645A $11,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Forester

‘09 49k

30634A

$17,700 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘10 70k

T20616B

$11,522 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Impreza

‘09 54k

UC12072

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

G6

‘08 74k

68398A

$11,885 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Impreza

‘09 26k

31942A

$29,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘06 90k

PC11828

$11,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Outback

‘07 89k

30502A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘09 48k

25257A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘09 57k

31829A

$12,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘09 45k

23980B

$12,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Suzuki

G6

‘09 60k

23887A

$12,933 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

XL7

‘04 87k

H14441A

$7,250

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

XL7

‘08 47k

06893

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

4Runner

‘06 132k

T12316A

$13,965 Hagen Ford

Camry

‘10 30k

8763P

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Highlander

‘05 81k

HP12865A $14,500 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

RAV4

‘06 149k

UT12126

$13,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Sienna

‘00 327k

H4102

$1,200

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Sienna

‘05 201k

H12915A

$6,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Sienna

‘09 73k

F2775A

$15,999 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

Tacoma

‘05 143k

12038TB

$11,990 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

Tercel

‘94 53k

JX12C982A $4,255

Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

Yaris

‘08 69k

24393B

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Dealer

$13,700 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

67485A

$13,880 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

$17,759 Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

G6

‘10 43k

22624B

$13,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

$17,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

G6

‘09 31k

24561A

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

H12860A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G6

‘08 42k

24705B

$15,722 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘11 10k

UC12009

$16,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

G6

‘09 41k

JA1912

$15,995 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

MAZDA6

‘05 96k

21923E

$8,000

800-519-7950

G6

‘08 52k

P42839

$15,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Tribute

‘09 64k

H4090

$15,995 Thelen Honda

G6

‘09 38k

JA1907

$16,475 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

G8

‘09 62k

JB4200

$18,775 Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

CX-7 CX-7

‘10 33k

F2764A

‘08 61k

07313

CX-7

‘11 28k

MAZDA3

Al Serra Auto Plaza

866-777-6199

Mercedes-Benz

Mi.

Mi.

Phone # 800-519-7950

Phone #

Phone #

Toyota Mi.

Dealer

Phone # 866-360-9139

G8

‘09 59k

8865P

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Phone #

G8

‘09 44k

8865A

$21,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

$10,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

G8

‘09 53k

24398B

$21,900 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

68690A

$26,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G8

‘09 61k

07479

$21,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

67901B

$35,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

G8

‘09 36k

31586

$23,445 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

‘01 89k

4430

$9,995

866-787-4033

G8

‘09 24k

20574A

$25,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘09 77k

P43059

$29,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Grand Am

‘03 167k

H14475A

$4,500

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Grand Am

‘03 175k

24653A

$4,950

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

Volkswagen

Grand Am

‘05 92k

68663A

$6,995

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Grand Prix

‘97 206k

F2771A

$1,199

Kia of Frankenmuth

866-491-3844

CC

‘10 72k

31531A

$16,800 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Prix

‘04 243k

24665B

$3,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Jetta

‘00 117k

25349A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

888-379-9293

Grand Prix

‘98 73k

31565A

$4,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Jetta

‘01 94k

UC12194

$6,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

866-879-6010

Grand Prix

‘02 118k

23446B

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Jetta

‘11 36k

6493

$13,995 Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

866-283-8626

Grand Prix

‘05 132k

25183A

$6,411

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Jetta

‘11 43k

8876P

$14,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘07 138k

30667B

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Jetta

‘11 35k

8877P

$15,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Jetta

‘10 31k

12607TA

$20,690 Clio Chrysler

866-207-2670

New Beetle

‘02 258k

H4064A

$3,799

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

New Beetle

‘01 143k

H14379B

$4,995

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

New Beetle

‘07 54k

UC12078

$14,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Routan

‘10 39k

31722

$23,995 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

C-Class

‘04 80k

24706A

C-Class

‘08 62k

C-Class

‘11 18k

CLK-Class M-Class

Mi.

Dealer

Lexus of Lansing

Mercury Model

Yr

Grand Marquis

‘97 132k

Mi.

WebID #

Price

Dealer

24208A

$2,522

Al Serra Auto Plaza

Grand Marquis

‘04 86k

J12C840A $5,995

Grand Marquis

‘07 60k

UC12196

Mariner

Phone #

Yr

23852A

Dealer

Dealer

Aztek

‘08 43k

Price

Mi.

Model

‘10 47k

WebID #

Phone # 866-737-1153

Yr

G6

Mi.

Dealer

Phone # 866-737-1153

Alero

G6 Yr

Mi.

Dealer

Model

Phone #

Model

Mi.

‘09 86k

31427A

Jay Chevrolet

$14,995 Midland Ford Lincoln $12,650 Young Chevrolet

Phone # 800-519-7950

Mariner

‘09 76k

8754P

$13,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Prix

Mariner

‘10 37k

UT12117

$19,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Grand Prix

‘06 147k

25053A

$6,900

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘06 121k

8871P

$7,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Mariner

‘09 40k

06561

$20,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Grand Prix

Mariner

‘10 42k

RT12183

$22,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Grand Prix

‘02 85k

31593

$7,700

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Milan

‘09 42k

69153B

$15,000 Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Grand Prix

‘05 108k

30394B

$7,722

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

‘05 102k

T13054A

$8,487

Hagen Ford

866-360-9139 800-519-7950

Mi.

Phone #

Montego

‘05 105k

24399A

$6,722

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Prix

Mountaineer

‘03 182k

H14465A

$7,800

Thelen Honda

866-777-6199

Grand Prix

‘06 92k

24877B

$9,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

Mountaineer

‘03 169k

UT12146

$9,995

Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Grand Prix

‘06 133k

31668

$9,000

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

Volvo

Mountaineer

‘08 98k

31954A

$12,400 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Grand Prix

‘07 92k

8841P

$9,500

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Model

Yr

WebID #

Price

Dealer

Mountaineer

‘08 89k

07331

$16,995 Brighton Ford

866-737-1153

Montana

‘99 218k

JX12C082A $2,995

Jay Chevrolet

888-379-9293

S40

‘01 100k

30074A

$5,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Mountaineer

‘07 81k

UT11872

$17,995 Midland Ford Lincoln

866-879-6010

Montana

‘01 171k

67567A

$3,250

Young Chevrolet

866-283-8626

S40

‘08 115k

23819A

$8,000

Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Mountaineer

‘08 60k

31308A

$18,000 Al Serra Auto Plaza

800-519-7950

Montana

‘02 166k

6419A

$3,995

Applegate Chevrolet

855-516-7162

S80

‘10 29k

69121A

$27,500 Young Chevrolet

Mi.

Phone #

866-283-8626

4495767-05

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DODGE 2005 CARAVAN 75,482 miles, one owner, equipped with handicap ramp & electric chair. $16,000 Call for appt. 989-667-2040

Ford 2008 Escape-Hybrid 71,847 mi., 4 door, Automatic excellent condition, Black Slate Metallic, Stone Leather interior, 1FMCU49H08KA82986, 4 cylinder, all wheel drive, ABS, air, alarm, AM/FM, CD, cruise, heated seats, leather, moon roof, power locks, power windows, rear defrost, Satellite Radio, Rear Brakes:1 year old. Tires: 1 year old (rotated every 6mos). New Sears Diehard (2months old). Rain Shields Complete maintenance history. Vehicle was in one accident but damage was exterior only and long since repaired. One Owner. $12,000. Please call (810)239-2735 theaquarian@sbcglobal.net FORD 2004 EXPEDITION Eddie Bauer edition, burgundy, 3rd row, DVD, moon roof $11,798. Call Hank Graff Davison, 810-653-4111

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Information Technology Services at the University of Michigan - Flint seeks to recruit for an Applications Programmer Associate. For additional information, please consult our website at www.umjobs.org (Job ID 75072 ). Review of applications will begin immediately. UM-Flint is a nondiscriminatory/Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.

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The Charter Township of Grand Blanc, Genesee County, Michigan, is seeking applications for a Director of the Department of Public Works. Requirements: minimum of high school diploma; Bachelor’s Degree in a related field ENERAL ELP ANTED preferred. Supervisory experience in a municipal LEGAL ASSISTANT - Law ofpublic works department a fice and book keeping experiAccepting New Donors! must; and valid Michigan ence required. Mail resume to Earn Up to $100 This Week! Driver’s License with CDL Offices of Martin Tyckoski Save lives & earn cash preferred, and a good driv- and Eric Mead at 624 S. Bring in proof of address, photo ing record. The Job De- Grand Traverse, Flint, MI, 48502 ID & Social Security scription, State of Qualificard/immigration card cation and Employment TALECRIS PLASMA Application are available RESOURCES at www.twp.grand-blanc. 4027 N. Jennings Rd., mi.us or call Township Flint, MI 48504 OFFICE MANAGER : growing Clerk at (810) 424-2602. 810-787-3982

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LINCOLN 2004 AVIATOR Loaded, DVD, leather, roof, navigation, sweet truck, $6998. Hank Graff Davison, 810-653-4111

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MSU Extension has an open Program Instructor position located in Lapeer County. ResponsiTranscript & ble for managing, planADVISOR - Hank Counter Clerk ning, coordinating and SERVICE Graff Chevrolet of Davison evaluating a comprehena Service Advisor Full-time position to prosive 4-H Youth Develop- seeking dealership experience, ment program and the re- with clean driving record, must be vide service to those lated volunteer develop- able to pass physical and drug seeking assistance from ment and management screening. Apply in person- the Registrar’s Office. For further information, system. Key functions in- 800 N. State St., Davison. minimum qualifications clude instruction, coordiand to apply for this ponation and management. Spin City Internet sition, please visit: May have responsibility Sweepstakes www.jobs.svsu.edu. for first-level supervision. Now Hiring! Applicants must apply Associates degree re• Cashiers o n - l i n e . SVSU is an quired; Bachelor’s prefer• Floor attendants EO/AA employer. red. Minimum 2 years reApply in person at: lated experience, profiRoss Plaza G-3490 cient computer operation #5 Miller Rd, Flint. and electronic communicaCall for info: tion skills. For more de810-820-6658 tails or to apply for this Back ground check required! position go to: www.jobs. msu.edu and enter number 6823 in the position post- TELLER - part-time. Previous W A R E H O U S E - For small ing number search box. teller or cashier experience business. Fork truck and MSU is an equal opportu- required. Excellent starting frontend loader exp. helpful. pay. Send resume to M- Some heavy lifting. Full time. nity employer 5033 , The Flint Journal, 540 $10/hr. M-5024 , The Flint

DIRECT CARE - 24 hour shift, HVAC SERVICE & one or two days/wk. F A X IN STALLATION people need- CEMENT FINISHER - Garage F A L L CLEAN-UP TIME ed, - 1-2 years experience. floors, driveways, etc. Free Trees, bushes, stumps. Call 810-742-9179 Send resume HVAC, PO Box estimates! Call 810-308-5325 810-736-9419. DIRECT CARE STAFF needed 194, Flushing, MI 48433 or fax for Group Homes and Respite 810-230-7436. Program. Provide assistance to disabled children and J A N I T O R I A L - Clio Area adults in programs and in- Schools is currently accepting home settings. Part time. applications for substitute HS diploma and valid driver’s janitorial with the chance for AWN AINTENANCE INANCIAL license required. Call 810-742- advancement. Rate of begins 7044, Monday only from at minimum wage. Applicants B A N K R U P T C Y - No money TURF TAMERZ LAWN must submit to a criminal 9:30am-12:30pm or submit down. Payment plans. Call CA R E Aeration and Fall Clean online application at background check. Applica- 810-235-8669 up, Free Estimates. 397-6529. mcsionline.org, or send re- tions can be picked up at our sume to Plant Operations Office, 2242 W. Vienna Road, Clio, MI applications@mcsionline.org. 48420. Phone 810-591-8170 UTO ARTS ERVICE DIRECT CARE WORKER 1st shift part time at adult foster care home. Call 810-487-2023

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OCTOBER SPECIALS! RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLO - FLINT - 6402 N. Saginaw. GIST - Imaging Center is Large Commercial Property. FREE MOVE to Meadowbrook Manor. Flushing Schools. looking for a registered Great t Investment Opportu810-639-2170 Radiologic Technologist, Send nity. Owner financing or cash resumes to M- 5032 , The discounts $250 Dn $154/mo. Flint Journal, 540 S. Saginaw Call 803-978-1542 St., Suite 101 Flint, MI 48502 TAWAS AREA- 2,600 sq. ft. ANUFACTURED OMES building, 9 door reach-in cooler, large kitchen, paved parking lot, one block from Sand STAT EMS is hiring EMTs Lake, one mile from ORV and Paramedics! All appli- trails, $88,000. Land Contract. cants must have current Call 989-873-6159 state of Michigan licensure in EALTH ARE NEW MODEL HAS good standing and a clear ARRIVED! driving record and backCOME PICK YOUR ground. Apply online at ARM CREAGE DÉCOR! Certified Coder www.statems.net or email LEASE TO OWN Business Operations — resumes to shelli@statems. Salary range: $29,034 A U G R E S 160 acres of Huntnet. We will also be holding a $37,713, annually. AppliJob Fair for EMTs and ing property, w/ 3 manmade cation deadline: 5:00 Paramedics every day from lakes, enrolled in wetland rep.m., October 19, 2012. Monday, October 15th serve for over 10 years, great OCTOBER SPECIALS! for water fowl & deer hunt- Rent in October & receive General statement of duthrough Friday, October ties: under the direction 19th from 1:00pm – ing, will split up into 40 acre N o v e m be r’s RENT FREE! 4:00pm. Bring your resume plots, $1,500 per acre. Please Flushing Schls 810-639-2170 of the Billing/Claims Suand be ready for on-the-spot Call/Text 989-942-1538 pervisor, performs a variinterviews! The job fair will Relocate your home to ety of tasks in centralizbe held at the STAT EMS Indian Hills Manor! ing and monitoring the headquarters located at 520 We will move your home! appropriateness of proW. Third Street, Flint, MI We also have Rentals OMES cedure and diagnosis 48503. STAT EMS is an Equal and Fixer-Uppers for sale. coding for each Genesee Opportunity Employer. Wom810-736-9420 County Community Menen and/or minorities are en- BALITMORE 338 E - 3 large tal Health client encounbedrooms, $3000 or best ofcouraged to apply. ter; must ensure the fer. Call 810-695-6378

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CARPENTER RD - 301 W . JASMINE 1822 , S T E R L I N G Clean two bedroom. $423. 3901, 1302 FLAMINGO Nice 3 bedroom, bsmt, SecPlease call (810) 687-5614 tion 8 ok. Call (810) 919-5130. City of Flint KENTUCKY, 1809 - 3 bed3117 Brandon. 2 bdrm, room, basement, garage, nice basement, carport, shed. house, $475/$475. Please Call Call 733-6342 (810) 444-8564 CITY OF FLINT KETTERING - Near - 2 & 3 Move in Special! bedroom homes, $400 + de$200 dep. + 1st mo. rent posit. Call (810) 577-7770 1222 Knapp, 2 bdrm 2741 Brown, 3 bdrm LEXINGTON, 919 - 2 bed3610 Lawndale, 3 bdrm rooms, vendor ok. Section 8 3613 Lawndale, 3 bdrm ok. $500/$500. 810-287-1650 3506 Sterling, 3 bdrm 3105 Wisner, 3 bdrm LYNN, 3601 - 3 bedroom ranch Call 810-733-6342 in Evergreen Valley, $560. Low move in. 810-336-7444. CLIO AREA 2392 Bingham. 3 bdrm, MACKIN - Off Ballenger, 2 bath, 2 car garage. 2 bedroom, $400mo. $600 Call 733-6342 move in. 810-423-0644

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NORTH - 609 E. Mott Ave. 3 bedroom home, $425/$425. 810-789-7769 / 810-845-1822

CARMAN SCHOOLS - 2, 3 & 4 BR, beautiful homes. Wonderful neighborhoods. Your paycheck is your FLUSHING SCHOOLS UNTING ISHING approval. Rent to own. Call 2-bdrm, 1-bath, wrap-around ROPERTIES Today! 810-691-5367 or porch, laundry, on 300-acre farm, $695/mo 810-845-4720 810-233-7128. GENESEE CO. Hunting CARMEN AREA - 3 bedroom, GREENWAY AVE., 1607 land for rent $325 nowfenced yard, $525 + deposit, 3 bedroom, $550 mo. $550 Aug. 31, 2013 for all legal down. Call 810-766-3440 Call (810) 577-7770

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BURTON - Very nice 2 Bedroom $750 deposit, $110/wk, no pets 810-744-4555

MT. MORRIS- 6151 O’toole, Beecher area, 3 bdrm, 1.5 bath, finished basement & attached garage, sec. 8 ok, $485/mo (810) 577-8441

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MOTT PARK - 2 bedroom, attached garage, $650/$650 no pets. 810-766-3939 appt. only

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ALMA 505 W. - 2 bedroom, heat paid. Pay water/sewage. $550/mo. Call 810-787-0555

P A T E R S O N / D U P O N T - 1 BROWN 2214 - nice 3 bdrm, bdrm, $440/mo., heat/water, basement, new carpet, fenced section 8 ok. (810) 632-6304 yard $595/$300. 610-5792

CLIO VILLAGE Senior Apts. Adults 55 & up. 1 bedroom starting at $430 with 1/2 off 1st months rent.* Small pets welcome, no maximum in Let us help! come limits. Updated Apartments *For qualified applicants, call DONN ELLY/DUPON T- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $500/mo. Secyou’ll love! for details. tion 8 ok, Call 810-632-6304 810-686-4300 1 Beds $499+ 11535 Plaza Dr. (Behind Clio 2 Beds $579+ D o w n t o w n - Studio 2 room, Square Plaza) clean, carpeted. $450 mo. MAPLE PARK TERRACES EHO 866-714-1420 utilities included. 234-1823

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ARLINGTON AVE. - House for rent near Mott College. Call 810-858-0186 CULTURAL CENTER - 1 bed- Genesse Road Apartments room, from $400! Plus depos- GENESEE IS THE 810-694-5555 ATHERTON / FENTON it. Call 810-640-1901. www.knollwood NEAR - 944 Campbell. Small PLACE TO BE! villageapts.com 2 bedroom. Fenced in yard. DAVISON - 1 mile from I69 "CATCH THE FALLING LARGE 2 BEDROOM $400. Call 810 733-5084 *conditions apply EHO Large, 750-950 sq. ft. 1 & 2 COUNTRY LIVING RATES AT RICHFIELD bedrooms, lots of storage GROUND FLOOR ATHERTON/FENTON- Nice 2 with walk-in closets. COURT APARTMENTS!" REFRIGERATOR & STOVE bdrm, fenced, shed. 1034 EdAinsworth Schools $439 AND UP Studio’s starting at $349 WASHER AND DRYER ith. $500/mo. 810-287-1816 O DEPOSIT / 0 FEES 2 BEDROOM Deposits starting at $199 SENIOR DISCOUNT Some Restrictions Apply No Application fees! ATHERTON NEAR DORT $550 PER MONTH 2 FULL BATHS Pet Friendly 2 bdrm, very nice, ready now, 810-736-2720 653-0970 or 653-5640 includes water, $550mo/dep. Free 1st Month (810) 618-0733 DAVISON $99 Moves you Chevrolet/University $0 Security Deposit GEORGIAN COURT Free into a 1 or 2 bedroom, startAll Bills Paid/Quiet! ATHERTON / SAGINAWing at $410. Call Eastknoll heat and water. $199.00 Sharp 2 bdrm, bsmt, garage, $0 Application Fee 709 Stevenson moves you into a freshly dec- $125/ week. (810) 234-6157 Apartments 653-0672. Conditions Apply Extra Large 1 Bedrooms orated one bedroom. Please 2 Bdrm $540-$565 $420/mo. ALSO 1 bedroom, call 233-4211. BALLENGER/CORUNNA$320/mo. 810-424-0412. SECTION 8 OK 2 bdrm, updated, clean, WALNUT SQUARE APTS MT. MORRIS 1 bedroom, $475/mo. Call 810-730-6700. C L I O - 2 bdrm apt. No pets. 810-733-1471 FREE utilities, $100 off Non Smoking. $525/mo + BENDLE AREA - 2 bdrm $525 dep. Call (810) 687-7590 1st mo. Starting at house, $520/mo., water paid. $445/mo. 810-640-1901. Call (810) 744-4864 ALL BILLS PAID

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DORT/I69- Daily $30 Wkly $105, $130refrigerator, microwave. $140 W/Kitchenette Travel Inn 235-6621

GENESEE VALLEY MALL N E A R - Private 1 bdrm, all bills paid including satellite TV, $595/mo. (810) 732-3549

ECONOMY MOTEL Corunna Rd. West, 810732-4400. Daily, Weekly, Monthly. Kitchenette, Cable TV. Clean, Newly Renovated. America Inn, 810-734-8800

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HOME TOWN INN $67 off the monthly or $20 off weekly rate! First stay only. FREE breakfast, FREE Wi-Fi. Miller Rd. at I-75. 810-733-5910

Briar Glen Community LIMITED OFFER Move into any home $399!!! 3 bedroom, 2 bath homes for lease. Carman Ainsworth Schools 810-235-9500

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INNOVATIVE PROPERTY BURTON Donovan, 1404 3bd/1bth....$650 Leta, 3042........3bd/1bth....$500 FENTON Parkview, 990 3bd/2.5b...$1400 GRAND BLANC Hill Rd, 6139..4bd/1.5b...$1025 24/7 ipmrental.com 810-732-3355

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THIS ONE WON’T LAST L O N G ! 1451 Flamingo Dr. 3 bedrooms, references, will consider Sec. 8. 810-653-4347

WESTERN - Off Richfield. 3 bedroom, basement. $600 + security 658-8708

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WESTWOOD HEIGHTS 3030 Raywood. 3 bdrm, $450 mo. Call 810-691-5070

ELMS MHP -2 bdrm $400/ mo Handyman specials starting Beautiful Cultural Center at $1 No Credit Check. Same Setting; Utilities/TV Paid; Eff $333/1BR $452. Move in BEECHER - 1175 Orange BlosDay Approval 810-743-2111 Specials! 810-238-4851 som, 3 bdrm, attached garage, $550. 586-913-3676

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ATHERTON - 3499, 2 bdrm, $675, bills paid, Shown MonFri, 10-6PM. (989) 288-4435

KEARSLEY SCHOOLS Kearsley Lake Terrace Lake front community. Center Rd. north of Richfield 810-736-7000

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BEECHER - 1239 W. Juliah Ave., 3 bdrm, finished bsmt, $450/mo. Call 586-913-3676

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BEECHER - 2143 Obrien. 3br, garage, finished bsmnt, $600 mo/$600dep. 810-691-5070 B E E C H E R - 2-3 bdrm homes, clean, $450-$650. Call (810) 516-4327

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BEECHER - 6194 Stem, 4 bed 2 ba, basement, new carpet/p aint, $495/$250. Call 810659-1100 or 810-577-2432

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BEECHER - PLUS DEP. 1197 Juliah, 2 bdrm 1331 Juliah, 3 bdrm, shed. Call 810-733-6342

RENT TO OWN Starting at $395/ month. Restrictions apply. Maple Grove MHC in Burton 810-238-7511

B E E C H E R - Saginaw & Princeton-, small 2-bdrm, $650 move in. 810-624-0668

OFFICE SPACE BURTON - S. Saginaw St. Spacious building, 1500 sq. ft., $650 mo. 810-744-4555

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BIRCH RUN - 3 bdrm, 1 acre, garage, basement, $725. Call (810) 730-8048

BURTON - Bendle Schools 2152 Boltfield 3 bdrm, 2 car garage. Call 810-733-6342 B U R T O N - Bendle Schools, 2 bedroom, basement, garage. Call (810) 919-4840

ROOMS TO RENT - Use of stove and ref. $375 per C A R M A N - 3056 Stratford month, 810-789-5584. 2 bdrm, new furnace, laundy in kitchen. $475 incl. water. (810) 733-7057

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DAILY $35.95, Weekly $119, Monthly $399. New movie channels. Great Western Inn 733-7570/733-7573

CARMAN SCHOOLS- 2 bdrm, 2 car garage. $550/$550 dep. 3181 Herrick. 810-625-6890. FLUSHING-PARK- Lg 3 bdrm, bsmt, gar, updated, option to buy, $995. (810) 659-9921

BIKES - (2) Ross Mt. Rush- COUCH - with Chairs well more, asking $75; Pacific, cared for, dark brown natuzzi asking $50; (2) Fisher large leather couch with 2 matchspeakers, 3ft. x 17in. wide, ing recliners, excellent condi$50 for set; Entertainment tion, leather protection kit inADULT DIAPERS - Large, box Center $10; (4) Printers for cluded, $900 or best. Please of 72, $30. Call 810-691-1193 $10 each; Dirt Devil Vacuum Call (810) 230-7205 Leave message. $10. Call (810) 282-4676 CROSSBOW - Parker with AIR COMPRESSOR - 5 hp, 2 BIKE - Schwinn, adult 3-wheel, Hawk scope, $300. Set of lad- KITCHEN CUPBAORD , - Oak stage, 80 gallon horizontal, $175. Christmas wreath, in- der sticks, $10. Tree stand, look, set of 5, double upper max psi. 175 at 17.1 cfm., cludes color lights & bow, $20. Call 989-714-1585 cupboards, $100; Adora kitch230V one phase, large desic- large, 32x32in. to hang outen set, $25. China closet, $75. cant air dryer included retail side on house, $25. Brass log DAYDREAMER BAG - Black, Refrigerator, $100. Call (810) Juicy Couture, still in bag, value $3,000, will sell both for holder stand $8. Canvas log 686-7899 or 810-471-1396 holder with wood handles, $5. very nice, $99. Call (810) 686$850. John (810) 655-6441 2209 Call 810-234-9862 after 1pm. LAWN TRACTOR- Heavy duAIR HOCKEY TABLE- BrunsDESK - metal with a glass top, ty, 18 HP, 42" cut. $275. wick, 6 ft. long, good condi- B O O K S - 1937 Jamboree Boy $20; T.V. Stand, wood, ad- REFRIGERATOR- Whirlpool, Scout. 12 issues bound. $60. white, excellent condition. tion, $50; Call (810) 964-8154 Bumper, the White Rabbit, justable shelf, $5; 20 inch $175. BIKE- Huffy, 15 speed. $10. Variety Pack, Cookbook, Magnovox T.V., $15; Kitchen ANTIQUE FURNITURE - (5) Pinckney Hamburg Girl Scout, Table with glass top, $15. $25. obo for all items. Call different lamp tables & li- $12. Cooper Street Cusine, Mens 26 inch 10 speed bike, 810-606-0953/ 810-282-7727. brary tables. Dresser includ- Correctional Facility, $20. Call $ 15. Call (989) 402-8021 MEDICAL EQUIPMENT- Cened. All refinished, $125. Pay- (517) 788-2620 trifuge, 30 minute timer, ments possible. Please Call holds up to 6 tubes. $100. DINING ROOM SET (989) 781-1467 BUNK BED - Twin size bunk DESK- Ashley, secretary, still Table, 6 chairs & china beds and Dresser, like new, in box, cherry, Paid. $350 Will cabinet, mahogany, very A N T I Q U E S - Clocks, $299; $150. Call (810) 208-0388 sacrifice for $200 obo. Please good condition, $800 store scales, $75; Schwinn Call 517-7694093. Call (810) 919-9717 Bike, $95; Tackle box full of CHAIR- Oriental wood RockerMICROWAVE - Magic Chef. fishing lures, $225; Brass oil with painting, $39; E N D lamp, asking $50. Please Call TABLE- solid wood, w/ draw- D I N N E R W A R E - Pfaltzgraf Stainless Steel, works great. (810) 631-6879 er, very nice $25; ANTIQUE Country White, antique, 4 $50 (810)640-7729. sets of place settings A+ $60; LG CANNING PRESSURE APPLIANCE- George Foreman C O O K E R - $29; WALKER- WARING BLENDERS, Vin- ORGAN - Baldwin Cabaret, Grill, recipe book, like new never used, $29 All nice, Call tage, 14-speed futura series, with bench & music, mint avocado green, w/ matching condition, $300/obo. Call $15; FAUCET- brass, for bath- (810) 694-3485. color cap, $20; also 7 speed (810) 412-4620 room sink, all plumbing included, perfect condition $15; CHAIR - Swivel, rocker, brown; white, $14; 231-744-7747 POLICE JACKETS - (2) Flying BLACK EDGING- for around $25. Hunting pants & coat, DOG KENNEL- heavy steel, Cross, 4XL, $250. (5) Rigid flower beds, over 300 ft. $20. XL, orange; $35. Avon dishes, custom made, $300; H A I R wet dry vacs: (4) 12 gallon, Please call (989)684-4316. ruby red; $200/all. Cookbooks, DRESSER CHAIR- $200; $45 each, (1) 14 gallon, $60. lots; $240/all. Cookie cutters; ELECTRIC WOK - Still in Pacific Hydrostar portable BASKETBALL HOOP - For $125/all. Roy Rogers & Dale box, $25; Call (989) 892-0319 gas water pump, like new, kids 4-13 years, has ball Evans, pics & t-shirts; $45. with all attachments, 145 DR ES SER DRAWER SET - 2 gpm, $175. (810) 877-1048 return, 3 balls & digital score- 989-297-0154 piece, with mirror, in top conboard, excellent shape, $24. dition, $100. (810) 444-3296 POOL TABLE- regulation size, CHERRY PICKER ENGINE Call Clio (810) 686-0364. 8 ft, $300; Ping Pong TableH O I S T - heavy duty, likeEVINRUDE 9.9 HP, mid 80’s $25; Sofas- (2) $35 & $50, new, $150 obo; B A T H BASKETBALL HOOP - portable, free standing $95; (2) COUNTERTOPS (3)- Marlite model, good condition, short Formica Table-2 leafs, 5 Griffins playoff hockey pucks, w/ focets, 22 by 30.5, $75; 22 shaft, runs great $675/best. chairs, $50, Twin Bed- long, w/ linens, $25; Upright Freez$40; Yzerman Beanie Bear by 72, $125; 19 by 96, $150; Call 989-522-3635 er $50; (810) 735-7703 $20; Bauer hockey skates, TRUN K- Car, old, 12 by 20 by EXERCISE EQUIPMENT 34; Call 810-241-9948 $25; Little Litton Microwave Ablounger, $50obo; Black and SCOOTER - Rascal 200T mobiw/ under cabinet mount, $95; Decker dlx paint sprayer, Barbie Doll, $5; 616-784-3901 CHINA CABINET - Cherry/ used once, $60obo; Black lity scooter, like new, 350 lb. capacity, $400 OBO. Please forest green, $250. Oak corshelf, $70. Oak Leather bike jacket, sz. 50, Call 989-662-4298 BATHROOM VANITY - ner with zip out liner, $65obo; table, 100 years old, $100. Small, with like new sink,, Dark green XL college jacket, SEWING MACHINE, WHITE $35; Children’s wagon, $10; 1950s table, with legs cut $65obo, Call (810) 767-2025 In cabinet, all steel, works Leaf vacuum, $25. Call 810- down into coffee table, $100. great. $110. Organ, HamCall (616) 260-6604 653-2972 FENCE POSTS Steel Tmond, beautiful; $175. Ladies Muskegon Area Posts, 6 foot & 6 1/2 foot black sports jackets, like new, length, $1.50 each. Please XL; $15/ea. Generator, 2000 BEDROOM SET - Twin, boys, CHRISTMAS ARRANGE amps, $85. Call (810) 6532 beds with mattresses, 2 MENTS - (15), $3 each; Call (810) 631-6946 0171 chests of drawers (with 5 TOYS (40)- Like new, $4 FIREPLACE - Electric, Oak and drawers), 2 dressers (with 3 each; FURBIES (10)- $10 Veneer, good condition, $175. S T O V E , ELECTRIC - 3 years drawers), 2 desks. Asking each; CHERISH TEDDYS For info call (989) 895-0938 old, broiler and pans never $1,000 Call 810-444-5352 (10)- $5 each; DREAM CY used, $225 OBO. Call (989) CLES (10)- In box, $5 each; FIREPLACE INSERT - Natural 624-4561 BEER SIGN - w/ golf theme, Call (810) 736-7334 gas, 28,000 btu max. 17,000 51in. L x 23in. H, $200; Red btu min., for 32 x 36 in. open- STOVE-FRIGIDAIRE 30 in, gas, Wing Jersey, adult XL, $25; COMPOUND BOW - Brown- ing, with 6 in. facing, auto- $150; BED-full size, w/ matMicrowave Stand on rollers, ing, 60% letoff, 60-80lbs, light matic thermostat and blower, tress, box spring, frame & white, 2 doors, $25; Bench, sight, mechanical arrow rest original cost $1,060. Will sell headboard, $25; TABLE w/ 4 spindle back, arm rests, $70. & release, $80 OBO. Please for $100. Can see working. CHAIRS-1970s, $25; (989) Call (989) 684-4186 Call 810-631-6594 Call (810) 240-3074 362-2298

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FURNACE- Amana 90 high ef- TABLE, COFFEE - $10. TV ficiency gas furnace, 90,000 Zenith console, 27 in., $30. btu input, 85,700 btu output, Chrstmas Trees, 2 artifical, 6 ft., $10/ea. Microwave, small $200; Call (810) 653-3673 $10. Call (989) 414-0734 GAS FURNACE - 2 years old, $250. (3) Armor Guard securi- TA BL E- Round, with 4 chairs. ty doors, complete, $100 $125 obo. SHOES- Diabetic, each. Gas water heater, $100. mens, 8 1/2 medium. $20. Call (810) 515-6328 CELL PHONES- (2) Motorola & Sprint. $10 each. CHRISTGRILL GUARD- C h r o m e , MAS TREE- 6 1/2 foot, lightWestin, with KC foglights ed. $40 obo. 989-798-6647. and mounts, fits ’00-’07 Chevy/GMC pickup, like new 50 inch $200 firm; 989-871-2197 or TELEVISION Mitsubishi Big Screen, $150. 989 -670-1745 42 inch Sanyo Flat Screen, GUN- 12 ga. Westerfield, $280. Call 989-501-5662. pump shotgun, polychoke, case, excellent shape, $175; TIRES - (4) P245/70R17, only 60,000 miles, good condition, (810) 655-4968 $125 for the set. Call (810) G U N -Remington model 7400, 853-3708 or (810) 720-4078 30-06, w/ scope, sling, shells, & case $400; (810) 732-4239 T O B O G G A N - 6 ft long, w/ pad, never used, excellent GUN - Remington Shotgun, au- condition, stored in heated tomatic, $300; Please Call garage, valued at $100. Ask(989) 295-2718 ing $30. OBO (989) 793-2647 HALLOWEEN COSTUMES (3) Newborn-3mo. Tigger, 3- TOOLBOX - Pick-up truck tool 6mo. Tigger, and a 3-6mo. box, heavy duty plastic, askpirate, $5 each. 6ft. Mountain ing $125/obo. Please Call Kind Christmas tree, in box, (810) 399-9700 $20. Perfect Sit-Up, $20 OBO. HP Flat-Bed Scanner, $20. TRUCK PART -Chevy 2010-13 Please Call 810-630-0704 Cat. back exhaust for regular K E N N E L - Dog kennel, 20ft cab shortbox, new $660, sell long by 10 ft wide by 6 ft. for $150. Smith & Wesson .22 high, fenced in kennel, $295; cal. pistol, never used or shot, paid $430, sell for $375. Call 810-444-4945 Firestorm 10 in. tablesaw, alKITCHEN CABINET - Base cor- most new, $50. Liftmaster, ner, lazy susan, 33 inch, never 1.5 hp garage door opener, used, $150. (810) 694-3720 $50. Call 810-653-8794 WATER SOFTNER - Salt Free, electric, easy to install, no plumbing, modifications required. $279 Call (810) 3542775 WOOD BURNER - $125; Gas Heater, 99%, $75. Please Call (810) 265-5659

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Politicizing job stats? A

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’s administration 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 below 8 percent for the first time in Obama’s presidency, 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 an even better one than found in the monthly 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. “It’s considered the gold standard of employment data,” Grimes told me. 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 results 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. The monthly survey “was off by 40,000 jobs. That’s a big difference,” Grimes said. He’s not sure why there is such a large spread between the quarterly census and monthly job figures, 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 more accurately predict job growth, Grimes says. Businesses need good employment data as well to help them make important decisions about hiring and investment. 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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The new Porsche Cayenne S diesel is shown during a media day at the Paris Auto Show in France last month.

AUTOMAKERS EXPECTED TO RELEASE INFLUX OF LIGHT-VEHICLE DIESEL MODELS IN 2013

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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 BY MICHAEL WAYLAND MWAYLAND@MLIVE.COM

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 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

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Models display some of Isaac Mizrahi’s clothing and accessories, which were inspired by the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, in The Grove in Hollywood. The woman in front is sporting the entire six-piece collection.

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. The Web specials feature an exclusive look at the creation of the Malibu Collection, including each of the women Mizrahi met with to help inspire the collection. This isn’t the first time an automaker has teamed up with a fashion designer. Last year, Ford Motor Co. commissioned two young European designers to turn parts of a Ford Focus into a “fashion phenomenon.”


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LOCAL BUSINESS Dow Labor Council discusses worker fatigue

Grocery store owner Steve Etta stands in the meat section of the newly opened Value Foods Market in Mount Morris Township.

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MORRIS T. TOWNSHIP — Steve Etta offers fresh meat, fruit and vegetables at his new grocery store just north of Flint. What he doesn’t offer is beer, wine, liquor or cigarettes. “I don’t carry liquor or tobacco in my store because I want the people and the families who come into the store to feel safe,” Etta said. “If the grandma wants to bring her grandkids to the store, I don’t want her to be worried about the guys hanging by the door.” In an area dotted with liquor stores but few spots to buy fresh food, Etta opened Value Foods Market, 1361 Coldwater Road, in late June to satisfy what he saw as a lack of options for residents in the area. In the few months the store has been open, Etta said it has seen a great deal of success. He said he has built rapport with a lot of community members, and the store already has an established customer base.

“Everyone who comes in always comes back,” he said. “I came here because I knew the community needed it, and this location was the right location. There’s only a couple supermarkets here, and the area needed a supermarket that’s nice and modern and clean where people can go and get quality produce and quality meat at good prices.” Lauren Holaly, active living director for the Crim, said the store’s ability to provide fresh, quality produce will help fight some of the issues that have plagued the city for so long. “I think it’s great for the area because there aren’t many grocery stores in the City of Flint,” she said. “We have an obesity crisis in the state and people need to have access to fresh produce, and it needs to be in an area that can be accessed by walking, biking or using mass transit.” Flint resident Mary Grundy said the store fills a void left by the many grocers that left and were never replaced. “It’s been a long time since there was a good grocery store this close,” Grundy said. “As

someone who’s disabled, this is a good thing for me and people like me.” As a first-time shopper of Value Foods, Grundy said she went to the store after she heard good reviews. “A lot of my friends and family mentioned that it was a good store,” she said, “and so I thought I’d take a look to see for myself. This store is in my neighborhood and close to my house, so it’s easier for me to come here than other grocery stores.” Grundy described the grocery store as “good, clean and people-friendly” and said that the prices are competitive and that they meet her standards as someone who does her grocery shopping on a budget. Mae Thomas, who has family on that side of town, said those are some reasons she continues to come back to the store. “They have great sales,” Thomas said. “The store is within walking distance of where my daughter and grandkids live, and I think it’s good for the whole neighborhood. So far, they’ve always been nice and friendly and clean.”

Etta said the store took 14 months to get up and running because of the extensive amount of renovations needed inside the building. The property, which was a grocery store in the past, sat for 10 years unoccupied before Etta moved in. He said his friend owned the property and thought that it would be a good investment for the community. Etta said he was able to hire about 10 people from the community to work in his store as cashiers, meat packagers and in other positions. With the growth of the store, he will look to hire even more people. “I think Steve is a good person to work for,” said Lee Grant, a Flint resident who works as a cashier at Value Foods. “I’ve been working here for almost three months, and I hear all of the customers say how much they like the store and how our prices are better than Kroger, Meijer and other stores.” The store carries major brands and Metro Foodland products, as it is a Metro Foodland affiliate.

M I D L A N D — Wo r k e r fatigue and safety were among the top issues discussed when Dow Corning and Dow Chemical labor leaders met recently to discuss common concerns. The Dow North American Labor Council, which represents about 3,000 workers at 10 Dow Chemical Co. and Dow Corning Corp. sites across the country, met recently in Kentucky to discuss common issues. Kent Holsing, president of United Steelworkers, Local 12075-Dow Chemical MiOpsMidland and chairman of the Dow North American Labor Council, said the annual meeting was mostly positive and provided a platform for the discussion of common concerns and possible solutions, and the sharing of collective bargaining data. The group discussed worker fatigue and workplace health and safety, which are growing concerns as fewer people

are asked to do more work, Holsing said. The council sends its concerns, causes, observations and recommendations to Dow Chemical and Dow Corning, and Holsing said negotiations are done on the local level. “Dow is probably the leader in safety in the chemical industry,” Holsing said. “There is probably room for improvement on both sides.” The discussion on worker fatigue was a follow-up from last year’s annual meeting, Holsing said, and many sites are seeing improvement in the form of limiting the number of hours a person can work. A spokesman for Dow Chemical said at the conclusion of each annual meeting, Dow Labor Relations leaders provide union officials with an opportunity to present the issues discussed at the event “Dow works with local union leadership at each of our sites on a regular basis to ensure our company continues to have one of the best employee health and safety records in the industry,” he said.

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A piece of siding from an MTA bus lays on the floor while workers refurbish old buses.

Transit authority spruces up old buses Another discount gas event planned instead of buying new BY JEREMY ALLEN JALLEN42@MLIVE.COM

MT. MORRIS TOWNSHIP — If you weren’t able to cash in when special-interest group Americans for ProsperityMichigan offered gas for $1.84 per gallon, you’ll have another opportunity. The catch: you’ll have to drive to the Metro Detroit area for the savings. The group, as part of its “Obama’s Failing Agenda” bus tour, will be making its third stop in Michigan, offering motorists up to 15 gallons of gas at the reduced rate of $1.84 per gallon. AFP-Michigan already made stops in Mount Morris Township and in Byron Center during the first week of October. Annie Patnaude, deputy state director for AFP-Michigan, said the first two stops were successful, and the group is hammering out the details of its stop in Metro Detroit. “We’re working on getting a station lined up to do another one in the Metro Detroit area in the upcoming weeks,” she said. “We don’t have a date scheduled yet, but we’re hoping to get a date and a station lined up to have the event sometime in the next two weeks.” When the group went to Byron Center and Mount Morris, many local residents saw it as an opportunity to cash in on savings that haven’t been seen at the pump since 2008. The organization said it uses these events as opportunities to distribute information and bring awareness to what it says

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Rebekah Johnson talks to a driver about Americans for Prosperity-Michigan’s bus tour Monday at the Beacon & Bridge gas station in Mt. Morris Township during a gas rollback event. The event backed up traffic nearly a half-mile as it offered $1.84 per gallon gas to motorists. The group plans to host another such event in Metro Detroit.

is “Obama’s failed agenda.” “We have to remember that it was just 31/2 short years ago when Obama took office that gas was just $1.84 a gallon,” said Scott Hagerstrom, state director for Americans for Prosperity-Michigan. “We want President Obama to stop his failed policies and implement policies that will bring the price of gas back down.” Patnaude said the Mount Morris Township and Byron Center events were the organization’s first stops on the bus tour. “We were very pleased with the events, even though they were chaotic,” she said. “I was surprised at how many people said that they agree with Obama, but they also agreed with us and what we presented.” “It felt good for us to be able

to give gas to people for $1.84. I think that it was a good way to highlight an important issue that is obviously on people’s hearts and minds.” Albert Price, professor and director of the master of public administration degree program at the University of MichiganFlint, disagreed with Patnaude. Price, who identified himself as politically progressive, said he doesn’t think the events are successes for Americans for Prosperity, and they don’t help the organization further its agenda. Instead, he said, the events expose the false agenda the group promotes. “Super (political action committees) like Citizens United and Americans for Prosperity are good at gaining press, but it’s only because nobody really looks at the numbers or looks at the fact that the Koch

brothers (owners of an oil, chemical and textile conglomerate that Forbes magazine says is the nation’s second-largest private company) don’t produce jobs,” he said. “If I had known, I would’ve gone and filled my car up, too, but it’s bogus,” he said. “The year of the economic collapse in 2008, gas rose to nearly $4.25 per gallon. This is a typical situation where the market is manipulated by the oil companies. They want to make people think the whole trickledown works, but it’s really the failed agenda of the Koch brothers and their inability to create jobs.” Patnaude said the group “is not anti-Obama,” but its members don’t agree with his policies on energy. She said Americans for Prosperity has a history of opposing what it says are “unfair tax laws” by Gov. Rick Snyder as well as former President George W. Bush. “I think if you look at (Americans for Prosperity’s) track record, especially here in Michigan, you can see that we’re a nonpartisan organization,” Patnaude said. She said these events serve as a wake-up call because people have been getting accustomed to paying so much for gas. “I don’t think I even realized how much people do care,” Patnaude said. “We’ve sort of become used to paying these high prices at the pump, but this was a great example that people really do care about lowering gas prices.”

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FLINT — Katrina Ross doesn’t mind if the bus she rides isn’t straight off a showroom floor. “I like these buses,” said Ross, a Flint resident sitting outside of the Mass Transportation Authority Transit Center in downtown Flint. “And as long as they don’t raise the fare again, I’ll be fine.” The MTA is taking an extra step to extend the life of its fleet, refurbishing 36 of its 1996 New Flyer LF 40 buses. The initiative is part of an ongoing effort to reduce costs that would be associated with new purchases. “The national standard in the United States for replacing vehicles is 12 years (or 500,000 miles) for transit coaches, and we realize at 12 years there is still a lot of useful life in the vehicles,” said Ed Benning, MTA general manager. Refurbishing the buses involves pulling all of the windows, seats and exterior body panels to evaluate what steel parts need to be replaced. MidWest Bus in Owosso has been contracted to do the work. The company created a fixture with adjustments to repeat the process on all of the buses. The fixture duplicates the piece of the bus that is removed and allows new steel to be set into place and welded. New body panels also are installed, primed and painted.

The process takes four to five weeks. MTA officials say it extends the vehicle’s life by six to eight years. Six buses already have gone through the process. Refurbishing and extending the life of the buses has allowed the MTA to allocate money to expanding infrastructure for future operations, Benning said. The MTA’s fleet has logged between 26,000 and 700,000 miles per bus. However, replacing one transit vehicle could cost about $500,000 or $650,000 for a more fuel-efficient hybrid model. It is costing the MTA about $55,000 to refurbish one bus. “It’s not a brand-new bus, but it sure looks nice,” Benning said. Flint resident Sam Dixon thinks the work would have to be extensive with the life of some of the buses. “How long have these been in service? It’s been quite a while now,” he said. “They’ve got a lot of repair work to do. A lot of them have been rained on. “I think they are pushing it now, but if they have to, they have to. I gotta get to where I gotta go.” Ross, however, is glad the older buses are sticking around, admitting she doesn’t care for the MTA’s new fuel-efficient hydrogen fuel cell buses that were unveiled in May. “I don’t really like the new bus they have,” she said. “It’s kind of slow.”


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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 pickup a 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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The presidential election is heading down to the wire. With three weeks to go, the polls show Mitt Romney and Barack Obama within a few points. The swing states are in play. Somewhere close to $2 billion will be spent in total on the final outcome. It’s time to look ahead. What sort of agenda will the winner inherit? How will he deal with a bitterly divided and partisan political system, a weak recovery, and a raft of pressing crises at home and abroad? Here’s what the email from his chief economic adviser might look like on Nov. 7.

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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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.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

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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

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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 Baxter International (BAX) 59.78 Murphy Oil (MUR) 56.27 Lorillard (LO) 129.48 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 Caterpillar (CAT) 106.52 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. Technologies � ChipMOS 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

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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

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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.

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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.

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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


THE FLINT JOURNAL

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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 Agnico g 51.50 -1.15 -2.07 Agrium g 103.29 -1.19 -.99 AirProd 82.00 +.03 -1.90 Aircastle 11.18 -.23 -.46 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 ... 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3,400

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2,200

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+13.2 +13.1 +12.6 +11.6

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27.11 -3.62 6.10 -.80 10.65 -1.26 45.14 -5.31

-11.8 -11.6 -10.6 -10.5

-.77

SycamNt s

5.20

+.53

+11.3

CharmCom

5.00

-10.4

-.47 -.22 -.46

-.58

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

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

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 SilicnImg 4.34 -.17 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

CLOSE

PVS

CHG

% YTD

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

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

INTEREST RATES YTD CHG

Fri Chg

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

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

TRENDS 52-WEEK HIGH LOW

YLD % 2.9 2.8 3.6 3.4 2.8

COMMODITIES

NAME

9.12 5.73

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-.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

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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

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CHG YR AGO

.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

+.01 +.01 ... ... -.01 -.02 -.01

Fri Chg

Wk’s Chg

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W-X

18.69 -.58 W&T Off WD 40 51.73 -.18 15.79 -.03 WMS 51.30 +1.37 WP Carey WPX En n 17.86 -.24 6.48 -.16 Wabash 56.26 -.08 WABCO WaddellR 31.44 -.41 75.81 +.80 WalMart 35.94 -.16 Walgrn WalterEn 35.54 -2.14 50.02 -1.04 Warnaco WarnerCh 13.00 WashFed 16.62 -.30 WasteConn 29.90 -.12 WsteMInc 32.09 -.02 Waters 80.38 -.51 68.46 -.61 Watsco 86.67 -.22 WatsnPh WeathfIntl 12.17 -.14 17.19 -.47 Web.com WebsterFn 22.00 -1.10 WeinRlt 27.57 +.11 WeinR pfF 25.47 +.14 WellPoint 61.83 -.96 WellsFargo 34.25 -.93 Wendys Co 4.21 WernerEnt 22.56 +.39 Wesco Intl 56.11 -.89 WestarEn 29.31 -.25 WstnAlliB 10.48 -.12 WAHiInOp 6.69 +.06 WstAstMt n 21.15 -.75 36.02 -.57 WDigital WstnRefin 24.34 -.07 WstnUnion 17.88 -.05 WestlkChm 70.98 -1.03 WstptInn g 30.45 -.41 3.06 -.01 WetSeal 26.26 -.02 Weyerhsr Whrlpl 83.58 -1.24 WhitingPet 46.41 -.14 WholeFd 96.40 -.76 WmsCos 35.14 -.50 WmsPtrs 53.59 +.02 WmsSon 45.60 +.05 WillisGp 36.38 -.14 Windstrm 9.97 -.08 Winnbgo 11.22 -.65 Wipro 8.57 -.09 WiscEngy 38.16 +.02 WisdomTr 7.11 WT EmEq 53.51 -.12 WT India 18.83 -.21 WolvWW 42.99 -.43 Woodward 33.11 +.14 Workday n 48.69 Worthgtn 21.29 -.40 WrightM 21.33 -.09 Wyndham 53.27 +.40 Wynn 113.81 +1.35 XL Grp 24.98 -.34 XPO Logis 12.14 +.24 XcelEngy 27.62 -.10 XenoPort 10.65 -1.26 Xerox 7.08 -.14 Xilinx 32.68 -.11 XinyuanRE 2.73 -.03 Xylem n 24.61 +.29 Xyratex 7.13 -.03 YM Bio g Yahoo Yamana g Yandex Yelp n YingliGrn YoukuTud YumBrnds Zagg Zalicus ZebraT Zillow Zimmer ZionBcp Ziopharm Zogenix Zumiez Zweig rs Zynga n

.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


THE FLINT JOURNAL

E6 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012

MUTUAL FUNDS

Fund

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

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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 GovBd +2.3 11.59 GrowthI +14.3 28.09 HeritageI +15.7 22.68 HighYld +12.2 6.22 +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

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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

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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: AMT TEBd +9.8 4.11 +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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SelHdGFxd STMunBd SustUSCorI TAUSCorE2 USSoCorE2 USVctrEq USLgVa3 US TgdVal GlEqInst IntlREst IntVa3 InfProSec IntVa4 TMMtV2 Direxion Fds: EvlSCap p Dodge&Cox: Balanced GblStock Income IntlStk Stock Domini Soc Inv: SoclEq Dreyfus: AMTMunBd ActMidA Aprec BalOpptyA BsicS&P CoreEqA t Discp Dreyf DryMid r Dr500In t EmgMktI r FxdIncm GNMA GlFxInc I GrChinaA r GrInc HiYldI IntmTIncA Interm r IntlIndx r IntlStkI LgCpEqI MunBd r MuBdOppZ OppMCVal A OppSCap ST IncD SI MuBdD SmCStk r SmCapVal I SMidCpGr I StratValA TechGroA ThirdCenZ WWGrA DreihsAcInc Driehaus Funds: EMktGr IntlDisc SelCredit

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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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 100Index +17.0 10.32 Ovrsea +17.8 31.20 PcBas +14.9 24.63 Puritn x +13.1 19.51 +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

G-H

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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 DivGthA p +12.1 +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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8.76

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12.95 -.01 13.07 -.04 11.98 -.03 11.56 -.04 25.35 20.17 10.79 11.16 12.43 15.92 23.36 10.28 16.64 8.54 14.25 14.78 33.57 14.52 11.26 8.58 18.70 5.42 13.43 21.82 33.98 14.43 15.24 10.58

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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

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 Intl +12.4 13.38 SmCap +18.9 29.99 Loomis Sayles: LtdGovA +3.0 12.04 +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 Oakmark +17.7 Select +17.4 Old Westbury Fds: FixedInc p +3.1 +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 SmCBldJ t +10.7 SmIdxI +11.3 SmCV2 In +12.3 SAMBalA +10.6 +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

SEI Portfolios: GNMA A +2.5 10.94 +.01 ShtGovA +1.4 10.73 ... UltraShtA +2.5 9.37 ... SSgA Funds: EmgMkt +8.4 19.51 -.02 IAM Shs +15.0 10.99 -.03 IntlStock +7.9 8.90 -.02 SP500 +15.6 23.48 -.07 SatuitUSEmg +7.6 32.68 -.28

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15.19 6.89 32.85 3.22 22.00 41.38 74.50 10.75 22.91 9.00 14.56

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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:

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.

Alcatraz

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

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

Fort Point, Golden Gate Bridge

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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At pop-up port

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

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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.

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 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. Non-cruising 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

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

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 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 make these ports come alive BY ANDREA SACHS THE WASHINGTON POST

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.

family, also drops passengers here.

Half Moon Cay

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

Great Stirrup Cay

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.

Costa Maya

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 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

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A Caribbean cruise docks at Costa Maya, Mexico.

also anchors here.

CocoCay

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 Caylana’s Aqua Park, a 20,000-square-foot attraction with floating rock-climbing walls and watery trampolines. Celebrity, part of the Royal

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 fishing village of Mahahual.

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:

Q A

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, such as diving or parasailing, 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. And lots of all-inclusive resorts will sell day passes directly to cruisegoers.

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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 halfhour before departure.

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Do I need a passport to go on a cruise? Passports are not required on “closed-loop cruises” within the Western Hemisphere (Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda) that originate and end in the United States, but they are required for all other cruise destinations, including Europe, Central and South America and Asia. However, the Cruise Lines International Association, which represents most major cruise lines, recommends all passengers travel with valid passports. (The chronically late, take note: You don’t want to be left behind in a foreign port without a passport.)

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W h at d o I d o a b o ut tipping? Many lines, including Carnival, Holland America, NCL and Princess, include an automatic gratuity that typically amounts to about $11.50 per person per day: You can adjust the total either up or down with a trip to the guest services desk.

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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. 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, which could yield more fish for human consumption. “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

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A recent study revealed the vast majority of fisheries around the world operate with little to no oversight and are failing.

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 fisheries scientist Trevor Branch noted large unassessed fisheries make up 99 percent of the world’s unregulated catch, and they are meeting their targets. The researchers “overstate the magnitude” of

the information that is lacking about the unmanaged fishing areas, he said, because the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization already evaluates the status of 445 fisheries that account for 80 percent of the world’s fish catch. Ray Hilborn, a co-author who also is a University of Washington fisheries scientist, said although large unregulated fisheries are meeting their target catches, “the trend appears to be downward, and this needs to be reversed.” Small fisheries do not play a major role in the global economy, Hilborn added, but they may be “locally significant” as a source of food for communities in the developing world. Michael Arbuckle, a senior fisheries specialist at the World Bank, estimated 240 million people are employed in fisheries worldwide, and these fisheries account for 16 percent of the world’s protein consumption. The study suggests many of the world’s fisheries of tuna, such as central West Pacific skipjack and South Pacific albacore tuna, are in relatively good shape, while many snapper fisheries — in places as

disparate as Thailand and Latin America — are doing badly. Costello said the findings confirm the observations researchers have made while examining small-scale fisheries in the developing world. “When you stick your head underwater in those places, you realize the fish are gone.” The study, part of a broader fisheries study issued last month by the consulting firm California Environmental Associates, suggests a range of management tools could help restore depleted fisheries. These include individual fishing quotas, in which fishing operations own a share of the overall catch, and territorial rights fisheries, where a community owns a fishing area and can limit fishing by outsiders. Amanda Leland, vice president for oceans at the advocacy group Environmental Defense Fund, said the United States, New Zealand and other industrialized nations have demonstrated giving individuals a private financial stake in a fishery, known as “catch shares” in the United States, have helped rebuild fisheries by giving fishermen a financial investment in the health of the fishery.


ENTERTAINMENT SECTION Sunday, October 14, 2012

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What’s happening: A listing of local events. PAGE C2

Spoiler alert

6 ways to avoid ruining movies for others — and yourself that aren’t in the trailer. But that can be tricky, too, which leads me to my next point.

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Avo i d wa tc h i n g trailers. This can be hard. I recently hightailed it out of the theater when the “Django Unchained” preview came on, in an attempt to maintain my (now famous, at least in my own mind) “Django” Trailer Ban. (Purity of Experience, my friends. Purity of Experience.) The trailer for “Ted” gave away some good comedy, and in my book, spoiling jokes is just as upsetting as revealing plot developments. Trailers are pretty good at doing both. I’m convinced that the people who edit them are jaded, cynical sadists who laugh every time we complain about their products, yet still, like schmucks, pony up the cash to see the movie they’re marketing.

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ou can’t see a movie for the first time again.

I know. That sounds like an obvious logical truth in this reality, amnesiacs possibly excepted. Yet we live in a spoiler society, where our newly cultivated “need” for constant technological connectedness has opened us to the input of instantaneous information and the possibility that we’ll accidentally learn that Edward Norton and Brad Pitt are two sides of the same person, that Darth Vader is Luke’s father, that Rosebud is his sled, that Norman’s mother has actually been dead for a long long time, thus torpedoing our enjoyment of a great story well told. Whoops. Perhaps I should have presaged that last sentence with these two simple words: SPOILER ALERT! (All caps and exclamatory punctuation necessary.) I should have been more sensitive to the pop-culturally deprived and the recently born and those just emerging from 50year comas. (Or should I? More on that in a minute.) It’s all about the concept that I call Purity of Experience. It’s a rarity when we’re plugged in to Facebook and Twitter and other digital forums that we check with nigh-inexplicable compulsiveness. I’ve touched on this before, when I beefed for a few hundred words about movie trailers and how they suck for giving away too much and all that. But the spoiler phenomenon is a broader issue, crosses over to TV and film and books and other storytelling means whose effectiveness sometimes can be shattered by one cretin typing 140 characters into his smartphone. Yes, it’s a dangerous world out there. That’s why I’ve compiled these six pieces of advice to avoid being spoiled — and being the spoiler:

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Avoid reading reviews until AFTER you’ve seen the movie. This might seem contradictory, because the notion that critics are here to tell you whether you should spend eight bucks on the latest noisy Hollywood extravaganza is common, but not completely valid. The best film criticism should discuss whether a film is art or not. I don’t read any reviews until after I’ve seen a film, because

I find criticism rewarding by the discussions it prompts, not necessarily the recommendation it makes. Still, conscientious film critics do their darnedest to

discuss the merits of the work while holding back on the specifics of third-act revelations, lest we be tarred and feathered. My very rough rule of thumb? Don’t discuss any plot points

Keep in mind the statute of limitations. Which brings up a key question: What exactly IS the statute of limitations for spoilers? That’s why I’m here performing this (cough choke) public service: I hereby declare the statute of limitation for movie spoilers to be six months. The three-year statute I’ve heard some people suggest seems ridiculous. We have the attention spans of hamsters on crystal meth. I can barely remember what I was doing three HOURS ago, so three years seems like a lifetime (of a non-drugaddicted hamster, at least). But posting “HOLY CRAP I CAN’T BELIEVE BATMAN DIED” (Note: Batman didn’t die) on Facebook the Monday after opening weekend is way too soon. Six months usually takes the theatrical run and some DVD/on-demand release time into account, so that seems safe.

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Wean yourself off social media. When I DVR the Detroit Lions game to watch later, I avoid Twitter

like the plague. I experience the shakes and cold sweats and other withdrawal symptoms, but I somehow manage to persevere, sometimes even without hallucinations of babies crawling on the ceiling. The more you separate yourself from the online time-suck of social media, the less likely you are to A) read some idiot’s spoiler-filled post and B) be the idiot posting the spoiler-filled post. I’m not saying you should never Facebook again — everything in moderation.

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Choose your words carefully. Whether you’re Tweeting, Facebooking or just chatting with a friend, be mindful of your audience. (This is what we critics try our best to do when writing reviews.) Bellowing “HOLY CRAP, I CAN’T BELIEVE BATMAN DIED” (Note: Batman didn’t die) at 95 decibels while exiting the theater might not be wise. Hinting around (“Be sure you watch how other people react to Bruce Willis!” is something a jerk says to someone who hasn’t seen “The Sixth Sense”) or even using the words “plot twist” can taint others’ experience. If you must yak, open a private Facebook discussion or visit The A.V. Club’s Spoiler Space forum, which allows for no-holds-barred discussion — such things render the statute moot.

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Remember that studies have shown that sometimes, knowing what happens ahead of time can enhance your enjoyment. Yep. Researchers have come to the conclusion that spoiled plots make for a more enjoyable experience than the unspoiled — a point that those misanthropic movie-trailer creators will trot out every time we moan about their stupid, annoying work. Now, to clarify, I’m all for science. Hooray for logic and reason and the scientific method and all that. Yet Purity of Experience is absolutely something worth fighting for, regardless of this study. You can see a movie AGAIN again, but you can never see a movie for the first time, the second time, if you know what I mean. Email jserba@mlive.com.

Flint native finds success in music industry BY WILLIAM KETCHUM III WKETCHUM@MLIVE.COM

FLINT — What rapper Rick Ross wants, Rick Ross gets. Just ask Dallas Martin. Martin, 28, has gone from music fan at Flint Central High School to vice president of A&R at Warner Bros. music in Los Angeles. The big jump was helped in no small part by what Martin said was the multi-platinumselling Ross demanding that Warner promote Martin if Ross signed his Maybach Music Group company with the label during a bidding war last year.

The clincher

“Ross sees me and gives me the biggest hug,” Martin remembers of the first meeting to work on details for the Warner and Maybach deal. He and fellow Warner Bros. exec Joie Manda traveled to a Ross concert in Toronto. “If I do this deal here, I want Dallas to run it, and to A&R all my acts.” Their relationship dates

back to 2006, when the large, bearded rapper was enjoying the success of his first hit single “Hustlin’” and recording his Def Jam debut album, “Port of Miami.” Martin was interning at Def Jam Records under the label’s vice president, Shakir Stewart. Since Stewart was rarely at the Atlanta office Martin was working at, he had to hustle on his own - and that work included sneaking into Ross’ studio sessions so much that they would eventually just let him stay.

Honing his skills

Martin said he starting honing his A&R skills — being able to eye a hit song before it makes it to radio — during his time attending Flint Central High School. As a teenager, Martin used the Internet to find new records before they hit stores and make predictions about how receptive they would be. Superstars such as Fabolous and T.I. had his support years before they were saturating television screens and airwaves.

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Flint native Dallas Martin, 28, downloaded music on the Internet as a local student before working his way up to becoming the vice president at A&R at Warner Bros.

“I was able to gauge music before it hit the streets,” Martin said. “Then, when it hit the streets, I would always be right on what song was the hot record on the album, and if the album was good. I was

training my ear when I was in high school, but I didn’t know what I was doing. ... I started getting confidence in myself: I know how to judge music to know if it’s hot.” David McGhee, program

director for Flint Big Brothers Big Sisters, met Martin in high school and the two became close friends. He recalls hours of talking about specific songs or albums, and Martin having an insatiable work ethic.

“What I remember most, was very unapologetic about what he wanted to focus on: there was no secret that he wanted to build a life around the music industry,” McGhee said. “Flint wasn’t a place that nurtured or supported a career in the industry. “Nobody shunned his dream, but he would be in circles that, when he talked about what he wanted to do, and these circles didn’t know about it. But he was driven, focused and determined to make it happen.” After studying hip-hop moguls like Dame Dash, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Russell Simmons, he attended Clark Atlanta University since the area had such a bubbling music scene. After three years without finding an internship, he and another student started BluPrint Entertainment, a promotions company that threw what would be known as the biggest parties on campus. A friend of Martin’s spread the word to Stewart, who gave him the aforementioned internship.

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