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    • Mailer misunderstanding won’t affect ballots OUR TOWN PAGE 1 CharlotteSun GOING ALL THE WAY GREEN NFL FAVRE MUST ACT TO GO TO CAMP AND WEEKLY HERALD Florida couple builds home from old car FRONT If Brett Favre plans to show for Packers’ SPORTS tires, recycled bottles and cans. PAGE 9 camp, he’ll need permission from the NFL. PAGE 1 AN EDITION OF THE SUN VOL. 116 NO. 208 AMERICA’S BEST COMMUNITY DAILY S A T U R D A Y J U LY 2 6 , 2 0 0 8 www.sun-herald.com 50 cents Jet lands with hole in fuselage By PAUL ALEXANDER landing that they realized how in front of her as rapidly ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER lucky they had been: A hole the size approaching land appeared MANILA, Philippines — The 346 of a small car had been ripped into through a window. Loud applause passengers were cruising at 29,000 the Boeing 747-400’s metal skin and relieved laughter went up as feet Friday when an explosive bang and penetrated the fuselage. the plane touched down. shook the Qantas jumbo jet. The The eerie scene aboard Flight There were no injuries and only a plane descended rapidly. Oxygen QF 30, captured on a passenger’s few cases of nausea, airline officials masks dropped from the ceiling as cell phone video-camera, showed said. An official of the U.S. Trans- debris flew through the cabin from a tense quiet punctuated only by portation Security Administration AP PHOTO a hole that had suddenly appeared a baby’s cries as passengers sat said initial reports indicated no link in the floor. with oxygen masks on their faces. to terrorism. Luggage can be seen from the damaged right wing fuselage of a Qantas Airways Boeing 747-400 passenger plane following an It wasn’t until they were safely on The jerky footage showed a emergency landing at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Friday. the ground after an emergency woman holding tightly to the seat JET | P5 Woman allegedly sells car for drugs CRUDE By RACHEL MYERS Estates, FORT MYERS NEWS-PRESS where A 51-year-old Port Peter Cook, Charlotte woman was 64, said his arrested in North Fort wife was Myers this week after missing deputies say she sold a and she 1998 Mustang for $50 of had taken RECKONING crack cocaine, nearly his Mus- COOK ran over a deputy and tang with encouraged a Jack her. He believed she was Russell terrier to attack likely buying crack another officer. cocaine. Shelli Lyn Cook, of the Cpl. Vallie Arvin found 18400 block of Monet Shelli Cook in the area World Oil Production Ave., is charged with of Laurel Lane and Gage MILLIONS OF BARRELS A DAY 80 A peaking interest aggravated battery on an officer, battery on an officer and resisting an Way, waving her hands, trying to get his atten- tion. She asked for a 70 in the future of oil officer without violence. Deputy Robert Gizzi reported he was first courtesy ride, saying someone had stolen her car. Arvin noted she called Thursday to an By STEVE REILLY DRUGS | P5 STAFF WRITER address in Suncoast 0 “The Stone Age didn’t end because 1900 1980 2030 we ran out of stones.” Projected by www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net — Sheik Yamani, Saudi Arabia oil minister 1962-1986 Yamani envisioned a similar geologist and Shell Oil researcher, No easy fate for the oil market. But first projected the rate of the since the 1950s, some analysts overall oil production would peak, solution have worried about what will reaching the pinnacle of a bell when oil happen when oil production reaches its peak and the supply curve. Hubbert hypothesized U.S. “sweet oil” — that which is easy to is gone begins to dwindle in the face of ever-increasing demand, possibly pull from the ground and process — would reach its maximum by the middle of this century. production in the 1970s, while the By STEVE REILLY “Thirty years from now, there demand for oil would AP FILE PHOTO STAFF WRITER will be a huge amount of oil — continue to rise. It did, at Thursday, U.S. Democratic presidential contender Sen. In 2001, the Saudi and no buyers,” Yamani, recog- 10 million barrels a day. Barack Obama, D-Ill., places a note in the Western Wall, Arabia oil minister nized by many as a “key player” in “Stop calling it a Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City. worried about his the first oil crisis in 1973, said in theory,” Kyle Saunders country sitting on oil with no market in 30 or an interview with the British Telegraph newspaper in 2001. said in an e-mail to the Sun. Israeli paper more years. When he made his prediction, he expected Seven years ago, Yamani could see a crash in the oil market in 20 or 30 years, partly Saunders, a Colorado State University political science associate publishes Iraq and Iran to be flooding the market due to technology and new discoveries, and partly due to the world turning to other professor, is the execu- tive director for the Institute for the Study Obama’s prayer with oil by now. But that By ARON HELLER published in Maariv. energy sources. of Energy & Our Future hasn’t happened and But long before Yamani, other and the Oil Drum Web ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER Maariv ran a photo- the reason points to a analysts started anticipating site at www.theoildrum. com. Oil JERUSALEM — An graph of the note on its U.S. Government worldwide petroleum production Drum is just one of many Web Israeli newspaper’s front page Friday. It said Accountability Office reaching its “peak,” ending forever sites on peak oil. decision to publish a the note was removed the days of cheap oil and gasoline. handwritten prayer left from the wall by a Jewish In the 1950s, M. King Hubbert, a by Barack Obama in the seminary student imme- SOLUTION | P5 PEAK | P5 diately after Obama left. cracks of Jerusalem’s Western Wall drew Obama spokesman criticism Friday as an Robert Gibbs would Housing rescue on track to pass today invasion of his privacy and his relationship neither confirm nor deny the note was Obama’s, but the handwriting was By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS legislation in a generation — is designed to help an with God. ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER estimated 400,000 homeowners escape foreclosure by In the note, placed at similar to another letting them refinance into more affordable loans Judaism’s holiest site message written by the WASHINGTON — The Senate presidential candidate cleared the last hurdle Friday to passing backed by the Federal Housing Administration. Thursday, Obama asks It was set to clear Congress as a private company God to guide him and during his time in Israel a housing rescue aimed at sparing this week. hundreds of thousands of homeowners reported that the number of households facing the guard his family. foreclosure process more than doubled in the second “Lord — Protect my The paper’s decision to from foreclosure and bolstering trou- make the note public bled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and quarter of 2008 compared with a year ago. Irvine, family and me. Forgive DODD Calif.-based RealtyTrac, Inc., said that 739,714 homes me my sins, and help me brought quick criticism Freddie Mac. The 80-13 test vote from religious authorities. showed broad support for the election-year package received at least one foreclosure-related notice during guard against pride and the quarter, or one in every 171 U.S. households. despair. Give me the The rabbi in charge of the and put it on track to pass the Senate by Saturday. Western Wall, Shmuel The White House says President Bush will sign it, The plan gives the Treasury Department power to wisdom to do what is spend unlimited amounts to prop up Fannie and Rabinovitz, called it an having earlier dropped a threat to veto it over $3.9 right and just. And make intrusion on Obama’s billion in neighborhood grants. me an instrument of your The bill — regarded as the most significant housing RESCUE | P5 will,” reads the note PRAYER | P5 INDEX| FRONT: Nation 2,3,9,10,11,12 | State 6,7 | World 11, 14 | Business 15-23 | Weather 24 | TV Grid 24 | OUR TOWN: Obituaries 5 | Police Beat 7 |Crossword 10 | Abby 11 Daily Edition 50¢ High Low SCRAP METAL THEFTS CHARLIE SAYS ... 92 75 Scattered afternoon storms. Two Port Charlotte men have been arrested in connection to a series of appliance and scrap metal thefts, where the items were sold to recycling centers. OUR TOWN To get the best service possible, I call ahead and let them know I’m coming. 7 05252 00025 8 PAGE 1 Send suggestions to charliesays@sun-herald.com
    • Front Page 2 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com NATIONAL NEWS The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 | NATION Connie Francis Tarantulas, fire ants lurk in Texas floodwaters EDINBURG, Texas (AP) ! state’s homeland security hospitalized — South Texans eager to y y. director, said about 1,500 GARDEN CITY, N.Y. salvage what they can workers were on hand to — Singer Connie from waterlogged homes help restore power and Francis is being treated struck by Hurricane Dolly seven stations were at Long Island Jewish have another problem: distributing water, ice, Medical Center in New The floodwaters they’re food and hygiene kits. York where she was slogging through are laced Gov. Rick Perry, who hospitalized after with stinging fire ants, flew over the area Thurs- falling ill earlier this snakes and tarantulas. day with U.S. Sen. John week. “You don’t want to wade Cornyn, cautioned in this water,” state Health residents not to rest easy Her agent, Mike Services Commissioner . ? _ -- - ON 1 just yet. Church, says the 69- year-old singer had David Lakey said during a “It appears that we have been scheduled to visit to the Rio Grande handled it as well as it can perform Wednesday Valley Friday. “You don’t be handled. But it is far night with Neil Sedaka want to play in this water. from over,” Perry said, at The Capital One You want to stay out of noting possible flooding Bank Theatre at West- this water.” over the next five days bury. Instead, she was It was timely advice, but from runoff as the storm taken to the hospital residents in many neigh- moves northward. with dangerously high borhoods with waist-deep After crashing ashore on water had little choice as AP PHOTO South Padre Island, Dolly blood pressure. Francis, who record- they sifted through the Daniel Tamez reads a local newspaper outside his home after power to the area was meandered north, leaving ed ’50s and ’60s pop mess left by the Category knocked out during Hurricane Dolly, Friday, in San Benito, Texas. towns on the northern tip hits including “Who’s 2 storm that hit the yards. Tempers among the night carrying runoff Fewer than 200 people of the Rio Grande Valley Sorry Now?” and eastern Texas and Mexico longtime neighbors were from a cow pasture and remained in shelters in with a surprise. Officials “Lipstick on Your coasts Wednesday. In becoming strained. “worms, spiders and Hidalgo County, down had feared the levees Collar,” had been eastern Hidalgo County, Iliana Reyna, 34, was ants.” from a peak of nearly would breach, but the expected to leave the as much as 12 inches of monitoring the floodwa- Fire ants and tarantulas 3,300. But rescue crews in storm veered from its coronary care unit rain fell in six hours, ter’s rise to the second — hairy spiders some- boats were still searching predicted path and they Friday. turning neighborhoods step of her front porch in times the size of a dinner flooded neighborhoods held strong. Church says that into coffee-colored lakes. Edinburg. plate — can deliver and plucking people from “We’re glad it didn’t although she is “doing Officials estimated it Reyna, her husband and stinging, painful bites but homes. make a direct hit, but it well,” doctors decided could take six weeks for three children waded into are not deadly. Still, officials were just refocuses on the she should remain in the low-lying region to the water Friday to gather The National Weather relieved it wasn’t worse issues we have,” said the hospital for obser- completely dry out and a few belongings and what Service said the remnants that no one died in the Cameron County Judge vation for at least 118,000 people still had no dry goods they could. of Dolly could still add a first hurricane of the Carlos Cascos. “The levees another day. electricity Friday morning. Suddenly, 4-year-old few inches of rain to some season to hit the U.S. are suspect. Nothing’s Emergency managers Adolfo, standing on the areas, and the forecast mainland. changed in my opinion.” State mulls fees tried to assure people that shoulder of the road in called for isolated showers The clean up will be On South Padre Island, for road memorials they would come to help bare feet, screamed and in the Rio Grande Valley. substantial: President which bore the brunt of and begged for patience. began hopping. The other But water wasn’t the Bush declared 15 counties the winds, officials said no CHARLESTON, W.Va. They said they were children scooped up water only danger. Illness also in south Texas disaster buildings were in danger — Balancing safety beginning to pump water in their shoes and lurked in refrigerators, areas to release federal of collapse, but damage concerns against the from some of the worst hit splashed it on his feet, health officials said. funding to them, and was widespread to hotels wishes of families of areas and working to while his father lifted him “If it doesn’t look right, insurance estimators put and other businesses. highway fatality vic- move water into flood- and brushed away the doesn’t smell right, don’t the losses at $750 million. Avi Fima was mourning tims, West Virginia’s ways. attacking ant. eat it,” said Eddie Olivarez, The storm brought 100 the damage to “my baby” Division of Highways Residents were using “This is just too much Hidalgo County health mph winds and broke all- — his Surf Stop store on wants to offer the backhoes to dig their own for us,” said neighbor administrator. He said time July rainfall records Padre Boulevard. Windows option of state-main- drainage canals and clear Arnold Silva, whose yard inspectors were fanning in the Lower Rio Grande were blown out, half the tained memorial signs water off their property. was flooded when another out to restaurants to make Valley, dumping a foot of roof was torn away and near crash sites. But the water simply neighbor dumped water sure they disposed of food rain in some spots. water bubbled up the The cost to the flowed into the neighbors’ into it. It rose throughout properly as well. Steve McCraw, the carpeting inside. grieving relatives — up to $400. “It’s not about the money as it is about making it a safer First ships crawl down Mississippi after spill situation for every- body,” said John Walker, NEW ORLEANS (AP) — among vessels affected by a deputy state highway The first of 200 ships idled the closure. Carnival Corp. O - by a massive oil spill began said its Carnival Fantasy engineer. “Some of crawling down the Missis- liner, due in New Orleans these memorial mark- sippi River Friday after the Saturday, was diverted to ers are hazards not only Coast Guard reopened the Mobile, Ala. Passengers to the traveling public waterway to traffic, but it would be bused to New but to the people that could be days before all of Orleans. place them. The the ships are cleared. The shutdown could maintenance of them A 100-mile stretch of the cost shippers millions of present issues for river has been shut down dollars in lost commerce, mowing and the safety since Wednesday, when a said John Hyatt, vice of the motorists.” barge split open in a president of Irwin Brown There is no federal collision with the Liberian- Co., a New Orleans-based law on roadside memo- flagged tanker Tintomara. freight forwarder. rials, leaving regulation Roughly 419,000 gallons State authorities were up to states and munic- spilled into the fast- optimistic environmental ipalities. According to flowing waterway to damage could be con- the National Confer- commerce, and crews tained. Divers were ence of State Legisla- have sopped up about inspecting the barge, AP PHOTO tures, at least a dozen 11,000 — just a fraction of which is wedged against states allow roadside Workers in small boats are part of the effort to clean up a massive fuel spill in the what the barge was the Mississippi River memorials under Mississippi River at the Port of New Orleans, Friday. The Coast Guard reopened the river to carrying. bridge. Officials said they certain conditions. limited traffic, as work continues to clean up the fuel oil that spilled when a ship and a The first ship to leave believe little fuel is left, barge collided early Wednesday. the mouth of the river, the and say they don’t think it Man killed after Overseas New York, is is a danger to navigation ed the total impact on radio threats bound for refineries or a hazard to the struc- shippers and receivers STATE COLLEGE, Pa. upriver from New Orleans, ture of the bridge. would quickly climb into HARDEE/DESOTO ENGLEWOOD — An official at a said Coast Guard Capt. The spill was the largest many millions of dollars. CIRCULATION CIRCULATION Christian radio station Lincoln Stroh. Ships will since a tanker ran aground Also Friday, residents Customer Service Customer Service in central Pennsylvania move based on economic in 2000 about 40 miles sued the owners and 863-494-2434 941-681-3000 says police shot and priorities, Stroh said. The south of New Orleans, operators of the vessels Fax: 863-494-3533 Fax: 941-681-3008 killed a man who had Mississippi between New dumping more than half a that collided, alleging in info@sun-herald.com threatened the station. Orleans and Baton Rouge million gallons of crude oil U.S. district court that they WTLR station manager is dotted with oil refineries on the Mississippi. That have been exposed to Classified Classified Mark VanOuse (van- and huge grain operations. spill closed about 26 miles fumes from the fuel oil wafting off the river. 863-494-2434 941-475-2200 OOS’) says police A cleaning station was of the river. Authorities are Fax: 863-494-3533 Fax: 941-485-3036 showed up and warned set up near the mouth of investigating the cause of A fuel odor hung in the employees to stay inside the river to scrub the hulls the crash, and said there air in the French Quarter around 10:30 a.m. Friday. of vessels heading into the wasn’t a properly licensed and Algiers areas Wednes- NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE Gulf Of Mexico as they sail pilot aboard the tugboat day and Thursday. By He says the station got a Friday, morning diners at CIRCULATION CIRCULATION tip that an armed man through the oil sheen that towing the barge. the Cafe du Monde near Customer Service Customer Service was on his way. extended south from New It wasn’t clear how much Orleans. The ships are cleanup would cost, or the French Quarter 941-429-3000 941-206-1300 VanOuse says that Fax: 941-423-2318 Fax: 941-629-2085 within minutes he scrubbed to avoid further what the economic impact riverfront were sipping coffee, and the aroma of info@sun-herald.com info@sun-herald.com could hear shots being contamination. on commerce will be. John Barges carrying grain Hyatt, vice president of New Orleans’ signature Punta Gorda Herald office fired. He says police beignets, a fried and sugar- Classified ads 941-205-1000 later told him the man south from the American Irwin Brown Co., a New heartland and a 2,000- Orleans-based freight powdered pastry, had 941-429-3000 was dead. Port Charlotte Town Center passenger cruise ship were forwarder, said he expect- replaced the fuel smell. — From wire reports mall kiosk Display Advertising 941-206-1700 North Port 941-429-3000 Sun Newspapers i J?L DeSoto/Hardee Sun Editor..............Laura Schmid.............................863-494-0300 i DeSoto General Manager ................Joe Gallimore..............................863-494-0300 Charlotte Englewood DeSoto 941-206-1214 941-681-3000 863-494-2434 Classified 941-206-1200 MEMBER of the Audit Bureau of Circulation Charlotte Sun Editor ........................Lorraine Schneeberger ...............941-206-1168 Hardee 863-494-2434 Fax: 941-629-7740 North Port Sun Editor.......................Elaine Allen-Emrich.....................941-429-3003 National & Regional Advertisers President..........................................Derek Dunn-Rankin....................941-206-1001 classified@sun-herald.com North Port General Manager............Steve Sachkar ............................941-429-3003 941-206-1270 Publisher..........................................David Dunn-Rankin ....................941-206-1003 ads@sun-herald.com Editor ...............................................Chris Porter.................................941-206-1134 Englewood Sun Editor......................Christy Arnold .............................941-681-3000 Managing Editor...............................John Hackworth..........................941-206-1147 Englewood General Manager...........Lang Capasso ............................941-681-3000 The SUN (USPS 743170) is published daily at Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., 23170 Harborview Road, Port Charlotte, FL 33980-2100. 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    • Saturday, July 26, 2008/ The Sun NATIONAL NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 3 | NATION Grandmother Inspirational professor, speaker dies at age 47 By RAMIT In it, Pausch celebrated phone, and Zaslow pleads guilty in PLUSHNICK-MASTI living the life he had recalled Friday that he child porn case ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER always dreamed of was “strong and funny” MARSHALL, Texas — A PITTSBURGH — Randy instead of concentrating during their collaboration. woman prosecutors say Pausch, the Carnegie on impending death. “It was the most fun 53 helped make a graphic Mellon University “The lecture was for days of my life because it videotape of her two computer scientist whose my kids, but if others are was like a performance,” visiting grandchildren “last lecture” about finding value in it, that is Zaslow told The Associated has pleaded guilty in a facing terminal cancer wonderful,” Pausch Press. “It was like getting 53 Texas child pornography became an Internet wrote on his Web site. extra lectures.” He recalled case. sensation and a best- “But rest assured; I’m that Pausch became The U.S. attorney’s selling book, died Friday. hardly unique.” emotional when they office said Friday that 51- He was 47. The book “The Last worked on the last chapter, year-old Denise Ward of Pausch died at his home Lecture” leaped to the though, because that to Overland Park, Kan., in Chesapeake, Va., said top of the nonfiction him was the “end of the Jeffrey Zaslow, a Wall Street AP FILE PHOTO best-seller lists after its lecture, the book, his life.” pleaded to coerced sexual activity. Journal writer who co- Randy Pausch, a former University of Virginia professor, gives publication in April and He is survived by his Ward was living in wrote Pausch’s book. his final lecture on Time Management to a packed house at remains there this week. wife, Jai, and their three Texas’ Harrison County Pausch and his family had Old Cabell Hall Auditorium in Charlottesville, Va., in 2007. 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    • Saturday, July 26, 2008/ The Sun FROM PAGE ONE www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 5 BITS PEAK: GAO says world could reach oil production peak in 2040 oil production. crude oil that must be FROM PAGE 1 Diminishing returns “Oil is finite,” Saunders SOLUTION: U.S. does heated to liquefy it. The Alberta sands alone could wrote. “So, it will decline produce as much as 3.5 at some point — just like if you drink half a glass not have energy plan With one-third of the world’s energy produced million barrels a day by 2030. However, to suck the Ed McMahon water; you only have half a with petrochemicals, the oil from the sands FROM PAGE 1 shocks and the sudden working again glass left. GAO reported stated, “As demands large amounts rise in oil prices,” the “The economic impact cheaper oil reserves are of natural gas and water. conclusion that GAO reported stated. LOS ANGELES — The former “Tonight Show” of peaking oil production exhausted in the future, According to the GAO political volatility can “The consequences of is what concerns us, not nations will have to make report, the process also impact oil supplies. sidekick, Ed McMahon, is a peak and permanent reprising his role as pitch- the amount of oil yet to be the transition to more and results in “significant The GAO reported decline in oil produc- produced,” he said. “All more expensive and environmental challenges, on the possibility of man with several comical difficult-to-access sources such as polluting ground tion could be even economies depend on the world’s affordable more prolonged than commercial segments of oil to meet energy during “Jimmy Kimmel continuous growth. We water, increasing green- oil supply possibly those of the past oil won’t ‘run out of oil’ for demands.” house gases and devastat- peaking in the middle supply shocks. Live.” The first of the four Simply put, the deeper spots that feature McMahon another 100 years, but it ing landscapes. of this century. The will be produced in ever- the well, the greater the Similarly, withdrawing “Because the decline and Jimmy Kimmel togeth- report cited how the would be neither declining rates.” costs. The GAO report the crude from oil shale er, will air Monday during Arab oil embargo in temporary nor the late-night ABC talk Cheap oil has served the cites a discovery of oil 5 requires temperatures of 1973 and 1974, as well reversible, the effects United States well. miles beneath the surface 900 to 1,000 degrees, and show. as the Iranian Revolu- would continue until According to various of the Gulf of Mexico. But the process is known to In the four segments for tion in 1978 and 1979, alternative transporta- sources, out of the esti- to get to that oil, compa- pollute. Pontiac, McMahon and led to a jump in oil Kimmel point out the mated worldwide produc- nies can expect to Heavy and extra-heavy tion technologies to tion of 84 million barrels increase their costs by 3 crude oil demands prices that fueled displace oil became various amenities of the recessions. Pontiac G8, G5, G6 and Vibe. of oil produced daily in percent to 5 percent over additional processing to available in sufficient 2005, we drank up 25 the cost for drilling in liquefy it enough to pass Jumps in oil prices quantities at compara- One of the spots features McMahon — who once percent of the world’s oil shallower waters. through pipes and is do shock U.S. con- ble costs.” pitched Budweiser and the consumption — using 65 And Saunders said, “As known to contaminate sumers and have Various federal American Family Publishing percent of what we one means of supply, ground water from encouraged them to agencies do address sweepstakes — teaching consumed for transporta- offshore drilling has come chemicals needed to thin decrease their gasoline issues of oil and Kimmel how to properly sell tion. At the same time, into focus with pressure out heavy crude oils. and fuel consumption. energy, but the U.S. a product. Another has the world oil production was on Congress to lift its The GAO report also However, those same running at near capacity. long-standing ban. But doesn’t expect much relief does not now have a duo preparing for a road sudden jumps in oil cohesive energy policy. trip to Rosarita, Mexico. The U.S. Government the U.S. Energy Informa- in the near future from revenues have not The former “Star Search” Accountability Office tion Administration’s alternative energy sources The GAO report proven themselves as a suggested that an host is currently embroiled reported it expects a 43 detailed study on offshore — whether it be ethanols catalyst or stimulus for energy policy be in a lawsuit against Cedars- percent growth in world- drilling concluded it and biodiesels, natural gas greater economic developed. Such a Sinai Medical Center, two wide oil consumption by would not have significant vehicles, hybrids and 2030, especially from impact on domestic crude hydrogen-fueled vehicles. productivity. Accord- coordinated energy doctors and the owner of a increases in consumption oil and natural gas Besides the infancy of ing to GAO research, effort might relieve the home where he says he fell during a dinner party in in China, India and other production or prices some of the technologies, the opposite has often uncertainties and March 2007 claiming developing countries. But before 2030 and, even the lack of infrastructure proven true. strengthened the negligence, battery, elder GAO doesn’t anticipated then, the impact is to sustain the alternatives “A number of studies nation’s preparedness abuse and intentional significant reductions in expected to be insignifi- and the inherent costs, the we reviewed indicate to face the day when infliction of emotional the American appetite for cant.” report suggested we can that most of the U.S. the world climbs to its distress. He is seeking oil. In Alberta, Canada, and expect only a 4 percent recessions in post- offset of the U.S. oil oil peak. unspecified damages, And by 2040, according in Texas, Alabama and World War II era were claiming the injury left him to the GAO, the world elsewhere, “oil sands” consumption by 2015. preceded by oil supply E-mail: reilly@sun-herald.com. ........................................ . unable to work — until now. could reach its peak in contain a sticky form of E-mail: reilly@sun-herald.com. ALMANAC Today is Saturday, July 26, the 208th day of 2008. There are 158 PRAYER: Contents of Obama’s Western Wall prayer disclosed days left in the year. FROM PAGE 1 personal, deep part of The Western Wall is the the prayers of a person at who goes to the wall every one of us that we lone remaining outer the Western Wall should expects that those Today in history intimate relationship with keep to ourselves,” he retaining wall of the become a subject of communication will be God. added. second biblical Jewish public knowledge at all,” protected,” Rosenblum On July 26, 1908, U.S. Attorney “The notes placed Many visitors to the temple, which was said Jonathan Rosenblum, said. General Charles J. Bonaparte between the stones of the 2,000-year-old Western destroyed by the Romans a Jerusalem-based analyst Another Israeli newspa- issued an order creating a force of Western Wall are between Wall leave notes in its in A.D. 70. Revered as of the religious communi- per, Yediot Ahronot, special agents that was a a person and his maker. It crevices bearing requests Judaism’s holiest site, it ty and director of the published an article forerunner of the FBI. is forbidden to read them and prayers. Obama stands where the Bible Orthodox Am Ehad think Friday saying it had also or make any use of them,” placed a small note and says King Solomon built tank. obtained the note but On this date Rabinovitz told Army then bowed his head the first Jewish Temple, “There is a rabbinic decided against publish- In 1775, Benjamin Franklin Radio. during a pre-dawn visit which was destroyed by prohibition against ing it out of respect for became Postmaster-General. The newspaper’s action Thursday, following a day the Babylonians in 586 reading other people’s Obama’s privacy. Nearly In 1788, New York became the “damages the Western spent in talks with Israeli B.C. private communications, all other Israeli media 11th state to ratify the U.S. Wall and damages the and Palestinian leaders. “It’s inappropriate that and certainly anyone ignored the story. Constitution. In 1945, Winston Churchill resigned as Britain’s prime minister after his Conservatives RESCUE: Helpful housing bill set to be passed by senate FROM PAGE 1 the emergency power ing a permanent afford- foreclosure rescue, which ing on the government to were soundly defeated by the helped forge a bipartisan able housing program to they call a bailout of bail them out should Labour Party. Freddie, should they need deal on the legislation, be financed by Fannie irresponsible homeown- they falter. In 1947, President Truman it, to calm investor fears which also creates a new and Freddie profits and ers and unscrupulous Sen. Jim DeMint, R- signed the National Security Act. about their financial regulator with tighter the $3.9 billion in grants lenders. They are equally S.C., was single-handedly In 1952, Argentina’s first lady, stability at a time of rising controls on the govern- for buying and fixing up furious about the help delaying a final vote on Eva Peron, died in Buenos Aires at foreclosures and falling ment-sponsored mort- foreclosed properties in for Fannie Mae and the package until Satur- age 33. home values. Treasury gage firms — something neighborhoods hit Freddie Mac, companies day because Democrats In 1956, Egyptian President Secretary Henry M. Republicans have long hardest by the they say enjoy lavish refused to allow a vote on Gamal Abdel Nasser nationalized Paulson calls the authori- sought. housing crisis. profits in good times and his proposal barring the the Suez Canal. ty a “backstop” which he Democrats also won Many conservative wield their outsized two firms from lobbying In 1971, Apollo 15 was has no intention of using. key concessions as part of Republicans are vehe- political clout to resist and making political launched from Cape Kennedy, Fla. Paulson’s request for the compromise, includ- mently opposed to the regulation while depend- contributions. In 1986, kidnappers in Lebanon released the Rev. Lawrence Martin Jenco, an American hostage held for nearly 19 months. JET: Applause, relieved laughter went up as plane touched down FROM PAGE 1 flight, he said: “It’s relative- their ears popping as air backs of seats allowed wide hole gaped at the Today’s birthdays ly rare that when a bit falls rushed out the hole. The them to track their route joint where the front of the Investigators appeared off the airplane it causes pilots put the plane into a to the Philippine capital. right wing attaches to the Actress Marjorie Lord is 90. the sort of instance that quick descent to 10,000 Video footage showed to be focusing on a plane. Luggage from the Movie director Blake Edwards is we saw in relation to feet, where the atmos- people looking almost as structural problem. cargo hold strained 86. Actor James Best is 82. Qantas. In other words phere is still thin but if nothing was wrong as “From the pictures that against the webbing used Rhythm-and-blues singer- that it causes the aircraft breathable. they glanced from side to we’ve seen out of Manila to keep it from shifting songwriter Bobby Hebb is 70. cabin to depressurize.” The Manila airport side, their nearly during the course of the during a flight. Actress-singer Darlene Love is 67. Yates said investigators authority, quoting pilot untouched meals still in day, it would seem that A curved line of rivets Singer Brenton Wood is 67. Rock will examine closely the John Francis Bartels, front of them. The cabin one of the panels to the was still visible on the star Mick Jagger is 65. Movie said the plane suffered crew continued to work, outer skin of the aircraft fracture points that plane’s body at the front director Peter Hyams is 65. Rock an “explosive smiling as they walked has literally come away showed up on the skin of edge where the missing musician Roger Taylor (Queen) is decompression.” down the aisles to reas- from the rest of the the aircraft to determine sheet once was; a straight 59. Actress Susan George is 58. A hole extended from sure nervous passengers. fuselage,” Chris Yates, an whether metal fatigue or line of rivets was along the Actor Kevin Spacey is 49. Actress the cargo hold into the After the plane touched aviation expert at Jane’s manufacturing defect other. Sandra Bullock is 44. passenger cabin. down safely amid Aviation, told The Associ- caused the panel to peel Boeing spokeswoman Gospel/Contemporary Christian After the pilots’ initial applause, one of the pilots ated Press. away. Liz Verdier said it was too ........................................... singer Rebecca St. James is 31. “As a consequence of this, the aircraft experi- The passengers, on a flight from London to rapid descent, “the plane kept going down, not too could be heard saying over the intercom: “Fire soon to determine what caused the hole, but the NEWS OF enced rapid decompres- Melbourne, had just been fast, but it was descend- vehicles and emergency company was providing THE WEIRD sion,” he said. served a meal after a ing,” Scaffidi said, adding vehicles are going to take a technical assistance as Advance notice While it is not uncom- stopover in Hong Kong the staff informed passen- look at us.” part of an investigation led mon for metal panels to when they described gers they were diverting to What they found was a by the National Trans- In three incidents in be lost from aircraft in hearing a loud bang, then Manila. TV screens on the stunning sight. A 9-foot- portation Safety Board. March and April, robbers were arrested in the act after police were tipped off in advance. The source of DRUGS: 51-year-old woman arrested for selling car for drugs FROM PAGE 1 located, and deputies Deputies chased her to yelling, ‘get ’em’ several Mars was able to the tip each time was a followed. They found the an address on Laurel times to the dogs. It was remove the dog. Once store employee who had appeared to be under car and Shelli got in, Lane, where Shelli Cook clear she was encourag- inside the patrol car, been brazenly notified by the influence of drugs, attempting to drive off. became combative, Gizzi ing the dogs to bite the Cook began kicking at the perp to expect a rob- and she later admitted But she was intoxicated, said, pushing Arvin’s deputies. After yelling, the windows, and bery soon. Daniel Glen, 40, she sold the car for $50 and deputies stepped in shoulder and saying she ‘get ’em’ two or three deputies had to use was arrested in Windsor, worth of crack cocaine to stop her. was not going anywhere. times, a white Jack pepper spray to gain Ontario, having called to a dealer on Bogart “Shelli Cook made eye “While escorting Cook Russell dog attacked compliance, Gizzi ahead to make sure there Drive. contact with Cpl. Arvin toward a patrol vehicle, deputy Mars and bit the reported. was enough money in the Peter Cook and his and accelerated, driving there were three dogs on back of her right leg, Cook is being held at store’s cash register. wife drove to the address north on Bogart Drive,” the property,” Gizzi causing an open the Lee County Jail on — From wire reports where the car was Gizzi reported. reported. “... Cook began wound.” $30,000 bond.
    • Front Page 6 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 FLORIDA REPORT Donations for officer’s family soar By STEVEN BEARDSLEY detectives Tom Rall and he added. tremendous outpouring of support, and NAPLES DAILY NEWS Robert Wardrop to organize Police officers also collected for the we want to continue in that effort.” After days of passing their white the five-day push, schedul- officer’s family in Punta Gorda. Herocare assists struggling families of donation buckets along the busy roads of ing about 100 volunteer Meanwhile, other fundraising efforts law enforcement officers across the Lee County, deputies stood at some of the officers between the depart- across the area are continuing or, in a few country. Saunders said he has spoken with same intersections Thursday carrying ments to stand at intersec- cases, just getting started. Herocare founder Lane Houk about signs with a new message for drivers: tions and ask drivers for A push by national nonprofit Herocare creating a permanent fund earmarked for “Thank You.” cash donations. to raise additional funds will likely contin- emergencies such as Widman’s death, an WIDMAN Their gratitude comes as organizers of a The drivers, in turn, were ue for a few more weeks, said state Sen. effort he plans to continue after the fundraiser for the family of slain Fort eager to donate. Burt Saunders, R-Naples, who oversees Widman fund closes. Myers police officer Andrew Widman say Monahan said that after years of the fund that will eventually be given to Houk also worked with the Florida they have exceeded their goal of raising dealing with the darker side of society as a Widman’s family. The fundraiser, which Firecats, Southwest Florida’s arena football $100,000. They will publicly release the law enforcement officer, he was amazed currently totals about $13,000, will franchise, to set up a benefit for the total amount on Monday. by the generosity shown during the continue making its way through Hero- officer’s family, Saunders said. Five dollars Lee County Lt. Matt Monahan called fundraiser. care’s national network of donators, he from every ticket sold for this Saturday’s fundraising efforts a “complete success.” “It really, really, really truly brought said, even as news surrounding Widman’s home game against the Daytona Beach “I expected we would meet (the goal),” back a belief in humanity,” Monahan said. death recedes from the front pages. Thunderbirds will go to the family, Monahan said on Thursday. “I didn’t “When we deal with people, it’s always “It’ll be out of public view here very Firecats officials said. Volunteers from expect the outpouring to be as tremen- a negative thing. So, to get this amount of quickly,” Saunders said of the officer’s Herocare will also be outside the arena to dous as it was.” a tremendous positive feedback from the death. “But the Widman family ... will collect donations, Ticket Manager Michael Monahan worked with Cape Coral community was almost overwhelming,” need a lot of resources. There’s been a Gluski added. | OTHER HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATE Salmonella scare spurs Father of missing bill aimed at FDA boy arrested MANATEE — Local tomato BUSHNELL — The father of growers say a federal bill intro- central Florida boy whose duced to compensate growers and mother killed herself after the packers nationwide for their child went missing has been losses due to the salmonella scare arrested on drug and driving is a step that could change the charges. agricultural industry. The Sumter County Sheriff’s Bob Spencer of West Coast Office says Joshua Duckett was Tomato in Palmetto on Thursday arrested around 3:40 p.m. said the bill — which was intro- Thursday on charges he was duced Wednesday night — could f ir knowingly driving with a sus- force the federal government to pended or revoked license and review its procedures in regard to that he had drug paraphernalia issuing food safety alarms. in the car. The salmonella scare is Duckett’s son, Trenton, was 2 estimated to have cost growers when he disappeared in August and packers $100 million in losses. 2006. Authorities say the boy’s — Bradenton Herald ti mother, 21-year-old Melinda Duckett, killed herself as she Crash kills two, closes AP PHOTO became the focus of the U.S. 301 three hours MANATEE — Two people were Thrill seekers investigation. — Associated Press killed Thursday in a horrific rear- In this photo provided by Universal Orlando, cousins Joshua Alarcon, 12, and Gabriel Alfaro, 8, of end collision near the intersec- Miami, fly high on Woody’s Nuthouse Coaster while on vacation with their family at Universal Orlando 7 men facing 57 tion of U.S. 301 and 51st Avenue Resort, Friday in Orlando, Fla. charges in fish East, Florida Highway Patrol trafficking case officials reported. 10 The crash occurred when a APALACHICOLA — Federal Avaisawwo pickup truck rear-ended a red Tallahassee Jadc so, vi le authorities have charged 7 men nsaoola 10 SUV heading south on U.S. 301 with 57 counts of illegally about 8:30 p.m., according to Suwan catching, transporting and FHP Trooper John McGrede. The River 57, selling fish across state lines. SUV, carrying a man and woman Riv6r The indictment, returned last in their 70s and a second man in FLORIDA Daylom Beach week in U.S. District Court in his 50s, rolled over the grass Albany, Ga., said several Florida 5 median, throwing the woman and one of the men into the Coast guard fishermen and seafood dealers and 2 Georgia brothers con- northbound lanes of traffic. The crumpled frame of the rescues 3 adrift Cap e Canavera l spired to transport a variety of fish illegally across state lines vehicle sat surrounded by for 4 days 4 Melbour ne from Florida to Georgia, misla- emergency vehicles. beled fish and falsified docu- KEY WEST — The Coast Guard Tampa The woman was thrown to the SL Peler sb Vero Beach ments, investigators said. street and lay still. The ejected rescued three people who were adrift The men are accused of for four days aboard a homemade Saraso Ia Fbdda ' s T man was struck by a green illegally catching and selling red wooden boat that launched from Arcadi a pickup truck heading north that Venice Noah Pori drum, red snapper, red grouper, Hollywood, Fla. No one was injured. 5 swerved to avoid the crashed E Char lotte gag grouper and of selling SUV. His arm was caught in the The rescue happened 20 miles Punta Vietnamese catfish as grouper. Lake Pa lm BenCh truck’s axel and he was dragged south of Key West on Wednesday. QkeeChobae Officials say the total commer- along the road. Firefighters and Officials said the 40-foot vessel — cial value of the fish involved paramedics worked to free him which was named the White Ele- Na Fort Laud erdale exceeded $200,000. 5 from the vehicle before he could phant — left sometime Saturday or Hialeah — Associated Press be treated, McGrede said. Sunday. The man and woman were The three people, including one iaml British citizen, were headed to EVERGL ADES Miami judge issues flown to Bayfront Medical Center NATIONAL PARK in St. Petersburg, where the Cancun, Mexico, but ran into bad injunction for woman was pronounced dead. weather probably created by Hurri- finance group — Bradenton Herald cane Dolly. — Associated Press MIAMI — A Miami federal Key aT 4 11? judge on Friday toughened an Jail worker quits over order against a group that sleeping infraction promotes its own currency and BRADENTON — A civilian says it wants to seize control of control room operator resigned Naples banker to Bank of America and more than after he was caught sleeping Councilman calls Red Hot Chili Peppers $15 billion from its branches. chair Citizens board U.S. District Judge Alan Gold instead of monitoring an area 42-cent arrest ‘stupid’ logo lawsuit settled housing high-risk inmates, TALLAHASSEE — A Naples in Miami issued a preliminary according to a Manatee County NAPLES — A Naples city CAPE CORAL — A Cape investment banker has been injunction against The United Sheriff’s Office report released councilman called the arrest Coral man has settled a $9.5 named to chair the board of Cities Group Inc. Gold had this week. of a man who allegedly stole million federal lawsuit filed governors for the state- previously issued a temporary Joseph Leitenberger worked in 42 cents from a mall fountain against him for using a backed property insurance restraining order. the control room for the maxi- “ridiculously stupid” in a distinctive Red Hot Chili company, Citizens. During the hearing, Bank of mum security area of the Mana- letter to the city manager Peppers logo on a jacket. James Malone will take over America attorney Mary Leslie tee County Jail, where inmates Thursday night. Gary Shaffer, founder of for Bruce Douglas of Jack- Smith told Gold that earlier this charged with murder are held. In the letter, Councilman Back-Lite, said he could not sonville, who announced in month armed guards dressed in Besides monitoring inmates, Bill Willkomm writes that the discuss the settlement under June that he would not seek black entered two South Florida Leitenberger, whose father is a arrest “Is how and why the terms of the agreement with reappointment. Malone, 65, branches, blocked exits and tried sheriff’s deputy, buzzed deputies police specifically and gov- Bravado International, a serves as a member of the to seize the bank’s assets on when their presence was needed ernment in general are merchandising company with Board of Trustees for Florida behalf of the group. in the cell area and made sure disrespected and ridiculed.” rights to the rock band’s Gulf Coast University. The group claims it has set up they were safe inside. Laslo Mujzer, 43, a Hungari- “asterisk” logo. He said Originally created as a an independent U.S. banking “You’re the officer’s lifeline. an citizen living in Bonita Thursday he signed the stopgap for homeowners and currency system. Court You’re there to watch him, make Springs, was arrested Monday agreement July 16. unable to find insurance in documents show that the sure nothing happens. That’s the on a petty theft charge Kenneth Feinswog, a Los the private market, Citizens is Federal Reserve and Treasury main focus of your job,” Lt. accusing him of stealing coins Angeles-based lawyer repre- now Florida’s largest insurer. Department have issued several David Hampton told investiga- from a fountain outside senting Bravado, confirmed a It has more than 1.2 million fraud and worthless instrument tors, according to the report. Coastland Center mall. settlement was reached. policies. alerts regarding TUC. — Bradenton Herald — Fort Myers News Press — Fort Myers News Press — Associated Press — Associated Press
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    • Saturday, July 26, 2008/ The Sun STATE/NATIONAL NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 9 SW Florida couple to build home from old tires By BAIRD HELGESON Tampa. “We like the simple, using recycled bottles in blues, THE TAMPA TRIBUNE clean nature of it — the elegant greens and reds to create a MYAKKA CITY — Michael simplicity.” colorful mosaic within a and Denise Pfalzer’s new home With a budget of $300,000, concrete wall. will have walls made of old car the cost per square foot is The roof will include four tires, recycled bottles and cans. about the same as a traditional large domes that will collect Rainwater gathered from the house. rainwater and send it to a rooftop will be used for drink- Michael Reynolds, founder storage tank. During a one-inch ing, washing dishes and flush- of Earthship Biotecture in New rainfall, the 3,500-square-foot ing toilets before it trickles back Mexico, came up with the idea roof will collect 2,000 gallons of out to nourish the gardens. in the 1970s. He wanted to find water for use in the home. Solar energy will power the a way to build affordable Solar panels will capture home and the Earth’s soil will homes from natural and energy from the sun, then the keep it cool. recycled materials that didn’t electricity will be stored in Sometime around January, need to be hooked up to local batteries to power appliances the Pfalzers will become the utilities. and lights. owners of Florida’s first Earth- The tire walls are a trade- The home won’t have an air AP PHOTO ship, a one-bedroom, two- mark feature. The tires are conditioner. Instead, the house bathroom home built largely Michael and Denise Pfalzer are seen in their home in Tampa, July 18. packed with soil and stacked to will be partially buried in the from recycled material. The Sometime around January, the Pfalzers will become the owners of create exterior walls. Each tire ground, using the cooler earth home has emerged as a model Florida’s first Earthship, a one-bedroom, two-bathroom home built largely weighs about 350 pounds, temperatures, a network of for those who want to live more from recycled material. making the homes sturdy underground tubing and in tune with nature, discon- into the mainstream. those who want to learn about during natural disasters such as window ventilation to keep the nected from utilities. The technology used in the sustainable living. After that, hurricanes. interior a constant 75 degrees. Although homes such as this Pfalzers’ new home would work students will continue environ- Some of the walls will be The homes first became were once the domain of fringe in a bungalow in Seminole mental testing to see how the built using a honeycomb of popular in New Mexico, and environmentalists, the rising Heights or a ranch home in home and nature coexist. recycled cans surrounded by are now in several states and price of electricity, food and gas Lutz. During construction, the “This is our dream,” said concrete, then covered with throughout Europe and in have pushed many of the ideas worksite will be a laboratory for Michael Pfalzer, who lives in plaster. Others will be built Nicaragua. ‘Spam King’ commits apparent murder-suicide BENNETT, Colo. (AP) — immediately clear. since Sunday, when he in restitution to the IRS girl who was shot in the with false information, on A convicted spammer The bodies of “Spam and his wife drove away after pleading guilty to neck ran for help. He said behalf of a Houston fatally shot his wife and King” Edward “Eddie” from a minimum-security falsifying header informa- the girl had serious company promoting a young daughter in an Davidson, his wife and 3- federal prison in Florence, tion to send spam e-mail, injuries, but was coherent penny stock as an excel- apparent murder-suicide year-old daughter were 90 miles south of Denver. tax evasion and criminal and talking when taken to lent investment, according Thursday while being found in an SUV parked in Eid said that after forfeiture. the hospital. to a plea agreement. His sought after escaping a farmhouse driveway in a Davidson escaped, he Campbell said deputies Prosecutors said that bank account deposits prison last weekend, rural part of Bennett, about drove to the Denver rushed to the farmhouse from 2002 to 2005, from 2003 to 2006 totaled authorities said. 25 miles east of Denver. All suburb of Lakewood and after receiving reports of Davidson’s business, $3.5 million, the plea A teenage girl was shot three had been shot, U.S. got a change of clothes shots fired. Power Promoters, and his agreement said. in the neck and a baby was Attorney Troy Eid said. and cash. The house They found Davidson subcontractors would Prosecutors said they found unhurt in a car seat “What a nightmare, and where the shooting on the driver’s side of the spam people’s inboxes also found about $380,000 inside the vehicle where such a coward,” Eid said. occurred was not where SUV and a woman dead with e-mails promoting that he had stashed in his the three bodies were “Davidson imposed the the Davidsons lived, on the passenger side. A items such as watches girlfriend’s bank account found, Arapahoe County ‘death penalty’ on family Campbell said. girl was found dead in the and perfume. over three years, and undersheriff Mark Camp- members for his own Davidson, 35, was back of the car, and a 7- From 2005 through part purchases totaling bell said. 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    • Front Page 10 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com WORLD/NATIONAL NEWS The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 | NATION Woman kills self over foreclosure Candidates broaden cultural horizons TAUNTON, Mass. — A 53-year-old wife and mother fatally shot herself shortly after faxing a letter to her mortgage company saying that by the time they foreclosed on her house that day, she would be dead. Police said that Carlene Balderrama used her husband’s high-powered rifle to kill herself Tues- day afternoon, shortly after faxing the letter at 2:30 p.m. The mortgage company called police, who found Balderrama’s body at 3:30 p.m. The auction was AP PHOTO AP PHOTO scheduled to start at 5 p.m. U.S. Democratic presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., left, The Dalai Lama talks with reporters during a news conference in Aspen, and interested buyers and French President Nicolas Sarkozy, are seen following their joint press Colo. Friday, as Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain, R- arrived at the property in conference after their meeting at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Friday. Ariz., right, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., listen. Taunton, about 35 miles south of Boston, while Obama urges Iran to work with EU McCain rejects US troop withdrawal Balderrama’s body was still inside, according to PARIS (AP) — Democratic was president. DENVER (AP) — Republican said could have resulted had Taunton police chief Sen. Barack Obama, nearing the “And one of us became presidential candidate John Obama managed to stop the Raymond O’Berg. end of a fast-paced internation- president. Well, let the other do McCain, ridiculing Barack troop buildup ordered by al campaign trip, warned Iran likewise, huh? I mean, that’s not Obama for “the audacity of President Bush: U.S. forces on Friday, “don’t wait for the meddling” in the U.S. election, hopelessness” in his policies on retreating under fire, the Iraqi Trans fats banned next president” to take office Sarkozy said. Iraq, said Friday that the entire army collapsing, civilian casual- from Calif. eateries before yielding to Western For his part, Obama observed Middle East could have plunged ties increasing dramatically, al- SACRAMENTO, Calif. — demands to dismantle its that when Sarkozy visited the into war had U.S. troops been Qaida killing cooperative Sunni California on Friday nuclear weapons program. United States two years ago, he withdrawn as his rival advocated. sheiks and finding safe havens to became the first state to “The pressure, I think, is only met with only two senators — Speaking to an audience of train fighters and launch attacks prohibit restaurants from going to build,” he said at a news himself and John McCain, now Hispanic military veterans, on Americans, and civil war, using artery-clogging conference as he stood beside the Republican presidential McCain stepped up his criticism genocide and a wider conflict. trans fats in preparing French President Nicolas Sarkozy. candidate-in-waiting. “So I of Obama while the Illinois “Above all, America would their food. Obama spent less than five would suggest that, for the senator continued his headline- have been humiliated and Gov. Arnold hours in the French capital, reporters in the room, if you grabbing tour of the Middle East weakened,” he said. “Terrorists Schwarzenegger signed time enough for his motorcade want to know something about and Europe. The Arizona would have seen our defeat as to drive past curious Parisians elections, you should talk to the Republican contended that evidence America lacked the legislation that will ban gathered along the sidewalks president of France.” Obama’s policies — he opposed resolve to defeat them. As Iraq restaurants and other hoping to catch a glimpse, Obama said he and Sarkozy sending more troops to Iraq in descended into chaos, other retail food establish- receive a greeting from his host agreed that Iran poses “an the “surge” that McCain sup- countries in the Middle East ments from using oil, ported — would have led to would have come to the aid of on the steps of the presidential extraordinarily grave situation,” margarine and shorten- palace and then hold private and the world must send “a defeat there and in Afghanistan. their favored factions, and the ing containing trans fats. talks before a news conference. clear message to Iran to end its “We rejected the audacity of entire region might have In a statement, he noted The French president veered illicit nuclear program.” hopelessness, and we were erupted in war.” that consuming trans fat close to an endorsement to a Obama has spoken frequent- right,” McCain said, a play on Noting that the buildup was is linked to coronary man he called “my dear Barack ly of Iran on his trip, stressing the title of Obama’s book “The unpopular, McCain said: “Sen. heart disease. Obama.” that its nuclear ambitions pose Audacity of Hope.” Obama told the American people Violations could result Sarkozy recalled that when a threat to Israel and threatens McCain laid out a near- what he thought you wanted to in fines of $25 to $1,000. they first met in 2006 neither to destabilize the entire region. apocalyptic chain of events he hear. I told you the truth.” Food items sold in their manufacturers’ sealed packaging would be exempt. Former NJ mayor Report urges passport system overhaul By DEVLIN BARRETT summer, the result of an the investigators. backlog this year, he said. one that had a much gets probation in ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER unprecedented 18 State Department “Everybody should greater capacity.” war lies case WASHINGTON — The million applications. The spokesman Gonzalo know and understand Separately, the agency CAMDEN, N.J. — A State Department high demand was Gallegos said he had not we’ve already taken responded in writing to judge ordered former insisted Friday it can spurred in part by new seen the report and could action,” Gallegos said. the ‘GAO, arguing that they Atlantic City Mayor handle the growing U.S. travel rules. not comment in detail “There was a situation have “for many years had Robert Levy on Friday to demand for passports, “The 2007 surge in but he said the depart- last year. We worked very long-range goals and plans despite congressional passport demand exposed ment has already made diligently to ensure that for improving its passport serve three years’ proba- investigators’ findings serious deficiencies in several changes meant to we developed a more operations, and we tion and pay a $5,000 fine that the agency has not State’s passport issuance improve passport deliv- efficient system in continue to take actions to for lying about his overhauled the system to process,” the report ery. 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    • Saturday, July 26, 2008/ The Sun NATIONAL/WORLD NEWS www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 11 | WORLD Aging levees mark Military: US troops killed editor’s son DC landmarks BAGHDAD — The U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) them; that’s not the case military said Friday that — Strolling beside the with levees.” bullets fired by American Reflecting Pool with the In Washington, the soldiers killed the 14- Lincoln Memorial in the problem has received year-old son of the chief distance, it’s easy to heightened urgency editor of a U.S.-spon- overlook a gentle rise in given the threat to sored newspaper during the landscape a few important real estate in a a gunbattle this week in yards to the north. flood zone that begins the northern Iraqi city of The small berm is near the base of the Kirkuk. part of an inconspicuous Washington Monument The military said Arkan levee system designed to and stretches to a Ali Taha was hit when protect world-famous neighborhood south of soldiers came under heavy museums, the National the Capitol. The area gunfire from a passing taxi Archives and federal includes the White House and shot back. The boy office buildings from visitor center, National was riding in the cab and flooding. Gallery of Art, the the driver was later taken But the nearly 70- Smithsonian’s National into custody, the state- year-old levee is at risk Air and Space Museum AP FILE PHOTO ment said. of failing during a major and Justice Department The father said his son storm — a catastrophe headquarters. In this June 9 photo, Mark Roh, U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s acting regional was not involved with that could swamp Built on reclaimed director, holds a bag of tomatoes being tested for salmonella bacteria at FDA’s south- extremist groups and portions of downtown in swamp land with few west regional research lab, in Irvine, Calif. Food industry bitten didn’t know how to use up to 10 feet of water natural barriers against weapons. He said the boy and cause $200 million high water, Washington had hired the cab to in damages, according always has been vulner- bring a set of keys to the to federal officials. able to flooding. And by lobbying success newspaper. Dozens of communi- experts say the threat is According to the U.S. ties coast to coast are worsening. statement, American facing similar warnings The sea level has troops were trying to as authorities re- risen about 2 feet since recover a disabled vehicle examine the nation’s the city was founded WASHINGTON (AP) the nation’s food and trace produce that in Kirkuk on Wednesday outdated flood-control more than 200 years ago — The food industry drug supply. He will chair sicken consumers, when multiple shots were infrastructure. at the confluence of the must drop any remain- a hearing next week on according to interviews fired at them from the “We have built a Anacostia and Potomac ing opposition to elec- the current outbreak of and government reports taxi. One soldier was series of structures and rivers, said James Titus, tronic record-keeping salmonella — one of the reviewed by The Associ- wounded, it said. walked away from them a sea-level expert at the and back an effective worst in years in the ated Press. historically,” said Environmental Protec- system for tracing United States. The White House also Unexplained Leonard Shabman, a tion Agency. In addition, contaminated food to its “This latest salmonella killed a plan to require explosions kill five water resources expert urban development has source, a lawmaker outbreak has shown us the industry to maintain with the think tank increased rainwater investigating food safety that it is necessary to electronic tracking GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip Resources for the runoff, and global said Friday. have electronic record- records. Companies — A powerful explosion Future. “If you’ve got warming is believed to “It is my hope that the keeping and trace-back complained the propos- ripped through a car on a potholes in the road, have fueled more potent food industry will drop systems in order to als were too burden- busy Gaza City beach people go out and fix storms. its opposition to these quickly detect the source some and costly, and Friday night, killing a commonsense safe- of food borne illnesses,” warned they could Hamas field commander guards and move forward Stupak said. disrupt the availability and three other people, with implementation,” The food industry is of consumers’ favorite security officials said. It was the third unex- Bar brawl strains said Rep. Bart Stupak, chairman of the House seeing the truth of the adage, “Be careful what foods — especially fresh produce. plained blast of the day in this coastal territory after a relatively calm US-Serbia relations Energy and Commerce Committee’s investigative subcommittee. you wish for because you might get it.” The industry pres- More recently, parts of the industry said they would support a more NEW YORK (AP) — It pound Kovacevic and period since Israel and Stupak, D-Mich., has sured the Bush adminis- effecting tracing system, started as a bar fight in a two other men were the Islamic militants of been conducting an tration years ago to limit but insisted that busi- college town in upstate arrested on assault Hamas agreed on a investigation since the paperwork compa- nesses in the food chain New York. charges after Steinhauer cease-fire last month. A January 2007 into the nies would have to keep — not the government Police say a hulking was nearly beaten to total of five people died Food and Drug Adminis- to help U.S. health — should devise the basketball player from death on May 4. tration’s ability to protect investigators quickly method that works. from the explosions, and Serbia beat a fellow 23 suffered injuries. college student to a SUMMERCLEARANCE No one in Gaza blamed bloody pulp and fled to Israel for the violence, his home country, indicating it was likely setting off a diplomatic Palestinian infighting. crisis. The late night blast U.S. senators have killed Amar Musubah, a intervened on the Hamas military field victim’s behalf, reaching commander, and another Hamas militant, Eyad Al- out to Secretary of State EVERYTHING’S PRICED LOW & READY TO GO! TOTAL SAVINGS OF 60 -80 OFF Condoleezza Rice and 7.99 % % Hia, medical officials threatening to pull back said. 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    • Front Page 12 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 NORTHERN REPORT Kerry challenged to debates O’Reilly issues dare in Mass. contest BOSTON (AP) — The a set of proposed media sign of respect to his meet with constituents man giving John Kerry debates. constituents.” The across Massachusetts to his first Democratic Four years removed attorney went on to talk about his work on primary fight since his from challenging Repub- accuse Kerry of not their behalf in the U.S. election to the Senate lican George W. Bush for spending enough time in Senate.” more than 20 years ago the presidency, O’Reilly is the state. Debate challenges are proposed a series of Kerry’s first primary A Kerry spokesman often the staple of debates Friday. opponent since winning was noncommittal. incumbents’ opponents Gloucester attorney his Senate seat in 1984. “We have received Mr. — who may lack name Edward O’Reilly suggest- O’Reilly said in a O’Reilly’s letter and will recognition or fundrais- ed town hall meetings in statement that August be reaching out to his ing clout — or those who each of the state’s 14 might be a good month campaign,” Kerry cam- trail in a campaign. They counties. He also pro- for the debates, since paign manager Roger Lay hope a face-to-face posed formal debates at Kerry will be on recess. said. “Senator Kerry is meeting can put them on the five University of “I am ready, any time, working with his col- the same plane as their =+T? Massachusetts campus- any place in our state,” leagues in the coming rival and prompt a 1 A es, as well as some O’Reilly said. “I hope weeks before the session stumble that might allow AP PHOTO community colleges. And Senator Kerry will take adjourns and looks them to catch up in the he urged Kerry to join in up the challenge as a forward to continuing to polls. The winner of the Sept. Bikes in Boston 16 primary will face Bicycle commuters including Jasmin Burke, of Quincy, MASSACHUSETTS Republican Jeff Beatty, a Mass., left, arrive at City Hall Plaza in Boston, Friday. former CIA official and Boston hosted its first series of “Bike Friday,” which Cape Cod man charged member of the Army’s Delta Force. featured a free breakfast at City Hall Plaza when the riders finished their trek into Boston. Pedestrian deaths examined the case say she found in bushes. in bat beating released FORT DRUM, N.Y. — A 23-year-old soldier from died of a drug overdose, not bulbar polio as ruled in 1968. Authorities say a vaginal swab and a piece of tissue matched Freeman’s BARNSTABLE, Mass. — A Superior family in traffic following a July 4 fire- Fort Drum will spend 18 A trial judge ruled the DNA profile stored in a Court judge overturned a lower court’s works display. months in prison and then charge came too late for national database of decision on Friday and freed a Cape Cod Nestor said he was attacked after he be kicked out of the Army Mercer to get a fair trial. convicted criminals. He’s man accused of using a baseball bat to asked a group of men to stop taunting for running down a group But the Supreme Court currently locked up at the assault a New York man because he people with New York license plates. of pedestrians outside an says other legal issues state prison in Marion on thought he was a Yankees fan. Correia claims he acted in self defense. upstate New York night- should be settled first. a domestic violence Robert Correia, of Falmouth, was Nickerson admonished the media club. conviction. released on personal recognizance by Friday for blowing the incident out of Pvt. Kristopher Hendricks OHIO Investigators think Barnstable Superior Court Judge Gary proportion. of Detroit was given a bad Freeman strangled the Nickerson under several conditions, “Because the words Boston Red Sox and conduct discharge and victim with his hands. including random alcohol testing. The 20- New York Yankees were interjected into ordered to forfeit all Police think the two remaining pay and benefits Disaster loans year-old had been ordered held without this case, this thing spun out of control,” argued after a romantic bail earlier this month by a district court he said. following a two-day court- TOLEDO, Ohio — The involvement. judge. The judge also said that if Correia martial before a military federal Small Business Correia is charged with beating William pleaded guilty to assault and battery with judge. Administration says those Nestor, of Northport, N.Y., with an a dangerous weapon he probably would The judge found him affected by a fire at a MASSACHUSETTS aluminum bat as Nestor waited with his receive two weeks in a jail and probation. guilty of drunk driving and Toledo apartment complex aggravated assault under that left about 200 people military law. The ruling was homeless are eligible for NEW YORK scheduled takeoff at 7 a.m. for natural gas in the announced Thursday. low-interest disaster loans. MBTA derailment Friday. Marcellus Shale forma- Watertown police say Fire officials say fireworks BOSTON — There is no Bomb squad personnel tion across the state’s Hendricks ran into a that landed on the roof of commuter rail service on Flights delayed swept the terminal and Southern Tier. parked car in a city lot an apartment building the MBTA’s Fairmount line. airplane, but nothing was DEC Commissioner about 2 a.m. on March 15. caused the July 5 fire that RONKONKOMA, N.Y. — A T spokesman says found. Employees were Pete Grannis says the While speeding away from destroyed nine buildings At least four outgoing because of a train derail- returning to the terminal, meetings are part of the the scene, he drove down a at the Hunters Ridge flights have been delayed ment just outside of South and passengers were agency’s work to update street in the wrong direc- complex. at New York’s MacArthur Station on Thursday night expected to begin the its Generic Environmen- tion, plowing into a crowd Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland Airport after a bomb threat screening process for their service has been suspend- tal Impact Statement, of dozens leaving a bar. requested that the loans be was called into a Southwest flights. Four incoming ed on Friday morning. published in 1992 to Eight people were sent to made available in a July 17 Airlines office in Houston. Commuters are being flights were not affected. guide the review of oil hospitals. letter to SBA’s acting Officials with the town of encouraged to use existing and gas drilling projects. administrator Jovita Islip, which operates the MBTA bus routes that serve Gas drilling The guide was created MICHIGAN Carranza. stations along that line. Long Island airport, and a before the development Southwest spokeswoman ALBANY, N.Y. — The The agency says renters Old Colony line trains will of a new horizontal can apply for loans up to said the threat was received state Department of depart on time, but will drilling method that $40,000 to replace or repair about Flight 2622 from Environmental Conserva- involves boring much Case pending arrive at South Station 15 to Long Island to Chicago. It tion will hold a series of personal property dam- 20 minutes late. deeper than was previ- LANSING, Mich. — The aged in the fire. Loans up was called into Southwest’s public meetings to assess Crews are working to ously possible and case of a doctor charged to $200,000 are available to reservations office in the potential environ- move the derailed train. No injecting fluid to fracture with killing his wife 38 repair or replace damaged Houston shortly before the mental effects of drilling injuries were reported. gas-trapping shale. years after she died is still real estate. pending after a Michigan | CANADIAN NEWS BRIEFS — from AP wire reports Supreme Court order. DNA revelation Jail cell murder The high court Friday sent the case against Charles CLEVELAND — DNA WORCESTER, Mass. — Ottawa won’t grant Air in Toronto testified that the woman, evidence from a national Canada waiver for layoffs who is facing two counts of first-degree William Mercer of Okemos A man awaiting trial on murder, was interviewed by centre back to a lower court. An databank has been used to burglary charges in the MONTREAL — Federal Labour psychologist Dr. Percy Wright in early Ingham County circuit crack the unsolved 1996 Worcester county jail has Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn has 2007. judge has been told to rule slaying of a woman in been found guilty of killing rejected Air Canada’s (TSX:AC.B) During that interview, the woman was within 28 days on whether Cleveland. his cellmate during a fight request for a waiver that would have “clearly overstating” symptoms by the case should have been A Cuyahoga (keye-uh- over a pack of playing allowed the airline to lay off employees claiming she had thoughts inserted bound over for trial based HOH’-guh) County grand cards. Nov. 1 without first setting up a joint into her head against her will, was on factors other than a jury indicted 48-year-old Dennis Hadley was union-company committee to examine possessed by evil, was experiencing delay in Mercer’s arrest. Kenneth Freeman of convicted of involuntary ways to ease the impact of the cuts. hallucinations and had been reading Mercer was arrested in Cleveland on Thursday on manslaughter on Thursday “There weren’t sufficient grounds to words backwards. connection with Sally an aggravated murder for kicking 42-year-old grant a waiver because their (collective Klassen said Wright later confronted Mercer’s death in 2006. charge in the death. Daniel McMullen to death agreement) was not more than what we the accused about her claims, which Investigators who re- The body of 35-year-old in February 2005. have in our labour code about our she retracted or said she couldn’t Alfreida Day had been McMullen died at a entitlements,” Blackburn said in an remember reporting. hospital of complications interview Friday. from a ruptured spleen. The minister has offered the airline Hells Angels gather in The 52-year-old Hadley and the union access to mediators and was acquitted of assault instructed officials to monitor the Langley, B.C. this weekend and battery with a danger- situation to ensure that any affected Air VANCOUVER — As a bloody gang war ous weapon. Canada employees receive entitlements plays out on Vancouver streets, the Prosecutors called the such as severance and termination pay quarter-century-old Hells Angels are I fight an “unprovoked under the Canada Labour Code. quietly maintaining an empire that’s as attack.” powerful as ever, says an expert in biker Hadley claimed he only t Doctor: Accused killer faked gangs. 1 pushed his cellmate, who psychotic symptoms Hundreds of members of the notori- was serving time for ous biker gang are gathering at the violating his probation GUELPH, Ont. — A southern Ontario Hells Angels clubhouse in Langley, B.C., from a drunken driving woman who admitted killing her two this weekend to mark the 25th anniver- conviction. infant sons falsely reported extreme sary of the first chapters established in Defense lawyers said psychotic symptoms and read a book British Columbia, in Vancouver, AP PHOTO evidence in the case about post-partum depression before Nanaimo and White Rock. speaking to a psychiatrist, a court The gathering offers a rare public Hannah on Today circumstantial. Sentencing is scheduled heard Friday. glimpse at the Angels, who take pains Actress and singer Miley Cyrus signs autographs before her for Tuesday. Psychiatrist Dr. Philip Klassen of the to avoid attention and, says author Yves performance on the NBC “Today” television program, in New Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Lavigne. York’s Rockefeller Center, Friday. — From wire reports
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    • Front Page 14 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com WORLD NEWS The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 | WORLD Iran agrees to Paparazzi, guards, fight at Jolie chateau By JOHN LEICESTER and kicked him, leaving a seriously enough. quad bikes, found him. previous shots were taken work with IAEA ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER head wound that required “If they get invasion of “The forest belongs to of Jolie and Pitt in their VIENNA, Austria — A PARIS — It sounds like three stitches. their privacy like this everyone,” he said, garden with their children. senior envoy said Friday a scene from “Fight Club.” “I was pouring blood. I then they would have no adding that he walked He said Goursolas had that Iran wants to French police say threw myself at them, put option, and they would five hours to get there. “I also camouflaged his expand its cooperation camouflaged paparazzi blood all over them, and have to go somewhere wasn’t in their garden.” equipment and that he with the International who managed to get onto told them that I had HIV where the laws are He said he didn’t take was “there for a good stay.” Atomic Energy Agency, the grounds of Angelina so they would stop hitting upheld a bit better,” any photos. The col- Jolie returned last but said the IAEA should Jolie and Brad Pitt’s me,” Goursolas told The Webb told the AP. league who was with him, weekend to the estate not be cast as a “U.N. chateau in southern Associated Press on Friday. “It’s just not fair, they camerawoman Marianne after the July 12 birth of watchdog” looking for France on Thursday fought Tony Webb, head of are in their own property Saint-Arroman, said she her twins, Knox Leon and signs of secret nuclear with the Hollywood security at the Miraval and you’ve got him didn’t take any video. She Vivienne Marcheline, in weapons programs. couple’s guards. Both the estate, said Goursolas (Goursolas) and there confirmed they were the Mediterranean city of The comments, from paparazzi and the Jolie- went “berserk” without could be another dozen wearing khaki and Nice, about 60 miles away. Iran’s chief delegate to Pitt’s head of security provocation and denied out there that we can’t camouflage to avoid Goursolas claimed the IAEA, were apparent- confirmed the confronta- that his guards punched find” on the 1,235-acre being seen in the woods. that Pitt came out to ly meant to dispel tion but gave widely the photographer. property, he said. “They “We weren’t going to wear speak to them after the concerns that Tehran was different versions of events. He said Jolie and Pitt are just a couple trying to a red sweater,” she said. fight. “He told me, ’What reducing contacts with Freelance photograph- may be forced to move if bring up their young Webb, however, said you are doing is bad, I the Vienna-based agency er Luc Goursolas said he their privacy is not family.” the paparazzi were on the am fed up with my tasked with probing the broke a guard’s finger and respected, and that the Goursolas said he property, about 600 yards private property being Islamic Republic’s bit another until he bled, couple feels besieged. He wasn’t on the property from the house, on a violated’ ... and then he nuclear activities. and that they hit him with said local police are not but in woods nearby wooded hill from where said, ‘If you want war you Instead of cutting back a walkie-talkie, punched taking the problem where the guards, on Webb suspects that will get it.”’ on cooperation, Tehran wants to increase it, chief delegate Ali Ashgar Soltanieh told The Associated Press. To that More woes for Gordon Brown from Labour Party end, a meeting between GLASGOW, Scotland Stringer, a Labour the special election, Iranian Vice President (AP) — Britain’s govern- lawmaker. which was prompted by a Gholam Reza Aghazadeh ing party suffered a For more than 50 years, Labour lawmaker’s and IAEA head Mohamed sobering election defeat the Labour Party had held resignation due to health ElBaradei on Thursday in a Scottish stronghold the seat in its eastern problems. focused on “the promo- Friday, a personal rebuke Glasgow stronghold — a Labour’s woes are tion of cooperation with to Prime Minister Gor- crime-infested maze of reminiscent of the plight the IAEA,” he said. don Brown from voters in tenement housing where of the last Conservative On Thursday, Aghaz- one of the country’s life expectancy is 63 years government more than a adeh appeared to signal poorest districts at a time for men, the same decade ago — far behind that his country was no of growing economic average for Bangladesh. in opinion polls and longer prepared to uncertainty. Unemployment has seemingly unable to win entertain further ques- Delegates meet in hovered at roughly 10 an election anywhere. tions from the IAEA about September for the percent — twice the That government, led by governing Labour Party’s AP PHOTO British national average John Major, was swept allegations that Tehran conducted secret annual conference, but Scottish National Party, SNP candidate John Mason , — but around half of the away in a landslide in 1997 research and experiments it’s unlikely they will celebrates his win at the Tollcross Park Leisure Center, in working-age population is by Labour’s charismatic into nuclear weapons. stage a revolt against Glasgow after polls closed in the Glasgow East, Scotland estimated to be jobless and young Tony Blair. Brown. Choosing a new by-election late Thursday. and receiving hefty The Labour Party’s Investigating such allegations “is outside the leader for Labour would minister should have his party even hinted he government benefits. popularity has since domain of the agency,” be a gamble, given the (summer) holiday, but should resign before the “I wanted to send shock waned with a backlash he said after meeting small pool of successors then I think we need an next national election. waves through the Labour over the unpopular Iraq with ElBaradei. Any who could actually beat election,” said Cameron. “We need a new start Party, to send a message war and mounting further queries on the the charismatic Conserv- “I think we need change and that can only come to tell them to do some- economic woes con- issue “will be dealt with ative leader David in this country, and that’s from a debate around the thing for us,” said John fronting Brown, a Scots- in another way,” he said, Cameron in a general how change should come leadership. I hope those French, 45, who’s unem- man known for his serious without elaborating. election, due by 2010. about.” discussions will take ployed and voted for the but stiff demeanor and “I think the prime Some in Brown’s own place,” said Graham Scottish National Party in rumpled appearance. Report: Karadzic spotted in 2006 VIENNA, Austria — An Students put price Austrian newspaper is reporting that captured war crimes fugitive on Rice arrest Radovan Karadzic WELLINGTON, New New Zealand officials worked in Vienna as Zealand (AP) — New have said they declined “miracle healer” during Zealand students U.S. requests in 2005 his years under cover. protesting the Iraq war and early 2006 to resettle The Kurier daily quotes offered a reward to some Guantanamo Bay A N N U A L WAREHOUSESALE a married couple as anyone who carries out a detainees as refugees in saying that Karadzic citizen’s arrest of Secre- New Zealand. called himself “Pera” and tary of State Condoleezza “Guantanamo is a saw patients in homes of Rice during her visit to detention center that ... Serbians living in the the country Friday. we would very much like Austrian capital. 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WED. 7/23, 10-6 • THU. 7/24, 10-6 him more than a year ago. trip to New Zealand after lot of innocent people Kurier reported that the attending a Southeast have died at the hands of former Bosnian Serb leader allegedly lived with Asian security forum in Singapore. She is sched- terrorists. We must do everything that we can FRI. 7/25, 10-8 • SAT. 7/26, 10-6 Serbian families while in uled to arrive from within our obligations Australia late Friday and legally and in terms of the Austrian capital and ' f. fly out early Sunday. our treaty obligations to only stayed up to three Rice, asked about the prevent that from ever days at a time. protest at a news happening again.” conference Friday with U.S. officials traveling Genevieve the Australian foreign with Rice said that they becomes minister in Perth, were aware of the hurricane Australia, said: “Protests citizens’ arrest threat MEXICO CITY — are a part of the Democ- here but that it won’t Tropical Storm Genevieve ratic society and student affect her plans. has strengthened into a protests are particularly But police in Auck- hurricane far off Mexico’s Pacific coast, and fore- a long honored tradition in democratic society. 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    • DOW BUSINESS 11,370.69 +21.41 ........................................................................................................ . NYSE ................................... ................................... .................................. 8,395.58 +25.67 . NASDAQ ................................... ................................... .................................. 2,310.53 +30.42 . S&P 500 1,257.76 +5.22 Saturday, July 26, 2008 www.sun-herald.com Editor: Bob Fliss June home sales slightly dip bfliss@sun-herald.com Decline is less than half of expected BOB FLISS By MARTIN CRUTSINGER Sales of new single-family homes 0.6 percent last month to a worst of the decline could be at a seasonally adjusted annual rate Life’s better AP ECONOMICS WRITER WASHINGTON — Sales of new seasonally adjusted annual rate of 530,000 units. That was less than drawing to a close, especially if a sweeping housing rescue 1.0 million things need homes fell in June for the seventh time in the past eight months, but half the decline that had been expected and the May perfor- package now pending in Con- gress can slow a flood of foreclo- 0.8 530,000 more respect the decline was less than had been expected, raising faint mance was revised up a bit. Even with the changes, new sures and spur sales to first-time home buyers. 0.6 hopes that the nation’s severe home sales were down by a sharp Analysts noted that not only A sound education and housing recession could be 33.2 percent from a year ago, was the overall decline in June our American free approaching a bottom. showing how severe the slump in from May less than expected but 0.4 J J A S O N D J F M A M J enterprise system The Commerce Department housing has become. sales were up in two of the four But some analysts said they 2007 2008 both deserve more real reported Friday that sales of new single-family homes dropped by saw cause for optimism that the SALES | P16 respect, not just the lip SOURCE: Department of Commerce AP service they usually get. Putting it another way, education and capitalism both need to be recognized as things that are good and Creative shopping Foreclosed valuable in themselves. As such, they need no further justification. homes But the conventional wisdom holds they’re good because they’re both per- r 4 more than ceived as ways of making lots of money. Not that there’s anything wrong with making lots of double By J.W. ELPHINSTONE money. But capitalism is AP BUSINESS WRITER good in and of itself NEW YORK (AP) — The number of because it creates prosperi- households facing the foreclosure ty through personal free- process more than doubled in the dom. And an education is second quarter compared to a year ago, good in and of itself according to data released Friday. Nationwide, 739,714 homes received at because you can’t hope to least one foreclosure-related notice be a civilized person with- during the quarter, or one in every 171 out understanding where U.S. households, Irvine, Calif.-based we’ve come from and where RealtyTrac Inc. said. That’s up 121 we’re going. percent from the second quarter of 2007. A couple of examples Soft housing sales, declining home might help here. values, tighter lending standards and a The one standard quote I F sluggish U.S. economy have left strapped repeat in nearly every homeowners with few options to avoid foreclosure. Many can’t find buyers or economic development AP PHOTO owe more than their home is worth and story is something like: “We The Pennington family from Colorado Springs, Colorado, view a stuffed animal exhibit at Cabela’s, a can’t refinance into an affordable loan. need to recruit more busi- sporting and hunting outfitting store outside Omaha, Neb., Thursday. Consumer spending is down and Foreclosure filings increased year-over- nesses into Charlotte Coun- gas prices are up. That’s bad math for the scores of destination retailers across the country that want year in all but two states, North Dakota ty so we can be building up customers to fill up the tank for a gas-guzzling day of retail therapy. From left: Johnny Pennington, 17, and Alabama. our tax base.” You could Alex Pennington, 7, James Pennington, Mary Pennington and Jayla Pennington, 22 months-old. Nevada, California, Arizona, and Florida continued to clock in the highest make the same argument about new homeowners. Retail chains trying to lure consumers back in foreclosure rates. One in every 43 Nevada By ASHLEY M. HEHER miles to reach the company’s Larry Whiteley says foot traffic households received a filing during the There’s nothing inaccu- quarter. rate about this statement. AP BUSINESS WRITER 50 locations and many are in stores is falling, but the known to drive up to 300 miles company hopes this weekend’s Cities in California and Florida But when you start thinking CHICAGO — Consumer each way to spend time at the events give customers more accounted for 16 of the worst 20 metro about it — really, really hard spending is down and gas prices are up. That’s bad math massive outdoor supercenters. than just one reason to make foreclosure rates. Stockton, Calif., had the — you’ll note that it incor- for the scores of destination But with the average price of the drive. worst rate, with one in every 25 homes in porates an assumption that retailers across the country a gallon of regular gas above “We’re teaching them how, the town receiving a foreclosure filing. might be unsettling to that want customers to fill up $4, getting even the most for less than $100, they can That’s nearly seven times the national anyone who values liberty. the tank for a gas-guzzling day devoted customer to make the have their own camping outfit average. “Building up our tax of retail therapy. trip is becoming increasingly and they can go to a lake or a RealtyTrac monitors default notices, So to cajole shoppers into difficult. campground or they can use it auction sale notices and bank reposses- base” implies that business sions. Banks took back more than stores, some of the nation’s That’s why the Springfield, in their own backyard,” he said. exists primarily to serve the Mo.-based chain is launching As gas prices rise and food 222,000 properties nationwide in the chains are changing marketing interests — and fill the strategies, launching in-store a slate of events this weekend, prices soar, the American second quarter, the company said. Bank coffers — of government. classes and drumming up offering outdoor skills work- shopper is scaling back: repossessions accounted for 30 percent Much the same could be other special events aimed at shops, s’mores-making, driving less, postponing major of total foreclosure activity, up from 24 said about homeowners, getting road-tripping shoppers scavenger hunts and foam purchases, putting off vaca- percent in the previous quarter. and their smaller contribu- to pump up sales. shooting competitions for tions, cutting back on their Mark Zandi, chief economist at tions to the public purse. Customers at Bass Pro shoppers. Shops drive an average of 100 Bass Pro Shops spokesman RETAIL | P17 HOMES | P16 Free enterprise functions through voluntary exchanges of goods and services. Government would break down without the threat of penalties for those Honda reports record first quarter profit By YURI KAGEYAMA Financial had forecast and a lift from equity- who won’t pay taxes. AP BUSINESS WRITER 131.3 billion yen ($1.2 related income from The next time some TOKYO — Honda billion) in quarterly Chinese affiliates added major business locates in Motor Co. reported profit. to a strong performance, our area, it would be nice if record profit for a fiscal Sales for the quarter y according to Honda. local officialdom could first quarter Friday as dipped 2.2 percent from Demand for Honda welcome it without too sales growth in new a year ago to 2.867 products is booming in much salivating over its markets offset the trillion yen ($26.79 Asia, Brazil and other potential profits. damage from a stronger billion), largely because new markets, making up Any successful business yen and soaring material the rising yen eroded the for declines in vehicle needs little justification costs. value of overseas earn- sales in the U.S., Europe because it couldn’t exist The results came a day ings. If the yen’s value and Japan, it said. without providing some after U.S. automaker had held at levels of a Honda was the only Ford Motor Co. reported year ago, sales would AP FILE PHOTO automaker to record product or service that its worst quarterly loss have jumped about 7 better U.S. sales in June people need. What it does ever. percent, Honda said. In this June 16, 2008 file photo, Honda Motor Co. for the local tax base is President Takeo Fukui steers a Honda FCX Clarity with compared with a year Honda, Japan’s No. 2 Riding on its reputa- ago, while others saw incidental. Canadian actress Laura Harris in the co-drivers’ seat automaker, earned a tion for making cars with Education gets underval- during the ceremony marking the start of the fuel cell sales plummet in the better-than-expected good mileage, the Tokyo- vehicle’s commercial production at a Honda plant in ued for similar reasons. “Go worst June for the 179.6 billion yen ($1.68 based manufacturer of Takanezawa, Tochigi Prefecture (state), north of Tokyo. industry in 17 years. to college, make something billion) in the April-June the Civic and Accord quarter, up 8.1 percent and rising steel prices. vehicles, up 1.7 percent Still, Honda lowered its of yourself,” was all I heard compacts has racked up from the same period Honda sold more on year. vehicle sales forecast for from the older generation solid results despite the fiscal year through when I was a teen. And just the previous year. worries among the vehicles worldwide than Cost-cutting, the Analysts surveyed by in any other fiscal first decrease of auto dis- March 2009 to 4.08 like the business-tax base world’s automakers Thomson about a U.S. slowdown quarter at 962,000 counts in North America HONDA | P17 connection, there’s nothing inaccurate in this state- .... ... ... . ..................... ..................... .................... . ment. J.W. ELPHINSTONE The problem is that it WALL STREET doesn’t capture the larger Renters move closer to save on gas Stocks end higher following readings truth. College was what we Nationwide, rents near job centers and mass transit are rising Wall Street ended a volatile week with uneven gains Friday faster than other areas. PAGE 17 after better-than-expected economic data. PAGE 18 FLISS | P17
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    • Saturday, July 26, 2008/ The Sun FROM PAGE FIFTEEN www.sun-herald.com D/E/N/C Front Page 17 Renters move closer to save on gas S ick of filling up the two-bedroom apartment, And some landlords are Renters there have been The suburban exodus is tank for sixty bucks? said Greg Neuman, owner giving out gas cards as gifts moving downtown for a “both a function of traffic Considering a place of Neuman & Neuman to new tenants and few years already as traffic and congestion, spiced up near work downtown and Prudential Realty. offering discounted backed up in and around by $4 a gallon gas,” said tossing the car keys? Young renters and empty parking to renters with South Florida. The city has J.W. John McIlwain, senior Prepare to pay higher rents nesters want to walk to hybrid cars. the sixth-worst commute work or drive against rush- fellow for housing at the as more like-minded ELPHINSTONE Looking for bargain rents in the country, according apartment dwellers flock hour traffic to save time Urban Land Institute. downtown? Try Miami, to Census data. to urban digs. and gas. where a glut of condos left “People wanted to get Americans spend more Nationwide, rents near If they live a half hour or about mass transit, what over from the housing more hours into their life,” than 100 hours of com- job centers and mass an hour away, “they could kind of services there are in boom are turning into Sasseville said. “That muting each year, but all- transit are rising faster than rent the same apartment the immediate area,” said rentals and flooding the started being an impact time-high gas prices of other areas, according to for $800,” Neuman said, Mike Beirne, Kamson’s right before gas prices over $4 a gallon are forcing market. Renters have more New York-based real estate “but they’re now spending started to increase.” executive vice president. choices and more power to Americans to change their research firm Reis Inc. The an hour commute and Some apartment owners negotiate deals. Now gas prices have smog-producing habits. trend is strongest in another $700 to $800 (a month) on gas.” are including maps on “Because landlords are become just another Already, they’ve cut back Boston, Philadelphia, their web sites and reason for renters to skip In urban New York and motivated, rents are sharply on driving overall. Cleveland, Chicago, Seattle, out on the suburbs and New Jersey, Kamson brochures showing where negotiable here,” said Paul If gas prices stay high, Baltimore and Minneapo- Corp.’s apartments are amenities and public Sasseville, a real estate settle down in the city. lis, and Portland, Ore. renters will need the And already in down- filling up and pushing transportation are located. agent at Esslinger Wooten Not surprisingly, many money they save on town San Diego, for rents higher, while its Others are advertising their Maxwell Inc. Some land- cities are also showing so-called walkability score lords, he said, will even increases in public transit dumping their cars to pay example, rents have suburban ones in Pennsyl- from walkscore.com, a web offer design changes, like ridership this year, accord- for that pricey apartment jumped 15 percent in the vania can’t hold on to tenants. site that calculates how swapping carpet for ing to the American Public by the subway. But they last year to between $2,400 and $2,600 a month for a “We’re finding people close an address is to hardwood floors, to lock in Transportation Association. can still feel good about asking more questions businesses and amenities. a tenant for two years. being green. FLISS: Life’s better things Food banks need more respect helping students FROM PAGE 15 read better than any- AP PHOTO ELAINE THOMPSON thing I tackled from a Low-income college students are called a “ticket punch- course syllabus back in increasingly turning to food stamps and er” in the Army — that 1978. food banks for help in the slumping is, an assignment that Capitalism is good economy. Many are single parents working you needed for further because it allows us to their way through school. Others are simply reluctant to ask their parents for more promotion, despite the make a livelihood money. fact that it offered few through personal Saad Hopkins, entering the University of intrinsic rewards. liberty. And a real Washington as a junior in the fall, gets After I graduated, I education is good groceries at the University District Food vowed I would never because it allows us to Bank, July 15, in Seattle. In the past year, the price of groceries has jumped nearly 5 venture into a class- become civilized percent and the costs of some staples like room again, nor take a through personal milk and bread—the core of a college test, nor read a book for liberty. diet—have shot up by more than 30 anything but pleasure. No further justifica- percent. That’s driving up demand at food I’ve kept my promise. tion should be banks and prompting some students to Today I read more and required. apply for food stamps. RETAIL: Retail chains trying to lure customers back in FROM PAGE 15 shopping expenses. That means those shop- business models requires shoppers to spend hours in a car. “Not only is it far away, so they’re still bundling shopping trips into fewer stops, sharing rides with friends for longer journeys and scrapping visits to other seeing probably a lift in store traffic,” she said. At the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., foot traffic is up, too — thanks Inc., whose stores routinely draw shoppers from three hours away. The Sidney, Neb.-based retailer known for its B usiness N pers who do make purchases it’s a gas-guzzling trip, are making them closer to they’re selling merchandise faraway destinations largely to the 1.5 million elaborate, one-of-a-kind home. that’s a purchase that can be altogether. international shoppers who stores is launching a new ame It’s a trend George postponed, and they’re the “I think everybody’s trying were lured to the mega-mall display advertising cam- Rosenbaum, co-founder of type of retailers where there’s to become a little more wise in the past year by the paign with a gas-saving Leo J. Shapiro and Associ- too much temptation,” she and savvy,” said Margot weakened U.S. dollar. theme, encouraging shop- ates, calls a retailing trans- said. “If you go into Ikea with Wallace, 50. But officials say they’re still pers worried about fuel A formation. nothing in mind, you come But not all destination changing their advertising prices to scrap in-store visits “Any store that has retailers are feeling the strategy, spending more for online or catalog orders. out hundreds of dollars later. significant dependence on squeeze. money in markets a day’s “We can hopefully direct This isn’t a time when people drawing traffic from more than 30 miles is going to are proud to be buying lots American Girl stores — veritable wonderlands for drive from the 520-store mall. They hope the targeted customers to those channels so they don’t have to fire up warness of stuff.” doll-loving girls and their campaigns offset any the car,” said spokesman Joe have pressure on it,” he said. Just ask John Wallace and parents — are seeing potential decrease in far- Arterburn, who said the WSL President Candace Corlett worries about what his wife Margot. The Oliviehain, Calif. increased traffic this sum- mer. Stephanie Spanos, a flung shoppers deterred by the high price of fuel. company is likely drawing fewer in-store shoppers from Coming kind of long-term effect the residents, who visited a changing shopping patterns Cabela’s sporting goods store spokeswoman for the dollmaker owned by Mattel “We’re always out there hustling to get the word out,” great distances. “Everyone is tightening their belt.” Soon!!! 348553 could have on the nation’s in Nebraska during a cross- Inc., attributed the increase said spokesman Daniel retailers — particularly those country road trip to see to the movie “Kit Kittridge: Jasper. “But we’ve been a such as Ikea, Cabela’s and family, say they can still An American Girl,” showing little more aggressive this far-flung outlet malls — afford the nearly $5-a-gallon in theaters nationwide. year, to be honest.” whose bricks-and-mortar gas in their hometown. 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    • Front Page 18 D/E/N/C BUSINESS NEWS The Sun / Saturday, July 26, 2008 Stocks end higher following readings By TIM PARADIS demand for defense Michigan index of con- for the week. illustrates tentativeness “If the consensus is AP BUSINESS WRITER equipment orders would sumer sentiment for the Bond prices moved behind some of the bets correct they’ll have little NEW YORK — Wall have been up only first part of July came in at lower as investors shifted investors are laying, said choice but to leave Street ended a volatile modestly. 61.2, while economists back into stocks. The yield Hugh Johnson, chairman interest rates unchanged,” week with uneven gains Another Commerce forecast a reading of 56.4. on the benchmark 10-year and chief investment he said referring to the Friday after better-than- Department report The report marked a slight Treasury note, which officer of Johnson Illing- difficulties Federal Reserve expected economic data showed that new home rebound from a 28-year- moves opposite its price, ton Advisors. He said the policymakers would have placated a market pum- sales dropped by a low last month. rose to 4.10 percent from market tends to react to in hiking rates to battle meled a day earlier by smaller-than-expected 0.6 The Dow Jones industri- 4.00 percent from late whatever the latest inflation without damag- concerns about housing percent. While it marked al average rose 21.41, or Thursday. headlines are. ing the economy. and the financial sector. the seventh decline in the 0.19 percent, to 11,370.69. The dollar was mixed “It’s just news sensitive Many financial stocks Financials drifted lower past eight months, it The Dow, which fluctuat- against other major and the real question is fell again Friday as on continued worries stirred some hope that the ed at times Friday, fell currencies, while gold ’What’s the next news investors worried about about the health of housing market could be more than 280 points prices rose. going to be? Good or bad?’ the health of their balance balance sheets, while a finding a bottom. Thursday. A barrel of light sweet That means that the sheets given the weakness surge in profits at Juniper Investors hit the sell Broader stock indicators crude fell $2.23 to settle at market doesn’t have a in the housing sector. Networks Inc. lifted button Thursday after a a also rose. The Standard & $123.26 on the New York trend or a direction. It Bank of America Corp. fell technology stocks. weak reading on existing Poor’s 500 index advanced Mercantile Exchange. Oil depends entirely on $1.06, or 3.5 percent, to The Commerce Depart- home sales. 5.22, or 0.42 percent, to prices have fallen more whether the news is going $29.58, while Wachovia ment reported that orders And there was good 1,257.76, and the technol- than $20 in recent weeks, to be good or bad on any Corp. fell $1.19, or 7.6 sent to factories for big- news about consumers, ogy-heavy Nasdaq com- alleviating some of Wall given day and that doesn’t percent, to $14.50. ticket manufactured whose shyness about posite index jumped Street’s concerns about the give you, as an investor, a Overseas, Japan’s Nikkei goods such as cars, spending has troubled 30.42, or 1.33 percent, to effect of inflation con- lot of confidence,” he said. stock average fell 1.97 appliances and machinery Wall Street because 2,310.53. sumers’ ability to spend. Johnson said the ride for percent. Britain’s FTSE 100 rose by 0.8 percent in consumer spending For the week, the Dow The stock market’s investors will likely remain fell 0.18 percent, Ger- June, the strongest gain in accounts for more than fell 1.09 percent and the volatility during the week uneven as Wall Street many’s DAX index slipped four months and well two-thirds of U.S. eco- S&P 500 lost 0.23 percent. — rallying Tuesday and awaits next Friday’s 0.06 percent, and France’s ahead of Wall Street’s nomic activity. The Friday’s tech rally left the Wednesday only to erase government employment CAC-40 advanced 0.67 expectations. But outside Reuters/University of Nasdaq up 1.22 percent those gains Thursday — report for July. percent. THE WEEKLY MARKET IN REVIEW NYSE AMEX NASDAQ HOW TO READ THE MARKET IN REVIEW INDEXES MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) Here are the 1085 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, the 52-Week Week Week 1 Year Name Vol (00) Last Wkly Name Vol (00) Last Wkly Name Vol (00) Last Wkly High Low Name Close Change Chg Chg% Chg% SP Fncl 13542723 20.80 +.13 910 most active on the Nasdaq National Market and 110 most active on the WA Mutl 9576224 3.84 -2.08 PwShs QQQ6882295 45.27 +.68 SPDR 12492609 125.48 -.57 14,198.10 10,827.71 Dow Jones Industrials 11,370.69 +21.41 -125.88 -1.09 -14.28 Wachovia 7672201 14.50 +1.53 Microsoft 3823520 26.16 +.30 American Stock Exchange. Mutual funds are 2,050 largest. iShR2K nya5383162 70.68 +1.80 5,536.57 4,032.88 Dow Jones Transportation 4,959.07 +13.77 -44.95 -.90 +8.50 BkofAm 6609584 29.58 +2.09 Intel 2737820 22.01 -.08 ProUltFin 3939804 20.62 +.22 52 wk Hi/Lo: High and low price over the last 52 weeks. 555.71 460.68 Dow Jones Utilities 479.30 -3.68 -14.10 -2.86 -10.00 Citigrp 6168110 18.85 -.50 Cisco 2539182 22.43 +.77 FannieMae4405159 11.55 -1.85 ProUShtFn2289367 132.14 -6.26 SiriusS 2192669 2.25 -.03 10,387.17 8,089.49 NYSE Composite 8,395.58 +25.67 -58.27 -.69 -13.81 Name: Stocks are listed alphabetically by the company’s full name (not its 2,562.20 2,058.88 AMEX Index 2,152.01 +27.64 +4.38 +.20 -10.69 GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) GAINERS ($2 OR MORE) abbreviation). Company names made up of initials appear at the beginning 2,861.51 2,155.42 Nasdaq Composite 2,310.53 +30.42 +27.75 +1.22 -12.89 Name Last Chg %Wkly Name Last Chg %Wkly 1,576.09 1,200.43 S&P 500 1,257.76 +5.22 -2.92 -.23 -14.34 Name Last Chg %Wkly of each letter’s list. 924.07 731.29 S&P Midcap 795.54 +3.44 -4.84 -.60 -7.30 US Shipg 3.33 +1.70 +104.3 GreenHtr n16.90 +5.10 +43.2 IndBkMI 7.39 +3.43 +86.6 Div: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock. 852.06 643.28 Russell 2000 710.34 +7.95 +17.26 +2.49 -7.27 Bluegreen 11.92 +5.65 +90.1 Gulfstrm n 2.00 +.44 +28.2 PhilCons 58.23 +24.24 +71.3 15,938.99 12,219.67 Wilshire 5000 12,837.10 +66.14 -6.41 -.05 -13.38 US Airwy 4.54 +1.67 +58.2 ADairy nya10.04 +1.86 +22.7 MarshlEd 2.24 +.92 +69.7 PE: Price to earnings ratio. AirTran 2.80 +.83 +42.1 OrleansH 4.25 +.75 +21.4 MechTch rs 3.82 +1.48 +63.2 IFC VI pf 12.50 +3.50 +38.9 Arhyth 5.80 +.95 +19.7 VlyNBc wt 4.00 +1.50 +60.0 PPE: Projected price to earnings ratio based on analysts’ forecasts of earnings for next 12 months. KEYS TO SUCCEED LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) LOSERS ($2 OR MORE) Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the week. Name Last Chg %Wkly Name Last Chg %Wkly Name Last Chg %Wkly “We make ourselves rich by making our wants few.” AssuredG 10.97 -7.27 -39.9 CanoPet 4.12 -1.31 -24.1 Crocs 4.95 -4.16 -45.7 Chg: Loss or gain for last day of week. No change indicated by unc. WA Mutl 3.84 -2.08 -35.1 Banro g 3.85 -1.11 -22.4 ArthroCr 21.78 -18.25 -45.6 YTD % Chg: Loss or gain for the year. No change indicated by unc. 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-2.61-20.5 80.00 46.32 Tidwtr 1.00f 9 8 57.89 -1.00 +5.5 50.39 26.50 Ventas 2.05 20 40 45.08 +1.73 -0.4 26.46 13.51 Worthgtn .68 13 10 17.49 +.31 -2.2 13.55 8.50 ProvET g1.44 ... ... 10.17 -.05 +1.7 53.65 12.35 SLM Cp ... dd 9 17.00 -.97 -15.6 86.55 55.00 StateStr .96f 17 13 70.57 +.75-13.1 57.34 32.84 Tiffany .68f 17 12 37.24 -2.40-19.1 17.75 3.75 VeraSun ... 16 21 6.20 +.08 -59.4 79.00 54.11 Wrigley 1.34 33 30 78.99 +.59+34.9 101.4554.70 Prudentl 1.15f 11 8 64.38 +2.71 -30.8 19.58 9.88 STMicro .09e cc ... 11.33 -.15 -20.8 43.31 23.68 StatoilHyd1.66e ... 8 31.13 -.08 +2.0 42.11 21.95 TW Cable ... 23 20 26.34 -1.57 -4.6 50.00 10.10 VeriFone lf ... dd 11 13.64 +.96 -41.3 56.85 38.39 Wyeth 1.12 14 13 45.45 -1.65 +2.9 32.97 19.14 Prud UK .72e ... ... 20.60 -.95 -28.1 67.65 41.09 Safeco 1.60 10 11 65.94 +.64 +18.4 28.97 9.00 Sterlite ... ... ... 13.00 -.92-50.1 20.63 13.50 TimeWarn.25 14 13 14.61 -.09-11.5 46.24 33.15 VerizonCm1.72b1812 34.45 -1.00 -21.1 38.73 14.62 Wyndham.16 9 7 17.48 +.63-25.8 52.30 38.66 PSEG s 1.29 14 13 41.32 -1.13 -15.9 36.00 25.20 Safeway .33f 12 11 25.93 +.31 -24.2 22.72 7.42 StillwtrM ... dd 10 9.96 -.25 +3.1 38.78 25.82 Timken .68 14 10 33.60 +4.92 +2.3 45.40 27.39 ViacomB ... ... ... 30.39 +.76 -30.8 83.67 14.61 XL Cap 1.52 cc 3 18.77 -1.11-62.7 98.01 65.66 PubStrg 2.20 25 29 81.97 -2.42 +11.7 48.49 36.90 StJude ... 24 19 46.66 -.39 +14.8 24.08 6.63 StratHotels.96 14 ... 7.76 +.70-53.6 36.50 10.26 TitanMet .30 9 10 10.89 +.06-58.8 45.48 18.02 VimpelC s.57e 22 ... 24.98 -2.22 -40.0 73.74 40.40 XTO En s .48 13 9 48.67 -7.54 -5.2 24.25 8.20 PulteH .16 dd ... 11.31 -.07 +7.3 65.58 31.20 StMaryLE .10 12 9 44.39 -2.88 +15.0 76.89 58.45 Stryker .33f 25 20 64.89 -.56-13.2 26.13 15.49 TollBros ... dd ... 19.42 +.50 -3.2 89.84 55.00 Visa n .42 ... 29 71.96 -1.44 +27.4 23.50 19.39 XcelEngy .95f 14 13 19.80 -.14-12.3 34.53 18.38 QuantaSvc ... 39 28 31.16 -1.83 +18.8 23.05 9.15 Saks ... 29 25 10.50 -.06 -49.4 70.60 39.67 Suncor gs .20 ... 10 53.90 -.72 -0.9 77.63 53.01 TorDBk g2.36 14 10 59.29 +.84-14.5 17.31 7.93 Vishay ... 28 8 8.53 -.11 -25.2 20.18 12.30 Xerox .17 21 10 13.55 -.15-16.3 MONEY AND METALS AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE 52 Wk YTD% 52 Wk YTD% 52 Wk YTD% Foreign Exchange Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Value Prev Value Todays $ Prev $ Value Prev Value Todays$ Prev $ 21.33 4.36 ApexSilv ... dd 39 5.51 +.42 -63.8 88.69 63.25 iSR1KV nya2.01e q ... 67.42 -.27 -16.0 72.18 25.82 ProUShtBM.73e q ... 35.32 +.78 -13.1 Country name Currency in dollars value in currency Country name Currency in dollars value in currency 29.88 4.14 BPZ Res ... dd 10 19.57 -1.81 +75.0 63.92 51.95 iSR1KG nya.57e q ... 53.73 -.11 -11.6 60.00 22.71 ProUltRE1.20e q ... 27.87 +.09 -19.2 Argent Peso .3315 .3315 3.0166 3.0166 Mexico Peso .099000 .099700 10.1010 10.0301 88.15 38.17 BarcGSOil ... q ... 73.43 -3.56 +30.8 85.78 65.78 iSRus1K nya1.35e q ... 68.84 -.19 -13.5 131.0869.54 ProUltO&G12.47e q ... 86.49 -6.18 -21.1 Australia Dollar .9569 .9572 1.0450 1.0447 N. Zealand Dollar .7431 .7414 1.3458 1.3488 118.0047.62 BrcIndiaTR ... q ... 58.98 +4.76 -39.7 82.20 57.64 iSR2KV nya1.25e q ... 66.33 +2.09 -5.9 69.80 14.08 ProUltFin .53e q ... 20.62 +.22 -50.4 Bahrain Dinar 2.6521 2.6521 .3771 .3771 Norway Krone .1939 .1931 5.1573 5.1787 9.40 3.59 CanoPet ... dd 11 4.12 -1.31 -40.2 91.33 68.05 iSR2KG nya.53e q ... 77.11 +1.38 -7.6 97.69 58.58 ProUSR2K1.34e q ... 73.43 -3.83 +4.4 Brazil Real .6357 .6333 1.5731 1.5790 Pakistan Rupee .0141 .0140 70.92 71.43 141.95108.32 DJIA Diam2.96e q ... 113.22 -1.84 -14.6 84.89 64.10 iShR2K nya.83e q ... 70.68 +1.80 -6.9 77.96 41.41 ProUltR2K1.24e q ... 49.67 +2.55 -18.0 Britain Pound 1.9893 1.9845 .5027 .5039 9.34 3.25 EldorGld g ... 66 20 7.88 -.03 +35.9 81.03 55.17 iShREst nya2.86e q ... 61.64 +.42 -6.2 Canada Dollar .9803 .9871 1.0201 1.0131 Peru New Sol .3529 .3518 2.834 2.843 4.55 1.62 GascoEngy ... dd 15 2.91 -.27 +46.2 30.63 11.94 iShDJHm nya.31e q ... 15.14 +.53 -14.1 159.6472.55 RegBkHT5.72r q ... 99.75 +2.58 -23.5 Philpins Peso .0227 .0226 44.05 44.25 128.5656.09 iShFnSv nya2.65e q ... 72.81 -.11 -28.7 126.8782.71 RetailHT 1.37e q ... 87.25 -1.36 -6.5 Chile Peso .002035 .002027 491.40 493.25 Poland Zloty .4894 .4865 2.04 2.06 4.38 2.16 GoldStr g ... dd 11 2.34 -.33 -25.9 China Yuan .1466 .1464 6.8213 6.8306 8.78 3.85 GranTra gn ... ... 11 5.75 -.10 +48.6 115.0557.41 iShFnSc nya2.28e q ... 70.11 +.14 -25.5 100.4463.47 SpdrGold nya... q ... 91.69 -2.48 +11.2 Russia Ruble .0427 .0427 23.4192 23.4192 57.03 26.83 iShDJBkr nya.30e q ... 33.04 +.10 -35.4 29.98 13.81 SpdrHome.32e q ... 16.98 -.03 -12.2 Colombia Peso .000560 .000562 1784.50 1778.50 9.65 4.85 GreyWolf ... 13 13 8.79 -.52 +64.9 Saudi Arab Riyal .2666 .2666 3.7509 3.7509 158.06100.00 iShEngy nya1.16e q ... 128.34 -4.49 -6.3 55.75 22.92 SpdrKbwBk1.77e q ... 31.40 +.50 -27.9 Czech Rep Koruna .0659 .0660 15.17 15.15 34.83 23.00 iSAstla nya1.28e q ... 25.70 +.21 -10.8 Singapore Dollar .7347 .7341 1.3611 1.3622 73.35 52.55 iShSPSm nya.37e q ... 61.12 +1.08 -6.0 86.54 58.36 SpdrWilRE3.27e q ... 66.62 +.85 -3.9 Denmark Krone .2103 .2098 4.7551 4.7664 102.2146.61 iShBraz nya1.83e q ... 77.40 -3.52 -4.1 Dominican RepPeso .0291 .0290 34.36 34.48 Slovak Rep Koruna .0516 .0515 19.38 19.42 89.68 50.43 iShDJOG nya.15e q ... 66.59 -4.65 +0.1 49.01 21.71 SpdrKbw RB1.60e q ... 28.83 +.02 -22.2 36.68 26.40 iSCan nya.51e q ... 30.86 -.76 -3.9 Egypt Pound .1882 .1882 5.3135 5.3135 So. Africa Rand .1318 .1301 7.5873 7.6864 36.71 28.01 iShGer nya1.67e q ... 29.18 -.21 -17.7 65.00 26.29 Invernss ... dd 13 31.65 +.28 -43.7 43.38 26.32 SpdrRetl .31e q ... 29.47 -.03 -12.2 Euro Euro 1.5696 1.5659 .6371 .6386 So. Korea Won .000993 .000993 1007.30 1007.50 24.29 15.21 iSh HK nya.63e q ... 17.02 +.45 -22.4 5.50 1.54 KodiakO g ... dd ... 3.24 -.15 +47.3 73.04 40.30 SpdrOGEx.14e q ... 53.51 -4.47 +2.9 Hong Kong Dollar .1282 .1282 7.8003 7.8003 Sweden Krona .1656 .1653 6.0386 6.0496 14.76 11.53 iShJapn nya.20e q ... 12.15 +.09 -8.6 56.87 32.76 MktVGold .75e q ... 44.30 -3.22 -3.3 96.09 49.17 SpdrMetM.42e q ... 75.48 -.87 +9.2 Hungary Forint .0067 .0067 149.25 149.25 Switzerlnd Franc .9643 .9643 1.0370 1.0370 59.58 36.28 MktVRus nya.11e q ... 44.73 -5.28 -12.2 40.27 26.54 SemiHTr .39r q ... 27.51 -2.21 -15.2 75.05 46.86 iSh Kor nya.98e q ... 51.21 +2.92 -20.9 66.20 40.19 MktV Agr n ... q ... 55.26 +.71 -3.8 157.52120.02 SPDR 2.81e q India Rupee .0237 .0237 42.194 42.194 Taiwan Dollar .0329 .0328 30.40 30.49 14.05 9.55 iSMalas nya.61e q ... 10.11 +.38 -20.6 ... 125.48 -.57 -14.2 Thailand Baht .02990 .02990 33.44 33.44 60.30 32.59 MkVCoal nya... ... ... 47.77 +1.52 +16.4 Indnsia Rupiah .000110 .000110 9120.00 9128.00 64.17 47.52 iShMex nya1.60e q ... 53.35 -2.07 -4.7 3.49 2.40 NthgtM g ... 14 6 2.57 -.27 -15.2 167.95130.12 SP Mid 1.62e q ... 144.33 -.77 -6.9 Israel Shekel .2881 .2866 3.4710 3.4892 Turkey Lira .8285 .8271 1.2070 1.2090 15.97 11.00 iShSing nya.64e q ... 12.48 +.14 -9.5 U.A.E. Dirham .2722 .2722 3.6738 3.6738 21.91 5.87 NovaGld g ... ... ... 8.28 -1.42 +1.5 46.54 34.63 SP Matls .91e q ... 39.16 -.42 -6.1 Japan Yen .009267 .009315 107.90 107.35 18.19 12.61 iSTaiwn nya.39e q ... 13.74 +.49 -8.6 228.75146.63 OilSvHT13.82e q ... 193.34 -8.06 +2.3 37.89 29.90 SP HlthC .54e q ... 31.98 +.28 -9.4 Jordan Dinar 1.4104 1.4114 .7090 .7085 Uruguay New Peso .0520 .0522 19.2308 19.1498 20.73 11.00 iShSilver s ... q ... 17.25 -.72 +17.4 6.95 3.00 Oilsands g ... dd ... 4.77 -.47 +16.9 29.77 24.38 SP CnSt .57e q ... 27.11 +.28 -5.9 Malaysia Ringgit .3076 .3074 3.2510 3.2531 Venzuel Bolivar .4657 .4657 2.1473 2.1473 73.57 55.11 iShSP100 cbo1.39eq ... 58.20 +.02 -15.4 84.10 65.93 PhmHTr 2.04e q ... 69.61 -.74 -12.0 39.88 25.93 SP Consum.46e q ... 28.40 -.25 -13.1 73.19 37.07 iShCh25 s nya1.26eq ... 45.51 +.16 -19.9 46.63 23.62 PwshDB .76e q ... 40.25 -1.74 +27.5 91.42 62.73 SP Engy .83e q ... 74.01 -2.72 -6.7 Money Rates 219.56111.21 iShCh25 nya3.77e q ... 141.59 +5.54 -16.9 43.50 24.58 PS Agri .45e q ... 36.02 -1.07 +9.2 37.25 16.77 SP Fncl .91e q Today Prev. ... 20.80 +.13 -28.1 Today Prev. Today Prev. 99.09 66.95 iShDJTr nya.84e q ... 89.43 -.18 +10.1 75.74 47.50 PrUShS&P1.90e q ... 69.24 +.62 +27.8 41.99 32.00 SP Inds .72e q ... 34.47 +.17 -12.0 Prime Rate 5.00 5.00 1-year 2.27 2.23 Eff. 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... 90.14 -.31 -3.1 122.0059.10 PrUShCh25.73e q ... 75.52 -1.28 -1.8 127.7651.76 US OilFd ... q ... 99.40 -4.75 +31.2 T-Bill, annualized, adjusted for Libor: Money market fund: 86.50 64.07 iS Eafe nya3.31e q ... 66.90 -.23 -14.8 106.2558.42 PrUltSEM n.76p q ... 84.82 +3.47 +16.1 78.26 60.00 VangTSM s1.34e q ... 63.04 -.06 -13.1 constant maturity: 3-month 2.79 2.79 91.95 56.83 iSSPMid nya.93e q ... 79.32 -.45 -6.6 151.9978.95 ProUShtRE1.59e q ... 95.18 -3.12 -14.1 76.69 53.19 VangREIT3.03e q ... 59.46 +.75 -3.3 1-year 2.21 2.25 6-month 3.11 3.10 Fidelity Cash Reserves: 89.00 69.59 iShNqBio .18e q ... 85.91 +3.57 +5.8 58.77 25.41 ProUShOG.66e q ... 36.05 +1.80 +0.2 58.93 38.86 VangEmg s.99e q ... 44.22 -.78 -15.2 T-Notes: FHLB Cost of Funds, 11th District: 7-day avg yld: 2.42 2.40 99.56 61.00 iShC&SRl nya3.41eq ... 76.29 +.60 -3.6 211.7571.56 ProUShtFn.79e q ... 132.14 -6.26 +32.3 98.50 65.85 VangMat1.28e q ... 84.02 -.83 -4.5 NASDAQ NATIONAL MARKET 52 Wk YTD% 52 Wk YTD% 52 Wk YTD% 52 Wk YTD% 52 Wk YTD% 52 Wk YTD% Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg chg A-B-C 43.07 16.38 Broadcom ... 39 14 23.37 -5.42-10.6 29.81 19.57 DiscHoldA ... dd 32 21.15 -.13-15.9 63.62 48.93 HSchein ... 22 17 53.39 -.86-13.0 30.61 20.70 MaxCapital.36 6 7 22.82 +1.21-18.5 43.05 13.45 PhNetDev ... dd 26 18.31 +1.51-53.3 31.89 11.96A-Power n ... ... 19 25.95 +.81+93.9 9.61 5.67 BrcdeCm ... 11 9 6.67 -1.60 -9.1 52.54 25.72 DishNetwk ... 9 12 28.38 -.06-16.4 39.47 20.00 HercOffsh ... 22 11 29.01 -2.27+22.0 18.23 6.41 Medarex ... dd ... 9.27 +.81-11.0 49.39 33.00 PharmPdt .40 27 19 38.13 -1.49 -5.5 21.06 9.70ADC Tel r ... ... 8 10.40 -3.24-33.1 18.69 11.21 BroncoDrl ... 13 11 17.28 +.27+16.4 44.13 20.72 DllrTree ... 17 15 36.44 -.45+40.6 28.74 12.30 Hibbett ... 20 17 19.97 -.80 -0.1 22.48 14.26 MediCo ... dd 31 21.12 +1.14+10.2 25.32 14.33 PhaseFwd ... 28 33 19.25 -.40-11.5 71.45 33.00AMAG Ph ... dd ... 37.58 +3.11-37.5 13.49 8.76 BrklneB .34a 39 28 9.44 -.59 -7.1 21.16 9.35 DressBarn ... 12 12 15.01 +.92+20.0 6.29 3.18 HimaxTch.55e 6 ... 4.00 -.33 -6.3 16.15 2.69 MedisTech ... dd ... 3.51 +.04-77.3 59.10 29.62 PhilCons ... 15 15 58.23+24.24 23.99 9.56APP Phm ... cc ... 23.26 -.01 19.87 7.57 BrooksAuto ... 17 35 8.12 -.53-38.5 131.3446.21 DryShips .80 5 5 74.92 -1.94 -3.2 36.44 20.15 Hologic s ... dd 17 23.61 -.36-31.2 19.09 5.90 MelcoCrwn ... 25 ... 6.83 +.18-40.9 +48.0 +126.5 16.66 6.30 BrukerCp ... 46 18 11.99 +.15 -9.8 22.80 2.08 ETrade ... dd ... 3.09 -.57-13.0 50.08 15.12 Home Inns ... ... ... 15.67 -.58-56.0 16.50 7.51 MentGr ... cc 11 13.89 -1.39+28.8 15.39 4.41 PhotrIn ... dd 13 4.59 -1.66-63.2 35.97 21.53 ASML Hld.39p ... 11 22.89 -.64-26.8 79.50 28.35 Bucyrus s .10 31 20 67.99 +7.18+36.8 40.73 23.52 eBay ... 65 13 25.40 +1.42-23.5 26.14 9.04 HorsehdH n ... 5 9 11.34 +1.07-33.2 81.17 21.00 MercadoL n ... ... 47 33.00 -.72-55.3 19.00 2.95 PinnaclA ... 5 3 5.73 +.83-62.4 35.38 22.01 ATMI Inc ... 17 15 22.92 -.36-28.9 43.85 18.25 BuffaloWW ... 25 18 28.65 +1.10+23.4 20.72 12.11 EPIQ Sys ... 47 19 13.75 -2.14-21.0 10.91 3.90 HotTopic ... 18 15 6.31 +.07 +8.4 37.00 21.41 MeridBio .56 37 30 26.28 +2.32-12.6 32.47 17.78 Plexus ... 15 15 30.24 +1.48+15.2 57.58 26.54 ATP O&G ... 15 5 29.35 -1.14-41.9 28.11 20.21 CA Inc .16 25 15 23.41 -.32 -6.2 18.85 8.53 eResrch ... 41 24 14.62 +1.00+23.7 37.97 22.63 HubGroup ... 23 21 37.71 +1.08+41.9 20.24 10.89 MeritMed ... 33 23 19.62 +.28+41.2 36.25 19.47 Polycom ... 28 13 22.98 +1.77-17.3 2.75 1.36 ATS Med ... dd ... 2.59 +.19+17.2 42.74 18.93 CBRL Grp .72 8 8 24.13 +1.91-25.5 19.46 7.32 ev3 Inc ... dd ... 10.38 +.48-18.3 19.78 11.52 HudsCity .48f 24 16 17.09 -1.30+13.8 33.20 19.74 Methanx .62 9 12 28.04 +2.55 +1.6 38.48 16.50 Pool Corp .52f 18 15 21.91 +2.83+10.5 40.00 17.54 Abaxis ... 36 24 20.07 -2.44-44.0 9.62 2.24 CDC Cp A ... dd 18 2.58 -.17-47.0 36.24 17.50 EagleBulk2.00 22 11 29.19 +.38 +9.9 11.95 4.74 HumGen ... dd ... 7.12 +1.00-31.8 13.79 4.79 Micrel .14 21 17 9.53 +.07+12.8 14.91 4.95 Popular .64 dd 14 6.67 -.22-37.1 30.89 15.47 Acergy .21e 19 9 15.73 -1.31-28.4 67.36 45.01 CH Robins.88 25 21 49.81 -7.29 -8.0 10.16 5.90 ErthLink ... dd 5 8.94 +.72+26.4 38.58 23.28 HuntJB .40 25 20 36.35 -.37+31.9 41.37 26.22 Microchp1.35f 22 18 31.38 -.73 -0.1 35.03 21.40 PwrIntg n ... 32 16 27.58 -4.88-19.9 16.59 4.05 AcmePkt h ... 15 15 4.79 -.10-62.0 14.14 6.40 CKX Inc 1.03t 39 ... 7.84 +1.33-34.7 38.60 6.77 EstWstBcp.40 5 12 10.92 +.58-54.9 20.27 4.37 HuntBnk .53 64 6 7.00 -.03-52.6 37.49 26.33 MicrosSys s ... 27 20 32.00 +1.15 -8.8 55.07 40.55 PwShs QQQ.15eq ... 45.27 +.68-11.6 35.19 15.80 AcordaTh ... dd ... 34.68 +3.98+57.9 714.48282.00 CME Grp4.60a 22 19 368.83+36.16-46.2 26.34 17.07 Eclipsys ... 29 22 21.10 +1.09-16.6 33.50 16.85 IAC Inter ... dd 10 17.78 -.09-34.0 30.00 18.60 MicroSemi ... 55 16 25.70 -.06+16.1 7.64 2.12 Powrwav ... dd 17 4.30 +.04 +6.7 38.56 16.94 ActivsnBlz ... 33 25 35.44 -1.80+19.3 18.40 9.66 CMGI rs ... 20 ... 12.39 +1.31 -5.3 61.62 43.13 ElectArts ... dd 25 47.73 -.73-18.3 64.68 46.71 IdexxLab s ... 32 24 50.40 -2.78-14.0 37.50 23.19 Microsoft .44 14 12 26.16 +.30-26.5 43.44 3.70 PrfdBkLA .40 2 3 5.56 -.03-78.6 26.25 8.66 Acxiom .24 dd 15 11.90 +.51 +1.4 27.26 10.49 CSG Sys ... 11 11 17.70 +2.76+20.2 15.90 4.60 Emcore ... dd 14 4.85 -.02-68.3 10.44 6.35 iGateCp ... 21 14 9.24 +1.84 +9.1 6.88 2.60 Microtune ... 56 13 3.36 +.60-48.5 65.46 43.00 PriceTR .96 23 21 56.62 +1.88 -7.0 3.95 2.34 Adaptec ... dd ... 3.74 +.44+10.7 12.54 5.41 CV Thera ... dd ... 9.30 +.46 +2.8 32.23 14.83 EncorW .08 12 12 18.69 -3.06+17.4 31.11 23.30 IPCHold .88 5 6 29.95 +1.42 +3.7 4.89 1.00 MiddleBrk ... dd ... 2.05 +.05+70.8 144.3459.50 priceline ... 24 16 100.53 -4.11-12.5 48.47 30.70 AdobeSy ... 30 19 40.90 -1.08 -4.3 13.00 7.12 CVB Fncl .34 14 12 10.79 +.19 +4.4 34.75 22.62 EndoPhrm ... 14 10 24.69 -.50 -7.4 24.48 10.26 IconixBr ... 10 9 11.60 +.15-41.0 33.89 22.25 MillerHer .35 10 9 24.78 -.98-23.5 38.74 20.41 PrivateB .30 dd 51 29.12 +.52-10.8 28.72 17.17 Adtran .36 19 16 22.81 -.12 +6.7 22.99 6.90 Cadence ... 12 6 7.35 -2.96-56.8 50.50 9.26 EnerNOC ... dd ... 17.59 -1.98-64.2 92.87 40.08 Illumina ... cc 58 93.17 +6.92+57.2 127.4066.00 Millicom 2.40e 16 12 78.38-18.65 - 36.00 21.96 ProspBcsh.50 14 14 30.30 +.42 +3.1 23.89 9.50 AdvEnId ... 28 18 13.79 +.31 +5.4 40.75 13.88 Cal-Maine.83e 7 ... 37.39 -.57+40.9 83.33 20.47 EngyConv ... dd 39 62.87 -4.15+86.8 49.18 30.34 Imclone ... dd 33 46.37 +1.22 +7.8 33.5 33.50 4.52 PrvBksh .44 dd 11 9.26 +1.46-56.7 30.49 6.01 AdvantaB .85 5 14 7.38 +.21 -8.6 21.00 9.32 CalifPizza ... 25 16 12.86 +.20-17.4 7.93 3.50 EngyXXI n ... 22 8 5.00 -.16 -3.1 39.96 17.30 Immucor ... 30 30 30.35 +2.23-10.7 30.61 20.65 Molex .45 22 14 24.27 -.01-11.1 40.71 27.17 PsychSol ... 24 16 36.75 +1.18+13.1 11.20 5.05 AehrTest ... 4 4 4.95 -2.09-18.9 51.80 6.50 CdnSolar ... 39 9 28.27 -3.05 +0.4 11.80 6.11 Entegris ... 24 15 6.63 -.12-23.2 4.29 1.92 Imunmd ... dd ... 2.49 -.18 +7.3 17.09 4.58 Momenta ... dd ... 16.02 +.88 23.83 16.07 QIAGEN ... 61 22 20.17 -.38 -4.2 29.29 9.07 Affymetrix ... 9 15 7.61 -2.82-67.1 4.42 .91 CpstnTrb ... dd ... 2.96 -.60+81.6 10.36 6.31 EnzonPhar ... 6 ... 7.56 +.16-20.7 12.83 4.75 Incyte ... dd ... 9.08 +.38 -9.7 +124.4 19.19 11.46 Qlogic ... 23 15 18.78 +2.18+32.3 59.50 22.47 AirMeth ... 13 10 27.16 -2.49-45.3 12.62 5.78 Cardiom g ... ... ... 11.20 +.31+25.6 14.96 6.60 EpicorSft ... 13 6 6.85 -.53-41.9 14.12 2.52 IndBkMI .04m 17 12 7.39 +3.43-22.2 27.50 14.64 MonPwSys ... 56 18 22.53 -1.67 +4.9 54.51 35.17 Qualcom .64 27 22 54.45 +9.26+38.4 49.76 25.06 AkamaiT ... 49 17 32.08 -1.47 -7.3 36.09 11.57 CareerEd ... 34 25 17.07 +2.18-32.1 121.1357.26 Equinix ... cc 63 93.84 +1.24 -7.2 27.12 7.79 Infinera ... 18 ... 10.88 +2.21-26.7 41.49 17.10 MonstrWw ... 18 10 17.77 -.83-45.2 3.22 .37 QuantFuel ... dd ... 2.20 +.02 16.80 4.00 AkeenaS n ... dd ... 4.38 -.08-45.0 76.30 34.51 Carrizo ... cc 14 51.85 -6.38 -5.3 20.98 8.52 EricsnTel s.42e ... ... 10.97 -1.04 -6.0 19.31 13.24 Informat ... 26 18 15.57 -.25-13.6 23.29 9.64 MorgHtl ... dd ... 13.29 +.39-31.1 +349.9 8.19 3.14 Akorn ... dd 40 4.87 +.46-33.7 31.39 19.97 Caseys .30f 15 16 24.67 +1.44-16.7 33.25 15.51 Euronet ... 25 11 17.78 +1.13-40.7 55.80 32.65 InfosysT .79e 18 ... 38.30 -.12-15.6 3.98 1.62 Move Inc ... dd 67 2.63 +.34 +7.3 18.87 12.14 QuestSft ... 25 13 14.92 -.12-19.1 40.52 9.75 CathayGen.42 6 8 15.61 -.09-41.1 18.85 7.52 EvrgrSlr ... dd 53 8.77 -.36-49.2 35.69 10.44 Innophos .68 96 7 24.98 -3.85+67.9 29.21 9.70 MultiFnElc ... 34 19 27.19 +2.57+56.8 6.60 .21 Questcor ... 8 ... 4.84 -.02-16.1 16.48 10.64 AlaskCom .86 4 26 12.31 +.41-17.9 12.29 4.64 Exelixis ... dd ... 6.67 +.52-22.7 23.99 5.30 InnovSol ... dd ... 5.61 -.77-42.1 59.42 41.00 AlexBld 1.26 11 13 42.94 -2.01-16.9 35.60 13.57 CaviumNet ... cc 28 16.75 +.19-27.2 63.10 34.35 MyriadGn ... dd 50 64.00 +3.82+37.9 21.07 12.95 Quidel ... 37 29 20.56 +1.47 +5.6 17.00 10.86 CeleraGrp ... dd 87 13.12 +.12-17.3 19.66 5.17 ExideTc ... 45 11 14.99 +.31+87.4 28.40 10.48 Insight ... 9 9 13.19 +1.49-27.7 5.07 3.01 NABI Bio ... 6 ... 5.22 +.94+44.6 7.46 2.52 RF MicD ... 77 13 3.06 -.15-46.4 80.15 49.26 Alexion ... dd ... 80.99 +6.14 +7.9 35.28 16.85 Expedia ... 18 11 17.96 -1.23-43.2 7.27 2.89 InspPhar ... dd ... 3.89 -.09-34.9 29.71 9.65 AlignTech ... 25 24 11.52 +.07-30.9 75.44 41.26 Celgene ... dd 37 74.54 +3.69+61.3 40.99 12.41 NETgear ... 11 9 15.39 +1.31-56.9 11.85 7.02 RTI Biolog ... dd 29 8.41 +.30 -3.1 4.67 1.78 CellGens ... dd ... 3.27 +.21+42.2 54.46 36.39 ExpdIntl .32f 29 23 37.14 -7.07-16.9 23.09 7.36 Insteel .12 9 10 16.33 +1.46+39.2 90.43 28.71 NII Hldg ... 21 16 55.46 +9.16+14.8 6.84 4.17 RAM Egy ... ... 9 4.63 -.37 -7.8 18.78 10.32 Alkerm ... 5 ... 15.35 +.91 -1.5 10.51 4.19 CentlCom ... 44 17 7.08 +.32-23.8 79.10 47.63 ExpScripts ... 28 20 67.14 +4.32 -8.0 16.64 6.94 IntgDv ... 56 11 10.11 -.16-10.6 38.74 15.89 AllegiantT ... 19 20 21.97 -2.01-31.6 6.36 3.45 NPS Phm ... 33 ... 5.27 +.28+37.6 26.41 12.05 Rambus ... dd ... 16.17 -.22-22.8 77.48 36.05 CentEuro ... 21 20 68.99 -1.38+18.8 4.46 2.50 ExtrmNet ... 98 11 2.93 +.10-17.2 27.99 18.05 Intel .56 18 16 22.01 -.08-17.4 17.88 9.08 NaraBncp .11 10 10 10.12 -.33-13.3 56.28 20.83 Randgold.12e 81 ... 48.56 -1.62+30.8 9.10 3.92 AllosThera ... dd ... 9.26 +1.11+47.2 126.5375.38 CEurMed ... 34 18 83.00 +5.03-28.4 18.99 10.00 Ezcorp ... 18 12 17.84 +.36+58.0 35.93 20.25 InteractBrk ... 22 12 26.03 -7.69-19.5 28.08 8.67 Allscripts ... 48 20 13.08 +.16-32.6 50.47 22.76 NasdOMX ... 7 13 28.84 +1.35-41.7 7.95 5.07 RealNwk ... 91 ... 7.26 +.37+19.2 80.52 38.92 CentAl ... dd 8 53.92 +.50 ... 46.94 17.70 F5 Netwk s ... 40 28 31.70 -.75+11.2 31.38 16.47 InterDig ... cc 31 20.13 +1.72-13.7 29.70 10.26 NatCineM .60 23 17 12.54 +.77-50.3 44.50 22.55 RedRobin ... 13 11 24.43 -.13-23.6 37.35 21.98 AlnylamP ... dd ... 32.02 +.67+10.1 81.35 56.20 Cephln ... dd 15 73.05 ... +1.8 53.25 13.00 FCStone s ... 14 10 19.16 +.47-58.4 20.06 11.04 Intrface .12 12 9 11.82 -.48-27.6 5.45 1.45 AltairNano ... dd ... 2.34 +.29-44.7 10.83 2.20 NatlCoal ... dd ... 6.28 +.88+12.9 25.25 13.29 Regenrn ... dd ... 19.00 +1.99-21.3 33.36 14.27 Cepheid ... dd ... 17.65-10.68-33.0 34.46 19.79 FEI Co ... 21 22 25.72 +.66 +3.6 24.94 11.72 InterMune ... dd ... 17.09 +.90+28.2 19.87 11.02 NatPenn .68 10 10 13.35 -1.10-11.8 26.17 11.67 RentACt ... 17 10 23.93 -.11+64.8 26.24 16.21 AlteraCp lf .20 22 17 21.53 +.01+11.4 84.35 27.77 Ceradyne ... 9 9 43.55 +.55 -7.2 45.49 20.61 FLIR Sys s ... 38 28 39.82 -5.28+27.2 26.05 18.25 IntlBcsh .66 12 ... 23.24 +1.42+11.0 101.0961.20 Amazon ... 57 41 78.31 +9.19-15.5 24.19 13.87 NatusMed ... 50 29 23.57 +.92+21.8 22.75 6.68 RepubAir ... 4 4 8.53 +1.24-56.5 21.89 6.07 CeragonN ... 11 12 8.10 +.41-18.1 15.50 5.51 FalconStor ... 25 14 6.87 +.87-39.0 35.00 21.05 Intersil .48 17 13 23.86 -1.26 -2.5 10.50 3.01 NektarTh ... dd ... 4.91 +.76-26.8 148.1361.54 RschMot s ... 43 26 117.43 +4.58 +3.6 28.17 3.09 AmcorF .74 dd ... 5.47 +.74-75.9 66.17 36.60 Cerner ... 26 19 45.84 +.61-18.7 52.94 32.27 Fastenal .54f 27 23 48.31 -.98+19.5 11.03 5.10 Intervoice ... 35 24 8.16 +.05 +2.1 63.92 34.27 Amedisys ... 24 19 61.63 -.13+27.0 18.18 9.55 NetServic.01e 34 ... 12.75 -.26 +6.4 34.74 15.39 ResConn1.25e 22 19 22.99 +.12+26.6 24.20 12.05 CharlRsse ... 9 8 12.73 -4.16-21.2 112.2884.64 FidNasdIdx.81e q ... 90.80 +1.17-12.6 15.66 10.40 Interwoven ... 26 17 13.84 +.91 -2.7 40.26 20.15 NetLogic ... cc 20 33.15 -.89 +3.0 5.52 2.90 Rewards ... 25 19 4.33 +.55-12.9 46.13 15.83 AmCapLtd4.12f 5 7 21.24 +.13-35.6 11.00 4.01 ChrmSh ... dd 42 5.10 +.18 -5.7 41.17 8.96 FifthThird.60m 16 11 13.72 +.19-45.4 33.10 25.08 Intuit ... 17 15 27.34 -.67-13.5 26.56 8.31 ACmclLin ... 11 12 10.21 +.27-37.1 32.38 19.00 NetApp ... 29 16 24.60 +1.41 -1.4 29.92 7.55 RexEnergy ... dd 90 18.10 -3.13+51.7 82.17 55.68 Chattem ... 19 14 63.18 +3.34-16.4 11.60 1.48 FinLine .12 dd 17 10.61 +.66 359.59185.10 IntSurg ... 69 51 322.07+33.58 -0.3 25.70 13.45 Netease ... ... 14 22.87 +2.00+20.6 31.00 6.64 RigelPh ... dd ... 24.00 -.64 -5.5 22.18 11.89 AmerMed ... 64 19 14.79 -.45 +2.3 26.79 20.00 ChkPoint ... 16 12 23.17 -.90 +5.5 +338.4 46.49 23.35 inVentiv ... 18 12 24.71 +.32-20.2 47.53 15.51 AmSupr ... dd ... 35.25 -.65+28.9 40.90 15.62 Netflix ... 27 19 27.85 +.75 +4.6 52.81 10.84 Riverbed ... cc 27 17.13 +1.77-35.9 28.24 14.41 Cheesecake... 15 12 14.01 -2.64-40.9 25.33 7.54 FstCashFn ... 20 14 18.80 -.09+28.1 15.80 11.46 InvBncp ... 96 54 14.35 -.16 +1.5 13.07 4.00 Neurcrine ... dd ... 4.86 -.01 +7.0 29.65 15.45 RosettaR ... 11 10 24.02 +.49+21.1 22.35 5.72 Amrign ... 23 18 7.47 +.01-64.7 42.59 14.92 ChildPlace ... dd 18 37.82 -1.65+45.9 36.62 13.56 FMidBc 1.24 13 10 20.05 +.82-34.5 49.58 35.12 Invitrogn s ... 23 17 43.53 +3.22 -6.8 7.59 2.88 Nextwave ... dd ... 3.63 +.30-32.5 40.18 21.23 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30.60 9.68 ValueClick ... 16 14 11.06 +.86-49.5 24.56 15.26 WernerEnt.20 26 22 23.42 -.40+37.5 53.99 11.80 Zumiez ... 16 13 13.85 -.47-43.1 48.03 8.18 Synchron ... 16 19 11.60 +.70-67.3 +111.5 33.0 20.21 2.70 VandaPhm ... dd ... 3.36 -.13-51.2 61.49 35.50 WAmBcp1.40 18 16 50.85 +1.64+14.1 15.23 7.51 ZymoGen ... dd ... 8.61 +.08-26.2 MUTUAL FUNDS 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn HOW TO READ THE MUTUAL FUNDS Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn AIM Funds A: Ariel Investments: IntEqZ 14.59 ... -12.2 Dupree Mutual: Goldman Sachs C: MtgBacked 10.36 -.03 +5.6 GvScA 9.51 +.01 +6.9 GlSmMCGr p19.72 -.05 -17.2 Apprec 38.25 +.45 -18.8 KYTF 7.39 -.03 +3.3 Name: Name of mutual fund and family. GrIStrC p 11.56 -.07 -10.5 Janus : IntlGrth 16.72 -.09 -13.0 GrAllA 13.63 -.04 -8.8 AIM Institutional: Ariel n 37.49 +.85 -27.2 EVTxMgEmI 46.41 +.05 -5.8 NAV: Net asset value, or price at which fund could be sold, GrthStrC p 12.59 -.09 -14.1 Balanced n 23.96 +.06 -1.6 IntlStkZ n 15.15 +.05 -16.5 for last day of the week. IntNwDA 21.37 ... -15.7 IntlGrowth 27.93 +.09 -14.1 Artisan Funds: Eaton Vance Cl A: Goldman Sachs Inst: Contrarian 16.24 +.06 -13.5 IntlValZ 17.18 +.02 -15.3 Chg: Weekly net change in the NAV. 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NA - No information available. NE - MidCapVal 32.47 -.59 -12.7 GrthInc n 30.35 -.15 -18.9 ValueA 23.08 -.01 -13.0 EuroGro p 35.57 -.29 -16.5 AssetMark Fds: GrIndiaFd t 20.87+1.09 -22.2 Data in question. NN - Fund does not wish to be tracked. NS - SD Gov 9.96 -.02 +7.6 MdCpVlInst 21.45 -.02 -6.8 MFS Funds B: IntlGrow 27.50 +.09 -14.4 CrPlFxIn p 8.84 -.03 +1.4 MarsGrPrZ 19.66 +.03 -10.9 MarInOppZ r 13.45 +.01 -9.5 NatLtdMM 9.87 -.06 ... Fund did not exist at start Saturday, April 1, 2006. SmCapVal 34.82 +.77 -10.3 MidCapVal 21.28 -.03 -7.1 TotRB n 13.74 -.02 -9.6 LrgCpGrA t 11.40 -.02 -7.9 IntEq p 11.15 -.11 -15.7 NatlMun 10.25 -.13 -7.4 Source: Lipper, Inc. and The Associated Press StruLgVa 11.12 -.08 -22.5 Orion 11.88 +.08 +.3 ValueB 22.95 -.01 -13.5 MdCpCrEq p 22.91 +.25 -3.7 LgCpGr p 8.81 -.02 -12.4 MidCapGr Z 24.05 -.39 -3.9 MidCpIdxZ 10.79 -.07 -9.4 Strat Income Cl A 7.77 ... 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5.72 -.03 +4.6 TxMgDivInco x 11.47 -.22 FourInOne n 27.10 -.01 -11.9 GrowthA p 40.73 +.48 -11.4 ValuEqGS4 14.19 -.08 -22.0 Forty 39.43 +.55 +13.4 MFS Funds Instl: SummitP p 13.44 -.05 -5.8 LrgCapStk 8.60 -.09 -14.0 StrInvZ 17.84 -.12 -9.6 GNMA n 10.73 +.03 +6.4 HY TFA px 9.99 -.06 -2.5 IntlEqty n 18.15 +.11 -9.1 -16.5 HlSIntlGR rn 17.34 -.15 -12.2 IntlGrowth r 58.07+1.01 -3.9 AMF Funds: MidCapStk 11.08 -.23 -9.6 TaxExmptZ 12.95 -.11 +1.1 Evergreen A: GovtInc n 10.30 ... +7.9 HiIncoA 1.91 +.01 +.7 Harbor Funds: Janus Aspen Instl: MainStay Funds A: UltShrtMtg 8.58 -.08 -6.5 NatlIntMuni 12.76 -.08 +3.4 TotRetBd Cl Z 9.10 -.01 AstAllA p 13.39 +.03 -7.7 GroCo n 75.86 -.10 -2.8 IncoSerA p 2.30 -.01 -7.8 Bond 11.71 +.09 +8.5 Balanced 26.28 +.07 -1.6 HiYldBdA 5.79 +.02 -2.0 AcadEm n 26.11 -.28 -10.0 PAIntmMuni 12.28 -.08 +2.7 +.2 BalanA 8.25 -.10 -7.9 GroInc 21.41 +.10 -25.4 InsTFA px 11.73 -.08 +1.3 CpAppInv p 32.97 +.40 -6.9 FlexBond n 39.15 +.61 +14.0 MainStay Funds B: AdvisorOne : 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29.69 -.32 -13.9 GovBond 10.18 -.03 +7.2 AffildB p 11.53 -.07 -19.7 AMgr70 14.99 -.09 -12.2 1st Source Monogram: Intl 15.12 -.05 -17.8 HiYldBond 7.49 +.02 HiYFxInc n 7.13 +.01 -2.4 AmcapB t 15.82 +.01 -17.2 Columbia Class C: Dreyfus 8.62 -.07 -14.3 IncEqR x 13.95 -.08 -8.2 -1.9 BdDbB p 7.41 ... -1.1 AMgr20 nr 11.79 -.02 -2.5 Goldman Sachs A: IntTaxEx n 10.00 -.06 +3.4 AmMutlB t 24.89 -.06 -15.5 Acorn t 23.56 +.06 -14.2 DreyMid r 26.43 -.16 -9.7 Firsthand Funds: IntBondI n 10.33 -.01 +5.7 Lord Abbett C: Balanc 17.39 -.19 -10.3 CapGrA 21.89 +.04 -8.6 IntmdTFBd n 10.55 -.04 IntlEqIdx r ... -13.9 BalanB t 17.07 -.03 -10.3 21CentryC t 12.95 -.06 -13.3 Drey500In t 35.73 -.08 -15.8 eCommrce nr3.77 +.02 -18.2 +4.4 AffildC p 11.50 -.07 -19.7 BlueChipGr 38.77 +.09 -10.4 CoreFixA 9.06 -.08 -2.2 IntlValSel 15.85 -.02 IntGrEq n 10.16 -.06 -11.5 BondB t 12.28 -.04 -2.2 MarsGroC p 17.94 +.01 -11.9 GrInc n 13.62 -.11 -13.5 Tech Value n 36.87 -.41 -15.4 -15.0 BdDbC p 7.42 +.01 -.9 Columbia Class Z: CA 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    • Saturday, July 26, 2008 / The Sun BUSINESS NEWS D/E/N/C Front Page 21 MUTUAL FUNDS 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo 12 mo Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn HYMuniBd 18.76 -.14 -11.4 HiYld n 8.81 +.03 +.1 NwHrzn n 27.53 +.45 -12.2 RS Funds: PremierI nr 17.61 -.09 -.2 Selected Funds: CoreBond 12.11 +.02 +4.6 ITCoAdmrl 9.33 -.01 +3.3 TotlIntl n 17.12 -.04 -13.1 Oakmark Funds I: LowDur n 9.93 +.02 +6.5 NewInco n 8.86 +.01 +5.6 CoreEqtyA 40.25 -.32 -4.2 TotRetI r +.09 -11.2 AmerShsD 40.77 -.80 -16.2 11.98 InstLgGwth p 6.39 ... -10.0 LtdTrmAdm 10.81 -.02 +5.0 TotStk n 30.71 -.02 -14.5 EqtyInc r 26.42 -.19 +2.1 LTUSG n 10.62 -.11 +8.5 OverSea SF r9.17 -.04 -16.2 CoreEqVIP 36.46 -.29 -3.9 ValuSvc t -.16 -4.2 AmShsS p 40.69 -.80 -16.5 10.98 IAstAll IH 10.46 -.02 -6.6 LTGrAdml 8.34 -.03 -.5 Value n 21.55 -.08 -21.0 GlobalI r 21.24 +.26 -15.3 ModDur n 10.00 +.07 +8.0 PSBal n 17.55 +.05 -7.5 RSNatRes np 36.17 -2.21 ValPlusSvc +.04 -14.6 Seligman Group: 12.80 InstCoreBd p 10.23 +.02 +5.0 LTsryAdml 11.23 -.05 +9.5 Vanguard Instl Fds: Intl I r 17.28 +.22 -24.1 RERRStg r 5.66 +.01 -.6 PSGrow n 21.89 +.07 -11.4 +4.9 Russell Funds S: ComunA t 34.42 -.33 -8.2 InstIntlEq p 8.22 +.01 -17.7 LT Adml n 10.80 -.07 +2.4 BalInst n 20.10 -.01 -6.6 IntlSmCp r 12.64 +.05 -30.1 RealReturn 11.50 -.14 +12.4 PSInco n 14.69 +.04 -3.5 RSPartners 28.72 +.25 -14.7 DivEq 41.53 -.13 -13.7 CommunC t 29.11 -.28 -8.9 InstLgVal p 9.93 -.07 -24.0 MCpAdml n 82.56-1.03 -15.6 DevMktInst n 11.68 -.02 -13.7 Oakmark r 36.35 -.66 -17.4 RealRetInstl 11.02 -.09 +12.3 RealEst n 18.36 +.28 -12.4 Value Fd 23.37 -.58 -16.5 EmerMkts 19.11 -.17 -9.8 Sentinel Group: InstStkIdx p 8.40 -.02 -15.6 MorgAdm 53.57 -.34 -11.9 EmMktInst n 27.83 -.12 -9.1 Select r 22.14 -.79 -27.4 ShortT 9.79 ... +3.7 R2005 n 11.02 ... -5.7 Rainier Inv Mgt: IntlSec 61.29 -.04 -14.0 ComStk A p 30.29 -.23 -10.8 IntlEq p 13.34 +.02 -18.0 MuHYAdml n 10.21 -.07 +.5 EuroInstl n 33.98 -.25 -13.7 Old Westbury Fds: TotRet n 10.52 +.05 +9.4 LgCapEq 26.29 -.31 -10.0 MStratBond 9.77 -.02 +1.3 SmCoA p 6.73 +.15 -8.4 LgValue 18.63 -.14 -24.3 NJLTAd n 11.39 -.08 +2.6 R2010 n 14.95 +.01 -7.7 ExtIn n 36.46 +.23 -12.0 GlobOpp 8.72 +.01 NS TR II n 10.06 +.04 +9.6 R2015 11.57 +.02 -9.0 SmMCap 34.03 -.28 -12.2 QuantEqS 33.00 -.15 -17.0 Sequoia 121.12-3.61 -8.6 StockIndex p 9.77 -.03 -16.0 NYLTAd m 10.79 -.07 +2.2 GlobSmCap 11.95 +.18 -12.2 SmMCpInst 34.65 -.28 -11.9 RESec 38.29 +.43 -8.5 SoundSh n 33.28 -.02 -11.1 Turner Funds: GrowthInstl 29.72 -.06 -8.2 TRIII n 9.22 +.05 +7.8 Retire2020 n 16.04 +.03 -10.6 PrmCap r 71.29 -.53 -4.2 InfProtInst n 10.00 -.10 +12.4 Intl n 10.51 +.06 -19.5 PIMCO Funds A: R2025 11.83 +.03 -11.6 RidgeWorth Funds: SpecGrow 41.50 +.22 -15.3 St FarmAssoc: MicroCap n 52.35+1.01 -2.2 PacifAdml 75.13 +.77 -13.9 MidCapEq p 14.23 -.11 -9.2 All Asset p 12.24 -.03 +3.0 HighYldI 9.65 +.01 +1.2 Russell Instl I: Balan n 53.20 -.06 -3.0 MidcpGwth n 30.70-1.01 -9.9 PALTAdm n 10.81 -.06 +2.1 InstIdx n 115.07-.26 -15.5 R2030 n 16.99 +.04 -12.5 RealReturn 13.49 -.74 +15.6 CommodRR p 17.69 -.94 IntmBondI 10.03 -.01 +6.8 Eqty I 28.23 -.09 -13.5 Gwth n 53.71 -.10 -8.5 Tweedy Browne: REITAdml r 84.35+1.01 -8.1 InsPl n 115.08-.25 -15.4 Olstein Funds: Retire2035 12.00 +.02 -13.0 +33.8 IntlEqI 13.01 +.08 -16.2 Eqty Q 29.46 -.12 -14.7 Stratton Funds: GlobVal 24.73 +.01 -20.3 STsryAdml 10.66 -.01 +7.7 TotlBdIdx n 49.98 -.01 +5.8 AllCapValuC 11.53 ... -27.2 R2040 n 17.07 +.05 -12.9 UBS Funds Cl A: HiYldA 8.81 +.03 -.2 Ret2045 n 11.32 +.03 -12.9 IntEqIdxI n 16.81 +.03 -13.6 FixIncme I 19.85 +.03 +2.4 SmCap 46.68 +.09 -6.9 STBdAdml n 10.07 ... +6.4 InstTStIdx n 27.71 -.02 -14.4 Oppenheimer A: DynAlpha t 9.87 +.01 -4.8 LowDurA 9.93 +.02 +6.1 Ret Income n 12.42 ... -3.8 InvGrTEBI n 11.55 -.05 +5.5 FixIncmeIII 9.93 -.01 +1.9 TCW Funds: ShtTrmAdm 15.76 -.01 +4.7 InstTStPlus 27.71 -.02 -14.4 AMTFrMuA 7.86 -.10 -17.6 LgCCorEqI 13.67 +.02 -19.8 Intl 37.29 -.07 -14.0 DivFocused 10.42 -.10 -23.6 GlobAllo t 12.33 -.05 -10.8 AMTFrNY 11.64 -.10 -6.4 RealRetA p 11.02 -.09 +11.8 SciTch n 21.52 +.10 -11.4 UBS Funds Cl C: STFedAdm 10.52 ... +6.9 MidCapInstl n18.25 -.22 -15.6 TotRtA 10.52 +.05 +8.8 LgCpValEqI 11.75 -.03 -17.3 Russell LfePts C: SelEqty I 17.36 +.26 -8.7 STIGrAdm 10.44 -.01 +4.1 PacInstl n 11.49 +.11 -13.9 ActiveAllA 10.65 -.04 -12.4 ST Bd n 4.70 ... +4.8 BalStrat 10.62 -.02 -8.7 TotlRetBdI 9.41 -.07 +5.5 GlobAllo n 12.03 -.04 -11.5 PIMCO Funds Admin: SmCapStk n 27.59 +.39 -15.2 TotRetBd I 9.79 -.01 +5.0 UBS Funds Cl Y: SmlCapAdml n 30.10 +.43 REITInst r 13.05 +.15 -8.1 BalanceA p 11.97 -.10 -11.2 HiYldAd np 8.81 +.03 -.1 RiverSource A: EqGthStrat 10.07 -.02 -14.9 TCW Funds N: CAMuniA p 8.97 -.12 -17.3 SmCapVal n 35.43 +.81 -7.4 US LCpEqY n 16.61 -.13 -12.8 SmCpIn n 30.12 +.43 -12.8 PIMCO Funds B: BalancedA 9.65 -.05 -13.8 GwthStrat 10.68 -.02 -11.8 TotRtBdN p 9.76 -.08 +5.3 -17.8 TxMCap r 61.75 -.20 -14.8 SmlCapGrI n 18.48 +.12 -10.1 CapAppA p 45.19 +.19 -10.0 RealRtB t 11.02 -.09 +11.0 SpecGr 18.41 +.07 -13.7 CapIncA p 10.33 -.06 -12.9 SpecIn n 11.58 -.01 +1.4 UBS PACE Fds P: TxMGrInc r 56.35 -.13 -15.5 StlCPlus n 48.47 -.19 -16.3 TotRtB t 10.52 +.05 +8.0 IntlEqtyP n 16.18 +.01 -15.8 TtlBdAdml n 9.91 ... +5.8 ChampIncA p7.84 -.03 -8.0 PIMCO Funds C: SumMuInt n 10.78 -.05 +3.9 TxMIntIst n 13.38 -.03 -13.6 ComStratA p 9.24 -.47 +45.9 TxFree n 9.59 -.05 +1.9 LCGrEqtyP n16.85 +.11 -9.9 TotStkAdm n 30.71 -.02 -14.5 TBIst n 9.91 ... +5.8 AllAssetC t 12.14 -.02 +2.2 LCGEqP n 16.45 -.15 -20.2 CoreBdA p 9.49 -.08 -.5 TxFrHY n 10.92 -.07 -3.4 USGroAdml n 46.09 +.37 TSInst n 30.72 -.02 -14.5 CommRR p 17.49 -.93 +32.8 StraFxdP x 13.62 -.04 +8.3 DevMktA p 42.28 +.35 -7.8 VA TF n 11.13 -.08 +1.6 -9.8 ValueInstl n 21.56 -.07 -20.8 RealRetC p 11.02 -.09 +11.2 StratInvP 10.47 -.07 -7.0 DiscFd p 53.69 +.49 +3.4 Value n 22.94 -.02 -18.0 ValueAdml n 21.56 -.07 -20.8 Vanguard Signal: TotRtC t 10.52 +.05 +8.0 UMB Scout Funds: Equity A 8.94 -.07 -15.5 PIMCO Funds D: Principal Inv: WellslAdm n 48.93 -.08 -3.3 BalancSgl n 19.89 ... -6.6 BdMtgInstl 9.51 -.01 -4.3 Intl 33.34 -.19 -6.3 WelltnAdm n 51.24 -.27 -6.6 GlobalA p 61.99 -.03 -17.3 CommodRR p 17.71 -.94 SmallCap 15.77 +.07 -9.9 ExtMktSgl n 31.32 +.20 -12.1 GlblOppA 27.91 -.32 -21.9 +33.8 DiscLCBlInst 12.97 -.04 -14.7 WindsorAdm n 42.65 -.25 US Global Investors: -26.5 500Sgl n 95.76 -.21 -15.4 Gold p 32.88-2.35 +2.1 DvLoclMkt t 11.15 -.01 +13.3 DivIntlInst 11.82 -.06 -14.0 EstnEuro p 13.68-1.00 -8.9 IntlBdA p 6.46 -.03 +10.6 RealRtn p 11.02 -.09 +11.8 EqIncoA p 17.41 -.01 -17.0 WdsrIIAdm 46.67 -.23 -20.0 GroSig n 27.52 -.06 -8.2 GlbRsc n 16.20-1.04 +4.7 Vanguard Fds: ITBdSig n 10.21 -.01 +6.4 See IntlDivA 11.47 -.03 -18.7 TotlRtn p 10.52 +.05 +9.0 HighYldA p 7.74 +.02 +.9 WldPrcMin n 22.07-1.41 -7.1 HiYld In 9.99 +.02 +.2 DivrEq n 20.59 -.07 -17.4 MidCapIdx n 26.07 -.32 -15.6 IntGrow p 27.07 +.18 -13.5 Parnassus Funds: USAA Group: EqtyInco n 24.60 +.07 +.4 IntlGrthInst 11.32 -.08 -14.1 AssetA n 25.66 -.08 -14.2 STBdIdx n 10.07 ... +6.4 IntlSmlCoA 19.10 -.88 -33.2 AgsvGth n 31.99 +.12 -10.9 Pax World: LgGrwIN 8.28 +.06 -4.3 CAIT n 10.72 -.06 +2.9 SmCapSig n 27.13 +.38 -12.8 LTGovA p 9.68 -.02 +2.6 BalStra n 12.82 -.02 -10.8 Balanced 22.40 -.21 -7.8 LT2010Instl 11.67 +.01 -10.0 CALT n 11.05 -.08 +.6 TotalBdSgl n 9.91 ... +5.8 LtdTrmMu 14.67 -.09 -2.5 CA Bd n 10.21 -.09 -1.1 CapOpp n 33.31 +.07 -10.1 TotStkSgnl n 29.64 -.02 Our MnStFdA 31.43 -.25 -17.8 Perm Port Funds: LT2030In 12.16 ... -12.0 CaptlGrth 7.77 -.06 -13.2 -14.5 Permanent 37.41 -.37 +10.8 LT2020J t 12.15 +.01 -11.5 Convt n 12.79 -.04 -3.5 ValueSig n 22.43 -.08 -20.9 MainStrOpA p 11.79 -.08- CornstStr n 22.12 -.08 -11.0 PhoenixFunds A: LfTm2020In 12.21 +.01 -11.1 DividendGro 13.99 -.08 -8.3 Vantagepoint Fds: 18.0 BalanA 12.60 -.05 -8.6 EmgMkt n 21.09 -.02 -8.9 LT2040Ins 12.42 ... -12.6 Energy 77.59-2.62 +6.9 AggrOpp n 9.83 -.03 -16.8 MnStSCpA p 17.92 +.21 -17.1 ForOppA p 23.80 -.25 -10.6 Grwth n 15.19 -.11 -8.3 EqInc n 20.74 -.07 -15.4 AssetAlloc n 7.36 -.02 -13.1 ModInvA 10.64 -.07 -6.2 PtrLV In 10.94 -.09 -26.5 Gr&Inc n 14.70 -.10 -14.8 REAL ESTATE MulSStA p 4.41 ... -.5 Explorer n 63.66 +.16 -14.2 CoreBdIdxI n 9.66 +.02 +5.4 PAMuniA p 11.12 -.16 -8.8 PtrLGI In 7.78 +.13 -10.7 HYldOpp n 7.76 +.03 -4.9 RealE A 28.10 +.22 -6.7 GNMA n 10.14 +.03 +6.5 EqtyInc n 8.48 -.06 -17.5 S&MdCpVlA 30.61 -.48 -20.7 Pioneer Funds A: PtrMdVlIn 11.53 -.18 -13.5 IncStk n 12.39 +.02 -21.9 GlobEq n 20.01 -.17 -18.3 StrIncA p 4.29 -.01 +5.3 PtLgValI In 11.48 -.04 -19.7 CullenVal 18.51 -.08 -11.3 Income n 11.82 ... +4.2 GroInc n 27.76 -.18 -16.3 Growth n 9.20 +.01 -11.8 USGvt p 9.27 -.03 +4.6 PtrLgBl In 9.39 ... -14.3 IntTerBd n 9.30 -.04 -.5 GlbHiYld p 10.87 -.03 -3.3 GrowthEq 11.01 -.07 -10.2 Grow&Inc n 9.20 ... -14.9 ValueA p 21.64 -.44 -20.8 PtMidGr In 9.44 -.31 -10.0 Intl n 24.79 +.21 -9.5 ... Intl n 10.58 -.08 -12.0 MARKETPLACE PioIndpncA p 10.65 -.26 -22.4 HYCorp n 5.50 ... Oppenheimer B: PtrIntlIn 13.76 +.02 -11.4 PrecMM 33.30-2.09 +20.2 CapAppB p 40.71 +.17 -10.7 EqIncA p 26.38 -.18 -14.3 HlthCare n 129.39+1.59 -7.1 MPCnsrvGr n23.49 -.06 -3.1 HighYldA p 9.78 -.01 -4.7 PreSecsIn 8.68 +.17 -10.4 S&P Idx n 18.85 -.04 -15.6 InflaPro n 12.50 -.13 +12.2 MPLgTmGr n22.07 -.05 -9.3 GloblB t 57.33 -.03 -17.9 PrtLCpGr2I 7.96 -.03 -5.2 S&P Rewrd 18.85 -.05 -15.5 MnStFdB 30.36 -.25 -18.4 MdCpVaA p 19.92 -.18 -16.0 IntlExplr n 15.40 -.05 -23.5 MPTradGrth n 22.34 -.05 PionFdA p 41.20 -.02 -13.5 RealEstI 15.79 +.11 -6.8 ShtTBnd n 8.81 -.01 +4.4 IntlGr 21.30 -.11 -12.2 -6.7 Oppenheimer C&M: TxEIT n 12.55 -.08 +1.5 SAMBalA 13.26 +.02 -6.5 Section for ActiveAllC t 10.51 -.05 -13.1 StratIncA p 10.17 +.01 +4.6 IntlVal n 36.84 -.26 -13.3 Victory Funds: ValueA p 12.04 -.09 -26.9 SAMBalancB 13.23 +.02 -7.2 TxELT n 12.87 -.09 -.7 ITI Grade 9.33 -.01 +3.2 DvsStkA 16.45 -.05 -7.2 CapApprC p 40.38 +.17 -10.7 SAMBalancC t 13.15 +.02 TxESh n 10.53 -.02 +4.0 Pioneer Funds B: ITTsry n 11.31 -.02 +10.4 SplValueA 16.34 -.27 -12.1 DevMktC t 41.04 +.33 -8.5 -7.2 VALIC : GlobalC p 58.34 -.03 -17.9 HiYieldB t 9.83 -.01 -5.4 LIFECon n 15.79 -.01 -4.7 WM Blair Fds Inst: SAMGrwA p 14.89 +.02 -9.7 ForgnValu 11.05 -.03 -14.6 Special Client Pioneer Funds C: IntlBondC 6.44 -.03 +9.8 IntlGrowth 11.68 -.02 -10.6 LIFEGro n 21.95 -.03 -12.2 EmMkGrIns r 17.00 -.27 -14.2 Cullen VlC t 18.26 -.09 -12.0 SAMGrC t 14.22 +.01 -10.4 LIFEInc n 13.45 ... -.7 IntlEq 12.47 -.11 -13.3 MnStFdC 30.22 -.25 -18.4 HiYldC t 9.93 -.01 -5.3 IntlEqty 9.21 +.02 -15.5 334705 SAMGrwB p 14.34 +.01 -10.4 LIFEMod n 19.04 -.02 -8.4 IntlGrwth 15.97 -.06 -14.8 S&MdCpVlC 26.78 -.42 -21.3 Pioneer Fds Y: IntlSmCpEq 15.10 +.04 -20.3 StratGrA p 16.32 +.01 -11.7 LTInGrade n 8.34 -.03 -.6 WM Blair Mtl Fds: StrIncC t 4.28 -.01 +4.3 Bond Y 8.89 +.01 +5.2 MidCapIdx 21.58 -.13 -9.6 Offers & Prudent Bear: Oppenheim Quest : CullenVal Y 18.61 -.08 -11.0 MidCapValu 14.68 -.18 -22.5 LTTsry n 11.23 -.05 +9.4 IntlGrowthI r 24.60 -.11 -14.9 Bear Fd p 6.61 -.09 +15.3 MidCapGro 16.26 -.33 -11.7 Waddell & Reed Adv: QBalA 13.64 -.04 -21.5 Price Funds Adv: Putnam Funds A: SciencTech 12.84 +.03 -10.8 QBalanB 13.35 -.04 -22.1 BlChipGr 35.41 +.32 -10.4 AmGvA p 8.97 +.03 +6.6 SmCapIdx 15.02 +.37 -11.6 MATaxEx 9.91 -.07 +3.2 Accumultiv 7.76 +.02 -10.2 QIntValA p 16.47 +.04 -28.6 Morgan n 17.26 -.11 -12.0 AssetS p 12.32 -.22 +17.6 Great Buys! EqtyInc 23.01 -.10 -18.4 AABalA p 11.10 -.05 -12.0 SocialResp 11.11 ... -14.4 QOpptyA 27.46 -.18 +.9 Growth pn 29.28 +.26 -12.1 AAGthA p 12.71 -.07 -15.1 StockIndex 31.15 -.07 -15.7 MuHY n 10.21 -.07 +.4 Bond 5.93 ... +2.5 Oppenheimer Roch: HiYld 6.32 +.01 -1.1 CATxA p 7.67 -.06 -.2 ValicUltra 10.16 -.05 -2.5 MuInsLg n 11.98 -.09 +1.5 CoreInvA 5.57 -.05 -7.6 LtdNYA p 3.23 -.01 +.6 R2020A p 15.96 +.03 -10.7 Value Line Fd: MuInt n 13.06 -.08 +3.7 DivOppA p 15.28 -.12 -8.8 LtdNYC t 3.22 -.01 -.1 Convert p 18.44 +.01 -9.1 Value 22.76 -.02 -18.2 EmerOpp p 31.32 +.32 -8.4 MuLtd n 10.81 -.02 +4.9 HighInc 6.63 +.01 -.3 RoNtMuC t 8.83 -.12 -25.0 DvrInA p 8.89 ... -4.3 Price Funds R Cl: Van Eck Funds: MuLong n 10.80 -.07 +2.4 IntlGth 9.71 +.01 -8.2 RoMu A p 16.27 -.17 -7.2 EqInA p 14.06 -.11 -16.2 GrowthR pn 29.08 +.26 -12.3 GlHardA 49.37-2.86 +15.9 MuShrt n 15.76 -.01 +4.7 RoMu C p 16.25 -.17 -8.0 GeoA p 13.88 ... -14.6 NwCcptA p 10.15 -.15 -11.9 Price Funds: Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn Name NAV chg %rtn InInvGldA 17.14-1.30 +10.8 NYLT n 10.79 -.07 +2.1 RcNtlMuA 8.84 -.12 -24.4 GlNtRs p 28.84 -.94 -5.1 Van Kamp Funds A: OHLTTxE n 11.60 -.07 +3.0 ScTechA 10.05 -.09 -3.8 AME Fd n 13.09 +.17 NS GlbEqty p 9.93 -.01 -19.4 Oppenheimer Y: Balance n 18.66 ... -7.3 DispEqA p 5.82 -.02 -18.1 Russell TIAA-CREF Funds: AmValA p 23.58 -.16 -19.1 PALT n 10.81 -.06 +2.0 VanguardA 9.03 +.11 +.1 CapApprecY 46.74 +.20 -9.7 GrInA p 12.67 -.09 -27.6 DEI 10.07 -.12 -18.9 BalStrat 10.71 -.01 -8.0 BondInst x 9.76 -.03 +4.4 CmstA p 14.65 -.01 -20.5 PrecMtlsMin r31.29-1.00 +6.3 Wasatch: BlueChipG n 35.42 +.32 -10.3 CommStratY 9.31 -.47 +46.6 HlthA p 52.55+1.22 -2.7 DivrBd 4.66 -.01 +1.8 Russell LfePts R3: EqIdxInst 9.37 -.01 -14.6 CorpBdA p 6.12 +.01 +.1 PrmCpCore rn 12.38 -.07 CoreGrth 28.97 +.21 -18.2 CapApr n 19.00 -.01 -6.4 CoreBdY 9.48 -.07 -.2 HiYdA px 7.26 -.02 -.6 DivOppA 7.62 -.05 -18.4 BalStrat p 10.71 -.01 -8.3 IntlEqInst 10.40 +.08 -19.1 EntA p 13.52 +.10 -13.6 -8.7 SmCapGrth 28.73 +.03 -17.5 DivGro n 22.57 -.01 -11.0 DevMktY 42.31 +.35 -7.5 IncmA px 6.31 -.02 +.9 EqtyVal p 11.30 -.17 -17.5 GwthStrat p 10.80 -.01 -11.4 IntlEqRet 10.67 +.08 -19.3 EqtyIncA p 7.80 -.04 -12.5 Prmcp r 68.66 -.50 -4.3 Weitz Funds: EmMktB n 12.72 +.06 +3.8 Russell LfePts S: GlobalY 62.37 -.02 -17.0 IntlEq p 23.81 -.01 -16.4 Growth 27.24 -.18 -19.7 MdCVlRet 15.96 -.13 -15.6 GlblFran p 22.44 +.25 -13.8 SelValu r 16.03 -.06 -22.3 PartVal 16.01 -.02 -28.6 EmEurope 30.30-2.12 -8.8 BalStrat 10.76 -.02 -7.8 S&P500IInst IntlBdY 6.46 -.03 +11.0 IntlGrIn p 12.12 -.03 -18.1 HiYldBond 2.64 +.01 -.6 14.31 -.03 -15.4 GvScA p 9.27 -.07 -.9 STAR n 18.90 -.04 -8.4 Value n 25.28 +.04 -29.1 EmMktS n 34.34 -.22 -9.2 Rydex Investor: IntlGrowY 27.01 +.18 -13.2 IntlNop p 16.12 -.07 -16.6 HiYldTxExA 4.12 -.04 -.7 TIAA-CREF Retail: GrInA p 18.34 -.08 -16.4 STIGrade 10.44 -.01 +4.0 Wells Fargo Ad Adm: EqInc n 23.06 -.11 -18.2 NasdaqInv n 12.27 +.19 -8.3 Gro&Inc 10.65 -.03 -7.9 MainStSCY 18.80 +.22 -16.7 IntlCapO p 33.80 +.05 -20.2 LgCpEqA p 4.49 -.03 -19.4 HYMuA p 9.92 -.06 -4.7 STFed n 10.52 ... +6.8 DvSmCap 10.83 +.19 -17.9 EqIdx n 33.74 -.08 -15.7 SEI Portfolios: Templeton Instit: MnStFdY 31.60 -.25 -17.4 InvA p 11.95 ... -25.9 MidCapGrA 8.87 ... -11.9 InTFA p 16.21 -.20 -6.2 STTsry n 10.66 -.01 +7.6 Index 48.17 -.11 -15.8 Europe n 16.56 -.02 -14.2 CoreFxInA n 9.63 -.01 +.4 EmMS p 16.80 -.17 -16.5 ValueY 22.13 -.46 -20.6 MidCpVal p 11.11 -.17 -18.3 MidCpVal p 7.92 -.11 -17.6 MidCGth p 24.19 -.32 -9.5 StratEq n 18.36 -.02 -19.2 ToRtBd 11.97 ... +5.4 GNM n 9.29 +.04 +5.8 EmMktDbt n 10.15 +.09 +3.7 ForEqS 23.95 -.11 -13.2 Optimum Fds Instl: GloblStk n 21.87 +.31 -7.6 NwOpA p 46.79 -.02 -11.8 PrtFndValA 5.27 -.10 -16.9 MunInA p 13.20 -.16 -4.0 TgtRetInc 10.61 -.02 +.8 CapGrAdm 17.95 -.08 -4.0 Fixed Inc 8.65 -.02 +1.6 NwValA p 12.07 -.17 -30.9 PrtIntSValA p 8.39 +.05 EmgMkt np -21.3 14.66 -.12 -12.0 Third Avenue Fds: PaceFndA p 11.40 +.03 -6.1 Growth n 29.54 +.26 -11.9 HiYld n 7.22 ... -3.7 Intl r 17.49 +.14 -17.1 TgtRet2010 21.53 -.01 -5.0 SmlCapOpI 30.87 +.36 -4.9 LgCapGrth 11.29 +.05 -11.9 NYTxA p 8.33 -.04 +2.2 PBModAgg p 9.81 -.04 -9.5 StrGrwth 42.40 +.08 -9.6 TgtRet2005 11.44 -.01 -2.2 Wells Fargo Adv A: LgCapVal 10.34 -.04 -17.7 GwthIn n 19.49 -.04 -13.2 IntMuniA 10.60 -.05 +2.9 RealEstVal r 23.75 +.46 -20.8 HlthSci n 27.28 +.87 +4.0 TxExA p 8.36 -.06 +1.2 PBModA p 9.86 -.03 -6.6 StrMunInc 11.69 -.07 -7.4 TgtRet2025 12.37 ... -10.0 AsetAll A 18.56 -.08 -12.1 PIMCO Admin PIMS: TFHYA 11.92 -.07 -2.9 IntlEqA n 11.37 -.10 -18.8 SmlCap n 23.01 +.20 -6.6 HiYld n 6.33 +.01 -.9 StrtgcAlA 9.88 -.02 -13.9 US MtgeA 12.09 -.06 -1.3 TgtRet2015 12.02 ... -7.1 SCapValA p 26.86 -.16 -10.3 ComdtyRRA 17.73 -.94 +34.1 USGvA p 13.10 +.09 +5.5 IntlFixA n 10.63 ... -.3 Value 49.70 +.78 -20.7 Van Kamp Funds B: InstlCpGr 14.18 +.24 -10.6 TE Bond 3.66 -.03 +.3 Thornburg Fds C: TgtRet2020 21.39 ... -8.5 Wells Fargo Adv : FrnBdUnad p 10.70 -.11 +13.6 VstaA p 10.39 -.18 -14.3 TNGlblEqty 7.47 -.07 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-10.2 Income x 6.36 -.03 +1.0 SSgA Funds: 7.69 -.04 -13.2 DevLocMk r 11.15 -.01 +13.7 MdTxFr n 10.10 -.08 +1.3 LowPrSkSvc r 14.36 +.07 EmgMkt IntlValue I 28.53 -.02 -8.8 HYMuC t 9.91 -.06 -5.3 TxMGI r 27.42 -.06 -15.5 UltStInv 8.54 -.03 -1.4 IntlEq 24.04 -.01 -16.2 24.58 -.16 -11.3 DiverInco 10.29 +.04 +2.6 MediaTl n 39.85 +.51 -18.0 -9.2 LtdMunA p 13.45 -.05 +4.1 Vanguard Admiral: TaxMngdIntl rn 13.37 -.02 UlStMuInc 4.76 ... +4.4 Investors 12.15 +.01 -25.7 EmgMktSel 24.60 -.17 -11.1 -13.7 EmMktsBd 10.31 +.06 +4.2 MidCap n 52.62 -.01 -8.2 Voyager 17.45 -.07 -12.4 MicroCapI n 14.54 +.18 -9.9 IntlStock ValueA t 31.22 +.35 -19.7 AssetAdml n 57.62 -.16 -14.1 WlthbGrBal 11.12 -.03 -12.4 12.46 -.07 -14.5 ValueI 31.73 +.36 -19.4 BalAdml n 20.10 -.01 -6.6 TaxMgdSC r 24.18 +.47 -11.8 Wells Fargo Ad Ins: FltgInc r 9.02 +.01 -5.1 MCapVal n 20.42 -.13 -15.9 Quaker Funds: OpptyI r 9.98 +.21 -20.8 SP500 n 20.70 -.05 -15.6 FrgnBdUnd r 10.70 -.11 +13.9 NewAm n 30.12 +.14 -3.4 StrGrwthA 24.56 -.86 +3.5 PennMutC p 9.52 +.08 -11.1 Schroder Funds: Thrivent Fds A: CAITAdm n 10.72 -.06 +3.0 USGro n 17.78 +.14 -10.0 LgCapStock 22.89 +.07 -13.8 CALTAdm 11.05 -.08 +.7 EndvSelI 10.96 +.03 -2.4 FrgnBd n 9.99 -.03 +3.9 N Asia n 14.11 +.66 -22.0 Quantitative Group: PennMuI rn 10.26 +.08 -10.3 MuniBdI USValue n 11.22 -.08 -17.1 Wells Fargo Admin: 9.40 -.07 -2.0 MidCapStk 12.50 -.10 -18.2 CpOpAdl n 76.99 +.15 -10.1 Wellsly n 20.20 -.03 -3.3 DivrsEq I GlobalBd n 10.24 -.10 +11.5 NewEra n 60.34-1.84 +10.2 ForeignVlO t 16.23 -.26 -27.3 NAmEqInv n 9.77 -.02 -13.5 30.32 -.03 -16.1 MuniBd 10.93 -.06 +2.7 EM Adm nr 36.55 -.16 -9.1 Welltn n 29.67 -.15 -6.6 12.64 -.07 -26.6 GrthBal n 25.08 -.03 -12.1 Schwab Funds: Tocqueville Fds: CoreEqty 16.88 -.03 -15.1 Energy n 145.77-4.91 +7.0 Wndsr n Gold t 45.09-2.09 -2.7 EqIncAdml 43.46 -.17 -15.3 WndsII n 26.29 -.13 -20.1 LgCoGrI 46.34 +.25 -13.9 DILBERT DivEqtySel HlthCare 12.89 15.19 -.10 +.22 -15.1 -7.7 Torray Funds: Fund 29.86 +.20 -18.6 EuropAdml 79.73 -.58 -13.7 Vanguard Idx Fds: 500 n 115.92-.26 -15.5 Westcore: PlusBd 10.18 +.01 +3.0 IntlInvIS 20.98 -.10 -11.4 Touchstone Family: ExplAdml 59.31 +.15 -14.0 Western Asset: Balanced n 20.10 ... -6.7 IntlSS r 20.99 -.10 -11.3 LgCapGrA 24.40 -.38 -1.5 ExntdAdm n 36.44 +.23 -12.1 DevMkt n 11.77 -.02 -13.8 CrBdPrtFI p 10.05 -.02 -3.7 MT AllEq 12.78 +.02 -13.8 MdCpGrA 21.86 -.23 -6.4 FLLTAdm n 11.15 -.07 +2.8 EMkt n 27.75 -.12 -9.2 CorePlus 9.36 +.01 -2.5 MT Growth 17.40 +.03 -11.4 SandsCapGrI11.35 +.11 -7.9 500Adml n 115.92-.26 -15.4 Europe n 33.92 -.25 -13.8 Core 10.05 -.02 -3.5 1000Inv r 37.41 -.10 -14.8 Transamer Premier: GNMA Adm n 10.14 +.03 HiYld 8.95 -.18 -2.6 Extend n 36.40 +.23 -12.2 1000Sel 37.42 -.10 -14.7 EquityInv 21.82 +.20 -10.1 +6.6 Growth n 29.71 -.07 -8.3 Infl Indx I 10.28 -.11 +9.6 PremEqSel 10.76 -.04 -16.3 Transamerica A: GroIncAdm 45.33 -.30 -16.1 AsAlloGrp p 12.25 ... -13.1 GrwthAdml n 29.72 -.06 -8.2 ITBond n 10.21 -.01 +6.3 Intmd 9.84 -.01 +2.0 S&P Inv 19.59 -.04 -15.6 LTBond n 11.01 -.03 +4.0 PrtIntmCl p 9.36 +.01 -2.9 AsAlMod p 11.64 ... -5.4 HlthCare n 54.62 +.67 -7.1 S&P Sel n 19.67 -.03 -15.4 AsAlModGr p 12.03 ... -8.8 HiYldCp n 5.50 MidCap 18.19 -.22 -15.7 William Blair N: ... +.2 S&PInstlSel 10.06 -.02 -15.3 Transamerica C: InflProAd n 24.54 -.27 +12.3 Pacific n 11.47 +.12 -14.0 IntlGthN 24.16 -.11 -15.1 SmCpInv 18.08 +.31 -13.2 AsAlModGr t 11.93 -.01 -9.4 InsdLTAdm n 11.98 -.09 +1.6 REIT r 19.77 +.24 -8.2 Wilmington Fds: SmCapSel 18.10 +.30 -13.1 TA IDEX C: ITBondAdml 10.21 -.01 +6.4 SmCap n 30.07 +.42 -12.9 IntlMMgrI 8.16 -.06 -15.7 TotBond 9.10 -.01 -1.1 AsAlMod t 11.56 ... -5.9 ITsryAdml n 11.31 -.02 +10.6 SmlCpGrow 18.44 +.13 -10.2 MulMRE I n 16.90 -.30 NA TSM Sel r 22.16 ... -14.5 AsAlGrow t 11.95 ... -13.6 IntlGrAdml 67.85 -.34 -12.0 SmlCapVal 14.33 +.31 -15.7 Wintergreen t 12.50 +.10 -8.4 Security Funds: Transamerica Ptrs: ITAdml n 13.06 -.08 +3.8 STBond n 10.07 ... +6.3 World Funds: MidCapValA 28.39 +.10 -14.6 AstAllIH p 9.34 -.01 -6.4 TotBond n 9.91 ... +5.7 EpochGlb r 15.04 -.12 -13.2 NYSE BONDS 52-Week Vol Weekly 52-Week Vol Weekly 52-Week Vol Weekly High Low Bond Yld 000's High Low Last Chg High Low Bond Yld 000's High Low Last Chg High Low Bond Yld 000's High Low Last Chg 103.50 49.00 AMR 9s16 14.7 66 61.40 58.00 61.40 +6.40 67.75 20.00 GMAC zr12 1 31.00 31.00 31.00 -4.00 57.00 26.00 GMAC zr15 3 31.50 30.15 30.15 +1.15 103.50 99.00 Leucadia 7}13 7.8 45 100.00 99.75 100.00 +1.00 96.75 90.50 Tenet 6]11 6.6 5 96.75 96.75 96.75 +2.75 88.00 88.00 US#West 7{23 8.5 10 88.00 88.00 88.00 ... FUTURES CANADIAN STOCKS Net Net Expiration Open High Low Settle Chg Expiration Open High Low Settle Chg Expiration Open High Low Settle Chg Expiration Open High Low Settle Chg Stock High Low Last Chg Stock High Low Last Chg CORN (CBOT) Sep 09 2831 2836 2831 2836 +61 Sep 08932.10 936.90 921.90 929.30 +4.50 NATURAL GAS (NYMX) ARCEgyTrUn 29.50 29.22 29.50 +.05 ISharesCDN60 80.55 78.97 80.55 +1.40 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Dec 09 2825 2843 2825 2843 +55 Oct 08 932.90 940.20 923.50 931.80 +4.50 10,000 mm btu's, $ per mm btu ARISETecho 1.47 1.19 1.47 +.20 IamgoldCorp 6.66 6.15 6.52 +.32 Sep 08580.00 585.00 569.00 577.00 +4.00 Est. sales 14,240. Thu's sales 15,841 Dec 08938.80 945.20 928.70 936.90 +4.60 Aug 08 9.130 9.485 8.988 9.084 -.239 Agnico Eagle 60.49 57.90 60.05 +.27 ImperialOil 50.05 47.72 50.00 +2.15 Dec 08600.00 604.00 588.00 596.00 +4.00 Thu's open int. 149,594, +1,083 Feb 09 943.30 948.40 935.00 942.10 +4.60 Sep 08 9.102 9.542 9.027 9.126 -.251 AgriumInc 87.80 81.75 85.92 +2.17 IvanhoeMines 11.43 10.66 11.43 +.75 Mar 09 619.00 623.00 607.00 616.00 +4.00 SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT) Allen Vanguard 2.09 1.88 2.00 -.03 112,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Apr 09 947.00 +4.60 KinrossGold 19.30 18.56 19.11 +.41 May 09628.00 635.00 620.00 628.00 +4.00 Oct 08 9.205 9.631 9.150 9.232 -.246 AurelianReso 6.55 6.30 6.30 -.01 LundinMng 5.14 4.75 5.09 +.21 Est. sales 103,668. Thu's sales 243,642 Oct 08 12.24 12.52 12.24 12.44 +.20 Thu's open int. 469,377, +6,421 Nov 08 9.559 9.969 9.490 9.587 -.246 BCE Inc 38.99 38.51 38.90 +.07 Jul 09 643.00 645.00 627.00 638.00 +6.00 ManulifeFin 37.94 37.11 37.50 +.16 Mar 09 13.67 13.95 13.67 13.86 +.19 SILVER (COMX) Dec 08 9.947 10.350 9.895 9.977 -.241 BankersPeteo 1.34 1.21 1.29 +.03 MidnightOil 1.94 1.86 1.94 +.08 Sep 09632.00 635.00 623.00 632.00 +6.00 May 09 13.93 14.05 13.82 14.01 +.14 5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz. Dec 09622.00 625.00 610.00 620.00 +4.00 Jan 09 10.148 10.550 10.116 10.182 -.246 BarrickGold 45.17 43.26 44.69 +.25 NewGoldo 7.19 6.45 6.64 -.41 Est. sales 205,153. Thu's sales 205,153 Jul 09 14.07 14.16 13.92 14.10 +.14 Jul 08 1737.0 1743.5 1732.5 1732.5 +7.9 BioSyntecho .30 .23 .28 +.04 Nexen Inc 32.57 30.83 31.62 +.62 Thu's open int. 1,259,237, -18,628 Oct 09 14.30 14.44 14.17 14.35 +.12 Aug 081750.0 1750.0 1703.5 1733.2 +7.7 Feb 09 10.159 10.530 10.098 10.192 -.234 BirchcliffEng 12.95 12.22 12.95 +.48 NortelNetwork 7.48 7.20 7.38 +.13 OATS (CBOT) Jan 10 14.94 +.08 Sep 081743.0 1768.0 1704.5 1737.5 +7.7 Est. sales 97,845. Thu's sales 403,106 Bk NS 49.14 47.75 48.96 +.80 NventaBio .07 .06 .07 +.01 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Mar 10 14.73 14.85 14.68 14.81 +.09 Dec 081754.5 1781.5 1720.0 1752.5 +7.7 Thu's open int. 750,574, -26,360 BkMontreal 47.95 46.41 47.70 +.40 OPTICanada 19.29 18.20 19.07 +.07 Sep 08389.00 396.00 384.00 384.00 -6.00 +7.7 NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYMX) Est. sales 65,100. Thu's sales 71,621 Thu's open int. 789,479, -4,280 Jan 09 1758.5 1758.5 1757.7 1757.7 BlueNoteo .09 .08 .08 -.01 Oilexco o 15.69 15.16 15.45 -.02 Dec 08407.00 413.00 401.00 401.00 -6.00 CATTLE (CME) Mar 09 1740.0 1768.3 1740.0 1768.3 +7.7 42,000 gallons- dollars per gallon BombdrBSV 6.97 6.78 6.85 Orezone o 1.00 .87 1.00 +.15 Mar 09 426.00 431.00 420.00 420.00 -6.00 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. May 091785.0 1785.0 1777.5 1777.8 +7.8 Aug 083.0317 3.0833 2.9967 3.0323-.0271 BreakwaterRes .30 .28 .28 -.01 PacRubialeso 9.74 9.50 9.60 +.05 May 09443.00 443.00 432.00 432.00 -6.00 Aug 08 98.60 98.95 97.62 97.82 -.73 Est. sales 15,120. Thu's sales 30,330 Sep 083.0427 3.1014 3.0126 3.0408-.0356 CGIGrpASV 10.64 10.40 10.58 +.19 ParamountUn 8.25 7.96 8.20 +.25 Jul 09 443.00 -6.00 Oct 08 105.80 106.00 104.80 105.10 -.85 Thu's open int. 136,273, -1,256 Oct 08 2.9520 3.0089 2.9264 2.9478-.0421 CIBC 60.27 57.53 58.64 -.94 PennWestUn 30.99 29.95 30.85 +1.04 Sep 09 454.00 -6.00 Dec 08108.30 108.30 107.10 107.30 HI GRADE COPPER (COMX) -1.00 25,000 lbs.- cents per lb. CPRailway 63.54 62.53 63.18 +.67 PetroCanada 47.49 45.40 47.22 +1.18 Nov 082.9742 3.0186 2.9459 2.9653-.0446 CamecoCorp 36.87 35.30 36.38 +.79 PointsIntlo 1.00 .96 .98 Dec 09 468.00 -6.00 Feb 09 108.97 109.00 107.80 108.52 -.53 Jul 08 370.00 371.00 367.00 370.40 Est. sales 1,627. Thu's sales 1,627 +2.70 Dec 082.9968 3.0335 2.9710 2.9868-.0466 CdnNatRail 54.43 53.14 54.40 +.61 PotashCorp 208.92 192.05 205.89 +9.04 Apr 09 110.85 110.85 109.80 110.32 -.53 Aug 08366.00 366.50 363.40 366.30 +3.90 Jan 09 3.0131 3.0335 3.0000 3.0118-.0476 CdnNatRes 79.89 77.01 77.72 -.38 Thu's open int. 15,960, +127 Jun 09 108.52 108.97 107.90 108.65 -.25 Sep 08360.85 361.40 356.90 360.50 PowerCorpSV 31.25 30.59 31.06 +.01 WINTER WHEAT (KCBT) +2.80 Feb 09 3.0300 3.0550 3.0300 3.0373-.0481 CdnOilSndsT 48.22 46.80 47.52 +.57 ProgressUn 14.49 13.78 14.26 +.18 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Aug 09110.00 110.40 109.50 109.95 -.45 Oct 08 356.80 360.25 356.80 359.80 +2.65 Est. sales 29,912. Thu's sales 62,057 CelesticaSV 8.44 7.99 8.13 -.50 QuadraMng 18.28 17.06 17.65 +.45 Sep 08816.00 845.00 813.00 832.00+15.00 Est. sales 20,415. Thu's sales 38,264 Nov 08357.05 359.20 357.05 359.00 +2.45 Thu's open int. 229,148, -5,592 CentaminOrd 1.06 1.03 1.05 -.04 RedBacko 8.89 8.41 8.85 +.26 Dec 08840.00 869.00 837.00 858.00+17.00 Thu's open int. 299,487, +736 FEEDER CATTLE (CME) Dec 08358.60 359.15 354.40 358.20 +2.55 HEATING OIL (NYMX) ClineMiningo 1.04 .81 .96 -.03 ResrchInMotn 119.96 113.75 119.96 +3.59 Mar 09 864.00 883.00 864.00 880.00+15.00 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Jan 09 354.00 357.75 354.00 357.10 +2.50 42,000 gal, cents per gal Crystallexo .78 .72 .73 +.01 RogersCommB 38.47 37.21 38.38 +.88 May 09 890.00+15.00 Aug 08112.27 112.60 111.20 111.75 -.62 Est. sales 7,695. Thu's sales 18,540 DenisonMines 6.94 6.51 6.66 +.10 RoyalBank 45.15 43.83 44.92 +.69 Jul 09 875.00 901.00 875.00 895.00+17.00 Sep 08112.70 112.70 111.20 111.92 -.43 Thu's open int. 109,060, -982 Aug 08352.79 359.78 350.32 352.29 -4.42 DuvernayOil 82.04 81.96 82.03 SaxonEgySrv 6.91 6.90 6.91 +.01 Sep 09 901.00+15.00 Oct 08 113.52 113.52 112.40 113.27 -.33 EURODOLLARS (CME) Sep 08355.30 362.61 352.92 354.94 -4.52 EasternPlato 1.90 1.79 1.86 +.06 SearsCanada 22.36 22.00 22.19 -.11 Dec 09908.00 923.00 908.00 916.00+15.00 Nov 08114.55 114.55 113.25 114.22 $1 million-pts of 100 pct. Oct 08 358.40 365.30 356.78 358.09 -4.57 EldoradoGld 8.08 7.71 8.08 +.25 ShawCommBNV22.90 21.79 22.14 -.32 -.58 Est. sales 5,713. Thu's sales 14,971 Aug 0897.162 97.167 97.140 97.152 -.018 EnCanaCorp 76.60 73.60 75.33 +1.92 SherrittIntl 11.48 11.01 11.16 -.32 Jan 09 114.40 114.40 113.50 114.27 -.18 Thu's open int. 98,203, -814 Mar 09 114.00 114.00 113.50 113.90 -.50 Sep 0897.105 97.115 97.070 97.085 -.025 Nov 08362.38 368.35 360.85 361.74 -4.62 EnsignEngy 21.75 20.82 21.05 -.71 SierraWirelss 14.21 13.18 13.90 +.51 COTTON 2 (NYBT) Apr 09 114.00 114.00 113.90 113.90 -.40 Oct 08 96.970 96.980 96.955 96.955 -.055 Dec 08365.05 371.94 363.60 365.19 -4.67 EqnoxMnrlso 3.80 3.51 3.54 -.08 SilverWheaton 14.99 14.50 14.85 +.26 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Nov 0896.910 96.960 96.900 96.900 -.050 Jan 09 368.45 372.77 368.07 368.19 -4.72 EspialGroupo 1.00 .87 .95 -.10 SunLifeFin 43.26 42.43 43.00 +.09 Oct 08 71.23 72.01 70.75 71.68 +.64 Est. sales 2,692. Thu's sales 5,380 Thu's open int. 32,447, +96 Dec 0896.945 96.950 96.835 96.855 -.070 Feb 09 370.38 376.80 369.99 369.99 -4.77 FNXMining 17.45 15.24 17.36 +1.61 SuncorEngy 55.30 51.87 55.04 +2.13 Dec 08 73.93 74.84 73.45 74.50 +.64 HOGS-Lean (CME) Jan 09 96.860 96.895 96.855 96.860 -.065 Est. sales 33,738. Thu's sales 74,964 FarallonReso .58 .55 .57 +.01 SynencoClA 10.22 10.19 10.21 Mar 09 79.47 80.09 78.91 79.95 +.62 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Mar 09 96.860 96.870 96.725 96.755 -.075 Thu's open int. 228,511, +1,430 FirstClgryo 2.68 2.50 2.56 +.04 T D Bank 60.90 59.36 60.47 +.43 May 09 81.22 81.50 80.36 81.35 +.55 Aug 08 79.90 79.92 78.50 78.60 -1.12 Est. sales 1,326,373. Thu's sales 2,625,815 LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX) GammonGoldJ 9.23 8.95 9.10 +.04 TalismanEgy 18.35 17.92 18.08 -.07 Jul 09 82.35 82.68 81.46 82.50 +.47 Oct 08 74.05 74.52 73.65 73.82 -.20 Thu's open int. 9,648,994, -58,532 1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl. GoldcorpInc 41.70 40.18 41.00 -.10 TeckComBSV 40.57 38.60 39.99 +1.33 Oct 09 84.70 -.15 Dec 08 75.35 75.75 74.80 75.20 -.15 LUMBER (CME) Sep 08123.35 126.51 122.50 123.26 -2.23 GrandeCacheo 6.48 5.48 6.45 +.84 ThompsonCreek15.75 14.94 15.72 +.36 Dec 09 86.04 86.57 85.47 86.50 +.53 Feb 09 81.70 82.50 81.25 82.37 +.45 110,000 bd. ft.- $ per 1,000 bd. ft. GreatCdnGmng 9.18 8.91 8.97 -.17 ThomsonReuter32.69 31.82 32.00 +.34 Est. sales 12,828. Thu's sales 8,603 Apr 09 87.45 88.35 86.82 88.07 +.47 Sep 08 252.8 259.8 251.6 254.2 +1.5 Oct 08 124.42 126.98 123.06 123.82 -2.15 HighRiver 1.41 1.35 1.38 TransAltaCorp 35.49 34.67 34.95 -.10 Thu's open int. 218,764, +1,035 COCOA (NYBT) May 09 91.75 92.45 91.25 92.22 +.27 Nov 08 254.0 256.8 252.7 256.4 +2.1 Nov 08124.55 127.25 123.44 124.28 -2.05 Hillsborough 1.03 .90 1.00 -.02 TransCdaCorp 39.05 38.22 38.45 -.55 10 metric tons- $ per ton Jun 09 95.80 96.00 94.35 95.95 ... Jan 09 269.1 271.6 268.0 270.6 -1.1 Dec 08125.25 127.63 123.79 124.62 -1.98 HrznCrdOilBr 8.99 8.71 8.87 +.25 UTSEngyCorp 5.26 5.11 5.16 +.04 Est. sales 19,919. Thu's sales 39,908 Mar 09 275.1 276.0 272.2 275.0 ... Jan 09 125.61 127.72 124.28 124.86 -1.93 HrznGoldBull 23.34 21.90 22.96 +.36 UraniumOneo 3.35 3.15 3.26 +.01 Sep 08 2757 2825 2753 2813 +69 Thu's open int. 225,508, -7,280 May 09 279.8 279.8 275.0 278.0 -2.0 HudBayMnrls 9.57 9.22 9.38 -.22 Feb 09 125.18 125.20 125.03 125.03 -1.88 ViterraInc 11.61 10.52 11.61 +.77 Dec 08 2788 2842 2772 2828 +64 GOLD (COMX) Jul 09 284.1 284.1 280.0 280.0 -4.2 HuskyEngy 42.40 41.60 42.40 +.96 WestrnCdnCoa 7.08 5.87 6.75 +.49 Mar 09 2790 2836 2777 2829 +61 100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz. Sep 09 285.2 285.2 285.2 285.2 -10.0 Mar 09 125.65 125.90 125.14 125.14 -1.85 HznBetaProBl 28.38 27.30 28.33 +.75 YamanaGldo 13.13 12.61 12.98 +.14 May 09 2788 2832 2788 2831 +61 Jul 08 928.40 929.20 921.20 926.60 +4.60 Est. sales 2,680. Thu's sales 2,138 Est. sales 14,240. Thu's sales 545,068 HznBetaProBr 20.24 19.42 19.48 -.55 YellowPgsUn 9.57 9.35 9.44 +.05 Jul 09 2803 2833 2803 2828 +60 Aug 08928.50 935.20 918.50 926.80 +4.50 Thu's open int. 14,764, +303 Thu's open int. 1,218,615, -138
    • Front Page 22 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com BUSINESS NEWS The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 Beers with more alcohol, flavor gain market share By JEFF BARNARD 6.5 percent of the U.S. beer because of some half- The wine-level prices ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER market, up from 4.5 billion dollar advertising may limit their mass BEND, Ore. — Tucked in percent in 2003. Many in campaign on behalf of the appeal, but plenty of a corner at the Deschutes the craft beer industry big brewers,” he said. “It’s people are still interested, Brewery, barrels that once expect their products to truly the consumer brewers say. aged fine wines and continue tugging at becoming self-educated. “I sell beer for 15 dollars whiskeys are nurturing “premium” beers’ share of “It’s a kind of a blue- a bottle and I can’t make beverages that are chal- a market valued at $95 collar connoisseurship. enough of it,” said Natalie lenging drinkers to think of billion, including sales in Anybody can afford to buy Cilurzo, who co-owns beer more like wine. bars and restaurants. the world’s best beers. But Russian River Brewing Co. High-alcohol brews like “It is not a fad,” said Julia if you wanted to buy a in Santa Rosa, Calif., with Black Butte XX and The Herz, director of craft beer bottle of the world’s best her husband, Vinnie. Abyss, known in the trade marketing for the Brewers wine, you’d have to spend Unlike wine, which is as big or extreme beers, are Association, a Denver-based thousands of dollars.” just grapes, beer is general- among many craft beers trade group that represents Growing out of home- ly made from three or four that are grabbing a grow- more than 1,000 of the 1,400 brewers’ efforts to emulate ingredients. Malted barley ing market share in the craft breweries in the nation. British and German beers, delivers the body, yeast United States from their “It’s a solid direction the craft beers started showing ferments with the sugar in mass-produced and market is going.” up about 30 years ago, and the barley to make the heavily advertised counter- It is uncertain how fast bigger varieties bubbled up alcohol, and hops deliver parts. Even at prices craft beers will continue to in the mid-1990s on both the bitterness. Some are ranging from $4 to more grow, but Herz said the coasts as brewmasters flavored with offbeat than $100 for a single indicators are good. After a chased their fantasies to ingredients, such as coffee, bottle. shakeout in the mid 1990s, the outer limits. chocolate, spices and fruit. “We are looking for what the nation’s remaining That’s when Vinnie Wooden barrels that we like to term that ‘Wow 1,400 craft brewers have a Cilurzo, a former wine formerly held wine or Factor,”’ said Deschutes stronger hold on shelf maker, made his first whisky can add nuance CEO Gary Fish. “We want space and restaurant double India pale ale at the and structure. somebody to take a drink, menus. Anheuser-Busch bygone Blind Pig Brewery “It’s just become like an stop, look at the glass and and Coors are making their in California. It’s when arms race,” said Younger, own line of full-flavored Rogue Ales in Oregon the Portland bar owner. say, ‘What was that?”’ beers. And the Brewers packed extra hops into its “One brewer did it. Anoth- Sales of premium beers, Association’s book “Start Imperial Stout, Calagione er said, ‘I can kick it up a which include the house- Your Own Brewery” has opened Dogfish Head and notch.”’ hold names of Budweiser, sold more than 1,000 Boston Brewing Co. At Elegance, a wine and Coors Light and Miller copies. founder Jim Koch started antiques shop in Grants High Life, have been nearly “A brewery in every town brewing Samuel Adams Pass, owner Carl Raskin flat — up just 1.9 percent is not so crazy to think Triple Bock, which evolved recently bowed to AP PHOTO last year according to about in the future,” she into Utopias. The market’s entreaties from local beer Information Resources Deschutes craft brews are displayed at the Deschutes said. “It all goes back to the strongest beer at 27 distributors to add high- Brewery in Bend, Ore., May 6. Inc., a retail research firm. movement of consuming percent alcohol, Utopias is end beers. He found them As consumer tastes products that are locally also its most expensive at a refreshing change from floats in champagne flutes. through a range of IPAs change and rising costs for produced. $140 for a 24-ounce bottle. wine, which besides being The drinks consisted of and finished with a ingredients pinch their “Who would have ever “They are not lawnmow- pricier seems more apple-flavored Belgian- Belgian-style ale in bottles profits, the nation’s biggest thought that Denver, Colo., er beers,” cautioned Don serious. style ale with dollops of sealed with a cork. brewers are looking for would become the Napa Younger, owner of the At one of his monthly caramel-vanilla ice cream. “To me, beer is just fun,” relief in consolidation. No. Valley of beer?” she said. Horse Brass Pub in Port- tastings, he served beer Another tasting ran he said. “Drink it. Enjoy it.” 1 Anheuser-Busch is being More than 60 breweries lie land, who has been a close taken over by Belgian within in a 100-mile radius observer of the craft beer beverage giant InBev SA. of Denver. scene from its beginnings. No. 2 Miller Brewing Co. Their small size gives “Your average run-of-the- and No. 3 Molson Coors Brewing Co. are combining craft brewers the freedom mill lager will in most Take Our Town with you to explore the outer limits states come in around 3.8 U.S. operations. of beer, and they are being or 4 percent alcohol. These Meanwhile, craft brewers rewarded by consumers have got something like 10 are grabbing more of the who value good taste, said or 11 percent, so you are market as reshape the Sam Calagione, founder of getting two and a half i? image of beer. They posted Dogfish Head Brewery in times the alcohol delivery 17.1 percent growth last Milton, Del. with them. year over 2006 and claimed “This hasn’t happened “You’ve got to be careful with them. But they are self-limiting. They are very rich. It would be like trying to drink a quart of whip- ping cream. Your body will reject it because they are so rich.” Brewmaster Larry Sidor describes the extra ingredients and aging that went into producing Black Butte XX, known in the trade as a big or extreme beer, at the Deschutes AP PHOTO BNA Business Name Awareness When you re away, you don t have to lose touch with your town. With the Sun s E-edition you have access to the daily paper anywhere you have an internet connection — looks exactly as it appears in print! it Brewery warehouse in Bend, Ore. ????? Go to www.sun-herald.com now to subscribe! 329013 ++ ?. ????? 'r? 1 - _- dition ? un E-e The S 99 00 nly 3t.h! iyl ? ??? $ 5 $ K? .. .. ;I O { - - 1 } n per motax) (plus ????? ????? - - ?? Money The Sun E-edition appears The Sun E-Edition appears LL Y ?? 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Busi- average the total assets from this are initially priced at $20 each, but a dumbest investment I have ever recently trading around 8 percent nesses with lighter business models year-end report and those from a made. At the time, “The Donald” below its record high of $241, while year later they’re trading at $35. At (consulting firms and software year ago. Dividing Barnes & Noble’s was being quoted in some finan- fellow fertilizer giant Agrium this point, you decide to “exercise” makers, for example) don’t have revenue by its average total assets of cial paper as “taking a position” in (NYSE: AGU) was off by around your options. lots of factories, storefronts or $3.2 billion yields an asset turnover the company, so I figured 11 percent. Sociedad Quimica y inventory, and are often of 1.69. In other words, Barnes & I’d ride his coattails for a Minera (NYSE: SQM), meanwhile, Since your options carry a strike more attractive to investors. Noble generates about $1.69 in sales price of $10, you’re entitled to buy nice gain. Right? Wrong! a Chilean fertilizer producer, started To measure how capital- from each dollar of assets. While I (and others) were seeing accelerated share growth up to 1,000 shares at $10 each — intensive a company is, Now that we have a net profit boosting the price of his holding only in 2008, and yet has fallen not the $35 that they’re going for calculate its return on assets (ROA). margin of 0.025 and an asset with our buying, he was selling some 27 percent from its June high. on the open market. If you exercise You’ll find all the numbers you turnover of 1.69, we multiply them his shares. I learned to never buy SQM is a major global producer of all of them, you’ll fork over need on a company’s recent balance to get a return on assets of 4.2 per- stock on the recommendation of a specialty plant nutrition for every $10,000 to your company for 1,000 sheet and income statement, in the cent. 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    • Front Page 24 D/E/N/C www.sun-herald.com WEATHER / TV LISTINGS The Sun /Saturday, July 26, 2008 TODAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THE NATION -10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s 90s 100s 110s Five-day forecast Seattle 66/57 provided by WINK-TV Scattered PM Scattered Scattered Isolated thunderstorms Isolated thunderstorms thunderstorms thunderstorms thunderstorms BREEZY channel 11/cable Minneapolis Billings 88/66 channel 5. Tune in 92° / 75° 90° / 75° 90° / 75° 91° / 75° 91° / 76° 96/64 WARM Jim Farrell at 6 and 11 p.m. 40% chance of rain 60% chance of rain 50% chance of rain 30% chance of rain 30% chance of rain © Z Detroit i New York San Francisco Chicago 88/65 86/73 CONDITIONS TODAY AIRPORT Plant City 70/55 Denver Kansas City 93/76 88/67 Washington 92/73 Possible weather-related delays today. Check with 94/64 UV Index and RealFeel Temperature® Today __ _ _ Clearwater ? 93/73 JJ Winter Haven your airline for the most updated schedules. ? 90/76 . D • i' F ' STEAMY 0 - ? 7 93/75 Id Los Angeles yV Hi/Lo Outlook Delays Tampa Brandon 86/66 Atlanta j j 9 9 Ft. Myers 92/74 storms afternoon 90/76 HOT 94/71 ?y j ? 6 6 91/73 j ? ' M' Sarasota 90/75 storms afternoon Bartow El Paso , ? 2C 1 93/72 85/69 SUN AND MOON Shown are noon posi- Houston 96/75 86 98 103 103 99 89 St. Petersburg 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. The Sun Rise Set 90/76 Apollo Beach tions of weather systems Miami 91/74 Ft. Meade The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index™ number, the Today 6:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. 92/72 and precipitation. Temperature 90/77 greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Sunday 6:50 a.m. 8:19 p.m. bands are highs for the day. Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme. The Moon Rise Set i . ? Fronts Precipitation t+ .f 7 RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather.com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather Today 12:50 a.m. 2:48 p.m. £' ?? a„etia 0 ® aeee factors. Sunday 1:35 a.m. 3:56 p.m. Wauchula Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice New First Full Last Bradenton 92/71 AIR QUALITY INDEX 87/76 Today Sun. Today Sun. Air Quality Index readings as of Friday City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Longboat Key Myakka City 40 Limestone Albuquerque 85 67 t 90 68 t Jackson, MS 91 73 t 96 74 t 29 85/77 92/72 92/70 Anchorage 64 54 c 64 53 sh Kansas City 93 76 t 95 71 t 0 50 100 150 200 300 500 Aug 1 Aug 8 Aug 16 Aug 23 Sarasota o Atlanta 94 71 t 90 72 t Knoxville 87 67 pc 90 70 t 90/75 " Baltimore 90 68 s 88 67 pc Las Vegas 108 82 s 105 84 pc 0-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy f for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 SOLUNAR TABLE Osprey c ;1 - Arcadia Billings 96 64 s 95 64 s Los Angeles 86 66 pc 86 64 pc Birmingham 92 71 t 91 75 t Louisville 93 73 t 93 72 t Very Unhealthy; 301-500 Hazardous Minor Major Minor Major 86/75 ? ? 92/70 r _ / ' I ""l 1 Main pollutant: particulates Today 12:37a 6:47a 1:01p 7:15p , I l Boise 96 64 s 94 63 s Memphis 94 77 t 98 78 pc Venice r Boston 88 70 s 84 70 t Milwaukee 85 65 pc 83 63 t Source: scgov.net Sun. 1:26a 7:41a 1:56p 8:11p Hull Mon. 2:21a 8:36a 2:52p 9:08p Shown is today’s weather. 88/74 North Port Buffalo 84 65 t 77 65 pc Minneapolis 88 66 pc 81 63 pc 92/73 92/71 Burlington, VT 87 64 t 82 64 t Montgomery 94 73 t 92 73 t Temperatures are today’s POLLEN INDEX The solunar period schedule allows planning days highs and tonight’s lows. Charleston, WV 87 64 t 90 68 t Nashville 94 71 t 93 74 t so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting Port Charlotte GO ; - Pollen Index readings as of Friday Charlotte 89 69 t 89 69 t New Orleans 90 76 t 92 78 t in good cover during those times. Major periods 92/75 Trees 2 Englewood Chicago 88 67 pc 85 62 t New York City 86 73 s 91 74 t -er begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 Grass 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. 90/75 Cincinnati 90 65 t 90 69 t Norfolk, VA 92 74 s 92 76 pc Weeds 9 Gulf Water Punta Gorda Cleveland 87 62 t 85 69 pc Oklahoma City 100 74 s 100 74 s Molds 11750 TIDES Temperature Placida 92/73 Columbia, SC 96 71 t 93 73 t Omaha 95 72 t 90 68 t absent low moderate high very high 92/73 Columbus, OH 86 68 t 88 69 t Philadelphia 90 72 s 88 70 pc High Low High Low Source: National Allergy Bureau Punta Gorda 87° Boca Grande Concord, NH Dallas 88 66 s 82 64 t 100 78 s 100 80 s Phoenix Pittsburgh 106 87 t 106 86 t 84 64 t 81 60 t Today 9:01a 2:42a --- 5:34p 86/75 Denver 94 64 pc 99 63 t Portland, ME 82 64 s 82 65 t ALMANAC Sun. 9:54a 6:59p --- --- Forecasts and graphics, except for the Fort Myers Des Moines 89 72 pc 86 64 t Portland, OR 76 60 c 76 54 c Punta Gorda through 5 p.m. Friday Englewood Detroit 88 65 t 83 66 pc Providence 88 70 s 85 69 t WINK-TV 5-day forecast, provided by 92/74 Temperatures Today 7:38a 12:58a --- 3:50p AccuWeather, Inc. ©2008 Duluth 81 54 pc 77 53 pc Raleigh 92 69 pc 92 72 pc High/Low 91°/73° Sun. 8:31a 5:15p --- --- Cape Coral Lehigh Acres Fairbanks 67 52 c 68 51 c Salt Lake City 99 68 s 97 70 pc Normal High/Low 92°/74° Boca Grande 4' 91/74 92/75 Fargo 84 57 s 81 60 pc St. Louis 93 76 t 94 72 t Record High 97° (1998) V Hartford 88 68 s 88 69 t San Antonio 95 74 s 97 76 s Today 6:43a 2:11p --- --- Record Low 63° (1971) Sun. 7:36a 3:36p --- --- MARINE Helena 95 60 s 92 60 s San Diego 77 69 pc 76 67 pc Precipitation (in inches) Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland Sanibel f ? l Honolulu 89 76 s 89 76 s San Francisco 70 55 pc 67 54 pc El Jobean Houston 96 75 pc 96 76 s Seattle 66 57 c 66 53 sh 24 hours through 5 p.m. Friday Trace direction in knots in feet chop 86/76 Today 9:33a 3:11a --- 6:03p Month to date 11.55” Sun. 10:26a 7:28p --- --- Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Bonita Springs 0 S . T 1 Indianapolis 88 71 t 89 66 t Washington, DC 92 73 s 89 74 pc Normal month to date 6.34” SE 4-8 1-2 Light 92/74 Venice WORLD CITIES Year to date 29.72” Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Today 5:53a 2:29p --- --- AccuWeather.com ® Normal year to date 26.99” Today Sun. Today Sun. Record 1.61” (1982) Sun. 6:46a 3:54p --- --- W 6-12 1-3 Light City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Amsterdam 79 64 r 77 63 t Mexico City 73 54 t 73 54 t MONTHLY RAINFALL FLORIDA CITIES Baghdad 116 82 s 118 81 s Montreal 83 65 t 80 65 t Month 2008 2007 Avg. Record/Year Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun. Beijing 92 78 pc 91 77 pc Ottawa 80 62 t 79 62 t Jan. 1.61 1.01 2.21 7.07/1979 City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Berlin 88 68 s 86 66 s Paris 76 61 sh 81 63 pc Feb. 1.72 1.28 2.32 11.05/1983 Apalachicola 89 74 t 88 75 t Key West 88 79 t 89 80 t Pompano Beach 89 77 t 89 75 t Buenos Aires 61 46 pc 59 48 pc Regina 82 51 s 82 57 pc Mar. 3.04 0.06 2.73 9.26/1970 Apr. 3.98 1.30 1.70 5.80/1994 Bradenton 87 76 t 86 75 t Kissimmee 93 73 t 91 73 t St. Augustine 89 74 t 88 74 t Cairo 95 73 s 96 75 s Rio de Janeiro 71 63 pc 74 65 pc May 1.22 0.83 3.15 9.45/1991 Clearwater 90 76 t 90 77 t Lakeland 93 73 t 91 74 t St. Petersburg 90 76 t 91 77 t Calgary 79 54 pc 77 51 pc Rome 85 65 s 88 68 s Jun. 6.60 3.75 8.45 23.99/1974 Coral Springs 90 75 t 90 75 t Melbourne 89 73 t 90 74 t Sanford 92 75 t 92 74 t Cancun 90 75 pc 91 70 pc St. John 88 79 s 89 79 s Jul. 11.55 5.72 7.78 14.22/1995 Daytona Beach 89 74 t 90 75 t Miami 90 77 t 89 76 t Sarasota 90 75 t 90 75 t Dublin 68 55 pc 66 54 pc San Juan 90 77 pc 90 77 pc Aug. 6.62 7.82 15.60/1995 Fort Lauderdale 89 77 t 89 76 t Naples 90 75 t 90 76 t Tallahassee 93 73 t 92 75 t Edmonton 81 52 pc 70 50 c Sydney 57 48 s 55 49 c Sep. 5.37 6.75 14.03/1979 Fort Myers 92 74 t 91 74 t Ocala 91 72 t 88 72 t Tampa 90 76 t 90 75 t Halifax 71 61 r 74 62 pc Tokyo 85 77 t 86 77 t Oct. 3.11 3.12 10.88/1995 Fort Pierce 89 71 t 90 71 t Okeechobee 90 71 t 90 72 t Titusville 87 74 t 87 73 t Kiev 81 59 sh 72 55 t Toronto 82 63 t 79 63 t Nov. 0.03 1.88 5.53/2002 Gainesville 92 72 t 89 72 t Orlando 91 75 t 91 73 t Vero Beach 89 72 t 90 73 t London 78 63 sh 77 61 r Vancouver 65 59 c 63 56 sh Dec. 0.31 1.77 6.83/2002 Year 29.72 29.39 49.68 (since 1931) Jacksonville 92 71 t 89 74 t Panama City 90 75 t 89 77 t West Palm Beach 91 75 t 90 75 t Madrid 91 64 s 95 64 s Winnipeg 82 57 pc 76 59 pc Totals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. Key Largo 86 78 t 86 76 t Pensacola 91 76 t 90 77 t Winter Haven 93 75 t 91 74 t Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, r-rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice. Saturday Television VEN-VENICE SPECIALS E-N-ENGLEWOOD SAR-SARASOTA MOVIES NEWS PC-PORT CHARLOTTE ARC-ARCADIA SPORTS SPG-SOUTH PUNTA GORDA KIDS JULY 26 PRIME TIME 5 PM 5:30 6 PM 6:30 7 PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 (4:00) Horse Racing World News News (N) Wheel (TV G) Jeopardy! (R) Peter Pan Three children journey to a magical land where lost Eli Stone: Heartbeat Nathan’s trial. News (N) Extra (TVPG) ABC 7 7 7 10 7 N (Live) 701510 420133 444713 799775 440997 boys battle evil pirates. (G) 889997 (R) 868404 147423 419133 ABC 26 7 11 7 N Horse Racing 24336 News (N) News Entertainment 41369 Peter Pan (‘53, Animated) Magical island. 86775 Eli Stone (TVPG) 98510 News (N) Extra (N) (3:00) PGA Tournament News 9959 CBS Sat. 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(R) 99201 Reunion 37648 97355 95137268 NBC 8 8 8 8 Pet Telethon 625220 News (N) News (N) Entertainment 86133 Office (R) Office (R) Law & Order (R) 82317 Law & Order (R) 85404 News (N) SNL (R) BROADCAST MLB Baseball: New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox American Idol Rewind: Top 9 to Cops (TVPG) Cops (TVPG) America’s Most Wanted Real FOX News at 10 (N) 240084 MADtv “Hannah Montana.” (TV14) FOX 36 4 4 4 4 4 @ from Fenway Park (Live) (HD) 689249 8 241713 159133 178268 fugitives. 247997 (R) 858369 FOX 13 13 13 13 13 @ (3:30) MLB Baseball (Live) (HD) 419775 News (N) 84713 Cops 3249 Cops 5084 America’s Most 80997 News (N) 83084 MADtv (TV14) (R) 33201 PBS 30 3 3 3 3 Wash Wk (R) Secrets of the Dead Uncovering a Untold Stories The Lawrence Welk Show (TV Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck, As Time 90404 Appearances Last Wine ‘Allo! ‘Allo! Soundstage Songs and stories. 51539 city. 819862 86713 G) 24959 Part 2 33607 69133 34959 43607 (TVPG) 20355 WEDU 3 17 3 Nature (TVPG) (R) 5268 News 423 Theater Lawrence Welk 9171 Served? Keeping As Time God Manor Brn Sprnova Globe Trekker 58423 CW 46 11 38 6 The Haunting 9252881 ‘70s ‘70s Two & 1/2 Two & 1/2 Football Sat. 5732715 Queens Queens News (N) Jim (HD) Family Family CW 9 9 9 Lopez Lopez Two & 1/2 Queens Two & 1/2 Queens Simpsons Friends Simpsons Friends CSI: Miami 81626 CSI: Miami 64171 MYN 38 11 11 11 24 (TV14) (HD) 6874336 The Shield 9002713 Seinfeld Raymond Under the Tuscan Sun (‘03, Comedy) 3512220 Star Trek 3531355 Sex City Sex City MYN 8 8 Mirror Has 2 Paid Program 24: Day 6: 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM Access Hollywood (TVPG) (N) Under the Tuscan Sun (‘03, Comedy) Diane Lane, Sandra Oh. A The Dead Zone Johnny’s South Park George Lopez Faces Russian threat. divorcee buys a villa in Tuscany. sweetheart. (TVPG) (TVMA) IND 12 12 4 21 Backstreet Dreams (‘90) ac Frasier (TV14) Frasier (TV14) Family Guy Family Guy UFC Wired 28775 Cheaters Caught in the act. (TV14) Chappelle’s Chappelle’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Autistic son. 45978 57201 71881 59171 77065 (R) 48539 52355 38775 (HD) 15423 ION 66 2 2 2 13 26 15 Paid Programs 99626 Baywatch (TV14) 88882 The Gambler V: Playing for Keeps (‘94, Western) aa Brady Hawkes rides to save his son. 187930 Paid Prog. Paid Prog. A&E 26 26 26 26 39 58 Erin Brockovich (‘00) aaa A secretary’s crusade brings out truth. 901201 Die Hard (‘88, Action) aaa A cop fights terrorists in a high-rise. (R) 646862 The Sopranos 658249 - ------------------------------------------- AMC 56 56 56 56 30 34 Fistful $ Road House A student finds trouble at a sleazy bar. 254510 The Last Samurai (‘03) American embraces Samurai culture. 45435591 Karate Kid II 5203355 APL 44 44 44 44 36 64 Precinct (R) 9241775 Precinct (R) 4303046 Precinct (R) 9237125 Comforts Animals Me or Dog Me or Dog Precinct (R) 9791686 Comforts Animals BET 35 35 35 35 40 68 Top 25: NE-YO 194572 106 & Park: BET Top Ten 430171 Hell Date Girlfriend Girlfriend Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood (‘03) a (R) 299626 St. Property 2 a 202510 BRAVO 68 68 68 68 35 Shear Genius 583442 Shear Genius 627666 Shear Genius 645881 Shear Genius 621201 Clueless (‘95, Comedy) Girl helps friends. 631688 Clueless (‘95) 651862 COM 66 66 66 66 15 46 How High (‘01) 4535256 Wayne’s World aac Friends make show. 2525442 Futurama Futurama Futurama Futurama South Prk South Prk South Prk South Prk DISC 43 43 43 43 25 29 Deadliest (R) 705336 Deadliest (R) 223442 MythBusters (R) 876423 MythBusters (R) 885171 MythBusters (R) 872607 MythBusters (R) 875794 MythBusters (R) 656881 DISCH 73 73 73 73 47 136 Big Medicine 7125881 Dr. G: Med (R) 4002626 Diagnosis (R) 6172355 Life Half Full 6158775 Life or Death 6178539 Untold ER 6171626 Life Half Full 2439607 E! 46 46 46 46 27 49 E! True Story 758794 Sat. Night Live 256046 E! News 823607 Kingpin (‘96, Comedy) aac Amish bowler. 836171 Sat. Night Live 822978 The Soup C. Lately FAM 55 55 55 55 10 42 Overboard A man tells an amnesiac she’s his wife. 334355 Father of the Bride Elaborate wedding. 633626 Father of the Bride, Part II (‘95) aa Midlife crisis. (PG) 880853 FOOD 37 37 37 37 - 62 Iron Chef Am. 6135030 Secret (R) Hvyweights Al Roker’s 2519881 Unwrapped 2595201 Secret (R) Secret (R) Secret (R) Secret (R) Iron Chef Am. 2410775 FX 51 51 51 51 58 53 Me, Myself & Irene (‘00) aac Personalities clash. (R) 8278572 White Chicks (‘04, Comedy) ac Under heavy cover. 8299065 Austin Powers (‘97) A ‘60s spy in ‘90s. 2325978 GSN 179 179 179 179 34 102 Millionaire? 4430602 Dog Eat Dog 3361355 Greed (TV G) 2524713 Millionaire? 2500133 Feud Feud Catch 21 Pyramid Lingo Whammy! HALL 17 74 6 17 66 Love’s Abiding Joy aa A family tragedy. 1743336 Love’s Unending Legacy (‘07, Drama) 6942419 Love’s Unfolding Dream (‘07, Drama) 4287620 Love’s (‘04) 5914539 HGTV 41 41 41 41 53 54 Color (R) My Space Get Sold Potential Worth (R) Hse Hunt Designed Design (R) Color (N) Divine (R) Hse Hunt Hse Hunt My Space Color (N) CABLE HIST 54 54 54 54 33 30 Quest for Dragons Mythical beasts. 3468930 Marvels (R) 5891125 Batman (R) 9596733 Batman Tech 9491189 Ancient Ink History of tattoos. (TV14) (R) 2316220 LIFE 36 36 36 36 52 33 A Friend of the Family (‘04) Serial killer. 748201 Murder on Pleasant Drive (‘06, Drama) 825959 Solstice (‘08, Thriller) Haunting secret. 757666 Army Wives (R) 847171 NICK 25 25 25 25 24 47 Sponge Sponge Sponge Sponge iCarly (R) iCarly (R) iCarly (R) iCarly (R) iCarly (R) iCarly (R) Lopez Lopez Home Imp Home Imp QVC 14 14 12 9 14 24 Around House 6316152 Saturday Night Beauty 4269862 Limited Quantity Linens 4271607 Electronics 4283442 By Popular 9405978 SCI 67 67 67 67 56 Snake King (‘05) a Giant snake. (R) 8576959 Copperhead (‘08) Unconrollable fear. 2535539 Anaconda 3: The Offspring (‘08, Horror) 2110046 Basilisk (‘06) 3787648 SPIKE 53 53 53 53 29 57 - -------------------------------------------- vs. Irvin 321626 (4:00) UFC: Silva Unleashed (R) 326305 Knockouts 5 326125 UFC 84: Penn vs. Sherk 215336 UFC 84 TBS 59 59 59 59 32 51 Sex City Sex City Seinfeld Seinfeld Queens Queens Men in Black II (‘02) ac 8047713 Men in Black II (‘02) Kay & Jay return. 91898862 Diary (‘05) TCM 65 65 65 65 105 High Country 6856930 Hour of the Gun (‘67) aa Showdown. (NR) 3519133 The Bad and the Beautiful (‘52) aaac 54940387 (:15) Sweet Smell of Success (‘57) 21096404 TLC 45 45 45 45 57 41 Property (TV G) 945268 Flip Hse (TV G) 446572 Estate Pro 175973 Flip Hse Flip Hse Trading (TVPG) 621797 Homes (TV G) 471274 Flip Hse Flip Hse TNT 61 61 61 61 28 31 F. Wedding 40951404 (:15) The Wedding Date (‘05) aa 66432959 Monster-In-Law aa Disagreeable mother. 221571 Monster-In-Law aa Disagreeable mother. 385862 TOON 48 48 48 48 46 50 Chowder Batman Beyond: Joker aaa 1530171 Naruto the Movie 2 Powerful treasure. 2228249 Naruto (N) Naruto (N) Ben 10: AF Samurai Shin (R) Bleach (R) TRAV 69 69 69 69 38 Planes 5347355 Log Homes 7149201 World Poker Tour: LA Poker Classic 5086336 World Poker Tour 1617607 World Poker 7078423 TRUTV 63 63 63 63 50 65 Investigators 3678775 Forensic Forensic Forensic Forensic Forensic Forensic D. Dunne (R) 3662143 D. Dunne (R) 9110020 Hollywd Hollywd TVL 62 62 62 62 31 71 Apollo 13 (‘95, Drama) aaac An explosion aboard the spacecraft. 8433510 MASH MASH MASH MASH MASH MASH MASH MASH USA 34 34 34 34 22 44 NCIS (TV14) 326978 NCIS (TV14) 841862 NCIS (TV14) 401133 NCIS (TV14) 410881 NCIS (TV14) 407317 NCIS (TV14) 400404 psych (TV14) 283959 WE 117 117 117 117 74 F. Circle Awakenings (‘90, Drama) aaa Drug experiment. 4289733 The Color Purple A black woman growing up in the South suffers hardships. 6839152 C. Purple WGN 16 16 14 14 41 18 Idol Rewind 587268 Home Videos 522012 Pets Pets Planes, Trains and Automobiles (‘87) aac 652171 News (N) 648978 Scrubs 911 CNBC 39 39 39 39 63 Paid Programs Sponsored. 2841571 Greed (R) 7367751 Makeover (R) 5367571 Suze Orman 1967715 Greed (R) 8717292 Makeover (R) 2988249 NEWS CNN 32 32 32 32 18 32 CNN Ballot (N) 324510 Week Politics 856794 This Week (N) 416065 CNN Presents: Black in America (R) 496201 CNN Presents: Black in America (R) 773862 CSPAN 18 18 18 18 37 9 C-Span Wk. 3810125 (:15) Bush Commun. America & Court 93065 American Perspectives Political and cultural issues discussed. (N) 605862 Am. Perspective 75881 FNC 64 64 64 64 48 60 Election HQ 4344030 Beltway Boys 4827152 FOX News (N) 2126607 Geraldo 2135355 Hannity 2115591 Geraldo 2125978 Respected Beltway MSNBC 42 42 42 42 40 Hitman Tapes 3793688 Eyewitness (R) 4830626 Caught on Camera (TV14) 4647775 Love Lockup (R) 2128065 Lockup (N) 2121152 Love (TV14) 2522065 CSS 28 28 28 28 49 Classic College Football 41249 @ Minor League Baseball: Tacoma vs Memphis (Live) 525152 Fight Sports World Class (Replay) 19210 ESPN 29 29 29 29 12 27 S IndyCar Series: Rexall Edmonton Indy 955539 Sport Cntr NASCAR NASCAR Nationwide Series: Kroger 200 236881 Baseball Tonite 222688 SportsCenter 658341 SPORTS ESPN2 30 30 30 30 6 28 NHRA Qualifying: Fram Autolite Nationals Qualifying (Taped) 9212152 U.S. Open Series Tennis (Taped) 1601046 X U.S. Open Series Tennis (Live) 3359607 Air Race Miccosukee Inside 851355 Rays On-Dk MLB Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays at Kansas City Royals from Kauffman Stadium (Live) FSN 984317 FSN 993065 Poker Superstars Invitational FSN 72 72 72 72 904591 854442 842607@ 589688 (Taped) 528161 GOLF 49 49 49 49 55 55 Paid Prog. 3685065 Post Game Nationwide Golf Tour (Taped) 7861336 LPGA Tournament (Replay) 6812666 Golf Central 2980607 SPEED 52 52 52 52 42 162 Drag Racing 9488317 S Championship Off-Road Racing (Live) 2641602 Wrecked Wrecked Wrecked Wrecked Motocross 4641882 Unique Whips 3464084 SUN 38 38 38 38 45 37 Coll. Ftbl Olymp. Fla TBA Undr Light Gridiron Greats: Miami at Penn State 115404 Gridiron Greats: Florida vs Alabama 858607 DISN 99 136 136 136 136 136 76 Hannah (R) Hannah (R) Hannah (R) Hannah (R) Hannah (R) Hannah (R) Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Zack & Cody Hannah (R) 573065 201336 208249 282201 553201 211713 Worlds (‘08) a (G) 2283201 Worlds (‘08) a (G) 1748688 992201 703404 ENC 150 150 150 150