Daily Commercial

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Daily Commercial
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Halifax Media Group
Publisher:
Rod Dixon
Place of Publication:
Leesburg, Floirda
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the source institution.
System ID:
AA00019282:00109


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text

PAGE 1

FREE DELIVERYWith Any New Cart Purchase rffnntb LAKE MINNEOLA GETS PAST MOUNT DORA, SPORTS B1 INSURANCE: Some fall through the cracks as health coverage law goes live A6 ACCUSED: Anonymous letter claims police misconduct A3 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Friday, January 10, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com Vol. 137 No. 10 4 sections INDEX CLASSIFIED D1 COMICS C6 CROSSWORDS D1 DIVERSIONS C7 LEGALS D1 MONEY B4 NATION A6 OBITUARIES A4 SPORTS B1 VOICES A7 WORLD A6 TODAYS WEATHER Detailed forecast on page A8. 80 / 66 Periods of sun with a shower 50 TOP WEEKENDS 3 Gourmet food trucks will line up on Main Street in Leesburg beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday for a Food Truck N Flick Night. Free entertainment and a free showing of the Star Trek movie Into Darkness on a 24-foot outdoor screen. A Comedy Magic and Hypnosis Show by Cesar Domico can be seen at 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the Mount Dora Community Building, 520 N. Baker St. Tickets are $30 for adults and $25 for children. COMEDY MAGIC AND HYPNOSIS SHOW Thirty ve artists will be taking part in a Big Bad Wax National Juried Encaustic Exhibit from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts Gallery at 138 E. Fifth Ave. The exhibit is free. BIG BAD WAX ENCAUSTIC EXHIBIT FOOD TRUCK N FLICK NIGHT 1 2 3 STEVE FUSSELL Special to the Daily Commercial When Commissioner John Gunter arrived half an hour early for Thursday nights meeting at city hall he had to park on the grass. Inside the commission chambers, every seat was occupied and city workers were setting up fold ing chairs to accommodate the overow. Even so, key city staffers, including Com munity Development Direc tor Charlie Rector, took seats in the lobby within earshot of the crowded room. Commissioners on the dais eyed the crowd as a TV news crew set up its camera and Mayor Chris Bell hud dled with City Attorney Scott Gerken. As soon as the customary invocation and Pledge of Al legiance were out of the way, Bell introduced new City Manager Gary La Venia and thanked the crowd for Staff Report Lake County Property Ap praiser Carey Baker said his ofce has taken the normally complicated process of ling for a Homestead Exemption and created the easiest online application in the state. If you bought and occupied a home as your permanent res idence prior to January 1, 2014, you may be eligible for substan tial property tax savings, Bak er said, adding, ling online makes it easier than ever. According to Baker, the on line application page has a clean and simple design with easy-to-follow directions. He said the application process will take most property owners THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writer theresacampbell@dailycommercial.com T ennessee students from Austin Peay State Universi ty are making histo ry as the rst volun teer group to work and stay at Domestic Global Village of Habi tat for Humanity Lake Sumter in Eustis, the rst of its kind in the United States. The 10 students will ingly went to work on the construction site of two neighboring hous es in Mascotte earli er this week when the wind chill hovered in the 20s. Its warmer here, said student Dan iel Anderson, 20, who noted the weather was better in Lake Coun ty than the single-digit temperatures in parts of Tennessee. The APSU students are bound to be re membered for their warm hearts and ded ication. They were giv en an opportunity to take today off to visit Central Florida tourist attractions and theme parks, yet the students vowed to keep working for Habitat. Absolutely thats impressive, said Mi chelle Turner of Habi tat for Humanity Lake Sumter. They are really awesome; they real ly embrace the fact MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com The Lake County Sher iffs Ofce has identied a 2-year-old child who drowned after falling into a Clermont swimming pool, an incident that has left the family about $30,000 in debt. Tyler Dekle died Sunday, a day after he was taken to Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children in Orlando with a weak pulse from the incident. The Lake County Sheriffs Ofce is still in vestigating the drowning at the screened-in pool. Deputies respond ed to a possible drown ing at the 17527 W. Ap shawa Road home about 5:30 a.m. Saturday. According to an in vestigative report, a woman said she was watching Tyler and his 7-year-old twin brothers. She said the children were upstairs playing and she was downstairs watch ing television when she realized she hadnt heard the children stomping around for ve minutes. When she went upstairs to check on the children, she couldnt nd Tyler. After she and the twins couldnt nd Tyler in a shed, barn, tree line and other places, the woman told deputies she noticed waves in the screened-in swimming pool. The woman noticed Ty ler lying in the bottom of the pool, at the deep end, pulled him out and yelled for help. The report adds investi gators believe it was more than 10 minutes before the child was discovered in the pool. The father told deputies the child didnt know how to swim. Adults at the scene performed CPR on the child until deputies and paramedics arrived. Sgt. James Vachon, sheriffs spokesman, said Tyler was taken to South Lake Hospital where a weak pulse was discovered and then transferred to the childrens hospital. Funeral services for Ty ler will be at 11 a.m. today at First Baptist Church of Kissimmee. Friends and family are trying to raise funds on line to offset what they say is $30,000 in medi cal and funeral costs for the boy. Some $4,000 has been raised so far, accord ing to the website. For de tails, visit www.youcaring. com/medical-fundrais er/tyler-george/123387. TAVARES Homestead Exemption process made simpler CLERMONT COURTESY PHOTO Tyler Dekle was two years old when he died Sunday. EUSTIS Students work, play at Habitats new Global Village THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Linh Ngyuyen of Austin Peay State University laughs as she shoots pool in the game room of the Domestic Global Village of Habitat for Humanity Lake Sumter in Eustis on Tuesday. Family left deep in debt after child drowns in pool SEE SITE | A2 SEE VILLAGE | A2 Fruitland Park strikes proposed pension plan SEE PENSION | A6

PAGE 2

A2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 BRIDGE HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Friday, Jan. 10, 2014: This year you sometimes question yourself. Some of you might develop a friend ship with a person who is overly stern, which will re lease you from having to be your own disciplinarian. A friendship could end be cause you are transform ing. Know that not all friend ships last forever. If you are single, the person you choose to date this year could be a lot different from the person you choose next year. Let time play a strong role in any relationship you have. If you are attached, the two of you seesaw back and forth about what you want to do. You will be changing so much that your signicant other might be oored by your suggestions. TAURUS appears to be in dependent, but his or her values tend to be conser vative. ARIES (March 21-April 19) A positive attitude helps, but you might need to seize the pulpit in order to be heard. Others tend to respond to your way of thinking, and most likely that will be the case again. When push comes to shove, people will be on your side. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You will know exact ly what you want to do. A complication from someone else or from your schedule could force you to change your plans. Try not to be a perfectionist; be willing to accommodate the alter ations in your life. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Know when to pull back and do some much-need ed thinking. You dont al ways need to have the right answer at the right time. Realize the power in allow ing others to come up with solutions, too. You might reach a consensus that way. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Zero in on what you want. When sharing your plans with family members, you might meet some re sistance. Dont assume that others want the same things you do. You have time to make an adjustment and keep everyone happy. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You could be overwhelmed by what you need to do in order to have a situation go the way you want. You can come up with a solution if you tap into your creativity. You might have little choice but to go with the most ob vious answer. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) When others frustra tions take over, you will try to nd a solution. What you arrive at might not please everyone, but it certain ly will be a lot better than the present problem. Make it OK if someone wants to add his or her two cents. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Deal with someone spe cial in your life on a one-onone level. This person can be quite difcult at times, but you can handle his or her energy. Relate individu ally and not in crowds. Your perspective on this person seems to be quite accurate. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your intensity is met by a partners endurance. You are equals, but you both de mand control. Make a point to juggle different aspects of your personalities, and realize that you will have to meet this person halfway. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) Pace yourself, and if you screen calls from friends, you might be able to have your day go as you had planned. You might have mixed feelings about someone close to you, as the issue of trust keeps arising. Try to remain level headed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) Your imagination tends to be quite active, but rarely do you express it ful ly. You could nd opposition from others, as they like ly will catch on that you are holding back. Try to express this facet of your personali ty more often. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Listen to news more openly. You could feel like you are dealing with some one who is a stick in the mud. Changing your attitude might make your interac tions with this person a lit tle easier. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You might wonder what the results would be if you were to remain positive no matter what. Add a com ment or two to enrich a proj ect or an interaction. Oth ers might be more receptive than you realize. Your sunny disposition means a lot. HOROSCOPES HOW TO REACH US THURSDAY CASH 3 ............................................... 6-5-5 Afternoon .......................................... 7-3-7 PLAY 4 ............................................. 8-9-7-1 Afternoon ....................................... 1-7-2-8 FLORIDA LOTTERY WEDNESDAY FANTASY 5 ............................. 5-8-10-19-34 2 of 5 wins free ticket 3 of 5 wins $16 4 of 5 wins $555 Rolldown THE NEWSPAPER OF CHOICE FOR LAKE AND SUMTER COUNTIES SINCE 1875 The Daily Commercial (ISSN 0896-1042) is published daily for $91.59 per year (plus Florida sales tax) by Halifax Media Group at 212 East Main Street, Leesburg, Florida. Periodicals postage is paid at the USPO, Leesburg, FL. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. All material contained in this edition is property of The Daily Commercial and is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent from the publisher. Call 352-787-0600 in Lake County or 877-702-0600 in Sumter County 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. Call 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Satur day and 7 to 10 a.m. on Sunday. Call the Circulation De part-ment 48 hours ahead to stop service. 365-8200 In Sumter County: 877-702-0600 ADVERTISING Retail ................... 365-8200 Classied ............. 314-3278 CIRCULATION Lake Co. ....... 352-787-0600 Sumter Co. ... 877-702-0600 Circulation Billing 787-0600 ACCOUNTING ...... 365-8216 MISSED YOUR NEWSPAPER? REDELIVERY NOT AVAILABLE IN ALTOONA OR SUMTER GOING ON VACATION SUBSCRIPTION RATES SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: Call 352-787-0600 (Lake Co.) or 877-702-0600 (Sumter Co.) between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Prepayments for 3 months or more, mail to: Circulation Dept., The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 347490007. Billed monthly at the rates shown. SUBSCRIPTION REFUND POLICY: Subscription refunds will be calculated at the current basic subscription price, excluding the cur rent month. All refund requests must be made in writing and signed. Send to The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. (In lieu of a refund, we will transfer any remaining time on a subscription to another party or make it available to students through our Newspapers in Education program.) RECYCLING: The Daily Commercial supports environmental protection through recycling. Plastic bags may be recycled at grocery stores. Newspapers may be recycled at the Commercials Leesburg ofce, 212 E. Main St., during business hours. This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint. Home Delivery 3 Mos. Tax Total 6 Mos. Tax Total 1 Yr. Tax Total Daily/Sunday 26.82 1.88 28.70 47.22 3.31 50.53 85.60 5.99 91.59 7 days a week Mail Subscription 3 months 6 months One Year Daily/Sunday 45.19 84.88 163.16 Sunday only 28.67 50.72 92.61 SUBSCRIPTION RATES STAFF INFORMATION ROD DIXON publisher 352-365-8213 .................................. rod.dixon@dailycommercial.com MARY MANNING-JACOBS advertising director 352-365-8287 ............... mary.manning-jacobs@dailycommercial.com NEWSROOM CONTACTS TOM MCNIFF executive editor 352-365-8250 ............................... tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com TO REPORT LOCAL NEWS SCOTT CALLAHAN, news editor 352-365-8203 ........................... scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com REPORTERS LIVI STANFORD county government, schools 352-365-8257 .............................. livi.stanford@dailycommercial.com ROXANNE BROWN South Lake County 352-394-2183 ......................... roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.com MILLARD IVES police and courts 352-365-8262 ................... millard.ives@dailycommercial.com THERESA CAMPBELL Leesburg and The Villages 352-365-8209 ................. theresa.campbell@dailycommercial.com OTHERS PAM FENNIMORE editorial assistant 352-365-8256 ............. pam.fennimore@dailycommercial.com LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Email submissions to letters@dailycommercial.com SPORTS RESULTS Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by call ing 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Submissions also can be emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com. FRANK JOLLEY sports editor 352-365-8268 ................................ frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com GOOD FOR YOU/ CELEBRATIONS To have your club or organizations events printed in the YourCom munity calendar listings, just email the information to pamfenni more@dailycommercial.com. less than 15 minutes. Once theyre done, an email conrmation is delivered. Homeowners can le from the comfort of their home 24 hours a day, Baker said. There is no need to take time off from work or travel to Tavares in order to le. This saves homeowners time and money. Baker did a soft rollout of the new prod uct two weeks ago, and more than 200 home owners have success fully led using the on line application. Filing online is also saving Bakers ofce time and money. The rst priority was the user experience, Baker said. Its so easy to use. However, we also designed it to gain efciencies in the pro cess. We can verify and process the digital ap plications much fast er, Baker said. Floridas Homestead Exemption can reduce the assessed value of a Homestead proper ty by up to $50,000, re sulting in tax savings of approximately $790 annually on average. This amount will vary depending on the tax able value of the prop erty and differing tax rates from city to city. A Homestead Exemp tion offers homeowners additional protection as well. Homes with a Homestead Exemption are protected by Flor idas Save Our Homes law, which caps future annual increases in the assessed value of the property to a maximum of 3 percent per year. A Homestead Ex emption could save a family tens of thou sands of dollars over their lifetime in the home, Baker said. Thats a childs college education thats real money. The deadline to le for a Homestead Ex emption is March 1. If homeowners are un able to le online, they can le by mail or in person. Many of Lake Coun tys new homeown ers are from states that do not offer a residen cy-based property tax exemption for perma nent residents, so its important to spread the word about Home stead Exemption and other tax-saving ex emptions for our se niors and veterans, Baker said. In addition to Home stead Exemption, there are exemptions for se niors 65 or older whose adjusted gross house hold income does not exceed $27,590, several exemptions for veter ans and an exemption for deployed service members, Baker said. Additional informa tion is available on the appraisers website at www.lcpa.org or by speaking with an ex emptions specialist at 352-253-2150. SITE FROM PAGE A1 that they are the rst group (to stay at the vil lage) and they under stand how important their work is to our com munity. Next month, the do mestic village (also called the VolunTourism cam pus) will welcome a large group of volunteers from Canada. Several more col lege groups from around the country will arrive in March to work on Hab itat projects and stay at the 1810 S. Bay St. facil ity (a former church an nex building) that has been renovated to resem ble a European-style hos tel with enough space and bunk beds for up to 100 visiting volunteers to have a place to sleep, eat and relax while building Hab itat homes and touring area attractions. The 14,000 square foot campus features indoor and outdoor recreation of basketball, volleyball, Ping Pong, billiards, free Wi-Fi, a 50-seat TV media room and computer work sta tions, along with spacious a bathhouse with showers and a large dining area. I thought it was pret ty cool that we are the rst group here in a brand new facility. Its pretty nice, said Diana Trinh, 20, group leader, who coor dinates alternative break trips for her peers longing to do meaningful projects during school breaks. The group has been involved in doing roof work, paint ing and other tasks on the Mascotte houses. My favorite part is that we got to meet and inter act with the Habitat fam ilies, so we werent just going out doing hard la bor on a house. We were actually building toward something and for some one I had given a hug, said Aubrey Collins, 20. The idea of the domes tic village was the brain child of Habitat for Hu manity Lake Sumter CEO Kent Adcock, who worked as eld director on Habi tat building projects in the Gulf Coast region of Biloxi, Miss., following Hurricane Katrina. Everything was so dev astated; we had 35,000 people who contacted us by the Web and said they wanted to help rebuild the Gulf Coast, but there was no place to house the vol unteers. Everything was destroyed, Adcock said in an earlier interview with the Daily Commercial re calling how a high school football stadium was con verted to makeshift lodg ing for the volunteers. We rehabbed under the bleachers of the foot ball stadium and we made dormitories, Adcock said. And for the next four years, 11,000 volun teers a year came through that center. They came on a Monday and left that Saturday; they gave their time, their efforts and their energy helping to re build the Golf Coast. Adcock said his experi ence following Hurricane Katrina was the catalyst for the Domestic Global Village. This has been on my heart, and when I came here the board captured this vision, said Adcock, who wants to see 50,000 volunteers go through the center in the next 10 years to help build Habitat homes and also serve in the communities. Volunteers will come and stay a week with us and theyll help in the community, they will help in building Habi tat homes, and hopeful ly theyre going to spend some money in our busi nesses, eat at our restau rants and they are go ing to go to Walt Disney World and Universal Stu dios. This is going to be an economic engine for the community. He also believes it will be a transformational experience for the volun teers who participate. Adcock, a former minis ter, said he has seen rst hand how lives can be impacted through volun teerism. I ended up mar rying three couples who met in Volunteer Village in Biloxi; their lives were transformed not just in service, but in relation ships that they devel oped. VILLAGE FROM PAGE A1 THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Maggie Homolya photographs the rst volunteer group to stay at the Domestic Global Village of Habitat of Lake Sumter in Eustis.

PAGE 3

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com ... and well share it with our readers. Some of our best story ideas and photos come from our readers. So dont hesitate to share your youth activities, awards, accomplishments, festivals, charity events and other things that make our communities special. And dont overlook those family milestones birthdays, engagements, marriages, business promotions and military news. Just email your photos and news to ... pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com IF YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING, RECORD IT TAVARES Workers electrocuted on Hernando County jobsite Four workers with United Signs & Signals of Tavares were in jured Thursday morning when a light pole they were installing in Hernando County touched a power line, the Tampa Bay Times is reporting. The four men who were not identied were working on the ground, helping to guide the pole into place with the help of a boom operator, when the pole touched a power pole, became electried and shocked them, the Hernando County Sheriffs Ofce said. Two of the workers were serious ly injured and transported to the trauma center at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point in Hudson, while the other two received minor injuries and were taken to Oak Hill Hospital in Spring Hill, the Tampa Bay Times reported. The newspaper added that an employee at United Signs & Signals, 28248 County Road 561, was reached by telephone but said the company had no comment. MOUNT DORA Comedy, magic and hypnosis with Cesar Domico International magician and hyp notist Cesar Domico brings his Vegas-style show to Mount Dora this weekend with performances at 4 and 8 p.m. on Saturday and at 4 p.m. on Sunday at the Mount Dora Community Building, 520 N. Baker St. The event for the whole fami ly will host dazzling performances by Domico with tricks, humor and a touch of hypnosis and illusion. General admission tickets at the door are $30 for adults and $25 for kids. Also available online at www. mountdoramagicshows.com. LEESBURG Open house at PEAR Parks Nature Center The Lake County Parks & Trails Division invites residents to attend an open house at the Palatlakaha Environmental and Agricultural Reserves Nature Center, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday for an open house at the facility at 4800 University Ave. The open house will feature a col lection of rocks, minerals, fossils, and other natural specimens, and Eugene Gene Bouley, retired geol ogy professor, will be on hand to as sist with displays for kids and adults. For information, call the Lake County Parks & Trails Division at 352-253-4950, or go to www.lake county.gov/parks. LEESBURG Mote-Morris House open for free tours Leesburgs historic Mote-Morris House, 1195 W. Magnolia St., will be open for free tours from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Saturday for the public to see the 121-year old Queen Anne style house, built in 1892. For information, call 352-787-5969 or go to www.leesburgheritagesoci ety.com. State & Region NEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writer livi.stanford@dailycommercial.com The city of Groveland is investi gating allegations of sexual harass ment and racism in the police de partment. At the city council meeting this week, an anonymous letter was presented with attached docu ments containing a victims state ment, witness statements and in ternal memos. Redmond Jones II received the letter his rst day on the job as new city manager. And even though Po lice Chief Melvin Tennyson has been on the job only three months, the anonymous letter writer ac cused him of being a goldbricker who comes in late, leaves early and has already taken 15 days off. While Tennyson said he could not go into specics because it is an on going investigation, he added he has documents disproving the alle gations against him. Staff Report In the past three months, the Mount Dora Fire department has in stalled more than 400 free re alarms across the city, thanks to a grant from the Focus on Fire Prevention Foundation. Smoke alarms have been proven to increase the chances of survival by giving occupants ad ditional time to get out of their home during a re, Mount Dora Fire Chief Skip Kerkhof said in a press release. How ever, many residents do not have the appropri ate number of working smoke alarms in their home, which leaves them under-protected. Residents living in homes over 20 years old are especially encour aged to sign up for the free smoke alarm pro gram, said Kelda Senior, public communications ofcer for the city. Smoke alarm strobes and bed shaker alarms are also available free of charge for hearing impaired res idents. The Mount Dora Fire department is rec ommending that resi dents have the appropri ate number of working smoke alarms in their homes, and to make sure they are installed for proper operation and maximum efciency, Se nior said. Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years and tested month ly. Placing smoke alarms in bedrooms as well as in hallways could increase a familys escape time by up to 15 minutes. Mount Dora residents can continue to sign up to receive new smoke alarms through April 2014 by completing a re quest form on the citys website at www.city ofmountdora.com. MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com Ofcials announced the premiere of the new Sumter County Tourism web site at www.DiscoverSumterFL.com. According to a press release, the site contains information on tourism at tractions such as the Wild Withlacooch ee/Paddle Party in February, the Sumter County Fair slated for March, Mondays Webster Flea Market, airboat rides, sh ing camps and historical sites like the Dade Battleeld State Park in Bushnell, as well as restaurant listings for hungry travelers and lodging options for over night visitors. Sumter County Commissioner Doug Gilpin, who is also chairman of the Sumter County Tourism Development Council, said the site points out the countys commitment to tourism. We need an informative and com pelling website to promote our many diverse tourism assets, he said. The site, which was launched on Monday, also boasts a mapping feature that pinpoints attractions within Goo gle Maps, and recommends nearby eat eries and accommodations based on the location of website visitors. Doug Smiley, president of Wild wood-based Tangent Media!, the sites developer, said besides the usual tour ism related fodder, the website will seek to incorporate Sumter stories real stories of users experiences while visit ing Sumter County. User-generated content is key to an effective tourism marketing strategy, said Smiley in the press release. There is no more compelling advertising than the testimonial of an actual visitor hav ing a great experience while visiting the county, then telling others through their own words and pictures. Gilpin added they have several oth er initiatives in the works aimed at bol stering tourism throughout the county, including a series of sporting and rec reational events and an upgraded fair grounds facility, with a schedule full of new entertainment options. Sumter County businesses that bene t from tourism visitation are asked to participate in this online promotion al opportunity by submitting current contact information, pricing, descrip tive copy and quality imagery to info@ discoversumter.com to ensure their businesses are well represented, the press release adds. The mailing address for submitting materials is: Tourism Materials, c/o Tangent Media!, 7257 County Road 219, Suite B, Wildwood, 34785. MOUNT DORA Firefighters work to prevent disasters in peoples homes COURTESY OF THE CITY OF MOUNT DORA Fireghter Casey Forney installs a smoke alarm in a Mount Dora residents home. Police face serious allegations GROVELAND KELLI KENNEDY Associated Press MIAMI After a shaky rollout, enroll ment in the federal health insurance mar ketplace is climbing with more than 1 mil lion nationwide and nearly 18,000 in Flor ida. Yet anecdotal ev idence suggests Lati nos could be lagging their peers because of confusion about subsi dies, cumbersome re quirements for natural ization documents and fear they could unwit tingly identify relatives in the country illegally. Federal health of cials have not said how many of Floridas nearly 18,000 enrollees from October and No vember were Hispanic, but enrollment coun selors say they fear sig nups from that com munity are low. Yuraldi Baamonde, a 40-year-old mechanic from Miami, is one of an estimated 1.3 mil lion Hispanic Florid ians who lack health insurance, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprof it that studies health care issues. Hispanics account for about onethird of the roughly 3.5 million uninsured peo ple in Florida. Baamonde and his 35-year-old wife tried to enroll in a health Uninsured Hispanics targeted for health care WILDWOOD Sumter unveils new tourism website MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com The Lake Coun ty Sheriffs Ofce is in vestigating an alleged drug-related abduction of a man from a Sorren to home that left him injured but uncoopera tive with investigators. Lt. John Herrell, sher iffs spokesman, said Thursday the man was taken to Florida Hos pital Waterman and deputies were sent to the 31628 Round Lake Road home to sort out facts and conrm them. SORRENTO Man says he was abucted but wont talk to cops SEE POLICE | A4 SEE ABDUCTION | A4 SEE HISPANICS | A4

PAGE 4

A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 352-253-0059Visitpetlodgeandspa.comIn Leesburg, next to Home DepotDiscover why pet owners trust us for their boarding, day care and grooming needs. Army ~ Navy~ Air Force ~ Marines ~ Coast GuardActive Duty/Veterans Thank you for serving our country.Page-Theus Funeral Home and Cremation Services914 West Main St., Leesburg, FL 34748 352-787-5511 www.pagetheus.co Your Miracle Donation will change someones lifeMIRACULOUSTHRIFTSTORE2891 US Hwy. 441/27352-315-0002 Donations are being acceptedVOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY Get OutGo!& OBITUARIES Sandra C. Daniels Sandra C. Daniels, 75, of Astatula, passed away Wednesday, Jan uary 8, 2014. Born in Umatilla, Florida, she was a lifelong resi dent of Florida. San dra is survived by her 2 daughters, Denise D. Haynes, Astatula, FL, Christy L. Smith, West ville, FL; brother, John Michael Carroll, Mel bourne, FL; 2 sisters, Margaret Elaine Carroll, Melbourne, FL, Debo rah Langton, Umatil la, FL; 8 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchil dren. Services will be held at Harden/Pauli Funeral Home Chapel, Eustis on Saturday, Jan uary 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM. Interment will fol low at Tavares Ceme tery, Tavares. The fami ly will receive friends at the Funeral Home pri or to the service from 10 till 11 AM. Flowers are accepted or me morial donations may be made to Corner stone Hospice, 2445 Lane Park Road, Tava res, FL 32778. Online Guestbook available at www.hardenpauli. com Arrangements by Harden/Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis. Annie Henderson Harris A Celebration of Life Service for Annie Hen derson Harris, age 75, of Mt. Dora, FL., who passed away on Tues day January 7, 2014, will be held Saturday January 11, 2014, 11:00 A.M. at First Baptist Church of Mt. Dora, 1000 E. 1st Ave. Mt. Dora, FL. Dr. Thom as Jamieson/Sr. Pas tor, Ofciating. Inter ment will follow in the Pine Forest Cemetery, Mt. Dora, FL. Visita tion will be held on Sat urday January 11, 2014 from 9:00-10:30 A.M. at First Baptist Church of Mt. Dora, 1000 E. 1st Ave. Mt. Dora, FL. She is survived by her hus band: Charlie Harris, Jr. of Mt. Dora, FL.; daugh ters: Yolanda Harris of Marlborough, MA., Sheri Harris of Centre ville, VA., Teri Harris of Apopka, FL., Holly Har ris of Reston, VA., No elle Harris of Bethes da, MD.; one grandson: Harrison Smith of Cen treville, VA.; a host of other relatives and sor rowing friends. Mar vin C. Zanders Funer al Home, Inc. 232 W. Michael Gladden Blvd. Apopka, Florida. (407) 886-3388 www.zander sfuneralhome.com A Zanders Service Margaret Mary Krush Margaret Mary Midge Krush passed away on December 24, 2013 in Newbury Park, CA at the age of 91. She was formerly of Rock Island, IL and Lees burg, FL. Margaret was born on July 3, 1922 in Quincy, IL. She enjoyed playing bingo and play ing cards, especial ly Bridge. She is pre ceded in death by her hus band Pe ter; Infant son William Peter; Par ents John and Theresa Walford Duesterhaus; Brothers Walter, Law rence and Raymond Duesterhaus; Sister Dorothy Smith. Mar garet is survived by her children: Sharon White, Mt. Zion, IL; Robert Krush, Bettendorf, IA; Barbara Krush, Maui, HI; Jeanne Sparkman, Newbury Park, CA; 10 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren; niece: Sandy Warner, Cincinnati OH; neph ew: Chuck (Donna) Smith, Buckeye, AZ. DEATH NOTICES Salvatore Ceglia Salvatore Ceglia, 86, of Leesburg, died Sat urday, December 21, 2013. Page-Theus Fu nerals & Cremations. Barbara Devendorf Barbara Devendorf, 85, of Leesburg, died Wednesday, January 8, 2014. Page-Theus Fu nerals & Cremations. Brenda Birn Knowles Brenda Birn Knowles, 66, of Apollo Beach, died Monday, January 6, 2014. Hamlin & Hil bish Funeral Directors. IN MEMORY HARRIS KRUSH Daily Commercial r fntbr The packet pre sented to the coun cil includes sever al complaints about POLICE FROM PAGE A3 the police department over the years, includ ing the following: A female conve nience store clerk wrote in a victim/wit ness statement that in September 2012 a po lice ofcer grabbed her by the buttocks. She further states the ofcer continued to make comments on her attire in a sexual manner. In her state ment, she signed her initials, indicating she wanted to pr osecute, but the outcome of that complaint is unclear. An internal police de partment memo on the incident reported that several ofcers have made unwelcome sex ual comments about her clothes and differ ent body parts. In another incident, in November 2009, it is alleged police re moved a bicycle, tent, chairs and other items from a vacant lot, with one witness claiming the bike was hung from a tree by a noose in a manner that reminded him of a black man be ing lynched. In a memo, the chief at the time, T.R. Mer rill stated: I found no supporting documen tation or evidence that a noose of any kind was used to hang the bike in question from the tree where it was found. As a result of the inci dent, three of the of cers were reprimanded and a fourth received a letter of employee counseling. One of the ofcers stated in a memo: At no time was the inci dent meant to be mali cious or hateful. Jones said his ofce was waiting to get an ofcial respo nse from the police regarding the complaints, which was forthcoming. Once Jones receives it, he said he and the human resources pro fessional will review it, looking to nd out if there any violations committed by employ ees or anyone in the department. We will then take those necessary cor rective answers and in form the council at due point, Jones said. Herrell said the victim, who was a visitor at the home and report ed being abducted, no longer de sires to cooperate with detectives. Herrell added the owner of the home informed detectives that the incident was drug related and he does not wish to press charges. Herrell said deputies are con dent that this was not a random act and that this home was targeted. The sheriffs ofce did not release any names. ABDUCTION FROM PAGE A3 plan with help from a counselor Wednesday. An hour into the process, their appli cation was stalled be cause federal health ofcials needed to ver ify information. Baa monde was not frus trated by the wait, saying the process is normal and that he was eager to have cov erage that he could af ford. Navigator Juani ta Mainster said the federal governments website frequently asks for residency and naturalization papers from Hispanic appli cants, which can stall the process for weeks if they are mailed in. For the many Latino applicants who come from countries where government health care is free, its been difcult to under stand premiums, de ductibles and co-pays. Maria Jimenez, a nav igator for the Hispan ic Services Council in Tampa, says many as sume they automati cally qualify. They believe its government insur ance like Medicaid, she said. The Latino commu nity also wants some one to walk them step by step through the enrollment process, said Steven Lopez, se nior health policy an alyst with the Nation al Council of La Raza, a leading Latino advo cacy group. We know theres a nite number of re sources. Theres not enough navigators for the number of people who want that direct assistance, he said. Language is a bar rier for some. Nation ally, only 4 percent of calls to a government call center were Span ish-only calls, as of Dec. 10. Florida isnt spend ing any additional money on marketing and outreach and is relying on $5.8 million federal grant to fund navigators around the state. HISPANICS FROM PAGE A3 SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer WASHINGTON Weve become weather wimps. As the world warms, the United States is getting fewer bitter cold spells like the one that gripped much of the nation this week. So when a deep freeze strikes, scientists say, it seems more unprecedented than it really is. An AP analysis of the daily nation al winter temperature shows that cold extremes have happened about once every four years since 1900. Until recently. When computer models estimat ed that the national average daily temperature for the Lower 48 states dropped to 17.9 degrees on Mon day, it was the rst deep freeze of that magnitude in 17 years, accord ing to Greg Carbin, warning mete orologist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. That stretch from Jan. 13, 1997 to Monday is by far the longest the U.S. has gone without the na tional average plunging below 18 degrees, according to a database of daytime winter temperatures start ing in January 1900. In the past 115 years, there have been 58 days when the national av erage temperature dropped below 18. Carbin said those occurrenc es often happen in periods that last several days so it makes more sense to talk about cold outbreaks instead of cold days. Scientists: Americans becoming weather wimps AP FILE PHOTO A person struggles to cross a street in blowing and falling snow as the Gateway Arch appears in the distance, in St. Louis.

PAGE 5

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A5 Its Not Just a Floor...Its a Masterpiece! HARDWOOD CARPET352-771-236412 Orange Lane, Umatilla, FL 32784 US 19 North (Across from Beef O Bradys) VINYL $3.19 Installed DONT BE FOOLED BY SMALL PRINT! OUR LAMINATE INSTALLATIONS INCLUDE FREE: Transitions Move Furniture 1/4 Round Carpet Removal Upgrade Pad INSTALLATIONSTOCK TILE$3.6913 Colors 18x18 HANDSCRAPED 12MMrInstalled DONT BE FOOLED BY SMALL PRINT! OUR LAMINATE INSTALLATIONS INCLUDE FREE: Transitions Move Furniture 1/4 Round Carpet Removal Upgrade Pad INSTALLATION$4.39InstalledSTOCK INSTALLATION ONE DAY ONLY ONE DAY ONLY ONE DAY ONLY rfntrbntrffffff ffffffffff ffrbtrrffffrff Free Rides For The Free Food SERVING CENTRAL FLORIDA FOR OVER 25 YEARS! NEW STORE HERE WE GROW AGAIN. At our new store in Umatilla (Across from Beef O Bradys)Come Visit Our New Store!Bring this ad with you and enter for aFREE DRAWINGNo Gimmicks*Does not apply to previously written sales.$500 CREDITON ANY FLOORING YOU CHOOSE*fntbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb fnbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbDrawing will take place at 6pm SHARP! Saturday, January 11th.

PAGE 6

A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 FREE ESTIMATES 26thYEAR IN LAKE COUNTY showing up in force to welcome him. If anyone got the joke they didnt let on. Bell then nodded at Gerken, who an nounced that one issue on the agenda, a pro posed pension plan an nounced last month, was moot. State law requires that an actuarial study be completed before a pension plan can be enacted, Gerken said. We wont be able to move forward on this is sue tonight. Commissioner Chris Chesshire interrupted him. I move that we strike the ordinance, he said. Many members of the audience laughed aloud. Bell responded, You mean strike it or table it? he asked. Strike it, Chesshire shot back. Some in the audience applauded. Gunter spoke up. Will the actuarial study cost us anything? he asked. Gerken said it would. Then I second the motion, Gunter said. Bell, a 20-year veteran of Fruitland Parks of ten tumultuous politics, asked if there was any further discussion. Seeing none, all in favor of the motion say aye. The motion to strike the proposed ordinance passed unanimously. City commissioners will now abide by state law, which requires a lifetime pension after 20 years of continuous service in the amount of half their annual salary. PENSION FROM PAGE A1 RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and TOM MURPHY Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS Re cord-keeping snags could complicate the start of insur ance coverage this month as people begin using policies they purchased under Presi dent Barack Obamas health care overhaul. Insurance companies are still trying to sort out cas es of so-called health insur ance orphans, customers for whom the government has a record that they enrolled, but the insurer does not. Government ofcials say the problem is real but under control, with orphan records being among the rough ly 13,000 problem cases they are trying to resolve with in surers. But insurance compa nies are worried the process will grow more cumbersome as they deal with the ood of new customers who signed up in December as enroll ment deadlines neared. More than 1 million people have signed up through the federal insurance market that serves 36 states. Ofcials con tend the error rate for new signups is close to zero. Insurers, however, are less enthusiastic about the pace of the xes. The companies also are seeing cases in which the government has assigned the same identication num ber to more than one person, as well as so-called ghost les in which the insurer has an enrollment record but the government does not. But orphaned les when the insurer has no record of enrollment are particu larly concerning because the companies have no automat ed way to identify the pre sumed policyholder. They say they have to manually com pare the lists of enrollees the government sends them with their own records because the government never built an automated system that would do the work much faster. Its an ongoing concern, said Robert Zirkelbach, a spokesman for the industry trade group Americas Health Insurance Plans. Health plans cant process enroll ments they havent received from the exchange. Julie Bataille, communica tions director for the federal health care rollout, disputes the industrys view. We have xed the issues that we knew were a prob lem, and we are now seeing nearly zero errors in the work moving forward, she said. A federal reconciliation team, including technicians, deals directly with more than 300 insurers to resolve signup problems, she said, while the governments call center has caseworkers to help consum ers directly. Insurers use the term or phan for the problematic les because they are refer ring to customers who have yet to nd a home with the carrier they selected. The les have cropped up since enrollment began last fall through HealthCare.gov. The site was down an estimated 60 percent of the time in Oc tober. Since then, the front-end interaction between custom ers and the website has large ly been xed. But insurers worry that the back-end problems will grow more acute as they process the wave of customers who signed up at the end of 2013. More than 2 million peo ple had enrolled by the end of the year, either through HealthCare.gov or state-run websites. Aetna spokeswoman Su san Millerick said orphaned les were manageable over the short term. But she add ed that manually comparing enrollment les will not work over the long term and that the federal website needs a permanent x to eliminate the possibility of orphaned les. Bataille said the adminis tration is working the issue with every tool at its disposal, from software xes to picking up the phone and calling in surers. Among those who got lost in the paperwork confusion was cancer survivor Sharon Van Daele of Tucson, Ariz., who went back and forth be tween her insurer and the federal government for more than a week after her conr mation failed to arrive. Un able to get answers, she said it felt as if she had fallen into a black hole. She started the year wor ried she was uninsured even though the HealthCare.gov website told her on Dec. 22 that she had successfully en rolled. Some find insurers have no record of them JOHN MILLER / AP Sharon Van Daele poses in her home in Tucson, Ariz. DI DI TANG Associated Press BEIJING When her mind is clear, Gong Qifeng can recall how she begged for mercy. Several people pinned her head, arms, knees and ankles to a hospital bed before driving a sy ringe of labor-inducing drugs into her stomach. She was seven months pregnant with what would have been her second boy. The drugs caused her to have a stillborn baby after 35 hours of excruciating pain. She was forced to have the abortion by of cials in Chinas south ern province of Hunan in the name of comply ing with national limits on family size. It was the pain of my lifetime, worse than the pain of deliv ering a child. You can not describe it, Gong, 25, said in a recent in terview in Beijing. And it has become a mental pain. I feel like a walk ing corpse. Since the abortion more than two years ago, Gong has been di agnosed with schizo phrenia. She traveled with her husband to the capital to demand help paying for her treat ment, but she ended up being hauled away in her pajamas by police, a detention recorded on video by the Associated Press. Forced abortions are considered an accept able way of enforcing Chinas population lim its, but they are banned when the woman is more than ve months pregnant. Yet no one has been held account able for Gongs lateterm abortion, and oth er women in similar cases also struggle to get justice and compensa tion. Observers believe forced late-term abor tions are on the decline, though reports contin ue to surface. A Brit ish broadcaster report ed one in the eastern province of Shandong in September. Although China in November announced an easing of its onechild policy to allow more couples to have a second child, the over all system remains in place and local govern ments are still required to keep to population quotas. The new poli cy would not have ap plied to Gong because it allows couples to have a second child only if both the mother and fa ther have no siblings. Forced abortion highlights abuses in China policy

PAGE 7

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A7 YOUR EDITORIAL BOARD ROD DIXON ........................................... PUBLISHER TOM MCNIFF .................................. EXECUTIVE EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN ................................. NEWS EDITOR GENE PACKWOOD ..................... EDITORIAL CARTOONIST Voices www.dailycommercial.com The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875 EDITORIALS Editorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. COLUMNS Columns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. DOONESBURY HAVE YOUR SAY The Daily Commercial invites you to write letters to the editor. Letters should be no longer than 350 words. They must be original, signed with the full name of the writer, and include the writers address and telephone number for verication. We reserve the right to edit for length. Letters also will be edited for grammar, clarity, taste and libel. We accept no more than two letters per month from the same writer. No open letters, form letters or copies of letters to third parties will be published. We do not publish unsigned letters. Submissions are not returned. We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication. You can submit your letters by: Email (preferred) to: letters@dailycommercial.com By regular mail to: Voices P.O. Box 490007 Leesburg, FL 34749-0007 By fax to: 325-365-1951 O ne mark of a good song is that it makes Billboards top 10 list. An even greater indicator is its staying power whether it is remembered de cades after it was a hit. Perhaps the highest accolade is whether the artist inuences other mu sicians. All of these standards were met by the singing duo the Everly Brothers, one of whom, Phil, has died days shy of his 75th birthday. At age 16 I was a disc jock ey for a suburban Washington, D.C., radio station. I hosted a weekend music program called The Top Fifty Show. The Everly Brothers were always at or near the top of my list. Phil and Don Everly squeezed into the public conscious ness for only a few years be tween 1957, the year before El vis Presley left a gaping hole in pop music when he entered the Army, and the arrival of The Beatles, who more than lled that void beginning in 1964. The brothers music survives, not only in its own right, but because of its inuence on oth er acts, including The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Linda Ron stadt, Simon and Garfunkel and Bob Dylan. The music was danceable, the lyrics under standable and the sentiments memorable. My generation in vented rock and roll. While some of it was sexually sugges tive, it avoided coarse language and left much to young imag inations. Not all of us, includ ing me, understood at the time what Fats Domino meant when he sang I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill. Wonderfully handsome with good stage presence and great hair, Phil and Don expressed in their music what was in the hearts of many teenagers. All I Have to Do is Dream is about a guy who loves a girl and can al ways be with her in his dreams. Two of my favorites remain Thats Old Fashioned and Wake Up Little Susie, because they appealed to a moral code that has not been followed in many years, especially in popu lar music and culture. In Thats Old Fashioned, Don and Phil sing: Its a modern changing world, everything is moving fast; But when it comes to love, I like what they did in the past. Im the kind who loves only one, so the boys say Im old-fashioned. Let then laugh, honey, I dont mind. Ive made plans for a wedding day for you and me. Thats old-fashioned, thats the way love should be. Phil didnt practice what he sang. He married three times and struggled with drugs, but the standard remains a good one in an age of singers whose performances would be shame ful to most people alive in the s. In Wake Up Little Susie, the brothers sang about a boy and girl on a movie date. They fall asleep in the car and when they wake up at 4 a.m., the boy fears they may be in trouble with her parents: What are we gonna tell your Mama What are we gonna tell your Pa? What are we gonna tell our friends When they say, Ooh la la! There is also this: The movie wasnt so hot It didnt have much of a plot We fell asleep, our goose is cooked, Our reputation is shot. Who worries about reputa tion today? What followed in the s, s and s was mu sic containing foul lyrics, explic it sex, hatred of parents, gangsta rap about killing the police, mi sogyny. I doubt that those who listened to it will proudly play the music of their lives for their grandchildren as my generation can. From an Everly Brothers song that wasnt a hit comes a lyr ic that those who love the Ever ly Brothers might say ts Phils passing: Therell be a day youll want me only But when I leave, Ill be a long time gone... That day has arrived. While Phil may be gone, his and Dons music endures. What artist could ask for more? Readers may email Cal Thom as at tcaeditors@tribune.com. OTHER VOICES Cal Thomas TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICE Phil Everly has passed, but his musical influence carries on The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875 EDITORIALS Editorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. COLUMNS Columns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. F lorida lawmakers have largely failed to produce lower rates in their attempts to tinker with the states home insurance markets, but that doesnt stop them from trying. On Dec. 17, state Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, led the bill in response to rising ood insurance rates for thou sands of Floridians under the federal Big gert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act. The idea behind it, Lloyd Dunkelberger, of Halifax Media Services, reported, is to en tice more private insurance companies into a market dominated by the National Flood Insurance Program. If that idea sounds familiar, it might be be cause the Legislature has previously tried through lax regulation and limits on a staterun insurer to draw more private insurers to Floridas property insurance market. How has that worked out? Florida has the most expensive homeowners insurance in the country double the national average. Of course, those high insurance rates arent all the fault of the Legislature. Despite its eight years without hurricanes, Florida is still considered a risky proposition and most major insurers have deserted the states coastal areas. But the Legislatures failure to hold down property insurance rates should make Flo ridians cautious about the new bills intent to encourage private competition in the ood insurance marketplace. Brandes legislation attempts to offset ris ing premiums for thousands of Floridians because of reforms to the National Flood In surance Program. Biggert-Waters, which aims to reduce a $24 billion decit in the federal program, al lows premiums for residential property to rise to market rates. The premiums for current homeowners would increase over the next ve years, but new buyers of those homes would have to pay market rates immediately. While ood insurance rates in some cas es could triple or quadruple for some old er, low-lying properties, Florida TaxWatch, a nonpartisan research institute, estimates that premiums will rise for 13 percent of Floridas subsidized policyholders. Recent attempts in Congress failed to de lay the reforms, set to take effect Wednesday. But Brandes bill raises questions for legisla tors considering the proposal and for Florid ians who if the bill becomes law might someday have to live with it. From ocala.com. A VOICE Lawmakers seek solution to insurance stalemate The brothers music survives, not only in its own right, but because of its influence on other acts, including The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Linda Ronstadt, Simon and Garfunkel and Bob Dylan. The music was danceable, the lyrics understandable and the sentiments memorable. My generation invented rock and roll.

PAGE 8

A8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 360 S Hwy 27/442 Lady Lake 352.750.5227 Feed 2 for $20 Must present coupon rfTO DOWNLOAD COUPON GO TOwww.texasstockyards.comCLICK ON SPECIALS rfntb ANTIQUE CENTERANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES Over 200 Booths Indoors & Outdoors Open Saturday and Sunday 9am 5pm Enclosed Building open Friday 10am 4pm352-383-8393FARMERS & FLEA MARKETSaturdays & Sundays 8am 4pm Over 700 Vendors offer thousands of items.352-383-3141Guitars, Cars & CyclesSunday, January 12thSecond Sunday of Every Month ANTIQUE EXTRAVAGANZAOVER 800 BOOTHS OF ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Largest Antique Show in Florida January 17th 19th, 2014 rfnftbfGrab your top hats & goggles, and get ready to experience one of the hottest trends in decor, known as Steampunk. Youll see a variety of vendors showcasing this eras idea of fashion, culture, architectural, style, art, and industrial style furniture.Two Great Markets Located on

PAGE 9

Showcase Furniture 4580 Hwy 19-A, Mount Dora www.showcasefurniture.net357-0080 ASHLEY CROSS ISLAND COLLECTION SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 Sports sports@dailycommercial.com B1 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com NFL: Broncos preparing for Chargers / B3 JENNA FRYER Associated Press DAYTONA BEACH Tony Stewart is con dent he will be ready to race at full speed when the NASCAR season opens next month. The three-time NA SCAR champion has only been in a race car once, for a seat tting, since breaking his right leg Aug. 5 in a sprint car accident. The broken tibia and bula caused Stewart to miss the nal 15 races of last season, and doctors wont clear him to race until Feb. 14, the day before the exhibition Sprint Un limited at Daytona In ternational Speedway. The season-opening Daytona 500 is Feb. 23, just 10 days after Stew art will be cleared to get back in the car. Thats plenty of time, he said. Physically, Im not going to feel 100 per cent, Stewart said Thursday. But Ill be able to do my job 100 percent, so thats the main thing. Stewart was at Day tona for the rst day of preseason testing to support Stewart-Haas Racing, the team he coowns with Gene Haas. Mark Martin was sched uled to drive Stewarts No. 14 Chevrolet, but rain washed out all of Thursdays on-track ac tivity. The 42-year-old Stew art made a stop in the media center and was in good spirits as he spoke about his recovery. He felt well enough over the holidays to spend three weeks at home in Indiana, and returned to North Caro lina this week to resume physical therapy. Stew art said he doesnt hes itate to call his physi cal therapist at all hours FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com Lake Minneola boys basket ball coach Freddie Cole knows his team will not bring their A game to the oor every night. On those occasions, Cole spends most of the night prod ding and cajoling his charges through their funk. That was the case Thursday when the Hawks travelled to Mount Dora for a non-district game with the Hurricanes. A mis match on paper, especially con sidering Lake Minneolas 17-1 re cord entering the game and No. 1 ranking in Class 6A. Mount Dora, however, raised its level of play and an expected blowout turned into a 65-58 win for the Hawks, improving their record to 18-1. It was hard to get up for this game, Cole said. Our energy level was just not there. One of the hardest things about play ing every team in Lake County is maintaining that high energy lev el. Sometimes its just not there. Avery Brown led the way for Lake Minneola with 14 points. Anthony Brown and Carlyle Holder added 12 points apiece and Chris Weech added 11. Marcus Dodson and Andrew BRETT LEBLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Lake Minneola junior Avery Brown shoots the ball over Mount Doras Jefferson Vea during Thursdays game at Mount Dora High School. Lake Minneola won 65-58. JOHN RAOUX / AP Tony Stewart answers questions at a news conference on thursday during testing at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach. FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com P.J. Foster has turned the college basket ball court at Limestone College into his own personal playground. A senior from Leesburg High School, Fos ter amped up his play for his season year with the Saints and was rewarded on Tuesday by be ing named the Conference Car olinas Mens Basketball Player of the Week. It was the rst PoW honor of Fosters college career. Foster averaged 24 points, 1.7 steals, 1.7 assists and 3 rebounds per game in Limestones last three games to earn the honor. He also shot 50 percent (17-of-34) from behind the three-point line during that stretch, which makes Foster one of the na tions most prolic long-range shooters in Division II. A 6-foot-0 guard, Foster kicked off his tor rid stretch on Dec. 18 against Carson-New man with a 16-point effort in a 74-66 win. In the Saints next outing, against Catawba on FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com Frank Viola is one step away from The Show. Again. Viola, former man ager of the Leesburg Lightning and 1988 American League Cy Young Award winner, was named on Wednesday the pitching coach for the New York Mets Triple-A afl iate in Las Ve gas. He spent the past two sea sons as the pitching coach for the Savan nah Sand Gnats, the Mets Single-A afl iate in the South At lantic League. With the Las Vegas 51s, Viola is expected to play a major role in the development of the Mets top pros pect, right-handed pitcher Noah Syn dergaard. Viola managed the Lightning Leesburgs Florida Col legiate Sum mer League franchise for three sea sons, begin ning in 2008. He directed the Lightning to two appearances in the FCSL championship game (2009, 2010), winning the league title in 2008. LHS grad named PoW in college Ex-Lightning skipper earns promotion FOSTER VIOLA Stewart vows to be 100 percent RONALD BLUM Associated Press NEW YORK The Hall of Fame says its up to baseball writers to propose any changes in the selection process. The Baseball Writers Association of Ameri ca has voted on Hall of Fame candidates since 1936, and elections have become more controversial in recent years as stars tainted by accusations of ste roids use have fallen well short of the 75 per cent needed for entry to Cooperstown. Writers are limited to a maximum 10 votes, KATHY WILLENS / AP Former pitchers Tom Glavine, left and Greg Maddux, right, pose with former slugger Frank Thomas on Thursday after a press conference announcing their election Baseball Hall of Fame, Class of 2014 in New York. SEE FOSTER | B2 SEE STEWART | B2 HoF: Up to BBWAA to propose changes SEE HALL | B2 Hawks grind past Hurricanes SEE HAWKS | B2

PAGE 10

B2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 17 17 .500 Brooklyn 14 21 .400 3 Boston 13 23 .361 5 New York 12 22 .353 5 Philadelphia 12 23 .343 5 Southeast W L Pct GB Miami 27 8 .771 Atlanta 19 17 .528 8 Washington 16 17 .485 10 Charlotte 15 21 .417 12 Orlando 10 25 .286 17 Central W L Pct GB Indiana 28 7 .800 Chicago 15 18 .455 12 Detroit 14 22 .389 14 Cleveland 12 23 .343 16 Milwaukee 7 27 .206 20 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest W L Pct GB San Antonio 28 8 .778 Houston 23 13 .639 5 Dallas 20 16 .556 8 Memphis 15 19 .441 12 New Orleans 15 19 .441 12 Northwest W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 27 8 .771 Portland 27 9 .750 Denver 17 17 .500 9 Minnesota 17 18 .486 10 Utah 12 25 .324 16 Pacic W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 25 13 .658 Golden State 24 14 .632 1 Phoenix 21 13 .618 2 L.A. L akers 14 22 .389 10 Sacramento 11 22 .333 11 Wednesdays Games San Antonio 112, Dallas 90 Toronto 112, Detroit 91 Brooklyn 102, Golden State 98 Atlanta 97, Indiana 87 Houston 113, L.A. Lakers 99 Washington 102, New Orleans 96 Phoenix 104, Minnesota 103 Portland 110, Orlando 94 L.A. Clippers 111, Boston 105 Thursdays Games Miami at New York, late Oklahoma City at Denver, late Todays Games Washington at Indiana, 7 p.m. Detroit at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Houston at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Phoenix at Memphis, 8 p.m. Dallas at New Orleans, 8 p.m. Miami at Brooklyn, 8 p.m. Chicago at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Cleveland at Utah, 9 p.m. Orlando at Sacramento, 10 p.m. Boston at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. Saturdays Games Houston at Washington, 7 p.m. Brooklyn at Toronto, 7 p.m. New York at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Chicago, 8 p.m. Milwaukee at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. New Orleans at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Orlando at Denver, 9 p.m. Boston at Portland, 10 p.m. College Men Thursdays scores EAST Bryant 77, St. Francis (Pa.) 67 Hartford 80, Maine 65 Robert Morris 79, Sacred Heart 70 SOUTH Davidson 73, Furman 56 Jacksonville 88, Stetson 75 MIDWEST IPFW 82, N. Dakota St. 71 SOUTHWEST Texas-Arlington 83, Louisiana-Monroe 79, OT Women EAST Albany (NY) 94, Vermont 49 Drexel 68, Coll. of Charleston 55 Duke 86, Syracuse 53 Faireld 58, Manhattan 49 Rider 68, St. Peters 40 Towson 62, Hofstra 56 SOUTH Abilene Christian 88, New Orleans 44 Charleston Southern 81, Campbell 71 Delaware 57, William & Mary 39 Florida 59, Arkansas 52 Florida Gulf Coast 73, ETSU 58 Maryland 76, Wake Forest 49 N. Kentucky 72, Mercer 61 North Carolina 79, NC State 70 Northeastern 64, UNC Wilmington 50 SE Louisiana 67, Incarnate Word 55 Stetson 78, SC-Upstate 64 Tennessee 94, Mississippi 70 Winthrop 68, Radford 56 MIDWEST Bowling Green 58, Kent St. 39 Cleveland St. 78, Detroit 71 Michigan 70, Wisconsin 62 Michigan St. 70, Nebraska 57 Notre Dame 95, Boston College 53 Toledo 73, N. Illinois 71 SOUTHWEST Lamar 82, Nicholls St. 68 McNeese St. 59, Sam Houston St. 55 Northwestern St. 65, Texas A&M-CC 59 Stephen F. Austin 71, Houston Baptist 60 FAR WEST N. Colorado 68, Weber St. 49 HOCKEY NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 43 28 13 2 58 126 94 Tampa Bay 43 26 13 4 56 123 102 Montreal 45 25 15 5 55 115 106 Detroit 43 19 14 10 48 114 121 Toronto 45 21 19 5 47 123 138 Ottawa 45 19 18 8 46 129 145 Florida 43 16 21 6 38 102 136 Buffalo 42 12 26 4 28 74 118 Metropolitan GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 45 32 12 1 65 147 107 Philadelphia 44 23 17 4 50 117 119 Carolina 44 19 16 9 47 111 125 N.Y. Rangers 45 22 20 3 47 111 121 Washington 42 20 16 6 46 128 128 New Jersey 45 18 18 9 45 104 113 Columbus 43 19 20 4 42 117 126 N.Y. Islanders 45 16 22 7 39 124 149 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OT Pts GF GA Chicago 46 29 8 9 67 169 127 St. Louis 42 30 7 5 65 155 97 Colorado 43 27 12 4 58 127 111 Minnesota 45 23 17 5 51 108 114 Dallas 43 20 16 7 47 123 132 Nashville 44 19 19 6 44 105 131 Winnipeg 46 19 22 5 43 125 139 Pacic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Anaheim 45 32 8 5 69 151 113 San Jose 44 27 11 6 60 144 114 Los Angeles 44 26 13 5 57 114 91 Vancouver 45 23 13 9 55 121 113 Phoenix 42 21 12 9 51 129 127 Calgary 43 15 22 6 36 100 137 Edmonton 46 14 27 5 33 119 161 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for over time loss. Wednesdays Games Philadelphia 3, Montreal 1 N.Y. Rangers 3, Chicago 2 Colorado 4, Ottawa 3, OT Thursdays Games New Jersey 1, Dallas 0 Carolina 6, Toronto 1 Florida at Buffalo, late Washington at Tampa Bay, late Anaheim at Nashville, late St. Louis at Calgary, late Minnesota at Phoenix, late Boston at Los Angeles, late Detroit at San Jose, late Todays Games Dallas at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Toronto at Washington, 7 p.m. Carolina at Columbus, 7 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Colorado, 9 p.m. Pittsburgh at Edmonton, 10 p.m. St. Louis at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Saturdays Games Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Chicago at Montreal, 7 p.m. Florida at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Ottawa at Nashville, 7 p.m. Columbus at Winnipeg, 7 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Anaheim at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Pittsburgh at Calgary, 10 p.m. Detroit at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Boston at San Jose, 10:30 p.m. TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL Major League Baseball MLB Suspended free agent minor league OF Dar ren Driggers a 50 games after a second positive drug test and free agent minor league RHP Yonque lys Martinez 50 games after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES Named Luis Pujols man ager of Frederick (Carolina); Ryan Minor manager, Paco Figueroa eld coach and Trek Schuler ath letic trainer of Delmarva (SAL); Justin Lord pitch ing coach, Chris Poole athletic trainer and Kevin Clark strength and conditioning coach for Aberdeen (NYP); Jeff Manto minor league hitting coordinator and Ryan Crotin minor league strength and condi tioning coordinator. DETROIT TIGERS Signed RHPs Jhan Marinez, Luis Marte, Eduardo Sanchez and Drew VerHagen; LHPs Duane Below, Blaine Hardy and Robbie Ray; Cs Craig Albernaz, Luis Exposito, James McCann and John Murrian; INFs Devon Travis and Danny Worth; and OFs Ezequiel Carrera, Tyler Collins and Trevor Crowe to minor-league contracts. HOUSTON ASTROS Named Jeff Albert minor league hitting coordinator, Doug White roving pitch ing instructor and Morgan Ensberg minor league special assignment coach. KANSAS CITY ROYALS Agreed to terms with RHP Jason Adam, LHP Scott Alexander, RHP Aaron Brooks, RHP Kyle Zimmer, C Juan Graterol, OF Jorge Bonifacio, C Adam Moore, OF Gorkys Hernandez, RHP Sugar Ray Marimon, OF Paulo Orlando, RHP Cory Wade, RHP P.J. Walters, C Ramon Hernandez, INF Jason Donald, INF Brandon Laird and OF Melky Mesa on minor league contracts. MINNESOTA TWINS Agreed to terms with LHP Matt Hoffman, LHP Aaron Thompson, RHP Deolis Guerra, RHP Lester Oliveros, RHP Yohan Pino, C Dan Rohlng, INF Jason Bartlett, INF James Beres ford, INF Doug Bernier, INF Deibinson Romero, INF Brandon Waring, OF Jason Kubel, OF Darin Mastroi anni, OF Jermaine Mitchell, OF Chris Rahl and OF Wilkin Ramirez on minor league contracts. National League MIAMI MARLINS Signed RHP Kevin Slowey, LHP Andrew Heaney, RHP Jesus Sanchez, LHP Josh Spence, INF Juan Diaz, OF Matt Angle and OF Joe Benson to minor-league contracts. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS Assigned G Lorenzo Brown to Delaware (NBADL). TV 2 DAY BOXING 9 p.m. ESPN2 Junior lightweights, Arash Usmanee (20-1-1) vs. Juan Antonio Rodriguez (24-4-0), at Tacoma, Wash. GOLF 11 a.m. TGC European PGA Tour, Volvo Champions, second round, at Durban, South Africa 7 p.m. TGC PGA Tour, Sony Open, second round, at Honolulu MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 7 p.m. CSS Kennesaw State at Mercer ESPNU Radford at High Point 9 p.m. ESPN Wright State at Valparaiso MENS COLLEGE HOCKEY 7:30 p.m. NBCSN Alabama Huntsville at Notre Dame NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 8 p.m. ESPN Miami at Brooklyn 10 p.m. FS-Florida Orlando at Sacramento 10:30 p.m. ESPN L.A. Lakers at L.A. Clippers SCOREBOARD CONTACT US SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 FAX 352-365-1951 EMAIL sports@dailycommercial.com Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by calling 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Amateur Listings (col lege scholarships, meeting announcements, schedule changes, outdoors notices) can be faxed to 352-365-1951, or emailed to sports@dailycom mercial.com When sports are being played in Lake County, we want to report it and we need your help. Directors and coaches of recreational and youth leagues can send game results, statistics, team and action photos, and well publish them in the newspaper and on our website. Proud parents can send us individual photos and accomplishments. Just email them to sports@dailycommercial.com IF YOURE PLAYING, WERE INTERESTED Dec. 22, Foster turned in a career effort 33 points, which includ ed 10 3-pointers, to go with two rebounds, two assists, and a steal in a 79-59 victory. Foster returned to the hardwood after the holidays by scoring 23 points and pulling down three rebounds in an overtime loss on Jan. 4 against Mount Olive. For the season, Fos ter is averaging 20.5 points, three rebounds, three assists and 1.2 steals per game. He is playing 35.7 min utes per game and has knocked down and NCAA Division II best 64 3 pointers an av erage of 4.9 per outing. He is shooting at a .479 clip, including a .454 mark behind the arc. Limestone College is 9-4 this season and 1-2 in Conference Caroli nas play. Foster began his col legiate career at Bre vard Community Col lege in Melbourne in 2009 and poured in 20 points in his rst game, dropping in four 3 pointers along the way. He averaged 9.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game in his only season at Brevard and hit 39 3 pointers in 26 games. From there, Fos ter transferred to Pas co-Hernando Com munity College in New Port Richey in 2010 and upped his scoring aver age to 15.3 points per game, including a sin gle-game high of 37 points. He was sixth in the National Junior College Athletic Asso ciation in 3-point per centage. After transferring to Limestone follow ing one season at Pas co-Hernando CC, Fos ter redshirted the 2011-12 season. Foster stepped up as a redshirt junior to av erage 11.5 points per game for the Saints and hit 80-of-191 3 point ers (.419 shooting per centage). He scored 43 points in three games in the Conference Car olinas tournament and was named to All-Tour nament team. Limestone College is an NCAA Division II school in Gaffney, S.C. FOSTER FROM PAGE B1 of the night with ques tions, and believes ev erything is on track, de spite an Oct. 7 surgery to treat an infection. That surgery was his third since the acci dent. We were actually ahead of schedule with the therapy when we had that surgery, so it basically just pushed it back to where we were right back on schedule again, he said. Now it just feels like were back ahead of schedule again. Its still a ques tion mark of whats it actually going to feel like when we get in the race car and try to drive wide open for lap after lap. Stewart is denitely raring to go. Hes been driving a street car for four months, but his seat tting at SHR last month was his only time in a race car and he didnt want to get out. It felt like an old pair of shoes, he said. They kept telling me I had to get out of it. I wanted to sit in it. I felt like a kid. I wanted to keep moving the steer ing wheel and every thing else. They said, You have to get out so we can nish doing our job with the seat. That was kind of fun to get back in there. It kind of felt like the rst time I got in one. It was that kind of excitement. Stewart also said he will return to sprint car racing this year something he has in sisted he wont give up even after his ac cident at an Iowa dirt track. He pledged in the weeks after his crash to work toward improving safety in sprint car rac ing, and said although he hasnt worked on his 2014 schedule yet, hell be racing and has a sponsor lined up. The Cup car is the priority right now and making sure that were comfortable there, he said. Bouncing around in a sprint car is a little different deal. Well take a little more time, theres not a sense of urgency. Theres not a set schedule for it yet. Its more making sure that I feel 100 per cent. But were push ing ahead on that side, as well, and getting cars ready. STEWART FROM PAGE B1 and some say theres a logjam as Barry Bonds, Rogers Clemens, Mark McGwire remain on the ballot at a time new players are added. The Hall electorate in cludes anyone who has been a BBWAA member for 10 consecutive years at any point. Some say the voting group should be expanded beyond writers. Were happy, Hall chairman Jane Forbes Clark said Thursday af ter a news conference to introduce 2014 elect ees Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas. Were in an age where everyone does want to be heard, but we really see this as an issue that needs to be dealt with by the BB WAA. Dan Le Batard was kicked out of the BB WAA for one year and barred from future Hall votes on Thursday af ter he turned over his 2014 ballot to the web site Deadspin, which al lowed readers to choose the selections. Le Batard, an ESPN host and long time Miami Herald col umnist, said Wednesday he gave his ballot to the website because he de tests the hypocrisy in the voting process and it needs remodeling in a new media world. The BBWAA regards Hall of Fame voting as the ultimate privilege, and any abuse of that privilege is unaccept able, the organization said in a statement. BBWAA Secre tary-Treasurer Jack OConnell said ballots averaged 8.4 players this year and just over half of the 571 voters used all 10 picks. I dont think that in any situation one needs to react to a one-off and change an entire pro cess, Clark said. The BBWAA decid ed last month to form a committee to study whether the 10-man limit should be altered. The committee, chaired by BBWAA immediate past president Susan Slusser of the San Fran cisco Chronicle, is ex pected to report back to membership in July. While the BBWAA long was limited to re porters for newspapers and news agencies, a small number of web site writers have been allowed to join in recent years. Broadcasters and MLB.com reporters are excluded. The Hall of Fame elec torate includes anyone who has been a BBWAA member for 10 consec utive years at any point. ESPN broadcaster Keith Olbermann ad vocates eliminating the 10-players restriction and increasing the vot ing pool. The idea of exclu sively the baseball writ ers voting for the Hall of Famers is a vestige of state-of-the-art media of the s and s, he said. It was a very, very good and inclusive idea then. Shortly after it was instituted, it began to become less inclusive, to the point now where maybe baseball writers, the beat writers, are not a large enough group or may not be the most-in formed group. Certain ly theyre not the exclu sively informed group. He suggests voters in clude baseball experts such as broadcasters Vin Scully and Bob Costas, historian John Thorn and author Bill James. It would be I think ap propriate if the fans had a small voice in this, Ol bermann said. May be it literally is 1 percent of the vote is a fan poll. Why not? During the news conference, Maddux, Glavine and Thomas posed together as Hall of Famers for the rst time. They will be inducted July 27 along with re tired managers Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa. Maddux, Glavine and Cox will make it a spe cial day for the Braves. Another former Atlan ta pitcher, John Smoltz, will be on the ballot for the rst time in Decem ber. Ive given him grief, Glavine said. I told him he didnt have to go play another year he would be up here with us. It would have been cool if John was with us, Maddux said, but his day will be coming soon. The Hall plans to an nounce next week the caps to be used for the players plaques, which also will contain brief descriptions of their ca reers. Asked what words they would like to see, Maddux said over achieve, Glavine com petitor, stubborn or dependable or dura ble and Thomas con sistent and driven. HALL FROM PAGE B1 Mendoza scored seven points apiece. Cole said the Hawks will be boosting their depth later this month with the return of athletic forward Jean Francois, who has not played this season. Francois has played for Cole at Lake Minneola since the school opened three years ago. In other action on Thursday, Mount Dora Bible picked up a 65-51 win against Apopka Forest Lake Academy. Zac Ward led the way for the Bulldogs (134) with 22 points and six assists. Zach Brock turned in a double-double with 17 points and 10 assists. Blake Krisan also had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Lamar scored 14 points. In girls basketball, Leesburg blasted South Lake 62-31. Adrienne Jackson paced the Yellow Jackets (13-5) with 16 points, five rebounds and five steals. Kenyonna Boykin had 14 points, Ele tra Graham added 12 and Marshanique Kelly dropped in 10 points. In addition, Jada Perry had six points and Cedaja Watkins had four. Leesburg hosts Ocala Forest at 6 p.m. Tues day on Senior Night. Lake Minneolas boys soccer team stopped Citra North Marion 8-1. Three seniors Rickie Mortlock, Justin DiNonno and Jamon Elliott scored two goals apiece. Lake Minneola improved to 11-4-3. HAWKS FROM PAGE B1

PAGE 11

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B3 ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer ENGLEWOOD, Colo. John Elway followed up pos sibly the best free agent sign ing in NFL history Peyton Manning with another jackpot this season. Wes Welker and Louis Vasquez helped transform the Broncos offense into the highest-scoring team in the Super Bowl era, and a bevy of defensive signings helped rescue a unit that was hit hard by injuries and illness. Vasquez, a fth-year right guard lured from AFC West ri val San Diego, earned All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors after anchoring an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks in the NFL (20) this season and produced a league-high six games without allowing a quarterback takedown. Welker, pried away from Tom Brady in New England, caught a career-high 10 touchdown passes despite missing the nal month with a concussion, one of a record ve Broncos to reach the end zone 10 or more times. None of the other seven teams still playing has more than one go-to player who has double-digit TDs. Although Welker (two years, $12 million) and Vasquez (four years, $23.5 million) were the corner stones of the Broncos free agency haul, Elway, the teams executive vice presi dent, signed a slew of others who also played big roles in helping the Broncos go 13-3 for a second straight season. Dominique Rodg ers-Cromartie ($5 million), Terrance Knighton (two years, $4.5 million), Shaun Phillips ($1 million), Quentin Jammer ($1.1 million) and Paris Lenon ($940,000) all turned into big bargains. They kept a depleted de fense functioning through a rash of ailments that claimed starters Von Miller, Rahim Moore, Kevin Vickerson and Derek Wolfe and also turned captains Champ Bailey and Wesley Woodyard into back ups. We brought in good guys and these guys have been ef fective for us all year, Bailey said. And I thought T-Knight should have made the Pro Bowl. I thought DRC should have made the Pro Bowl. I mean, thats the type of years they had. Last month, Elway signed Jeremy Mincey when he was released by Jacksonville and the defensive end has helped the Broncos shore up a run defense that was exposed by running back Ryan Mathews and the Chargers (10-7), whom theyll face again Sun day in the AFC Divisional playoffs. Elways philosophy is to build through the draft but to add veterans to ll the gaps but only if theyre guys that will t in that locker room the right way. Elway doesnt want any body who will put individual desires ahead of team goals and spoil the chemistry. This locker room may be chock-full of superstars but there arent any super-sized egos or self-centered jerks. Mincey, who was released by the Jaguars after missing two team meetings and fall ing out of favor with a front ofce that gave him a fouryear, $20 million contract last year, had to pass muster in Elways eyes before he was brought on board. The Broncos reached out to the Jaguars and deter mined a change of scen ery and a reunion with Den ver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, who was his head coach when he had his best seasons in Jacksonville, would rejuvenate his career. Peyton knew exactly who I was when I walked into the locker room and welcomed me with open arms and said, We need a guy like you around, and I said, Appre ciate it. That made me feel really good from a guy like that, Mincey said. Knighton, who also played with Mincey in Jacksonville, said hes been nothing but a pros pro since his arrival in Denver. A trio of the free agents Phillips, Jammer and Vasquez were long-time Chargers who will be facing their for mer team this weekend. Vasquez signed at the start of free agency and he was the only free agent named AllPro this season, giving Elway arguably the best free agent signing two years in a row. Phillips came on board over draft weekend to re place Elvis Dumervil and he led Denver with 10 sacks. Jammer, a starter for the last decade with the Chargers, started just one game for the Broncos this season, and that was only because RodgersCromartie sent him out in his place in San Diego on Nov. 10, unbeknownst to the coaches. Jammer is like the other free agents in that he was lured by the chance to play with Man ning. Unlike the others, he hasnt seen the eld much. But he harbors no regrets. Elway hits another jackpot in free agency ED ANDRIESKI / AP Denver Broncos defensive end Shaun Phillips (90) works on drills as other defensive linemen look on during practice for the football teams NFL playoff game against the San Diego Chargers. KAREEM COPELAND Associated Press TALLAHASSEE Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan is entering the NFL draft. The university con rmed the decision Thursday. Jernigan was the an chor of the line and commanded dou ble-teams, allowing linebackers to run free and make plays. He was a second-team All-America selec tion and had 63 tack les, including a teamhigh 11 for loss, and 4 1/2 sacks. The 6-foot2, 296-pounder has tre mendous strength and is considered one of the top interior linemen in the country. Jernigan said in a statement: Its rare to get an opportunity like I have and Id like to take advantage of that opportunity right now. The Seminoles beat Auburn 34-31 on Mon day night for the third national champion ship in school histo ry. The defense los es senior starters in All-America defensive back Lamarcus Joyner, Christian Jones, Tel vin Smith and Terrence Brooks. ESPN rst reported the decision. Florida State DT Timmy Jernigan entering NFL draft ERIC TALMADGE Associated Press PYONGYANG, North Ko rea Dennis Rodman apolo gized Thursday for comments he made in North Korea about a detained American mission ary, saying he had been drink ing and was under pressure as he organized a game with for mer NBA players. The former basketball star is sued the apology through pub licist Jules Feiler in an email message to The Associated Press a day after he sang Hap py Birthday to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the start of the friendly game. Rodman has been slammed for not using his inuence with Kim to help free Kenneth Bae, the mis sionary in poor health who is be ing conned in North Korea for anti-state crimes. In an inter view with CNN on Tuesday, Rod man implied Bae was at fault. I want to apologize, Rod man said Thursday. I take full responsibility for my actions. It had been a very stressful day. Some of my teammates were leaving because of pressure from their families and busi ness associates. My dreams of basketball diplomacy was quickly falling apart. I had been drinking. Its not an excuse but by the time the interview hap pened I was upset. I was over whelmed. Its not an excuse, its just the truth. Rodman said he wanted to apologize rst to Baes family. Im very sorry. At this point I should know better than to make politi cal statements. Im truly sorry. In the interview, Rodman was asked whether he would raise the issue of Bae during his visit. Kenneth Bae did one thing, Rodman replied. If you under stand what Kenneth Bae did do you understand what he did in this country? Asked to explain, Rodman declined to respond. Bae, a Korean-American Christian missionary and tour operator based in China, has been detained for more than a year. North Korea sees mission ary work as a threat to its au thoritarian government. The U.S. State Department distanced itself from Rodman and said it did not want to dig nify his activities or comments in Pyongyang by commenting on them. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the department was open to speaking with Rodman on his return. We have not reached out to him. Weve said before, if he wants to reach out to us, were happy to hear from him and what he has to say, she told re porters. Rodman apologizes for comments about missionary KIM KWANG HYON / AP Dennis Rodman sings Happy Birthday to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un before an exhibition basketball game at an indoor stadium in North Korea. Peyton knew exactly who I was when I walked into the locker room and welcomed me with open arms and said, We need a guy like you around, and I said, Appreciate it. That made me feel really good from a guy like that. Jeremy Mincey Broncos Defensive End RUSTY MILLER Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio Braxton Miller still has a lot he wants to get done at Ohio State. Thats why the junior announced Thursday night hell return for his senior season. The 6-foot2, 215-pounder, a two-time Big Ten MVP, had been contemplating jumping into the NFL draft a year early. I want to help this team win a Big Ten cham pionship next year, Miller said in a statement is sued through the university. Plus, I want to im prove as a quarterback in all aspects of my game. Im looking forward to working for another year with (coach Urban) Meyer and (quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator Tom) Herman. And I want to graduate, so this will help get me closer to my academic goal. An acclaimed recruit out of Springeld, Ohio, Miller has started for almost three full seasons. Af ter taking over during a 6-7 season in 2012, under new coach Urban Meyer he led the Buckeyes to a school-record 24 consecutive wins. Miller to play senior season at Ohio State AP FILE PHOTO Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller passes the football during the rst half of the Orange Bowl on Jan. 3.

PAGE 12

B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 KEN SWEET AP Markets Writer NEW YORK The stock market wa vered for a second day Thursday as investors weighed disappoint ing news from the retail industry against more positive signals on the U.S. economy. Investors were look ing ahead to Fridays jobs report, as well as the start of corporate earnings season. Retailers were among the hardest hit stocks on Thursday. Bed Bath & Beyond plunged $9.93, or 13 per cent, to $69.75 and Fam ily Dollar fell $1.37, or 2 percent, to $64.97, mak ing them the biggest de cliners in the S&P 500. Both companies cut their earnings forecasts following a disappoint ing holiday season. The reports of tepid sales disappointed in vestors, who have been seeing signs for sever al weeks that the U.S. economy was improv ing and that shoppers were returning to the malls. It appears that the economy, while im proving, still has some weak spots. L Brands, which owns Bath and Body Works and Victorias Secret, reported that its sales rose less than analysts had expected. The consumers are supposed to be the fuel of this economy, and it doesnt appear to be happening, said Ian Winer, director of trad ing for Wedbush Se curities. If theyre not spending money at the retailers, whats going on? DAVID MCHUGH Associated Press FRANKFURT, Ger many The Euro pean Central Bank is ready to take deci sive action and use its full range of policies to keep the euro bloc from sliding into crip pling deation, Pres ident Mario Draghi said Thursday. The ECB took no new steps at its monthly policy meet ing, leaving its key in terest rate unchanged at a record low of 0.25 percent. Draghi said it would be pointless to speculate now ex actly which tool the bank might use. Yet his language, promising easy mon etary conditions and further decisive ac tion if required, un derlined the banks commitment to keep the eurozone out of a deflationary spiral, in which falling pric es choke off growth. Thats what hap pened for years in Ja pan, and its a trap that can be hard to get out of. He said the bank would use any means allowed. In theory, that also includes in jecting new money into the economy, as the U.S. Federal Re serve has done, though such a move would run into strong opposition from Germany, the eu rozones largest mem ber. To counter the im pression that the (ECB) lacked the stomach for the ght to preserve price sta bility, it chose to intro duce more muscular language, said Rich ard Barwell, an econo mist at RBS. Draghi repeated the banks reassurance that it intends to keep inter est rates at current or lower levels for an ex tended period of time to spur growth and avoid a fall in prices. rfff ntbnrf f r r Need Tax Help?Call352-787-1040Open Year Round. CURRENCIES Dollar vs. Exchange Pvs Rate Day Yen 104.94 104.82 Euro $1.3571 $1.3601 Pound $1.6456 $1.6449 Swiss franc 0.9101 0.9098 Canadian dollar 1.0848 1.0805 Mexican peso 13.1418 13.0776 Markets & Money features@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 DOW JONES 16,444.76 -17.98 NASDAQ 4,156.19 -9.42 S&P 500 1,838.13 +0.64 GOLD 1,229.40 +3.90 SILVER 19.68 +0.144 CRUDE OIL 91.66 -0.67 T-NOTE 10-year 2.98 -0.01 www.dailycommercial.com SCOTT MAYEROWITZ AP Airlines Writer ROSWELL, N.M. Capt. Paul Wannberg glides an old Boeing 757 over the New Mexico desert, lining up with the runway. A computer ized voice squawks elevation warn ings. Forty feet. Thirty. Twenty. Ten. Touchdown. Outside the cockpit window sit nearly a hundred airplane carcasses, perfectly lined up. They are jets that nobody wants anymore. And after 26,057 takeoffs and landings this 24-year-old American Airlines plane is about to join them. Airlines used to store planes in the desert during slow travel months. Sometimes, unwanted jets would be sold to carriers in Russia or Africa. Airlines are on the largest jet-buy ing spree in the history of aviation, ordering more than 8,200 new planes with manufacturers Airbus SAS and The Boeing Co. in the past ve years. There are now a combined 24 planes rolling off assembly lines each week, up from 11 a decade ago. And that rate is expected to keep climbing. The new planes allow the airlines to save on fuel, now their biggest cost, while offering passengers more amenities some for a fee. Passen gers can plug in to work or be en tertained by a seat-back TV and y some international routes nonstop for the rst time. And the commer cial divisions of Boeing and Airbus get a steady stream of cash for years, which is a key reason investors have doubled the companies stock price in the past year. The bulk of the planes are going to new or quickly growing airlines that serve an expanding middle class in India and the rest of Asia. The Inter national Air Transport Association expects the number of passengers worldwide to grow 31 percent to 3.9 billion in the next four years. U.S. airlines are buying as well. Af ter suffering through the Sept. 11 ter rorist attacks, bankruptcies and re cessions, theyre now strong enough nancially to buy new jets. Domestic carriers spent $11.6 billion last year on capital improvements includ ing new planes up from $5.2 bil lion in 2010. European Central Bank ready to act ARNE DEDERT / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ECB president Mario Draghi speaks at a press conference of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany on Thursday. Wall Street closes mixed while S&P 500 ticks up Airlines go on record buying spree for 8,200 new jets

PAGE 13

The Market In Review A-B-CABB Ltd.74e25.94+.10 ACE Ltd2.14e98.90-.13 ADT Corp.5039.22-.24 AES Corp.20f14.46+.16 AFLAC1.48f64.27-.36 AGCO.4056.72-.29 AK Steel...7.41-.51 AOL...45.73-.24 AVG Tech...17.34-.03 AZZ Inc.5640.34-.05 Aarons.08f28.85-.61 AbbottLab.88f39.27+.07 AbbVie1.6051.22+.86 AberFitc.8033.21+.29 AbdAsPac.425.86+.01 Accenture1.74e82.95+.80 AccoBrds...6.43-.02 Accuride...4.20-.03 Actavis...u179.94+2.83 Actuant.0436.09+.09Acuity.52u123.50+13.47AMD...4.09-.09 AdvSemi.18e4.65-.06 AdvPerHY4.14e52.04+.10 AecomTch...30.53+.55 Aegon.26e9.43-.03 AerCap...35.63-.20 Aeropostl...8.97+.34 Aetna.90fu71.72+2.58 Agilent.53fu58.41+.02 Agnico g.8826.00-.79 Agrium g3.0090.49-.08 AirLease.12f31.60+1.17 AirProd2.84109.66-.43 Alamos gn.2011.91-.28 AlaskaAir.80u77.39+1.59 Albemarle.9665.83+.96 AlcatelLuc.18e4.36-.25 Alcoa.12u10.69-.14 Alere...38.61+.12 AlexcoR g...1.32-.03 AllegTch.7235.49-.02 Allegion n...44.13+.25 Allergan.20114.67+.12 Allete1.9049.24+.30 AlliData...258.97+.98 AlliBInco.41a7.38+.08 AlliantEgy1.8851.30+.51 AlldNevG...4.03+.20 AllisonTrn.4826.88-.15 Allstate1.0053.83+.31 AlonUSA.24a16.78+.47 AlphaNRs...6.27-.25 AlpTotDiv.324.26+.01 AlpAlerMLP1.07e17.44... AltisResid.10p29.85-.15 Altria1.9237.25+.12 Ambev n...7.08-.17 Ameren1.6036.04+.10 AMovilL.34e21.77-.18 AmApparel...1.14-.26 AmAxle...20.00+.22 AmCampus1.4433.15... AEagleOut.5015.33+.30 AEP2.00f46.28+.18 AEqInvLf.18f24.75-1.10 AFnclGrp.88a57.01+.27 AHm4Rnt n.2016.71+.14 AmIntlGrp.4052.11+.30 AmTower1.16f82.10+.16 AmWtrWks1.1241.60-.10 Ameriprise2.08u115.51-.29 AmeriBrgn.94fu71.38+.24 Ametek.2452.19+.21 AmiraNatF...17.91-1.09 Amphenol.8089.42+1.09 Anadarko.7279.08+.04 AnglogldA.17e11.39-.32 ABInBev3.03e104.93... Ann Inc...36.29-1.15 Annaly1.50e10.08-.07 AnteroRs n...56.10-1.84 Anworth.50e4.38-.05 Aon plc.7083.65+1.75 Apache.8086.09-.56 AptInv.9625.72-.03 ApolloGM3.95eu35.14+.08 AquaAm s.6122.95+.06 ArcelorMit.2016.78-.47 ArchCoal.124.18+.02 ArchDan.96f42.16-.20 ArcosDor.2411.06-.09 ArmadaH n.649.95+.11 ArmcoMetl....39+.05 ArmourRsd.604.07-.05 ArmstrWld...58.69+.38 AshfordHT.488.32+.06 Ashland1.36u99.09+.08 AspenIns.7240.85+.11 Assurant1.0068.38+.80 AssuredG.4023.27+.25 AstoriaF.1613.83-.10 AstraZen2.80e59.37+.85 AthlonEn n...27.91-.59 AtlPwr g.403.36-.12 AtlasRes2.24f21.00-.56 AtwoodOcn...51.06-.25 AuRico g.163.70-.07 AvalnRare....53-.02 AvalonBay4.28120.89-.43 AveryD1.1649.88+.42 Avnet.6042.74+.32 Avon.2416.98+.01 Axiall.64f44.94-.27 AXIS Cap1.08f46.48+.27 B2gold g...2.07+.01 BB&T Cp.92u38.40+.26 BCE g2.3341.72-.28 BHP BillLt2.32e64.94-.96 BHPBil plc2.32e58.38-1.00 BP PLC2.28fu48.85+.12 BP Pru9.26e80.46-.79 BPZ Res...2.14+.12 BRF SA.39ed18.86-.20 BabckWil.40f34.23+.04 BakrHu.6051.82-.39 BallCorp.52u52.16+.12 BalticTrdg.05e6.15-.46 BcBilVArg.55e12.64-.06 BcoBrad pf.23e11.55-.19 BcoSantSA.81e9.20-.09 BcoSBrasil.26e5.84-.01 BcpSouth.2024.78+.01 BkofAm.04u16.83+.25 BkIreland...u16.58+.26 BkNYMel.6034.70+.04 BkNova g2.4859.45-.18 Bankrate...16.20-.28 BankUtd.8432.18-.23 BarcGSOil...21.60-.03 Barclay.42e18.90+.10 B iPVix rs...41.83+.06 Bard.84134.75+2.02 BarnesNob...15.67+1.04 Barnes.44u38.22+.32 BarrickG.2017.74-.22 BasicEnSv...14.63-.26 Baxter1.9670.21+.19 Beam Inc.9066.48+.43 BeazerHm...22.86-.10 BectDck2.18fu112.15+1.07 Bemis1.0440.45-.02 Berkley.4041.95+.19 BerkH B...115.32-.02 BerryPlas...23.21-.39 BestBuy.6837.53-.31 BigLots...30.95-1.09 BBarrett...26.34-.68 BioMedR1.00f18.26-.10 BitautoH...u34.41-.49 BlkHillsCp1.5253.06+.37 BlackRock6.72316.08-.78 BlkCpHY VI.97a12.13+.10 BlkDebtStr.30a4.03+.02 Blackstone1.18e31.94+.42 BlkstnMtg1.8027.30-.15 BlockHR.8030.03+.29 BdwlkPpl2.1325.01-.25 Boeing2.92fu142.13+1.31 BonanzaCE...44.13-1.07 BorgWrn s.5056.30+.02 BostProp2.60a102.74+.05 BostonSci...12.78-.01 BoydGm...11.85-.07 Brandyw.6013.81-.15 BrigStrat.4821.27+.27 BrigusG g....78-.04 Brinker.9645.46-.13 BrMySq1.44fu55.03+1.61 Brixmor n.8020.43+.10 BroadrdgF.8438.39-.05 Brookdale...26.71-.50 BrkfldAs g.80f37.25-.32 BrkfldOfPr.5618.70-.12 BrownFB1.16f74.69+.61 Brunswick.10f45.86+.03 Buckle.88f49.80-.71 Buenavent.31e11.21-.24 BungeLt1.2081.23-.10 BurgerKng.28f22.58+.06 C&J Engy...21.07-.02 CBL Asc.98f17.72-.25 CBRE GRE.54a8.02+.01 CBRE Grp...26.15-.04 CBS A.4862.54-.14 CBS B.4862.49-.25 CF Inds4.00fu239.99+6.43 CIT Grp.40u52.00-.15 CMS Eng1.0226.53+.29 CNH Indl...11.24+.29 CNO Fincl.1218.12+.03 CST Brds n.2533.32-.49 CSX.6028.66+.43 CVR Engy3.00a41.83+.23 CVR Rfg n1.20m23.34+.38 CVS Care1.10f69.92+.15 CYS Invest1.28m7.54-.08 Cabelas...67.51-.27 CblvsnNY.6017.04+.19 CabotOG s.0837.44-1.31 CACI...u77.36+3.11 Calgon...20.60-.10 Calix...8.29-.95 Calpine...19.17-.25 Cameco g.4020.08-.11 Cameron...58.45-.40 CampSp1.2542.49-.10 CampusCC.66d8.99... CdnNR gs.8653.99-.26 CdnNRs gs.80f32.35-.31 CP Rwy g1.40148.63+2.47 CapOne1.2077.85... CapitlSrce.04u14.77+.13 CapsteadM1.24e12.16-.06 CardnlHlth1.21u68.18+1.15 CareFusion...u41.25+.94 Carlisle.8877.78-1.07 CarMax...45.10-.15 Carnival1.00a39.96+.56 Caterpillar2.4089.71+.57 CedarF2.80f51.02+.80 CedarRlty.206.40+.20 CelSci rs....70+.02 Celanese.7254.03+.27 Cemex.45t12.16+.43 Cemig pf2.92ed7.30-.11 CenovusE.9727.47-.11 Centene...61.72+.28 CenterPnt.8323.10+.26 CFCda g.0113.59-.02 CntryLink2.1630.79-.45 ChambSt n.507.85+.04 Chegg n...7.80+.02 Chemtura...26.34+.34 CheniereEn...u46.27+.02 ChesEng.3525.61-.24 ChespkLdg1.0424.80-.42 Chevron4.00123.29... ChicB&I.2082.09+1.02 Chicos.30f18.45-.32 Chimera.36a3.02+.01 ChiMYWnd...2.47-.07 ChinaMble2.24e49.81-.42 ChiNBorun...2.94-.18 ChinaUni.19e14.07-.38 Chipotle...541.03+5.18 Chubb1.7691.80-.65 ChurchDwt1.1265.52+.16 CienaCorp...23.46-.66 Cigna.04u90.05+2.14 Cimarex.5696.94-3.10 CinciBell...3.49-.09 Cinemark1.0032.47-.04 Citigroup.04u55.20+.39 Citigp pfK1.72u25.54+.02 CityNC1.0079.11+1.29 CliffsNRs.6022.96-1.60 Cliffs pfA1.7521.12-.91 Clorox2.8489.13+.14 CloudPeak...16.70-.60 Coach1.3555.65-.06 CobaltIEn...16.11-.37 CocaCE.8044.23+.25 Coeur...10.62-.49 ColeREI n.7213.88+.08 ColgPalm s1.3665.02+1.48 ColonyFncl1.4020.86-.09 Comerica.6848.01+.39 CmclMtls.4820.36+.06 CmwREIT1.0022.40-.10 CmtyBkSy1.1239.29+.24 CmtyHlt...41.85-.57 CBD-Pao.51e40.87-.88 CompSci.8056.16+.39 ComstkRs.5016.79+.06 Con-Way.4040.59+1.59 ConAgra1.0033.75+.13 ConchoRes...98.71-1.90 ConocoPhil2.7669.46-.23 ConsolEngy.5036.26-.64 ConEd2.4653.58+.17 ConstellA...77.45+.84 Constellm n...23.00-.63 ContainSt n...38.10-.91 ContlRes...105.97-1.65 Cnvrgys.2421.96-.01 CooperCo.06125.83+1.76 CooperTire.4225.18-.08 CoreLogic...35.25+.37 CornstProg.935.26-.03 Corning.40u18.00+.02 CorpOffP1.1024.14-.13 CorrectnCp1.9232.93-.29 Cosan Ltd.30e12.98+.31 Coty n.2015.16+.06 CousPrp.1810.65+.03 Covance...u92.87+1.63 CovantaH.6617.67-.17 Covidien1.28fu69.31+1.06 Credicp2.60e128.23-1.65 CSVInvNG...10.03+.98 CSVLgNGs...18.28-2.46 CredSuiss.11e31.88+.08 CrwnCstle...71.77-.25 CrownHold...44.70+.71 CubeSmart.52f15.94+.10 CullenFr2.0075.70+.85 Cummins2.50138.67-.68 CurEuro...134.46+.20 Cyan n...d3.50... D-E-FdbXHvChiA...d23.20-.35 DCT Indl.287.05-.01 DDR Corp.62f15.68+.01 DNP Selct.789.42+.08 DR Horton.1521.75+.17 DSW Inc s.5041.07-.58 DTE2.6265.68+.58 DanaHldg.2019.90+.03 Danaher.10u77.48+.92 Darling...20.54-.24 DaVitaH s...u65.64+.20 DeVryEd.3437.76-.43 DeanFds rs...17.21-.04 Deere2.0488.98-.36 DejourE g....16-.01 Delek.60a33.88+1.02 DelphiAuto.68u60.62-.14 DeltaAir.24u31.06+1.26 DenburyR.2516.48-.18 DenisnM g...1.18-.04 DeutschBk.97e49.30-.08 DevonE.8860.78-.53 Diageo2.92e128.58+.36 DiaOffs.50a55.30-.44 DiamRsts n...17.60-.40 DiamRk.3411.41-.08 DianaShip...12.38-.40 DiceHldg...7.32-.06 DicksSptg.50a57.34-.88 Diebold1.1533.19+.15 DigitalRlt3.1249.70+.22 DigitalGlb...41.37+.40 Dillards.2493.20+.66 DirSPBr rs...33.72-.09 DxGldBll rs...27.86-1.45 DxFinBr rs...d20.99-.19 DxEBear rs...21.20+.20 DxEMBr rs...46.55+.80 DxSCBr rs...17.15-.01 DxEMBll s...24.23-.44 DxFnBull s...u92.38+.81 DirDGdBr s...42.47+1.95 DxSCBull s1.19e76.25+.01 DxSPBull s...62.67+.11 DirxEnBull...84.96-.75 Discover.8055.12+.36 DocuSec...2.36-.08 DolbyLab...40.86+.15 DollarGen...u61.54+1.84 DomRescs2.2566.32+1.56 Dominos.8070.28+.50 DoubIncSol1.8020.91-.01 DEmmett.80f23.60+.07 Dover1.5094.07-.13 DowChm1.2842.60-.56 DrPepSnap1.5247.97+.25 DresserR...57.29-.15 DuPont1.8063.94+.81 DukeEngy3.1267.87+.02 DukeRlty.6814.97-.06 E-CDang...9.38-.12 E-House.15eu14.55-.21 EMC Cp.4025.33-.18 EOG Res.75167.00+.22 EPL O&G...26.59+.08 EQT Corp.1286.00-2.42 ERBA Diag...3.50-.36 EagleMat.4076.93+1.13 EastChem1.40f79.30+.10 Eaton1.6875.55+.27 EatnVan.88f41.71-.07 EV TxDiver1.01u11.02... EVTxMGlo.98u10.19+.01 Ecolab1.10f105.00+.86 Ecopetrol3.21e35.41-.34 EdisonInt1.42f45.14+.07 EducRlty.448.95+.04 EdwLfSci...68.41+1.67 EldorGld g.12e5.75-.16 ElephTalk...1.53-.01 Embraer.48e31.93-.59 EmeraldO...7.05-.20 EmersonEl1.72f68.27-.28 EmpIca...7.95-.10 Emulex...7.04-.18 EnbrdgEPt2.1728.71+.12 Enbridge1.40f43.45+.30 EnCana g.28m17.25-.10 EndvrIntl...5.97+.14 EndvSilv g...3.67-.06 Energen.5867.10-1.48 Energizer2.00105.79+.54 EngyTEq2.69f82.00+3.51 EngyTsfr3.62f54.20+.09 Enerpls g1.0817.41-.14 Enersis.45e14.75-.27 ENSCO3.00f56.68+.18 Entergy3.3260.52-.33 EntPrPt2.76f64.01+.34 Entravisn.10a6.65-.25 EnvisnH n...34.24-.87 EqualEn g.205.26-.01 EqLfPrp s1.0036.61-.17 EqtyRsd1.85e53.44+.03 EsteeLdr.80f73.44+.36 EthanAl.4028.84-1.70 EverestRe3.00f148.30-.46 Evertec n.4025.30-.26 ExcoRes.204.99-.10 Exelis.4119.01+.20 Exelon1.2427.03+.16 Express...18.60-.01 ExtraSpce1.6042.49+.52 ExxonMbl2.5299.76-.98 FMC Corp.5474.36-.06 FMC Tech...51.48+.08 FNBCp PA.4812.89+.04 FTI Cnslt...41.37+.85 FactsetR1.40106.26-.72 FamilyDlr1.0464.97-1.37 FedExCp.60141.51+1.14 FedInvst1.0029.63+.34 FelCor.088.41-.05 Ferrellgs2.0022.95-.08 Ferro...13.51+.10 FibriaCelu...11.23-.07 Fibrocell rs...4.88+.53 FidlNFin.72f31.35-.36 FidNatInfo.8853.02+.02 Fifth&Pac...31.86+.48 58.com n...42.37+.62 FstAFin n.4827.30-.19 FstBcpPR...5.91+.11 FstHorizon.2012.24+.15 FstInRT.3416.89+.08 FMajSilv g...10.05-.45 FT Europe.51eu33.73+.17 FT RNG.07e19.03-.23 FirstEngy2.2031.80-.06 Fleetcor...115.87-1.93 Flotek...19.00-.08 FlowrsFd s.4521.82+.17 Flowserv s.5676.99-.19 Fluor.6478.80-.49 FEMSA1.60e94.00+1.29 FootLockr.8041.05-.06 FordM.50f15.84+.30 ForestCA...18.87+.06 ForestLab...u69.17-.13 ForestOil...3.59+.06 Fortress.248.77+.02 FBHmSec.48f45.85+.30 ForumEn...28.25+.59 FrancoN g.7241.42+.41 FrankRes s.48f57.02+.27 FMCG1.25a35.71-.49 Freescale...15.16-.23 Frontline...u4.91+.30 FullerHB.4051.78-.18 Fusion-io...8.60-.32 G-H-IGMAC33cld1.8125.35... GNC.6056.15-1.12 Gafisa SA...2.89-.10 Gain Cap.208.92-.03 Gallaghr1.4047.98+.78 GameStop1.1044.97-.38 Gannett.8029.52-.52 Gap.8039.42+.22 GastarExp...6.30-.06 GencoShip...2.58-.17 GenCorp...17.94+.17 Generac5.00e54.79-.20 GnCable.7227.97-.07 GenDynam2.24u95.23+.51 GenGrPrp.56f20.12-.06 GenMotors...40.49+.07 Genpact...18.00-.04 GenuPrt2.1582.83-.08 Genworth...u16.71+.37 GeoGrp2.20f32.20-.30 Gerdau.10e7.49-.02 GiantInter.65e10.85-.10 GigOptics...1.65-.11 GlaxoSKln2.41e52.84+.11 GlimchRt.409.12-.03 GlobPay.08u67.04+2.63 GlobusMed...20.01+.21 GolLinhas...4.55-.10 GoldFLtd.09r3.00-.09 Goldcrp g.6022.41+.28 GoldenMin....68-.02 GoldStr g....47-.05 GoldmanS2.20f177.40-1.04 GoodrPet...16.62-.64 GovPrpIT1.7224.19-.31 GrafTech...11.27-.03 GramrcyP...5.80-.04 GranTrra g...7.01-.17 GraphPkg...9.27+.04 GrayTelev...13.27-.59 GtPanSilv g....70... GtPlainEn.92f24.49+.33 GreenDot...24.42+.17 GreenbCos...u34.51+1.26 Greenhill1.8055.87-1.29 GpFnSnMx.96ed12.97-.19 GpTelevisa.14e30.44+.18 Guess.8029.37-.55 GugSPEW.91e70.93+.08 GugWater.42e27.16-.07 GugSolar1.45e39.63-.34 HCA Hldg...u50.90+.35 HCC Ins.9044.60-.30 HCP Inc2.1037.41+.05 HDFC Bk.31e33.59-.57 HSBC2.40e55.34-.25 HalconRes...d3.32-.07 Hallibrtn.60f49.61+.11 Hanesbrds.8069.87+1.70 HarleyD.84u69.19-.66 Harman1.20u85.87+2.46 HarmonyG.05e2.52-.09 HartfdFn.6035.78+.27 HatterasF2.60e17.44-.14 HawaiiEl1.2426.01+.28 Headwatrs...10.21+.31 HltCrREIT3.0654.02+.12 HltMgmt...13.40-.05 HlthcreTr.5710.18+.11 HealthNet...31.06+.25 HlthSouth.7233.51+.17 HeclaM.02e3.06-.12 HelixEn...22.53+.32 HelmPayne2.50f84.92+.47 Hemisphrx....28-.01 Herbalife1.2081.50+.18 Hersha.245.49... Hershey1.9497.64-.10 Hertz...27.66-.03 Hess1.0081.34-.35 HewlettP.5827.61+.16 Hexcel...u44.89+.51 hhgregg...10.76-.52 HighwdPrp1.7035.82-.40 Hillshire.7033.09+.05 Hilton n...21.87-.16 HollyFront1.20a50.21+1.35 HonwllIntl1.80f90.47+.03 Hornbeck...44.65-1.73 Hospira...41.95+.66 HospPT1.9226.43-.29 HostHotls.52f19.30+.06 HovnanE...6.20... HubbelB1.80u116.03+6.59 Humana1.0898.99-.41 Huntsmn.5023.92+.01 IAMGld g...3.44-.03 ICICI Bk.75e36.11+.02 ING...u14.38-.01 INGPrRTr.385.91+.01 ING US n.0436.30-.73 ION Geoph...3.08-.04 iShGold...11.92+.03 iShGSCI...30.85-.15 iSAstla1.14e24.11-.04 iShBrazil1.57e41.98-.53 iShCanada.69e28.54-.08 iShEMU.94e40.73-.01 iSFrance.69e27.68-.08 iShGerm.44e30.75-.07 iSh HK.61e20.28-.12 iShItaly.34e15.76+.15 iShJapan.13e12.00-.04 iSh SKor.90e60.52-.21 iSMalasia.48e15.38+.06 iShMexico1.33e65.47+.29 iShNeth.39e25.66+.03 iShSing.50e12.86... iSPacxJpn1.91e46.08-.07 iShSpain1.10eu39.40+.03 iSTaiwn.26e13.86-.07 iSh UK.50e20.59-.03 iSEMMnVol1.46e55.88-.22 iShTurkey1.12e46.04-.37 iShSilver...18.84+.01 iShSelDiv2.19e70.46+.15 iShTIPS1.04e110.95+.42 iShChinaLC1.02e35.78-.67 iSCorSP5003.35e184.75+.09 iShCorTBd2.52e106.56+.15 iShEMkts.87e39.57-.21 iShiBoxIG4.30e114.51+.26 iShEMBd5.31e108.33+.08 iSSP500Gr1.68e98.22-.07 iSGblInfra1.35e38.26-.10 iShLatAm1.38e34.91-.37 iSh20 yrT3.32e103.18+.60 iSh7-10yTB2.05e99.78+.26 iShIntSelDv1.70e37.40+.03 iSh1-3yTB.22e84.34+.02 iS Eafe1.70e66.20-.05 iSCorSPMid1.45eu133.68+.21 iShiBxHYB6.13e93.29+.14 iShMtgRE1.97e11.73-.06 iSR1KVal1.82e93.92+.05 iSR1KGr1.11e85.35-.01 iSRus1K1.73e102.76+.08 iSR2KVal1.76e98.21-.21 iSh1-3CrBd1.61e105.32+.02 iSR2KGr.97eu135.94+.19 iShFltRtB.21e50.72... iShR2K1.41e114.89+.03 iShChina1.14e45.52-.63 iShUSPfd2.36e37.61+.13 iSUSAMinV.79e35.30+.05 iShRussia.59e20.54-.11 iShTelecm.78e29.19-.47 iShREst2.37e63.70-.03 iShHmCnst.05e24.41-.04 iShCrSPSm1.08e107.93-.12 iShEurope1.11e46.77+.04 iStar...u14.65+.04 ITT Corp.40u43.90+.41 ITT Ed...37.51-.63 Idacorp1.7252.27+.58 ITW1.6882.08+.02 Imax Corp...28.38-.18 ImmunoCll....92-.01 Infoblox...35.44-.10 Infosys.82e56.15+.39 IngerRd.84u62.05+.20 IngrmM...u24.20+.11 Ingredion1.68f66.35+.46 InlandRE.5710.44+.03 InovioPhm...2.46-.02 IntegrysE2.7253.25+.11 Intellichk....45-.05 IntcntlExG...227.53+.52 IntFlav1.5685.07+.20 IntlGame.44f17.55-.22 IntPap1.40f49.20+.19 InterOil g...49.75+3.59 Interpublic.3017.40-.12 IntPotash...15.47-.27 Intrexon n...26.99+1.30 InvenSense...20.31+.10 Invesco.9036.04-.49 InvMtgCap2.30e15.11-.10 InvSrInco.425.10-.02 IronMtn1.0828.00-.21 iShCorEM.89e47.51-.20 IsoRay....57+.01 ItauUnibH.38r12.92-.20 J-K-LJPMorgCh1.5258.76-.11 JPMAlerian2.3145.37+.03 Jabil.3217.10+.04 JacobsEng...63.25+.16 JanusCap.2812.11+.07 Jarden s...59.43-.84 JinkoSolar...34.78-2.07 JohnJn2.6494.73+.57 JohnsnCtl.88f51.26+.07 JonesGrp.2014.85-.04 JournalCm...9.30+.07 JoyGlbl.7055.17+.01 JnprNtwk...22.83-.09 JustEngy g.847.64-.22 KAR Auct1.00f29.18-.13 KB Home.1017.88+.03 KBR Inc.3232.14+.05 KCG Hld n...11.99+.05 KKR1.62eu25.83+.05 KKR Fn.88fu13.00+.03 KT Corp...14.70+.36 KC Southn.86116.60-.49 KapStone s...27.65+.46 Kellogg1.8460.28+.10 Kennamtl.7251.43+.65 KeyEngy...7.28+.13 Keycorp.22u13.76+.13 KimbClk3.24103.73+.45 Kimco.90f20.27+.12 KindME5.40f80.25+.20 KindMorg1.64f35.91-.09 KindMM5.40t75.34+.12 Kinross g...4.44-.11 KiteRlty.246.35+.01 KnightTr.24u19.16+.50 KodiakO g...10.52-.29 Kohls1.4055.56+.38 Koppers1.0044.58+.56 KoreaElc...u17.01+.51 KosmosEn...11.21+.06 KrispKrm...19.25-.26 Kroger.66f39.36+.41 KronosWw.6017.84-.40 L Brands1.2057.75-2.44 L-3 Com2.20106.29+.83 LDK Solar...1.31-.05 LaZBoy.24f30.09-.91 LabCp...92.57+.86 Laclede1.76f44.43-.17 LaredoPet...24.11-1.23 LVSands1.40u80.61-.57 LaSalleH1.1230.99-.20 Latam Air.02e15.45+.11 LeapFrog...7.67-.18 LearCorp.6882.01+.65 Lee Ent...4.21-.09 LeggMason.52u43.94+.20 LeggPlat1.2030.27-.10 LeidosHld1.2847.80+.21 LennarA.1638.42-.19 LeucNatl.25b27.91+.11 Level3...u33.73-.70 LexRltyTr.66fd10.03-.09 Lexmark1.2035.70+.14 LiberMed...u4.67+.02 LbtyASE.35e5.90-.03 LibtProp1.9034.39+.02 LifeTFit...44.85-.23 LifeLock...16.64-.35 LightBox n...9.28-.35 LillyEli1.9651.68+.57 LincNat.64fu52.36+.40 LinkedIn...215.25+6.19 LionsGt g.2030.02-.38 LiveNatn...20.65-.16 LloydBkg...u5.69+.08 LockhdM5.32fu148.73+.23 Loews.2546.81+.05 Lorillard s2.2049.16+.05 LaPac...18.05+.02 LumberLiq...102.08-1.84 LyonBas A2.40fu80.48+.75 M-N-0M&T Bk2.80116.52+.72 MBIA...11.64+.17 MDC...31.35-.69 MDU Res.71f30.47+.33 MFA Fncl.80m7.15-.01 MGIC Inv...u8.80+.12 MGM Rsts...u24.98+.25 MRC Glbl...31.34... MSC Ind1.3284.63+.12 Macerich2.48f58.82-.20 MackCali1.2020.87-.10 Macys1.00u55.80+3.96 MadCatz g....50-.01 MagellMid2.23f60.52-.21 MagnaInt g1.2881.57-.05 MagHRes...7.66+.38 Mallinck n...56.14+1.76 Manitowoc.0823.96-.03 ManpwrGp.9286.02-.08 Manulife g.52u20.25+.49 MarathnO.7634.50+.10 MarathPet1.6891.04+2.36 MVJrGld rs...31.09-.62 MktVGold.19e21.27-.34 MV OilSvc.54e46.63-.09 MV Semi.66e41.81-.37 MktVRus.74e27.17-.14 MarshM1.00u48.55+.40 MStewrt...4.45-.16 MartMM1.60105.01+1.58 Masco.3023.12+.09 MastThera....55-.04 Mastec...33.85+.91 MasterCrd4.40fu843.60+6.76 MatadorRs...19.39+.45 Maximus s.1844.36+1.38 McCorm1.48f68.88+.74 McDrmInt...8.99-.05 McDnlds3.24f95.46+.05 McGrwH1.1278.15+.21 McKesson.96u175.33+5.52 McEwenM...2.07-.01 MeadJohn1.3684.23-.03 MdbkIns.086.63-.10 MeadWvco1.0035.62-.62 Mechel...2.28-.01 Mechel pf....45-.01 MedProp.84f12.62+.12 Medtrnic1.1259.36-1.48 MeetMe...2.08... MensW.7250.45-.15 Merck1.76f49.52-.27 Meritor...10.56+.09 MerL pfD1.7525.23+.03 MerL pfE1.7825.21... MerL pfF1.8225.24+.01 Methode.2835.03-.70 MetLife1.10u54.55+.36 MetLf equn2.5031.84+.22 MKors...78.59+.68 MidstsPet...6.49+.12 MillenMda...7.25-.11 MillerEnR...6.82-.10 MindrayM.50e36.88+.14 Mistras...u24.23+1.79 MitsuUFJ...6.47-.10 MobileTele.94e20.17-.60 Mohawk...146.03-1.07 MolinaHlth...37.68+.26 MolsCoorB1.2855.30+.08 Molycorp...5.29-.22 Monsanto1.72111.89-3.34 MonstrWw...7.01+.07 Moodys1.12f76.56+.28 MorgStan.2031.55-.01 MorgSt pfF...u25.53+.13 Mosaic1.0046.13-.81 MotrlaSolu1.2466.50+.51 MuellerWat.079.04-.15 MurphO1.25b63.39+.50 MurpUSA n...43.15+.61 NCI BldSy...u18.67+.76 NCR Corp...35.08+.06 NQ Mobile...13.93-.09 NRG Egy.4828.07-.38 Nabors.1616.64-.05 NamTai.087.23-.12 NBGrce rs...5.87+.10 NatFuGas1.5070.79-.27 NOilVarco1.0477.77-.40 NatRetPrp1.6230.79-.16 Nationstar...34.25+.40 NavideaBio...1.92-.02 Navios.249.69-.35 Navistar...37.77+.37 Neuralstem...u3.74+.25 NeuStar...48.27+.14 Nevsun g.143.44... NwGold g...5.08-.19 NewOriEd.35eu32.54+.13 NewResd n.70a6.43-.09 NY CmtyB1.00u17.19+.14 Newcastle.405.72+.05 NewellRub.6031.92-.09 NewfldExp...24.77+.52 NewmtM.80m23.20-.20 NewpkRes...11.85-.02 NiSource1.0033.09+.19 NielsenH.8044.31-.56 NikeB.96f77.09... NimbleSt n...38.53-2.51 NobleCorp1.0036.51+.28 NobleEn s.5665.35-.36 NokiaCp...8.05-.06 NordicAm.649.58-.71 Nordion g...u9.29+.82 Nordstrm1.2061.49+1.00 NorflkSo2.0891.31+1.40 NA Pall g....62-.10 NoestUt1.4741.92+.18 NthnO&G...14.15-.29 NorthropG2.44u115.63+.44 NStarRlt.84f14.09-.05 NovaGld g...2.61... Novartis2.53eu80.81+1.10 NovoNord s.64e38.29+.42 NuSkin1.20137.92+.07 Nucor1.48f52.74-.33 NustarEn4.3849.73+.03 NuvMuVal.44a9.19+.01 Nuverra rs...15.45-1.03 OGE Egy s.90f33.67+.25 OasisPet...42.48-.75 OcciPet2.5694.84+.05 Oceaneerg.8876.54-.15 Och-Ziff1.42eu15.65-.01 OcwenFn...55.28+.03 OfficeDpt...4.78-.17 Oi SA.45e1.71+.03 OilStates...101.09+1.23 OldRepub.7216.99-.03 Olin.8028.27+.21 OmegaHlt1.92f30.55+.12 Omncre.80fu62.44+.55 Omnicom1.6072.24+.73 ONEOK1.52u63.39+.33 OpkoHlth...8.43-.05 Oracle.4837.65-.07 Orange.66e12.46+.02 OrbitalSci...u24.80+1.00 Orbitz...6.99+.01 Organovo...11.10+.05 OshkoshCp...50.97+.72 OwensMin.9637.36+.31 OwensCorn...41.92+.91 OwensIll...35.19-.13 P-Q-RPBF Engy1.2029.03+.29 PG&E Cp1.8240.07+.27 PHH Corp...24.84+.53 PMC CT.508.89+.02 PNC pfP1.6525.42+.06 PNC1.76u79.19+.47 PPG2.44u190.13+.66 PPL Corp1.4729.70+.05 PPL pfW...52.21-.22 PVH Corp.15133.02+.72 PackAmer1.6063.41+.11 PallCorp1.10f84.01-.04 PaloAltNet...60.64+.59 Pandora...32.78+.08 ParaG&S...d.79-.03 ParkDrl...7.86-.16 ParkerHan1.80126.93-.75 Parkwy.75f17.75-.35 PeabdyE.3417.47-.47 Pengrth g.486.05-.12 PennVa...10.61-.37 PennWst g.568.34-.36 Penney...7.64+.27 PennyMac2.36f22.86-.28 Pentair1.0077.31+.05 PepcoHold1.0818.91+.13 PerkElm.28u43.43+.73 Perrigo.36u158.95+.92 PetChina4.75e102.94-1.05 PetrbrsA.77ed13.34-.15 Petrobras.27e12.52-.16 Pfizer1.04f30.93-.02 Pharmerica...20.39+.15 PhilipMor3.76fd83.31+.04 PhilipsNV.98e37.13+.02 Phillips661.56fu78.13+1.26 PhxNMda...10.88+.04 PiedmOfc.8016.36-.11 Pier 1.24f20.44-2.88 PimcoHiI1.4611.90+.04 PinnclEnt...24.70-.43 PinWst2.2752.52+.42 PionEnSvc...8.13+.40 PioNtrl.08171.52-3.85 PitnyBw.7523.36-.33 PlainsAAP2.46f50.95+.26 PlainsGP n.6426.72+.61 PlumCrk1.7644.13+.08 PolyOne.32f34.23-.48 PortGE1.1029.73+.39 PostHldg...50.40+.48 PostPrp1.3245.30+.50 Potash1.4033.11-.38 PwshDB...d24.70-.20 PS USDBull...21.76-.02 PSFinPf1.12e17.30+.08 PSBuybk.27e42.88+.07 PS SrLoan1.09e24.98+.03 PS SP LwV.86e32.90+.14 PwShPfd.91e13.80+.08 PShEMSov1.27e27.12-.02 PSIndia.08e17.07+.07 Praxair2.40u131.00+.07 PrecMxNik.27e17.96-.16 PrecCastpt.12u272.08+2.25 PrecDrill.24f9.03-.15 Pretium g...5.09+.07 PrinFncl1.0449.79+.66 ProLogis1.1237.20-.48 ProShtQQQ...18.43+.06 ProShtS&P...25.36-.01 ProUltQQQ.22e97.44-.70 PrUShQQQ...15.31+.11 ProUltSP.25e101.35+.16 ProShtEM...27.71+.12 ProShtR2K...16.93-.01 ProSht20Tr...32.48-.15 PUltSP500 s.07e94.56+.07 PrVixSTF rs...28.03+.05 PrUVxST rs...16.15+.07 PrShtVxST...137.18-.36 PrUltCrude...28.32-.11 PrUShCrde...35.73+.11 ProUltSilv...15.90... ProUShEuro...17.43-.07 ProctGam2.4180.42+.18 ProgsvCp1.00e25.90+.18 ProUShSP...29.99-.01 PrUShDow...27.82+.05 ProUShL20...77.23-.75 ProUSR2K...12.11-.01 PUSSP500...15.33-.01 PUPSR2K...10.84-.03 Prudentl2.12f91.23+.30 PSEG1.4431.72+.24 PubStrg5.60f153.05+2.92 PulteGrp.2019.79+.01 QEP Res.0829.35-.37 Qihoo360...81.17-7.83 QuantaSvc...u31.79+.47 QntmDSS...1.22... QstDiag1.2053.73+.54 Questar.7222.37-.10 QksilvRes...2.99-.16 Quiksilvr...8.36-.15 RAIT Fin.64f8.73-.05 RLJ LodgT.82a24.75-.08 RPM.9642.28-.14 RTI IntlM...32.68+.28 Rackspace...36.16-1.22 RadianGrp.0115.08+.32 RadioShk...2.27-.04 RallySft n...20.80-.08 RLauren1.80f172.88+.56 RangeRs.1681.23-1.29 RareEle g...1.47-.13 RJamesFn.64fu53.40+.36 Rayonier1.9641.97-.42 Raytheon2.2090.00+1.04 Realogy...48.34+.25 RltyInco2.1937.78+.10 RedHat...57.29+.30 RedwdTr1.1218.92-.06 RegalEnt.8419.13+.05 RegncyEn1.88f25.60-.15 RegionsFn.1210.45+.20 RenaisRe1.1291.89+.50 ReneSola...4.08-.09 Renren...3.26-.10 RepubSvc1.0432.36-.11 ResMed1.0047.82+.03 ResoluteEn...8.42-.21 ResrceCap.805.90-.02 RestorHdw...64.30-1.61 RetailProp.6612.49-.01 RexAmRes...41.30-.19 RexahnPh...u.70+.08 ReynAmer2.5248.51+.01 RioTinto1.78e51.34-1.09 RitchieBr.52u23.44+.38 RiteAid...5.68+.03 RobtHalf.6440.93-.17 RockTen1.40f101.60-.21 RockwlAut2.32f116.43-.04 RockColl1.20u76.19+.18 Roper.80fu139.54+1.23 RouseProp.5220.10-.15 Rowan...33.81-.22 RBScotlnd...11.96+.17 RBSct prM1.6022.48+.45 RylCarb1.00u47.64+1.08 RoyDShllB3.6074.65+.40 RoyDShllA3.6070.65+.24 Rubicon g....84-.03 RubyTues...6.14+.17 RuckusW...14.89-.35 Ryder1.3672.16-.42 Ryland.1242.51-.53 S-T-USAP AG...84.62-.83 SCANA2.0346.02+.35 SK Tlcm...23.36-.18 SLGreen2.00f92.49-.56 SM Energy.1081.38-.20 SpdrDJIA3.53e164.19-.16 SpdrGold...118.46+.34 SpdrEuro501.13e41.30-.06 SP Mid2.10eu243.64+.24 S&P500ETF3.35e183.64+.12 SpdrBiot.22eu145.63+10.18 Spdr Div2.87e72.06+.08 SpdrHome.10e32.43-.38 SpdrS&PBk.43eu33.58+.24 SpdrShTHiY1.60e30.90+.01 SpdrLehHY2.98e40.69+.05 SpdrNuBST.23e24.28+.01 SpdrS&P RB.56e40.44+.30 SpdrRetl.53e85.81-.68 SpdrOGEx.58e66.18-.27 SpdrMetM.54e40.63-.69 STMicro.407.40-.15 SABESP s.39e10.40-.09 SafeBulk.24f10.21-.43 Safeway.8032.08-.24 StJude1.00u65.34-.06 Salesforc s...56.29-.65 SallyBty...29.28-.84 SanchezEn...25.25+1.30 SandRdge...6.02+.24 SandRdgP2.35e12.78+.33 Sanofi1.86e50.82-.26 Schlmbrg1.2586.48-.50 SchwUSMkt.74e44.80+.03 SchwUSLgC.74e43.88... SchwEMkt.63e23.44-.14 SchwIntEq.70e30.97-.05 Schwab.2425.85+.01 SciApplic n1.1235.64+.60 ScorpioB n...u9.86-.10 ScorpioTk.28f11.63-.18 Scotts1.75u62.71+.32 ScrippsNet.6082.43... SeadrillLtd3.80f39.71-.06 SealAir.5233.75-.30 SeaWorld n.8027.97+.18 SelMedHld.4011.40+.14 SemGroup.84f63.11-.26 SempraEn2.5290.33+.59 SenHous1.56d21.55-.06 SensataT...38.10+.02 Sensient.9249.09+1.34 ServiceCp.2817.79-.12 ServcNow...57.66-.23 SesaSterlte.17e12.62+.44 Sherwin2.00188.87-.81 ShipFin1.5616.01-.15 SibanyeG n.15p4.69-.04 SiderurNac.38e5.79-.17 Siemens4.07e133.79-.18 SignetJwlrs.6073.63-6.04 SilvWhtn g.45e20.37-.68 SilvrcpM g.102.42-.05 SimonProp4.80f154.20-.15 SixFlags s1.88f37.21+.32 SmithAO s.4852.48+.33 Smucker2.3297.98-.19 SocQ&M1.04e25.37-.38 SolarWinds...39.20-.13 SonicAut.1022.87-.18 SonocoP1.2442.31-.34 SonyCp.25e18.08-.17 SouFun1.00e88.95-2.74 SouthnCo2.0340.62+.22 SthnCopper.68e27.27-.52 SwstAirl.16u20.76+.58 SwstnEngy...38.01-.71 Spansion...13.75... SpectraEn1.34f34.76-.14 SpiritAero...33.56-.28 SpiritRC n.6610.00+.11 Springlf n...u26.30-.87 Sprint n...9.42-.56 SprottGold...10.18+.01 SP Matls.96e45.50-.18 SP HlthC.83eu56.52+.42 SP CnSt1.02e42.34+.22 SP Consum.77e66.14-.01 SP Engy1.52e86.83-.27 SPDR Fncl.32eu22.07+.08 SP Inds.87e51.85+.25 SP Tech.61e35.25-.23 SP Util1.46e37.68+.22 StdPac...8.77-.07 StanBlkDk2.0080.30+.22 StarwdHtl1.35f78.58-.02 StarwdPT1.8428.03-.15 StateStr1.0475.35+.30 Statoil ASA1.16e23.83-.06 Steelcse.4015.30-.14 Steris.84u49.34+.62 StillwtrM...12.54-.20 StoneEngy...31.74-.41 StratHotels...9.39-.05 Stryker1.22fu76.99-.03 SumitMitsu...10.24-.11 SummitHtl.459.02+.08 Suncor gs.8034.36-.34 SunEdison...u14.48-.37 SunstnHtl.2013.31-.04 SupEnrgy.3224.44-.23 Supvalu...6.84-.19 SwERCmTR...d7.90-.04 SwftEng...13.45-.25 SwiftTrans...21.00+.39 SymetraF.3619.01+.16 SynergyRs...9.12+.02 Synovus.043.56... Sysco1.16f35.93-.06 T-MoblUS n...33.03-.28 TAL Educ...u22.53-.96 TAL Intl2.80f46.96-2.30 TCF Fncl.20u17.03+.29 TCW Strat.395.34+.02 TD Ameritr.48fu31.09+.26 TE Connect1.0055.53+.39 TIM Part.74e27.68-.10 TJX.5863.32-.18 TRWAuto...73.18-.26 TaiwSemi.50e16.76-.33 TalismE g.2711.31-.28 TangerFac.9032.27-.23 TargaRsLP2.93f50.50-.34 Target1.7263.34+.65 Taseko...2.07-.05 TataMotors.18e29.96-.14 Taubmn2.0064.42-.46 TaylrMH n...21.15-.34 TeamHlth...46.55-.61 TeckRes g.9023.69-.67 Teekay1.27u48.12+.37 TeekayTnk.12eu3.85-.16 Teledyne...92.00+1.50 TelefBrasil2.44e19.26-.06 TelefEsp.47e16.28+.08 TelData.5127.18-.25 TmpGlb.42a7.99-.01 TempurSly...51.31-.77 Tenaris.86e42.75+1.36 TenetHlth...45.84+.48 Tenneco...55.83+.02 Teradata...45.39-.48 Teradyn...17.98+.02 Terex.2041.15+.21 Tesoro1.0058.00+1.23 TetraTech...11.31-.63 TevaPhrm1.28e41.57+.52 Textron.0835.82+.04 Textura n...26.63+.83 TherapMD...5.13-.12 ThermoFis.60u114.00-.04 ThomCrk g...2.18-.08 ThomsonR1.3037.09+.03 3D Sys s...96.04-.14 3M Co3.42f136.45-.18 Tidwtr1.0058.91-.91 Tiffany1.3692.01+.31 TW Cable2.60133.17+.62 TimeWarn1.1566.29-.47 Timken.9254.29-.60 Titan Intl.0217.19-.45 TollBros...36.02-.03 Torchmark.6878.69+.16 TorDBk g3.44f90.38-.41 Total SA3.23e58.91-.04 TotalSys.4032.74-.25 TowersWat.56fu129.14-.47 Transocn2.2448.50... TravelCtrs...8.90-.30 Travelers2.0087.68+.10 TriangPet...8.24+.01 TrinaSolar...15.80-1.02 Trinity.6054.91+.33 TriumphGp.1678.23+1.32 Tronox1.0023.23-.28 Trulia...37.66-1.25 Tsakos.20u6.52+.22 TumiHldgs...21.39-.53 Tuppwre2.4890.00-.49 Turkcell...12.80-.07 TurqHillRs...3.24-.15 Twitter n...57.05-2.24 TwoHrbInv1.17e9.58-.01 TycoIntl.6440.99-.17 Tyson.30fu34.60+.68 UBS AG.16e20.08+.08 UDR.9423.46+.13 UGI Corp1.1340.99+.20 UNS Engy1.7459.42+.03 URS.8452.35+.50 US Silica.5031.45-.89 USG...30.08+.10 UltraPt g...20.37-.66 UnderArmr...u87.89+.99 UnilevNV1.40e38.66-.35 Unilever1.40e39.50-.33 UnionPac3.16169.27+2.34 Unisys...33.74+.19 UtdContl...u43.80+2.78 UtdMicro.07e2.10-.05 UPS B2.48102.12+.12 UtdRentals...u78.26-.52 US Bancrp.92u41.34+.25 US NGas...19.69-.80 US OilFd...33.08-.08 USSteel.2028.30-1.30 UtdTech2.36fu113.71+.06 UtdhlthGp1.1276.08+.46 UnivHlthS.20au84.44+1.40 UnumGrp.5835.07+.33 Ur-Energy...1.30-.04 UraniumEn...1.81-.05 V-W-X-Y-ZVF Corp s1.05f62.29+.62 VaalcoE...6.34+.21 Valassis1.2434.05-.13 Vale SA.78e13.55-.40 Vale SA pf.78e12.47-.40 ValeantPh...132.17+3.87 ValeroE.90u52.90+1.04 Validus1.20a37.77-.10 VlyNBcp.44m10.10+.02 Valspar1.04f72.28+1.02 VangSTBd1.18e79.88+.01 VangTotBd2.23e80.19+.15 VanHiDvY1.74e61.70-.03 VangGrth1.10e92.30-.14 VangTSM1.79e95.57+.08 VanSP500 rs3.13e168.27+.10 VangREIT2.75e65.23... VangDivAp1.39e74.72+.07 VangAllW1.36e49.70-.08 VangEmg1.15e39.11-.25 VangEur1.64e58.02+.05 VangFTSE1.09e41.09-.05 VangInfT.94e88.65-.42 VantageDrl...1.90+.02 Vantiv...32.08-.05 VarianMed...u81.29+1.25 VectorGp1.6016.37+.21 VeevaSys n...32.63-1.54 Ventas2.90f58.04+.15 VeriFone...26.25+.17 VerizonCm2.1247.50-1.00 VersoPap...3.85+.10 ViolinM n...3.90+.05 Vipshop...88.42-4.15 Visa1.60fu221.91-.31 VishayInt...13.49+.17 Visteon...81.89-.16 VitaminSh...49.05-1.17 VMware...92.84-.61 Vonage...3.31+.01 Vornado2.9290.45+.56 Voxeljet n...44.03-.57 VulcanM.0459.82+.47 W&T Off.40f14.53-.13 WGL Hold1.6838.84-.07 WPX Engy...19.09-.12 WaddellR1.36f66.61-.07 Walgrn1.26u61.14+1.78 WalterEn.0413.94-.64 WREIT1.2022.86-.07 WsteMInc1.4643.73-.26 WeathfIntl...14.27-.11 WebsterFn.6030.80+.22 WtWatch...32.55+.17 WeinRlt1.2228.18+.19 WellPoint1.5093.00+.78 WellsFargo1.20u46.16+.24 WestPhm s.40u49.57-.36 WestarEn1.3632.96+.29 WstnRefin.88f41.29+.35 WstnUnion.5017.06-.36 Weyerhsr.8831.00+.18 Whrlpl2.50u159.01+1.41 WhiteWave...u23.88-.33 WhitingPet...58.27-.82 WidePoint...1.61+.08 WmsCos1.52fu39.25+.09 WmsPtrs3.51f48.96-.83 WmsSon1.2458.08-1.58 WillisGp1.1244.30+.31 Winnbgo...26.16+.38 Wipro.13r12.44+.01 WiscEngy1.5340.75+.06 WTJpHedg1.24e49.98-.24 WT EmEq2.10e48.30-.38 WT India.13e16.77-.01 Workday...u88.84-.16 WldW Ent.4816.67+.45 WuXi...36.93-.46 Wyndham1.1672.26-.25 XL Grp.5630.40+.01 XcelEngy1.1227.82+.11 XinyuanRE.204.90-.15 Xylem.4734.63+.14 YPF Soc.15e32.40+1.99 Yamana g.268.84-.28 YanzhouC.58e7.69-.39 Yelp...u78.42... YingliGrn...6.85-.39 YoukuTud...33.00-.55 YumBrnds1.4875.05-1.48 ZaleCp...14.15-2.36 Zimmer.80u96.47-.96 Zoetis n.29f31.96+.22 Stocks in bold changed 5% or more in price from the previous day. Stock Footnotes:g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the n ame.Dividend Footnotes:a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferre d. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent d ividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus st ock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes:q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.NameDivLastChg New York Stock Exchange Stockpiles growing?U.S. wholesale businesses increased their stockpiles in October by the most in two years as their sales rose sharply. Rising stockpiles are consistent with economic growth because it means factories are producing more goods. Robust restocking drove roughly half of the 3.6 percent annualized economic growth in the July-September quarter. Did the trend continue in November? Find out today when the Commerce Department reports its latest data on wholesale inventories.Eye on unemploymentEconomists anticipate that the unemployment rate held steady in December. Employers have added an average of more than 200,000 jobs a month in the AugustNovember period, a big improvement from previous months. Those gains helped cut the national unemployment rate in November to 7 percent, a five-year low. The latest U.S. unemployment rate figure is due out today.Jobs monitorThe government reports its latest payroll figures today. The U.S. economy added 203,000 jobs in November, up from 200,000 the previous month. A report Wednesday from payroll processor ADP showed U.S. businesses added the most jobs in a year in December, powered by a big gain in construction work. Economists expect the government to report that employers created 196,000 jobs last month.Source: FactSetUnemployment Rateseasonally adjusted 6.5 7.0 7.5% D N O S A J 7.3 7.3 est. 7.0 7.4 7.0 7.2Source: FactSetNonfarm payrollsseasonally adjusted, in thousands 50 100 150 200 250 D N O S A J 200 est. 196 203 175 238 89 Today 1,600 1,650 1,700 1,750 1,800 1,850 JJ ASOND 1,800 1,840 1,880 S&P 500Close: 1,838.13 Change: 0.64 (flat) 10 DAYS 14,500 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 JJ ASOND 16,360 16,480 16,600 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 16,444.76 Change: -17.98 (-0.1%) 10 DAYS Advanced1623 Declined1451 New Highs212 New Lows21 Vol. (in mil.)3,508 Pvs. Volume3,546 2,165 2,280 1244 1325 212 17NYSE NASDDOW16525.3516378.6116444.76-17.98-0.11%-0.80% DOW Trans.7397.727320.607379.62+69.49+0.95%-0.28% DOW Util.487.81483.74487.38+3.21+0.66%-0.65% NYSE Comp.10344.3010277.3710325.74+4.82+0.05%-0.72% NASDAQ4182.744142.704156.19-9.42-0.23%-0.49% S&P 5001843.231830.381838.13+0.64+0.03%-0.55% S&P 4001344.351332.811340.02+1.51+0.11%-0.19% Wilshire 500019676.2819532.0219613.62+5.30+0.03%-0.47% Russell 20001163.861152.161158.35+0.91+0.08%-0.45%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. YTD StocksRecap AT&T Inc T32.76239.00 33.54-.70 -2.0ttt-4.6+4.9251.84f Advance Auto Parts AAP71.480114.33 113.55+1.25 +1.1sss+2.6+55.9200.24 Amer Express AXP58.70091.08 88.88-.53 -0.6tst-2.0+50.0210.92 AutoNation Inc AN40.30754.49 49.00-.17 -0.3ttt-1.4+16.717... Brown & Brown BRO26.14735.13 31.69+.15 +0.5sss+1.0+20.1220.40f CocaCola Co KO36.52543.43 39.73-.21 -0.5tst-3.8+10.9211.12 Comcast Corp A CMCSA37.21053.45 52.88+.13 +0.2sss+1.8+40.3220.78 Darden Rest DRI44.11755.25 51.34-.27 -0.5ttt-5.6+18.6192.20 Disney DIS50.18076.84 74.90-.32 -0.4tst-2.0+49.9220.86f Gen Electric GE20.68928.09 27.22+.01 ...tst-2.9+34.0200.88f General Mills GIS40.44753.07 49.00+.43 +0.9stt-1.8+21.3181.52 Harris Corp HRS41.08070.73 68.37+.46 +0.7tst-2.1+42.1231.68 Home Depot HD62.38082.57 81.57-.36 -0.4tst-0.9+32.1221.56 IBM IBM172.574215.90 187.38-.59 -0.3sst-0.1-0.6133.80 Lowes Cos LOW34.43952.08 48.75+.20 +0.4tst-1.6+41.5230.72 NY Times NYT8.07916.14 15.12-.08 -0.5tst-4.7+77.0490.16 NextEra Energy NEE70.38989.75 86.02+.73 +0.9sss+0.5+23.3192.64 PepsiCo PEP69.16887.06 82.85-.39 -0.5sst-0.1+22.7192.27 Suntrust Bks STI26.93037.44 38.01+.74 +2.0sss+3.3+29.8140.40 TECO Energy TE16.15219.22 16.71-.17 -1.0ttt-3.1+4.1180.88 WalMart Strs WMT67.72881.37 78.09+.26 +0.3ttt-0.8+16.2151.88 Xerox Corp XRX7.05012.28 12.05-.03 -0.2sst-1.0+70.5130.2352-WK RANGE CLOSEYTD 1YR NAME TICKER LO HI CLOSE CHG %CHG WK MO QTR %CHG %RTN P/E DIVStocks of Local Interest Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B5

PAGE 14

B6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 Brown Cap MgmtSmCo Is b 73.87+.06+43.4BuffaloFlexibInc d 14.19-.01+13.8 SmallCap d 37.22-.21+39.8CG Capital MarketsLgCapGro 20.78...+30.2 LgCapVal 12.30+.02+27.6CGMFocus 40.26...+29.2CRMMdCpVlIns 34.54+.07+29.9CalamosGrIncA m 33.09-.03+14.0 GrowA m 46.71-.12+28.4 MktNeuI 12.81...+5.3 MktNuInA m 12.94...+5.0CalvertEquityA m 47.65+.06+26.1CausewayIntlVlIns d 15.97-.07+22.2Champlain InvestmentChSmlComp b 16.65+.04+31.5ClipperClipper 90.54+.01+27.8Cohen & SteersCSPSI 13.00+.02+2.3 Realty 63.49+.05+2.3 RealtyIns 41.21+.04+2.7ColumbiaAcornA m 35.54+.02+25.8 AcornIntZ 46.41-.05+19.7 AcornUSAZ 35.59+.02+27.4 AcornZ 37.08+.03+26.2 CAModA m 12.17+.01+12.2 CAModAgrA m 13.26...+15.3 CntrnCoreA m 20.42...+30.7 CntrnCoreZ 20.53...+31.0 ComInfoA m 49.79-.19+21.1 DivIncA m 18.20+.03+24.6 DivIncZ 18.21+.03+25.0 DivOppA m 10.06-.01+21.5 DivrEqInA m 13.72+.03+27.7 HiYldBdA m 2.99...+5.5 IncOppA m 10.05-.01+4.2 IntmBdA m 8.98+.01-2.1 IntmBdZ 8.98+.01-1.9 IntmMuniBdZ 10.49+.01-1.6 LgCpGrowA m 33.20-.02+25.6 LgCrQuantA m 8.46+.02+30.2 MdCapGthZ 31.71+.04+27.9 MdCapIdxZ 15.01+.01+28.4 MdCpValZ 17.88+.03+31.5 SIIncZ 9.96...+0.4 ShrTrmMuniBdZ 10.49...+0.7 SmCaVaIIZ 18.34-.02+34.3 SmCapIdxZ 23.26-.01+35.1 StLgCpGrA m 18.84-.07+37.4 StLgCpGrZ 19.13-.07+37.7 StratIncA m 6.02...+0.1 TaxExmptA m 13.31+.02-3.3 ValRestrZ 48.93...+31.2Community ReinvestQualInv b 10.53+.01-3.2ConstellationSndsSelGrI 17.77-.14+34.8 SndsSelGrII 17.37-.13+34.5DFA1YrFixInI 10.31...+0.2 2YrGlbFII 10.00...+0.4 5YearGovI 10.62+.01-0.4 5YrGlbFII 10.86+.01-0.1 EmMkCrEqI 18.83-.09-7.3 EmMktValI 26.68-.10-9.1 EmMtSmCpI 19.82-.08-5.4 EmgMktI 24.91-.16-8.0 GlAl6040I 15.41+.01+14.0 GlEqInst 17.84+.01+25.3 GlblRlEstSecsI 8.87...+1.1 InfPrtScI 11.58+.05-8.0 IntCorEqI 12.77+.01+21.2 IntGovFII 12.29+.02-3.0 IntRlEstI 4.99+.01+2.1 IntSmCapI 20.53+.02+30.0 IntlSCoI 19.30+.02+25.5 IntlValu3 17.42+.01+21.1 IntlValuI 19.79+.01+20.8 LgCapIntI 22.35-.02+18.1 RelEstScI 26.21+.01+0.5 STMuniBdI 10.22...+0.5 TMIntlVal 16.29+.01+20.1 TMMkWVal 23.72+.03+35.8 TMMkWVal2 22.87+.04+36.1 TMUSEq 20.12+.01+30.0 TMUSTarVal 32.19...+37.9 TMUSmCp 36.33-.01+37.4 USCorEq1I 16.46...+32.1 USCorEq2I 16.29+.01+33.1 USLgCo 14.48...+28.4 USLgVal3 23.73+.06+36.6 USLgValI 31.66+.09+36.4 USMicroI 19.84-.03+38.7 USSmValI 34.92-.03+36.1 USSmallI 30.70-.03+36.4 USTgtValInst 22.50-.01+37.1 USVecEqI 16.28+.01+35.0DWS-ScudderEqDivB m 42.37+.02+21.2 GNMAS 14.26+.09-4.0 GrIncS 23.17+.04+33.7 GvtSc m 8.12+.04-4.1 HiIncA m 5.00...+6.4 MgdMuniA m 8.86+.02-3.8 MgdMuniS 8.87+.02-3.6 SP500IRew 26.26+.01+28.3 TechB m 14.44-.08+23.0DavisNYVentA m 40.72-.21+28.2 NYVentC m 38.94-.21+27.1 NYVentY 41.22-.21+28.5Delaware InvestDiverIncA m 8.91...-1.1 OpFixIncI 9.39+.01-2.4 USGrowIs 24.78-.03+28.1 ValueI 16.14+.02+28.8Diamond HillLngShortI 22.52-.06+20.4 LrgCapI 21.58-.01+32.5Dodge & CoxBal 97.90+.02+24.9 GlbStock 11.36-.03+28.6 Income 13.57+.01+0.9 IntlStk 42.64-.15+23.0 Stock 167.63-.05+35.3DoubleLineCrFxdIncI 10.73...-0.9 TotRetBdN b 10.80...-0.3DreyfusAppreciaInv 51.70...+17.6 BasSP500 37.65+.01+28.3 FdInc 11.91...+28.9 IntlStkI 15.21-.09+6.7 MidCapIdx 36.69+.04+28.2 MuniBd 11.17+.02-3.3 NYTaxEBd 14.32+.03-4.6 OppMdCpVaA f 40.25+.02+35.7 SP500Idx 48.60+.01+27.9 SmCapIdx 29.29-.01+34.9DriehausActiveInc 10.79+.01+2.5 EmMktGr d 31.82-.16+4.8Eaton VanceFlRtHIA m 9.63...+4.8 FloatRateA m 9.51...+4.3 IncBosA m 6.08+.01+6.8 LrgCpValA m 23.97+.08+26.9 NatlMuniA m 9.14+.03-7.4FMICommStk 28.55...+27.8 LgCap 20.60...+25.8FPACapital d 44.58-.09+19.2 Cres d 32.84+.03+19.7 NewInc d 10.28...+0.6Fairholme FundsFairhome d 40.29+.19+39.1FederatedEqIncB m 23.73+.05+27.2 InstHiYIn d 10.24...+6.7 KaufmanA m 6.20+.01+36.6 KaufmanR m 6.21+.02+36.8 MuniUShIS 10.03...+0.5 MuniUltA m 10.03...+0.1 StrValA m 5.73...+17.7 StrValI 5.75...+17.9 ToRetIs 10.91+.01-0.5 UltraIs 9.15...+0.5FidelityAstMgr20 13.33+.01+4.8 AstMgr50 17.53+.01+12.5 AstMgr85 17.06+.01+22.4 Bal 22.72+.01+18.4 BlChGrow 63.40...+36.6 CAMuInc d 12.35+.02-1.5 Canada d 57.50+.01+7.1 CapApr 36.52+.12+33.2 CapInc d 9.90+.01+9.0 ChinaReg d 33.35-.43+17.9 Contra 95.97+.03+30.4 ConvSec 31.64+.09+23.1 DiscEq 32.36+.08+33.5 DivGrow 35.26+.05+27.7 DivrIntl d 36.62-.12+23.0 EmgMkt d 23.37-.19-0.3 EqInc 58.41+.04+24.2 EqInc II 24.42...+25.1 ExpMulNat d 24.19-.07+22.1 FF2015 12.71...+10.4 FF2035 13.40-.01+18.2 FF2040 9.46-.01+18.4 Fidelity 42.75+.11+25.8 FltRtHiIn d 9.99...+3.8 FocStk 19.90+.03+34.2 FourInOne 35.47...+21.7 Fr2045 10.91-.01+19.0 Fr2050 10.97...+19.2 Free2010 15.27...+9.7 Free2020 15.56...+11.6 Free2025 13.26-.01+14.4 Free2030 16.21-.01+15.8 FreeInc 11.73...+4.0 GNMA 11.26+.02-1.7 GovtInc 10.17+.01-2.1 GrStr d 28.53+.02+34.2 GrowCo 120.23-.14+34.1 GrowInc 27.75+.02+29.8 HiInc d 9.39-.01+6.0 Indepndnc 37.05+.54+38.6 InfProtBd 12.02+.05-7.9 IntBond 10.84+.01-0.5 IntMuniInc d 10.21+.01-1.4 IntlDisc d 40.18-.11+22.9 InvGrdBd 7.69+.01-1.5 LargeCap 27.47+.26+36.9 LevCoSt d 43.28+.10+31.6 LowPriStk d 49.43-.11+31.7 MAMuInc d 11.85+.02-3.3 Magellan 92.68+.10+32.2 MdCpVal d 22.64+.07+35.3 MeCpSto 15.37+.01+29.6 MidCap d 39.50-.02+34.9 MuniInc d 12.75+.02-2.7 NYMuInc d 12.89+.02-2.8 NewMille 39.69-.06+34.3 NewMktIn d 15.56+.01-6.6 OTC 77.73-.33+44.4 Overseas d 39.90-.09+24.8 Puritan 21.28+.03+18.6 RealInv d 32.25+.01+0.5 RelEstInc d 11.14...+3.3 Series100Idx 11.95-.01+26.0 ShTmBond 8.58+.01+0.6 SmCapDisc d 31.28+.06+34.0 SmCapStk d 20.78-.01+25.1 SmCpOpp 13.51+.13+31.8 SmCpVal d 20.00+.05+32.5 StkSelec 35.56+.04+30.4 StrDivInc 13.99...+15.2 StratInc 10.87+.01+0.5 TaxFrB d 11.03+.01-2.6 TotalBd 10.46+.01-0.6 Trend 86.51-.16+31.4 USBdIdx 11.39+.02-1.7 USBdIdx 11.39+.02-1.7 USBdIdxInv 11.39+.02-1.8 Value 103.28-.03+32.8 Worldwid d 24.66-.01+28.9Fidelity AdvisorAstMgr70 20.47+.01+17.9 CapDevO 15.55+.15+29.7 DivStk 22.87-.01+30.3 EmMktIncI d 13.32...-6.7 EqGrowI 89.58-.16+33.4 EqGrowT m 83.29-.16+32.8 FltRateA m 10.00...+3.5 FltRateI d 9.98...+3.8 Fr2020A m 13.32...+11.1 Fr2025A m 13.10...+13.9 Fr2030A m 13.91...+15.2 Fr2035A m 13.31-.01+17.5 Fr2040A m 14.27-.01+17.8 GrowOppI 59.06-.02+33.5 GrowOppT m 56.82-.02+32.8 HlthCrC m 28.93+.56+53.4 LeverA m 53.52+.10+32.8 Mid-CpIII 21.13+.02+31.5 NewInsA m 26.36+.03+29.1 NewInsC m 24.48+.02+28.1 NewInsI 26.80+.03+29.4 NewInsT m 25.88+.03+28.8 SmCapA m 27.74-.06+33.0 StSlctSmCp d 26.33+.26+33.2 StratIncA m 12.12+.01+0.2 StratIncC m 12.09+.01-0.6 StratIncI 12.27...+0.4 StratIncT m 12.11...+0.2Fidelity SelectBiotech d 195.89+9.71+65.9 Chemical d 144.31-.01+23.6 ConsStpl d 87.94-.08+17.0 Energy d 54.64-.36+18.4 HealtCar d 195.91+3.62+55.0 ITServcs d 37.26-.03+46.1 Industr d 33.47+.16+35.2 Materials d 83.94-.18+16.5 MedEqSys d 36.85+.17+39.0 Pharm d 19.53+.21+37.5 Retail d 86.43-.39+40.0 SoftwCom d 118.51-.74+46.8 Tech d 122.90-.88+29.2Fidelity Spartan500IdxAdvtg 65.16+.03+28.5 500IdxAdvtgInst 65.16+.03+28.5 500IdxInstl 65.16+.02+28.5 500IdxInv 65.15+.02+28.4 ExtMktIdAg d 53.39+.05+33.1 ExtMktIdI d 53.39+.05+33.0 IntlIdxAdg d 40.26-.06+19.4 IntlIdxIn d 40.26-.06+19.3 TotMktIdAg d 53.89+.02+29.3 TotMktIdI d 53.89+.02+29.2FidelityLtdTermMuniInc d 10.68...+0.2First EagleGlbA m 53.34-.11+13.8 OverseasA m 23.05-.09+10.7 USValueA m 19.84...+14.1First InvestorsGrowIncA m 21.72-.03+32.5ForumAbStratI 10.99-.01-0.7FrankTemp-FrankFed TF A m 11.79+.03-4.1 FedIntA m 11.99+.02-2.4 FedTxFrIA 11.80+.03-4.0FrankTemp-FranklinBalInvA m 50.95+.04+31.3 CA TF A m 6.97+.01-3.5 CAInTF A m 12.17+.02-3.0 DynaTechA m 44.74-.03+35.8 EqInA m 22.67+.01+25.9 FLRtDAAdv 9.22...+4.6 FlRtDAccA m 9.22...+4.4 FlxCpGr A m 55.24-.03+33.4 GrowAdv 65.36+.14+26.8 GrowthA m 65.25+.14+26.5 HY TF A m 9.84+.02-6.3 HighIncA m 2.11...+7.1 HighIncAd 2.11...+7.2 Income C m 2.43...+11.5 IncomeA m 2.40...+11.7 IncomeAdv 2.38-.01+12.0 InsTF A m 11.78+.02-3.4 LoDurTReA m 10.13...+1.0 NY TF A m 11.18+.03-4.5 OHTFA m 12.19+.03-4.1 RisDivAdv 48.43+.07+26.5 RisDv C m 47.75+.07+25.2 RisDvA m 48.47+.07+26.2 SmCpValA m 58.73+.02+28.9 SmMdCpGrA m 40.81-.03+34.1 StrIncA m 10.49+.01+2.8 Strinc C m 10.48...+2.3 TotalRetA m 9.87+.02-0.7 US Gov C m 6.44+.01-1.6 USGovA m 6.48+.01-1.1 Utils A m 14.82+.08+11.7FrankTemp-MutualDiscov C m 32.82-.04+20.9 Discov Z 33.61-.04+22.1 DiscovA m 33.12-.04+21.7 Euro Z 24.97-.04+25.3 QuestA m 17.99-.03+22.6 QuestZ 18.18-.02+23.1 Shares C m 27.66-.02+22.8 Shares Z 28.13-.02+24.1 SharesA m 27.91-.02+23.7FrankTemp-TempletonDvMk A m 22.56-.17-4.9 Fgn A m 8.19-.02+22.1 FrSmCoSer 22.01+.03+20.2 Frgn Adv 8.09-.02+22.5 GlBond C m 13.12+.01+0.6 GlBondA m 13.09...+1.0 GlBondAdv 13.05+.01+1.3 GrowthA m 24.84-.03+26.4 WorldA m 19.30-.02+25.8Franklin TempletonFndAllA m 13.30...+20.9 FndAllC m 13.12...+20.1 HYldTFInA 9.88+.02-6.2 ModAllcA m 15.76...+12.9GEElfunTr 55.78-.10+30.2 ElfunTxE 11.40+.02-3.8 IsIntlEq d 13.13-.09+19.2 IsSmCapIv 19.65+.03+32.2 S&SInc 11.35+.01-0.5 S&SUSEq 54.75+.07+31.0GMOEmgDbtIV d 9.60...-1.5 EmgMktII d 10.37-.07-10.8 EmgMktsVI d 10.31-.07-10.7 InCorEqIV 33.94+.04+23.5 IntIVlIII 25.51+.03+22.4 IntItVlIV 25.48+.04+22.5 QuIII 24.74...+21.8 QuIV 24.76...+21.8 QuVI 24.75+.01+21.9 StFxInVI d 16.26...+1.9 GabelliAssetAAA m 64.61-.02+27.6EqIncomeAAA m 28.38+.05+25.3SmCpGrAAA m 47.91-.03+30.2GatewayGatewayA m 28.94...+7.3Goldman SachsGrOppA m 27.89+.05+28.1 GrOppIs 30.40+.05+28.6 HiYdMunIs d 8.55+.02-5.1 HiYieldIs d 7.17...+7.3 MidCapVaA m 44.07+.10+29.0 MidCpVaIs 44.42+.09+29.5 ShDuTFIs 10.53...0.0 SmCpValA m 52.66...+32.8 SmCpValIs 55.74...+33.3GuideStone FundsBlcAlloGS4 13.12...+9.0 GrEqGS4 22.98-.03+30.2HarborBond 11.94+.01-1.5 CapApInst 56.51-.03+33.6 CapAprInv b 55.57-.04+33.1 HiYBdInst d 10.86...+5.1 IntlAdm b 69.62-.14+14.3 IntlInstl 70.10-.14+14.6 IntlInv b 69.42-.14+14.2Harding LoevnerEmgMkts d 47.10-.25-0.4 IntlEq d 17.51-.12+9.8HartfordBalHLSIA 25.08+.03+19.0 BalIncA m 13.02+.01+10.3 BalIncC m 12.88+.01+9.5 CapApr C m 40.92+.09+36.9 CapAprA m 46.65+.10+37.9 CapAprI 46.67+.11+38.3 CapAprY 50.91+.12+38.5 ChksBalsA m 11.19+.02+20.1 CpApHLSIA 59.56+.02+35.4 DivGrowA m 24.77+.04+27.0 DivGrowI 24.68+.04+27.3 DivGthY 25.17+.04+27.5 DvGrHLSIA 26.93+.04+27.9 EqIncA m 17.90...+25.5 FloatRtA m 9.05...+4.8 FloatRtC m 9.04...+4.0 FloatRtI 9.06...+5.1 InOpHLSIA 14.92...+19.8 MdCpHLSIA 37.89...+34.3 MidCapA m 25.12...+33.4 SmCoHLSIA 26.47...+38.8 StkHLSIA 57.76+.14+28.7 TRBdHLSIA 11.39+.02-1.0HeartlandValue m 47.77-.01+29.3 ValuePlus m 35.19+.03+27.7HendersonIntlOppA m 26.92-.17+26.0HennessyGsUtlIdxInv 26.38+.15+22.7Hotchkis & WileyMidCpValI 40.75+.13+38.5HussmanStratGrth d 9.91-.03-5.6ICMSmCo 34.33+.03+30.6INGCorpLeadB 31.36+.06+24.8 GlREstA m 18.26+.01+2.5INVESCOCharterA m 21.64+.02+24.3 ComstockA m 23.67+.02+30.9 DevMkt A m 31.37-.21-7.6 DivDivA m 16.84+.05+25.2 DivDivInv b 16.83+.06+25.2 EqIncomeA m 10.66+.01+22.3 EqIncomeC m 10.50+.01+21.3 EqWSP500A m 43.83+.04+31.1 GrowIncA m 26.96+.04+29.8 HiYldMuA m 9.10+.02-5.1 IntlGrA m 33.16-.15+15.4 IntlGrI 33.61-.15+15.8 MidCapGrA m 37.20+.05+31.5 MidCpCrA m 25.01+.04+25.6 MuniIncA m 12.96+.02-3.6 RealEstA m 21.90-.01+0.7 SmCapValA m 21.68+.04+39.5 Summit b 17.37...+33.4IvyAssetStrA m 32.21-.10+22.5 AssetStrC m 31.33-.09+21.6 AssetStrY b 32.27-.10+22.5 HiIncA m 8.67+.01+9.6 HiIncC m 8.67+.01+8.8 LtdTmBdA m 10.90...-0.7 MdCpGrA m 23.03-.01+25.4 MdCpGrthI 24.15...+25.8 ScTechA m 52.64-.13+48.9JPMorganCoreBdUlt 11.51+.02-1.2 CoreBondA m 11.50+.01-1.6 CoreBondC m 11.56+.02-2.2 CoreBondSelect 11.49+.01-1.4 CorePlBdS 8.19+.01+0.4 DiscEqUlt 22.06+.02+29.9 EqIdxSel 39.37+.01+28.2 EqIncA m 12.77+.01+27.1 EqIncSelect 12.95+.02+27.5 FEmMkEqIs 21.89-.19-8.8 FIntlVaIs 15.12-.02+18.2 HighYldSel 8.02-.01+6.3 HighYldUl 8.02...+6.5 IntmdTFIs 10.90+.02-1.1 IntrAmerS 34.91+.14+31.6 IntrepidValS 34.86+.12+32.8 InvBalA m 14.62...+13.0 InvConGrA m 12.59+.01+8.0 InvConGrC m 12.53...+7.3 InvGrInA m 16.33+.01+17.8 InvGrowA m 18.50+.02+24.1 LgCapGrA m 31.62-.03+28.0 LgCapGrSelect 31.63-.03+28.2 MdCpGrSel 34.62+.02+28.2 MidCapVal m 34.34+.02+27.9 MidCpValI 34.93+.02+28.5 MktExpEhIdxS 13.08+.01+31.3 MorBacSeU 11.22+.01-0.4 SelMidCap 41.59+.04+32.8 ShDurBndSel 10.88...-0.1 ShtDurBdU 10.88...+0.2 SmCapSel 49.46+.04+32.6 SmRt2020I 17.85...+12.0 SmRt2030I 18.47...+17.5 TxAwRRetI 10.03+.01-2.5 USEquit 14.03+.01+31.6 USEquityI 14.04...+31.8 USLCpCrPS 27.66+.01+32.5 ValAdvA m 27.01+.01+28.1 ValAdvSel 27.09+.01+28.4James AdvantageGoldRainA b 24.07+.09+11.8JanusBalT 29.95+.07+17.7 FortyS b 40.36-.09+28.1 Gr&IncT 44.09+.14+28.3 HiYldT 9.22...+7.0 OverseasT 36.56-.35+7.0 PerkinsMCVT 23.28+.08+22.3 RsrchT 43.64+.10+31.6 ShTmBdT 3.07...+1.0 T 40.63-.06+25.6 TwentyT 62.81-.01+28.5JensenQualtyGrI 37.52+.06+27.9 QualtyGrJ b 37.52+.06+27.6John HancockBondA m 15.80+.02+0.5 IncomeA m 6.61+.01+1.7 LifAg1 b 15.80-.01+22.6 LifBa1 b 15.26+.01+14.3 LifCo1 b 13.67+.01+4.6 LifGr1 b 15.98...+19.4 LifMo1 b 14.25+.01+9.3KeeleySmCapVal m 37.88-.02+27.8LSVValueEq 21.57+.07+39.1LaudusInMktMstS d 23.76-.01+20.4 USLCGr d 18.63...+33.4LazardEmgMkEqInst d 17.94-.14-5.8EmgMktEqOpen m 18.40-.14-6.0IntlStEqInst d 14.28-.06+21.7Legg MasonCBAggressGrthA m 183.97+.48+42.6CBAggressGrthI 198.53+.52+43.1CBAllCapValueA m 16.36+.01+25.8CBAppreciatA m 19.22...+25.1 CBEquityIncA m 18.05...+21.6CBSmallCapGrA m 28.34-.09+40.4ValueC m 58.72+.13+33.7WACorePlusBdFI b 11.23+.02-1.0WACorePlusBdI 11.23+.01-0.7WAIntTermMuniA m 6.40...-3.2WAManagedMuniA m 15.93+.03-4.0Litman GregoryMasIntlIntl 17.95-.06+18.3Longleaf PartnersIntl 17.90+.02+22.6 LongPart 33.39+.01+26.6 SmCap 32.25+.16+25.5Loomis SaylesBdInstl 15.20+.01+4.9 BdR b 15.13+.01+4.6 FixIncI 14.50+.02+5.9 GlbBdInstl 16.13+.01-2.4Lord AbbettAffiliatA m 15.46+.02+27.3 BondDebA m 8.17-.01+6.9 BondDebC m 8.19-.01+6.2 CalibrdDivA m 15.28+.02+23.7 DevGrowA m 26.26+.21+54.9 DevGrowI 28.87+.23+55.4 FdmtlEqtyA m 15.31+.01+31.8 FltRateF b 9.51...+5.8 MABalOppA m 12.30+.01+15.5 MidCpStcA m 23.13+.03+25.6 NatlTaxFA m 10.57+.02-5.7 ShDurIncA m 4.55...+1.5 ShDurIncC m 4.58...+0.8 ShDurIncI 4.55...+1.9 SmCpValA m 32.98+.01+27.2 SmCpValI 35.68+.01+27.6 ValOppA m 20.45+.03+30.4MFSBondA m 13.75+.01-0.3 ConAlocA m 14.46...+7.6 GrAllocA m 17.80-.03+17.2 GrowA m 65.22-.02+31.7 GrowI 68.11-.01+32.0 IntDivA m 16.13-.09+13.5 IntlNDisA m 27.94-.11+16.8 IntlNDisI 28.70-.11+17.1 IntlValA m 33.31-.08+24.7 IsIntlEq 21.98-.11+15.9 MAInvA m 27.63+.02+28.3 MAInvGrA m 22.66+.02+25.6 MAInvI 27.04+.02+28.6 ModAllocA m 16.28-.01+12.6 MuHiIncA f 7.49+.02-5.5 ResIntlA m 17.59-.09+15.2 ResIntlI 18.15-.10+15.5 ResearchA m 36.51-.05+28.0 TotRetA m 17.53+.01+16.5 UtilA m 20.70-.01+17.5 ValueA m 33.03+.02+30.7 ValueC m 32.72+.01+29.7 ValueI 33.18+.01+31.0MainStayHiYldCorA m 6.07...+5.6 IntlI 35.54-.08+18.4 LgCapGrA m 10.01-.01+31.4 MAPI 44.53+.01+26.6 S&PIdxI 42.57+.01+28.1 SelEqI 49.16-.01+25.0Mairs & PowerGrthInv 111.10+.25+31.0ManagersBondSvc 27.44+.04+0.9 MgrsPIMCOBd 10.51...-1.8 TmSqMCGrI 18.36-.01+31.9 TmSqMCGrP 18.11...+31.6Manning & NapierWrldOppA 8.87-.04+15.4Matthews AsianChina d 22.41-.21+2.3 DivInv d 15.25-.13+8.2 GrInc d 18.58-.09+2.5 PacTiger d 24.37-.08-0.5MergerMerger b 16.01-.01+3.4MeridianMeridnGr d 37.14+.07+24.0Metropolitan WestHi-YldBdM b 10.29-.01+6.3 LowDurBd b 8.79...+1.8 LowDurBdI 8.80...+2.1 TotRetBdI 10.57+.01+0.7 TotRtBd b 10.57+.01+0.5Morgan StanleyFocGrA m 51.55-.21+44.3 IntlEqA m 16.47-.11+16.8 IntlEqI d 16.68-.11+17.1 MdCpGrA m 43.26-.13+34.0 MdCpGrI 45.22-.14+34.4 SmCoGrI d 20.45-.23+54.9Munder FundsMdCpCrGrA m 41.43+.01+28.4 MdCpCrGrY 42.61+.01+28.7Mutual SeriesBeacon Z 16.80-.05+25.0NationsLgCpIxZ 35.49+.01+28.2NationwideIDModAgSv b 11.28+.01+19.0 IntlIdxI 8.46...+19.4 S&P500Is 14.09+.01+28.3NatixisLSInvBdA m 11.90...+0.6 LSInvBdC m 11.80...-0.1 LSInvBdY 11.91+.01+0.9 LSStratIncA m 16.42+.02+9.7 LSStratIncC m 16.52+.02+8.9 LSValY 26.74+.04+31.5Neuberger BermanGenesisInstl 61.33+.04+32.1 GenesisInv 41.34+.02+31.8 GenesisTr 63.95+.04+31.7 PartnrInv 31.38+.06+28.0NicholasNichol 64.87+.10+35.5NorthernBdIndx 10.44+.01-1.8 FixedIn 10.12+.01-1.0 GlbREIdx d 9.03...-0.6 HYFixInc d 7.52...+7.3 IntTaxE 10.30+.02-2.0 IntlIndex d 12.21-.01+19.1 MMIntlEq d 10.76-.03+12.7 MdCapIndx 16.86+.02+28.5 SmCapVal 20.53+.01+30.8 StkIdx 22.75+.01+28.4NuveenHiYldMunA m 15.49+.03-4.5 HiYldMunC m 15.48+.04-5.0 HiYldMunI 15.49+.03-4.3 IntMunBdI 8.95+.01-1.5 LtdTmMuA m 11.03+.01-0.1 LtdTmMunI 10.98+.01+0.2 RlEstSecI 19.94+.01+0.7Oak AssociatesPinOakEq 45.45-.09+31.6 RedOakTec 14.84-.02+40.2 WhiteOak 57.04+.10+27.0OakmarkEqIncI 32.47+.06+21.3 GlSelI 16.45-.03+29.4 Global I 30.09+.03+30.5 Intl I 25.96-.11+24.8 IntlSmCpI d 17.16+.01+25.5 Oakmark I 63.64+.02+33.6 Select I 40.61+.01+33.9Old WestburyGlbOppo 7.88...+9.3 GlbSmMdCp 17.13+.03+21.4 LgCpStr 12.34-.05+22.1 MuniBd 11.86+.01-1.4OppenheimerActAllocA m 11.82-.01+19.2 CapApA m 59.61-.03+25.1 CapIncA m 9.61+.01+7.9 DevMktA m 36.84-.32+3.7 DevMktY 36.40-.32+4.0 DevMktsC m 35.10-.31+2.9 DiscoverA m 79.80-.36+41.4 EqIncA m 31.48+.04+27.6 EquityA m 12.30+.01+26.5 GlobA m 77.97-.18+23.3 GlobOpprA m 41.98+.14+39.1 GlobY 78.02-.18+23.6 IntlBondA m 6.07...-4.3 IntlBondY 6.07...-4.1 IntlDivA m 14.69-.06+21.7 IntlGrY 37.50-.12+22.8 IntlGrowA m 37.68-.13+22.4 MainSSMCA m 30.44-.01+28.5 MainStrA m 48.14+.07+27.5 QuBalA m 17.27-.03+15.5 RisDivA m 19.59...+23.1 RisDivY 20.09+.01+23.3 SmMidValA m 44.29+.05+34.1 SrFltRatA m 8.44...+6.3 SrFltRatC m 8.45...+5.7 StrIncA m 4.13...-0.8 StratIncC m 4.13+.01-1.4Oppenheimer RochesteAMTFrMunA m 6.49+.03-6.2 FdMuniA m 14.45+.09-10.4 LmtTmMunA m 14.00+.04-4.0 LtdTmNY m 3.08+.01-6.0 RochHYMA m 6.67+.03-6.7 RochHYMC m 6.65+.03-7.5OsterweisOsterStrInc d 11.88...+6.4PIMCOAAstAAutP 9.84...-6.4 AllAssetA m 12.02-.01-1.0 AllAssetC m 11.98-.01-1.8 AllAssetI 12.01...-0.5 AllAstP 12.03...-0.6 AllAuthA m 9.84...-6.8 AllAuthC m 9.84-.01-7.5 AllAuthIn 9.84...-6.3 ComRRStP 5.34-.05-16.1 ComRlRStI 5.36-.04-15.8 DivIncInst 11.50+.01-1.2 EMktCurI 10.06+.02-3.4 EmMktsIns 10.70...-6.6 FdIdxPlARInst 6.80+.01+31.3 FloatIncI 8.84...+2.5 ForBdInstl 10.56...+1.4 ForBondI 10.00...-5.0 HiYldIs 9.64+.01+5.2 Income P 12.27...+4.0 InvGrdIns 10.27+.01-1.7 LowDrA m 10.31+.01-0.4 LowDrIs 10.31+.010.0 LowDurD b 10.31+.01-0.3 LowDurP 10.31+.01-0.1 ModDurIs 10.56+.01-0.3 RealRet 11.08+.05-7.8 RealRetAd b 11.08+.05-8.1 RealRetD b 11.08+.05-8.2 RealRtnA m 11.08+.05-8.2 RealRtnC m 11.08+.05-8.7 RlEstStRetI 3.93+.02-12.1 ShTermAdm b 9.85...+0.6 ShtTermIs 9.85...+0.8 ToRtIIIIs 9.38+.01-2.0 ToRtIIIs 10.18+.01-2.0 TotRetA m 10.69+.01-2.2 TotRetAdm b 10.69+.01-2.1 TotRetC m 10.69+.01-3.0 TotRetIs 10.69+.01-1.8 TotRetrnD b 10.69+.01-2.1 TotlRetnP 10.69+.01-1.9PRIMECAP OdysseyAggGr 30.35+.14+52.0 Growth 23.78+.04+35.5 Stock 21.10+.03+30.8ParametricTxMgEMInstl d 47.63-.15-2.1ParnassusEqIncInv 36.17+.02+28.1Pax WorldBal b 24.31+.02+13.5PermanentPortfolio 43.04...-2.6PioneerCoreEqA m 15.66+.03+27.0 HiYldA m 10.72+.02+10.9 PioneerA m 39.02+.12+29.2 StratIncA m 10.84+.01+1.2 StratIncC m 10.61+.01+0.5 StratIncY 10.84+.01+1.5PrincipalBdMtgInst 10.72+.01-0.7 DivIntI 11.74-.02+15.9 HiYldA m 7.79...+6.4 HiYldII 10.56...+6.4 L/T2020I 14.16+.01+13.9 L/T2030I 14.39+.02+17.0 L/T2040I 14.84+.02+19.5 L/T2050I 14.37+.01+20.7 LCGIIInst 10.03...+26.2 LCGrIInst 12.65+.02+32.2 LCIIIInst 14.38+.03+28.1 LgCGrInst 10.95+.03+31.0 LgCSP500I 12.89+.01+28.2 LgCValI 12.90+.06+28.4 MCVlIInst 15.04+.04+30.0 MGIIIInst 12.14+.02+31.2 MidCapA m 20.12+.03+29.0 PrSecInst 9.92+.01+1.4 SAMBalA m 15.57+.01+14.9 SAMConGrA m 17.72+.01+19.7 SCGrIInst 14.34+.08+39.7 SCValIII 13.57...+33.7PrudentialGblRealEstZ 21.97+.01+2.6 JenMCGrA m 38.68-.03+23.9Prudential InvestmenGovtIncA m 9.37+.01-2.1 HiYieldA m 5.75...+6.4 HiYieldZ 5.76...+6.7 JenMidCapGrZ 40.32-.04+24.3 JennGrZ 28.88-.01+33.6 MuniHIncA m 9.44+.02-4.9 NaturResA m 48.04-.33+5.0 ShTmCoBdA m 11.34+.01+0.9 SmallCoZ 28.58-.02+30.4 UtilityA m 14.38+.05+23.7PutnamCATxEIncA m 7.81+.01-3.1 DivrInA m 7.98...+7.7 DynAstAlGrA m 16.64...+22.5 EqIncomeA m 20.46+.04+27.9 EqIncomeY 20.46+.04+28.2 GlbHltCrA m 57.46+.56+38.4 GrowIncA m 19.80...+31.8 InvestorA m 19.39...+31.2 MultiCapGrA m 75.75-.14+32.0 VoyagerA m 31.30-.10+39.1RSGlNatResA m 33.96-.47-5.0 PartnersA m 39.69+.09+38.3RidgeWorthHighYI 9.82+.01+5.3 LgCpVaEqI 16.69+.01+29.6 MdCpVlEqI 13.57...+26.1 SmCapEqI 17.58...+27.4 USGovBndI 10.11...+0.1RoyceOpportInv d 15.46-.04+37.8 PAMutInv d 14.58...+29.6 PremierInv d 21.93+.01+22.8 SpecEqInv d 24.57-.09+24.7 TotRetInv d 16.33...+27.4RussellEmgMktsS 17.40-.10-6.1 GlRelEstS 36.48...+1.9 GlbEqtyS 11.31-.02+24.0 ItlDvMktS 36.52-.14+19.3 StgicBdI 10.75+.01-1.3 StratBdS 10.89+.01-1.5Russell LifePointsBalStrC b 11.77...+9.7RydexBiotechIv 68.78+3.04+55.5 InvOTC2xH b 4.59+.03-45.7SEIIdxSP500E d 49.48+.02+28.2 IntlEq A d 10.08-.05+19.5 IsCrFxIA d 11.17+.02-1.2 IsHiYdBdA d 7.78...+6.5 IsItlEmMA d 10.37-.10-4.9 IsLrgGrA d 32.40+.02+27.5 IsLrgValA d 24.26+.07+31.8 IsMgTxMgA d 18.50+.04+30.7SSGAS&P500Idx b 29.44+.01+28.3Schwab1000Inv d 48.45+.01+28.6 CoreEqInv d 22.91+.05+28.3 DivEqSel d 17.74+.02+28.2 FUSLgCInl d 14.11...+30.1 IntlIndex d 19.68-.01+19.3 S&P500Sel d 28.70+.01+28.4 SmCapIdx d 27.46+.02+33.3 TotStkMSl d 33.52+.01+29.3ScoutInterntl 36.56-.17+10.6SelectedAmerShS b 49.46-.19+27.0 American D 49.43-.19+27.4SentinelCmnStkA m 42.55-.06+26.5SequoiaSequoia 226.38+1.28+33.1Sound ShoreSoundShor 48.86+.12+37.2SpectraSpectra A m 17.50-.01+31.2State FarmBalanced 62.02-.02+11.9 Growth 68.21-.07+22.7SteelPathMLPAlpA m 12.08+.03+17.4 MLPIncA m 10.83+.02+16.7SunAmericaFocDvStrC m 16.80...+33.8T Rowe PriceBalanced 23.17...+17.2 BlChpGAdv b 64.33-.02+36.6 BlChpGr 64.64-.02+36.9 CapApprec 25.70+.03+20.4 DivGrow 33.51+.05+26.5 EmMktBd d 12.48...-7.1 EmMktStk d 31.04-.32-9.1 EqIndex d 49.54+.02+28.2 EqtyInc 32.64+.05+26.0 EqtyIncAd b 32.57+.05+25.6 EurStock d 21.39+.02+34.1 GNMA 9.46+.01-2.0 GrStkAdv b 51.82-.04+34.7 GrowInc 29.70+.07+29.5 GrowStk 52.49-.03+35.0 HealthSci 59.94+.68+48.1 HiYield d 7.18...+8.4 InSmCpStk 20.19-.01+34.4 InsLgCpGr 27.33+.03+40.4 InstlHiYl d 9.75...+8.0 InstlLgCV 18.70+.03+30.2 IntlBnd d 9.45...-3.4 IntlDisc d 55.55...+22.0 IntlGrInc d 15.46-.04+20.9 IntlStk d 16.03-.10+11.1 MDTaxFBd 10.45+.01-2.5 MediaTele 68.82-.51+36.2 MidCapE 40.62+.06+34.0 MidCapVa 29.88+.01+27.6 MidCpGr 72.70+.10+33.1 MidCpGrAd b 71.08+.11+32.8 NewAmGro 44.15-.02+34.4 NewAsia d 15.60-.12-3.8 NewEra 43.49-.17+11.3 NewHoriz 46.31-.11+43.9 NewIncome 9.32+.01-1.8 OrseaStk d 10.02-.04+19.1 PerStrBal 22.95...+16.0 PerStrGr 30.36-.02+21.8 PerStrInc 18.33...+10.6 R2015 14.27...+13.3 R2025 15.31-.01+18.2 R2035 16.20-.01+21.8 Real d 21.43-.01+2.3 Ret2020R b 20.04-.01+15.2 Ret2050 12.99-.01+22.7 RetInc 14.74...+7.9 Retir2005 12.89...+8.5 Rtmt2010 17.76...+10.3 Rtmt2020 20.31-.01+15.8 Rtmt2030 22.49-.02+20.1 Rtmt2040 23.30-.02+22.8 Rtmt2045 15.53-.01+22.8 SciTech 38.58-.33+39.2 ShTmBond 4.79...+0.3 SmCpStk 44.39-.03+32.6 SmCpVal d 49.57-.07+26.4 SmCpValAd m 49.23-.07+26.1 SpecGrow 23.84-.02+24.9 SpecInc 12.77+.01+2.9 SumMuInt 11.55+.02-1.0 TaxFHiYld d 10.97+.02-4.3 TaxFInc 9.87+.01-3.4 TaxFShInt 5.64...+0.5 TrRt2020Ad b 20.19-.01+15.5 TrRt2030Ad b 22.34-.02+19.9 TrRt2030R b 22.20-.01+19.6 TrRt2040Ad b 23.13-.02+22.4 TrRt2040R b 23.01-.02+22.1 Value 33.92+.13+34.0T.RoweReaAsset d 10.67-.05-3.7TCWEmgIncI 8.40-.02-5.6 SelEqI 25.13-.06+24.5 TotRetBdI 10.04+.01+1.7 TotRetBdN b 10.35...+1.4TFSMktNeut d 15.05+.01-0.8TIAA-CREFBdPIns 10.44+.01-0.5 BondIn 10.27+.01-0.9 EqIx 14.06+.01+29.3 Gr&IncIn 11.97...+30.7 HYlIns d 10.25...+5.7 InfL 11.31+.04-7.7 IntlE d 19.02-.01+19.6 IntlEqIn d 11.62-.04+22.8 LCVal 17.44-.02+29.8 LgCGIdx 18.88+.01+29.1 LgCVIdx 16.24+.01+28.6 LgGrIns 15.15-.03+34.2 LrgeCapVal 17.39-.01+29.5 MidValIn 22.72+.02+28.9 MidValRmt 22.61+.01+28.6 SCEq d 18.79-.01+35.1 SPIndxIn 20.56+.01+28.4TargetSmCapVal 26.61...+30.4TempletonInFEqSeS 22.49-.03+16.8Third AvenueIntlVal d 19.87-.09+17.0 RealEsVal d 28.65+.02+13.4 Value d 56.69-.03+14.5ThompsonBond 11.77...+2.7ThornburgIncBldA m 20.73-.05+12.8 IncBldC m 20.72-.05+12.0 IntlValA m 30.75-.23+11.3 IntlValC m 28.71-.21+10.5 IntlValI 31.42-.23+11.8 LtdTMuA m 14.41+.01-0.2 LtdTMul 14.41+.01+0.2 LtdTmIncI 13.30...+0.3ThriventLgCapStkA m 26.24-.02+25.6 MuniBdA m 11.12+.01-3.4TocquevilleDlfld m 37.64-.02+24.0TouchstoneSdCapInGr 22.21-.18+35.2TransamericaAstAlMdGrA m 14.55-.01+17.8 AstAlMdGrC m 14.53...+17.1Tweedy, BrowneGlobVal d 26.46-.04+16.7U.S. Global InvestorGld&Prec m 5.96-.08-48.6 GlobRes m 9.16-.03-4.4 WrldPrcMnr m 5.67-.05-50.8UBS PACELgCoVlP d 24.19+.04+30.9 LrCoGrP d 25.00-.06+30.0USAACorstnModAgrsv 24.79-.01+8.9 GrowInc 21.74+.03+32.0 HYOpp d 8.74+.01+7.7 Income 12.98+.02-0.1 IncomeStk 16.98+.01+26.8 IntermBd 10.70+.01+1.2 Intl 29.86-.16+15.3 S&P500M 26.26+.01+28.2 ShTmBond 9.20+.01+1.0 TaxEInt 13.18+.02-0.8 TaxELgTm 13.10+.03-2.5 TaxEShTm 10.70...+0.6 Value 19.45+.04+32.1UnifiedWinInv m 17.30-.10+11.1VALIC Co IMdCpIdx 27.85+.03+28.3 StockIdx 34.25+.01+28.0Vanguard500Adml 169.50+.06+28.4 500Inv 169.50+.06+28.3 A-WexUSIdxAdm 30.85-.05+11.3 BalIdx 27.49+.02+16.0 BalIdxAdm 27.49+.02+16.2 BalIdxIns 27.49+.02+16.2 BalIdxSig 27.19+.02+16.1 CAIT 11.34+.02-0.5 CAITAdml 11.34+.02-0.5 CALTAdml 11.34+.03-2.1 CapOp 46.65+.07+40.2 CapOpAdml 107.70+.16+40.2 CapVal 14.39-.04+39.5 Convrt 13.72-.03+16.8 DevMktIdx 11.44-.01+19.1 DevMktsIdxIP 118.19-.07+19.3 DivAppIdxInv 29.88+.02+24.6 DivEqInv 30.46+.02+31.2 DivGr 21.25+.06+28.0 EMStIxSgl 31.37-.22-9.8 EmMkInsId 24.82-.17-9.7 EmMktIAdm 32.63-.23-9.8 EmMktStkIdxIP 82.56-.58-9.7 EmerMktId 24.85-.17-9.9 EnergyAdm 123.41-.60+13.7 EnergyInv 65.76-.32+13.6 EqInc 29.46...+26.1 EqIncAdml 61.74-.01+26.2 EurIdxAdm 72.41-.01+22.0 ExMktIdSig 53.90+.05+33.4 ExplAdml 95.88-.02+39.0 Explr 103.11-.01+38.8 ExtdIdAdm 62.73+.06+33.4 ExtdIdIst 62.72+.05+33.4 ExtdMktIdxIP 154.79+.14+33.5 ExtndIdx 62.74+.06+33.3 FAWeUSIns 97.77-.17+11.3 GNMA 10.46+.01-1.7 GNMAAdml 10.46+.01-1.6 GlbEq 23.24-.01+23.7 GrIncAdml 64.37+.09+29.2 GroInc 39.43+.05+29.0 GrowthIdx 47.51-.07+27.9 GrthIdAdm 47.51-.07+28.1 GrthIstId 47.51-.07+28.1 GrthIstSg 43.99-.07+28.1 HYCor 6.05...+4.4 HYCorAdml 6.05...+4.5 HYT/E 10.57+.02-2.9 HltCrAdml 80.90+.66+42.7 HlthCare 191.78+1.55+42.6 ITBond 11.13+.02-2.9 ITBondAdm 11.13+.02-2.8 ITGradeAd 9.70+.01-0.9 ITIGrade 9.70+.01-1.0 ITTsry 11.13+.01-2.7 ITrsyAdml 11.13+.01-2.6 InfPrtAdm 25.74+.11-7.6 InfPrtI 10.48+.04-7.6 InflaPro 13.11+.05-7.7 InstIdxI 168.42+.06+28.5 InstPlus 168.43+.06+28.5 InstTStId 42.14+.01+29.5 InstTStPl 42.15+.02+29.6 IntlExpIn 18.41...+28.3 IntlGr 23.06-.11+19.7 IntlGrAdm 73.33-.34+19.9 IntlStkIdxAdm 27.59-.04+12.0 IntlStkIdxI 110.33-.18+12.0 IntlStkIdxIPls 110.35-.18+12.1 IntlStkIdxISgn 33.10-.05+12.0 IntlVal 36.93-.06+19.1 ItBdIdxIn 11.13+.02-2.7 ItBdIdxSl 11.13+.02-2.8 LTBond 12.57+.05-6.9 LTGradeAd 9.78+.04-4.1 LTInvGr 9.78+.04-4.2 LTsryAdml 11.07+.05-9.8 LgBdIdxIs 12.57+.05-6.8 LgCpIdxAdm 42.61+.02+28.6 LifeCon 18.03+.01+8.1 LifeGro 27.47...+18.5 LifeInc 14.34+.01+3.3 LifeMod 23.04+.01+13.2 MidCapGr 24.58-.02+29.4 MidCapIdxIP 148.25+.21+31.0 MidCp 29.99+.04+30.8 MidCpAdml 136.09+.20+31.0 MidCpIst 30.06+.04+31.0 MidCpSgl 42.94+.06+31.0 Morg 25.57+.02+31.1 MorgAdml 79.22+.04+31.2 MuHYAdml 10.57+.02-2.8 MuInt 13.78+.01-1.5 MuIntAdml 13.78+.01-1.4 MuLTAdml 11.08+.02-2.7 MuLtd 11.04...+0.6 MuLtdAdml 11.04...+0.7 MuSht 15.86...+0.5 MuShtAdml 15.86...+0.6 NJLTAdml 11.65+.02-2.2 NYLTAdml 11.12+.02-2.6 PALTAdml 11.05+.01-2.5 PacIdxAdm 74.44-.13+15.1 PrecMtls 10.18-.10-36.1 Prmcp 92.50+.08+35.8 PrmcpAdml 95.91+.08+36.0 PrmcpCorI 19.48+.02+32.9 R1000GrIdxI 168.33+.02+29.1 REITIdx 21.68...+1.2 REITIdxAd 92.52+.03+1.4 REITIdxInst 14.32...+1.4 REITIdxSg 24.70+.01+1.4 STBond 10.48...+0.1 STBondAdm 10.48...+0.2 STBondSgl 10.48...+0.2 STCor 10.70...+1.0 STFedAdml 10.69...-0.3 STGradeAd 10.70...+1.1 STIGradeI 10.70...+1.1 STTsry 10.67...-0.1 STsryAdml 10.67...0.0 SelValu 28.21+.05+38.5 SmCapIdx 52.56+.02+32.7 SmCapIdxIP 151.79+.06+33.0 SmCpIdAdm 52.59+.02+32.9 SmCpIdIst 52.59+.02+33.0 SmCpIndxSgnl 47.38+.02+32.9SmCpValIdxAdm 41.63+.06+31.6SmGthIdx 34.37-.04+33.3 SmGthIst 34.42-.03+33.6 SmValIdx 23.22+.03+31.4 SmVlIdIst 23.27+.04+31.6 Star 23.86+.01+15.9 StratgcEq 30.10+.09+37.7 TgtRe2010 25.57+.01+8.1 TgtRe2015 14.74+.01+11.4 TgtRe2020 27.02+.01+13.9 TgtRe2030 27.50...+17.8 TgtRe2035 16.89+.01+19.9 TgtRe2040 28.14...+21.1 TgtRe2045 17.65...+21.1 TgtRe2050 28.01...+21.1 TgtRetInc 12.49+.01+5.2 Tgtet2025 15.69+.01+15.9 TotBdAdml 10.58+.01-1.6 TotBdInst 10.58+.01-1.6 TotBdMkInv 10.58+.01-1.7 TotBdMkSig 10.58+.01-1.6 TotIntl 16.50-.02+12.0 TotStIAdm 46.50+.03+29.5 TotStIIns 46.50+.02+29.4 TotStISig 44.87+.02+29.4 TotStIdx 46.48+.02+29.3 TxMBalAdm 24.93+.03+12.8 TxMCapAdm 93.33+.05+29.7 TxMGIAdm 82.44+.03+28.4 TxMIntlAdm 13.20-.01+19.3 TxMSCAdm 43.03-.02+35.2 USGro 28.59-.02+30.7 USGroAdml 73.98-.07+30.9 ValIdxAdm 29.71+.06+29.3 ValIdxIns 29.71+.06+29.3 ValIdxSig 30.91+.05+29.2 ValueIdx 29.71+.05+29.0 VdHiDivIx 24.44-.01+25.9 WellsI 24.81+.02+8.3 WellsIAdm 60.11+.06+8.4 Welltn 37.87+.06+17.4 WelltnAdm 65.40+.10+17.5 WndsIIAdm 64.99+.10+27.2 Wndsr 20.29+.04+31.9 WndsrAdml 68.43+.13+32.0 WndsrII 36.63+.06+27.2 ex-USIdxIP 103.54-.17+11.3VirtusEmgMktsIs 9.36-.05-8.9 MulSStA m 4.86+.01+1.3 MulSStC b 4.91...+0.8Waddell & Reed AdvAccumA m 10.81-.01+29.5 AssetStrA m 11.83-.04+23.2 BondA m 6.32+.01-1.9 CoreInv A m 7.23+.01+28.7 HiIncA m 7.63...+10.2 NewCncptA m 11.57...+26.2 SciTechA m 16.16-.06+53.4 VanguardA m 9.95...+31.4WasatchIntlGr d 28.94-.10+24.4 L/SInv d 16.11-.02+15.1 SmCapGr d 52.43+.10+27.8WeitzShtIntmInc 12.50...+0.9Wells FargoAdvCoBdI 12.29+.01-1.5 AstAlllcA f 13.96...+9.9 AstAlllcC m 13.50...+9.1 EmgMktEqA f 20.33-.18-7.0 GrI 55.14-.19+29.0 GrowInv 50.50-.17+28.3 GrowthAdm 53.43-.19+28.7 PrmLrgCoGrA f 14.20...+28.4 STMuBdInv 9.96...+0.7 ShTmBdInv 8.78...+0.7 UlSTMInA f 4.82...+0.1 UlSTMInI 4.82...+0.6WestcorePlusBd 10.75+.02-0.8William BlairInslIntlG 17.25-.08+17.2 IntlGrI d 26.68-.12+17.3 IntlGrN m 26.07-.11+16.9World FundsEpGloEqShYI 19.10-.03+19.8YacktmanFocused d 24.91-.06+23.0 Yacktman d 23.34-.06+23.6AQRDivArbtI 10.95+.02+1.8 MaFtStrI 10.54+.01+7.3 MaFtStrN b 10.46+.01+7.1 MlStrAltI 9.85+.04+4.4AcadianEmgMkts d 17.75-.10-7.4Alger GroupCapApInsI 26.54-.02+30.8 CapApprA m 20.97-.01+31.0Alliance BernsteinGlblBdA m 8.26...-1.8 GrthIncA m 5.31+.01+29.6 HighIncA m 9.41...+5.6 HighIncC m 9.52+.01+5.0 LgCapGrA m 37.94+.02+33.0AllianzGINFJAllCpVaA m 15.83+.03+25.6 NFJAllCpValIns 15.90+.02+26.0 NFJSmCVAd b 32.79+.03+26.1 NFJSmCVIs 34.86+.03+26.5 NFJSmCVlA m 32.86+.03+25.9AmanaGrowth b 31.85+.09+19.7 Income b 43.27+.08+25.2American BeaconLgCpVlInv 27.18+.03+30.4 LgCpVlIs 28.67+.04+30.9 SmCapInst 26.94+.02+34.2American CenturyDivBdInstl 10.57+.01-1.7 DivBdInv 10.57+.01-1.9 EqGrowInv 30.63+.03+29.2 EqIncA m 8.56+.01+16.3 EqIncInstl 8.56...+16.9 EqIncInv 8.56+.01+16.6 GinMaeInv 10.65+.01-1.9 HeritInv 25.32+.05+26.2 InTTxFBIns 11.18+.02-1.9 InTTxFBInv 11.17+.01-2.2 IncGrInv 35.94-.04+31.7 InfAdjI 11.64+.05-8.0 IntlGrInv d 13.53-.06+21.0 InvGrInstl 32.83-.03+26.0 InvGrInv 32.49-.02+25.8 MdCpValInv 15.73+.02+26.9 NTLgCoValInstl 11.91+.01+28.0 OneChMod 14.48+.01+14.2 SelectInv 55.91-.08+26.1 UltraInv 33.89-.07+32.1 ValueInv 8.17-.02+26.9American FundsAMCAPA m 27.21+.02+33.1 BalA m 24.31+.03+19.1 BondA m 12.44+.02-1.5 CapIncBuA m 57.88-.02+12.5 CapWldBdA m 20.15+.02-2.3 CpWldGrIA m 45.00-.01+22.1 CpWldGrIB m 44.79...+21.2 EurPacGrA m 48.76-.20+18.3 FnInvA m 51.53-.01+27.2 GlbBalA m 30.21+.03+15.7 GrthAmA m 42.87+.01+30.1 GrthAmB m 41.36+.01+29.1 HiIncA m 11.41...+6.0 HiIncMuA m 14.35+.03-3.2 IncAmerA m 20.50+.02+15.9 IntBdAmA m 13.42+.01-1.0 IntlGrInA m 34.67-.08+16.1 InvCoAmA m 36.36+.03+28.1 LtdTmTxEA m 15.97+.01-0.2 MutualA m 34.49+.04+24.2 NewEconA m 38.37-.01+40.0 NewPerspA m 37.23-.06+23.3 NwWrldA m 58.07-.23+7.4 STBdFdA m 9.97...-0.4 SmCpWldA m 49.13-.03+26.1 TaxEBdAmA m 12.44+.02-2.5 TaxECAA m 16.75+.03-2.0 USGovSecA m 13.56+.02-2.6 WAMutInvA m 39.14...+28.3ArbitrageArbitragI d 12.85...+0.8ArielApprecInv b 55.48-.12+39.5 ArielInv b 73.25-.08+38.0Artio GlobalGlobHiYldI 10.10-.01+9.0 TotRtBdI 12.98...-2.5ArtisanIntl d 29.93-.15+21.8 IntlVal d 36.42-.02+27.6 MdCpVal 26.70-.04+30.9 MidCap 47.61-.02+32.8 SmCap 29.97+.15+39.7 SmCapVal 18.55-.05+23.5Aston FundsMidCapN b 44.10+.04+40.4 MtgClGrI 28.19-.03+23.6 MtgClGrN b 28.05-.03+23.3BBHBrdMktFxI 10.35...+1.1 TaxEffEq d 21.14-.08+22.0BNY MellonEmgMkts 9.58-.07-6.9 MidCpMuStrM 14.48+.01+32.1 NtlIntM 13.40+.02-1.4 NtlShTM 12.92+.01+0.4BairdAggrInst 10.44+.01-0.9 CrPlBInst 10.80+.01-1.0 ShTmBdIns 9.69...+1.2BaronAsset b 61.41-.05+32.4 Growth b 71.72-.16+32.8 SmCap b 34.32-.08+31.8BernsteinDiversMui 14.32+.01-1.1 EmgMkts 26.47-.15-6.1 IntDur 13.38+.01-1.9 IntlPort 16.14-.02+17.0 NYMuni 13.98+.01-1.6 TxMIntl 16.21-.02+17.3BerwynIncome d 13.97-.02+14.6BlackRockBasicValA m 30.50+.03+33.8 BasicValI 30.73+.04+34.2 CapAppInA m 27.44...+30.4 CorBdInstl 9.42+.02-1.0 EqDivA m 24.05+.04+21.0 EqDivI 24.10+.04+21.3 EqDivR b 24.16+.04+20.6 EquitDivC m 23.51+.03+20.2 GlobAlcA m 21.26+.01+12.8 GlobAlcC m 19.70+.01+12.0 GlobAlcI 21.36+.01+13.1 GlobAlcR b 20.51+.01+12.4 HiYldBdIs 8.26+.01+8.9 HiYldInvA m 8.26+.01+8.5 HthScOpA m 41.98+.35+41.2 InflPrBndA m 10.73+.04-7.3 LowDurIvA m 9.76...+0.9 NatMuniA m 10.42+.02-3.0 NatMuniI 10.41+.02-2.8Brown AdvisoryGrEqInv d 18.66+.05+23.9 A-B-CAMAG Ph...20.37-3.58 AMC Net...68.08+.54 ASML Hld.69e90.14+.51 AcaciaTc.5013.79-.34 AcadiaPh...23.78-.13 Accuray...u8.82+.02 AcelRx...12.14+.15 Achillion...3.66-.09 ActivsBliz.19f18.30-.04 AdobeSy...59.09+.19 Adtran.3625.20-1.46 Aegerion...73.75+.52 Affymetrix...u9.41+.45 AirMedia...2.34+.14 AkamaiT...47.62+.94 Akorn...22.91+.02 Alexion...u134.07+.07 AlignTech...60.34-.39 Alkermes...u43.05+.24 AllotComm...15.61+.22 AllscriptH...15.01-.17 AlpVident...24.06-.09 AlteraCp lf.6031.46-.32 AmTrstFin.56b35.19+.48 Amarin...2.14+.10 Amazon...u401.01-.91 AmbacFn n...23.77-.19 Ambarella...32.17-.29 Amdocs.52u41.42+.14 AmAirl n...u29.42+1.79 AmAirl pf...u26.38+.18 ACapAgy3.75e19.78-.09 AmCapLtd...u16.04+.22 ARltCapPr.9412.68+.02 ARCP pfF...20.34-.16 AmSupr...1.69+.02 Amgen2.44f118.89+3.01 AmkorTch...5.89-.02 Anadigc...1.81-.04 AnalogDev1.3649.52-.19 AngiesList...14.85+1.15 ApolloEdu...30.75-.01 ApolloInv.808.60+.04 Apple Inc12.20536.52-6.94 ApldMatl.4017.40-.02 AMCC...11.37-.24 Approach...19.40+.19 ArchCap...55.93+.50 ArenaPhm...6.06+.14 AresCap1.52a17.69+.02 AriadP...6.76+.30 ArkBest.1233.47+.14 ArmHld.23e48.79-4.22 Arotech...3.66-.01 ArrayBio...5.21+.02 Arris...24.96-.19 ArubaNet...18.75-.10 AscenaRtl...21.86-.22 AsscdBanc.36f17.31+.23 Atmel...u8.34... AutoNavi...15.60-.32 Autodesk...u51.08+.84 AutoData1.92f80.63+.28 Auxilium...21.87+.50 AvagoTch1.00f53.23-.55 AvanirPhm...3.14-.03 AvisBudg...40.30+.20 Axcelis...2.47+.09 B/E Aero...83.23+.24 BG Med h...1.35+.02 BGC Ptrs.486.20... Baidu...u175.52-6.27 BallardPw...2.08-.19 BncFstOK1.2455.20+.09 BncpBnk...17.62-.81 BaxanoSrg...1.08-.05 Bazaarvce...8.25+.20 BedBath...69.75-9.93 Biocryst...u9.90+.50 BiogenIdc...289.75-.26 BioMarin...70.18+.39 BioScrip...7.43+.07 BlackBerry...8.72+.18 BloominBr...23.51-.05 BlueNile...42.66-2.38 BluebBio n...22.03+.60 BodyCentrl...3.95+.01 BonaFilm...6.45+.10 BreitBurn1.97f20.17+.05 Brightcove...11.64+.31 Broadcom.4429.35-.16 BroadSoft...26.98-1.91 BrcdeCm...u9.24+.21 BrukerCp...19.95+.03 BuffaloWW...146.43-5.06 CA Inc1.00u33.85+.26 CBOE.72a49.76-.26 CH Robins1.4056.55+.28 CME Grp1.80a77.10+.04 CTC Media.6412.78-.70 CadencePh...u10.28+.68 Cadence...14.32-.10 CaesarAc n...u13.55+.48 Caesars...23.03+.10 CalAmp...u30.56+.12 Callidus...u13.72+.02 Camtek h...4.25-.08 CdnSolar...36.91-1.52 CapFedFn.30a11.93-.01 CpstnTurb...u1.57+.12 Cardica...1.31+.23 CardiovSys...30.93-1.32 CareerEd...6.12+.02 Carrizo...42.33-.25 Catamaran...49.63+.97 Cavium...32.63-.69 Celgene...168.70+1.24 CelldexTh...23.12-.18 Cempra...u14.13+1.03 CEurMed...3.27-.06 CentAl...10.05+.08 Ceres...1.73+.06 Cerner s...55.02+.70 CerusCp...u7.25... ChartInds...92.19-1.66 CharterCm...136.01-.08 ChkPoint...u64.70+.13 ChemoCntx...6.39+.32 ChinaSun h...7.10-.07 ChiCache...14.26+.27 CinnFin1.6851.11+.22 Cintas.77fu59.37+.18 Cirrus...19.04-.56 Cisco.6822.09-.20 CitrixSys...60.35-.92 CleanEngy...12.21-.23 ClovisOnc...70.65+7.66 Cognex s.2237.29-.26 CognizTech...99.53-.42 ColemanC.20f26.16-.05 Comc spcl.7850.89... CommScp n...18.93-.06 CmcBMO.90u45.78+1.07 CommVlt...71.70-2.21 Compuwre.5010.84-.26 Comtech1.20f31.85+.27 ConatusP n...u9.80+3.56 Conns...72.24-1.76 CorinthC...1.72+.02 Costco1.24118.51+4.46 CowenGp...3.91+.04 Cree Inc...66.63+.84 Crocs...15.64-.07 Ctrip.com...40.49-4.02 CubistPh...69.98+1.01 CumMed...7.87-.13 Curis...2.96-.01 CypSemi.4410.14-.01 Cytori...2.85-.08 D-E-FDeckrsOut...88.11+2.21 Dndreon...2.91+.06 Dentsply.2548.91+.18 Depomed...u11.21+.19 Dest XL...6.13-.06 DexCom...u36.64+1.16 DiambkEn...45.52-2.09 DirecTV...u70.51+1.23 DiscComA...84.73+.12 DiscComC...78.44+.30 DishNetw h...56.48-1.48 DollarTree...56.43-.21 DonlleyRR1.0419.83+.01 DotHillSys...u4.00+.53 DragonW g...1.64+.01 DryShips...3.92-.16 Dunkin.7646.99-.53 DurectCp...u1.96+.11 DyaxCp...8.00+.02 E-Trade...u20.94+.23 eBay...52.07-.30 eHealth...u57.47+9.85 EV Engy3.08f32.52-.44 EagleBulk...3.85-.38 EaglRkEn.60m6.04-.05 EarthLink.205.35-.08 EstWstBcp.6034.38+.03 Ebix Inc...14.30-.67 8x8 Inc...10.82-.29 ElectArts...22.75-.56 EFII ...38.49+.37 EndoPhrm...69.02-.91 EnerNOC...u20.49-.56 EngyXXI.4824.49-.20 Enphase...7.59+.34 Entegris...11.12-.07 EntropCom...4.67-.05 Epizyme n...37.10+1.98 Equinix...177.49-2.80 Ericsson.43e11.93-.01 ExOne n...66.72+.80 Exelixis...7.19+.19 Expedia.6069.55-.76 ExpdIntl.6043.01+.02 ExpScripts...u72.38+1.35 ExtrmNet...u7.33+.16 F5 Netwks...88.06-1.31 FLIR Sys.3632.50-.40 Facebook...u57.22-1.01 FairchldS...13.26+.05 FairwayG n...d15.34-.97 Fastenal1.0046.59+.71 FedMogul...19.87-3.10 FifthStFin1.009.42+.10 FifthThird.48u21.32+.19 Finisar...23.82-.93 FinLine.2827.57-.22 FireEye n...57.90+.94 FstNiagara.3210.23-.09 FstSolar...52.11+.43 FstMerit.6422.70+.42 Fiserv s...58.61-.10 FiveBelow...43.59-1.43 Flextrn...7.72+.05 Fluidigm...u39.92+.77 Fortinet...19.47-.37 Fossil Grp...119.32+1.21 FosterWhl...30.85-.26 Francesca...18.08-.56 FreshMkt...38.65-2.19 FrontierCm.404.67-.08 FuelTech...7.92-.13 FuelCellE...1.63-.06 FultonFncl.3213.07+.02 G-H-IGT AdvTc...9.30-.17 GTx Inc...1.95+.21 GW Phm n...u47.00+8.94 Gam&Lsr n...37.75+.90 Garmin1.8044.87-.53 Gentex.5632.87+.03 GeronCp...5.23+.40 Gevo...1.33-.03 GileadSci s...74.30+.84 GlbSpcMet.2817.81-.03 GluMobile...4.29+.04 Gogo n...24.16+.24 GolLNGLtd1.8035.96-.65 Goodyear.20u25.22+.51 Google...1130.24-10.99 GrCanyEd...47.20+.10 GreenMtC1.0080.69+.10 GreenPlns.1619.20+.16 GrifolsSA.26eu38.75+1.90 Groupon...11.44-.34 GulfportE...52.83-1.19 HD Supp n...23.74+.55 HMS Hldgs...22.61+.08 Halozyme...u16.15+.39 HanwhaSol...3.26-.01 Hasbro1.6052.98-.74 HawHold...u10.27+.01 Healthwys...15.22+.25 HrtlndEx.0820.31+.25 HSchein...u117.53+.27 HercOffsh...6.03-.20 HighpwrInt...3.15+.36 HimaxTch.25e14.29+.14 Hologic...22.07-.01 Home Inns...40.07-3.36 HmeLnSvc1.8022.47+.16 HomeAway...40.96-.65 HorizPhm...8.59-.20 HudsCity.169.47+.08 HuntJB.6077.48+.33 HuntBncsh.20u9.77+.02 IAC Inter.9669.62-.71 IdexxLabs...108.98+.67 iRobot...38.21+.61 iShAsiaexJ1.06e57.71-.21 iShACWX1.25e45.63-.16 iSh ACWI1.09e56.82-.05 iShNsdqBio.07eu234.48+2.90 IconixBr...38.74-.24 IdenixPh...u7.05-.04 Illumina...u114.80+.83 ImunoGn...14.86+.05 Imunmd...5.18+.28 Imris g...1.96-.23 Incyte...u56.17+1.43 Infinera...9.51-.48 InfinityPh...12.61+.11 Informat...u42.81-.09 InnerWkgs...7.51-.19 Insulet...36.27-.60 Nasdaq National Market Mutual FundsIntgDv...10.18+.26 Intel.9025.31-.12 InteractB.40a22.89-.36InterceptP...u275.87+203.48InterMune...u16.57+1.44 Intersil.4810.80-.15 Intuit.7676.63+.19 IntSurg...386.78+6.32 IridiumCm...6.52+.02 IronwdPh...12.39+.16 Isis...u46.15+4.02 Ixia lf...12.01-.36 J-K-LJA Solar...10.05-.24 JDS Uniph...12.41-.75 JackInBox...48.11-.62 JamesRiv...1.31-.09 JazzPhrm...u136.07-1.75 JetBlue...u8.83-.17 JosABank...55.91+.04 KEYW Hld...17.83+.18 KLA Tnc1.8062.49+.19 KandiTech...13.11-.04 KiOR...1.65-.10 KongZhg...9.33+.21 KraftFGp2.1053.32+.07 Kulicke...12.92-.14 KytheraBio...39.56+3.55 LKQ Corp...32.04-.25 LPL Fincl.76u50.34+1.40 LSI Corp.1210.98-.01 LTX-Cred...8.53-.04 LamResrch...54.20+.02 LamarAdv...51.03-.47 Landstar.24a58.03+.58 Lattice...5.44+.08 Layne...18.60+2.03 LexiPhrm...1.84-.02 LibGlobA...88.95-.39 LibGlobC...84.08-.37 LibMed A n...140.06+.52 LibtyIntA...28.55-.41 LifeTech...75.89+.03 LifePtH...55.44+.08 LinearTch1.0445.25+.07 LinnEngy2.9032.31-.18 LinnCo2.9031.57-.31 Liquidity...21.25-.78 Logitech.23e13.79-.22 lululemn gs...d57.35-.67 M-N-0MaidenH.44f11.20-.23 MannKd...7.08+1.10 Marketo n...39.84-1.68 MarIntA.6848.99-.14 MarvellT.24u15.15+.18 Masimo...30.82-.44 Mattel1.4445.49-.20 MaximIntg1.0428.44-.34 MedAssets...20.20-.06 MediCo...38.36+.20 Medivation...u70.98+2.29 MelcoCrwn...u42.61-.38 Mellanox...39.13-.95 MemorialP2.20f21.99+.36 MercadoL.5798.52-.95 MergeHlth...d2.11-.20 MerrimkP...6.20+.23 Methanx.8058.80+.61 Microchp1.42fu45.22-.07 MicronT...23.24-.63 MicrosSys...u58.32-.23 MicroSemi...24.50-.40 Microsoft1.1235.53-.23 MillerHer.56f29.99+.68 Momenta...u19.56+.37 Mondelez.5635.36+.54 MonstrBev...67.55-.84 MontageT n...u22.14+2.54 Mylan...u45.10+.37 MyriadG...22.39+1.01 NII Hldg...2.22-.29 NPS Phm...u36.56+1.45 NXP Semi...43.06-.77 Nanosphere...2.66+.04 NasdOMX.5240.24+.06 NatusMed...24.21+.13 NektarTh...12.40+.23 NetApp.6040.65-.40 NetEase1.00eu79.77-2.63 Netflix...337.05-3.94 Netlist h....89+.05 Neurcrine...u18.29+.21 NYMtgTr1.086.81-.02 NewLead rs...1.50-.04 Newport...17.53-.15 NewsCpA n...17.34+.05 NewsCpB n...17.30+.06 Noodles n...35.74-.14 NorTrst1.24u61.49-.53 NorwCrL n...34.72+.40 Novavax...5.18+.02 NuanceCm...15.04-.20 NuPathe...4.38... Nvidia.34f15.75-.61 NxStageMd...11.56+.33 OReillyAu...132.49-.09 Oclaro...u2.68-.12 OldDomFrt...u53.69+.83 OldNBcp.4014.63+.02 OmniVisn...15.57-1.43 OnSmcnd...8.48-.06 OnTrack...3.54+.15 Oncothyr...1.84+.01 OpenTable...80.98+.27 OraSure...6.79-.19 Orexigen...6.27+.28 OriginAg...1.90-.03 P-Q-RPDC Engy...48.19-.90 PDL Bio.608.62+.08 PGT Inc...11.37-.03 PMC Sra...6.26-.07 PacWstBc1.00u43.75+.60 Paccar.80a59.00+.03 PacerIntl...8.93-.02 PacBiosci...5.08-.23 PacSunwr...3.43+.06 PaciraPhm...u65.00+4.87 PanASlv.5011.51-.17 PaneraBrd...177.33-4.41 Parexel...46.49+.23 Patterson.6441.29+.03 PattUTI.2024.88-.11 Paychex1.4044.53-.23 PnnNGm...13.05-.37 PennantPk1.1211.20-.05 PeopUtdF.65u15.59+.17 PerfectWld.45e20.79+.12 PerionNwk...13.29-.59 PetSmart.7868.63-.58 Pharmacyc...130.53+2.68 PilgrimsP...16.59+.47 Pixelwrks...5.47-.23 Polycom...11.64-.01 Popular...28.16+.21 PortfRec s...54.14-.05 PwShs QQQ.88e87.02-.29 PriceTR1.5283.29-.63 priceline...1153.69-3.81 PrivateB.0428.37+.13 ProUPQQQ...120.00-1.25 ProceraN...11.38-.37 PrognicsPh...6.06-.07 Proofpoint...35.37-.79 PrUPShQQQ...14.81+.18 ProspctCap1.3211.23+.01 QIAGEN...24.05-.35 QIWI n.61e54.41-1.96 QlikTech...27.16-.14 Qualcom1.4073.91+.23 Questcor1.2050.19-.31 QuickLog...4.42-.24 Qunar n...29.26-4.63 RF MicD...4.55-.21 Rambus...8.74-.31 Randgold.50fd59.29-1.96 RaptorPhm...14.51+.88 Receptos n...u35.50+3.97 Regenrn...267.62-5.88 RenewEn...10.63-.27 RentACt.92fd32.76-.38 Replgn...12.30-.47 Responsys...27.08-.04 RetailNot n...32.69+.46 RexEnergy...17.95-.24 RigelPh...3.15+.01 RiverbedT...19.54+.01 RockwllM...10.52+.47 RosettaR...46.35+.46 RossStrs.6874.65+.95 Rovi Corp...22.04+.33 RoyGld.84f48.22-.22 RubiconTc...11.21+.16 S-T-USBA Com...87.84-1.20 SEI Inv.44f34.56+.11 SLM Cp.6026.63+.17 SalixPhm...91.60+.65 SanDisk.9072.66-.79 SangBio...u18.88+5.23 Sanmina...16.30-.20 Sanofi rt....37+.00 Sapient...17.21-.20 SareptaTh...19.24+.89 Schnitzer.7528.40-1.66 SeagateT1.72f58.01-1.62 SearsHldgs...42.57-1.40 SeattGen...41.35+.31 SelCmfrt...17.23-.67 SemiLEDS...1.22-.05 Semtech...23.87-.25 Sequenom...2.64+.18 SvcSource...8.30-.02 ShandaGm...4.68+.16 Shutterfly...46.42-1.21 SierraWr...23.77-1.14 SigmaDsg...5.20+.47 SigmaAld.8693.36-.02 SilicnMotn.6013.90-.51 SilvStd g...7.06-.21 Sina...84.96-4.00 Sinclair.6035.69-.80 SiriusXM...3.79+.02 Skullcandy...u7.66-.20 Sky-mobi...4.69+.44 SkyWest.1613.92-.94 SkywksSol...27.72-.20 SmithWes...u14.96+.70 SodaStrm...50.08-.26 Sohu.cm...75.89-2.66 SolarCity...u67.49+1.31 Solazyme...10.38-.16 SoltaMed...2.93+.01 SonicCorp...19.51+.32 Sonus...2.85-.04 Spectranet...u26.00+.51 SpectPh...8.54+.06 SpiritAir...48.07+1.37 Splunk...74.58-.33 Sprouts n...38.20-.25 Staples.4815.14-.47 StarScient...1.05+.01 Starbucks1.04f77.60-.43 Starz A...29.55-.16 StlDynam.4419.11-.11 SMadden s...34.52+.56 Stratasys...133.25+.04 SungyMo n...21.08-.89 SunPower...32.79-.24 support.cm...2.86-.02 SusqBnc.3212.79+.04 SwisherH h....56-.06 Symantec.6023.51+.17 Synaptics...53.53+.28 SynrgyPh...5.60+.10 Synopsys...u40.94+.16 SyntaPhm...5.82-.06 SynthEn h....79+.06 TCP Cap1.4417.44+.35 TTM Tch...8.26-.16 tw telecom...30.55+.06 TakeTwo...17.67-.13 TASER...17.79-.14 Tesaro...26.93+.86 TeslaMot...147.53-3.75 TxCapBsh...u62.62+.68 TexInst1.2043.06-.23 TexRdhse.4826.91+.02 Theravnce...37.18+.27 Thoratec...36.36+.61 TibcoSft...22.18-.57 TileShop...17.91-.10 TiVo Inc...13.16-.11 TowerGp lf.662.73-.14 TractSup s.5276.70+.35 TradeSt rt....05-.06 TrimbleN s...33.58+.07 TripAdvis...85.17+.02 TriQuint...8.18-.01 TriStCap n...13.43+.72 TuesMrn...14.10-.30 21stCFoxA.2533.50-.89 21stCFoxB.2532.59-1.21 21Vianet...u23.03-.25 USA Tech h...2.36+.10 Ubiquiti...44.37-2.63 UltaSalon...92.29-1.88 UltraClean...10.71-.03 Umpqua.60a18.93-.02 Unilife...4.55-.06 UtdCmBks...u18.81+.90 UtdNtrlF...72.24-3.29 UtdOnln rs.6013.35+.32 UtdTherap...108.74-.96 UnivDisp...34.27-1.03 UrbanOut...38.01+.14 V-W-X-Y-ZVCA Ant...u32.57+.59 VOXX Intl...14.00-2.99 ValueClick...22.84+.04 VandaPhm...12.08-.08 VangNatR2.49u29.99+.47 VanSTCpB1.60e79.74-.01 VeecoInst...35.99+1.65 Verisign...u60.98-.26 Verisk...63.14-.22 VertxPh...76.32+1.09 ViacomA1.2086.13-.71 ViacomB1.2086.00-.67 Vical...1.24-.04 VimpelCm1.59e12.07-.27 ViroPhrm...49.89+.09 Virtusa...34.12-.88 Vivus...9.08-.07 Vodafone1.61e38.84+.06 Volcano...23.22+.65 Web.com...31.44-.68 WebMD...u44.25+.53 Wendys Co.208.40-.01 WDigital1.20f84.92-1.49 WstptInn g...19.93-.79 WetSeal...2.58-.14 WholeFd s.48f53.50-.47 Windstrm1.007.95-.06 WisdomTr...17.46+.11 Wynn4.00au204.77-.52 XOMA...u8.17+1.01 Xilinx1.0045.78-.13 YRC Wwde...15.67-2.99 YY Inc...60.96-2.42 Yahoo...40.92-.10 Yandex...u44.22+1.97 Yongye n...6.53+.06 ZeltiqAes...u20.11-.07 Zillow...87.06-2.13 ZionBcp.1630.22+.22 Zix Corp...4.66-.22 Zogenix...u4.02+.14 Zulily n...42.99+1.30 Zumiez...24.20-1.98 Zynga...4.12-.06 12-mo Name NAV Chg%RtnNameDivLastChg Mutual Fund Footnotes: b Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f front load (sales charges). m Multiple fees are charged, usually a marketing fee and either a sales or redemption fee. NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week.Source:Morningstar and the Associated Press.

PAGE 15

C1 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 Around the Block 352-365-8203 features@dailycommercial.com REMINISCE: Rawlings, Prescott reach the end of their journey / C3 www.dailycommercial.com EUSTIS | LCM THIRFT STORE THE VILLAGES | RENAISSANCE FAIRE BUSHNELL | DADE BATTLEFIELD REENACTMENT MELINDA RABIN and CHRIS JONES CARL ASH and DARREN GRAVES DAVID DOYLE JEFF GRZELAK HERODISE RAGIN EDDIE RICCI HILDA PATTON MARY SAMSU PETER GERARDI RHEA HENDRIX DARLENE WOLF CASEY SELLERS Whether at home, while shopping, or just enjoying Lake and Sumter counties with your friends and neighbors, youve been ... SPOTTED PHOTOS BY THERESA CAMPBELL PHOTOS BY CINDY DIAN PHOTO BY BRETT LE BLANC

PAGE 16

C2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 TODAY MOUNT DORA CENTER FOR THE ARTS GALLERY HOST BIG BAD WAX EX HIBIT: A national juried encaustic exhibit with 35 artists work dis played through March 2. Call 352-383-0880 for details. INTRODUCTION TO YOUR KINDLE OFFERED AT THE MARIANNE BECK MEMO RIAL LIBRARY: At 10 a.m., Howey-in-the-Hills. Register for this class at www.mylakelibrary.org. WINTER BIRD WALK AT DADE BATTLEFIELD STATE PARK: From 10 a.m. to noon, 7200 County Road 603 in Bushnell. Cost is $3 entry per car into park up to eight people. For reserva tions, call 352-793-4781. AMERICAN LEGION POST 219 MONTHLY FISH FRY: From 4 to 7 p.m. at the Post, 194 W. Foun tain St., Fruitland Park. $7 per person. Call 352787-2338 for informa tion. FRIDAY NIGHT JAZZ AT THE LAKESIDE INN MOUNT DORA: From 7 to 10 p.m., with trio Johny Carlsson on piano, Barry Smith on drums and Larry Jacoby on bass. ARTISANS ON FIFTH SHARON REPPLE AND STEVE SAILORS OPENING: From 6 to 8 p.m., 134 E. Fifth Ave., Mount Dora. In conjunction with the monthly Mount Dora Art Stroll. Go to www. artisansonfth.com for details. SATURDAY LOW COST PET VACCI NATION CLINIC: From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Hendrix Feed and Fence, 35042 County Road 437, Eustis. Call 352-589-6393. THE VILLAGES MA SONIC LODGE NO. 394 INSTALLATION OF OFFI CERS: At 2 p.m., Wild wood Masonic Lodge. Call Victor Campbell at 352-430-1225. NORTH LAKE DETACH MENT MARINE CORPS LEAGUE S.O.S. BREAK FAST: Serving sausage gravy and biscuits, at 8 a.m., Detachment Hall, County Road 468 and Marcella Way in Lees burg. Call Bill Bell at 352-589-0454 for de tails. GRANVILLE BEVILLE 2234 IN BUSHNELL MEET ING: At 10 a.m., at mem ber home. Call Carol Tomlinson at 352-5165720 or Joyce White at 352-793-8119 for infor mation. WINTER WARM-UP GIVEAWAY AT SOUTH 14TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST: From 8 a.m. to noon, 1505 S. 14th St., Leesburg, for the needy and homeless. Call the church at 352-787-4019 for details or to make a donation. SUNDAY SUNDAY NITE DANCE: At 6 p.m., American Le gion Post 347, corner of County Road 466 and Rolling Acres Rd.,in Lady Lake. Music by Starburst Band, 7 to 10 p.m. $10. Call 352-3048672. MUSICAL MATINEE FUNDRAISER FOR LAKE COUNTY FOLK FESTI VAL: At 2:30 p.m., with Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen, at the Trout Lake Nature Center, 521 E. County Road 44 in Eustis. $10 donation. RSVP to leffmusic@ comcast.net, or call the center at 352-357-7536 for information. SECOND SUNDAY DIN NER AT LEESBURG MA SONIC LODGE NO. 48 A&FM: From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., 200 Ritchey Rd. in Leesburg. Adults $9, age 14 and younger $4. Call 352-787-5696 for reservations. MONDAY BEGINNER GENEALOGY CLASSES AT THE LIBRARY: From 1 to 4 p.m., today, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3, at the Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. Pre-reg istration is required by calling 352-728-9790, ext. 3560. Cost is $15. FLORIDA ATTOR NEY GENERAL CAN DIDATE PERRY THUR STON GUEST: At 6 p.m., speaking at the Greater Leesburg Democratic Club meeting, Lees burg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. Call Louis Ward at 352-5527540 for details. THE VILLAGES MASONIC LODGE NO. 394 MEETING: Luncheon at 1:30 p.m., meeting at 2:30 p.m., Wildwood Masonic Lodge. For information, call Victor Campbell at 352-430-1225. TODDLER STORY HOUR AT THE LIBRARY: At 10:30 a.m. Bring your toddlers, ages 0-4 for an hour of reading and singing with Jen nifer. Marianne Beck Memorial Library, in Howey-in-the-Hills, call 352-324-0254. TUESDAY TAVARES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JANU ARY NETWORKING LUN CHEON: From noon to 1 p.m., Olivias Coffee house & Bistro, 108 N. Bay St. in downtown Eu stis. For RSVP and infor mation, email jeff@tav areschamber.com. BUILD YOUR BONES OS TEOPOROSIS PREVENTION 3-PART SERIES BEGINS TODAY: From 10 a.m. to noon, Lake County Ex tension Service, 1951 Woodlea Rd., Tavares. Registration required at: http://bones2014. eventbrite.com, or call 352-343-4101, ext. 2719. Cost is $10. THE VILLAGES SHRINE CLUB MEETING: Dinner at 6 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m., Orchid room, Hi biscus Recreation Cen ter, The Villages. Guests should bring a side dish to pass. Call Ken John son at 352-259-4334 for information. TAVARES SHUFFLE BOARD CLUB LESSONS: Every Tuesday and Sat urday at 1 p.m., equip ment provided, tourna ments and more, at 150 E. Caroline St. in Tava res. Call 352-343-1205 for information. WEDNESDAY TRIANGLE BOAT CLUB LUNCH BUNCH TRIP: To Palm Garden restau rant. Meet at the Club in Tavares at 10:30 a.m. and guests can drive or boat to the restaurant. Call 352-533-8398. EUSTIS MEMORIAL LIBRARY LEGO OPEN HOUSE: From 3:30 to 5 p.m., 120 N. Center St. All ages welcome, under age 7 need to be accom panied by an adult. Call 352-357-0896. CHAPTER 662 OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ACTIVE & RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION MEETING: At 11 a.m., at the IHOP restaurant, 10332 U.S. Highway 441 in Lees burg. CANASTA EVERY WEDNESDAY IN JANUARY: From 2 to 5 p.m. Cards provided and snacks welcome, at the Mari anne Beck Memorial Li brary in Howey-in-theHills. Call 352-324-0254. LC SWING BAND BENE FIT CONCERT: At 7 p.m., Lake Miona Recreation Center, 1526 Buena Vista Blvd., The Vil lages. Benefits SOZO Kids. Tickets are $15 at 352-750-5411. Go to www.sozokids.org for details. KINSEEKERS GENEA LOGICAL SOCIETY MEET ING: At 1 p.m., Leesburg Public Library, guests are Jerry Peacock, Sons of the Confederacy; Sandra Mott, United Daughters of the Con federacy and Bob Gre nier, author and histo rian. For information, call Steve Offutt at 352633-4113. LAKE COUNTY RE TIRED EDUCATORS AND SCHOOL-RELATED PER SONNEL MEETING: At 10 a.m., Tavares Civic Cen ter, 100 E. Caroline St. Call 352-315-0966 for details. THURSDAY TEEN DUCT TAPE CLUB MAKING FLIP FLOPS: From 6 to 7 p.m., Eustis Memorial Library, 120 N. Center St. For sixth graders and older. Call 352-357-5686. INCREDIBLE EDIBLES PREPARATION WORKSHOP AT DADE BATTLEFIELD STATE PARK: Prepare and eat wild edibles, from 7 to 9 p.m., 7200 County Road 603 in Bushnell. Cost is $3 entry per car into park up to eight people. Reservations at 352-793-4781. FREE EXPLORING WIN DOW 8 AT THE LEESBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY: From 2 to 4 p.m., 100 E. Main St., Leesburg, a basic overview of Windows 8. Call 352-728-9790, or e mail librarian@ leesburgflorida.gov to pre-register and for de tails. WESTERN HOEDOWN BALLROOM DANCE: Free lesson at 7 p.m., general ballroom dancing to 10 T he rst of January always has me do ing a little remi niscing on the porch steps. First of all, I think about my dad and the house he built for my siblings and I to grow up in. It was a lit tle one-and-a-half sto ry bungalow that had a mortgage of about $900. That seems an amazing price to pay for a house when you look at todays prices. Ours sat on a hill that served as the main street in North Apol lo, and all the folks who lived up above us walked by to get to the grocery store, the post ofce and the street car line that went up and down Route 66 between Apollo and Leechburg and Vander grift in those days. The hill was unpaved and covered with cinders, which every little girl ended up with on her knees at some time or other. My dad knew every one in town, and they stopped by to talk on their way down the hill. The conversation covered most anything that was happening around our Kiskimini tas Valley. That is why this column has been called From the Porch Steps since its con ception more than 20 years ago. In my mood of rem iniscence, I took out some old les of my column and began to read them. The most interesting ones were about people I knew and admired. Jim Long was one of the rst people I wrote about. I wrote to help me accept his passing, as he was a dear friend. Jim was a big, rangy cowboy of a man with a penchant for impos sible ventures and in teresting women. He was stubborn and had a mindset you couldnt budge with a backhoe, but to know him was to love him. He had deep-set blue eyes and huge eyebrows that gave him the look of an owl about to pounce, but his engaging smile and habit of calling ev ery woman hon dis pelled the gloomier as pect of his nature. Jim Long accepted everyone as his friend and would talk for hours to folks he had just met. He was interested in education and would drag me to every Lake County Education Board meeting and make me sit through all the long and boring deliberations. He was born in Louisiana, the son of a cattle ranch er, and spent much of his childhood on the back of a horse. He taught me never to say I cant. I could write a whole column on the things we two old folks accomplished togeth er, tearing down old houses. Many of you may still remember Capt. Toby Williamson of the Leesburg Fire Depart ment. I wrote a fare well column about Williamson when he succumbed to can cer a number of years ago. There were many in Lake County who mourned him. I met Williamson at Lees burg Toastmasters. When Toby William son graduated from high school, he joined the National Park Rangers as a reghter. He spent a lot of time while in the Rangers on the Lisbon Fire Tow er where he read a lot of books about Flori da by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Marjorie Douglas. Williamson, his love ly wife Caroline and their two daughters were environmental ists and studied Native American lore. They spent their free time camping and hiking in Floridas outdoors. I discovered William sons talent as a song writer and folk sing er when I asked him to perform for the Lees burg Toastmasters at my swearing in as president. He played guitar while he sang his own songs about the environment. I asked Williamson what he thought was the best thing we could to for Floridas ecology. He just shook his head and his usually pleas ant face became glum as he said, Nina, ev ery good farmer knows that when you put too many cows in a pas ture, you ruin the pas ture. Im afraid we have already ruined the pas ture. Many older resi dents of Lake Coun ty remember Norma Hendricks. I had the honor of writing a col umn about that great lady who held court at her desk amid a cloud of cigarette smoke for so many years in the Leesburg Commercial newsroom. Everyday we looked forward to the short column she wrote and her picture with yet another crazy hat. She was so much a part of the Commercial that when I go in those hallowed halls today I still expect to see her ghost wandering be tween the desks and the Volkswagen she drove when she went out on a police call sit ting in the parking lot. About ve years ago I called for an inter view at the apartment of Rev. John Annos, a well-known Abraham Lincoln impersonator. When his wife Lenore opened the door, I ex pected to be there for perhaps a half hour. Two hours later I reluc tantly said my good byes. Rev. Annos had just celebrated his 105th birthday by giv ing a 45-minute talk about his life. I discov ered that he received his rst parish the year I was born. What a re markable and enter taining gentleman. He gave his last perfor mance just before he was to celebrate his 110th birthday. Central Florida is blessed with many in teresting folks. I hope I am able to write about many more of them. I hope you meet some of them this year, and I wish you a blessed new year. Nina Gilfert can be reached at ninagilfert@yahoo.com. NINA GILFERT FROM THE PORCH STEPS Just a little first-of-the-year reminiscing COMMUNITY CALENDAR SEE EVENTS | C3

PAGE 17

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C3 W e left Marjorie Kinnan Raw lings and her good friend and trav el mate Dess Prescott on the northeast bor der of Lake County near Astor at the end of November. The bor der is formed by the St. Johns River as it ows into Lake George, Flor idas second largest lake. They will soon be done with their St. Johns adventure. Rawlings wrote about their journey along the St. Johns Riv er in chapter 22 of her book Cross Creek. The chapter was titled Hyacinth Drift. The plan was to cross 14-mile long Lake George early in the morning before the wind rose. They looked for a place to pull in and make camp. There was scarcely a patch of g round large enough to step out on, wrote Rawlings. They found several shing shacks on stakes in the area where the river joined the lake. Only one stood on enough ground to of fer camping facilities, continued Rawlings. We poled through the hyacinths and called from the rickety small dock. A sullen-faced woman spoke curt ly from the doorway. We could see the inte rior of the shack. There were pallets on the oor; a table; a chair or two. A dirty child peered from her skirts. We were not want ed here, it was plain, but she was a squat ter, with no right to re fuse us. Dess and I de bated the matter in low voices. The wom an, the place, seemed to me preferable to the dark swamp to which we must return. But the wind was freshen ing from the west. Even now, hyacinths were piling in behind us. Dess was concerned about the hyacinths blocking their journey the next day and said shed rather sleep with a moccasin over each shoulder than get stuck in a hyacinth block. While the movie De liverance hadnt yet been lmed, the scene that greeted them when they decided to look elsewhere for camp could have come straight from that movie. The child theyd en countered began clapping his hands and shrilly chanted, Theyre going away! Theyre going away! It caused Rawlings to wonder what had hap pened to the woman and child to know fear and show hatred of strangers. They had gone back several miles while looking for a suitable campsite at twilight. When we land ed at the only promis ing opening, we found a comfortable square of high ground, wrote Rawlings. As we were making camp three shermen hailed us ex citedly. They asked if Rawl ings and Prescott were the women who had put in at Fort Christ mas almost a week ear lier. The women were told word had been sent down the river via shermen express to watch for them and to report their safe ty. The shermen were camped across the riv er from Rawlings and Prescott and had cut a trail into the swamp to their spot of sound dry earth. Their campre was a welcome sight all night long. Their route the next day was simple, north by east. But the day light also brought fog, and when it cleared a light wind came from the west. Boats twice our size had been in trouble on Lake George, wrote Rawlings. Its squalls were notably danger ous. It seemed need lessly heroic to deny ourselves the comfort of the sight of land. We had no intention of hugging the safe shore, so we compromised on the west channel. We left the great channel markers behind and a gust of wind twist ed our stern. There was a half hour when the haze threatened to ob scure all visible shore lines. Then Draytons Island lifted ahead. Theyd reached the north end of Lake George, on the west side of the St. Johns main channel in Put nam County. The heav ily wooded island is privately. During the days when steamboats plied the St. Johns, Drayton Island was a scheduled stop for tourists. A ho tel was built in 1875 and burned not too much later. A small communi ty was established and several homes that still exist were built. Prior to 1865, cotton and oth er export crops were grown on the island. Orange groves also pro duced prize fruit. Hog Island, a small er island is west of Drayton Island, which is 1,700 acres. The is land was developed as a planta tion when Wil liam Drayton Sr., a mi grant from South Car olina, bought it and other properties in Florida. The island is located across the river from a marina in Georgetown. The Drayton Island Ferry is one of three left on the river. It holds two cars at a time and serves the small islands population. Residents of the is land petitioned for the establishment of a fer ry service in 1939. The original ferry barge sank at its moorings on Jan. 12, 1956. It was salvaged and returned to service and later re placed. The ferry is currently operated by Putnam County, which charges a $10 toll for passage to the private ly owned island. The ladies were about halfway across Lake George when the weather began get ting rougher. Wind was blowing the whitecaps off the waves. Fortu nately it was behind them. With both arms braced against the steering handle of the motor, Dess kept the boat headed when wa ter that rolled like surf lifted our stern, wrote Rawlings. The propel ler churned high out of the water. When it dropped again the boat lunged and turned. The distant shore seemed stationary. We passed the north point of Draytons Is land, where the main channel joined the west, with the lake boiling after us. At the rst sheltered dock we stopped to rest and an old Negro gave us fresh drinking water. We had been some two and a half hours in crossing the lake. They were near ing the end of their St. Johns River adventure. The river resumed its broad quiet way as though it had left no tu mult behind it, contin ued Rawlings. It had the dignity of age, was not now in that dark hurry to reach the sea. At Welaka one after noon we left the hya cinths swirling leisure ly and turned up our home river, the Ockl awaha. I thought in a panic, I shall never be happy on land again. I was afraid once more of all the painful circum stances of living. Soon Rawlings was back at her beloved Cross Creek. And she wasnt worried about being discontented while on land. But when the dry ground was under us, the world no longer uid, I found a forgot ten loveliness in all the things that have noth ing to do with men, she wrote. Beauty is pervasive, and lls, like perfume, more than the object that con tains it. Because I had known intimately a riv er, the earth pulsed under me. The Creek was home. Oleanders were sweet past bear ing, and my own shab by elds, weed-tan gled, were newly dear. I knew, for a moment, that the only night mare is the masochis tic human mind. Epilogue next week. Rick Reed is a columnist who lives in Mount Dora. To reach him, call 352-3831458, or send an email to ricoh007@aol.com. rfn ttbt f bftJANUARY 13, 2014 11:00 AM 2:00 PMLEESBURG COMMUNITY CENTER 109 E. DIXIE AVE. VENETIAN GARDENSLooking for a Cruise Bargain? Whats new for 2014? Find your next vacation!Join us for our 25th Annual Travel Showcase featuring representatives from these Cruise Lines, Tour Companies, and Area AttractionsGlobus Tours A-Rosa Cruises Carnival Cruises Norwegian Cruises Celebrity Cruises Azamara Cruises Hurst Transportation Pacific Delight Tours Princess Cruises Viking River Cruises Disney Cruises Florida Tour Connection Travel Insured International Oceania Cruises Victory Casino Cruises Monograms Independent Travel Yankee Holidays Cunard Cruises Holland American Cruises MSC Italian Cruises Royal Caribbean Cruises Avalon River Cruises Cosmos Tours Disney Resorts Amtrak VactionsLANDSEAIR TRAVELYour Vacation Specialist Since 1964 PRESENTED BY: Landseair Travel Celebrating 50 Years 1964 2014 JANUARY EVENTS: STRAWBERRY U-PICK (Weds & Saturdays) 11thWINTER MAZE ADVENTURE DAY 17th-NIGHT MAZE AND MOVIE ON THE FARM26216 CR 448, Mt. Dora 352-383-1792 TUES-SAT: MARKET/10:00-5:00 CAFE/10:00-2:00* *NEW WINTER HOURS* Scott's Country Market is re-opening on Tuesday, January 7th! Bring in this ad for a free head of cabbage with $10 minimum of market purchases. Good through January. For more details on January events please check out our website www.longandscottfarms.com Follow us on Facebook Rawlings, Prescott reach the end of their journey SUBMITTED PHOTO The St. Johns River Ferry landing and loading area in Welaka is where one of the three ferries left on the St. Johns River. RICK REED REMINISCE p.m. Cost is $8 for members, $10 for non-members, Leesburg Community Center, 109 W. Dixie Highway. Go to www.usadance8106.org or call 352793-2707. ONGOING SUMTER LANDING BICY CLE CLUB SMART CYCLE RIDES: From 10 a.m. to noon, SeaBreeze Recre ation Center, 2384 Buena Vista Blvd., The Villages. The Villages residents only. For details call Jack Logomarsino at 352-430-5487. PRAYER BREAKFAST AND NEW YEAR INSPIRATION: From 7:30 to 9 a.m., Leesburg Community Building, Ve netian Gardens. Dwight Bain, author and life coach is the guest. Call 352326-8400 for reservations and $10 tickets. FRIENDS OF THE UMATILLA LIBRARY OFFER QUILT CLASSES FOR BEGIN NERS: At 1:30 p.m., held at the library and will run for five weeks for a do nation of $15. Project will include small quilts and wall hangings. Call 352-669-3284 for information. EVENTS FROM PAGE C2

PAGE 18

C4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014

PAGE 19

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C5

PAGE 20

C6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 561 SalonMarlenes HairFull Service Salon 352-343-3663 Color, Hair Cut & Conditioner Reg. $7500Now $5500Ladys Hair Cut Reg. $2000Now $1200Call Lilly to schedule one of these specials Affordable ~ Seniors Welcome Marlenes Dollar StoreSouthridge Plaza DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend of two years, Clint, recent ly brought a large framed pic ture of his deceased wife into our home. He placed it on his dresser in front of framed photos of us together. His wife died three years ago. We are living together in a condo Clint bought for me. He made it clear from the be ginning that he didnt want to move me into her house. Clint also still wears his wedding ring. He carries guilt and doesnt seem to have made closure. I told him I dont feel comfortable with her picture looking at us. He doesnt think there should be a problem. Should I move on? IN THE SHADOWS DEAR IN THE SHADOWS: That Clint still wears his wedding ring tells me he may not have accepted his wifes death. How sad for him. Ask him to move his wifes picture to a room other than the bedroom because, while he doesnt think its creating a problem, it is creating one for YOU. If he cant bring himself to do that and join a grief support group then you should consider moving on. DEAR ABBY: Enough with the problems! Its time you print ed a positive letter. Im an active, friendly senior who lives alone, but Im not lonely. I have many friends of all ages and a devoted fami ly. Why? Because as I traveled through many states during my life, I reached out to peo ple along the way. The saying, If you want a friend, be a friend, is true. If we want friends, we cant sit back and wait for people to come to us. Smile, speak up, pay a sincere compliment just communicate! If you do, the majority of people will re spond positively. I socialize with people my age in church circles, card clubs and dining-out groups who cant understand why Im always so busy. They dont reach out except to people they already know. As people get older, that group is con stantly shrinking. Join a re ligious group, community clubs and organizations. Vol unteer to read at schools and libraries. Visit a senior group or center. Many people of all ages fear they wont be accepted. But if they show up with a friendly attitude, they will be. You have to contribute whether its with a smile, an opening re mark or some other welcom ing gesture. I served in the military, taught Sunday school, led Girl Scouts, garden clubs, church and neighborhood groups while following my husband through eight states and rais ing three children. My hus band was often away in his business, but we had a strong, supportive marriage. He joined me in many activities when he could be home. I think many people have forgotten we must give in or der to get. When we reach out to others, most of the time those people reach back. NOT LONELY IN WOODSTOCK, ILL. DEAR NOT LONELY: Its easy to see why you have a wide circle of friends. Your positive ener gy leaps off the page. There are two types of peo ple in the world: those who come into a room and their attitude says, Here I am! and those who come into a room and their attitude says, There you are! You are one of the latter. If people want a warm welcome, they should keep in mind that the happier they are to see others, the happier others will be to see them. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phil lips, and was founded by her moth er, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Comics & Diversions LUANN MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM MUTTS ZITS GARFIELD FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE B.C. ROSE IS ROSE HEATHCLIFF PEANUTS www.dailycommercial.com Dear Abby JEANNE PHILLIPS Portrait of mans late wife clouds couples life together

PAGE 21

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C7 SNUFFY SMITH HAGAR THE HORRIBLE BEETLE BAILEY BABY BLUES BLONDIE PHANTOM PICKLES SHOE DILBERT DENNIS THE MENACE FAMILY CIRCUS How to play: Fill in the blank squares with the numbers 1 through 9 so that each horizon tal row, vertical column and ninesquare sub-grid contains no repeated numbers. Puzzles range in difculty from one to six stars. The solution to todays puzzle will be in tomorrows paper. YESTERDAYS SOLUTION

PAGE 22

C8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014

PAGE 23

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D1 rfnt rfntbrr rrrrrrrrrrrff ntbrrrrrrrrrff ntrrrrrrrrrrff rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrff bbrrrrrrrrrrrrff nbrrrrrrrrrrrff rrrrrrrff rrrrff nrrrrff ttbrrrfff rrrrrrrrrrrrff rrrrrrrrrff rf rf ntrf brbtfrfrf nrtbrf rfnrtbntb nn rrfnf nfb nrrrb nfrnf rnbfn nnfb b frrfb n brtrtbtrrbbbtb bbrtrbbrrr tbbtbbtrbtbtbtrrfnt rfntbtbfb btft bfftffbfbfbfbf fttf tftff tbfttfr tfb tft tn fttftbtfb t ft bf f tbtbf tbbtftb ttnt rfbrff ntbbt bfbrtbfffb ftffftff tfbbbbfbff tbt f b trtfbftbft bt bff rtrrfftft tbfrtbfftftf fbbfb bt tbntffbf bttbf bfbffbft btbttfr trtfbtftfft tfb tbt n n tbf n btbf rtbfft tbtbf fbfbt ffff tfbtbtbf tttfff fftbfttft bfffntbff fttbttb ftrftftffbf tttfnbf brrftffb ttbtbfff nn n brbtbtbbffbf rfttbfftbf rrfbtftff bbfttfbt tfft tfftf ff rf nn f t t r b f t t f b t b t t f b b f r t f r t f b f r b t b f f t f b f f f f r b f t b t f t b t b f t f f b t f t f f f t f b f t f t b f f n t b f f t t t r b t f t f t f t r r t t b t f r b b f b f t f b f f t r r t t b f t b t t t b r t t tbt tbf n nn n n n nn n n btbf ftfbttbff tfbtbftf fbftft ttnbtf ttftbff btfbtfbbftbf ffntbftt btfb rrf n r f t n n n n n t t r b f t t f b t b t t f b b f r t f r t f b f r b t b f f t f b f f f f r b f t b t f t b t b f t f f b t f t f f f t f b f t f t b f f n t b f f t t t r b t f t f t f t r r t t b t f r b b b f t f b f f f t r r t t b f t b t t t b r t t tbbtf tbft rff tbf tbt tbttttbb rtfbtf ftb tbf nttf tfrtb btbt t trtfbn t trtfbn ntbbfbf ftft btbf btbf tfttb rbf ftftrtbb ttbftbbft tfb btffbf tftbr bfftbbbfrrf ftbf

PAGE 24

D2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 rf nrtbt rfnt rf fntbfbbf tnf b fnnt f nfn n fff fff fbbb b n n r f n f f nfn fbfn fbn nnbbn n f ffnf fftftbf fbtfff n nfft fbb bfbn bfnf bfffbfbb bn fff bf rr fnbffbt brnb b f bnn n bn n n r bfr n f f nfn nn bfn fbt f bn nnbbn n f f fftftbf ff nnb f tn fbtfff n bbbbf ftfbff fbbbbf bfnbb ntnffff bnnb b f fbnn fn n f n rb fffnb n f f r f nfn fbfn bt f bnnnbbn n f r f fnff ftftbf f tn fbtfff n n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f f f b f r r f n b f f b t b r n b b fbt bnn f n ntt bn n n r bfr n f f r f nfn fbfn bt f bnnnbbn n f r f fnff ftftbf f tn fbtfff n nfft fbb bfbn bfnf bfffb fbb bnf ffb fr rf nbffbtbrn bb f bnn f n ntt bn n n r bfr n rr r f bftnfn nnbfn bt fbnbfn btfbnf bnnn bfffn nfbtf ntbfftft bff nnnf ff t fbf fnnff ff fnfbf f ff bnn f n nf n ftn rr r r n f f nfn nbfn f bnn nbbn rf ffftf tbf n nnfff fbtff fn n f f t f b b b b n b f n f b f f f b f b b n f f n b n b n n b r f f fn f ff n b r r b f b f f n n f f f f f n f b f f f f fb nfb f nftb bff ffbbf ffff fbtnn ftfr t ffbf fnfffff f fr nfn bt f bnnnbbn n fbn fb nft frn fftftbf tn fbtff fn n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f f f b f r r f n b f b n b b n f n b r r n f f f r f bftnfn nbfn fbnft bnnn ffnn fbtf r bf bn tnnbfnfb ntbff tftbf f t t f n n n f f t n ffbf fnnff ff fnfbf f fbt bnn f n b r ffn n fr ffb ff b bf n ftfnn nfbn ff f fnb ntr rff ntbfb bfbn fnt fn b fn fn n f b r fr nfn fb fbnbfn tf bnn nbbn n bnnfft bftn nnnftt fff bbb nf fbtff n fbf fnnff ff fnfbf f n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f n n b f r f f t n f b n b n b n b f b t f b n b f f f f n b b f bt f fbb fn n f f nfn nn bfn b t f bn nn f ffftf tbff fnnnf f n t n fbt fff n b b b b f f t f b f f f b b b b f b f n b b n t n f f f f b n n b b f b t fbnn ff fn n f n r n f r r f nfn nnbfn tf bnn nbbn nfn fftft bfnnnff ff bbb nftn fbt fffn n f n t f n b b b n t b b f n f f n f n f b b f n t b b f n fbf fnnff f fnfbf f fbt fn f n r n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f n n n f f r f f t n f b n b n b n b f b t f b n b f f f f n b b n ft bf ff bff ff bnnn tfffbff bf fffff fff ffft bfb ffbfff bffbf bfntfnf bffbn bfb ffbfff bffnfbf fbn r fntbfbf fff f f r r fb b fb fff n bf ff bff ff bnnn tfffbf f fffff ff ffft bfb ffbfff bffbf bfntfnf bffbn bfb ffbfff bffnfbf fbn r fntbfbf f n ff nf b n

PAGE 25

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D3 r f ntb nb f n ff ffff r fff ff ttn f btntttnb tbbtbntbttt nntbbttt bbtbb nttbtnttb btntn r f f r bbbn tttn tnbtttntbt tntntbn f t n t t t b b t n b b b t t b b b n t f t n b t tnbnttnt nnbtntbtt btbtnbttbtn ttnntn ttnt tnbbtt r tbtb nfbtn tt nnft b btbntfttnnb b r f rr fr f f ff rfffff ffff fff ff ttn f frnb tbftb btbnttttt tttntb btbbt btb bttttbtb ntbttntbnb btt tbbbntbnbb tnftttnb btt bftnttbtbb tntbtnntbt tb f f f f fr bbbnbtt ttn tnbttnt nnbtntbtt btbtnbttbtn ttnntn ttnt f f f b t t n b n b t t n b b b b t b t n b t t b t t t b b n b b b t b n b b t n n n t t n t b b b b t t b t b n b t b b b n t b f t t t n b t t b t t n n t b t b n t t b t t b t t b t t n b b t t t b t t n t t t t n t n n n b t t b b t t fbnb ttt ntt r ffrf b f tbttnbnnb bttttn bnnbtnbb tntbfttttn bbn ntt bnnbbntttnnt btttbtb ttnttbtbtn tnttbnnbt ntttbttt tttnbnb fttttnbbt tt tbttnbnnb ttbbbtt bnnbtnbb tntbfttbn nbbtttbt ntbtbb t r f f f f f f f r f f f f r f f f f f f f r f f r f f f r r f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f r f f f f f f f r f f f f f f f f tntbttbt ttttnt tntbftttnt nbbttbt bt fftnbttnb ttnbtt bnnbtntbt bnttnttttt tbbtbttnbn bntntttbtnt ttbbtbttnnt tbtnttnb tttbttnbt nttbttnbtnb btnttb tnbnntnttnnnt btbtntbttn nbbttnbttt bbbbntbt tt b r f f f n fff fffff fff fr f f t ttn f f f frnb ttntbtbntftt ttttttntb btbb tb bbttf nt fffffff ffff fr f ffrf ffff f f f f frfr ff f ffrf f fr fr f f ffr fffffff ff ffff fff rtt ttnttbtbntb ttntntbn f rff ffb ttbbtnt btnntbnt f f f f r f f tnbttnt nnbtntbtt btbtnbttbtn ttnntn nttnt ffrtntbnb bttt tt tbtb nff tt ntbt btbbbtnnbtn b b t f t t t n n t n f f f f b n t b b t n t b t t n b n b t t n b b b b t b t n b t t b t t t b b n b b b t b n b b t n n n t t n t b t b b b t t b t t b b n t n f t t b n t b t n b t t b t b b n b b t t b n t b t t t b t b t t b r rr fr f rff fr tbbntttbntt ttt bttbt tttttb tnfbttt b tbbntttntt tttttbnb bbb btbb ttnttntt ttntttntbt bbntttnbbttn bttnbtb tbbtntbt bnttnttbt tttbbtbttnbn bntnntnbttb tntttbbt bttnnttnt tnbtttbt tnntbftn tnbnntnttnnnt btbtntbttn nbbtbt tnbntbtt tbtnttt tbntbb bttbt b r btf fn f f f r f f r f f r f f f f r r f f r f f f f f f r f f f r r f f f r f f f f r f r r r f f r r f r r rftb b r f b b b b t f t t b f b b b t b n t n n b n t t b t t t t t t n b b t n b n n b b n n n b b b n t t t t b b n t t b b n t n t t t n t t b t b t n t t b t t n t n t n t b n t t t t n r f t n t b n n f t n t b r bb rb rb b f t n t n n n t t b b t n b b b t b b b t t b t b b t t t b t b t n t b b t n t t t t t t n t b f t n t n b t n b n t n t t b n t n t t t n t b b t t n t t b n t n t t n b b t b t t t t b t f f f f t b b b t b b t t t b b n n t b t t t t rff f r f r bnbntt ttbbttt tntbttnbbnn tnnbnbt b b t b n f b f t t n r b n t n n b t n t t n b b t b b t b t b b n t b t t t t t t t t n b t t n b t t t r r f t t t t t t b t n n r b b t n b b b b b n t t n n t b n n rtf r f f f t t b t f t t b t b f f f t t f t t r t n b b b n b t t n f t n b b t t t b b n t t b b n t b b n t n t t f t n b b n b t b t n t t n n rb b t t t t b f f t t n f f f n f f t t t b t b b t b b n t b t t t t t b t t n t t t n f b t t n n t n t t b t b t n t f t n t t n t t t n t b n t n t b n t t t n t n n t n t t n b n b t n t n t t t t n b t t b n t t b n n b b n b n t b t n n b t n n t t t b t t b t n t n n b n n b t t t t t n b t t t t b t t b f t t b t b t b t t n b b b t b fr f f nnttntbb ntttttntnn tnbbttnb nttttnnbtbtb tttntt ntnbbtb f t t n t b t t b t t fr tbbbbb ntbbntt nbtbbtn f t t n t b b n b b b fr b n ftttbtt nbbtnnt bbnttnt bnbtt t n t b t n t n b n b t n b b b t n f r f f t t b t n n t t t n fr f f f t t t t t t t t b b b t t f t t n t b t n f b b b t b b b f f n t t t t t f t t n t b b b t t b fr f f r f r b t t n n b t t b t b n f f f f b n t b t n b b t t t f f f f f f f f t n t f t f t b t t b n b n n b n n b b f t t t t t b n t t b t b b b b f b t t t t t t b f t t n t b t t t b n b n n t b b b t t fb f f t f t b b t n n t b b n n b b n b f f n t t t n t t t b t t f f b n n b t t t t n t f f f n t t b n b t t t t b b t n b t t n b b t n t t n b b b t t t b n b b t b t b t b n t t b t b n b t t b t n b t t t n t t n b t b t t n t n b n n t t n f b t n b t t t t t t n t t t t n t n f t t t f r f f t n b b f f r t t b t t t t t n t t n t n t b t t n f f ttbbbttt ttnbbbnb ntnbbbtt bnbbttt ttn tntbnt bttntf tnb f b n f t t n b b n n t t t b t n b f b f f f f f t n b t n f t t f f f n n t r t n b t t t t t b n n f bf f f b t t b f b b n n b b b b t t n f b n b t tttt ttnbtnb nt b t t t t n t n t t t n b n t t b n b f b t t t n t b t n b n t t t n b b b t n b f r f f f f t t n b t b n t r f f f f f f f b t n n b t t t t t n n t t t b fb f t t t t b f b t n b b t f t t n b t n b t b t b t t t n n t t n n t t t n b b t n t n t n f f t t t t t b t b t tbntttnn tttbnbbnbttn tttbbbt btnntb nbnbtftt bttttnn tttnbntt t n t n t t n t b b t b b b t n b f t t n f b t n b n n t b t b n t t n b t n f n b n n t t t n t t t t t n f t t b b b t b t t n r b t t t n t n t t b b n b t t t n b n b n n b b b b b t t n t n t t t n t t n b n t t b b f t n t t t t n b n t b f n t t t t t t t t t t b t b t b b t b b f f f f f n b t f t t t t n t t f ttn t t t n t t f ttnttt ttn tnb fbtttn f ttn f f f ftttntbn btttntt nnn tnbbbb ttntnbt fbtt b t b t t t b bnbn tt r f tbt ttbbntn f t nn bn f nttn tbb t b b f f ttn f bb tnt r n tttnb fbb ntttntb ttb f ttttb bb

PAGE 26

D4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 rfntb tf rbt fnnntt tnrfnfrn fnt b ft rnfnt rtt ft rtf tfttf ft btt b fn rfnttf b r fntt ftt ttf nrft bt nnffn ttt f tt tn tnfftt n t t t rt tt t ftrt fnrnttt fntt f nrrfnt nnfnn tt r ttt b tt nftt r t t f f n n f n n f n b n n n n f f n r n n f n n n f r f f f t t rtnt t rt tt b f r f n t t b btnfnn tt r rntt rtt t f ttt b ft tf ft fn ft t fnt tf rnff tt frnft f nfrnttf fntbt ff tntt n nfnn nfttt ttf nttf nt ft nffnntt ff rffttf t nftf n t rtfttt tnr rnfnn f t f f t b t t n t b n f f t f t t t f t t r n t b t f t f t t t t b tftftf tf ftr fnt b tttf tffft b t f t t b t r f n t f f n n n t f t b f t t t t f f t r n n n n t r n r ftftt fffnft t b n f f t r n t f t f t f t n f t n f n f r n n n n f n r t f n f n f n r f f r t f t f t t t b t r f n t ftftff ftftf nnfrnnft rnnf rt tb tf fnft tt fnnf rfntt fnf ffrnt ntf b fnt f ntt fnt t b b rntbt t tfnnn rntt fnnft bff nnfft f t n f t t t b ft tt fff fnttt nf tfnt nftt rnnffnfn ftt nr bt nf ntft nn nftf t f f t f rt ntt b b fn ft rnf ftt tf nfr tf r t t f t t tt ttt b b rn tntt ff nnttt fffnt tt fftt f f f t b n t t nnft t b n t ffftnt t nrfntrtf ntt tf b f ff nrfnrfnnfnt t frt tt b f t t fnt tf b f n t t nfntt tt rt f n f n n t t fffnft tf nffnr tt nnt tt nffnnrf ftt rf tt b f f f t t nftfnnnt tf b nnnnn nftt r r ffnfnt t fnfntb tf nf tf fnntt f fn t tbt tt r t f f f n t t b nt f btt b rf tt b b nt tf b t ftt t ttbt f nftt tf frr rf fntf ftfrt ttt tf t t fntbf nrftt tf fnft t b n t f f t f fnfft t tf fnffnt tftt nttt tt ft rt fr r f n t f f f f r t t n n f n t t t r n f n f t n f f t f n f f t f fr t bf nf f f f r n f t f f f n r rfn f t t b n nnt t t fftf fftn ntf fr b t t n f f t ft t bf nf f f f r n f t f f f n r rfn f b b n t f b f f r f t b f f t r f f f r t f n r f n t t f b t r t r t f n f b f tnt b t f f f t f t t f f n t f f f f b t t t b tf ntfnf n n t f t b f f n b n n n f n t b t f n f n f f t t n f t f n n t f f t f f n t b t f n n t f f t n f f n n t f f n ff t t b t t b t b f f t t t f t t f t t t t frr nnrf rftfrt f f t bf nf f f f r n f t f f f n r rfn f b f t t n f n b n t f b tbff ftt

PAGE 27

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D5 rfn tbfnbtf tbftf fbn fbrfftnt bbtfbrbt ff r fn b r f tnb nn f f b f b b t b f n b f bn r f r f b r f b t t f b t t b f b f b t b b b b f n ffrft bfff t f b t t f b fff t t r b t n t f b t ffttn f t t b n b b t t t b b n b n t f f t f f f f b b t t n f t f t t t nf r nf b t r f n f r b f f r f f t f f f f f t f n b f r b f tftbttbt bfftfn ftbbf bn f tffft f t f n t f n f f t f t b b t f b t f t b f b r f b f r b f b b t t b t f b b t r b f f b f n f f t f b t b t t t f t f n t r b f b f t b t f f b f t b f t b bn r r nf ffrft bfff t f b t t f b fff t t r b t n t f b t ffttn b tbtf bt btft t t f b t t b f b f b t b b t t b t r b t n f f t f f b n t t f f b b b f f f r nf r f bt tfbbttn ftbf t f t t b n b b t t t b b n b n t f f t f f f f b b t t n f t f t t t bn bnf t bbbrftbf bf bt btf bbtb n f fff bt btf fbf n b fftffn t bf fnff nbttf fffff n nn b f t f t f f f f n f f b t bb f b f ttbt fbtfbrf bfbf ftffttfb bt fft f b f n f t f f f t b t f f f b r f b b b r f t f nb f t f b t n bbn nfntrfbbt f t n bbn b bt ttff t fbntbb f n t f bt rfnrtbb bnn r f f n t b t b

PAGE 28

D6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014

PAGE 29

Mattress Market of Florida www.mattressmarketfl.com Se Habla Espaol PROUDLY FEATURING...90 DaysSame as Cash No Credit Check SPECIAL! UP TO 65% DISCOUNT! FREE BOX SPRING! w/purchase of mattress ASK ABOUTFREEDELIVERY! MATTRESS MARKET OUTLETMATTRESS MARKET OUTLET NEW LOCATION OPENING SOON! 352-365-8208 features@dailycommercial.com MAGRUDER: New door technology, look better longer / E2 Homes Lake and Sumter E1 SOUTH LAKE PRESS / Wednesday, January 8, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL / Friday, January 10, 2014 www.southlakepress.com www.dailycommercial.com

PAGE 30

E2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 You dont have to pay extra for an evening service call. Munns is the home of 8 to 8 Same Great Rate. Emergency services are also available. Were there when you need us!Carl Munn24/7/365(352) 787-7741 www.munnair.com2135 US Hwy 441/27Fruitland Park, FL PepTalk......is a weekly feature in the Friday Real Estate Section. Its available for your Press Releases, Educational Milestones, Office Openings, and other pertinent announcements for the real estate industry. Please send your information to:RealEstate@DailyCommercial.com to have your information considered for this section. Photos welcome.(People, Places & Events) The Lake & SumterReal Estate SectionGets Results!For information about advertising in this section call 352-365-8287or e-mailshel.dubose@dailycommercial.com Stevens awarded project contract WINTER GARDEN Winter Gardenbased R.C. Stevens Construction Co. has recently completed an Industrial and Process Manufacturing proj ect in Grand Rapids, Mich., overseeing the civil construction work for the new palletiz er system, with safety, site utilization and co ordination with plant operations provided. For information, call R.C. Stevens at, 28 S. Main St., in Winter Garden, at 407-2993800, or go to www.rc stevens.com. M/I to unveil new model home APOPKA M/I Homes plans to open the new two-story Sonoma model home in January at Magnolia Park Estates, the gated residential commu nity of single-fami ly homes located off Ocoee-Apopka Road and S. Binion Road in Apopka. David Byrnes, area president for M/I Homes in Central Florida, said the Sonoma offers ve bedrooms and three baths in 3,642 square feet of living space priced from $297,990 with a three-car garage. M/I Homes plans to build 32 new sin gle-family homes at Magnolia Park Estates that feature open space designs and large kitchen islands with plenty of op tions to choose from. Eight distinctive oor plans are available that range in size from 2,300 square feet to 4,800 square feet. New homes at Magnolia Park Estates are priced from $241,990 to $410,990. The community also features a childrens playground, basketball court and pavilion. Royal Oak adding model home WINTER GARDEN Royal Oak Homes is adding a new show home to its model center at Avalon Reserve commu nity with 66 over sized homesites lo cated off Avalon and Marsh Roads in Winter Garden. Matt Orosz, co-pres ident at Royal Oak Homes, said the new model will be a Hawthorne plan that features four to six bedrooms, three-anda-half to ve baths in 3,541 square feet of living area priced from the low 300s. The Hawthorne is one of our best sell ers and will be a nice complement to the ex isting Parker oor plan which has over 4,700 square feet, Orosz said. Royal Oak Homes is offering four and ve bedroom homes at Avalon Reserve that range from 2,500 square feet of living space to 4,700 square feet with prices rang ing from the $260s to the mid-$300s. PEOPLE, PLACES AND EVENTS H ow many times a day do you go through your front, side or ga rage-entry door and wince because of how ugly, worn-out or beat up it looks? Floridas rainy, hot tropical cli mate is brutal on doors and for years, home owners had to accept ugly doors as a real ity. Today, thanks to technology, beautiful, long-lasting doors can be found at very rea sonable prices. Up until about 10 years ago, the predom inant exterior doors installed in the state of Florida were either steel doors with wood jambs and molding; or complete wood door units. Both looked great when new, but after several months of Florida weather and heavy use they looked as if they had been in stalled for 20 years. I suspect many of you are thinking, this guy is talking about my doors. It is a wide spread problem exac erbated by a period of horrendously bad in stalls. The typical prob lems for steel doors are dings, rust and scratches; movers of furniture, dogs that scratch and misguid ed sprinklers being its worst enemy. Wood doors have problems with expansion gaps and warpage due to heat, and a deteriorat ing nish; heat and hu midity ugly-out wood doors quickly. Both of these door units were built with raw wood jambs and molding, which are very sus ceptible to rot, es pecially if the paint er did not prime and paint the end pieces. If you seen a door jamb rot at the bottom near the threshold, chanc es are the painter did not paint or caulk the bottom. So, after a few years, most Floridi ans are left with doors that look beat up and molding that is rotting. Just like other as pects of our lives, tech nology and new de signs are solving the problems. Today, one of the most popu lar door units for new construction in this area is a berglass door built inside a compos ite jamb-saver jamb with poly molding on the outside. Ther ma-Tru Doors is an in novator in berglass door technology and they are one of the largest manufacturers of these doors in the state. These berglass doors do not rust, rot or ding. Most impor tantly, the door skins are able to withstand hard blows. Therma-Tru has de veloped berglass doors with smooth as well as wood grain tex tures, which can match any exterior dcor. Many of their doors can be painted and stained. Yes, a ber glass door with a wood grain texture can be stained to look just like a real wood door unit. The company has de veloped a solid stain kit that is top coated on the door and then coated with a special sealer for a long-life nish. A berglass door built with composite jamb-saver jambs and a poly exterior mold ing will provide years of great service and ap pearance. Fiberglass door units will prob ably cost $100-$150 more than the old steel raw wood jamb door units, but the mon ey is well worth it. It is a cost-effective longterm investment in your home. Another thing to consider is permit ting costs. In the State of Florida, permits are now required to change out door units, increasing the cost of door installs. With this added expense to the cost of installs, it just makes good sense that homeowners put a lon ger-lasting more du rable door in place. Many Floridians are nding out that ber glass door units are the best when install ing or replacing exteri or doors. New door technology look better longer Don Mag ruder AROUND THE HOUSE Don Magruder is the CEO of Ro-Mac Lumber and Supply Inc., and he is also the host of the Around the House radio show heard every Monday at noon at My790AM WLBE in Leesburg.

PAGE 31

SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 E3 rffntb r rrf nt tt btbbt btb ttb fntbnn rrr rrrr r rrr b rn nnn r rr rr rrn br r tntt r rr r rrrrrrr rr rfntbbf rrf nt tt btbbt btb ttb tttttr rfnntb nn f rnntb nn f rr ttr frnn MARY BETH BRECKENRIDGE Akron Beacon Journal ON THE SHELF: BOOK OFFERS IDEAS FOR HANDMADE WALL DECOR Wall decorations are just another extension of Jamin and Ashley Mills do-it-yourself design philosophy. The Millses, who run the web site the Handmade Home (www. thehandmadehome.net), believe a home has more personality if its walls are decorated with handmade items, not things made by someone else. They share their ideas in Hand Made Walls: 22 Inspiring Ideas to Bring Your Walls to Life. The couple offers instructions for making frames, wall art and func tional wall decor, all with a rustic charm. The projects progress in dif culty, so readers can master skills on easier projects and then move on to more challenging ones. Tips, tricks and other guidance are pro vided to make the job easier. Hand Made Walls is published by Adams Media and sells for $24.99 in softcover. WHATS NEW: CABIDOR CREATES STORAGE SPACE BEHIND DOOR The Cabidor lets you add extra storage space to the back of a door. The product is a cabinet about 4 inches deep that attaches to the door and its hinges, so it moves with the door. Adjustable shelves let you store items of varying heights, and retention rods keep those things in place when the door swings open or shut. It comes in two sizes, both avail able with or without mirrors on the outside, plus a model outtted spe cically for jewelry. Prices range from $129.99 to $289.99. The Cabidor can be ordered at www.cabidor.com or 239-643-5573. ASK MARY BETH: REMOVING FABRIC SOFTENER FRAGRANCE Q I am wondering how to remove the odor left behind on clothes by fabric softeners. I have tried very hot water for the wash and the hot setting in the drying, thinking that the high temperatures would break it down. Our grown kids use it heavily, but we never use it in our house, due to my wifes allergic re action to many smells. A Actually, high temperatures can bond the fragrance to the clothings bers and dyes, laundry expert Mary Marlowe Le verette says in an article on About. com. Leverett, a former Clemson University extension agent, sug gests these steps for removing fab ric softener fragrance: First air out the clothes out doors or in a breezy, sunlit room, preferably one with lots of plants to absorb the odor. You can cre ate an articial breeze with a fan. Depending on the strength of the fragrance and your wifes sensitiv ity, you can air the clothes for any where from a few hours to a couple of weeks. Next, soak the clothes over night in a washing machine lled with water and one cup baking soda. When theyve nished soaking, allow the clothes to complete the washer cycle, and then wash using unscented laundry detergent. Add a cup of distilled white vinegar to the rinse cycle, stop the washer and let the laundry soak for an hour before completing the rinse cycle. Use an Home Style: Wall dcor; Cabidor storage; softener fragrance SEE HOME | E6

PAGE 32

E4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 LOCATION: 711 Viking Avenue, Tavares FEATURES: Looking for easy living Furnished 2BR/2BA in Imperial Terrace. LISTING PRICE: $67,500 SELLING PRICE: $53,800 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Marlene Cook, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Tom Prickett, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. LOCATION: 314 Brigadoon Circle FEATURES: Lovely expanded Im perial Model home with 2BR/2BA. Views of conservation area. Open concept. High ceilings, dining room, extra wide eat-in-kitchen, plus a sunroom off of living area. LISTING PRICE: $105,000 SELLING PRICE: $88,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Valerie Foerst, Mor ris Realty & Investments SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Valerie Foerst, Morris Realty & Investments LOCATION: 1411 New Abbey Avenue, Leesburg FEATURES: Spacious 2BR/2BA home in Scottish Highlands Community. Close to shopping and restaurants. Lots of amenities and activities. LISTING PRICE: $79,900 SELLING PRICE: $76,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena Williams & Camie Kennedy, Morris Realty & Investments. SELL ING AGENT & OFFICE: Camie Kennedy, Morris Realty & Investments. LOCATION: Wildwood FEATURES: Shed, laundry room, plenty of storage. LISTING PRICE: $32,500 SELLING PRICE: $20,000 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: Mary Jane Grimes, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Sharon Bacon, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 33340 County Road 473, Leesburg FEATURES: Wa terfront home with 3BR/2BA plus bonus room. LISTING PRICE: $99,900 SELLING PRICE: $95,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Tammy King, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Alex Vonhartman, Century 21/Carlino Realty. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: 3BR, Newer kitchen applianc es, large shed. LISTING PRICE: $28,000 SELLING PRICE: $22,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Dee Borwegen, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Dee Borwegen, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 3566 Rollingbrook Street, Clermont FEATURES: 2BR/ 2BA Canterbury model has an excellent view of Lake Felter, the Hills of Clermont and the beautiful sunsets! Also has a bonus Fl. Room which is actually the enclosed lanai with easy-care Mexican tile. The house has numerous Plantation shutters, deluxe berber carpeting, ceramic tile and upgraded vinyl. Just a short walk to the Clubhouse. 2 out of 3 pools are heated, 2 golf courses, tennis courts, gyms, shufeboard, billiard com petitions and more. LISTING PRICE: $149,900 SELLING PRICE: $145,500 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Bob Mitchell, R K Mitchell Realty Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Cheryl S. Glover & David W. Velms, The Glover Group of Keller Williams Classic III Realty. LOCATION: 240 Douglas Drive, Eustis FEATURES: Amazing Eustis home! This 3BR/2BA home has a fabulous location and many features including but not limited to a nice sized 2 car garage with utility sink, all appliances including washer and dryer with security system. A LIST ING PRICE: $92,625 SELLING PRICE: $95,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Camie Kennedy & Lena Williams, Morris Realty & Invest ments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Paul Gangewere, RE/MAX Re alty Center. LOCATION: 17384 SE 116th Ct. Road, Summereld FEATURES: 2BR/2BA with den. Home located in the lovely community of Stone crest. Immaculate inside and out. This Savannah model located on pre mium corner lot with golf course views. Vaulted ceilings, split oor plan and so many extras. LISTING PRICE: $196,900 SELLING PRICE: $180,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena Williams & Camie Kenne dy, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Dennis Doman, Keller Williams Cornerstone. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: CHA, washer/dryer, screen porch, 2 Bedrooms LISTING PRICE: $8,900 SELLING PRICE: $7,500 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Jerry Byrd, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Fully furnished and ready to move in. Large shed and living room. LISTING PRICE: $6,900 SELLING PRICE: $5,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kevin Ducharme, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Bonnie Perotti, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Lady Lake FEATURES: Roof-over, Screen room, Freshly painted. LISTING PRICE: $13,900 SELLING PRICE: $12,500 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 8198 Bridgeport Bay Circle, Mount Dora FEATURES: Lakes of Mount Dora Upgraded 3BR/2BA with new roof. LISTING PRICE: $179,900 SELLING PRICE: $166,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Sidney Wright, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Buddy Atkins, Atkins Realty of Lake County. LOCATION: 11321 Davison Lane, Tavares FEATURES: Beautiful 3BR/2.5BA waterfront pool home one house from lake. LISTING PRICE: $270,000 SELLING PRICE: $250,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Tammy King, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Jarene Mathias, Max Realty Center. LOCATION: 36338 W. Spring Lake Blvd., Fruitland Park FEATURES: 3BR/2.5BA. Over 1500 Sq. Ft. of living space that sits on Spring Lake. This gorgeous lot has beautiful trees. Lovely brick replace, kitch en features a brand new range, plenty of cabinet and storage space and a screened back porch. Loads of extras. LISTING PRICE: $139,900 SELLING PRICE: $136,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena Wil liams, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Kathleen Dermody, ERA/Tom Grizzard. LOCATION: 32624 Blossom Lane, Leesburg FEATURES: Vacant com mercial building previously used as an Allstate insurance ofce. There are three separate units inside the building. Twelve parking spaces are available. LISTING PRICE: $99,899 SELLING PRICE: $85,000 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: Cheryl S. Glover, The Glover Group of Keller Williams Classic III Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Cheryl S. Glover & David W. Velms, The Glover Group of Keller Williams Clas sic III Realty. LOCATION: Wildwood FEATURES: Large laundry room, Family room with wet bar LISTING PRICE: $85,900 SELLING PRICE: $75,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 5008 Gandross Lane, Mount Dora FEATURES: 3BR/ 2BA, den and private backyard. Near downtown Mount Dora. LIST ING PRICE: $145,000 SELLING PRICE: $140,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Nick Poulsen, Exit Realty Tri County. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Nick Poulsen, Exit Realty Tri County. PROPERTY TRANSFERS

PAGE 33

SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 E5

PAGE 34

E6 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 GRAND OPENINGLet us make your kitchen everything it can be and more! 771 E Hwy 50 Clermont, FL 34711352-602-1197www.clermontcabinetstore.com NAI Realvest, one of central Floridas largest commercial real estate services companies and developers of industrial facilities, recently named Ryan Beerbower as broker associate. Robin L. Webb, CCIM, managing director at NAI Realvest, said Beerbower has 15 years of experience in commercial property development, project management and construction. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction Management from the University of Florida and received an MBA from the University of Central Florida. Webb said Beerbower will join the Hankins Group Investment Team with NAI Realvest principal Tom Hankins, and will be focusing on sale of and investment in ofce properties in the Maitland and Winter Park areas. NAI REALVEST NAMES RYAN BEERBOWER BROKER ASSOCIATE extra rinse cycle if your washing machine has one, but dont add any thing to the extra rinse. If possible, linedry the clothes out doors. Dry white or light-colored clothes in the sunlight, but dry dark colors in the shade to prevent fad ing. If you must use a clothes dryer, use a low temperature. Repeat the steps if necessary. Have a question about home maintenance, decorating or gardening? Akron Beacon Jour nal home writer Mary Beth Breckenridge will nd answers for the queries that are cho sen to appear in the paper. HOME FROM PAGE E3 AKRON BEACON JOURNAL / MCT The Cabidor lets you add extra storage space to the back of a door.



PAGE 1

FREE DELIVERYWith Any New Cart Purchase rffnntb LAKE MINNEOLA GETS PAST MOUNT DORA, SPORTS B1INSURANCE: Some fall through the cracks as health coverage law goes live, A6 ACCUSED: Anonymous letter claims police misconduct, A3 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Friday, January 10, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com Vol. 137 No. 10 4 sectionsINDEX CLASSIFIED D1 COMICS C6 CROSSWORDS D1 DIVERSIONS C7 LEGALS D1 MONEY B4 NATION A6 OBITUARIES A4 SPORTS B1 VOICES A7 WORLD A6 TODAYS WEATHER Detailed forecast on page A8.80 / 66Periods of sun with a shower50 TOP WEEKENDS3 Gourmet food trucks will line up on Main Street in Leesburg beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday for a Food Truck N Flick Night. Free entertainment and a free showing of the Star Trek movie Into Darkness on a 24-foot outdoor screen. A Comedy Magic and Hypnosis Show by Cesar Domico can be seen at 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the Mount Dora Community Building, 520 N. Baker St. Tickets are $30 for adults and $25 for children.COMEDY MAGIC AND HYPNOSIS SHOWThirty ve artists will be taking part in a Big Bad Wax National Juried Encaustic Exhibit from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts Gallery at 138 E. Fifth Ave. The exhibit is free.BIG BAD WAX ENCAUSTIC EXHIBIT FOOD TRUCK N FLICK NIGHT1 2 3 STEVE FUSSELLSpecial to the Daily CommercialWhen Commissioner John Gunter arrived half an hour early for Thursday nights meeting at city hall he had to park on the grass. Inside the commission chambers, every seat was occupied and city workers were setting up fold ing chairs to accommodate the overow. Even so, key city staffers, including Com munity Development Director Charlie Rector, took seats in the lobby within earshot of the crowded room. Commissioners on the dais eyed the crowd as a TV news crew set up its camera and Mayor Chris Bell huddled with City Attorney Scott Gerken. As soon as the customary invocation and Pledge of Al legiance were out of the way, Bell introduced new City Manager Gary La Venia and thanked the crowd for Staff ReportLake County Property Ap praiser Carey Baker said his ofce has taken the normally complicated process of ling for a Homestead Exemption and created the easiest online application in the state. If you bought and occupied a home as your permanent res idence prior to January 1, 2014, you may be eligible for substan tial property tax savings, Bak er said, adding, ling online makes it easier than ever. According to Baker, the online application page has a clean and simple design with easy-to-follow directions. He said the application process will take most property owners THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writertheresacampbell@dailycommercial.comTennessee students from Austin Peay State Universi ty are making histo ry as the rst volun teer group to work and stay at Domestic Global Village of Habi tat for Humanity Lake Sumter in Eustis, the rst of its kind in the United States. The 10 students willingly went to work on the construction site of two neighboring houses in Mascotte earlier this week when the wind chill hovered in the 20s. Its warmer here, said student Daniel Anderson, 20, who noted the weather was better in Lake County than the single-digit temperatures in parts of Tennessee. The APSU students are bound to be remembered for their warm hearts and dedication. They were given an opportunity to take today off to visit Central Florida tourist attractions and theme parks, yet the students vowed to keep working for Habitat. Absolutely thats impressive, said Michelle Turner of Habitat for Humanity Lake Sumter. They are really awesome; they really embrace the fact MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comThe Lake County Sher iffs Ofce has identied a 2-year-old child who drowned after falling into a Clermont swimming pool, an incident that has left the family about $30,000 in debt. Tyler Dekle died Sunday, a day after he was taken to Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children in Orlando with a weak pulse from the incident. The Lake County Sheriffs Ofce is still in vestigating the drowning at the screened-in pool. Deputies responded to a possible drown ing at the 17527 W. Apshawa Road home about 5:30 / a.m. Saturday. According to an investigative report, a woman said she was watching Tyler and his 7-year-old twin brothers. She said the children were upstairs playing and she was downstairs watch ing television when she realized she hadnt heard the children stomping around for ve minutes. When she went upstairs to check on the children, she couldnt nd Tyler. After she and the twins couldnt nd Tyler in a shed, barn, tree line and other places, the woman told deputies she noticed waves in the screened-in swimming pool. The woman noticed Ty ler lying in the bottom of the pool, at the deep end, pulled him out and yelled for help. The report adds investigators believe it was more than 10 minutes before the child was discovered in the pool. The father told deputies the child didnt know how to swim. Adults at the scene performed CPR on the child until deputies and paramedics arrived. Sgt. James Vachon, sheriffs spokesman, said Tyler was taken to South Lake Hospital where a weak pulse was discovered and then transferred to the childrens hospital. Funeral services for Ty ler will be at 11 / a.m. today at First Baptist Church of Kissimmee. Friends and family are trying to raise funds on line to offset what they say is $30,000 in medi cal and funeral costs for the boy. Some $4,000 has been raised so far, accord ing to the website. For de tails, visit www.youcaring. com/medical-fundraiser/tyler-george/123387.TAVARESHomestead Exemption process made simpler CLERMONT COURTESY PHOTO Tyler Dekle was two years old when he died Sunday.EUSTISStudents work, play at Habitats new Global Village THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Linh Ngyuyen of Austin Peay State University laughs as she shoots pool in the game room of the Domestic Global Village of Habitat for Humanity Lake Sumter in Eustis on Tuesday.Family left deep in debt after child drowns in poolSEE SITE | A2SEE VILLAGE | A2Fruitland Park strikes proposed pension planSEE PENSION | A6

PAGE 2

A2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 BRIDGE HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Friday, Jan. 10, 2014: This year you sometimes question yourself. Some of you might develop a friendship with a person who is overly stern, which will release you from having to be your own disciplinarian. A friendship could end because you are transforming. Know that not all friendships last forever. If you are single, the person you choose to date this year could be a lot different from the person you choose next year. Let time play a strong role in any relationship you have. If you are attached, the two of you seesaw back and forth about what you want to do. You will be changing so much that your signicant other might be oored by your suggestions. TAURUS appears to be independent, but his or her values tend to be conservative. ARIES (March 21-April 19) A positive attitude helps, but you might need to seize the pulpit in order to be heard. Others tend to respond to your way of thinking, and most likely that will be the case again. When push comes to shove, people will be on your side. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You will know exactly what you want to do. A complication from someone else or from your schedule could force you to change your plans. Try not to be a perfectionist; be willing to accommodate the alterations in your life. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Know when to pull back and do some much-needed thinking. You dont always need to have the right answer at the right time. Realize the power in allowing others to come up with solutions, too. You might reach a consensus that way. CANCER (June 21-July 22)Zero in on what you want. When sharing your plans with family members, you might meet some resistance. Dont assume that others want the same things you do. You have time to make an adjustment and keep everyone happy. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You could be overwhelmed by what you need to do in order to have a situation go the way you want. You can come up with a solution if you tap into your creativity. You might have little choice but to go with the most obvious answer. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) When others frustrations take over, you will try to nd a solution. What you arrive at might not please everyone, but it certainly will be a lot better than the present problem. Make it OK if someone wants to add his or her two cents. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Deal with someone special in your life on a one-onone level. This person can be quite difcult at times, but you can handle his or her energy. Relate individually and not in crowds. Your perspective on this person seems to be quite accurate. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Your intensity is met by a partners endurance. You are equals, but you both de mand control. Make a point to juggle different aspects of your personalities, and realize that you will have to meet this person halfway. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) Pace yourself, and if you screen calls from friends, you might be able to have your day go as you had planned. You might have mixed feelings about someone close to you, as the issue of trust keeps arising. Try to remain levelheaded. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) Your imagination tends to be quite active, but rarely do you express it fully. You could nd opposition from others, as they likely will catch on that you are holding back. Try to express this facet of your personality more often. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Listen to news more openly. You could feel like you are dealing with someone who is a stick in the mud. Changing your attitude might make your interactions with this person a little easier. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You might wonder what the results would be if you were to remain positive no matter what. Add a comment or two to enrich a project or an interaction. Others might be more receptive than you realize. Your sunny disposition means a lot. HOROSCOPES HOW TO REACH US THURSDAYCASH 3 . ............................................... 6-5-5 Afternoon . .......................................... 7-3-7 PLAY 4 . ............................................. 8-9-7-1 Afternoon . ....................................... 1-7-2-8FLORIDALOTTERY WEDNESDAYFANTASY 5 . ............................. 5-8-10-19-34 2 of 5 wins free ticket 3 of 5 wins $16 4 of 5 wins $555 Rolldown THE NEWSPAPER OF CHOICE FOR LAKE AND SUMTER COUNTIES SINCE 1875The Daily Commercial (ISSN 0896-1042) is published daily for $91.59 per year (plus Florida sales tax) by Halifax Media Group at 212 East Main Street, Leesburg, Florida. Periodicals postage is paid at the USPO, Leesburg, FL. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. All material contained in this edition is property of The Daily Commercial and is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent from the publisher.Call 352-787-0600 in Lake County or 877-702-0600 in Sumter County 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. Call 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Satur day and 7 to 10 a.m. on Sunday.Call the Circulation De part-ment 48 hours ahead to stop service.365-8200In Sumter County: 877-702-0600 ADVERTISING Retail . ................... 365-8200 Classied . ............. 314-3278 CIRCULATION Lake Co. . ....... 352-787-0600 Sumter Co. . ... 877-702-0600 Circulation Billing . 787-0600 ACCOUNTING . ...... 365-8216 MISSED YOUR NEWSPAPER? REDELIVERY NOT AVAILABLE IN ALTOONA OR SUMTER GOING ON VACATION SUBSCRIPTION RATESSUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: Call 352-787-0600 (Lake Co.) or 877-702-0600 (Sumter Co.) between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Prepayments for 3 months or more, mail to: Circulation Dept., The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 347490007. Billed monthly at the rates shown. SUBSCRIPTION REFUND POLICY: Subscription refunds will be calculated at the current basic subscription price, excluding the cur rent month. All refund requests must be made in writing and signed. Send to The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. (In lieu of a refund, we will transfer any remaining time on a subscription to another party or make it available to students through our Newspapers in Education program.) RECYCLING: The Daily Commercial supports environmental protection through recycling. Plastic bags may be recycled at grocery stores. Newspapers may be recycled at the Commercials Leesburg ofce, 212 E. Main St., during business hours. This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint. Home Delivery 3 Mos. T ax T otal 6 Mos. T ax T otal 1 Yr T ax T otal Daily/Sunday 26.82 1.88 28.70 47.22 3.31 50.53 85.60 5.99 9 1.59 7 days a week Mail Subscription 3 months 6 months One Y ear Daily/Sunday 45.19 84.88 163.16 Sunday only 28.67 50.72 92.61 SUBSCRIPTION RATES STAFF INFORMATIONROD DIXON, publisher352-365-8213 .................................. rod.dixon@dailycommercial.comMARY MANNING-JACOBS, advertising director352-365-8287 ............... mary.manning-jacobs@dailycommercial.comNEWSROOM CONTACTSTOM MCNIFF, executive editor352-365-8250 ............................... tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.comTO REPORT LOCAL NEWSSCOTT CALLAHAN, news editor352-365-8203 ........................... scott.callahan@dailycommercial.comREPORTERS LIVI STANFORD, county government, schools352-365-8257 .............................. livi.stanford@dailycommercial.comROXANNE BROWN, South Lake County352-394-2183 ......................... roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.comMILLARD IVES, police and courts 352-365-8262 ................... millard.ives@dailycommercial.com THERESA CAMPBELL, Leesburg and The Villages 352-365-8209 .................theresa.campbell@dailycommercial.comOTHERS PAM FENNIMORE, editorial assistant 352-365-8256 ............. pam.fennimore@dailycommercial.com LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Email submissions to letters@dailycommercial.com SPORTS RESULTSSchools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by calling 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Submissions also can be emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com.FRANK JOLLEY, sports editor352-365-8268 ................................ frank.jolley@dailycommercial.comGOOD FOR YOU/ CELEBRATIONSTo have your club or organizations events printed in the YourCom munity calendar listings, just email the information to pamfenni more@dailycommercial.com. less than 15 minutes. Once theyre done, an email conrmation is delivered. Homeowners can le from the comfort of their home 24 hours a day, Baker said. There is no need to take time off from work or travel to Tavares in order to le. This saves homeowners time and money. Baker did a soft rollout of the new prod uct two weeks ago, and more than 200 homeowners have success fully led using the on line application. Filing online is also saving Bakers ofce time and money. The rst priority was the user experience, Baker said. Its so easy to use. However, we also designed it to gain efciencies in the process. We can verify and process the digital applications much faster, Baker said. Floridas Homestead Exemption can reduce the assessed value of a Homestead proper ty by up to $50,000, re sulting in tax savings of approximately $790 annually on average. This amount will vary depending on the taxable value of the prop erty and differing tax rates from city to city. A Homestead Exemption offers homeowners additional protection as well. Homes with a Homestead Exemption are protected by Flor idas Save Our Homes law, which caps future annual increases in the assessed value of the property to a maximum of 3 percent per year. A Homestead Exemption could save a family tens of thousands of dollars over their lifetime in the home, Baker said. Thats a childs college education thats real money. The deadline to le for a Homestead Ex emption is March 1. If homeowners are unable to le online, they can le by mail or in person. Many of Lake Coun tys new homeowners are from states that do not offer a residen cy-based property tax exemption for permanent residents, so its important to spread the word about Home stead Exemption and other tax-saving exemptions for our seniors and veterans, Baker said. In addition to Homestead Exemption, there are exemptions for seniors 65 or older whose adjusted gross house hold income does not exceed $27,590, several exemptions for veter ans and an exemption for deployed service members, Baker said. Additional information is available on the appraisers website at www.lcpa.org or by speaking with an ex emptions specialist at 352-253-2150. SITE FROM PAGE A1 that they are the rst group (to stay at the village) and they under stand how important their work is to our community. Next month, the domestic village (also called the VolunTourism campus) will welcome a large group of volunteers from Canada. Several more college groups from around the country will arrive in March to work on Habitat projects and stay at the 1810 S. Bay St. facility (a former church annex building) that has been renovated to resemble a European-style hostel with enough space and bunk beds for up to 100 visiting volunteers to have a place to sleep, eat and relax while building Habitat homes and touring area attractions. The 14,000 square foot campus features indoor and outdoor recreation of basketball, volleyball, Ping Pong, billiards, free Wi-Fi, a 50-seat TV media room and computer work stations, along with spacious a bathhouse with showers and a large dining area. I thought it was pretty cool that we are the rst group here in a brand new facility. Its pretty nice, said Diana Trinh, 20, group leader, who coor dinates alternative break trips for her peers longing to do meaningful projects during school breaks. The group has been involved in doing roof work, painting and other tasks on the Mascotte houses. My favorite part is that we got to meet and inter act with the Habitat families, so we werent just going out doing hard labor on a house. We were actually building toward something and for someone I had given a hug, said Aubrey Collins, 20. The idea of the domestic village was the brainchild of Habitat for Humanity Lake Sumter CEO Kent Adcock, who worked as eld director on Habitat building projects in the Gulf Coast region of Biloxi, Miss., following Hurricane Katrina. Everything was so devastated; we had 35,000 people who contacted us by the Web and said they wanted to help rebuild the Gulf Coast, but there was no place to house the volunteers. Everything was destroyed, Adcock said in an earlier interview with the Daily Commercial, re calling how a high school football stadium was converted to makeshift lodging for the volunteers. We rehabbed under the bleachers of the football stadium and we made dormitories, Adcock said. And for the next four years, 11,000 volunteers a year came through that center. They came on a Monday and left that Saturday; they gave their time, their efforts and their energy helping to rebuild the Golf Coast. Adcock said his experience following Hurricane Katrina was the catalyst for the Domestic Global Village. This has been on my heart, and when I came here the board captured this vision, said Adcock, who wants to see 50,000 volunteers go through the center in the next 10 years to help build Habitat homes and also serve in the communities. Volunteers will come and stay a week with us and theyll help in the community, they will help in building Habitat homes, and hopefully theyre going to spend some money in our businesses, eat at our restaurants and they are going to go to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. This is going to be an economic engine for the community. He also believes it will be a transformational experience for the volunteers who participate. Adcock, a former minister, said he has seen rsthand how lives can be impacted through volunteerism. I ended up mar rying three couples who met in Volunteer Village in Biloxi; their lives were transformed not just in service, but in relationships that they developed. VILLAGE FROM PAGE A1 THERESA CAMPBELL / DAILY COMMERCIAL Maggie Homolya photographs the rst volunteer group to stay at the Domestic Global Village of Habitat of Lake Sumter in Eustis.

PAGE 3

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com ... and well share it with our readers. Some of our best story ideas and photos come from our readers. So dont hesitate to share your youth activities, awards, accomplishments, festivals, charity events and other things that make our communities special. And dont overlook those family milestones birthdays, engagements, marriages, business promotions and military news.Just email your photos and news to ... pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com IF YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING, RECORD IT TAVARES Workers electrocuted on Hernando County jobsiteFour workers with United Signs & Signals of Tavares were injured Thursday morning when a light pole they were installing in Hernando County touched a power line, the Tampa Bay Times is reporting. The four men who were not identied were working on the ground, helping to guide the pole into place with the help of a boom operator, when the pole touched a power pole, became electried and shocked them, the Hernando County Sheriffs Ofce said. Two of the workers were seriously injured and transported to the trauma center at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point in Hudson, while the other two received minor injuries and were taken to Oak Hill Hospital in Spring Hill, the Tampa Bay Times reported. The newspaper added that an employee at United Signs & Signals, 28248 County Road 561, was reached by telephone but said the company had no comment.MOUNT DORA Comedy, magic and hypnosis with Cesar DomicoInternational magician and hypnotist Cesar Domico brings his Vegas-style show to Mount Dora this weekend with performances at 4 and 8 / p.m. on Saturday and at 4 / p.m. on Sunday at the Mount Dora Community Building, 520 N. Baker St. The event for the whole family will host dazzling performances by Domico with tricks, humor and a touch of hypnosis and illusion. General admission tickets at the door are $30 for adults and $25 for kids. Also available online at www. mountdoramagicshows.com.LEESBURG Open house at PEAR Parks Nature CenterThe Lake County Parks & Trails Division invites residents to attend an open house at the Palatlakaha Environmental and Agricultural Reserves Nature Center, from 9 / a.m. to 3 / p.m. on Saturday for an open house at the facility at 4800 University Ave. The open house will feature a collection of rocks, minerals, fossils, and other natural specimens, and Eugene Gene Bouley, retired geology professor, will be on hand to assist with displays for kids and adults. For information, call the Lake County Parks & Trails Division at 352-253-4950, or go to www.lakecounty.gov/parks.LEESBURG Mote-Morris House open for free toursLeesburgs historic Mote-Morris House, 1195 W. Magnolia St., will be open for free tours from 10 / a.m. to 2 / p.m., on Saturday for the public to see the 121-year old Queen Anne style house, built in 1892. For information, call 352-787-5969 or go to www.leesburgheritagesociety.com.State&RegionNEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writerlivi.stanford@dailycommercial.comThe city of Groveland is investigating allegations of sexual harass ment and racism in the police de partment. At the city council meeting this week, an anonymous letter was presented with attached docu ments containing a victims state ment, witness statements and in ternal memos. Redmond Jones II received the letter his rst day on the job as new city manager. And even though Po lice Chief Melvin Tennyson has been on the job only three months, the anonymous letter writer accused him of being a goldbricker who comes in late, leaves early and has already taken 15 days off. While Tennyson said he could not go into specics because it is an on going investigation, he added he has documents disproving the alle gations against him. Staff ReportIn the past three months, the Mount Dora Fire department has in stalled more than 400 free re alarms across the city, thanks to a grant from the Focus on Fire Prevention Foundation. Smoke alarms have been proven to increase the chances of survival by giving occupants ad ditional time to get out of their home during a re, Mount Dora Fire Chief Skip Kerkhof said in a press release. However, many residents do not have the appropri ate number of working smoke alarms in their home, which leaves them under-protected. Residents living in homes over 20 years old are especially encour aged to sign up for the free smoke alarm program, said Kelda Senior, public communications ofcer for the city. Smoke alarm strobes and bed shaker alarms are also available free of charge for hearing impaired residents. The Mount Dora Fire department is recommending that residents have the appropri ate number of working smoke alarms in their homes, and to make sure they are installed for proper operation and maximum efciency, Se nior said. Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years and tested month ly. Placing smoke alarms in bedrooms as well as in hallways could increase a familys escape time by up to 15 minutes. Mount Dora residents can continue to sign up to receive new smoke alarms through April 2014 by completing a request form on the citys website at www.city ofmountdora.com. MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comOfcials announced the premiere of the new Sumter County Tourism web site at www.DiscoverSumterFL.com. According to a press release, the site contains information on tourism attractions such as the Wild Withlacooch ee/Paddle Party in February, the Sumter County Fair slated for March, Mondays Webster Flea Market, airboat rides, sh ing camps and historical sites like the Dade Battleeld State Park in Bushnell, as well as restaurant listings for hungry travelers and lodging options for over night visitors. Sumter County Commissioner Doug Gilpin, who is also chairman of the Sumter County Tourism Development Council, said the site points out the countys commitment to tourism. We need an informative and com pelling website to promote our many diverse tourism assets, he said. The site, which was launched on Monday, also boasts a mapping feature that pinpoints attractions within Goo gle Maps, and recommends nearby eat eries and accommodations based on the location of website visitors. Doug Smiley, president of Wild wood-based Tangent Media!, the sites developer, said besides the usual tour ism related fodder, the website will seek to incorporate Sumter stories real stories of users experiences while visit ing Sumter County. User-generated content is key to an effective tourism marketing strategy, said Smiley in the press release. There is no more compelling advertising than the testimonial of an actual visitor having a great experience while visiting the county, then telling others through their own words and pictures. Gilpin added they have several oth er initiatives in the works aimed at bol stering tourism throughout the county, including a series of sporting and rec reational events and an upgraded fair grounds facility, with a schedule full of new entertainment options. Sumter County businesses that benet from tourism visitation are asked to participate in this online promotion al opportunity by submitting current contact information, pricing, descrip tive copy and quality imagery to info@ discoversumter.com to ensure their businesses are well represented, the press release adds. The mailing address for submitting materials is: Tourism Materials, c/o Tangent Media!, 7257 County Road 219, Suite B, Wildwood, 34785.MOUNT DORAFirefighters work to prevent disasters in peoples homes COURTESY OF THE CITY OF MOUNT DORA Fireghter Casey Forney installs a smoke alarm in a Mount Dora residents home.Police face serious allegationsGROVELAND KELLI KENNEDYAssociated PressMIAMI After a shaky rollout, enrollment in the federal health insurance mar ketplace is climbing with more than 1 mil lion nationwide and nearly 18,000 in Flor ida. Yet anecdotal evidence suggests Lati nos could be lagging their peers because of confusion about subsidies, cumbersome requirements for naturalization documents and fear they could unwittingly identify relatives in the country illegally. Federal health ofcials have not said how many of Floridas nearly 18,000 enrollees from October and No vember were Hispanic, but enrollment counselors say they fear sig nups from that com munity are low. Yuraldi Baamonde, a 40-year-old mechanic from Miami, is one of an estimated 1.3 million Hispanic Floridians who lack health insurance, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprof it that studies health care issues. Hispanics account for about onethird of the roughly 3.5 million uninsured peo ple in Florida. Baamonde and his 35-year-old wife tried to enroll in a health Uninsured Hispanics targeted for health careWILDWOODSumter unveils new tourism website MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comThe Lake Coun ty Sheriffs Ofce is investigating an alleged drug-related abduction of a man from a Sorren to home that left him injured but uncooperative with investigators. Lt. John Herrell, sher iffs spokesman, said Thursday the man was taken to Florida Hospital Waterman and deputies were sent to the 31628 Round Lake Road home to sort out facts and conrm them.SORRENTOMan says he was abucted but wont talk to cops SEE POLICE | A4SEE ABDUCTION | A4SEE HISPANICS | A4

PAGE 4

A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 352-253-0059Visitpetlodgeandspa.comIn Leesburg, next to Home DepotDiscover why pet owners trust us for their boarding, day care and grooming needs. Army ~ Navy~ Air Force ~ Marines ~ Coast GuardActive Duty/Veterans Thank you for serving our country.Page-Theus Funeral Home and Cremation Services914 West Main St., Leesburg, FL 34748 352-787-5511 www.pagetheus.co Your Miracle Donation will change someones lifeMIRACULOUSTHRIFTSTORE2891 US Hwy. 441/27352-315-0002 Donations are being acceptedVOLUNTEERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY Get OutGo!& OBITUARIESSandra C. DanielsSandra C. Daniels, 75, of Astatula, passed away Wednesday, January 8, 2014. Born in Umatilla, Florida, she was a lifelong resi dent of Florida. San dra is survived by her 2 daughters, Denise D. Haynes, Astatula, FL, Christy L. Smith, Westville, FL; brother, John Michael Carroll, Melbourne, FL; 2 sisters, Margaret Elaine Carroll, Melbourne, FL, Deborah Langton, Umatilla, FL; 8 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at Harden/Pauli Funeral Home Chapel, Eustis on Saturday, January 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM. Interment will follow at Tavares Cemetery, Tavares. The family will receive friends at the Funeral Home pri or to the service from 10 till 11 AM. Flowers are accepted or me morial donations may be made to Corner stone Hospice, 2445 Lane Park Road, Tavares, FL 32778. Online Guestbook available at www.hardenpauli. com Arrangements by Harden/Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis.Annie Henderson HarrisA Celebration of Life Service for Annie Hen derson Harris, age 75, of Mt. Dora, FL., who passed away on Tuesday January 7, 2014, will be held Saturday January 11, 2014, 11:00 A.M. at First Baptist Church of Mt. Dora, 1000 E. 1st Ave. Mt. Dora, FL. Dr. Thom as Jamieson/Sr. Pas tor, Ofciating. Inter ment will follow in the Pine Forest Cemetery, Mt. Dora, FL. Visita tion will be held on Saturday January 11, 2014 from 9:00-10:30 A.M. at First Baptist Church of Mt. Dora, 1000 E. 1st Ave. Mt. Dora, FL. She is survived by her hus band: Charlie Harris, Jr. of Mt. Dora, FL.; daugh ters: Yolanda Harris of Marlborough, MA., Sheri Harris of Centreville, VA., Teri Harris of Apopka, FL., Holly Har ris of Reston, VA., No elle Harris of Bethesda, MD.; one grandson: Harrison Smith of Cen treville, VA.; a host of other relatives and sor rowing friends. Mar vin C. Zanders Funer al Home, Inc. 232 W. Michael Gladden Blvd. Apopka, Florida. (407) 886-3388 www.zander sfuneralhome.com A Zanders ServiceMargaret Mary KrushMargaret Mary Midge Krush passed away on December 24, 2013 in Newbury Park, CA at the age of 91. She was formerly of Rock Island, IL and Lees burg, FL. Margaret was born on July 3, 1922 in Quincy, IL. She enjoyed playing bingo and play ing cards, especially Bridge. She is pre ceded in death by her husband Peter; Infant son William Peter; Par ents John and Theresa Walford Duesterhaus; Brothers Walter, Lawrence and Raymond Duesterhaus; Sister Dorothy Smith. Mar garet is survived by her children: Sharon White, Mt. Zion, IL; Robert Krush, Bettendorf, IA; Barbara Krush, Maui, HI; Jeanne Sparkman, Newbury Park, CA; 10 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren; niece: Sandy Warner, Cincinnati OH; neph ew: Chuck (Donna) Smith, Buckeye, AZ.DEATH NOTICESSalvatore CegliaSalvatore Ceglia, 86, of Leesburg, died Sat urday, December 21, 2013. Page-Theus Fu nerals & Cremations.Barbara DevendorfBarbara Devendorf, 85, of Leesburg, died Wednesday, January 8, 2014. Page-Theus Fu nerals & Cremations.Brenda Birn KnowlesBrenda Birn Knowles, 66, of Apollo Beach, died Monday, January 6, 2014. Hamlin & Hilbish Funeral Directors.IN MEMORY HARRIS KRUSH Daily Commercial r fntbr The packet pre sented to the coun cil includes sever al complaints about POLICE FROM PAGE A3 the police department over the years, includ ing the following: A female conve nience store clerk wrote in a victim/witness statement that in September 2012 a police ofcer grabbed her by the buttocks. She further states the ofcer continued to make comments on her attire in a sexual manner. In her state ment, she signed her initials, indicating she wanted to pr osecute, but the outcome of that complaint is unclear. An internal police de partment memo on the incident reported that several ofcers have made unwelcome sexual comments about her clothes and differ ent body parts. In another incident, in November 2009, it is alleged police removed a bicycle, tent, chairs and other items from a vacant lot, with one witness claiming the bike was hung from a tree by a noose in a manner that reminded him of a black man be ing lynched. In a memo, the chief at the time, T.R. Mer rill stated: I found no supporting documentation or evidence that a noose of any kind was used to hang the bike in question from the tree where it was found. As a result of the inci dent, three of the of cers were reprimanded and a fourth received a letter of employee counseling. One of the ofcers stated in a memo: At no time was the inci dent meant to be mali cious or hateful. Jones said his ofce was waiting to get an ofcial response from the police regarding the complaints, which was forthcoming. Once Jones receives it, he said he and the human resources professional will review it, looking to nd out if there any violations committed by employ ees or anyone in the department. We will then take those necessary cor rective answers and inform the council at due point, Jones said. Herrell said the victim, who was a visitor at the home and report ed being abducted, no longer de sires to cooperate with detectives. Herrell added the owner of the home informed detectives that the incident was drug related and he does not wish to press charges. Herrell said deputies are condent that this was not a random act and that this home was targeted. The sheriffs ofce did not release any names. ABDUCTION FROM PAGE A3 plan with help from a counselor Wednesday. An hour into the process, their application was stalled be cause federal health ofcials needed to ver ify information. Baamonde was not frus trated by the wait, saying the process is normal and that he was eager to have coverage that he could afford. Navigator Juanita Mainster said the federal governments website frequently asks for residency and naturalization papers from Hispanic appli cants, which can stall the process for weeks if they are mailed in. For the many Latino applicants who come from countries where government health care is free, its been difcult to under stand premiums, deductibles and co-pays. Maria Jimenez, a navigator for the Hispanic Services Council in Tampa, says many as sume they automatically qualify. They believe its government insur ance like Medicaid, she said. The Latino commu nity also wants some one to walk them step by step through the enrollment process, said Steven Lopez, senior health policy an alyst with the Nation al Council of La Raza, a leading Latino advo cacy group. We know theres a nite number of re sources. Theres not enough navigators for the number of people who want that direct assistance, he said. Language is a bar rier for some. Nationally, only 4 percent of calls to a government call center were Spanish-only calls, as of Dec. 10. Florida isnt spending any additional money on marketing and outreach and is relying on $5.8 million federal grant to fund navigators around the state. HISPANICS FROM PAGE A3 SETH BORENSTEINAP Science WriterWASHINGTON Weve become weather wimps. As the world warms, the United States is getting fewer bitter cold spells like the one that gripped much of the nation this week. So when a deep freeze strikes, scientists say, it seems more unprecedented than it really is. An AP analysis of the daily nation al winter temperature shows that cold extremes have happened about once every four years since 1900. Until recently. When computer models estimated that the national average daily temperature for the Lower 48 states dropped to 17.9 degrees on Mon day, it was the rst deep freeze of that magnitude in 17 years, accord ing to Greg Carbin, warning mete orologist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. That stretch from Jan. 13, 1997 to Monday is by far the longest the U.S. has gone without the na tional average plunging below 18 degrees, according to a database of daytime winter temperatures start ing in January 1900. In the past 115 years, there have been 58 days when the national av erage temperature dropped below 18. Carbin said those occurrenc es often happen in periods that last several days so it makes more sense to talk about cold outbreaks instead of cold days. Scientists: Americans becoming weather wimps AP FILE PHOTO A person struggles to cross a street in blowing and falling snow as the Gateway Arch appears in the distance, in St. Louis.

PAGE 5

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A5 Its Not Just a Floor...Its a Masterpiece! HARDWOOD CARPET352-771-236412 Orange Lane, Umatilla, FL 32784 US 19 North (Across from Beef O Bradys) VINYL $3.19 Installed DONT BE FOOLED BY SMALL PRINT! OUR LAMINATE INSTALLATIONS INCLUDE FREE: Transitions Move Furniture 1/4 Round Carpet Removal Upgrade Pad INSTALLATIONSTOCK TILE$3.6913 Colors 18x18 HANDSCRAPED 12MMrInstalled DONT BE FOOLED BY SMALL PRINT! OUR LAMINATE INSTALLATIONS INCLUDE FREE: Transitions Move Furniture 1/4 Round Carpet Removal Upgrade Pad INSTALLATION$4.39InstalledSTOCK INSTALLATION ONE DAY ONLY ONE DAY ONLY ONE DAY ONLY rfntrbntrffffff ffffffffff ffrbtrrffffrff Free Rides For The Free Food SERVING CENTRAL FLORIDA FOR OVER 25 YEARS! NEW STORE HERE WE GROW AGAIN. At our new store in Umatilla (Across from Beef O Bradys)Come Visit Our New Store!Bring this ad with you and enter for aFREE DRAWINGNo Gimmicks*Does not apply to previously written sales.$500 CREDITON ANY FLOORING YOU CHOOSE*fntbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb fnbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbDrawing will take place at 6pm SHARP! Saturday, January 11th.

PAGE 6

A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 FREE ESTIMATES 26thYEAR IN LAKE COUNTY showing up in force to welcome him. If anyone got the joke they didnt let on. Bell then nodded at Gerken, who an nounced that one issue on the agenda, a proposed pension plan announced last month, was moot. State law requires that an actuarial study be completed before a pension plan can be enacted, Gerken said. We wont be able to move forward on this issue tonight. Commissioner Chris Chesshire interrupted him. I move that we strike the ordinance, he said. Many members of the audience laughed aloud. Bell responded, You mean strike it or table it? he asked. Strike it, Chesshire shot back. Some in the audience applauded. Gunter spoke up. Will the actuarial study cost us anything? he asked. Gerken said it would. Then I second the motion, Gunter said. Bell, a 20-year veteran of Fruitland Parks often tumultuous politics, asked if there was any further discussion. Seeing none, all in favor of the motion say aye. The motion to strike the proposed ordinance passed unanimously. City commissioners will now abide by state law, which requires a lifetime pension after 20 years of continuous service in the amount of half their annual salary. PENSION FROM PAGE A1 RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR and TOM MURPHYAssociated PressINDIANAPOLIS Re cord-keeping snags could complicate the start of insur ance coverage this month as people begin using policies they purchased under President Barack Obamas health care overhaul. Insurance companies are still trying to sort out cas es of so-called health insur ance orphans, customers for whom the government has a record that they enrolled, but the insurer does not. Government ofcials say the problem is real but under control, with orphan records being among the roughly 13,000 problem cases they are trying to resolve with insurers. But insurance compa nies are worried the process will grow more cumbersome as they deal with the ood of new customers who signed up in December as enrollment deadlines neared. More than 1 million people have signed up through the federal insurance market that serves 36 states. Ofcials con tend the error rate for new signups is close to zero. Insurers, however, are less enthusiastic about the pace of the xes. The companies also are seeing cases in which the government has assigned the same identication num ber to more than one person, as well as so-called ghost les in which the insurer has an enrollment record but the government does not. But orphaned les when the insurer has no record of enrollment are particu larly concerning because the companies have no automated way to identify the pre sumed policyholder. They say they have to manually compare the lists of enrollees the government sends them with their own records because the government never built an automated system that would do the work much faster. Its an ongoing concern, said Robert Zirkelbach, a spokesman for the industry trade group Americas Health Insurance Plans. Health plans cant process enrollments they havent received from the exchange. Julie Bataille, communications director for the federal health care rollout, disputes the industrys view. We have xed the issues that we knew were a problem, and we are now seeing nearly zero errors in the work moving forward, she said. A federal reconciliation team, including technicians, deals directly with more than 300 insurers to resolve signup problems, she said, while the governments call center has caseworkers to help consum ers directly. Insurers use the term or phan for the problematic les because they are refer ring to customers who have yet to nd a home with the carrier they selected. The les have cropped up since enrollment began last fall through HealthCare.gov. The site was down an estimated 60 percent of the time in Oc tober. Since then, the front-end interaction between custom ers and the website has largely been xed. But insurers worry that the back-end problems will grow more acute as they process the wave of customers who signed up at the end of 2013. More than 2 million peo ple had enrolled by the end of the year, either through HealthCare.gov or state-run websites. Aetna spokeswoman Su san Millerick said orphaned les were manageable over the short term. But she added that manually comparing enrollment les will not work over the long term and that the federal website needs a permanent x to eliminate the possibility of orphaned les. Bataille said the administration is working the issue with every tool at its disposal, from software xes to picking up the phone and calling insurers. Among those who got lost in the paperwork confusion was cancer survivor Sharon Van Daele of Tucson, Ariz., who went back and forth be tween her insurer and the federal government for more than a week after her conr mation failed to arrive. Unable to get answers, she said it felt as if she had fallen into a black hole. She started the year wor ried she was uninsured even though the HealthCare.gov website told her on Dec. 22 that she had successfully en rolled.Some find insurers have no record of them JOHN MILLER / AP Sharon Van Daele poses in her home in Tucson, Ariz. DIDI TANGAssociated PressBEIJING When her mind is clear, Gong Qifeng can recall how she begged for mercy. Several people pinned her head, arms, knees and ankles to a hospital bed before driving a sy ringe of labor-inducing drugs into her stomach. She was seven months pregnant with what would have been her second boy. The drugs caused her to have a stillborn baby after 35 hours of excruciating pain. She was forced to have the abortion by ofcials in Chinas southern province of Hunan in the name of comply ing with national limits on family size. It was the pain of my lifetime, worse than the pain of deliv ering a child. You can not describe it, Gong, 25, said in a recent in terview in Beijing. And it has become a mental pain. I feel like a walking corpse. Since the abortion more than two years ago, Gong has been di agnosed with schizo phrenia. She traveled with her husband to the capital to demand help paying for her treat ment, but she ended up being hauled away in her pajamas by police, a detention recorded on video by the Associated Press. Forced abortions are considered an accept able way of enforcing Chinas population lim its, but they are banned when the woman is more than ve months pregnant. Yet no one has been held account able for Gongs lateterm abortion, and oth er women in similar cases also struggle to get justice and compensa tion. Observers believe forced late-term abor tions are on the decline, though reports contin ue to surface. A Brit ish broadcaster reported one in the eastern province of Shandong in September. Although China in November announced an easing of its onechild policy to allow more couples to have a second child, the over all system remains in place and local governments are still required to keep to population quotas. The new policy would not have applied to Gong because it allows couples to have a second child only if both the mother and fa ther have no siblings.Forced abortion highlights abuses in China policy

PAGE 7

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A7 YOUR EDITORIAL BOARDROD DIXON . ........................................... PUBLISHERTOM MCNIFF . .................................. EXECUTIVE EDITORSCOTT CALLAHAN . ................................. NEWS EDITORGENE PACKWOOD . ..................... EDITORIAL CARTOONISTVoiceswww.dailycommercial.com The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875EDITORIALSEditorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.COLUMNSColumns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. DOONESBURYHAVE YOUR SAYThe Daily Commercial invites you to write letters to the editor. Letters should be no longer than 350 words. They must be original, signed with the full name of the writer, and include the writers address and telephone number for verication. We reserve the right to edit for length. Letters also will be edited for grammar, clarity, taste and libel. We accept no more than two letters per month from the same writer. No open letters, form letters or copies of letters to third parties will be published. We do not publish unsigned letters. Submissions are not returned. We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication.You can submit your letters by:Email (preferred) to:letters@dailycommercial.comBy regular mail to:Voices P.O. Box 490007 Leesburg, FL 34749-0007By fax to: 325-365-1951 O ne mark of a good song is that it makes Billboards top 10 list. An even greater indicator is its staying power whether it is remembered de cades after it was a hit. Perhaps the highest accolade is whether the artist inuences other mu sicians. All of these standards were met by the singing duo the Everly Brothers, one of whom, Phil, has died days shy of his 75th birthday. At age 16 I was a disc jockey for a suburban Washington, D.C., radio station. I hosted a weekend music program called The Top Fifty Show. The Everly Brothers were always at or near the top of my list. Phil and Don Everly squeezed into the public consciousness for only a few years between 1957, the year before Elvis Presley left a gaping hole in pop music when he entered the Army, and the arrival of The Beatles, who more than lled that void beginning in 1964. The brothers music survives, not only in its own right, but because of its inuence on other acts, including The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Linda Ronstadt, Simon and Garfunkel and Bob Dylan. The music was danceable, the lyrics under standable and the sentiments memorable. My generation invented rock and roll. While some of it was sexually suggestive, it avoided coarse language and left much to young imaginations. Not all of us, including me, understood at the time what Fats Domino meant when he sang I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill. Wonderfully handsome with good stage presence and great hair, Phil and Don expressed in their music what was in the hearts of many teenagers. All I Have to Do is Dream is about a guy who loves a girl and can always be with her in his dreams. Two of my favorites remain Thats Old Fashioned and Wake Up Little Susie, because they appealed to a moral code that has not been followed in many years, especially in popular music and culture. In Thats Old Fashioned, Don and Phil sing: Its a modern changing world, everything is moving fast; But when it comes to love, I like what they did in the past. Im the kind who loves only one, so the boys say Im old-fashioned. Let then laugh, honey, I dont mind. Ive made plans for a wedding day for you and me. Thats old-fashioned, thats the way love should be. Phil didnt practice what he sang. He married three times and struggled with drugs, but the standard remains a good one in an age of singers whose performances would be shameful to most people alive in the s. In Wake Up Little Susie, the brothers sang about a boy and girl on a movie date. They fall asleep in the car and when they wake up at 4 a.m., the boy fears they may be in trouble with her parents: What are we gonna tell your Mama What are we gonna tell your Pa? What are we gonna tell our friends When they say, Ooh la la! There is also this: The movie wasnt so hot It didnt have much of a plot We fell asleep, our goose is cooked, Our reputation is shot. Who worries about reputation today? What followed in the s, s and s was mu sic containing foul lyrics, explicit sex, hatred of parents, gangsta rap about killing the police, misogyny. I doubt that those who listened to it will proudly play the music of their lives for their grandchildren as my generation can. From an Everly Brothers song that wasnt a hit comes a lyr ic that those who love the Ever ly Brothers might say ts Phils passing: Therell be a day youll want me only But when I leave, Ill be a long time gone... That day has arrived. While Phil may be gone, his and Dons music endures. What artist could ask for more?Readers may email Cal Thomas at tcaeditors@tribune.com.OTHERVOICES Cal ThomasTRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICE Phil Everly has passed, but his musical influence carries on The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875EDITORIALSEditorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.COLUMNSColumns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diversity of views. If you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to letters@dailycom mercial.com, or mail it to Voices, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photo to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. Florida lawmakers have largely failed to produce lower rates in their attempts to tinker with the states home insurance markets, but that doesnt stop them from trying. On Dec. 17, state Sen. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, led the bill in response to rising ood insurance rates for thou sands of Floridians under the federal Big gert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act. The idea behind it, Lloyd Dunkelberger, of Halifax Media Services, reported, is to entice more private insurance companies into a market dominated by the National Flood Insurance Program. If that idea sounds familiar, it might be because the Legislature has previously tried through lax regulation and limits on a staterun insurer to draw more private insurers to Floridas property insurance market. How has that worked out? Florida has the most expensive homeowners insurance in the country double the national average. Of course, those high insurance rates arent all the fault of the Legislature. Despite its eight years without hurricanes, Florida is still considered a risky proposition and most major insurers have deserted the states coastal areas. But the Legislatures failure to hold down property insurance rates should make Flo ridians cautious about the new bills intent to encourage private competition in the ood insurance marketplace. Brandes legislation attempts to offset ris ing premiums for thousands of Floridians because of reforms to the National Flood In surance Program. Biggert-Waters, which aims to reduce a $24 billion decit in the federal program, al lows premiums for residential property to rise to market rates. The premiums for current homeowners would increase over the next ve years, but new buyers of those homes would have to pay market rates immediately. While ood insurance rates in some cas es could triple or quadruple for some old er, low-lying properties, Florida TaxWatch, a nonpartisan research institute, estimates that premiums will rise for 13 percent of Floridas subsidized policyholders. Recent attempts in Congress failed to delay the reforms, set to take effect Wednesday. But Brandes bill raises questions for legislators considering the proposal and for Floridians who if the bill becomes law might someday have to live with it.From ocala.com.AVOICELawmakers seek solution to insurance stalemate The brothers music survives, not only in its own right, but because of its influence on other acts, including The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Linda Ronstadt, Simon and Garfunkel and Bob Dylan. The music was danceable, the lyrics understandable and the sentiments memorable. My generation invented rock and roll.

PAGE 8

A8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 360 S Hwy 27/442 Lady Lake 352.750.5227 Feed 2 for $20 Must present coupon rfTO DOWNLOAD COUPON GO TOwww.texasstockyards.comCLICK ON SPECIALS rfntb ANTIQUE CENTERANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES Over 200 Booths Indoors & Outdoors Open Saturday and Sunday 9am 5pm Enclosed Building open Friday 10am 4pm352-383-8393FARMERS & FLEA MARKETSaturdays & Sundays 8am 4pm Over 700 Vendors offer thousands of items.352-383-3141Guitars, Cars & CyclesSunday, January 12thSecond Sunday of Every Month ANTIQUE EXTRAVAGANZAOVER 800 BOOTHS OF ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Largest Antique Show in Florida January 17th 19th, 2014 rfnftbfGrab your top hats & goggles, and get ready to experience one of the hottest trends in decor, known as Steampunk. Youll see a variety of vendors showcasing this eras idea of fashion, culture, architectural, style, art, and industrial style furniture.Two Great Markets Located on

PAGE 9

Showcase Furniture 4580 Hwy 19-A, Mount Dora www.showcasefurniture.net357-0080 ASHLEY CROSS ISLAND COLLECTION SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268Sportssports@dailycommercial.com B1DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014www.dailycommercial.comNFL: Broncos preparing for Chargers / B3 JENNA FRYERAssociated PressDAYTONA BEACH Tony Stewart is con dent he will be ready to race at full speed when the NASCAR season opens next month. The three-time NA SCAR champion has only been in a race car once, for a seat tting, since breaking his right leg Aug. 5 in a sprint car accident. The broken tibia and bula caused Stewart to miss the nal 15 races of last season, and doctors wont clear him to race until Feb. 14, the day before the exhibition Sprint Unlimited at Daytona In ternational Speedway. The season-opening Daytona 500 is Feb. 23, just 10 days after Stewart will be cleared to get back in the car. Thats plenty of time, he said. Physically, Im not going to feel 100 per cent, Stewart said Thursday. But Ill be able to do my job 100 percent, so thats the main thing. Stewart was at Day tona for the rst day of preseason testing to support Stewart-Haas Racing, the team he coowns with Gene Haas. Mark Martin was sched uled to drive Stewarts No. 14 Chevrolet, but rain washed out all of Thursdays on-track ac tivity. The 42-year-old Stewart made a stop in the media center and was in good spirits as he spoke about his recovery. He felt well enough over the holidays to spend three weeks at home in Indiana, and returned to North Caro lina this week to resume physical therapy. Stew art said he doesnt hesitate to call his physi cal therapist at all hours FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comLake Minneola boys basketball coach Freddie Cole knows his team will not bring their A game to the oor every night. On those occasions, Cole spends most of the night prod ding and cajoling his charges through their funk. That was the case Thursday when the Hawks travelled to Mount Dora for a non-district game with the Hurricanes. A mis match on paper, especially considering Lake Minneolas 17-1 re cord entering the game and No. 1 ranking in Class 6A. Mount Dora, however, raised its level of play and an expected blowout turned into a 65-58 win for the Hawks, improving their record to 18-1. It was hard to get up for this game, Cole said. Our energy level was just not there. One of the hardest things about play ing every team in Lake County is maintaining that high energy lev el. Sometimes its just not there. Avery Brown led the way for Lake Minneola with 14 points. Anthony Brown and Carlyle Holder added 12 points apiece and Chris Weech added 11. Marcus Dodson and Andrew BRETT LEBLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Lake Minneola junior Avery Brown shoots the ball over Mount Doras Jefferson Vea during Thursdays game at Mount Dora High School. Lake Minneola won 65-58. JOHN RAOUX / APTony Stewart answers questions at a news conference on thursday during testing at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach. FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comP.J. Foster has turned the college basketball court at Limestone College into his own personal playground. A senior from Leesburg High School, Fos ter amped up his play for his season year with the Saints and was rewarded on Tuesday by be ing named the Conference Car olinas Mens Basketball Player of the Week. It was the rst PoW honor of Fosters college career. Foster averaged 24 points, 1.7 steals, 1.7 assists and 3 rebounds per game in Limestones last three games to earn the honor. He also shot 50 percent (17-of-34) from behind the three-point line during that stretch, which makes Foster one of the na tions most prolic long-range shooters in Division II. A 6-foot-0 guard, Foster kicked off his tor rid stretch on Dec. 18 against Carson-Newman with a 16-point effort in a 74-66 win. In the Saints next outing, against Catawba on FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comFrank Viola is one step away from The Show. Again. Viola, former manager of the Leesburg Lightning and 1988 American League Cy Young Award winner, was named on Wednesday the pitching coach for the New York Mets Triple-A afliate in Las Vegas. He spent the past two sea sons as the pitching coach for the Savannah Sand Gnats, the Mets Single-A afliate in the South At lantic League. With the Las Vegas 51s, Viola is expected to play a major role in the development of the Mets top pros pect, right-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard. Viola managed the Lightning Leesburgs Florida Collegiate Summer League franchise for three seasons, beginning in 2008. He directed the Lightning to two appearances in the FCSL championship game (2009, 2010), winning the league title in 2008. LHS grad named PoW in collegeEx-Lightning skipper earns promotion FOSTER VIOLA Stewart vows to be 100 percent RONALD BLUMAssociated PressNEW YORK The Hall of Fame says its up to baseball writers to propose any changes in the selection process. The Baseball Writers Association of America has voted on Hall of Fame candidates since 1936, and elections have become more controversial in recent years as stars tainted by accusations of steroids use have fallen well short of the 75 per cent needed for entry to Cooperstown. Writers are limited to a maximum 10 votes, KATHY WILLENS / APFormer pitchers Tom Glavine, left and Greg Maddux, right, pose with former slugger Frank Thomas on Thursday after a press conference announcing their election Baseball Hall of Fame, Class of 2014 in New York. SEE FOSTER | B2SEE STEWART | B2HoF: Up to BBWAA to propose changesSEE HALL | B2Hawks grind past Hurricanes SEE HAWKS | B2

PAGE 10

B2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 17 17 .500 Brooklyn 14 21 .400 3 Boston 13 23 .361 5 New York 12 22 .353 5 Philadelphia 12 23 .343 5 Southeast W L Pct GB Miami 27 8 .771 Atlanta 19 17 .528 8 Washington 16 17 .485 10 Charlotte 15 21 .417 12 Orlando 10 25 .286 17 Central W L Pct GB Indiana 28 7 .800 Chicago 15 18 .455 12 Detroit 14 22 .389 14 Cleveland 12 23 .343 16 Milwaukee 7 27 .206 20 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest W L Pct GB San Antonio 28 8 .778 Houston 23 13 .639 5 Dallas 20 16 .556 8 Memphis 15 19 .441 12 New Orleans 15 19 .441 12 Northwest W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 27 8 .771 Portland 27 9 .750 Denver 17 17 .500 9 Minnesota 17 18 .486 10 Utah 12 25 .324 16 Pacic W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 25 13 .658 Golden State 24 14 .632 1 Phoenix 21 13 .618 2 L.A. L akers 14 22 .389 10 Sacramento 11 22 .333 11 Wednesdays Games San Antonio 112, Dallas 90 Toronto 112, Detroit 91 Brooklyn 102, Golden State 98 Atlanta 97, Indiana 87 Houston 113, L.A. Lakers 99 Washington 102, New Orleans 96 Phoenix 104, Minnesota 103 Portland 110, Orlando 94 L.A. Clippers 111, Boston 105 Thursdays Games Miami at New York, late Oklahoma City at Denver, late Todays Games Washington at Indiana, 7 p.m. Detroit at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Houston at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Phoenix at Memphis, 8 p.m. Dallas at New Orleans, 8 p.m. Miami at Brooklyn, 8 p.m. Chicago at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Cleveland at Utah, 9 p.m. Orlando at Sacramento, 10 p.m. Boston at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. Saturdays Games Houston at Washington, 7 p.m. Brooklyn at Toronto, 7 p.m. New York at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Chicago, 8 p.m. Milwaukee at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. New Orleans at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Orlando at Denver, 9 p.m. Boston at Portland, 10 p.m. College Men Thursdays scores EAST Bryant 77, St. Francis (Pa.) 67 Hartford 80, Maine 65 Robert Morris 79, Sacred Heart 70 SOUTH Davidson 73, Furman 56 Jacksonville 88, Stetson 75 MIDWEST IPFW 82, N. Dakota St. 71 SOUTHWEST Texas-Arlington 83, Louisiana-Monroe 79, OT Women EAST Albany (NY) 94, Vermont 49 Drexel 68, Coll. of Charleston 55 Duke 86, Syracuse 53 Faireld 58, Manhattan 49 Rider 68, St. Peters 40 Towson 62, Hofstra 56 SOUTH Abilene Christian 88, New Orleans 44 Charleston Southern 81, Campbell 71 Delaware 57, William & Mary 39 Florida 59, Arkansas 52 Florida Gulf Coast 73, ETSU 58 Maryland 76, Wake Forest 49 N. Kentucky 72, Mercer 61 North Carolina 79, NC State 70 Northeastern 64, UNC Wilmington 50 SE Louisiana 67, Incarnate Word 55 Stetson 78, SC-Upstate 64 Tennessee 94, Mississippi 70 Winthrop 68, Radford 56 MIDWEST Bowling Green 58, Kent St. 39 Cleveland St. 78, Detroit 71 Michigan 70, Wisconsin 62 Michigan St. 70, Nebraska 57 Notre Dame 95, Boston College 53 Toledo 73, N. Illinois 71 SOUTHWEST Lamar 82, Nicholls St. 68 McNeese St. 59, Sam Houston St. 55 Northwestern St. 65, Texas A&M-CC 59 Stephen F. Austin 71, Houston Baptist 60 FAR WEST N. Colorado 68, Weber St. 49 HOCKEY NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 43 28 13 2 58 126 94 Tampa Bay 43 26 13 4 56 123 102 Montreal 45 25 15 5 55 115 106 Detroit 43 19 14 10 48 114 121 Toronto 45 21 19 5 47 123 138 Ottawa 45 19 18 8 46 129 145 Florida 43 16 21 6 38 102 136 Buffalo 42 12 26 4 28 74 118 Metropolitan GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 45 32 12 1 65 147 107 Philadelphia 44 23 17 4 50 117 119 Carolina 44 19 16 9 47 111 125 N.Y. Rangers 45 22 20 3 47 111 121 Washington 42 20 16 6 46 128 128 New Jersey 45 18 18 9 45 104 113 Columbus 43 19 20 4 42 117 126 N.Y. Islanders 45 16 22 7 39 124 149 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OT Pts GF GA Chicago 46 29 8 9 67 169 127 St. Louis 42 30 7 5 65 155 97 Colorado 43 27 12 4 58 127 111 Minnesota 45 23 17 5 51 108 114 Dallas 43 20 16 7 47 123 132 Nashville 44 19 19 6 44 105 131 Winnipeg 46 19 22 5 43 125 139 Pacic GP W L OT Pts GF GA Anaheim 45 32 8 5 69 151 113 San Jose 44 27 11 6 60 144 114 Los Angeles 44 26 13 5 57 114 91 Vancouver 45 23 13 9 55 121 113 Phoenix 42 21 12 9 51 129 127 Calgary 43 15 22 6 36 100 137 Edmonton 46 14 27 5 33 119 161 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for over time loss. Wednesdays Games Philadelphia 3, Montreal 1 N.Y. Rangers 3, Chicago 2 Colorado 4, Ottawa 3, OT Thursdays Games New Jersey 1, Dallas 0 Carolina 6, Toronto 1 Florida at Buffalo, late Washington at Tampa Bay, late Anaheim at Nashville, late St. Louis at Calgary, late Minnesota at Phoenix, late Boston at Los Angeles, late Detroit at San Jose, late Todays Games Dallas at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m. Toronto at Washington, 7 p.m. Carolina at Columbus, 7 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Colorado, 9 p.m. Pittsburgh at Edmonton, 10 p.m. St. Louis at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Saturdays Games Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Chicago at Montreal, 7 p.m. Florida at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Ottawa at Nashville, 7 p.m. Columbus at Winnipeg, 7 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Anaheim at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Pittsburgh at Calgary, 10 p.m. Detroit at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m. Boston at San Jose, 10:30 p.m. TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL Major League Baseball MLB Suspended free agent minor league OF Dar ren Driggers a 50 games after a second positive drug test and free agent minor league RHP Yonque lys Martinez 50 games after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES Named Luis Pujols manager of Frederick (Carolina); Ryan Minor manager, Paco Figueroa eld coach and Trek Schuler athletic trainer of Delmarva (SAL); Justin Lord pitch ing coach, Chris Poole athletic trainer and Kevin Clark strength and conditioning coach for Aberdeen (NYP); Jeff Manto minor league hitting coordinator and Ryan Crotin minor league strength and conditioning coordinator. DETROIT TIGERS Signed RHPs Jhan Marinez, Luis Marte, Eduardo Sanchez and Drew VerHagen; LHPs Duane Below, Blaine Hardy and Robbie Ray; Cs Craig Albernaz, Luis Exposito, James McCann and John Murrian; INFs Devon Travis and Danny Worth; and OFs Ezequiel Carrera, Tyler Collins and Trevor Crowe to minor-league contracts. HOUSTON ASTROS Named Jeff Albert minor league hitting coordinator, Doug White roving pitch ing instructor and Morgan Ensberg minor league special assignment coach. KANSAS CITY ROYALS Agreed to terms with RHP Jason Adam, LHP Scott Alexander, RHP Aaron Brooks, RHP Kyle Zimmer, C Juan Graterol, OF Jorge Bonifacio, C Adam Moore, OF Gorkys Hernandez, RHP Sugar Ray Marimon, OF Paulo Orlando, RHP Cory Wade, RHP P.J. Walters, C Ramon Hernandez, INF Jason Donald, INF Brandon Laird and OF Melky Mesa on minor league contracts. MINNESOTA TWINS Agreed to terms with LHP Matt Hoffman, LHP Aaron Thompson, RHP Deolis Guerra, RHP Lester Oliveros, RHP Yohan Pino, C Dan Rohlng, INF Jason Bartlett, INF James Beresford, INF Doug Bernier, INF Deibinson Romero, INF Brandon Waring, OF Jason Kubel, OF Darin Mastroianni, OF Jermaine Mitchell, OF Chris Rahl and OF Wilkin Ramirez on minor league contracts. National League MIAMI MARLINS Signed RHP Kevin Slowey, LHP Andrew Heaney, RHP Jesus Sanchez, LHP Josh Spence, INF Juan Diaz, OF Matt Angle and OF Joe Benson to minor-league contracts. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS Assigned G Lorenzo Brown to Delaware (NBADL).TV2DAY BOXING 9 p.m.ESPN2 Junior lightweights, Arash Usmanee (20-1-1) vs. Juan Antonio Rodriguez (24-4-0), at Tacoma, Wash.GOLF 11 a.m.TGC European PGA Tour, Volvo Champions, second round, at Durban, South Africa7 p.m.TGC PGA Tour, Sony Open, second round, at HonoluluMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 7 p.m.CSS Kennesaw State at Mercer ESPNU Radford at High Point9 p.m.ESPN Wright State at ValparaisoMENS COLLEGE HOCKEY 7:30 p.m.NBCSN Alabama Huntsville at Notre DameNATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 8 p.m.ESPN Miami at Brooklyn10 p.m.FS-Florida Orlando at Sacramento10:30 p.m.ESPN L.A. Lakers at L.A. ClippersSCOREBOARD CONTACTUS SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 FAX 352-365-1951 EMAIL sports@dailycommercial.com Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by calling 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Amateur Listings (college scholarships, meeting announcements, schedule changes, outdoors notices) can be faxed to 352-365-1951, or emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com When sports are being played in Lake County, we want to report it and we need your help. Directors and coaches of recreational and youth leagues can send game results, statistics, team and action photos, and well publish them in the newspaper and on our website. Proud parents can send us individual photos and accomplishments. Just email them to sports@dailycommercial.com IF YOURE PLAYING, WERE INTERESTED Dec. 22, Foster turned in a career effort 33 points, which included 10 3-pointers, to go with two rebounds, two assists, and a steal in a 79-59 victory. Foster returned to the hardwood after the holidays by scoring 23 points and pulling down three rebounds in an overtime loss on Jan. 4 against Mount Olive. For the season, Fos ter is averaging 20.5 points, three rebounds, three assists and 1.2 steals per game. He is playing 35.7 min utes per game and has knocked down and NCAA Division II best 64 3 pointers an av erage of 4.9 per outing. He is shooting at a .479 clip, including a .454 mark behind the arc. Limestone College is 9-4 this season and 1-2 in Conference Carolinas play. Foster began his col legiate career at Bre vard Community Col lege in Melbourne in 2009 and poured in 20 points in his rst game, dropping in four 3 pointers along the way. He averaged 9.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game in his only season at Brevard and hit 39 3 pointers in 26 games. From there, Foster transferred to Pas co-Hernando Community College in New Port Richey in 2010 and upped his scoring aver age to 15.3 points per game, including a single-game high of 37 points. He was sixth in the National Junior College Athletic Asso ciation in 3-point per centage. After transferring to Limestone follow ing one season at Pas co-Hernando CC, Fos ter redshirted the 2011-12 season. Foster stepped up as a redshirt junior to av erage 11.5 points per game for the Saints and hit 80-of-191 3 point ers (.419 shooting per centage). He scored 43 points in three games in the Conference Car olinas tournament and was named to All-Tour nament team. Limestone College is an NCAA Division II school in Gaffney, S.C. FOSTER FROM PAGE B1 of the night with ques tions, and believes ev erything is on track, de spite an Oct. 7 surgery to treat an infection. That surgery was his third since the accident. We were actually ahead of schedule with the therapy when we had that surgery, so it basically just pushed it back to where we were right back on schedule again, he said. Now it just feels like were back ahead of schedule again. Its still a ques tion mark of whats it actually going to feel like when we get in the race car and try to drive wide open for lap after lap. Stewart is denitely raring to go. Hes been driving a street car for four months, but his seat tting at SHR last month was his only time in a race car and he didnt want to get out. It felt like an old pair of shoes, he said. They kept telling me I had to get out of it. I wanted to sit in it. I felt like a kid. I wanted to keep moving the steer ing wheel and every thing else. They said, You have to get out so we can nish doing our job with the seat. That was kind of fun to get back in there. It kind of felt like the rst time I got in one. It was that kind of excitement. Stewart also said he will return to sprint car racing this year something he has insisted he wont give up even after his ac cident at an Iowa dirt track. He pledged in the weeks after his crash to work toward improving safety in sprint car racing, and said although he hasnt worked on his 2014 schedule yet, hell be racing and has a sponsor lined up. The Cup car is the priority right now and making sure that were comfortable there, he said. Bouncing around in a sprint car is a little different deal. Well take a little more time, theres not a sense of urgency. Theres not a set schedule for it yet. Its more making sure that I feel 100 per cent. But were push ing ahead on that side, as well, and getting cars ready. STEWART FROM PAGE B1 and some say theres a logjam as Barry Bonds, Rogers Clemens, Mark McGwire remain on the ballot at a time new players are added. The Hall electorate includes anyone who has been a BBWAA member for 10 consecutive years at any point. Some say the voting group should be expanded beyond writers. Were happy, Hall chairman Jane Forbes Clark said Thursday after a news conference to introduce 2014 electees Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas. Were in an age where everyone does want to be heard, but we really see this as an issue that needs to be dealt with by the BB WAA. Dan Le Batard was kicked out of the BB WAA for one year and barred from future Hall votes on Thursday af ter he turned over his 2014 ballot to the website Deadspin, which al lowed readers to choose the selections. Le Batard, an ESPN host and longtime Miami Herald columnist, said Wednesday he gave his ballot to the website because he detests the hypocrisy in the voting process and it needs remodeling in a new media world. The BBWAA regards Hall of Fame voting as the ultimate privilege, and any abuse of that privilege is unacceptable, the organization said in a statement. BBWAA Secretary-Treasurer Jack OConnell said ballots averaged 8.4 players this year and just over half of the 571 voters used all 10 picks. I dont think that in any situation one needs to react to a one-off and change an entire pro cess, Clark said. The BBWAA decided last month to form a committee to study whether the 10-man limit should be altered. The committee, chaired by BBWAA immediate past president Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle, is expected to report back to membership in July. While the BBWAA long was limited to re porters for newspapers and news agencies, a small number of website writers have been allowed to join in recent years. Broadcasters and MLB.com reporters are excluded. The Hall of Fame elec torate includes anyone who has been a BBWAA member for 10 consecutive years at any point. ESPN broadcaster Keith Olbermann ad vocates eliminating the 10-players restriction and increasing the voting pool. The idea of exclusively the baseball writ ers voting for the Hall of Famers is a vestige of state-of-the-art media of the s and s, he said. It was a very, very good and inclusive idea then. Shortly after it was instituted, it began to become less inclusive, to the point now where maybe baseball writers, the beat writers, are not a large enough group or may not be the most-in formed group. Certainly theyre not the exclu sively informed group. He suggests voters in clude baseball experts such as broadcasters Vin Scully and Bob Costas, historian John Thorn and author Bill James. It would be I think ap propriate if the fans had a small voice in this, Ol bermann said. May be it literally is 1 percent of the vote is a fan poll. Why not? During the news conference, Maddux, Glavine and Thomas posed together as Hall of Famers for the rst time. They will be inducted July 27 along with retired managers Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa. Maddux, Glavine and Cox will make it a spe cial day for the Braves. Another former Atlan ta pitcher, John Smoltz, will be on the ballot for the rst time in Decem ber. Ive given him grief, Glavine said. I told him he didnt have to go play another year he would be up here with us. It would have been cool if John was with us, Maddux said, but his day will be coming soon. The Hall plans to an nounce next week the caps to be used for the players plaques, which also will contain brief descriptions of their ca reers. Asked what words they would like to see, Maddux said over achieve, Glavine competitor, stubborn or dependable or dura ble and Thomas consistent and driven. HALL FROM PAGE B1 Mendoza scored seven points apiece. Cole said the Hawks will be boosting their depth later this month with the return of athletic forward Jean Francois, who has not played this season. Francois has played for Cole at Lake Minneola since the school opened three years ago. In other action on Thursday, Mount Dora Bible picked up a 65-51 win against Apopka Forest Lake Academy. Zac Ward led the way for the Bulldogs (134) with 22 points and six assists. Zach Brock turned in a double-double with 17 points and 10 assists. Blake Krisan also had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Lamar scored 14 points. In girls basketball, Leesburg blasted South Lake 62-31. Adrienne Jackson paced the Yellow Jackets (13-5) with 16 points, five rebounds and five steals. Kenyonna Boykin had 14 points, Ele tra Graham added 12 and Marshanique Kelly dropped in 10 points. In addition, Jada Perry had six points and Cedaja Watkins had four. Leesburg hosts Ocala Forest at 6 / p .m. Tues day on Senior Night. Lake Minneolas boys soccer team stopped Citra North Marion 8-1. Three seniors Rickie Mortlock, Justin DiNonno and Jamon Elliott scored two goals apiece. Lake Minneola improved to 11-4-3. HAWKS FROM PAGE B1

PAGE 11

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B3 ARNIE STAPLETONAP Pro Football WriterENGLEWOOD, Colo. John Elway followed up pos sibly the best free agent sign ing in NFL history Peyton Manning with another jackpot this season. Wes Welker and Louis Vasquez helped transform the Broncos offense into the highest-scoring team in the Super Bowl era, and a bevy of defensive signings helped rescue a unit that was hit hard by injuries and illness. Vasquez, a fth-year right guard lured from AFC West ri val San Diego, earned All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors after anchoring an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks in the NFL (20) this season and produced a league-high six games without allowing a quarterback takedown. Welker, pried away from Tom Brady in New England, caught a career-high 10 touchdown passes despite missing the nal month with a concussion, one of a record ve Broncos to reach the end zone 10 or more times. None of the other seven teams still playing has more than one go-to player who has double-digit TDs. Although Welker (two years, $12 million) and Vasquez (four years, $23.5 million) were the corner stones of the Broncos free agency haul, Elway, the teams executive vice presi dent, signed a slew of others who also played big roles in helping the Broncos go 13-3 for a second straight season. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie ($5 million), Terrance Knighton (two years, $4.5 million), Shaun Phillips ($1 million), Quentin Jammer ($1.1 million) and Paris Lenon ($940,000) all turned into big bargains. They kept a depleted de fense functioning through a rash of ailments that claimed starters Von Miller, Rahim Moore, Kevin Vickerson and Derek Wolfe and also turned captains Champ Bailey and Wesley Woodyard into backups. We brought in good guys and these guys have been effective for us all year, Bailey said. And I thought T-Knight should have made the Pro Bowl. I thought DRC should have made the Pro Bowl. I mean, thats the type of years they had. Last month, Elway signed Jeremy Mincey when he was released by Jacksonville and the defensive end has helped the Broncos shore up a run defense that was exposed by running back Ryan Mathews and the Chargers (10-7), whom theyll face again Sun day in the AFC Divisional playoffs. Elways philosophy is to build through the draft but to add veterans to ll the gaps but only if theyre guys that will t in that locker room the right way. Elway doesnt want any body who will put individual desires ahead of team goals and spoil the chemistry. This locker room may be chock-full of superstars but there arent any super-sized egos or self-centered jerks. Mincey, who was released by the Jaguars after missing two team meetings and fall ing out of favor with a front ofce that gave him a fouryear, $20 million contract last year, had to pass muster in Elways eyes before he was brought on board. The Broncos reached out to the Jaguars and deter mined a change of scen ery and a reunion with Denver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, who was his head coach when he had his best seasons in Jacksonville, would rejuvenate his career. Peyton knew exactly who I was when I walked into the locker room and welcomed me with open arms and said, We need a guy like you around, and I said, Appre ciate it. That made me feel really good from a guy like that, Mincey said. Knighton, who also played with Mincey in Jacksonville, said hes been nothing but a pros pro since his arrival in Denver. A trio of the free agents Phillips, Jammer and Vasquez were long-time Chargers who will be facing their for mer team this weekend. Vasquez signed at the start of free agency and he was the only free agent named AllPro this season, giving Elway arguably the best free agent signing two years in a row. Phillips came on board over draft weekend to re place Elvis Dumervil and he led Denver with 10 sacks. Jammer, a starter for the last decade with the Chargers, started just one game for the Broncos this season, and that was only because RodgersCromartie sent him out in his place in San Diego on Nov. 10, unbeknownst to the coaches. Jammer is like the other free agents in that he was lured by the chance to play with Man ning. Unlike the others, he hasnt seen the eld much. But he harbors no regrets.Elway hits another jackpot in free agency ED ANDRIESKI / AP Denver Broncos defensive end Shaun Phillips (90) works on drills as other defensive linemen look on during practice for the football teams NFL playoff game against the San Diego Chargers. KAREEM COPELANDAssociated PressTALLAHASSEE Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan is entering the NFL draft. The university conrmed the decision Thursday. Jernigan was the an chor of the line and commanded double-teams, allowing linebackers to run free and make plays. He was a second-team All-America selection and had 63 tack les, including a teamhigh 11 for loss, and 4 1/2 sacks. The 6-foot2, 296-pounder has tremendous strength and is considered one of the top interior linemen in the country. Jernigan said in a statement: Its rare to get an opportunity like I have and Id like to take advantage of that opportunity right now. The Seminoles beat Auburn 34-31 on Monday night for the third national champion ship in school histo ry. The defense loses senior starters in All-America defensive back Lamarcus Joyner, Christian Jones, Tel vin Smith and Terrence Brooks. ESPN rst reported the decision.Florida State DT Timmy Jernigan entering NFL draft ERIC TALMADGEAssociated PressPYONGYANG, North Ko rea Dennis Rodman apologized Thursday for comments he made in North Korea about a detained American mission ary, saying he had been drink ing and was under pressure as he organized a game with for mer NBA players. The former basketball star is sued the apology through publicist Jules Feiler in an email message to The Associated Press a day after he sang Hap py Birthday to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the start of the friendly game. Rodman has been slammed for not using his inuence with Kim to help free Kenneth Bae, the missionary in poor health who is be ing conned in North Korea for anti-state crimes. In an inter view with CNN on Tuesday, Rodman implied Bae was at fault. I want to apologize, Rodman said Thursday. I take full responsibility for my actions. It had been a very stressful day. Some of my teammates were leaving because of pressure from their families and busi ness associates. My dreams of basketball diplomacy was quickly falling apart. I had been drinking. Its not an excuse but by the time the interview happened I was upset. I was over whelmed. Its not an excuse, its just the truth. Rodman said he wanted to apologize rst to Baes family. Im very sorry. At this point I should know better than to make politi cal statements. Im truly sorry. In the interview, Rodman was asked whether he would raise the issue of Bae during his visit. Kenneth Bae did one thing, Rodman replied. If you under stand what Kenneth Bae did do you understand what he did in this country? Asked to explain, Rodman declined to respond. Bae, a Korean-American Christian missionary and tour operator based in China, has been detained for more than a year. North Korea sees mission ary work as a threat to its au thoritarian government. The U.S. State Department distanced itself from Rodman and said it did not want to dig nify his activities or comments in Pyongyang by commenting on them. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the department was open to speaking with Rodman on his return. We have not reached out to him. Weve said before, if he wants to reach out to us, were happy to hear from him and what he has to say, she told reporters.Rodman apologizes for comments about missionary KIM KWANG HYON / AP Dennis Rodman sings Happy Birthday to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un before an exhibition basketball game at an indoor stadium in North Korea.Peyton knew exactly who I was when I walked into the locker room and welcomed me with open arms and said, We need a guy like you around, and I said, Appreciate it. That made me feel really good from a guy like that.Jeremy Mincey Broncos Defensive End RUSTY MILLERAssociated PressCOLUMBUS, Ohio Braxton Miller still has a lot he wants to get done at Ohio State. Thats why the junior announced Thursday night hell return for his senior season. The 6-foot2, 215-pounder, a two-time Big Ten MVP, had been contemplating jumping into the NFL draft a year early. I want to help this team win a Big Ten championship next year, Miller said in a statement is sued through the university. Plus, I want to im prove as a quarterback in all aspects of my game. Im looking forward to working for another year with (coach Urban) Meyer and (quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator Tom) Herman. And I want to graduate, so this will help get me closer to my academic goal. An acclaimed recruit out of Springeld, Ohio, Miller has started for almost three full seasons. After taking over during a 6-7 season in 2012, under new coach Urban Meyer he led the Buckeyes to a school-record 24 consecutive wins.Miller to play senior season at Ohio State AP FILE PHOTO Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller passes the football during the rst half of the Orange Bowl on Jan. 3.

PAGE 12

B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 KEN SWEETAP Markets WriterNEW YORK The stock market wa vered for a second day Thursday as investors weighed disappointing news from the retail industry against more positive signals on the U.S. economy. Investors were look ing ahead to Fridays jobs report, as well as the start of corporate earnings season. Retailers were among the hardest hit stocks on Thursday. Bed Bath & Beyond plunged $9.93, or 13 per cent, to $69.75 and Family Dollar fell $1.37, or 2 percent, to $64.97, making them the biggest de cliners in the S&P 500. Both companies cut their earnings forecasts following a disappoint ing holiday season. The reports of tepid sales disappointed in vestors, who have been seeing signs for sever al weeks that the U.S. economy was improv ing and that shoppers were returning to the malls. It appears that the economy, while im proving, still has some weak spots. L Brands, which owns Bath and Body Works and Victorias Secret, reported that its sales rose less than analysts had expected. The consumers are supposed to be the fuel of this economy, and it doesnt appear to be happening, said Ian Winer, director of trad ing for Wedbush Securities. If theyre not spending money at the retailers, whats going on? DAVID MCHUGHAssociated PressFRANKFURT, Ger many The European Central Bank is ready to take decisive action and use its full range of policies to keep the euro bloc from sliding into crip pling deation, President Mario Draghi said Thursday. The ECB took no new steps at its monthly policy meeting, leaving its key in terest rate unchanged at a record low of 0.25 percent. Draghi said it would be pointless to speculate now ex actly which tool the bank might use. Yet his language, promising easy monetary conditions and further decisive action if required, un derlined the banks commitment to keep the eurozone out of a deflationary spiral, in which falling prices choke off growth. Thats what hap pened for years in Ja pan, and its a trap that can be hard to get out of. He said the bank would use any means allowed. In theory, that also includes injecting new money into the economy, as the U.S. Federal Re serve has done, though such a move would run into strong opposition from Germany, the eurozones largest member. To counter the im pression that the (ECB) lacked the stomach for the ght to preserve price stability, it chose to introduce more muscular language, said Rich ard Barwell, an economist at RBS. Draghi repeated the banks reassurance that it intends to keep inter est rates at current or lower levels for an ex tended period of time to spur growth and avoid a fall in prices. rfff ntbnrf f r r Need Tax Help?Call352-787-1040Open Year Round. CURRENCIES Dollar vs. Exchang e Pvs Rate Day Yen 104.94 104.82 Euro $1.3571 $1.3601 Pound $1.6456 $1.6449 Swiss franc 0.9101 0.9098 Canadian dollar 1.0848 1.0805 Mexican peso 13.1418 13.0776 Markets & Money features@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 DOW JONES 16,444.76 -17.98 NASDAQ 4,156.19 -9.42 S&P 500 1,838.13 +0.64 GOLD 1,229.40 +3.90 SILVER 19.68 +0.144 CRUDE OIL 91.66 -0.67T-NOTE 10-year2.98 -0.01 www.dailycommercial.com SCOTT MAYEROWITZAP Airlines WriterROSWELL, N.M. Capt. Paul Wannberg glides an old Boeing 757 over the New Mexico desert, lining up with the runway. A computer ized voice squawks elevation warn ings. Forty feet. Thirty. Twenty. Ten. Touchdown. Outside the cockpit window sit nearly a hundred airplane carcasses, perfectly lined up. They are jets that nobody wants anymore. And after 26,057 takeoffs and landings this 24-year-old American Airlines plane is about to join them. Airlines used to store planes in the desert during slow travel months. Sometimes, unwanted jets would be sold to carriers in Russia or Africa. Airlines are on the largest jet-buy ing spree in the history of aviation, ordering more than 8,200 new planes with manufacturers Airbus SAS and The Boeing Co. in the past ve years. There are now a combined 24 planes rolling off assembly lines each week, up from 11 a decade ago. And that rate is expected to keep climbing. The new planes allow the airlines to save on fuel, now their biggest cost, while offering passengers more amenities some for a fee. Passen gers can plug in to work or be en tertained by a seat-back TV and y some international routes nonstop for the rst time. And the commer cial divisions of Boeing and Airbus get a steady stream of cash for years, which is a key reason investors have doubled the companies stock price in the past year. The bulk of the planes are going to new or quickly growing airlines that serve an expanding middle class in India and the rest of Asia. The Inter national Air Transport Association expects the number of passengers worldwide to grow 31 percent to 3.9 billion in the next four years. U.S. airlines are buying as well. After suffering through the Sept. 11 ter rorist attacks, bankruptcies and re cessions, theyre now strong enough nancially to buy new jets. Domestic carriers spent $11.6 billion last year on capital improvements including new planes up from $5.2 billion in 2010.European Central Bank ready to act ARNE DEDERT / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ECB president Mario Draghi speaks at a press conference of the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany on Thursday. Wall Street closes mixed while S&P 500 ticks upAirlines go on record buying spree for 8,200 new jets

PAGE 13

The Market In Review A-B-CABB Ltd.74e25.94+.10 ACE Ltd2.14e98.90-.13 ADT Corp.5039.22-.24 AES Corp.20f14.46+.16 AFLAC1.48f64.27-.36 AGCO.4056.72-.29 AK Steel...7.41-.51 AOL...45.73-.24 AVG Tech...17.34-.03 AZZ Inc.5640.34-.05 Aarons.08f28.85-.61 AbbottLab.88f39.27+.07 AbbVie1.6051.22+.86 AberFitc.8033.21+.29 AbdAsPac.425.86+.01 Accenture1.74e82.95+.80 AccoBrds...6.43-.02 Accuride...4.20-.03 Actavis...u179.94+2.83 Actuant.0436.09+.09Acuity.52u123.50+13.47AMD...4.09-.09 AdvSemi.18e4.65-.06 AdvPerHY4.14e52.04+.10 AecomTch...30.53+.55 Aegon.26e9.43-.03 AerCap...35.63-.20 Aeropostl...8.97+.34 Aetna.90fu71.72+2.58 Agilent.53fu58.41+.02 Agnico g.8826.00-.79 Agrium g3.0090.49-.08 AirLease.12f31.60+1.17 AirProd2.84109.66-.43 Alamos gn.2011.91-.28 AlaskaAir.80u77.39+1.59 Albemarle.9665.83+.96 AlcatelLuc.18e4.36-.25 Alcoa.12u10.69-.14 Alere...38.61+.12 AlexcoR g...1.32-.03 AllegTch.7235.49-.02 Allegion n...44.13+.25 Allergan.20114.67+.12 Allete1.9049.24+.30 AlliData...258.97+.98 AlliBInco.41a7.38+.08 AlliantEgy1.8851.30+.51 AlldNevG...4.03+.20 AllisonTrn.4826.88-.15 Allstate1.0053.83+.31 AlonUSA.24a16.78+.47 AlphaNRs...6.27-.25 AlpTotDiv.324.26+.01 AlpAlerMLP1.07e17.44... AltisResid.10p29.85-.15 Altria1.9237.25+.12 Ambev n...7.08-.17 Ameren1.6036.04+.10 AMovilL.34e21.77-.18 AmApparel...1.14-.26 AmAxle...20.00+.22 AmCampus1.4433.15... AEagleOut.5015.33+.30 AEP2.00f46.28+.18 AEqInvLf.18f24.75-1.10 AFnclGrp.88a57.01+.27 AHm4Rnt n.2016.71+.14 AmIntlGrp.4052.11+.30 AmTower1.16f82.10+.16 AmWtrWks1.1241.60-.10 Ameriprise2.08u115.51-.29 AmeriBrgn.94fu71.38+.24 Ametek.2452.19+.21 AmiraNatF...17.91-1.09 Amphenol.8089.42+1.09 Anadarko.7279.08+.04 AnglogldA.17e11.39-.32 ABInBev3.03e104.93... Ann Inc...36.29-1.15 Annaly1.50e10.08-.07 AnteroRs n...56.10-1.84 Anworth.50e4.38-.05 Aon plc.7083.65+1.75 Apache.8086.09-.56 AptInv.9625.72-.03 ApolloGM3.95eu35.14+.08 AquaAm s.6122.95+.06 ArcelorMit.2016.78-.47 ArchCoal.124.18+.02 ArchDan.96f42.16-.20 ArcosDor.2411.06-.09 ArmadaH n.649.95+.11 ArmcoMetl....39+.05 ArmourRsd.604.07-.05 ArmstrWld...58.69+.38 AshfordHT.488.32+.06 Ashland1.36u99.09+.08 AspenIns.7240.85+.11 Assurant1.0068.38+.80 AssuredG.4023.27+.25 AstoriaF.1613.83-.10 AstraZen2.80e59.37+.85 AthlonEn n...27.91-.59 AtlPwr g.403.36-.12 AtlasRes2.24f21.00-.56 AtwoodOcn...51.06-.25 AuRico g.163.70-.07 AvalnRare....53-.02 AvalonBay4.28120.89-.43 AveryD1.1649.88+.42 Avnet.6042.74+.32 Avon.2416.98+.01 Axiall.64f44.94-.27 AXIS Cap1.08f46.48+.27 B2gold g...2.07+.01 BB&T Cp.92u38.40+.26 BCE g2.3341.72-.28 BHP BillLt2.32e64.94-.96 BHPBil plc2.32e58.38-1.00 BP PLC2.28fu48.85+.12 BP Pru9.26e80.46-.79 BPZ Res...2.14+.12 BRF SA.39ed18.86-.20 BabckWil.40f34.23+.04 BakrHu.6051.82-.39 BallCorp.52u52.16+.12 BalticTrdg.05e6.15-.46 BcBilVArg.55e12.64-.06 BcoBrad pf.23e11.55-.19 BcoSantSA.81e9.20-.09 BcoSBrasil.26e5.84-.01 BcpSouth.2024.78+.01 BkofAm.04u16.83+.25 BkIreland...u16.58+.26 BkNYMel.6034.70+.04 BkNova g2.4859.45-.18 Bankrate...16.20-.28 BankUtd.8432.18-.23 BarcGSOil...21.60-.03 Barclay.42e18.90+.10 B iPVix rs...41.83+.06 Bard.84134.75+2.02 BarnesNob...15.67+1.04 Barnes.44u38.22+.32 BarrickG.2017.74-.22 BasicEnSv...14.63-.26 Baxter1.9670.21+.19 Beam Inc.9066.48+.43 BeazerHm...22.86-.10 BectDck2.18fu112.15+1.07 Bemis1.0440.45-.02 Berkley.4041.95+.19 BerkH B...115.32-.02 BerryPlas...23.21-.39 BestBuy.6837.53-.31 BigLots...30.95-1.09 BBarrett...26.34-.68 BioMedR1.00f18.26-.10 BitautoH...u34.41-.49 BlkHillsCp1.5253.06+.37 BlackRock6.72316.08-.78 BlkCpHY VI.97a12.13+.10 BlkDebtStr.30a4.03+.02 Blackstone1.18e31.94+.42 BlkstnMtg1.8027.30-.15 BlockHR.8030.03+.29 BdwlkPpl2.1325.01-.25 Boeing2.92fu142.13+1.31 BonanzaCE...44.13-1.07 BorgWrn s.5056.30+.02 BostProp2.60a102.74+.05 BostonSci...12.78-.01 BoydGm...11.85-.07 Brandyw.6013.81-.15 BrigStrat.4821.27+.27 BrigusG g....78-.04 Brinker.9645.46-.13 BrMySq1.44fu55.03+1.61 Brixmor n.8020.43+.10 BroadrdgF.8438.39-.05 Brookdale...26.71-.50 BrkfldAs g.80f37.25-.32 BrkfldOfPr.5618.70-.12 BrownFB1.16f74.69+.61 Brunswick.10f45.86+.03 Buckle.88f49.80-.71 Buenavent.31e11.21-.24 BungeLt1.2081.23-.10 BurgerKng.28f22.58+.06 C&J Engy...21.07-.02 CBL Asc.98f17.72-.25 CBRE GRE.54a8.02+.01 CBRE Grp...26.15-.04 CBS A.4862.54-.14 CBS B.4862.49-.25 CF Inds4.00fu239.99+6.43 CIT Grp.40u52.00-.15 CMS Eng1.0226.53+.29 CNH Indl...11.24+.29 CNO Fincl.1218.12+.03 CST Brds n.2533.32-.49 CSX.6028.66+.43 CVR Engy3.00a41.83+.23 CVR Rfg n1.20m23.34+.38 CVS Care1.10f69.92+.15 CYS Invest1.28m7.54-.08 Cabelas...67.51-.27 CblvsnNY.6017.04+.19 CabotOG s.0837.44-1.31 CACI...u77.36+3.11 Calgon...20.60-.10 Calix...8.29-.95 Calpine...19.17-.25 Cameco g.4020.08-.11 Cameron...58.45-.40 CampSp1.2542.49-.10 CampusCC.66d8.99... CdnNR gs.8653.99-.26 CdnNRs gs.80f32.35-.31 CP Rwy g1.40148.63+2.47 CapOne1.2077.85... CapitlSrce.04u14.77+.13 CapsteadM1.24e12.16-.06 CardnlHlth1.21u68.18+1.15 CareFusion...u41.25+.94 Carlisle.8877.78-1.07 CarMax...45.10-.15 Carnival1.00a39.96+.56 Caterpillar2.4089.71+.57 CedarF2.80f51.02+.80 CedarRlty.206.40+.20 CelSci rs....70+.02 Celanese.7254.03+.27 Cemex.45t12.16+.43 Cemig pf2.92ed7.30-.11 CenovusE.9727.47-.11 Centene...61.72+.28 CenterPnt.8323.10+.26 CFCda g.0113.59-.02 CntryLink2.1630.79-.45 ChambSt n.507.85+.04 Chegg n...7.80+.02 Chemtura...26.34+.34 CheniereEn...u46.27+.02 ChesEng.3525.61-.24 ChespkLdg1.0424.80-.42 Chevron4.00123.29... ChicB&I.2082.09+1.02 Chicos.30f18.45-.32 Chimera.36a3.02+.01 ChiMYWnd...2.47-.07 ChinaMble2.24e49.81-.42 ChiNBorun...2.94-.18 ChinaUni.19e14.07-.38 Chipotle...541.03+5.18 Chubb1.7691.80-.65 ChurchDwt1.1265.52+.16 CienaCorp...23.46-.66 Cigna.04u90.05+2.14 Cimarex.5696.94-3.10 CinciBell...3.49-.09 Cinemark1.0032.47-.04 Citigroup.04u55.20+.39 Citigp pfK1.72u25.54+.02 CityNC1.0079.11+1.29 CliffsNRs.6022.96-1.60 Cliffs pfA1.7521.12-.91 Clorox2.8489.13+.14 CloudPeak...16.70-.60 Coach1.3555.65-.06 CobaltIEn...16.11-.37 CocaCE.8044.23+.25 Coeur...10.62-.49 ColeREI n.7213.88+.08 ColgPalm s1.3665.02+1.48 ColonyFncl1.4020.86-.09 Comerica.6848.01+.39 CmclMtls.4820.36+.06 CmwREIT1.0022.40-.10 CmtyBkSy1.1239.29+.24 CmtyHlt...41.85-.57 CBD-Pao.51e40.87-.88 CompSci.8056.16+.39 ComstkRs.5016.79+.06 Con-Way.4040.59+1.59 ConAgra1.0033.75+.13 ConchoRes...98.71-1.90 ConocoPhil2.7669.46-.23 ConsolEngy.5036.26-.64 ConEd2.4653.58+.17 ConstellA...77.45+.84 Constellm n...23.00-.63 ContainSt n...38.10-.91 ContlRes...105.97-1.65 Cnvrgys.2421.96-.01 CooperCo.06125.83+1.76 CooperTire.4225.18-.08 CoreLogic...35.25+.37 CornstProg.935.26-.03 Corning.40u18.00+.02 CorpOffP1.1024.14-.13 CorrectnCp1.9232.93-.29 Cosan Ltd.30e12.98+.31 Coty n.2015.16+.06 CousPrp.1810.65+.03 Covance...u92.87+1.63 CovantaH.6617.67-.17 Covidien1.28fu69.31+1.06 Credicp2.60e128.23-1.65 CSVInvNG...10.03+.98 CSVLgNGs...18.28-2.46 CredSuiss.11e31.88+.08 CrwnCstle...71.77-.25 CrownHold...44.70+.71 CubeSmart.52f15.94+.10 CullenFr2.0075.70+.85 Cummins2.50138.67-.68 CurEuro...134.46+.20 Cyan n...d3.50... D-E-FdbXHvChiA...d23.20-.35 DCT Indl.287.05-.01 DDR Corp.62f15.68+.01 DNP Selct.789.42+.08 DR Horton.1521.75+.17 DSW Inc s.5041.07-.58 DTE2.6265.68+.58 DanaHldg.2019.90+.03 Danaher.10u77.48+.92 Darling...20.54-.24 DaVitaH s...u65.64+.20 DeVryEd.3437.76-.43 DeanFds rs...17.21-.04 Deere2.0488.98-.36 DejourE g....16-.01 Delek.60a33.88+1.02 DelphiAuto.68u60.62-.14 DeltaAir.24u31.06+1.26 DenburyR.2516.48-.18 DenisnM g...1.18-.04 DeutschBk.97e49.30-.08 DevonE.8860.78-.53 Diageo2.92e128.58+.36 DiaOffs.50a55.30-.44 DiamRsts n...17.60-.40 DiamRk.3411.41-.08 DianaShip...12.38-.40 DiceHldg...7.32-.06 DicksSptg.50a57.34-.88 Diebold1.1533.19+.15 DigitalRlt3.1249.70+.22 DigitalGlb...41.37+.40 Dillards.2493.20+.66 DirSPBr rs...33.72-.09 DxGldBll rs...27.86-1.45 DxFinBr rs...d20.99-.19 DxEBear rs...21.20+.20 DxEMBr rs...46.55+.80 DxSCBr rs...17.15-.01 DxEMBll s...24.23-.44 DxFnBull s...u92.38+.81 DirDGdBr s...42.47+1.95 DxSCBull s1.19e76.25+.01 DxSPBull s...62.67+.11 DirxEnBull...84.96-.75 Discover.8055.12+.36 DocuSec...2.36-.08 DolbyLab...40.86+.15 DollarGen...u61.54+1.84 DomRescs2.2566.32+1.56 Dominos.8070.28+.50 DoubIncSol1.8020.91-.01 DEmmett.80f23.60+.07 Dover1.5094.07-.13 DowChm1.2842.60-.56 DrPepSnap1.5247.97+.25 DresserR...57.29-.15 DuPont1.8063.94+.81 DukeEngy3.1267.87+.02 DukeRlty.6814.97-.06 E-CDang...9.38-.12 E-House.15eu14.55-.21 EMC Cp.4025.33-.18 EOG Res.75167.00+.22 EPL O&G...26.59+.08 EQT Corp.1286.00-2.42 ERBA Diag...3.50-.36 EagleMat.4076.93+1.13 EastChem1.40f79.30+.10 Eaton1.6875.55+.27 EatnVan.88f41.71-.07 EV TxDiver1.01u11.02... EVTxMGlo.98u10.19+.01 Ecolab1.10f105.00+.86 Ecopetrol3.21e35.41-.34 EdisonInt1.42f45.14+.07 EducRlty.448.95+.04 EdwLfSci...68.41+1.67 EldorGld g.12e5.75-.16 ElephTalk...1.53-.01 Embraer.48e31.93-.59 EmeraldO...7.05-.20 EmersonEl1.72f68.27-.28 EmpIca...7.95-.10 Emulex...7.04-.18 EnbrdgEPt2.1728.71+.12 Enbridge1.40f43.45+.30 EnCana g.28m17.25-.10 EndvrIntl...5.97+.14 EndvSilv g...3.67-.06 Energen.5867.10-1.48 Energizer2.00105.79+.54 EngyTEq2.69f82.00+3.51 EngyTsfr3.62f54.20+.09 Enerpls g1.0817.41-.14 Enersis.45e14.75-.27 ENSCO3.00f56.68+.18 Entergy3.3260.52-.33 EntPrPt2.76f64.01+.34 Entravisn.10a6.65-.25 EnvisnH n...34.24-.87 EqualEn g.205.26-.01 EqLfPrp s1.0036.61-.17 EqtyRsd1.85e53.44+.03 EsteeLdr.80f73.44+.36 EthanAl.4028.84-1.70 EverestRe3.00f148.30-.46 Evertec n.4025.30-.26 ExcoRes.204.99-.10 Exelis.4119.01+.20 Exelon1.2427.03+.16 Express...18.60-.01 ExtraSpce1.6042.49+.52 ExxonMbl2.5299.76-.98 FMC Corp.5474.36-.06 FMC Tech...51.48+.08 FNBCp PA.4812.89+.04 FTI Cnslt...41.37+.85 FactsetR1.40106.26-.72 FamilyDlr1.0464.97-1.37 FedExCp.60141.51+1.14 FedInvst1.0029.63+.34 FelCor.088.41-.05 Ferrellgs2.0022.95-.08 Ferro...13.51+.10 FibriaCelu...11.23-.07 Fibrocell rs...4.88+.53 FidlNFin.72f31.35-.36 FidNatInfo.8853.02+.02 Fifth&Pac...31.86+.48 58.com n...42.37+.62 FstAFin n.4827.30-.19 FstBcpPR...5.91+.11 FstHorizon.2012.24+.15 FstInRT.3416.89+.08 FMajSilv g...10.05-.45 FT Europe.51eu33.73+.17 FT RNG.07e19.03-.23 FirstEngy2.2031.80-.06 Fleetcor...115.87-1.93 Flotek...19.00-.08 FlowrsFd s.4521.82+.17 Flowserv s.5676.99-.19 Fluor.6478.80-.49 FEMSA1.60e94.00+1.29 FootLockr.8041.05-.06 FordM.50f15.84+.30 ForestCA...18.87+.06 ForestLab...u69.17-.13 ForestOil...3.59+.06 Fortress.248.77+.02 FBHmSec.48f45.85+.30 ForumEn...28.25+.59 FrancoN g.7241.42+.41 FrankRes s.48f57.02+.27 FMCG1.25a35.71-.49 Freescale...15.16-.23 Frontline...u4.91+.30 FullerHB.4051.78-.18 Fusion-io...8.60-.32 G-H-IGMAC33cld1.8125.35... GNC.6056.15-1.12 Gafisa SA...2.89-.10 Gain Cap.208.92-.03 Gallaghr1.4047.98+.78 GameStop1.1044.97-.38 Gannett.8029.52-.52 Gap.8039.42+.22 GastarExp...6.30-.06 GencoShip...2.58-.17 GenCorp...17.94+.17 Generac5.00e54.79-.20 GnCable.7227.97-.07 GenDynam2.24u95.23+.51 GenGrPrp.56f20.12-.06 GenMotors...40.49+.07 Genpact...18.00-.04 GenuPrt2.1582.83-.08 Genworth...u16.71+.37 GeoGrp2.20f32.20-.30 Gerdau.10e7.49-.02 GiantInter.65e10.85-.10 GigOptics...1.65-.11 GlaxoSKln2.41e52.84+.11 GlimchRt.409.12-.03 GlobPay.08u67.04+2.63 GlobusMed...20.01+.21 GolLinhas...4.55-.10 GoldFLtd.09r3.00-.09 Goldcrp g.6022.41+.28 GoldenMin....68-.02 GoldStr g....47-.05 GoldmanS2.20f177.40-1.04 GoodrPet...16.62-.64 GovPrpIT1.7224.19-.31 GrafTech...11.27-.03 GramrcyP...5.80-.04 GranTrra g...7.01-.17 GraphPkg...9.27+.04 GrayTelev...13.27-.59 GtPanSilv g....70... GtPlainEn.92f24.49+.33 GreenDot...24.42+.17 GreenbCos...u34.51+1.26 Greenhill1.8055.87-1.29 GpFnSnMx.96ed12.97-.19 GpTelevisa.14e30.44+.18 Guess.8029.37-.55 GugSPEW.91e70.93+.08 GugWater.42e27.16-.07 GugSolar1.45e39.63-.34 HCA Hldg...u50.90+.35 HCC Ins.9044.60-.30 HCP Inc2.1037.41+.05 HDFC Bk.31e33.59-.57 HSBC2.40e55.34-.25 HalconRes...d3.32-.07 Hallibrtn.60f49.61+.11 Hanesbrds.8069.87+1.70 HarleyD.84u69.19-.66 Harman1.20u85.87+2.46 HarmonyG.05e2.52-.09 HartfdFn.6035.78+.27 HatterasF2.60e17.44-.14 HawaiiEl1.2426.01+.28 Headwatrs...10.21+.31 HltCrREIT3.0654.02+.12 HltMgmt...13.40-.05 HlthcreTr.5710.18+.11 HealthNet...31.06+.25 HlthSouth.7233.51+.17 HeclaM.02e3.06-.12 HelixEn...22.53+.32 HelmPayne2.50f84.92+.47 Hemisphrx....28-.01 Herbalife1.2081.50+.18 Hersha.245.49... Hershey1.9497.64-.10 Hertz...27.66-.03 Hess1.0081.34-.35 HewlettP.5827.61+.16 Hexcel...u44.89+.51 hhgregg...10.76-.52 HighwdPrp1.7035.82-.40 Hillshire.7033.09+.05 Hilton n...21.87-.16 HollyFront1.20a50.21+1.35 HonwllIntl1.80f90.47+.03 Hornbeck...44.65-1.73 Hospira...41.95+.66 HospPT1.9226.43-.29 HostHotls.52f19.30+.06 HovnanE...6.20... HubbelB1.80u116.03+6.59 Humana1.0898.99-.41 Huntsmn.5023.92+.01 IAMGld g...3.44-.03 ICICI Bk.75e36.11+.02 ING...u14.38-.01 INGPrRTr.385.91+.01 ING US n.0436.30-.73 ION Geoph...3.08-.04 iShGold...11.92+.03 iShGSCI...30.85-.15 iSAstla1.14e24.11-.04 iShBrazil1.57e41.98-.53 iShCanada.69e28.54-.08 iShEMU.94e40.73-.01 iSFrance.69e27.68-.08 iShGerm.44e30.75-.07 iSh HK.61e20.28-.12 iShItaly.34e15.76+.15 iShJapan.13e12.00-.04 iSh SKor.90e60.52-.21 iSMalasia.48e15.38+.06 iShMexico1.33e65.47+.29 iShNeth.39e25.66+.03 iShSing.50e12.86... iSPacxJpn1.91e46.08-.07 iShSpain1.10eu39.40+.03 iSTaiwn.26e13.86-.07 iSh UK.50e20.59-.03 iSEMMnVol1.46e55.88-.22 iShTurkey1.12e46.04-.37 iShSilver...18.84+.01 iShSelDiv2.19e70.46+.15 iShTIPS1.04e110.95+.42 iShChinaLC1.02e35.78-.67 iSCorSP5003.35e184.75+.09 iShCorTBd2.52e106.56+.15 iShEMkts.87e39.57-.21 iShiBoxIG4.30e114.51+.26 iShEMBd5.31e108.33+.08 iSSP500Gr1.68e98.22-.07 iSGblInfra1.35e38.26-.10 iShLatAm1.38e34.91-.37 iSh20 yrT3.32e103.18+.60 iSh7-10yTB2.05e99.78+.26 iShIntSelDv1.70e37.40+.03 iSh1-3yTB.22e84.34+.02 iS Eafe1.70e66.20-.05 iSCorSPMid1.45eu133.68+.21 iShiBxHYB6.13e93.29+.14 iShMtgRE1.97e11.73-.06 iSR1KVal1.82e93.92+.05 iSR1KGr1.11e85.35-.01 iSRus1K1.73e102.76+.08 iSR2KVal1.76e98.21-.21 iSh1-3CrBd1.61e105.32+.02 iSR2KGr.97eu135.94+.19 iShFltRtB.21e50.72... iShR2K1.41e114.89+.03 iShChina1.14e45.52-.63 iShUSPfd2.36e37.61+.13 iSUSAMinV.79e35.30+.05 iShRussia.59e20.54-.11 iShTelecm.78e29.19-.47 iShREst2.37e63.70-.03 iShHmCnst.05e24.41-.04 iShCrSPSm1.08e107.93-.12 iShEurope1.11e46.77+.04 iStar...u14.65+.04 ITT Corp.40u43.90+.41 ITT Ed...37.51-.63 Idacorp1.7252.27+.58 ITW1.6882.08+.02 Imax Corp...28.38-.18 ImmunoCll....92-.01 Infoblox...35.44-.10 Infosys.82e56.15+.39 IngerRd.84u62.05+.20 IngrmM...u24.20+.11 Ingredion1.68f66.35+.46 InlandRE.5710.44+.03 InovioPhm...2.46-.02 IntegrysE2.7253.25+.11 Intellichk....45-.05 IntcntlExG...227.53+.52 IntFlav1.5685.07+.20 IntlGame.44f17.55-.22 IntPap1.40f49.20+.19 InterOil g...49.75+3.59 Interpublic.3017.40-.12 IntPotash...15.47-.27 Intrexon n...26.99+1.30 InvenSense...20.31+.10 Invesco.9036.04-.49 InvMtgCap2.30e15.11-.10 InvSrInco.425.10-.02 IronMtn1.0828.00-.21 iShCorEM.89e47.51-.20 IsoRay....57+.01 ItauUnibH.38r12.92-.20 J-K-LJPMorgCh1.5258.76-.11 JPMAlerian2.3145.37+.03 Jabil.3217.10+.04 JacobsEng...63.25+.16 JanusCap.2812.11+.07 Jarden s...59.43-.84 JinkoSolar...34.78-2.07 JohnJn2.6494.73+.57 JohnsnCtl.88f51.26+.07 JonesGrp.2014.85-.04 JournalCm...9.30+.07 JoyGlbl.7055.17+.01 JnprNtwk...22.83-.09 JustEngy g.847.64-.22 KAR Auct1.00f29.18-.13 KB Home.1017.88+.03 KBR Inc.3232.14+.05 KCG Hld n...11.99+.05 KKR1.62eu25.83+.05 KKR Fn.88fu13.00+.03 KT Corp...14.70+.36 KC Southn.86116.60-.49 KapStone s...27.65+.46 Kellogg1.8460.28+.10 Kennamtl.7251.43+.65 KeyEngy...7.28+.13 Keycorp.22u13.76+.13 KimbClk3.24103.73+.45 Kimco.90f20.27+.12 KindME5.40f80.25+.20 KindMorg1.64f35.91-.09 KindMM5.40t75.34+.12 Kinross g...4.44-.11 KiteRlty.246.35+.01 KnightTr.24u19.16+.50 KodiakO g...10.52-.29 Kohls1.4055.56+.38 Koppers1.0044.58+.56 KoreaElc...u17.01+.51 KosmosEn...11.21+.06 KrispKrm...19.25-.26 Kroger.66f39.36+.41 KronosWw.6017.84-.40 L Brands1.2057.75-2.44 L-3 Com2.20106.29+.83 LDK Solar...1.31-.05 LaZBoy.24f30.09-.91 LabCp...92.57+.86 Laclede1.76f44.43-.17 LaredoPet...24.11-1.23 LVSands1.40u80.61-.57 LaSalleH1.1230.99-.20 Latam Air.02e15.45+.11 LeapFrog...7.67-.18 LearCorp.6882.01+.65 Lee Ent...4.21-.09 LeggMason.52u43.94+.20 LeggPlat1.2030.27-.10 LeidosHld1.2847.80+.21 LennarA.1638.42-.19 LeucNatl.25b27.91+.11 Level3...u33.73-.70 LexRltyTr.66fd10.03-.09 Lexmark1.2035.70+.14 LiberMed...u4.67+.02 LbtyASE.35e5.90-.03 LibtProp1.9034.39+.02 LifeTFit...44.85-.23 LifeLock...16.64-.35 LightBox n...9.28-.35 LillyEli1.9651.68+.57 LincNat.64fu52.36+.40 LinkedIn...215.25+6.19 LionsGt g.2030.02-.38 LiveNatn...20.65-.16 LloydBkg...u5.69+.08 LockhdM5.32fu148.73+.23 Loews.2546.81+.05 Lorillard s2.2049.16+.05 LaPac...18.05+.02 LumberLiq...102.08-1.84 LyonBas A2.40fu80.48+.75 M-N-0M&T Bk2.80116.52+.72 MBIA...11.64+.17 MDC...31.35-.69 MDU Res.71f30.47+.33 MFA Fncl.80m7.15-.01 MGIC Inv...u8.80+.12 MGM Rsts...u24.98+.25 MRC Glbl...31.34... MSC Ind1.3284.63+.12 Macerich2.48f58.82-.20 MackCali1.2020.87-.10 Macys1.00u55.80+3.96 MadCatz g....50-.01 MagellMid2.23f60.52-.21 MagnaInt g1.2881.57-.05 MagHRes...7.66+.38 Mallinck n...56.14+1.76 Manitowoc.0823.96-.03 ManpwrGp.9286.02-.08 Manulife g.52u20.25+.49 MarathnO.7634.50+.10 MarathPet1.6891.04+2.36 MVJrGld rs...31.09-.62 MktVGold.19e21.27-.34 MV OilSvc.54e46.63-.09 MV Semi.66e41.81-.37 MktVRus.74e27.17-.14 MarshM1.00u48.55+.40 MStewrt...4.45-.16 MartMM1.60105.01+1.58 Masco.3023.12+.09 MastThera....55-.04 Mastec...33.85+.91 MasterCrd4.40fu843.60+6.76 MatadorRs...19.39+.45 Maximus s.1844.36+1.38 McCorm1.48f68.88+.74 McDrmInt...8.99-.05 McDnlds3.24f95.46+.05 McGrwH1.1278.15+.21 McKesson.96u175.33+5.52 McEwenM...2.07-.01 MeadJohn1.3684.23-.03 MdbkIns.086.63-.10 MeadWvco1.0035.62-.62 Mechel...2.28-.01 Mechel pf....45-.01 MedProp.84f12.62+.12 Medtrnic1.1259.36-1.48 MeetMe...2.08... MensW.7250.45-.15 Merck1.76f49.52-.27 Meritor...10.56+.09 MerL pfD1.7525.23+.03 MerL pfE1.7825.21... MerL pfF1.8225.24+.01 Methode.2835.03-.70 MetLife1.10u54.55+.36 MetLf equn2.5031.84+.22 MKors...78.59+.68 MidstsPet...6.49+.12 MillenMda...7.25-.11 MillerEnR...6.82-.10 MindrayM.50e36.88+.14 Mistras...u24.23+1.79 MitsuUFJ...6.47-.10 MobileTele.94e20.17-.60 Mohawk...146.03-1.07 MolinaHlth...37.68+.26 MolsCoorB1.2855.30+.08 Molycorp...5.29-.22 Monsanto1.72111.89-3.34 MonstrWw...7.01+.07 Moodys1.12f76.56+.28 MorgStan.2031.55-.01 MorgSt pfF...u25.53+.13 Mosaic1.0046.13-.81 MotrlaSolu1.2466.50+.51 MuellerWat.079.04-.15 MurphO1.25b63.39+.50 MurpUSA n...43.15+.61 NCI BldSy...u18.67+.76 NCR Corp...35.08+.06 NQ Mobile...13.93-.09 NRG Egy.4828.07-.38 Nabors.1616.64-.05 NamTai.087.23-.12 NBGrce rs...5.87+.10 NatFuGas1.5070.79-.27 NOilVarco1.0477.77-.40 NatRetPrp1.6230.79-.16 Nationstar...34.25+.40 NavideaBio...1.92-.02 Navios.249.69-.35 Navistar...37.77+.37 Neuralstem...u3.74+.25 NeuStar...48.27+.14 Nevsun g.143.44... NwGold g...5.08-.19 NewOriEd.35eu32.54+.13 NewResd n.70a6.43-.09 NY CmtyB1.00u17.19+.14 Newcastle.405.72+.05 NewellRub.6031.92-.09 NewfldExp...24.77+.52 NewmtM.80m23.20-.20 NewpkRes...11.85-.02 NiSource1.0033.09+.19 NielsenH.8044.31-.56 NikeB.96f77.09... NimbleSt n...38.53-2.51 NobleCorp1.0036.51+.28 NobleEn s.5665.35-.36 NokiaCp...8.05-.06 NordicAm.649.58-.71 Nordion g...u9.29+.82 Nordstrm1.2061.49+1.00 NorflkSo2.0891.31+1.40 NA Pall g....62-.10 NoestUt1.4741.92+.18 NthnO&G...14.15-.29 NorthropG2.44u115.63+.44 NStarRlt.84f14.09-.05 NovaGld g...2.61... Novartis2.53eu80.81+1.10 NovoNord s.64e38.29+.42 NuSkin1.20137.92+.07 Nucor1.48f52.74-.33 NustarEn4.3849.73+.03 NuvMuVal.44a9.19+.01 Nuverra rs...15.45-1.03 OGE Egy s.90f33.67+.25 OasisPet...42.48-.75 OcciPet2.5694.84+.05 Oceaneerg.8876.54-.15 Och-Ziff1.42eu15.65-.01 OcwenFn...55.28+.03 OfficeDpt...4.78-.17 Oi SA.45e1.71+.03 OilStates...101.09+1.23 OldRepub.7216.99-.03 Olin.8028.27+.21 OmegaHlt1.92f30.55+.12 Omncre.80fu62.44+.55 Omnicom1.6072.24+.73 ONEOK1.52u63.39+.33 OpkoHlth...8.43-.05 Oracle.4837.65-.07 Orange.66e12.46+.02 OrbitalSci...u24.80+1.00 Orbitz...6.99+.01 Organovo...11.10+.05 OshkoshCp...50.97+.72 OwensMin.9637.36+.31 OwensCorn...41.92+.91 OwensIll...35.19-.13 P-Q-RPBF Engy1.2029.03+.29 PG&E Cp1.8240.07+.27 PHH Corp...24.84+.53 PMC CT.508.89+.02 PNC pfP1.6525.42+.06 PNC1.76u79.19+.47 PPG2.44u190.13+.66 PPL Corp1.4729.70+.05 PPL pfW...52.21-.22 PVH Corp.15133.02+.72 PackAmer1.6063.41+.11 PallCorp1.10f84.01-.04 PaloAltNet...60.64+.59 Pandora...32.78+.08 ParaG&S...d.79-.03 ParkDrl...7.86-.16 ParkerHan1.80126.93-.75 Parkwy.75f17.75-.35 PeabdyE.3417.47-.47 Pengrth g.486.05-.12 PennVa...10.61-.37 PennWst g.568.34-.36 Penney...7.64+.27 PennyMac2.36f22.86-.28 Pentair1.0077.31+.05 PepcoHold1.0818.91+.13 PerkElm.28u43.43+.73 Perrigo.36u158.95+.92 PetChina4.75e102.94-1.05 PetrbrsA.77ed13.34-.15 Petrobras.27e12.52-.16 Pfizer1.04f30.93-.02 Pharmerica...20.39+.15 PhilipMor3.76fd83.31+.04 PhilipsNV.98e37.13+.02 Phillips661.56fu78.13+1.26 PhxNMda...10.88+.04 PiedmOfc.8016.36-.11 Pier 1.24f20.44-2.88 PimcoHiI1.4611.90+.04 PinnclEnt...24.70-.43 PinWst2.2752.52+.42 PionEnSvc...8.13+.40 PioNtrl.08171.52-3.85 PitnyBw.7523.36-.33 PlainsAAP2.46f50.95+.26 PlainsGP n.6426.72+.61 PlumCrk1.7644.13+.08 PolyOne.32f34.23-.48 PortGE1.1029.73+.39 PostHldg...50.40+.48 PostPrp1.3245.30+.50 Potash1.4033.11-.38 PwshDB...d24.70-.20 PS USDBull...21.76-.02 PSFinPf1.12e17.30+.08 PSBuybk.27e42.88+.07 PS SrLoan1.09e24.98+.03 PS SP LwV.86e32.90+.14 PwShPfd.91e13.80+.08 PShEMSov1.27e27.12-.02 PSIndia.08e17.07+.07 Praxair2.40u131.00+.07 PrecMxNik.27e17.96-.16 PrecCastpt.12u272.08+2.25 PrecDrill.24f9.03-.15 Pretium g...5.09+.07 PrinFncl1.0449.79+.66 ProLogis1.1237.20-.48 ProShtQQQ...18.43+.06 ProShtS&P...25.36-.01 ProUltQQQ.22e97.44-.70 PrUShQQQ...15.31+.11 ProUltSP.25e101.35+.16 ProShtEM...27.71+.12 ProShtR2K...16.93-.01 ProSht20Tr...32.48-.15 PUltSP500 s.07e94.56+.07 PrVixSTF rs...28.03+.05 PrUVxST rs...16.15+.07 PrShtVxST...137.18-.36 PrUltCrude...28.32-.11 PrUShCrde...35.73+.11 ProUltSilv...15.90... ProUShEuro...17.43-.07 ProctGam2.4180.42+.18 ProgsvCp1.00e25.90+.18 ProUShSP...29.99-.01 PrUShDow...27.82+.05 ProUShL20...77.23-.75 ProUSR2K...12.11-.01 PUSSP500...15.33-.01 PUPSR2K...10.84-.03 Prudentl2.12f91.23+.30 PSEG1.4431.72+.24 PubStrg5.60f153.05+2.92 PulteGrp.2019.79+.01 QEP Res.0829.35-.37 Qihoo360...81.17-7.83 QuantaSvc...u31.79+.47 QntmDSS...1.22... QstDiag1.2053.73+.54 Questar.7222.37-.10 QksilvRes...2.99-.16 Quiksilvr...8.36-.15 RAIT Fin.64f8.73-.05 RLJ LodgT.82a24.75-.08 RPM.9642.28-.14 RTI IntlM...32.68+.28 Rackspace...36.16-1.22 RadianGrp.0115.08+.32 RadioShk...2.27-.04 RallySft n...20.80-.08 RLauren1.80f172.88+.56 RangeRs.1681.23-1.29 RareEle g...1.47-.13 RJamesFn.64fu53.40+.36 Rayonier1.9641.97-.42 Raytheon2.2090.00+1.04 Realogy...48.34+.25 RltyInco2.1937.78+.10 RedHat...57.29+.30 RedwdTr1.1218.92-.06 RegalEnt.8419.13+.05 RegncyEn1.88f25.60-.15 RegionsFn.1210.45+.20 RenaisRe1.1291.89+.50 ReneSola...4.08-.09 Renren...3.26-.10 RepubSvc1.0432.36-.11 ResMed1.0047.82+.03 ResoluteEn...8.42-.21 ResrceCap.805.90-.02 RestorHdw...64.30-1.61 RetailProp.6612.49-.01 RexAmRes...41.30-.19 RexahnPh...u.70+.08 ReynAmer2.5248.51+.01 RioTinto1.78e51.34-1.09 RitchieBr.52u23.44+.38 RiteAid...5.68+.03 RobtHalf.6440.93-.17 RockTen1.40f101.60-.21 RockwlAut2.32f116.43-.04 RockColl1.20u76.19+.18 Roper.80fu139.54+1.23 RouseProp.5220.10-.15 Rowan...33.81-.22 RBScotlnd...11.96+.17 RBSct prM1.6022.48+.45 RylCarb1.00u47.64+1.08 RoyDShllB3.6074.65+.40 RoyDShllA3.6070.65+.24 Rubicon g....84-.03 RubyTues...6.14+.17 RuckusW...14.89-.35 Ryder1.3672.16-.42 Ryland.1242.51-.53 S-T-USAP AG...84.62-.83 SCANA2.0346.02+.35 SK Tlcm...23.36-.18 SLGreen2.00f92.49-.56 SM Energy.1081.38-.20 SpdrDJIA3.53e164.19-.16 SpdrGold...118.46+.34 SpdrEuro501.13e41.30-.06 SP Mid2.10eu243.64+.24 S&P500ETF3.35e183.64+.12 SpdrBiot.22eu145.63+10.18 Spdr Div2.87e72.06+.08 SpdrHome.10e32.43-.38 SpdrS&PBk.43eu33.58+.24 SpdrShTHiY1.60e30.90+.01 SpdrLehHY2.98e40.69+.05 SpdrNuBST.23e24.28+.01 SpdrS&P RB.56e40.44+.30 SpdrRetl.53e85.81-.68 SpdrOGEx.58e66.18-.27 SpdrMetM.54e40.63-.69 STMicro.407.40-.15 SABESP s.39e10.40-.09 SafeBulk.24f10.21-.43 Safeway.8032.08-.24 StJude1.00u65.34-.06 Salesforc s...56.29-.65 SallyBty...29.28-.84 SanchezEn...25.25+1.30 SandRdge...6.02+.24 SandRdgP2.35e12.78+.33 Sanofi1.86e50.82-.26 Schlmbrg1.2586.48-.50 SchwUSMkt.74e44.80+.03 SchwUSLgC.74e43.88... SchwEMkt.63e23.44-.14 SchwIntEq.70e30.97-.05 Schwab.2425.85+.01 SciApplic n1.1235.64+.60 ScorpioB n...u9.86-.10 ScorpioTk.28f11.63-.18 Scotts1.75u62.71+.32 ScrippsNet.6082.43... SeadrillLtd3.80f39.71-.06 SealAir.5233.75-.30 SeaWorld n.8027.97+.18 SelMedHld.4011.40+.14 SemGroup.84f63.11-.26 SempraEn2.5290.33+.59 SenHous1.56d21.55-.06 SensataT...38.10+.02 Sensient.9249.09+1.34 ServiceCp.2817.79-.12 ServcNow...57.66-.23 SesaSterlte.17e12.62+.44 Sherwin2.00188.87-.81 ShipFin1.5616.01-.15 SibanyeG n.15p4.69-.04 SiderurNac.38e5.79-.17 Siemens4.07e133.79-.18 SignetJwlrs.6073.63-6.04 SilvWhtn g.45e20.37-.68 SilvrcpM g.102.42-.05 SimonProp4.80f154.20-.15 SixFlags s1.88f37.21+.32 SmithAO s.4852.48+.33 Smucker2.3297.98-.19 SocQ&M1.04e25.37-.38 SolarWinds...39.20-.13 SonicAut.1022.87-.18 SonocoP1.2442.31-.34 SonyCp.25e18.08-.17 SouFun1.00e88.95-2.74 SouthnCo2.0340.62+.22 SthnCopper.68e27.27-.52 SwstAirl.16u20.76+.58 SwstnEngy...38.01-.71 Spansion...13.75... SpectraEn1.34f34.76-.14 SpiritAero...33.56-.28 SpiritRC n.6610.00+.11 Springlf n...u26.30-.87 Sprint n...9.42-.56 SprottGold...10.18+.01 SP Matls.96e45.50-.18 SP HlthC.83eu56.52+.42 SP CnSt1.02e42.34+.22 SP Consum.77e66.14-.01 SP Engy1.52e86.83-.27 SPDR Fncl.32eu22.07+.08 SP Inds.87e51.85+.25 SP Tech.61e35.25-.23 SP Util1.46e37.68+.22 StdPac...8.77-.07 StanBlkDk2.0080.30+.22 StarwdHtl1.35f78.58-.02 StarwdPT1.8428.03-.15 StateStr1.0475.35+.30 Statoil ASA1.16e23.83-.06 Steelcse.4015.30-.14 Steris.84u49.34+.62 StillwtrM...12.54-.20 StoneEngy...31.74-.41 StratHotels...9.39-.05 Stryker1.22fu76.99-.03 SumitMitsu...10.24-.11 SummitHtl.459.02+.08 Suncor gs.8034.36-.34 SunEdison...u14.48-.37 SunstnHtl.2013.31-.04 SupEnrgy.3224.44-.23 Supvalu...6.84-.19 SwERCmTR...d7.90-.04 SwftEng...13.45-.25 SwiftTrans...21.00+.39 SymetraF.3619.01+.16 SynergyRs...9.12+.02 Synovus.043.56... Sysco1.16f35.93-.06 T-MoblUS n...33.03-.28 TAL Educ...u22.53-.96 TAL Intl2.80f46.96-2.30 TCF Fncl.20u17.03+.29 TCW Strat.395.34+.02 TD Ameritr.48fu31.09+.26 TE Connect1.0055.53+.39 TIM Part.74e27.68-.10 TJX.5863.32-.18 TRWAuto...73.18-.26 TaiwSemi.50e16.76-.33 TalismE g.2711.31-.28 TangerFac.9032.27-.23 TargaRsLP2.93f50.50-.34 Target1.7263.34+.65 Taseko...2.07-.05 TataMotors.18e29.96-.14 Taubmn2.0064.42-.46 TaylrMH n...21.15-.34 TeamHlth...46.55-.61 TeckRes g.9023.69-.67 Teekay1.27u48.12+.37 TeekayTnk.12eu3.85-.16 Teledyne...92.00+1.50 TelefBrasil2.44e19.26-.06 TelefEsp.47e16.28+.08 TelData.5127.18-.25 TmpGlb.42a7.99-.01 TempurSly...51.31-.77 Tenaris.86e42.75+1.36 TenetHlth...45.84+.48 Tenneco...55.83+.02 Teradata...45.39-.48 Teradyn...17.98+.02 Terex.2041.15+.21 Tesoro1.0058.00+1.23 TetraTech...11.31-.63 TevaPhrm1.28e41.57+.52 Textron.0835.82+.04 Textura n...26.63+.83 TherapMD...5.13-.12 ThermoFis.60u114.00-.04 ThomCrk g...2.18-.08 ThomsonR1.3037.09+.03 3D Sys s...96.04-.14 3M Co3.42f136.45-.18 Tidwtr1.0058.91-.91 Tiffany1.3692.01+.31 TW Cable2.60133.17+.62 TimeWarn1.1566.29-.47 Timken.9254.29-.60 Titan Intl.0217.19-.45 TollBros...36.02-.03 Torchmark.6878.69+.16 TorDBk g3.44f90.38-.41 Total SA3.23e58.91-.04 TotalSys.4032.74-.25 TowersWat.56fu129.14-.47 Transocn2.2448.50... TravelCtrs...8.90-.30 Travelers2.0087.68+.10 TriangPet...8.24+.01 TrinaSolar...15.80-1.02 Trinity.6054.91+.33 TriumphGp.1678.23+1.32 Tronox1.0023.23-.28 Trulia...37.66-1.25 Tsakos.20u6.52+.22 TumiHldgs...21.39-.53 Tuppwre2.4890.00-.49 Turkcell...12.80-.07 TurqHillRs...3.24-.15 Twitter n...57.05-2.24 TwoHrbInv1.17e9.58-.01 TycoIntl.6440.99-.17 Tyson.30fu34.60+.68 UBS AG.16e20.08+.08 UDR.9423.46+.13 UGI Corp1.1340.99+.20 UNS Engy1.7459.42+.03 URS.8452.35+.50 US Silica.5031.45-.89 USG...30.08+.10 UltraPt g...20.37-.66 UnderArmr...u87.89+.99 UnilevNV1.40e38.66-.35 Unilever1.40e39.50-.33 UnionPac3.16169.27+2.34 Unisys...33.74+.19 UtdContl...u43.80+2.78 UtdMicro.07e2.10-.05 UPS B2.48102.12+.12 UtdRentals...u78.26-.52 US Bancrp.92u41.34+.25 US NGas...19.69-.80 US OilFd...33.08-.08 USSteel.2028.30-1.30 UtdTech2.36fu113.71+.06 UtdhlthGp1.1276.08+.46 UnivHlthS.20au84.44+1.40 UnumGrp.5835.07+.33 Ur-Energy...1.30-.04 UraniumEn...1.81-.05 V-W-X-Y-ZVF Corp s1.05f62.29+.62 VaalcoE...6.34+.21 Valassis1.2434.05-.13 Vale SA.78e13.55-.40 Vale SA pf.78e12.47-.40 ValeantPh...132.17+3.87 ValeroE.90u52.90+1.04 Validus1.20a37.77-.10 VlyNBcp.44m10.10+.02 Valspar1.04f72.28+1.02 VangSTBd1.18e79.88+.01 VangTotBd2.23e80.19+.15 VanHiDvY1.74e61.70-.03 VangGrth1.10e92.30-.14 VangTSM1.79e95.57+.08 VanSP500 rs3.13e168.27+.10 VangREIT2.75e65.23... VangDivAp1.39e74.72+.07 VangAllW1.36e49.70-.08 VangEmg1.15e39.11-.25 VangEur1.64e58.02+.05 VangFTSE1.09e41.09-.05 VangInfT.94e88.65-.42 VantageDrl...1.90+.02 Vantiv...32.08-.05 VarianMed...u81.29+1.25 VectorGp1.6016.37+.21 VeevaSys n...32.63-1.54 Ventas2.90f58.04+.15 VeriFone...26.25+.17 VerizonCm2.1247.50-1.00 VersoPap...3.85+.10 ViolinM n...3.90+.05 Vipshop...88.42-4.15 Visa1.60fu221.91-.31 VishayInt...13.49+.17 Visteon...81.89-.16 VitaminSh...49.05-1.17 VMware...92.84-.61 Vonage...3.31+.01 Vornado2.9290.45+.56 Voxeljet n...44.03-.57 VulcanM.0459.82+.47 W&T Off.40f14.53-.13 WGL Hold1.6838.84-.07 WPX Engy...19.09-.12 WaddellR1.36f66.61-.07 Walgrn1.26u61.14+1.78 WalterEn.0413.94-.64 WREIT1.2022.86-.07 WsteMInc1.4643.73-.26 WeathfIntl...14.27-.11 WebsterFn.6030.80+.22 WtWatch...32.55+.17 WeinRlt1.2228.18+.19 WellPoint1.5093.00+.78 WellsFargo1.20u46.16+.24 WestPhm s.40u49.57-.36 WestarEn1.3632.96+.29 WstnRefin.88f41.29+.35 WstnUnion.5017.06-.36 Weyerhsr.8831.00+.18 Whrlpl2.50u159.01+1.41 WhiteWave...u23.88-.33 WhitingPet...58.27-.82 WidePoint...1.61+.08 WmsCos1.52fu39.25+.09 WmsPtrs3.51f48.96-.83 WmsSon1.2458.08-1.58 WillisGp1.1244.30+.31 Winnbgo...26.16+.38 Wipro.13r12.44+.01 WiscEngy1.5340.75+.06 WTJpHedg1.24e49.98-.24 WT EmEq2.10e48.30-.38 WT India.13e16.77-.01 Workday...u88.84-.16 WldW Ent.4816.67+.45 WuXi...36.93-.46 Wyndham1.1672.26-.25 XL Grp.5630.40+.01 XcelEngy1.1227.82+.11 XinyuanRE.204.90-.15 Xylem.4734.63+.14 YPF Soc.15e32.40+1.99 Yamana g.268.84-.28 YanzhouC.58e7.69-.39 Yelp...u78.42... YingliGrn...6.85-.39 YoukuTud...33.00-.55 YumBrnds1.4875.05-1.48 ZaleCp...14.15-2.36 Zimmer.80u96.47-.96 Zoetis n.29f31.96+.22 Stocks in bold changed 5% or more in price from the previous day. Stock Footnotes:g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the n ame.Dividend Footnotes:a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent d ividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes:q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.NameDivLastChg New York Stock Exchange Stockpiles growing?U.S. wholesale businesses increased their stockpiles in October by the most in two years as their sales rose sharply. Rising stockpiles are consistent with economic growth because it means factories are producing more goods. Robust restocking drove roughly half of the 3.6 percent annualized economic growth in the July-September quarter. Did the trend continue in November? Find out today when the Commerce Department reports its latest data on wholesale inventories.Eye on unemploymentEconomists anticipate that the unemployment rate held steady in December. Employers have added an average of more than 200,000 jobs a month in the AugustNovember period, a big improvement from previous months. Those gains helped cut the national unemployment rate in November to 7 percent, a five-year low. The latest U.S. unemployment rate figure is due out today.Jobs monitorThe government reports its latest payroll figures today. The U.S. economy added 203,000 jobs in November, up from 200,000 the previous month. A report Wednesday from payroll processor ADP showed U.S. businesses added the most jobs in a year in December, powered by a big gain in construction work. Economists expect the government to report that employers created 196,000 jobs last month.Source: FactSetUnemployment Rateseasonally adjusted 6.5 7.0 7.5% DNOSAJ 7.3 7.3 est. 7.0 7.4 7.0 7.2Source: FactSetNonfarm payrollsseasonally adjusted, in thousands 50 100 150 200 250 DNOSAJ 200 est. 196 203 175 238 89 Today 1,600 1,650 1,700 1,750 1,800 1,850 JJ ASOND 1,800 1,840 1,880 S&P 500Close: 1,838.13 Change: 0.64 (flat) 10 DAYS 14,500 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 JJ ASOND 16,360 16,480 16,600 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 16,444.76 Change: -17.98 (-0.1%) 10 DAYS Advanced1623 Declined1451 New Highs212 New Lows21 Vol. (in mil.)3,508 Pvs. Volume3,546 2,165 2,280 1244 1325 212 17NYSE NASDDOW16525.3516378.6116444.76-17.98-0.11%-0.80% DOW Trans.7397.727320.607379.62+69.49+0.95%-0.28% DOW Util.487.81483.74487.38+3.21+0.66%-0.65% NYSE Comp.10344.3010277.3710325.74+4.82+0.05%-0.72% NASDAQ4182.744142.704156.19-9.42-0.23%-0.49% S&P 5001843.231830.381838.13+0.64+0.03%-0.55% S&P 4001344.351332.811340.02+1.51+0.11%-0.19% Wilshire 500019676.2819532.0219613.62+5.30+0.03%-0.47% Russell 20001163.861152.161158.35+0.91+0.08%-0.45%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. YTD StocksRecap AT&T Inc T32.76239.00 33.54-.70 -2.0ttt-4.6+4.9251.84f Advance Auto Parts AAP71.480114.33 113.55+1.25 +1.1sss+2.6+55.9200.24 Amer Express AXP58.70091.08 88.88-.53 -0.6tst-2.0+50.0210.92 AutoNation Inc AN40.30754.49 49.00-.17 -0.3ttt-1.4+16.717... Brown & Brown BRO26.14735.13 31.69+.15 +0.5sss+1.0+20.1220.40f CocaCola Co KO36.52543.43 39.73-.21 -0.5tst-3.8+10.9211.12 Comcast Corp A CMCSA37.21053.45 52.88+.13 +0.2sss+1.8+40.3220.78 Darden Rest DRI44.11755.25 51.34-.27 -0.5ttt-5.6+18.6192.20 Disney DIS50.18076.84 74.90-.32 -0.4tst-2.0+49.9220.86f Gen Electric GE20.68928.09 27.22+.01 ...tst-2.9+34.0200.88f General Mills GIS40.44753.07 49.00+.43 +0.9stt-1.8+21.3181.52 Harris Corp HRS41.08070.73 68.37+.46 +0.7tst-2.1+42.1231.68 Home Depot HD62.38082.57 81.57-.36 -0.4tst-0.9+32.1221.56 IBM IBM172.574215.90 187.38-.59 -0.3sst-0.1-0.6133.80 Lowes Cos LOW34.43952.08 48.75+.20 +0.4tst-1.6+41.5230.72 NY Times NYT8.07916.14 15.12-.08 -0.5tst-4.7+77.0490.16 NextEra Energy NEE70.38989.75 86.02+.73 +0.9sss+0.5+23.3192.64 PepsiCo PEP69.16887.06 82.85-.39 -0.5sst-0.1+22.7192.27 Suntrust Bks STI26.93037.44 38.01+.74 +2.0sss+3.3+29.8140.40 TECO Energy TE16.15219.22 16.71-.17 -1.0ttt-3.1+4.1180.88 WalMart Strs WMT67.72881.37 78.09+.26 +0.3ttt-0.8+16.2151.88 Xerox Corp XRX7.05012.28 12.05-.03 -0.2sst-1.0+70.5130.2352-WK RANGE CLOSEYTD 1YR NAME TICKER LO HI CLOSE CHG %CHG WK MO QTR %CHG %RTN P/E DIVStocks of Local Interest Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B5

PAGE 14

B6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 Brown Cap MgmtSmCo Is b 73.87+.06+43.4BuffaloFlexibInc d 14.19-.01+13.8 SmallCap d 37.22-.21+39.8CG Capital MarketsLgCapGro 20.78...+30.2 LgCapVal 12.30+.02+27.6CGMFocus 40.26...+29.2CRMMdCpVlIns 34.54+.07+29.9CalamosGrIncA m 33.09-.03+14.0 GrowA m 46.71-.12+28.4 MktNeuI 12.81...+5.3 MktNuInA m 12.94...+5.0CalvertEquityA m 47.65+.06+26.1CausewayIntlVlIns d 15.97-.07+22.2Champlain InvestmentChSmlComp b 16.65+.04+31.5ClipperClipper 90.54+.01+27.8Cohen & SteersCSPSI 13.00+.02+2.3 Realty 63.49+.05+2.3 RealtyIns 41.21+.04+2.7ColumbiaAcornA m 35.54+.02+25.8 AcornIntZ 46.41-.05+19.7 AcornUSAZ 35.59+.02+27.4 AcornZ 37.08+.03+26.2 CAModA m 12.17+.01+12.2 CAModAgrA m 13.26...+15.3 CntrnCoreA m 20.42...+30.7 CntrnCoreZ 20.53...+31.0 ComInfoA m 49.79-.19+21.1 DivIncA m 18.20+.03+24.6 DivIncZ 18.21+.03+25.0 DivOppA m 10.06-.01+21.5 DivrEqInA m 13.72+.03+27.7 HiYldBdA m 2.99...+5.5 IncOppA m 10.05-.01+4.2 IntmBdA m 8.98+.01-2.1 IntmBdZ 8.98+.01-1.9 IntmMuniBdZ 10.49+.01-1.6 LgCpGrowA m 33.20-.02+25.6 LgCrQuantA m 8.46+.02+30.2 MdCapGthZ 31.71+.04+27.9 MdCapIdxZ 15.01+.01+28.4 MdCpValZ 17.88+.03+31.5 SIIncZ 9.96...+0.4 ShrTrmMuniBdZ 10.49...+0.7 SmCaVaIIZ 18.34-.02+34.3 SmCapIdxZ 23.26-.01+35.1 StLgCpGrA m 18.84-.07+37.4 StLgCpGrZ 19.13-.07+37.7 StratIncA m 6.02...+0.1 TaxExmptA m 13.31+.02-3.3 ValRestrZ 48.93...+31.2Community ReinvestQualInv b 10.53+.01-3.2ConstellationSndsSelGrI 17.77-.14+34.8 SndsSelGrII 17.37-.13+34.5DFA1YrFixInI 10.31...+0.2 2YrGlbFII 10.00...+0.4 5YearGovI 10.62+.01-0.4 5YrGlbFII 10.86+.01-0.1 EmMkCrEqI 18.83-.09-7.3 EmMktValI 26.68-.10-9.1 EmMtSmCpI 19.82-.08-5.4 EmgMktI 24.91-.16-8.0 GlAl6040I 15.41+.01+14.0 GlEqInst 17.84+.01+25.3 GlblRlEstSecsI 8.87...+1.1 InfPrtScI 11.58+.05-8.0 IntCorEqI 12.77+.01+21.2 IntGovFII 12.29+.02-3.0 IntRlEstI 4.99+.01+2.1 IntSmCapI 20.53+.02+30.0 IntlSCoI 19.30+.02+25.5 IntlValu3 17.42+.01+21.1 IntlValuI 19.79+.01+20.8 LgCapIntI 22.35-.02+18.1 RelEstScI 26.21+.01+0.5 STMuniBdI 10.22...+0.5 TMIntlVal 16.29+.01+20.1 TMMkWVal 23.72+.03+35.8 TMMkWVal2 22.87+.04+36.1 TMUSEq 20.12+.01+30.0 TMUSTarVal 32.19...+37.9 TMUSmCp 36.33-.01+37.4 USCorEq1I 16.46...+32.1 USCorEq2I 16.29+.01+33.1 USLgCo 14.48...+28.4 USLgVal3 23.73+.06+36.6 USLgValI 31.66+.09+36.4 USMicroI 19.84-.03+38.7 USSmValI 34.92-.03+36.1 USSmallI 30.70-.03+36.4 USTgtValInst 22.50-.01+37.1 USVecEqI 16.28+.01+35.0DWS-ScudderEqDivB m 42.37+.02+21.2 GNMAS 14.26+.09-4.0 GrIncS 23.17+.04+33.7 GvtSc m 8.12+.04-4.1 HiIncA m 5.00...+6.4 MgdMuniA m 8.86+.02-3.8 MgdMuniS 8.87+.02-3.6 SP500IRew 26.26+.01+28.3 TechB m 14.44-.08+23.0DavisNYVentA m 40.72-.21+28.2 NYVentC m 38.94-.21+27.1 NYVentY 41.22-.21+28.5Delaware InvestDiverIncA m 8.91...-1.1 OpFixIncI 9.39+.01-2.4 USGrowIs 24.78-.03+28.1 ValueI 16.14+.02+28.8Diamond HillLngShortI 22.52-.06+20.4 LrgCapI 21.58-.01+32.5Dodge & CoxBal 97.90+.02+24.9 GlbStock 11.36-.03+28.6 Income 13.57+.01+0.9 IntlStk 42.64-.15+23.0 Stock 167.63-.05+35.3DoubleLineCrFxdIncI 10.73...-0.9 TotRetBdN b 10.80...-0.3DreyfusAppreciaInv 51.70...+17.6 BasSP500 37.65+.01+28.3 FdInc 11.91...+28.9 IntlStkI 15.21-.09+6.7 MidCapIdx 36.69+.04+28.2 MuniBd 11.17+.02-3.3 NYTaxEBd 14.32+.03-4.6 OppMdCpVaA f 40.25+.02+35.7 SP500Idx 48.60+.01+27.9 SmCapIdx 29.29-.01+34.9DriehausActiveInc 10.79+.01+2.5 EmMktGr d 31.82-.16+4.8Eaton VanceFlRtHIA m 9.63...+4.8 FloatRateA m 9.51...+4.3 IncBosA m 6.08+.01+6.8 LrgCpValA m 23.97+.08+26.9 NatlMuniA m 9.14+.03-7.4FMICommStk 28.55...+27.8 LgCap 20.60...+25.8FPACapital d 44.58-.09+19.2 Cres d 32.84+.03+19.7 NewInc d 10.28...+0.6Fairholme FundsFairhome d 40.29+.19+39.1FederatedEqIncB m 23.73+.05+27.2 InstHiYIn d 10.24...+6.7 KaufmanA m 6.20+.01+36.6 KaufmanR m 6.21+.02+36.8 MuniUShIS 10.03...+0.5 MuniUltA m 10.03...+0.1 StrValA m 5.73...+17.7 StrValI 5.75...+17.9 ToRetIs 10.91+.01-0.5 UltraIs 9.15...+0.5FidelityAstMgr20 13.33+.01+4.8 AstMgr50 17.53+.01+12.5 AstMgr85 17.06+.01+22.4 Bal 22.72+.01+18.4 BlChGrow 63.40...+36.6 CAMuInc d 12.35+.02-1.5 Canada d 57.50+.01+7.1 CapApr 36.52+.12+33.2 CapInc d 9.90+.01+9.0 ChinaReg d 33.35-.43+17.9 Contra 95.97+.03+30.4 ConvSec 31.64+.09+23.1 DiscEq 32.36+.08+33.5 DivGrow 35.26+.05+27.7 DivrIntl d 36.62-.12+23.0 EmgMkt d 23.37-.19-0.3 EqInc 58.41+.04+24.2 EqInc II 24.42...+25.1 ExpMulNat d 24.19-.07+22.1 FF2015 12.71...+10.4 FF2035 13.40-.01+18.2 FF2040 9.46-.01+18.4 Fidelity 42.75+.11+25.8 FltRtHiIn d 9.99...+3.8 FocStk 19.90+.03+34.2 FourInOne 35.47...+21.7 Fr2045 10.91-.01+19.0 Fr2050 10.97...+19.2 Free2010 15.27...+9.7 Free2020 15.56...+11.6 Free2025 13.26-.01+14.4 Free2030 16.21-.01+15.8 FreeInc 11.73...+4.0 GNMA 11.26+.02-1.7 GovtInc 10.17+.01-2.1 GrStr d 28.53+.02+34.2 GrowCo 120.23-.14+34.1 GrowInc 27.75+.02+29.8 HiInc d 9.39-.01+6.0 Indepndnc 37.05+.54+38.6 InfProtBd 12.02+.05-7.9 IntBond 10.84+.01-0.5 IntMuniInc d 10.21+.01-1.4 IntlDisc d 40.18-.11+22.9 InvGrdBd 7.69+.01-1.5 LargeCap 27.47+.26+36.9 LevCoSt d 43.28+.10+31.6 LowPriStk d 49.43-.11+31.7 MAMuInc d 11.85+.02-3.3 Magellan 92.68+.10+32.2 MdCpVal d 22.64+.07+35.3 MeCpSto 15.37+.01+29.6 MidCap d 39.50-.02+34.9 MuniInc d 12.75+.02-2.7 NYMuInc d 12.89+.02-2.8 NewMille 39.69-.06+34.3 NewMktIn d 15.56+.01-6.6 OTC 77.73-.33+44.4 Overseas d 39.90-.09+24.8 Puritan 21.28+.03+18.6 RealInv d 32.25+.01+0.5 RelEstInc d 11.14...+3.3 Series100Idx 11.95-.01+26.0 ShTmBond 8.58+.01+0.6 SmCapDisc d 31.28+.06+34.0 SmCapStk d 20.78-.01+25.1 SmCpOpp 13.51+.13+31.8 SmCpVal d 20.00+.05+32.5 StkSelec 35.56+.04+30.4 StrDivInc 13.99...+15.2 StratInc 10.87+.01+0.5 TaxFrB d 11.03+.01-2.6 TotalBd 10.46+.01-0.6 Trend 86.51-.16+31.4 USBdIdx 11.39+.02-1.7 USBdIdx 11.39+.02-1.7 USBdIdxInv 11.39+.02-1.8 Value 103.28-.03+32.8 Worldwid d 24.66-.01+28.9Fidelity AdvisorAstMgr70 20.47+.01+17.9 CapDevO 15.55+.15+29.7 DivStk 22.87-.01+30.3 EmMktIncI d 13.32...-6.7 EqGrowI 89.58-.16+33.4 EqGrowT m 83.29-.16+32.8 FltRateA m 10.00...+3.5 FltRateI d 9.98...+3.8 Fr2020A m 13.32...+11.1 Fr2025A m 13.10...+13.9 Fr2030A m 13.91...+15.2 Fr2035A m 13.31-.01+17.5 Fr2040A m 14.27-.01+17.8 GrowOppI 59.06-.02+33.5 GrowOppT m 56.82-.02+32.8 HlthCrC m 28.93+.56+53.4 LeverA m 53.52+.10+32.8 Mid-CpIII 21.13+.02+31.5 NewInsA m 26.36+.03+29.1 NewInsC m 24.48+.02+28.1 NewInsI 26.80+.03+29.4 NewInsT m 25.88+.03+28.8 SmCapA m 27.74-.06+33.0 StSlctSmCp d 26.33+.26+33.2 StratIncA m 12.12+.01+0.2 StratIncC m 12.09+.01-0.6 StratIncI 12.27...+0.4 StratIncT m 12.11...+0.2Fidelity SelectBiotech d 195.89+9.71+65.9 Chemical d 144.31-.01+23.6 ConsStpl d 87.94-.08+17.0 Energy d 54.64-.36+18.4 HealtCar d 195.91+3.62+55.0 ITServcs d 37.26-.03+46.1 Industr d 33.47+.16+35.2 Materials d 83.94-.18+16.5 MedEqSys d 36.85+.17+39.0 Pharm d 19.53+.21+37.5 Retail d 86.43-.39+40.0 SoftwCom d 118.51-.74+46.8 Tech d 122.90-.88+29.2Fidelity Spartan500IdxAdvtg 65.16+.03+28.5 500IdxAdvtgInst 65.16+.03+28.5 500IdxInstl 65.16+.02+28.5 500IdxInv 65.15+.02+28.4 ExtMktIdAg d 53.39+.05+33.1 ExtMktIdI d 53.39+.05+33.0 IntlIdxAdg d 40.26-.06+19.4 IntlIdxIn d 40.26-.06+19.3 TotMktIdAg d 53.89+.02+29.3 TotMktIdI d 53.89+.02+29.2FidelityLtdTermMuniInc d 10.68...+0.2First EagleGlbA m 53.34-.11+13.8 OverseasA m 23.05-.09+10.7 USValueA m 19.84...+14.1First InvestorsGrowIncA m 21.72-.03+32.5ForumAbStratI 10.99-.01-0.7FrankTemp-FrankFed TF A m 11.79+.03-4.1 FedIntA m 11.99+.02-2.4 FedTxFrIA 11.80+.03-4.0FrankTemp-FranklinBalInvA m 50.95+.04+31.3 CA TF A m 6.97+.01-3.5 CAInTF A m 12.17+.02-3.0 DynaTechA m 44.74-.03+35.8 EqInA m 22.67+.01+25.9 FLRtDAAdv 9.22...+4.6 FlRtDAccA m 9.22...+4.4 FlxCpGr A m 55.24-.03+33.4 GrowAdv 65.36+.14+26.8 GrowthA m 65.25+.14+26.5 HY TF A m 9.84+.02-6.3 HighIncA m 2.11...+7.1 HighIncAd 2.11...+7.2 Income C m 2.43...+11.5 IncomeA m 2.40...+11.7 IncomeAdv 2.38-.01+12.0 InsTF A m 11.78+.02-3.4 LoDurTReA m 10.13...+1.0 NY TF A m 11.18+.03-4.5 OHTFA m 12.19+.03-4.1 RisDivAdv 48.43+.07+26.5 RisDv C m 47.75+.07+25.2 RisDvA m 48.47+.07+26.2 SmCpValA m 58.73+.02+28.9 SmMdCpGrA m 40.81-.03+34.1 StrIncA m 10.49+.01+2.8 Strinc C m 10.48...+2.3 TotalRetA m 9.87+.02-0.7 US Gov C m 6.44+.01-1.6 USGovA m 6.48+.01-1.1 Utils A m 14.82+.08+11.7FrankTemp-MutualDiscov C m 32.82-.04+20.9 Discov Z 33.61-.04+22.1 DiscovA m 33.12-.04+21.7 Euro Z 24.97-.04+25.3 QuestA m 17.99-.03+22.6 QuestZ 18.18-.02+23.1 Shares C m 27.66-.02+22.8 Shares Z 28.13-.02+24.1 SharesA m 27.91-.02+23.7FrankTemp-TempletonDvMk A m 22.56-.17-4.9 Fgn A m 8.19-.02+22.1 FrSmCoSer 22.01+.03+20.2 Frgn Adv 8.09-.02+22.5 GlBond C m 13.12+.01+0.6 GlBondA m 13.09...+1.0 GlBondAdv 13.05+.01+1.3 GrowthA m 24.84-.03+26.4 WorldA m 19.30-.02+25.8Franklin TempletonFndAllA m 13.30...+20.9 FndAllC m 13.12...+20.1 HYldTFInA 9.88+.02-6.2 ModAllcA m 15.76...+12.9GEElfunTr 55.78-.10+30.2 ElfunTxE 11.40+.02-3.8 IsIntlEq d 13.13-.09+19.2 IsSmCapIv 19.65+.03+32.2 S&SInc 11.35+.01-0.5 S&SUSEq 54.75+.07+31.0GMOEmgDbtIV d 9.60...-1.5 EmgMktII d 10.37-.07-10.8 EmgMktsVI d 10.31-.07-10.7 InCorEqIV 33.94+.04+23.5 IntIVlIII 25.51+.03+22.4 IntItVlIV 25.48+.04+22.5 QuIII 24.74...+21.8 QuIV 24.76...+21.8 QuVI 24.75+.01+21.9 StFxInVI d 16.26...+1.9GabelliAssetAAA m 64.61-.02+27.6EqIncomeAAA m 28.38+.05+25.3SmCpGrAAA m 47.91-.03+30.2GatewayGatewayA m 28.94...+7.3Goldman SachsGrOppA m 27.89+.05+28.1 GrOppIs 30.40+.05+28.6 HiYdMunIs d 8.55+.02-5.1 HiYieldIs d 7.17...+7.3 MidCapVaA m 44.07+.10+29.0 MidCpVaIs 44.42+.09+29.5 ShDuTFIs 10.53...0.0 SmCpValA m 52.66...+32.8 SmCpValIs 55.74...+33.3GuideStone FundsBlcAlloGS4 13.12...+9.0 GrEqGS4 22.98-.03+30.2HarborBond 11.94+.01-1.5 CapApInst 56.51-.03+33.6 CapAprInv b 55.57-.04+33.1 HiYBdInst d 10.86...+5.1 IntlAdm b 69.62-.14+14.3 IntlInstl 70.10-.14+14.6 IntlInv b 69.42-.14+14.2Harding LoevnerEmgMkts d 47.10-.25-0.4 IntlEq d 17.51-.12+9.8HartfordBalHLSIA 25.08+.03+19.0 BalIncA m 13.02+.01+10.3 BalIncC m 12.88+.01+9.5 CapApr C m 40.92+.09+36.9 CapAprA m 46.65+.10+37.9 CapAprI 46.67+.11+38.3 CapAprY 50.91+.12+38.5 ChksBalsA m 11.19+.02+20.1 CpApHLSIA 59.56+.02+35.4 DivGrowA m 24.77+.04+27.0 DivGrowI 24.68+.04+27.3 DivGthY 25.17+.04+27.5 DvGrHLSIA 26.93+.04+27.9 EqIncA m 17.90...+25.5 FloatRtA m 9.05...+4.8 FloatRtC m 9.04...+4.0 FloatRtI 9.06...+5.1 InOpHLSIA 14.92...+19.8 MdCpHLSIA 37.89...+34.3 MidCapA m 25.12...+33.4 SmCoHLSIA 26.47...+38.8 StkHLSIA 57.76+.14+28.7 TRBdHLSIA 11.39+.02-1.0HeartlandValue m 47.77-.01+29.3 ValuePlus m 35.19+.03+27.7HendersonIntlOppA m 26.92-.17+26.0HennessyGsUtlIdxInv 26.38+.15+22.7Hotchkis & WileyMidCpValI 40.75+.13+38.5HussmanStratGrth d 9.91-.03-5.6ICMSmCo 34.33+.03+30.6INGCorpLeadB 31.36+.06+24.8 GlREstA m 18.26+.01+2.5INVESCOCharterA m 21.64+.02+24.3 ComstockA m 23.67+.02+30.9 DevMkt A m 31.37-.21-7.6 DivDivA m 16.84+.05+25.2 DivDivInv b 16.83+.06+25.2 EqIncomeA m 10.66+.01+22.3 EqIncomeC m 10.50+.01+21.3 EqWSP500A m 43.83+.04+31.1 GrowIncA m 26.96+.04+29.8 HiYldMuA m 9.10+.02-5.1 IntlGrA m 33.16-.15+15.4 IntlGrI 33.61-.15+15.8 MidCapGrA m 37.20+.05+31.5 MidCpCrA m 25.01+.04+25.6 MuniIncA m 12.96+.02-3.6 RealEstA m 21.90-.01+0.7 SmCapValA m 21.68+.04+39.5 Summit b 17.37...+33.4IvyAssetStrA m 32.21-.10+22.5 AssetStrC m 31.33-.09+21.6 AssetStrY b 32.27-.10+22.5 HiIncA m 8.67+.01+9.6 HiIncC m 8.67+.01+8.8 LtdTmBdA m 10.90...-0.7 MdCpGrA m 23.03-.01+25.4 MdCpGrthI 24.15...+25.8 ScTechA m 52.64-.13+48.9JPMorganCoreBdUlt 11.51+.02-1.2 CoreBondA m 11.50+.01-1.6 CoreBondC m 11.56+.02-2.2 CoreBondSelect 11.49+.01-1.4 CorePlBdS 8.19+.01+0.4 DiscEqUlt 22.06+.02+29.9 EqIdxSel 39.37+.01+28.2 EqIncA m 12.77+.01+27.1 EqIncSelect 12.95+.02+27.5 FEmMkEqIs 21.89-.19-8.8 FIntlVaIs 15.12-.02+18.2 HighYldSel 8.02-.01+6.3 HighYldUl 8.02...+6.5 IntmdTFIs 10.90+.02-1.1 IntrAmerS 34.91+.14+31.6 IntrepidValS 34.86+.12+32.8 InvBalA m 14.62...+13.0 InvConGrA m 12.59+.01+8.0 InvConGrC m 12.53...+7.3 InvGrInA m 16.33+.01+17.8 InvGrowA m 18.50+.02+24.1 LgCapGrA m 31.62-.03+28.0 LgCapGrSelect 31.63-.03+28.2 MdCpGrSel 34.62+.02+28.2 MidCapVal m 34.34+.02+27.9 MidCpValI 34.93+.02+28.5 MktExpEhIdxS 13.08+.01+31.3 MorBacSeU 11.22+.01-0.4 SelMidCap 41.59+.04+32.8 ShDurBndSel 10.88...-0.1 ShtDurBdU 10.88...+0.2 SmCapSel 49.46+.04+32.6 SmRt2020I 17.85...+12.0 SmRt2030I 18.47...+17.5 TxAwRRetI 10.03+.01-2.5 USEquit 14.03+.01+31.6 USEquityI 14.04...+31.8 USLCpCrPS 27.66+.01+32.5 ValAdvA m 27.01+.01+28.1 ValAdvSel 27.09+.01+28.4James AdvantageGoldRainA b 24.07+.09+11.8JanusBalT 29.95+.07+17.7 FortyS b 40.36-.09+28.1 Gr&IncT 44.09+.14+28.3 HiYldT 9.22...+7.0 OverseasT 36.56-.35+7.0 PerkinsMCVT 23.28+.08+22.3 RsrchT 43.64+.10+31.6 ShTmBdT 3.07...+1.0 T 40.63-.06+25.6 TwentyT 62.81-.01+28.5JensenQualtyGrI 37.52+.06+27.9 QualtyGrJ b 37.52+.06+27.6John HancockBondA m 15.80+.02+0.5 IncomeA m 6.61+.01+1.7 LifAg1 b 15.80-.01+22.6 LifBa1 b 15.26+.01+14.3 LifCo1 b 13.67+.01+4.6 LifGr1 b 15.98...+19.4 LifMo1 b 14.25+.01+9.3KeeleySmCapVal m 37.88-.02+27.8LSVValueEq 21.57+.07+39.1LaudusInMktMstS d 23.76-.01+20.4 USLCGr d 18.63...+33.4LazardEmgMkEqInst d 17.94-.14-5.8EmgMktEqOpen m 18.40-.14-6.0IntlStEqInst d 14.28-.06+21.7Legg MasonCBAggressGrthA m 183.97+.48+42.6CBAggressGrthI 198.53+.52+43.1CBAllCapValueA m 16.36+.01+25.8CBAppreciatA m 19.22...+25.1 CBEquityIncA m 18.05...+21.6CBSmallCapGrA m 28.34-.09+40.4ValueC m 58.72+.13+33.7WACorePlusBdFI b 11.23+.02-1.0WACorePlusBdI 11.23+.01-0.7WAIntTermMuniA m 6.40...-3.2WAManagedMuniA m 15.93+.03-4.0Litman GregoryMasIntlIntl 17.95-.06+18.3Longleaf PartnersIntl 17.90+.02+22.6 LongPart 33.39+.01+26.6 SmCap 32.25+.16+25.5Loomis SaylesBdInstl 15.20+.01+4.9 BdR b 15.13+.01+4.6 FixIncI 14.50+.02+5.9 GlbBdInstl 16.13+.01-2.4Lord AbbettAffiliatA m 15.46+.02+27.3 BondDebA m 8.17-.01+6.9 BondDebC m 8.19-.01+6.2 CalibrdDivA m 15.28+.02+23.7 DevGrowA m 26.26+.21+54.9 DevGrowI 28.87+.23+55.4 FdmtlEqtyA m 15.31+.01+31.8 FltRateF b 9.51...+5.8 MABalOppA m 12.30+.01+15.5 MidCpStcA m 23.13+.03+25.6 NatlTaxFA m 10.57+.02-5.7 ShDurIncA m 4.55...+1.5 ShDurIncC m 4.58...+0.8 ShDurIncI 4.55...+1.9 SmCpValA m 32.98+.01+27.2 SmCpValI 35.68+.01+27.6 ValOppA m 20.45+.03+30.4MFSBondA m 13.75+.01-0.3 ConAlocA m 14.46...+7.6 GrAllocA m 17.80-.03+17.2 GrowA m 65.22-.02+31.7 GrowI 68.11-.01+32.0 IntDivA m 16.13-.09+13.5 IntlNDisA m 27.94-.11+16.8 IntlNDisI 28.70-.11+17.1 IntlValA m 33.31-.08+24.7 IsIntlEq 21.98-.11+15.9 MAInvA m 27.63+.02+28.3 MAInvGrA m 22.66+.02+25.6 MAInvI 27.04+.02+28.6 ModAllocA m 16.28-.01+12.6 MuHiIncA f 7.49+.02-5.5 ResIntlA m 17.59-.09+15.2 ResIntlI 18.15-.10+15.5 ResearchA m 36.51-.05+28.0 TotRetA m 17.53+.01+16.5 UtilA m 20.70-.01+17.5 ValueA m 33.03+.02+30.7 ValueC m 32.72+.01+29.7 ValueI 33.18+.01+31.0MainStayHiYldCorA m 6.07...+5.6 IntlI 35.54-.08+18.4 LgCapGrA m 10.01-.01+31.4 MAPI 44.53+.01+26.6 S&PIdxI 42.57+.01+28.1 SelEqI 49.16-.01+25.0Mairs & PowerGrthInv 111.10+.25+31.0ManagersBondSvc 27.44+.04+0.9 MgrsPIMCOBd 10.51...-1.8 TmSqMCGrI 18.36-.01+31.9 TmSqMCGrP 18.11...+31.6Manning & NapierWrldOppA 8.87-.04+15.4Matthews AsianChina d 22.41-.21+2.3 DivInv d 15.25-.13+8.2 GrInc d 18.58-.09+2.5 PacTiger d 24.37-.08-0.5MergerMerger b 16.01-.01+3.4MeridianMeridnGr d 37.14+.07+24.0Metropolitan WestHi-YldBdM b 10.29-.01+6.3 LowDurBd b 8.79...+1.8 LowDurBdI 8.80...+2.1 TotRetBdI 10.57+.01+0.7 TotRtBd b 10.57+.01+0.5Morgan StanleyFocGrA m 51.55-.21+44.3 IntlEqA m 16.47-.11+16.8 IntlEqI d 16.68-.11+17.1 MdCpGrA m 43.26-.13+34.0 MdCpGrI 45.22-.14+34.4 SmCoGrI d 20.45-.23+54.9Munder FundsMdCpCrGrA m 41.43+.01+28.4 MdCpCrGrY 42.61+.01+28.7Mutual SeriesBeacon Z 16.80-.05+25.0NationsLgCpIxZ 35.49+.01+28.2NationwideIDModAgSv b 11.28+.01+19.0 IntlIdxI 8.46...+19.4 S&P500Is 14.09+.01+28.3NatixisLSInvBdA m 11.90...+0.6 LSInvBdC m 11.80...-0.1 LSInvBdY 11.91+.01+0.9 LSStratIncA m 16.42+.02+9.7 LSStratIncC m 16.52+.02+8.9 LSValY 26.74+.04+31.5Neuberger BermanGenesisInstl 61.33+.04+32.1 GenesisInv 41.34+.02+31.8 GenesisTr 63.95+.04+31.7 PartnrInv 31.38+.06+28.0NicholasNichol 64.87+.10+35.5NorthernBdIndx 10.44+.01-1.8 FixedIn 10.12+.01-1.0 GlbREIdx d 9.03...-0.6 HYFixInc d 7.52...+7.3 IntTaxE 10.30+.02-2.0 IntlIndex d 12.21-.01+19.1 MMIntlEq d 10.76-.03+12.7 MdCapIndx 16.86+.02+28.5 SmCapVal 20.53+.01+30.8 StkIdx 22.75+.01+28.4NuveenHiYldMunA m 15.49+.03-4.5 HiYldMunC m 15.48+.04-5.0 HiYldMunI 15.49+.03-4.3 IntMunBdI 8.95+.01-1.5 LtdTmMuA m 11.03+.01-0.1 LtdTmMunI 10.98+.01+0.2 RlEstSecI 19.94+.01+0.7Oak AssociatesPinOakEq 45.45-.09+31.6 RedOakTec 14.84-.02+40.2 WhiteOak 57.04+.10+27.0OakmarkEqIncI 32.47+.06+21.3 GlSelI 16.45-.03+29.4 Global I 30.09+.03+30.5 Intl I 25.96-.11+24.8 IntlSmCpI d 17.16+.01+25.5 Oakmark I 63.64+.02+33.6 Select I 40.61+.01+33.9Old WestburyGlbOppo 7.88...+9.3 GlbSmMdCp 17.13+.03+21.4 LgCpStr 12.34-.05+22.1 MuniBd 11.86+.01-1.4OppenheimerActAllocA m 11.82-.01+19.2 CapApA m 59.61-.03+25.1 CapIncA m 9.61+.01+7.9 DevMktA m 36.84-.32+3.7 DevMktY 36.40-.32+4.0 DevMktsC m 35.10-.31+2.9 DiscoverA m 79.80-.36+41.4 EqIncA m 31.48+.04+27.6 EquityA m 12.30+.01+26.5 GlobA m 77.97-.18+23.3 GlobOpprA m 41.98+.14+39.1 GlobY 78.02-.18+23.6 IntlBondA m 6.07...-4.3 IntlBondY 6.07...-4.1 IntlDivA m 14.69-.06+21.7 IntlGrY 37.50-.12+22.8 IntlGrowA m 37.68-.13+22.4 MainSSMCA m 30.44-.01+28.5 MainStrA m 48.14+.07+27.5 QuBalA m 17.27-.03+15.5 RisDivA m 19.59...+23.1 RisDivY 20.09+.01+23.3 SmMidValA m 44.29+.05+34.1 SrFltRatA m 8.44...+6.3 SrFltRatC m 8.45...+5.7 StrIncA m 4.13...-0.8 StratIncC m 4.13+.01-1.4Oppenheimer RochesteAMTFrMunA m 6.49+.03-6.2 FdMuniA m 14.45+.09-10.4 LmtTmMunA m 14.00+.04-4.0 LtdTmNY m 3.08+.01-6.0 RochHYMA m 6.67+.03-6.7 RochHYMC m 6.65+.03-7.5OsterweisOsterStrInc d 11.88...+6.4PIMCOAAstAAutP 9.84...-6.4 AllAssetA m 12.02-.01-1.0 AllAssetC m 11.98-.01-1.8 AllAssetI 12.01...-0.5 AllAstP 12.03...-0.6 AllAuthA m 9.84...-6.8 AllAuthC m 9.84-.01-7.5 AllAuthIn 9.84...-6.3 ComRRStP 5.34-.05-16.1 ComRlRStI 5.36-.04-15.8 DivIncInst 11.50+.01-1.2 EMktCurI 10.06+.02-3.4 EmMktsIns 10.70...-6.6 FdIdxPlARInst 6.80+.01+31.3 FloatIncI 8.84...+2.5 ForBdInstl 10.56...+1.4 ForBondI 10.00...-5.0 HiYldIs 9.64+.01+5.2 Income P 12.27...+4.0 InvGrdIns 10.27+.01-1.7 LowDrA m 10.31+.01-0.4 LowDrIs 10.31+.010.0 LowDurD b 10.31+.01-0.3 LowDurP 10.31+.01-0.1 ModDurIs 10.56 +.01-0.3 RealRet 11.08+.05-7.8 RealRetAd b 11.08+.05-8.1 RealRetD b 11.08+.05-8.2 RealRtnA m 11.08+.05-8.2 RealRtnC m 11.08+.05-8.7 RlEstStRetI 3.93+.02-12.1 ShTermAdm b 9.85...+0.6 ShtTermIs 9.85...+0.8 ToRtIIIIs 9.38+.01-2.0 ToRtIIIs 10.18+.01-2.0 TotRetA m 10.69+.01-2.2 TotRetAdm b 10.69+.01-2.1 TotRetC m 10.69+.01-3.0 TotRetIs 10.69+.01-1.8 TotRetrnD b 10.69+.01-2.1 TotlRetnP 10.69+.01-1.9PRIMECAP OdysseyAggGr 30.35+.14+52.0 Growth 23.78+.04+35.5 Stock 21.10+.03+30.8ParametricTxMgEMInstl d 47.63-.15-2.1ParnassusEqIncInv 36.17+.02+28.1Pax WorldBal b 24.31+.02+13.5PermanentPortfolio 43.04...-2.6PioneerCoreEqA m 15.66+.03+27.0 HiYldA m 10.72+.02+10.9 PioneerA m 39.02+.12+29.2 StratIncA m 10.84+.01+1.2 StratIncC m 10.61+.01+0.5 StratIncY 10.84+.01+1.5PrincipalBdMtgInst 10.72+.01-0.7 DivIntI 11.74-.02+15.9 HiYldA m 7.79...+6.4 HiYldII 10.56...+6.4 L/T2020I 14.16+.01+13.9 L/T2030I 14.39+.02+17.0 L/T2040I 14.84+.02+19.5 L/T2050I 14.37+.01+20.7 LCGIIInst 10.03...+26.2 LCGrIInst 12.65+.02+32.2 LCIIIInst 14.38+.03+28.1 LgCGrInst 10.95+.03+31.0 LgCSP500I 12.89+.01+28.2 LgCValI 12.90+.06+28.4 MCVlIInst 15.04+.04+30.0 MGIIIInst 12.14+.02+31.2 MidCapA m 20.12+.03+29.0 PrSecInst 9.92+.01+1.4 SAMBalA m 15.57+.01+14.9 SAMConGrA m 17.72+.01+19.7 SCGrIInst 14.34+.08+39.7 SCValIII 13.57...+33.7PrudentialGblRealEstZ 21.97+.01+2.6 JenMCGrA m 38.68-.03+23.9Prudential InvestmenGovtIncA m 9.37+.01-2.1 HiYieldA m 5.75...+6.4 HiYieldZ 5.76...+6.7 JenMidCapGrZ 40.32-.04+24.3 JennGrZ 28.88-.01+33.6 MuniHIncA m 9.44+.02-4.9 NaturResA m 48.04-.33+5.0 ShTmCoBdA m 11.34+.01+0.9 SmallCoZ 28.58-.02+30.4 UtilityA m 14.38+.05+23.7PutnamCATxEIncA m 7.81+.01-3.1 DivrInA m 7.98...+7.7 DynAstAlGrA m 16.64...+22.5 EqIncomeA m 20.46+.04+27.9 EqIncomeY 20.46+.04+28.2 GlbHltCrA m 57.46+.56+38.4 GrowIncA m 19.80...+31.8 InvestorA m 19.39...+31.2 MultiCapGrA m 75.75-.14+32.0 VoyagerA m 31.30-.10+39.1RSGlNatResA m 33.96-.47-5.0 PartnersA m 39.69+.09+38.3RidgeWorthHighYI 9.82+.01+5.3 LgCpVaEqI 16.69+.01+29.6 MdCpVlEqI 13.57...+26.1 SmCapEqI 17.58...+27.4 USGovBndI 10.11...+0.1RoyceOpportInv d 15.46-.04+37.8 PAMutInv d 14.58...+29.6 PremierInv d 21.93+.01+22.8 SpecEqInv d 24.57-.09+24.7 TotRetInv d 16.33...+27.4RussellEmgMktsS 17.40-.10-6.1 GlRelEstS 36.48...+1.9 GlbEqtyS 11.31-.02+24.0 ItlDvMktS 36.52-.14+19.3 StgicBdI 10.75+.01-1.3 StratBdS 10.89+.01-1.5Russell LifePointsBalStrC b 11.77...+9.7RydexBiotechIv 68.78+3.04+55.5 InvOTC2xH b 4.59+.03-45.7SEIIdxSP500E d 49.48+.02+28.2 IntlEq A d 10.08-.05+19.5 IsCrFxIA d 11.17+.02-1.2 IsHiYdBdA d 7.78...+6.5 IsItlEmMA d 10.37-.10-4.9 IsLrgGrA d 32.40+.02+27.5 IsLrgValA d 24.26+.07+31.8 IsMgTxMgA d 18.50+.04+30.7SSGAS&P500Idx b 29.44+.01+28.3Schwab1000Inv d 48.45+.01+28.6 CoreEqInv d 22.91+.05+28.3 DivEqSel d 17.74+.02+28.2 FUSLgCInl d 14.11...+30.1 IntlIndex d 19.68-.01+19.3 S&P500Sel d 28.70+.01+28.4 SmCapIdx d 27.46+.02+33.3 TotStkMSl d 33.52+.01+29.3ScoutInterntl 36.56-.17+10.6SelectedAmerShS b 49.46-.19+27.0 American D 49.43-.19+27.4SentinelCmnStkA m 42.55-.06+26.5SequoiaSequoia 226.38+1.28+33.1Sound ShoreSoundShor 48.86+.12+37.2SpectraSpectra A m 17.50-.01+31.2State FarmBalanced 62.02-.02+11.9 Growth 68.21-.07+22.7SteelPathMLPAlpA m 12.08+.03+17.4 MLPIncA m 10.83+.02+16.7SunAmericaFocDvStrC m 16.80...+33.8T Rowe PriceBalanced 23.17...+17.2 BlChpGAdv b 64.33-.02+36.6 BlChpGr 64.64-.02+36.9 CapApprec 25.70+.03+20.4 DivGrow 33.51+.05+26.5 EmMktBd d 12.48...-7.1 EmMktStk d 31.04-.32-9.1 EqIndex d 49.54+.02+28.2 EqtyInc 32.64+.05+26.0 EqtyIncAd b 32.57+.05+25.6 EurStock d 21.39+.02+34.1 GNMA 9.46+.01-2.0 GrStkAdv b 51.82-.04+34.7 GrowInc 29.70+.07+29.5 GrowStk 52.49-.03+35.0 HealthSci 59.94+.68+48.1 HiYield d 7.18...+8.4 InSmCpStk 20.19-.01+34.4 InsLgCpGr 27.33+.03+40.4 InstlHiYl d 9.75...+8.0 InstlLgCV 18.70+.03+30.2 IntlBnd d 9.45...-3.4 IntlDisc d 55.55...+22.0 IntlGrInc d 15.46-.04+20.9 IntlStk d 16.03-.10+11.1 MDTaxFBd 10.45+.01-2.5 MediaTele 68.82-.51+36.2 MidCapE 40.62+.06+34.0 MidCapVa 29.88+.01+27.6 MidCpGr 72.70+.10+33.1 MidCpGrAd b 71.08+.11+32.8 NewAmGro 44.15-.02+34.4 NewAsia d 15.60-.12-3.8 NewEra 43.49-.17+11.3 NewHoriz 46.31-.11+43.9 NewIncome 9.32+.01-1.8 OrseaStk d 10.02-.04+19.1 PerStrBal 22.95...+16.0 PerStrGr 30.36-.02+21.8 PerStrInc 18.33...+10.6 R2015 14.27...+13.3 R2025 15.31-.01+18.2 R2035 16.20-.01+21.8 Real d 21.43-.01+2.3 Ret2020R b 20.04-.01+15.2 Ret2050 12.99-.01+22.7 RetInc 14.74...+7.9 Retir2005 12.89...+8.5 Rtmt2010 17.76...+10.3 Rtmt2020 20.31-.01+15.8 Rtmt2030 22.49-.02+20.1 Rtmt2040 23.30-.02+22.8 Rtmt2045 15.53-.01+22.8 SciTech 38.58-.33+39.2 ShTmBond 4.79...+0.3 SmCpStk 44.39-.03+32.6 SmCpVal d 49.57-.07+26.4 SmCpValAd m 49.23-.07+26.1 SpecGrow 23.84-.02+24.9 SpecInc 12.77+.01+2.9 SumMuInt 11.55+.02-1.0 TaxFHiYld d 10.97+.02-4.3 TaxFInc 9.87+.01-3.4 TaxFShInt 5.64...+0.5 TrRt2020Ad b 20.19-.01+15.5 TrRt2030Ad b 22.34-.02+19.9 TrRt2030R b 22.20-.01+19.6 TrRt2040Ad b 23.13-.02+22.4 TrRt2040R b 23.01-.02+22.1 Value 33.92+.13+34.0T.RoweReaAsset d 10.67-.05-3.7TCWEmgIncI 8.40-.02-5.6 SelEqI 25.13-.06+24.5 TotRetBdI 10.04+.01+1.7 TotRetBdN b 10.35...+1.4TFSMktNeut d 15.05+.01-0.8TIAA-CREFBdPIns 10.44+.01-0.5 BondIn 10.27+.01-0.9 EqIx 14.06+.01+29.3 Gr&IncIn 11.97...+30.7 HYlIns d 10.25...+5.7 InfL 11.31+.04-7.7 IntlE d 19.02-.01+19.6 IntlEqIn d 11.62-.04+22.8 LCVal 17.44-.02+29.8 LgCGIdx 18.88+.01+29.1 LgCVIdx 16.24+.01+28.6 LgGrIns 15.15-.03+34.2 LrgeCapVal 17.39-.01+29.5 MidValIn 22.72+.02+28.9 MidValRmt 22.61+.01+28.6 SCEq d 18.79-.01+35.1 SPIndxIn 20.56+.01+28.4TargetSmCapVal 26.61...+30.4TempletonInFEqSeS 22.49-.03+16.8Third AvenueIntlVal d 19.87-.09+17.0 RealEsVal d 28.65+.02+13.4 Value d 56.69-.03+14.5ThompsonBond 11.77...+2.7ThornburgIncBldA m 20.73-.05+12.8 IncBldC m 20.72-.05+12.0 IntlValA m 30.75-.23+11.3 IntlValC m 28.71-.21+10.5 IntlValI 31.42-.23+11.8 LtdTMuA m 14.41+.01-0.2 LtdTMul 14.41+.01+0.2 LtdTmIncI 13.30...+0.3ThriventLgCapStkA m 26.24-.02+25.6 MuniBdA m 11.12+.01-3.4TocquevilleDlfld m 37.64-.02+24.0TouchstoneSdCapInGr 22.21-.18+35.2TransamericaAstAlMdGrA m 14.55-.01+17.8 AstAlMdGrC m 14.53...+17.1Tweedy, BrowneGlobVal d 26.46-.04+16.7U.S. Global InvestorGld&Prec m 5.96-.08-48.6 GlobRes m 9.16-.03-4.4 WrldPrcMnr m 5.67-.05-50.8UBS PACELgCoVlP d 24.19+.04+30.9 LrCoGrP d 25.00-.06+30.0USAACorstnModAgrsv 24.79-.01+8.9 GrowInc 21.74+.03+32.0 HYOpp d 8.74+.01+7.7 Income 12.98+.02-0.1 IncomeStk 16.98+.01+26.8 IntermBd 10.70+.01+1.2 Intl 29.86-.16+15.3 S&P500M 26.26+.01+28.2 ShTmBond 9.20+.01+1.0 TaxEInt 13.18+.02-0.8 TaxELgTm 13.10+.03-2.5 TaxEShTm 10.70...+0.6 Value 19.45+.04+32.1UnifiedWinInv m 17.30-.10+11.1VALIC Co IMdCpIdx 27.85+.03+28.3 StockIdx 34.25+.01+28.0Vanguard500Adml 169.50+.06+28.4 500Inv 169.50+.06+28.3 A-WexUSIdxAdm 30.85-.05+11.3 BalIdx 27.49+.02+16.0 BalIdxAdm 27.49+.02+16.2 BalIdxIns 27.49+.02+16.2 BalIdxSig 27.19+.02+16.1 CAIT 11.34+.02-0.5 CAITAdml 11.34+.02-0.5 CALTAdml 11.34+.03-2.1 CapOp 46.65+.07+40.2 CapOpAdml 107.70+.16+40.2 CapVal 14.39-.04+39.5 Convrt 13.72-.03+16.8 DevMktIdx 11.44-.01+19.1 DevMktsIdxIP 118.19-.07+19.3 DivAppIdxInv 29.88+.02+24.6 DivEqInv 30.46+.02+31.2 DivGr 21.25+.06+28.0 EMStIxSgl 31.37-.22-9.8 EmMkInsId 24.82-.17-9.7 EmMktIAdm 32.63-.23-9.8 EmMktStkIdxIP 82.56-.58-9.7 EmerMktId 24.85-.17-9.9 EnergyAdm 123.41-.60+13.7 EnergyInv 65.76-.32+13.6 EqInc 29.46...+26.1 EqIncAdml 61.74-.01+26.2 EurIdxAdm 72.41-.01+22.0 ExMktIdSig 53.90+.05+33.4 ExplAdml 95.88-.02+39.0 Explr 103.11-.01+38.8 ExtdIdAdm 62.73+.06+33.4 ExtdIdIst 62.72+.05+33.4 ExtdMktIdxIP 154.79+.14+33.5 ExtndIdx 62.74+.06+33.3 FAWeUSIns 97.77-.17+11.3 GNMA 10.46+.01-1.7 GNMAAdml 10.46+.01-1.6 GlbEq 23.24-.01+23.7 GrIncAdml 64.37+.09+29.2 GroInc 39.43+.05+29.0 GrowthIdx 47.51-.07+27.9 GrthIdAdm 47.51-.07+28.1 GrthIstId 47.51-.07+28.1 GrthIstSg 43.99-.07+28.1 HYCor 6.05...+4.4 HYCorAdml 6.05...+4.5 HYT/E 10.57+.02-2.9 HltCrAdml 80.90+.66+42.7 HlthCare 191.78+1.55+42.6 ITBond 11.13+.02-2.9 ITBondAdm 11.13+.02-2.8 ITGradeAd 9.70+.01-0.9 ITIGrade 9.70+.01-1.0 ITTsry 11.13+.01-2.7 ITrsyAdml 11.13+.01-2.6 InfPrtAdm 25.74+.11-7.6 InfPrtI 10.48+.04-7.6 InflaPro 13.11+.05-7.7 InstIdxI 168.42+.06+28.5 InstPlus 168.43+.06+28.5 InstTStId 42.14+.01+29.5 InstTStPl 42.15+.02+29.6 IntlExpIn 18.41...+28.3 IntlGr 23.06-.11+19.7 IntlGrAdm 73.33-.34+19.9 IntlStkIdxAdm 27.59-.04+12.0 IntlStkIdxI 110.33-.18+12.0 IntlStkIdxIPls 110.35-.18+12.1 IntlStkIdxISgn 33.10-.05+12.0 IntlVal 36.93-.06+19.1 ItBdIdxIn 11.13+.02-2.7 ItBdIdxSl 11.13+.02-2.8 LTBond 12.57+.05-6.9 LTGradeAd 9.78+.04-4.1 LTInvGr 9.78+.04-4.2 LTsryAdml 11.07+.05-9.8 LgBdIdxIs 12.57+.05-6.8 LgCpIdxAdm 42.61+.02+28.6 LifeCon 18.03+.01+8.1 LifeGro 27.47...+18.5 LifeInc 14.34+.01+3.3 LifeMod 23.04+.01+13.2 MidCapGr 24.58-.02+29.4 MidCapIdxIP 148.25+.21+31.0 MidCp 29.99+.04+30.8 MidCpAdml 136.09+.20+31.0 MidCpIst 30.06+.04+31.0 MidCpSgl 42.94+.06+31.0 Morg 25.57+.02+31.1 MorgAdml 79.22+.04+31.2 MuHY Adml 10.57+.02-2.8 MuInt 13.78+.01-1.5 MuIntAdml 13.78+.01-1.4 MuLTAdml 11.08+.02-2.7 MuLtd 11.04...+0.6 MuLtdAdml 11.04...+0.7 MuSht 15.86...+0.5 MuShtAdml 15.86...+0.6 NJLTAdml 11.65+.02-2.2 NYLTAdml 11.12+.02-2.6 PALTAdml 11.05+.01-2.5 PacIdxAdm 74.44-.13+15.1 PrecMtls 10.18-.10-36.1 Prmcp 92.50+.08+35.8 PrmcpAdml 95.91+.08+36.0 PrmcpCorI 19.48+.02+32.9 R1000GrIdxI 168.33+.02+29.1 REITIdx 21.68...+1.2 REITIdxAd 92.52+.03+1.4 REITIdxInst 14.32...+1.4 REITIdxSg 24.70+.01+1.4 STBond 10.48...+0.1 STBondAdm 10.48...+0.2 STBondSgl 10.48...+0.2 STCor 10.70...+1.0 STFedAdml 10.69...-0.3 STGradeAd 10.70...+1.1 STIGradeI 10.70...+1.1 STTsry 10.67...-0.1 STsryAdml 10.67...0.0 SelValu 28.21+.05+38.5 SmCapIdx 52.56+.02+32.7 SmCapIdxIP 151.79+.06+33.0 SmCpIdAdm 52.59+.02+32.9 SmCpIdIst 52.59+.02+33.0 SmCpIndxSgnl 47.38+.02+32.9SmCpValIdxAdm 41.63+.06+31.6SmGthIdx 34.37-.04+33.3 SmGthIst 34.42-.03+33.6 SmValIdx 23.22+.03+31.4 SmVlIdIst 23.27+.04+31.6 Star 23.86+.01+15.9 StratgcEq 30.10+.09+37.7 TgtRe2010 25.57+.01+8.1 TgtRe2015 14.74+.01+11.4 TgtRe2020 27.02+.01+13.9 TgtRe2030 27.50...+17.8 TgtRe2035 16.89+.01+19.9 TgtRe2040 28.14...+21.1 TgtRe2045 17.65...+21.1 TgtRe2050 28.01...+21.1 TgtRetInc 12.49+.01+5.2 Tgtet2025 15.69+.01+15.9 TotBdAdml 10.58+.01-1.6 TotBdInst 10.58+.01-1.6 TotBdMkInv 10.58+.01-1.7 TotBdMkSig 10.58+.01-1.6 TotIntl 16.50-.02+12.0 TotStIAdm 46.50+.03+29.5 TotStIIns 46.50+.02+29.4 TotStISig 44.87+.02+29.4 TotStIdx 46.48+.02+29.3 TxMBalAdm 24.93+.03+12.8 TxMCapAdm 93.33+.05+29.7 TxMGIAdm 82.44+.03+28.4 TxMIntlAdm 13.20-.01+19.3 TxMSCAdm 43.03-.02+35.2 USGro 28.59-.02+30.7 USGroAdml 73.98-.07+30.9 ValIdxAdm 29.71+.06+29.3 ValIdxIns 29.71+.06+29.3 ValIdxSig 30.91+.05+29.2 ValueIdx 29.71+.05+29.0 VdHiDivIx 24.44-.01+25.9 WellsI 24.81+.02+8.3 WellsIAdm 60.11+.06+8.4 Welltn 37.87+.06+17.4 WelltnAdm 65.40+.10+17.5 WndsIIAdm 64.99+.10+27.2 Wndsr 20.29+.04+31.9 WndsrAdml 68.43+.13+32.0 WndsrII 36.63+.06+27.2 ex-USIdxIP 103.54-.17+11.3VirtusEmgMktsIs 9.36-.05-8.9 MulSStA m 4.86+.01+1.3 MulSStC b 4.91...+0.8Waddell & Reed AdvAccumA m 10.81-.01+29.5 AssetStrA m 11.83-.04+23.2 BondA m 6.32+.01-1.9 CoreInv A m 7.23+.01+28.7 HiIncA m 7.63...+10.2 NewCncptA m 11.57...+26.2 SciTechA m 16.16-.06+53.4 VanguardA m 9.95...+31.4WasatchIntlGr d 28.94-.10+24.4 L/SInv d 16.11-.02+15.1 SmCapGr d 52.43+.10+27.8WeitzShtIntmInc 12.50...+0.9Wells FargoAdvCoBdI 12.29+.01-1.5 AstAlllcA f 13.96...+9.9 AstAlllcC m 13.50...+9.1 EmgMktEqA f 20.33-.18-7.0 GrI 55.14-.19+29.0 GrowInv 50.50-.17+28.3 GrowthAdm 53.43-.19+28.7 PrmLrgCoGrA f 14.20...+28.4 STMuBdInv 9.96...+0.7 ShTmBdInv 8.78...+0.7 UlSTMInA f 4.82...+0.1 UlSTMInI 4.82...+0.6WestcorePlusBd 10.75+.02-0.8William BlairInslIntlG 17.25-.08+17.2 IntlGrI d 26.68-.12+17.3 IntlGrN m 26.07-.11+16.9World FundsEpGloEqShYI 19.10-.03+19.8YacktmanFocused d 24.91-.06+23.0 Yacktman d 23.34-.06+23.6AQRDivArbtI 10.95+.02+1.8 MaFtStrI 10.54+.01+7.3 MaFtStrN b 10.46+.01+7.1 MlStrAltI 9.85+.04+4.4AcadianEmgMkts d 17.75-.10-7.4Alger GroupCapApInsI 26.54-.02+30.8 CapApprA m 20.97-.01+31.0Alliance BernsteinGlblBdA m 8.26...-1.8 GrthIncA m 5.31+.01+29.6 HighIncA m 9.41...+5.6 HighIncC m 9.52+.01+5.0 LgCapGrA m 37.94+.02+33.0AllianzGINFJAllCpVaA m 15.83+.03+25.6 NFJAllCpValIns 15.90+.02+26.0 NFJSmCVAd b 32.79+.03+26.1 NFJSmCVIs 34.86+.03+26.5 NFJSmCVlA m 32.86+.03+25.9AmanaGrowth b 31.85+.09+19.7 Income b 43.27+.08+25.2American BeaconLgCpVlInv 27.18+.03+30.4 LgCpVlIs 28.67+.04+30.9 SmCapInst 26.94+.02+34.2American CenturyDivBdInstl 10.57+.01-1.7 DivBdInv 10.57+.01-1.9 EqGrowInv 30.63+.03+29.2 EqIncA m 8.56+.01+16.3 EqIncInstl 8.56...+16.9 EqIncInv 8.56+.01+16.6 GinMaeInv 10.65+.01-1.9 HeritInv 25.32+.05+26.2 InTTxFBIns 11.18+.02-1.9 InTTxFBInv 11.17+.01-2.2 IncGrInv 35.94-.04+31.7 InfAdjI 11.64+.05-8.0 IntlGrInv d 13.53-.06+21.0 InvGrInstl 32.83-.03+26.0 InvGrInv 32.49-.02+25.8 MdCpValInv 15.73+.02+26.9 NTLgCoValInstl 11.91+.01+28.0 OneChMod 14.48+.01+14.2 SelectInv 55.91-.08+26.1 UltraInv 33.89-.07+32.1 ValueInv 8.17-.02+26.9American FundsAMCAPA m 27.21+.02+33.1 BalA m 24.31+.03+19.1 BondA m 12.44+.02-1.5 CapIncBuA m 57.88-.02+12.5 CapWldBdA m 20.15+.02-2.3 CpWldGrIA m 45.00-.01+22.1 CpWldGrIB m 44.79...+21.2 EurPacGrA m 48.76-.20+18.3 FnInvA m 51.53-.01+27.2 GlbBalA m 30.21+.03+15.7 GrthAmA m 42.87+.01+30.1 GrthAmB m 41.36+.01+29.1 HiIncA m 11.41...+6.0 HiIncMuA m 14.35+.03-3.2 IncAmerA m 20.50+.02+15.9 IntBdAmA m 13.42+.01-1.0 IntlGrInA m 34.67-.08+16.1 InvCoAmA m 36.36+.03+28.1 LtdTmTxEA m 15.97+.01-0.2 MutualA m 34.49+.04+24.2 NewEconA m 38.37-.01+40.0 NewPerspA m 37.23-.06+23.3 NwWrldA m 58.07-.23+7.4 STBdFdA m 9.97...-0.4 SmCpWldA m 49.13-.03+26.1 TaxEBdAmA m 12.44+.02-2.5 TaxECAA m 16.75+.03-2.0 USGovSecA m 13.56+.02-2.6 WAMutInvA m 39.14...+28.3ArbitrageArbitragI d 12.85...+0.8ArielApprecInv b 55.48-.12+39.5 ArielInv b 73.25-.08+38.0Artio GlobalGlobHiYldI 10.10-.01+9.0 TotRtBdI 12.98...-2.5ArtisanIntl d 29.93-.15+21.8 IntlVal d 36.42-.02+27.6 MdCpVal 26.70-.04+30.9 MidCap 47.61-.02+32.8 SmCap 29.97+.15+39.7 SmCapVal 18.55-.05+23.5Aston FundsMidCapN b 44.10+.04+40.4 MtgClGrI 28.19-.03+23.6 MtgClGrN b 28.05-.03+23.3BBHBrdMktFxI 10.35...+1.1 TaxEffEq d 21.14-.08+22.0BNY MellonEmgMkts 9.58-.07-6.9 MidCpMuStrM 14.48+.01+32.1 NtlIntM 13.40+.02-1.4 NtlShTM 12.92+.01+0.4BairdAggrInst 10.44+.01-0.9 CrPlBInst 10.80+.01-1.0 ShTmBdIns 9.69...+1.2BaronAsset b 61.41-.05+32.4 Growth b 71.72-.16+32.8 SmCap b 34.32-.08+31.8BernsteinDiversMui 14.32+.01-1.1 EmgMkts 26.47-.15-6.1 IntDur 13.38+.01-1.9 IntlPort 16.14-.02+17.0 NYMuni 13.98+.01-1.6 TxMIntl 16.21-.02+17.3BerwynIncome d 13.97-.02+14.6BlackRockBasicValA m 30.50+.03+33.8 BasicValI 30.73+.04+34.2 CapAppInA m 27.44...+30.4 CorBdInstl 9.42+.02-1.0 EqDivA m 24.05+.04+21.0 EqDivI 24.10+.04+21.3 EqDivR b 24.16+.04+20.6 EquitDivC m 23.51+.03+20.2 GlobAlcA m 21.26+.01+12.8 GlobAlcC m 19.70+.01+12.0 GlobAlcI 21.36+.01+13.1 GlobAlcR b 20.51+.01+12.4 HiYldBdIs 8.26+.01+8.9 HiYldInvA m 8.26+.01+8.5 HthScOpA m 41.98+.35+41.2 InflPrBndA m 10.73+.04-7.3 LowDurIvA m 9.76...+0.9 NatMuniA m 10.42+.02-3.0 NatMuniI 10.41+.02-2.8Brown AdvisoryGrEqInv d 18.66+.05+23.9 A-B-CAMAG Ph...20.37-3.58 AMC Net...68.08+.54 ASML Hld.69e90.14+.51 AcaciaTc.5013.79-.34 AcadiaPh...23.78-.13 Accuray...u8.82+.02 AcelRx...12.14+.15 Achillion...3.66-.09 ActivsBliz.19f18.30-.04 AdobeSy...59.09+.19 Adtran.3625.20-1.46 Aegerion...73.75+.52 Affymetrix...u9.41+.45 AirMedia...2.34+.14 AkamaiT...47.62+.94 Akorn...22.91+.02 Alexion...u134.07+.07 AlignTech...60.34-.39 Alkermes...u43.05+.24 AllotComm...15.61+.22 AllscriptH...15.01-.17 AlpVident...24.06-.09 AlteraCp lf.6031.46-.32 AmTrstFin.56b35.19+.48 Amarin...2.14+.10 Amazon...u401.01-.91 AmbacFn n...23.77-.19 Ambarella...32.17-.29 Amdocs.52u41.42+.14 AmAirl n...u29.42+1.79 AmAirl pf...u26.38+.18 ACapAgy3.75e19.78-.09 AmCapLtd...u16.04+.22 ARltCapPr.9412.68+.02 ARCP pfF...20.34-.16 AmSupr...1.69+.02 Amgen2.44f118.89+3.01 AmkorTch...5.89-.02 Anadigc...1.81-.04 AnalogDev1.3649.52-.19 AngiesList...14.85+1.15 ApolloEdu...30.75-.01 ApolloInv.808.60+.04 Apple Inc12.20536.52-6.94 ApldMatl.4017.40-.02 AMCC...11.37-.24 Approach...19.40+.19 ArchCap...55.93+.50 ArenaPhm...6.06+.14 AresCap1.52a17.69+.02 AriadP...6.76+.30 ArkBest.1233.47+.14 ArmHld.23e48.79-4.22 Arotech...3.66-.01 ArrayBio...5.21+.02 Arris...24.96-.19 ArubaNet...18.75-.10 AscenaRtl...21.86-.22 AsscdBanc.36f17.31+.23 Atmel...u8.34... AutoNavi...15.60-.32 Autodesk...u51.08+.84 AutoData1.92f80.63+.28 Auxilium...21.87+.50 AvagoTch1.00f53.23-.55 AvanirPhm...3.14-.03 AvisBudg...40.30+.20 Axcelis...2.47+.09 B/E Aero...83.23+.24 BG Med h...1.35+.02 BGC Ptrs.486.20... Baidu...u175.52-6.27 BallardPw...2.08-.19 BncFstOK1.2455.20+.09 BncpBnk...17.62-.81 BaxanoSrg...1.08-.05 Bazaarvce...8.25+.20 BedBath...69.75-9.93 Biocryst...u9.90+.50 BiogenIdc...289.75-.26 BioMarin...70.18+.39 BioScrip...7.43+.07 BlackBerry...8.72+.18 BloominBr...23.51-.05 BlueNile...42.66-2.38 BluebBio n...22.03+.60 BodyCentrl...3.95+.01 BonaFilm...6.45+.10 BreitBurn1.97f20.17+.05 Brightcove...11.64+.31 Broadcom.4429.35-.16 BroadSoft...26.98-1.91 BrcdeCm...u9.24+.21 BrukerCp...19.95+.03 BuffaloWW...146.43-5.06 CA Inc1.00u33.85+.26 CBOE.72a49.76-.26 CH Robins1.4056.55+.28 CME Grp1.80a77.10+.04 CTC Media.6412.78-.70 CadencePh...u10.28+.68 Cadence...14.32-.10 CaesarAc n...u13.55+.48 Caesars...23.03+.10 CalAmp...u30.56+.12 Callidus...u13.72+.02 Camtek h...4.25-.08 CdnSolar...36.91-1.52 CapFedFn.30a11.93-.01 CpstnTurb...u1.57+.12 Cardica...1.31+.23 CardiovSys...30.93-1.32 CareerEd...6.12+.02 Carrizo...42.33-.25 Catamaran...49.63+.97 Cavium...32.63-.69 Celgene...168.70+1.24 CelldexTh...23.12-.18 Cempra...u14.13+1.03 CEurMed...3.27-.06 CentAl...10.05+.08 Ceres...1.73+.06 Cerner s...55.02+.70 CerusCp...u7.25... ChartInds...92.19-1.66 CharterCm...136.01-.08 ChkPoint...u64.70+.13 ChemoCntx...6.39+.32 ChinaSun h...7.10-.07 ChiCache...14.26+.27 CinnFin1.6851.11+.22 Cintas.77fu59.37+.18 Cirrus...19.04-.56 Cisco.6822.09-.20 CitrixSys...60.35-.92 CleanEngy...12.21-.23 ClovisOnc...70.65+7.66 Cognex s.2237.29-.26 CognizTech...99.53-.42 ColemanC.20f26.16-.05 Comc spcl.7850.89... CommScp n...18.93-.06 CmcBMO.90u45.78+1.07 CommVlt...71.70-2.21 Compuwre.5010.84-.26 Comtech1.20f31.85+.27 ConatusP n...u9.80+3.56 Conns...72.24-1.76 CorinthC...1.72+.02 Costco1.24118.51+4.46 CowenGp...3.91+.04 Cree Inc...66.63+.84 Crocs...15.64-.07 Ctrip.com...40.49-4.02 CubistPh...69.98+1.01 CumMed...7.87-.13 Curis...2.96-.01 CypSemi.4410.14-.01 Cytori...2.85-.08 D-E-FDeckrsOut...88.11+2.21 Dndreon...2.91+.06 Dentsply.2548.91+.18 Depomed...u11.21+.19 Dest XL...6.13-.06 DexCom...u36.64+1.16 DiambkEn...45.52-2.09 DirecTV...u70.51+1.23 DiscComA...84.73+.12 DiscComC...78.44+.30 DishNetw h...56.48-1.48 DollarTree...56.43-.21 DonlleyRR1.0419.83+.01 DotHillSys...u4.00+.53 DragonW g...1.64+.01 DryShips...3.92-.16 Dunkin.7646.99-.53 DurectCp...u1.96+.11 DyaxCp...8.00+.02 E-Trade...u20.94+.23 eBay...52.07-.30 eHealth...u57.47+9.85 EV Engy3.08f32.52-.44 EagleBulk...3.85-.38 EaglRkEn.60m6.04-.05 EarthLink.205.35-.08 EstWstBcp.6034.38+.03 Ebix Inc...14.30-.67 8x8 Inc...10.82-.29 ElectArts...22.75-.56 EFII ...38.49+.37 EndoPhrm...69.02-.91 EnerNOC...u20.49-.56 EngyXXI.4824.49-.20 Enphase...7.59+.34 Entegris...11.12-.07 EntropCom...4.67-.05 Epizyme n...37.10+1.98 Equinix...177.49-2.80 Ericsson.43e11.93-.01 ExOne n...66.72+.80 Exelixis...7.19+.19 Expedia.6069.55-.76 ExpdIntl.6043.01+.02 ExpScripts...u72.38+1.35 ExtrmNet...u7.33+.16 F5 Netwks...88.06-1.31 FLIR Sys.3632.50-.40 Facebook...u57.22-1.01 FairchldS...13.26+.05 FairwayG n...d15.34-.97 Fastenal1.0046.59+.71 FedMogul...19.87-3.10 FifthStFin1.009.42+.10 FifthThird.48u21.32+.19 Finisar...23.82-.93 FinLine.2827.57-.22 FireEye n...57.90+.94 FstNiagara.3210.23-.09 FstSolar...52.11+.43 FstMerit.6422.70+.42 Fiserv s...58.61-.10 FiveBelow...43.59-1.43 Flextrn...7.72+.05 Fluidigm...u39.92+.77 Fortinet...19.47-.37 Fossil Grp...119.32+1.21 FosterWhl...30.85-.26 Francesca...18.08-.56 FreshMkt...38.65-2.19 FrontierCm.404.67-.08 FuelTech...7.92-.13 FuelCellE...1.63-.06 FultonFncl.3213.07+.02 G-H-IGT AdvTc...9.30-.17 GTx Inc...1.95+.21 GW Phm n...u47.00+8.94 Gam&Lsr n...37.75+.90 Garmin1.8044.87-.53 Gentex.5632.87+.03 GeronCp...5.23+.40 Gevo...1.33-.03 GileadSci s...74.30+.84 GlbSpcMet.2817.81-.03 GluMobile...4.29+.04 Gogo n...24.16+.24 GolLNGLtd1.8035.96-.65 Goodyear.20u25.22+.51 Google...1130.24-10.99 GrCanyEd...47.20+.10 GreenMtC1.0080.69+.10 GreenPlns.1619.20+.16 GrifolsSA.26eu38.75+1.90 Groupon...11.44-.34 GulfportE...52.83-1.19 HD Supp n...23.74+.55 HMS Hldgs...22.61+.08 Halozyme...u16.15+.39 HanwhaSol...3.26-.01 Hasbro1.6052.98-.74 HawHold...u10.27+.01 Healthwys...15.22+.25 HrtlndEx.0820.31+.25 HSchein...u117.53+.27 HercOffsh...6.03-.20 HighpwrInt...3.15+.36 HimaxTch.25e14.29+.14 Hologic...22.07-.01 Home Inns...40.07-3.36 HmeLnSvc1.8022.47+.16 HomeAway...40.96-.65 HorizPhm...8.59-.20 HudsCity.169.47+.08 HuntJB.6077.48+.33 HuntBncsh.20u9.77+.02 IAC Inter.9669.62-.71 IdexxLabs...108.98+.67 iRobot...38.21+.61 iShAsiaexJ1.06e57.71-.21 iShACWX1.25e45.63-.16 iSh ACWI1.09e56.82-.05 iShNsdqBio.07eu234.48+2.90 IconixBr...38.74-.24 IdenixPh...u7.05-.04 Illumina...u114.80+.83 ImunoGn...14.86+.05 Imunmd...5.18+.28 Imris g...1.96-.23 Incyte...u56.17+1.43 Infinera...9.51-.48 InfinityPh...12.61+.11 Informat...u42.81-.09 InnerWkgs...7.51-.19 Insulet...36.27-.60 Nasdaq National Market Mutual FundsIntgDv...10.18+.26 Intel.9025.31-.12 InteractB.40a22.89-.36InterceptP...u275.87+203.48InterMune...u16.57+1.44 Intersil.4810.80-.15 Intuit.7676.63+.19 IntSurg...386.78+6.32 IridiumCm...6.52+.02 IronwdPh...12.39+.16 Isis...u46.15+4.02 Ixia lf...12.01-.36 J-K-LJA Solar...10.05-.24 JDS Uniph...12.41-.75 JackInBox...48.11-.62 JamesRiv...1.31-.09 JazzPhrm...u136.07-1.75 JetBlue...u8.83-.17 JosABank...55.91+.04 KEYW Hld...17.83+.18 KLA Tnc1.8062.49+.19 KandiTech...13.11-.04 KiOR...1.65-.10 KongZhg...9.33+.21 KraftFGp2.1053.32+.07 Kulicke...12.92-.14 KytheraBio...39.56+3.55 LKQ Corp...32.04-.25 LPL Fincl.76u50.34+1.40 LSI Corp.1210.98-.01 LTX-Cred...8.53-.04 LamResrch...54.20+.02 LamarAdv...51.03-.47 Landstar.24a58.03+.58 Lattice...5.44+.08 Layne...18.60+2.03 LexiPhrm...1.84-.02 LibGlobA...88.95-.39 LibGlobC...84.08-.37 LibMed A n...140.06+.52 LibtyIntA...28.55-.41 LifeTech...75.89+.03 LifePtH...55.44+.08 LinearTch1.0445.25+.07 LinnEngy2.9032.31-.18 LinnCo2.9031.57-.31 Liquidity...21.25-.78 Logitech.23e13.79-.22 lululemn gs...d57.35-.67 M-N-0MaidenH.44f11.20-.23 MannKd...7.08+1.10 Marketo n...39.84-1.68 MarIntA.6848.99-.14 MarvellT.24u15.15+.18 Masimo...30.82-.44 Mattel1.4445.49-.20 MaximIntg1.0428.44-.34 MedAssets...20.20-.06 MediCo...38.36+.20 Medivation...u70.98+2.29 MelcoCrwn...u42.61-.38 Mellanox...39.13-.95 MemorialP2.20f21.99+.36 MercadoL.5798.52-.95 MergeHlth...d2.11-.20 MerrimkP...6.20+.23 Methanx.8058.80+.61 Microchp1.42fu45.22-.07 MicronT...23.24-.63 MicrosSys...u58.32-.23 MicroSemi...24.50-.40 Microsoft1.1235.53-.23 MillerHer.56f29.99+.68 Momenta...u19.56+.37 Mondelez.5635.36+.54 MonstrBev...67.55-.84 MontageT n...u22.14+2.54 Mylan...u45.10+.37 MyriadG...22.39+1.01 NII Hldg...2.22-.29 NPS Phm...u36.56+1.45 NXP Semi...43.06-.77 Nanosphere...2.66+.04 NasdOMX.5240.24+.06 NatusMed...24.21+.13 NektarTh...12.40+.23 NetApp.6040.65-.40 NetEase1.00eu79.77-2.63 Netflix...337.05-3.94 Netlist h....89+.05 Neurcrine...u18.29+.21 NYMtgTr1.086.81-.02 NewLead rs...1.50-.04 Newport...17.53-.15 NewsCpA n...17.34+.05 NewsCpB n...17.30+.06 Noodles n...35.74-.14 NorTrst1.24u61.49-.53 NorwCrL n...34.72+.40 Novavax...5.18+.02 NuanceCm...15.04-.20 NuPathe...4.38... Nvidia.34f15.75-.61 NxStageMd...11.56+.33 OReillyAu...132.49-.09 Oclaro...u2.68-.12 OldDomFrt...u53.69+.83 OldNBcp.4014.63+.02 OmniVisn...15.57-1.43 OnSmcnd...8.48-.06 OnTrack...3.54+.15 Oncothyr...1.84+.01 OpenTable...80.98+.27 OraSure...6.79-.19 Orexigen...6.27+.28 OriginAg...1.90-.03 P-Q-RPDC Engy...48.19-.90 PDL Bio.608.62+.08 PGT Inc...11.37-.03 PMC Sra...6.26-.07 PacWstBc1.00u43.75+.60 Paccar.80a59.00+.03 PacerIntl...8.93-.02 PacBiosci...5.08-.23 PacSunwr...3.43+.06 PaciraPhm...u65.00+4.87 PanASlv.5011.51-.17 PaneraBrd...177.33-4.41 Parexel...46.49+.23 Patterson.6441.29+.03 PattUTI.2024.88-.11 Paychex1.4044.53-.23 PnnNGm...13.05-.37 PennantPk1.1211.20-.05 PeopUtdF.65u15.59+.17 PerfectWld.45e20.79+.12 PerionNwk...13.29-.59 PetSmart.7868.63-.58 Pharmacyc...130.53+2.68 PilgrimsP...16.59+.47 Pixelwrks...5.47-.23 Polycom...11.64-.01 Popular...28.16+.21 PortfRec s...54.14-.05 PwShs QQQ.88e87.02-.29 PriceTR1.5283.29-.63 priceline...1153.69-3.81 PrivateB.0428.37+.13 ProUPQQQ...120.00-1.25 ProceraN...11.38-.37 PrognicsPh...6.06-.07 Proofpoint...35.37-.79 PrUPShQQQ...14.81+.18 ProspctCap1.3211.23+.01 QIAGEN...24.05-.35 QIWI n.61e54.41-1.96 QlikTech...27.16-.14 Qualcom1.4073.91+.23 Questcor1.2050.19-.31 QuickLog...4.42-.24 Qunar n...29.26-4.63 RF MicD...4.55-.21 Rambus...8.74-.31 Randgold.50fd59.29-1.96 RaptorPhm...14.51+.88 Receptos n...u35.50+3.97 Regenrn...267.62-5.88 RenewEn...10.63-.27 RentACt.92fd32.76-.38 Replgn...12.30-.47 Responsys...27.08-.04 RetailNot n...32.69+.46 RexEnergy...17.95-.24 RigelPh...3.15+.01 RiverbedT...19.54+.01 RockwllM...10.52+.47 RosettaR...46.35+.46 RossStrs.6874.65+.95 Rovi Corp...22.04+.33 RoyGld.84f48.22-.22 RubiconTc...11.21+.16 S-T-USBA Com...87.84-1.20 SEI Inv.44f34.56+.11 SLM Cp.6026.63+.17 SalixPhm...91.60+.65 SanDisk.9072.66-.79 SangBio...u18.88+5.23 Sanmina...16.30-.20 Sanofi rt....37+.00 Sapient...17.21-.20 SareptaTh...19.24+.89 Schnitzer.7528.40-1.66 SeagateT1.72f58.01-1.62 SearsHldgs...42.57-1.40 SeattGen...41.35+.31 SelCmfrt...17.23-.67 SemiLEDS...1.22-.05 Semtech...23.87-.25 Sequenom...2.64+.18 SvcSource...8.30-.02 ShandaGm...4.68+.16 Shutterfly...46.42-1.21 SierraWr...23.77-1.14 SigmaDsg...5.20+.47 SigmaAld.8693.36-.02 SilicnMotn.6013.90-.51 SilvStd g...7.06-.21 Sina...84.96-4.00 Sinclair.6035.69-.80 SiriusXM...3.79+.02 Skullcandy...u7.66-.20 Sky-mobi...4.69+.44 SkyWest.1613.92-.94 SkywksSol...27.72-.20 SmithWes...u14.96+.70 SodaStrm...50.08-.26 Sohu.cm...75.89-2.66 SolarCity...u67.49+1.31 Solazyme...10.38-.16 SoltaMed...2.93+.01 SonicCorp...19.51+.32 Sonus...2.85-.04 Spectranet...u26.00+.51 SpectPh...8.54+.06 SpiritAir...48.07+1.37 Splunk...74.58-.33 Sprouts n...38.20-.25 Staples.4815.14-.47 StarScient...1.05+.01 Starbucks1.04f77.60-.43 Starz A...29.55-.16 StlDynam.4419.11-.11 SMadden s...34.52+.56 Stratasys...133.25+.04 SungyMo n...21.08-.89 SunPower...32.79-.24 support.cm...2.86-.02 SusqBnc.3212.79+.04 SwisherH h....56-.06 Symantec.6023.51+.17 Synaptics...53.53+.28 SynrgyPh...5.60+.10 Synopsys...u40.94+.16 SyntaPhm...5.82-.06 SynthEn h....79+.06 TCP Cap1.4417.44+.35 TTM Tch...8.26-.16 tw telecom...30.55+.06 TakeTwo...17.67-.13 TASER...17.79-.14 Tesaro...26.93+.86 TeslaMot...147.53-3.75 TxCapBsh...u62.62+.68 TexInst1.2043.06-.23 TexRdhse.4826.91+.02 Theravnce...37.18+.27 Thoratec...36.36+.61 TibcoSft...22.18-.57 TileShop...17.91-.10 TiVo Inc...13.16-.11 TowerGp lf.662.73-.14 TractSup s.5276.70+.35 TradeSt rt....05-.06 TrimbleN s...33.58+.07 TripAdvis...85.17+.02 TriQuint...8.18-.01 TriStCap n...13.43+.72 TuesMrn...14.10-.30 21stCFoxA.2533.50-.89 21stCFoxB.2532.59-1.21 21Vianet...u23.03-.25 USA Tech h...2.36+.10 Ubiquiti...44.37-2.63 UltaSalon...92.29-1.88 UltraClean...10.71-.03 Umpqua.60a18.93-.02 Unilife...4.55-.06 UtdCmBks...u18.81+.90 UtdNtrlF...72.24-3.29 UtdOnln rs.6013.35+.32 UtdTherap...108.74-.96 UnivDisp...34.27-1.03 UrbanOut...38.01+.14 V-W-X-Y-ZVCA Ant...u32.57+.59 VOXX Intl...14.00-2.99 ValueClick...22.84+.04 VandaPhm...12.08-.08 VangNatR2.49u29.99+.47 VanSTCpB1.60e79.74-.01 VeecoInst...35.99+1.65 Verisign...u60.98-.26 Verisk...63.14-.22 VertxPh...76.32+1.09 ViacomA1.2086.13-.71 ViacomB1.2086.00-.67 Vical...1.24-.04 VimpelCm1.59e12.07-.27 ViroPhrm...49.89+.09 Virtusa...34.12-.88 Vivus...9.08-.07 Vodafone1.61e38.84+.06 Volcano...23.22+.65 Web.com...31.44-.68 WebMD...u44.25+.53 Wendys Co.208.40-.01 WDigital1.20f84.92-1.49 WstptInn g...19.93-.79 WetSeal...2.58-.14 WholeFd s.48f53.50-.47 Windstrm1.007.95-.06 WisdomTr...17.46+.11 Wynn4.00au204.77-.52 XOMA...u8.17+1.01 Xilinx1.0045.78-.13 YRC Wwde...15.67-2.99 YY Inc...60.96-2.42 Yahoo...40.92-.10 Yandex...u44.22+1.97 Yongye n...6.53+.06 ZeltiqAes...u20.11-.07 Zillow...87.06-2.13 ZionBcp.1630.22+.22 Zix Corp...4.66-.22 Zogenix...u4.02+.14 Zulily n...42.99+1.30 Zumiez...24.20-1.98 Zynga...4.12-.06 12-mo Name NAV Chg%RtnNameDivLastChg Mutual Fund Footnotes: b Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f front load (sales charges). m Multiple fees are charged, usually a marketing fee and either a sales or redemption fee. NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week.Source:Morningstar and the Associated Press.

PAGE 15

C1DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014AroundtheBlock352-365-8203 features@dailycommercial.com REMINISCE: Rawlings, Prescott reach the end of their journey / C3 www.dailycommercial.comEUSTIS | LCM THIRFT STORE THE VILLAGES | RENAISSANCE FAIRE BUSHNELL | DADE BATTLEFIELD REENACTMENTMELINDA RABIN and CHRIS JONES CARL ASH and DARREN GRAVES DAVID DOYLE JEFF GRZELAK HERODISE RAGIN EDDIE RICCI HILDA PATTON MARY SAMSU PETER GERARDI RHEA HENDRIX DARLENE WOLF CASEY SELLERS Whether at home, while shopping, or just enjoying Lake and Sumter counties with your friends and neighbors, youve been ...SPOTTEDPHOTOS BY THERESA CAMPBELL PHOTOS BY CINDY DIAN PHOTO BY BRETT LE BLANC

PAGE 16

C2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 TODAYMOUNT DORA CENTER FOR THE ARTS GALLERY HOST BIG BAD WAX EX -HIBIT: A national juried encaustic exhibit with 35 artists work dis -played through March 2. Call 352-383-0880 for details. INTRODUCTION TO YOUR KINDLE OFFERED AT THE MARIANNE BECK MEMO -RIAL LIBRARY: At 10 a.m., Howey-in-the-Hills. Register for this class at www.mylakelibrary.org.WINTER BIRD WALK AT DADE BATTLEFIELD STATE PARK: From 10 a.m. to noon, 7200 County Road 603 in Bushnell. Cost is $3 entry per car into park up to eight people. For reserva-tions, call 352-793-4781. AMERICAN LEGION POST 219 MONTHLY FISH FRY: From 4 to 7 p.m. at the Post, 194 W. Foun-tain St., Fruitland Park. $7 per person. Call 352-787-2338 for informa -tion. FRIDAY NIGHT JAZZ AT THE LAKESIDE INN MOUNT DORA: From 7 to 10 p.m., with trio Johny Carlsson on piano, Barry Smith on drums and Larry Jacoby on bass. ARTISANS ON FIFTH SHARON REPPLE AND STEVE SAILORS OPENING: From 6 to 8 p.m., 134 E. Fifth Ave., Mount Dora. In conjunction with the monthly Mount Dora Art Stroll. Go to www.artisansonfth.com for details. SATURDAY LOW COST PET VACCI -NATION CLINIC: From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Hendrix Feed and Fence, 35042 County Road 437, Eustis. Call 352-589-6393. THE VILLAGES MA SONIC LODGE NO. 394 INSTALLATION OF OFFI CERS: At 2 p.m., Wild wood Masonic Lodge. Call Victor Campbell at 352-430-1225.NORTH LAKE DETACH -MENT MARINE CORPS LEAGUE S.O.S. BREAK FAST: Serving sausage gravy and biscuits, at 8 a.m., Detachment Hall, County Road 468 and Marcella Way in Lees burg. Call Bill Bell at 352-589-0454 for de -tails. GRANVILLE BEVILLE 2234 IN BUSHNELL MEET -ING: At 10 a.m., at mem -ber home. Call Carol Tomlinson at 352-516-5720 or Joyce White at 352-793-8119 for infor -mation. WINTER WARM-UP GIVEAWAY AT SOUTH 14TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST: From 8 a.m. to noon, 1505 S. 14th St., Leesburg, for the needy and homeless. Call the church at 352-787-4019 for details or to make a donation. SUNDAY SUNDAY NITE DANCE: At 6 p.m., American Legion Post 347, corner of County Road 466 and Rolling Acres Rd.,in Lady Lake. Music by Starburst Band, 7 to 10 p.m. $10. Call 352-304-8672.MUSICAL MATINEE FUNDRAISER FOR LAKE COUNTY FOLK FESTI VAL: At 2:30 p.m., with Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen, at the Trout Lake Nature Center, 521 E. County Road 44 in Eustis. $10 donation. RSVP to leffmusic@ comcast.net, or call the center at 352-357-7536 for information. SECOND SUNDAY DIN -NER AT LEESBURG MA SONIC LODGE NO. 48 A&FM: From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., 200 Ritchey Rd. in Leesburg. Adults $9, age 14 and younger $4. Call 352-787-5696 for reservations. MONDAY BEGINNER GENEALOGY CLASSES AT THE LIBRARY: From 1 to 4 p.m., today, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3, at the Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. Pre-reg -istration is required by calling 352-728-9790, ext. 3560. Cost is $15. FLORIDA ATTOR NEY GENERAL CAN DIDATE PERRY THUR -STON GUEST: At 6 p.m., speaking at the Greater Leesburg Democratic Club meeting, Lees burg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. Call Louis Ward at 352-552-7540 for details. THE VILLAGES MASONIC LODGE NO. 394 MEETING: Luncheon at 1:30 p.m., meeting at 2:30 p.m., Wildwood Masonic Lodge. For information, call Victor Campbell at 352-430-1225.TODDLER STORY HOUR AT THE LIBRARY: At 10:30 a.m. Bring your toddlers, ages 0-4 for an hour of reading and singing with Jen nifer. Marianne Beck Memorial Library, in Howey-in-the-Hills, call 352-324-0254. TUESDAYTAVARES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JANU ARY NETWORKING LUN CHEON: From noon to 1 p.m., Olivias Coffee -house & Bistro, 108 N. Bay St. in downtown Eu -stis. For RSVP and infor -mation, email jeff@tav areschamber.com.BUILD YOUR BONES OS -TEOPOROSIS PREVENTION 3-PART SERIES BEGINS TODAY: From 10 a.m. to noon, Lake County Ex -tension Service, 1951 Woodlea Rd., Tavares. Registration required at: http://bones2014.eventbrite.com, or call 352-343-4101, ext. 2719. Cost is $10. THE VILLAGES SHRINE CLUB MEETING: Dinner at 6 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m., Orchid room, Hi -biscus Recreation Cen -ter, The Villages. Guests should bring a side dish to pass. Call Ken John -son at 352-259-4334 for information. TAVARES SHUFFLE -BOARD CLUB LESSONS: Every Tuesday and Sat -urday at 1 p.m., equip -ment provided, tourna ments and more, at 150 E. Caroline St. in Tava -res. Call 352-343-1205 for information. WEDNESDAYTRIANGLE BOAT CLUB LUNCH BUNCH TRIP: To Palm Garden restau rant. Meet at the Club in Tavares at 10:30 a.m. and guests can drive or boat to the restaurant. Call 352-533-8398. EUSTIS MEMORIAL LIBRARY LEGO OPEN HOUSE: From 3:30 to 5 p.m., 120 N. Center St. All ages welcome, under age 7 need to be accom -panied by an adult. Call 352-357-0896.CHAPTER 662 OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ACTIVE & RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION MEETING: At 11 a.m., at the IHOP restaurant, 10332 U.S. Highway 441 in Lees -burg.CANASTA EVERY WEDNESDAY IN JANUARY: From 2 to 5 p.m. Cards provided and snacks welcome, at the Mari -anne Beck Memorial Li-brary in Howey-in-the-Hills. Call 352-324-0254.LC SWING BAND BENE -FIT CONCERT: At 7 p.m., Lake Miona Recreation Center, 1526 Buena Vista Blvd., The Vil lages. Benefits SOZO Kids. Tickets are $15 at 352-750-5411. Go to www.sozokids.org for details. KINSEEKERS GENEA -LOGICAL SOCIETY MEET -ING: At 1 p.m., Leesburg Public Library, guests are Jerry Peacock, Sons of the Confederacy; Sandra Mott, United Daughters of the Con -federacy and Bob Gre-nier, author and histo -rian. For information, call Steve Offutt at 352633-4113.LAKE COUNTY RE TIRED EDUCATORS AND SCHOOL-RELATED PER-SONNEL MEETING: At 10 a.m., Tavares Civic Cen -ter, 100 E. Caroline St. Call 352-315-0966 for details. THURSDAYTEEN DUCT TAPE CLUB MAKING FLIP FLOPS: From 6 to 7 p.m., Eustis Memorial Library, 120 N. Center St. For sixth graders and older. Call 352-357-5686. INCREDIBLE EDIBLES PREPARATION WORKSHOP AT DADE BATTLEFIELD STATE PARK: Prepare and eat wild edibles, from 7 to 9 p.m., 7200 County Road 603 in Bushnell. Cost is $3 entry per car into park up to eight people. Reservations at 352-793-4781. FREE EXPLORING WIN -DOW 8 AT THE LEESBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY: From 2 to 4 p.m., 100 E. Main St., Leesburg, a basic overview of Windows 8. Call 352-728-9790, or e mail librarian@ leesburgflorida.gov to pre-register and for de tails. WESTERN HOEDOWN BALLROOM DANCE: Free lesson at 7 p.m., general ballroom dancing to 10 The rst of January always has me do ing a little remi niscing on the porch steps. First of all, I think about my dad and the house he built for my siblings and I to grow up in. It was a lit tle one-and-a-half sto ry bungalow that had a mortgage of about $900. That seems an amazing price to pay for a house when you look at todays prices. Ours sat on a hill that served as the main street in North Apollo, and all the folks who lived up above us walked by to get to the grocery store, the post ofce and the streetcar line that went up and down Route 66 between Apollo and Leechburg and Vander grift in those days. The hill was unpaved and covered with cinders, which every little girl ended up with on her knees at some time or other. My dad knew every one in town, and they stopped by to talk on their way down the hill. The conversation covered most anything that was happening around our Kiskiminitas Valley. That is why this column has been called From the Porch Steps since its conception more than 20 years ago. In my mood of reminiscence, I took out some old les of my column and began to read them. The most interesting ones were about people I knew and admired. Jim Long was one of the rst people I wrote about. I wrote to help me accept his passing, as he was a dear friend. Jim was a big, rangy cowboy of a man with a penchant for impossible ventures and interesting women. He was stubborn and had a mindset you couldnt budge with a backhoe, but to know him was to love him. He had deep-set blue eyes and huge eyebrows that gave him the look of an owl about to pounce, but his engaging smile and habit of calling every woman hon dispelled the gloomier aspect of his nature. Jim Long accepted everyone as his friend and would talk for hours to folks he had just met. He was interested in education and would drag me to every Lake County Education Board meeting and make me sit through all the long and boring deliberations. He was born in Louisiana, the son of a cattle rancher, and spent much of his childhood on the back of a horse. He taught me never to say I cant. I could write a whole column on the things we two old folks accomplished together, tearing down old houses. Many of you may still remember Capt. Toby Williamson of the Leesburg Fire Department. I wrote a farewell column about Williamson when he succumbed to cancer a number of years ago. There were many in Lake County who mourned him. I met Williamson at Leesburg Toastmasters. When Toby Williamson graduated from high school, he joined the National Park Rangers as a reghter. He spent a lot of time while in the Rangers on the Lisbon Fire Tower where he read a lot of books about Florida by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Marjorie Douglas. Williamson, his lovely wife Caroline and their two daughters were environmentalists and studied Native American lore. They spent their free time camping and hiking in Floridas outdoors. I discovered Williamsons talent as a songwriter and folk singer when I asked him to perform for the Leesburg Toastmasters at my swearing in as president. He played guitar while he sang his own songs about the environment. I asked Williamson what he thought was the best thing we could to for Floridas ecology. He just shook his head and his usually pleasant face became glum as he said, Nina, every good farmer knows that when you put too many cows in a pasture, you ruin the pasture. Im afraid we have already ruined the pasture. Many older residents of Lake County remember Norma Hendricks. I had the honor of writing a column about that great lady who held court at her desk amid a cloud of cigarette smoke for so many years in the Leesburg Commercial newsroom. Everyday we looked forward to the short column she wrote and her picture with yet another crazy hat. She was so much a part of the Commercial that when I go in those hallowed halls today I still expect to see her ghost wandering between the desks and the Volkswagen she drove when she went out on a police call sitting in the parking lot. About ve years ago I called for an inter view at the apartment of Rev. John Annos, a well-known Abraham Lincoln impersonator. When his wife Lenore opened the door, I expected to be there for perhaps a half hour. Two hours later I reluctantly said my goodbyes. Rev. Annos had just celebrated his 105th birthday by giving a 45-minute talk about his life. I discovered that he received his rst parish the year I was born. What a remarkable and enter taining gentleman. He gave his last perfor mance just before he was to celebrate his 110th birthday. Central Florida is blessed with many interesting folks. I hope I am able to write about many more of them. I hope you meet some of them this year, and I wish you a blessed new year.Nina Gilfert can be reached at ninagilfert@yahoo.com. NINA GILFERTFROM THE PORCH STEPS Just a little first-of-the-year reminiscing COMMUNITY CALENDARSEE EVENTS | C3

PAGE 17

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C3 We left Marjorie Kinnan Raw lings and her good friend and trav el mate Dess Prescott on the northeast bor der of Lake County near Astor at the end of November. The bor der is formed by the St. Johns River as it ows into Lake George, Flor idas second largest lake. They will soon be done with their St. Johns adventure. Rawlings wrote about their journey along the St. Johns River in chapter 22 of her book Cross Creek. The chapter was titled Hyacinth Drift. The plan was to cross 14-mile long Lake George early in the morning before the wind rose. They looked for a place to pull in and make camp. There was scarcely a patch of ground large enough to step out on, wrote Rawlings. They found several shing shacks on stakes in the area where the river joined the lake. Only one stood on enough ground to offer camping facilities, continued Rawlings. We poled through the hyacinths and called from the rickety small dock. A sullen-faced woman spoke curtly from the doorway. We could see the interior of the shack. There were pallets on the oor; a table; a chair or two. A dirty child peered from her skirts. We were not wanted here, it was plain, but she was a squatter, with no right to refuse us. Dess and I debated the matter in low voices. The woman, the place, seemed to me preferable to the dark swamp to which we must return. But the wind was freshening from the west. Even now, hyacinths were piling in behind us. Dess was concerned about the hyacinths blocking their journey the next day and said shed rather sleep with a moccasin over each shoulder than get stuck in a hyacinth block. While the movie Deliverance hadnt yet been lmed, the scene that greeted them when they decided to look elsewhere for camp could have come straight from that movie. The child theyd encountered began clapping his hands and shrilly chanted, Theyre going away! Theyre going away! It caused Rawlings to wonder what had happened to the woman and child to know fear and show hatred of strangers. They had gone back several miles while looking for a suitable campsite at twilight. When we landed at the only promising opening, we found a comfortable square of high ground, wrote Rawlings. As we were making camp three shermen hailed us excitedly. They asked if Rawl ings and Prescott were the women who had put in at Fort Christmas almost a week ear lier. The women were told word had been sent down the river via shermen express to watch for them and to report their safety. The shermen were camped across the river from Rawlings and Prescott and had cut a trail into the swamp to their spot of sound dry earth. Their campre was a welcome sight all night long. Their route the next day was simple, north by east. But the day light also brought fog, and when it cleared a light wind came from the west. Boats twice our size had been in trouble on Lake George, wrote Rawlings. Its squalls were notably danger ous. It seemed needlessly heroic to deny ourselves the comfort of the sight of land. We had no intention of hugging the safe shore, so we compromised on the west channel. We left the great channel markers behind and a gust of wind twisted our stern. There was a half hour when the haze threatened to obscure all visible shore lines. Then Draytons Island lifted ahead. Theyd reached the north end of Lake George, on the west side of the St. Johns main channel in Putnam County. The heavily wooded island is privately. During the days when steamboats plied the St. Johns, Drayton Island was a scheduled stop for tourists. A hotel was built in 1875 and burned not too much later. A small community was established and several homes that still exist were built. Prior to 1865, cotton and other export crops were grown on the island. Orange groves also produced prize fruit. Hog Island, a smaller island is west of Drayton Island, which is 1,700 acres. The island was developed as a plantation when William Drayton Sr., a migrant from South Car olina, bought it and other properties in Florida. The island is located across the river from a marina in Georgetown. The Drayton Island Ferry is one of three left on the river. It holds two cars at a time and serves the small islands population. Residents of the island petitioned for the establishment of a fer ry service in 1939. The original ferry barge sank at its moorings on Jan. 12, 1956. It was salvaged and returned to service and later replaced. The ferry is currently operated by Putnam County, which charges a $10 toll for passage to the privately owned island. The ladies were about halfway across Lake George when the weather began getting rougher. Wind was blowing the whitecaps off the waves. Fortunately it was behind them. With both arms braced against the steering handle of the motor, Dess kept the boat headed when water that rolled like surf lifted our stern, wrote Rawlings. The propeller churned high out of the water. When it dropped again the boat lunged and turned. The distant shore seemed stationary. We passed the north point of Draytons Island, where the main channel joined the west, with the lake boiling after us. At the rst sheltered dock we stopped to rest and an old Negro gave us fresh drinking water. We had been some two and a half hours in crossing the lake. They were near ing the end of their St. Johns River adventure. The river resumed its broad quiet way as though it had left no tumult behind it, continued Rawlings. It had the dignity of age, was not now in that dark hurry to reach the sea. At Welaka one after noon we left the hyacinths swirling leisurely and turned up our home river, the Ocklawaha. I thought in a panic, I shall never be happy on land again. I was afraid once more of all the painful circumstances of living. Soon Rawlings was back at her beloved Cross Creek. And she wasnt worried about being discontented while on land. But when the dry ground was under us, the world no longer uid, I found a forgotten loveliness in all the things that have nothing to do with men, she wrote. Beauty is pervasive, and lls, like perfume, more than the object that contains it. Because I had known intimately a river, the earth pulsed under me. The Creek was home. Oleanders were sweet past bear ing, and my own shabby elds, weed-tangled, were newly dear. I knew, for a moment, that the only nightmare is the masochistic human mind. Epilogue next week.Rick Reed is a columnist who lives in Mount Dora. To reach him, call 352-3831458, or send an email to ricoh007@aol.com. rfn ttbt f bftJANUARY 13, 2014 11:00 AM 2:00 PMLEESBURG COMMUNITY CENTER 109 E. DIXIE AVE. VENETIAN GARDENSLooking for a Cruise Bargain? Whats new for 2014? Find your next vacation!Join us for our 25th Annual Travel Showcase featuring representatives from these Cruise Lines, Tour Companies, and Area AttractionsGlobus Tours A-Rosa Cruises Carnival Cruises Norwegian Cruises Celebrity Cruises Azamara Cruises Hurst Transportation Pacific Delight Tours Princess Cruises Viking River Cruises Disney Cruises Florida Tour Connection Travel Insured International Oceania Cruises Victory Casino Cruises Monograms Independent Travel Yankee Holidays Cunard Cruises Holland American Cruises MSC Italian Cruises Royal Caribbean Cruises Avalon River Cruises Cosmos Tours Disney Resorts Amtrak VactionsLANDSEAIR TRAVELYour Vacation Specialist Since 1964 PRESENTED BY: Landseair Travel Celebrating 50 Years 1964 2014 JANUARY EVENTS: STRAWBERRY U-PICK (Weds & Saturdays) 11thWINTER MAZE ADVENTURE DAY 17th-NIGHT MAZE AND MOVIE ON THE FARM26216 CR 448, Mt. Dora 352-383-1792 TUES-SAT: MARKET/10:00-5:00 CAFE/10:00-2:00* *NEW WINTER HOURS* Scott's Country Market is re-opening on Tuesday, January 7th! Bring in this ad for a free head of cabbage with $10 minimum of market purchases. Good through January. For more details on January events please check out our website www.longandscottfarms.com Follow us on Facebook Rawlings, Prescott reach the end of their journey SUBMITTED PHOTO The St. Johns River Ferry landing and loading area in Welaka is where one of the three ferries left on the St. Johns River. RICK REEDREMINISCE p.m. Cost is $8 for members, $10 for non-members, Leesburg Community Center, 109 W. Dixie Highway. Go to www.usadance8106.org or call 352-793-2707.ONGOING SUMTER LANDING BICY -CLE CLUB SMART CYCLE RIDES: From 10 a.m. to noon, SeaBreeze Recre -ation Center, 2384 Buena Vista Blvd., The Villages. The Villages residents only. For details call Jack Logomarsino at 352-430-5487. PRAYER BREAKFAST AND NEW YEAR INSPIRATION: From 7:30 to 9 a.m., Leesburg Community Building, Ve -netian Gardens. Dwight Bain, author and life coach is the guest. Call 352-326-8400 for reservations and $10 tickets. FRIENDS OF THE UMATILLA LIBRARY OFFER QUILT CLASSES FOR BEGIN -NERS: At 1:30 p.m., held at the library and will run for five weeks for a do-nation of $15. Project will include small quilts and wall hangings. Call 352-669-3284 for information. EVENTSFROM PAGE C2

PAGE 18

C4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014

PAGE 19

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C5

PAGE 20

C6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 561 SalonMarlenes HairFull Service Salon 352-343-3663 Color, Hair Cut & Conditioner Reg. $7500Now $5500Ladys Hair Cut Reg. $2000Now $1200Call Lilly to schedule one of these specials Affordable ~ Seniors Welcome Marlenes Dollar StoreSouthridge Plaza DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend of two years, Clint, recently brought a large framed picture of his deceased wife into our home. He placed it on his dresser in front of framed photos of us together. His wife died three years ago. We are living together in a condo Clint bought for me. He made it clear from the beginning that he didnt want to move me into her house. Clint also still wears his wedding ring. He carries guilt and doesnt seem to have made closure. I told him I dont feel comfortable with her picture looking at us. He doesnt think there should be a problem. Should I move on? IN THE SHADOWS DEAR IN THE SHADOWS: That Clint still wears his wedding ring tells me he may not have accepted his wifes death. How sad for him. Ask him to move his wifes picture to a room other than the bedroom because, while he doesnt think its creating a problem, it is creating one for YOU. If he cant bring himself to do that and join a grief support group then you should consider moving on. DEAR ABBY: Enough with the problems! Its time you printed a positive letter. Im an active, friendly senior who lives alone, but Im not lonely. I have many friends of all ages and a devoted family. Why? Because as I traveled through many states during my life, I reached out to people along the way. The saying, If you want a friend, be a friend, is true. If we want friends, we cant sit back and wait for people to come to us. Smile, speak up, pay a sincere compliment just communicate! If you do, the majority of people will respond positively. I socialize with people my age in church circles, card clubs and dining-out groups who cant understand why Im always so busy. They dont reach out except to people they already know. As people get older, that group is constantly shrinking. Join a religious group, community clubs and organizations. Volunteer to read at schools and libraries. Visit a senior group or center. Many people of all ages fear they wont be accepted. But if they show up with a friendly attitude, they will be. You have to contribute whether its with a smile, an opening remark or some other welcoming gesture. I served in the military, taught Sunday school, led Girl Scouts, garden clubs, church and neighborhood groups while following my husband through eight states and raising three children. My husband was often away in his business, but we had a strong, supportive marriage. He joined me in many activities when he could be home. I think many people have forgotten we must give in or der to get. When we reach out to others, most of the time those people reach back. NOT LONELY IN WOODSTOCK, ILL. DEAR NOT LONELY: Its easy to see why you have a wide circle of friends. Your positive ener gy leaps off the page. There are two types of people in the world: those who come into a room and their attitude says, Here I am! and those who come into a room and their attitude says, There you are! You are one of the latter. If people want a warm welcome, they should keep in mind that the happier they are to see others, the happier others will be to see them.Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.Comics&Diversions LUANN MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM MUTTS ZITS GARFIELD FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE B.C. ROSE IS ROSE HEATHCLIFF PEANUTS www.dailycommercial.com Dear AbbyJEANNE PHILLIPS Portrait of mans late wife clouds couples life together

PAGE 21

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C7 SNUFFY SMITH HAGAR THE HORRIBLE BEETLE BAILEY BABY BLUES BLONDIE PHANTOM PICKLES SHOE DILBERT DENNIS THE MENACE FAMILY CIRCUS How to play: Fill in the blank squares with the numbers 1 through 9 so that each horizontal row, vertical column and ninesquare sub-grid contains no repeated numbers. Puzzles range in difculty from one to six stars. The solution to todays puzzle will be in tomorrows paper. YESTERDAYS SOLUTION

PAGE 22

C8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014

PAGE 23

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D1 rfnt rfntbrr rrrrrrrrrrrff ntbrrrrrrrrrff ntrrrrrrrrrrff rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrff bbrrrrrrrrrrrrff nbrrrrrrrrrrrff rrrrrrrff rrrrff nrrrrff ttbrrrfff rrrrrrrrrrrrff rrrrrrrrrff rf rf ntrf brbtfrfrf nrtbrf rfnrtbntb nn rrfnf nfb nrrrb nfrnf rnbfn nnfb b frrfb n brtrtbtrrbbbtb bbrtrbbrrr tbbtbbtrbtbtbtrrfnt rfntbtbfb btft bfftffbfbfbfbf fttf tftff tbfttfr tfb tft tn fttftbtfb t ft bf f tbtbf tbbtftb ttnt rfbrff ntbbt bfbrtbfffb ftffftff tfbbbbfbff tbt f b trtfbftbft bt bff rtrrfftft tbfrtbfftftf fbbfb bt tbntffbf bttbf bfbffbft btbttfr trtfbtftfft tfb tbt n n tbf n btbf rtbfft tbtbf fbfbt ffff tfbtbtbf tttfff fftbfttft bfffntbff fttbttb ftrftftffbf tttfnbf brrftffb ttbtbfff nn n brbtbtbbffbf rfttbfftbf rrfbtftff bbfttfbt tfft tfftf ff rf nn f t t r b f t t f b t b t t f b b f r t f r t f b f r b t b f f t f b f f f f r b f t b t f t b t b f t f f b t f t f f f t f b f t f t b f f n t b f f t t t r b t f t f t f t r r t t b t f r b b f b f t f b f f t r r t t b f t b t t t b r t t tbt tbf n nn n n n nn n n btbf ftfbttbff tfbtbftf fbftft ttnbtf ttftbff btfbtfbbftbf ffntbftt btfb rrf n r f t n n n n n t t r b f t t f b t b t t f b b f r t f r t f b f r b t b f f t f b f f f f r b f t b t f t b t b f t f f b t f t f f f t f b f t f t b f f n t b f f t t t r b t f t f t f t r r t t b t f r b b b f t f b f f f t r r t t b f t b t t t b r t t tbbtf tbft rff tbf tbt tbttttbb rtfbtf ftb tbf nttf tfrtb btbt t trtfbn t trtfbn ntbbfbf ftft btbf btbf tfttb rbf ftftrtbb ttbftbbft tfbbtffbf tftbr bfftbbbfrrf ftbf

PAGE 24

D2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 rf nrtbt rfnt rf fntbfbbf tnf b fnnt f nfn n fff fff fbbb b n n r f n f f nfn fbfn fbn nnbbn n f ffnf fftftbf fbtfff n nfft fbb bfbn bfnf bfffbfbb bn fff bf rr fnbffbt brnb b f bnn n bn n n r bfr n f f nfn nn bfn fbt f bn nnbbn n f f fftftbf ff nnb f tn fbtfff n bbbbf ftfbff fbbbbf bfnbb ntnffff bnnb b f fbnn fn n f n rb fffnb n f f r f nfn fbfn bt f bnnnbbn n f r f fnff ftftbf f tn fbtfff n n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f f f b f r r f n b f f b t b r n b b fbt bnn f n ntt bn n n r bfr n f f r f nfn fbfn bt f bnnnbbn n f r f fnff ftftbf f tn fbtfff n nfft fbb bfbn bfnf bfffb fbb bnf ffb fr rf nbffbtbrn bb f bnn f n ntt bn n n r bfr n rr r f bftnfn nnbfn bt fbnbfn btfbnf bnnn bfffn nfbtf ntbfftft bff nnnf ff t fbf fnnff ff fnfbf f ff bnn f n nf n ftn rr r r n f f nfn nbfn f bnn nbbn rf ffftf tbf n nnfff fbtff fn n f f t f b b b b n b f n f b f f f b f b b n f f n b n b n n b r f f fn f ff n b r r b f b f f n n f f f f f n f b f f f f fb nfb f nftb bff ffbbf ffff fbtnn ftfr t ffbf fnfffff f fr nfn bt f bnnnbbn n fbn fb nft frn fftftbf tn fbtff fn n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f f f b f r r f n b f b n b b n f n b r r n f f f r f bftnfn nbfn fbnft bnnn ffnn fbtf r bf bn tnnbfnfb ntbff tftbf f t t f n n n f f t n ffbf fnnff ff fnfbf f fbt bnn f n b r ffn n fr ffb ff b bf n ftfnn nfbn ff f fnb ntr rff ntbfb bfbn fnt fn b fn fn n f b r fr nfn fb fbnbfn tf bnn nbbn n bnnfft bftn nnnftt fff bbb nf fbtff n fbf fnnff ff fnfbf f n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f n n b f r f f t n f b n b n b n b f b t f b n b f f f f n b b f bt f fbb fn n f f nfn nn bfn b t f bn nn f ffftf tbff fnnnf f n t n fbt fff n b b b b f f t f b f f f b b b b f b f n b b n t n f f f f b n n b b f b t fbnn ff fn n f n r n f r r f nfn nnbfn tf bnn nbbn nfn fftft bfnnnff ff bbb nftn fbt fffn n f n t f n b b b n t b b f n f f n f n f b b f n t b b f n fbf fnnff f fnfbf f fbt fn f n r n f f t f b b b f b n b f n f b f f f b f b b b n f n n n f f r f f t n f b n b n b n b f b t f b n b f f f f n b b n ft bf ff bff ff bnnn tfffbff bf fffff fff ffft bfb ffbfff bffbf bfntfnf bffbn bfb ffbfff bffnfbf fbn r fntbfbf fff f f r r fb b fb fff n bf ff bff ff bnnn tfffbf f fffff ff ffft bfb ffbfff bffbf bfntfnf bffbn bfb ffbfff bffnfbf fbn r fntbfbf f n ff nf b n

PAGE 25

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D3 r f ntb nb f n ff ffff r fff ff ttn f btntttnb tbbtbntbttt nntbbttt bbtbb nttbtnttb btntn r f f r bbbn tttn tnbtttntbt tntntbn f t n t t t b b t n b b b t t b b b n t f t n b t tnbnttnt nnbtntbtt btbtnbttbtn ttnntn ttnt tnbbtt r tbtb nfbtn tt nnft b btbntfttnnb b r f rr fr f f ff rfffff ffff fff ff ttn f frnb tbftb btbnttttt tttntb btbbt btb bttttbtb ntbttntbnb btt tbbbntbnbb tnftttnb btt bftnttbtbb tntbtnntbt tb f f f f fr bbbnbtt ttn tnbttnt nnbtntbtt btbtnbttbtn ttnntn ttnt f f f b t t n b n b t t n b b b b t b t n b t t b t t t b b n b b b t b n b b t n n n t t n t b b b b t t b t b n b t b b b n t b f t t t n b t t b t t n n t b t b n t t b t t b t t b t t n b b t t t b t t n t t t t n t n n n b t t b b t t fbnb ttt ntt r ffrf b f tbttnbnnb bttttn bnnbtnbb tntbfttttn bbn ntt bnnbbntttnnt btttbtb ttnttbtbtn tnttbnnbt ntttbttt tttnbnb fttttnbbt tt tbttnbnnb ttbbbtt bnnbtnbb tntbfttbn nbbtttbt ntbtbb t r f f f f f f f r f f f f r f f f f f f f r f f r f f f r r f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f r f f f f f f f r f f f f f f f f tntbttbt ttttnt tntbftttnt nbbttbt bt fftnbttnb ttnbtt bnnbtntbt bnttnttttt tbbtbttnbn bntntttbtnt ttbbtbttnnt tbtnttnb tttbttnbt nttbttnbtnb btnttb tnbnntnttnnnt btbtntbttn nbbttnbttt bbbbntbt tt b r f f f n fff fffff fff fr f f t ttn f f f frnb ttntbtbntftt ttttttntb btbb tb bbttf nt fffffff ffff fr f ffrf ffff f f f f frfr ff f ffrf f fr fr f f ffr fffffff ff ffff fff rtt ttnttbtbntb ttntntbn f rff ffb ttbbtnt btnntbnt f f f f r f f tnbttnt nnbtntbtt btbtnbttbtn ttnntn nttnt ffrtntbnb bttt tt tbtb nff tt ntbt btbbbtnnbtn b b t f t t t n n t n f f f f b n t b b t n t b t t n b n b t t n b b b b t b t n b t t b t t t b b n b b b t b n b b t n n n t t n t b t b b b t t b t t b b n t n f t t b n t b t n b t t b t b b n b b t t b n t b t t t b t b t t b r rr fr f rff fr tbbntttbntt ttt bttbt tttttb tnfbttt b tbbntttntt tttttbnb bbb btbb ttnttntt ttntttntbt bbntttnbbttn bttnbtb tbbtntbt bnttnttbt tttbbtbttnbn bntnntnbttb tntttbbt bttnnttnt tnbtttbt tnntbftn tnbnntnttnnnt btbtntbttn nbbtbt tnbntbtt tbtnttt tbntbb bttbt b r btf fn f f f r f f r f f r f f f f r r f f r f f f f f f r f f f r r f f f r f f f f r f r r r f f r r f r r rftb b r f b b b b t f t t b f b b b t b n t n n b n t t b t t t t t t n b b t n b n n b b n n n b b b n t t t t b b n t t b b n t n t t t n t t b t b t n t t b t t n t n t n t b n t t t t n r f t n t b n n f t n t b r bb rb rb b f t n t n n n t t b b t n b b b t b b b t t b t b b t t t b t b t n t b b t n t t t t t t n t b f t n t n b t n b n t n t t b n t n t t t n t b b t t n t t b n t n t t n b b t b t t t t b t f f f f t b b b t b b t t t b b n n t b t t t t rff f r f r bnbntt ttbbttt tntbttnbbnn tnnbnbt b b t b n f b f t t n r b n t n n b t n t t n b b t b b t b t b b n t b t t t t t t t t n b t t n b t t t r r f t t t t t t b t n n r b b t n b b b b b n t t n n t b n n rtf r f f f t t b t f t t b t b f f f t t f t t r t n b b b n b t t n f t n b b t t t b b n t t b b n t b b n t n t t f t n b b n b t b t n t t n n rb b t t t t b f f t t n f f f n f f t t t b t b b t b b n t b t t t t t b t t n t t t n f b t t n n t n t t b t b t n t f t n t t n t t t n t b n t n t b n t t t n t n n t n t t n b n b t n t n t t t t n b t t b n t t b n n b b n b n t b t n n b t n n t t t b t t b t n t n n b n n b t t t t t n b t t t t b t t b f t t b t b t b t t n b b b t b fr f f nnttntbb ntttttntnn tnbbttnb nttttnnbtbtb tttntt ntnbbtb f t t n t b t t b t t fr tbbbbb ntbbntt nbtbbtn f t t n t b b n b b b frb n ftttbtt nbbtnnt bbnttnt bnbtt t n t b t n t n b n b t n b b b t n f r f f t t b t n n t t t n fr f f f t t t t t t t t b b b t t f t t n t b t n f b b b t b b b f f n t t t t t f t t n t b b b t t b fr f f r f r b t t n n b t t b t b n f f f f b n t b t n b b t t t f f f f f f f f t n t f t f t b t t b n b n n b n n b b f t t t t t b n t t b t b b b b f b t t t t t t b f t t n t b t t t b n b n n t b b b t t fb f f t f t b b t n n t b b n n b b n b f f n t t t n t t t b t t f f b n n b t t t t n t f f f n t t b n b t t t t b b t n b t t n b b t n t t n b b b t t t b n b b t b t b t b n t t b t b n b t t b t n b t t t n t t n b t b t t n t n b n n t t n f b t n b t t t t t t n t t t t n t n f t t t f r f f t n b b f f r t t b t t t t t n t t n t n t b t t n f f ttbbbttt ttnbbbnb ntnbbbtt bnbbttt ttn tntbnt bttntf tnb f b n f t t n b b n n t t t b t n b f b f f f f f t n b t n f t t f f f n n t r t n b t t t t t b n n fbf f f b t t b f b b n n b b b b t t n f b n b t tttt ttnbtnb nt b t t t t n t n t t t n b n t t b n b f b t t t n t b t n b n t t t n b b b t n b f r f f f f t t n b t b n t r f f f f f f f b t n n b t t t t t n n t t t b fb f t t t t b f b t n b b t f t t n b t n b t b t b t t t n n t t n n t t t n b b t n t n t n f f t t t t t b t b t tbntttnn tttbnbbnbttn tttbbbt btnntb nbnbtftt bttttnn tttnbntt t n t n t t n t b b t b b b t n b f t t n f b t n b n n t b t b n t t n b t n f n b n n t t t n t t t t t n f t t b b b t b t t n r b t t t n t n t t b b n b t t t n b n b n n b b b b b t t n t n t t t n t t n b n t t b b f t n t t t t n b n t b f n t t t t t t t t t t b t b t b b t b b f f f f f n b t f t t t t n t t f ttn t t t n t t f ttnttt ttn tnb fbtttn f ttn f f f ftttntbn btttntt nnn tnbbbb ttntnbt fbtt b t b t t t b bnbn tt r f tbt ttbbntn f t nn bn f nttn tbb t b b f f ttn f bb tnt r n tttnb fbb ntttntb ttb f ttttb bb

PAGE 26

D4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 rfntb tf rbt fnnntt tnrfnfrn fnt b ft rnfnt rtt ft rtf tfttf ft btt b fn rfnttf b r fntt ftt ttf nrft bt nnffn ttt f tt tn tnfftt n t t t rt tt t ftrt fnrnttt fntt f nrrfnt nnfnn tt r ttt b tt nftt r t t f f n n f n n f n b n n n n f f n r n n f n n n f r f f f t t rtnt t rt tt b f r f n t t b btnfnn tt r rntt rtt t f ttt b ft tf ft fn ft t fnt tf rnff tt frnft f nfrnttf fntbt ff tntt n nfnn nfttt ttf nttf nt ft nffnntt ff rffttf t nftf n t rtfttt tnr rnfnn f t f f t b t t n t b n f f t f t t t f t t r n t b t f t f t t t t b tftftf tf ftr fnt b tttf tffft b t f t t b t r f n t f f n n n t f t b f t t t t f f t r n n n n t r n r ftftt fffnft t b n f f t r n t f t f t f t n f t n f n f r n n n n f n r t f n f n f n r f f r t f t f t t t b t r f n t ftftff ftftf nnfrnnft rnnf rt tb tf fnft tt fnnf rfntt fnf ffrnt ntf b fnt f ntt fnt t b b rntbt t tfnnn rntt fnnft bff nnfft f t n f t t t b ft tt fff fnttt nf tfnt nftt rnnffnfn ftt nr bt nf ntft nn nftf t f f t f rt ntt b b fn ft rnf ftt tf nfr tf r t t f t t tt ttt b b rn tntt ff nnttt fffnt tt fftt f f f t b n t t nnft t b n t ffftnt t nrfntrtf ntt tf b f ff nrfnrfnnfnt t frt tt b f t t fnt tf b f n t t nfntt tt rt f n f n n t t fffnft tf nffnr tt nnt tt nffnnrf ftt rf tt b f f f t t nftfnnnt tf b nnnnn nftt r r ffnfnt t fnfntb tf nf tf fnntt f fn t tbt tt r t f f f n t t b nt f btt b rf tt b b nt tf b t ftt t ttbt f nftt tf frr rf fntf ftfrt ttt tf t t fntbf nrftt tf fnft t b n t f f t f fnfft t tf fnffnt tftt nttt tt ft rt fr r f n t f f f f r t t n n f n t t t r n f n f t n f f t f n f f t f fr t bf nf f f f r n f t f f f n r rfn f t t b n nnt t t fftf fftn ntf fr b t t n f f t ft t bf nf f f f r n f t f f f n r rfn f b b n t f b f f r f t b f f t r f f f r t f n r f n t t f b t r t r t f n f b f tnt b t f f f t f t t f f n t f f f f b t t t b tf ntfnf n n t f t b f f n b n n n f n t b t f n f n f f t t n f t f n n t f f t f f n t b t f n n t f f t n f f n n t f f n ff t t b t t b t b f f t t t f t t f t t t t frr nnrf rftfrt f f t bf nf f f f r n f t f f f n r rfn f b f t t n f n b n t f b tbff ftt

PAGE 27

Friday, January 10, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D5 rfn tbfnbtf tbftf fbn fbrfftnt bbtfbrbt ff r fn b r f tnb nn f f b f b b t b f n b f bn r f r f b r f b t t f b t t b f b f b t b b b b f n ffrft bfff t f b t t f b fff t t r b t n t f b t ffttn f t t b n b b t t t b b n b n t f f t f f f f b b t t n f t f t t t nf r nf b t r f n f r b f f r f f t f f f f f t f n b f r b f tftbttbt bfftfn ftbbf bn f tffft f t f n t f n f f t f t b b t f b t f t b f b r f b f r b f b b t t b t f b b t r b f f b f n f f t f b t b t t t f t f n t r b f b f t b t f f b f t b f t b bn r r nf ffrft bfff t f b t t f b fff t t r b t n t f b t ffttn b tbtf bt btft t t f b t t b f b f b t b b t t b t r b t n f f t f f b n t t f f b b b f f f r nf r f bt tfbbttn ftbf t f t t b n b b t t t b b n b n t f f t f f f f b b t t n f t f t t t bn bnf t bbbrftbf bf bt btf bbtb n f fff bt btf fbf n b fftffn t bf fnff nbttf fffff n nn b f t f t f f f f n f f b t bb f b f ttbt fbtfbrf bfbf ftffttfb bt fft f b f n f t f f f t b t f f f b r f b b b r f t f nb f t f b t n bbn nfntrfbbt f t n bbn b bt ttff t fbntbb f n t f bt rfnrtbb bnn r f f n t b t b

PAGE 28

D6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014

PAGE 29

Mattress Market of Florida www.mattressmarketfl.com Se Habla Espaol PROUDLY FEATURING...90 DaysSame as Cash No Credit Check SPECIAL! UP TO 65% DISCOUNT! FREE BOX SPRING! w/purchase of mattress ASK ABOUTFREEDELIVERY! MATTRESS MARKET OUTLETMATTRESS MARKET OUTLET NEW LOCATION OPENING SOON! 352-365-8208 features@dailycommercial.com MAGRUDER: New door technology, look better longer / E2 HomesLake and SumterE1SOUTH LAKE PRESS / Wednesday, January 8, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL / Friday, January 10, 2014 www.southlakepress.com www.dailycommercial.com

PAGE 30

E2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 /DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 You dont have to pay extra for an evening service call. Munns is the home of 8 to 8 Same Great Rate. Emergency services are also available. Were there when you need us!Carl Munn24/7/365(352) 787-7741 www.munnair.com2135 US Hwy 441/27Fruitland Park, FL PepTalk......is a weekly feature in the Friday Real Estate Section. Its available for your Press Releases, Educational Milestones, Office Openings, and other pertinent announcements for the real estate industry. Please send your information to:RealEstate@DailyCommercial.com to have your information considered for this section. Photos welcome.(People, Places & Events) The Lake & SumterReal Estate SectionGets Results!For information about advertising in this section call 352-365-8287or e-mailshel.dubose@dailycommercial.com Stevens awarded project contractWINTER GARDEN Winter Gardenbased R.C. Stevens Construction Co. has recently completed an Industrial and Process Manufacturing project in Grand Rapids, Mich., overseeing the civil construction work for the new palletizer system, with safety, site utilization and coordination with plant operations provided. For information, call R.C. Stevens at, 28 S. Main St., in Winter Garden, at 407-2993800, or go to www.rcstevens.com.M/I to unveil new model homeAPOPKA M/I Homes plans to open the new two-story Sonoma model home in January at Magnolia Park Estates, the gated residential community of single-family homes located off Ocoee-Apopka Road and S. Binion Road in Apopka. David Byrnes, area president for M/I Homes in Central Florida, said the Sonoma offers ve bedrooms and three baths in 3,642 square feet of living space priced from $297,990 with a three-car garage. M/I Homes plans to build 32 new single-family homes at Magnolia Park Estates that feature open space designs and large kitchen islands with plenty of options to choose from. Eight distinctive oor plans are available that range in size from 2,300 square feet to 4,800 square feet. New homes at Magnolia Park Estates are priced from $241,990 to $410,990. The community also features a childrens playground, basketball court and pavilion.Royal Oak adding model homeWINTER GARDEN Royal Oak Homes is adding a new show home to its model center at Avalon Reserve community with 66 over sized homesites located off Avalon and Marsh Roads in Winter Garden. Matt Orosz, co-president at Royal Oak Homes, said the new model will be a Hawthorne plan that features four to six bedrooms, three-anda-half to ve baths in 3,541 square feet of living area priced from the low 300s. The Hawthorne is one of our best sellers and will be a nice complement to the existing Parker oor plan which has over 4,700 square feet, Orosz said. Royal Oak Homes is offering four and ve bedroom homes at Avalon Reserve that range from 2,500 square feet of living space to 4,700 square feet with prices ranging from the $260s to the mid-$300s.PEOPLE, PLACES AND EVENTS How many times a day do you go through your front, side or ga rage-entry door and wince because of how ugly, worn-out or beat up it looks? Floridas rainy, hot tropical cli mate is brutal on doors and for years, home owners had to accept ugly doors as a real ity. Today, thanks to technology, beautiful, long-lasting doors can be found at very rea sonable prices. Up until about 10 years ago, the predominant exterior doors installed in the state of Florida were either steel doors with wood jambs and molding; or complete wood door units. Both looked great when new, but after several months of Florida weather and heavy use they looked as if they had been installed for 20 years. I suspect many of you are thinking, this guy is talking about my doors. It is a widespread problem exacerbated by a period of horrendously bad installs. The typical problems for steel doors are dings, rust and scratches; movers of furniture, dogs that scratch and misguided sprinklers being its worst enemy. Wood doors have problems with expansion gaps and warpage due to heat, and a deteriorating nish; heat and humidity ugly-out wood doors quickly. Both of these door units were built with raw wood jambs and molding, which are very susceptible to rot, especially if the painter did not prime and paint the end pieces. If you seen a door jamb rot at the bottom near the threshold, chances are the painter did not paint or caulk the bottom. So, after a few years, most Floridians are left with doors that look beat up and molding that is rotting. Just like other aspects of our lives, technology and new designs are solving the problems. Today, one of the most popular door units for new construction in this area is a berglass door built inside a composite jamb-saver jamb with poly molding on the outside. Ther ma-Tru Doors is an innovator in berglass door technology and they are one of the largest manufacturers of these doors in the state. These berglass doors do not rust, rot or ding. Most impor tantly, the door skins are able to withstand hard blows. Therma-Tru has developed berglass doors with smooth as well as wood grain textures, which can match any exterior dcor. Many of their doors can be painted and stained. Yes, a ber glass door with a wood grain texture can be stained to look just like a real wood door unit. The company has developed a solid stain kit that is top coated on the door and then coated with a special sealer for a long-life nish. A berglass door built with composite jamb-saver jambs and a poly exterior molding will provide years of great service and appearance. Fiberglass door units will probably cost $100-$150 more than the old steel raw wood jamb door units, but the money is well worth it. It is a cost-effective longterm investment in your home. Another thing to consider is permitting costs. In the State of Florida, permits are now required to change out door units, increasing the cost of door installs. With this added expense to the cost of installs, it just makes good sense that homeowners put a longer-lasting more durable door in place. Many Floridians are nding out that ber glass door units are the best when installing or replacing exterior doors.New door technology look better longer Don MagruderAROUND THE HOUSEDon Magruder is the CEO of Ro-Mac Lumber and Supply Inc., and he is also the host of the Around the House radio show heard every Monday at noon at My790AM WLBE in Leesburg.

PAGE 31

SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 /DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 E3 rffntb r rrf nt tt btbbt btb ttb fntbnn rrr rrrr r rrr b rn nnn r rr rr rrn br r tntt r rr r rrrrrrr rr rfntbbf rrf nt tt btbbt btb ttb tttttr rfnntb nn f rnntb nn f rr ttr frnn MARY BETH BRECKENRIDGEAkron Beacon JournalON THE SHELF: BOOK OFFERS IDEAS FOR HANDMADE WALL DECORWall decorations are just another extension of Jamin and Ashley Mills do-it-yourself design philosophy. The Millses, who run the website the Handmade Home (www. thehandmadehome.net), believe a home has more personality if its walls are decorated with handmade items, not things made by someone else. They share their ideas in Hand Made Walls: 22 Inspiring Ideas to Bring Your Walls to Life. The couple offers instructions for making frames, wall art and functional wall decor, all with a rustic charm. The projects progress in difculty, so readers can master skills on easier projects and then move on to more challenging ones. Tips, tricks and other guidance are provided to make the job easier. Hand Made Walls is published by Adams Media and sells for $24.99 in softcover.WHATS NEW: CABIDOR CREATES STORAGE SPACE BEHIND DOORThe Cabidor lets you add extra storage space to the back of a door. The product is a cabinet about 4 inches deep that attaches to the door and its hinges, so it moves with the door. Adjustable shelves let you store items of varying heights, and retention rods keep those things in place when the door swings open or shut. It comes in two sizes, both available with or without mirrors on the outside, plus a model outtted specically for jewelry. Prices range from $129.99 to $289.99. The Cabidor can be ordered at www.cabidor.com or 239-643-5573.ASK MARY BETH: REMOVING FABRIC SOFTENER FRAGRANCEQ I am wondering how to remove the odor left behind on clothes by fabric softeners. I have tried very hot water for the wash and the hot setting in the drying, thinking that the high temperatures would break it down. Our grown kids use it heavily, but we never use it in our house, due to my wifes allergic re action to many smells.A Actually, high temperatures can bond the fragrance to the clothings bers and dyes, laundry expert Mary Marlowe Le verette says in an article on About. com. Leverett, a former Clemson University extension agent, sug gests these steps for removing fab ric softener fragrance: %  en First air out the clothes outdoors or in a breezy, sunlit room, preferably one with lots of plants to absorb the odor. You can create an articial breeze with a fan. Depending on the strength of the fragrance and your wifes sensitivity, you can air the clothes for any where from a few hours to a couple of weeks. %  en Next, soak the clothes over night in a washing machine lled with water and one cup baking soda. When theyve nished soaking, allow the clothes to complete the washer cycle, and then wash using unscented laundry detergent. Add a cup of distilled white vinegar to the rinse cycle, stop the washer and let the laundry soak for an hour before completing the rinse cycle. Use an Home Style: Wall dcor; Cabidor storage; softener fragranceSEE HOME | E6

PAGE 32

E4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 /DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 LOCATION: 711 Viking Avenue, Tavares FEATURES: Looking for easy living Furnished 2BR/2BA in Imperial Terrace. LISTING PRICE: $67,500 SELLING PRICE: $53,800 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Marlene Cook, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Tom Prickett, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. LOCATION: 314 Brigadoon Circle FEATURES: Lovely expanded Imperial Model home with 2BR/2BA. Views of conservation area. Open concept. High ceilings, dining room, extra wide eat-in-kitchen, plus a sunroom off of living area. LISTING PRICE: $105,000 SELLING PRICE: $88,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Valerie Foerst, Mor ris Realty & Investments SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Valerie Foerst, Morris Realty & Investments LOCATION: 1411 New Abbey Avenue, Leesburg FEATURES: Spacious 2BR/2BA home in Scottish Highlands Community. Close to shopping and restaurants. Lots of amenities and activities. LISTING PRICE: $79,900 SELLING PRICE: $76,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena Williams & Camie Kennedy, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Camie Kennedy, Morris Realty & Investments. LOCATION: Wildwood FEATURES: Shed, laundry room, plenty of storage. LISTING PRICE: $32,500 SELLING PRICE: $20,000 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: Mary Jane Grimes, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Sharon Bacon, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 33340 County Road 473, Leesburg FEATURES: Wa terfront home with 3BR/2BA plus bonus room. LISTING PRICE: $99,900 SELLING PRICE: $95,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Tammy King, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Alex Vonhartman, Century 21/Carlino Realty. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: 3BR, Newer kitchen appliances, large shed. LISTING PRICE: $28,000 SELLING PRICE: $22,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Dee Borwegen, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Dee Borwegen, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 3566 Rollingbrook Street, Clermont FEATURES: 2BR/ 2BA Canterbury model has an excellent view of Lake Felter, the Hills of Clermont and the beautiful sunsets! Also has a bonus Fl. Room which is actually the enclosed lanai with easy-care Mexican tile. The house has numerous Plantation shutters, deluxe berber carpeting, ceramic tile and upgraded vinyl. Just a short walk to the Clubhouse. 2 out of 3 pools are heated, 2 golf courses, tennis courts, gyms, shufeboard, billiard competitions and more. LISTING PRICE: $149,900 SELLING PRICE: $145,500 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Bob Mitchell, R K Mitchell Realty Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Cheryl S. Glover & David W. Velms, The Glover Group of Keller Williams Classic III Realty. LOCATION: 240 Douglas Drive, Eustis FEATURES: Amazing Eustis home! This 3BR/2BA home has a fabulous location and many features including but not limited to a nice sized 2 car garage with utility sink, all appliances including washer and dryer with security system. A LIST ING PRICE: $92,625 SELLING PRICE: $95,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Camie Kennedy & Lena Williams, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Paul Gangewere, RE/MAX Realty Center. LOCATION: 17384 SE 116th Ct. Road, Summereld FEATURES: 2BR/2BA with den. Home located in the lovely community of Stonecrest. Immaculate inside and out. This Savannah model located on premium corner lot with golf course views. Vaulted ceilings, split oor plan and so many extras. LISTING PRICE: $196,900 SELLING PRICE: $180,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena Williams & Camie Kenne dy, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Dennis Doman, Keller Williams Cornerstone. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: CHA, washer/dryer, screen porch, 2 Bedrooms LISTING PRICE: $8,900 SELLING PRICE: $7,500 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Jerry Byrd, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Fully furnished and ready to move in. Large shed and living room. LISTING PRICE: $6,900 SELLING PRICE: $5,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kevin Ducharme, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Bonnie Perotti, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Lady Lake FEATURES: Roof-over, Screen room, Freshly painted. LISTING PRICE: $13,900 SELLING PRICE: $12,500 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 8198 Bridgeport Bay Circle, Mount Dora FEATURES: Lakes of Mount Dora Upgraded 3BR/2BA with new roof. LISTING PRICE: $179,900 SELLING PRICE: $166,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Sidney Wright, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Buddy Atkins, Atkins Realty of Lake County. LOCATION: 11321 Davison Lane, Tavares FEATURES: Beautiful 3BR/2.5BA waterfront pool home one house from lake. LISTING PRICE: $270,000 SELLING PRICE: $250,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Tammy King, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Jarene Mathias, Max Realty Center. LOCATION: 36338 W. Spring Lake Blvd., Fruitland Park FEATURES: 3BR/2.5BA. Over 1500 Sq. Ft. of living space that sits on Spring Lake. This gorgeous lot has beautiful trees. Lovely brick replace, kitchen features a brand new range, plenty of cabinet and storage space and a screened back porch. Loads of extras. LISTING PRICE: $139,900 SELLING PRICE: $136,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena Williams, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Kathleen Dermody, ERA/Tom Grizzard. LOCATION: 32624 Blossom Lane, Leesburg FEATURES: Vacant commercial building previously used as an Allstate insurance ofce. There are three separate units inside the building. Twelve parking spaces are available. LISTING PRICE: $99,899 SELLING PRICE: $85,000 LIST ING AGENT & OFFICE: Cheryl S. Glover, The Glover Group of Keller Williams Classic III Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Cheryl S. Glover & David W. Velms, The Glover Group of Keller Williams Classic III Realty. LOCATION: Wildwood FEATURES: Large laundry room, Family room with wet bar LISTING PRICE: $85,900 SELLING PRICE: $75,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 5008 Gandross Lane, Mount Dora FEATURES: 3BR/ 2BA, den and private backyard. Near downtown Mount Dora. LIST ING PRICE: $145,000 SELLING PRICE: $140,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Nick Poulsen, Exit Realty Tri County. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Nick Poulsen, Exit Realty Tri County. PROPERTY TRANSFERS

PAGE 33

SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 /DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 E5

PAGE 34

E6 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, January 8, 2014 /DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, January 10, 2014 GRAND OPENINGLet us make your kitchen everything it can be and more! 771 E Hwy 50 Clermont, FL 34711352-602-1197www.clermontcabinetstore.com NAI Realvest, one of central Floridas largest commercial real estate services companies and developers of industrial facilities, recently named Ryan Beerbower as broker associate. Robin L. Webb, CCIM, managing director at NAI Realvest, said Beerbower has 15 years of experience in commercial property development, project management and construction. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction Management from the University of Florida and received an MBA from the University of Central Florida. Webb said Beerbower will join the Hankins Group Investment Team with NAI Realvest principal Tom Hankins, and will be focusing on sale of and investment in ofce properties in the Maitland and Winter Park areas. NAI REALVEST NAMES RYAN BEERBOWER BROKER ASSOCIATE extra rinse cycle if your washing machine has one, but dont add any thing to the extra rinse. %  en If possible, linedry the clothes outdoors. Dry white or light-colored clothes in the sunlight, but dry dark colors in the shade to prevent fading. If you must use a clothes dryer, use a low temperature. %  en Repeat the steps if necessary.Have a question about home maintenance, decorating or gardening? Akron Beacon Journal home writer Mary Beth Breckenridge will nd answers for the queries that are chosen to appear in the paper. HOME FROM PAGE E3 AKRON BEACON JOURNAL / MCT The Cabidor lets you add extra storage space to the back of a door.