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HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER: Tilghman stays in district hunt with win over Reidland. | 3B

Marshall

scrambles

to avoid

disaster

Lady Marshals

work to avoid

worst record

BY DUSTY LUTHY SHULL

dshull@paducahsun.com

DRAFFENVILLE — The Marshall

County soccer team wasn’t

ready to believe what it was seeing

Monday afternoon.

Posted to the Lady Marshals

lockers was a piece of paper

detailing the season records of

each Marshals soccer team for

more than a decade. At the bottom

was the stark reality — under

the list of perennially abundant

wins and scant losses was

their own record of 3-5-5.

“If we continued progressively

getting worse, we would

have been the worst season in

our soccer history here,” Marshall

midfi elder Mariah McKenty

said. “And it was just on our

shoulders, and we knew we had

to pick it up. It’s disappointing.

You don’t want to be that team.”

The Marshals put together a solid

80 minutes of aggressive soccer

for a 3-0 Second District win over

Graves County on Tuesday night,

avenging an earlier 1-0 loss to the

Lady Eagles and recording just

their fourth victory of the year.

“If you look at our record and

you look at the teams we’ve

played, more than half of our

games have been against top-25

teams,” Marshals coach Michael

Boone said. “But we’ve also let

a couple slip through our hands

that we should have been able

to fi nish or win, but didn’t. It’s

a great confi dence booster. The

girls are excited and hopefully

this propels us on to keep getting

better.”

Keri Gilchrest scored the Marshals’

fi rst goal on a long strike

just over the hands of Graves

keeper Emily Waggoner about

12 minutes into the game. The

Marshals came out even stronger

in the second half, recording

19 of their 29 shots on goal and

getting goals out of Tory Fehrenbacher

and Erica McWilliams,

both on assists from McKenty.

Waggoner had 17 saves, while

the Eagles combined for just seven

shots on goal.

“There was a lot of difference

in their energy level from the fi rst

time we played them to the second

time we played them, and I expected

that,” Graves coach Kayla

Sims said. “Marshall County’s always

known for fi guring out what

they’re doing and getting it together,

and at the end of the year

is always their strongest point.”

———

SCORING

FIRST HALF — MC-Keri Gilchrest.

SECOND HALF — MC-Tory Fehrenbacher

(Mariah McKenty), MC-Erica McWilliams

(McKenty).

DEFENSE

SAVES — GC-Waggoner 17, MC-Smothers

6. SHOTS — Marshall County 29,

Graves County 7

RECORDS — Marshall County 4-5-5,

Graves 10-5

SCOREBOARD GOLF

American League

(1) Cleveland 4, White Sox 3

(2)White Sox 5, Cleveland 4

Yankees 5, Tampa Bay 0

L.A. Angels 10, Toronto 6

Baltimore 7, Boston 5

Kansas City 10, Detroit 2

Seattle at Minnesota (n)

Texas at Oakland (n)

Sports

The Paducah Sun | Wednesday, September 21, 2011 | paducahsun.com

JOHN WRIGHT | The Sun

Harley Andrews of Lone Oak (15) slides in to deflect the ball from Alex Davis of Heath (9) Tuesday

night as Luis Perez of Heath (6) and Craig Green of Lone Oak watch the play from a short distance

away at Lone Oak.

Wrinkle-free Pirates regain form

BY JOEY FOSKO

jfosko@paducahsun.com

Heath’s boys’ soccer team

might have learned a lesson

last week, one that was marred

by a knee injury to leading

scorer Drew Wrinkle that may

have sidelined him for the rest

of the season.

According to coach Tim Oltman,

it’s one that he’s hammered

home quite often in the

fi ve days since Wrinkle went

down in last week’s loss to

Paducah Tilghman. Wrinkle

suffered a dislocated kneecap

that in turn caused a tear in a

nearby muscle.

“We’ve got to be the aggressor.

We really need our defense

to pressure the ball and push it

when we can,” Oltman said after

the Pirates won 3-1 at Lone

Oak on Tuesday night to keep

the top spot in the race for the

No. 1 seed in the First District

tournament. “We don’t know if

we’re going to get Drew back,

but we have to act like we won’t

right now. If we don’t stay aggressive,

people can take it

from us.”

National League

(1)Washington 4, Phils 3

(2) Washington 3, Phils 0

Atlanta 4, Florida 0

Cincinnati 6, Houston 4

Milwaukee 5, Cubs 1

N.Y. Mets at St. Louis (n)

San Diego at Colorado (n)

Pittsburgh at Arizona (n)

Oltman constantly implored the

Pirates (7-3-3 overall, 5-1 district)

to push the tempo against a Lone

Oak club that has only recently

gotten its full roster on the fi eld

at the same time, and part of that

is encouraging forwards Edgar

Yanez and Hayden Pace to focus

more on their roles as strikers.

Both scored a goal as the Pirates

maintained their slim lead

on Tilghman in the district standings

— Heath still needs wins over

St. Mary on Thursday night and

Reidland next week to lock up the

top seed. Tilghman is 5-2 in the

district, with both Lone Oak (6-6)

and St. Mary sporting 3-3 marks.

The Pirates drew fi rst blood

when midfi elder Ryan Paxton

nailed a free kick from about 30

yards out with 16:30 left in the

fi rst half, and three minutes later,

Yanez scored on the attack.

In the second half, Heath effectively

put the game away when

Pace put back a shot by MacKenzie

Brindley that was defl ected by

Lone Oak keeper Jacob Barnes.

Colin Marshall, moved back to

the midfi eld to shore up the defense,

scored on a free kick in the

fi nal two minutes for the Purple

Flash’s only score.

–––

SCORING

FIRST HALF — H-Ryan Paxton; H-Edgar Yanez.

SECOND HALF — H-Hayden Pace (MacKenzie

Brindley); LO-Colin Marshall.

DEFENSE

SAVES — H-Ollie Douthitt 6; LO-Jacob Barnes

3. SHOTS — Heath 19, Lone Oak 11.

RECORDS — Heath 7-3-3 (5-1 district), Lone

Oak 6-6 (3-3).

Lone Oak 3, Heath 0 — Maggie

Swift scored Lone Oak’s fi rst

goal less than 10 minutes into

the second half, and the Lady

Flash got a pair of insurance

goals when Taylor Fondaw and

Lauren Hobbs scored in the fi -

nal 10 minutes to move a step

closer to clinching the top seed

in the district tournament.

Lone Oak can lock up the

No. 1 seed by beating either

St. Mary or Paducah Tilghman

next week.

–––

SCORING

FIRST HALF — none.

SECOND HALF — LO-Maggie Swift (Dana Wilson);

LO-Taylor Fondaw (Kye Miller); LO-Lauren

Hobbs.

DEFENSE

SAVES — LO-Megan Murray 8; H-Cassidy

Flowers 17. SHOTS — Lone Oak 20, Heath 10.

RECORDS — Lone Oak 10-4 (6-0 district),

Heath 3-7-1 (3-3).

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Associated Press

ST. LOUIS — Pinch-hitter

Ryan ong>Theriotong> hit a a go-ahead

double with the bases loaded

in the seventh inning and the

St. Louis Cardinals came back

to beat the New York Mets 11-6

Tuesday night.

The Cardinals’ 11th win in 13

games kept them 2½ behind

Atlanta in the wild card chase.

The Cardinals scored six

times in the seventh to come

back from an early 4-0 defi cit

after the Braves beat Florida

4-0.

Albert Pujols went 4 for 5

to push his batting average to

a season-high .304. It was the

36th four-hit game of his career

and seventh of the season.

ong>Theriotong> hit a pitch from Tim

Byrdak into the gap in leftcenter

to bring in Pujols and

Lance Berkman, who both

singled against Josh Stinson

(0-2), for a 7-6 lead.

Pinch-hitter Adron Chambers

followed an intentional

walk to Yadier Molina with a

three-run triple and Nick Punto

added an RBI single.

Octavio Dotel (4-3) came on

and struck out David Wright to

end the top of the seventh.

The Mets tied a season high

by walking nine times. One of

those was by Angel Pagan in

the top of the 7th, and gave

New York a 5-4 lead.

New York has lost 10 of its

last 13 games and tied a season-low

at eight games under.

500.

New York shortstop Jose

Reyes had one hit in four atbats.

He is hitting .330 in an

attempt to become the fi rst

Mets hitter to win a batting

title. Milwaukee’s Ryan Braun,

who went 1 for 5 on Tuesday,

tops the NL at .332.

Berkman had two hits for

St. Louis including a two-run

single in the fi fth that tied the

game at 4.

The Mets scored three

times in the third inning on

a groundout by Wright, a

fi elder’s choice by Willie Harris,

and an RBI single by Josh

Thole. Lucas Duda hit an RBI

double in the fi rst.

Rafael Furcal and David

Freese hit RBI doubles in the

bottom half around a groundout

by Pujols that scored a run,

to cut the Mets’ lead to 4-3.

NOTES: St. Louis IFN Skip

Schumaker is in an 0 for 15

slump. ... Duda is hitting .322

(66-205) since the All-Star

break.

St. Louis has won six of its

last seven series. ... Cardinals

OF Matt Holliday missed the

last six games with an infl amed

tendon on the middle fi nger of

his right hand. He is hoping to

play this weekend against Chicago.

International flavor

International flavor Emma Talley of Princeton played

in a pair of matches for the United States team in the

first of two days of competition at the Junior Solheim

Cup in Trim, Ireland. The Europeans took the first day

lead by two shots heading into today’s final round of

singles matches.

Page 3B

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Section B

Pac-12

rules out

expansion

Associated Press

NEW YORK — Twelve is enough

for the Pac-12, bolstering the chances

for the Big 12 to survive yet again.

The Pac-12 presidents and chancellors

voted late Tuesday night not

to expand again. Commissioner

Larry Scott says “after careful review

we have determined that it is in the

best interests of our member institutions,

student-athletes and fans to

remain a 12-team conference.”

Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma

State and Texas Tech were among

those considering a potential move

from the Big 12. After expanding

from the Pac-10 with new members

Utah and Colorado last year, members

of the new Pac-12 won’t give

them the chance.

Meanwhile, across the county in

New York, Big East Commissioner

John Marinatto said his members

“pledged to each other that they are

committed to move forward together.”

The presidents and athletic directors

from the Big East football

schools met for 3 hours at a Manhattan

hotel Tuesday.

Marinatto says each member

pledged to remain in the conference

and the league is aggressively

searching for replacements for Pittsburgh

and Syracuse. He says the

non-football members also are on

board.

The Mountain West Conference

said it has begun informal conversations

with universities that might be

left out if the shake-up of the college

football landscape continues.

In addition to the league’s talks

with schools from the Big 12 and

Big East that might be excluded in

conference realignment, Mountain

West commissioner Craig Thompson

has had conversations with

Conference USA commissioner

Britton Banowsky about a football

merger.

Such a union would create a

super-conference with at least 22

teams in two divisions stretching

from Hawaii to the East Coast.

“You don’t want to be left standing

in a

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Associated Press

Albert Pujols of the St. Louis

Cardinals celebrates as he

scores from second on a single

by Lance Berkman against

the New York Mets in St. Louis

on Tuesday, where the Cardinals

kept pace with the Atlanta

Braves in the wild card race with

a win.

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2B • Wednesday, September 21, 2011• The Paducah Sun Morning Update paducahsun.com

Coming up

Wednesday

vs. N.Y. Mets

at St. Louis

Time: 7:15 p.m.

TV: Sports

South

Thursday

vs. N.Y. Mets

at St. Louis

Time: 7:15 p.m.

TV: Sports

South

*Note: Many Fox Sports Midwest broadcasts not

shown in television listings are available on Comcast

Channel 17, but not all. Radio: Listen to the St. Louis

Cardinals on WGKY FM-95.9, WYMC AM-1430, WCBL

FM-99.1 (or AM-1290), WREZ FM-105.5. Hear Chicago

Cubs games on WMOK AM-920.

On television

TODAY

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Noon – Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs (WGN)

6 – Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees (ESPN)

7 – N.Y. Mets at St. Louis (Sports South)

9 – Texas at Oakland (ESPN)

THURSDAY

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

7 p.m. – N.C. State at Cincinnati (ESPN)

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

12:30 p.m. – N.Y. Mets at St. Louis (Sports South)

6 p.m. – Teams to be announced (MLB)

GOLF

8 a.m. – Europe: Austrian Open, 1st round (TGC)

Noon – PGA: Tour Championship, 1st round (TGC)

1:30 a.m. – LPGA, The Solheim Cup 1st round (TGC)

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

6 p.m. – Colerain, Ohio at Middletown, Ohio

(Sports South)

SOCCER

10 p.m. – Exhibition, U.S. vs. Canada (ESPN2)

WNBA BASKETBALL

6 p.m. – Playoffs, Atlanta at Indiana (ESPN2)

8 – Playoffs, conference fi nals (ESPN2)

Local sports

TODAY

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF – Murray at Calloway County

(Oaks C.C.); Ballard Memorial, Heath at St. Mary

(C.C. of Paducah);

THURSDAY

COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Murray State at Tennessee-Martin

(6 p.m.).

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER – Doubleheaders: St.

Mary at Heath, Murray at Mayfi eld, Dawson Springs

at Reidland. Boys: Paducah Tilghman at Madisonville,

Lone Oak at Community Christian, Hopkinsville

at Marshall County, Calloway County at Caldwell

County. Girls: Ballard Memorial at Paducah Tilghman,

Graves County at Calloway County, Christian

County at Lone Oak, Trigg County at Lyon County.

VOLLEYBALL – Paducah Tilghman at Heath, Reidland

at Fulton City, Christian Fellowship at Murray,

Ballard Memorial at Marshall County, Fulton County

at Carlisle County, Hickman County at Graves County,

Calloway County at Livingston Central, Trigg County

at University Heights.

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF – Massac County at West

Frankfort.

FRIDAY

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL – Class 2A: Reidland

at Crittenden County, Ballard Memorial at Caldwell

County. Class 3A: Paducah Tilghman at Heath, Trigg

County at Fort Campbell. Class 4A: Lone Oak at Calloway

County, Madisonville at Owensboro. Class 5A:

Graves County at Apollo. Non-district: Mayfi eld at

Marshall County, Lake County (Tenn.) at Fulton City,

Hopkinsville vs. Christian County, Hopkins Central

at Muhlenberg County, Daviess County at Webster

County, Henderson County at Meade County, Russellville

at Franklin-Simpson. Southern Illinois: Harrisburg

at Massac County, West Frankfort at Herrin,

Benton at Murphysboro.

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER – Girls: W. Jessamine at

Murray.

VOLLEYBALL – Quad States Tournament (at Lone

Oak): Murray, Community Christian, Marshall County,

Fulton City, Graves County Paducah Tilghman,

Hickman, Calloway County, Christian Fellowship,

Reidland, Caldwell County, Lone Oak, Madisonville,

Henderson County, Christian County, Southwestern,

Owensboro Catholic, Owensboro Apollo, Henry Clay.

Purchase Memos

HOLE-IN-ONE: Scott Thomas made a hole-in-one

Saturday on the eighth hole at Rolling Hills Country

Club.

GOLF: The Kentucky Sheriff’s Ranch 28th benefi t

scramble begins at 8 a.m. Oct. 15 at Kentucky Dam

Village State Resort Park in Gilbertsville. Entry fee

is $60 and includes fees, carts and complimentary

items. To register, call Marshall County Sheriff Kevin

Byars at 527-3112 or ranch director Jerry Wagner at

362-8660.

SHUFFLE: ‘You

don’t want to be

left standing’

CONTINUED FROM 1B

sition that doesn’t best drive

you,” Thompson told The Associated

Press on Tuesday.

“You just want to put your

membership in the best light

possible. If that includes adding

people, if that includes

the creative consolidation

conversation with Conference

USA — you just want to

be building the best stage for

your members.”

With the Big East’s shakeup,

Thompson would be receptive

to keeping TCU in

the Mountain West beyond

its scheduled departure after

this season if school offi cials

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and Pittsburgh to the

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paducahsun.com Sports The Paducah Sun • Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • 3B

Sports Briefs

Staff & AP reports

Talley splits in two matches in Solheim

Europe took a 7-5 lead over the United States team on

the opening day of the Junior Solheim Cup in Trim, Ireland,

on Tuesday. The Europeans won the opening foursomes

round 5-1, but the American rallied in the afternoon Fourball

matches 4-2. Today’s final round will have 12 singles

matches.

Princeton’s Emma Talley is a member of the U.S. 12-girl

squad and lost a foursome match before rallying with a

win in the fourball. She plays Amy Boulden in singles play

today.

Talley teamed with McKenzie Talbert in foursomes and

lost 1-up to Lisa Maguire and Leona Maguire. She teamed

with Gabriella Then for a 3 and 1 victory over Margaux Vanmol

and Luna Sabron in the fourball matches.

Brockman receives five national honors

After putting together one of the best passing games

in Football Championship Subdivision history, Murray

State quarterback Casey Brockman has been honored

as the player of the week by five national organizations.

He was named the Co-National Player of the Week by

The Sports Network, the National Player of the Week

by the College Sporting News, FCSfootballnetwork.com

and collegesportsmadness.com, and National Quarterback

of the Week by the College Football Performance

Awards. It marks the third time in the past two seasons

that Brockman was honored on the national level.

Brockman, a Calloway County graduate, broke four

school records in leading the Racers to a 58-27 victory

over Tennessee State in the 2011 home opener Saturday.

He finished the game 45-of-67 for 600 yards and

threw seven touchdowns. The junior became just the

fifth quarterback in FCS history to throw for 600 yards

in a game, while setting an FCS record by throwing for

422 yards in the first half. His 45 completions also tie

for the 10th most in FCS history.

Newcomb turns in best finish at Invitational

Murray State’s Patrick Newcomb turned in a 25th

place finish at the UK Bluegrass Invitational golf tournament

at The University Club of Kentucky in Lexington on

Monday.

He shot a 54-hole score of 222 to lead the Racers,

who finished 14th in the field. Kentucky (864) won the

tourament by four shots over Dayton (868).

NCAA informs South Carolina of violations

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The NCAA outlined three potentially

major violations in its letter of allegations sent to

South Carolina on Monday. The NCAA says South Carolina

athletes received $55,000 in impermissible benefits

for staying at a hotel for a reduced rate and for dealings

with officials of a Delaware-based mentoring group.

Tilghman stays in hunt for top seed

Staff reports

Paducah Tilghman

scored three goals in a

14-minute stretch to put

away Reidland 4-0 in a

First District high school

boys soccer match on

Tuesday.

Raul DeLaPaz and

Bishlam Pean assisted on

each other’s goals in the

second half breakaway.

Tilghman is now 5-2 in

district play and a halfgame

behind Heath for

the top seed in the district

tournament.

–––

SCORING

FIRST HALF — PT-Jake Humphrey

(Jacon Holtgrewe).

SECOND HALF — PT-Brock Sigler;

PT-Bishlam Pea (Raul DeLaPaz); PT-

DeLaPaz (Pea).

DEFENSE

SAVES — PT-Quinn Olsen 6; R-Adam

Shreve 9. SHOTS — Paducah Tilghman

19, Reidland 7.

Records – Paducah Tilghman 10-4-

1, Reidland 2-11

Murray 3, CCA 0 —

A.J. Bokeno assisted on

the only goal of the fi rst

half, then scored both

goals in the second half

as Murray blanked Community

Christian Academy

in Murray.

Lake Butterworth

scored the fi rst goal for

the Tigers, who held CCA

to just two shots, while

Landon Meadows made

six saves for the Warriors.

———

SCORING

FIRST HALF— M-Lake Butterworth

(A.J. Bokeno).

SECOND HALF— M-Bokeno (Alex

Ward), M-Bokeno.

DEFENSE

SAVES— M-Adam Melton 2, Nicholas

Alexander; C-Landon Meadows

6.SHOTS— Murray 12, CCA 2.

RECORDS— Murray 8-5-1, CCA 5-8.

Marshall 1, Fort

Campbell 0 — At Fort

Campbell, Just over

three minutes into the

game, Nathan Soloman

got the ball from Tyler

McKenty and booted it

past Joshua Boren for

the only goal in Marshall

County’s victory over

Fort Campbell.

———

SCORING

FIRST HALF— M-Nathan Soloman (Tyler

McKenty).

SECOND HALF— None.

DEFENSE

SAVES— M-Austin Drake 4, Joshua

Boren 1.SHOTS— Fort Campbell 12, Marshall

8.

RECORDS— Marshall 7-2-2, Fort Campbell

9-3.

St. Mary 5, Trigg 1 —

Tyler Neihoff scored four

goals as St. Mary smashed

a 1-all halftime tie and defeated

Trigg County. Fabian

Hernandez assisted

on Neihoff’s fi rst two goals

while Colten Bridges had

the only goal for the Wildcats.

———

SCORING

FIRST HALF— S-Tyler Neihoff (Fabian

Hernandez), T-Colten Bridges.

SECOND HALF— S-Neihoff (Hernandez),

S-Neihoff PK, S-Luke Meredith, S-

Neihoff (Bruno Munez).

DEFENSE

SAVES— S-Josh Moss 3, T-Austin Calhoun

5.SHOTS— St. Mary 10, Trigg 4.

RECORDS— St. Mary 9-7-1, Trigg 6-8-1.

Girls soccer

Tilghman 10, Reidland 0

— A quartet from Paducah

Tilghman had a Senior

Night to remember with a

shutout of Reidland that

was called with 10 minutes

left in regulation.

Kaitlyn Curry scored

three unanswered goals

for the natural hat trick

and Courtney Hawkins followed

with the next two

goals for the Lady Tornado.

Erin Jones made three assists

while Zomi Dickson

had one. Among the underclassmen,

Taylor Drennan

and Caroline Washer both

scored two goals while Riley

Sigler had a goal and an

assist.

———

SCORING

FIRST HALF— T-Caroline Washer, T-

Washer (Erin Jones), T-Taylor Drennan.

SECOND HALF— T-Kaitlyn Curry

(Zomi Dickson), T-Curry (Jones), T-Curry

(Jones), T-Courtney Hawkins (Riley Sigler),

T-Hawkins (Stephanie Hern), T-Sigler

(Hawkins), T-Drennan.

DEFENSE

SAVES— T-McKenzi Belt, Alex Kohner 1;

R-Madison Lane 9.SHOTS— Tilghman 20,

Reidland 1.

RECORDS— Tilghman 7-5-1, Reidland

1-13.

Volleyball

Community Christian

Academy (20-5) bounced

back from Monday’s loss

to Paducah Tilghman with

a 25-15, 25-14 win over

Mayfi eld (0-21). Joanna

Browning and Hannah

Brown combined for 11

kills for the Warriors.

Massac County improved

to 20-2 with a

25-19, 25-18 victory at

Murphysboro. McKenzie

Dorris and Karsen Smith

combined for 12 kills for

the Patriots while Madison

Stephens scored 13 service

points and made 10 assists.

Paducah Tilghman (14-

4) earned its second threeset

win in as many nights

with a 22-25, 25-21 and

25-23 victory at Caldwell

County (19-3). For the

Tornado, Alexis Taylor

made 12 kills while Megan

Cantwell had eight kills.

Meredith Morris made 16

digs and Maddie Morris

had 31 assists.

Graves County (12-12)

beat Calloway County

(12-12) 25-16, 22-25, 25-

10 in Murray with Caitlin

Knisely scoring 14 kills

and Whitney Wiley adding

17 assists.

Christian Fellowship

(16-7) won 25-23, 25-13

over Marshall County (8-

13) in a Fourth District

match. Fulton City (11-6)

beat Fulton County (5-15)

in a First District clash.

Livingston Central (19-6) survives a

three-set win 25-19, 21-25, 25-18 over

Trigg County (5-15).

College volleyball

The Murray State volleyball

team lost its fi rst Ohio

Valley Conference match of

the season, with a 3-2 (25-

22, 15-25, 27-29, 25-15, 11-

15) loss to Southeast Missouri

in Cape Girardeau,

Mo., at Houck Fieldhouse.

The Racers (2-12, 2-1 OVC)

had four players with over

10 kills each led by junior

Cassy Woolverton 19 and

senior Teresa Krog with 18

kills.

Golf

Will Barker and Zach

Strahan of Paducah Tilghman

tied with Austin

Woodward Livingston

Central for best score in a

Tilghman victory over the

Cardinals in high school

golf. Teri Doss led the Tornado

to a girls victory with

a 37. at Paxton Park G.C. (par-35)

BOYS: Paducah Tilghman (173)-Will

Barker 41, Zach Strahan 41, Trae Hampton

42, Donovan Riley 49;Livingston Central

(185)-Austin Woodward 41, Jonathan Armstrong

48, Lucas Joiner 48, Jacob Belt 48.

GIRLS: Paducah Tilghman (170)-Teri

Doss 37, Morgan Kauffman 41, Charli

Doss 43, Lauren Eickholz 49;Livingston

Central (200)-Tana Durard 47, Darrian

Lee 47, Tara Durard 49, Hannah Fleet 57.

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MARKET SUMMARY

STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST

YTD

Name Div PE Last Chg %Chg

YTD

Name Div PE Last Chg %Chg

12,876.00 10,604.07 Dow Jones Industrials 11,408.66 +7.65 +.07 -1.46 +6.02

5,627.85 4,205.13 Dow Jones Transportation 4,519.22 -67.23 -1.47 -11.51 +.18

442.01 381.99 Dow Jones Utilities 443.51 +5.93 +1.36 +9.51 +12.24

8,718.25 6,839.00 NYSE Composite 7,217.11 -17.52 -.24 -9.38 -.40

2,490.51 1,984.93 Amex Index 2,218.90 +18.47 +.84 +.48 +10.68

2,887.75 2,316.11 Nasdaq Composite 2,590.24 -22.59 -.86 -2.36 +10.25

1,370.58 1,101.54 S&P 500 1,202.09 -2.00 -.17 -4.42 +5.47

14,562.01 11,570.57 Wilshire 5000 12,619.90 -54.33 -.43 -5.54 +5.50

868.57 639.85 Russell 2000 689.95 -12.28 -1.75 -11.96 +3.80

MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)

AT&T Inc 1.72 9 28.85 +.27 -1.8

AirProd 2.32 15 82.18 +.60 -9.6

AEP 1.84 13 38.31 +.78 +6.5

AmeriBrgn .46f 16 39.69 +.28 +16.3

ATMOS 1.36 15 33.65 +.18 +7.9

BB&T Cp .64a 16 22.19 +.31 -15.6

Comcast .45 16 22.72 -.14 +3.9

CrackerB 1.00f 11 40.68 -1.04 -25.7

CSI .50 17 28.00 +.15 +10.5

Dillards .20 14 47.65 -1.46 +25.6

EnPro ... 18 32.60 -1.37 -21.6

FullerHB .30 13 20.31 -.12 -1.0

GenCorp ... 67 4.04 +.05 -21.9

Goodrich 1.16 26 111.82 +4.22 +27.0

Goodyear ... ... 10.69 -.27 -9.8

HonwllIntl 1.33 14 46.75 -.57 -12.1

Jabil .28 12 17.29 -.22 -13.9

Kroger .46f 12 22.41 +.03 +.2

Lowes .56 13 19.92 -.09 -20.6

MeadWvco 1.00 15 27.09 -.33 +3.6

OldNBcp .28 17 9.54 -.13 -19.8

Penney .80 16 27.04 -.40 -16.3

PilgrimsP ... ... 3.62 -.18 -48.9

RegionsFn .04 ... 3.78 -.03 -46.0

SbdCp 3.00a 7 2117.15 -13.85 +6.3

SearsHldgs ... ... 58.38 -.87 -20.8

Total SA 2.38e ... 44.07 -.27 -17.6

USEC ... ... 1.90 -.04 -68.4

US Bancrp .50 12 24.09 +.20 -10.7

WalMart 1.46 12 52.29 -.16 -3.0

WestlkChm .30f 9 41.80 -.40 -3.8

YOUR STOCKS YOUR FUNDS

A-B-C-D

AES Corp 12 10.72 -.21

AFLAC 8 35.06 -.38

AK Steel ... 8.01 -.24

AMR ... 3.48 +.14

AT&T Inc 9 28.85 +.27

AbtLab 13 52.77 +.78

Accenture 17 54.42 -.18

Accuray ... 4.12 -.79

ActivsBliz 22 12.08 +.04

AdobeSy 13 24.64 -.63

AMD 6 6.74 -.18

Aetna 9 40.51 -.59

Agilent 13 35.05 +.09

AlcatelLuc ... 3.12 -.03

Alcoa 13 11.25 -.33

Allstate 23 24.32 -.14

AlphaNRs 66 26.92 -1.63

AlteraCp lf 14 37.39 -.62

Altria 17 26.95 +.08

Amazon ... 233.25 -8.44

AMovilL s 10 23.44 -.64

ACapAgy 4 29.06 -.43

AEagleOut 13 11.31 -.11

AEP 13 38.31 +.78

AmExp 13 49.27 +.59

AmIntlGrp ... 24.60 -.06

AmTower 57 55.15 -.06

Amgen 12 57.37 +.84

Anadarko 45 76.24 +2.01

Annaly 6 18.12 -.04

Apple Inc 16 413.45 +1.82

ApldMatl 8 11.13 -.10

ArcelorMit 9 17.10 -.51

ArchCoal 13 18.02 -1.14

ArchDan 9 28.03 +.22

ArmHld ... 28.67 +.43

ArubaNet ... 20.61 +.21

Atmel 8 10.08 -.21

Autodesk 26 28.11 -.68

Avon 13 21.73 +.12

BB&T Cp 16 22.19 +.31

BP PLC 15 38.77 +.16

Baidu 65 139.94 -5.71

BakrHu 18 57.87 +.14

BcoBrades ... 16.41 -.14

BcoSantSA ... 7.95 -.03

BcoSBrasil ... 8.44 -.07

BkofAm ... 6.90 -.09

BkNYMel 9 20.21 -.21

Barclay ... 9.60 -.07

Bar iPVix rs ... 42.88 -.06

BarrickG 14 53.99 +.57

Baxter 15 56.43 +.73

BedBath 18 58.94 -.92

BerkH B 14 69.72 +.06

BestBuy 8 24.79 -.31

Blackstone 73 13.15 -.17

BlockHR 12 14.09

Boeing 13 63.56 -.59

BostonSci 16 6.23 -.08

BrMySq 16 31.49 +.77

Broadcom 20 35.81 +.10

BrcdeCm 17 4.16 -.06

BrkfInfra ... 27.58 +.35

CB REllis 18 14.04 -.31

CBS B 15 23.76 -.69

CF Inds 11 163.67 -11.41

CSX s 13 20.23 -.28

CVS Care 14 35.81 +.12

Calpine ... 15.56 +.13

Cameron 22 50.62 -.54

CdnNRs gs ... 33.15 -.73

CapOne 6 42.42 -.30

CapitlSrce 21 6.78 -.05

CardnlHlth 16 44.00 +.77

Carlisle 13 35.17 -.93

Carnival 14 33.88 +1.63

Caterpillar 14 83.66 -.94

Celgene 30 65.56 +4.37

Cemex ... 4.17 -.43

CenterPnt 17 20.13 +.16

CntryLink 12 34.64

ChesEng 11 30.41 -.65

Chevron 9 97.79 -.92

Chimera 5 2.99 -.05

CienaCorp ... 12.75 +.15

Cisco 14 16.53 +.02

Citigrp rs 8 26.93 -.78

Clearwire ... 2.46 +.08

CliffsNRs 6 70.60 -4.86

Coach 20 59.35 -.70

CocaCola 14 70.65 +.16

Comcast 16 22.72 -.14

Comc spcl 16 22.40 -.20

Comerica 12 24.49 +.08

ConAgra 12 22.99 -.40

ConocPhil 9 67.01 +.24

ConsolEngy 16 40.37 -1.82

Corning 6 13.42 +.05

Costco 27 85.07 +.04

CoventryH 7 31.37 -2.30

CSVelIVSt s ... 7.00 +.01

Cummins 12 94.25 -2.78

CypSemi 25 17.01 -.09

DCT Indl ... 5.00 +.09

DR Horton 82 9.78 +.22

Danaher 17 46.24 +.23

Deere 12 75.98 -1.21

Dell Inc 8 14.88 +.01

DeltaAir 16 8.37 +.06

Dndreon ... 11.05 -.25

DBGoldDS ... 4.42 -.12

DevonE 5 64.87 +.32

DirecTV A 14 43.61 +.21

DrSCBr rs ... 44.85 +2.08

DirFnBr rs ... 57.53 +.20

DirLCBr rs ... 39.32 +.33

DrxEnBear ... 17.58 +.35

DrxFnBull ... 13.02 -.04

DirxSCBull ... 41.50 -2.08

DirxEnBull ... 43.74 -.91

Discover 9 26.79 +.52

DishNetwk 10 27.23 -.03

Disney 14 32.31 -.20

DollarGen 19 37.65 -.25

DomRescs 17 50.60 +.86

DowChm 12 27.27 -.45

DryShips 16 3.16

DuPont 13 45.96 -.42

DukeEngy 14 19.75 +.20

E-F-G-H

E-Trade 45 10.70 -.29

eBay 25 32.73 -.37

EMC Cp 23 21.81 -.69

EKodak 15 2.61 -.08

Eaton s 11 38.56 -1.21

ElPasoCp 26 19.20 -.06

Elan ... 9.98 +.32

EldorGld g 49 20.54 +.42

ElectArts ... 22.91 +.04

EmersonEl 15 45.55 +.11

EmpDist 17 20.43 +.20

EnCana g 50 22.84 -.11

EricsnTel ... 10.40 +.02

Exelon 13 44.07 +.76

Expedia 19 28.87 +.08

ExpScripts 18 41.53 +.25

ExxonMbl 10 74.01 +.31

Fastenal s 34 36.62 +.13

FedExCp 16 75.22 -.54

FifthThird 10 10.38 -.09

Finisar 25 21.89 +.64

FstHorizon 39 6.55 -.01

FstNiagara 14 10.19 -.11

FordM 5 10.42 -.12

ForestLab 8 32.38 -.07

ForestOil 17 18.50 -.62

FMCG s 7 38.55 -1.67

FrontierCm 42 6.78 -.22

GATX 20 34.27 -.90

GT AdvTc 5 8.38 -.72

Gafi sa SA ... 7.24 -.64

Gannett 4 9.51 -.44

Gap 9 16.72 -.31

GaylrdEnt ... 21.24 -.95

NYSE

INDEXES

COMMODITIES

Name Vol (00) Last Chg Name Vol (00) Last Chg

Name Vol (00) Last Chg

S&P500ETF 1985491 120.17 -.14

BkofAm 1332139 6.90 -.09

iShR2K 577813 69.15 -1.09

SPDR Fncl 545677 12.52 -.04

GenElec 541734 16.04 -.14

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)

MLFact7-12 9.83 +1.13 +13.0

Interpublic 8.13 +.62 +8.3

MagHRes 4.72 +.35 +8.0

RBSct prT 13.00 +.95 +7.9

ChinaDEd 2.77 +.20 +7.8

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)

52-Week Net % YTD 52-wk

High Low Name Last Chg Chg % Chg % Chg

Molycorp 41.45 -11.56 -21.8

Molycp pfA 83.74 -18.16 -17.8

TrinaSolar 8.04 -1.46 -15.4

Suntech 3.05 -.52 -14.6

Newcastle 4.90 -.75 -13.3

DIARY

Advanced 1,103

Declined 1,920

Unchanged 105

Total issues 3,128

New Highs 48

New Lows 81

DIARY

Advanced 208

Declined 242

Unchanged 44

Total issues 494

New Highs 5

New Lows 20

DIARY

Advanced 708

Declined 1,820

Unchanged 118

Total issues 2,646

New Highs 35

New Lows 106

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)

UQM Tech 2.24 +.26 +13.1

FieldPnt 2.85 +.32 +12.8

HelixBio g 2.19 +.15 +7.4

Minefnd g 18.45 +1.27 +7.4

GoldenMin 12.13 +.74 +6.5

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)

Quepasa 4.21 -.56 -11.7

RareEle g 7.13 -.86 -10.8

AvalRare n 3.45 -.36 -9.4

QuestRM g 3.42 -.32 -8.6

VirnetX 18.99 -1.66 -8.0

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)

Name Last Chg %Chg

Name Last Chg %Chg

Name Last Chg %Chg

Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg Name Last Chg %Chg

TransceptP 7.01 +1.38 +24.5

KonaGrill h 6.46 +1.20 +22.8

CumMed 2.98 +.48 +19.2

Trimeris h 2.32 +.37 +19.0

ChiValve 2.48 +.37 +17.5

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)

EastVaBk 2.46 -.62 -20.1

HSW Intl h 3.25 -.72 -18.2

Accuray 4.12 -.79 -16.1

Sina 92.76 -16.59 -15.2

H&E Eq 7.78 -1.34 -14.7

MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)

AMEX

NthgtM g 57889 3.88 +.20

NwGold g 51683 13.73 +.47

GoldStr g 47284 2.28 +.12

NovaGld g 40826 8.18 +.30

RareEle g 27467 7.13 -.86

MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)

NASDAQ

Intel 698553 22.20 +.27

PwShs QQQ 575613 56.36 -.25

Cisco 470918 16.53 +.02

Microsoft 470666 26.98 -.23

Oracle 461977 28.35 -.67

GenDynam 8 59.55 -.62

GenElec 14 16.04 -.14

GenGrPr n ... 13.04 +.39

GenMills 14 37.49 -.05

GenMot n 6 22.43 -.62

GenOn En ... 2.98 -.12

Genworth ... 5.71 -.18

Gerdau ... 8.21 -.30

GileadSci 12 40.84 +.79

GlaxoSKln ... 42.03 +.52

GloblInd ... 7.85 -.04

GoldFLtd 3 17.77 +.63

Goldcrp g 18 52.86 +2.22

GoldStr g ... 2.28 +.12

GoldmanS 10 102.61 -2.20

Goodrich 26 111.82 +4.22

Goodyear ... 10.69 -.27

GreenMtC ... 109.75 -1.87

Hallibrtn 14 37.98 -.28

HarmonyG ... 13.42 +.28

HartfdFn 5 17.93 -.39

HlthSouth 2 16.50 -1.48

HeclaM 26 7.07 +.05

Heinz 16 50.61 -.03

HercOffsh ... 3.93 -.18

Hertz 14 10.48 -.61

HewlettP 5 22.47 -.44

HollyFrt s 15 30.67 -1.38

HomeDp 16 34.81 +.46

HomeProp 83 58.44 -3.75

HonwllIntl 14 46.75 -.57

HopFedBc 82 6.56 -.29

HostHotls ... 11.51 -.14

HudsCity ... 5.94 +.12

HumGen ... 13.00 +.38

HuntBnk 11 5.03 +.07

I-J-K-L

IAMGld g 22 23.25 +1.02

ING ... 6.92 +.14

iShGold ... 17.62 +.26

iSAstla ... 21.89 -.13

iShBraz ... 58.77 -.67

iShGer ... 18.98 +.20

iShJapn ... 9.58 -.01

iSMalas ... 12.85 -.13

iShMex ... 52.81 -1.40

iSTaiwn ... 12.87 -.08

iShSilver ... 38.83 +.18

iShChina25 ... 35.22 -.19

iShEMkts ... 39.04 -.29

iShB20 T ... 114.86 +.48

iS Eafe ... 49.70 +.20

iSR1KG ... 56.59 -.19

iShR2K ... 69.15 -1.09

iShREst ... 55.41 -.16

ITW 12 45.00 -.11

Illumina 52 44.98 -2.45

IngerRd ... 33.20 -.44

IngrmM 10 17.46 -.23

Intel 10 22.20 +.27

IBM 14 174.72 +1.59

IntlGame 18 15.03 -.13

Interpublic 15 8.13 +.62

Invesco 10 17.84 -.18

InvMtgCap 4 15.77 -.53

ItauUnibH ... 16.26 -.11

IvanhM g ... 18.84 -.79

JA Solar 2 2.00 -.20

JDS Uniph 42 13.05 -.03

JPMorgCh 7 32.25 -.24

JPMAlerian ... 35.79 +.13

Jabil 12 17.29 -.22

Jefferies 10 13.95 -.17

JohnJn 14 64.22 +.08

JohnsnCtl 13 29.40 -.71

JnprNtwk 19 20.14 +.24

KB Home ... 6.44 +.35

Keycorp 6 6.34 +.02

Kinross g 25 17.65 +.66

KodiakO g 91 6.36 -.06

Kohls 12 46.85 -.47

Kraft 20 34.52 -.35

Kroger 12 22.41 +.03

LDK Solar 2 4.10 -.56

LSI Corp 12 6.28 -.21

LVSands 35 48.60 -.61

LeapWirlss ... 8.13 +.15

LennarA 29 14.10 -.37

Level3 ... 1.55 -.02

LibtyMIntA 13 15.51 -.51

LillyEli 8 37.87 +.35

Limited 15 41.24 +.36

LincNat 5 18.16 -.38

LizClaib ... 6.25 +.15

LloydBkg ... 2.10 -.04

LockhdM 9 75.44 -1.25

Lowes 13 19.92 -.09

lululemn gs 56 59.01 -1.70

M-N-O-P

MEMC 21 6.85 +.03

MFA Fncl 7 7.17 -.06

MGIC ... 2.33 -.03

MGM Rsts ... 11.03 +.15

Macys 11 27.34 -.22

MagHRes ... 4.72 +.35

Manitowoc ... 8.18 -.69

MarathnO s 5 24.77 -.40

MktVGold ... 65.63 +2.15

MktVJrGld ... 36.31 +.74

MarIntA 23 28.61 -.13

MartMM 35 64.40 -1.70

MarvellT 12 15.02 -.22

Masco ... 7.61 -.12

Mattel 14 26.90 -.04

McDrmInt 16 13.25 -.66

McDnlds 18 89.31 +.50

McGrwH 16 45.25 -.19

Medtrnic 12 34.82 +.75

MelcoCrwn 64 11.27 -.59

Merck 12 32.50 +.25

MetLife 9 31.07 -.44

MetroPCS 15 10.07 +.07

MicronT 11 6.85 -.03

Microsoft 10 26.98 -.23

Molycorp ... 41.45 -11.56

Momenta 3 11.60 -.70

Monsanto 23 67.71 -1.57

Moodys 12 32.87 +.17

MorgStan 33 15.12 -.03

Mosaic 13 66.04 -2.47

Move Inc ... 1.65 +.05

Mylan 15 20.19 -.10

NV Energy 17 14.82 +.29

Nabors 17 16.79 -.74

NOilVarco 15 61.69 -1.78

NatSemi 21 24.91 -.01

NetLogicM ... 48.10 -.05

NetApp 21 35.26 -1.09

Netfl ix 33 130.03 -13.72

NwGold g ... 13.73 +.47

NY CmtyB 11 12.61 -.12

Newcastle 1 4.90 -.75

NewellRub 11 12.59 -.36

NewmtM 16 69.90 +3.63

NewsCpA 15 16.82 -.07

NewsCpB 15 16.90 -.03

NiSource 20 22.51 +.30

NikeB 20 89.46 -.74

NobleCorp 30 34.50 -.15

NokiaCp ... 5.89 +.02

NthgtM g 97 3.88 +.20

NorthropG 8 53.85 -.03

NovaGld g ... 8.18 +.30

Novartis 12 55.38 +.11

Nvidia 16 14.75 -.39

OCharleys ... 5.85 -.27

OcciPet 11 80.78 -1.68

Offi ceDpt ... 2.27 -.07

OilSvHT ... 125.32 -1.71

OmniVisn 6 16.14 -.94

OnSmcnd 12 7.90 -.11

Oracle 17 28.35 -.67

PMC Sra 43 6.40 -.13

PNC 7 50.19 +.25

PPG 12 77.52 -.20

PPL Corp 12 29.27 +.59

PatriotCoal ... 11.41 -1.07

PeabdyE 13 42.90 -1.68

Penney 16 27.04 -.40

PeopUtdF 26 12.17 -.01

PepsiCo 15 60.39 -.17

PetrbrsA ... 23.40 -.35

Petrobras ... 25.65 -.34

Pfi zer 12 18.24 +.18

PhilipMor 16 68.28 +.37

PiperJaf 11 20.05 -.71

Popular 4 1.62 -.04

Potash s 19 52.05 -1.97

Power-One 5 5.84 -.47

PS USDBull ... 21.86

PwShs QQQ ... 56.36 -.25

ProLogis ... 28.27 +.36

ProShtS&P ... 43.56 +.05

PrUShS&P ... 22.86 +.07

PrUlShDow ... 18.86 -.06

ProUltQQQ ... 84.35 -.73

PrUShQQQ rs ... 47.57 +.44

ProUltSP ... 43.09 -.09

ProUShL20 ... 21.79 -.21

ProUSSP500 ... 17.47 +.04

PrUltSP500 s ... 55.49 -.16

ProUSSlv rs ... 12.42 -.11

ProUShEuro ... 18.55 +.04

ProctGam 16 64.08 +.27

ProgsvCp 10 18.00 +.02

ProUSR2K rs ... 51.92 +1.65

Prudentl 7 48.98 -.58

PSEG 10 34.81 +.47

PulteGrp ... 4.51 +.13

Q-R-S-T

Qualcom 23 53.11 -.56

QksilvRes 4 8.73 -.12

RF MicD 19 7.00 -.01

RegionsFn ... 3.78 -.03

ReneSola 1 2.35 -.29

Renren n ... 5.51 -.51

RschMotn 4 22.73 -.99

RexEnergy ... 14.92 +1.37

RioTinto ... 54.71 -.41

RiteAid ... 1.11 -.03

Riverbed s 69 22.03 -1.76

RylCarb 10 25.32 +1.05

SpdrDJIA ... 113.88 +.16

SpdrGold ... 175.78 +2.47

S&P500ETF ... 120.17 -.14

SpdrHome ... 14.33 -.11

SpdrKbwBk ... 18.62 -.05

SpdrLehHY ... 38.10

SpdrRetl ... 48.99 -.86

SpdrOGEx ... 51.09 -.66

SpdrMetM ... 53.31 -2.05

Safeway 10 17.12 -.40

Salesforce ... 128.41 -7.67

SanDisk 8 42.65 -1.02

SandRdge 30 7.08 -.27

Sanofi ... 33.25 +.35

SaraLee 8 17.46 +.24

SavientPh ... 4.62 +.25

Schlmbrg 18 69.29 -1.47

Schwab 20 11.87 -.06

SeagateT 10 11.41 -.29

SemiHTr ... 30.47 -.24

SiderurNac ... 9.25 -.24

SilvWhtn g 31 40.94 +.99

SilvrcpM g 16 7.02 +.05

Sina ... 92.76 -16.59

SiriusXM 59 1.78 -.01

SouthnCo 18 42.81 +.45

SwstAirl 13 8.49 -.18

SwstnEngy 22 38.70 -.96

SpectraEn 15 25.88 -.06

SprintNex ... 3.33 -.02

SP Matls ... 33.61 -.40

SP HlthC ... 33.01 +.30

SP CnSt ... 30.64 +.06

SP Consum ... 37.50 -.20

SP Engy ... 65.62 -.41

SPDR Fncl ... 12.52 -.04

SP Inds ... 31.44 -.23

SP Tech ... 24.86 -.06

SP Util ... 34.28 +.49

Staples 11 14.13 -.36

Starbucks 27 41.08 -.08

StateStr 10 32.67 -.12

StillwtrM 12 11.53 -1.47

Stryker 15 48.49 -.01

Suncor gs 13 29.07 -.61

Suntech 3 3.05 -.52

SunTrst 23 18.98 -.18

Supvalu ... 7.25 -.17

Symantec 22 17.35 -.05

Synovus ... 1.32

Sysco 14 27.11 +.04

TJX 17 58.24 +.87

TaiwSemi ... 12.12 -.10

TalismE g ... 14.14 +.08

Target 12 52.28 -.48

TeckRes g ... 36.30 -1.81

TelefEsp s ... 19.10 +.05

Tellabs ... 4.50 +.03

TempleInld 18 31.29

TenetHlth 2 4.46 -.15

Terex ... 12.68 -.83

TevaPhrm 11 36.62 -1.11

TexInst 11 27.54 -.16

Textron 41 17.60 +.03

3M Co 13 79.21

TimeWarn 13 31.22 +.45

TiVo Inc ... 10.32 -.43

TollBros 35 16.00 +.16

Total SA ... 44.07 -.27

TransceptP ... 7.01 +1.38

Travelers 10 50.42 +.52

TrinaSolar 2 8.04 -1.46

TriQuint 5 5.57 -.15

TwoHrbInv 6 9.61 -.26

TycoIntl 14 45.05 +.30

Tyson 8 16.83 -.41

U-V-W-X-Y-Z

UBS AG ... 11.39 -.12

US Airwy 5 5.97 +.17

UtdContl 13 20.77 +.01

UPS B 17 66.21 +.41

US Bancrp 12 24.09 +.20

US NGs rs ... 9.51 -.16

US OilFd ... 33.43 +.14

USSteel ... 26.36 -.94

UtdTech 15 76.01 +.46

UtdhlthGp 11 49.83 -.12

Vale SA ... 26.75 +.04

Vale SA pf ... 24.69 +.13

ValeroE 17 20.98 -.43

VangTSM ... 61.82 -.22

VangEmg ... 40.21 -.15

VeriFone 29 39.48 +.01

VerizonCm 16 36.41 +.13

VertxPh ... 52.05 +1.87

ViacomB 14 46.69 -.34

VimpelCm 8 10.60 +.05

VirgnMda h ... 26.13 +.08

Visa 19 92.84 +2.81

Vodafone ... 25.89 +.25

VulcanM ... 30.77 -.59

WalMart 12 52.29 -.16

Walgrn 14 37.09 +.04

WsteMInc 16 31.14 -.11

WeathfIntl 82 15.56 -.44

WellPoint 9 67.26 +.16

WellsFargo 10 24.67 +.34

Wendys Co ... 5.01 +.09

WstnUnion 11 16.23 -.03

Weyerh 4 17.51

WmsCos 19 26.86 -.37

Windstrm 22 12.85 -.02

Wynn 51 153.21 -5.10

XcelEngy 15 25.25 +.32

Xerox 14 7.76 -.15

Xilinx 13 30.03 -1.43

YRC rsh ... .07 +.00

Yahoo 16 14.36 -.25

Yamana g 20 16.74 +.75

YingliGrn 2 3.26 -.31

Youku n ... 18.25 -.74

YumBrnds 21 54.54 -.23

Amer Century Inv:

EqInc x 6.86 -0.04 -3.1

GrowthI 25.03 -0.13 -3.1

Ultra 22.65 -0.19

ValueInv x 5.23 -0.02 -7.5

American Funds A:

AmcpA p 18.18 -0.05 -3.1

AMutlA p 24.49 +0.03 -1.5

BalA p 17.72 -0.04 +0.5

BondA p 12.57 +5.6

CapIBA p 48.07 +0.19 -1.0

CapWGA p 31.64 +0.09 -9.6

CapWA p 21.02 -0.01 +4.7

EupacA p 35.95 +0.02 -13.1

FdInvA p 34.27 -0.10 -5.7

GwthA p 28.76 -0.12 -5.5

HI TrA p 10.71 +0.1

IncoA p 16.12 +0.02 +0.3

IntBdA p 13.68 +0.01 +3.5

ICAA p 25.99 -0.03 -6.4

NEcoA p 23.80 -0.16 -6.0

N PerA p 26.37 +0.03 -7.9

NwWrldA 47.98 -0.09 -12.1

SmCpA p 33.97 -0.31 -12.6

TxExA p 12.36 +0.01 +7.6

WshA p 27.01 +0.4

Aquila Funds:

KY TF A 10.72 +7.4

Artio Global Funds:

IntlEqI r 25.14 -0.06 -16.6

IntEqII I r 10.44 -0.01 -16.2

Artisan Funds:

Intl 19.72 -9.1

MidCap 34.16 -0.31 +1.6

MidCapVal 19.86 -0.13 -1.1

Baron Funds:

Growth 49.49 -0.50 -3.4

Bernstein Fds:

IntDur 14.23 -0.01 +6.5

DivMu 14.70 +5.4

TxMgdIntl 13.07 +0.05 -16.9

BlackRock A:

Eng&ResA 33.89 -0.64 -13.8

EqtyDiv 17.20 +0.01 -1.0

GlAlA r 18.74 -2.8

BlackRock B&C:

GlAlC t 17.47 +0.01 -3.2

BlackRock Instl:

EquityDv 17.24 +0.01 -0.8

GlbAlloc r 18.83 -2.6

Calamos Funds:

GrwthA p 50.26 -0.73 -5.8

Columbia Class Z:

Acorn Z 27.80 -0.36 -6.7

AcornIntZ 36.08 -0.21 -9.6

ValRestr 43.94 -0.42 -12.6

Credit Suisse Comm:

ComRet t 9.04 +0.04 -3.2

DFA Funds:

IntlCorEq 9.48 -0.01 -13.9

USCorEq2 10.00 -0.09 -8.0

DWS Invest S:

GroIncS 15.92 -0.10 -2.0

Davis Funds A:

NYVen A 31.28 -0.02 -8.9

Davis Funds C & Y:

NYVenY 31.67 -0.01 -8.7

Delaware Invest A:

Diver Inc p 9.40 -0.01 +5.3

Dimensional Fds:

EmMCrEq 18.21 -0.09 -16.8

EmMktV 28.32 -0.15 -20.7

IntSmVa 14.49 -0.09 -14.5

USLgVa 18.30 -0.10 -8.1

US SmVa 21.83 -0.46 -14.4

IntlSmCo 14.93 -0.07 -11.6

Fixd 10.36 +0.7

IntVa 14.92 +0.02 -16.7

Glb5FxInc 11.34 +5.4

2YGlFxd 10.24 +1.0

Dodge&Cox:

Balanced 65.78 -0.21 -5.3

Income 13.50 +4.2

IntlStk 29.72 -0.01 -16.8

Stock 97.56 -0.43 -8.7

DoubleLine Funds:

TRBd I 11.30 +9.0

Eaton Vance A:

LgCpVal 16.42 -0.01 -9.0

Eaton Vance I:

FltgRt 8.69 +0.01 -0.2

LgCapVal 16.47 -8.8

FMI Funds:

LgCap p 15.08 -3.4

FPA Funds:

NwInc 10.84 +2.0

FPACres 26.06 -0.03 -1.9

Fairholme 26.16 -0.09 -26.5

Fidelity Advisor A:

NwInsgh p 19.72 -0.03 -1.0

StrInA 12.45 +3.9

Fidelity Advisor I:

NwInsgtI 19.94 -0.03 -0.8

Fidelity Freedom:

FF2010 13.38 -0.01 -1.2

FF2015 11.16 -0.01 -1.2

FF2020 13.43 -0.01 -2.2

FF2020K 12.70 -0.01 -2.2

FF2025 11.07 -0.01 -3.5

FF2025K 12.71 -0.02 -3.5

FF2030 13.15 -0.02 -4.1

FF2030K 12.82 -0.02 -4.0

FF2035 10.80 -0.02 -5.5

FF2040 7.53 -0.01 -5.6

Fidelity Invest:

AllSectEq 11.81 -0.02 -4.5

AMgr50 14.99 -0.02 -2.0

Balanc 18.10 -0.01 +0.1

BalancedK 18.10 -0.01 +0.2

BlueChGr 43.35 -0.30 -0.7

Canada 53.77 +0.13 -7.5

CapAp 24.49 -0.10 -3.4

CpInc r 8.88 -0.02 -2.0

Contra 67.23 -0.08 -0.6

ContraK 67.26 -0.08 -0.5

DisEq 20.91 -0.08 -7.2

DivIntl 26.59 +0.14 -11.8

DivrsIntK r 26.59 +0.13 -11.7

DivGth 25.37 -0.17 -10.5

Eq Inc 39.37 -0.01 -10.3

EQII 16.23 -10.4

Fidel 31.34 -0.05 -2.3

FltRateHi r 9.53 +0.02 -0.7

GNMA 11.92 -0.01 +7.1

GovtInc 10.85 +6.9

GroCo 84.58 -0.82 +1.7

GroInc 17.22 +0.02 -5.2

GrowthCoK 84.62 -0.81 +1.8

HighInc r 8.59 +0.02 +0.4

IntBd 10.92 +5.8

IntlDisc 28.66 +0.08 -13.3

InvGrBd 11.92 +0.01 +6.7

InvGB 7.72 +0.01 +6.9

LgCapVal 10.24 -0.04 -10.7

LatAm 50.05 -0.41 -15.2

LowP r 34.46 -0.27 -4.0

LowPriK r 34.44 -0.27 -3.9

Magelln 63.83 -0.29 -10.8

MidCap 26.36 -0.25 -3.9

MuniInc 12.88 +0.01 +8.2

NwMkt r 15.84 +0.03 +5.2

OTC 55.77 -0.48 +1.5

100Index 8.47 -0.01 -3.1

Puritn 17.60 -0.01 -0.9

SCmdtyStrt 9.89 -5.0

SrsIntGrw 10.09 +0.07 -10.6

SrsIntVal 8.30 +0.04 -16.5

SrInvGrdF 11.92 +0.01 +6.8

STBF 8.53 +1.9

StratInc 11.14 +4.0

TotalBd 11.09 +0.01 +6.1

USBI 11.83 +0.01 +6.7

Utility 16.68 +0.14 +5.9

Value 61.11 -0.33 -11.0

Fidelity Selects:

Gold r 54.01 +1.55 +5.7

Fidelity Spartan:

ExtMkIn 34.56 -0.51 -8.3

500IdxInv 42.74 -0.07 -3.1

IntlInxInv 30.60 +0.17 -12.7

TotMktInv 34.86 -0.15 -4.0

Fidelity Spart Adv:

500IdxAdv 42.74 -0.07 -3.0

TotMktAd r 34.87 -0.14 -4.0

First Eagle:

GlblA 45.66 +0.06 -1.5

OverseasA 21.78 +0.02 -3.9

Frank/Temp Frnk A:

CalTFA p 7.01 +0.01 +8.0

FedTFA p 12.03 +0.01 +9.5

HYTFA p 10.14 +0.01 +9.3

IncomA p 2.06 +0.01 -1.0

NYTFA p 11.73 +0.01 +7.9

USGovA p 6.95 +5.9

Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv:

GlbBdAdv 13.07 -0.02 -0.2

IncmeAd 2.05 +0.01 -0.9

Frank/Temp Frnk C:

IncomC t 2.08 +0.01 -1.4

Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:

SharesA 19.03 +0.01 -7.0

Frank/Temp Temp A:

GlBd A p 13.11 -0.02 -0.3

GrwthA p 16.00 +0.06 -10.1

WorldA p 13.59 +0.07 -8.4

Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:

GlBdC p 13.14 -0.01 -0.6

GMO Trust III:

Quality 20.92 +0.05 +5.1

GMO Trust VI:

EmgMkts r 11.77 -0.04 -13.0

Quality 20.93 +0.05 +5.2

Harbor Funds:

Bond 12.33 -0.01 +3.2

CapApInst 37.64 -0.21 +2.5

Intl r 52.44 +0.31 -13.4

Hartford Fds A:

CpAppA p 29.13 -0.19 -15.9

Hartford Fds Y:

CapAppI 29.19 -0.19 -15.7

Hartford HLS IA :

CapApp 37.01 -0.24 -12.6

Hussman Funds:

StrGrowth 12.72 -0.04 +3.5

IVA Funds:

Wldwide I r 16.22 -0.01 -3.0

Invesco Funds A:

CmstkA 14.52 -0.03 -6.7

EqIncA 8.06 -4.9

GrIncA p 17.66 +0.01 -7.3

Ivy Funds:

AssetSC t 22.75 -0.02 -4.1

AssetStA p 23.53 -0.02 -3.6

AssetStrI r 23.76 -0.02 -3.5

JPMorgan A Class:

CoreBd A 11.91 +6.3

JPMorgan Sel Cls:

CoreBd 11.90 +6.5

HighYld 7.76 +0.01 -0.1

ShtDurBd 11.03 +1.6

USLCCrPls 19.30 -0.06 -6.6

Janus T Shrs:

GlLifeSciT r 24.09 +0.10 +3.7

OvrseasT r 36.75 -0.34 -27.4

PrkMCVal T 21.24 -0.09 -5.9

John Hancock Cl 1:

LSBalanc 12.34 -0.02 -3.6

LSGrwth 12.03 -0.04 -6.3

Lazard Instl:

EmgMktI 18.60 -0.01 -14.2

Longleaf Partners:

Partners 26.77 -0.22 -5.3

Loomis Sayles:

LSBondI x 14.29 -0.08 +4.1

StrInc C x 14.77 -0.07 +2.7

LSBondR x 14.24 -0.07 +3.9

StrIncA x 14.69 -0.07 +3.3

Loomis Sayles Inv:

InvGrBdY 12.39 -0.02 +5.7

Lord Abbett A:

AffilA p 10.05 -0.05 -12.8

BdDebA p 7.57 +0.01 +1.2

ShDurIncA p 4.55 +2.1

Lord Abbett C:

ShDurIncC t 4.57 +1.3

MFS Funds A:

TotRA 13.68 -0.02 -1.5

ValueA 21.26 -0.03 -6.1

MFS Funds I:

ValueI 21.37 -0.02 -6.0

Manning&Napier Fds:

WldOppA 7.35 +0.01 -14.1

Matthews Asian:

China Inv 24.64 -0.23 -16.1

IndiaInv r 17.40 -0.01 -19.0

MergerFd 15.72 -0.01 -0.4

Metro West Fds:

TotRetBd 10.53 -0.01 +4.7

TotRtBdI 10.53 +4.9

MorganStanley Inst:

MCapGrI 36.79 -0.63 -1.5

Mutual Series:

GblDiscA 26.31 +0.14 -7.6

GlbDiscZ 26.69 +0.15 -7.4

SharesZ 19.22 +0.02 -6.7

Neuberger&Berm Inv:

GenesInst 45.62 -0.46 -0.7

Northern Funds:

HiYFxInc 6.98 +0.7

Oakmark Funds I:

EqtyInc r 26.76 -0.06 -3.5

Intl I r 16.01 +0.02 -17.5

Oakmark 39.85 -0.03 -3.5

Oberweis Funds:

ChinaOpp 11.44 -0.25 -31.2

Old Westbury Fds:

GlobOpp 7.24 -4.9

GlbSMdCap 13.78 -0.10 -9.2

Oppenheimer A:

DvMktA p 31.04 -0.11 -14.9

GlobA p 54.93 +0.03 -9.0

GblStrIncA 4.15 +1.1

IntBdA p 6.49 -0.01 +1.6

Oppenheimer Roch:

RoMu A p 15.77 +0.03 +8.2

Oppenheimer Y:

DevMktY 30.77 -0.10 -14.7

IntlBdY 6.48 -0.02 +1.7

PIMCO Admin PIMS:

TotRtAd 10.97 +3.3

PIMCO Instl PIMS:

AlAsetAut r 10.57 +0.01 +2.9

AllAsset 11.97 +0.02 +2.2

ComodRR 8.32 +0.04 +1.8

DivInc 11.30 +2.8

EmgMkCur 10.30 -0.02 -1.6

HiYld 8.87 +0.5

InvGrCp 10.64 +0.01 +5.4

LowDu 10.39 +1.6

RealRtnI 12.16 +0.03 +10.3

ShortT 9.81 +0.4

TotRt 10.97 +3.5

PIMCO Funds A:

RealRtA p 12.16 +0.03 +10.0

TotRtA 10.97 +3.2

PIMCO Funds C:

RERRStg t 4.42 +0.01 +16.7

TotRtC t 10.97 +2.6

PIMCO Funds D:

TRtn p 10.97 +3.3

PIMCO Funds P:

TotRtnP 10.97 +3.4

Perm Port Funds:

Permannt 48.66 +0.04 +6.2

Pioneer Funds A:

PionFdA p 37.64 NA

Price Funds:

BlChip 38.66 -0.15 +1.4

CapApp 19.82 -0.03 -2.4

EmMktS 29.74 -0.22 -15.7

EqInc 21.93 -0.02 -6.7

EqIndex 32.52 -0.05 -3.2

Growth 31.80 -0.18 -1.1

HiYield 6.42 -0.2

IntlBond 10.24 -0.01 +4.8

IntlStk 12.57 -0.03 -11.7

LatAm 44.04 -0.56 -22.4

MidCap 56.13 -0.41 -4.1

MCapVal 21.92 -0.14 -7.5

N Asia 17.22 -0.12 -10.2

New Era 45.69 -0.50 -12.4

N Horiz 33.39 -0.44 -0.3

N Inc 9.72 +5.0

R2010 15.11 -0.02 -1.5

R2015 11.60 -0.03 -2.4

R2020 15.89 -0.05 -3.3

R2025 11.55 -0.04 -4.1

R2030 16.45 -0.06 -4.8

R2040 16.45 -0.06 -5.6

ShtBd 4.84 +1.5

SmCpStk 31.50 -0.51 -8.5

SmCapVal 32.76 -0.52 -9.3

SpecIn 12.27 -0.01 +2.2

Value 21.65 -0.04 -7.2

Putnam Funds A:

GrInA p 12.07 -0.05 -10.1

Putnam Funds Y:

MultiCpGr 49.26 -0.46 -6.8

RBBSenbc p 5.30

Royce Funds:

PennMuI r 10.57 -0.17 -9.3

PremierI r 19.51 -0.15 -4.1

Schwab Funds:

1000Inv r 35.83 -0.11 -3.6

S&P Sel 18.97 -0.04 -3.1

Scout Funds:

Intl 27.86 +0.09 -13.5

Sequoia 135.38 -0.08 +4.7

Templeton Instit:

ForEqS 17.32 +0.17 -13.3

Thornburg Fds:

IntValA p 24.37 +0.20 -12.5

IntValue I 24.92 +0.20 -12.3

Tweedy Browne:

GblValue 21.80 +0.29 -8.5

Vanguard Admiral:

BalAdml 21.28 -0.05 +0.6

CAITAdm 11.22 +7.7

CpOpAdl 69.49 -0.38 -9.5

EMAdmr r 33.45 -0.11 -16.1

Energy 114.33 -0.73 -5.5

ExtdAdm 37.89 -0.55 -8.2

500Adml 111.26 -0.18 -3.0

GNMA Ad 11.19 -0.01 +6.7

GrwAdm 31.12 -0.12 -0.9

HlthCr 55.19 +0.27 +7.7

HiYldCp 5.60 +3.4

InfProAd 27.97 +0.08 +11.8

ITBdAdml 11.93 +0.01 +9.8

IntGrAdm 54.11 +0.13 -12.0

ITAdml 13.86 +7.3

ITGrAdm 10.15 +6.7

LtdTrAd 11.16 +3.2

LTGrAdml 10.20 +0.03 +13.7

LT Adml 11.19 +0.01 +8.2

MCpAdml 87.15 -0.82 -5.4

MuHYAdm 10.57 +0.01 +8.2

PrmCap r 64.42 -0.33 -5.6

ReitAdm r 79.15 -0.10 +2.5

STsyAdml 10.87 +2.4

ShtTrAd 15.94 +1.5

STIGrAd 10.71 +1.9

SmCAdm 31.69 -0.51 -8.9

TtlBAdml 11.04 +6.6

TStkAdm 30.08 -0.12 -3.9

WellslAdm 54.20 +0.08 +5.0

WelltnAdm 52.47 +0.09 -0.9

Windsor 41.28 -0.09 -8.8

WdsrIIAd 43.11 +0.03 -4.4

Vanguard Fds:

AssetA 23.50 -0.05 -3.3

DivdGro 14.44 +0.03 +1.4

Energy 60.87 -0.39 -5.5

Explr 68.00 -1.09 -6.7

GNMA 11.19 -0.01 +6.6

HYCorp 5.60 +3.4

HlthCre 130.75 +0.63 +7.6

InflaPro 14.24 +0.04 +11.7

IntlGr 17.00 +0.05 -12.1

IntlVal 27.31 +0.06 -15.1

ITIGrade 10.15 +6.6

LifeCon 16.15 -0.02 -0.3

LifeGro 20.86 -0.04 -4.8

LifeMod 19.01 -0.03 -2.1

Morg 17.44 -0.15 -3.3

MuInt 13.86 +7.3

PrecMtls r 25.63 +0.43 -4.0

PrmcpCor 13.12 -0.07 -4.7

Prmcp r 62.05 -0.32 -5.7

STAR 18.56 -0.02 -1.8

STIGrade 10.71 +1.8

TgtRetInc 11.51 -0.01 +3.3

TgRe2010 22.56 -0.02 +1.1

TgtRe2015 12.32 -0.02 -0.8

TgRe2020 21.66 -0.04 -2.0

TgtRe2025 12.23 -0.03 -3.1

TgRe2030 20.80 -0.04 -4.1

TgtRe2035 12.42 -0.03 -5.1

TgtRe2040 20.33 -0.05 -5.4

TgtRe2045 12.77 -0.03 -5.4

Wellsly 22.37 +0.03 +4.9

Welltn 30.38 +0.06 -1.0

Wndsr 12.23 -0.03 -8.9

WndsII 24.28 +0.01 -4.4

Vanguard Idx Fds:

TotIntAdm r 22.82 +0.02 -13.4

TotIntlIP r 91.33 +0.09 -13.4

500 111.23 -0.18 -3.1

MidCap 19.18 -0.18 -5.6

SmCap 31.63 -0.52 -9.0

SmlCpGth 20.43 -0.36 -6.8

TotBnd 11.04 +6.6

TotlIntl 13.64 +0.01 -13.5

TotStk 30.06 -0.13 -4.0

Vanguard Instl Fds:

BalInst 21.28 -0.05 +0.6

DevMkInst 8.70 +0.04 -12.8

ExtIn 37.89 -0.55 -8.2

FTAllWldI r 81.18 +0.12 -13.5

GrwthIst 31.12 -0.12 -0.9

InfProInst 11.39 +0.03 +11.8

InstIdx 110.51 -0.18 -3.0

InsPl 110.52 -0.18 -3.0

InsTStPlus 27.21 -0.11 -3.9

MidCpIst 19.25 -0.18 -5.4

SCInst 31.69 -0.51 -8.9

TBIst 11.04 +6.7

TSInst 30.08 -0.13 -3.9

Vanguard Signal:

500Sgl 91.91 -0.15 -3.0

STBdIdx 10.71 +3.1

TotBdSgl 11.04 +6.6

TotStkSgl 29.03 -0.12 -3.9

Waddell & Reed Adv:

Accm 7.21 -0.05 -3.7

ScTechA 10.19 -0.09 -1.9

Western Asset:

CorePlus I 11.09 -0.01 +5.5

Yacktman Funds:

Fund p 16.96 -0.01 +2.5

Name P/E Last Chg YTD

Name NAV Chg. %Rt.

3,797,166,063

Volume 88,796,062

Volume 1,890,072,028

Volume

Wheat CBOT

5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

Dec 11 672.00 687.00 671.00 674.00 +1.00

Mar 12 712.00 723.00 708.00 711.00 +1.00

May 12 734.00 744.00 730.00 734.00 +1.00

Jul 12 742.00 751.00 738.00 740.00 +.00

Est. Sales 87,735 Mon’s sales 62,788

Mon’s open int.414,164 Chg. +2474.00

Corn CBOT

5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

Dec 11 690.00 704.00 690.00 690.00 -2.00

Mar 12 700.00 717.00 700.00 703.00 -2.00

May 12 714.00 724.00 710.00 710.00 -2.00

Jul 12 718.00 728.00 714.00 714.00 -2.00

Est. Sales 393,206 Mon’s sales 278,221

Mon’s open int.1,212,789 Chg. -3162.00

Oats CBOT

5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

Dec 11 351.00 353.00 343.00 349.00 +3.00

Mar 12 362.00 363.00 354.00 360.00 +3.00

May 12 365.00 371.00 365.00 366.00 +2.00

Jul 12 369.00 372.00 369.00 372.00 +2.00

Est. Sales 1,235 Mon’s sales 942

Mon’s open int.14,007 Chg. +53.00

Soybean CBOT

5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

Nov 11 1338.00 1350.00 1335.00 1338.00 +2.00

Jan 12 1349.00 1360.00 1346.00 1348.00 +2.00

Mar 12 1357.00 1367.00 1353.00 1356.00 +2.00

May 12 1362.00 1373.00 1358.00 1361.00 +2.00

Est. Sales 273,178 Mon’s sales 176,358

Mon’s open int.588,291 Chg. -6907.00

Gold COMX Dec 11 1809.10 +30.20

Silver COMX Dec 11 4013.7 +97.4

GRAINS

METALS

LIVESTOCK

Federal Market News Service

Closed

Exch Contract Settle Chg

J J A S

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11,408.66

11,373.92

Sept. 20, 2011

+0.07%

Dow Jones

industrials

11,550.22

High Low

Pct. change from previous:

+7.65

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11,000

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12,000

12,500

13,000

4B • Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • The Paducah Sun Business paducahsun.com

Wall Street

NEW YORK — Stocks erased their gains

after rallying all day on hopes the Federal

Reserve would take steps to stimulate the

economy.

Many analysts believe the Fed will an-

nounce a new stimulus plan at the end of

a two-day policy meeting Wednesday. But

investors are selling stocks amid fear that

European finance ministers may not be

able to prevent a Greek default and signs

that U.S. growth is slowing.

At the closing bell, the Dow Jones indus-

trial average eked out an 8 point, or 0.1

percent gain, at 11,409. The Standard &

Poor’s 500 index was down 2, or 0.2 per-

cent, at 1,203. The Nasdaq composite was

down 23, or 0.9 percent, at 2,590.

Nearly two stocks fell for every one

that rose. Trading was light, at 3.8 billion

shares.

Associated Press

BY DAVID B. CARUSO

Associated Press

NEW YORK — An Inter-

net poker company that was

blocked from operating in the

U.S. in the spring as part of an

online gambling crackdown

was “not a legitimate poker

company, but a global Ponzi

scheme,” federal prosecutors

said Tuesday.

The popular Full Tilt Poker

website illegally raided player

accounts to fund operations

and make lavish payments

to its owners, Justice Depart-

ment lawyers said in a revised

civil lawsuit fi led in New York.

Over four years, the compa-

ny used $444 million in player

money to pay board members,

including well-known profes-

sional poker players Christo-

pher Ferguson and Howard

Lederer, investigators said.

The poker site had prom-

ised players that their ac-

counts were protected and

wouldn’t be touched. But

authorities say that, as of

March, the company had only

$60 million left in its bank ac-

counts to cover the $390 mil-

lion it owed to players. It rou-

tinely mingled player money

with its own fi nances, and

took cash from some custom-

ers to pay out winnings due to

others, prosecutors said.

“Full Tilt was not a legitimate

poker company, but a global

Ponzi scheme,” U.S. Attorney

Preet Bharara said in a state-

ment. “Not only did the fi rm

orchestrate a massive fraud

against the U.S. banking sys-

tem, as previously alleged, Full

Tilt also cheated and abused its

own players to the tune of hun-

dreds of millions of dollars.”

A lawyer for the site, Barry

Boss, was traveling Tuesday

and not immediately avail-

able for comment. The As-

sociated Press could not im-

mediately locate Ferguson,

Lederer or their representa-

tives for comment.

Federal authorities initially

sued Full Tilt Poker in April

as part of a crackdown on the

most popular online poker

sites in the U.S. They also

fi led criminal charges against

the company’s two top execu-

tives, Nelson Burtnick and

Raymond Bitar.

Those charges are pending,

and the men are still being

sought by authorities. Previ-

ously, they have issued state-

ments through a publicist

condemning the charges as

unfounded.

Executives at two other

sites, PokerStars and Abso-

lute Poker, also face charges

and civil suits.

U.S. lawmakers made it a

crime to accept money in con-

nection with unlawful gam-

bling in 2006, but some big

card-playing sites continued

to operate anyway.

Feds say Full Tilt Poker site was Ponzi scheme

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Disney parks to add

‘Avatar’ attractions

GLENDALE, Calif. —

The Walt Disney Co. said

Tuesday that it has agreed

on an exclusive deal to

build attractions based on

James Cameron’s “Avatar”

at its theme parks, starting

with its Animal Kingdom

park in Orlando, Fla.

Construction is set

to begin in 2013 and is

expected to be finished

about three years after

that.

The “Avatar” attraction

is to be an immersive land

spanning several acres

and will cost less than

half of the estimated $1

billion it cost to expand

Disney California Adventure

Park, or around $400

million.

Cameron, who is working

on the second and

third installments of the

top-grossing film of all

time, said the attractions

would be a way to bring

the lush world of Pandora

to life, and would include

animatronics and potentially

multimedia shows

that use 3-D and holographic

technology.

50 Cent to play

pimp in movie

ANCHORAGE, Alaska

— Rap star 50 Cent has

signed on to play a pimp

in a movie detailing Alaska’s

infamous serial killer,

Robert Hansen.

Curtis Jackson, the

performer’s real name,

has been cast for “Frozen

Ground.”

Academy Award-winning

actor Nicolas Cage will

star in the movie detailing

the police investigation of

Hansen, who preyed on

prostitutes and strippers

in the 1970s and early

’80s in Anchorage.

Hansen confessed to

killing 17 women; some he

let loose in the Alaska wilderness

and hunted.

Cage will play an Alaska

State Trooper who investigated

the murders. John

Cusack will play Hansen,

and Vanessa Hudgens,

of “High School Musical”

fame, will play a victim

who escaped.

Filming is scheduled to

start in Anchorage in October.

Romano to appear

on Heaton series

NEW YORK — Patricia

Heaton and her former

“Everybody Loves Raymond”

co-star are experiencing

a role reversal on

her new sitcom.

Ray Romano guest stars

in the season premiere of

ABC’s “The Middle,” airing

at 7 p.m. Central Wednesday.

Heaton plays a wife

and mom on the show,

just as she did for nine

seasons on “Everybody

Loves Raymond.”

In an interview Tuesday,

Heaton joked that she put

Romano in his place. “I

made him run to craft services

for me the way he

used to make me do on

‘Raymond.’”

The episode flashes

back to a disastrous

honeymoon camping trip

for Heaton’s character

Frankie and her husband,

Mike.

Romano plays Mike’s

old high school basketball

buddy who shows up

unannounced and who

Heaton says “never knows

when to leave.”

Hilton finishing

year of probation

LAS VEGAS — Paris Hilton

is wrapping up a year

of probation stemming

from a 2010 drug arrest

on the Las Vegas Strip.

Officials say Hilton’s attorneys

appeared in court

Tuesday on the 30-yearold

celebrity socialite’s

behalf to show Hilton had

completed her obligations

to the court. She had to

pay a $2,000 fine and

serve 200 hours of community

service in addition

to probation.

Hilton pleaded guilty to

misdemeanor charges of

drug possession and obstructing

an officer after

police pulled over her and

her then-boyfriend on Aug.

26, 2010.

Police say they detected

a “vapor trail” of marijuana

smoke wafting from

the couple’s vehicle.

Hilton was arrested

when a bag containing

0.8 of a gram of cocaine

fell from her purse as she

reached for lip balm in

front of an officer.

Jagger not confirming

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WED., SEPT. 21, 2011

ARIES (March 21-April 19):

Don’t let a setback regarding

living arrangements upset

you. A change is necessary to

eliminate past annoyances. Put

emotions on the shelf and deal

with matters directly, swiftly

and completely. Leave nothing

to chance.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20):

Overreacting will lead to a

messy situation. Stop putting

pressure on yourself and demands

on others. Chill out and

let the dust settle. Enjoying

friends or focusing on work and

getting ahead will be a far better

way to spend your day.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20):

Memories may irk you, but use

them as a reminder and you

can avoid making a mistake

that could result in the loss of

a friendship. Say little; do a lot.

Treat others the way you want

to be treated. Refuse to get

drawn into an argument where

no one wins.

CANCER (June 21-July 22):

Don’t judge others or you will be

judged. Help someone in need

without criticizing or preaching.

Consider your motives and be

open regarding your concerns.

No one is perfect, including

you. You can do good or make

matters worse. You decide.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Your

way of thinking is taking an

unusual turn. Before you get

emotionally pulled into something

less than ideal, examine

why you are drawn. Focus on

long-term benefi ts and don’t let

love lead you astray. Put professional

ambition fi rst for now.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

Renewed friendships will bring

back memories and resurrect

old ideas and plans. Reconnect

with a new attitude and

an open heart. Travel to reunite

with someone in person.

Friendships with foreigners will

bring knowledge and favors.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):

Don’t let ambition stand in

the way of personal relationships.

Tend to your health and

Horoscopes

refuse to neglect the people

and things that are important

to you. Find out what you’ve

missed because you didn’t

take the time.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Your willpower and determination

is skyrocketing. Connect

with people who owe you or

have something to offer that

you can use to excel. Raise

your profi le and connect with

people who can offer better

options. Don’t waste time with

anger.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.

21): Listen carefully. Be prepared

to take responsibility.

Show respect, honor and integrity

or you will be criticized.

Channel 2

Midnight — Arts Showcase

8 a.m. — Minority Focus

8:30 a.m. — Tot School

9 a.m. — Tourism Talk

9:30 a.m. — Refl ections

10 a.m. — A Better You

10:30 a.m. — Rays of Hope

11 a.m. — WKCTC Science Series

Noon — Campus Spotlight

12:05 p.m. — Community Billboard

4 p.m. — Books Of Our Time

5 p.m. — For the Love of Animals: Photographing Your Pet

5:30 p.m. — Eye on Arts

6 p.m. — Healthy Living

6:30 p.m. — Sharing Miracles

7 p.m. — Educational Forum

Don’t try to hide your motives

or intentions. Love may be in a

high cycle, but without honesty,

it will be short-lived.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.

19): Stop what isn’t working.

Deal with issues and cut your

losses. Use your head and

think your way out of whatever

situation you face. Dealing with

emotions will be diffi cult, but if

you don’t make the right choice

now, it will become more diffi -

cult.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

Financial progress is apparent.

Invest in your future. Your

potential is greater than you

imagine. A conversation with

someone who thinks like you

8 p.m. — Today’s Air Force

8:30 p.m. — L.I.F.E. After Lockup

9 p.m. — Cooking at the College

9:30 p.m. — Fabulous Fifties & Beyond

10 p.m. — Books Of Our Time

11 p.m. — Easter Seals

11:30 p.m. — The Heart of Collaboration

Channel 11

8:30 a.m. — Your City at Work: Teach An Old Dog, New Tricks

9 a.m. — Your City at Work: Flood Wall

9:30 a.m. — Your City at Work: Recycle

10 a.m. — Paducah Planning & Zoning Meeting REPLAY

4 p.m. — Break A Sweat

4:30 p.m. — Quality of Life Matters in the City of

Paducah: Barkley Regional Airport

5:30 p.m. — Your City at Work: Barkley Regional Airport

can lead to a prosperous partnership.

Beware of emotional

outbursts. Eat well and get

some rest.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):

Work on important relationships.

Whether the connection

is business or personal,

how you react and

what you contribute will

determine the alliance’s

longevity and strength.

Show compassion and understanding;

you’ll get it in

return.

Birthday Baby: You are

sensitive, passionate and

goal-oriented. You strive for

progress and are willing to

work hard.


paducahsun.com Variety The Paducah Sun • Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • 9B

Doctor recommends patients

discover best possible care

Dear Annie: We all know that

health care is expensive and that

fi nding good, affordable care can

be tough. There is a way your

readers can avoid unnecessary

heath care bills: by learning what

high-quality care looks like.

We spend a whopping $700

billion a year on health care in

America for tests, procedures,

medical appointments, hospital

stays and other services that don’t

improve one’s health. As a society,

we get an awful lot of health care

that helps us feel better — even

saves our lives — but also a lot

that is unnecessary or wrong and

can be dangerous. Sometimes we

don’t receive the care we should

be getting to treat our conditions.

During the month of September,

we are asking Americans to

“Care About Your Care.” We want

people to understand, identify

and receive care that is safe and

effective. Your readers can go to

www.careaboutyourcare.org to

learn how to recognize — and demand

— high-quality care. — Sin-

ACROSS

1 Its median score

is 100

7 Weapon for Tyson

11 Christmas choice

14 Former drug giant

15 Sans employment

16 Enjoyed hors

d’oeuvres, say

17 *Title role in the

2009 Tony winner

for Best Musical

19 Drop off briefly

20 Shoe with a

swoosh logo

21 Tex-Mex snack

22 M-16, e.g.

24 *Advantage of

some military

goggles

26 Bottlenecks

30 Not hard to grasp

31 Plaza Hotel imp

32 Write quickly

33 Sports car roof

option

36 SkyMiles airline

37 Make, as a

sandwich

38 Ethiopia’s

Selassie

39 Like flannel and

fleece

40 Creepy-crawly

41 Tiered Asian

temple

42 Butterfly’s perch

44 Noble headpiece

45 *Freetown is its

capital

48 Response to a

dare

49 __ II razor

50 Actor Morales

54 Film buff’s

channel

55 “That’s exactly

how I feel” ... or

what each starred

clue’s first word

can do?

58 Stat for Ryan

Howard

59 Having the knack

60 Tough leather

61 Subj. that helps

people assimilate

62 Niggling things

63 “Enough already!”

DOWN

1 Publisher’s ID

2 Royally named

liner, briefly

Ask Annie

cerely, John R. Lumpkin, M.D.,

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Dear Dr. Lumpkin: Thank

you for giving us this opportunity

to mention your

website, which offers suggestions

for readers to learn

how to best manage their

health. In this day and age,

it is vitally important that we

recognize the most effective

ways to protect ourselves

and stay well.

Dear Annie: Family get-togethers

have turned into a big headache.

I understand that some relatives

have food allergies. But my

siblings have become very picky

eaters. One has self-imposed dietary

restrictions, another is a

semi-vegan, another won’t eat

beef, another only will eat freerange

chicken, and one doesn’t

eat vegetables of a certain color.

y y

3 Heart-to-heart

4 Gardner of

mysteries

5 Shrewd

6 When strokes

begin to count

7 Rip off

8 Couch potato’s

fixation

9 Pavement

warning

10 Game with

tumbling blocks

11 *Unauthorized

stories written by

devotees

12 Author Calvino

13 Confine again, as

swine

18 Trails

23 “Did we get the

bid?”

24 Orion Mars

mission gp.

25 Acid container

26 Some arena

displays, briefly

27 Bar from a dairy

case

28 *Pro shop

freebie

29 Pre-speech

obstacle

32 St. Patrick’s Day

dance

By Julian Lim

(c)2011 Tribune Media Services, Inc.

34 Ye __ Shoppe

35 Bog fuel

37 Big name in

online poker

38 March __: Carroll

character

40 Sound at a

shearing

41 Stormy weather

gear

43 USC athlete

44 Cold weather

wear

Last year I told them that I

will make the main dishes, and

they can bring side dishes. They

said that would be too diffi cult, as

they live too far away and the food

wouldn’t be fresh. Eating out isn’t

an option since we live in a semirural

area and there aren’t a lot of

restaurants.

My siblings were not raised like

this. Mom always had good, balanced

meals. It seems to me they

could eat what’s on the table as

best they can. This is really annoying

me. What can I do before the

holidays start? — Stressed Out by

Picky Eaters.

Dear Stressed: There is a

limit to how accommodating

you need to be. Prepare

a meal that the majority

will eat. Have side dishes so

no one will starve. Then tell

them you hope they enjoy

the meal, but if not, you will

understand if they choose to

go elsewhere. Smile politely

and ignore all negative comments

about the food.

45 Give the creeps

46 Sonnet line

fivesome

47 Maritime birds

50 Footsteps-in-anempty-hallway

sound

51 Blunder

52 BMW rival

53 “Yeah, sure!”

56 Shizuoka sash

57 Phone no.

addition

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0107

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FREE

End Rolls &

Wood Pallets

The Paducah Sun is

pleased to offer free

newsprint end rolls

and wood pallets to

the community. Either

may be picked up

daily while supplies

last in the alley behind

The Paducah Sun

building.

LOST

0142

LOST YOUR DOG??

Check the Animal

Shelter 4000 Coleman

Rd.

REWARD-2 Brindle

male Pit Bulls with

white markings. Old

Hwy 60, 933-2506.

TABBY Brindle color

female cat. Jumped

out of car in Farley.

816-7971, 559-5256.

MERCHANDISE

0533

HR Assistant Manager

A local manufacturing facility is looking for

a HR Assistant Manager. Candidate must

be detail oriented, must be able to multi

task, must be organized, and must have

experience.

Excellent benefit package:

• Health-Dental-Vision-Supplemental

Insurance

• 9 Paid Holidays

• 401K

• Vacation

This is a full-time position with a fast

growing company.

Please send resume to:

MVP Group Pouring Facility

112 Industrial Pk Dr

Mayfield KY 42066

jeannatucker@mvpgroupint.com

0149

FOUND

FOUND: Bicycle in

Carson Park area. Call

to ID at 442-0361.

GARAGE /ESTATE

SALES

0151

FURNITURE

LARGE Pride Lift

chair, under warranty,

$400. Lg. couch 82"

long, like new, $275.

443-9714, 908-1721.

GARAGE/ESTATE

SALES

GOLF YARD SALE

ONE DAY ONLY!

Clothes, shoes, golf

balls, & clubs, & more!

Golf Bags Galore!

2 Locations

Golfmart

3000 Park Ave.

Mulligans/Golf Fun

Driving Range

Golfmart's Golf Outlet

2511 Olivet Church Rd

Sat., Sept. 24, 9am

For info 442-7205

Public Auction

SAT., SEPT. 24, 9 AM

500 N. 12TH ST.

More Estate!

Humel statuary &

plates; nice bride's

bowl; all sorts of floral;

nice bell ringer; lamps

& oil lamps; baby

plates; books. Watch

Friday's paper.

Come Bid & Buy!

HAM'S

REALTY & AUCTION

443-2096 443-2353

West Paducah/Heath

SAT. 7-2. 9680 Wedel

Ln., 3 wheeler, 2 computers,

stove, adult/ Jr.

clothes, household

items. Rain or shine.

Other areas

THURS., 9/22, 8-3,

huge subdivision yard

sale at Sassyland on

Jonathan Creek. Hwy.

402 or 68 to 1364 to

Paul Anderson Rd.,

follow signs, 1 stop -

pool on main road.

EMPLOYMENT

REAL ESTATE FOR

SALE

0710

0204

0208

HOMES FOR SALE

2 YR. old 3 BR, 3 full

B, large porch, full

basement, appraised

at $196,000, sell for

$189,500. Pics avail.

at blc_blc@rocketmail.

com. 270-703-2255

ADMINISTRATIVE

SALES

FRITO-LAY, INC., A

FORTUNE TOP 25

COMPANY & LEADER

IN THE SNACK

FOOD INDUSTRY, IS

SEEKING INDIVIDU-

ALS FOR THE FOL-

LOWING POSITIONS:

ROUTE SALES

ASSOCIATE

Frito-Lay is currently

seeking aggressive individuals

for a Route

Sales Associate in the

Evansville area. Successful

candidates will

possess a stable and

productive work history

and a willingness

to learn Frito-Lay's

selling methods. Prior

experience in the grocery/retail

industry is a

plus. Frito-Lay offers a

starting salary of $775

wk + OT and competitive

benefits.

To start your career

with a leader, visit

www.fritolay

employment.com

No walk-ins or resumes

accepted at our

local facilities please.

EOE (M/F/D/V)

HIGDON

FURNITURE

Sales associate positions

available. Benefit

package. Apply in person

at 3930 Coleman

Crossing Cir. or call

442-7596.

is currently accepting applications for:

PRODUCTION/INSERTING POSITION

The Paducah Sun Production Department has positions available for

part-time production worker.

Positions’ Main Requirements:

•Place preprinted sections into newspapers or preprint jacket.

•Assist in the processing of newspapers including stacking, bundling,

counting, and labeling finished products and delivering papers to post office.

Job Specifications:

•Education: High school diploma, GED or equivalent.

•Skills and Abilities: Fast learner, be alert, ability to communicate,

ability to work with hands, responsible for acting in a safe and

responsible manner, valid driver’s license required.

•Hours may vary from 6 p.m. until 5 a.m., Monday through Sunday.

An application and job description may be obtained at

The Paducah Sun office located at 408 Kentucky Ave., Paducah, KY

from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday

The Paducah Sun is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate

on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.

is currently accepting applications for:

FULL-TIME OFFICE DELIVERY AGENT

The Paducah Sun currently has a full-time position available for an

office delivery agent. Duties will include delivery of newspaper

routes, making of new delivery tapes, delivery of missed papers of

home delivery subscribers, assist with kiosk and door to door sales.

Applications may be picked up

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at

The Paducah Sun

408 Kentucky Avenue

Paducah, Kentucky

No phone calls please.

The Paducah Sun is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on

the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.

0208

SALES

Sales Manager

Automotive paint store

is needing someone

with experience in the

collision industry to

manage inside/outside

sales. This position includes

a variety of

tasks to maintain our

relationships with existing

customers as

well as finding new

prospects. Salary,

commission, ins.,

401k. Mail resume, in

strict confidence to

McClintock's , 1010

Brown Street, Paducah

KY 42003.

0212

PROFESSIONAL

Design Leader/

Project

Manager

Education: Associates

Degree or at least 5

years experience as a

project manager.

Requirements: Project

management experience

or training. Proficiency

with Solid

Works, Auto Cad, &

Excel. Must be willing

to travel internationally.

Must be willing to

be "hands on" with

projects. A background

in coal is preferred

but not required.

Please send resumes

to Centrifugal

Services, Inc.

5595 Highway 34 No.

Raleigh, IL 62977

Attn: Charitable

Organizations 501c -

Newly licensed Bingo Hall

now contracting for dates

in McCracken Co.

Call (270) 559-4767

for available days.

0212

PROFESSIONAL

EASTER SEALS West

Kentucky is now hiring

a highly-professional

and self-motivated

person with strong

leadership skills to

manage the adult day

care program. Responsibilities

include

the day-to-day operations

of the program,

including staffing,

state compliance, marketing

and budgeting.

RN, LPN, or BS in Social

Work with supervisory

experience re -

quired in addition to

previous experience

working with individuals

with disabilities.

Familiarity with Medicaid

waiver programs,

financial/budget process,

and policy/procedures

preferred. Fulltime

position with

benefits available. All

applications will be accepted

until the position

filled at Human

Resources, 801 North

29th Street, Paducah.

EOE.

0212

PROFESSIONAL

ST. Nicholas Family

Clinic is looking for a

full-time pharmacy

manager to manage

large data base using

Access & Excel. Must

have good analytical

skills. Send resumes

to: sandy_swann@

yahoo.com or drop off

at 1901 Kentucky Ave.


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HOME SERVICE

DIRECTORY

1006

0212

ADDITIONS &

RENOVATIONS

FRAMING

CONTRACTOR

Stick frame, etc.

26 years experience

J. Egner Carpentry

Inc. - Free estimates

References available

(270) 804-2002

1018 ASPHALT/CONCRETE

Brick-Block

& Stone

CONCRETE WORK

Sr. Citizen Discount

FREE ESTIMATES

270-559-1892

270-554-9316

Recycled Concrete

DGA - $7.95/TON

#3'S - $7.95/TON

Delivery Available

Heflin's

Concrete Recycling

270-556-9021

270-527-2552

CONCRETE

WORK

Large or Small

Free Estimates

270-442-8686

270-816-3187

J OINER S EALCOATING

Asphalt Sealing

Striping

Crack Repair

Free Estimates

Numerous References

270-933-9273

PROFESSIONAL

Equal Opportunity

Employer

Seeks applications for

a

CUSTOMER

SERVICE

REPRESENTATIVE

Position responsibilities

include answering

all questions related to

customer accounts including

explanation of

company rules, regulations

and procedures,

posting cus -

tomer payments, preparing

bank deposit,

processing service orders

for connection/

disconnection or transfers

of electrical service,

processing meter

change orders and develop

payment arrangements/schedules

for delinquent accounts.

Qualified applicants

must display

excellent customer

service and computing

skills, and the ability to

handle multiple tasks

with interruptions. Associate

or Bachelors

degree in a business

field is preferred.

Must live in or be willing

to relocate to

McCracken County,

Kentucky. PPS offers

a competitive pay and

benefits package. Interested

applicants

may apply at Paducah

Career Center located

at 416 South 6th

Street, Paducah, KY

from September 19

through September

28. Please include a

resume with application.

No applications

or resumes will be accepted

at Paducah

Power System's office.

REGIONAL Manager,

Junior Achievement of

West Kentucky, Inc. -

Jackson Purchase Region

invites resumes

from individuals with a

Bachelors degree or

equivalent of experience.

This position

has overall responsibility

for the Jackson

Purchase geographic/

market (8-10 Counties)

area including

fund-raising, education,

development of

the Regional Operating

Board, as well as

county-specific advisory

boards, and marketing.

Junior Achievement

has recently expanded

operations to

include the counties &

communities within the

Jackson Purchase.

1018 ASPHALT/CONCRETE

SMITH'S

SEALCOATING

Striping

Crack Filling

270-908-5780

Quality

Affordable Work

1024

0212

BACKHOE

CASE

MCKEEL EQUIPMENT

COMPANY, INC.

1939 N. 8TH STREET

PADUCAH, KY 42001

(270) 444-0110

Daily, Weekly & Monthly Rentals

Parts • Sales • Service

1048

CLEANING SERVICES

MINUTE MAIDS

Why Spend the

Day Cleaning?

*No job too small/big

*Insured/Bonded

*100% Satisfaction

Kathy Hoppel

270-816-3188

Need your house

cleaned?

We do a super job!

*EXPERIENCED

*REFERENCES

*DETAILED

Bev 270-994-3029

Agnes 534-5967

1150

HAULING

AFFORDABLE

HAULING

SERVICE

*Hauling junk *Lawn

Debris *Basements

*Attics *Garages

270-564-0109

PROFESSIONAL

We expect exponential

growth in this new

area and this position

will have potential for

advancement. Junior

Achievement of West

Kentucky, Inc. pro -

vides its employees

with Area-paid single

medical and dental

coverage and a pension

plan. The salary

range for this position

is $27,000-$30,000

plus an incentive plan

at up to 10% of annual

salary. Interested

candidates should apply

no later than October

7th to: Dan Douglas,

President, Junior

Achievement of West

Kentucky, 1195 Wing

Avenue, Owensboro,

KY 42303. Phone:

270-684-7291; Fax:

270-684-7292; Email

to: dan.douglas@

ja.org. EOE/M/F/V/D

0220 MEDICAL/DENTAL

CMA needed for busy

internal medicine practice.

Also Payment

Poster needed. Send

resume to 2603 Kentucky

Ave., Suite 301,

Paducah.

CMA or LPN

needed for busy medical

practice. PT position

may lead to FT

employment. Rotating

schedule/ 12 hr. shifts.

Must be available

days/ evenings/ weekends.

Please e-mail

resume to:

dallasmedical@

comcast.net

FAST paced ophthalmology

office has

opening for an experienced

ophthalmic

tech. Competitive salary

based on experience.

Please send resume

to BB 375 c/o

Paducah Sun, PO Box

2300, Paducah KY,

42002-2300.

NURSE Practitioner

(APRNP) needed for a

full-time position in a

new clinic in Murray,

KY. Position will require

advanced knowledge,

clinical skills

and dedication to ongoing

care of patients.

Primary focus will be a

family practice. Competitive

compensation

and benefits package.

Send resume to BB

379 c/o The Paducah

Sun, PO Box 2300,

Paducah, KY 42002.

1150

0220 MEDICAL/DENTAL

DIETARY AIDE

Parkview Nursing

and Rehabilitation

Center in Paducah

Full-time & part-time

positions are available.

Must have a familiarity

with clinical

diets. Health care

experience is preferred.

We offer

great pay & benefits

to full-time associates,

including medical

coverage, 401(k)

and paid vacation,

sick days & holidays.

Cindy Ivy,

Director of HR

270-443-6543

270-442-3312 Fax

544 Lone Oak Rd.

Paducah, KY 42003

Cynthia_Ivy@

LCCA.com

Visit us online at

LCCA.COM

EOE/M/F/V/D - 26440

SEEKING Medical Assistant

for fast-paced,

busy practice. 32 hour

work week with full

benefits. EMR & medical

experience pre -

ferred. References required.

Send resume

to Wellsprings Dermatology,

2341 New Holt

Rd, Paducah, KY

42001, Attn: Rose.

WANTED: SRNA's

with passion for quality

care to be a part of our

team. A not-for-profit,

independent home,

wants you! If you love

seniors, and want to

be a part of a quality

first team, call

270-395-4124 ext. 223

or e-mail at l.jones@

newwavecomm.net.

EOE

0232

HAULING

CLEAN OUT

HAUL OFF

• Garages • Attics

• Basements

• Outbuildings

W. KY & So. IL

No Job Too Small!

FREE ESTIMATES

(270) 210-5470

1156 HEATING/COOLING

INSTALL & REPAIR

Gas floor furnaces,

Empire wall furnaces,

space heaters, gas

logs, ventless heaters.

Joe Thweatt

554-1208, 217-4027

Lic.#M00651

1162

HOME IMPROVEMENT

& REPAIR

Joe’s

Handyman

Services

For All Your Home

Improvement &

Handyman Needs

•References

*Portraits of Work

If have questions

please call

270-442-2020

“We Do It All”

Financing

Available

MINDSPRING

442-3360

We can solve

your addition,

renovation,

and design

build needs.

GENERAL HELP

AUTOMOTIVE Technician,

ASE certified a

plus, benefits, pre-employment

drug screen.

Apply in person: Purcell

Tire, 3460 Wayne

Sullivan Dr., Paducah.

EXPRESSWAY Car

Wash now hiring full &

part time positions.

Driver's license & drug

screening req. Apply

in person at 3245 Park

Ave., Paducah, KY.

WORK by the Beach!

immediate positions,

$400-1200/week. Call

Renee 256-592-5292.

1162

0232

HOME IMPROVEMENT

& REPAIR

KEY

Roofing,

Painting &

Remodeling

We will Save You

Money $$

FREE ESTIMATES

270-703-0978

270-205-6063

New Homes

Additions

Remodeling

Vinyl Siding

Replacement Windows

Garages • Decks

Carports • Any Type

of Home Repair

Licensed • Insured

Since 1976

Kevin Rose

Construction

462-8285

PADUCAH’S BEST

Windows - $175 Installed

Vinyl Siding, Gutters

Pressure Washing, Roofing

Pole Barns, Rent-A-Husband

No Job Too Big or Small

270-564-5770

270-442-0809

POWLEY

CONTRACTING

& CONSULTING

Specializing in

Remodel & New

Construction.

Licensed & Insured

270-210-0073

PREMIER

HOUSE

WORKS

Home Remodeling

& Repairs

270-816-3053

GENERAL HELP

IMMEDIATE opening

for part-time janitorial

service. Hours 9:00pm

to 1:00am. Must be

able to work Saturday.

Must have drivers license

& able to pass

drug screen & background

check. Apply in

person 9:00 am to

1:00 pm Mon-Thurs. at

People Lease in the

Century Building, 100

Fountain Ave., Suite

420, Paducah KY. No

phone calls please.

JANITORIAL HELP

Please Apply at

amberscleaning.com

NO CDL REQUIRED

Immediate Openings

for Road Drivers to

work out of

Metropolis, IL.

Hauling Railroad

Crews

REQUIREMENTS

Good Driving Record,

Pass 7 yr background

check, Pass pre employment

drug screen.

Must be available evenings,

late nights,

weekends & holidays

COMPENSATION &

BENEFITS

16 cents per mile &

$8.25 per hour wait

time, Medical Insurance

Available, $100

Sign-On Bonus after

90 Days

Quarterly Safety

& Performance Bonus

Call our job line at

866-601-3270 or

Apply online at

railcrewxpress.com

PILGRIM'S, a Poultry

Processing Facility,

located in Hickory, KY

will be accepting

PRODUCTION

applications

(NO REHIRES)

Saturday, October 1st,

2011 from 9:00 AM

until 1:00 PM at

Pilgrim's

2653 St Rt 1241

Hickory, KY 42051

ONE DAY ONLY/

NO PHONE CALLS

PLEASE

Pilgrim's Pride Corporation

is an Affirmative

Action/Equal Opportunity

Employer. Females

& Minorities are

encouraged to apply.

AVON: $8-15/hour.

Full or PT. 703-2866.

BE A 4-H

VOLUNTEER

4-H OFFICE

554-9520

1162

0232

GENERAL HELP

26 Tax

Preparers

needed for local

tax offices.

Tax School begins

Oct. 3rd.

CALL NOW!

Ask for the $30

“Early Bird”

Discount.

866.554.1040

taxschool@

jh-tax.net

0240

HOME IMPROVEMENT

& REPAIR

PRECISION

CONTRACTING

& REMODELING

For all your home

improvements & new

construction projects.

No Job Too Small.

Free Estimates.

Licensed & Insured.

Quality Work at a

Fair Price.

270-559-0162

1198 LAWN/LANDSCAPE/

TREE SVC

ADORE LAWN

& LANDSCAPING

Fall Cleanup,

Trimming, Mulching,

Overseeding, Hedge

Trimming, Plantings

& Seeding.

270-554-2426

270-933-8869

LAWN, GUTTERS,

HAULING

LAWN CARE, MOWING,

WEEDEATING,

LEAF REMOVAL, ETC.

GUTTERS CLEANED

MINOR REPAIR

(270) 443-9633

MIKE'S TRACTOR

& LAWN SERVICE

NEW YARD

INSTALLATION

Yard Leveling,

Utility Construction

Repair, Sand,

Gravel, Dirt

Sodding

(Top Soil & Fill Dirt)

Hauled & Spread

FREE ESTIMATES

INSURED

270-519-2410

270-462-3662

SKILLED TRADE

Bricklayers Needed

270-331-0706

C.A. Jones Management

Group, LLC is

seeking qualified candidates

for the position

of PRESSMAN. This

position will work at

our printing division

and must have experience

with sheet fed

commercial printing.

Please visit our website

for more information.

Submit resumes

to careers@chuck

jones.net or complete

applications at 306

Andrus Dr., Murray,

KY 42071.

MAINTENANCE

ASSISTANT

Parkview Nursing

and Rehabilitation

Center in Paducah

Full-time position is

available. General

maintenance experience

in plumbing,

carpentry, electrical

and HVAC is pre -

ferred. We offer

great pay and benefits,

including medical

coverage, 401(k)

and paid vacation,

sick days & holidays.

Cindy Ivy,

Director of HR

270-443-6543

270-442-3312 Fax

544 Lone Oak Rd.

Paducah, KY 42003

Cynthia_Ivy@

LCCA.com

Visit us online at

LCCA.COM.

EOE/M/F/V/D - 26452

1198 LAWN/LANDSCAPE/

TREE SVC

S&E

LAWN & TREE SERVICE

Cutting • Hauling

Stump Removal

Insured

441-2111 or 554-4521

TREE SERVICE

1200

Ace Tree Service

& Stump Removal

Aerial Bucket Truck

Insured

Free Estimates

898-8733

A-SAP TREE

& STUMP

REMOVAL

•Experience you can

count on

•Prices you can afford

•Specializing in

Large TreeRemoval

•Trimming

•Stump Grinding

In Business Since1987

270-906-8216

270-252-6110

Ask for P. Jarvis

PRO AFFORDABLE

TREE SERVICE

*The Best Prices!

*High Quality Work

*Fast Response

*Free Estimates

*Licensed/Insured

270-366-2033

0240

SKILLED TRADE

MECHANIC

STC in Paducah has

an opening for a Mechanic.

The best job

you will ever have

with excellent pay and

benefits. Please call

443- 9298 or toll free

at 1-800-442-0722 for

details.

0244

TRUCKING

FLATBED DRIVER

needed immediately.

898-3815, 559-9286.

Hiring Class A

Drivers

Teams & Solos

SIGN ON BONUS

LIMITED TIME ONLY

TEAMS / $10,000

SOLO / $3,000

3 Years OTR Experience.

Age 24+. Great

Weekly Pay, Benefits,

Bonus Programs. Volvos

w/53 ft. Dry Van.

Midwest Routes.

10cpm Extra for Canada

Runs. Call TNi.

1-866-378-5071

www.tri-nat.com

RLT Trucks needs dependable

Team Drivers

to pull doubles for

FedEx Ground out of

Nashville Terminal.

Dedicated run at 5100

miles weekly. Competitive

Pay, home

most Sundays & Mondays.

Must have clean

MVR & Drug Screen.

Class A CDL with

minimum of 2 years

OTR. Call Leon at

270-210-3807 or Lori

at 270-705-9134.

1200

0244

TRUCKING

TRUCK

HAULER DRIVER

STC in Paducah has

an opening for a

driver to haul delivery

trucks to local locations.

Must have

CDL-AwX endorsement.

Call Bobby at

443-9298 or toll free

at 1-800-442-0722.

0248

OFFICE HELP

DATA ENTRY

UPG in Paducah has

an opening for an experienced

data processor.

Must be good

with numbers & computers.

Excellent pay

& benefits. Call Sherry

at 270-450-4150 or

1-800-874-4427 ext.

150 or email smallory

@upgas.com.

PART-time Office Assistant,

in Calvert City,

potential for full-time,

computer skills & good

communication skills.

Contact Jennifer Poole

1-800- 328-2657, ext.

96633.

0256

TREE SERVICE

FIVE

STAR

TREE

SERVICE

*Stump Grinding

*Storm Work

*Topping

Fully Insured

References

270-247-3194

LITTLE'S

TREE & STUMP

REMOVAL

Aerial Bucket Truck

FULLY INSURED

FREE ESTIMATES

270-933-3086

RICHARD’S

TREE SERVICE

Beat Any Written

Estimate Guaranteed

•Free Estimates

•Insured

270-816-5488

1228 PAINT/WALLCOVER

GP PAINTING

For All Your

Professional

Painting Needs

*Fully Established

*Fully Insured

*Free Estimates

270-519-5104

HOTEL/MOTEL

NOW Hiring for

Housekeepers. No

Phone Calls Please.

Apply at Comfort Inn,

5135 Old Cairo Rd.

1276

ABSOLUTE AUCTION

* WEST END HOME *

THURSDAY • SEPTEMBER 22ND • 6:00 PM

341 BRUCE AVE. PADUCAH, KY 42001

DIRECTIONS:

From Paducah Bank

Strawberry Hill

Location (beside Home

Depot) take Pecan Dr.

east 0.4 miles & turn

right on Bruce Ave and

proceed 0.2 miles. Arrive at property on right. Signs posted. REAL

ESTATE: LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! This 3 bed

rm 1 bath home has +/-1,150 sq. ft. under roof w/central heat,

window cooling unit, eat in kitchen/dining area, living rm with a

+/- 22’x +/-24’ single car garage with a half bath, electrical, etc.

Also Selling: Tools, home furnishings, Appliances, misc items.

Real Estate Terms: 20 % deposit day of auction. Balance due

in 30 days. 10% buyer’s premium added to fi nal bid. Bank letter of

credit if unknown by Auction Co. Personal Property Terms:

Cash or check day of sale with proper ID required. 10% buyer’s

premium added to all fi nal bids. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: House

& lot sells at 6 pm. Contents sell immediately following.

Chris Colson, Broker/Auctioneer • Pam Trimble – Agent

Dave Rowton – Apprentice Auctioneer • Mike Colson - Apprentice Auctioneer

3250 Key Drive, Paducah, KY 42003

0260

270.444.0031

www.colsonsells.com

Ky. Auct. Lic #P939 • Ky. RE Lic. #58391

RESTAURANT

OASIS Southwest Grill

is now hiring experienced

Grill Cooks,

full-time. Apply within,

no phone calls. I-24,

Exit 40, Kuttawa.

0264

CHILD CARE

NOTE TO PARENTS:

Kentucky State Law

requires licensing for

child care facilities

providing care for 4 or

more children not related

to the licensee

by blood, marriage or

adoption.

BUSINESS

0276 OPPORTUNITY

LIQUOR License for

sale. 270-832-0233.

ELDERLY CARE

0288

RN will sit with elderly,

sick or handicapped.

534-4062, 210-1722.

PETS

ROOFING

COWBOY UP

ROOFING

I can install metal

roofing for the same

price of 2-layer shingle

tear-off , 30-year

shingles. I will beat

any bid 5%. Free

Estimates & Insured

270-705-5799

270-382-2387

HINES

ROOFING

35 Years Experience

~ INSURED ~

All Work Guaranteed

443-6338

556-5474

OUTHOUSE

ROOFING

From the Main House

to the Out House

*All commercial

& residential

shingles

*Fully Insured

*FREE ESTIMATES

*Guaranteed Work

442-1588

RE-ROOF

REPAIRS &

NEW ROOFS

217-2872

T&S ROOFING

Seamless Gutters

We do it all!

Remodeling, Vinyl

Siding, Dry Wall,

Ceramic Tile

We are not the

biggest but

we are the best!

270-556-7876

0320 CATS/DOGS/PETS

2 MALE Dobermans,

1black/1red, shots up

to date, ears cropped,

$400. 442-1932.

FREE 2 orphan kit -

tens, 2 mos. old. Call

4-8 pm, 556-0878.

POODLES, $400-up

Visa/MC 898-4712

POPULAR mix Yorkie

& Bishon pups, also

small Yorkie & Chin

mix, ready to go.

270-759-2457.

1306

0320 CATS/DOGS/PETS

PUPS, Some free

tinymicrodachshund.

com. 534-5988

REG. Tiny Yorkie

puppies, ready to go

9/18, 1st shots/

wormed, M $400, F

$500. 270-952-0343.

TINY Imperial Shih

Tzu, shots/paper

trained, 554-9644.

UKC Male Rat Terrier

pups. 6 wks old &

spoiled. $250.

270-898-8828.

0460

FARM

HORSES

REG Mini Horse & 2 yr

old baby Mini. $500/

pr, OBO. 527-9586.

MERCHANDISE

0503

AUCTION SALES

AFFORDABLE

ESTATE SALES

Estate & Tag Sales

270-804-5559

Col. Paul Wilkerson &

Sons Real Estate &

Auction, Lowes, KY

674-5659 or 674-5523

0509

SERVICES

FURNITURE

RESTORATION

Furniture/Cabinet

Repair, Stripping,

Finishing

M&R Woodworks

554-1705

Transmission

Repairs

ALL TYPES

Tom Allen

210-1550

Allen Auto Sales

PROFESSIONAL

SERVICE DIRECTORY

COUNSELING

1572

Exit 11, N. of I-24, 270-519-0896

P LAN N OW F OR

“T HE U NEXPECTED ”

with Brenda, click “LIVE HELP”

www.hughesfuneral.com

KY Licensed Funeral Director

brenda.allcock@

hughesfuneral.com

“People serving people”

1851

POOL SERVICES

READY TO

CLOSE YOUR

POOL FOR THE

SEASON?

Let me do the work!

*Experienced

*Reasonable

270-331-1000

HOUSEHOLD GOODS

SIDE by Side Refrigerator,

Whirlpool,

$400. Electric Range,

Whirlpool, smooth top,

$450. Both are white.

898-3301.


12B • Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • The Paducah Sun paducahsun.com

0509

HOUSEHOLD GOODS

GUARANTEED Used

Appliances. 1600 Irvin

Cobb Dr., 443-1115.

LAWN & GARDEN

0521 EQUIPMENT

JOHN Deere mower.

12.5 hp Kohler eng.

38" cut hydro elec.pto.

Good cond. $250,

OBO 618-638-2906.

0527

SPORTING GOODS

SAVAGE model 99 Rifle,

303 cal., exc. condition,

$650. 270-

210-5470.

0533

FURNITURE

LARGE Pride Lift

chair, under warranty,

$400. Lg. couch 82"

long, like new, $275.

443-9714, 908-1721.

COMPUTER Armoire,

cherry wood finish, 54"

wide by 62" tall, 3

drawers incl. file

drawer, shelving for

computer, tower,

printer & books, folding

door encloses unit,

retail $1800, reduced

to $500. 443-7564.

WANTED TO

0554 RENT/BUY/TRADE

JUNKED CARS, $500

& up. 270-933-8698

WE BUY running, fixable,

junk cars, trucks,

vans, campers, farm &

construction equip.

CASH. 270-804-8333.

Unscramble these four Jumbles,

one letter to each square,

to form four ordinary words.

CRHEP

©2011 Tribune Media Services, Inc.

All Rights Reserved.

CETXA

FOLUND

MRAHEM

Answer here:

Yesterday’s

Find us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/jumble

0563

MISC. ITEMS FOR

SALE

500 DVDs, 800 movies,

2 DVD cases, 32"

Sanyo TV, Magnavox

DVD player, all for

$1500. 270-519-2640.

LIKE new, 200 amp

Mobile home Service:

mast, disconnect, &

breaker box. $700.

210-5506.

POOL table, Olhausen

regulation size, all accessories,

exc. cond.,

green felt/walnut,

$2,000. 443-9397.

THIS NEWSPAPER

COULD BE YOURS

EVERY DAY! What

better gift to give yourself

or a friend, Call

The Paducah Sun

Customer Service Department

for details.

575-8800 or

1-800-599-1771.

WHITE'S Metal Detectors,

buy. sell, trade &

repair. 898-7618.

REAL ESTATE FOR

RENT

(Answers tomorrow)

Jumbles: UPPER BEGUN JAGGED INJECT

Answer: The canine tailor specialized in this —

PANTING

“- -

THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME

by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

Now arrange the circled letters

to form the surprise answer, as

suggested by the above cartoon.


0605

REAL ESTATE FOR

RENT

HUD PUBLISHER'S

NOTICE

All real estate advertised

herein is subject

to the Federal Fair

Housing Act which

makes it illegal to advertise

any preference,

limitations, or

discrimination based

on race, color, religion,

sex, handicap, familial

status or national origin,

or intention to

make any such preferences,

limitations or

discrimination. State

laws forbid discrimination

in the sale, rental

or advertising of real

estate based on factors

in addition to

those protected under

federal law. We will

not knowingly accept

any advertising for real

estate which is in violation

of the law. All

persons are hereby informed

that all dwellings

advertised are

available on an equal

opportunity basis.

UNFURNISHED

0610 APARTMENTS

2BR 1.5B Cent. air,

No pets. Metropolis

$460 +dep.

630-892-6692

CALVERT CITY, 2 BR

upstairs apt., $425

mo. 270-210-0929.

2 BR, 1 1/2 B townhouse

in Lone Oak,

rent + dep. 554-4049.

F & F Leasing

Spacious 2 BR, Lone

Oak, central heat/air,

all electric. 554-8195.

0610

UNFURNISHED

APARTMENTS

LG. 2000 sq. ft., 3 BR,

2 B, cent H/A, W/D

hookup, $700 mo.,

lease, dep. 521 1/2

ML King Dr. 444-0451

NICE Large efficiency

& a 1 BR, all utilities

paid 2142 Jefferson.

443-3090.

REIDLAND, 2 BR,

$495. Lease, NO

PETS. 898-2256.

SOUTHGATE MANOR

1BR. 270-442-6621

STUDIO downtown,

$500, incl. gas & water.

559-0296.

WHITTIER APTS.

1 BR, Sec. 8

Senior & Disabled

270-443-3809. EHO

FURNISHED

0615 APARTMENTS

1 BR, completely furn.

including washer/

dryer, good location,

off-street parking, no

pets, $550. 443-7103.

HUSBAND Rd., $575,

No pets, 559-0688.

HOMES FOR RENT

0620

2BR 1B, no pets, Freemont,

$600 +deposit.

270-217-0114.

3 BR, 1 B, Lone Oak,

$650 + deposit. 270-

217-3483.

3BR 2B, no pets, $600

+ $600 dep. 442-5440.

753 LEIBERMAN, nice

3BR, 442-1276.

NEWLY remodeled 4

BR, 1-1/2 B house for

rent. New kitchen and

bathrooms. Large private

yard. 4101 Minnich

Ave. No smokers

or pets. Must have

previous rental references.

$1,000/mo.

270-210-6040.

REIDLAND area, 3BR,

$1,000. 270-933-1774.

0620


HOMES FOR RENT

2BR 1B, $550, no

pets, 559-0688.

STEVIN Dr., $1200/

mo. no pets, 559-0688

0630

DUPLEXES FOR RENT

NEWLY remodeled,

2BR 1B, 12 min. from

mall, no smoke or

pets, $650 + deposit.

270-210-6490.

2 BR duplex, Kevil

area, no pets,

462-2135, 462-2178.

3BR, 2B, w/ garage,

Reidland 415-5175

0670

BUSINESS PLACES/

OFFICES

FOR rent or sale: 600

So. 6th St., 3 bay garage

w/office. Also 612

So. 6th St., retail office

building. Both newly

remodeled. 443-8423.

2320 BROADWAY

540 - 6000 sq. ft. suite

442-6685

SHOP, o/h doors & office,

2600sf. 217-3800

Miss a day. Miss a lot.

0670




















BUSINESS PLACES/

OFFICES

RENT OR LEASE:

3 offices, 2 open cubicles,

1500 sq. ft., 730

Clark St., plus 1000

sq. ft. storage area, 5

min. from McCracken

Co. Courthouse. Call

444-9651 9a.m.-5p.m.,

or cell phone 270-

217-2829 after 5p.m.

0675

MOBILE HOMES FOR

RENT

3 BR, 757 Bethel,

$550/mo. 556-0149.

MOBILE home park:

3BR 2B, doublewide,

$600/mo. + deposit.

2BR 1B, $450/mo. +

deposit. 554-8552.

NICE, clean, efficient

16x80, 3 BR, 2 B on

quiet country lot, Lone

Oak schools, no pets,

$565. 488-3769.

MOBILE HOME LOTS

0676 FOR RENT

2.5 ACRES mobile

home lot, $250, 402-

891-9844, LO area.

LG. Lots, I will move

home. 270-748-7499.

REAL ESTATE FOR

SALE

0710

HOMES FOR SALE

1213 STARKE AVE.

$39K 554-1149

2 YR. old 3 BR, 3 full

B, large porch, full

basement, appraised

at $196,000, sell for

$189,500. Pics avail.

at blc_blc@rocketmail.

com. 270-703-2255

3 BR, 2 B, 2400 sq. ft.

home w/large DR, LR,

full basement, walk-in

closets, laundry room.

Located in Mattoon,

KY on 13 acres of land

w/60x50 bldg., 2-car

garage & large storage

area. $135,000

OBO. 270-965-3021.

COMPLETE Remodel

inside & out, 3BR 1B,

$76,000. 559-7191

Heath-Concord

1714 sq. ft., 3/4BR 2B,

open floor plan, gas

logs, newly updated, 2

mi. to new High Sch.,

3420 Maxon Rd.,

$172,900. 442-6437.

0710

HOMES FOR SALE

Now you can run a

picture of your home

or mobile home inside

your classified line ad

just like this one! Call

Classified TODAY for

details. 270-575-8700.

SEEING is believing.

Don't buy property

based on pictures or

representations. For

free information about

avoiding timeshare

and real estate scams,

write the Federal

Trade Commission at

Washington, DC

20580 or call the National

Fraud Information

Center,

1-800-876-7060.

0710

HOMES FOR SALE

SMITHLAND, beautiful

4 BR, 3 B, 2 kitchens,

approx. 5,164 sq. ft.

w/approx. 4,206 sq. ft.

detached garage &

carport, geothermal

heat/air, on 3.3 acres.

Must see to believe!

Bargain at $299,000.

270-988-3820.

0734

LOTS & ACREAGE

CHOICE lot, Brookhill

Ln., all utilities. Owner/

Broker, 994-1011

LOT, 100'X141'X176.

Corner of N 12 &

Bernheim., 210-2241.

MOBILE HOMES FOR

0741 SALE

1984, 14 x 70, 2BR,

2B, Fully furnished.

New carpet.

270-556-9632

BANK REPO

2004 Doublewide

32x70. Reduced Price!

$1,000 down & low

monthly payments.

See at Today's

Homes! 270-527-5645


paducahsun.com The Paducah Sun • Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • 13B

0741

Fall Festival of Cars

11 NISSAN

VERSA S

Factory Warranty, 30+ MPG

15k

Original Price ..................... $17,995

Sale Price .............................. $16,995

$ 16,995

$281/mo

09 FORD

FUSION SE

Black metallic, sunroof, alloys

46k

Original Price ..................... $17,995

Sale Price .............................. $16,995

$ 16,995

$281/mo

MOBILE HOMES FOR

SALE

DOUBLE wide, 3161

Delaware, $47,500.

554-4239, 933-9604.

WANTED TO BUY

0786 REAL ESTATE

I WILL buy your house

for cash or lease/option

to purchase. Make

your payment, do repairs

& close quickly.

Any cond. 856-4422;

CEBBuysHouses.com

WE BUY USED

MOBILE HOMES

270-856-4422

MONUMENTS/

0793 CEMETERIES

2 BURIAL Lots, 1

vault, in Woodlawn,

Last Supper. $3,500.

Call 354-5266 after 7.

TRANSPORTATION

0804

BOATS FOR SALE

2006 G3 Bass/Crappie

Boat, 50 HP Yamaha,

New Condition, $9500,

270-206-0159.

Now you can run a

picture of your boat or

camper inside your

classified line ad just

like this one! Call

Classified TODAY for

details. 270-575-8700.

RECREATIONAL

0816

VEHICLES

'11 HONDA 4 wheeler,

$3500, 554-3853.

0820 CAMPERS/TRAILERS

16x8 ENCLOSED

trailer, 2007, white,

fold down door, tie

downs, finished inside,

270-705-1801.

0832

MOTORCYCLES

2004 HD SCREAM-

ING Eagle Deuce, yellow

pearl & platinum

mist, 1056 mi. all original,

garage kept, mint

cond. Serious inquiries

only. 270-944-0693.

2007 BLUE Honda

Goldwing, 23,000 mi.,

fully loaded, $16,000.

270-816-5832.

0856

Visit Our Guaranteed Financing Center

10 CHEVY

CAMARO

Heated Leather, 19" Alloys, Boston

speakers, WOW!

Original Price ..................... $25,995

Sale Price .............................. $24,995

$ 24,995

$414/mo

07 TOYOTA CAMRY

XLE HYBRID

Leather, Navigation, Sunroof,

Bluetooth, Great MPG!

Original Price ..................... $18,995

Sale Price .............................. $16,995

$ 16,995

$281/mo

09 MAZDA

CX-9

34k, Navigation, Sunroof, Leather,

3rd Row

Original Price ..................... $26,995

Sale Price .............................. $25,995

$ 25,995

$429/mo

07 FORD

EDGE AWD

Alloys, Theft, V6

Loaded up!

Original Price ..................... $19,995

Sale Price .............................. $18,995

$ 18,995

$314/mo

Visit our website on your mobile

device and navigate through

inventory like never before

05 CHEVY

TAHOE LT

Sunroof/DVD/LOADED!

83k

Original Price ..................... $18,995

Sale Price .............................. $16,995

$ 16,995

$336/mo

07 LEXUS IS

250

Leather, Navigation, Bluetooth,

FUN!!!

Original Price ..................... $20,995

Sale Price .............................. $19,995

$ 19,995

$331/mo








2009 CHEVY

MALIBU

4 cyl, power everything, cd,

30+ MPG

Original Price ..................... $16,995

Sale Price .............................. $14,995

$ 14,995

$248/mo

08 LINCOLN

MKX

38k, Double Sunroof, Chromes,

AC Seats!

Original Price ..................... $30,995

Sale Price .............................. $28,995

$ 28,995

$479/mo

View These and Over 100 Vehicles Available at www.perkinsmotorplex.com

SPORT UTILITY

VEHICLES

2001 INFINITY QX4,

GPS, fully loaded,

$5,500. 270-217-0510.

2002 TOYOTA Highlander

102K mi. Exc.

cond. $8900, Boaz,

Ky. 615-717-7664.

Now you can run a

picture of your truck or

SUV inside your classified

line ad just like

this one! Call Classified

TODAY for de -

tails. 270-575-8700.

0864

PICKUP TRUCKS FOR

SALE

1977 GMC, 110K mi.,

Weatherguard tool

boxes, ladder rack,

needs body work.

$1,395. 331-6396.

CARS FOR SALE

0868

Now you can run a

picture of your car inside

your classified

line ad just like this

one! Call Classified

TODAY for details.

270-575-8700.

MOST VEHICLES

UNDER $5,000

JIM NELSON

USED CARS

4030 Clarks River Rd.

0910

FINANCIAL

BUSINESS

OPPORTUNITIES

Government Wildlife

Jobs! Great Pay and

Benefits. No Experience

Necessary. The

ticker to a dream job

might really be a

scam. To protect yourself,

call the Federal

Trade Commission

toll-free,

1-877-FTC-HELP, or

visit www.ftc.gov. A

public service mes -

sage from The Paducah

Sun and the FTC.

SOME ads in this classification

are not necessarily

for "help

wanted" but for employment

information

booklets.

0955

LEGALS

LEGALS

NOTICE is hereby

given that on Wednesday,

October 6, 2011

the following rooms

will be sold. Terms of

the sale is cash only.

U-Haul reserves the

right to refuse any

bids. Items are generally

described as

household goods. The

auction will start at approximately

10:00 a.m.

at 2170 Irvin Cobb Dr.

Lakiesha Griffin #403,

Kevin Jeffers #508,

Marilyn Saxon #510,

Richard Boles #515,

Rita Story #704, Cala

Holmes #708, Valetia

Starks #711, Fonseca

Frazier #718, Donna

Thorp #807.





2007 models and newer 72/mos

5.99 WAC. 2006 models and older

60/mos 6.99 WAC.

05 CHEVY

TAHOE Z71

4x4, Heated Leather Seats,

Sunroof, DVD

Original Price ..................... $18,995

Sale Price .............................. $17,995

$ 17,995

$356/mo

04 CHEVY

SILVERADO Z-71

Alloys/5.3 V8/Local

Quad cab

Original Price ..................... $15,995

Sale Price .............................. $14,995

$ 14,995

$296/mo

1501 LOWES DRIVE • MURRAY, KY 42071 • 270.761.5554

30 KEYSTONE DRIVE • MAYFIELD, KY 42066 • 270.247.5554


14B • Wednesday, September 21, 2011 • The Paducah Sun paducahsun.com

CLEARANCE

FALL KICK FF

MANY

COLORS!!

‘06 CHEVY SILVERADO

Ready to Work!!

$ 10,995 10,995

BUICK LUCERNE CXS

Loaded

$ 15,995

3147 Park Avenue

(270) 443-1728

CHIP WYNN

MOTORS

‘08 DODGE RAM ST

$ 11,995

‘10 FORD FUSION

Chrome Wheels, SE Model

$ 15,995

‘09 KIA RIO

Nice!! Several Colors in Stock

$ 10,995 10,995

$ 13,995

or

$ ± 181/mo

**

ʻ07 TOYOTA CAMRY LE

‘09 CHEVROLET ZHZ

CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

$ 38,995

$ 37,995

‘05 MAZDA TRIBUTE

Loaded

$ 11,995

‘07 CHEVROLET

CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE

$ 36,995

$ 34,995

HONDA CR-V

LX Model

$ 12,995

35

MPG

‘11 HYUNDAI SONATA

GLS, Low Miles

$ 18,995 ,

29

MPG

HYUNDAI ACCENT

GLS

$ 10,995

TRUCKS

‘06 FORD F150 XL

$ 12,995

ʻ10 NISSAN ALTIMAS

‘10 DODGE CHARGER SXT

Daytona Stripes

$ 20,995

‘09 FORD FOCUS

$ 11,995 11,995

• NEVER a Doc Fee or

any Hidden Fees

• Carfax on ALL

Inventory

• NEVER any salvage

• or junk cars

• Market Based Pricing

‘08 FORD F150 XLT

$ 14,995

CLEARANCE

‘06 CHEVROLET

CORVETTE

$ 30,995

$ 28,995

at

CHIP WYNN MOTORS

(270) 443-1728

35

MPG

SEVERAL

TO CHOOSE

BUT THEYʼRE

GOING

FAST

‘04 FORD ESCAPE

Limited

$ 12,995

‘10 FORD MUSTANG

CONVERTIBLE

$ 21,995

$ 20,995

20,995

‘10 PONTIAC VIBE

Great MPG!! Tons of Warranty

$ 13,995 ,

35

MPG

HONDA ACCORD EX-L

Loaded

ONLY $ 21,995

28

MPG

NISSAN VERSA

1.8S

$ 12,995 12,995

‘11 FORD MUSTANG

COUPE

$ 22,995

$ 20,995

20,995

$ 16,995

$ 15,995

or

$ ± 212/mo

**

‘07 CHEVY SILVERADO

‘10 MAZDA 5

3rd Row Seating

$ 15,995 ,

32

MPG

Classic LS Crew

$ 15,995 15,995

‘10 NISSAN MAXIMA

3.5S

$ 24,995

SALE SALE

GOING GOING

ON ON

NOW! NOW!

CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE

‘04 FORD MUSTANG

GT CONVERTIBLE

$ 12,995

$ 11,995

11,995

CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE

Visit our new mobile

site from your smart

phone or check our

redesigned

website at

www.chipwynn.com

** $2,000 down cash or trade plus TTL 75mo @ 3.99% W.A.C.

CLEARANCE

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