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Over the weekend I attended the dedication ceremony of the Vietnam Wall of Southwest Florida. It was a moving tribute to the men and women who gave their lives in service to this country. Our hearts were broken as we paid respect to the more than 58,000 whose lives were cut short by this troublesome war. I looked around to see so many who lived through their service in Vietnam but were forever changed by that experience. We were humbled by the bravery and courage of those who stood in battle. We also questioned our leadership and the decisions that led to the deaths of these fine warriors. This memorial stands as A wound that is closed but not fully healed.Ž The Vietnam War divided this country and remains a debated issue to this day. Over time we have found ways to respect and honor those who served no matter what our position was on the war. I remember the marches and the loss of life, but for the most part my immediate family was not directly touched by Vietnam. Over the years I have come to know many who fought in Vietnam. So many of their memories are tragic and haunting. These veterans live every day with the pain of their time in battle. They wear their battle scars on the inside seen only occasionally by those closest to them. As a country, we have walked through many troubled days, and we are a stronger nation as a result. We have argued and fought over our differences even to the point of civil war. Yet somehow we always come together to be ƒone nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.Ž We are a diverse nation made up of very different people; we vary widely in our cultures, views and religious beliefs. Yet every day we go to work together, play together and serve together. We have always been able to find common things that unite us. By the time you read this column, we will have once again elected a president to lead this great nation. This election has been a tough one for all of us. I think it is safe to say that most of us would have preferred a more dignified campaign. At the end of the day, we had a job to do. Our job was to vote, and vote we did. My prayer is that somehow we will find a way to once again speak to that neighbor who dared to put up the wrong sign. Hug our cousin who spoke ill of our preferred candidate. Maybe go back and re-friend a few folks on Facebook. E Pluribus Unum CHARLOTTE COUNTY „ After listening to 17 Republican presidential candidates speak in Orlando last November, Barry Jollett didnt even have Donald Trump on his short list. But in time, the Punta Gorda resident realized Trump was the only candidate who could change America. Jollett, the vice chairman of the Charlotte County Republican Party, said Wednesday hes proud to call himself a Trumpster.Ž I worked very hard for him to win,Ž said Jollett, a candidate in the December election of the new Charlotte County Republican Executive Committee chair vacated by Bill Folchi, who is retiring. People liked Donald Trump. He got 50 percent or more votes in every straw poll a year ago,Ž he said. We have problems in Washington and the two parties have been doing what they want,Ž he said. I think thats the way politics has developed over time. America the way I knew it was done if we didnt make a big change. The only person who could do this was Donald Trump. Ive done Trump win elates GOPBY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR The president-elect won over local votersTRUMP | 8 AP PHOTOSPresident-elect Donald Trump gives his acceptance speech during his election night rally, Wednesday, Nov. 9, in New York. Vicepresident-elect Mike Pence stands at left. June Cutright lost her appetite in 2005. Without an appetite, I dont eat,Ž she said. I eat one meal a day, usually after midnight when I take an appetite stimulant. I take five drugs to treat five different symptoms.Ž Cannabis, she said, can treat all of them. A Punta Gorda woman with MS, Cutright was thrilled with the turnout of Florida voters who thought reasonably and rationally about medical marijuana, supporting its legalization with a 72 percent majority. Now, local officials must decide how to respond. Charlotte County has already approved a nine-month moratorium on marijuana dispensaries to give the county time to investigate the impact of cannabis-dispensing facilities. The ordinance cites potential negative impacts including offensive odors, trespassing, theft, fire hazards, increased crime in and Local officials address medical marijuanaBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER MARIJUANA | 9VENICE „ About eight years ago, Dr. Julio Gonzalez wrote a book about health care reform, a topic hes been passionate about for quite some time and one that later served as a paramount platform in his winning bid for the state Representative District 74 job. Running on the Republican ticket, Gonzalez, an orthopedic surgeon, lawyer and author, decisively beat Manny Lopez on Election Day to stay in of“ce. Two years earlier, he won the district with 95 percent of the vote. Before even thinking about a life in public service, though, Gonzalez has been consumed with the health care industry, studying ways to make it work better for patients. It was more than a campaign talking point; it was an integral piece that led me to public of“ce. It threatens health care,Ž said Gonzalez, who authored the book, Health Care Reform: The TruthŽ in 2009. He criticized the Affordable Care Act during his campaign stops, speaking on its dangers to health care and how it needs to be overhauled. Is Obamacare on life support?By JONATHAN SCHOLLESSTAFF WRITERSUPPORT | 9 President-elect Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up during his acceptance speech. RobertLEEPUBLISHERPUBLISHERS INBOX CORRECTIONRon Davison, chairman of the Englewood Area Fire Control Districts board of commissioners, was misidentified in a story about the districts referendum in Wednesdays Sun . Obviously, we are disappointed. We will continue on,Ž Davison said. ROBERT | 9 INSIDETrump to enter White House with unprecedented power. See USA TODAY Pulitzer Prize winner2016 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 124 | NO. 315AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY Thursday November 10, 2016CLASSIFIED: Comics 9-12 | Dear Abby 12 | TV Listings 13 THE SUN: Crosswords 9 | Local Sports 14-15 | Obituaries 5 | Police Beat 13 | Viewpoint 10-11 0 percent chance of rain82 56 High Low Look inside for valuable couponsThis years savings to date ...SUN COUPON VALUE METER CHARLIE SAYS ...I love living in Florida.INDEX | 705252000258Daily Edition $1.00 $193,568SPORTS: Lotto 2 USA TODAY: News 1-4 | State 7, 9 | Stocks 8-9 | Weather 10 | World 10 $1.00 www.yoursun.comHillary Clinton ended her presidential campaign, saying it is painful and will be for a long time.Ž SEEUSA TODAY Afghanistans president on Wednesday welcomed home Sharbat Gulla. SEE USA TODAYCLINTONS CONCESSION Pakistan deports National Geographics iconic Afghan Girl CHARLOTTE SUNCALL US AT 941-206-1000

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Our Town Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 SUBSCRIPTIONS Home Delivery Rates: Newspaper designated market: City ZoneCarrier home delivered 7 days. Rates as follows plus 7% Florida Sales Tax: Monthly Bank/ Credit Card .........................$30.80 3 Months ..........................$100.10 6 Months ..........................$200.20 1 Year ...............................$400.40Does not include Waterline and TV Times. Above rates do not include sales tax.Subscribers residing in outlying areas may incur additional delivery charge. Mail subscription rates: Rates as follows (advance payment required): 7 Days 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year $154.07 $276.35 $492.11 Sunday Only 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year $71.89 $144.61 $243.54Above rates do not include sales tax.Single Copy rates Daily $1.00 Sunday $2.00 Unclaimed account balances under $10, inactive for 15 months, will be used to purchase newspapers for classroom use. Sun Newspapers CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY Delivery should be expected prior to 6:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday. Redelivery hours: 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Customer Service hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday Friday; Saturday 7a.m. to 10 a.m.; and Sunday 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Call Customer Service for our current specials. To subscribe or to report any problems with your service, please call or visit your local office. Charlotte: 941-206-1300 23170 Harborview Road, Port Charlotte Englewood: 941-681-3000 120 W. Dearborn St., Englewood North Port: 941-429-3000 13487 Tamiami Trail, North Port DeSoto: 863-494-0300 or toll-free at 877-818-6204 108 S. Polk Avenue, Arcadia TODAYMurdock Rotary, Club meets Thurs. 7:15am weekly at Perkins, 1700 Tamiami Trl., Friendliest club in SWFL. Call 941-624-2353 for info MarineCorps 1st Mess, 1st MarDiv Assoc. of SW Florida, Marine Corps Birthdays First Mess, All Marines & guests welcome! Deep Creek Elks, Lunch With Kathy 11-2:30, Orientation @ 6:30 Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview PC 941-629-1645 lunch 11-2 pm dinner 5-8 Music by, tidal Wave PG/PC AAUW mtg, 11 am Char Harbor Yacht Club, 4400 Lister St, Pt Charlotte. Girls WWII experience. Opt lunch. Call Barbara 941-639-4958 Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 3pm Tiki open; 5-8 Dinner; 6:30-8:30 Charity Bar Bingo @ 25538 Shore,PG,637-2606; members & guests Mahjong, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 11:30a-3:30p $3., Cultural Center MembersPLUS free., Everyone welcomed 625-4175. RW Womans Club Meets, 11:30 am, Amer Legion #113, 3436 Indiana Rd,Rotonda..lunch $10.00-call Diane-828-0119..honor Veterans/1st resp. Punta Gorda Elkettes, Elkettes Thrift Shop Open to the Public from 11:30am to 2:30pm @ 25538 Shore,PG,637-2606, ext. 451 Chess Club, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 12-4p $3., Cultural Center MembersPLUS free., Everyone welcomed 625-4175 Rotary lunch meeting, Club meets weekly at Isles Yacht Club, 1780 W Marion Ave Punta Gorda, Fl Singer Paul Roush, Live music by Paul Roush 12 Noon-3 pm near Good Ole Days Coffee in Fishermens Village. 639-8721 Double Deck Pinochle, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 5:30-8:30p $2.25., Cultural Center MembersPLUS free., Everyone welcomed 625-4175. Walk & Dine Singles, Singles age 50+ meet Thursdays 5:30 at local Restaurant for Dinner, Fun & Dancing. Call 941-244-8073 www. walkndine.com Quarter Frenzy, Doors open at 6 for the Quarter Frenzy on Nov 10th to benefit Relay For Life at 2421 Event Center, 2421 Tamiami Trail Sons Of Italy-Pasta, Meatball, Sausage, Salad, Brd, Desert, Bev/Cofe 6pm $8. Mbrs$9. Non-Mbrs Karaoke Aft Din3725 EasySt. ResvReq 941-764-9003 American Legion 103, Auxiliary Meeting @ 6pm. All unit members 2101 Taylor Rd PG 639-6337 Of Thee I SIng, Free patriotic concert honoring vets.Charlotte High choirs & bandsopen to public 7pm@ CAPC 701 Carmalita StPG 505-7469 FRIDAYVets and supporters, Free Coffee/ donuts on Vet. Day, 6a members military Uniforms and pics on display. Fyzical 17751 Murdock Cir NJROTC Blood Drive, 7:30 am until 2:05 pm, PCHS NJROTC Unit Blood Drive, 18200 Cochran Blvd. Port Charlotte FL 33954, 941-255-7485 x3200 Tops Club takeoff #s, 8am to 10 am at Edgewater UMC 19190 Cochran Blvd, call 941-2582610(Hope) $32 annual, $5 monthly Garage & Crafts Sale, Fri-Sat Nov 11-12, 9a-3p. Barn sale; crafts, jewelry, baked goods. Lunch. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 TODAYBadminton, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9-12p. $2 to play! Christmas Bazaar, Unique crafted items, baked goods, lunch, handmade quilt raffle. Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St, 9 2, 474-9762 Farmers Market, FREE! Every Thursday 9AM-2PM 300 Block W. Dearborn St.Organic & Fresh Produce, Baked goods, Artisan Foods, 941 548-7843 Manasota Beach Yoga, Yoga for all ages and abilities. Bring a blanket and join. Free Will Donation, regular Mo-Fr 9AM, Su-Fr 5PM. St. Francis Bingo, Doors open 9:15am. Early bird 10am. Lunch available for purchase. 5265 Placida Rd. Info: Geri 941-697-8042 Ewd Country Liners, 9:3011:30 a.m., Christ Lutheran Church, 701 N Indiana Ave. Impvr/intermed. line dances. Public welcome. Nancy 474-6027 Plant Clinic, Englewood Plant Clinic 10-12 every Thursday, at library 3450 N. Access Rd., Florida Master Gardeners, Free plant advice. Story Time, Storytime 10:30 am Thursdays Ages 0-5 Elsie Quirk Library 100 W. Dearborn St Englewood 941-861-5000 RW Womans Club Meets, 11:30 am, Amer Legion #113, 3436 Indiana Rd,Rotonda..lunch $10.00-call Diane-828-0119..honor Veterans/1st resp. Bridge, Contract bridge is played Thu from 12:15 til 3:30 at The Hills Rest. RGCC, 100 Rotonda Cir, 698-7945, $3. Open Play Pickleball, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-8611980, 1-3p. $2 to play! Heaven, Study Randy Alcorns book every Thursday 3-4pm in #201. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC, 697-1747 BINGO!, Light fare menu 5-6:30 pm. Bingo at 7pm. Public invited. Proceeds to charity. Rotonda Elks, 941-697-2710. LEGION GAME NIGHT, Great Variety of Food. Served 5-7pm. Cornhole starts at 7pm. American Legion 113 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda Manasota Beach Yoga, Yoga for all ages and abilities. Bring a blanket and join. Free Will Donation, regular Mo-Fr 9AM, Su-Fr 5PM. Dinner/Dance Eng Elk, Dinner/Dance Eng. Elks Thurs. 5:30-7:00. Baked/fried chicken, baked fish or chefs choice. MC Squared 6:30-9:30. Project Graduation, Project Graduation meets at 7 p.m. in room 119 at LBHS, 2201 Placida Road, Englewood. Parents, volunteers welcome! FRIDAYGarden Club Gardens, Learn real Florida Gardening Bring your gloves Fri.8-10:30 @ Lemon Bay Garden Club 480 Yale St Englewood 9414749068 Christmas Bazaar, Unique crafted items, baked goods, lunch, handmade quilt raffle. Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St, 9 2, 474-9762 Garage & Crafts Sale, Fri-Sat Nov 11-12, 9a-3p. Barn sale; crafts, jewelry, baked goods. Lunch. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 TODAYVFW Post 8203, Marine Corp. Happy Birthday 241 years young Current Event Conv, 10-11:30am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Bring a topic or joke to share with the group VFW Post 8203, Euchre 12-4pm Bingo 5pm Bowling 6pm RW Womans Club Meets, 11:30 am, Amer Legion #113, 3436 Indiana Rd,Rotonda..lunch $10.00-call Diane-828-0119..honor Veterans/1st resp. Mexican Dominos, 12-3 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 The dominoes have numbers not dots so join the fun. Free Movie, 1-3pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Miracles from HeavenŽ true story. Stars Jennifer Garner Port Charlotte Elks, Happy Hour prices 4:30 to 6:30, Members & Guests, Open daily 1 to 7:30, 1700 Tamiami Trail F3, Murdock, FL, 625-7571 Amvets 2000 Dinner, LAUX Country Fried Steak 4:30-7pm QOH @ 7pm Karaoke by Holly @ 7:30pm 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 Amvets 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Great menu and daily specials. members&guests 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Moose Lodge 764, Canasta 12, Meat bingo 7, Lunch special 2 sliders with french fries FRIDAYBasic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Join Brenda for a good work out and feel better. Garage & Craft Sales, Fri-Sat Nov 11-12, 9a-3p. Barn sale; crafts, jewelry, baked goods. Lunch. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 NP Farmers Market, 9-2, sumter & city hall blvd. 391-4856 Org. & Domestic produce, fish, butcher, hot dogs, olives & more. Music & Art. Pierogies Takeout, Pierogies/Kielbasa, Every Fri.10am-6pm, St. Andrew Ukrainian Center. 4100 S.Biscayne Dr. North Port 941 786-5256 CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS Free Hair Cuts for Vets, Toledo Blade Barbers is offering free hair cuts to Veterans, with proper ID, on Veterans Day, from 7:30am 3pm. 17218 Toledo Blade Blvd., PC. 941-624-0584 Fall Taste of Greece, Sat 11-12-16 24411 Rampart Blvd. Pt Charlotte 11am-7pm Dine In or Carry Out Greek Food & Pastries FREE Admission 941-629-3888 OPA! Turkey Day Superbingo, at The Cultural Center of Charlotte County, 2280 Aaron Street Port Charlotte, 11AM to 3PM on Saturday November 26. Doors open 9:30, Game Packs $30. $2500 payout, games pay $50 and $250. First 60 tickets get free 6-On game pack. Call 625-4175, ext.212 for credit card purchases. Holly Days Home Tour 2016, Fri, Dec. 2 & Sat, Dec. 3, 11:00 a.m.4:00 p.m. in Punta Gorda Historic District, theme A Natural Tropical ChristmasŽ. Tickets ($15), poinsettia market, refreshments at First U. Methodist Church, 507 W. Marion Ave, PG., Contact: PG Garden Club, 941-575-4653. Free Estate & Investment Seminars, 10-11:30am, Charlotte State Bank & Trust Charlotte Harbor office, 23112 Harborview Road: Estate Planning Basics, Tuesday, Nov. 15; Investment Concepts: Top 10 Things to Know, Wednesday, Nov. 16; Will vs Trust, Thursday, Nov. 17. RSVP at any bank office, call 624-1944, or email fwargo@csbtfl. com. Free Financial Seminar, Join us for a free financial seminar. Top 10 Things Every Investor Should Know. Tues., Nov. 15, 10 … 11:30 a.m. Located at the Englewood Florida Chamber of Commerce, 601 E. Indiana Ave., Englewood. Presented by Michael Aloian, President, Trust and Investment Management Services. RSVP 473-3629. Kentucky Club Luncheon, Kentuckians and friends bring your favorite dish to share to Foxwood Club House, 561 Foxwood Drive in Englewood Saturday, November 12th from noon to 3 pm to join us for a meal, entertainment and door prizes. Chicken/beverages/ice/utensils furnished by club. Annual dues $5. Call Paula @ 502-689-3013. Charity Yard Sale, St. Maximilian Kolbe. Knights of Columbus Annual Charity Yard Sale, Thurs-Sat Nov 10-12. Southern Self-Storage (formerly Patriot Storage) 2245 Bobcat Village Center Rd North Port., Furniture, Sporting Goods, Tools, Housewares, Clothing and much more., Food will be sold., Huge Event!! Riverwalk Fall Art & Craft Fair, Riverwalk Clubhouse 150 Riverwalk Dr. North Port. Nov 12th. Sat 9-1pm. Handmade items by local artisans & crafters. 260-241-2840. Featured Events Featured Events Featured EventsPAID ADVERTISEMENTS PAID ADVERTISEMENTS PAID ADVERTISEMENTS The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run as submitted.Ž To submit an item, go to www.your sun.com, select an edition and click on the Community CalendarŽ link on the left. Click Submit Event,Ž and fill out the appropriate information. Publisher ...................................Robert E. 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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 3 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSENGLEWOOD „ This isnt Paige Bakhauss “rst rodeo. Its not even her “rst Paddlefest. As the second Englewood Paddlefest rapidly approaches, Bakhaus is relaxed, a peaceful aura of control surrounding her. And why not? As of Monday night, she had about 80 people signed up for the three races and fun activities that will take place at Englewood Beach this weekend. Bakhaus is expecting more to sign up every day until registration closes Friday. Paddleboard racers have been known to wait until right before a race to sign up,Ž she said. We could get 40, 50, even 60 more.Ž Part of the waiting is to see what weather conditions can be expected at racetime. Right now, meteorologists are predicting a beautiful weekend of sunny skies, not much wind and temperatures in the high 70s. Bakhaus, who is owner of Hooked on SUP, was the race mistress for last years Paddlefest, which was one of many activities connected with the “rst Englewood Beach Waterfest. It turned out to be one of the most successful events, and was brought back for its second year to a more visible location. Last year, the race started near Stump Pass Beach State Park at the Westons WannaB Inn, and much of the racing was done in the waters of Lemon Bay. This year, the race starts and ends at Englewoods public beach and mostly takes place in the Gulf of Mexico. The increased visibility to the public „ combined with the Paddlefest Fun Day games and clinics scheduled for Sunday „ should help bring more people to see the paddlers, even if they didnt plan to, explained Waterfest president Ralph Young. We think that people who just happen to be going to the beach will see whats going on and want to know more and even participate,Ž he said. Bakhaus registration list includes paddle racers from the local area, but a lot from Tampa and Floridas southeast coast as well. There are out-of-state racers from New Jersey, New York, Wisconsin and a number of other states represented. Paddlefest 2016 starts with a pool party Friday night at Cape Haze Marina, 6950 Placida Road, where participants can relax, enjoy a shrimp boil and a movie. The races are Saturday morning beginning at 9 a.m., and include a 6-mile paddle from Englewood Beach to Stump Pass and back, plus a 3-mile race and a 1.5-mile fun race. There is also a kids race. Sunday is Paddlefest Fun Day. It starts at 7 a.m. with the Michael Metzger paddle clinic. The PaddleFit games start at 9:30 a.m. and conclude with the Pilgrim Paddle and Thanksgiving lunch presented by Hooked on SUP from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Visit englewoodbeachwaterfest.com for information, and for links to registration.Paddlefest a go for Englewood BeachBy CHRIS PORTERENGLEWOOD SUN EDITOR SUN FILE PHOTOThe open, 3-mile race had the largest number of participants. In this photo from the 2015 Paddlefest, paddle racers wait for the second blast from event chairman Bruce Denson, indicating the start. PHILADELPHIA „ Many of the symptoms associated with growing old are actually signs the body is running on empty. For a man, the precipitous drop in the hormone testosterone can be life-changing; reducing the quality of erections, reducing sexual desire, and reducing stamina. A Slow Leak in T-LevelsŽLow T-levels can also trigger insomnia, premature aging of the skin, increased body fat, muscle loss, depression, and worrisome mind and memory problems. The good news is that restoring testosterone to optimal, youthful levels is a fairly easy process. The bad news is that its painful and expensive. One has to endure repeated doctor visits, blood tests, painful injections deep into large muscles, or the daily application of ineffective, expensive adhesive patches or messy topical creams. Now, theres a better way, say doctors.Sexual Powers and Youth ReturnsIn the quest to keep aging men young and vibrant, scientists looked beyond human testosterone to discover an ensemble of natural “re-starters and sexual enhancers that re-kindle a mans sexual powers by naturally elevating testosterone. This can make any man a better, stronger lover, and also imp rove his overall well-being, and con“dence when taken over 90 d ays. The breakthrough is called Beyond Human Testosterone. Its a drug-free, two-capsule-a-day formula that is growing more popular with healthcare professionals and men looking for a painless, prescription-free “x.Slow Down AgingUsers report better sex, increased mental focus, alertness, and productivity, increased muscle mass, energy expenditure, and smoother, more touchable skin. Beyond Human Testosterone is an impressive formula,Ž says physician Dr. Steve Klayman. Its ingredients are clinically tested and shown to have the ability to stimulate the body into producing more testosterone makes it perfect for every man who wants to boost his sexual response, improve his physical appearance, brighten his moods, and slow the rate at which his body is aging.ŽHard as SteelKevin J. San Angelo, Texas is in full agreement. 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(**)When testosterone is replenished, regardless of age or physical state of health, any man can enjoy a more powerful sex drive, enhanced sexual function, increased energy levels, and a far more pleasurable sexual experience.BHT Clinically Tested Ingredients Helps Prevent Man BoobsIncreasing levels of testosterone is, by itself, may not be enough to fully restore waning sexual powers, warns Dr. Klayman With age and the natural upheaval in hormonal balance, some men, by no fault of their own, will begin to convert testosterone to... estrogen. Ever seen a man with pronounced man boobs? This is often caused by this unwanted shift in estrogen-testosterone balance. The Beyond Human Testosterone ingredients helps in p reventing this with the addition of a remarkable phytonutrient called diindolylmethane, or DIM. DIM helps safeguard and protect a mans testosterone reserves and supports overall hormone balance. Then we went a step further and put the magic bulletŽ into the Beyond Human Testosterone formula. A human clinical study in the journal Phytotherapy Research (**) reported that the herbal extract fenugreek boosted libido in 82% of men who consumed the dietary supplement in the twelve-week study. In addition, 63% of the men taking the fenugreek noted an improvement in the quality of sexual performance and 67% of men indicated the herbal extract enhanced their sexual recovery time. Fenugreek has been studied in the past for its effects in blood sugar maintenance in diabetics and its cholesterol-lowering effects among those with hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol and high triglycerides). Fenugreek seeds are rich in a chemical compound known as saponins. According to the study authors, one of the common saponins found in fenugreek is diosgenin, a steroid-like precursor for the synthesis of a number of sex hormones. 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Our Town Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSMy wifes car started flashing a check engineŽ light the other day. Fortunately, it wasnt anything critical. But watching that light flash caused me to ponder, why doesnt my car have a system restoreŽ feature like our binary buddies? Unknown or rumored to many, our PCs have the ability to revert to an earlier time when it was working correctly. This feature has been part of the Windows operating system since the release of Windows ME in 2000. What exactly is System Restore? System Restore is a feature within Microsoft Windows that allows us to revert our computers state (including system files, installed applications, Windows Registry, and system settings) to that of a previous point in time, which can be used to recover from system malfunctions or other problems. Note the description does not say that our personal files will be restored to an earlier time. So if we accidentally delete a word document or picture, then decide we want it back, system restore will not bring that file back into existence. That is the function of performing a backup of any files that we dont want to lose. If, however, we were to try to install a program or app and our digital domestique goes berserk, we can use system restore to revert our PCs condition to a time before the attempted installation. Another example would be if we suddenly downloaded a nasty piece of malware, we could attempt to eliminate it by using system restore to return our machine to a point prior to the introduction of the malware. System Restore is a very powerful tool. There are some steps we need to check to verify that it is available to us. By default, system restore is turned off. Verify its condition in Windows 10 by typing system restore in the search field next to the Start button. Or open the control panel and in the search field type system restore. This will open the dialogue box allowing us to turn on system restore and set some other conditions that may come in handy. When the dialogue box opens there will be several tabs across the top, click on System Protection. Further down the page is a field labeled Protection Settings and there we see the drives in use for our computer. Make sure the drive labeled (C:) indicates that Protection is on. If it says off, then click on the button labeled Configure. On the next window that opens click on the radio button labeled Turn on System Protection. Now glance down to Disk Space Usage. Since creating a restore point uses space on the hard drive we need to balance how many restore points we want to have with how much space we have on the hard drive. For most folks this wont be an issue so set the Max Disk usage slider to approximately 10 percent. Click Apply and OK to close the window. This will ensure we have several restore points to choose from should the need to revert our calculating companion to an earlier date arise. Best to check it before we need it. Court Nederveld owns his own computer consulting and fixit service „ Bits, Bytes & Chips Computer Services. You can reach him at adakeep@hotmail.com, or 941-626-3285. System restore win Bits & BytesCourt Nederveld adno=712769 Theyre Here!! Theyre Here!! Award-winning Columnist Christy Feinbergs Live Like A Tourist has arrived! This guide will help you decide just where to take your family and visitors to make their visit to Southwest Florida the best ever! Call to find out how to get your copy of Live Like a Tourist, a compilation of Christys columns. $29.45 (tax included) … Pickup Only $35.93 … Shipped 941-206-1300 #9 adno=712994Dr. Victor Marchione shows why adult diapers and padded underwear are becoming a thing of the past.Wilkesboro, North Carolina Carrie B suffered from bladder problems for about 10 years. What started off as a small leak whenever she sneezed or laughed, ended up with her losing so much control of her bladder, she had to cut down on going out. She tried drugs, but they came with nasty side effects, so she gave up on them and tried adult diapers. She hated the rustle of the diapers and was very conscious of the unmistakable odor of stale urine. Nothing seemed to work for Carrie until she did this one thing. Fast relief that will leave you speechlessWhen asked how she felt, at “ rst all she could say was I cant “ nd the words to express how great I feel.Ž But later on she added. I had so many accidents in public, I was afraid to leave the house. I even had to stop going to church. It was so humiliating, I cried. Within one month of trying Bladder Rescue I no longer have accidents! Ive started going back to church and Im socializing againƒ Thank you! Like Carrie, you too can get back your freedom. The freedom to plan your day according to what you want to do, and not what your bladder will allow. You never have to bother about how long a movie will last, or how much you can drink, or even whether there is a toilet nearby. But you have to act now. Dont let another day do by.Ignore bladder problems at your own risk You see a leaky bladder not only ruins your social life, and p revents you from getting a good nights rest, it can lead to secondary complications. Urinary tract infection, bladder stones, kidney stones can all stem from a simple leaky bladder. And there is statistical evidence of a leaky bladder resulting in falls, fractures and even severe mood swings. While a leaky bladder can be downright humiliating, talking about it is embarrassing. Which is why most people dont even tell their family doctor about it. This is a big mistake because, without proper care, a leaky bladder will only get worse.Effective bladder care right at homeThanks to Dr. Victor Marchione, we are able to bring effective bladder care to the con“ nes of your home. Though Dr. Marchione is a certi“ ed M.D, his success with natural ingredients has given him the moniker … Food Doctor. Dr. Marchione, has recently developed a powerful and effective formula that is bringing back the freedom into the lives of thousands of women. And men too. It has natural ingredients, is drug free, and best of all, it is fast acting. It is aptly called Bladder Rescue. And as you can see from Carries story, it is clearly living up its name. No more adult diapers. No more sleepless nights!While there are thousands like Carrie who are happy to be using Bladder Rescue, the growing popularity of Bladder Rescue could have a negative impact on the adult diaper industry. What was till now a growing business (In many countries, including the US, sales of adult diapers are set to exceed the sales of baby diapers), could suddenly see a change in their fortunes. The diaper industry will be even more worried when they realize, Carries success is no ” uke and is based on scienti“ c principles. The science behind the successYour bladder is made up of different muscles. These muscles house a hollow cavity to hold urine. Bladder muscles, called sphincters, as well as muscles of your pelvic ” oor, keep urine from leaking. When your bladder and pelvic ” oor muscles are strong, they can handle any extra pressure from a cough, sneeze or laugh. But as these muscles become weak with age, any sudden pressure can push urine out of the bladder unexpectedly. In fact, a recent Mayo Clinic report con“ rms that if you want to reduce bladder leakage, the “ rst thing to do is strengthen all your bladder and pelvic ” oor muscles. And this is exactly what the main ingredients in Bladder Rescue pumpkin seed extract and soy iso” avones … are p roven to do.Clinical trials back the science In an eight-week placebo-controlled clinical study, the water soluble pumpkin seed extract worked far better at strengthening the bladder and urinary tract than the placebo. In fact, it slashed frequent urination and leakage up to 57%. And nighttime urinations were reduced by as much as 60%. While this is great news it is not enough. But when pumpkin seed extract combines with soy iso” avones, this dynamic duo rapidly reduced the number of frequent urinations and episodes of leakage. In fact, in one clinical study, participants reported a dramatic 79% reduction in urinary frequency and leakage starting in as little as 7 days. Of course there two ingredients are ably supported by the other ingredients in Bladder Rescue … Vinpocetine, Magnesium, Cranberry, and the vitamins C, B12, and D. All of which are p roven to help strengthen bladder muscles and support bladder health. Works for both men and womenAccording to Dr. Marchione, as the bladder muscle in both men and women is similar in structure, and function, the ingredients work well for both the sexes. But for men, their urinary symptoms could be caused by an enlarged prostate. So its important to come to a correct diagnosis, before addressing the symptoms. If its a bladder problem, support the bladder muscle. If the symptoms are because of an enlarged prostate, proceed accordingly. Having said that, even after the prostate problem is resolved (drugs, supplements surgery) the leakage can continue. This is because an enlarged prostate can alter bladder muscle function in the long run. In which case, Bladder Rescue can come to the rescue. Special Offer for Our ReadersWe requested that Dr. Victor Marchione give our readers a 60 day, 100% satisfaction guarantee to try Bladder Rescue, and he agreed! Thats right, youll have a full 60 days to try out Bladder Rescue. If youre not satis“ ed with the product, or for any other reason, you can return the bottles (open and unopened) and youll owe nothing! No questions asked, ever! And if you call today, you can “ nd out how to obtain additional bottles too, entirely FREE. Well even pay the shipping cost! In as little as 7 days you can start to see the difference and by the end of a month of using Bladder Rescue, you can get relief from your leaky bladder and more importantly, get back to living life on your terms. But please hurry! Supplies are limited. Call 1-800-577-0978 today, before its too late and this offer is closed fo rever. T O PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS’ PRIVACY, STOCK PHOTOS HAVE BEEN USED FOR ALL CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS. INDIVIDUAL RE S ULT S MAY VARY. THE S E S TATEMENT S HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG A DMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE, OR PREVENT ANY DISEAS E Participants who took part in a clinical study experienced an average of 7.3 episodes of leakage at night. Six weeks later, they dropped to only 1.5 … an astounding 79% reduction in urinary frequency and leakage!Number of urination accidents8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 PreWeek 1 Week 2 Week 4 Week 6 5.5 4.1 2.2 1.5Sogabe H, et al. (2001), J Med Pharm Sci. 46 (5) 727-37 Participants REDUCED Nightly Frequency and Leakage 79% (From 7.3 to 1.5 episodes) 7.3 79% reduction Dr. Victor Marchione has been practicing medicine for over 26 years and has been featured on ABC News and World Report, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and the NBC Today Show. 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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 5 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS OBITUARIESCHARLOTTE Alice BorowskiAlice Borowski, 94, passed away Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. She was born Oct. 19, 1922, in Pitts“eld, Massachusetts. Alice lived in Albany, New York, for half of her life. In the early 1980s, she moved to Englewood, Florida, with her late husband, Casey Borowski. Both were retired when they moved to Florida. Her only daughter, Joanne Rockenstire, passed away about 17 years ago. She is survived by her grandsons, James Rockenstire Jr. and William Rockenstire; and great-granddaughter, Christine Rockenstire. Per her wishes, there will be no viewing. She will be entombed at Charlotte Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of ”owers, memorial contributions in Alices name may be made to the Animal Welfare League, 3519 Drance St., Port Charlotte, FL 33980. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.charlotte memorial.com. Arrangements are by Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home, Cemetery and Crematory, 9400 Indian Spring Cemetery Road, Punta Gorda, FL 33980. Elizabeth (Betty) Driggers GoffElizabeth (Betty) Driggers Goff was born in Sarasota, Florida on Feb. 13, 1926 to William Driggers and Claudia Driggers (Lowe). She moved to Punta Gorda with her family, when she was 7 years old. Betty married the love of her life, Virgil Goff on August 5, 1944. She was known by her friends as a woman of strong faith and love of her family. Betty fell asleep in death on November 3, 2016. She is survived by her children Claudia Goff Aurandt, Dennis Goff (Carol), Steve Goff (Robin), Linda Goff Bryant (Jerry), her sisters Louise Lowe, and Dorcas Addison, her brother, James Driggers, and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Betty was preceded in death by her husband Virgil, her sons Larry and William (Nancy), her grandson James Aurandt her granddaughter Kimberley Goff, and her daughter-in-law Karen. Services will be held at 3 oclock Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the Punta Gorda Isles Civic ssociation, 2001 Shreve St. Punta Gorda, FL 33950Ronald Keith HenningsenRonald Keith Henningsen, 57, died suddenly on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, in Port Charlotte, Florida. Ron was born on Jan. 19, 1959, in Baltimore, Maryland, to Franklin and Judith Henningsen. He graduated from Northeast High School in Pasadena, Maryland, in 1977. He married Sharon, his high school sweetheart, in 1980, and was happily married for 36 years. Ron worked for Peachland Publix for 17 years. Ron was a warmhearted peopleŽ person and was devoted to his family. Ron is survived by his father, Franklin Henningsen, of Punta Gorda, Florida; wife, Sharon Henningsen; two children, Kristen Tobolski and Robert Henningsen of Port Charlotte; his three brothers, Mark, Gerard, and Wayne Henningsen of Pasadena; sister Lisa Bridges, of Punta Gorda; and his grandson, Landon. He is preceded in death by his mother, Judith Henningsen. A Celebration of Life service is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 11, 2016, at 2 p.m. at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 2565 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte. In lieu of ”owers, please send donations to a charity close to your heart. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Rons life.Sandy Wilfrid L. McPheeSandy Wilfrid L. McPhee, 85, of Port Charlotte, Florida, passed away peacefully at his home on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. Sandy was born to Roy and Lucy McPhee on July 27, 1931, in West Lorne, Ontario, Canada, and moved to Port Charlotte in 1989 from Clearwater, Florida. Sandy was a great avid golfer for many years. He enjoyed life to the fullest especially spending time with his family and friends. He will be missed dearly by all who loved and knew him. Survivors include his loving wife of 35 years, Vicky; a daughter, Brenda Redmond of Canada; six sons, Wilfrid, Michael, Brad and Steven McPhee all of Canada, John McPhee of Wisconsin and Scott McPhee of West Palm Beach, Florida; a sister, Velma Hodder of Canada; numerous grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and his dog pals, Brandy, Nicky and Oscar. A private Celebration of Life Service will be held Nov. 20, 2016, by the family In lieu of ”owers, memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life, Linda Wilson Fund, 3391 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 or to the PGPCNP Association of Realtors, Gift Cards for Veterans Project, 3320 Loveland Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL 33980. Friends may visit online at www.robersonfh.com to extend condolences to the family. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory Port Charlotte Chapel.ENGLEWOOD John FioreJohn Fiore, 62, went to be with Jesus on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016. He was born in Batavia, New York, moving to Englewood, Florida, in 1981, where he worked for Anthony Fiore Construction for the next 33 years. He is survived by his brother Anthony (Nancy) Fiore of Englewood; brother-in-law, Peter Chilano; three nieces, Lisa (Marcus) Hossack, Sarah (Casey) Walsh and Nicole Chilano; nephew, Peter (Lisa) Chilano; dear friends, Jack and Carol Turpin; and numerous friends and co-workers. He is preceded in death by his father and mother, Joseph and Josephine Fiore; and sister, Marie Chilano. A service will be held on Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016, at 2 p.m. at Englewood Bible Church, 501 Yale St., Englewood. You can express your condolences to the family at lemonbayfh.com. Arrangements are by Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services. NORTH PORTThere were no deaths reported in North Port Wednesday. DESOTOThere were no deaths reported in DeSoto Wednesday. Vera C. Boerenko TitteringtonVera C. Boerenko Titterington, RN, of Gulf Cove, Florida, expired on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016. She was born April 7, 1927, in Brooklyn, New York. Vera was the oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. William Boerenko of Galway, New York. Vera graduated from Galway Grade School, Broadalbin High School and Hudson Valley Community College. She worked at St. Clares Hospital in Schenectady, New York, for 35 years as an operating room nurse before retiring in 1991 to Florida with her husband, Gerard V. Titterington, who expired in November 2009. She is survived by brothers, Joseph Boerenko (Regina), of Florida, and Donald Boerenko (Rosemary) of Connecticut; nephews Bernard Boerenko (Randy), Kenneth Boerenko (Lucy), William Boerenko (Georgann) and Jay Boerenko (Teal) of New York State; Henry Boerenko of California; Adam Boerenko (Ivelisse) and Erik Boerenko (Kelly) of Connecticut; Stephen Boerenko (Marianne) of Florida; nieces, Cecelia Boerenko of Florida, Carolyn (John) of New York State, Sheryl (Bill) of Connecticut; stepchildren, Patrice Titterington of North Carolina, Ellyn Titterington of Massachusetts, Paul Titterington (Maripat), of Texas, and Amy Titterington (Makoto), of Japan; “ve step-grandchildren; “ve great-nieces; two great-great-nieces; one great-nephew; and two great-great-nephews. She was preceded in death by grandparents; parents; four brothers, James, William Jr., Bernard and Henry; and sister, Carolyn. She will be buried with her husband, Gerard, at the Sarasota National Veterans Cemetery, 9810 State Road 72, Sarasota, Florida. Memorial Mass will be at 9:30 a.m. on Nov. 15, 2016, at St. Francis of Assisi, 5265 Placida Road, Grove City, Florida. Burial service will be at 12:30 p.m. Nov. 16, 2016. In lieu of ”owers, give to your favorite charity or the St. Judes Childrens Research Hospital at www.stjude.org or the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society at www.nationalmssociety.org. Arrangements are by the National Cremation Society. VETERANS HAPPENINGSENGLEWOOD Museum recognizes veteransIf you have served our country, you are cordially invited to attend the Honoring All VeteransŽ service at 1 p.m. Thursday at 1394 Old Englewood Road, Buchans Airport. After a brief service, there will be WWII veterans show-and-tellŽ session. They will have documents, scrapbooks, pictures and awards to look through and discuss. Refreshments will be served. The event is sponsored by the Englewood Area Historical Museum For more information, call 941-208-5942 or 941-4169215 and leave a message if necessary. Veterans Day observanceEnglewoods Veterans Day observance is set for 11 a.m. Friday at 10 Harbor Lane, at the west end of West Dearborn Street. The event will feature a presentation of colors by the Englewood Area Fire Control Districts Honor Guard, the national anthem and American the BeautifulŽ by the Venetian Harmony Chorus, Invocation by Mary Ann Floyd, U.S. Navy, retired. John Davidson, chair of the Englewood Community Redevelopment Association, will welcome guests and introduce the keynote speaker, World War II veteran Jack Denike. The benediction will be conducted by the Rev. Stephen Toasseau. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.Veterans Day at American Legion Post 113On Veterans Day on Friday, American Legion Post 113 will hold memorial services from 10 a.m. to noon at the Post, 3436 Indiana Road, Rotonda West. The Post Honor Guard will perform at the 11 a.m. service and all service ”ags will be presented and posted. Speaker will be Charlotte County Commissioner Bill Truex, representing District 3. All veterans will be served a complimentary luncheon. Price for nonveterans is $6. Post Commander Bill Miller Sr. will preside and all residents are invited. For more information, call the Post at 941-697-3616.NORTH PORT North Port ceremonyThe city of North Port and VFW Post 8203 hosts a Veterans Day ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday at Veterans Park, 13800 Tamiami Trail. The ceremony will feature a World War II “ghter pilot, Capt. William Schultz who ”ew a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber during World War II. The community is invited to a lunch following the ceremony at the VFW Post 8203, 4860 Trott Circle. For more information, call 941426-6865.Schools€ Thursday, 5 p.m.: After a weekly drill, Imagine School at North Port Young Marines will celebrate the 241st birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps. The parents of Young Marine students are providing a special cake. Master Gunnery Sgt. Russ Barber, a retired U.S. Marine, will serve as master of ceremonies. 2757 Sycamore St., North Port. Veterans Day, Friday: € 8:30.-9:45 a.m.: Pine View Schools Elementary Student Council will host a Veterans Day commemoration. The event will start with a breakfast, followed by a parade and ceremony in the gym. € 8:30-9:30 a.m.: Imagine School at North Port will celebrate Veterans Day by encouraging students to invite a veteran or active member of the military to a breakfast provided by the school. 1000 Innovation Ave., North Port. € 8:45 a.m.: Secondgrade students at Taylor Ranch Elementary will perform patriotic songs. 2500 Taylor Ranch Trail, Venice. € 8:45 a.m.: Toledo Blade Elementary School will host a schoolwide Veterans Day celebration. Retired veterans will talk. 1201 Geranium Ave., North Port. € 9-11 a.m.: SKY Academy Venice students will honor all who have served the country. Students will meet and greet veterans from the military. 705 Center Road, Venice. € 9:15-10:15 a.m.: Glenallen Elementary will host a Veterans Day celebration. Light refreshments will be served, followed by the performance beginning at 9:30 a.m. 7050 Glenallen Blvd., North Port. € 9:15-10:30 a.m.; 1:30 p.m.: The Woodland Middle School Wind Ensemble will perform at Lamarque Elementary throughout the day. Songs begin at 1:30 p.m. 2700 Panacea Blvd., North Port. € 9:30-10:30 a.m.: A ceremony is at the Lamarque Elementary physical education area. Invited guests include Lamarque family veterans and active-duty personnel. All community members are welcome to attend. 3415 Lamarque Ave., North Port. € 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.: Woodland Middle School Social Studies Department is sponsoring a Veterans Day Freedom Walk & Care Package Drive to bene“t troops overseas. Students will walk a mile in support of veterans and collect donated items to be sent in care packages. 2700 Panacea Blvd., North Port. € 10:45 a.m.: The Young Marines of Imagine School at North Port will travel to the Living Waters Lutheran Church in Port Charlotte. They will visit with World War II veterans and others. The church is at 12475 Chancellor Blvd., Port Charlotte. € 11 a.m.: The Imagine School at North Port Young Marines will provide color guard/”ag raising for Veterans Day program at North Port Public Library. 13800 S. Tamiami Trail, North Port.PORT CHARLOTTE/ PUNTA GORDA Marine Corp birthday event1st Marine Corp Division Association of SW Florida will host a Marine Corps Birthdays First Mess at 9 a.m. today at the American Legion Hall 3152 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. All Marines and guests are welcome. For more information, call 617-365-4798.Veterans Day ceremony plannedThe Military Heritage Museum and the Charlotte County Veterans Council will be presenting a Veterans Day ceremony at 11 a.m. on Friday in Laishley Park, 100 Nesbit St., Punta Gorda. The keynote speaker is 5-1/2 year Vietnam prisoner of war Capt. Wayne O. Smith, and his topic will be The Taste of Freedom.Ž The US Paratroopers Honor Guard will be presenting the colors, and the Suncoast Statesmen will perform a selection of songs. This event is free and open to the public. Please take your own chair. For more information, call 941-575-9002.Annual tradition to continueThe Burnt Store Grille, 3941 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda, continues its annual tradition of feeding all veterans and active duty military, with military identi“cation, free from opening at 7 a.m. until close at 9 p.m. on Friday. Purchase of a beverage (coffee, tea, soft drink, etc.) is required. The Port Charlotte JROTC will post colors at 2 p.m.; Sharon Ponte will sing the national anthem; Paul Cottrell will entertain the crowd following the national anthem; The Gotta Luv It Band will take the stage at 3:30 p.m. until about 5:30 p.m.Veterans Day concertThe Best of Legends in Time starring Frankie and Donna will hold a Veterans Day concert at 7 p.m. on Friday at the Cultural Arts Center, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte. Tickets are $17 per person. Veterans who present a military ID card, in advance or at the door, will be seated at no charge. All seats are reserved, so if a vet is with another patron, the seats must be purchased together. Tickets can be purchased online at www. theculturalcenter.com or at the Cultural Center box of“ce For more information, call 941-625-4175 ext. 221. adno=712567 TAYLOR FUNERAL and Cremation Services L a r r y www.LTaylorFuneral.com € Now Available to you 24 hrs A Day At Your Convenience Old Fashioned Service at a Price You Can Afford A sk Larry: Im a veteran, but can we still use a National Cemetery if my wife dies first? Yes, you can, and the cost is still free for the cemetery lot, marker, vault, and opening/ closing. We believe in giving straight answers to your questions. Nobody likes unexpected surprises. 1515 Tamiami Trl, Punta Gorda, FL 33950 (941) 833-0600 2002-2016

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Our Town Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSAfter the dedication of the New Southwest Florida Vietnam Memorial Wall, Vet Fest 2016 was held Saturday at Laishley Park. The all-day family celebration had music, games for the young ones, various food and merchandise vendors and more.Community celebrates Vet FestBy SUE PAQUINPHOTOJOURNALIST SUN PHOTOS BY SUE PAQUINRadio personalities Chuck Britton and Je Collins, aka The Golden Hippo. David Tomchinsky and Jackie Mays. John Schwamborn, Carl Smith and Je Prott. Nancy and David Miller. Bryan Miller, Heather Radil and John Kalena. Anna Murray, 8. Eileen Schatz, Debbie and Phillip Gehringer. Vietnam veterans Ron Theisen, Army, and Steve Symonds, Navy. Rhonda Richey, Stephanie Matthews and Marshie Marsh. Naomi Mann, 2, and her great-aunt Becki Carnahan. Legends Famous FacesVegas Style Tribute Show featuringThe Funk Monster Orchestra and bay area horns Aretha Franklin James Brown The Temptations For Tickets and Information visit:www.Sunevents.com€ The Drifters € Etta James € Four Tops € Aretha Franklin € Stevie Wonder € Isley Brothers € Chubbie Checker € Sam Cook € Earth Wind Fire € Tina Turner € SantanaAND MANY MORE!Two Show DatesFriday, December 9, 2016 € 7:00 pm Saturday, December 10, 2016 € 7:00 pmIntroducingHigh energyaction packed The Cultural Center of Charlotte County2280 Aaron Street € Port Charlotte, FL 33952$1800ALL SEATS RESERVED Tickets starting at: adno=710818

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 7 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSPORT CHARLOTTE „ Frank Lombardo and his wife, Tricia, are very patriotic. Its easy to spot their business, Toledo Blade Barbers, located on 17218 Toledo Blade Blvd., Port Charlotte „ the storefront is decorated with red, white and blue decorations. On Veterans Day this Friday, Toledo Blade Barbers will give free haircuts to veterans showing proper ID, i.e. VA Card, DD-214, etc. Lombardo said he has always been patriotic, but the feeling has grown since the 9/11 attack. Immediately following the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York City by Muslim extremists, Lombardo was at ground zero. The Queens, New York, native worked for the New York Department of Transportation and wanted to locate friends who had perished in the attack. At first, the police would not let him in, saying they had enough volunteers „ but Lombardo persisted „ telling them to arrest him if he did not gain entry. The authorities, witnessing his determination, finally agreed. One of the firefighters who died, Timothy Wealty, was my best friend for 30 years,Ž Lombardo said. He and his wife just had their second child.Ž Lombardo said there was a fire station about a half-mile from where he worked. When the planes hit the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, 2001, they were in the middle of a shift change so all 18 firefighters raced to the scene. All 18 died that day. For the next four months, Lombardo said he spent five to eight hours per day at ground zero looking for remains. It was a war zone,Ž he said. Once, I found a shoe with a toe in it. The media didnt show you the whole picture.Ž Since that time, Lombardo said he supports law enforcement, firefighters, first responders and veterans. Our customers are our family,Ž he said. We are advertising on 1070 AM Sports Radio about the free haircuts. They called me to be a sponsor to send care packages to our troops overseas. Its all about the vets.Ž Tricia Lombardo, who owns the barber shop, said they also support the North Port football and soccer leagues, Toys for Tots, etc. We have a very relaxing atmosphere,Ž she said. We have coffee and cakes for our customers. Sometimes, people just come in to talk to us.Ž I did not serve in the military and I regret not doing that,Ž Lombardo said. But, I give back to those that put their lives on the line for us.Ž For more information, call 941-624-0584.Barber shop to give free haircuts to veterans on Veterans DayBy AL HEMINGWAYSUN CORRESPONDENT SUN PHOTO BY AL HEMINGWAYTricia and Frank Lombardo, of Toledo Blade Barbers, will give free haircuts to veterans on Veterans Day. NORTH PORT „ For Veterans Day, Americas current and former military personnel wont have to eat MREs or slurp down ugly cups of joe. An annual tradition of sorts, many eateries are offering meals and other freebies to vets on Friday. In some instances, identification showing the persons status as a veteran is required; a drivers license with the identifier, a dog tag or a small copy of the persons DD-214 usually suffice. Among the Veterans Day offers: € Applebees „ A choice of seven different meals on the house (beverages and gratuity not included). € Chilis „ Free meals from a special menu. € Cracker Barrel „ Veterans receive a complimentary double chocolate fudge CocaCola cake dessert and an opportunity for guests to make purchases that support the United Service Organizations. € Starbucks „ Veterans and active military and their spouses each get a free tall coffee. € TGI Fridays „ Free lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. € Red Lobster „ Veterans, active duty members and reservists can get a free appetizer or dessert from a select Veterans Day menu. € Hooters „ All active-duty and former military to stop in for a free meal from the Hooters Veterans Day Menu. € IHOP „ Veterans and active-duty military: Red, White & Blue Pancakes free from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. € Olive Garden „ will offer a free entree from a special menu to active-duty military and military veterans.Veterans have extra benefits FridaySTAFF REPORT adno=710799 Roy Orbison Ricky Nelson Tanya Tucker Chuck Berry Roy Hamilton Buddy Holly Billy Joel Sam Cooke Carl Perkins Del Shannon Johnny Rivers Ben E. King The Everly Brothers The Coasters The Beach Boys ElvisFriday,December 23, 2016Cultural Center of Charlotte County2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte, FL 33952 • (941) 625-4175 ext 221 All Seats ReservedShow Starts At 7pm$18Tickets starting:Purchase Tickets and CHECK THEM OUT www.SunEvents.com adno=710820 adno=710796

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Our Town Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 FROM PAGE ONEbattle with some of my closest friends who are never Trumpers. I kept my emotions in check.Ž Christine Pontorieo, who manages the GOP office in Port Charlotte, said she cried for three days. After the FBI found nothing in the batch of Hillarys new emails, I was very depressed Saturday,Ž Pontoriero said. I felt like what she was doing with this country would make her the last president. Shes a globalist. I cried. Then later I cried for joy, for soulfulness, and because he won.Ž Pontoriero saw a turnaround Monday while at her third Trump rally. When Trump came out on stage in Sarasota at Robarts Arena, I believe he was humbled that so many people were there the day before the election,Ž she said. There were at least 5,400 people in the stands and 2,000 in the jammed floor area. It was the same in Fort Myers and in Tampa.Ž Pontoriero said the vibe inside the local office is electrifying, adding its become a sanctuary for Trump supporters volunteering to wave signs and make phone calls. This man (Trump) is living his dream and hes taking us with him,Ž she said. We have had plenty of well-educated people here come to support Trump. The media is so ignorant sometimes.Ž Pontoriero believes Americans will see the real side of Trump. While she doesnt condone Trumps offensive language and rude comments, she says Hilary Clinton shouldnt have incorporated them in TV and radio commercials and in the mail „ all accessible to children. If they were that bad, why air them so often?Ž she said. Hes (Trump) not the first one and not the last one to use this kind of language. Im not dismissing it, but he didnt murder anyone. He doesnt have a slush fund. He didnt go to Haiti and turn around and never help these people.Ž Pontoriero is ready for big changes with government getting out of the way. She believes Trump will redo roads and bridges and bring real shovel-ready jobs. People dont need a hand out, they need a hand up,Ž she said. I think Trump is going to be a culture shock making changes across the board. This election was one hell of a wake-up call.Ž As a delegate at the GOP convention in Cleveland, local REC chair Bill Folchi said he also saw the real Trump in action. I was thinking about how Charlotte County is trying to grow up,Ž he said. It is predominantly a residential county. Im happy Trump is going to favor and support new businesses. Charlotte County is a good place for business. Its got to be the right fit for our community.Ž Folchi said the past administration injured the education system tremendously. Students are earning degrees in fields that arent employable and still have tremendous college debt. Folchi said Trump understands the problem. I dont think Trump is going to be bad for children growing up under his presidency,Ž Folchi said. I also dont think hes going to deport childrens parents and their nice old grandparents. We need aliens here. We dont have enough people being born to sustain the economy. There are labor factions who have artificially increased the wages of Americans by preventing foreigners from work. The federal government encourages it.Ž Linda McGreevey, whos also running for the Charlotte County Republican Executive Committee chair, said shes pumped and wants to keep this momentum going. We are the sleeping giant,Ž she said. We have to break the poverty of spirit. The government cannot solve our problems. We have an obligation as well as an opportunity. I believe Donald Trump will lay that foundation.ŽEmail: eallen@sun-herald.com TRUMPFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOPresident-elect Donald Trump, left, arrives to speak at an election night rally, Wednesday in New York. From left are Trump, hi s son Barron, wife Melania, son-in-law Jared Kushner, and daughter Ivanka. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSThe Floridians to meetThe Floridians will hold its next meeting on Tuesday at St. James Episcopal Church, 1365 Viscaya Drive, Port Charlotte. Coffee, refreshments and socializing will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a business meeting at 10 a.m. The guest speaker will be Mr. Gary Moerke, current president of St. Vincent de Paul Sacred Heart Conference. Visitors are always welcome. For more information, call 941-764-7746. Networking eventBusey Bank hosts a free event for businesses today at 7:30 a.m. at its North Port Branch, 14803 Tamiami Trail. Following time for networking, Matthew Dill, of Stellar Web Productions, will speak about Using Social Media to Promote Your Website.Ž He will take questions after the presentation. Innovative Mornings are organized by Busey Bank and Port Charlotte SCORE. Walk-ins are welcome.Club Crafters plan bazaarRotonda West Womans Club Crafters are hard at work finishing up the last projects before the Giant Holiday Bazaar. The one-day Bazaar will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Community Center at Tringali Park, 3460 N. Access Road, Englewood (next to the library). Meet Robin Jenkins , DVM of Peace River Wildlife Center. See some birds and learn about this needed organization. REGISTRATION Open only to non-modified cars, trucks and motorcycles at least 24 years old. There is no registration fee, but owners must pre-register. Limit 100 vehicles. 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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 9 Look for a third crossword in the Sun Classified section. FROM PAGE ONEMore importantly, I hope our newly elected leader will find a way to effectively govern this great land. If we hope to keep this noble experiment known as the USA alive, we must remain focused on the things that unite us. Yes, we are different in important ways but at the end of the day we are one country, € € € I hope to get a chance to meet you this Saturday at the Sun s Collector Car Show. The show and open house will be at our 23170 Harborview Road location from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Come join us for live music, tours and to view some amazing collectible cars. Rob Lee is publisher of the Sun Newspapers. You can contact him at rlee@sun-herald.com.ROBERTFROM PAGE 1 That may be a very real possibility now. Donald Trumps victory over rival Hillary Clinton in the presidential race may bring big changes as Trump has promised to repeal the ACA, commonly called Obamacare. That, along with Republicans retaining control of both the House and Senate, could spell doom for ACA, which is the combination of two pieces of legislation passed in 2010 that expanded Medicaid coverage to millions of low-income Americans as well as enhanced the Childrens Health Insurance Program. Gonzalez says he isnt sure what the future holds for ACA, adding it will either be repealed or radically changed. At this point, as the national political landscape drastically shifts, pundits and politicians alike can only speculate what will happen next. Gonzalez says it may be a couple of things: Exchanges, or online marketplaces for health insurance, may go away; fewer restrictions may be placed on how states use block grant funding; and there may be fewer restrictions on or the removal of Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), which established ways to pay physicians for treating Medicare patients. For years, critics of ACA have said its broken and needs to be “xed. And while Gonzalez „ who has a law degree from Stetson University College of Law and received his orthopedic surgeon training at University of Florida University Medical Center in Jacksonville „ agrees the current model needs to be repaired, he says “xing it is complicated. For starters, Gonzalez said encouraging more interstate competition between insurers would promote free trade and, most likely, lower premiums. A health savings account with the option of passing funds on to bene“ciaries, as well as a shift in more people owning their own insurance policies without employer assistance, reducing costs as fewer individuals are attached to plans, may also be options, Gonzalez said. ACA is not working, so lets do something different,Ž he said. The competition lowers cost and allows for greater diversity.Ž But as health rates soar nationally, the uninsured scramble to “nd affordable options. And some options exist as select private physicians of“ces offer club memberships,Ž which essentially is insurance without hospitalization. We see that as a market disrupter,Ž Gonzalez said of club memberships as de“ned in Floridas Direct Primary Care Bill, which has been on the Senates docket for over a year. It could lower costs,Ž he added. It may be a great approach and the right alternative for some, but it doesnt cover hospitalization. So people compliment that with catastrophic insurance.Ž While ACA may need a tuneup, Gonzalez didnt point the “nger at President Barack Obama or his administration. To the chagrin of some, the framework for ACA dates two decades before the Obama administration, stemming from a proposal generated by conservative think tank the Heritage Foundation that said every household should have adequate health care. This wasnt just about Obama,Ž Gonzalez said. When more ranking conservatives had the ability to address (ACA), they didnt. So when people say this is Obamas fault, thats just not correct. We learned a number of lessons from the ACA, and this should give Congress the tools to make things better.Ž Asked if Trump, a real estate magnate and TV celebrity turned overnight politician, might be able to fix ACA, Gonzalez paused for a moment, saying, I hope so.Ž The executive branch can only provide leadership,Ž he said. This is all about what our congressional leadership can do. But without leadership, we cant solve any problems. For Trump, he has to demand Congress take action and then hold them accountable,Ž Gonzalez added. And Congress has the ability and support to come up with the solution.Ž Email: jscholles@sun-herald.com SUPPORTFROM PAGE 1 about the dispensary, robberies, negative impacts on nearby businesses, nuisance problems, and increased DUI incidents. Cutright said she was disappointed in the moratorium but not surprised. The county doesnt need a wheelchair to get around,Ž she said. She believes the countys hesitance is a result of the stigma surrounding marijuana. She said some people dont think medicine should make sick people feel good. They think it should be something painful, like a shot. I think its a positive outcome,Ž she said. A negative outcome is something that causes internal bleeding like some of my drugs do cause.Ž Cutright has an uncle who broke his back when he was 20 and could benefit from marijuana use, but he doesnt live in a state where its legal. Even in Florida, his condition doesnt fall under the prescribed illnesses. He wont use cannabis because its illegal, even though it could do a world of good for him,Ž she said. Lots of people could benefit, but the stigma is so strong that people wont try it.Ž County officials say the moratorium is simply to pause until they know what sort of rules will be issued by the Department of Health. The county wants to avoid having regulations more or less stringent than neighboring counties, so people arent coming into or leaving the county because of its policies. In Punta Gorda, City Council will discuss its options at the upcoming meeting on Nov. 16, with two new members. At the last meeting, City Attorney David Levin said the citys options ranged from adopting very extensive regulations, to following the countys lead with a moratorium, or treating medical marijuana dispensaries similar to liquor stores or bars, offering Vero Beach as a community with very simple zoning regulations to address potential concerns. You dont want them by schools or city parks, or too close together,Ž Levin said. At a previous meeting, Council Member Gary Wein said he hopes when the time comes, the city adopts reasonable regulations that make medical marijuana available for those who need it. I am a 13-year survivor,Ž Wein said. I could tell you that it helps with keeping your appetite up, and I would want to see it available to anybody in those type of circumstances „ for it to be available in a safe and dignified way.Ž Prior to the amendment, Florida law allowed non-smoked, low-THC marijuana for patients with cancer or ailments that cause chronic seizures or severe spasms. The new amendment formally legalizes medical marijuana and allows prescriptions for 10 illnesses: cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, AIDS, post-traumatic stress disorder, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Crohns disease, Par kinsons, multiple sclerosis or any condition deemed debilitating by a doctor. The Department of Health will regulate how medical marijuana can be distributed and will mandate identi“cation cards for caregivers and patients. The amendment goes into effect Jan. 3.Email: aeasker@sun-herald.com MARIJUANAFROM PAGE 1 Memorials in the Sun Honor your passed loved ones anytime with a personalized memorial tribute. Call (941) 206-1028 for rates.

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Our Town Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as for grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, but must be provided. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse, and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Sun , Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980, or fax to 941-629-2085. Readers may email Letters to the Editor at letters@sun-herald.com. HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE EDITOREmail letters to letters@sun-herald.comPublisher „ Robert E. Lee Executive editor „ Jim Gouvellis Editorial page editor „ Stephen Baumann Editor „ John Hackworth V IEWPOINTWon election, lost the worldEditor: Congratulations, Trump voters and Republicans. You won the election, but I think you lost America and the world.John Vacha Port CharlotteThanks to God for deplorables Take ownership of ISIS, WallEditor: Thank you, God, for the deplorablesŽ of the U.S. Remember, if you prayed before the election please remember to pray again to thank our God 10 times more, for remember, he was so grateful to the one man with leprosy who came back and gave him thanks. May we be that man always. God bless you all. And let us now pray also for our new president that he lives up to what he promised. To name the most important: save our babies and keep the Little Sisters of the Poor open and for our precious religious freedoms. God bless America! Lucy Allen Port CharlotteEditor: I feel a sense of joy after the election of Trump. Why? Because now my Republican neighbors and friends will never again be able to scream conspiracies. Plus, the anti-government movement has mutated into the government. They became their enemy. It makes me LOL. You, Republicans, own getting rid of ISIS, own building a wall and own grabbing kitties.Ž Best of all, you are responsible for any problems that exist from now until 2020. Good luck, suckers! You worked so hard to become the Party of Trump. Congrats.Patricia Flynn Punta GordaAll is possible with GodEditor: This once-blessed nation has taken a turn. We hear it said so many times, God bless America!Ž But, should we? Because we dont seem to be making an effort to attain blessings from the Lord. Reason to support a free pressEditor: Many Americans appear to be very angry with The MediaŽ and forget that they have a wide choice of media sources. I am a very strong supporter for a free press, which goes back to World War II when as a small child I saw a neighbor come to the house and she produced a small paper from her undergarment. This was Second-place nisher winsEditor: In any other country on earth if one person received the majority of the votes of the citizens and the loser of that vote was given the presidency it would be a gigantic scandal. We should all remember that Donald Trump came in second in the votes of the people. The biggest con ever has been successful. The corporations are celebrating, the 1 percent are celebrating, along with the KKK, the Nazis, the climate-change deniers and the birthers. Now to complete the job of dismantling the constitution of the people, by the people, and for the people and sell off the country to the highest corporate bidder. The most corrupt, racist, misogynistic, unqualified, morally and ethically bankrupt president ever, and his friends, will cash in, and the vast majority of the American people will eventually pay the painful price. And he came in second.Linda Massey North PortFew surprises in local electionBeyond the ultimate results at the very top of the ticket, there were few surprises in Tuesdays General Election results in Charlotte and Sarasota counties. Donald J. Trumps national numbers may have stunned the poll-driven pundits, both Democrat and Republican, but it was no surprise Trump prevailed in our region „ demographically older, white and conservative. Trump won a whopping 62 percent of the vote in Charlotte County. Turnout was extremely high „ 76.5 percent, with 98,125 voters participating. It should no longer come as a surprise that 76 percent of those who cast ballots voted early in some form. Some 39,633 voted at central early voting sites, and another 35,118 sent in ballots by mail. The many polling places on Election Day were relatively empty: only 23,477 people cast ballots the traditional way. This tells us something about the desire of the public for convenience in voting and, perhaps, voters eagerness to weigh in as early as possible. How many voters were hanging on to the last minute to make a decision? Not many. If politicians hadnt noted the phenomenon before „ and they should have „ they certainly will need to gear future campaigns to the fact of user-friendly early voting. While still winning in Sarasota County, Trumps percentage was lower than in Charlotte. Nearly 54 percent voted for the Republican presidential candidate, compared to 42 for the Democrat. That roughly re”ects the Republican/Democrat breakdown in Sarasota County. Turnout also was a high 77 percent. As for the local races: € Incumbent U.S. House District 17 Rep. Tom Rooney easily won re-election over a low-pro“le Democrat from Cape Coral and a feisty independent from Punta Gorda. The victory came despite Rooneys late-game dis-endorsement of Trump. The price was re”ected in the vote: Rooneys total in Charlotte County trailed Trumps by 2,774 votes (and Republican Sen. Marco Rubio by 2,754). € Sheriff Bill Prummell easily won re-election despite a tough primary “ght among Republicans and hard-hitting General Election campaigning from an independent and a Republican. Prummell won 60 percent of the vote. € As expected, the young, conservative Rep. Greg Steube easily won election to the Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Nancy Detert, who will be sworn in as Sarasota County commissioner in two weeks. Steube won 64 percent of the vote in Charlotte County, 58 percent in Sarasota County. € For open County Commission seats, “rsttime Republican candidates beat Democrats in Charlotte and Sarasota counties. Joe Tiseo won the Charlotte County seat being vacated by Trish Duffy by a wide margin. Mike Moran will take the seat vacated by Carolyn Mason in Sarasota. € Surprisingly, the request for a modest assessment hike for homeowners in the Englewood Fire Control District (along with a decrease in commercial and church assessments) failed. The lopsided vote was unexpected. A total of 13,406 voted no,Ž while 11,457 supported it. The percentage breakdown was 54-46 in both Charlotte and Sarasota sides of the district. € Lynne Matthews held a slim margin over Bob Peterson in the primary contest for Punta Gordas City Council District 4 seat. The runoff, which featured a “erce letter-writing campaign in this newspaper, centered on Matthews steadfast opposition to the controversial Aqui Esta development and Petersons perceived equivocation. Matthews won going away, by a 55-45 margin. € It was no surprise that former City Commissioner Vanessa Carusone and newcomer Debbie McDowell won in North Port. Following historical norms, the person who ended up at the top of the nonpartisan race in the Primary continues through the General Election. That wasnt the case, though, for Commissioner and Mayor Jacqueline Moore, who was switching her district mid-term. Despite coming out on top in a four-person primary, Moore lost 52-48 percent to newcomer Christopher Hanks in the runoff „ a rare phenomenon. Hanks campaign concentrated on social media. More important for the mayor, though, may have been the disabling burden of incumbency. Two other sitting commissioners were defeated in March, so they were zero for three. And of the six incumbents seeking re-election in the past four years, only one „ Linda Yates „ has retained her seat. The power of incumbency indeed. At the same time, North Port voters also passed, by a 67-33 percent margin, a charter amendment limiting commissioners to two terms. Illogical, perhaps, but not unexpected. Abraham Lincoln once stated, America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.Ž Ronald Reagan proclaimed, We are never defeated unless we give up on God.Ž We say, Nothing is impossible with God,Ž but do we mean it? Do we really, truly believe it? Or is it just words? With God, all things are possible. So, lets stand up for what we believe. Lets not give up on our country so easily. Sure, it might not be Gods will to save our country but what would be lost in praying fervently for it? It is time that we take our prayers seriously and fully trust that God can do something miraculous. Most of you have already made your decision and it is not supposed to have been witnessed by a child for fear that the Germans would find out that an illegal paper was passed through the neighborhood. Punishment would have been severe for many neighbors. Since I arrived in this great country and became a citizen I have participated in every election, starting with the Goldwater/Johnson race. At that time I was a young precinct captain in Queens. I supported a candidate for Congress and just before the election the local paper published a story of the candidates professional behavior as a lawyer which caused his defeat. I was very upset over this careless action of our candidate. One of our club leaders took me aside and told me not to feel that way and if the candidate would have been a successful lawyer he would not have been a candidate for office which only paid X number of dollars. The media saved our district from a dishonest politician and future embarrassment. There is good media and bad media, just like good food and bad food, so I recommend to be cautious with what you watch and read just like you should watch what you eat and drink. Please continue to support a free press.Hans Grasman Punta Gordaexactly that, your decision. But I encourage you not to clock out. If anything, we should be more prayerfully engaged now more than ever. We must not forget or belittle the fact that nothing is impossible with God. God is still in control and all things are possible with him.Katelynn Sheppard Port Charlotte

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 11 VIEWPOINTAs the election results trickled in, bit by wrenching bit, on Tuesday, I remembered a cold November morning when I was a little girl. My sisters and I were too young for school, and our mother, needing to vote, had bundled us up and taken us to the polling place with her. She was serious about civic duty, as people were then, with their memories still full of World War II and all that had caused it. She hadnt been able to afford college, but she had graduated second in her class in high school, and she seemed to us to become a different person, her head high as she crossed the room toward the poll workers. That was the memory. Nothing dramatic. Just that thought, as the nation came close, for the first time in history, to being led by someone who was not only thoughtful and serious, but a woman, a mother. That thought of my own mother in her winter coat and gloves in that room full of bunting. Standing in line. Waiting her turn. It has been a long wait. Set aside this years grotesque discourse, the contempt, the political hatred, the violence, the misogyny. It sounds impossible „ unforgettable and unforgivable „ I know. But that ugliness and noise have come amid, maybe even partly because of, advances by women, progress so quiet and long and slow that at times it has seemed a kind of sidebar. My millennial daughters didnt choke up this summer, as I did, when Hillary Clinton became the first woman to be nominated for the presidency by a major party. Their post-Title IX pleasure at the prospect of her election had less to do with her gender than her agenda. That is as it should be. Others, too, including many who voted for her, took her groundbreaking for granted, seeing her as a liberal figurehead or the lesser of two evils. I have been a registered Republican all my life, but my God, nobody can vote for Donald Trump,Ž a 101-year-old voter named Nancy Moser told me Tuesday as she headed to a church to cast her vote for Clinton. Never mind that Moser herself is older than the 19th Amendment, which officially gave women the vote nationally in 1920. Her vote had less to do with a woman on the ticket than what he has done to the Republican Party.Ž I do think shes smart, though,Ž Moser added. Which is useful in a president.Ž As Tuesdays election unfurled, it revealed that a lot of Americans chose a frightening and possibly sick man over a woman they fear is so smart that she looks down her nose at them. We are not the nation we imagined. We are not, at least for the moment, the people we thought we knew. But those who respect history also know that its incremental. Real change rarely presents as some exciting, climactic third act. More often, its inch by inch, step by step, now forward, now back, like a long line moving toward something. I remember the line I stood in to vote for the first time. It was in the 1970s, in the midst of the ultimately failed push to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. The bulletin boards outside my campus polling place were filled with fliers for feminist poetry readings and Take Back the NightŽ marches. They made me nervous. I wasnt a rabble-rouser. Put others first, my mother had taught me; mind your own business, do your work, marry well and remember your duty. I am my mothers daughter, and I followed her instructions. But that didnt keep us both, over time, from finding our voices. I wish she had been alive to vote with me on Tuesday. I think of a conversation we had at the end of her life when she knew, and I didnt know, she was dying. Live now,Ž she told me. Dont take anything for granted. Dont believe them when they tell you that if you just stand there politely that theyll ever really let it be your turn.Ž Shawn Hubler is a columnist for the Sacramento Bee. Readers may email her at shublersacbee.com.We are not the nation we imagined Sacramento BeeShawn Hubler Baker Melissa Alt showed up unbidden at Trump Tower on Election Day with a 40-pound cake in the form of a Donald Trump bust, and Trump aides liked the likeness enough to display it in the ballroom at Trumps election-night party. But there was something wrong with the chocolate confection. Alt was aiming to reproduce Trumps pout, but she wound up making him look startled and sad. After Tuesday night, thats the exact expression worn by tens of millions of Americans and countless more across the globe. Just before 3 a.m., the unthinkable had become official. In the ballroom of New Yorks Hilton hotel, the Fox News screens in the room carried the surreal banner: Donald Trump Wins Presidency.Ž The theme from Air Force OneŽ played. From a balcony above the ballroom, Trump appeared, in the fashion of British royalty or a certain Italian leader. He descended to the stage with family and aides, and the president-elect exulted. Its been what they call a historic event,Ž he said. It shocked journalists. It shocked markets, which tumbled. It apparently surprised Trump himself. A petulant Trump on election eve told a crowd a loss would make this campaign the single greatest waste of time.Ž If only it had just been a waste of time. If only Trumps candidacy hadnt ripped the country apart by race, gender, religion and ethnicity. If only it hadnt turned the proud Republican Party into a xenophobic amalgamation of angry, older white men. If only it hadnt left the country bitter and all but ungovernable. Seventeen months ago, Trump descended the elevator at Trump Tower, blocks from his victory party at the Hilton. He began with rapists and criminals, and closed with bad hombresŽ and a nasty woman.Ž In between, there was: his proposed ban on Muslims; violence at his rallies; groping allegations; Miss Piggy; his making scapegoats of minorities; vows to put his opponent in jail; encouragement of Russias hacking; and a threat not to honor the election results. Finally, there was FBI Director James B. Comeys October surprise, reopening his investigation of Clinton and then closing it nine days later „ an intervention that, exit polls suggest, may have tipped the balance. Whatever the cause, at about 9 p.m. Tuesday evening, the world changed. The early returns had looked grim, even on Fox News, playing on all TVs at Trumps party. But when Fox News began reporting a tight race in Florida, guests from the nearby VIP receptions filled the ballroom. The billionaire candidate offered his supporters a cash bar for the evening, and his anti-elitist followers shelled out $13 for cocktails, $13 for glasses of wine and $11 for beer. The booze flowed. Scores of empty bottles of Jack Daniels and Stolichnaya and beer were carted out, and hundreds of new glasses carted in. More empty liquor bottles were removed, and more cases of wine wheeled in. One Trump aide turned to another with a smile and said, We may be going to Washington.Ž Rudy Giuliani and other surrogates filed in, and Sarah Palin paused to taunt a reporter about the results. As the Trump wins dribbled in „ Ohio, then North Carolina and Florida „ the ballroom audience began to sound like a football crowd: chants of USA!,Ž Build a wallŽ and Drain the swamp,Ž fists pumping in the air, and plastic cocktail cups (the hotel had run out of glasses) held high. After Wisconsin and Iowa fell to Trump, almost all on the floor were in red Trump hats, lustily booing Juan Williams when Fox Newss liberal commentator, an African-American, protested Trumps false statements about black people. When Clinton campaign chief John Podesta appeared from Clinton headquarters on the Fox News screens in the room to say Clinton wasnt yet conceding, Trumps supporters punched fists in the air and raised middle fingers at the screens. More cases of beer were wheeled in. Next to the bar, the Trump cake still looked worried. Maybe the human Trump should worry, too. He stirred up racial and religious hatred and stoked gender and class resentments, validated conspiracy theorists and the racist alt-right, employed a vast oeuvre of untruths and promised followers an unachievable agenda. How does he govern now? When the race was finally called for Trump, he gave an uncharacteristically magnanimous speech, saying we owe Clinton a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country,Ž promising to be the president for all Americans,Ž and appealing for common ground, not hostility; partnership, not conflict.Ž Congratulations, Mr. President-elect. Lets hope for the sake of the country that you mean it. Dana Milbank is a columnist for the Washington Post. A stunning cake and a stunned nation Dana Milbank Board Certified Eye Surgeon and Cataract Specialist No Hidden Charges: It is our policy that the patient and or any other person responsible for payment or be reimburse by payment or any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of reimburse within 72 hours of responding to the advertise ment for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. 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Our Town Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com 3000 NOTICES 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME 11/10/2016 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Blast from the Past Treasure located at James St , in the County of Charlotte , in the City of Port Charlotte , Florida 33980 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Charlotte Harbor , Florida, this 8 day of November , 2016 . / s/ Jefferson Young Publish: November 10, 2016 110833 3380570 N ot i ce U n d er Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Healing Vibe located at Caddy Road , in the County of Charlotte , in the City of Rotonda West , Florida 33947 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Rotonda West , Florida, this 8 day of November , 2016 . / s/ Lynn Means Publish: November 10, 2016 110833 3380651 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 3114 INVITATION TO BID INVITATION TO BID The DeSoto County Board of County Commissioners are seeking Formal Bids for the Lettuce Lake Park Parking Area Paving Project as described within the context of this bid. No Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on this Project. Bids are to be submitted no later than 2:00 p.m. on December 2, 2016, at the DeSoto County Purchasing Department. For more information concerning this Bid please e-mail c.talamantez@desoto bocc.com or call 863-9934816. Cindy Talamantez, CPPB, CPPO, Purchasing Director. Published 11/10/16 101305 3378360 3119 NOTICE OF AUCTION O n 11/22/2016 at 10 : 00 AM an auction will take place at 2021 T amiami Trail Punta Gorda, FL 33950. The vehicles which will be auctioned include: 1HGBA7422GA048079 1986 HOND 3C4FY48B62T238909 2002 CHRY 4T1BF28B11U143523 2001 TOYT Publish: November 10, 2016 380480 3380562 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 14001588CA U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA TION, AS TRUSTEE, SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE AS SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO LASALLE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR EMC MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2005-A, MORTGAGE L OAN PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES 2005-A, Plaintiff, -vsDEAN PARRIS; et al., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure dated the 19th day of October , 2016 , entered in the above captioned action, Case No. Case No. 14001588CA, I will sell the property to the highest and best bidder for cash, except as set forth hereinafter, on December 19 , 2016 , at 11:00 o'clock A.M. at www.charlotte.re alforeclose.com in accordance with Chapter 45 Florida Statutes, the following described property as set forth in said final judgment, to-wit: Lot 31, Block 1630, Port Charlotte Subdivision, Section 12, according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 5, Pages 1A thru 1D, Inclusive, in the Public Records of Charlotte County, Florida. A NY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPE RTY OWNER AS O F THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. DATED this October 27, 2016 . BARBARA T. SCOTT Clerk, Circuit Court By: S. Martella Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs an accommodation in order to access court facilities or participate in a court proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, hiifii 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE to t h e prov i s i on o f certa i n ass i stance. To request such an accommodation, please contact the office of Bob Pryor, Risk Manager at 941-743-1332 or TTY # 941743-1234, as soon a s possible but no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event. Publish: November 3 & 10, 2016 343108 3377342 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 20th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. 15-002065CA Deutsche Bank National Trust Company as Indenture Trustee for MortgagelT Trust 2005-2, Plaintiff vs. SOPHORN SENG AND RONALD J . LAPINSKY,JR. and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.; TENANT I/UNKNOWN TENANT; TENA NT II/UNKNOWN TENANT; TENANT III/UNKNOWN TENA NT and TENANT IV/UNKNOWN TENANT , in possession of the subject real property, Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Order Rescheduling sale filed October 18, 2016 entered in Civil Case No. 15-002065CA of the Circuit Court of the Twentieth Judicial Cir cuit in and for Charlotte, County, Punta Gorda, Florida, the Clerk of Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.charlotte.realforeclose.com in accordance with Chapter 45 Florida Statutes at 11:00 A.M. on the 18th day of January , 2017 on the following described property as set forth in said Summary F inal Judgment: LOT 3, BLOCK 440, PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION, SECTION 23, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 14A THRU 14E, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA . ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM TH E SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS M UST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 D AYS AFTER THE SALE Dated: October 26, 2016 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT As Clerk of the Court By: S. Martella Deputy Clerk Publish: November10 & 17, 2016 105784 3378513 IN THE TWENTIETH C IR C UIT COURT FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO. 082016CA000588XXXXXX CHRISTIANA TRUST, A DIVISION OF WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY, FSB, NOT IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY BUT AS TRUSTEE OF ARLP TRUST 3, Plaintiff, vs. MIMOSE M. BRUTUS AKA MARIE M BRUTUS; JEAN ROMAIN BRUTUS; UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2 UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and ALL UNKNOWN PA RTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order or Summary Final Judgment of foreclosure dated October 19 , 2016, and entered in Case No. 082016CA000588XXXXXX of the Circuit Court in and for Charlotte County, Florida., wherein CHRISTIANA TRUST, A DIVISION OF W ILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY, FSB, NOT IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY BUT AS TRUSTEE OF ARLP TRUST 3 is Plaintiff andMIMOSE M. BRUTUS AKA MARIE M BRUTUS; JEAN ROMAIN BRUTUS; UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2 UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN TEN ANT NO. 2; and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION, OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at website of www.charlotte.realfore close.com, 11:00 a.m. on the December 19, 2016 , the following described property as set forth in said Order or Final Judg ment, to-wit: LOT 10, BLOCK 1316, PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION, SECTION 13, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 2A TO 2G INCLUSIVE, IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS O F THE DATE OF THE LIS P ENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the A dministrative Services Manager whose office is located a t 350 E. Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, and whose telephone number is (941) 637-2281, at least 7 days before your scheduled court idil 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE appearance, or i mme di ate ly upon receiving this notification if the time b efore the sched uled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. DATED at Punta Gorda, Florida, on October 27 , 2016. BARBARA T. SCOTT As Clerk, Circuit Court By: S. Martella As Deputy Clerk Publish: November 10&17, 2016 105230 3378271 3130 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t h at A NN STREET STORAGE AT 209 E. ANN ST. PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950, will sell or otherwise dis pose of the contents of the follow ing unit(s) to satisfy delinquent amounts due and enforce a lien imposed under the FLORIDA SELF STORAGE ACT (section 83.801 83.809). Sale will be conducted a t the above address on Friday, November 25, 2016 at 10AM. All property for cash only in as isŽ c ondition and removed from the facility at the time of the sale. The following unit(s), containing personal property such as items used in and around the home, garage, and/or workplace, and other misc. items may not be available at the time of the sale. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to cancel sale in the event of settlement with the obligated party(ies). Dale LinnG7 Dale LinnR2 Tabitha B ass OC5 Publish: 11/10/16 and 11/17/16 129334 3380672 3134 WORKSHOPS NOTICE OF WORKSHOP The Charlotte County Airport Authority will hold a workshop on T hursday, November 17, 2016 imm ediately following their Regular Monthly Meeting at 9:00 a.m. at t he Punta Gorda Airport, Building 313, Punta Gorda, Florida. Paul Andrews, Chair Publish: November 10, 2016 107763 3380557 3138 OTHER NOTICES I, Julio Vazquez, Pelican S hore Cottages Property Manager, hereby make the announcement of private road closure at 4076 N. Beach Rd., Englewood, FL 34223 on November 11, 2016 for a period of 24 hours. Publish: November 10, 2016 300205 3380567 I mam i F am il y Foundation, Inc. Availability of Annual Return This is to notify the public that the annual tax return, Form 990-PF, of the Imami Family Foundation, Inc. is available for inspection at this principal office during regular business hours by any citizen who requests inspection within 180 days after the publishing of this notice. The principal address of business where a copy of the Form can be obt ained is a s follows: 2118 Aaron St., Port Charlotte, FL 33952, telephone number 941-628-0799, contact R.H. Imami. Publish: November 10, 2016 128266 3380564 Turn Your Trash Into Cash! Advertise any Item Under $500. for FREE by Going to: www.sun-classieds. com *Limit 5 Ads Per Week Excluding Pets & Firearms FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS! LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSNORTH PORT „ Despite electing an official who will be serving her third term, North Port residents voted to limit commissioners to two terms in the future. I dont know how you can vote someone into office and dont think the two relate,Ž newly elected North Port City Commissioner Vanessa Carusone said. I am surprised because I feel like people would put the facts together and see that one affects the other.Ž The language that was previously in the City Charter stated the City Charter provides a commissioner may serve no more than two consecutive full terms.Ž On Tuesday, 66 percent of voters chose to remove that language and instead insert no person shall be elected to the office of a city commissioner more than twice.Ž While the decision is inserted immediately, City Attorney Mark Moriarty said, it will not impact Carusone. She was declared eligible by the judge,Ž he said. The newly elected District 1 commissioner served from 2002-10. When she went to file earlier this year, the city took her to court for attempting to serve a third term. But the judge ruled with Carusone that she should be allowed to serve after her hiatus. However, it is unclear what will happen should Carusone choose to run again in 2020. The language would have to come into play at some point,Ž Moriarty said. But Carusone added while she is trying to focus on the upcoming term, she never knows if she would want to run again. You never know, you just try to get everything you can get done in four years then make a decision,Ž Carusone said. I dont think I needed to go more than four years, Im just cleaning up whats been done the last six years.Ž North Port joins Venice and Sarasota County, which have term limits for their city council and county commissioners. According to Venice City Clerk Heather Taylor, term limits were first instated for the three-year terms in 1977. She said council members can serve three terms, totaling nine years. She added a change was later made so City Council members could serve three terms as mayor and three terms as council members for a possible total of 18 years. However, some cities have not instated term limits. Punta Gorda City Council members serve two-year terms, for as many years as they get re-elected. Sheri Stewart, the Punta Gorda deputy city clerk, said there has been no real discussion of adding term limits. I think if they feel someone wants to continue to run and to be a council member, they can,Ž Stewart said. As long as they keep getting re-elected. The public has had no real recommendations to limiting terms.Ž But Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections Kathy Dent said it is becoming more common to see term limits being put on the ballot. People have tried, I dont know that its happened too often,Ž she said. I dont know if theres any big push or increase but it has appeared.ŽEmail: lcoey@sun-herald.com North Port votes to establish commission term limits By LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITER adno=710800

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 13 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSNORTH PORT „ A North Port man has been arrested after allegedly threatening a woman known to him with a knife, according to North Port Police. Samuel Weber, 68, allegedly threatened the woman and assaulted her. The victim told investigators an argument began with Weber on Monday. According to reports, when Weber began yelling, the victim and another female ran inside and locked the door. Weber then allegedly broke through the door, holding a silver knife. According to reports, Weber said Im going to cut you and kill you.Ž Weber allegedly then grabbed the victim by her hair and threw her on the ”oor, according to reports. Of“cials said the other woman then called her husband. She stated when her husband came in the room, Weber got off the victim and said, Im going to shoot you and kill you,Ž according to reports. The victim, the other woman and the womans husband all left the scene to go to the North Port Emergency Room. Reports state the victim had cuts on her right leg, bruising on the right arm near her wrist and elbow and hair falling off her head onto her shirt. The victim allegedly complained of aching all over her body but mainly on her neck, back and arms, according to reports. When of“cials went to the 3300 block of McCain Lane where Weber lives, they allegedly found a broken door and hair on the ”oor that matched the victims. They also found a knife with the same description in the kitchen sink, according to reports. Of“cials charged Weber with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill and battery on a person 65 or older. His bond is set at $70,000. Email: lcoey@sun-herald.comCops: North Port man attacks woman with knifeBy LAUREN COFFEYSTAFF WRITER WEBER The Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € James Paul Rinell, 44, of Sarasota. Charges: driving while license is suspended, possession of controlled substance without prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $9,000. € Eric Antone Nealon, 25, 300 block of E. Virginia Ave., Punta Gorda. Charge: insurance fraud. Bond none. € Raven Paul Smith, 24, 11200 block of Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda. Charge: violation of probation (original charge: DUI.) Bond: $1,800. € Christy George Massingill, 38, 200 block of Stevensvile St., Port Charlotte. Charges: DUI, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $6,500. € Duane Scott Baggott, 67, homeless of Port Charlotte. Charge: trespassing. Bond: $2,000. € Charles Joseph Arnold, 37, 100 block of Guava St., Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of probation (original charge: DUI). Bond: none. € John Robert Porter III, 29, 22300 block of Albany Ave., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of controlled substance without prescription and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $8,000. € Robert Adalbert Haga, 34, 3300 block of McCorkle St., North Port. Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond: $9,000. € Tihomir Tenev Tenev, 33, 3500 block of Culpepper Terrace. Charge: failure of defendant to appear and underlying charges (petty theft and driving while license suspended). Bond: $20,000. € Maria Star Frink, 34, 200 block of South McCall Road, Englewood. Charges: possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting officer without violence, failure of defendant to appear and underlying charges (giving false name and possession of drug paraphernalia). Bond: $4,000. € Ezequiel Cruz-Cevantes, 30, 800 block of N. Lee Ave., Arcadia. Charge: operating vehicle without valid license. Bond: $1,000. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Anthony Alexander, 23, 2900 block of Siesta Drive, Venice. Charge: driving with a suspended license. Bond: $1,500. € Sebastian Baj, 30, 2900 block of Englewood Road, Venice. Charge: contempt of court. (original charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription). Bond: none. € Adam Black, 36, 750 block of Phyllis St., Port Charlotte. Charge: probation violation. (original charge: resisting an officer without violence). Bond: none. € Vicki Johnston, 61, 140 block of Bayview Lane, Osprey. Charge: battery. Bond: none. € Brian Moorman, 46, 120 block of Wayforest Drive, Venice. Charge: contempt of court. (original charge: driving with expired license for more than six months). Bond: $1,000. € Yvonne Perry, 50, 110 block of Myakka Drive, Venice. Charge: battery. Bond: none. € Gary Rose, 48, 510 block of Olive Ave., Nokomis. Charge: battery. Bond: none. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrest: € Frederick Crowder, 46, 6400 block of Fabian Road, North Port. Charge: DUI. Bond: $500. The Venice Police Department reported the following arrest: € Jeremy Cooper, 39, 770 block of Wedgewood Court, Sarasota. Charge: operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. Bond: $1,000. „ Compiled by Carlos Galarza-Veve and Lauren Coffey VETERANS DAY CLOSURESIn observance of the Veterans Day holiday, all Charlotte and Sarasota County government business offices along with North Port and Punta Gorda city offices will be closed Nov. 11. All post offices will be closed as well, along with the county and circuit courts. Other offices and services will be affected as well, including: € County Administration Center: closed. € Charlotte County Utilities: Customer service will be closed; payments accepted by phone at 941-764-4300, or by electronic billing at www.CharlotteCountyFL. gov (select Water/SewerŽ from the Popular Links list). Standby staff will be on call for utility emergencies at 941-764-4300. € Garbage pickup: Curbside collection will occur as scheduled. € Mini-Transfer facilities: Both the West Charlotte and Mid-County centers are closed. € Charlotte County Landfill on Zemel Road: open. € Charlotte Harbor Visitor & Convention Bureau offices: closed. Visitors with questions about things to do can call 800-652-6090, or visit www.CharlotteHarborTravel.com. € Fire/EMS Headquarters will be closed; all other stations will be open. € Sunshine Ride: prearranged transportation only; the scheduling office will be closed. € Dial-A-Ride: closed. € Family Services Center: County government offices at the center will be closed, however limited center activities will be available. € Charlotte County library administration offices: closed. € Charlotte and Sarasota County libraries: closed. € Charlotte County Historical Center: closed. € Harold Avenue Recreation Center: closed. € South County Regional Park Recreation Center: closed. € Joseph A. 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Our Town Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 LOCAL SPORTS Contact usJordan Kroeger € Staff writer jkroeger@sun-herald.com or 941-206-1185 Bryan Levine € Staff writer blevine@sun-herald.com or 941-206-1126 Rick Nolte € Sports editor rnolte@sun-herald.com or 941-206-1175 EMAIL: sports@sun-herald.com FAX: 941-629-2085 Submit a story idea: Email sports@sun-herald.com or call Rick Nolte at 941-206-1175. Must contain name, address and number. Report a high school result: Call 877-818-6204 or 941-206-1175. To report an error: Call the sports department at 941-206-1175 or email sports@sun-herald.com. PORT CHARLOTTE „ Port Charlottes girls soccer team raised its Class 3A-13 record to 2-0 Tuesday night with a resounding 8-0 victory over visiting Island Coast in a match that only lasted one half. Junior forward Cassidy Francis led the way for the Pirates (3-1 overall) with a hat trick as the Pirates breezed past the visitors, who were playing their “rst match of the season. The key tonight for me was to follow through when the goalie bobbled the ball,Ž Cassidy said. Ive scored four goals this season and this is the “rst time Ive scored a hat trick.Ž The match was called under the eight-goal advantage rule. But it had to go a full half to be of“cial. The Pirates started out quickly, scoring their “rst goal when Alden Goucher took a pass from Isabella Reyes and banged the ball into the net from about “ve yards out wih three minutes gone in the contest. Seven minutes later, Francis scored the “rst of her goals off a pass from co-captain Teala Brown. Cassidy scored again at the 12-minute mark on a “ve-yard shot. She scored her third goal later to give the hosts a 6-0 advantage. Besides Cassidys goals, other goals were by co-captain Doren Staley, Reyes, Leah Hopper and freshman Emily Porto. Sophomore Alyssa Toth and Staley also made assists for the winners. The Pirates “red 16 shots on goal and held the Gators offense to just one shot on goal. Port Charlotte moved the ball back and forth quickly, and Pirates coach Chip Stec subsituted liberally. I thought the game wouldnt be as lopsided as this,Ž Stec said. I was hoping it would last longer so we could work on some things but our girls played hard and did a good job. Cassidy did a great job. Isabella did a good job too.Ž Co-captain Grace Stec was in goal for the Pirates, and played well despite the Gators inability to move their offense. Island Coast has a young team and it also doesnt have a junior varsity squad this season. Port Charlotte will play Thursday with a home non-district match against Fort Fort Myers is a very good team,Ž Stec said. Well have to be prepared for them.ŽPort Charlotte rolls up early lead to cruiseCAPE CORAL „ Soccer season is off on the right foot for Port Charlotte. The Pir ates jumped out to a fast start on the night and on the year Tuesday night with a 5-1 district victory at Island Coast. Port Charlotte (1-0, 1-0 3A-13) grabbed 4-0 lead in the “rst half against the Gators (0-1, 0-1) and was never seriously challenged. Im still trying to “gure it out, how Im working my offense and my defense,Ž Port Charlotte coach Joe Roca said of his team. What we did today was push everybody forward, because in the preseason we were back a little bit. We hadnt been aggressive in the preseason,Ž when the Pirates fell 5-1 to Cape Coral. I have some returning players who came back,Ž Roca said. In the preseason, I didnt have my starters. Right now, Im still waiting for some guys to come back. But compared to last season we have a little bit more control of the ball, which is what I was looking for. When we played them last year they were tough, but this year we were a little more ready for them.Ž Senior mid“elder Jeremiah Ruth and junior striker Nate Ruth each scored twice for Port Charlotte. Jeremiah Ruth added an assist and Michael Balsea scored the “fth Pirates goal. Roca said he both was and wasnt surprised when his team jumped out front so quickly. The guys followed everything I said, and the positions they were playing were the right positions. They played their positions well.Ž One or two goals, they did something good and they got us on that one,Ž Island Coast coach Rob Malpica said. I would say on the other ones, a lot of positioning, knowing where your teammate is, knowing where youre supposed to be standing, some communication. We let a couple get away that we probably should have had.Ž Roca said he was pleased to see his defense clog up the middle and force the Gators to the outside then they were on the attack. Carlos Pizarro got the Gators on the board on a set play, a long k ick from near mid“eld in the second half. Jeremiah Ruth stretched the margin back to four goals moments thereafter, making his way through three defenders and beating Island Coast goalkeeper Bryan Martin. This is what we needed,Ž Roca said. We needed to come out here and do our job. Last year kind of gave us a bad taste in our mouth against this team. This team is good.Ž Pirates keeper Hunter Cole, a sophomore, held the Gators to that single long, long goal by Pizarro. We do have a lot of very talented players,Ž Malipca said. We are very young. We have nine sophomores, we have six juniors and we have four seniors. Only two of the seniors start. All of our forwards are underclassmen, all of our mid“elders are underclassmen. And theyre new. Theyre all new to each other, theyre new to the school. Some of them are new to the country. There is a little bit of a language barrier. Sometimes things that (ordinarily) take a week to “gure out take two or three weeks.Ž While not all district opponents are homeand-home, these teams will get back together in Port Charlotte on Dec. 13. Coming in, theyre obviously better than they were last year,Ž Malpica said. I think talent-wise were leaps and bounds ahead of last year. The skys the limit. When you start off with only two wins last year, obviously it can only go up.Ž Said Roca: Its the “rst game. Weve still got to see what we have to do. Its a long season. Im very happy for the “rst game.Ž NORTH PORT „ Lakewood Ranchs diverse, offensive attack was on full display against North Port on Tuesday night. The Bobcats, who were dealing with injuries in the mid“eld, simply had no answer for the Mustangs fast front line. Four different players scored goals, including two by Faith Schyck, to lead Lakewood Ranch to a 5-2 victory. Ad Troche scored both goals for North Port, but her team just couldnt keep up with the Mustangs, who outshot the Bobcats 24-8. We didnt play our best game here, but we played hard and played for the entire 80 minutes, and they never gave up and they fought through the entire time,Ž North Port coach Bill Callan said. Lakewood Ranch (3-0) wasted little time attacking, nearly scoring less than two minutes into the game when Hajar Benjoud sent a shot speeding just to the left of the net and out of bounds. But disaster struck for North Port (1-2) in the “fth minute when goalkeeper Kayla GordanSomers came out for a free ball that a teammate also went after, leading to neither corralling it and Schyck instead putting her foot on it for an easy goal and a 1-0 lead. The “rst goal was just a miscommunication between the defender and the goalie,Ž Callan said. The defender really shouldve played it back to (goalies) feet and she couldve played out. Theyre a good team and if you have miscommunication, theyre going to step to the ball and make you pay for it.Ž Troche answered with her “rst goal in the 23rd minute thanks to some help from her teammates. Alexis Howarth came away with a steal for the Bobcats near their own penalty box and passed to Augusta Purvis, who sent the ball ”ying down the right sideline to Troche. The sophomore then sent the ball high out of the reach of Lakewood Ranch goalkeeper Holly Spillman into the left corner of the net for a tie. But it didnt take long for the Mustangs to regain control as Gi Krtec scored in the 34th minute on an assist from Madison Mirandilla. That 2-1 advantage then doubled seconds later when Schycks shot attempt bounced off the crossbar, but Benjoud was there to follow it up for another goal. Lindsay Coleman became the fourth Mustang to score in the game just eight minutes into the second half. Thats exactly what we like about our team. We dont really have a superstar, but we have a lot of girls who can make things happen,Ž Lakewood Ranch coach Gaetano Virgilio said. Colemans score ended the night in the net for Gordan-Somers, who “nished with four saves. Troche got the goal back for North Port in the 50th minute against keeper Heather Jones, who replaced Spillman for the second half. There werent, however, many other chances for the Bobcats to pull closer. Schyck put the “nishing touches on the game with her second goal in the 76th minute against Kinkin, who “nished with “ve saves It was very close until we scored two quick goals right there that brought them down a little bit, but for awhile it was give and go,Ž Virgilio said. To me, it was a pretty equal game. We were winning a lot of balls in the middle and we didnt give them an opportunity to develop anything, which is going to shut them down pretty quick. Thats what we were trying to do and thats what we did.ŽContact Jordan Kroeger at 941 206-1185 or email jkroeger@sun-herald.comCassidy leads Pirates past GatorsPirates start season on right foot Mustangs gallop through Bobcats for 5-2 victoryBy GARY BROWNSUN CORRESPONDENTBy PETE SISKSUN CORRESPONDENTBy JORDAN KROEGERSPORTS WRITER PREP SOCCER: Port Charlotte girls PREP SOCCER: Port Charlotte girls PREP SOCCER: North Port girls SUN PHOTOS BY MICHELE HASKELLPort Charlottes Emily Porto battles with Island Coasts Erika Hansen for possession during Tuesdays 8-0 romp of the Gators. Island Coasts Veronica Collis and Port Charlottes Gabby Garcia chase down a free ball.SUN PHOTOS BY KATHERINE GODINAJeremiah Ruth backs protects the ball against Island Coasts Johnny Abscal before making a move. Ruth had two goals in the 5-1 district win.SUN PHOTOS BY JOHN KERSTENNorth Port goalkeeper Kayla Gordan-Somers covers up the ball ahead of Lakewood Ranchs Maria Gonzalez.

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 15 SunCoast Sports NowWhen news breaks, we blog it at www.suncoastsportsnow.com Like us and share our photos on Facebook: facebook.com/SunCoastSports Follow us on Twitter @SunCoastSports LOCAL SPORTS Change at QB helps Tarpons stay perfect for a second yearBy BRYAN LEVINESPORTS WRITERHicks fleet feet present added worry to defensePUNTA GORDA „ Following a second straight undefeated regular season, Charlotte begins its playoff quest on Friday at home gainst Boca Ciega. The path for the Tarpons is fairly similar to last years: they have an opening-round matchup against a district runner-up, could potentially face rival Port Charlotte next week, and then theyd likely see Naples again in the regional “nals. Naples eliminated the Tarpons from title contention last season. Although there are many similarities between the teams this year and last year „ which have combined to go 19-0 in the regular season … there still are plenty of differences. Coach Binky Waldrop wasted no time after a season-ending loss to Naples in 2015 before turning the page to this season. It didnt take long before the coach committed to Dee Hicks, previously a wide receiver, as his quarterback even though the rising seniors skill set didnt “t the playbook. It meant everything to be the leader of the team,Ž Hicks said. Coach came to me and asked me. Its been an awesome experience.Ž According to Waldrop, only Jason Cunningham in 1997 was a quarterback with the speed and running abilities of Hicks, in Waldrops two-plus decades as a head coach. It was a lot of fun,Ž Waldrop said of redesigning his playbook around his new quarterback, who can cover 40 yards in 4.35 seconds. We changed things,Ž Waldrop said. Having a mobile quarterback, weve done a lot of things different. Weve never really had someone this mobile, but Dee throws a little better than (Brennan Simms) does.Ž During last years regular season, Brennan Simms threw for 1,835 yards with 22 touchdowns and three interceptions. In one less game this year, Hicks has totaled 881 yards in the air, with nine touchdowns and a pick, while adding 403 yards and “ve scores with his legs. We knew wed be able to run the ball,Ž Waldrop said. Were still scoring the same amount of points. Our turnover ratio is incredible once again.Ž Although thats few fewer yards and touchdowns to account for, there are many factors contributing to the Tarpons continued success. Hicks and the offense have done a great job tacking care of the football. Add that to Savorion Warren and the defense forcing plenty of turnovers, Charlotte is plus-15 in turnover differential. Warrens eight interceptions lead the defense. Jordan Deackoff has six sacks and “ve tackles for a loss. Cazea Smith has a team-best 71 total tackles. But on offense, Hicks knows why the Tarpons continued their winning. They have to stop Maleek (Williams),Ž Hicks said. They have to stop the wide receivers. They have to stop everybody. We have a lot of talent this year, and were experienced.Ž Williams has rushed to 8.2 yards per carry to lead the area with 1,111 yards and 21 touchdowns. The senior has found the end zone two or more times in 6 of 9 games this year.THE OTHER TEAMBoca Ciega (5-3, 4-1 in District 6A-9) finished second in the district, with its only league loss coming against champion Clearwater. The Pirates are led by a running back duo of David Dawson and Dsoni Ross. Dawson, in six game recorded on MaxPreps, rushed for 852 yards and seven touchdowns. Ross totaled 673 yards and scored 11 times. Defensively, Landrick Johnson has six sacks in seven games, and dual-threat Sam Thompson has three interceptions.Contact Bryan Levine at 941-206-1126 or blevine@sun-herald.com. PREP FOOTBALL: Charlotte SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNOCharlotte quarterback Dee Hicks presents a dual threat to defenses, which has helped the Tarpons to an unbeaten record for the second straight season.Congratulations to Lemon Bay swimmer Hunter Scott who received 867 votes to be named Athlete of the Week for Oct. 31-Nov. 5. Scott was the areas only individual 2A regional champion on Saturday, winning the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1 minute, 52.93 seconds. The results with 2,596 votes cast through 3 p.m. Tuesday on Suncoastsportsnow.com: Hunter Scott, Lemon Bay: 33.4% Caitlyn Lowery, Charlotte: 27.97% Brayden Curry, Lemon Bay: 16.41% Pop Bush, Port Charlotte: 8.28% Maleek Williams, Charlotte: 5.89% Grace Stec, Port Charlotte: 4.2% AD Troche, North Port: 2.31% C.K. Poulos, North Port: 1.54%BRYA NS PICKThis was another week where the voters got it right. Hunter Scott came up big in the 2A regional championship, winning the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:52.93 to become the areas only individual champion. This should set her up nicely to potentially make the podium this weekend in the state meet.Athlete of the weekRUSHINGName Att. Yards YPC TD Maleek Williams, CHS 135 1,111 8.2 21 Brayden Curry, LB 201 894 4.5 11 Marc Jean-Louis, PC 56 775 13.8 8 Ernest Harvey, PC 70 623 8.9 5 Shawn Campbell, PC 72 534 7.4 9 Dee Hicks, CHS 43 403 9.3 5 Javon Howell, NP 100 399 3.9 3 Davon Keyes, PC 48 305 6.4 1 Octavious Cummings, NP 63 294 4.7 2 DVonte Price, CHS 9 278 30.8 4 PASSINGName Comp. Att. Per. Yards TD INT Devon Allen, NP 91 208 43.8% 1,176 9 9 Hayden Wolff, LB 73 175 41.7% 883 4 8 Dee Hicks, CHS 49 91 53.8% 881 9 1 Paul Barnes, PC 20 35 57.1% 437 5 2RECEIVINGName Rec. Yards YPR TD C.K. Poulos, NP 37 543 14.7 5 Victor Mellor, LB 27 352 13.0 3 Skylar Razwilavich, NP 22 334 15.1 2 Jacob White, CHS 16 320 20.0 2 Ernest Harvey, PC 9 255 28.3 2 Brenden Shuman, LB 14 179 12.8 1 Logan Lydic, LB 16 163 10.1 0 Andrew Grace, CHS 10 157 15.7 2 Andrew Bosma, NP 10 143 14.3 1 Travon McClary, CHS 7 119 17.0 1Area leadersJORDA NS PICKMy pick for athlete of the week goes to Lemon Bay swimmer Hunter Scott. The Manta Rays standout was the areas only 2A regional champion on Saturday, winning the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:52.93. Shell be seeded third at the Class 2A state meet Saturday. But that isnt the only reason shes my pick. Scott also qualified for states in the 500-yard freestyle after finishing third at regionals with a time of 5:01.01. Scott has been one of the areas top swimmers all year, and her talent in the water shined through last weekend with pretty high stakes on the line. A head start to the football season has helped Stantley Thomas start as a freshman. The outside receiver from Charlotte High School started Florida International Universitys “rst 10 games and had at least one reception in all but one. He ranked third on the team with 31 receptions for 389 yards and one touchdown. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Thomas reported to camp with the freshmen in late June. I knew it was a big transition,Ž he said. I learned everything I could. That helped out a lot.Ž The early report date allowed him to learn the offense. I thought it was complicated,Ž he said, noting that he soon understood the spread scheme. In the opener, he had three receptions for a season-high 91 yards, including his season long of 45 yards. The intensity of the competition con“rmed his expectations. It is very physical,Ž he said. My “rst game I knew exactly how playing college football would be.Ž The game made him realize his place, though. Ive just got to be prepared,Ž he said. In high school, I thought I was good. You have to strive to be great.Ž Wide receivers/ quarterbacks coach Kort Shankweiler said Thomas has been especially effective in producing “rst downs. Thomas had a season-high eight catches for 73 yards against Massachusetts, and three were “rst-down catches during a third-quarter touchdown drive. Against Louisiana Tech, he had “ve catches for 74 yards, and every reception resulted in a “rst down. Hes a very smart player,Ž Shankweiler said. It (the game) comes pretty natural to him.Ž He said Thomas works hard to become better, using the JUGS machine to practice his routes and catching passes out of the break. Whether he lines up on the left or right side, Thomas said he typically matches against cornerbacks. His technique in the route running is his biggest improvement,Ž Shankweiler said. He has very good hands. He does a great job of making people miss in the open “eld.ŽSend updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at bboxleitner@ outlook.com.Ex-Tarpon finds success at FIU as wide receiver AWAY AT COLLEGEBy BARBARA BOXLEITNERSUN CORRESPONDENT adno=713684 Open to the Public 5301 Heron Creek Boulevard North Port, FL 34287 www.heroncreekgcc.com Affordable memberships for every lifestyle. Starting at $200 per month Residency Not RequiredŽ For more information contact Richelle Phone: 941-240-5100 Email: membership@heron-creek.com PRACTICE FACILITY SPECIAL 1 COMPLIMENTRAY TWILIGHT ROUND OF GOLF FOR UP TO 4 PLAYERS, AFTER 4PM $50 OFF RANGE PASS BAKERS DOZEN„ 13 MONTHS FOR THE PRICE OF 12! 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Our Town Page 16 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSPLACIDA „ A paper replica of Guy Fawkes burned quickly as the crowd cheered. Rik Sills, founder of the British American Club of Englewood, pointed to the stuffed scarecrow-like doll of Guy Fawkes seated near the fire. He told the crowd he didnt want to set the restaurant ablaze, so he burned a small version of Guy Fawkes to keep the more-than-400-year-old tradition going. He said Guy Fawkes Day created fond childhood memories of bonfires and bangers (fireworks). Members of the Englewood and North Port club joined together Saturday at Paraiso Mexican Grill and Bar in Placida to recognize the day. Guy Fawkes was arrested while guarding explosives after plotting to blow up the House of Lords in London. Im glad he didnt get away with it,Ž Sills said. We are also happy that growing up we never burned down our neighborhood.Ž Shirley Antrobus wore a British flag shirt to the event. Guy Fawkes Day is a festivity that came after King James I and his supporters celebrated the failed attack by lighting bonfires around London. Months later, the observance of the 5th November Act became an annual public day of thanksgiving for the plots failure. Im so glad we celebrate Guy Fawkes Day,Ž she said. We are really traditionalists. We love our history.Ž Sills said the club is participating in several upcoming events. We dont celebrate Veterans Day like Americans do,Ž he said. But on Sunday, we will be remembering the 23 British pilots who died in World War II. Their graves are in Arcadia. I will be reading a poem from one of the pilots relatives.Ž Sills likes that the pilots will be remembered. People 4,000 miles away were able to link up with us and help us remember those courageous pilots,Ž Sills said of the poem and communication with at least one of the families in the United Kingdom. We may not have a Veterans Day, but we do honor our civil servants on Remembrance Sunday.Ž Sills asked veterans from all countries to stand and be honored after the festive Guy Fawkes portion ended. They observed two minutes of silence to remember those who served in the military and have died. The club will also be in the Rotonda Parade on Dec. 10. We love to decorate the float and drink a little,Ž Sills said. We really have a good time. We decorate for the British and the American side. We have a blast.Ž Sills asked the crowd what a group of British natives should be called when they are out and about. We decided we would be a pride,Ž he said. Our monthly gatherings of the British club are extremely social. Theres no attendance requirements, no dues, and members dont have to be from the United Kingdom.Ž Sills said anyone is invited to the monthly meetings, which are held at 5 p.m. at Paraiso, 2639 Placida Road. The next club gathering is Nov. 29. There will be a Sunday brunch on Jan. 15. For more information about the British American Club of Englewood, call 941-697-5964.Email: eallen@sun-herald.com Brits celebrate Guy Fawkes Day, prepare for veterans ceremonyBy ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR Im so glad we celebrate Guy Fawkes Day. We are really traditionalists. We love our history.Ž„ Shirley Antrobus, British American Club of Englewood SUN PHOTO BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHRik Sills, founder of the British American Club of Englewood, remembers Guy Fawkes Day as an awesome time that created fun childhood memories. He burned a picture of Guy Fawkes during the recent celebration at Paraiso Restaurant in Placida. SUN PHOTO BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHMembers of the North Port British American Club enjoy spending time with the Englewood club at the recent Guy Fawkes event.SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMSMarie Bush and MIchelle Vignola with their friends, Ray and Freda Golbourn and Barbara Bannard, all wearing poppies in honor of Remembrance Day celebrated Nov. 13 in England.SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMSBob McAdoo stands back and lets Ryk Sills and Stuart Imrie, check out the engine of his 57 Morris Minor 1000.SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMSThomas Abbe, his wife Koren and their son Ethan with their 58 Morris Minor 1000.SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMSGlynn and Valerie Davis stand by a photo of the Queen of England.SUN PHOTO BY BETSY WILLIAMSAlicia Field, Dolores Pope, Jenny Turner and her husband Richard are all ready to party. adno=710805 adno=713685

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Hillary Clinton ended her historic presidential campaign Wednesday, saying it is painful and will be for a long time,Ž as she urged for a peaceful transfer of power. Donald Trump is going to be our president,Ž she said in her concession speech. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans,Ž Clinton told a room of emotional aides and supporters, who gave her an extended round of applause. We have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought. But I still believe in America and always will. And if you do, then we must accept thisŽ election outcome, she added. We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead.Ž Clintons vice presidential running mate, Tim Kaine, introduced her and addressed the unique challenge the former secretary of State faced in her bid to become the nations “rst female president. She has been and is a great history maker,Ž he said, citing v STORY CONTINUES ON 2B We have still not shattered that highest, hardest glass ceiling, but someday someone will.ŽHillary Clinton, in conceding her lossJUSTIN SULLIVAN, GETTY IMAGESHillary Clinton thanked her supporters, team and family in New York on Wednesday. We owe him ... the chance to lead Heidi M. Przybyla@HeidiPrzybyla USA TODAY Washington, meet President-elect Donald Trump. The nations new commander in chief is moving to town with formidable political assets and limited political debts. Start with uni“ed Republican control of Congress, similar to the serendipitous situation President Obama and the Democrats enjoyed for two years at the beginning of his tenure. Despite dire predictions Trumps candidacy could spur a wave that would undermine Republicans down the ballot, his strongerthan-expected draw at the top of the ticket in such states as Missouri and Indiana helped the GOP maintain control of the Senate and minimize losses in the House. Whats more, the real estate magnate and reality TV star defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton without the customary support (and the obligations those incur) from senior party leaders and big donors, many of whom distanced themselves or even opposed him. What Donald Trump pulled o was an enormous political feat,Ž House Speaker Paul Ryan, RWis., said Wednesday on Capitol Hill. He just earned a mandate.Ž Ryan never actually campaigned with Trump. Hes already changed the Republican Party into something very dierent in a way thats alarmed some of us,Ž said Vin Weber, who as a Minnesota congressman played a key role in the GOP takeover of the House in 1994. He has the opportunity to be a transformational president because hes shaken up the system in a real way; hes changed the agenda in a real way, and he carried in a Republican Congress with him. He has an opportunity to change America thats greater than any of his predecessors since (Ronald) Reagan.Ž Trumps upset victory puts him in a strong position to deliver on his campaign rhetoric: restoring a conservative majority Republican Congress, few debts boost cloutv STORY CONTINUES ON 2B TRUMPS READY TO ROLLROBERT DEUTSCH, USA TODAYPresident-elect Donald Trump greets people at New York Hilton Midtown on a victorious election night Tuesday. Susan PageUSA TODAY NEWS ANALYSIS 11.10.16 RICHARD DREW, APIs GOP sweep good for stocks? IN MONEY What kind of first lady will Melania Trump be?PATRICK SEMANSKY, AP IN LIFE 941-249-49921019 South Tamiami Trail(Just North of Veterans Blvd)Serving Punta Gorda & Port CharlotteMon-Fri 9am 5pm € Sat 9am 5pm € Sun Closedwww.jessupsappliances.com 6 MONTHS NO INTEREST FINANCINGAsk in store for details Our As-Is Scratch & Dent Department is one of Americas Best! Super quality on new products with ding, dent or scratch. It is the opportunity to Save Up to 70% or more in some cases. SORRY ABOUT THE ROAD CONSTRUCTION OUT FRONT FOLKS! SAVE $1,500Aug 1st-Aug 25thSAMSUNG BLACK STAINLESS KITCHEN PACKAGERF263BEAESG/NE59J7630SG ME18H704SFSS/DW80J7550UG INSTANT SAVINGS WHEN YOU PRESENT THIS AD.AUGUST 15TH-SEP 9TH Purchase 3 or More Eligible GE Cafe Appliances and Receive a GE Cafe Dishwasher Valued up to $1,000 adno=54506758 LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR ALL THROUGH NOVEMBER GET BACK $500 ON SELECT FRIGIDAIRE PROFESSIONAL APPLIANCES 11/2 11/30 Bosch Danby Electrolux Frigidaire GE GE Cafe GE Profile KitchenAid LG Marvel Samsung Zephyr SPEED QUEEN Uline Waste King Whirlpool 12 MONTHS NO INTEREST FINANCING Ask in store for details FREE Basic Delivery and Installation on Bosh Dishwashers $599 and up. Valid Nov. 1 st Nov. 30 th Mon-Fri 9am-5:30pm € Sat 9am-5pm € Sun Closed SHAKE UP YOUR HOLIDAY SAVINGS BUY FOUR GE APPLIANCES $2,298 00 SAVE $1,200 00

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 her work as a civil rights lawyer, “rst lady, senator and secretary of State. She has made history in a nation that is good at so many things, but thats made it uniquely dicult for a woman to be elected to federal oce.Ž Clinton made it clear that while Americans must cherishŽ the Constitutions democratic tradition of a peaceful transfer of power, they should “ght to protect its core values of the rule of law, equal rights and freedom of worship. These are all Constitutional protections her campaign had argued were at risk with a Trump presidency. The “rst female major-party presidential nominee concluded by urging the women who supported her not to lose faith in their dreams. We have still not shattered that highest, hardest glass ceiling, but someday someone will. And hopefully sooner than we might think right now,Ž she said. To all the little girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve yourŽ dreams, she added. Several hours earlier, Clinton had called Trump to congratulate him on becoming the nations president-elect. However, she did not make an appearance before backers gathered at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center for what they had hoped would be a victory party. Instead, her campaign chairman, John Podesta, made brief remarks. Its been a long night, and its been a long campaign, but I can say we can wait a little longer,Ž he told Clintons despondent supporters. Outside the New Yorker hotel in Manhattan, where Clinton would deliver her concession remarks Wednesday, disappointed supporters gathered, many still wearing their guest badges from the previous nights campaign event. Anita Broccolino said she wanted to get into the event to show support for Hillary, to show her we love her.Ž The loss was a shock to the Clinton team after most major polls showed her with a comfortable lead in all of the major battleground states, including Pennsylvania, a blue-leaning state that Republicans hadnt carried since 1988 „ until Trumps win there Tuesday. Afew weeks ago, Clintons lead was more pronounced. After the third debate in Las Vegas, in which Trump called Clinton a nasty womanŽ and would not commit to honoring the outcome of the election, an ABC News tracking poll showed Clinton leading the GOP nominee by 11 points nationally. Later in the month, FBI Director James Comey announced that his agency was reviewing new emails that might be relevant to its investigation of her private email server, but just two days before the election, Comey said the emails were either duplicates or not germane and that he was making no change in his previous recommendation against criminal charges. Still, the move revived the issue that had proved most damaging to Clintons candidacy „ and poll numbers re”ected it. Democrats will now begin a long process of soul-searching. During the heat of the campaign, they had remained optimistic that a number of the setbacks theyd encountered, including the WikiLeaks email hack linked to Russia, were survivable. They were wrong. Contributing: Eliza Collins in New York CityClinton: Loss is painful and will be for a long time JEWEL SAMAD, AFP/GETTY IMAGESHillary Clinton also would have made history as the “rst former “rst lady to occupy the Oval Oce, but it was not to be. v CONTINUED FROM 1BTo all the little girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving.Ž Hillary ClintonPRESIDENT AND PUBLISHERJohn ZidichEDITOR IN CHIEFPatty MichalskiCHIEF REVENUE OFFICERKevin Gentzel 7950 Jones Branch Dr., McLean, Va. 22108, 703-854-3400 Published by Gannett The local edition of USA TODAY is published daily in partnership with Gannett Newspapers Advertising: All advertising published in USA TODAY is subject to the current rate card; copies available from the advertising department. USA TODAY may in its sole discretion edit, classify, reject or cancel at any time any advertising submitted. National, Regional: 703-854-3400 Reprint permission, copies of articles, glossy reprints: www.GannettReprints.com or call 212-221-9595 USA TODAY is a member of The Associated Press and subscribes to other news services. USA TODAY, its logo and associated graphics are registered trademarks. All rights reserved. USA TODAY is committed to accuracy. To reach us, contact Standards Editor Brent Jones at 800-8727073 or e-mail accuracy@usatoday.com. Please indicate whether youre responding to content online or in the newspaper. Corrections & Clarifications on the Supreme Court by appointing a justice to “ll the vacancy left by the death of Antonin Scalia, reversing President Obamas executive orders on immigration, blocking any serious consideration of the Paci“c Rim trade deal, repealing or revamping the Aordable Care Act and even reconsidering the Iran nuclear deal. That said, Trump faces limits and some dangers. The “rst president in U.S. history without experience in government or military command, Trump lacks the base of knowledge and the network of allies his predecessors relied on „ and hell work in a constitutional system of checks and balances that constrains presidents in a way the business world doesnt typically constrain CEOs. There are certain areas where Trump can quite quickly put his imprint on the government,Ž says Lawrence Jacobs, director of the the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance at the University of Minnesota. The government, though, is also going to grind down Donald Trump.Ž Theres also the risk of overreach. Republicans have only won more votes in a national election one time since 1988,Ž says Simon Rosenberg, president of the New Democratic Network, noting that Clinton won the popular vote even though Trump carried the Electoral College. There just isnt broad support for their agenda.Ž Rosenberg acknowledges that Democrats need a new generation of leaders to rise and assume national positions of leadership to replace the Obamas, the Clintons and the Bidens,Ž dominant party “gures who are poised to leave elective politics upon Trumps inauguration. At that point, the Democratic Party, jolted and dispirited by Tuesdays unexpected setbacks, will be left to rely mostly on the power of the Senate “libuster to block action. The risk of centrifugal forces dividing the party further is signi“cant,Ž says Democratic pollster Mark Mellman, an adviser to Democratic congressional leaders. By the same token, a midterm election tends to be good for the out party.Ž That, though, is two years and a political lifetime away. Trump is now the face of the GOP, but he leads a party that has its own fractures, though critics from former president George W. Bush to 2012 nominee Mitt Romney called or tweeted their congratulations and pledges of support Wednesday. That doesnt change the fact that some of Trumps campaign rhetoric, on stepping back from security commitments abroad and limiting free trade, con”ict with Republican orthodoxy. Hes got a lot of challenges ahead of him, which Im sure hes aware of,Ž says GOP pollster David Winston, an adviser to Republican congressional leaders. This was a very divisive campaign, and he needs to forge a g overnin g ma j orit y . The Republican primaries were very complicated and heated, and he went into a general election that was equally as complicated and heated.Ž The de“ning feature of the election, Winston says, was the fact that the two most disliked presidential candidates in history were running against one another. Both were given unfavorable ratings from a majority of the electorate. In the surveys of voters as they left polling places, for instance, 14% said neither candidate was quali“ed to serve as president. Those voters ended up breaking for Trump 69%-15% „ part of his winning coalition, to be sure, but aconstituency that presumably still needs to be won over by his performance in oce. Still, throughout his improbable presidential campaign, Trump demonstrated again and again that he had a better read of the electorates mood and a surer ability to reach voters who felt disenfranchised than the pundits, the pollsters and the highpriced consultants. A lot of us were questioning his trips to Michigan and to Wisconsin and to Minnesota,Ž Jacobs says. But he saw something that the pollsters were not picking up. Its a new coalition. Its responding and articulating the intense reservoir of voters who had been largely ignored.Ž That sharp political gut presumably travels with Trump to his new address on Pennsylvania Avenue.D.C. could grind down Trump ROBERT DEUTSCH, USA TODAYSupporters of Republican Party candidate Donald Trump celebrate Tuesday in New York.v CONTINUED FROM 1BAs citizens were voting Tuesday to elect billionaire Donald Trump the next U.S. president, lawyers and a judge dealt with new motions in a California court in what may be one of the most important of 75 or so open lawsuits involving Trump and his businesses. In fact, the past seven days saw a”urry of motionsand rulings in one of the class-action lawsuits brought by former Trump University students, who say the Republican president-elects company ripped them o for tens of thousands of dollars in tuition for a sham real-estate course. The Trump University cases are among the most serious because they involve allegations of fraud and racketeering. Among the other cases are a $4million lawsuit brought by a Republican political consultant who said Trump defamed her; a class-action claiming his presidential campaign broke consumer protection laws by sending unsolicited text messages to peoples cellphones; and a suit by a golf club employee who says she was “red after complaining to her bosses about sexual harassment. In any one of the cases, an ocial ruling by a court that Trump or his company were “nancially liable for fraud could provide Congress with grounds for impeachment. A hearing Thursday in the California case hashing out motions will set the tone for the trial, set for Nov. 28. If the fraud and racketeering allegations against Presidentelect Trump are true, he is legally impeachable for high crimes or misdemeanors,Ž said Christopher Peterson, a law professor at the University of Utah who has researched the Trump University cases, who acknowledged that while thats technically the case, a Republican-controlled Congress makes proceedings unlikely. Whether he is politically impeachable is another matter.Ž Nevertheless, Peterson said Wednesday that a drawn-out exposure of a sitting president to witness testimony, embarrassing documents or a high-pro“le trial could be time-consuming and distracting, and come with lingering political cost. Trumps attorneys often settle lawsuits, according to USA TODAY Networks analysis of more than 4,000 court cases involving Trump and his companies over the decades, and Peterson said that may prove the wisest course in the remaining Trump University actions. If I were advising President-elect Trump,Ž he said. I would encourage him to move heaven and Earth to settle his pending Trump University lawsuits in order to spare the country the trauma and spectacle of his upcoming trial.Ž Attorneys for Trump in two cases and plaintis in the Trump University case did not return messages for comment Wednesday. Trump has said he would hand his sprawling business empire over to his children in an arrangement he described as a blind trust.Ž As the bossŽ of tens of thousands of government employees and the chooser of key leadership positions in dozens of federal agencies, Trump would also face potential questions about how hed untangle his business interests and government interest in some cases. For instance, hes involved in two suits with chefs who walked away from deals to open restaurants in the Trump Organizations new hotel in Washington. Trumps landlord: the federal government.Trump comes with legal baggage About 75 lawsuits remain open and could pose distraction John Kelly and Nick PenzenstadlerUSA TODAY I would encourage him to move heaven and Earth to settle his pending Trump University lawsuits.Ž Christopher Peterson, law professor

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com Page 3 WASHINGTONPresident Obama called on Americans to support President-elect Donald Trump Wednesday, saying the Obama White House was rooting for his success in leading and unifying the country.Ž One thing you realize in this job is that the presidency „ or the vice presidency „ is bigger than all of us,Ž Obama said, standing beside Vice President Biden in his “rst public remarks since Trump won an astounding victory in one of the most divisive campaigns in memory. Everybody is sad when their side lo ses an election. But we have to remember that we are all on the same team,Ž Obama said. This is an intramural scrimmage. Were Americans “rst. Were patriots “rst.Ž Obama spoke to about 300 reporters and White House staers in a cool and cloudy Rose Garden, breaking the somber mood with some levity. He noted his pre-election prediction that the sun would come up Wednesday no matter who won, and that is one bit of prognostication that actually came true.Ž Obama campaigned hard for his former secret ary of State, Hillary Clinton, in the last week of the campaign. He said Wednesday that he remained proud of her and her campaign. Her candidacy and nomination was historic, and sent a message to our daughters all over the country that they can succeed and achieve at the highest levels.Ž The president said that he was heartened by Trumps remarks early Wednesday morning and that he hoped to move ahead in that spirit. It is no secret the presidentelect and I have some signi“cant dierences,Ž Obama said. But so did he and former President George W . Bush, he said, and the Bush team could not have been more professional or more gracious.Ž Obama and Trump are expected to meet Thursday at the White House to discuss the transition. As Obama returned to the Oval Oce with his arm around Biden, the staers gave him two rounds of sustained applause, many of them wiping tears from their eyes.Obama: We are all on the same teamPresident rooting for Trump, hails Clintons historic campaign Gregory Korte@gregorykorte USA TODAY PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAIS, APPresident Obama, walking to the Oval Oce Tuesday, spoke Wednesday about his successor, Republican President-elect Donald Trump. This is an intramural scrimmage. Were Americans “rst. Were patriots “rst.ŽPresident ObamaFor pollsters, the 2016 presidential election will go down as more than an embarrassment „ it threatens to spiral into an existential crisis. At the moment we needed them most, when the nation was desperate for accurate projections, many pollsters whied. Although most correctly predicted Hillary Clintons narrow popular-vote victory, vaunted poll averages and complex mathematical forecasts larg ely failed to envision Donald Trumps rise to the presiden cy through a convincing triumph in the Electoral College. The rami“cations reverberated swiftly Wednesday, as pundits and voters mocked the surveyors for bumbling their quadrennial moment in the spotlight. The prevailing question is which polls will survive to 20 20 and what adj ustments will be required to avoid another blunder. Many public polls already had disappeared as news organizations ended them amid deteriorating “nances. At some point you have to be at least reasonably close,Ž said Terry Jones, commentator edit or at Investors Business Daily, whose “nal IBD/TIPP tracking poll was the only major national poll in November to give Trump the lead in a race including thirdparty candidates. If youre not making corrections to your polling technique to represent whats happened, your value goes down.Ž In the “nal average of four-way polls tracked by RealClearPolitics, Clinton led 45.5% to Trumps 42.2%, Libertarian Gary Johnsons 4.7% and Green Party candidate Jill Steins 1.9%. Polls that consistent ly gave Clinton a comfortable lead in recent weeks included Bloomberg Politics, CBS News, Fox News, Reuters/Ipsos, USA TODAY/Suolk, Quinnipiac, Monmouth, Economist /YouGov and NBC News/SM, according to RealClearPolitics. All the major forecasters who base their predictions on poll averages and added methodology made Clinton the heavy favorite, including statistics guru Nate Silvers FiveThirtyEight.com, The New York Times  TheUpshot and the Princeton Election Consortium. Silver s team, however, was consistently more conservative a bout Clintons chances, pegging her probability of winning at about 71% in its “nal forecast. The problem with forecasters is that theyre relying on polls. And when the polls go bad, forecasting models go awry. It seems like something went wrong for sureŽ with the polls, said Micah Cohen, politics editor at FiveThirtyEight. National polls werent that far o, but they were o. State polls were o and most importantly they were all o in the same direction „ they underestimated Trump support.Ž Of 61 national polls tracking a two-way race during that period, six gave Trump the lead. And all six were the L.A. Times /University of Southern California poll, one of the only polls to use a recruited panel of voters sharing their opinions online instead of over the phone. Multiple experts said in interviews that national polls appear to have overestimated the percentage and number of minority voters who would back Clinton while underestimating white support for Trump , particularly among women. And overall turnout appea red to be lower than expected, lifting Trump. The support that Hillary Clinton received among AfricanAmericans and among Latinos seems to be lower than the support that Barack Obama received in 2012,Ž said Michael Traugott, professor at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Re-searchs Center for Political Studies. The enthusiasm level for Hillary Clinton I just dont think was there and translated into lower than expected turnout.Ž Core of the problem: Pollsters often use their own proprietary methodology to project likelyŽ voters, weighting previous voting records and the subjects personal statements about their enthusiasm to hit the ballot box. But the people who didnt vote last time are more likely to be Trump supporters,Ž said Arie Kapteyn, director of USCs Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research, whose poll consistently pegged Trump as the leader in recent months. If you eliminate people who didnt v ote last time, you may have eliminated too many Trump supporters.Ž Andra Gillespie, political scientist at Emory University, said the results call into question whether pollsters should even tryto assess the likelihood of respondents actually voting. She said pollsters also appeared to misunderstand the importance of education levels in determining results. Still, she rejected partisan accusations that liberal pollsters purposely slanted their results in Clintons favor. That type of rhetoric is unfair,Ž she said. Method ology will be scruti nized. Gillespie said the L.A. Times /USC polls panel of online voters could gain traction. Declining rates of voter response to phone polls and increased cellphone usage are making it more dicult and costly to poll voters through traditional methods. Even as pollsters and forecasters endure more heat for their role in painting Clinton as the heavy favorite, Cohen said his site is pretty con“dent in our process,Ž which delivers probabilities not deterministic statements.Ž We work really h ard and have worked really hard to account for the uncertainty in the polls. If polls were perfect, you wouldnt need FiveThirtyEight,Ž Cohen said. Accurate polling is really important for our democracy „ and not because it fuels election forecasts. Because it informs how our leader govern us.Ž Unfortunately, even if theyre altogether unbiased politically, pollsters still factor in a fair amount of personal perspective with regard to sampling, weighting and statistical signi“cance.Miscalculations put their methodology under more scrutiny Nathan Bomey@NathanBomey USA TODAY JOE RAEDLE, GETTY IMAGESTrump supporters celebrate during the call for Republican President-elect Donald Trump in the early-morning hours Wednesday at the New York Hilton Midtown in Manhattan. If youre not making corrections to your polling technique to represent whats happened, your value goes down.ŽTerry Jones ,Investors Business DailySoul-searching is ahead for pollsters EWYORKThe political establishment, the nation as a whole, and the world at large began coming to terms Wednesday with a new reality: President-elect Donald J. Trump. Amid shocked reactions across the globe, President Obama and Trump „ who attacked each other vociferously during the campaign „ spoke by phone as the president invited his successorin-waiting to the White House on Thursday for transition planning. In a statement, Obama asked his sta to work for a smooth transition, just as President Geo rge W. Bush and his team did for them eight years ago. He called the peaceful transfer of power one of the hallmarks of our democracy.Ž In accepting victory early Wednesday, the New York businessman struck a conciliatory tone after a brutal campaign against rival Hillary Clinton. Now its time for America to bind the wounds of division „ have to get together,Ž Trump told supporters at the New York Hilton. To all Republicans and Democrats and independents across this nation, I say it is time for us to come togeth er as one united people.Ž In a concession speech, Clinton said her party needs to accept the election of Trump, saying we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead.Ž Trump has no events on Wednesdays schedule, as he and his aides begin putting together a White House sta and Cabinet. In claiming the presidency during the wee hours of Wednesday, the incoming Republican president did not mention his most criticized proposals, including calls to rework trade deals and his pled g e to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Trump also issued his “ rst tweet as president-elect: Such a beautiful and important evening! The forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again. We will all come together as never before.Ž There has never been a president like Trump, someone who has never held poli tical oce or a military leadership position. In a campaign that began in June 2015, Trump argued that the establishmentŽ and the government have betrayed Americans with bad trade deals, leaky immigration policies, and moves t oward a globalized economy that leaves people behind. Thursdays meeting at the White House will match the “rst African-American president with achallenger who made his political name in part by becoming the de facto leader of the birther movement,Ž the false idea that Obama was not born in the United States. Some analysts said racist and sexist animus drove part of Trumps campaign. Political analysts said Trumps status as an outsiderŽ threatening to shake up the establishment resonated with vo ters, as did his attacks on trade and immigration. Hedid better than expected among females and won a large number of working-class whites. House Speaker Paul Ryan said Trump earned a mandateŽ and were going to hit the ground runnin g .ŽPresident-elect vows he will bind woundsConciliatory Trump to meet Obama to talk about transition David Jackson@djusatoday USA TODAY EVAN VUCCI, APPresidentelect Donald Trump speaks during avictory rally on Wednesday in New York.

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Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 SENATE RESULTS AlabamaElectoral votes 9(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......... 718,084 (35%) t Donald Trump (R)...... 1,306,925 (63%) Gary Johnson (I)................ 43,869 (2%) Jill Stein (I).............................9,287 (0%) AlaskaElectoral votes 3( 98%) Hillary Clinton (D)........... 92,013 (38%) t Donald Trump (R).........129,786 (53%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 14,524 (6%) Jill Stein (O)........................... 4,394 (2%) ArizonaElectoral votes 10(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......... 888,401 (45%) Donald Trump (R).........97 3,026 (50%) Gary Johnson (L)...............7 5,091 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................ 23,698 (1%) ArkansasElectoral votes 6(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........37 8,729 (34%) t Donald Trump (R).........677 ,904 (60%) Gary Johnson (L)...............29,518 (3%) Jill Stein (O)...........................9,837 (1%) CaliforniaElectoral votes 55(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)..... 5,481,885 (61%) Donald Trump (R)......2,9 65,704 (33%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 281,467 (3%) Jill Stein (O)......................15 2,317 (2%) ColoradoElectoral votes 9(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)..... 1,126,384 (47%) Donald Trump (R)......1,07 5,770 (45%) Gary Johnson (L).............117 ,906 (5%) Jill Stein (O).........................29,299 (1%) ConnecticutElectoral votes 7( 96%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......... 823,360 (54%) Donald Trump (R).........637 ,919 (42%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 45,999 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................2 1,539 (1%) DelawareElectoral votes 3(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......... 235,581 (53%) Donald Trump (R).........18 5,103 (42%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 14,751 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................... 6,100 (1%) District of ColumbiaElectoral votes 3(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......... 260,223 (93%) Donald Trump (R).............. 11,553 (4%) Gary Johnson (L)................. 4,501 (2%) Jill Stein (DCG) ..................... 3,995 (1%) FloridaElectoral votes 27(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)...... 4,485,745 (48%) t Donald Trump (R)...... 4,605,515 (49%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 206,007 (2%) Jill Stein (O)........................ 64,019 (1%) GeorgiaElectoral votes 15(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)...... 1,837,300 (46%) t Donald Trump (R)...... 2,068,623 (51%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 123,641 (3%) HawaiiElectoral votes 4(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......... 266,827 (62%) Donald Trump (R).........1 28,815 (30%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 15,949 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................ 12,727 (3%) IdahoElectoral votes 4(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........189,677 (28%) t Donald Trump (R). .........407 ,199 (59%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 28,256 (4%) Jill Stein (I)............................. 8,464 (1%) IllinoisElectoral votes 21( 99%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......2,977,498 (55%) Donald Trump (R)...... 2,118,179 (39%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 204,491 (4%) Jill Stein (O).........................7 4,112 (1%) IndianaElectoral votes 11(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......1,029,197 (38%) t Donald Trump (R)...... 1,555,020 (57%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 133,623 (5%) IowaElectoral votes 7(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......... 650,790 (42%) t Donald Trump (R).........7 98,923 (52%) Gary Johnson (L)...............57 ,322 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................11, 119 (1%) KansasElectoral votes 6(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........4 14,788 (36%) t Donald Trump (R)......... 656,009 (57%) Gary Johnson (L)...............53, 648 (5%) Jill Stein (I)..........................22,698 (2%) KentuckyElectoral votes 8(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........6 28,834 (33%) t Donald Trump (R)...... 1,202,942 (63%) Gary Johnson (L)...............53,749 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................13, 913 (1%) LouisianaElectoral votes 9(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........779 ,535 (38%) t Donald Trump (R)......1,178, 004 (58%) Gary Johnson (L)...............37 ,950 (2%) Jill Stein (O)........................14, 018 (1%) MaineElectoral votes 4( 98%) t Hillary Clinton (D).........35 2,485 (48%) Donald Trump (R)......... 332,591 (45%) Gary Johnson (L)................37,578 (5%) Jill Stein (O)........................14, 006 (2%) MarylandElectoral votes 10(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......1,497,951 (61%) Donald Trump (R).........87 3,646 (35%) Gary Johnson (L)...............71,107 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................31, 839 (1%) MassachusettsElectoral votes 12(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......1,964,768 (61%) Donald Trump (R)......1, 083,069 (34%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 136,784 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................46, 910 (1%) MichiganElectoral votes 17(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......2,267,373 (47%) Donald Trump (R)......2,279,210 (48%) Gary Johnson (L).............17 3,021 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................50, 686 (1%) MinnesotaElectoral votes 10(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......1, 363,752 (47%) Donald Trump (R)......1,321, 010 (45%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 112,771 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................36, 919 (1%) MississippiElectoral votes 6(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........46 2,250 (40%) t Donald Trump (R)..........677,782 (58%) Gary Johnson (L)...............13, 817 (1%) Jill Stein (O)...........................3,595 (0%) MissouriElectoral votes 11(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).....1, 054,889 (38%) t Donald Trump (R)......1,585,753 (57%) Gary Johnson (L)...............9 6,404 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................25, 086 (1%) MontanaElectoral votes 3(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........174,249 (36%) t Donald Trump (R).........273,696 (57%) Gary Johnson (L)...............27 ,188 (6%) Jill Stein (O)...........................7 ,654 (2%) NebraskaElectoral votes 5(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........273,858 (34%) t Donald Trump (R).........48 5,819 (60%) Gary Johnson (L)...............37,615 (5%) Jill Stein (O)...........................8, 346 (1%) NevadaElectoral votes 5(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D).........537,753 (48%) Donald Trump (R).........5 11,319 (46%) Gary Johnson (L)...............37,299 (3%) New HampshireElectoral votes 4(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......... 346,816 (48%) Donald Trump (R)......... 345,379 (47%) Gary Johnson (L)...............30,376 (4%) Jill Stein (O)...........................6,246 (1%) New JerseyElectoral votes 15( 99%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......1,979,768 (55%) Donald Trump (R)......1,516, 915 (42%) Gary Johnson (L)...............67,520 (2%) Jill Stein (O)........................35, 503 (1%) New MexicoElectoral votes 5(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)......... 380,724 (48%) Donald Trump (R)......... 315,875 (40%) Gary Johnson (L)...............7 3,669 (9%) Jill Stein (O)...........................9,729 (1%) New YorkElectoral votes 31(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D).....4, 143,541 (59%) Donald Trump (R)......2,637,678 (37%) Gary Johnson (L).............161,857 (2%) Jill Stein (O).........................99 ,880 (1%) North CarolinaElectoral votes 15(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......2,162,074 (47%) t Donald Trump (R)......2,339, 603 (51%) Gary Johnson (L).............127,794 (3%) North DakotaElectoral votes 3(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)...........93,526 ( 28%) t Donald Trump (R).........2 16,133 (64%) Gary Johnson (L)...............2 1,351 (6%) Jill Stein (O)...........................3,769 (1%) OhioElectoral votes 20(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)......2,317, 001 (44%) t Donald Trump (R)......2, 771,984 (52%) Gary Johnson (I)............. 168,599 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................44, 310 (1%) OklahomaElectoral votes 7(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........419,788 (29%) t Donald Trump (R)..........947 ,934 (65%) Gary Johnson (L)...............83, 334 (6%) OregonElectoral votes 7( 99%) t Hillary Clinton (D).........919,591 (52%) Donald Trump (R).........725 ,090 (41%) Gary Johnson (L)...............83,797 (5%) PennsylvaniaElectoral votes 21(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).....2,844,705 (48%) t Donald Trump (R)......2,9 12,941 (49%) Gary Johnson (L).............14 2,653 (2%) Jill Stein (O)........................48,912 (1%) Rhode IslandElectoral votes 4( 99%) t Hillary Clinton (D).........225 ,445 (55%) Donald Trump (R).........16 5,810 (40%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 13,438 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................... 5,725 (1%) South CarolinaElectoral votes 8(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........849,469 (41%) t Donald Trump (R)......1 ,143,611 (55%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 48,715 (2%) Jill Stein (O)........................12,917 (1%) South DakotaElectoral votes 3(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........117,442 (32%) t Donald Trump (R)..........227,701 (62%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 20,845 (6%) TennesseeElectoral votes 11(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........867 ,110 (35%) t Donald Trump (R)......1,517 ,402 (61%) Gary Johnson (I)................7 0,084 (3%) Jill Stein (I).......................... 15,919 (1%) TexasElectoral votes 34( 99%) Hillary Clinton (D).....3,85 2,923 (43%) t Donald Trump (R)......4,677 ,115 (53%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 282,148 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................ 71,086 (1%) UtahElectoral votes 5( 78%) Hillary Clinton (D)......... 222,858 (28%) t Donald Trump (R).........37 5,006 (47%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 25,732 (3%) Jill Stein (O)........................... 5,484 (1%) VermontElectoral votes 3(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D).........178,072 (61%) Donald Trump (R)........... 95,027 (33%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 10,041 (3%) Jill Stein (O)...........................6,742 (2%) VirginiaElectoral votes 13(100%) t Hillary Clinton (D)..... 1,916,845 (50%) Donald Trump (R)......1,7 31,156 (45%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 116,600 (3%) Jill Stein (O).........................27 ,272 (1%) WashingtonElectoral votes 11( 65%) t Hillary Clinton (D)..... 1,118,772 (56%) Donald Trump (R).........7 50,719 (38%) Gary Johnson (L)...............78,748 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................ 26,346 (1%) West VirginiaElectoral votes 5(100%) Hillary Clinton (D).........187,457 (26%) t Donald Trump (R)......... 486,198 (69%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 22,798 (3%) Jill Stein (Mnt) ....................... 8,000 (1%) WisconsinElectoral votes 10(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)..... 1,382,210 (47%) t Donald Trump (R)...... 1,409,467 (48%) Gary Johnson (L)............. 106,442 (4%) Jill Stein (O)........................ 30,980 (1%) WyomingElectoral votes 3(100%) Hillary Clinton (D)........... 55,949 (23%) t Donald Trump (R).........174,248 (70%) Gary Johnson (L)............... 13,285 (5%) Jill Stein (I).............................2,512 (1%) t Â…Winner declared by AP DÂ…Democrat RÂ…Republican LÂ…Libertarian OÂ…Other party or Independent(%)Â…Precincts reporting (%)Â…Pctg. of votes wonHow to read resultsPRESIDENTIAL RESULTS Alabama(100%) Ron Crumpton (D).........737,542 (36%) t Richard Shelby * (R)...1,323,184 (64%) Alaska( 98%) Ray Metcalfe (D).............27 ,830 (11%) t Lisa Murkowski * (R)..... 110,226 (44%) Arizona(100%) Ann Kirkpatrick (D)......7 98,508 (41%) t John McCain * (R)....... 1,034,114 (53%) Arkansas(100%) Conner Eldridge (D)......397,970 (36%) t John Boozman * (R).......657,856 (60%) California(100%) t Kamala Harris (D)..... 4,861,261 (63%) Loretta Sanchez (D)..2,914,651 (37%) Colorado(100%) t Michael Bennet * (D).1,160,512 (49%) Darryl Glenn (R)......... 1,087,585 (46%) Connecticut( 96%) t R. Blumenthal * (D)........92 1,937 (63%) Dan Carter (R)...............5 20,052 (35%) Florida(100%) Patrick Murphy (D)...4,105,251 (44%) t Marco Rubio * (R)....... 4,822,182 (52%) Georgia(100%) Jim Barksdale (D)..... 1,565,006 (41%) t Johnny Isakson * (R)..2,110,737 (55%) Hawaii(100%) t Brian Schatz * (D)........... 306,543 (74%) John Carroll (R)............... 92,620 (22%) Idaho(100%) Jerry Sturgill (D)............ 188,104 (28%) t Mike Crapo * (R).............447,342 (66%) Illinois( 99%) t T. Duckworth (D)........ 2,908,363 (54%) Mark Kirk * (R)............. 2,150,099 (40%) Indiana(100%) Evan Bayh (D)............ 1,155,108 (42%) t Todd Young (R)..........1,42 1,687 (52%) Iowa(100%) Patty Judge (D)............. 546,974 (36%) t Chuck Grassley * (R)..... 923,280 (60%) Kansas(100%) Patrick Wiesner (D)...... 368,672 (32%) t Jerry Moran * (R)........... 716,661 (62%) Kentucky(100%) Jim Gray (D).................. 813,222 (43%) t Rand Paul * (R)............ 1,090,151 (57%) Louisiana(100%) Charles Boustany (R)....297,744 (15%) Foster Campbell (D).....337 ,682 (17%) John Fleming (R)........... 203,959 (11%) John Kennedy (R)......... 482,380 (25%) David Duke (R)................... 58,581 (3%) Caroline Fayard (D)......2 40,748 (12%) Rob Maness (R).................. 90,812 (5%) Charles Marsala (R)............ 3,683 (0%) Donald Crawford (R)........ 25,503 (1%) Gary Landrieu (D)............. 45,520 (2%) Vinny Mendoza (D)............. 4,923 (0%) Joshua Pellerin (D)..............7 ,386 (0%) Joseph Cao (R)...................2 1,011 (1%) Derrick Edwards (D).........5 1,724 (3%) Abhay Patel (R)....................1,574 (0%) Peter Williams (D)............... 6,844 (0%) Maryland(100%) t Chris Van Hollen (D).1,488,845 (60%) Kathy Szeliga (R).......... 898,902 (36%) Missouri(100%) Jason Kander (D)...... 1,283,222 (46%) t Roy Blunt * (R)..............1,370,240 (49%) Nevada(100%) t C. Cortez Masto (D).....5 20,658 (47%) Joe Heck (R)...................494,427 (45%) New Hampshire(100%) t Maggie Hassan (D)...... 353,978 (48%) Kelly Ayotte * (R)............ 353,262 (48%) New York(100%) t Charles Schumer * (D)4,788,367 (70%) Wendy Long (R)......... 1,865,347 (27%) North Carolina(100%) Deborah Ross (D)...... 2,102,666 (45%) t Richard Burr * (R)........2,3 71,192 (51%) North Dakota(100%) Eliot Glassheim (D)..........57,976 (17%) t John Hoeven * (R)..........267,964 (79%) Ohio(100%) Ted Strickland (D)...... 1,929,873 (37%) t Rob Portman * (R)...... 3,048,467 (58%) Oklahoma(100%) t James Lankford * (R)....979,728 (68%) Mike Workman (D)...... 355,389 (25%) Oregon( 99%) t Ron Wyden * (D)......... 1,020,027 (57%) Mark Callahan (R)........ 602,422 (34%) Pennsylvania(100%) Katie McGinty (D)......2,7 93,668 (47%) t Pat Toomey * (R)......... 2,893,833 (49%) South Carolina(100%) Thomas Dixon (D).........75 2,001 (37%) t Tim Scott * (R).............. 1,228,844 (61%) South Dakota(100%) Jay Williams (D)........... 104,125 (28%) t John Thune * (R)............. 265,494 (72%) Utah( 78%) Misty Snow (D)..............2 15,700 (27%) t Mike Lee * (R).................. 538,284 (68%) Vermont(100%) t Patrick Leahy * (D)......... 191,739 (61%) Scott Milne (R)............... 103,224 (33%) Washington( 66%) t Patty Murray * (D)......1,2 16,070 (61%) Chris Vance (R)..............7 84,476 (39%) Wisconsin(100%) Russ Feingold (D)...... 1,380,496 (47%) t Ron Johnson * (R).......1,479,262 (50%) Alabama Right to Work(100%) t Yes................................ 1,105,938 (70%) No.................................... 483,640 (30%) Membership in a labor union cannot be used as a requirement for employment. Arkansas Medical marijuana Con Amend(100%) t Yes.................................... 581,259 (53%) No....................................5 11,977 (47%) Allows medical use of marijuana and creates system of dispensaries to grow and distribute to qualified patients. Arizona Legalize Marijuana(100%) Yes....................................929,518 (48%) t No................................. 1,011,836 (52%) Allows recreational use of marijuana, with limits on possession and on cultivation of plants; establishes 15% tax. Increase Minimum Wage(100%) t Yes................................ 1,136,736 (59%) No....................................7 90,389 (41%) Increases minimum wage to $12.00 by 202 and extablishes minimum sick leave standard. California Adult Film Health Regs(100%) Yes................................ 3,888,895 (46%) t No................................. 4,553,833 (54%) Requires use of condoms in adult films made in California, and requires film producers to pay for vaccinations and test for sexually transmitted infections. Death Penalty Repeal(100%) Yes................................3,9 71,872 (46%) t No................................. 4,650,097 (54%) Legalize Marijuana(100%) t Yes................................. 4,957,215 (56%) No................................. 3,923,777 (44%) Legalizes recreational use and creates a Bureau of Marijuana Control to regulate and license the marijuana industry. Colorado Increase Minimum Wage(100%) t Yes................................ 1,288,124 (54%) No................................. 1,083,917 (46%) Sets minimum wage at $9.30 per hour with annual increases to $12 in 2020. Medical Aid in Dying(100%) t Yes................................1,5 22,241 (65%) No.................................... 835,614 (35%) Allows patient with diagnosis of death within 6 months to receive prescription for fatal doses of medication. Expand Unaffiliated Voting(100%) Yes................................ 1,196,051 (52%) No................................. 1,085,219 (48%) Creates "open" Colorado primaries for state and local elections, allowing unaffiliated voters to participate. Florida Medical marijuana(100%) t Yes................................6,49 6,157 (71%) No.................................2,6 16,128 (29%) Allows use of medical marijuana for patients with "debilitating medical conditions." Georgia Fireworks Tax(100%) t Yes................................ 3,156,826 (81%) No....................................7 35,351 (19%) State legalized fi reworks sales in 2015; initiative directs tax rev enue from fireworks to public safety and trauma care. Indiana Right to Hunt(100%) t Yes................................ 1,864,596 (78%) No....................................52 4,356 (22%) Amends state constitution to create a right to "hunt, fish and harvest wildlife." Maine Legalize Marijuana( 98%) Yes....................................37 6,123 (50%) No....................................3 72,936 (50%) Authorizes state agriculture department to regulate possession and sale of marijuana for recreational purposes. Gun Background Checks( 98%) Yes....................................359,733 (48%) t No.................................... 390,200 (52%) Requires background checks for transfers of firearms between people not licensed as firearms dealers. Allow Ranked-Choice Voting( 98%) t Yes.................................... 381,278 (52%) No....................................35 1,956 (48%) Creates new voting system for all but presidential race. Voters rank candidates; 2nd place vote will be counted if voter's 1st place choice is eliminated but no other candidate has majority. Massachusetts Legalize Marijuana(100%) t Yes.................................1,7 45,904 (54%) No.................................1,5 12,180 (46%) Creates a Cannabis Control Commission to oversee licensing and regulation of recreational marijuana. Missouri Voter ID(100%) t Yes................................1,698,336 (63%) No....................................9 93,880 (37%) Amends state constitution to add that voters may be required to produce a photo ID to verify residence. Montana Create Crime Victim Rights(100%) t Yes....................................318 ,436 (66%) No....................................164 ,684 (34%) Amends state constitution to create rights for victims of crimes, including right to be notified of release or escape of the accused. Expand Medical Marijuana(100%) t Yes....................................284,030 (58%) No.................................... 208,806 (42%) Removes limit on number of patients medical provider can serve; adds PTSD to conditions that can be treated with marijuana. Nebraska Repeal LB 268(100%) Retain. ............................. 280,587 (39%) t Repeal.............................443, 506 (61%) Legislature banned death penalty in 2015; initiative would overturn the ban and reinstate the death penalty. Nevada Expand Gun Background Checks (100%) t Yes.................................... 558,586 (50%) No.................................... 548,685 (50%) Requires individuals to run a background check through a licensed gun dealer before transferring firearm to another person. Legalize Marijuana(100%) t Yes.................................... 602,400 (54%) No....................................503,615 (46%) Legalizes purchase and consumption of up to one ounce of marijuana; state Department of Taxation would regulate sales and production. North Dakota Crime Victim Rights(100%) t Yes.................................... 206,624 (62%) No.................................... 126,533 (38%) Amends constitution to include victims' bill of rights. Medical Marijuana(100%) t Yes....................................2 15,239 (64%) No.................................... 122,411 (36%) Makes it legal for North Dakota residents to possess up to 3 ounces of marijuana for medical purposes. Oklahoma Execution Methods(100%) t Yes....................................94 1,336 (66%) No.....................................477,057 (34%) Allows death penalty by any method not prohibited by U.S. Constitution; if method is deemed invalid, death penalty remains in force until a valid execution method is found. Funds for Religious Use(100%) Yes.................................... 606,675 (43%) t No.................................... 808,248 (57%) Eliminates language in state constitution barring use of public funds for religious purposes; language led to removal of Ten Commandments monument from grounds of state capitol. South Dakota Nonpartisan Elections(100%) Yes....................................157 ,844 (45%) t No.....................................196,767 (55%) Eliminates partisan primaries; no party ID on the ballot, top two vote-getters advance to general election. Campain Finance Overhaul(100%) t Yes.................................... 180,580 (52%) No.....................................169 ,220 (48%) Lowers limits for political contributions and establishes public fund allowing voters to direct "credits" to candidates who accept spending limits. Virginia Right to Work(100%) Yes................................1,69 4,127 (47%) t No.................................1,927, 777 (53%) Enshrines in state constitution longstanding law barring union membership as a condition of employment.SELECTED BALLOT ISSUES Delaware(100%) t John Carney (D)............2 48,402 (58%) Colin Bonini (R).............. 166,849 (39%) Indiana(100%) John Gregg (D)..........1, 232,027 (45%) t Eric Holcomb (R)........1, 395,186 (51%) Missouri(100%) Chris Koster (D)..........1,261, 110 (45%) t Eric Greitens (R).........1,424,730 (51%) Montana(100%) t Steve Bullock * (D)......... 250,388 (50%) Greg Gianforte (R)....... 231,762 (46%) New Hampshire(100%) Colin Van Ostern (D)....337,141 (47%) t Chris Sununu (R)........... 353,427 (49%) North Carolina(100%) Roy Cooper (D)..........2, 281,155 (49%) Pat McCrory * (R)........2,276, 383 (49%) North Dakota(100%) Marvin Nelson (D)..........65,692 ( 19%) t Doug Burgum (R)..........259,067 (77%) Oregon( 99%) t Kate Brown * (D)............907 ,509 (51%) Bud Pierce (R)................7 82,804 (44%) Utah( 78%) t Gary Herbert * (R)......... 531,634 (67%) Mike Weinholtz (D)...... 226,729 (29%) Vermont(100%) Sue Minter (D)............... 138,852 (44%) t Phil Scott (R)................... 166,172 (53%) Washington( 66%) t Jay Inslee * (D)............1,124, 030 (56%) Bill Bryant (R).................87 3,686 (44%) West Virginia(100%) t Jim Justice (D)............... 348,071 (49%) Bill Cole (R)..................... 300,141 (42%)GOVERNORS

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com Page 5 t Â…Winner declared by AP*Â…Incumbent DÂ…Democrat RÂ…Republican(%)Â…Precincts reporting (%)Â…Pctg. of votes wonHow to read results ALABAMA District 1 t Bradley Byrne* (R). ................... Unopposed District 2(100%) Nathan Mathis (D). .............. 111,640 (45%) t Martha Roby* (R). ................ 134,450 (55%) District 3(100%) Jesse Smith (D). ....................... 93,567 (33%) t Mike Rogers* (R). .................. 190,724 (67%) District 4 t Robert Aderholt* (R). ............... Unopposed District 5(100%) Will Boyd (D). ........................ 101,577 (33%) t Mo Brooks* (R)...................... 204,791 (67%) District 6(100%) David Putman (D). .................. 81,296 (25%) t Gary Palmer* (R). .................2 40,897 (75%) District 7 t Terri Sewell* (D). ....................... Unopposed ALASKA At-large( 98%) Steve Lindbeck (D). ................. 90,180 (37%) t Don Young* (R). ....................12 4,581 (50%) ARIZONA District 1(100%) t Tom O'Halleran (D). ............. 111,768 (51%) Paul Babeu (R). .......................94,299 (43%) District 2(100%) Matt Heinz (D). ..................... 114,401 (43%) t Martha McSally* (R). ............ 150,103 (57%) District 3 t Raul Grijalva* (D). ..................... Unopposed District 4(100%) Mikel Weisser (D). .................. 64,314 (28%) t Paul Gosar* (R). ....................16 2,101 (72%) District 5(100%) Talia Fuentes (D). ....................87,850 (37%) t Andy Biggs (R). ..................... 150,902 (63%) District 6(100%) John Williamson (D). .............. 95,067 (39%) t David Schweikert* (R). .........151,870 (62%) District 7(100%) t Ruben Gallego* (D). ...............8 5,267 (74%) Eve Nunez (R). .........................29 ,205 (26%) District 8(100%) t Trent Franks* (R)...................159 ,532 (69%) District 9(100%) t Kyrsten Sinema* (D). ............12 4,843 (61%) Dave Giles (R). .........................79 ,395 (39%) ARKANSAS District 1(100%) t Rick Crawford* (R). ............... 183,068 (77%) District 2(100%) Dianne Curry (D). ................. 111,049 (37%) t French Hill* (R). .....................17 6,100 (58%) District 3(100%) t Steve Womack* (R). .............2 14,268 (77%) District 4(100%) t Bruce Westerman* (R). ........ 181,921 (75%) CALIFORNIA District 1(100%) Jim Reed (D). ........................... 90,915 (41%) t Doug LaMalfa* (R). .............. 130,026 (59%) District 2(100%) t Jared Huffman* (D). ............. 154,411 (76%) Dale Mensing (R). ....................47,490 (24%) District 3(100%) t John Garamendi* (D). ......... 102,237 (60%) Eugene Cleek (R). ....................69 ,563 (41%) District 4(100%) Robert Derlet (D). ................... 88,690 (38%) t Tom McClintock* (R). ............ 146,704 (62%) District 5(100%) t Mike Thompson* (D). ...........147 ,902 (77%) Carlos Santamaria (R). .......... 44,223 (23%) District 6(100%) t Doris Matsui* (D). ................. 102,272 (75%) Robert Evans (R). .................... 34,383 (25%) District 7(100%) Ami Bera* (D).......................... 86,794 (51%) Scott Jones (R). ........................ 84,700 (49%) District 8(100%) Rita Ramirez (D). ..................... 60,496 (37%) t Paul Cook* (R). ...................... 104,091 (63%) District 9(100%) t Jerry McNerney* (D). ............. 80,187 (57%) Tony Amador (R). .................... 60,509 (43%) District 10(100%) Michael Eggman (D). .............73,246 (48%) t Jeff Denham* (R). ................... 80,668 (52%) District 11(100%) t Mark DeSaulnier* (D). ..........137,649 (71%) Roger Petersen (R). ................. 54,942 (29%) District 12(100%) t Nancy Pelosi* (D). ................18 5,039 (82%) District 13(100%) t Barbara Lee* (D). ................. 166,145 (90%) Sue Caro (R).............................17,774 (10%) District 14(100%) t Jackie Speier* (D). ................149,847 (81%) Angel Cardenas (R)................ 35,246 (19%) District 15(100%) t Eric Swalwell* (D). ................ 120,387 (73%) Danny Turner (R). .................... 43,910 (27%) District 16(100%) t Jim Costa* (D). .........................57 ,545 (55%) Johnny Tacherra (R). .............. 46,371 (45%) District 17(100%) Mike Honda* (D). ....................57,378 (40%) t Ro Khanna (D). ........................8 5,311 (60%) District 18(100%) t Anna Eshoo* (D). ...................147,599 (72%) Richard Fox (R). ....................... 58,511 (28%) District 19(100%) t Zoe Lofgren* (D). .................. 111,200 (74%) Burt Lancaster (R). .................. 40,063 (26%) District 20(100%) t Jimmy Panetta (D). .............. 103,059 (71%) Casey Lucius (R). .....................4 2,981 (29%) District 21(100%) Emilio Huerta (D). ................... 34,171 (41%) t David Valadao* (R). ............... 48,308 (59%) District 22(100%) Louie Campos (D). .................. 44,845 (32%) t Devin Nunes* (R). ....................97,376 (68%) District 23(100%) Wendy Reed (D). .....................49 ,432 (29%) t Kevin McCarthy* (R). ............ 118,744 (71%) District 24(100%) t Salud Carbajal (D). .............. 114,270 (54%) Justin Fareed (R). .................... 98,214 (46%) District 25(100%) Bryan Caforio (D). ...................79 ,533 (46%) t Steve Knight* (R). ....................9 4,552 (54%) District 26(100%) t Julia Brownley* (D). .............. 118,096 (60%) Rafael Dagnesses (R). ........... 80,321 (40%) District 27(100%) t Judy Chu* (D). ....................... 112,421 (67%) Jack Orswell (R)...................... 56,013 (33%) District 28(100%) t Adam Schiff* (D). .................. 140,287 (78%) Lenore Solis (R). ...................... 40,106 (22%) District 29(100%) Richard Alarcon (D). ............... 28,115 (25%) t Tony Cardenas* (D). ............... 84,292 (75%) District 30(100%) t Brad Sherman* (D). ............. 133,150 (73%) Mark Reed (R). ........................ 50,448 (27%) District 31(100%) t Pete Aguilar* (D). ....................77 ,399 (55%) Paul Chabot (R). ..................... 63,602 (45%) District 32(100%) Roger Hernandez (D). ............49,567 (38%) t Grace Napolitano* (D). ......... 80,977 (62%) District 33(100%) t Ted Lieu* (D). ......................... 144,541 (66%) Kenneth Wright (R). ...............7 3,433 (34%) District 34(100%) t Xavier Becerra* (D). ............... 81,188 (79%) Adrienne Edwards (D) ...........2 1,954 (21%) District 35(100%) t Norma Torres* (D). .................79 ,813 (72%) Tyler Fischella (R). ................... 31,804 (29%) District 36(100%) t Raul Ruiz* (D). ......................... 92,785 (60%) Jeff Stone (R). .......................... 60,885 (40%) District 37(100%) t Karen Bass* (D). ...................12 1,168 (82%) Chris Wiggins (D). .................. 26,456 (18%) District 38(100%) t Linda Sanchez* (D). .............. 112,704 (70%) Ryan Downing (R). .................. 48,365 (30%) District 39(100%) Brett Murdock (D). ..................75,477 (42%) t Ed Royce* (R)......................... 104,247 (58%) District 40(100%) t Lucille Roybal-Allard* (D). .....7 3,336 (72%) District 41(100%) tMark Takano* (D). ..................7 5,154 (63%) Doug Shepherd (R). ................ 44,942 (37%) District 42(100%) Tim Sheridan (D). .................... 64,004 (40%) t Ken Calvert* (R). ..................... 95,714 (60%) District 43(100%) t Maxine Waters* (D). ............109 ,327 (76%) Omar Navarro (R). ................. 35,081 (24%) District 44(100%) t Nanette Barragan (D). ..........6 1,828 (51%) Isadore Hall (D). ..................... 58,983 (49%) District 45(100%) Ron Varasteh (D). ................... 86,894 (41%) t Mimi Walters* (R). ................127,705 (60%) District 46(100%) t Lou Correa (D). ........................67,798 (70%) Bao Nguyen (D). ..................... 28,784 (30%) District 47(100%) t Alan Lowenthal* (D). ............ 102,295 (63%) Andy Whallon (R). .................. 60,191 (37%) District 48(100%) Suzanne Savary (D). ............... 88,461 (41%) t Dana Rohrabacher* (R). ..... 126,485 (59%) District 49(100%) Doug Applegate (D). ..............89,704 (49%) Darrell Issa* (R). ...................... 93,684 (51%) District 50(100%) Patrick Malloy (D). ..................57 ,250 (36%) t Duncan D. Hunter* (R). ........ 102,773 (64%) District 51(100%) t Juan Vargas* (D). ...................7 0,363 (72%) Juan Hidalgo (R). ....................27,469 (28%) District 52(100%) t Scott Peters* (D). ................... 100,296 (57%) Denise Gitsham (R). ................76,943 (43%) District 53(100%) t Susan Davis* (D). .................. 106,187 (66%) James Veltmeyer (R). ............. 54,439 (34%) COLORADO District 1(100%) t Diana DeGette* (D). .............173,674 (68%) Charles Stockham (R). ............73,376 (29%) District 2(100%) t Jared Polis* (D). .................... 234,013 (57%) Nicholas Morse (R). .............. 153,731 (37%) District 3(100%) t Scott Tipton* (R). ...................18 5,238 (54%) Gail Schwartz (D). ................139 ,600 (41%) District 4(100%) Bob Seay (D). ........................ 113,365 (31%) t Ken Buck* (R). ........................ 231,884 (64%) District 5(100%) Misty Plowright (D). ..............109,573 (31%) t Doug Lamborn* (R). ............. 222,169 (62%) District 6(100%) t Mike Coffman* (R). ..............16 2,208 (52%) Morgan Carroll (D). ............. 133,963 (43%) District 7(100%) t Ed Perlmutter* (D). ................167 ,884 (55%) G. Athanasopoulos (R). ....... 122,702 (40%) CONNECTICUT District 1(100%) t John Larson* (D). .................. 188,286 (64%) Matthew Corey (R). .............. 100,976 (34%) District 2(100%) t Joe Courtney* (D). ................207,037 (63%) Daria Novak (R). ................... 111,191 (34%) District 3( 99%) t Rosa DeLauro* (D). .............. 203,989 (68%) Angel Cadena (R). ..................9 4,533 (32%) District 4( 79%) t Jim Himes* (D). ..................... 133,630 (57%) John Shaban (R). .................. 101,053 (43%) District 5( 99%) t Elizabeth Esty* (D). ...............17 4,364 (57%) Clay Cope (R). .......................129,469 (43%) DELAWARE At-large(100%) t Lisa Rochester (D). ............... 233,542 (56%) Hans Reigle (R). .................... 172,290 (41%) FLORIDA District 1(100%) Steven Specht (D). ................ 113,586 (31%) t Matt Gaetz (R). ..................... 254,280 (69%) District 2(100%) Walter Dartland (D). ............ 102,596 (30%) t Neal Dunn (R). ...................... 230,838 (67%) District 3(100%) Ken McGurn (D). ................... 135,688 (40%) t Ted Yoho* (R). ....................... 193,261 (57%) District 4(100%) David Bruderly (D). .............. 112,253 (28%) t John Rutherford (R). ............. 286,018 (70%) District 5(100%) t Al Lawson (D). ....................... 193,430 (64%) Glo Smith (R). ........................107,784 (36%) District 6(100%) Bill McCullough (D). .............. 150,677 (41%) t Ron DeSantis* (R). ................2 13,180 (59%) District 7(100%) t Stephanie Murphy (D). ........ 181,758 (51%) John Mica* (R). ...................... 171,412 (49%) District 8(100%) Corry Westbrook (D). .......... 126,962 (33%) t Bill Posey* (R). .......................2 46,257 (63%) District 9(100%) t Darren Soto (D). ...................194,963 (57%) Wayne Liebnitzky (R). .......... 144,281 (43%) District 10(100%) t Val Demings (D). .................. 198,309 (65%) Thuy Lowe (R). .......................107,423 (35%) District 11(100%) Dave Koller (D). .....................124,599 (32%) t Daniel Webster* (R). ............257 ,881 (65%) District 12(100%) Robert Tager (D). .................. 115,909 (31%) t Gus Bilirakis* (R). .................. 253,347 (69%) District 13(100%) t Charlie Crist (D). ................... 184,371 (52%) David Jolly* (R). .....................170,964 (48%) District 14(100%)t Kathy Castor* (D). ................194,851 (62%) Christine Quinn (R). .............. 120,584 (38%) District 15(100%) Jim Lange (D). ....................... 134,945 (43%) t Dennis Ross* (R). ................... 182,498 (58%) District 16(100%) Jan Schneider (D). ................ 154,854 (40%) t Vern Buchanan* (R). ............ 230,187 (60%) District 17(100%) April Freeman (D). ............... 115,801 (34%) t Tom Rooney* (R). ..................209 ,135 (62%) District 18(100%) Randy Perkins (D). ................16 1,328 (43%) t Brian Mast (R). ...................... 201,011 (54%) District 19(100%) Robert Neeld (D). ................. 123,625 (34%) t Francis Rooney (R). ............... 238,975 (66%) District 20(100%) t Alcee Hastings* (D). ............. 220,452 (80%) Gary Stein (R). ......................... 54,079 (20%) District 21(100%) t Lois Frankel* (D). .................. 208,999 (63%) Paul Spain (R). .......................117,273 (35%) District 22(100%) t Ted Deutch* (D). ....................197,396 (59%) Andrea McGee (R). ...............137,691 (41%) District 23(100%) t D. W. Schultz* (D). ................. 180,979 (57%) Joe Kaufman (R). ..................129 ,400 (41%) District 24 t Frederica Wilson* (D). ............. Unopposed District 25(100%) Alina Valdes (D). ..................... 95,008 (38%) t Mario Diaz-Balart* (R). .........157,748 (62%) District 26(100%) Joe Garcia (D)....................... 115,348 (41%) t Carlos Curbelo* (R). ............. 148,445 (53%) District 27(100%) Scott Fuhrman (D). ...............129 ,548 (45%) t Ileana Ros-Lehtinen* (R). .....157,763 (55%) GEORGIA District 1 t Buddy Carter* (R). .................... Unopposed District 2(100%) t Sanford Bishop* (D). ............ 146,284 (61%) Greg Duke (R)......................... 93,392 (39%) District 3(100%) Angela Pendley (D). ............... 95,736 (32%) t Drew Ferguson (R). .............. 206,930 (68%) District 4(100%) t Hank Johnson* (D). ..............2 14,278 (76%) Victor Armendariz (R). ............69,075 (24%) District 5(100%) t John Lewis* (D). ....................24 1,773 (85%) Douglas Bell (R). ..................... 44,032 (15%) District 6(100%) Rodney Stooksbury (D). .......119 ,536 (38%) t Tom Price* (R). ....................... 191,792 (62%) District 7(100%) Rashid Malik (D). .................. 113,593 (40%) t Rob Woodall* (R). ................17 3,638 (60%) District 8(100%) James Harris (D). .................... 81,903 (32%) t Austin Scott* (R). ................... 171,529 (68%) District 9 t Doug Collins* (R). ...................... Unopposed District 10 t Jody Hice* (R). ........................... Unopposed District 11(100%) Don Wilson (D). .................... 104,401 (33%) t Barry Loudermilk* (R). .........2 16,772 (68%) District 12(100%) Tricia McCracken (D). ............. 98,870 (38%) t Rick Allen* (R). ....................... 158,705 (62%) District 13 t David Scott* (D). ....................... Unopposed District 14 t Tom Graves* (R)........................ Unopposed HAWAII District 1(100%) t Colleen Hanabusa (D). ....... 145,365 (72%) Shirlene Ostrov (R). ................ 45,939 (23%) District 2(100%) t Tulsi Gabbard* (D). ..............17 0,829 (81%) Angela Kaaihue (R). ...............39,662 (19%) IDAHO District 1(100%) James Piotrowski (D). .......... 111,035 (32%) t Raul Labrador* (R). .............. 236,397 (68%) District 2(100%) Jennifer Martinez (D). ............97 ,250 (29%) t Mike Simpson* (R). ............... 208,887 (63%) ILLINOIS District 1( 96%) t Bobby Rush* (D). ...................22 1,551 (73%) August Deuser (R). .................. 80,161 (27%) District 2( 99%) t Robin Kelly* (D). ....................229 ,184 (80%) John Morrow (R). .................... 58,788 (20%) District 3 t Dan Lipinski* (D). ...................... Unopposed District 4 t Luis Gutierrez* (D). ................... Unopposed District 5( 98%) t Mike Quigley* (D). ................ 201,983 (68%) Vince Kolber (R). ..................... 82,931 (28%) District 6(100%) Amanda Howland (D). ........ 140,023 (41%) t Peter Roskam* (R). ................ 205,746 (60%) District 7( 95%) t Danny Davis* (D). ................. 232,322 (84%) Jeffrey Leef (R). ....................... 44,242 (16%) District 8(100%) t Raja Krishnamoorthi (D). ....14 1,138 (58%) Pete DiCianni (R). ................. 101,893 (42%) District 9( 97%) t Jan Schakowsky* (D). .......... 203,834 (66%) Joan McCarthy Lasonde (R)105,920 (34%) District 10(100%) t Brad Schneider (D). ..............147,299 (52%) Robert Dold* (R). .................. 133,383 (48%) District 11(100%) t Bill Foster* (D). .......................157,659 (60%) Tonia Khouri (R). ................... 105,762 (40%) District 12(100%) C.J. Baricevic (D). .................. 123,754 (40%) t Mike Bost* (R). .......................169 ,233 (54%) District 13(100%) Mark Wicklund (D). .............. 125,932 (40%) t Rodney Davis* (R). ................ 186,791 (60%) District 14(100%) Jim Walz (D).......................... 134,362 (40%) t Randy Hultgren* (R). ............197,962 (60%)District 15 t John Shimkus* (R). .................... Unopposed District 16 t Adam Kinzinger* (R). ............... Unopposed District 17(100%) t Cheri Bustos* (D). ..................170,746 (60%) Patrick Harlan (R). ................ 113,141 (40%) District 18(100%) Junius Rodriguez (D). ............. 95,741 (28%) t Darin LaHood* (R). ...............2 48,701 (72%) INDIANA District 1(100%) t Peter Visclosky* (D). .............207,299 (82%) District 2( 99%) Lynn Coleman (D). ................ 102,332 (37%) t Jackie Walorski* (R). ............ 164,276 (59%) District 3(100%) Tommy Schrader (D). ............. 65,908 (23%) t Jim Banks (R). ........................ 201,216 (70%) District 4(100%) John Dale (D). ......................... 91,153 (30%) t Todd Rokita* (R). .................. 193,272 (65%) District 5(100%) Angela Demaree (D). .......... 123,250 (34%) t Susan Brooks* (R). ................22 1,087 (61%) District 6(100%) Barry Welsh (D). ......................79,075 (27%) t Luke Messer* (R). .................. 204,844 (69%) District 7( 99%) t Andre Carson* (D). .............. 156,591 (60%) Catherine Ping (R). ................. 93,663 (36%) District 8( 97%) Ron Drake (D).......................... 93,130 (32%) t Larry Bucshon* (R). ...............187,569 (64%) District 9(100%) Shelli Yoder (D). .................... 130,539 (40%) t Trey Hollingsworth (R). ........174,698 (54%) IOWA District 1(100%) Monica Vernon (D). ..............17 6,447 (46%) t Rod Blum* (R). ....................... 206,273 (54%) District 2(100%) t Dave Loebsack* (D). .............197 ,802 (54%) Christopher Peters (R). ........170,529 (46%) District 3(100%) Jim Mowrer (D)..................... 154,780 (40%) t David Young* (R). ................. 208,264 (54%) District 4(100%) Kim Weaver (D)....................14 2,018 (39%) t Steve King* (R). ..................... 225,842 (61%) KANSAS District 1(100%) t Roger Marshall (R). .............. 166,051 (66%) District 2(100%) Britani Potter (D). ....................9 4,561 (32%) t Lynn Jenkins* (R). ..................177,851 (61%) District 3(100%) Jay Sidie (D). ......................... 135,778 (41%) t Kevin Yoder* (R). ................... 171,647 (51%) District 4(100%) Daniel Giroux (D). ..................7 8,822 (29%) t Mike Pompeo* (R). ............... 163,406 (61%) KENTUCKY District 1(100%) Samuel Gaskins (D). .............. 81,710 (27%) t James Comer (R). .................2 16,957 (73%) District 2 t Brett Guthrie* (R). ..................... Unopposed District 3(100%) t John Yarmuth* (D). ...............2 12,388 (64%) Harold Bratcher (R). ............. 122,085 (37%) District 4(100%) Calvin Sidle (D). ......................9 4,064 (29%) t Thomas Massie* (R). ............ 233,922 (71%) District 5 t Hal Rogers* (R). ........................ Unopposed District 6(100%) Nancy Jo Kemper (D). ......... 128,725 (39%) t Andy Barr* (R). ...................... 202,094 (61%) LOUISIANA District 1(100%) Lee Ann Dugas (D). ................4 1,816 (13%) Danil Faust (D). .......................... 12,698 (4%) t Steve Scalise* (R). .................2 43,575 (75%) Joe Swider (D). .............................9 ,231 (3%) District 2(100%) Kenneth Cutno (D). ................. 28,826 (10%) Kip Holden (D). ........................57 ,083 (20%) t Cedric Richmond* (D). ......... 198,169 (70%) District 3(100%) Scott Angelle (R). ..................... 91,374 (29%) Clay Higgins (R). ..................... 84,809 (27%) Larry Rader (D). .........................27,807 (9%) Herman Vidrine (R). ................... 1,354 (0%) Bryan Barrilleaux (R). .................6,215 (2%) Grover Rees (R). .......................... 2,455 (1%) Greg Ellison (R). ........................2 4,845 (8%) Gus Rantz (R). ............................ 25,640 (8%) Brett Geymann (R). ...................2 1,606 (7%) Jacob Hebert (D). ..................... 28,358 (9%) District 4(100%) Oliver Jenkins (R). ................... 44,500 (16%) Marshall Jones (D). ................ 80,558 (28%) Mike Johnson (R). ...................7 0,556 (25%) Trey Baucum (R). ..................... 50,395 (18%) Elbert Guillory (R). .....................2 1,011 (7%) Rick John (R). ............................. 13,215 (5%) District 5(100%) t Ralph Abraham* (R). ........... 208,504 (82%) Billy Burkette (R). .....................47 ,106 (18%) District 6(100%) Bob Bell (R). ............................. 33,585 (10%) t Garret Graves* (R). ..............207 ,453 (63%) Richard Lieberman (D). ..........49,352 (15%) Jermaine Sampson (D). ...........29 ,809 (9%) MAINE District 1(100%) t Chellie Pingree* (D). ............ 223,736 (58%) Mark Holbrook (R). .............. 163,057 (42%) District 2( 97%) Emily Cain (D). .......................157 ,056 (45%) t Bruce Poliquin* (R). .............. 190,903 (55%) MARYLAND District 1(100%) Joe Werner (D). .......................9 4,776 (28%) t Andy Harris* (R). ...................229 ,135 (68%) District 2( 94%) t D. Ruppersberger* (D). ........ 172,324 (62%) Pat McDonough (R). ............... 92,099 (33%) District 3( 86%) t John Sarbanes* (D). .............19 4,362 (63%) Mark Plaster (R). ................... 106,627 (34%) District 4(100%) t Anthony Brown (D). ..............2 18,215 (74%) George McDermott (R). ......... 63,674 (22%) District 5(100%) t Steny Hoyer* (D). .................. 223,582 (67%) Mark Arness (R). ..................... 98,768 (30%) District 6(100%) t John Delaney* (D). ................167,229 (55%) Amie Hoeber (R). .................. 123,611 (41%) District 7(100%) t Elijah Cummings* (D). ..........2 11,962 (75%) Corrogan Vaughn (R). ...........61,854 (22%) District 8(100%) t Jamie Raskin (D). .................. 191,671 (59%) Dan Cox (R)........................... 115,200 (36%) MASSACHUSETTS District 1(100%) t Richard Neal* (D). ................ 232,577 (73%) District 2 t Jim McGovern* (D). .................. Unopposed District 3(100%) t Niki Tsongas* (D). ................. 234,361 (69%) Ann Wofford (R). .................. 106,882 (31%) District 4(100%) t Joe Kennedy* (D). .................26 1,356 (70%) David Rosa (R). ..................... 111,890 (30%) District 5 t Katherine Clark* (D). ................ Unopposed District 6 t Seth Moulton* (D). .................... Unopposed District 7 t Mike Capuano* (D). ................. Unopposed District 8(100%) t Stephen Lynch* (D). ..............267,944 (72%) William Burke (R). ................ 102,146 (28%) District 9(100%) t Bill Keating* (D). ...................209 ,911 (56%) Mark Alliegro (R). .................127 ,199 (34%) MICHIGAN District 1(100%) Lon Johnson (D). ................... 144,319 (40%) t Jack Bergman (R). ................ 201,153 (55%) District 2(100%) Dennis Murphy (D). .............. 110,077 (32%) t Bill Huizenga* (R). ................2 13,095 (63%) District 3(100%) Douglas Smith (D). ............... 128,159 (38%) t Justin Amash* (R). ................ 203,069 (59%) District 4(100%) Debra Wirth (D). ................... 101,275 (32%) t John Moolenaar* (R). ..........19 4,569 (62%) District 5(100%) t Daniel Kildee* (D). ................ 195,076 (61%) Al Hardwick (R). .................... 111,908 (35%) District 6(100%) Paul Clements (D). ................119,871 (36%) t Fred Upton* (R). .................... 192,862 (59%) District 7(100%) Gretchen Driskell (D). .......... 133,697 (40%) t Tim Walberg* (R). ................ 183,549 (55%) District 8(100%) Suzanna Shkreli (D). ............ 143,775 (39%) t Mike Bishop* (R). .................. 205,617 (56%) District 9(100%) t Sander Levin* (D). .................199,620 (58%) Christopher Morse (R). ........ 128,907 (37%) District 10(100%) Frank Accavitti (D). ...............109,875 (32%) t Paul Mitchell (R). ...................2 14,164 (63%) District 11(100%) Anil Kumar (D). .....................15 2,019 (40%) t Dave Trott* (R). ..................... 200,226 (53%) District 12(100%) t Debbie Dingell* (D). .............2 10,922 (64%) Jeff Jones (R). .......................... 95,823 (29%) District 13(100%) t John Conyers* (D). ................197 ,172 (77%) Jeff Gorman (R)...................... 40,483 (16%) District 14(100%) t Brenda Lawrence* (D). ........2 43,812 (78%) Howard Klausner (R). ............ 58,097 (19%) MINNESOTA District 1(100%) t Tim Walz* (D). .......................169,075 (50%) Jim Hagedorn (R). ................ 166,528 (50%) District 2(100%) Angie Craig (D). .................... 164,622 (45%) t Jason Lewis (R). .................... 172,344 (47%) District 3(100%) Terri Bonoff (D). .....................169 ,238 (43%) t Erik Paulsen* (R). ................... 223,076 (57%) District 4(100%) t Betty McCollum* (D). ........... 202,246 (58%) Greg Ryan (R)........................ 120,746 (34%) District 5(100%) t Keith Ellison* (D). ..................249 ,955 (69%) Frank Drake (R)....................... 80,660 (22%) District 6(100%) David Snyder (D). ................. 123,012 (34%) t Tom Emmer* (R). .................. 235,386 (66%) District 7(100%) t Collin Peterson* (D). .............17 3,547 (53%) Dave Hughes (R). ................. 156,897 (47%) District 8(100%) t Rick Nolan* (D). .....................179 ,112 (50%) Stewart Mills (R). ...................177 ,104 (50%) MISSISSIPPI District 1(100%) Jacob Owens (D). ................... 82,062 (28%) t Trent Kelly* (R). ..................... 202,946 (69%) District 2(100%) t Bennie Thompson* (D). ....... 180,625 (67%) John Bouie (R). .........................79,523 (29%) District 3(100%) Dennis Quinn (D). ................... 91,983 (30%) t Gregg Harper* (R). .............. 201,276 (66%) District 4(100%) Mark Gladney (D). ..................7 4,176 (28%) t Steven Palazzo* (R). .............174,783 (65%) MISSOURI District 1(100%) t Lacy Clay* (D). ....................... 231,604 (75%) Steven Bailey (R). ....................6 1,252 (20%) District 2(100%) Bill Otto (D). ........................... 153,331 (38%) t Ann Wagner* (R). ................. 238,826 (59%) District 3(100%) Kevin Miller (D). .................... 102,484 (28%) t Blaine Luetkemeyer* (R). .....2 48,880 (68%) District 4(100%) Gordon Christensen (D). ....... 92,385 (28%) t Vicky Hartzler* (R). ............... 225,034 (68%) District 5(100%) t Emanuel Cleaver* (D). .........185,494 (58%) Jacob Turk (R). ...................... 122,367 (39%) District 6(100%) David Blackwell (D). ............... 98,588 (28%) t Sam Graves* (R)................... 236,938 (68%) District 7(100%) Genevieve Williams (D). ........ 92,390 (27%) t Billy Long* (R). ....................... 228,001 (68%) District 8(100%) Dave Cowell (D)......................69,949 (23%) t Jason Smith* (R). ...................229 ,648 (74%) MONTANA At-large(100%) Denise Juneau (D). ............... 201,398 (41%) t Ryan Zinke* (R). .................... 280,021 (56%) NEBRASKA District 1(100%) t Jeff Fortenberry* (R). ............187 ,258 (70%) Daniel Wik (D). ........................ 81,939 (30%) District 2(100%) t Don Bacon (R). ...................... 134,291 (49%) Brad Ashford* (D). ................ 128,739 (47%) District 3 t Adrian Smith* (R). ..................... Unopposed NEVADA District 1(100%) Mary Perry (R). ........................ 54,053 (29%) t Dina Titus* (D). ...................... 116,045 (62%) District 2(100%) t Mark Amodei* (R). ............... 182,452 (58%) Chip Evans (D)...................... 115,395 (37%) District 3(100%) t Jacky Rosen (D). ................... 146,653 (47%) Danny Tarkanian (R). ...........14 2,726 (46%) District 4(100%) Cresent Hardy* (R). .............. 118,220 (45%) t Ruben Kihuen (D). ................ 128,680 (48%) NEW HAMPSHIRE District 1(100%) t Carol Shea-Porter (D). .........161,765 (44%) Frank Guinta* (R). ................ 156,953 (43%) District 2(100%) t Ann Kuster* (D). ....................17 4,152 (50%) Jim Lawrence (R). ................. 158,862 (45%) NEW JERSEY District 1( 99%) t Donald Norcross* (D). ......... 156,020 (59%) Bob Patterson (R). .................. 98,559 (37%) District 2(100%) David Cole (D). ..................... 103,465 (37%) t Frank LoBiondo* (R). ............ 166,188 (59%) District 3( 98%) Frederick LaVergne (D). ...... 114,534 (39%) t Tom MacArthur* (R). ............176,966 (60%) District 4(100%) Lorna Phillipson (D). ............. 108,373 (34%) t Chris Smith* (R). .................... 206,137 (64%) District 5(100%) t Joshua Gottheimer (D). ...... 156,863 (51%) Scott Garrett* (R). ................. 146,643 (47%) District 6(100%) t Frank Pallone* (D). ............... 150,971 (63%) Brent Sonnek-Schmelz (R). ....85,613 (36%) District 7(100%) Peter Jacob (D). ....................141,421 (43%) t Leonard Lance* (R). ............. 180,429 (54%) District 8( 96%) t Albio Sires* (D). ..................... 120,557 (77%) Agha Khan (R). ........................29 ,400 (19%) District 9( 99%) t Bill Pascrell* (D). ....................15 1,823 (70%) Hector Castillo (R). .................6 1,384 (28%) District 10( 97%) t Donald Payne Jr.* (D). ..........179 ,082 (86%) David Pinckney (R). .................24,628 (12%) District 11( 99%) Joseph Wenzel (D). .............. 128,232 (39%) t R. Frelinghuysen* (R). ........... 192,538 (58%) District 12(100%) t B. Watson Coleman* (D). .... 160,851 (63%) Steven Uccio (R). ..................... 83,049 (32%) NEW MEXICO District 1(100%) t Michelle Lujan Grisham* (D)179,380 (65%) Richard Priem (R). ...................9 6,061 (35%) District 2(100%) Merrie Lee Soules (D). ............ 84,514 (37%) t Steve Pearce* (R). .................142,499 (63%) District 3(100%) t Ben Ray Lujan* (D). ...............167 ,848 (63%) Michael Romero (R). ............ 100,529 (37%) NEW YORK District 1(100%) Anna Throne-Holst (D). .......12 1,640 (41%) t Lee Zeldin* (R). ......................17 4,682 (59%) District 2(100%) DuWayne Gregory (D). ....... 103,643 (38%) t Peter King* (R). ..................... 171,915 (62%) District 3(100%) t Thomas Suozzi (D). .............. 156,315 (52%) Jack Martins (R). ...................14 2,023 (48%) District 4(100%) t Kathleen Rice* (D). ...............173,796 (59%) David Gurfein (R). ................ 118,821 (41%) District 5( 99%) t Gregory Meeks* (D). ............ 184,179 (85%) Michael O'Reilly (R). ............... 28,030 (13%) District 6(100%) t Grace Meng* (D). ................. 126,018 (72%) Danniel Maio (R). ....................47,278 (27%) District 7(100%) t Nydia Velazquez* (D). ......... 158,972 (91%) Allan Romaguera (R). .............. 16,255 (9%) District 8(100%) t Hakeem Jeffries* (D). ...........199,747 (93%) District 9(100%) t Yvette Clarke* (D). ................ 200,266 (92%) District 10( 98%) t Jerrold Nadler* (D). .............17 0,286 (77%) Philip Rosenthal (R). ...............49 ,530 (23%) District 11(100%) Richard Reichard (D). .............7 8,066 (36%) t Dan Donovan* (R)................ 134,366 (62%) District 12( 99%) t Carolyn Maloney* (D). .........219 ,165 (83%) Robert Ardini (R). .................... 44,981 (17%) District 13( 99%) t Adriano Espaillat (D). ..........187 ,382 (89%) Tony Evans (R)........................... 14,501 (7%) District 14(100%) t Joe Crowley* (D)................... 134,603 (83%) Frank Spotorno (R). ................ 28,332 (17%) District 15(100%) tJose Serrano* (D). ................ 150,058 (95%) Alejandro Vega (R). .................... 5,606 (4%) District 16( 99%) t Eliot Engel* (D). ..................... 192,671 (95%) District 17 t Nita Lowey* (D). ........................ Unopposed District 18(100%) t Sean Maloney* (D). ..............149 ,056 (55%) Phil Oliva (R). ......................... 120,967 (45%) District 19(100%) Zephyr Teachout (D). ........... 126,641 (45%) t John Faso (R). ....................... 153,143 (55%) District 20( 96%) t Paul Tonko* (D). .................... 183,804 (68%) Joe Vitollo (R). ..........................87,057 (32%) District 21(100%) Mike Derrick (D). .....................7 3,024 (29%) t Elise Stefanik* (R). ................ 164,792 (66%) District 22(100%) Kim Myers (D)....................... 103,955 (40%) t Claudia Tenney (R). .............. 120,777 (47%) District 23(100%) John Plumb (D). .................... 108,163 (42%) t Thomas Reed* (R). ................149 ,439 (58%) District 24(100%) Colleen Deacon (D). ............ 108,928 (39%) t John Katko* (R). ....................17 0,532 (61%) District 25(100%) t Louise Slaughter* (D). ..........169 ,199 (56%) Mark Assini (R). ..................... 134,285 (44%) District 26( 97%) t Brian Higgins* (D). ................ 193,515 (74%) Shelly Schratz (R). ................... 66,688 (26%) District 27(100%) Diana Kastenbaum (D). .........99,051 (32%) t Chris Collins* (R). ..................207 ,389 (68%) NORTH CAROLINA District 1(100%) t G.K. Butterfield* (D). .............237 ,938 (69%) H. Powell Dew (R)................. 100,633 (29%) District 2(100%) John McNeil (D). ...................167,299 (43%) t George Holding* (R). ...........219,342 (57%) District 3(100%) Ernest Reeves (D). ................ 104,007 (33%) t Walter Jones* (R). ................2 14,850 (67%) District 4(100%) t David Price* (D). ...................27 5,501 (68%) Sue Googe (R). ..................... 128,331 (32%) District 5(100%) Josh Brannon (D). ................. 145,597 (42%) t Virginia Foxx* (R). ................ 204,943 (58%) District 6(100%) Pete Glidewell (D). ...............14 1,480 (41%) t Mark Walker* (R). ................ 205,973 (59%) District 7(100%) J. Wesley Casteen (D). ......... 134,344 (39%) t David Rouzer* (R). ................209 ,933 (61%) District 8(100%) Thomas Mills (D). .................. 131,428 (41%) t Richard Hudson* (R). ............187 ,909 (59%) District 9(100%) Christian Cano (D). ...............137 ,335 (42%) t Robert Pittenger* (R). .......... 191,660 (58%) District 10(100%) Andy Millard (D). .................. 128,114 (37%) t Patrick McHenry* (R). ...........219 ,589 (63%) District 11(100%) Rick Bryson (D). ......................127,972 (36%) t Mark Meadows* (R). ............229 ,130 (64%) District 12(100%) t Alma Adams* (D). ................ 232,451 (67%) Leon Threatt (R). ................... 114,242 (33%) District 13(100%) Bruce Davis (D). .................... 153,691 (44%) t Ted Budd (R). .........................196,736 (56%) NORTH DAKOTA At-large(100%) Chase Iron Eyes (D). ............... 80,186 (24%) t Kevin Cramer* (R). ................ 233,245 (69%) OHIO District 1(100%) Michele Young (D). ...............139,279 (40%) t Steve Chabot* (R). ................ 205,283 (60%) District 2(100%) William Smith (D). .................107,859 (33%) t Brad Wenstrup* (R). .............2 15,265 (67%) District 3(100%) t Joyce Beatty* (D). .................189 ,536 (68%) John Adams (R). ..................... 88,040 (32%) District 4(100%) Janet Garrett (D). ...................9 6,334 (32%) t Jim Jordan* (R). .................... 205,669 (68%) District 5(100%) James Neu (D). ....................... 98,045 (29%) t Bob Latta* (R). .......................2 40,036 (71%) District 6(100%) Michael Lorentz (D). ............... 86,938 (29%) t Bill Johnson* (R). ...................209 ,177 (71%) District 7(100%) Roy Rich (D). .............................87 ,602 (29%) t Bob Gibbs* (R). .....................19 4,146 (64%) District 8(100%) Steven Fought (D). ..................8 5,313 (27%) t Warren Davidson* (R). ........219 ,453 (69%) District 9(100%) t Marcy Kaptur* (D). ................187 ,926 (69%) Donald Larson (R). .................. 86,311 (31%) District 10(100%) Robert Klepinger (D). ........... 105,947 (32%) t Mike Turner* (R). ...................2 10,256 (64%) District 11(100%) t Marcia Fudge* (D). .............. 233,285 (80%) Beverly Goldstein (R). ............ 58,066 (20%) District 12(100%) Ed Albertson (D). ..................109 ,455 (30%) t Pat Tiberi* (R). .......................2 43,970 (67%) District 13(100%) t Tim Ryan* (D)........................ 203,430 (68%) Richard Morckel (R)................97 ,312 (32%) District 14(100%) Michael Wager (D). ..............127,547 (37%) t David Joyce* (R). ..................2 14,618 (63%) District 15(100%) Scott Wharton (D). ............... 110,272 (34%) t Steve Stivers* (R). .................2 16,186 (66%) District 16(100%) Keith Mundy (D). ...................117,296 (35%) t Jim Renacci* (R). ...................221,495 (65%) OKLAHOMA District 1 t Jim Bridenstine* (R). ................. Unopposed District 2(100%) t Markwayne Mullin* (R). .......189,612 (71%) Joshua Harris-Till (D). .............6 2,307 (23%) District 3(100%) t Frank Lucas* (R). ....................227,276 (78%) Frankie Robbins (D). ............... 63,008 (22%) District 4(100%) t Tom Cole* (R). ....................... 203,942 (70%) Christina Owen (D). ................7 6,380 (26%) District 5(100%) t Steve Russell* (R). ................. 160,012 (57%) Al McAffrey (D)..................... 103,122 (37%) OREGON District 1( 98%) Brian Heinrich (R). .................129,495 (37%) t Suzanne Bonamici* (D). .......207 ,190 (60%) District 2(100%) t Greg Walden* (R). ...............242,610 (72%) James Crary (D). ..................... 92,148 (28%) District 3( 90%) t Earl Blumenauer* (D). .......... 256,159 (73%) District 4(100%) t Peter DeFazio* (D). ...............2 16,442 (56%) Art Robinson (R). .................. 155,271 (40%) District 5( 99%) Colm Willis (R). ..................... 143,839 (43%) t Kurt Schrader* (D). ...............17 8,405 (54%) PENNSYLVANIA District 1( 99%) t Robert Brady* (D). ................237 ,882 (82%) Deborah Williams (R). ...........51,516 (18%) District 2( 99%) t Dwight Evans (D). ................. 310,770 (90%) James Jones (R). ..................... 33,911 (10%) District 3 t Mike Kelly* (R). .......................... Unopposed District 4(100%) Joshua Burkholder (D). ........ 111,158 (34%) t Scott Perry* (R). .....................2 16,772 (66%) District 5(100%) Kerith Strano Taylor (D). .........97 ,686 (33%) t Glenn Thompson* (R). ......... 200,627 (67%) District 6(100%) Mike Parrish (D). ...................15 1,800 (43%) t Ryan Costello* (R). ................ 203,671 (57%) District 7(100%) Mary Ellen Balchunis (D). .....147 ,808 (40%) t Patrick Meehan* (R). ............219 ,314 (60%) District 8(100%) Steve Santarsiero (D). .......... 172,571 (46%) t Brian Fitzpatrick (R). ............ 206,607 (54%) District 9(100%) Art Halvorson (D). ................ 105,958 (37%) t Bill Shuster* (R). .................... 183,798 (63%) District 10(100%) Michael Molesevich (D). .........87 ,956 (30%) t Tom Marino* (R). .................. 208,106 (70%) District 11(100%) Mike Marsicano (D). ............ 111,025 (36%) t Lou Barletta* (R). ..................19 4,889 (64%) District 12(100%) Erin McClelland (D). ............. 133,607 (38%) t Keith Rothfus* (R). .................217,449 (62%) District 13 t Brendan Boyle* (D). .................. Unopposed District 14(100%) t Mike Doyle* (D). ....................252,709 (74%) Lenny McAllister (R)................87 ,334 (26%) District 15(100%) Rick Daugherty (D). .............. 120,233 (38%) t Charles Dent* (R). ................. 184,562 (58%) District 16(100%) Christina Hartman (D). ........ 132,969 (43%) t Lloyd Smucker (R). ................167,698 (54%) District 17(100%) t Matt Cartwright* (D). ........... 155,766 (54%) Matt Connolly (R). ................ 133,719 (46%) District 18 t Tim Murphy* (R). ....................... Unopposed RHODE ISLAND District 1( 99%) t David Cicilline* (D). .............. 116,899 (65%) Russell Taub (R). ...................... 64,268 (35%) District 2( 99%) t Jim Langevin* (D). ................ 120,345 (58%) Rhue Reis (R). ........................... 64,760 (31%) SOUTH CAROLINA District 1(100%) Dimitri Cherny (D). ................117,487 (37%) t Mark Sanford* (R). ............... 186,735 (59%) District 2(100%) Arik Bjorn (D). ........................109 ,488 (36%) t Joe Wilson* (R). .................... 183,766 (60%) District 3(100%) Hosea Cleveland (D). ............. 72,993 (27%) t Jeff Duncan* (R). ...................196,793 (73%) District 4(100%) Chris Fedalei (D). .................... 91,106 (31%) t Trey Gowdy* (R)....................197 ,235 (67%) District 5(100%) Fran Person (D)..................... 114,936 (39%) t Mick Mulvaney* (R). .............17 5,139 (59%) District 6(100%) t Jim Clyburn* (D). ...................179,351 (70%) Laura Sterling (R). ...................7 0,636 (28%) District 7(100%) Mal Hyman (D). .................... 110,378 (39%) t Tom Rice* (R). ........................17 0,826 (61%) SOUTH DAKOTA At-large(100%) Paula Hawks (D). .................. 132,792 (36%) t Kristi Noem* (R). ...................237,141 (64%) TENNESSEE District 1(100%) Alan Bohms (D). ...................... 38,513 (15%) t Phil Roe* (R). ..........................19 6,563 (78%) District 2(100%) Stuart Starr (D). ....................... 68,373 (24%) t John Duncan* (R). .................2 12,313 (76%) District 3(100%) Melody Shekari (D). ................7 6,664 (29%) t Chuck Fleischmann* (R). ......17 6,440 (66%) District 4(100%) Steven Reynolds (D). ..............89 ,018 (35%) t Scott DesJarlais* (R). ............ 165,594 (65%) District 5(100%) t Jim Cooper* (D). ...................17 0,729 (63%) Stacy Snyder (R). .................. 102,220 (37%) District 6(100%) David Kent (D). ........................61,940 (22%) t Diane Black* (R). ................... 202,038 (71%) District 7(100%) Tharon Chandler (D). ............. 64,938 (24%) t Marsha Blackburn* (R). .......199,057 (72%) District 8(100%) Rickey Hobson (D). .................70,426 (25%) t David Kustoff (R). ................. 193,353 (69%) District 9(100%) t Steve Cohen* (D). .................169 ,911 (79%) Wayne Alberson (R). .............. 40,580 (19%) TEXAS District 1(100%) t Louie Gohmert* (R). ............. 192,066 (74%) Shirley McKellar (D). ...............6 2,635 (24%) District 2(100%) t Ted Poe* (R). .......................... 168,524 (61%) Pat Bryan (D)......................... 100,077 (36%) District 3(100%) t Sam Johnson* (R). ................ 193,063 (61%) Adam Bell (D). ....................... 108,780 (35%) District 4(100%) t John Ratcliffe* (R). ................2 15,705 (88%) District 5(100%) t Jeb Hensarling* (R). ............. 155,149 (81%) District 6(100%) t Joe Barton* (R). .....................159,213 (58%) Ruby Faye Woolridge (D)....106,510 (39%) District 7(100%) t John Culberson* (R). ............ 143,369 (56%) James Cargas (D). ................ 111,774 (44%) District 8 t Kevin Brady* (R). ....................... Unopposed District 9(100%) Jeff Martin (R). ........................ 36,454 (19%) t Al Green* (D). .......................15 1,884 (81%) District 10(100%) t Michael McCaul* (R). ...........17 8,926 (57%) Tawana Cadien (D). .............119 ,728 (38%) District 11(100%) t Mike Conaway* (R). ............. 201,476 (90%) District 12(100%) t Kay Granger* (R). .................19 6,331 (69%) Bill Bradshaw (D). ...................7 5,938 (27%) District 13(100%) t Mac Thornberry* (R). ........... 198,730 (90%) District 14(100%) t Randy Weber* (R). ............... 160,340 (62%) Michael Cole (D). .................... 98,815 (38%) District 15(100%) Tim Westley (R). ...................... 66,732 (38%) t Vicente Gonzalez (D). ......... 101,592 (57%)District 16(100%) t Beto O'Rourke* (D). .............. 148,027 (86%) District 17(100%) t Bill Flores* (R). .......................149,157 (61%) William Matta (D). ................. 86,352 (35%) District 18(100%) Lori Bartley (R). ........................ 48,248 (24%) t Sheila Jackson Lee* (D). ......149 ,928 (73%) District 19(100%) t Jodey Arrington (R). .............17 5,980 (87%) District 20(100%) t Joaquin Castro* (D). ............149,522 (80%) District 21(100%) t Lamar Smith* (R). ................. 202,523 (57%) Tom Wakely (D)....................129 ,253 (36%) District 22(100%) t Pete Olson* (R). .................... 181,663 (60%) Mark Gibson (D). .................. 123,462 (40%) District 23(100%) t Will Hurd* (R). .......................109 ,816 (48%) Pete Gallego (D). .................. 106,049 (47%) District 24( 96%) t Kenny Marchant* (R). .......... 154,364 (56%) Jan McDowell (D). .................107 ,845 (39%) District 25(100%) t Roger Williams* (R). ............ 180,579 (58%) Kathi Thomas (D). ................ 116,552 (38%) District 26( 86%) t Michael Burgess* (R). ..........2 10,313 (66%) Eric Mauck (D). ........................ 93,954 (30%) District 27(100%) t Blake Farenthold* (R). .........14 1,722 (62%) Roy Barrera (D). .......................87 ,931 (38%) District 28( 75%) Zeffen Hardin (R). ................... 55,640 (34%) t Henry Cuellar* (D). ............... 104,554 (64%) District 29(100%) Julio Garza (R). ....................... 31,619 (24%) t Gene Green* (D). ................... 95,508 (72%) District 30(100%)Charles Lingerfelt (R). ............4 1,365 (19%) t E. B. Johnson* (D). .................169 ,905 (78%) District 31(100%) t John Carter* (R). ................... 165,678 (58%) Mike Clark (D). ...................... 103,543 (36%) District 32(100%) t Pete Sessions* (R). ................162,212 (71%) District 33(100%) Mark Mitchell (R). ................... 33,156 (26%) t Marc Veasey* (D). ................... 92,914 (74%) District 34(100%) Rey Gonzalez (R). ...................62,240 (37%) t Filemon Vela* (D). ................ 104,513 (63%) District 35(100%) Susan Narvaiz (R). ..................62,212 (32%) t Lloyd Doggett* (D). ..............12 4,161 (63%) District 36(100%) t Brian Babin* (R). ................... 203,779 (89%) UTAH District 1( 79%) t Rob Bishop* (R). .................... 130,971 (65%) Peter Clemens (D). ................. 56,280 (28%) District 2( 76%) t Chris Stewart* (R). ................ 118,581 (62%) Charlene Albarran (D). .......... 64,237 (34%) District 3( 83%) Stephen Tryon (D). ..................57 ,333 (26%) t Jason Chaffetz* (R). ............. 164,040 (74%) District 4( 71%) Doug Owens (D). ....................7 4,880 (43%) t Mia Love* (R)........................... 92,521 (53%) VERMONT At-large(100%) t Peter Welch* (D). .................. 263,257 (90%) VIRGINIA District 1( 99%) Matt Rowe (D). ...................... 130,320 (36%) t Rob Wittman* (R). ................22 1,826 (61%) District 2(100%) Shaun Brown (D). ................. 106,979 (38%) t Scott Taylor (R). ..................... 172,586 (62%) District 3( 98%) t Robert Scott* (D). ..................199,748 (67%) Marty Williams (R). .................99,047 (33%) District 4(100%) t Donald McEachin (D). .......... 191,939 (57%) Michael Wade (R). ............... 143,261 (43%) District 5(100%) Jane Dittmar (D). ..................147 ,656 (42%) t Tom Garrett (R). ................... 206,577 (58%) District 6(100%) Kai Degner (D). ..................... 111,699 (33%) t Robert Goodlatte* (R). ........ 223,915 (67%) District 7(100%) Eileen Bedell (D). .................. 158,692 (42%) t Dave Brat* (R)........................217,968 (58%) District 8(100%) t Donald Beyer* (D). ...............2 45,775 (69%) Charles Hernick (R). ............... 98,123 (27%) District 9(100%) Derek Kitts (D). .........................87 ,822 (28%) t Morgan Griffith* (R). ............2 12,666 (69%) District 10(100%) LuAnn Bennett (D). ............... 181,977 (47%) t Barbara Comstock* (R). ...... 204,019 (53%) District 11 t Gerry Connolly* (D). ................. Unopposed WASHINGTON District 1( 65%) t Suzan DelBene* (D). .............12 1,565 (57%) Robert Sutherland (R). ........... 90,990 (43%) District 2( 67%) t Rick Larsen* (D). ................... 132,584 (65%) Marc Hennemann (R). ...........7 0,922 (35%) District 3( 68%) t J. H. Beutler* (R). ................... 123,868 (59%) Jim Moeller (D). ....................... 86,700 (41%) District 4( 48%) t Dan Newhouse* (R). ...............7 0,133 (58%) Clint Didier (R). ........................5 1,122 (42%) District 5( 64%) t C. McMorris Rodgers* (R)....117,287 (58%) Joe Pakootas (D). ................... 83,812 (42%) District 6( 66%) t Derek Kilmer* (D). ................ 134,390 (62%) Todd Bloom (R). ...................... 81,493 (38%) District 7( 68%) t Pramila Jayapal (D). ............ 136,547 (57%) Brady Walkinshaw (D). ....... 102,341 (43%) District 8( 61%) t Dave Reichert* (R). ............... 110,088 (58%) Tony Ventrella (D). ..................78,478 (42%) District 9( 63%) t Adam Smith* (D). .................. 130,129 (74%) Doug Basler (R). ...................... 44,948 (26%) District 10( 62%) t Denny Heck* (D). .................. 105,987 (60%) Jim Postma (R). ....................... 72,065 (40%) WEST VIRGINIA District 1(100%) Mike Manypenny (D). ............7 3,025 (31%) t David McKinley* (R). ............16 2,339 (69%) District 2(100%) Mark Hunt (D). ...................... 100,551 (42%) t Alex Mooney* (R). ................ 140,153 (58%) District 3(100%) Matt Detch (D). ........................49 ,309 (24%) t Evan Jenkins* (R). .................139,700 (68%) WISCONSIN District 1(100%) Ryan Solen (D). ..................... 106,857 (30%) t Paul Ryan* (R). ...................... 230,063 (65%) District 2(100%) t Mark Pocan* (D). ..................27 5,016 (69%) Peter Theron (R). .................. 125,033 (31%) District 3 t Ron Kind* (D). ............................ Unopposed District 4(100%) t Gwen Moore* (D). ................ 220,389 (77%) District 5(100%) Khary Penebaker (D). .......... 114,469 (29%) t Jim Sensenbrenner* (R). ...... 260,703 (67%) District 6(100%) Sarah Lloyd (D)..................... 132,908 (37%) t Glenn Grothman* (R). ......... 203,920 (57%) District 7(100%) Mary Hoeft (D). .....................137 ,910 (38%) t Sean Duffy* (R). .................... 222,834 (62%) District 8(100%) Tom Nelson (D). .................... 135,648 (37%) t Mike Gallagher (R). ..............227,732 (63%) WYOMING At-large(100%) t Liz Cheney (R). ...................... 156,040 (62%) Ryan Greene (D). ....................75,419 (30%)HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com Page 7 ALMANACToday is Thursday, Nov. 10 , the 315th day of 2016. There are 51 days left in the year. Today in historyOn Nov. 10, 1766 , Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, had its beginnings as William Franklin, the Royal Governor of New Jersey, signed a charter establishing Queens College in New Brunswick. On this dateIn 1775 , the U.S. Marines were organized under authority of the Continental Congress. In 1871 , journalist-explorer Henry M. Stanley found Scottish missionary David Livingstone, who had not been heard from for years, near Lake Tanganyika in central Africa. In 1938 , Kate Smith first sang Irving Berlins God Bless AmericaŽ on her CBS radio program. In 1942 , Winston Churchill delivered a speech in London in which he said, I have not become the Kings First Minister to preside over the liquidation of the British Empire.Ž In 1951 , customer-dialed long-distance telephone service began as Mayor M. Leslie Denning of Englewood, New Jersey, called Alameda, California, Mayor Frank Osborne without operator assistance. In 1954 , the U.S. Marine Corps Memorial, depicting the raising of the American flag on Iwo Jima in 1945, was dedicated by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Arlington, Virginia. In 1969 , the childrens educational program Sesame StreetŽ made its debut on National Educational Television (later PBS). In 1975 , the ore-hauling ship SS Edmund Fitzgerald mysteriously sank during a storm in Lake Superior with the loss of all 29 crew members. In 1982 , the newly finished Vietnam Veterans Memorial was opened to its first visitors in Washington, D.C., three days before its dedication. Todays birthdaysFilm composer Ennio Morricone is 88. Blues singer Bobby Rush is 82. Country singer Donna Fargo is 75. Lyricist Tim Rice is 72. Rock singer-musician Greg Lake (Emerson, Lake and Palmer) is 69. Actress-dancer Ann Reinking is 67. Actor Jack Scalia is 66. Actor-comedian Sinbad is 60. Actress Mackenzie Phillips is 57 Author Neil Gaiman is 56. Country singer Chris Cagle is 48. Actor-comedian Tracy Morgan is 48. Comedian-actor Chris Lilley is 42. Actor Bryan Neal is 36. Actress Heather Matarazzo is 34. Country singer Miranda Lambert is 33. Actor Josh Peck is 30. FRANKENMUTH, Mich. (AP) „ Bridget Smith wanted voters not to elect her to Frankenmuths school board „ and they didnt. Smith “led earlier this year to run for one of three four-year terms on the school board, but afterward was hired to serve as Frankenmuths city manager. When she was being hired by the Bavarianthemed community about 75 miles northwest of Detroit, Smith indicated that she would drop her school board bid. But the deadline to withdraw had passed and her name remained on Tuesdays ballot. She encouraged voters not to cast ballots for her and Smith placed last among the four candidates.ODD NEWS Woman gets wish; loses school board voteTHE WIRE Man found dead following Tampa house fire Orlandos congressional delegation got a lot more diverseORLANDO (AP) „ Metro Orlandos future U.S. congressional delegation just became a whole lot more diverse. Voters in central Florida on election night picked an African American woman, a Puerto Rican man and an Asian American woman to represent them in Washington. The increased diversity was helped by the redrawing of some congressional districts that made the central Florida districts more Democratic-leaning. New members to central Floridas congressional delegation are Val Demings, Orlandos first female African American police chief; Darren Soto, who will be Floridas first congressman of Puerto Rican descent; and Stephanie Murphy, a businesswoman whose family fled Vietnam when she was an infant. Murphy said at her victory party Tuesday that the diversity reflects how the nations demographics are changing and how that change needs to be reflected in Washington.Endangered deer get medication stations to fight screwwormsKEY LARGO (AP) „ Wildlife officials are adding medication pit stops in the Florida Keys to combat a screwworm infestation that has killed more than 130 Key deer. The Miami Herald reports that anti-parasitic feeding troughs baited with sweet corn, oats and other grains are being deployed deep inside the National Key Deer Refuge. U.S. Department of Agriculture spokeswoman Joanna Davis says this provides another layer of protection to the endangered herd. The agency has been releasing sterile male screwworm flies to the wild population. The female flies only mate once, so the population should begin to drop within three months. While most fly maggots target dead animals, screwworm larvae burrow into the living flesh of deer and livestock.Treasure hunter to eye documents for clues to coinsCOLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) „ A judge has told a former deep-sea treasure hunters attorney to review thousands of pages of documents that might hold clues about the whereabouts of gold coins thought to be worth millions. Todd Long is at least the fifth lawyer hired by defendant Tommy Thompson since he was apprehended last year after three years on the run. Thompson has been held in contempt of court since last December, when federal Judge Algenon Marbley in Columbus found he violated a plea deal by refusing to answer questions about the 500 missing coins. Marbley ordered the review Wednesday. Thompson will also review the documents, which authorities seized from him after his arrest. The coins were minted from gold taken from the S.S. America, which sank in an 1857 hurricane.2 killed in 3-vehicle crash on I-75 near TampaTAMPA (AP) „ Two people are dead following a three-vehicle crash on Interstate 75 Worker injured in boat plant explosionEDGEWATER (AP) „ Authorities say a worker was injured when an empty fuel tank being air tested exploded at a central Florida boat plant. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that the explosion occurred Tuesday afternoon at the Boston Whaler facility in Edgewater. Volusia County spokeswoman Shelley Szafraniec says workers were pressure-testing an aluminum fuel tank below deck of a large boat that was on dry dock when it exploded. Officials say the worker was taken to a New Smyrna Beach hospital under trauma alert as a precaution. The mans name and condition werent immediately released.Police: Miami Shores mayor robbed by teensMIAMI SHORES (AP) „ The mayor of Miami Missing kayaker found dead in Tampa Bay parkWEEKI WACHEE (AP) „ Authorities say theyve recovered the body of a kayaker who went missing in a Tampa Bay area park. The Tampa Bay Times reports that 44-year-old Stanis Corey Serrette was found dead Tuesday morning. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says Serrette was kayaking in Jenkins Creek Sunday afternoon when he went missing. The craft was found about 500 yards from the Jenkins Creek boat ramp, and the body was found about 100 yards from the kayak. The Hernando County Sheriffs Of“ce says the death remains under investigation, but no foul play is suspected.Teen indicted on murder charges in face-biting attackSTUART (AP) „ A Florida college student accused of killing a couple and chewing on the dead mans face has been indicted on first-degree murder charges. A Martin County grand jury formally charged 19-year-old Austin Harrouff on Tuesday with two murder counts, attempted murder and burglary. Harrouff was initially charged with second-degree murder in the Aug. 15 attack on 59-yearold John Stevens, and his wife, 53-year-old Michelle Mishcon, outside their Tequesta home. The indictment enables prosecutors to seek the death penalty against Harrouff. Deputies say they found the former high | OTHER HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATEschool football player and wrestler in his underwear, making animal noises and biting Stevens face as he pinned his victims body to the driveway. Authorities say Harrouff also stabbed a neighbor, 47-year-old Jeff Fisher, who tried to help the couple. Shores has been robbed by two teens. Local news organizations report that the teenagers snatched Mayor Alice Burchs purse Tuesday night near a coffee shop. Miami Shores police say the mayor chased after them and tried to grab them, but was thrown to the ground. The teens then drove away in a getaway car. Police spokesman James Somohano says authorities later located the teens and arrested them. Officials believe at least one more person might have been involved in the robbery. TAMPA (AP) „ Authorities say a man is dead following a Tampa house fire. The Tampa Bay Times reports that firefighters responded to the Ybor City home Wednesday morning. Tampa Fire Rescue spokesman Jason Penny says the fire was under control in less than 15 minutes, and the mans body was found inside. Officials werent immediately naming the man. The cause of the fire was being investigated. near T ampa. The Florida Highway Patrol says a tired blew out and the driver lost control of her sports utility vehicle on Tuesday. The SUV rotated in the northbound lanes and went into the path of another vehicle. The second car overturned and severely injuring the driver and killing two passengers. Troopers say the SUV then hit a second vehicle. Northbound I-75 was closed for five hours while troopers investigated and the scene was cleared. No one else was injured in the crash. ORLANDO „ Republican Donald Trump captured Floridas 29 electoral votes through the strong support of white voters, senior citizens and voters in late middle age, as well as the backing of the wealthy, middle-income voters and independent males. Exit polling conducted for The Associated Press and television networks by Edison Research showed Wednesday that slightly more Florida voters „ around half „ thought Trump would do a better job of handling the economy than Democrat Hillary Clinton. The economy was the most pressing issue for about half of Florida voters. Trump won my vote because even though he says a lot of bad things and he doesnt say the right things sometimes, he is a businessman,Ž said Miami Lakes voter Axel Oritz. He says what he feels and hopefully hell take us Americans to the right direction.Ž More Florida voters were slightly less likely to see Clinton as honest and trustworthy than Trump. About 63 percent of Florida voters answered noŽ when asked if Clinton was honest and trustworthy, while that number was 58 percent for Trump. Trump. Hes no angel but I have a bigger problem not being able to trust Mrs. Clinton,Ž said Miami voter Lindsey Carr.Unfavorable viewsDespite Trumps victory, slightly more Floridians had an unfavorable view of the Republican nominee compared to Clinton. Fifty-seven percent had an unfavorable view of the winner, compared to 53 percent of Florida voters with an unfavorable view of Clinton. At the same, more than half of Florida voters didnt believe Trump had the temperament to serve effectively as president, while more than half of voters believed Clinton did. Floridians were split on whether they approved of the job performance of President Obama, whose policies Clinton had been expected to continue.Women and emailsTwo-thirds of Florida voters said Trumps treatment of women bothered them to some degree. Slightly less than two-thirds of voters said they were bothered to some degree by Clintons use of private email while Secretary of State.MoodFlorida voters were evenly split on whether they believe the future for the next generation would be better or worse. Florida voters also were evenly split on whether their familys “nancial situation was better or worse compared to four years ago, and just under half felt it was about the same.GeographyMore than 3 in 5 voters in small cities or rural areas preferred Trump, and Trump also led with suburban voters. Clinton was the preference of voters in cities with more than 50,000 residents. The poll showed that almost three-quarters of Florida voters had made up their mind about their pick before the “nal month of the presidential race. But those voters who had made up their minds in the last month preferred Trump. „„„ The survey of 3,997 Florida voters was conducted for AP and the television networks by Edison Research. This includes results from interviews conducted as voters left a random sample of 50 precincts statewide Tuesday, as well as 1,279 who voted early or absentee and were interviewed by landline or cellular telephone. Results for the full sample were subject to sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points; it is higher for subgroups.Whites, wealthy, seniors led Trump Florida winBy MIKE SCHNEIDERASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTORobin Bernik, who recently moved from Florida to Oregon, watches as her home state is called for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a Republican watch party at the Vets Club in Eugene, Ore., Tuesday.

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LNT AlliantEg s 36.81 -1.69 MDRX AllscriptH 10.25 -.17 ALL Allstate 68.17 +.59 ALLY AllyFincl 17.34 +.50 GOOG Alphabet C785.31 -5.20GOOGLAlphabet A 805.59 -6.39AOD AlpTotDiv 7.27 ... 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WK MO QTR YTD Stocks Recap Combined StocksFrom the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Interest ratesThe yield on the 30-year Treasury bond rose to 2.85 percent Wednesday. Yields affect rates on mortgages and other consumer loans.NET 1YR TREASURIES YEST PVS CHG AGO 3.50 3.50 3.25 .38 .38 .13 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill .43 0.42 +0.01 .13 6-month T-bill .55 0.55 ... .33 52-wk T-bill .71 0.70 +0.01 .51 2-year T-note .90 0.86 +0.04 .86 5-year T-note 1.47 1.33 +0.14 1.72 10-year T-note 2.06 1.86 +0.20 2.34 30-year T-bond 2.85 2.62 +0.23 3.11 NET 1YR BONDS YEST PVS CHG AGO AP Muni Bond Idx 2.15 2.06 +0.09 ... Barclays Glob Agg Bd 1.31 1.29 +0.02 ... Barclays USAggregate 2.16 2.13 +0.03 2.54 Barclays US Corp 3.00 2.97 +0.03 3.56 Barclays US High Yield 6.42 6.41 +0.01 7.62 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.70 3.67 +0.03 4.12 10-Yr. TIPS .22 0.12 +0.10 .77Commodities The price of gold slipped, while prices of silver and copper rose. The price of crude oil rose slightly, as did natural gas. Wholesale gasoline fell and heating oil held steady.Crude Oil (bbl) 45.27 44.98 +0.64 +22.2 Ethanol (gal) 1.52 1.56 +0.38 +9.0 Heating Oil (gal) 1.44 1.44 ... +30.9 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.69 2.63 +2.16 +15.1 Unleaded Gas (gal) 1.36 1.37 -0.88 +7.1 FUELS CLOSEPVS. %CHG%YTD Gold (oz) 1272.60 1273.40 -0.06 +20.0 Silver (oz) 18.36 18.33 +0.15 +33.3 Platinum (oz) 1003.30 1008.60 -0.53 +12.5 Copper (lb) 2.46 2.38 +3.36 +15.7 Palladium (oz) 680.90 664.95 +2.40 +21.4 METALS CLOSEPVS.%CHG%YTD Cattle (lb) 1.03 1.03 +0.85 -23.8 Coffee (lb) 1.70 1.68 +1.55 +34.3 Corn (bu) 3.41 3.54 -3.81 -5.0 Cotton (lb) 0.68 0.69 -0.67 +7.9 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 302.90 297.60 +1.78 +17.6 Orange Juice (lb) 2.20 2.22 -0.01 +57.3 Soybeans (bu) 9.82 10.02 -1.97 +12.7 Wheat (bu) 4.07 4.15 -2.05 -13.5 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS. %CHG%YTD US D per British Pound1.2438 +.0041 +.33% 1.5113 Canadian Dollar 1.3407 +.0088 +.66% 1.3284 USD per Euro 1.0930 -.0086 -.79% 1.0758 Japanese Yen 105.84 +.79 +.75% 123.11 Mexican Peso 19.8729 +1.4571 +7.33% 16.7950 1YR. MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHGAGO Israeli Shekel 3.8191 -.0010 -.38% 3.9171 Norwegian Krone 8.3142 -.0011 -.91% 8.6592 South African Rand 13.4750 -.0011 -1.48% 14.3223 Swedish K rona 9.0481 -.0004 -.36% 8.6744 Swiss Franc .9840 -.0077 -.76% 1.0033 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3067 +.0170 +1.30% 1.4190 Chinese Yuan 6.7808 -.0057 -.08% 6.3631 Hong Kong Dollar 7.7557 +.0002 +.00% 7.7521 Indian Rupee 66.585 +.306 +.46% 66.390 Singapore Dollar 1.3986 +.0116 +.83% 1.4222 South Korean Won 1158.09 +27.74 +2.40% 1159.59 Taiwan Dollar 31.64 +.27 +.85% 32.81 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar rose against the Japanese yen, the euro and the Swiss franc. It fell against the British pound. 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The 52-week high and low figures date onl y from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. pr Preferences. pp Holder owes installments of purchase price. rt Right to buy security at a specified price. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd When distributed. wt Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u New 52-week high. un Unit,, including more than one security. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Stocks in bold are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price. Underlining for 50 most actively traded stocks of the day. Dividend Footnotes: a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. M ost recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent dividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. P E Footnotes: q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months. Mutual Fund Footnotes: b Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f front load (sales charges). m Multiple fees are charged, usually a marketing fee and either a sales or redemption fee. NA not available. p previous day´s net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week. Source :Morningstar and the Associated Press.DOW 18,589.69 +256.95 NASDAQ 5,251.07 +57.58 S&P 500 2,163.26 +23.70 10-YR T-NOTE 2.06% +.20 30-YR T-BOND 2.85% +.23 CRUDE OIL $45.27 +.29 GOLD $1,272.60 -.80 EURO $1.0930 -.0086p p p p p p p p p p p p q q q q

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The most notable new addition is former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist, who has revived his career as a Democrat. The most notable subtraction is Republican Rep. John Mica, who had won 12 straight elections without a serious challenge „ until political newcomer Stephanie Murphy toppled him Tuesday. One reason for the changes: The Florida Supreme Court ordered lawmakers to redraw congressional maps to comply with a voter-approved constitutional amendment that requires compact political districts drawn in a way that doesnt favor political parties or incumbents. Heres a look at the new members of Floridas congressional delegation to be sworn in in January. € € € DISTRICT 1 Republican state Rep. Matt Gaetz will replace retiring Republican U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller, who has served the western Panhandle for 16 years. Gaetz is the son of former Florida Senate President Don Gaetz. Among issues he has pushed in the Legislature are the legalization of low-THC medical marijuana, the open carry of handguns and increased prison time for sexual offenders. € € € DISTRICT 2 Republican Neal Dunn will replace Democratic U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham, who decided to explore a run for governor instead of seeking a second term when her redrawn district became more Republican. Dunn is a urologist from Panama City who served in the Army for more than 10 years after becoming a doctor. He campaigned as a political outsider who criticized career politicians. The district also includes parts of Tallahassee. € € € DISTRICT 4 Republican and former Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford will replace Republican U.S. Rep. Ander Crenshaw, who is retiring after 16 years in Congress. Rutherford worked in law enforcement for 41 years, including 12 years as sheriff. He also represented the Florida Sheriffs Association before the Legislature, which he said taught him how to compromise. € € € DISTRICT 5 Former Democratic state Sen. Al Lawson will replace Democratic U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown of Jacksonville, whom he beat in the August primary. The district was redrawn to include parts of Lawsons home of Tallahassee. That, combined with the fact that Brown is facing federal fraud charges, helped unseat the incumbent after 24 years in of“ce. Lawson served for 28 years in the Legislature, including 10 years in the Senate. He has worked as an insurance agent and a lobbyist. € € € DISTRICT 7 Democrat Stephanie Murphy will replace Republican U.S. Rep. John Mica in this central Florida district. Prior to his defeat Tuesday in a redrawn district that included more Democrats and minorities, Mica had easily won 12 consecutive U.S. House races. Murphy was an infant when her family ”ed Vietnam. Shes a businesswoman who previously worked on national security issues as a civilian employee at the Pentagon. € € € DISTRICT 9 Democratic state Sen. Darren Soto will replace Democratic U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, who gave up his seat in an unsuccessful run for U.S. Senate. Soto has served in the state Legislature since 2007 and will be the “rst person of Puerto Rican heritage to represent Florida in Congress. € € € DISTRICT 10 Democrat and former Orlando Police Chief Val Demings will replace U.S. Rep. Daniel Webster. Well, sort of. Webster will still be in Congress, but representing District 11. He switched seats after this Orlando-area district was redrawn to become more Democratic. Demings will now represent the district she narrowly lost to Webster in 2012, before it was redrawn. € € € DISTRICT 13 Crist beat Republican U.S. Rep. David Jolly, who “rst decided to abandon the seat and run for Senate when the district redraw made it more Democratic. Jolly changed his mind when it became clear Sen. Marco Rubio would run for re-election. Crists victory is his “rst as a Democrat after serving as a Republican state senator, education commissioner, attorney general and governor. And it marks his “rst victory since leaving the Republican Party in 2010, when he lost a U.S. Senate race as an independent. Crist also lost the 2014 governors race as a Democrat. € € € DISTRICT 18 Republican Brian Mast will replace Democratic U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, who left office to challenge Rubio. Mast is a former Army bomb technician who lost both legs and a finger after an explosion in Afghanistan six years ago. He has since received an online economics degree from Harvard University. € € € DISTRICT 19 Francis Rooney, a former ambassador to The Vatican, will replace U.S. Rep. Curt Clawson, who is leaving of“ce after only one full term. Rooney has been a top Republican donor. His company, Manhattan Construction Group, built the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers stadiums, and the presidential libraries of George W. and George H.W. Bush. He will become Congress wealthiest member.Florida sending Crist, 9 other new faces to US HouseBy BRENDAN FARRINGTONAP POLITICAL WRITER CRISTTALLAHASSEE (AP) „ The Seminole Tribe of Florida, which runs some of the states best known and most pro“table casinos, scored a major victory Wednesday after a federal judge ruled the tribe can keep blackjack tables at its gambling operations. U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle sided with the tribe in a yearlong legal tussle that could jeopardize payments the Seminoles now make to the state. Hinkle ruled that state regulators working under Gov. Rick Scott allowed dog and horse tracks to put in card games that mimicked ones that were supposed to be exclusive to tribe-owned casinos for a “ve-year period. Because the state allowed this monopoly to be easily evaded,Ž Hinkle ruled that the tribe could keep its blackjack tables for another 14 years. Seminole tribe of“cials praised the ruling and said it should guarantee that jobs at the casinos „ which include the Hard Rock in Hollywood and Tampa „ would remain in place. The Seminole Tribe is very pleased with Judge Hinkles ruling and is carefully reviewing it,Ž said Gary Bitner, a spokesman for the Seminoles. The tribe believes the ruling provides for its future stability and ensures 3,600 Seminole Gaming employees will keep their jobs.Ž Both sides signed a deal in 2010 that permitted the tribe to have blackjack at its casinos as well as slot machines at most of its locations. Florida has collected nearly $1.7 billion from the tribe as a result. But the blackjack provision expired in 2015, and with dog and horse tracks also lobbying hard to expand, the Florida Legislature rejected a new larger deal that would have also allowed the tribe to offer craps and roulette. Unable to reach a new agreement, the state and tribe “led lawsuits against each other in late 2015. The tribe accused state of“cials of failing to negotiate in good faith, while the Scott administration wanted a federal judge to order the removal of the blackjack tables. The tribe and the state squared off in court for three days in early October and, during the trial, Hinkle seemed skeptical about some of the explanations state regulators gave while on the stand. In his ruling, Hinkle said some of the activities permitted by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation were egregious.ŽSeminole Tribe of Florida wins battle to keep blackjack

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Page 10 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 TODAY / TONIGHTMostly sunnyMainly clearHIGH 82° LOW 56°0% chance of rain 5% chance of rainMostly sunny and nice80° / 53°0% chance of rain FRIDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREMostly sunny and nice80° / 55°5% chance of rain SATURDAYNice with times of sun and clouds82° / 61°25% chance of rain SUNDAYA couple of showers possible79° / 57°30% chance of rain TUESDAYMainly cloudy, a shower in the afternoon82° / 62°50% chance of rain MONDAY 0-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 Very Unhealthy; 301-500 HazardousSource : scgov.net 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme.RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather. com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.UV Index and RealFeel Temperature® TodayPrecipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Temperatures Temperatures TemperaturesSource : National Allergy Bureau CONDITIONS TODAY AIR QUALITY INDEX POLLEN INDEX WEATHER HISTORY WEATHER TRIVIA’ PORT CHARLOTTE SEBRING VENICE657685868072Air Quality Index readings as of WednesdayMain pollutant: OzonePunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Wednesday Sebring through 2 p.m. Wednesday Venice through 2 p.m. Wednesday24 hours through 2 p.m. Wed. 0.00Ž Month to date Trace Normal month to date 0.64Ž Year to date 61.81Ž Normal year to date 47.69Ž Record 3.40Ž (1968) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Wed. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Wed. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.00Ž Normal month to date 0.63Ž Year to date 34.95Ž Normal year to date 47.07Ž Record 3.40Ž (1968) High/Low 82°/56° Normal High/Low 82°/61° Record High 89° (2015) Record Low 42° (1976) High/Low 84°/61° High/Low 79°/63° Normal High/Low 80°/61° Record High 90° (1994) Record Low 39° (1976)Pollen Index readings as of Wednesday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2016 2015 Avg. Record/Year J an. 9.93 0.64 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 4.09 3.59 2.43 11.05/1983 Mar. 1.85 1.79 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 0.99 1.37 2.03 5.80/1994 May 3.46 2.75 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.19 8.47 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 7.68 9.40 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 7.81 10.50 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 7.77 7.88 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 4.04 1.62 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. Trace 1.36 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.63 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 61.81 51.00 50.65 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Fri.Apalachicola 75 48 s 77 50 pc Bradenton 80 59 s 77 58 s Clearwater 79 60 s 77 58 s Coral Springs 82 65 pc 82 60 s Daytona Beach 75 51 s 78 51 s Fort Lauderdale 81 67 pc 81 64 s Fort Myers 82 60 s 79 57 s Gainesville 75 45 s 77 47 s Jacksonville 72 44 s 77 49 pc Key Largo 80 67 pc 80 64 s Key West 80 72 pc 80 71 s Lakeland 79 53 s 78 50 s Melbourne 79 58 s 79 54 s Miami 81 67 pc 81 64 s Naples 83 62 s 81 59 s Ocala 76 46 s 76 45 s Okeechobee 80 54 s 79 49 s Orlando 80 53 s 80 50 s Panama City 75 49 s 76 52 pc Pensacola 76 50 s 75 53 pc Pompano Beach 81 66 pc 81 63 s St. Augustine 72 52 s 76 54 s St. Petersburg 80 61 s 78 61 s Sarasota 83 59 s 79 59 s Tallahassee 77 43 s 78 47 pc Tampa 82 59 s 78 57 s Vero Beach 80 59 pc 79 54 s West Palm Beach 81 64 pc 80 62 s Punta Gorda Englewood Boca Grande El Jobean Venice High Low High Low Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland direction in knots in feet chop TIDES MARINEPossible weather-related delays today. Check with your airline for the most updated schedules. Hi/Lo Outlook Delays AIRPORTToday 11:25a 5:51a 11:57p 5:59p Fri. 12:37p 6:46a --6:42p Today 10:02a 4:07a 10:34p 4:15p Fri. 11:14a 5:02a 11:03p 4:58p Today 9:09a 2:53a 9:42p 2:54p Fri. 10:17a 3:49a 10:08p 3:34p Today 11:57a 6:20a --6:28p Fri. 12:29a 7:15a 1:09p 7:11p Today 8:17a 2:46a 8:49p 2:54p Fri. 9:29a 3:41a 9:18p 3:37p NE 5-10 0-2 Light NE 8-16 1-3 ModerateFt. Myers 82/60 sun none Punta Gorda 83/56 sun none Sarasota 83/59 sun none The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2016Full Nov 14 Last Nov 21 New Nov 29 First Dec 7 Today 3:02 p.m. 2:18 a.m. Friday 3:45 p.m. 3:20 a.m. Today 6:45 a.m. 5:40 p.m. Friday 6:45 a.m. 5:39 p.m. Today 1:25a 7:38a 1:51p 8:04p Fri. 2:11a 8:24a 2:37p 8:50p Sat. 2:58a 9:12a 3:25p 9:39p WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 11/10/16 Today Fri. Today Fri. Today Fri. Today Fri.Albuquerque 58 39 s 60 38 s Anchorage 40 32 c 38 31 sn Atlanta 71 45 s 73 50 pc Baltimore 60 44 s 63 34 pc Billings 60 36 s 65 45 s Birmingham 72 40 s 74 47 pc Boise 66 44 s 68 50 s Boston 52 42 pc 58 34 pc Buffalo 58 46 s 48 28 c Burlington, VT 51 44 s 46 30 sh Charleston, WV 59 39 s 59 32 pc Charlotte 67 36 s 72 40 pc Chicago 65 44 s 51 33 pc Cincinnati 61 43 s 57 32 pc Cleveland 60 48 s 54 36 pc Columbia, SC 70 38 s 75 44 pc Columbus, OH 60 42 s 55 29 pc Concord, NH 51 35 s 52 27 pc Dallas 69 54 pc 75 54 pc Denver 68 32 s 59 33 s Des Moines 68 42 s 57 31 s Detroit 61 44 s 52 29 pc Duluth 59 35 s 46 30 s Fairbanks 28 15 c 26 10 c Fargo 57 32 s 47 34 s Hartford 55 39 s 57 30 pc Helena 57 33 s 61 38 s Honolulu 84 69 s 85 71 s Houston 74 54 c 75 54 pc Indianapolis 60 44 s 56 31 pc Jackson, MS 71 41 s 72 46 pc Kansas City 67 44 s 59 34 s Knoxville 65 38 s 67 39 s Las Vegas 78 57 s 77 56 s Los Angeles 90 61 s 85 60 s Louisville 65 45 s 63 37 pc Memphis 67 46 s 70 44 pc Milwaukee 63 42 s 50 34 pc Minneapolis 63 39 s 49 32 pc Montgomery 75 39 s 76 48 pc Nashville 67 40 s 70 40 pc New Orleans 74 56 s 75 60 pc New York City 56 47 s 61 36 pc Norfolk, VA 59 45 s 68 43 s Oklahoma City 68 49 s 69 42 s Omaha 68 39 s 58 29 s Philadelphia 59 46 s 63 37 s Phoenix 82 60 s 83 60 s Pittsburgh 59 44 s 52 28 pc Portland, ME 48 39 pc 54 26 pc Portland, OR 64 50 pc 61 52 r Providence 54 42 pc 60 32 pc Raleigh 63 41 s 70 38 s Salt Lake City 64 42 s 65 43 s St. Louis 66 47 s 61 37 s San Antonio 70 57 c 73 58 c San Diego 86 61 s 82 60 s San Francisco 73 57 s 70 58 pc Seattle 61 50 pc 62 51 r Washington, DC 62 46 s 64 40 s Amsterdam 43 34 r 41 29 c Baghdad 83 53 pc 85 55 pc Beijing 54 29 pc 51 31 s Berlin 35 28 pc 35 27 c Buenos Aires 85 50 s 74 52 s Cairo 84 66 pc 81 66 pc Calgary 56 32 pc 59 42 c Cancun 86 72 pc 85 72 pc Dublin 48 34 pc 52 49 r Edmonton 51 36 pc 49 37 c Halifax 44 37 c 52 33 pc Kiev 40 31 c 36 28 pc London 50 37 sh 48 42 pc Madrid 57 33 s 58 38 pc Mexico City 66 53 pc 68 55 pc Montreal 50 42 pc 43 28 pc Ottawa 51 40 pc 43 24 pc Paris 51 40 sh 49 37 pc Regina 52 29 s 54 37 s Rio de Janeiro 90 74 c 85 73 pc Rome 62 50 pc 65 44 t St. Johns 46 34 c 50 41 c San Juan 87 76 pc 88 77 pc Sydney 75 63 pc 73 65 pc Tokyo 55 49 c 58 53 r Toronto 58 46 s 47 29 pc Vancouver 57 50 c 56 48 r Winnipeg 52 29 s 42 34 sHigh ........... 97° at Miramar MCAS, CALow ......................... 8° at Walden, CO(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)74°A powerful storm produced a state record low barometer reading of 28.54 inches in Spencer, Iowa, on Nov. 10, 1998. Q: What is to precipitation that evaporates on the way down from the clouds?A: Virga. Port Charlotte Tampa Bradenton Englewood Fort Myers Myakka City Punta Gorda Lehigh Acres Hull Arcadia Bartow Winter Haven Plant City Brandon St. Petersburg Wauchula Sebring Lake Wales Frostproof La Belle Felda Lake Placid Brighton Venus Longboat Key Placida Osprey Limestone Apollo Beach Venice Ft. Meade Sarasota Clearwater Boca Grande Cape Coral Sanibel Bonita Springs Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. North Port 82/56 80/55 81/58 81/59 79/55 84/55 82/55 81/54 82/55 82/59 80/59 84/65 81/56 82/60 81/56 83/56 82/58 82/56 81/58 79/54 79/55 80/52 82/51 80/61 80/56 83/61 82/55 82/57 81/54 83/55 81/56 80/52 83/59 79/60 83/64 82/60 83/59 82/56 WORLD BRIEFSPolice: 7 killed in London tram derailmentLONDON (AP) „ Seven people were killed and more than 50 injured when a tram derailed while rounding a tight curve in a rainstorm in south London Wednesday, police said. Investigators said the train, which tipped over on its side, apparently was going faster than permitted. British Transport Police initially said “ve people had died, with several others seriously injured. The force later raised the death toll to seven. Police arrested the 42-year-old tram driver on suspicion of manslaughter. Emergency workers labored for hours to free “ve people trapped in the wreckage of the two-carriage tram tipped over next to an underpass in the Croydon area. The Rail Accident Investigation Branch said the tram derailed as it was negotiating a sharp curve with a speed limit of 12 miles per hour (20 kph). Initial indications suggest that the tram was traveling at a signi“cantly higher speed than is permitted,Ž it said in a statement.Cubans fear Trump to reverse opening, army drills announcedHAVANA (AP) „ Cubans worried on Wednesday that President Donald Trump would throw the United States 2-year-old detente with Cuba into reverse, erasing their hopes for a more prosperous future of normal ties with Washington. The Cuban government, meanwhile, announced the launch of “ve days of nationwide military exercises to prepare troops to confront what it called a range of actions by the enemy,Ž using terminology that almost always refers to the United States. The government did not link the exercises to Donald Trumps U.S. presidential victory, but the announcement of maneuvers and tactical exercises across the country came nearly simultaneously with Trumps surprise win. It was the seventh time Cuba has held what it calls the Bastion Strategic Exercise, often in response to points of high tension with the United States.UN sees small but significant Iranian nuke deal violationVIENNA (AP) „ The United Nations agency monitoring the nuclear pact between Iran and six world powers said Wednesday that Iran is in violation of the deal meant to curb its ability to make atomic arms by storing marginally more heavy water than the agreement allows. Heavy water is a concern because it is used to cool reactors that can produce substantial amounts of plutonium. That, in turn, can be applied to making the “ssile core of nuclear warheads. The U.Ns International Atomic Energy Agency said in a con“dential report obtained by The Associated Press that Iran had exceeded the heavy water allotment of 130 metric tons (143.3 tons) only slightly „ by 100 kilograms (220 pounds.) The report also noted that Iran had served notice it would resolve the issue by exporting 5 metric tons, substantially over the excess amount. Wednesdays report said the agency veri“ed the overhang on Tuesday, just days after IAEA chief Yukiya Amano expressed concernsŽ to top Iranian of“cials.70 years on, Jewish survivors detained in Cyprus rememberedNICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) „ Nechema Friedman says her parents often recalled how the months they spent in a detention camp in Cyprus after World War II nurtured their desire to plant roots in Palestine. The 69-year-old returned to the east Mediterranean island on Wednesday along with dozens of fellow Israelis also born in Cyprus to mark the 70th anniversary of the camps where 52,000 Holocaust survivors were interned by the British. Cyprus Defense Minister Christoforos Fokaides unveiled a memorial at a Cypriot Army camp that formerly housed a British military hospital where 800 Jewish infants were born after the war. Some 2,200 children in all were born to Jewish couples in the camps. People still brought children into this world, their hopes revived here on this ground,Ž Friedman said at the memorial created in the semicircle shape of the corrugated iron hut that housed detainees. KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) „ Afghanistans president on Wednesday welcomed home Sharbat Gulla, National Geographics famed green-eyed Afghan Girl,Ž just hours after she was deported from Pakistan, the latest in the odyssey of the globally recognized refugee. Gullas deportation came after a regional court in the Pakistani city of Peshawar convicted her on charges of carrying a forged Pakistani ID card and staying in the country illegally. The case has drawn international attention and criticism of Pakistani authorities over their perceived harsh treatment of Gulla „ and other Afghans who Islamabad says will be expelled as illegal immigrants. Gulla gained international fame as an Afghan refugee girl in 1984, when war photographer Steve McCurrys photograph of her, with piercing green eyes, was published on National Geographics cover. McCurry found her again in 2002. In 2014, she went into hiding after authorities accused her of buying fake Pakistani documents. She was arrested in late October and the Peshawar court earlier this month ordered her deported. Earlier Wednesday, Gulla and her four children were handed over to Afghan authorities at the Torkham border crossing, about 60 kilometers (37 miles) northwest Peshawar. From there she was ”own to Kabul where President Ashraf Ghani and his wife Rula hosted a reception for Gulla at the presidential palace. Ghani also handed her keys to a fully-furnished apartment. As a child, she captured the hearts of millions because she was the symbol of displacement,Ž Ghani said of Gulla. The enormous beauty, the enormous energy that she projected from her face captured hearts and became one of the most famous photographs of the 1980s and up until the 1990s.Ž It is a privilege for me to welcome her. We are proud to see that she lives with dignity and with security in her homeland,Ž Ghani said. Peshawar of“cial Fayaz Khan said Gulla, a widow, and her children were taken by convoy to the border with Afghanistan before dawn Wednesday. She looked visibly unhappy and before crossing, turned once to look back at Pakistan, her home of many years, and murmured good wishes for the Pakistani people, according to two customs of“cials at the scene. The of“cials spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media. After the Peshawar court sentenced Gulla to 15 days in jail and a “ne of $1,000, she fell ill and was admitted to the citys Lady Reading hospital. The hospital staff gave Gulla a bouquet of red roses as she was taken away Wednesday, said Dr Mukhtiar Zaman, who described her as still being weak from her illness. Around 3 million Afghans live in Pakistan, most of them as refugees who ”ed over the almost 40 years of continuous con”ict. Pakistan recently stepped up their expulsions.Pakistan deports National Geographics iconic Afghan Girl AP PHOTOAfghan famed woman Sharbat Gulla meets with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, at the Presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan.

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INDEX | Lottery 2 | NHL 2 | Quick hits 2 | NBA 2 | Auto racing 3 | NFL 3 | College football 4, 6 | College basketball 4 | Scoreboard 5SPORTS Thurssday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSports Denny Hamlin heads into an elimination race with pressure for a big finishPAGE 3Feeling the heatTAMPA The distractions are gone. The contract. The surgery. The blood thinners. When will Steven Stamkos return? Where will he end up? All of them, gone. Stamkos plays this season with a mind free of clutter and it shows. The Lightning captain leads the team in shots, something he has done every season when healthy. But it is the amount of shots per game that stands out. Stamkos is averaging 3.78 through 13 games. If he maintains that pace this year it will top his previous season-high of 3.70 set during his 60-goal season in 2011-2012. For somebody of his skillset, thats a good thing for us,Ž coach Jon Cooper said. It is a conscious effort to shot more? A product of the ”ow of that nights game? I think its a little bit of both,Ž Stamkos said. Ive always tried to make the best play possible on the ice. For me, everyone may not agree with it, but at the time thats what I thought. I thought the pass was the best play. If the pass wasnt there and I shot I thought the shot was the best play. Ive never really strayed from the mentality.Ž Con“dence plays a big part of this, and right now, Stamkos said, his con“dence is at a high level. Usually con“dence leads to shooting the puck more, because you want to be in Getting back in the zoneBy ROGER MOONEYTAMPA BAY TIMES NHL: Tampa Bay LightningDistractions gone, Stamkos focuses on game AP PHOTOTampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos takes the puck down the ice during the second period Monday against the Florida Panthers in Sunrise.STAMKOS | 2 Appleby to start against S.C.GAINESVILLE „ Florida coach Jim McElwain says quarterback Austin Appleby will start against South Carolina on Saturday. McElwain made the announcement Wednesday on the weekly Southeastern Conference coaches call, saying Appleby will start when the 22nd-ranked Gators (6-2, 4-2 SEC) host the Gamecocks (5-4, 3-4). Starter Luke Del Rio will be out a whileŽ with a right shoulder injury. McElwain adds that were not afraidŽ to play Feleipe Franks, a 6-foot-6 freshman who not yet made his debut. Appleby completed 42 of 67 passes for 440 yards, with three touchdowns and an interception, in two starts in place of Del Rio earlier this season. Appleby was at his best in the “rst half at Tennessee, but he has been fairly pedestrian in six quarters since. McElwain says if we need a spark, Feleipe could be that guy. Who knows?Ž COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Florida BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GAMECOCKS AT GATORSWHO: South Carolina (5-4) at Florida (6-2) WHEN: Noon, Saturday WHERE: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville TV: CBSTAMPA „ Look in the mirror. Thats what linebacker Lavonte David and his teammates were told to do by coaches following poor defensive efforts against the Raiders and Falcons. If he did, David probably didnt recognize the player staring back at him. Certainly, he didnt resemble the All-Pro tackling machine that was rewarded with a “ve-year, $50.25 million contract prior to last season. In the defense under new coordinator Mike Smith, David has been Big picture dim for D NFL: Tampa Bay BuccaneersMore production from David & Co. a Bucs mustBy RICK STROUDTAMPA BAY TIMESAP FILE PHOTOThe pressure is on for Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Robert Ayers, left, and outside linebacker Lavonte David to help turn the Buccaneers season around before its too late. BUCS | 3 COLLEGE STATION, Texas „ When both of Texas A&Ms top quarterbacks left the school within days of each other in December, the Aggies were left scrambling to “nd someone to run Kevin Sumlins high-powered offense. They found it in Trevor Knight, who came to the school as a graduate transfer in January after a successful career at Oklahoma. Knight stepped in as Texas A&Ms starter to become the most successful graduate transfer in the Southeastern Conference Knight atop group of impact grad transfers COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Southeastern ConferenceBy KRISTIE RIEKENASSOCIATED PRESSAP FILE PHOTOTexas A&Ms Trevor Knight is the highest prole graduate transfer in the Southeastern Conference this season. SEC | 6 adno=713281

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Lakers at SacramentoNFL FOOTBALL8:20 p.m. NFL „ Cleveland at BaltimoreSOCCER10 p.m. ESPN2 „ Women, International friendly, United States vs. Romania, at San Jose, Calif.Sports on radioNBA BASKETBALL7:30 p.m. 97.3 FM/1240 AM „ Chicago at MiamiNFL FOOTBALL8 p.m. 99.3 FM „ Cleveland at Baltimore control of what happens on that play,Ž he said. When youre not feeling great you want to pass it off to someone.Ž Stamkos, who has a team-high seven goals and seven assists, has bene“ted from the play of linemates Nikita Kucherov and Jonathan Drouin. Kucherov leads the team with 11 assists. I point to when that line is being responsible all over the ice, and I throw Kooch in there as well, those guys can be really dynamic offensively,Ž Cooper said. Playing within the system is the key, Cooper said. It is counterproductive when Stamkos and Kucherov try to push too much in the offensive zone. But when they play within the ”ow, the other team is more vulnerable to making a mistake. When that happens, those two can pounce. The one thing for Stammer, hes been making his own breaks,Ž Cooper said. Hes been really on the right side of pucks.Ž Jumping on opposing teams mistakes, playing in synch with Kucherov and Drouin, playing without any off-ice issues has made Stamkos more active when it comes to shooting the puck. Thats never a bad thing. I dont think Im going into games thinking I want to shoot every time I get it. I still want to be a guy who reads the play and believes in the playmaking ability, but its worked out the way it has,Ž Stamkos said. Im going to continue to shoot when I feel its the best time to shoot and I dont think Ill ever stray from that.ŽNUTS AND BOLTSForward Cory Conacher was reassigned Tuesday to AHL Syracuse. He was recalled for Mondays game against the Panthers to give the Lightning options if a forward couldnt play. Forward Valtteri Filppula was a healthy scratch because of a lower body injury. Conacher did not dress as Cooper went with seven defensemen and 11 forwards for the first time this season.STAMKOSFROM PAGE 1 ISLANDERS AT LIGHTNINGWHO: New York (5-6-2) at Tampa Bay (7-5-1) WHEN: 7:30 p.m., today WHERE: Amalie Arena, Tampa TV: SUN RADIO: 970 AM TICKETS: ticketmaster.comA season after every Canadian team was shut out of the NHL playoffs for the “rst time since 1970, two teams north of the border are off to strong starts. The Montreal Canadiens and Edmonton Oilers made major moves in the offseason that have panned out so far, helping them build the largest divisional leads in the league. Montreal began the season 9-0-1, creating a cushion in the Atlantic and re-establishing itself as a contender in the Eastern Conference. Edmonton won seven of its “rst eight, shooting to the top of the Paci“c and making a rare appearance atop the Western Conference standings. Its great that weve created a buzz back in Canada, where hockey is the No. 1 sport,Ž Oilers winger Milan Lucic told The Associated Press. Theres de“nitely a buzz in Edmonton, where its been a long time since fans have been able to root for a team that has won.Ž Connor McDavid has made the Oilers relevant again, restoring pride to a “ve-time Stanley Cupwinning franchise that has endured a 10-season postseason drought. The 19-year-old center was named the NHLs “rst star in October after opening the season with three points in each of his “rst two games, scoring two game-winning goals and having 12 points in nine games. McDavid played in his 14th game of the season Tuesday night at Pittsburgh, a year after a breaking his left clavicle 13 games into his rookie season. He was out for nearly three months last season but didnt miss a beat when he returned, “nishing with 48 points in 45 games. He draws attention from opponents like hes already a superstar and responds like a savvy veteran, giving up the puck to open teammates as he did to set up a winning goal Sunday night in Detroit. McDavid, the No. 1 pick last year, simply shrugs his shoulders and gives aw-shucks answers when asked to explain his knack for knowing when to shoot and when to pass. Ive done it my whole life,Ž he said. Even though McDavid hasnt played an entire season yet, Oilers coach Todd McLellan doesnt hesitate to say hes one of the NHLs top players. The way teams are paying attention to him, checking him, and making him a focal point, I think that would indicate that a lot of the league agrees,Ž McLellan said. McDavid cant win alone, though. Lucic has provided an instant return on the franchises $42 million, seven-year investment in him during free agency over the summer, giving the team an established veteran to lean on in his 10th season. Every good team needs at least a solid goaltender and the Oilers have one in Cam Talbot, who is in his second season with the team and fourth in the league. Canadiens, Oilers start strong north of borderBy LARRY LAGEASSOCIATED PRESS NHL: Around the league AP PHOTOThe Edmonton Oilers won seven of their rst eight games this season, and are one of two Canadian teams enjoying a strong start after last seasons playos drought. QUICK HITSMLB TO DESTROY INDIANS CHAMPION WORLD SERIES GEARCLEVELAND (AP) „ Clothing and other items celebrating a 2016 Cleveland Indians World Series championship that never happened will be destroyed instead of donated to those in need. Championship merchandise is produced for both teams when a major title is on the line so items can be immediately sold to the winning teams fans. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Indians in the Series last week. ESPN and The Huf“ngton Post report Major League Baseball is asking retailers to give back Indians championship gear so it can be destroyed. MLB had donated clothing to needy countries through the charity World Vision since 2005. MLB says it has opted to destroy the items this year in order to protect the team from inaccurate merchandise being available in the general marketplace.Ž MLB fires arbitrator: In Scottsdale, Ariz., the baseball players union fired arbitrator Fredric Horowitz. Dan Halem, Major League Baseballs chief legal officer, informed general managers at their meeting this week. The players association made the decision after Horowitz ruled against it in an injury assignment case involving Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Charlie Culberson. Horowitz started as baseballs neutral arbitrator in June 2012. He replaced Shyam Das, who had held the position since 1999 but was fired by management following his decision to overturn Ryan Brauns 50-game suspension for a positive drug test.SOCCERDonovan undecided on future: In Carson, Calif., Landon Donovan says he is not ready to decide whether he will extend his MLS comeback for another season following the LA Galaxys elimination from the playoffs. The Galaxy also had no news on the career plans of Steven Gerrard and Robbie Keane. COLUMBUS, OHIO „ Zach Werenski scored 1:21 into overtime after Columbus blew a two-goal lead, aand the Blue Jackets escaped with a 3-2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday night. Brandon Saad had a goal and an assist and Boone Jenner scored his “rst this season for Columbus. Sergei Bobrovsky made 30 saves. Anaheims Nick Ritchie tied it at 2 early in the third period after Rickard Rakell scored late in the second. John Gibson made 15 stops. After being pinned in its zone to start overtime, Columbus pushed the play forward. Alexander Wennberg „ who got his 12th assist „ spun with the puck at the left faceoff dot, hitting Werenski with a pass in stride in the slot. The rookie defenseman snapped a shot by Gibson for his third goal. Jenner and Saad scored in the “rst 5 1‡2 minutes of the game, but the Ducks regained their footing and carried the play from the midpoint of the “rst period into the third. Rakell got his goal with 2:39 left in the second on a shot that redirected off Werenski. Cam Fowler shot a puck that banked off Rakell before de”ecting off Werenskis blade and in. Bobrovsky gifted Anaheim its other goal 1:25 into the third. He left his net and misplayed a puck, allowing Joseph Cramarossa to get possession and pass to Ritchie in front for an easy tying score. Columbus gave itself a “rst-period cushion for the second time in two games against the Ducks this season. The Blue Jackets scored all of their goals in the opening frame in a 4-0 win at Anaheim two weeks ago. Jenner was left alone in front and easily put a rebound past Gibson 1:23 in. The goal was his “rst after scoring a career-best 30 last season. Columbus exposed more open ice four minutes later to make it 2-0. Ryan Murray moved into the zone and sent the puck inside the right circle to Saad, who buried the one-timer for his fourth. Senators 2, Sabres 1: In Buffalo, N.Y., Bobby Ryan and Kyle Turris scored during a shootout to help Ottawa beat Buffalo. Turris scored in the first round to match Sam Reinharts tally, and then Ryan put Ottawa ahead in the second round. Mike Condon stopped Brian Gionta on Buffalos final attempt and finished with 31 saves. Ryan Dzingel got a tying goal for Ottawa 7:15 into the second period. Nicholas Baptiste scored for Buffalo, and Robin Lehner made 28 saves while the Sabres lost their second in a row.Rookies OT score lifts JacketsBY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NHL ROUNDUPORLANDO „ Zach LaVine scored 37 points and Andrew Wiggins added 29 as the Minnesota Timberwolves won their “rst road game of the season, defeating the Orlando Magic 123-107 Wednesday night. A night after collapsing defensively against Brooklyn, the Timberwolves (2-5) bounced back with an impressive performance in which they led the Magic by as many as 30 points in the “rst half. Orlando cut the de“cit to 11 late, but could get no closer. Wizards 118, Celtics 93: In Washington, Otto Porter scored a career-high 34 points and Washington jumped out to a big first-quarter lead and cruised past Boston for only their second victory of the season. Porter shot 15 of 19, had 14 rebounds and sparked the fast start with 20 points in the first half. John Wall had 19 points, and Trey Burke added 18 for Washington (2-5). Knicks 110, Nets 96: In New York, Carmelo Anthony scored 14 of his 22 points in the third quarter and Kristaps Porzingis added 21 to lead New York. Rookie center Willy Hernangomez had a season-best 14 points, Derrick Rose also scored 14 and the Knicks climbed out of a 14-point hole to take the first meeting of the season between the rivals. Hornets 104, Jazz 98: In Charlotte, N.C., Kemba Walker scored 21 points, and streaking Charlotte topped Utah for its fourth straight win. Walker, the third-leading scorer in the Eastern Conference at more than 24 points per game, struggled with his shot early and finished just 7 of 20 from the field, but made several key baskets down the stretch where he had nine points. Hawks 115, Bulls 107: In Atlanta, Thabo Sefolosha scored 20 points, Dwight Howard added 18 and the Hawks beat the Bulls for their third consecutive victory. Paul Millsap had 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Hawks, and Dennis Schroder scored 13. Howard grabbed 10 boards as Atlanta outrebounded the Bulls 49-30. Pacers 122, 76ers 115, OT: In Indianapolis, Paul George scored seven of Indianas 13 points in overtime and the Pacers beat the winless 76ers. George finished with 28 points and eight rebounds.TWolves rip MagicBY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA ROUNDUP AP PHOTOMinnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine dribbles by Orlando Magic guard Evan Fournier during the second half Wednesday in Orlando.

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com SP Page 3 largely a non-factor and the face of the Bucs failure. After averaging 144 tackles, three sacks, two forced fumbles and 2.2 interceptions through his “rst four NFL seasons, David has watched his production plummet. Through eight games, he has only 44 tackles and one sack. For the “rst time in his career, David failed to record a tackle or sack in a game at Arizona in Week 2. David, 26, isnt complaining. Hes the same con“dent, quiet team player he has always been. Its making me more versatile,Ž David said. Helping me not be stagnant and line up in different places and things like that. Its not bad at all. Its pretty fun, actually. Being up on the line of scrimmage and getting some of the action. Being one-on-one with blockers and stuff like that. Its different but its pretty cool.Ž But he also knows the Bucs are looking for stars such as him and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy to turn things around in the second half of the season. What can David do better? Ive got to demand communication out there,Ž David said. Ive got to demand the level of play out there from everybody. Not just from everybody, but from myself, also. If nothing is going the way its supposed to, than obviously, each and every one of us is not doing something right. Thats why I took a step back and looked into the mirror. I thought maybe I could study more. Understand what the offense is going to try to beat us with when were in a certain defense. Basically, just sitting back and looking at the bigger picture.Ž The big picture doesnt look so good. Tampa Bay owns the fourthworst scoring defense in the league, allowing 29 points per game. Opposing quarterbacks have a 103.5 passer rating. They cant consistently rush the passer. Well, we have no choice, we have to get better,Ž coach Dirk Koetter said. If we dont, then its going to be a long eight weeks, and thats not how were looking at it. Were looking at it as its halftime and weve got to make adjustments and come out swinging in the second half. It starts with communication. It starts with everybody knowing what to do and how to do it. After that, from a scheme standpoint, weve got to put our best players in position to make plays. And then the players that are playing those positions, our A players have to play like A players and B players have to play like B players. ƒ Were just not where we need to be in those areas right now and weve got eight games to get it right.Ž So how did the Bucs turn David from one of the best linebackers in the NFL to a relative lamb? From outstanding to bystander? For starters, he isnt just lining up behind McCoy on the weak side of the formation and playing see ball, hit ball. Smith has moved David around and given him even more responsibilities. Sometimes hes on the line of scrimmage, engaging blockers from the snap. This isnt like 2009, when the Bucs hired defensive coordinator Jim Bates. While he ran a 4-3 defense, the defensive linemen moved to a two-gap system and defensive backs played more man coverage, instead of Tampa 2. Bates was “red 10 games into the season after a 1-9 start. Nobody is calling for Smiths job yet. But the Bucs will need to show improvement the second half and it starts with getting more out of players such as David. Theres no getting around the numbers part, but Lavonte is being asked to do some different things than he was being asked to do the last couple years,Ž Koetter said. When we went back over this little mini-bye and looked at all the players, there were things that we can do better at every position, and linebacker is one of those positions. But quarterback is one of those positions, wideout is one „ Im not going to stand here and share all the stuff that were telling the players that we need to get better at it. That would be foolish. But we have a list of things at every position and, like I said, we started addressing those things with the guys (Monday) morning.ŽBUCSFROM PAGE 1 BEARS AT BUCSWHO: Chicago (2-6) at Tampa Bay (3-5) WHEN: 1 p.m., Sunday WHERE: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa TV: FOX RADIO: 99.3 FM TICKETS: ticketmaster.com AROUND THE TRACKNASCARCANAM 500 SITE: Avondale, Arizona. SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (1:30 p.m., NBCSN), qualifying (6:45 p.m., NBCSN); Saturday, practice, (3 p.m., NBCSN); practice (6 p.m., NBCSN); Sunday, race, 2:30 p.m., NBC. TRACK: Phoenix International Raceway (oval, 1 mile). RACE DISTANCE: 312 miles, 312 laps. LAST YEAR: Kevin Harvick had the dominant car, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. won despite leading just 22 laps. LAST WEEK: Carl Edwards won a rain-shortened race in Texas to lock up a spot in the championship next week in Florida. FAST FACTS: Harvick, the 2014 champion, needs a win at Phoenix. But he has won six of the last eight races there. ...Edwards and Jimmie Johnson have locked up spots in the title race. Joe Gibbs Racing drivers Kyle Busch, Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin head to Phoenix just below the cutline for the final four spots. NEXT RACE: Ford Eco-Boost 400, Nov. 20, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, Florida. ONLINE: http:www.nascar.comXFINITYTICKET GALAXY 200 SITE: Avondale, Arizona. SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (12:30 p.m., NBCSN), practice (4:30 p.m., NBCSN); Saturday, qualifying, (4:15 p.m., NBCSN), race, 7:30 p.m., NBCSN. TRACK: Phoenix International Raceway (oval, 1 mile). RACE DISTANCE: 200 miles, 200 laps. LAST YEAR: Kyle Busch won from the pole to close out 2015 with a victory. LAST WEEK: Kyle Larson won his fifth career race in the series. FAST FACTS: Its the second to last race of the season in the Xfinity series, and the eight-driver list for the championship will be cut to four in Phoenix. ...Daniel Suarez has just a one-point lead over Elliott Sadler and a 10-point cushion over Erik Jones „ who has won four times in 2016. Brendan Gaughan, who is eighth, was docked 10 points after a body height violation last week. NEXT RACE: Ford Eco-Boost 300, Saturday, Nov. 19, Homestead-Miami Speedway. ONLINE: http:www.nascar.comCAMPING WORLD TRUCKLUCAS OIL 150 SITE: Avondale, Arizona. SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (11:30 p.m., FS2), practice (3 p.m., FS2), qualifying, (8:30 p.m., FS2), race, 10 p.m., FS1. TRACK: Phoenix International Raceway (oval, 1 mile). RACE DISTANCE: 150 miles, 150 laps. LAST YEAR: Timothy Peters won for the 10th time in his career at Phoenixs fall event. LAST WEEK: Johnny Sauter continued his championship push with his second straight win. FAST FACTS: Sauter is the only driver locked into the Championship 4 race. William Byron, Christopher Bell, Matt Crafton, Peters and Ben Kennedy will vie for the other three spots this weekend. Bell has never raced at Phoenix though...Noah Gragson of Las Vegas will make his series debut for owner Kyle Busch. NEXT RACE: Ford Eco-Boost 200, Nov. 18, Homestead-Miami Speedway. ONLINE: http://www.nascar.comFORMULA ONEGRAND PRIX OF BRAZIL SITE: Sao Paolo. SCHEDULE: Friday, practice (7 a.m.), practice (11 a.m.); Saturday, practice (8 a.m.), qualifying (11 a.m.); Sunday, race, 11 a.m., NBCSN. TRACK: Jose Carlos Pace Autodrome (circuit, 2.67 miles). RACE DISTANCE: 191 miles, 71 laps. LAST YEAR: Nico Rosberg led 65 laps to win the second of three straight to close 2016. LAST RACE: Lewis Hamilton won from the pole for the second race in a row in Mexico City. FAST FACTS: Hamilton is 19 points behind Rosberg despite winning both the pole the race in the last two events. ... The Sao Paolo circuit is named after Jose Carlos Pace, a native Brazilian who won his first and only Formula 1 race at his hometown track in 1975. He died in 1977. NEXT RACE: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Nov. 27, Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi. ONLINE: http://www.formula1. comNHRA MELLO YELLO DRAG RACINGAUTO CLUB NHRA FINALS SITE: Pomona, California SCHEDULE: Friday, qualifying (3:45 p.m.), qualifying (6:45 p.m.); Saturday, qualifying, (3:45 p.m.), qualifying (6:45 p.m.), Sunday, finals, 6:37 p.m., FS1. TRACK: Auto Club Raceway LAST YEAR: Shawn Langdon closed 2015 with a win in California. LAST RACE: Antron Brown clinched his third world title in Las Vegas two weeks ago. FAST FACTS: Brown will be the world champion for the second year in a row regardless of what happens in Pomona. Brownhas made it to the final round 11 times in 2016, with seven wins. ... Steve Torrence is second in points, but just 11 ahead of Doug Kalitta. ONLINE: http://www.nhra.com CHARLOTTE, N.C. „ It has not been an easy march through NASCARs playoffs for Denny Hamlin, who once again must race his way into the next round. Hamlin was on his own at Talladega Superspeedway, a track that requires help from other drivers to be successful. Hamlins teammates at Joe Gibbs Racing had too much to lose that day and rode around in the back of the pack. He needed a strong “nish, and had to “gure it out alone. Now he again goes into an elimination race with the pressure on to pull off a big “nish. Carl Edwards is the only JGR driver who already has earned a berth in the championship race, and Hamlin is competing with teammates Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch for a spot in the “nal four. All three of the JGR drivers are within two points of each other in Chase standings. Busch is tied with Team Penskes Joey Logano for the lead, with Kenseth one point behind them and Hamlin two behind. Hamlin “nished third at Phoenix earlier this year. Phoenix was a good track for us in the spring,Ž Hamlin said. I look to go back there and have another great run and go out there and try to win. Thats what were going to do. Any time Ive been below (the cut line) in an elimination race, Ive found a way to get in (to the next round). I like our chances. Its a pressure race and I like pressure.ŽCREW CHIEF FINEDTeam Penske crew chief Todd Gordon has been fined $10,000 because a lug nut was not properly installed on Joey Loganos car at Texas. The penalty was the only monetary fine issued by NASCAR on Wednesday. But, five drivers were docked 15 minutes of practice time for inspection issues at Texas. Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards and Martin Truex Jr. all failed the pre-qualifying template inspection three times. AJ Allmendinger failed the laser inspection three times before qualifying. All will miss practice time Friday at Phoenix.DIBENEDETTO CLEAREDMatt DiBenedetto was cleared to race at Phoenix International Raceway after NASCAR held him out of one event because of a possible concussion. DiBenedetto missed last Sundays race at Texas Motor Speedway, where he was involved in a crash during the Xfinity Series race one day earlier. Jeffrey Earnhardt replaced DiBenedetto for BK Racing and finished 34th. It was the first Cup race DiBenedetto had not started since early in the 2015 season. DiBenedetto had said Sunday morning at Texas he felt fine and able to race, but said he had to respect the decision by NASCARs doctors. They decided they wanted to err on the side of caution, which I understand,Ž he said. Theyre doing their job.ŽDEJORIACONCUSSIONAlexis DeJoria has a concussion that will sideline the Funny Car driver from this weekends NHRA Finals in Pomona, California. DeJoria suffered the concussion in a crash during qualifying at the NHRA Toyota Nationals in Las Vegas, where her head hit the roll cage after the impact. Shell be replaced this weekend by Jeff Arend. DeJoria is not cleared to race, or even fly in a plane. I underwent a series of cognitive tests and the doctors diagnosed me with a fullblown concussion that required me to step away from the seat for the time being,Ž she said. It takes two weeks for these symptoms to subside and even then, because of the trauma from the concussion, it would be unsafe for me to race this weekend.Ž DeJoria missed two races earlier this season with a fractured pelvis. NASCAR NOTEBOOKHamlin ready for playoff pressureDiBenedetto cleared to race; Dejoria still under observation after suffering concussionAP FILE PHOTOJoe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin is headed into an elimination race this weekend and competing against two teammates for a spot in the nal four. By JENNA FRYERASSOCIATED PRESSTAMPA „ Bucs tackle Demar Dotson said he stayed up until 1 a.m. Wednesday watching the returns of the presidential election until, after doing some quick addition of electoral votes, he realized his candidate had won the presidency. I stayed up until 1 oclock in the morning, man, pulling for (Donald) Trump,Ž Dotson said later Wednesday. But after 1, after I did my little calculation, I said, Trump got it. I was waiting until 1, but I was getting too sleepy and had to go to sleep, but I was glad to see Trump win it.Ž Was he surprised that Trump will become the 45th president of the United States? I was a little surprised by the domination, but I wasnt surprised Trump won,Ž Dotson said. Even though a lot of teammates are mad at me because I was pulling for Trump.Ž Wide receiver Adam Humphries called it a heavyweight battleŽ between Republican Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a Democrat. It was just crazy to watch,Ž said Humphries, who said he watched the returns until 11 p.m. Tuesday. Yeah, I mean, obviously, the media portrayed that Hillary Clinton would probably come out with the win, so to see Trump come out and get that win, it was a surprise a little bit. But well see what he can do.Ž Bucs QB Jameis Winston said his focus Tuesday night wasnt on politics. I went to sleep, man,Ž Winston said. We have to win this game (Sunday against the Bears). We can deal with that (presidential election) every four years.ŽINJURIESWinston participated fully in Wednesdays practice, but he is included in the Bucs official injury report for the first time in his two-year NFL career after missing the end of last weeks loss to the Falcons with a knee injury. Winstons top target, WR Mike Evans, who leads the NFL with eight touchdown receptions, is also included in the injury report, though he, too, was a full participant. Evans remained in the NFLs concussion protocol after taking a hard hit on the sideline during the Falcons game, but coach Dirk Koetter said he expected Evans to be cleared from the protocol perhaps before Thursdays practice. Both Winston and Evans are expected to be healthy and play against the Bears. Six other players were limited by injuries. RB Doug Martin practiced for the first time since injuring a hamstring in Week 2 and was limited, as were C Joe Hawley (knee) and DT Clinton McDonald (hamstring). RB Jacquizz Rodgers (foot), G Kevin Pamphile (concussion) and WR Russell Shepard (hip) were held out of practice.STILL A FANOf course Cameron Brate will be all business during this Sundays game against the Bears, but the third-year tight end, 25, says he grew up a huge Bears fan „ especially of QB Jay Cutler, 33, who joined the Bears in 2009 „ in the Chicago suburb of Naperville. When I signed here, the background on my phone was Jay Cutler,Ž Brate said. Im a huge Jay Cutler fan.ŽBucs Dotson called election before TVBy GREG AUMAN and RICK STROUDTAMPA BAY TIMES TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS NOTEBOOK

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Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 SEATTLE „ Already the starting middle linebacker for the No. 4 team in the country, Azeem Victor is trying to do more. Victors goals go beyond what hes doing on the “eld for Washington and what hes doing in getting his education. In Victors case, doing more means being philanthropic and starting a foundation while hes still a college student and football player, in the hopes of keeping kids from making some of the mistakes he made that nearly cost him a chance at college. I always wanted to do something to give back ... for kids,Ž Victor said. Pretty much to give back, spread life and spread growth and keep the kids safe.Ž So while Victor has been steadily improving as one of the top linebackers in the Pac12, hes also been creating the Azeem Dream Foundation.Ž His target audience is middle school-age kids, hoping to reach out and in”uence them before habits can get formed „ like the ones that nearly kept Victor from “nding his way to college. Its an ambitious project for a college student to tackle and one still in its infancy. But with help from his grandmother and Washingtons compliance of“ce, Victor has created a base for trying to make a difference. It took a long time. It was a long process,Ž Victor said. Did a lot of research and my grandma is the CEO of her own business so she pretty much taught me the whole way. She laid out a map for me and I just knew what I wanted to do with it.Ž Victors cause is important to him because of how close he was to missing out on college. It wasnt until his “nal two years of high school that Victor „ a native of Compton, California „ realized he needed to change if his football potential was to lead to a college opportunity. That included online classes and tutoring in order to meet the requirements for being a quali“ed college applicant. His goal with the foundation is to make sure those sixth, seventh and eighth graders have the supplies they need, and know what resources are available so they dont to scramble like he did in high school. He said, I want to catch kids who are young enough to shift their thinking. Because, when they get to be 10th and 11th graders, they think they know it all. They think theyre good enough to go to any college because theyre so good on the “eld. But I need to catch them early,Ž said Chiquita Bell, Victors grandmother. On the “eld, Victor is one of the top linebackers in the Pac12. At 6-foot-2, 230 pounds, hes a prototypical inside linebacker and is rated as one of the top NFL prospects whether he decides to enter the draft after his junior season or play out his “nal year with the Huskies. Two weeks ago, he earned Pac-12 and national defensive player of the week awards after recording 16 tackles in the Huskies win over Utah, but he didnt earn team defensive player of the game honors because of an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Its not something you can just talk about and they get. Its like everything: You work through it and youre trying to improve on that,Ž Washington coach Chris Petersen said. Some guys, just how theyre wired, its going to be more challenging than others. So I do think he pays much closer attention to it, and I think were making progress, but those are critical situations.ŽFootball just part of equation for VictorBy TIM BOOTHASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE FOOTBALL: No. 4 Washington When Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware decided that Syracuses Dontae Strickland had gone far enough, his WWE-style takedown raised some eyebrows and lit up social media. Boulware shrugged when asked about the bone-jarring tackle during Saturdays game, which the Tigers won 54-0. Its football. Im trying to get him down,Ž the senior said. The way I tackled him, people are going to freak out, but hes trying to get extra yards. Im trying to not let him get extra yards.Ž Its one of many stout defensive plays that go largely unnoticed nationally in the high-powered Atlantic Coast Conference. Its understandable. The ACC has more than its fair share of top”ight offensive players „ Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, Clemsons Deshaun Watson, and Florida State tailback Dalvin Cook top that list. But the “ery Boulware is one of many NFL-caliber standouts on the other side of the ball in the league. Each ACC team has at least three great players on their defense,Ž said former Clemson star Shaq Lawson, a “rst-round pick of the Buffalo Bills in the 2016 NFL draft. They always have like a “rstround pick. Last year, we had two “rst-round ACC defensive players (Lawson and Louisvilles Sheldon Rankins). It was just crazy.Ž A look at some of the defensive stalwarts of the ACC: € DeMarcus Walker, Florida State: The 6-4, 280-pound DE leads the nation with 10.5 sacks to match his total from last year and has three forced fumbles. Hes the first Seminole since Peter Boulware (1995-96) to record double-digit sack seasons in consecutive years and the third to have two double-digit sack seasons (Reinard Wilson did it in 1994 and 96). € Ejuan Price, Pittsburgh: The 5-11, 250-pound sixth-year senior LB has nine sacks, three forced fumbles, and 14 solo TFLs for a national-best 91 yards lost. Hes projected as a fourthor fifth-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft. € Duke Ejiofor, Wake Forest: The 6-4, 270-pound junior DL has eight sacks and at least a half sack in every game this season. Against Duke in Week 2, he registered seven tackles, including four TFLs and three sacks, and forced two fumbles. His health is a big reason for his improved play. He missed the first five games of 2015 with a concussion suffered during preseason camp. € Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State: The 6-2, 198-pound sophomore leads the nation with seven interceptions, just ahead of Louisvilles Jaire Alexander and Jessie Bates of Wake Forest, who have five. € Cordrea Tankersley, Clemson: The 6-1, 200-pound cornerback has 40 tackles, five TFLs and eight pass breakups this season. The senior could become the first Tiger cornerback in the past decade to be picked before the third round of the NFL draft. € Marquez White, Florida State: The 6-foot, 184-pound senior made a name for himself last year after being targeted on only 7 percent of the throws by opposing quarterbacks. Hes projected as secondor third-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft. € Brandon Facyson, Virginia Tech: The 6-1, 191-pound CB has 31 tackles, 2.5 TFLs, eight pass breakups, and two forced fumbles this season. Hes projected to be picked on the third or fourth rounds of the 2017 NFL draft. € Carlos Watkins, Clemson: The 6-3, 305-pound redshirt senior DT controls the middle of the field and is a plug on the run. His stand-yourground play allows a quicker tackle like freshman Dexter Lawrence to get into the backfield. Watkins is projected to be picked on the second or third rounds of the 2017 NFL draft. € Harold Landry, Boston College: The 6-3, 250-pound junior defensive lineman has nine sacks and has forced five fumbles to tie for tops in the nation with James Hearns of Louisville and Jimmie Gilbert of Colorado. € LB Micah Kiser and CB Quin Blanding, Virginia: Kiser ranks third in the nation in tackles with 102 and Blanding is 12th with 90. Barring injury, the juniors are on pace to finish 1-2 in tackles in the ACC for the second straight year. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Atlantic Coast ConferenceAP FILE PHOTOClemson LB Ben Boulware (10), along with DT Dexter Lawrence and DL Christian Wilkins, have combined for 171 tackles, 22.5 tackles for a loss, and 9.5 sacks.Strong on both sidesHigh-powered ACC has plenty of stars on defense, too By JOHN KEKISASSOCIATED PRESS There is no Heisman hype for the Big 12 Conference this season, even with some impressive performances. Dede Westbrook is having the best stretch of games ever by an Oklahoma receiver. DOnta Foreman is doing things this season at Texas to evoke reminders of Earl Campbell and Ricky Williams , the Longhorns two Heisman Trophywinning running backs. Still, the Big 12 isnt likely to have a player in New York next month for the Heisman, which would mark the fourth consecutive season without a representative. Maybe next year. While Westbrook wont get another Heisman chance since he is a senior, Foreman is among several underclassmen in the Big 12 that could be in the early conversations about a chance to strike the pose in 2017 „ if they dont leave school for early entry in the NFL draft. Baylor quarterback Robert Grif“n III was the last Heisman winner from the Big 12 in 2011. The last player to represent the league at the ceremony as a “nalist was Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein in 2012. Some notable performances by Big 12 players that may garner a few Heisman votes this season, and some other players who could get future consideration: € Dede Westbrook, senior WR, Oklahoma. Since getting over lingering pulled leg muscle that hampered him throughout preseason practice and non-conference play, has 47 catches for 1,012 yards and 12 touchdowns in six Big 12 games for the ninth-ranked Sooners. Nine TDs by former junior college transfer are longer than 40 yards. The best previous six-game stretch by an Oklahoma receiver was 862 yards. Sure, we anticipated hed have a big impact,Ž coach Bob Stoops said. He wasnt at full speed until about a month into the season.Ž € DOnta Foreman, junior RB, Texas. Nations leading rusher with 181 yards per game and coming off career-best 341 yards at Texas Tech, most in a game for Texas since Ricky Williams during his Heisman season in 1998. Foremans 10 consecutive 100-yard games longest active streak in the nation, one off Earl Campbells school record of set during the 1977 season when he won Heisman. Hes played well and its taken off for him,Ž Longhorns coach Charlie Strong said. € Baker Mayfield, junior QB, Oklahoma. Two non-conference losses took some attention off Mayfield early, but has 24 TD passes in Big 12 play „ OK, half are to Westbrook. His 2,912 yards passing and 31 TDs are on pace to exceed 3,700 yards and 36 TDs last season when leading Sooners to the College Football Playoff. Finished fourth in the Heisman voting last year, but didnt get an invite to New York ceremony. € Patrick Mahomes, junior QB, Texas Tech. Dual threat who is the national passing leader with 432 yards a game, 72 more a game than the second-best FBS passer. Has thrown for 3,886 yards with 31 TDs and eight interceptions. € Samaje Perine, junior RB, Oklahoma. After rushing for more than 3,000 yards and 37 TDs his first two seasons, was coming off a 214-yard game against Texas in October before an injury that sidelined him the last three games . € Mason Rudolph, junior QB, Oklahoma State. Only 11 yards shy of becoming only the second Cowboys QB with multiple 3,000-yard seasons. Has 22 touchdowns and four interceptions. € Some other potential future candidates: Texas freshman QB Shane Buechele; Oklahoma State freshman RB Justis Hill; Texas Tech sophomore WR Jonathan Giles; Oklahoma sophomore RB Joe Mixon; Baylor sophomore RB Terence Williams. € Big 12 and the Heisman: Five Heisman winners have come from the Big 12 in leagues 20-year history. Before Robert Griffin III, there were a pair of Oklahoma quarterbacks who won the trophy „ Sam Bradford in 2008 and Jason White in 2003. Nebraska quarterback Eric Crouch was the 2001 winner when Cornhuskers were still in league. Ricky Williams was an overwhelming winner in 1999, the Big 12s third season.No Heisman hype for Big 12 COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Big 12By STEPHEN HAWKINSASSOCIATED PRESS Auburn coach Bruce Pearl felt like a winner before his team even plays its “rst game. The Tigers assured themselves one of the nations top recruiting classes when the early signing period began Wednesday. It is headlined by top-10 prospect Austin Wiley, whose parents both starred for Auburn, and includes four-star prospects Davion Mitchell and Chuma Okeke. This class is historic,Ž said Pearl, who is trying to bounce back from an 11-20 mark in his second season with the Tigers. It started with Austin Wiley, about a year and a half ago, committing to us prior to his junior year. ... He had offers from everywhere, but he wanted to be an Auburn man.Ž The early period gives some barometer for where schools are in their recruiting: DESERT SWARM: Top-ranked prospect DeAndre Ayton, a 7-footer from Hillcrest Academy in Phoenix, leads Arizona coach Sean Millers star-studded class. He was expected to land letters of intent from three more top-100 recruits in Brandon Randolph, Ira Lee and Alex Barcello, and hes in the running for five-star swingmen Lonnie Walker and Brian Bowen, top guard Hamidou Diallo, and big man Brandon McCoy. PAC-12 POWER: Arizona may top the early returns, but its conference as a whole has been tearing up the recruiting trail. Oregon landed five-star guard Troy Brown despite overtures from Kansas, Georgetown and Alabama, while five-star forward Michael Porter headlines a five-deep class at Washington. Porter will be joined on coach Lorenzo Romars floor by four-star guards Jaylen Nowell and Daejon Davis, St. Louis-area forward Mamoudou Diarra and North Carolina guard Blake Harris. CHAMPS RELOAD: Villanova coach Jay Wright has reeled in 6-foot-6 forward Jermaine Samuels, who appears tailor-made to replace senior Josh Hart. Wright also hooked Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree, a somewhat undersized post player from Philadelphia, who had offers up and down the East Coast. Villanova is also in the running for Walker and Philly guard Quade Green. BLUEBLOODS HUNTING: Duke has only one commitment in Georgia guard Alex OConnell, Kansas has one in Dallas guard Marcus Garrett, and Kentucky has yet to land its first commitment for next year.Auburn flying high as hoops signing period beginsBy DAVE SKRETTAASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Signing Day

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The Sun /Thursday, November 10, 2016 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5 SCOREBOARD FOOTBALLNFLAll Times ESTAMERICAN CONFERENCEEast W L T Pct PF PA New England 7 1 0 .875 217 132 Miami 4 4 0 .500 173 182 Buffalo 4 5 0 .444 237 203 N.Y. Jets 3 6 0 .333 173 235 South W L T Pct PF PA Houston 5 3 0 .625 137 167 Tennessee 4 5 0 .444 217 226 Indianapolis 4 5 0 .444 239 256 Jacksonville 2 6 0 .250 153 215 North W L T Pct PF PA Baltimore 4 4 0 .500 154 153 Pittsburgh 4 4 0 .500 184 171 Cincinnati 3 4 1 .438 167 189 Cleveland 0 9 0 .000 168 273 West W L T Pct PF PA Oakland 7 2 0 .778 245 223 Kansas City 6 2 0 .750 185 151 Denver 6 3 0 .667 214 166 San Diego 4 5 0 .444 268 247NATIONAL CONFERENCEEast W L T Pct PF PA Dallas 7 1 0 .875 223 140 N.Y. Giants 5 3 0 .625 161 164 Washington 4 3 1 .563 186 189 Philadelphia 4 4 0 .500 202 145 South W L T Pct PF PA Atlanta 6 3 0 .667 305 259 New Orleans 4 4 0 .500 242 238 Tampa Bay 3 5 0 .375 180 232 Carolina 3 5 0 .375 204 206 North W L T Pct PF PA Minnesota 5 3 0 .625 155 126 Detroit 5 4 0 .556 205 206 Green Bay 4 4 0 .500 198 187 Chicago 2 6 0 .250 131 179 West W L T Pct PF PA Seattle 5 2 1 .688 162 134 Arizona 3 4 1 .438 179 140 Los Angeles 3 5 0 .375 130 167 San Francisco 1 7 0 .125 167 260WEEK 10 Todays GameCleveland at Baltimore, 8:25 p.m.Sundays GamesAtlanta at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Denver at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Houston at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. Los Angeles at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m. Kansas City at Carolina, 1 p.m. Chicago at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Washington, 1 p.m. Green Bay at Tennessee, 1 p.m. Miami at San Diego, 4:05 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. Dallas at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. Seattle at New England, 8:30 p.m.Mondays GameCincinnati at N.Y. Giants, 8:30 p.m. Open date: Detroit, Buffalo, Indianapolis, OaklandINJURY REPORTThe National Football League injury report, as provided by the league (OUT De“nitely will not play; DNP Did not practice; LIMITED Limited Participation in Practice; FULL Full Participation in Practice):TodayCLEVELAND at BALTIMORE „ BROWNS: OUT: CB Jamar Taylor (Groin). DNP: T Joe Thomas. LIMITED: WR Terrelle Pryor. FULL: CB Joseph Haden, WR Ricardo Louis, NT Jamie Meder, DE Carl Nassib. RAVENS: OUT: ILB Kamalei Correa (Thigh), OLB Elvis Dumervil (Foot), TE Crockett Gillmore (Thigh), CB Shareece Wright (Thigh). DNP: G Marshal Yanda (Shoulder). FULL: RB Kenneth Dixon (Chest).SundayKANSAS CITY at CAROLINA „ CHIEFS: DNP: LB Tamba Hali (knee), DE Jaye Howard (hip), WR Jeremy Maclin (groin). LIMITED: WR Chris Conley (quadricep), QB Nick Foles (right elbow), LB Justin Houston (knee), LB Derrick Johnson (hamstring), CB D.J. White (hand). FULL: QB Alex Smith (head, ear), RB Spencer Ware (concus sion). PANTHERS: DNP: DT Vernon Butler (ankle), LB Jeremy Cash (illness), C Gino Grad kowski (knee), S Colin Jones (concussion), C Ryan Kalil (shoulder), DT Kyle Love (knee), T Michael Oher (concussion), RB Jonathan Stewart (not injury related), LB Shaq Thompson (knee). HOUSTON at JACKSONVILLE „ TEXANS: DNP: S Lonnie Ballentine (groin, knee, ankle), LB Brian Peters (quadricep), WR Jaelen Strong (ankle), DT Vince Wilfork (groin). LIMITED: RB Alfred Blue (ribs), WR Will Fuller (knee), RB Lamar Miller (shoulder). FULL: LB Jadeveon Clowney (elbow), DE Christian Covington (foot), S Quintin Demps (calf). JAGUARS: DNP: S Johnathan Cyprien (lower leg), WR Allen Hurns (concussion), LB Myles Jack (hip), T Jermey Parnell (knee), WR Bryan Walters (concussion). LIMITED: T Kelvin Beachum (knee), G Brandon Linder (hand), DE Jared Odrick (foot), DE Chris Smith (eye). DENVER at NEW ORLEANS „ BRONCOS: DNP: CB Chris Harris (not injury related), T Russell Okung (not injury related), C Matt Paradis (hip), CB Aqib Talib (back), S T.J. Ward (illness), DE Derek Wolfe (elbow). LIMITED: LB Brandon Marshall (hamstring), CB Kayvon Webster (ham string). FULL: RB Devontae Booker (shoulder), RB Andy Janovich (hand), QB Trevor Siemian (left shoulder), WR Jordan Taylor (shoulder), LB DeMarcus Ware (forearm), DT Sylvester Williams (ankle), DE Billy Winn (ankle). SAINTS: DNP: LB Stephone Anthony (hamstring), T Terron Armstead (knee), RB Daniel Lasco (hamstring), LB Michael Mauti (illness). LIMITED: LB Dannell Ellerbe (quadricep). LOS ANGELES at N.Y. JETS „ RAMS: Practice not complete. JETS: DNP: LB Bruce Carter (quadricep), TE Kellen Davis (elbow), LB Darron Lee (ankle), C Nick Mangold (ankle), CB Nick Marshall (illness), LB Josh Martin (concussion), DE Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle), CB Marcus Williams (ankle). LIMITED: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (knee), RB Matt Forte (knee), T Breno Giacomini (shoulder), T Brandon Shell (shoulder), CB Buster Skrine (knee). FULL: WR Brandon Marshall (foot), T Brent Qvale (neck), WR Devin Smith (knee). ATLANTA at PHILADELPHIA „ FALCONS: DNP: RB Tevin Coleman (hamstring), DE Dwight Freeney (quadricep), TE Jacob Tamme (shoulder), CB Desmond Trufant (shoulder). EAGLES: DNP: G Allen Barbre (hamstring), S Terrence Brooks (hamstring), TE Brent Celek (rib), LB Kamu Grugier-Hill (hamstring). LIMITED: DT Taylor Hart (ankle). FULL: DT Bennie Logan (groin), CB Leodis McKelvin (hamstring). CHICAGO at TAMPA BAY „ BEARS: DNP: RB KaDeem Carey (illness), CB Deiondre Hall (ankle). LIMITED: CB Bryce Callahan (hamstring), DT Eddie Goldman (ankle), G Kyle Long (tricep), LB Pernell McPhee (knee), CB Tracy Porter (knee), WR Eddie Royal (toe), G Josh Sitton (ankle). BUCCANEERS: DNP: T Kevin Pamphile (concussion), RB Jacquizz Rodgers (foot), WR Russell Shepard (hip). LIMITED: C Joe Hawley (knee), RB Doug Martin (hamstring), DT Clinton McDonald (hamstring). FULL: WR Mike Evans (concussion), QB Jameis Winston (knee). GREEN BAY at TENNESSEE „ PACKERS: DNP: DT Letroy Guion (not injury related), G T.J. Lang (hip), LB Clay Matthews (hamstring), CB Damarious Randall (groin), C J.C. Tretter (knee). LIMITED: WR Randall Cobb (hamstring), TE Jared Cook (ankle), S Micah Hyde (shoulder), CB Quinten Rollins (groin), RB James Starks (knee). TITANS: DNP: RB Derrick Henry (calf), RB DeMarco Murray (toe). LIMITED: T Jack Conklin (elbow). FULL: S Rashad Johnson (neck), G Quinton Spain (knee), TE Delanie Walker (groin), LB Aaron Wallace (shoulder). MINNESOTA at WASHINGTON „ VIKINGS: DNP: DT Sharrif Floyd (knee), DT Linval Joseph (shoulder), CB Captain Munnerlyn (ankle), CB Marcus Sherels (ankle). LIMITED: G Zac Kerin (hand). FULL: LB Anthony Barr (ankle), G Alex Boone (concussion), LB Audie Cole (hand), RB Ronnie Hillman (heel), LB Eric Kendricks (concussion), RB Jerick McKinnon (ankle), S Andrew Sendejo (ankle). REDSKINS: DNP: WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder). LIMITED: S Will Blackmon (thumb), T Morgan Moses (ankle). FULL: S Duke Ihenacho (concussion), G Brandon Scherff (shoulder). MIAMI at SAN DIEGO „ DOLPHINS: DNP: TE MarQueis Gray (ankle), CB Xavien Howard (knee). LIMITED: S Isa Abdul-Quddus (ankle), T Jermon Bushrod (shoulder). FULL: WR Leonte Carroo (knee), CB Chris Culliver (knee), LB Jelani Jenkins (hand), TE Dion Sims (concussion). CHARGERS: DNP: WR Travis Benjamin (knee), LB Jatavis Brown (knee), G Orlando Franklin (concussion), LB Denzel Perryman (hamstring), WR Tyrell Williams (knee). LIMITED: C Matt Slauson (biceps). SAN FRANCISCO at ARIZONA „ 49ERS: DNP: LB Aaron Lynch (ankle), CB Rashard Robinson (knee). LIMITED: LB Nick Bellore (shoulder), DT Quinton Dial (knee, neck), DT Glenn Dorsey (knee), RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder), C Daniel Kilgore (hamstring), WR Torrey Smith (back). FULL: G Zane Beadles (ankle, knee). CARDINALS: DNP: S Tyrann Mathieu (shoulder), QB Carson Palmer (not injury related), CB Tharold Simon (ankle). LIMITED: WR John Brown (hamstring), TE Darren Fells (ankle), WR Larry Fitzgerald (ankle), LB Alex Okafor (calf), DT Ed Stinson (toe). FULL: CB Justin Bethel (foot). DALLAS at PITTSBURGH „ COWBOYS: DNP: S Barry Church (forearm), CB Morris Claiborne (groin), G Ronald Leary (concussion), T Tyron Smith (back). LIMITED: DE Ryan Davis (hamstring), T Chaz Green (foot), DE Demarcus Lawrence (back, shoulder). FULL: WR Dez Bryant (knee), QB Tony Romo (back). STEELERS: DNP: S Jordan Danger“eld (groin), WR Darrius HeywardBey (foot), C Maurkice Pouncey (thumb), RB DeAngelo Williams (knee). LIMITED: WR Sammie Coates (“nger). FULL: QB Ben Roethlisberger (knee). SEATTLE at NEW ENGLAND „ SEAHAWKS: Practice not complete. PATRIOTS: Practice not complete.COLLEGE FOOTBALLPLAYOFF RANKINGSWeek 2 Team Record 1. Alabama 9-0 2. Clemson 9-0 3. Michigan 9-0 4. Washington 9-0 5. Ohio St. 8-1 6. Louisville 8-1 7. Wisconsin 7-2 8. Texas A&M 7-2 9. Auburn 7-2 10. Penn St. 7-2 11. Oklahoma 7-2 12. Colorado 7-2 13. Oklahoma St. 7-2 14. Virginia Tech 7-2 15. Utah 7-2 16. West Virginia 7-1 17. North Carolina 7-2 18. Florida St. 6-3 19. Nebraska 7-2 20. Southern Cal 6-3 21. Western Michigan 9-0 22. Boise St. 8-1 23. Washington St. 7-2 24. LSU 5-3 25. Arkansas 6-3THE AP TOP 25 POLLThe Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with “rst-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 5, total points based on 25 points for a “rst-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and last weeks ranking. Record Pts. LW 1. Alabama (60) 9-0 1,524 1 2. Michigan (1) 9-0 1,432 2 3. Clemson 9-0 1,408 3 4. Washington 9-0 1,364 4 5. Louisville 8-1 1,255 5 6. Ohio State 8-1 1,245 6 7. Wisconsin 7-2 1,159 8 8. Auburn 7-2 1,081 11 9. Oklahoma 7-2 996 12 10. Texas A&M 7-2 820 7 11. West Virginia 7-1 805 14 12. Penn State 7-2 752 20 13. Utah 7-2 686 16 14. W. Michigan 9-0 583 17 15. North Carolina 7-2 559 18 16. Colorado 7-2 550 21 17. Oklahoma State 7-2 516 22 18. Virginia Tech 7-2 479 23 19. LSU 5-3 454 15 20. Florida State 6-3 450 19 21. Nebraska 7-2 434 9 22. Florida 6-2 390 10 23. Washington State 7-2 305 25 24. Boise State 8-1 226 24 25. Baylor 6-2 90 13 Others receiving votes: Southern California 76, Arkansas 74, San Diego State 38, Troy 28, Houston 25, Tennessee 9, Tulsa 3, South Florida 3, Minnesota 2, Navy 2, Wyoming 2.AMWAY TOP 25 POLLThe A mway T op 25 football coaches poll, with “rst-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 5, total points based on 25 points for “rst place through one point for 25th, and last weeks ranking: Record Pts. LW 1. Alabama (62) 9-0 1,598 1 2. Clemson (2) 9-0 1,497 3 3. Michigan 9-0 1,493 2 4. Washington 9-0 1,422 4 5. Ohio State 8-1 1,316 6 6. Louisville 8-1 1,307 5 7. Wisconsin 7-2 1,191 8 8. Auburn 7-2 1,075 12 9. Oklahoma 7-2 1,068 11 10. West Virginia 7-1 877 15 11. Texas A&M 7-2 801 7 12. Utah 7-2 788 16 13. North Carolina 7-2 695 17 14. Penn State 7-2 667 23 15. Colorado 7-2 627 20 16. Florida 6-2 486 9 17. Oklahoma State 7-2 483 22 18. Florida State 6-3 482 19 19. LSU 5-3 479 14 20. Nebraska 7-2 476 10 21. Western Michigan 9-0 467 18 22. Virginia Tech 7-2 466 21 23. Washington State 7-2 331 25 24. Boise State 8-1 211 24 25. Baylor 6-2 161 13 Others receiving votes: Southern California 79; San Diego State 58; Arkansas 53; Houston 49; South Florida 28; Wyoming 20; Navy 12; Tennessee 12; Tulsa 9; Troy 6; Appalachian State 5; Minnesota 2; Stanford 2; Louisiana Tech 1.THE AP TOP 25 SCHEDULE/RESULTSAll Times ESTTuesdayNo. 14 Western Michigan 37, Kent State 21TodayNo. 15 North Carolina at Duke, 7:30 p.m. No. 13 Utah at Arizona State, 9:30 p.m.FridayNo. 20 Florida State vs. Boston College, 7:30 p.m.SaturdayNo. 1 Alabama vs. Mississippi State, noon No. 2 Michigan at Iowa, 8 p.m. No. 3 Clemson vs. Pittsburgh, 3:30 p.m. No. 4 Washington vs. Southern Cal, 7:30 p.m. No. 5 Louisville vs. Wake Forest, 7 p.m. No. 6 Ohio State at Maryland, 3:30 p.m. No. 7 Wisconsin vs. Illinois, 3:30 p.m. No. 8 Auburn at Georgia, 3:30 p.m. No. 9 Oklahoma vs. No. 25 Baylor, noon No. 10 Texas A&M vs. Mississippi, 7:30 p.m. No. 11 West Virginia at Texas, noon No. 12 Penn State at Indiana, noon No. 16 Colorado at Arizona, 10 p.m. No. 17 Oklahoma State vs. Texas Tech, 3:30 p.m. No. 18 Virginia Tech vs. Georgia Tech, 3:30 p.m. No. 19 LSU at Arkansas, 7 p.m. No. 21 Nebraska vs. Minnesota, 7:30 p.m. No. 22 Florida vs. South Carolina, noon No. 23 Washington State vs. California, 10:30 p.m. No. 24 Boise State at Hawaii, 7 p.m.WEEK 11 SCHEDULE/RESULTSAll Times EST (subject to change)Tuesdays Games MIDWESTE. Michigan 48, Ball St. 41Western Michigan 37, Kent State 21Wednesdays Games MIDWESTBowling Green (1-8) at Akron (5-5), late Toledo (7-2) vs. N. Illinois (3-6) at Chicago, lateTodays Games SOUTHNorth Carolina (7-2) at Duke (3-6), 7:30 p.m. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-5) at Georgia Southern (4-5), 7:30 p.m.FAR WESTUtah (7-2) at Arizona St. (5-4), 9:30 p.m.Fridays Games EASTHarvard (7-1) at Penn (5-3), 8 p.m.SOUTHBoston College (4-5) at Florida St. (6-3), 7:30 p.m.Saturdays Games EASTBrown (3-5) at Dartmouth (4-4), noon Sacred Heart (6-3) at Duquesne (6-3), noon Tulsa (7-2) at Navy (6-2), noon Albany (NY) (5-4) at New Hampshire (6-3), noon Wagner (4-5) at Robert Morris (2-8), noon CCSU (2-7) at St. Francis (Pa.) (6-3), noon William & Mary (4-5) at Towson (2-7), noon NC State (4-5) at Syracuse (4-5), 12:30 p.m. Princeton (6-2) at Yale (2-6), 12:30 p.m. Miami (Ohio) (4-6) at Buffalo (2-7), 1 p.m. Lafayette (2-7) at Colgate (3-5), 1 p.m. Cornell (3-5) at Columbia (2-6), 1 p.m. Dayton (8-2) at Marist (5-4), 1 p.m. James Madison (8-1) at Villanova (7-2), 1 p.m. Maine (5-4) at Stony Brook (5-4), 2 p.m. Holy Cross (4-6) at Fordham (6-3), 3 p.m. Bucknell (3-6) at Georgetown (3-6), 3:30 p.m.SOUTHMississippi St. (4-5) at Alabama (9-0), noon SMU (4-5) at East Carolina (3-6), noon South Carolina (5-4) at Florida (6-2), noon Presbyterian (2-7) at Kennesaw St. (7-2), noon Kentucky (5-4) at Tennessee (6-3), noon Cincinnati (4-5) at UCF (5-4), noon Cumberland (Tenn.) (5-5) at ETSU (3-6), 1 p.m. Savannah St. (3-4) at Hampton (4-4), 1 p.m. Campbell (4-4) at Morehead St. (3-6), 1 p.m. Rhode Island (1-8) at Elon (2-7), 1:30 p.m. The Citadel (9-0) at VMI (3-6), 1:30 p.m. Rice (1-8) at Charlotte (4-5), 2 p.m. Wofford (6-3) at Chattanooga (8-1), 2 p.m. Bryant (4-5) at Coastal Carolina (7-2), 2 p.m. NC A&T (8-1) at Delaware St. (0-9), 2 p.m. Louisiana-Monroe (3-6) at Georgia St. (2-7), 2 p.m. Alcorn St. (3-5) at MVSU (1-8), 2 p.m. Jacksonville St. (8-1) at Murray St. (4-5), 2 p.m. Howard (1-8) at NC Central (7-2), 2 p.m. Norfolk St. (1-7) at SC State (3-5), 2 p.m. Miami (5-4) at Virginia (2-7), 2 p.m. Grambling St. (7-1) at Alabama St. (3-6) at Shreveport, La., 3 p.m. Alabama A&M (3-6) vs. Jackson St. (3-6), 3 p.m. SE Missouri (3-6) at UT Martin (6-4), 3 p.m. Pittsburgh (5-4) at Clemson (9-0), 3:30 p.m. Auburn (7-2) at Georgia (5-4), 3:30 p.m. Charleston Southern (5-3) at Liberty (6-3), 3:30 p.m. UTSA (6-3) at Louisiana Tech (7-3), 3:30 p.m. Ohio St. (8-1) at Maryland (5-4), 3:30 p.m. Southern Miss. (5-4) at Old Dominion (6-3), 3:30 p.m. Delaware (4-5) at Richmond (7-2), 3:30 p.m. Mercer (5-4) at Samford (6-3), 3:30 p.m. Appalachian St. (7-2) at Troy (7-1), 3:30 p.m. Georgia Tech (5-4) at Virginia Tech (7-2), 3:30 p.m. North Texas (4-5) at W. Kentucky (7-3), 3:30 p.m. Morgan St. (2-6) at Florida A&M (4-5), 4 p.m. W. Carolina (2-7) at Furman (2-7), 4 p.m. Tennessee Tech (3-6) at Tennessee St. (6-3), 4 p.m. E. Kentucky (2-7) at Austin Peay (0-9), 5 p.m. UTEP (2-7) at FAU (2-7), 6 p.m. Wake Forest (6-3) at Louisville (8-1), 7 p.m. Middle Tennessee (6-3) at Marshall (2-7), 7 p.m. South Florida (7-2) at Memphis (6-3), 7 p.m. Sam Houston St. (9-0) at Northwestern St. (1-8), 7 p.m. Abilene Christian (2-8) at SE Louisiana (5-4), 8 p.m.MIDWESTPenn St. (7-2) at Indiana (5-4), noon Iowa St. (1-8) at Kansas (1-8), noon Rutgers (2-7) at Michigan St. (2-7), noon Northwestern (4-5) at Purdue (3-6), noon S. Illinois (3-6) at Youngstown St. (6-3), noon Missouri St. (4-5) at Illinois St. (5-5), 1 p.m. Butler (4-6) at Drake (5-4), 2 p.m. N. Arizona (5-4) at North Dakota (8-2), 2 p.m. Jacksonville (4-4) at Valparaiso (3-7), 2 p.m. N. Iowa (4-5) at W. Illinois (6-3), 2 p.m. South Dakota (4-5) at S. Dakota St. (6-3), 3 p.m. Vanderbilt (4-5) at Missouri (2-7), 3:30 p.m. Indiana St. (4-6) at N. Dakota St. (8-1), 3:30 p.m. Illinois (3-6) at Wisconsin (7-2), 3:30 p.m. Minnesota (7-2) at Nebraska (7-2), 7:30 p.m. Michigan (9-0) at Iowa (5-4), 8 p.m.SOUTHWESTBaylor (6-2) at Oklahoma (7-2), noon West Virginia (7-1) at Texas (5-4), noon Southern U. (6-2) at Prairie View (6-3), 2 p.m. New Mexico St. (2-6) at Arkansas St. (4-4), 3 p.m. Stephen F. Austin (4-5) at Houston Baptist (3-6), 3 p.m. Ark.-Pine Bluff (1-8) at Texas Southern (3-6), 3 p.m. Tulane (3-6) at Houston (7-2), 3:30 p.m. Army (5-4) vs. Notre Dame (3-6) at San Antonio, 3:30 p.m. Texas Tech (4-5) at Oklahoma St. (7-2), 3:30 p.m. Nicholls (5-4) at Cent. Arkansas (8-1), 4 p.m. Idaho (5-4) at Texas St. (2-6), 4 p.m. LSU (5-3) at Arkansas (6-3), 7 p.m. Incarnate Word (1-8) at Lamar (3-6), 7 p.m. Mississippi (4-5) at Texas A&M (7-2), 7:30 p.m.FAR WESTMontana (6-3) at N. Colorado (5-4), 2 p.m. Cal Poly (6-3) at Weber St. (5-4), 2 p.m. S. Utah (5-4) at BYU (5-4), 3 p.m. UC Davis (2-7) at Montana St. (2-7), 3:30 p.m. Wyoming (7-2) at UNLV (3-6), 3:30 p.m. Stanford (6-3) at Oregon (3-6), 4 p.m. Stetson (4-5) at San Diego (8-1), 4 p.m. Idaho St. (2-7) at E. Washington (8-1), 6:35 p.m. Boise St. (8-1) at Hawaii (4-6), 7 p.m. Southern Cal (6-3) at Washington (9-0), 7:30 p.m. Portland St. (3-6) at Sacramento St. (1-8), 9 p.m. Oregon St. (2-7) at UCLA (3-6), 9 p.m. Colorado (7-2) at Arizona (2-7), 10 p.m. Colorado St. (5-4) at Air Force (6-3), 10:15 p.m. New Mexico (6-3) at Utah St. (3-6), 10:15 p.m. San Diego St. (8-1) at Nevada (3-6), 10:30 p.m. California (4-5) at Washington St. (7-2), 10:30 p.m.ODDSPREGAME.COM LINEBASKETBALL NBAToday Favorite Line O/U Underdog at Milwaukee 4½ 208 New Orleans at Miami 1½ 198 Chicago Golden State 6½ 221½ at Denver at Sacramento 4½ 208 L.A. LakersHOCKEY National Hockey League TodayFavorite Line Underdog Line at Pittsburgh -165 Minnesota +155 at Boston Off Columbus Off at Carolina Off Anaheim Off San Jose -125 at Florida +115 at Detroit -200 Vancouver +180 at Montreal -140 Los Angeles +130 at Tampa Bay -165 N.Y. Islanders +155 at Nashville Off St. Louis Off at Arizona -115 Winnipeg +105 at Calgary -125 Dallas +115FOOTBALL NCAA Today Favorite Open Today O/U UnderdogNo. Carolina 10½ 10½ 61½ at Duke at Ga.Southern 10½ 8 46½ ULL Utah 5½ 5½ 57 at Arizona St.Friday Favorite Open Today O/U Underdogat Florida St. 23 21 48½ Boston Col.Saturday Favorite Open Today O/U UnderdogNorthwestern 10½ 14 57½ at Purdue at Clemson 17 21 66½ Pittsburgh at UCF 10 13 51 Cincinnati Ohio State 28 29 57½ at Maryland Penn State 6½ 7 59 at Indiana at Louisville 33 34½ 54½ Wk. Forest Iowa St. 11½ 10 56 at Kansas at E. Carolina 5 7 62½ SMU Tulsa +3 1 70 at Navy Miami Ohio 12 11 46½ at Buffalo at Syracuse Off Off Off N.C. State at Virginia Tech 15 14 55 Ga. Tech at Oklahoma St. 11 13 89½ Texas Tech at Texas A&M 11 10 55 Mississippi at Charlotte 10 10 64½ Rice at Arkansas St. 20 18½ 61½ NMSU Wyoming 10 7½ 65½ at UNLV at Air Force 6 5½ 53½ Colorado St. at Alabama 28½ 30 55½ Miss. St. at W.Kentucky 30 28 65 No. Texas at Troy Pk 1 47½ Appala. St Auburn 8 10½ 48½ at Georgia at Wisconsin 27 26 39 Illinois at Tennessee 14 13½ 60½ Kentucky at Florida 17 11½ 37½ So.Carolina LSU 7 7 45½ at Arkansas Stanford 1 3 57 at Oregon Notre Dame 11½ 13½ 51½ Army at Old Dominion Off Off Off South.Miss. at Michigan St. 15½ 14 56 Rutgers Miami 10½ 10½ 55 at Virginia at La. Tech 20 21½ 72 UTSA at Wash. St. 14 15 83½ California Idaho 8 7 61½ at Texas St. at Washington 9½ 9 62½ Southern Cal at UCLA 12½ 12 50½ Oregon St. at FAU 2½ 3 55½ UTEP Boise St. 17½ 17½ 63½ at Hawaii Middle Tenn. 9½ 9½ 60 at Marshall at Texas 2 2 64 West Virginia at Oklahoma 16 15½ 80 Baylor at Nebraska 8 7 49 Minnesota at Georgia St. 13 11 51½ ULM at Missouri +1½ 3½ 53 Vanderbilt South Florida 2½ 3 73½ at Memphis Michigan 17½ 21½ 51½ at Iowa at Houston 24 24 51½ Tulane Colorado 15 16 57½ at Arizona at Utah St. Off Off Off New Mex. San Diego St. 20½ 23 50 at NevadaNFL Today Favorite Open Today O/U Underdogat Baltimore 10 9½ 45 ClevelandSunday Favorite Open Today O/U UnderdogHouston 2 1½ 42 at Jacksonville at Carolina 3 3 44 Kansas City at New Orleans Pk 2 49½ Denver at N.Y. Jets 2½ 2 39½ Los Angeles at Philadelphia 2 1 50 Atlanta at Washington 2 3 41½ Minnesota Green Bay 2 2½ 50 at Tennessee at Tampa Bay 3 1 46 Chicago at San Diego 4 4 48½ Miami at Arizona 11½ 13 48½ San Fran. at Pittsburgh 3 2½ 49½ Dallas at New England 7½ 7½ 48 SeattleMondayat N.Y. Giants 2½ 1 47 CincinnatiUpdated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueLOS ANGELES ANGELS „ Re-signed RHP Andrew Bailey to a one-year contract. Designated OF Shane Robinson for assignment. SEATTLE MARINERS „ Released C Steven Baron.National LeagueATLANTA BRAVES „ Agreed to terms with RHP Josh Collmenter on a one-year contract. LOS ANGELES DODGERS „ Assigned RHP Chin-Hui Tsao to Oklahoma City (PCL).Frontier LeagueFLORENCE FREEDOM „ Signed SS Brett Balkan, RHP Evan Bickett, 1B Jordan Brower, INF Daniel Fraga, C Garrett Vail and RHP Tony Vocca to contract extensions. Signed INF Mike Morris, RHP Matt Pobereyko, and INF Jonathan Reyes. RIVER CITY RASCALS „ Signed C Josh Ludy and RHP Shane Street to contract extensions. SCHAUMBURG BOOMERS „ Signed C Charlie Meyer. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MINERS „ Signed SS Joel McKeithan. WASHINGTON WILD THINGS „ Traded OF David Popkins to Rockland (Can-Am) for OF Quinnton Mack and RHP Joe Ravert. Acquired INF Leon Byrd from Texas (AA) to complete a previous trade.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationNBA„ Fined Washington G John Wall $25,000 for inappropriate interaction with a game of“cial and failing to leave the court in a timely manner following his ejection from Mondays game against Houston.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueCHICAGO BEARS „ Signed OL Cornelius Edison to the practice squad. Waived OL Colin Kelly. GREEN BAY PACKERS „ Signed S Jermaine Whitehead to the practice squad. HOUSTON TEXANS „ Signed T Jeff Adams to the practice squad. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS „ Signed WR Tevaun Smith to the practice squad. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS „ Released DT John Jenkins, CB Brian Dixon and LB Chris McCain. Signed LB Sam Barrington and S Shiloh Keo. Claimed TE John Phillips off of waivers from Denver. NEW YORK GIANTS „ Placed S Darian Thompson on injured reserve. Signed OL Adam Gettis from the practice squad. Signed WRs Kevin Norwood and DaRon Brown to the practice squad. NEW YORK JETS „ Placed T Ryan Clady on injured reserve. Signed DL Anthony Johnson from New Englands practice squad. Waived DL Jarvis Jenkins. Signed OT Zach Sterup to the practice squad. Activated WR Devin Smith from the PUP list. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS „ Signed WR Geremy Davis from the N.Y. Giants practice squad. Signed T Tyreek Burwell and CB Michael Lee to the practice squad.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueARIZONA COYOTES „ Assigned C Tyler Gaudet to Tucson (AHL).American Hockey LeagueAHL „ Named Darren Arnold executive consultant, team business services; Jonathan Forsberg director of team business services, and Emily Vance coordinator of business analytics. STOCKTON HEAT „ Assigned D Keegan Kanzig to Adirondack (ECHL).MOTOR SPORTSSONOMA RACEWAY „ Named Diana Brennan vice president, communications and marketing; Jennifer Imbimbo director of media & community relations and Courtney Kiser director of marketing. Announced the resignation of Gary Phillips, vice president of marketing, effective in Jan. 2017.COLLEGESNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BASKETBALL COACHES „ Named Iowa Community College Athletic Conference Commissioner Thom McDonald to the NABC Board of Directors. BEMIDJI STATE „ Fired football coach Jeff Tesch. GEORGIA TECH „ Suspended freshman RB Dedrick Mills for two games for an undisclosed violation of team rules.NBASTANDINGSAll Times ESTEASTERN CONFERENCEAtlantic Division W L Pct. GB Toronto 4 2 .667 „ New York 3 4 .429 1½ Boston 3 4 .429 1½ Brooklyn 3 5 .375 2 Philadelphia 0 7 .000 4½ Southeast Division W L Pct. GB Charlotte 6 1 .857 „ Atlanta 5 2 .714 1 Orlando 3 5 .375 3½ Miami 2 4 .333 3½ Washington 2 5 .286 4 Central Division W L Pct. GB Cleveland 6 1 .857 „ Detroit 4 3 .571 2 Chicago 4 3 .571 2 Milwaukee 4 3 .571 2 Indiana 4 4 .500 2½WESTERN CONFERENCESouthwest Division W L Pct. GB San Antonio 5 2 .714 „ Houston 4 3 .571 1 Memphis 4 4 .500 1½ Dallas 2 5 .286 3 New Orleans 0 8 .000 5½ Northwest Division W L Pct. GBOklahoma City 6 1 .857 „ Portland 5 3 .625 1½ Utah 5 4 .556 2 Denver 3 4 .429 3 Minnesota 2 5 .286 4Paci“c Division W L Pct. GBL.A. Clippers 6 1 .857 „ Golden State 5 2 .714 1 L.A. Lakers 4 4 .500 2½ Sacramento 4 5 .444 3 Phoenix 2 6 .250 4½ Tuesdays GamesAtlanta 110, Cleveland 106 Brooklyn 119, Minnesota 110 Memphis 108, Denver 107 Portland 124, Phoenix 121 Dallas 109, L.A. Lakers 97 Sacramento 102, New Orleans 94 Wednesdays GamesCharlotte 104, Utah 98 Indiana 122, Philadelphia 115, OT Minnesota 123, Orlando 107 New York 110, Brooklyn 96 Washington 118, Boston 93 Chicago at Atlanta, late Toronto at Oklahoma City, late Detroit at Phoenix, late Houston at San Antonio, late Dallas at Golden State, late Portland at L.A. Clippers, lateTodays GamesChicago at Miami, 8 p.m. New Orleans at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. Golden State at Denver, 9 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Sacramento, 10:30 p.m.Fridays GamesCleveland at Washington, 7 p.m. Indiana at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Toronto at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Utah at Orlando, 7 p.m. New York at Boston, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. Detroit at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Sacramento at Portland, 10 p.m.WEDNESDAYS BOX SCORES: HORNETS 104, JAZZ 98UTAH (98) Hayward 10-19 6-6 29, Favors 8-12 0-0 16, Gobert 2-4 3-4 7, Mack 3-11 0-0 6, Hood 7-14 2-4 20, Ingles 0-2 2-2 2, Johnson 1-6 0-0 2, Lyles 5-10 0-0 10, Withey 0-0 0-0 0, Exum 2-4 1-2 6. Totals 38-82 14-18 98. CHARLOTTE (104) Kidd-Gilchrist 0-5 2-2 2, Williams 7-11 0-0 19, Zeller 4-7 4-8 12, Walker 7-20 6-6 21, Batum 3-10 3-5 9, Hawes 5-7 1-3 11, Kaminsky 6-10 0-1 13, Sessions 1-5 2-2 4, Belinelli 5-7 2-2 13. Totals 38-82 20-29 104. Utah 32 26 20 20 „ 98 Charlotte 24 27 25 28 „ 104 3-Point Goals„Utah 8-34 (Hood 4-10, Hayward 3-8, Exum 1-3, Favors 0-1, Ingles 0-2, Mack 0-3, Johnson 0-3, Lyles 0-4), Charlotte 8-26 (Williams 5-7, Belinelli 1-2, Kaminsky 1-3, Walker 1-7, Kidd-Gilchrist 0-1, Hawes 0-1, Batum 0-5). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„ Utah 46 (Gobert 11), Charlotte 37 (KiddGilchrist 9). Assists„Utah 24 (Exum, Mack 5), Charlotte 24 (Walker 6). Total Fouls„Utah 22, Charlotte 19. A„15,712 (19,077).WIZARDS 118, CELTICS 93 BOSTON (93) Brown 1-2 1-2 3, Johnson 5-5 0-0 11, Zeller 3-4 0-0 6, Thomas 6-18 10-10 23, Bradley 9-14 0-1 21, Green 0-3 0-0 0, Jerebko 1-2 0-0 3, Mickey 1-2 0-0 2, Olynyk 1-6 0-0 2, Smart 7-18 2-5 20, Jackson 1-1 0-2 2, Rozier 0-4 0-2 0, Young 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 35-81 13-22 93. WASHINGTON (118) Porter 14-19 3-3 34, Morris 2-6 0-0 5, Gortat 6-9 1-2 13, Wall 6-16 6-7 19, Beal 1-8 1-2 3, Oubre 0-0 0-0 0, Smith 1-3 0-0 2, Nicholson 0-0 0-0 0, Burke 7-9 1-2 18, McClellan 1-2 0-0 2, Thornton 5-13 4-4 16, Satoransky 2-6 0-0 4. Totals 46-92 16-20 118. Boston 8 35 26 24 „ 93 Washington 34 24 31 29 „ 118 3-Point Goals„Boston 10-31 (Smart 4-9, Bradley 3-7, Johnson 1-1, Jerebko 1-2, Thomas 1-6, Rozier 0-1, Green 0-2, Olynyk 0-3), Washington 10-21 (Burke 3-4, Porter 3-5, Thornton 2-5, Morris 1-1, Wall 1-3, McClellan 0-1, Satoransky 0-1, Beal 0-1). Fouled Out„ None. Rebounds„Boston 31 (Thomas, Olynyk 6), Washington 54 (Porter 14). Assists„Boston 21 (Thomas 10), Washington 29 (Wall 7). Total Fouls„Boston 19, Washington 26. Technicals„ Boston defensive three second, Boston team, Smart, Washington defensive three second 2, Washington team 2. Ejected„Wall. A„12,675 (20,356).KNICKS 110, NETS 96 BROOKLYN (96) Booker 1-6 3-4 5, Lopez 8-12 4-6 21, HollisJefferson 1-4 6-6 8, Bogdanovic 2-9 2-2 6, Kilpatrick 2-9 2-4 7, Scola 2-6 1-3 5, Bennett 2-3 0-0 5, McCullough 0-2 0-0 0, Hamilton 8-13 0-0 21, Ferrell 2-3 0-0 5, Harris 3-7 1-2 8, Foye 2-6 0-0 5. Totals 33-80 19-27 96. NEW YORK (110) Anthony 9-22 2-2 22, Porzingis 7-15 3-5 21, Noah 1-2 0-0 2, Rose 6-10 1-2 14, Lee 5-10 3-4 13, Kuzminskas 2-4 0-0 5, Thomas 3-5 0-0 6, Ndour 2-3 0-0 4, OQuinn 1-1 1-2 3, Hernangomez 6-7 2-2 14, Jennings 1-6 0-0 3, Vujacic 1-5 0-0 3, Holiday 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 44-92 12-17 110. Brooklyn 29 26 16 25 „ 96 New York 19 31 22 38 „ 110 3-Point Goals„Brooklyn 11-33 (Hamilton 5-7, Ferrell 1-1, Bennett 1-2, Kilpatrick 1-4, Harris 1-4, Foye 1-4, Lopez 1-5, Scola 0-1, Hollis-Jefferson 0-2, Bogdanovic 0-3), New York 10-30 (Porzingis 4-8, Anthony 2-6, Rose 1-1, Kuzminskas 1-3, Vujacic 1-4, Jennings 1-4, Thomas 0-1, Lee 0-3). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Brooklyn 41 (Harris 7), New York 50 (Porzingis 8). Assists„Brooklyn 19 (Kilpatrick 5), New York 25 (Jennings 11). Total Fouls„Brooklyn 20, New York 21.TIMBERWOLVES 123, MAGIC 107 MINNESOTA (123) Wiggins 10-18 7-9 29, Towns 7-16 5-5 20, Dieng 6-9 0-0 12, Dunn 1-3 0-0 2, LaVine 14-22 2-3 37, Muhammad 4-6 4-7 13, Bjelica 0-1 0-0 0, Payne 0-1 0-0 0, Aldrich 0-2 0-0 0, Lucas 0-0 0-0 0, Jones 3-9 2-2 10. Totals 45-87 20-26 123. ORLANDO (107) Fournier 4-11 3-3 13, Gordon 2-9 3-4 7, Ibaka 4-8 2-3 11, Vucevic 11-19 1-2 24, Payton 8-14 1-1 18, Green 2-6 3-3 8, Rudez 0-0 0-0 0, Zimmerman 1-1 0-1 2, Biyombo 0-3 3-6 3, Augustin 2-6 5-5 10, Watson 0-0 0-0 0, Wilcox 0-0 0-0 0, Hezonja 4-8 2-2 11. Totals 38-85 23-30 107. Minnesota 39 35 23 26 „ 123 Orlando 17 30 30 30 „ 107 3-Point Goals„Minnesota 13-23 (LaVine 7-9, Jones 2-4, Wiggins 2-4, Muhammad 1-1, Towns 1-3, Bjelica 0-1, Payne 0-1), Orlando 8-24 (Fournier 2-6, Ibaka 1-1, Vucevic 1-1, Augustin 1-3, Payton 1-3, Green 1-3, Hezonja 1-4, Gordon 0-3). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„ Minnesota 45 (Dieng, Towns 11), Orlando 40 (Vucevic 14). Assists„Minnesota 27 (Dieng 7), Orlando 20 (Payton 7). Total Fouls„Minnesota 23, Orlando 19. Technicals„Minnesota defensive three second, Minnesota team, Orlando coach Frank Vogel, Ibaka.PACERS 122, 76ERS 115, OTPHILADELPHIA (115) Covington 8-16 2-2 23, Saric 5-9 2-2 14, Okafor 7-11 1-5 15, Rodriguez 1-14 0-0 2, Henderson 8-14 0-0 17, Thompson 7-12 2-2 19, Ilyasova 2-6 1-2 6, Holmes 3-4 0-4 7, McConnell 4-7 1-2 9, Stauskas 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 46-95 9-19 115. INDIANA (122) George 13-23 0-0 28, T.Young 2-6 1-4 5, Turner 6-10 2-2 15, Teague 10-16 9-10 30, Ellis 4-9 0-0 9, Robinson 1-2 0-0 3, Miles 3-7 3-4 12, Allen 0-3 0-0 0, Jefferson 9-12 0-0 18, Brooks 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 49-91 15-20 122. Philadelphia 26 34 24 25 6„115 Indiana 31 23 30 25 13„122 3-Point Goals„Philadelphia 14-36 (Covington 5-9, Thompson 3-6, Saric 2-2, Ilyasova 1-2, Holmes 1-2, Stauskas 1-2, Henderson 1-3, McConnell 0-3, Rodriguez 0-7), Indiana 9-19 (Miles 3-4, George 2-7, Robinson 1-1, Turner 1-1, Ellis 1-2, Teague 1-3, T.Young 0-1). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„ Philadelphia 44 (Saric 12), Indiana 43 (Turner 9). Assists„Philadelphia 23 (McConnell, Rodriguez 5), Indiana 25 (Teague 9). Total Fouls„Philadelphia 21, Indiana 17. A„15,360 (18,165).HAWKS 115, BULLS 107CHICAGO (107) Gibson 6-15 1-1 13, Lopez 3-4 0-0 6, Rondo 2-10 1-2 6, Butler 13-24 9-12 39, Wade 10-17 3-4 25, McDermott 4-6 0-0 8, Portis 0-3 0-0 0, Mirotic 0-3 2-2 2, Canaan 3-9 0-0 8. Totals 41-91 16-21 107. ATLANTA (115) Bazemore 1-4 1-2 3, Millsap 5-13 4-4 16, Howard 6-9 6-9 18, Schroder 5-19 2-3 13, Korver 4-5 1-1 11, Sefolosha 8-9 2-2 20, Humphries 0-1 2-2 2, Muscala 4-8 2-2 11, Delaney 4-6 2-2 10, Hardaway Jr. 5-9 0-0 11. Totals 42-83 22-27 115. Chicago 27 34 27 19„107 Atlanta 35 33 26 21„115 3-Point Goals„Chicago 9-27 (Butler 4-9, Canaan 2-5, Wade 2-5, Rondo 1-4, McDermott 0-1, Mirotic 0-3), Atlanta 9-20 (Korver 2-2, Millsap 2-3, Sefolosha 2-3, Muscala 1-3, Hardaway Jr. 1-3, Schroder 1-4, Bazemore 0-1, Delaney 0-1). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„ Chicago 30 (Gibson 6), Atlanta 49 (Millsap 11). Assists„Chicago 24 (Butler, Rondo 7), Atlanta 24 (Bazemore 7). Total Fouls„Chicago 21, Atlanta 20. Technicals„Gibson, Bazemore. A„16,354 (18,118).INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSThrough Nov. 8 SCORING AVERAGE LEADERS G FG FT PTS AVGDeRozan, TOR 6 77 46 202 33.7 Lillard, POR 8 83 73 262 32.8 Harden, HOU 7 67 62 221 31.6 Davis, NOR 8 84 76 247 30.9 Westbrook, OKC 7 71 56 213 30.4 Durant, GOL 7 72 45 202 28.9 Curry, GOL 7 63 27 185 26.4 Leonard, SAN 7 57 61 185 26.4 Thomas, BOS 6 51 43 157 26.2 Cousins, SAC 9 74 79 232 25.8 Walker, CHA 6 47 33 146 24.3 Hayward, UTA 2 15 16 48 24.0 Irving, CLE 7 62 24 167 23.9 Wiggins, MIN 6 48 31 139 23.2 Booker, PHX 7 59 31 161 23.0 James, CLE 7 58 35 160 22.9 McCollum, POR 8 65 32 183 22.9 Anthony, NYK 6 50 30 137 22.8 Gay, SAC 8 64 40 179 22.4 Barnes, DAL 7 62 23 156 22.3HOCKEYNHL STANDINGSAll Times ESTEASTERN CONFERENCEAtlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Montreal 13 11 1 1 23 42 30 Tampa Bay 13 7 5 1 15 41 38 Detroit 14 7 6 1 15 38 37 Ottawa 12 7 5 0 14 30 31 Boston 13 7 6 0 14 32 35 Florida 13 6 6 1 13 35 33 Toronto 13 5 5 3 13 37 48 Buffalo 12 5 5 2 12 25 29 Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 13 9 2 2 20 41 34 N.Y. Rangers 14 10 4 0 20 58 34 Washington 12 8 3 1 17 33 27 New Jersey 12 6 3 3 15 29 27 Columbus 11 6 3 2 14 35 23 Philadelphia 14 6 6 2 14 49 51 N.Y. Islanders 13 5 6 2 12 37 40 Carolina 12 3 5 4 10 31 41WESTERN CONFERENCECentral Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Chicago 13 9 3 1 19 47 33 St. Louis 13 7 4 2 16 31 34 Minnesota 11 6 4 1 13 33 22 Winnipeg 14 6 7 1 13 42 43 Nashville 12 4 5 3 11 31 36 Dallas 13 4 6 3 11 33 46 Colorado 12 5 7 0 10 24 37 Paci“c Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Edmonton 14 9 4 1 19 43 35 Anaheim 14 6 5 3 15 37 33 Los Angeles 13 7 6 0 14 35 32 San Jose 13 7 6 0 14 30 32 Calgary 14 5 8 1 11 36 51 Vancouver 14 5 8 1 11 27 41 Arizona 12 5 7 0 10 35 442 points for win, 1 point for OT/shootout loss Tuesdays GamesDetroit 3, Philadelphia 2, SO Pittsburgh 4, Edmonton 3 San Jose 3, Washington 0 Vancouver 5, N.Y. Rangers 3 New Jersey 3, Carolina 2, SO Los Angeles 7, Toronto 0 Montreal 3, Boston 2 Nashville 3, Ottawa 1 Winnipeg 8, Dallas 2 Arizona 4, Colorado 2Wednesdays GamesColumbus 3, Anaheim 2, OT Ottawa at Buffalo, late Chicago at St. Louis, lateTodays GamesColumbus at Boston, 7 p.m. Anaheim at Carolina, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m. Vancouver at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Florida, 7:30 p.m. St. Louis at Nashville, 8 p.m. Winnipeg at Arizona, 9 p.m. Dallas at Calgary, 9 p.m.Fridays GamesPhiladelphia at Toronto, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Washington at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Dallas at Edmonton, 9 p.m. Winnipeg at Colorado, 9 p.m.WEDNESDAYS SUMMARY: BLUE JACKETS 3, DUCKS 2Anaheim 0 1 1 0„2 Columbus 2 0 0 1„3 First Period„1, Columbus, Jenner 1 (Hartnell, Atkinson), 1:23. 2, Columbus, Saad 4 (Murray, Johnson), 5:29. Penalties„Garbutt, ANA, (slashing), 9:35; Calvert, CBJ, (slashing), 16:14. Second Period„3, Anaheim, Rakell 4 (Manson, Fowler), 17:21. Penalties„Garbutt, ANA, (slashing), 2:07; Wagner, ANA, (high sticking), 7:11; Calvert, CBJ, (slashing), 12:16; Calvert, CBJ, (roughing), 18:36. Third Period„4, Anaheim, Ritchie 3 (Cramarossa), 1:25. Penalties„None. Overtime„5, Columbus, Werenski 3 (Wennberg, Saad), 1:21. Penalties„None. Shots on Goal„Anaheim 9-15-7-1„32. Columbus 7-5-5-1„18. Power -play opportunities„Anaheim 0 of 3; Columbus 0 of 3. Goalies„Anaheim, Gibson 5-4-3 (18 shots-15 saves). Columbus, Bobrovsky 6-3-1 (32-30). A„10,250 (18,144). T„2:38. Referees„Frederick LEcuyer, Justin St Pierre. Linesmen„Brian Mach, Kiel Murchison.INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSThrough Nov. 8SCORING LEADERS GP G A PTSMark Scheifele, WPG 14 9 9 18 Artem Anisimov, CHI 13 8 9 17 Connor McDavid, EDM 14 5 12 17 Patrick Kane, CHI 13 5 11 16 Patrik Laine, WPG 14 11 4 15 Jakub Voracek, PHI 14 6 9 15 Brad Marchand, BOS 13 5 10 15 Claude Giroux, PHI 14 4 11 15 Nikita Kucherov, TB 12 4 11 15 Tyler Seguin, DAL 13 7 7 14 Steven Stamkos, TB 13 7 7 14AHLAll Times ESTEASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OL SL GF GA PtW-B/Scranton 10 8 1 1 0 37 15 17 Hershey 10 6 2 2 0 34 24 14 Bridgeport 10 6 4 0 0 30 30 12 Spring“eld 10 5 4 1 0 22 26 11 Lehigh Valley 9 5 3 1 0 35 27 11 Providence 11 3 5 2 1 29 34 9 Hartford 10 3 6 1 0 28 44 7North Division GP W L OL SL GF GA PtToronto 10 7 2 0 1 34 24 15 St. Johns 12 6 5 1 0 42 39 13 Albany 10 6 4 0 0 25 27 12 Syracuse 9 6 3 0 0 28 26 12 Rochester 10 5 5 0 0 34 33 10 Binghamton 9 3 5 0 1 17 27 7 Utica 10 2 7 1 0 25 38 5WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OL SL GF GA PtMilwaukee 10 7 2 0 1 31 27 15 Manitoba 10 6 3 0 1 33 31 13 Charlotte 8 5 3 0 0 26 18 10 Grand Rapids 9 5 4 0 0 23 22 10 Chicago 11 5 4 1 1 33 30 12 Iowa 11 5 6 0 0 30 38 10 Rockford 11 4 6 1 0 23 34 9 Cleveland 10 3 7 0 0 26 37 6Paci“c Division GP W L OL SL GF GA Pt Texas 11 6 4 1 0 39 38 13 Tucson 8 6 1 1 0 28 25 13 Stockton 8 5 2 1 0 37 24 11 Ontario 8 3 2 3 0 27 27 9 San Antonio 11 4 7 0 0 27 34 8 Bakers“eld 8 4 4 0 0 26 22 8 San Jose 6 3 2 0 1 22 18 7 San Diego 8 2 5 1 0 25 37 5 Two points for team winning in OT or shootout; team losing in OT/shootout gets 1 point, which is registered in OL or SL columns. 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Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, November 10, 2016 this season. Plenty of other schools in the league have received contributions from graduate transfers, too. Knight started 15 games in his “rst two seasons with the Sooners, with the highlight coming when as a freshman he earned MVP honors in a 45-31 Sugar Bowl win over Alabama by throwing for 348 yards and four touchdowns. But he was benched in favor of Baker May“eld last season, and instead of spending the rest of his career on the bench, he decided to test his luck with the Aggies. Our situation with Trevor is a good one,Ž coach Kevin Sumlin said. Gave him another chance to play at this level, maybe another shot at playing professionally. Filled a void for us. Dont know theres lot of bad things about it.Ž Knight has thrown for 1,911 yards and 13 touchdowns and ran for 583 yards and 10 more scores in helping the 10thranked Aggies to a 7-2 record this season. But he will miss the rest of the regular season after injuring his right shoulder on Saturday. Sumlin hopes he can return to play his last college game for the Aggies in their bowl game. Though some question if these transfers should be allowed, Sumlin doesnt see any problem with them. And this comes from someone who not only bene“ted from a graduate transfer, but who has let players like this go in the past when it was clear that it was a better situation for them. Jameill Showers was with Sumlin for three seasons, playing behind Ryan Tannehill and then Johnny Manziel before graduating in 2013 and transferring to UTEP, where he became a starter. Matt Joeckel, another backup quarterback for Sumlin, left A&M to play at TCU after graduating. Ive seen both sides of it,Ž Sumlin said. To me my thought process is if a young man comes to your university and does everything you ask him to do, has been a great teammate and graduated from your university, which is the number one thing he came there for, and for whatever reason wants to leave, why not give him chance to go somewhere else to live out his dream? If someone wants to be part of that and they need a quarterback for a year, an older guy, why not?Ž The most controversial graduate transfer this season was the move by defensive back Maurice Smith from Alabama to Georgia . The transfer was at “rst refused by Alabama coach Nick Saban before being referred to the SEC of“ce, which approved it in August. Smith wanted to transfer after failing to get signi“cant playing time in three seasons with the Crimson Tide. Things have been much different this year with the Bulldogs, for whom hes appeared in nine games with seven starts. Hes tied for “fth on the team with 35 tackles and has an interception and a sack.SECFROM PAGE 1 13. Duke (3-6): After four straight bowl bids, tight losses provide frustration for a program used to some degree of success. (LW: 14) 5. Florida State (6-3): A week after nearly beating Clemson, the Seminoles had to rally from a double-digit de“cit to win at N.C. State. (LW: 3)THIS WEEK IN THE INSIDE ONE OF COLLEGE FOOTBALLS PREMIER CONFERENCES | COMPILED BY PATRICK STEVENS, SPECIAL TO GATEHOUSE MEDIASTANDINGS(Through Nov. 5) ATLANTIC Team Conf. All T25 Clemson 6-0 9-0 3-0 Louisville 6-1 8-1 1-1 Wake Forest 3-2 6-3 0-1 Florida State 3-3 6-3 0-3 Syracuse 2-3 4-5 1-2 NC State 1-4 4-5 0-3 Boston College 1-5 4-5 0-3 COASTAL Team Conf. All T25 North Carolina 5-1 7-2 1-1 Virginia Tech 5-1 7-2 1-0 Miami 2-3 5-4 0-3 Pittsburgh 2-3 5-4 1-3 Georgia Tech 2-4 5-4 0-2 Virginia 1-4 2-7 0-2 Duke 0-5 3-6 0-2INDIVIDUAL LEADERS(Through Nov. 5) PASSING YARDS Player Yds. Lamar Jackson, LOU 2,753 Mitch Trubisky, UNC 2,707 Eric Dungey, SYR 2,679 Deshaun Watson, CLEM 2,497 Deondre Francois, FSU 2,492 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Player No. Lamar Jackson, LOU 26 Deshaun Watson, CLEM 24 Jerod Evans, VT 21 Mitch Trubisky, UNC 19 Kurt Benkert, UVA 19 RUSHING YARDS Player Yds. Lamar Jackson, LOU 1,181 Dalvin Cook, FSU 1,134 Matthew Dayes, NCST 831 Mark Walton, MIAMI 774 James Conner, PITT 712 RECEIVING YARDS Player Yds. Amba Etta-Tawo, SYR 1,158 Mike Williams, CLEM 754 Ryan Switzer, UNC 728 Isaiah Ford, VT 710 Bug Howard, UNC 658 SCORING Player Pts. Lamar Jackson, LOU 114 Joey Slye, VT 86 James Conner, PITT 80 Ricky Aguayo, FSU 80 Dalvin Cook, FSU 78TEAM STATISTICS(Through Nov. 5) TOTAL OFFENSE Team Yds./G Pts./G Louisville 593 50.2 Clemson 488 38.6 Florida State 471 33.6 Syracuse 463 23.7 North Carolina 460 34.2 Virginia Tech 445 34.7 Pittsburgh 422 37.0 Miami 416 34.9 NC State 408 26.0 Georgia Tech 401 27.2 Duke 399 24.1 Virginia 366 25.4 Wake Forest 331 21.3 Boston College 312 19.4 PASSING OFFENSE Team Yds. Yds./G Syracuse 3,029 336.6 Louisville 2,987 331.9 Clemson 2,882 320.2 North Carolina 2,761 306.8 Florida State 2,517 279.7 Miami 2,372 263.6 NC State 2,345 260.6 Virginia 2,306 256.2 Virginia Tech 2,266 251.8 Duke ,2078 230.9 Pittsburgh 1,817 201.9 Wake Forest 1,507 167.4 Boston College 1,391 154.6 Georgia Tech 1,294 143.8 RUSHING OFFENSE Team Yds. Yds./G Louisville 2,354 261.6 Georgia Tech 2,315 257.2 Pittsburgh 1,984 220.4 Virginia Tech 1,740 193.3 Florida State 1,718 190.9 Clemson 1,514 168.2 Duke 1,512 168.0 Wake Forest 1,476 164.0 Boston College 1,418 157.6 North Carolina 1,376 152.9 Miami 1,369 152.1 NC State 1,327 147.4 Syracuse 1,142 126.9 Virginia 984 109.3 Boston College (4-5, 1-5 ACC) at No. 20 Florida St. (6-3, 3-3)When: 7:30 p.m. EST Friday Where: Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, Fla. TV: ESPN2 Notes: Its the second consecutive year these teams have met on a Friday night, with the Seminoles authoring a 14-0 shutout last season. Florida State had to rally to defeat N.C. State last week and clinch bowl eligibility for the 35th consecutive season, but it continues to “nd that freshman WR Nyqwan Murray (nine catches, 153 yards against N.C. State) has rapidly developed a rapport with QB Deondre Francois. Boston College has struggled mightily against higherend ACC teams like Clemson, Louisville and Virginia Tech, and its offensive limitations are likely to be exploited by the Seminoles athletic defense. Boston College did win a conference road game two weeks ago at N.C. State, but then lost 52-7 to Louisville. Georgia Tech (5-4, 2-4) at No. 18 Virginia Tech (7-2, 5-1)When: 3:30 p.m. EST Saturday Where: Lane Stadium, Blacksburg, Va. TV: ESPNU Notes: Virginia Tech can take a step toward earning the Coastal Division title as it takes on the visiting Yellow Jackets. QB Jerod Evans didnt throw a TD pass last week at Duke but still kept the Hokies undefeated in division games thanks a 24-21 triumph fueled by a blocked “eld goal return for a TD. Georgia Tech is on the road for the second consecutive week after suffering a 48-20 setback against North Carolina. The Yellow Jackets have endured back-to-back losing seasons in ACC play only twice since joining the conference and never since 199394, but a defeat either this week or in their home “nale against Duke next week would seal that fate. The Hokies are 9-3 against Georgia Tech since joining the ACC.Wake Forest (6-3, 3-2) at No. 5 Louisville (8-1, 6-1)When: 7 p.m. EST Saturday Where: Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, Ky. TV: ESPN2 Notes: Lamar Jacksons run through the ACC is about to end, at least for this season. The sophomore QB returns home for Louisvilles conference “nale, and it will be the last time the Cardinals see a league opponent this year barring a stunning Clemson collapse or a Louisville-Clemson matchup in the playoff. Jackson accounted for seven TDs last week against Boston College as he continues to burnish his Heisman Trophy hopes, but he could be slowed a bit by a commendable Wake Forest defense that is tied for 35th nationally in total yardage allowed and has not yielded more than 33 points in a game this year. The Demon Deacons are bowl eligible after last weeks 27-20 defeat of BEST OF THE REST THIS WEEKS OTHER TOP GAMES ROUNDING IT OUT THE REST OF THE MATCHUPSTime (EST) Matchup TV THURSDAY 7:30 p.m. No. 15 North Carolina at Duke ESPN SATURDAY 12:30 p.m. N.C. State at Syracuse ACC Network 2 p.m. Miami at Virginia RSN45Touchdowns accounted for by Louisville QB Lamar Jackson , the third ACC player ever to reach that plateau. The other three were Clemsons Tajh Boyd (2012) and Clemsons Deshaun Watson (2015). Evans JacksonKeys for PittsburghADJUST THE PASS DEFENSE: The Panthers have been torched by Oklahoma States Mason Rudolph , North Carolinas Mitch Trubisky , Virginia Techs Jerod Evans and Miamis Brad Kaaya , and theyll get arguably their biggest test in the passing game this week against Clemsons Deshaun Watson . At some point, Pitt is going to have make some serious tweaks in the secondary to allow Pitt to have some hope of defending against capable QBs. Now would be a good time. UNLEASH CONNER: As much as Panthers offensive coordinator Matt Canada loves gadget plays and involving a large cast of ballcarriers, this is the sort of game Pittsburgh would be wise to rely heavily on TB James Conner . Its hard to do much of anything against Clemsons defense, but Conners rugged rushing style tends to play fairly well against just about anyone. He needs a big day for Pitt to pull an upset. Keys For ClemsonATTACK THROUGH THE AIR: This is an easy one considering how much pass defense has been a trouble spot for Pittsburgh in all four of its losses. Clemson QB Deshaun Watson played less than a half last week because of a shoulder bruise, but he should be locked in and ready to connect with his posse of targets „ Mike Williams , Artavis Scott , Deon Cain , Jordan Leggett and more „ against the Panthers. NO LET-UP: Clemson wasted little time putting Syracuse away last week, rolling up a 54-0 rout while chasing the Oranges starting quarterback. At this point, its almost like a six-game tournament for the Tigers „ three regular-season games and the ACC title to earn a spot in the national semi“nals, then two games in the playoff. The Tigers cannot mess around with inferior opposition as they chase a playoff berth. PredictionCLEMSON 48-24: Clinching the ACCs Atlantic Division would be a minor footnote for the Tigers considering their aims of getting back to the national title game this year, but that is at stake this week. Clemson hasnt pieced together dominant performances in back-to-back weeks yet this season, but it catches Pittsburgh on a two-game slide and is fresh off an impressive showing against Syracuse. Look for the Tigers to roll. GAME OF THE WEEK PITTSBURGH (5-4, 2-3 ACC) AT NO. 3 CLEMSON (9-0, 6-0)When: 3:30 p.m. EST Saturday Where: Clemson Memorial Stadium, Clemson, S.C. TV: ABC S Jessie Bates III, Wake Forest: Returned an interception 39 yards for a TD to secure a victory over Virginia and bowl eligibility. TB Elijah Hood, North Carolina: Rushed 12 times for 168 yards and three TDs as the Tar Heels rolled past Georgia Tech. 1. Clemson (9-0): The Tigers had a scare when Deshaun Watson left with a bruised shoulder in the “rst half against Syracuse. (Last week: 1) 2. Louisville (8-1): The Cardinals wasted little time crushing Boston College and outgained the Eagles 515-207. (LW: 2) 3. Virginia Tech (7-2): The Hokies are two victories away from locking up their “rst ACC title game appearance since 2011. (LW: 4) 4. North Carolina (7-2): The Tar Heels have demolished Duke thanks to a surplus of speed and athleticism the past two years. (LW: 5) 6. Miami (5-4): The Hurricanes fourgame slide is over, and now they can aim for bowl eligibility in this weeks trip to Virginia. (LW: 7) 7. Pittsburgh (5-4): The Panthers secondary still cant cope with an above average quarterback and a talented wideout. (LW: 6) 8. Wake Forest (6-3): It took three tries, but the Demon Deacons are bowleligible for the “rst time since 2011. (LW: 9) 9. Georgia Tech (5-4): A couple turnovers were costly against North Carolina, but defense continues to be a far greater issue. (LW: 8) 10. N.C. State (4-5): Wolfpack fans hav e plenty of what-ifs about this season, which includes four losses by a combined 21 points. (LW: 11) 11. Syracuse (4-5): The O range was set up to get demolished by Clemson. Its the loss of Eric Dungey to injury that really hurts. (LW: 10) 12. Boston College (4-5): The Eagles were outscored by Clemson and Louisville by a combined 108-17. (LW: 12) 14. Virginia (2-7): An interception returned for a TD with less than seven minutes left at Wake Forest sealed a losing season. (LW: 13) FrancoisBY THE NUMBERS POWER RANKINGSBreaking down the ACCSTARS OF THE WEEK STAT OF THE WEEK Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson avoids the tackle attempt by Syracuses Zaire Franklin to gain a first down Saturday. RICHARD SHIRO/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS READY TO ROLLTigers poised to dominate the Panthers

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We offer health insurance, AFLAC, paid holidays, PTO, 401K. We are a drug & nicotine free workplace. Preemployment drug & nicotine screening required. Interested candidates please send your resume to Robin Marotta Production Manager atrmarotta@suncoastpress.com Classified=Sales 2070 SALES Advertising Sales ExecutiveThe Charlotte Sun is looking for "Winners" to join our team of professional Advertising Sales Executives. If you are never satisfied with average successes, are self-motivated, goal oriented, confident, enthusiastic and believe that the customer is all important, we would like to talk to you. The successful candidates must possess good oral and written communication skills, be organized and a team player. Sales experience a plus but we will train the right persons. We offer:Competitive salary plus commission Vacation Health insurance Sick and short term disability Training Stable company that is very Community minded and involved. Please send resume to: Advertising Director, Leslee Peth Charlotte Sun 23170 Harborview RoadCharlotte Harbor, FL 33980 Email: Lpeth@sun-herald.com We are an Equal Opportunity Employer & a Drug and nicotine Free Diversified Workplace. 2030 MEDICAL DENTAL FRONT OFFICE EXPREQD. SOFTDENTAPLUS. GOOD HRS/PAYFAXRESUME: 941-473-1398 HOUSEKEEPERPT, MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN LTC OR ALF CLEANING. PLease apply QUALITY HEALTH CARE 6940 Outreach Way North Port (941)426-8411 or FAX Resume to 941-423-1572 EOE Drug free work place OFFICE NURSE F/T position open at Lemon Bay Physicians in Englewood. Fax resume to 473-3609 or call 475-8291 www.HorizonTechInstitute.ComADVANCE YOUR CAREERŽ Licensed & Accredited School Murdock Town Center on 411032 Tamiami Tr Unit 3YOUcan become a LPN within 11 months. Enrollment ongoing.Start Working In 2-5 wks! 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Page 4 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netThursday, November 10, 2016 2100 GENERAL DRIVERS & WAREHOUSE HELP neededfor Local Seafood Company. Good Pay!!! 941-380-9212 EXPERIENCED IRRIGATION TECH for New Installation and Repairs. Work in Englewood, Rotonda, Cape Haze & Boca Grande. More Experience, More Money!Valid DL. Call 941-474-0527 STAFF OPENING DeSoto County School DistrictIT Systems Support SpecialistStarting at $47,500 Microsoft/Cisco certs and network mgmt. exp. pref. To Apply Visitwww.desotoschools. com/jobs PIZZA COOK MGR. /ASST. MGR. CASHIERSReliable w/transportation.941-627-3500 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 2100 GENERAL DELIVERY DRIVER/HELPER Immediate opening. Must be able to do heavy lifting. Must be responsible, dependable and mature. $10/hour to start. Review for raise after 30 days. Send resume and references to: visalia15393@gmail.com. INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER CONTRACTORS NEEDEDThe North Port Sun and the Englewood Sun has home delivery routes available. Supplement your income with this great business opportunity. Earn $200$300 per week for a few early morning hours of delivery. Reliable transportation, a valid Florida drivers license and proof of insurance are required. Apply in Person at: The North Port Sun 13487 Tamiami Trail North Port, FL 34287 The Englewood Sun 120 W.earborn St. Englewood, FL 34223 The Charlotte Sun 23170 Harborview Road Port Charlotte, FL 33980 Online at www.yoursun.com or call 941-206-1310 2100 GENERAL CUSTOMER SERVICE, Full Time, Typing & People Skills a Must! Friendly Environment. Apply at Tile & Carpet World 4820 Tamiami Trail P. C. Btwn. 9am-11pm 941-625-9825 BOAT DETAILERS,Expd Full time, Year Around Work. Looking for people that want to grow with our company. Weekly Pay! We provide transportation to job site from our office Call Joe 941-875-8157 or 941-764-7928 Lv Msg. DRIVER NEEDEDNIGHTS Part time Must have CDL with Medical Certificate 20-30 hours a weekTo fill out an Application Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5 The Charlotte Sun Newspaper 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL Please, no phone calls We are a drug and nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug and nicotine testing required NEEDCASH? 2100 GENERAL CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES PART TIME WEEKENDS/HOLIDAYSThe Charlotte Sun Newspaper is seeking a reliable, flexible, pleasant person with good phone skills and personality with the ability to handle customer relations. Computer experience mandatory, must be able to work in a fast-paced work environment. We are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing required. Email resume to tdoran@sun-herald.com or awathen@sun-herald.com Or Apply in Person 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor Mon.-Fri. 9-4 We will contact you for an interview EOE Non Smoking Office Please, no phone calls ADVERTISE! 2100 GENERAL CHARLOTTE SUNGraphic Artist/Ad DesignFull TimeThe candidate will work with the sales team to increase revenue with well-designed sales campaigns. This will include display advertising, speculative ads, flyers. Knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, and layout is required. If you are looking for a career in a positive environment with growth potential and have a real desire to succeed. Now accepting resumes:stoner@suncoastpress.com We are a Drug and Nicotine Free Workplace Pre employment Drug and Nicotine Testing Required GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 2070 SALES CAREERNIGHTEVERYTUESDAY. CALLFORDETAILS. 941-426-0621 2100 GENERAL The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED GreatDealsin theClassifieds!

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Thursday, November 10, 2016ads.yoursun.netE/N/C The Sun Classified Page 5 5060 CLEANING SERVICES MRS. CLEANING UP! 1st class cleaning Service! Specials Now! $10% Senior Discount! 941-204-8057 www.mrscleaningup.com Lic & Insured ANDREA`SCLEANINGCOMMERCIAL& RESIDENTIALSATISFACTIONGUARANTEED. FREEESTIMATES. EXPERIENCE& REFERANCES941-467-2120 ANNIE`S CLEANING SERVICE Home Office Weekly Bi-Weekly Reliable Service Reasonable Rates 941-391-6850 CLEANING & CHORES SOLUTIONSNeed Errands, or Your Home or Office Cleaned? Need Transp. To/From Appts? 941-276-1043 Lic & Ins. FINE HOUSECLEANING SERVICE by Anna 9 41-445-7220 MICHELLES CLEANING SERVICES SEASONAL, FULL TIMEor 1 Time Cleanings. EXPERIENCED ! 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SENIOR DISCOUNT 941-769-1415 5054 CONTRACTORS BLUE PARROT CONSTRUCTION Custom Homes Commercial & Residential Renovations 941-662-0366 Cell: 941-662-0266BlueParrotConstruction@aol.com www.BlueParrotConstruction.comCBC1258748/Fully Insured TEDDY`S HANDYMAN & REMODELING, INC. No Job Too Big or Too Small! (941)-629-4966 Lic./Ins. Serving NP, Charlotte & PG CRC 1327653 5057 CONCRETE A SMARTConsumer Knows... Get TWOEstimates But Make One Ours!! All Types of Concrete & Natural Stone Work941-223-7678 941-493-8427 CONCRETE & STUCCO ASSOCIATES SIDEWALKS DRIVEWAYS Custom Driveway Designs Slabs & Patios. STUCCOInstall & Repair Block & Wood frame homesAvail For Multiple Counties 941-380-5648 FLORIDA CONCRETEDRIVEWAYSSIDEWALKSADDITIONSRESIDENTIAL& COMMERICALNEWCONSTRUCTION941-628-5965 INS/LICCG034909 PRO PATH CONCRETE Driveways Patios Sidewalks Pads Free Estimates 941-286-6415 Lic #AAA-11-00081 RICH LANDERS STUCCO, INC. Honest, Reliable work! LIC/INS New Const & Remodels. 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Lutheran Church of the Cross 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek Bible Study Thursdays 10-11:30 and Sundays @ 9 AM Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 NEW SEASON FULLGOSPEL MINISTRIES Meet Every Wednesday at 6:30 Held at 3320 Loveland Blvd Port Charlotte, Fl (Held at Board of Realtors Building same side as Visani's Restaurant) Food and Refreshments being served plus live Christian Music..Come and be a part of our celebration!! Everyone welcome! For more info call Anna Soloduk 941-286-5506 3070 BURIAL LOTS/CRYPTS CRYPTS, SIDE-X-SIDE $5,750 Royal Palm Memorial Gardens. (941)-639-2591 3080 TRAVEL/TICKETS TICKETS NASCAR FANS GREAT TICKETS FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP RACE ON 11/20. (2) FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! SECTION 200, ROW 24. $132 262-492-4739 3090 LOST & FOUND FOUND: PRESCRIPTION LADIES SUNGLASSES. Found in front of Wyvern Hotel. 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A dependable, economic vehicle that can handle some rural road areas recommended. For more information or to apply please contact: Richard Spriggs 23170 Harborborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980 (941) 206-1310 Online www.yoursun.com SUN COAST PRESSis currently hiring for the following positions in our Venice Print Center.P/T MAILROOM HELP-night shift F/T STACK DOWN PERSONSend Resume to:schisesi@suncoastpress.com 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY "AMBASSADORS" NEEDEDTOSOLICITSUBSCRIPTIONS FORFLORIDA'SNUMBERONE RANKEDWEEKLYNEWSPAPER INFLORIDA, THEVENICEGONDOLIERSUN ATSTOREFRONTSINTHEVENICEAREA. CONTACTJIMDEFALLEAT941-786-7676 FORMOREINFORMATION. FT Bell Ringers Needed Apply In Person at the Venice Salvation Army 1051 Albee Farm Rd PROOFREADER The Charlotte Sun is looking for a proofreader to help prevent grammar, spelling and punctuation mistakes in its daily publications. A strong understanding of grammar rules and spelling is necessary. Knowledge of AP style is a plus. 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Page 8 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netThursday, November 10, 2016 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS FAUCET BRUSHED nickel bathroom sink & tub faucet $20 941-639-3074 FLATWARE, SET w/ wood case Silver plate service for 8 $60 941-356-0129 FOLDING CLUB CHAIR Soft turquoise cushion, black metal frame $15 941-276-1881 GLASS URNS cobalt blue.masterworks.29ŽH. $300, OBO 941-235-2203 GLASS: Box w/cover, Vera Wang Vase, Hurricane Lamp 3 items $10 941-276-1881 IRONING BOARD, 10year cover like new $15, OBO 941-681-2433 IRONING BOARDS Two to choose from $5 941-445-5619 JUICER, ACME Supreme $40 941-423-9371 KITCHEN FAUCET Delta stainless steel single lever & soap dispenser $40 941-639-3074 LAMP GLASSfilled w/ sea shells $30 941-356-0129 LARGE GREENERY plants & flowers in vases & baskets; each $20 941-639-0838 MATTRESS PAD Cal King like new $40 941-429-8513 MATTRESS, QUEEN & BOX. Brand New Will Sell $175. 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FRI-SAT. 8-2 Moving sale. 2 Lawn mowers rider and electric start, bedroom furn., misc. 20375 Andover Ave. FRI-SAT. 8-5 5458 White Ave. Myakka West Homemakers Club Garage Sale. FRI-SAT. 8:30-2 1217 Cheshire St. Household Items, Portable Electric Ice Maker, Tools, Books, Sm. Appliances & Much More. FRI-SAT. 8AM-2PM 54 Chickering St. BabyKid, Household, Furn, 5th whl hitch, paintball, boots/helmets FRI-SAT. 9-2 2143 Astotta St. Furniture, Clothes, Books, Cookware, Toys, and More. FRI-SAT. 9-2 Community garage sale. Wide variety. 400, 495 and 500 Rose Apple Cir. 20024 Behan Ct. 1073, 1089 and 1278 Corktree Cir. FRI-SAT. 9-3UNITEDMETHODISTCHURCH(THECHURCHW/ THEBLUEROOF) 1100 MCCALLRD. THEFALLBARNSALECRAFYLADIESCHRISTMASBAZAAR FRI. 9-3 23123 Maclellan Ave. Furniture, DVDs, Watches, Sports Memorobilia, Records, Wicker, & Copper. FRI.-SAT 8-2 2860 CABARET ST. (Off Collingswood) LOTS OF CRAFT SUPPLIES, HOUSEHOLD & MORE! FRI.-SAT. 8AM-2PM 4117 Sumac St.. Fishing, tools, boat parts, jewelry, plants, household, lots of misc. FRIDAY ONLY 8-1 351 Kenova St. Books, DVDs, Household Items & MUCH MORE! SAT-SUN-MON 8-5 22065 Deborah Ave. Assorted furn, clothing, outdoor furn, misc household. SAT. 8-2 3306 Daytona Dr. Harbor Heights. Miscellenous, 3 Sport table, foosball, bikes, stereo, boat, food truck. SAT.8-1HUGE YARD SALE at US 41 & Harbor Blvd. Near Dairy Queen in Port Charlotte. To Benefit Community Cats of Charlotte, A nonprofit Trap, Spay, Neuter, Return Program. Donate a Bag of Food for the Cats. SAT. 9AM-3PM 3161 Harbor Blvd. (Across From Bowland) Zonta PG/PC Club Charity Sale! No Early Birds. SAT. ONLY 8AM 18201 WINDSWEPT AVE. HOUSEHOLD, CHRISTMAS, EXER-CISEEQUIP, MUCHMORE. SAT., NOV.12. 8-? 1264 Bounds Street. Ladies Harley clothes, furn., bedding, etc. SATURDAY 9AM-2:30PM 4250 WILLOW BEND DR. OFF SR 776RIVERWOOD HOLIDAY ARTS & CRAFT SALE 6002 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES ANTIQUE, PRIMITIVE & VINTAGE MARKET Sats. 9-2pm 505 W. Dearborn VENDORS Call 941-468-1606 FRI-SAT. 8-2 9422 Klamath Falls Ave. Clothing, Household, Fishing Gear, Christmas Items. FRI-SAT. 8AM-1PM 6242 McKinley Terr. HUGE SALE, Household items, Tools, Lawn Mower, PRICED TO SELL!! FRI-SAT. 9-2 6126 Fredericton St. Multi-Fam. Air Comp., Big Mens & Womens Plus Clothing, Household Items. FRI.-SAT. 8-2 9039 Kestral Cir. MULTI FAMILY SALE! Rain or Shine! Furniture, Household Items, Knick-Knacks & MUCH MORE!! Needanew Home? LookintheClassifieds! FRI.-SAT. 8AM-3PM 110 Friendship Lane. ESTATE SALE! Golf, Boating, Fishing, Tools, Furniture, Hshld. & MORE! FRI.-SAT. 9AM-4PM 10075 Bentley Ave. Tools, Misc. Household, Records, CDs, Artwork, Furniture & MORE! SAT9-2 173 Lazy River Rd. Ikea Med Cabinets, Cane Cabinet, Vintage Bamboo/Cane Table, Wicker Bike Basket, Tools, Craftsman Stool, Printer, Rugs, Bifold Doors, & 1885 Silver Cornet. SAT ONLY. 9-2 1165 Timber Trl. Multi-Family. 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Page 10 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netThursday, November 10, 2016 DEAR DR. ROACH: My husband, 70 years old, has had “ve heart attacks in the past 20 years. He has never had openheart surgery, but he does have four stents. His last heart attack was i n October 2013. Of course, he has been on many medications „ forever, it seems. In the past few y ears he had been feeling very sluggish, and his will to live was diminishing. On our own, we decided to cut some of his blood pressure medication. He has not taken any blood pressure medication for almost a year. We have not told his doctor or cardiologist, but at every visit his blood pressure is about 120/80. He still takes his warfarin and metoprolol. He feels great off the additional blood pressure medications. We cannot tell the doctors, as we travel a lot and worry that travel insurance would not cover us if they knew he was not taking these meds. What do you think we should do about this situation? „ L. ANSWER: I cant recommend stopping his medications without discussing this with his doctors. Choosing the right medications is a dif“cult task, requiring extensive knowledge about the persons condition. I would be concerned that y ou may have mistakenly taken away medication that was doing him more bene“t than you realize. That being said, I certainly have seen cases where people have had lower blood pressure than optimal, causing side effects such as fatigue. In that case, selectively reducing or eliminating medications can improve symptoms, and may even improve his overall prognosis. He is still taking a beta blocker, metoprolol, which almost everybody with a history of heart attacks should be taking. It is sometimes used for blood pressure, but it has many effects, some of which are crucial for its bene“cial effects on people with heart disease. Warfarin, which reduces blood clotting, should never be changed by a patient or family member without explicit instructions from the provider, as both too little and too much can be catastrophic. My advice is to tell his primary care doctor and his cardiologist what medications you stopped and why you stopped them. His doctors want to “nd the balance between a good quality of life (fewer medicine side effects) and a longer length of life (medicines that reduce risk of another heart attack). It may be that they will agree that you did the right thing; however, doctors cant give you their best without you being honest with them. DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 93-year-old man. I have a hernia on my belly button. I have had it for a long time, and I was always told to leave it alone. Sometimes, it gets large and uncomfortable. „ L.R. ANSWER: This is called an umbilical hernia. A hernia is a defect in the abdominal wall, through which abdominal contents „ especially the intestine „ can protrude. Most hernias can be safely watched if they are small and have no symptoms. However, yours is starting to bother you. Although I think a surgeon would be reluctant to operate on a 93-year-old, sometimes these hernias can become incarcerated, meaning that the abdominal contents go through the defect and get stuck there, unable to come back into the abdomen, where they belong. This requires emergency surgery, which is dangerous for a 93-year-old. Only a surgeon can evaluate whether it is worthwhile to repair the hernia and prevent that possibility. Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu or request an order form of available health newsletters at 628 Virginia Dr., Orlando, FL 32803. Health newsletters may be ordered from www.rbmamall.com.Keep doctors informed of what meds are being taken „ or notDr. Roach BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY adno=8602465

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Thursday, November 10, 2016ads.yoursun.netE/N/C The Sun Classified Page 11 !"#$#" !%%&"#" !'% (%%() Dear Heloise: customer service is so important. General-merchandise stores sell the exact same merchandise „ its usually the service that makes the difference. As a customer, please pass along my hints to store employees: € Keep the sales ”oor clean and neat. I know customers can make a mess. € Please dont engage in personal conversations with co-workers that I can overhear, and please dont text on your cellphone when Im asking you a question. € Monitor the “tting room. Politely tell me the rules, as some stores have different rules. € Make sure all items have their correct tags on them. € Be patient, as the new chip-reading cards take longer to process. Thanks for letting me vent. „ A Reader, via emailShower powerDear Heloise: I live alone, and my friends tease me about how I keep house. But my shower, I have to say, is a lot cleaner since I learned this hint: I leave my shower door open after use. This allows the water to evaporate and not turn into mold so easily. I also run a squeegee over the walls every other day to further cut down on yuckiness. „ T.C. in OhioSuitcase storageDear Heloise: I love the vintage suitcases from the 1960s. Some of my suitcases are designer and pricey. To protect them and preserve their shape, I store my off-season clothes in them. And I throw in some sachets or used fabric-softener sheets for freshness. „ Sam R., Arlington, TexasWet sealDear Readers: A moistened coffee “lter works wonders over a plate or bowl of food in the microwave. It keeps the moisture in the food, not escaping it! „ HeloiseEasy openDear Heloise: Opening water and soda bottles for the “rst time can be hard, especially if you have pain issues like arthritis. I have found that wrapping a rubber band around the lid helps a lot. Just a few twists makes it easier to grab. „ John C., Hobart, Ind.The concerns of the customerHints from Heloise BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Make your business a part of it! Call 866.463.1638 adno=8602466

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Page 12 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netThursday, November 10, 2016 !"#$%$ &!!$% ARIES (March 21-April 19). You crave someone's love. Do you dare pause to ask why? Knowing the origin of this craving might not stop it, but there is something valuable to learn in the investigation. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Your mind power is quite real. Your intentions and attitude will cause you to move through the world accordingly and with an impact of body that changes particles, matter and thus, to some degree, the course of history. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). How someone longs to understand the mystery of your inner life. It's not g oin g to ha pp en , at least not in an y kind of substantial way, but if you oer up a glimpse into your thoughts and feelings you'll make the relationship slightly easier. CANCER (June 22-July 22). People will reject something that doesn't t in with a number of other things they know to be true. To be persuasive you may need to change, soften or mold your idea to click in with what is already accepted. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Contradictions abound, and what does this mean? Maybe saying and believing contradictory things isn't a sign that you're getting something wrong. Maybe it's a sign that you're g ettin g somethin g ri g ht. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). When you feel something's dierent about a relationship, this is no cause to panic. Dierent can be good „ even dierences that don't seem particularly favorable at rst. R LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You know that people from other cultures and backgrounds think dierently. You're surer of this than you are of being right in your own cultural views. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). As intellectually adept as you are, you're always operating on a sensual level, too. The lighting aects you, as does the color, scent and overall attractiveness of thin g s. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You're no minimalist, but you're willing to let something drop in the name of simplicity. Also, a request has been made. So what goes? Note: Just because a thing is enjoyable doesn't make it superuous. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Though you may prefer to be around positive role models, if they don't show up, fret not! Reverse role models may work even better. Seeing what you don't want will be among the strongest motivators. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). As you show appreciation for the solid people and felicitous circumstances of the da y, a j o y i g nites in y our heart , radiates through your body and rings out through the atmosphere. You are happiness, ground zero. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). How might you get out of you r uptight, rational mind? Have an experience that transcends it. Lean into the mystical. Reach into that which cannot be easily explained. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Oct. 10). You'll claim a victory in the next three weeks, priming you for a solar year of condence. The winning attitude will spill over into your love life. Risks, adventure and fun ll the end of the year. In January, you'll be called to take on a major responsibility. Aquarius and Virgo adore y ou. Your luck y numbers are: 9 , 30 , 22 , 28 and 15. DEAR ABBY: My husband was recently offered a new job that carries with it a significant increase in salary as well as upward mobility. He was offered the job by a woman he used to work with years ago. She will be his new boss. It was recently brought to my attention that not only were they co-workers, they also used to sleep together. He tells me theres absolutely nothing there, and that I dont need to be worried. However, I cant help but wonder why they have maintained contact for all these years, and why she sought him out to work for her. She is also married, and I wonder if her husband knows their history, and if he would be OK with his wifes request to work with a former lover. Am I overreacting? Or should people cut off contact with their exes once they are married? Should I be worried about a physical or emotional affair? I just dont have a good feeling about this. Thank you for your help. „ NEEDS AN OBJECTIVE OPINION DEAR NEEDS: In a situation like this, much depends upon the individuals involved and the circumstances of the breakup. Not all romances end acrimoniously. Sometimes they gradually diminish and the people involved move on. It would be interesting to know who told you your husband and this woman were once lovers. If it was your husband, I think you have less to be concerned about than if it was someone trying to be helpful.Ž It is possible that the woman contacted your husband because she is familiar with his work ethic and his abilities and thinks he would be the best person for the job. That said, however, there are four people involved in this situation. And your question about whether her husband is aware of their history is a good one, because he should be. DEAR ABBY: I have a suggestion for your readers who take prescription medication. When they are finished with it, they should peel the label off the bottle, stick it to a piece of paper and se nd it through a shredder. These labels contain a lot of personal information. If they fall into the wrong hands, they could become shopping lists for drug addicts and our landfills could become their next source. Better to be safe than sorry, if for no other reason than privacy. „ CHET IN KENTUCKY DEAR CHET: I agree! Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. For everything you need to know about wedding planning, order How to Have a Lovely Wedding.Ž Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Wedding Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. (Shipping and handling are included in the price.) And he said, Lord, I believe. And he worshipped him.Ž „ John 9:38. One sign of genuine conversion is that we love to worship Him. Be sure to be faithful to the worship services of your church. BIBLEMans new job with an old flame gives his wife a chillVenice Gondolier readers: Look for the puzzle solution in the Our Town section Dear Abby

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Many others $30, OBO 941-735-1452 LIONEL BRIDGE 317 exc. cond/exc. box $65, OBO 94 1-735-1452 LIONEL ENG. #671/2671W tender,runs exc, like new $240, OBO 941-735-1452 MAKE-UP VANITY 1930 round mirror original ex cond $75 941-276-9283 MARILYN MONROE playing cards Mint sealed deck circa 1976 $15 941-474-1776 MEXICAN ARTIFACTS three items $499 781-956-8891 PLATES Spode 2 Ret Cabinet 200 Anniv. ea $15, OBO 941-830-0524 STAMP ALBUM-PLATE Blocks Uncancelled Stamps-61 to 67 Bargain! $50 941-639-1517 STAR WARS Records, mags, books, sheets, Mad mags. $100 941-496-8349 SUPER BOWL 28 sign LIGHT BEER GA DOME $75 941-629-6429 TYPE WRITER-MANUAL 50 year old Brown-Sears with case $10 941-445-5619 VINTAGE COLLECTOR BELLS glass/brass, etc. Approx. 261 $250 941-627-4619 6035 FURNITURE SWIVEL ROCKERSCHAIR Cream rocker and aqua swivel rocker $20 941-255-1255 TABLE DUNCANFIFE 28Ž Round $75 941-423-9371 TABLE MAHOGANY48Ž round 1.5Ž thick with glass top on metal leg $150 941-202-3437 TABLE ROUND 48Ž butcher block table, excellent condition $100 941-764-9212 TABLE round 5 folding, light Maxchief new cond. $75 941-496-9252 TABLE with 6 chairs $400 941-380-9212 TROPICAL PALMTREE Print, Wide Gold Frame, 30 x 42, Attractive $35 941-662-0063 TV STAND Dark Oak perfect 48 wide incl 2 drwrs,2 doors wi shelves $99 941-255-1255 6038 ELECTRONICS ANTENNNA , amp., pole, Roku $250 941-445-9154 INVERTER 3000W $350 941-474-6010 PHONE MOTOROLA MOTO G LTE $75 941-889-7592 SPEAKERS TECHNICS, 200 Watt, 10X16X36 w/8Ž woofer, exc con $40 ea 941-624-5658 STEREO SYSTEM digital home theater SONY DAV FR9 CD DVD MP3 JPEG $60 941-275-5837 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO ANTENNA amp, 20pole,Roku $250 941-445-9154 SPEAKERS, BOSE 32SE Each $40 941-423-9371 TV 32Ž $75, OBO 941-661-7158 TV ROKU SE works with HDMI & older tv, $35 941-445-9154 TV SONY TRINITRON 36Ž works great, Dosent have LCD, leave msg $40 941-497-3250 TV Westinghouse 55Ž 1080P led hdtv.new in unopened box! $450 941-320-2409 TV, SONY 55Ž Widescreen TV and stand, Model KDF55WF655 excellent $175 941-626-8739 TV-CABINET STAND New cond, with bracket & glass doors $120 718-986-3608 TV/DVD Dynex 20Ž LCD with Remote & Built in DVD Player $80, OBO 941-379-5586 TWO WAY RADIO MOTOROLA T480 NIB $35 941-625-8192 VTG. STEREO Pioneer PL510A turntable. Direct drive. Speakers too $150 941-496-8349 6060 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT LAPTOP ASUS 360 win 10, 6gb memory, 500 gbhdd, 1.70ghzi3 $300 941-626-0266 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES BO OTS HARLEY DAVIS Leather Mens Size 12. Like ne w. $70 941-416-0321 BOOTS WESTERN new in box Mens, sz. 9 $65, OBO 941-554-2140 GOLD WATCH Ladies J.Jurgensen/new never worn/boxed $275, OBO 941-735-1452 JACKET LEATHER ETS mans lg and m. $50ea $50, OBO 941-661-7158 JACKET/TOMMY HILFIGER Sport Edition/lg/red white & blue $30 941-627-4619 MOTORCYCLEJACKET Leather Black, size 42 well worn $65 941-626-8739 RACE JACKET DALE JR Bud,red,lg.never worn $60, OBO 941-460-8743 RING AUSTRAILIAN OPAL w/Tanzanite new, SZ 7, tgw4. 3cts. $75 941-554-2140 TALKING WATCH Atomic NEW w/ expansion band. $45 941-889-7592 WEDDING BAND MATCHING black hills gold $500, OBO 941-429-8513 6035 FURNITURE HOSPITAL BED Electric MultiPosition. Crank to Raise or Lower Included Mattress. Included: 2 Full Sized Bed Rails. $700 941-575-8808 HUTCH for Dining Room, Solid Wood, Call for pictures, EC. $200, OBO 941-876-5013 I BUY FURNITURE Or anything of value! 941-485-4964 KING BED, California King mattress, box springs frame like new $125 941-876-4031 KITCHEN SIDEBOARD oak color, 2 drawers, doors below. $35 941-743-7858 KITCHEN TABLE 4 swvl chrs lk new rnd tbl wi leaf 2 mtchg bar stls avail $250 941-255-1255 LANAI FURNITURE Glass top table with 4 cushioned chairs plus cushioned chaise lounge. $199 941-639-0639 LIFT CHAIR Brown tweed electric recliner. Very good condition. $225, OBO 941-473-2117 LIVING ROOM Sofa, 2 Chairs, 2 foot stools Ethan Allen $475 941-876-4031 LOUNGE CHAIR Pads Good Condition Floral and Stripped $40 941-249-8414 LOVESEAT &CHAIR mint green leather. Excellent condition. $499 941-497-3930 MATTRESSTOPPER Feather Queen, New Condition, Washable Cover $50 941-662-0063 MATTRESS, QUEEN & BOX. Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 MIRROR 36X52 overall. Wood frame 7 inches wide, brushed metalic $200 941-497-3930 PATIO SET TABLE,6 CHAIRS W/CUSHIONS. EXCELLENT $250, OBO 941-626-5501 PATIO TABLEW/4CHRS. Wrought iron 3 x 5. $50, OBO 941-268-7143 RECLINER Chair Beige clean no smoke, no pets. $80 941-496-9252 ROCKERCHAIR SWIVEL Like NEW pink color. $80, OBO 941-889-7592 ROCKER/RECLINER LAZYBOYswivel beige $125 941-743-0582 ROCKING CHAIR Ethan Allen Cape cod rocker $125 941-627-6542 RUG 8ft. round, leaf pattern. Excellent condition $100 941-497-3930 SECTIONAL SOFASLEEPER QN. size, like new, Tan $400 941-828-0094 SHELF STAND, TALL 72X31 $30 941-200-2184 SIDE TABLE round glass, stainless steel, small, modern, very nice $25 214-906-1585 SLEEPER SOFA Good cond. Beige with bird of paradise design. $200, OBO 941-639-0639 SLEEPER SOFA La-z-boy Clean Non Smoker,Spring colors Nice $25, OBO 941-626-8274 SOFA & 2CHAIRS Sofa excellent condition $250, OBO 941-295-6948 SOFA & Chair Green print loveseat hide a bed, and Matching Chair, $200 941-830-8499 SOFA BED Queen LIKE NEW. UPGRADED MATTRESS $125 941-266-3134 SOFA SECTIONAL Cream leather, exc cond, curved $450 941-493-4502 SOFA SLEEPER Fabric Queen ex cond $50 941-276-9283 SOFA SLEEPER like new $130 941-429-8498 SOFA SLEEPER Qn size like new, $150 863-444-0246 SOFABED, QUEEN never used color moss. $300 941-2763895 STEREO CABINET BROWN 20Žx20Žx 36Ž glass doors $5 941-445-5619 STORAGE CABINET Lg, 68 X 72 wood/glass 4 Top Shelves 16 Drawers $50 941-200-2184 6035 FURNITURE DINING ROOMSET Light wood 66x42 Pedstal Base 6 chairs 24Ž leaf $399 630-747-9506 DINING ROOM set, hutch, table 6 chairs light wood $499 941-276-3856 DINING SET 38X56 table+20 leaf 4 chairs lacquered wood beige $100 941-275-5837 DINING SET 48Ž glass top, pecan wood, 4 chairs, like new. $300, OBO 715-341-2296 DINING SET 48 in oval glass top table w// 4 uphols. chairs. EX COND $250 941-661-9801 DINING SET Outdoor dining set. Bridgeport 68x38 with 6 chairs. $400 941-474-1640 DINING TABLE 46Ž cherry Eth Allen w/leaf $250 941-493-4502 DINING TABLE 6 chairs lke new Solid white washed oak -wi leaf $475 941-255-1255 DINING TABLE Large Glass 72 X 42 X 1Ž Exc Condition $499, OBO 941-429-6229 DINING TABLE, 4 matching Captain side chairs Ethan Allen Vintage, solid Maple, Drop leaf $475 941-876-4031 DISHWASHER WHIRLPOOL„ WORKSwell. Remodel changeout. $75, OBO 941-268-7143 DRESSER 6 draws with mirror. good cond. $80 941-3478296 Punta Gorda DRESSER w/mirror new cond, 6 drawers 50WX31Hx17D $120 718-986-3608 END TABLE cherry 3 oblong 1 rnd take all $125 perfect $35 941-255-1255 END TABLE with drawer, whitewash. $40 941-743-7858 END TABLES 2brown heavy duty $75 307-840-1421 END TABLES 2 brown, glass tops, each $25 941-255-9152 ENT CENTER All wood 3 pc ex cond $75, OBO 941-276-9283 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 4x4 oak. glass door, drawers. $75 941-497-3930 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER. Three piece cherry $100, OBO 941-295-6948 ENTERTAINMENT CTR Denmark Interiors cherry will handle large TV $175 214-906-1585 FLOORSITTING TABLE Oriental28.5Ž x 47.5Ž x 12Ž Tall & 11/4Ž Thick $99 941-662-0063 HEADBOARD &FRAME Tommy Bahama, Queen, New $400 ROCKER , Rattan, Swivel $25. PRIVACY SCREENS $25 each. 941-423-6209 HEADBOARD KING off white vintage 80X50X2 includes full frame $100 941-275-5837 6035 FURNITURE BUNK BEDS Oak set, matching dresser. seally mattreses, one never used,matching dresser.Text 9415256330 for pictures. $499 941-423-9132 CHAIR Upholstered. 799 new. Excellent Must sacrifice $100 941-295-6948 CHAIR, TOMMY BAHAMA Side Chair for dining room, others $300, OBO 941-429-6229 CHAIRS Antique 2 wood frames one pink and one gold -$20 per $20 941-255-1255 CHIAR WINGBACK rose print beautiful $45 941-255-1255 CHINA CABINET new cond.class & cherry wood paid 1200 $240 718-986-3608 COFFEE &2END TABLES solid white washed oak excellent cndtn $99 941-255-1255 COFFEE &2END TABLES , sofa table darker wood , glass tops $350 941-876-4031 COFFEE TABLE & 2 end tables round glass tops, brushed nickel legs. $150 941-497-3930 COFFEE TABLE 48x30x19 French provencial exc cond $85 941-629-6374 COFFEE TABLES wood/glass one 39X39 the other 52X30 each $60, OBO 941-202-3437 COUCHAND ROCKER recliners, brown,1 yr. $300 307-840-1421 COUCH SLEEPER new queen mattress 86x36x30 bonus coffee table $200 941-275-5837 COUCH WOOD 73X33X33 removable gray pillows delivery available $200 941-202-3437 COUCH, Leather $400 941-380-9212 CURIO CABINET wood/glass 24Žx 73Ž with light $199, OBO 941-426-3605 DESK & CHAIR White wicker with glass top, 42L. Like new. $160 941-786-2364 DESK 42Ž, HIGHend, 4 small drawers and several cubbyholes. $199 941-474-1910 DESK WICKER with chair like new $150 941-429-8498 DINETTE SET like new all wood 30Ž table top & 2 handmade chairs $150 941-202-3437 DINETTE SET: Wood, counter height table w/4 chairs $375, OBO 941-627-6780 DINING BUFFET Ethan Allen, cherry, QAnne $275 941-493-4502 DINING RMSET Broyhill Table, 4 chairs, Glass Hutch $125, OBO 941-255-9152 DINING ROOM SET Light wood 66Žx42ŽPedestal Base, 6 chairs, 24Ž leaf $450 630-747-9506

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Page 16 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netThursday, November 10, 2016 6126 GOLF CARTS 2011 CLUBCAR DS Plumb Crazy PurpleŽ Golf Cart Plush Custom Upholstery Brand New Batteries New Yellow JacketŽ Cables New Head & Taillights New Folding Windshield Chrome SS Wheel Caps New Diamond Plate Running Boards New Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt Charger Runs as it Should! STK#169D $3,997 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit Darsgolfcarts.com Findthe newYou intheClassifieds! 6126 GOLF CARTS 2003 EZGOTXT 4 Passenger Golf Cart New Flip Down Rear Seat Brand New Batteries 36 Volt Charger New Upholstery New LED Head & Taillights New Folding Windshield New Yellow JacketŽ Cables New Bushing Chrome SS Wheel Caps Fantastic Tires, Brakes, Top & Mirror. Smooth and Quiet! STK#169B $2,996 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit Darsgolfcarts.com Findthe perfect companion inthe Classifieds! 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES GOLF SET 16 CLUBS, PULLCART,TAYLOR,BAG. $55 941-626-5501 GOLF SET Mens, Leather Bag, wedge, irons, woods, balls & tees $60, OBO 630-204-4243 PINGGOLF SET Ladies Complete w/Bag, Balls, Tees & More $150, OBO 630-204-4243 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! PUTTER, CHIPPER Ray Cook Billy Baroo putter, Classic Chipper 2 clubs $25 214-906-1585 6126 GOLF CARTS 07 CLUB CAR DS "Red" 4 Passenger New Flip Rear Seat New Trojan 875 Batteris {K6} New Chrome SS Caps Head & Tail Lights Fully Serviced Windshield, Top and Charger $3,795. 941-830-6026 Free Delivery {25mi.} Calls Only -NO TEXT 6110 TREES & PLANTS SILVER BISMARKTREE 4 tall will deliver with in 20miles Ea $85 941-697-9857 TOMATO PLANTS B.Boy, German John., Stupice, Cherry 510Ž healthy $2 941-258-2016 6120 BABY ITEMS BABY STROLLER with umbrella. $20, OBO 269-251-4543 AdvertiseToday! PACK-N-PLAY W/CHANGING table Carrying case included. $50 269-251-4543 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES GOLF BALLS per 3 Doz. slightly used $10 941-7668236 GOLF CART CHARGERS CLUB CAR, EZGO, YAMAHA Scratch and Dent Starting at $99 WARRANTY 941-769-1431VISIT DarsGolfCarts.com 6110 TREES & PLANTS GEIGER TREES 5-6 tall branched 5 gal bucket delivery available $25 941-202-3696 MAHOGANY, OAK, CASSIA or DWF POINCIANA tree healthy 34ft 3gal pot $8 941-258-2016 EmployClassified! MANGO TREES 6 FEET TALL IN POTS $25 941-255-9152 SATURDAY SALE VIBURNUM GREATFORPRIVACYHEDGE, PALMS, MANYOTHERPLANTS ATREASONABLE PRICES! SUISNURSURY941-232-6835 PLANTS AND TREES many varities starting at $5.00 and up. $5 941-627-4755 PONYTAIL PALM in 3gal pot 5Ž diameter bulb healthy $13 941-258-2016 SEEDLING TOMATO healthy 510Ž Beefsteak, Steak Sandwich, EggYolk $2 941-258-2016 SEEDLINGS TOMATO: Cherry, EggYolk, Steak Sandwich, SuperBoy $2 941-258-2016 6110 TREES & PLANTS AGAVE JATROPHA flax lily dumb cane mex petunias purple queen more $5 941-202-3696 ALOE PLANTS $1/ea for large, $.50/ea for medium. Punta Gorda 941-676-2928 ALOE VERA organically grown and good for healthy shin and juicing $5 941-202-3696 Seizethesales withClassified! AVOCADO PAPAYA CITRUS 34 tall seedlings local delivery available $10 941-202-3696 BABY QUEENS(PALMS, that that is!) healthy 3 ft 3 gal pot $8 941-258-2016 BROMELIADS VARIOUS kinds and sizes some in bloom starting at $5 941-202-3696 DWF OYSTER plants 12Ž Make great accent or border! Clump $2 941-258-2016 DWF OYSTER plants 12Ž tall will dig on your arrival clump $2 941-258-2016 LANTANA TREES 3 gal hibiscus $8.50 Treemendous Tree Nursery 6068 Ruff St., North Port Open SATURDAYS 9-2:30 941-468-4372

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Take all $100 941-496-8349 LANDSCAPE TIMBERS 40 8Ft pieces, Brand New! $1.50 per piece 941-268-2799 LAWN TABLE glass top, aluminum frame, also resin chairs avail $25 941-497-3250 L AWNMOWER T ORO s elfpro pelled & bag & mulcher Gas d riven $75 941-639-3074 LINE TRIMMER TROY BUILT New 25cc straight shaft $110, OBO 941-485-0681 PICNIC TABLE, custom, cedar top, aluminum bronze structure $350 941-780-3977 PRESSURE WASHER Troy Built 2700psi 200, OBO 941-485-0681 SHALLOW WELL pump 1/2 hp $75 941-743-0582 STORAGE BIN Rubbermaid, Perfect Condition $100 941-268-2799 TOP SOILFor Sale! Please call: 941-468-4372 6165 STORAGE SHEDS/ BUILDINGS WEATHER KING PORTABLE BUILDINGS Purchase or Rent To Own! Free Delivery & Set Up. 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Page 18 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netThursday, November 10, 2016 7178 LEXUS 2010 LEXUS RX-350 $20,990 SILVER, 77K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2013 LEXUS ES-350 $21,911 CERT, GRAY, 61K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 LEXUS IS-250 $21,911 CERT, NAV, WHITE, 46K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2013 LEXUS CT-200H $22,990 CERT, NAV, BLACK, 32K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2008 LEXUS SC-430 $26,490 RED, 69K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2014 LEXUS ES-350 $27,911 CERT, NAV, RED, 3 3K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2013 LEXUS RX-350 $27,911 CERT, AWD, BLACK, 58K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2011 LEXUS IS-350C $29,999 CERT, NAV, SILVER 37K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 LEXUS IS-250C $39,990 RED, CERT, NAV, 22K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 LEXUS IS-250C $40,990 CERT, NAV, RED, 14K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS LX-570 $73,990 CERT, NAV, BLACK, 14K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2009 LEXUS ES-350 GOLDEN ALMOND METALLIC, 36K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7180 MAZDA 2003 MAZDA 6 4DR SE 6CYL AUTO EXTRA CLEAN! 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Wednesday, November 9, 2016ads.yoursun.netE/N/C/V The Sun Classified Page 9 2100 GENERAL The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED CLOTHES PRESSER, BAGGER, SHIRT TOUCH-UP M-F. Apply Dolphin Dry Cleaners Unit 604 Schoolhouse Square PUT CLASSIFIEDS TOWORK FORYOU!FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES PART TIME WEEKENDS/HOLIDAYSThe Charlotte Sun Newspaper is seeking a reliable, flexible, pleasant person with good phone skills and personality with the ability to handle customer relations. Computer experience mandatory, must be able to work in a fast-paced work environment. We are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing required. 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Page 12 The Sun Classified E/N/C/Vads.yoursun.netWednesday, November 9, 2016 DEAR DR. ROACH: I am 86 years old. Nine years ago I overcame non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Now, my oncologist tells me I have multiple myeloma. I read up about it, and asked about a procedure where the cancerous cells are removed in toto and replaced by healthy ones. I gather that because of my age, even though I am “t and from a long lived-family, he thought I was too old and the procedure too risky. Have some people died during this procedure? „ R.T. ANSWER: You are talking about a bone marrow transplant, which is indeed a very risky procedure. To understand why, it is critical to understand what happens before the transplant. When the cancerous cells cant be removed mechanically (by surgery), and when they cant be cured by radiation or standard-dose chemotherapy, very high doses of chemotherapy are used: high enough to destroy the cells in the bone marrow „ both the cancerous myeloma cells and the healthy cells. The healthy cells need to be replaced, and they can come from someone else (called an allogeneic transplant) or, in some cases, from the persons own cells, which are taken out before the chemotherapy (called an autologous transplant). In addition to the higher treatment doses, the transplanted marrow can attack the cancer, if there is any left after the high-dose chemotherapy. This is called the graft-versus-tumor response (the transplanted cells are said to be engraftedŽ into the bone marrow). Unfortunately, the transplant also can attack the recipients normal cells, called the graft-versus-host disease, which I wrote about recently. The toxicity from such high-dose chemotherapy can be signi“cant. In studies of older patients with myeloma, between 2 and 16 percent of people died from the treatment (in that study, recipients were 70 to 83 years old). I could not “nd any reports of someone as old as you getting this tr eatment. The decision to consider a bone marrow transplant in an individual with myeloma is too complex for me to summarize here. It is not always the best treatment (even if you are younger), and only your oncologist can make that recommendation. DEAR DR. ROACH: My question concerns a subject Ive not seen addressed in your column. My essential tremor is accompanied by an exaggerated startle response. The least sound makes me jump. I take 10 mg citalopram for other reasons, and wonder why it does not seem to help this problem. Any thoughts? „ B.M. ANSWER: All of us can have a startle re”ex, but the exaggerated startle re”ex you describe can be found in many neurological conditions, including essential tremor „ a condition of a tremor, often of the hands or head but it can be of any body part. People with essential tremor were found, in a recent study, to have a greater startle re”ex after viewing unpleasant pictures, suggesting that emotional state has a larger impact on startle in people with ET than in those without. I can see why you might think that citalopram, an SSRI-type antidepressant, might have some bene“t. Another study found that citalopram reduced some types of startle re”ex, but not others. I can say only that I dont know why it hasnt worked for you, and that the complexity of the nervous system continues to defy our (or, at least, my) complete understanding. Id be happy to hear from people with experience with this condition. Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu or request an order f orm of available health newsletters at 628 Virginia Dr., Orlando, FL 32803. Health newsletters may be ordered from www.rbmamall.com.Bone marrow transplant for myeloma, a complicated decisionDr. Roach BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY adno=8602465

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016ads.yoursun.netE/N/C/V The Sun Classified Page 13 Dear Heloise: I found some dried beans that I must have stored in the pantry years ago. They were in the package, but seemed extremely hard to the touch. A re they still good? „ Peggy E., Rockford, Ill. You can try cooking them, and they may be all right. A lot depends on storage, and for how long. The following info comes from the United States Dry Bean Council: Stored longer than 12 months, beans can lose moisture or absorb moisture, which can make them rock-hard. When this happens, no amount of soaking will make them soft again „ dont waste your time. In the future, store beans in airtight glass jars in a cool pantry or kitchen cupboard, out of direct sunlight. „ HeloiseFresh coffeeDear Heloise: I love coffee, and I thought I would share my hint: Put a pinch of salt in the coffee before you brew it to keep it from having any bitter taste. I learned this years ago, and it always works! „ Heidi R., via email Coffee tastes vary, and everyone has his or her personal preferences when making coffee selections. If a pinch of salt works for you, I say pinch away! This is a longtime Heloise hint, and sure cant hurt! I also enjoy many different coffees, and I have my Heloises Flavored Coffees and Teas pamphlet available, which is “lled with hints and recipes for coffee, and tea as well. To order a pamphlet, go online to www. Heloise. com, or send $3 and a long, self-addressed, stamped (68 cents) envelope to: Heloise/ Coffee, P.O. Box 795001, San Antonio, TX 78279-5001. Did you know that 37 percent of coffee drinkers like their coffee black, with nothing added? If you are one of the others who adds sweetener, try dropping in a piece of your favorite hard candy. „ HeloiseTenderizing chickenDear Heloise: Here is a hint for tenderizing chicken or other meats: I used to use wax paper, place the meat between two sheets and use the meat-tenderizing hammer to pound the meat. However, the wax paper would always tear, no matter how careful I was. Now I place the meat in a large (gallon-size), plastic freezer bag that I have precut the sides of. The plastic is thicker than wax paper, and holds up to multiple poundings. „ Chris M. in New JerseyHave these beans lost their magic?Hints from Heloise BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Make your business a part of it! Call 866.463.1638 adno=8602466

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Page 14 The Sun Classified E/N/C/Vads.yoursun.netWednesday, November 9, 2016 ARIES (March 21-April 19). They are acting as though the situation calls for restraint. Not really. It's just that no one is taking initiative. Get in there and make things memorable. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Many wonderful ideas started out as dreams. You're familiar with this phenomenon; you've experienced it yourself, and you will again meet a prophecy, solution or generally actionable idea in dreamland. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You can't stand the idea of "phoning it in." If you don't feel fully committed to the p erformance , y ou'll take it as a si g n y ou need to reach deeper and try harder. You expect the same eorts from others. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Before you go into battle, ask yourself if it's necessary or if you've merely gotten so used to struggling that you've made it your default. Stop ghting for your freedom and start behaving as a person who is already free. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Sometimes your high expectations stop you from fully enjoying what is. Not today! As long as you remain open-minded, your projection of what might occur will only serve to make things more magical. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). This started last night. The ideas y ou went to slee p with threw a caucus in your head, and their decisions will make you a dierent person today than you were yesterday, as evidenced by an unusual choice you make. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You know what it's like to be your own worst enemy. There was a time when, inexplicably, you acted against your best interests, but now you seek victory over that part of yourself and your better angels will win out. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Boredom isn't just for spoiled kids and over-pr ivileged inhabitants of First World countries. It's actually a genuinely soulsucking danger that you should take seriously. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). As for the ones who act as thou g h the rest of the world was born to serve them „ no one benets from this dynamic. Be bold. Burst that bubble. Draw the boundaries, and restore the balance. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Those who were born into unconventional home situations often long for what they believe is normalcy, while the so-called "normals" seek a life that dees tradition. Whichever category you're in, you'll stretch into the other. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Your relationship with time will be a focus. There's this pull to do something dierent with your minutes, as you'd prefer them to feel like they are owing one to the next instead of merel y se p aratin g events. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). The one you love will love you back, though perhaps not in the manner you would prefer. This is partly about selshness and partly about misinformation. Don't hint. Just tell the other person what to do. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Nov. 9). You know who needs you, and you know why. Being there for others brings you a profound sens e of satisfaction, never mind the fact that eorts and energy will boomerang back in triplicate. You'll be a mentor in January and a student in March. An investment will pay o handsomely in May. Cancer and Sagittarius adore y ou. Your luck y numbers are: 6 , 30 , 15 , 4 and 34. DEAR ABBY: I have been dating IanŽ for seven months. We met at work, and my friends convinced me to go out with him. I thought he was a nice guy, just shy. Now that weve been dating, I realize thats not the case. Ian plays video games a lot. They consume his life. He gets so aggravated that he slams buttons and curses incessantly. My nerves cant handle hearing it. I have anxiety issues, and when he does it, I nearly have a panic attack. When I tell him its just a game, he wont listen. He is also critical of me. Its mostly about my weight, but he also tells me Im horrible and stupid. He complains about the way I play video games, my cooking, etc. Sometimes he loses his temper and snaps at me. He has slapped me a few times. Hes never intimate with me, but I know hes straight because he watches porn when he thinks Im asleep. We pretty much lead separate lives, but he talks about us getting our own place. We no longer work at the same company. I have a part-time job and go to school full time, but he wont even look for a job. Part of me wants to end it. But this is my “rst real relationship, and Im not sure if I can do any better. Help! „ CONFLICTED IN VIRGINIA DEAR CONFLICTED: End it NOW! You are looking at this the wrong way. From where I sit, it would be practically impossible for you to have a worse relationship than this one. Ian is immature, emotionally and physically abusive and unemployed. Men who care about women dont treat them the way he treats you. Ian should not move anywhere with you. If he does, you will have a heck of a time getting this freeloader out. Not only that, you wont be able to “nd anyone else because it will appear that youre already involved.Ž DEAR ABBY: I hear people all around me talk about their grandkids and the great times they have. I have grandkids, too, but I dont know how to be a grandmother. My mother didnt have the skill, and I dont know what to do. Im in my early 50s, and Im trying to do things now that I didnt get to do when I was young. I raised my kids. Am I supposed to spend all my time with them? Im not sure I even want to. Does that make me sel“sh? „ LOST GRANDMA IN VIRGINIA DEAR LOST GRANDMA: You dont have to spend allŽ your time with your grandchildren. You should, however, see them every few weeks if possible so you can get to know each other. Because youre not sure how to do that, ask their parents and some of your friends for suggestions on how to entertain them. It could be as simple as taking them to a movie, attending some of their school or sporting events, baking cookies together or taking them to a park during an afternoon. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. To order How to Write Letters for All Occasions,Ž send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby „ Letter Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. Shipping and handling are included in the price. And he arose, and rebuked the wind, and said unto the sea, Peace, be still. And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm.Ž „ Mark 4:39. Is your life in great turmoil? There is one who can bring you great calm in the midst of the storm. Turn it over to Jesus. 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One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednesday ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. ORNAMENTS SAND DOLLAR hand painted XMAS gifts $2.50 ea, 38 for $75 941-830-0524 PAINTING Fountain scenes. Can email pic. Have 3. Beautiful. $65 941-815-0969 PENDANT LIGHTS 2, brushed nickel, white globe. New. Each $25 941-815-0969 PICNIC TABLE, custom, cedar top, aluminum bronze structure $350 941-780-3977 PICTURE OF dancers (ballroom) 29wide x 41. Nice. $40 941-815-0969 PICTURES, Seven framed 14ŽX19Ž great for office or home $28 941-889-7592 QUILT/SHAMS Queen. Ivory Fabric&Crochet Lace, Exc Cond Beautiful! $45 941-276-1881 SETTEE WICKER White (LLOYD FLANDERS) $500 941-480-0123 SOFA LAZY BOY leather sofa. Good condition. $100 941-626-1332 TABLE ROUND 48Ž butcher block table, excellent condition $100 941-764-9212 TABLETOP, GLASS, Hexagon 46 inch $200 941-484-0608 TV ENTERTAINMENT Stand White, photos available. $60 941-626-1332 TV TRAYS with stand good condition $10 941-429-8513 VACUUM, KIRBY Model G6, L/New, attachments, bags & shampoo kit. $400 941-200-2184 VALET STAND mens cherry excl cond $15 941-255-1255 WASHER & DRYER whirlpool $75 each or $150/obo for the pair 859-654-5498 6011 VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES FRI-SAT. 8-5 Corner of 300 Salerno St & Nassau St. S. Household Items, Tools, & Misc. FRI.-SAT. 8-4 408 Verona St. (Island) Art, Frames, Linens,Luggage, Dishes, Lamps, Espresso Machine, Tile Saw, Furniture, Rugs, Antiques... ETC!! FRI & SAT 8-2 1305 Lucaya Ave Pinebrook. Lots of great items and gift ideas. SAT. 8:00-? 264 MOSS LANE VENICE GARDENSGIGANTIC 2 FAMILYMOVINGSALELots of old & new and Christmas items. Dont Miss! 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS 1949 SINGER Featherweigh Case, Attachments, etc $350 941-258-4518 CUTTING MACHINE, Cricut Explore. NEW w/some acessories $225, OBO 941-423-4387 6026 SEWING SEWING MACH Singer 185J Excl Cond 1960 portable wi attachmnts $50 941-255-1255 SEWING MACHINE Singer Fether wght 1949 Case, attachments, etc $350 941-258-4518 6027 DOLLS BLACK DOLLSBRIDE, etc beautiful $15 941-627-6542 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS 49 SINGER Featherweight Case, attachments, etc $350 941-258-4518 AEROBED FULL SIZE full height $75, OBO 941-429-1573 AREA RUG neutral color 7.5 X 5.5 very good condition $50, OBO 941-249-5077 ARTWORK FRAMED, well known artists. $20, OBO 941-268-3315 BED MATTRESS & BOX. New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 BEDROOM SET Mid-century dresser, chest, nightstand,bed. $300 941-743-7858 BEVERAGE CART RATTAN $150 941-480-0123 BLENDER LIVINGWell Health Master Model YD 2088E. Used very little. $50 941-815-0969 CARVING SET 3pc Solingen stag handle SS NIB $85, OBO 941-830-0524 CEILING FANS Some have lights, all work, approx 10 used each $7 941-625-2779 CHAIR W/foot stool Modern,good condition $25, OBO 941-268-3315 CHAIRS Folding Sport Beach Chairs with carrying case $40, OBO 941-429-1573 CHANDELIER 8 LIGHT Oil Rubbed Bronze mason jar lights. $350, OBO 646-657-7241 COFFEE PERCOLATOR Stove top Corning ware corn flower design $12 941-627-6542 COFFEE TABLE 48x30x19 Excellent condition $85 941-629-6374 COMFORTER King 9 PIECE, LIKE NEW $120, OBO 941-627-6780 DECORATOR TABLE w/20Ždia custom glass top, free aqua tablecloth $15 941-276-1881 DESK 42Ž,unusual, with 4 small drawers and several cubbyholes. $199 941-474-1910 DIRT DEVIL Steam & clean ex.cond. $25, OBO 941-743-3258 DISHES PFALTZGRAFF Tea Rose many dishes call for info $25 941-255-1255 6004 NOKOMIS/OSPREY GARAGE SALES SAT. 9AM-1PM 1340 Tamiami Trail Nokomis, WINTER SALE SPANISH LAKES 6005 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES THU-FRI-SAT. 8-3 439 Cory St. 33953, NW Pt Charlotte (Between Chamberlain and Chancellor.) MULTI-FAMILY: Fishing, collectables,tools, wall art & MUCH MORE!! 6006 PT.CHARLOTTE/ DEEP CREEK FRIDAY ONLY 8-1 351 Kenova St. Books, DVDs, Household Items & MUCH MORE! 6007 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI. 8:30-2 844 Bimini Lane. Furniture: Indoor and Outdoor, Kayaks, Pool Table, Ent. Center, and Household. 6010 S.VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES PSYCHIC FAIR2nd & 4 th Sat. Every month 10am-3pm TOP READERS $15/15 min ANGEL MINISTRIES 2269 S. Tamiami Trail Venice 941-4 92-4995 www.angelministriesfl.org SAT. 10-2 800 Citrus Rd. Tools, Golf Clubs, Linens, Wall Decor, Garden Stuff, Some Furniture and much more! SAT. 8-1 No early sales 956 Kenisco Rd. Look for signs off 776 DOWNSIZING!Tools, antiques, household, Lots of other stuff! Good Condition. Cash Only. SAT. 8AM-1PMWOODMERE PARK COMMUNITY SALE3951 Woodmere Park Blvd SATURDAY-8AM-3PM 5390 SYRACUSE RD. SOMETOOLS, HOUSEHOLDITEMS,CLOTHES, NICKNAKS, MUCHMORE. 6011 VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES 8th ANNUAL KOREAN BAZAAR,Saturday, 11/12, 10:00-2:00 , Venice Korean Community Church, 3655 East Venice Ave. MANY Beautiful Things! Korean Food Available! Kimchi Fried Rice, & More $6.50 Lunch Special! 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Page 18 The Sun Classified E/N/C/Vads.yoursun.netWednesday, November 9, 2016 6095 MEDICAL HOSPITAL BED Invacare, Model 5301 IVC, Electric, 36Žw x 84ŽL $450 941-255-9068 LIFT CHAIR Brown tweed electric recliner. Very good condition. $225, OBO 941-473-2117 NEUBLIZER SET CONTINOUS FLOW, Adult/Child, 3.3lbs, portable $25 630-204-4243 RASCAL SCOOTER Exc. cond., new battery, seat adj., 2 baskets. $650 941-629-8203 SCOOTER-HOVEROUND 4Wheel grey leather seat,V-nicecond. $440 718-986-3608 SHOWER TRANSFER BENCH. Easy to use. Great condition! $20 941-627-2080 VIAGRA!! 52 Pills for only $99 Your #1 Trusted Provider for 10 years Insured & Guaranteed Delivery Call Now 1-800-224-0305 WALKER INVACARE w/seat Holds 300# Nice! $80 941-493-3851 WALKER LT. Wt w/Seat, Folds, 4 Wheels Breaks/Locks $115 630-204-4243 WALKER w/front wheels, rear skids available $15 941-497-3250 WHEELCHAIR MULTI positional; comfort sides; head and foot rests $500 941-575-8808 WHEELCHAIR Standard Size, NICE $110 941-268-8951 WHEELCHAIR superlight 14lbs, folds, seat 19x16, 300lbs $135 630-204-4243 6110 TREES & PLANTS AGAVE JATROPHA flax lily dumb cane mex petunias purple queen more $5 941-202-3696 ALOE PLANTS $1/ea for large, $.50/ea for medium. Punta Gorda 941-676-2928 ALOE VERA organically grown and good for healthy shin and juicing $5 941-202-3696 AVOCADO PAPAYA CITRUS 34 tall seedlings local delivery available $10 941-202-3696 BABY QUEENS(PALMS, that that is!) healthy 3 ft 3 gal pot $8 941-258-2016 BANANA PLANTS, 3 GALLON POT Fruits in about 2 years $8 941-697-0794 BROMELIADS VARIOUS kinds and sizes some in bloom starting at $5 941-202-3696 DWF OYSTER plants 12Ž Make great accent or border! Clump $2 941-258-2016 GEIGER TREES 5-6 tall branched 5 gal bucket delivery available $25 941-202-3696 GUAVA PLANTS IN 3 GAL POT Also Sugar Apple and Sugar cane $10 941-697-0794 LANTANA TREES 3 gal hibiscus $8.50 Treemendous Tree Nursery 6068 Ruff St., North Port Open SATURDAYS 9-2:30 941-468-4372 MAHOGANY, OAK, CASSIA or DWF POINCIANA tree healthy 34ft 3gal pot $8 941-258-2016 MANGO TREES 6 FEET TALL IN POTS $25 941-255-9152 SATURDAY SALE VIBURNUM GREATFORPRIVACYHEDGE, PALMS, MANYOTHERPLANTS ATREASONABLE PRICES! SUISNURSURY941-232-6835 PAPAYA PLANTS, 1GL Pot Large plants also for extra $4 941-697-0794 PLANTS AND TREES many varities starting at $5.00 and up. $5 941-627-4755 SEEDLINGS TOMATO: Cherry, EggYolk, Steak Sandwich, SuperBoy $2 941-258-2016 TOMATO PLANTS 5-9Ž Ger.Johnson, Stupice, B.B., Beefsteak $2 941-258-2016 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES MEXICAN ARTIFACTS three items $499 781-956-8891 PLATES Spode 2 Ret Cabinet 200 Anniv. ea $15, OBO 941-830-0524 STAMP ALBUM-PLATE Blocks Uncancelled Stamps-61 to 67 Bargain! $50 941-639-1517 STAR WARS Records, mags, books, sheets, Mad mags. $100 941-496-8349 SUPER BOWL 28 sign LIGHT BEER GA DOME $75 941-629-6429 TYPE WRITER-MANUAL 50 year old Brown-Sears with case $10 941-445-5619 VINTAGE COLLECTOR BELLS glass/brass, etc. Approx. 261 $250 941-627-4619 VINTAGE WOODEN CHAIRS w/cane seats. 100 years old! $125. ea 941-627-2080 6075 FRUITS & VEGETABLES CHINESE OKRA & GREEN PAPAYA, Price/pound. Papaya for cooking etc. $1 941-697-0794 6090 MUSICAL BANJO Hohner Tenor Closed back 4 string, case, books, Exc. $250 941-626-8739 CRATE V33 two 12Ž w/reverb $425. Fender cyber delux foot switch $300. 937-941-1094. ELECT. GUITAR (LH Legacy) + Amp $120 941-613-6705 GATOR RACK Musicians rack mount w/wheels. $125 Originally $200. 941-564-8757 GUITAR ACUSTIC BLK ELCT CUT/AWAYbody $295 786-306-6335 GUITAR CASE Brand new black $45, OBO 941-575-0690 GUITARLES PAUL sun burst,nice $325 786-306-6335 HARMONIZER DIGITECH VOCALIST II for keyboard $50 941-564-8757 KEYBOARD Roland E70 Good condition. $195 941-564-8757 MINI DISCS 1,054 .50 Cents each. or $499/all 941-828-1311 ORGAN W/BENCH + books like new $130 941-429-8498 PEAVEY SPEAKERS MODEL PR 15 (PAIR) GOOD COND $375 941-564-8757 PEAVEY TUBEAMPLIFIER Delta Blues Tweed 30watt 15 in. spkr $450 941-626-8739 PIANO KNABE Upright, bench, wood, exc $450 941-493-4502 PIANO ROLAND, Digital intelligent, Model KR-177. w/bench, headphones, songsheets & instruction manuals. $800 941445-0558 or 941-423-4554 RADIO SHACK MIDI Keyboard MD1800 76 Key as new $75 941-255-1255 6095 MEDICAL CANE 4 PRONG ADJUSTABLE EXCELLENT CONDITON $20 941-423-5701 CHAIR CUSHION, Gel, 18Žx16Žx2Ž Blue Gel Cushion. Like new. $15 941-627-2080 HORN SADDLE CUSHION for Wheel Chair. Good condition. $20 941-627-2080 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES JACKET LEATHER ETS mans lg and m. $50ea $50, OBO 941-661-7158 MINK STOLE, oversize blonde $250, OBO 941-429-1573 MOTORCYCLEJACKET Leather Black, size 42 well worn $65 941-626-8739 PURSE DOONEY & BOURKE , Black Satchel $250, OBO 941-429-1573 RACE JACKET DALE JR Bud,red,lg.never worn $60, OBO 941-460-8743 RING AUSTRAILIAN OPAL w/Tanzanite new, SZ 7, tgw4. 3cts. $75 941-554-2140 TALKING WATCH Atomic NEW w/ expansion band. $45 941-889-7592 WATCH Turquoise&Silver watchband signed vintage Native $60 941-743-2656 WEDDING BAND MATCHING black hills gold $500, OBO 941-429-8513 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES 1907 ROLLS SilverGhost 1:24 w/case mint COA $85, OBO 941-830-0524 ALWAYS BUYING ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES (941) 639-9338 ANTIQUE BUREAU 5 drawer chest; greatly reduced-must see $ 75 941-639-1517 ANTIQUE POOL Table Peter Vitalie Eagle Claw. 5x9 One of a Kind. $5,500 239-872-6145 BABE RUTH BASEBALL 1948 original $499 781-956-8891 BASEBALLCARDS 1930S 40s 50S NEllIE FOX ROOKIE $5, OBO 810-210-9553 BOX/LINER 6466 tender,exc. Many others. $30, OBO 941-735-1452 Buying Silver Coins and Collections. Top Prices Paid! Call 941-626-7785 CERAMIC PITCHERS VINTAGE from Williamsburg VA 3 @ $15, $20 & $25 941-743-2656 COINS GOLDFROM THE U.S. MINT $127 781-956-8891 COINS Silver Dollars 18781935 $35 781-956-8891 COINS U.S. MINTAND PROOF SETS $7 781-956-8891 COMIC BOOKS a large box of 200 comics from the 1970s & up $80, OBO 941-474-1776 COMICS A great vintage selection from the 1970s 80s & beyond ea $1 941-474-1776 DAVY CROCKETT COLLECTIBLES 1950s Alamo items, etc. $10 941-445-5619 ELVIS PRESLEY Albums 78Ž records in exc. condition. Each $10 941-815-0969 HOCKEY CARDS 1979 1980 1988 complete TOPPS MINT sets $50, OBO 810-210-9553 LIONEL BOX 6466 has liner/exc cond. Many others $30, OBO 941-735-1452 LIONEL BRIDGE 317 exc. cond/exc. box $65, OBO 941-735-1452 LIONEL ENG. #671/2671W tender,runs exc, like new $240, OBO 941-735-1452 MAKE-UP VANITY 1930 round mirror original ex cond $75 941-276-9283 MARILYN MONROE playing cards Mint sealed deck circa 1976 $15 941-474-1776 6035 FURNITURE STORAGE CABINET Lg, 68 X 72 wood/glass 4 Top Shelves 16 Drawers $50 941-200-2184 SWIVEL ROCKERSCHAIR Cream rocker and aqua swivel rocker $20 941-255-1255 TABLE 52Ž RD glass top W/wood base, 6 chairs LIKE NEW PGI. $499 614-216-9077 TABLE MAHOGANY48Ž round 1.5Ž thick with glass top on metal leg $150 941-202-3437 TABLE ROUND 48Ž butcher block table, excellent condition $100 941-764-9212 TABLE W/4 chairs Has 1 leaf.Very good condition. $60 570-441-4875 TABLE with 6 chairs $400 941-380-9212 TROPICAL PALMTREE Print, Wide Gold Frame, 30 x 42, Attractive $35 941-662-0063 TV ENTERTAINMENT Stand White, photos available. $60 941-626-1332 TV STAND Dark Oak perfect 48 wide incl 2 drwrs,2 doors wi shelves $99 941-255-1255 TWIN BEDS 2 ADJUSTABLE tempurpedic-like mattress. $110 941-626-1332 6038 ELECTRONICS GASPOWERED AIRPLANES (4) ready to go each $400, OBO 941-429-1573 INVERTER 3000W $350 941-474-6010 PHONE MOTOROLA MOTO G LTE $75 941-889-7592 PRINTER INKJET Canon PIXMA MX432 Print copy scan fax $25 260-243-1347 SPEAKERS TECHNICS, 200 Watt, 10X16X36 w/8Ž woofer, exc con $40 ea 941-624-5658 STEREO SYSTEM digital home theater SONY DAV FR9 CD DVD MP3 JPEG $60 941-275-5837 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO 52Ž TV Sharp LCD Excellent Picture 5 HDMI inputs,9 total $200, OBO 941-587-1393 TV 32Ž $75, OBO 941-661-7158 TV LG 3D LED LCD 47Ž 3 yrs old LG 47LM6700 3D TV w/glasses stand excellent condition $200 941-787-7041 TV SONY TRINITRON 36Ž works great, Dosent have LCD, leave msg $40 941-497-3250 TV Westinghouse 55Ž 1080P led hdtv.new in unopened box! $450 941-320-2409 TV, SONY 55Ž Widescreen TV and stand, Model KDF55WF655 excellent $175 941-626-8739 TV-CABINET STAND New cond, with bracket & glass doors $120 718-986-3608 TV/DVD Dynex 20Ž LCD with Remote & Built in DVD Player $80, OBO 941-379-5586 TWO WAY RADIO MOTOROLA T480 NIB $35 941-625-8192 VTG. STEREO Pioneer PL510A turntable. Direct drive. Speakers too $150 941-496-8349 6060 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT HP DESKTOP, Quad Core, Windows 7 Pro, DVD-RW, MSOffice Pro, etc. $150 941-743-2656 LAPTOP ASUS 360 win 10, 6gb memory, 500 gbhdd, 1.70ghzi3 $300 941-626-0266 LAPTOP TOSHIBA Windows Vista, DVD-RW, MSOffice Pro, A+ cond. $150 941-743-2656 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES BOOTS HARLEY DAVIS Leather Mens Size 12. Like new. $70 941-416-0321 BOOTS WESTERN new in box Mens, sz. 9 $65, OBO 941-554-2140 GOLD WATCH Ladies J.Jurgensen/new never worn/boxed $275, OBO 941-735-1452 6035 FURNITURE HEADBOARD KING off white vintage 80X50X2 includes full frame $100 941-275-5837 HUTCH for Dining Room, Solid Wood, Call for pictures, EC. $200, OBO 941-876-5013 I BUY FURNITURE Or anything of value! 941-485-4964 KING BED, California King mattress, box springs frame like new $125 941-876-4031 KITCHEN SIDEBOARD oak color, 2 drawers, doors below. $35 941-743-7858 KITCHEN TABLE 4 swvl chrs lk new rnd tbl wi leaf 2 mtchg bar stls avail $250 941-255-1255 LANAI FURNITURE Glass top table with 4 cushioned chairs plus cushioned chaise lounge. $199 941-639-0639 LIFT CHAIR Brown tweed electric recliner. Very good condition. $225, OBO 941-473-2117 LIVING ROOM Sofa, 2 Chairs, 2 foot stools Ethan Allen $475 941-876-4031 LOUNGE CHAIR Pads Good Condition Floral and Stripped $40 941-249-8414 LOVESEAT &CHAIR mint green leather. Excellent condition. $499 941-497-3930 MATTRESSTOPPER Feather Queen, New Condition, Washable Cover $50 941-662-0063 MATTRESS, QUEEN & BOX. Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 MIRROR 36X52 overall. Wood frame 7 inches wide, brushed metalic $200 941-497-3930 PATIO BAR w/2 stools from model home..pvc w/grey fabric $250 609-938-0405 PATIO SET TABLE,6 CHAIRS W/CUSHIONS. EXCELLENT $250, OBO 941-626-5501 PATIO TABLEW/4CHRS. Wrought iron 3 x 5. $50, OBO 941-268-7143 RECLINER Beige microfiber $100 941-484-0608 ROCKERCHAIR SWIVEL Like NEW pink color. $80, OBO 941-889-7592 ROCKER/RECLINER LAZYBOYswivel beige $125 941-743-0582 ROCKING CHAIR Ethan Allen Cape cod rocker $125 941-627-6542 RUG 8ft. round, leaf pattern. Excellent condition $100 941-497-3930 SECTIONAL SOFASLEEPER QN. size, like new, Tan $400 941-828-0094 SHELF STAND, TALL 72X31 $30 941-200-2184 SIDE TABLE round glass, stainless steel, small, modern, very nice $25 214-906-1585 SLEEPER SOFA Good cond. Beige with bird of paradise design. $200, OBO 941-639-0639 SLEEPER SOFA La-z-boy Clean Non Smoker,Spring colors Nice $25, OBO 941-626-8274 SOFA & Chair Green print loveseat hide a bed, and Matching Chair, $200 941-830-8499 SOFA BED Queen LIKE NEW. UPGRADED MATTRESS $125 941-266-3134 SOFA BURGUNDY with 2 throw pillows, nice cond., approx 88Ž $130 561-346-2810 SOFA SECTIONAL Cream leather, exc cond, curved $450 941-493-4502 SOFA SECTIONAL MUST SELL! BEIGE, MICROFIBER, EXC COND $450, OBO 941-764-3404 SOFA SLEEPER Fabric Queen ex cond $50 941-276-9283 SOFA SLEEPER like new $130 941-429-8498 SOFA SLEEPER Qn size like new, $150 863-444-0246 SOFABED, QUEEN never used color moss. $300 941-2763895 STEREO CABINET BROWN 20Žx20Žx 36Ž glass doors $5 941-445-5619 6035 FURNITURE COUCHAND ROCKER recliners, brown,1 yr. $300 307-840-1421 COUCH SLEEPER new queen mattress 86x36x30 bonus coffee table $200 941-275-5837 COUCH WOOD 73X33X33 removable gray pillows delivery available $200 941-202-3437 COUCH, Leather $400 941-380-9212 DAYBED w/ 2 Single Size Matresses. $50 obo. 2 TWIN BOXSPRINGS, Brand New! $60. obo for Both. 941-3478296 DESK & CHAIR White wicker with glass top, 42L. 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MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 1996 MIRAGE S Call for Price 2D CPE 150,777 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 7200 NISSAN 2003 ALTIMA 3.5 SE $3,950 115,784 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2006 QUEST 3.5 $4,550v6 Gr ay 101,825 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2005 MURANO S AWD $5,550133,802 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2004 FRONTIER XE-V6 $5,995 King Cab 4WD 185,806 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2004 350Z $6,995 Enthusiast roadster144,999 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2008 ROGUE S 2WD $7,250silver 113,645 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2015 SENTRA SV $11,538 4DR SDN SILVER, 42,833 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 NISSAN VERSA $12,197 S-PLUS BLUE 35K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 ALTIMA 2.5 S $13,419 , 4d SDN ,43,163 mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 ALTIMA 2.5 S $13,494 , 4d SDN ,41,155 mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 VERSA NOTE $13,990 9 4Dr htchbk Red 45,080 mil 844-468-0509 DLR 2013 JUKE SL LOADED $14,900, 50,000 MIL 844-467-9795 DLR 2006 350Z $14,990 92dr cpe Gran 63,304 mil 844-468-0509 DLR 2016 JUKE S $16,255 4Dr sp Util 15,687 mil 844-467-9558 DLR 2013 JUKE SL $17,698 4DR SP UTIL ,41,398 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2012 NV PASSENGER 3500 $21,995s V6 53,941 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2016 FRONTIER SV $22,994 4D CREW CAB 10,493 mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 7175 JAGUAR 2005 XJ $8,990 4Dr SDN XJ8 Teal 111,278 Mi 844-468-0509 dlr 2008 JAGUAR S-TYPE $9,999 BLACK, 71K MI 855242-9258 DLR 7177 KIA 2012 KIA FORTE $8,950 SX, SILVER, 5-DOOR 53K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 KIA SOUL $11,777 BASE, 39K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 KIA SOUL $13,950 GREEN, 18K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2014 SORENTO LX $15,498 4d Sp UTIL SILVER 55,729 mil 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 SORENTO LX $17,499 4d Sp UTIL SILVER 11,263 mil 844-467-9558 dlr 2014 SORENTO LX $17,988 4d Sp UTIL BLACK 25,572 mil 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 SORENTO LX call for price 4D Sp Util, 27,803 mil 844-467-9558 DLR 2015 SEDONA LX 17,900, 38,000 MIL 844-467-9795 DLR 7178 LEXUS 2005 LEXUS ES-330 $6,990 SILVER, 117K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2008 LEXUS ES 350 $13,900 74,000 MIL 844-467-9795 DLR 2004 LS -430 $13,990 4dr sdn white, 128,885 mil 844-468-0509 dlr 2004 LEXUS RX-330 $13,990 SILVER, 54K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2008 ES 350 $14,863 4d SDN 57,495 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2008 LEXUS ES-350 $14,877 RUBY, 54K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2007 LEXUS GS 450 $14,900,HYBRID 92,000 MIL 844-467-9795 DLR 2010 LEXUS HS-250H $18,990 CERT, NAV, 41K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 LEXUS IS-250 $20,911 CERT, NAV-F, SILVER 59K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2010 LEXUS RX-350 $20,990 SILVER, 77K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2005 SC -430 $20,990 2dr conv silver, 70,446 mil 844-468-0509 dlr 2013 LEXUS ES-350 $21,911 CERT, GRAY, 61K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 LEXUS IS-250 $21,911 CERT, NAV, WHITE, 46K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2010 ES-350 $21,990 4Dr Sedan Black 56,292 mil 844-468-0509 dlr 2013 LEXUS CT-200H $22,990 CERT, NAV, BLACK, 32K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 LEXUS IS-250C $23,911 GRAY, 43K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2014 LEXUS ES-350 $27,911 CERT, NAV, RED, 33K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2013 LEXUS RX-350 $27,911 CERT, AWD, BLACK, 58K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2011 LEXUS IS-350C $29,999 CERT, NAV, SILVER 37K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 GX-460 $33,990 4Dr ALL WH-DR 62,625 mil 844-468-0509 dlr 2014 LEXUS IS-250C $39,990 RED, CERT, NAV, 22K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 LEXUS IS-250C $40,990 CERT, NAV, RED, 14K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS LX-570 $73,990 CERT, NAV, BLACK, 14K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2009 LEXUS ES-350 GOLDEN ALMOND METALLIC, 36K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7160 HONDA 2015 PILOT EX-L $26,951 4D SP UTIL 32,800 Mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 ODYSSEY EX-L $30,309 4D PASS VAN 15,595 mi ,,844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 PILOT TOURING $33,692 4D SP UTIL 27,142 Mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 ODYSSEY Touring $33,828 4D PASS VAN 10,484 mi, 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 PILOT EX Call for Price 4DR SP UTIL , 5,216 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 HONDA CR-V EX-L, TITANIUM METALLIC, 7,189 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 HONDA ACCORD EX0L, STEEL METALLIC, 9,440 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 CR-V EX-L call for price 4DR SP UTIL 7,102 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2014 ODYSSEY LX call for price4d Pass Van 844-467-9558 Dlr 2013 CR-V EX 15,923 4D Sp Util, 49,110 mil 844-467-9558 DLR 2012 CR-V EX-L Call For Price, 4d Sp Util Blue 74,115 MI 844-467-9558 DLR 2004 CR-V EX$5,753 4DR SP UTIL 126,173 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 7163 HYUNDAI 2014 SONATA GLS $12.992 4D SDN Silver 42,388 Mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2006 SONATA gls $2,941 4DR SP UTIL 146,121 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2003 SONATA GLS $3,995 LEATHER GRAY, 123,543 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2008 HYUNDAI ACCENT $5,495 1-OWNER, EXTRA SHARP. MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2007 SONATA GLS $6,236 4D SDN 75,682 mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2006 HYUNDAI SANTA-FE $7,295 GLS, 4D UT MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 dlr 2008 ELANTRA $8,990 4Dr SEDAN GLS, WHITE 100,602 Mil 844-468-0509 dlr 2009 HYUNDAI SONATA $9,990 BEIGE, 71K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2009 HYUNDAI AZERA $10,495 38K MI, OWNER. MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2015 SONATA SE $12,436 4D SDN SILVER 38,351 MIL ,844-467-9558 Dlr 2013 HYUNDAI ELANTRA $12,950 GT, BLACK, 15K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 TUCSON GLS $14,466 4Dr SP UTIL 43,583 MI844-467-9558 Dlr 2013 SANTA SPORT $16,900, 41,000 MILES 844-467-9795 DLR 2013 HYUNDAI SANTA-FE $18,990 SILVER, 60K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 SONATA Lim $21,222 ddr sdn, 6,271 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2016 VELOSTER TURBO $22,986 3d HTCHBCK WHITE 3,501 MIL844-467-9558 Dlr 7165 INFINITI 2006 INFINITI G35 $10,990 BLACK, 68K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2005 INFINITI G35 $11,990 BLUE, 57K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2013 G37-X $22,894 2D COUPE 21,958 mi , 844-467-9558 Dlr 7175 JAGUAR 2002 X-TYPE 2.5 $1,895 leather black v6 142,403 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2004 JAGUAR X-TYPE $7,990 SILVER, 38K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 7160 HONDA 2011 HONDA CR-V $13,950 LX, GRAY, 49K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2010 HONDA CR-V $13,977 LX, BLACK, 48K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 HONDA CIVIC $14,397 LX, RED, CERT, 18K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2011 HONDA ACCORD $14,488 GRAY, 39K MI 855-242-9258 DLR 2014 HONDA CIVIC $14,497 LX, BLUE 41K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 HONDA CIVIC $14,897 LX, WHITE, CERT, 13K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2008 HONDA CR-V $14,897 EX-L, GREEN, 33K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2011 HONDA CR-V $14,950 EX, BROWN, 52K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2011 HONDA CR-V $14,950 EX, BLACK, 46K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2015 CIVIC LX $15,685 4Dr sdn, blk, 8,240 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2013 HONDA ACCORD $15,990 BLCAK, 86K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2013 ODYSSEY EX-L $17,912 4D PASS VAN 95,830 mi ,,844-467-9558 Dlr 2013 ODYSSEY LX $17,989 4D PASS VAN 42,718 mi, 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 ACCORD SPORT $17,999 4DR SDN WHITE, 33,794 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 CR-V LX $18,225 4D Sp Util, 26,607 mil 844-467-9558 DLR 2013 CR-V EX-L $18,254 4D Sp Util,55,509 mil 844-467-9558 DLR 2015 CR-V LX $18,471 4d Sp Util Copper 29,753 MI 844-467-9558 DLR 2015 ACCORD SPORT$18,496 4Dr sdn 29,708 844-467-9558 Dlr 2016 CIVIC LX $18,751 4Dr Sdn W/honda Sensing, Blue $5,567 mil 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 ACCORD EX-L $18,989 4D SDN BEIGE 30,084 mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2014 CR-V EX-L $19,247 4D SP UTIL Gray 40,115 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 ACCORD LX $19,982 4D SDN BLACK 12,763 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 2014 CR-V EX-L $19,998 4D SP UTIL Red Prl 24,399 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2014 CR-V EX-L $20,388 4d Sp Util BRONZE 25,513 MI 844-467-9558 DLR 2015 ACCORD EX-L $20,436 W/ NAV 4DR SDN 33,449 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2014 ACCORD EX-L $20,599 4D SDN 25,726 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2014 CR-V EX-L $20,749 4D SP UTIL SILVER 35,780 mi ,,844-467-9558 Dlr 2014 CR-V EX-L $20,749 4D SP UTIL SILVER 35,780 mi ,,844-467-9558 Dlr 2016 HR-v LX $20,914 4D SP UTIL Misty Green 2,674 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2014 CROSSTOUR EX-L $21,769 4DR SP UTIL 26,211 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2012 HONDA CROSSTOUR $21,990 GREY, 27K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 ACCORD EX-L $22,346 2D CPE 33,917 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 2014 CR-V EX-L $22,364 4D Sp Util Red 17,225 mil 844-467-9558 DLR 2014 PILOT LX $22,763 4DRSP UTIL , 31,292 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 HONDA CR-V $24,990 GRAY, 21K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 PILOT EX-L $26,636 4DRSP UTIL , 38,906 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 7145 ACURA 2007 ACURA TL $9,877 SILVER, 129K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 ACURA ILX $14,900, 59,000 MILES 844-467-9795 DLR 2009 ACURA TL $14,950 TECH, 54K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 ACURA TL $14,990 SILVER, 62K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2011 ACURA MDX $19,990 SILVER, 89K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 RDX TECHNOLOGY $27,481 SP UTIL 39,815 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2012 MDX $29,990 4Dr All-wheel dr White 60,064 Mil 844-468-0509 DLR 7147 AUDI 2013 Q5 $23,900, 93,000 MILES 844-467-9795 DLR 7148 BMW 2005 BMW X5 $200 4Dr All-wheel dr White 110,191 Mil 844-468-0509 DLR 2011 BMW 328I $14,950 BLACK, 58K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2011 BMW 328ICP $16,911 SILVER, 56K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 2005 CIVIC VP SDN AT $4,550 128,730 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2009 CIVIC LX-s $5,941 4Dr sdn,gray, 132,645 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2007 CR-V EX $6,896 4D SP UTIL Blue 161,033 mil 844-467-9558 Dlr 2009 CIVIC HYBRID 4Dr SEDAN blue $75,229 mi 844-468-0509 dlr 2007 ODYSSEY EX-L $7,900 w/ dvd & navigation 137,878 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2007 ACCORD EX 2.4 $8,863 4Dr sdn 84,412 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2007 CIVIC Si $9,436 2dr cpe, 68,022 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2012 CIVIC LS $9,650 Sedan 5-Speed AT 57,842 mil 855-605-9402 Dlr 2012 HONDA CIVIC $9,777 LX, 109K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2011 HONDA CR-Z $9,877 EX, RED, 61K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2008 HONDA ACCORD $9,977 EX-L, BEIGE, 95K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 HONDA ACCORD $11,444 EX-L, SILVER, 60K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 CIVIC EX $11,876 2Dr CPE BLUE, 44,498 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2011 HONDA CR-Z $11,877 EX, BLACK, 22K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2012 HONDA FIT $11,887 BLACK, 36K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2007 HONDA CR-V $12,877 EX-L, SILVER 67K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 HONDA ACCORD LX $12,900, 73,000 MIL 844-467-9795 DLR 2012 HONDA CIVIC $12,977 LX, SILVER, 38K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2011 CR-V LX $13,319 4DR SP UTIL 61,733 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 2013 HONDA FIT $13,677 SPORT, BLACK, 31K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2010 ELEMENT EX $13,869 4Dr SP UTIL 96,520 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 CIVIC LX $13,907 4Dr sdn, blk, 38,701 MIL 844-467-9558 Dlr

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Tarpon arent the only fish you can target in the big pass. In fact, there is a huge number of options for fishermen here.Boca Grande Pass: Not just tarpon Tournament Bassin’ • GREG BARTZ Deep thoughts ...............................................................................................Page 8 Angling 201 • CAPT. BILLY BARTON Ready to cool down? ......................................................................................Page 9 Around Charlotte Harbor • CAPT. RALPH ALLEN The sea is so great, and my boat is so small .................................................Page 13 The Kayak Man • ‘GATOR’ DAVE HARPER Kayaks vs boats ...........................................................................................Page 14 Boating Safety • MARK & LEIGH ANN LONG Paddling safety ............................................................................................Page 15 Peace River Wildlife Center • ROBIN JENKINS, DVM Not quite a rat ..............................................................................................Page 16 A Life on the Water • CAPT. VAN HUBBARD Macks peaking right now .............................................................................Page 17 SLACK TIDES ...........................................................................................Page 24 Angling 101 ROBERT LUGIEWICZ Page 10 BULLETIN BOARD | Page 3 „€„€„€„€„ TIDE CHARTS | Page 4 „€„€„€„€„ MAP OF LOCAL WATERS | Page 5 „€„€„€„€„ FISH FINDER | Page 6 „€„€„€„€„ FISHING REGULATIONS | Page 7 SEAFOOD RECIPES | Pages 9,18,22 „€„€„€„€„ FISH PROFILES | Pages 15,18 „€„€„€„€„ READER PHOTOS | Pages 18-21 „€„€„€„€„ BOATING CLASSES | Page 22 „€„€„€„€„ SOLUNAR TABLES | Page 22 REGULAR FEATURES LETTERS TO THE EDITOR JOSH: A nice wakeup this morning as I pulled out my WaterLine, and there were our sh on the cover and our friends in the centerfold. Happy to report we had a neighborhood sh fry, getting reacquainted with a few neighbors on our street and feeding a shut-in. Gwyn and Don Thompson were tickled to see their pic in the paper after their rst day shing in our waters. „ Betty Madison BETTY: So what youre saying is that you can use shing as a way to build a sense of community with those around you? Now theres an idea more people should try. „ Josh Olive, WaterLine Publisher JOSH: Just picked up my new WaterLine and noticed Billy Carls column. I must say I agree with the article, many good points were made. I was struck by the photo he chose given the subject. The fact that the weapon is not being carried in a secure holster is alarming! The fact that it is being carried in the small of the back with no holster is double alarming! This should never be done. Any weapon you carry needs to be in a secure holster at all times, and yes, you should practice drawing from your chosen holster position regularly. BTW, thanks for a great weekly publication! „ Dan Mattingly DAN: As with most of the problems in WaterLine, you can blame me for this one. I choose almost all the photos that accompany our writers columns. Obviously you are correct; stung a gun down your pants is not an acceptable way to carry. Billy knows better, I know better, and Ill try to select photos that dont show bad habits from now on. „ Josh Olive, WaterLine Publisher JOSH: Last week my buddy and I were shing at the mouth of Trout Creek. We saw what looked like a white trash bag being blown into the creek a high speed. It was about 50 yards away. It was a white n about 12 inches high. There was no tail n (like a shark). It submerged and surfaced often. It went into the creek and disappeared around the bend. After about 10 minutes, it reappeared with a second, smaller creature. They chased mullet out of the creek into the Harbor. They did not roll or surface like dolphins. I looked for sh for sh with white dorsal ns; the only one I found was a white shark. What was it? „ Ed Kosinski ED: Gotta be dolphins. When theyre actively and seriously hunting theyre not likely to roll, and even surfacing for breaths is done quickly with only the tip of the melon exposed. „ Josh Olive, WaterLine PublisherIf you have a comment or question for WaterLine, email it to Editor@WaterLineWeekly.com.Letters are welcome on any outdoor-related subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters may be edited for length as well as grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. Slanderous or libelous material will not be published. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse. The opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. WaterLine and Sun Coast Media Group take no responsibility for the content of these letters. Shutterstock.com photoWatch out, shies! That articial reef is trying to kill you.Most “shermen are “rmly in favor of arti“cial reefs. Its not hard to see why: Finding good bottom “shing spots is not the simplest task, and so new ones that are easy to locate are always welcome. Another reason we like arti“cial reefs is because they increase the number of reef “sh that are available to us. By making more habitat available, we boost the overall populations of “sh in the Gulf. The more reefs we put down, the more “sh there are to catch, right? Turns out that not everyone agrees with that assessment. In fact, theres a bit of a divide among “sheries biologists about whether these structures are a boon for reef-dwelling species or just a way for us to concentrate them and catch them even faster. After thinking very hard about the situation for about seven seconds, I realized that both factions are right. Its self-evident that by adding to the available habitat, we are increasing the overall numbers of reef animals. Everything from sponges to lobsters to grouper relies on being able to “nd some patch of structure to call home. If they dont succeed in “nding such a place, they How can an artificial reef be a problem? FROM THE PUBLISHER’S DESK • JOSH OLIVE REEF | 21 BoatingAnd Fishing.com Facebook.com/ WaterLineMagazine23170 Harborview Road Port Charlotte, FL 33980CUSTOMER SERVICE & SUBSCRIPTIONS941-206-1300PUBLISHERJOSH OLIVE941-276-9657Publisher@WaterLineWeekly.comMARKETINGAdvertising Director Leslee Peth 941-205-6400LPeth@sun-herald.comAdvertising Manager Mike Ruiz 941-205-6402MRuiz@sun-herald.comAdvertising Sales Laura Speer 941-205-6405Sales@WaterLineWeekly.comBoaters’ Bargains 941-429-3110CONTRIBUTORSCapt. Ralph Allen Abbie Banks Greg Bartz Capt. Billy Barton Billy Carl Gator Dave Harper Capt. Van Hubbard Robin Jenkins, DVM Mark & Leigh Ann Long Robert Lugiewicz Capt. Mike Myers Betty Staugler Capt. Cayle WillsProduced & printed by Sun Coast Media GroupSome of WaterLines subject matter consists of the writers opinions. We do our best to be accurate in matters of fact in this publication, but matters of opinion are left to each individual author. ON THE COVERPhoto providedJersey girl Aurelia caught and released this 35-inch snook on a gold spoon while shing with Capt. Mike Myers of Reelshark Charters. WEEKLY MAGAZINE

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€ Page 3 € November 10, 2016 OUTDOOR NEWS BULLETIN BOARDGOT AN EVENT COMING UP?Wed be happy to let people know. Email your event info to Editor@ WaterLineWeekly.com at least two weeks before the event.FISHING CLUB MEETSThe Englewood Fishing Club will hold its monthly meeting 6:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Lemon Bay Park Environmental Center (570 Bay Park Blvd., Englewood). This months speaker will be Capt. Tadd VanDemark of A Tadd More Charters. Admission is free and open to the public. For more info, visit EnglewoodFishingClub.net.PADDLE PUNTA GORDATEAM Punta Gorda is pleased to announce an exciting new event: Paddle Punta Gorda, scheduled for Nov. 12. A $25 registration fee includes one of ve naturalist-accompanied trail tours, trail maps and directions plus lunch. All registrations received by Oct. 26 will get a free event T-shirt. After their tour, everyone returns for the after-paddle party with lunch, live music and free beer. Entries are limited to 100 kayakers (20 kayakers per trail). Five dierent trails are available on a rstcome, rst-served basis: Webb Lake, Alligator Creek, Shell Creek, Ponce De Leon Park and Peace River. Trail choices are assigned in the order registration forms are received. Registration will close Nov. 2. This is a bring-your-own-kayak event for adults 18 and older. Approved personal otation devices (PFDs) are required to be worn, and participants will be required to sign an American Canoe Association waiver. The registration form can be found online at https://goo.gl/hL4s8q. For more info, call 941-6378326 or email Team@TeamPuntaGorda.org.AUDUBON FIELD TRIPJoin the Peace River Audubon Society at 7 a.m. Nov. 12 for a eld trip to Paynes Creek Historic State Park in Bowling Green (site #117 of the West Section of Great Florida Birding Trail). The park has several nature trails that go through a variety of habitats. One trail follows Paynes Creek through bottomland forest to where the creek ows into the Peace River. Other trails go through xeric hammocks. The park is known for migratory songbirds and winter feeding guilds of warblers, titmice and other species. The creek can be crossed on a suspension bridge called the catwalkŽ. From the creek and river banks various water birds can be observed and otters are frequently seen as well. Bring binoculars, closed toed shoes, water, sun protection, insect repellent and a bag lunch. Please note there is a fee to enter state parks ($3 per car). Those wanting to carpool will meet at the new north carpool location in the Kings Highway Walmart parking lot near Culvers, 385 Kings Hwy. For more info, call Shannon McGinnis at 941-629-9116. EXPLORE WILDFLOWER PRESERVEJoin our knowledgeable guides from 9 to 11 a.m. Nov. 13, Dec. 11, Dec. 31, Jan. 14, Feb. 5, March 5 or March 18 for a free walk around the preserve. Youll get a rsthand look at the major habitat restoration project currently underway at Lemon Bay Conservancys Wildower Preserve (3120 Gasparilla Pines Blvd., Englewood) and observe some of the many plants and animals within the preserve. Call 941-830-8922 for more info.TOUR THE FAKAHATCHEEThe Friends of Fakahatchee have announced their fall 2016 schedule of ve adventures to introduce visitors to Floridas largest state park, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve (137 Coast Line Drive, Copeland). A two-hour moonlit tram tour of the Fakahatchee will start at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 14 and Dec. 14. Tickets: $40. These tours sell out rapidly. Daytime naturalist-led Ghostrider tram tours are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Nov. 15, 22 & 29 and Dec. 6, 13 & 20. Tickets: $25. The tours are named for the famous ghost orchid found in the park. Original Fakahatchee swamp walks will be held at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 19 and Dec. 3 & 10. Tickets: $80 adults; $60 teens. On these ve-hour adventures, naturalists lead participants deep into the swamp through knee-high water. Combination tram tours and swamp walks will begin at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 17 and Dec. 1, 8 & 15. Tickets: $60. This popular four-hour tour pairs a one-hour swamp walk with a guided tram tour. Big Cypress Bend Boardwalk tours will be oered at 9 a.m. every Wednesday starting Nov. 16. Tickets: $20. High-tech headsets allow participants to hear the naturalist without disturbing the tranquility of this national natural landmark site. For directions, complete details and required reservations for all Fakahatchee adventures, visit OrchidSwamp.org and click on Tours and Events.ŽBEACH AND BARRIER ISLAND ECOLOGYJoin a guide from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Nov. 15, Nov. 29, Dec. 13, Dec. 27, Jan. 3, Jan. 17, Jan. 31, Feb. 14, Feb. 28, March 14, March 28 or April 11 for a 2.5-mile beach walk. Hike from the Stump Pass State Park parking area (900 Gulf Boulevard, Englewood) to the FISHIN FRANKS FISHIN CLUB: Learn all about shing Charlotte Harbor. Meetings are held the second Tuesday and Wednesday of each month at Luigis Italian Restaurant (3883 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte). Call 941-625-3888 for more info. WHATS THAT BIRD?: Volunteer bird interpreters share their expertise on ID and behavior of raptors, shorebirds, waterfowl and other avian visitors at Myakka River State Park (13208 S.R. 72, Sarasota). Volunteers set up scopes and help people identify birds from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every day of the week. BOTTOM TIME DIVE CLUB: This Punta Gorda-based SCUBA club meets on the third Tuesday of each month. Call 941-7404245 or visit BottomTimeDiveClub.net. NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY MEETINGS: The Mangrove Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society meets from 7 to 9 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month (Oct-May) at Lemon Bay Park (570 Bay Park Blvd., Englewood). Call 941-769-3633. The Coccoloba Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society meets from 7 to 9 p.m. the second Thursday of each month at the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium (3450 Ortiz Ave., Fort Myers). Call 239-275-3435. Meetings are free and the public is welcome. PEACE RIVER PADDLING: Join a weekly guided kayaking trip on the Peace River. Free if you bring your own kayak, or rent equipment for $20 per person. Paddle with an experienced guide and explore remote areas of the Peace River. These trips are intended to be easy paddling for everyone to have fun, meet people with similar interests, and enjoy the outdoors. We paddle from 9 to 11 a.m. each Tuesday if weather permits. Meet at Nav-A-Gator 30 minutes prior to departure. Sign up by calling Steve Burroughs 813-857-4634. Trips are sponsored by KayakEcoTours.com. VOLUNTEER AT SHAMROCK PARK: Shamrock Park Nature Center (3900 Shamrock Drive, Venice) holds its monthly volunteer work mornings from 8 to 10 a.m. on the third Friday of each month. For more info, call Jennifer Rogers at 941-861-5000 or email her at jrogers@scgov.net. GUIDED HIKE AT ALLIGATOR CREEK PRESERVE: This CHEC preserve is located where freshwat er and salt water habitats meet along the edge of Charlotte Harbor. Free guided walks on the nature trails are oered each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a.m. Call 941-575-5435 for more info. SARASOTA FITNESS WALKS: Join Sarasota County Parks sta from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. each Friday for a tness walk through Rothenbach Park (8650 Bee Ridge Road, Sarasota). The pace will be geared toward tness, aiming for a 20-minute-mile pace. The walk will cover approximately three miles in one hour of brisk walking. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife, but keep up the pace. Wear good walking shoes and take your water bottle. Call 941-861-5000 for more info. CHARLOTTE HARBOR MULTIHULL ASSOCIATION: Members of this club for multihull owners, sailors or those who are interested in the exchange of ideas about equipping and sailing boats, share information about anchorages and cruising destinations, hold informal races and have local raft-ups. No dues. The club meets at the Panda Inn (3092 N. Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte) on the rst Monday of each month at 6 p.m. For more information, call 941-876-6667. HANG OUT WITH SCRUB JAYS: Spend the morning with the scrub jays at Oscar Scherer State Park (1843 S. Tamiami Trail, Osprey) from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday. This unique Central Florida experience includes a nature walk to see the parks diverse ecosystems, native ora and fauna. Call 941-483-5956 for more info. COASTAL VENTURES CRUISE CLUB: This club, designed for personal boat cruising, meets on the third Tuesday of the month at the Waterfrontoo Restaurant (2205 N. Tamiami Trail, Nokomis). Join them for dinner at 6 p.m. and/or the 7:30 p.m. meeting where theyll discuss upcoming cruises and activities. Enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded water rats. If interested, attend a meeting or call 941-493-0070 for more info. SIERRA CLUB MEETINGS: All general meetings of the Greater Charlotte Harbor Sierra Club are canceled for the summer. Our next general meeting open to the public will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Building (1532 Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte). Call 941-423-2713 for more information. BIRD WALK: Search for Florida scrub jays, eastern towhees, brown thrashers, and other pine atwoods species with the Venice Area Audubon Society every Thursday (starting Oct. 6) at Oscar Scherer State Park (1843 S. Tamiami Trail, Osprey). Meet at 8:30 a.m. at Nature Center. Two miles walking on sand trails. For more info, call Joyce Leary at 508-737-8954. FISHING CLUB MEETINGS: The Gulf Cove Fishing Club meets on the second Monday of the month from October through May at the Hope Lutheran Church in Gulf Cove (14200 Hopewell Ave., Port Charlotte) at 7 p.m. At each meeting, a speaker will talk on a timely topic. In addition to the meetings, the club holds a monthly shing tournament and a monthly picnic. For more info, call 941-698-8607. ONGOING EVENTS Do you have an event for the Outdoor News Bulletin Board? Send your event information to Editor@ WaterLineWeekly.com. Deadline is two weeks before you want it to print!BULLETIN BOARD | 23 adno=712794 Boat Sales Open 7 Days A Week All Locations! PONTOON BOATS Repower Specialists Repower Specialists Call KG 7 Days a Week Call KG 7 Days a Week 941-628-5000 941-628-5000 O v e r 5 0 M o t o r s I n S t o c k www.IngmanMarine.com Fully-staffed Gel Coat and Fiberglass Repair, Restoration, and Fabrication Department. Specializing in Minor, Structural and Accident Repairs. 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€ Page 4 € November 10, 2016 TIDE CHARTS Saturday Low Tide 4:39 0.1 High Tide 10:53 1.5 Low Tide 16:09 0.9 High Tide 21:57 2.1 Sunday Low Tide 5:25 -0.2 High Tide 11:58 1.5 Low Tide 16:40 1.0 High Tide 22:30 2.3 Monday Low Tide 6:12 -0.3 High Tide 13:01 1.4 Low Tide 17:05 1.2 High Tide 23:05 2.4 Tuesday Low Tide 6:59 -0.4 High Tide 14:04 1.4 Low Tide 17:27 1.2 High Tide 23:44 2.4 Wednesday Low Tide 7:48 -0.5 High Tide 15:13 1.3 Low Tide 17:46 1.3 Thursday High Tide 0:27 2.4 Low Tide 8:38 -0.4 High Tide 16:37 1.3 Low Tide 18:00 1.3 Friday High Tide 1:13 2.3 Low Tide 9:32 -0.3 Thursday Low Tide 5:49 0.7 High Tide 11:21 1.5 Low Tide 18:00 0.5 High Tide 23:57 1.7 Friday Low Tide 6:43 0.4 High Tide 12:37 1.5 Low Tide 18:43 0.6 Saturday High Tide 0:28 1.9 Low Tide 7:33 0.1 High Tide 13:43 1.5 Low Tide 19:21 0.8 Sunday High Tide 1:00 2.0 Low Tide 8:21 -0.2 High Tide 14:44 1.5 Low Tide 19:56 0.9 Monday High Tide 1:33 2.1 Low Tide 9:09 -0.3 High Tide 15:45 1.4 Low Tide 20:29 1.0 Tuesday High Tide 2:10 2.2 Low Tide 9:58 -0.4 High Tide 16:47 1.4 Low Tide 21:01 1.1 Wednesday High Tide 2:50 2.3 Low Tide 10:49 -0.4 High Tide 17:53 1.3 Low Tide 21:35 1.1 Thursday Low Tide 5:23 0.5 High Tide 8:49 1.3 Low Tide 17:34 0.4 High Tide 21:23 1.4 Friday Low Tide 6:19 0.3 High Tide 10:04 1.3 Low Tide 18:17 0.5 High Tide 21:52 1.5 Saturday Low Tide 7:10 0.1 High Tide 11:08 1.3 Low Tide 18:55 0.6 High Tide 22:22 1.7 Sunday Low Tide 7:59 -0.1 High Tide 12:08 1.3 Low Tide 19:30 0.7 High Tide 22:54 1.8 Monday Low Tide 8:47 -0.3 High Tide 13:07 1.2 Low Tide 20:04 0.8 High Tide 23:29 1.8 Tuesday 2 Low Tide 9:36 -0.4 High Tide 14:09 1.2 Low Tide 20:38 0.9 Wednesday High Tide 0:07 1.9 Low Tide 10:26 -0.4 High Tide 15:13 1.1 Low Tide 21:14 0.9 Thursday Low Tide 5:52 0.7 High Tide 10:59 1.5 Low Tide 18:03 0.5 High Tide 23:33 1.7 Friday Low Tide 6:48 0.4 High Tide 12:14 1.5 Low Tide 18:46 0.6 Saturday High Tide 0:02 1.8 Low Tide 7:39 0.1 High Tide 13:18 1.5 Low Tide 19:24 0.7 Sunday High Tide 0:32 2.0 Low Tide 8:28 -0.2 High Tide 14:18 1.5 Low Tide 19:59 0.9 Monday High Tide 1:04 2.1 Low Tide 9:16 -0.3 High Tide 15:17 1.4 Low Tide 20:33 1.0 Tuesday High Tide 1:39 2.2 Low Tide 10:05 -0.4 High Tide 16:19 1.4 Low Tide 21:07 1.0 Wednesday High Tide 2:17 2.2 Low Tide 10:55 -0.4 High Tide 17:23 1.3 Low Tide 21:43 1.1 VENICE INLET PUNTA GORDA PLACIDA MATLACHA PASS

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€ Page 5 € November 10, 2016 -0.5 0 0.5 1 2 5 NAUTICAL MILESN MYAKKA RIVER Sanibel Island Blind Pass Captiva Island N. Captiva Island Little Pine Island Pine Island Creek Matlacha Pass Cayo Costa Useppa Island Cabbage Key Captiva Pass Cape Haze Point Turtle Bay Bull Bay Devil“sh Key Cayo Pelau Sand”y Key Pirate Harbor Buzzard Bay Whidden Creek Cat“sh Creek Little Gasparilla Island Alligator Creek Smokehouse Bay Coral Creek Stump Pass THE WEST WALLTHE EAST WALL Venice Inlet Knight Island Don Pedro Island Buck Creek Oyster Creek Gottfried Creek Manasota Key Forked Creek Hog Island Myakka Cuto Tippecanoe Bay Icehouse Flats Whorehouse Point Grassy Point US 41 bridges Lyons Bay Dona Bay Roberts Bay Alligator Creek A BASIC GUIDE TO THE WATERS OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA This map is not intended for navigational purposes. Refer to a nautical chart for navigation information. & Two Pines PEACE RIVER BROUGHT TO YOU BY Cattle Dock Point Alligator Bay Caspersen Beach Manasota Beach Englewood Beach Jug Creek Shoal Burnt Store PUBLIC BOAT RAMPSSARASOTA COUNTY € Blackburn Pt Boat Launch € 800 Blackburn Pt Rd, Osprey € Dallas White Park € 5900 Greenwood Ave, North Port € Higel Park € 1330 Tarpon Center Dr,Venice € Indian Mound Park € 210 Winson Ave, Englewood € Loreto Bay Access € 800 Loreto Court, Nokomis € Manasota Beach Park € 8570 Manasota Key Rd € Marine Boat Ramp Park € 301 E. Venice Ave, Venice € Marina Park € 7030 Chancellor Blvd, North Port € Nokomis Beach Park € 901 Casey Key Rd € Snook Park € 5000 E. Venice Ave, VeniceDESOTO COUNTY€ Brownville Park € 1885 NE Brownville St € Deep Creek Park € 9695 SW Peace River St € Desoto Park € 2195 NW American Legion Dr € Liverpool Park € 9211 Liverpool Rd € Nocatee € 3701 SW County Road 760 € Lettuce Lake € 8801 SW Reese StCHARLOTTE COUNTY€ Ainger Creek Park € 2011 Placida Rd, Englewood € Butterford WaterwayPark € 13555 Marathon Blvd, Port Charlotte € Darst Park € 537 Darst Ave, Punta Gorda € El Jobean Boat Ramp € 4224 El Jobean Rd, Port Charlotte € Harbour Heights Park € 27420 Voyageur Dr, Punta Gorda € Hathaway Park € 35461 Washington Loop, Punta Gorda € Placida Park € 6499 Gasparilla Rd, Placida € Port Charlotte Beach € 4500 Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte € South Gulf Cove Park € 10150 Amicola St, Port Charlotte € Spring Lake Park € 3520 Lakeview Blvd, Port Charlotte Rock Creek (Ainger Creek) Tarpon Point Part Island Captiva Shoal Indian Field Regla Island Patricio Island Venice Beach Cape Haze Marina „ ICW #8 BOCA GRANDE PASS Venice Harbor Punta Gorda Punta Gorda Isles El Jobean Englewood Grove City Gulf Cove Placida Boca Grande Bokeelia Cape Coral St. James City

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€ Page 6 € November 10, 2016 LOCAL FISHING REPORTS FROM VENICE TO PINE ISLAND INSHORE & FRESHWATER GULF & OFFSHORE BEST BETTrout have been biting in 4 to 5 feet of water around Placida, with lots of good 17to 20-inch sh caught. There are lots of snook around, but the ones you can see are less likely to bite. A handful of ounder have been caught from the surf and the ICW. Pompano have been around and might be on the beach or around the ICW bridges. If the wind is calm enough, there are loads of snapper and red grouper out at 70 feet. Spanish mackerel and little tunny have been reported just o the beaches, shable from the Venice jetties. Some good sheepshead have been reported this week, with catches at the jetties and Tom Adams Bridge; shrimp are working well. A lot more sheepshead have been caught this week, both on shrimp and ddler crabs. The backcountry and ICW pilings are loading up. Snook have been hitting root beer soft plastics around El Jobean. Tripletail reports have been coming from the upper Harbor. Stump Pass has been producing good whiting and the occasional pompano . Baitsh are schooled up 2 to 4 miles o the beach and ladysh and jacks are attacking them. Kingsh have started showing up and will take slow-trolled baits o the beach. Red grouper and snapper are o Boca Grande Pass in about 45 feet, along with good numbers of porgies . Cooler water has the snook and redsh hungry in Lemon Bay and Gasparilla Sound. Shrimp and topwaters are catching sh. The bass action has picked up just great, with a ton of nice sh this week landed on live shiners. Crappie have just started to heat up on live minnows. Look for redsh around oysters, sandbars and under docks. Fish handpicked shrimp, pinsh or a gold weedless spoon. Focus on structure, current and bait to nd snook . Tons of little tarpon are in the canals, and some bigger sh hanging around El Jobean at night. Try a live pinsh under a oat. If you can get out, there are kings , Spanish and barracuda around 10 to 20 miles and snapper , grunts and porgies around the nearshore reefs. Early morning shing on a grass at with shrimp and a popping cork will get you some nice trout , with pompano, redsh and snook as possible bonuses. FISHING TIP OF THE WEEK: Fall is bringing a welcome drop in temperatures to Southwest Florida, but the fronts that knock down that summer heat also bring northeast winds that sometimes blow for days on end. This has two major effects: First, the water is rougher than most of us like and often makes for an uncomfortable boat ride. Second, the tides will be lower than forecast in Charlotte Harbor because of the shape of this body of water. Theres a good solution to both problems „ fish the canals. Saltwater canals in Port Charlotte, North Port, Punta Gorda and Cape Coral offer m ore consistent water depth so youll have less worry of getting grounded. Seawalls, vegetation and houses serve as windblocks (if you pick the right spot, at least). The timing is good, because canal fishing is starting to pick up. Snook are showing up around docks and boat lifts, flounder are becoming more abun dant, schools of jacks are common in many canals, and juvenile tarpon are frequently encountered. For the best action, stay within a mile or so of the can al mouths. Remember, youre often fishing in peoples backyards. You have a right to fish their docks, but not to damage or trash their property, so be cou rteous. F ISH F INDER CAPT. ROGERFINE BAIT & TACKLE North Port 941-240-5981 JIMFISHERMAN’S EDGE Grove City 941-697-7595 MALCOLMCOOKS SPORTLAND Venice 941-493-7201Small trout are abundant, but keepers have been fairly scarce. Stories of monster sh taking baits and spooling reels have been coming in this week. Snook ? Cobia ? Possible. Redsh schools are breaking up a bit, and sh are in small groups near the shorelines and under the mangroves if theres enough water. Good reports of big largemouths (5 pounds plus) have been coming in from our local canals and ponds; jointed lipped plugs are hot. Kingsh have been moving o the beaches (within a half-mile sometimes) wherever theres bait. Grouper are moving closer to shore and some good ones have been caught in Boca Grande Pass. You might even nd some on the reefs inside the Harbor. Jacks and ladysh arent high on many peoples lists, but theyre loads of fun and readily available up and down the Harbor and around the bridges. Spoons or jigs are all you need. Look for small schools of redsh in Bull and Turtle bays under the mangroves on high tide and in the sandholes at low water. Trout are moving to their winter areas, but youll have to move around to nd legal sh. Pompano are in the boat channels. Sheepshead are showing up on the ats and in the canals. Cobia are scattered throughout the Harbor. Whiting have been biting at the bridges and piers. A few big tarpon have been caught at Alligator Creek Reef. The winds are keeping most boats in; however, those who got out found king and Spanish mackerel near shore, cobia and tripletail on the crab pot buoys, and abundant snapper and red grouper on hard bottom. The negative tides have snook gathered in troughs and outside the bars. Fish topwaters early and late, or throw a 4or 5-inch soft jerkbait in the molting or white colors. The redsh bite is still good, with the best reports coming from the west wall bushes and bar. Fish are more scattered on the east side. Anywhere you nd reds, youll nd smaller snook . Some better ones are turning up at El Jobean. Trout are popping up all over. Most are short, but you can nd keepers on the deeper ats of Pine Island Sound and Lemon Bay. Baby tarpon are thick in the PGI and Port Charlotte canals; throw tiny Storm swimbaits and sh deep. Some shermen have been out despite the wind. Kingsh are out 3 to 18 miles. Good chunky red grouper are from 18 to 35 miles, with some 30-inchers caught this week. The snapper bite is OK, but its tough to catch them because its too rough to anchor and chum. The passes are producing a great mixed bag of pompano , ounder , bull redsh , jumbo whiting and even a few sheepshead „ and you wont need a boat. If you can nd mangroves with water under them, snook should be there. If the tides too low, check the troughs. Pinsh or topwater plugs work either way. Redsh action around St. James City has been pretty slow, though. Drag shrimp or small soft plastics across sand near dropos for some nice ounder . A few smaller sharks are cruising the ats hunting mullet. Puers (aka sea squab) are showing up in pretty large numbers. For those who have been able to get out, the bites been good. Bucktails and large pinsh are catching retruck red grouper in 90 feet. Grunts and porgies have also been abundant and will take squid eagerly. Kingsh and Spanish mackerel have been attacking spoons from 3 to 15 miles. Watch for tripletail and cobia on oating debris. The trout bite is on out on the ats, pretty much anywhere theres 4 feet of water over grass. The new Yo-Zuri Pencil is a perfect topwater, or try a Spook Jr. Soft plastics are also catching sh. ROBERTFISHIN’ FRANK’S Charlotte Harbor 941-625-3888 JEFFCAPT. TED’S TACKLE Port Charlotte 941-627-6800 CHUCKLAISHLEY MARINE Punta Gorda 941-639-3949 JESSEOLD PINE ISLAND MARINE St. James City 239-283-2548

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€ Page 7 € November 10, 2016 State and federal regulations for Southwest Florida waters as of Sept. 12, 2016. All bag limits are per harvester per day. Other limits may apply. For full rules, visit MyFWC.com/shing and GulfCouncil.org/shing_regulations. LICENSES Resident saltwater or freshwater: Annual $17, 5-year $79. If you sh from shore in salt water only, a license is required but is free. A combo license for both fres hwater and saltwater shing is $32.50 annually. Resident senior: If you are a Florida resident age 65 or older, your drivers license or ID card replaces your shing license. Gulf reef survey (note 14) and tarpon tags still required. Nonresident saltwater or fres hwater: 3 days $17, 7 days $30, annual $47. Free shore shing license not available for nonresidents. Annual permits (required only when a license is required): Snook $10, lobster $5SALTWATER FISH Almaco Jack Bag limit 100 pounds in state waters, limit 20 in federal waters; notes: 9,11,14 Amberjack, Greater 34Ž min. size; bag limit 1; season closed until Jan. 1, 2017 in state and federal waters ; notes: 1,3,4,5,7,9,14 Amberjack, Lesser & Banded Ruddersh Slot 14Ž to 22Ž; aggregate bag limit 5; notes: 1,4,5,7,9,14 Barracuda Bag limit 2 per harvester up to 6 per vessel in all waters o Collier, Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Martin counties. Black Drum Slot 14Ž to 24Ž (may possess one over 24Ž); bag limit 5; notes: 5,7,8,15 Black Sea Bass 10Ž min. size; bag limit 100 pounds; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,15 Bluesh 12Ž min. size; bag limit 10; notes: 1,5,15 Blue runner State bag limit 100; notes: 15 Bonesh Harvest prohibited. Cobia 33Ž min. size; bag limit in state waters, 1 per harvester or 6 per vessel, whichever is less; bag limit 2 in federal waters; notes: 1,5 Dolphin (Mahi mahi) State bag limit 10 per harvester or 60 per vessel, whichever is less; notes: 5,15 Flounder, all species 12Ž min. size; bag limit 10; harvest by gig or spear permitted; notes: 2,5,8,15 Grouper, Black24Ž min. size; bag limit 4; notes: 2,3,4,5,7,9,10,12,14Grouper, Gag 24Ž min. size; bag limit 2; season open June 1-Dec. 31; notes: 2,3,4,5,7,9,10,14 Grouper, Goliath (Jewsh) Harvest prohibited. Legal to target for catch and release in state but not federal waters. Grouper, Red 20Ž min. size; bag limit 2; notes: 2,3,4,5,7,9,10,12,14 Grouper, Scamp 16Ž min. size; bag limit 4; notes: 2,3,4,5,9,10,12 Grouper, Snowy & Yellowedge Bag limit 4; notes: 2,3,4,5,9,10Grouper, Warsaw & Speckled HindBag limit 1 per vessel; notes: 2,3,4,5,7,9,10Grouper, Yellown & Yellowmouth20Ž min. size; bag limit 4; notes: 2,3,4,5,7,9,10,12Grouper, Coney, Graysby, Red Hind, Rock Hind & Tiger Bag limit 4; notes: 2,3,4,5,7,9,10,12 Hogsh 12Ž min. size; bag limit 5; notes: 1,4,5,7,9 Mackerel, King (kingsh) 24Ž min. size; bag limit 2 (reduced to 1 in some state waters when federal waters are closed to harvest; see MyFWC.com/shing for current regulations); notes: 1,5 Mackerel, Spanish 12Ž min. size; bag limit 15; transfer of Spanish mackerel to other vessels at sea prohibited; notes: 1,5 Mullet, Striped & Silver Bag limit, Feb. 1-Aug. 31, aggregate 50 per harvester or 100 per vessel, whichever is less; Sept. 1-Jan. 31, aggregate 50 per harvester or per vessel; bag limit also applies to bait mullet; possession of striped mullet prohibited in Punta Gorda between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. Nov. 1-Feb. 29 (see http://bit.ly/ urExej); notes: 15 Permit Slot 11Ž to 22Ž (may possess one over 22Ž; maximum of 2 over 22Ž per vessel); bag limit 2; hook and line gear only in state waters; spearing legal in federal waters; see http:// goo.gl/pU5Wug for rules in Special Permit Zone south of Cape Sable; notes: 1,5,7,15 Pompano, Florida 11Ž min. size; bag limit 6; notes: 1,5,7,15 Pompano, African 24Ž min. size; bag limit 2 per harvester or per vessel; spearing prohibited; notes: 1,5,7,15 Porgy, Red Bag limit 100 pounds; notes: 4,5,7,9,15 Redsh (Red Drum) Slot 18Ž to 27Ž; bag limit 1 per harvester or 8 per vessel, whichever is less; o-the-water transport limit 6 per person; gigging, spearing or snatching prohibited; illegal to harvest or possess in federal water; notes: 2,5,7 Sailsh 63Ž min. size from tip of lower jaw to center of fork; bag limit 1 any billsh (sailsh and marlin); HMS permit required to target or harvest in federal waters; notes: 5 Sea Trout, Spotted Slot 15Ž to 20Ž (may possess one over 20Ž); bag limit 4; notes: 2,5,7,15 Shark, all species54Ž min. size except sharpnose, black-nose, blacktip, bonnethead, netooth and smooth dogsh (only exceptions to 54Ž min. in federal waters are sharpnose and bonnethead); bag limit in state waters 1 per harvester or 2 per vessel, whichever is less; bag limit in federal waters, 1 per vessel; harvest by hook and line only; HMS permit required to target or harvest in federal waters; harvest of lemon, tiger, sandbar and hammerhead prohibited; notes: 1,5,7Sheepshead 12Ž min. size; bag limit 15; notes: 2,5,7,15 Snapper, Cubera Slot 12Ž to 30Ž (may possess 2 over 30Ž per harvester or per vessel); bag limit 10 if under 30Ž; sh over 30Ž not included in aggregate limit; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,13 Snapper, Mangrove (Gray) 10Ž min. size in state waters; 12Ž min. in federal waters; bag limit 5; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,13 Snapper, Lane 8Ž min. size; bag limit 100 pounds in state waters; not included in aggregate limit; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,11 Snapper, Mutton 16Ž min. size; bag limit 10; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,13 Snapper, Red (American) 16Ž min. size; bag limit 2; 2016 state season open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in September and October, and on Labor Day. Federal season closed; see http://bit.ly/1zTALnX for more info; notes: 2,3,4,5,7,9,13,14 Snapper, Schoolmaster 10Ž min. size; bag limit 10; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,13 Snapper, Vermilion (Beeliner)10Ž min. size; bag limit 10; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,11,14Snapper, Blackn, Dog, Queen, Mahogany, Silk & Yellowtail 12Ž min. size; limit 10 per harvester; notes: 2,4,5,7,9,13 Snook Slot 28Ž to 33Ž; bag limit 1; season closed Dec. 1-Feb. 29 & May 1-Aug. 31; $10 snook permit required to harvest when license is required; state regulations apply in federal waters; notes: 2,5,6,7,8 Tarpon Bag limit 1 per harvester per year; $51.50 tag required to harvest or possess, which is legal only in pursuit of an IGFA record; for seasonal Boca Grande Pass rules, see http://bit.ly/I6zrDj; state rules apply in federal waters; notes: 6,8 Triggersh, Gray 14Ž min. size; bag limit 2; season closed until Jan. 1, 2017 in both state and federal waters ; notes: 1,4,5,7,11,14 Tripletail 15Ž min. size; bag limit 2; may be harvested by hook and line only; notes: 2,5,7,8,15 Wahoo Bag limit 2; notes: 1,5,15 Lionsh Kill on sight. No size or bag limits. UNREGULATED SPECIES In state waters, bag limit 100 pounds or two sh, whichever is more: Blackn tuna, catsh, cero mackerel, croaker, grunts, ladysh, little tunny, jack crevalle, pinsh, porgies, rays, sand trout, silver trout, spadesh, whiting, etc. See http://bit.ly/1aLP4iF. NO-HARVEST SPECIES In addition to the species previously listed, harvest of Nassau grouper, spotted eagle rays, manta rays and sawsh is prohibited. Visit http://bit.ly/10nYDIz for full rules, including more no-harvest species. NOTES1. Measured fork length (the straight line distance from the most forward part of the head with mouth closed to the center of the tail). 2. Measured total length (the straight line distance from the most forward part of the head with the mouth closed to the farthest tip of the tail with the tail squeezed together while the sh is lying on its side). 3. Bag limit zero for captain and crew of forhire vessels on a paid trip. 4. Reef sh gear rules apply. Anglers must use inline circle hooks when using natural baits, and must possess a dehooking device. Venting tool not required. 5. Must remain in whole condition (head and tail intact) until landed ashore. Removal of gills and internal organs OK. Cannot be used as cut bait. 6. Harvest by spearshing prohibited. 7. Use of multiple or treble hooks in conjunction with natural bait prohibited. 8. Harvest by snatching prohibited. 9. Except for sand perch and dwarf sand perch, sh designated as reef sh are illegal to use as bait in federal waters. In state waters, legal-size reef sh may be used as bait but must remain in whole condition and must be counted against bag limit. 10. Included in aggregate 4 grouper bag limit. 11. Included in 20-sh reef sh aggregate bag in federal waters (also all tileshes). 12. Closed Feb. 1-March 31 in federal waters outside 20-fathom break ONLY. 13: Included in aggregate snapper bag limit of 10 sh. 14: Participation in Gulf Reef Fish Survey required to harvest. See http://bit.ly/15D6Hip 15. No bag limit in federal waters.FRESHWATER FISH*Largemouth Bass: Statewide bass bag limit 5, no minimum size limit, only one sh can be longer than 16Ž (tournaments can apply for a tournament permit, allowing participants to weigh more than one over 16Ž)Sunsh (all species excluding crappie) : Aggregate bag limit 50Crappie: Bag limit 25 Eels: Min. size 9Ž, bag limit 25 Buttery peacock bass: Max. size 17Ž, bag limit 2 (may possess one sh over 17Ž) Grass carp: Must be released immediately Other exotic shes: Keep and eat or otherwise destroy; do not use as live bait. Unregulated species: No bag or size limits on bown, pickerel, catsh and gar (see below). Prohibited species: Alligator gar. * Visit http://bit.ly/10nYJQr for full rules, including special management areas. F ISHING R ULES

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€ Page 8 € November 10, 2016 Shutterstock.com photoWhen the water cools o, bass are less locked into vegetation. Crankbaits are a great way to nd them in deeper water.I know we dont have a lot of lakes here in Florida that oer a wide range of depth. However, there are some waterways, lakes, rivers and even canals that oer bass “shermen in Florida some depth. During autumn, being able to locate the particular depth bass are looking for is key. The most popular way to “sh for Florida bass is by slinging a plastic worm. Because most of our lakes are shallow and full of cover, thats just an easy way to catch “sh. But not all bass over the course of the year will just stay glued to the bottom of a lake and feed. There are times „ and fall is one of them „ when bass will get mobile. I want to explore some baits and techniques that you can use to cover water and locate bass that are suspended o the bottom, but still in a feeding mode. When the water starts to cool down, bass wont be so locked into sitting around cover unless its sunny. They will get out and move around and feed in areas where you may not be used to “nding them in. In order to locate bass under these conditions, you need to get away from throwing soft plastics all the time. Crankbaits and suspending lures can be the best choices for “nding these “sh. One of the hottest crankbaits on the market is the Sexy Shad pattern made by Strike King. Kevin VanDam has made this bait and color pattern one of the best in the business. I have this bait in a variety of sizes. The dierent sizes allow me to “sh it dierent depths until I locate where the bass are holding. My favorite one that runs at a depth of 4 to 8 feet. Ill make a couple of real quick turns on my reel to get it down to the depth I want, and then make a slow and steady retrieve. Every so often, I stop the bait and let it ”oat up just to give it a little dierent action. This will often provoke a strike from a bass that may just be following your bait. Dont forget about the lipless crankbait either. A Rat-L-Trap is about as good as it gets, and you can use that any time in shallow or deep water. This is a great bait to cover a lot of water and locate “sh quickly. It is meant to move faster than a regular lipped crankbait, so dont try to use it if you “nd deeper water and you need to use a slow retrieve to get it down there. It wont have the action its truly designed for. As the water gets cooler, I switch up to a suspending jerkbait like the Rapala Husky Jerk. These baits have incredible action in the water and come in great colors. I have had great success with their Tennessee Shad and Hot Steel patterns. These baits will get a bass to bite even if it isnt hungry. Again, I snap the line with my rodtip real hard about three times to get the lure down to the depth I want to “sh it. The beauty of a suspending bait is that it will stay at that depth even when you are not moving it. This adds a level of realism that drives bass crazy. The retrieve that I like the best with this bait is a twitch-twitch-pause pattern. I will vary it at times just to give the bait a chance to turn when I pause the retrieve. Thats usually when Ill get my strikes. When that bait stops moving and starts to turn, that is just about as much as any bass can stand and they just have to attack it. The biggest trick with the jerkbait is to avoid “shing it too fast. Fishing it too fast makes it look like an ordinary crankbait, and these baits de“nitely do not respond properly when “shed that way. You have to let that bait sit during that pause. I cant tell you how important that pause is, and varying the length of the pause is crucial „ you need to let the bass tell you what they want to hit. Autumn can be a fun time of year for catching bass. No matter where you are “shing, make sure you give yourself every opportunity to explore the dierent depths your water has to oer. Crankbaits come in many shapes, sizes and color patterns. Dont get too carried away buying dierent colors. Find a shad pattern in a couple of dierent sizes or depth ranges, and you will be all set. Just remember the dierences between the jerkbaits and the crankbaits. You may “nd that one outproduces the other one day, but the next day it switches. When the worm bite goes away, these lures are great options once you learn how to use them. And to do that, you have to throw them, so work those crankbaits and get on some fall bass.Greg Bartz is a tournament bass sherman based in Lakeland. Greg shes lakes throughout Floridas Heartland with his wife and tournament partner, Missy. Contact him at Greg. Bartz@SummitHoldings.com. Deep thoughts TOURNAMENT BASSIN’ • GREG BARTZ www.MarinaMikes.com 19300 South US 41 Fort Myers, FL 33908 Phone: 239-267-0725 Toll Free: (800) 955-7543 adno=712801 MARINA MIKE  S Family Owned & Operated Since 1972 Open 7 Days a Wee k YAMAHA REPOWER Subject to rules and regulations. Does not apply to commercial.

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€ Page 9 € November 10, 2016 ANGLING 201 • CAPT. BILLY BARTON After a long, hot, suocating Florida summer, the fall season is like a breath of fresh air here in sunny Southwest Florida, isnt it? If you arent showing nature at least a little bit of appreciation for this beautiful weather that weve been having here locally, I feel bad for you and ƒ well, its probably time you should be! With falling temperatures and a series of cold fronts expected over the next few months, we can expect our local water temperature will be on the decline. This drop in our water temperature will change up our inshore “shing quite a bit, as will our low winter tides. Its rather important to adapt to our water changes if you want to keep successful on your “shing ventures. Adapting can be mean a number of dierent things. Where are you “shing? With lower and even negative tides, “shing along mangrove shorelines isnt going to prove as productive as it would on a good summer high tide. There just isnt enough water for the “sh to stay under the trees. Instead, they move to open water and look for deeper pockets to rest and feed. Possibly the most important factor coming to mind: Whats on your hook for bait? Charlotte Harbor is one of the largest exporters of blue crab in the nation. This is a crabbyŽ time of year on the bay (hint, hint). Also, with a lot less rain on the forecast and higher salinity in the Harbor, keep in mind that our local grass”ats will be covered with shrimp. A few years back, one of my local guide friends and mentors gave me a piece of advice that stuck with me. Watch for our water temperature to hit 70 degrees,Ž he said. When our water temperature hits the mark and stays there, put away your castnet for the winter and transition to live shrimp.Ž This is from a wise local angler, mind you. This advice was given to me during a period of time in late November. Our water temperature was in the mid to upper 60s. I was still catching sardines (greenbacks, whitebait, minnows „ whatever term you like) every morning, but they were not doing us much good. That friend of mine knew something that I didnt, and Im not ashamed to admit it. We all have to learn. Needless to say, I took his advice and Im glad I did. It was absolutely to my bene“t. This is a general rule, of course. Its not absolute, and nothing is 100 percent guaranteed out there. Thats why they call it “shing! But why do we need to switch from sardines to shrimp? Besides just matching the hatchŽ „ imitating what is here in abundance „ a reasonable explanation is that “sh, unlike us, are cold-blooded creatures. When the water temperature cools, their metabolism will slow down, and they will in turn focus on smaller and slower-moving baits. Smaller baits are easier to hunt, and easier for them to digest in the cooler water. Their desire to chase down a spunky live bait“sh wont be there like it was a month or two prior. Youll also want to keep in mind that by their nature shrimp are not fast-moving creatures. They can jump quickly when spooked, but they swim very slowly. When youre presenting a shrimp, its important to keep yourself in a low and slowŽ frame of mind „ bait on or near the bottom, moving at what feels like a snails pace. This should prove to be most eective. I cant speak for all of our local bait shops, but I can speak for one. Fishin Franks Bait and Tackle in Port Charlotte has been known to carry some of the best live bait shrimp that you can “nd here locally, especially from this time of year on into our winter months. They are a hard place to beat when it comes to great live bait and solid local knowledge. I do hope that you folks put two and two together for this month! If I can help you out on your saltwater adventures, please feel free to give me a call. Now go catch a “sh and stay safe out there! Capt. Billy Barton was raised on Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf of Mexico with a shing pole in his hands. He owns and operates Scales N Tails Fishing Charters, guiding anglers from around the world on Southwest Floridas inshore waters. Contact him at CaptainBillyBarton@gmail.com or 941-9796140 for charters or information, or visit his website, PuntaGordaFishingCharter.com. WaterLine photo by Billy BartonKyle Morgan with a beautiful east wall redsh he caught while shing with his dad and Capt. Billy. 1 pound lump crab meat 2 tbsp butter 1 tbsp flour 2 quarts half-and-half 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped celery Chopped parsley , to taste Salt and pepper , to taste 1/4 cup sherry 1/2 pint unsweetened whipped cream (optional) Melt butter in double boiler. Add flour and blend to form a white roux. Slowly add half-andhalf, stirring constantly. Add onion, parsley, celery, salt and pepper and simmer until soup thickens. Add crab meat and sherry; heat through. Serve with a dollop of whipped cream on top and crusty bread or crackers. „ Recipe adapted from All-Fish-Seafood-Recipes.comA clip-n-save seafood recipe provided by CREAM OF CRAB SOUP adno=7128031156 N. Tamiami Trail, N. Ft. Myers, FL 33903 (239) 997-5777Hours: M-F 8-6 € Sat. 8-5 € Sun. 9-3 4694 N Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL 33980(941) 766-1044Hours: M-F 8-5:30 € Sat. 8-5 € Sun. 9-3 15600 San Carlos Blvd #170, Ft. Myers, FL 33908 (239) 437-7475 Hours: M-F 8-5:30 € Sat. 8-5 € Sun. 9-3 989 S. Airport Pulling Rd., Naples, FL 34104 (239) 793-5800 Hours: M-F 8-5:30 € Sat. 8-5 € Sun. 9-3 Marine Trading Post FOUR LOCATIONS

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€ Page 10 € November 10, 2016 For anglers around the world, saying the words Boca Grande PassŽ is enough to conjure up visions of massive schools of tarpon. The silver king is what made the Pass famous, and its still by far the most soughtafter “sh in the area. But its not the only “sh you can target in the big pass. In fact, there is a huge number of options for “shermen here. Boca Grande Pass is the main inlet between Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf of Mexico. Most of the “sh traveling between these two enormous bodies of water swim through the pass at some point. That makes it a magical place „ the sort of place where you can catch both inshore and oshore species. Some of the spots that are focal points during tarpon season are less important at other times of the year. The Hill, the area on the inside of the Harbor where the water is a bit shallower, is a popular tarpon hangout. But other “sh mostly ignore it. You might “nd some mackerel or jacks there on a strong incoming tide, but by and large its a dead spot. The Light House and Coast Guard holes are a similar story. While tarpon gather in them, most other “sh prefer other spots. You might “nd a few grouper in them, but theyre tough to target because you cant safely anchor in the Pass. If you have real captaining skill, you could hover over the holes and drop baits, but even then youre more likely to snag bottom than hook “sh. Overall, the negatives outweigh the positives. However, other nearby spots can be killer. The old phosphate docks on the north side of the Pass are loaded with “sh all year. Here, anchoring close to the pilings can be a good idea (watch that current, though). Much of the action here is bottom “shing, so youll be using a weighted rig. Sheepshead are thick here in the cool months, and mangrove snapper and baby gag are also abundant. Flounder and pompano are also common, especially around the pilings closer to the beach, and snook and pork“sh (a bright yellow-striped grunt) arent too rare. Huge Golith grouper also hang out here, and sometimes theyll steal a hooked “sh. Dolphins also pilfer a few. The huge oil drums are great landmarks and also hold some “sh, but theyre not as easy to get to. The drums are rough on your boats “nish if you get too close, and youll need to be close to properly place baits. Also, the ones that are closer to shore are within casting distance of the beach, and land-based “shermen cast to them a lot. Better to stick to spots boatless anglers cant reach. The old broken-down pier on the northwestern edge of the Pass is a hit-or-miss spot. Its usually loaded with bait“sh and little snapper, which arent of much interest. Sometimes it can hold good numbers of snook (mostly in summer), ”ounder and pompano (mostly in fall). Its worth a few casts to see if theres anything interesting, but If nothing tuns up quickly, move on. As with any of our Gulf passes, the dropo from the beach to the deeper waters of the pass itself can be phenomenal “shing areas. Here, the better drop is on the north side of the Pass, and its a doozy. The water depth goes from 3 to 30 feet deep within a few boat lengths of the beach. You can “sh this dropo from a boat of from shore. From a boat, I like to set up a controlled drift and “sh a couple lines out the back. Because the gradient is so steep, each angler will be “shing a drastically dierent depth. Bounce a silly jig, small bucktail or shrimp until it gets eaten by a ”ounder, pompano or whatever. If theres a third angler, cast a spoon for mackerel, which sometimes gather along the edge in very large numbers. Shore-based “shermen can cast weighted rigs with barrel sinkers, which will roll with the current. Shrimp and “sh belly strips are good baits. Pyramid sinkers tend to hold the bait in place, which often makes it less likely a “sh will connect with your oering. Now, as you move farther west toward the point, a pyramid sinker makes more sense. Still, pyramid rigs often get fouled with seaweed or grass, so “shing them is something of a hassle. Dont overlook the surf itself. Many game“sh will cruise just o the sand in a couple feet of water, and if youre casting from land, this might be your best option for action. Jigs and spoons are great, and youll get the most interest if you cast upcurrent and work your lure back with the water ”ow. Predators dont expect to see bait moving against the current. ANGLING 101 € ROBERT LUGIEWICZ Boca Grande Pass: Thats Rightƒ Weve teamed up with Cape Haze Marina and now offer WATERSIDE Service! 941 € 698 € 4006 www.AbelsMarine.com 2009-2015 Schedule TODAYƒ Busy Season is on its way! adno=712778

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€ Page 11 € November 10, 2016 Johnson Shoals „ the enormous sandbar outside the Pass on the south side „ is a cool place to check out. The water here is usually relatively calm and you can often see “sh swimming over the pale sand. Dark “sh such as cobia and sharks really stand out and are easy to sight-“sh. Now, Im not saying youll catch any of them: They can see you too, and it makes them wary. But its fun to see what you can see. Drifting with bottom rigs on the south side of the Pass is a good way to catch mangrove snapper and gag. Generally, I start in about 30 feet of water and let the current carry me along, using the motor to stay in my preferred depth. If Im not seeing action, Ill try again at about 35 feet, than again at about 40 feet. If the drift is too fast, a 5-gallon bucket and a stout rope make a great improvised drift anchor. The broad expanse of the Pass itself is a fantastic place to troll. I like spoons and small lipped plugs that dive from one to 6 feet. They can be fairly large, because a lot of what we see here are bigger “sh „ king“sh and cobia especially. You can also troll with deep-running lipped plugs to target gag and the very occasional red grouper. When trolling, draw an imaginary line from the phosphate docks across to Cayo Costa, and use that as your start/“nish line. From that point, you can go out perhaps a mile or two into the Gulf, then turn around. You should be in at least 30 feet of water the whole time. If you see birds diving, aim for them and try to troll around the “sh that are under them. You also troll around the buoys outside the Pass, especially if theres obvious bird or bait activity, This can be a productive area for kings, little tunny and black“n tuna if youre lucky. There are also some bottom “sh out here around the bases of the buoys. Many are bait-size (pin“sh, squirrel“sh, small grunts), but sometimes you probably need bait, dont you? This is just a rough guide to the Boca Grande Pass area, but you can use it to get started catching “sh here. As you put in more time, youll gain valuable experience that will allow you to become skilled at targeting the wide variety of species found here. Learning is always fun „ at least I think it is.Robert Lugiewicz is the manager of Fishin Franks Bait & Tackle, located at 4425-D Tamiami Trail in Charlotte Harbor. Call 941-625-3888 for more information about the shop or for local shing info, or visit them online at FishinFranks.com. WaterLine photo by Josh OliveA boatful of anglers shing for snapper at the old phosphate dock in Boca Grande Pass. Not just tarpon 5 PM Block Party on Dearborn € Live Music € Meet the Boat Race Drivers englewoodbeachwaterfest.com 941-473-9795 € Paddle Board Races & Beach Games (Register Online) € Open to all ages & skill levels € Chance to WIN two stand-up paddle boards adno=54504002 ABC Restaurant Supplies & Equipment € Abels Marina € Allure Boat Rentals € Aqua Stack Mat € Babes ACE Hardware € Barefoot Trader/Beach Co. Beach Road Wine Bar & Bistro € Berlin Sign Company € Big Water Fish Market € Cape Haze Marina € Cheney Brothers € Chamber of Commerce: Charlotte County, Englewood, North Port and Punta Gorda € Circle K € DVines Wines & Gift Emporium € Destination Pow ersport € Elizabeth Burr -Michael Saunders € Englewood Area Board of REALTORS Englewood Bank & Trust € Englewood Community Hospital € Farlows on the Water € Geraldis Pizza € Gu lf View Grill € Harbor St yle € Hooked on SUP € Island Properties € Josephines Salon & Spa Krizen Pest Control € LXV € OReilly Auto P arts € Paradise Cove Properties € Peninsula Marketing Group € PR Audio € Rick Pe itz Keller Willia ms € Riding te Waves € Rothcos Signs € Sims Crane State Farm Insurance Ron & Matt Smith € RJ. LaBadie Construction € Stump Pass Marina & Lighthouse Grill € Sunbelt Rental € Suncoast Architect € Vino Loco € White Elephant OPA Offshore World Championships 9 AM & Races Start at 12 NOON € Admission $15 (Covers Both Days) € VIP Tickets € Wave Runner Races € Bring Your Camera for Great Pictures € Check Out Vendors & Boats in Dry Pits (Please No Coolers or Pets)

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€ Page 12 € November 10, 2016 € Page 13 € November 10, 2016 Shutterstock.com photoLast week I was fortunate to be able to attend a talk given by former US Coast Guard Captain Larry Brudnicki. Capt. Brudnicki was in command of the USCG vessel Tamaroa, which put to sea on a rescue mission o the northeast U.S. coast during the infamous perfect stormŽ in 1991. The exploits of his vessel and crew were chronicled in both a book and a “lm titled The Perfect Storm.Ž The weather during that unprecedented weather event was quite extreme as the storms high winds created huge, threatening waves and almost unimaginably bad boating conditions. Capt. Brudnicki remarked that he was unable to judge how high the waves actually became, because they were so big that he had no experience against which to measure them. Nearby weather buoys indicated seas as high as 100 feet, but all that he could vouch for was that they were big.Ž On that October day, the Tamaroa rescued disabled boaters and downed airmen, and the rescue maneuvers at times required that Tamaroa be broadside to the seas. During those broadside conditions, the 205-foot vessel was sometimes rolling 55 degrees each way. Capt. Brudnicki made this sobering observation: When a vessel rolls 55 degrees, its easier to walk on the outboard bulkheads than it is to walk on the decks. By the way, Capt. Brudnicki says that the book did a fairly accurate job of describing the events during that terrible storm „ the movie, not so good. Most of us will never be in any sea conditions approaching those found during the perfect storm, but waves dont have to be 100 feet tall to be deadly. Dierent vessels have dierent heavy-weather capabilities. The Tamaroas 205-foot length and heavy construction allowed her to survive waves approaching 100 feet in height, but most of us dont do our boating aboard such seaworthy vessels. It seems as if everything that we buy in todays world comes with numerous warnings and admonitions. The users manual for a new car will contain pages and pages of warnings. Even the simplest of tools or equipment will probably have at least one or two warning tags. Your new boat will have a label which tells you how big an engine you can install, how many people you can carry, how many pounds of human and other cargo you can load aboard and a myriad of other cautions, warnings and guidelines. There may be an admonition against boating in bad weather, but it will probably not include a sticker that speci“cally says Dont take this boat out in seas more than “ve feet high,Ž or Dont take this boat out in winds over 20 knots.Ž We are generally left to our own judgment as to what constitutes safe boating conditions for our vessels. In general, bigger, heavier boats with higher freeboard are capable of handling bigger seas than smaller, lower, lighter boats. At the extreme end of this, most kayaks and other small, human-powered watercraft are not at all capable of handling high seas or high winds. The recent rise in the popularity of these tiny craft has resulted in an uptick in rescue missions as the Coast Guard and other agencies are called on to save folks who have overturned, been swamped, or simply been blown away from shore. Some of these rescues involve folks who have made remarkably poor decisions about launching their small craft in adverse weather conditions, and some of these people have not survived. Similar incidents have occurred on larger boats too, including outboard-powered vessels and sailboats, some of which have taken place right here in Southwest Florida and which have resulted in tragic loss of life. So how do you decide whether its safe to head out “shing, cruising, kayaking, or sailing? Its a two-part process. First, you must know the capabilities of your vessel and yourself. Second, youve got to understand the weather conditions in the area youre planning to go boating. If youve got a 50-foot boat you may be able to safely run the length of Charlotte Harbor in all but the most severe of weather conditions. But if youve got a 16-foot shallow-draft ski, you really dont want to cross the Harbor on a windy day. Does this sound a little vague? Well, it is a little vague, because boats are dierent, and the skill level and heavy-weather comfort level of boat operators are dierent. By the way, that 16-foot ski might be just “ne on even a really windy day if its being operated in protected areas such as in the canals, upriver, or along lee shorelines. For example, the windy weather thats been so persistent in recent weeks has mostly been northeasterly, which has resulted in calm water on the east side of the Harbor. But just a few miles away on the west wall, conditions have often been dicey for small boats. Learning what weather conditions are safe for your own vessel comes with experience. Since new boaters are by de“nition lacking in such experience, they should always err on the side of caution. All boaters, even the most seasoned, struggle to understand weather forecasting, and weve all been caught by unexpectedly bad weather conditions. Unfortunately, weather predicting is not an exact science and there will probably always be a margin of error in forecasting. The most reliable weather forecasts for boaters are the marine forecasts from NOAA, but even those are not 100 percent accurate, and the forecaster know this. Have you been oshore and found that the seas are higher than you expected? If you havent, you will. Have you ever read the disclaimer that precedes NOAA marine weather forecasts? Here it is: Important notice to mariners ƒ Marine forecasts are issued at least four times a day. Boaters on extended trips should routinely monitor subsequent forecast issuances and updates for the latest marine weather information. The wave heights are forecast as signi“cant wave height which is the average of the highest one-third of the waves. The highest waves may rarely be twice the signi“cant wave height. The winds and seas near thunderstorms may be higher than forecast.Ž The two main takeaways? Weather forecasts can change, even within the space of a few hours. Also, because of the statistics involved with forecasting wave heights, if NOAA says that seas will be 2 to 4 feet high, you should expect to see a few 6or 8-footers. So, dont watch the weather the evening before your trip and then head out the next day without checking again in the morning. And probably the most important thing you can do: Be willing to scrub your boating trip if conditions arent in your comfort zone. People have died out there, and you should do what you can to minimize the risks. Keep a weather eye open and be safe. Lets go “shing!Capt. Ralph Allen runs the King Fisher Fleet of sightseeing and shing charter boats located at Fishermens Village Marina in Punta Gorda. He is an award-winning outdoor writer and photographer and is a past president of the Florida Outdoor Writers Association. Call him at 941-639-2628 or email Captain@KingFisherFleet.com. 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€ Page 14 € November 10, 2016 Photo providedWith more boats and more kayaks on the water every day, were going to have to learn how to share. THE KAYAK MAN • ‘GATOR’ DAVE HARPER As more and more kayaks are sold, the battle between boaters and kayakers is heating up. Kayakers have long complained about boaters not respecting them on our waterways. Now there seems to be a rise in the amount of boaters complaining about kayakers. The major complaints from kayakers involve boaters who like to get too close to kayakers while they are on plane „ or, even worse, coming o plane too close and producing a huge wake. The major complaints I hear from boaters is kayakers not respecting their space when they are “shing. When in doubt, refer to the Navigation Rules. The Coast Guard has speci“c rules regarding the right of way for vessels under power and those that are not. The rule from the Coast Guard site (https://goo.gl/ RZ3p6c) reads as follows: Who has the right of way on the water? The Navigation Rules convey a right-of-way only in one particular circumstance: To power-driven vessels proceeding downbound with a following current in narrow channels or fairways of the Great Lakes , Western Rivers, or other waters speci“ed by regulation (Inland Rule 9(a)(ii)). Otherwise, power-driven vessels are to keep out of the way (Rule 18) and either give-way (Rule 16) or stand-on (Rule 17) to vessels not under command or restricted in their ability to maneuver, sailing vessels or vessels engaged in “shing, and, similarly vessels should avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draft (Rule 18), navigating a narrow channel (Rule 9) or trac separation scheme (Rule 10). The Rules do not grant privileges they impose responsibilities and require precaution under all conditions and circumstances; no Rule exonerates any vessel from the consequences of neglect (Rule 2). Neglect, among other things, could be not maintaining a proper look-out (Rule 5), use of improper speed (Rule 6), not taking the appropriate actions to determine and avoid collision (Rule 7 & 8) or completely ignoring your responsibilities under the Rules. Note, a power driven vessel means any vessel propelled by machinery; regardless of the machinery being used or not. Chapter 13 explains where kayaks are in the Navigation rules: Although a vessel under oars may be lit as a sailing vessel, one should not infer that they are considered to be a sailing vessel for other Rules (i.e. Rule 9, 10, 12, 18 or 35). Ultimately, the issue of whether a vessel under oars is the give way or stand-on vessel would fall to what would be required by the ordinary practice of seamen, or by the special circumstances of the case (Rule 2), and, the notion that they are less able than most other vessels.) And Rule 2 reads as follows: (a) Nothing in these Rules shall exonerate any vessel, or the owner, master, or crew thereof, from the consequences of any neglect to comply with these Rules or of the neglect of any precaution which may be required by the ordinary practice of seamen, or by the special circumstances of the case. (b) In construing and complying with these Rules due regard shall be had to all dangers of navigation and collision and to any special circumstances, including the limitations of the vessels involved, which may make a departure from these Rules necessary to avoid immediate danger. So even though the rules give the kayaker the right of way in most cases, that does mean we have the right to abuse it. I have heard boaters complain that kayakers are abusing these rules by not respecting them. When they are at anchor and “shing the shoreline, kayakers will sometimes come between the boat and the shoreline they are “shing. The same rule that protects you also protects them when they are not under power. Another issue is kayakers using main navigation channels. These channels are there for boats under power and should be kept clear for that purpose. In many cases, surrounding waters are too shallow for boats to safely navigate, but it is almost always possible for kayaks to operate outside the channel. If you need to cross a channel, make sure you have plenty of time to do so without interfering with boats using it. Another thing to remember is that almost everyone has a phone or camera with video capability. I have seen many people called out on social media for not respecting anothers space by someone with a video of the bad actor. I have seen videos from both sides of this controversy, and it usually gets pretty ugly. But were all out there to have a good time. Nobody really wants to be the water police, so if we all practice a little etiquette and respect for each other, there will be fewer confrontations on the water. Whether youre a boater or a kayaker, remember we are entering our peak snowbird season and there are going to be more folks on the water. Please exercise extreme caution and awareness out there „ the life you save may be your own.GatorŽ Dave Harper has paddled the waters of Southwest Florida for many years. He is a pro staer with West Wall Boats, Salt Life Optics, Bimini Bay Outtters, Native Watercraft, Daiwa, Fins Fishing and Egret Baits. You can reach Dave at DaveHarper98@ yahoo.com or Facebook.com/G8tordave. Kayaks vs boats WERE HERE 24/7 BECAUSE YOU DONT SCHEDULE AN EMPTY TANKGet our FREE App! seatow.com Serving Charlotte Harbor and the Peace & Myakka RiversTrust the local experts. Sea Tow Charlotte Harbor \ 941-625-5454 \ 800-4-SEATOW seatow.com/charlotteharborFollow us on Facebook Join now. 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€ Page 15 € November 10, 2016 BOATING SAFETY • MARK & LEIGH ANN LONG Shutterstock.com photoPaddlesports are lots of fun, but boating safety basics still apply even if you dont have a motor.There are so many people in Florida who enjoy being on the water. It is one of the greatest draws for both tourists and new residents. While motorcraft dominate, there are great non-motorized methods to get out on the water as well. We have been paddlers for many years, on both salt and fresh waters (though not whitewater „ well leave that to our ospring!). Its great exercise and aords us the chance to get up close to our wonderful wildlife quietly. While we tend to opt for the boat or WaveRunner in the heat of the summer, we do manage to get in a paddle or two in spite of the heat, mostly in the evenings. There are some really great paddles that are shaded by trees or mangroves and you just need to do a bit of research to “nd them. Still, snowbird months are our favorite times to get the kayaks wet. It is beginning to cool o now (a bit, anyway), and it should be still cool enough in April and early May to enjoy more sun-exposed paddles. There tend to be fewer paddlers those times of year as well. Paddling small creeks and shallow water is relatively safe, but when were sharing the water with motorized vessels, the level of danger increases exponentially. It would appear that very few powerboaters understand the rules regarding wake and liability. On the ”ip side, very few paddlers have learned what their responsibilities are. Just as you are responsible for any damage your wake does to person or property, paddlers have a responsibility as well. That said, if your paddlecraft capsizes and you lose gear or are injured due to a boat wake, unless you or willing witnesses are identify the oending motor vessel, you are really without recourse. So, what are the legal responsibilities of paddlers? First, you must have a sound-producing device on board „ even something as simple as a whistle will do. When paddling between sunset and sunrise, you must have a white light available that can be displayed in sucient time to avoid a collision. This is the law, but it should also be common sense. Paddlers must have a PFD on board, and youll probably “nd wearing it is the most convenient place to store it. We actually have our whistles tethered to our life vests. There are additional rules when paddling through major channels and shipping lanes. We suggest that if this in your plan, you research those extensively with charts well ahead of time. As longtime paddlers, we have additional recommendations that are not legally mandated, but have been helpful to us. If youre using a sit-inside kayak, always have something to bail with. We learned that one early on. Carrying a re”ective device or visual signaling device is advised. A CD will suce during daylight hours. A small anchor and a sucient amount of line can come in handy when youre paddling in a current or where there are strong tide movements. Wearing brightly colored clothing will make you more visible to other boats. For that matter, so can a brightly colored kayak. An air horn would be a good idea if you are going to be in deeper water among larger vessels. Remember the rule of tonnage: Regardless of right of way, typically the bigger boat wins in a collision. So safety “rst! Recently, FWC ruled that a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) is a vessel in most situations and must have the same safety equipment as other paddlecraft. According to FWC statistics, in 2015 there were 55 boating fatalities in Florida. Eight of them were rowing or paddling incidents. That statistic is startling. Please dont be one of the 2016 numbers.Mark Long and his wife Leigh Ann are longtime boaters and active members in the Peace River Sail and Power Squadron. They can be contacted at PRSPSBoatSafe@gmail.com. Paddling safety SIZE LIMIT: 12Ž min. (overall length) BAG LIMIT (per harvester per day): 10 (aggregate all flounders) SEASON: No closure. FLORIDA AVERAGE SIZE: 2 to 4 lb WORLD RECORD: 22 lb, 7 oz FOOD VALUE: A top choice for its mild white flesh. However, the amount of meat on a 12-inch flounder is hardly worth harvesting it. 15 inches is a more realistic target. HABITAT: Salty water, from the surf zone to about 100 feet. Usually found around reefs, dropoffs, pilings or other structure that can be used for ambushing prey. LEGAL METHODS: Hook and line, castnet, seine, dip net. Snagging, gigging or spearing OK. Treble hooks not allowed with natural bait. FISHING TIPS: Flounder are ambush predators and rarely swim far to attack prey. Therefore, a lure or bait dragged or hopped across the bottom is most likely to draw their attention. Flounder like things that are shiny or brightly colored. NOTES: This is the familiar fluke of the Atlantic Seaboard. 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€ Page 16 € November 10, 2016 My tales of home care woe continue this week. In addition to my raccoon babies, I now have 12 baby eastern woodrats to watch out for. While these little guys dont take up as much room as raccoons, they can be a source of occasional concern. I recently moved six of the older babies (from two dierent litters) into a four-story wire mesh cage to make room in the “ve-gallon aquarium for a new set of six younger babies. Although these new babies all came in at the same time, I suspect they may have been the result of a blended family due to a fairly substantial size dierence between siblings.Ž Since woodrats are such a slowgrowing species and there are usually only two or three at a time, I normally wait until they are older before transferring to the wire cage on my lanai. But since this large group needed more space and I had a new group of even younger ones coming in, I decided to transfer them sooner than usual. When I went to check on the group in the wire cage the next morning, they were nowhere to be found. Were they so small that they squeezed through the bars of the cage? Rodents have been known to get through incredibly small crevices. Expecting a house full of guests in the coming week, could I refrain from mentioning this to my husband? The rats were more likely to go outside than come into the house when they got older. But what if they decided to nest on the lanai? I was trying to decide whether I had a problem with that or not when, the following morning, they were all somehow back in the cage. Eastern woodrats are native to the central and eastern U.S., from New York state to the Florida Keys. They are sometimes referred to as pack rats for their propensity to build large, elaborate nests using branches and leaves as well as cast-o (or stolen) man-made items. Unlike invasive species of rats (Norway, black, or so-called roof or attic rats), woodrats prefer to live outdoors in their natural habitat. They rarely invade houses and cause the destruction that their Old World counterparts are so infamous for. Woodrats are vegetarians, eating a wide variety of plants, nuts, fruits, vegetables and grains. I suppose since they do not consume any dairy products, they should be considered vegans, but please dont hold that against them. They will not try to ruin your dinner party by loudly proclaiming themselves to be better than the rest of the guests because they only eat food without faces. They are also not considered a threat to farmers, unlike some other rodent species that can devastate entire “elds of crops. Invasive rat species have litters of up to 12 pups that are weaned and capable of reproducing themselves by “ve weeks of age, while mom can be pregnant with her next litter before she even weans the current one. But the woodrat is not sexually mature until eight months of age. Litter sizes usually consist of only two to four pups, and only two to three litters per year are produced. And while the adult males tend to be aggressive toward each other, breeding females and their babies might actually bene“t from communal living. Most of the orphaned or displaced baby rats received at PRWC are found when trees are being trimmed or removed, especially cabbage palms. Sometimes burn or brush piles can harbor a family, so take care to check for young before discarding or burning yard waste. If you consider rodents to be a pest species that must be removed from your property, please consider carefully before using any bait type products. Most of these contain anticoagulants can take up to a week or two to kill the target species. For those of you who do not care how the rodent dies, just as long as it vacates your property, this is not the end of the story. When the rat is in a weakened state or after its death, there is a good chance that it will fall victim to a predator „ perhaps your or your neighbors dog or cat, or a wild hawk or even an eagle. The predator that eats the poisoned rat will then be poisoned itself, and often die. Eastern woodrats are a native species here in Southwest Florida and have many natural predators, including snakes, birds of prey, raccoons and many other mammals. As a slow-growing and slowbreeding prey species, their numbers are well maintained naturally. If you inadvertently disrupt a nest, leave it as close as possible to the original site and mom will care for the babies there or move them to another safe area. If one or more of the rats has been injured, bring them to PRWC where we will care for them (and try not to lose them!) Im still not sure if the baby rats were in that wire cage all along and just really good at hiding, or if they got back in (to where the food is) the same way they got out. Either way, could you all just not mention this to my husband, please? I havent told him yet. Peace River Wildlife Center is a nonprot organization, dedicated to the care, preservation and protection of Charlotte Countys native wildlife since 1978. They are open seven days a week year-round, including holidays. Tours are oered from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m at their rehab center (3400 Ponce de Leon Pkwy, Punta Gorda). PRWC receives no government funding and relies entirely on private donations. For more info, visit PeaceRiverWildlife Center.com, email PeaceRiver Wildlife@yahoo.com or call 941-637-3830. Not quite a rat PEACE RIVER WILDLIFE CENTER • ROBIN JENKINS, DVM Photo providedThe eastern woodrat looks a bit like its house-invading cousins, but it would much rather live outdoors. adno=710166 BOAT DETAILING www.K leen B oats .com WE COME TO YOU! 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€ Page 17 € November 10, 2016 A LIFE ON THE WATER • CAPT. VAN HUBBARD Shutterstock.com photoFall weather has “nally broken the heat spells. Air and water temperatures are comfortable, and “sh are hungry. This is a transitional period; “sh notice and react to our shorter days and cooler temperatures. Mackerel migrations are beginning to cruise into our backyards. I visited the King of the Beach tournament in St. Petersburg last Saturday. They had about 500 boats this year chasing both Spanish and king mackerel. The number of boats entered was exciting to me because I love seeing that folks are starting to get involved with mackerel “shing again. First place paid more than $70,000 for Capt. Kyle and Jenny Apple“eld, a husband-and-wife local team based right at Madeira Beach. They weighed a 44.7-pound king“sh! They had Spanish mackerel well over 6 pounds, too. With the unusually warm period we are currently enjoying, we can expect this mackerel migration to probably last awhile. If winds allow safe voyages into our Gulf waters, this is a great opportunity to catch a bunch of powerful and tasty “sh. Both mackerel species are literally under“shed by recreational anglers. While others fuss over grouper and snapper, this is your chance to enjoy drag-singing action and liberal bag limits near shore. These abundant “sh are even easy to catch if you rig and prepare properly. This is great family fun. I recommend a medium-size conventional reel, on a fast-taper rod with some backbone and a ”exible tip. Spool up with 30-pound line „ braid or mono, your call. I usually use live minnows, but when youre just learning, try starting out with hardware: Spoons, lures or jigs. I usually prefer spoons. Carry extras because some will get cut o. Try to match the spoon size to the size of the bait“sh youre seeing in the area. If we get some chilly days, the “sh will run deeper. A planer is a metal device designed to pull your oering down into the lower parts of the water column. It works a lot like the lip on a crankbait. Theyre made in several sizes. The No. 1 will take your lure down to about 10 feet, the No. 2 will get you to about 20 feet, then the No. 3 will do 30 (are you seeing a pattern here?). You need stout gear to drag a No. 3 or larger planer „ they dig in and pull hard! Use a long 15to 20-foot leader from your planer to the spoon. Fortyor 50-pound mono is “ne for Spanish, but add a short wire leader with a tiny black swivel for kings. You should troll at about 5 or 6 knots with spoons. I dont recommend mixing lipped plugs and spoons because they work at dierent speeds. Try 2 to 3 knots for plugs, and be sure you observe the action next to your boat before you send it back “shing. Youre looking for lures to throb and vibrate to entice hungry “sh. If they spin, thats not going to get anything but a bunch of snarled twisted line. Live baits are awesome if you can catch them and keep them alive, and judicious use of live chummers can really get the bite “red up. With live bait, I use 30to 50-pound ”uorocarbon for Spanish and light No. 3 coee-colored wire for kings. The sta at your favorite tackle shop should be able to teach you how to make a strong haywire twist for creating wire leaders. Use extreme caution and hook extractors to remove hooks from these “sh. Mackerel have knife-sharp teeth and will seriously cut you if you are careless. If youre keeping the “sh, you can pop it into a cooler full of slushy ice for a couple minutes to allow it to expire before de-hooking. I usually add some clean salt water to my ice to brine and chill “sh immediately. Always carry plenty of ice to keep these “sh fresh. Mackerel needs to stay cold until you cook it to retain its natural “rm texture and best taste. Mackerel are high in Omega 3 fatty acids, which are good for us. Spanish are smaller but better eating than the large kings. Kings up to about 15 pounds are “ne eating too, they just get a slightly stronger ”avor as they get bigger. Try broiling mackerel for easy, healthy dinners, or fry them if health is less of a concern. Blackening is a great way to prepare smaller kings, or try marinating in Italian dressing for a few hours in the fridge and then grilling. Smoking is good for larger “sh. We make “sh dip by mixing the deboned smoked meat with Dukes Mayo, and its amazing. If mackerel arent your thing, there are other opportunities. Sharks and little tunny are also biting out there now, and huge 20to 40-pound bull red“sh have been cruising nearby recently in concentrated schools. The diversity keeps it exciting and anglers busy. Inside action is good and will continue till cold fronts drop water temps under 70 degrees. Trout will keep improving, and shrimp are good choice baits when waters cools more to run pin“sh o the ”ats. 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€ Page 18 € November 10, 2016 17` 1990 Sea Ray Bow Rider with 2001 125-hp Mercury. Includes Coast-Guard package, bimini top, GPS and more! Call us today. All for only $5,990 BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 17` 2007 Key Largo 176. Powered by Yamaha 90-hp. Includes Garmin GPS-76, trolling motor, stick-it pole, extra prop and extra anchor. Also includes new battery and bait pump and all safety equipment, boat cover bimini top. Comes with a trailer! Great for the flats! Asking $12,900. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 18 2010 MAKO 184 CC recently repowered w/2016 Merc. 150 Four Stoke (96 hours) Options: trailer, T …top, GPS, VHF, mooring & engine canvas cover & more stk # 133850 $ 25,895 call Tim 401-413-9647 or tim.blanchard@marinemax.com. 18' Sea Ray 2001 Bowrider. 2008 Mercruiser 135HP Alpha 1. W/2012 Galvanized E-Z Loader Trailer $8,700 15` 1996 Boston Whaler. Powered by 75-hp Mercury. Includes Humminbird GPS, life jackets, throw cushion, bimini top and full cover. Just serviced at dealer and is in excellent condition! Also includes a trailer and spare tire. Asking $12,800. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 16' Glastron 1982 with a 1982 Mercury Outboard 115 HP 2 Stroke Engine Good Condition. $2000 OBO 17' SUNCAT 2007 Open Day Cat Available or order new! Please call for pricing! Punta Gordas Com-Pac Dealer 941-833-0099 SIZE LIMIT: 28Ž min.; 33Ž max. (total length) BAG LIMIT (per harvester per day): One. SEASON: Closed Dec. 1-Feb. 29 and May 1-Aug. 31. LOCAL AVERAGE SIZE: Less than a pound WORLD RECORD: 3 lb, 2 oz FOOD VALUE: Probably good, but youll never know. HABITAT: Inshore in South Florida; frequently in fresh water. Rare north of the Ten Thousand Islands. LEGAL METHODS: Hook and line only. Use of treble hooks with natural bait prohibited. No snagging. FISHING TIPS: Specialists in topwater hunting, tarpon snook focus mainly on livebearing killifish such as mollies and mosquitofish. Small baits are a must, which is why fly fishermen catch more of them. NOTES: One of the five snook species in Florida. Size and bag limits and season are the same for all snook species. However, this species does not reach the lower end of the slot even at its maximum size, so it can never be legally harvested. A tarpon snook has 7 rays in the anal fin; all other species have 6. FISH PROFILE • TARPON SNOOK 2 tbsp butter 2 tbsp brown sugar 2 cloves garlic , minced 1 tbsp lemon juice 2 tsp soy sauce 1/2 tsp ground black pepper 2 kingfish steaks (8 oz each) Preheat grill for medium-high heat. Place butter, brown sugar, garlic, lemon juice, soy sauce, and pepper in a small saucepan. Warm over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until sugar is completely dissolved. Lightly oil grill grate. Brush kingfish steaks with brown sugar sauce, and place on grill. Cook for 5 minutes per side, or until fish can be easily flaked with a fork, basting with sauce. Discard remaining basting sauce. Serves 2. „ Recipe adapted from AllRecipes.comA clip-n-save seafood recipe provided by BARBECUED KINGFISH R EADER P HOTOS Dave Mader landed this huge drum in a PGI canal. Ron Cutler got this 49-inch kingsh in the Gulf o Gasparilla Island. Steve Parent says when the sh arent biting, you can always take sunset photos. Nice one, Steve. Dale Klamut tricked this 34-inch snook on a live pinsh.

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€ Page 19 € November 10, 2016 19` 2005 Palm Beach 191. Powered by Yamaha 115-hp. Includes Humminbird GPS/fish finder, VHF radio, safety equipment, fenders, life jackets, and bimini top. Also includes trailer. Asking $23,900. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 19` 2006 Mako Bay 1901 with a 90-hp Mercury Optimax. Includes jack plate, color GPS, trolling motor, live well and trailer. Just serviced and ready to fish! $13,500. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 1985 CHRIS CRAFT 45 Yacht Home, 2 stateroom , 2 heads w/ tub & dual helms. Excellent condition & runs great. Crusader 454s. New floors, headliner, fridge. Very comfortable stable & dry liveaboard . Located at Palm Island Marina Placida $54,900 OBO Call Tom 941-626-3741. 1998 Aquasport 175. 200 hp Merc. Hyd steering, live well, Trolling motor, Batt bank chgr. Continental Trlr. Just serviced. Exc. Cond. $8900. obo. 941-286-7347 2007 SEA RAY 360 Sedan Bridge w/ Mercruiser 8.1 MPI's (197 hours) & bow thruster. One of Sea Ray's most popular midsize Sedan bridges. Great looking boat w/ sleek lines. Raymarine F120 Chartplotter / radar/ autopilot &more $139,950 Call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 2008 SEA RAY 240 Sundancer w/ Merc. 5.0 MPI 260 hp motor, new exhaust 10/2016. Options: Camper canvas, Cockpit Cover, Air conditioning, Enclosed head w/ pump out, Two tone gelcoat, Trim tabs & more $32,950 stk # 135131 call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 21' Rendezvous 1997 Bayliner. All new Upholstery Mercur y Force 2 Stroke 120 HP Eng. 2008 Trailer. $7,100. Now $5,550. REDUCED! 21' Trophy Bayliner 1988, 5.7 Volvo fuel injected Galvanized Tandem Axle Trailer. $6,395. Now $5,990. REDUCED!! 18` 2004 Trophy 1802 Walk-Around. Powered by Mercury 125-hp. Includes Garmin GPS and back-up GPS, live well, porta potty, bimini top, side curtains. Lower unit serviced 1 year ago. New battery and switch, fuel line and filter. Asking $9,995. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 18` 2007 Clearwater Bay. Powered by 90-hp Yamaha 4-stroke, low hours and runs well. Incl. live well, fish box and aluminum trailer. Boat is set up for fishing or cruising. Quiet and great on fuel. Also great for in the bay! Asking $13,500 BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 18` 2010 Sea Ray 175 Sport. Powered by Mercruiser 3.0 135-hp. Includes Garmin GPS, stereo, stainless steel prop, cover. Also includes trailer. Get ready for some fun! Asking $17,900. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 1850 LUND GRAN Tyee 1992. 150 Evinrude. Dual Axel w/ New Brakes & Tires. $5,500 Englewood. 815-528-2228 19' 2010 Carolina Skiff 198 DLV Yamaha 115 H.P. 4Stroke 275 Hours 2013 Magic Tilt Tandem Aluminum Trailer, T-Top, Garmin 7 " color GPS/F.F., VHF and full custom cover.Fully serviced turn key. See full details and virtual water test video @17Marinellc.com 941-575-4835 19.4 MAKOwith T-Top, Lots of Water tight storage, well equipped with new cover Yamaha 150. $11,800 941-875-3636 19` 1981 Universal Montego Sailboat w/ mast, boom, sails. Hardware is there but needs a rudder. Trailer Incl. $1,500. 19` 2002 Fishmaster 19 Bay. Powered by Mercury Optimax; owner approximate 400-500 hours. Incl. Garmin GPS/fish finder with chip, live well, trolling motor, self-adjusting trim tabs and T-top. Also incl. Magic Tilt single-axle trailer! Ready to fish! Asking $13,900 . Now $12,900! BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com REDUCED!! WE WANT YOUR PHOTOS!Heres how it works: Take pictures of your outdoor adventures. Send your high-quality digital photos to Editor@WaterLineWeekly.com . DO NOT send us photos of oversized or other release-only fish being poorly handled. Photos of such fish being gaffed, held by the lower jaw only or obviously damaged or dead WILL NOT be published, no matter how big the fish or how proud the angler may be. Eric Lucas caught this Placida redsh on a topwater and then let it go. Jena Nelson caught and released this 36-inch snook caught in the Ten Thousand Islands with Capt Joe Cassaro. 56 Harvard Street 56 Harvard Street Englewood, FL Englewood, FL 941-474-8630 THE DIFFERENCE IS WE ARE A MACHINE SHOP THE DIFFERENCE IS WE ARE A MACHINE SHOP REMANUFACTURED POWERHEADS € ENGINES € GEAR CASES MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SERVICES RIGGING SERVICES FOR ALL BRANDS REBUILDS STARTING AT $495 PER CYLINDER 2 0 + Y EAR S S E R V I N G S W FL O R I D A www.outboardmotormechanic.com adno=712805 W E BU Y M O T O R S D EA D OR A LI VE

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€ Page 20 € November 10, 2016 23 2006 GRADY White 232 Gulfstream w/ Yamaha 250 hp 4 stroke (only 351 hrs). Notable Options: Hard Top w/ eisenglass enclosure, GPSfishfinder, VHF, Bow pulpit w/ Windlass, Porta-potti w/ pump out & more. Stk#134205 $47,950 Hurry! Call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 23 2015 PURSUIT 235 Dual console w/ Yamaha 300 hp 4 stroke only 18 hours. Factory options: blue gelcoat, trim tabs, Pol premium stereo, cockpit & bow cover, Simrad GPS $79,500 stk 132461 Call Tim 401-413-9647 or tim.blanchard@marinemax.com 23' 1987 Sea Ray 230 Weekender Merc I/O 260 HP Sleeps 6. Galvanized Tandem Trailer $7,500 Now $6,500. REDUCED!! 23` 1999 Crownline 24. Powered by Volvo 5.0 duo prop. Includes new bimini top, cover and safety equipment. Serviced 1-1/2 years ago. Includes dual-axle trailer! Asking $10,900. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 24 1986 CIGARETTE 24 Firefox w/ custom 750 hp motor (55 hours) w/ dual axle trailer trailerReborn in 2008 after 5 years of meticulous restoration by Will Smith owner at Phantom Boats One of 16 ever produced. Stk # 133439 $64,950 call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 24 2010 SKEETER ZX24V center console w/ 250 Yamaha 4 stroke, custom dual axle trailer Jack Plate, GPS fish finder, Canvas covers, full annual service & prof. detail. Price Reduced! $34,624 stk#131567 Call Mark 305-395-8821 Or Mark.schrader@marinemax.com 24 2014 SOUTHWIND 2400 Sportdeck w/ Yamaha 250 hp only 65 hours. The perfect blend of runabout style and deckboat room. Options: blue gelcoat, livewell, fresh water system, enclosed head, excellent condition $46,500 stk 132329 call Tim 401-413-9647 or tim.blanchard@marinemax.com 24 PACIFIC SEACRAFT DANA 2004 CUTTER WITH LOW HR YANMAR DIESEL AT $59,995 PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE AT 941-833-0099PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 21` 2006 Nitro 929CDX w/ Mercury Optimax 200-HP. This boat is in "like new" condition. Only used 4 or 5 times, never in saltwater or launched in saltwater. Less than 80 hours. Every option available: GPS, fish finder, jack plate, custom covers and all manuals. Must see! Asking $23,900. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 21` 2008 South Wind 21 Deck. Beautiful 2008 Southwind 212 SD. With only 125 hours, this boat is in like new cond! All seats and cushions are perfect. Incl. bimini top, full cover, snap in carpet, porta potti, Garmin GPS, fishfinder, stereo CD, fishing package and Yamaha F200 4 stroke. As clean or cleaner than most 1 or 2 year old boats. Lift kept and covered its whole life. Asking 26,990 BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 21` 210 Sea Swirl Walk-Around with tandem trailer. Ver y good condition. Powered by Johnson 130-hp, was just fully serviced. Includes bimini top with full enclosure, live well, Coast-Guard package, and sleeps 2 and has a porta potty. Ready to fish or cruise. Only $11,500. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 21`2006 Pathfinder 2200 Tournament. Powered by 2014 Yamaha 200 V Max SHO 4-stroke. Includes power pole, new hydraulic steering, bobs jack plate, trim tabs, and 3 live wells. Engine w/ extended warranty until 1/20/20, low hrs. Also has T-top. Everything works and is in great shape. Comes with a 2015 Continental trailer. $46,900. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com SUMMER SPECIAL! 22 SHEARWATER 2200Z WITH TRAILER, YAMAHA OB AND MORE 2008 AT $39.9K CALL TOMMY 941-769-2594 CALL RICK PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 22' 4 Winns 1997, Bimini, Enclosure and Cover Volvo 225 HP I/O 1997. No Trailer.$7500 OBO 22` 1999 Angler 22 Walk-Around Cuddy. Johnson 150hp w/ 230 original hrs. Incl. back-to-back fishing seat, VHF radio, depth/fish finder, GPS. Has a small cuddy that sleeps 2. Just one owner and always lift-kept, flushed and serviced. Ready to fish! Asking $8995. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 22` 2000 Sylvan 2230 Deck Boat. Powered by Johnson 115-hp. Includes depth finder, full snap cover, bimini top. Recently water tested and runs perfect. Privacy curtain for porta potty. This boat has been REDUCED from $7900 to $6900. Call today! BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com R EADER P HOTOS Arthur Donaldson brought this red grouper home from 20 miles o Gasparilla Pass. Al Schneider of Port Charlotte with a big Charlotte Harbor black drum. Inshore grouper? Why not? Robert Six caught this keeper 24-inch gag from the Ainger Pier in Englewood. Peter Watson caught this slot Turtle Bay redsh with Capt. Steve Hogan.

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€ Page 21 € November 10, 2016 26' Sea Ray Sundancer 1990 Sleeps 6, Mercruiser 454 I/O No Trailer $4,200. 26` 2006 Four Winns 260 Horizon Bow Rider. This boat is a very roomy bow rider. Powered by 5.7 L Mercruiser. Deep V for a smooth, comfortable ride! Incl. depth finder, stereo, porta potty in head compartment, Trailer available dock lines, table, trim tabs,electric hatch, snap covers and enclosure. Runs perfectly! Asking $26,000. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 27 1998 Chaparral Signature: Less than 5 hours on rebuilt Volvo 7.4L engine, full galley, forward and midcabin berths, AC/heat, just detailed. Asking $17,900. Ray Mason 941-505-7269 ray@pieroneyachtsales.com 27 2011 SEA RAY 270 SLX Bowrider Merc. 8.2 MPI 370 HP, only 289 hours. Radar arch, burgundy 2 tone gelcoat Garman GPS, VHF cockpit fridge, premier Sony stereo, shorepower, batt. charger. Priced to sell at $64,950 stk # 128718 call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 27 SPORT CRAFT, TWIN OB, HARD TOP AND MUCH MORE 1998 AT $18.5K CALL RICK 845-234-5170PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 27` 2000 Leisure Cat 270LC: Smooth riding power catamaran with twin 200 Evinrudes. Endures demanding sea conditions, great for fishing or going to the beach. Asking $34,500. Now $29,000. Owner open to offers.Ray Mason, 941-505-7269 ray@pieroneyachtsales.com 28 1991 Sea Ray Weekender: Twin rebuilt 5.7L Mercruisers with less than 100 hours. New upholstery, great combofisher/cruiser. Asking $14,900. Call Ray Mason, 941-505-7269 or ray@pieroneyachtsales.com 28 2005 FOUR WINNS 268 Vista Cruiser w/ Merc. 5.7L bravo 3 drive: new motor & exhaust manifolds (6 hours), air cond., Garman GPS, VHF, Clarion stereo & more stk#133968 $39,745 call Tim 401-413-9647 or tim.blanchard@marinemax.com 24' 2015 NAUTICSTARBAYBOAT250 H.P. SUZUKIMAGICTILTTANDEMALUMINUMTRAILER, T-TOP, SIMRADGPS/F.F. HIGHENDSTEREO. SUZUKIWARRANTYUNTIL11/2020. SERIOUSBAYBOATINNICECONDITION. SEEFULLDETAILSANDVIRTUALWATERTESTVIDEO@ 17MARINELLC.COM941-575-4835 24` 2004 Polar Bay 240. Powered by 225-hp Yamaha Four-Stroke, 700 hours. Includes VHF radio, spread lights, and flip-up seats. Also includes a Load Master aluminum trailer! Very nice shape. Asking 22,990. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 24` 2006 Scout 24 Bayscout w/Yamaha F250 4-stroke. Incl. trolling motor, Lowrance 12Ž HD3 color touch screen, 2 live wells, fish box, power pole, T-top, bobs 10Ž jack plate. Runs strong! Serviced every year. Shallow draft, great ride. Incl. tandem aluminum trailer. Asking $29,000. Now $27,500. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com REDUCED! 25 2004 Rinker Fiesta Vee: Express cruiser with full camper top enclosure, windless, AC, new Garmin chartplotter , 5.7L Volvo with 103 hours, Asking $25,400. Ray Mason, 941-505-7269or ray@pieroneyachtsales.com 25 2005 WELLCRAFT 252 Coastal w/ 250 hp Yamaha 4 stroke. Notable Options: Hard Top, Garmin GPS,VHF, Jensen Stereo,Trim tabs. Marine head w/ dockside discharge stk #134125 $ 36,950 call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 25` 1984 Pursuit Walk Around. Powered by a Johnson 250-hp Ocean Pro with very low hours. Boat has been completely gone through and has lots of extras. Solid hull with a great-running motor. Only $12,500. BAYSHORE MARINE 941-627-5777 bayshoremarinefl.com 26 2011 SEA RAY 260 Sundancer w/ Merc. 350 Mag Bravo 3 sterndrive only 35 hours. Options: black colored hull, full camper canvas, air conditioning, vacu flush enclosed head & much more $68,500 & bring offers stk 110574 call Tim 401-413-9647 or Tim.blanchard@marinemax.com 26' CENTURYCenter Console Twin Yamaha 150 H.P. Magic Tilt Tandem Aluminum Trailer, T-Top , Windlass, 11" Humminbird GPS/F.F. , VHF , Stereo. Super nice boatJust serviced, refurbished. Long list of new equipment. See full details and virtual water test video @17Marinellc.com 941-575-4835 SOLDwont survive. Anyone who doubts that adding habitat doesnt add to animal abundance need only consider the opposite: If we destroyed reef habitat, it surely would reduce the numbers of reef-reliant creatures. But its also true that arti“cial reefs make it easier to harvest “sh. Most reefs are placed in areas that are easily accessible, and often in the general vicinity of other natural or arti“cial reefs. The GPS coordinates of these reefs are published and readily available. This combination of factors means most arti“cial reefs see a lot of “shing pressure, and many of the “sh are harvested in a relatively short time. Anyone who doubts that more “sh are taken on these manmade structures should think about this: How many big grouper are caught on public reefs versus natural bottom? (If you arent sure, ask anyone who runs oshore charters.) Like most other things, theres both good and bad in arti“cial reefs. But much of the bad comes from the fact that theyre so heavily “shed. If we were more interested in improving “sh habitat and truly increasing the populations of reef species, the best way to do so would be to place reefs but not tell anybody. Then the “sh would have the bene“t of more places to be without the detriment of baited hooks constantly raining down on them. Dont take this as an anti-“shing stance. Certainly wed all have access to these sites „ we would just have to “nd them on our own. With the constant improvement in “sh“nder technology, its not really that dicult to locate such hiddenŽ sites these days. Not publishing the locations would just even out the playing “eld a bit. Another option: Instead of dropping one big thing (think old battleships) to the sea”oor, drop lots and lots of smaller ones. Many reefs actually are built this way, with scattered rubble spread out over an acre or 10. Such reefs often have a better reputation for producing decent “sh. I think that the idea could be taken a little farther, though. Im imagining construction debris scattered over a square mile, with a few bigger heaps of concrete pipe or old pilings sprinkled throughout. It would be harder to “sh out such a place „ although Im sure it would bring anglers from all over to try. Of course, none of this is stu you can do yourself. Creating arti“cial reefs requires permits and studies and fees; otherwise, youre just littering. Back in the day, when red tape and paperwork didnt exist in the “shing world, it was fairly common practice for anglers to make their own reefs. Everything from cinder blocks to junked cars (and a whole bunch of deceased major appliances) went over the side and found a new life as a snapper condo. Perhaps it would be appropriate to allow the general public to sink certain pre-approved materials „ Im thinking plain, clean concrete here „ without a permit. We could set a limit on the amount of material that could be dropped at once, perhaps 200 pounds. If we had a thousand anglers out there working on a thousand small arti“cial reefs, think about how much “sh habitat we could create in a very short period of time. And since most of the spots would never be shared, I think most of them would see no more “shing pressure than the average patch of hard bottom. Everyone wins except the bureaucrats.REEFFROM PAGE 2 Don Kerros 33-inch El Jobean snook just squeezed into the slot. Kitty Buchanan, visiting from Iowa, caught her rst sheepie at Alligator Creek Reef.

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€ Page 22 € November 10, 2016 33 4WINDS 318 VISTA, 2007 AT $87.5K TWIN LOW HR MOTORS, PLEASE CALL ED AT 941-628-0167PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 33 NAVIGATOR SLOOP WITH DIESEL, BIMINI, ROLLER MAIN AND JIB, SHOAL DRAFT, $16.9K CALL ED 941-628-0167PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 34 2001 Sea Ray Amberjack: Exc. cond. and meticulously maintained. Perfect for fishing and comfortable cruising with its wide 135Ž beam. Well appointed air conditioned interior, powered by twin Mercs with 400 hours.Asking $69,900 Ray Mason, 941-505-7269 35 2011 SEA RAY 350 Sundancer w/ Mercruiser 8.2 MPI's (375 hp) inboard v-drives only 221 hours. Pristine cond. Fully serviced. Options: bow & stern thrusters, upgraded Merc 8.1s MPI, Hard top, full canvas, gen, cockpit grill & fridge & much more $179,950 call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 37 2015 SEA RAY 370 Venture w/ T Mercury outboards 300 hp 4 stroke Verados w/ 82 hours w/ factory warranty until 9-2020. Options: Bow Thruster, Kohler Gen. Ray marine night vision & GPS, black hull, cockpit grill & lots more $299,950 stk #132739 Call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 38 2013 Cruisers 380 Optional Mercruiser 8.2 MAG, Bravo-3X, Axius Stern drive Premier. She is easily maneuvered & can hold steady with her skyhook. Opt. electronics incl.: Chart plotter & GPS & Icom VHF radio, Merc Vessel View & MORE stk. # 125772 Call Beth 941-232-5630 or beth.taylor@marinemax.com 38 SEA RAY SUNDANCER, 2001 WITH TWIN DIESEL, RADAR AND MUCH MORE AT $118.9K PLEASE CALL SHELLI 941-662-7951PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 39 2010 SEA RAY 390 Sedan Bridge is powered by the optional Cummins QSB 380 ETS diesel engines 250 hours. Fully serviced January 2016 including after coolers and the 7.0kW Onan diesel generator. Maintained. $259,900 stk #129191 Call Tim 401-413-9647 or time.blanchard@marinemax.com 28 2013 SEA FOX 285 COMMANDER w. Suzuki 300 hp 4 strokes only 192 hours.w/ dual axle trlr. Many options! Major B service 4/2016. stk# 131737 $89,950 BIG PRICE REDUCTION! Call Jeremy 941376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 28 HUNTER 28.5 WITH PLOTTER, PILOT, NEW BOTTOM, BIMINI AND MORE $10.9K 1987 CALL JIM 941-740-0389PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 28 SEA RAY SUNDANCER, TWIN GAS WITH LOTS OF NEW, $22.5K PLEASE CALL SHELLI 941-662-7951PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 30 2002 Pursuit 3000 Express: high end fishing & cruising express, twin inboard, well maintained Mercruisers, AC, rugged seaworthy fishing boat in excellent shape. Asking $76,000. Ray Mason, 941-505-7269 ray@pieroneyachtsales.com 30' 1988 Cruiser, Twin 350's, 10' Beam, Full Cabin, Bimini GPS, 2 FFs, Marine Radio. Lots of Potential! $9,999. 30' Sea Ray 1986 Weekender, Good Generator, No Motors. No Trailer. $3,500. Now $2,500. REDUCED!! 32 2006 BOSTON WHALER 32 Outrage w/ Twin Merc. Verados. 275 HP 4 strokes only 173 pampered hrs, stored inside. Gelcoat & motors shine, all interior vinyls are in exc. cond. Stk # 134321 call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 32' 1992 Hunter Vision: Care and maintenance are a priority with these owners. This vessel is in turnkey condition and is loaded with options and upgrades. A must see. Call broker for details. Asking only $38,000.Call Ray Mason, 941-661-4489 LOCAL BOATING SAFETY PROGRAMS U.S. POWER SQUADRONSSARASOTA POWER SQUADRON — 941-400-6467Sail Trim ..................................................................................................................... ........................7 p.m. Dec. 1VENICE SAIL & POWER SQUADRON — 941-408-8591Americas Boating Course (8 hr) ............................................................................................... ...8:30 a.m. Nov. 19PEACE RIVER SAIL & POWER SQUADRON — 941-637-0766 Using GPS ..................................................................................................................... ....................1 p.m. Nov. 19CAPE CORAL POWER SQUADRON — 239-549-9754Call for upcoming courses. „ Provided by Ron Jones COAST GUARD AUXILIARYPROGRAM DATE LOCATION CONTACTGPS for Mariners ...........................................Nov. 11 .................................Englewood ................ ..941-266-0002 GPS for Mariners ...........................................Nov. 14 .................................Venice .................. ......941-492-5904 About Boating Safely ....................................Nov 19 ..................................Fort Myers .................. .617-901-3933 About Boating Safely ....................................Nov 19 2016 .........................Lehigh Acres ...............239-6 94-6931 GPS for Mariners ...........................................Nov 21, 2016 ........................Venice ...................... ..941-492-5904 About Boating Safely ....................................Nov 26, 2016 ........................Fort Myers ...................239 -690-6780 „ Provided by Dave Nielsen THE CAPTAIN SCHOOLPROGRAM DATE LOCATION CONTACTFlorida Boat Safe ...........................................Nov. 12 .................................Gasparilla Marina ....... .239-549-0271 „ Provided by Jack Sanzalone THURSDAY Sunrise: 06:45 Sunset: 17:39 Moonrise: 15:03 Moonset: 02:19 Moon Phase 78% waxing Major Times 20:07 22:13 07:43 09:45 Minor Times 01:57 02:57 14:25 15:29Prediction: Good FRIDAY Sunrise: 06:45 Sunset: 17:39 Moonrise: 15:46 Moonset: 03:22 Moon Phase 87% waxing Major Times 21:00 23:06 08:36 10:38 Minor Times 02:50 03:50 15:18 16:22Prediction: Good SATURDAY Sunrise: 06:46 Sunset: 17:38 Moonrise: 16:30 Moonset: 04:26 Moon Phase 94% waxing Major Times 21:56 00:02 09:30 11:32 Minor Times 03:45 04:45 16:13 17:17Prediction: Very good SUNDAY Sunrise: 06:47 Sunset: 17:38 Moonrise: 17:18 Moonset: 05:33 Moon Phase 98% waxing Major Times 22:54 00:00 10:27 12:29 Minor Times 04:42 05:42 17:10 18:14Prediction: Very good MONDAY Sunrise: 06:48 Sunset: 17:37 Moonrise: 18:09 Moonset: 06:40 Moon Phase Full supermoon Major Times „ „ 11:26 13:28 Minor Times 05:40 06:44 17:12 18:12Prediction: Very good TUESDAY Sunrise: 06:48 Sunset: 17:37 Moonrise: 19:05 Moonset: 07:48 Moon Phase 98% waning Major Times 23:54 02:00 12:27 14:29 Minor Times 06:40 07:44 18:12 19:12Prediction: Very good WEDNESDAY Sunrise: 06:49 Sunset: 17:36 Moonrise: 20:03 Moonset: 08:53 Moon Phase 93% waning Major Times 00:56 03:02 13:29 15:31 Minor Times 07:43 08:47 19:15 20:15Prediction: Good SOLUNAR TABLES What is a solunar table? The sun and moon, even when they are out of sight, exert forces wild creatures can feel. These forces aect when sh and other animals feed. Weather and tide also play a role, but expect sh to be more active during the major and minor solunar times. 1 lb snapper fillets 1 bell pepper 1 sleeve Ritz crackers 1 tbsp honey In a blender, grind the crackers to crumbs. Remove from blender and then finely chop bell pepper in blender. Add to crumbs. Add the honey and mix well. In a shallow baking dish or glass pie plate, lay fillets in one layer. Top with crumb mixture to cover. Bake at 350°F for 20 minutes or until fish flakes. Serves 2. „ Recipe from JustSeafoodRecipes.comA clip-n-save seafood recipe provided by RITZY SNAPPER 1-1/2 lb grouper fillets 6 tbsp butter , softened 2 tbsp fresh chives , chopped 1 tbsp lemon juice 1/3 cup milk 1-1/2 cups bread crumbs Rinse fish and pat dry. In small bowl, combine butter, chives and lemon juice. Spread butter mixture evenly on one side of fillets. Roll up fillet starting at thin end. Pour milk into shallow dish. Dip rolled fillet into milk. Coat with bread crumbs and place in baking dish. Bake in preheated 400°F oven for 12-15 minutes (10-12 minutes for thinner fillets), or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Serves 4.A clip-n-save seafood recipe provided by GROUPER KIEV„ Recipe from JustSeafoodRecipes.com

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€ Page 23 € November 10, 2016 Eddyline C-135 Yak Attack Fishing Kayak Winner ICAST 2015 Best Boat 13'5" long 34' wide, all essentials that Yak attack anglers require.$2599 941-966-5477 A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Trl. N. Nokomis Eddyline Sandpiper Kayak It's light, 12' long, fast and only weights 38lbs. $1329 A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Trl. N. Nokomis 941-966-5477 Elie Shoal 120 Kayak Great entry level kayak, very stable 12', only 47lbs, 375 capacity. $599 A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Tr N Nokomis, 941-966-5477 Malibu XL Tandem Kayak1 time deal incl. 2 free paddles &1 time special color blend on the most popular tandem kayak made. Can be paddled as a double or single. $849. 941-966-5477A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Tr l. N. Nokomis Ocean Kayak Trident 11 Great deal on cosmetic blem boat 11'5" long only 56lbs 3 rod holders, hybrid seat Reg price $999. Now $849. A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Trl. N. Nokomis 941-966-5477 Old Town Vapor 10 Angler Great deal on 'blem" kayak 10' long, only 49lbs, anchor and 2 rod holders. $409 941-966-5477 A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Trl. N. Nokomis Predator PDL Pedal Kayak: Not first on market but the best! Hands free fishing with reverse. 13'2" Long 36" Wide. $2799.99 Call 941-966-5477 A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Trl. N. Nokomis PROWLER 13 ANGLER KAYAK-SPECIAL DEAL 13'4 long 56lbs Free Carlisle paddle Reg price is $899 without paddle Now $849 with paddle. Inone time special color.A Silent Sports Outfitter 2 30 1 Tamiami Tr N Nokomis Fl 9 41966 5 477 40' 1988 Albin Sundeck: Owned by an exp. Captain, ready for the Keys or the Bahamas. 3.4 gals per hour at 8kts. Two staterooms, two heads, great shape. Asking $74,900. Call Ray Mason 941-505-7269 ray@pieroneyachtsales.com 42 2001 SEA RAY 420 Aft Cabin, diesel power, She offers all the comforts for extended trips, Huge full beam aft stateroom, 2 heads w/ separate showers, large galley with lots of storage, whether you are cruising or at the dock you will have plenty of room for the occasion. Loaded w/ options $139,900 stk # 126872 call Beth 941-232-5630 or beth.taylor@marinemax.com 44 CARVER 440, 1995 WITH TWIN DIESEL, CUSTOM HARD-TOP AND MUCH MORE. PLEASE CALL SHELLI 941-662-7951PUNTA GORDA YACHT BROKERS 45' 2005 Hunter 456 Passage: Loaded in like new cond! Fully maintained & upgraded. 2 staterooms, 2 heads, upgraded electronics, gen set & MORE! If your looking for a turnkey long range cruise look no further. Asking $189,900. Ray Mason, 941505-7269 @pieroneyachtsales.com 48 2004 SEA RAY Sedan Bridge TCummins SQM-11s 640 hp each, only 799 hours. Exc. cond. & equipped with TNT lift, AB tenders, 3 staterooms/ 2 heads Bow thruster, bridge air & lots more. Must see to appreciate, priced to sell at $341,950 stk. #122216 Call Jeremy 941-376-3345 or Jeremy.bradshaw@marinemax.com 53' 1998 Carver Voyager Pilothouse: Stunning, like new and turnkey. This luxury vessel is ready for comfortable, long range cruising. 3 staterooms, upper and lower helm stations, new electronics, quality throughout and much more. Call Ray Mason at 941-505-7269 Baja Standup Paddle Board Get started with this great priced poly board 10' long, 47lbs, super durable. $399. Call 941-966-5477 A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Trl. N. Nokomis Bic Adventure Cross Standup & Fish The paddle board is great for fishing. 2016 closeout special on lime color. Reg price $1199. Now $999 A Silent Sports Outfitter 2301 Tamiami Trl N. Nokomis, 941-966-5477 pass at the southern tip of Manasota Key. The natural and human history of the area will be discussed, along with the dredging of the pass and the planned building of a jetty. The walk is free, but Stump Pass State Park entry fee is $3 per vehicle. Call 941-830-8922 for more info.TRAIL GUIDES NEEDEDEnjoy learning about and teaching others about nature? Looking for a fun and educational way to meet like minded people? Consider becoming a trail guide volunteer with Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center at Cedar Point Park (2300 Placida Road, Englewood). From now through April, volunteers are need as trail guides to lead guided nature walks through several local Charlotte County properties. These are on both weekdays and weekends from approximately 9 to 11 a.m. To start o the new volunteers, there will be a trail guide training session at 10 a.m. Nov. 16 at Cedar Point Park. Come and learn some plants, animals and interpretive techniques that may help you lead these walks in the woods. Contact Bobbi Rodgers at 941-475-0769 or bobbi@ CHECorida.org. To learn more about CHEC, go to CHECFlorida.org or visit us on FaceBook.CCA SARASOTA BANQUET & AUCTIONThe Sarasota County Chapter of the Coastal Conservation Associations 30th annual banquet and auction will be held Nov. 18 at The Hyatt Regency Sarasota. This event will include an exciting live and silent auction as well as an extensive rae that will include local, out-of-state, and exotic shing/hunting trips, sh and wildlife artwork, sculptures, jewelry, a Hells Bay ski, a Pathnder bay boat, a Contender oshore boat, Yamaha outboards, shing tackle, and much more. The fun begins at 6 p.m. with a 2-hour open bar, silent auction, and rae. Dinner will be served by The Hyatt at 7:30 p.m. followed by the live auction. Individual tickets are $100 per person and include dinner, 2hour open bar and CCA membership. Couples tickets are $180. Corporate sponsorships begin at $1,200. For more info or to purchase tickets, call Adam Miller at 941-270-0895.YACHT CLUB OPEN HOUSEThe Isles Yacht Club (1780 West Marion Ave., Punta Gorda) will be holding an open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 19. For more info, call 941-639-7551, visit them online through Facebook or at IslesYC.com.LEMON BAY PARK FIELD TRIPThe Mangrove Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will host a eld trip at 9 a.m. Nov. 26 at Lemon Bay Park (570 Bay Park Blvd., Englewood). Join them to learn about native plants and wildlife, along with some interesting facts about the area ecology. Lemon Bay Park includes 210 acres that showcase pine atwoods, freshwater marshes, and the mangrove-lined shores of Lemon Bay o the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. For more info, contact Denny Girard at 941-474-1492 or DennyG29@msn.com. The Florida Native Plant Society promotes the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.WILD WEDNESDAY FILM SERIESThe Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center invites the public to join master naturalist Cindy Christel as she presents the Wild Wednesday lm series in the Event Hall at CHECs administrative oce (10941 Burnt Store Road, Punta Gorda). This is free and open to the public. Video and discussion sessions include: Dec. 7, BBC-Human Planet-ArcticŽ; Jan. 4, National Geographic Classics-SharksŽ; Jan. 18, Coastal Dune Lakes-Jewels of Floridas Emerald CoastŽ; Feb. 1, PBS-Fabulous FrogsŽ; Feb. 15, The Gathering Swarms-Bats, Butteries, and MoreŽ; March 1, Galapagos-Born of FireŽ; March 15, Life in the Undergrowth-Super OrganismsŽ; April 5, Nature-Owl Power.Ž All lms start at 10:30 a.m. For more info, call 941-5755435, or visit CHECFlorida.org.CHRISTMAS LIGHT CRUISESThe Nav-A-Gator Grill & Marina (9700 SW Riverview Circle, Lake Suzy) announces its Christmas Lights Canal Cruises starting Dec. 9. This custom cruise is designed for individuals and groups such as churches, clubs and organizations with an aordable price. Passengers will enjoy Christmas music, beautiful holiday decorations and caroling. The tour boat can seat 30 people comfortably, and you may bring your own beverages for the ride. The boat departs at 5:30 and 7:30 nightly from the public boat ramp at Laishley Marina in Punta Gorda and travels through many of the decorated canals of Punta Gorda Isles. Tours are approximately 90 minutes long. Advanced reservations are required. For more info or reservations, call 941-627-3474.FREE VESSEL SAFETY CHECKSThe Coast Guard Auxiliary is conducting free vessel safety checks in Englewood. Theyll make sure the safety equipment mandated by federal and state regulations is onboard. If an inspected vessel is found to be safe, a Seal of SafetyŽ decal is awarded to the boat owner and axed in a prominent location. For more info or to schedule an appointment, call Bill Shaw at 941-474-2705 or email ShawCo1@att.net. Visit Flotilla 87 at CoastGuardEnglewood.com for more info and a schedule of classes. The following outings will be held by the Greater Charlotte Harbor Sierra Club. Outings are free and the public is invited to attend. For kayak trips, all participants must provide their own watercraft, PFD and be able to swim. Voluntary donations to the club are always appreciated. Call the listed number for more info. PADDLE THE WOOLVERTON TRAIL: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 14. Explore the extensive mangrove tunnels of Lemon Bay then paddle to Big Dog Island with Florida master naturalist Helen Buonviri and Bill Schuyler. Enjoy a leisurely lunch/snack exploring Big Dog before returning to the launch area. Reserve at 941-467-0974 (Helen) or 941-763-9248 (Bill). KAYAK SHELL CREEK: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 16. Shell Creek is now coming in bloom with lavender banks of Climbing Asters. Join us as we paddle with master naturalist Rick Fried, who lives on the creek. Reserve at 941-637-8805. NATURE WALK AT SHELL CREEK PRESERVE: Join Florida master naturalists Jim Knoy and Jamie Reynolds from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Nov. 17 as they explore this mixed habitat while discussing threatened and endangered species. Must reserve at 303-868-8337. NATURE WALK AT DEEP CREEK PRESERVE: Take an informative walk from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Nov. 21 with Florida master naturalists John Phillips and Jamie Reynolds through pine atwoods, wetland marshes and hardwood hammocks. 941-639 -7468. PADDLE LETTUCE LAKE: This is one of our most popular outings. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 22. With master naturalist Rick Fried, we will kayak from Lettuce Lake through narrow twisting channels to the Peace River. Down river, we will pause to have lunch at the Nav-A-Gator Restaurant before returning on a shorter, dierent route. Reserve at 941-637-8805. KAYAK MYAKKAHATCHEE CREEK: You will test your skills from 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 27 on this twisting, jungle creek in North Port with Allain Hale.Portaging is required in two places, so be in shape for this.Must reserve at 941-423-2713. SIERRA CLUB OUTINGSFROM PAGE 3BULLETIN BOARD The Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center and the Charlotte County Natural Resource Department will be conducting the following free guided walks and programs. Unless noted, all walks begin at 9 a.m. For directions or more info, call 941-475-0769. NOV. 10 & 20: Join a CHEC naturalist on a guided walk through the old growth pine atwoods and mangrove fringe of 125-acre Oyster Creek/Ann Dever Regional Park in Englewood. Meet at the west entrance (6791 San Casa Road, Englewood). NOV. 14 & 29: Join a CHEC naturalist on a guided walk through Tippecanoe II Mitigation Preserve (16259 Joppa Ave., Port Charlotte). This 150-acre preserve is home to several families of the threatened Florida scrub jay. Meet in the parking lot. NOV. 22 & 27: Join Gloria Hansen on a guided walk through the scrub and pine atwoods of 217-acre Amberjack Environmental Park in Rotonda. Meet in the parking lot at the end of Gasparilla Pines Blvd. NOV. 22 & 26: Get wild and wet! Join Martha Clements at Cedar Point Park on a Seagrass Adventure Wading Trip into Lemon Bay in search of marine organisms such as sea horses, crabs and juvenile sh. Pre-registration required. NOV. 23: Bring the pre-school wee ones to Cedar Point Environmental Park (2300 Placida Road, Englewood) at 10 a.m. for a one-hour Little Explorers Adventure. Stories, crafts, puppets, hikes and more will acquaint the pre-schoolers about the natural world around us. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-registration required. NOV. 28: Join Gloria Hansen on a guided walk through the 81-acre Bill Coy/Buck Creek Preserve (5350 Placida Road, Englewood). The parking lot has been expanded over the summer, so parking is no longer a problem. CHEC FIELD TRIPS 1 pound lump crab meat 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil , plus more for drizzling 1 roasted red bell pepper , seeded and diced 1 tbsp minced fresh chives 1 tbsp torn fresh basil Juice and grated zest of 1 lemon Salt and black pepper to taste Fresh whole baguette Slice baguette into quarter-inch slices. Brush both sides with garlic butter and bake in a preheated 375°F oven 6 to 7 minutes, turning once, until golden brown but not too crispy. Set aside to cool. Pick through crab meat to remove any bits of shell. Transfer to a nonreactive bowl. Add olive oil, roasted bell pepper, chives, basil, lemon juice and zest and mix well. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Top each crostini with about 1 tbsp crab mixture. Drizzle with olive oil and serve. „ Recipe adapted from All-Fish-Seafood-Recipes.comA clip-n-save seafood recipe provided by CROSTINI WITH LUMP CRAB

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€ Page 24 € November 10, 2016 MARLIN FIGHT GOES TO COURTA messy controversy over the $2.8 million top prize in the worlds largest billsh tournamentŽ has turned into a federal case. According to a Baltimore Sun last week, the dispute arose after a Florida angler caught the winning 76.5-pound white marlin in the White Marlin Open in August. Organizers said Phil Heasley lied about the big catch and then unked two lie-detector tests. The Sun reports that organizers now want a federal judge to disqualify Heasley so they can redistribute the $2.8 million to the also-rans. Heasley hasnt seen a dime yet and wants the judge to rule in his favor. Big shing tournaments like the White Marlin Open, which is held o Ocean City, Maryland, use polygraphs to prevent cheating. Theres no policeman out in the ocean,Ž White Marlin Open president Jim Motsko told the Sun. To keep it from being a free-for-all, we learned real quick, you got to have rules and stick with them.Ž The complaint against Heasley says he altered the time he caught the sh on paperwork from 8:15 a.m. to 9:05 a.m. The tournament has a rule that doesnt allow sh to be caught before 8:30 a.m. The Sun reported that Heasley has denied breaking any rules and questions the validity of the lie detector tests. His lawyer wrote that the time the sh was caught was changed to reect the correct time.ŽDIVERS ARGUE SHARKFEEDING BANA congressional bill that seeks to ban shark-feeding shows in federal waters, including the Florida Keys, sharply divides many in the diving community. U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) in June added the feeding-ban language to Senate Bill 3099, the Access for Sportshing Act of 2016. The bill, yet to be approved, includes language that would make it illegal in federal water to engage in shark feeding; or to operate a vessel for the purpose of carrying a passenger for hire to any site to engage in shark feeding or to observe shark feeding.Ž The bill species that using chum or bait to attract sharks for harvest would not be prohibited. When people feed sharks, it can change their behavior and cause them to start associating people with food,Ž a spokesman for Nelson told the Sun-Sentinel in August. This puts divers at risk.Ž In October, the Diving Equipment and and Marketing Association, the industrys largest trade group, came out against the bill. DEMA says the concern about sharks associating divers with food is erroneous.Ž The bill unnecessarily eliminates the opportunity for thousands of divers each year to actively and safely engage in observing sharks and prevents divers from gaining a better understanding of this creature,Ž says the DEMA statement. But John Russell, founder of the Florida Association of Diving Instructors, strongly endorses the feeding ban. These people say feeding sharks doesnt condition them. Thats not true,Ž Russell said. Animals have two thoughts: Are you food? and Yikes! Feeding them turns yikes into food.ŽFISH WITH NO SMELL?In Tokyo, slices of buri, or Japanese amberjack, line the shelves at Ito-Yokado, one of Japans major supermarket chains. But these are not your standard amberjack llets; they are odorless amberjack developed by Professor Masahiko Ariji at Kindai University, famous for its work in culturing bluen tuna. Professor Ariji and his colleagues spent ve years developing and commercializing odor-free amberjack. In January 2016, they began selling the sh to retailers after teaming up with a university-aliated wholesaler. The secret to odorless amberjack lies in the feed. Professor Arijis team changed the diet of their amberjack by reducing the ratio of shmeal to 28 per cent. They made up the dierence with other alternatives such as soybean meal and other vegetable proteins that were mixed together with chicken meal. This created a savory taste, and green tea powder was also used to remove the shy smell. They also worked with a private company to create a special vacuum packaging design to prevent oxidation, which can also cause odors. The sh was a huge hit with participants.I HAVE AN OCTOMERGENCYROCK HILL, S.C. „ Police in Rock Hill arrested a man after they say he called 911 multiple times, harassing dispatchers. Police say that John Dargan Barron, 69, rst called 911 just after 11 p.m. Wednesday, asking the dispatcher how many legs an octopus has. When ocers arrived at his home, they found Barron to be intoxicated and warned him not to call 911 again unless it was for an emergency. About 30 minutes later, ocers were again dispatched to Barrons home when he called 911 asking if the Russian alphabet was the same as the English alphabet. When ocers arrived at Barrons home, police say that he was not wearing any pants. Ocers helped Barron get dressed and placed him under arrest. Ocers say that Barron was verbally abusive toward the ocers and oered passive resistance before refusing to get in the back of a police cruiser despite being clearly physically able to do so.Ž When the ocers took Barron to police headquarters, he refused to get out of the car, telling ocers he was stuck in the backseat. Barron was charged with violation of the 911 statute and resisting police.WHALE PUKE = HAPPINESSThree Omani shermen have hit the jackpot after scooping 175 pounds of oating rare whale vomitŽ expected to net them a mind-boggling $2.5 million. Khalid Al Sinani, who is in his late 30s, found oating ambergris on the shores of Qurayat province last week. Ambergris is a very costly wax that originates as a secretion in the intestines of the sperm whale. It can be found oating in tropical seas and is used to manufacture perfume. After 20 years of hand-tomouth life as a sherman, Khalids childhood dream of winning the sea lottery came true on the morning of Oct. 30 when he, along with two of his friends, saw a mass of ambergris oating on the sea, releasing a nasty smell. We used a rope to collect it and carry it inside the boat,Ž Khalid was quoted as saying by the Times of Oman. I was told earlier that ambergris has an icky smell, but after a couple of days it imparts a pleasant scent. We rushed back to the beach with joy and happiness,Ž he said.HIS PAIN, YOUR GAINA sailor was looking at a local yacht clubs bulletin board listing and took a second glance when he saw that a two-year-old 45 foot motorsailer was selling for $1,000. At rst he thought it was a misprint or the sailboat had major problems, But after making the call, a lady at the other end assured him all was correct and the boat was in tip-top condition. She would meet him at the club in a hour to let him look it over. After looking it over, he was astounded. This has got to be one of the nest sailboats I ever seen,Ž he told the lady, Why do you have such a small price on it?Ž She answered, My husband left with his receptionist and we got a divorce. For the settlement, I get the house and he gets the money raised from the sale of the boat.Ž Oddities, rumors, allegations, suggestions, suppositions, random thoughts and the occasional outright lie Charlotte Sports Park 2300 El Jobean Rd. S.R. 776 in Port Charlotte, 2.5 miles west of U.S. 41 Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016 10 A . M . TO 3 P . M . Admission and parking are free . Tote bags will be given as a gift (1 per group while supplies last). 17th Annual Charlotte Harbor Nature Festival adno=713224 Join us at the Festival where young and old can enjoy a day outdoors discovering the natural environment of southwest Florida. € Hands-on activities. € Guided walks and wagon rides. € Childrens Discovery Zone. € Free fishing poles to children 4-14 who pass an on-site fishing and fishing course € Meet representatives from 60 local environmental organizations. € Mote Marine Laboratory touch tank. € Native plant sale. € Raffle and so much more. Visit www.CHNEP.org/CHNF.html to learn more or search for the Charlotte Harbor Nature Festival on YouTube. SPONSORS € Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program € Charlotte County Community Services € Mosaic € Tents and Events € WGCU Public Media € Mote Marine Laboratory € Fish Florida Roseate Spoonbills and Mangroves | Linda Soderquist, lindasislandart.com Refreshments and lunch will be available for purchase.