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Charlotte sun herald

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Title:
Charlotte sun herald
Uniform Title:
Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
Running title:
Sun herald
Place of Publication:
Charlotte Harbor, FL
Publisher:
Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
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Daily
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English

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Newspapers -- Charlotte Harbor (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Charlotte County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte
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26.966141 x -82.068026

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Also issued on microfilm from Crest Technologies.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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"An edition of The Sun Herald."

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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36852667 ( OCLC )
sn 97027762 ( LCCN )
ocm36852667

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THE SUNCrosswords ........10 Obituaries ...........5 Police Beat ..........4 Viewpoint ...........8 Opinion ...............9OUR TOWNCalendar ..............9 Local News .......1-8 Wheels .............4,6NEWS WIREComics/Puzzles ....5-7 Nation .................3 State ...................2 Stocks ...............3-4 World ..................2SPORTSLocal Sports ........3 Lottery ................2 Sports on TV ........2 Weather ..............8 CRITICAL WEEK IN HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLCharlotte vs. Port Charlotte game is a must-win for the Pirates. See SPORTS Vol. 126 | Issue No. 300 www.yoursun.com AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY $1.50 AN EDITION OF THE SUNSaturday, October 27, 2018High 83 Low 61Less humid, 10% chance of rainPulitzer Prize winner2016 7 05252000258 CHARLIE SAYSVote early!CALL US ATDAILY $1.50 FIND US ONLINE CHARLOTTE SUN941-206-1000www.yoursun.com AP PHOTOThis Nov. 1, 2017, photo shows a van with windows covered with an assortment of stickers in Well, Fla. Federal authorities took Cesar Sayoc into custody on Friday, and con“ scated his van, which appears to be the same one, at an auto parts store in Plantation, Fla., in connection with the mail-bomb scare that has targeted prominent Democrats from coast to coast. PHOTO PROVIDEDFacebook photo of bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc Cesar Sayoc By BRIANNA KWASNIKSTAFF WRITERCharlotte County voters who requested a vote-bymail ballot on Oct. 12 may have noticed a more than 10-day delay in receiving them. According to the of“ ce of Charlotte County Supervisor of Elections, a vendor error resulted in a delay in getting out the ballots requested on that day. A preliminary investigation conducted by the supervisor of elections found 1,500 ballots were affected. The vendor, Election Systems & Software (ES&S) is in Omaha, Nebraska. When a vote-by-mail ballot is requested, the supervisors of“ ce sends the information to the vendor. The vendor then sends information back to the Supervisor of Elections to con“ rm that they were sent out. In this case, the countys Supervisor of Elections Paul Stamoulis said it was con“ rmed ballots requested on Oct. 12 were ultimately sent out. A similar issue was reported from Cache County, Utah, in June involving ES&S. There was a delay for some voters receiving their ballots. As the Herald Journal in Logan, Utah, reported earlier this year, a spokesperson for the company said an investigation was taking place regarding the matter. ES&S said that incident and what happened in Charlotte County are not related.1,500 vote-by-mail ballots delayedVendor overlooked some Charlotte votersBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITERNORTH PORT „ Voters who use the Supervisor of Elections Of“ ce in North Port can get more than just an I VotedŽ sticker. They can get a free ” ower if they like, thanks to Andree Belliveau of North Port Natural Florist. Belliveau started giving out ” owers eight years ago when she took over the shop next door to the Supervisors of“ ce. These days, with many people taking advantage of early voting, there is a line in front of the Supervisors of“ ce „ and the ” orist shop as well. As a new owner, I decided to give out ” owers every even-numbered year,Ž Belliveau said. She estimates shes given away about 300 per day, since early voting began Monday. The number of ” owers should go up, as early voting continues through Nov. 3 in Sarasota County. (Its Nov. 4 in Charlotte County.) This election has seen a record number of voters turning out for primaries and now the general election in both Sarasota and Charlotte counties.Have you voted? Its likely your neighbors have SUN PHOTO BY ALEXANDRA HERRERAThe sign outside North Port Natural Florist encourages voters to stop in after their visit to the Supervisor of Elections o ce. By MICHAEL BALSAMO, ERIC TUCKER and COLLEEN LONGASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON „ A Florida man with a long criminal history was charged Friday in the nationwide mail-bomb scare targeting prominent Democrats who traded criticism with President Donald Trump, a signi“ cant break in a case that seized the national conversation and spread fear of election-season violence with little precedent in the U.S. Justice Department of“ cials announced “ ve federal charges against Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, Florida, and revealed that DNA and a “ ngerprint found on a package helped them identify the suspect after a “ ve-day investigation that heightened unease with each additional explosive discovery. None of the bombs exploded, but FBI Director Chris Wray said Friday, These are not hoax devices.Ž Sayoc, an amateur body builder who 16 years earlier was on probation for a bomb threat charge, has social media accounts that vilify Democrats and praise the president. Misspellings from his online posts matched mistakes found on the packages, according to an 11-page criminal complaint.DNA, fingerprints led FBI to mail bomb suspectFBI says bombs were not a hoaxBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITERA man nicknamed Cheddar,Ž accused of luring a woman to his apartment to rape her last weekend, has been charged in a related case, involving a second victim he allegedly raped the same night. The 28-yearold victim reported the incident on Tuesday, stating like the first victim, she too was sexually battered by Albert CheddarŽ Thomas, 47, and Rodney McSwain, 49, according to the Charlotte County Sheriffs Office. Thomas is currently in custody at the Charlotte County Jail, while law enforcement officials are searching for McSwain. According to an arrest affidavit, the victim was picked up by McSwain on the night of Oct. 19. He drove her to a travel trailer on the 2600 block of Dixie Avenue, where Thomas was inside wearing no pants. A female, later identified as the victim in the prior case, came out of the back room stating she had to pick someone up. As soon as the first victim left, Thomas and McSwain began smoking crack, according to the arrest affidavit. The female consumed four shots of vodka. Thomas began getting paranoid, accusing her of being a confidential informant and checking her earrings for wires and bugs, she told law enforcement. He then removed a gun from the bed, pointing it first at McSwain and then at the victim, telling her he would blow her brains outŽ if she did not get naked and get on the bed, the affidavit stated. The victim told authorities he then raped her and forced her to perform sexual acts on both himself and McSwain. The victims drivers license had fallen out of her pocket and she told authorities that when she tried to get it from Thomas, he threw it across the trailer toward the head of the bed. Cops say Cheddar raped another womanSame night, 2 incidents THOMAS INSIDEEarly voting is available through Nov. 4 in Charlotte County and Nov. 3 in Sarasota County. How and where to vote early, see page 5RAPED | 4 BALLOTS | 5 VOTED | 5 INSIDEBomb suspect was cashstrapped ex-stripper devoted to Trump. See The News WireDNA | 4

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Bonness, the contractor hired by the city for the job, kicked off the reconstruction of the Laishley Park roundabout in July, adding 41 additional parking spots for the area. It came out very nice,Ž said City Manager Howard Kunik at a City Council meeting earlier this month. The contractor just quietly did the work and quietly left.Ž The total cost of the work has been projected to be $273,638. The “nal invoice has not been processed yet,Ž wrote Melissa Reichert, city communications manager, in an email to the Sun (City) staff is showing a balance of $66,833 on the purchase order,Ž said Reichert. Staff would expect that the invoice will be provided to the city and payment will be completed as soon as all remaining tasks are completed.Ž The new lot tucks in between the eastern side of the existing roundabout and the Laishley Crab House center building. The eastern portion, or the section next to the Crab House, has been reconstructed as a driveway leading to the new parking lot. You really dont even realize that this was just done,Ž said Council member Nancy Prafke. It looks like it was supposed to be that way.Ž Bonness was the lowest bidder for the project, according to city staff. The city solicited 342 vendors. Forty-one companies viewed the request but only three responded. Project design and engineering was paid for by the land lease holder of the Laishley Crab House Center building. Construction was funded by the 1 percent sales tax and park impact fees. Bonness is a family-owned and operated full-service paving and site-work contractor experienced in serving counties and municipalities in Southwest Florida. The pet-friendly park at 120 Laishley Court provides 17 acres with amenities that include a 400-foot “shing pier, an interactive fountain, concert area and event lawn, and walking paths along Punta Gorda Pathways and Harborwalk.Email: dsutphin@sun-herald.comPunta Gorda wraps up new parking at Laishley By BETSY CALVERTSTAFF WRITERAfter the departure of a member of the Charlotte Harbor Community Redevelopment Agencys advisory committee, commissioners have selected a local real estate and insurance agency owner, Shaune Freeland as the newest member. Lawyer John Haymans left earlier this summer to protest a new policy that bars the committee from reviewing specific proposals, such as the planned Sunseeker Resort along Charlotte Harbor by Allegiant Travel Company. If approved by commissioners, the committee will only review general policy options for the zone, which is considered blighted. Two people applied for the volunteer job. The other candidate was a civil engineer, Clay Rebol, who works for Banks Engineering. Committee Chairman James Herston is also a civil engineer. Banks Engineering has worked on the Sunseeker project, which has been at the center of much of the work of the redevelopment agency. Commissioners voted by undisclosed ballot for their choice. Meanwhile, two positions remain open on another community redevelopment advisory committee for Murdock Village. Both candidates for Charlotte Harbor live in the Punta Gorda area, but their businesses are located in the redevelopment zone across the river. Freeland owns Harbor Insurance of Florida, which is located in the Harbor Nissan dealership. On her application, she wrote that she hopes to encourage economic development, preserve historic buildings, retain and recruit businesses, enhance parks and recreation, attract private investment into blighted areas and prevent crime. 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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSBy LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITERNORTH PORT „ State candidates have been knocking on doors, attending campaign events and plastering their faces across signs along streets. But one thing they had yet to do was attend a forum in North Port. North Port Vice Mayor Linda Yates and Venice Mayor John Holic wanted to give South County constituents a chance to meet the candidates for state seats in their own backyard. The importance with these meetings is you have to know who youre working with,Ž Holic said. Its very important to keep close to elected of“cials in your community and for those elected of“cials to keep close to county and state (of“cials). Theres a lot to do and just have to look at commonalities „ half your city has a Venice address.Ž A candidate forum was held Thursday night at the Gardens of North Port assisted living facility, 4900 S. Sumter Blvd., where four of the “ve candidates for State House and State Senate faced off on various questions. James Buchanan, who is running for Florida House District 74, was absent from the event. Its unfortunate Im not running against Linda (Yates, who competed against Buchanan in the primary) because then we would be sure we would have someone caring about this district,Ž said Tony Mowry, Buchanans Democrat opponent for District 74. The questions asked by government of“cials and residents alike largely focused on „ unsurprisingly „ North Port. Candidates pointed to the huge growth and how keeping up with it could be a problem for the city. River Road is the only hurricane route out of here, theres not enough hurricane shelters, theres no hospital here even with the growth,Ž said Faith Olivia Babis, a Democrat running for Florida Senate District 23. Were installing lights for traf“c without widening roads, without providing alternate means of transportation. So I think keeping pace with development and every aspect of infrastructure is a problem, as with most of the county, but really here.Ž Others believe North Ports younger demographic is facing more issues of unemployment due to the large portion of population falling in the working class community ranks. Affordable housing and the economy of jobs is the biggest issue in the nation right now and that goes for Florida as well,Ž said Joe Gruters, a Republican running for Florida Senate District 23 said. I understand the pain these guys go through, so in Tallahassee, I will try to give everyone the ability to move up so everybody wins.Ž The hospital became a recurring topic, both about the issues caused by not having one, as well as trying to eradicate the certi“cate of need. The certificate of need is currently required by Florida law in order to build a hospital. North Ports certi“cate of need application has been rejected multiple times over the years, most recently in 2017. That process is obviously broken and Ive talked with Vice Mayor Yates at length about it,Ž Mowry said. Its a process that needs to at least be looked at or repealed. I live in Venice „ theres no reason were getting two hospitals and North Port is getting none.Ž But many commended North Port on its growth in other areas, speci“cally pointing to the Braves spring training stadium slated to open in April. North Port is just growing, its booming,Ž said Robert Kaplan, an independent running for Florida House District 74 said. It will be the next Sarasota in the next couple of years. I come to North Port at least once or twice a month and it seems like every time i come down here something is popping up. Im glad you have the Braves coming in and I wish you could get USF (North Port campus) back. Maybe well work on that. Just keep doing what youre doing.Ž Early voting in Sarasota County runs until Nov. 3 and polls are open 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Election Day is Nov. 6 and of“ces are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.Email: lcoey@sun-herald.comNorth Port takes center stage at state candidate forum SUN PHOTO BY LAUREN COFFEYVenice Mayor John Holic and North Port Vice Mayor Linda Yates hosted a state candidate forum at the Gardens of North Port assis ted living facility on Thursday night. This is the rst forum for the state candidates in North Port. *Subject to credit approval. Minimum Monthly Payments Required. We reserve the right to discontinue or alter the terms of this oer at any time. See store for details.17701 Murdock Circle € Port Charlotte941-625-4493Mon-Fri 10am-7pm € Sat 10am-6pm www.baconsfurniture.com € POWERED CONTROL € POWERED HEADREST € USB CHARGING PORTS € EXTENDED FOOTREST € CUP HOLDERS € STORAGE CONSOLE SAVE AN ADDITIONAL10%OUR SALE PRICE ON ALL CLUB LEVEL COLLECTIONS OFFadno=3624965-1

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Page 4 C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018FROM PAGE ONE When the victim reported the incident, detectives recalled the license, which had been photographed during a search warrant related to the “rst rape case, the af“davit stated. The victim told law enforcement she tried multiple times throughout the night to get dressed and leave the trailer, but Thomas would repeatedly take her clothing and throw it out of her reach so she couldnt leave. Around 6 a.m., a female Thomas said was his girlfriend began calling him, and he let the victim leave, records show. McSwain agreed to take the victim home but instead, he allegedly drove her to a wooded area near Orlando Boulevard and Veterans Boulevard, where he requested a sexual act in exchange for drugs. Thomas was charged with sexual battery, false imprisonment, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and battery. McSwain, who has not yet been apprehended, has a warrant out for his arrest in the “rst rape case and an open probable cause af“davit in relation to the second case. He is accused of sexual battery in the most recently reported rape case and sexual battery and false imprisonment in the earlier case.Email: aeasker@sun-herald.comRAPEDFROM PAGE 1 He registered as a Republican in Florida in March 2016, before the election that sent Trump to the White House, and voted early in subsequent elections, according to of“cials. Fridays arrest capped a nationwide manhunt for the sender of at least 13 explosive devices addressed to prominent Democrats including former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton. The case continued widening Friday with new packages addressed to New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and former National Intelligence Director James Clapper „ both similar to those containing pipe bombs sent to other Trump critics. Even as Sayoc was detained, investigators in California scrutinized a package sent to Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris, her of“ce said. Trump, after Sayoc was apprehended, declared that we must never allow political violence take root in AmericaŽ and that Americans must unify.Ž That marked a change in tone from his Twitter post earlier Friday complaining that this bomb stuffŽ was taking attention away from the upcoming election and that critics were wrongly blaming him and his heated rhetoric for stoking violence. In his remarks after the arrest, as in his comments throughout the week, Trump did not mention that the package recipients were all Democrats or of“cials in Obamas administration, in addition to CNN, a news network he criticizes almost daily. Sayoc was arrested near an auto parts store in Plantation, Florida, north of Miami. Across the street, Thomas Fiori, a former federal law enforcement of“cer, said he heard a small explosion „ possibly a ”ash-bangŽ device police use as a distraction „ and saw about 50 armed of“cers swarm a man standing outside a white van. They ordered Sayoc to the ground, Fiori said, and he did not resist. Of“cers were later seen examining the van, its windows covered with stickers. The stickers included images of Trump, American ”ags and what appeared to be logos of the Republican National Committee and CNN, though the writing surrounding those images was unclear. Law enforcement of“cials told the AP that the devices, containing timers and batteries, were not rigged to explode upon opening. But they were uncertain whether the devices were poorly designed or never intended to cause physical harm. Authorities noted that they included energetic material.Ž FBI Special Agent David Brown said in a footnote to the charging document that such explosive material gives off heat and energy through a rapid exothermic reaction when initiated by heat, shock or friction.Ž Investigators believe the mailings were staggered rather than sent all at once. Of“cials were working to make sure they hadnt overlooked others. Attorney General Jeff Sessions cautioned that Sayoc had only been charged, not convicted. Court records showed convictions of Sayoc for grand theft and misdemeanor theft and a 2002 arrest on a felony charge of threatening to throw or place a bomb. His lawyer in that case told the AP it involved a heated conversation with a Florida utility representative. Sayoc “led for chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2012, informing the court he had $4,175 in personal property and more than $21,000 in debts. His name is also listed on business records tied to dry cleaning and catering businesses. Records show he was born in New York and according to an online resume he attended college in North Carolina. Most of those targeted this week were past or present U.S. of“cials, but packages also were sent to actor Robert De Niro and billionaire George Soros. The bombs have been sent across the country „ from New York, Delaware and Washington, D.C., to Florida and California, where Rep. Maxine Waters was targeted. They bore the return address of Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee. The common thread among the bomb targets was obvious: of“ceholders and others who have criticized Trump and have been harshly criticized in return. The package to Clapper was addressed to him at CNNs Midtown Manhattan address. Clapper, a frequent Trump critic, told CNN that he was not surprised he was targeted and that he considered the actions de“nitely domestic terrorism.Ž The “rst bomb discovered was delivered Monday to the suburban New York compound of Soros, a major contributor to Democratic causes. Soros has called Trumps presidency dangerous.ŽDNAFROM PAGE 1The Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € William James Winterstein, 43, 100 block of Annapolis Lane, Rotonda West. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: $1,095. € Gerald Anderson, 55, 500 block of Carmalita St., Punta Gorda. Charges: failure of defendant on bail to appear on misdemeanor and underlying charge. Bond: $2,500. € Roan W. Elgart, 43, 400 block of Costner St., Port Charlotte. Charges: fugitive from justice, municipal ordinance violation, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia, nonresident driver license required, and violating non-resident exemption from registration. Bond: none. € Austin Clarence Parkinson, 45, 20300 block of Quesada Ave., Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: $1,130. € Eber Esau Gutierrez Lopez, 27, of Lehigh Acres. Charge: operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. Bond: $1,000. € Frank Stewart Molineux, 57, 11000 block of Vanessa Ave., Englewood. Charge: violation of pretrial release for domestic violence and two counts off bond/forfeiture/revocations. Bond: none. € Miguel Angel Aguilera Martinez, 44, 100 block of Cocoanut Ave., Englewood. Charge: operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. Bond: $1,000. € Raymond Lee Male Jr., 46, 5200 block of Placida Road, Englewood. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: none (quick book release). € Christopher Durwood Potts, 41, of Bradenton. Charge: nonsupport of dependents. Bond: $325. € Jaclyn Marie Jones, 32, 22100 block of Hernando Ave., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of probation. Bond: none. € Dejesus Maurice Kelly, 40, homeless of Port Charlotte. Charges: off bond/ forfeiture/revocations, loitering or prowling and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: none. € Duston Thomas Fontenot, 32, 2000 block of Lanternlight St., Port Charlotte. Charge: fugitive from justice. Bond: none. The Punta Gorda Police Department reported the following arrest: € Michael Freeman Harris Jr., 35, 26500 block of Asuncion Drive, Punta Gorda. Charges: possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $8,500. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Tonya Coats, 35, 1100 block of Graham Road, Venice. Charges: possession of heroin and possession or use of narcotics equipment. Bond: $2,000. € Alicia Dorsch, 30, 4400 block of S. Salford Blvd., North Port. Charge: contempt of court (original charge: possession or use of narcotics equipment). Bond: $500. € Keith Kiblin II, 28, 300 block of Pennsylvania Ave., Osprey. Charges: battery and two counts of possession of a weapon or ammo by a convicted felon. Bond: none. € Andrew Klukowski, 40, 6000 block of Manasota Key St., Englewood. Charge: Charlotte County issued warrant for issuing a worthless check. Bond: $2,500. € Timothy Nichil, 38, 5500 block of Gabo Road, North Port. Charges: two counts of probation violation (original charges: two counts of petty theft). Bond: $10,500. € Jeremy Reddien, 30, 9200 block of Flemming Lane, Venice. Charges: possession of crack cocaine, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession or use of narcotics equipment and probation violation (original charges: two counts of possession of controlled substance without a prescription). Bond: none. € Alan Reliford Jr., 24, unlisted North Port address. Charges: unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and grand theft. Bond: $9,000. € Justin Stroer, 30, 800 block of Citrus Road, Venice. Charge: probation violation (original charge: attempted lewd or lascivious behavior to a victim under 12). Bond: none. € Chester Tippins Jr., 61, 200 block of E. Nippino Trail, Nokomis. Charge: probation violation (original charge: DUI). Bond: $5,000. € Bruce Wade, 57, 100 block of Gulfcoast Blvd., Venice. Charge: probation violation (original charge: violation injunction against protection for domestic violence). Bond: none. € April Wills, 57, 1200 block of Whitney Drive, Venice. Charges: two counts of dealing stolen property. Bond: $15,000. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrest: € Ralph Spindell, 48, 500 block of Kumquat Court, Sarasota. Charges: unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and petty theft. Bond: $1,620. The Florida Highway Patrol Department Venice Unit reported the following arrest: € Joshua Westbrook, 35, Ellenton. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession or use of narcotics equipment, hit and run leaving the scene of an accident involving property damage and two counts of probation violation (original charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession or use of drug paraphernalia). Bond: none. „ Compiled by Anne Easker and Lauren CoffeyThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system. POLICE BEAT TNS PHOTOThe van believed to be owned by bombing suspect Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, is transferred to the FBI Headquarters in Miramar, Fla., Friday. 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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5FROM PAGE ONE OBITUARIESSTAFF REPORTNORTH PORT „ Of“cials are searching for a man who allegedly stole a vehicle and left it ”ipped over on the side of the road, according to North Port Police Department reports. On Sunday, the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce reported a stolen vehicle to the North Port Police Department. Around 4:25 p.m. Thursday, North Port police were dispatched to the area of Yorkshire Boulevard off of Price Boulevard in response to an overturned, potentially stolen vehicle. No one was at the scene or in the vehicle when of“cials arrived. After running the license plate through a data system, North Port Police con“rmed it was the stolen vehicle reported from CCSO. CCSO was alerted and arrived on scene with K-9 and CCSO Air One. Neither entity could “nd the suspect. Of“cials processed “ngerprints on the vehicle and it was towed. The owner, who lives in Englewood, was noti“ed.Email: lcoey@sun-herald.comCar thief flipped vehicle, fled on foot SUN PHOTO BY LAUREN COFFEYNorth Port Police Department, Charlotte County Sheris Oce and Charlotte County Air One responded to the scene of a stolen vehicle on Thursday afternoon. Locally, voters called the Supervisor of Elections Of“ce and the Charlotte County Democratic Party to inquire about their ballots, and why they hadnt arrived. It was not a speci“c group,Ž said Stamoulis, It was the entire request that came for that day.Ž Bob Starr, committeeman of the Charlotte County Republican Party, said he didnt hear much about people not receiving ballots, but at a meeting Thursday night, one person said they requested a ballot three to four weeks ago, and had yet to receive it. Theyre going to request another absentee ballot, or go in early and vote,Ž he said. Patrick Hearly of the Charlotte County Democrats said that upon quick review, the oversight doesnt seem to be a partisan-issue, but due to human error. According to an email sent from a spokesperson for ES&S, the ballots were mailed out to voters Oct. 22. Working with the county and the printer handling mail-in ballots in that area, we determined that the Oct. 12 “le from Charlotte County was overlooked during ballot processing,Ž said a spokesperson for the company. The spokesperson of ES&S also said that they immediately conducted an investigation to look into what happened. Since discovering this oversight, the printer has made improvements to their standard operating procedures to ensure this does not happen again,Ž the spokesperson for ES&S said. ES&S have been used in Charlotte County for eight years without issue, Stamoulis said. Stamoulis said since hiring this vendor, his of“ce has sent someone to their facility twice to see how they operate. If we dont feel satis“ed with the remedial measures theyve taken, were going to change vendors,Ž Stamoulis said. Every election we look everywhere, and we stuck with them for eight years,Ž he added. About 40 percent of votes in Charlotte County come in by mail, 30 percent by early voting, and 30 percent on election day, according to Stamoulis of“ce. And according to CharlotteVotes.com, more than 34,000 votes were cast as of Friday early afternoon. More than 24,000 were received by mail, and 10,250 by early voting. Supervisor of Elections, Paul Stamoulis stressed that the situation was addressed and recti“ed, people should not lose con“dence in VBM (vote by mail) process.Ž He said it remains a convenient and secure way of voting.Ž Of course the Charlotte County Democrats are concerned that the voting is fair and ef“cient for everyone,Ž Hearly said. Its unfortunate that the convenience of VBM could be called into question by ballots that dont arrive on time.Ž Still, Hearly said overall the Charlotte County Democrats trust that the local elections of“ce works hard to ensure fairness. You can visit CharlotteVotes.com to check on the status of your VBM request and when it has been received and processed.BALLOTSFROM PAGE 1CHARLOTTE Teresita WimmerTeresita Wimmer, 51, of Venice, Fla., died on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018. Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home, Cemetery, and Crematory is handling arrangements.NORTH PORT SallyAnn Berendts Snyder SallyAnn Berendts Snyder, 73, of Westerville, Ohio, passed away peacefully at home on Oct. 24, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was born Jan. 22, 1945, in Euclid, Ohio, to the late Harry Arthur and Helen Higgins Nass; also preceded in death by her step-mother Anna Rose Nass. Sally graduated from Marietta High School, class of 62, received X-Ray Technician training straight out of high school and then attended nursing school where she became a certi“ed LPN in 1984. In addition to working as an X-Ray Technician in Marietta, she worked for a podiatrist in Gahanna, Ohio, for 20 years and with Franklin County Residential Services for 10 years. She was very involved in the community, through CCL (Childrens Coalition League), PTA, 4-H Advisor, Jaycees, Gahanna Lincoln Instrumental Music Boosters and the Gahanna Community Theater. Her hobbies include reading, sewing, quilting and traveling. She was a Snowbird, having enjoyed winters at her home in Northport, FL since the mid-80s. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth E. Snyder, whom she married on Oct. 13, 2012; daughter, Helena Berendts (Lance) Ford of Gahanna, Ohio and son, Brian (Karen) Berendts of Mason, Ohio; their father Andy Berendts; grandchildren, Hanna and Joshua Ford and Kendall and Branden Murphy; step-daughter Heidi Snyder Miller of Norwood, Ohio; stepson David Carpenter of Reynoldsburg and his children Kevin and Kaylie Carpenter; Aunt Bertha Krebs; cousins Jean (Ron) Hefflinger, Judy (Chuck) Spencer, Mary Beth (Bill) Hochtetler and Betty Rohrbach; Kens cousin who was a good friend to Sally, Jeannie Kenyon; other relatives, extended family and friends. Family will receive friends 4-7 p.m. (7 p.m. prayer service) Monday, Oct. 29, 2018 at Schoedinger Northeast Chapel, 1051 E. Johnstown Rd., Gahanna, Ohio 43230. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 at Church of the Resurrection, 6300 E. DublinGranville Rd., New Albany, Ohio 43054 with interment to follow at Mifflin Cemetery; Fr. Denis Kigozi and Rev. Mr. Tom Snyder will Celebrate the Mass. Those who wish may contribute to Kindred Hospice or a charity of your choice in memory of SallyAnn Berendts Snyder. Visit www. schoedinger.com to share memories or extend condolences.Paula IdzingaPaula Idzinga, age 96, passed away on Oct. 24, 2018, at Tidewell Hospice House in Port Charlotte. Paula was born in Surabaya, Indonesia, to Roekani and Marius Willem Weber. She was one of 11 children in her family. When Indonesia expelled the Dutch in 1950 after gaining independence from Holland, Paula and her husband, Fred, a veteran of the Royal Dutch Air Force who had taught radio navigation to U.S. pilots during World War II, moved to Amsterdam with their young daughter, Nora. After emigrating to the United States and becoming US citizens in 1956, they lived in California, where Fred pursued his career as an electronic technician and Paula worked for several years in a factory soldering circuit boards. They went on to open a popular Indonesian restaurant in Pasadena, The Garuda … Indonesian for birdŽ … with several of Paulas sisters. They also owned a music store in Pasadena and a motel on the shores of Clear Lake in the northern Sierra Nevada mountains before retiring to Santa Rosa, a community in Californias Sonoma Valley. Soon after Freds passing in May 2001, Paula moved to North Port to live with Nora and her husband, Don Santella, in Heron Creek. Paula, who spent her “nal years at North Port Pines, was a storyteller without parallel, regaling friends and family with tales of her international travels and experiences with Fred … often with a mischievous twinkle in her eye. She was an accomplished cook who was an expert in the cuisine of Indonesia. And she was a beloved grandmother to three, great grandmother to four, and great-great grandmother to two. Paula is survived by Nora and Don; grandchildren, Anthony Wright of Conroe, Texas, Paul Wright of Conroe, Texas, and Christina Hughes of Truckee, California; sister, Henrietta Kuper of Healdsburg, California; great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren in Texas and California; and by several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are by McKee Funeral Home, North Port, Fla. OBITUARY POLICYObituaries are accepted from funeral homes and crematories, and from families if accompanied by a death certificate. Full obituaries, notices of services, remembrances and death notices are subject to charges. Email the item for publication to obits@ sun-herald.com; it must be accompanied by a phone number. For more information, call 941-206-1028. Both counties are also breaking records for vote-by-mail requests, according to Supervisor of Elections of“ces. In Englewood, which is split between the two counties, Charlottes West County Annex is seeing a robust turnout, averaging 800 early voters a day since Monday. Lou Gemma left his business, Gem State Plumbing, Friday afternoon to cast his ballot early at the West County Annex. He said he had a short wait, no more than eight minutes. He felt voting this election was critical. The country is going to hell in a hand basket,Ž Gemma said. As a Marine, I hope my values will be upheld.Ž I voted early to get my vote in there, to end the stress of whether my vote will get counted,Ž Ellie Decker said Friday afternoon. Voters in Sarasota County can use the Supervisor of Elections of“ce website to check current wait times across all polling locations, Supervisor Ron Turner says that the wait time counter will not be used on election day but found it useful for early voting. On Charlotte Countys website, Supervisor of Elections Paul Stamoulis has a tally of early voters that is updated every 10 minutes. As of Friday, the total was 24,700, and headed toward 25,000. At the ”ower shop in North Port Belliveau says they try to have fun with it and they keep a rotation of ”owers on hand. On Friday, voters who stopped in could get a purple carnation, as well as a smile from Belliveau.Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comVOTEDFROM PAGE 1 SUN PHOTO BY BRIANNA KWASNIKThe early voting line at Mid-County Regional Library in Port Charlotte consistently stretched out the door during the “rst day of early voting. HOW AND WHERE TO VOTE EARLYEarly voting is available through Nov. 4 in Charlotte County and Nov. 3 in Sarasota County. Voters in both counties must be registered to vote and have a photo identification with signature in order to vote. Provisional ballots can be cast if a voter does not have identification. Voters in Sarasota County can pick from six polling locations: € Supervisor of Elections Office, 13640 Tamiami Trail, North Port. € Supervisor of Elections Office, R.L. Anderson Administration Building, 4000 Tamiami Trail S., Venice. € Supervisor of Elections Main Office, 101 S. Washington Blvd., Sarasota. € Westfield Sarasota Square Mall, 8201 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. € Fruitville Library, 100 Coburn Road, Sarasota. € North Sarasota Library, 2801 Newtown Blvd., Sarasota. In Charlotte County, voters can cast ballots in three locations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.: € The West County Annex, 6868 San Casa Drive, Englewood € Supervisor of Elections main office at the Charlotte County Historic Courthouse, 226 Taylor St., Punta Gorda € Mid County Regional Library, 2050 Forrest Nelson Boulevard, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Voting on Election Day Nov. 6 will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in both counties, and voters must use the polling location on their voter registration card to cast a ballot. 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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018Are mail bombs really an FBI coup?Editor: Sending explosive devices in the mail is not only illegal, but insane. It is also a cowardly act, designed to instill fear and panic in addition to causing physical harm and/or death. We now know three facts: the devices were only sent to prominent Democrats who have been vocal, virulent detractors of President Trump; none of the eight devices detonated; and we are just days from an important election. Super“cially, it looks like the work of a deranged, right-wing terrorist. But, as we now have learned with the Mueller Russian interferenceŽ probe, things are not always what they seem to be. Who would have believed that our own DOJ and FBI of“cials were conspiring to elect Hillary and defeat or remove Trump? They call that an attempted coup detatŽ in most places. Could there be more to this bomb story? The Democrats have always shown a propensity for the election-eve, hail MaryŽ pass. They did it to George Bush and Mitt Romney. They just did it to Justice Kavanaugh by trotting out an amnesiac high school groping victim.Ž Could this be their last desperation passŽ into the election end zone? Could the perpetrator be a Democrat agent, like the producers of the infamous Trump dossier? If so, its a clever way to get the Democrats to the polls. If the anti-Trump swampŽ is behind this scheme, they will likely be sophisticated intelligence operatives, leaving false trails. If so, we may never “nd them.Dick Nelson Punta GordaTerrorists intermingled in the caravan?Editor: Well, here they come again. How come I dont hear the liberals screaming to let them in, its only some 30,000 or so I am sure that a nation that was built on immigrants can handle such a little migration like this. Let see how we can afford this, you liberals. We can raise taxes, we can dip into our Social Security or we can take it from welfare. Oh, Im sorry we never disturb that slush fund. Its always Social Security that is running out of money, but you never hear welfare going broke (must have unlimited source of money). After all the POTUS must be wrong when he says close our borders because we the people of the United States welcome immigrants. I just wonder how many of these illegals are, in fact, terrorists. No, Im wrong again. They would never think of joining that caravan, or would they? Well, I guess time will tell when the gates are opened.Richard Fusani Punta GordaPay teachers a living wageEditor: I am retired, on a “xed income and 70 years old, and I voted for the school levy. I dont care about studies from other states or countries that state that there is no evidence that higher salaries for teachers does not correlate to a better education for our students. This is Charlotte County, and our school employees have never been paid more than our neighboring counties, so lets start a new study, just for our county, and see if it works. We need to keep our very dedicated teachers and support staff and pay them a living wage. One more thing, I pay less taxes in Charlotte County than I did in Ohio 19 years ago.Herbert Phillips Rotonda West City has grown under KeeslingEditor: In the 12 years that my wife Kathy and I have lived in Punta Gorda, we have witnessed considerable improvements in amenities and the general quality of life in our city. We believe this can be attributed in large part to the excellent city government that we have. Rachel Keesling and her colleagues on the current City Council, along with their predecessors, have governed wisely and made decisions that have greatly bene“ted our little city. In considering your vote for Punta Gorda City Council District 2, I would remind voters of Rachels eight years of experience on the Council, always working for the betterment of Punta Gorda. Her membership on the SWFL League of Cities gives Punta Gorda a voice on many compelling issues that have a direct impact on our city. We believe she has always striven to do the best for our city and its diverse population. In these challenging times of FEMA negotiations on our seawall repair reimbursement, water quality, and other issues of importance to Punta Gorda, lets not lose the valuable experience and know-how that Rachel brings to the City Council. We agree with the Charlotte Sun and many former members of the Punta Gorda City Council that Rachel Keesling deserves another term on Punta Gorda City Council. Please cast your Vote for Rachael Keesling on Nov. 6.Tom & Kathy des Enfants Punta GordaKeesling wrangling for personal gainEditor; I am concerned about a commercial landowner who is also an incumbent City Council member that is going to lead the crafting of a new Citizens Master Plan to serve as a living guide for Punta Gorda growth over the next 50 years. The “nal document will form the base codes for Land Development Regulations which will have an unlimited and unde“ned effect on all land parcels in the city. The potential impact is huge. I counted 77 non-government tax parcel owners in the city via a real property search of vacant commercial land with PUG (short legal descriptions). Three parcels were owned by Keeslings. Here is my rub. The legislative intent in writing the states code of ethics was to declare that public of“cers and employees, state and local, are agents of the people and hold their positions for the bene“t of the public.Ž As such, any gain or potential for gain is wrong per state statutes. A small portion of land ownership value of any size is still a possible gain for a government of“cial and does not promote the public interest and respect of the people in our government and is in con”ict with the legislatures intent in writing the statute. Lets vote for a council member who has no opportunity to wrangle for personal gain while in of“ce.Chris Nielsen Punta Gorda Deutsch is a friend to the veteransEditor: Having known Stephen R. Deutsch for about seven years now, I have to say that he has always been totally open with me about his thoughts and votes as a county commissioner, so as far as I am concerned, transparency is not an issue. When I was the fundraising director for the Vietnam Wall, Stephen R. was one of my biggest proponents, and he is directly responsible for tens of thousands of dollars being donated. He has always had the people of Charlotte County in mind when conducting county business. He has always supported the veterans community and causes, and has been a moving force on the commission for county veterans support. I think he deserves one more term before heading out to pasture so he can get the Gaines Park and any of his other pet projects completed. I have already voted for Stephen R. Deutsch, and if it means anything, I am strongly endorsing him for one more term.Bill Akins Port CharlotteRachel Keesling a hard workerEditor: I have been a resident of Punta Gorda for 35 years, and have dealt with the City Council in several capacities. I have personally known several of our past mayors and I recommend voting for Rachel Keesling for District 2. She has worked hard to help improve our town and keep it headed in the right direction. Rachel is very vocal about why she supports the improvements she is working for. I strongly support her and feel that she is one of the hardest-working council members that we have had. A vote for Rachel Keesling is a vote for a strong future for Punta Gorda and Charlotte County.Jan Sidebottom Punta GordaA claim about climate changeEditor: Climatologist Dr. Patrick Michaels was on the Life, Liberty & LevinŽ show and explained how the climate has warmed less than 1 degree in the last 100 years. Thirty-one models are used to measure this, and only the Russian one is accurate and shows the low temperatures. The results of the other models have been paramatized,Ž or fudged, because of politics and money. The hour show was very informative. There is propaganda rather than truth about climate change.ŽAnnette Massey Port CharlotteVIEWPOINTPublisher „ Glen Nickerson Executive editor „ Jim Gouvellis Editorial page editor „ Stephen Baumann Commentary Editor „ John Hackworth Email letters to letters@sun-herald.com OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR A caller to the Sun newsroom recently lamented what a terribleŽ time we are living in. Actually, we believe this is a great time in American history to be alive. But, we can also agree with the caller that the nastiness, bitter rhetoric and threatening taunts that are becoming more common among political foes are at an all-time high and very troubling. And now, apparently, the bad blood between those with opposite political views has risen to the level of violence. It is nearly impossible to argue that bombs sent to Democrats and Democrat supporters were not meant to maim someone of a particular political persuasion „ or at the very least send a message. Although it may be easy for some to blame much of this on President Trump, we dont. He certainly can, however, shoulder some of the blame when he praises someone for attacking a reporter or when he tells a supporter to knock someone out and hell stand behind them. But the problems surfaced long before Trump was elected to office. The divisiveness has spilled over onto our Viewpoint pages. It can be evidenced most days in our Letters to the Editor. We have a policy not to edit or change content. Only in very rare instances when we believe a letter is blatantly racist or when a letter writer calls someone a bad name will we make changes or ask the letter writer to make changes. Even at that, there are still instances when our letters make us cringe. The word moron,Ž for example is likely used more often than we are comfortable with. There have been strong differences between people and political parties for as long as America has been a country. There were once duels fought over political differences. This is a country made up of people from different countries „ with apologies to our Native Americans who never did invite most of us here. We are a melting pot of ideas, skin colors, religious beliefs and dreams. The idea that we have morphed into two polar opposite political parties is nonsense. We are much too diverse to ever fit into just two political landscapes. The truth is, the designation of Independent is actually the third party so many have wished for. Those who have not registered Democrat or Republican will soon „ if they do not already „ control the destiny of this nation. Perhaps that is where we can look some day for a more civil public discussion on the issues. Maybe people who do not have a long history of adhering to the principles of one particular party can look past the disagreements and look for paths around the differences. Wouldnt it be wonderful if they could sit down together and say there has to be a way to make this work for everyone?Ž That is how our representatives in Washington, D.C., and in our state capitols should approach issues. Our hope is that some day, they can get back to their original mission „ to represent all the people. Meanwhile, lets respect our fellow mans differences. Lets work to make the world we live in better, for all of us. And lets be nice to each other.Right time to address public civility HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER 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. 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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 9VIEWPOINTAs I watch the new Starbucks go up at the Cross Trails Center on U.S. 41, Im reminded of what this town looked like in the months following Hurricane Charley. It looks like we got lucky this year, while others in the Florida Panhandle did not. Our downtown looked like many of the images coming out of that area. In the days and months following that disaster, there was little debate about whether or not to develop. Charley took care of that. Rather, the conversation was about what to do with all of those empty spaces. It was about opportunity. Some write that we should let growth occur naturally, and call for no zoning regulations at all. Others are very concerned about what we allow and what we restrict. The issue is not so much about residential growth, as we are currently 84 percent built-out residentially within the city limits, and that has occurred on its own. The issue is commercial growth. Where do we want it, and what do we want it to look like? It is important to remember that most of the properties in town that are available for development belong to private owners, not the city. As long as the property owner complies with our regulations, they do not need to consult with anyone on what to build on their property. We do not get a vote on what they plan to do with their property, any more than you get to vote on what kind of house I might build on my residential lot. We now have land development regulations for that purpose. After Charley, TEAM Punta Gorda had a Resource Center to work with developers and help walk them through the citys procedures, but now the city operates something called the Design Studio where developers can meet with Urban Design staff to present their concept. That brings us to where we are today. The city is planning to rewrite the Citywide Master Plan. They are planning to do it with maximum engagement from the community. To that end, City Council has just completed selection of the consulting firm that will manage the process. This time around, an economic development analysis and recommendations for updating our land development regulations are also part of the process. This is really the right way to go. Its important to understand that the city could rewrite this plan at any time without gathering any citizen input. They have a staff of urban planners, and could just go and develop a plan, and let us know the outcome later. The fact that they have once again chosen to invest in a public engagement process speaks volumes for our current leadership. As we move forward with this process in the coming months, lets remember what is special about this place called Punta Gorda. The tradition of this kind of citizen-government collaboration is as much a part of our culture as our appearance. TEAM Punta Gorda is a 501()(3) nonprofit organization. Nancy Johnson is the CEO of TEAM Punta Gorda. Ideas or questions can be addressed to team@ teampuntagorda.org. Or, call 941-637-TEAM (8326). Find a complete schedule of all upcoming activities, as well as more information about TEAM Punta Gorda, membership, or to volunteer, visit our website, www. teampuntagorda.org.With people in mind, city plans its future Nancy JOHNSONTEAM Punta Gorda Early voting is here and well under way. In this election, as in prior election efforts, we have shared our ideas, discussed our record, our accomplishments and successes, and have always respected our opponents. Our campaigns have always taken the high road. I am sure you have noticed that we have never put down an opponent. No negative innuendoes, no lies, no absurd allegations. We have always dealt with the issues and only positive, constructive ideas. We have never participated in any negative personal attacks, fabricated stores or outright lies and we will not do so. You may not like some or all of the decisions made by your County Commission, but be assured that we have the highest level of transparency possible. It is extremely unfortunate that a few individuals have been very vocal with their negativity and undocumented or untruthful comments. To be more concise and honest, contrary to their claims, let me assure you that: € There are no back roomŽ deals. € No one is being paid off.Ž € We are not in the pocketsŽ of any developers or even any of the unions.Ž € Neither I, or any of my colleagues are responsible for or have caused red tide. We have been proactive by requesting intensive air and water quality testing, beach cleaning and encouraged efforts to predict red tide events by working with the state, feds and Mote. With that being said, lets take a good look at Charlotte County and where we are today. Almost everyone I encounter on the campaign trail agrees our county has never been in better condition. Our economy is booming and unemployment is very low. In fact, we need skilled workers. New home construction is off the charts and many new businesses are relocating to Charlotte County. From Burlington to Popeyes, from Englewood to Punta Gorda „ dozens of new businesses have relocated to Charlotte County and we will be breaking ground in Murdock Village this winter. Many folks have indicated that our present County Commission, if not the best board ever, certainly one of the best. I am truly honored to be part of a group that is welleducated, hard-working, individually experienced and who truly cares about Charlotte County. For the first time, we are looking ahead 25 years, as your County Commission has established Focus Area Goals for our county. Our quality of life goals to enhance our communitys life by clean air and water is well established. We are determined to stabilize and maintain our county-wide infrastructure. We are working to create a business climate that promotes a diversified, growing economy consistent with established growth management plans and enhanced quality of life. We are tirelessly working to increase the effectiveness of local government while maintaining a strong solid financial condition. We have worked hard to treat everyone the same, always fair and of equal consideration. We all work honestly and openly for the people of Charlotte County. Some folks like this paper, some do not. However, I must say I was flattered when you said I used my extensive experience, that I did my homework, worked hard, was a consensus builder and always voted my conscience when you recommended my re-election. I thank you for the kind words and be assured that is what I have done and that is what I will continue to do if re-elected. There are so many accomplishments these past few years that space will not allow their enumeration From Human Services, Public Safety, Recreation to Transit and Information Technology, Charlotte County is moving ahead with our heads held high, eyes wide open, looking to the futu re. We are not avoiding the tough, challenging issues we are planning ahead and confronting them. I believe my dedicated work ethic (never missing a commission meeting or a vote) when combined with my lifes work experience that I have demonstrated my leadership by building bridges of cooperation, I have an exemplified work ethic by tirelessly working for the people of Charlotte County. I will always take the high road and my record speaks for itself. I have continually opposed bigger government and higher taxes. I have worked tirelessly to volunteer and support our veterans, first responders and seniors. I love this place, the people and the county and will continue to work to make it a better place for our children and grandchildren. Stephen R. Deutsch is the District 4 Charlotte County commissioner. My commission record speaks for itself Stephen R. DEUTSCHGuest Columnist LETTERS TO THE EDITOR One-party control is just un-AmericanEditor: We have a government in which the judicial, legislative and executive branches are now controlled by one party so there are no checks and balances, no need to compromise. The party in charge has worked to eliminate environmental controls, health care, the ability to vote, educational support, womens rights, relationships with our allies, trade agreements and more. Bullying, lying, name-calling, prejudice, supporting despots, separating children from parents are not American behaviors. Most executive and legislative decisions now serve to make the rich richer. Is your life better now? Are you proud of our leaders? We need to return to civility and sanity. We need to stop the runaway government. Make America Great Again by voting Democratic. No excuses! Do it!Diane Mudano Rotonda WestCHAPS thankful for community grantEditor: On behalf of the Board of Directors of CHAPS Food & Hygiene Pantry, I would like to acknowledge and extend our sincere gratitude to Ashley Maher and the Charlotte Community Foundation for making us a recipient of one of their 2018 Community Investment Grants. The money awarded will be used to purchase a large, commercial refrigerator for the storage of fresh produce items for distribution at our pantry. Partnering with the Charlotte Community Foundation will allow us to improve the quality of life for our clients, by giving us the ability to provide fresh fruits and vegetables for a more nutritious, vitamin-rich selection of groceries. We at CHAPS are honored to have been selected to receive this grant and we are grateful for the opportunity it will give us to increase our service to the community.Salli L. Clarke Port CharlotteEmotions shouldnt dictate our historyEditor: Our nations foundation principles in our Constitution addresses freedom of speech. As an 18-year-old right out of high school, I am passionate in learning both angles of Republican and Democratic ideals. I am learning that often media and family have tremendous impacts for people who are not sure of what political stance they take. This could be state, local, or national issues, but for me I have a pretty good idea of what I believe in. I have been watching the news and things around our nation and I have to say I am disappointed. Watching the Capitol Hill protesters and Portland with Antifa is upsetting and frustrating. The lack of any disciplinary action or motive for these protests has stirred political activism. I feel now, especially in this election, that my vote will really matter and affect our nation more than ever in the last few decades. I feel that another discussion, though, should be emotions. Arguments, now more than ever, are about opinions or statements. It isnt about statistics showing why their viewpoint is correct. It is about how much sympathy can I get from media attention or how can I twist their words and cry or complain they are being mean. I think this ideal has weakened us as a nation and we need to be “rm and true to what we believe. If I had to conclude, it would be I hope that emotions are not the ones dictating our history.Jeremy DAgostino Port CharlotteHigher pay wont help our studentsEditor: Concerning public education, the latest report on the ACT college entrance exam shows continuing declines in math, science, and English, with 35 percent of high school graduates unable to meet college admission requirements in any of these areas. As usual, the alleged “x is, if it doesnt work, we just need more money, even though we now spend four times as much per student, and have twice as many employees per student as in 1970 (USDoE). Now Charlotte County schools, promising better outcomes, are requesting another $250 per year per household, citing the shibboleth that higher teacher salaries improve outcomes. This has been proven false many times, as also shown in a recent Rand study. In 2017, Charlotte teachers average salaries were $46,601 (Florida DOE), and they teach for 190 days, compared to a standard work year of 250 days. The hourly rate, based on 190 work days, is $30.65, or equivalent to $62,500 per year. The average salaries of college graduates in general is about $60,000 per year, so teachers are doing very well relative to hours worked per year. Clearly, more money thrown at education accomplishes nothing. The rigid pedagogy of Common Core also discourages educational improvement. Folks, you live in a county that is already the sixth highest taxed in the state, with a higher number (25 percent) than average (15 percent) of “xed income residents. The school board needs to apply some innovative thinking focused on why educational outcomes never get better. Vote no on the school tax increase.John R. Doner Port CharlotteMake dierence with school voteEditor: I have been involved in the Charlotte County Schools as a student, a teacher, a parent and a volunteer. I would like to voice my support for the Charlotte County Schools request for an additional 1 mill in property taxes for their operating budget. Further, I feel this is an excellent opportunity to make a constructive difference in our local community. Our public schools are available to serve every child in Charlotte County. It is important to me that the local educational opportunities for our children remain strong and available to all. The school system is a vital public resource that needs and deserves our support. Our schools not only work for the children, but also for the community as an educated community is a healthier and safer community. A positive vote for this referendum will help the teachers and staff educate our children, our future leaders. Lets reward our teachers and staff with the extra assistance and recognition they deserve and need. Please join me and Vote Yes For Success.Ž Lets make a difference.Joy Dibble Punta GordaScott, DeSantis bad for environmentEditor: Red Tide Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis have had a recent environmental conversion during this election year. Can we believe their campaign promises? Not if actions speak louder than words. Examine their records. Red Tide Rick Scott cut $700 million from the water districts and stopped protecting water quality, which fueled the toxic algae that has decimated Floridas marine life, our beaches, and the multi-billion-dollar tourist industry of our Gulf coast. In contrast, the Sierra Club endorsed Bill Nelson for Senate, calling him the Environmental Hero.Ž Nelson has been a leader in opposing offshore oil drilling and has voted in favor of the environment 95 percent of the time he has been in the Senate, according to the bi-partisan group, the League of Conservation Voters. In Congress, Ron DeSantis voted for the environment only 2 percent of the time, according to the League of Conservation voters, and he will continue Red Tide Rick Scotts pollution policies. DeSantis voted to expand offshore oil drilling. I recommend we vote on candidates track records, rather than their sleazy campaign promises. Gillum will stop the releases of polluted water that fuel Floridas toxic algae crisis and will stand against plans for offshore oil and gas drilling. The Sierra Club endorsed Andrew Gillum for governor because of his strong track record of environmental protection while mayor of Tallahassee. If you are tired of red tide persisting because of the pollution that feeds it once it comes inshore, I encourage you to Think Green and Vote Blue.ŽMary Lundeberg Englewood

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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Lewis ACROSS 1 “Grab that guy!” 9 Indonesian dyed fabrics 15 Speaking to a TV audience, say 16 Name attached to 14 Grand Slam tennis titles 17 Ultimate degree 18 Pick up 19 Urgent event 21 Agitated states 22 Only driver to win Indy and Le Mans in the same year 25 2017 NLDS player 27 Gaelic tongue 28 School closing? 29 Link with 31 Music with expressive lyrics 32 Offering from your server 34 Corn containers 36 Malamute pair? 38 Principal aluminum ore 40 Habitual surfer 42 Red Cross provision 43 California’s __ Beach 45 Mississippi river to the Mississippi River 46 Green target 48 Besmirch 50 Single-channel 51 Stock trader’s option 52 Cop to 53 Put down 55 Real estate basics 57 Title for Versace 59 Pressured, in a way 61 Defies all logic 65 Ran the show 66 Service companies 67 Fly to flee 68 Ashley’s twin DOWN 1 Family business partner 2 Fangorn Forest dweller 3 Goethe’s “I” 4 1960s pioneer in countercultural strips 5 Atlanta university 6 “60 Minutes” creator Don 7 Angers 8 Venus probe craft 9 Rock’s Harper or Folds 10 Forum greetings 11 Just right 12 Brahms piano pieces 13 Had an in 14 Intuit 20 Attended casually 22 Microscopic specimen 23 Island spirits 24 Deceit 26 Hamlet’s first choice 30 Sharp winter tools 33 Rim 35 Home near a cote, perhaps 37 Hair net 39 Former Yugoslav leader 41 Final cut on the “Sounds of Silence” album 44 A luge driver might wear one 47 Revolver? 49 1977 Australian Open winner Roscoe 51 VMI student 54 Like a pretty lass 56 Matches in Hold ’em 58 Lady of song 60 ’50s ticket initials 62 __ Maria 63 One might be made on the nose 64 Canton ending 2018 Tribune Content Agency, LLCBy Michael Ashley10/27/18Friday’s Puzzle Solved10/27/18 Look for a third crossword in The News Wire section. By LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITERNORTH PORT „ Commissioners have decided to go back to the drawing board and review mural plans for city buildings. After local artist Deeana Atkinson offered to create three paintings for free at the Community Education Center, the North Port City Commission decided to re-examine the plans and see what a little money could do. This is a painting that (should) tell what happens inside that building and I would hate to put something on there because it was free,Ž Mayor Vanessa Carusone said. They deserve better than that.Ž The Community Education Center, 4940 Pan American Blvd., houses the North Port Senior Center and Salvation Army. Commissioner Jill Luke worked alongside the artist to speak with Community Education center of“cials, who gave their preferences. Those at The Salvation Army wanted their food pantry represented. Senior center residents wanted cards and pingpong, since they play those activities. Atkinson created three separate pieces depicting a hand holding ping-pong paddle, a hand holding a set of cards and a bag holding a surplus of food. But when Luke presented the paintings to the commission, some stated they envisioned something different. I guess with the word mural, similarly what came to my mind was more scenic,Ž Vice Mayor Linda Yates said. I understand that could be expensive to pay for that.Ž Luke pointed out the artist can only do so much when she is volunteering her time for free and that all the involved parties voted for the ideas presented. It went through the art board, the art center and senior center; all those people said Yes,Ž Luke said. If its not what these “ve (commissioners) want, I can tell her no ... they understood it was free. I cant go back to her and ask her to change and do something more detailed. It wouldnt be right when shes volunteering her time for her artistry.Ž The commission gave a unanimous consensus to have the art center, North Port High School art students, senior center, education center and North Port art advisory board meet to discuss what they would like to see if money was no issue and then possibly scale down the wish-list. Have them come up with something that represents the senior/ community center to have a full-”edged mural versus pieces,Ž Mayor Vanessa Carusone said. This way, the users had a “rsthand input and they could go in if money was no option and say This is the ultimate thing.Ž Staffers will also talk with the Punta Gorda Historical Society to see how much their mural cost to paint in I would like to see a cost, maybe if we can get an idea how big was it, how much did it cost, so we can start planning for next years budget,Ž Commissioner Debbie McDowell said. There is no set time or date for the meeting yet.Email: lcoey@sun-herald.comBack to the drawing board North Port City Commission to review mural plans PHOTO PROVIDEDThe image of a bag holding food was set to be painted outside the Community Education Center, to represent The Salvation Army. But those plans are being revised to try and create one larger piece that represents all those in the building. LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSBy LIZ HARDAWAYSTAFF WRITERThe sirens are calling. As what happens when any Starbucks opens in town, its loyal customers follow suit: Ordering pumpkin spice lattes in the fall and iced coffees in the summer, with the Instagram posts as proof. Soon, Punta Gorda will be no different. A drive-thru Starbucks is currently being built in Cross Trails Shopping Center. It is anticipated to open in the spring 2019. Rumors have ”oated for years about a Starbucks opening in the city so Im sure the people that love their coffee will be happy,Ž said Punta Gordas mayor, Rachel Keesling. Starbucks is a valued tenant of ours in many locations,Ž said Benderson Development Company spokesperson Mark Chait. The company owns Cross Trails Shopping Center. They provide a wonderful product and a great gathering place for a community.Ž Obviously the temporary construction area is a bit of an inconvenience for the tenants, but when it gets open, it will be a draw for people,Ž Keesling said. Currently the closest Starbucks to Punta Gorda is on Kings Highway in Port Charlotte, not necessarily a short drive across the bridge. Though a closer Starbucks usually makes local coffee shops get tense, Mercers Fresh Roasted Coffee isnt worried. It doesnt matter to me,Ž said owner Wayne Mercer. People come here to sit and for the environment. We provide more personal service, more attention to detail and a quality product.Ž The shop even roasts their coffee right in house, he said. I dont think its going to hurt us,Ž said local barista Joel Torres, whos worked at Mercers Fresh Roasted Coffee for two and a half years. Some might, but not us.Ž Starbucks signed a lease for the location in May 2018, Chait said. The shopping center, at 615 Cross St., Punta Gorda, also contains a Dollar Tree, Bealls Outlet, Anthonys Clothing, Leslies Pool Supplies and a T-Mobile.Email: Lhardaway@sun-herald.comAttention, coffee addicts:Starbucks is coming to Punta Gorda 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 10/27/2018 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 A t Home Entrepreneur located at 5929 Gillot Blvd. in the County of Charlotte in the City of Port Charlotte, Florida 33981 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Port Charlotte Florida this 25th day of October 2018 Lauren Kidd Publish 10/27/18 110833 3624944 3138 OTHER NOTICES 29 LANCER Pl ease note t hi s i s an abandoned vessel, and will be auctioned on the 1st December 2018. Anyone wishing to claim ownership of this vessel must do so before the above date clearing storage costs and fees. 941-882-4654 Publish:10/27/18, 11/03/18 404411 3625116 N O TI C E O F AVAILABILITY OF BID SPECIFICATIONS REQUEST FOR BIDS CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA The County of Charlotte will be receiving sealed bids at the Pur chasing Division, Suite 344, Charlotte County Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33948-1094, for: BID NO. 2019000063 STORMWATER CONTROL STRUCTURE HAVERHILL 4.84 WATERWAY It is the intent of Charlotte County to secure the services of a n experienced Contractor for the installation of stormwater control structure, to include concrete box, culverts, concrete w eirs, roadway reconstruction, utility relocation and pedestrian crossing. No Local license(s) required to perform the services for this project: FDOT Certification is required. PRE-BID CONFERENCE: 9:00 A.M. (EST), November 6, 2018 PURCHASING DIVISION CONFERENCE ROOM BID OPENING: 2:0 0 P.M. (EST), NOVEMBER 28, 2018 PURCHASING DIVISION CONFERENCE ROOM Bid Documents may be obtained by accessing the Charlotte County Purchasing Divisions website at https://purchasing bids.charlottecountyfl.gov under Purchasing Bids OnlineŽ, document number 190632. Any questions can be answered by contacting V icki Smith, Contract Specialist at 941.743.1527 or email victoria.smith@charlottecountyfl.gov Pu blish: 10/27/2018 163352 3624908 FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS!

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Page 12 C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS By ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITERAfter 17 years, Vikki Arenas homicide has been put to rest with proof beyond a reasonable doubt,Ž the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce announced Friday. However, no one was arrested, and no one will be convicted for her murder. Curtis Webb, Arenas ex-boyfriend and alleged killer, died in January, a few months after his release from the Tennessee Department of Corrections, where he served 15 years for for a home invasion robbery. Of course its frustrating, but the good thing about this one, if there is a good thing, is he was in prison for 99 percent of the time after Vikki was murdered,Ž said CCSO Cold Case Det. Mike Gandy. He ended up going to prison for another pile of crimes, and he went to prison for a long time. I guess we can consider that some justice.Ž Arena went missing from her Englewood home on June 11, 2001. Two days later, her body was found in the woods north of Bermont Road with a deep slash wound to her neck. She appeared to have been there several days, but there was no physical evidence leading to her killer. Webb was a suspect from the beginning, and according to the case summary, multiple witnesses made statements that he admitted to the murder. However, many of the witnesses passed away before an arrest and conviction could be made. Gandy said Arenas family requested their contact information not be disclosed to media, as they did not want to comment, but they are glad the case is “nally closed. They knew from day one as well, because they knew the history of Curtis and the relationship with Vikki,Ž he said. He was responsible, so theyre satis“ed with the investigation just like we are.Ž Before leaving on June 11, Arena told her mother she was “nally fed up with Webb and he would be going to jail for a long time. He had been physically violent with her in the past, and the investigation revealed she planned to get a restraining order against him, as well as provide information to the Sarasota County Sheriffs Of“ce about Webbs involvement in violent felony crimes, including robberies. Webb had been released from jail on June 5, six days before Arena was killed. The day she went missing, she called her boyfriend, Verdis Marcus Colbert, saying Webb wanted to meet with her, and she was scared. After her death, an associate of Webbs named Harold Baldwin spoke with detectives and said Webb acted strange when he tried to talk about Arenas death. I said, well I heard that Vikkis, you know, shes dead,Ž Baldwin said. He said I dont care about that stuff, man. He said what, what the hell are you bothering me for?Ž In 2002, detectives spoke with two different women who also said Webb had been violent with them. One claimed Webb initially told her Arena had gotten herself into some trouble and owed money to drug dealers who must have killed her, but later he admitted he had killed her. The woman, who dated Webb for a short time, said he was often violent during sex, choking her to the point of blacking out, and even held a running chain saw next to her. The woman died in 2006. A second woman, who claimed she lived with Webb for a time, told detectives she found photos of a girl in his belongings. In one photo, the girl was wearing a string bikini and heels, but in another photo, she appeared to be dead. When she asked Webb why he had a photo of a dead woman, he hit her, and continued to assault her in one way or another every day while they lived together. According to the woman, Webb admitted at least twice to killing Arena, saying he loved her and regretted killing her, but she deserved it. A man named Kenneth Justice reportedly admitted to helping Webb dispose of a body, claiming “rst that they buried her and then that they threw her body into an orange grove, but Justice died in 2014, and another witness who reportedly knew about the crime died in 2012. Det. Gandy said testimony from deceased individuals cannot be used in trial, as the accused have the right to face their accusers and cross-examine their testimony. Although law enforcement may have had probable cause to arrest Webb prior his death, Gandy said they wanted to be sure they had proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Weve got to remember that we only get one shot in court,Ž he said. The detectives throughout the years obviously didnt feel like they had enough to convict this guy. ... 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Page 14 C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSBy LIZ HARDAWAYSTAFF WRITERTails can now resume regular wagging, now that the Charlotte County Animal Welfare League has reopened its doors for dog adoptions. The shelter was temporarily closed due to several confirmed cases of Canine Distemper, but now the dogs are cleared again to be adopted. Adoption fees are only $5 through the weekend so the shelter can clear space, and accept strays and other dogs that need help. The dogs that tested positive for Distemper have been isolated and are being treated for the disease, the shelter reported. We made a commitment to give these dogs a second chance at life when we rescued them from North Carolina in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence,Ž said the shelters executive director, Karen Slomba. We are going to honor our commitment by doing everything we can to help them recover from this illness.Ž The dogs that have been cleared for adoption were tested for nearly a week, the shelter said, by the University of Floridas Maddies Shelter Medicine Programs infectious disease expert, Dr. Cynda Crawford. All available dogs at the shelter are current on their shots, spayed or neutered and have been tested for heartworm and intestinal parasites. Cats, kittens and other animals are also available at a discounted rate this weekend. For more information, call the shelter at 941-625-6720, or visit at 3519 Drance St., in Port Charlotte, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Email: lhardaway@sun-herald.comDog adoptions resume at Charlotte Animal Welfare League SUN FILE PHOTO BY BRIANNA KWASNIKAnimal Welfare League received 19 dogs from Tallahassee which were displaced by Hurricane Michael. DISTEMPER FACTSDistemper virus takes a toll on a dogs respiratory, digestive and central nervous systems. The first signs are often nasal discharge and coughing, which are also the first signs of many common respiratory pathogens. These dogs can also have diarrhea, vomiting, and a lack of appetite. Some dogs will have neurological signs such as tremors, stumbling gait and seizures. This disease can be life-threatening but it is treatable. It is also very preventable with appropriate vaccination. Let this be a lesson to all of us about how important it is to keep our pets up to date on their vaccines,Ž said AWLs veterinarian, Dr. Jill Kirk.€ Source: Charlotte County Animal Welfare League press release adno=3621037-1 MARKETING AND EVENTS MANAGERThe Sun Coast Media Group, the Sun Newspapers, Yoursun.com, Venice Gondolier and Suncoast Publications Services.Sun Coast Media Group and Adams Publishing Group, is looking for someone who wants to be part of something very special. We are looking for an energized, creative, marketing minded, multi-tasking individual who wants to be part of a growing sales and marketing team.REQUIREMENTS:4 year college degree in marketing, advertising journalism, business or related degree and experience. 1-3 years of experience in sales and marketing, events and marketing experience preferred. Person must have a drivers license, be able to work weekends and nights when necessary. Ability to lift up to 35lbs. Must be pro“ cient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point. Ability to learn all other relevant software programsAdams Publishing Group offers great bene“ ts that include health, dental and vision, 401 K, paid holidays and vacations. If interested please send a cover letter and resume to:mike.beatty@adamspg.comNo phone calls please. The selected candidate will be responsible for events and event marketing. Coordinating social media, text messaging and other appropriate mix of media sources to brand our message. Research and develop campaigns to promote the Sun Coast Media Group brands. Coordinate donations, partnerships, sponsorships and events. Research and develop readership contests to increase community involvement with our products, coordinate Reader Reward programs for our subscribers that would include movie tickets, concert tickets, music festival tickets, baseball tickets and all other entertainment. Will assist in a variety of customer and reader concerns for Sun Coast Media Group. This is a newly created position that will work with all executives of Sun Coast Media Group. The selected individual must be able to interpret and communicate marketing strategies, communicate effectively orally and written. Must be able to work with fellow employees, the public and advertisers. Must be able to work independently, maintain con“ dentiality, ability to manage multiple products and meet deadlines. RESPONSIBILITIES: adno36237571 adno=3621618-1 adno=3625283-1

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By BRIANNA KWASNIKSTAFF WRITERThe Charlotte County Support Personnel Association and Charlotte Florida Education Association teamed up to assist the students heading back to school in the Panhandle on Monday. Bryan Bouton, President of the Charlotte FEA, has been collecting school supplies for the students in Jackson County. I knew that Jackson County needed supplies, their schools were OK, but many of their students lost a lot,Ž Bouton said, so we put out a call a week ago with Mr. Steve Dionisio (CCPS Superintendent) and asked everyone to donate school supplies.Ž He rented and loaded up a 15-foot U-Haul truck, and expected to set out for the Panhandle today. He will deliver the school supplies collected from Charlotte County students and staff to Dave Galloway, the president of Jackson County Education Association and Malone School, a K-12 school to distribute supplies to the 14 schools in the district.In other education news...Charlotte Technical College is hosting a job fair on Wednesday from 8:15 a.m. to noon for students and the public. There will be many local employers from a variety of industries at this job fair who will be looking for eager, competent staff and will discuss available positions,Ž said Deelynn Bennett, Director of Charlotte Technical College. The school asks everyone who plans to attend to bring ID.CHARLOTTE: OUR TOWN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2018YOU AUTO KNOWSee page 4 The Charlotte County Homeless Coalition was recently awarded $5,000 from Horizon Insurance in Port Charlotte. But the agency „ which serves people in the county who are homeless, hungry and or in poverty „ could get even more money with your help. According to a press release, the donation from Horizon Insurance through the 2018 Safeco Insurance Make More Happen Award program, could be doubled with another $5,000 with some social media participation. The Homeless Coalition and Horizon Insurance have their story featured on the official Safeco Insurance Facebook page. The story went online Oct. 24 and if the post receives at least 200 likes, comments or shares on Facebook then the total donation for the local social services agency will double to $10,000, according to the press release. The story on can be read, liked or shared online at: www. facebook.com/notes/ safeco-insurance/ another-office-anotherchance-to-give-back /10155579441871254/ Over the past year, the homeless coalition has provided emergency shelter and safe housing for more than 447 people, the release states.Tax collector gets excellence awardCharlotte County Tax Collector Vicki Potts was awarded a designation of excellence in the field of financial operations, according to a press release from the Florida Tax Collectors Association. The Legacy Award involves a comprehensive review of tax collector offices through a panel of judges, which review financial records, practices and use of technology, according to the press release. Florida Tax Collectors Association President Ben Anderson said Potts audit report was perfect.Ž Tax collectors carry out State of Florida work at the local level on behalf of Floridas citizens, including property tax collections and enforcement; drivers licenses and motor vehicle services; hunting and fishing licenses; birth certificates and so much more,Ž said Anderson in the press release. Ms. Potts represents her county well in providing these services.ŽWatch out for manateesNovember is Manatee Awareness Month. Manatees seek warmer water sites during the cooler winter season, so a nonprofit organization is asking the public to watch out for them. The sea cows move about Floridas shallow, slow-moving rivers, bays estuaries and coastal water ecosystems, according to a press release from Save the Manatee Club. Record watercraft mortality this year along with more than 180 manatees lost to Your like could get Charlotte County Homeless Coalition $5,000 PHOTO PROVIDEDHorizon Insurance Owner Lori Augustyniak along with Horizon Insurance Agent Sally Daley and a Horizon Insurance client serve dinner recently at the Charlotte County Homeless Coalition Cafe where 120 meals are served daily. By LIZ HARDAWAYSTAFF WRITERWith some scissors, a few buttons and a small piece of cloth resembling a smile, Patty Hunt brought a high school reunion shirt into a new life. A handful of Port Charlotte and Punta Gorda residents recently visited the Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home for its biannual Memory Bear workshop. Participants can bring in items of clothing from loved ones who have died, and volunteer sewers turn that into something they can hug, snuggle and relive their treasured memories. While leading a grief share group at Edgewater United Methodist Church, Sandy Julian had been sending group members to the memory bear workshop to help heal from the death of a loved one. Theyd come back so excited,Ž she said, but had never experienced the event herself due to a lack of clothing kept from her late husband, Red Julian. Recently, though, Sandy came across his 45th high school reunion T-shirt. I was so excited, Id thought my chance had gone,Ž she said. The white shirt had two old-school crimson cars parked in front of Winklers Drive-In in Princeton, Indiana., reminding her not only of their class reunion, but of the many times she and Red shared a tenderloin sandwich after school together. It brings back a lot of memories,Ž Julian said, remembering a 50-year marriage that budded from a crush and many sandwiches at just 16 years old. As the almost-forgotten T-shirt took new shape, Hunt handed Julian the bear before it was stuffed. She looked into those button eyes, laughing hes got Red all over him.Ž Its different for everyone,Ž said sewer Bridget Abrahamson. A teddy bear is something tangible you can hold, a piece of clothing gets hung up and forgotten.Ž Another participant, Heather Cabrera, brought in some jeans Holding on to a loved oneResidents cope with loss through personalized teddy bears Hes got Red all over him,Ž said Sandy Julian, who made a teddy bear to remember her late husband, Red. Ginny Gwinn brought in the shirt of her late husband, Dick, to be turned into a teddy bear. SUN PHOTOS BY LIZ HARDAWAYThis is the funeral homes sixth year doing the Memory Bear workshop, said lead funeral attendant George Pence. PHOTO PROVIDEDStudents and sta in Charlotte County spent the week collecting school supplies for students in the Panhandle aected by Hurricane Michael. Education NotesCOALITION | 2 TEDDY BEARS | 2Charlotte Florida Education Association delivers school supplies to Panhandle

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Page 2 C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018OUR TOWN red tide remain two of the greatest threats to manatee population,Ž the release states. Red tide acts as a neurotoxin in manatees, giving them seizures that can result in drowning. In total, 703 manatees have died so far this year through Oct. 12 from all causes, according to the release. Cold stress during the winter months takes a toll on the manatees as they are a subtropical species and cannot tolerate prolonged exposure to water temperatures below 68 degrees Fahrenheit,Ž the release states. Other causes of humanrelated mortalities include ingestion of litter, fish hooks, and mono-filament line; entanglement in crab trap lines, and being crushed and/ or drowned in canal locks and flood control structures.Ž Many seasonal manatee zones come into effect in November in Florida. Boaters are urged to pay close attention to posted signage indicating slow or idle speeds,Ž according to the press release. Waterway users should also keep their distance from migrating manatees or manatees congregated at warmwater sites during the winter to avoid possible harassment.Ž Videos and tips for boaters are available online at: savethemanatee.org/ boatertips „ Compiled by Andrea Praegitzer. Email News of Note and .JPEG photos to Apraegitzer@ sun-herald.com.COALITIONFROM PAGE 1 and a T-shirt worn by her late husband, Santos Cabrera, to construct a bear for her 7-yearold daughter. After six years, weve been trying to figure out what to do with the clothes,Ž Cabrera said. Cabrera had kept all of her husbands clothing scraps for a quilt, storing them and other items in a bin in her home. Aside from giving participants something to hold again, the event gives a more unique chance to let residents like Cabrera and Julian vent to their sewers on a one-on-one level, and remembering the deceased as if he was being transformed into the teddy bear. The grief can be so much, they cant work with the intricacies of putting a bear together,Ž Hunt said. The bereaved also get a red, wooden heart to write a personal message and put it in the bear at right before it is sewed up. As tears lined her eyes, Julian thanked God for the gift of Red.Ž Its the funeral homes sixth year holding the Memory Bbear workshop, said the homes lead funeral attendant George Pence. Participants not only get to take home a meaningful bear, but also get a free lunch. Their hospitality is spectacular,Ž Hunt said. The next memory bear workshop is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. March 30. Those who wish to participate must call the Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home at 941639-1171 to reserve a spot. Typically the event allows one bear per family and can make 15 per workshop due to the availability of volunteer sewers.Email: Lhardaway@sun-herald.comTEDDY BEARSFROM PAGE 1 SUN PHOTOS BY LIZ HARDAWAYGinny Gwinns huband, Dick Gwinn, passed away three months ago. He was an avid wood carver for years, carving Santa, snowmen, a boat and a tea pot, Gwinn said. She kept his carvings, still in her home, and brought in his Myakka River Wood Carvers shirt to be able to hold her husband again. Heather Cabrera is going to take her teddy bear honoring her late husband, Santos Cabrera, to church with her. He cant tell me no,Ž she laughed. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSVolunteer with AARP Tax-AideAARP Tax-Aide needs volunteers for this tax season. Youll be helping people in your own community with a much needed service thats free, individualized and has no strings attached. You will work with taxpayers directly; “lling out tax returns and helping them seek a refund. Experience isnt necessary-well train you on the latest tax preparation forms and software. Love working with people? Be a greeter. You will welcome taxpayers, help organize their paperwork and manage the overall ”ow of service. 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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018OUR TOWN As usual, I start this column with the oldest car. First in this case is a 1980 Clenet Series II convertible, number 119 of only 186 built in Santa Barbara, California. They were supposed to make 250; however, the market for custom cars was reduced due to lack of demand for such vehicles. They began as a brand-new Lincoln Mark V and that cars body was taken off its chassis and the wheel base was stretched to 136 inches. The Mark V body was sold in Mexico to car dealers there. This particular car was allegedly going to be built for George Forman, however that failed to happen and a friend of mine who owned nine large catering halls around the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area purchased it from the factory. He and his wife loved it until her knees caused her to have trouble getting in or out. It was then parked outside their large garage that housed a Rolls limousine. I ended up with it and actually drove this gem to Florida with no problem. Bill Rankin worried me every day for three weeks and I sold it to him while doing a car show at the Cultural Center. He had a 1956 Buick CV in Michigan and wanted this Clenet to drive in Florida, which he did until his passing. Then Don and Ann Gordon bought and improved it in many ways. They now have a 2010 Corvette thus the Clenet is for sale, and their number is in the phone book. Its about 22 feet long and weighs approximately 4000 lbs. I myself own a silver and black 1980 Clenet that was built for Sylvester Stallone with full proof of that by the dealer who delivered it to him January 11, 1981. Its not for sale! Allan and Carol Tissot are the proud owners of the second vehicle today, a 1993 Dodge Viper R/T 10. They were both from New Jersey, having moved to Punta Gorda July 2000. Allan retired from the Bloom“eld Fire Department after serving 26 years, retiring as a Captain. Carol retired from AT&T after many years of employment. The retirement didnt last long, Allan has a pool maintenance business and is very active playing softball four times a week at Carmalita Park in a morning and evening sponsored by Beef OŽ Bradys on Taylor Road. Carol works part time as a sales associate at the Punta Gorda Home Depot. When you see this couple out and about, feel free to talk to them. Theyre likable people. Now to the Viper. Its an early 1993 carry-over 1992. The early production numbers have a rear fender mounted antennae which makes them exactly the same as the 1992 models. His is a 1993 model purchased in 1994. The original price new was $58,384, a bargain compared to well-known foreign brands. There were 285 produced in 1992 and 1,03 produced in 1993. The VIN makes it the 361st Viper built. There were 115 Black and 928 red colored produced 12/1993 Here are the speci“cations: 488 cid, 400 HP, 465 FT-lb. of torque; maximum speed 165 mph, 0-60 in 4.6 seconds, 1/4 mile 12.0 at 113.8 mph; composite body panels with “ber reinforced skin; rear-wheel drive with limited slip differential. The current mileage is 11,500 with most of that put on in New Jersey with the Viper Club in that area. I have driven this Hot Rod (Viper) at Pocono Raceway three times, having achieved speeds up to 155 mph and I also had it at Englishtown doing the quarter mile and breaking 13 seconds.Ž His other fun vehicle is a 2004 Harley-Davidson low-rider cycle. 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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com C Page 5OUR TOWN By RUSTY PRAYSUN CORRESPONDENTWith about a year to go before construction begins on a new facility, of“cials of the Peace River Wildlife Center are looking to expand to a satellite site to house its animal medical and rehabilitation operations. Of“cials say they would buy, lease or accept a donation of land in Charlotte County as a way to enhance its animal rescue mission as well as create more space for public access to the centers permanent residents. The center, located in Ponce de Leon Park in Punta Gorda, is home to about 120 permanent residents, mostly birds and small mammals. It takes in about 2,500 animals a year. Of“cials werent sure of the size of the parcel they were looking for, but they were sure of the need for expansion. The reality in the last few years is we are already bulging at the seams,Ž said Callie Stahl, the centers executive director. As much as weve grown in just the last “ve years ƒ we need to make sure we have the ability to expand as needed.Ž The center, founded in the 1980s, is set to move to a 1-acre parcel just south of its current location in the southern portion of Ponce de Leon Park. Plans for the $1.5 million new facility call for an expanded hospital, an education building, an administration building, a board room and new caging for the animals. The public loves us in Ponce de Leon Park,Ž Stahl said. We will be in Ponce de Leon Park. We will have a facility there thats for the public. But I think that given the opportunity to move our rehab out of Ponce de Leon Park will allow me to do more for the public on our 1 acre there.Ž Overcrowding is the issue, said Robin Jenkins, the centers veterinarian. Just looking at the numbers, we have increased our patient intake at least by 200 animals a year since 2013,Ž she said. The number of injured, sick or orphaned animals brought to the center for medical treatment and rehabilitation has grown signi“cantly over the last few years. According to statistics provided by the center, in 2013 it took in 1,929 birds, reptiles, mammals and other critters for treatment. Last year, that number had reached 2,443. This years pace is slightly ahead of last years, with 1,086 animals accepted through May. Most of those animals are with us just a short time „ a week, two weeks,Ž Jenkins explained. But we cant do an appropriate job when we dont have the caging space that we need. Baby birds are one example. They start off in a little incubator, and theres maybe 20 birds in that incubator because theyre all tiny, theyre in nests, and were just hand-feeding them every 10, 15 minutes. When they start ”edgling, we put them into a wire cage, and we can put only maybe 10 in that cage. Then theyre in there for a couple of weeks and theyre ready to go outside to get preconditioned to a much larger cage, but still we can only have maybe eight birds in that cage. And we have only a “nite number of these cages.Ž Since 2014, when it learned it would have to move from its current location because it had been erroneously leased the land by the city of Punta Gorda, the wildlife center has grown into one of the areas top tourist attractions. It annually draws upwards of 80,000 visitors a year and operates on a budget of about $80,000. All its revenue is generated through fundraisers, donations, its recycle program and sales from its gift and online stores. Were starting to get bigger and more wellknown and more popular and more and more animals, and we recently got to the point where were running in place here,Ž Jenkins said. So, having a satellite location for the rehabilitation is really going to be a boon for us. The bottom line is, we cant do what we need to do if we dont have the appropriate space to do it in.Ž For more information, go to www.prwildlife.org.Peace River Wildlife Center looking to expand Peace River Wildlife executive director Callie Stahl holds up Luna, an eastern screech owl who resides at the Peace River Wildlife Center. Peace River Wildlife Center receives no federal or state funding and relies entirely on private donations. For more information visit PeaceRiverWildlifeCenter.org, email PeaceRiverWildlife@yahoo.com, call 941-637-3830 or visit them at 3400 Ponce de Leon Pkwy. (GPS address: 3400 W. Marion Av e.), Punta Gorda. FILE PHOTOS Peace River Wildlife Center is open seven days a week, year-round, including holidays. Tours are oered from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Injured animal intake is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Conservation And Responsible Recreation adno=3624934-1 adno=3622761-1 941-423-6955www.heroncreekgcc.com 5301 Heron Creek Blvd. North Port. FL 34287 Sumter Blvd. Between US 41 & I-75, Exit 182 NEWULTRADWARF TIFEAGLE GREENS Expires 10/29/18 CTllRd!! with this ad $49 GOLF Includes Sleeve of Balls NPS

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018OUR TOWNIF YOU GOToday, Saturday, Oct. 27, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Free Open Cruise In Home Depot, PG 3941 Tamiami Trail/ Burnt Store Rd. Punta Gorda by Vintage (formerly Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region. Open to all years, makes and model collector type cars/trucks/motorcycles including modified. Free coffee and donuts, door prizes and 50/50 raffle to car show participants. No need to preregister nor be a member. Just come out and enjoy a hassle free morning with fellow car enthusiasts. Information Lee 941-626-9359. Also today, Cars and CoffeeŽ at Twin Isles Country Club Open House, 302 Madrid Blvd. Punta Gorda. Car Show, Open to Antique, Classic, Muscle Cars, Sports and Special Interest and Kit cars. Information Gregg at gcameron87@yahoo.com or Twin Isles 941-637-1232. And Last but not least also today 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 7th Annual Gulf Cove Oktoberfest and Car Show, 5149 Norlander Drive, Gulf Cove Port Charlotte assisted by Vintage (Formerly Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region. Open to all years, makes and model cars and trucks. first 50 drivers get free lunch. Fund raiser lunch $7 available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 50/50 drawing at 12:30 p.m. and hourly raffles All proceeds benefit Property Owners of Gulf Cove. VMCCA info Lee or Don Royston 941-626-4452. Sunday, Oct. 28, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Muscle Car City Monthly Auto Related Swap Meet, 10175 Tamiami Trail, (formerly Sweetbay Plaza) Punta Gorda. $10 double space for auto related vendors only, $5 single space in the For Sale Aisle. Music by toms Traveling Tunes. Information April Patchell, General Manager, 941-575-5959. Every Monday, 4 to 7:30 p.m. Applebees Cruizin at Merchants CrossingŽ, N. Fort Myers. Automotive vendors welcome. Door prizes, 50/50 drawing and games. Music by Randy Wright of Toms Traveling Tunes. Information 941-380-0650 Save this date: Sat. Nov 10, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun Newspaper Welcome Back Open House and Collector Car Show, 23170 Harborview Rd. Port Charlotte. See 100 stock automobiles plus some 2019 models, Enjoy live entertainment by Shake, Rattle and Soul featuring Mike T, Pat and Mike Brown. Food and Beverages available to help support Friends of Cats and Dogs. See 15 Ferraris, Open to only non-modified cars/trucks/motorcycles at least 24 years old, any reproduction or race car. No fee registration but owners must preregister due to space for 100 vehicles. Preregistration call Tom & Tina Sleys 941-268-7634 other information Don or Lee Royston 941-626-4452. Information for Collector Car Events: Larry Day of Lee County has Cruise In and show information from Naples to Sarasota and East Coast. Access his websitewww.larrycruisinlist-swfl.com for all the details. For similar but somewhat different hobby happenings log onto www.musclecarcity.net You may also contact the DJs: Tommy Brooks 941-815-6204 or Randy Wright 941-380-0650. Dear Car Talk: My car is a 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue with 80,000 miles on it. About “ve months ago, the car would not start. I just got a clickŽ when I turned the key. The lights, horn, etc. worked “ne. I had the car towed to my mechanic. He turned the key and the car started right up. He checked the starter and found nothing wrong. He suggested I have the battery checked where I purchased it, as it was still under warranty. The dealer tested the battery and found nothing wrong. Ive used the car for the past “ve months and have had no starting problems. I start it an average of six or seven times a day for short trips. The problem reappeared this past week. And while I waited for AAA, my neighbor (not a mechanic) suggested leaving the lights on. Lo and behold, the car started before AAA arrived and I have been using the car every day with no problem. Any ideas about whats wrong? Thanks. „ Bob Oh yes, the magic light trick. Weve seen some cases where, if you have a weak connection at the battery, sometimes drawing power (like from the lights) will improve that connection a bit over time. And if it improves the connection enough to start the car before it runs down the battery, you might get lucky. But I wouldnt count on that working all the time. You have to “nd and “x what I think is a bad connection. The most likely problem is that you have a loose or corroded battery terminal end. Thats where the cable attaches to the battery. We see this a lot on older cars. And on a lot of older GM cars, like your Oldsmobile, the terminal ends are on the side of the battery where they can be hard to see and examine. So even though your battery was checked, that could have been missed. I know, because Ive missed it. If you want to test this theory, next time the car fails to start, have someone turn the key while you jiggle those two battery terminal wires, one at a time. If that makes it start, youve found the problem. Then you can have somebody remove, clean and tighten the terminal ends, and you should be all set. If the terminal ends are tight and perfectly clean, then you could have a bad ground. A good ground between the battery and the chassis or engine block is necessary in order for electricity to ”ow from the battery to the starter. And if your ground cable or clamp is old and corroded, that could intermittently prevent the car from starting. Rather than try to “nd the problem and “x it, its often easier in these cases to simply run a new ground wire from the negative battery terminal to the engine. It could be a bad starter, but I think if it was the starter, the problem would have recurred more often. So I think you have a bad connection, Bob. And a good neighbor.Its back-to-school time for updated vehicle technologyDear Car Talk: I recently bought a 2018 car that I love driving. However, my new car, and every other car that I test drove, has far more gadgets, lights and symbols than my old (2006) car had. Do you have any ideas on the best way to master all these new gadgets? „ Sally Its not easy, Sally. We are going through a technological revolution right now. While its resulting in safer cars, its also creating a learning curve for lots of new car buyers. Unfortunately, were in the phase of this revolution where humans still need to interact with and control the technology. At some point, itll all be invisible, and just work perfectly in the background. You may be old enough to remember when computers required you to programŽ them for speci“c tasks. Now, you just point and click. And eventually, youll just be driving along with your husband, daydreaming, and „ poof „ your high school boyfriends Facebook page will just automatically pop up on your phone. But for now, we have two recommendations. One is to “nd the person at your dealership who specializes in technology. Almost every dealership has one of these people now, because the car salesmen are naturally inclined to make something up when they dont know the answer. And that wasnt going well. So theres usually one specialist whos assigned to give you an overview of all your new cars technology before you drive off the lot. Unfortunately, for most people, its overwhelming. Our suggestion: Make an appointment and go back. In fact, go back as many times as you need to. Itll cost nothing. And now that youre familiar with the cars basics, youll be able to absorb more details about the new stuff. Our other recommendation is something most people havent had to do in ages: Read the owners manual. But dont read it in your easy chair with the new Queer EyeŽ on in the background. Read it while sitting in the drivers seat. Take an hour at a time, start at the beginning, and read through the manual, going as slowly as you need to. As you get to explanations of features that are new to you, try them out. Youll be more likely to remember them if you do that. We wish there were a faster way to do it, but until Audible comes out with best-seller owners manuals as books on tape,Ž youre stuck plowing through it yourself, Sally. And “nally, just because all the technology is there, doesnt mean you have to use it all. If adaptive cruise control, which makes the car slow down and speed up in highway traf“c, isnt important to you, dont use it. But you should get familiar with all the safety stuff. And your dealers technology specialist and the owners manual are the two best ways to do that. Got a question about cars? Write to Ray in care of King Features, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, or email by visiting the Car Talk website at www. cartalk.com.Good neighbor helps work out bad battery connection Ray MAGLIOZZICar Talk Columnist in 1996 and saw where these cars were virtually hand-built. Allan was very impressed. Here again I urge you to speak with them when see this happy couple t the show In conjunction with Bill Akin and other Vietnam Combat Veterans, we of VMCCA SW Fl Region would like it known our club conducted four different fund-raising car shows at Muscle Car City to raise money to help build the Punta Gorda Vietnam Wall, averaging $4500 each time. We are very proud of these events, Don Royston is president of the Vintage (formerly Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region and may be reached at 941626-4452 or leekr42@ embarqmail.com.ROYSTONFROM PAGE 4adno=3621324-1

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Page 8 C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018OUR TOWN By DANIEL SUTPHINSTAFF WRITERThe Punta Gorda Police Department recently honored four Punta Gorda residents for their time and efforts as members of the departments Volunteers in Policing program. The department created the VIP program in 1997. First and foremost,Ž said PGPD Chief Pam Davis at the Punta Gorda City Council meeting where they were honored,  the volunteer program ƒ its the best Ive ever seen anywhere. Im so very proud of this program.Ž The Rev. Bill Klossner and Frank Whippel both received milestone awards for 20 years of service each with the VIP program. Both signed up in 1998. Klossner serves as senior chaplain for the department and runs the chaplain component of PGPDs volunteer program. James Muenz and Charlotte Quinn have each served 10 years in the VIP program; they both received 10-year milestone awards. I cant even imagine the amount of hours youve put in,Ž said Davis. We couldnt do it without you.Ž Davis said the departments 87 volunteers put in 11,743 hours in the 2018 fiscal year. They conducted 3,827 directed patrols, navigated 4,840 miles of our waterways, completed 1,556 fingerprint sets and so many other important tasks,Ž said Davis. (That really) puts in perspective just how important the years of service that these (four volunteers) have given us.Ž The VIP program consists of the marine unit, records and administrative, and the community services unit. The marine unit is responsible for patrolling the citys canals and waterways, as well as rescuing boaters in distress and helping out with boater safety education. The records and administrative volunteers greet visitors at the PGPD office and handle fingerprinting and administrative tasks. The community services unit provides support at community events and advocates for the citys police department. We couldnt do what we do without our volunteers,Ž said Davis.Email: dsutphin@sun-herald.comPolice volunteers honored for 20 years of service PHOTO BY DANIEL SUTPHINPunta Gorda Police Chief Pam Davis honored four long-time members of PGPDs Volunteers in Policing program with milestone award s at Wednesdays regular City Council meeting at council chambers in Punta Gorda. Pictured from left, are Chief Pam Davis, the Rev. Bill Klossner and Frank W hippel who served 20 years in the VIP program, and James Muenz and Charlotte Quinn who volunteered for 10 years in the program. The citys VIP program was create d in 1997. l t A JAMISON TREE SERVICE Complete & Professional Professional Arborist FREE Estimate!Lic. & Ins. 941-423-0020475-6611www.Jamison-treeserviceinc.com POOL FENCE COMPANYKeeping kids safer in Charlotte County Since 1963ŽLicensed & Insured (941) 769-2907 TIM FLURYLocal Distributor€ U.S. Patent No. 4380327 € Original Safety Barrier € Removable in Minutes € 4 Feet High & 5 Feet High € Available in All Colors www.howardspoolworld.com Lic. #CPC053310 Voted Best Pool Service by Charlotte Sun 21 years in a row! HOWARDS POOL WORLD, INC. PROFESSIONAL POOL PEOPLE Pool Repairs € Maintenance € Heaters 941-625-6007 New Construction & RemodelingWeekly Pool MaintenanceMario Maietta(941) 625-6481Poolsbyprimo@gmail.com20020 Veterans Blvd, Unit 5 € Port Charlotte, FL 33954Lic# CPC1457430 BY MARIO THE POOL STORE Do Your Own Pool Economically With Expert Advice! (941) 625-1190thepoolstoreofcharlottecounty.com(in Deep Creek next to Hampton Inn) Tremendous Tree Inc. & Nursery Total Tree Care Nursery Open Sat. $10 OFF Murdock Stones Etc. € 941-629-6651 € 941-698-9769 With Coupon. Cant be combined with other offers or coupons. Exp. 5/31/19 LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES & DELIVERY SERVICE CODE SH H.I. Murdock Stones, Etc.  WE WILL ROCK YOU Ž 590 Prineville St., Port Charlotte € 7621 Sawyer Circle, South Gulf Cove 941-629-6651 € 941-698-9769 TOLLFREE 866-670-6665 WEB MurdockStonesEtc.com Mon-Fri: 8AM-5PM € Sat: 8AM-12PM € Free EstimatesLANDSCAPING SUPPLIES & DELIVERY SERVICE $30/cubic yd. Murdock Stones Etc. € 941-629-6651 € 941-698-9769 With Coupon. Cant be combined with other offers or coupons. Exp. 5/31/19 RED OR CYPRESS MULCH CODE SH H.I.adno=3624508-1

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TODAYNorth Port Moose, Ship cap and crew at 1! celebration of life for Danielle Stevens at 5 bring a dish 14156 tamiami trl North Port VFW, Members & Guests, 10AM-10PM, Lunch 11-2, Pool Table, Bowling, Jukebox. Whats your pleasure? 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 Upa Yoga, 10 am, Shannon Staub Library, 941-861-1740, Pre-yoga instruction for all ages. AMVETS 2000 Euchre, Euchre 11:30 a.m. $10 entre fees SAT. Tacos 12-3 p.m. $1.50 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 AMVETS 2000 Tacos, Saturdays Tacos only $1.50 12-3 p.m. Karaoke by Greg Gage @ 7:30 p.m. 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 Canteen Bingo, Canteen Bingo,$2/hnd 2 hnds max/ game AmrLgnPost 254 6648 TaneytownSt.NP 2-4:30 p.m. Food avl. Mbrs/Gsts.Inf 779 770-8947 Deep Creek Elks 2763, DC Elks 2763 Open 4 p.m.-Dinner Special, Prime Rib, Fish & more 5-8 p.m. TIM & ROSANNE 6:30-9:30 p.m. Reservations: 941-249-8067 AMVETS 312 event, Halloween Party 5-??? Treats, music, costume contest, raffles, games. 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 SUNDAYAMVETS 2000 Special, Best Breakfast in Town Large menu to choose from only $7 incl/bev 401 Ortiz Blvd NP 941-429-1999 North Port Moose, NFL Sunday Funday! Kitchen opens at noon and we will have your team on! 14156 Tamiami trl NP 941-426-2126 North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Open 10AM-8PM, $0.25 off drafts, domestic bottles & well drinks, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 9OUR TOWN TODAYBazaar/Flea Market, Post #113..8 am-2 pm..something for everyone..Shop Early! Lunch & baked goods available...proceeds to SW Honor Flight. Vendors Wanted!, Post #113,Rotonda W..Treasure/Swap Meet day..8 am-2 p.m...call Laura 941-662-5503 or Unit113ALA@ aol.com for info. St.Francis Sale, St. Francis Thrifty Treasures & Boutique Rummage Sale on Sat, 10/27 from 9 to 12. Cornhole 12:30 p.m., Rotonda Elks playing at American Legion sign in 12:30 $2.00 per round. Open to public. Bring your buddies Bingo, VFW 10178 Auxiliary 550 N. McCall Road, Engleeood 1:00 „ 3:30 P.M. Public welcome 941-474-7516 KARAOKE, Every Sunday 4:00 „ 7:00 p.m. VFW Post 10178 550 N. McCall Road. By Sonny & Heather Food Available 941-474-7516 Trunk or Treat, Free food, family photo, lots of candy, bounce house, crafts. Sat Oct 27, 4-6 p.m.. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC 697-1747 Monster Mash Party, Starts 5 p.m.. Food 6-7 p.m.. Big Time Entertainment 7-10 p.m.. $12pp. Costume it up! Prizes & fun. Rotonda Elks, members&guest Saturday Karaoke, Am.Legion Post 113 Rotonda West 697-3616 Saturday karaoke with Al & Marilyn 6:30. SUNDAYChicken Bbq, Chicken BBQ 11:30 am „ 1 pm. 265 Pine St. 3 sides, desert & drink for $10 donation. 941-525-7212. PUBLIC WELCOME Broasted Chicken, Best broasted chicken, potato wedges & cole slaw 2-4 p.m. Eat in or take out. Rotonda Elks, members & guests CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS TODAYBazaar/Flea Market, Post#113..8 am-2 pm..something for everyone..Shop Early! Lunch & baked goods available..proceeds to SW Honor Flight. Vendors Wanted!, Post #113,Rotonda W..Treasure/Swap Meet Day..8 am-2 pm..call Laura 941-662-5503 or Unit113ALA@aol. com for info. PG Farmers Market, 8 „ 1 p.m. taylor st. & olympia ave.941-391-4856 Produce, olives, pickles, butcher, seafood, bakery, cheese & live music. Holiday Marketplace, 10 am „ 3 pm, Isles Yacht Club, 1780 West Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. 941-639-1369. Lunch available. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Road PC 941-629-1645 dinner 5-8 Open Mic Billy G. Bingo 1-4 Bingo, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 10:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m.. Game packs start at $13. Over 25 games w/payouts up to $250. 625-4175. Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch, 3 p.m. Tiki open, 5-8 Dinner, 6 p.m. QnHrts, 6:309:30 Music by Verceal@25538 ShorePG637-2606, members & guests Oldies Music Event, Throwback to the 50s event, 12 noon-4 pm at Fishermens Village. Music, dancing, fun contests. 639-8721 Dog Tales, Kids read to Suncoast Humane Society Therapy Dogs. FREE 1-2 p.m. PC Library 2280 Aaron St. 941.764.5562 Calling All Pirates!, Crafts, games, and more. Families. FREE! PC Library 2280 Aaron St. 941.764.5562 2-3:30 p.m. Pirate costumes welcome! Free Open Cruise In, Sat. Oct. 27, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Home Depot, 3941 Tamiami Trail/Burnt Store Road. PG. by SW Fl. Region VMCCA. Open to all yrs, makes & models collector typet cars/truck/ motorcycles incl. modified. Free coffee & donuts, door prizes, 50/50 raffle to show participants Lee 941-626-9359. Featured EventPAID ADVERTISEMENT The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run as submitted.Ž To submit an item, go to www.yoursun.com, select an edition and click on the Community CalendarŽ link on the left. Click Submit Event,Ž and fill out the appropriate information. PHOTO BY DEBRA GOUVELLISThe North Port Senior Center has a Basic Exercise class every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Our classes are from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m.,Ž said Brenda Horton, the basic exercise instructor. For more information, call 941-426-2204.Basic Exercise class Community Action Agency Board … Nov. 8, 4 p.m., Room 226, William L. Little Health & Human Services Center, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-2576 Mechanical Contractors Licensing & Examining Board … Nov. 1, 3 p.m., Conference Room 8, Sarasota County Operations Center, 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5214 Parks Advisory and Recreation Council (PARC) … Nov. 1, 2:30 p.m., Room F, Venice Community Center, 326 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice. Call 941-861-0990 Planning Commission Meeting … Nov. 1, 5 p.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5000 … LIVE TV and Webcast Sarasota Soil & Water Conservation District Board … Nov.1, 9 a.m., Conference Room, Manasota Service Center, 6942 Professional Parkway E., Sarasota. Call 941-907-0011 Seniors Advisory Council … Nov. 1, 3 p.m., Room 226, William L. Little Health & Human Services Center, 2200 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-2882 Value Adjustment Board (VAB) Petitioner Hearings … Oct. 29-Nov. 9, 9 a.m., Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. All hearing schedules are subject to change. Call 941-861-5279 Value Adjustment Board (VAB) Organizational Meeting … Oct. 31, 9 a.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5279County and Mote agree on terms for proposed aquarium site Sarasota County Commissioners approved a term sheet with Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium on Wednesday that outlines details to locate a new aquarium at Sara sota Countys Nathan Benderson Park. According to the term sheet, Sarasota County and Mote will enter into a subsequent agree ment that outlines the process and agreements associated with the transaction of 11.45 acres of land requested to build the Mote Marine Science Education Aquarium. Within 90 days of the short-term leases commencement, Mote will be required to apply for all land-use approvals needed to eventually own and develop the property. Fol lowing the outcome of the land-use approvals, Sarasota County will either convey the land to Mote or enter into a long-term lease with Mote, who will operate the property at their own expense. The county commissioners approved separating Motes request for land back a resolution supporting the proposed aquarium. The county commissioners approved the resolution supporting the proposed aquarium project and requested a term sheet to be developed and brought back for their consideration. According to Sarasota County Ad ministrator Jonathan Lewis, county representatives to bring this term sheet before commissioners for their consideration. For more information call 941-8615000 or visit scgov.net. Sarasota County earns national parks accreditation Sarasota County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources has earned accreditation through the Commis sion for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA), joining only 22 other agencies in Florida to earn the same honor. CAPRA provides the only national accreditation of parks and recreation agencies. The accreditation serves as a mea sure of an agencys overall quality of operation, management and service to the community. CAPRA accreditation indicates that an agency has met rigorous stan dards related to the management and administration of lands, facilities, resources, programs, safety and services. Sarasota County has 55,000 acres of park land, including beaches, natural areas and recreation centers. For more information call 941-8615000 or visit scgov.net. adno=3621593-1 AS WE WORSHIP HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCA LE D B Y T H E S P I R IT W E SE R VE GOD AND S HAR E CHR ISTS L O VE W IT H A LL Come a n d see God  s L ove i n actio n Worship: Saturday-5:30 pm, Sunday-10:00 amSenior Respite Care O ered! 14200 Hopewell Ave, Pt. Charlotte, FL 33981941-697-2345 www.hopelutheranpc.org Northside Christian Church685 North Indiana Ave. (776), Englewood, FL941-474-4437 Sunday School................9:00AM Worship Service.............10:00AM Bible Study, Wed............7:00PM Roto n da West Comm un ity Ch u rch501 Rotonda Blvd W, Rotonda, FL Dr. Michael Mc L erre n PastorSunday worship is 1 0:30 a.m. Nursery provided for up to age 5941-69 7 2 1 00 St. Francis of Assisi Catholic ChurchMasses: Weekdays: 8:15 am Sat: 3:00pm, 4:30pm (Jan. thru Easter) 4:00pm (Easter thru December) Sun: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00 Noon (Jan thru Easter) 8:00am, 10:00am (Easter thru December) Sacrament of ReconciliationSaturday 3:00 pm Rev. Richard York, Pastorwww.sfoachurch.com5265 Placida Rd., Grove City 941-697-4899 REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH & CHILD CARELCMSPastor Jim KressSunday Worship 9:15 AM Sunday School 9:15 AM Adult Bible Class 8:30 AM 6465 Mayport St., Englewood 941-475-2410 „ www.redeemer” .com 551 Roto n da Blvd. West941-69 7 33 1 3E mail: o ce @ alivi ngf aith.or g www .alivi ngf aith.or g Sunday Worship 9:30 amThe Rev. Dr. Brian Armen, Pastor Comm un ity Presbyteria n Ch u rchRev. Dawn Mayes, PastorSunday Worship 10:00 a.m.If you are looking for COMMUNITY, youll “ nd it here!941-474-9579 www.cpcenglewood.com 405 S. McCall Rd., Englewood, FL 34223 E arly Worshi p 8 :30am Mai n Worshi p 1 0:30amWorship Center Now Open! 140 Rotonda Blvd. West941-475-SHIP (7447) fcenglewood.comNEW Pastor Tim Davis Sunday Worship, 9:46 am 941-380-1388 Follow Our Live Stream at www.alwcenglewood.com Ministry FIRST!Ž ST. DAVIDS EPISCOPAL CHURCH SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:00AM & 10:00AM474-3140 401 S. Broadway stdavidsenglewood.org ALL ARE WELCOME Calvary Baptist CHURCHJohn M. Boutchia III Senior PastorSunday School 9:45am Sunday Worship 11:00am & 6pm Englewood Bible Hour Wed. 7pm Youth Group & Kids Wed. 6:30pm75 Pine St. 475-1555€ www.calbaptist.net 11 0 5 0 Willmi ng to n Blvd. Eng le w ood, FL www.wcbaptistchurch.org € (941) 475-5363Sunday Worship Morning Worship 10:15 am Evening Worship 6:00 pm Pastor: Rev Clif Burritt ENGLEWOOD EAST CHURCH OF CHRIST 941-475-4973 € www.engchurch 9600 Gulfstream Blvd., Englewood, FL 34224-9256 Senior Minister, Jim ChandlerSUNDAYAdult Sunday School 10 am Worship Service 11 amWEDNESDAYBible Study 6 pm ENGLEWOOD CHURCHES Crosspoint Church of NazareneSunday School at 9:45 am Morning Service at 10:45 am Children's Service at 10:45 am Adult Fellowship at 5:30 pm Wednesday Bible Study at 6:30 pm 404 W. Green St., Englewood 941-475-1034 10 Give me now wisdom and knowledge, that I may go out and come in before this people: for who can judge this thy people, that is so great? 11 And God said to Solomon, Because this was in thine heart, and thou hast not asked riches, wealth, or honour, nor the life of thine enemies, neither yet hast asked long life; but hast asked wisdom and knowledge for thyself, that thou mayest judge my people, over whom I have made thee king: 12 Wisdom and knowledge is granted unto thee; and I will give thee riches, and wealth, and honour, such as none of the kings have had that have been before thee, neither shall there any after thee have the like. 2 Chronicles 1:10-12adno=3623690-1

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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018OUR TOWNPort Charlotte:€ Trunk-or-Treat Family Style : Gulf Cove United Methodist Church, 1100 McCall Road, Port Charlotte (Gulf Cove area) from 4 pm. to 6 p.m. on Saturday. There will be free food, crafts, a bounce house, and lots of candy. Get your family photo taken. For more information, call 941-697-1747, email GulfCoveUMC@ gmail.com, or visit GulfCoveChurch.com. € Howl-O-Ween : The Animal Welfare League, 3519 Drance St., Port Charlotte, will host an open house from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. It will feature Halloween-themed activities, including bobbing for apples to reveal your adoption fee. Patrons can have their pet photographed in Halloween costumes. Raf” es and refreshments will be included. For more information, call 941-625-6720. € Kids Halloween Fest : The Boys and Girls Clubs of Charlotte County and Macaroni Kid, 21450 Gilbralter Drive, Suite 10, Port Charlotte from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday. Food trucks, trick R treating, costume contest with prizes, carnival games, giveaways, bounce houses, face painting, pumpkin painting, balloon artist and more. Cost $7 per child includes all activities. Free parking. € Trunk-or-Treat : Franz Ross YMCA, 19333 Quesada Ave., Port Charlotte from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday. Bounce house, costume contest, cake walk and spooky games and prizes. Free and open to the public. Costumes are not required. For more information, call 941-629-9622. € Trunk-or-Treat : Murdock Baptist Church, 18375 Cochran Blvd., Port Charlotte from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Free food and refreshments, family photo booth, in” atable games, prizes and costume contests and pet costume contest. For more information, call 941-627-6352. € Trunk-or-Treat : A free, fun family event at the Port Charlotte Moose Lodge, 3462 Loveland Blvd., Port Charlotte at 7 p.m. on Wednesday. € HOWL-O-WEEN at the mall. Need a fun place to go trick or treating? Come to Port Charlotte Town Center for Trick or Treating on Wednesday, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and have spooktacular fun. This special event is geared toward our younger guests up to the age of 12. For the safety of our guests and tenants, face masks are not permitted on anyone over the age of 12 during this Halloween event. Free. € SkeleTONS of FUN dance party : Dance off all the candy you ate at Port Charlotte Town Center from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Show off your best dance moves, Spooky Staff will be rewarding you with more treats! Parents and Guardians are encouraged to dance with the kids to “ nish off your Mall-Wide Trick or Treating. Open to all ages. € Cops N Goblins : Join the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ ce, Fire & EMS, and local businesses for its second annual Cops N Goblins event from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, at Charlotte Sports Park, 2300 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte. This year will be even bigger and better-you dont want to miss the fun! Enjoy bounce houses, games, face painting, trunk or treating, interactive game trailer and much more. Patrol vehicles such as boats, bikes, and cars will be on display for children to see, as well as an ambulance, “ re truck, and county vehicles! Local companies and organizations will be there joining in on the fun. The event is free and open to the public.Punta Gorda:€ Haunting on the Harbor : Halloween Festival and Haunted House, downtown Punta Gorda. Saturday, Festival and Haunted House; Sunday, Haunted House only; Wednesday, Halloween Party and Haunted House. Southwest Floridas largest haunted house. More information or tickets, visit http://puntagordahaunting.com. € Hurricane Charleys Halloween Party : Live music with American Made from 8 p.m. to midnight on Saturday. For more information, visit www.hurricanecharleys.com. € Halloween Boo Bash : Deans South of the Border, 130 Tamiami Trail. Kids costume contest and parade at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. Prizes for the most funny, cutest, scariest and most unique. Zombie Dance Workshop with Florida Dance Workshop at 2 p.m. Adult costume contest at 11 p.m. € Harpoon Harrys : Children Pumpkin Patch Halloween Party complete with magic show from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Children of the Corn Halloween Party hosted by DJ Manny C. from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Adults only after 9 p.m. € Celebrate Owlloween with Peace River Wildlife Center : The Peace River Wildlife Center will host a Halloween Sunset Cruise to bene“ t the animals of PRWC with a departure of 6 p.m. on Tuesday, from Fishermens Village on the Charlotte Lady. Costumes are encouraged, but not required. Tickets are $50 per person and included appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks. Cash bar available. Tickets available at the Center or online at prwildlife.org. For more information, call 941-637-3830. € Halloween Party : The American Legion Post 103, 2101 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda is holding a Halloween Potluck Party from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday. The Post is serving prime rib sandwiches and is asking party goers to bring a small dish to share. Entertainment will be provided by Miss Birdie Lee. Prizes will be awarded for scariest, funniest, most original and best overall costumes. The party is free and open to members and guest. For more information, call 941-639-6339. € Fall Festival : Christ Community United Methodist Church, 2700 Sunnybrook Road, Punta Gorda, Trunk or Treat at 5 p.m. on Wednesday. For more information, call 941-629-1593.Halloween Happenings TEXT OF PUBLIC NOTICE (FULL POWER STATIONS) On October 9, 2018, an application was “ led with the Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C., seeking its consent to the assignment of the broadcast licenses of radio station WIKX, CHARLOTTE HARBOR, FL, WCCF, PUNTA GORDA, FL, WCVU, SOLANA, FL from CITICASTERS LICENSES, INC, AS DEBTOR IN POSSESSION, to CITICASTERS LICENSES, INC, WKII, SOLANA, FL, from CLEAR CHANNEL BROADCASTING LICENSES, INC, AS DEBTOR IN POSSESSION, to CLEAR CHANNEL BROADCASTING LICENSES, INC., WBCG, MURDOCK, FL, from CC LICENSES, LLC, AS DEBTOR IN POSSESSION, to CC LICENSES, LLC.WCCF operates on 1580 AM. WKII operates on 1070 AM. WBCG operates on 98.9 FM. WCVU operates on 104.9 FM. WIKX operates on 92.9 FM.CITICASTERS LICENSES, INC CLEAR CHANNEL BROADCASTING LICENSES, INC, and CC LICENSES, LLC are each an indirect subsidiary of iHeartCommunications, Inc., which in turn is an indirect subsidiary of iHeartMedia, Inc. iHeartMedia, Inc. is controlled by Clear Channel Capital IV, LLC, the members of which are Bain Capital (CC) IX, L.P. and Thomas H. Lee Equity Fund VI, L.P. Bain Capital (CC) IX, L.P. is ultimately controlled by Bain Capital Investors, LLC, and Thomas H. Lee Equity Fund VI, L.P. is ultimately controlled by THL Holdco, LLC. The individual o cers, directors, and voting members of one or more of these entities are Robert Walls, Jr., Scott Bick, Brian Coleman, Je Littlejohn, Stephen Davis, Lauren Dean, Steve Macri, Scott Wells, Gayle Troberman, Steve Mills, Paul McNicol, Frederic Brace, Charles Cremens, John Belitsos, Matthew Freeman, Juliana Hill, Scott Hamilton, Jessica Marventano, Melissa Fleming, William Eccleshare, Wendy Goldberg, Robert Pittman, Duaine Smith, Steven Barnes, John Connaughton, Ian Loring, Blair Hendrix, Richard Bressler, Laura Grattan, Scott Sperling, David Abrams, Jonathon Jacobson, James Carlisle, Joshua Nelson, Joshua Bekenstein, Philip Loughlin IV, Stephen Pagliuca, Michael Ward, Todd Abbrecht, Thomas Hagerty, Soren Oberg, Kent Weldon and Anthony DiNovi.A copy of the application and related materials are available for public inspection online at www.fcc.govadno=3623680-1 adno=3624833-1 Ellen McCarthy, Broker Assoc. Multi Million $ Producer Specializing in Residential, Waterfront, New Construction, Lots and Commercial. 19700 Cochran Blvd Port Charlotte, FL 33948 Direct: 941-235-5648 ellenmc@portcharlotte-pgi.com www.Portcharlotte-pgi.com adno=3623920-1 REALTOR Office 335 Tamiami Trl. Port Charlotte, FL 33953 (941) 740-0529 maureen@kelligroup.com www.kelligroup.com Maureen Duso Realtor adno=3623919 Let me put my experience to work for you!Ž adno=3621598-1 Jan Demers PARealtor Anchor of Marina ParkMobile: 941-276-2583 jandemerspa@gmail.com www.jandemers.listingbook.com150 Laishley Court Punta Gorda, FL 33950Each of“ ce is independently owned and operated adno=3624517-1SELLING Florida Lifestyles!941-661-3153” lifestyles@comcast.netKim Paolicelli Keller Williams Peace River Partners Let my experience and enthusiasm work for you.ŽWhen Buying Or Selling, Work With Over 27 Years Experience.Get A FREE Home Market Analysis When You Visit selling” oridalifestyles.com adno=8606603 PATTY GILLESPIEREALTOR, SRES, GRI, CSSS14850 Tamiami Trail € North Port941-875-2755www.pattygillespie.comAnchor adno=3624515-1Meet Patty. Comfortable and con“ dent, those are the feelings you come away with after meeting Patty. Heres someone you can relate to and who you will enjoy. Patty has the ability to impart trust and caring, because she wants your real estate experience to be an enjoyable adventure. Buying and/or selling a home has been well documented as a stressful and demanding experience. Patty takes these factors out of the process and gives you the con“ dence you need to make your housing experience what it should be … positive and rewarding. Call Patty, meet a friend! adno=3624516-1 Award Winning Multi-Million Dollar Producerwww.ISellHomesInParadise.com941-586-846319700 Cochran Blvd. Port Charlotte, FL 33948 shelleegee@verizon.net "People Helping People"Shellee & Jimmy "G" Guinta To RESERVE Your Spot on is Page for NOVEMBERPLEASE CALL 941-429-3110

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 11OUR TOWN Punta Gorda GETTEL .COM 941-639-1155Sales Hours: Monday Friday 8:30am 7:00pm | Saturday 8:30am 5:00pm | Sunday 12:00pm 5:00pmService Hours: Monday Friday 7:30am 5:30pm | Saturday 8:00am 2:00pm | Sunday Closed Looking for a deal on your next vehicle? GETTEL AUTOMOTIVE OF CHARLOTTE COUNTYOVER 500 PREOWNED VEHICLES ON SALE!2007 Toyota Prius Stk#T600242A ..............$28552004 Mercury Sable Stk#G126910A ........$39452012 Toyota Yaris Stk#T193432A ...............$43652006 Lincoln Town Car Stk#T277184A ...$48502006 Toyota Camry Stk#T011430A ...........$49842010 Toyota Corolla Stk#T176096A ..........$53502011 Toyota Prius Two Stk#T508573A ...$55042009 Toyota Corolla Stk#T155612A ..........$58842004 Toyota 4Running Stk#T594893B ....$59842010 Toyota Prius I Stk#T191958B ............$61592011 Dodge Caliber Stk#NL14842A ........$65902008 Buick LaCrosse Stk#T673761A ......$69842007 Toyota Camry Stk#T499875A ..........$69902010 Mitsubishi Lancer Stk#T825264A ..$70002005 Chevrolet Colorado Stk#T067426B .$72782012 Hyundai Elantra Stk#T129332B ......$73502008 Toyota Highlander Stk#TP0783 ......$79842015 Toyota Corolla Stk#T496311A ...........$80212012 Toyota Corolla Stk#T661697A ..........$83502008 Ford Expedition Stk#T273091A ......$84502007 Ford Mustang Stk#TC0751A ............$85842017 Hyundai Accent Stk#TS0807 ...........$91592009 Dodge Charger R/T Stk#G648555A $92872012 Toyota Camry Stk#T021093B ...........$93502011 BMW 128i Stk#TS0785B ....................$93842015 Hyundai Sonata Stk#T647202A..$10,1502013 Nissan Sentra Stk#T655588A ....$10,3502012 Acura TSX Stk#TR0735A ...............$10,4542013 Chrysler 200 Stk#N618087A .........$10,7672013 RAM 1500 Stk#T683537A .............$10,824 PLUS WELL BUY YOUR CAR, EVEN IF YOU DONT BUY OURS! GettelChevrolet.com GettelCDJR.com GettelToyotaOfCharlotteCounty.com GettelMitsubishi.com 12 GETTEL DEALERSHIPS ARE BATTLING TO BE #1! THE GAMES ON TO SELL 2000 VEHICLES! ITS THE 5000 VEHICLES ALL ON SALE! OVER Gettel Toyota of Charlotte County Gettel Chevy Buick GMC Gettel Lincoln Gettel Mitsubishi GettelLincoln.comWith approved credit. 36 month lease with $3933(MKZ $3923) due at signing including $0 security. 10,500 miles per year allowed, 20¢ per mile thereafter. Excludes dealer installed options. Excludes tax, tag, title fee, $899 pre-delivery service fee and $185 electronic tag registration fee. See dealer for details. Expires 10/31/2018.GettelMitsubishi.com36 month lease with $4388 due at signing including $0 security. 12,000 miles per year, 20¢ per mile thereafter. Excludes tax, tag, title fee, $899 pre-delivery service fee and $185 electronic tag registration fee. See dealer for details. Expires 10/31/2018.GettelChevrolet.comPrice plus tax, tag and applicable fees. With a qualifying trade. Dealer retains all rebates. Must nance with GM Financial. Dealer installed options extra. Percent off is based on a combination of factory incentives and dealer discount. $899 dealer fee applies. See dealer for details. Expiration date 10/31/18.GettelToyotaofCharlotteCounty.comWith approved credit. 36 month leases with $5000 due at signing including $0 security. 12,000 miles per year, 20¢ per mile thereafter. Excludes tax, tag, title fee, $899 pre-delivery service fee and $185 electronic tag registration fee. See dealer for details. Expires 10/31/2018.YOUR CHOICE PER MONTH$110 2018 CAMRY LE2018 RAV4 LE 2018 TACOMA SR5 8COS5 08 $13,495OFF MSRP y P 2018 CHEVROLETSILVERADOSTK#G272016 MSRP $44,140$10,953OFF IN SAVINGS MSR P P STK#G272016 MSRP $44 1 40 STK#G272016MSRP$441 40 O FF IN SAVIN G G S S NEW 2018 GMCTERRAIN SLTSTK#G398066 MSRP $38,950 UP TO UP TOALLNEW 2018 MITSUBISHIECLIPSE CROSS$189/MO S NEW 2019 LINCOLNMKC SELECTNEW 2018 LINCOLNMKZ PREMIEREPER MONTH LEASE$289PER MONTH LEASE$279STK#NL14842STK#N622793 PER STK#NL14842 MKZ PREMIERE S TK#N 6 2279 3 GETTEL.COMadno=3623931-1

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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018OUR TOWN NORTH PORT „ The Brown Bag Lunch Gardening SeriesŽ is presented by the University of Floridas Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, the Sarasota County Extension Service Master Gardener Program and the city of North Port. The next interactive lecture New to FloridaŽ will be hosted from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15 at the Garden of the Five Senses in North Port.Growing gardeners Nancy Leighton presents once a month a dierent topic about agriculture or landscaping at a North Port location during the Brown Bag Lunch Gardening Series. PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYANancy Alder won what would be the rst vegetable in her new garden. Pam Tokarz moved to North Port two weeks ago, and is interested in learning all about the specications for gardening in Florida. To feature your accomplishments in next years please call 941-429-3110adno=3623880-1 Mike Battaglia, owner of Mikes Mattress, has been a Charlotte County resident since 1972 and has been in the mattress business for 16 years. Everyone that works here has lived in Charlotte County for a long time and is very active in the communityŽ, says Mike. Customers like the fact that they are dealing with local people who truly care... that, along with providing the highest quality American made mattresses at the lowest prices are the reasons I think we have been voted Best Mattress Store 12 years in a rowŽ. Mike Battaglia 23330 Harborview Road Port Charlotte, 33980 941-629-5550 MikesMattress.com adno=362324 7 David Shremshock is a Florida Licensed Land Surveyor since 1995. He has been surveying in Southwest Florida for over 20 years. He held his position of Vice President of a Venice company from 1993 to 2008 until he went out on his own. He is now the owner and operator of his own local North Port survey company since August 2008. His company is fully licensed, insured and is a full service survey company providing a wide range of survey needs to our local community. David B. Shremshock, PSM Shremshock Surveying, Inc. 5265 Alametos Terrace North Port, FL 941-423-8875 www.shremshocksurveying.com adno=3623368-1 Providing the best service for the best price. We are able to help cli ents that speak English, Russian, Spanish and Ukrainian. We offer auto, life, health, Medicare Supplement, disability coverage and more. We also offer State Farm Bank products which includes auto financing, mortgage loans, CDs, Money Market, savings and checking accounts. NMLS#382940 Dean McConville Insurance Agency 14506 Tamiami Trail, North Port 941-429-3326 www.deanmcconville.com adno=3622588-1 Owen has lived in Punta Gorda for over 20 years. He graduated from Charlotte High School before obtaining his associates degree from our local Edison College, he then attended Florida Gulf Coast University majoring in psychology. Realizing his passion for the automotive business he went on to attend the acclaimed Jim Moran and Associates business management school in Deerfield Beach, FL. Throughout high school and college and for the next six years Owen continued to serve in every capacity of Gene Gorman Auto Sales and Service. In 2008 Owen was promoted to his present position of Vice President and General Manager of total operations. Owen has created a Next GenerationŽ apprentice program offering sales and service training to qualified college students and veterans who reside in Charlotte County. Any spare time that Owen has he enjoys spending it fishing and playing golf. Owen GormanVice President & General ManagerGene Gorman & Assoc. Inc.3305 Tamiami Trl. Punta Gorda, FL 33950 adno=3623888-1 I have been practicing Dentistry in Englewood since 1994. My parents and grandparents were born and raised in Florida, I am one of eight siblings. I grew up in Ybor City and graduated from the University of Florida Dental School in 1989. After dental school, I served three years in the U.S. Army in Germany. I have four awesome sons ranging in age from 19-27 who have made my life an incredible journey. Every day with them is an amazing adventure. Living in the Englewood Community I have had the good fortune to develop many close and meaningful friendships. Dentistry has been my passion. It brings me great joy to go to work everyday. There are so many different aspects of dentistry, so it is always interesting and challenging to me. We have a great staff in my office and I am impressed by their knowledge and enthusiasm. We strive to maintain a family friendly environment. We love our dedicated, long term patients and think theyre the best! We always welcome new patients to our dental family. Kenneth W. Lounders, DMD, PA Owner 120 N. Indiana Ave 941-475-1185 www.lounders.dentist adno=3623180-1Mike has been an Insurance Agent with State Farm Insurance since 2008. He is available to help you with your insurance needs. Mike is the past Chairman of the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce, a former board member for the Economic Development Partnership (EDP) & past board member of Team Punta Gorda. He attended the University of Florida. In Mikes spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and coaching soccer. adno=3623892-1 Mike MartinAgentState Farm Insurance425 Cross St Ste #114 (Tamiami Trail) Punta Gorda, FL 33950Off: 941-505-2550 Cell: 941-421-2592 Fax: 941-505-2150email: mikemartininsurance@yahoo.com Two State Farm agencies under one roof! We pride ourselves on providing a superior customer experience to all of our customers. Both Ron and Matt are active members within the community and love giving back to our great town of Englewood. Ron has been a State Farm Agent for over 43 years, and Matt has been an agent for 11. Ron is originally from Gastonia, NC before moving to Englewood in 1974, and Matt was born and raised here in Englewood. We offer auto, home, life, auto loans and more. We are here to help with all of your insurance and financial service needs. Call, click or visit our office to become part of the family, or stop by for coffee and cookies with your Good Neighbor! adno=3623570 941-474-9591 www.RonSmithAgency.net 941-429-7955 www.MattSmithAgency.com State Farm Insurance Ron Smith Agency Matt Smith Agency 21 S. Indiana Ave. Englewood, FL 34223 Todd Woodcock was born in Ohio, grew up in Pennsylvania, and lived in New Jersey before moving to Florida in 1999 He has specialized in Reverse Mortgages in SW Florida since 2003, helping educate home owners aged 62 or older about the many different options that are available with the use of the equity that they have built up in their home over the years and how they can util ize those funds to realize their dreams, fulfill their needs and be able to enjoy their retirement years with less worry about their finances. Todd has recently obtained his Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional designation of which there are currently only 155 people that hold this certification nationally. NMLS #455369 Corp.NMLS #4566 Todd Woodcock Access Reverse Mortgage Corp. 941-624-4804 ToddWoodcock@AccessReverse.com adno=3623176-1Nicholas Carter is the Vice President and CoFounder of CIA Carter Insurance Agency. Nicholas has been involved throughout Sarasota and Charlotte Counties with these organizations, The Venice Area Young Professionals, Charlotte Harbor Rotary Club (Past President), BNI Referrals to Riches. Leadership and Professionalism is the standard way Nicholas and the Team at CIA Carter Insurance operate. CIA Carter Insurance is pleased to announce their 10 year anniversary, Since CIA Carter Insurance began they have experienced tremendous growth and look forward to another 10 years! You can keep up with Nicholas and The CIA Team at CIASRQ. com or on Social Media platforms. adno=3623886-1 Nicholas CarterVice President & Co-FounderCIA Carter Insurance AgencySouth West Florida Phone Number 941-484-4341 Ron DeNichilo, RealtorKeller Williams Realty GoldEnglewood, FL 34223Direct: 201-390-9544E-mail: rwho25@yahoo.com Floridaron.kwrealty.comAfter having a career in Law Enforcement for 25 years, I relocated to the Englewood area 15 years ago from New Jersey. I have made so many friends, especially all my good friends from the Rotonda West V.F.W where I volunteered for 10 years. I was a bartender and served as treasurer for the Men's Auxiliary. I am in my “ fth year of selling Real Estate and I am very proud I partnered with Keller Williams Realty Gold in Englewood. What a great company! I specialize in listing and selling homes. I keep my customers informed along with good old fashioned service. If you are looking to sell your house, I am your man. I also have a team that works with buyers. So give me a call and let's talk about it. Most of my clients become friends. Ask me about my record in listing and selling homes. I really surprised myself how fast my business has grown. If you are thinking of selling your home call to schedule a free market analysis.adno=3623887-1adno=3623882-1

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 13OUR TOWN VISIT US ONLINE: DESOTOAUTOMALL.COMHighway 70 ArcadiaAll stores available at one convenient location1-800-880-3099Hours:Thurs-Friday 8am-7pm Saturday 8am-5pm Sunday ClosedVisit us 24/7 on the web atwww.DesotoAutomall.com* Prices include all factory rebates. NEW 2018 FORD TAURUS $ 20,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18F374 NEW 2018 RAM 1500 CREW CAB $ 28,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18DT122 NEW 2019 JEEP CHEROKEE $ 23,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#19JT017 NEW 2018 FORD EDGE $ 24,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T161 NEW 2018 FORD ESCAPE $ 19,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T242 NEW 2018 FORD F150 CREW CAB $ 29,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T407 NEW 2018 FORD FIESTA $ 12,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18F229 NEW 2018 FORD EXPLORER $ 28,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T464 NEW 2018 FORD FOCUS $ 14,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18F216 NEW 2018 JEEP COMPASS $ 21,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18JT208 NEW 2018 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE $ 29,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18JT484 NEW 2018 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN $ 21,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18DT135 NEW 2018 JEEP RENEGADE $ 18,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18JT186 NEW 2018 JEEP WRANGLER JL $ 30,888 SALE PRICESTOCK#18JT508 NEW 2018 FORD ECOSPORT $ 18,988 SALE PRICESTOCK#18T500 NE N E EW 2018FORD 2 20 1 8 F FO R D REDUCTION SALEadno=3623878-1

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Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018OUR TOWN The Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies (C.A.R.E) of Charlotte Countys Auxiliary Society held its annual award luncheon earlier this week at The River City Grill, in Punta Gorda. The event included a silent auction, and lunch which was donated by River City proprietor Doug Amaral. An award was given by C.A.R.E. to Charlotte County Clerk of Court Roger Eaton in recognition of his contributions.CARE honors Eaton at annual luncheon SUN PHOTOS BY JERRY BEARDThe Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies (C.A.R.E) of Charlotte Countys Auxiliary Society members pose. From left: Kristy Hol mes, Kristie Lawson, Karen McElhaney, Judith Harris, Ann Karam, Millie Roseneld, Susan Klein, Rosa Benghtt and Elaine Martin. Elaine Martin and Rosa Benghtt Marie LaBrosse arrives at the C.A.R.E. Award luncheon. Kristie Lawson, Cara Reynolds and Kristy Holmes Ceres Austria drops a ticket into a basket auction jar. Charlotte County Clerk of Court Roger Eaton receives an award from C.A.R.E. Board Chair Judith Harris, in recognition of his contributions to C.A.R.E. Faiza Kedir, Monica Luna, Punta Gorda Mayor Rachel Keesling and Rosa Benghtt. Nanette Leonard and Sharon Helphenstine Mike Riley, Cathi and Bill Dryburgh

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 1CLASSIFIEDS 7745 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota941.922.2400 Prices are plus tax, tag, title & include rebates which are subject to change. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee o f $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the dealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. D ealer not responsible for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rul es may apply. See dealer for details.www.SunsetDodgeChryslerJeep.comSERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7:00AM-6:00PM SALES HOURS: MON-FRI 8:30AM-7:00PM SAT 9:00AM-6:00PM Se habla Espaol, Bill Wagner 941-705-9095 NEW 2018 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE3.6L V6, 8-Speed Automatic, Back-Up Camera with Park Assist, Keyless Enter & GO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Aluminum Wheels, Deep Tint Sunscreen Glass, Fog Lamps, Speed Control & more. Price include “nance bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #J18867$27,499 SALE NEW 2018 FIAT124 SPIDER CONVERTIBLEBest Sports Car for the MoneyŽ U.S. News & World Reports Turbo Charged Rear Wheel Drive with Near Perfect 50/50 Weight Distribution, Power W/L/M, Automatic, Technology Pkg, Bluetooth, Back-Up Camera, Sat Radio and much more. #F1849 $25,799 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LSave another $1,000 if you Lease a non-FCA Vehicle. SafetyTec Grp w/Blind Spot Monitoring & Rear Cross Path Detection, ParkSense Rear Park Assist w/Stop, Back-Up Camera, 7-Passenger, Rear A/C wi/Heater, Keyless Enter-NGo, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth Price inc $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #C18194$22,999 SALE NEW 2018 JEEPRENEGADE SPORT 4X4Four Wheel Drive, Power Windows/Locks/ Mirror, Back-Up Camera, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Keyless Push Button Start, Speed Control, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel w/ built-in Audio Controls, 6Speakers, Price includes “nance rebate, must “nance w/Chrysler #J18630 $16,999 SALE NEW 2019 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDEBack-Up Camera, Keyless Entry, 17Ž Aluminum Wheels, Sat Radio, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Speed Control, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Sunscreen Glass, Fog Lamps, Apple CarPlay/Google Android Capable & more. Price includes “nance bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #J19135$19,999 SALE NEW 2019 RAM QUAD CAB3.6L V-6, 8-Speed Automactic, Power Windows/ Locks, Speed Control, Back-Up Camera, Spray-In Bedliner,, Trailer Tow w/7-Pin Wiring, Theft Deterrent, 6-Speaker Sound System, Halogen Headlamps, Tilt Steering and more. Price includes “nance bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #D19101$26,999 SALE Own a non-FCA Vehicle, Save another $500 NEW 2018 FIAT 500 POPAluminum Wheels, Back-Up Camera, Keyless Remote Entry, Speed Control, Premium Audio System, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Fog Lamps, Steering Wheel mounted audio controls and more. #F1861$13,799 SALEKelly Blue Book & Consumers Digest Best Buy AwardAmericas Longest Lasting Pickup Final Weekend Open this Sun 11-4*Prices are plus tax, tag, title. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee of $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the d ealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. Dealer not responsi ble for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rules may apply. See dealer for details. 2018 Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards are based on the Brand Watch’ study from Kelley Blue B ook Strategic Insights. Resale Value Award calculated among non-luxury shoppers. Vehicles projected resale value is speci“c to th e 2018 model year. For more information, visit www.kbb..com. Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc..7611 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34231 Sales: Mon-Fri 8:30 7 € Sat 9-6 Service Dept. Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 5:30 € Sat 8:00 12:00941-925-1234 € www.sunsetsubaru.com 2019 SubaruFORESTER 2.5i2.5i CVT, Automatic Transmission, Eyesight Driver assist system, Lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, Tinted Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Backup Camera, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Tilt Telescoping Steering Wheel, Remote Keyless Entry, MP3/CD, 6-Speakers, and Much More! KFB-01 #U19139SALE $25,999 Completely Re-designed 2019 Forester has arrived! 2019 SubaruIMPREZA 2.0i 4DR CVTAll Wheel Drive, Automatic Transmission, APPLE CARPLAY/ DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and Much More! KJA-01 #U1922Lease as low as$188/mo.36 months 10,000 miles per year $1,988 total due at signing No Security DepositOr Purchase for$19,999 AS LOW AS $188/mo 36 Months New 2019 SubaruOUTBACK 2.5i2.5i CVT, Automatic Transmission, Eyesight Driver assist system, Lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control. All Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, T inted Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and Much More! KDB-01 #U19151SALE $25,999 As low as 0% Financing for 36 months 2019 SubaruCROSSTREK 2.0i PREMIUMAll Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, Automatic Transmission, Power Windows Locks/ Mirrors, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Back-Up Camera, Heated Seats, Fog Lights, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and Much More! KRD-11 #U19144 SALE $24,999 SUNSET MASERATI ALFA ROMEO OF SARASOTAAlfa Romeo has earned and sustained its place as one of automotives most revered names for over a century. Fueled by passion, daring invention and proven track records, Alfa Romeo continues its evolutionary strides for the pure driver in you. Sunset Maserati Alfa Romeo of Sarasota7641 S Tamiami Trail Sarasota 941-924-8822www.alfaromeoofsarasota.com*Vehicle Prices Listed Are Plus Tax, Tag And Title. Prices Include Rebates. Dealer Also Charges A Pre-Delivery Service Fee Of $ 799 Which Represents Cost And Pro“t To The Dealer For Items Such As Cleaning, Inspecting And Adjusting New And Used Vehicles And Preparin g Documents Related To The Sale Or Lease. Dealer Not Responsible For Typographical Errors. Vehicles May Not Be As Pictured And Ar e Subject To Prior Sale. Financing Is With Approved Credit. Residency Rules May Apply. See Dealer For Details. All New 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio AWD starting at $39,999Alfa Romeos Stelvio combines a luxury SUV with an innate sense of dynamic swerve and dashing style. The Stelvio takes the modern compact luxury crossover in all its elephantine two-box blandness and injects it with personality, verve, and panache. And although there are people haulers and people haulers that haul a**, none do the latter with such glamour as the Stelvio. Damn, this thing looks good.Ž Motor TrendHands down the best pure sport sedan you can buy today.Ž Motor TrendLease Special $399 per month,24mo/10K per year.$4,995 Total Due at Signing all fees and tag included. No security deposit requited with approved credit. Lease Special $399 per month,24mo/10K per year$5,995 Total Due at Signing all fees and tag included. No security deposit requited with approved credit.#A1873 # A1807 MSRP $22,885 SAVE $5,885 Own a non-FCA Vehicle, Save another $500 Subaru is Kelley Blue Books 2018 Most Trusted Brand Subaru Impreza & Subaru WRX have the best resale value in their class, according to Kelley Blue Book. All 2018 Subaru models with EyeSight and Steering Responsive Headlights are an IIHS Top Safety Pick. Top Gear Magazine named the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio The Best Car in the WorldŽ ALL NEW 2018 JL WRANGLER 4DR UNLIMITEDSunrider Soft Top, Command Trac Part Time 4WD, 8-speaker Sound System w/ Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Fog Lamps, Back-up Camera, ParkView Back-Up Camera, Voice Command w/ Bluetooth and much more. #J18610 $30,999 SALENew 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia RWD starting at $35,999 adno=3623923-1

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Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018CLASSIFIEDS The Charlotte County area has a wide range of volunteer opportunities. Contact one of the following organizations to see how you can get involved and give back to the community. € AARP Foundation Tax-Aide: looking to expand its team of volunteers for the upcoming tax season. To learn about all the various volunteer opportunities and to sign up to be a Tax-Aide volunteer, visit aarpfoundation.org/taxaide. AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is offered in coordination with the IRS. For more information, call Steve at 941-625-2285. € Animal Welfare League: Volunteers needed as dog walkers, cat cuddlers, kennel (dog/ cat) cleaners, laundry help, gardening, clerical, assisting at adoption and fundraising events, outreach program, pet therapy and fostering an animal until they are ready to return to the shelter for adoption. All volunteer opportunities and requirements are listed at www.awlshelter. org. For more information, call 941-625-6720. € Boys & Girls Clubs: Volunteers to assist staff in all programming areas both in Port Charlotte and Englewood. Speci“c areas of opportunity are homework, academic tutoring, cooking, mentoring, arts, computer technology and “tness. For more information, contact Jessica Anderson at 941-235-2472 or janderson@bgocfcc.org. € Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies: Volunteers are an essential part of C.A.R.E., assisting victims of crimes, answering hotline calls, conducting hospital responses, and in fundraising endeavours. If interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact 941-639-5499 for more information. € Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce: Looking for volunteers in the Port Charlotte Of“ce, located at 2702 Tamiami Trail. Our volunteers help with mailing, answer the phones, and greet newcomers and visitors to the area. Interested, but want to learn more? Or maybe just give it a trial run for a couple of hours? Call Janet at 941-627-2222. € Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity: Volunteers needed in a variety of areas. For more information on any volunteer opportunities, call Pamela at 941-6393162 ext. 114. € Charlotte County Historical Center and Society: Volunteers to help bring history to lifeŽ in the community. Discover local and state history; living history presentations; educational programs for all ages; archive assistants; research; of“ce administration and historical geocaching and questing. For more information, call 941-629-7278 or email crystal.diff@ charlottecounty”.gov. € Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center: Volunteers to perform tasks such as of“ce desk coverage, narrating boat trips, guiding exhibits (example: Clyde Butcher photography), representation at local events and festivals, youth education, wading trip assistance and many other exciting duties. Contact the volunteer coordinator at 941-575-5435. € Charlotte Local Education Foundation (CLEF): Volunteers are needed a few afternoons each week at the Teacher Supply Depot storeŽ and of“ce assistance for light clerical work. All work is light duty, ”exible hours. Background check required. If interested, contact Sara Wierhake, executive director, at 941-255-7500 ext. 294 or email sara.wierhake@ yourcharlotteschools. net. € Civil Air Patrol: The auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force and a 501(3) nonpro“t organization needs volunteers. No prior experience is needed, and everyone is welcome. For more information, call 941-639-1711. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES SHUTTERSTOCK PHOTOVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES | 11 Sun-Classi“ eds.com Find Your Home Today NEW CUSTOM HOME! 1493 NAVIGATOR RDBeautiful New Construction Home on Deep Creek Golf Course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage. 2,000 sq ft. with all custom upgrades $299,900 941-626-7682 PINNACLE OF LUXURY IN PARADISE PUNTA GORDA SAY WOW To This 2 Story 4/5.5/2 Estate On 30 Acres Incl. Freestanding 2 Story Garage With 2 In-Law Apts. & Detached 1 Story Home. Private Boat Ramp, Natural Spring, Security Cameras, Gated, Granite, 10-20 Ceilings, Travertine, Marble, Onyx, & So Much More!! $3,900,000 Stefanie Pish 941-716-1334 UNRIVALED OPPORTUNITY PORT CHARLOTTE 15349 MILLE FIORE BLVD. S-o-o-o MUCH for so little! WATERFRONT with ULTIMATE PRIVACY in NW Port Charlottes expanding Gate Community of Villa Milano. Spectacular custom 1-owner Mediterranean design, 2200 SF LIGHT, BRIGHT, open great room concept with formal dining room, 3 BR + Den/Of“ ce. Low HOA ($98/mo) $325K Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 REDUCED MAKE MY DAY 5156 SAGO PALM, RD., NORTH PORTCall now to see this custom 2400 SF 4 BR, 3 BA, 3-car garage with formal living-dining area & separate family room with 11'x14' screened/tiled lanai &12'x14' open patio on lushly landscaped oversized corner lot. 10'x12' utility shed. NO DEED RESTRICTIONS! NOT IN FLOOD ZONE! Nothing comparable at this price! Move right in! $260,000. Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 REDUCED WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT! 2683 SUNCOAST LAKES PC 33980Four BR, Lake front, pool home. 1974 sq. ft.! Beautifully maintained! Tile ” oors in all main areas, granite countertops and stainless appliances, hurricane shutters. Gated community! This total package is waiting for you! Call today! $279,500 PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY MAGNIFICENT HOME! Lake Suzy/Port Charlotte. 3/2/2 Pond/Lake Location Home! Dining Room, Newly Installed Granite Counter, Brand New A/C System, Kitchen, Sizable Dinette, Area Opens To A Spacious Covered Lanai and POOL AREA! Master Bedroom w/ Sitting Area and Bath. Oversized Garage w/ Workbench, Solar Heater Pool Features NEW Heater, Pump & Motor. All Appliances and 1 year warranty! Enjoy Gol“ ng? Check Out Kingsway Golf & Country Club in the Neighborhood! $279,900 Sharon Kerr 941-286-7315 € Coldwell Banker Sunstar JUST COMPLETED CUSTOM HOME PUNTA GORDA 3/2/3 WITH POOL Brand New Custom Built Home Located in Popular Burnt Store Meadows. Great Floor Plan w/Top of the Line Features. Must See To Appreciate! $359,900 BARB McHENRY 941-833-1667 COLDWELL BANKER SUNSTAR REALTY REDUCED OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1-4PM 208 C ARRIAGE HOUSE LANE NOKOMIS THE INLETSPrize For Remodeling. $68,000 Worth Of It In 11‡2 Years. Come See The Results. 2001 SF, 3/2/2 Home Has Been Made For Entertaining Or Enjoying Yourself. $335,000. Call For Personal Showing 941-412-3356 CALL FOR SHOWING! PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/1 Investment Property or Family Home. $158,900 Motivated Seller! 941-223-8002 Blair Schneider Key Realty, Inc. $$$$$$$$ SAVE $$$$$$$$ PORT CHARLOTTE/ENGLEWOOD 3BR 2BA 3CG Build a new Greenblock Home! Custom Built Pool Home w/ Hurricane Windows, Quartz, SS, Tile Throughout & Paver Driveway & Pool Deck! $299,000 Dave Irwin 239-405-2537 MVP Realty OPEN SUNDAY 1-4PM CONDO WITH WATER VIEWS700 Gardens Edge Dr. Unit # 732, Venice 34285. ELEVATOR building, a 1488 sq ft, 2/2 condo with den and garage, absolutely stunning, with cathedral ceilings and a lovely lanai overlooking the pond. FURNITURE INCLUDED. Debra Villari 609-4584627 Berkshire Hathaway OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1 2-3 PM DEEP CREEK103 Mocha Ct. 2017 Custom Home. Meticulously Maintained 3/2/2, 1,886 sq. ft. Granite Countertops. Many Upgrades, Neutral Colors. Oversized Garage & Lanai. Great Views $258,500 FSBO 941-391-5217 HERES THE KEY TO YOUR HAPPINESS! 1710 NEW ST € NORTH PORT Beautiful, move-in-ready, totally renovated 1600 SF, 2001 built 3/2/2 on the soughtafter Lagoon Waterway, CITY WATER! Plenty of room for a pool! Tile throughout, with bamboo ” ooring in MBR! See-through hurricane shutters! $210,000 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 OPEN SAT. & SUN. 12PM-4PM 26084 C ONCEPCION DR Deep Creek 33983Gorgeous, New Construction! Just Completed! 3/2/2, 1875 sq. tt. Open Floor plan. Loaded With Upgrades! Wood Plank, Tile Throughout, Granite Counters, All Wood Cabinets. Large Covered Lanai with Space For A Pool! Stone Columns Gives Home Great Curb Appeal! $284,900. 239-826-5440 SOLAR POWERED HOME! NORTH PORT 5574 GAGNON TERRACE Immaculate, 3 BR, 2 BA, pool home, 1987 sq ft, built in 2004. Fenced yard, private setting. RV Parking. Beautiful! Dont miss this energy ef“ cient home. Perfect $295,000 CALL PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY RELAX, ENJOY! EVERYTHING IS PERFECT! NORTH PORT 5402 MACCA UGHEY DR. Gorgeous light, bright, airy 1600 sq ft 3/2/2 heated pool home with extended driveway for your RV or boat, and your own private “ shing pier overlooking the MacCaughey Parkway, in quiet residential neighborhood only 5 mins. to US41 restaurants, shops, amenities. City Water! No Deed Restrictions. $259,000. PATTY GILLESPIE 941-875-2755 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY OPEN EVERY SAT & SUN 11-4 THE AWARD WINNING PALM 2 by Cantin Homes. Starting at $271,000 MODEL OPEN HOUSE 9756 Singer Circle S. Gulf Cove, PC. Call Us To Sell Your Home In The Showcase Of Homes Call (941) 429-3110 OPEN SAT 10/27, SUN 1 0/28, THU 11/1 10AM-2PM PORT CHARLOTTE 5494 Riley Lane, 33981 3/2/2, 2040 sq ft + garage 0.27 acre fenced, corner lot Privacy, Clean $194,000 941-276-0500adno=3624470-1

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018CLASSIFIEDS 1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encourage And Support An Affirmative Advertising And Marketing Program In Which there Are No Barriers To Obtaining Housing Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Familial Status Or National Origin.Ž REAL EST A TE 1010 16501010Open House 1015 Real Estate Auctions 1020Homes/General For Sale 1030Waterfront Homes For Sale 1031 Foreclosures For Sale 1035 Golf Course Community For Sale 1040Condos/Villas For Sal e 1060Townhouses For Sale 1070Duplexes For Sale 1075Tri-Plex For Sale 1080Apartments For Sale 1090Mobile Homes For Sal e 1100Interval Ownership 1100 Out of Area Homes For Sale 1115Trade/Exchange 1120Wanted To Buy RENT 1205 Lease Option 1210 Homes 1240Condos/Villas 1280 Townhouses 1300Duplexes 1320Apartments 1330Hotel/Motel 1340Mobile Homes 1345Misc. Rentals 1350Efficiencies 1360Room ToRent 1370Rentals To Share 1390Vacation/Seasonal 1420Wanted To Rent LOTS 1500Lots & Acreage 1515Waterfront 1520Out Of Area Lots 1530Commercial Lots 1540Trade/Exchange BUSINESS 1600Business For Sale 1610Business Rentals 1615Income Property 1620 Commercial/ Industrial Prop. 1640Warehouse & Storage 1650Farm/Ranches 1010 OPEN HOUSE 10578 RIVERSIDE RD PORT CHARLOTTE, FL 33981 OPEN BY APTUNIQUE ONE OF A KIND SAILING COMPOUND A SAILORS DREAM GORGEOUS3 BEDROOM2.5 BATH4 CARGARAGEHOME WITHHEATEDPOOL& SPAND OVER2,550 SFUNDERAC OF LIVINGSPACE(3284SFTOTAL) A 160 CONCRETESEAWALL, 145 OFDOCKINCLUDING2 BOATLIFTS. IFSAILINGAND LIVINGONTHEWATERISYOUR DREAM, THISISYOURDESTINATION.FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 26336 NADIR RD UNIT 3 DEEP CREEK 33983 OPEN SUN NOON 3PMGORGEOUSTURNKEY DECORATORFURNISHEDGOLF CONDOWITHBREATHTAKING VIEWSGREENSIDEOFTHE10THHOLEOFTHEDEEPCREEKGOLFCOURSE. THIS2 BED2 BATHISINMINT CONDITIONANDMOVEIN READY. ENDUNITWITHSOAR-INGCEILINGANDCLERESTORY WINDOWSBATHESTHISUNITIN SUNLIGHT. NEWOWNERNEED NOTHINGBUTATOOTHBRUSH, $137,500.00 FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 NORTH PORT SAT. 11-2PM 2171 Mossy Oak Drive VILLAS AT CHARLESTON PARK 3/2 Single Family Home Carol St. Germain RE/MAX Anchor (941) 815-3090 OPEN HOUSE 11am-2pm SUNDAY GULF COVE WATERFRONT COMMUNITY 5538 MONTEGO LN. P.C. 3/2, POOL, FENCED $256,900 Ron DeNichilo 201-390-9544 Keller Williams Realty Gold 1010 OPEN HOUSE PUNTA GORDA SAT., 10/27, 11AM…2PM SUN., 10/28, 11AM…2PM 669 Monaco Dr. $679,900. 2018 custom, SMART home w/pool. 3/3/3 + den, open floor plan, Impact windows, Outdoor kit and so much more! Arthur Destefano 314-609-0657 SAT., 10/27, 11AM…2PM SUN., 10/28. 11AM…2PM 3673 Bal Harbor Blvd. $539,900. 3/3 + den/3 new construction ready to move in. Situated on the 7th hole on St Andrews South Golf course w/pool & lots of features. Rosit a Estrella-Fuentes 954-218-6863 SAT., 10/27, 11AM…3PM SUN., 10/28, 11AM…3PM 7523 Carissa $424,900. Gorgeous newly built 1951 sq ft Sage home. Open great rm/DR/kit/den plus lg Screened lanai & pool. Mark Davison 941-421-5119 SAT., 10/27, 10AM…12PM 510 Carmelita St. $159,950. Tropical pool home in the heart of Punta Gorda. Close to shopping, restaurants, downtown activities on an oversized lot. Royce Rittinger 941-62 6-7524 PORT CHARLOTTE SAT., 10/27, 10AM…1PM 18366 Van Nuys Cir. $349,700. Breathtaking sunsets from your backyard! Open floor plan, newer custom salt water pool on sailboat waterfront. Larry Efstathiades 941-204-5908 SUN., 10/28, 11AM-2PM 3052 Collingswood Blvd. $234,000. Beautifully updated w/great curb appeal. Privacy fence, concrete pad & extra parking, plus a lg shed. Rich Gierulski 941-875-5967 SAT., 10/27. 1PM…4PM 24211 Buckingham Way $204,900. 3/2/2 in gated Kings Gate 55+ community. Laminate flooring in LR, DR, MSTR BR & a guest BR, tile in Kit & both BAs. Tons of activities. Steve Jones 941-456-4962 NORTH PORT SUN., 10/28, 12PM…3PM 3615 Monterey Ln. $449,000. Custom Tenbusch Sanibel Model home w/ everything you could want. Upgraded cabinets, central vac, heated Pool, pavered deck & 30x60 insulated detached steel garage. Mary Flynn 239-240-3758 SUN., 10/28, 12PM…2PM 1982 Winslow Ln. $269,900. Private oasis 5/2/2 beautiful inside & out. On city water/septic, 2240 sq ft under air per seller. Rosanne Linders 941-809-2053 SAT., 10/27, 2PM…4PM 4697 Glordano Ave. $199,900. Open kit & breakfast bar overlooking the FR. 3/2/2 close to beaches, schools, restaurants & more. Colin Taylor 941-468-1787 ADVANTAGE REALTY INC.OPEN HOUSE TODAY 11AM 2PM6511 Americana N.P. $393,333 Beautiful 3/2.5/2 Pool Home over 3000 Sq Ft with dream kitchen, Fireplace. Sits on over 3/4 Acre with fenced yard. MOTIVATED SELLER! (Rt 41 to Sumter Blvd, L onto Price Blvd, R onto S. Biscayne, R onto Ponce De Leon, R onto Americana.)941-255-5300 800-940-5033www.eraportcharlotte.com OPEN HOUSE SAT. 10/27 1-3PM 105 HIBISCUS DR PUNTA GORDA ISLES 3/2/2 Sailboat Pool Hm LESLIE POOLE HOMES 941-286-4789 KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY PEACE RIVER PARTNERS 1010 OPEN HOUSE ENGLEWOOD SUN., 10/28, 12PM…3PM 6585 Manasota Key Rd. $1,075,000. Private hideaway w/100 Ft bayside frontage. Main house w/2BR 2BA, updated Kit. plus guesthouse w/2 BR 1 BA. Spectacular Alan Craig 941-303-3876 SUN., 10/28, 10AM…1PM TUES., 10/30, 10AM…1PM 60 Coquina Ln. $674,900. On beautiful Manasota Key, excellent rental history, steps from beaches & Gulf of Mexico spectacular sunsets. Dorothy Livecchi 941-286-6340 Bill A derman 941-504-1158 SUN., 10/28, 12PM…3PM 87 Cayman Isles Blvd. $465,000. Quality built Thompson home. Private waterfront setting. Lg LR/DR combo plus oversized Kit. w/42Ž cabinets. Tons of builder upgrades. Janet Shawen 941-882-2398 SUN., 10/28, 12PM…3PM 85 Cayman Isles Blvd. $359,000. Waterfront views, open floor plan, Lg screened lanai w/pool & spa, Great Rm/DR combo. Janet Shawen 941-882-2398 SAT., 10/27, 11AM…2PM 53 W Bay Heights Rd. #203 $299,000. Panoramic views of Lemon Bay & ICW. Recently remodeled & updated w/ deeded boat slip. Sold Turnkey. Jeffrey Ament 941-539-2338 SAT., 10/27, 10AM…1PM 298 W. Wentworth $249,900 Art district charmer! Over 2200 sq ft on oversized lot. Ideal split BR floor plan, close to rec center, Old Englewood Village, restaurants & parks. Janet Shawen 941-882-2398 SUN., 10/28, 12PM…3PM 30 S. Buena Vista Ave. $132,900. Located in Alameda Isles Waterfront community 2/2 w/LR & FR & enclosed sun room. Pet friendly, boat docks are 1st come 1st served. Liz Merlino 941-661-4717 VENICE Sat., 10/27, 10AM…12PM 4318 Summertree Rd. $294,900. Pristine home w/picturesque pond view. 3/2/2 tile floors, crown molding, spacious Kit & oversized lanai. Beth Cashman 941-706-5198 OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1pm-4pm 208 CARRAIGE HOUSE LANE. NOKOMIS THE INLETS PRIZEFORREMODELING. $68,000. WORTHOFITIN1 1/2 YEARS. COMESEETHERESULTS. 2001 SF, 3/2/2 HOMEHASBEENMADEFORENTERTAININGORENJOYINGYOURSELF. $335,000. CALLFORPERSONALSHOWING. 941-412-3356 OPEN SAT.-SUN. 11-32007 & 2023 BENDWAYDR. PORTCHARLOTTE4/3/2 & 4/2/2 ONSALTWATERCANAL. NEWCON-STRUCTION! 2300SF& 1800SFU/A. $339,000. & $279,900. BYOWNER(941)-249-1718 OPEN SUNDAY 1-4PM 700 Gardens Edge Dr. Unit # 732, Venice 34285 ELEVATOR building, a 1488 sq ft, 2/2 condo with Den and garage, absolutely STUNNING, with Cathedral ceilings & a lovely Lanai looking over the Pond. FURNITURE INCLUDED. Debra Villari 609-458-4627 Berkshire Hathaway PORT CHARLOTTE SAT 12 3 192 Robina St. 33954 3BR/2BA/2CG, Office, Heated Pool, Upgrades! Water, Sewer. NO Flood Zone. $324,900. D ebbie Saunders 941-380-1961 Allison James Real Estate 1010 OPEN HOUSE PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/1 Investment Property or Family Home. Motivated Seller! $158,900 CALL FOR SHOWING 941-223-8002 Blair Schneider Key Realty, Inc. PORT CHARLOTTE OPEN SUNDAY 1-3PM 3254 TERITADR., 2/2/2 LARGEPOOL, OVERSIZEDGARAGE, COMPLETELYREMODELED. BROKEROWNED. $165,000 203-530-3789 PUNTA GORDA OPEN SUN. 12-3 26336 NADIR RD #5 2br/2ba Golf Course Condo. Claudia DeBruyn Sandbill Realty Group 781-799-7570 SUN., 10/28/18 1-3PM 11847 Tempest Harbor Loop, Venice. Best Value in Stoneybrook. This 3/2 is loaded w/amenities & has reasonable HOA Fee. Close to I-75 & Gulf Beaches. $224,900 Rick Caudle, REALTOR 860-301-7873 SUN., 10/28/18 12-3pm 19 Port Drive, Venice Harbor Lights Co-Op Intracoastal waterfront living w/boat dock and 2 slips! Minutes to Gulf and no Bridges. 55+ community with incredible amenities. Cassandra Raia, REALTOR 941-321-2900 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 150,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special. Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! CLASSIFIED WORKS! HARBOUR HEIGHTS 2/2, 1,406 SF, city water & sewer, incl adjoining lot, upgrades, newer roof & electric, shed, complete hurricane shutters, NOT in flood zone. $151,900. Steve Vieira 941-258-2891Coldwell Banker Residential RE IMPRESSIVE LIGHT & BRIGHT,3/2/2 home located on a quiet street with Open /split floor plan incl. Great Room. & Family Rm! Spacious kitchen features many upgrades incl. granite counters and Lg. dining area. Lovely French doors lead to the Lg. screened lanai with paver deck and inground spa. This home has many more upgrades All for only $225,000 Call Jerry Hayes, RealtorRE/MAX ANCHOR REALTY 941.456.1155 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE CHOOSE VENICE REALTY TO HELP YOU FIND YOUR NEW CONSTRUCTION HOME WITH A 1% REBATE Visit VeniceRealty.com Megan Hess Diane Shiell Venice Realty, Inc. Serving SW Florida PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1 Large Fenced Yard, Totally Renovated inside & out. All New A/C Unit, Appliances & Remote Control Fans! Nice, Quiet Area! $ 125,000. 941-626-4117 Owner PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2.5/2 SPACIOUS HOME with NEW ROOF, CARPET and MANY MORE EXTRAS! CALL BARBARA $265,000 941-626-9718 C a s h i n w i t h C l a s s PT. CHARL/PUNTA GORDA 3 BR 2BA 3CG Build a new Greenblock Home! Custom Built Pool Home w/ Hurr Windows, Quartz, SS, Tile thru out, & Paver driveway/Pool Deck!Save $$$$299,000. Dave Irwin 239-405-2537 MVP REALTY PUNTA GORDA 2/2/2 27481 Chinquapin Drive. Built in 2007; pool w/heater and full screened lunai; all tile floors; all appliances; mature landscaping; seamless gutters all around; all window treatments; non-smoking home; willing to offer furnished, if desired $199,999 941-661-1506 SOUTH VENICE 3BD/2BA/2CG CARPORT, 1228 SF LIVINGAREA, FULLYTILED, FENCED, MOSTLYRENOVATED. NEARBEACHES. 868 NANTUCKET RD. 941-815-0247 VENETIAN GOLF & RIVER CLUB 3br/2ba/2cg Condo in N. Venice Excellent open view with many amenities. Sell $295,000 Call 941-220-3113 after 3pm 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES PORT CHARLOTTE 4/4/2 BOATERS DREAM! Well-maintained waterfront pool home. Handicapped friendly. $475,000 Jackie Thornberry Harbor Coast Realty 941-740-4580 PUNTA GORDAISLES! Best Buy in PGI! 3/2/2 Pool Home! 2000SF, 60 Waterfront. Light, Bright & Airy! ONLY $315,000. With Little Upgrades Home Could be Valued at $400K. 941-380-7954 1035 GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY PLACIDA CAPEHAZEWINDWARDHEATEDPOOLHOME! 3/2.5/2, FAMILYROOMW/ GOLF/LAKEVIEWSONCORNERLOT. 2215SF, BUILT2004. TO-TALLYRENOVATED! $425,000. BROKERSWELCOME. 941-6973982 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE ENGLEWOOD-2/2/2 VILLA INGATEDBOCAROYALEONCORNERLOT. LOTSOFUPGRADES! BUILTIN2016. GOLF, POOL, CLUBHOUSE, TENNIS, PICKLEBALL, BEAUTIFUL, PEACEFULWALKWAYS& MORE! $296,500. NOREALTORS. 678-438-5576 To Advertise in The Showcase of Homes Please Call 866-463-1638 or Email; special@sunnewspapers.net VENICE 3/2/2 20200 Ragazza Cir 102. Ground floor, water view in maint-free resort community. OPEN HOUSE Sundays 1-4p. West Villages Realty. $274,900 941-539-5771 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE CHARLOTTE HARBOR MHP on the Harbor. 24 X 52 Dou blewide, 2/2/CP, All Appl., Full y Furnd. Walk to Harbor. Golf Car t Incl. $35,900. 716-912-4515

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7CLASSIFIEDS 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE ENGLEWOOD 2BR/1BA 14x52 55+ Park, No Dogs Allowed. $12,900. 941-474-1353 PUNTA GORDA RFV #6, 3/2 Furn. 55+ Resident Owned Clubhouse, Pool & MORE! No Pets, $118,700 239-297-1463 VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME ESTATES BEAUTIFUL LOT RENTAL & 55 + COMMUNITY. NEW & PRE-OWNED HOMES NO DOGS. CATS OK Call 941-488-5672 www.VeniceRanch.com 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE NEW 3/2 DblWide Delivered & Set-Up on Your Lot w/ Skirting, Steps & Air! Only $56,795. + Tax. Financing For ALL Credit Scores Avail! Prestige Homes, Punta Gorda 941-637-1122 PUNTA GO RDA 2 / 2 24300 Airport RD #71 Carport, Screened Porch, 3 Yrs. New Immediate. Occupancy. $78,500 941-875-3118 PUNTA GORDAOPEN HOUSESun. 10/28, 1-4PM 11176 Grapefruit Lane Newly redone 3 BR, 1-1/2 BA, manufactured home on fenced half acre! Freshwater front lot w/deck for fishing. Fruit trees too! Deck for morning coffee. Come and see! Linda Walton, Realtor Associate Century 21 Sunbelt Realty (941) 625-6120 or cell 941-875-2411 1210 HOMES FOR RENT NEED A RENTAL Paradise Properties & Rentals, Inc 941-625-RENT NORTH PORT 4/2 C age d P oo l Canal, Dock, All Ceramic floors.. Pool & Lawn Srv incl. $1650+ 6059 Merril St. 716-812-3355 PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1 LR, DR, Kitchen & Lanai, inside Laundry, CHA. Outside Storage, All Tile Floors. $700/mo. Call Paul 941-769-7777 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT VENICE ISLAND EFFICIENCY1 & 2 br, Call for Details. No Pets, 1 Year Lease 941-416-5757or 323-6466 1350 EFFICIENCIES FOR RENT HARB O UR HEI G HT S close to river, newly renovated efficiencies w cable & internet, Sunny brookMotel 941-625-6400 PC HARBOR Blvd & Murdock, Furnished. Eff.s Room nice for 1 person No pets., NS/No Drugs 941-883-8083 1360 ROOMS FOR RENT EL JOBEAN F urn. F ema l e P re f $425./mo H2O & WiFi, cable incd Priv. B&B (941)-662-5207 M an, 59 ret i re d see k s c l ean long term living arrangement. 520-450-0095 Leave Message 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS ENGLEWOOD 2/2 C ape H aze Resort Available Feb & Apr19. $100 Clean Fee & FL Sales Tax Pool/Club House, Fully Furnished $2,600 941-697-6566 ENGLEWOOD, N. PORT, ROTONDA AND PC GREAT SELECTION OF SEASONAL RENTALS!WEST COAST/ PROPERTY Mgmt 941-473-0718www.rentalsflorida.net 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS S. VENICE 2BR/1BA, Turn-key, Non smoker Walk/Bike to Manasota Beach. Avail NOW. Call 941-493-0849 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, or LOT?We Can help you.Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 175,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special.Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! Seizethesales withClassified! 1515 WATERFRONT LOTS MANASOTA KEYLOT 1/2 acre, Wooded & Private! 4 Public Beaches within 5 mins, No HOA! Close to Everything! 1 Lot off Water. Build your Dream Beach Retreat! $189,000 941-475-1379 2000EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 2005Services 2010Professional 2015Banking 2020Clerical 2025Computer 2030Medical 2035Musical 2040 Restaurant/Hotel2050SkilledTrades 2060Management 2070Sales 2090Child/Adult Care Needed 2100General 2110Part-time/ Temp 2115Home Based Business 2120Seeking Employment 2005 SERVICES PROFESSIONAL RESUMES SARASOTA/CHARLCO. CALLFORDETAILS 941-214-5257 2030 MEDICAL $2000 Sign on BONUS!! SOLARIS HEALTHCARE is now HiringCNAs: Full Time RN/LPN PRN Floor Nurse Positions AvailableApply: solarishealthcare.vikus.net CNAs, HHAs and CaregiversFind New Clients by Advertising Your Services in the Senior Directory Every Wednesday in The Sun Newspapers. This Feature Publishes in Charlotte, Sarasota, and Desoto Counties. Market Yourself Reach 150,000 Readers! Call 941-429-3110 for more information Part time MEDICAL ASSISTANT North Port Office, will train Email Resume drsoffice1@gmail.com 2030 MEDICAL Caring for HeroesDouglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Home MDS Coordinator Full Time Sr. RN Super Full or Part Time CDM/Cook Full Time CNAs 3-11 or 11-7Excellent Benefits Job security, Tuition paid, Generous time off/paid leave.941-613-0919Online: www.peoplefirst.myflorida.com 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! Classes Start Each Month Call For Class Dates Nursing Assistant (120hrs) Home Health Aide (75hrs) Phlebotomy Tech (165hrs) EKG Tech (165hrs) Patient Care Tech (600hrs) Job Assist. & Pymt. Plans Call Now to Register! 941-889-7506 PHLEBOTOMY,EKG, Classes Start 11/12LPNwkds 11/12 CNA11/12 Med. Asst. 11/12 2035 MUSICAL ORGANIST NEEDED For Englewood Church. Position Available Immediately Please. Call (941)-473-9264 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL WANTEDEXPD, TEAM MEMBERSSERVERS AND BARTENDERSFor Busy Waterfront Restaurant Apply in Person: White Elephant Pub 1855 Gulf Blvd. Englewood 2050 SKILLED TRADES INSTALLER/HELPER NEEDEDfor INSTALLATION/ MANUFACTURING of Hurricane Shutters. FL Drivers lic. required. Exp. helpful but will train the right person. (941)-485-5878 Venice JERRYS PEST SOLUTIONS is looking for a qualified Certified Pest Control Operator Must hold Lic & GHP, L & O and termite and other WDO. Only Qualified Candidates need to apply. Please submit resume to jjcreature@gmail.com WAREHOUSE WORKER needed, able to lift 50lbs or more. Load & unload trucks, fill customer orders. Apply at Aluminum & Vinyl Building Products, 1282 Market Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33953. No Phone Calls Please. 2070 SALES J. M C LAU G HLIN Is Looking for a RETAIL SALES A SSOC for our Boutique in Boca Grande (Tolls Paid) Exp. with Customer Service a Plus. 941-855-9163 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 DRIVERSfor Local Seafood Company.Good Pay!!! 941-380-9212 HOUSEKEEPING, START IMMEDIATELY! Apply in Person to:DAYS INN 1941TamiamiTrl. Port Charlotte POOL TECH WANTED F/T Exp preferred but will train right person. Must have Clean DL. 941-270-1594 DFWP Dunritepools2006@gmail.com 2100 GENERAL IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! We Have Several Open Positions for Sales Representatives to Promote the Sun Newspapers at Various Locations, Grocery Stores, and Events Throughout the Area. This is an Enjoyable Year-Round Position with the Potential to Earn $100$300+ Per Day on a Part Time Basis! Perfect for College Students, Retirees, and as Supplemental Income. This is an Opportunity to Work in a Positive, Profess ional Work Environment with Flexible Hours. If You Are: 18 or Older, Outgoing, Dependable, and Professional and have Reliable Transportation and a Cell Phone, We Want to Talk to You! Background Checks are Performed. We Offer: Complete and Thorough Training Flexible Work Schedules Weekly Bonuses Unlimited Earning Potential Opportunity for Advancement Into Management! To Make an Appointment for an Interview, Please Call Andy at 941-268-5731 Riverwood Golf Club Golf Course Maintenance Full & Part Time Positions Available. Apply in person 8AM-3PM Mon Thurs, at 4100 Riverwood Drive, Port Charlotte, FL in Maintenance Office TRANSIT DRIVERSSTARTINGAT$13.39/HRMUSTHAVECDL BWITHPASSENDORSEMENTCLEANBACKGROUND& DRIVINGRECORDPLEASEFAXRESUMETO941-625-0117 TRANSPORTATION DRIVERS MUSTHAVECLEANDRIVINGRECORDANDBACKGROUND. FAXRESUMETO941-625-3116 TREE TRIMMER / DRIVER EXPERIENCED operate pole chain saws, genie lift, & bucket truck. Valid FL DL. Duties …Trim min. 70 palms/day from a 24 to 32 ladder. Hrs: 7 … 5:30 pm (4 days). Pay rate up to $18/hr. based on proven experience. Apply 160 Pond Cypress Rd, Venice or www.artistree.com 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY "AMBASSADORS" NEEDEDTOSOLICITSUBSCRIPTIONS FORTHEAWARDWINNING LOCALNEWSPAPERS, THESUN, ATSTOREFRONTSINTHEVENICE, NORTHPORTANDENGLEWOODAREAS. CONTACTJIMDEFALLEAT941-786-7676FORMOREINFORMATION. 3000 NOTICES 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. 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. 3020 PERSONALS THE G IRL NEXT D OO R941-483-0701 Port Charlotte 3020 PERSONALS ASIAN WIDOW PETITE SEEKS COMPANION for friendship dancing and exercising. 65-75yrs old. 941-875-6052 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES BIBLE STUDY BEGINNING SUNDAY, OCT. 14TH FEB. 10TH @5PM. The Book of Isaiah Ž New Hope Baptist Church Fellowship hall. 2100 Englewood Rd. Eng. FL 34223 Public is invited and encouraged to attend. work book donation www.NewHopeBC4U.org To register or for more information, call the church office at 941-474-7647 or e-mail kay@newhopebc4u.org. CAL VAR Y BIBLE CHURCH 1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice Friday at 9am. Study features video teachings of noted Bible Scholars on various subjects. For more info. Call Rev. Jones at: 941-485-7070 or visit www.CBCVenice.com CERTIFIED CHRISTIAN COUNSELING 941-876-4416Liberty Community Church North Port Charlotte Charlotte County House of Prayer Night Watch Fridays 7pm-9pm Worship-Word-Prayer One River-One Stream 992 Tamiami Trail Unit I Port Charlotte 941 249-8946 cchop.org COMMUNITY CENTER 4PM 7PM each Wednesday. Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. PC, Open to All Ages. For more info 941-766-9357 FAITH BUILDERS A Basic Study to Build your Christian Faith. Call Pastor Gumm at Christ the King Lutheran Church for times. 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte FOR THOSE WHOSE GRIEF OF HAVING LOST A FRIEND OR LOVED ONE TO DEATH, The Congregational Church in Nokomis is starting another 13 week GriefShare course. YOU are invited. GriefShare, a national program in over 12,000+ churches worldwide, is equipped to offer meaningful grief support in your time of loss. This nondenominational program features Biblical concepts for healing in grief. The group will meet every Mon day at The Congregational Church at 730 East Laurel Rd. in Nokomis each Monday, starting September 10th from 6:00-8:00pm. TO REGISTER PLEASE CALL Denise at 941-809-9238 or email to: CCGriefShare@yhaoo.com There is a nominal fee for workbooks Classified=Sales GATEWAY WORSHIP PRAYER & HEALING ROOMS If you need healing, we want to pray with you! Our prayer teams are available to minister to you every Thursday 7:30 pm-8:30 pm. For information call 863-832-4418 5377 Dunkin Rd., Punta Gorda 33982 Jesus Still Heals Today! Lut h eran C h urc h o f t h e 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 Meets Every Wednesday at 3320 Loveland Blvd Port Charlotte, Fl (Held at Board of Realtors Building Near Visani's Restaurant) Food at 6:30PM and Fellowship Starts at 7:00PM Everyone Welcome!! Pamela Sams 941-268-3589 THE SO UND O F SO UL Saturday, October 27, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon, Mid-County Regional Library, Room B, Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. Sing HU, the God sound, and learn how to connect to the Holy Spirit. Experience inner peace and calm, divine love, expanded awareness, spiritual self-discovery and growth, and healing of the heart. Then participate in Spiritual Conversation. Fellowship, Light refreshm ents, and Free CD. Presented by Eckankar in Port Charlotte for people of all faiths. 941-766-0637. www.TheSoundofSoul.org. UNIQUE & INFORMATIVE DVD Every Sunday @ 6pm. Disussion After at El Jobean Baptist 941-769-6291 3091 ARTS CLASSES Beginning watercolor classes with award winning artist Robert Broyles at North Port Hobby Lobby. Private lessons also avail Call 941-875-8163 3095 EXERCISE CLASSES GULF COAST ACUPUNCTURE 151 Center Rd. Wednesdays 5:30pm Thursdays 9:00 am Saturdays 8:30am YOGAFOR BEGINNERS Proceeds to Venice Wildlife Center Call Rick or Mary 941-488-1769 3096 RELIGION CLASSES BEGIN YOUR DAY IN BIBLE STUDY Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. Tuesdays 10AM-11AM. For more info 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte F AITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 4005 Palm Drive, Punta GordaVarious Days & Times CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUD Y Adult Infomational Class 941-639-6309 START YOUR DAY RIGHT Bible Study Thursdays 10:00-11:30 LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE CROSS 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek and Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 5000 BUSINESS SERVICES AN OCCUPATIONAL LIC may be required by the Cit y and/or County. Please call th e appropriate occupational licensing bureau to verify. 5006 ALUMINUM ALL AMERICAN RENOVATIONS Lic & Insured Family owned & operated Specializing in rescreening, building and repairing. Screw changeouts, pressure washing & painting pool cages, lanais, front entry ways etc... 941-915-3381 Serving Sarasota County Free Estimates GULF COAST RESCREEN LIC& INSUREDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDPAINTING & RESCREENING POOLCAGES IS OUR SPECIALITY! 941-536-7529 SERVINGSARASOTACOUNTYFREEESTIMATES 5051 CHILD CARE ALL CHILDCARE FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE, WITH ADVERTISEMENT, STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY LICENSE NUMBER. FL O RIDA S TATE LAW requires all child care centers and day care businesses to register with the State of Florida. The Sun Newspapers will not knowingly accept advertising which is in violation of the law 5054 CONTRACTORS EDWARD ROSS CONSTRUCTION Services, Inc. 941-408-8500 pool cages, Scr. lanais, etc... JLS ENTERPRISES INCQuality & Dependability Remodeling Painting Additions Drywall Carpentry Repairs Odd Jobs & more. STATE CERTIFIED LIC #CRC033392941-468-9701 5057 CONCRETE RICH LANDERS STUCCO, INC. Honest, Reliable work! LIC/INS New Const & Remodels. 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Like new $125 941-697-3660 M O WER, Husqvarna, Z 38 15 for parts $250, OBO 941-485-0681 M O WER, MURRAY RIDER 11HP, 30Ž CUTNEWBATTERY$425 (941)763-4818 RIDING MOWER P ou l an P ro, 30Žcut, used twice, paid $1000 $800 Asking 941-492-5050 ROTOTILLER ARIENS Gas 2HP Like New $135, OBO 941-235-3193 TILLER Bolens 5.5 Hp, 15 8 cc, E/C hardly used $275 941-662-7644 TILLER, MANTI S Model 7 22 5 $200, OBO 941-485-0681 WEED EATEREXPAND IT Ryobi Like New Hardly used $80 941-662-7644 W HEELH O R S E G ARDEN Tractor Hydrostatic trans, hydraulic operation, exc cond. $499 941-497-1746 6161OUTDOOR LIVING DININ G S ET PATI O sturdy iron frame 42Ž formica table & 4 chairs $100 941-275-5837 G A S G RILL $2 5 941-421-2704 GAS GRILL W e b er, S p i r i t, E210, cover. $250, OBO 941-624-2105 L O UN G E C HAIR white vinyl, adjustable, use on lanai. $45 941-235-2203 S M O KER Masterbuilt, elec. 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NORTH PORTOR CALL 941-426-8983 FL-6444 A 6190 TOOLS/ MACHINERY 24 FT a l um l a dd er $100 941 743-0582 AIR GRINDER Wi t h 5 NEW DISCS 941-928-5562 before 9pm ALUM LADDER 6f t $25 941743-0582 BAND S AW Rigid, Model BS14000, Includes All Accessories.$175 obo 941-876-3805 CO N C RETE BIT S 7 extra long concrete bits. $20.00 941-928-5562 before 9PM CONCRETE BITS over 60 concrete bits & case. $40 941-928-5562 Before 9PM C R O W BAR $ 4. 00 Workshop light$10.00941-928-5562 Before 9PM ELE C TRI C IAN S T OO L pouch Klein leather pouch #5166 new$65 now $30 843-735-8912 LADDER use d 10 W erner Fiberglass step ladder $85 941-676-2019 PRESSURE WASHER Troy-built 3,000psi $250, OBO 941-485-0681 TOOL BOX U.S. General, 17 Drawers.Never Used! Full of Misc Tools! $1,600 812-276-9046 WET TILE saw U se d once i s a table saw cuts 18Ž tile. $195 715-439-0459 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS EQUIP./SUPPLIES O FFI C E C HAIR Black Vinyl on wheels. $20 941-257-5500 6232 CATS NOTICE : S tatute 585 195 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. HIMALAYAN KITTEN S S eal Lynx Point Male & Seal Lynx Tortie Point Female. 16 weeks old, Vaccinated, Health Cert, Spayed & Neutered Lovable Fluffkins. $650 941-716-3324 www.crittertales.net 6233 DOGS N O TI C E: S tatute 5 8 5.1 9 5 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at least eight weeks old, have an official health certificate and proper shots, and be free of intestinal and external parasites. CAVALIER KING CHARLES PUPS Great companions! Home Raised, Shots/Health Cert. $1875. Also2 Adults @ $2300 each. 772-985-2186 Visa/Mc website: furmysunshine.com MORKIES (2) well-marked Males, Home Raised, Parents on Site. Ready in 4 wks, Health Certs. $1500 ea 330-806-2946 REGISTERED YORKIE PUPPYS 1st shotVet checked $950.& up (941)-787-4913 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES AQUARIUM 50 ga ll on. $20 941-769-2343 6250 APPLIANCES AC WIND O W UNIT INCLUDES HEAT$125. (941)763-4818 DRYER S UPERLAR G E S IX CYCLE HEAVY DUTY $175, OBO 941-587-0882 DRYER Whi te,o ld er b ut wor k s. $50, OBO 941-412-7622 FREEZER Ni ce, Whi te, $100 (941)763-4818 delivery avail. 6250 APPLIANCES FRID G ERAT O R G E side by side bone 31WX70H vg cond. $200 941-445-0950 MICROWAVE 1250WATT LARGE CAPACITY COUNTERTOP $70, OBO 941-587-0882 MI C R O WAVE HAMILT O N Beach Black, like new. $40, OBO 941-412-7622 NEEDCASH? HaveAGarage Sale! 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Runs great! $150 941-876-3908 CO MPUTER DE S K 28 x 28 x 3 4 on wheels locks with key $75 941-496-9252 DECORATIVE YEAR R oun d X Mas Tree,5ft Lights,gold accents $150 941-681-2433 DOG CRATE L arge Wi re Bl ac k very good condition 3x2x2 $25 203-871-8131 ELA S T O MERI C UNIFLEX Premium Roof Tan Paint 5 gal. $50 941-496-9252 FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit! Perfect for these cooler nights! Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 G RILL, WEBER C HAR CO AL ,new cover EX. COND. 18/22 $40 941-200-5718 HAND TOOLSTABLE FULL TOOLS ASSORTED $25 941-200-5718 HIKING TENT tunne l tent f or 1 person $5 207-522-3954 MAN S WI G Brown hair 12 in long-never worn-cost $200 new $20 941-445-5619 RE CO RD CO LLE C TI ON includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 S UIT C A S E AMERI C AN Tour/soft/26x18/2 whls $12, OBO 941-624-2105 TABLE 5 ROUND f o ldi ng l egs Max Chief $75 941-496-9252 WIND CHIMES new in boxes nice assortment $5 941-426-4151 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE BUYING SILVER COINS DIMES Thru SILVER DOLLARS. 941-626-7785 PRE SS URE WA S HER WANTED PGI, 22PSI or Better, Must be reasonable. 941-505-6648 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 2003 BUICK LESABRE $2,300 obo, 93K Miles. 941-697-2461 7030 CADILLAC 2014 CADILLAC XTS $18,911. BEIGE, 47K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 C ADILLA C S RX $18,911. SILVER, 28K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2017 CADILLAC XT5LUXURY $37,000 16K MILOADED, NAV, BLINDSPOT, FWDCOLLISION WWW.FLAUTOMOBILES.COM3 OTHERS AVAILABLE 941 350-7544 7040 CHEVROLET 2007 CHEVY UPLANDER Van $2,500. 3rd Row, Cold A/C, Runs Great! 150K Mi. 941-380-1550 2005 CHEVY SUBURBAN $7,990. GOLD, LT, 115K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 C HEVY C AMAR O $21,990 WHITE, RS 44K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 CHEVROLET CAMARO CONVERTIBLE 2 SS, Collector Car, Custom Factory Ordered, 460 HP, Hurst 6 speed, 45th Anniversary, 19,000 miles. Loaded, K&N Air, Flowmaster Exhaust and Brembo Brakes, $35,000 Call 330-340-6633 Rotonda 2011 CHEVY TRAVERSE 71K MILES, LOCAL TRADE MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 200 4 C HEVY TRAIL BLAZER MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7050 CHRYSLER 2005 CHRYSLER 300 $3,200 Touring, 113k mi, VG cond. Sr owned, 603-502-1833 2006 CHRYSLER 300C $3,500 OBO mileage 176,624, Good Condition 239-851-5072 7060 DODGE 2000 DODGE VAN $300. G REAT W ORK V AN RUNS. 337-787-0013 FORDETAILS. 7070 FORD 2002 F O RD THUNDERBIRD $14,000 Torqouise, with black soft top and white hard top, 60,000 miles, new spark plugs & ignition coils. 941-916-9522 2015 FORD FUSION $28,995 Sedan 8 Miles 866-726-8593 DLR 2017 FORD MUSTANG CONV AUTO-LTH-NAVIGA-TION, BACK-UP,COOLEDSEATS4 CYLTURBO-30 MPGFULLFACTWARR-5 AVAILABLE$2,500 DOWN-LOWBALANCE$23,500 NO DEALER FEES FACTORYOFFLEASEJUSTIN941 350-7544

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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018CLASSIFIEDS 6000 MERCHANDISE 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES FRI & S AT 9 3 25412 PALAISADE RD. MULTIFAMILY SALE Many items. FRIDAY & S aturday. 9 : 00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 1165 Harbor Blvd. S AT 8 -13644Harbor Blvd. Boat Access, Fishing, Bikes, Hand & Yard Tools, Hand Carts, Ladders, Compressor, & Misc. SAT 10 27 8AM 2PM 1325 Preston St.. many items:scrapbooking, beads, watches,tile saw/stand, sports equip.,appliances,boots MORE S ATURDAY. 8 2 : 30 1029 KENSINGTON ST. Something for Everyone Getting ready to move sale THUR S .S AT. 8 AM-1PM 3167 Pinetree St. MOVING SALE!! Books, Clothes, X-Mas Items, Riding Mower, Tools, Fishin g Poles. Ever y thin g MUST Go! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI SAT 8AM NOON 4093 LaCosta Island Ct.. DOWNSIZING. Huge Range of Items. Bargain Hunters Delight! FRIS AT. 9 am3 pm 41 Tropicana Dr. Furn., Spin Cycle, Antiques, Housewares, Hardware, Tools, Books, Dcor, Crafts, Armoires, Luxe Bedspeard, Valances, Jewelry FRI. 10/26 8-12PM & SAT. 10/27 8-10AM 920 Don Juan Ct., ESTATE SALE Assisted by the Isles Girls & Guys. (Dir: South on 41; Right on Aqui Esta; Right on Bal Harbor; Right on Appian Dr; Right on Don Juan Ct) Original Artwork; 3 Sofas; Recliner; Side Tables; Coffee Table; Buffet; Mirror & Sconces; Lamps; King Bed, Headboard, Dresser w/Mirror; Computer Desk; File Cabinets; Dresser w/Matching Chest; Kitchen Tables w/4 Chairs & Leaf; Cookbooks; Linens; Sewing Machine; Tool Bench; Ladder; Christmas Tree; Plants & Pottery; Miscellaneous Kitchen & Garage Items. Please check out our website www.islesgirlsandguys.com GARAGE SALE & JEWELRY BLOWOUT SAT. Oct 27, 9AM-1PM, 1448 Wren Court, PGI Silver with Gems, 100s pcs, Low$ + misc Household. 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES SAT 8 4 & SUN 8 2 10122 Winding River Rd. in Creekside Development. HUGE COMMUNITY SALE! Everything Priced to Sell & in good to excellent condition. SAT. 8AM-2PM 331 Pompano Terr. Something for Everyone. Lots and lots of items SAT. 8AM-3PMRIO VILLA LAKES COMMUNITY SALE! 24802 Rio Villa Lakes Cir. Furn., Household, Tools, Electronics & MORE! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27. 8am-2pm 111 Tropicana Drive, PGI. Miscellaneous goods, tools, bicycles, sewing, etc S UN. 9 AM-5PM 3 4 3 5 S. Tamiami Trail & Rio Villa LARGE ESTATE SALE! High Quality Furniture, Tools, Housew ares, Pictures, Glassware, MIsc. Too Much to Mention!! 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES FRI & SAT 8:30-1:00 4533 GORGAS ST TOOLS TOOLS TOOLS FRIS AT. 8 AM3 PM 2885 Muglone Lane. Tools, Household, Clothes, and much more! Come and See! 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES FRI .SUN 9 ? 8159 Sanjacinto Ave. X-Mas Items, Furniture, Jewelry, Tools, LOTS of Misc. Items! SAT .SUN 8 2 454 N ew Pond Ct. Fishing, Stainglass Grinder & Tools, Electronics, Hshld, Lam. Flooring & MORE! SUN ONLY 8 4 5271 GERMANY AVE.. Misc. housewares, tools: power & hand, 3 riding mowers, 12 boat & motor, MUCH MORE! THUR.S AT. 9 -5 3029 Log Cabin Rd. HUGE SALE. Household, Clothes, Tools, Pic tures and MUCH MORE! EmployClassified! 6007 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES FRI SAT 8 2 6239 F a l con Dr Multi-Family Sale! Furniture, Appliances, Tools, Dishes and other household. S AT. 8 2 7 6 5 S pruce S t.. ESTATE SALE! 1930s House Everything MUST GO! 6008 ROTONDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI.S AT. 8 AM3 PM 6 Pine Valley Lane Collectibles, Furniture, House hold Items, & MUCH MORE!! 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES FRI & SAT8-2 5816 TAYLOR RD. GULFVIEW ESTATES MINI ESTATE SALE Florida style furniture, household item & more. BYESTATESALESSPECIALISTSB. MOYERMAN& DEEROE941-475-6273 PSYCHIC FAIR2nd & 4th Sat. Every month 10am-3pm TOP READERS $15/15 min ANGEL MINISTRIES 2269 S. Tamiami Trail Venice 941-4924995 www.angelministriesfl.org SAT. 9AM-2PM10/27 Raindate Sun. 10/28 Lakes of Jacaranda, Lake of the Woods and all Side Streets. S AT.S UN. 8 AM2 PM 364 Tihami Rd. Venice Gardens (off Shamrock). MOVING SALE! Bike, Furniture, New High Chair, Wall Hangings, Glassware, Clothing, Household & MUCH MORE!! 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES SATURDAY ONLY 10 2 700 SILK OAK DR. COLLECTIBLE DOLLS ALL OVER 20 YRS and Still MIN T in Box including Barbies, John Wright, Maggie Made and more Rain or shine. F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 6012 VENICE GARAGE SALES ANNUAL SAWGRASS COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALE. SATURDAY, 10/27, 8AM-12PM(EASTVENICEAVE.TOAUBURNRD). NORTH, SOUTHORMAINGATE. 6013NOKOMIS/OSPREY GARAGE SALES S AT. 8 AM2 PM 41 3 Rubens Dr. MOVING SALE!! Home Decor, Wall Art, GarageItems, Clothes & MORE! S ATURDAY. 9 3 111 W. MATISSE CI. HUGE ESTATE SALE Quality Goods, Out door patio set, Beautiful purses & jewelry, Seasonal items, wreaths collectibles, and so much more. 7070 FORD FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. 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. 2009 F O RD TAURU S LIMITED 88K MI., NICELY EQUIPPED MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7075 GMC 20 11 G M C TERRAIN $12,990. SILVER, SLT, AWD, 88K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 17 G M C S IERRA-15 00 $39,990. WHITE, SLT, 11K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7080 JEEP 2009 JEEP PATRI O T 4 wheel drive 68k mi, like new great tow vehicle Mattas Motors 941-916-9222 2006 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4, 80K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7090 LINCOLN 2009 LIN CO LN T O WNC AR $7,650 OBO, new tires & brakes, $1500 spent on upgrades. 941-276-3574 2008 LIN CO LN MKZ 7 2 K MILES, LEATHER CLEAN CLEAN CAR! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7100 MERCURY 2006 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS LEATHER. SUPER CLEAN MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7145 ACURA 20 14 A C URA MDX $21,990. WHITE, NAV, 71K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7147 AUDI 2013 AUDI A6 $9,500 Great Condition! Dealer Maintained. 133K Mi. 941-445-0765 2011 AUDI A520T $12,911 BLUE, NAV, CONV, 69K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7148 BMW 20 1 2 BMW 1 28 I C V $15,990. WHITE, CONV., 71K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 11 BMW 328 I C V $16,990. BLACK, 59K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 20 1 3 H O NDA C RV $17,911. BLUE, 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 H O NDA O DY SS EY $17,990. GRAY, NAV, 76K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 2015 HYUNDAI ELANTRA $14,000 Limited, 13,500 miles. Sr. owned, Like new. 941-496-7590 2018 HYUNDAI ELANTRA $15,800 35 MPG $1,200 DN, $225 MO, BACK-UP CAMERA, BLIND SPOT, FACT WARR, NO DEALER FEES 8 AVAILABLEJUSTIN 941-350-7544 2018 CHEVY COLORADO CREW 4 DR-AUTO-AC BEDLINER-RUNNINGBOARDSV-616KMI-FULLFACTWARR. BK-UP, ALLPWR, SAT RADIO$2,500 DN-LOWBAL$26,000 5 OTHERSAVAILABLEFACTORY OFF LEASE VENICE JUSTIN 941 350-7544 7177 KIA 2007 KIA RONDO $4,000 OBO, 7 Psgr., 78K Miles. 6 Cyl. Good Condition! 941-286-0321 20 11 KIA SO UL PLU S 4 CYL. AUTO, EXTRA CLEAN. MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2005 KIA SEDONA LX MINI VAN, EXTRA CLEEN, MATTAS MOTORS941-916-9222 DLR 7178 LEXUS 2003 LEXUS SC-300 $4,500 1 Owner! Have All Records.Exc. Cond! Only 89K Mi! 203-273-5767 20 11 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $16,990. BLACK, NAV, 42K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 0 LEXU S I S 2 5 0C $17,990. GRAY, NAV, CERT, 69K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2002 LEXUS SC-430 $18,400 Beautiful Super charged, Hardtop Conv. New Stereo, Speakers, Backup Camera, & Battery. Custom Wheels. A GREAT FL Conv. with super A /C. Call John 941-676-2665 20 14 LEXU S C T200 H $19,990. GRAY, CERT, 34K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 2 LEXU S I S 3 5 0C $24,990. WHITE, NAV, CERT, 64K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S I S 2 5 0 $25,990 BLACK, NAV F, CERT, 52K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 3 LEXU S RX-45 0 H $28,990. WHITE, NAV, CERT, 50K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7178 LEXUS 2013 LEXUS RX 350 $28,990. WHITE, NAV, CERT, 41K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RX 350 SUV $29,500 WHITE, 26KMI., BK-UP, BLINDSPOTPWRTAILGATE, FACTORY WARR. 5 OTHERSAVAIL. JUSTIN 941-350-7544 2015 LEXUS NX 200T $30,911. RED, NAV, CERT, 11K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RX 350 $32,990. WHITE, NAV, CERT, 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 LEXU S L S -4 60 $34,911. BLACK, NAV, CERT, 38K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S I S 2 5 0C $36,990. RED, NAV, CERT, 43K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7200 NISSAN 2011 NISSAN MURANO $11,700 Limited Edition.98K miles. Excellent Condition. No accidents. One owner. Garage Kept. Dealer Serviced. 2 sunroofs. Bose sound. Leather tan interior. Power Doors, mirrors, seats. Metallic Blue. 713-4174841 20 17 NI SS AN ALTIMA $17,990. WHITE, SR, 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7205 SPORTS CARS 1979 MG MGB $5,000 All Original! Runs Great! Looking For New Home. 863-528-4500 20 17 P O R SC HE MA C AN $49,990. GRAY, NAV, 16K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 17 P O R SC HE C AYENNE $55,911. WHITE, NAV, 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 3 P O R SC HE PANAMERA $67,990. GRAY, GTS, 33K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7207 SUBARU 2015 SUBARU OUTBACK $24,990. WHITE, LTD, 26K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 20 15 T O Y O TA CO R O LLA $14,990. BROWN, LE, 20K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7240 MISC.IMPORTS 20 17 FIAT 1 2 4 S PIDER CONV $24,500 4DR WAGON, 6,682 MI 866-726-8593 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES WANTED TO BUY Rear Bumper for 1954 Oldsmobile. 941-496-8731 CLASSIC 1989 CADILLAC ALLANTE Conv., Both Tops, Very good Condition, Pearl White ext. Burgandy int. no rust or damage, 115K miles, $4990 941-626-0552 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES SAVE THE DATE 11/10/18 9AM-1PM SUN NEWSPAPERS12th Annual Collector Car Show & Open House23170 Harbor View Rd, Charlotte Harbor, PC. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED ADMISSION & PARKING ARE FREE! 20 Trophies will be Awarded, 1 Over 4' High. FREE Coffee, Donuts, Orange Juice to Antique Car Owners. While Supplies Last. TOURS OF THE PAPER OFFICE AND PLANT! 10:00AM-NOON See How the Best Community Newspaper in the Country Op erates! Entertainment Begins 10:00AM by Shake, Rattle & Soul Featuring Mike T-Roy Orbison Tribute Artist with Mike Brown as Johnny Cash & The Big Bopper, Pat Brown Portrays Connie Francis & Patsy Cline. Vickie Potts, Charlotte Co. Tax Collector & Her Staff Will be on Hand to Answer Questions Reference Motor Vehicle Titles & Registration. Charlotte Technical College Automotive Training Dept. Students and Instructo rs with Auto Components will Answer Questions Pertaining to Modern Vehicles. See Dr. Robin Jenkins DVM of Peace River Wildlife Organization & Rescued Birds. Tasty Food and Beverages are Available. Look over 2019 Autos! ALSO 15 Ferrari Cars on Display! OPEN ONLY TO NON-MODIFIED Cars/Trucks/Motorcycles at Least 24 Model Years Old. ALSO Any Year Reproduction or Race Cars. NO REGISTRATION FEE! Owners that will Exhibit at this Fun Event Must RSVP to the Vintage Motor Car Club of America S.W.F.L. Region. with Tom & Tina Sleys 941-268-7634 or Don/Lee Royston 941-626-4452 Regretfully, Space Allows for Only 100 Vehicles. CALL NOW! F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s MERCEDES 1929 REPLICA, 4 cyl Chevy engine, Excellent cond, 6k miles, Lots of extras, Runs great, $7000/OBO Text to 941-626-9598 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1983 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 50K ORIGINAL MILES! A MUST SEE! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7260 AUTOS WANTED I BUY SCRAP CARS & TRUCKS Ed 941-456-1342 BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 W E BUY CARS & PICKUPS RUNNING OR NOT! $400 CASH + UP Frank 941-249-7522 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES C HR O ME EXHAU S TTIP S (pair) $15 941-625-5919 WHEELS 19ŽX12Ž pa i r, fi ts Corvette C5/C6/Camaro/Firebird. $250 941-625-5919 TRAILER HIT C H DrawTite brand for Toyota Camry 92-96 $65 941-676-2019 SNAP ON MT 2590 E ng i ne analyzer with accessories. $220 941-460-9540 RIMS 19ŽX12Ž pa i r, w i t h 2 new Pirelli P-Zero 355/30 tires. $475 941-625-5919 O IL C HAN G EE Q UIPMENT (2) 12,000 lb. drive on lifts (3) Oil holding tanks (1) 30lb. Graco air operated grease gun. (3) reels, waste oil tank, transfer pump, Tech Pro Trans fluid exchange $6,400, OBO 941-763-1344 FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS! 7290 VANS 2015 DODGE G ran d C aravan W HEELCHAIR Van, 10Ž lowered floor & ramp. 941-870-4325 2008 C HRY S LER T O WN & COUNTRY LIMITED MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 200 5 G M C S IERRA $ 15, 000 Only 35k miles, Call for info 941-661-9890 20 1 6 F O RD F-15 0 $42,990. WHITE, KG. RANCH 39K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 F O RD F2 5 0 $50,911. BLACK, PLATINUM 32K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 200 4 F O RD F-15 0 S UPER C AB AUTO, 6CYL., EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 2017 FORD F-150 EX XLT 26K MILES AUTO FACT WARRANTY A/C Running Boards $2,500 dn, low balance $ 24,000 5 others available FACTORY OFF LEASE VENICE JUSTIN 941 350-7544 7330 BOATS-POWERED 22SEA HUNT ESCAPE, 2007, low hours, 154 -4 stroke Yamaha, garaged, with new trailer + extras $26,500 410-984-1656 2 1.5 1 990 PUR S UIT C udd y with 1990 Merc Motor, all ac cessories. $1,000 941-916-9522 20-2014 TRACKER PONTOON BOAT with trolling motor, DF/GPS, w/ 60 HP Mercury Big foot. No trailer. Ex, Cond. $16,000 540-223-7842 15.5 SEA NYMPH Extra Wide. Brand New Mercury 4 Stroke. New Trailer! Great Shape! $2,500 obo 941-875-1095 11.5 2008 ZODIAK Ridged in flatible w/Yamaha 4HP, & 2018 14 Continental Trailer. $1,900 for All. 352-895-9843 7338 MARINE SUPPLY & EQUIP. S TAINLE SS PR O PELLER Mer cury Quicksilver # 48 16986 A5 16p $60 941-769-2343 MERCURY PROPELLER a l u minum 14x13p with hub and hardware $30 941-769-2343 7341 TRAILER & ACCESSORIES BOAT TRAILER Road King, Alu minum, Double Torsion Axles, Brakes, New Bunker Covers, Holds 20-23ft Boat. Englewood $2,200. 941-662-8936 75 0 REE S E Transporter trailer. Light weight. Can carry 600 pounds. Spare tire. Asking $450.00. Have 1 7/8 ball. Venice 203-710-2130. 2018 6X12 CARGO CRAFT enclosed trailer. Extra height for golf carts. $2695 MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 11CLASSIFIEDS€ Coast Guard Auxiliary: The auxiliary is the volunteer arm of the U.S. Coast Guard, and is a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The operational unit of the auxiliary is the Flotilla,Ž where Coast Guard policies and programs are transformed into action. For more information, visit www. coastguardenglewood. com, call Rich Markwitz at 941-266-0002 or attend a monthly meeting held on the second Tuesday of each month at 1949 Englewood Road. € Community Cats of Charlotte: An all volunteer nonpro“t that operates a trap, neuter and return program once a month for all the stray, abandoned, feral cats in Charlotte County. Volunteers are needed once a month from noon to 1 p.m. on Saturday to set up the MASH Unit, and from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. the following day for the feral clinic. Some experience with animals is encouraged. For more information, call Michelle at 941-875-3293. € Crossroads Hope Academy: Volunteers needed for young men ages 13 to 17 years old with great potential to become their mentor or tutor. Many of these youths have experienced life in its worst form and missed a lot of school. They need role models who can help them with their studies and self-esteem and get them on the right track to becoming successful adults with someone to care about them outside the staff of Crossroads Hope Academy. Call 941-627-9352. € Englewood Sailing Assn.: ESA is an all-volunteer, non-pro“t, teaching organization operating out of Indian Mound Park and sailing on Lemon Bay. ESA offers youth summer camps; yearround basic, intermediate and advanced programs for youth; and introduction to sailing classes for adults. ESA depends on volunteers to perform all necessary functions, such as program support staff, instructors, committee members, maintenance staff, board members, etc. You do not have to be a sailor. Visit EnglewoodSailing. Org, email info@englewoodsailing.org, or call 941-681-8190. € F.I.S.H. (Friends In Service Here): Volunteers to provide free transportation for residents in Englewood and Rotonda West. Volunteers provide transportation to doctors appointments, dialysis, oncology treatments, physical therapy, stores, banks and other locations in Englewood, North Port, and South Venice. For more information, call 941-475-2533 or 941-475-4494. € The Florida Guardian ad Litem Program: Volunteers are needed who, after training, are appointed by the court to advocate for the neglected, abused and abandoned children in our community. When you volunteer with the Guardian ad Litem Program you become the voice for a child in court and out of court. Volunteers are needed to represent these children and ensure that decisions made are in the childs best interest. If you are interested in being a champion for the children in our community, email shea”ores@gal. ”.gov or call at 941-6133233. Go to www.guardianadlitem.org to learn more about the program. € History Center of Punta Gorda: Fascinated by the past? The History Center in Punta Gorda can help you explore more about your citys past while you can help preserve and educate about that history. The Punta Gorda History Center located at 512 East Grace St., Punta Gorda is seeking volunteers with light computer skills, organizational ability, research skills (ability to “nd information through library and internet resources and personal interviews), writing or other clerical skills. Volunteers index and organize historical records, maps and books, develop informational pieces and presentations, do research, write blog and social media posts, answer questions from visitors and more. You can work as little as three hours a week and will be trained. For more information, call 941-916-8800 or email puntagordahistory center@gmail.com. € Homeless Coalition: Retail help at Fabulous Finds Re-Sale Shop (Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.);Volunteers are needed for meal prep (Mondays and Wednesdays 1 p.m.4 p.m.); Front desk help needed in the of“ce of the shelter (Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9 a.m. noon and Monday-Friday 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.); Food donation pick-up driver once a week; Groups to serve in the dining room; Bakers needed for the Need Bountiful Bakery Program. For more information and other opportunities, call or email Darcy Woods, Volunteer Coordinator, at 941-627-4313, ext. 134, darcy.woods@cchomelesscoalition.org. € Jesus Loves You Ministry: Mobile outreach program for the homeless; volunteers needed in various areas: shower ministry, mobile lunch ministry, thrift store, vehicle maintenance, of“ce work and many others. For more information, call 941-661-8117 or email lesliejlym@gmail.com. € Learn to Sail Inc.: Learn to Sail is a nonpro“t group teaching youths and adults to sail on Charlotte Harbor. Volunteer vacancies to “ll, in summer and yearround, include instructors, teaching aides, boat repairs, social networking, boat donations, sales and marketing. For more information, visit www. learntosailswf.com, email info@learntosailswf.com or call 941-999-1102. € Lemon Bay Playhouse: Nearly every task at the theatre is performed by a volunteer. The most visible ones are the actors but there is another entire cast working backstage, with a stage manager, for every production, collectively known as the crew.Ž Others help perform activities such as the ticket sales, house managing, set construction, lights, administrative tasks, publicity, and computer-related projects to name a few. If you are interested, signup online at lemonbayplayhouse. com, “ll out a volunteer brochure, or call the box of“ce at 941-475-6756. € Meals on Wheels: volunteers in the following areas: kitchen, to assist in preparing and packaging meals and drivers to deliver meals to clients. For more information, call 941-625-4343 between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday.VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESFROM PAGE 2 adno=3624476-1 Meet Robin Jenkins DVM of Peace River Wildlife Center. See some birds and learn about this needed organization. Meet Britney Epps Consignment Specialist and Chief Clerk for Premier Auction GroupREGISTRATIONOpen only to non-modi“ ed cars, trucks and motorcycles at least 24 years old also any year reproduction or race cars. There is no registration fee, but owners must pre-register. Limit 100 vehicles. RSVP to the Vintage Motor Car Club of America, S.W.F.L. Reqion With Tom & Tina Sleys 941-268-7634Or Don & Lee Royston, 941-575-0202 Food & Beverages Available 20 Trophies to be awarded See new 2019 models also 15 Ferrari cars Enjoy live entertainment by Shake, Rattle & Soul FeaturingMike T-Roy Orbison Tribute Artistwith Mike Brown as Johnny Cash & The Big Bopper, Pat Brown portrays Connie Francis & Patsy ClineCharlotte Technical College automotive training dept. Students and instructors with auto components will answer questions pertaining to modern vehicles. 12th AnnualWelcome Back! Collector Car Show & Open HouseSaturday, November 10, 2018 9AM…1PMat the Charlotte Sun 23170 Harborview Rd., Port Charlotte adno=3622821-1 FREEAdmission & Parking PublicWelcomeTours of Sun Newspaper Of“ ce and Plant 10 AM…12 NOON See how your award-winning newspaper operates!Vickie Potts, Charlotte County Tax Collector and her sta will be on hand to answer questions, reference motor vehicle titles & registration 7341 TRAILER & ACCESSORIES 1999 TRAILET 2 STAHL HORSE TRAILER Bumper pull, dressing room, garage kept.IMMACULATE! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ SCOOTERS GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 2017 HARLEYDAVIDSON TRIKE Low Mileage! Less Than 5,000. Too Many Extras To List! This is a Must See Bike. 107 En gine, Garage Kept Asking. $30,500. 941-276-4257 2006 HARLEY DAVID SO N Street Glide FLXR Absolutely beautiful (black) MUST SEE $10,250, OBO 941-623-2447 7370 CAMPERS/ TRAVEL TRAILERS 2017 25FLAGSTAFF Murphy Bunk Beds, Barely Used. Extras! $18,500. 941-276-0029 200 5 TITANIUM 5TH WHEEL 32 1 slide, new tires $9500 863-381-4142 7380 MOTOR HOMES / RVs WANTED All M otor Homes, TTs, 5th wheels,& Diesel trucks. CASH paidon the spot for quick sale. Any Condition! Low or High Value. 954-789-7530 WANT T O BUY Motor Home, Travel Trailer or 5th Wheel. Any condition. Will Pay Cash. Call Andy 352-999-2055 EVERYTHINGDISCOUNTEDSAVE $$$$SKIP EPPERS RVsPunta Gorda Closed Sun. & Mon. 941-639-6969 RETIRING OVER 800 RVS TO CHOOSE FROM TOP BRANDS & GREAT SERVICEFAMILYOWNEDAND OPERATEDGERZENYS RV WORLD2110 US41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195941-304-4866WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM I BUY TRAVEL TRAILERS 5th Wheels Motor Homes & Trucks I Come to You! Call Dave An y time. 813-713-3217

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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018CLASSIFIEDS PALM ISLAND 480 S Gulf Boulevard Kevin Mackin 941-769-0198 D5923984 $1,695,000 ENGLEWOOD 7785 Manasota Key Road Michelle Hupp 941-773-5464 N5915516 $1,599,000 BOCA GRANDE 16740 Grande Quay Drive Carol Stewart 941-276-1162 D5920860 $1,690,000 LOCALLY KNOWN. GLOBALLY CONNECTED. OSPREY14021 Bellagio Way 211 Lenore Treiman 941-356-9642 A4410942 $599,000 VENICE979 Chickadee Drive Robert Goldman 941-400-2756 N6102266 $560,000 ENGLEWOOD57 Golf View Drive Ellen Baker & Michael Hollenbeck 941-268-4999 D6101621 $559,900 ENGLEWOOD2700 N Beach Road B104 Debi Benson 941-815-5969 D5923108 $499,999 OSPREY1325 Thornapple Drive Laura Navratil 941-806-7436 A4414107 $489,000 PUNTA GORDA3302 Palm Drive Catherine Nichols 240-393-0049 C7247251 $294,500 VENICE659 Crossfield Circle 5 Bambi Utton 941-228-4881 N6102475 $279,000 PUNTA GORDA25329 Marilia Drive Cynthia Niccolls 941-421-4041 C7406631 $269,999 PUNTA GORDA2060 Matecumbe Key Road 2503 Christine Chamberlin 941-268-3172 C7405038 $269,000 PLACIDA7070 Placida Road 1121 Shawna Wagar 941-208-2590 D6100747 $239,900 PALM ISLAND430 Kettle Harbor Drive Kevin Mackin 941-769-0198 D6103014 $899,900 VENICE633 Alhambra Road 208 Linda Bastian 941-321-6203 A4213672 $695,000 VENICE732 Eagle Point Drive Helen Moore 941-724-2030 N6102366 $649,000 PUNTA GORDA3823 Bermuda Court Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7406833 $637,000 PLACIDA11000 Placida Road 2304 Gail Cristello 941-400-8878 A4413206 $632,900 PUNTA GORDA3250 Southshore Drive 52A Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7406689 $399,000 PLACIDA10406 Coquina Court Marcy Davis 941-685-5005 A4406076 $394,500 PUNTA GORDA24417 Baltic Avenue 201 Richard Stewart 941-639-0000 C7251184 $359,900 ENGLEWOOD1141 Arbroid Drive Yvonne Wolf 941-855-1566 D6101353 $339,000 VENICE141 Wayforest Drive Susan Brooker 941-223-6055 N6102416 $325,000 ENGLEWOOD1240 Drury Lane Misty Raines 941-724-1989 D6102803 $154,900 PUNTA GORDA2021 Little Pine Circle 42A Sandra Limberger 239-898-5238 C7405760 $150,000 ENGLEWOOD218 N Fiji Circle Jillian Marie-West 941-626-5138 D6102713 $145,000 VENICE3730 Cadbury Circle 626 Joan McMahon 941-306-9353 N6101339 $139,000 PUNTA GORDA301 Islamorada Boulevard 23B Ken & Sue Parr 941-916-1252 C7245097 $137,500 PUNTA GORDA3170 Matecumbe Key Road 121 Richard Stewart 941-639-0000 C7406865 $129,900 PUNTA GORDA3313 Sunset Key Circle 506 Cynthia Artale 239-851-2216 C7404977 $450,000 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE409 Palm Avenue Janet Oberholtzer 484-798-7824 N6102313 $449,000 PUNTA GORDA2602 Magdalina Drive 2602 Carlotta Stephenson & Karen Brown 941-628-3848 C7243331 $439,900 ENGLEWOOD8541 Amberjack Circle 402 Erin Halstead 941-270-0539 D5923680 $419,900 PLACIDA8944 Scallop Way Shawna Wagar 941-208-2590 D5923173 $399,000 PUNTA GORDA25496 Banff Lane Debra Gurin 941-875-3242 C7403781 $218,500 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE280 Avenue Of Queens Cheryl Torres 941-915-9026 A4402430 $189,900 NORTH PORT3572 January Avenue Katie Malloy 941-468-2483 N6102434 $189,900 VENICE880 Country Club Circle 46 Jo-Anne Sckowska & Nell Taylor 941-321-8975 N6101234 $189,000 VENICE3730 Cadbury Circle 400 Joan McMahon 941-306-9353 N5916597 $159,900 VENICE3730 Cadbury Circle 818 Joan McMahon 941-306-9353 N6102415 $156,000 ENGLEWOOD 8440 Manasota Key Road Maryann Casey 941-468-3741 D6101376 $2,100,000 VENICE 529531 Manatee Court Ron Paul 941-483-0866 N6102224 $919,900 ENGLEWOOD 10070 Eagle Preserve Drive Ellen Baker & Michael Hollenbeck 941-268-4999 D6100019 $929,900 USEPPA ISLAND 124 Useppa Island Johns W. Knight, Jr. & Krista S. Potthast-Haynes, P.A. 941-855-0263 D6101633 $1,000,000 OSPREY 14021 Bellagio Way 407 Michelle Hupp 941-773-5464 N6100744 $1,195,000 MSC MORTGAGE | MSC TITLE | MS&C COMMERCIAL NEW HOMES & CONDOMINIUMS | RENTAL888.552.5228 michaelsaunders.comLICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKEROPEN HOUSES SUNDAYS 1Â…4 PMmichaelsaunders.com SUNDAY'S OPEN HOUSESBRADENTON 534 Planters Manor Way. $425,000. Tammy Kitt. 941-284-7274. N6102011 ENGLEWOOD 1095 Gulf Boulevard. $875,000. Betsy Hollster. 941-786-4175. D6102653 7224 Sussex Lane. $280,000. Amy Gonzales. 360-431-6910. D6102291 1135 Gasparilla Boulevard. $264,900. Ron Paul. 941-483-0866. N6101516 10153 Quimper Avenue. $249,900. Kate Stevens. 941-681-8141. D6102408 610 Linden Drive 349. $220,000. Jillian West. 941-473-6095. D6100823 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE 2156 Muskogee Trail. $500,000. Tracy Pierce. 941-275-1570. N6101745 19 Inlets Boulevard 19. $449,000. Marilyn Tibball. 941-350-1832. N5916400 PORT CHARLOTTE 24123 Riverfront Drive. $374,900. Genevieve Ramachandran. 941-2681511. C7402813 384 Milford Street. $169,900. Kristen Wheat. 941-204-8028. N6101663 PUNTA GORDA 535 Toulouse Drive. $510,000. Linda Mazner. 239-633-1970. C7406087 VENICE 9150 Deer Court. $1,000,000. Michelle Hupp. 941-773-5464. N6101408 21220 St Petersburg Drive. $570,000. Magda Cetta Whelton. 941-4084047. N6101838 24280 Gallberry Drive. $478,500. Susan Brooker. 941-223-6055. N6102082 316 Alba Street E. $389,900. Dianne Corcoran. 941-266-1426. N6102095 121 Wading Bird Drive. $364,900. Nell Taylor. 941-376-9623. N6100286 691 Lakescene Drive. $359,000. Kevin Stanley. 941-716-0564. N6101920 1629 Monarch Drive 1629. $264,500. Cheryl Torres. 941-915-9026. A4400616 1669 Monarch Drive 103. $245,000. Amy Wilson-Moghina. 941-275-9353. A4213252 11055 Batello Drive. $237,900. Troy Haynes. 941-306-7541. N6102128 475 Wexford Circle 98. $198,500. Cindy Dillander. 941-716-3203. 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THE NEWS WIRESTATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS Florida teachers suffering after Hurricane MichaelSee Page 2 Saturday, October 27, 2018 By ELLIOT SPAGAT and JILL COLVINASSOCIATED PRESSCALEXICO, California „ Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Friday that everything is on the tableŽ as the administration considered new measures to sti” e immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border and send a message that a slow-moving migrant caravan bound for the United States will not be welcome. Nielsen addressed the Trump administrations efforts to fortify the border while standing next to a newly constructed 30-foot fence in California. Before she spoke, two workers wearing welding masks af“ xed a plaque to the barrier with the names of President Donald Trump and several high-ranking of“ cials to commemorate what the administration calls the completion of the “ rst phase of his border wall. Nielsens trip to the border came after the Pentagon approved a request for additional troops at the southern border, expected to total at least 800 and possibly more than 1,000. And the White House is looking at new border security measures, including one plan that would use the same mechanism as Trumps travel ban to block migrants from seeking asylum in the U.S, according to two people familiar with the discussion. They spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the idea, which they stressed was still in the early planning stages and had yet to be decided. We are looking at every possible way within the legal construct that we have to make sure that those who dont have the legal right to come to this country do not come in,Ž Nielsen said. The president has stepped up his focus on immigration in the days leading up to the Nov. 6 elections that will determine which party controls Congress, US: Everything on table to block migrants at border AP PHOTOU.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, center, speaks in front of a newly forti ed border wall structure on Friday in Calexico, California.BORDER | 8 NEW YORK (AP) „ A week of terror by mail started with a single suspicious package in a billionaires mailbox. In the days that followed, at least a dozen more suspected explosive devices were found, all of them targeting high-pro“ le critics of President Donald Trump. On Friday, as still more suspected devices were being investigated, authorities arrested Cesar Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, Florida, who they say had used social media and the exterior of his van to rail against Democrats and CNN. Here are key moments in the investigation, according to a criminal complaint “ led by prosecutors Friday.Between Oct. 18 And Oct. 20€ Packages addressed to former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, actor Robert De Niro, former Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Maxine Waters are processed at a U.S. Postal Service center in Opa-locka, Florida, and begin their journeys to places around the country. Each is a padded, manila envelope with six American ” ag stamps, containing a PVC pipe, cap, clock, battery, wires and material investigators said could have exploded with heat or friction.Monday, Oct. 22€ A package containing an apparent pipe bomb is delivered via the U.S. mail to an estate belonging to billionaire liberal activist George Soros in Bedford, New York, about 30 miles north of New York City. It goes to a house on the property where Soros former wife lives. € On his Twitter account, Sayoc retweets a post saying, The world is waking up to the horrors of George Soros.ŽTuesday, Oct. 23€ The package addressed to Clintons home in Chappaqua, New York, is delivered to a residence used by her staff. € The package addressed to Obama is intercepted at a post of“ ce box in Washington, How an investigation into a series of package bombs unfoldedBOMBS | 8By MICHAEL BIESECKER and STEPHEN BRAUNASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ Cesar Sayoc is an amateur body builder and former male stripper, a loner with a long arrest record who showed little interest in politics until Donald Trump came along. On Friday, he was identi“ ed by authorities as the Florida man who put pipe bombs in small manila envelopes, af“ xed six stamps and sent them to some of Trumps most prominent critics. Records show Sayoc, 56, of Aventura, has a history of “ nancial problems and extensive record of past arrests, including a stint served on probation for making a bomb threat. He was born in New York City and attended college in North Carolina before moving to the Miami suburbs in the late 1980s. Florida voter records show he “ rst registered in March 2016 as a Republican and cast a ballot in that Novembers heated presidential election. Sayocs social media accounts are peppered with memes supporting Trump, denigrating Democrats, and promoting conspiracy theories about George Soros, the billionaire political donor who was the “ rst targeted this week by a package bomb. Sayoc has also tweeted and posted on Facebook videos that appear to show him at Trump rallies. At the auto parts store in Plantation, Florida, where Sayoc was taken swarmed by of“ cers and arrested on Friday, authorities towed away a white van covered with stickers supporting Trump and criticizing media outlets that included CNN, the news channel also targeted by a mail bomb this week. I know the guy is a lunatic,Ž said Lenny Altieri, Sayocs cousin, told The Associated Press on Friday. He has been a loner.Ž He con“ rmed that Sayoc had been a stripper. Court records in Florida show that Sayoc was arrested in 2002 and served a year of probation for a felony charge of threatening to throw or place a bomb. Court records available online did not immediately provide further details about the Bomb suspect was cash-strapped ex-stripper devoted to Trump AP PHOTOThis frame grab from video provided by WPLG-TV shows FBI agents escorting Cesar Sayoc, in a sleeveless shirt, in Miramar, Flori da, on Friday. 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Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018STATE/WORLD NEWSBy FREIDA FRISARO and TAMARA LUSHASSOCIATED PRESSPANAMA CITY „ Regina Ferrell, a fourthgrade teacher in Bay County, stood before the local school board this week and pleaded: Please be ”exible with teachers returning to classrooms after Hurricane Michael. The board wants to reopen the countys schools „ the ones that werent destroyed „ on Monday, with students returning two weeks later. But teachers like Ferrell say that could be dif“cult when their living situations are so tenuous. Mondays awfully quick when so many of us are suffering,Ž said Ferrell, who lives in Panama City, the hardest-hit area. After she spoke to the board, two people in the audience pressed cash into her hands. Tears welled in her eyes. The hurricane severely damaged her condo, leaving her without water, sewer service or electricity. Except for one night that she slept in a tent in the parking lot, she has stayed in her water-damaged unit. The inside is stacked with food and other necessities in plastic tubs, and some of her possessions are stuffed into black trash bags. Mold has begun to grow inside the condo. A sour, dank smell permeates the place. Still, she is reluctant to shut the door and go somewhere else. What little I do have, Im worried somebodys going to steal it,Ž she said, adding that she spends nights with a ”ashlight and a 9 mm gun at her side. Reopening schools in the Florida district hit hardest by the hurricane Oct. 10 depends a lot on achieving some degree of normalcy outside the classroom for the 28,000 students and the 1,800 teachers and other employees. The Category 4 storm slammed Bay County two weeks ago with winds of 155 mph. Since then, some teachers whose homes were destroyed have spent nights in their own classrooms or slept in tents and cars. All 36 of the districts schools were damaged; six are unusable. We have a delicate balance between the humanitarian needs and the need to open schools in order to show our community that normal will exist again,Ž said district spokeswoman Sharon Michalik. We have teachers who have lost everything and they are camping out in their classrooms. Well have to “nd them somewhere else to live.Ž Michalik said some possibilities under discussion are tent cities for district employees and on-site day care for their children. We are meeting every day with community leaders to try to identify options,Ž she said, adding that she has heard estimates of some 20,000 homes in the area that need to be replaced. The needs are many and varied and never-ending.Ž Denise Hinsons home was one of the few in her mobile home park that didnt have extensive damage. But theres no electricity, making it hard to live there and even more dif“cult to create lesson plans and grade papers. Toppled trees make it impossible to reach her home by car. Since the hurricane, she has been living in a hotel with her mother in Ocala, Florida, about four hours away, paying $80 a night. Many of the hotels in the Panama City area were damaged and left uninhabitable, and the few that are left are fully booked by displaced residents, utility crews, Federal Emergency Management Agency representatives and other recovery workers. Hinson also worries about her students, many of whom live in poverty or are in foster care. Hinson, who has taught for 31 years, said she is in a tough spot: She needs the money that returning to school will deliver since she hasnt yet received disaster assistance. But if she doesnt go back on Monday, she said, she will have to take unpaid leave. I dont have a home, so how can I be effective at my work when I cant shower or cook food?Ž said Hinson, who teaches seventh-graders language arts at New Horizons Learning Center. Maybe I will live at the school? I dont have anything else to do.ŽHow can I be effective?: Teachers suffering after Michael AP PHOTORegina Ferrell, a fourth-grade teacher in Panama City, stands inside her damaged condo in Panama City. MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATEFloridas population has grown 11 percent since last CensusORLANDO (AP) „ A new estimate shows Floridas population grew by almost 11 percent in the past eight years. The estimate released this week by the University of Floridas Bureau of Economic and Business Research puts Floridas population at 20.8 million residents as of this past April. The estimate shows that Florida has grown by 2 million residents since the last decennial Census in 2010. The decennial Census is used for drawing new congressional and legislative districts. The University of Florida research bureau arrives at its estimate using utility customers, homestead exemptions and building permits. The U.S. Census uses births, deaths and migration in its calculation and places Floridas population at 20.9 million residents as of July 2017. Florida is the nations third most populous state, trailing only California and Texas.2 dead, 1 injured when speeding Ferrari crashes, burnsWEST PALM BEACH (AP) „ Two people are dead after a speeding white Ferrari struck a tree near an intersection and burst into ”ames. News outlets report the crash happened Thursday night near West Palm Beach. Police tell the Palm Beach Post one person died at the scene and the other died at a hospital. A minor who was also in the car was injured. The names of the victims havent been released.Teen charged with threatening football players with gunWEST PALM BEACH (AP) „ Authorities say a Florida teen threatened football players at his former high school with a gun. The Palm Beach Post reports that 19-year-old Xavier Martin was arrested Thursday and charged with aggravated assault and possessing a weapon on school property. Authorities say members of the Palm Beach Lakes Community High School football team were praying outside the school Monday, some of them in the schools driveway. School police say Martin began honking and swearing because he couldnt pass in his car. The players told Martin to wait until they were done praying. Police say Martin exited his car and showed the players a gun tucked into his jeans. The players ran away, and Martin drove off. Police caught up with him. Hes being held on $300,000 bail.Florida woman charged with using dead mans bank cardJACKSONVILLE (AP) „ Authorities say theyve arrested a Florida woman who used a homicide victims stolen bank card several times after his death. The Florida TimesUnion reports that 51-year-old Lisa Deon Williams was arrested last week and charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and forgery. Jacksonville police havent said whether Williams is suspected in the death of 69-year-old Gary Lee Tripp Sr. He was found dead from a gunshot wound to the back of the head in April after a neighbor noticed his door open and called the police. Investigators reviewed Tripps banking records and found new purchases for cigarettes, a ceiling fan and garden lights. Security video from the businesses showed a woman police identi“ed as Williams. Williams was being held on $300,000 bail. Jail records didnt list an attorney. By SUZAN FRASER and CHRISTOPHER TORCHIAASSOCIATED PRESSANKARA, Turkey „ Turkey on Friday intensi“ed its demands for Saudi Arabia to extradite 18 suspects in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a call that is likely to be met with resistance from the kingdom and could escalate tensions between the U.S.-allied regional powers. Khashoggis Turkish “ance, meanwhile, gave an anguished and tearful TV interview in which she said she keeps asking herself if she had missed some signs and should have prevented him from entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2 „ questions that she says she cannot answer. The Istanbul chief prosecutors of“ce submitted a request for Saudi Arabia to hand over the suspects in the killing, and the Turkeys Foreign Ministry will formally notify the kingdom, Turkeys staterun Anadolu news agency reported. The Saudi government has said it arrested and would itself punish 18 people for what it described as a rogue operation by of“cials who killed Khashoggi in the consulate. We expect our request (for the suspects) return to be ful“lled because this atrocious event took place in Turkey,Ž said Turkish Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gul. Saudi Arabia has returned suspects to Turkey before. The stakes are much higher in the Khashoggi case, however, as some of those implicated are close to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdoms heir apparent whose condemnation of the killing failed to ease suspicions that he was involved. Turkish prosecutors want the suspects to face prosecution for premeditated killing executed with “endish sentiments or by causing torment,Ž according to the Anadolu agency. The reasoning behind the extradition request is that Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in Turkey by Saudi nationals who traveled to Turkey for this speci“c purpose,Ž a senior Turkish of“cial said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media. Turkeys judicial system is better equipped to serve the cause of justice in this case, the of“cial said, adding: The court proceedings in Turkey will be open to international observers in order to ensure the greatest level of transparency.Ž Turkey alleges a 15-member hit squad was sent to Istanbul to kill the journalist, a onetime Saudi insider who became a critic of Prince Mohammed and was a columnist for The Washington Post. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said the three others in the group of 18 who were detained in Saudi Arabia were consulate employees. Erdogan said Friday that Turkey would reveal more evidence about the killing but was not in any rush to do so, indicating that Turkish authorities will methodically increase pressure on Saudi Arabia even as the kingdom ”oats con”icting statements in a vain and often clumsy attempt to end the crisis. There is no point in being too hasty,Ž Erdogan said in an address to ruling party leaders. He added that the Saudis who killed Khashoggi must reveal the location of his body.Turkey seeks extradition of suspects in Khashoggi killing By SUZAN FRASERASSOCIATED PRESSANKARA, Turkey „ Turkey will press for a clear outline of steps toward a political resolution of the con”ict in Syria during a summit gathering the leaders of Turkey, France, Germany and Russia, a top of“cial said Friday. Turkeys President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Russian President Vladimir Putin gather in Istanbul on Saturday to discuss the situation in the northwestern province of Idlib, access of humanitarian aid, the drafting of a constitution and reconstruction of the war-torn country. Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said Turkey will also push for the preservation of an agreement reached last month that set up a demilitarized zone around Idlib. The agreement reached between Russia and Syria prevented a government offensive on the last rebel stronghold in the country. Idlib has been calm since, though some militant groups have not met an Oct. 15 deadline to evacuate the demilitarized zone. Many feared that a government offensive in Idlib would trigger a new refugee crisis as the region is home to some 3 million people, many of them already displaced by the war from other parts of Syria. The solution in Syria is a political one, not a military one,Ž Kalin said. France has said it intends primarily to promote the maintenance of the cease-“re in Idlib to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe and a new mass wave of refugees, and the effective launch of an inclusive political process in accordance with a United Nations resolution. The summit comes amid Turkish threats of a new military operation across the border into northern Syria, in zones held by Syrian Kurdish “ghters. Turkey considers the Syrian Kurdish militia, which is backed by the United States, to be terrorists and a part of the Kurdish insurgency within Turkey. On Friday, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey would not allow terror groups located east of the Euphrates RiverŽ to threaten Turkeys security. Turkey launched two incursions into Syria, in 2016 and 2018, into areas west of the Euphrates, pushing Islamic State militants as well as Syrian Kurdish “ghters from its border.Turkey seeks political solution for Syria at 4-way summit MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLDMan arrested trying to steal Magna Carta from UK cathedralLONDON (AP) „ A man suspected of trying to steal a Magna Carta from its display case at Salisbury Cathedral has been arrested after he was wrestled to the ground by cathedral employees, British authorities said Friday. Wiltshire Police said cathedral alarms sounded Thursday afternoon in the southwestern English city when a person armed with a hammer tried to smash the glass box surrounding the Magna Carta. The Magna Carta „ Latin for Great Charter „ is considered the founding document of English law and civil liberties, a document that in”uenced the shapers of the U.S. Constitution. The document, granted by King John in 1215, established the principle that the king was subject to the law, rather than above it. It also stipulated that no free man shall be seized or imprisoned ... except by the lawful judgment of his equals or by the law of the land.Ž The Magna Carta on display at the cathedral is one of four surviving originals.Aid group: Yemen fighting killed 575 civilians since AugustSANAA, Yemen (AP) „ An international aid organization says some 575 Yemenis have been killed in “ghting between a Saudi-led coalition and the Shiite rebels in Yemen between Aug. 1 and Oct. 15. Fridays statement by United Kingdom-based OXFAM says “ghting has killed about one civilian every three hours since August and reported suspected cholera cases surpassed 1.1 million over the past 18 months, including over 2,000 fatal cases.Lawyer offers reward for info about death of billionaireTORONTO (AP) „ A Canadian lawyer has announced a reward for information about the death of drug-company billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey. Lawyer Brian Greenspan said Friday that Toronto police havent properly handled the case. He said the billionaires family has set up a tip line and is offering up to 10 million Canadian dollars ($7.6 million) for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of a suspect. The founder of generic drugmaker Apotex and his wife were found dead in their Toronto mansion last December. The day after, some media outlets quoted unidenti“ed police of“cials as saying the deaths appeared to be a murder-suicide. That upset the couples four adult children, who hired their own team of investigators. Police now say the couple was murdered.

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NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week. Source : Morningstar and the Associated Press.(Previous and change gures reect current contract.)NATIONAL NEWS/STOCKSBy MARTIN CRUTSINGERAP ECONOMICS WRITERWASHINGTON „ The U.S. economy grew at a robust annual rate of 3.5 percent in the July-September quarter as the strongest burst of consumer spending in nearly four years helped offset a sharp drag from trade. The Commerce Department said Friday that the third quarters gross domestic product, the countrys total output of goods and services, followed an even stronger 4.2 percent rate of growth in the second quarter. The two quarters marked the strongest consecutive quarters of growth since 2014. The result was slightly higher than many economists had been projecting. It was certain to be cited by President Donald Trump as evidence his economic policies are working. But some private economists worry that the recent stock market declines could be a warning signal of a coming slowdown. They noted that Fridays GDP report showed business investment slowed dramatically in the third quarter, growing at an annual rate of just 0.8 percent, the weakest in nearly two years, after a much stronger 8.7 percent gain in second quarter. Analysts said the slowdown could be an indication that last Decembers tax cuts, which offered special breaks for business investment, were beginning to wane. There was also concern that the slowdown could re”ect adverse impacts from rising trade tariffs with businesses less reluctant to invest under the threat of a trade war between the United States and China. Gregory Daco, chief U.S. economist for Oxford Economics, said he expects more modest GDP growth in coming quarters, citing the fading impact of the tax cuts, higher interest rates from the Federal Reserve and increasing trade tensions. The GDP report along with next weeks unemployment report for October are the last major looks at the economy before voters go to the polls in the mid-term elections. Mick Mulvaney, head of the presidents budget of“ce, said in a CNBC interview that while business investment was ”at this quarter, it followed several quarters when investment has been fantastic.Ž He also said the administration was not concerned about the stock market sell-off this month. The stock market is going to go up and down,Ž he said. Certainly we follow it, but we dont use it as an indicator of where we are headed.Ž For this year, economists are projecting the momentum built up should result in growth of 3 percent, the best annual showing in 13 years. But they believe the impact of Trumps trade war with China and rising interest rates will slow growth in 2019 to around 2.4 percent, with a further decline to under 2 percent in 2020. I think we will see a signi“cant slowdown, in part because economic growth has been raised to an arti“cially high level by the tax cuts,Ž said Sung Won Sohn, chief economist at SS Economics in Los Angeles.US economy grew at strong 3.5 percent rate in Q3 By ALEX VEIGAAP BUSINESS WRITERStocks are back in the red for the year after another wave of selling hit Wall Street Friday. The latest plunge came at the end of an unusually turbulent week of trading that had one huge gain sandwiched between massive losses. A three-week slide has left the benchmark S&P 500 index on track for its worst month since February 2009, right before the stock market hit bottom following the 2008 “nancial crisis. Longtime market favorites like Amazon led the way lower after reporting weak results. Technology and consumer-focused companies accounted for much of the sell-off. Media and communications stocks, banks and health care companies also took heavy losses. Bond prices rose, sending yields lower, as investors sought out less risky assets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 300 points and the S&P 500, a benchmark for many index funds, is now down 9.3 percent from its September peak. Thats just shy of what Wall Street calls a correction,Ž or a drop of 10 percent or more from a peak. The last S&P 500 correction happened in February. The S&P 500 index slid 46.88 points, or 1.7 percent, to 2,658.69. The Dow dropped 296.24 points, or 1.2 percent, to 24,688.31. The average was brie”y down 539 points. The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite lost 151.12 points, or 2.1 percent, to 7,167.21. The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks gave up 16.58 points, or 1.1 percent, to 1,483.82. The S&P 500 and Dow are now down for the year again.Stocks slump again; S&P 500, Dow back into red for year MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE NATIONNBC cancels Megyn Kellys show after blackface controversyNEW YORK (AP) „ Megyn Kelly, the former Fox News Channel personality who made a rocky transition to softer news at NBC, was “red from her morning show Friday after triggering a furor by suggesting it was OK for white people to wear blackface at Halloween. Megyn Kelly Today is not returning,Ž NBC News said in a statement. The show occupied the fourth hour of NBCs TodayŽ program, a time slot that will be hosted by other co-anchors next week, the network said. NBC didnt address Kellys future at the network. But negotiations over her exit from NBC are underway, according to a person familiar with the talks who wasnt authorized to discuss the matter publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. Bryan Freedman, an attorney for Kelly, said in a statement that she remains an employee of NBC News and discussions about next steps are continuing.Ž He did not elaborate. Kelly is in the second year of a three-year contract that reportedly pays her more than $20 million a year. The shows cancellation came four days after she provoked a “restorm for her on-air comments about blackface as a costume.Rare $1,000 watermelon bill sells at auction for more than $2MBALTIMORE (AP) „ A rare $1,000 bill nicknamed the grand watermelonŽ for its ornate green zeros has sold at auction for $2.04 million. The Baltimore Sun reports the 1890 series Treasury note sold to an anonymous buyer Thursday at the Baltimore Winter Whitman Expo. Stacks Bowers is the auction house that sold the item at the currency and coin show. Its director of currency, Peter Treglia, says the bill is the one key item that every collector dreams of owning.Ž Only three of 18,000 printed notes remain in private collections. One note sold in Dallas four years ago for $3.29 million. The bill bears the face of Gen. George Meade, who commanded Union forces at Gettysburg. Treglia says its about 50 percent larger than current bills, and is still legal tender.James Whitey Bulger transferred from Florida prisonOKLAHOMA CITY (AP) „ Boston gangster James WhiteyŽ Bulger has been moved from a federal prison in Florida to a transfer facility in Oklahoma City. The U.S. Bureau of Prisons online inmate log lists the 89-year-old Bulger as an inmate at the Oklahoma City Federal Transfer Center but it doesnt say when he arrived there. The agency on Friday declined to say why Bulger is being moved or where he will be taken. Defense attorney J.W. Carney Jr., who represented Bulger, also declined to comment. Federal inmates stay at the Oklahoma City facility on a short-term basis while in the process of being moved to other prisons. Inmates can be transferred from one facility to another for a variety of reasons, including medical needs, security issues and bed space. A Bureau of Prisons handbook for inmates at the Oklahoma City facility says the average length of stay is four to six weeks. Bulger is serving a life sentence after being convicted in 2013 of participating in 11 murders and related crimes. Among the slayings linked to Bulger was that of Roger Wheeler, who was gunned down outside his country club in Tulsa in 1981. Bulger was a fugitive for 16 years and was arrested in 2011 in California.

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75.41 -1.58 +1.4 21.90 15.55 AllnceRes 2.08f 5 19.56 -.24 -0.7 31.24 24.01 AlliBern 2.57e 13 28.25 -2.01 +12.8 45.52 36.84 AlliantEg s 1.34 21 42.86 -1.19 +0.6 53.76 37 .41 AllisonTrn .60 16 43.94 -3.65 +2.0 105.36 88.29 Allstate 1.84 14 92.33 -4.99 -11.8 153.99 71.85 AlnylamP ... dd 76.75 +.10 -39.6 1273.89 960.52 Alphabet C ... 30 1071.47 -24.99 +2.4 1291.44 977 .08 Alphabet A ... 33 1083.75 -21.43 +2.9 10.03 8.65 AlpTotDiv .69 q 8.67 ... -8.4 11.89 9.01 AlpAlerMLP 1.35e q 9.80 -.70 -9.2 2050.50 962.50 Amazon ... cc 1642.81 -121.22 +40.5 66.23 31.41 Ambarella ... cc 33.30 +.49 -43.3 7 .43 3.86 Ambev .05e 7 4.13 -.38 -36.1 67 .23 51.89 Ameren 1.90f 23 64.40 -1.65 +9.2 6.50 5.17 AFMulti .50 19 5.52 +.03 -8.8 19.91 13.99 AMovilL .17e 21 14.46 -.34 -15.7 78.07 62.71 AEP 2.48 17 72.74 -.52 -1.1 111.77 87 .54 AmExp 1.56f 15 101.25 -5.48 +2.0 63.20 50.06 AmStsWtr 1.02 37 60.82 -1.46 +5.0 92.79 76.04 AmWtrWks 1.82 38 88.23 -3.71 -3.6 48.37 38.67 Amerigas 3.80 32 38.82 -.71 -16.0 183.90 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1770.81 -34.93 +1.9 58.22 35.71 BorgWarn .68 11 38.05 +1.37 -25.5 329.95 160.40 BostBeer ... 34 278.41 +12.47 +45.7 40.44 26.96 BoydGm .24 17 26.01 -5.07 -25.8 27 .34 15.83 BrigStrat .56 9 14.61 -2.30 -42.4 54.14 29.94 Brinker 1.52 14 43.20 -3.15 +11.2 70.05 46.94 BrMySq 1.60 50 50.43 -3.87 -17 .7 71.45 41.69 BritATob s 2.24e ... 45.82 +2.52 -31.6 11.09 6.28 Brookdale ... dd 8.25 -.64 -14.9 46.88 37 .27 BrkfInfra s 1.88 27 37 .57 -1.97 -16.2 69.82 48.04 Brunswick .84 14 50.63 -8.34 -8.3 57 .19 32.03 Bu ckeye 5.05 10 32.92 -1.28 -33.6 8.60 3.21 CBL Asc .80 2 3.33 -.08 -41.2 51.91 40.48 CMS Eng 1.43 30 49.25 -1.43 +4.1 15.65 9.67 CNH Indl .14e cc 10.08 -.50 -24.8 26.00 10.20 CVR Rfng 2.95e 17 18.92 +.26 +14.3 83.88 60.14 CVS Health 2.00 12 70.12 -4.06 -3.3 14.50 8.39 CaesarsEnt ... dd 8.80 -1.40 -30.4 52.30 39.50 Cal-Maine .44e 10 47 .30 -.56 +6.4 13.73 10.60 CalaCvHi 1.02 q 10.82 -.31 -8.7 25.45 18.99 CalAmp ... 47 19.22 -.49 -10.3 46.15 35.25 CalifWtr .75 30 41.74 -.57 -8.0 9.95 5.22 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-18.2 58.08 31.79 Chemours n 1.00f 9 33.23 -2.64 -33.6 5.60 2.53 ChesEng ... 6 3.82 -.87 -3.5 10.90 7 .02 Chicos .34 10 7 .52 +.44 -14.7 70.52 25.60 ChinaSoAir .64e ... 26.66 +.30 -48.6 530.68 247 .52 Chipotle ... cc 438.38 +9.84 +51.7 61.28 43.21 ChurchDwt s .87f ... 58.03 -2.30 +15.7 227 .13 163.02 Cigna .04 20 206.69 -3.31 +1.8 79.67 66.33 CinnFin 2.12 22 76.50 +.19 +2.0 58.80 34.49 Cirrus ... 13 35.40 -1.67 -31.7 49.47 33.67 Cisco 1.32 22 44.25 -1.09 +15.5 80.70 63.18 Citigroup 1.80f 11 64.21 -4.65 -13.7 116.82 80.20 CitrixSy s ... 28 100.61 -.09 +14.3 4.05 1.31 CleanEngy ... dd 2.19 -.18 +7 .9 20.75 15.55 ClearwEn C 1.28f 27 19.40 -.38 +2.6 155.23 113.57 Clorox 3.84 24 147 .82 -4.75 -0.6 48.62 41.45 CocaCola 1.56 87 45.92 -.41 +0.1 12.90 10.55 CohStQIR .96 q 11.30 -.37 -10.7 29.03 25.16 CohStSelPf 2.06 q 25.58 +.08 -9.4 77 .91 61.28 ColgPalm 1.68 21 59.58 -4.94 -21.0 44.00 30.43 Comcast s .76 17 35.24 -.74 -11.7 102.66 74.16 Comerica 2.40f 13 78.81 -5.60 -9.2 9.62 4.46 CmpTask .24 ... 4.43 -.40 -13.1 36.94 19.30 Comtech .40 23 28.13 -3.56 +27 .2 39.43 32.82 ConAgra .85 17 35.42 -.42 -6.0 69.96 48.86 ConnWtrSv 1.25 43 69.13 -.43 +20.4 80.24 48.97 ConocoPhil 1.22f 55 68.48 -4.01 +24.8 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg Combined StocksFrom the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. 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PE Footnotes: q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.ExtraMoney & MarketsVDow industrials-2.97% (wkly)t 4-wk. -6.69%t YTD -0.13%VNasdaq-3.78% (wkly)t 4-wk. -10.93%s YTD 3.82%VS&P 500-3.94% (wkly)t 4-wk. -8.76%t YTD -0.56%VS&P mid-cap-4.12% (wkly)t 4-wk. -11.11%t YTD -5.55%VRussell 200 0 -3.78% (wkly)t 4-wk. -12.54%t YTD -3.37% 19.62 10.31 ConsolCom 1.55 ... 11.99 -.75 -1.6 89.70 71.12 ConEd 2.86 16 76.33 -1.05 -10.1 236.62 198.85 ConstellA 2.96f 13 209.96 -12.97 -8.1 71.95 36.90 ContlRescs ... 46 53.54 -5.59 +1.1 40.78 22.58 CooperTire .42 31 25.45 +.84 -28.0 59.18 33.57 CorOnDem ... dd 47 .64 -1.06 +34.8 33.81 24.55 CorpOffP 1.10 14 26.61 -1.65 -8.9 245.16 159.47 Costco 2.28 30 218.19 -11.48 +17 .2 21.68 10.33 Coty .50 ... 9.96 -.57 -49.9 179.12 141.63 CrackerB 5.00 17 159.33 +1.01 +0.3 40.55 22.15 CrestEq rs 2.40 dd 35.89 -.44 +39.1 22.07 8.64 Crocs ... dd 19.69 +1.20 +55.8 62.27 40.09 CrownHold ... 17 41.66 -3.73 -25.9 194.18 127 .82 Cummins 4.56f 36 128.77 -11.19 -27 .1 22.30 12.58 CybrOpt ... cc 19.55 +3.20 +30.3 18.87 11.75 CypSemi .44 21 12.38 -.84 -18.8D-E-F 11.45 9.71 DNP Selct .78 q 10.94 -.16 +1.3 118.22 94.25 DTE 3.53 20 112.85 -.09 +3.1 124.00 79.18 Darden 3.00 20 103.91 -2.42 +8.2 12.09 6.94 DeanFoods .36 55 7 .65 +.07 -33.8 175.26 128.65 Deere 2.76 23 133.00 -12.91 -15.0 31.42 6.98 Dermira ... dd 11.55 -1.53 -58.5 151.30 131.22 Diageo 3.20e ... 138.02 -2.37 -5.5 21.92 13.64 DiamOffsh .50 24 14.58 -3.13 -21.6 5.16 3.07 DianaShip ... dd 3.73 -.08 -8.4 22.00 3.52 Diebold .40 4 3.72 -.40 -77 .2 14.70 9.21 DigiIntl ... 41 11.49 -.50 +20.3 125.10 96.56 DigitalRlt 4.04 51 106.01 -6.57 -6.9 98.75 49.91 Dillards .40 8 71.33 +3.07 +18.8 14.72 7 .80 DxSCBear rs ... q 12.26 +1.25 -0.1 81.93 63.31 Discover 1.60 12 67 .42 -8.61 -12.4 119.69 96.89 Disney 1.68 15 113.19 -5.71 +5.3 113.48 79.79 DollarGen 1.16 17 107 .83 -1.72 +15.9 116.65 78.78 DollarTree ... 12 83.28 -1.23 -22.4 85.30 61.53 DomEngy 3.34 15 71.67 -1.83 -11.6 305.34 166.74 Dominos 2.20 41 261.24 -6.51 +38.3 54.50 40.72 Domtar g 1.74 16 45.12 +.20 -8.9 59.43 43.35 Donaldson .76f 26 50.94 -1.47 +4.1 77 .08 52.52 DowDuPnt 1.52 17 52.00 -5.49 -27 .0 8.90 7 .09 DryStrt .52 q 7 .09 -.07 -17 .9 9.20 8.15 DufPUC .60 q 8.20 ... -7 .3 91.78 71.96 DukeEngy 3.71 18 81.89 -.86 -2.6 29.58 24.30 DukeRlty .80 22 27 .70 -.03 +1.8 46.99 27 .24 eBay s ... 13 27 .34 -1.41 -27 .6 133.53 95.67 EOG Rescs .88f dd 106.56 -11.11 -1.3 45.40 25.10 ETF M AlH ... ... 31.99 -5.51 +9.4 89.85 70.20 Eaton 2.64 16 72.01 -5.28 -8.9 17 .95 14.42 EV EEq2 1.05 q 15.63 -.93 +2.7 9.84 8.02 EVTxMGlo .98 q 8.42 -.48 -10.2 159.92 125.74 Ecolab 1.64 31 147 .34 -1.21 +9.8 83.38 57 .63 EdisonInt 2.42 15 68.17 -2.14 +7 .8 175.00 100.20 EdwLfSci s ... 47 140.14 -5.28 +24.3 116.61 73.69 EliLilly 2.25 dd 106.39 -5.53 +26.0 116.90 78.80 EllieMae ... 45 64.26 -17 .13 -28.1 21.00 18.00 ElmiraSB .92b 17 20.27 -.03 +4.1 293.94 252.92 S&P500ETF 4.13e q 265.33 -10.92 -0.6 37 .35 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148.71 -1.80 -14.7 143.47 61.05 SodaStrm ... 50 143.03 -.07 +103.3 22.55 19.70 SolarCap 1.64 11 20.28 -.40 +0.3 58.69 46.55 SonocoP 1.64 22 52.50 -3.05 -1.2 61.02 36.93 SonyCp ... ... 52.41 -3.26 +16.6 42.97 36.73 SourcC 1.00 q 36.46 -1.55 -10.5 36.72 25.96 SoJerInd s 1.12 dd 29.91 -5.28 -4.2 53.51 42.38 SouthnCo 2.40 21 44.86 -.21 -6.7 66.99 49.02 SwstAirl .64 8 49.58 -8.55 -24.2 6.72 3.42 SwstnEngy ... 6 4.94 -.62 -11.5 7 .21 4.81 Sprint ... 3 5.84 -.62 -0.8 101.15 32.20 Square n ... ... 71.12 -2.95 +105.1 64.17 50.40 SP Matls .98e q 50.86 -2.24 -16.0 96.06 78.74 SP HlthC 1.01e q 87 .42 -4.09 +5.7 58.95 48.76 SP CnSt 1.28e q 53.83 -.86 -5.4 79.42 64.45 SP Engy 2.04e q 66.48 -5.05 -8.0 30.33 25.14 SPDR Fncl .46e q 25.26 -1.41 -9.5 80.96 69.17 SP Inds 1.12e q 69.10 -4.08 -8.7 76.27 60.25 SP Tech .78e q 68.09 -1.92 +6.5 57 .23 47 .37 SP Util 1.55e q 53.37 -1.20 +1.3 176.62 106.41 StanBlkDk 2.64 15 110.21 -7 .89 -35.1 11.13 8.74 StarGas .47f 15 9.55 +.13 -11.2 114.27 67 .16 StateStr 1.68 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8q 13.27 -.35 -12.6 81.72 42.17 FstSolar ... 24 39.38 -7 .22 -41.7 39.01 29.34 FirstEngy 1.44 8 36.71 -2.14 +19.9 22.00 17 .60 FlrtyTotR 1.63 q 17 .79 -.11 -17 .7 19.71 10.88 Flex Ltd ... 7 7 .09 -4.78 -60.6 22.82 17 .71 FlowrsFds .72 20 19.12 +.06 -1.0 62.09 42.44 Fluor .84 32 44.16 -2.50 -14.5 59.40 28.42 FootLockr 1.38 26 45.61 -1.78 -2.7 13.48 8.17 FordM .60a 5 8.98 +.63 -28.1 73.62 44.75 FBHmSec .80 14 41.58 -4.84 -39.2 20.25 10.59 FrptMcM .20 7 11.50 -.52 -39.3G-H-I 179.65 101.07 GW Pharm ... dd 135.90 -6.69 +2.9 24.97 20.80 GabDvInc 1.32 q 20.52 -1.00 -12.3 10.09 8.00 GabMultT .88e q 8.02 -.42 -12.8 7 .20 5.68 GabUtil .60 q 5.91 ... -16.8 37 .32 32.51 Gam&Lsr n 2.72f 19 33.43 -1.13 -9.6 70.77 55.22 Garmin 2.12 20 61.56 -.41 +3.3 37 .33 32.20 GAInv 1.15e q 33.29 -1.65 -3.2 230.00 169.32 GenDynam 3.72 18 169.86 -20.40 -16.5 23.44 11.21 GenElec .48 dd 11.30 -1.26 -35.3 60.69 41.01 GenMills 1.96 10 43.52 -1.02 -26.6 46.76 30.56 GenMotors 1.52 dd 32.65 +1.45 -20.3 25.87 18.42 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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers Q: My son is enrolled at a small college in Vermont, and I heard that there was an outbreak of meningitis on East Coast college campuses. He's had a lot of his vaccinations, but what is available to protect him from this? „ Sharon S., Syracuse, New York A: We are glad you are asking. All parents of teens should talk to their kids' doc about getting the MenB vaccine, which has been available since 2014. The preferred age for vaccination is 16 to 18, but anytime after that is ne, too. MenB is the strain of meningitis that's recently been spreading through some college campuses. The colleges aected (so far) are Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, Smith, UMass-Amherst and, on the other coast, Oregon State University. If your son is up on his vaccinations, he's probably protected against the most common strains of meningitis (A, C, W and Y). If not, then he should arrange to get those vaccinations, as well as the one covering B. You can discuss the best schedule for that with his doctor. The good news is that cases of meningitis in the U.S. are at record lows. The bad news is that between 10 and 15 percent of the cases that do happen turn out to be fatal, and up to 20 percent cause the infected person lasting disabilities. It's worth knowing that the MenB vaccine does trigger mild side eects, such as soreness, tiredness, fatigue, headache, fever or chills, nausea and diarrhea, in about half of folks who get it. These reactions can hang around for a few days; they generally disappear completely within a week „ a small price to pay. Q: I heard that smoke from wildres is worse for you than cigarette smoke. We're being blanketed with it, between the 600 res in British Columbia and the hundreds throughout the U.S. West Coast, plus Nevada, Idaho and Montana. What's the best way to limit exposure and still have a life? „ Jason P., Seattle A: First of all, Jason, cigarette smoke is a lot worse for you than the smoke that you are experiencing in the air over Seattle, and that's generally true for the millions of folks in the U.S. and Canada who are aected. But that doesn't mean that there aren't harmful chemicals and particulate matter in the wildre smoke. There may be large akes of ash as well as microscopic bits of residue from burnt materials. Those tiny particles also pick up other things oating through the air (sea salt in your area, Jason) and those microscopic particles can penetrate deep into your lungs along with the pollutants. Particulate matter can increase your blood pressure and heart rate, and that ups the risk for heart attack and stroke. In addition, there are toxic chemicals like nitrogen dioxide, formaldehyde and benzene in the wildre smoke. That's why smoky air is especially risky for people with respiratory diseases, asthma or heart problems. The reghters also are at increased risk: It's our understanding that a lot of them are put on threehour shifts in order to minimize their risk of exposure, and they wear sophisticated ventilators. As for you and your neighbors, if you opt for a mask when you go outside, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a NIOSH-approved N95 or a P100 respirator. They remove 90 to 95 percent of pollutants. Still, check for air-quality alerts before you head out, and don't let a mask lull you into a false sense of security. Stick with indoor exercise „ no outdoor aerobics in smoky air! DEAR ABBY: A month and a half ago, my boyfriend of ve years proposed. We are happy and excited. Most of the wedding party are my friends from college, who are like a family to me. One friend, "Eden," denes herself as a "goth." She wears dark lipstick, dark makeup and usually wears all black „ lace, shnets, etc. Her casual wear isn't all that out of place. However, when she dresses up, the goth comes out in full force „ parasol, thigh-high boots, over-the-top stu. She's invited to our wedding, and I'm concerned that she may go overboard with her wardrobe for the event. I do not wish to stie her style or sense of self, but the guests will be mostly family and it's a formal event. Is there a polite way to mention this to her and ask her to tone it down a bit? „ Polite Friend In Pennsylvania DEAR FRIEND: If there will be a wedding party and you have a maid of honor, the responsibility of explaining the "dress code" to Eden should fall to her „ for the reasons you mentioned. Whether Eden takes oense is anybody's guess, but at least the message won't come directly from you. If she chooses to ignore the dress code and "come as she is," focus on your happiness and do not let it ruin your day. As for pictures, put her in the back. DEAR ABBY: We have a storage unit lled with furniture we can't use. I want to sell it or donate it to a charity „ provided they come and pick it up. My wife wants to give it to a handyman who has done work for us in the past. My concern is that it might be insulting and imply that he is poor and needs charity. What do you think? „ Just Being Nice DEAR NICE: Oer the furniture to your handyman, and when you do, tell him you no longer need it and wonder if he might know "someone" who can use it. I don't think that would be oensive. Dear Readers: HALLOWEEN will be upon us soon, so here are some safety suggestions for our furry friends: The noise, costumes, lights and activity can be scary for a pet. Keep them calm in a quiet area. Pet costumes can be cute, but a bandana or colorful collar should suce. Cords for lighting decorations should be kept away from pets so they won't chew on them. Appropriate snacks for pets? Carrots, apples and green beans. Always keep your pets safe, on Halloween and every other day! „ Heloise Dear Heloise: Painter's tape is good to help keep boxes of crackers, cookies and cereal fresher. Insert the tab into the slot on the top of the box, and put tape on the closure. It can be taken o and retaped several times, and it helps to distinguish boxes. „ Ellen B. in North CarolinaMenB is meningitis strain spreading through campuses Friend's fashion will stand out at reader's wedding Pet safety for HalloweenHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Its better not to get too deep into why people behave as they do. It could have something to do with you, but likely not. You wont regret staying within your own boundaries and letting others do the same. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You know someone really likes you when that person tries to be an all-around improved and heightened version around you. And when its you doing this, its a fair indication that youre the one smitten. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Stop putting it o! (And dont pretend like you dont know what this horoscope is about.) Not to live the life you want to live is an abuse of the present. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Whether or not you feel that youve been adequately loved, you are able to oer this to others. The big question is if you can you give it to yourself. Not everyone is capable of self-nurturing. Hopefully you are. It will be essential to growth. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Communication gets tricky. If no one cares to try harder, conversation might devolve into people droning on about what they know instead people connecting with one another. You can steer it into better outcomes. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Though other value systems may dierentiate from yours, that doesnt make them wrong. Stars illuminate your humanitarian instincts. And people are attracted to your instinct for tolerance and inclusion. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You came here to learn. So did they, although they might not be as in touch with their original intent. Embrace imperfection and open yourself to the lesson. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Inconvenient happenings can be fortuitous and seemingly lucky happenings can turn out to be a major pain. So dont be quick to judge. What happens will be pretty funny regardless of the ultimate outcome. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You sometimes question what people want from you, and this is only smart. You dont have to be a cynic to be on guard against the darker inclinations of human nature. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Blood is thicker than gossip. When it comes to your family, youre ercely protective regardless of whether they are in the right or not. And, if necessary, they would be similarly protective of you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Pretending to be condent isnt the same as being condent. But the people who act like they have it all together dont fool you. Youd denitely much rather see the condence that comes from admitting the struggle. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Thoughts have power, so take control before they take control of you. And dont be surprised if your feelings are all over the place today. Ecstasy, jealousy, agony and boredom could all happen in the span of an hour. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (Oct. 27). You go into this new era playfully, a state thats only possible because your conscience is clear and your stress is low. This state is hard won. Its happening because youve mastered much of what used to stress you. Celebrate your luck; pay it forward. A sweet connection will keep on giving you gifts as it continues. Virgo and Taurus adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 10, 3, 26, 5 and 40. HOROSCOPE BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall BORN LOSER By Art and Chip Sansom BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott MUTTS By Patrick McDonnell DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018FROM PAGE ONEODD NEWSCLEVELAND (AP) „ A passenger says a Greyhound bus driver on a trip to New York City got lost in Cleveland and drove in circles for several hours before returning to the citys terminal. WOIO-TV reports Arin Choo says he and other passengers began asking the driver questions Tuesday night when they noticed seeing the same sights over and over again. Choo says the driver eventually conceded he was lost and returned to the Cleveland bus terminal where he dropped off two passengers he claimed were disruptive. Choo says the passengers were just trying to be helpful and wondered why the driver didnt have GPS. The bus arrived in New York City around noon Wednesday, 4 hours late. Passenger says bus driver lost for hours during trip to NYCALMANACToday is Saturday, Oct. 27 the 300th day of 2018. There are 65 days left in the year.Today in historyOn Oct. 27, 1787 the first of the Federalist Papers, a series of essays calling for ratification of the United States Constitution, was published.On this dateIn 1795 the United States and Spain signed the Treaty of San Lorenzo (also known as Pinckneys TreatyŽ), which provided for free navigation of the Mississippi River. In 1938 Du Pont announced a name for its new synthetic yarn: nylon.Ž In 1947 You Bet Your Life,Ž a comedy quiz show starring Groucho Marx, premiered on ABC Radio. (It later became a television show on NBC.) In 1954 U.S. Air Force Col. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. was promoted to brigadier general, the first black officer to achieve that rank in the USAF. Walt Disneys first television program, titled DisneylandŽ after the yet-to-be completed theme park, premiered on ABC. In 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis, a U-2 reconnaissance aircraft was shot down while flying over Cuba, killing the pilot, U.S. Air Force Maj. Rudolf Anderson Jr. In 1992 Petty Officer Allen Schindler, a gay U.S. Navy sailor, was beaten to death near Sasebo Naval Base in southwestern Japan by shipmate Terry Helvey, who pleaded guilty to murder and was sentenced to life in prison. In 1998 Hurricane Mitch cut through the western Caribbean, pummeling coastal Honduras and Belize; the storm caused several thousand deaths in Central America in the days that followed. In 2004 the Boston Red Sox won their first World Series since 1918, sweeping the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 4, 3-0.Todays birthdays Actor-comedian John Cleese is 79. Author Maxine Hong Kingston is 78. Producer-director Ivan Reitman is 72. Author Fran Lebowitz is 68. Rock musician K.K. Downing is 67. Actor-director Roberto Benigni is 66. Actor Peter Firth is 65. Actor Robert Picardo is 65. World Golf Hall of Famer Patty Sheehan is 62. Singer Simon Le Bon is 60. Rock musician Jason Finn (Presidents of the United States of America) is 51. Actor Sean Holland is 50. Actor Channon Roe is 49. Actress Sheeri Rappaport is 41. Actor David Walton is 40. Actress-singer Kelly Osbourne is 34. Actress Christine Evangelista is 32. Actor Troy Gentile is 25.Bible verseI tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.Ž „ Luke13:3 Repentance is necessary for salvation to become a reality in our lives. We must forsake sin and self and follow Jesus. focusing on a caravan of migrants heading north through Mexico that is about 1,000 miles away but dwindling in size. I called up the military,Ž Trump said at a meeting of young black conservative leaders. Were not letting them in, they ought to go back now because were not.Ž Any attempt by Trump to curtail the rights of migrants to seek asylum is bound to draw legal challenge. Andrea Guerrero, executive director of Alliance San Diego, said it would be a very drastic action that would have disastrous practical implications for our asylum obligations, for our moral and legal obligations.Ž We know that civil rights attorneys are preparing to litigate right now,Ž she said. Theyre preparing to litigate right away. I dont know if (Trump) cares if he wins the litigation. He wants to score political points ... its all part of the same political ploy to stoke fear for political reasons and build more walls.Ž The federal government recently completed construction on a twomile section of fencing thats 30-feet tall. Nielsen called it a signi“cant accomplishment to keep immigrants out. The structure is separate from a concrete wall prototype that the government has built near San Diego as part of Trumps signature campaign promise during his 2016 White House campaign. Let me be clear: Walls work,Ž Nielsen said. New details also began to emerge Friday about the military deployment on the border. A Defense Department of“cial said the mission is authorized from Oct. 30 to Dec. 15 and will operate in border areas of California, Arizona and Texas. The of“cial, who spoke on condition of anonymity to provide details that have not yet been publicly announced, said the troops will not be involved in detaining migrants. In a brief written statement the Pentagon gave several examples of assistance they would provide. These include barricades and fencing; helicopters and airplanes to move Border Patrol personnel, and medical teams to triage and treat patients and prepare them for commercial transport. It also will provide personal protective gear and temporary housing for Border Patrol personnel. Trump earlier this year ordered the deployment of National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border to respond to a spike in illegal border crossings. But those members remain under the control of the governors of the states where theyre positioned, and their activities are limited to supportive roles, such as providing surveillance. There already are about 2,000 National Guard troops on the border.BORDERFROM PAGE 1 D.C. Along with the explosive, it contains a photograph of Obama marked with a red X.ŽWednesday, Oct. 24€ A package containing an explosive is found in the mailroom at CNNs Manhattan of“ces. It is addressed to former CIA director John Brennan and contains a photograph of him marked with an X.Ž € A package intended for former Attorney General Eric Holder is returned to sender and ends up at the Sunrise, Florida, of“ce of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, which is listed as the return address on all the packages. € Two packages addressed to of“ces maintained by Waters, a California Democrat, are discovered in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. One of them contains a photo of Waters marked with a red X.Ž Investigators later reveal that one of the Waters packages also contained a latent “ngerprint and a possible DNA sample linked to Sayoc. € Sayoc posts another Twitter message vilifying Soros. € Trump says, Acts or threats of political violence have no place in the United States.ŽThursday, Oct. 25€ A package addressed to Biden and initially sent to an assisted living facility and a second package unsuccessfully delivered to his home are recovered at postal centers in Delaware. € A retired New York City police detective working in security for De Niro alerts authorities to a package, resembling the others, in the mailroom at the actors Manhattan “lm company. € Thursday night, authorities ”ock to the postal sorting facility in Opa-locka, Florida.Friday, Oct. 26€ 9:19 a.m.: Trump complains in a tweet that the package bombs are hurting Republicans. Republicans are doing so well in early voting, and at the polls, and now this Bomb stuff happens and the momentum greatly slows „ news not talking politics. Very unfortunate, what is going on.Ž € 8 a.m.: A worker at a midtown Manhattan postal facility alerts authorities to a package intended for former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and addressed to CNNs New York City of“ces. € 8:45 a.m.: The FBI says a package addressed to Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., is recovered at the mail processing center in Opa-locka, Florida. € 11:15 a.m.: The Justice Department arrests Sayoc at an auto parts store in Plantation, Florida. Authorities say his van is covered with political images, including criticism of CNN. € 2:15 p.m.: A package like the others, addressed to Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., is intercepted at a Sacramento mail facility.BOMBSFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOThe van that federal agents are investigating in connection with package bombs that were sent to high-prole critics of President Donald Trump is transported on a atbed tow truck on Friday, in Miramar, Florida.case, but his lawyer in the case told The Associated Press the case involved a heated conversation with a Florida utility representative. Ronald Lowy, a Miami attorney, said Sayoc became frustrated about a lack of service and told a Florida Power and Light employee something to the effect that youre not taking care of my problem and I bet you would if I threw a bomb at you.Ž Lowy said Sayoc showed no ability at the time to back up his threat with any bomb-making expertise. The lawyer went on to describe Sayoc as a confused man who had trouble controlling his emotions.Ž Florida records show Sayoc was also convicted in 2014 for grand theft and misdemeanor theft of less than $300, and in 2013 for battery. In 2004, he faced several felony charges for unlawful possession of a synthetic anabolic steroid often used to help build muscles. He also had several arrests for theft in the 1990s and faced a felony charge for obtaining fraudulent refunds and a misdemeanor count of tampering with physical evidence. Lowy said he recalled that Sayoc also had a run-in with authorities over possession of steroids and another case in Broward County where he was charged with possessing a fake drivers license after altering his birthdate to make him appear younger. His mind doesnt seem to operate like most peoples,Ž Lowy said. It shows in his anger, his emotion and his behavior.Ž Lowy said Sayoc displayed no political leanings at the time except for plastering a vehicle he owned with Native American signs. Lowy said Sayoc told him his father was Native American. More recently, Sayoc described himself on social media as being af“liated with the Seminole Warriors boxing club. However, his cousin said Sayocs mother was Italian and his biological father was Filipino, and his parents separated when he was a young boy. Altieri said the only connection to Native Americans was that Sayoc a decade and a half ago had dated a woman in Minnesota who was a member of a tribe. That might be the only connection I can think of,Ž Altieri said. Gary Bitner, a spokesman for the Seminole Tribe of Florida, said there is no evidence to show that Sayoc worked for the tribe or was a tribal member. After his parents separated, Sayoc was kind of rejectedŽ by his family, Altieri said. When you get no love as a young kid, you get kind of out of whack,Ž he said.SUSPECTFROM PAGE 1By CHRISTOPHER SHERMANASSOCIATED PRESSPIJIJIAPAN, Mexico „ Kenia Yoselin Gutierrez had long thought about migrating from her native Honduras to the United States, but stories of others who made the trip scared her off: migrants being raped or disappearing, children stolen. When she heard about the caravan that has now grown into several thousand people traveling through southern Mexico, she saw her chance. Her 5-year-old daughter, sister and niece joined her. Its not so easy to walk this road alone and with children,Ž the 23-year-old said, sitting with her sister and their daughters under a tarp near the main square in the southern Mexican town of Pijijiapan. But while we are accompanied like this, its not so dangerous.Ž The tropical sun may be hot, the road long and Mexican authorities unhelpful and even harassing, but many in the caravan say traveling in a large group helps safeguard them from the dangers that plague the trail northward. Its also a relatively inexpensive way to make the trip, as intensi“ed U.S. efforts to seal the border have driven the price smugglers charge as high as $12,000 „ a sum those ”eeing poverty and violence can ill afford. At the same time, kidnapping and extorting money from migrants has become big business for Mexican criminal organizations, especially near the U.S. border, making it more dif“cult for people to attempt crossings on their own. The result has been caravans like this one and the camaraderie that comes amid thousands of strangers who all share a common history and goal. We are from the same country,Ž said Harlin Sandoval, who was waiting with several hundred others on the highway outside Pijijiapan, hoping to hitch a ride from passing trucks. And I feel more protected.Ž On Friday, the caravan set out for its most ambitious single-day trek since the migrants crossed into the southern Mexican state of Chiapas a week ago, a 60-mile hike up the coast from Pijijiapan to the town of Arriaga. The group has thinned considerably from exhaustion and illness, and was about 4,000-strong compared with its peak of more than 7,000. By NOMAAN MERCHANTASSOCIATED PRESSHOUSTON „ Militia groups and far-right activists are raising money and announcing plans to head to the Mexican border to help stop the caravan of Central Americans, echoing President Donald Trumps attacks on the migrants making their way toward the U.S. Exactly how many militia members will turn out is unclear, and as of Friday, the caravan of about 4,000 people was still some 1,000 miles and weeks away from reaching this country. But the prospect of armed civilians at the border „ and the escalating political rhetoric over immigration „ have fueled fears of vigilantism at a time when tensions are already running high because of the mail bomb attacks against some of Trumps critics. The U.S. Border Patrol this week warned local landowners in Texas that it expects possible armed civiliansŽ to come onto their property because of the caravan. Three activists told The Associated Press that they were going to the border or organizing others, and groups on Facebook have posted dire warnings about the caravan. One said it was imperative that we have boots on the ground.Ž Another wrote: WAR! SECURE THE BORDER NOW!Ž The militia members said they plan to bring guns and equipment such as bulletproof vests and lend a hand to the Border Patrol to protect against people unlawfully entering the country. Theyre just laughing in our face,Ž said Shannon McGauley, president of the Texas Minutemen. Its a free-for-all in America.Ž McGauley said he already has members at three points of the states border with Mexico and expects to add 25 to 100 more people in the coming days. Border watch groups and militias have been patrolling the 2,000-mile southern boundary off and on for more than a decade. Typically, the groups watch for people illegally crossing into the U.S. When they spot crossers, they contact the Border Patrol. Their presence has led to con”ict in some cases. A militia member killed two people in 2009 during an invasion of what she thought was a drug house near the border in Arivaca, Arizona. Residents in that same city have been posting signs in recent weeks warning that militia members are not welcome.Militia groups say they will help stop caravan at the borderIn migrant caravan, safety in numbers and no smuggling fees AP PHOTOCentral American migrants climb into the back of a tractor trailer as a thousands-strong caravan makes its way north hoping to reach the U.S. border.

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SPORTSSaturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com | www.facebook.com/SunPreps | @Sun_Preps WORLD SERIES COVERAGE INSIDEThe Los Angeles Dodgers and BostonRedSox squared o in Los Angeles in Game 3 of the WorldSeries. See page 2 for coverage.INDEX | Golf 2 | Lottery 2 | MLB 2 | Local Sports 3 | NBA 4 | NHL 4 | Tennis 4 | Scoreboard 5 | Colleges 6 | NFL 7 | Weather 8 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARDHardee 15 DeSoto County 6 Page 3 Charlotte 21 Port Charlotte 14 Front Venice 56 Palmetto 28 Page 3 Lemon Bay 28 Bayshore 29 Front Braden River 56 North Port 0 Front PREP FOOTBALL: Braden River 56, North Port 0By JUSTIN RAFFONESUN CORRESPONDENTBig. Powerful. Fast. Athletic. Any clich adjective there is for a football team, Braden River “ ts the bill. With multiple players looking to ascend to the highest level of college football, including their QB, the Pirates (7-2, 4-1) were too much for the North Port Bobcats (3-6, 1-4) to handle on Friday night, running away with a 56-0 victory. The scoring started early for the Pirates and it didnt stop until the “ nal whistle. Braden River started their “ rst possession with excellent “ eld position after a North Port fumble at their own 26-yard line. Brian Battie, the junior running back for the Pirates, carried the ball three times for 24 yards on the drive, scoring from 4 yards out on his third carry. Braden River thoroughly dominated on offense the entire game, which saw them use three different quarterbacks. Starting quarterback Bryan Gagg is currently committed to play college football at East Carolina University and accounted for four touchdowns on the night, one to senior wide receiver Knowledge McDaniel, who holds offers from Louisville and Ohio State, among others. After a punt from the Bobcats it took just three Braden River plays to travel 48 yards for their second score, an 11-yard pass from senior quarterback Gagg to junior wide receiver Robert Goecker on a well-timed out route. Braden River overpowers Bobcats SUN PHOTO BY JOHN KERSTENNorth Ports Nicholas Caster ghts for yardage against a stingy Braden River defense on Friday night in North Port.BOBCATS | 3 By STEPHEN MCKAYSUN CORRESPONDENTSomewhere, high above the din at Pirates Cove Friday night, the ancient fathers of American football must have been looking down upon their game with a great-big smile. From Port Charlotte to Port Allen Harbor on Kauai Island, Hawaii over “ ve time zones, Friday night football is played by untold thousands and likely watched by millions across America. But, in some places, theres something even more special going on. Something that makes Friday night lights an even bigger happening: The Rivalry Game. Around these parts, the rivalry can only mean Port Charlotte versus Charlotte from Punta Gorda. Two towns not 10 miles apart and each with rosters rich in talent. Should be real barn burner. For an hour or more, cars lined up on Cochran Street waiting to pay the parking fee. They parked at the school, they parked along Cochran, they even parked at Murdock Baptist Church and walked the half mile. But for the thousands who went, they knew it was worth it. I love high school football. We go to a different high school game every Friday,Ž said a former Fairfax County, Virginia football coach and Rotonda resident Joe Shaeffer as he walked with his wife Kerry from the parking lot. We picked out this game because we know its going to be a good one. Two good teams, two big rivals. I mean, what more could you ask. This is the kind of game we get excited about.Ž Indeed. Inside the parking lot, Patrick Joseph shifted his feet from side-to-side. He was about 10th on the ticket line and was anxious to be “ rst. Im running a little late, it was hard to “ nd parking,Ž said Joseph, a 2017 graduate of Port Charlotte High. Im really juiced. This is going to be a big one.Ž He didnt miss much. But good luck “ nding a seat two minutes after kickoff. There wasnt a seat to be had on either sideline. Fans not only “ lled the stands, they stood at the gate surrounding the “ eld, they trekked up the Rivalry brings out the best on both sides RIVALRY | 3 PREP FOOTBALL: Bayshore 29, Lemon Bay 28By CHUCK BALLAROSUN CORRESPNDENTBRADENTON „ All season long, the Lemon Bay High School football team has shown a determination and character that belied its record. So when the Manta Rays were asked by coach Don Southwell if they wanted to go for the tie or a two-point conversion for the win, the entire team said they wanted to go for the win. Unfortunately, the Bayshore defense was up to the task, stuf“ ng Keegan Marinola and recovering the onside kick to hold on for a 29-28 win Friday in a battle of winless teams in District 5A-11. We had a lot of time and I asked the guys what they wanted to do. They all screamed to go for it. We just didnt get it in,Ž Southwell said. Marinola had a huge night with 166 yards rushing on 40 carries, while quarterback Trevor Hedges scored twice in the fourth quarter. But it wasnt enough to overcome Eishinner Sanons 196 yards rushing. Bayshores Brian Coleman attempted an option, but pitched errantly to Sanon, who somehow got past the defense and raced down the sideline for a 48-yard run, setting up Colemans seven-yard touchdown run with 4:40 left to make it 29-22. It came down to effort. We wanted to win more,Ž Sanon said. When I picked up the fumble I just looked up to “ nd the hole and I went for it.Ž Lemon Bay (1-7, 0-5) wasnt “ nished. Colby McCauley returned the ensuing kickoff into Bruins territory and Keegan McCauley did the rest, pounding the rock on seven straight plays before Hedges snuck in from the one to cut the lead to 29-28 with 1:10 left. Both offenses got off to a good start. Lemon Bay started with an 11-play, 72-yard drive that took more than “ ve minutes, with Martell Yale going around left end PREP FOOTBALL: Charlotte 21, Port Charlotte 14For two quarters, Charlotte High Schools senior quarterback Alex Muse, a former Pirate, paced the sideline and watched Port Charlotte dismantle his defense. With a packed crowd roaring around him, he was trying not to think about it and just be a leader, but the frustration soon crept in. Though he was dressed, there was nothing he could do as he continued to nurse an injured shoulder. If they didnt need to, they didnt want to use him as sophomore John Busha took the reins of the offense. Sitting on the sideline against this team of all teams was probably the toughest thing,Ž Muse said. It was rough all week, expecting not to play, and I was really down on myself. Its hard to be a leader on the sideline. It was the worst feeling Ive had.Ž Down 14-0 at the half with nothing working offensively, it was time to make the call. Muse entered the game for the opening drive of the second half and instantly sparked the Tarpons, who outscored the Pirates 21-0 in the second half, to pull off a 21-14 comeback win and virtually eliminate Port Charlotte from the playoffs. We didnt want to play him if we didnt have to,Ž Charlotte coach Binky Waldrop said. We needed a spark and in the second half it worked out that he came in and played a great game. Im proud of him. Hes a gritty kid.Ž Port Charlotte held all of the momentum in the “ rst half. The Pirates scored on two of their “ rst three drives „ a 38-yard run from junior Janyrein Washington and a 6-yard dive from senior Marc Jean-Louis. Washington had 124 yards on 12 carries at the half and “ nished with 151. They outgained the Tarpons 199-81 and held them to just 2 of 7 on third down. Enter Muse. 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Hsu had a total of 9-under 135 on the Ta Shee Golf and Country Club, one ahead of “rst-round leader Jodi Ewart Shadoff (71). That was probably the most people I had around me, I felt a lot of support,Ž Hsu said. It also helped that I didnt look around much or check the scoreboards.Ž If she had, she would have seen that former No. 1 Lydia Ko was the big mover Friday with a round-of-the day 66 to move into third place and within two strokes of her lead. The South Korean-born New Zealander had “ve birdies on her front nine but then stalled somewhat on the back nine. She birdied the 10th and had a bogey on the 11th, then had all pars until her approach to one foot on the par-4 17th gave her a late tap-in birdie. Probably one of the best shots of my career,Ž Ko said. Mirim Lee (67) and Nelly Korda (71) were tied for fourth, three shots off the lead. Danielle Kang, who won last weeks LPGA tournament at Shanghai, withdrew before the start of the second round because of an undisclosed illness, the LPGA said on Twitter. The tournament is the third of “ve being played on the LPGAs annual Asian swing. Next week, its the Toto Japan Classic, followed by the Blue Bay LPGA on Hainan Island, China.Hsu takes 2nd-round lead in Taiwan LPGA: Taiwan Championship PGA: HSBC ChampionsSHANGHAI (AP) „ Tony Finau has enjoyed such a good year that he wasnt about to let one bad break get him down Friday in the HSBC Champions. Finau had just built a three-shot lead as Patrick Reed began to stumble when Finau hit an approach from the rough on the 11th hole toward the green at Sheshan International. The ball landed on a sprinkler, shot high in the air and rolled over the back and into the hazard. It led to a double bogey and cut his lead to one shot. Finau didnt ”inch, however. He had a pair of birdies on the par 5s, laid up on the reachable par-4 16th and made birdie, and wound up with a 5-under 67. That put him at 11-under 133, three shots clear of Reed (72), Tommy Fleetwood (68) and defending champion Justin Rose (67). That was about as bad a break as Ive ever had, to kick all the way over the green into the hazard,Ž Finau said. One thing Ive learned in this game, you take the good with the bad and keep moving forward. I knew I was playing well still and still at the top of the leaderboard. Just keep plugging along and try to get that back and I was able to do that.Ž Reed opened with a pair of quick birdies in a swirling wind that came out of the opposite direction of the “rst round. He made his “rst bogey of the tournament on the “fth hole of the second round by missing a 4-foot putt after a smart chip shot from deep rough. Then, he hit into the water on No. 6 and had to scramble to make bogey. He also hit into the water on the par-5 eighth, but his short game allowed him to save par.Finau overcomes wild break to lead HSBC MLB: World SeriesBy JOE REEDYAP SPORTS WRITERLOS ANGELES „ It is “tting that one of the storylines before a World Series game at Dodger Stadium would revolve around the health of a top-hitting out“elder, and the intrigue about whether hed be able to play. Only this time, unlike many years ago, it doesnt involve a Dodgers player. The Boston Red Sox might not know until close to the “rst pitch whether J.D. Martinez will be able to start Game 3 on Friday night. The slugger rolled his right ankle while rounding second base on a double in the opener. He showed the effects of the injury the next day while trying to run, but still delivered a go-ahead, two-run single that sent the Red Sox to victory and a 2-0 lead over Los Angeles. Martinez said after the win that he expected to play. But manager Alex Cora said on Thursday that it would likely be a gametime decision after Martinez receives more treatment. It looked bad early in the game but then it seemed like it was moving better towards the end,Ž Cora said. The similarities between Martinez and former Dodgers slugger Kirk Gibson, whose pinch-hit home run 30 years ago against Oakland in Game 1 at Dodger Stadium is a part of World Series lore, arent con“ned to health. Like Gibson, Martinez is in his “rst season on a team that “nds itself in the Fall Classic. Like Gibby, hed been a star in Detroit. For Gibson, that famed home run off Dennis Eckersley in 1988 was the last swing he ever took in a postseason game. Gibson played in the majors through 1995, yet never made it back to the playoffs. At 31, with Martinez coming off a huge season for the 108-win Red Sox, chances are hell play in the postseason beyond this year. While some players have struggled after signing big free-agent deals with the Red Sox, Martinez has thrived. In the “rst season of a “ve-year, $110 million deal, he led the American League with 130 RBIs and was second in home runs (43) and batting average (.330). That should put him among the favorites for the ALs MVP award, with many thinking the only player ahead of him is teammate Mookie Betts. Martinez is 3 for 7 in this Series with four RBIs, establishing himself as an early candidate for Series MVP. He is batting .333 (13 for 39) in Bostons 11 postseason games with two home runs and 13 RBIs. Martinez has certainly provided power to the Red Sox lineup, but his consistency has been more of a bene“t. He had three straight games where he reached base three or more times and drove in at least a run. The only other Boston players with a similar streak were Kevin Youkilis (four games) and Manny Ramirez (three games) during the teams 2007 World Series title run. Were not up there trying to hit everything in the air and swinging for the fences. We go up there and the pitch dictates what were going to do,Ž Martinez said. Were not up there forcing balls in the air. I feel like its the common mistake with hitters these days. And I think its something that we all talk about and we have a really good understanding of it, where we kind of think were hitters before sluggers in a sense. And thats how I think. I take pride in hitting and being „ not just a one-dimensional hitter, a complete hitter. And its something we all talk about.ŽMartinez powers Red Sox postseason with more than home runs Game 3 of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers was not completed by press deadline. 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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3 PREP SPORTS CALENDAR TODAYCross-country Districts North Port at GT Bray Park, 8:30 a.m. TUESDAYVolleyball Venice „ Regional semi“nals vs. Lakewood Ranch, 7 p.m. Port Charlotte-Regional semi“nals vs. Charlotte 7 p.m. WEDNESDAYDiving Lemon Bay District meet at Lely High School, 3:30 p.m. CROSS COUNTRY: District 3A-11 meet By BEN BAUGHSPORTS EDITORIt was a day of outstanding performances during the 3A-11 District meet at Veterans Park Friday morning in Lehigh Acres. Port Charlottes John Perez won the boys cross-country race, the Lady Pirates Isabella Coogan was best at the girls meet, and the Charlotte Tarpons girls team placed second, with their “rst seven runners competing in the race, “nishing 1:29 apart. Regionals will be held next Saturday in Punta Gorda. This was the “rst time the Lady Pirates, who placed fourth, have quali“ed for Regionals in nearly a decade. Their last appearance came in 2009. We are ecstatic,Ž Lady Pirates coach Stefany Sanchez said. These girls have worked their butts off all summer, all season, and for some, the last four years. All the long runs, blood, sweat and tears paid off today. Cross-country season is long and taxing not only on the body but the mind, but week in and week out these girls have shown up and put the work in and today it secured them a spot at the regional meet. I couldnt be more proud. Each girl ran aggressively and fought till the end for their positions.Ž However, it was the Lady Tarpons deep roster, that allowed them to place second to a “ercely competitive Fort Myers team, who was competing on their home course. I was really pleased with their effort,Ž said Chris Robishaw, Charlotte girls cross-country coach. I think as a team, we go off the start a little too fast. Once we settled in, we were “ne. We had a couple (of runners) that werent at their full potential today, but you know thats ok. With those taking the lead today, it made up for that. Im looking to see what we can do at Regionals.Ž Hannah Piacitelli paced the Lady Tarpons, “nishing sixth overall. She was the fourth Charlotte runner, to “nish “rst on the team at a meet in 2018, joining Alexa Roughton, Mackenzie Flowers and Victoria Simeone. It speaks volumes about the talent weve had all season,Ž said Robishaw. As a team, our performance was good. We had a few that were off today. Hannah and Aleecia (Collins) both ran extremely well. I still dont think weve seen their best race. I told them today, if we can all put the total package together in one race, its going to be scary.ŽBoys: Port Charlotte, second; Charlotte, 10th. John Perez, Port Charlotte, 17:16.58, 1st; Joseph Bishop, Port Charlotte, 17:41.40, 4th; Chase Chambers, Port Charlotte, 18:33.91, 16th; Chandler Mault, Port Charlotte, 19.11.60, 24th; Bradley Menzel, 19:22.99, Port Charlotte, 27th. Girls: Charlotte, second; Port Charlotte, fourth. Isabella Coogan, Port Charlotte, 19:02.20, 1st; Hannah Piacitelli, Charlotte, 20:50.67, 6th; Aleecia Collins, Charlotte, 20:53.05, 7th; Amy Padilla-Quinones, Port Charlotte, 21:12.86, 11th; Victoria Simeone, Charlotte, 21.22.19, 15th.Pirates, Lady Pirates and Lady Tarpons headed to regionals Gagg and Goecker would later connect again, this time on a 56-yard post route at the end of the “rst quarter to put the Pirates up 28-0. North Port was not able to get anything going on offense either, mustering just 45 yards on 35 plays Friday night. The Bobcats totaled just two drives of more than four plays in the game, one ending with the only interception of the night and the other a turnover on downs in Pirates territory. On the ground, the Pirates were able to gain big plays and punch the ball into the end-zone, as Battie carried the ball just nine times for 147 and three touchdowns. After facing three consecutive powerhouse programs in Braden River, Palmetto and Venice, the Bobcats will look to “nish the season on a strong note as they travel to Englewood Nov. 2 to take on rival Lemon Bay. North Port hopes to walk away with their second district win after defeating Lakewood Ranch 34-6 earlier in the season.PIRATES 56, BOBCATS 0Braden River 28 21 0 7 „ 56 North Port 0 0 0 0 „ 0 FIRST QUARTER Brian Battie 4-yard touchdown run 8:36 Robert Goecker 10-yard touchdown catch from Bryan Gagg 5:28 Brian Battie 45-yard touchdown run 3:51 Robert Goecker 56-yard touchdown catch from Bryan Gagg 0:00 SECOND QUARTER Knowledge McDaniel 8-yard touchdown catch from Bryan Gagg 10:55 Brian Battie 6-yard touchdown run 6:07 Knowledge McDaniel 11-yard touchdown catch from Jacob Hepler 2:12 FOURTH QUARTER Josh Thomas 22-yard touchdown catch from Shawqi Itraish 8:54BOBCATSFROM PAGE 1 PREP FOOTBALL: Hardee 15, DeSoto County 6By STEVE KNAPPSUN CORRESPONDENTThe 100th meeting in the states oldest football rivalry probably looked a lot like the “rst game between these teams. The emotions were high between both schools and they played an old school type game as both teams had a strong running attack and threw the ball sparingly. Hardee played most of the fourth quarter on the DeSoto side of the 50 as “eld position became an important part of the game. It was the Bulldogs that struck “rst on their “rst possession of the game. After making three successful third down conversions for a “rst down Arnold Mele found Skinny Maybell on the goal line for a 49-yard touchdown pass to put the Bulldogs on top. A two-point conversion attempt failed. DeSoto held the 6-0 lead through the “rst quarter. The Wildcats struck back on the “rst play of the second quarter on a 40-yard halfback screen for a touchdown to take a 7-6 lead. Hardee kicker Leo Duarte kicked a 47-yard “eld goal as time expired before the half to give the Wildcats a 10-6 lead at the break. The teams played smashmouth football in a scoreless third quarter in front of a packed house on Desotos senior night. Duartes 26-yard “eld goal with 1:52 left in the game brought the score to 13-6 and made it still a one possession game for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs took possession of the kick off on their own 10 and as quarterback Mele struggled to “nd a receiver he was tackled in the endzone for a safety. With the score 15-6, the Bulldogs attempted an onside kick, but Hardee recovered the ball and went into victory formation with a hard-fought 15-6 win. The Wildcats are the 5A-11 District champions, while the Bulldogs are at 6-3 for the season with a slight chance of getting into the playoffs. I know what it feels like to lose this game. I lost to them when I was a senior too. I know it hurts but we have to keep our heads up and take care of business next week, and if we can get into the playoffs we could face Hardee again. And believe me they dont want any part of us after tonights game,Žsaid DeSoto coach Bumper Hay.Old school football gives Hardee 15-6 win PREP FOOTBALL: Venice 56, Palmetto 28By VINNIE PORTELLVENICE SPORTS EDITORAt a school like Venice High, it can be hard to make history. A team with two state championships and decades of dominance, the Venice football team added to its storied record books on Friday night at Palmetto High School, beating the Tigers, 56-28, to secure a school-record third straight district championship. Oh man, Im happy for the kids,Ž Venice coach John Peacock said. Theres a lot of work behind the scenes that nobody sees that goes into winning a district championship, especially a really tough district.Ž Following a slow start, Venice rallied behind a “ve-touchdown night from senior running back Brandon Gregory and a sti”ing defensive effort in the second half to defeat Palmetto. Though there was a running clock for most of the fourth quarter, the game couldnt have started out much worse for the Indians. Following a halted drive by Palmetto to open the game, Venice muffed the punt and gave the ball right back to the Tigers. But the Venice defense answered back almost immediately, sacking quarterback Anthony Marino for a fumble recovery by Marlem Louis. Finally with the ball in their hands, Venice still couldnt get into rhythm. The Indians marched to the Tigers 7-yard line until quarterback Hayden Wolff threw an interception that was returned to near mid“eld by Palmetto. In a matter of minutes, the Indians found themselves facing a 14-0 hole after Palmetto cashed in on a pair of 1-yard rushing touchdowns. Ive been telling them all week that they were gonna come out with their hair on “re,Ž Peacock said of Palmetto. They had their backs against the wall as far as the playoff picture goes. One thing I am happy about is we kept grinding and we were able to “nish the deal here.Ž Then, the shootout ensued. Venice outscored Palmetto 28-7 in the second quarter alone, scoring twice on runs by Gregory and twice on throws from Wolff to tight end Zach Fryar. However, Venice wasnt out of the woods just yet. Wolff threw his second and “nal interception of the night on the second play out of halftime, setting up the Tigers with a chance to tie the game. Though Marino led his team into Venice territory, the senior quarterback made one of his only mistakes of the game, “ring an interception over the middle that was snagged by Denique May“eld. That was huge by Denique,Ž Peacock said. That was big for us because we felt we had the momentum if we could get the ball in the end zone after halftime. And then we threw a pick on the second play. So Denique kind of swung that momentum back in our favor.Ž Back with the ball in their hands, it was time for the Brandon Gregory show. The senior running back scored three of his “ve touchdowns in the third quarter, with the “nal score coming from 62 yards out as the third quarter came to a close. Not to be forgotten are Michael Trapani (8 carries for 115 yards) and Nico DallaCosta (8 carries for 42 yards), two backs who kept the offense churning when Gregory needed a rest. With the district of“cially locked up, Venice will host one “nal regular season game „ a matchup with Manatee „ before turning its focus to the playoffs.Venice clinches third straight district title backwards facing bleachers on the soccer “eld. They squeezed in wherever they could to get a decent view. Most of the Port Charlotte Bandits of the Pop Warner program didnt even look for a seat. They preferred to play a little catch or touch football outside the concession stand „ known as Pirates Galley. A good place to be if Mom and Dad were willing to spring for a pretzel or cold drink. We all volunteer here and we love doing it for the boosters,Ž said Rod Foster between servings at Pirates Galley. Theres probably at least a dozen of us here from Sonshine Baptist Church. The only bad thing is, I miss the football game. I can guess whats going on by the cheers. But well be so busy tonight, I dont think Ill even notice.Ž The noise surrounding the “eld was deafening. The bands played, the fans cheered, the cheerleaders cheered. Dozens banged together air-“lled plastic noise makers and others let off loud-squelching noises from devices “lled with cartridges of air. We come to every home game and get to a few away games, but this is the one. This is the big one,Ž said Keith Ferguson who sat beside his wife Debbie on the Port Charlotte side. The best thing about this year is, both teams are really good. I expect it to be close. I want it to be close. But this is where we want to be, nowhere else. Itll be a great one no matter what. Of course, it will be that much better if the Pirates win. They need this one.Ž But for every Pirates reaction, there was an equal and opposite Tarpons reaction. Weve been coming for the past couple of years. We go wherever they go practically. We were at Cape Coral last week,Ž said Melissa Shaffer as she sat with her husband Joel and friends Gloria and Pete Reilly on the Charlotte side of the “eld. But this is a lot more crowded. Even at Cape Coral last week, there were more Tarpons fans than fans from Cape Coral. Tarpons fans travel well.Ž World Series Game three? What World Series? The Tarpons and Pirates are playing football tonight.RIVALRYFROM PAGE 1 PREP FOOTBALL: Highlands County roundupBy MARK PINSONSEBRING SPORTS EDITOR and RUTH ANNE LAWSON SEBRING CORRESPONDENTSEBRING … The Sebring Blue Streaks took a step closer to making the playoffs with a huge win over the Lake Gibson Braves by a 42-27 score. The Blue Streaks blocked Lake Gibsons “rst two punt attempts, which they quickly converted into touchdowns to take a 14-0 lead in the “rst quarter. Sebring expanded their lead to 21-0 early in the second quarter on DJ Williams 7-yard touchdown run, his second of the game. The Braves cut the Blue Streaks lead to seven with two touchdown passes before Sebring scored right before the half on Devion Littles one-yard touchdown run to take a 28-14 lead into the half. The win improves the Blue Streaks to 7-2 on the season.Lakeland Christian 40, Avon Park 0Avon Park „ Lakeland Christian blanked Avon Park by a score of 40-0 on Friday night at Joe Franza Stadium. Though the Red Devils gained a lot of yards they werent able to capitalize. Lakeland Christians Trent Mason scored two touchdowns for the Vikings that totaled 150 yards. Bo Copen also contributed two touchdowns. drive he stepped up and hit junior Jeremiah Harvey in tight coverage for a 64yard score. Both times the extra points were blocked by Port Charlottes Shevon Pearce. Before long, the Charlotte offensive line, anchored by “ve seniors, began to wear down the ailing Pirate defense. Soon the Tarpons were grinding out “rst downs as Muse continued to make timely passes. Muse “nished 8 of 10 for 205 yards and two touchdowns. Defensively, the Tarpons held Port Charlotte to 60 yards while amassing 321 of their own. Incredible grit,Ž Port Charlotte coach Jordan Ingman said of his team. Nobody has any idea in this stadium what we dealt with. We had third stringers everywhere and the kids played so hard. Its a shame theyre not rewarded for that and thats my fault. Charlotte Kicker Kenny Scribner hit a 20-yard “eld goal to take a 15-14 lead with just over 10 minutes to play after the Pirates shut down three consecutive plays from inside the 3-yard line. Later in the fourth, the Tarpons needed to convert a 3rd-and-11 on their own side of the “eld to keep winding the clock. Muse stepped up as if to scramble and the Port Charlotte defensive back broke coverage brie”y, allowing sophomore Freddie Fletcher to spring free for an 86-yard touchdown. The score stretched to seven after a failed 2-point conversion. Even after struggling for the entire half, the Pirates earned one last chance with eight seconds remaining. Off a Scribner punt, Port Charlotte returner Pearce threw the ball across the “eld to Dylan Lockhart, who skirted past mid“eld, but was tripped up and the clock hit triple zeros. At that moment, a feeling of joy and relief overcame Muse and the Tarpons as a wave of grief overcame the Pirates across the “eld. The rivalry really kicks in,Ž Muse said. It honestly hasnt hit me yet. Im probably about to go over (to the team) and get bombarded and start crying.ŽTARPONS 21, PIRATES 14Port Charlotte 14 0 0 0 „ 14 Charlotte 0 0 12 9 „ 21 FIRST QUARTER PC „ Washington 38 run (McCormick kick) PC „ Jean-Louis 6 run (McCormick kick) THIRD QUARTER CHS „ Thomas 64 run (kick blocked) CHS „ Muse to Harvey 48 pass (kick blocked) FOURTH QUARTER CHS „ Scribner 20 eld goal CHS „ Muse to Fletcher 86 pass (failed 2-pt)SPARKFROM PAGE 1Blue Streaks win; Red Devils blanked for a nine-yard scoring run to make it 8-0 after Marinolas run. Bayshore responded with a nearly four-minute drive of its own, with Brian Coleman going four for four on the drive, “nishing with a 19-yard touchdown pass to LeQuayvaious Greene to cut the lead to 8-7. The two teams spent much of the second quarter exchanging turnovers, but after Jesse Cannon recovered the ball inside the Bayshore 30, the Manta Rays capitalizes, ending with another Yale end run for a score to extend the lead to 15-7. Sanon got going in the second half, and on the second play of the second half, darted down the sidelines for a 54-yard scoring run that tied the game and adding another from 45 yards on the next possession to make it 22-15. Lemon Bay responded with its best drive of the season, going 96 yards on 16 plays (12 of them Marinola runs) and taking eight minutes off the clock for Hedges “rst score to tie the game at 22. In the end, it was another tough loss for the Manta Rays, its third defeat by less than a touchdown. Most games weve been ahead, like we were tonight. Theres a lot of heart and integrity on this team,Ž Southwell said. It feels like we let one guy beat us.ŽBRUINS 29, MANTA RAYS 28Lemon Bay 8 7 0 13 „ 28 Bayshore 7 0 15 7 „ 29MANTA RAYSFROM PAGE 1

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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 NHLBY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSJohn Ziegler Jr., the NHL president who oversaw the merger with the World Hockey Association and was eventually ousted following labor unrest and a players strike in 1992, has died. He was 84. The NHL con“rmed Zieglers death on its website, although the cause was not immediately known. He was living in Florida. Ziegler was the NHLs fourth president, succeeding Clarence Campbell in 1977 and serving 15 years. He was the “rst American to run the league and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1987. Two years after he became president, the NHL merged with the WHA. It added four teams from the upstart league „ the Edmonton Oilers, Winnipeg Jets, Quebec Nordiques and Hartford Whalers. While the Jets, Nordiques and Whalers eventually relocated, the Oilers quickly found success in the NHL, winning four Stanley Cups between 1984 and 1988 on a superstar-laden team led by Wayne Gretzky. The Oilers posted a picture of Ziegler handing the Stanley Cup to a beaming Gretzky on the teams Twitter feed. Bettman said in a statement that Ziegler was instrumental in the NHLs transition to becoming a more international leagueŽ by increasing the number of European players and opening the door for Russians to compete in North America. The commissioner noted that while Ziegler was president the league expanded from 18 to 24 teams, the share of European-born players in the NHL grew from 2 to 11 percent and games between NHL and European clubs became a nearly annual tradition. John provided invaluable counsel during my early days as commissioner and was always generous with his time,Ž Bettman said. Contentious labor talks between the NHL and the NHL Players Association over playoff bonuses, free agency and pension funds led to the players voting to strike in the “nal weeks of the 1991-92 season. The strike lasted 10 days. League owners unhappy with the labor agreement ousted Ziegler two months later. He was replaced on an interim basis by Gil Stein. The NHL hired Bettman the following year and appointed him the leagues “rst commissioner.John Ziegler, NHL president who oversaw merger, dies at 84 AP FILE PHOTOIn this 1979 photo, Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider, left, talks with NHL president John Ziegler before an NHL Board of Governors meeting in Chicago. TENNIS: WTA FinalsBy SANDRA HARWITTASSOCIATED PRESSSINGAPORE (AP) „ U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka “nished her debut appearance at the WTA Finals on Friday with an injury and an 0-3 record. Osaka was trailing Kiki Bertens 6-3 when she retired from the match with an upper left leg injury. Bertens was awarded a straight-set victory and has advanced to the semi“nals. I hurt my left hamstring in the “rst match,Ž Osaka said. It was just getting worse and worse every time I played. I just really wanted to try because this is the last tournament, and I felt it was really unfair to everyone that came to watch.Ž Sloane Stephens also advanced to the semi“nals, improving to 3-0 by beating Angelique Kerber 6-3, 6-3. Osaka, the only woman from Japan to win a Grand Slam title, went off court to receive treatment on the injury after the eighth game while trailing 5-3. She lost her serve at love in the ninth game and then decided to stop. The 21-year-old Osaka, who started the year ranked No. 68 and is now at a career-high No. 4, beat Serena Williams in the U.S. Open “nal and watched as the 23-time Grand Slam champion argued with the chair umpire and was penalized for it. Its been a crazy year,Ž Osaka said. For me, its just been a lot of new experiences. Im very grateful that I was able to have the opportunities that I had.Ž Bertens quali“ed for the season-ending WTA Finals when No. 1 Simona Halep withdrew from the tournament with a lower back injury. Thats how life can go sometimes,Ž said Bertens, who has beaten 12 top-10 players this season. I think I was a little lucky, maybe.Ž In the semi“nals, Bertens will face Elina Svitolina while Stephens will take on Karolina Pliskova. This year is the “rst time since the round-robin format was reintroduced in 2003 that none of the top four seeded players „ No. 1 Kerber, No. 2 Caroline Wozniacki, No. 3 Osaka and No. 4 Petra Kvitova „ reached the semi“nals. I think the four of us, in our groups, we all played really well,Ž Stephens said of the semi“nalists. I think its great for us, and for the younger girls, to kind of prove ourselves.ŽOsaka retires with injury, Bertens reaches WTA semifinals NHL ROUNDUP NBA ROUNDUPLAS VEGAS (AP) „ J.T. Miller scored his third goal of the season, Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 29 of 31 shots and the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Vegas Golden Knights 3-2 on Friday. Tyler Johnson and Brayden Point also scored for Tampa Bay, which extended its point streak to seven games, going 6-0-1 over that stretch. Shea Theodore and William Karlsson scored for Vegas, while MarcAndre Fleury made 20 saves. Ten games into their inaugural season, the Golden Knights were 8-2-0. They didnt lose their “fth game until Nov. 7. Now, the defending Western Conference champions are 4-5-1 and sixth in the Paci“c Division. Though it notched one power play goal, Vegas still has the leagues worst conversion rate with a man advantage, now 3 for 32. Tampa Bay owns the leagues best penalty kill (35 of 37). Johnson put the Lightning on the board early in the “rst period when he spotted a rebound in front of the net and chipped a shot past Fleury. Ryan Carpenter used the boards to slide a perfect pass to Theodore, who blasted a one-timer through traf“c from the blue line and past Vasilevskiy to tie game a couple of minutes later. Later in the “rst, Steven Stamkos delivered a pass into the slot for Point, who tapped the puck past Fleury to give Tampa Bay the lead once again. Miller made it 3-1 early in the second. He was positioned perfectly in front of net when the puck de”ected off him and past Fleury for a power-play goal. The Lightning have scored on the power play in four straight games and six of their last seven.Byfugliens late goal gives Jets win over Red WingsDETROIT (AP) „ Defenseman Dustin Byfuglien got his 500th career point when he snapped a tie with 6:45 left, and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Friday night. Winnipeg won for the fourth time in “ve games. Kyle Connor scored in the second period, and Laurent Brossoit stopped 27 shots. Andreas Athanasiou scored for Detroit and Jimmy Howard made 38 saves. Red Wings defenseman Mike Green made his season debut after recovering from a virus that attacked his liver. Byfuglien skated in from the point and beat Howard from the bottom of the right circle. Howard got some of the shot with his glove but the puck dropped into the net.Brock McGinn lifts Hurricanes past Sharks in shootoutRALEIGH, N.C. (AP) „ Brock McGinn scored in regulation and had the lone shootout goal in the Carolina Hurricanes 4-3 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Friday night. Carolina outshot San Jose 23-6 from start of the second period to the midpoint of the third and “nished with a 41-23 edge. It was the “rst time the Sharks had been outshot this season. McGinn, Teuvo Teravainen and Dougie Hamilton scored for Carolina in the second period, and Teravainen assisted on Hamiltons goal. Antti Suomela, Timo Meier and Tomas Hertl scored for the Sharks. Petr Mrazek made 20 saves for Carolina, and Aaron Dell stopped 38 shots for San Jose.Miller, white-hot Lightning beat struggling KnightsCHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) „ Kemba Walker had 30 points on “ve more 3-pointers, and the Charlotte Hornets beat the Chicago Bulls 135-106 on Friday night for their “rst home victory of the season. Walker, who came in averaging 31 points, bounced back from a season-low 23-point outing against the Bulls, shooting 11 of 18 from the “eld. He also had seven assists and six rebounds. The two-time All-Star has four games with at least “ve 3-pointers and his 29 3s are second only to Golden States Stephen Curry. Tony Parker added 18 points and eight assists, and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and high-”ying rookie Miles Bridges each had 15 points as the Hornets avenged a two-point loss in Chicago on Wednesday night. Zach LaVine had 20 points on 6-of-16 shooting for the Bulls. After missing their “rst 11 3-pointers of the game, the Hornets went on a tear, making the “nal 14 of 22 shots from beyond the arc. The Hornets outscored the Bulls 45-29 in the second quarter to build a 68-54 halftime lead. They stretched the lead to 28 in the third quarter, and Walker spent the fourth quarter cheering on his teammates from the bench. He only played 26 minutes.Durant scores 41 at MSG, Warriors beat Knicks 128-100NEW YORK (AP) „ Kevin Durant scored 25 of his 41 points in Golden States ruthless fourth-quarter clinic, and the Warriors beat the New York Knicks 128-100 on Friday night. New York led by three after three quarters before Durant and the Warriors starting hitting from all over the ”oor, making 19 of 26 shots „ and things went so well that on a rare long-range miss by Durant, the ball bounced all the way out behind the arc to a wide-open Stephen Curry, who made the 3-pointer. Curry added 29 points and six 3-pointers, giving him at least “ve in every game this season. But on the ”oor where he scored a career-best 54 points in 2013, his performance seemed almost quiet because of Durant. Durant was the center of attention leading into the game and then the star of it, putting on a show in front of fans who hope he will consider Madison Square Garden his home if he becomes a free agent this summer. He “nished 17 of 24 from the ”oor, including 5 of 9 from behind the arc, and grabbed nine rebounds. Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 24 points for the Knicks, who have dropped “ve in a row after a season-opening victory over Atlanta. Golden State outscored New York 47-16 in the fourth quarter. Knicks coach David Fizdale changed up his starting lineup, going with Hardaway, Frank Ntilikina, Noah Vonleh, Damyean Dotson and rookie Mitchell Robinson, and the group provided a strong start and a 16-10 lead. But it was quickly wiped out mostly by Curry, who made his “rst “ve shots, with three of them behind the arc. Durant drew plenty of attention upon his arrival and a loud ovation when he was announced with the starting lineups. He can become a free agent after this season and Knicks fans hope he can speed up their rebuilding. A billboard urging him to come to New York popped up on a building near Madison Square Garden this week. He showed Knicks fans what they would be getting with a fourth-quarter ”urry while Curry was on the bench. He had 10 points in a 12-4 spurt that turned a six-point de“cit into a 93-91 lead with 8:16 to play, and then followed Burkes 3-pointer that gave New York its last lead with “ve straight points.Lowry has 20 as Raptors beat Mavs for 6th straight winTORONTO (AP) „ Kyle Lowry had 20 points and 12 assists, Kawhi Leonard scored 21 points and the Toronto Raptors set a franchise record with their sixth straight win to start the season, beating the Dallas Mavericks 116-107 on Friday night. Jonas Valanciunas scored 17 points, Danny Green had 15 and Serge Ibaka “nished with 11 as the Raptors eclipsed the 5-0 start they recorded in 2015-16. DeAndre Jordan had 18 points and 15 rebounds for the Mavericks, who trailed by 17 points in the “rst quarter. Luka Doncic scored 22 points, and Wesley Matthews had 21. Dallas clawed back and trailed by three heading into the fourth, but Toronto opened the quarter with a 9-2 run. Dallas shot 7 for 24 in the fourth. Lowry recorded 10 or more assists for the fourth straight game, the “rst Raptors player to do so since Jose Calderon had “ve in a row in March 2012. Dallas, which let a 26-point lead slip away in Wednesdays loss at Atlanta, dropped its second straight after winning two in a row. Green scored 12 points in the “rst as the Raptors raced out to an 18-2 lead. Toronto led 39-26 after its highest-scoring quarter of the season so far. Matthews scored nine points in the second and Doncic had eight as Dallas cut the de“cit to “ve late in the quarter. Leonard scored nine points for the Raptors and Lowry had eight to give Toronto a 69-60 lead at halftime.Walker scores 30 in Hornets rout AP PHOTOCharlotte Hornets Miles Bridges (0) drives to the basket past Chicago Bulls Cristiano Felicio.

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 SCOREBOARD PRO BASEBALLPLAYOFFSAll times EasternWORLD SERIES(Best-of-7; x-if necessary; All games televised on FOX)BOSTON 2, L.A. DODGERS 0Oct. 23: Boston 8, Los Angeles 4 Wednesday: Boston 4, Los Angeles 2 Friday: Boston at Los Angeles, late Today: Boston (Eovaldi 6-7) at Los Angeles (Hill 11-5), 8:09 p.m. x -Sunday: Boston at Los Angeles, 8:15 p.m. x -Tuesday: Los Angeles at Boston, 8:09 p.m. x -Wednesday, Oct. 31: Los Angeles at Boston, 8:09 p.m.PRO FOOTBALLNFL All times Eastern AMERICAN CONFERENCE EAST W L T PCT. PF PA New England 5 2 0 .714 214 179 Miami 4 4 0 .500 174 219 N.Y. Jets 3 4 0 .429 182 176 Buffalo 2 5 0 .286 81 175 S OUTH W L T PCT. PF PA Houston 5 3 0 .625 197 167 Tennessee 3 4 0 .429 106 127 Jacksonville 3 4 0 .429 116 146 Indianapolis 2 5 0 .286 189 185 NORTH W L T PCT. PF PA Cincinnati 4 3 0 .571 184 203 Pittsburgh 3 2 1 .583 171 154 Baltimore 4 3 0 .571 176 101 Cleveland 2 4 1 .357 151 177 WEST W L T PCT. PF PA Kansas City 6 1 0 .857 260 182 L.A. Chargers 5 2 0 .714 195 163 Denver 3 4 0 .429 165 164 Oakland 1 5 0 .167 110 176 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EAST W L T PCT. PF PA Washington 4 2 0 .667 126 121 Philadelphia 3 4 0 .429 154 138 Dallas 3 4 0 .429 140 123 N.Y. Giants 1 6 0 .143 137 185 S OUTH W L T PCT. PF PA New Orleans 5 1 0 .833 204 163 Carolina 4 2 0 .667 142 131 Tampa Bay 3 3 0 .500 167 196 Atlanta 3 4 0 .429 190 212 NORTH W L T PCT. PF PA Minnesota 4 2 1 .643 177 165 Green Bay 3 2 1 .583 148 144 Detroit 3 3 0 .500 157 158 Chicago 3 3 0 .500 170 134 WEST W L T PCT. PF PA L.A. Rams 7 0 0 1.000 235 128 Seattle 3 3 0 .500 143 117 Arizona 1 6 0 .143 92 184 San Francisco 1 6 0 .143 158 218WEEK 8 Thursdays GameHouston 42, Miami 23Sundays GamesPhiladelphia vs. Jacksonville at London, UK, 9:30 a.m. Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Washington at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m. Seattle at Detroit, 1 p.m. Baltimore at Carolina, 1 p.m. Denver at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Chicago, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Green Bay at L.A. Rams, 4:25 p.m. San Francisco at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. New Orleans at Minnesota, 8:20 p.m.Mondays GameNew England at Buffalo, 8:15 p.m. Open: Dallas, Tennessee, L.A. Chargers, AtlantaWEEK 9 Thursday, Nov. 1Oakland at San Francisco, 8:20 p.m.Sunday, Nov. 4N.Y. Jets at Miami, 1 p.m. Atlanta at Washington, 1 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Kansas City at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Carolina, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 1 p.m. Chicago at Buffalo, 1 p.m. L.A. Chargers at Seattle, 4:05 p.m. Houston at Denver, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Rams at New Orleans, 4:25 p.m. Green Bay at New England, 8:20 p.m.Monday, Nov. 5Tennessee at Dallas, 8:15 p.m. Open: Indianapolis, Arizona, N.Y. Giants, Jacksonville, Philadelphia, CincinnatiLATE THURSDAY TEXANS 42, DOLPHINS 23MIAMI 7 3 10 3 „ 23 HOUSTON 7 7 14 14 „ 42 First Quarter Mia„Drake 12 run (Sanders kick), 4:58. Hou„Miller 2 run (Fairbairn kick), :31. Second Quarter Hou„Thomas 13 pass from Watson (Fairbairn kick), 14:14. Mia„FG Sanders 37, 2:57. Third Quarter Hou„Thomas 2 pass from Watson (Fairbairn kick), 11:34. Mia„Drake 28 pass from Amendola (Sanders kick), 4:55. Hou„Fuller 73 pass from Watson (Fairbairn kick), 4:21. Mia„FG Sanders 41, :36. Fourth Quarter Hou„Hopkins 49 pass from Watson (Fairbairn kick), 14:49. Mia„FG Sanders 46, 11:26. Hou„Hopkins 2 pass from Watson (Fairbairn kick), 7:34. A„71,726. MIA HOU First downs 18 17 Total Net Yards 370 427 Rushes-yards 25-116 35-188 Passing 254 239 Punt Returns 2-29 1-13 Kickoff Returns 3-80 0-0 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-21 Comp-Att-Int 22-38-1 16-20-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-15 0-0 Punts 4-47.0 5-42.2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-63 8-57 Time of Possession 31:09 28:51 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING„Miami, Drake 12-58, Gore 12-53, Ballage 1-5. Houston, Miller 18-133, Blue 1542, Watson 1-14, Weeden 1-(minus 1). PASSING„Miami, Osweiler 21-37-1-241, Amendola 1-1-0-28. Houston, Watson 16-20-0-239. RECEIVING„Miami, Parker 6-134, Amendola 5-43, Grant 4-36, Gesicki 4-14, Drake 2-37, Gore 1-5. Houston, Hopkins 6-82, Fuller 5-124, Thomas 4-29, Ervin 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALS„None.NFL INJURY REPORTThe National Football League injury report, as provided by the league:SundayPHILADELPHIA at JACKSONVILLE „ EAGLES: OUT: LB Nathan Gerry (ankle/ knee), S Corey Graham (hamstring), CB Sidney Jones (hamstring), RB Darren Sproles (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: DT Haloti Ngata (calf). JAGUARS: OUT: CB A.J. Bouye (calf), RB Leonard Fournette (hamstring), TE James OShaughnessy (hip), CB Tyler Patmon (neck). DOUBTFUL: CB D.J. Hayden (toe). CLEVELAND at PITTSBURGH „ BROWNS: OUT: CB E.J. Gaines (concussion), WR Rashard Higgins (knee), LB Joe Schobert (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: S Damarious Randall (groin/ankle), WR DaMari Scott (shoulder), C J.C. Tretter (ankle). STEELERS: OUT: OT Marcus Gilbert (knee). WASHINGTON at N.Y. GIANTS „ REDSKINS : OUT: WR Jamison Crowder (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: CB Quinton Dunbar (shin), WR Paul Richardson Jr. (shoulder/knee), RB Chris Thompson (rib/knee). GIANTS: OUT: WR Jawill Davis (concussion), LB Alec Ogletree (hamstring). SEATTLE at DETROIT „ SEAHAWKS: OUT: G Jordan Simmons (calf), CB Neiko Thorpe (groin). QUESTIONABLE: DE Rasheem Green (ankle). LIONS: OUT: RB Theo Riddick (knee). QUESTIONABLE: DE Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder), LB Jarrad Davis (calf). BALTIMORE at CAROLINA „ RAVENS: OUT: CB Marlon Humphrey (thigh), G James Hurst (back). DOUBTFUL: G Alex Lewis (neck). QUESTIONABLE: CB Anthony Averett (hamstring), C Bradley Bozeman (calf), LB Anthony Levine (hamstring), CB Jimmy Smith (groin). PANTHERS: OUT: LB Andre Smith (hamstring), WR Torrey Smith (knee). DOUBTFUL: S Rashaan Gaulden (ankle). DENVER at KANSAS CITY „ BRONCOS: OUT: RB Royce Freeman (ankle), WR DaeSean Hamilton (knee), S Darian Stewart (neck), OT Jared Veldheer (knee). DOUBTFUL: LB Shane Ray (ankle/wrist). QUESTIONABLE: C Nico Falah (concussion), LB Brandon Marshall (knee), LB Von Miller (ankle). CHIEFS: OUT: C Mitch Morse (concussion). DOUBTFUL: S Eric Berry (heel), LB Justin Houston (hamstring). TAMPA BAY at CINCINNATI „ BUCCANEERS: OUT: DE Vinny Curry (ankle), DT Gerald McCoy (calf). BENGALS: OUT: RB Giovani Bernard (knee), LB Vontaze Bur“ct (hip), CB Darqueze Dennard (sternoclavicular), TE Tyler Kroft (foot), WR John Ross (groin), LB Nick Vigil (knee). DOUBTFUL: C Billy Price (foot). N.Y. JETS at CHICAGO „ JETS: OUT: WR Quincy Enunwa (ankle). DOUBTFUL: WR Robby Anderson (ankle), CB Trumaine Johnson (quadricep). QUESTIONABLE: T Kelvin Beachum (back), CB Morris Claiborne (shoulder/foot), C Spencer Long (knee/ “nger), S Marcus Maye (thumb), LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (foot). BEARS: OUT: G Eric Kush (neck). QUESTIONABLE: LB Khalil Mack (ankle), WR Allen Robinson (groin). INDIANAPOLIS at OAKLAND „ COLTS: OUT: WR Ryan Grant (ankle), S Malik Hooker (hip), TE Erik Swoope (knee), RB Robert Turbin (shoulder), DT Jihad Ward (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: S Clayton Geathers (neck), RB Marlon Mack (ankle), WR Zach Pascal (head), DE Jabaal Sheard (abdomen), K Adam Vinatieri (right groin). RAIDERS: QUESTIONABLE: G Kelechi Osemele (knee), CB Daryl Worley (ankle). GREEN BAY at L.A. RAMS „ PACKERS: QUESTIONABLE: WR Randall Cobb (hamstring), WR Equanimeous St. Brown (knee), OT Jason Spriggs (ankle). RAMS: DOUBTFUL: WR Cooper Kupp (knee), LB Trevon Young (back). SAN FRANCISCO at ARIZONA „ 49ERS: DOUBTFUL: WR Pierre Garcon (shoulder/ knee). QUESTIONABLE: RB Matt Breida (ankle), C Weston Richburg (knee), CB Richard Sherman (calf). CARDINALS: OUT: S Tre Boston (shoulder/ribs), G Jeremy Vujnovich (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: K Phil Dawson (right hip), TE Jermaine Gresham (heel), G Mike Iupati (back), DT Corey Peters (ankle), G Justin Pugh (hand). NEW ORLEANS at MINNESOTA „ SAINTS: OUT: DE Mitchell Loewen (neck). VIKINGS: OUT: LB Anthony Barr (hamstring), G Tom Compton (knee), RB Dalvin Cook (hamstring), S Andrew Sendejo (groin). DOUBTFUL: OT Riley Reiff (foot). QUESTIONABLE: DT Linval Joseph (ankle, knee), CB Xavier Rhodes (foot).MondayNEW ENGLAND at BUFFALO „ PATRIOTS: DNP: RB Sony Michel (knee), CB Eric Rowe (groin), OL Brian Schwenke (foot). LIMITED: OT Trent Brown (ankle), OT Marcus Cannon (concussion), WR Josh Gordon (hamstring), DL Geneo Grissom (ankle), TE Rob Gronkowski (ankle/back), LB Donta Hightower (knee), TE Jacob Hollister (hamstring), DE John Simon (shoulder), DE Deatrich Wise Jr. (ankle/knee). BILLS: DNP: QB Josh Allen (right elbow), RB Taiwan Jones (neck), DE Trent Murphy (knee). LIMITED: QB Derek Anderson (back/calf), RB Chris Ivory (hamstring), RB LeSean McCoy (concussion), OT Jordan Mills (knee).COLLEGE FOOTBALLTHE AP TOP 25 RESULTS/ SCHEDULEAll times EasternThursdayNo. 13 West Virginia 58, Baylor 14 Georgia Southern 34, No. 25 Appalachian St. 14FridayNo. 23 Utah at UCLA, lateTodayNo. 2 Clemson at Florida State, noon No. 3 Notre Dame vs. Navy at San Diego, 8 p.m. No. 6 Texas at Oklahoma State, 8 p.m. No. 7 Georgia vs. No. 9 Florida at Jacksonville, Fla., 3:30 p.m. No. 8 Oklahoma vs Kansas State, 3:30 p.m. No. 12 Kentucky at Missouri, 4 p.m. No. 14 Washington St. at No. 24 Stanford, 7 p.m. No. 15 Washington at California, 6:30 p.m. No. 16 Texas A&M at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. No. 17 Penn State vs. No. 18 Iowa, 3:30 p.m. No. 19 Oregon at Arizona, 10:30 p.m. No. 20 Wisconsin at Northwestern, noon No. 21 South Florida at Houston, 3:30 p.m. No. 22 NC State at Syracuse, 7 p.m.RESULTS/SCHEDULEAll times Eastern (Subject to change)Oct. 23 SOUTHTroy 38, South Alabama 17Thursdays Games EASTWest Virginia 58, Baylor 14SOUTHGeorgia Southern 34, Appalachian State 14 Georgia Tech 49, Virginia Tech 28MIDWESTOhio 52, Ball State 14 Toledo 51, Western Michigan 24Fridays Games EASTMiami at Boston College, lateSOUTHLouisiana Tech at FAU, lateMIDWESTIndiana at Minnesota, lateFAR WESTWyoming at Colorado State, late Utah at UCLA, lateTodays Games EASTWagner at Central Connecticut State, noon Georgetown at Colgate, noon William & Mary at Rhode Island, noon St. Francis (Pa.) at Robert Morris, noon UMass at UConn, noon Penn at Brown, 1 p.m. Yale at Columbia, 1 p.m. Lafayette at Fordham, 1 p.m. Lehigh at Holy Cross, 1 p.m. Albany (NY) at Maine, 1 p.m. Cornell at Princeton, 1 p.m. Bryant at Sacred Heart, 1 p.m. Harvard at Dartmouth, 1:30 p.m. New Hampshire at Villanova, 2 p.m. Towson at Delaware, 3:30 p.m. Iowa at Penn State, 3:30 p.m. Duke at Pittsburgh, 3:30 p.m. NC State at Syracuse, 7 p.m.SOUTHClemson at Florida State, noon Wake Forest at Louisville, noon North Carolina at Virginia, 12:20 p.m. Stetson at Davidson, 1 p.m. E. Illinois at E. Kentucky, 1 p.m. SC State at Howard, 1 p.m. Marist at Morehead State, 1 p.m. Mercer at Wofford, 1:30 p.m. Southern Miss. at Charlotte, 2 p.m. NC Central at Delaware State, 2 p.m. Coastal Carolina at Georgia State, 2 p.m. Va. Lynchburg at Hampton, 2 p.m. Furman at The Citadel, 2 p.m. Monmouth (NJ) at Presbyterian, 2:30 p.m. VMI at Chattanooga, 3 p.m. Ark.-Pine Bluff at Grambling State, 3 p.m. Norfolk State at Savannah State, 3 p.m. SE Missouri at UT Martin, 3 p.m. Alabama A&M vs. Alabama State at Birmingham, Ala., 3:30 p.m. W. Carolina at ETSU, 3:30 p.m. Florida vs. Georgia at Jacksonville, 3:30 p.m. Stony Brook at James Madison, 3:30 p.m. Arkansas St. at Louisiana-Lafayette, 3:30 p.m. Illinois at Maryland, 3:30 p.m. Middle Tennessee at Old Dominion, 3:30 p.m. Gardner-Webb at Campbell, 4 p.m. Morgan State at Florida A&M, 4 p.m. Jacksonville State at Murray State, 4 p.m. Incarnate Word at Nicholls, 4 p.m. Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay, 5 p.m. Kennesaw State at Charleston Southern, 6 p.m. Cent. Arkansas at McNeese State, 7 p.m. Texas A&M at Mississippi State, 7 p.m. Houston Baptist at Northwestern State, 7 p.m. Jackson State at Southern U., 7 p.m. Tennessee at South Carolina, 7:30 p.m. FIU at W. Kentucky, 7:30 p.m.MIDWESTCent. Michigan at Akron, noon Dayton at Butler, noon Army at E. Michigan, noon Texas Tech at Iowa State, noon Purdue at Michigan State, noon Bethune-Cookman at Nebraska, noon Wisconsin at Northwestern, noon S. Dakota State at Illinois State, 1 p.m. Drake at Valparaiso, 2 p.m. N. Iowa at W. Illinois, 2 p.m. Indiana State at Youngstown State, 2 p.m. TCU at Kansas, 3 p.m. S. Illinois at Missouri State, 3 p.m. Weber State at North Dakota, 3 p.m. N. Dakota State at South Dakota, 3 p.m. Kentucky at Missouri, 4 p.m.SOUTHWESTVanderbilt at Arkansas, noon SE Louisiana at Sam Houston State, 2 p.m. Alcorn State at Prairie View, 3 p.m. MVSU at Texas Southern, 3 p.m. South Florida at Houston, 3:30 p.m. Cincinnati at SMU, 3:30 p.m. Kansas State at Oklahoma, 3:30 p.m. Rice at North Texas, 4 p.m. Lamar at Stephen F. Austin, 4 p.m. New Mexico State at Texas State, 7 p.m. Tulane at Tulsa, 7 p.m. UAB at UTEP, 7:30 p.m. Texas at Oklahoma State, 8 p.m.FAR WESTOregon State at Colorado, 3 p.m. Idaho at E. Washington, 3 p.m. N. Illinois at BYU, 3:30 p.m. Arizona State at Southern California, 3:30 p.m. UC Davis at Montana, 4 p.m. Jacksonville at San Diego, 4 p.m. New Mexico at Utah State, 4 p.m. Montana State at Idaho State, 5 p.m. Washington at California, 6:30 p.m. UNLV at San Jose State, 6:30 p.m. Boise State at Air Force, 7 p.m. Cal Poly at N. Arizona, 7 p.m. Washington State at Stanford, 7 p.m. N. Colorado at S. Utah, 8 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Navy at San Diego, 8 p.m. Portland State at Sacramento State, 9 p.m. Oregon at Arizona, 10:30 p.m. Hawaii at Fresno State, 10:30 p.m. San Diego State at Nevada, 10:30 p.m.ODDSPREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Today World SeriesFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINEAt LA Dodgers Off Boston OffNATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION TodayFAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG Boston 3 206 At Detroit At New Orleans 1 226 Utah At Philadelphia 9 229 Charlotte At Atlanta 4 232 Chicago At Cleveland Off Off Indiana At Miami 1 221 Portland At Memphis Off Off Phoenix At San Antonio 1 230 LA Lakers At Milwaukee 8 222 OrlandoNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE TodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE At New Jersey -136 Florida +126 At Philadelphia -158 NY Islanders +148 At Nashville Off Edmonton Off Washington -107 At Calgary -103 At Boston -177 Montreal +165 At Columbus -167 Buffalo +157 At Toronto -130 Winnipeg +120 At St. Louis -134 Chicago +124 At Minnesota -151 Colorado +141 At Arizona Off Tampa Bay Off At Vancouver Off Pittsburgh OffCOLLEGE FOOTBALL TodayFAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG Middle Tenn. 5 5 59 at ODU N.C. State 1 2 67 at Syracuse at Virginia 8 9 50 N. Carolina at Akron 6 5 45 Cent. Mich. Duke 4 2 45 at Pittsburgh at Maryland 16 17 52 Illinois at Louisville 2 2 66 Wake Forest Wisconsin 7 5 53 at Nwestern at E. Michigan 2 1 48 Army Southern Miss. 9 7 43 at Charlotte TCU 14 13 49 at Kansas UMass 6 5 65 at UConn Cstl Carolina 3 3 59 at Ga. State at Utah State 20 19 62 New Mexico at Colorado 24 24 62 Oreg. State UAB 18 16 51 at UTEP at BYU 6 7 42 N. Illinois San Diego State 3 2 46 at Nevada at Stanford 4 2 53 Wash. State at Southern Calif. 4 3 52 Arizona State Washington 14 11 45 at California Georgia 10 6 52 Florida at San Jose State +5 3 60 UNLV at Tulsa 1 PK 48 Tulane at Miss. State 4 1 43 Texas A&M at Missouri 5 7 56 Kentucky at S. Carolina 7 8 54 Tennessee Texas 1 3 62 at Okla. State at North Texas 28 30 57 Rice at Houston 7 7 75 S. Florida at Penn State 10 6 52 Iowa at Mich. State 2 1 48 Purdue FIU 4 3 54 at West. Ky. Cincinnati 9 8 50 at SMU Vanderbilt +2 1 53 at Arkansas at Oklahoma 21 24 64 Kan. State Ark. State 5 3 70 at La.-Lfytte NMSU +2 1 54 at Texas State at Iowa State 3 5 57 Texas Tech Boise State 10 9 58 at Air Force Clemson 16 17 50 at Fla. State Notre Dame 22 24 53 Navy Oregon 9 9 65 at Arizona at Fresno State 21 25 60 HawaiiNATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE SundayFAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG Philadelphia 3 3 43 Jacksonville at Pittsburgh 7 8 49 Cleveland at Kansas City 9 10 53 Denver at Chicago 6 7 44 N.Y. Jets at N.Y. Giants Pk 1 43 Washington at Detroit 3 3 49 Seattle at Cincinnati 5 3 54 Tampa Bay Baltimore Pk 2 44 at Carolina Indianapolis +1 3 50 at Oakland San Francisco 1 1 41 at Arizona at L.A. Rams 8 9 56 Green Bay at Minnesota 2 Pk 52 New OrleansMondayNew England 11 14 44 at Buffalo Updated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueCHICAGO WHITE SOX „ Assigned OF Ryan LaMarre and RHPs Danny Farquhar and Rob Scahill outright to Charlotte (IL).Can-Am LeagueTROIS-RIVIERES AIGLES „ Released RHPs Yender Caramo, Shaun Ellis, Tyler Garkow, Angel Rincon and Matt Rusch.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationNBA „ Named Ralph Rivera managing director of NBA Europe and Middle East. LOS ANGELES LAKERS „ Assigned C Moritz Wagner to South Bay (NBAGL) for a rehab assignment.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueARIZONA CARDINALS „ Released OL Kyle Friend from the practice squad. Signed PK Matt McCrane to the practice squad.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueLOS ANGELES KINGS „ Assigned F Sheldon Rempal to Ontario (AHL). NASHVILLE PREDATORS „ Loaned F Tyler Moy from Milwaukee (AHL) to Atlanta (ECHL). NEW JERSEY DEVILS „ Recalled F Joey Anderson from Binghamton (AHL).OLYMPIC SPORTSUSADA „ Announced the lifetime ban of former USPS Pro Cycling team Dr. Luis Garcia del Moral is no longer in effect.SOCCERMajor League SoccerMLS „ Fined Sporting KC M Felipe Gutierrez for simulation/embellishment.United Soccer LeagueNEW MEXICO UNITED „ Named Brandon Morris director of soccer operations and assistant technical director, Joel Tyson assistant coach and director of sports performance and Zach Prince assistant coach and director of high-performance youth programming.PRO BASKETBALLNBAAll times Eastern EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L PCT GB Toronto 6 0 1.000 „ Boston 3 2 .600 2 Brooklyn 2 2 .500 3 Philadelphia 2 3 .400 3 New York 1 5 .167 5 SOUTHEAST DIVISION W L PCT GB Charlotte 3 3 .500 „ Miami 2 2 .500 „ Atlanta 2 2 .500 „ Orlando 2 3 .400 Washington 1 3 .250 1 CENTRAL DIVISION W L PCT GB Milwaukee 5 0 1.000 „ Detroit 4 0 1.000 Indiana 3 2 .600 2 Chicago 1 4 .200 4 Cleveland 0 5 .000 5 WESTERN CONFERENCE SOUTHWEST DIVISION W L PCT GB New Orleans 3 0 1.000 „ San Antonio 2 2 .500 1 Memphis 2 2 .500 1 Dallas 2 3 .400 2 Houston 1 3 .250 2 NORTHWEST DIVISION W L PCT GB Denver 4 1 .800 „ Portland 3 1 .750 Utah 2 2 .500 1 Minnesota 2 4 .333 2 Oklahoma City 0 4 .000 3 PACIFIC DIVISION W L PCT GB Golden State 5 1 .833 „ L.A. Clippers 2 2 .500 2 L.A. Lakers 2 3 .400 2 Sacramento 2 3 .400 2 Phoenix 1 3 .250 3Thursdays GamesDetroit 110, Cleveland 103 Portland 128, Orlando 114 Boston 101, Oklahoma City 95 L.A. Lakers 121, Denver 114Fridays GamesCharlotte 135, Chicago 106 Golden State 128, New York 100 Toronto 116, Dallas 107 Brooklyn at New Orleans, late L.A. Clippers at Houston, late Milwaukee at Minnesota, late Washington at Sacramento, lateTodays GamesBoston at Detroit, 7 p.m. Utah at New Orleans, 7 p.m. Charlotte at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Indiana at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix at Memphis, 8 p.m. Portland at Miami, 8 p.m. L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Orlando at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m.HORNETS 135, BULLS 106CHICAGO (106) Holiday 2-7 0-0 5, Hutchison 0-4 0-2 0, Carter Jr. 2-5 2-2 7, Payne 6-10 1-1 15, LaVine 6-16 4-6 20, J.Parker 7-14 3-3 19, Felicio 3-6 3-4 9, Arcidiacono 3-5 0-0 8, Blakeney 5-10 1-2 13, Harrison 3-8 2-2 10. Totals 37-85 16-22 106. CHARLOTTE (135) Batum 4-5 0-0 10, Williams 2-6 0-0 4, Zeller 6-9 2-2 14, Walker 11-18 3-3 30, Lamb 3-7 2-2 10, Bridges 7-10 0-0 15, Kidd-Gilchrist 6-9 3-4 15, Kaminsky 0-2 0-0 0, Hernangomez 0-1 0-0 0, Biyombo 1-2 0-0 2, T.Parker 7-11 3-3 18, Monk 4-10 0-0 10, Bacon 2-3 2-2 7. Totals 53-93 15-16 135. CHICAGO 25 29 21 31 „106 CHARLOTTE 23 45 34 33 „135 3-Point Goals„Chicago 16-36 (LaVine 4-8, Harrison 2-3, Payne 2-4, Arcidiacono 2-4, J.Parker 2-5, Blakeney 2-5, Carter Jr. 1-1, Holiday 1-5, Hutchison 0-1), Charlotte 14-32 (Walker 5-10, Batum 2-3, Lamb 2-4, Monk 2-5, T.Parker 1-2, Bacon 1-2, Bridges 1-3, Kaminsky 0-1, Williams 0-2). Fouled Out„ None. Rebounds„Chicago 34 (Hutchison, Felicio 7), Charlotte 50 (Batum, KiddGilchrist 8). Assists„Chicago 21 (LaVine, Arcidiacono 4), Charlotte 30 (T.Parker 8). Total Fouls„Chicago 16, Charlotte 18. A„15,220 (19,077).WARRIORS 128, KNICKS 100GOLDEN STATE (128) Durant 17-24 2-2 41, Green 7-8 2-2 18, Jones 1-1 0-2 2, Thompson 6-18 0-0 12, Curry 1018 3-3 29, McKinnie 3-4 0-0 7, Bell 0-0 0-0 0, Jerebko 3-7 0-0 8, Looney 3-3 3-3 9, Cook 0-1 0-0 0, Livingston 0-1 0-0 0, Iguodala 1-2 0-0 2, Evans 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 51-87 10-12 128. NEW YORK (100) Dotson 5-12 0-0 12, Vonleh 2-4 2-2 7, Robinson 3-5 1-2 7, Ntilikina 6-11 2-2 17, Hardaway Jr. 9-21 2-3 24, Hezonja 3-9 0-0 6, Thomas 1-4 0-0 2, Kornet 0-0 0-0 0, Kanter 4-9 0-0 8, Burke 5-12 2-3 15, Trier 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 39-90 9-12 100. GOLDEN STATE 25 28 28 47 „128 NEW YORK 25 28 31 16 „100 3-Point Goals„Golden State 16-33 (Curry 6-11, Durant 5-9, Green 2-3, Jerebko 2-4, McKinnie 1-1, Cook 0-1, Thompson 0-4), New York 13-39 (Hardaway Jr. 4-12, Burke 3-7, Ntilikina 3-7, Dotson 2-6, Vonleh 1-1, Thomas 0-2, Hezonja 0-4). Fouled Out„ None. Rebounds„Golden State 39 (Durant 9), New York 40 (Kanter 13). Assists„ Golden State 26 (Green 6), New York 17 (Hardaway Jr., Vonleh 4). Total Fouls„ Golden State 16, New York 18. Technicals„ Cousins, Robinson. A„19,812 (19,812).RAPTORS 116, MAVERICKS 107DALLAS (107) Barnes 5-17 3-5 14, Doncic 7-14 4-4 22, Jordan 5-10 8-9 18, Brunson 3-11 0-0 8, Matthews 9-15 0-0 21, Finney-Smith 2-6 0-0 5, Kleber 2-6 3-4 8, D.Powell 2-2 0-0 4, Barea 3-11 1-2 7, Macon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-92 19-24 107. TORONTO (116) Leonard 7-16 6-6 21, Siakam 4-8 2-2 10, Valanciunas 7-16 3-4 17, Lowry 8-14 1-2 20, Green 4-8 3-3 15, Miles 4-6 0-0 10, N.Powell 1-1 0-0 2, Ibaka 5-13 1-1 11, Brown 4-8 0-0 9, Richardson 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 44-91 17-20 116. DALLAS 26 34 29 18 „107 TORONTO 39 30 23 24 „116 3-Point Goals„Dallas 12-30 (Doncic 4-6, Matthews 3-8, Brunson 2-4, Finney-Smith 1-2, Kleber 1-4, Barnes 1-5, Barea 0-1), Toronto 11-27 (Green 4-7, Lowry 3-6, Miles 2-2, Brown 1-2, Leonard 1-3, Richardson 0-1, Valanciunas 0-1, Siakam 0-2, Ibaka 0-3). Fouled Out„None. Rebounds„Dallas 44 (Jordan 15), Toronto 50 (Leonard 9). Assists„Dallas 22 (Jordan 5), Toronto 23 (Lowry 12). Total Fouls„Dallas 17, Toronto 22. A„19,800 (19,800). PRO HOCKEYNHLAll times Eastern EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Tampa Bay 9 7 1 1 15 32 20 Toronto 10 7 3 0 14 38 32 Boston 10 6 2 2 14 34 24 Montreal 9 5 2 2 12 30 25 Buffalo 10 6 4 0 12 26 28 Ottawa 8 4 3 1 9 29 29 Florida 8 2 3 3 7 26 32 Detroit 10 1 7 2 4 21 41 METROPOLITAN DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Carolina 10 6 3 1 13 33 29 Pittsburgh 8 5 1 2 12 35 26 Columbus 9 5 4 0 10 31 34 Washington 9 4 3 2 10 35 34 New Jersey 7 4 2 1 9 25 18 Philadelphia 10 4 6 0 8 31 40 N.Y. Islanders 8 3 4 1 7 22 23 N.Y. Rangers 10 3 6 1 7 25 34 WESTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Nashville 10 8 2 0 16 35 23 Winnipeg 11 7 3 1 15 33 29 Chicago 10 6 2 2 14 37 34 Colorado 10 6 2 2 14 33 21 Minnesota 9 5 2 2 12 26 25 Dallas 9 5 4 0 10 28 25 St. Louis 9 2 4 3 7 29 36 PACIFIC DIVISION GP W L OT PTS GF GA Vancouver 11 6 5 0 12 31 35 San Jose 10 5 3 2 12 34 28 Anaheim 11 5 5 1 11 27 30 Calgary 10 5 5 0 10 33 36 Edmonton 8 4 3 1 9 22 26 Vegas 10 4 5 1 9 22 27 Arizona 9 4 5 0 8 19 19 Los Angeles 10 2 7 1 5 18 36 2 points for win, 1 point for overtime loss. Top 3 teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs.Thursdays GamesBuffalo 4, Montreal 3 Nashville 4, New Jersey 3, OT Boston 3, Philadelphia 0 Minnesota 4, Los Angeles 1 Columbus 7, St. Louis 4 Chicago 4, N.Y. Rangers 1 Dallas 5, Anaheim 2 Pittsburgh 9, Calgary 1 Edmonton 4, Washington 1 Arizona 4, Vancouver 1Fridays GamesTampa Bay 3, Vegas 2 Winnipeg 2, Detroit 1 Carolina 4, San Jose 3, SO Ottawa at Colorado, lateTodays GamesFlorida at New Jersey, noon N.Y. Islanders at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Edmonton at Nashville, 3 p.m. Washington at Calgary, 4 p.m. Buffalo at Columbus, 7 p.m. Winnipeg at Toronto, 7 p.m. Montreal at Boston, 7 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Chicago at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Tampa Bay at Arizona, 9 p.m. Pittsburgh at Vancouver, 10 p.m.LIGHTNING 3, GOLDEN KNIGHTS 2TAMPA BAY 2 1 0 „3 VEGAS 1 0 1 „2 First Period„1, Tampa Bay, Johnson 4, 3:05. 2, Vegas, Theodore 1 (Carpenter), 5:31. 3, Tampa Bay, Point 6 (Stamkos, Kucherov), 16:38. Penalties„Paquette, TB, (interference), 10:21; Point, TB, (holding), 14:02. Second Period„4, Tampa Bay, J.Miller 3 (Sergachev, Killorn), 4:47 (pp). Penalties„ Reaves, VGK, (holding), 3:08; Vegas bench, served by Reaves (delay of game), 4:47; Coburn, TB, (tripping), 8:20. Third Period„5, Vegas, Karlsson 3 (Tuch), 1:47 (pp). Penalties„Girardi, TB, (tripping), 1:16. Shots on Goal„Tampa Bay 6-16-1„23. Vegas 12-6-13„31. Power -play opportunities„Tampa Bay 1 of 2; Vegas 1 of 4. Goalies„Tampa Bay, Vasilevskiy 5-1-1 (31 shots-29 saves). Vegas, Fleury 4-4-1 (23-20). A„18,207 (17,367). T„2:39. Referees„Graham Skilliter, Kelly Sutherland. Linesmen„Derek Nansen, Andrew Smith.JETS 2, RED WINGS 1WINNIPEG 0 1 1 „2 DETROIT 1 0 0 „1 First Period„1, Detroit, Athanasiou 4 (Nielsen, Cholowski), 15:27 (pp). Penalties„Trouba, WPG, (interference), 14:00; Ericsson, DET, (hooking), 16:10. Second Period„2, Winnipeg, Connor 5 (Scheifele, Wheeler), 16:14 (pp). Penalties„ Athanasiou, DET, (slashing), 10:14; Athanasiou, DET, (slashing), 13:14; Bertuzzi, DET, (hooking), 15:43; Perreault, WPG, (hooking), 18:07. Third Period„3, Winnipeg, Byfuglien 2 (Chiarot, Tanev), 13:15. Penalties„Trouba, WPG, (interference), 0:26; Daley, DET, (holding), 6:01. Shots on Goal„Winnipeg 9-21-10„40. Detroit 14-4-10„28. Power -play opportunities„Winnipeg 1 of 5; Detroit 1 of 3. Goalies„Winnipeg, Brossoit 3-0-0 (28 shots-27 saves). Detroit, Howard 1-5-2 (40-38). A„19,515 (20,000). Referees„Brian Pochmara, Kevin Pollock. Linesmen„Scott Driscoll, James Tobias.HURRICANES 4, SHARKS 3, SOSAN JOSE 2 1 0 0 „3 CAROLINA 0 3 0 0 „4Carolina won shootout 1-0.First Period„1, San Jose, Suomela 1 (Burns, Kane), 6:37. 2, San Jose, Meier 6 (E.Karlsson, Burns), 8:16 (pp). Penalties„Teravainen, CAR, (hooking), 7:02; M.Karlsson, SJ, (slashing), 8:28. Second Period„3, Carolina, Hamilton 1 (Ferland, Teravainen), 1:12. 4, San Jose, Hertl 4 (Couture, Labanc), 5:47 (pp). 5, Carolina, McGinn 1, 10:07. 6, Carolina, Teravainen 2 (Aho), 15:14. Penalties„Wallmark, CAR, (slashing), 4:28; Ferland, CAR, (slashing), 6:08; E.Karlsson, SJ, (slashing), 7:09. Third Period„None. Penalties„None. Overtime„None. Penalties„None. Shootout„San Jose 0 (Couture NG, Pavelski NG, Donskoi NG), Carolina 1 (Williams NG, McGinn G, Aho NG). Shots on Goal„San Jose 11-5-5-2„23. Carolina 8-16-11-6„41. Power -play opportunities„San Jose 2 of 3; Carolina 0 of 2. Goalies„San Jose, Dell 1-0-2 (41 shots-38 saves). Carolina, Mrazek 3-2-1 (23-20). A„12,311 (18,680). T„2:42. Referees„Jake Brenk, Eric Furlatt. Linesmen„ Derek Amell, Greg Devorski.AHLAll times EasternEASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION GP W L OL SOL PTS GF GA Charlotte 7 6 1 0 0 12 25 14 Spring“eld 6 4 0 0 2 10 28 16 Hartford 9 4 4 1 0 9 28 33 Lehigh Valley 7 4 2 0 1 9 31 29 WB/Scranton 6 4 2 0 0 8 20 16 Bridgeport 7 3 3 1 0 7 20 25 Providence 7 2 4 1 0 5 22 26 Hershey 8 2 5 0 1 5 17 27 NORTH DIVISION GP W L OL SOL PTS GF GA Rochester 8 5 2 1 0 11 32 28 Cleveland 8 5 3 0 0 10 25 22 Utica 9 4 5 0 0 8 30 35 Binghamton 8 4 4 0 0 8 21 28 Laval 8 3 4 1 0 7 21 22 Toronto 8 3 4 0 1 7 31 35 Belleville 7 3 4 0 0 6 22 20 Syracuse 5 2 3 0 0 4 14 16 WESTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL DIVISION GP W L OL SOL PTS GF GA Milwaukee 8 6 1 1 0 13 32 24 Chicago 7 5 1 0 1 11 31 20 Texas 7 4 1 1 1 10 26 22 Rockford 7 4 2 1 0 9 26 23 Manitoba 6 3 3 0 0 6 16 23 Iowa 5 3 2 0 0 6 21 13 Grand Rapids 6 2 4 0 0 4 16 24 San Antonio 8 1 7 0 0 2 15 27 PACIFIC DIVISION GP W L OL SOL PTS GF GA San Jose 7 5 1 0 1 11 27 16 Colorado 6 4 1 1 0 9 19 15 Tucson 6 4 1 0 1 9 20 18 San Diego 5 3 2 0 0 6 21 20 Stockton 6 2 3 1 0 5 20 31 Ontario 7 1 3 2 1 5 25 36 Bakers“eld 5 2 3 0 0 4 17 152 points for win, 1 point for OT/shootout lossThursdays GamesNo games scheduledFridays GamesSyracuse at Toronto, late Grand Rapids at Belleville, late Hershey at WB/Scranton, late Utica at Rochester, late Charlotte at Binghamton, late Cleveland at Milwaukee, late Chicago at Texas, late Colorado at Iowa, late San Jose at San Antonio, late Tucson at Ontario, late Stockton at San Diego, 1lateTodays GamesManitoba at Milwaukee, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Rockford, 7 p.m. WB/Scranton at Hershey, 7 p.m. Charlotte at Syracuse, 7 p.m. Grand Rapids at Belleville, 7 p.m. Laval at Rochester, 7:05 p.m. Providence at Spring“eld, 7:05 p.m. Lehigh Valley at Binghamton, 7:05 p.m. Bridgeport at Hartford, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Texas, 8 p.m. Colorado at Iowa, 8 p.m. Stockton at Bakers“eld, 10 p.m. Tucson at San Diego, 10 p.m.GOLFWORLD GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPSHSBC CHAMPIONSFridays leaders at Sheshan International Golf Club, Shanghai. Purse: $10 million. Yardage: 7,261; Par: 72Second RoundTony Finau 66-67„133 Patrick Reed 64-72„136 Justin Rose 69-67„136 Tommy Fleetwood 68-68„136 Xander Schauffele 66-71„137 Patrick Cantlay 70-68„138 Kyle Stanley 70-69„139 Kiradech Aphibarnrat 68-71„139 Keegan Bradley 69-70„139 Emiliano Grillo 70-69„139 Thomas Pieters 75-64„139 Pat Perez 70-69„139 Ryan Fox 70-70„140 Billy Horschel 68-72„140 Ian Poulter 69-71„140 Rafa Cabrera Bello 68-73„141 Andrew Putnam 70-71„141 Paul Casey 73-68„141 Alexander Levy 71-70„141 Jason Day 71-70„141 Tyrrell Hatton 72-70„142 Adam Scott 69-73„142 Hideki Matsuyama 72-70„142 Adam Hadwin 74-68„142 Andy Sullivan 72-71„143 Chez Reavie 70-73„143 Branden Grace 72-71„143 Andrea Pavan 72-71„143 George Coetzee 69-74„143 Alex Noren 74-69„143 Thorbjorn Olesen 75-69„144 Gaganjeet Bhullar 72-72„144 C.T. Pan 68-76„144 Matt Wallace 69-75„144 Wenchong Liang 72-73„145 Alexander Bjork 70-75„145 Haotong Li 73-72„145 Patton Kizzire 74-71„145 Satoshi Kodaira 72-73„145 Brian Harman 73-73„146 Byeong Hun an 75-71„146 Scott Vincent 73-73„146 Sihwan Kim 72-74„146 Brooks Koepka 72-74„146 John Catlin 75-71„146 Matthew Fitzpatrick 67-80„147 Dustin Johnson 74-73„147 Justin Harding 76-71„147 JC Ritchie 71-76„147 Jason Norris 74-73„147 Adrian Otaegui 72-75„147 Sanghyun Park 77-71„148 Xinjun Zhang 72-76„148 Oliver Bekker 77-71„148 Adam Bland 72-76„148 Cameron Smith 76-72„148 Erik van Rooyen 76-72„148 Jason Scrivener 75-74„149 Julian Suri 74-75„149 Rory McIlroy 72-77„149 Yechun Yuan 78-71„149 Kevin Na 75-74„149 Charley Hoffman 74-75„149 Yuta Ikeda 75-74„149 Jon Rahm 73-76„149 Jorge Campillo 73-77„150 Francesco Molinari 76-75„151 Russell Knox 74-77„151 Brandt Snedeker 75-76„151 Lucas Bjerregaard 77-74„151 Ashun Wu 73-80„153 Brett Rumford 73-80„153 Brandon Stone 74-80„154 Yanwei Liu 75-79„154 Bowen Xiao 76-79„155 Yuki Inamori 74-82„156 Shubhankar Sharma 80-80„160PGA TOURSANDERSON F ARMS CHAMPIONSHIPFridays leaders at Country Club of Jackson, Jackson, Miss. Purse: $4.4 million. Yardage: 7,440; Par: 72First RoundCameron Champ 34-31„65 Cameron Tringale 32-34„66 Rory Sabbatini 36-31„67 D.J. Trahan 35-32„67 Andres Romero 33-34„67 Chad Ramey 34-33„67 Robert Streb 34-33„67 Seth Reeves 33-34„67 Shawn Stefani 33-35„68 Scott Langley 34-34„68 Jonathan Byrd 34-34„68 Jhonattan Vegas 36-32„68 Scottie Schef”er 34-34„68 Matt Every 34-34„68 Robert Garrigus 37-31„68 Lucas Glover 35-33„68 Norman Xiong 32-36„68 Nick Taylor 35-34„69 Sam Saunders 36-33„69 Richy Werenski 35-34„69 Vaughn Taylor 32-37„69 Kevin Streelman 35-34„69 Sam Burns 36-33„69 Fabian Gomez 34-35„69 Hudson Swafford 33-36„69 Dawson Armstrong 36-33„69 Carlos Ortiz 36-33„69 Nate Lashley 32-37„69 Curtis Luck 35-34„69 Alex Cejka 34-36„70 Scott Stallings 38-32„70 Kevin Stadler 35-35„70 Billy Hurley III 34-36„70 Patrick Rodgers 36-34„70 J.J. Henry 35-35„70 Sepp Straka 37-33„70 Adam Schenk 36-34„70 Brandon Hagy 35-35„70 Alex Prugh 34-36„70 Bill Haas 36-34„70 Ryan Armour 34-36„70 Harold Varner III 36-34„70 Doug Ghim 33-37„70 Nicholas Lindheim 35-35„70 Brady Schnell 34-36„70 Martin Piller 36-34„70 Kevin Dougherty 35-35„70 Seamus Power 36-35„71 George McNeill 37-34„71 John Huh 35-36„71 Denny McCarthy 35-36„71 John Chin 35-36„71 Corey Conners 36-35„71 Tom Lovelady 35-36„71 Talor Gooch 36-35„71 Julian Etulain 37-34„71

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Florida GatorsBy MARK LONGAP SPORTS WRITERJACKSONVILLE, Fla. „ Dan Mullen remembered the outcomes, but he couldnt quite recall the details. So he went searching for the Florida-Georgia box scores from his “rst stint (2005-08) with the Gators. It was an enjoyable refresher course. Mullen went 3-1 against the Bulldogs as Floridas offensive coordinator, including two wins that helped propel the team to Southeastern Conference and national championships. The last one was his most memorable, a 49-10 victory that was essentially over early enough for Mullen to spend the “nal few minutes on the sideline instead of the coaches booth. I didnt always get to experience all that fun stuff on the “eld back then,Ž he said. So to come down on the “eld for the last two minutes of the game was pretty cool.Ž Mullen begins a new chapter in the Worlds Largest Outdoor Cocktail PartyŽ when No. 9 Florida (6-1, 4-1 SEC) and seventh-ranked Georgia (6-1, 4-1) meet in Jacksonville for the 83rd time in the last 86 years Saturday. For Mullen, who returned to Gainesville after nearly a decade at Mississippi State, the rivalry hasnt changed a bit. It has ultra-high stakes and title-game aspirations. Florida and Georgia enter the neutral-site game ranked inside the top 10 for the “rst time since 2008, and the winner likely will wind up close to the fourth spot in the “rst edition of the College Football Playoff rankings next week. The loser probably can forget about playing for a national championship or getting to Atlanta for the SEC title game. If youre not amped up this game or youre not excited, youre screwed up in the head,Ž Florida guard Tyler Jordan said. ESPNs College GameDay as well as SEC Nation will broadcast live a few hundred yards apart, the “rst time theyve been at the same venue on the same day during the regular season. Its also the “rst game in a two-week span that will showcase the SECs top teams, with top-ranked Alabama visiting No. 4 LSU next Saturday night. It wont be about what we say or how we say it,Ž third-year Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. Itll be about who plays well on the “eld and who controls the line of scrimmage that will be the key to this game. Its not waving a magic wand or some guy giving a speech in the locker room. Its really just work.Ž The Bulldogs got outworked at LSU two weeks ago falling behind 16-0 in the “rst half and losing 3616. The Tigers ran for 275 yards and took advantage of four turnovers. Georgia has spent the last two weeks stewing over their performance. You kind of need things like sometimes to kind of humble you and put things in perspective, just to show how much more you have to work for,Ž defensive end Jonathan Ledbetter said. You might have thought you were playing pretty well, doing everything the right way, but theres always room for improvement. Youve got to “x those areas.Ž Florida has come a long way since losing to Kentucky in early September. The Gators have won “ve in a row while making strides on both sides of the ball. They also havent forgotten last years 42-7 debacle in Jacksonville They spent the week dealing with fallout from coach Jim McElwains alleged death threats and were told just before the game that McElwain likely would be gone after Guys are still feeling that pain from last year,Ž Gators running back Lamical Perine said. Theres a lot of fuel from that.Ž Here are some other things to know about Florida and Georgia:Ground gamesGeorgia has the best rushing attack in the conference, with Elijah Holy“eld and DAndre Swift combining to gain 850 yards and eight touchdowns. Florida counters with a three-man rotation that features Jordan Scarlett, Perine and freshman Dameon Pierce. Smart called the running game criticalŽ to the outcome. You look at the history of the Georgia-Florida game, which weve done and shown our players,Ž he said. The team that leads it in rushing tends to win.Ž COLLEGE FOOTBALL: South FloridaBy JEREMY RAKESASSOCIATED PRESSHOUSTON „ South Florida coach Charlie Strong is looking for more consistency from his team after it was tested by UConn last week. The No. 21 Bulls (7-0, 3-0 American) will look to set a record for the best start in school history „ while also keeping pace with fellow undefeated UCF atop the American Athletics East Division „ when they visit Houston (6-1, 3-0) on Saturday. We have to be consistent, and thats what we havent been,Ž Strong said. We might play a really good half of defense and then the next week is bad. You play a really bad half of offense and then the next half is good, so the consistency is what we need to get and we need to put it all together.Ž The Bulls hung on for a 38-30 win over the Huskies after a sluggish “rst half. Despite piling up 611 yards, including 346 yards rushing, South Florida had to put together a strong second half to get the win. Its about executing,Ž Strong said. You look at our offense, and I think we are the No. 11 offense in the country averaging over 600 yards. We can score with people, and once we get going, we have enough weapons we can match people.Ž The Cougars will be a tough road test with a dynamic offense and a defense led by defensive tackle Ed Oliver, who is expected to be a top pick in next years draft. For the Bulls, who remain in the conversation for the possible of Group of Five spot in New Years Six bowls, the game is the biggest they have had this season. We know what we are up against,Ž Strong said. We know we are going into someone elses territory. I told them its going to be a hornets nest. We just have to be game ready to take on anything that comes at us.ŽOliver questionableHouston coach Major Applewhite listed Oliver as questionable for the game with a bruised knee early in the week. Oliver, who has been discussed in the Heisman Trophy conversation, has 51 tackles, 13 tackles for losses and three sacks this season.Cronkrite goes for recordSouth Florida running back Jordan Cronkrite is looking for his sixth straight 100-yard rushing game, which would set a Bulls record. Quinton Flowers in 2016 and Marlon Mack in 2015 each had “ve straight 100-yard rushing games. Cronkite, who rushed for 103 yards against UConn, has rushed for 860 yards and six touchdowns this season. Jordans a complete back,Ž Strong said. Hes big and strong enough where he can run inside. Then hes quick enough where he can get outside and outrun people. Hes physical enough where he can take on any type of pass-rusher.ŽCougar kingQuarterback DEriq King rallied the Cougars for a 28-24 win at South Florida last season, the Bulls “rst loss of the year. King, who threw for 137 yards and a touchdown and rushed for a game-winning 20-yard touchdown with 11 seconds left, has started every game this season. He has thrown for 1,984 yards and 23 touchdowns and ran for another nine scores. What hes done from that point on is where all the credit goes,Ž Applewhite said. How hard hes worked, the time hes put in with coach (Kendall) Briles and his teammates, and continuing to strengthen his leadership role and strengthen the competitive muscle of our football team. He is a tough, “erce competitor and you have to have that at quarterback and hes done a great job.ŽFreshmen contributing on usf defenseRedshirt freshmen Mekhi LaPointe and Nick Roberts led the Bulls defense last week with 11 and 10 tackles, respectively, and Roberts had a 61yard interception return to set up a late touchdown. Roberts is second on the team with 46 tackles and two interceptions, while LaPointe has 30 tackles, including two for losses. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Five ThingsBy STEVE MEGARGEEAP SPORTS WRITERThis is shaping up as a week of rest for many of the top playoff contenders. No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 LSU have open dates this week as they prepare for their Nov. 3 showdown at Baton Rouge. No. 5 Michigan also is off before hosting No. 17 Penn State next week. That leaves No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Notre Dame as the only top-“ve teams playing this week. Clemson visits Florida State while Notre Dame faces Navy in San Diego. Both should be on upset alert. Each of the last three weeks, a team ranked in the top “ve has lost. LSU was “fth when it fell to Florida on Oct. 6, Georgia was second before losing at LSU two weeks ago and Purdue upset a second-ranked Ohio State team last week. Heres a rundown of some things to know heading into the seasons seventh weekend.Best gameNo. 7 Georgia vs. No. 9 Florida in Jacksonville, Florida Florida and Georgia are tied for the SEC Eastern Division lead with No. 12 Kentucky, which already beat Florida and will host Georgia next week. The Bulldogs and Gators also still hold out playoff hopes. Each teams had two weeks to prepare for this game. Georgia will be playing for the “rst time since its 36-16 loss at LSU. This game represents a second chance for Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks, who went 7 of 19 for 30 yards and was sacked “ve times in a 42-7 loss to Georgia last year Florida had beaten Georgia three straight times before last years game.Heisman watchPurdue WR Rondale Moore No true freshman has ever won the Heisman Trophy, but Moore is performing well enough that he should at least merit consideration for a trip to New York if he keeps up this pace. Moore has gained 179.9 all-purpose yards per game to rank second among all Football Bowl Subdivision players behind only Memphis Darrell Henderson. Moore has 57 catches for 728 yards and seven touchdowns while also rushing for 163 yards on only 11 carries. And returns punts and kicks. In Purdues 49-20 victory over Ohio State, Moore caught 12 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns. Moore will try to build on that performance Saturday when Purdue visits Michigan State.Numbers to know2.39 „ Average per carry allowed by No. 23 Utah, the best in FBS The Utes are at UCLA on Friday night. 4 „ Clemson is attempting to become the “rst team to beat Florida State in Atlantic Coast Conference play in four straight seasons. Miami beat Florida State six straight times from 2000-04 but didnt join the ACC until 2004. 6-1 „ The road team has won six of the last seven meetings in the Oklahoma-Kansas State series. The only victory by a home team during that stretch was an Oklahoma 38-17 victory in 2016 The eighth-ranked Sooners are at home and favored by 24 over Kansas State. 54.5 „ Thats the punting average of Texas A&Ms Braden Mann, which puts him on an NCAA record pace. The highest single-season average by an FBS punter who attempted at least 36 punts was 50.3, set by LSUs Chad Kessler in 1997. 150 „If No. 18 Iowa wins Saturday at Penn State, Kirk Ferentz would become just the “fth coach in Big Ten history to earn 150 career wins at a Big Ten school. The others are Woody Hayes (202), Amos Alonzo Stagg (199), Bo Schembechler (194) and Joe Paterno (162). 1977 „ The last year Kentucky posted a winning record in Southeastern Conference competition. The 12th-ranked Wildcats (6-1, 4-1 SEC) can clinch a winning record in league play Saturday with a road victory at Missouri.Under the radarNo. 21 South Florida at Houston South Florida, one of “ve remaining unbeaten FBS teams, will put that perfect record on the line Saturday when it visits Houston in the American Athletic Conference. Houston (6-1, 3-0 American) leads the West Division and has won four straight since losing 63-49 at Texas Tech USF (7-0, 3-0) is one of three East Division teams unbeaten in league play along with No. 10 Central Florida (7-0, 4-0) and Temple (5-3, 4-0). USFs Jordan Cronkrite has rushed for at least 100 yards in “ve straight games. Houstons defensive line features Ed Oliver, whose status for the USF game is uncertain after he bruised a knee last week in a 49-36 victory over Navy .Hot seat watchLarry Fedora, North Carolina Fedora owns a 44-39 record in his seven seasons at North Carolina, but hes lost 16 of his last 20 games. North Carolina was ranked 15th in November 2016 when it fell to Duke, starting a tailspin that hasnt stopped. The Tar Heels dropped three of their last four games in 2016 „ the lone win coming against FCS program The Citadel „ and went 3-9 last year. North Carolina (1-5) carries a four-game losing streak into Saturdays game at Virginia. Fedora is under contract through the 2022 season, a deal agreed to after the Tar Heels won the ACCs Coastal Division in 2015. A buyout could cost UNC around $12 million. COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Florida StateBy PETE IACOBELLIAP SPORTS WRITERFlorida State tailback Cam Akers thinks the Seminoles might “nally have found their footing this season. Theyll surely need it with No. 2 Clemson in Tallahassee. Florida State (4-3, 2-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) has won three of its past four games after a dreadful start under “rst-year coach Willie Taggart that had some fans wondering if another dark, freefall was ahead for the former powerhouse program. Akers said his teams 3817 win over Wake Forest last week was a breakthrough for him after a two-touchdown performance „ one of them on a 58-yard burst. He said hes ready to build on that against the Tigers (7-0, 4-0). It just makes me want more,Ž Akers said. A weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I dont want to stop there.Ž Akers will have his hands full, though, to keep that going. Clemson enters fourth in the ACC in rushing yards allowed at 107 a game. It has permitted just six rushing TDs, just one off the fewest in league. Weve just got to turn it up a notch,Ž Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois said. We know theyre going to come ready to play. We know theyve got one of the best (defensive lines) in the country, if not the best in the country. So weve got to prepare like that.Ž The Tigers hope to keep doing what theyve done much of the season. They come off their most dominating performance so far, a 41-7 pummeling of No. 22 North Carolina State in what was billed as a tight showdown between the ACCs last two undefeated teams. I think were in a really good spot for this stage,Ž Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. The Tigers enter with the ACCs top rusher in Travis Etienne, who has rushed for three touchdowns in each of their past three games. Etienne has 14 rushing TDs this season, which is tied for most in the FBS with Florida Atlantics Devin Singletary. Some other things to watch when No. 2 Clemson plays at Florida State:Clemson motivationTigers coach Dabo Swinney drove home the point all week that despite Florida States early struggles, the Seminoles are dangerous, talented and capable of playing with the Tigers. He also made sure his players knew Clemson had never won two straight games at Florida State. Thats something weve thought about,Ž Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins said.Lawrences timeClemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence looked poised and polished in leading the Tigers to the win over North Carolina State. Lawrence, the long-haired, strong-armed freshman, threw for a career best 308 yards in his third college start. Lawrence expects to build on that showing at Florida State.Close callFlorida State quarterback Deondre Francois recalled the shootout with Clemson two years ago where the Tigers rallied for a 37-34 victory. The Seminoles had a chance to answer after Clemsons go-ahead TD with 2:06 to go, but Francois said the team made too many mistakes and couldnt execute on the “nal drive. That just keeps replaying in my head,Ž he said.Not buying itClemson coach Dabo Swinney brushed off talk that Doak S. Campbell Stadium will be half-“lled and dull because of an expected Tiger blowout. This is Clemson-Florida State,Ž he said. I know there will be a really good crowd. Ill be very surprised if theres not.ŽTurning tideThe once lopsided series with Florida State and Clemson is turning in the Tigers favor. The Seminoles had won 11 straight in the series after joining the ACC. Clemson, though, has won eight of 15 meetings between 2003 and 2017. A win Saturday would be Clemsons fourth straight over FSU, a “rst for the Tigers.Floridas Dan Mullen returns to high-stakes Cocktail Party Recent history says No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 ND should be wary Florida State looks for breakthrough win ClemsonSouth Florida visits Houston

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The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7By JOE KAYAP SPORTS WRITERCINCINNATI „ With their defense unable to stop anybody, the Buccaneers “red their coordinator and got a better showing „ and a slump-busting win „ the next time out. The Bengals wont be doing anything so drastic, even though theyve got signi“cant issues that came to the forefront during their second-worst drubbing under coach Marvin Lewis. All they can do is hope players get healthy and things get better before it all slips away. Their matchup Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium could be a pivotal moment heading into the seasons midpoint. I still believe were in great shape,Ž Bengals receiver Tyler Boyd said. I dont think were a bad team or were coming off a week we cant overcome. But weve got to tighten up now.Ž Tampa Bay (3-3) ended a three-game slide that cost defensive coordinator Mike Smith his job. He was replaced last week by former Bucs assistant coach Mark Duffner, who simpli“ed the game plan. The Buccaneers held Cleveland to 305 total yards and had “ve sacks during a 26-23 overtime victory The showing was encouraging, and so is the upcoming schedule. Tampa Bay is nearing the end of a stretch of four road games out of “ve, with one more at Carolina next week. Then the Buccaneers play four of “ve at home. How we won the game Sunday „ if we continue doing that, I think well be “ne,Ž said defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who has had a sack in each of the last “ve games. Its not so clear cut for the Bengals (4-3), who have squandered much of their fast start with a last-minute home loss to Pittsburgh and a 45-10 loss at Kansas City last Sunday night. The defense got shredded for 551 yards, the offense managed a season-low 239 total yards, and there were missed tackles and botched plays that “gured in their second-biggest margin of defeat during Lewis 16 seasons. The game on Sunday begins a favorable stretch for the Bengals: four of “ve at home. Theyve already fallen out of “rst place in the AFC North and cant slip any more behind. This game is important for us, and we want to end the “rst half of the season the right way,Ž quarterback Andy Dalton said. Five things to watch at Paul Brown Stadium:Better DThe Buccaneers defense was much better vs. Cleveland, but it still ranks last in pass defense. Middle linebacker Kwon Alexander and backup linebacker Jack Cichy suffered season-ending knee injuries against the Browns, forcing a shuf”e at the position. Adarius Taylor moves from outside linebacker to the middle, and Devante Bond „ who rejoined the team last week after being released in September „ takes over at the outside spot. Thats a great linebacker we lost,Ž Pierre-Paul said of Alexander.Third timeJameis Winston makes his third start since returning from a suspension for violating the NFLs personal conduct policy. The Buccaneers offense is ranked No. 1 in the league. Winston threw for 365 yards against the Browns but was sacked four times, threw a pair of interceptions and lost a fumble, a reminder of his biggest problem: turnovers. Its costing us points and putting us at risk,Ž offensive coordinator Todd Monken said.Daltons challengeDalton got off to his best start since 2015 throwing for 11 touchdowns in the “rst four games. The offense has stalled in the last three, with Dalton throwing for only four touchdowns. The Bengals have been hurt by the loss of two tight ends and running back Giovani Bernard. They were one-dimensional in the drubbing at Kansas City, with receiver A.J. Green accounting for 110 of their 139 total yards in the “rst half. Theyll be looking to get running back Joe Mixon and the other receivers more heavily involved against the Buccaneers. A.J. is going to get his „ he deserves it, and he should,Ž Dalton said. Hes a big part of why this offense has been successful throughout the years. But if we can spread the ball around, it helps.ŽFlat and flattenedThe Bengals defense played its sloppiest game in Kansas City, with missed tackles helping the Chiefs pile up those 551 yards. Cincinnatis defense is ranked second to last in the league in yards allowed and third worst in points allowed. Weve just got to have that “re,Ž cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick said. We didnt play with enough “re.ŽOld friendsLewis and Bucs coach Dirk Koetter have been close friends since they were teammates at Idaho State from 1978-80. They were in each others weddings. They remain close even as they get set to try to beat each other. When youre playing each other, I dont know if youd say its special because both guys want their team to win,Ž Koetter said. Well be rooting against each other.Ž NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL: Houston Texans NFL NFL: Miami DolphinsBucs out of tailspin, Bengals in 1 as midpoint approaches AP PHOTOAt left, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (3) runs during the second half of an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears, in Chicago. At right, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) works against the Atlanta Falcons during the second half of an NFL football game, in Atlanta. By KRISTIE RIEKENAP SPORTS WRITERHOUSTON „ Texans receiver Will Fuller has a torn knee ligament and will miss the rest of the season, a big blow to a team that has won “ve in a row and is coming off a high-scoring victory. He was injured during the fourth quarter Thursday night against Miami when he became entangled with a defender and tumbled to the ground. Coach Bill OBrien said Friday he doesnt know when Fuller will have surgery to repair the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. Im very disappointed for Will because Wills a great guy,Ž OBrien said. Hes really been playing at a high level.Ž Fuller had a season-high 124 yards receiving with a 73-yard touchdown on Thursday before the injury. He had 503 yards receiving and four touchdowns in seven games this season. The third-year player was a “rst-round pick in 2016. The Texans ran up a season-high 42 points against the Dolphins and have recovered from their 0-3 start to the season. At 5-3, they are leading the AFC South. If you go through every team, everybodys dealing with injuries,Ž OBrien said. Its such a cliche, but the coaching staff, the players, we all have to pitch in and “gure it out and “gure out how were going to construct the offense. And maybe some things will be the same and maybe some things will be a little bit different.Ž The loss of Fuller is the latest setback for a team which played without receiver Keke Coutee on Thursday night. The rookie, a fourth-round pick, injured his hamstring last Sunday against Jacksonville after missing the “rst three games of the season with a different hamstring injury. Since Houston doesnt play again until a trip to Denver on Nov. 4, there is a possibility that Coutee will be healthy by then.Texans Will Fuller out for season with torn knee ligament By JORDAN GODWINASSOCIATED PRESSHOUSTON „ Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase couldnt hide his irritation with the teams defense after a 42-23 loss to the Houston Texans on Thursday night. Weve got to get better fast,Ž he said. The Dolphins allowed a season high in points on a night Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson matched a career best with “ve touchdown passes, including ones of 73 and 49 yards. When asked if second-year defensive coordinator Matt Burkes job was at stake, Gase said he hadnt considered making a major change to his defensive staff. But added that the coaches need to evaluate why the defense is giving up what he called a massive amount of yardage.Ž They try to get everything patched up as fast as possible,Ž Gase said of the staff. These guys were hired because I liked them when we were coming into the situation we were in. I trusted Matt to get this thing going in the right direction. There were a lot of good things that had happened over the last two years,Ž he continued. Weve just got to “gure out where are out issues. Is it players? Is it schemes? We have to evaluate that, and we cant be afraid to change if we have to.Ž Miamis rush defense, which entered the week ranked 29th in the NFL by allowing 136.7 yards a game, allowed Houston another 188 rushing yards on 5.4 yards per carry. Former Dolphins running back Lamar Miller had 133 rushing yards on 18 carries, including a 2-yard touchdown run. Linebacker Cameron Wake, a “ve-time Pro Bowler, defended Burke, saying: Hes good,Ž and placed most of the blame on player performance. Theres no magic pill, there is no secret „ its defense,Ž Wake said. Each player has a gap or a man or a zone, whatever it is. At some point, the ball is going to get there, and someone is accountable for that. Every man for 60 minutes has to be there. Well “nd that guy whos not doing what theyre supposed to be doing.Ž After a 3-0 start to the season with wins over the Titans, Jets and Raiders, the Dolphins have slumped to fall to 4-4. We didnt get this one, but at the same time, four weeks ago, everybody was all ”owers and cotton candy and puppies and all that,Ž Wake said. Its not a situation where the sky is falling, but youve got to look at yourself in the mirror, each man from top to bottom and ask: What is your role and are you ful“lling that role?Ž With starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill still sidelined with a shoulder injury, the Dolphins turned to Brock Osweiler for a third straight game. In his return to Houston, where he spent one season, Osweiler completed 21 of 37 passes for 241 yards, no touchdowns and an interception. Receiver DeVante Parker had 134 yards on six catches. We need to learn from it and get back to work,Ž Osweiler said. Coach Gase just told us in the locker room that we need to hone in on the details of our system, and hes exactly right.Ž After Thursdays loss, Gase said he didnt know if Tannehill would be healthy in time for Miamis next game on Nov. 4 against the Jets and that hed worry about that next week.Miamis defense struggles in loss to TexansBy BARRY WILNERAP PRO FOOTBALL WRITERNEW YORK „ Sometimes its not the quarterback who has fallen apart, its the quarterbacking situation that has gone wrong. Fans and expertsŽ can scream all they want about Eli Manning, Blake Bortles and Derek Carr. The truth is, Manning likely isnt washed up, Bortles should never be counted on as the go-to guy on offense, and Carr doesnt seem to have the con“dence of the old/new coach. While the Patriots, Saints and Packers can relax knowing they have Hall of Fame-quality QBs, and the Steelers, Chargers and Seahawks have men behind center who could be in that company, a bunch of teams have predicaments at the key offensive position. And its not necessarily the players involved who should be the targets of all the criticism. Take Buffalo, for example. Bills faithful were so thrilled to see their team break that ridiculously long playoff drought that they ignored or pushed aside the fact the Bills are not real talented. Well coached for sure, but not brimming with stars. Then management messed up the backup QB con“guration by acquiring, then getting rid of, AJ McCarron after having traded away Tyrod Taylor, who helped get them to the postseason for the “rst time since the turn of the century. Sure, going after Josh Allen in the “rst round of the draft made sense. Sticking him in behind a depleted and under-skilled line and with no true No. 1 receivers does not. Whats going on in Jacksonville is another example of much of the blame being misplaced. No, Bortles has not earned his keep this season, but hes been inconsistent throughout his “ve-year pro career, and there was no reason to believe hed become an All-Pro. Thats not what the Jaguars were looking for, anyway „ though they would have taken it. They want to pound the ball with Leonard Fournette, but hes been injured almost as often as hes been healthy. And they wanted to rely on their defense, which has sprung leaks. Bortles strength is as a complementary piece. When he has to be a focal point, he tends to ”op. Then theres Manning, whose two Super Bowl rings should have earned him a lot more respect and leeway than the New York fans or tabloids are willing to dole out. Manning hasnt lost his grit, his intelligence or his arm strength. What hes lost is a semblance of protection from an offensive line weaker than any other than perhaps Buffalos. Manning also is in a new offensive system for the third time in four years. If thats a problem for a veteran quarterback „ and it is „ imagine how challenging it is for the relative kids. Rich Gannon, the 2002 NFL MVP who spent much of his career mastering difference schemes and now dissects them as one of the most insightful NFL TV analysts, points directly to system change as a culprit for poor quarterback play in some cities. Different systems are the most dysfunctional situation you can have,Ž Gannon says. A guy like Alex Smith, look at what he went through with all the coordinators in his “rst seven years in the league (in San Francisco). Its crazy, and the player is never able to grow in a system. I think you see it with Mariota; Marcus is not able to grow with a system because of all those changes, and you are stunting their growth when you do it. Suppose I say to you in the “rst year, we are going to learn German together. Then I come to you the next year, we are going to learn Spanish. The next year its French, then Polish. You have nothing to fall back on and that is what is happening with a lot of these situations. They draft a guy and in his “rst year they put him through that? You cant let the system change around the quarterback. One of the biggest reasons that Mike McCarthy and Aaron, Sean Payton and Drew, or Tom and the Patriots have had so much success is (continuity). When Charlie Weis was getting ready to leave, the Patriots didnt look outside, they stayed in the building and hired someone you didnt know, Josh McDaniels. When Josh left (for Denver), they promoted Bill OBrien. Then Josh returned.Ž Gannon also notes that putting novice quarterbacks on the “eld so early is a recipe for failure because of the practice limitations in the offseason and regular season. You can cram all kinds of stuff into their heads, and some playbooks stack high enough to use as Olympic diving boards. Its all about reps, right? Repetition is the mother of learning,Ž he says. These rookies arent getting the reps. We have the rules where when they are in college and its not until they graduate can you get them in to the program. Then they took away quarterback school and some of the learning in the spring (through the CBA). Most of them are not getting the reps initially „ Allen and (Jets rookie Sam) Darnold werent getting a ton, even (Clevelands top overall draftee) Baker May“eld wasnt because they were going with Tyrod Taylor. Then Tyrod gets hurt and they go, Now well give you all the reps. Thats on Sept. 10. Cant work like that.ŽSometimes its not the QB who is to blame for failings

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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, October 27, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTPeriods of sun; less humid Partly cloudyHIGH 83 LOW 6110% chance of rain 5% chance of rainSunshine and pleasant with low humidity79 / 550% chance of rain SUNDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATURENice with plenty of sun85 / 600% chance of rain MONDAYPleasant with plenty of sunshine86 / 640% chance of rain TUESDAYPartly sunny and nice87 / 6725% chance of rain THURSDAYBeautiful with sunshine and patchy clouds87 / 6810% chance of rain WEDNESDAY 0 2 3 4 2 0 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent absent 050100150200300500 470-50 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 VENICE758086878277Air Quality Index readings as of FridayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Friday Sebring through 2 p.m. Friday Venice through 2 p.m. Friday24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 2.60Ž Normal month to date 2.60Ž Year to date 58.88Ž Normal year to date 46.63Ž Record 0.70Ž (1993) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 1.50Ž Normal month to date 3.16Ž Year to date 40.26Ž Normal year to date 45.93Ž Record 0.70Ž (1993) High/Low 88/72 Normal High/Low 85/64 Record High 91 (2010) Record Low 49 (1982) High/Low 87/68 High/Low 86/79 Normal High/Low 83/64 Record High 92 (2003) Record Low 47 (1968)Pollen Index readings as of Friday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. 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Q: Is low pressure associated with rising or sinking air?A: Rising air. 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 83/61 82/56 86/60 86/61 80/57 81/55 84/57 84/56 85/58 79/59 78/62 83/67 82/63 84/61 81/57 85/59 85/61 84/59 83/59 79/56 79/57 79/54 79/54 79/61 80/57 79/65 83/64 80/61 83/58 78/59 81/62 79/56 80/60 77/64 82/67 84/63 83/63 83/61Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018 NASCAR: Chase ElliottBy JENNA FRYERAP AUTO RACING WRITERCHARLOTTE, N.C. „ Chase Elliott “rst had to “gure out how to stop losing races before he could “nd his way to victory lane. It took probably a dozen defeats in NASCARs Cup Series before Elliott stepped up on the road course at Watkins Glen to “nally close out his “rst win. That August victory locked him into the playoffs, and he bookended the second round of the championship chase with victories at Dover and Kansas. Now Elliott is on to the third round of the playoffs „ winner of two of the last three races, and three of the last 11 dating to his Watkins Glen breakthrough „ and is perhaps a legitimate title contender. Once that “rst victory was out of the way, Elliott switched into another gear knowing he could win at the highest level. Crew chief Alan Gustafson likened it to a change in mental approach that all athletes face. I always feel like when youre in a situation, whatever it is, if youre shooting a foul shot, hitting a golf shot, racing a car, when you come up to the foul line, is your mind saying to yourself, Im going to make it? Or Im going to miss it? That psychology is a huge part of success,Ž Gustafson said. As you get con“dence and wins, you make foul shots, when you get to the line you know youre going to make them. I dont feel like his personality has changed, but I think now when he looks at that opportunity, he is looking at it more like Yes, I can do this instead of the 100 things that can go wrong.Ž And plenty of things went wrong for Elliott after he won the X“nity Series championship in 2014, when he was 18 and “nally eligible to run a full NASCAR season. Plans were formed in 2015 for his move to the big leagues with Hendrick Motorsports as the replacement for retiring four-time champion Jeff Gordon. Elliott was in the seat not long after his 20th birthday. He is the son of Hall of Famer Bill Elliott, NASCARs 1988 champion and a record 16-time winner of the most popular driver award. Chase Elliott entered NASCAR with a built-in fan base that wants him to match the success of his father. Because hes with Hendrick, in Gordons old ride, the wins should have been immediate, right? Elliott did win the pole for his Daytona 500 debut, but he “nished 37th. His rookie season netted “ve “nishes of second or third, a 10th-place “nish in the standings and no wins. Year 2 was like a bad repeat. The pole again at Daytona and nothing to show for that effort. Even worse? Five runner-up “nishes and almost certain victory snatched away at Martinsville Speedway. Elliott was leading late in the race at the Virginia track with only a few laps remaining before what would have been both his “rst victory and an automatic spot in the championship “nale. Elliott was instead wrecked by Denny Hamlin. He didnt win, didnt advance to the “nal four and two weeks later at Phoenix retaliated to ensure Hamlin wouldnt race for the title, either. Last years miss is still emotional for Elliott and his team as NASCAR heads back to Martinsville for the opening race of the third round of the playoffs on Sunday. Four drivers will race for the title next month in the season “nale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, and Elliott believes he can be one of them. Elliotts two playoff victories lead the Cup Series and have pushed him to fourth in the standings, behind Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. The Big ThreeŽ are all expected to make it to Homestead „ although it is not guaranteed „ and Elliott wants to edge Joey Logano, Clint Bowyer, Aric Almirola and Kurt Busch from claiming the fourth spot.Elliott on a hot streak and eyeing NASCAR championship AP PHOTOChase Elliott celebrates after winning a NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Kansas Speedway last weekend. INDYCAR: Robery WickensBY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSIndyCar driver Robert Wickens is paralyzed from the chest down from injuries suffered in an August crash at Pocono Raceway. The 29-year-old Wickens has been updating his rehabilitation progress on social media and posted a video Thursday of his “rst slide transfer as a paraplegicŽ that showed him moving from a table to his wheelchair. His videos had shown for the past month that he is working daily to move his legs again, but Thursdays post was the “rst time he publicly con“rmed his paralysis. Ive only been posting videos of the small movement in my legs, but the reality is I am far away from walking on my own,Ž Wickens wrote. Some people are a bit confused with the severity of my injury, so I wanted let you know the reality of it. Ive never worked harder for anything in my life, and I am giving it all Ive got to spark those nerves in my legs.Ž Wickens recently left an Indianapolis rehabilitation facility for one in Colorado. Two people with the same injury may heal differently,Ž Wickens tweeted Friday night. One may walk again and one may not. Each body heals differently. So we can not tell you a de“nitive answer if I will walk again. But I have full intentions of doing just that! The good news is, I already have most feeling and some movement in my legs, so there is hope over the course of 24 months that I may regain enough movement to walk again! So far the signs are promising, but Im trying not to get ahead of myself! I am just keeping my head down and working until my therapist and doctors tell me to stop.ŽIndyCar driver Wickens reveals crash left him a paraplegic

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Powering down:Industrial companies have had a turbulent year. After a series of losses in October, the sector is now lower than it was at the start of 2018. Marle y Ja y; J. Paschke € A P Source: FactSetCompanies that make machinery and heavy equipment took sharp losses Tuesday after reports by Caterpillar, 3M and other major companies concerned investors. Caterpillar, the Deerfield, Illinois-based maker of backhoes, bulldozers and other equipment, topped analysts expectations in the third quarter. It didnt raise its forecasts for the rest of 2018, though. Wall Street took that as a sign Caterpillar is in for a weak fourth quarter, and sent its stock to its worst loss in seven years. Another industrial giant, 3M, also posted disappointing revenue, as did Peterbilt truck maker Paccar. Investors are worried that the U.S.-China trade dispute will slow the global economy while rising freight and materials costs eat into industrial companies profits. Caterpillar raised that possibility in April, when it said it didnt expect to top its first-quarter profit this year, and those concerns have jolted the U.S. market this month. The S&P 500 industrial index, which comprises 63 companies, has dropped more than 10 percent since Oct. 3 and its now down 5 percent for the year. The full S&P 500 has risen about 3 percent.Industrial weaknessS&P 500 Index October performance compared: S&P 500 Industrials 80 90 100 26 25 24 23 22 19 18 17 16 15 12 11 10 9 8 5 4 3 Source: Netflix Michael Liedtke; Alex Nieves € APPeople like surprises in Netflix shows, but not in its financial numbers. So the video streaming service is changing the way it predicts how many subscribers it will add from one quarter to the next „ a measurement that drives its stock more than any other factor. The company has always included temporary free trials in its subscriber count, reasoning that most people who try out Netflix will stay on as paying customers. Beginning in January, Netflix will base its outlook on how many subscribers it believes will be actually paying. Netflix is making the switch because the new approach has proven more accurate. For example, in the third quarter of this year, Netflix exceeded its projected gain for paid and free-trial subscribers by 2 million accounts. But its gain in only paid subscribers exceeded its prediction by just 900,000. Even though the stock soared by 12 percent immediately after those numbers came out, Netflix would like to make things less volatile, especially when subscriptions fall shy of projections. Investors cant complain about Netflixs overall performance though, given its stock is worth seven times more than it was five years ago.A Netflix surprise -1.5 -1.0 -0.5 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 3Q 2Q 1Q 4Q 3Q 2Q 1Q 4Q 3Q 2Q 1Q 4Q 3Q 2Q 1Q 4 Q 3Q 2 Q 1Q 4 Q 3 Q 2 Q 1 QDifference between actual and projected Netflix subcribers15 16 17 18 Netflixs subscribers (including free trials) Netflixs paid subscribers Top Weekly Exchange Traded Funds $0$550$1,100 Copper Emerging-market stocks Asian stocks European stocks Gold Investment-grade bonds Small-cap stocks REITs High-yield bonds S&P 500 Utilities stocks Health care stocks Technology stocks Oil 1-week percent change $1,000 invested at the end of last year ... ... today is worthPerformance benchmarks: industries sectors of the Standard & Poors 500 index; international stocks MSCI indexes; bond returns Barclays Capital and BofA Merrill Lynch indexes. 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Direx Russia Bear3x RUSS 19.75 +1.58 +8.7 +17.2 -24.0 ProShs VIX MT Fut VIXM 25.33 +1.95 +8.3 +22.5 +1.8 Barc iPathS&P VIX MT VXZ 21.06 +1.59 +8.2 +22.9 +2.4 ProSh UltSht Fin SKF 22.48 +1.68 +8.1 +17.0 -4.9 ProSh UltraSht S&P SDS 39.43 +2.93 +8.0 +19.1 -14.9 Direx DlyBrazilBull BRZU 29.48 +2.12 +7.7 +57.6 -39.9 ProShs Short O&G DDG 23.65 +1.70 +7.7 +14.4 -5.3 USCF Short Oil USOD 5.11 +0.37 +7.7 +23.2 -70.9 ProSh UltSht R2K TWM 17.64 +1.24 +7.6 +29.2 -6.8 $CHG PCT RETURN FUNDS TICKER FRI 1WK 1WK 1MO 1YR CNBC reported that the maker of high-tech gear for supercomputers could be a takeover target. The parent company of Google took in less revenue than analysts expected, and investors worry regulators could tighten data collection rules. The online juggernaut posted slower revenue growth than Wall Street expected. Stocks are back in the red for the year after a wave of selling hit Wall Street Friday. The latest plunge came at the end of an unusually turbulent week of trading. The S&P 500 is on track for its worst month since February 2009. 1,600 1,800 2,000 $2,200 O AS Amazon.comAMZN Close: $1,642.81 -139.36 or -7.8% $1,050.55$2,050.50 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 14.9m (2.8x avg.) $801.3 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 130.3 ... 1,000 1,100 1,200 $1,300 O AS AlphabetGOOGL Close: $1,083.75 -19.84 or -1.8% $984.00$1,291.44 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 5.3m (2.9x avg.) $324.0 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 46.9 ... 60 70 80 $90 O AS Mellanox TechnologiesMLNX Close: $83.30 10.53 or 14.5% $43.55$90.45 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 3.7m (8.9x avg.) $4.4 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 50.8 ... Best Stocks One MonthBEST LARGE-CAP STOCKS Gol Linhas Inteleg GOL 9.97 14.3 82.6 -4.3 ... ... Centrais Elec Brasil EBR 6.44 9.3 65.6 -18.4 ... ... Centrais El Brasil B EBR/B 7.10 5.8 57.8 -20.2 ... ... Petrobras A PBR/A 14.99 8.1 43.3 38.9 ... ... Petrobras PBR 16.24 4.8 34.5 48.7 ... ... Bco Santander Brasil BSBR 11.81 9.4 34.1 24.9 6 2.5 Banco Bradesco ADS BBD 9.25 5.2 30.6 -7.9 ... 0.6 Banco Bradesco SA BBDO 8.06 4.7 27.7 -18.8 ... 0.3 Tesla Inc TSLA 330.90 27.3 25.0 -3.4 dd ... Itau Unibanco Hldg ITUB 13.25 2.6 20.8 -1.4 ... 4.4 Barrick Gold ABX 12.85 -2.5 16.0 -19.4 71 0.9 Lamb Weston Holdg LW 77.01 0.6 15.6 55.7 26 1.0 Twitter Inc TWTR 32.36 12.2 13.7 85.5 dd ... Philip Morris Intl PM 89.00 0.2 9.1 -11.2 22 5.1 TAL Education Grp AD TAL 27.90 18.7 8.5 -19.7 cc ... ICICI Bank Ltd IBN 9.18 7.7 8.1 -3.4 ... 1.7 Telefonica Brasil SA VIV 10.40 1.9 6.9 -27.1 12 6.1 CBOE Global Markets CBOE 106.93 1.9 6.1 ... 43 1.2 FRIDAY %CHG %CHG %RTN COMPANY TICKER CLOSE 1WK 1MO 1YR PE YLDBEST MID-CAP STOCKS Cemig ADS rep 1 com CIG/C 3.09 14.9 91.9 17.2 ... 2.6 Cemig ADS rep 1 pf CIG 3.28 17.1 91.8 25.7 ... 2.4 Amer Railcar Inds ARII 69.93 51.1 51.7 82.9 9 2.3 Amarin Corp AMRN 21.96 11.4 35.0 556.3 ... ... Azul SA ADS AZUL 23.80 6.5 33.8 -18.3 ... ... Endocyte Inc ECYT 23.65 0.7 33.2 452.5 dd ... Copel ELP 6.96 4.0 32.1 -15.1 ... 3.7 Esterline Corp ESL 117.26 -0.3 28.9 21.9 27 ... Oi SA C OIBR/C 3.51 4.5 28.6 -55.0 ... ... SABESP SBS 7.49 0.3 26.9 -17.2 ... 5.2 Cosan Ltd CZZ 8.45 3.7 25.6 -6.7 ... 3.1 Ultrapar Part SA UGP 11.57 8.0 24.9 -52.2 ... 4.7 Revlon Inc REV 27.60 13.9 23.8 22.7 dd ... Frontline Ltd FRO 7.13 7.7 22.7 9.7 dd ... Imperva Inc IMPV 55.33 0.1 19.1 30.5 dd ... CPFL Energia CPL 13.90 2.4 17.6 -19.0 ... 0.9 MarketAxess Holdings MKTX 207.76 5.2 16.4 18.1 54 0.8 SSR Mining Inc SSRM 10.12 -7.2 16.2 3.7 22 ...BEST SMALL-CAP STOCKS Planet Green Hold PLAG 5.03 -56.3 3492.9 -44.0 ... ... Proteostasis Tehrep PTI 5.99 -24.7 148.5 163.6 14 ... Greenpro Capital Cp GRNQ 6.20 -8.8 69.5 -6.8 ... ... Origin Agritech Ltd SEED 7.99 15.0 51.9 -54.3 ... ... Corium Intl Inc CORI 12.57 0.3 32.2 28.2 dd ... BioDelivery Sciences BDSI 3.69 1.4 31.8 18.0 dd ... Gravity Co Ltd ADS GRVY 23.12 3.2 29.2 -8.2 20 ... IDT Corp IDT 6.86 -3.5 28.5 -21.6 40 14.6 OncoSec Medical ONCS 1.77 9.9 26.4 54.8 dd ... Clementia Pharma CMTA 14.03 46.1 25.8 -18.3 ... ... Eidos Therapeutics EIDX 12.41 30.5 24.3 ... dd ... Invstmnt Tech ITG 26.82 -3.3 23.8 15.7 dd 1.0 Zix Corp ZIXI 6.86 42.0 23.6 39.2 46 ... K12 Inc LRN 21.79 27.3 23.1 15.2 19 ... CIM Comcl Trst CMCT 17.10 1.1 22.1 13.8 46 2.9 Gogo Inc GOGO 6.33 5.5 22.0 -38.3 dd ... AudioCodes Ltd AUDC 12.23 29.4 21.6 60.9 31 ... Landcadia Holding un LCAHU 14.50 -8.2 21.6 0.0 ... ...Industry Rankings 1. Utilities -2.4 0.9 1.3 (*&^%$#@7641 | -2.3 2. Consumer Goods -1.1 -4.3 -4.8 (&^#@91 | -5.6 3. Telecommunications -5.5 -5.3 0.5 ((^@!731 | -1.5 4. Financials -4.0 -7.9 -8.4 (*&%$!8432 | -3.1 5. Health Care -4.4 -8.6 -1.2 ((&^$ | 9753 7.4 DJ Total Market index -4.0 -9.1 -6.2 ((&^$ | 76521 2.5 6. Consumer Services -3.9 -9.9 -4.2 ((&^$ | 99865421 15.2 7. Technology -3.2 -10.4 -5.9 ((&^$ | 98421 8.6 8. Industrials -4.9 -12.1 -8.9 (*&@8631 | -3.6 9. Basic Material -4.8 -12.3 -15.1 99764 | -13.4 10. Oil & Gas -7.4 -12.5 -12.9 ((&^@!3 | -0.1 PERCENT CHANGE %RTN INDUSTRY 1WK 1MO 1QTR 1YR General Industrials -5.8 -9.9 -10.8 *&^%#@!875321 | -21.5 Gen Electric GE -10.0 +0.1 -13.5 ^!986431 | -42.9 Luxfer Hldgs PLC LXFR 0.0 0.0 0.0 (*&$#@ | 0.0 Ball Corp BLL -5.5 -1.4 +11.9 (*&$#@ | 5432 +3.0 Aerospace & Defense -4.7 -10.3 -6.4 (*&$#@ | 74321 7.9 Esterline Corp ESL -0.3 +28.9 +38.3 (*&$#@ | 875421 +21.9 Boeing Co BA +0.8 -3.4 -0.4 (*&$#@ | 98651 +43.3 L-3 Technologies Inc LLL -5.1 -3.9 -3.6 (*&$#@ | 7631 +10.1 Support Services -4.1 -10.7 -5.2 (*&$#@ | 765 11.2 Greenpro Capital Cp GRNQ -8.8 +69.5 -11.4 (*$@73 | -6.8 Imperva Inc IMPV +0.1 +19.1 +15.6 (*&$#@ | 9651 +30.5 Euronet Worldwide EEFT -4.0 +11.0 +19.1 (*&$#@ | 8521 +14.7 Industrial Transportation -4.8 -12.2 -8.2 (*&$#@ | 6542 5.8 Frontline Ltd FRO +7.7 +22.7 +36.3 (*&$#@ | 761 +9.7 Nordic Amer Tanker NAT +3.0 +16.7 +3.4 987432 | -46.2 DHT Holdings Inc DHT +3.5 +6.6 +14.1 (*&$#@ | 8764 +23.2 Electronic/Elec. Equipment -3.7 -13.9 -10.9 (&^%$#@75 | -8.0 National Instrument NATI +14.9 +3.7 +13.9 (** | -1.0 Sensata Tech Hldg ST 0.0 0.0 0.0 (*&$#@ | 865421 +18.7 Mesa Labs MLAB -0.7 -2.9 -8.0 (*&$#@| 8731 +19.7 Construction & Materials -4.9 -15.5 -16.7 (%@86543 | -18.8 Argan Inc AGX +3.9 +2.0 +15.6 &^%$#!9751 | -33.7 North Amer Energy NOA 0.0 0.0 0.0 (*&$#@ | 854321 +15.9 Granite Constr GVA +10.2 -1.1 -11.4 *^%$#952 | -27.4 Industrial Engineering -6.4 -16.5 -11.5 (&%#!76541 | -12.1 Amer Railcar Inds ARII +51.1 +51.7 +56.0 (*&$#@ | 99965431 +82.9 EnviroStar Inc EVI -2.9 +1.8 +3.4 (*&$#@ | 998432 +65.4 Altra Indl Motion AIMC 0.0 0.0 -3.7 *%$#@965 | -30.4Industrials sectors (best performers)Excludes stocks with market values less than $100 million. Bar chart for stocks with annual returns of more than 100 percent not shown to scale. Saturday, October 27, 2018

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AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.4 14 14.75 8.80 405 14.26 2226 14.39 13.79 -.04 +41.6 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 10.6 24.30 13.56 8 16.00 47 16.35 15.55 +.45 -22.3 AmTrF pfB N AFSIpB 1.81 11.0 25.23 12.92 11 16.51 52 17.20 16.20 -.15 -24.5 AmTrF pfC N AFSIpC 1.91 11.3 25.00 14.63 8 16.90 23 17.97 16.90 -.33 -24.9 AmTrF pf F N AFSIpF 23.46 13.64 6 15.80 216 16.70 15.79 -.22 -23.0 AmTrF pfE N AFSIpE 25.71 14.68 11 16.85 49 18.05 16.11 -.47 -26.5 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq AMD 119,433,400 17.63 -1.64 Flex Ltd 70,519,100 7.09 -3.82 Intel 67,247,100 45.69 +1.38 PShtQQQ rs 56,904,000 14.69 +1.00 Microsoft 55,479,900 106.96 -1.34 Apple Inc 47,189,500 216.30 -3.50 Comcast s 42,421,000 35.24 -.60 MicronT 41,226,900 35.40 -1.38 SiriusXM 36,749,800 5.67 -.12 Cisco 31,785,800 44.25 -1.22 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2522.25 -23.73TransEntx 6,901,800 2.99 -.27 iShIndia bt 5,725,900 29.36 -.17 B2gold g 4,938,300 2.55 +.03 SRC Eng 3,928,200 7.19 -.27 NthnO&G 3,854,100 3.01 -.11 22ndCentry 3,809,700 2.49 +.04 IndiaGCap 2,408,400 2.49 -.10 CorMedix 2,280,300 1.12 -.02 CheniereEn 2,196,600 59.39 -.64 PlanetGrn 1,690,200 5.03 +.41 TransEntx 50,905,700 2.99 -1.43 IndiaGCap 29,383,900 2.49 -.69 iShIndia bt 28,111,100 29.36 -.51 B2gold g 24,062,100 2.55 -.07 NwGold g 23,923,200 .79 AMD 660,682,900 17.63 -6.03 HeliosM rs 389,661,800 .02 +.00 Microsoft 280,210,900 106.96 -1.70 PShtQQQ rs 242,640,800 14.69 +1.23 Intel 228,140,700 45.69 +1.69 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 11976.95 -141.90 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE S&P500ETF 200,938,300 265.33 -4.75 iShEMkts 139,198,600 38.67 -.45 GenElec 117,560,000 11.30 -.50 SPDR Fncl 115,248,700 25.26 -.37 B iPVxST rs 102,967,500 39.99 +2.12 FordM 100,609,700 8.98 -.01 BkofAm 91,072,100 26.39 -.20 SnapInc A n 79,684,500 6.28 -.71 AT&T Inc 77,621,300 29.09 -.89 VanEGold 74,505,500 19.06 +.06 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg S&P500ETF 744,128,600 265.33 -10.92 iShEMkts 465,376,100 38.67 -1.00 BkofAm 449,512,900 26.39 -1.93 SPDR Fncl 437,989,100 25.26 -1.41 GenElec 429,473,900 11.30 -1.26 ConcdMed 3.67 +27.9 K12 21.79 +27.3 LithiaMot 90.57 +22.6 GlbShip pfB 18.98 +20.4 TAL Educ s 27.90 +18.7 Cemig pf 3.28 +17.1 Tuppwre 36.22 +15.7 StdMotor 50.52 +15.1 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg CURO Gp n 14.33 -40.4 CompssMn 47.15 -30.8 EQT Corp 32.55 -29.8 DxSPOGBl s 21.72 -29.1 ManngNap 1.78 -29.1 DxNGBll rs 13.15 -28.8 Aquantia n 8.79 -26.3 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg AsteriasBio 1.17 +30.0 Ellomay 8.74 +10.5 Libbey 7.35 +5.0 GabGoAn n 17.80 +4.7 LadThalFn 2.88 +4.7 NHltcre 77.26 +4.6 NewConcEn 2.23 +4.2 PacGE pfC 23.19 +4.2 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg PlanetGrn 5.03 -56.3 TransEntx 2.99 -32.4 Cel-Sci rs 2.73 -22.4 IndiaGCap 2.49 -21.7 Corindus n 1.08 -20.6 ImpacMtg 5.23 -17.0 NthnO&G 3.01 -16.9 JetPay h 4.99 +143.4 AmRailcar 69.93 +51.1 PyxisTnkr 1.67 +49.1 ClemPhr n 14.03 +46.1 Zix Corp 6.86 +42.0 Euroseas rs 1.87 +41.7 TOP Shi rs 1.66 +30.7 EidosThr n 12.41 +30.5 SelectaB n 6.53 -52.7 Adaptim n 6.23 -42.1 Flex Ltd 7.09 -40.3 Youngevt n 7.00 -39.0 ChnaIntNt n 2.10 -35.2 NeonTh n 5.84 -33.9 CocrystP n 1.86 -33.67167.21 -151.12How to read the weekend stock tables STOCK GLOSSARY „ cc: PE greater than 99. d: New 52-week low; dd: Loss in last 12 mos. g: Stock trades in U.S. money but dividend and earnings in Canadian money, and no yield or PE unless stated in U.S. money; n: New issue in past 52 weeks, with high-low range from start of trading; s: A split or stock dividend of 25 percent or more in the past 52 weeks, with the 52-week high-low adjusted. Dividend begins with the date of split or dividend; q: Closed-end fund; no PE calculated. u: New 52-week high; v: Trading halted on primary market; vj: In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized, or securities assumed by such companies; z: Sales in full, not in hundreds. SPECIAL TYPES: pf: Preferred stocks, which get priority when dividends are paid; pp: Holder owes two installments of purchase price; rs: Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50 percent within the past year; rt: Rights to buy new issues below market; un: Sold in units that may include bonds or warrants; wt: Warrants, or options granted by the company; xw: Without warrants; ww: With warrants; wd: When distributed by holder; wi: When stock is issued. DIVIDEND FOOTNOTES: a: Extra dividend(s); b: Annual rate plus stock dividend; c : Dividend from a liquidating company; e: Declared or paid preceding 12 months; f: Annual rate, increased on last declaration. i: Declared or paid after dividend or split; j: Paid this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no action taken at last meeting; k: Declared or paid this year, an accumulative issue with dividends in arrears; r: Declared or paid in last 12 months plus stock dividend; m: Annual rate, reduced on last declaration. p: Initial dividend, annual rate unknown; yield not shown. t: Paid in stock in preceding 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date; X: Buyers arent entitled to next dividend (ex-dividend) or rights (ex-rights); y: ex-dividend and sales in full. 1 „ Name of stock. 2 „ Market: N = NYSE, A NYSE American, Q = NASDAQ. 3 „ Ticker Symbol company trades under. 4 „ Dividend: A distribution of the companys earnings to shareholders, usually consisting of stock dividends, interest on bonds, or short-term capital gains on the sale of securities usually paid quarterly in the form of cash or stock.5 „ Div. Yield: The dividend divided by the stock price. It helps gauge how well the stock is paying, compared to other investments such as CDs, bonds or savings accounts. 6 „ Price to earnings ratio: The price of a stock divided by its earnings per share. PEs are used to gauge the relative worth of a company stock. When compared to other companies in the same industry, the companies with the lowest PEs are generally earning higher profits.7 „ Range of closing prices in last year.8 „ Trading for the day, with sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.9 „ Weekly sales volume, High, low, and change from previous weeks close.10 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows during the week. Underline: indicates weekly volume surge equal to or more than 5%. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 10% for the week. XYZcorp Q ABC .35m 1.3 26 32.17 22.26 2 26.97 13 28.18 24.92 +.98 -14.00 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 2 3 1 4 5 6 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 7 8 9 10 Continued on next page WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chgqq q 753 2,055 75 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,883 9 501 Advanced Declined Unchanged 107 181 14 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 302 35 Advanced Declined Unchanged 930 1,996 135 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,061 18 416 Advanced Declined Unchanged 717 2,186 31 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,934 49 834 Advanced Declined Unchanged 69 235 12 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 316 1 72 Advanced Declined Unchanged 671 2,398 59 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,128 59 845 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 2018

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330.77 316.00 -8.05 -15.3sAmeren N AEE 1.90f 3.0 23 67.23 51.89 2467 64.40 9612 67.23 63.84 -1.65 +9.2 Ameresco N AMRC 21 15.35 7.60 91 12.61 506 12.81 12.19 +.13 +46.6tAmeriHld n Q AMRH 13.50 .33 13095 .39 42923 1.15 .33 -.73 -87.6 AFMulti Q ATAX .50 9.1 19 6.50 5.17 45 5.52 300 5.64 5.48 +.03 -8.8tAMovilL N AMX .17e 1.2 21 19.91 13.99 2284 14.46 16885 15.25 13.99 -.34 -15.7tAmMovl A N AMOV 19.87 13.98 9 14.34 16 14.96 13.98 -.65 -15.7 AmCarM Q CRMT 15 89.85 40.15 36 72.51 206 74.67 70.57 +1.21 +62.4tAmAirlines Q AAL .40 1.2 5 59.08 30.24 11436 32.46 65413 33.33 30.24 +.42 -37.6 AmAssets N AAT 1.08f 2.9 23 39.99 30.62 210 36.92 1063 37.79 35.92 +.13 -3.5 AmAxle N AXL 4 20.27 13.96 2217 15.09 10873 15.92 14.39 -.50 -11.4 AmCampus N ACC 1.84 4.6 52 43.86 34.52 633 40.22 4100 41.06 38.40 -.08 -2.0 AEagleOut N AEO .55 2.4 16 29.88 12.51 6054 23.07 24368 23.11 21.10 +2.07 +22.7 AEP N AEP 2.48 3.4 17 78.07 62.71 4161 72.74 23131 76.05 72.09 -.52 -1.1tAmElTech Q AETI 2.53 .55 42 .60 944 .78 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42.65 7483 43.17 38.25 +3.75 -16.9 AutoWeb Q AUTO 6 9.91 2.24 67 2.30 285 2.72 2.25 -.20 -74.5 Autodesk Q ADSK 159.94 101.55 3264 124.71 13986 137.31 123.93 -8.47 +19.0 Autohome N ATHM 6 119.50 52.93 1238 71.18 7024 72.37 63.35 +7.40 +10.1tAutoliv N ALV 2.32 2.8 13 115.42 76.61 1889 81.77 7343 82.95 75.99 +1.79 -10.7sAutolus n Q AUTL 34.22 19.17 86 29.00 205 34.22 28.32 -2.25 +16.0 AutoData Q ADP 2.76f 2.0 36 153.51 107.61 2967 136.35 11802 144.91 135.52 -7.06 +16.3 AutoZone N AZO 16 797.89 560.82 367 743.57 1820 753.76 716.36 +17.77 +4.5tAvadelPh Q AVDL 11.93 3.95 69 4.11 345 4.24 3.95 +.01 -49.9tAvalara n N AVLR 59.40 31.04 291 32.89 1509 35.81 30.75 -2.37 -25.4 AvalonHld A AWX 20.20 1.92 18 3.09 138 3.40 3.05 -.23 +54.5 AvalonBay N AVB 5.88 3.4 23 188.91 152.65 736 174.89 2726 178.95 170.77 -3.08 -2.0 Avangrid n N AGR 1.76f 3.7 37 54.55 45.17 728 47.60 3854 49.55 46.94 -1.02 -5.9 AvanosMd N AVNS 28 66.22 41.51 222 56.59 1551 60.90 56.08 -2.99 +22.5tAvayaHl n N AVYA 14 23.76 15.80 631 16.82 5904 17.94 15.80 -.98 -15.9 AveThera n Q ATXI 5.90 2.08 48 3.46 127 3.84 3.25 -.16 -4.4 AVEO Ph h Q AVEO 3.59 1.86 1908 2.35 17781 2.47 2.10 -.14 -15.8tAveryD N AVY 2.26 2.6 25 123.67 88.26 1100 88.12 6757 98.24 86.06 -9.46 -23.3 AviatNet rs Q AVNW 19.07 12.90 21 14.24 73 16.37 14.00 -1.64 -6.1 AvidBios rs Q CDMO 8.44 2.24 192 5.36 1416 5.80 5.20 -.35 +38.1 AvidTech Q AVID 7.65 3.99 197 5.27 689 5.59 5.10 -.14 -2.2tAvingr nrs Q AVGR 15.60 .61 538 .78 3645 1.00 .61 -.35 -89.3 AvinoSG g A ASM 1.61 .56 183 .61 831 .67 .60 -.04 -54.8tAvisBudg Q CAR 10 50.88 27.52 1529 27.90 10565 32.14 27.30 -3.54 -36.4 Avista N AVA 1.49 2.9 29 52.91 47.50 294 51.48 2477 52.00 51.16 -.36 AvistaHl un Q AHPAU 10.45 10.00 10.21 3 10.33 10.21 -.06 -.9sAvistaHl n Q AHPA 10.40 9.28 1 10.70 7 10.87 9.47 +.90 +7.9tAvnet Q AVT .80f 2.1 10 49.41 38.12 1446 37.30 5065 41.67 37.11 -3.73 -5.9 Avon N AVP 19 2.99 1.38 2504 1.88 19246 2.03 1.82 -.11 -12.6 AvroBio n Q AVRO 53.70 20.30 149 30.23 437 33.38 27.26 +2.79 -3.1 Aware Q AWRE 32 4.87 3.00 13 3.60 31 3.74 3.40 +.13 -20.0tAxalta N AXTA 61 38.20 23.65 3598 24.25 15607 25.68 23.65 -1.25 -25.1 Axcelis rs Q ACLS 5 37.05 16.65 307 17.27 1272 18.46 16.71 -.85 -39.8 AXIS Cap N AXS 1.56 2.7 60.69 47.43 754 56.74 3007 57.69 53.50 +.89 +12.9 AXIS pfD N AXSpD 1.38 6.0 25.98 22.38 16 22.91 75 23.11 22.74 -.11 -9.2 AxisCap pfE N AXSpE 25.85 22.21 22 23.04 214 23.11 22.64 +.17 -8.5 AxoGen Q AXGN 56.85 19.75 588 32.72 2159 34.63 31.07 -.79 +15.6 AxonEntpr Q AAXN 76.45 20.57 654 56.95 3237 59.44 55.09 -1.57 +114.9 AxosFinl N AX 12 45.18 25.36 1008 28.22 3586 33.24 26.56 -4.62 -5.6 AxosF pf N AXO 1.56 6.2 27.40 24.75 3 25.30 14 26.75 25.23 -.05 -2.0 Axovant n Q AXON 6.59 1.02 578 2.05 3127 2.24 1.96 -.11 -61.1 AxsomeT n Q AXSM 5.95 2.05 264 3.96 1318 4.27 3.67 -.19 -29.3 AytuBioS rs Q AYTU 123.00 1.01 329 1.22 2304 1.46 1.02 +.01 -97.3 Azul n N AZUL 35.05 15.53 2013 23.80 8323 23.86 21.92 +1.46 -.1 AzurRx n Q AZRX 4.08 2.10 36 2.54 359 2.72 2.41 -.10 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BBTpG 1.30 5.5 25.85 22.40 18 23.84 101 23.87 23.18 +.45 -5.2 BB&T pfH N BBTpH 1.41 5.7 27.33 23.75 33 24.91 240 24.95 24.30 +.47 -7.7 BBVABFrn N BFR .25e 2.3 27.45 7.11 356 10.90 2230 11.11 9.50 +.81 -56.7tBBX Cap n N BBX .04 .7 7 10.17 5.63 194 5.76 1398 6.15 5.59 -.29 -27.7tBCB Bc Q BCBP .56 4.6 13 16.10 12.01 14 12.23 144 13.40 12.01 -.80 -15.7 BCE g N BCE 3.02 49.06 38.88 1274 39.42 5221 41.05 39.16 -1.33 -17.9 BFC Cp pf Q BANFP 1.80 6.9 33.54 26.00 4 26.20 31 26.46 26.00 +.20 -4.8 BG Staffing A BGSF 1.20 5.1 27 29.59 14.65 68 23.53 319 24.24 22.38 +.51 +47.6tBGC Ptrs Q BGCP .72 6.5 16.97 10.08 2532 11.03 14252 11.21 10.08 +.18 -27.0 BHP BillLt N BHP 1.66e 3.7 52.62 40.19 3760 44.56 15562 47.26 43.71 -2.03 -3.1 BHPBil plc N BBL 1.66e 4.2 47.92 35.48 1974 39.22 10532 41.24 38.19 -1.47 -2.7tBIO-key n Q BKYI 3.64 1.05 21 1.15 116 1.25 1.05 -.10 -35.3 BJsRest Q BJRI .44 .7 26 76.50 30.00 560 64.70 2473 67.98 62.20 -.83 +77.7tBMC Stock Q BMCH 18 25.70 16.08 676 16.38 2330 17.08 16.08 -.12 -35.3 BOK Q BOKF 2.00f 2.4 14 107.00 80.11 365 83.11 2011 88.65 80.36 -4.95 -10.0 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.6 26.09 23.52 13 23.80 59 24.30 23.62 -.09 -7.1 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.71 9 2.24 68 2.43 2.22 -.13 +2.3 BP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 16.83 185 18.31 2323 19.20 18.13 -.30 -11.0 BP PLC N BP 2.38 5.8 22 47.83 36.15 10032 41.10 41354 43.68 40.21 -2.90 -2.2 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 11.6 5 37.23 18.65 193 31.09 1756 34.74 30.15 -3.21 +54.7 BRF SA N BRFS 13.88 4.65 1491 5.58 9915 5.65 5.37 +.09 -50.4 BRT N BRT .80f 7.1 9 14.20 9.58 16 11.28 97 11.59 11.11 -.03 -4.3tBSB Bcp Q BLMT 16 36.50 27.75 21 28.30 165 31.26 27.55 -2.86 -3.2 BT Grp s N BT .99e 6.7 18.97 13.53 1472 14.74 5376 16.32 14.59 -1.42 -19.1tBWX Tech N BWXT .64 1.1 29 72.18 56.80 393 57.52 2655 60.16 56.26 -1.59 -4.9 B&W Ent n N BW 7.66 .83 491 .94 2200 1.13 .89 -.16 -83.4tBabShDHi N BGH 1.84 10.4 20.78 17.92 120 17.77 478 18.43 17.76 -.62 -8.3 BadgerMtr s N BMI .60f 1.2 49 56.40 41.00 139 48.25 617 49.38 47.45 +.05 +.9tBaidu Q BIDU 7 284.22 184.02 2903 188.51 15998 198.71 182.60 -3.41 -19.5 BakHuGE n N BHGE .72f 2.6 37.76 25.53 4953 27.36 20689 30.00 26.68 -2.58 -13.5 Balchem Q BCPC .42f .4 42 117.79 70.23 107 96.42 592 102.37 94.92 -3.86 +19.6 BallCorp s N BLL .40 .9 22 46.89 34.71 3502 43.39 17421 46.15 42.52 -2.54 +14.6 Ballanty A BTN 6.55 3.40 3.86 11 4.09 3.75 +.06 -17.0 BallardPw Q BLDP 5.94 2.57 580 3.48 2688 3.65 3.32 -.11 -21.1tBanColum N CIB 1.27e 3.4 51.38 36.38 260 37.03 1764 39.85 35.92 -2.28 -6.6tBancCalif N BANC .52 3.4 12 23.40 14.11 888 15.12 6637 17.75 14.11 -2.46 -26.8 BcCalif pfE N BANCpE 28.59 24.70 2 25.44 24 25.63 25.37 -.07 -3.7tBcCal pfD N BANCpD 1.84 7.2 26.76 25.40 5 25.66 28 25.79 25.40 -.14 -3.4 BncFstOK s Q BANF 1.20f 2.1 17 65.70 50.80 31 56.92 398 59.00 55.11 +.56 +11.3tBcBilVArg N BBVA .27e 4.7 9.54 5.59 4680 5.77 21879 5.89 5.59 -.21 -32.1 BcoBrades s N BBDO .02r .3 11.90 5.49 11 8.06 49 8.08 7.52 +.36 -4.4 BcoBrad s N BBD .06a .6 11.98 6.50 15691 9.25 74758 9.29 8.66 +.46 -.7tBcoLatin N BLX 1.54 9.7 9 30.50 15.82 431 15.94 1627 20.31 15.31 -4.03 -40.7 BcoMacro N BMA 5 136.10 32.00 270 42.56 2349 42.85 36.14 +5.13 -63.3tBcoSantSA N SAN .21e 4.6 7.57 4.50 12853 4.62 73389 4.76 4.50 -.15 -29.4 BcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 2.5 6 12.11 7.20 1833 11.81 7797 11.85 10.75 +1.01 +22.1 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.9 35.09 26.41 332 29.51 1670 30.64 28.93 -.99 -5.6 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.5 104.17 77.86 20 85.39 91 86.59 83.04 -.69 -9.6 Bancorp34 n Q BCTF 1.25e 17.25 14.02 1 14.81 5 15.58 14.66 -.83 +.4 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 12.00 8.35 375 9.11 992 9.70 8.64 -.27 -7.8tBcpSouth N BXS .68 2.4 35.55 26.91 990 28.02 6089 28.52 26.91 -.45 -10.9 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24b 1.7 18 17.95 14.43 0 14.48 28 15.50 14.48 -1.38 -16.7 BancrftFd A BCV 1.16e 5.8 24.19 19.66 41 20.12 139 21.74 19.88 -1.74 -7.5 Bandwith n Q BAND 40 57.00 18.05 65 49.02 334 51.30 48.12 -1.13 +112.0stBkFstNat n Q BFC .80f 1.6 50.00 50.00 0 50.14 0 50.14 50.00 +.3tBankOZK Q OZK .84f 3.3 8 53.70 24.21 3100 25.40 20054 26.40 24.15 -.12 -47.6 BkofAm N BAC .60 2.3 13 33.05 25.81 91072 26.39 449513 28.35 25.88 -1.93 -10.6 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.4 25.09 22.64 2 23.29 30 24.10 23.29 -.69 -.4 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.0 24.53 23.03 5 23.79 52 24.08 23.61 -.18 -.1 BkAm pfL N BACpL 72.50 5.7 1352.71 1187.95 3 1261.02 26 1271.94 1257.11 +2.13 -4.4 BkAm pfW N BACpW 1.66 6.4 27.53 25.63 65 25.81 331 25.89 25.72 -.02 -4.9 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 2018

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BkAm pfY N BACpY 1.63 6.3 27.33 25.54 38 25.72 306 25.96 25.68 -.33 -4.8 BkAm pfA N BACpA 27.51 25.06 38 25.28 230 25.44 25.15 -.17 -7.0 BkAm pfC N BACpC 27.83 25.35 59 25.72 379 26.05 25.70 -.50 -6.3 BkAML pfL N BMLpL 1.02 4.4 24.98 22.14 11 23.43 202 23.85 23.41 -.32 -.3 BkAML pfH N BMLpH .77 3.6 22.80 20.09 1 21.15 39 21.61 21.02 -.50 -2.1 BkAML pfG N BMLpG .77 3.7 22.83 20.31 1 21.07 40 21.89 20.95 -.45 -2.7 Bk of But n N NTB 1.28 3.3 12 53.63 34.86 628 38.39 6889 52.88 35.65 -13.41 +5.8 BkCmcCA Q BOCH .16 1.4 13 13.21 8.40 38 11.71 192 11.88 11.33 +.28 +1.8tBkHawaii N BOH 2.48f 3.2 15 89.09 72.85 501 76.63 1848 77.81 72.85 +.85 -10.6 BankMarin Q BMRC 1.40f 1.7 20 90.85 63.50 14 81.83 69 83.50 78.50 +2.75 +20.3 BkMont g N BMO 3.84e 84.71 73.79 1024 75.53 4833 79.26 74.66 -3.51 -5.6 BkMont36 n Q BMLP 3.43e 7.4 53.32 43.00 8 46.25 11 48.69 46.11 -4.10 -3.1tBkNYMel N BK 1.12f 2.5 11 58.99 45.16 9232 45.47 40841 47.65 45.16 -1.93 -15.6 BkNYM pfC N BKpC 1.30 5.5 26.39 22.76 31 23.65 186 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26.47 23.17 -2.23 -48.8 CF Inds s N CF 1.20 2.7 56.51 33.50 4528 44.38 22653 50.99 43.31 -6.26 +4.3 CGI g N GIB 66.53 51.16 253 58.58 1381 62.22 58.09 -1.52 +7.8 CH Robins Q CHRW 1.84 2.1 26 101.20 77.08 1324 86.19 6547 91.98 84.77 -4.67 -3.3tCHF Sol rs Q CHFS 24.45 .90 61 .95 450 1.19 .90 -.21 -72.5 CHS Inc pf Q CHSCP 2.00 7.1 30.98 27.57 7 28.00 64 29.50 27.93 -.33 -7.1 CHS pfB Q CHSCO 1.97 7.2 29.83 26.81 12 27.27 76 27.42 26.87 -.08 -5.4 CHS pfB2 Q CHSCN 1.78 6.9 29.20 25.33 22 25.79 116 26.01 25.45 +.10 -5.7 CHS pfB3 Q CHSCM 1.69 6.6 27.84 24.85 29 25.50 178 25.73 24.95 +.32 -3.7 CHS pfB4 Q CHSCL 1.88 7.0 28.92 26.23 12 26.96 64 27.17 26.59 +.18 -4.2 CIM CmTr Q CMCT .50a 2.9 46 20.40 11.75 2 17.10 12 17.44 17.00 +.19 -10.5tCIT Grp N CIT 1.00 2.3 17 56.14 43.84 1371 43.92 10288 48.65 43.80 -4.43 -10.8 CKX Lands A CKX .12m 1.1 44 11.20 9.60 10.60 7 10.90 10.32 +.42 +4.1 CLPS Inc n Q CLPS 17.35 4.70 36 6.36 105 8.49 5.41 -1.70 +15.4 CM Finan Q CMFN 1.00 12.6 7 9.90 7.40 14 7.93 87 8.29 7.83 -.32 -2.7 CM Fin23 n Q CMFNL 27.77 24.78 1 25.24 6 25.25 24.85 -.01 +.6 CM SevSt n Q CMSS 11.00 9.59 2 10.08 23 10.10 10.06 +4.5 CM SvSt un Q CMSSU 11.00 9.93 1 10.75 1 10.75 10.65 -.05 +7.9 CM SevSt rt Q CMSSR .65 .01 .39 1 .40 .39 -.09 +21.9 CME Grp Q CME 2.80a 1.6 39 183.79 132.33 2027 178.64 10579 183.67 175.27 -4.01 +22.3sCMS Eng N CMS 1.43 2.9 30 51.91 40.48 5505 49.25 16852 51.91 49.03 -1.43 +4.1tCNA Fn N CNA 1.40f 3.3 12 55.62 42.17 289 42.44 1070 44.50 41.92 -1.71 -20.0 CNBFnPA Q CCNE .68f 2.6 13 32.86 25.25 21 26.62 116 28.09 25.27 -.39 +1.4tCNH Indl N CNHI .14e 1.4 15.65 9.67 1932 10.08 7965 10.60 9.67 -.50 -24.8tCNO Fincl N CNO .40 2.2 12 26.47 18.52 962 18.39 4271 20.11 18.22 -1.53 -25.5 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 2.8 202.38 126.36 103 172.95 556 184.69 166.36 -7.97 +20.5 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.34 7.4 11 21.05 15.25 94 18.14 824 19.00 17.81 -.59 +8.2 CNX Resc N CNX .04 .3 18.37 11.69 4668 13.54 20084 14.60 13.34 -1.00 -7.5sConslCoal n N CCR 2.05f 10.4 19.75 13.15 45 19.64 273 19.75 18.24 +.90 +25.5 CONSOL n N CEIX 10 48.12 19.51 387 39.37 1489 40.48 36.84 +.01 -.4 CPFL Eng N CPL .12e .9 17.11 10.36 38 13.90 99 13.90 13.32 +.33 +20.9tCPI Aero A CVU 10 11.75 6.45 40 6.57 203 7.06 6.38 -.15 -26.6 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 6.40 1.93 15 2.80 88 3.00 2.50 -.20 -23.7 CPS Tech Q CPSH 21 2.20 1.08 3 1.25 15 1.31 1.25 -.05 -24.7tCRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.6 20 58.75 41.00 19 41.92 113 43.71 40.76 -1.56 -6.7 CRH Med A CRHM 4.50 1.46 63 3.07 331 3.26 3.00 -.10 +15.8tCRH N CRH .72e 2.6 39.32 26.58 1207 27.86 4524 28.09 26.58 -.44 -22.8 CRISPR n Q CRSP 73.90 16.51 671 32.42 4201 36.60 30.67 -3.62 +38.1tCSG Sys Q CSGS .84 2.5 22 48.82 34.68 142 34.20 731 36.21 33.78 -1.72 -22.0tCSI Comp Q CCLP .75 15.8 8.05 4.51 168 4.76 731 5.04 4.42 -.14 -13.0 CsopChiA50 N AFTY 1.17e 8.0 20.51 13.80 9 14.55 45 14.94 14.29 +.22 -17.4 CSP Inc Q CSPI .60f 4.6 29 18.89 8.75 0 13.17 6 13.32 13.09 +.11 -16.7 CSS Inds N CSS .80 6.2 30.29 12.90 25 12.97 145 13.78 12.90 -.45 -53.4 CSW Ind n Q CSWI 32 57.20 41.57 20 46.15 129 46.92 44.00 +.06 +.4 CSX Q CSX .88 1.3 10 76.24 48.26 6329 65.92 36731 68.94 63.65 -2.02 +19.8 CTI BioP rs Q CTIC 5.36 1.70 131 1.77 984 1.95 1.73 -.16 -34.0 CTI Inds Q CTIB 5.09 2.93 0 3.96 11 4.31 3.44 +.28 -2.7 CTS N CTS .16 .6 23 39.20 25.05 297 27.48 1133 29.25 26.55 -1.40 +6.7tCUI Glbl Q CUI 3.42 1.74 17 1.77 256 2.13 1.74 -.15 -35.6 CURO Gp n N CURO 29 32.20 13.50 959 14.33 4613 24.50 14.02 -9.71 +1.8tCVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.7 18 25.49 19.50 1338 20.88 5550 21.37 19.50 -.28 -11.4tCVD Eqp Q CVV 13 13.50 5.07 11 5.31 89 5.54 5.07 -.23 -54.3 CVR Engy N CVI 3.00f 7.3 47.67 26.57 1173 40.83 5940 41.51 35.58 +3.21 +9.6 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 17.8 4.35 2.71 431 3.99 1481 4.15 3.63 +.15 +21.6 CVR Rfng N CVRR 2.95e 17 26.00 10.20 517 18.92 2647 20.28 17.81 +.26 +14.3 CVS Health N CVS 2.00 2.9 12 83.88 60.14 8538 70.12 36418 74.94 69.17 -4.06 -3.3 CWA Inco n N CWAI 26.93 24.11 24.52 1 24.52 24.52 +.10 -4.0 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.8 23.35 21.60 0 22.03 16 22.36 21.93 -.41 -4.2 CabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 24.3 15.75 7.50 5 7.86 46 8.24 7.77 -.13 -46.7 CabAT&T34 N GYC .83 3.8 25.05 21.30 1 21.57 10 22.34 21.46 -.71 -4.4sCableOne n N CABO 8.00f .9 43 909.82 597.40 37 850.35 265 909.82 847.90 -40.04 +20.9tCabot N CBT 1.32 2.7 12 68.63 47.60 428 48.20 2213 52.39 46.90 -3.36 -21.7 CabotMicro Q CCMP 1.60 1.7 30 123.76 84.45 198 96.70 1394 99.69 89.19 +2.20 +2.8tCabotO&G N COG .28f 1.2 43 29.57 20.95 15546 22.92 53496 23.92 20.95 -1.05 -19.9 CACI N CACI 15 200.85 121.60 104 172.98 570 184.34 170.89 -7.29 +30.7 Cactus n N WHD 40.97 19.18 607 33.60 2661 37.10 32.14 -3.15 +65.9tCadencB n N CADE .64f 3.0 21 31.44 20.34 1962 21.27 12745 22.27 20.34 -.69 -21.6 Cadence Q CDNS 43 47.40 35.49 3102 45.52 25245 47.04 40.14 +5.41 +8.8 Cadiz h Q CDZI 14.75 8.85 48 10.91 353 11.20 10.44 -.16 -23.4 CaesarStne Q CSTE .44e 2.8 33 29.65 12.50 112 15.63 746 16.95 15.15 -.99 -29.0tCaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 8.39 18477 8.80 117118 9.98 8.39 -1.40 -30.4 CafePress Q PRSS 2.18 1.12 16 1.47 113 1.48 1.46 -.02 -20.3 Cal-Maine Q CALM .44e .9 10 52.30 39.50 404 47.30 1790 49.08 46.85 -.56 +6.4 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 11.65 2.63 59 4.32 250 4.80 4.22 -.24 +23.1 CalaCvHi Q CHY 1.02 9.4 13.73 10.60 236 10.82 1268 11.22 10.72 -.31 -8.7tCalaCvOp Q CHI .96 9.6 12.94 10.01 327 10.03 1377 10.51 9.93 -.38 -10.4 CalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 10.4 22.99 18.15 78 19.15 354 20.21 19.12 -.86 -4.6tCalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 11.1 9.87 7.59 191 7.56 963 8.00 7.52 -.39 -16.7tCalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 10.4 16.34 11.32 29 11.56 154 12.43 11.32 -.79 -23.2 CalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 8.5 13.62 11.00 358 11.66 1847 12.43 11.56 -.73 -3.5 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 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tCalAmp Q CAMP 47 25.45 18.99 267 19.22 1671 20.31 18.97 -.49 -10.3 CalavoGr h Q CVGW 1.00f 1.0 39 108.00 68.70 63 97.76 525 101.00 94.90 +1.22 +15.8 CaledoMn n A CMCL .28 4.8 9.94 5.17 9 5.80 36 6.41 5.67 -.47 -21.5 Caleres N CAL .28 .8 15 41.09 26.54 281 33.10 1456 34.18 31.84 +1.00 -1.1 CalifRes rs N CRC 50.34 8.84 1400 31.21 8027 34.86 30.13 -3.89 +60.5 CalifWtr N CWT .75 1.8 30 46.15 35.25 315 41.74 1336 42.72 41.00 -.57 -8.0 Calithera Q CALA 17.95 4.05 395 5.11 2204 5.39 4.83 -.10 -38.8 Calix N CALX 9.05 5.20 185 7.09 939 7.44 6.98 -.21 +19.2 CallGolf N ELY .04 .2 46 24.67 13.49 1861 21.83 10727 23.37 21.10 -1.14 +56.7 CallonPet N CPE 20 14.65 9.75 4257 10.13 25392 11.73 9.77 -1.54 -16.6 Callon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.8 53.15 47.11 3 50.89 30 51.30 50.81 -.05 -.7tCalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 5.22 1044 4.79 1990 5.64 4.65 -.72 -37.8 CalvUSInc n Q CRUSC 100.02 99.98 100.02 0 100.02 100.02 tCalyxt n Q CLXT 27.23 11.42 52 12.20 252 12.95 11.42 -.22 -44.6 CambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 9.5 46 14.43 5.19 660 14.36 2162 14.41 14.35 -.04 +152.8 Cambrex N CBM 20 69.43 42.55 523 53.23 2255 56.78 51.89 -3.20 +10.9tCambriaYld N SYLD .49e 1.4 41.00 35.27 50 35.47 166 36.78 35.02 -1.22 -7.6tCambFgnY N FYLD .75e 3.3 27.94 22.82 2 22.77 26 23.87 22.67 -1.06 -13.7tCambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.4 28.50 22.10 86 22.30 226 22.97 22.02 -.64 -12.9tCamGblMo N GMOM .56e 2.3 29.42 24.56 4 24.57 33 25.42 24.30 -.84 -10.3tCambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.2 28.60 25.59 8 25.55 31 26.01 25.51 -.47 -7.0tCambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 28.79 1 28.83 6 30.04 28.70 -1.16 -16.9 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.00 0 25.64 36 25.91 25.52 -.06 -.7 CambTail n N TAIL 24.40 19.70 25 21.52 324 21.57 20.48 +1.03 -4.7tCamValMom N VAMO 28.07 21.43 14 23.35 73 23.75 21.43 -.35 -6.4 CambrBc n Q CATC 2.00 2.4 95.06 70.00 3 83.68 19 84.49 81.45 +.68 +4.9tCamdnN s Q CAC 1.20 3.1 20 47.86 38.98 35 39.30 183 42.30 38.98 -2.62 -6.7 CamdenPT N CPT 3.08 3.4 24 95.67 78.19 974 90.36 3756 94.80 90.09 -2.66 -1.8 Cameco g N CCJ .40 12.38 7.68 3174 10.61 9500 11.58 10.37 -.88 +15.0 CampSp N CPB 1.40 3.8 13 51.07 32.63 2713 36.73 14951 38.85 36.44 -1.20 -23.7tCampWrl n N CWH .54 3.1 47.62 18.16 1496 17.45 6555 21.75 17.20 -3.91 -61.0 Camtek h Q CAMT .56 7.7 11 11.11 5.15 138 7.29 581 7.59 6.83 +.11 +27.4 Can-Fite A CANF 2.75 1.12 19 1.27 215 1.33 1.22 +.01 -14.2 CdaGoose n N GOOS 68.75 19.95 796 47.42 3845 51.57 46.25 -2.42 +50.3tCIBC g N CM 4.49e 7 100.01 85.47 499 85.70 2048 88.78 84.88 -2.48 -12.0 CdnNR gs N CNI 1.82f 91.90 70.59 1496 82.15 10500 85.29 80.01 -2.56 -.4tCdnNRs gs N CNQ 1.34 38.20 27.53 3003 28.19 21124 28.79 27.41 -.15 -21.1 CP Rwy g N CP 2.60 224.19 166.36 885 196.21 4405 203.40 192.41 -2.63 +7.4 CdnSolar Q CSIQ 5 19.09 11.37 575 13.00 4952 14.67 12.69 -2.02 -22.9tCancrGen h Q CGIX 3.50 .77 123 .77 588 .90 .58 -.06 -58.6 CannaeHl n N CNNE 21.90 16.16 290 17.78 1177 19.14 17.38 -.99 +4.4tCanon N CAJ 40.67 28.91 1246 28.41 3669 31.60 28.29 -3.06 -24.0tCanopyGr n N CGC 59.25 36.62 8172 38.70 82777 47.83 36.62 -8.15 -24.9tCantelMed N CMD .17e .2 36 130.92 79.37 183 79.74 1191 84.23 77.62 -3.59 -22.5 CantbryPk Q CPHC .28 1.9 23 17.72 11.98 1 14.96 3 15.00 14.60 +.01 -7.9tCpStarFn n Q CSTR .16 1.1 41 22.22 13.93 15 14.41 139 15.34 13.93 -.83 -30.6tCapBcp n Q CBNK 13.19 11.41 28 11.90 66 12.84 11.41 -.71 -7.0tCapCtyBk Q CCBG .36f 1.5 20 26.50 19.93 12 23.35 89 24.28 19.93 +.67 +1.8tCapOne N COF 1.60 1.9 12 106.50 85.17 3918 85.75 24475 91.87 84.94 -5.88 -13.9 CapOne pfC N COFpC 1.56 6.2 26.79 25.10 12 25.33 101 25.41 25.27 -.04 -3.2 CapOne pfD N COFpD 1.68 6.5 27.34 25.69 19 25.92 264 26.05 25.84 -.10 -3.4 CapOne pfF N COFpF 1.55 6.1 27.31 25.02 26 25.38 229 25.43 25.20 +.05 -6.1 CapOne pfB N COFpP 1.50 6.0 25.80 24.72 33 25.01 241 25.09 24.85 +.09 -1.2 CpOne pf H N COFpH 27.19 24.82 20 25.22 203 25.36 25.07 +.07 -6.3 CapOne pfG N COFpG 25.55 22.50 38 22.91 255 23.32 22.52 +.21 -8.5tCapProd Q CPLP .32 11.9 15 3.60 2.65 345 2.68 2507 2.84 2.64 -.09 -20.2 CapSenL N CSU 16.72 7.18 113 8.29 748 8.97 8.06 -.49 -38.5 CapSwst Q CSWC 1.36f 7.3 19 19.80 14.85 29 18.62 244 18.97 18.55 -.23 +12.5 CapitalaF Q CPTA 1.00 12.5 11 9.05 6.88 204 7.97 502 8.60 7.85 -.62 +9.5 Capitala22 Q CPTAL 1.50 6.0 25.97 24.13 4 24.83 11 25.00 24.80 -.03 -1.5tCapFedFn Q CFFN .34a 2.8 20 15.04 11.93 450 12.26 2083 12.48 11.80 -.07 -8.6 CapInv n N CIC 10.10 9.60 9.98 20 10.06 9.94 +.01 +3.1tCapricor Q CAPR 3.19 .68 341 .67 1202 .90 .66 -.21 -57.7tCapsteadM N CMO .64 8.8 11 9.69 7.07 1223 7.24 4138 7.59 7.07 -.25 -16.3 Capstd pfE N CMOpE 1.88 7.6 25.85 24.62 5 24.85 64 24.98 24.80 -.13 -2.0 CpstnTur rs Q CPST 1.90 .69 254 .84 1700 .92 .83 -.05 +9.4 CarGurus n Q CARG 57.25 27.98 697 41.96 3380 42.81 39.67 +1.04 +40.0 CaraThera Q CARA 24.30 11.11 460 18.67 3024 20.11 17.78 -1.00 +52.5tCarboCer N CRR 12.69 4.50 574 4.90 2369 5.99 4.50 -1.06 -51.9tCarbBlk n Q CBLK 35.00 16.33 969 16.26 2844 19.78 16.02 -2.06 -32.1 Carbonite Q CARB 43.63 20.50 247 33.16 1496 35.47 32.24 -1.87 +32.1 CardnlHlth N CAH 1.90 3.8 75.75 48.14 4413 49.92 22851 53.52 48.91 -3.27 -18.5 CardiovSys Q CSII 40.00 20.58 153 33.96 1019 36.88 33.30 -2.43 +43.4 Cardlytc n Q CDLX 28.29 11.10 108 19.04 559 21.18 18.21 -1.35 +42.4 Cardtronic Q CATM 19 39.10 15.80 329 26.66 2259 29.85 26.25 -1.78 +44.0 CareTrust Q CTRE .82 4.6 35 19.76 12.73 1415 17.74 3633 17.88 16.95 +.35 +5.8 Care.com N CRCM 95 22.95 14.37 149 17.01 684 18.09 16.58 -.66 -5.7 CareDx h Q CDNA 29.60 4.92 793 24.14 3117 24.98 21.85 -.41 +228.9 CareerEd Q CECO .30f 2.1 19.07 10.40 106 14.02 780 14.22 13.57 +.24 +16.1tCarlisle N CSL 1.48 1.6 15 129.47 92.16 534 95.14 4593 103.63 92.16 -6.61 -16.3tCarlyleGp Q CG 1.38e 7.2 8 25.90 18.89 492 19.08 3185 20.58 18.89 -1.08 -16.7 CarlGp pfA Q TCGP 1.47 6.7 25.53 21.44 63 22.03 255 22.07 21.62 +.28 -13.2 CarMax N KMX 17 81.67 57.05 1661 70.04 7514 71.17 66.90 +1.39 +9.2tCarnival N CCL 2.00 3.7 12 72.70 54.58 5670 54.27 25129 57.66 54.05 -2.96 -18.2tCarnUK N CUK 1.80f 3.3 72.29 54.13 494 53.87 1871 57.11 53.61 -2.97 -18.7tCaroFin s Q CARO .28 .9 16 45.58 28.49 54 31.70 339 33.57 28.49 -1.62 -14.7 CarolTrBk Q CART 30 10.00 7.40 0 8.11 3 8.40 7.88 -.20 -15.1 CarpTech N CRS .80 1.8 34 61.49 41.75 496 43.91 3374 53.36 42.75 -8.58 -13.9tCarrSrv N CSV .30 1.6 13 28.96 19.14 101 19.17 447 20.11 18.90 -.88 -25.4 Carrizo Q CRZO 38 31.57 13.50 2502 18.22 11862 21.51 17.32 -3.18 -14.4 CarrolsRst Q TAST 17 16.40 9.90 116 13.36 848 13.98 13.31 -.30 +10.0 Cars.cm N CARS 32.94 20.94 674 25.50 5016 26.88 24.47 +1.03 -11.6tCarters N CRI 1.80 1.9 15 129.00 89.11 1954 92.93 8823 99.76 88.98 -1.43 -20.9 Carvana A n N CVNA 72.59 12.17 1120 38.72 6442 42.55 38.12 -1.45 +102.5 CarverBc lf Q CARV 41 11.94 2.01 0 4.07 17 4.63 4.05 -.28 +40.0 CasaSys n Q CASA 73 34.21 11.26 283 13.84 1994 14.42 13.26 -.15 -22.1 CasellaW Q CWST 33.94 17.88 196 31.29 1255 32.05 29.89 -.41 +35.9 Caseys Q CASY 1.16 1.0 29 130.74 90.42 393 122.02 1617 127.83 120.64 -4.69 +9.0 CassInfo Q CASS 1.04b 1.7 30 74.49 54.37 36 61.82 122 63.66 58.92 -.12 +6.2 CastleBr A ROX 1.42 .90 178 .97 960 1.02 .97 -.04 -20.5tCastlightH N CSLT 5.95 2.20 234 2.37 2459 2.49 2.20 -.09 -36.8 Catabasis n Q CATB 2.38 .61 544 .65 2261 .71 .62 -.05 -56.4 Catalent N CTLT 66 47.87 36.73 455 38.19 3117 41.78 37.67 -3.18 -7.0 CatalstB rs Q CBIO 37.00 4.15 127 9.14 834 9.88 8.60 -.35 -33.0 CatalystPh Q CPRX 4.51 2.18 1252 3.12 5309 3.46 2.92 -.19 -20.2 Catasys n Q CATS 14.29 3.30 61 7.98 338 9.14 7.51 -.74 +112.8tCatchMTim N CTT .54 6.0 13.73 8.96 609 8.99 1857 9.51 8.91 -.55 -31.5tCaterpillar N CAT 3.44 3.0 11 173.19 112.25 10811 115.05 74582 133.13 112.25 -16.27 -27.0tCathayGen Q CATY .96 2.6 14 45.59 35.73 469 36.49 2526 38.99 35.73 -2.32 -13.5 CathGn wt Q CATYW 24.59 21.11 22.21 -.4 CatoCp N CATO 1.32 6.9 19 26.88 10.76 178 19.17 1223 20.36 18.76 +.39 +20.4 CavcoInd Q CVCO 30 261.80 139.50 66 201.68 346 210.30 190.40 -.12 +32.2 CecoEnv Q CECE .30 4.2 9.42 4.00 28 7.22 288 7.50 6.96 -.13 +40.7tCedarF N FUN 3.56 7.2 13 70.82 50.10 425 49.40 1026 55.00 48.93 -5.44 -24.0 CedarRlty N CDR .20 5.3 9 6.29 3.54 575 3.74 1759 4.01 3.66 -.20 -38.5 CedarR pfB N CDRpB 1.81 7.5 25.61 22.03 24.00 3 24.00 23.79 +.20 -5.0 CedrRT pfC N CDRpC 1.63 7.8 25.38 18.82 2 20.97 28 21.36 20.33 -.26 -16.3 Cel-Sci rs A CVM 4.44 .82 322 2.73 2294 3.59 2.60 -.79 +44.4tCelanese N CE 2.16 2.3 10 119.29 93.10 1720 95.99 8126 100.75 92.96 -3.09 -10.4 Celcuity n Q CELC 31.00 13.16 5 28.10 41 29.10 27.31 -.18 +48.3tCelestic g N CLS 8 12.59 9.10 813 9.72 4858 11.18 9.10 -1.25 -7.3tCelgene Q CELG 22 123.25 72.30 7157 72.45 43435 83.00 71.14 -9.96 -30.6 Celgene rt Q CELGZ 2.65 .11 39 .95 199 1.05 .85 -.00 -2.3 Cellcom N CEL 6 10.62 5.43 4 5.69 16 6.28 5.67 -.56 -44.2tCelldexTh Q CLDX 3.09 .33 1456 .35 10379 .42 .33 -.07 -87.7 CellectBio n Q APOP 13.50 4.40 8 4.72 95 6.01 4.45 -.51 -32.6 Cellectar rs Q CLRB 17.50 2.03 14 2.54 321 2.83 2.51 -.15 -81.5 Cellectis n Q CLLS 38.85 22.62 80 24.65 799 26.60 23.93 -1.55 -15.4 CallularBio Q CBMG 25.00 9.25 73 12.38 437 15.05 12.04 -2.67 +10.0 Celsion rs Q CLSN 3.96 1.75 60 2.26 1156 2.58 2.11 -.23 -15.7 CelsiusH n Q CELH 6.05 3.05 17 3.94 147 4.10 3.81 -.04 -25.0 Celyad n Q CYAD 61.10 22.17 15 23.58 45 26.26 23.25 -1.61 -45.3 Cementos N CPAC .50e 4.9 14.11 9.20 1 10.20 6 10.36 9.99 +.19 -17.7tCemex N CX .29t 8.51 5.28 18701 5.27 65622 5.97 5.02 -.63 -29.7sCemig pf N CIG .08e 2.4 3.01 1.56 24581 3.28 51147 3.29 2.74 +.48 +59.2sCemig N CIG/C .08e 2.6 3.00 1.55 2 3.09 6 3.09 2.69 +.40 +66.9 Cemtrex rs Q CETX .02p 4 3.57 1.09 30 1.18 200 1.29 1.14 -.07 -53.7 Cemtrx pf Q CETXP .58t 6.59 3.33 3.54 8 3.61 3.40 +.04 -26.5 CenovusE N CVE .20 6 11.52 7.09 5243 8.50 23354 8.68 8.24 -6.9 Centene s N CNC 18 148.24 89.08 2625 127.25 14796 143.89 125.07 -15.53 +26.1 CntRsDvA Q CDEV 23.12 15.78 1624 18.68 9749 20.61 18.10 -1.73 -5.7 CC MLPInf N CEN 1.25 14.8 11.48 8.12 302 8.46 1506 9.28 8.31 -.79 -15.1 CenterPnt N CNP 1.11 4.1 19 30.17 24.81 5103 27.17 28713 28.29 26.93 -.95 -4.2tCntrStBk Q CSFL .40 1.7 32.27 22.75 577 23.34 2759 25.08 22.75 -1.68 -9.3 CentElBr B N 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CntryLink N CTL 2.16 11.2 8 24.20 13.16 17478 19.37 57046 22.04 19.12 -2.62 +16.1 CeragonN Q CRNT 4.15 1.64 350 3.30 2456 3.75 3.25 -.14 +66.7 Cerecor n Q CERC 5.74 .85 206 3.94 739 4.56 3.80 -.58 +23.1 CerdHCM n N CDAY 44.98 29.68 869 36.40 4230 37.74 35.68 +.13 +19.3tCerner Q CERN 28 73.46 52.05 7646 55.55 15645 63.96 50.91 -7.43 -17.6 CerusCp Q CERS 8.05 2.75 771 6.38 3793 6.72 6.30 -.25 +88.8 Cervecer N CCU .35e 1.4 30.35 24.37 247 25.61 784 26.54 25.11 -.55 -13.4 CescaTh h Q KOOL 4.14 .22 135 .34 577 .38 .33 -.03 -88.8 ChaSerg un Q CTACU 10.05 10.00 0 10.03 423 10.04 10.00 -.1sChaisma n Q CHMA 3.90 1.20 22 3.63 452 3.90 3.32 -.10 +113.5 ChampO hrs Q CSBR 17.90 3.05 31 11.99 505 12.99 11.12 -.78 +209.0 Changyou Q CYOU 5 27.77 12.68 89 13.30 379 13.55 12.69 +.37 -46.4 ChannAdv N ECOM 15.63 8.30 58 11.63 286 12.04 11.43 -.30 +29.2 Chantic rs Q BURG 5.15 1.81 4 2.25 71 2.39 2.03 -.03 -14.4 CharahSol n N CHRA 12.00 5.27 47 7.63 340 7.80 7.19 +.28 -36.4 CharlsCol h Q CTHR 1.60 .80 48 .93 300 .94 .83 +.08 -31.5 ChRvLab N CRL 23 135.90 96.70 409 118.27 2229 125.34 112.98 -4.06 +8.1 ChartInds Q GTLS 44 80.31 41.32 270 66.55 2445 71.20 63.86 -3.23 +42.0 ChartCm n Q CHTR 96 396.64 250.10 4569 295.01 10067 325.00 284.35 -26.33 -12.2 ChaseCorp A CCF .80f .8 32 131.70 95.00 14 106.60 119 109.70 103.46 -.98 -11.5 ChathLTr N CLDT 1.32 6.8 26 23.91 17.90 223 19.28 1080 19.88 18.92 -.32 -15.3 ChkPoint Q CHKP 21 120.81 93.76 1215 108.37 8611 114.45 106.00 -1.90 +4.6 CheckC nrs Q CHEK 23.28 3.08 22 3.64 277 3.79 3.51 -.02 -65.1tChckPnt n Q CKPT 7.38 2.22 46 2.29 172 2.80 2.04 -.49 -41.0 Cheesecake Q CAKE 1.32f 2.7 15 60.19 41.50 1023 48.63 4447 50.99 48.19 -.96 +.9 CheetahM N CMCM 18.18 7.38 286 8.58 1633 8.82 8.11 +.21 -29.0 ChefsWhs Q CHEF 65 39.26 16.15 283 32.46 1339 33.94 31.53 +.06 +58.3 Chegg N CHGG 32.82 13.75 1575 23.80 6539 26.14 23.32 -1.46 +45.8 Chembio Q CEMI 11.55 5.90 54 8.40 252 9.89 7.65 -1.25 +2.4 Chemed N CHE 1.12 .4 25 335.99 206.80 82 287.81 372 305.17 281.65 -14.42 +18.4tChemFinl Q CHFC 1.36 3.1 14 59.83 42.77 596 43.76 3074 49.16 41.97 -5.32 -18.2 ChemoCntx Q CCXI 41 15.08 5.42 112 10.96 740 11.44 10.66 -.45 +84.2tChemours n N CC 1.00f 3.0 9 58.08 31.79 1799 33.23 8939 36.40 31.34 -2.64 -33.6 ChemungF Q CHMG 1.04 2.5 24 56.83 39.01 4 41.20 38 42.90 40.66 +.58 -14.3 CheniereEn A LNG .56p 71.03 43.83 2197 59.39 14695 64.58 57.46 -4.93 +10.3 ChenEnLP A CQP 2.24 6.7 40.56 26.68 167 33.64 935 36.50 33.08 -2.68 +13.5 Cherokee h Q CHKE .20 33.8 3.18 .38 18 .59 236 .64 .55 +.02 -68.8 CherHMtg N CHMI 1.96 11.1 4 19.20 16.01 94 17.73 452 17.94 17.33 -.03 -1.4 ChrHMt pfA N CHMIpA 2.05 8.2 26.03 24.47 11 24.99 27 25.14 24.69 -.12 -3.1 ChesEng N CHK 6 5.60 2.53 34944 3.82 169450 4.76 3.70 -.87 -3.5 ChesEn pfD N CHKpD 4.50 8.4 58.43 45.99 4 53.50 19 55.25 52.92 -1.23 +7.6 ChesGranW N CHKR .32e 20.1 1 2.30 1.20 34 1.57 220 1.67 1.55 -.06 -15.1 ChespkLdg N CHSP 1.60 5.6 29 33.81 24.98 330 28.43 1681 29.87 27.85 -1.17 +4.9sChespkUtil N CPK 1.48f 1.8 23 93.09 66.35 40 80.92 677 93.09 80.41 -.95 +3.0 Chevron N CVX 4.48 4.0 50 133.88 108.02 8026 111.53 36055 118.49 109.66 -6.61 -10.9 ChiRivet A CVR .84 2.6 33.41 28.70 1 32.52 4 32.59 31.72 -.18 +2.3 ChkSoup n Q CSSE .45p 11.41 6.19 21 8.36 70 9.17 7.80 -.80 -7.1 ChkSoup pf Q CSSEP 2.44 9.4 27.14 24.05 0 25.91 1 26.07 25.91 +.21 +4.0 Chicos N CHS .34 4.5 10 10.90 7.02 4134 7.52 16375 7.98 7.08 +.44 -14.7 ChildPlace Q PLCE 2.00 1.4 33 161.65 100.80 599 146.74 2479 147.33 134.39 +12.85 +1.0 Chimera rs N CIM 2.00 11.5 8 19.35 15.77 1470 17.46 6896 17.76 17.12 +.06 -5.5 Chimer pfA N CIMpA 2.00 7.9 26.74 24.51 13 25.26 86 25.42 25.01 -.20 -2.2 Chimer pfB N CIMpB 2.00 7.8 26.41 24.88 49 25.65 340 25.72 25.18 +.35 -.6 tChimerix Q CMRX 5.94 3.15 558 3.53 2552 3.65 3.11 -.07 -23.8 ChAdvCns Q CADC 10.20 1.70 292 2.56 934 3.50 2.42 -.19 -40.5tChinaAuto Q CAAS 4 5.25 2.89 29 2.66 87 3.14 2.60 -.50 -44.6tChinaBio Q CBPO 16 107.44 62.77 350 60.38 1672 71.32 60.08 -10.62 -23.3 ChinCer rs Q CCCL 6.45 1.21 1850 2.29 3866 3.10 1.85 -.48 -4.2 ChiCmCr h Q GLG 3.87 .46 40 .49 424 .65 .47 -.11 -64.5 ChiCustR n Q CCRC 35.10 7.90 3 11.41 52 12.72 10.93 -.09 -33.1 ChinaDEd N DL .45e 8 10.71 7.04 8 7.33 69 7.93 7.11 -.60 -20.9 ChinaEAir N CEA 45.33 24.64 9 26.86 64 27.84 26.19 +1.01 -25.7 ChiFnOnl Q JRJC 4.14 1.65 6 1.89 84 1.95 1.77 -.01 -29.5tChinaFd N CHN .55e 3.2 24.76 17.21 16 17.03 150 18.10 16.85 -.64 -21.3 ChinaGreen N CGA .10e 16.5 1 2.11 .45 390 .61 1257 .81 .59 -.15 -51.1 ChinaHGS Q HGSH 2 4.48 1.18 39 1.24 126 1.44 1.22 -.08 +1.0tChnaIntNt n Q CIFS 66.10 2.00 460 2.10 3139 3.13 2.00 -1.14 -95.0 ChinaJJ h Q CJJD 2.06 1.17 91 1.88 580 2.05 1.78 -.14 +51.6 ChinLend h Q CLDC .32e 31.4 7.75 .77 242 1.02 960 1.14 .95 -.09 -67.2tChinaLife s N LFC .14e 1.4 17.85 10.49 919 10.21 3414 11.46 10.13 -.85 -34.6 ChinaMble N CHL 3.50e 7.6 53.23 43.25 1040 45.81 4068 49.44 45.61 -3.74 -9.4 ChinaNRes Q CHNR 4.23 1.61 134 1.87 149 2.02 1.73 -.07 -30.0 ChiNBorun N BORN 2 1.57 1.03 63 1.21 130 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72.30 0 72.30 72.30 +.78 -2.2 CivitasSolu N CIVI 25 19.80 11.15 41 14.60 145 15.43 14.30 -.72 -14.6 Clarus Q CLAR .10 1.0 12.00 6.35 101 9.65 699 11.00 9.24 -.39 +22.9tClayGSCn N GCE 1.43e 10.1 17.52 14.20 14.20 1 14.24 14.20 -.56 -14.7 CleanEngy Q CLNE 4.05 1.31 692 2.19 4168 2.41 2.13 -.18 +7.9 CleanHarb N CLH 72.50 44.75 420 62.45 2554 66.68 60.80 -3.92 +15.2 ClearChan N CCO 6.38 3.60 75 5.71 645 6.25 5.53 -.46 +24.1 ClrBrEnTR N CTR 1.35e 13.5 13.18 9.50 150 10.03 889 10.98 9.98 -.95 -13.7 ClearOne Q CLRO .28 17.2 9.95 1.55 3 1.63 13 1.64 1.57 +.06 -81.8 ClrAllCGr n Q CACG 31.85 26.37 15 28.26 63 29.60 27.95 -1.23 +1.4 ClrLgCap n N LRGE 34.24 27.48 30 30.40 33 31.87 30.30 -1.46 +3.4 ClrDvStr n Q YLDE 29.55 26.35 0 26.96 1 27.49 26.89 -.84 -2.5 ClrbrgMLP N CBA .80m 11.7 9.58 6.53 332 6.86 1096 7.62 6.75 -.72 -17.1 ClearEnFd N CEM 1.76f 13.5 17.36 12.10 231 13.01 1271 14.15 12.93 -1.06 -14.8 ClrbEOpFd N EMO 1.47e 14.3 13.36 9.56 104 10.29 413 11.04 10.09 -.69 -12.8 Clearfield Q CLFD 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CoffeeH Q JVA 39 5.75 3.65 5 4.62 46 4.72 4.36 -.10 +8.5 CogentC Q CCOI 2.08f 4.1 57.65 35.75 341 50.65 1640 53.64 49.45 -1.67 +11.8tCognex s Q CGNX .18 .4 31 72.99 39.90 1559 41.24 6908 45.05 39.83 -2.06 -32.6tCognizTch Q CTSH .80 1.1 22 85.10 69.69 3807 70.53 17874 74.23 69.32 -3.16 -.7 CohBar n Q CWBR 10.79 3.58 26 3.86 210 4.24 3.60 -.34 -22.3 Cohen n A COHN .80 7.7 12.00 7.50 2 10.40 9 10.40 9.61 +.38 +29.6tCohSClosed N FOF 1.04 9.1 13.52 11.60 139 11.49 412 12.08 11.45 -.51 -13.7tCohStGlbI N INB 1.12 13.5 10.44 8.24 137 8.30 445 8.63 8.19 -.28 -16.0 Cohen&Str N CNS 1.32 3.6 17 47.83 35.50 107 37.05 771 37.49 36.44 -.52 -21.7 CohStInfra N UTF 1.60 7.5 24.61 20.88 282 21.38 1355 22.36 21.30 -.83 -10.9tC&SLtDP&I N LDP 1.87 8.2 26.87 22.52 105 22.89 534 22.96 22.52 +.32 -12.2 C&SIncEgy N MIE 1.32 14.3 11.40 8.86 122 9.25 550 10.24 9.23 -.97 -9.8 CohStQIR N RQI .96 8.5 12.90 10.55 230 11.30 1521 11.70 11.11 -.37 -10.7 CohStRE N RNP 1.48 8.3 21.56 17.80 166 17.93 919 18.39 17.91 -.35 -15.7 CohStSelPf N PSF 2.06 8.1 29.03 25.16 19 25.58 84 25.78 25.42 +.08 -9.4 CohenStTR N RFI .96 8.4 13.10 11.38 130 11.48 410 11.77 11.39 -.16 -10.1tCoherent Q COHR 18 329.00 115.53 386 123.58 3178 131.96 115.53 -8.67 -56.2 CoherusBio Q CHRS 20.66 8.05 433 11.52 2202 12.38 10.87 -.81 +30.9 Cohu Q COHU .24 1.2 18 27.83 18.60 230 19.32 1628 21.10 18.73 -1.57 -12.0tColfax N CFX 20 43.29 26.25 1192 27.83 7803 31.28 26.25 -3.26 -29.8tColgPalm N CL 1.68 2.8 21 77.91 61.28 9629 59.58 29155 65.37 59.26 -4.94 -21.0 CollPlant n Q CLGN 8.99 4.70 32 5.53 998 8.73 5.21 +.03 -38.2 CllctUnv Q CLCT .70 4.9 11 30.82 13.00 23 14.42 108 14.82 14.26 -.10 -49.7 Collegium n Q COLL 29.90 9.01 192 16.32 1854 17.37 15.64 -.08 -11.6 Colliers Q CIGI .10 .2 22 84.20 46.60 43 63.33 182 68.05 62.02 -3.69 +4.9 ColonyBk Q CBAN .20 1.1 12 19.50 13.50 2 18.11 3 18.17 17.00 +.56 +24.0 ColonCap N CLNY 12.75 5.28 2469 5.71 14453 5.89 5.55 -.14 -50.0 ColCap pfB N CLNYpB 2.06 8.2 25.95 22.26 3 25.03 76 25.08 23.76 -.07 -1.5 ColCap pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.6 27.45 23.86 3 25.59 81 25.59 25.28 +.04 -3.7 ColCap pfG N CLNYpG 1.88 8.3 25.86 21.93 1 22.79 5 23.00 22.67 -.45 -9.4 ColCap pfJ N CLNYpJ 24.84 21.48 8 21.80 65 22.00 21.75 -11.2 ColCap pfI N CLNYpI 1.79 8.1 25.75 21.50 7 22.00 158 22.02 21.75 +.29 -12.6 ColCap pfH N CLNYpH 1.78 8.1 25.89 21.61 2 21.94 52 22.11 21.86 -.08 -12.3tColBnkg Q COLB 1.04a 2.9 19 48.06 31.35 703 36.26 2265 36.57 31.35 +.31 -16.5tCol Sust n N ESGW 32.13 27.20 1 27.16 2 27.76 27.10 -1.37 -9.9tCol SusInt n N ESGN 32.31 26.34 3 26.08 11 27.68 26.07 -1.35 -14.7tCol SusUS n N ESGS 32.51 28.04 0 27.90 2 28.72 27.90 -1.09 -5.7 Col MuniI n N MUST 20.36 19.68 5 20.20 5 20.26 20.18 +.14 +.7 ColumFn n Q CLBK 17.73 14.01 162 15.27 809 15.67 14.91 -.28 -1.0tCol Bey N BBRC .50e 3.0 20.47 16.54 16.78 11 16.94 16.54 -.21 -8.9tColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 23.50 0 23.90 17 24.96 23.50 -.59 -13.6tColQualDv N HILO .32e 2.4 17.10 13.33 2 13.18 6 13.64 13.17 -.42 -17.1tCol EMCns N ECON .10e .5 29.87 19.92 375 20.31 2145 21.09 19.92 -.29 -27.8 Col IndiaC N INCO .03e .1 51.06 37.00 6 37.99 59 38.75 37.82 -.56 -23.4 Col IndiaInf N INXX .10e .9 16.79 10.74 12 10.82 86 10.99 10.74 -.18 -31.8 Col IndSC N SCIN .17e 1.2 25.98 13.00 5 13.65 27 13.91 13.53 -.42 -41.7 ColumbPT N CXP .80 3.7 13 25.07 19.55 992 21.79 3772 22.23 21.17 -.12 -5.1 ColSelTec N STK .92a 4.8 24.58 18.45 64 19.01 387 20.00 18.85 -.85 -14.6 ColuSprtw Q COLM .96f 1.1 29 95.58 60.76 763 85.57 2113 89.95 83.95 -.30 +19.0tColmbus Q CMCO .20 .7 82 45.85 29.88 117 30.35 709 36.07 29.88 -4.70 -24.1tcomScore n Q SCOR 25.69 15.60 129 15.35 584 16.53 15.08 -.55 -37.3 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76 2.2 17 44.00 30.43 42421 35.24 155770 36.42 34.05 -.74 -11.7 Comcst29 N CCZ 1.58e 3.0 64.00 50.35 0 52.50 0 -16.5 Comerica N CMA 2.40f 3.0 13 102.66 74.16 1752 78.81 9871 84.95 78.11 -5.60 -9.2 ComfrtS N FIX .34f .6 33 59.05 35.85 999 53.47 2334 55.41 48.77 +1.47 +22.5tCommScpe Q COMM 24 41.60 24.37 1495 23.60 11350 25.86 23.31 -1.99 -37.6 ComndSec A MOC 3.55 1.20 1 2.80 26 2.81 2.80 -.01 -8.8 CmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.5 16 72.55 52.07 431 61.13 2828 62.67 59.50 -1.22 +9.5 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.9 26.98 25.00 3 25.36 25 25.74 25.25 -.08 -3.8tCmclMtls N CMC .48 2.7 36 26.72 17.26 2402 17.74 11352 19.06 17.26 -.32 -16.8tCmclVehcl Q CVGI 27 13.90 6.57 113 6.56 706 7.27 6.39 -.58 -38.6tCommSys Q JCS .16 5.9 4.66 2.66 4 2.73 77 3.08 2.65 -.16 -23.5 CmtyBkSy N CBU 1.52f 2.7 15 67.07 50.69 232 56.40 1444 60.71 54.54 -1.70 +4.9 CmtyBkTr Q ESXB 21 10.05 7.90 21 8.26 109 9.28 8.05 -.07 +1.3tCmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.3 15 40.44 29.45 3 29.87 57 32.20 29.00 -2.25 -22.0 CommuFt n Q CFBI 13.30 10.53 6 10.70 28 11.75 10.70 -1.14 -7.8 CmtyHlt N CYH 6.55 2.48 2612 3.00 9637 3.07 2.61 +.05 -29.6 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .04 .00 1017 .00 12074 .01 .00 -42.9 CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.61f 5.4 81 32.81 22.41 59 29.79 270 30.64 28.82 +.57 +6.0 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.44 3.2 15 53.00 42.40 23 44.74 267 46.15 43.12 -.66 -5.0 CmtyWest Q CWBC .20 1.7 17 12.97 10.25 0 11.70 6 11.87 11.50 +.14 +9.8 CommVlt Q CVLT 72.65 48.35 375 57.97 3166 60.96 57.56 -1.33 +10.4 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .4 25.12 17.91 816 21.10 4703 21.94 20.91 -.36 -10.5 CompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.9 18.35 14.60 244 16.17 1050 16.96 16.03 -.76 -4.6 ComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 8.1 25.31 20.01 2 22.27 12 22.99 22.15 -.03 -9.7tCompssMn N CMP 2.88 6.1 16 76.65 46.76 725 47.15 5779 69.14 46.29 -20.96 -34.7 Compugn Q CGEN 5.00 2.25 201 3.03 940 3.70 2.81 -.61 +21.2tCmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.6 46 34.65 24.96 100 24.88 816 27.42 24.87 -1.72 -17.2tCmpTask Q CTG .24 5.4 9.62 4.46 127 4.43 481 5.05 4.37 -.40 -13.1 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 2018

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Compx A CIX .20 1.6 12 16.50 11.95 2 12.51 7 13.26 12.51 -.71 -5.9 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 6.58 1.20 20 1.99 98 2.24 1.90 -.23 +17.0 ComstkM rs A LODE .70 .12 1100 .22 7035 .29 .21 -.03 -44.6 ComstkRs rs N CRK 12.32 4.01 301 7.06 2208 8.87 6.73 -1.74 -16.5 Comtech Q CMTL .40 1.4 23 36.94 19.30 154 28.13 966 32.20 28.07 -3.56 +27.2 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.4 17 39.43 32.82 8133 35.42 65332 37.60 35.06 -.42 -6.0 ConatusPh Q CNAT 20 7.95 3.22 391 4.22 2190 4.82 4.00 -.55 -8.7 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 12.33 146 15.01 1056 15.37 14.22 +.17 -42.0 ConchoRes N CXO 20 163.11 123.63 2144 135.18 8465 147.68 131.15 -12.36 -10.0 ConcdMed N CCM 4.20 2.46 2 3.67 24 3.67 2.85 +.80 +10.2 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.5 21 11.32 9.26 4 10.39 31 10.85 10.23 -.55 +4.4 Conduent n N CNDT 23.39 14.95 1001 19.16 4780 20.54 19.08 -1.11 +18.6 Conformis n Q CFMS 3.83 .88 193 .90 1032 .97 .88 -.04 -62.2 ConiferH n Q CNFR 7.20 5.00 1 5.73 15 5.75 5.40 +.14 -1.2 Conmed Q CNMD .80 1.2 24 83.49 49.09 88 68.99 851 72.20 68.14 -2.75 +35.4 Conns Q CONN 26 42.65 22.10 290 27.58 1681 30.18 27.13 -2.41 -22.4tConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.5 18 31.40 19.30 309 20.00 1233 21.45 19.30 -1.29 -22.3 ConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.25 1.8 43 69.96 48.86 32 69.13 199 69.70 68.79 -.43 +20.4 ConocoPhil N COP 1.22f 1.8 55 80.24 48.97 8194 68.48 39352 72.77 65.00 -4.01 +24.8 ConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 12.9 19.62 10.31 862 11.99 2631 12.91 11.57 -.75 -1.6 ConEd N ED 2.86 3.7 16 89.70 71.12 2550 76.33 11212 78.62 75.62 -1.05 -10.1 CnsTom A CTO .32f .6 6 67.97 56.00 7 57.96 41 62.10 57.96 -2.83 -8.7 ConsolWtr Q CWCO .34 2.7 37 15.35 11.20 28 12.57 163 13.08 12.20 -.44 +.5 ConstAlph n Q CNAC 10.15 9.69 20 10.07 65 10.10 9.95 -.03 +3.3 ConstAl wt Q CNACW .30 .20 .25 +13.6 ConstAlp un Q CNACU 11.50 9.11 4 10.45 30 10.51 10.45 -.10 +2.7 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .95 .26 6 .31 10 .32 .30 -.14 ConstellA N STZ 2.96f 1.4 13 236.62 198.85 3008 209.96 12854 227.35 205.89 -12.97 -8.1 ConstellB N STZ/B 2.68f 1.3 16 234.00 198.90 1 213.30 4 223.49 207.60 -14.10 -6.2tConstPh n Q CNST 12.21 6.00 30 6.36 97 7.15 5.58 -.71 -44.7tConstellm N CSTM 14.10 8.16 1632 9.08 9415 9.82 8.16 -.57 -18.6tConstPrt n Q ROAD 14.06 8.52 112 8.49 380 10.56 8.40 -1.70 -29.8 ConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 4.70 3.18 12 3.71 96 3.95 3.51 -.01 -10.6 CnE pfB N CMSpB 4.50 4.4 105.95 96.93 101.86 3 102.50 100.50 +.01 -2.0 ContainStr N TCS 20 12.42 3.53 292 9.57 1549 10.30 9.32 -.33 +101.9 Contango A MCF 7.32 2.22 154 5.11 1340 5.85 4.92 -.64 +8.5 ContlBldg N CBPX 16 39.60 25.00 613 27.21 2874 30.29 26.90 -2.86 -3.3 ContMatls A CUO 20.00 15.50 15.73 1 16.00 15.73 -.02 -17.2 ContlRescs N CLR 46 71.95 36.90 1897 53.54 10185 59.15 51.95 -5.59 +1.1 ContraFect Q CFRX 2.93 .85 222 1.88 590 2.03 1.67 -.03 +86.1 ContraV rs Q CTRV 5.76 .46 142 .53 522 .60 .53 -.02 -81.5 Control4 Q CTRL 37 37.62 20.50 392 26.16 1584 28.68 25.58 -1.79 -12.1 ConvrgOn n Q CVON .08 .9 10.83 8.01 36 9.00 391 9.82 8.50 +.09 -9.8tCooTek n N CTK 11.58 6.72 43 7.00 337 7.97 6.72 -.54 -25.8 CoolHl rs Q AWSM 22.61 2.70 140 4.15 965 5.70 4.05 -1.64 -42.2 CooperCo N COO .06 280.10 216.47 217 247.85 977 256.43 243.85 -6.36 +13.8 CooperTire N CTB .42 1.7 31 40.78 22.58 896 25.45 4110 26.26 24.22 +.84 -28.0tCooperStd N CPS 10 146.78 88.91 186 89.61 1035 95.31 87.50 -1.92 -26.8tCopaHold N CPA 3.48 4.9 8 141.34 68.20 887 70.87 3229 75.10 67.42 -4.70 -47.1 Copart s Q CPRT 27 67.08 35.32 2317 47.26 13041 50.66 46.28 -2.02 +9.4 Copel N ELP .26e 3.7 8.64 4.70 688 6.96 2313 6.96 6.52 +.27 -8.8 CorbusPhm Q CRBP 9.96 4.50 776 6.77 5973 7.80 6.63 -.48 -4.6tCorcept Q CORT 11 25.96 11.27 1201 11.63 8035 13.26 11.25 -.54 -35.6tCoreLabs N CLB 2.20 2.5 48 130.34 87.34 1117 87.05 4836 102.12 85.09 -15.03 -20.5 CoreMold A CMT .05 23.85 6.37 20 7.15 96 7.74 6.70 -.03 -67.1sCoreMrk s Q CORE .40 1.1 41 38.59 17.10 267 37.21 1187 38.59 35.65 -.57 +17.8tCorePtLd n N CPLG 28.30 15.79 439 16.06 1951 16.96 15.75 -.74 -42.4 Corecivic N CXW 1.72 7.2 14 26.49 18.61 955 23.74 3282 24.32 23.28 +.38 +5.5tCoreLogic N CLGX 17 55.79 38.67 1377 39.29 5292 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+50.3tCort1Aon27 N KTN 2.05 7.0 35.01 29.44 1 29.28 4 29.64 29.26 -.32 -10.5tCortsJCP97 N KTP 1.91 24.3 16.26 7.80 17 7.86 109 8.40 7.80 -.16 -44.9tCortsJCP N JBR 1.75 24.6 14.64 7.00 5 7.11 18 7.36 7.00 -.35 -43.1 CortsPE N KTH 2.00 6.6 35.00 30.20 0 30.27 7 31.67 30.27 +.43 -6.4 Corvel Q CRVL 30 61.20 46.45 33 55.10 148 55.68 52.59 +1.25 +4.2 CorvusPh n Q CRVS 15.21 6.81 79 7.52 336 8.25 7.41 -.47 -27.4 Cosan Ltd N CZZ .26e 3.1 11.89 6.21 1310 8.45 6258 8.58 8.01 +.30 -12.9tCostamre N CMRE .40 7.6 8.39 5.25 536 5.27 2842 5.96 5.23 -.47 -8.7tCostam pfB N CMREpB 1.91 8.5 27.43 22.95 10 22.59 21 24.00 22.56 -1.57 -9.7tCostmr pfC N CMREpC 2.13 9.1 26.06 23.47 13 23.38 46 24.36 23.15 -.92 -8.1tCostam pfD N CMREpD 2.19 9.3 26.89 23.53 36 23.50 255 24.31 23.23 -.64 -9.0 Costco Q COST 2.28 1.0 30 245.16 159.47 3993 218.19 14333 231.09 217.00 -11.48 +17.2tCott Cp N COT .24 1.7 17.78 13.99 748 14.38 5263 15.04 13.99 -.38 -13.7tCoty N COTY .50 5.0 21.68 10.33 5649 9.96 29140 10.75 9.89 -.57 -49.9 CountrP rs Q CPAH 7.30 1.92 13 2.10 182 2.32 2.00 +.05 -34.6tCountyBcp Q ICBK .28 1.3 12 33.94 22.25 4 22.32 34 25.39 22.06 -1.72 -25.0 CoupaSft n Q COUP 84.53 30.65 760 59.08 4475 65.42 58.13 -2.94 +89.2tCousPrp N CUZ .26 3.1 13 9.88 8.17 6122 8.34 21663 8.53 8.17 -.03 -9.8 CovantaH N CVA 1.00 7.0 18.05 14.15 1711 14.36 4306 16.29 14.30 -1.79 -15.0tCovenant Q CVTI 27 35.19 23.51 113 24.44 950 26.67 23.51 -.57 -14.9 CowenInc s Q COWN 40 17.99 11.63 486 14.71 3383 16.63 14.38 -1.43 +7.8 Cowen27 n Q COWNZ 1.84 7.3 26.24 24.76 1 25.06 29 25.17 25.03 -.01 -2.5 Cowen33 n Q COWNL 1.94 7.8 25.49 24.67 1 24.88 10 25.04 24.80 -.07 -.2 CrackerB Q CBRL 5.00 3.1 17 179.12 141.63 417 159.33 1781 160.47 155.79 +1.01 +.3 CraftBrew Q BREW 31 21.00 15.76 291 18.00 764 18.17 16.08 +1.28 -6.3 Crane N CR 1.40 1.6 24 102.65 78.93 452 86.91 2916 89.69 82.58 -.65 -2.6 CrwfdA N CRD/A .28 3.1 65 9.90 6.78 6 9.16 45 9.17 8.66 +.20 +7.8 CrwfdB N CRD/B .20 2.2 65 12.29 7.54 12 9.11 71 9.22 8.86 +.06 -5.3 Cray Inc Q CRAY 54 28.60 17.90 114 19.81 893 20.63 19.33 -.17 -18.1 Credicp N BAP 8.57e 4.0 239.54 189.69 148 215.73 532 221.53 212.08 -3.43 +4.0 CreditAcc Q CACC 18 467.26 277.20 96 396.69 524 425.82 392.41 -21.46 +22.6 CSVixST rs Q VIIX 23.85 10.84 247 16.89 1747 17.60 14.35 +2.41 +43.4 CS FILgCG N FLGE 302.18 194.93 1 234.79 37 259.26 230.39 -21.74 +2.9 CSSilvCC Q SLVO .44e 6.6 8.20 6.40 22 6.68 114 6.73 6.59 +.06 -15.4 CSGoldCvC Q GLDI .41e 5.0 9.32 7.90 12 8.28 80 8.30 8.22 +.05 -8.3 CSVS3xInSlv Q DSLV 39.55 20.93 114 33.25 637 34.50 32.54 -.53 +40.9 CSVS3xInG Q DGLD 60.61 37.83 109 52.09 401 53.81 50.87 -.88 +19.4 CSVIVxMT Q ZIV 94.42 60.60 148 64.68 536 70.95 63.71 -5.46 -27.0tCrSuisInco A CIK .26 8.8 3.40 3.00 212 3.00 956 3.09 2.97 -.08 -9.4 CrS Crd n Q USOI 2.39e 8.5 33.00 23.97 2 28.07 5 28.76 27.08 -.72 +5.3 CS MthlMtg N REML 32.05 22.00 61 24.30 164 25.02 23.93 -.52 -20.6 CS MAsHi N MLTI 1.30e 28.64 26.78 26.83 0 26.83 26.83 -.24 -4.2tCredSuiss N CS 1.22e 9.8 19.98 12.24 5325 12.48 20966 13.18 12.24 -.66 -30.1tCrSuiHiY A DHY .29 12.1 2.87 2.35 639 2.38 4176 2.48 2.35 -.09 -16.2 Cree Inc Q CREE 51.78 30.78 1235 36.31 9640 37.94 34.52 +.63 -2.2tCrescPtE g N CPG .12 2.3 29 9.25 4.36 3761 5.14 17793 5.29 4.36 -.13 -32.5 CrestEq rs N CEQP 2.40 6.7 40.55 22.15 159 35.89 983 37.29 35.42 -.44 +39.1tCresud Q CRESY .45e 4.0 23.69 10.74 80 11.18 806 12.53 10.74 -1.20 -49.4 Crinetic n Q CRNX 42.00 19.23 18 25.33 268 26.07 21.31 +2.46 +3.3tCriteo SA Q CRTO 16 46.43 20.34 462 20.51 2125 22.16 20.05 -1.23 -21.2 Crocs Q CROX 22.07 8.64 514 19.69 3893 20.03 18.78 +1.20 +55.8 CronosGp n Q CRON 15.30 5.12 8302 7.78 53815 9.88 7.51 -1.93 +2.1 CrossAmer N CAPL 2.10m 12.5 44 26.49 15.50 45 16.82 169 17.80 16.60 -.95 -29.2 CrssCtryHl Q CCRN 15 14.49 7.41 98 8.62 980 8.96 8.26 +.31 -32.4 CrosTim N CRT 1.29e 8.4 15 15.97 11.46 19 15.40 88 15.49 14.95 +.40 +4.9 CrwnCstle N CCI 4.50f 4.3 114.97 98.85 3149 103.54 17105 108.44 103.29 -3.39 -6.7tCrwnCst pfA N CCIpA 1.72 .2 1160.00 1009.23 20 1009.69 101 1041.40 1007.84 -12.81 -10.8 CrownCfts Q CRWS .32 6.2 16 7.54 5.00 17 5.20 38 5.45 5.15 -.11 -19.4 CrownHold N CCK 17 62.27 40.09 3313 41.66 12209 46.07 40.80 -3.73 -25.9 Cryolife N CRY .12 .4 36.05 16.80 180 31.39 897 33.78 30.25 -.60 +63.9 CryoPort rs Q CYRX 16.88 6.02 366 10.42 1147 11.72 10.00 -.58 +21.3tCtrip.com s Q CTRP 14 51.91 30.38 4994 31.11 27879 34.05 29.66 -1.52 -29.5 CubeSmart N CUBE 1.20 4.2 26 33.18 24.96 2051 28.41 7448 28.85 27.51 +.40 -1.8 Cubic N CUB .27 .4 77.35 52.00 87 65.28 791 66.32 63.54 -.53 +10.7tCueBioph n Q CUE 17.99 6.06 33 6.16 390 6.98 6.03 -.60 -47.0tCullenFr N CFR 2.68 2.9 17 121.66 90.02 906 93.17 3411 97.03 90.02 -3.23 -1.6 CullnF pfA N CFRpA 1.34 5.4 25.62 24.11 11 24.68 28 24.69 24.53 +.15 -1.8tCulp Inc N CULP .36 1.6 13 34.05 21.04 35 22.31 154 23.15 21.04 +.49 -33.4tCumbldPh Q CPIX 7.96 5.06 1 5.55 17 5.67 5.06 +.11 -24.6tCummins N CMI 4.56f 3.5 36 194.18 127.82 2180 128.77 11892 140.65 124.87 -11.19 -27.1 Curis rs Q CRIS 8.70 1.36 129 1.69 1126 2.18 1.50 -.37 -51.7 CurrCda N FXC .03e 80.48 75.31 76.11 -3.0tCurtisWrt N CW .60 .5 23 143.38 110.79 189 111.96 1423 119.68 109.31 -6.46 -8.1 Cush Jn37 n N PPLN 22.11 16.55 17.70 1 18.70 17.63 -1.30 -11.3 CushTRet rs N SRV 1.08 10.2 13.05 10.00 47 10.64 146 11.47 10.34 -.68 -10.9 CushngRen N SZC 1.64 10.0 21.30 15.35 53 16.46 210 18.42 16.00 -1.91 -18.9tCushRoy rs N SRF .48 6.0 10.10 8.14 9 8.05 34 8.76 8.01 -.79 -14.0tCustomBcp N CUBI 7 32.34 18.57 577 21.08 2181 21.24 18.57 +1.21 -18.9 CustBc p C N CUBIpC .57p 27.15 25.59 1 25.76 5 25.78 25.70 -.02 -3.0 CustBc pfD N CUBIpD 27.40 24.60 2 25.25 5 25.45 25.11 -.11 -5.3 CustBc pfE N CUBIpE 27.03 23.75 6 25.35 29 25.54 25.16 -.36 -4.5tCustoBc pf F N CUBIpF 26.87 25.00 4 25.12 14 25.40 25.00 +.01 -4.2tCutera Q CUTR 21 56.05 19.81 314 20.18 1355 21.45 19.11 -1.12 -55.5tCyanotch h Q CYAN 5.78 3.08 1 3.26 42 3.53 3.08 +.01 -16.6 CybrOpt Q CYBE 22.30 12.58 61 19.55 373 20.28 15.65 +3.20 +30.3 CyberArk Q CYBR 78 81.24 40.63 360 67.78 2546 72.26 65.85 -2.50 +63.8tCyclacel pf Q CYCCP .60 12.2 7.40 4.90 4.90 1 5.00 4.90 -.22 -33.8tCyclacel rs Q CYCC .15p 2.25 1.14 108 1.26 668 1.42 1.14 -.15 -27.6 CymaBay Q CBAY 15.59 7.63 377 10.17 1812 10.65 9.81 -.25 +10.5 CynergT n A CTEK 5.45 2.70 1 3.97 26 3.97 3.81 -2.0 CypressEn N CELP .84 13.6 11 8.50 5.50 8 6.16 37 6.49 6.08 -.14 +2.7tCypSemi Q CY .44 3.6 21 18.87 11.75 9925 12.38 43146 13.36 11.75 -.84 -18.8 Cyren Ltd Q CYRN 3.79 1.63 42 3.22 228 3.44 3.00 -.30 +28.8 CyrusOne Q CONE 1.84 3.3 88 69.01 43.49 1634 56.17 4895 62.96 56.10 -6.10 -5.6tCytRx rs Q CYTR 2.59 .65 111 .74 1541 .85 .65 -.10 -56.5 Cytokinetic Q CYTK 14.78 6.21 608 6.77 1935 7.45 6.48 -.49 -16.9tCytomX n Q CTMX 35.00 13.48 314 14.87 2415 15.34 13.48 -.52 -29.6 Cytori wt Q CYTXW .05 .01 .04 +218.2 CytoriTh rs Q CYTX 5.49 .32 251 .36 1552 .42 .35 -.04 -88.2 Cytosorbnt Q CTSO 14.95 5.80 256 10.04 963 10.44 9.36 -.15 +54.5D -:DBV Tech Q DBVT 28.49 16.65 85 18.30 688 19.32 17.72 -.61 -25.6 DCP 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-3.25 +4.7 Danaos N DAC 1 2.50 1.05 64 1.07 653 1.29 1.05 -.04 -26.2tDaqoNEn N DQ 2 72.50 21.00 137 21.05 896 23.51 20.55 -2.11 -64.6 Darden N DRI 3.00 2.9 20 124.00 79.18 1287 103.91 5766 108.06 103.26 -2.42 +8.2 DareBio rs Q DARE 3.59 .74 32 .89 308 .98 .86 -.06 -58.9 DarioHlth Q DRIO 2.69 .85 66 1.11 415 1.24 1.00 +.02 -30.7 DarlingIng N DAR 36 20.96 15.80 1042 19.24 6521 20.03 18.91 -.64 +6.1 DasanZ rs Q DZSI 15.59 6.20 14 12.79 88 13.39 12.25 -.32 +38.1tDaseke n Q DSKE 14.52 6.05 262 6.22 1592 7.19 5.96 -.90 -56.5 Data IO Q DAIO 14 16.49 4.27 29 4.91 178 5.20 4.82 -.22 -59.2 Datawatch Q DWCH 14.20 7.70 62 9.23 411 9.99 8.79 -.67 -2.8 DaveBuster Q PLAY .60p 1.1 18 67.05 37.85 1313 55.68 5060 58.86 55.36 -1.72 +.9 DavidsT g n Q DTEA 5.35 2.20 499 2.25 3020 2.61 2.22 -.36 -42.3tDavSelFn n Q DFNL 25.62 22.25 33 22.42 161 23.48 22.18 -1.21 -6.4 DavSelEq n Q DUSA 26.54 22.01 25 22.56 281 23.71 22.35 -1.13 -3.6tDavSelW n Q DWLD 28.88 21.99 39 22.17 476 23.55 21.95 -1.12 -15.5 DaVita Inc 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3.73 2207 4.09 3.50 -.08 -8.4 DianaS pfB N DSXpB 2.22 9.0 25.80 21.30 0 24.57 16 24.96 24.02 +.26 -1.0 DicernaPh Q DRNA 17.98 4.91 475 13.00 2575 13.32 11.76 +1.24 +44.0 DicksSptg N DKS .90 2.7 10 39.74 23.88 2399 33.05 13098 34.54 32.29 -.73 +15.0tDiebold N DBD .40 10.8 4 22.00 3.52 1358 3.72 6274 4.16 3.50 -.40 -77.2 DifferBr rs Q DFBG 6.89 .70 38 4.21 154 4.50 3.70 +.59 +343.2 DiffusP hn Q DFFN 2.08 .31 65 .36 702 .40 .34 -.03 -69.9 DigiIntl Q DGII 41 14.70 9.21 59 11.49 259 12.05 11.08 -.50 +20.3 Digimarc Q DMRC 39.95 22.85 34 26.80 190 28.07 25.52 +.29 -25.9tDigirad Q DRAD .22 17.9 3.05 1.20 176 1.23 1077 1.38 1.15 -.11 -52.2 DigitalAlly Q DGLY 4.95 1.70 163 3.05 548 3.10 2.62 +.07 +15.1 DigitalRlt N DLR 4.04 3.8 51 125.10 96.56 4733 106.01 12167 117.03 105.57 -6.57 -6.9 DigitlR pfG N DLRpG 1.47 6.0 25.78 23.39 22 24.40 90 24.40 23.91 +.26 -4.3 DigtlR pfH N DLRpH 1.84 7.2 27.04 25.38 13 25.52 126 25.53 25.45 -4.3 DigitRlt pfJ N DLRpJ 25.29 21.62 19 21.98 119 22.78 21.85 -.17 -12.4 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30.36 24.56 -4.29 -29.7 DirxMex n N MEXX 27.44 13.05 22 14.14 91 16.09 13.49 -1.81 -31.3 DrxRBkBr rs N WDRW 41.50 19.69 8 37.05 39 39.85 32.21 +4.71 +21.0 DxRsaBr rs N RUSS 25.95 14.43 194 19.75 1056 20.30 17.83 +1.58 -14.1 DxSOXBr rs N SOXS 18.75 8.83 16732 15.36 57599 16.05 12.62 +2.24 -6.9 DxGBull rs N NUGT 37.96 10.56 11533 13.58 55030 17.15 13.23 -2.47 -57.2 DrGMBll rs N JNUG .09e 1.1 20.50 6.40 13059 7.92 62332 9.80 7.91 -1.23 -55.4 DirSPX Br N SPDN 32.26 27.50 23 30.33 103 30.63 29.06 +1.22 -.9 DxGlMBr rs N JDST 95.14 42.31 482 68.79 2575 68.95 55.63 +8.61 +34.1 DirSPBear s N SPXS 35.19 20.83 21148 27.58 64337 28.46 24.36 +2.93 -7.9 Dir7-10TBr N TYNS 30.07 28.12 29.33 0 +3.8 DrxDlySpxB N LLSP .10p 40.65 33.00 1 35.47 25 37.18 35.47 -1.89 -1.5 DxChiABear N CHAD 41.12 27.67 16 38.67 192 39.33 37.52 -.85 +24.2 DrxNGBear rs N GASX 36.69 14.90 45 27.17 123 28.53 19.80 +7.24 +15.8 DxSPOGBr rs N DRIP 20.98 4.88 7569 8.99 28169 9.55 6.64 +2.31 -24.2tDrxRBkBull N DPST 95.94 41.66 26 44.46 233 53.41 41.66 -8.22 -38.9 DirDGlBr rs N DUST 48.79 19.04 3620 34.35 12799 35.16 27.69 +4.43 +44.9 DxSPXBll s N SPUU 59.33 44.51 29 46.89 99 51.30 46.01 -4.41 -5.4tDxEuFnBl N EUFL 65.95 27.36 0 26.85 1 29.60 26.85 -2.34 -43.5 DirGlMin n N MELT 24.48 DirSCBll s N SMLL .27e .5 63.65 46.10 0 49.27 0 -3.8tDxHiYldBr N HYDD 20.15 16.82 0 17.65 5 19.00 16.82 -.90 -6.1 DrNsd100 rs N QQQE 47.98 41.31 50 41.97 145 44.15 41.52 -2.02 -2.8 DrxDlySCB N LLSC .10p 43.77 33.64 35.40 1 36.47 35.40 -1.16 -.4 DxRusBll s N RUSL 73.38 29.52 147 34.19 630 38.10 33.10 -3.21 -32.3tDiEurBll3x N EURL .14e .6 47.12 22.82 41 23.32 231 25.88 22.40 -2.69 -38.8tDrxEMBll rs N EDC 168.70 59.25 539 60.69 2018 69.59 58.07 -5.29 -51.7 Dir MLPHi N ZMLP 1.60m 11.1 17.94 13.61 77 14.35 301 15.20 14.28 -.71 -10.3 DxLatBll s N LBJ 49.13 16.70 13 25.06 67 26.80 22.32 -.10 -22.4 DirTotBBr N SAGG 32.37 31.07 32.26 3 32.30 32.25 +.09 +3.6 DxBrzBull s N BRZU 65.25 14.27 3521 29.48 16366 29.81 25.19 +2.12 -26.8tDxBiotBll rs N LABU 116.54 46.01 6546 51.82 26901 64.59 46.01 -12.17 -33.4tDxIndiBll rs N INDL 120.64 46.60 125 47.29 517 49.63 45.45 -2.88 -53.7tDxNGBll rs N GASL 31.99 13.30 257 13.15 1740 18.51 12.31 -5.32 -48.2sDrDevMBr N DPK 16.96 10.08 15 16.69 69 17.25 15.13 +1.74 +35.5 DxSPOGBl s N GUSH 47.55 16.79 2188 21.72 11192 30.83 20.18 -8.93 -28.4 DxREBear N DRV 15.62 8.50 150 10.30 727 10.76 9.51 +.16 -1.6 Dir20yrTBr N TYBS 22.00 19.81 21.69 5 21.74 21.69 -.06 +8.9tDrxJpBull N JPNL 96.48 51.51 14 51.70 53 60.26 49.84 -8.67 -33.0 DxEnBear rs N ERY 60.45 34.86 54.00 DxEMBear N EDZ 10.85 6.67 8.27 -8.7tDrxSKBull N KORU 72.86 24.59 62 23.66 199 29.24 22.63 -5.06 -62.0 DxSCBear rs N TZA 14.72 7.80 28692 12.26 117800 12.89 10.78 +1.25 -.1 DxFnBr rs N FAZ 13.97 8.80 7498 12.25 20630 12.59 10.79 +1.34 +4.8tDrxHmbBull N NAIL 110.62 24.24 163 26.64 842 28.65 24.24 -.39 -71.1 Dx30TBear N TMV 23.41 17.07 633 22.04 3479 22.87 21.83 -.70 +25.0tDxFnBull s N FAS 82.80 53.50 2686 53.79 10542 62.14 52.25 -7.48 -21.3tDrxACInsi N KNOW .48e 1.3 43.81 36.78 87 37.00 218 38.29 36.45 -1.23 -10.8 DxMCBr rs N MIDZ 16.34 9.97 28 14.75 97 15.19 13.05 +1.68 +9.6 Drx300Chin N CHAU 37.53 14.42 370 16.08 2097 17.03 15.67 +.57 -45.9 DxHcrBll s N CURE 68.58 38.85 244 50.74 977 58.81 48.83 -7.78 +8.9 DxTcBull s N TECL 173.50 94.52 539 119.27 2151 137.18 114.15 -12.30 +6.3 DxRetlBll s N RETL 53.31 22.80 56 34.78 221 37.93 33.32 -.21 -3.5tDxSOXBll s N SOXL .12e .1 209.00 87.50 1271 88.93 6231 113.38 84.38 -20.36 -35.5 Dir30TrBul s N TMF 23.01 15.42 449 16.35 3216 16.51 15.76 +.49 -26.1 Dir10TrBear N TYO 16.13 13.74 1 15.21 19 15.77 15.21 -.50 +8.2 Dx10yTBull N TYD 45.06 37.70 0 39.40 3 39.40 38.15 +1.24 -10.2tDxMCBull s N MIDU 55.74 36.23 67 36.62 221 42.20 34.94 -5.24 -21.1 DrxREBull s N DRN 24.73 14.68 66 19.19 228 20.73 18.42 -.51 -16.0tDirxChiBull N YINN .38e 2.2 53.89 17.02 6605 17.51 22417 20.03 17.00 -.80 -48.5tDirxDMBull N DZK 100.54 51.98 4 52.60 27 59.29 50.48 -6.52 -36.2tDrxSCBull s N TNA .41e .7 97.12 56.37 6652 58.55 24720 67.85 55.28 -7.85 -16.7 DrxSPBull s N SPXL 55.95 36.82 10637 40.56 39145 46.66 39.14 -5.50 -8.5tDirxEnBull N ERX 44.29 24.01 4504 24.67 13259 31.16 23.43 -6.35 -29.4 Discover N DFS 1.60 2.4 12 81.93 63.31 4988 67.42 14222 76.50 67.06 -8.61 -12.4 DiscIncA Q DISCA 15 34.06 15.99 4137 30.13 26348 33.69 29.79 -3.27 +34.6 DiscIncB Q DISCB 17 48.85 19.25 0 32.00 1 36.46 32.00 -4.46 +29.0 DiscIncC Q DISCK 14 31.39 14.99 3882 27.42 15005 30.49 27.05 -2.79 +29.5tDishNetw h Q DISH 10 52.53 28.80 6539 28.26 23270 35.41 28.13 -6.65 -40.8sDisney N DIS 1.68 1.5 15 119.69 96.89 7972 113.19 46837 119.69 111.25 -5.71 +5.3 Diversicre Q DVCR .22 3.4 17 12.06 5.25 1 6.45 16 6.46 5.45 +.20 -35.6 DivrsRst h Q SAUC 2 1.87 .85 23 1.37 219 1.49 1.32 -.08 -14.4tDiv&Inco N DNI 1.63 15.2 14.25 10.82 98 10.75 386 11.36 10.72 -.57 -20.0 DixieGrp Q DXYN 4.30 1.40 78 1.40 130 1.77 1.40 -.10 -63.6 DrReddy N RDY .29e .9 39.96 28.13 461 33.81 1183 34.50 32.48 -.90 -10.0 DocuSign n Q DOCU 68.35 37.00 2738 41.18 13134 43.70 38.55 -.83 +3.6 DocuSec rs A DSS 3.16 .56 15 1.01 45 1.03 1.00 -.03 -43.9 DgssInt A n Q DOGZ 6.40 1.77 0 2.12 6 2.35 2.07 -.18 -64.1 DolbyLab N DLB .76f 1.2 68 74.29 56.50 343 65.44 2275 69.61 63.30 -3.38 +5.5sDollarGen N DG 1.16 1.1 17 113.48 79.79 2751 107.83 14023 113.48 106.81 -1.72 +15.9 DollarTree Q DLTR 12 116.65 78.78 2702 83.28 14655 85.31 81.34 -1.23 -22.4tDolphEnt hn Q DLPN 5.77 1.80 2 1.55 59 2.24 1.55 -.55 -56.9 DomMidst N DM 1.34f 7.3 13 33.35 12.55 577 18.20 3564 18.91 18.04 -.50 -40.2 DomEngy N D 3.34 4.7 15 85.30 61.53 3841 71.67 18432 74.65 71.01 -1.83 -11.6 DomRes un N DCUD 53.58 42.50 43 48.20 376 49.43 48.00 -.83 -6.7 DomRs76 n N DRUA 25.79 22.30 53 23.69 248 23.85 23.11 +.36 -7.4 Dominos N DPZ 2.20 .8 41 305.34 166.74 550 261.24 3262 272.00 253.02 -6.51 +38.3 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 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Domo B n Q DOMO 28.86 15.79 393 16.83 1525 18.37 16.41 -.99 -38.4 Domtar g N UFS 1.74 3.9 16 54.50 40.72 856 45.12 3859 46.53 43.63 +.20 -8.9 Donaldson N DCI .76f 1.5 26 59.43 43.35 891 50.94 3779 52.65 49.61 -1.47 +4.1tDonegalA Q DGICA .57 4.2 24 18.25 13.20 12 13.60 113 14.14 13.20 -.14 -21.4 DonlleyRR rs N RRD .12m 2.8 5 10.06 4.09 841 4.27 3621 4.77 4.13 -.16 -54.1tDonnlyFn n N DFIN 22.17 15.22 191 15.08 780 16.34 15.00 -.83 -22.6 DorchMin Q DMLP 1.74e 9.7 14 21.15 14.30 65 18.03 266 19.34 17.63 -.66 +18.6 DorianLPG N LPG 8.80 6.87 226 8.19 805 8.21 7.75 +.29 -.4 Dorman Q DORM 25 83.42 56.36 351 76.15 927 79.61 67.07 +8.15 +24.6 DoubIncSol N DSL 1.80a 9.6 21.18 18.64 570 18.84 2107 19.23 18.71 -.34 -6.7tDblLOppCr N DBL 2.00a 10.3 23.31 19.25 42 19.44 290 19.65 19.25 -.12 -12.4 DougDyn N PLOW 1.06 2.5 25 49.50 36.20 113 41.96 960 43.58 41.57 -.35 +11.0 DEmmett N DEI 1.00 2.8 23 41.59 34.72 824 35.65 3542 37.11 35.54 -1.12 -13.2tDovaPh n Q DOVA 37.00 18.61 180 19.44 856 21.00 18.61 -1.19 -32.5 Dover N DOV 1.88 2.3 17 109.06 71.71 2156 82.06 8214 83.25 80.55 -.35 -18.7 DoverDG N DDE 3.49 .92 16 2.52 114 2.58 2.39 +.03 +147.1 DoverMot N DVD .08f 3.8 10 2.30 1.80 10 2.11 75 2.14 2.10 -.05 +8.2tDowDuPnt N DWDP 1.52 2.9 17 77.08 52.52 22387 52.00 86228 57.94 51.32 -5.49 -27.0 DragVic n Q LYL 14.99 1.12 58 2.17 218 2.50 1.69 -.33 -50.2 DrprOkw n Q DOTA 10.16 9.74 10.15 52 10.16 10.15 -.01 +3.8 DrprOk wt Q DOTAW .90 .50 .90 +34.3 DrprOk rt Q DOTAR .65 .40 53 .44 64 .49 .44 -.06 -12.0tDry Gl24 n N DCF .22f 2.5 10.05 8.50 44 8.64 182 8.79 8.50 -.11 -8.1tDryHYSt N DHF .35 11.8 3.51 2.94 286 2.96 1227 3.02 2.91 -.05 -11.4tDrMuBdInf N DMB .75 6.3 13.33 11.70 36 11.84 253 11.92 11.70 +.04 -8.9 DryfMu A DMF .54 7.1 9.12 7.47 51 7.56 188 7.60 7.51 +.04 -15.0tDryStrt N LEO .52 7.3 8.90 7.09 154 7.09 727 7.16 7.04 -.07 -17.9 DrySM N DSM .50 7.2 8.59 6.83 128 6.90 618 7.00 6.89 -.06 -19.3 Dril-Quip N DRQ 58.95 37.35 602 43.09 2470 46.24 40.10 -2.58 -9.7 DriveShack N DS .48 9.1 14 8.06 3.54 195 5.25 1442 5.51 5.11 -.09 -5.1 DriveS pfB N DSpB 2.44 9.5 26.49 25.27 11 25.75 16 25.75 25.52 +.06 +.1 DriveS pfC N DSpC 2.01 8.1 26.18 23.62 24.92 2 24.92 24.85 +.19 -.8 DriveS pfD N DSpD 2.09 8.3 25.84 24.46 1 25.27 2 25.32 25.15 -.00 -.7 DropCar hrs Q DCAR 7.84 .31 104 .39 2370 .66 .38 -.04 -90.4tDropbox n Q DBX 43.50 21.36 2712 21.71 13539 23.68 21.36 -1.67 -23.8 DryShips s Q DRYS .14e 1 6.90 2.74 779 4.84 5321 5.84 4.78 -.07 +37.1 DuPnt pfA N DDpA 3.50 4.4 96.65 78.23 1 80.37 4 82.50 80.00 -.89 -13.0 DuPnt pfB N DDpB 4.50 4.4 110.00 99.01 0 101.45 2 101.45 100.25 +.41 -6.3 Ducomun N DCO 23 41.40 25.06 23 35.67 153 39.33 34.88 -2.40 +25.4tDf&PGblUt N DPG 1.40 10.6 16.23 13.50 166 13.19 516 14.09 13.06 -.81 -15.0 DufPUC N DUC .60 7.3 9.20 8.15 9 8.20 70 8.26 8.17 -7.3 DukeEngy N DUK 3.71 4.5 18 91.78 71.96 5327 81.89 26657 85.08 81.42 -.86 -2.6 DukeEn 73 N DUKH 1.28 5.5 26.31 22.76 29 23.30 136 23.57 23.16 -.08 -8.1 DukeRlty N DRE .80 2.9 22 29.58 24.30 2175 27.70 9864 28.65 27.05 -.03 +1.8 DuluthH n Q DLTH 39 35.67 15.13 143 29.17 953 30.17 27.52 +.37 +63.4 DunBrad N DNB 2.09 1.5 21 145.00 105.42 588 141.85 2197 142.50 141.51 -.51 +19.8 Dunkin Q DNKN 1.39 1.9 31 77.13 53.68 1134 72.74 6234 74.28 69.23 +.14 +12.8 DurectCp Q DRRX 2.55 .76 152 .99 1162 1.05 .94 -.05 +7.0tDycom N DY 18 123.99 67.03 395 67.05 2477 75.07 65.82 -7.22 -39.8 Dynagas N DLNG 1.00 12.2 13.97 7.51 67 8.22 409 8.67 8.07 -.25 -24.3 Dynags pfA N DLNGpA 2.25 8.5 26.97 25.09 10 26.34 31 26.34 26.00 +.22 +1.2 Dynasil Q DYSL 7 1.60 1.13 2 1.15 13 1.18 1.15 -.04 -2.5 Dynatronic Q DYNT 3.60 2.15 0 2.67 14 2.92 2.65 -.26 -7.4 DynavaxT Q DVAX 23.85 10.35 1235 11.98 16908 13.75 11.35 +1.09 -35.9tDynexCap N DX .72 12.3 13 7.36 5.76 321 5.84 1647 5.91 5.76 +.01 -16.7 Dynex pfA N DXpA 2.13 8.4 26.00 25.04 1 25.26 12 25.50 25.21 -.24 -.9 Dynex pfB N DXpB 1.91 8.0 25.16 23.25 18 24.00 49 24.00 23.68 +.08 -3.1E -:ETracBDC N BDCS 1.84e 9.8 21.59 18.72 12 18.80 117 19.40 18.75 -.59 -9.4 ETrMLPSht N MLPS 15.50 11.06 12.22 -1.2 ETrAlerNG N MLPG 1.86e 8.3 26.25 19.00 5 22.29 7 23.77 22.29 -1.96 -7.4 E-TrAlerInf N MLPI 1.88e 8.6 26.53 20.31 358 21.80 1535 23.45 21.54 -1.65 -9.9 ETBbgCmd N DJCI 17.00 13.42 2 15.67 13 15.81 15.54 -.17 -2.2 ETrAlerian N AMU 1.45e 9.1 19.18 14.59 113 15.94 475 17.07 15.79 -1.14 -8.0 E-TrFood N FUD 18.92 15.89 0 17.06 8 17.66 17.03 -.26 -5.3 ETr2xBDC N BDCL 3.52e 26.3 17.40 13.13 217 13.38 1001 14.66 13.18 -.74 -18.7 E-TrcCmci N UCI 16.37 14.40 6 15.39 27 15.52 15.25 -.13 E-TrcSilv N USV 22.46 17.60 18.13 0 -16.6 E-TrcGld N UBG 35.00 29.72 2 31.13 2 31.13 31.02 +.43 -5.7 E-Trade Q ETFC .56 1.2 17 66.46 42.56 3950 47.52 24069 49.64 45.97 -1.56 -4.1teBay s Q EBAY 13 46.99 27.24 16689 27.34 82072 28.91 26.96 -1.41 -27.6 eBay56 n Q EBAYL 1.50 5.9 27.31 25.00 42 25.34 187 25.58 25.31 -.08 -5.9 ECA MTrI N ECT .26e 14.9 5 2.50 1.45 34 1.77 102 1.84 1.76 -.01 -17.7 EDAP TMS Q EDAP 4.25 2.07 137 2.53 247 2.98 2.50 -.14 -11.8seHealth Q EHTH 32.96 13.61 1150 32.34 2094 34.33 27.20 +1.80 +86.2 ELF Inc n N ELF 23.85 9.30 336 10.26 1853 10.91 10.18 -.14 -54.0tEMC Inc s Q EMCI .88 3.7 17 32.19 22.98 12 23.57 61 24.43 22.98 +.05 -17.8tEMCOR N EME .32 .5 21 85.08 63.81 646 70.13 3445 71.68 63.81 +2.13 -14.2 EMX Roy g A EMX 1.47 .67 45 1.25 315 1.30 1.22 +50.4 ENDRA n Q NDRA 5.88 1.55 1557 5.10 7079 5.62 3.81 +.96 +4.9 ENGlobal Q ENG 3 1.47 .73 18 .87 127 .93 .80 -.06 -.3 ENI N E 1.29e 3.7 40.15 31.58 181 34.50 1016 35.17 33.17 -.98 +3.9 EOG Rescs N EOG .88f .8 133.53 95.67 4332 106.56 22169 118.34 103.49 -11.11 -1.3 EP Energy N EPE 3.50 1.27 1413 1.68 5817 2.15 1.66 -.44 -28.8 EPAM Sys N EPAM 59 144.19 89.70 245 115.62 1161 122.71 113.89 -5.02 +7.6 EPR Prop N EPR 4.32f 6.4 18 71.00 51.87 459 66.98 2376 68.89 66.59 -1.11 +2.3 EPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 5.1 28.71 23.38 27 28.12 83 28.12 27.69 +.39 +4.5 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.5 37.19 33.48 6 34.79 19 35.65 34.67 -.66 -5.6 EPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.3 25.23 21.60 6 22.92 46 23.22 22.15 +.32 -8.4tEQT Corp N EQT .12 .4 66.03 33.51 11731 32.55 36681 46.33 32.39 -13.83 -42.8tEQT GP n N EQGP 1.03e 6.1 8 30.73 16.36 340 16.99 1614 19.08 16.32 -2.03 -36.8tEQT Mid N EQM 4.46f 9.5 9 77.97 46.17 907 46.76 4312 51.15 44.48 -3.98 -36.0 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.3 24 16.80 14.16 35 15.99 156 16.31 15.41 -.26 +2.0 ETF SITRis N RISE 25.50 23.00 1 25.07 60 25.44 25.07 -.37 +5.5 ETF JrSil N SILJ 12.43 8.23 53 8.40 271 9.16 8.31 -.63 -26.0 ETF Cyber N HACK 40.72 29.50 424 34.81 1517 36.90 34.27 -1.51 +10.0 ETF MobP N IPAY 43.49 33.33 222 38.60 1016 40.79 38.14 -1.83 +10.6 ETF M AlH N MJ 45.40 25.10 658 31.99 6992 37.62 30.95 -5.51 +9.4tETF M Vid N GAMR 55.00 40.46 57 40.15 167 42.83 39.57 -2.30 -16.2tETF Drone N IFLY 39.57 33.53 8 33.50 44 35.10 32.97 -1.61 -10.4 ETF AIPw n N AIEQ 29.90 24.03 97 25.86 534 27.49 25.60 -1.50 -.1 BlStIsrTc n N ITEQ 36.84 30.11 48 32.54 80 33.55 32.03 -.76 +2.9 ETF Clim N ETHO 38.43 32.33 38 33.21 53 35.00 33.16 -1.41 -2.3 ETFAlpAlt N ALFA 51.32 41.25 0 44.41 12 46.57 44.00 -2.31 +3.7stFundStab n N DSTL 24.76 24.50 16 24.26 50 24.76 24.17 -1.6 ChngFnDvr N CHGX 20.84 18.02 0 18.65 6 19.00 18.64 -.77 -.4tETF EmM n N EEMD 28.41 21.20 21.20 0 21.49 21.20 -.90 -18.9tETF spx H n N SPDV 28.19 25.00 4 25.23 17 26.25 24.95 -1.02 -3.5 ETF AptF n N FTVA 30.36 24.74 11 26.06 79 27.22 25.73 -1.08 -4.0tETF GOP n N MAGA 29.82 25.72 3 25.48 11 26.64 25.42 -1.16 -8.7 NtDUSEq ef N MXDU 29.80 25.93 0 26.76 5 27.82 26.76 -1.93 -5.7 RsBsUSE ef N RBUS 29.53 24.83 26.65 0 26.65 26.65 -.87 -2.0 ETF RvCp n N RVRS 17.15 14.84 3 15.18 56 15.84 15.18 -.66 -4.5 ETF BrVl n N BVAL 16.70 14.46 15.51 3 15.67 15.36 -.17 -2.4 ETFDeepV N DVP .66e 2.1 37.26 27.86 13 32.13 202 33.40 31.74 -1.01 -2.1 GlGoGld n N GOAU 13.47 9.95 4 10.65 25 11.46 10.61 -.45 -18.1tETF OCIO n N OCIO 27.81 25.62 1 25.09 1 25.09 25.09 -1.08 -6.2 ETF Seren N ICAN 30.00 25.55 1 27.32 4 28.50 27.00 -.99 +.7tPremisCap N TCTL 31.57 28.82 28 28.84 43 29.46 27.71 -.89 -3.8 AptBehMo N BEMO 37.30 29.34 15 30.34 61 32.87 29.87 -2.21 +.1tEtfLonCanc Q CNCR 32.32 19.38 11 19.96 137 21.31 19.32 -1.84 -16.1tEtfAlpSmC Q SMCP 27.84 23.29 3 23.08 10 24.14 23.08 -1.94 -11.6tEtfUSGblJ N JETS 34.75 28.33 14 28.86 106 30.00 28.31 -.92 -11.4 EtfDiaHVal N DHVW .99e 3.2 34.89 30.05 8 31.22 42 32.67 31.13 -1.52 -6.5tEtfValidea Q VALX 30.43 26.25 0 26.45 4 27.65 26.25 -.81 -8.8tEtfInfcMLP N AMZA 2.08 32.5 9.07 6.50 1620 6.40 7527 7.21 6.28 -.85 -25.7tETF BioPr n N BBP 46.80 36.40 4 37.40 17 39.66 36.40 -3.16 -7.8 ETF ClinT n N BBC 36.25 25.88 8 27.29 93 29.18 26.17 -1.89 -4.0tInfrCpPfd N PFFR 26.27 23.22 2 23.52 15 23.65 23.22 +.04 -6.1 EtfNwfMSec N NFLT 1.13e 4.7 25.87 23.72 32 23.87 167 24.03 23.87 -.13 -5.4tEtf VirtEM N EMEM 28.57 21.59 21.59 8 21.97 21.59 -.31 -17.6 Virt GlFc ef A VGFO 27.82 25.00 27.82 +5.8 ETF Virt n N CUMB 25.95 24.08 2 24.39 6 24.60 24.30 +.17 -4.3 ETFS EnCm N BEF 29.64 24.12 29.64 +16.8 EVO Pay n Q EVOP 27.87 19.00 201 24.03 1244 24.61 22.60 -.25 +26.3tEXFO g Q EXFO 4.70 2.80 6 3.01 56 3.05 2.80 +.04 -30.8teXp Wrld n Q EXPI 19.72 10.89 226 10.65 856 12.75 10.44 -1.51 -30.8 EagleBncp Q EGBN 13 69.80 46.20 112 48.50 991 52.91 47.87 -3.71 -16.2tEagBcMT Q EBMT .37 2.3 14 21.95 14.20 4 16.15 27 17.99 14.20 -1.60 -22.9 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 6.14 4.18 312 4.74 1954 5.37 4.59 -.14 +5.8 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.3 8.45 7.16 10 7.70 14 7.70 7.33 +.13 -3.0 EaglFnB n Q EFBI .96 6.2 19.50 15.50 0 15.57 3 15.57 15.57 -.10 -3.7tEagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 9.2 16.90 14.40 34 14.23 104 14.75 14.10 -.47 -14.2tEagleMat N EXP .40 .6 16 122.49 68.18 849 67.76 4753 73.98 65.62 -5.13 -40.2 EaglePhm Q EGRX 30 85.66 50.23 140 57.22 1033 60.18 55.16 -.86 +7.1 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.8 21.01 16.19 61 16.73 564 17.38 16.69 -.61 -11.1 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.6 26.05 24.96 1 25.41 33 25.50 25.25 +.02 -1.7 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.5 26.69 25.50 4 25.87 47 26.09 25.58 -.17 -1.6 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.75 24.80 1 25.69 3 25.70 25.51 +.09 +1.2 Earthstone N ESTE 67 12.16 7.45 82 8.68 632 9.77 8.42 -.73 -18.3tEstWstBcp Q EWBC .92 1.8 14 73.98 50.34 1140 51.39 6316 54.68 50.34 -2.45 -15.5 EastrAcq n Q EACQ 11.25 9.45 250 10.50 353 11.20 10.47 +4.0 EastAc wt h Q EACQW .91 .59 .73 +22.7 Easterl un h Q EACQU 11.45 9.41 10.78 0 10.78 10.78 +.5 EastGvP n N DEA 1.04 5.8 47 22.32 17.42 498 18.07 2591 18.52 17.75 -.17 -15.3 EasternCo Q EML .44 1.6 38 31.00 24.00 24 27.50 91 27.84 25.07 +2.40 +5.2 Eastgrp N EGP 2.88f 3.0 41 99.39 77.74 220 95.71 1218 98.08 93.36 +.29 +8.3tEastChem N EMN 2.24 2.9 11 112.45 75.39 2837 78.15 9102 81.70 73.95 -2.62 -15.6 EastCh wt N EMN/WS .55 tEKodak N KODK 13.28 2.20 244 2.33 1401 2.50 2.20 -.17 -24.8 EastsDist n Q EAST 9.25 3.53 17 7.65 79 8.25 7.52 -.55 +89.8tEaton N ETN 2.64 3.7 16 89.85 70.20 4472 72.01 20365 77.95 70.20 -5.28 -8.9 EatVn 22 n N EFL 10.00 9.04 45 9.09 271 9.17 9.04 -.08 -1.6 EatV HiIn21 N EHT .60 6.2 10.28 9.34 21 9.69 139 9.85 9.57 -.01 -3.1 EV CAMu A EVM .68 6.9 12.33 9.66 273 9.85 826 9.90 9.72 +.10 -14.4 EVCAMu2 A EIA .62 6.1 12.99 9.90 31 10.15 131 10.28 9.96 +.09 -11.7 EVCAMu A CEV .71 6.5 12.46 10.70 30 10.94 173 10.98 10.81 +.06 -10.0tEatnVan N EV 1.40f 3.3 15 60.95 42.16 886 42.72 4579 46.07 42.16 -3.11 -24.2 EV EnEq N EOI 1.04 7.6 16.46 13.20 932 13.70 1368 14.87 13.60 -1.02 -5.6 EV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.7 17.95 14.42 191 15.63 748 16.79 15.50 -.93 +2.7 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.6 15.29 13.86 92 13.90 382 14.15 13.88 -.12 -3.0tEVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 7.4 17.13 15.17 18 15.29 147 15.49 15.17 -.06 -6.3tEV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 10.0 14.06 12.06 218 12.25 1672 12.33 12.06 -.06 -10.3tEV MAMu A MAB .65 5.4 13.97 11.77 0 11.95 25 12.09 11.77 +.06 -9.5 EVMAMu A MMV .69 5.7 13.59 11.81 1 11.95 16 12.03 11.93 +.02 -8.8tEV MIMu A MIW .71 5.8 14.39 12.20 12.25 12 12.27 12.20 +.05 -9.0 EVMIMu A EMI .71 5.9 13.25 11.81 8 11.93 31 12.03 11.86 -.01 -7.0tEVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.9 12.78 10.93 153 11.04 704 11.08 10.93 +.10 -11.8tEVMuni2 A EIV .70 6.3 12.51 11.01 13 11.05 133 11.19 11.00 -.03 -10.2 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.4 21.20 18.81 17 19.50 68 19.91 19.27 -.22 -5.9 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.7 12.87 10.74 51 10.96 282 10.99 10.86 +.03 -11.6 EV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 5.0 23.52 19.82 21 20.47 122 20.94 20.11 -.05 -9.1 EV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.5 13.11 11.31 4 11.52 53 11.65 11.34 +.18 -7.3 EVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.6 12.95 10.85 12 11.06 53 11.14 10.85 +.15 -5.8 EVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.8 11.93 9.97 8 10.14 32 10.24 10.10 -.01 -12.3 EV NYMu A ENX .72 6.7 12.78 10.60 24 10.79 259 11.00 10.60 -.03 -12.5 EVNYMu A EVY .74 6.5 13.29 11.12 4 11.39 57 11.39 11.19 +.06 -10.4tEV OHMu A EIO .70 6.4 13.97 10.82 5 10.95 17 11.07 10.82 -13.8 EVOHMu A EVO .73 6.1 13.60 11.74 1 12.08 28 12.08 11.80 +.24 -7.3tEV PAMu A EIP .77 6.9 14.70 11.13 41 11.25 57 11.26 11.03 +.07 -9.6 EVPAMu A EVP .73 6.7 12.58 10.72 2 10.91 27 10.96 10.83 +.10 -10.5 EVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 12.2 10.06 8.74 349 9.14 1542 9.61 9.05 -.34 -5.1tEV SrFlt N EFR .95 7.0 14.95 13.56 148 13.53 611 13.75 13.52 -.13 -6.3 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.7 6.87 6.24 85 6.29 561 6.34 6.25 -3.5tEVShDur N EVG 1.08 8.5 14.38 12.65 54 12.67 304 12.83 12.65 -.10 -11.7 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 13.8 11.87 8.34 40 8.39 250 8.74 8.38 -.22 -18.1 EV TxAd N EVT 1.74 8.0 24.91 21.39 218 21.88 812 23.75 21.61 -1.58 -6.0tEV TxAG N ETG 1.23 8.0 18.45 15.55 148 15.41 830 16.50 15.31 -.95 -11.1tEV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 10.0 26.83 21.75 52 21.66 230 23.22 21.39 -1.18 -14.7 EV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 8.9 13.05 10.17 538 11.35 2383 12.14 11.19 -.66 -6.9 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 11.6 9.84 8.02 1360 8.42 5543 9.00 8.33 -.48 -10.2tEVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 8.6 17.27 15.28 115 15.08 359 16.10 15.00 -.87 -9.9tEVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 11.0 12.74 10.76 379 10.60 1667 11.56 10.54 -.86 -11.1 EVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 9.1 16.39 14.19 502 14.60 2141 15.42 14.37 -.64 -5.0tEbix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .5 17 89.10 54.80 472 54.94 1786 60.30 53.72 -4.02 -30.7 EchoGLog Q ECHO 60 36.75 19.30 381 25.00 2874 27.58 24.03 -.91 -10.7tEchoStar Q SATS 9 62.29 39.45 299 38.99 1209 43.45 38.17 -4.34 -34.9tEclipseRs N ECR 16 2.79 1.05 1031 1.11 5435 1.23 1.05 -.10 -53.8 Eco-Stim h Q ESES 1.54 .14 6534 .20 18593 .32 .18 +.03 -84.5 Ecolab N ECL 1.64 1.1 31 159.92 125.74 1936 147.34 7964 151.37 145.00 -1.21 +9.8 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 3.1 14.45 10.25 1 13.02 10 13.07 12.56 +.02 +24.0 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .7 27.96 9.81 914 23.59 11429 25.91 22.89 -2.00 +61.2 Edenor N EDN 63.29 19.05 38 21.35 167 23.00 20.46 -1.48 -57.0 EdgeTher h Q EDGE 17.77 .70 230 .75 1218 .83 .71 -.04 -92.0 Edgewater Q EDGW 1.15e 7.30 4.25 7 4.80 64 5.10 4.80 -.05 -23.1 Edgewell N EPC 15 67.29 39.50 914 45.66 3521 46.84 44.49 +.19 -23.1 EdisonInt N EIX 2.42 3.5 15 83.38 57.63 1871 68.17 8590 70.96 67.54 -2.14 +7.8 EdisonNat Q EDNT 11.63 4.56 19 6.05 44 6.47 5.12 -.20 +3.1 EditasM n Q EDIT 45.02 20.29 611 25.98 3963 27.86 24.35 -1.51 -15.5sEdtechX n Q EDTX 9.70 9.55 11 9.62 95 9.75 9.55 +.03 +.7tEdtechX un Q EDTXU 10.50 9.75 2 10.01 43 10.05 9.75 -.02 -.2 EducDev s Q EDUC .20 1.8 9 14.35 5.98 18 11.41 87 12.00 11.10 -.07 +20.4 EdwLfSci s N EW 47 175.00 100.20 1755 140.14 13616 151.85 136.94 -5.28 +24.3 eGain Q EGAN 19.05 2.75 236 6.90 1289 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3.42 3.51 2 3.64 3.51 -.17 -13.3 electCore n Q ECOR 20.25 10.57 102 10.77 274 12.23 10.60 -1.22 -45.7tElecVeh n Q SOLO 4.15 2.20 17 2.18 93 2.61 2.15 -.42 -9.2 Electrmed A ELMD 25 7.75 4.60 27 6.40 130 6.61 6.18 -.27 +5.4tElectArts Q EA 21 151.26 96.10 4263 96.22 27586 104.24 95.59 -5.89 -8.4 EFII lf Q EFII 43.41 25.28 567 29.15 2354 30.91 29.03 -1.35 -1.3tElevCr n N ELVT 11.27 6.23 405 6.52 1289 6.74 6.23 -.09 -13.4 EliLilly N LLY 2.25 2.1 116.61 73.69 4464 106.39 23999 112.72 104.17 -5.53 +26.0 ElkFdCm ef A RCOM 30.34 26.34 28.34 +.9tEllieMae N ELLI 45 116.90 78.80 5416 64.26 8750 84.37 61.51 -17.13 -28.1 EllingtnF N EFC 1.76 11.4 9 16.84 14.12 72 15.43 264 15.59 15.31 -.03 +6.3 EllingtRM N EARN 1.48 14.0 13 14.43 10.23 61 10.55 354 10.72 10.33 -.02 -12.4 Ellomay A ELLO 11.09 7.40 5 8.74 19 8.74 7.40 +.83 -2.9 EllswthFd A ECF .80e 8.9 10.58 8.75 18 8.98 147 9.60 8.83 -.40 -4.6 Ellswt pfA A ECFpA 1.31 5.5 26.20 23.39 4 23.80 4 24.41 23.80 -.25 -5.3 ElmiraSB Q ESBK .92b 4.5 17 21.00 18.00 0 20.27 6 20.40 20.17 -.03 +4.1tEloxxPh n Q ELOX 24.60 10.28 57 10.43 241 13.67 10.27 -2.73 -8.5 EltekLtd hrs Q ELTK 8.95 2.65 16 3.05 79 3.95 2.87 -1.08 -25.2 eMagin A EMAN 2.30 1.23 17 1.34 276 1.44 1.26 -.09 -18.8tEAndinA N AKO/A .68e 3.7 28.25 17.78 18.60 3 18.78 17.78 -.51 -29.8tEAndinB N AKO/B .74e 3.5 31.80 19.63 38 20.90 127 22.03 19.63 -.51 -28.6 Embraer N ERJ .13e .6 28.55 17.99 1610 21.34 5991 21.61 19.14 +1.34 -10.8tEmclaireF Q EMCF 1.12 3.6 16 38.70 28.67 2 31.40 17 36.40 28.67 -3.78 +3.5 Emcore Q EMKR 1.50e 18 8.50 4.40 230 4.96 637 5.19 4.76 -.09 -23.1 EmerExp n N EEX .29 2.1 24.45 13.88 99 14.13 807 15.13 14.10 -.57 -30.5tEmergeES N EMES 2.68m 10.45 2.25 1128 2.31 2998 2.99 2.22 -.59 -67.9 EmergBio N EBS 34 67.24 36.38 247 60.49 1772 62.21 58.02 -.25 +30.2 EmersonEl N EMR 1.94 2.9 21 79.70 57.47 3507 66.25 20705 72.71 65.56 -6.02 -4.9 EmerR hs A MSN 1.60 1.25 2 1.47 22 1.49 1.44 +.01 +.7 EmmisC rs Q EMMS 1 5.84 2.83 1 4.39 73 4.48 4.25 +.04 +24.7 EmpirRst rs Q NYNY 30.98 6.71 6 7.67 69 8.17 7.60 -71.6 EmpOPES N ESBA .34 2.2 20.89 15.17 3 15.55 44 16.12 15.50 -.52 -24.8 EmpOP60 N OGCP .34 2.2 20.55 15.28 1 15.52 24 16.12 15.52 -.48 -23.8 EmpOP250 N FISK .34 2.1 20.54 15.80 16.01 -21.5tEmpStRTr N ESRT .34 2.2 40 20.93 15.60 1017 15.51 6568 16.27 15.45 -.64 -24.5 EmployH N EIG .80 1.8 15 50.45 38.35 175 44.57 743 45.34 39.95 +2.16 +.4tEElChile N EOCC 1.07e 5.8 29.41 18.49 42 18.53 96 19.87 18.00 -.71 -31.1 EnLinkLP N ENLK 1.56 9.8 19.45 12.75 745 15.85 6087 18.57 15.59 -2.02 +3.1 EnableMid N ENBL 1.27 8.6 16 19.27 12.89 515 14.86 2032 15.99 14.52 -.89 +4.5 EnantaPh Q ENTA 24 127.77 44.52 212 76.99 1234 79.58 71.71 -1.98 +31.2 EnbrdgEM N EEQ 1.40t 14.81 8.38 1556 10.56 7557 11.15 10.21 -.52 -21.1 EnbrdgEPt N EEP 1.40 13.3 12 15.56 8.89 1815 10.56 8792 11.13 10.22 -.50 -23.5 Enbridge N ENB 2.68 41.21 29.00 4909 31.26 19002 32.89 30.18 -1.43 -20.1 EnCana g N ECA .06 .6 17 14.31 9.79 18024 10.25 66304 11.30 10.18 -.94 -23.1 EncompHlth N EHC 1.08 1.5 27 82.46 44.00 562 71.91 3074 75.34 70.75 -2.98 +45.5tEncoreCap Q ECPG 7 52.00 25.86 476 26.86 2135 29.83 25.86 -2.62 -36.2tEncorW Q WIRE .08 .2 13 58.70 40.96 89 42.33 326 44.46 40.96 -1.51 -13.0 EndvSilv g N EXK 36 3.35 1.94 854 2.13 3915 2.46 2.08 -.22 -10.9 Endo Intl Q ENDP 9 18.50 5.27 4088 16.30 23179 18.25 16.04 -1.23 +110.3sEndocyte Q ECYT 23.70 2.81 2672 23.65 23770 23.73 23.37 +.17 +452.6tEndologix Q ELGX 6.72 1.09 1421 1.23 9450 1.60 1.09 -.35 -77.0 EndurIntl Q EIGI 10.95 6.95 1379 9.55 3696 9.61 8.05 +1.16 +13.7 EnerCre wt A ENCR/WS Energen N EGN .08 .1 21 89.83 47.81 747 73.15 4835 81.52 70.54 -8.23 +27.1 Energizer n N ENR 1.16 2.1 19 65.57 40.64 610 55.28 3184 61.23 55.00 -4.24 +15.2 Energous Q WATT 33.50 6.91 634 7.94 2421 9.18 7.82 -1.08 -59.2tEngyFocus Q EFOI 3.46 1.28 10 1.41 217 1.92 1.28 -.12 -42.4 EnFuel grs A UUUU 3.70 1.30 699 2.92 4295 3.10 2.81 -.01 +63.1 EnrgyRec Q ERII 11.30 6.17 282 7.22 1167 7.78 7.09 -.47 -17.5 EgyTrnsfr N ET 1.22 7.9 18 19.34 12.80 9284 15.46 54647 16.15 15.16 -1.36 -10.4 Enerpls g N ERF .12e 1.2 13 13.87 8.23 1392 9.70 5190 10.80 9.21 -1.06 -.9 EnersisAm N ENIA .21e 2.6 12.11 6.96 1294 7.97 10908 8.00 7.62 +.24 -28.6tEnerChile N ENIC .22e 4.9 6.57 4.48 426 4.49 2077 4.63 4.45 -.12 -21.0 EnerSys N ENS .70 .9 26 89.23 62.85 218 73.71 998 79.64 71.60 -5.08 +5.9 Engility N EGL 38.54 21.19 157 30.55 897 32.77 29.94 -1.17 +7.7tEnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.08f 8.0 12 20.00 13.80 1137 13.54 7782 16.48 13.19 -2.24 -23.1 Ennis Inc N EBF .90 4.8 14 22.98 17.65 190 18.65 767 19.87 18.55 -.60 -10.1 EnovaIntl N ENVA 14 39.00 13.25 776 24.45 2647 27.00 21.50 +.36 +60.9 Enphase Q ENPH 7.60 1.26 1547 4.19 6539 4.87 4.07 -.55 +73.9tEnPro N NPO .96 1.6 33 94.79 58.48 271 58.95 930 66.15 57.71 -6.35 -37.0 ENSCO N ESV .04 .5 9.51 4.10 12837 7.34 58635 8.33 7.10 -.87 +24.2 Enservco A ENSV 1.50 .43 50 .63 348 .70 .63 -.05 -2.0 EnsignGp s Q ENSG .18 .5 26 40.64 21.67 189 36.80 1027 38.79 35.93 -.95 +65.8tEnstarGp Q ESGR 25 236.15 175.01 62 176.68 185 190.22 173.99 -12.81 -12.0 EnSync A ESNC .56 .18 68 .23 1378 .25 .22 -.01 -42.3tEntasisT n Q ETTX 13.70 6.36 172 6.04 389 7.55 5.71 -1.40 -43.3tEntegraFn Q ENFC 17 30.70 21.99 8 22.57 90 23.62 21.99 -.65 -22.8tEntegris Q ENTG .28 1.1 21 39.55 23.39 1803 24.84 7748 27.04 23.39 -1.83 -18.4 EnteraBi n Q ENTX 7.60 4.11 2 5.61 16 6.40 5.06 -.11 -10.7tEntercom N ETM .36 5.9 8 12.43 6.16 1221 6.11 7368 7.00 6.06 -.76 -43.4 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 5.6 25.29 21.71 23 21.96 89 22.90 21.91 -.70 -12.6 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 5.5 25.39 21.23 5 21.74 76 21.74 21.23 +.44 -12.8tEntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.3 25.35 22.69 4 23.02 26 23.19 22.69 -.05 -8.7 Entergy N ETR 3.56 4.3 36 87.85 71.95 1800 82.43 9497 86.00 82.07 -1.69 +1.3tEntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.6 25.17 21.60 20 21.70 99 22.18 21.60 -.36 -12.6 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.5 25.75 23.11 5 23.74 27 23.79 23.33 +.27 -5.4 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 5.5 25.72 20.32 2 21.39 36 21.46 21.14 +.18 -13.8tEntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 21.86 22 21.75 98 22.59 21.69 -.67 -13.5 EntgyNO n N ENO 28.45 24.00 5 24.56 37 24.97 24.35 +.18 -4.1 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.6 25.40 20.60 3 22.44 7 22.49 22.20 -.02 -10.1 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.7 27.13 24.28 1 24.89 16 25.03 24.73 +.13 -6.1tEntBcpMA Q EBTC .58 1.8 16 44.14 26.96 7 31.52 49 33.91 26.96 +1.80 -7.4tEntFinSv Q EFSC .52f 1.2 12 58.15 40.47 152 42.38 979 47.37 40.47 -4.90 -6.1 EntProdPt N EPD 1.73 6.6 19 30.05 23.10 4982 26.37 35040 28.71 26.20 -2.17 -.5 Entravisn N EVC .20 4.1 49 7.90 3.90 222 4.86 1554 5.07 4.76 +.04 -32.0 EntrResc A EGI .69 .34 139 .36 405 .42 .36 -.06 -41.1 Envestnet N ENV 63 64.80 47.45 354 51.54 1656 57.71 50.80 -4.00 +3.4 EnviroStr A EVI .20e 48.45 23.95 25 39.67 118 41.90 38.00 -1.17 -.8 Enviva n N EVA 2.52f 8.3 33.20 25.01 70 30.54 240 31.91 29.07 -.83 +10.5tEnzoBio N ENZ 10.47 3.09 350 3.20 1103 3.68 3.05 -.08 -60.7tEpizyme Q EPZM 21.40 7.74 632 8.93 3227 9.10 7.74 +.17 -28.8 ePlus s Q PLUS 22 107.25 67.65 45 83.89 310 88.12 81.30 -2.38 +11.6tEquifax N EFX 1.56 1.6 17 138.69 90.54 4949 97.19 19105 124.11 90.54 -26.37 -17.6stEquillium n Q EQ 14.97 9.21 9 14.85 238 15.37 9.21 +.85 +6.1 Equinix Q EQIX 9.12 2.4 495.35 370.79 1076 385.22 2597 421.03 383.84 -29.09 -15.0tEqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 44.30 31.32 67 35.00 239 35.54 31.32 -.01 -1.2 EquityCmw N EQC 2.50e 30 32.66 27.96 824 29.86 3064 30.83 29.00 +.38 -2.1 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.4 26.64 25.24 2 25.55 6 25.94 25.40 +.21 -3.0sEqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20 2.3 28 98.53 79.78 525 95.78 1921 98.53 92.00 +1.41 +7.6 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.3 41 70.46 54.97 2238 64.84 10771 66.48 62.78 -.03 +1.7 EquusTR N EQS 25 2.45 1.91 0 2.00 16 2.00 1.93 +.04 -16.7 EraGroup N ERA 7 14.23 8.98 56 11.34 184 11.44 10.62 +.01 +5.5 Ericsson Q ERIC .13e 1.5 9.45 5.84 23995 8.52 77182 9.36 8.49 -.84 +27.5sErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.6 32 130.36 106.63 55 130.13 256 130.93 122.62 +3.66 +6.8 Eros Intl N EROS 15.00 9.20 329 9.85 1508 11.20 9.36 -.69 +2.1tErytechP n Q ERYP 30.56 6.63 11 7.23 25 8.47 6.63 -.57 -67.2tEscalade Q ESCA .50 4.5 11 15.25 11.12 12 11.15 40 12.23 11.12 -.71 -9.3 EscoTech N ESE .32 .5 19 70.20 51.55 84 60.86 319 63.26 59.00 -1.44 +1.0 Esperion Q ESPR 82.68 33.06 1928 41.88 5147 47.34 36.06 -3.10 -36.4 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.6 21 32.55 21.51 0 27.81 12 28.90 27.11 -1.58 +16.1 EsqFnHld n Q ESQ 29.45 15.64 10 24.16 101 24.17 21.52 +.84 +22.4 EssaPh gs Q EPIX 7.34 2.00 2 2.90 12 3.20 2.90 -.43 -33.8 Essendant Q ESND .56 4.4 17.08 7.20 180 12.74 1475 12.81 12.67 -.07 +37.4 Essent N ESNT 8 50.08 32.73 498 37.50 2992 40.48 36.84 -2.31 -13.6tEssentPr n N EPRT 14.75 13.08 569 13.46 4758 14.15 13.08 -.45 -1.6 EssexPT N ESS 7.44 3.0 29 264.07 214.03 572 247.91 2586 255.45 239.48 +2.27 +2.7tEstLab n Q ESTA 30.71 21.20 76 21.99 169 24.63 21.03 -1.86 -11.2 EsteeLdr N EL 1.52 1.2 42 158.80 108.58 1621 125.62 9640 127.88 121.93 +.17 -1.3 Esterline N ESL 27 119.07 67.15 683 117.26 2905 118.10 116.78 -.30 +57.0tEstreAm n Q ESTR 13.38 4.81 0 4.70 13 5.50 4.51 -.89 -45.6 EstreAm wt Q ESTRW 1.03 .60 .71 -5.3tEthanAl N ETH .76 3.9 13 31.70 18.94 605 19.70 2305 20.45 18.71 -.29 -31.1 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 23.6 18.55 12.50 468 14.01 2281 14.54 13.78 -.13 -20.6 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 5.5 77.86 60.01 6 64.40 20 67.69 63.15 -4.80 -12.0tEtr2xHomb N HOML 70.00 24.10 0 25.40 1 25.40 24.10 -2.80 -57.8 EtrCrdOil n N OILX 45.74 30.07 40.77 1 40.77 40.77 -1.91 +25.1tEtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 10.8 32.98 23.58 5 23.81 45 25.30 23.54 -1.29 -26.0tEtr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 20.9 18.73 13.86 278 13.77 1025 14.61 13.60 -.58 -24.0tEtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 16.3 21.12 17.57 5 17.46 43 18.37 17.34 -.76 -13.6tEtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 14.0 19.00 13.48 48 13.59 184 15.15 13.45 -1.43 -13.7 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 8.9 27.26 19.32 1 22.40 5 23.40 22.39 -.37 -14.8 UBS VlVIX N LSVX 33.40 12.32 14.88 -51.4tEtr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 152.00 17 152.07 202 162.45 150.45 -10.23 -11.6tFI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 132.94 15 135.61 64 144.58 131.19 -10.24 -23.6 Etr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 51.00 31.45 0 34.02 5 40.00 34.02 -5.88 -20.6 Etr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 44.40 25.63 198 28.63 601 33.30 27.89 -4.67 -24.0tEtrWFBsD N BDCZ .91e 21.14 19.07 19.07 2 19.07 19.07 -.37 -8.6tEtr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 21.8 18.82 13.45 1 13.28 4 14.02 13.28 -.94 -18.5 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 18.51 11.51 169 14.01 603 14.35 13.66 -.08 -20.9 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 19.6 20.96 14.27 148 15.63 451 16.56 15.14 -.59 -20.4 Etsy n Q ETSY 60 53.25 15.27 2166 40.87 11282 44.60 40.17 -.62 +99.9 EuroTech Q CLWT 8.45 2.00 27 3.76 192 4.16 3.48 +.02 +13.6 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 10.10 7.50 950 8.95 3895 9.01 8.53 -.05 -3.2 Euronet Q EEFT 26 120.12 70.67 625 111.29 2673 118.09 105.18 -4.60 +32.1tEuroEqFd N EEA .17e 2.0 10.88 8.33 5 8.40 56 8.72 8.33 -.37 -14.9sEuroseas rs Q ESEA 3.87 1.08 1035 1.87 32596 3.87 1.65 +.55 +9.8 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 2.2 17 49.23 38.10 5 41.70 61 46.13 40.64 -4.05 -.5tEveloBio n Q EVLO 16.75 8.55 26 8.50 94 10.24 8.07 -1.11 -47.7tEventbr n N EB 40.25 24.67 329 25.54 2093 27.55 24.67 -1.23 -30.0 Ever-Glory Q EVK 7 4.50 1.96 0 3.77 32 3.77 3.15 +.47 +60.3tEverQuo n Q EVER 22.09 11.53 68 11.99 415 12.48 11.53 -.15 -33.5 Everbrdg n Q EVBG 63.00 23.87 272 50.53 1615 52.63 47.58 +1.79 +70.0 Evercore N EVR 2.00f 2.5 19 117.49 76.30 656 81.28 4605 89.11 80.80 -7.14 -9.7tEverestRe N RE 5.20 2.5 22 264.88 204.92 250 205.03 1185 217.59 203.90 -11.15 -7.3 Evergy N EVRG 1.60 2.9 25 59.28 47.06 1783 56.12 7627 57.69 55.58 -.90 +6.3 EveriHldgs N EVRI 9.82 6.08 896 7.54 3184 7.83 7.17 -.17 EversrceE N ES 2.02 3.2 20 66.15 52.76 1628 62.77 7679 65.29 62.22 -.56 -.6tEvrspnTc n Q MRAM 11.97 6.33 43 6.69 167 7.24 6.33 -.36 -10.8sEvertec N EVTC .40 1.7 20 26.43 12.60 387 23.95 2671 26.43 23.61 -.98 +75.5 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.74 .76 245 .99 777 1.18 .98 -.17 -29.3 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 1.03 17 3.35 81 3.90 3.33 -.43 +71.8tEvogene Q EVGN 4.52 2.52 3 2.53 26 2.70 2.51 -.14 -17.6 EvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 63 2.32 260 2.71 2.30 -.27 +2.7 EvolentH n N EVH 29.05 10.30 880 21.66 6091 24.97 20.94 -2.21 +76.1 Evolus n Q EOLS 39.50 6.75 259 13.75 1452 14.70 13.04 +.48 +19.6 EvolPetrol A EPM .40 3.9 17 12.83 6.35 233 10.24 1251 11.24 9.85 -.88 +49.5tEvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 24.9 5 5.85 1.67 16 1.77 85 2.19 1.64 +.05 -62.3tEvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.36 13.61 603 13.50 3063 14.97 13.37 -1.33 -43.1 ExOne Q XONE 12.50 6.16 199 6.78 1853 9.21 6.68 -1.96 -19.3 ExactSci h Q EXAS 81.22 37.36 2032 64.73 9260 66.41 59.77 +3.09 +23.2 ExantasCap N XAN .20 1.8 12.09 8.51 143 11.10 821 11.23 10.76 +.19 +18.5tETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 11.2 19.97 17.37 105 17.20 361 17.76 17.12 -.57 -11.7tExTrRobo N ROBO .07e .2 46.20 35.04 969 35.00 2569 37.35 34.41 -1.99 -15.3tBer Gl Rs n N BRGL 28.14 24.95 0 24.00 0 24.00 23.92 -3.00 -7.9 Ber US Rs n N BERN 30.06 25.14 27.36 1 27.39 27.36 -.99 +1.8 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 15 25.87 34 26.82 24.84 -1.01 -4.7 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol 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tETF IndExp N TETF 21.64 17.44 2 17.52 24 18.10 17.30 -.69 -8.0 RxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.37 206 2.63 732 2.88 2.58 -.23 -92.4tETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 26.64 121 27.04 891 28.95 26.39 -.81 -29.0 ExelaTch n Q XELA 7.34 4.15 206 6.02 653 6.78 5.79 -.32 +16.9tExelixis Q EXEL 18 32.20 13.95 3526 14.38 20757 16.64 13.95 -1.89 -52.7 Exelon N EXC 1.38 3.2 12 45.05 35.57 9369 43.62 35104 44.87 43.20 -.51 +10.7 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 51 67.06 52.52 106 62.36 658 63.13 60.79 +1.27 +3.3 Expedia h Q EXPE 1.28f 1.1 55 153.69 98.52 5645 120.50 16426 125.44 113.69 +2.18 +.6 ExpdIntl Q EXPD .90f 1.4 21 78.16 56.45 1182 65.33 6468 67.35 64.15 -.93 +1.0 Exponent s Q EXPO .52 1.1 38 54.58 34.80 169 49.05 995 50.66 47.29 +.23 +38.0 Express N EXPR 27 11.69 6.17 1729 8.47 12418 8.69 8.03 +.05 -16.6 ExpScripts Q ESRX 12 97.22 58.23 3491 94.28 17638 95.83 91.92 -1.02 +26.3tExtendStay Q STAY .88f 5.4 34 22.44 15.73 1201 16.30 10942 17.65 15.73 -1.35 -14.2tExterran n N EXTN 33.69 21.02 91 21.70 649 24.01 21.02 -1.86 -31.0 ExtraSpce N EXR 3.44 3.9 21 101.96 76.55 1487 87.69 4357 88.68 85.12 +.51 +.3tExtrOilGs n Q XOG 17.42 7.77 5156 7.61 29598 9.15 7.52 -1.48 -46.8 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 4.81 1342 5.19 7760 5.31 4.89 +.22 -58.5 ExxonMbl N XOM 3.28 4.2 17 89.30 72.16 18151 77.53 74577 82.18 76.96 -4.44 -7.3 EyePtPh Q EYPT 3.94 .93 308 2.22 2707 2.75 2.15 -.43 +105.6tEyegatePh Q EYEG 1.38 .28 376 .29 3457 .39 .28 -.09 -73.2 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 2.94 26 3.77 112 4.95 3.29 -.01 -62.0 Ezcorp Q EZPW 13 15.10 9.63 258 10.12 1821 10.30 9.89 -.12 -17.0F -:F5 Netwks Q FFIV 23 199.71 118.08 1176 170.38 5757 175.55 161.25 +4.65 +29.8 FAT Br n Q FAT .48 7.8 13.99 5.54 8 6.15 51 6.84 5.89 -.52 -31.1tFB Finl n N FBK .24 .6 13 45.43 33.12 138 36.98 774 37.35 33.12 +2.15 -11.9 FBL Fn N FFG 1.84 2.7 15 85.70 64.00 13 67.28 89 70.67 65.40 -2.63 -3.4tFCB Fin N FCB 13 62.95 37.87 494 38.00 3407 43.82 37.65 -5.64 -25.2 FFBW n Q FFBW 11.79 10.30 11 11.05 37 11.29 10.81 -.20 +.3tFGL Hldg n N FG 10.74 7.71 1031 7.78 4478 8.46 7.71 -.57 -22.7 FLIR Sys Q FLIR .64 1.2 33 63.88 43.47 1030 54.63 4468 56.36 53.93 -1.23 +17.2 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .9 14 98.70 72.73 1217 75.79 5737 82.05 74.23 -5.56 -19.9tFNBCp PA N FNB .48 4.3 11 14.92 11.06 2828 11.26 18872 11.87 11.03 -.38 -18.5 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.38 3 27.92 34 28.29 27.40 +.22 -4.5 FNCB Bc n Q FNCB .16 1.8 82 12.00 7.97 0 9.07 5 9.61 8.75 -.42 -1.9sFTFQAntiB N BTAL 21.80 18.31 117 21.44 333 21.80 21.00 +.46 +11.2tFTFQMom N MOM 26.26 23.71 23.71 1 24.28 23.71 -.41 -1.4tFTFQValu N CHEP 27.13 22.44 1 22.21 1 22.78 21.99 -1.78 -14.8 FTFQHgDiv N DIVA 1.08e 2.8 25.68 23.17 23.87 0 23.87 23.87 -.02 -3.9 FRP Hldgs Q FRPH 16 67.70 41.90 11 48.69 141 51.35 47.84 -1.29 +10.0tFS Bncp Q FSBW .56 1.2 10 66.40 43.00 9 45.00 111 48.64 43.00 -2.81 -17.5tFS Invest N FSIC .76 12.0 8 8.30 6.38 1218 6.32 6041 6.68 6.26 -.34 -14.0 FSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.50 16.01 1 16.75 6 17.42 16.75 -.60 -1.5 FTD Cos Q FTD 11.76 2.16 45 2.35 393 2.77 2.29 +.03 -67.3tFTE Net n A FTNW 26.25 7.70 30 8.80 366 9.90 7.70 -.45 -46.7 FTI Cnslt N FCN 30 81.91 36.23 667 69.12 3945 76.28 66.51 +1.52 +60.9 FTS Intl n N FTSI 22.60 9.38 584 11.58 2919 12.59 10.74 -.92 -40.9 FVCBkcp n Q FVCB 59 20.30 16.43 3 17.13 99 17.46 16.57 +.08 -14.4 Fabrinet N FN 17 48.97 24.02 240 41.97 2182 45.70 41.09 -3.02 +46.2tFacebook Q FB 27 218.62 145.60 31229 145.37 118472 157.34 143.80 -8.68 -17.6 FactsetR N FDS 2.56 1.2 26 237.29 183.89 334 213.39 1600 224.16 211.38 -6.29 +10.7 FairIsaac N FICO .08 48 241.10 141.90 433 189.88 1726 210.00 187.82 -17.86 +23.9 FalcMinrl Q FLMN .90 9.0 11.70 9.47 47 9.95 853 10.70 9.50 -.50 +3.6 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.55 7 5.11 76 6.34 5.05 -1.22 -22.0tFangHldg N SFUN .20e 9.8 1 5.69 1.91 1319 2.04 11039 2.28 1.91 -.16 -63.4 Fanhua Q FANH .90e 3.2 47 38.24 14.50 185 27.92 835 28.20 26.68 +.97 +29.1 FarPtAc un N FPAC/U 10.45 10.06 1 10.16 11 10.19 10.11 +.05 Farfetch n N FTCH 32.40 18.39 2350 19.90 9651 22.41 18.53 -1.10 -30.1 FarmerBrs Q FARM 35.05 23.60 31 24.43 183 25.81 24.33 -.10 -24.0 FarmMer s Q FMAO .56 1.3 27 49.99 34.46 7 41.71 51 42.83 40.49 +.48 +2.2 FarmersNB Q FMNB .32f 2.4 16 16.90 12.80 50 13.25 163 14.83 13.15 -.84 -10.2 Farmland N FPI .20m 2.9 63 9.68 5.15 166 6.88 1025 7.20 6.67 +.07 -20.7 Farmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 6.8 27.24 17.30 10 21.94 74 22.44 21.66 -.02 -14.9 FaroTech Q FARO 70.20 37.30 66 50.16 337 53.10 46.79 -2.04 +6.7 Fastenal Q FAST 1.60 3.2 20 61.14 45.96 3511 49.35 17625 52.63 48.01 -2.25 -9.8 FateThera Q FATE 16.94 3.80 564 13.43 4095 14.14 11.31 -.71 +119.8sFauquier Q FBSS .48 2.1 30 26.90 18.99 22.54 27 26.90 20.20 -1.71 +2.9tFedExCp N FDX 2.60 1.2 9 274.66 208.85 1678 210.53 8842 220.67 208.10 -9.27 -15.6 FedNatHld Q FNHC .32 1.5 19 26.76 12.84 36 21.36 413 21.96 20.73 +.41 +28.9tFedAgric N AGM 2.32 3.4 99.11 64.69 37 67.72 207 68.76 64.69 +1.19 -13.4tFdAgricA N AGM/A 2.32 3.7 19 87.76 61.94 0 63.26 2 63.26 61.94 +1.26 -13.0 FAgMt pfA N AGMpA 1.47 5.9 26.25 24.50 4 25.11 10 25.16 24.91 +.03 -.1 FAgMt pfB N AGMpB 1.72 6.6 27.47 25.52 0 25.90 5 25.97 25.84 +.15 -1.7 FAgMt pfC N AGMpC 1.50 5.9 28.64 25.25 2 25.30 2 25.75 25.30 -.80 -9.0 FedRlty N FRT 4.08f 3.3 21 134.52 106.41 514 122.52 2528 123.79 118.49 -.38 -7.7 FedRlt pfC N FRTpC 1.25 5.5 25.48 21.29 6 22.90 51 23.31 22.38 +.22 -9.0 FedSignl N FSS .28 1.3 21 28.32 18.37 179 21.86 1194 23.75 21.50 -1.31 +8.8 FedlStAc n Q FSAC 11.00 9.65 1 10.01 7761 10.09 9.65 -.07 +3.1 FedlStA wt Q FSACW 1.20 .95 1.10 -4.3 FedlStA un Q FSACU 11.10 9.53 10.94 1 11.00 10.10 +.14 +6.7 FedInvst N FII 1.08 4.3 9 36.76 22.06 2162 24.87 7162 25.07 22.14 +2.08 -31.1tFedPMu N FMN .88 7.2 14.54 12.21 14 12.24 209 12.33 12.21 -.07 -12.8tFenncPhr n Q FENC 14.99 6.88 165 7.11 505 7.52 6.88 -.36 -29.0 Ferrari n N RACE 149.85 103.65 905 116.17 4542 117.52 111.71 -.34 +10.8tFerrellgs N FGP .40 26.1 5.07 1.60 654 1.53 2139 1.88 1.52 -.24 -64.3tFerro N FOE 13 25.50 15.91 668 16.11 5016 17.58 15.62 -1.21 -31.7tFerrogl n Q GSM .24 4.0 12 17.61 5.77 470 6.06 2940 6.65 5.77 -.56 -62.6 FiatChrys N FCAU 24.95 15.19 6308 16.02 39238 16.68 15.23 +.51 -10.2 FibriaCelu N FBR .09e .5 22.05 13.34 1356 19.55 7672 19.84 19.29 +.27 +33.0 Fibrocll rs Q FCSC 14.30 1.75 120 1.94 1152 2.09 1.86 -.01 -39.4 FibroGen Q FGEN 68.55 40.74 486 46.82 3639 52.92 45.18 -6.08 -1.2 FidCorpBd N FCOR 1.58 3.3 51.02 46.30 13 47.81 29 47.99 47.71 -.03 -6.1 FidLtdTm N FLTB .98 2.0 50.49 49.05 27 49.33 174 49.39 49.12 +.20 -1.6 FidTotBd N FBND 1.20e 2.5 50.48 48.07 51 48.31 198 48.34 48.11 +.22 -3.9 FidD&D n Q FDBC .96 1.5 75.00 35.50 1 65.75 9 68.02 64.50 -.05 +59.2 FidCnsDis N FDIS .40e 1.0 45.84 35.82 238 40.46 4021 42.24 40.03 -1.45 +3.4 FidCnsStpl N FSTA .87e 2.7 35.47 29.50 150 32.48 2366 33.42 32.32 -.52 -5.3 FidEnergy N FENY .53e 2.9 22.21 17.78 418 18.55 4859 20.08 18.25 -1.51 -7.5tFidFinan N FNCL .60e 1.6 43.90 36.53 784 36.82 2997 38.77 36.44 -1.91 -9.7 FidHlthCre N FHLC .70e 1.6 47.18 38.45 359 42.59 1530 44.70 42.03 -2.03 +6.5tFidIndls N FIDU .56e 1.6 41.28 35.17 122 35.21 1048 37.29 34.73 -2.01 -9.0 Fid Val n N FVAL 35.47 30.71 20 31.98 124 33.43 31.69 -1.32 -2.7 Fid Qual n N FQAL 35.05 30.09 25 31.64 106 33.05 31.38 -1.32 -.5 FidInfoTch N FTEC .42e .8 60.90 47.41 1106 53.87 3858 56.39 53.02 -1.73 +7.8 Fid Moment N FDMO 35.68 29.69 62 31.55 202 33.07 31.15 -1.34 +.9 Fid LowVol N FDLO 34.00 28.95 27 31.46 247 32.62 31.22 -1.02 +2.8 Fid RisR n N FDRR 32.80 28.92 87 30.13 455 31.25 29.90 -.99 -1.7 Fid CoreD n N FDVV 31.13 27.16 72 28.75 397 29.94 28.55 -1.05 +.2 FidMsciRE N FREL .86e 3.7 25.45 21.73 180 23.06 728 23.75 22.85 -.28 -6.6 FidUtils N FUTY 1.21e 3.4 37.01 30.99 349 35.12 1144 36.45 34.86 -.81 +1.8 FidTelecm N FCOM .76e 2.6 32.96 27.59 199 29.27 685 31.53 29.06 -1.94 -5.3tFidelMatls N FMAT .53e 1.8 37.11 28.93 54 29.14 402 30.79 28.72 -1.46 -16.8 FidNasdIdx Q ONEQ 2.29e .8 319.34 256.30 95 280.61 347 294.47 276.86 -11.09 +3.5tFidlNatFn N FNF 1.28f 4.0 13 42.52 32.03 1709 32.32 10283 35.03 31.14 -2.57 -17.6 FidNatInfo N FIS 1.28 1.3 19 110.83 89.31 1244 101.37 7738 104.73 100.30 -2.38 +7.7 FidelSo Q LION .48 2.1 15 27.05 20.28 62 23.06 630 23.55 22.60 -.21 +5.8 FidClayOp N FMO 1.72f 16.0 15.43 10.27 209 10.75 928 11.79 10.64 -.98 -18.3 FidusInvst Q FDUS 1.56a 11.8 8 16.94 12.63 61 13.27 314 13.66 13.11 -.35 -12.6 FidsInv23 n Q FDUSL 1.47 5.8 28.00 24.85 0 25.21 11 25.45 24.98 -.04 +.8 Fieldpt wt A FPP/WS .02 .00 .00 FiestaRst Q FRGI 30.88 15.66 149 26.52 767 29.00 26.04 -2.05 +39.6tFifthThird Q FITB .72 2.8 7 34.67 24.10 10063 25.86 55188 26.43 24.10 -.47 -14.8 FifthT pf Q FITBI 1.66 6.1 30.00 26.80 17 27.35 74 27.62 27.10 -.31 -4.0t51job Q JOBS 114.63 52.15 335 58.24 2739 60.42 52.15 +.24 -4.3 58.com N WUBA 72 89.90 56.70 1322 61.39 6555 67.36 56.83 -.88 -14.2tFnclInst Q FISI .96 3.5 14 34.35 26.48 53 27.58 310 30.89 26.48 -.52 -11.3 Finisar Q FNSR 25.41 14.25 1240 16.32 8374 18.16 15.91 -1.48 -19.8 FinjanH Q FNJN 2 5.54 1.66 280 3.50 1409 3.99 3.46 -.45 +62.0 FireEye Q FEYE 19.36 13.40 3923 16.97 26791 18.02 16.64 +19.5tFstAFin n N FAF 1.52 3.5 18 62.71 42.54 1437 43.70 5514 46.03 41.96 -2.30 -22.0 FstBcpPR N FBP 31 9.38 4.48 2584 9.16 13041 9.31 8.39 -.02 +79.6tFstBcpME Q FNLC 1.16 4.3 15 32.33 25.03 12 26.77 67 27.10 25.03 -.23 -1.7 FtBcpNC Q FBNC .40 1.1 21 43.14 33.88 106 35.50 822 39.65 34.28 -3.94 +.5 FstBcMiss Q FBMS .20 .6 22 43.53 29.73 26 34.42 150 39.02 32.89 -2.21 +.6 FstBkNJ Q FRBA .12 1.0 16 15.00 11.15 63 11.76 122 12.70 11.75 -.11 -15.1tFstBusey rs Q BUSE .80 2.9 18 33.25 26.61 117 27.37 606 29.06 26.61 -1.34 -8.6tFBusnFn s Q FBIZ .56 2.8 14 26.95 19.55 21 20.11 81 21.20 19.55 -.41 -9.1sFrstCap Q FCAP .92 2.2 19 47.42 35.07 0 42.39 16 47.42 40.32 +1.74 +15.4tFtChoBc n Q FCBP 33.50 20.81 9 21.50 114 23.65 20.81 -1.95 -22.5 FCtzBA Q FCNCA 1.60f .4 21 488.44 382.01 21 415.87 177 428.00 398.11 -10.43 +3.2tFstCwlth N FCF .36 2.8 16 17.91 12.01 1076 12.86 6095 14.89 12.01 -1.92 -10.2 FCmtyBsh Q FCBC .84 2.5 19 36.09 25.85 23 33.56 175 34.15 32.22 +.69 +16.8tFCmtyCp Q FCCO .40 1.9 17 26.25 20.33 9 21.38 73 22.35 20.33 +.48 -5.4 1stCnstBn Q FCCY .30f 1.6 13 27.00 16.15 23 19.32 126 20.85 19.02 +.16 +5.6 FstData n N FDC 11 26.62 14.73 27833 21.60 59386 23.56 21.20 -1.81 +29.3 FstDefiF s Q FDEF .68 2.6 10 35.00 25.14 36 26.29 226 26.95 25.49 -.54 +1.2tFFnclOH Q FFBC .80 3.2 14 33.70 24.05 564 25.31 2742 25.59 24.05 +.41 -3.9 FstFnBksh Q FFIN .84f 1.5 28 61.86 43.05 202 57.05 1230 57.70 54.27 -.26 +26.6 FstFnIN Q THFF 1.02 2.3 15 53.05 40.75 21 44.31 128 49.05 42.76 -2.91 -2.3 FstFnNwst Q FFNW .32 2.2 16 21.82 13.13 13 14.25 94 14.75 13.75 -.41 -8.1tFstFound s Q FFWM 19 20.43 14.00 219 15.83 1821 15.98 14.00 +1.05 -14.6tFstGtyBc n Q FGBI .64b 2.9 29.50 20.70 13 22.32 37 24.23 20.70 +1.30 -10.7tFsHawaii n Q FHB .96 4.1 32.36 23.17 1765 23.51 10322 24.73 22.91 -1.17 -19.4tFstHorizon N FHN .48 3.1 13 20.86 14.94 3411 15.37 20395 15.68 14.94 -.25 -23.1 FstHrz pfA N FHNpA 1.55 6.2 25.70 24.77 6 25.10 31 25.12 24.98 +.04 -.4 FstInRT N FR .87 2.8 20 34.04 27.61 958 30.72 4335 31.67 30.06 +.07 -2.4tFIntntBcp Q INBK .24 1.0 10 42.40 24.20 106 25.00 347 27.70 23.81 -1.95 -34.5 FIntBc26 n Q INBKL 1.50 5.9 26.74 24.75 1 25.50 3 25.50 25.02 +.05 -3.8 FstIntBc A Q FIBK 1.12 2.7 19 47.05 36.00 267 40.98 1353 43.24 38.49 -2.10 +2.3 FMajSilv g N AG 8.48 4.93 2867 5.71 13448 6.50 5.60 -.54 -15.3 FstMerch Q FRME .88 2.1 18 50.44 37.60 193 41.63 974 42.35 39.68 -.52 -1.0 FstMidIll Q FMBH .72f 2.0 16 42.46 30.01 33 35.68 216 36.84 33.44 -.47 -7.4tFMidBc Q FMBI .44 2.0 18 27.70 21.25 1046 21.76 4338 24.88 21.25 -2.88 -9.4tFstNwBc n Q FNWB 39 18.35 13.56 20 14.12 160 15.00 13.56 -.47 -13.4tFstRepBk N FRC .72 .8 18 106.75 84.48 1157 86.62 6645 90.39 84.48 -3.08 FstRep pfD N FRCpD 1.38 5.8 25.84 23.07 5 23.84 56 24.09 23.62 +.06 -6.6 FstRep pfE N FRCpE 1.75 6.9 26.93 25.22 15 25.30 49 25.40 25.29 -.05 -3.2 FstRep pfF N FRCpF 1.43 5.9 26.90 23.50 9 24.14 56 24.56 24.11 +.04 -6.4 FtRepB pfH N FRCpH 1.28 5.5 25.97 22.85 14 23.10 62 23.41 22.88 -.09 -9.1 FtRpBk pfG N FRCpG 26.67 23.00 21 23.69 92 23.78 23.41 +.31 -8.4 FstSavFin Q FSFG .60 1.0 15 80.01 54.57 1 62.51 4 67.49 62.51 -2.81 +9.6tFstSolar Q FSLR 24 81.72 42.17 5173 39.38 12096 46.73 39.15 -7.22 -41.7 1stSource Q SRCE 1.00 2.2 16 59.33 39.93 79 45.84 434 47.01 42.88 -.91 -7.3tFTNDXTc Q QTEC .58e .8 83.42 68.60 335 69.55 1508 73.47 68.38 -3.11 -3.3 FtTr AbsRet Q FAAR .84e 34.79 27.00 9 27.46 232 27.83 27.31 -.24 -6.4 FtTr 22 n N FIV 9.68 8.88 79 9.02 493 9.13 8.98 -.03 -1.2tFT RisDv n Q SDVY .11e .6 22.04 19.18 1 19.07 3 19.71 19.07 -1.03 -9.2 FtTrGlob N FAM .90 9.9 11.94 9.09 62 9.12 258 9.31 9.12 -.17 -21.2 FT MCGr N FNY .15e .4 47.20 37.15 69 39.58 200 41.72 38.71 -1.98 +1.0tFT AsiaPc Q FPA 1.01e 3.7 38.10 27.49 3 27.30 186 28.98 27.11 -1.46 -23.6tFT Europe Q FEP .65e 2.0 42.49 32.90 196 33.15 970 34.60 32.72 -1.55 -15.1 FT LatAm Q FLN 2.01e 10.5 23.23 17.33 6 19.07 15 19.30 18.75 -.11 -6.6 FT Brazil Q FBZ 1.62e 12.0 17.67 10.42 7 13.46 78 13.51 12.94 +.38 -13.3tFT China Q FCA .68e 2.8 34.79 24.29 1 24.01 4 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17.33 11.90 -1.64 -29.2 FortTrInf n N FTAI 1.32 7.8 20.13 15.45 94 16.87 575 17.67 16.50 -.70 -15.4 FortunaSlv N FSM 16 6.08 3.53 1099 3.84 3743 4.24 3.78 -.25 -26.4tFBHmSec N FBHS .80 1.9 14 73.62 44.75 6685 41.58 17771 47.03 41.17 -4.84 -39.2 FortySev n Q FTSV 16.86 12.16 68 12.59 295 15.36 12.31 -1.92 -16.3tForumEn N FET 17.95 8.24 1406 8.60 5749 9.26 8.13 -.68 -44.7 ForMrII un Q FMCIU 10.14 9.95 0 10.12 60 10.13 10.08 +1.7 ForwrdA Q FWRD .60 1.0 26 72.81 49.88 180 59.34 1098 65.15 55.55 -4.36 +3.3 Forward h Q FORD 26 4.45 1.13 24 1.53 956 1.56 1.41 +.06 +24.4 ForwdPh Q FWP 23.12e 6.70 1.63 21 1.65 139 2.30 1.64 -.47 -55.2 Fossil Grp Q FOSL 32.17 5.50 1750 21.16 6972 21.57 18.55 +2.50 +172.3 Foster Q FSTR .16 .9 30.30 16.19 15 17.61 110 18.69 16.77 +.44 -35.1tFoundBld n N FBM 16.40 10.03 50 9.77 421 11.04 9.74 -1.17 -33.9 FourCorP s N FCPT 1.10 4.2 20 27.48 21.28 334 26.13 2146 26.81 25.37 +.32 +1.7 FourSeEd n N FEDU 3.32 81.2 4 10.45 3.18 15 4.09 45 4.10 3.68 +.19 -54.6 FoxFactory Q FOXF 38 73.10 33.20 273 51.78 1615 58.09 50.02 -5.52 +33.3 Francesca Q FRAN 8.48 2.79 761 2.97 6398 3.26 2.83 +.17 -59.4 FrancoN g N FNV .96 1.5 58 86.06 58.26 864 62.10 3730 66.11 61.23 -2.77 -22.3 FrankCov N FC 31.20 18.00 22 21.35 92 22.60 21.00 -.85 +2.9 FrankElec Q FELE .48 1.1 25 51.45 38.45 107 42.14 585 42.89 38.87 +.43 -8.2 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 15 41.50 30.80 163 33.12 633 37.24 32.45 -4.06 -2.9tFrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.54 0 23.40 0 23.72 23.40 -.73 -7.7tFrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 28.07 156 28.18 295 29.13 27.96 -.67 -14.7tFrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 26.73 1 26.43 5 27.21 26.43 -.90 -9.2tFrankLbGlE N FLQG 32.51 28.74 0 28.77 2 29.72 28.74 -.88 -5.9 FrnL LoV n N FLLV 33.24 28.98 1 30.78 3 31.62 30.76 -.84 +1.6tFrnkLInvGr N FLCO 24.87 23.22 0 23.28 3 23.29 23.22 +.04 -6.1 FrkL US Eq N FLQL 31.59 27.18 95 29.00 1746 29.91 28.72 -.94 +.3tFrnkL MunO N FLMI 25.00 24.11 24.11 1 24.15 24.11 -.08 -3.4 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next 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1.70 29 2.10 356 2.50 2.03 -.16 -28.6G -:GWilliFood Q WILC 21 7.36 5.20 4 6.70 11 6.95 6.62 -.17 -6.8 G1Thera n Q GTHX 69.57 18.04 302 37.13 1940 47.20 35.67 -9.68 +87.1tGAMCO s N GBL .08 .4 30.44 20.01 21 20.14 143 21.42 20.01 -.71 -32.1 GATX N GATX 1.76f 2.4 14 91.12 56.00 236 72.50 2565 85.07 71.20 -10.10 +16.6 GATX 66 N GMTA 26.80 22.81 14 24.09 78 24.72 24.00 -.52 -8.3 GCI Lb A n Q GLIBA 55.47 41.33 1542 44.41 3919 48.05 42.47 -3.26 -18.9 GCI Lb pfA Q GLIBP .88e 27.99 18.40 13 24.20 33 24.80 24.03 -.52 +6.4 GCP ApT n N GCP 52 34.79 23.85 579 25.02 3451 25.57 24.00 +.80 -21.6tGDL Fund N GDL .64 7.2 10.29 8.54 53 8.91 277 9.15 8.54 +.01 -8.4 GDLFd pfB N GDLpB 1.50 3.0 50.80 49.99 50.06 -.5 GDS Hld n Q GDS .46p 46.18 14.26 736 23.15 6089 25.90 21.65 -1.52 +2.8 GMAC CpT N ALLYpA 2.03 7.8 26.87 25.46 56 26.10 520 26.14 25.91 +.20 +.6tGMS Inc n N GMS 11 39.98 16.07 431 15.81 2462 18.01 15.73 -1.82 -58.0 GNC N GNC .80 23.8 3 8.35 2.71 2053 3.36 12152 4.46 3.15 -.86 -8.9tGP Strat N GPX 19 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6973 3.16 29293 3.33 3.06 -.06 -38.0 GrubHub N GRUB 149.35 51.21 6249 87.95 22356 117.84 87.41 -26.74 +22.5 GAeroPac N PAC 3.21e 2.3 111.60 82.19 49 94.13 334 98.72 92.87 -3.95 -8.4 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 3.5 20 58.10 37.45 99 48.71 323 51.94 48.28 -2.82 +17.4 GpoASur N ASR 3.31e 212.70 152.41 30 171.90 302 190.07 164.21 -16.89 -5.8tGpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 5.9 9.51 6.83 346 6.74 1059 7.29 6.67 -.51 -20.7 GrpoFin Q GGAL .36e 1.6 73.45 18.30 1398 22.97 5140 24.01 21.80 +.08 -65.1 GpFnSnMx N BSMX .30e 4.2 9.11 6.99 7.19 -1.6 GpoSimec A SIM 10.90 8.20 1 8.68 6 9.15 8.68 -.43 -7.2 GpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 4.91 898 7.84 3601 8.05 6.70 +.76 -73.3tGpTelevisa N TV 23.98 14.20 1693 14.16 8380 16.04 14.11 -1.72 -24.2tGuangRy N GSH .63e 3.4 37.43 19.13 30 18.34 51 20.10 18.18 -1.24 -45.1tGuarntyBc Q GBNK .65 2.6 15 35.20 23.72 83 24.87 698 26.86 23.72 -1.87 -10.1 GuarBcs n Q GNTY .60f 2.0 19 37.36 28.00 15 29.30 80 30.74 28.34 -.06 -4.4 GuarFBc Q GFED .48 1.9 36 27.39 20.41 3 25.20 8 25.20 22.52 +.40 +12.9 GuardntH n Q GH 44.25 27.04 330 34.99 1881 38.37 32.18 -.80 +8.7 Guess N GES .90 4.3 26.95 14.17 407 21.04 3513 21.58 19.90 +1.12 +24.6tGuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 8.1 23.12 20.29 24 20.36 171 20.75 20.26 -.31 -10.4tGugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 10.5 23.19 20.46 10 20.62 111 21.02 20.46 -.19 -6.0 GugS&P100 N OEW 35.08 30.17 31.88 -2.9 GugEMk EW N EWEM .56e 1.6 37.81 32.75 35.51 +2.2 GugTotRet N GTO 53.54 50.85 52.26 -1.0 GugTech N RYT 1.09e .7 163.73 138.92 147.21 +3.0 GugConStp N RHS 2.05e 1.6 138.61 119.71 126.70 -5.2tGugEnhEq N GPM .96 12.3 9.42 7.72 264 7.80 1144 8.32 7.68 -.45 -12.4 GugChinSC N HAO .76e 2.3 33.23 27.68 32.35 +9.4 Gug 24HYBd N BSJO 26.04 24.64 24.81 -3.2 GugBlt23CB N BSCN .65 3.2 21.15 20.20 20.32 -2.4 GugMultAs N CVY 1.07e 5.0 23.50 21.10 21.47 -4.2 GugBlt18CB N BSCI .40e 1.8 21.20 21.08 21.11 +.1 GugStrOp N GOF 2.19 11.4 22.39 18.80 193 19.12 931 19.87 19.00 -.65 -11.4 Guidewire N GWRE 107.79 70.06 1129 84.06 4535 91.28 83.81 -5.37 +13.2 GulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .4 13.95 6.90 88 9.00 186 9.23 8.32 -.01 -33.0 GulfRes Q GURE 2 1.77 .75 18 .90 216 .96 .85 +.02 -38.8 GlfmrkOf n A GLF 39.00 17.80 17 32.83 54 33.92 29.30 +.08 +15.2 GulfportE Q GPOR 4 14.42 8.11 4940 8.93 21544 11.09 8.75 -2.16 -30.0 Gyrodyne n Q GYRO 2.50e 22.55 18.91 20.14 0 20.14 20.10 +.03 +.3H -:tH&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 5.5 6 44.24 21.67 1339 20.14 4669 25.95 19.57 -5.21 -50.5 HCA Hldg N HCA .35p 19 141.11 74.26 2470 127.86 10814 134.98 124.32 -5.85 +45.6 HCI Grp N HCI 1.50 3.4 46.10 28.70 42 43.48 208 44.45 41.82 +.10 +45.4 HCP Inc N HCP 1.48 5.6 15 27.62 21.48 3618 26.49 16633 27.15 25.82 +.09 +1.6 HD Supply Q HDS 10 46.29 34.02 1526 37.09 8305 38.99 36.42 -1.03 -7.3 HDFC Bk N HDB .37e .4 112.10 85.43 429 90.97 4312 92.00 87.63 +3.42 -10.5 HECO pfU N HEpU 1.62 6.2 27.99 25.05 0 26.30 1 26.44 26.20 -.15 -.6 HF Foods n Q HFFG 15.70 9.75 17 13.90 34 14.27 13.50 -.60 +41.0 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 15 51.74 32.99 281 35.41 938 37.09 34.44 -.93 -27.2 HL Acqui n Q HCCH 10.47 9.50 9.56 +.1 HMG A HMG 16.33 9.04 1 13.86 2 14.08 13.60 -.16 +11.0 HMN Fn Q HMNF 20 21.90 18.05 20.65 17 21.49 20.60 -.15 +8.1 HMS Hldgs Q HMSY 75 33.85 11.01 273 29.95 1734 31.22 29.40 -.52 +76.7 HNI Corp N HNI 1.18 3.1 18 45.40 31.16 124 37.99 1485 41.80 37.19 -.62 -1.5 HP Inc N HPQ .56f 2.4 8 27.08 19.31 12369 23.13 56787 24.43 22.85 -.71 +10.1tHSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.9 55.89 38.54 3659 38.66 26490 40.66 38.23 -1.80 -25.1 HSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 26.62 25.52 31 25.81 265 26.02 25.72 -.38 HSBC Cap N HSEA 2.03 7.7 27.89 26.16 26.36 -3.6 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 5.83 1.71 325 3.75 2321 3.80 3.23 +.21 +84.7 HV Bcp n Q HVBC .50e 18.50 13.75 2 15.07 9 15.37 15.05 -.47 -.9 HabitRest Q HABT 82 18.30 8.10 546 13.93 1780 15.18 13.78 -.98 +45.9sHackettGp Q HCKT .34f 1.7 19 20.61 14.55 109 19.92 552 20.61 19.57 +.06 +26.8 Haemonet N HAE 117.56 45.47 407 103.37 2095 109.16 100.31 -2.94 +78.0 Hailiang n Q HLG 88.92 18.37 13 62.00 57 66.00 56.35 -.84 +37.2tHainCels lf Q HAIN 44.37 24.11 1608 24.16 5816 25.66 23.75 -1.09 -43.0tHalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.34 3762 3.42 27383 4.21 3.24 -.56 -54.8 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.5 7 7.98 4.79 92 6.38 420 6.48 5.48 +.30 +4.8tHallibrtn N HAL .72 2.0 57.86 34.19 12550 35.14 69705 37.54 33.73 -2.40 -28.1 HallmkFn Q HALL 11.69 8.62 8 10.95 84 11.25 10.62 +.04 +5.0tHalozyme Q HALO 30 21.48 14.33 1003 15.73 6123 16.51 14.33 -.63 -22.4 HamiltnBc Q HBK 16.20 13.50 38 14.45 126 15.50 13.90 +.06 -6.2tHamBchBr N HBB .34 1.7 40.28 18.03 58 19.63 205 20.03 18.03 +.41 -23.6 HamilLa n Q HLNE .85 2.3 38 54.59 26.51 134 37.34 715 40.18 36.25 -1.70 +5.5tHancJaf n Q HJLI 5.64 1.84 5 2.08 250 2.51 1.84 -.35 -60.3 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 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tHancFinOp N BTO 1.48 4.5 41.00 32.03 62 32.75 365 34.62 32.03 -1.84 -16.7 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.7 15.12 12.80 6 13.07 62 13.12 13.02 +.01 -12.0tHanJI N JHI 1.45e 9.3 18.12 15.52 26 15.60 182 16.50 15.31 -.20 -10.9 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 7.0 17.33 14.50 76 15.43 396 15.69 15.30 -.18 -9.9 HanPfEq N HPI 1.68 8.2 22.85 19.73 53 20.48 175 21.04 20.42 -.51 -4.4 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 8.3 21.90 19.39 47 20.22 208 20.50 20.20 -.21 -5.9 HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 8.4 19.19 16.80 51 17.51 270 17.92 17.45 -.22 -6.6 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.5 26.04 21.00 163 22.29 480 22.59 22.13 -.21 -9.6tHancWhit Q HWC .96 2.4 14 56.40 38.94 562 40.12 2838 42.30 38.94 -1.73 -18.9tHancWht 45 Q HWCPL 1.49 6.1 26.67 24.42 14 24.48 36 25.15 24.26 -.20 -6.1tHanesbds s N HBI .60 3.7 8 23.85 16.11 6314 16.42 28387 17.00 16.08 +.10 -21.5tHanmiFin Q HAFC .96 4.8 11 33.10 17.56 411 20.01 2579 22.11 17.56 -1.97 -34.1 HannArms N HASI 1.32 6.7 31 25.28 17.33 306 19.59 1482 20.60 19.51 -.68 -18.6 HanoverIns N THG 2.16 2.0 60 131.44 97.99 270 110.27 1361 113.67 108.75 -2.81 +2.0 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.3 25.86 24.83 3 25.17 22 25.17 25.02 +.06 -.6 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 24 9.70 5.40 52 9.67 631 9.67 9.57 +.01 +37.7 HarbrOne n Q HONE 58 20.19 17.25 29 18.07 114 18.57 17.32 -.33 -5.7tHarleyD N HOG 1.48 4.1 12 56.50 36.15 3221 35.99 23401 39.52 35.76 -3.58 -29.3 Harmonic Q HLIT 5.93 2.80 221 5.44 1181 5.58 5.27 +.13 +29.5 HarmonyG N HMY .05 2.53 1.43 3127 1.96 15873 2.15 1.95 -.11 +4.8 HarrisCorp N HRS 2.74f 1.7 28 175.50 135.16 1339 160.84 6501 172.87 156.11 -8.09 +13.5 Harsco N HSC .20m .9 60 30.05 15.55 373 23.37 2426 25.00 22.54 -1.38 +25.3tHarteHk rs N HHS 12.16 5.49 2 5.38 32 6.37 5.22 -1.11 Hrt TotR n N HTRB 40.25 38.41 38.49 3254 38.49 38.46 -.06 -3.9 HrtMuOp n N HMOP 42.46 39.09 39.24 653 39.30 39.20 +.05 -2.3tHartfFn42 N HGH 1.97 7.2 30.84 27.43 284 27.45 458 27.84 27.35 -.29 -6.2tHartfdFn N HIG 1.20 2.7 15 59.20 44.81 8191 45.11 20994 46.82 43.31 -1.53 -19.8 HrvrdBio Q HBIO 80 6.70 2.95 563 4.01 965 4.74 3.90 -.28 +21.5 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16 134.26 81.10 275 123.17 1817 125.82 119.72 +2.66 +27.8 HeliosM rs Q HMNY 4232.50 .01 30055 .02 389662 .03 .02 +.00 -100.0 Helius Med n Q HSDT 13.20 7.47 36 9.66 355 10.36 8.78 +.89 +23.7 HelixEn N HLX 7 10.89 5.44 1526 8.44 11954 10.83 8.22 -1.82 +11.9 HelmPayne N HP 2.80f 4.5 75.02 51.01 1565 62.67 6352 66.25 60.34 -3.48 -3.0 HemisMda Q HMTV 14.20 10.50 18 13.17 116 13.90 13.04 -.56 +14.0 Hemisphrx rs A HEB .65 .15 433 .21 1613 .22 .20 -.01 -40.2tHennesAd s Q HNNA .40 3.3 6 20.00 11.36 5 12.10 78 13.59 11.36 -1.60 -26.8 HSchein s Q HSIC 30 90.52 62.56 1782 79.93 7024 83.14 79.09 -2.58 +14.4 Herbalif s N HLF 24 60.41 32.13 873 53.76 5438 55.51 53.26 -.71 tHercHld n N HRI 72.99 31.15 264 31.54 2338 37.15 30.60 -3.19 -49.6 HercTGC N HTGC 1.24 10.0 10 13.97 11.55 464 12.42 2228 12.89 12.38 -.38 -5.3 HercTG 24 N HTGX 1.56 6.2 25.77 24.93 1 25.08 19 25.09 25.00 -.00 -2.1tHrtgeCo Q HTBK .44 3.0 17 18.10 13.67 259 14.58 1002 14.97 13.67 +.05 -4.8 HrtgeFn Q HFWA .68f 2.1 22 37.40 28.46 197 31.68 882 33.30 30.06 -.43 +2.9 HeritageIns N HRTG .24 1.7 92 19.15 12.85 105 13.79 697 13.87 13.12 +.48 -23.5 HeritCryst Q HCCI 33 25.20 18.00 51 22.96 520 23.52 21.73 +.77 +5.6 HernTher h Q HRTX 42.90 14.40 770 27.59 6224 29.27 25.46 -1.54 +52.4tHersha pfC N HTpC 1.72 7.4 25.60 23.40 2 23.10 7 24.05 23.10 -.80 -8.1 Hersha rs N HT 1.12 6.4 23 24.16 16.60 550 17.43 3286 19.73 17.11 -2.11 +.2tHersha pfD N HTpD 1.63 7.6 25.92 21.12 22 21.34 130 22.55 21.12 -.98 -13.5tHersha pfE N HTpE 25.70 21.50 8 21.21 76 22.69 21.01 -1.19 -14.3 Hershey N HSY 2.89 2.8 22 115.82 89.10 1728 102.52 8504 109.52 99.15 -4.06 -9.7tHertzGl N HTZ 26.04 13.01 3671 13.48 16520 15.78 13.01 -1.81 -39.0tHerzfldCrb Q CUBA .12e 7.54 5.51 32 5.58 170 6.00 5.41 -.27 -22.0 HeskaCorp Q HSKA 70 114.50 56.59 108 99.68 224 107.00 98.69 -.60 +24.3 Hess N HES 1.00 1.7 74.81 40.26 3221 58.11 31798 63.63 56.75 -5.45 +22.4 Hess pfA N HESpA 83.01 50.17 12 64.25 825 69.75 62.98 -5.20 +11.0 HessMidP n N HESM 1.43f 6.4 21 24.51 18.32 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-3.1tiSEafeSC Q SCZ 1.51e 2.7 69.19 55.06 1518 55.10 6478 57.91 54.46 -2.74 -14.6tiSGblTelcm N IXP 2.31e 4.4 62.55 52.91 70 52.64 233 55.64 52.14 -2.62 -13.0tiShEMBd Q EMB 5.27e 5.0 116.86 104.91 3098 105.44 15587 105.70 104.91 -.02 -9.2 iShGblTech N IXN 1.10e .7 177.61 146.24 195 156.39 1437 164.32 154.81 -6.18 +1.8 iShAaa-ACp N QLTA 1.51e 3.0 52.95 49.69 5 49.84 50 49.93 49.71 +.13 -5.7 iSMrnMCG N JKH .59e .3 238.37 192.08 6 203.18 40 214.70 202.16 -11.07 +.4tiShIndones N EIDO .35e 1.6 30.61 20.88 1482 21.70 6761 21.88 20.88 -.02 -23.7 iSSP500Gr N IVW 2.03e 1.3 178.61 145.16 2133 159.84 7152 167.06 157.69 -6.09 +4.6 iShNYMun s N NYF 56.15 53.68 10 53.95 83 53.96 53.71 +.21 -3.3 iShGblHcr s N IXJ 63.76 53.82 59 57.91 516 60.89 57.19 -2.94 iShGnmaBd Q GNMA .75e 1.6 49.89 47.36 13 47.80 27 47.93 47.55 +.23 -3.4tiShGblFin N IXG 1.28e 2.1 76.01 59.89 42 60.11 250 63.10 59.54 -2.88 -14.0 iShUSAQlt N QUAL 1.04e 1.3 91.47 78.63 1171 81.63 3929 85.16 80.73 -3.20 -1.5 iSSPGlbEn N IXC 1.01e 3.0 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31 45.16 232 46.84 44.64 -1.54 -1.6 iSh2018Mu N IBMG .23 .9 25.48 25.32 25.44 +.2 iShConsSv N IYC 1.50e .8 213.17 163.38 83 190.96 688 200.97 189.33 -7.82 +6.5 iShMBS Q MBB 3.04e 2.4 107.01 102.04 616 102.72 2448 102.83 102.20 +.54 -3.6 iShGvCrBd N GBF 2.86 2.6 114.56 108.38 4 109.17 38 109.22 108.54 +.67 -4.2tiShIndia bt A INDA .24e .8 38.21 29.18 5726 29.36 28111 29.79 28.96 -.51 -18.6 iSR1KVal N IWD 2.41e 2.1 131.56 116.03 7802 117.27 18506 122.49 116.26 -4.90 -5.7 iSMrnSCG N JKK .87e .5 217.00 168.90 5 181.51 31 190.99 178.49 -8.24 +1.1tiShPoland N EPOL .42e 2.0 30.19 21.30 523 21.46 1785 22.70 21.20 -1.07 -20.8tiSMCGth N IJK 1.88e .9 238.39 204.16 188 205.64 577 214.35 202.68 -7.74 -4.7 iShIntGvC N GVI 1.99 1.9 110.78 106.53 91 107.19 593 107.26 106.71 +.49 -2.3 iSR1KGr N IWF 1.45e 1.0 157.30 126.98 3274 139.45 10139 146.16 137.49 -5.71 +3.5 iSIndiaSC bt A SMIN .10e .3 55.13 33.22 19 34.12 396 34.49 33.61 -.62 -35.1 iShBrUSIn s Q USIG 56.23 52.75 146 52.91 1457 53.02 52.78 +.09 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-1.04 -21.1 iShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.47 110.18 1746 110.43 9418 110.43 110.36 +.05 +.2 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.9 38.72 35.81 2807 36.10 14976 36.29 36.00 -.11 -5.2tiSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 4.2 76.51 67.46 969 67.53 4771 69.60 66.88 -1.96 -7.5 iSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.6 174.73 149.68 668 156.35 2336 163.41 154.53 -6.46 -1.2tiSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.7 75.19 58.55 91 59.55 191 62.17 58.55 -2.38 -15.0 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.4 142.50 119.51 111 135.19 503 140.33 134.19 -3.26 +1.7 iSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.6 57.67 49.71 5084 53.82 21164 55.53 53.37 -1.57 +2.0tiSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 2.2 159.20 136.36 4 137.24 38 142.63 135.69 -5.63 -9.9 iShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.4 171.00 146.80 149 149.87 615 157.80 147.76 -7.30 -6.4 iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.1 53.00 45.15 22 49.09 320 50.40 48.80 -1.06 -.9 iShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.5 30.70 26.34 780 27.25 2699 28.84 27.04 -1.25 -7.3 iShTech N IYW 1.20e .7 196.97 153.76 672 173.66 2171 182.00 170.80 -5.80 +6.7tiShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.7 100.28 82.25 43 82.43 572 86.75 81.32 -4.20 -11.2 iShGblCSt s N KXI 54.58 47.79 25 49.12 622 50.08 48.78 -.78 iShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.6 83.62 71.27 12416 76.87 54167 79.20 76.19 -.86 -5.1 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.3 121.28 102.37 54 105.89 162 109.50 104.73 -3.30 -3.2tiSh0-5Tips N STIP 100.64 98.22 132 98.46 613 98.48 98.22 +.12 -1.4tiShHmCnst N ITB .09e .3 46.56 29.52 9750 30.45 42304 31.18 29.52 -.07 -30.4tiShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.2 160.57 137.14 153 137.28 671 144.85 135.45 -7.24 -6.9 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 2018

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127.37 3534 134.56 125.10 -5.49 -3.5 iKangHlth Q KANG 7 21.01 13.52 66 16.56 571 17.28 15.92 -.65 +4.8 Ikonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 1 9.90 4 9.90 9.04 -.10 +31.6tITW N ITW 4.00f 3.2 23 179.07 119.38 3383 124.10 15698 128.15 119.38 -2.93 -25.6 Illumina Q ILMN 77 372.61 198.21 1524 295.10 8707 320.03 286.14 -18.00 +35.1 ImageSens Q ISNS 6.75 2.50 10 5.52 41 5.85 5.52 -.12 +87.1tImax Corp N IMAX 26.70 18.98 1541 20.00 5286 22.85 18.85 -2.45 -13.6 Immersn h Q IMMR 5 17.71 5.76 179 9.26 856 9.87 9.16 -.40 +31.2 ImmuCell Q ICCC 90 9.30 6.50 1 8.13 9 8.44 7.77 -.10 -7.5tImmuneDs Q IMDZ 5.50 1.39 484 1.43 3001 1.73 1.37 -.23 -63.3 ImunoGn Q IMGN 13.41 4.80 2778 5.89 21136 7.29 5.82 -1.54 -8.1 Imunmd Q IMMU 27.33 8.68 1220 22.49 10989 24.15 21.11 -1.46 +39.2 Immuron n Q IMRN 16.70 4.73 7 7.40 23 8.49 7.11 -1.61 +39.9 Immutep Q IMMP 4.21 1.25 33 3.01 362 3.31 2.70 -.22 +91.7tImpacMtg A IMH 13.80 5.54 12 5.23 164 6.54 5.23 -1.07 -48.5 ImpOil g A IMO .57 1.8 63 34.56 25.91 253 31.74 1889 33.58 31.23 -1.70 +1.8 Imperva Q IMPV 57.65 37.17 1799 55.33 7131 55.54 55.16 +.03 +39.4 Impinj n Q PI 36.50 9.95 409 18.00 1593 20.99 17.35 -2.03 -20.1sImprimisP Q IMMY 4.43 1.35 551 4.22 3310 4.43 3.35 +.89 +148.2 IncOpR A IOR 25 14.25 9.26 11.53 1 11.53 11.34 +.04 +4.1 Incyte Q INCY 117.95 60.23 1625 63.95 9151 67.55 60.68 -2.11 -32.5 IndCDrillg N ICD 5.48 2.72 319 4.05 733 4.47 3.94 -.33 +1.8 IndepHld N IHC .25f .7 15 39.85 26.50 2 36.00 33 36.75 35.70 -.24 +31.1 IndepRT N IRT .78a 7.9 20 10.63 8.26 769 9.88 2654 10.03 9.55 +.05 -2.1 IndBkMA Q INDB 1.52 2.0 20 95.00 66.85 124 75.98 684 83.44 73.24 -5.92 +8.8tIndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.8 17 27.10 21.26 179 21.48 776 23.55 21.14 -1.99 -3.9tIndepBkTX Q IBTX .56 1.0 13 79.00 52.71 269 55.53 2293 60.00 52.71 -4.02 -17.9tIndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 2.3 28.74 20.06 108 19.93 474 20.83 19.66 -.76 -23.7 IndiaGCap A IGC 14.58 .36 2408 2.49 29384 3.39 2.16 -.69 +149.0 IndoTel s N TLK .67 32.51 21.75 238 24.02 1322 24.99 23.35 -.56 -25.5 IndusAcq n Q INDU 11.74 9.68 115 10.21 4283 10.24 10.18 -.01 +4.7 IndSvAm lf Q IDSA 2.70 1.45 1 2.01 57 2.17 2.01 -.08 +22.6 IndLogis n Q ILPT .60e 71 24.70 17.21 432 21.98 1458 22.35 21.19 +.61 -5.9tIndBach N IBA .87e 1.8 64.44 46.51 21 47.93 90 49.96 46.51 -2.01 -16.4tInnera Q INFN 12.39 5.62 5004 5.36 15670 6.26 5.33 -.81 -15.3 InnityPh Q INFI 2.92 1.65 237 2.16 1567 2.59 2.01 -.39 +6.4 InflaRx n Q IFRX 70 42.83 14.47 3 32.25 81 35.00 31.46 -.93 +53.9 InfoSvcs Q III .20f 4.9 5 5.45 3.83 38 4.10 265 4.23 4.06 -.01 -1.7 Infosys s N INFY 16 10.65 7.08 8647 9.02 49337 9.58 8.85 -.47 InfrREIT n N HIFR 1.00 4.8 17 23.12 17.60 815 20.99 5955 21.13 20.95 -.04 +13.0 InfrEnAlt Q IEA 11.27 8.25 60 10.13 246 10.75 10.02 -.44 +2.1 InfuSystem A INFU 3.60 1.90 5 3.09 31 3.24 3.09 -.06 +34.3 IngerRd N IR 2.12 2.2 22 105.76 79.63 2055 94.32 15230 96.80 89.75 +.49 +5.8 Ingevity N NGVT 106.59 66.57 352 86.73 1888 90.00 82.40 -1.90 +23.1 InglesMk h Q IMKTA .66 2.1 13 37.65 22.63 173 31.00 586 33.90 30.50 -1.04 -10.4tIngredion N INGR 2.50f 2.6 13 146.28 89.48 705 97.76 4642 103.36 89.48 -4.84 -30.1 InnerWkgs Q INWK 20 11.53 5.90 123 6.90 680 7.57 6.90 -.35 -31.2sInnodata Q INOD 1.54 .88 9 1.48 97 1.54 1.40 -.02 +8.8tInnophos Q IPHS 1.92 6.3 27 50.40 29.19 98 30.68 827 34.26 29.19 -3.45 -34.3 Innospec Q IOSP .88f 1.3 26 83.20 60.50 80 65.91 310 68.85 63.41 -1.95 -6.6 InnovBio rs Q INNT 50.50 3.43 303 4.45 1685 5.20 4.18 -.58 -27.0 InnovInd n N IIPR 1.40f 3.4 49.74 18.06 129 41.43 906 42.01 39.45 +1.15 +28.2 InnoInd pfA N IIPRpA 29.50 25.50 2 27.33 12 28.21 27.00 -.42 -2.2tInnovSolu Q ISSC 10 3.80 2.36 26 2.43 54 2.45 2.36 -.01 -17.4tInnvBuf n N BOCT 24.61 23.08 8 23.09 612 23.92 22.94 -.73 -5.8tInnvPwB n N POCT 25.01 23.42 8 23.52 137 24.05 23.42 -.45 -4.3tInnvUltB n N UOCT 24.58 23.60 127 23.61 261 23.99 23.44 -.40 -3.7 Innoviva Q INVA 1.00 6.7 14 17.99 11.47 965 14.90 4927 15.81 14.78 -.78 +5.0 Innsuites A IHT .01 .7 3.70 1.24 0 1.44 2 1.55 1.43 -.10 -17.7 Inogen Q INGN 287.79 94.02 397 187.12 1894 205.34 179.12 -8.26 +57.1 Inovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.18 8.90 268 9.93 1574 10.15 9.55 +.12 -33.8 InovioPhm Q INO 6.30 3.64 745 5.04 4894 5.64 4.79 -.40 +22.0 Inphi N IPHI 19 44.25 23.65 328 31.91 2522 33.95 30.57 -1.12 -12.8 Inpixon rs Q INPX 16.44 .10 3296 .23 25647 .26 .19 -.01 -96.4 InseegoCp Q INSG 4.49 1.26 512 3.44 1688 3.69 3.30 -.10 +113.7 InsightEnt Q NSIT 17 56.86 32.11 159 48.32 842 49.46 46.85 +.50 +26.2 InsightS n N INSI .80 4.5 20.84 17.58 22 17.80 113 17.98 17.75 -.20 -10.6 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.40 1.03 11 1.80 53 1.80 1.65 +.04 +51.3tInsmed Q INSM 33.94 14.41 717 15.85 3994 16.63 14.41 -.56 -49.2 Insperity s N NSP .80 .7 35 121.15 46.18 305 107.42 1566 111.75 103.21 -.18 +87.3 InsprMed n N INSP 57.87 22.50 121 40.00 537 42.55 37.01 -.57 +60.1 InspEnt Q INSE 13.05 4.40 17 6.99 63 8.00 6.42 -.50 -28.7tInstlldBPd N IBP 16 79.40 29.59 284 29.94 2015 32.05 29.50 -.78 -60.6 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .5 16 43.78 24.51 196 26.20 1018 28.08 25.84 -.67 -7.5 Instructre n N INST 49.18 29.48 1087 31.60 3390 33.34 30.78 -.24 -4.5 Insulet Q PODD 108.91 56.62 670 84.03 3369 89.95 80.44 -4.16 +21.8 InsysTher s Q INSY 14.00 4.10 257 7.63 2124 9.09 7.36 -1.28 -20.7 IntecPhm n Q NTEC 8.55 3.55 294 6.00 1406 6.10 4.83 +.88 +16.5 IntegerHl N ITGR 84.20 42.50 153 72.11 824 75.40 70.38 -2.12 +59.2 IntegLfSc s Q IART 69 67.50 41.51 536 61.05 2169 63.44 60.09 -1.53 +27.6 IntgDv Q IDTI 48 47.45 26.96 2487 46.17 14028 47.04 45.85 -.74 +55.3 IntegMed n Q IMTE 44.00 1.85 23 6.55 59 7.77 6.50 -1.18 +16.3 Intel Q INTC 1.20 2.6 17 57.60 40.40 67247 45.69 228141 46.44 42.36 +1.69 -1.0 Intellia n Q NTLA 35.99 16.33 755 19.85 3343 22.38 18.84 -2.34 +3.3 Intellichk A IDN 3.18 1.50 18 2.38 62 2.54 2.20 -.16 -7.2 IntellgSys A INS 14.98 3.77 12 9.65 42 10.57 9.35 -.57 +111.6 Intelsat N I 37.70 2.44 5421 28.59 18357 36.00 28.13 -6.02 +743.4 IntParfum Q IPAR .84 1.5 37 67.50 41.30 55 57.60 317 60.01 54.22 +1.48 +32.6 InterXion N INXN 68.95 51.02 735 57.75 2182 61.25 57.14 -3.17 -2.0 InterceptP Q ICPT 133.74 51.05 430 89.56 3245 97.03 85.68 -6.16 +53.3 IntcntlExc s N ICE .88e 1.2 17 78.48 64.91 4018 73.74 16321 74.71 72.60 -.55 +4.5tIntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 50.84 238 52.16 873 53.16 50.84 -1.28 -17.9tInterDig Q IDCC 1.40 2.0 12 85.85 69.33 238 70.03 1726 73.15 69.13 -1.87 -8.0tInterface Q TILE .26 1.6 17 26.25 17.47 848 16.51 2931 19.88 16.45 -3.07 -34.4 Intergroup Q INTG 39.35 21.30 30.65 2 31.76 30.65 -3.88 +28.6 IntlnkEl n Q LINK 51 7.74 2.50 0 3.60 5 3.86 3.45 -.15 -31.0tIntermolec Q IMI 1.98 .90 18 1.02 298 1.10 .90 +.02 -25.5tInternap rs Q INAP 19.76 8.13 538 8.87 3828 9.17 8.13 -.08 -43.5 IntlBcsh Q IBOC .66 1.7 14 47.95 36.65 199 37.88 1500 40.07 36.98 -2.10 -4.6tIBM N IBM 6.28f 5.0 9 171.13 125.14 8758 124.79 37575 131.90 123.71 -4.31 -18.7 IntFlav N IFF 2.92f 2.1 38 157.40 122.11 1122 140.13 4770 141.06 136.50 +1.01 -8.2tIntlGmeT n N IGT .80 4.8 31.00 15.02 3427 16.74 23336 17.55 15.02 +.14 -36.9 IntMonEx n Q IMXI 13.20 9.06 10 11.90 216 12.30 11.60 -.31 +20.0tIntPap N IP 1.90 4.2 15 66.94 39.60 8572 44.85 29523 45.51 39.60 +2.61 -22.6 IntlSeaw n N INSW 24.78 15.23 97 20.44 449 21.43 19.64 -1.07 +10.7 IntlSpdw Q ISCA .47f 1.3 7 49.95 35.12 177 36.96 916 37.45 35.78 -.06 -7.3 IntTower g A THM .78 .29 74 .53 294 .59 .51 -.01 +23.3 IntrntGold Q IGLD 10.91 2.11 0 2.19 14 2.29 2.14 +.08 -74.1 IntrntInitJ Q IIJI .12e 1.3 12.50 8.90 5 9.17 15 9.58 9.10 -.45 +.7 IntrpDia rs Q IDXG 1 1.78 .77 254 1.30 1241 1.44 1.24 -.06 +27.5 Interpublic N IPG .84 3.7 15 26.01 18.30 4415 22.87 31331 25.10 22.77 -1.78 +13.4 IntersENT Q XENT 42.95 25.15 213 26.67 2769 28.59 26.07 -1.41 -17.7 Intersectns Q INTX 3.11 1.29 6 1.65 45 1.86 1.65 -.19 -27.0 IntstP pfD N IPLpD 1.28 5.2 26.55 23.42 3 24.42 23 25.00 24.05 +.42 -4.2 inTestCorp A INTT 12 9.79 5.75 16 7.21 87 7.67 7.02 -.20 -16.6tIntevac Q IVAC 88 9.15 4.21 52 4.38 273 4.53 4.21 -.12 -36.1 IntraCellu Q ITCI 25.82 13.93 174 17.04 2217 18.38 15.65 -1.17 +17.7 IntPotash N IPI 5.31 3.12 745 3.31 3265 3.74 3.19 -.31 -30.5 Intrexon Q XON 20.49 10.26 1152 11.74 8238 14.10 11.13 -2.21 +1.9 IntriCon Q IIN 76.80 10.40 249 41.77 1188 47.00 39.44 -3.15 +111.0 Intuit Q INTU 1.88f .9 45 231.84 145.83 1399 202.02 7875 214.64 199.55 -9.08 +28.0 IntSurg s Q ISRG 71 581.12 359.75 1135 486.89 5755 513.58 475.44 -17.37 +33.4tInuvo A INUV 1.12 .44 222 .44 359 .54 .43 -.07 -45.7tInvacare N IVC .05 .4 20.00 12.83 307 13.50 1406 14.19 12.83 -.66 -19.9 Invesco24 n N IHTA 10.33 8.28 16 9.22 73 9.42 9.22 -.19 -10.6 InvHiIn23 n N IHIT 10.30 9.53 36 9.99 228 10.00 9.95 +.03 +2.0 InvAdvMu2 A VKI .78 7.9 11.59 9.83 123 9.91 428 10.06 9.90 -.12 -12.9tInBLDR As Q ADRA .72e 2.5 37.70 29.10 2 29.26 7 30.33 28.83 -.65 -15.3tInBLDR Dv Q ADRD .72e 3.5 25.31 20.49 4 20.48 32 21.20 20.33 -.85 -13.0tInBLDR Em Q ADRE .60e 1.6 48.92 36.46 4 37.35 45 38.74 36.46 -.50 -13.4tInBLDR Eu Q ADRU .78e 3.9 24.65 19.87 2 19.92 3 20.24 19.87 -.78 -13.0 Inv Bond N VBF .83a 4.9 20.18 16.97 75 17.05 231 17.38 17.05 -.27 -14.3tInvCAVal N VCV .79 7.1 13.11 11.16 92 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.7 20.45 17.81 20.40 +5.5 InvBuybk Q PKW .52e .9 63.49 54.56 422 55.81 686 58.54 55.18 -2.54 -5.4 PSR2KEqW N EQWS .41e .9 46.19 40.43 46.03 +6.0 InvNasIntn Q PNQI 147.75 110.42 93 115.65 454 122.03 113.70 -4.31 -.1 InvSmMid Q PRFZ 1.30e 1.0 146.46 121.23 123 125.89 732 131.54 123.84 -4.82 -3.1tInvBasMat Q PYZ .61e 1.0 75.26 58.06 49 58.20 72 61.88 57.96 -3.30 -17.6 Inv CnsCyc Q PEZ .30e .6 60.42 47.36 3 50.30 28 53.65 49.76 -3.40 InvTechM Q PTF .26e .5 68.67 50.81 34 54.29 88 57.33 53.42 -1.81 +3.0 InvDWA M Q PDP .11e .2 60.23 49.44 183 51.74 732 54.35 50.95 -2.29 +.2tInvInds Q PRN .19e .3 66.55 54.19 2 54.60 32 57.22 54.07 -2.21 -10.4 InvHlthcr Q PTH 99.51 66.22 34 79.88 288 84.76 77.22 -5.11 +10.8 tInv Fincl Q PFI .14e .5 37.29 30.56 18 30.76 46 32.27 30.38 -1.54 -12.4 InvEngy Q PXI .69e 1.9 46.64 33.75 8 36.88 174 40.23 36.15 -3.43 -6.6 InvCnsStp Q PSL .67e 1.0 73.71 60.74 11 69.20 184 70.95 68.43 -1.30 +6.3 In1-30TrII Q PLW .72 2.3 33.07 30.37 10 30.76 95 30.78 30.47 +.18 -6.2 InSC InfoII Q PSCT .08e .1 89.80 71.36 43 73.21 108 76.82 71.44 -2.55 -4.2 InSC Ind II Q PSCI .40e .6 76.19 59.70 88 62.07 198 65.18 60.76 -2.29 -3.8 InSC HCrII Q PSCH 145.25 88.83 613 120.87 1146 127.32 118.61 -5.33 +22.7 InSC FinII Q PSCF .97e 1.7 60.55 50.44 1006 52.17 1050 53.83 51.24 -1.55 -4.3tInSC EgyII Q PSCE .14e 1.1 18.77 13.10 41 13.32 118 14.77 12.95 -1.45 -13.5 InSC CnS II Q PSCC 1.34e 1.7 87.16 65.00 3 79.53 32 81.17 78.55 -1.34 +6.3 InSC CnDsII Q PSCD .35e .6 72.14 53.58 3 60.75 29 61.28 59.64 +.46 -.7 PS USA SC n N PBSM 27.92 24.80 27.92 +5.0 InLadR0-5 II Q LDRI .58 2.4 25.04 24.34 1 24.50 5 24.55 24.39 -.01 -1.5 PS LowVol N XRLV .46 1.3 36.20 32.24 34.25 +.9tInKBWRg II Q KBWR .79e 1.6 61.23 47.65 18 48.80 115 51.45 47.65 -2.45 -12.9 InP&CInsII Q KBWP .69e 1.1 65.50 57.50 7 58.58 31 61.10 57.75 -2.24 -1.4 InKbwReit Q KBWY 1.55 5.0 37.66 29.75 80 31.18 346 32.08 30.86 -.59 -11.9tInKbwHiD II Q KBWD 1.48 7.0 24.26 21.08 63 21.26 314 21.68 21.02 -.42 -10.0tIn KBWBkII Q KBWB .58e 1.2 60.38 48.33 312 48.92 5829 51.62 48.33 -2.53 -11.1tInIntByb II Q IPKW .29e 1.0 40.14 30.42 35 30.45 245 31.76 30.03 -1.33 -19.0tInGlbWtII Q PIO .34e 1.5 27.16 23.22 12 23.37 44 23.81 23.07 -.61 -10.3 PS SPX HiD N SPHD 1.30 3.2 43.25 38.14 40.38 -4.8 InGlGoldII Q PSAU .10e .6 21.02 14.29 12 15.74 298 16.77 15.69 -.78 -19.9tInGlbAgrII Q PAGG .74e 2.9 28.90 25.20 2 25.28 3 25.91 24.84 -1.30 -7.7tIn IntlLB II Q IDLB 32.01 26.71 2 26.37 13 27.65 26.32 -1.30 -12.5tInDWATcR II Q DWTR 32.23 26.32 27 26.23 72 27.71 25.80 -1.27 -7.2tInTactII Q DWIN 1.18 4.9 27.36 24.17 17 24.29 40 24.48 24.17 -.14 -9.6 In SmCMoII Q DWAS .07e .1 59.52 45.78 262 48.28 448 50.73 47.10 -1.99 -.9tInDWA MoII Q DWLV 34.27 29.41 9 29.46 61 30.63 29.14 -1.09 -12.0tInEmMomII Q PIE .12e .8 22.22 15.68 110 15.81 643 16.42 15.61 -.47 -23.1tInDevMoII Q PIZ .26e 1.1 29.70 23.83 63 23.88 283 24.91 23.58 -1.07 -13.6 InvHiInc2 N VLT 1.24 9.2 15.04 13.00 32 13.50 120 13.53 13.30 +.18 -8.2 Invsco iim N IIM .84 6.3 14.98 13.09 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.8 22 29.90 20.35 278 23.35 349 25.73 22.53 -1.40 -3.0sInvTech N ITG .28 1.0 28.45 17.63 654 26.82 1889 28.45 26.11 -.91 +39.3tInvestBncp Q ISBC .44f 4.0 16 14.69 10.27 3835 10.89 17329 11.28 10.27 -.36 -21.5 InvRlEst N IRET .28 5.3 5 6.00 4.05 312 5.33 1682 5.54 5.25 -.13 +6.8 InvRlE pfC N IRETpC 1.66 6.9 26.08 22.29 24.08 6 24.42 23.98 +.07 -7.4tInvTitl Q ITIC 1.60a 1.0 13 221.88 156.00 10 163.00 32 166.25 156.00 +4.80 -17.8 Invitae n N NVTA 18.38 4.35 741 12.65 4622 13.45 12.23 -.21 +39.3 InvitHm n N INVH .44 2.0 24.30 20.25 1832 21.86 10261 22.19 21.50 -.03 -7.3tInVivoTh rs Q NVIV 37.50 1.85 252 2.01 3523 2.75 1.85 -.39 -89.6 IonisPhm Q IONS 64.90 39.07 955 47.77 7435 50.09 44.60 +2.58 -5.0 IovanceTh Q IOVA 19.90 6.60 3404 9.00 13595 10.20 8.99 -.89 +12.5 iPBetaCmd N BCM 32.00 25.55 7 29.30 17 29.58 29.02 -.23 +.2 iPBetaCoff N CAFE 12.00 10.35 10.48 -7.8 iPBetaCrOil N OLEM 23.25 15.37 1 21.23 2 21.23 21.07 -.59 +19.9 iPTr5yBear Q DFVS 39.58 29.29 37.95 13 38.63 37.79 -.56 +19.7 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IturanLoc Q ITRN .96 2.8 18 38.00 29.25 14 33.80 132 34.45 32.63 -.57 -1.2tIvyHiInOp N IVH 1.50a 11.3 15.92 13.47 137 13.26 400 13.69 13.14 -.39 -12.3 IvyNxFoc ef Q IVFGC 100.02 100.02 100.02 IzeaWrldwd Q IZEA 7.60 .80 205 1.56 1405 1.70 1.50 -.06 -65.5J -:sJ&J Snack Q JJSF 1.80 1.2 24 161.82 125.98 51 154.51 323 161.82 152.55 +.71 +1.8 JAlexHld n N JAX 22 13.40 8.70 60 10.26 590 10.85 10.17 -.60 +5.8 JJill n N JILL 4 9.62 4.17 163 4.88 948 5.24 4.84 -.28 -37.4 j2Global Q JCOM 1.70f 2.4 25 91.58 70.27 390 72.33 1679 75.16 71.43 -1.17 -3.6 JBG Smth n N JBGS .90 2.4 38.91 30.79 507 37.10 5027 37.80 36.50 +.31 +6.8tJD.com Q JD 12 50.68 21.69 18079 22.58 87876 24.11 21.58 -.43 -45.5 JMP Gp27 n N JMPD 25.62 24.11 25.20 8 25.29 25.10 +.06 -.3 JMP Grp N JMP .36 7.3 71 5.78 4.80 76 4.95 242 5.14 4.80 -.12 -11.6 JMP Gp 23 N JMPB 2.00 7.9 25.94 25.10 3 25.41 13 25.46 25.28 +.08 +.5 JMU Ltd rs Q JMU 7.95 1.01 195 1.19 1229 1.59 1.10 -.54 -76.7 JPMCh pfE N JPMpE 1.58 6.1 27.10 25.33 110 25.64 254 25.94 25.64 -.31 -5.2tJPMDvsRt N JPGE .96e 1.7 68.02 55.87 101 55.64 146 58.35 55.36 -2.67 -11.0tJPMIntEq N JPIN 1.08e 2.1 63.18 52.16 211 52.24 999 54.55 51.62 -2.21 -13.0tJPMDvREm N JPEM 1.31p 64.42 49.89 14 50.28 163 51.87 49.80 -1.12 -13.8 JPM DREq N JPUS .26p 75.76 66.68 67 68.31 272 71.09 67.67 -2.63 -3.1 JPM DivInt N JPIH 30.89 27.59 28.24 1 28.95 28.24 -.80 -5.9tJPMDsfEu N JPEU 64.34 52.81 0 52.58 2 54.21 52.58 -1.96 -12.9 JPM DivEu N JPEH 29.77 26.58 27.17 3 27.17 26.86 -.47 -3.9tJPM Val n N JVAL 27.44 24.84 4 24.55 16 25.51 24.44 -1.07 -5.9 JPM Qual n N JQUA 28.56 24.85 5 26.01 22 26.86 25.81 -.85 -.3 JPM Mom n N JMOM 28.75 24.95 2 25.76 25 26.65 25.20 -.78 +.5 JPM MinV n N JMIN 27.70 24.93 26.22 3 26.22 26.01 -.32 +1.7 JPM US Dv N JDIV 26.85 24.18 1 24.49 6 25.39 24.49 -.81 -7.6tJPM DivAlt N JPHF 28.92 23.60 35 23.93 162 24.36 23.60 -.23 -8.6tJPM FutSt n N JPMF 25.34 23.56 1 23.54 4 23.71 23.54 -.04 -6.4 JPM UlSh n N JPST 51.03 48.88 885 50.25 8138 50.25 50.20 +.04 +.4 JPM SCap n N JPSE 33.38 27.51 13 29.07 164 30.29 28.71 -.96 -2.1 JPM GlB n N JPGB 52.08 47.21 2 49.74 112 49.85 49.59 -.12 -2.8 JPM Evnt n N JPED 26.56 24.55 24.84 1 24.84 24.63 -.83 -1.5tJPM Disc n N JPHY 52.80 48.95 21 48.89 156 49.31 48.88 -.39 -4.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 11 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 2018

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-4.7 LianlouSm Q LLIT 3.69 1.33 4 1.75 34 1.98 1.72 -.25 -.2 Libbey A LBY .47 6.4 11.54 4.60 94 7.35 543 7.57 6.78 +.35 -2.3 LbtyASE N USA .72e 12.2 6.87 5.62 1467 5.88 7310 6.34 5.77 -.43 -6.7tLbtyASG N ASG .38e 7.6 7.71 5.03 148 5.03 707 5.93 5.02 -.83 -9.2 LibBrdbdA Q LBRDA 98.53 67.75 263 76.59 744 84.15 74.06 -6.78 -9.9 LibBrdbdC Q LBRDK 99.68 68.33 1448 76.65 5271 84.13 73.95 -6.61 -10.0 LibExpA n Q LEXEA 56.82 35.89 516 42.36 1947 43.54 39.96 +.63 -4.4 LibExpB n Q LEXEB 50.51 39.17 40.29 0 40.29 40.29 -7.76 -10.5tLibtyGlobA Q LBTYA 39.73 23.59 3575 24.01 13214 26.22 23.17 -2.00 -33.0 LibtyGlobB Q LBTYB 39.00 25.75 26.85 0 26.85 26.85 -.33 -24.5tLibtyGlobC Q LBTYK 37.86 23.08 5434 23.39 17675 25.60 22.56 -1.95 -30.9tLibLA A n Q LILA 24.00 17.23 192 17.18 1371 19.19 16.88 -1.56 -20.4tLibLA C n Q LILAK 23.92 17.13 626 17.21 3332 18.79 16.75 -1.33 -19.5tLibMSirA n Q LSXMA 48.57 38.60 530 38.63 3111 42.33 38.54 -3.36 -2.6 LibMSirB n Q LSXMB 49.94 38.62 43.21 0 -2.9 LibMSirC n Q LSXMK 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1.82 304 1.88 1.78 +.01 -18.0tLightbrdg rs Q LTBR 4.80 .82 76 .89 689 .00 .82 -.07 -27.0 LightInBox N LITB 3.46 .66 37 .95 283 1.05 .84 +.07 -58.6tLilisEn n A LLEX 6.30 2.93 848 2.86 3747 3.53 2.80 -.42 -44.0tLimbach n Q LMB 15.22 9.25 19 9.32 112 10.71 9.00 -1.18 -32.6 LimelghtN Q LLNW 6.05 3.69 718 3.93 5902 4.50 3.83 -.32 -10.9 LimestBcp Q LMST 17.65 11.91 1 15.05 12 15.88 15.03 -.85 +5.1 Limoneira Q LMNR .25 1.0 19 33.42 19.62 123 25.00 498 25.23 24.03 +.20 +11.6 LincEdSv Q LINC .08 3.7 2.54 1.49 10 2.14 45 2.14 1.87 +.14 +5.9tLincElec Q LECO 1.88 2.4 21 101.34 75.70 655 76.85 3416 83.80 75.07 -5.91 -16.1tLincNat N LNC 1.32 2.3 8 86.68 58.37 2012 57.88 9587 64.80 57.55 -6.12 -24.7 LindbladEx Q LIND 70 15.88 8.66 45 13.25 600 13.64 12.93 -.29 +35.3 Lindsay N LNN 1.24 1.3 46 105.00 83.57 124 92.09 674 93.60 88.34 -1.50 +4.4tLineCp n N LN 47.81 29.33 192 29.99 844 36.49 29.33 -5.66 -26.8tLionsGat A N LGF/A .36 1.9 36.48 18.98 992 19.06 6390 22.32 18.98 -3.15 -43.6tLionsGat B N LGF/B .36 2.0 34.41 17.68 417 17.77 3267 20.91 17.68 -3.03 -44.0 Lipocine Q LPCN 4.01 1.03 127 1.31 642 1.36 1.06 +.10 -61.9 LiqTech A LIQT 1.91 .26 1459 1.40 8862 1.52 1.09 +.03 +146.5 LiquidTch n Q LQDA 38.46 10.52 74 20.70 281 27.07 17.10 -6.28 +86.5 Liquidity Q LQDT 8.00 4.34 61 6.00 329 6.19 5.45 +.48 +23.7tLithiaMot N LAD 1.16 1.3 11 127.99 72.85 485 90.57 4890 91.83 72.85 +16.67 -20.3tLittelfuse Q LFUS 1.72f 1.0 34 238.11 167.38 260 167.60 1136 179.81 165.54 -7.67 -15.3 LivaNova n Q LIVN 39 131.54 72.30 658 114.50 2224 115.51 108.89 +.91 +43.3 LiveNatn N LYV 55.26 35.94 1374 50.06 5992 52.82 48.32 -1.62 +17.6tLiveOakB n Q LOB .12 .6 7 32.95 19.24 435 18.72 2146 22.97 18.65 -4.06 -21.5 LiveVent rs Q LIVE 26.50 6.53 20 7.15 39 7.76 6.83 -.74 -55.3 LiveRamp N RAMP 89 51.51 18.60 1381 45.45 4745 47.28 44.16 -.88 +64.9tLiveXLve n Q LIVX 11.11 2.52 55 2.94 185 3.00 2.52 +.17 -26.5 LivePrsn Q LPSN 27.40 10.80 388 20.97 1972 21.53 20.24 +.33 +82.3tLloydBkg N LYG .47a 16.5 4.21 2.81 5983 2.87 55815 2.95 2.81 -.02 -23.5 LoanDpt n N LDI LockhdM N LMT 8.80f 2.9 37 363.00 291.52 1910 305.05 11485 334.77 301.66 -23.09 -5.0tLoews N L .25 .6 13 53.59 44.78 1816 45.20 7380 47.31 44.78 -1.80 -9.7tLogicBio n Q LOGC 12.91 7.26 55 8.58 460 12.22 7.26 -2.92 -25.4 Logitech Q LOGI .63e 1.8 26 49.96 32.66 311 35.20 2704 40.18 34.10 -3.85 +4.6tLogMeIn Q LOGM 1.20 1.4 76 134.80 74.87 3552 84.11 7528 87.50 74.87 +3.08 -26.5 LomaNeg n N LOMA 10 26.89 6.36 350 8.61 1749 8.81 8.01 +.20 -62.6 LoneRs n Q LONE 11.24 3.13 154 7.50 855 9.03 7.39 -1.39 +88.9 LongAcq un Q LOACU 10.99 10.00 0 10.15 6 10.22 10.15 -.07 +.2 LongAcq rt Q LOACR 4.40 .39 .58 4 .58 .40 +.08 +45.0 LoopInd n Q LOOP 19.00 8.01 15 9.75 119 9.90 9.02 +.25 -32.7 LoralSpac Q LORL 49.50 36.85 59 43.00 243 45.04 40.92 -1.71 -2.4tLaPac N LPX .13p 9 32.16 21.34 2832 21.42 14724 22.67 20.94 -.38 -18.4tLovesac n Q LOVE 28.88 16.46 131 19.00 697 21.56 16.46 -2.42 -20.8 Lowes N LOW 1.92f 2.0 20 117.70 75.36 6600 93.78 27909 100.71 93.10 -5.33 +.9 LoxoOncol Q LOXO 208.95 71.45 246 152.91 1916 165.25 145.00 -7.07 +81.6tLubys N LUB 3.20 1.40 1453 1.26 1698 1.48 1.17 -.21 -52.4 lululemn gs Q LULU 61 164.79 59.93 1712 134.82 9450 140.97 133.13 -1.95 +71.5tLumberLiq N LL 36.85 12.06 775 12.64 4302 13.15 12.06 +.32 -59.7 Lumentm n Q LITE 8 74.40 41.95 1402 55.52 11858 63.95 53.44 -6.56 +13.5 Luminex Q LMNX .24 .9 36 35.37 18.62 197 27.58 973 28.68 26.31 -.83 +40.0 LunaInn h Q LUNA 4.32 1.47 29 3.15 154 3.42 3.10 -.06 +29.6tLuthBur n Q LBC .23 2.3 13.60 9.23 189 9.81 630 10.22 9.23 -18.5 Luxoft N LXFT 20 59.05 31.50 88 40.73 742 43.43 40.12 -2.14 -26.9tLydall N LDL 10 60.00 30.70 113 30.46 561 32.84 29.81 -2.02 -40.0tLyonBas A N LYB 4.00 4.5 7 121.95 86.41 3359 89.23 17850 94.49 86.41 -4.36 -19.1M -:tM&T Bk N MTB 4.00f 2.5 16 197.37 154.33 1131 158.53 5979 164.49 154.33 -4.10 -7.3 M&TBk pfA N MTBp 63.75 6.3 1090.00 1009.50 0 1020.00 0 -6.4 M&TBk pfC N MTBpC 63.75 6.3 1055.00 1010.00 1014.11 0 -1.5tMACOM Q MTSI 41.44 13.48 934 13.59 5055 15.27 13.07 -1.21 -58.2 MAG Slv g A MAG 12.78 7.04 357 7.30 1528 8.08 7.30 -.80 -40.9tMAM Soft Q MAMS 28 9.42 6.73 2 7.23 14 7.58 6.68 -.30 -3.7 MB Fncl Q MBFI .96 2.2 18 51.59 39.15 677 42.89 3240 43.74 39.39 -.68 -3.7 MB Fin pfC Q MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 8 24.98 56 24.98 24.76 +.16 -5.0 MBIA N MBI 11.62 6.04 660 9.75 4875 10.24 9.48 -.29 +33.2 MBT Fnl Q MBTF .40 3.5 17 12.49 9.43 59 11.39 306 11.75 10.81 -.07 +7.5 MCBC n Q MCFT 14 39.50 20.13 227 29.58 1050 34.92 29.28 -4.68 +33.1tMDC N MDC 1.20 4.3 10 35.18 25.14 675 27.95 3354 28.51 25.14 +1.18 -12.3tMDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 35.9 1 12.26 2.36 561 2.34 3148 2.74 2.28 -.25 -76.0 MDU Res N MDU .79 3.1 21 29.62 24.29 923 25.39 5236 26.53 25.13 -.70 -5.5 MEI Phrm Q MEIP 5.14 1.79 329 3.30 1413 3.77 3.22 -.45 +57.1 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 6.45 .99 48 1.62 620 1.85 1.58 -.23 -23.2 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 11.6 9 8.72 6.72 2911 6.88 18243 7.07 6.85 -.15 -13.1 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.8 26.36 25.31 0 25.51 27 25.63 25.44 +.08 -3.2 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.5 25.88 23.96 14 24.91 75 24.93 24.59 +.13 -1.6tMFC Bcp N MFCB 9.40 4.67 24 4.41 68 5.42 4.31 -.92 -43.4 MFS CAMu A CCA .60 6.0 12.07 9.79 5 9.92 39 10.00 9.87 -.02 -13.8 MCR N MCR .72a 9.6 8.67 7.37 173 7.50 617 7.61 7.41 -.09 -11.6 MGF N MGF .41 9.4 4.95 4.32 40 4.35 1036 4.37 4.33 -.02 -9.2tMFS HInM N CXE .30 6.3 5.51 4.73 59 4.77 286 4.80 4.73 +.01 -8.9tMFS HYMu N CMU .28 6.4 4.86 4.34 89 4.30 311 4.38 4.28 -.08 -6.9tMFS IHI N CIF .25 10.4 3.02 2.45 194 2.38 400 2.51 2.31 -.13 -19.0 MIN N MIN .42 11.4 4.25 3.64 269 3.71 2367 3.72 3.64 +.04 -10.6 MFS InvG N CXH .50 5.8 9.94 8.56 26 8.74 93 8.78 8.59 +.15 -10.0tMMT N MMT .52 9.9 6.22 5.21 234 5.23 1037 5.31 5.21 -.06 -13.8tMFM N MFM .38 6.2 7.11 6.09 85 6.17 509 6.25 6.09 -.02 -10.2 MFV N MFV .58 10.7 6.84 5.34 31 5.41 56 5.56 5.35 -.10 -8.5 MGE Engy Q MGEE 1.35 2.2 28 68.05 51.05 47 62.01 348 64.33 61.35 -1.20 -1.7 MGIC Inv N MTG 8 16.21 9.97 3332 11.65 24753 12.67 11.39 -.80 -17.4 MGMGrPr n N MGP 1.75f 6.4 31.61 25.31 364 27.41 3188 28.66 27.22 -.87 -6.0tMGM Rsts N MGM .48 1.9 7 38.41 24.17 8666 24.94 47835 26.98 24.17 -1.71 -25.3 MGP Ing Q MGPI .32a .5 41 99.73 61.83 256 67.73 967 76.58 66.46 -8.21 -11.9tMI Homes N MHO 11 37.41 21.30 381 23.59 2446 24.38 21.30 +1.54 -31.4 MICT Inc Q MICT 1.94 .65 45 1.01 678 1.24 1.01 -.04 -9.8tMKS Inst Q MKSI .80 1.1 10 128.28 67.83 610 70.78 4071 76.85 67.83 -3.91 -25.1 MMA Cap Q MMAC 3 30.58 23.70 17 25.30 29 26.03 25.18 -.71 +4.1 MPLX LP N MPLX 2.55f 7.8 30 39.38 31.60 1346 32.57 7000 34.74 32.30 -1.96 -8.2 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 12 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 2018

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21 40.81 28.93 50 32.25 291 33.40 30.66 -.45 -9.7 MacQUtlDv N MFD 1.20 11.7 13.56 10.25 25 10.25 128 10.61 10.25 -.34 -17.5tMacQGInf N MGU 1.48 7.5 26.29 19.82 72 19.70 300 20.71 19.62 -.98 -23.6 Macatawa Q MCBC .24 2.2 19 12.92 9.52 53 10.88 212 11.44 10.60 -.10 +8.8tMacerich N MAC 3.00f 5.8 28 69.73 49.41 1256 51.56 4862 52.09 49.41 +.02 -21.5 MackCali N CLI .80 4.0 9 23.45 15.86 376 20.14 2200 20.67 19.96 -.14 -5.7 MackFn Q MFNC .48 3.2 13 17.58 14.50 3 15.11 92 15.95 15.11 -.64 -5.0 Macquarie N MIC 5.24e 13.9 7 70.87 36.20 1022 37.73 6079 42.17 37.65 -4.23 -41.2 MacroGen Q MGNX 32.74 16.12 120 17.42 1228 18.84 16.93 -1.32 -8.3 Macys N M 1.51 4.7 10 41.99 17.41 7822 32.37 36942 33.66 31.40 +.03 +28.5 MadCvCall N MCN .72 9.9 7.94 7.09 197 7.24 770 7.58 7.24 -.29 -6.2 MadSqGd n N MSG 84 330.00 205.22 385 270.93 1366 288.44 264.19 -16.48 +28.5 MadStSec N MSP 1.04 9.1 12.15 10.72 11.48 -2.0 MadrigP rs Q MDGL 325.98 38.82 177 189.17 1163 205.64 170.02 -3.31 +106.1 Magal Q MAGS 6.48 4.20 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96.84 71.65 1429 83.51 8482 84.15 79.47 +2.79 +8.7 Natera n Q NTRA 29.62 8.60 292 20.27 2045 22.06 19.65 -1.09 +125.5 Nathans s Q NATH 1.00a 1.3 48 107.05 60.35 9 75.90 53 82.50 74.06 -3.72 +.5stNatAmUnv Q NAUH .18 24.7 1.87 .40 280 .73 11040 1.87 .40 +.17 -48.7 NatBkHldg N NBHC .56f 1.7 23 41.44 30.33 121 32.71 643 35.58 32.21 -2.50 +.9 NatlBnksh Q NKSH 1.19e 2.7 21 49.75 37.55 6 43.37 50 47.27 41.23 -1.38 -4.6 NatlBevrg Q FIZZ 1.50e 29 127.32 83.78 116 98.87 842 100.69 96.48 +.71 +1.5 NatCineM Q NCMI .68 8.3 82 10.94 5.09 355 8.24 2047 9.16 8.17 -.80 +20.1tNatlCmce n Q NCOM 18 48.60 35.02 35 36.34 227 38.81 35.02 -2.03 -9.7 NatEnrSv n Q NESR 14.38 9.51 14 10.20 138 11.28 9.98 -.29 +2.5 NatFuGas N NFG 1.70f 3.1 17 59.90 48.31 799 55.16 3349 58.60 54.26 -3.08 +.5 NatGenHld Q NGHC .16 .7 18 28.25 18.22 178 24.31 737 25.02 23.25 -.35 +23.8 NatGnH pfA Q NGHCP 1.88 8.1 26.18 22.69 2 23.20 17 23.80 22.79 -.22 -8.2 NatGnH pfB Q NGHCO 1.88 8.2 25.98 22.02 4 22.99 52 23.26 22.80 -.10 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-14.0 NSecGrp Q NSEC .20 1.4 9 18.17 12.69 0 14.00 3 14.55 13.95 -.50 -14.4 NatlStor n N NSA 1.16 4.4 85 32.28 23.10 325 26.46 1491 26.91 25.36 +.74 -2.9 NtStorAf pfA N NSApA 26.30 22.87 7 24.43 83 24.79 23.42 +.62 -6.2 NatlVis n Q EYE 46.63 27.19 378 41.16 2115 42.97 38.93 -.41 +1.4tNatWstnLf Q NWLI .36 .1 9 365.40 266.16 11 267.42 53 285.00 264.90 -16.13 -19.2tNatxIntV n N MVIN 47.10 42.04 0 41.83 35 42.75 41.83 -1.42 -6.2 NaturlAlt Q NAII 9 12.15 9.15 0 9.57 24 9.60 9.36 +.19 -7.1tNatGsSvcs N NGS 54 29.35 17.62 49 18.23 165 19.35 17.50 -.96 -30.4 NatrlGroc N NGVC 46 19.98 4.80 166 17.94 785 19.19 17.53 +.01 +100.9 NatHlTr n Q NHTC .56f 2.5 5 27.23 14.15 16 22.22 125 23.31 21.93 +.16 +46.3 NatRsPt rs N NRP 1.80 5.6 9 37.70 24.06 99 32.22 218 33.67 30.17 -.63 +23.9 NaturesSun Q NATR .40 4.3 13.80 7.55 13 9.21 86 9.75 8.15 +.91 -20.3tNatusMed Q BABY 43 43.60 28.00 620 29.62 2579 31.85 27.69 -1.40 -22.5tNatuzzi N NTZ 2.13 1.18 13 1.23 44 1.25 1.18 +.01 -22.9 Nautilus N NLS 15 17.33 11.30 243 12.67 1089 13.39 12.55 -.32 -5.1 NavideaBio A NAVB .68 .13 176 .22 2543 .28 .21 -.06 -39.6 Nav43 Q JSM 1.50 7.4 25.00 19.64 7 20.14 28 20.49 19.89 -.10 -15.3 Navient Q NAVI .64 5.5 6 15.03 11.54 2488 11.71 12394 13.17 11.60 -.86 -12.1 NavigCons N NCI .05p 19 25.85 15.23 230 21.04 1087 21.84 20.68 -.40 +8.4 NavigatrH N NVGS 13.55 9.25 115 11.14 604 12.34 11.06 -1.09 +13.1 NavgGp s Q NAVG .28 .4 21 71.45 45.80 114 69.20 565 69.70 69.13 -.13 +42.1 NaviosAcq N NNA .08 20.7 1.39 .36 183 .39 2347 .44 .38 -.00 -65.2tNavios pfG N NMpG 2.19 26.4 19.99 7.98 2 8.31 10 9.97 7.85 -.54 -48.7tNavios N NM 1.90 .47 406 .49 3179 .69 .46 -.05 -59.3tNavMH pfH N NMpH 2.16 27.3 18.89 8.00 6 7.90 11 10.00 7.49 -.60 -51.6 NavMMid N NAP 2.00f 78.7 10.40 2.23 59 2.54 454 2.65 2.25 +.30 -73.3tNaviosMar N NMM .08 5.2 5 2.62 1.51 417 1.53 2980 1.67 1.51 -.08 -35.2tNavistar N NAV 11 47.73 30.35 741 31.36 3680 35.41 29.90 -3.61 -26.9 NebulaAc n Q NEBU 11.52 9.65 9.74 0 9.74 9.74 +.01 +.9 NebulaA un Q NEBUU 10.20 9.96 10.10 1 10.18 10.10 -.08 +.8 NeenahP N NP 1.64 2.1 28 96.15 75.50 56 78.49 300 80.23 76.47 -.01 -13.4 NektarTh Q NKTR 8 111.36 22.92 2083 36.80 24348 48.44 35.22 -11.39 -38.4 Nelnet N NNI .64 1.2 12 64.00 48.30 72 54.94 303 57.00 53.87 -1.06 +.3 Nemaura n Q NMRD 6.80 1.93 14 2.10 184 2.32 2.00 -.03 -63.5 Neogen s Q NEOG 49 97.38 54.09 316 61.66 1244 63.61 59.69 -1.44 sNeoGenom Q NEO 15.63 7.08 938 15.88 4265 15.93 12.75 +2.13 +79.2tNeonTh n Q NTGN 16.23 5.75 128 5.84 1023 8.85 5.65 -3.00 -61.1 Neonode rs Q NEON 12.30 2.41 6 2.53 82 2.90 2.52 -65.9 NeoPhoton N NPTN 9.27 4.56 390 8.00 2663 8.80 7.66 -.45 +21.6tNeosTher n Q NEOS 13.15 3.87 938 3.74 1915 4.37 3.70 -.41 -63.3tNeovas grs Q NVCN 168.00 1.88 1308 1.98 7378 2.32 1.88 -.22 -96.7 NeptWln g Q NEPT 9 5.14 .82 864 3.83 7561 4.09 3.40 -.22 +62.3 Net1UEPS Q UEPS 6 13.20 5.90 958 6.91 1897 7.15 6.72 +.03 -41.9 NetElem rs Q NETE 33.51 3.47 204 4.85 11119 10.60 4.59 +.84 -56.4 NetApp Q NTAP 1.60 2.2 27 88.08 43.24 4293 71.82 19865 80.59 70.26 -5.75 +29.8 NetEase Q NTES 1.94e 1.0 7 377.64 184.60 1062 201.18 4892 220.17 188.05 -8.99 -41.7 Netflix s Q NFLX 423.21 178.38 19591 299.83 85140 336.58 292.30 -32.84 +56.2 NtScout Q NTCT 22 31.95 21.58 428 24.47 3790 25.31 23.70 +.56 -19.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 13 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, October 27, 2018

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1495 8.67 7.56 -.23 -49.2 PDL Bio Q PDLI .20 8.1 3.55 2.25 836 2.48 5650 2.59 2.37 -.06 -9.5 PDL Cmt n Q PDLB 16.95 13.16 13 13.45 69 13.68 13.35 -.05 -11.4 PG&E Cp N PCG 2.12f 4.6 7 58.38 37.30 4349 46.29 20167 48.86 45.84 -2.56 +3.3 PGT Inc N PGTI 26 26.40 13.05 1064 20.15 3796 22.22 19.88 -1.63 +19.6 PHI vtg Q PHII 13.95 7.11 16 8.60 41 8.91 8.49 -.29 -26.5 PHI nv Q PHIIK .20 2.5 13.39 7.11 60 8.13 440 8.73 8.00 -.46 -29.7 PICO Hld s Q PICO 5.00e 14.57 10.38 88 10.85 439 11.88 10.52 -.30 -15.2 PIMCO1-3Tr N TUZ .34a .7 50.58 49.73 1 49.93 503 49.95 49.80 +.13 -.7tPimc1-5Tip N STPZ .53e 1.0 52.37 51.05 79 51.18 183 51.20 51.05 +.09 -1.5tPim15TIPS N LTPZ .42e .7 69.37 61.58 18 62.24 120 62.53 61.58 +.24 -10.1tPimBrdTIPS N TIPZ .80e 1.4 58.27 55.75 12 56.06 72 56.08 55.75 +.21 -3.7 PimLwDur N LDUR 2.82e 2.0 101.42 99.25 17 99.77 56 99.89 99.39 +.28 -.6 PimcoTR N BOND 6.13e 6.0 106.67 101.07 68 101.73 743 101.78 101.19 +.59 -4.0 Pim0-5HYCp N HYS 5.21e 5.3 101.76 97.52 562 98.66 2413 99.52 98.56 -.53 -1.8 PimIGBd N CORP 3.12a 3.1 106.00 97.04 31 99.15 153 99.39 98.95 +.02 -6.2 PimShMat N MINT .82e .8 101.87 101.35 1033 101.55 5870 101.56 101.51 +.05 PimIntMu N MUNI 1.26 2.4 54.15 51.91 41 52.20 185 52.30 52.01 +.08 -2.7 PimSTMun N SMMU .47e .9 50.49 49.49 8 49.70 22 49.74 49.52 +.17 -.3 Pim25yrZro N ZROZ 3.07e 2.9 124.10 101.70 9 104.37 81 104.70 102.79 +1.62 -14.0 PJT Part n N PJT .20 .5 61.18 37.51 102 42.55 595 45.09 40.78 -2.45 -6.7 PLDT Inc N PHI 1.60e 6.2 34.38 21.58 61 25.69 302 26.69 25.43 -.74 -14.6 PLX Phr rs Q PLXP 9.10 3.05 1 3.50 17 3.73 3.38 -.19 -49.3tPNC pfP N PNCpP 1.65 6.3 29.33 26.31 79 26.27 373 26.57 26.27 -.23 -7.2 PNC pfQ N PNCpQ 1.34 5.5 25.60 23.48 20 24.41 156 24.53 24.01 +.34 -3.7 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market 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10.39 566 10.49 10.18 +.11 -8.6 PioMunHi N MHI .84 7.7 12.04 10.65 71 10.87 573 11.08 10.66 +.17 -8.3 PioNtrl N PXD .32 .2 213.40 140.31 2349 149.66 11273 166.90 148.26 -17.12 -13.4 PioneerPw Q PPSI 25 7.95 4.40 1 4.99 4 4.99 4.60 -.01 -34.4 PiperJaf N PJC 1.50f 2.2 11 99.80 62.03 81 68.67 350 73.70 66.12 -3.70 -20.4tPitnyBw N PBI .75 11.2 4 14.80 6.59 1979 6.71 13003 7.09 6.56 -.26 -40.0 PitnyBw 43 N PBIpB 1.67 7.4 25.75 21.46 89 22.67 184 22.99 22.38 -.17 -7.1 PivotSft n N PVTL 31.24 15.11 972 18.03 4968 18.95 17.15 -.12 +14.6 Pixelwrks Q PXLW 7.05 3.15 170 4.05 867 4.35 3.95 -.20 -36.0 PlainsAAP N PAA 1.95 8.8 35 27.70 18.38 2155 22.14 10812 24.32 21.85 -2.03 +7.3 PlainsGP rs N PAGP 1.70 42 27.00 18.98 1726 21.65 7536 23.61 21.41 -1.88 -1.4 PlanetFit n N PLNT 2 55.35 25.56 1033 46.73 5222 48.75 45.35 -1.27 +34.9 PlanetGrn A PLAG 11.51 .13 1690 5.03 20938 9.50 3.11 -6.48 +2758.0 Plantron N PLT .60 1.0 19 82.28 45.05 262 57.34 1818 59.71 56.95 +.04 +13.8 PlatfmSpc N PAH 15 13.54 9.09 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14.15 10.94 579 11.35 2451 12.75 10.91 -1.11 -7.7tPotltchDel Q PCH 1.60 4.7 19 56.35 34.84 1524 34.31 4587 36.84 33.09 -2.22 -31.2 PowellInds Q POWL 1.04 3.5 41.42 22.80 39 29.84 250 30.98 28.88 -.68 +4.2tPwrInteg Q POWI .64 1.3 25 86.60 53.30 722 50.41 2168 59.53 47.35 -8.13 -31.5 PowrREIT A PW 6.92 5.50 1 5.88 5 5.91 5.83 +.03 -4.6 PwREIT pfA A PWpA 26.55 25.02 26.40 1 26.40 26.40 +3.1 PSCrudeDS N DTO 119.18 45.69 12 55.25 30 57.25 52.75 +2.28 -37.7 PwSBMetS N BOS 22.02 13.07 20.75 +4.8 PSBMetDL N BDD 11.60 6.52 7.48 -29.0 PSBMetDS N BOM 12.41 4.24 11.77 0 11.77 11.77 -.08 +58.7 PSCrudeLg N OLO 7.17 4.20 3 6.37 7 6.40 6.28 -.23 +25.0 PSCrudeSh N SZO 90.00 44.71 60.00 0 60.00 60.00 +5.57 -21.7 PShPuLgGr N PXLG .42e .8 50.50 43.50 50.39 +10.9 PSShTHYB N PGHY 1.08 4.6 24.30 23.53 23.56 -1.2 PS SrLoan N BKLN 1.01 4.8 23.27 22.96 22.99 -.2 PSAsxJ N PAF 1.91e 3.3 62.67 55.81 57.97 -1.6 PranBio rs Q PRAN 3.79 1.75 21 1.97 82 2.12 1.87 -.01 -36.9 Praxair N PX 3.30 2.0 37 169.75 140.00 35352 164.94 59083 168.95 160.52 +5.09 +6.6tPrecipio n Q PRPO 2.20 .27 593 .28 4324 .33 .27 -.04 -76.7 PrecDrill N PDS .28 4.14 2.26 1466 2.50 10898 2.87 2.39 -.37 -17.2tPrecTh rs Q AIPT 2.50 .80 51 .85 441 .92 .80 -.01 -15.8 PfdAptCm N APTS 1.02 6.4 22.71 13.60 234 16.06 1124 16.67 15.50 -.38 -20.7tPfdBkLA Q PFBC 1.00 2.0 69.48 49.45 110 50.22 554 55.88 49.45 -4.84 -14.6 PrefrmdLn Q PLPC .80 1.2 30 96.83 55.41 9 64.92 75 74.36 64.37 -4.63 -8.6 PremFin s Q PFBI .60 3.4 11 26.05 16.78 12 17.82 55 18.03 16.97 +.37 -11.3 Premier Q PINC 47.22 27.16 444 42.64 2404 45.50 41.69 -2.16 +46.1tPresbia n Q LENS 7.14 .87 24 1.03 68 1.32 .87 -.19 -72.8 Presidio n Q PSDO .16 1.2 19.74 11.97 153 13.41 623 14.62 13.24 -.80 -30.0 Prestige rs N PBH 3 48.41 27.84 494 35.99 3098 38.20 35.09 -1.58 -19.0 Pretium g N PVG 11.90 6.17 1599 7.84 6653 8.42 7.64 -.14 -31.3 PriceTR Q TROW 2.80 3.0 17 127.43 90.95 2814 93.87 10490 101.38 92.01 -6.19 -10.5tPrSmrt Q PSMT .70 1.0 28 94.45 74.61 901 69.16 1896 82.44 67.49 -10.09 -19.7 PrmEgy Q PNRG 80.50 47.10 0 77.09 1 77.09 76.00 +.59 +49.7 Primerica N PRI 1.00 .9 13 128.35 85.45 264 107.24 1077 115.95 104.73 -6.84 +5.6 PrimoWtr Q PRMW 59 20.72 10.64 275 16.49 1279 17.99 16.07 -.08 +31.2tPrimoris Q PRIM .24 1.1 18 28.96 20.79 149 21.34 817 22.62 20.79 -.93 -21.5 PrinEdgAIn N YLD .75e 42.10 39.24 0 39.51 8 39.84 39.51 -.39 -4.3 PrinPrice Q PSET .16e 35.55 30.82 23 32.00 114 32.80 32.00 -1.54 -.6tPrinShHld Q PY .33e 34.81 30.36 2 30.33 45 30.67 30.10 -.95 -7.0 PrinHlIn ef Q BTEC 39.21 28.87 1 31.55 12 32.70 30.37 -2.17 +.3 PrinMill ef Q GENY .06e 39.30 31.59 3 33.82 34 35.41 33.33 -1.22 -2.6 Prin US SC Q PSC 36.86 29.21 52 31.06 59 31.65 30.26 -.72 -2.0tPrinActGl N GDVD 29.52 25.39 1 25.28 4 26.05 25.28 -1.16 -9.7tPrin Cont n N PVAL 27.51 24.44 24.44 4 24.55 24.44 -1.52 -4.1 Prn MegC n N USMC 28.66 24.58 3 26.19 41 27.12 26.04 -.98 -.3tPrinSpec n N PREF 101.36 93.61 1 93.76 13 94.00 93.61 -.14 -6.6tPrinFncl Q PFG 2.16f 4.7 10 75.59 48.78 3215 45.98 14107 53.99 45.85 -7.58 -34.8 PrincREstI N PGZ 1.32m 7.9 18.85 16.21 10 16.78 71 17.34 16.71 -.46 -2.4 PrinBio n Q PRNB 36.00 22.00 62 23.85 245 25.67 22.04 +.14 -27.0 PriorityTc Q PRTH 12.99 8.34 0 10.25 17 10.96 9.50 +.14 +.6 PriorTc un Q PRTHU 13.32 10.41 12.56 0 12.56 12.56 -.02 +18.3 ProAssur N PRA 1.24a 2.9 22 63.45 34.95 211 42.98 837 44.77 41.86 -1.23 -24.8 ProDex Q PDEX 24 13.40 6.05 6 8.82 38 9.60 8.01 -.69 +29.7 ProLogis N PLD 1.92 3.0 27 68.20 58.28 3131 64.43 19991 66.23 62.68 +.84 -.1 ProPetr n N PUMP 22.88 13.26 1100 16.79 6097 17.07 15.08 -.24 -16.7 ProPhaseL Q PRPH 1.00e 5.29 1.62 11 2.98 23 3.00 2.96 +.02 +72.4 ProQRTher Q PRQR 22.85 2.75 118 17.66 1442 21.40 17.00 -1.59 +447.6 PrUltDow s N DDM 51.22 38.69 1538 42.74 5467 45.92 41.95 -2.73 tProUltMC s N MVV 47.07 35.34 61 35.79 353 39.18 34.71 -3.22 PrUltQQQ s N QLD 102.51 64.90 4527 80.23 15873 88.86 77.63 -6.45 +9.4 ProUltSP s N SSO .40e .4 129.98 97.35 5598 105.47 19275 115.54 103.05 -9.14 -3.6 PrUShCnG N SZK 17.35 12.80 1 16.07 25 16.22 15.44 +18.1 ProShtHY N SJB 23.91 22.45 76 23.01 283 23.04 22.79 +.17 -.5 Pro20 yrT N UBT 1.13e 1.7 85.80 65.87 29 68.46 157 68.85 66.76 +1.54 -18.1 Pro7-10yrT N UST .42e .8 58.51 51.12 67 52.54 148 52.70 51.61 +1.01 -8.5tPrUltBio s Q BIB 70.82 47.65 382 49.77 1565 58.59 47.60 -7.72 -11.2 ProSShOG N DDG 25.56 20.60 2 23.65 12 24.58 22.54 +1.70 +2.9 ProLCCre s N CSM .67e 1.0 72.92 63.01 45 65.29 169 68.38 64.68 -2.92 -2.2 ProUltTl s N LTL 50.54 35.57 37.97 0 37.97 37.97 -2.25 -12.1tProHdgRep N HDG 46.26 43.45 4 43.66 19 44.41 43.45 -.38 -3.7tProUltEM N EET 114.48 60.00 2 60.00 28 65.57 59.40 -3.41 -36.1 ProRafiLS N RALS .62e 1.7 38.00 35.36 3 36.35 25 36.44 36.24 +.01 -3.4 ProUSL7-10T N PST 23.95 21.23 250 23.29 426 23.75 23.23 -.44 +8.1sProShtEafe N EFZ 28.77 23.78 174 28.60 368 28.96 27.51 +1.07 +12.2sProShtEM N EUM 21.34 16.23 1491 21.17 4945 21.45 20.27 +.53 +17.9tProUltEaf s N EFO 50.26 33.01 1 33.22 44 33.94 32.91 -3.88 tProUEurop N UPV 66.95 42.65 0 42.79 3 44.79 42.65 -3.69 -27.0sProShtBM N SBM 20.35 16.90 20.25 1 20.35 20.00 +1.01 +14.5 ProUltRE s N URE 70.33 50.79 9 59.75 47 63.23 58.75 -1.33 -9.4tProUltFin s N UYG 47.86 36.26 117 36.49 514 39.81 35.78 -3.22 ProShtRE N REK 17.94 15.05 16 16.20 91 16.40 15.77 +.14 +2.4 ProShtChi50 N YXI 21.80 16.42 16 21.49 33 21.70 20.54 +.26 +11.7tProUltSem s N USD 54.11 31.00 38 31.88 202 36.81 30.85 -4.11 ProUltUt s N UPW 54.09 37.86 3 48.60 12 52.00 48.60 -2.20 +3.3 PrUltTech s N ROM 124.42 78.74 201 95.53 761 105.54 92.43 -6.90 +8.9tProUltJpn s N EZJ 50.46 34.61 4 33.48 8 36.00 33.25 -3.69 ProUltO&G N DIG .46e 1.4 47.42 30.89 137 33.07 765 38.70 31.87 -5.52 -16.5tProUltInd s N UXI 83.64 61.38 2 60.91 7 67.75 60.26 -7.09 -16.6 PrUltHCr s N RXL .63e .7 118.30 79.39 25 96.41 89 106.91 93.95 -9.48 +9.3 ProUCnsSv s N UCC 111.63 67.21 1 87.69 6 97.15 87.69 -8.17 +7.7 PrUCnsGd s N UGE 52.04 37.81 1 39.70 2 40.19 38.93 -.61 -19.0tProUBasM N UYM .15e .3 82.75 50.06 3 51.87 31 57.02 50.04 -4.72 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25.56 23.09 +1.95 +19.8 PrUltSilv N AGQ 36.55 21.93 370 24.18 776 24.57 23.62 +.21 -28.6 PrUltShN s N KOLD 52.12 28.10 39 30.60 406 32.20 29.46 +1.14 -22.8 ProUShGld N GLL 86.21 63.08 8 78.13 41 80.14 77.02 -1.04 +13.1 PrSUShAus N CROC 55.51 42.20 1 54.74 14 55.42 54.74 +.26 +19.7 PrUltShYen N YCS 79.34 64.93 10 75.96 24 77.36 75.53 -.96 +1.3 ProSUltGold N UGL 44.38 31.92 229 34.92 371 35.48 34.20 +.37 -14.1 PrUShCrd s N SCO 33.77 12.29 1532 15.44 10918 16.31 14.69 +.70 -37.1sProShtEuro N EUFX 43.13 38.37 0 42.92 1 43.13 42.71 +.38 +7.3tProUltEuro N ULE 18.97 14.99 3 15.12 19 15.36 14.98 -.25 -13.4sProUShEuro N EUO 24.45 19.46 374 24.21 1089 24.46 23.86 +.44 +14.2 ProctGam N PG 2.87 3.3 22 93.14 70.73 14331 87.86 87626 90.70 85.23 +.56 -4.4 ProDvrs h rs Q IPDN 6.63 2.45 13 2.60 115 3.19 2.56 -.39 -36.4 ProfirEng Q PFIE 1 5.30 1.71 159 2.63 1141 2.96 2.42 -.29 +37.0tPrognicsPh Q PGNX 9.42 4.89 1297 4.95 6043 5.69 4.84 -.75 -16.8tProgrsSoft Q PRGS .62f 2.0 24 53.60 30.93 417 31.15 2050 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-3.8tPrUlNBio rs Q UBIO 46.35 24.70 187 26.21 568 33.57 24.50 -6.68 -22.1sPUltShEafe N EFU 28.69 19.90 4 28.33 23 28.69 26.39 +1.59 +24.3 PrUGMin rs N GDXX 47.81 21.89 16 26.14 74 30.28 25.76 -2.87 -37.9 PrUltBra rs N UBR 107.88 42.35 6 69.42 16 69.42 62.53 +3.48 -11.1 PrSht20yTr N TTT 32.66 25.65 96 30.70 451 31.88 30.43 -1.06 +15.4 ProGblInf N TOLZ 1.63e 4.1 44.20 39.30 14 39.73 28 41.09 39.38 -1.51 -7.3 PUltShOG N DUG 45.82 27.88 138 38.34 610 39.50 33.18 +5.24 +3.6 PS MngdF N FUT 40.79 39.00 40.22 0 -.1tPrGPrEq bt A PEX 1.53e 4.6 42.26 32.95 1 33.07 17 33.82 32.90 -.76 -7.7tProEurDiv N EUDV .15p 44.13 37.99 1 38.24 4 39.13 37.70 -.76 -8.4 PHYIntH bt A HYHG 3.16 4.7 69.64 65.87 39 66.80 166 67.70 66.44 -.83 -.7 ProSPxTch N SPXT .23p 56.14 49.61 50.61 7 52.33 50.61 -2.27 -3.2 ProSPxHC N SPXV .24p 60.55 53.75 57.81 +6.2 ProMerger N MRGR .12e .3 36.72 34.73 1 36.14 2 36.15 36.01 +.15 -.3 ProSPxFin N SPXN .23p 59.89 51.95 57.23 0 +5.4 ProSPxEgy N SPXE .22p 61.53 44.29 0 56.06 3 58.41 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RE N RWO 1.57e 3.4 49.49 43.96 113 45.67 504 46.41 45.12 -.43 -6.6tSpdrEMSmC N EWX 1.00e 2.5 55.81 40.43 64 40.68 284 42.24 40.24 -.83 -21.8tSpdrIntDiv N DWX 2.22e 6.3 42.92 35.05 85 35.28 551 35.97 34.94 -.69 -14.4tSpdMS xUS N CWI .79e 2.3 42.01 33.67 385 33.83 1335 35.16 33.37 -1.16 -13.3tSpdrSPGbl N GII 1.63e 3.5 53.30 46.53 13 46.60 65 47.44 46.20 -1.16 -10.0 SpdrIntRE N RWX 1.25e 3.4 42.54 36.15 513 36.69 3240 37.18 36.24 -.43 -9.4tSpdrIntlSC N GWX 3.63e 1.6 37.99 30.39 174 30.16 538 31.86 29.83 -1.67 -15.0tSpdrWldxUS N SPDW .79e 2.9 33.84 27.61 923 27.66 5357 28.87 27.31 -1.19 -12.7 SP Mid N MDY 2.94e .9 374.10 321.61 1947 326.63 8993 342.06 321.76 -14.17 -5.4 S&P500ETF N SPY 4.13e 1.6 293.94 252.92 200938 265.33 744129 277.36 262.29 -10.92 -.6tSpdrRRtn N RLY .44e 1.8 27.62 24.85 13 24.91 69 25.76 24.66 -.83 -5.8tSpdrIncAll N INKM 1.08e 3.4 34.66 31.64 1 31.61 56 31.88 31.61 -.27 -6.0tSpdrGblAll N GAL 1.04e 2.7 40.37 35.86 48 36.07 109 36.91 35.65 -.77 -5.7 SpdrSenLn N SRLN 1.96 4.2 47.69 46.74 1084 47.04 5545 47.24 47.03 -.13 -.3 SpdrUShBd N ULST .16 .4 40.82 40.15 85 40.31 315 40.32 40.28 +.01 +.3 SpdrCreEq N SYE 1.63e 1.3 82.39 70.98 1 74.86 7 77.02 74.62 -3.27 +.3 SpdrDblTac N TOTL 1.17e 49.13 46.74 289 47.01 2947 47.06 46.80 +.19 -3.4 SpdrValEq N SYV 4.21e 1.6 70.61 62.32 4 63.62 10 66.00 63.30 -2.71 -3.9 SpdrGroEq N SYG 1.85e .8 87.50 76.00 48 77.91 54 81.37 77.84 -4.01 -1.9tSpdrBiot s N XBI .44e .5 101.55 77.08 11181 80.42 63957 85.65 77.08 -5.00 -5.2 Spdr Div N SDY 3.80e 2.0 100.07 87.95 824 91.29 3278 94.65 90.38 -2.97 -3.4tSpdrGbDow N DGT 1.52e 1.9 91.75 78.58 2 78.73 17 81.73 77.64 -3.41 -7.9tSpdrHome N XHB .15e .5 47.20 32.62 9258 32.59 36139 34.12 32.13 -1.04 -26.4tSpdrS&PBk N KBE .53e 1.3 52.00 40.31 4228 41.07 18315 43.70 40.31 -2.28 -13.2tSpdrS&PCM N KCE .91e 1.8 62.51 50.13 13 50.72 86 52.94 50.13 -2.31 -12.5tSpdrS&PIn s N KIE 32.78 28.93 323 29.25 1092 30.58 28.87 -1.27 -4.7 Spd LgCap s N SPLG 34.47 29.65 1091 31.04 3390 32.45 30.69 -1.26 -.9 SpdrLCpG s N SPYG 38.55 31.38 4957 34.51 12863 36.08 34.04 -1.31 +4.6 SpdrLCapV s N SPYV 32.54 28.45 800 28.77 5821 30.16 28.54 -1.32 -6.2 Spd MidC s N SPMD 37.08 31.17 470 32.04 3173 33.45 31.55 -1.28 -4.0tSpdMCpG s N MDYG 57.23 49.02 194 49.36 567 51.37 48.63 -1.90 SpdrMCpV s N MDYV 54.94 47.31 146 48.13 675 50.59 47.41 -2.36 SpdrNY Tch N XNTK .41e .5 98.30 81.11 39 82.55 143 86.56 81.30 -2.82 -1.5tSpdrSemi s N XSD .16e .3 79.40 63.34 178 63.67 1052 68.74 62.48 -4.41 -8.8 SpdrSCp s N SLYG 70.00 53.68 315 58.51 1138 60.92 57.35 -1.99 SpdrSCpV s N SLYV 71.23 58.57 226 60.60 1032 63.01 59.47 -1.86 SpdrRs3K s N THRK 36.63 31.39 988 32.85 4078 34.35 32.49 -1.37 -1.1 SpdrWilRE N RWR 2.90e 3.2 98.11 81.59 127 89.92 573 92.13 88.27 -.36 -4.0 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name 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SpdrShTTr N SPTS .27 .9 30.10 29.33 1628 29.45 3629 29.47 29.38 +.08 -1.4 SpFcStIn n N XITK 107.00 76.68 43 86.59 116 91.58 84.83 -3.25 +10.9 Spdr1500VT N VLU 4.85e 1.8 109.69 96.27 11 98.62 13 102.63 97.82 -5.86 -3.3 SpdrScored N CBND .99 3.2 32.49 29.94 9 30.49 14 30.53 30.41 +.09 -5.5tSpdrIntCBd N IBND .14e .4 36.87 32.72 9 32.92 107 33.18 32.72 -.23 -6.8 SpdrIGFlt N FLRN .20 .7 30.85 30.62 2265 30.74 8339 30.75 30.71 +.2 SpdrHYMu N HYMB 2.55 4.6 56.98 54.01 60 55.75 401 55.87 55.40 +.33 +.2 SpdrWFPf N PSK 2.59e 6.2 45.19 40.94 65 41.54 282 41.69 41.19 +.08 -5.7tSpdrBarITB N BWZ .01e 33.49 30.68 16 30.85 71 30.91 30.68 -.09 -4.0 SpdrBarcCv N CWB 3.55e 4.6 54.99 48.86 878 49.51 6909 51.07 49.10 -1.14 -2.2tSpdrLTBd s N SPLB 28.77 25.38 93 25.47 1172 25.52 25.38 +.03 -11.0 SpdrITBd N SPIB .92 2.8 34.55 32.95 438 33.11 4496 33.12 32.99 +.12 -3.2 SpdrBarMBB N MBG .83 3.3 26.26 24.82 17 25.04 311 25.08 24.90 +.11 -3.8 SpdrEMBd N EBND 30.91 25.43 171 26.27 868 26.39 26.03 -.05 -11.5 SpdrShTHiY N SJNK 1.58 5.8 27.99 26.94 2770 27.09 13578 27.29 27.05 -.11 -1.7tSpdrLehHY N JNK 2.30 6.6 37.35 35.16 19106 35.09 78837 35.47 35.07 -.28 -4.4 SpdShTBd N SPSB .40e 1.2 30.67 30.06 1161 30.13 6946 30.14 30.08 +.04 -1.0 SP IntTip N WIP .41e .3 60.27 51.62 14 52.81 136 52.98 52.31 +.05 -8.2 SPLIntTB s N BWX 29.72 26.86 148 27.13 932 27.16 26.99 +.02 -4.6tSpdrTrans s N XTN .25e .4 69.36 56.96 57 57.75 336 60.81 56.72 -2.82 -11.4 SpdrTelcm N XTL .68e 1.0 77.41 65.10 9 68.04 63 72.11 67.24 -3.18 -.4 SpdrHCSv s N XHS .61e .1 77.35 56.18 10 70.01 75 73.65 69.11 -4.05 +13.7 SpdrHCEq s N XHE 3.22e .1 89.07 62.42 164 75.82 823 80.04 74.46 -3.76 +17.7 SpdrSf&Sv s N XSW .19e .2 97.61 67.55 24 78.34 82 82.06 77.02 -2.55 +12.8tSpdrMLCrs N CJNK 1.01e 4.0 27.04 25.01 26 25.13 65 25.25 25.01 -.04 -5.5 SpdrAerDf s N XAR 1.70e 1.1 101.22 78.91 253 87.60 1110 92.23 86.09 -4.35 +4.8 SpdAgBd n N SPAB 28.84 27.30 316 27.49 2151 27.52 27.33 +.12 -4.3tSpdrBarcTip N IPE 1.04e 1.8 56.77 53.61 77 53.91 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70.01 -2.42 -2.8tSpdrMetM N XME .24e .8 39.62 29.68 3513 30.22 16851 32.70 29.65 -2.13 -16.9tSpdrR1KMo N ONEO 77.52 67.50 9 67.55 64 70.81 66.86 -3.10 -7.1 SpdrR1KYF N ONEY 75.30 65.47 1 65.93 8 68.80 65.85 -2.90 -5.9 SpdSPXHiD N SPYD 38.75 34.64 564 35.81 4126 36.98 35.60 -1.06 -4.4 SpdrFosFFr N SPYX 71.57 61.70 29 64.69 223 67.14 63.58 -2.46 -.2 SpdrR1KLV N LGLV 5.40e 1.9 99.24 85.68 12 90.92 31 93.48 90.33 -2.63 +.4 SpdrUsaSt N QUS .54e 84.64 73.20 8 77.03 54 80.25 74.81 -2.88 -.3 Spd SP600 s N SLY 78.25 62.50 180 66.27 601 68.98 64.97 -2.15 SpdrSPXBbk N SPYB .41e 68.19 58.36 6 60.08 16 62.90 59.64 -2.55 -3.6 SpdrSCap n N SPSM 34.15 28.11 707 29.15 2846 30.51 28.63 -1.17 -7.5 Spdr1-10Tip N TIPX .08e .4 21.00 18.41 38 18.91 167 18.92 18.82 +.06 -2.0 SpdrR2KLV N SMLV 2.16e 2.4 100.17 84.63 10 88.75 39 91.52 88.00 -2.34 -2.8 SPI Eng rs Q SPI 2.61 .25 86 .27 1551 .32 .27 -.02 -57.4 SPS Cmce Q SPSC 100.68 45.02 429 94.76 1204 97.65 81.71 +10.82 +95.0 SPX Cp N SPXC 13 39.28 28.09 193 29.59 1412 30.75 29.14 -.61 -5.7tSPX Flow n N FLOW 37 54.92 37.65 218 38.71 1011 41.25 37.51 -2.19 -18.6tSRC Eng A SRCI 10 13.32 7.31 3928 7.19 16493 8.40 7.02 -1.14 -15.7 SS&C Tch s Q SSNC .32f .6 31 60.97 39.15 1622 49.29 11284 52.50 49.00 -1.00 +21.8 SSLJ.cm hn Q SSLJ 5.75 .48 309 .70 765 .83 .66 -.08 -80.1 SSR Mng g Q SSRM 22 11.44 7.64 819 10.12 4225 11.05 10.09 -.79 +15.1tSTMicro N STM .40 2.9 15 26.43 13.63 6232 13.88 39959 16.19 13.56 -2.00 -36.4 SVB FnGp Q SIVB 20 333.74 185.41 2572 231.79 5854 286.05 220.01 -50.05 -.8tSVMK n Q SVMK 20.00 10.72 368 11.39 2128 13.03 10.72 -1.63 -33.9 SabanCap n Q SCAC 10.20 9.84 10.14 10 10.17 10.10 +.02 +2.3 Saban un Q SCACU 11.65 10.25 10.77 0 10.77 10.77 +.17 +2.3 SABESP N SBS .39e 5.2 11.96 5.58 6141 7.49 23669 7.82 7.36 +.02 -28.3tSabnR N SBR 2.63e 7.1 17 50.00 35.82 39 36.78 249 38.50 35.82 -1.57 -17.5 SabraHltc Q SBRA 1.87e 8.7 10 23.83 15.78 1771 21.45 7843 22.13 21.14 -.35 +14.3 SabreCorp Q SABR .56 2.4 27 26.78 17.79 3009 23.13 10760 25.00 23.10 -1.77 +12.8 SachemC n A SACH .48f 11.3 4.55 3.30 29 4.26 246 4.40 4.26 -.07 +8.2 SAExplr rs Q SAEX 73.80 5.40 32 6.02 421 6.95 5.73 -.78 -86.3tSafeBulk N SB .04 1.6 4.00 2.31 339 2.55 2169 2.70 2.31 +.01 -21.1 SafeBlk pfC N SBpC 2.00 9.1 24.88 20.38 22.00 19 22.77 21.99 -.69 -7.9tSafeB pfD N SBpD 2.00 9.0 24.46 21.50 8 22.30 46 22.68 21.50 -.31 -5.2tSafegdSci N SFE 14.40 8.26 132 8.47 642 8.96 8.24 -.35 -24.4 SafeInco n N SAFE .60 3.4 20.17 15.57 38 17.50 280 17.96 16.57 +.93 -.6 SaftyInsGr Q SAFT 3.20 3.9 21 99.70 70.45 29 83.05 137 85.74 80.07 -.73 +3.3tSagaComm Q SGA 1.20 3.5 4 46.80 34.60 12 34.50 30 36.52 34.50 -.75 -14.7 SageThera Q SAGE 195.97 59.57 315 119.71 1858 125.05 112.55 -2.61 -27.3tSaia Inc Q SAIA 28 87.05 56.86 277 57.80 1345 61.09 56.76 -2.65 -18.3 SailptTch n N SAIL 34.60 12.82 1412 23.45 6752 26.54 23.13 -2.58 +61.7tStJoe N JOE 46 20.00 14.78 420 15.16 1199 15.37 14.78 -.06 -16.0tSalemMda Q SALM .26 9.0 11 6.70 2.88 43 2.90 394 3.26 2.88 -.28 -35.6 Salesforce N CRM 161.19 97.81 7455 135.52 33641 143.80 132.61 -4.97 +32.6 SalMidMLP N SMM .68 7.8 12.20 8.53 151 8.76 688 9.77 8.76 -1.03 -20.5 SalisbryBc Q SAL 1.12 2.9 15 51.80 34.65 39.01 1 42.50 39.01 -2.99 -12.6 SallyBty N SBH 11 19.17 13.72 1437 17.06 10979 18.10 16.08 -.28 -9.1 SJuanB N SJT .65e 12.5 11 10.54 4.50 225 5.22 682 5.63 4.91 -.35 -36.7tSanchezEn N SN 6.19 1.73 1895 1.84 13602 2.24 1.73 -.39 -65.3 SanchzM rs A SNMP 1.80 25.3 13.25 6.55 20 7.12 190 7.29 6.93 -35.9 SanderFm Q SAFM 1.28 1.3 8 176.43 95.97 486 100.20 1882 101.07 96.32 -.21 -27.8tSandRidge N SD 21.90 9.21 243 9.28 2024 10.46 9.21 -1.16 -56.0 SandRMiss N SDT .22e 19.0 1 2.30 .73 63 1.18 461 1.28 1.15 -.08 +42.9 SandRMs2 N SDR .21e 18.1 1 2.00 .74 146 1.19 664 1.25 1.15 -.02 +39.8 SandRdgP N PER .50e 19.8 6 3.00 1.80 1308 2.54 1984 2.79 2.50 -.24 +23.9 SandstG g A SAND 5.64 3.52 1427 3.79 6311 4.16 3.75 -.37 -24.0tSndySpr Q SASR 1.12 3.3 15 43.87 33.38 173 34.43 1024 37.38 33.38 -2.55 -11.8 Sanfilp Q JBSS .55a .8 24 79.37 54.32 57 71.05 209 72.60 66.15 +.52 +12.3 SangTher Q SGMO 27.50 11.30 1594 13.15 10192 13.89 12.32 -.74 -19.8tSanmina Q SANM 13 39.40 23.35 453 23.00 1755 25.09 22.67 -1.58 -30.3 Sanofi N SNY 1.58e 3.7 49.72 37.43 1999 42.60 8809 44.66 41.92 -1.97 -.9 Sanofi rt Q GCVRZ .60 .20 175 .50 1471 .52 .48 -.01 +32.1 SantCUSA N SC .23e 5 21.81 14.75 1080 17.63 6882 18.87 17.32 -1.18 -5.3 SaratogaI N SAR 2.04 9.7 28.30 19.62 29 21.11 316 23.00 20.80 -1.46 -5.6 SaratIn23 n N SAB 1.69 6.6 26.79 25.31 0 25.59 43 25.78 25.54 -.07 -.8 SareptaTh Q SRPT 176.50 46.07 996 122.37 6478 135.61 116.75 -11.85 +119.9 Sasol N SSL 1.41e 4.3 39.73 28.31 252 32.75 905 35.57 32.37 -2.55 -4.3 SaulCntr N BFS 2.08 4.0 17 65.32 46.71 24 51.50 108 53.52 50.72 -.20 -16.6 SaulCtr pfC N BFSpC 1.72 7.0 25.65 23.79 6 24.60 12 25.33 24.60 -.40 -2.8tSaulCt pfD N BFSpD 23.98 21.87 5 21.87 38 23.11 21.60 -.85 -5.6 Savara rs Q SVRA 17.19 7.85 130 9.20 622 9.85 8.94 -.29 -38.0tscPhrma n Q SCPH 18.17 4.03 16 3.91 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N SR 2.25 3.1 20 82.85 60.09 182 73.27 1091 76.34 72.78 -2.00 -2.5 SpiritAero N SPR .48 .6 18 105.20 76.00 727 82.19 4924 83.33 80.47 -.36 -5.8sSpiritAir N SAVE 22 53.49 34.36 1637 52.52 10906 53.49 47.60 +1.74 +17.1 SpirMTA n N SMTA 11.61 8.90 225 10.73 839 11.34 10.66 -.57 +17.7 SpiritRltC N SRC .50f 6.3 18 8.53 6.58 4861 7.88 17891 8.13 7.70 -.02 +2.5 SpiritR pfA N SRCpA 1.50 6.7 26.40 20.25 6 22.29 53 22.74 21.97 +.26 -10.3tSpirtTex n Q STXB 71 22.56 16.70 25 20.73 146 21.17 16.70 +1.43 -5.1 Splunk Q SPLK 130.00 63.85 3576 89.91 16444 97.68 87.39 -4.89 +8.5tSpokHldgs Q SPOK .50 3.5 32 18.85 13.00 61 14.17 471 15.42 13.00 -.90 -9.5 SportsWhs Q SPWH 11 6.99 3.66 245 5.26 1129 5.37 4.95 +.22 -20.4 Spotify n N SPOT 198.99 135.51 1327 146.24 8005 155.00 140.32 -2.69 -1.9 SpragueRs N SRLP 2.67 10.4 17 29.00 21.80 48 25.70 181 26.90 25.20 -1.09 +6.2tSprBkPh n Q SBPH 18.93 10.63 94 9.50 328 13.23 9.50 -3.72 -29.3 Sprint N S 3 7.21 4.81 15515 5.84 71915 6.55 5.79 -.62 -.8 SprottSilv N PSLV 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90.00 180 93.75 85.92 -3.25 -26.7 Stantec g N STN .55 15 29.25 24.05 29 24.98 246 26.66 24.98 -.12 -10.6 StarBulk rs Q SBLK 15.38 8.62 355 11.65 2364 13.04 11.37 -.93 +3.5 StrBlk22 n Q SBLKZ 2.08 8.2 26.00 23.58 3 25.50 20 25.64 25.45 +.05 +.7 StarGas N SGU .47f 4.9 15 11.13 8.74 24 9.55 207 9.74 9.37 +.13 -11.2 StarsGp g Q TSG 38.95 19.70 2699 20.58 10013 23.50 19.98 -2.67 -11.7 Starbucks s Q SBUX 1.44f 2.5 27 61.94 47.37 13364 58.07 57412 59.47 57.39 -.59 +1.1tStarret N SCX .40 7.3 18 9.15 5.45 80 5.51 127 5.94 5.42 -.24 -35.9 Startek N SRT 40 14.27 5.35 119 5.58 431 5.88 5.50 -.25 -44.0 StarwdPT N STWD 1.92 9.0 12 23.04 19.47 2104 21.45 12604 21.80 21.17 -.20 +.5 StatAutF Q STFC .40 1.3 34.31 24.84 17 30.42 108 30.64 28.75 +1.32 +4.5tStateBkFn Q STBZ .80 3.2 15 35.99 23.58 502 24.81 2217 25.76 23.58 -.64 -16.9 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 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82.34 76.20 -1.31 -43.2 Synopsys Q SNPS 44 103.40 80.13 1303 87.51 7453 92.72 86.42 -.59 +2.7tSynovusFn N SNV 1.00 2.7 13 57.40 36.48 2631 36.62 14018 42.25 36.24 -5.36 -23.6tSynthes rs Q SES 3.87 1.17 40 1.32 153 1.71 1.17 -.38 -53.5 SynthBio rs A SYN 32.79 3.54 tSypris Q SYPR .08 6.5 1.90 1.15 0 1.23 84 1.29 1.15 -.03 -10.9 SyrosPhar n Q SYRS 17.50 6.30 38 7.09 432 7.43 6.55 -.02 -27.1 Sysco N SYY 1.44 2.1 28 75.98 52.30 2335 69.80 12451 73.42 69.38 -1.30 +14.9tSystemax N SYX .22 .9 25 47.75 25.77 72 25.66 367 27.46 25.08 -1.55 -22.9T -:T-MobileUS Q TMUS 26 70.94 54.60 7109 65.11 25816 70.21 64.28 -4.64 +2.5 TAL Educ s N TAL 47.63 21.08 14241 27.90 58112 27.90 22.05 +4.40 -6.1 TAT Tch h Q TATT .34e 5.1 15 11.65 6.40 2 6.70 6 6.83 6.70 +.05 -36.2 TC PpLn N TCP 2.60 8.2 10 57.08 22.64 802 31.59 2130 33.29 30.75 -.66 -40.5 TCF Fncl N TCF .60 2.9 11 27.34 16.96 1204 20.69 11623 22.77 20.20 -1.77 +.9 TCF deo pfC N TCFpD 26.06 23.11 16 23.84 97 24.00 23.64 +.20 -7.3 TCG BDC n Q CGBD 1.48a 9.5 11 20.30 15.27 105 15.63 819 16.06 15.57 -.33 -22.0 TCW Strat N TSI .21 3.8 6.01 5.34 103 5.41 266 5.48 5.36 -.03 -7.8 TD Ameritr Q AMTD 1.20f 2.4 20 63.01 47.70 2115 50.17 18192 51.72 48.03 -.31 -1.9 TDH Hld n Q PETZ 30.39 1.00 75 1.35 1166 2.03 1.23 -.46 -76.1tTE Connect N TEL 1.76 2.4 21 108.23 74.03 2751 74.86 11422 78.00 73.70 -2.69 -21.2tTESSCO Q TESS .80 6.6 24 24.85 12.36 10 12.06 144 13.52 11.55 -1.24 -40.1 TFS Fncl Q TFSL 1.00f 6.8 49 16.62 14.19 159 14.61 1003 14.84 14.28 -2.2tTG Thera Q TGTX 17.35 4.90 1122 4.86 7349 5.40 4.80 -.51 -40.7tTHL Credit Q TCRD 1.08 14.1 8 9.67 7.60 84 7.65 457 7.78 7.60 -.18 -15.5 THLCred22 N TCRZ 1.69 6.7 26.98 25.15 3 25.23 8 25.28 25.19 +.01 -2.7tTHLCSenL N TSLF 1.32 8.1 17.83 16.23 33 16.32 186 16.59 16.16 -.23 -3.2 TIM Part N TSU .28e 1.9 23.12 13.82 860 14.53 3864 15.18 14.21 -.53 -24.8 TJX N TJX 1.56 1.5 23 113.28 66.44 4087 106.54 21517 109.23 105.13 -.72 +39.3 TKK Sym n Q TKKS 9.97 9.46 0 9.54 278 9.67 9.54 -.12 +.2 TKK Sy un Q TKKSU 10.20 10.00 1 10.14 125 10.20 10.00 -.01 +1.0 TKK Sym rt Q TKKSR .53 .35 .41 110 .41 .41 +.01 -2.4 TMSR Gl s Q TMSR 67 10.32 1.84 0 3.00 5 3.25 2.33 +.04 -39.8 TOP Shi rs Q TOPS 35.50 .69 2667 1.66 68417 2.70 1.47 +.39 -33.9 TPG Pac n N TPGH 10.40 9.67 123 10.12 303 10.12 10.00 +.02 +4.0 TPG RE n N TRTX 1.72 8.7 15 21.05 18.22 128 19.67 1003 20.07 19.53 -.26 +3.3 TPG SpLnd N TSLX 1.56 7.9 9 20.94 17.00 679 19.64 1628 20.03 19.61 -.24 -.8 TPI Co n Q TPIC 32.22 16.35 238 23.88 1392 25.88 23.61 -1.22 +16.7 TSR Inc Q TSRI 31 9.40 4.40 6 5.60 18 6.50 5.50 -1.03 +7.7 TTEC Hl Q TTEC .56f 2.2 24 43.40 23.50 55 24.98 359 26.08 24.29 -.47 -37.9tTTM Tch Q TTMI 30 19.91 13.35 1763 13.35 5490 14.55 13.09 -1.00 -14.8 TableauA N DATA 118.08 68.37 856 96.77 3861 103.00 94.84 -2.87 +39.8 Tabula n Q TRHC 91.16 25.21 322 67.08 1850 81.83 63.50 -9.08 +139.1 TactSys n Q TCMD 73.24 22.72 162 62.71 1002 68.00 60.31 -1.76 +116.4tTahoeRes N TAHO .24 9.5 5.63 2.52 2524 2.53 13392 2.80 2.51 -.22 -47.2 TailorBr N TLRD .72 3.4 10 35.94 14.00 848 21.21 4940 22.52 20.65 -.73 -2.8 Taitro