Charlotte SunCLASSIFIED: Comics 9-12 | Dear Abby 12 | TV Listings 13THE SUN: Crosswords 7 | Legals 12-14 | Obituaries 5 | Opinion 9 | Police Beat 7 | Viewpoint 8 VOL. 123 NO. 299An Edition of the SunAMERICAÂS BEST COMMUNITY DAILYMONDAY OCTOBER 26, 2015www.sunnewspapers.net $1.00 Twenty percent chance of rain.87 69 High Low Look inside for valuable couponsThis yearÂs savings to date ...SUN COUPON VALUE METER CHARLIE SAYS ...I sure hope all that rain stays away from Florida!INDEX | 705252000258Daily Edition $1.00 $242,101 STORMS BRING RAIN TO LOUISIANADrenching storms that the remnants of Hurricane Patricia dragged into Texas finally clear. Now itÂs LouisianaÂs turn.USA TODAY PAGE 3 SPORTS: Lotto 2 USA TODAY: Money 5-6 | Nation 12 | News 1-3 | State by State 4 | Weather 11 | World 12 8Â Maxxon inflatable kayak, $500In TodayÂs Classifieds!Looking for something? Florida news ...........................USA TODAY PAGES 9,11Weather .................................USA TODAY PAGE 11Travel .......................................USA TODAY PAGE 6INSIDE AND WEEKLY HERALDCALL US AT 941-206-1000If you visit Bob ÂFigÂŽ Newton at his Coldwell Banker Morris Realty ofÂ“ce in Punta Gorda, he may want to show you his life-size Elvis bust that, at the click of a button, will espouse famous phrases in the KingÂs own voice Â„ or sing. His fascination with Elvis is just one thing that makes Fig a little eccentric Â„ some people might call him ÂnutsÂŽ Â„ but it is a fun kind of Ânuts.ÂŽ He not only enjoys dressing up like Elvis and singing with local bands, but he just likes dressing up . . . period. He has a collection of maybe two-dozen costumes Â„ most of them handmade by his wife of 46 years, Nance. And, remembering seeing him in those costumes, made me decide he was the perfect pre-Halloween subject. FigÂs history may suggest why he likes to dress up and go out Â„ sometimes sauntering into a local Punta Gorda watering hole dressed up like a pirate, or Elvis or an airline pilot. He was born in New Madrid, Mo., and by the time he graduated he had attended 22 schools. His dad moved a couple of times to Â“nd better work and when he landed a job helping oversee the building of the nationwide Eisenhower Expressway, he moved from site to site Â„ sometimes never staying in one place longer than three or four months. Fig Â“gured out as a young child that he loved to perform. He would often do his Elvis impersonation for his mother and, if no one was around, heÂd just perform in front of a mirror. He met Nance in high school and says they were sweethearts then Â„ Âshe may deny that,ÂŽ he smiled. But the two were married while he was serving in the Air Force and she attended college. They had friends who urged them to move to Florida, so they did, settling in Coral Springs. Fig had various jobs including Publix, selling life insurance and helping run a seafood business. When he went on the road selling clothes, however, he probably found his niche. He was a salesman. Traveling the state, he found and was enamored with Charlotte County. It took more than one trip here to convince Nance, but she relented and the two say they have found their forever home in Punta Gorda. Real estate is how he makes a living now, and it is a job suited to his outgoing personality. Nance can take some of the blame for his outÂ“ts since she taught herself to be a master seamstress Â„ sorta. This week they will be out on the town in their witch and witch doctor costumes that she hand-stitched. In the past year you could have found Fig dressed as the ÂFantomÂŽ of the Opera, Capt. Morgan, the pirate and his wench, Sir Dancealot, an Indian medicine man, Elvistador or Tito, the conga player. ÂI have some crazy ideas, and Nance does a fantastic job on the costumes,ÂŽ he said. ItÂs no surprise that the whole family is involved. His daughters, Nikki and Shannon, who both live in Atlanta, also like to dress up. His son-in-law, Big Mike, has an international act as Puddles the Clown. His voice has led to friendships with the likes of Jack Black, Jon Hamm and Neil Patrick Harris. So, if youÂre out this weekend doing some trick or treating, watch for Fig. John Hackworth is editor of the Sun newspapers. You can contact him at email@example.comCostume capers JohnHACKWORTHEDITORHACKINÂ AROUNDMURDOCK Â„ While construction workers cruised through the multiuse path on Elkcam Boulevard, they have hit a roadblock for a major street improvement plan among Parkside Community Redevelopment Area projects. The 10-foot-wide pathway along the west side of Elkcam, along with enhanced landscaping, is the Â“rst of a series of connecting routes transforming Parkside into a walkable community. ÂI thought it came out fabulous and exceeded my expectations,ÂŽ said Joe Tiseo, a member of the Team Parkside board. ÂYou can actually drive down Elkcam and it feels like a neighborhood.ÂŽ The walking/biking loop will eventually link up with Harbor, Olean and West Tarpon boulevards; Gertrude Avenue, Aaron Street and Ambrose Lane. County ofÂ“cials have received a $750,000 Community Development Block Grant for the Aaron StreetGertrude Avenue portion of the trail system. The yearlong $4.2 million Elkcam Boulevard construction project included $2.6 million for utility improvements. The aboveground work is funded through the Parkside CRA.First leg of Parkside trail system completedBy GARY ROBERTSSTAFF WRITER SUN PHOTO BY GARY ROBERTSThe decorative railing of the Gertrude Avenue bridge is just one of the recent aesthetic improvements seen in Parkside.TRAIL | 5 PHOTO PROVIDEDA head-on collision occurred earlier this year on Interstate 75 northbound at mile marker 186 in North Port, sending motorists for medical treatment.Mike Davis was driving on Interstate 75 from Sarasota to North Port when suddenly headlights were coming at him. ÂI hit my brakes and moved out of the way,ÂŽ said the 24-year-old. ÂI could see the woman was on her cellphone.ÂŽ Behind the wrong-way driver were the lights and sirens of two deputies trying to stop the oblivious motorist. ÂMy younger brothers and sisters were in the vehicle with me, we could have all been killed,ÂŽ he said. ÂItÂs pretty terrifying to be driving 70 mph and have Instances of wrong-way driving could be fatal By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR PHOTO ILLUSTRATIONAccording to the National Transportation Safety Board in Washington, D.C., more signs are needed at o ramps of interstates to alert drivers they are going the wrong way.FATAL | 5 SARASOTA COUNTY Â…Â… Calling it Âan elected body that Â”ies under the radar,ÂŽ Sarasota County Commissioner Christine Robinson says it may be time for a change in the way county Charter Review Board members are chosen. For now, two review board members are elected to represent each of the countyÂs Â“ve districts. They are elected to four-year terms, according to Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections Kathy Dent. ÂWe are the only county in Florida where they are elected and not appointed,ÂŽ Dent said. But some think itÂs time to consider doing away with the elected body and replacing it with an appointed board. ÂI think it should be examined,ÂŽ Robinson said. ÂI believe that we should examine turning the Charter Review Board into an appointed position.ÂŽ She said any inquisition into the matter should come from the people of Sarasota County and the state Legislature. ÂI donÂt think the County Commission should handle it,ÂŽ she said. The 10-member CRB came under scrutiny in May after board members deadlocked on a vote to form a special committee to look into a proposal by a group asking for a change to the countyÂs charter to create what they Sarasota Charter Review Board drawing scrutiny By CLINTON BURTONSARASOTA COUNTY EDITOR SCRUTINY | 5
Our Town Page 2E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 SUBSCRIPTIONS Home Delivery Rates: Newspaper designated market: City ZoneCarrier home delivered 7 days. Rates as follows plus 7% Florida Sales Tax: Monthly Bank/ Credit Card.........................$30.80 3 Months..........................$100.10 6 Months..........................$200.20 1 Year ...............................$400.40Does not include Waterline and TV Times. Above rates do not include sales tax.Mail subscription rates: Rates as follows (advance payment required): 7 Days 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year $154.07 $276.35 $492.11 Sunday Only 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year $71.89 $144.61 $243.54Above rates do not include sales tax.Single Copy rates Daily $1.00 Sunday $2.00 Unclaimed account balances under $10, inactive for 15 months, will be used to purchase newspapers for classroom use. Sun Newspapers CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY Delivery should be expected prior to 6:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday. Redelivery hours: 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Customer Service hours: 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday Friday; Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m. to noon. Call Customer Service for our current specials. To subscribe or to report any problems with your service, please call 941-206-1300 or toll-free at 877-818-6204. You may visit our office at: 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. CONTACT US WITH YOUR NEWS: Email Charlotte Sun Editor Phil Fernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 941-206-1168;Email Interim Englewood Editor Marion Putman at email@example.com, or call 941-206-1183; or email Deputy Charlotte Editor Garry Overbey at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 941-206-1143. Fax to 941-629-2085. On Saturdays , contact Marion Putman, or the newsroom at 941-206-1100. On Sundays , contact Garry Overbey or call the newsroom. Circulation director Mark Yero, 941-206-1300. Consumer advocacy email email@example.com, or call 941-206-1114. Obituaries call 941-206-1028, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Religion/church news or events email@example.com. Display advertising 941-205-6400. Editorial letters email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write: Letter to the Editor, c/o Charlotte Sun , 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. Puzzles 941-206-1138. Classified ads 866-463-1638. Subscriptions For missed papers, or to put your paper on hold , call 941-2061000. Chairman ..................................Derek Dunn-Rankin.....................941-206-1001 Publisher ...................................David Dunn-Rankin.....................941-206-1003 Executive Editor........................Chris Porter.................................941-206-1134 Advertising Director..................Leslee Peth..................................941-205-6400 Circulation Director...................Mark Yero....................................941-206-1300 Arcadian Editor.........................Susan E. Hoffman........................863-494-0300 Arcadian Publisher....................Joe Gallimore..............................863-494-0300 Charlotte Sun Editor..................Phil Fernandez............................941-206-1168 North Port Sun Publisher..........Steve Sachkar..............................941-429-3001 North Port Sun Editor................Lorraine Schneeberger................941-429-3003 Englewood Sun Publisher.........Carol Y. Moore.............................941-681-3031 Englewood Sun Interim Editor .....Marion Putman...........................941-681-3002 Sarasota County Editor..............Clinton Burton............................941-681-3000 SUNNEWSPAPERSMember of the Audit Bureau of Circulation For vacation holds, please call Customer Service at 941-206-1300. The SUN (USPS 743170) is published daily at Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980-2100. Periodicals postage paid at Punta Gorda, FL. Postmaster: Please send address changes to the SUN, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, Florida 33980-2100. EVENTS TODAY Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Join Brenda for a good workout and feel better. Mahjong, 9 am-12:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Meet new people who enjoy this game too & have fun. Genealogy CCGSI, 10:30,Mid-County Library, 2050 Forrest Nelson Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952,2672598625,Ancestry/FamilyTree North Port Moose, Lunch 11-3 Dinner 5-8 p Italian night. Members and qualified guest only 14156 Tamiami Trail North Port, Fl 426 2126 VFW Lunch Post 8203, VFW Post 8203 lunch is back M, W-Saturday new cook food is great, Come in try us out 11am-2pm NP WOODCARVERS CLUB, Monday meetings 12-3pm @ VFW Post, 8203, 4860 Trott Cir. off Pan American, Blvd. Info Call Ron 257-8480 Duplicate Bridge, $3/ person 12:30-4:30pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Ella 429-8958 If you like bridge/join others who do too Rummikub, 12:30-3:30pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Like cards but not holding them? This is played with tiles FISH of North Port, 1:00 PM. Jockey Club, 3050 Pan American. Volunteer drivers needed. Call Bruce, 429-8945. Amvets 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Tacos Taco Salad, 1 Spec reg menu members&guests 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Wings Post 8203, Come in & enjoy ours Jumbo Wings Hot & Tasty @ VFW post 8203 5-7 pm TUESDAY Scrabble, 9:30-11:30am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 If you like scrabble, then come join in the fun. Line Dancing, $5/class 12:15-2:15pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd. Joan 661-3799 Learn new steps & have fun. Great way to exercise. EVENTS TODAY Project Linus, Crochet knit quilt blankets for Charlotte County kids 9-11 New Day Church 20212 Peachland Blvd Nancy 627-4364 Deep Creek Elks, Lunch With Diane 11-2:30, Races With Peggy 3PM, Dinner 4:30-7PM, Tacos, Taco Salads And More Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd. 941-629-1645 PC lunch 11-2 dinner 5-8 trustees meeting 6-7pm Fun With Music, Volunteer musicians provide music for listening and dancing.1-3:30 pm, The Cultural Center,2280 Aaron St ,2.00pp Genealogy CCGSI, 1:30,Mid-County Library, 2050 Forrest Nelson Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952,2672598625,Czech Genealogy TUESDAY Deep Creek Elks, Lunch With Diane 11-2:30, Dinner 5-8, Pizza, Burgers And More, Reservation # 249-8067, Karaoke With Spotlight 6:30-9:30 Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd. PC 941-629-1645 lunch 11-2 dinner 5-8 join the jammers Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 6pm Elkettes Board Meeting; 7pm Elkettes General Meeting @ 25538 Shore,PG,637-2606;members&guests Foreign Film, The House of Sand (Brazil, 2005), 1pm, FGCU, 117 Herald Court, PG. $5. 941-505-1765. CC Shrine Club, 5:30pm Lions Den Restaurant Shriners Ladies Nite. Shriners & Masons welcome. 609-661-1826 AL Post103 Bingo, Bar Bingo, 6-9pm, 2101 Taylor Rd, Punta Gorda, 941-639-5299 EVENTS TODAY Crafting, Help us to craft items; bring lunch, we supply dessert at Lemon Bay WomanÂs Club, 51 N. Maple St. 9:301:30 474-9762 Rotonda VFW Post, Food served 11am-7pm. Check out LoriÂs daily, specials. Shuffleboard games. Members &, guests. 697-1123 Forty Carrots, Share meaningful play with your child up to age 5, limit 12 families 11:15 Elsie Quirk Library, 100 W Dearborn 861-5000 Ballroom Classes, Starting November 2, 4:00 Beginner/ Intermediate class Englewood Sports Complex for info call 941-496-9692 AUCE Spaghetti, American Legion Post 113-3436 Indiana rd.Rotonda,AUCE Spaghetti 5-7,Music Coastal Jamz 6:30,697-3616 Zumba with Toning, Dance and work out to world music at Lemon Bay WomanÂs Club located at 51 N. Maple St, 6-7 pm, $5 each 474-9762 TUESDAY Badminton, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9-12p. $2 to play! Line Dancing, Dance with Harry to country & standards at Lemon Bay WomanÂs Club, Int. & Adv. 51 N. Maple St. 10-11am, $3, 474-9762. Rotonda VFW Post, Variety of sandwiches & salads. Boat races., Join the fun. Members & guests. 697-1123 Penny Bingo, American Legion Post 113-3436 Indiana rd.Rotonda,Lunch 11-2,Penny Bingo 12-3,697-3616 Pickleball, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 1 3p., 5:30 7:30p.. $2 to play! Beginner Tai Chi, Beginner Tai Chi, Englewood Hosp/Suncoast Auditorium, 3-4:00 PM, $6.00, 941-492-2167 Englewood Images, Bill DunsonÂs award-winning, funny and spectacular photos. FREE! 7PM Green St. Church, 474-3764 WEDNESDAY Fall Wellness Fair, FREE health screenings, product demonstrations, flu shots, seminars & more. 9am-1pm 941-800-7867. Line Dancing, 9-30 to 11-30 American legion Post 113, 3436 Indiana Road Rotonda West. Phone Eve at 941 697 8733 FILL-A-BAG OF BOOKS, Englewood Charlotte Library will have a FILL-ABAG OF BOOKS Sale for $3 Oct 28,10 am to noon. For info call, 697-2200. Beginner Pickleball, Englewood Sports Complex. 941-8611980, 10:30-12:30p. $2 to play! CHARLOTTE EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS Free Stroke Screenings at Bank Office, Provided by Fawcett Memorial Hospital, 2-4 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 28, Charlotte State Bank & Trust Charlotte Harbor office, 23112 Harborview Road. Includes risk screening, blood pressure check and consultation with a registered nurse. Reservations required; call Consult-A-Nurse 941-624-4441. Dinner to Honor Representative Roberson, Nov. 21, 5 p.m., Ken Roberson Representative, State of Fl will be honored by the CC GOP at a dinner at IYC, 1780 W Marion Ave PG. Speakers: Blaise Ingoglia, Chair of the RPOF; Todd Wilcox, candidate U. S. Senate. Open to public. Tickets: www.ccflrc.org/robersonDinner.html or Gene Murtha, 258-2080. Come Hear Best-selling Author Tim Dorsey on Friday, Oct. 30 at 6 p.m., Tim writes zany Florida crime novels and his latest is ÂShark Skin Suite.ÂŽ Reserve your spot today! 941-205-2560. 1205 Elizabeth St., Punta Gorda. Featured EventsPAID ADVERTISEMENTS MPO meeting, Sara/ Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organization, 9 a.m., Holiday Inn, 8009 15th St. E., Sarasota. 359-5772 District meeting, Road & Drainage, 4 p.m., commission chambers, North Port City Hall, 4970 City Hall Blvd., off Sumter Blvd. 429-7000 City Commission, regular meeting, 6 p.m., North Port City Hall, 4970 City Hall Blvd., off Sumter. 429-7000 Featured EventsPAID ADVERTISEMENTS The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run Âas submitted.ÂŽ To submit an item, go to www.yoursun. com, select an edition and click on the ÂCommunity CalendarÂŽ link on the left. Click ÂSubmit Event,ÂŽ and fill out the appropriate information. This is a case of disappearing birds, or so it seems. Three Sun readers have written to us saying that, for some strange reason, birds have suddenly disappeared from their backyard feeders. Earl Gardner, of North Port, wrote that with a deluxe bird feeder in the front yard and a smaller one in the back Â„ restocking them every morning with an enticing variety of bird delectables including sunÂ”ower seeds, cracked peanuts and a suet grain bar Â„ the feeders attract a large and varied bird consortium every morning and every evening. But for the past week, the Â”ock has been dwindling, Âuntil today, none.ÂŽ Joyce Robbins quipped in a letter that Âthey must be with their friends in Port Charlotte, as we have been wondering the same thing.ÂŽ ÂNope,ÂŽ wrote Margaret Wilder, of Port Charlotte, Âthe birds arenÂt in Port Charlotte either. All summer we have had beautiful cardinals, blue jays, and woodpeckers, now only pigeons.ÂŽ Well, not to worry, the birding professionals tell the Answer Man, even if theyÂre not quite sure what the problem might be, or, in fact, if there is one at all. They counsel that there could be any number of reasons this time of year, but in all likelihood itÂs just a temporary situation. The AMÂs Â“rst stop was with the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, where spokesman Gary Morse said there are so many variable patterns in bird movement this time of year itÂs a complex situation, especially during migration, so Âit is virtually impossible to tell.ÂŽ He said it could be climate up north, or climate here, or that birds havenÂt moved yet, or just a local situation, but more than likely itÂs merely a temporary condition. Scientists, he said, Âhave spent years trying to develop trends (in bird movement), which are more important to us.ÂŽ And there doesnÂt appear to be a trend in this situation. So, he said, ÂitÂs probably a local phenomenon with a million and one causes.ÂŽ Jim Knoy, a director with the Peace River Audubon Society, was a bit more speciÂ“c for the Answer Man, but he basically agreed with Morse. He said heÂs noticed a similar decline in clientele in his own bird feeders, as have some other members of the society, Âbut IÂm not alarmed, weÂre not alarmed. Birds do their thing.ÂÂ And their Âthing,ÂŽ the natural movement of birds, is often unpredictable, particularly during the migratory season. ÂTheyÂre always moving,ÂŽ he said, advising the AM that some 200 birds stay in the Charlotte County area year-round, while another 300 migrate through. This time of year you donÂt typically see a lot of birds, he said, although it changes year to year. In any case, in his opinion ÂItÂs nothing drastic.ÂŽ Sometimes, Knoy said, birds of different species group together in guilds. ÂSometimes you walk through the woods and you donÂt see anything. Then, you see many birds together.ÂŽ Dr. Robin Jenkins, executive director of the Peace River Wildlife Center in Punta Gorda, agrees. This time of year, she said, the number of birds brought into the center typically decline. ÂItÂs not unusual to have fewer around as in spring and summer. ItÂs the normal ebb and Â”ow.ÂŽ Ditto, Abbie Banks, a member of the Venice Area Birding Association, who told the AM that not only are there many new birds this time of year coming and going, but birds routinely go to up to Â“ve different areas to feed, rather than staying in one backyard or two. Also this time of year, she said, some birds are snacking on the last Â”ying insects of the season, and on the emergence of Âbeauty berries,ÂŽ an avian delicacy, rather than sticking to bird feed. And if birds are scarce, you canÂt rule out the presence of owls or hawks prowling the area. But all this still segues back to North PortÂs Earl Gardner, who would like to go directly to the source for a satisfactory answer. He writes that he knows birds obviously migrate. ÂBut how do you explain they never missed a day (in his yard) for the past six years?ÂŽ ÂMaybe,ÂŽ he pleads, Âthere is a bird out there who can explain it to me.ÂŽ Well, the Answer Man is not sure how good the mynahs would be in conversation, but the AM would very much like to hear from anyone else out there with their take on this mystery for the birds. A mystery of the disappearing birds The Answer ManBill Jones QUESTIONS FOR THE ANSWER MAN? Bill Jones is a veteran newspaperman from Pennsylvania who helps answer questions from readers. What do you want to know about? Ask the Answer Man and heÂll find out. Leave a voicemail at 941-206-1134, or send an email to charlotte email@example.com. The Charlotte County area has a wide range of volunteer opportunities that meet varied time schedules and backgrounds. Contact one of the following organizations to see how you can get involved and give back to the community. Â€ Animal Welfare League: volunteers needed include 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 website www. awlshelter.org or for more information call 941-625-6720. Â€ AMIKids Crossroads: volunteers needed for young men ages 13 to 17years old, with great potential, hoping for someone to visit, get to know them, and possibly become their mentor or tutor. Many of these youth have experienced life in its worst form, missed a lot of school, and badly 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 AMIKids Crossroads. There are many ways to help, such as regular visits to get to know the youth, participating Wednesday evenings for game night, mentoring and tutoring, assisting with weekend meals, or making donations of money and needed items. Those who decide to take a youth to lunch, a movie or dinner must attend training, which takes only about two hours. Training is provided at the Punta Gorda Police Department. Call 941-627-9352 to learn more about becoming a volunteer and making a difference in the life of a young man. Â€ Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center: volunteers to perform tasks such as narrating boat trips, guiding exhibits (ex. Clyde Butcher photography), representation at local events and festivals, youth education, wading trip assistance, and many other exciting duties. If interested, contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 941-575-5435. Â€ Civil Air Patrol: The auxiliary of the United States Air Force and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, needs volunteers. No prior experience is needed, and everyone is welcome. For more information, call 941-639-1711. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Our Town Page 4E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSBill Fields, an 80-yearold North Port resident, signed up in 1947 for the New Jersey National Guard with a couple of high school buddies. By the time he Â“nished his 29 years of service in the military, he had served in the New Jersey National Guard, Regular Army, 82nd Airborne Division, Air Force Path Finder, Air Force Reserve, as a Navy paratrooper, in the New Jersey Air National Guard once more and, Â“nally, the Army National Guard in New Jersey, where it all began. ÂOn April 20, 1947, myself and two high school friends went down to see the recruiter. All three of us signed up for the New Jersey National Guard,ÂŽ he recalled more than a half-century later. ÂThe three of us went to Fort Dix, N.J., for basic training. Then I went on to Leadership Training at Dix. After that, I was sent to Washington for shipment to Japan.ÂŽ Occupying JapanIt took them two weeks to reach Yokohama aboard the transport ship USS Haynsworth. ÂFor Â“ve of those days we sailed through a storm at sea. I was sick as a dog like most everyone else aboard the ship,ÂŽ Fields recalled. He ended up as a ÂgruntÂŽ Â„ a riÂ”e-toting private Â„ in the 19th Infantry Division stationed at Camp Chickamauga on Kyushu, the southernmost island of the Japanese main islands. The 19th Division had distinguished itself during the American Civil War at the Battle of Chickamauga, just south of Chattanooga, Tenn. Under the command of Gen. George Thomas, Union forces saved the day against a nearly overwhelming Confederate onslaught. After the battle they called the general ÂThe Rock of Chickamauga.ÂŽ Outside the entrance to FieldsÂ Army post in Japan was a big rock with the 19th DivisionÂs crest attached. The soldiers called it ÂThe Rock of Chickamauga.ÂŽ Fields said being 18 and a member of the American occupation force in 1948 was an interesting experience. ÂThe Japanese civilians were very disciplined and very courteous. They were also hard-working, and we had very little problem with them,ÂŽ he said. ÂTimes were tough in Japan and people were still living in ramshackle places.ÂŽFields wasnÂt in the country long when he was transferred to the headquarters company as a member of the Intelligence and Reconnaissance Section. It was their job to check out Japanese police stations on the Island of Kyushu.ÂWe checked on the number of weapons and the amount of ammo each police station had. Usually it wasnÂt much Â„ a couple of handguns and 50 rounds of ammo. We also checked the number of crimes each station handled. Usually it was very low.ÂŽ U.S. ofÂ“cials also wanted to know abut any communist activities happening in the neighborhood. Apparently, they werenÂt doing much. His Intelligence and Reconnaissance group also spent much of their time determining the condition of the roads and bridges in that part of Japan. The U.S. Army wanted a status report on the roads and, in some cases, there was a need to send in American troops.In mid-1950, just before the outbreak of the Korean War, Fields returned to the states after serving 18 months overseas. A short while later he was discharged from the Army. ÂIn June 1950 all of my friends in the 19th Division were sent to Korea to Â“ght the war,ÂŽ he recalled. ÂMany of them didnÂt return. I had a particularly good friend, Duke Cranford, who IÂve stayed in touch with all these years. He went to Korea as part of the 19th Division. He was the only survivor of a combat mission over there.ÂŽJoining up ... againFields decided he liked the military so much he joined the New Jersey National Guard once more. After eight years in the guard, he decided to go back into the regular Army and signed up with the 82nd Airborne Division. He was a sergeant in the guard, but he had to sign up as a private when he joined the 82nd. ÂI went to jump school at Fort Bragg, N.C. I became an 81 mm mortar expert and a forward observer for the 82nd mortar unit,ÂŽ he said. After four years with the 82nd, Fields signed up with the Air ForceÂs PathÂ“nders at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. ÂI was called to active duty because of the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. We made a lot of jumps. It was our job to mark the drop zone for Air Transport Command that was delivering the goods to the target,ÂŽ Fields explained. Despite all his training, he never went into battle. After the Cuban Missile Crisis subsided, Fields returned to the Air Force Reserve and worked out of McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey as an Air Force loadmaster on a C-119 ÂFlying BoxcarÂŽ transport plane. It wasnÂt long after that the Navy was looking for someone with a lot of jump experience to work with them. Fields signed up. ÂOn my Â“rst jump with the Navy, I jumped out of the plane and then realized there was no drop zone below me,ÂŽ Fields said. ÂThey dropped me way out on a pine barren. I was lucky I didnÂt get impaled on a burned-out tree. ÂIt took me two hours to gather up my chute and two more hours to walk out of the woods with the aid of a compass pointing the way,ÂŽ he said. Fields decided to go back into the Army National Guard in 1963. He became a member of the 50th Armored Division for the next 19 years until his military job conÂ”icted with his civilian job as a supervisor at Wall Rope Co. in Beverly, N.J., and he retired for good in 1982 as a sergeant 1st class and a mortar expert in the 50th Division. Fields and Anne, his second wife, moved to North Port in 1999. Together they have Â“ve children. He has two with his Â“rst wife who is deceased, Wayne and Patricia. Anne has three from her Â“rst marriage, Daniel, Tracy and Amy. If you have a war story, or if a friend or neighbor has one, email Don Moore at donmoore39@gmail or call him at 941-426-2120. Visit www.donmooreswartales. com for more war stories. North Port manÂs military service spanned three branchesBy DON MOORESUN CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS PROVIDEDSgt. Bill Fields of North Port mans a .50-caliber machine gun atop an armored personnel carrier during his time with the 50th Armored Division in the 1970s. Bill Fields, left, is pictured with his best military buddy, Sgt. Duke Cranford, while serving with the 19th Infantry Division in Japan as occupation troops in 1950, just before the start of the Korean War. He lost many of his 19th Infantry Division buddies in Korea. However, Duke survived to retire after 30 years in the Army as a command sergeant major. FIELDS C a n Â t g e t e n o u g h F o o t b a l l ? C a n Â t g e t e n o u g h F o o t b a l l ? CanÂt get enough Football?K i c k o f f y o u r w e e k e n d s w i t h t h e S u n Â s K i c k o f f y o u r w e e k e n d s w i t h t h e S u n Â s Kick off your weekends with the SunÂs E E d i t i o n b o n u s s e c t i o n s ! E E d i t i o n b o n u s s e c t i o n s ! E-Edition bonus sections! S a t u r d a y S a t u r d a y Saturday 1 6 p a g e c o l l e g e f o o t b a l l 1 6 p a g e c o l l e g e f o o t b a l l 16-page college football p r e v i e w p r e v i e w preview 1 2 p a g e N F L p r e v i e w 1 2 p a g e N F L p r e v i e w 12-page NFL previewS u n d a y S u n d a y Sunday 8 p a g e c o l l e g e f o o t b a l l r e c a p 8 p a g e c o l l e g e f o o t b a l l r e c a p 8-page college football recapM o n d a y M o n d a y Monday 6 p a g e N F L r e c a p 6 p a g e N F L r e c a p 6-page NFL recapA l r e a d y a s u b s c r i b e r ? A l r e a d y a s u b s c r i b e r ? Already a subscriber? T h e n y o u g e t a l l t h i s a t n o a d d i t i o n a l c o s t ! T h e n y o u g e t a l l t h i s a t n o a d d i t i o n a l c o s t ! Then you get all this at no additional cost!H o m e d e l i v e r y s u b s c r i b e r s c a n a c t i v a t e t h e i r H o m e d e l i v e r y s u b s c r i b e r s c a n a c t i v a t e t h e i r Home delivery subscribers can activate their E E d i t i o n a c c o u n t b y c a l l i n g 9 4 1 2 0 6 1 3 0 0 E E d i t i o n a c c o u n t b y c a l l i n g 9 4 1 2 0 6 1 3 0 0 E-Edition account by calling 941-206-1300 YourSun.com adno=50469737 adno=5048 7636 301 W. Olympia Ave., Punta Gorda Â€ 575-2273 www.drmarkgraf. c omF o r m e r f a c u l t y m e m b e r o f Former faculty member of M a r q u e t t e U n i v e r s i t y Marquette University S c h o o l o f D e n t i s t r y School of DentistryG e n e r a l & I m p l a n t General & Implant D e n t i s t r y Dentistry adno=504865503095 Tamiami Trail, Unit B Port Charlotte, FL (between Olean & Elkcam Blvds) Call 627-0464 Dr. Robert Hooper Board Certified Doctor of Audiology Since 1975 Â€ Affordable $19 69 a month per aid Â€ Free batteries Â€ 5 year loss & damage coverage Â€ 5 year warranty Â€ Replaced every 5 years Â€ Purchase at any time HEARING HEALTH CARE CENTERS www.eartronics.com LEASE YOUR HEARING AID LEASE YOUR HEARING AID adno=50486362 14 Day Risk Free Trial
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net E/N/C Our Town Page 5 FROM PAGE ONE OBITUARIESCHARLOTTE Lela R. SchosekLela R. Schosek, 99, of Port Charlotte, Fla., passed away peacefully Friday, Oct. 23, 2015, at her home. She was born July 4, 1916, in Buffalo, N.Y., to Gilbert and Olga Finch and moved to Port Charlotte in 1969, from Hamburg, N.Y. Lela was a kind and wonderful woman who enjoyed life to the fullest. She loved her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and friends. She will be missed dearly by all who loved and knew her. Survivors include a daughter, Nancy (Ron) Hickson of Port Charlotte; numerous grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Emmitt; son, Emmitt Jr.; daughter, Vivian; and a grandson, Jerry. Services will be held at a later date by the family in New York. Friends may visit at www.robersonfh.com to sign the memory book and extend condolences to the family. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory Port Charlotte Chapel.ENGLEWOODNo deaths were reported in Englewood Sunday.NORTH PORTNo deaths were reported in North Port Sunday.DESOTO COUNTYNo deaths were reported in DeSoto County Sunday. OBITUARY POLICY Obituaries are accepted from funeral homes only. ThereÂs no charge for publishing an abbreviated death notice. Full obituaries and repeat death notices will be subject to an advertising charge. Obituaries must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Saturday publication. For Sunday publication deadline is noon on Saturday. For Monday publication deadline is noon on Sunday. In Loving Memories must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Friday publication. For Saturday through Monday publication deadline is noon on Friday. T he American ag accompanying an obituary indicates a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Please send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Memorials in the Sun Honor your passed loved ones anytime with a personalized memorial tribute. Call (941) 206-1028 for rates. Established in 2011, the Parkside CRA authorized $9 million for improvements in the area. But delays have hounded some of the projects. The beautiÂ“cation and expansion of Harbor Boulevard, for example, canÂt really get started without the acquisition of some easements. Although full plans should be completed next month, some property owners are holding out, said Kelly Slaughter, county project engineer. ÂQuite frankly, the easements have held us up about six months,ÂŽ Commissioner Tricia Duffy said during a recent Parkside CRA meeting. ÂThey donÂt understand that weÂre partners in this.ÂŽ The Harbor Boulevard project calls for a four-lane divided roadway, with raised median, along with multiuse paths on both sides, plus landscaping, decorative lighting and utility improvements, with Florida Power & Light lines placed underground. Another bump in the road is the proposed monument sign announcing the gateway into Parkside. Again, gaining the necessary land from a property owner remains a challenge, Slaughter said. As an alternative, Commissioner Chris Constance suggested checking with the Florida Department of Transportation for permission to use the existing light poles to hang an entrance banner. Still, the project is within its $4.43 million budget, said Chris Beers, contracting engineer. Similar improvements are planned for Olean Boulevard. Brian Barnes, who oversees capital projects for the county, said a Â“nal recommendation, with cost estimates, will be presented in March, after a public meeting is held to get more input on factors such as number of lanes, access points and landscaping. Meanwhile, a proposed multiuse path also faces a dilemma. While pathways are still planned on both sides of West Tarpon Boulevard, Beers explained there is not enough room along Ambrose Lane for a 10-foot-wide trail on just one side of the road. ÂThe right of way is limited,ÂŽ Beers said. Current plans call for an 8-foot-wide sidewalk, decorative lighting, roadside swales but no additional landscaping. To expand the pathway to 10 feet, options include asking residents for an additional 2 feet of right of way or going to underground pipes for drainage, which would save space but be much more expensive than swales. ÂAre we better off going to a closed system?ÂŽ Commissioner Ken Doherty asked. Commissioner Duffy said a 10-foot-wide sidewalk was endorsed by the 2011 Parkside CitizensÂ Master Plan, along with TEAM Parkside, with the idea of accommodating golf carts at some point in the future. She added, however, that residents would support an 8-foot-wide sidewalk, considering the obstacles. ÂI have a sense of what the people would prefer,ÂŽ Duffy said. A decision is expected at TuesdayÂs Parkside CRA meeting, starting at 2 p.m. in the County Commission Chambers at 18500 Murdock Circle.Email: email@example.com TRAILFROM PAGE 1someone coming right at you.ÂŽ Davis said he doesnÂt know if she eventually stopped for deputies or caused a crash because he couldnÂt see anything in his rearview mirror after the woman passed him. ÂI guess we were lucky,ÂŽ he said. ÂWe werenÂt in the right place at the right time though.ÂŽ Wrong-way driving isnÂt speciÂ“cally tracked by local law enforcement agencies. However, all acknowledge it happens. Interstate ramps, U.S. 41 and one-way streets are the most vulnerable, reported spokespeople from Sarasota and Charlotte counties. Although data isnÂt easily available on wrong-way crashes, FloridaÂs Integrated Report Exchange System allows users to look up crash and other driver-related data. According to the FIRES, there have been 4,536 crashes in Sarasota County so far in 2015, and 1,998 in Charlotte County. Florida Highway Patrol Troop F, which works the I-75 corridor from Sarasota to Charlotte County, including crashes in Englewood, Venice and Port Charlotte, reported 8,750 crashes. FHP spokesmen Greg Bueno said wrong-way drivers are included in those statistics. Earlier this year, North Port Â“reÂ“ghters and paramedics responded to a head-on collision on I-75 in North Port at milemarker 186 northbound. The driver in the northbound lane couldnÂt avoid the person driving the wrong way at night and was hit head on. The occupants in both vehicles were taken to area hospitals. Charlotte County Sgt. Jason Doherty of the SheriffÂs OfÂ“ce TrafÂ“c Unit said wrong-way driving happens for many reasons. ÂThe two most common are due to impairment and being unfamiliar with the roadways,ÂŽ he said. ÂSeasonal residents are probably the ones most likely to have this problem.ÂŽ CCSO spokeswoman Tammy Wilkie, said accidents on U.S. 41 and I-75 Âlead the way in trafÂ“c accidentsÂŽ for the department. She added, Punta Gorda police ofÂ“cers likely see wrong-way drivers often because of the number of one-way directional streets in the town. ÂI am sure they see a lot more of these types of accidents than we do,ÂŽ she said.What is being done about wrong-way drivers?In 2012, the National Transportation Safety Board released a WrongWay Driving Highway Special Investigation Report. The investigation examined what is considered Âone of the most serious types of highway accidents Â„ collisions involving vehicles traveling the wrong way on high-speed divided highways.ÂŽ The goal of this investigative project was to identify relevant safety recommendations to prevent wrong-way collisions on such highways and access ramps. The investigation included a focused view of the driver and highway issues affecting wrong-way collisions. The report addressed driver impairment, primarily from alcohol use, with consideration of older driver issues and possible drug involvement; the need to establish, through trafÂ“c control devices and highway design, distinctly different views for motorists approaching entrance and exit ramps; monitoring and intervention programs for wrong-way collisions; and in-vehicle driver support systems. The NTSB analysis of Fatality Analysis and Reporting System data for 2004Â…2009 found on average in the U.S., there were 9,393 wrong-way crashes with 261 ending in a fatality on highspeed, divided highways. The NTSB restricted its analysis to 1,566 fatal crashes that occurred on entrance/exit ramps and controlled-access highways. Wrong-way collisions occur most often at night and during the weekends, and tend to take place in the lane closest to the median. According to the report, more than 60 percent of the wrongway driving cases were caused by drivers impaired by alcohol. The report concluded that Ânew countermeasures to alcohol-impaired driving, as well as renewed emphasis at the federal, state and local level, are needed.ÂŽ The installation of alcohol ignition interlocks on the vehicles of all DUI offenders would reduce accidents caused by alcohol-impaired drivers. Given that older drivers are over-represented in wrong-way collisions, efforts are needed to reduce the involvement of older drivers in wrongway collisions, according to the report. Based on state sign inventory results and investigative examples, controlled-access highway exit ramp signs in some locations are not sized and placed in compliance with the current Federal Highway Administration manual on Uniform TrafÂ“c Control Devices. The report concluded, to reduce wrong-way errors, ÂtrafÂ“c control devices should be designed to make exit ramps readily distinguishable from entrance ramps; to some extent, this can be achieved by addressing signage, roadway marking, and roadway lighting.ÂŽ Bueno said: ÂMotorists are encouraged to contact the Florida Highway Patrol by calling *FHP (*347) should they encounter or witness impaired or wrong-way drivers.ÂŽEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org called a Âcommon law grand juryÂŽ to replace the state and countyÂs grand jury. ÂIt is the duty of the peopleÂs common law grand jury to expose all fraud and corruption whether it is in the political or judicial realm and stop it,ÂŽ speaker Kathy Bolam said. ÂThe common law grand jury is basically a primary tool to keep government faithful to the Constitution.ÂŽ Speaker Roger Dowdell said the existing judicial system has been hijacked by the government and power taken from the people. ÂIn Sarasota County, our grand jury has been unconstitutional, converted into a fully dependent entity dependent primarily on the direction and control of the state attorney, an ofÂ“cer of the court,ÂŽ he said. He said itÂs no longer possible for anyone to receive due process because the government controls the courts and the charter needs to be amended. ÂNo one is afforded a fully constitutional trial in Sarasota County,ÂŽ Dowdell said. But CRB members said they couldnÂt recommend any changes to the charter that are contrary to state law, and the proposal appears to be doing just that. ÂThe charter cannot conÂ”ict with state law,ÂŽ Deputy County Attorney Kathleen Schneider said. ÂWhether this does or not, I donÂt know.ÂŽ Despite questions of the legality of the proposed charter amendment and if the CRB is even the body to be hearing the case, a motion to form a special committee to look into the matter failed with a 4-4 vote. Fast forward to Oct. 14: The issue was before the CRB once again, and a vote for forming a special committee was again shot down, this time by a 5-2 vote. County Commissioner Charles Hines said he was very surprised that the board would even entertain the idea of taking up the issue. ÂYouÂre sitting here being told by your county attorney that you canÂt do this and you still move on,ÂŽ he said. ÂEven if we wanted to put it in the charter, itÂs going to get shot down because you canÂt do it.ÂŽ As far as changing the way the board is chosen, heÂs not really sure where he stands. ÂItÂs not something thatÂs sitting here burning me that we need to make a change. IÂd like to know why we are the only county in the state to do this,ÂŽ he said. CRB member Joe Justice of North Port voted against the special committee proposal both times it was on the Â”oor. ÂI guess IÂm kind of on the fence, mainly because I donÂt know whose jurisdiction this is,ÂŽ he said. ÂI still donÂt know if we can do this or even if we are the right ones to decide.ÂŽ But he is a fan of appointing board members. ÂI donÂt see why we donÂt have them appointed,ÂŽ he said. ÂIf commissioners are going to appoint someone, theyÂre not going to appoint someone who is going to screw up.ÂŽ Just like the common law jury proposal, that too would require a charter revision, and Robinson said thatÂs nothing to be taken lightly. ÂA charter is like a constitution. It shouldnÂt be changed often,ÂŽ she said.Email: email@example.comSCRUTINYFROM PAGE 1 FATALFROM PAGE 1 SUN PHOTOS BY GARY ROBERTSThe 10-foot-wide pathway along the west side of Elkcam, along with enhanced landscaping, is the rst of a series of connecting routes transforming Parkside into a walkable community. With a narrow road and right of way, there is not enough room for a 10-foot-wide sidewalk on Ambrose Lane, as part of the Parkside multi-use trails and greenway system. A nal decision on the pathwayÂs width is expected Tuesday at the Parkside Community Redevelopment Agency meeting.
Our Town Page 6E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSEditorÂs note: This column is from the SunÂs archives. The column originally ran on Oct. 27, 2013. Another Halloween is upon us! Spooks, monsters, goblins and heaven knows what will be knocking on our doors again. But before the kiddies head out, they need a good start with full tummies. We mothers and grandmas know why Âƒ by sending them out with a satisfying meal they wonÂt get too wasted on sweets! Have a great and safe Halloween! DonÂt forget All SaintÂs Day on Nov. 1. Thanks for reading. I welcome your calls, emails and recipes.BRAINS ON THE HALF SKULL2 large baking potatoes 8 ounces thin spaghetti 14 ounces spaghetti sauce Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Wash potatoes and cut in half cross-wise. Place potatoes cut side up on a baking sheet, bake for 40 minutes. While potatoes bake, prepare spaghetti according to package directions. Drain cooked spaghetti in colander. A few minutes before potatoes are ready, heat spaghetti sauce (blood) in a small pot. Remove potatoes from oven and scoop out the insides. You wonÂt need the inside as the empty shells will serve as Âskulls.ÂŽ Combine spaghetti sauce with spaghetti to make the ÂbrainsÂŽ Put a scoop of bloody brains in each skull and serve. (Recipe from familyfun.com.)EDIBLE EYEBALLSIngredients: Carrots, cream cheese, pitted black olives. Slice carrots into 1-inch thick chunks. Top each with a blob of cream cheese and Â½ of a pitted black olive Âƒ serve. FINGER FOOD APPETIZERSCooked red hotdogs (Â“ngers) Cooked white hot dogs (Â“ngers) Pimento stuffed olives (eyeballs) Grapes (eyeballs) Cherry tomatoes (bloody eyeballs) Baby onions (ghost eyeballs) Gherkin pickles (goblin Â“ngers) Cheese cubes Fruit slices FLORDIA LOVEBUGS AND FRIENDS2 cups chocolate chips Â½ cup corn syrup 3 tablespoons butter 7 cups Rice Krispies Sprinkles Line a baking sheet with waxed paper. Combine chocolate chips, corn syrup, and butter in a pot. Stir over medium heat till melted. Remove from heat, add cereal, stirring to coat. Butter your hands and shape the mixture into Florida love bugs, or bugs of your choice. Decorate with sprinkles. MOMMA CHICKIES CHICKEN CAESAR SALADÂ½ cup Caesar dressing, divided 4 small skinless, boneless chicken breasts 1 head romaine lettuce torn into bite sized pieces Salt, pepper, garlic powder to taste 1-2 cups crotons1Â‡4 cup bacon bits Â½ cup grated Parmesan cheese Pour 1Â‡4 cup of Caesar dressing over the chicken, refrigerate 20 minutes or more to marinate; drain and discard marinade. Salt and pepper chicken, sprinkle with garlic powder. Cook in a greased skillet till tender, about 12 minutes, cut into thin slices and let cool. Toss lettuce and remaining Caesar dressing, chicken, crotons and bacon bits. Sprinkle with lots of Parmesan cheese. Serves 4.TUNA SLOPPY JOES3 cans of tuna in water (drained)1Â‡4 cup Â“nely chopped onion1Â‡4 cup Â“nely chopped green pepper 11Â‡2 cups barbecue sauce Combine all ingredients in a non-stick skillet. Heat on low, stirring occasionally, 10-15 minutes. Serve on toasted hamburger buns. Feeds four.TOMATO, RED PEPPER, ASPARAGUS FRENCH BREAD PIZZA1 cup diced asparagus 1 cup diced Roma tomatoes 1 cup diced red bell pepper 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 loaf French bread, about 8 inches long, sliced in half and cut into 4-inch sections 1 cup pizza sauce 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly grease a baking sheet. In small bowl add asparagus, tomatoes and red pepper; add garlic and toss lightly. Arrange French bread on sheet and add 1Â‡4 cup pizza sauce and 1Â‡4 cup of vegetable mixture to each section. Sprinkle each with1Â‡4 cup mozzarella. Bake till cheese is lightly browned and vegetables tender, about 8-10 minutes. Serves 4.DOUBLE QUICK COOKIE SQUARES30 square graham crackers 6 ounces semi-sweet chocolate pieces1Â‡2 cup grated coconut 1 can (14-ounce) sweetened condensed milk1Â‡2 cup chopped pecans, or any nut Crumble graham crackers into a bowl. Add chocolate, coconut and condensed milk, blend to moisten crackers. Turn into a greased 9x9 baking sheet, top with pecans. Bake at 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Cookies will be slightly moist. Cool on wire rack and cut into squares. Makes about 3 dozen cookies. Neat eats for All-HallowÂs Eve Eating on the CheapMary Kleiss COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSÂLittle UÂ at libraryÂLittle UÂŽ for young children will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. today in the North Port Library Youth Activity Room, 13800 S. Tamiami Trail. The free program features songs, activities, a story and a craft for 3-5-yearolds. Presenter, Toni Salvatore. For more information, call 941-861-1312.CityÂs future land-use map to be discussedNorth Port Friends of Wildlife will sponsor a presentation by Michele Norton, Planning Division manager for the city of North PortÂs Neighborhood Development Services, at 6 p.m. Nov. 24 at the North Port Library, 13800 S. Tamiami Trail. This will be an opportunity for all to learn what North Port may look like once itÂs built out. Norton will share and discuss the cityÂs future land-use map and share how zoning is situated throughout the city. She will answer questions like: How developed is the city of North Port now? How will it compare to other Florida cities? What is the expected number of its population once itÂs built out? What percentage of green spaces, parks, etc., are being preserved? Norton will provide an overview and will then welcome questions from the audience. For more information, call NPFOWL at 941876-3720 or visit www. northportfriendsofwildlife.org. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT adno=50485669
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net E/N/COur Town Page 7 Look for a third crossword in the Sun Classified section. LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSSARASOTA Â„ A 48-year-old Venice man died from injuries sustained after his vehicle collided with a semitruck at the intersection of University Parkway and Park Boulevard on Saturday morning. The Florida Highway Patrol reported he was driving a 2006 Ford Mustang westbound on University Parkway toward Park when he ran a red light and into the path of a 2004 Mack Vision semi-truck making a left onto Park from the eastbound lane. The driver of the Mustang, identiÂ“ed as Henry Valentino, of Venice, was pronounced dead at the scene. There were no passengers. Semi-truck driver Gerald Zehr, 31, of Myakka City, was not injured. The incident occurred at 8:10 a.m. ItÂs unknown whether alcohol was a factor in the running of the red light. The fatal accident closed down the roadway for nearly four hours as FHP troopers investigated the scene. The Charlotte County SheriÂs Oce reported the following arrests: Â€ Nancy Beauzil-Toussaint, 40, Pinehurst Place, Rotonda West. Charge: battery. Bond: $1,000. Â€ Tiany Diann May, 28, 1800 block of Lavilla Road, Punta Gorda. Charge: driving while license suspended second oense. Bond: $2,500. Â€ Shermel Hargrove, 32, 300 block of San Ambrosio St., Punta Gorda. Charges: DUI, and violation of probation. Bond: none. Â€ Travis Allen Long, 19, 14100 block of Nevada Ave., Port Charlotte. Charges: possession or use of drug paraphernalia, and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Bond: $4,000. Â€ James Wesley Sanford, 42, 3200 block of Elkrem Ave., North Port. Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond: $120. Â€ Kara Nicole Givens, 34, 700 block of Springview Ave. NW, Port Charlotte. Charge: battery. Bond: $2,500. Â€ Carl Thomas Laerty Jr., 51, 1500 block of Beacon Drive, Port Charlotte. Charge: battery (second or subsequent oense). Bond: $10,000. Â€ Richard Leon Tolbert Jr., 24, 1200 block of Guild St., Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: none. Â€ Dakota Michael Bush Cartwright, 19, 9500 block of Honeymoon Drive, Port Charlotte. Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond: $500. Â€ Amanda Jean Canada, 28, 8600 block of Attala Ave., North Port. Charge: grand theft. Bond: $5,000. Â€ Alexander Melnitchouk, 27, 3800 block of Tonkin Drive, North Port. Charges: grand theft, possession of controlled substance without a prescription, possession or use of drug paraphernalia, and violation of probation. Bond: none. Â€ Keith Bucklin, 53, 11100 block of Willington Ave., Englewood. Charge: battery. Bond: $4,000. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrests: Â€ Todd Johnston, 27, 6700 block of Dennison Ave., North Port. Charges: battery and threatening a public servant or family. Bond: none. Â€ Christopher Lukert, 19, 2100 block of Belvidere St., North Port. Charges: DUI with property damage and possession of liquor by a person under 21 years of age. Bond: $620. The Sarasota County SheriÂs Oce reported the following arrests: Â€ George Bellan, 23, 200 block of S. Verona St., Nokomis. Charge: battery by strangulation. Bond: none. Â€ Gabriel Sloan, 20, 400 block of N. Havana Road, Venice. Charge: reckless driving. Bond: $120. Â€ Shawn Sorenson, 34, 100 block of Colonia Lane, Nokomis. Charge: Pinellas County warrant for sleeping or camping in public. Bond: $118. The Florida Highway Patrol reported the following arrest: Â€ Lisa Lightner, 46, 1000 block of Ruisdael Circle, Nokomis. Charge: DUI. Bond: $500.Â„ Compiled by Sommer Brokaw and Lorraine SchneebergerVenice man dies in collision with semi POLICE BEATThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffÂs 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. ENGLEWOOD Â„ Arm parts dangle from the unauthorized organ donorÂs dungeon. A few crazy clowns run through the hallway while adult babies cry for their half-dead mommies. These and other crazy, scary scenes will Â“ll each room of the Englewood Area Fire DistrictÂs training center, which has been transformed into a three-story haunted house. Children 6 and up are encouraged to greet the ugly clowns and taunt the ax man during their journey through the haunted house beginning at 6 p.m. on Friday. ÂWe will have something that scares people on each of the three Â”oors,ÂŽ said Rusty McCord, a Â“reÂ“ghter paramedic with the Englewood Area Fire District. ÂOn one of the Â”oors there will be all polka dots. There will be men that blend into the polka-dotted walls. It will be pretty creepy-looking. There will be adult babies. That will also be strange and somewhat scary.ÂŽ McCord said creatures and crazed organ donor characters will not touch anyone. Instead they will jump out and scare any willing participants. ÂThis is the Â“rst time we are doing a haunted house,ÂŽ McCord said. ÂWe are thankful to BabeÂs Plumbing in Venice for their donation of pipes. We needed sprinkler systems in all of the rooms of our three Â”oor attraction.ÂŽ Shane Williams, a Â“reÂ“ghter/paramedic, who plays the crazed unofÂ“cial organ donor, said the haunted house is under construction and mostly being done by members of the Englewood Fire Extraction Team. Proceeds from the haunted house will go to the extraction team and the Bikes for Tykes program sponsored by local Englewood Â“reÂ“ghters. FireÂ“ghters give bicycles and helmets to children from families that struggle economically. The Â“reÂ“ghters also provide turkeys to the families to enjoy over the Christmas holiday. The extrication team, which is made up of Englewood Â“reÂ“ghters, plans to compete in Clearwater on Thursday and Friday. ÂWe will be going up against about 20 teams,ÂŽ Williams said. Last November, the extrication team competed in the World Rescue Challenge in England. It cost them $12,000. Team members must raise funds in order to travel to compete and represent Florida and sometimes the United States in the competitions which include timed scenarios to simulate real-world situations in which victims are trapped in vehicles. The haunted house is only open for one night along with a not-so-scary maze for children ages 1 to 5. Although there are dead ends in the maze, children will receive candy when they accidentally make wrong turns. The cost is $6 per person for the haunted house and $1 for the kid-friendly maze. The maze and haunted house is open from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at 13400 Haligan Way, next to Sky Academy. Participants must park behind Sky Academy and will be able to get to the facility via a small walkway. Participants can wear costumes, but not masks. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Haunted house proceeds will benefit firefighters, children By ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITYNEWSEDITOR SUN PHOTOS BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHPlastic body parts dangle from the scary dungeon led by Shane Williams at the haunted house at the Englewood Area Fire District training facility. The house will be open on Friday to scare anyone who dares to visit the strange creatures. The cost is $6 per person. Rusty McCord, left, watches as his co-workers create a not-so-scary kidÂs maze for children 1 to 5 near the haunted house at the Englewood Area Fire District training facility.
Our Town Page 8 E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as for grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name Â„ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, but must be provided. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse, and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Sun , Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980, or fax to 941-629-2085. Readers with access to the Internet may email Letters to the Editor at email@example.com. HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE EDITOREmail letters to firstname.lastname@example.orgChairman Â„ Derek Dunn-Rankin Publisher Â„ David Dunn-Rankin Executive Editor Â„ Chris Porter Editorial page editor Â„ Stephen Baumann Editor Â„ John Hackworth V IEWPOINTEurope should not accept migrants A ÂfactÂ check of editorial NRA supporters should be shamed Now rationing favorite Scotch Keep tradition in December U.S. must x immigration policyEditor: With the current and ongoing immigrant/refugee crisis affecting almost all of Europe, we are witnessing the self-genocide and the cultural suicide of the European peoples, thanks to the idiotic open-borders utterances of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the crisis. Allowing the Â”ooding of Europe with anti-Semites certainly does not honor the millions who died in the Holocaust. It is possible that Europe could survive this crisis if the incoming tide consisted mostly of Christians or even of non-believers Â”eeing from the Middle East. However, the vast majority of the current migrants are not refugees but are young Muslim migrant men who bring with them Shariah law and all of its eventual negative manifestations, such as forced conversion to Islam, secondclass status for women, non-believers, Christians, Jews and those of other faiths and possible death for homosexuals, blasphemers and apostates. For future Europeans, the music of Beethoven, Chopin and others, the art of Rubens, Michelangelo and others and the great writings of Shakespeare, Dickens and others may become things in forgotten memories. Only in the United States will the great European cultures be remembered, but only if the United States itself survives the Obama administrationÂs misguided and dangerous policy of encouraging the immigration of unvetted and unvettable migrants from the Middle East. Jose Sanchez EnglewoodEditor: The more I read the editorial of Oct. 23 the more irate I became. What is really going on here? LetÂs do a little ÂfactÂŽ check. Did the Oct. 13 commission meeting contain many substantive items which would and should require it to run long? Fact: Yes. Editor: You know these men. They live in your neighborhood. Why do they want unlicensed, unregulated gun sales? Why do they want guns to be available to wife abusers and insane people? Why do they want access to any kind of gun purchases anytime, any place by anyone? Why do they want open carry of loaded AK47s into Publix? Why do they want to own these assault guns? Why do they give money to an organization just to support the manufacturers of guns? Why do they want to arm our immature college kids? Why do they agree that 5-year-olds can have a .22-caliber pink or blue riÂ”e? Why do they oppose the Brady Bill? Why repeat, ÂGuns donÂt kill people, people kill Editor: No COLA for Social Security checks because gas prices are down. But Âƒ Our national debt is pushing $19 trillion and rising. Charlotte County continues to blow through countless millions on wish list projects, budget increases everywhere for bloated payrolls, etc. I thought the sales tax increase was supposed to cover all these Â”uff dreams. Flood insurance went up 30 percent over the last couple of years. We canÂt wait to see what the homeowners insurance bill will be in December. How about the utility bills? WeÂre at the limit for what we can afford to spend on housing. Any more and Charlotte County will be a fading memory in our rear view mirror. Food prices are out of control. Decent ground beef has gone from $3.99 to $5.99 when you can Â“nd it. Buy more beans and rice. Even these have gone up dramatically. Obviously, the Obamas donÂt eat ground beef or pay their grocery bills. IÂve had to ration my favorite malt Scotch or endure the lower-shelf version. And the list(s) could go on Â“lling volumes. Wake up, Americans. Makes me wonder why I worked 49 years and paid all my federal, state and local taxes.Donald F. Sullivan RotondaEditor: I have lived in Punta Gorda for 25 years. As far back as I can remember, the city has had a Christmas tree at the corner of West Marion and Taylor. The lighting of the tree was always the Â“rst Friday in December. At Â“rst, it was a simple program with a school group singing carols. The sound system was supplied by a member of the Business Alliance. Some years ago, the Downtown Merchants Association came to the city and asked that the tree be moved to Hector Park. At that time the council said Âno,ÂŽ so the DMA decided they would have their own tree in Hector Park, forgetting that the downtown businesses were along West Marion. When the Business Alliance became the Punta Gorda Chamber, the chamber took over the lighting festivities, growing it into a great extravaganza which became very expensive. In December 2004, my wife and I visited Celebration, Fla., and witnessed the snow show each night. I told my wife that the following year we would have snow at the cityÂs tree lighting. I personally purchased two snow machines and at the tree lighting in 2005 we had snow in downtown Punta Gorda. It has become a tradition. When my snow machines Editor: Our land has been a goal for immigrants from the time people crossed the ice bridge some 12,000 years ago. Europeans set their ships to sea and headed this way. The indigenous people didnÂt have an immigration policy. Look what happened to them. This land became our country and our pioneers spread westward. We even migrated onto Mexican Territory (Texas). Mexico had a poor immigration policy and there was an inÂ”ux of American immigrants/settlers. Eventually, this failed policy resulted in TexasÂ war with Mexico. Most of us know this as the War for Texan Independence. America was open to immigration without questioning any policies. Several states decided that they would set their own policies. The Supreme Court (1875) said that immigration was a responsibility of the federal government, thus telling the states hands-off. The issues we are having currently with immigration are very similar to issues our country has faced throughout history. How many actually believe that this country will be able to stop immigration? Our country has a social and economic problem. Will we Â“x it or will we let history repeat itself?Lloyd Stilson Port CharlotteA response to medical emergency OUR POSITION: Sarasota County SheriffÂs OfÂ“ce makes a life-afÂ“rming response to extreme medical emergencies.Anyone who suffers severe allergies to something like bee venom or peanuts knows that getting stung by a bee sting or swallowing a peanut can quickly become a crisis. Those in the throes of anaphylactic shock may experience a sudden drop in blood pressure, a spike in pulse, choking of the airways, nausea and vomiting. A frightening emergency. ThatÂs why anyone with those allergies is wise to carry something called an EpiPen, a small device that injects a quick jolt of the drug epinephrine into the bloodstream. EMS workers carry them. They are life saving antidotes. Along a similar vein comes an auto-injector used to quickly administer the drug naloxone to anyone who is suffering the effects of an overdose of opioids like heroin. ItÂs a proven lifesaver and something that should be accepted and used by all police agencies and emergency medical squads. Earlier this month, Sarasota County Sheriff Tom Knight held a press conference to publicize the antidote and the fact that his deputies would carry naloxone auto-injectors with them. Sarasota is the Â“rst SheriffÂs OfÂ“ce in the state to be so equipped, thanks to a donation of 800 EVZIO injectors from a Virginia pharmaceutical company. It is a timely and laudable action. ÂThe rising number of overdose deaths from heroin and opioid-based prescription drugs is one of the top concerns of our community,ÂŽ Knight said. ÂDeputies are often the Â“rst to arrive on scene, and with this donation they will have additional, potentially lifesaving opportunities in the Â“ght against overdose deaths.ÂŽ Earlier this year, Gov. Rick Scott signed the Emergency Treatment for Opioid Overdose Act, making Florida the 20th state to have a law that permits law enforcement ofÂ“cers and Â“rst responders to carry and administer drugs like naloxone in overdose cases. Florida ranks 11th in states with the highest number of deaths due to heroin and opioid overdoses. In recent years, with the tightening of state law and local ordinances aimed at curtailing so-called pill mills, heroin use has spiked in the state. With it has come a rise in heroin overdoses. As Knight pointed out, Sarasota County has seen Â“ve overdose deaths in the past year. The availability of this antidote can help give individuals a second chance at life. Knight is to be commended for his positive and compassionate response to a community epidemic and for seizing an opportunity to afÂ“rm life. North Port Police chief Kevin Vespia said he was excited about the possibility of equipping ofÂ“cers with naloxone; his department is already working on it. When contacted by a Sun reporter, spokespersons said the Charlotte County SheriffÂs Department and Punta Gorda Police Department had no such plans. They should reconsider, now that the Legislature has opened the door to immediate treatment by professionals sworn to serve and protect. As time goes on, more Americans are realizing that drug addiction is foremost a complex and difÂ“cult medical problem. The Â“rst step in treatment is keeping the patient alive. In most cases has Commissioner Yates kept to the time allotted her by the mayor? Fact: Yes. For this editor to say that Commissioner Yates kept others from addressing any issue is just ludicrous. And to suggest that the commission ignored any issue because they were afraid Commissioner Yates would drag an item out is so inappropriate. What is this commission for, if not for all commissioners to address issues? DonÂt our other commissioners have the same opportunity to address issues? They certainly do, and did, as you may have noticed with the item relating to the new policy which limits City Hall use by the public. Are there many votes which are 4-1 or 3-2? Fact: Yes. At most meetings where Commissioner Yates has raised questions or concerns have I heard either someone on the dais or staff at the podium thanking Commissioner Yates for Â“nding something needing correction, changing or looking into. Fact: Yes. Have some important votes which went 4-1, with Commissioner Yates dissenting, come back to the city as problems or issues? Fact: Yes. I can use the public records request as a perfect example of this. Sun , what really is going on?Kathy Lanza North Portpeople?ÂŽ (ItÂs obvious that if people kill people then why do people need guns?) And I ask, why do we have to read their nonsense spewed in letters to the editor that are obviously NRA propaganda? Do these men call themselves pro-life Christians? Ask these NRA supporters living in your neighborhood, while they shop at your stores and attend your parties, why they support and purposely repeat these NRA lies? The NRA and gun manufacturers are proÂ“ting on the deaths of women, children, whole families and people praying in church, movie-goers and college kids. Ask them why they support the NRA that operates to advance the proliferation of weapons into our community. Ask every time you meet them. Shame them. They deserves shaming.Patricia Flynn Punta Gordastarted acting erratically, the city bought its own machines. Now I understand the DMA wants to move the lighting date to before Thanksgiving. I have asked the City Council to continue with the Â“rst Friday of December. LetÂs get back to the basics and have some carolers, lighting of the tree and snow. The City Council has ignored my request and has agreed to have the tree lighting on Nov. 19. It is sad the PC people have forgotten the reason for the season. Call it whatever you want, but to me it will always be a Christmas tree and a city tradition.Steve Fabian Punta Gorda
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net E/N/COur Town Page 9 VIEWPOINTThe debate over measures to reduce gun violence poses a cruel paradox. The most effective steps are politically unthinkable and likely unconstitutional. More restrained approaches, such as tighter background checks and reduced ammunition magazine sizes, have proved maddeningly impossible to maneuver through the political process and are open to the charge that they would not stop the killing. This critique is correct but unpersuasive. With hundreds of millions of guns in circulation, small tweaks will not stop the carnage; certainly no single tweak alone will. Yet that is an argument for achievable half-measures, not for paralysis. And despite the otherwise gridlocked politics of gun control, there may be a sliver of political hope for proposals to address a relatively small but especially heartbreaking aspect of the problem: the lethal mix of guns and domestic abuse. Since the 1990s, federal law has barred those convicted of domestic abuse from legally buying guns. But existing law suffers from a Âstalker gap,ÂŽ a Âboyfriend gapÂŽ and a Ârestraining-order gap.ÂŽ Individuals convicted of misdemeanor stalking offenses are not barred from passing background checks and buying guns. In addition, abusers who are not married, do not live together or do not share a child Â„ those in dating relationships Â„ arenÂt covered by the ban. More controversially, although abusers subject to permanent restraining orders cannot legally possess or purchase guns, no such prohibition applies in situations where only a temporary order is in place. In other words, the protections are lowest at precisely the point when women are in the greatest danger. The numbers demonstrate both the gender gap in the nature of violent crime and how deadly these loopholes may be. As to the gender gap: Women are less likely than men to be the victims of violent crime, but when they are, the perpetrator is far more likely to be someone they know. Between 2003 and 2012, one-third of female murder victims were killed by a male intimate partner, compared with 2.5 percent of men, according to Â“gures analyzed by the Center for American Progress. More than half of these killings were committed with guns. The numbers are staggering: 6,410 deaths, more than the total number of U.S. troops who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. Indeed, according to a study by the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research, having a gun in the house increases the risk of intimate-partner homicide by eight times compared to households without guns Â„ and 20-fold when there is a history of domestic violence. As to the loopholes: One study of female murder victims in 10 cities found that 76 percent of women murdered by a current or former intimate partner experienced stalking in the preceding year. The share of victims killed in dating situations is rising; nearly half of those killed by intimate partners in 2008 were murdered by boyfriends, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. And in the 17 states that have expanded gun prohibitions to those subject to temporary restraining orders, overall intimate-partner homicides fell by nearly one-Â“fth. Nor do violent abusers simply turn to other methods when deprived of guns; according to Michigan State criminologist April Zeoli, prohibiting those subject to domestic-violence restraining orders from having guns reduces not only Â“rearm homicides but murders by other means. Could confronting domestic violence be an exception to the general gridlock on gun violence? Americans for Responsible Solutions, the group co-founded by former Rep. Gabby Giffords after the Tucson shooting, has launched an effort to push for federal and state changes. In Congress, a proposal by Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., that would close the stalker and boyfriend gaps, just attracted a Republican co-sponsor, Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk; a companion bill in the house, by Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell, is also backed by a Republican, Robert Dold of Illinois. A separate proposal, by Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., would also bar those subject to temporary restraining orders from having guns, subject to later review. Unsurprisingly, if sadly, the National RiÂ”e Association opposes even the KlobucharDingell bill, saying it would Âturn disputes between family members and social acquaintances into lifetime Â“rearm prohibitionsÂŽ and Âmanipulates emotionally compelling issues such as Âdomestic violenceÂ and ÂstalkingÂ simply to cast as wide a net as possible for federal Â“rearm prohibitions.ÂŽ Tell that, please, to the father of a daughter murdered by her boyfriend. Tell it to the sister of a young woman killed by a man who plea-bargained his stalking offense down to a misdemeanor. Emotional manipulation? Please. At that, the NRA has no parallel. Ruth Marcus is a columnist for The Washington Post. Her email address is ruthmarcus@ washpost.com.Drop gun loopholes for domestic abusers Ruth Marcus You know what kind of people shouldnÂt be allowed to have a gun? People like me. Let others dwell on law and the intricacies of the Second Amendment; what I can tell you is that the only time in my life I ever wanted a gun, it was for the worst possible reason. ItÂs a good thing I didnÂt have access to one. Even friends and family who are gun owners and gunrights advocates agree: Some people need to be kept away from Â“rearms. In the early 1980s, I lived on New YorkÂs Lower East Side. I loved my squat yellow-brick apartment building and liked the edgy, noisy neighborhood. But then a man and a woman who were illegally subletting moved into the apartment next door and changed my life overnight. They were probably in their late 30s, blond, blue-eyed, square-jawed and leather-wearing. They were broken-bottle scary. They were violent toward each other and intimidating toward the other tenants, many of whom were elderly, all of whom were cowed. When they found out I reported their window-smashing Â“ghts and night-long screaming matches both to the landlord and to the police, they banged on the old plaster wall between our apartments and screamed they were going to Âget me.ÂŽ I wasnÂt sure what Âgetting meÂŽ meant, but to my 27-year-old self it sounded as if they meant business. I was in graduate school, working part time as a fundraiser and teaching two classes. The calmest I felt was during my 40-minute commute to Queens College on the Sixth Avenue local, which, for those of you not familiar with the New York subway system, is not usually known for providing a quiet, spalike atmosphere. Coming home, IÂd worry as I walked down the dimly lit hallway that always smelled of cabbage because I was afraid the people next door would make good on their threat, whatever that was. Fear was starting to ruin my life. What could I do? These were the days before cellphones recorded incidents of misery and violence and home movies were used primarily to record childrenÂs birthday parties. IÂd completed paperwork and exerted due diligence. The landlord wanted them out as much as I did but legislation (of which IÂd always approved) made it difÂ“cult to evict even problematic tenants. OfÂ“cers at my local precinct explained that without proof of something more dire than my report of menace, all they could do was be within distance of my corded landline emergency call. So I asked a man I trusted, a tough guy who lived in New York his entire life, for his advice. I thought I needed to protect myself. Should I carry mace? Should I get a switchblade? Should I, I whispered, just go get myself a gun? Directly into the face of my earnest trepidation, he laughed. ÂYou kidding me? All those things would be used against you in 30 seconds. Less than 30 seconds.ÂŽ Then he got serious. ÂNever carry more than you can use.ÂŽ He wasnÂt the kind of guy to quote Seneca, but he was basically saying what the Roman philosopher had warned almost 2,000 years ago: ÂSometimes in seeking to escape our fate, we leap to meet it.ÂŽ If IÂd gotten a gun in an attempt to make myself feel safer, what IÂd actually have done wouldÂve been to place myself in far greater danger. Even properly trained, I could no more shoot somebody during an attack than I could Â”ap my arms and Â”y to the moon. A knife would have been even more ridiculous, given that the whole of my knowledge of switchblades came from heavily choreographed scenes in ÂWest Side Story.ÂŽ And because I could barely aim Raid effectively at roaches in my tiny kitchen, the chances of my being able to wield mace in a crisis were iffy at best. A few months later, somebody elseÂs call Â“nally brought cops to their door and somebody elseÂs report Â“nally had them led away in handcuffs. The arresting ofÂ“cers, who were armed, didnÂt touch their weapons. They were professionals. What I worry about gun ownership is this: that amateurs like me, wanting to keep themselves safe, will make our country a much more dangerous place. Gina Barreca is an English professor at the University of Connecticut, a feminist scholar who has written eight books, and a columnist for the Hartford Courant. She can be reached through her website at www. ginabarreca.com.J.Q. Citizen, armed and dangerous Guest columnistGina Barreca $$SAVEMONEY$$ShoptheClassifieds. NASIR KHALIDI, M.D. Â€ Dizziness/Involuntary MovementsÂ€ Sudden Vision Change/Multiple S c lerosis Â€ ParkinsonÂs Disease/Mus c ular Dystrophy Â€ Restless Leg Syndrome Most Insurances Accepted Harbor Professional Centre 3420 TAMIAMI TRAIL Â€ SUITE 3 Â€ PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA 941-629-2111 Please visit us at www .khalidi.net NEUROLOGY ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY ELECTROMYOGRAPHY adno=50486576 adno=50487551 Monday Friday 10 a.m. 6 p.m.; Saturday 10:30 4 p.m. Not affiliated with Rolex W ESTCHESTER G OLD & D IAMONDS 4200-F TAMIAMI TR., PORT CHARLOTTE (BEHIND ABC LIQUORS) 625-0666 Rolex Watches Buy, Sell & Repair Large Selection of Diamond Bezels & Dials CELEBRATE 40 years! SAVE up to 50% WIN $40,000 in cash & prizes in our Oct. drawing.
Our Town Page 10E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Italian-Americans celebrate heritage SUN PHOTOS BY DONNELL BATESRon Castrovinci had a great time capturing some memorable moments at the dinner. Lou Cascone and Norma Oliva kept the momentum going throughout the evening making sure guests were well-fed before heading to the dance oor. Pictured here are Jean and Bob Ferrentino. Guest entertainer during dinner is Salvatore Teobaldo on accordion. Cooks, servers, cleanup crew and other volunteers took a moment from their busy evening to come together for a photo. The Sons of Italy Lodge 2507 on Easy Street in Port Charlotte held a dinner on Saturday to celebrate Italian-American Heritage Month. Tom and Dotty Kirkpatrick, George Pence, Winnie Skreckoski and Cathy LaVerdi share some great food and stories during dinner. Cathy and Anthony LaVerdi share a special moment with daughter Michele Fischetti and granddaughter Elizabeth Catherine Dewart. Ralph Spolzino and Charlene Farino had a great time celebrating Italian-American Heritage month. This is one well-fed and happy table of Italian-Americans at their annual dinner celebrating their heritage.
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net E/N/COur Town Page 11 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSAcommon question these days is ÂWhat are those muskyvines with yellow Â”owers covered with weird orange, ridged fruit?ÂŽ This question is often accompanied by a photo showing an invasive plant that is practically everywhere: the balsam pear ( Momordica charantia ). An annual relative in the cucumber family, balsam pear or balsam apple is a weedy invasive vine which hides in plain sight until you notice those bright orange fruits. Then you say, ÂWhat is it?ÂŽ According to the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council (FLEPPC) the balsam apple/pear ( Momordica charantia ) is considered a Category II Invasive Plant. Category II means that ÂInvasive exotics that have increased in abundance or frequency but have not yet altered Florida plant communities to the extent shown by Category I species. These species may become ranked Category I, if ecological damage is demonstrated.ÂŽ Its widespread nature and ability to grow up and over nearly every fence or plant encountered clearly shows its tendency to monopolize an area. Originally from Africa and Southeast Asia, the balsam pear was taken to Europe in the early 1700s and has since become a nuisance plant in Florida. The local wild balsam pear should not be used for food as it does possess toxic properties. This invasive weed is not to be confused with the edible version cultivated for Asian cuisine called the Chinese bitter melon. The Chinese bitter melon is much longer with lightgreen to white-knobby skin and can be grown like a cucumber on a trellis. The balsam pear is an annual vine which sprouts from a fairly large seed in the spring and throughout the summer months. The fuzzy-stemmed vine grows many feet long as it clambers over everything in its way using coiling tendrils for support. The palm-shaped leaves are lobed, about 3 inches wide, and alternately arranged on the stem. Eventually the vine produces yellow, rufÂ”ed Â”owers Â„ some are male, some are female. Once pollinated, the female Â”owers develop a lumpy green fruit with a pointed end. This ridged, several-inch long fruit eventually ripens to a bright orange color. The fruit then bursts open showing an orange and red interior. The mature seeds are then ready to drop and infest a new area. When grasped in the hand, the balsam pear vine gives off a musky, distinct scent that is like no other. While balsam pear can quickly overwhelm a fence or group of shrubs, handpicking the vines before they Â”ower and set fruit will help begin to suppress this pest. As the balsam pear vine and other valued plants are often intertwined, the use of herbicides in this situation is not recommended. If there was a pure stand of balsam pear, the use of the non-selective herbicide glyphosate would work as a control when applied as per label directions. Otherwise, handpicking should eventually rid you of this weed. If the weedy nature of the balsam pear is not enough reason to eliminate it, this plant can also act as a reservoir of certain insect-borne plant viruses such as Zucchini yellow mosaic virus and Papaya ringspot virus Type W. In any case, the removal of balsam pear will pay off with a manageable and sustainable landscape. For more information on all types of weeds and their management, please call our Master Gardener volunteers on the Plant Lifeline on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 941-764-4340 for gardening help and insight into their role as an extension volunteer. DonÂt forget to visit our other County Plant Clinics in the area. Please check this link for a complete list of site locations, dates and times: http:// charlotte.ifas.uÂ”.edu/ horticulture/Plant%20 Clinics%20Schedule.pdf. Ralph E. Mitchell is the director/horticulture agent for the Charlotte County Extension Service. He can be reached at 941-7644344 or ralph.mitchell@ charlotteÂ”.com.What on earth is it? Ralph Mitchell PHOTO PROVIDEDThe fruit of the balsam pear. Southwest Florida residents will get a little relief from high daytime temperatures near 90 when a cool front comes down from Georgia in the middle of the week, according to the forecast. The weather outlook shows mostly sunny skies on Monday and Tuesday with highs in the upper 80s. By Wednesday through Friday, temperatures will cool to highs in the lower 80s. Throughout the work week, lows will be in the upper 60s to lower 70s. A storm system bringing heavy rains in Texas, Louisiana and other parts of the Gulf states early in the week is not expected to affect Southwest Florida, so itÂs mostly dry today and Tuesday, said Meteorologist Tom Dougherty of the National Weather Service. In addition to cooling down temperatures four or Â“ve degrees Wednesday through Friday, the cool front will Âbring in better rain chances for Wednesday and Thursday,ÂŽ Dougherty said. A 30 to 50 percent chance of rain is anticipated on those two days with higher chances of rain in Sarasota than in Charlotte and DeSoto counties. No thunderstorms are expected with the showers, and itÂs expected to go back to mostly sunny skies with no rain by Friday. Email: email@example.com Cool front will come in by mid-weekBy SOMMER BROKAWSTAFF WRITERBook Discussion Group to meetA Wednesday Evening Book Discussion Group will meet from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. this Wednesday in the North Port Library Conference Room, 13800 S. Tamiami Trail. ÂTelex from CubaÂŽ by Rachel Kushner, a novel set in the American community in Cuba during the years leading up to CastroÂs revolution, will be discussed. All are invited. Preregister at http:// scgov.net/library or by calling 941-861-5000. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEF ALLTHENEWS YOUNEED,SEVENDAYSA WEEK. adno=50485671ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT
Our Town Page 12E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 ToviewtodayÂslegalnotices andmorevisit, www.oridapublicnotices.com LEGALNOTICES 3000NOTICES 3112FICTITIOUSNAME 10/26/2015 3119NOTICEOFAUCTION N ot i ceo fP u bli c S a l e ofPersonalProperty GuardSpaceStorage Noticeisherebygiventhatthe undersignedstorageunitswillbe soldatpublicsalebycompetitive bidding,intheirentiretytothe highestbidder,onorafterthe dateandtimebelowtosatisfythe lienofGuardSpaceStoragefacilityforrentalandothercharges duefromtheundersigned.The saidpropertyhasbeenstored andgenerallydescribedbelowis locatedattherespective address.Thesalewillbegino n thedateandtimebelowonor aftersaiddateandwillcontinue hourbyhouruntilallunitsare sold. October31,2015at7:00a.m. 19160PeachlandBlvd. PortCharlotte,Florida33948 JillianBellUnit219 Thecontentsconsistofgeneral householdandmiscellaneous items.Thetermsofthesalewill becashonlyandmustbepaidfor atthetimeofsale.Allgoodsare soldasis.GuardSpaceStorage reservestherighttowithdrawthe unitforthesaleatanytime.All contentsmustbere movedfrom thepropertyatthetimeofpurchase. Publish:October19&26,2015 3652283231860 3120NOTICETOCREDITORS INTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY FLORIDA, PROBATEDIVISION FILENO.14-1903CP INRE:ESTATEOF MARIEE.HOPKINS,Deceased NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofMarieE.Hopkins,deceased, whosedateofdeathwas08June 2014,andwhosesocialsecurity numberisXXX-XX-XXXX,ispend ingintheCircuitCourtforChar lotteCounty,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhichis 350E.MarionAvenue,Punta Gorda,FL33950.Thenames andaddresses ofthepersona l representativeandthepersonal representativeÂsattorneyareset forthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshavingclaims ordemandsagainstdecedentÂs estateonwhomacopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmust filetheirclaimswiththiscourt WITHINTHELATEROF3MONTHS A FTERTHETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICEOR 30DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOF SERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavin g claimsordemandsagainstdecedentÂsestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN SECTION733.702OFTHE FLORIDAPROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENTÂS DEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisOcto ber26,2015. BryanB.Ward,Esq.,Attorney FloridaBarNo.102893 112SilverSt., Waterville,ME04901 Telephone:(207)872-0112 LauriePreble, PersonalRepresentative 857WarrenHillRoad Palmyra,ME04965 Publish:10/26/15and11/2/15 3462303234456 INTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF FLORENCEDEVANEY Deceased. FileNo.15-1028-CP DivisionProbate NOTICETOCREDITORS (SummaryAdministration) TOALLPERSONSHAVING CLAIMSORDEMANDSAGAINST THEABOVEESTATE: Youareherebynotifiedthatan OrderofSummaryAdministration hasbeenenteredintheestateof FlorenceDevaney,deceased,File Number15-1028-CP,bytheCir cuitCourtforCharlotteCounty, Florida,Probat eDivision,thead dressofwhichis350E.Marion Avenue,PuntaGorda,Florida 33950;thatthedecedent'sdate ofdeathwasMay24,2014;that thetotalvalueoftheestateis $500.00andthatthenamesand addressesofthosetowhomithas beenassignedbysuchorderare: Name A nnDevaney A ddress c/oRobinVazquez 2360AaronStreet#311 PortCharlotte,Florida33952 A LLINTERESTEDPERSONS A RENOTIFIEDTHAT: Allcreditorsoftheestateofthe decedentandpersonshaving claimsor demandsagainsttheesf 3120NOTICETOCREDITORS tateo f thedecedentotherthan thoseforwhomprovisionforfull paymentwasmadeintheOrderof SummaryAdministrationmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702.ALLCLAIMSANDDEMANDSNOTSOFILEDWILLBE FOREVERBARRED.NOTWITHSTANDINGANYOTHERAPPLICABLETIMEPERIOD,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENT'SDATE OFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof t hisNoticeisOcto ber19,2015. AttorneyforPersonsGivingNotice SCHWARZ&HARRIS,P.A. EllieK.Harris,Esquire AttorneyforPetitioner FloridaBarNumber:0021671 17839MurdockCircle,SuiteA PortCharlotte,Florida33948 Telephone:(941)625-4158 Fax:(941)625-5460 E-Mail:firstname.lastname@example.org SecondaryE-Mail: email@example.com PersonsGivingNotice: RobinVazquez 6230ScottStreet,Suite211 PuntaGorda,Florida33950 ThomasLenden 6230ScottStreet,Suite2 11 PuntaGorda,Florida33950 Publish:October19&26,2015 1171863232015 INTHE C IR C UIT CO URTF O R CHARLOTTECOUNTY,FLORIDA INRE:ESTATEOF GERALDINEL.SIMMERS,a/k/a GERALDINEKINGSIMMERS, Deceased. FileNo.:15-1175-CP ProbateDivision NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofGERALDINEL.SIMMERS,deceased,whosedateofdeathwas December21,2014,andwhose socialsecuritynumberisprivate, ispendingintheCircuitCourtfor CharlotteCounty,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhichis 350EastMarionAvenue, Punt a Gorda,Florida33950.Thenames andaddressesofthepersonal representativeandthepersonal representative'sattorneyareset f orthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestate onwhomacopyofthisnoticeis requiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHIN THELATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICA TIONOFTHISNOTICEOR30 DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNO TIC E ONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestate,mustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHIN3 MONTHSAFTERTHEDATEOF THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTSOFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSET FORTHINSECTION733.702OF THEFLORIDAPROBATECODE W ILLBEFOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSETFORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEAT HISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisNoticeisOctober19,2015. Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative ArleneC.Chase,Esq. FloridaBarNo.0033591 ArleneC.Chase,P.A. 210WoodStreet PuntaGorda,FL33950 Telephone:(941)575-5142 PersonalRepresentative: DAVIDALLENFOSBINDER 3360HillmontCircle Orlando,FL32817 Publish:October19&26,2015 3118283231569 INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR CHARLOTTECOUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF CYNTHIALEECHUA, Deceased. FileNo.:15-1481-CP NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofCYNTHIALEECHUA,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasAugust 8,2015,andwhosesocialsecuritynumberisprivate,ispending intheCircuitCourtforCharlotte County,Florida,ProbateDivision, theaddressofwhichis350East MarionAvenue,PuntaGorda, Florida33950.Thenamesandad dressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonal representative'sattorneyareset f orthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestate onwhomacopyofthisnoticeis requiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHIN THELATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICA TIONOFTHISNOTICEOR30 DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthede ce dentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestate,mustfiletheir claimswiththiscourtWITHIN3 MONTHSAFTERTHEDATEOF THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN SECTION733.702OFTHE FLORIDAPROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSETFORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof t hisNoticeisOctober19,2015. A ttorneyfor PersonalRepresentative A rleneC.Chase,Esq. FloridaBarNo.0033591 AlCChPA 3120NOTICETOCREDITORS A r l ene C . Ch ase, P . A . 210WoodStreet PuntaGorda,FL33950 Telephone:(941)575-5142 PersonalRepresentative CHERYLANNLIM 1 433LosSenderosDrive Santee,CA92071 Publish:October19&26,2015 3118283231571 INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR CHARLOTTECOUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF JamesC.Adams Deceased. FileNo.15-001525CP DivisionProbate NOTICETOCREDITORS (summaryadministration) TOALLPERSONSHAVING CLAIMSORDEMANDS AGAINSTTHEABOVEESTATE: Youareherebynotifiedthatan OrderofSummaryAdministration hasbeenenteredintheestateof JamesC.Adams,deceased,File Number15-001525CP,bytheCir cuitCourtforCharlotteCounty, Florida,ProbateDiv ision,thead dressofwhichis350E.Marion Avenue,PuntaGorda,FL33950; thatthedecedent'sdateofdeath was6/29/15;thatthetotalvalue oftheestateis$60,400.00and thatthenamesandaddressesof thosetowhomithasbeenassignedbysuchorderare: Name TeriL.Moore A ddress 3487W.USHwy36 Danville,IN46122 A LLINTERESTEDPERSONS A RENOTIFIEDTHAT: Allcreditorsoftheestateofthe decedentandpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainsttheest ateofthedecedento thertha n thoseforwhomprovisionforfull paymentwasmadeintheOrderof SummaryAdministrationmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN SECTION733.702OFTHE FLORIDAPROBATECODE.ALL CLAIMSANDDEMANDSNOTSO FILEDWILLBEFOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGANYOTHER A PPLICABLETIMEPERIOD,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisNoticeisOctober19,2015. A t torneyfor PersonGivingNotice: Allen,J.Levin E mailAddresses: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com FloridaBarNo.0046816 3440ConwayBlvd.,Ste1A PortCharlotte,FL33952 PersonGivingNotice: TeriL.Moore 3 487WestU.S.Hwy36 Danville,IN46122 Publish:October19&26,2015 1169993231886 Seizethesales withClassified! INTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF A NNET.MACINTYRE Deceased. FileNo.15-1531-CP DivisionProbate NOTICETOCREDITORS (SummaryAdministration) TOALLPERSONSHAVING CLAIMSORDEMANDSAGAINST THEABOVEESTATE: Youareherebynotifiedthatan OrderofSummaryAdministration hasbeenenteredintheestateof AnneT.MacIntyre,deceased,File Number15-1531-CP,bytheCir cuitCourtforCHARLOTTECounty, Florida,Probat eDivision,thead dressofwhichis350E.Marion Avenue,PuntaGorda,Florida 33950;thatthedecedent'sdate ofdeathwasJune29,2015;that thetotalvalueoftheestateis $16,034.31andthatthenames andaddressesofthosetowhom ithasbeenassignedbysuch orderare: Name AnneT.MacIntyreRevocableTrust datedApril30,2015 A ddress c/oMarilynM.Wolf,Trustee, 22171LockportAvenue PortCharlotte,Florida33952 A LLINTERESTEDPERSONS A RENOTIFIEDTHAT: Allcredito rsoftheestateofth e decedentandpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainsttheestateofthedecedentotherthan thoseforwhomprovisionforfull paymentwasmadeintheOrderof SummaryAdministrationmustfile t heirclaimswiththiscourtWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702.ALLCLAIMSANDDEMANDSNOTSOFILEDWILLBE FOREVERBARRED.NOTWITHSTANDINGANYOTHERAPPLICABLETIMEPERIOD,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDEC EDENT'SDATE OFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisNoticeisOctober19,2015. AttorneyforPersonGivingNotice SCHWARZ&HARRIS,P.A. EllieK.Harris,Esquire Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative FloridaBarNumber:0021671 17839MurdockCircle,SuiteA PortCharlotte,Florida33948 Telephone:(941)625-4158 Fax:(941)625-5460 E-Mail:firstname.lastname@example.org SecondaryE-Mail: email@example.com PersonGivingNotice: MarilynM.Wolf 22171LockportAvenue PortCharlotte,Florida33952 Publish:October19&26,2015 1171863231992 3120NOTICETOCREDITORS INTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF J OHNW.POWER a/k/aJOHNW.POWER,JR. Deceased. FileNo.15-1641-CP DivisionProbate NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofJohnW.Powera/k/aJohnW. Power,Jr.,deceased,whosedate ofdeathwasApril4,2015,is pendingintheCircuitCourtfor CharlotteCounty,Florida,Probate Division,theaddressofwhichis 350E.MarionAvenue-Punta Gorda,FL33950.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonalrepresentativeandthepersonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedentand otherpers onshavingclaimsorde mandsagainstdecedent'sestate onwhomacopyofthisnoticeis requiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtONOR BEFORETHELATEROF3 MONTHSAFTERTHETIMEOF THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHE DATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOF THISNOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOF THEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisOctober19,2015. Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative : ForrestJ.Bass FloridaBarNumber:68197 Farr,Farr,Emerich,Hackett, Carr&Holmes,P.A. 99NesbitStreet PuntaGorda,FL33950 Telephone:(941)639-1158 Fax:(941)639-0028 E-Mail:firstname.lastname@example.org SecondaryE-Mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org PersonalRepresentative : ReginaPowerBeinecke 3MasconomoStreet Manchester,MA01944 Publish:October19&26,2015 1148493231812 INTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF W ILLIAMF.SACCENTE A /K/AWILLIAMSACCENTE Deceased. FileNo.15-1662-CP DivisionProbate NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofWILLIAMF.SACCENTEa/k/a WILLIAMSACCENTE,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasFebruary 20,2015,ispendingintheCircuit CourtforCharlotteCounty, Florida,ProbateDivision,thead dressofwhichis350EastMarion Ave.,PuntaGorda,Flor ida33950 . Thenamesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeandthe personalrepresentative'sattorney aresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshavingclaims ordemandsagainstdecedent's estateonwhomacopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmust filetheirclaimswiththiscourtON ORBEFORETHELATEROF3 MONTHSAFTERTHETIMEOF THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHE DATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOF THISNOTICEONTHEM. Al lothercreditorsofthedece dentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,AN Y CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirs tpublicationof thisnoticeisOctober19,2015. Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: CARRIEM.LEONTITSIS Attorney FloridaBarNumber:48055 Olmsted&Wilson,P.A. 17801MurdockCircle,SuiteA PortCharlotte,Florida33948 Telephone:(941)624-2700 Fax:(941)624-5151 E-Mail:email@example.com SecondaryE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org PersonalRepresentative: NANCYE.SACCENTE 442Broadway Hillsdale,NewJersey07642 Publish:October19&26,2015 1250623231836 I NTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF A NNAE.GETTY, Deceased. FileNo. 2015-001697-CP Division:Probate NOTICETOCREDITORS TheadministrationoftheEstate ofAnnaE.Getty,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasAugust 19,2015,ispendingintheCircuit CourtforCharlotteCounty, Florida,ProbateDivision,thead dressofwhichis350EastMarion 3120NOTICETOCREDITORS A venue,Punta G orda,Florida 33950.ThenamesandaddressesofthePersonalRepresentativeandthePersonal Representative'sattorneyareset forthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedentand otherpersonshavingclaimsorde mandsagainstdecedent'sestate onwhomacopyofthisnoticeis requiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtONOR BEFORETHELATEROF3 MONTHSAFTERTHETIMEOF THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHE DATEOFSERVICEOFAC OPYOF THISNOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,AN Y CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEA THISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationo f thisNoticeisOctober19,2015. A ttorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: DorothyL.Korszen FloridaBarNumber:765317 Farr,Farr,Emerich,Hackett, Carr&Holmes,P.A. 99NesbitStreet, PuntaGorda,FL33950 Telephone:(941)639-1158 Fax:(941)639-0028 E-Mail:email@example.com SecondaryE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com PersonalRepresentative: FrancesF.Kokowicz S unTrustBank c/oFrancesF.Kokowicz,CTFA FirstVicePresident, FloridaProbateGroup MailCodeFL-Venice-6011 200S.NokomisAvenue,1stFloor V enice,Florida34285 Publish:October19&26,2015 1148493231921 INTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF A LINAKAWEJSZA Deceased. FileNo. 2015-1699-CP NOTICETOCREDITORS (SummaryAdministration) TOALLPERSONSHAVING CLAIMSORDEMANDSAGAINST THEABOVEESTATE: Youareherebynotifiedthatan OrderofSummaryAdministration hasbeenenteredintheestateof A linaKawejsza,deceased,File Number2015-1699-CP,bythe CircuitCourtforCharlotteCounty, Florida,ProbateDivision,thead dressofwhichisCharlotteCount y JusticeCenter,350E.MarionAv enue,PuntaGorda,FL33950; thatthedecedent'sdateofdeath was September22,2015;tha t thetotalvalueoftheestateis $33,495,56andthatthenames andaddressesofthosetowhom ithasbeenassignedbysuch orderare: Name ZdzislawKawejsza,Trusteeofthe AlinaKawejszaTrustdated October4,2004 A ddress 2829CaberetStreet PortCharlotte,Florida33948 ALLINTERESTEDPERSONS ARENOTIFIEDTHAT: Allcreditorsoftheestateofthe decedentandpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainsttheestateofthedecedentotherthan thoseforwh omprovisionforfull paymentwasmadeintheOrderof SummaryAdministrationmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702.ALLCLAIMSANDDEMANDSNOTSOFILEDWILLBE FOREVERBARRED.NOTWITHSTANDINGANYOTHERAPPLICABLETIMEPERIOD,ANYCLAIM FILEDTWO(2)YEARSORMORE A FTERTHEDECEDENT'SDATE OFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof t hisNoticeisOctober19,2015. A ttorneyforPersonGivingNo tice EllieK.Harris Attorney FloridaBarNumber:0021671 SCHWARZ&HARRIS,P.A. 17839MurdockCircle,SuiteA PortCharlotte,Florida33948 Telephone:(941)625-4158 Fax:(941)625-5460 E-Mail:firstname.lastname@example.org SecondaryE-Mail: email@example.com PersonGivingNotice: ZdzislawKawejsza 2829CaberetStreet PortCharlotte,Florida33948 Publish:October19&26,2015 1171863231910 INTHE C IR C UIT CO URT FORCHARLOTTECOUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF THOMASA.HUFF Deceased. FileNo.15001808CP DivisionProbate NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofThomasA.Huff,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasOctober 14,2015,ispendingintheCircuit CourtforCharlotteCounty, Florida,ProbateDivision,thead dressofwhichis350E.Marion Ave.,PuntaGorda,Florida33950. Thenamesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentat iveandth e personalrepresentative'sattorney aresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshavingclaims ordemandsagainstdecedent's estateonwhomacopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmust fO 3120NOTICETOCREDITORS f iletheirclaimswiththiscourt O N ORBEFORETHELATEROF3 MONTHSAFTERTHETIMEOF THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHE DATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOF THISNOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdecedent'sestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHIN THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESS ECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisOctober26,2015. Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: ForrestJ.Bass Attorney FloridaBarNumber:68197 Farr,Farr,Emerich,Hackett, Carr&Holmes,P.A. 99NesbitStreet PuntaGorda,FL33950 Telephone:(941)639-1158 Fax:(941)639-0028 E-Mail:firstname.lastname@example.org SecondaryE-Mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org PersonalRepresentative: C.OliverHuff 1 066HarbourGlenPlace P untaGorda,Florida33983 P ublish:10/26/15and11/2/15 1148493234434 INTHECIRCUITCOURT F ORSARASOTACOUNTY, F LORIDA P ROBATEDIVISION I NRE:ESTATEOF R OBERTF.MARKS, Deceased. F ileNo.2015-CP-3836SC DivisionProbate NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofRobertF.Marks,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasAugust 15,2015,ispendingintheCircuit CourtforSarasotaCounty, Florida,ProbateDivision,thead dressofwhichis2000Main Street,Room102,Sarasota,FL 34237.Thenamesandad dressesofthepersonalrepresen tativeandthepersonal representative'sattorneyareset forthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshavingclai m s ordemandsagainstdecedent's estateonwhomacopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmust filetheirclaimswiththiscourtON ORBEFORETHELATEROF3 MONTHSAFTERTHETIMEOF THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHIS NOTICEOR30DAYSAFTERTHE DATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOF THISNOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedece dentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdece dent'sestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLI CATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHI N THETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHIN FLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisOctober19,2015. Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: Farr,Farr,Emerich,Hackett, Carr&Holmes,P.A. By:FletcherH.Rush,Esq. FloridaBarNumber:10058 6 99NesbitStreet PuntaGorda,FL33950 Telephone:(941)639-1158 Fax:(941)639-0028 E-Mail:email@example.com SecondaryE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com PersonalRepresentative: EnglewoodBank&Trust By:CindeeMurphy,VicePresident andTrustOfficer 1100TamiamiTrail PortCharlotte,FL33953 Publish:October19&26,2015 1148493231827 INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR SARASOTACOUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION INRE:ESTATEOF VERAJANICIJEVIC Deceased. FileNo.2015CP002365SC DivisionPROBATE NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationoftheestate ofVERAJANICIJEVIC,deceased, whosedateofdeathwasFEBRUARY2,2014andwhosesocialsecuritynumberisprivate,is pendingintheCircuitCourtfor SARASOTACounty,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressof whichis100S.WASHINGTON STREET,SARASOTA,FL34236. Thenamesandaddressesofthe personalrepresentativeandthe personalrepresentative'sattorney aresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedenta n d otherpersonshavingclaimsordemandsagainstdecedentsestate onwhomacopyofthisnoticeis requiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourtWITHIN THELATEROF3MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRSTPUBLICA TIONOFTHISNOTICEOR30 DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOFSERV ICEOFACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedece dentandotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainstdece dent'sestatemustfiletheirclaims withthiscourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERT HEDATEOFTHEFIRS T PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWITHIN OSSO
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net E/N/C Our Town Page 13 3120NOTICETOCREDITORS THETIMEPERI O D SS ETF O RTHIN SECTION733.702OFTHE FLORIDAPROBATECODEWILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHABOVE,ANY CLAIMFILEDTWO(2)YEARSOR MOREAFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHISBARRED. Thedateoffirstpublicationof thisnoticeisOctober19,2015. A ttorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: J.STEVENGRIBBLE Attorney FloridaBarNo.0118777 14260TAMIAMITRAIL NORTHPORT,FL34287 Telephone:(941)629-3997 PersonalRepresentative: BIANATODOROVIC 555MAINSTREET NEWYORK,NY10044--0129 Publish:October19and26,2015 1144703231966 3130NOTICEOFSALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN t h at A NNSTREETSTORAGEAT209E. ANNST.PUNTAGORDA,FL 3395D,willsellorotherwisedisposeofthecontentsofthefollowingunitstosatisfydelinquent amountsdueandenforcealien imposedundertheFLORIDASELF STORAGEACT(section83.80183.809).Salewillbeconductedat theaboveaddressonFriday, November13,2015at10AMon saidpremises.Allpropertyfor cashonlyin(asis)conditionand removedfromthefacilityatthe timeofthesale.Th efollowin g units,containingpersonalpropertysuchasitemsusedinand aroundthehome,garage,and/or workplace,andothermisc.items maynotbeavailableatthetimeof thesale.Wereservetherightto rejectanyandallbidsandtocancelsaleintheeventofsettlement withtheobligatedparty(ies).JessicaCoutuN31Personal/Misc. OscarRevillaK23Personal/Misc. DeniseStancoK7Personal/Misc.Publish:10/26/15and11/2/15 1293343234396 N ot i ceo fS a l e NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENtheundersignintendstosellthepersonalpropertydescribedbelowto enforcealienimposedonsaid propertyunderTheFloridaSelf StorageFacilityActStatutes(Sec tion83.801-83.809).Theunder signwillsellbycompetitive biddingonTuesday,Nov.24, 2015at11:00AMonthepremiseswheresaidpropertyhasbeen storedwhichislocatedatCommunitySelfStorage,6221Marlympia W ay,PuntaGorda,stateofFlorida. CountyofC harlotte.Thefollowing :Mansell, LoriorGrantUnit#C180HHG Mansell,LoriUnit#C178HHG Waller,FrankUnit#F287HHG Cole,AndrewUnit#G256HHGUnitsmustbepaidforatthetime ofthepurchaseincashonly.A $100depositisrequiredtoparticipateintheauction.Allpurchased itemsaresoldasis,whereis,with nowarrantiesorguaranteesexpressedorimplied.Allitemsmust beremovedattimeofsale.Sale issubjecttoadjournment. Publish:10/26/15and11/2/15 2330 653234420 3132TAXDEEDS NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0428 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JSMHOLDINGCORP401KPLAN theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatesfor ataxdeedtobeissuedthereon. Thecertificatenumberandyear ofissuance,thedescriptionof theproperty,andthenamesin whichitwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1986-2012 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2012 TaxID:402113103005 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04106440006 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC41BLK644LT6 Nameinwhichassessed: THOMPSON,MARIEE. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARA T.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,344.58 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,350.83 P.O.NO.:1500428 2081443225381 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0429 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JSMHOLDINGCORP401KPLAN theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatesfor ataxdeedtobeissuedthereon. Thecertificatenumberandyear ofissuance,thedescriptionof theproperty,andthenamesin whichitwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1789-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402113128003 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04106540010 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC41BLK654LT10 Nameinwhichassessed: JOHNSON,SAFIYAJ. Allofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclosc.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or ff 3132TAXDEEDS t h erea f teron 17 t hd ayo fN ovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,772.52 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,778.77 P.O.NO.:1500429 2081443225391 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0430 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that RMCTL2013,LLCCAPITAL ONE,N.A.,ASCOLLATERAL ASSIGNEEFORRMCTL2013the holderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1424-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:40210918201 1 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04826490018 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC48BLK2649LT18 Nameinwhichassessed: PINEAU,FRANCK A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,801.04 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,807.29 P.O.NO.:1500430 2081443225401 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0431 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that RMCTL2013,LLCCAPITAL ONE,N.A.,ASCOLLATERAL ASSIGNEEFORRMCTL2013the holderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof i ssuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:15073-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:4123063840 01 DescriptionofProperty: PUG00000620000PUNTA GORDAAPORTIONOFBLK62 DESCASCOMMATINTXNOFW ROWCROSSST&SEROWVIRGINIAAVETHSWALGROWOF V IRGINIAAVE145.2FTFORPOB THCONTSWALGROW44.79FT SE60FTNEPARAVIRGINIAAVE 44.79FTNW60FTTOPOB Nameinwhichassessed: JEAN,GERDA;JEAN,DOMINIQUE A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certific ateshallbesoldtoth e highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,570.53 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,576.78 P.O.NO.:1500431 208 1443225413 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0433 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that INDRIODEVELOPMENTCOMPANYLLCtheholderofthefollowing certificatehasfiledsaidcertificatesforataxdeedtobeissued thereon.Thecertificatenumber andyearofissuance,thedescriptionoftheproperty,andthe namesinwhichitwasassessed areasfollows: CertificateNo.:13939-2013 YearofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412134200005 DescriptionofProperty: RSP0000 1150054ROTONDA SPRINGSBLK115LT54 Nameinwhichassessed: SERRANO,ROSEMARIEJ.; SERRANO,DARLYNNJANELLE Allofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedt his21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,089.98 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,096.23 P.O.NO.:1500433 2081443225419 3132TAXDEEDS NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0432 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISIIEREBYGIVEN,that RMCTL2013,LLCCAPITAL ONE,N.A.,ASCOLLATERAL ASSIGNEEFORRMCTL2013the holderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:15791-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412318254 002 DescriptionofProperty: A QE000000C0002 A QUIESTABLKCLT2 Nameinwhichassessed: JIMENEZ,ELIZABETHA.ASPERSONALREPRESENTATIVEOFTHE ESTATEOFMARYL.BORREGO, DECEASED;BORREGOMARYL EST A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChap ter45 , FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,033.35 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,039.60 P.O.NO.:1500432 2081443225416 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0434 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that SHAYNEP.BROWNtheholderof thefollowingcertificatehasfiled saidcertificatesforataxdeedto beissuedthereon.Thecertificate n umberandyearofissuance,the descriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwas assessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:18426-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:422415301009 DescriptionofProperty: ZZZ154224P1-98154224P-19 82.1AM/LN1/2OFN1/2OF NE1/4OFNW1/4OFSW1/4 Nameinwhichassessed: HILE,JILLANN; ZONAVETCH,JOYANN; ZONAVETCH,JA A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,20 15. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2 015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT:$934.85 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT:$941.10 P.O.NO.:1500434 2081443225422 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0435 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JULIOCORDEROtheholderofthe followingcertificatehasfiledsaid certificatesforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,the descriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwas assessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:14187-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412302304007 DescriptionofProperty: CCM000000D0020COUNTRY CLUB MANORBLKDLT20&21 Nameinwhichassessed: FERREIRA,ALEXANDREA. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT:$623.70 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT:$629.95 P.O.NO.:1500435 2081443225426 N O TI C E O FAPPLI C ATI O NF O R TAXDEED15-0436 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JULIOCORDEROtheholderofthe followingcertificatehasfiledsaid certificatesforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,the descriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwas assessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:14188-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412302304008 DescriptionofProperty: CCM000000D0018COUNTRY CLUB MANORBLKDLTS18&19 Nameinwhichassessed: FERREIRA,ALEXANDRE A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat hllfl 3132TAXDEEDS www.c h ar l otte.rea lf orec l ose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT:$638.40 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT:$644.65 P.O.NO.:1500436 2081443225432 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0437 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JULIOCORDEROtheholderofthe followingcertificatehasfiledsaid certificatesforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,the descriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwas assessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:16837-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:422109128006 DescriptionofProperty: RVL00000400051 ROTONDAVILL ASBLK40LT51 Nameinwhichassessed: MEEHAN,JOHNT.; MEEHAN,MARGERYD. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT. SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,003.36 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,009.61 P.O.NO.:1500437 2081443225434 N O TI C E O FAPPLI C ATI O NF O R TAXDEED15-0438 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that STEPHENFRYEtheholderofthe followingcertificatehasfiledsaid certificatesforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,the d escriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwas assessedarcasfollows: CertificateNo.:6431-2011 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2011 TaxID:402220127021 DescriptionofProperty: PORTCHARLOTTE SEC8BLK205LT21 Nameinwhichassessed: FEIST,ERNESTE.JR.; FEIST,ELINORK. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis2IstdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT Cler koftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,097.93 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,104.18 P.O.NO.:1500438 2081443225435 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0439 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that STEPHENFRYEtheholderofthe followingcertificatehasfiledsaid certificatesforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,the descriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwas assessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:6408-2011 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2011 TaxID:402219477002 DescriptionofProperty: PORTCHARLOTTE SEC8BLK250LT4 N ameinwhichassessed: GRAMS,FRANKJ.; GRAMS,NELLC. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron17thdayofNovember,2015. Datedthis21stdayofAugust, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheC ircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/05/2015,10/12/2015, 10/19/2015,10/26/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $3,173.93 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $3,180.18 P.O.NO.:1500439 2081443225439 N O TI C E O FAPPLI C ATI O NF O R TAXDEED15-0440 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JSMHOLDINGCORP401KPLAN theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatesfor ataxdeedtobeissuedthereon. Thecertificatenumberandyear ofissuance,thedescriptionof hdhi 3132TAXDEEDS t h eproperty,an d t h enames i n whichitwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1371-2010 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2010 TaxID:402107161004 DescriptionofProperty: PCH05529990006 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC55BLK2999LT6 Nameinwhichassessed: RAPPAK,WOJTEKM. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw t hepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidd era t www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron1stdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis2nddayofSeptember, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/19/2015,10/26/2015, 11/02/2015,11/09/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,979.31 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,985.56 P.O.NO.:1500440 2081443230221 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0441 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JSMHOLDINGCORP401KPLAN theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatesfor ataxdeedtobeissuedthereon. Thecertificatenumberandyear ofissuance,thedescriptionof theproperty,andthenamesin whichitwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1777-2013 YearofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402113103016 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04106440023 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC41BLK644LTS23&24 Nameinwhichassessed: EXANTUS,JEANR.; PAULEMON,FRANCISQUE A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron1stdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis2ndda yofSeptember , 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/19/2015,10/26/2015, 11/02/2015,11/09/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $4,412.79 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $4,419.04 P.O.NO.:1500441 2081443230235 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0442 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that JSMHOLDINGCORP401KPLAN theholderofthefollowingcertificatehasfiledsaidcertificatesfor ataxdeedtobeissuedthereon. Thecertificatenumberandyear ofissuance,thedescriptionof theproperty,andthenamesin whichitwasassessedarcasfollows: CertificateNo.:2782-2012 YearofIssuance:May-31-2012 TaxID:402119379018 DescriptionofProperty: PCH06019570009 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC60BLK1957LT9 Nameinwhichassessed: FRASER,FRANCIS A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron1stdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis2nddayofSeptember, 2015 BARBARA T.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/19/2015,10/26/2015, 11/02/2015,11/09/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,492.37 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,498.62 P.O.NO.:1500442 2081443230242 N O TI C E O FAPPLI C ATI O NF O R TAXDEED15-0443 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that SKWPREPLLCtheholderofthe followingcertificatehasfiledsaid certificatesforataxdeedtobe issuedthereon.Thecertificate numberandyearofissuance,the descriptionoftheproperty,and thenamesinwhichitwas assessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1786-2010 YearofIssuance:Jun-01-2010 TaxID:402110101015 DescriptionofProperty: PCH02926120033 PORTCHARLOTTE S EC29BLK2612LT33 Nameinwhichassessed: O'BRIEN,MARION; O'BRIEN,ANNEMARIE A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshalt beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlottc.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron1stdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis2nddayofSeptember, 2015 3132TAXDEEDS 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/19/2015,10/26/2015, 11/02/2015,11/09/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,942.57 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,948.82 P.O.NO.:1500443 2081443230250 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0444 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:638-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402104281002 DescriptionofProperty: PCH03224690017 PORTCHA RLOTTE SEC32BLK2469LT17 Nameinwhichassessed: DIMOV,DMITRIYA.;DIMOV,INNA A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,201 5 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,453.30 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,459.55 P.O.NO.:1500444 2081443233150 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0445 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:650-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402104304006 DescriptionofProperty: PCH02420520027 PORTCHA RLOTTE SEC24BLK2052LT27 Nameinwhichassessed: DAY,EDITHM. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe C ountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforcclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,354.73 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,360.98 P.O.NO.:1500445 2081443233155 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0446 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1806-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402113158015 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04106330004 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC41BLK633LT4 Nameinwhichassessed: KNOWLES,NORMAW.; KNOWLES,NORMA A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2 015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,722.11 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,728.36 P.O.NO.:1500446 2081443233158 N O TI C E O FAPPLI C ATI O NF O R TAXDEED15-0447 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1821-2013 YfIJ012013
Our Town Page 14E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 3132TAXDEEDS Y earo fI ssuance: J un01 2013 TaxID:402113183001 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04106340020 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC41BLK634LT20 Nameinwhichassessed: COUGHLIN,J.DANIELJR. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutes at9:00A.M.,o r thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,665.54 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,671.79 P.O.NO.:1500447 2081443233159 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0448 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1872-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402113302004 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04106260004 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC41BLK626LT4 Nameinwhichassessed: PICONE,ANTHONYJ.; PICONE,EMMAL. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall heredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,685.10 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,691.35 P.O.NO.:1500448 2081443233161 N O TI C E O FAPPLI C ATI O NF O R TAXDEED15-0449 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:1980-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402114281022 DescriptionofProperty: PCH04633040025 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC46BLK3304LT25 Nameinwhichassessed: PSILLAS,CHRYS A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SC OTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,691.16 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,697.41 P.O.NO.:1500449 2081443233164 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0450 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedarcasfollows: CertificateNo.:4119-2012 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2012 TaxID:402203179013 DescriptionofProperty: PCH03414860026 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC34BLK1486LT26 Nameinwhichassessed: STADE,CHARLENE1/3RDINTEREST;HOTTLE,BARBARA1/3RD INTEREST;HUBERT,RHONDA BERO,1/9THINTEREST;BERO, ROBERTA.,1/9THINTEREST; BERO,KENNETHC.,1/9TH INTEREST;BEROCHARLESEST Allofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.rea lforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARATSCOTT 3132TAXDEEDS BARBARAT . SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,404.99 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,411.24 P.O.NO.:1500450 2081443233166 Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve BigBuc BigBuc ks ks Shopping Shopping Classifieds! Classifieds! NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0451 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,tha t T RAMARREALTYCORP.thehold e rofthefollowingcertificateha s f iledsaidcertificatesforata x d eedtobeissuedthereon.Th e c ertificatenumberandyearo f i ssuance,thedescriptionofth e p roperty,andthenamesinwhic h i twasassessedareasfollows: C ertificateNo.:4141-2012 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2012 T axID:402203284014 D escriptionofProperty: P CH03415030008 P ORTCH ARLOTTE S EC34BLK1503LT8 N ameinwhichassessed: G ARVEY,ASHELY; G ARVEY,MERNEL A llofsaidpropertybeinginth e C ountyofCharlotte,StateofFlori d a.Unlesssaidcertificatedshal l b eredeemedaccordingtola w t hepropertydescribedinsuc h c ertificateshallbesoldtoth e h ighestbiddera t w ww.charlotte.realforeclose.com i naccordancewithChapter45 , F loridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,o r t hereafteron8thdayofDecem b er,2015. D atedthis14thdayofSeptem b er,20 15 B ARBARAT.SCOTT C lerkoftheCircuitCourt o fCharlotteCounty,Florida S ignature:LoriLagios-Tuck, D eputyClerk P UBLISH: 1 0/26/2015,11/02/2015, 1 1/09/2015,11/16/2015 B ASEBIDAMOUNT: $ 2,332.47 R EDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $ 2,338.72 P .O.NO.:1500451 2 081443233172 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0452 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:4189-2012 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2012 TaxID:402203427012 DescriptionofProperty: PCH03415020002 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC34BLK1502LT2 Nameinwhichassessed: DAVIS,WILDAL.;THEESTATEOF KENNETHE.DAVIS,DECEASED; DAVIS,KENNETHE. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember ,2015. Datedthis15thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,428.82 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,435.07 P.O.NO.:1500452 2081443233174 1OTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0453 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:5033-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 Tax1D:402211281013 DescriptionofProperty: PCH05132000025 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC51BLK3200LT25 Nameinwhichassessed: FLORIDALOTS&ACREAGE,INC., A FLORIDACORPORATION; FLORIDALOTS&ACRERAGEINC A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDece mber,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,543.37 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: 52,549.62 P.O.NO.:1500453 2081443233175 3132TAXDEEDS NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0454 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:5851-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402218103019 DescriptionofProperty: PCH02103610009 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC21BLK361LT9 Nameinwhichassessed: W ERNER.WILLIAMR. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.S COTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty.Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $3,410.16 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $3,416.41 P.O.NO.:1500454 2081443233186 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0455 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:6630-2012 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2012 TaxID:402220283008 DescriptionofProperty: PCH00801530008 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC8BLK153LT8 Nameinwhichassessed: D.W.BAILEYACRES,LLC A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte.StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall heredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT .SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,375.09 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,381.34 P.O.NO.:1500455 2081443233196 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0456 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:8227-2012 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2012 TaxID:402308236001 DescriptionofProperty: PGI02306410016 PUNTAG ORDAISLES SEC23BLK641LT16 Nameinwhichassessed: FORECLOSEDPROPERTIES,LLC; STARACEHUGO A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSe ptem ber,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,078.07 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: S2,084.32 P.O.NO.:1500456 2081443233255 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0457 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:9898-2012 Y earofIssuance:May-31-2012 TaxID:412002158006 DescriptionofProperty: PCH06235870014 PORTCH ARLOTTE SEC62BLK3587LT14 Nameinwhichassessed: KELLY,EDWARDV.JR.; KELLY,BEVERLYA. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe hihbidd 3132TAXDEEDS hi g h est bidd erat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,072.99 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,079.24 P.O.NO.:1500457 2081443233271 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0458 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:11357-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412107128011 DescriptionofProperty: PCH09550560007 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC95BLK5056LT7 Nameinwhichassessed: JASKE,STANLEYL.; JASKE,MARYE. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember, 2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,939.73 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,945.98 P.O.NO.:1500458 2081443233275 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0459 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:11436-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412107279006 DescriptionofProperty: PCH09551850007 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC95BLK5185LT7 Nameinwhichassessed: CAPTAIN,SAMUELA.; CAPTAIN,MARGARETM. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSept ember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,282.00 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,288.25 P.O.NO.:1500459 2081443233280 AdvertiseToday! NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0460 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedarcasfollows: CertificateNo.:11484-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412107410008 DescriptionofProperty: PCH09551820008 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC95BLK5182LT8 Nameinwhichassessed: CBDATPORTCHARLOTTELLC; CBDATPORTCHARLOTTE,L.LC, A FLORIDALIMITEDLIABILITY COMPANY A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.rcalforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8th dayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,303.98 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,310.23 P.O.NO.:1500460 2081443233284 3132TAXDEEDS NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0461 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICE1SHERESYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:11488-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412107413005 DescriptionofProperty: PCH09551800004 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC95BLK5180LT4 Nameinwhichassessed: CBDATPORTCHARLOTTE,LLC, A FLORIDALIMITEDLIABILITY COMPANY;CBDATPORTCHARLOTTELLC Allofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8th dayofDecem ber,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,303.98 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,310.23 P.O.NO.:1500461 2081443233289 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0462 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:11493-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412107429003 DescriptionofProperty: PCH09551770009 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC95BLK5177LT9 Nameinwhichassessed: JOHN-NICHOLSON,LOIDADEBORAH,ASSUCCESSORTRUSTEE OFTHEEBENEZERF.JOHNREVOCABLELIVINGTRUSTDATED DECEMBER19,1997;JOHN EBENEZERFREVLIVTRUST A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte.StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewi thChapter45 , FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015.11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,311.60 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,317.85 P.O.NO.:1500462 2081443233293 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0463 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:11494-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412107429004 DescriptionofProperty: PCH09551770008 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC95BLK5177LT8 Nameinwhichassessed: JOHN-NICHOLSON,LOIDADEBORAH,ASSUCCESSORTRUSTEE OFTHEEBENEZERF.JOHNREVOCABLELIVINGTRUSTDATED DECEMBER19,1997;JOHN EBENEZERFREVLIVTRUST A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlottc.realforeclose.com inaccordancewi thChapter45 , FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $1,311.60 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $1,317.85 P.O.NO.:1500463 2081443233299 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0464 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:12071-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412117381004 DescriptionofProperty: PCH05842500050 3132TAXDEEDS PCH05842500050 PORTCHARLOTTE SEC58BLK4250LT50 Nameinwhichassessed: GAGNIER,PAULJ.; GAGNIER,AARONM. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedth is14thdayofSeptem ber,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,324.09 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2.330.34 P.O.NO.:1500464 2081443233304 N O TI C E O FAPPLI C ATI O NF O R TAXDEED15-0465 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that TRAMARREALTYCORP.theholderofthefollowingcertificatehas filedsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:12081-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:412117426003 DescriptionofProperty: PCH05842270024 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC58BLK4227LTS24&25 Nameinwhichassessed: ZEPEDA,JOSEM. A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M.,or thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBAR AT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $3,745.98 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $3,752.23 P.O.NO.:1500465 2081443233306 NOTICEOFAPPLICATIONFOR TAXDEED15-0466 SEC.197.512F.S. NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN,that CASTLETONTRADINGINCthe holderofthefollowingcertificate hasfiledsaidcertificatesforatax deedtobeissuedthereon.The certificatenumberandyearof issuance,thedescriptionofthe property,andthenamesinwhich itwasassessedareasfollows: CertificateNo.:7191-2013 Y earofIssuance:Jun-01-2013 TaxID:402230429002 DescriptionofProperty: PCH03721790001 PORTC HARLOTTE SEC37BLK2179LT1 Nameinwhichassessed: SANDONATO,VINCENT A STRUSTEEOFTHEVINCENT SANDONATOTRUSTDATED DECEMBER19,2009; SANDONATOVINCENTTRUSTEE A llofsaidpropertybeinginthe CountyofCharlotte,StateofFlorida.Unlesssaidcertificatedshall beredeemedaccordingtolaw thepropertydescribedinsuch certificateshallbesoldtothe highestbidderat www.charlotte.realforeclose.com inaccordancewithChapter45, FloridaStatutesat9:00A.M .,o r thereafteron8thdayofDecember,2015. Datedthis14thdayofSeptember,2015 BARBARAT.SCOTT ClerkoftheCircuitCourt ofCharlotteCounty,Florida Signature:LoriLagios-Tuck, DeputyClerk PUBLISH: 10/26/2015,11/02/2015, 11/09/2015,11/16/2015 BASEBIDAMOUNT: $2,408.59 REDEMPTIONAMOUNT: $2,414.84 P.O.NO.:1500466 2081443233308 ADVERTISE!
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net E/N/COur Town Page 15 adno=50486995
Our Town Page 16E/N/C www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS Games, pumpkins and fun at harvest festival SUN PHOTOS BY TAMI GARCIAKelli Jones demonstrates how to play the goldsh game to her daughter Jada, 7, during Gulf Coast ChurchÂs fall harvest festival Friday, which was free to the community. Jones is a VPK teacher at Gulf Coast Christian Academy. Its campus is located at the North Port church. Luke Fant, 10, was one of many who attended Gulf Coast ChurchÂs recently held fall harvest fest. Fant recently represented the Special Olympics of Charlotte County in Sebastian, Fla., at the state competition, receiving a gold medal in the 50-meter backstroke and silver medal in the 50-meter freestyle. Olivia Rowe, 2, admires the goldsh she won after playing a game during the North Port festival last week. Kayla Gable, 13, dressed as Josie from ÂJosie and the Pussycats,ÂŽ decorates her pumpkin. Four-month-old Presley Carroll was dressed as a pumpkin during the festival. Jase Lipski, 1, participates in a pumpkin bowling game during the festival. Phoenix Brown, 4, is all smiles after choosing a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. Children were given free pumpkins during the festival, which they could either take home to decorate or do so during FridayÂs event, where materials were provided. Brianna Alexatos, 10, left and Elizabeth Roberts, 11, paint the pumpkins they chose at one of many game, craft and activity centers during the festival. Emma Sichta, 3, is all smiles as she rides ÂPrimoÂŽ the pony with the assistance of Nadia McCall, 17, of Pony Rides for ChildrenÂs Parties, based out of North Port. The free event also featured a pumpkin patch, games, candy, bounce house, face painting, free food and hayrides. A cake walk fundraiser and bake goods sale beneted Gulf Coast Christian Academy.
HurricanePatriciamadelandfallinMexicoasa monstrousCategory5storm,butitmissedtwo populatedcentersandslammedintoamountain range,whichbluntedthestorm.BySundayafternoon,sixpeoplewerereporteddead. INNEWS LAMANZANILLARESIDENTSCLEANUPAFTERHURRICANEPATRICIA.PHOTOBYROBERTHANASHIRO,USATODAYÂTHISCOULD HAVEBEEN FARWORSEÂ 10.26.15 USASNAPSHOTSÂ© Notblowing smokeNote OctoberisNationalFire PreventionMonth Source LibertyMutualInsurancesurvey of1,021U.S.adultsTERRYBYRNEANDVERONICABRAVO,USATODAY HalfofAmericansdonÂthave afireescapeplanand donÂtownafireextinguisher.athird AFP/GETTYIMAGESU.S.,Cubaprobe offshoredrilling INMONEY ElbagrabsÂZootopiaÂ buffaloroleÂbythehornsÂELBABYTODDPLITT,USATODAY;CHIEFBOGOBYDISNEY INLIFE WASHINGTONRussianwarplanes senttoSyriatobacktheregimeo f BasharAssadarebreakingdown atarapidratethatappearstobe aectingtheirabilitytostriketargets,accordingtoaseniorDefenseocial. Nearlyone-thirdofRussianattackplanesandhalfofitstransportaircraftaregroundedatany timeastheharsh,desertconditionstakeatollonequipment andcrews,saidtheocialwho wasnotauthorizedtospeakpubliclyaboutsensitiveintelligence matters. TheRussiansappeartobehavingdicultyadaptingtothe dustyconditions,andthenumber ofairstrikestheyhaveconducted seemstohavedippedslightly. ÂFordeployedforces,thatÂsa hideousrate,ÂŽsaidRichardAboulaÂ“a,anaviationanalystatthe TealGroup,anaerospaceconsultingÂ“rm. RussianPresidentVladimir Putindeployedwarplanes,includingRussiaÂsadvancedFullbackground-attackjet, helicoptersandtroopstoabase nearLatakia,Syria,inSeptember. Inaddition,atleastadozen transportplaneshavebeenstationedthere. ÂTheycouldhavebadoperatingproc edures,inadequatesuppliesofsparepartsandsupport crews,ÂŽAboulaÂ“asaid. RussiaÂsinexperiencedeployingforcesatsomedistance,unliketheirmilitaryactionsin borderingcountriessuchasUkraineandGeorgia,couldalsoaccountforproblemskeeping planesintheair,hesaid. ÂAnawfullotofexpeditionary warfarerevolvesaroundlogistics,ÂŽAboulaÂ“asaid.ÂAlotofit comesdowntoexperience.They donÂthavethatmuchofit.ÂŽ ForU.S.warplanes,readiness ratesoflessthan80%wouldattrac tattentionfromtopbrass, saidaseniorAirForcecommanderwithmultiplecombatdeploymentsintheMiddleEast.The ocerwasnotauthorizedto speakpubliclyaboutthematter. However,theocernotedthat planesbreak,especiallyinaustere,deployedconditions. DavidDeptula,aretiredthreestarAirForcegeneralwholed planningfortheairwarinOperationDesertStorm,saidtheRussiansÂreadinessrateof70%isnÂt surprisingbecausetheylackexperiencebeingdeployedandh ave beenÂ”yingtheirjetshard.RUSSIAN JETSOUT OFORDER INSYRIAHarsh,dusty conditionsfoiling abilitytoattack TomVandenBrookUSATODAY DOHUK,IRAQJournalistsare beatenorexecutedasspies.Childrenroutinelywitnessexecutionsandnolongergotoschool. AportionofgovernmentworkersÂsalariesareseized. Thatiswhatlifeislikeliving underthebrutalruleoftheIslamicStateinMosulsincetheextremistgroupcapturedIraqÂs secondlargestcityin2014,accordingtoresidentsluckyenough toescapetothisKurdishenclave about45milestothenorth. YousufSaba,41,aformerjournalistwithlocalnewschannelSamaal-Mosul,saidheÂ”edforhis lifeinre centweeksafterthemilitantgroupbeganroundingup journalistssuspectedofleaking negativeinformationaboutthe IslamicState,alsoknownasISIL orISIS. ÂAnyonewhowaspartofthe journalistunioninMosulwas taken,ÂŽSabasaid.ÂTheyaccused themofspyingandthreatenedto killtheirfamilies.Someofmy friends...wereinterrogatedand beaten,eventhoughtheyhadno proofagainstthem.ÂŽInearlySeptember,themilitantsexecuted15localjournalists assuspectedspiesinfrontofa largecrowdinthecenterofMosul andforcedchildrentowatch,said Saba,whowitnessedthekillings.v STORYCONTINUESON 2BÂInmorethanoneyear,theIslamicStatehas createdasocietywhereitÂsnormalforchildrento watchtheireldersbeingmurderedbythem.ÂŽMohammaBakour ,aschoolteacherwhoescapedinSeptemberUnderISILÂsbrutalrule, Iraqisareinconstantfear AHMEDJALIL,EUROPEANPRESSPHOTOAGENCYIraqisforcedtoÂ”eetheirhomesaheadofIslamicStatemilitantsÂ“ndshelteratarefugeecampnearErbilonAug.12.Mosulresidentswho managedtoescape describedailyterror KiranNazishSpecialforUSATODAY APalmettoStatewin couldleadtothe WhiteHouse. INNEWSS.C.struttingGOP electionpowers USATODAYÂ„ S E C TI O NB ThisisaneditionofUSATODAY providedforyourlocalnewspaper.An expandedversionofUSATODAYis availableatnewsstandsorby subscription,andatusatoday.com. Forthelatestnationalsportscoverage, gotosports.usatoday.com adno=700829
Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 MypersonalexposuretoSiliconValleyislimited.Backinthe 1990s,Iwasinterviewingfora jobatalargetechnologycompanyexpandingintothemedia business.Whentheinterviewer askedaboutmymanagementexperience,Ipointedtothetime 10yearsearlierwhenIcommandedaMarineriÂ”eplatoon aftercollege. ÂThatÂsnotleadership,ÂŽtheinterviewersaid.ÂYoujusttellpeoplewhattodo,andtheydoit.ÂŽ TherewerealotofreasonsI wasunsuitedforthejob.Still, thisremarkstruckmeasdumb asitwasrevealing.SiliconValley isaprettyinsularplace. SiliconValleyhascomeunder Â“reforitslackofracialandethnicdiversity,butlittleissaid aboutthenumberofveteransat techcompanies.Infact,itÂsimpossibletoknowwhatthose numbersare.Microsoft,Google andYahoowouldnotsayhow manyveteransworkthere,but alltoldmetheyaremaking eortstoattractformerservicemembers. Formuchofthetimesincemy interview,thenationhasbeenat war.Yetfewerthan1%ofthe A mericanpopulationservein themilitarytoday.ThatÂsafar cryfrompreviouswars,whena draftdrewmillionsintoservice. Thegapbetweenthemilitary andciviliansiswiderthanatany timeinmodernhistory.ThatÂsa toughbreakforthisgenerationÂs warriors,whoaregettingoutof themilitaryandlookingforjobs. TheyÂreenteringaworkforce whereemployersknowalmost nothingabouttheirexperience. ThatgapisparticularlypronouncedinSiliconValley,aprettyinsularworldbyanymeasure.ÂThereisacompletemisunderstanding,particularlyintech, aboutwhatpeopledointhemilitary,ÂŽsaysDougStone,aretired Marinemajorgeneralwhohasrun severaltechnologycompanies.Hesayshehaslearnedto avoidtalkingabouthismilitary background,whichincludesrunningdetaineeoperationsinIraq, withbusinesscolleagues.ÂThey reallypigeonholeyouvery quickly,andyoucanÂtconvince themotherwise,ÂŽStonesays. Sometechcompaniessaythey areworkingontheproblem. ÂWeÂrestillcrawling,butweÂre makinghugeprogress,ÂŽsays ChrisCortez,aretire dMarine majorgeneralwhoisMicrosoftÂs vicepresidentofmilitaryaairs. Heandotherspointtosuch workersasBernardBergan,32,a soldierwhoservedayearinAfghanistanÂsHelmandprovince andnowworksatMicrosoft. Exposuretocombathas helpedkeepstressinperspective.ÂIgettogohometonight,ÂŽ Berganremindedacolleague whohadcommentedonhow stressfuloneworkdaywas. Themilitaryisshrinkingafter morethanadecadeofwar.An estimated200,000servicememberswillbegettingoutofthe militaryinthenextÂ“vey ears, saysCortez,whohasledMicrosoftÂseortstoestablishasoftwaretrainingacademyat militarybases. BenBernanke,theformer FederalReservechairman,recentlysaidstudieshavesuggestedthatmilitarytrainingdoesnÂt giveworkersaboostinthe workplace. Butthatmissesanimportant point.ItÂstheintangiblequalities ofmilitaryexperiencethatare themostvaluable.Ifyousurvive theArmyÂsRangerSchoolora yearofcombatinAnbarprovince,Iraq,youhaveprobably de monstratedalevelofintestinalfortitudethatgoesbeyond whatisrequiredtorolloutthe latestiPhoneapp. ThatdoesnÂtmeanveterans shouldbetreatedasaprotected classdeservingspecialtreatment.Thatwell-intentioned ÂsupportÂŽultimatelyleadstoa publicthatviewsveteransasvictims,asdamagedgoods. Ashorribleascombatis,it alsoforgescharacterandleadershipskillsthathelppropelpeoplethroughlifeandwork.Many comeoutoftheexperience strongerthanwhentheyw ent in.Previousgenerationsinstinctivelyunderstoodthat. DonaldRegan,whoheaded MerrillLynchbeforebecoming PresidentReaganÂsTreasurysecretaryandWhiteHousechiefof sta,onceexplainedhowhisserviceasaMarinecommanderin thePaciÂ“cduringWorldWarII shapedhispostwarbusinessand politicalcareer. ÂAtage26,Iwasamajoron Okinawawith1,200menunder me,ÂŽhetold TheWashington Post ina1985proÂ“le.ÂWhen peoplearecallingyoutheÂold manÂandyouÂre26yearsoldand youÂrere sponsibleforsomany people,itdoesshapeyourlife. YouÂrenotafraidofcommand fromthenon.ÂŽ Today,veteransarecoming homefromwarwiththesame experience.TheAmericanpublic seemsslowtograspit. MichaelsisamilitarywriteratUSA TODAYandformerMarineinfantry ocer.VOICESTechtitansshouldvaluemilitaryservice JimMichaelsUSATODAY MICROSOFTChrisCortezisaretiredMarinemajorgeneralandMicrosoftÂsVPofmilitaryaairs.Silicon ValleyisÂmakinghugeprogressÂŽtowardabetterunderstandingofservicemembers,hesays. JUSTINSULLIVAN,GETTYIMAGESNeitherMicrosoft,GooglenorYahoowillsayhowmanyveteransworkthere.Allthreecompanies,however,saytheyaremakingeortstoattractformerservicemembers. SVENHOPPE,EUROPEANPRESSPHOTOAGENCY JUSTINSULLIVAN,GETTYIMAGESÂThereisa complete misunderstanding,particularly intech,about whatpeopledo inthemilitary.ÂŽDougStone, aretiredMarinemajor generalwhohasrunseveraltechnology companiesCHARLESTON,S.C.Thereisso muchatstakeinthe2016electionsÂ„includingSouthCarolinaÂsreputationasthemakerof Republicannomineesand presidents. Startingin1980,SouthCarolinaRepublicanshadpickedthe eventualnominee(andsometimesthepresident)everyfour years.Buttheirstreakendedin 2012whenNewtGingrichtook thestatebutlostthenomination, andnowmembe rsoftheS.C. GOPwanttostartanewone. ÂWehaveanamazingdiversity ofconservativevoters,ÂŽsaidSen. TimScott,R-S.C.,acoalitionthat Âallowsourelectoratetomake decisionsthatseemtobesupportedbythenationasawhole.ÂŽ Speakingbackstageinahigh schoolauditorium,Scotthad hostedaneventfeaturingJeb Bush,whotoldreportersthat ÂSouthCarolinaelects presidents.ÂŽ Thistime,PalmettoStateRepublicanssaytheybelievethe winneroftheFeb.20primary willbebestpositionedtowin the partyÂs nominationbecause SouthCarolinarepresentsthe GOPbetterthanstatessuchas IowaandNewHampshire. ItisaÂrealtestofstrengthÂŽfor anycandidate,saidstateparty chairmanMattMoore,becauseit hasÂabroadcross-sectionofthe RepublicanParty.ÂŽ VoterLinBennett,61,aretiree waitingtoseeBushatBishop EnglandHighSchoolhere,describedtheGOPvoteinSouth CarolinaasaÂmicrocosmÂŽofthe conservativevotenationally. Thereareeconomicconservativesandsocialconservatives. Evangelical sarefocuse donsuch issuesasabortion,whilebusiness ownersprotestgovernmentregulations.ThestateÂslargemilitary communityisinterestedinveteransÂbeneÂ“tsandforeignpolicy. Therealsoarelibertariansand gunrightsgroups. EveryonefromDonaldTrump tofavoritesonLindseyGraham willhavetodrawvotersfrom theseandothergroups. ÂYouÂvegottoplaycoalition politicsinSouthCarolina,ÂŽsaid BruceHaynes,anon-alignedRepublicanstrategist. BenCarson,theretiredneurosurgeon,plan stomakeinroads withthestateÂslargenumbersof evangelicalvoters. WhileSouthCarolinahasbeen knowntobolsterestablishment candidatesinpastelections,voterssaytheyareintriguedbyout sidersincludingTrump,Carson andCarlyFiorina.ÂEverybody feelslikenobodyinWashington getsanythingaccomplished,ÂŽsaid SarahLong,61,abusinessmanagerfromColumbia. MarcoRubiohasputtogether awell-regardedstainSouth Carolina,whileTedCruzisappealingtoevangelicals.OhioGov. Joh nKasichalsoisexpectedt o makeaplay. StateAttorneyGeneralAlan WilsonsaidÂgrass-rootsÂŽcampaigningiskey.ÂItrulybelieve SouthCarolinaisgoingtoreturn toitsoldwaysofpickingpresidents,ÂŽWilsonsaid. Rubiowouldprobablyagree, jokingwiththecrowd:ÂYoumaynotknowthis,butweÂregoingto beinSouthCarolinaalot.ÂŽSouthCarolinaseekskingmakerroleNewdiversitytests stateÂsreputationas GOPÂmicrocosmÂ DavidJacksonUSATODAY ÂWehavean amazingdiversityof conservativevoters... (that)allowsour electoratetomake decisionsthatseem tobesupportedby thenation.ÂŽSen. TimScott ,R-S.CTwoweeksafterheÂ”edthe city,theIslamicStatekilledhis youngerbrotherasanÂexample forotherswhoweretryingtoescape,ÂŽhesaid.ÂIfmorepeople leave,theywilllosetheircredibilityinfrontoftheworld.ÂŽ MohammaBakour,32,a schoolteacherwhoescapedin September,saidthemilitantsinitiallyshutdownalltheschools. Now,hesaid,theyhaverevised thecoursestobeconsistentwith theirradicalviewofIslam. ÂBooksthatdiscussevol ution arebannedand(many)science labsinschoolshavebeen burned,ÂŽBakoursaid.ÂÂOnlyGod createdtheworld,andyoudonÂt needexperimentstotellthemthe worldexists.ÂThatÂstheir philosophy.ÂŽ Bakoursaidmanychildren havebeentraumatizedbytheregimeÂsbrutality. ÂWhentheycutathroatin frontofthechildren,somechildrengetpsychologicallyaected andotherchildrenacceptitas normal,ÂŽhesaid.ÂInmorethan oneyear,theIslamicStatehas createdasocietywhereitÂsnormalforchildrentowatc htheireldersbeingmurderedbythem.ÂŽ MostchildrendonÂtgoto schoolandcouldendupjoining themilitants,Bakoursaid.Child laboriscommon.Manychildren Âsellwaterandsnacksonthe streetstomake$5adaytosupporttheirfamilies.Butiftheyget recruitedby(theIslamicState), theymakemuchmoremoney, andmanyfamiliesneedthat,ÂŽhe said. ÂTheywillhavenofutureto buildacivilsociety.Itwillb ea chaos,ÂŽheadded. MoreresidentstrappedinMosulhavewantedtogetoutafter IraqÂscentralg overnmentin Baghdadcutogovernment workersÂsalariesbecausetheIslamicStatewasseizing20%to 30%ofpeopleÂspaytoÂ“nanceits rule. One22-year-oldmanwhorecentlyescapedsaidthemilitants seized$4millionworthofproductionequipmentfromhisfamilyÂsfood-packingfactories.He askedtobeidentiÂ“edonlybyhis Â“rstname,Aws,becausehisfamilyisstilltrappedinMosul,and hefearstheirlivesareindanger. Awssaidheandhisyounger brotherswereforcedtorunerrandsfort heIslamicState.Othersworkvoluntarilyforthegroup becauseprivatebusinesshas driedup.Fewshopatmallsanymore,buttheIslamicStatestill collectstaxesfromthestoresand othershopowners,hesaid. AwssaidtheIslamicStatehas becomeanecient,ifbrutal,bureaucracyinthepastyear.And governmentworkerswhosesalarieshavebeencutobyBaghdad aresodesperatethattheyare willingtoworkfortheIslamic Stateforlittlemoney. Noteveryonefeelsterrorized inMosul.Thosewhoexp resssatisfactionwiththeIslamicState tendtobeSunniMuslims,the samesectasthemilitantsina countrywherethemajorityof residentsandvirtuallyalltop governmentocialsinBaghdad areShiites. ÂEverythingisbetterunderthe IslamicState,ÂŽsaidAbdullah Rehman,66,aSunni.Histhree sonsworkforthecitydepartmentresponsibleforbasicser-vices,suchascleaningstreets, sewage,trashcollectionandelectricity.ÂThereisapropersystem ofgovernance,and lifeissimple,ÂŽ hesaid. Rehmanisoneof600senior citizensallowedbytheIslami c StatetotravelforhajjÂ„theannualpilgrimageforMuslimsto Mecca.Now,heandmanyothers arestuckinKirkukinnorthern Iraq.LocalauthoritiesareblockingtheirtravelbacktoMosulout ofconcernfortheirsafety,Kirkuk policechiefSarhadQadirsaid. ÂWecanÂttakeresponsibilityfor thesepeople,ÂŽhesaid. Still,Rehmanremainseagerto makeitbackhome. ÂThereisnocorruptioninthe society.Ifsomeonedoes ill,the y getpunished,ÂŽhesaid.ÂIfthey steal,theirhandswillbechopped. Iftheyspy,theyare(considered) enemiesandtheywillbekilled. Thissystemallowspeopletobe good,andthatiswhatIslam teaches.ÂŽ A fterISIL,futureof IraqwillbeÂchaosÂv CONTINUEDFROM 1B N MosulSource ESRIUSATODAY Miles 0100 E up h r at es Ri v e r T i g r i s Ri v erSyria Turkey Iran KuwaitBaghdad TikritIraqSaudi Arabia IranDetail DetailKirkuk AHMADAL-RUBAYE,AFP/GETTYIMAGESIraqiShiiteÂ“ghtersjoinamilitaryoperationagainsttheIslamicStateintheMakhoulmountainsnorthofBaijionOct.17.
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 3 INBRIEFEUROPEANLEADERSHOLD EMERGENCYSUMMITEuropeanleadersheldan emergencymeetingSundayto Â“ndwaystoeasetheplightof thousandsofmigrantsmarching acrosstheBalkanstowardthe EuropeanUnionÂsheartland. AtasummitinBrussels,adraft statementcallsonthenationsto stopallowingmigrantsthrough withoutanagreementfromtheir neighbors,theBBCreported. Leadersalsolookedtobolster patrolsatGreeceÂsbordersand willsend400extraguardstoSlovenia.Nearly250,000migrants havepassedthroughtheBalkans sincemid-September. Croatiasaid1 1,500people crossedintothecountrySaturday,thehighestinasingleday sinceHungaryputupafence.VOTERSHANDPOLANDÂS CONSERVATIVEPARTYAWINVotersinPolandhandedthe conservativeoppositionparty LawandJusticeavictoryinparliamentaryelectionsSunday, tossingoutthecentristpartythat hadgovernedforeightyears. ExitpollsshowtheLawand Justiceparty,asociallyconservativepartythatwantstokeepmigrantsoutandspendmoreon PolandÂsownpoor,winningwith 39%ofthevote,enoughtogovern withoutformingacoalition. Thepro-EuropeanCivicPl atformpartyreceived23%ofthe vote,accordingtotheexitpoll. PolishPrimeMinisterEwaKopaczofCivicPlatformconceded shortlyaftertheexitpollwasreleased,theAssociatedPressreported.Ocialpollingresultsare expectedMonday.SUSPECTINFATALOKLA. PARADECRASHCHARGEDThesuspectinacarcrashthat killedfourpeopleandwounded nearly50atOklahomaStateUniversityÂshomecomingparadein Stillwater,Okla.,wasbeingheld onfourchargesofsecond-degree murder,policesaidSunday. Thedriver,AdaciaChambers, 25,wasarrestedanddetainedon suspicionofdrivingundertheinÂ”uence.Policewereawaiting bloodtestresults. Thelawyerrepresenting ChamberssaidhebelievedmentalillnesscausedthecrashSaturday.ÂIdonÂtbelieverightnow thatshewasintoxicated,ÂŽattorneyTonyColemantold TheOklahoman onSunday.ÂIhavedeep concernsabouthercompetency atthispoint.IÂmnotapsychologistorpsychiatr ist,butIcantell yousheÂssueringfrommental illness.ÂŽ Theho mecominggameagainst Kansaswasplayedasscheduled, playersbowingtheirheadsin prayerastheAmericanÂ”agÂ”utteredathalf-stainBoonePickensStadiumunderordersfrom Gov.MaryFallin,anOklahoma Statealumnawhoattendedthe homecominggame.CARSON:RAPE,INCESTNOT REASONSFORABORTIONRapeandincestarenoreasons toterminateapregnancy,frontrunningGOPpresidentialcandidateBenCarsonsaidSunday. Buoyedbypollsshowinghim runningaheadofDonaldTrump inIowa,theretiredneurosurgeon saidexceptionsshouldbeconsideredonlyinrarecasesinvolving themotherÂshealth,Âifpeople cancomeupwithareasonable explanationofwhytheywould liketokillababy.ÂŽOnNBCÂsMeetthePress,CarsonsaidheÂwouldloveÂŽtoseethe SupremeCourtÂs1973decision overturnedforRoev.Wade,which legalizedabortionnationwide.Mothersshouldnothavethe righttoterminateanunwanted pregnancy,Carsonsaid,justas slaveownersdidnothavethe righttodowhatevertheywanted totheirslaves. Hadabolitionistsallowedthat, hesaid,ÂWherewouldwebe?ÂŽ Â„RichardWolf AFP/GETTYIMAGESAresident,right,oerswatertoawomanwalkingthroughthe CroatianbordertownofKljucBrdoveckiwithothermigrants ontheirwaytocrosstheCroatia-SloveniaborderonSunday. TheEuropeanUnionwillÂstartfallingapartÂŽifitfailstotake action,SlovenianPrimeMinisterMiroCerarwarnedSunday.PRESIDENTANDPUBLISHERJohnZidichEDITORINCHIEFDavidCallawayCHIEFREVENUEOFFICERKevinGentzel 7950JonesBranchDr.,McLean,Va.22108, 703-854-3400 PublishedbyGannett ThelocaleditionofUSATODAYis publisheddaily inpartnershipwithGannettNewspapers Advertising: Alladvertisingpublishedin USATODAYissubjecttothecurrentrate card;copiesavailablefromthe advertisingdepartment.USATODAYmay initssolediscretionedit,classify,rejector cancelatanytimeanyadvertising submitted. National,Regional: 703-854-3400 Reprintpermission,copiesofarticles, glossyreprints: www.GannettReprints.comorcall 212-221-9595 USATODAYisamemberofThe AssociatedPressandsubscribestoother newsservices.USATODAY,itslogoand associatedgraphicsareregistered trademarks.Allrightsreserved. USATODAYiscommitted toaccuracy.Toreachus, contactStandardsEditor BrentJonesat800firstname.lastname@example.org. Pleaseindicatewhether youÂrerespondingto contentonlineorinthe newspaper. Corrections&Clarifications LAMANZANILLA,MEXICOMountains,geographyandprayer ledtosurprisinglylittledamage andfewdeaths whenHurricanePatricia,the strongeststormonrecordinthe WesternHemisphere,slammed ashorewith165-mphwinds. ExpertssayMexicoÂsmountainsandquickmassevacuations savedlivesovertheweekend.But asklocalresidentsandtheysay somethingelsehadahand. ÂGodtakescareofus,ÂŽsaidYolandaGarciaCasillas,49,who rodeoutthestorminthisseaside community20milessouthfrom wherethestormmadelandfall. Aboveaveragewar mwaters ofthePaciÂ“calongwithvery littlewindshearcombined toquicklybuildPatriciaintoa monsterstormwith200mph windsasitapproachedMexicoÂs coast,DennisFeltgen,ameteorologistwiththeU.S.National HurricaneCenterinMiami,said Sunday. Butasitapproachedthecoast Fridayevening,thecircularwinds collidedwiththeSierraMadre Occidentalrange,weakeningit, hesaid.Thestormcameashore nearCuixmalaat6:15p.m.Friday asaCategory5with165mph windsÂ„thesamestrengthas HurricaneAndrewwhenitstruck SouthFloridain1992,hesaid. Unlikethatsprawlingstorm, Patriciahadacompacteyeonly 5nauticalmilesacross,andits strongestwindsextendedjust 15milesfromtheeye,Feltgen said.Asitcrashedwiththe mountains,thehurricanefell apart.By4a.m.Saturday,itweakenedtoaCategory1stormand wasdepletedtoapost-tropical depression.ÂInlessthan24 hoursaftermakinglandfallasa Category5hurricane,itwas gone,ÂŽFeltgensaid. Patriciaalsopickedthebe st possibleplacetoarrive:asparsely populatedstretchofcoastdotted withÂ“shingvillagesandwinter homesforforeigners.Itmissed thepopulatedcentersofPuerto VallartatoitsnorthandManzanillotothesouth,hesaid. ÂAlittlejogtotheleft,alittle jogtotherightandweÂdbehavingadierentconversation,ÂŽ Feltgensaid. BySundayafternoon,sixpeoplewerereporteddead:two struckbyafallingtreeinthe townofTapalpainsouthernJaliscostateandfourotherskilled inavehicl eaccident,accordingto thenewsagencyEFEinMexico. Authoritieswererelievedthat thestormwasnotcomparableto TyphoonHaiyaninthePhilippinestwoyearsago,whichleft morethan7,300deadormissing anddestroyedmorethan1millionhomes. Mexicanocialstoutedthe massevacuationsaskey. ÂThepopulationresponded. Thehotelsresponded.Theshippingindustryresponded,ÂŽMexicoÂsCommunicationsand TransportationSecretaryGerardoRuizEsparzasaidatanews conference.ÂIfwehadnothad thatresponse,wewouldhavehad moreincidents.ÂŽ PatriciaÂsrapidbuildupinthe PaciÂ“calsodidnÂtallowtimeforit todevelopasubstantialstorm surge,DanPydynowski,ameteorologistwithAccuweather.com, saidSunday. InLaManzanilla,several beachsiderestaurantswere crumpledbutothersremainedintact. MariadeJesusGuzman,70, cleanedoutwhatremainsofthe restaurantsherunswithherhusband,AndresAceves.Sherode outthestormwithhim,theirson andfourgrandchildreninahouse uptheroad. ÂWeÂrestillinshock,ÂŽCasillas sai d.ÂWehaveourlives.Withlife, thereÂsalwayshope.ÂŽ Contributing:DavidAgreninMonterrey,Mexico PHOTOSBYROBERTHANASHIRO,USATODAY PLANNINGHELPEDBLUNT HURRICANEPATRICIAEvacuationssavedlivesandgeographyweakenedstormÂswrath RickJervisUSATODAY Above,water ispumped fromthe streetsof Cihuatlan. Left,Maria deJesusGuzmanand AndrÃ©s Aceveswere gratefulthe damageto theirrestaurantwasnÂt worse. Louisianabracedformorerain intoMondayafterthestormthat dumpedmorethanafootofrain onTexasovertheweekend movedeast. AÂ”ashÂ”oodwatchwasissued SundayforpartsofNewOrleans andBatonRougetolastthrough Mondayafternoon,theNational W eatherServicesaid.Someareas aroundNewOrleanscouldgetup to8inchesofrain. HoursofheavyrainfallSunday putlow-lyingareasoutsideofleveeprotectionatriskofminor Â”ooding,theweatherservicesaid. Thewarningencompassedareas insevenparishes,inc ludingOrleans,Jeerson,St.Bernardand Plaquemines. Morethan3.5inchesofrain hadfalleninBatonRougeby Sundayafternoon,whilemore than6inchesfellwestofNew Orleans,theweatherservicesaid. A possibletornadoinSt.Rosehit around10:30a.m.,causingminor damagetotreesandacarport, theweatherservicesaid. InTexas,Â”oodwarningsfor HoustonandGalvestonexpired SundayasremnantsfromHurricanePatriciadissipatedandrain inthatareaeased. TheHoustonareasawheavy rainformuchofSatu rdayafternoonandearlySunday,causing varioushigh-waterlocationsand impassableroads.Bayousstarted tocrestaround3a.m.Sunday. ÂTherewillbelocalizedÂ”oodinginHouston,primarilystreet Â”ooding,ÂŽHoustonMayorAnnise Parkerwarned. Thepotentialforarepeatof Â”oodinganddevastatingpropertydamageinTexasloomedÂ“ve monthsaftertorrentialspring stormscausedmorethan30 deathsandleftlargeswathsof thestateunderwater.ThatMemorialDayweekendweathersystembro ughtanastonishing amountofrainfall,withsome areasreceivingmorethan20 inches.Louisiana holdson forheavy rain,Â”oodsNewOrleansarea couldsee8inches AamerMadhaniUSATODAY JEWELSAMAD,AFP/GETTYIMAGESAgirlwalksalongaÂ”oodedstreetinAustinonSaturday.Flood warningsforHoustonandGalvestonexpiredSunday. Patriciagrewfromatropical stormtoCategory5hurricanein 18hours,thenbacktoatropical storminlessthan13hours.OCT.2010a.m.TropicalDepression20 formswith35-mphwinds10p.m.BecomesTropical StormPatricia,40mphwindsOCT.217p.m.Strengthensto65-mph windsOCT.224a.m.BecomesaCategory1 hurricanewith85-mphwinds10a.m.100mphwinds(Cat2)1p.m.130mphwinds(Cat4)10p.m.160mphwinds(Cat5)OCT.234a.m.200-mphwinds(Cat5)4p.m.Weakensto190-mph winds(Cat5)justbeforelandfall6:15p.m.Makeslandfallwith 165-mphwinds(Cat5)10p.m.130-mphwinds(Cat4)OCT.241a.m.100-mphwinds(Cat2)7a.m.Weakenstoatropical stormwith50-mphwinds10a.m.35-mphwinds(tropical depression)4p.m.30-mphwinds(posttropicalcyclone) AlanGomezTimelineof ahurricane
Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 TerrieandKennyKemp wereexpectingtheirthirdchild in1979whenthebadnews came.KennyhadALS,theincurabledegenerativemuscle diseaseknownasLouGehrigÂs disease. Thetworaisedthechildren asbesttheycould,asKennyÂs healthdeteriorated.Kennydied in1986,andTerriesoldieredon withherchildren. AboutayearafterKennyÂs death,mechanicEdNelson askedTerrieifshewouldliketo gotoamovie.Itbeganacourtshipofnearly30years. TerrieandEdeventually movedintogether.Neitherrem embersexactlywhen.They boughtEdÂsparentsÂMadison Countyfarminthelate1990s. About10yearsago,Edproposed.Terriesaidno.ÂWewere gettingalongÂ“nethewaywe were,ÂŽTerriesaid.ButTerrie wasnervous.LosingKennywas terriblypainful.Shethoughtif shekeptEdatarmÂslength,he wouldbeOK. Thetruthwas,TerriedidnÂt wanttobevulnerabletothe hurtoflosingthemanshe lovedagain.Edunderstood.ÂIf youchangeyourmind,justlet meknow,ÂŽhesaid. Slowly,overthatlastdecade, TerrieKempÂ sgreatestfearfaded.Sosheacceptedhisproposal.Buttherewasatwist. TerrieandEdthrewasmall LaborDaypartyatthefarm, wheretheyannouncedtheir decisiontomarrytofamily. TheyÂdalreadypickedatime andplace:HalloweenNightat ZombieHollow,ayardhaunt putonbyLewisandCandyJordaninUrbandale. ItÂsfreetothepublic,althoughafree-willdonationto theSentinelsofFreedomcharityisencouraged. Thecharityprovidesscholarshipsandassistancetoseriouslywoundedveteransofthe AfghanistanandIraqwars. Thecouplehavechosentheir them efromÂTheAddams Family.ÂŽAfriendwillociate andthecrowdwillbeÂ“lledwith monsters,ghosts,ghouls,zombiesandvampires. Itpromisestobeamongthe mostbizarrespectaclesofboth Halloweenandmatrimony,but thatÂsexactlywhatTerrieand Edwanted. ÂIfyouÂregoingtowait30 yearstodosomething,ÂŽTerrie said.ÂYoumightaswellgoall out.ÂŽ TogetherinZombieHollowmatrimonyHIGHLIGHT:IOWA DanielP.FinneyTheDesMoinesRegister ZACHBOYDEN-HOLMES,THEDESMOINESREGISTERTerrieKempandEdNelsonattheZombieHollowhaunted houseinUrbandale,wheretheywillmarryonHalloween.STATE-BY-STATE ALABAMAUniontown: Last monthÂsFootwashfestivalwas moreviolentthanlawenforcementocialsinitiallyadmitted, AL.comreported.Stabbings,a shootingandotherincidents packedhospitalswithpatients.ALASKAFairbanks: Morethan 100peoplegatheredintheWood CentertodiscusstheUniversity ofAlaskaÂshandlingofsexual assaultandmisconductcases, newsminer.comreported.ARIZONAPhoenix: Morethan one-thirdofthe57settlements thestatemadewithitsemployees frommid-2009tolate-2014speciÂ“callyallegedgenderdiscrimination,sexdiscriminationor sexualharassment.Three-quartersofthesettlementswithstate workersinvolvedwomen,even thoughonlyslightlymorethan halfoftheworkforceisfemale, accordingtoaninvestigationby TheArizonaRepublic .ARKANSASLittleRock: Two peoplearesoughtinconnection withtheshopliftingofmorethan 50packagesofrib-eyesteaks fromaRogersgrocerystore, ArkansasOnline reported.CALIFORNIASacramento: BeforetheDeftonesperformedat theMonsterEnergyAftershock festival,drummerAbeCunninghamwentthroughphotosfrom the Bee ÂsarchivesandreÂ”ected onthehometownbandÂspasttwo decades.Cunninghamspoke aboutbassistChiCheng,who diedin2013afteracaraccident in2008lefthiminalong-term coma.COLORADOGreeley: Theuseof cocaineandmarijuanacaught administratorsatUniversity Schoolsoguard,andtheyrespondedwithwhatparentshave calledheavy-handedtactics,the GreeleyTribune reported.CONNECTICUTNewLondon: RepresentativesfromCanada, Denmark,Finland,Iceland,Norway,Sweden,RussiaandtheU.S. willgatherattheU.S.Coast GuardAcademytodiscussthe Arctic.Theywillmeetbehind closeddoorsfromWednesday throughFriday.DELAWAREWilmington: Rep. JohnCarney,aDemocraticcongressmanwhoisrunningfor governorin2016,raisedmore than$200,000atafundraiserlast week, TheNewsJournal reported.DISTRICTOFCOLUMBIA:D.C. Councilmembers,legalexperts andresidentsblastedaproposal byMayorMurielBowsertocut homicidesbyallowinglawenforcementocerstoperform warrantlesssearchesofviolent ex-oenders, TheWashington Post reported.FLORIDADestin: HuyDoan,38, wasarrestedandchargedwith videovoyeurismandbatteryafter awomanatanailsalonhe workedinfoundacellphoneset upinabathroomtorecordpatrons. ThePensacolaNewsJournal reportedDoanfollowedthe womanandattackedherina parkinglotaftershetookthe phone,leftthebusinessand called911.GEORGIADuluth: Thestate RepublicanPartyÂsSecond Amendmentcelebrationandgun giveawaywascanceled, TheAtlantaJournal-Constitution reported.HAWAIIHonolulu: Policeare investigatingaftermorethan20 pigletswentmissingfromapig farmonOahu,HawaiiNewsNow reported.IDAHOFairÂ“eld: TheSoldier MountainSkiAreaisgenerating interestaftertheownerannouncedthatitwaslookingto selltheareafor$149,000.More than2,000inquirieswerereceivedaftertheOct.14announcementofthesale,the IdahoMountainExpress reported.ILLINOISMoline: TheIllinois DepartmentofTransportation saysa115-year-oldtraindepot herewillbedemolishednext summer, TheDispatch reported.INDIANAEvansville: Ocials brokegroundontheAcademic HealthScienceandResearch CenteronlyaweekaftertheState BudgetCommitteegaveitsÂ“nal approval,the EvansvilleCourier& Press reported.IOWAIowaCity: MireyaBalderaswillbesentencednext monthafterpleadingguiltyfor herpartinthe2012deathher 20-month-oldson,the IowaCity Press-Citizen reported.Balderas facesupto25yearsinprison.KANSASWichita: Alocalgroup planstorepairandÂ”yaB-29 SuperfortressWorldWarIIbomberafterhittingitsfundraising goalfortheproject, TheWichita Eagle reported.KENTUCKYLittleHickman: Workisnearingcompletionon thereplacementofDamNo.8on theKentuckyRiver,whichholds thepoolfromwhichNicholasville andLancasterdrawtheirwater, TheLexingtonHerald-Leader reported.Thedamneededtobe replacedbecausewaterleaks throughitsfoundation.LOUISIANANewOrleans: Dependingonthegradelevel,22%40%ofpublicelementaryschool studentsscoredatthemastery levelorhigheronnewCommon CoretestsinEnglishandmath, accordingtostateDepartmentof Educationstatisticscitedby The Times-Picayune .MAINESouthPortland: Fire ChiefKevinGuimondsaidSouth PortlandistheÂ“rstcityinMaine toreceiveaClass1ratingfrom theInsuranceServicesOce,a NewJersey-basedorganization thatadvisesinsurancecompanies throughouttheUSA,the Portland PressHerald reported.MARYLANDAssateagueIsland: TheAssateagueherdlost Sham,itsoldeststallion,last week, TheDailyTimes reported. Thenon-proÂ“tgroupAssateague IslandAlliancesaidSham,who wasnearly25,washumanely euthanizedbecauseofhisdecliningcondition.MASSACHUSETTSSaugus: A hooded,maskedmanbrokeinto BarberMastersandstolejerseys signedbysuchlocalsportsstars asTomBrady,JohnnyBucykand DavidOrtiz.MICHIGANYpsilantiTownship: Agroupcreatingamuseum inaportionoftheWillowRun BomberPlantwhereRosiethe Riveteronceworkedmayhave regaineditsÂlargestgatheringof peopledressedasRosietheRiveterÂŽrecord,WDIV-TVreported. AnocialportraitSaturday showed2,097ÂRosiesÂŽdressed liketheimageusedtorecruit femaleindustrialworkersduring WorldWarII.MINNESOTAWinona: Wildlife ocialsareworkingtorelocate thousandsofthreatenedbatsthat havebeenlivingunderaMississippiRiverbridgethatÂsdueto betorndown.Wildlifebiologists frombothstatesAnestimated 3,000batsarelivingunderthe Interstate90bridge,the Winona DailyNews reported.MISSISSIPPINatchez: The NatchezDemocrat reportedthat Melmont,atwo-storyGreek revivalhouse,wasnamedtothe 10MostEndangeredHistoric PlacesinMississippilistbythe MississippiHeritageTrust.MISSOURIBoonville: TheÂ“rst phaseofrehabilitationworkon theKatyBridgeherehasbegun, the ColumbiaDailyTribune reported.ProjectmanagerNoah Barnessaysthegoalistomake thebridgeaccessibletopedestriansbynextspring.MONTANABozeman: Faculty membersatMontanaStateUniversityvoteddownaproposalto launchahospitalitymanagement degree,eectivelykillingthe program,the BozemanDaily Chronicle reported.NEBRASKAFairbury: State ocialssaidtherewillbeno mountainlionhuntingseason nextyear,the OmahaWorldHerald reported.NEVADASparks: Accordingtoa nationalstudy,Sparksisthe seventhbestplacetotrick-ortreat,the RenoGazette-Journal reported.Financialtechnology companySmartAssetconducted thestudy,accountingforcrime rates,historicalweatherstatistics,housingdensity,aordability andpopulationofyoungchildren inover300cities.NEWHAMPSHIREEpping: The WatsonAcademyÂshistoricbuilding,whichwasdamagedthree yearsagoinamagnitude-4.0 earthquake,isnowbeingrepaired for$54,000.Builtin1883,the buildingwasmostrecentlyhome totherecreationdepartment,the UnionLeader reported.NEWJERSEYJackson: Ajudge upheldazoningboardÂsdecision torejectanOrthodoxJewish all-girlshighschoolfrombeing builthere,the AsburyParkPress reported.NEWMEXICOGallup: Nobody washurtandnohazardousmaterialswereinvolvedwhena BNSFRailwayfreighttrainpartiallyderailed.NEWYORKFarmington: WadeÂsMarketCenter,a47-year Â“xtureonRoute96,hasclosed. ThegrocerystoreÂspropertywas sold,forcingtheownerothe site,the DemocratandChronicle reported.ThestorewillbereplacedbyTopsFriendlyMarket, whichwillopenintimefor Thanksgiving.NORTHCAROLINARaleigh: TheAxeWomenLoggersof Mainewereanewattractionat theStateFair, TheNews&Observer reported.Fourlumberjills competedagainsteachother, throwingaxes,choppingand sawingwoodandknockingeach otheroaÂ”oatinglogintoapool ofwater.NORTHDAKOTABismarck: Thepublisherofthe Bismarck Tribune ,BrainKroshus,will makeanattemptfortheNorth Dakotastateauditorposition. Kroshus,whoalsoannounced steppingdownaspublisher,will seektheRepublicannomination.OHIOToledo: AmateurshipwreckhunterTomKowalczk believesthathefoundabarge loadedwithoilorsometypeof solventwhenitsunkOct.20, 1937,inLakeErieandmaynow beleakingneartheU.S.-Canadian border, The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reported.OKLAHOMATulsa: CoreyStewart,aformerOsageNationpolice ocer,wasorderedtostandtrial forafatalcollisionthatkilleda pedestrian,KOTVreported.OREGONEugene: SimonTusha, adatacenterdeveloperwhotried topurchasetheformerHynix manufacturingplanthere,is callingfortheidentityofwhoever outbidhim, TheRegister-Guard reported.Hynixwasoneofthe Eugene-areaÂslargestprivate employersfromlate1998until 2008,manufacturingcomputer memorychips.PENNSYLVANIAPittsburgh: Morethan100artifactsfromthe recentlyclosedMacyÂsdowntown storewillgoondisplayatthe SenatorJohnHeinzHistory CenternextmonthonNov.20. Someitemswillbeusedtorecreateaholidaywindowdisplay.RHODEISLANDProvidence: BrownUniversitybrokeground onanewthree-storySchoolof Engineeringbuilding.Theproject costs$88million.SOUTHCAROLINACharleston: ConsumersÂChoiceHealthInsuranceCo.willnotoercoverage nextyearintheHealthExchange, leavingits67,000subscribersto Â“ndanotherplannextyear, The GreenvilleNews reported.SOUTHDAKOTAPierre: State ocialsunveiledthedesignfor 2016licenseplates,whichis similartothecurrentMount Rushmoreplatedesign,with dierentcoloring.TENNESSEEKnoxville: William LeonardJr.,32,wasarresteda dayafterhewasaccusedofkidnapping16-year-oldHarlea HunterWebsteratgunpoint, WBIR-TVreported.TEXASDallas: Twoconstruction Â“rmshavebeenselectedtodo 30%oftheworkonarailway fromDallastoHouston,making the240-milecommutein90 minutes.Theprojectisnowmore thanhalfwaytomeetingits $400millioninvestmentgoal neededtobeginwork, TheDallas MorningNews reported.UTAHWestValleyCity: Local ocialsarehopingtoluretheir policeocersintolivingwithin citylimitsbyoering$10,000 towardthepurchaseofahome. KSL-TVreportedthatocers whobuyahousewithincitylimitswillbeeligiblefora$10,000 lumpsumpaymentaswellasa $200monthlyhousingallowance foruptothreeyears.VERMONTCastleton: State Republicansareleastlikelyto supportmarijuanalegalization, butmostlikelytoexpectthelaw topassnextyear,accordingtoa CastletonPollingInstitutesurvey thatfound56%ofallrespondents supportlegalizationofrecreationalmarijuana,andanoverall 59%expectVermonttolegalize marijuanain2016, Burlington FreePress reported.VIRGINIASomerset: Theowner ofPeaceableFarmsurrendered 71horses,28catsandsevendogs inananimalwelfareinvestigation,the CulpeperStar-Exponent reported.WASHINGTONEllensburg: KittitasCountyauthoritiessaya hikermissingintheTeanaway areawalked16milesovernightto safety,the YakimaHerald reported.WESTVIRGINIACharleston: TheU.S.Navywillnameaship afterHershelÂWoodyÂŽWilliams, aWorldWarIIveteranandCongressionalMedalofHonorrecipient,the Gazette-Mail reported.WISCONSINMarinette: The U.S.isconsideringsellingfour LockheedMartin-designedlittoralcombatshipstoSaudiArabia. FincantieriMarinetteMarine buildsthe388-footvessels,designedtocarryoutsurfacewarfareandanti-mineoperationsin shallowercoastalwaters, Green BayPress-Gazette reported.WYOMINGCasper: Energy companiesinthestatecuttheir payrollsby4,200people,orby 15.4%,betweenAugustof2014 and2015,the CasperStar-Tribune reported. CompiledbyTimWendel,NicoleGill andJonathanBriggs,withDaniel Farber-Bell,CarolynCerbin,Linda Dono,MorganEichensehr,MikeGottschamer,BenSheerandNichelle Smith.DesignbyKarenTaylor.GraphicsbyAlejandroGonzalez. NewsfromacrosstheUSA
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 5 U.S.-BUILTCAMAROS SETTOROLLOFFTHELINE GeneralMotorswillofficially beginrollingthe2016Camaro offthelinestodayatitsLansing (Mich.)GrandRiverAssembly plant.ItÂstheÂ“rsttimetheCamarohasbeenproducedintheU.S. sincethethird-generationmodelsin1992.GM,whichhired450 peoplethissummerandadded asecondshifttoproducethe vehicle,hasbeenproducingpilot Camarosthereforthepastfew monthsfortestingpurposes. Lansing-areaChevroletdealers expectthecartohitthelotsby mid-November.Thestarting priceis$25,700fortheCamaro 1LT,whichispoweredbya2.0L 4-cylinderor3.6LV6engine.The 1SSmodelwitha6.2LV8engine startsat$37,795.Itwillbeavailableincoupeandconvertible bodystyles. CHINESECOMPANYTOBUY TEXASOILFIELDSFOR$1.3B AChinesecompanyisspending about$1.3billiontobuyoilÂ“elds inHowardandBordencounties ofwest-centralTexas.TwoNevada-basedcompanies,TallCity ExplorationLLCandPlymouth PetroleumLLC,aresellingthe Â“eldstoChinaÂsDingliang Huitong.Afterthat,ShanghaibasedYantaiXinchaoIndustry Co.Ltd.,willacquireDingliang Huitong.Thesalealreadyhas beenapprovedbytheU.S. TreasuryÂsCommitteeonForeign Investment. DRUGMAKERAIMSTO UNDERCUTHIGH-PRICEDPILL SanDiego-basedImprimisPharmaceuticalsisofferingalow-cost alternativetothemuch-criticized drugDaraprim,whichTuring Pharmaceuticalsattemptedto markupbymorethan5,000% from$13.50apillto$750.Imprimissaysitwillofferanoption thatwouldsellforlessthan$1a pill.Thedrugmakerwillmake customizedcompoundpillsfor prescriptionstotreatpatients withtoxoplasmosis,aparasitic diseasethatafflictspeoplewith weakened immunesystems, suchasthosewithAIDSand pregnantwomen.Investors applaudedthemove,driving sharesup17.4%to$7.01Friday. MONEYLINE RODSANFORD,LANSINGSTATEJOURNAL GLAXOSMITHKLINE U SASNAPSHOTSÂ© Lesspayfor s easonalworkers S ource SnagajobHolidayHiringsurvey o f1,001adultsresponsibleforhiring h ourlyemployees J AEYANGANDJANETLOEHRKE,USATODAY Averagehourlypayrate forholidayemployeesis down$2.13from2014.$15.37 MONEYGeneralMotorsandFordMotorsmaybeenjoyingboomtimes fortheautoindustry,butitÂslikelytocostthemindrivinganew contractwiththeUnitedAuto Workersunion. Fordisexpectedtoreportthat earningspersharehavenearly doubledwhenitreportsquarterly earningsonTuesday.GMbeat analystsÂexpectationslastweek inreportingthatitearned $1.4billioninthethirdquarter. Whilethosekindofresults cheershareholders,theycouldbe evenbetterforunionnegotiators whowillpointtothemintrying tohammerout newfo ur-year pactswithFordandGM.OnSunday,theUAWhadsetamidnight deadlineafterwhichitcouldcall astrike,butthefocuswason whetheratentativeagreement couldbereached. Memorieslingeroftalksmore thanadecadeagowhengenerous contractsduringthelastsales boomwerefollowedbyasales bust.Automakersweresaddled withexpensivelaborcontracts evenaslossespiledup.Ford squeezedbyandGMandChryslerreorganizedinbankruptcy. Butnow,withlargevehicles popularagainduetolow gas prices,momentumhasshiftedto theunion.ÂTheyareinastronger bargainingpositiontonegotiatea betterdealwithGMandFord,ÂŽ saysMarickMasters,headofthe DouglasA.FraserCenterfor WorkplaceIssuesatWayneState UniversityinDetroit. TheUAWcomestoGMand Fordbolsteredbyhavingapprovedanewcontractlastweek withFiatChrysler,whichalsoreportsquarterlyearningsthis week,byastrong77%voting marginonthesecondtry.Fiat ChrysleristhesmallestandÂ“nancia llyweakestofDetroitÂsBig 3.Thatleadstotheprospectthat theunionwillshootforbigger raisesatGMandFord. Also,FiatChryslerhasthe mostworkersbeingpaidatsecond-tierwagescomparedtoÂ“rsttierworkers.Closingthatgaphas beenabiggoalfortheunion. ÂTheyarethreeverydierent situationsÂŽwhenitcomestoeach oftheautomakers,saysKristin DziczekoftheCenterforAutomotiveResearch.GMhas20%of itsworkforcelaboringatthelowerwage,whileitÂsabout29%at Fordand45%atFiatChrysler. Thelow erwagewasinstituted inpreviouscontractsasDetroit automakerscomplainedthat theirlaborcostswerenÂtcompetitivewiththenon-unionU.S.factoriesofAsianandEuropean rivals.Totrytomaintaintheir Â”exibilityifsalesfallagain,automakershaveturnedtoproÂ“t sharing.GM,whichhas52,700 workersrepresentedbytheUAW, paid$9,000aworkerlastspring, $2,400morethanitwasrequired topayunderthe2011contract. Contributing:GregGardner,Detroit FreePressProÂ“tsmaycostGM,FordintalksUAWinstronger negotiatingposition asautomakersthrive ChrisWoodyardUSATODAY JEFFKOWALSKY,BLOOMBERGJimmySettles,vicepresidentoftheUAW,speaksduringthe ceremonialstartoflabornegotiationsinDetroitinJuly. ILLUSTRATIONBYTOMASZWYSZOÂ•MIRSKI,THINKSTOCKU.S.,CUBAEYEOFFSHORE DRILLINGPOSSIBILITIES U.S.,CUBAEYEOFFSHORE DRILLINGPOSSIBILITIESHAVANAThethawinU.S.-Cuba relationsisraisingprospectsfor newbusinessopportunitiesfor Americancompaniesintheislandnation,amongthemenergy. Thatwasevidentthispast weekinHavana,wheremore than120peoplefromtheU.S., Cubaandothercountriesgatheredforacutting-edgeconferenceonoshoreoildevelopment. TheSafeSeasCleanSeasSymposiumwasorganizedbythe HoustonconsultingÂ“rmHunt PettyLLCtopromotecooperationinpreventingandresponding tospillsinCubanwatersas Havanaplanstoresumedrilling nextyear,followingunsuccessful explorationinrecentyears. Giventhatthedrillingwould occurascloseas50milesfrom FloridaÂscoast,doingsosafely andwiththebestequipmentis criticaltobothCubaandtheU.S., evenasthedecades-oldU.S.embargoontradewithCubacontinuestorestricttransactions betweenthetwocountries. AsJayHakes,aformerheadof theU.S.EnergyInformationAdministrationandaspeakeratthe Havanaconference, putit:ÂIf thereeverisaspillliketheMacondowell,itwouldgettothe U.S.inacoupleofdays.ÂŽ Thatreference,ofcourse,was toaBPwellintheGulfofMexico thatexplodedin2010,resulting inthebiggestoilspillinU.S.history.Theincident,alongwiththe U.S.embargo,cameupfrequently overthecourseofthetwo-day meeting. Buttheprevailinginterest amongparticipantswasbecomingfamiliarwitheachother. ÂItÂstimelyinthesensethatitÂs theÂ“rsttimeitÂsbeenpossiblefor aU.S.entitytohol daconference inCubaÂŽsincetheObamaadministrationandCubabeganto normalizerelationslastyear,said LeeHunt,apartnerinHuntPetty LLCandaformerpresidentof theInternationalAssociationof DrillingContractors. ÂItÂsalsotheÂ“rsttimethat businesspersonsandprofessio nalswhoareAmericancitizens couldtraveltoCubaforthepurposeofparticipatinginsucha meeting.ItÂsgroundbreakingin thatsense.ÂŽ Amongthoseattendingthe eventataHavanahotelwererepresentativesoftheCubangovern mentandtheCubanoilcompany, Cupet,aswellasU.S.CoastGuard ocersandstafromtherecentlyreopenedU.S.Embassyin Havana. Othersatthemeetingincluded representativesofU.S.companies withaneyeoutforeventualbusinessinCuba,includingCameron, amakerofdrillingequipment, andWildWellControlandWitt OÂBrien,twobusinessesthatrespondtooilemergencies,pl us non-U.S.companiesalreadyactiveinCubaÂsoilsector.Environmentalconcernswere represented,too,includingthe EnvironmentalDefenseFund andtheGulfofMexico Foundation. HuntsaidthetwogovernmentsÂinterestintheeventwas signiÂ“cant.ÂTheywerepayingattentiononbothsides,ÂŽhesaid. JamesWatson,presidentofthe AmericasdivisionforABS,a Houston-basedproviderofstandardsformarineoperationsandaspeakerattheevent,foundCubaÂscommitmenttosafedrilling convincing. ÂIÂvehearddirectlyfromthe highest-levelocialsthatIspoke toherethattheydonÂtwan tt o start(oshoreoildrilling)again unlesstheyhavethebesttechnologyandtheappropriateresponse preparations,ÂŽsaidWatson,aretiredCoastGuardrearadmiral whountilrecentlywasdirectorof theBureauofSafetyandEnvironmentalEnforcement,which regulatesdrillinginU.S.waters. Takingasimilarviewofthe discussionsinHavanawere Hakes,whosegovernmentwork includedastintasthedirectorof researchforanObamaadministrationcommissionthatinvestigatedthe20 10spillintheGulfo f Mexico,andRobertoSuÃ¡rez,the deputygeneraldirectorofCupet. ÂIthinkthemeetingdemonstratesthatU.S.-Cubanrelations aremovingsteadilyforward,and energyisplayingabigpartinthat progress,ÂŽHakessaid.ÂGiventhat justafewyearsagothetwocountrieswereatoddswitheachother,itwasremarkablehowwell everybodygotalongandgenerallyhadacomparableviewofwhat theproblemsareandhowthey shouldbeaddressed.ÂŽ ÂItÂsaccomplishedalot,ÂŽSuÃ¡rezsaid.ÂForme,itÂ snetworking. ItÂsthemostimportantthing.ÂŽ Lovelessisaveteranenergyjournalist andTVcommentatorinWashington. BillLoveless@Bill_Loveless SpecialforUSATODAY ÂIÂvehearddirectly fromthehighest-level officials...thatthey donÂtwanttostart (offshoreoildrilling) againunlessthey havethebest technologyandthe appropriateresponse preparations.ÂŽJamesWatson ,presidentofthe AmericasdivisionforABS 2012PHOTOBYADALBERTOROQUE,AFP/GETTYIMAGESCuban Â“shermen, withoil drilling platform Scarabeo-9 inthe horizon. INDEXCLOSECHGDowJonesindustrials17,646.70 x 157.54 Dowfortheweek x 430.73 Nasdaqcomposite5031.86 x 111.81 S&P5002075.15 x 22.64 T-bond,30-yearyield2.90% x 0.03 T-note,10-yearyield2.09% x 0.06 Gold,oz.Comex$1163.30 y 3.30 Oil,lightsweetcrude$44.66 y 0.72 Euro(dollarspereuro)$1.1005 y 0.0108 Yenperdollar121.38 x 0.64SOURCES USATODAYRESEARCH,MARKETWATCH.COM FRIDAYMARKETS
Page 6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 TRAVEL Whenitcomesto emptyandmeaninglessrituals,thereÂsno placelikethetravel industry. ConsidertheannualpilgrimagetogazeatNewEnglandÂsfall foliage.ThatÂsright,Americans planvacationsaroundwatching leavesfallothetrees.Inacoupleofmonths,weÂllcrowdintoa freezingTimesSquaretoseethe balldroponNewYearÂsEve. ComeSt.PatrickÂsDay,weÂll marcharoundinthesnowand pretendtobeIrish.Oh,Iknow. ThereÂsmoretotheseactivities thanleavesorb allsorbeer.Still, canÂtwedobetter? Surewecan.Withtherightapproachandgoals,itÂsdoable.As youstartcontemplatingyour travelplansfor2016,thisisthe perfecttimetothinkaboutavacationwithapurpose. Itstartswiththerightattitude, saysJillLiberman,abehavior therapistandauthorofthebook ChooseHappy . ÂTraveloerssomuchopportunitytoenrichyourlife,ÂŽshe says,Âifyouareopentoit.ÂŽ Howdoyouopenyourselfto it?Thinknative,shesays.Stay awayfromthetouristtraps,speak w ithasmanypeopleaspossible, Âg aininsightÂ“rsthandaboutthe destinationandlifestyle.ÂŽ Toomanytravelerssimplyjoin atourgroupandallowthemselvestobeherdedfromoneattractiontotheother. Theystopatthesamescenic overlooktowatchtheleaves,eat atthesamestuybedandbreakfast,buythesamekitschysouvenirs.LibermansaysthereÂsmore totravelthanthat. Actually,youmightÂ“ndmore meaningbyskippingthetourentirely,accordingtoGabriel Schirm.ThatÂswhathedidaftera recentcareercrisis.ÂIfoundmyselfstuckina careerwhereIfelt likeameaninglesscoginagiant wheel,ÂŽhesays.ÂIneededto knowwhyIwashereonEarth.ÂŽ Hedidsobyhikingthe500milelengthoftheCaminode SantiagofromSt.Jean-Pied-dePort,France,toSantiagodeCompostela,Spain,meetingkindred spiritsalongtheway. ÂIfoundthatsettingoutonan outdooradventureinanother countryandexploringbyfootis oneofthemostincredibleandintimatewaystoexperiencenot onlyasenseofplacebutadiscoveryofself,ÂŽsaysSchirm,who w roteabouthisadventureina bookcalled SunrisestoSantiago . Meaningcomesthroughconnections,saysJeWilson,who hosts RealRailAdventures on PublicTelevision. ÂItcomesfromthoseÂaha!Âmomentswhenyoulearnthat,for example,Spanishchildrenata ruralfarmstayknowsomeofthe samesongsthatyoudo,ÂŽhesays. Essentially,itiscomingtoarealizationthatwearedierent,but wearealsothesame. ÂThesephenomenaproducea kindoftoleranceandunderstandingthatarehardtogetby simplywatchingatravelshow,ÂŽ hesays. Nonameism oresynonymous withpurposefultravelthanRichardBangs,thefamedadventurer whofoundedMountainTravel Sobek.Forhim,thebestreasonto visitremoteplacesistoseethem whilehestillcan.ÂThereare placesthatexistedwhenIstarted mycareerthatdonÂtexistanymoreorthathavebeenchanged tothepointthattheyareunrecognizable,ÂŽhesays.ÂThatisareasontotravel,formeÂ„toseea placebeforeitÂsgone.ÂŽ Meaningcancomefrommany places.IÂvebeenonanopen-endedtriparoundtheworldwithm y family(forme,itÂsÂ“eldresearch forthiscolumn),andweare drivenbythesamecuriositythat pushesBangstoseemoreand Schirmtodowithless.Werecentlyspentamonthcrossing Canada,wherewemademany meaningfulconnectionswiththe peoplewemet. Iagree:Ifyouputalittleeort intoit,travelcanbemorethana senselessritual. Nooneissuggestingthatyou shouldskipthedriveuptoVermonttoadmirethecolorfulfall foliageoravoidaplacesuchas MountRushmoreinSouthDakota.Iadm it,IÂvedoneNewYearÂs inNewYork,anditÂsprettyawesome.Allthatenergy! BeatrizCraven,aHoustonpsychologist,saysyoucanstillÂ“ndpurposeinvisitstothesecliched destinations. ÂYoucanactuallyÂ“ndrealenjoymentintheseplacesifyoulet goenoughinthemomentandlet itjustbewhatitis,ÂŽshesays. Elliottisaconsumeradvocateand editoratlargeforNationalGeographic Traveler.Contacthimat email@example.com.Howtomakeyourtravelmoremeaningful Christopher ElliottSpecialfor USATODAY ON TRAVEL EVERY MONDAY BARTOSZTUREK,GETTYIMAGESAhikertakesintheviewonthe500-mileCaminodeSantiago. uVOLUNTEER:ÂOur mostmeaningfulexperienceyetwasjustrecentlywhenwehadthe honorofteachingschool childreninTanzania,ÂŽ saysDavidJames,authorofÂGoingGypsy: OneCoupleÂsAdventure fromEmptyNesttoNo NestatAll.ÂŽÂItwasan incredibleexperience wherewelearnedas muchaswetaught.ÂŽ uFOLLOWYOUR PASSION:ÂAvacation canprovideuswiththe perfectplaceandcircumstancetodiscover howimpactfulandvital yourpassionistoyou,ÂŽ sayspsychologistKim Chronister.Soifyour passionisphotography (asitisformysonand me),thenshootingthe foliageisagreatwayto bringmeaningtoa leaf-peepingvacation. u DOGOOD: Annie Scrivanich,aseniorvice presidentforCruise Specialists,aSeattle cruiseagency,saysher clientsfindmeaningby creatingitemsfordonation.ÂInpasttrips,clients visitingCambodiato tourAngkorWathave contributedtolocalwell projectstoprovideclean waterformanylocal villagers,ÂŽshesays.WAYSTOFIND MEANINGWHEN YOUTRAVELQ:IhaveÂ”ownonaBoeing 757numeroustimes,andit alwaysfeelslikearockettakingo(notthatIhaveactuallybeenonarocket).IÂve heardthatthe757isÂoverpowered.ÂŽHaveyouÂ”ow n thisaircraft?Whatisyour opinionofthe757? Â„Scott,Jacksonville A:The757isoneofmyfavorite airplanes.Thelinesarebeautiful, andtheperformanceisunmatchedbyotherairliners.Ithas ahigherthrust-to-weightratio, resultinginspectacularclimb performance.Ihavenothadthe chancetoÂ”ya757buthaveÂ”own thesimulator.Iwasimpressed. Sadly,whenIretiredfromthe airline,Ihadnothadthechance toÂ”yit,butitwouldhavebeen nextonmylist. Q:Whatisthecruising speedofa757inmph? Â„Alan,nolocationgiven A: Instillaironastandardday , a757willcruiseat80%ofthe speedofsound(660mph),or530 mph. Q:Itlookslikeairlinesare replacingtheir757swith737800sandMAXswithcomparableseatingcapacity.Doyou knowwhy?FromapilotÂsperspective,whatÂsthedierence? Â„GeraldShenk,Seaside, Calif. A:The737burnssigniÂ“cantly lessfuelthanthe757.Additionally,withthevariationinthesizes ofthe737,theschedulingÂ”exibilityforÂ”ightcrewslowersthe costsofoperati on.Themaintenancecostofthe737islowerbecauseofthecommonalityofparts betweenthemodels.The757actuallyhasthesamesizefuselage asa737incircumference. CoxisaretiredairlinecaptainwithUS Airwaysandrunshisownaviation safetyconsultingcompany,Safety OperatingSystems.ASKTHECAPTAINBoeing757 ispowerful, fastand unmatched JohnCoxSpecialforUSATODAY ThereÂssomethingbrewingat hotelsacrosstheUSA:Artisanal coee. Businesstravelerslookingfor theperfectbeveragetostarttheir daynolongerhavetosettlefor instantcoeebrewedinold-fashionedpots. Hotelsarepartneringwithspecialtycoeecompaniestoperk upcaeinatedbeverageoptions inguestrooms,throughroom service,atkiosksandinlounges. Consideringtheever-growing popularityofStarbucksandother craftbrews,hotelshavenochoice b uttooercoeeofequalor higherquality. ÂC oeeistoooftenoverlooked, butitistrulyimportanttorestaurantpatronsandhotelguests,ÂŽ saysStephenWancha,directorof FoodandBeverageattheFour SeasonsOrlando,whichoers threedierentblendsinguest roomswithNespressomachines. ÂGreatrestaurantsandhotels/resortsaretakingthetimetoresearchoriginsandblendoptions, traintheirteams,maintain equipmentanddeliverastellar experienceÂ„muchliketheydo withtheirfoodandspiritprograms.Qualitycoeeprog rams havebecomedining dierentiators.ÂŽ Someexamples: u FairmontHotelsandResortspartneredwithH.C.ValentineCoee,amicro-roasting companybasedinBirmingham, A la.,toprovideguestswithwhat BrettPatterson,thecompanyÂs vicepresidentofFoodandBeveragefortheAmericas,callsa Âfarm-to-cupÂŽexperience.Most ofthebeanscomefromsmall familyfarmsinAfricaandCentralandSouthAmerica. u AtACHotelsbyMarriott, guestscanuseaone-cupbrewing machinetomakeTorrefazione Italiaco ee.Marriottchosean Italiancoeeforthenewhotel brand,whichoriginatedin Europe.IfguestsdonÂtwantto drinkthecoeeintheirroom, theycanheaddowntotheAC Kitchenandmakeacustomized coeedrinkfromaNespresso machine. u HiltonHotelsandResorts recentlyexpandeditspartnership withtheCoeeBean&TeaLeaf toprovidespecialtycoeedrinks inlobbies,restaurants,lounges andgourmetmarketsatparticipatingproperties. u LeMeridienHotelstake theircoeeculturesoser iously thateachpropertyhasaninhouseMasterBarista.Thebaristasgothroughanintensivetrainingprogram.LastNovember,the companypartneredwithillyCoffeetonameaGlobalLatteArtist. Theimportanceofcoeeis highlightedina2015National CoeeAssociationUSAstudy, whichfoundthat70%ofconsumerssaycoeewakesthemupand getsthemgoinginthemorning. ÂCoeeispersonal.Consumersexpecttobeabletocustomize theircoee,whichmeansthat hotelsneedtooermore choices,ÂŽsaysKyraAuermann, managerofc ommunicationand cont entdevelopmentatthe association. Hotelsalsohavetooerbetter coeemakingmachines.Many hotelsarereplacingin-roomminiaturecoeemakerswithhigherendmachinesfrommanufacturerssuchasNespressoandKeurig. Somebusinesstravelerssay theylikethehigher-qualitymachinesbutworryabouthowthey aremaintained.ÂIdonÂtthinkhotelscleanthoseatall,ÂŽsaysUSA TODAYRoadWarriorPetrKlima,aNewOrleansconsultant. Notso,saysToniStoeckl,vice presidentoflifestylebrandsfo r MarriottInternational.ÂTheyare cleaneddaily,ÂŽhesays. Manyconsumerswanttheir coeetobemadeinasustainable andenvironmentallyfriendly manner.About17%ofallcoee drinkersexpressedconcern aboutenvironmentalandsustainabilityissues.Thatconcern tripledamongconsumersbelow theageof39. ÂMillennialscontrolanestimated$1.3trillionofconsumer spendingannually,makingthem acriticaldemographicforthehotelindustry,ÂŽAuermannsays. ÂHotelshavet okeepupwiththis demographicÂsexpectations,or theycouldriskdamagingtheir reputationorlosingguests.ÂŽ Hotelsarekeepingupwithexpectationsbyoeringcoee brewedbylocalcompanies. Youngertravelers,inparticular, prefertoeatanddrinklocally sourcedandproducedproducts. GuestroomsatDoradoBeach, ARitz-CarltonReserve,areequippedwithaFrenchpressofferingalocalPuertoRicancoee. TheBrooklynMarriottserves fair-tradecoeesbyDUMBObasedroasteryandespressolab Brookling Roasting.CoeeÂ”avorschangefrequentlybutincludesuchcreativeoptionsasthe IrisEspresso,asweetandspicy brew.TheJamesChicagopartneredwithSparrowCoee,a greenandorganicmicro-roastery. AndtheWayfarerattheQuinHotelinNewYorkcreateditsown brandofcoldbrewcoeewithlocalcoeebrewersForFiveCoee Roasters.MOREHOTELSDUMP PLAINOLDCUPOÂJOENowoerartisanal coee,betterin-room brewingmachines NancyTrejosUSATODAY LEMERIDIENHOTELS
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 7 LIFELINE LIFE Â© C ostumecolortest30% ofAmericans s a y Â Th e Dr ess ÂŽ Â… whetherwhite andgoldor b l ac k a n d blue Â… willbetops fo r t h ose dressingup fo rH a ll o w ee n . S ource SaversÂÂHalloweenShoppin g ÂŽ s urve y of1,000adults T ERRYBYRNEANDPAULTRAP , USATODA Y IdrisElbaisociallyabeast withanationintheanimated worldof Zootopia. ElbavoicesChiefBogo, thesterncapebualo headoftheZootopiaPoliceDepartmentÂ„servingandprotectingthe modernmammalmetropoliscreatedin Zootopia (intheatersMarch4). EventheBritishtoughguyactorisjealousofhisbeefy 2,000-poundcharacter. ÂIÂvedeÂ“nitelygotsomeshoulder-envy,ÂŽsaysElba,43,who revealshischaractertoUSA TODAY.ÂIcanÂtsayIevereven dreamedofbeingabualo before.ButnowthatIamone, IÂmverye xcitedaboutit.AndI grabbedthepartbythehorns.ÂŽ Boththebadpunsandtheanimalcharactersarerollingoutas WaltDisneyAnimationStudios revealsitscompletecastofcharacters,whichincludesadoughnut-lovingpolicereceptionist cheetah,BenjaminClawhauser (NateTorrence),andMrs.Otterton(OctaviaSpencer),adesperateotterwhoturnstothepolice tohelpÂ“ndhermissinghusband. JudyHopps(GinniferGoodwin),theÂ“rstbunnyonthepolice force,hasalreadybeenrevealed. Judyjoinsforc eswithshadyfox NickWilde(JasonBateman)to crackthemissing-mammalcase. Likeeachofthevoiceactors workingwithdirectorsByron Howard( Tangled )andRich Moore( Wreck-ItRalph ),ElbaÂs ChiefBogoevolvedduringthe year-longprocess,withElba recordinginlocationsaroundthe worldwhileshootingprojects suchas StarTrekBeyond. ThedirectorsknewElbacould handleBogoÂslarger-than-life personalityandallowedhimto usehisownEastLondonaccent. ButtheyweresurprisedtodiscoverElbaÂssenseofhumor. ÂBo gostartedoutthistough boss.Wethought,perfect,Idrisis adramaticcharacter,ÂŽsaysHoward.ÂButIdrisissofunnyÂ„ peoplewouldbesurprised. Itwaslike,ÂWehavetoget someofthisinthemovie.Â SoChiefBogohasthis gooÂ“nessunderthe surface.ÂŽ Elbaisrelishinghisforayintoanimation.ÂMykids arereallygoingtoenjoyit,ÂŽ saysElba,whohasateenage daughter,Isan,andtoddlerson, Winston.ÂIalwayswantedtobe TomHanksin ToyStory.ÂŽ Hewouldsetthemoodinthe soundstudiotoÂ“n dhisChief Bogo.ÂIliketoturnthelights down,takemyshoesoandget intothecharacter.Ireallygofor itintheroom,withmovement.I actoutthepart,ÂŽElbasays.ÂItÂsa veryanimatedperformance.ÂŽ ButhedidnÂtgofull-bualo Bogo.ÂMythingwasallabout keepinghisstoicnature.Chief Bogohasgotthesebighorns,and helookspeoplerightintheeyes. AndIwastryingtogetthatcolor inthevoice.ButitwasnÂtlikeI washead-buttingthemicrophoneoranything.ÂŽSNEAKPEEK ZOOTOPIA MOVIEPHOTOSBYDISNEYTheZootopiaPoliceDepartmentisÂ“rmlyunderBogoÂsironÂ“st(orhoof).ÂIgrabbedthepartbythehorns,ÂŽElbadeclares.IdrisElbaisthebeastman forthejobinÂZootopiaÂEvenhehasÂshoulder-envyÂ forhisbig,beefyChiefBogo inDisneyÂsanimalkingdom BryanAlexander@BryAlexand USATODAY EPA Benjamin Clawhauser (Nate Torrence) isacheetah withasweet tooth. Mrs.Otterton (Octavia Spencer) isanotter whoneeds BogoÂshelp.BURBANK,CALIF.Watchout,villains!SupermanhasacrimeÂ“ghtingcousin:Supergirl. Theyoungerhero,aKrypton nativewhoresistedhersuperpowersgrowingup,embraces themasa24-year-oldwhoprotectsherearthlyhome,National City,fromanintergalacticcriminalonslaughtinCBSÂ Supergirl . ÂItÂsallbrand-new.SheÂsjust happytouseherpowersatall,ÂŽ saysMelissaBenoist,whoplays TVÂsnewestsuperheroandher alterego,KaraDanvers,amildmanneredassistantforametropolitanmultimediaempire. ÂIliketothinkofthisseasonas acrashcourseinhowtobea superhero,ÂŽshesays.ÂItÂsabout someonelearningwhotheyare andhowtoharnesstheirstrength anduseittobethebestpossible persontheycanbe.ÂŽ AndtoÂ“ghtnastyvillains,save NationalCityandtryoutsome verycoolpowers. ÂEverytimeIÂmÂ”ying,IÂmhavingablast,ÂŽBenoistsaysonset, cladinherColleenAtwood-designedoutÂ“t,completewith boots,skirtandleathercape,all inred,contrastedbyatextured bluejerseysportingtheredÂS. ÂŽ ExecutiveproducerGregBerlanti,whohashadsuccessoverseeingCWÂsDCComics-inspired Arrow and TheFlash ,seesaconnectionbetweenBenoistand ChristopherReeve,whoplayed SupermaninRichardDonnerÂs 1978Â“lm. ÂMelissaÂsveryoptimistic andhopeful,qualitiesyouseein Kara,ÂŽhesays.ÂSheexhibitswhat Ithink(Reeve)didintermsof thataabilityandfamiliarity. WhensheÂsSupergirl,itÂsthat sameinnocencethathehadas Superman,butstillthatinherent goodness.ÂŽ Supergirl Âsoptimismiscloser to TheFlash thanthedarker Arrow ,Berlantisays. ÂThemythologyisepic.You cangoo-planetand(have) Â”ashbackstoKrypton,ÂŽhesays. Andtheworkplacecomedycomponentisdierent,too.ÂThefact thatweÂreabletodoalittlebitof thatscrewballcomedy( Superman was)abletodososuccessfullymakesitalittledierent.ÂŽ InaÂ“eldlongdominatedby men, Supergirl providesasuperherorolemodelforgirlsand youngwomen,butshesymbolizesvaluesanyonecouldadmire, Benoi stsays.(Thatcouldhelpon CBS,whichoersanopportunity toattractabroaderaudience,but alsogreaterexpectations.) BenoistsaysSupergirlisÂall abouthope,kindnessanddoing therightthing.ÂŽTELEVISIONForSupergirl,itÂsÂacrashcourseÂinheroismSheÂsyoungand optimistic,andshe kicksvillainbutt BillKeveneyUSATODAY SONJAFLEMMING,CBSSupergirl(MelissaBenoist),withAlex(ChylerLeigh)andHank (DavidHarewood),hasherpowersthrustoutintotheopen.SUPERGIRL CBS,TONIGHT,8:30ET/PT KeithUrban is48. SethMacFarlane is42. EmiliaClarke is29. ITÂSYOURBIRTHDAY W HOÂSCELEBRATINGTODAY? WIREIMAGE;FILMMAGIC;GETTYIMAGESGwynethPaltrowÂspale bluedresshadcutouts inalltherightplaces Saturdayatthe Environmental MediaAssociation AwardsinLos Angeles.Paltrow, 43,whowas honoredatthe event,looked radiantin theCushnie etOchsnumber shepairedwith goldaccessories. STYLESTAR JONKOPALOFF,FILMMAGIC JustinBieberseemedtoperfectly matchthecarpetattheMTV EuropeMusicAwardsinMilan Sundaywithhislayersoftomatoredclothing.Thesingerposed forphotographersbefore performing. CAUGHTINTHEACT ANTHONYHARVEY,GETTYIMAGESFORMTVJimmyFallonhadaneventful Saturday:Heparadedthrough HarvardSquareonachariot, acceptedaHarvardLampoon awardandwenttothehospital. FallonrepClaireMercuriconfirmedtoUSATODAYthatthe comedianwenttoMassachusetts GeneralHospitaltogetchecked outafterfallingonglassduring hisHarvardLampooncelebration.ThoughFallonÂsrighthand wasbandagedfromtheincident, thecomediansharedonInstagr amSundaythatheÂsdoingfine: ÂNothingthatafewbandaids couldnÂtfix.ÂŽ CompiledbyCarlyMallenbaum PAULMORIGI,WIREIMAGEMAKINGWAVES
Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 SNEAKPEEK ZOOTOPIAYOUHERD?CREATURES CANNOTBECAGED PHOTOSBYDISNEYALANTUDYK ASDUKEWEASELTONWeaseltonisasmall-time crooknottobetrusted.HeÂs appropriatelynamed,giventhat TudykvoicedtheDukeofWeseltonin Frozen . ÂAlanthoughtthenamewas veryfunnyandlovedthemetanatureofthejoke,ÂŽHowardsays.JENNYSLATE ASBELLWETHERThe ObviousChild star voicesthesheepwhoisassistantmayor. ÂSheÂstheharried,put-upon assistanttoMayorLionheart. SheÂsaverysweetsheep,ÂŽ Mooresays.ÂJennywasperfec t.Shehasacrazy,kinetic energyinhercharacters,allin hervoice.ÂŽBONNIEHUNT ANDDONLAKE AS BONNIE&STUHOPPSThelongtimecomedyteam voiceJudyHoppsÂrabbit parents. ÂWerecordedthemtogethertogettherealchemistry. Theyaresofunnytogether,ÂŽ Mooresays.ÂItsellsthisidea ofacouplemarriedforsolong whohave275rabbitchildren.ÂŽRAYMONDPERSI ASFLASHPersi,aDisneystoryartist, performedearlyvoicetestsfor thefastestslothworkingat ZootopiaÂsDM V(Department ofMammalVehicles). ÂButsometimesthetest dialogueissogood,youfallin lovewithit,ÂŽMooresays. ÂWhychangeperfection?ÂŽTOMMYCHONG ASYAXTHEYAKThe UpInSmoke starportraysthetrippyyakwhogives lifeadvicefromthefrontdeskof thelocalZenretreat. ÂYaxisintoanaturalistlifestyle,holisticlivingandgetting backtonature,ÂŽHowardsays. ÂHeÂsanemotionallife coach,ÂŽMooreadds.ÂAndI wouldwantTommyChongas mylifecoach!ÂŽBURBANK,CALIF.Intheend, evenasuperpoweredalienisonly human. ThatÂsthevibeinthedark, cave-likeDepartmentofExtraNormalOperations,wherea w eakenedSupergirl(Melissa Benoist)pushesbackwhenher alteregoÂsadoptivesister,Alex Danvers(ChylerLeigh),tellsher togetsomerestinanupcoming episodeofthelatestDCComics TVseries, Supergirl. ÂWedonÂthavetimeforyouto b ig-sisterme,ÂŽSupergirlsays,insertingabitofsiblingtension intoabattlewithalien sthat coulddecidethefateoftheir home,NationalCity. AsthesistersleavetheDEO,an ultra-secretorganizationthat monitorsandÂ“ghtssupervillains w hohailfromKryptonandbey ond,Supergirlshiftsfromthe heroicÂ„savingtheworldwith thepowerofÂ”ight,amazing strengthandX-rayvisionÂ„to theroutine,assuminghercover identityasKaraDanvers,assistanttoself-absorbedmediamogulCatGrant(CalistaFlockhart). ÂUgh,ÂŽsheexhales.ÂIhopeitÂs aslowd ayatworktomorrow.ÂŽ Supergirl willfeatureotherDC characterssuchasReactron,Liv ewireandRedTornado,and mixesgenres,saysexecutiveproducerAliAdler.ÂItÂsverymuch anaction-adventureseries.Ithas romance,ithascomedy,butI donÂtthinkitÂsaromanticcomedy.AnditÂsanamazingvisualeectsspectacular.ÂŽ DuringabreakontheDEOset Â„ablendoftechnologicalfuture andgeologicalpastthatfeatures t hespaceshipthattransported KaraZor-El,ass hewasknownon KryptonÂ„BenoistsayssheÂs playingtwocharactersinvery dierentenvironments. ÂYouseeKarakickingassas Supergirl.Youseehertriumphantandinlife-or-deathsituations.Butyoualsoseetheoce workplacedrama,whereshe learnshowtobeawomanfrom CatGrant.Shelearnsabout friendshipÂŽfromcolleagues JamesOlsen(MehcadBrooks) andWinslowÂWinnÂŽSchott(JeremyJordan). ÂThestrongestbondinthe showiswithhersister,ÂŽsaysBenoist,we aringhereye-catching Supergirlcostume.ÂThereÂscompetition.Withheradoptiveparents,thereÂs(been)comparison.ÂŽ AlexhasbeenactingasKaraÂs protector,tampingdownher youngersisterÂsdesiretouseher powerstoletherliveanormal lifeandkeepherotheradarof potentialenemies.Butthatprotectivenessalsokeepsherfrom achievingherfullcapability. ÂItisabitofatangledweb,ÂŽ Leighsays.Growingup,ÂAlexis thestarofthefamily,butwhen Karac omesintothepicture, becausesheÂssoextraordinary, Alexfeltanintenseneedtotrain harder,Â“ghtharderandstudy hardersoshecouldfeelasspecial asKaraalreadywas.ÂŽ AlexteamswithDEOchief HankHenshaw(DavidHarewood)tobattleaclusterofintergalacticcriminals. AtÂ“rst,Henshawiscooltothe youngsuperhero;herclumsy earlyeortstoÂ“ghtthevillains makeshisworkmoredicult. ÂHerarrivalstirsupahornetsÂ nestofbadguys,ÂŽHarewoodsays. ÂHankdi dhavearealbuginhis capwithforeignerscomingto Earth.Heviewsaliensasunwelcomeguests.ÂŽ Supergirl echoescontemporary cultureontopicssuchasimmigration,theenvironmentand femaleempowerment,although thecharacterÂsgenderstandsout largelybecausemostscreen superheroeshavebeenmen. SaysBenoist:ÂItÂsfeministin thatitÂsequal.Shehasthesame powersasSuperman.Shewants toachievethesamethings.ÂŽTELEVISIONSupergirllearnstobalance b adguyswiththeeverydayFamily,friends keephigh-Â”ying heroinegrounded BillKeveney@billkev USATODAY RICHARDCARTWRIGHT,CBSSupergirl(MelissaBenoist),inherday-to-dayguiseasKara Danvers,talkstocolleagueJamesOlsen(MehcadBrooks). Maybewecoulduseanother heroafterall. NoteveryoneinNationalCity agrees;theyliveina Â“ctionalworldwhere Supermanexistsand issucient.Andnot everyviewerwill agree,either:Welive inarealworldwhere Â“ctionalsuperheroesbesiegeus, inmoviesandonTV. Andyetafewminutesinto CBSÂs Supergirl, youmaysuddenlyf eeltheneedtomakeroomfor yetanothersuperpoweredseries. PerhapsitÂsbecausetheshow comesfromGregBerlanti,who hasprovenwithCWÂs TheFlash and Arrow thatheknowsasecret tomakingthesekindofseries. OrperhapsitÂssimplythat Supergirl ÂsmixofoptimismandadventureÂ„lacedwithmessagesof self-discoveryandfemaleempowerment,andheldtogether byacompletelywinningperformancefromMelissaBenoistÂ„is simplyanearlyirresistible combination. Supergirl isdesignedtoÂ“lla nichethathasbeentoolongignored,asitmakesclearwitheverythingfromadinerwaitress thrilledthatherdaughterÂ“nally hassomeonelikeSupergirltoadmire,toaspiriteddefensefrom CalistaFlockhart(asmediamogulCatGrant)ofthewordÂgirl.ÂŽ Butjustas Flash doesnotexclude femaleviewers, Supergirl isa familyshowthatdoesnÂtexclude theirmalecounterparts. LiketheFlash,KaraZor-El, knownonEarthasKaraDanvers, is noreluctanthero.Shewassent toEarthbyhermother(Laura Benanti)toprotectherbaby cousin,buthershipgotwaylaid, andbythetimeshereached Earth,hehadgrownintoSuperman,andshefeltshenolonger hadamission. SoshetriestoÂ“tin,working forCatwhileignoringtheromanticlongingsofherfriendWinn (JeremyJordan),andpossibly crushingonherbossÂslatesthire, famousphotographerJamesOlsen(MehcadBrooks).Yetshehas alwaysfelttheneedtohelppeo ple,andwhenhersister(Chyler Leigh)facesdisaster,Karaseizes thechancetofulÂ“llherdestiny. Therearesomeheavymessagesentangledthere,butthepilottreadslightlyandmoves swiftly,quicklyestablishingthe evilforceKarawillhavetoÂ“ght andtheteamsheÂllhavebyher side.Yetitalsoleavesroomfora littleambiguityaboutthewisdom ofdependingonsuperheroes,a pointraisedbyaskepticalocial (DavidHarewood). Thecastisgoodthroughout, withBr ooksandJordansuitably supportiveandFlockhartseeminglyrelishingherrole.Butthe showcouldnotworkiftheblend ofjoy,shynessandhesitantselfassertionBenoistbringsdidnot seemjustaboutperfect. WhetherallthatÂsenoughfor tobringinthenumberofviewersneededonCBSremainstobe seen.Butfornow,youcansum uptheseriesÂstartinone,obvious word:Âsuper.ÂŽMelissaBenoistis theheroofthisshowEmpowerment, adventureisone supercombination CLIFFLIPSON,CBSKara(MelissaBenoist)learns touseherpowersforgood. SUPERGIRL eeeE CBSTonight,8:30ET/PT TV PREVIEW ROBERT BIANCO TOMMYLISTER ASFINNICKLister,whotowersat6foot-5,voicesFinnick,afennec foxandoneofthetiniestcharactersin Zootopia. ÂWelikethatFinnickis playedbyoneoftheworldÂs mostenormousmen,ÂŽHoward says.ÂSohehasthishuge, boomingvoice.Itsurprises people.ÂŽ WhatdoÂ“lmmakerscall thevirtualherdofvoice actorsinDisneyÂsanimalÂ“lled Zootopia ? ÂThisisastampedeÂ„no, makethatamenagerieÂ„of voicetalent,ÂŽsaysRich Moore,whodirected Zootopia withByronHowardand revealsthecastofanimated characterstoUSATODAY. Thisincludestheproud headofthemammal metropolisZootopia,MayorLeodoreLionheart (voiceofJ.K.Simmons), whocoinedtheanimalharmoniouscitymantra: ÂInZootopia,anyonecanbe anything.ÂŽ ÂJ .K.issocommanding. WeneededLionhearttobe averytypicalpolitician. HeÂsverygoodwiththe crowd,hehasalotofcharisma,ÂŽHowardsays.ÂAnd heÂssofullofhimselfand blustery.ÂŽ The Zootopia castis headedbyGinniferGoodwin,voicingrabbitpolice ocerJudyHopps,and JasonBateman,asHoppsÂ unlikelyfoxpartner,Nick Wilde. BryanAlexander@BryAlexand USATODAY
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 9 ALMANAC Today is Monday, Oct. 26 , the 299th day of 2015. There are 66 days left in the year. Today in history On Oct. 26, 1965 , The Beatles received MBE medals as Members of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire from Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. On this date In 1774 , the First Continental Congress adjourned in Philadelphia. In 1825 , the Erie Canal opened in upstate New York, connecting Lake Erie and the Hudson River. In 1861 , the legendary Pony Express officially ceased operations, giving way to the transcontinental telegraph. (The last run of the Pony Express was completed the following month.) In 1881 , the ÂGunfight at the O.K. CorralÂŽ took place in Tombstone, Ariz. In 1921 , the Chicago Theatre, billed as Âthe Wonder Theatre of the World,ÂŽ first opened. In 1944 , the World War II Battle of Leyte Gulf ended in a major Allied victory over Japanese forces, whose naval capabilities were badly crippled. In 1949 , President Harry S. Truman signed a measure raising the minimum wage from 40 to 75 cents an hour. In 1975 , Anwar Sadat became the first Egyptian president to pay an official visit to the United States. In 1984 , ÂBaby Fae,ÂŽ a newborn with a severe heart defect, was given the heart of a baboon in an experimental transplant in Loma Linda, Calif. (Baby Fae lived 21 days with the animal heart.) In 1994 , Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel and Prime Minister Abdel Salam Majali of Jordan signed a peace treaty during a ceremony at the Israeli-Jordanian border attended by President Bill Clinton. TodayÂs birthdays Actress Shelley Morrison is 79. Author Pat Conroy is 70. TV host Pat Sajak is 69. Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is 68. Musician Bootsy Collins is 64. The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales , is 56. Actor Dylan McDermott is 54. Singer Natalie Merchant is 52. Country singer Keith Urban is 48. Writer-producer Seth MacFarlane (TV: ÂFamily GuyÂŽ) is 42. Olympic silver medal figure skater Sasha Cohen is 31. BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) Â„ A cockatoo with the screech of a dinosaur is vexing residents of a tony Boston suburb. The white bird, named Dino because of his annoying call, flew away from his owner in July and into the trees of Brookline. HeÂs been gnawing on the woodwork of Nancy GertnerÂs historic home. Gertner is a retired federal judge and senior lecturer at Harvard Law School. The Boston Globe reports animal control officials were called and no one will trap the bird. She left food in a cage and a string to close the door. Dino refused the bait and squirrels ate the food. Loud rock ÂnÂ roll music and a blaring house alarm failed to chase Dino away. Gertner may have to make peace with Dino; sheÂs run out of ideas to get rid of him.ODD NEWS Cockatoo with dinosaur-like screech vexes neighborsTHE WIRE WASHINGTON Â„ A triple whammy will hit senior citizens in the pocketbook next year, including more than 1.2 million Floridians, unless Congress can reach a compromise to avoid it. Â€ They wonÂt get a yearly raise in Social Security beneÂ“ts. Â€ They face a hike in the deductible for Medicare coverage Â„ a cost that comes out of a patientÂs pocket. Â€ Many Medicare recipients will pay far more in monthly premiums. The costly combination was set off by a near-zero inÂ”ation rate over the past year, primarily because of low gas prices. By law, that means Social Security recipients wonÂt get a cost-of-living adjustment next year for only the third time in four decades. All three instances have been since 2010. Individuals who earn less than $85,000 a year and couples who earn less than $170,000 will be spared from an increase in Medicare premiums. But new enrollees and those who make more than that will be hit with a 52 percent hike in monthly premiums, topping out for the highest earners at $509.80 a month. On top of that, all patients enrolled in Medicare Part B, which covers doctor fees and other non-hospital care, face a $76 increase in the deductible paid by consumers, jumping from $147 to $223. The impending pinch has sparked a backlash. Many senior citizens blame the way the government Â“gures inÂ”ation, saying it does not account for rising costs for food, medicine and other essentials.ÂAs far as seniors are concerned, a lot of us donÂt use cars any more, but everybody has to eat,ÂŽ said Sam Oser, 89, of West Palm Beach. ÂAt the store, prices seem to go up every week. Seniors have not gotten a break, and I personally think that in many instances a lot of people in Congress donÂt give a damn.ÂŽMore than 1.2 million Floridians will be affected by the Medicare rate hike, according to AARP. Most Medicare patients will continue paying $104.90 a month next year. Those at higher income levels will pay more on a sliding scale, up to $509.80, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Complaints are pouring into Congress, especially at the ofÂ“ce of U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, a Democrat whose district straddling Palm Beach and Broward counties has one of the nationÂs largest clusters of senior citizens. ÂWeÂve gotten many calls from people who are disappointed and frustrated and donÂt understand why this keeps happening,ÂŽ Deutch said. ÂIn South Florida, where there are so many beneÂ“ciaries, when Social Security isnÂt adjusted to reÂ”ect their increased costs, that affects their daily lives and their contributions to our local economy.ÂŽ The triple whammy is an unintended consequence of long-standing laws, plus ever rising health care costs, that neither President Barack Obama nor most members of Congress wanted. Social SecurityÂs yearly raises since 1975 have been determined by inÂ”ation as measured by the consumer price index over 12 months. This year, a plunge in fuel prices has brought the inÂ”ation rate to zero. Because of the usual rise in health care costs, Medicare premiums and deductibles were bound to increase next year. But the law contains a Âhold harmlessÂŽ provision that protects roughly 70 percent of enrollees from a Medicare premium increase if they are not getting a Social Security raise. That leaves new enrollees and the higher-earning 30 percent to bear the whole burden of next yearÂs premium hike. This group also includes some Medicaid patients, whose premiums are paid by the state-run program. Democrats in Congress have introduced legislation to freeze Medicare premiums and deductibles. Deutch has introduced a bill that would change the way inÂ”ation is calculated for COLAs, which he says better reÂ”ects costs borne by older people, especially for medicine. Many senior citizens agree. ÂHow can they say there is no inÂ”ation? I donÂt know what planet they are on, but itÂs got nothing to do with what we pay,ÂŽ said Mae Duke, 88, of West Palm Beach. ÂI hate to tell how my drug costs have tripled. I was just managing. There are those in worse shape than me. ItÂs going to impact us, no question.ÂŽ Republicans, preoccupied with a leadership shakeup in the House, have been mostly silent on the Medicare rate increase. Many want to contain the rising costs of Âentitlement programsÂŽ for fear they will eat up the budget and become unsustainable. Some, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have Â”oated proposals to change the way inÂ”ation is Â“gured, not to increase future COLAs but to trim them as part of a larger budget deal to reduce deÂ“cits. Deutch, backed by his constituents, plans to keep pressing to increase COLAs and contain Medicare hikes. ÂThereÂs got to be a focus on this issue and the impact it will have on real people back home,ÂŽ Deutch said.Seniors squeezed by Medicare costs, zero raise in Social SecurityFROM THE SUN SENTINEL COST OF LIVING INCREASES FOR SOCIAL SECURITYÂ€ 2006 ÂƒÂƒ 4.1 percentÂ€ 2007ÂƒÂƒ.3.3 percentÂ€ 2008ÂƒÂƒ.2.3 percentÂ€ 2009ÂƒÂƒ.5.8 percentÂ€ 2010ÂƒÂƒ.0.0 percentÂ€ 2011ÂƒÂƒ.0.0 percentÂ€ 2012ÂƒÂƒ.3.6 percentÂ€ 2013ÂƒÂƒ.1.7 percentÂ€ 2014ÂƒÂƒ.1.5 percentÂ€ 2015ÂƒÂƒ.1.7 percentÂ€ 2016ÂƒÂƒ.0.0 percent Â„ Social Security Administration FORT LAUDERDALE Â„ FloridaÂs controversial statewide bear hunt ended after the second day after a higher than expected number of bears had been killed with 295 bears taken overall, nearing the ofÂ“cial limit, Florida Wildlife ofÂ“cials announced in a statement issued online Sunday evening. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said in the statement posted on the agency website that 295 bears had been killed by the end of the second day of the hunt at last count. OfÂ“cials had capped the overall limit at 320. ÂThe 2015 bear hunt is ofÂ“cially over,ÂŽ the statement added. Authorities say they werenÂt alarmed by the high numbers, saying that was an indication that the bear population is higher than they thought. While ofÂ“cials capped the limit at 320 bears this season, hunters have until noon Monday to have their bear weighed at established bear check stations in the North and South bear management units, the statement said. The agency said it monitors those numbers closely. ÂFrom a biological sustainable population perspective, none of these numbers are worrisome to us, we have large growing bear populations,ÂŽ said FWCÂs Thomas Eason, speaking before the 2015 hunt had concluded. More than 3,200 hunters purchased permits to participate, including 1970s rocker Ted Nugent and Liesa Priddy, a rancher and Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission member who voted to approve the new hunts. The controversial hunt was approved by the commission earlier this year after much debate. In the end, the members said the black bear population had grown to 3,500 Â„ up from a few hundred in the 1970s Â„ and presented a safety problem. On the eve of the hunt, Wildlife said a bear attacked a man walking near the SportsmanÂs Lodge Motel and Marina in Eastpoint. He was treated and released and his injuries werenÂt life threatening. But critics say that number is outdated. Activists said the state should instead focus on trash management and curbing the smell of food in garbage and staged protests around the state this weekend.Wildlife agency: FloridaÂs 2015 bear hunt ends after only second dayBy KELLI KENNEDYASSOCIATED PRESS HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE STATEDad pinned under van, killedTAMPA (AP) Â„ A father walking with his two young children has died after being pinned under a van. Tampa Police say Maurice Savalas Harris, 40, and his two kids were walking near St. JosephÂs Hospital property on Saturday when two cars crossed over the median and collided. A truck careened over the curb and into the driveway of the medical arts building, pinning Harris underneath. HarrisÂ two children were not injured. Authorities said charges may be Â“led.Florida woman charged with murdering neighborOAKLAND PARK (AP) Â„ Authorities have arrested a South Florida woman they say repeatedly stabbed her 64-year-old neighbor to death. Broward SheriffÂs deputies say Debra Kincy, 63, Â“rst reported Â“nding the victimÂs body on the kitchen Â”oor this week. Authorities said they found threatening text messages between the two that revealed Kincy had been verbally and physically harassing Charlotte Nicholas for some time. Deputies said Kincy went on TV earlier this week and revealed details of the murder that investigators had not made public. Authorities said Saturday that Kincy faces charges of murder with depraved indifference and false ownership.Fight at strip club turns deadlyST. PETERSBURG (AP) Â„ Authorities are investigating after a 35-year-old man was killed during a fight at a St. Petersburg strip club. Pinellas County SheriffÂs OfÂ“ce say a patron and a staff member got into a Â“ght at Mermaids GentlemenÂs Club early Saturday morning when the patronÂs friend David Yost stepped in. Authorities said Yost also started hitting the staffer. Several other club employees jumped into the fray to assist the staffer. ItÂs unclear how large the Â“ght grew, but deputies said Yost was breathing but unresponsive on the ground when they arrived. He was pronounced dead at the hospital. Detectives say the Â“ght initially started because the unidentiÂ“ed patron owed the bar money. Authorities have not identiÂ“ed anyone else involved in the brawl.Homeowner finds expensive show horse slaughteredMANATEE (AP) Â„ Authorities are investigating after they say someone slaughtered a womanÂs expensive show horse in southwest Florida. Manatee County SheriffÂs deputies say the horse was taken from its stall sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning. The Herald-Tribune reports the dead horse was found with large portions of meat removed from it. The suspect could face charges of occupied burglary, grand theft and cruelty to an animal.Sarasota doctor guilty of practicing without licenseSARASOTA (AP) Â„ A former Sarasota doctor whose license to practice was revoked by the state was found guilty of four counts of practicing without a license. The charge could mean at least seven years in prison if the judge doesnÂt stray from sentencing guidelines during a hearing in December. The Herald-Tribune reports that Leonard Rubinstein, who kept treating patients even after losing his license in 2012, was arrested in 2013 after undercover ofÂ“cers posed as a married couple seeking a breast augmentation for the wife. During the consultation, Rubinstein told them he would have to do the surgery in Mexico. During trial, the defense insisted Rubinstein was working only as an assistant to a licensed doctor who was not always at the ofÂ“ce. PHOTO PROVIDEDA Florida black bear climbs a tree.
Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Â„ A woman faces second-degree murder charges after authorities said she plowed a car into the crowd at the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade, killing four people, including a toddler. Adacia Chambers, a 25-year-old resident of the college town, was arrested after the Saturday crash on a driving while under the inÂ”uence charge, and Stillwater police announced Sunday she was being held on four additional counts of second-degree murder. Stillwater police did not elaborate on the reasoning behind the new charges in a statement announcing them, and a spokesman did not return repeated messages seeking comment. OfÂ“cials with the Payne County district attorneyÂs ofÂ“ce couldnÂt immediately be reached. ChambersÂ attorney Tony Coleman said at a press conference that his client may suffer from a mental illness. He also said she did not smell of alcohol when he met her hours after the crash and did not appear to be someone who had been in a Âdrunken stupor.ÂŽ Police are awaiting blood tests to determine if she was impaired by drugs or alcohol. ÂI absolutely can rule out alcohol,ÂŽ Coleman told a press conference in Oklahoma City, adding that he had spoken to her aunt, grandmother and boyfriend and all had said she was not drinking. He added it was his opinion that she suffers from a mental illness and said there were warning signs from her behavior before the crash, including an inability to sleep. ÂShe doesnÂt remember a whole lot about what happened. There was a period where I think ... she could have even blacked out,ÂŽ Coleman said. Chambers only recalls people removing her from the car and being extremely confused, he said. Witnesses described a scene of chaos as bodies Â”ew into the air from the impact and landed on the road. Three adults and a 2-year-old boy, who wasnÂt immediately identiÂ“ed, were killed and at least 46 others were hurt, including at least four critically injured. Hospitals initially said Â“ve were critically injured, but one of those was upgraded to fair condition on Sunday. The dead adults were identiÂ“ed as Nakita Prabhakar Nakal, 23, an MBA student from India at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, and a married couple, Bonnie Jean Stone and Marvin Lyle Stone, both 65, of Stillwater. Marvin Stone was a retired professor of agricultural engineering, who had been popular with students, a colleague said. ÂHe was loved by students and one of the best teachers we had,ÂŽ said Ron Elliott, the former head of the Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Department at OSU. ÂHe just really had a gift for connecting with students and helping them learn,ÂŽ Elliott said in a telephone interview. A man who was standing next to one of the critically injured at the parade said he recalls a sound and then Leo Schmitz, his stepfather, was gone. Mark McNitt said he went to the parade with his wife, mother and stepfather. ÂAll I remember is a gush of wind and then the sound, and then Leo, who was standing next to me, wasnÂt standing next to me,ÂŽ said McNitt, whose leg was slightly injured. McNitt was overcome by emotion at times as he spoke to a press conference at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center, where Schmitz was being treated. Konda Walker, an OSU graduate who was in Stillwater with her sister to celebrate homecoming, said she was only about 50 feet from the crash scene. She said it took her a few seconds to process what had happened. There were bodies and injured people lying Âall over t he place,ÂŽ Walker said. ÂOne woman was a crumpled mess on the road. They turned her over and started CPR. We realized she didnÂt make it,ÂŽ she said. Among the injured were nine children 10 years old or younger.Woman faces murder charges in homecoming parade crash HOUSTON (AP) Â„ After a drawn-out showdown between HoustonÂs popular lesbian mayor and a coalition of conservative pastors, voters in the nationÂs fourth-largest city will soon decide whether to establish nondiscrimination protections for gay and transgender people. Nationwide, thereÂs interest in the Nov. 3 referendum: Confrontations over the same issue are Â”aring in many places, at the state and local level, now that nondiscrimination has replaced same-sex marriage as the No. 1 priority for the LGBT-rights movement. ÂThe vote in Houston will carry national signiÂ“cance,ÂŽ said Sarah Warbelow, legal director of the Human Rights Campaign, a national LGBT-rights group. She noted that Houston, with 2.2 million residents, is more populous than 15 states. The contested Houston Equal Rights Ordinance is a broad measure that would consolidate existing bans on discrimination tied to race, sex, religion and other categories in employment, housing and public accommodations, and extend such protections to gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people. The outcome is considered uncertain. Two recent polls commissioned by Houston TV stations showed supporters of the ordinance with a slight lead, but each poll indicated that about one-Â“fth of likely voters were undecided. Opponents contend the ordinance would infringe on their religious beliefs against homosexuality. Copying a tactic used elsewhere, they also have labeled it the Âbathroom ordinance,ÂŽ alleging that it would open the door for sexual predators to go into womenÂs restrooms. ÂEven registered sex offenders could follow women or young girls into the bathroom,ÂŽ says an ad produced by Campaign for Houston, which opposes the ordinance. The measureÂs supporters denounce these assertions as scare tactics, arguing that such problems with public bathrooms have been virtually nonexistent in the 17 states that have banned discrimination based on gender identity. Mayor Annise Parker, whose election in 2009 made Houston the largest U.S. city with an openly gay mayor, is among those expressing exasperation. ÂThe fact there is so much misinformation and not just misinformation, just out and out ludicrous lies, is very frustrating,ÂŽ Parker recently told reporters. ÂIÂm worried about the image of Houston around the world as a tolerant, welcoming place if this goes down.ÂŽ Parker has vented some of her frustration on Twitter in tweets criticizing former Houston Astros player Lance Berkman. In ads for Campaign for Houston, Berkman said the ordinance would Âallow troubled men who claim to be women to enter womenÂs bathrooms, showers and locker rooms.ÂŽ Parker, who is completing her third and Â“nal term, has encountered criticism herself. When opponents sued the city Â„ seeking to force a referendum on the ordinance after the city council approved it in May 2014 Â„ city attorneys tried to subpoena sermons from Â“ve pastors who opposed the measure. The pastors said the request violated their religious freedom, and the city later dropped the effort. The lawsuit eventually reached the Texas Supreme Court, which in July ruled the conservative activists should have succeeded in their petition drive to put the issue before voters. In a sermon last month, Ed Young, pastor of Second Baptist Church, one of the nationÂs largest churches, called the ordinance Âtotally deceptiveÂŽ and urged his congregation to vote against it because Âit will carry our city ... further down the road of being totally, in my opinion, secular and godless.ÂŽ Richard Carlbom, campaign manager for Houston Unites, which supports the ordinance, said the measure is not simply about anti-LGBT discrimination but about multiple forms of bias. Between May 2014 and September 2015, most discrimination complaints in the city related to race and gender; only about 5 percent involved LGBT discrimination.Showdown in Houston over LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE NATIONBiden opted out on 2016 Dem race because he ÂcouldnÂt winÂWASHINGTON (AP) Â„ Vice President Joe Biden says he decided against running for president because he ÂcouldnÂt win,ÂŽ not because he would have had too little time to get a campaign up and running. ÂIÂll be very blunt. If I thought we couldÂve put together the campaign ... that our supporters deserve and our contributors deserved ... I would have done it,ÂŽ he said in an interview aired Sunday on CBSÂs Â60 Minutes.ÂŽ In the wide-ranging interview, in which Biden took questions for a time joined by his wife, Jill, the vice president also said he would not have gotten into the race just to stop Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton.15-year-old shot, injured at South Carolina State FairCOLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) Â„ Authorities are investigating a shooting at the South Carolina State Fair that left a teenager injured. Richland County sheriffÂs deputies tell local media outlets that a 15-year-old was taken to a hospital after he was shot Saturday night at the fair in Columbia. Authorities have not identiÂ“ed the teen or released details of the shooting. Authorities: Man killed in Georgia shootout, 2 deputies hurtTALKING ROCK, Ga. (AP) Â„ A man who had been arguing with two hunters in north Georgia was fatally shot in an exchange of gunÂ“re with law enforcement agents, authorities said Sunday. Two deputies were wounded. John Harley Turner, 36, of Talking Rock, died after a shootout erupted Saturday night after the dispute between Turner and the hunters, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement. Turner repeatedly threatened the hunters with a pistol for being near his property in Pickens County, the GBI said. The hunters called 911 and deputies responded to TurnerÂs home, according to the emailed statement. When deputies arrived, Turner screamed at approaching deputies and pointed his pistol at them, the GBI said. NEW YORK (AP) Â„ Divers searching the Harlem River recovered a gun ÂconsistentÂŽ with the weapon used to kill a police ofÂ“cer during a foot chase in Manhattan, the New York Police Department said Sunday. Chief of Manhattan detectives William Aubry said the weapon was found around 3 a.m. Sunday. The gun will be tested for Â“ngerprints and DNA, as well as test Â“red, to determine whether it is the same .40-caliber Glock pistol used to shoot OfÂ“cer Randolph Holder in the head. ÂThat Â“rearm is consistent with the Â“rearm that we were looking for,ÂŽ Aubry said. The police also shut down part of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Drive on ManhattanÂs East Side Â„ the area of the shooting Â„ for a few hours Sunday morning as they conducted a ground search. About 100 police ofÂ“cers volunteered to do the work, especially aimed at Â“nding the fatal bullet. Holder and his partner had responded to a report of shots Â“red near a public housing development in East Harlem on Tuesday night. When they arrived, a man said his bike had been stolen at gunpoint and the thief Â”ed. The ofÂ“cers caught up to a man with a bike on a pedestrian overpass that spans FDR Drive and traded gunÂ“re, police said. After Holder was shot, the gunman ditched the bike and took off, apparently throwing his weapon into the river, police said. He was caught several blocks away with a gunshot wound to his leg, New York Police Commissioner William Bratton said. Shell cases from the test Â“ring would be compared with discharged cases police recovered on 120th Street next to HolderÂs body Â„ in addition to the cases at 102nd Street where the Â“rst shots were Â“red, Aubry said. The chief of detectives said the searches were a Â24/7 operationÂŽ since the night of the shooting. He said the scuba teamÂs work was Âvery difÂ“cult.ÂŽ The gun was under 20 feet of water and ÂtheyÂre on their belly and theyÂre searching for it by hand.ÂŽ Tyrone Howard, 30, has been charged with murder and robbery in HolderÂs death. His lawyer has said there are many missing details in the case. HolderÂs funeral is scheduled for Wednesday. He is to be buried in his native Guyana.NYPD: Gun that may have been used in officerÂs death found in riverConservationists are thrilled: 6th newborn orca spottedSEATTLE (AP) Â„ Puget SoundÂs endangered resident orcas have welcomed yet another new addition. The Center for Whale Research in Friday Harbor conÂ“rmed on its Facebook page this weekend that a newborn orca designated as J53 was seen traveling Saturday in Haro Strait with a 38-year-old orca known as Princess Angeline. Conservationists are thrilled. ItÂs the sixth baby born to Puget SoundÂs three orca pods since last December, boosting their numbers to 82. Michael Harris, the executive director of the PaciÂ“c Whale Watch Association, says the whale watch community is referring to the baby boom as the Âclass of 2015.ÂŽRadioactive dump that burned in Nevada had past troublesLAS VEGAS (AP) Â„ The operator of a closed radioactive waste dump that caught Â“re in southern Nevada had trouble over the years with leaky shipments and oversight so lax that employees took contaminated tools and building materials home, according to state and federal records. The Â“rm, now called US Ecology Inc., had its license suspended for mishandling shipments in the 1970s Â„ about the same time that state ofÂ“cials say the material that exploded and burned last weekend was accepted and buried. Nevada now has ownership and oversight of the property, which opened in 1962 near Beatty as the nationÂs Â“rst federally licensed low-level radioactive waste dump and closed in 1992. State ofÂ“cials said this week they didnÂt immediately know what blew up.Survey: US gasoline prices drop 10 cents over past 2 weeksCAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) Â„ The average price of gasoline has dropped 10 cents over the past two weeks, to $2.24 a gallon. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg reports Sunday that prices have fallen 63 cents in the past 19 weeks. Lundberg says the price slide could end if crude costs remain close to current levels. In the Lower 48 states, the highest average price of regular gasoline was $2.87 per gallon in Los Angeles. The lowest was $1.85 in Charleston, S.C. The U.S. average diesel price is $2.56 per gallon, down a penny from two weeks ago.Police: Man who taped in crashed car tried to bribe driverLORAIN, Ohio (AP) Â„ Police say an Ohio man charged with trespassing after opening the door of a crashed car to record cellphone video of the grisly scene inside tried to bribe the teenage driver in the fatal crash. Lorain police in northeast Ohio said they will pursue a felony bribery charge against Paul Pelton, 41, of Lorain. PeltonÂs attorney didnÂt immediately return a phone message Sunday. Pelton earlier pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor vehicle trespass charge stemming from the July 13 single-car crash. A 17-yearold passenger suffered fatal injuries after the car went airborne at a railroad crossing.Competency trial set for Oklahoma man in womanÂs beheadingOKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Â„ A judge must decide if a man accused of beheading a co-worker at a food processing plant in suburban Oklahoma City is competent to contribute to his own defense on a Â“rst-degree murder charge. Alton Nolen, 31, is charged in the knife attack at Vaughan Foods in Moore in September last year that killed his 54-year-old co-worker Colleen Hufford. Nolen is also charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon in an attack on a second colleague, 43-year-old Traci Johnson, who survived. He has pleaded not guilty to both charges. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. CHAMBERS
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 11 CORTEZ (AP) Â„ From the earliest moments in history when people believed sailing into the horizon meant falling off the face of a Â”at earth to later centuries when the horrors of giant sea monsters and tales of mermaids luring sailors to their deaths, seagoing humans found ways to keep safe from the mythological dangers through superstition. Some are based in fact and many are not, according to Amara Nash, curator of the Florida Maritime Museum, 4415 119th St. W. in Cortez. The museum opened its newest exhibit; ÂSailors & SuperstitionsÂŽ Oct. 8, which will run through Dec. 5 with lecture series in between. What Nash found to be intriguing when planning the exhibit two years ago was how intertwined superstition and tattoos were for sailors across the centuries. So Nash has incorporated the history of tattooing, the meaning of nautical tattoos and some of the superstitious meanings behind tattoos. ÂFor example, some sailors would tattoo a pig and a chicken on their legs because the pigs and chickens were in wooden crates and if the ship sank, it would often be those crates that would survive by washing up on shore,ÂŽ said Nash. ÂAnother one is that sailors used to believe that a tattoo of a cruciÂ“x meant that sharks couldnÂt touch them even if they were in the water and surrounded by hundreds of them.ÂŽ Sharks have a long, sometimes dark history with sailors in both fact and Â“ction. It was a sign of doom if sharks were spotted trailing a ship at sea. Black cats remain to some as a sign of bad luck, and there are commercial Â“shermen even today in the historic village of Cortez that if a black cat crosses their path on the way to their boat, ÂThey will turn right around and go home for the day,ÂŽ said Nash. ÂOther cats were considered to be good luck because they kept the rat population under control and they were sensitive to barometric changes, which made predicting the weather easier. But no black cats because they were thought to be a witchÂs familiar,ÂŽ she added. Women on a ship were also considered bad luck but in perhaps typical sailor thinking, women on board were sometimes Â“ne as long as they were scantily clad. Today, as well, if you take a banana on a Â“shing boat, you may be asked to leave immediately. Nash said she is unsure of the origin of the superstition but some anglers say the oil in the skin is a natural Â“sh repellent. The superstition dates back to the 1700s when boats hauling both bananas and Â“shermen had to sail quickly before the fruit spoiled, making it difÂ“cult to Â“sh. It evolved into a belief that bananas will cause a boat to sink. Nash said itÂs those kinds of things that makes the exhibit unique and Âfocuses on different aspects of perspectives and views that people have in the maritime industry. And one thing I learned that I thought was unique about the tattoos is that they were like a sailorÂs resume. They would get tattoos of places theyÂve been, things theyÂve done and had tattoos for things like crossing the equator. You could really tell a lot about a sailor just by looking at him.ÂŽ Nash said since the exhibit opened, itÂs been a wide age range of guests from older sailors feeling nostalgic to younger curiosity seekers to tattoo enthusiasts in general who want to see some equipment on loan from the Lucky Tattoo Museum in Largo. ÂPeople are really liking it,ÂŽ said Nash. ÂItÂs fun and there are some surprises in what people will learn.ÂŽCortezÂ Maritime Museum opens ÂSailor SuperstitionsÂ exhibit AP PHOTOFlorida Maritime Museum Curator Amara Nash explains superstitious tattoos sailors across the centuries believed kept them safe from all sorts of sea monsters and bad luck. The Sailors & Superstitions exhibit opened Oct. 8 at the museum located in the Historic Village of Cortez. WASHINGTON (AP) Â„ The Black Lives Matter movement is creating an environment that can put police ofÂ“cers at risk, Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie said Sunday, accusing President Barack Obama of supporting the movement, encouraging ÂlawlessnessÂŽ and not backing up law enforcement. ÂI donÂt believe that movement should be justiÂ“ed when they are calling for the murder of police ofÂ“cers,ÂŽ Christie said on CBSÂ ÂFace the Nation.ÂŽ Told that some individual members have been recorded calling for the deaths of ofÂ“cers, Christie replied that the environment is Âwhat the movement is creating.ÂŽ Black Lives Matter was established after the 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teen, by a neighborhood watch enthusiast, and has become an issue in the 2016 presidential campaign. The group said on its Facebook page in September that conservatives are trying to turn the movement into a danger to ofÂ“cers. ÂWeÂre targeting the brutal system of policing, not individual police,ÂŽ the movement said in its statement. ÂThe Black Lives Matter Network seeks to end the system of policing that allows for unchecked violence against black people.ÂŽ Police groups have bristled at that comment and pointed out people in marches drawing awareness to the issue have been recorded chanting for the deaths of police ofÂ“cers. During a protest outside MinnesotaÂs state fair this summer, for example, some marchers were recorded chanting to fry police Âlike bacon.ÂŽ Earlier this month, the parents of slain black men and women were featured speakers at the ÂJustice or ElseÂŽ march marking the 20-year anniversary of the Million Man March in Washington. President Barack Obama last week defended the Black Lives Matter movement, noting protests are giving voice to a problem happening only in AfricanAmerican communities. ÂWe, as a society, particularly given our history, have to take this seriously,ÂŽ Obama said. The movement has become an issue in the presidential campaign. Some have taken its name as an implication that other peopleÂs lives donÂt matter, and respond by saying, ÂAll lives matter.ÂŽ Democratic presidential hopeful Martin OÂMalley initially took that tack but apologized last summer. At the Democratic presidential debate earlier this month, he joined the partyÂs other presidential hopefuls in giving a nod to the movement. African-Americans overwhelmingly vote for Democrats.Christie: Black Lives Matter ÂcreateÂ call to kill officers
Page 12 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 Dear Dave: My husband and I live on a budget and are getting out of debt. Our daughter is in high school, and weÂve been teaching her about your plan. Is it realistic to expect a 16-year-old with a part-time job and a hand-me-down car to make and live on a budget? Â„ Marcie Dear Marcie: Anyone who has an income can make and live off a budget. Your daughter is at a great time in her life to learn how to prioritize spending, saving and giving Â„ and making her money behave! Even in her situation, when sheÂs still living at home with you guys, there are plenty of things she can include in a budget. Think about it: She needs gas for the car, basic maintenance and insurance Âƒ things like that. SheÂll also want a little spending money, and she might even have ideas of going to college. So sit down with her and show her how to make out a budget to Â“gure out the upcoming monthÂs expenses before the month begins. Make sure she knows how to properly balance and reconcile her bank account, too. Of course, at this point itÂs still your responsibility as parents to provide her with the basic necessities. But I love your attitude and your willingness to teach her how to handle money intelligently. The sooner she learns some basic money management principles, the sooner sheÂll be able to handle her Â“nances in the real world responsibly. Â„ Dave Saving is doing somethingDear Dave: I know youÂre all about getting out of debt, and I agree with your stance on that. I started college last month, and scholarships and Pell Grants will pay for everything. But is saving money really that important if youÂre young and have a good income? What good does money do you if you donÂt use it for something? Â„ Tim Dear Tim: Congrats on beginning college! IÂm glad, too, that you understand how I feel about debt. But it worries me that you seem to think that youÂre not doing anything with your money when you save. Saving money is one of the most important things you can do with your money, because when you save youÂre planning for the future and the unexpected. Retirement may seem a long way off right now, but think for a second how it would feel to have worked your entire life only to end up broke at age 65. If that thought doesnÂt scare you, it should. Have you ever seen someone that age, or older, wrangling shopping carts in the rain or Â”ipping burgers at a fast food joint? In most cases, itÂs not because they love the job and being around people. TheyÂre doing it because they have to, because they failed to plan for the future and save some money. LetÂs talk about something a little closer. You said you agree with my stance on debt. Okay, so how are you going to buy your next car without going into debt if you havenÂt saved anything? How will you survive if you get laid off from your job if you havenÂt saved any money? Bad things happen when people are foolish enough not to save money. Saving is doing something with your money, Tim. ItÂs one of the most important things you can do with money Â„ for yourself and those around you! Â„ Dave Follow Dave Ramsey on Twitter at @DaveRamsey and on the Web at daveramsey.com.Helping them budgetDave Ramsey JERUSALEM (AP) Â„ John KerryÂs latest Mideast mission has aimed for the modest goal of easing tensions around JerusalemÂs most sensitive holy site Â„ the focal point of more than a month of deadly unrest. But the steps announced by the U.S. secretary of state over the weekend did little to address the deeper issues behind the Â“ghting, disappointing the Palestinians and raising fears that even if calm is restored, it is just a matter of time before another round of violence erupts. During a swing through the region, Kerry announced the steps on Saturday after several days of meetings with Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian leaders. The highlight was a Jordanian proposal to install surveillance cameras at the Jerusalem holy site that is known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary. More than a month of violence has been fueled by Palestinian allegations that Israel is trying to change the delicate status quo at the site, which allows non-Muslims to visit but not pray. The hilltop compound, home to the biblical Jewish Temples, is the holiest site in Judaism. Today, it is home to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, the third-holiest site in Islam and a potent Palestinian national symbol. While Israel has repeatedly said there are no plans to change this status quo, the Palestinian fears have been stoked by growing numbers of Jewish visitors, backed by some senior Israeli ofÂ“cials, who seek prayer rights and an expanded presence on the mount. Addressing his Cabinet on Sunday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he Âmade clearÂŽ to Kerry that Israel is committed to preserving the status quo, and he welcomed the plan to install cameras. ÂIsrael has an interest in stationing cameras in all parts of the Temple Mount. First, in order to disprove the claim that Israel is changing the status quo. Second, to show where the provocations really come from and to foil them before they ever happen,ÂŽ he said. Israeli ofÂ“cials said the plan was for Israeli police and ofÂ“cials from the Waqf, the Jordanianbacked religious authority that administers the Muslim sites, to have access to footage. Palestinian ofÂ“cials gave the camera plan a cool reception. ÂNetanyahu wants the video cameras just to track our people and arrest them,ÂŽ Palestinian ofÂ“cial Saeb Erekat told the Voice of Palestine radio station.Both Israeli and Jordanian ofÂ“cials said arrangements have not yet been discussed in detail, and it was not clear when the cameras would start operating. The ofÂ“cials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter with the media.The conÂ”icting claims to the hilltop mount lie at the heart of the IsraeliPalestinian conÂ”ict and have spilled over into violence in the past. The current round of Â“ghting began last month with clashes between young Muslim men and Israeli security forces, and quickly spread to other parts of Jerusalem, across Israel and into the West Bank and Gaza Strip. In Â“ve weeks, 10 Israelis have been killed in Palestinian attacks, mostly stabbings, while 50 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli Â“re, including 29 said by Israel to be attackers. The violence continued Sunday. In one incident, two Palestinians stabbed an Israeli in the West Bank, wounding him moderately before Â”eeing, the Israeli military said. The military initially said the attackers were disguised as ultra-Orthodox Jews but later retracted the detail after an investigation, saying it was incorrect. Elsewhere in the West Bank, Israeli police said an ofÂ“cer shot and killed a 17-year-old Palestinian girl who tried to stab him. In a separate incident, a Palestinian man stabbed and seriously wounded an Israeli man near a Jewish West Bank settlement before Â”eeing. On Sunday, Mohammed Hussein, the mufti of Jerusalem, the top Muslim cleric, gave a rare interview to Israeli media, telling Channel 2 TV that there had never been a Jewish presence at the holy site. ÂThe Al-Aqsa Mosque was there 3,000 years ago, and 30,000 years ago and when the world was created,ÂŽ he said. ÂIt was never anything other than a mosque.ÂŽNetanyahu has said the stabbings are the result of Palestinian incitement and pointed to comments like the muftiÂs. But Palestinians say the violence is the result of deep frustrations after nearly 50 years of Israeli occupation, years of failed peace efforts and a lack of hope for gaining independence. In his public comments Saturday, Kerry gave no indication that the Obama administration has any plans to relaunch peace efforts during its Â“nal year in ofÂ“ce, though the so-called Quartet, a U.S.-led group of international Mideast mediators, is to send a delegation to the region in the near future. During SaturdayÂs meeting with Kerry, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas raised a number of concerns, including continued Israeli settlement construction on occupied lands claimed by the Palestinians and their demand for an independent state in the West Bank, east Jerusalem and Gaza Â„ lands captured by Israel in the 1967 Mideast war. The Palestinians are seeking a U.N. Security Council resolution endorsing their positions, along with a timeline for establishment of an independent state. Palestinians said they were waiting to see whether the arrangements announced by Kerry would change the situation on the ground.On Friday, Israel lifted age restrictions barring young men from joining prayers at the mosque, a key source of tension, and prayers passed without incident. Palestinians also want to see whether Israeli will remove checkpoints and roadblocks placed in Arab neighborhoods in Jerusalem in recent weeks.ÂI think people are still confused about what Netanyahu is up to, and we donÂt know what the coming days will bring,ÂŽ said Ahmad Rweidi, AbbasÂ adviser on Jerusalem affairs. Palestinian political scientist George Giacaman said that while Kerry may succeed in easing the latest tensions, a broader political solution is needed. ÂWe are heading toward collision and confrontations,ÂŽ he said. Nathan Thrall, an analyst with the International Crisis Group, said there were no guarantees that KerryÂs efforts would even get the latest violence to subside. But he said the U.S. has signaled that it may take one last push at advancing peace.ÂWe havenÂt seen the end of the Obama administrationÂs involvement or efforts in this conÂ”ict,ÂŽ he said. ÂI think there is a good chance that the U.S. will wind up doing something ... before the end of ObamaÂs term.ÂŽKerry plan for Jerusalem site leaves many issues unanswered AP PHOTOIsraelÂs Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to his military secretary Brigadier General Eliezer Toledano, left, during the weekly cabinet meeting at his oce, in Jerusalem, Sunday. BRUSSELS (AP) Â„ European leaders lashed out Sunday at each otherÂs handling of the continentÂs greatest immigration crisis since World War II, even as they came together to seek ways to ease the plight of the tens of thousands marching across the Balkans toward the European UnionÂs heartland. At a hastily called emergency summit in Brussels, 11 EU and Balkan leaders were especially looking to shore up GreeceÂs porous border with Turkey and slow the Â”ow of people heading north toward the European UnionÂs heartland. ÂExtraordinary times demand extraordinary measures,ÂŽ German Chancellor Angela Merkel said. Nearly 250,000 migrants have passed through the Balkans since mid-September and the surge is not being deterred by either cold weather or colder waters off Greece. Croatia said 11,500 people crossed into the country Saturday, the highest in a single day since Hungary put up a fence and refugees started coming into Croatia in mid-September. Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar said his tiny Alpine nation was being overwhelmed by the refugees Â„ with 60,000 arriving in the last 10 days Â„ and was not receiving enough help from its EU partners. He put the challenge in simple terms: if no fresh approach is forthcoming Âin the next few days and weeks, I do believe that the European Union and Europe as a whole will start to fall apart.ÂŽ Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic asked a fundamental question that the 28-nation bloc and non-EU nations like Serbia have been unable to answer since the migratory trek across the Mediterranean and through Turkey started last spring: ÂWhat we are going to do with hundreds of thousands of these people?ÂŽ Half a year later, there is no answer. SundayÂs meeting was hoping to come up with some Band-Aid solutions at best. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras commented that having a summit on the migrant crisis was of little use if Turkey was not invited. Many say the EU needs to get control of the refugee Â”ow at the blocÂs external border between EU-member Greece and Turkey. Migration experts, however, say the Â”ood of refugees wonÂt be halted until the world resolves the war in Syria, which is driving millions out of the country. Vucic said he was prepared for Âhard, not very pleasantÂŽ talks. He said Serbia would not Âput up any wallsÂŽ like HungaryÂs new razor wire-topped border fences. Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic asked of fellow EU nation Greece: ÂWhy doesnÂt Greece control its maritime half with Turkey?ÂŽ Greece, criticized for being ill-prepared as a Â“rst EU buffer against the migrants, decried the lack of EU solidarity. ÂTill today, it was difÂ“cult to Â“nd a solution, because a series of countries adopt a stance ÂNot in my backyard,ÂÂŽ Tsipras said.EU leaders criticize each other at summit on refugees HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WORLDExit poll: Right-wing party wins PolandÂs parliamentary voteWARSAW, Poland (AP) Â„ Poland took a decisive turn to the right in its parliamentary election Sunday, tossing out the centrist party that had governed for eight years for a socially conservative and Euroskeptic party that wants to keep migrants out and spend more on PolandÂs own poor. An exit poll showed the conservative Law and Justice party winning 39 percent of the vote, enough to govern alone without forming a coalition. The ruling pro-European Civic Platform party received 23 percent of the vote, according to the exit poll, and Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz of Civic Platform conceded shortly afterward.Opposition claims it got votes to force runoff in ArgentinaBUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) Â„ Argentines waited into the night for results from SundayÂs presidential election, in which the two main contenders were a ruling party candidate who promised to continue with the policies of President Cristina Fernandez and an opposition leader who argued the South American nation needs an overhaul. With no results released for the six-candidate race, opposition leaders said their internal polling indicated their candidate, Mauricio Macri, had gotten enough votes to force a runoff with Daniel Scioli, the chosen successor of Fernandez.Ukraine holds local elections that test oligarchsÂ reachMARIUPOL, Ukraine (AP) Â„ Ukrainians voted Sunday in local elections seen as a test of strength for President Petro PoroshenkoÂs government and for the oligarchs accustomed to running their own regions, but a last-minute dispute blocked the ballot in a key port city. The vote took place as resentment and disappointment were running high among the electorate. Voters were choosing more than 10,700 local councils as well as mayors in elections held nationwide, except for in parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of eastern Ukraine controlled by Russia-backed rebels. In eastern areas recaptured by government forces after Â“erce Â“ghting last year, former separatists were running for ofÂ“ce as candidates from the Opposition Bloc.Whale watching boat carrying 27 sinksVANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) Â„ Canadian authorities say at least three people died after a whale watching boat with 27 people on board sank off Vancouver Island. The Joint Rescue Coordination Centre conÂ“rmed that the vessel made a mayday call shortly before 4 p.m. Sunday near ToÂ“no, British Columbia. Jenn Hamilton, a spokeswoman for British Columbia Emergency Health Services, said at least three were dead. Hamilton said she did not have further details including nationalities of the deceased.
SPORTSMonday, October 26, 2015 www.yoursun.net Â€ www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports Â€ @SunCoastSports Sports Editor: Mark Lawrence INDEX | Lottery 2 | Youth football 2 | Golf 2 | NBA 2, 6 | NFL 3-4 | Baseball 5 | Auto racing 5 | Scoreboard 7 | NHL 7 | College football 8 Kansas City features far from the same cast, Â€ Page 5ORLANDO Â„ Following one of the worst starts in program history, George OÂLeary is retiring as Central FloridaÂs football coach, effective immediately, the school announced Sunday. It comes a day after the Knights dropped to 0-8 with a 59-10 loss to Houston, the worst home defeat in school history. Quarterbacks coach Danny Barrett was named interim coach. The decision ended a tumultuous period marked by a rash of injuries and dismal on-Â“eld play that was punctuated by UCF being ranked COLLEGE FOOTBALLOÂLeary retires after Knights fall to 0-8 By KYLE HIGHTOWERASSOCIATED PRESSOÂLEARY | 8 INSIDEFlorida State falls to 17th in AP poll; Ohio State tightens grip on No. 1 spot, Page 8 Baylor waits for medical report on its quarterback, Page 8THIS WEEKSATURDAY South Florida at Navy, Noon Syracuse at Florida St., Noon UCF at Cincinnati, Noon Jacksonville at Dayton, 1 p.m. San Diego at Stetson, 1 p.m. Bethune-Cookman at Delaware St., 2 p.m. FIU at FAU, 3:30 p.m. Georgia vs. Florida at Jacksonville, 3:30 p.m. NC A&T at Florida A&M, 5 p.m. Miami at Duke, 7 p.m.End comes at UCF, Miami AP PHOTOGeorge OÂLeary retired Sunday after 12 years at Central Florida. Though he took the team to seven bowl games, his tenure was bookended by winless campaigns. MIAMI Â„ Everyone knows what went wrong for the Miami Heat a year ago. Chris Bosh got sick and missed half the season, Dwyane Wade was sidelined for 20 games with injuries, LeBron James left town and the Heat run of playoff appearances came to a screeching halt. That was then. These days, the Heat are more consumed with thinking about what went right. They swung a deal to acquire point guard Goran Dragic, found a possible star center off the NBAÂs scrap heap in Hassan Whiteside, got lucky on draft night to land Justise Winslow with the No. 10 pick. And since last season ended, Bosh and Josh McRoberts got healthier, Wade and Dragic re-signed and some bench roles were Â“lled at bargain prices by AmarÂe Stoudemire and Gerald Green. Helped by 86 dunks, Whiteside topped the Heat charts last season by making 71 percent of his shots at the rim. Dragic was No. 2 on that list at Heat expect to bounce back into playoffs NBA: MiamiBy TIM REYNOLDSASSOCIATED PRESSAP PHOTOMiami forward Justise Winslow goes up for a shot against Orlando during a preseason game. The shooting guard fell into the HeatÂs lap at No. 10 in this yearÂs NBA draft. INSIDELongtime coach Flip Saunders dies at age 60, Page 2 Eastern Conference preview, Page 6COMING TUESDAYWestern Conference previewHORNETS AT HEATWHO: Charlotte (0-0) at Miami (0-0) WHEN : Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. WHERE: AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami TV: SUN RADIO: No local affiliate TICKETS: Ticketmaster.comHEAT | 6CORAL GABLES Â„ The worst loss in MiamiÂs storied history will be Al GoldenÂs last with the Hurricanes. In a move that long seemed inevitable, Golden was Â“red Sunday with more than four full years left on his contract. Tight ends coach Larry Scott will take over as interim head coach, as the Hurricanes try to save their season and take another run at trying to reclaim lost prominence. ÂMaking a change mid-season in any athletic program is something I prefer not to do, as I believe coaching evaluations should take ProgramÂs worst loss prompts Golden Â“ringBy TIM REYNOLDSASSOCIATED PRESSGOLDEN | 8AP PHOTOAl Golden leaves with a 32-25 record during a time when the Miami program was signicantly impaired by NCAA penalties for events that took place before he was hired. AP PHOTOWashington tight end Jordan Reed celebrates his game-winning touchdown catch in the nal minute as Tampa BayÂs Chris Conte and free safety Bradley McDougald watch Sunday. The score marked WashingtonÂs lone lead of the day.LANDOVER, Md. Â„ Tampa Bay blew a 24-point lead, tying the second-biggest collapse in club history and everywhere you looked in the BucsÂ locker room there was pain following an epic fail to the Redskins. To walk out of FedEx Field with a 31-30 loss Sunday after beleaguered Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins made the easiest pitch and catch to tight end Jordan Reed for a 6-yard touchdown with 24 seconds left, is the kind of defeat that doesnÂt just sting but leaves a mark. ÂThis is one of those losses you get a permanent scar from,ÂŽ linebacker Lavonte David said. Only a few hours earlier, following a defensive touchdown, the Bucs led the Redskins 24-0 as the home team was being booed out of the nationÂs capital. Then the Bucs folded like origami. To leave D.C. with a loss, the Bucs (2-4) had Collapse stuns the BucsBy RICK STROUDTAMPA BAY TIMES NFL: Washington 31, Tampa Bay 30Team blows a 24-point lead, falls on TD in Â“nal minute JAGUARS 34 , Buffalo 31 Atlanta 10, Tennessee 7 Kansas City 23, Pittsburgh 13 St. Louis 24, Cleveland 6 Washington 31, BUCS 30 Minnesota 28, Detroit 19 DOLPHINS 44 , Houston 26 New Orleans 27, Indianapolis 21 New England 30, N.Y. Jets 23 Oakland 37, San Diego 29 N.Y. Giants 27, Dallas 20 Philadelphia at Carolina, lateSCOREBOARD INSIDEMiami makes Dan Campbell the fifth interim coach since 2000 to go 2-0, Page 3 Blake Bortles throws a game-winning pass late in the fourth quarter to lift Jacksonville, Page 4BUCS | 3 Harvick hijacks LoganoÂs spotlight By JENNA FRYERASSOCIATED PRESSTALLADEGA, Ala. Â„ As Joey Logano made his third straight trip to victory lane, questions swirled about reigning Sprint Cup champion Kevin HarvickÂs late-race tactics. Several competitors accused Harvick of intentionally causing a race-ending caution Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway, where Logano completed a sweep of the second round of NASCARÂs playoffs. It came at the expense of Dale Earnhardt Jr., who was eliminated from the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship at his best track for the second consecutive year. Earnhardt led a race-high 61 laps, but had to settle for second in a race he had to win when the Harvicktriggered crash ended the race under caution. NASCARÂs most popular driver did not question his fate. ÂWhen the race is over, I can live with the result AUTO RACING: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series TOP 5 FINISHERS1. Joey Logano, Ford 2. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet 3. Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet 4. Brad Keselowski, Ford 5. Carl Edwards, ToyotaPOINTS RACE1. Joey Logano 4,000 2. Carl Edwards 4,000 3. Jeff Gordon 4,000 4. Kurt Busch 4,000 5. Brad Keselowski 4,000 6. Martin Truex Jr. 4,000 7. Kevin Harvick 4,000 8. Kyle Busch 4,000;LOGANO | 5His crash on restart freezes Â“nish order
Page 2 SP www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 Florida Lotterywww.flalottery.com CASH 3Oct. 25N .......................................7-8-1 Oct. 25D .......................................5-0-4 Oct. 24N .......................................7-7-6 Oct. 24D .......................................3-0-2 Oct. 23N .......................................6-4-1 Oct. 23D .......................................3-8-9 D-Day, N-Night PLAY 4Oct. 25N ....................................7-7-7-8 Oct. 25D ....................................5-3-3-0 Oct. 24N ....................................8-0-1-4 Oct. 24D ....................................5-6-5-8 Oct. 23N ....................................9-4-7-9 Oct. 23D ....................................0-1-4-3 D-Day, N-Night FANTASY 5Oct. 25 ...........................1-10-14-20-24 Oct. 24 ...........................1-20-22-30-36 Oct. 23 ...........................7-22-31-33-36PAYOFF FOR OCT. 240 5-digit winners ........................$0.00 318 4-digit winners .....................$555 9,593 3-digit winners ...............$23.50 LUCKY MONEYOct. 23 ..................................4-9-30-36 Lucky Ball ..........................................10 Â€ Â€ Â€ Oct. 20 ..................................3-9-32-44 Lucky Ball ..........................................13PAYOFF FOR OCT. 230 4-of-4 LB ............................$500,000 6 4-of-4 ........................................$906 45 3-of-4 LB ............................$264.50 630 3-of-4 .................................$55.50 LOTTOOct. 24 ...................12-17-18-21-46-49 Oct. 21 .....................8-18-19-23-32-40PAYOFF FOR OCT. 240 6-digit winners .................$6 million 12 5-digit winners ...............$8,346.50 1,231 4-digit winners ................$75.50 POWERBALLOct. 24 .........................20-31-56-60-64 Powerball ............................................2 Â€ Â€ Â€ Oct. 21 .........................30-32-42-56-57 Powerball ..........................................11PAYOFF FOR OCT. 240 5 of 5 + PB .............................$90M 0 5 of 5 .............................$1,000,000 1 4 of 5 + PB .........................$50,000 28 4 of 5 ....................................$100ESTIMATED JACKPOT $100 million MEGA MILLIONSOct. 23 .........................25-32-37-45-70 Lucky Ball ............................................1 Â€ Â€ Â€ Oct. 20 ...........................6-25-35-38-52 Mega Ball ............................................4PAYOFF FOR OCT. 230 5 of 5 + MB ...................$105 million 0 5 of 5 ...............................$1,000,000 1 4 of 5 + MB ............................$5,000 16 4 of 5 ......................................$500ESTIMATED JACKPOT $117 Million Contact usMark Lawrence Â€ Sports Editor firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-206-1175 Kathryn Fitzgerald Â€ Staff writer email@example.com or 941-206-1122 Jesse Jones Â€ Sports designer firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-206-1185 Rob Shore Â€ Staff writer email@example.com or 941-206-1174 Josh Vitale Â€ Staff writer firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-206-1140.EMAIL: email@example.com FAX: 941-629-2085 SunCoast Sports NowWhen news breaks, we blog it at www.suncoastsportsnow.com Like us and share our photos on Facebook: f acebook.com/ SunCoastSports Follow us on Twitter for live event updates and breaking news: @SunCoastSports Corrections It is the SunÂs policy to correct all errors of fact. To report an error, call the sports department at 941-206-1175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .How to ÂƒSubmit a story idea: Email or call Mark Lawrence 941-206-1175. Must contain name, address and number. Submit local golf scores: Email scores to email@example.com. Scores appear in the weekly Heralds. Report a high school result: Call 877-818-6204 or 941-206-1126 by 10:30 p.m. the day the event is held. MINNEAPOLIS Â„ Flip Saunders, the longtime NBA coach who won more than 650 games in nearly two decades and was trying to rebuild the Minnesota Timberwolves as team president, coach and part owner, died Sunday, the team said. He was 60. Saunders was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in June and doctors called it Âtreatable and curable,ÂŽ when the Timberwolves made the diagnosis public in August. But he took a leave of absence from the team in September after complications arose during his treatment, which included chemotherapy. This week, owner Glen Taylor announced Saunders would not be back this season and asked team employees to give Saunders time to heal. The Timberwolves open the season Wednesday. Sam Mitchell has been named interim head coach of the Timberwolves and GM Milt Newton is heading the teamÂs personnel department. Saunders went 654-592 in 17 NBA seasons with the Timberwolves, Detroit Pistons and Washington Wizards. Philip Daniel Saunders was born on Feb. 23, 1955, in Cleveland and was a prep basketball star at Cuyahoga Heights High School. His mother Kay nicknamed him Flip after hearing the name at a beauty salon. He played in college at Minnesota, teaming with Kevin McHale and Mychal Thompson as a senior to lead the Golden Gophers to a 24-3 record. Not long after graduating, Saunders decided to get into coaching and set about a long and winding path to the NBA. He started at Golden Valley Lutheran College just outside of Minneapolis and served as an assistant at Minnesota and Tulsa before spending seven seasons in the Continental Basketball Association. Saunders often credited his stint in the CBA with instilling in him the work ethic and breadth of organizational knowledge that would help him as a coach and executive in the NBA. He made stops in Rapid City, South Dakota; La Crosse, Wisconsin; and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and would often relay stories of his backwater adventures in the minor league and his afÂ“nity for the NBA coaches who followed similar paths. He landed in the NBA in 1995, when he wrote a letter to new owner Glen Taylor asking for a job. His college buddy, McHale, took over the basketball operations with the Timberwolves and Saunders became the teamÂs general manager. When Bill Blair was Â“red 20 games into the season, Saunders was suddenly the head coach of a struggling franchise that had never made the playoffs. But he teamed with a young Kevin Garnett to turn the Timberwolves into a perennial playoff team. Gregarious and outgoing, he endeared himself to a Twin Cities community that viewed him as a hometown boy done good, with his Gophers roots overshadowing his Cleveland upbringing. And Flip loved Minnesota right back. When he returned to the organization after 10 years away, he recounted a story about working for ESPN and being asked why he still lived in Minnesota so long after he was Â“red. ÂAnd IÂd say ÂWell, you donÂt really understand unless youÂre from Minnesota. You really donÂt get it. Even when it snows on May 3rd you really donÂt get it,ÂÂŽ Saunders said. ÂAnd the loyalty and the passion that the people have here is what always drives me back.ÂŽTimberwolves coach Flip Saunders diesBy JON KRAWCZYNSKIASSOCIATED PRESS NBA: MinnesotaAP FILE PHOTO In this photo from Sept. 29, 2010, former Washington Wizards coach Flip Saunders laughs during an NBA training camp at the Patriot Center at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Saunders, was trying to rebuild the Minnesota Timberwolves as team president, coach and part owner, died Sunday, the team said. He was 60. GOLF ROUNDUPKaufman wins in Las VegasLAS VEGAS Â„ Smylie Kaufman won the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on Sunday in his Â“fth PGA Tour start, shooting a 10-under 61 and waiting more than two hours to see if anyone could catch him. Kaufman played the Â“nal 11 holes in 9 under with an eagle and seven birdies. The 23-year-old former LSU player set up the eagle with a 3-wood drive to 15 feet on the par-4 15th and closed with a 20-foot birdie putt on the par-4 18th to post 16-under 268 at TPC Summerlin. Kevin Na, third-round leader Brett Stegmaier, Patton Kizzire, Cameron Tringale, Jason Bohn and Alex Cejka tied for second, a stroke back. Rose holds off Bjerregaard to win Hong Kong Open : Justin Rose won his first European Tour title in 15 months, warding off a stubborn challenge from Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark to win the Hong Kong Open by one shot. The Englishman, who started the final round even with Bjerregaard on 15 under and a four-shot lead over the field, carded an impressive two-under-par 68 for a 17-under 263. It was his eighth career title on the European Tour. European Tour rookie Matt Fitzpatrick of England shot a finalround 69 to finish in a four-way tie for third with Lee Soo-min of South Korea (64), American Patrick Reed (67) and Australian Jason Scrivener (68) Â„ all on 11 under and a massive seven shots behind Rose. Ko wins LPGA Taiwan : Lydia Ko ran away with the LPGA Taiwan Championship to regain the No. 1 spot in the world ranking. The 18-year-old New Zealander holed a 30-yard pitch for eagle on the par-5 12th and finished with a 7-under 65 in sunny, breezy conditions at Miramar for a nine-stroke victory. Ko took the top spot in the world from South KoreaÂs Inbee Park with her fifth LPGA Tour victory of the season and the 10th of her career. At 18 years, 6 months, 1 day, Ko is the youngest player to win 10 events on any major tour. Ko finished at 20-under 268 after opening with rounds of 69, 67 and 67 to take a four-stroke lead into the final day. South Koreans So Yeon Ryu and Eun-Hee Ji tied for second. Ryu shot a 68, and Ji had a 70. EnglandÂs Charley Hull was fourth at 10 under after a 70. Korda earns medalist honors at LPGA qualifying : Nelly Korda (Bradenton, Fla.) earned medalist honors at Stage II of LPGA Qualifying School as 85 players made the cut and will advance to Final Stage. Korda fired a final round 69 on the Bobcat Course to post 4-under for the week and finish a stoke clear of Grace Na (Alameda, Calif.). The win at Stage II will mark the end of the qualifying road for Korda as prior to the start of Stage I, the 17-year-old Korda petitioned the LPGA for a waiver to go to Q-School in a bid to play the Symetra Tour next year. She turns 18 in July of 2016. The LPGA has a rule requiring members be 18 years old. The 85 players who made the cut of 15-over, 303, will advance to the Final Stage of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament which will be held at LPGA International Golf Course Â… Jones & Hill Courses from Wednesday, December 2 through Sunday, December 6. Players that finish in the top-20 at Final Stage will receive category 12 status on the priority list for the LPGA Tour while players that finish 21 through 45 will receive category 17 status (conditional). Players who missed the cut this week and completed 72 holes will automatically receive Symetra Tour status for 2016. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSRose takes Hong Kong OpenAP PHOTOLydia Ko of New Zealand displays her trophy after winning the LPGA Taiwan Championship at the Miramar Golf Country Club on Sunday in Taipei county, Taiwan. GOLF SCOREBOARDPGA TourSHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN At TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas Purse: $6.4 million Yardage: 7,255; Par: 71 Final Smylie Kaufman (500), $1,152,000 67-72-68-61Â„268 Patton Kizzire (154), $355,733 65-69-72-63Â„269 Cameron Tringale (154), $355,733 68-65-70-66Â„269 Jason Bohn (154), $355,733 68-66-69-66Â„269 Alex Cejka (154), $355,733 67-70-66-66Â„269 Kevin Na (154), $355,733 68-66-68-67Â„269 Brett Stegmaier (154), $355,733 66-66-68-69Â„269 Chad Campbell (83), $192,000 65-67-70-68Â„270 William McGirt (83), $192,000 66-73-69-62Â„270 Russell Henley (75), $172,800 68-69-68-66Â„271 Morgan Homann (68), $153,600 66-66-69-71Â„272 Nick Watney (68), $153,600 67-66-72-67Â„272 Patrick Rodgers (58), $123,733 65-71-71-66Â„273 Brendon de Jonge (58), $123,733 67-66-73-67Â„273 Jamie Lovemark (58), $123,733 70-69-66-68Â„273 Tony Finau (51), $84,053 69-71-66-68Â„274 Fabian Gomez (51), $84,053 69-68-70-67Â„274 John Senden (51), $84,053 70-65-72-67Â„274 Michael Kim (51), $84,053 70-67-69-68Â„274 Ryan Palmer (51), $84,053 65-69-72-68Â„274 Scott Stallings (51), $84,053 68-71-67-68Â„274 Kevin Streelman (51), $84,053 68-67-71-68Â„274 Daniel Summerhays (51), $84,053 68-65-72-69Â„274 Camilo Villegas (51), $84,053 67-69-70-68Â„274 Ricky Barnes (42), $44,832 65-71-72-67Â„275 Rickie Fowler (42), $44,832 72-65-70-68Â„275 David Hearn (42), $44,832 64-70-72-69Â„275 Si Woo Kim (42), $44,832 69-66-71-69Â„275 Kevin Kisner (42), $44,832 68-71-67-69Â„275 Spencer Levin (42), $44,832 71-65-74-65Â„275 Ben Martin (42), $44,832 70-68-67-70Â„275 Scott Piercy (42), $44,832 72-67-68-68Â„275 Rory Sabbatini (42), $44,832 66-72-71-66Â„275 Nick Taylor (42), $44,832 66-70-67-72Â„275 Mark Hubbard (35), $32,960 64-70-72-70Â„276 D.H. Lee (35), $32,960 65-75-68-68Â„276 Steve Marino (35), $32,960 66-71-71-68Â„276 Russell Knox (32), $28,160 69-70-72-66Â„277 Jason Kokrak (32), $28,160 69-70-70-68Â„277 Ollie Schniederjans, $28,160 68-67-74-68Â„277 Chris Stroud (32), $28,160 66-71-72-68Â„277European TourUBS HONG KONG OPEN At Hong Kong Golf Club, Hong Kong Purse: $2 million Yardage: 6,699; Par: 70 Final Justin Rose, England 65-66-64-68Â„263 Lucas Bjerregaard, Denmark 66-66-63-69Â„264 Matthew Fitzpatrick, England 67-67-66-69Â„269 Lee Soomin, South Korea 70-69-66-64Â„269 Patrick Reed, United States 68-69-65-67Â„269 Jason Scrivener, Australia 68-68-65-68Â„269 Matt Ford, England 69-65-67-69Â„270 Anirban Lahiri, India 67-67-65-71Â„270 Lin Wen-tang, Taiwan 67-68-68-67Â„270 Y.E. Yang, South Korea 68-66-67-69Â„270 Ben Evans, England 69-71-66-65Â„271 Masahiro Kawamura, Japan 68-69-69-65Â„271 Gaganjeet Bhullar, India 69-66-67-70Â„272 Thongchai Jaidee, Thailand 71-67-64-70Â„272 C.T. Pan, Taiwan 65-73-67-67Â„272 Angelo Que, Philippines 72-67-67-66Â„272 Peter Uihlein, United States 70-70-66-66Â„272 Sam Brazel, Australia 69-67-68-69Â„273 Andrew Dodt, Australia 71-68-68-66Â„273 David Drysdale, Scotland 68-71-68-66Â„273 Rahil Gangjee, India 66-70-68-69Â„273 Richard McEvoy, England 67-68-73-65Â„273 Siddikur Rahman, Bangladesh 67-71-66-69Â„273LPGA TourFUBON LPGA TAIWAN CHAMPIONSHIP At Miramar Resort and Country Club, Taipei, Taiwan Purse: $2 million Yardage: 6,450; Par: 72 Final Lydia Ko, $300,000 69-67-67-65Â„268 So Yeon Ryu, $157,123 70-69-70-68Â„277 Eun-Hee Ji, $157,123 66-69-72-70Â„277 Charley Hull, $102,205 68-69-71-70Â„278 Suzann Pettersen, $82,264 74-66-71-68Â„279 Paula Creamer, $61,822 71-73-70-67Â„281 Xi Yu Lin, $61,822 67-70-74-70Â„281 Amy Yang, $49,359 69-73-72-69Â„283 Brittany Lang, $44,373 77-71-66-70Â„284 Lizette Salas, $36,345 69-71-77-68Â„285 Minjee Lee, $36,345 72-73-70-70Â„285 Anna Nordqvist, $36,345 70-70-71-74Â„285 Catriona Matthew, $36,345 72-70-68-75Â„285 Michelle Wie, $25,801 73-73-70-70Â„286 Hyo Joo Kim, $25,801 74-70-72-70Â„286 Mika Miyazato, $25,801 69-74-73-70Â„286 Jessica Korda, $25,801 73-73-69-71Â„286 Mirim Lee, $25,801 71-72-71-72Â„286 Shanshan Feng, $25,801 70-76-67-73Â„286 Karine Icher, $25,801 69-73-71-73Â„286 Jenny Shin, $25,801 69-72-72-73Â„286 Hee Young Park, $21,338 71-72-70-74Â„287 Azahara Munoz, $18,713 74-72-73-69Â„288 Sei Young Kim, $18,713 78-69-71-70Â„288 Christina Kim, $18,713 73-71-72-72Â„288 I.K. Kim, $18,713 74-69-73-72Â„288 Haru Nomura, $18,713 69-73-74-72Â„288 Lee-Anne Pace, $18,713 75-70-70-73Â„288 STAGE II LPGA QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT Plantation Golf Country Club, Venice, Fla Played on Panther and Bobcat courses Nelly Korda 75-70-70-69Â„284 Grace Na 71-71-72-71Â„285 Megan Khang 71-75-68-74Â„288 Pei-Yun Chien 74-74-71-70Â„289 Doris Chen 73-71-78-68Â„290 Madelene Sagstrom 75-72-73-70Â„290 Jennifer Brumbaugh 76-76-70-69Â„291 Clariss Guce 75-71-71-74Â„291 Gaby Lopez 77-71-73-71Â„292 Yu Liu 68-74-77-73Â„292 Ssu Chia Cheng 72-73-73-74Â„292 Hayley Davis 73-73-76-71Â„293 Wichanee Meechai 75-73-73-72Â„293 Ani Gulugian 70-75-74-74Â„293 Gemma Dryburgh 72-72-75-74Â„293 Julia Roth 76-72-74-72Â„294 Briana Mao 78-71-72-73Â„294 Ally McDonald 74-73-73-74Â„294 Emma Jandel 72-76-70-76Â„294 Pavarisa Yoktuan 69-79-76-71Â„295 Nicole Broch Larsen 74-77-70-74Â„295 Sally Watson 79-72-74-71Â„296 Lili Alvarez 78-77-69-72Â„296 Jean Chua 72-75-75-74Â„296 Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 74-74-73-75Â„296 Lions to play for district titleSTAFF REPORTSThe Englwood Junior Pee Wee Lions cruised to a 20-6 win over the Venice Knights to secure a spot in the district championship. Miles Weston started the scoring with a 23-yard touchdown just before the half. Weston then added a 67-yard run. Lance Schyck also scored a touchdown run. Carson Moore, Zack Morrill and Jason Hogan helpd the offense with blocking. Adam Tinnerello secured the win with a fumble recovery after making three sacks. Logan Spooner also made three sacks, said coach James Deppen. POP WARNER PREP SCHEDULEAll times p.m. unless noted MONDAY Girls soccer Port Charlotte at North Port, 7 TUESDAY Volleyball Region 7A-3 quarterfinal: Riverdale at Venice, 7 Girls soccer Sarasota Christian at North Port, 5 Bradenton Christian at Imagine School, 6. Venice at Lemon Bay, 7 Hardee at DeSoto County, 7:30 WEDNESDAY Volleyball Region 6A-3 quarterfinal: Osceola at Charlotte, 7 Girls soccer Port Charlotte at Charlotte, 7 THURSDAY Swimming District 3A-9 at South County Regional Park, Punta Gorda, 1 FRIDAY (partial) Swimming District 3A-7 at Temple Terrace, Tampa, 11 a.m. (VHS) Region 2A-3 diving at Long Center Pool, Tampa, 10 a.m. Cross Country Region 1A-2 at Holloway Park, Lakeland, 8:30 a.m Region 3A-3 at Holloway Park, Lakeland, 8:50 a.m. Region 4A-2 race at Holloway Park, Lakeland, 9:30 a.m.
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net SPPage 3 NFL STANDINGSAMERICAN CONFERENCE EastWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv New England6001.0002131263-0-03-0-05-0-01-0-02-0-0 N.Y. Jets420.6671521052-1-02-1-03-1-01-1-01-1-0 DOLPHINS330.5001471371-2-02-1-02-3-01-0-00-2-0 Bualo340.4291761731-3-02-1-03-3-00-1-01-1-0 SouthWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv Indianapolis340.4291471741-3-02-1-03-3-00-1-03-0-0 Houston250.2861541991-2-01-3-01-3-01-2-01-1-0 JAGUARS250.2861472072-2-00-3-02-3-00-2-00-2-0 Tennessee150.1671191390-4-01-1-00-4-01-1-00-1-0 NorthWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv Cincinnati6001.0001821223-0-03-0-05-0-01-0-01-0-0 Pittsburgh430.5711581312-1-02-2-01-3-03-0-00-1-0 Cleveland250.2861471821-2-01-3-02-4-00-1-01-0-0 Baltimore150.1671431620-2-01-3-01-4-00-1-01-2-0 WestWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDiv Denver6001.0001391022-0-04-0-04-0-02-0-02-0-0 Oakland330 .5001441531-2-02-1-03-2-00-1-01-1-0 San Diego250.2861651982-2-00-3-01-3-01-2-00-1-0 Kansas City250.2861501721-2-01-3-02-2-00-3-00-1-0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EastWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv N.Y. Giants430.5711661563-1-01-2-03-3-01-0-02-2-0 Philadelphia330.5001441102-1-01-2-02-3-01-0-01-2-0 Washington340.4291481683-1-00-3-03-2-00-2-01-1-0 Dallas240.3331211581-2-01-2-02-3-00-1-02-1-0 SouthWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv Carolina5001.000135942-0-03-0-03-0-02-0-02-0-0 Atlanta610.8571931503-0-03-1-04-1-02-0-00-1-0 New Orleans340.4291611852-1-01-3-02-4-01-0-01-2-0 BUCS240.3331401791-2-01-2-01-2-01-2-01-1-0 NorthWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv Green Bay6001.0001641014-0-02-0-04-0-02-0-01-0-0 Minnesota420.6671241023-0-01-2-02-1-02-1-02-0-0 Chicago240.3331201791-2-01-2-00-4-02-0-00-2-0 Detroit160.1431392001-3-0 0-3-01-4-00-2-01-2-0 WestWLTPctPFPAHomeAwayNFCAFCDiv Arizona420.6672031152-1-02-1-04-1-00-1-01-1-0 St. Louis330.5001081192-1-01-2-02-2-01-1-02-0-0 Seattle340.4291541282-1-01-3-03-3-00-1-01-1-0 San Francisco250.2861031802-2-00-3-01-4-01-1-00-2-0 ThursdayÂs result Seattle 20, San Francisco 3 SundayÂs results JAGUARS 34, Bualo 31 Atlanta 10, Tennessee 7 Kansas City 23, Pittsburgh 13 St. Louis 24, Cleveland 6 Washington 31, BUCS 30 Minnesota 28, Detroit 19 DOLPHINS 44, Houston 26 New Orleans 27, Indianapolis 21 New England 30, N.Y. Jets 23 Oakland 37, San Diego 29 N.Y. Giants 27, Dallas 20 Philadelphia at Carolina, late Open: Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Green Bay TodayÂs game Baltimore at Arizona, 8:30 p.m. ThursdayÂs game DOLPHINS at New England, 8:25 p.m. SundayÂs games Detroit vs. Kansas City at London, 9:30 a.m. San Francisco at St. Louis, 1 p.m. N.Y. Giants at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago, 1 p.m. Tennessee at Houston, 1 p.m. BUCS at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Arizona at Cleveland, 1 p.m. San Diego at Baltimore, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. N.Y. Jets at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Seattle at Dallas, 4:25 p.m. Green Bay at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Open: Bualo, JAGUARS, Philadelphia, Washington Monday, Nov. 2 Indianapolis at Carolina, 8:30 p.m. 2MINUTE DRILLPrime timeBALTIMORE AT ARIZONA Â€ 8:30 p.m. Â€ ESPN Joe Flacco and the Ravens (1-5) are playing on the road for the fifth time in their first seven games. Carson Palmer and the Cardinals (4-2) are looking to solidify first place in the NFC West.Honor rollDwayne Harris , Giants, returned a kickoff 100 yards Â„ tying a franchise mark Â„ for a go-ahead touchdown, helping New York top NFC East-rival Dallas 27-20. ... Stephen Gostkowski , Patriots, made all three of his field goal attempts in a 30-23 win over the New York Jets, giving him 24 in a row Â„ one short of Adam VinatieriÂs franchise record. ... Rob Gronkowski , Patriots, caught a career-high 11 passes for 108 yards and a TD to help New England top the New York Jets 30-23. ... Kirk Cousins , Redskins, threw for 317 yards and three TDs to lead Washington past Tampa Bay 31-30.MilestonesTom Coughlin joined Hall of Famer Steve Owen as the only Giants coaches with 100 wins with a 27-20 victory over Dallas. ... Matt Ryan , Atlanta became the fifth-fastest quarterback to 30,000 yards passing for his career. Only Dan Marino (114), Kurt Warner (114), Peyton Manning (115) and Aaron Rodgers (116) were faster. ... Ryan Tannehill , Miami. became the first quarterback to throw three touchdown passes of 50-plus yards in a first half since Randall Cunningham in 1998, according to STATS. ... Tom Brady , New England, became the fifth player in NFL history to reach 55,000 yards passing.Streaks & statsCleveland has gone 19 consecutive games without a 100-yard rusher. ... St. Louis has played 18 in a row without a 300-yard passing game. ... Kirk Cousins, Washington, has not thrown a single interception in any of the teamÂs wins; in the RedskinsÂ four losses, he has been picked off twice each time. ... DeAndre Hopkins , Houston, was held to six catches for 50 yards in a 44-26 loss at Miami, ending his franchise record-tying streak of four consecutive 100-yard games. ... Drew Brees , New Orleans, has thrown a touchdown pass in 96 of his last 97 games.Injury reportArian Foster, Houston, injured his right Achilles tendon late in the fourth quarter of a 44-26 loss at Miami. ... Josh McCown , Cleveland, hurt his right shoulder late in the Browns 24-6 loss to the Rams. ... Matthew Stafford , Detroit, had X-rays on his left hand after the LionsÂ 28-19 loss to Minnesota. ... Nick Mangold, N.Y. Jets, left in the fourth quarter of New YorkÂs 30-23 loss at New England after hurting his neck when he collided with a defensive lineman. ... Ryan Kerrigan , Washington, broke a hand, Perry Riley Jr . sustained a lower leg muscle strain and Bashaud Breeland strained a hamstring. ... Louis Murphy and Vincent Jackson , Tampa Bay, left with knee injuries.They said itÂIÂm pretty sure there are fans, or people all over the world that are Redskins fans, that probably were thinking, like, ÂHere we go again. Something badÂs going to happen.Â But everyone on the sideline had the confidence that we were going to score and win the game.ÂŽ Terrance ÂPot RoastÂŽ Knighton, Redskins defensive tackle after Washington rallied from 24 points down to beat Tampa Bay 31-30 for the biggest comeback in franchise history.. WEEK 7 STAT LEADERSPassingName, TeamCAYds.TDInt.Tom Brady, NE345435520 Philip Rivers, SD385833632 Andrew Luck, IND234433332 Kirk Cousins, WAS334031730 Bridgewater, MIN253531620RushingName, TeamAttYdsAvgTDFmLamar Miller, MIA1417512.51 0 D. McFadden, DAL291525.210 Mark Ingram, NO1414310.210 Doug Martin, TB191367.200 Todd Gurley, STL191286.720ReceivingName, TeamAttYdsAvgTDFmMike Evans, TB816420.510 T.Y. Hilton, IND415037.520 Amari Cooper, OAK513326.610 Washington, HOU912714.120 Antonio Brown, PIT612420.700KickingFGXP Name, TeamM-AM-APtsBlair Walsh, MIN5-51-216 S. Janikowski, OAK3-34-413 Connor Barth, TB3-33-312 S. Gostkowski, NE3-33-312 Dan Carpenter, BUF3-32-211 MIAMI GARDENS Â„ With the Miami Dolphins leading 35-0 midway through the Â“rst half, while the rest of the sideline celebrated, interim coach Dan Campbell stood alone staring at the scoreboard and managing to keep a straight face. For Campbell it was business as usual, with blowouts the norm so far. The DolphinsÂ astounding turnaround under their new coach gained momentum Sunday, when Ryan Tannehill completed his Â“rst 18 attempts and threw for four scores in Â“rst 16 minutes to help beat the Houston Texans 44-26. The drubbing was even more emphatic than MiamiÂs 38-10 win at Tennessee a week earlier in CampbellÂs debut as a head coach. Now heÂs the Â“fth interim coach of 26 since 2000 to win his Â“rst two games. Since the Â“ring of Joe Philbin on Oct. 5, the Dolphins (3-3) have gone from notorious underachievers to contending for their Â“rst playoff berth since 2008. The Dolphins had been 0-7 previously against Houston (2-5), the only team they had never beaten. Miami became the Â“rst team in at least 75 years to score four offensive touchdowns of at least 50 yards in a half, according to STATS. Tannehill extended his two-game streak to 25 consecutive completions, an NFL record, before he threw his only incompletion in the fourth quarter. Jarvis Landry scored on a jaw-dropping 50-yard catch and run through most of the TexansÂ defense. He also caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Tannehill. Lamar Miller scored on a 54-yard reception and an 85-yard run. Rishard Matthews scored the gameÂs Â“rst points when turned a short pass from Tannehill into a 53-yard score. That was all in the opening half, when the Dolphins built a 41-0 lead. They tied a franchise record of 21 points in the Â“rst quarter, done three other times, and 35 points at halftime set in 1967, their second season. The Dolphins began pulling their regulars at halftime. The Texans scored four touchdowns in the second half, but their dismal day became worse when running back Arian Foster hobbled off the Â“eld with an Achilles tendon injury late in the game. Miller rushed for 175 yards in 10 carries, all in the Â“rst half. Tannehill went 18 for 19 for 282 yards, with a perfect passer rating of 158.3. Miami did not have a 50-yard play from scrimmage previously this season. Tannehill became the Â“rst quarterback to throw three touchdown passes of 50-plus yards in a Â“rst half since Randall Cunningham in 1998, according to STATS. Reshad Jones scored for the defense on a 23-yard interception return, snatching a deÂ”ected pass and somersaulting into the end zone for the second week in a row. He became the Â“rst Dolphins player with a pick-six in consecutive games. Brent Grimes shadowed DeAndre Hopkins, who was held to six catches for 50 yards, ending his franchise record-tying streak of four consecutive 100-yard games. The Dolphins were nearly Â”awless in the Â“rst half, although they did miss the extra point kick after their sixth touchdown. DOLPHINS 44, TEXANS 26Houston001313Â„26 Miami212003Â„44 First Quarter MiaÂ„ Matthews 53 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 10:57. MiaÂ„ Landry 50 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 6:45. MiaÂ„ Landry 10 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 3:03. Second Quarter MiaÂ„ Miller 54 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 14:10. MiaÂ„ Jones 23 interception return (Franks kick), 13:56. MiaÂ„ Miller 85 run (kick failed), 2:47. Third Quarter HouÂ„ Foster 7 pass from Hoyer (kick failed), 8:13. HouÂ„ Foster 2 run (Novak kick), 1:45. Fourth Quarter HouÂ„ Washington 27 pass from Hoyer (Novak kick), 11:27. MiaÂ„ FG Franks 53, 7:41. HouÂ„ Washington 5 pass from Hoyer (pass failed), 4:00. AÂ„ 65,251. HouMia First downs2421 Total Net Yards322503 Rushes-yards25-7135-248 Passing251255 Punt Returns2-216-19 Kicko Returns3-882-64 Interceptions Ret.0-01-23 Comp-Att-Int23-49-119-20-0 Sacked-Yards Lost4-224-41 Punts8-48.05-49.2 Fumbles-Lost3-01-1 Penalties-Yards3-258-52 Time of Possession27:5532:05 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Houston, Foster 18-59, Blue 3-8, Polk 4-4. Miami, Miller 14-175, Gray 1248, D.Williams 4-19, Landry 1-5, Tannehill 1-3, Moore 3-(minus 2). PASSINGÂ„ Houston, Hoyer 23-49-1-273. Miami, Moore 1-1-0-14, Tannehill 18-19-0282. RECEIVINGÂ„ Houston, Washington 9-127, Hopkins 6-50, Foster 5-66, Polk 2-14, Mumphery 1-16. Miami, Landry 5-83, Matthews 3-75, Miller 3-61, Jennings 2-37, Cameron 2-23, D.Williams 2-10, Gray 1-10, Sims 1-(minus 3). MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None. NFL: Miami 44, Houston 26AP PHOTOMiami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry scores a touchdown as he is tackled by Houston Texans inside linebacker Brian Cushin g during the rst half of a game, Sunday in Miami Gardens.Dolphins drub TexansFour big plays put Miami ahead early in blowout By STEVEN WINEASSOCIATED PRESS DOLPHINS AT PATRIOTSWHO: Miami (3-3) at New England (6-0) WHEN: Thursday, 8:25 p.m. WHERE: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. TV: CBS RADIO: 1070 AM TICKETS: Ticketmaster.com to: watch Cousins Â“let their defense; be Â”agged 16 times for 142 yards of penalties; botch an onsides kick that started another TD drive; fail to capitalize a 90-yard drive after failing to score on third-and-goal inside the 1-yard line, decide to kick a Â“eld goal and settle for a six-point lead rather than gamble on fourth down and then allow an 80-yard TD drive in two minutes, capped by the easiest pitch and catch you can allow in football. All this despite the fact that rookie quarterback Jameis Winston played nearly Â”awless football, completing 21 of 29 passes for 297 yards and two touchdowns while not turning the ball over. The offense rolled up 479 yards, the Â“fth-most in a game, with Doug Martin rushing for 136 yards and receiver Mike Evans catching eight passes for 164 yards, including a 40-yard TD to start the game. ÂThe offense won the game today. They played well enough to win the game,ÂŽ defensive tackle Gerald McCoy said. ÂThis one is on us. You see it more on the guys on defenseÂs faces Âƒ the offense gave us 30. We gave up 31.ÂŽ At his postmortem press conference, coach Lovie Smith seemed to struggle to wrap his mind around the collapse. But a few plays stood out. The Bucs lead the Redskins 24-7 at halftime in what was one of the most complete performances under Smith. Winston threw scoring strikes to Evans and rookie Donteea Dye. Martin and Charles Sims combined to rush for 108 yards in the Â“rst half. Jacquies Smith sacked Cousins and stripped him of the football and rookie Howard Jones scooped it and returned the fumble 43 yards for a score. ÂWe laid an egg in the Â“rst quarter,ÂŽ said Redskins coach Jay Gruden, who had called the game Âcritical,Â earlier in the weekend and ordered a ÂCode Red.Â REDSKINS 31, BUCCANEERS 30Tampa Bay101406Â„30 Washington071410Â„31 First Quarter TBÂ„ Evans 40 pass from Winston (Barth kick), 11:47. TBÂ„ FG Barth 22, 5:06. Second Quarter TBÂ„ Dye 7 pass from Winston (Barth kick), 11:34. TBÂ„ Jones 43 fumble return (Barth kick), 8:19. WasÂ„ Cousins 8 run (Hopkins kick), 4:26. Third Quarter WasÂ„ Grant 3 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick), 11:10. WasÂ„ Reed 3 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick), 6:56. Fourth Quarter TBÂ„ FG Barth 45, 13:51. WasÂ„ FG Hopkins 35, 7:29. TBÂ„ FG Barth 21, 2:24. WasÂ„ Reed 6 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick), :24. AÂ„72,912. TBWas First downs2127 Total Net Yards479355 Rushes-yards30-19019-50 Passing289305 Punt Returns3-181-4 Kicko Returns1-152-48 Interceptions Ret.0-00-0 Comp-Att-Int21-29-033-40-0 Sacked-Yards Lost1-81-12 Punts2-44.54-47.3 Fumbles-Lost2-11-1 Penalties-Yards16-1424-20 Time of Possession31:1828:42 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Tampa Bay, Martin 19-136, Sims 10-49, Winston 1-5. Washington, Jones 9-29, Cousins 3-15, Morris 6-5, Young 1-1. PASSINGÂ„ Tampa Bay, Winston 21-29-0297. Washington, Cousins 33-40-0-317. RECEIVINGÂ„ Tampa Bay, Evans 8-164, Martin 3-35, Stocker 3-22, Sims 2-17, Murphy 1-29, Jackson 1-13, Dye 1-7, Brate 1-6, Rainey 1-4. Washington, Reed 11-72, Garcon 5-55, Crowder 5-48, Grant 3-54, Roberts 3-49, Jones 3-22, Carrier 2-15, Morris 1-2. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.BUCSFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOTampa BayÂs Howard Jones scoops up a fumble by Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins and returns it for a touchdown during the rst half Sunday in Landover, Md.
Page 4 SP www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 NFL WEEK 7 SAINTS 27, COLTS 21INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Â„ Drew Brees threw for 255 yards and one touchdown, Khiry Robinson ran for two scores and the New Orleans Saints held off the Indianapolis ColtsÂ late comeback try. New Orleans (3-4) has won three of its last four. Indy (3-4) still leads the AFC South despite losing its second straight. Brees Â“nished 28 of 44 and was helped by a running game led by Mark Ingram, who ran for 143 yards and one score. But Andrew Luck threw TD passes of 87 and 46 yards to T.Y. Hilton and an 8-yard TD pass to Donte Moncrief. Luck threw for 333 yards with two interceptions.SAINTS 27, COLTS 21New Orleans 7 13 7 0 Â„ 27 Indianapolis 0 0 14 7 Â„ 21 First Quarter NOÂ„ Robinson 1 run (Forbath kick), 2:31. Second Quarter NOÂ„ Robinson 6 run (Forbath kick), 14:56. NOÂ„ Hoomanawanui 16 pass from Brees (kick failed), 13:36. Third Quarter NOÂ„ Ingram 1 run (Forbath kick), 10:26. IndÂ„ Hilton 87 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 3:42. IndÂ„ Hilton 46 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), :01. Fourth Quarter IndÂ„ Moncrief 8 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 3:05. AÂ„ 66,420. NO Ind First downs 22 15 Total Net Yards 449 376 Rushes-yards 36-183 13-75 Passing 266 301 Punt Returns 8-44 5-38 Kicko Returns 0-0 4-91 Interceptions Ret. 2-25 1-0 Comp-Att-Int 29-45-1 23-44-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14 4-32 Punts 10-48.7 10-51.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-1 Penalties-Yards 12-100 7-42 Time of Possession 38:23 21:37 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ New Orleans, Ingram 14-143, Robinson 14-28, Spiller 4-16, Brees 4-(minus 4). Indianapolis, Gore 9-43, Luck 3-27, Bradshaw 1-5. PASSINGÂ„ New Orleans, McCown 1-1-025, Brees 28-44-1-255. Indianapolis, Luck 23-44-2-333. RECEIVINGÂ„ New Orleans, Cooks 6-81, Spiller 6-32, Hoomanawanui 5-31, Watson 4-59, Snead 3-25, Ingram 2-5, Coleman 1-24, Colston 1-20, Robinson 1-3. Indianapolis, Gore 5-32, Hilton 4-150, Johnson 4-44, Moncrief 4-34, Fleener 3-47, Allen 1-10, Bradshaw 1-8, Dorsett 1-8. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None. PATRIOTS 30, JETS 23FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) Â„ Tom Brady overcame New EnglandÂs shaky Â“rst three quarters by throwing for a pair of touchdowns in the fourth, and the Patriots beat the New York Jets to remain unbeaten. Brady completed 13 of 16 passes for 135 yards in the Â“nal quarter to overcome a 20-16 lead. He was 34 of 54 for 355 yards overall. The Jets kicked a Â“eld goal on Â“rst down and recovered the onside kick with 15 seconds left. But a false-start penalty on Brandon Marshall ended the game.PATRIOTS 30, JETS 23N.Y. Jets 3 7 7 6 Â„ 23 New England 3 10 3 14 Â„ 30 First Quarter NEÂ„ FG Gostkowski 38, 12:48. NYJÂ„ FG Folk 20, 7:29. Second Quarter NYJÂ„ Kerley 5 pass from Fitzpatrick (Folk kick), 12:30. NEÂ„ Brady 1 run (Gostkowski kick), 6:24. NEÂ„ FG Gostkowski 46, 2:00. Third Quarter NEÂ„ FG Gostkowski 24, 11:10. NYJÂ„ Ivory 9 pass from Fitzpatrick (Folk kick), 4:07. Fourth Quarter NYJÂ„ FG Folk 30, 12:50. NEÂ„ Amendola 8 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 7:16. NEÂ„ Gronkowski 15 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 1:13. NYJÂ„ FG Folk 55, :18. AÂ„ 66,829. NYJ NE First downs 25 20 Total Net Yards 372 353 Rushes-yards 29-89 9-16 Passing 283 337 Punt Returns 1-6 3-38 Kicko Returns 2-58 3-83 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 22-39-0 34-54-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-12 3-18 Punts 4-40.3 3-44.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-29 4-38 Time of Possession 33:03 26:57 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ N.Y. Jets, Ivory 17-41, Fitzpatrick 5-29, Stacy 7-19. New England, Brady 4-15, White 2-4, Blount 3-(minus 3). PASSINGÂ„ N.Y. Jets, Fitzpatrick 22-39-0295. New England, Brady 34-54-0-355. RECEIVINGÂ„ N.Y. Jets, Decker 6-94, Marshall 4-67, Kerley 3-27, Bohanon 2-36, Owusu 2-25, Ivory 2-12, Cumberland 1-16, Stacy 1-11, D.Smith 1-7. New England, Gronkowski 11-108, Amendola 8-86, Edelman 5-54, White 3-26, Chandler 2-34, LaFell 2-25, Dobson 2-18, Williams 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None. VIKINGS 28, LIONS 19DETROIT (AP) Â„ Teddy Bridgewater threw for a season-high 316 yards and two touchdowns, and the Minnesota Vikings beat the Detroit Lions. Adrian Peterson rushed for 98 yards as the Vikings (4-2) won an NFC North game on the road for the Â“rst time in three years. Minnesota had a season-high seven sacks, which also was a season worst for Detroit (1-6). Vikings rookie Stefon Diggs had six receptions for 108 yards, including a go-ahead, 36-yard score on which he leaped from just inside the 5 and landed in the end zone in the third quarter.VIKINGS 28, LIONS 19Minnesota 3 12 10 3 Â„ 28 Detroit 14 3 0 2 Â„ 19 First Quarter DetÂ„ Johnson 1 pass from Staord (Prater kick), 11:10. MinÂ„ FG Walsh 37, 3:47. DetÂ„ Ebron 7 pass from Staord (Prater kick), 1:24. Second Quarter MinÂ„ FG Walsh 53, 11:11. DetÂ„ FG Prater 52, 5:03. MinÂ„ Rudolph 1 pass from Bridgewater (kick failed), 1:49. MinÂ„ FG Walsh 51, :00. Third Quarter MinÂ„ Diggs 36 pass from Bridgewater (Walsh kick), 10:19. MinÂ„ FG Walsh 35, 6:07. Fourth Quarter MinÂ„ FG Walsh 22, 14:10. DetÂ„ Team safety, :59. AÂ„ 60,231. Min Det First downs 25 14 Total Net Yards 425 274 Rushes-yards 35-140 17-77 Passing 285 197 Punt Returns 4-23 1-9 Kicko Returns 4-107 4-85 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 25-35-0 18-26-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-31 7-59 Punts 2-45.0 6-49.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 3-31 5-30 Time of Possession 36:27 23:33 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Minnesota, Peterson 19-98, McKinnon 9-36, Diggs 1-9, Line 2-2, Bridgewater 3-1, Locke 1-(minus 6). Detroit, Abdullah 8-43, Bell 3-21, Riddick 3-8, Staord 1-5, Burton 1-0, Winn 1-0. PASSINGÂ„ Minnesota, Bridgewater 25-350-316. Detroit, Staord 18-26-0-256. RECEIVINGÂ„ Minnesota, Diggs 6-108, Wallace 4-36, Wright 3-31, Peterson 3-12, Rudolph 2-10, Asiata 2-5, Line 1-49, Thielen 1-30, C.Johnson 1-21, Pruitt 1-13, McKinnon 1-1. Detroit, Ebron 5-89, Johnson 5-86, Riddick 3-40, Bell 2-14, Tate 2-14, T.Wright 1-13. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None. FALCONS 10, TITANS 7NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Â„ Matt Ryan threw for 251 yards and a touchdown pass, and Devonta Freeman ran for 116 yards as the Atlanta Falcons held off Tennessee. The Falcons (6-1) bounced back from their Â“rst loss this season by grinding out a road win and overcoming two interceptions. Freeman notched his third consecutive game with at least 100 yards. The banged-up Titans (1-5) lost their Â“fth straight overall and ninth consecutive on their home Â“eld dating back to last season. Their defense kept them close, giving Tennessee plenty of chances needing only a Â“eld goal to force overtime. But Zach Mettenberger was intercepted by Falcons safety Robenson Therezie with 1:31 left to seal AtlantaÂs victory.FALCONS 10, TITANS 7Atlanta 0 3 7 0 Â„ 10 Tennessee 0 7 0 0 Â„ 7 Second Quarter TenÂ„ Wright 19 pass from Mettenberger (Succop kick), 8:42. AtlÂ„ FG Bryant 27, 2:31. Third Quarter AtlÂ„ Jones 8 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), 5:56. AÂ„ 63,329. Atl Ten First downs 21 15 Total Net Yards 378 256 Rushes-yards 31-127 16-77 Passing 251 179 Punt Returns 1-12 0-0 Kicko Returns 1-28 1-27 Interceptions Ret. 2-21 2-8 Comp-Att-Int 22-38-2 22-35-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 1-8 Punts 4-43.5 7-43.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-53 5-45 Time of Possession 34:45 25:15 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Atlanta, Freeman 25-116, Coleman 3-14, DiMarco 1-0, Ryan 2-(minus 3). Tennessee, Andrews 10-57, McCluster 5-20, Mettenberger 1-0. PASSINGÂ„ Atlanta, Ryan 22-38-2-251. Tennessee, Mettenberger 22-35-2-187. RECEIVINGÂ„ Atlanta, Jones 9-92, White 3-48, Williams 3-43, Tamme 3-36, Freeman 2-14, Moeaki 1-11, Ward 1-7. Tennessee, Walker 7-55, McCluster 6-48, Wright 4-46, Fasano 3-21, Hunter 2-17. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ Atlanta, Bryant 47 (WR). GIANTS 27, COWBOYS 20EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) Â„ Dwayne Harris sped 100 yards with a kickoff return seconds after the Cowboys had tied the game, and the New York Giants moved atop the NFC East with a victory. Harris tied a Giants record set in 1994 by running untouched to the end zone. New York (4-3) snapped a Â“ve-game slide against Dallas (2-4) thanks to big plays by its defense and special teams. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had two interceptions, returning one 58 yards for a touchdown. The Cowboys got a big game from Darren McFadden who rushed for 152 yards and a TD.GIANTS 27, COWBOYS 20Dallas 3 10 0 7 Â„ 20 N.Y. Giants 0 10 10 7 Â„ 27 First Quarter DalÂ„ FG Bailey 30, 5:25. Second Quarter NYGÂ„ Darkwa 15 run (Brown kick), 11:02. DalÂ„ FG Bailey 48, 7:29. DalÂ„ McFadden 1 run (Bailey kick), 2:17. NYGÂ„ FG Brown 47, 1:04. Third Quarter NYGÂ„ Rodgers-Cromartie 58 interception return (Brown kick), 11:19. NYGÂ„ FG Brown 34, 3:18. Fourth Quarter DalÂ„ Street 25 pass from Cassel (Bailey kick), 7:14. NYGÂ„ D.Harris 100 kicko return (Brown kick), 7:01. AÂ„ 80,319. Dal NYG First downs 27 13 Total Net Yards 460 289 Rushes-yards 41-233 25-132 Passing 227 157 Punt Returns 2-7 0-0 Kicko Returns 3-66 3-149 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 3-70 Comp-Att-Int 17-27-3 13-24-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-0 2-13 Punts 2-33.0 5-47.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-46 3-13 Time of Possession 38:04 21:56 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Dallas, McFadden 29-152, Whitehead 4-35, Randle 2-24, Michael 5-18, Cassel 1-4. N.Y. Giants, Vereen 4-56, Darkwa 8-48, Jennings 5-19, Williams 4-13, Manning 4-(minus 4). PASSINGÂ„ Dallas, Cassel 17-27-3-227. N.Y. Giants, Manning 13-24-0-170. RECEIVINGÂ„ Dallas, Witten 6-73, Williams 4-70, Butler 2-41, McFadden 2-10, Street 1-25, Hanna 1-6, Michael 1-2. N.Y. Giants, Beckham Jr. 4-35, Donnell 4-18, Randle 2-68, D.Harris 2-43, Vereen 1-6. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None. RAIDERS 37, CHARGERS 29SAN DIEGO (AP) Â„ Derek Carr threw three touchdown passes, including a 52-yarder to Amari Cooper, and the Oakland Raiders turned two interceptions into 10 points on their way to a victory over the Chargers (2-5). Coming off a bye, the Raiders (3-3) looked quicker and more efÂ“cient. Cooper, the Â“rstround draft pick out of Alabama, caught a short pass from Carr on an inside screen and raced through the defense to give Oakland a 30-3 lead just before halftime.RAIDERS 37, CHARGERS 29Oakland 10 20 7 0 Â„ 37 San Diego 3 3 0 23 Â„ 29 First Quarter OakÂ„ Murray 1 run (Janikowski kick), 12:46. OakÂ„ FG Janikowski 29, 5:21. SDÂ„ FG Lambo 40, 1:18. Second Quarter OakÂ„ Walford 23 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 13:06. OakÂ„ FG Janikowski 32, 9:28. OakÂ„ FG Janikowski 31, 4:41. OakÂ„ Cooper 52 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 1:01. SDÂ„ FG Lambo 44, :00. Third Quarter OakÂ„ Crabtree 25 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 10:41. Fourth Quarter SDÂ„ Green 31 pass from Rivers (Lambo kick), 12:58. SDÂ„ Woodhead 8 pass from Rivers (Green pass from Rivers), 6:00. SDÂ„ Woodhead 6 pass from Rivers (Green pass from Rivers), :06. AÂ„ 67,542. Oak SD First downs 19 28 Total Net Yards 412 417 Rushes-yards 26-130 21-90 Passing 282 327 Punt Returns 5-50 0-0 Kicko Returns 1-32 4-84 Interceptions Ret. 2-28 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 24-31-0 38-58-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7 1-9 Punts 4-38.0 5-42.2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 14-136 9-86 Time of Possession 30:49 29:11 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Oakland, Murray 15-85, Jones 3-35, Olawale 2-4, Helu Jr. 4-3, Carr 2-3. San Diego, Oliver 9-35, Gordon 7-29, Woodhead 5-26. PASSINGÂ„ Oakland, Carr 24-31-0-289. San Diego, Rivers 38-58-2-336. RECEIVINGÂ„ Oakland, Crabtree 6-63, Cooper 5-133, Reece 3-15, Walford 2-42, Jones 2-17, Rivera 2-11, L.Smith 2-1, Roberts 1-6, Murray 1-1. San Diego, Woodhead 11-75, K.Allen 9-89, Oliver 6-39, S.Johnson 4-50, Green 4-45, Inman 2-26, Floyd 1-7, J.Phillips 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None. RAMS 24, BROWNS 6ST. LOUIS (AP) Â„ Rookie Todd Gurley rushed for 128 yards and his Â“rst two touchdowns, helping the St. Louis Rams put away the Cleveland Browns. St. Louis (3-3) had four sacks and recovered four fumbles. The Rams scored 10 points off miscues on ClevelandÂs Â“rst two series. Johnny Manziel got mop-up duty for the Browns (2-5) after McCown left for the locker room favoring his right arm with about four minutes left. Gurley scored on runs of 1 and 16 yards. He has topped 100 yards rushing in each of the last three games.RAMS 24, BROWNS 6Cleveland 0 3 3 0 Â„ 6 St. Louis 10 0 7 7 Â„ 24 First Quarter StLÂ„ McLeod 20 fumble return (Zuerlein kick), 11:59. StLÂ„ FG Zuerlein 39, 7:33. Second Quarter CleÂ„ FG Coons 25, 14:05. Third Quarter CleÂ„ FG Coons 44, 11:45. StLÂ„ Gurley 1 run (Zuerlein kick), 2:14. Fourth Quarter StLÂ„ Gurley 16 run (Zuerlein kick), 8:11. AÂ„ 51,523. Cle StL First downs 19 16 Total Net Yards 364 308 Rushes-yards 24-82 26-158 Passing 282 150 Punt Returns 2-4 2-15 Kicko Returns 1-21 2-55 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 30-37-0 15-23-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-15 2-13 Punts 5-45.4 5-48.8 Fumbles-Lost 4-4 1-1 Penalties-Yards 11-98 9-75 Time of Possession 35:33 24:27 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Cleveland, Turbin 5-30, McCown 4-21, Johnson Jr. 6-17, Crowell 8-9, Manziel 1-5. St. Louis, Gurley 19-128, Austin 1-21, B.Cunningham 4-11, Foles 2-(minus 2). PASSINGÂ„ Cleveland, Manziel 4-5-0-27, McCown 26-32-0-270. St. Louis, Foles 1523-0-163. RECEIVINGÂ„ Cleveland, Johnson Jr. 7-73, Barnidge 6-101, Benjamin 4-47, Gabriel 4-15, Hartline 3-22, Hawkins 2-21, Dray 2-10, Turbin 2-8. St. Louis, Austin 4-43, Gurley 4-35, Cook 2-19, B.Cunningham 2-13, Britt 1-41, Bailey 1-8, Harkey 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ St. Louis, Zuerlein 63 (WR), 35 (WR). CHIEFS 23, STEELERS 13KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Â„ Alex Smith threw for 251 yards and a touchdown, Cairo Santos kicked three Â“eld goals and the Kansas City Chiefs beat the injury-Â“lled Pittsburgh Steelers to snap a Â“ve-game losing streak. Charcandrick West added 110 yards rushing and his Â“rst career touchdown for the Chiefs (2-5). Meanwhile, the Chiefs shut down PittsburghÂs Landry Jones. Jones threw for 209 yards and a touchdown, but he was also picked off twice and lost a fumble. LeVeon Bell ran for 121 yards for the Steelers (4-3). Antonio Brown had six catches for 124 yards, and Martavis Bryant caught his 11th TD pass in 12 games.CHIEFS 23, STEELERS 13Pittsburgh 3 0 7 3 Â„ 13 Kansas City 3 6 7 7 Â„ 23 First Quarter KCÂ„ FG Santos 30, 8:47. PitÂ„ FG Boswell 24, :59. Second Quarter KCÂ„ FG Santos 22, 8:55. KCÂ„ FG Santos 27, 1:00. Third Quarter KCÂ„ West 1 run (Santos kick), 4:23. PitÂ„ Bryant 19 pass from L.Jones (Boswell kick), 1:40. Fourth Quarter PitÂ„ FG Boswell 36, 10:17. KCÂ„ Conley 6 pass from A.Smith (Santos kick), 5:13. AÂ„ 76,365. Pit KC First downs 18 18 Total Net Yards 339 377 Rushes-yards 24-147 29-138 Passing 192 239 Punt Returns 1-2 1-25 Kicko Returns 4-116 3-76 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-33 Comp-Att-Int 16-29-2 21-32-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-17 2-12 Punts 2-45.5 3-54.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 1-5 6-66 Time of Possession 27:34 32:26 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Pittsburgh, Bell 17-121, Bryant 1-13, D.Williams 4-9, Brown 1-6, L.Jones 1-(minus 2). Kansas City, West 22-110, Thomas 1-13, Ware 2-8, A.Smith 3-5, Davis 1-2. PASSINGÂ„ Pittsburgh, L.Jones 16-29-2209. Kansas City, A.Smith 21-32-0-251. RECEIVINGÂ„ Pittsburgh, Brown 6-124, Bell 4-16, Bryant 3-45, Wheaton 2-16, D.Williams 1-8. Kansas City, Conley 6-63, Kelce 5-73, A.Wilson 3-71, West 2-19, Thomas 2-12, Avant 2-11, OÂShaughnessy 1-2. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ Kansas City, Santos 54 (WR). LONDON Â„ JacksonvilleÂs defense came up big in the Â“rst half, and quarterback Blake Bortles came through late to rally the Jaguars to the victory. Seven seconds of defensive excellence gave the Jaguars a big lead they eventually squandered away, but Bortles came through when needed in a 34-31 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at Wembley Stadium. Bortles threw a 31-yard game-winning touchdown pass to Allen Hurns with 2:16 remaining, after Buffalo safety Corey Graham intercepted a pass and returned it 44 yards to put the Bills ahead in a seesaw game that was streamed live on YahooÂs website. ÂTo be able to stay calm and to have a big lead and give it up and be able to come back and score to win the game is huge,ÂŽ Bortles said. ÂI think it speaks to the personality of this team, and itÂs cool to be a part of.ÂŽ BortlesÂ throw, his second TD pass of the game, came with open space for him to run for a Â“rst down. But instead of going on his own, he saw Hurns heading toward the end zone and let it Â”y. ÂWhat weÂre seeing in Blake is that he does keep his eyes downÂ“eld,ÂŽ Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said. ÂHis eyes are always downÂ“eld looking for opportunities.ÂŽ The Jaguars (2-5) won their Â“rst game in London after losing in each of the past two seasons at Wembley, the home of EnglandÂs national soccer team. The Bills (3-4) were playing in the British capital for the Â“rst time. EJ Manuel started at quarterback for the Bills for the second straight game because of the absence of the injured Tyrod Taylor, one of the many injuries Buffalo is struggling to overcome. ManuelÂs early lapses allowed Jacksonville to take a 27-3 lead, but the backup QB turned things around for a while and led the rally until the Jaguars took over for good in the Â“nal minutes. ÂIt was bad football,ÂŽ said Manuel, who is 6-10 as an NFL starter with four straight losses. ÂNot playing sound and trying to force balls in that I canÂt do. Turnovers for scores was very tough.ÂŽ Bortles was 13 of 29 for 182 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. The defense was even better, though, scoring two touchdowns in a 7-second span and setting up another for T.J. Yeldon, who Â“nished with 116 yards. Trailing 3-0, Bortles hit Allen Robinson on a 10-yard touchdown pass. Then the defense stepped up. On third-and-9, Aaron Colvin forced a fumble from Manuel. Sergio Brown nearly smothered the ball, but Chris Clemons grabbed the loose ball and ran 6 yards into the end zone. After the kickoff and a touchback, Manuel was again in the pocket but his pass was picked off by Telvin Smith, who ran it in from the 26. And the defense wasnÂt done yet. On the fourth play of the next drive, Manuel was again picked off, this time by Paul Posluszny. The JaguarsÂ offense didnÂt disappoint this time, with Yeldon running it in from the 28 to give Jacksonville a 27-3 lead after Jason Myers missed the extra point. ÂAnything that could go wrong did go wrong,ÂŽ Bills coach Rex Ryan said, Âand we are still able to overcome it to take a lead, and then we blew it.ÂŽ The BillsÂ comeback started when Manuel completed a 16-yard touchdown pass to Robert Woods. That score and another Â“eld goal from Dan Carpenter made it 27-13 at the half. In the fourth quarter, Carpenter kicked a third Â“eld goal before Manuel hit Marcus Easley on a 58-yard touchdown pass Â„ only minutes before Graham gave the Bills a 31-27 lead with 5:21 left.JAGUARS 34, BILLS 31Bualo 3 10 0 18 Â„ 31 Jacksonville 0 27 0 7 Â„ 34 First Quarter BufÂ„ FG Carpenter 31, 7:26. Second Quarter JaxÂ„ A.Robinson 10 pass from Bortles (Myers kick), 14:05. JaxÂ„ Clemons 6 fumble return (Myers kick), 12:21. JaxÂ„ T.Smith 26 interception return (Myers kick), 12:14. JaxÂ„ Yeldon 28 run (kick failed), 8:25. BufÂ„ Woods 16 pass from Manuel (Carpenter kick), 2:46. BufÂ„ FG Carpenter 38, :08. Fourth Quarter BufÂ„ FG Carpenter 26, 14:50. BufÂ„ Easley 58 pass from Manuel (McCoy run), 6:33. BufÂ„ Graham 44 interception return (Carpenter kick), 5:21. JaxÂ„ Hurns 31 pass from Bortles (Myers kick), 2:16. AÂ„ 84,021. Buf Jax First downs 26 17 Total Net Yards 375 295 Rushes-yards 28-115 32-120 Passing 260 175 Punt Returns 2-37 0-0 Kicko Returns 4-87 2-20 Interceptions Ret. 1-44 2-29 Comp-Att-Int 24-42-2 13-29-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-38 2-7 Punts 3-49.3 6-44.8 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 10-87 10-66 Time of Possession 31:22 28:38 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Bualo, McCoy 18-68, Manuel 8-38, Herron 2-9. Jacksonville, Yeldon 20115, Gerhart 6-8, Alualu 1-0, Bortles 5-(minus 3). PASSINGÂ„ Bualo, Manuel 24-42-2-298. Jacksonville, Bortles 13-29-1-182. RECEIVINGÂ„ Bualo, Woods 9-84, Hogan 6-56, Clay 3-26, McCoy 2-36, Gragg 2-35, Easley 1-58, Herron 1-3. Jacksonville, A.Robinson 6-98, Hurns 2-53, Lewis 2-13, Yeldon 1-9, Walters 1-5, Thomas 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.Jaguars hold on to beat Bills NFL: Jacksonville 34, Bualo 31By CHRIS LEHOURITESASSOCIATED PRESS JAGUARS AT JETSWHO: Jacksonville (2-5) at N.Y. Jets (4-2) WHEN: Nov. 8, 1 p.m. WHERE: Metlife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. TV: CBS RADIO: No local affiliate TICKETS: Ticketmaster.com AP PHOTOJacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson (15) reaches out to score a touchdown during the game between Bualo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium on Sunday in London.
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net SPPage 5 AUTO RACING SCOREBOARDNASCAR Sprint Cup SeriesCAMPINGWORLD.COM 500 At Talladega Superspeedway Talladega, Ala. Lap length: 2.66 miles (Start position in parentheses) 1. (10) Joey Logano, Ford, 196 laps, 47 points, $283,973. 2. (5) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 196, 44, $197,100. 3. (1) Je Gordon, Chevrolet, 196, 42, $193,886. 4. (11) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 196, 40, $170,716. 5. (15) Carl Edwards, Toyota, 196, 39, $128,100. 6. (13) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 196, 39, $123,665. 7. (43) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 196, 37, $127,860. 8. (29) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 196, 37, $132,498. 9. (17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 196, 36, $109,515. 10. (14) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 196, 35, $108,790. 11. (16) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 196, 34, $134,431. 12. (18) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 196, 33, $124,230. 13. (33) Michael Waltrip, Toyota, 196, 32, $90,830. 14. (26) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 196, 30, $131,491. 15. (7) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 196, 30, $138,305. 16. (25) Aric Almirola, Ford, 196, 28, $129,886. 17. (21) Sam Hornish Jr., Ford, 196, 27, $113,945. 18. (3) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 196, 27, $132,036. 19. (2) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 196, 26, $102,025. 20. (19) Greg Bie, Ford, 196, 25, $118,233. 21. (6) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 196, 23, $127,350. 22. (34) Cole Whitt, Ford, 196, 22, $104,183. 23. (35) Bobby Labonte, Ford, 196, 21, $98,408. 24. (23) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 196, 20, $113,283. 25. (12) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 196, 19, $112,189. 26. (4) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 196, 19, $121,911. 27. (20) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 196, 17, $92,400. 28. (27) Michael McDowell, Ford, 195, 16, $81,150. 29. (40) Josh Wise, Ford, 195, 15, $84,000. 30. (22) David Ragan, Toyota, 195, 15, $111,539. 31. (28) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 195, 13, $106,328. 32. (38) David Gilliland, Ford, accident, 194, 13, $100,108. 33. (37) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, accident, 194, 11, $89,847. 34. (41) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 194, 0, $80,100. 35. (42) Travis Kvapil, Chevrolet, 193, 0, $79,925. 36. (31) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 193, 8, $97,770. 37. (8) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, accident, 192, 8, $97,634. 38. (30) J. J. Yeley, Toyota, 192, 0, $74,877. 39. (24) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, engine, 182, 5, $100,796. 40. (36) Matt DiBenedetto, Toyota, 177, 4, $68,305. 41. (32) Timmy Hill, Ford, electrical, 168, 0, $62,805. 42. (39) Justin Allgaier, Chevrolet, engine, 130, 2, $66,805. 43. (9) Ryan Blaney, Ford, engine, 84, 0, $55,305. Race Statistics Average speed of race winner: 167.311 mph. Time of race: 3 hours, 6 minutes, 58 seconds. Margin of victory: Under Caution. Caution ags: 3 for 18 laps. Lead changes: 30 among 18 drivers. Lap leaders: J. Gordon 1-7; D. Earnhardt Jr. 8-10; D. Hamlin 11-14; D. Earnhardt Jr. 15; D. Hamlin 16; D. Earnhardt Jr. 17; J. Gordon 18; D. Earnhardt Jr. 19-39; M. Waltrip 40-41; J. Johnson 42-63; D. Earnhardt Jr. 64-79; M. Waltrip 80; D. Ragan 81; P. Menard 82; J. Logano 83-94; C. Bowyer 95-96; K. Harvick 97-100; K. Kahne 101-118; R. Stenhouse Jr. 119-120; G. Bie 121; J. Johnson 122-133; R. Newman 134; Ku.Busch 135; D. Gilliland 136; M. Kenseth 137-139; Ky.Busch 140-150; D. Earnhardt Jr. 151-169; P. Menard 170; D. Gilliland 171; G. Bie 172-188; J. Logano 189-196. Leaders summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps Led): D. Earnhardt Jr., 6 times for 61 laps; J. Johnson, 2 times for 34 laps; J. Logano, 2 times for 20 laps; K. Kahne, 1 time for 18 laps; G. Bie, 2 times for 18 laps; Ky.Busch, 1 time for 11 laps; J. Gordon, 2 times for 8 laps; D. Hamlin, 2 times for 5 laps; K. Harvick, 1 time for 4 laps; M. Waltrip, 2 times for 3 laps; M. Kenseth, 1 time for 3 laps; P. Menard, 2 times for 2 laps; C. Bowyer, 1 time for 2 laps; R. Stenhouse Jr., 1 time for 2 laps; D. Gilliland, 2 times for 2 laps; Ku.Busch, 1 time for 1 lap; R. Newman, 1 time for 1 lap; D. Ragan, 1 time for 1 lap. Wins: J. Logano, 6; M. Kenseth, 5; Ky.Busch, 4; J. Johnson, 4; K. Harvick, 3; Ku.Busch, 2; D. Earnhardt Jr., 2; C. Edwards, 2; D. Hamlin, 2; B. Keselowski, 1; M. Truex Jr., 1. Top 16 in points: 1. J. Logano, 4,000; 2. C. Edwards, 4,000; 3. J. Gordon, 4,000; 4. Ku.Busch, 4,000; 5. B. Keselowski, 4,000; 6. M. Truex Jr., 4,000; 7. K. Harvick, 4,000; 8. Ky.Busch, 4,000; 9. D. Hamlin, 2,209; 10. R. Newman, 2,194; 11. M. Kenseth, 2,191; 12. D. Earnhardt Jr., 2,181; 13. J. Johnson, 2,161; 14. J. McMurray, 2,159; 15. P. Menard, 2,148; 16. C. Bowyer, 2,123.Formula OneUNITED STATES GRAND PRIX At Circuit of the Americas circuit Austin, Texas Lap length: 3.43 miles 1. Lewis Hamilton, England, Mercedes, 56 laps, 1:50:52.703, 103.699 mph. 2. Nico Rosberg, Germany, Mercedes, 56, 1:50:55.553. 3. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, Ferrari, 56, 1:50:56.084. 4. Max Verstappen, Netherlands, Toro Rosso, 56, 1:51:15.062. 5. Sergio Perez, Mexico, Force India, 56, 1:51:17.116. 6. Jenson Button, England, McLaren, 56, 1:51:20.761. 7. Carlos Sainz Jr., Spain, Toro Rosso, 56, 1:51:23.322. 8. Pastor Maldonado, Venezuela, Lotus, 56, 1:51:24.976. 9. Felipe Nasr, Brazil, Sauber, 56, 1:51:32.960. 10. Daniel Ricciardo, Australia, Red Bull, 56, 1:51:46.074. 11. Fernando Alonso, Spain, McLaren, 56, 1:51:47.519. 12. Alexander Rossi, United States, Marussia, 56, 1:52:07.980. Not Classed 13. Daniil Kvyat, Russia, Red Bull, 42, Retired. 14. Nico Hulkenberg, Germany, Force India, 37, Retired. 15. Marcus Ericsson, Sweden, Sauber, 26, Retired. 16. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, Ferrari, 25, Retired. 17. Felipe Massa, Brazil, Williams, 23, Retired. 18. Romain Grosjean, France, Lotus, 10, Retired. 19. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, Williams, 5, Retired. 20. Will Stevens, England, Marussia, 1, Retired. Drivers Standings (After 16 of 19 races) 1. Lewis Hamilton, England, Mercedes, 327 points. 2. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, Ferrari, 251. 3. Nico Rosberg, Germany, Mercedes, 247. 4. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, Ferrari, 123. 5. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, Williams, 111. 6. Felipe Massa, Brazil, Williams, 109.. AP PHOTOLewis Hamilton, of Britain, celebrates after winning the world championship with his victory at the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas on Sunday. Hamilton wraps up F1 titleBy JIM VERTUNOASSOCIATED PRESSAUSTIN, Texas Â„ Lewis Hamilton took off his racing helmet and bent low in a moment of quiet reÂ”ection after winning a tight race and another Formula One championship. Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg sat nearby, slumped in a feeling of disgust revealed when Hamilton tossed him his second-place cap and the German Â”ipped it right back, nearly hitting Hamilton in the face. Hamilton ignored the gesture, turned and walked to the victorÂs podium to celebrate winning the United States Grand Prix to secure his third season title. ÂIn the Â“nal laps I was thinking about my family and my dad standing in the rain watching me race, as a crazy parent thinking someday he might be a good driver,ÂŽ Hamilton said. ÂItÂs hard to believe IÂm here as a three-time champion.ÂŽ It was RosbergÂs mistake that helped make this one happen. The German skidded off a short straight out of the 12th turn with eight laps to go at the Circuit of the Americas, opening the gap Hamilton needed. HamiltonÂs third U.S. win in four years gave him 21 over two seasons and his 10th this year. AUTO RACING: Formula One as long as everyone else is going by the same rules,ÂŽ Earnhardt said. ÂI felt like per the rule book, it sorted out and I Â“nished second. IÂm OK with that.ÂŽ NASCAR said this week it would make just one attempt at Talladega to Â“nish the race under green instead of the usual three tries in a nod toward creating a safer racing environment. Drivers were almost unanimous in their support of the change, even when it came into play in a race that cut four drivers from the Chase Â“eld. Eliminated Sunday were Earnhardt, Ryan Newman Â„ the runner-up to Harvick last year Â„ and Joe Gibbs Racing drivers Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin. JGR was considered a heavy favorite in this Chase after a dominating regular season, but had two of four drivers eliminated Sunday and both were furious with Harvick. Harvick had radioed to his crew under caution that a mechanical issue was preventing him from accelerating. But if he moved out of the way, he risked falling to the back of the Â“eld and potentially being knocked out. So he instead stayed put, and when his car failed to take off on the restart, he hit Trevor Bayne as Bayne tried to dart around him and it triggered a wreck that brought out the caution to end the race. Earnhardt was unable to race Logano for the win once the caution was called. ÂIt was a pretty tough ending. (He) knew he was blowing up and told everybody he was going to stay in his lane,ÂŽ Kenseth said. ÂIt just feels like we kind of lost control of the situation.ÂŽ Denny Hamlin echoed the sentiments of his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate. He was caught in the accident and had to climb from his Â”aming car, and said after that Harvick caused the wreck rather than risk losing positions on the track that would knock him out of the Chase. ÂThe 4 could only run about 30 miles an hour, I think he saw people coming and he knew he was so probably going to be 30th, the last car on the lead lap, so he caused the wreck,ÂŽ said Hamlin. He had a far more scathing take on Twitter after he was eliminated from the Chase. ÂWhat a joke we have a car with no motor wreck the Â“eld to end the race. Complete crap. Sorry to anyone who spent $ coming to this circus,ÂŽ Hamlin tweeted. NASCAR reviewed video of the Â“nal restart several times with different team owners and crew chiefs following the race, and president Mike Helton said ofÂ“cials did not Â“nd anything amiss from Harvick. ÂThere is no evidence right now that there was anything that the 4 car did that was questionable,ÂŽ Helton said.L OGANOFROM P AGE 1 GO O D YS H E A D A CH E RE L IE F SH O T 5 0 0WH O : Sprint Cup Series WH E N: Sunday, 1:15 p.m. WH E RE : Martinsville Speedway, Martinsville, Va. TV: NBC Sports Network BASEBALL SCOREBOARDPlayosWORLD SERIES (Best-of-7) All games televised by Fox Tuesday: N.Y. Mets (Harvey 13-8) at Kansas City, 8:07 p.m. Wednesday: N.Y. Mets (deGrom 14-8) at Kansas City, 8:07 p.m. Friday: Kansas City at N.Y. Mets (Syndergaard 9-7), 8:07 p.m. Saturday: Kansas City at N.Y. Mets (Matz 4-0), 8:07 p.m. x-Sunday: Kansas City at N.Y. Mets, 8:15 p.m. x-Nov. 3: N.Y. Mets at Kansas City, 8:07 p.m. x-Nov. 4: N.Y. Mets at Kansas City, 8:07 p.m.Record bookWORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS 2014: San Francisco (NL) 4, Kansas City (AL) 3 2013: Boston (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 2 2012: San Francisco (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 0 2011: St. Louis (NL) 4, Texas (AL) 3 2010: San Francisco (NL) 4, Texas (AL) 1 2009: New York (AL) 4, Philadelphia (NL) 2 2008: Philadelphia (NL) 4, Tampa Bay (AL) 1 2007: Boston (AL) 4, Colorado (NL) 0 2006: St. Louis (NL) 4, Detroit (AL) 1 2005: Chicago (AL) 4, Houston (NL) 0 2004: Boston (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 0 2003: Florida (NL) 4, New York (AL) 2 2002: Anaheim (AL) 4, San Francisco (NL) 3 2001: Arizona (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3 2000: New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 1 1999: New York (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 0 1998: New York (AL) 4, San Diego (NL) 0 1997: Florida (NL) 4, Cleveland (AL) 3 1996: New York (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 2 1995: Atlanta (NL) 4, Cleveland (AL) 2 1994: No series. 1993: Toronto (AL) 4, Philadelphia (NL) 2 1992: Toronto (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 2 1991: Minnesota (AL) 4, Atlanta (NL) 3 1990: Cincinnati (NL) 4, Oakland (AL) 0 1989: Oakland (AL) 4, San Francisco (NL) 0 1988: Los Angeles (NL) 4, Oakland (AL) 1 1987: Minnesota (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 3 1986: New York (NL) 4, Boston (AL) 3 1985: Kansas City (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 3 1984: Detroit (AL) 4, San Diego (NL) 1 1983: Baltimore (AL) 4, Philadelphia (NL) 1 1982: St. Louis (NL) 4, Milwaukee (AL) 3 1981: Los Angeles (NL) 4, New York (AL) 2 1980: Philadelphia (NL) 4, Kansas City (AL) 2 1979: Pittsburgh (NL) 4, Baltimore (AL) 3 1978: New York (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 2 1977: New York (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 2 1976: Cincinnati (NL) 4, New York (AL) 0 1975: Cincinnati (NL) 4, Boston (AL) 3 1974: Oakland (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 1 1973: Oakland (AL) 4, New York (NL) 3 1972: Oakland (AL) 4, Cincinnati (NL) 3 1971: Pittsburgh (NL) 4, Baltimore (AL) 3 1970: Baltimore (AL) 4, Cincinnati (NL) 1 1969: New York (NL) 4, Baltimore (AL) 1 1968: Detroit (AL) 4, St. Louis (NL) 3 1967: St. Louis (NL) 4, Boston (AL) 3 1966: Baltimore (AL) 4, Los Angeles (NL) 0 1965: Los Angeles (NL) 4, Minnesota (AL) 3 1964: St. Louis (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3 1963: Los Angeles (NL) 4, New York (AL) 0 1962: New York (AL) 4, San Francisco (NL) 3 1961: New York (AL) 4, Cincinnati (NL) 1 1960: Pittsburgh (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3 1959: Los Angeles (NL) 4, Chicago (AL) 2 1958: New York (AL) 4, Milwaukee (NL) 3 1957: Milwaukee (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3 1956: New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 3 1955: Brooklyn (NL) 4, New York (AL) 3 1954: New York (NL) 4, Cleveland (AL) 0 1953: New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 2 1952: New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 3 1951: New York (AL) 4, New York (NL) 2 1950: New York (AL) 4, Philadelphia (NL) 0 1949: New York (AL) 4, Brooklyn (NL) 1 1948: Cleveland (AL) 4, Boston (NL) 2 MLB: Kansas CityNew faces power RoyalsKANSAS CITY, Mo. Â„ Luke Hochevar was a member of the Kansas City Royals who advanced to the World Series a year ago. He was in the dugout for every playoff game, took part in all the champagne celebrations, got an American League championship ring after the season. He never threw a single pitch. That makes this yearÂs return to the Fall Classic so much sweeter. Now recovered from Tommy John surgery that sidelined him last season, Hochevar has been able to contribute to the success of the club that made the reliever the No. 1 draft pick in 2006. ÂIt feels great. ThereÂs no other way to explain it,ÂŽ Hochevar said. ÂTo experience it last year was unbelievable. To have the opportunity to come back and do it again is even better.ÂŽ The easy argument is the Royals are back because theyÂre the same team of a year ago. Their core players that became household names against San Francisco, such as Â“rst baseman Eric Hosmer and outÂ“elder Lorenzo Cain, are still doing their thing in Kansas City. The reality is the Royals are back largely because of all their new faces. There were only 12 players on their 25man roster for the AL Championship Series against Toronto that were on the roster against the Giants. Just four of those were pitchers, and the only starter was Yordano Ventura, who helped Kansas City to victory in the decisive Game 6. The Royals used the same roster in the divisional round against Houston, and Â“gure to have a similar makeup when they open the World Series on Tuesday night against the New York Mets. ÂThis is a different team,ÂŽ Royals manager Ned Yost acknowledged, Âbut we play the same.ÂŽ By that, he means the Royals still rely on pitching and defense. They still win by making fewer mistakes than the opponent. They still cause havoc on the base paths, seldom strike out. ItÂs just that the cast of characters doing it is slightly different. The Royals walked on an expensive option on DH Billy Butler, signing Kendrys Morales to replace him. Morales hit 22 homers during the regular season and has hit four in the playoffs. ÂHeÂs been the middleof-the-order bat from the Â“rst day,ÂŽ Yost said. ÂHe put up tremendous numbers, power numbers, RBI numbers, heÂs been great from both sides of the plate.ÂŽ In the Â“eld, the Royals moved on from right Â“elder Nori Aoki by signing Alex Rios, who is hitting .333 in the Â“rst playoff appearance of his 12-year career. Second baseman Omar Infante has been hurt, so deadline-acquisition Ben Zobrist has taken over, hitting .326 while driving in six runs this postseason Â„ including two homers against Toronto. The backup catcher has been Drew Butera rather than Erik Kratz. The utility men have been Paulo Orlando and Christian Colon, rather than Josh Willingham and Jayson Nix. All of them easily could be considered upgrades. But itÂs among the pitchers where the differences are most stark: Along with Ventura, the rotation consists of Edinson Volquez, Johnny Cueto and Chris Young, while last year it was James Shields, Jeremy Guthrie and Jason Vargas in the postseason.By DAVE SKRETTAASSOCIATED PRESSOnly 12 are back from last yearÂs Series AP PHOTOKansas City starting pitcher Yordano Ventura sits on the tarp as he watches a workout Sunday in Kansas City, Mo. The Royals will face the New York Mets in Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday. Phils settle on GMBy JAKE KAPLANTHE PHILADELPHIAINQUIRERNew Phillies president Andy MacPhail will introduce the teamÂs new general manager, Matt Klentak, today in a news conference. The team has not announced the identity of its GM, but a baseball source conÂ“rmed the 35-yearold Klentak is MacPhailÂs selection. A news release issued by the Phillies indicated only that the news conference regarded the teamÂs new GM. MacPhailÂs hiring of Klentak, last an assistant general manager with the Los Angeles Angels, came after an extensive search that heated up after the PhilliesÂ season Â“nale. Oakland assistant general manager Dan Kantrovitz and Tampa Bay vice president of baseball operations Chaim Bloom, a Wynnewood native, were Â“nalists for the position, according to MLB.com. Klentak was long viewed as a strong candidate to land the job because of his close ties to MacPhail, formerly president of the Baltimore Orioles. With the Orioles, MacPhail hired Klentak to be his director of baseball operations in March 2008, when Klentak was only 27. Klentak graduated from Dartmouth College in 2002 with an economics degree. He played baseball for the Big Green, a three-year starter at shortstop and team captain as a senior. He will become the second active major-league GM who is a Dartmouth graduate. MLB: Philadelphia
Page 6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 1The NBA season begins Tuesday with the usual suspects expected to contend for the title. How the Eastern Conference shapes up i n the projected order of finish (By Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times):2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15CLEVELAND2014-15 FINISH: 53-29 PROJECTED STARTERS: LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, Timofey Mozgov, J.R. Smith. TOP RESERVES: Matthew Dellavedova, Tristan Thompson, Anderson Varejao, Mo Williams, Iman Shumpert. The self-proclaimed best player in the world will not have to do it alone this time, assuming the injuries that hit the Cavaliers in the playoffs finally subside. Love and Irving are both expected back to help James try to fulfill his dream of bringing a title to his home state. Thompson will come along as well now that he has agreed to a new contract.TORONTO2014-15 FINISH: 49-33 PROJECTED STARTERS: Kyle Lowry, DeMar DeRozan, DeMarre Carroll, Jonas Valanciunas, Patrick Patterson. TOP RESERVES: Terrence Ross, Luis Scola, Cory Joseph, Bismack Biyombo. The Raptors last season were one of the biggest surprises (a 37-17 start) and disappointments (a 12-16 finish followed by first-round playoff sweep by Washington). After being one of leagueÂs worst ball-movement teams, it should help that Lowry appeared in playoff form in preseason and newcomer Joseph spent four seasons in pass-heavy San Antonio.ATLANTA2014-15 FINISH: 60-22 PROJECTED STARTERS: Al Horford, Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap, Kyle Korver, Kent Bazemore. TOP RESERVES: Tiago Splitter, Tim Hardaway Jr., Thabo Sefalosha, Dennis Schroder. As if he needed help imparting The SpursÂ Way, coach Mike Budenholzer imported someone intimately familiar with the system in Splitter. Of course, the Hawks have become an enviable brand themselves after finishing with the best record in the East last season and Atlanta made the conference finals for the first time. Is that the ceiling for a team with talent but no stars?CHICAGO2014-15 FINISH: 50-32 PROJECTED STARTERS: Pau Gasol, Nikola Mirotic, Jimmy Butler, Derrick Rose, Tony Snell. TOP RESERVES: Taj Gibson, Joakim Noah, Doug McDermott, Kirk Hinrich, Bobby Portis. Hmm. Iowa State prodigy replaces widely beloved Bulls coach. What could go wrong? A lot, if Fred HoibergÂs time in Chicago is anything like that of Tim Floyd, who took over for Phil Jackson and went 49-190. Good thing for Hoiberg that his starters donÂt include FloydÂs crew of Dickey Simpkins, Mark Bryant and Randy Brown. These Bulls should be just fine if RoseÂs body cooperates.MILWAUKEE2014-15 FINISH: 41-41 PROJECTED STARTERS: Jabari Parker, Michael Carter-Williams, Greg Monroe, Khris Middleton, Rashad Vaughn. TOP RESERVES: Giannis Antetokounmpo, O.J. Mayo, John Henson, Greivis Vasquez. The Bucks are essentially adding two major pieces in newcomer Monroe and Parker, who returns after a torn knee ligament ended his rookie season after only 25 games. If Middleton can sustain his impressive all-around play from after the All-Star break last season, Milwaukee should contend for home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.WASHINGTON2014-15 FINISH : 46-36 PROJECTED STARTERS: John Wall, Bradley Beal, Marcin Gortat, Otto Porter, Kris Humphries. TOP RESERVES: Gary Neal, Ramon Sessions, Nene, Kelly Oubre, Jared Dudley. The small-ball approach that worked so well in the playoffs is back, with one exception: Paul Pierce is no longer around to make game-winning shots. But that shouldnÂt derail a team that largely relies on its backcourt of Wall and Beal. Gortat should be one of the primary beneficiaries of an offensive system that provides better spacing than its predecessor.CHARLOTTE2014-15 FINISH: 33-49 PROJECTED STARTERS: Al Jefferson, Kemba Walker, Nicolas Batum, Marvin Williams, Jeremy Lamb. TOP RESERVES: Jeremy Lin, Spencer Hawes, Cody Zeller, P.J. Hairston, Frank Kaminsky. These Hornets could produce a playoff buzz thanks to an infusion of complementary players intended to take pressure off Jefferson and Walker. Batum should be an adequate replacement Â„ and an upgrade offensively Â„ for Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, lost for the season after shoulder surgery. Leaving Los Angeles should be a good thing for Lin and Hawes.MIAMI2014-15 FINISH: 37-45 PROJECTED STARTERS: Chris Bosh, Goran Dragic, Dwyane Wade, Hassan Whiteside, Luol Deng. TOP RESERVES: Gerald Green, Justise Winslow, Josh McRoberts, Mario Chalmers, Amare Stoudemire. The Heat finally has the starting lineup it has wanted since February, when the team acquired Dragic but BoshÂs blood clots sidelined him for the rest of the season. The big question is how often Wade will be in it after missing 20 games last season and needing a maintenance plan to remain fresh for a playoff push. Green should thrill and baffle off the bench with his high-volume shooting.BOSTON2014-15 FINISH: 40-42 PROJECTED STARTERS: Marcus Smart, Avery Bradley, Jae Crowder, David Lee, Tyler Zeller. TOP RESERVES: Isaiah Thomas, Evan Turner, Kelly Olynyk, Amir Johnson, Jonas Jerebko. The Celtics are way ahead of the Lakers in their rebuilding efforts, so thereÂs that. They made the playoffs last season in coach Brad StevensÂ second season but still have a long way to go to recapture the recent glory that left town alongside Doc Rivers. Having good depth isnÂt going to be enough for much of a playoff run until Boston finds a couple of stars.INDIANA2014-15 FINISH: 38-44 PROJECTED STARTERS: Paul George, Monta Ellis, George Hill, C.J. Miles, Ian Mahinmi. TOP RESERVES: Rodney Stuckey, Joseph Young, Chase Budinger, Lavoy Allen, Jordan Hill. If George doesnÂt seem the same after his yearlong injury layoff, it might be because heÂs not. HeÂs expected to play power forward whenever the Pacers switch to a smaller, quicker lineup as part of the teamÂs efforts to maximize its remaining talent. Ellis gives Indiana another proven scorer, but thereÂs little quality depth, particularly in the frontcourt.BROOKLYN2014-15 FINISH: 38-44 PROJECTED STARTERS: Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez, Jarrett Jack, Thaddeus Young, Wayne Ellington. TOP RESERVES: Shane Larkin, Bojan Bogdanovic, Andrea Bargnani, Thomas Robinson. Nobody could blame Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov for wanting out based on his roster. The star power is waning, not to mention aging (Johnson is 34) and injury-prone (LopezÂs feet are a constant worry). Prokhorov insists heÂs not selling the team that failed to fulfill his guarantee to win a championship within his first five seasons. The only title possibility is biggest disappointment.DETROIT2014-15 FINISH: 32-50 PROJECTED STARTERS: Andre Drummond, Reggie Jackson, Marcus Morris, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Stanley Johnson. TOP RESERVES: Brandon Jennings, Jodie Meeks, Ersan Ilyasova, Joel Anthony, Reggie Bullock. Drummond is the last (big) man standing from the failed colossal front line experiment, now that Greg Monroe and Josh Smith have departed. Jackson will probably cede the starting point guard spot to Jennings once the latter returns from a ruptured left AchillesÂ. NEW YORK2014-15 FINISH: 17-65 PROJECTED STARTERS: Carmelo Anthony, Jose Calderon, Arron Afflalo, Robin Lopez, Kristaps Porzingis. TOP RESERVES: Derrick Williams, Kevin Seraphin, Kyle OÂQuinn, Jerian Grant, Sasha Vujacic. The Phil Jackson-Derek Fisher pairing worked about as well as red wine and peanut butter in their first year together as the Knicks set a franchise record for losses. Jackson then prompted boos by drafting Porzingis, the widely unknown 7-footer from Latvia. Now heÂs hoping castoffs Williams and Vujacic can help revive an overhauled roster. It might be time for some more red wine.ORLANDO2014-15 FINISH: 25-57 PROJECTED STARTERS: Tobias Harris, Nikola Vucevic, Victor Oladipo, Elfrid Payton, Channing Frye. TOP RESERVES: Mario Hezonja, Evan Fournier, C.J. Watson, Aaron Gordon, Dewayne Dedmon. Magic players say they are no longer going to use their youth as an excuse. Unfortunately, that doesnÂt mean it will not be a hindrance. A starting lineup with an average age of 24 needs to lose a few more baby teeth and develop an All-Star before it can be taken seriously as a playoff contender. New Coach Scott Skiles, a noted taskmaster, may have to utilize the timeout corner.PHILADELPHIA2014-15 FINISH: 18-64 PROJECTED STARTERS: Nerlens Noel, Jahlil Okafor, Robert Covington, Isaiah Canaan, JaKarr Sampson. TOP RESERVES: Nik Stauskas, Hollis Thompson, Kendall Marshall, Tony Wroten Jr., Christian Wood. Even notoriously nasty 76ers fans have to feel a bit sorry for their franchise. Center Joel Embiid is expected to miss a second consecutive season after another foot surgery and Marshall and Wroten will not return until well into the season because of their recovery from torn knee ligaments. The only hope is that Noel and Okafor can develop amid the losses. EASTERN CONFERENCE CAPSULES SPOTLIGHT: ClevelandClock ticks on James, CavsCLEVELAND Â„ On the night Milwaukee coach Jason Kidd was praising the gameÂs greatest player for his endurance and tenacity, LeBron James was down the corridor behind closed doors in the CavsÂ locker room with a needle in his back. The man who gets all the credit has in fact played his entire career on credit. Only now, after Â“ve consecutive trips to the NBA Finals, nearly 44,000 high-impact minutes, four Most Valuable Player trophies, two Olympic gold medals and two NBA championships, the bill is coming due. James has pushed his body relentlessly for the past dozen years, rarely taking off more than a couple of weeks. Perhaps facing his own basketball mortality, he has referenced Father Time on multiple occasions since returning to Cleveland. ItÂs his work ethic that has allowed him to outrun the almighty father so far. The Cavs came within two victories of their Â“rst championship last season and unveil arguably the best team in franchise history. All seven core free agents returned, along with a handful of key pickups. They will go as far as James leads them. He has proven the past Â“ve years he knows the way. ÂWeÂve lost the fact that heÂs a player thatÂs done it Â“ve times,ÂŽ Kidd said prior to a preseason game between the Cavs and Bucks. ÂFor him to get there the last Â“ve years and get up the next day and train as if he won it, thatÂs what makes him special.ÂŽ No player has appeared in Â“ve consecutive Finals since Bill RussellÂs Boston Celtics in the 1960s. Russell and the Celtics won eight consecutive titles, a feat that might never be duplicated. After years of trying, the Cavs might be positioned for a lengthy run of success. A $290 million offseason spending spree secured the nucleus of this team for at least the next four seasons: Iman Shumpert (25) is under team control through 2018, Kevin Love (27) and Kyrie Irving (23) through 2019 and Tristan Thompson (24) through 2020. Cavs owner Dan Gilbert joked with season ticket-holders recently that he gave general manager David GrifÂ“n an unlimited budget and the Cavs managed to exceed it. ÂDan almost dares us to believe that we can spend more money and make it work,ÂŽ GrifÂ“n said. ÂHeÂs a really interesting owner in that way. HeÂs not looking at this as an actuary might. HeÂs looking at this as, ÂWhatÂs best for us to win games?Â And heÂs done that in every part of this business. He invests in this process at every level all the time.ÂŽ Part of what lured James back to Cleveland was GilbertÂs assurance he would spend whatever it takes. He has proven that with the second-highest payroll in league history. Between salaries and taxes, the Cavs will spend more than $170 million. ÂOur owner is committed to winning and itÂs a sign that heÂll do anything to help us go out there and perform,ÂŽ James said before referencing his beloved New York Yankees and Dallas Cowboys. ÂThey donÂt win it every year but thatÂs what they believe in. They believe in going out there and getting the best talent that can play. They believe if they put the most talent out there they give themselves a great chance. IÂm not comparing us to them because weÂre not, we havenÂt won anything, but when you have an ownership group (like that), then money is not an object.ÂŽ The rest of the league is so conÂ“dent in the Cavs that the other 29 GMs voted them the favorites to win the title. They also voted James the most likely to win his Â“fth MVP, which would match Jordan and Russell for second-most all time behind Kareem Abdul JabbarÂs six. For the Â“rst time in his career, though, James is showing signs of aging. The anti-inÂ”ammatory injection in his back was at least his second in 10 months. His back and knee gave him so much trouble last season that he needed two weeks off in January. James appeared in a career-low 69 games, although when he returned in January he played as well as ever. The Cavs thought when James returned to Cleveland he had at least four prime years left. That might have been optimistic. If he does win the MVP again, he will become the 11th player in league history to win the award after age 30 and the Â“rst since Steve Nash in 2006.By JASON LLOYDAKRON BEACON JOURNALTeam spares no expense, but is window closing on the star AP PHOTOClevelandÂs J.R. Smith passes around DallasÂ John Jenkins during a preseason game this month. The 30-year-old veteran came to the Cavs in January as part of a three-team trade. NBA SEASON PREVIEWnearly 68 percent, and he was helped by exactly zero dunks. DragicÂs ability to Â“nish at the rim is uncanny at times and on a team that values spacing and lanes to the basket as much as Miami does, itÂs just another reason why the Heat wanted so desperately to keep him. ÂComing together and trying to put together a team that can compete for title, thatÂs far more motivating and powerful than the pain of last year,ÂŽ Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. ÂThat lasted a couple weeks. Then every ounce of energy and focus was about trying to do whatever we had to do to build this team up and have an opportunity to do something special.ÂŽ The Heat fully expect to contend in the Eastern Conference, and a presumed starting lineup of Dragic, Wade, Luol Deng, Bosh and Whiteside certainly looks good enough on paper to lead Miami back to the playoffs for what would be the 17th time in 21 seasons. But a second unit featuring Mario Chalmers, Tyler Johnson, rookie Josh Richardson, Green, McRoberts, Stoudemire, Udonis Haslem and Chris Andersen has Miami equally excited. ÂYou look around this gym, weÂve got the pieces,ÂŽ Wade said. ÂNow itÂs about Â“nding a way and Â“nding that way together.ÂŽ In short, the Heat think they got better through signings and the improved health of Bosh (blood clots) and McRoberts, who is still working his way to full strength after knee surgery.HEATFROM PAGE 1
The Sun /Monday, October 26, 2015 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 7 Sports on TVNFL8:15 p.m. ESPN Â„ Baltimore at ArizonaSports on radioNFL8 p.m. 99.3 ESPN, 1070 AM Â„ Baltimore at ArizonaPro footballCFL EAST DIVISION W L T Pts PF PA x-Hamilton 10 6 0 20 496 335 x-Ottawa 10 6 0 20 408 420 x-Toronto 9 7 0 18 392 461 Montreal 6 10 0 12 342 332 WEST DIVISION W L T Pts PF PA x-Edmonton 13 4 0 26 426 319 x-Calgary 12 4 0 24 408 320 B.C. 6 10 0 12 403 433 Winnipeg 5 12 0 10 342 481 Saskatchewan 2 14 0 4 381 497 x-clinched playo berth SaturdayÂs results Ottawa 27, Winnipeg 20 Edmonton 35, Saskatchewan 24 FridayÂs game B.C. at Toronto, 7 p.m. SaturdayÂs game Saskatchewan at Calgary, 3 p.m. SundayÂs games Ottawa at Hamilton, 1 p.m. Montreal at Edmonton, 4 p.m.Pro basketballNBA TuesdayÂs games Cleveland at Chicago, 8 p.m. Detroit at Atlanta, 8 p.m. New Orleans at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.Pro hockeyAMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Bridgeport 8 6 2 0 0 12 31 22 Hartford 7 5 1 1 0 11 22 16 W.B./Scranton 6 5 1 0 0 10 22 12 Hershey 6 3 2 0 1 7 15 14 Portland 5 3 2 0 0 6 17 15 Providence 7 2 3 2 0 6 21 24 Lehigh Valley 6 2 4 0 0 4 18 20 Springeld 5 0 4 1 0 1 7 22 North Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA St. JohnÂs 8 5 1 1 1 12 29 25 Toronto 7 5 2 0 0 10 25 18 Albany 6 3 2 1 0 7 15 15 Binghamton 6 3 3 0 0 6 18 15 Rochester 7 3 4 0 0 6 20 29 Syracuse 6 2 3 0 1 5 14 21 Utica 5 2 3 0 0 4 8 8 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Charlotte 7 4 3 0 0 8 27 24 Rockford 7 4 3 0 0 8 19 28 Chicago 5 3 1 0 1 7 23 17 Lake Erie 5 3 1 0 1 7 12 9 Iowa 8 2 4 1 1 6 15 25 Milwaukee 4 1 3 0 0 2 8 18 Grand Rapids 6 1 5 0 0 2 9 18 Manitoba 6 0 4 1 1 2 7 18 Pacic Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Ontario 5 5 0 0 0 10 18 5 Texas 7 5 2 0 0 10 30 16 San Diego 5 4 1 0 0 8 16 12 San Antonio 4 3 0 1 0 7 16 8 Bakerseld 6 2 3 0 1 5 16 20 San Jose 6 2 3 0 1 5 12 17 Stockton 4 2 2 0 0 4 10 9 Note: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. SaturdayÂs results Albany 3, Portland 1 St. JohnÂs 5, Bridgeport 4 Hershey 3, Hartford 2, OT Utica 4, Syracuse 0 Binghamton 5, Toronto 1 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 3, Springeld 2, OT Lehigh Valley 3, Providence 1 San Antonio 5, Stockton 1 Rockford 4, Milwaukee 2 Lake Erie 2, Manitoba 0 Iowa 3, Texas 2 Ontario 3, San Jose 0 Bakerseld 3, San Diego 0 SundayÂs results Bridgeport 3, St. JohnÂs 2, SO Albany 4, Binghamton 1 Chicago 3, Charlotte 0 Texas 4, Iowa 1 Hartford 3, Hershey 2, SO Rochester 4, Syracuse 3, SO Toronto 3, Lehigh Valley 1 TodayÂs games No games scheduled TuesdayÂs games Charlotte at Rockford, 8 p.m. Texas at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. ECHL EASTERN CONFERENCE East Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Adirondack 4 4 0 0 0 8 18 9 Elmira 4 2 2 0 0 4 13 13 Reading 4 2 2 0 0 4 14 10 Manchester 3 1 2 0 0 2 6 10 Norfolk 5 1 4 0 0 2 11 23 North Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Wheeling 4 3 1 0 0 6 14 8 Toledo 4 2 1 0 1 5 10 11 Brampton 5 0 4 1 0 1 11 20 Kalamazoo 4 0 4 0 0 0 7 17 South Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Florida 6 4 2 0 0 8 24 13 Orlando 3 3 0 0 0 6 18 9 Greenville 4 3 1 0 0 6 14 13 Atlanta 5 2 2 1 0 5 14 19 South Carolina 5 1 3 1 0 3 10 20 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Missouri 5 4 1 0 0 8 12 5 Allen 6 4 2 0 0 8 19 15 Tulsa 5 2 3 0 0 4 11 13 Wichita 5 2 3 0 0 4 11 16 Midwest Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Fort Wayne 4 4 0 0 0 8 17 9 Quad City 5 3 1 0 1 7 16 12 Indy 4 2 1 1 0 5 11 12 Cincinnati 2 2 0 0 0 4 9 2 Evansville 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 5 West Division GP W L OL SL Pts GF GA Alaska 6 3 2 0 1 7 16 16 Rapid City 4 3 1 0 0 6 12 13 Utah 4 2 1 1 0 5 16 15 Idaho 5 2 2 1 0 5 18 18 Colorado 5 0 4 1 0 1 10 18 Note: Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. SaturdayÂs results Adirondack 4, Manchester 2 Elmira 7, Reading 2 Orlando 6, Norfolk 3 Greenville 3, South Carolina 2, OT Florida 4, Atlanta 1 Fort Wayne 6, Indy 5, OT Wheeling 5, Brampton 1 Cincinnati 4, Kalamazoo 1 Missouri 2, Wichita 1 Quad City 5, Tulsa 3 Toledo 2, Evansville 1 Allen 6, Utah 5, OT Rapid City 3, Colorado 2 Alaska 5, Idaho 4 SundayÂs results Wheeling 4, Brampton 3 Adirondack 5, Manchester 2 Greenville 3, Florida 2 Atlanta 5, South Carolina 3 Quad City 5, Wichita 2 TodayÂs games No games scheduled TuesdayÂs games Indy at Kalamazoo, 7 p.m. Quad City at Missouri, 8:05 p.m. NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Montreal 9 9 0 0 18 35 12 LIGHTNING 9 5 2 2 12 27 24 PANTHERS 8 4 3 1 9 26 17 Detroit 8 4 3 1 9 21 21 Ottawa 8 3 3 2 8 24 26 Boston 7 3 3 1 7 27 29 Toronto 7 1 4 2 4 16 24 Bualo 8 2 6 0 4 16 26 Metropolitan Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA N.Y. Rangers 10 6 2 2 14 28 20Washington 7 6 1 0 12 29 18 N.Y. Islanders 8 5 2 1 11 27 22 Philadelphia 7 4 2 1 9 16 18 New Jersey 8 4 3 1 9 20 23 Pittsburgh 8 4 4 0 8 13 16 Carolina 8 2 6 0 4 14 25 Columbus 9 1 8 0 2 19 40 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Nashville 8 6 1 1 13 25 16 Dallas 8 6 2 0 12 27 21 Winnipeg 8 5 2 1 11 28 21 St. Louis 8 5 2 1 11 23 20 Minnesota 8 5 2 1 11 24 22 Chicago 8 5 3 0 10 18 16 Colorado 7 2 4 1 5 19 21 Pacic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA San Jose 8 5 3 0 10 23 18 Arizona 8 4 3 1 9 23 19 Vancouver 8 3 2 3 9 20 17 Los Angeles 7 4 3 0 8 13 15 Edmonton 8 3 5 0 6 19 24 Calgary 8 2 6 0 4 16 31 Anaheim 7 1 5 1 3 6 20 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. SaturdayÂs results Philadelphia 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, SO Minnesota 3, Anaheim 0 New Jersey 4, Bualo 3 Montreal 5, Toronto 3 Arizona 4, Ottawa 1 N.Y. Islanders 3, St. Louis 2, OT Pittsburgh 2, Nashville 1, OT PANTHERS 6, Dallas 2 Chicago 1, LIGHTNING 0, OT Columbus 4, Colorado 3 Detroit 3, Vancouver 2, OT San Jose 5, Carolina 2 SundayÂs results Winnipeg 5, Minnesota 4 N.Y. Rangers 4, Calgary 1 Los Angeles at Edmonton, late TodayÂs games Calgary at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Arizona at Toronto, 7:30 p.m. Anaheim at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. TuesdayÂs games Arizona at Boston, 7 p.m. Columbus at New Jersey, 7 p.m. Bualo at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Carolina at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Colorado at PANTHERS, 7:30 p.m. LIGHTNING at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Edmonton at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Los Angeles at Winnipeg, 8 p.m. Anaheim at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Montreal at Vancouver, 10 p.m.TennisPARIBAS LUXEMBOURG OPEN At CK Sportcenter Kockelsheuer, Luxembourg Purse: $250,000 (Intl.) Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles Championship Misaki Doi, Japan, def. Mona Barthel, Germany, 6-4, 6-7 (7), 6-0. ATP IF STOCKHOLM OPEN At Kungliga Tennishallen, Stockholm, Sweden Surface: Hard-Indoor Purse: $660,000 (WT250) Singles Championship Tomas Berdych (1), Czech Republic, def. Jack Sock (7), United States, 7-6 (1), 6-2. BNP PARIBAS WTA CHAMPIONSHIPS At Singapore Indoor Stadium, Singapore Purse: $7 million (Tour Championship) Surface: Hard-Indoor Round Robin Red Group Singles Simona Halep (1), Romania, def. Flavia Pennetta (7), Italy, 6-0, 6-3. Maria Sharapova (3), Russia, def. Agnieszka Radwanska (5), Poland, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. ATP WORLD TOUR ERSTE BANK OPEN At Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria Purse: $660,000 (WT250) Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles Championship David Ferrer (1), Spain, def. Steve Johnson, United States, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. KREMLIN CUP At Olympic Stadium, Moscow Purse: Men, $698,325 (WT250); Women, $768,000 (Premier) Surface: Hard-Indoor Singles Men Championship Marin Cilic (1), Croatia, def. Roberto Bautista Agut (2), Spain, 6-4, 6-4.SoccerMAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pts GF GA y-New York 18 10 6 60 62 43 x-Columbus 15 11 8 53 58 53 x-Montreal 15 13 6 51 48 44 x-D.C. United 15 13 6 51 43 45 x-New England 14 12 8 50 48 47 x-Toronto FC 15 15 4 49 58 58 Orlando City 12 14 8 44 46 56 New York City FC 10 17 7 37 49 58 Philadelphia 10 17 7 37 42 55 Chicago 8 20 6 30 43 58 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pts GF GA y-FC Dallas 18 10 6 60 52 39 x-Vancouver 16 13 5 53 45 36 x-Portland 15 11 8 53 41 39 x-Seattle 15 13 6 51 44 36 x-Los Angeles 14 11 9 51 56 46 x-Sporting Kansas City 14 11 9 51 48 45 San Jose 13 13 8 47 41 39 Houston 11 14 9 42 42 49 Real Salt Lake 11 15 8 41 38 48 Colorado 9 15 10 37 33 43 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie. xclinched playo berth yclinched conference SundayÂs results Montreal 2, Toronto FC 1 Philadelphia 1, Orlando City 0 New England 3, New York City FC 1 Columbus 5, D.C. United 0 New York 2, Chicago 1 FC Dallas 2, San Jose 1 Sporting Kansas City 2, Los Angeles 1 Vancouver 3, Houston 0 Portland 4, Colorado 1 Seattle 3, Real Salt Lake 1Pregame.com LineTo Win World SeriesMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE Kansas City -110 NY Mets -110National Hockey LeagueFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE NY ISLANDERS OFF Calgary OFF TORONTO -108 Arizona -102 CHICAGO -150 Anaheim +140COLLEGE FOOTBALLThursdayFAVORITE O T O/U UNDERDOG North Carolina 2Â½ 2Â½ (OFF) PITTSBURGH W Michigan 19Â½ 20Â½ (OFF) E MICHIGAN Bualo 9Â½ 9Â½ (OFF) MIAMI (OHIO) GA SOUTHERN 18Â½ 19 (OFF) Texas State TCU 14Â½ 14 (OFF) West Virginia ARIZONA ST Pk 2Â½ (OFF) OregonFridayLouisville 9 9Â½ (OFF) WAKE FOREST East Carolina 7 7 (OFF) UCONN Louisiana Tech 9Â½ 10 (OFF) RICEUTAH ST OFF OFF (OFF) Wyoming SaturdayNAVY 11 10 (OFF) South Fla Marshall 20 20 (OFF) CHARLOTTE APPLCHN ST 23Â½ 24 (OFF) Troy BALL ST 4 4 (OFF) UMass WISCONSIN 19 19 (OFF) Rutgers Nebraska 10 10 (OFF) PURDUE Clemson 9Â½ 9Â½ (OFF) NC STATE IOWA 16 16 (OFF) Maryland Mississippi 6 6 (OFF) AUBURN ARKANSAS ST 17Â½ 19 (OFF) Georgia St Cent Michigan 5Â½ 3Â½ (OFF) AKRONWASHINGTON OFF OFF (OFF) ArizonaSan Diego St +2 3 (OFF) COLORD ST Stanford 11 13 (OFF) WASHTN ST FLORIDA 2 3 (OFF) Georgia SOUTHERN CAL 3Â½ 4 (OFF) CALIFORNIA Notre Dame 11Â½ 10Â½ (OFF) TEMPLE Georgia Tech 2Â½ 2Â½ (OFF) VIRGINIA Oklahoma St 1 2Â½ (OFF) TEXAS TECH Oklahoma 39 39 (OFF) KANSAS Texas 9Â½ 8Â½ (OFF) IOWA ST PENN ST 4 6 (OFF) Illinois HOUSTON 12Â½ 14 (OFF) Vanderbilt TEXAS A&M 16 16Â½ (OFF) S. Carolina Tennessee 7Â½ 7 (OFF) KENTUCKY UTAH 21 21Â½ (OFF) Oregon St CINCINNATI 20Â½ 21Â½ (OFF) UCF FLORIDA ST 19Â½ 21 (OFF) Syracuse LA-LAFAYETTE 9 9Â½ (OFF) La-Monroe W Kentucky 24 22 (OFF) OLD DOM SOUTRN MISS 18Â½ 19 (OFF) UTEP FIU 1 2Â½ (OFF) FAU UTSA 12 12Â½ (OFF) NORTH TEXASDUKE OFF OFF (OFF) MiamiTulsa 1Â½ 2 (OFF) SMU Virginia Tech 1 1Â½ (OFF) BOSTN CLLG Idaho 3 3Â½ (OFF) NEW MXC ST MEMPHIS 27Â½ 27Â½ (OFF) Tulane Michigan 10 13Â½ (OFF) MINNESOTA Boise St 21 20 (OFF) UNLV UCLA 18Â½ 18Â½ (OFF) Colorado Air Force 7Â½ 7 (OFF) HAWAIINFLFAVORITE O T O/U UNDERDOG ARIZONA 7 9 (49) BaltimoreThursdayPATRIOTS 10Â½ 9Â½ (OFF) MiamiSundayKansas City 2Â½ 3 (OFF) Detroit Minnesota 2Â½ 3 (OFF) CHICAGO ATLANTA 7Â½ 8 (OFF) Tampa Bay NEW ORLEANS 2 2Â½ (OFF) NY Giants ST. LOUIS 6 7 (OFF) San Francisco Arizona 4 5 (OFF) CLEVELANDPITTSBURGH OFF OFF (OFF) CincinnatiBALTIMORE 1Â½ 2Â½ (OFF) San DiegoHOUSTON OFF OFF (OFF) TennesseeNY Jets 3 3 (OFF) OAKLAND Seattle 5Â½ 6 (OFF) DALLAS Green Bay 3 3 (OFF) DENVERNov. 1CAROLINA 3Â½ 4Â½ (OFF) IndianapolisHome team is listed in ALL CAPS Oopening line. TtodayÂs line. O/Uover/ under line.TransactionsBASKETBALLNational Basketball Association DETROIT PISTONS Â„ Exercised their 2016-17 options on G Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and F Reggie Bullock. Waived G Ryan Boatright.HOCKEYNational Hockey League NASHVILLE PREDATORS Â„ Assigned F Viktor Arvidsson to Milwaukee (AHL).COLLEGEMIAMI Â„ Fired football coach Al Golden. Named Larry Scott interim football coach. UCF Â„ Announced George OÂLeary, football coach, is retiring, eective immediately. Named quarterbacks coach Danny Barrett interim football coach. SCOREBOARD QUICK HITSREVOLUTION CLINCH PLAYOFF SPOT WITH WIN OVER NYC FCNEW YORK (AP) Â„ Charlie Davies had a goal and an assist and the New England Revolution clinched a playoff spot with a 3-1 victory over New York City FC on Sunday. Fifth-seeded New England (14-12-8, 50 points) will travel to face fourth-seeded D.C. United (15-13-6, 51 points) in the knockout round. New York City (1017-7, 37 points) ends its inaugural season with a three-game losing streak. Âƒ Jack McInerney scored in the 25th minute and Ethan Finlay added a pair of second-half goals a minute apart as the Columbus Crew wrapped up second place in the MLS Eastern Conference with a 5-0 victory over D.C. United. The Crew secured a first-round playoff bye and a spot in the East semifinals. Columbus led 1-0 at halftime and broke it open in the second half. Justin Meram scored in the 54th minute to make it 2-0, and Aaron Schoenfeld tallied in the 80th. Âƒ Didier Drogba scored twice inside a minute early in the second half and the Montreal Impact beat Toronto FC 2-1 in their regular-season finale to secure a home playoff date. The Impact (15-13-6) moved into third place and Toronto (15-15-4) fell to sixth in the Eastern Conference, so Montreal will be at home when the teams meet again in a playoff game. Drogba tied it in the 54th minute and gave Montreal the lead in the 55th. The 37-year-old Drogba has 11 goals in 11 games since joining the team. Âƒ Sebastien Le Toux converted a penalty kick in the 41st minute and Andre Blake earned the shutout in the Philadelphia UnionÂs 1-0 victory that knocked Orlando City out of MLS Cup playoff contention. Orlando City had faint playoff hopes going into the season finale, needing a victory and a New England Revolution loss while making up an eight-goal differential. New England beat NYC FC 3-1. With Le Toux improving to 13 for 13 on penalty kicks, the Union (10-17-7) snapped a two-game losing streak, but missed the playoffs for the fourth straight season. Âƒ Sacha Kljestan had a goal and an assist and the New York Red Bulls won the SupportersÂ Shield as Major League SoccerÂs regular-season champion with a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire. The top-seeded Red Bulls (18-106), who have a first-round bye in the Eastern Conference playoffs, won their second SupportersÂ Shield in three seasons. They also snapped a 14-game winless streak at Toyota Park. The Fire (8-20-6) finished with consecutive losses and at the bottom of the Eastern Conference. The Red Bulls struck quickly in the eighth minute. Kljestan lofted his corner kick to Sal Zizzo, who headed the ball to Bradley Wright-Phillips. Wright-Phillips was left unmarked and he easily tapped the ball in the back of the net for his 17th goal of the season. Âƒ Clint Dempsey scored two goals and assisted on another, all in the first 20 minutes of the game, as the Seattle Sounders beat Real Salt Lake 3-1 to wrap up an MLS playoff berth. The Sounders (15-13-6, 51 points) ended the regular season on an eight-game unbeaten streak (4-0-4). They have made the playoffs in all seven years of their existence. With SundayÂs other results, the Sounders are the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference. They will play host to No. 5 seed and defending MLS Cup champion Los Angeles. Âƒ Darlington Nagbe scored his fourth and fifth goals of the season to lead the Portland Timbers a 4-1 victory over the Colorado Rapids. The win, combined with other results around the league on the final day of the regular season, means Portland (15-11-8) finished in third place in the Western Conference with 53 points. The Timbers will host Sporting Kansas City in the first round of playoffs. Âƒ Dominic Dwyer scored the go-ahead goal in the 65th minute and Sporting Kansas City secured a playoff berth with a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy. Sixth-seeded Sporting Kansas City (14-11-9, 51 points) will face third-seeded Portland, while the Galaxy (14-11-9, 51 points) took the fifth seed and will play fourth-seeded Seattle.Âƒ Victor Ulloa slipped a shot underneath diving San Jose goalkeeper David Bingham in the 79th minute to give FC Dallas a 2-1 victory that eliminated the Earthquakes from the MLS Cup playoffs. FC Dallas (18-10-6) came into the match tied with the New York Red Bulls for the SupporterÂs Shield, which goes to the Major League Soccer team with the best record, but the Red Bulls, who had a better goal differential, claimed the title on the strength of their 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire. Dallas boasted a 13-2-2 record at Toyota Stadium, but needed a secondhalf comeback to claim the final home victory. Âƒ Kekuta Manneh and Kendall Waston scored in the second half and the Vancouver Whitecaps beat the Houston Dynamo 3-0 to finish second in the Western Conference. Vancouver (16-13-5) earned a first-round bye in the playoffs with the second-place finish. Houston finished 11-14-9. Âƒ Alex Morgan, Crystal Dunn and Stephanie McCaffrey scored to help the U.S womenÂs team beat Brazil 3-1 in an exhibition game before an announced crowd of 32,869 at the Orlando Citrus. For the second straight match, the U.S. team bid farewell to retiring players. Sunday was the final international match for 29-year-old U.S. midfielder Lauren Holiday and 31-year-old defender Lori Chalupny.TENNISMiskaki Doi wins 1st title at Luxembourg Open : Misaki Doi claimed her first WTA title with a 6-4, 6-7 (7), 6-0 win over Mona Barthel in the Luxembourg Open final. The 92nd-ranked Japanese player saved all five break points she faced to deny the big-hitting Barthel a fourth career title. Barthel consoled herself by winning the doubles title with fellow German Laura Siegemund. Âƒ Top-seeded Tomas Berdych won the Stockholm Open for a third time, beating American Jack Sock 7-6 (1), 6-2 in the final. Berdych didnÂt drop a set in the tournament and secured his second title of the year after winning in Shenzhen last month. Âƒ Eighth-ranked David Ferrer clinched his 26th career tournament win after rallying to defeat Steve Johnson of the United States 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 at the Erste Bank Open. The top-seeded Spaniard also improved to 5-0 in finals this season after also winning in Doha, Rio de Janeiro, Acapulco, and Kuala Lumpur. The victory has all but secured him a spot at next monthÂs season-ending ATP finals in London. Âƒ Marin Cilic retained his title at the Kremlin Cup, beating Roberto Bautista Agut 6-4, 6-4 in a repeat of last yearÂs final. Even the score was the same. Svetlana Kuznetsova won an all-Russian womenÂs final Saturday, defeating an exhausted Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-2, 6-1. Âƒ Maria Sharapova won her first match since the Wimbledon quarterfinal in a 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory against Agnieszka Radwanska at the WTA Finals.SKIINGLigety wins World Cup giant slalom : Ted Ligety of the United States won the seasonopening menÂs giant slalom for his 25th career World Cup victory. The Olympic and world champion held on to his first-run lead to beat Thomas Fanara of France by 0.15 and Marcel Hirscher of Austria by 0.17. The rest of the field finished at least 1.90 seconds off the lead. Norwegians Aksel Lund Svindal and Kjetil Jansrud, expected to be HirscherÂs closest competitors for the overall championship, finished more than four seconds off the lead in 24th and 25th respectively.GYMNASTICSBritish gymnasts soar to world-class ranks : The host British menÂs gymnastics team got off to a shaky start at the 2015 world championships in posting the top score during the first qualifying session. The Brits nished their six stops around the SSE Hydro with a total of 354.417, a good ve points ahead of Brazil in the early portion despite some shaky rotations. Daniel Purvis led all-around qualifying with a score of 88.956. Teammates Max Whitlock and Nile Wilson tied for second with totals of 88.365. Whitlock, the defending world all-around silver medalist, will advance to the finals based on a tiebreaker that dropped each gymnastÂs lowest score. NHL ROUNDUPStafford scores; Jets beat WildWINNIPEG, Manitoba Â„ Drew Stafford scored twice, Blake Wheeler had two assists and the Jets held off the Minnesota Wild 5-4 on Sunday. MinnesotaÂs Jason Zucker scored 10 seconds into the game, but then Winnipeg got Â“ve consecutive goals. Bryan Little tied it 1:22 into the Â“rst, Andrew Ladd scored about 2 minutes later and Nikolaj Ehlers made it 3-1 Jets (5-2-1) midway through the period. Stafford scored 51 seconds into the second, chasing Minnesota goalie Darcy Kuemper. Stafford scored again on Devan Dubnyk just under 4 minutes later for his team-leading Â“fth goal this season. Wheeler extended his season-opening point streak to a franchise-record eight games. Michael Hutchinson made 26 saves for Winnipeg. Mikko Koivu, Justin Fontaine and Zach Parise also scored for Minnesota (5-2-1). Rangers 4, Flames 1 : Dan Girardi broke a tie late in the second period on a night when he passed Mark Messier for 10th on the RangersÂ all-time games played list and New York beat the Calgary Flames. Oscar Lindberg, Kevin Klein and Derick Brassard also scored. The Rangers (6-2-2) have won three of their last five and earned points in all five games. Antti Raanta made 22 saves in New YorkÂs third of 17 back-to-back sets this season Â„ they lost to the Flyers in a shootout Saturday night. The Rangers have won six of their past seven against the Flames. In his 769th game with New York, Girardi scored his first this season to put the Rangers ahead 2-1 with 3:03 left in the second. Recently demoted to the third defense pairing with Keith Yandle, Girardi snuck down to the right circle and snapped a rebound of Emerson EtemÂs shot past Jonas Hiller. Jiri Hudler scored the FlamesÂ lone goal.BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSRangers rout CalgaryAP PHOTOWinnipeg JetsÂ Jacob Trouba stops a puck from sliding over the goal line after it got past goaltender Michael Hutchinson while playing against the Minnesota Wild during the rst-period Sunday in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Page 8 SP www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Monday, October 26, 2015 last in Football Bowl Subdivision in total offense. ÂIn recent weeks there has been much speculation about the head coaching position at UCF and my future plans. Hopefully this statement clariÂ“es the facts,ÂŽ OÂLeary said in a statement. ÂAfter the 2013 championship season and Fiesta Bowl win I expressed my intention to retire at that time. After signiÂ“cant discussion with the UCF administration, I reconsidered and agreed to coach two additional seasons, 2014 and 2015. The administration has always been aware of my plan to retire after this season.ÂŽ OÂLeary agreed to a contract extension in 2014 on the heels of a program-best 12-win season and Fiesta Bowl victory. ÂIn an effort to allow UCF to accelerate its search for my successor and clarify the facts regarding my future plans, I am retiring effective immediately,ÂŽ OÂLeary said. The 69-year-old coach leaves UCF with an 81-68 record. He went 0-11 in his Â“rst season at UCF in 2004, but took the Knights to their Â“rst bowl appearance in 2005. It was the Â“rst of seven bowl berths under OÂLeary. OÂLeary previously stepped down as interim athletic director on Oct. 12. UCF President John Hitt said in a statement that he expects the new coach will come from outside of the UCF program. ÂThis season has been difÂ“cult, and I support GeorgeÂs decision to retire now so our program can begin planning for the future,ÂŽ Hitt said.OÂLEARYFROM PAGE 1 COLLEGE FOOTBALL REWIND Â€ WEEK 8WEEKEND WATCHStorylines coming out of the college football weekend: SPECIAL TEAMS PLAY MEANS SOMETHING Another week produced another wild finish in college football. If nothing else, Georgia TechÂs stunning victory over Florida State on a 78-yard return of a blocked field goal as time ran out Â„ not to mention Michigan State shocking Michigan on the final play with a touchdown off a bobbled punt two weekends ago Â„ demonstrates the importance of special teams, a phase of the game that often gets shortchanged because of limitations on staff and practice time. Many schools donÂt have a full-time special teams coordinator, handing the role to an assistant with other duties. Although Georgia Tech and Michigan do. While a full-time coach doesnÂt mean youÂll never have a breakdown on special teams, one thing is for sure after the last two weeks: This often-overlooked part of the game is worthy of everyoneÂs attention. LET THE HYPE IN THE SOUTH BEGIN Alabama and LSU have navigated rugged stretches leading up to a two-week wait. Then comes what figures to be the most hyped Southeastern Conference game of the regular season. The seventh-ranked Crimson Tide and No. 4 LSU both have open dates before the big SEC West rendezvous at AlabamaÂs Bryant-Denny Stadium on Nov. 7. Both received at least one first-place vote in SundayÂs Associated Press Top 25. Now, they get a week of rest, fine tuning, extra film study Â„ and, of course, hype. The break comes at a good time before a matchup of smashmouth teams powered by big, powerful runners and top-10 rushing defenses. Alabama (7-1, 4-1) has won the last four meetings. LSU (7-0, 4-0) is the last unbeaten team in the league and powered by the nationÂs leading rusher Leonard Fournette. BUCKEYES REGAIN STRENGTH Ohio State (8-0) strengthened its season-long hold on the top spot, adding 11 first-place votes in SundayÂs balloting after rolling over Rutgers 49-7 late Saturday behind quarterback J.T. Barrett. He was nearly flawless in his first start of the season, throwing three touchdown passes and running for two scores as Ohio State extended its winning streak to 21 games. The Buckeyes head into their off week with no doubt who the starting QB will be when Minnesota comes to Columbus on Nov. 7. Facing one of the worst defenses in the Big Ten, Barrett went 14 for 18 for 223 yards and ran for 101 yards on 13 carries. After weeks of dealing with this quarterback quandary and the constant questions about it, Meyer admitted it brings him some comfort to feel as if things are somewhat settled. HOW MUCH WILL BAYLOR MISS QB? Playoff hopeful Baylor is facing a potentially huge loss as quarterback Seth Russell is set to see a specialist for a fractured bone in his neck. The extent of RussellÂs injury and the timetable for his return will not be known until after that visit, but the second-ranked Bears (7-0) will almost certainly be without the top-rated FBS passer for at least some time while headed into their toughest stretch of the season. Briles later told ESPNÂs Brett McMurphy that Russell Âwould probably be out awhile.ÂŽ With an open date before playing Nov. 5, a Thursday night at struggling Kansas State (3-4), there is extra time to prepare highly-touted freshman Jarrett Stidham as the No. 1 quarterback. Â„ The Associated Press COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD PollsTHE AP TOP 25 The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with rst-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 24, total points based on 25 points for a rstplace vote through one point for a 25thplace vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Pv 1. Ohio St. (39) 8-0 1,466 1 2. Baylor (7) 7-0 1,417 2 3. Clemson (6) 7-0 1,378 6 4. LSU (5) 7-0 1,344 5 5. TCU (3) 7-0 1,327 4 6. Michigan St. 8-0 1,250 7 7. Alabama (1) 7-1 1,163 8 8. Stanford 6-1 1,062 10 9. Notre Dame 6-1 997 11 10. Iowa 7-0 934 12 11. Florida 6-1 867 13 12. Oklahoma St. 7-0 864 14 13. Utah 6-1 838 3 14. Oklahoma 6-1 697 17 15. Michigan 5-2 666 15 16. Memphis 7-0 660 18 17. Florida St. 6-1 571 9 18. Houston 7-0 411 21 19. Mississippi 6-2 368 24 20. Toledo 7-0 365 19 21. Temple 7-0 307 22 22. Duke 6-1 274 23 23. Pittsburgh 6-1 161 25 24. UCLA 5-2 110 NR 25. Mississippi St. 6-2 103 NR Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 73, North Carolina 46, Southern Cal 33, BYU 18, Georgia 17, Wisconsin 15, Northwestern 10, Appalachian St. 6, California 5, Washington St. 2. AMWAY TOP 25 The Amway Top 25 football coaches poll, with rst-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 24, total points based on 25 points for rst place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1. Ohio St. (49) 8-0) 1557 1 2. Baylor (10) 7-0) 1488 2 3. TCU (2) 7-0) 1418 3 4. LSU (1) 7-0) 1345 5 5. Michigan St. 8-0) 1338 4 6. Clemson (1) 7-0) 1323 6 7. Alabama 7-1) 1196 8 8. Stanford 6-1) 1073 11 9. Notre Dame 6-1) 1072 10 10. Oklahoma St. 7-0) 972 12 11. Iowa 7-0) 929 13 12. Florida 6-1) 848 14 13. Oklahoma 6-1) 809 15 14. Utah 6-1) 763 7 15. Florida St. 6-1) 647 9 16. Memphis 7-0) 640 t17 17. Michigan 5-2) 611 t17 18. Duke 6-1) 393 21 19. Houston 7-0) 385 22 20. Toledo 7-0) 370 20 21. Mississippi 6-2) 354 23 22. Temple 7-0) 277 24 23. Georgia 5-2) 116 25 24. Pittsburgh 6-1) 111 NR 25. UCLA 5-2) 95 NR Others receiving votes: Texas A&M 89; Mississippi St. 70; North Carolina 55; Wisconsin 36; California 17; Navy 15; Northwestern 14; Southern California 14; Brigham Young 11; Oregon 11; Washington St. 11; Boise St. 1; Marshall 1.ScoresLATE SATURDAY SOUTH Edward Waters 26, Concordia (Ala.) 24 Liberty 45, Kennesaw St. 35 Mississippi 23, Texas A&M 3 Mississippi St. 42, Kentucky 16 EAST Ohio St. 49, Rutgers 7 SOUTHWEST Tarleton St. 84, Okla. Panhandle St. 47 W. Texas A&M 24, Texas A&M-Kingsville 14 WEST Azusa Pacic 56, S. Dakota Tech 27 Boise St. 34, Wyoming 14 Chapman 49, Cal Lutheran 21 Colorado 17, Oregon St. 13 Portland St. 38, Cal Poly 35 Sacramento St. 38, Idaho St. 13 San Diego 45, Warner 14 Southern Cal 42, Utah 24 Stanford 31, Washington 14 Troy 52, New Mexico St. 7Schedule(Subject to change)THURSDAYNorth Carolina at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Texas St. at Georgia Southern, 7:30 p.m. W. Michigan at E. Michigan, 7:30 p.m. Bualo at Miami (Ohio), 7:30 p.m. West Virginia at TCU, 7:30 p.m. Oregon at Arizona St., 10:30 p.m.FRIDAYEast Carolina at UConn, 7 p.m. Louisville at Wake Forest, 7 p.m. Dartmouth at Harvard, 7:30 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Rice, 8 p.m. Wyoming at Utah St., 10:15 p.m.SATURDAYSTATE South Florida at Navy, Noon Syracuse at Florida St., Noon UCF at Cincinnati, Noon Jacksonville at Dayton, 1 p.m. San Diego at Stetson, 1 p.m. Bethune-Cookman at Delaware St., 2 p.m. FIU at FAU, 3:30 p.m. Georgia vs. Florida at Jacksonville, Fla., 3:30 p.m. NC A&T at Florida A&M, 5 p.m. Miami at Duke, 7 p.m. SOUTH Mississippi at Auburn, Noon W. Kentucky at Old Dominion, Noon Warner at ETSU, 1 p.m. Savannah St. at Howard, 1 p.m. Monmouth (NJ) at Kennesaw St., 1 p.m. Drake at Morehead St., 1 p.m. Hampton at SC State, 1:30 p.m. Woord at VMI, 1:30 p.m. W. Carolina at Chattanooga, 2 p.m. E. Kentucky at Jacksonville St., 2 p.m. E. Illinois at Murray St., 2 p.m. Norfolk St. at NC Central, 2 p.m. Gardner-Webb at Presbyterian, 2 p.m. Mercer at The Citadel, 2 p.m. UTEP at Southern Miss., 2:30 p.m. Campbell at Davidson, 3 p.m. Furman at Samford, 3 p.m. Austin Peay at Tennessee St., 3 p.m. Georgia Tech at Virginia, 3 p.m. Alabama St. at Alabama A&M, 3:30 p.m. Troy at Appalachian St., 3:30 p.m. Marshall at Charlotte, 3:30 p.m. Clemson at NC State, 3:30 p.m. Albany (NY) at Richmond, 3:30 p.m. Northwestern St. at Nicholls St., 4 p.m. James Madison at William & Mary, 4 p.m. Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette, 5 p.m. Jackson St. at MVSU, 5 p.m. Alcorn St. at Southern U., 5 p.m. Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern, 7 p.m. Tulane at Memphis, 7 p.m. Tennessee at Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. EAST Robert Morris at CCSU, Noon Wagner at Duquesne, Noon Butler at Marist, Noon Illinois at Penn St., Noon Sacred Heart at St. Francis (Pa.), Noon Elon at Stony Brook, Noon Virginia Tech at Boston College, 12:30 p.m. Penn at Brown, 12:30 p.m. Georgetown at Lehigh, 12:30 p.m. Fordham at Colgate, 1 p.m. Rhode Island at New Hampshire, 1 p.m. Columbia at Yale, 1 p.m. Bryant at Holy Cross, 1:05 p.m. Delaware at Towson, 2 p.m. Bucknell at Lafayette, 3:30 p.m. Cornell at Princeton, 3:30 p.m. Maine at Villanova, 7:30 p.m. Notre Dame at Temple, 8 p.m. MIDWEST Nebraska at Purdue, Noon Rutgers at Wisconsin, Noon UMass at Ball St., 1 p.m. Indiana St. at Illinois St., 1 p.m. Cent. Michigan at Akron, 2 p.m. South Dakota at N. Iowa, 2 p.m. Montana St. at North Dakota, 2 p.m. Tennessee Tech at SE Missouri, 2 p.m. Youngstown St. at W. Illinois, 2 p.m. N. Dakota St. at S. Illinois, 3 p.m. S. Dakota St. at Missouri St., 3 p.m. Oklahoma at Kansas, 3:30 p.m. Maryland at Iowa, 3:30 p.m. Texas at Iowa St., 7 p.m. Michigan at Minnesota, 7 p.m. SOUTHWEST South Carolina at Texas A&M, Noon Ark.-Pine Blu at Prairie View, 2 p.m. College of Faith at Texas Southern, 2 p.m. Lamar at Houston Baptist, 3 p.m. McNeese St. at Abilene Christian, 3:30 p.m. Oklahoma St. at Texas Tech, 3:30 p.m. UT Martin at Arkansas, 4 p.m. Tulsa at SMU, 4 p.m. Incarnate Word at Stephen F. Austin, 4 p.m. Vanderbilt at Houston, 7 p.m. UTSA at North Texas, 7 p.m. Georgia St. at Arkansas St., 8 p.m. SE Louisiana at Cent. Arkansas, 8 p.m. WEST Colorado at UCLA, 3 p.m. Southern Cal at California, 3 p.m. Weber St. at E. Washington, 3:05 p.m. San Diego St. at Colorado St., 3:30 p.m. Boise St. at UNLV, 3:30 p.m. Montana at Portland St., 5:05 p.m. Oregon St. at Utah, 7 p.m. Idaho at New Mexico St., 8 p.m. Air Force at Hawaii, 10:30 p.m. Stanford at Washington St., 10:30 p.m. Arizona at Washington, 11 p.m.StandingsMID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA NC A&T 4 0 161 62 6 1 250 129 Beth.-Cook. 4 1 160 125 6 2 223 226 NC Central 3 1 112 91 4 3 198 185 SC State 3 1 133 34 4 3 185 99 Hampton 3 2 123 105 4 4 193 196 Morgan St. 3 2 116 62 4 4 198 192 Norfolk St. 2 2 91 112 2 5 121 244 Savannah St. 1 3 74 150 1 5 96 267 FAMU 1 3 92 113 1 6 130 252 Delaware St. 0 4 33 122 0 7 89 230 Howard 0 5 68 187 0 7 68 312 PATRIOT LEAGUE Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Fordham 3 0 141 90 7 1 331 239 Colgate 2 0 48 27 3 4 142 195 Georgetown 2 1 68 33 4 4 156 180 Lehigh 1 1 63 69 3 4 180 238 Holy Cross 1 2 97 78 3 4 211 151 Bucknell 0 2 19 38 3 4 104 121 Lafayette 0 3 14 115 1 7 72 274 PIONEER LEAGUE Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Dayton 4 0 111 64 7 0 193 128 Jacksonville 3 1 115 84 6 1 201 140 San Diego 3 1 107 46 5 2 200 118 Morehead St. 3 1 125 78 4 3 200 177 Drake 3 2 117 85 4 4 179 188 Butler 2 2 108 92 4 3 207 168 Marist 2 2 87 70 3 4 128 148 Campbell 2 3 101 89 4 4 190 135 Stetson 1 4 74 139 2 5 130 209 Valparaiso 1 4 83 188 2 6 182 296 Davidson 0 4 52 145 1 6 87 256 THE LAST WORDStats, streaks and stars you might have missed during the weekend as compiled from the SunÂs wire services: Key Numbers0 The number of undefeated teams left in the Pac-12, the only major conference without an undefeated team.6 The number of first-place votes received by Clemson this week, a season-best for the third-ranked Tigers.8 The number of days until the first College Football Playoff rankings are released (Nov. 3).75Career rushing TDs by NavyÂs Keenan Reynolds, two short of the NCAA record set by WisconsinÂs Montee Ball from 2009-2012Honor rollLuke Falk , Washington State, threw for 514 yards and hit Gabe Marks on four of his five touchdown passes, helping the resurgent Cougars beat Arizona 45-42. Chase Edmonds, Fordham, ran for a school-record 347 yards and accounted for four TDs in a 59-42 win over Lehigh. Cooper Kupp , Eastern Washington, set school records with 20 catches for 275 yards in a 43-41 win over Northern Colorado. Scott Hosch , Harvard, threw for a career-high 437 yards and two TDs to help the Crimson beat Princeton 42-7.Parting shotÂI go from yelling Âget away from itÂ to Ârun, run, run,ÂÂŽ Paul Johnson Georgia Tech coach on the teamÂs game-winning return of a blocked field goal on the final play against Florida StateACC in perilFlorida StateÂs loss takes some of the luster off what is likely to still be the biggest game in the ACC this season. Florida State goes to No. 6 Clemson (7-0) on Nov. 7. ItÂs a game that could still decide the Atlantic Division, but instead of determining the ACCÂs leading playoff contender, it could help knock the conference out of the playoff altogether.Headline makersIn less than two weeks, Southern California went from the depths of a coachÂs firing to the heights of a wild celebration after beating the No. 3 team in the nation. Most of these Trojans have been on a roller coaster from the day they joined this storied but troubled program. This particular peak sent them soaring over mighty Utah. Cameron Smith returned the second of his three interceptions 54 yards for a touchdown, and USC knocked the third-ranked Utes from the unbeaten ranks with a 42-24 victory. Ronald Jones II, Justin Davis and fullback Soma Vainuku rushed for scores to help the Trojans (4-3, 2-2 Pac-12) snap their two-game skid and earn a victory for interim coach Clay Helton in his debut game at the Coliseum.AP PHOTOSouthern Cal linebacker Jabari Run, center, celebrates with his team after they defeated Utah on Saturday. place after a season concludes,ÂŽ said Miami athletic director Blake James, who told Golden of the decision Sunday night. ÂHowever, in this instance, all of our interests are best served by moving forward and looking ahead, not behind.ÂŽ Golden went 32-25 with the Hurricanes and 17-18 in Atlantic Coast Conference play, his entire stint marred by an NCAA investigation and subsequent fallout caused by things that happened before he arrived in Coral Gables. His last game with Miami was a 58-0 loss to then-No. 6 Clemson, a result that had fans booing from the stands and calling for his departure Â„ as many angrily had for some time. Miami (4-3, 1-2) plays at Duke on Saturday night. The Hurricanes are scheduled to resume practice Tuesday. James said he would begin a search for the next coach Âin due time,ÂŽ adding that he thought Golden Âhas led our program through some very difÂ“cult times and he has done so with class, integrity and a true desire to see our students succeed on the Â“eld, in the classroom and in the community.ÂŽ Golden did not return a call seeking comment. He met with his team for a Â“nal time Sunday evening. ÂHe did so much for this University,ÂŽ Miami safety Dallas Crawford wrote on Twitter late Sunday. ÂDoesnÂt matter how many games the next coach wins heÂll still be winning with GoldenÂs team.ÂŽ Golden, who played for Joe Paterno at Penn State, is 59-59 in parts of 10 seasons as a coach. He helped revitalize TempleÂs program in his Â“rst opportunity as a coach, and then replaced Randy Shannon at Miami. The Hurricanes climbed to No. 7 in the AP Top 25 for a stretch in 2013, but have not Â“nished a season in the national rankings since the 2009 campaign. ÂHe helped us weather a challenging time early in his tenure and he has always acted with class and integrity,ÂŽ Stuart Miller, the chair of MiamiÂs board of trustees, said to other trustees Sunday night in an email obtained by The Associated Press. ÂWe have many off the Â“eld achievements to be proud of.ÂŽ On the Â“eld, that was a different story. Miami is moving on. Golden will simply be moving. He was dogged by players transferring out of Miami, big-time recruits from talent-rich South Florida often deciding to play elsewhere and having teams with obvious talent not winning enough. And he was a lightning rod for criticism for much of his time with the Hurricanes. Eventually, enough was enough. ÂAnybody thatÂs in coaching realizes that youÂre always just a step away,ÂŽ Duke coach David Cutcliffe said Sunday.GOLDENFROM PAGE 1 AP PHOTOAl Golden, foreground, arrives at Sun Life Stadium, in Miami Gardens, for the last time as coach of the University of Miami on Saturday, prior to the blowout loss to Clemson. Golden was red Sunday with four years remaining on his contract. Where Shopping Makes Cents charlottecountychamber.org adno=50487637
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 1 TM 105SabalLn Engl ewood, FL 34223 Si ngl eFami l y Home 2Bedrooms 2Bat hsLi st i ngPri ce$274, 900 Sol dFor$260, 00 St ayonTopofSal esandPri ces i n YOUR Nei ghborhood!Checkt heLi st i ngsi nAREAPROPERTYTRANSFERS EverySat urdayi nYourSunNewspaper`s RealEst at eCl assi f i edSect i on www. suncl assi f i eds. com 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE ONLY4. 5%COMMISSION!WhenYouLi stYour HomeWi t hMe. MustMent i on Thi sAd.JeffRunyan9419792843SearchMLSat jeffshooklineandsinker. comRe/ MaxPal m PEACERI VERESTATE Spect acul arvi ewsf r om t heobser vat i ondecksi nt hi s 9k( underai r )sqf thomeon 2. 6ac.3+BR/5BA/3+gar , medi a,exer ci se,r ecr ms, pool&sauna.Deepwat er , 45kl i f t .Justmi ns.t o downt own.$1, 499, 000JEFFZI EMER9416260696 ROBYNSI GURDSON9416629636 PUNTAGORDABur ntSt or e Meadows,FSBO,Readyt o MoveI n,3/2/2,NewA/C, Pai nt&Car pet .Lar geLanai , St or mShut t er s. $158, 900. $155, 00. 94157562179416615974 Sei zet hesales withClassi fie d! 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE VENICE BEAUTIFUL,Shaded 2br/ 2ba+Den/ 2cg,1500 sfhome.GreatRoom+ at t acheddi ni ngarea. NewroofandAC,Pool $235, 0009414977175 LOCATI ON. . .LOCATI ON FREEMERCHANDI SEADS! ! Topl aceaFREE mer chandi seadgot o: suncl assi f i eds. com andpl aceyourad. Â“Cl i ckonCl i ckHer et oPl ace YourAdNowÂ” andf ol l owt hepr ompt s. FREEadsar ef or mer chandi seUNDER$500. andt headmustbepl aced onl i nebyyou.Onei t emper ad,t headmustbe3l i nesor l ess,pr i cemustappear i nt head.Youradwi l lappear onl i ne&i npr i ntf or7days! Somer est r i ct i onsdoappl y. LI MI T5FREEADS PERWEEK **EveryoneNeeds t oRegi st eron OurNewSi t e** NeedToPl acea Cl assi f i edAd? Ent eryourcl assi f i edadandpay wi t hyourcredi tcard 24hoursaday,7daysweek.ssi NORTHPORT,4755Kenvi l Dr ,3/2/2PoolHomebui l ti n 03'on2. 9acr esonaWat er way.Upgr adedAppl i ances. 12x20Shed,Lot sofRoomf or BoatorRVPar ki ng,Cl oset o 41.$299, 900ByOwner , ByAppt .9414295533. CLASSIFIE D ADSSELL 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE THELANDI NGSAT CORALCREEK,Seawar d OPENHOUSE1 05 Open1 05MS1 1 4Sunday 2392252673 3story/ 2mastersui tesÂ–3 bathsÂ–denÂ–tandem4car gar age.1 0325Longshor eRoad, Pl aci da,Uni t1 9 2, 275Squar eFeet-$279, 984 ADRHORTONCOMPANY THELANDI NGSAT CORALCREEK,Seawar d OPENHOUSE1 05 Open1 05MS1 1 4Sunday 2392252673 3story/ 2mastersui tes/ 3 baths/ den/ tandem4cargar age 1 0330Longshor eRoad, Pl aci da,Uni t1 8( model ) 2, 275Squar eFeet-$289, 605 ADRHORTONCOMPANY ARCADI A FORSALEBYOWNERChar mi ng3bd/2baon1acr e. 2500sfqui etset t i ng,cl oset o Wal mart .Tot al l yupdat ed,2 newcent r alA/C,woodf l oor s, f i r epl ace.Li vi ngr oom,Di ni ng r oom,f ami l yr oom&of f i ce. $169, 0009545473738 DEEPCREEK-3/2. 5/2Lake Fr ontPoolHomewi t h St unni ngSunr i ses/Sunset s. Scr eenedFoyerandBr i ck PaverPat i oWel comeYout o t hi sRemodel ed,Spi l tFl oor Pl anHomei nGol fCour se Communi t y.$314, 900. Shar onKerr9412867315 Col dwel lBankerSunst arReal t y GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! ENGLEWOOD 931Capl esSt r eet BahaVi st aCommuni t y 2/2/2w/Lanai ,Fami l yRoom, Lar geYar dw/Fence,Shut t er s, Gal l eySt yl eKi t chen. 1, 500+SqFt.FSBO $180, 0009414830866 ENGLEWOODBayshoreDr . FSBO3/2/2ht dpool , seperat eMot heri nLaw house&gardenshopon2 acres.Cal l9414752474 SOUTHGULFCOVE, Open1 05MS1 1 5Sunday DentonModel941 21 4861 0 1 5359AncelCi r cl e PortCharl otteÂ–4/ 2/ 2 231 9Sq.Ft.$202, 51 5 EXPRESSHOMES, ADRHORTONCOMPANY SOUTHGULFCOVE, Open1 05MS1 1 5Sunday Cai rnModel941 21 4861 0 1 01 1 3LongBeachStr eet PortCharl otteÂ–4/ 2/ 2 2090Sq.Ft. $1 94, 240 EXPRESSHOMES, ADRHORTONCOMPANY 1010 OPEN HOUSE 10/26/15 BAYINDIESRESORT COMMUNITYCOMESEEWHAT OURLIFESTYLE HASTOOFFER!950Ri dgewoodAvenue Veni ce,FL34285 9414855444 AgedQual i f i ed OPENHOUSE! SATURDAY10AM2PM BUYERS. . . . . 30%ofthe Commi ssi onIEarnwi l l bePai dto YOU! -Cal lforDetai l s-JohnMagnin,Realtor 941-916-1422 TheMagninGroup.com SUNREALTY 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 117Sport smanRoad, $229, 000.Cal lt oFi nd OutWhatYourHomei s Wort hi nThi sMarket . TerryLongÂ–Al ways LongOnServi ce! 9418302347Kel l er Wi l l i amsReal t yGol d SELLI NGYOURHOME, CONDO, ORLOT? WECANHELPYOU. Advert i seyourhome, condo,orl otwi t husand reachover150, 000 readersi nCharl ot t e, Sarasot a,&DeSot o Count i esandonl i ne everyday. Askaboutour 90dayspeci al . Cal loneofour cl assi f i edexpert sf or al lt hedet ai l sat 8664631638 Real t orsWel come! 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 ! 1000REAL ESTATEÂ“We Ar e Pl edged To The Let t er And Spi r i t of U. S. Pol i cy For The Achi eve ment Of Equal Housi ng Opport uni t y Thr oughout The Nat i on. We Encour age And Support An Af f i rmat i ve Advert i si ng And Mar ket i ng Pr ogr am I n Whi ch t her e Ar e No Barri ers To Obt ai ni ng Housi ng Because of Race, Col or , Rel i gi on, Sec, Handi cap, Fami l i al St at us Or Nat i onal Or i gi n. Â” 1010 OPEN HOUSE 14564FRI ZZELLRD ELJ OBEANOpenByAppt .onl y! Wat erf rontI ncomepropert y. I mmedi at eharbor access,100f tconcret e seawal lwi t hdavi t s. Rent sal lyear .2Bed2 Bat h2004bui l tmodul ar homet ur nkeyf ur ni shed.aski ng$199, 000MAKEOFFER FLAGOLFPROPERTI ESI NC 9416984653 357REDWOODRD. OPENBYAPPT.ONLYTHI SLOVELY4/2/2HOMEI NVENI CEGARDENSHASAGREATOPENFLOORPLAN,PLENTYOFSUNLI GHT,NEWKI TCHENWI THSSAPPLI ANCESANDGRANI TETHESPI LTBEDROOMFLOOR PLAN,ALLOWSFORPEACE,QUI TEANDTRANQUI LLY. IPROMI SEYOUWON'TBE DI SAPPOI NTED!$239, 900. DEBRAA.VI LLARIBERKSHI REHATHAWAYHOMESERVI CESFLORI DAREALTYCELL: 6094584627 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 1000REAL ESTATEÂ“We Ar e Pl edged To The Let t er And Spi r i t of U. S. Pol i cy For The Achi eve ment Of Equal Housi ng Opport uni t y Thr oughout The Nat i on. We Encour age And Support An Af f i rmat i ve Advert i si ng And Mar ket i ng Pr ogr am I n Whi ch t her e Ar e No Barri ers To Obt ai ni ng Housi ng Because of Race, Col or , Rel i gi on, Sec, Handi cap, Fami l i al St at us Or Nat i onal Or i gi n. Â” REAL EST A TE 1010 16501010Open House 1015 Real Est at e Auct i ons 1020Homes/General For Sale 1030Water fr ont Homes For Sal e 1031 For ecl osur es For Sal e 1035 Gol f Cour se Communi t y For Sal e 1040Condos/Vi l l as For Sal e 1060Townhouses For Sal e 1070Dupl exes For Sal e 1075Tr i Pl ex For Sal e 1080Apart ment s For Sal e 1090Mobi l e Homes For Sal e 1100I nt er val Owner shi p 1100 Out of Ar ea Homes For Sal e 1115Tr ade/Exchange 1120Want ed To Buy RENT 1205 Lease Opt i on 1210 Homes 1240Condos/V illas 1280 Townhouses 1300Duplexes 1320Apar tments 1330Hotel/Motel 1340Mobile Homes 1345Mi sc. Rent al s 1350Ef ficiencies 1360Room ToRent 1370Rent al s To Shar e 1390Vacation/Seasona l 1420Wanted To Rent LOTS 1500Lot s & Acr eage 1515Water fr ont 1520Out Of Ar ea Lot s 1530Commer ci al Lot s 1540Trade/Exchange BUSINESS 1600Business For Sal e 1610Busi ness Rent al s 1615I ncome Pr opert y 1620 Commer ci al / I ndust r i al Pr op. 1640War ehouse & St or age 1650Farm/Ranches
Page 2The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 adno=3229688 C a n Â’ t g e t e n o u g h C a n Â’ t g e t e n o u g h CanÂ’t get enough F o o t b a l l ? F o o t b a l l ? Football? K i c k o f f y o u r w e e k e n d s K i c k o f f y o u r w e e k e n d s Kick off your weekends w i t h t h e S u n Â’ s E E d i t i o n w i t h t h e S u n Â’ s E E d i t i o n with the SunÂ’s E-Edition b o n u s s e c t i o n s ! b o n u s s e c t i o n s ! bonus sections! S a t u r d a y S a t u r d a y Saturday 1 6 p a g e c o l l e g e 1 6 p a g e c o l l e g e 16-pagecollege f o o t b a l l p r e v i e w f o o t b a l l p r e v i e w football preview 1 2 p a g e N F L p r e v i e w 1 2 p a g e N F L p r e v i e w 12-page NFL preview S u n d a y S u n d a y Sunday 8 p a g e c o l l e g e 8 p a g e c o l l e g e 8-pagecollege f o o t b a l l r e c a p f o o t b a l l r e c a p football recap M o n d a y M o n d a y Monday 6 p a g e N F L r e c a p 6 p a g e N F L r e c a p 6-page NFL recap A l r e a d y a s u b s c r i b e r ? A l r e a d y a s u b s c r i b e r ? Already a subscriber? T h e n y o u g e t a l l t h i s a t n o T h e n y o u g e t a l l t h i s a t n o Then you get all this at no a d d i t i o n a l c o s t ! a d d i t i o n a l c o s t ! additional cost! H o m e d e l i v e r y s u b s c r i b e r s c a n H o m e d e l i v e r y s u b s c r i b e r s c a n Home delivery subscribers can a c t i v a t e t h e i r E E d i t i o n a c c o u n t a c t i v a t e t h e i r E E d i t i o n a c c o u n t activate their E-Edition account b y c a l l i n g 9 4 1 2 0 6 1 3 0 0 b y c a l l i n g 9 4 1 2 0 6 1 3 0 0 by calling 941-206-1300 YourSun. com 1040 CONDOS/ VI LLAS FOR SALE PUNTAGORDAISLES VIVANTEBeaut i fulTop Fl oor2br+Den/ 2. 5ba Wat erfrontCondo 2106sf +gar/ l anai .2pool s,Tenni s, Fi t ness,$399, 900. Owner / Agent9412686820 PUNTAGORDA BURNTSTOREI SLES 2/2/2Pl usDenVi l l aHi gh Cei l i ngs,Ti l e&Wood Lami nat eFl oor s.$182, 000. OwnerSays"MakeOff er" Mari eSel l i t t o,9416263770 Col dwel lBankerSunst ar Fi shermen` sVi l l ageOff i ce PUNTAGORDA Manat eeAl ert ! ! ! PGI /Tar ponCoveCondo 3/2w/13kLb.BoatLi f t Di r ectToHar bor$460, 000 Sel l erFi nanci ngAvai l abl e MacksDi l l on,SunReal t y 9419163022 To Advert i se i n The Showcase of Homes Pl ease Cal l 866-463-1638 or Emai l ; speci al @sunnewspapers. net VENICE Â“InBeaut i fulBi rdBayVi l l ageÂ” Pool s,Tenni s,Gol f, Cl ubhouse,Gym, Li brary,Act i vi t i es! 2/ 22ndFl r .Gol fCourse $163, 900. 2/ 22ndFl r .Wat erfront $175, 000. 3/ 21stFl r .VeryPri vat e $215, 000. 3/ 22ndFl r .Wat erfront $229, 000. 2/ 2Wat erfront $179, 900. 2/ 2Sal tWat erLagoon $185, 000. Ot hersAvai l abl e!Cal l9414854804 AVAILABLENOW! EXCELLENTVALUE! ADVERTISE In TheClassifi e ! 1090 MOBI LE HOMES FOR SALE VENI CEFur ni shed1/1w/Enc l . Lanaii nGat edCampVeni ceRe t r eat .Pool ,Cl ubhouse,Boa t RampETC!$38K9414801333 VENICERANCH MOBILE HOMEESTATESWALKI NG DI STANCETO PUBLI X&CVS NoDogs,Cat sok! Cal lJane9414885672 www. Veni ceRanch. com 55+ LotRent al Communi t y! 1040 CONDOS/ VI LLAS FOR SALE HARBORTOWNMARI NA CAPEHAZEÂ–PLACI DAOPEN HOUSESAT&SUN14PM I mpr essi ve,l ar ge1/ 1i nmar i naon I CW.Near360degr eewat er vi ews.Heat edpool / spa, f ul l y equi ppedki t chenw/ bar , l aundr y ,scr eenedl anai .Qui ck accesst oGul fbeaches.Rest aur ant s, f i shi ng,boat i ngj ustst eps f r omyourdoor .Decor at orf ur ni shedr esi dence,vacat i on home,car ef r eewi nt err et r eator r ent alw/ gr eatr ent alhi st or y . Onl y$189, 900.Petf r i endl y . 941-7690200 NORTHPORTCONDO MOSTDESI RABLE,SANTALUCI ALUXURYMODEL,THI S LOVELY2B/2BSPLI TFLOOR PLAN,ENDUNI TCONDO. EATI NKI TCHENWI THLOTSOFSUNLI GHT,LGMASTERSUI TE,WI THSLI DERTOATI LED BALCONY,GREATFORWATCHI NG SUNSETSI.THEMASTERBATH FEATURESDOUBLESI NKSAND SHOWER.SECONDBEDROOM WI THPRI VATEBATH.EXTRA I NSTALLATI ONFORCOST EFFECTI VENESSLOTSOF STORAGE,THI SGATED, MAI NTENANCEFREE,COMMU-NI TYFEATURES,AHEATEDPOOL,WI THCABANAANDGRI LL FORLOTSOFENTERTAI NI NG. DON'TDELAYMAKEYOUR APPOI NTMENTTODAY! ! ! 6094584627 P. C.HERI TAGEOAKSPARK CONDO3/21STf l oor ,cor ner uni t ,Ful lt i l e,Cr ownWi ndows, Lakevi ew,Cover edparki ng, Grani t et ops,Eat i nki t chen, Cl ubhouseandPool .Aski ng $175, 0009413809067 PUT CLASSIFIED S TOWORK FORYOU!FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! PORTCHARLOTTE2/2 Court yar dVi ew,Pool&Tenni s Court s,Pr omenadesWest . Gl assDoorsonBal cony $80, 0008595769701 PUNTAGORDA BurntSt oreVi l l a 5001SanRoccoCt . Beaut i f ul3/2/2EndUni t Vi ewofGol fCour se! $189, 000. 8053689967 PUNTAGORDA Ful l yFur ni shed3Bdr m/2Bat h Wat erf r ontCondoi nGat ed Communi t y!OpenFl oorPl an, Lr g.Ki t chen,For malDi ni ng Ar ea.Communi t yPool& Cl ubhouse.$265, 000. DebSest i l i o9413911873 Col dwel lBankerSunst ar Fi shermen` sVi l l ageOff i ce 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE PUNTAGORDAhome,2000 sq.f tapx.wi t hheat edencl osed pool .3/2.Ti l et hr oughout .New grani t eki t chen.Cat hedralcei l i ngsi nl i vi ngr oom&f ami l y r oom.$235KCal lowner9419799974.Addi t i onalpi ct ur es avai l abl euponr equest . PUNTAGORDA PRI CEDTOSELL! 5/3. 5/2Showst opperi nt he Cr eeksi deCommuni t y.2756sf w/1Mast eron1stFl r .&1on 2ndFl r .LOTSofEXTRAS! Fenced&Secur e.$243, 900. El ai neMart i n Col dwel lBankerSunst ar Fi shermen` sVi l l ageOff i ce 9416614800 1030 WATERFRONTHOMES PORTCHARLOTTESpect acul ar4400sfcust omRut enber g dr eamhomew/160f tofsai l boatwat erf r ontandani ncr edi bl el i stofl uxur i ousupgr ades! Tr ul yi ncompar abl e!$950, 000 JohnLi t t l ej ohn,Col dwel l BankerRes,9413805354 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! NORTHPORTGULFACCESS! 6447Ot i sRd. ,DECEI VI NGLY SPACI OUS!2000SFunderai r ! 5bedr ooms!For mall i vi ng/di ni ng+f ami l yr oomandFl ori da r oom.Ful l yf encedbackyar d. Dock.NewAC.El ect r i ct ot al l y updat ed.Al lt i l e( nocarpet ) ! Jacuzzi !Hur r i caneshut t er s! Somuchf orsol i t t l e$185, 000 Pat t yGi l l espi e RE/MAXAnchor9418752755 1035 GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY NORTHPORT1602BOBCATTRAI L,FORTHOSEWHOVALUE EXCELLENCE!BEAUTI FUL,TOTALL Y UPDATED,EXCEPTI ONALL YWELL-PLANNED3, 338SFCUSTOMARTHURRUTENBERG,3-BEDROOMPLUSDEN/OF-FI CE,312/BATH,HEATEDPOOLHOME WI THFORMALLI VI NGROOMANDDI NI NG ROOM,PLUSFAMI L YROOMANDBREAK-FASTNOOK,2-CARSI DE-ENTRYGARAGE,ONLUXURI OUSL YLANDSCAPEDOVER-SI ZEDLOTON15THHOLEOFGOLF COURSE.GASFI REPLACE.FABULOUS KI TCHEN!QUALI TYDETAI LEDFEATURES THROUGHOUT!$470, 000. Pat t yGi l l espi e RE/MAXAnchor9418752755 1040 CONDOS/ VI LLAS FOR SALE COASTALCAPEHAZECONDO St unni ng,spaci ous,l i kenew, 2B/ 2BA.Mi nut est obeach/ bay , gat edA+r esor tl i vi ngw/ l avi sh ameni t i es:heat edpool / spa,f i t nesscent er ,t enni s,vol l eybal l , execut i vest yl ecl ubhouse/ bar andmor e.Al uxur i ousr esi dence,vacat i onhome,car ef r ee wi nt err et r eatorr ent alw/ gr eat r ent alhi st or y .Lowt axes/ f ees. Petf r i endl y ,onl y$169, 900. 9417690200.
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 3 1390 VACATI ON/ SEASONAL RENTALS CAPEHAZERESORTCONDO Beaut i f ul , spaci ous, 2B/ 2BA, Absol ut el yl i kenewdecor at or f ur ni shedcondoi ngat edcoast al r esor t . Beach/ bayacr ossst r eet . Heat edpool / spa, gym, t enni s& muchmor ef r om$2, 600/ mo. Avai l t hr uFeb. Cal l9417690200 PT.CHARLOTTENEWER 3BR/ 2BA November$1, 200/ mo December$1, 500/ mo JanMarch$3, 500/ mo ( Pl usel ect ri c)9412238019 NEEDAJOB? CHECKTHE CLASSIFIEDS! 1210 HOMES FOR RENT NORTHPORT2731Soprano Cl ean3/2/2,Lanai .Ext raLo t Behi ndf orRV,BoatorPri vacy . $1, 295mo,Dep.4197334190 PORTCHARLOTTE3/1/1 Ti l e,Cl ean,CHA,Cl ose t oeveryt hi ng.$850. mo 1stl ast+sec9419161535 Rent al s&Propert y Management www. f l ori darpm. com ( 941) 6291121 RealLi vi ng Al lFl ori daReal t y 1240 CONDOS/ VI LLAS FOR RENT PUNTAGORDAI sl es,2/2 Pool ,W/D,BoatDock,Annua l Lease$950/mo,wat eri nc l . NoPet s.Cal l9412685339 1350 EFFI CI ENCI ES FOR RENT HARBOURHEI GHTScl oset o r i ver ,newl yr enovat edef f i ci en ci eswcabl e&i nt er net ,Sunny br ookMot el9416256400 1210 HOMES FOR RENT ENGLEWOOD: 3/ 2/ 2Lg.poolt i l e,st ai nl ess st eelappl s,gr ani t e$1500. Lg.2/ 1Newl yupdat ed Li vRm,FamRm&Encl .l anai onCanal$1100WESTCOASTPROPERTY Mgmt9414730718www. rent al sf l ori da. net PORTCHARLOTTE3/2/1 CagedPool ,Gr ani t e&Ti l e, Col l i ngswoodar ea. $1350/moConni eNowel l BHHSFLReal t y 9416280949 Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve Bi gBuc Bi gBuc ks ks Shoppi ng Shoppi ng Cl assi fi eds! Cl assi fi eds! 1210 HOMES FOR RENT ADVANTAGE REALTYI NC.$1850. . 3/ 2/ 2Pool&Lawni ncl . . ROT $1450. . . 3/ 2/ 2LawnSer v. . . . . . . . ENG $1300. . . . 3/ 2/ 21734SqFt . . . . . . . . ROT $1000. . . . 3/ 1. 5/ CP1427SqFt . . . . NP $800. . . . . 2/ 1/ 11025SqFt . . . . . . . . . . . . NP9412550760 8009405033 eraport charl ot t e. com LETUSRENTYOURHOME AgentAvai l abl eOn Weekends PUTCLASSFIEDS TOWORK FORYOU! FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! 1210 HOMES FOR RENT NORTHPORT 3/2/1JockeyCl ub$875 3/2/2FencedYard$1200 LAKESUZY 3/2/2LawnCareI ncd$1350 ROTONDAWEST 3/2/2Wat erf ront /pool$1400 PUNTAGORDA 2/2Vi st aDelLar go$875W E N EED R ENTAL L I STI NGS FULLPROPERTYLI STONLI NEwww. al marrent al s. com9416271465 8009643095LETUSMANAGEYOURPROPERTY Al marRent al s &Management Servi ces Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve Bi gBuc Bi gBuc ks ks Shoppi ng Shoppi ng Cl assi fi eds! Cl assi fi eds! 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE 2004PALMHARBOR Tr i pl eWi de2/2+BonusRoom i n55+Communi t ywi t h9hol e Gol fCour sei nAr cadi a. Newt opofl i neSt ai nl essAppl i anceswi t hwar r ant y,NewCar pet ,A/CandWat erSof t ener . Lot sofupgr ades.Cal l9418753517ForAppt . NEW3/2Dbl Wi deDel i ver ed &Set UponYourLotw/ Ski rt i ng,St eps&Ai r !Onl y $51, 495.+Tax.Fi nanci ng ForALLCr edi tScor esAvai l ! Pr est i geHomes,Punt aGor da 9416371122 Advertise Today!
Page 4The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 2050 SKI LLEDTRADES HEAVYAUTOBODYTECH, ForBusyBodyShop. Sal ar yBasedonExper i ence. MustHaveOwnTool s& Tr ansport at i on.MonFr i85 Cal l9412555967 MECHANI CFULLTI ME SMALLENGI NE& TRUCKworkon2cycl e, 4st roke,f l eetoft rucks andt rai l ers.Wel di ng.Mus t beorgani zed. HI REonBONUS Cal l9416288079 MOVERS/DRI VERS MustHaveDL.5Year sExp. Requi r edi nt heMovi ng Busi ness,I nSt at eOnl y. Pl easeCal l9414742934 PLUMBERQual i fi ed and experi enced i nal lareasof Pl umbi ng.Nowaccept i ng appl i cat i ons.9416136785 RESTORATI ON&CONSTRUCTI ONTECHNI CI ANS Busy24hrI nsur ance Rest or at i onCompanyseeki ng exper i encedPAI NTERS, CARPENTERS,DRYWALL I NSTALLERSwi t hText ur eEx per i ence,PunchoutandCl eani ngTechni ci ansf orourBusy Reconst ruct i onCr ew.Pay baseduponexperi ence.Ful l t i mehour l yposi t i onwi t hover t i meandadvancementopport uni t i es.Benef i t sof f er ed.Must haveaFl ori dadri verÂ’ sl i cense andbeabl et opassdr ugt est i ngandbackgr oundcheck. Pl easeappl yi nperson: 17436SeymourAve, PortChar l ot t eorFaxResume t o9416245032or1708 S. E.47t hSt r eet,CapeCor al , FaxResumet o2395497588 2060 MANAGEMENT MGRS. /ASST.MANAGERS EXP. ONLYFORCONV. STOREI NPTCHARLOTTE 9418824015 2070 SALES Advert i si ng Sal es ExecutiveThe Charl ot t e Sun i s l ooki ng f or "Wi nners" t o j oi n our t eam of prof essi onal Advert i si ng Sal es Execut i ves. I f you are never sat i sf i ed wi t h average successes, are sel f mot i vat ed, goal ori ent ed, conf i dent , ent husi ast i c and bel i eve t hat t he cust omer i s al l i mport ant , we woul d li ke t o t al k t o you. The successf ul candi dat es must possess good oral and wri t t en communi cat i on ski l l s, be organi zed and a t eam pl ayer . Sal es experi ence a pl us but we wi l l t rai n t he ri ght persons. We off er: Compet i t i ve sal ary pl us commission Vacat i on Heal t h i nsurance Si ck and short t erm disability Trai ni ng St abl e company t hat i s very Communi t y mi nded and i nvol ved. Pl ease send resume t o: Advert i si ng Di rect or , Lesl ee Pet h Charl ot t e Sun 23170 Harborvi ew RoadCharl ot t e Harbor , FL33980 Emai l : Lpet h@sunheral d. com We are an Equal Opport uni t y Empl oyer & a Drugand ni cot i ne Free Di versi f i ed Workpl ace. GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 2050 SKI LLEDTRADES A/C:I NSTALLERS SERVI CEAND HELPERSNEEDED DFWP,F/TPERMANENTMUSTHAVE:EXPERI ENCE,VALI DDL,TOOLS,POSI TI VE ATTI TUDE,&BEDRUGFREE. PAYCOMMENSURATEW/EXP. NO PHONE CALLS APPLYI NPERSONMON-FRI8A-4P24700SANDHI LLBLVD,DEEPCREEK ACCEPTI NGAPPLI CATI ONS, SURVEYCREWCHI EF, I NSTRUMENTPERSON& COMPUTERDRAFTSMAN Pl easeSendResumet o: sur empl oy2015@yahoo. com ARTI ST/I LLUSTRATOR WANTED YoungChi l dr enÂ’ sBooks, 2034944528 DRI VER/DumpTruck:expd f orEEOco.Musthavecl ean dr i vi ngr ec.Cal l9417666191 ELECTRI CI ANSNEEDEDFu l l orPartt i me,t oi nst al ll i ght s , f ans,et c.Al soHELPERS needed,wi l lt r ai n,musthaver e l i abl et ransport at i onandow n handt ool s.Cal l9412498759 I MMEDI ATEOPENI NGS LEADPI PELAYER TOPMAN/TAI LMAN CONCRETEFI NI SHER DOZEROPERATOR Forwel l est abl i shedl ocal const ruct i oncompany. Excel l entpayandbenef i t s. Appl yi nper son3801N. OrangeAveSarasot a,FL 34234. Orsendr esumet o: JobsAt Der r @gmai l . com EOEDFWP LEADPAI NTERWel lest abl i shedCo.i n Veni ce,seeksexperi enced LeadPai nt erf ori nt eri or& ext eri orrepai nt s.Mi n.5 yearsexperi enceamust DrugFreeworkpl ace. Musthaveval i dDL 9414880558Lv.msg FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSI FIEDS! PRESSOPERATORSunCoastPr ess,ar api dl y gr owi ngdai l yandcommer ci alpr i nt i ngshop,hast hef ol l owi ngf ul lt i meempl oyment opport uni t y. PRESSOPERATOR Mi ni mumof5year sexper i enceoperat i ngaGoss ur bani t eorcommuni t ysi ngl e wi dt hpr ess.Wi l l i ngnesst o wor kday/ni ghtshi f t ,weekends&hol i days.Mustbe pr of i ci entwi t hbackt oback col orr egi st rat i on,f ol der/ 1/4f ol deroper at i ons.Knowl edgeofaut omat i cpast er s andst ackeroperat ionsa pl us.Mustbecomf ort abl e worki ngi naf astpaced, deadl i neandqual i t yor i ent ed envi r onment .Weof f erheal t h i nsur ance,AFLAC,pai dhol i days,PTO,401K. Weareadrug&ni cot i ne freeworkpl ace.Preempl oymentdrug&ni cot i nescreeni ngrequi red. I nt er est edcandi dat es pl easesendyourr esume t oRobi nMar ot t a Pr oduct i onManageratr mar ot t a@suncoast pr ess. com 2030 MEDI CAL MEDI CALPRACTI CE MANAGER Want edwi t h35Year s Exper i encei nPr act i ce Management ,EHR, Bi l l i ng/Codi ng, HRExper i ence. BusyCar di ol ogyOf f i ce i nPortChar l ot t e. FaxResumesand Ref erencest o: 9416272680 www. Hori zonTechI nst i t ut e. ComÂ“ADVANCEYOURCAREERÂ” Li censed&Accr edi t edSchool MurdockTownCent eron411032Tami amiTrUni t3YOUcanbecomeaLPNwi t hi n 11mont hs.Enrol l mentongoi ng.St artWorki ngI n25wks! Cl assesSt artEachMonth Cal lForCl assDat es Nur si ngAssi st ant( 120hr s) HomeHeal t hAi de( 75hr s) Phl ebot omyTech( 165hr s) EKGTech( 165hr s) Pat i entCar eTech( 600hr s) JobAssi st .&Pymt .Pl ans Cal lNowt oRegi st er!9418897506 PHLEBOTOMY,EKG,CNA, Cl assesSt artOCT26Â‘ 15 LPNNi ght sJan25Â‘ 16 Med.Asst .Mar21,Â‘ 16 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL ASST.KI TCHENMANAGER. /COOKS,GOODPAY!Al so Wai t st aff&Shi f tLeaders, Bussers,Di shwasher . Appl yi nperson@ NavAGat or9416273474 COOK/LI NE:SeasonalP/T. Fl exhour s.Sendr esume: mgl over @cor al cr eekcl ub. com orcal l9416972679 DELIANDPI ZZACOOK EXPERI ENCEDONLY! PORTCHARLOTTE CONVSTORE 9418824015 KITCHEN HELPCOMEWORKIN OURNEW STATEOFTHEART KITCHEN!VARI OUSPOSI TI ONSAVAI L. EXPERI ENCEREQUI REDAPPLYONLINE ONLY! FARLOWSONTHEWATER.COM NOWHI RI NG: EXPERI ENCEDLI NECOOKS Appl yi nPerson: 9am11or2pm4. 3883Tami amiTr ai l ,Pt .Char . NoPhoneCal l sPl ease! 2050 SKI LLEDTRADES AI RCONDI TI ONI NG LEADI NSTALLER/SERVI CE Exper i enceaMUST MustHaveCl eanDL. Cal l9416252143OREMAI L Sharkeysai r@comcast . net 2020 CLERI CAL/ OFFI CE OFFI CEPOSI TI ONS( 2) AVAI L:PTw/someQui ckbooksexp.FTmusthave Qui ckbooks&acct gexp.Fax r esume9412559669 VETERI NARYRECEPTI ONI ST, Exper i encePr ef er r ed. MustBePer sonabl e,Det ai l ed, Ser vi ceOr i ent edandComput er Li t er at e.SmokeFr eeWor kpl ace.FaxResumet oVeni ce 9414851265 Turnyou r tr ashin t o cas h! Adverti se youryard sa l e! 2030 MEDI CAL CNA' s/HHA' s WORKWHERE YOULI VE! WORKONYOUR SCHEDULE!Busyhomecar eagencyi mmedi at e openi ngs.FT/PThour s avai l abl e.Expr equi r ed. Vi si t i ngAngel s Cal l9412570306. DENTALHYGI ENI ST POSI TI ONAVAI LABLE PartTi me,11/2Days PerWeekf orEst abl i shed Sol oPr act i ce. Pl easeCal l9416391124 orFaxResumet o: 9416396527 ENGLEWOODHEALTHCAREIS OFFERINGFULL&PARTTIME CNAOPPORTUNI TI ESAT OURSKI LLEDNURSI NGFACI LI TYI NENGLEWOODFL!CANDIDATESMUSTHAVE ACTIVEANDVALIDCNALICNESEINFLANDHAVE CLINICALANDLTCEXPERIENCE.WEOFFER EXCELLENTBENEFITSWHICH INCLUDEMEDICAL,DENTAL ANDVISIONINSURANCE,GENEROUSPAIDTIMEOFF ANDMUCHMORE.TOAPPLY,PLEASE EMAIL SHERRY. BROOKS@ CONSULATEHC.COM1111DruryLane Engl ewoodFl34224 Ph.9414749371 Fax.9414756593 EOEDFWP N E WI N C R E A S E DC N A W A G E S ! ! !E A R N U P T O $ 1 2 . 0 0 / H R .F O R F T / P T A N DS H I F TD I F F E R E N T I A L SU P T O $ 2 . 0 0 ! ! ! 1620 COMMERCI AL/ I NDUSTRI AL PROPERTY PUNTAGORDA6Bdr ms,4 Bat hs,1CarGar .7. 1%Cap Rat ef ort hi sbeaut i f ul l yr enovat edmi xedusepr opert yi n downt ownPunt aGor da.MLS #O5382862.BuckeyeReal t y 112Sul l i vanSt r eet$449, 000 9416213532 US41&HARBORBLVD. PORTCHARLOTTE 48, 000Vehi cl esperday. . Traffi cCount ,3Road Front age,ZonedCI,Free St andi ngbui l di ngbui l ti n 2009!$899, 000. Cal lCarolWade,Maxi m Resi dent i al / Commerci al Real t or9415859599 NEEDLI STI NGS Getthe Getthe WordoutWordoutAdverti se Adverti se i nthe i nthe Classi fi eds! Classi fi eds! 1640 WAREHOUSE & STORAGE WAREHOUSEFORRENT 1, 800SqFt ,$795/mo Cal l9413809212 2000EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 2005Services 2010Pr ofessional 2015Banking 2020Clerical 2025Computer 2030Medical 2035Musical 2040Restaurant/Hote l 2050SkilledT rades 2060Management 2070Sales 2090Child/Adult Car e Needed 2100General 2110Par t-time/ Temp 2115Home Based Business 2120Seeking Empl oyment 2010 PROFESSI ONAL HAI RSTYLI ST&BARBER I nengl ewood.Formor ei nf oca l l 62658622959414738899 2015 BANKI NG TELLER-FULLTI ME HOMETOWNBANKSEEKSFT TELLERFORCHARLOTTEHARBOROFFI CE.EXCELLENT I NTERPERSONAL,CUSTOMER SERVI CEANDCASH-HANDLI NG SKI LLSAMUST.BANKI NG EXPERI ENCEPREFERRED. COMPETI TI VESALARYAND BENEFI TS. APPLI CATI ONSAVAI LABLEATCHARLOTTESTATEBANK&TRUST,1100TAMI AMITRAI L, PORTCHARLOTTE,FL33953ORSUBMI TRESUMEONLI NETO TSHREMSHOCK@CSBTFL.COM. EOE/VET/DI SABI LI TY 1390 VACATI ON/ SEASONAL RENTALS ENGLEWOODGreatSel ect i on ofVacat i onRent al sAvai l !WESTCOASTPROPERTY Mgmt9414730718www. rent al sf l ori da. net VENI CESUNNYVI LLA,newl y updat ed,2/2/2,cl ubhouse , pool ,spa. ,nearbeach.Avai l . NowDec.31st3155676360 WESTI LLHAVESEASONAL RENTALSAVAI LABLE. Paradi seProperi t es& Rent al sI nc.9416257368 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE SELLI NGYOUR HOME,CONDO, orLOT?WeCanhel pyou.Advert i seyourhome, condo,orl otwi t hus andreachover175, 000 readersi nCharl ot t e, Sarasot a,&DeSot o Count i esandonl i ne everyday. Askaboutour90day speci al .Cal loneofour cl assi f i edexpert sf oral l t hedet ai l sat 8664631638 Real t orsWel come! PARKYOURBOATWHI LE YOUBUI LD!PTCHARLOTTE BEAUTI FULUpscal eCl eared CanalLot ,80x126,Seawal l wi t h19x7Dockwi t hPower &Wat er ,13KLBl i f t+ Encl osur e.4187EastLake Ct .$199, 400.Cal lJer i@ Kel l erWi l l i amsPeaceRi ver 9418880658 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! TROPI CALGULFACRES 2715N.Twi nLakesDr . Punt aGor da 2Lot sSi deBySi de OnPavedRoad.ShadeTr ees. 9415750568 1520 OUT OFTOWN LOTS NORTHCAROLI NALAND $69, 900. 00 Lenoi r . . . 1. 7Acres. . Al lf l atl and! Magni f i centLocat i on Ci t yWat er ,Phone,Deep Wel l ,Cabl e,El ect ri cand aBeaut i f ulRel axi ng st ream!Taxesonl y $150. 00peryear . OWNERFI NANCI NGwi t h smal ldown. Cal l9414969252 1610 BUSI NESS RENTALS PORTCHARLOTTE 3315Har borBl vd,of fUS41 Ret ai lorOf f i ceSpace. Appr ox.425sqf t . ,Al lTi l e Fl oor ,Gr eatLocat i on. Cal lf orMoreDet ai l s: 9412060201
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 5 3015 HAPPY ADS Pl aceyourHappyAdf or onl y$16. 25 3l i nes7day. Addaphot of oronl y $13. 00! Pl easecal l ( 866) 4631638 3020 PERSONALS ADORABLETASHA. St ret ch&Rel axTherapy 9414971307 HOTROCKTHERAPY Foral lyourRel axat i onneeds. Dayhour sonl y9417639912 RELAXATION WITH BRANDI 9414679992 3050 SI NGLES SI NGLELADY47,l ooki ngf or compani onshi pf ordi nner ,danci ng,movi eset c.9412019853 3060 SCHOOLS & I NSTRUCTI ON EDKLOPFERSCHOOLS OFCNATRAI NI NG 1Weekcl ass$250 Sar asot a,PortChar l ot t e, Ft .Myer s.18003701570 3065 BI BLE STUDY & CHURCHES CAL VAR Y BI BLE CHURCH 1936 E. Veni ce Ave. Veni ce Fri day at 9am. St udy f eat ur es vi deo t eachi ngs of not ed Bi bl e Schol ar s on var i ous subj ect s. For mor e i nf o. Cal l Rev. Jones at : 9414857070or vi si t www. CBCVeni ce. com CARDPLAYI NG&DOMI NOS Fr eet oPl ayat : Fi r stPr esbyt er i anChur ch, 2230Har i etSt .PortChar l ot t e St art i ngat1pmEver yWed. Cal l( 941) 9798239f orI nf o. CERTI FI EDCHRI STI AN COUNSELI NG9418764416Li bert yCommuni t y Church Nort hPortCharl ot t e COMMUNI TY CENTER 4PM 7PM each Wednesday. Chr i st t he Ki ng Lut her an Chur ch, 23456 Ol ean Bl vd. PC, Open t o Al l Ages. For mor e i nf o 9417669357 EDGAR CAYCE A. R. E. Sear ch f or God St udy Gr ou p 6 PM 7 PM each Tuesday a t Veni ce Publ i c Li br ar y Mor e I nf o cal l 9419661964. FAI TH BUI LDERS A Basi c St udy t o Bui l d your Chr i st i an Fai t h. Cal l Past or Mart i n at Chr i st t he Ki ng Lut her an Chur ch f or t i mes. 9417669357 Port Char l ot t e GREATBI BLESTUDY Dr .J.Ver nonMcGee Thr uTheBi bl eRadi oNet wor k 91. 5FM6am&9: 30pm 91. 3FM12: 30pm&7: 30pm 180065Bi bl e( 24253) www. t t b. or g GULFCOAST HEALI NGROOMS I fyouneedheal i ng,wewant t opr aywi t hyou! Ourpr ayert eamsar e avai l abl et omi ni st ert o youbyappoi nt ment . Thur sdays10am12: 30pm Forapt .cal lp. 863. 558. 7455 1538Ri odeJanei r oBl vd. Punt aGor da,Fl33983 JesusSt i l lHeal sToday! NEWSEASONFULLGOSPEL MI NI STRI ESMeetEver y Wednesdayat6: 30Hel dat 3320Lovel andBl vdPortChar l ot t e,Fl( Hel datBoar dof Real t or sBui l di ngsamesi de asVi sani ' sRest aur ant ) FoodandRef r eshment sbei ng ser vedpl usl i veChr i st i an Musi c. . Comeandbeapartof ourcel ebr at i on! !Ever yonewel come!Formor ei nf ocal l AnnaSol oduk9412865506 2100 GENERAL AFTERSCHOOLPROGRAM St affNeeded.Emai lLauren @l mi l l er@bgcof cc. org PRESSMAN,SUNCOASTPRESSi s l ooki ngf orpr i nt er si nour Veni cePr i ntCent eront he ni ghtshi f tÂ–wi l lt r ai n. Thesuccessf ulcandi dat e woul dhavemechani caland el ect r i calTr oubl eshoot i ng exper i ence. Excel l entbenef i tpackage. SendResumet o:schi sesi @suncoast pr ess. com 2110 PARTTI ME/ TEMPORARY APPOI NTMENTSETTER JOBDESCRI PTI ON NOSELLI NG APPOI NTMENTSETTI NGONLY GENERATEACONSI STENTFLOW OFQUALI TYAPPOI NTMENTSFOR SALESFORCEUSI NG OBJECTI ON/RESOLUTI ONSKI LLSENSUREPRODUCTI VI TYGOALS AREMETONAWEEKLYBASI SJOBREQUI REMENTS CANSTARTI MMEDI ATELYCONFI DENTPERSONWHOCAN WORKWI THOUTDI STRACTI ONSMUSTBEABLETOÂ“GETTOTHEDECI SI ONMAKERÂ”ANDSETRELI ABLE APPOI NTMENTSPREVI OUSEXPERI ENCEI N SETTI NGAPPOI NTMENTSSTRONGPHONEETI QUETTE ANDTEAMWORKIFTHI SI SYOU,PLEASECALL( 941)7636971TOSCHEDULEANI NTERVI EW-ASKFORJODITHESMARTSHOPPERGROUPPORTCHARLOTTE 3000 NOTIC ES 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS ADOPTI ON: Adori ngAt t orneyMom& Devot edSt ayHomeDad, Musi c,Travelawai t s Mi racl eBaby.FLBar42311 18005520045 ExpensesPai d Jen&Paul FREEMERCHANDI SEADS! ! Topl aceaFREE mer chandi seadgot o: suncl assi f i eds. com andpl aceyourad. Â“Cl i ckonCl i ckHeret o Pl aceYourAdNowÂ” andf ol l owt hepr ompt s. FREEadsar ef or mer chandi seUNDER$500. andt headmustbepl aced onl i nebyyou.Onei t emper ad,t headmustbe3l i nes orl ess,pri cemustappear i nt head.Youradwi l l appearonl i ne&i npr i ntf or 7days!Somerest ri ct i ons doappl y. LI MI T5FREEADS PERWEEK **EveryoneNeedst o Regi st eronOur NewSi t e** NeedToPl acea Cl assi f i edAd? Ent eryourcl assi f i edad andpaywi t hyourcredi t card24hoursaday, 7daysweek 2100 GENERAL LANDSCAPELABORERwi t hCDLLi cense.Job i ncl udescl eanup,t ree t ri mmi ng&useofpower t ool s,40/hrsperwkwi t h HI REonBONUS Cal l9416288079 LocalSeaf oodCompany needs:FI SHCUTTER,COUNTERHELP,&DRI VERGoodPay! ! !9413809212 PARTTI ME Â“AMBASSADORSÂ”Needed, t osol i ci tÂ“Fr eeSubscr i pt i onsÂ” f ort heSmartShopper. A20yearol dweekl yshopper . Cont actJi mDeFal l e 9417867676 PARTSASSOCI ATE. PARTTI ME9: 003: 00MF, RV&t ruckexppref erred. Count ersal es,part spi ck up,st ocki ng.DFW NonSmokerCal l Ti mFi nneganat 9419664800 PESTCONTROLLAWNTECH 30+HrsWkl y.Cl eanDL,Dru g Fr ee&OwnTr ansaMust . NoExp.Nec.9414732847 PRODUCT COORDI NATORSTheSuni scur r ent l yseeki ng part t i mePr oductCoor di nat or si nourCi r cul at i onDepart ment .OurPr oductCoor di nat or swor kdi r ect l ywi t han i ndependantcont r act ornet wor kt odi st r i but epr oductt o ourcont ract orsandconsumer si nChar l ot t eCount y. Responsi bi l i t i esi ncl ude count i ngandpackagi ng pr oduct ,di st r i but i ngpr oduct t oourcont r act or sf ordel i ver y,assist i ngDi st r i ctManager swi t hdai l yt asks. Mustbeabl et owor kear l y morni nghours,weekends andhol i daysi nanof f i ce/ war ehouseenvi r onmentand out door si nvar i oust emper at ur esandweat hercondi t i ons.Requi r esval i dFl or i da dri verÂ’ sl i censeandi nsurance.Musthaver el i abl e t ransport at i ont operf orm dai l yj obr esponsi bi l i t i es. Opport uni t i esavai l abl ei n Engl ewood/Nort hPort34 hour sperni ght,st art i ngpay $12/hour . Weareadrug&ni cot i ne freeworkpl ace.Preempl oymentdrug&ni cot i nescreeni ngrequi red. Appl yat 23170Har bor vi ewRoad PortChar l ot t e,FL33980 oremai lr esumet o: cmer r i t t @sunher al d. com Pl ease,NoPhoneCal l s SunCoastPress, ar api dl ygr owi ngdai l yand commer ci alpr i ntshop,has t hef ol l owi ngopport uni t y:PRESS MAI NTENANCE PARTTI MEDut i esi ncl ude butar enotl i mi t edt o: Cl eani ngwat ersyst ems, changi ngandset t i ngsock r ol l ers,gr easi ngofpr ess uni t sandf ol der s,changi ng uni toi l s.Thi si sapartt i me overni ghtposi t i onconsi st i ng of56hourshi f t s,Mon. Fr i . Ther ei sopport uni t yf ort hi s t obecomeaf ul lt i memai nt enanceposi t i onf ort her i ght per son. Weareadrug&ni cot i ne freeworkpl ace.Preempl oymentdrug&ni cot i nescreeni ngrequired. Pl easesendr esumet o: Robi nMar ot t a Pr oduct i onManageratr mar ot t a@suncoast pr ess. com Sei zet hesales withClassi fie d! 2100 GENERAL CONSTRUCTI ONCLEANI NG ( I NTERI OR)FULLTI ME, MON. -FRI.; Sarasota & Charlotte Counties. Pay basedonexperience. 941-625-7673 DI SPATCHER/ RVSERVI CECENTER. Jobi ncl udesschedul i ng, organi zi ng,di spat chi ng, cont rol l i ngandi nspect i ng t heworkl oadi nourservi ceshop.MusthaveRV servi ceexperi ence.FT, DFW.Cal lEdDavi dson ( 941)9662182. FLORI ST,FULL-TI ME,To l l Pai d,MustbeExperi enced . A ppl yi nPer son,480E.Rai l r oa d A ve. ,#3,BocaGr ande. FULLTI MEFORFARMI NMYAKKACI TYHARVESTI NGSPECI ALTYCROP. PRI ORDAYTODAYHARVESTI NG ANDRECORDSMANAGEMENT EXPERI ENCEREQUI RED.BI LI NGUALSPANI SH/ENGLI SHHELPFULBUT NOTREQUI RED.PAYCOMMENSURATE WI THEXPERI ENCE. FULLTI MESEASONWORKOCTOBERTOJUNE. PREVI OUSFARMI NG/HARVESTI NGANDEQUI PMENTOPERATI NG EXPERI ENCEAPLUSDrugFreeWorkpl aceEVer i f i edCont act : l i nda@wf i usa. comorCal l9412435506 HARVEST SUPERVI SOR FI ELD WORKERS FULLTI MEGROUNDSPERSONPayRat eBasedOn Exper i ence.Appl yI nPer son AtGul f&BayCl ub5730 Mi dni ghtPassRd.EOE,DWFP HOWARDÂ’ SPOOL WORLDLooki ngForSwi mmi ng PoolTechni ci answi t h 1+/yrsExperi ence Pref erred. I fYouAreAnUpst andi ng PersonWi t hExcel l ent WorkEt hi cs.Appl i cat i ons Accept edBet ween 9-12noon.MustHave 5YrsOfCl eanFL Dri vi ngRecord . APPLYI NPERSONONLY @12419Ki ngsHwy. LakeSuzy.NOPHONECALLS $ 1 4 . 0 0 / H rD e p e n d i n g o n E x p e r i e n c e MAI LROOMTHECHARLOTTESUN NEWSPAPER Part t i meposi t i onsavai l abl e, mustbepr oduct i onor i ent ed, abl et ol i f tatl east20l bs. , wi l l i ngt owor kf l exi bl ehour s, abl et owor kdays,eveni ngs andweekends. Tof i l loutanAppl i cat i on Appl yi nper son Mon. Fr i .85 TheChar l ot t eSun Newspaper 23170Har bor vi ewRoad Char l ot t eHar bor ,FL Pl ease,nophonecal l s Weareadrugand ni cot i nef reeworkpl ace Preempl oymentdrug andni cot i net esti ng requi red Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve Bi gBuc Bi gBuc ks ks Shoppi ng Shoppi ng Cl assi fi eds! Cl assi fi eds! 2100 GENERAL Â“ALLSHI FTSÂ”,GENERAL I NDOORSTOCKI NG,LABOR ANDASSEMBLYWORKI N ENGLEWOOD,VENI CE, PORTCHARLOTTE,AND NORTHPORT.ALSONEED CDLADRI VERS,ADMI N. OFFI CEPEOPLE, MERCHANDI SERS.WEHAVE JOBS! ! !CALLEXPRESS EMPLOYMENT9416292611. ARCADI A CHEVROLETBUI CKSALESMANAGER F&IMANAGEROFFI CEMANAGER BI LLI NGMANAGERPal mÂ’ sPunt aGor daAut oMal lNew&UsedSal esManager sF&IManagerdougpl at t ner @aol . comGMCERTI FI ED& A&BTECHÂ’ Sscl ar k@pl at t ner aut omot i vegr oup. com ASSI STANT DI STRI CTMANAGERSTheSuni scur r ent l yseeki ng part t i meAssi st antDi st ri ct Manager si nourCi r cul at i on Depart ment .OurAssi st ant Di st ri ctManagerswork di r ect l ywi t hani ndependant cont r act ornet wor kt omanagehomedel i ver yandcust omerr el at i onsi nChar l ot t e Count y. Responsi bi l i t i esi ncl udecont r act orr ecr ui t mentandor i ent i ng,meet i ngest abl i shed ser vi cegoal s,r esol vi ngser v-i ceerr ors,managi ngcont ract ordrawandi nsuri ng cust omersat i sf act i on. Mustbeabl et owor kear l y morni nghours,weekends andhol i daysi nanof f i ce/ war ehouseenvi r onmentand out door si nvar i oust emper at ur esandweat hercondi t i ons.Requi r esval i dFl or i da dri verÂ’ sl i censeandi nsurance.Musthaver el i abl e t ransport at i ont operf orm dai l yj obr esponsi bi l i t i es. Opport uni t i esavai l abl ei n Charl ot t e/Punt aGordaand Nort hPort /Engl ewood,2530/hour saweek,st art i ng pay$10$12/hour ,phone al l owance,mi l eager ei mbur sement . Weareadrug&ni cot i ne freeworkpl ace.Preempl oymentdrug&ni cot i nescreeni ngrequi red. Appl yat 23170Har bor vi ewRoad PortChar l ot t e,FL33980 oremai lr esumet o: cmer r i t t @sunher al d. com Pl ease,NoPhoneCal l s Turnyou r tr ashin t o cas h! Adverti se youryard sa l e! BACONÂ’ SFURNITURE DELIVERY/ WAREHOUSE MUSTHAVEEXPERIENCE APPLYINPERSON: 17701MURDOCKCIRCLE PORTCHARLOTTE,FL NEEDCASH? 2070 SALES SALES&DESI GNERS PORTCHARLOTTE,FLBAER'SFURNI TURE&DESI GNSTUDI OWELCOMESHI GHLY QUALI FI EDF/TDESI GNERSORSALESASSOCI ATESWI THMI N12YRSOFEXPWHOWOULD LI KETHEOPPORTUNI TY TO"HAVEI TALL. "YOUCAN OFFERYOURCLI ENTSFULL DESI GN,THELARGESTSELECTI ON OFI NSTOCKQUALI TY FURNI TUREATGUARANTEED LOWESTPRI CES&WEPAYTOPCOMMI SSI ONRATES. NI GHTS&W/E'SREQ. EMAI L: HR@BAERS. COM EOE/DFWP SALESEXECUTI VE I fsal esandmarket i ngi s Â“yourt hi ngÂ”Â…. Thi sposi t i onoff ersyouan opport uni t yt ocreat i vel y hel pl ocalbusi nesses creat emarket i ngpl ans t hatwi l lhel pt hem achi evet hei rgoal sand i ncreaset hei rbusi ness. Two( 2)speci al i zedPri nt Medi aSal esExecut i ve Posi t i onsareavai l abl e now.Pri ntMedi aSal esi s apowerf ulwayt ohel p busi nessesachi evet hei r goal s.SunNewspapers coversSout hSarasot a andCharl ot t eCount i es bet t ert hananyot her medi umwi t hi nthosemarket s.Ournewspapersget cust omersresul t s;weare proudofwhatwecan off ert hebusi nesseswe serve.Theyknowwecan bri ngt hemt hecust omers t heywant .I ti sourpri vi l eget oserveourcommuni t i esandourdesi ret o off ersol ut i onsdesi gned especi al l yf ort hem. Theseposi t i onswi l lbe responsi bl ef orsel l i ng speci alpri ntproduct st hat wi l lbedel i veredt ohomes i nt hemarket i ngareas wheret hest oresand busi nesseswhorunt hem wantt ot arget .These sal esprof essi onal swi l l havemarket i ngski l l s, sal esexperi ence,excell entcommuni cat i onski l l s, andbeabl et ooff eri deas t obusi nessest hatwi l l hel pt hembri ngcust omerst ot hemwi t hvery speci al i zedpri ntanddel i verproduct s.Weoff er t rai ni ngandt heopport uni t yt oworkonbehal fof yourcust omersi nan organi zat i ont hatcares. I fyouhavesal es experi enceandarenever sat i sf i edwi t haverage successes,are sel f mot i vat ed,goal ori ent ed,conf i dent ,have t hedesi ret obui l dpowerf ulpart nershi pswi t hyour cust omersandbel i evet hatt hosecust omersare al li mport ant ,wewoul d l i ket ot al kt oyou. I fyouwoul dl i ket oappl y, pl easesendresumet o j obs@sunl et t er . com and not eonresponset hi si s f orspeci al i zedpri ntproductsal es.WEAREADRUG&NI COTI NE FREEWORKPLACE. PREEMPLOYMENTDRUG& NI COTI NETESTI NG REQUI RED. Great Deals in theCla ssifie d
Page 6The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 5110 LAWN/ GARDEN &TREE A N OCCUPATI ONAL LI CENSE may be r equi r ed by t he Ci t y and/or Count y. Pl ease cal l t h e appr opr i at e occupat i onal l i cens i ng bur eau t o ver i f y AAALAWNSERVICEAf f or dabl eAccount abl e Anyt i me Avai l abl eForMul t i pl eCount i es Mowi ng,Edgi ng,WeedEat i ng, Bl owi ng,Tr ee&Shr ub Tr i mmi ng,WeedPul l i ng,Tr ee Removal ,Pr uni ng,Mul ch& Mor e! 8632449109or 4095991167 www. AAALawnSer vi ces. comLi c&I ns ALTMANTREESERVICE Tr ee Tr i mmi ng, Removal , St ump Gr i ndi ng. Li c & I ns. Cal l Mi ke Al t man 941-268-7582 AMERICANIRRIGA TIONCall 9415872027 FREEESTIMATES!!! Licensed & I nsur ed Char l ot t e Co. l i c#AAA1100010. Ser vi ng Char l ot t e and Sar asot a Count i es BLACKFORD Â STOTAL LAWN& LANDSCAPI NGSVCS LawnCar eMul chi ng Pr uni ngHedges&Tr ees Pr essur eWashi ng&Mor e! Ser vi ngNokomi s,Ospr ey, Nort hPort ,PortChar l ot t e, Veni ce&Engl ewood 9413022244Li c/I ns DP` sABI LI TY TREESERVI CE Removal s,St umpGr i ndi ng, Pal mTr i mmi ng,Toppi ng& Shapi ng.15Yr s.Exp. FreeEst i mat es! 9418898147 Li c#00000192&I nsur ed. FAMI LYTREESERVI CETr e e Tr i mmi ng,Fr eeEst i mat es.Ca l l Toda y 9412378122.Li c/I ns. FLORI DA TREE I NC. Tr ee Tr i mmi ng & Removal St ump Gr i ndi ng Lawn Ser vi ce Bucket Ser vi ce 941-613-3613 pcftr ee.comLic./In s FLOYDBROTHERS LAWN&LANDSCAPE NOWACCEPTI NGANNUAL ACCOUNTS.( 941) 8099485 FRESHCUTLAWNNMORE FRESHCUTLAWNS STARTI NGAT$25!9416611850Fr eeEst i mat es-Cal lFr ank GENERAL LAWN & Landscape ser vi ces. (941)-426-7844 Wr i ght & Son Landscapi ng I nc J RI ZTREESERVI CES Speci al i zi ng i n Danger ous Tr ee Removal . Compl et e Tr ee & Pal m Ser vi ce. Ser vi ci ng al l Char l ot t e & Sar asot a Count i e s FREEESTIMATES 941-306-7532 Li c & I ns LAWNREPLACEMENTMal oney Â sSODChar l ot t e9416371333Sar asot a9419558327www. mal oneysod. com MI LAZZO Â SLANDSCAPI NG 9418301005 Mostl awns$30. 00 Punt aGorda&Pt .Charl . ALLPHASESOFRESI DENTI AL LANDSCAPI NG,I NSTALLATI ONS,PLANTI NG,PEPPERBERRYREMOVAL&PATI OÂS. Classified =Sales N N O O W W A A C C C C E E P P T T I I N N G G N N E E W W L L A A W W N N A A C C C C O O U U N N T T S S ! ! 9 9 4 4 1 1 4 4 6 6 8 8 4 4 3 3 7 7 2 2 I SA Cer t i f i ed Ar bor i st John Cannon FL6444A Sout h Sar asot a & Char l ot t e Co. RAI NSCAPEI NC,I r r i gat i on,Mai nt enance, Repai r ,I nst al l at i on.Mont hl y Mai nt enancest art sat$40. FREEESTI MATES 9418882988 5100 HOME & COMMERCI AL IMPR OVEMENT A1COATI NGS Poolr esurf aci ng,Desi gner PoolDecks&Dr i veways. 9414269354Li c&I ns. BOB Â SCABI NETSOLU TI ONS35yr sexp.Al lyou r cabi net /count ert opneeds . ( 941) 2760599Li c22535 COMPLETEDRYWALL Hang,Fi ni sh,Pat chwor k,Al l Text ur es,Pai nt . Mat tPot t er9412328667Li c. &I nsCRC1328482 CONSTRUCTI ONCLEANUP Yar dWast e,Gar ageCl eanOut &Junk!AnyandAl lDebr i s. Pr essur eWashi ng!Cal l 94142673149412848087 9414652268 DashHomeRepai rSer vi ces HURRI CANESEASON I SHERE! WEOFFER: PoolCageRest orat i on, Rescr eeni ng,St r engt heni ng, aswel las,Fl oori ng&Ti l e, Drywal l ,Pai nt i ng, Carpent ry,El ect ri caland Pl umbi ng. FreeEst .9412378869 DASHHomeRepai r Servi ces GUTTERS,6 ÂŽ Seaml ess. KenVi ol ette,I nc. (941)240-6699Li c. CGC#060662/I ns. HANDYMANHomer epai r s.30+yr sExp. Cal l941-5391694 J&JHANDYMAN9415257967,9414936736Pai nt i ng,Pr essur eWashi ng& MuchMor e! Over30Year sExper i ence& Sat i si f i edCust omer sSer vi ngVeni ce&Sar asot aAr easNOJOBTOOSMALLORODD CALLFORFREEESTI MATE LI CENSED&FULLYI NSURED PUT CLASSIFIED S TOWORK FORYOU!FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! JESSETAYLORHANDYMAN Gut t erRepai r /Cl eani ng,Power Washi ng,Pr of essi onalWi ndow Cl eani ng.Cal lf orFr eeEst i mat e 2522691468 John Â sRescreeni ng& HandymanServi ce. Pr essur eWashi ng:Pool Decks,Dr i veways!NoJobTo Smal l ,Fr eeEst i mat esLi c9341. /I ns.9418831381 CARPENTER, I NC.Handyman Rot t en wood, door s, sof f i t , f aci a, et c. Phi l 9416269021l i c. & i ns. TILE(Ceramic), Wood Fl oor i ng, I nst al l at i on. Robert Jones Cer ami c Ti l e (941)-204-2444Li c. #AAA006338/I ns. TI LE-r emodel ,bat hs,f l oor s . yourt i l eormi ne. 9416255186,Li c. #AAA006387 WESTSHORE BUI LDERS Remodeling Addition s Home Repai r s Fr ee Est i mat es Li c. Resi dent i al Cont r act or 941-204-8237 westshor e-builders.c o #CRC1330882 5110 LAWN/ GARDEN &TREE AJAMI SONTREESERVI CE Compl et e&Prof essi onal 15%SrDi scount ! FREEEST.LI C.&INSUREDENGL9414756611ORN.PORT9414230020 SERVI NGCHARLOTTEANDSARASOTAFOROVER20YEARS.JAMI SON-TREESERVI CEI NC.COM 5089 HANDYMAN / GENERAL REPAI R A CARPENTERAROUND THEHOUSEf oral lyourca r pent r yneeds!JamesM.Oke l l 9412701693 REFI REDSERVI CES,LLC I ` dl ovet or et i r eYOURf i xi t pr obems.NoObl i gat i on Est i mat es.Char l ot t eCount y. ( 507) 9516402 Busi nessTax#29871 relyonray50YearResident HandymanServices RetiredMaster plumber&Builder941-539-2301SaveThisad! Lic.&Ins. 5090 HEATI NG & AI R HONEST AI R CONDI TI ONI NG & HEATING Comm. & Res. Ser vi ng Sar asot a & Char l ot t e Count y. 941-423-1746 Lic. CA C056738 MAHLECOOLAI R& HEATI NG-Rentt oOwnYour Home` sA/C.NoCr edi t . . NoPr obl em.EasyPayment s Fr eeEst .9415846300 Li c#CAC1817878 S. O. S. A/C&Heat 9414684956 ai rcondi t i oni ngsyst ems l owas$3175i nst al l ed i nst al l ed10yrwar r ant y 0%aprupt o5yr st opay! st .l i c#CAC1816023 sosai rf l . com Needa newRide ? Fi ndit inthe Cla ssif ie ds! 5100 HOME & COMMERCI AL IMPR OVEMENT BATHTUB&SHOWERGRABBARSI NSTALLEDDon Â tWai tt oFal lt oCal l ! FreeI nHomeEval uat i on25YearsExperi enceCALLJI M Â SBATHROOM GRABBARS,LLC9416264296Li c.#123956 I ns. #VGMD1014G51361 $75. 00 PERPANEL SLI DI NG GLASSDOOR REPAI RSWheel s Tracks&LocksLi censed&I nsur ed, Fr eeEst .si nce1981 Cal lBob 9417066445 www. Sl i di ngDoor sandmor e. com Lowoverhead =Lowpri ces! 5054 CONTRACTORS SHI NN&SONSDRYWALL &REMODELI NGREPAI RSADDI TI ONSREMODELI NG. 9416280023LI C/INSUREDLI CAAA008855 TEDDY` SHANDYMAN& REMODELING,INC. NoJ obTooBi gorTooSmal l ! ( 941) 6294966Li c. /I ns. Servi ngNP,Charl ot t e&PG CRC1327653 5057 CONCRETE FLORI DACONCRETEDRI VEWAYS-SI DEWALKSADDI TI ONSRESI DENTI AL&COMMERI CALNEWCONSTRUCTI ON9416285965 INS/LI CCG034909 PROPATHCONCRETE Dri veways Pat i os Si dewal ks Pads FreeEst i mat es 9412866415 Li c#AAA1100081 RICH LANDERS STUCCO, INC. Honest , Rel i abl e work! LIC/ INS New Const & Remodel s. Rust ed bands & wi re l at he repai r . spraycret e & drywal l repai r ( 941) 4974553 NEEDCASH? HaveAGarage Sale! 5060 CLEANI NG SERVICES MRS.CLEANI NGUP! 1stcl asscl eani ngServi ce! Speci al sNow! $10%Seni orDi scount ! 9412048057 www. mrscl eani ngup. com Li c&I nsured CLEANI NG&CHORESSOLUTI ONSNeedEr r ands,orYourHomeor Of f i ceCl eaned?Cal lf orRel i abl e Ser vi ce.9412761043 DanaeChi arel l Â s Cl eani ngServi ce Honest&dependabl e GreatFal lRat es Resi dent i al*Commerci al SeasonalRent al s Weekl y-Bi weekl y Mont hl y 9415876844 5070 ELECTRI CAL DRMELECTRICAL SERVICE, Â Pl ug I nt o Per sonal i zed Ser vi ce ÂŽ El ect r i calMaintenanc e Repairs Tr oubl eshoot i ng 9414800761 9413663646 LEGACYELECTRICALINC.Unl i mi t edEl ect ri cal Cont ract orNewRemodel Speci al i zi ngi n Cust omWorkEC#13006821,Insured9417866777 LUMI NOUSELECTRI CNOJOBTOOSMALL! LI C#ES120009429416239140 5080 EXCAVATI NG/ BUSH HOG BUSHBUSTERS I NC."JUST GRI ND I T! ÂŽBr ush Mowi ng Bush Hoggi ng Pepper Tr ees I nvasi ves Sel ect i ve Lot Cl ear i ng941-456-6332 5083 FLOORI NG BillNoland CeramicTile,IncAl lPhasesofFl oor i ngWeBri ngSampl esToYou! Mobi l eShowcase Ti l e,Lami nat es,Carpet& Baseboards. Â Woodl i ke ÂŽ Ti l e$1. 59/SqFt . 18 ÂŽ Ti l es$1. 09/SqFt . 9414234054 Cel l9412760814Li censed&I nsur ed PGI9906758Nort hPort11546 Char l ot t eAAA007730 5006 ALUMI NUM CURTI SALLENDESI GNS Al umi num&Remodel i ng Bat hr ooms,Ki t chens, Wi ndows,LanaiEncl osur es, St or mShut t er s,et c. $500offwi ththi sad. Cal l941-627-6085 STRAI GHTLI NEALUMI NUMCONSTRUCTI ON Poolcages-Ent ri esAcryl i cRooms-Addi t i ons -Wi ndows-Concret ePavers-Gut t ers 20+YearsExperi enceCBC12585859418151812 5008 AI RPORT SHUTTLE FLORI DA AI RPORT SHUTTLE TRANSPORT $25 TO/FROM RSW Ar r i ve @ RSW: 10: 45am & 3: 45pm Depart @ RSW 11: 30am & 4: 30pmPi ckup/Dropoff Locat i ons:NORTHPORTBUDGETINNPORTCHARLOTTEDAYSINN. PUNTAGORDAPG WATERFRONTHOTEL300 RETTAESPLANADEFLAirShuttl e.com 941-451-120 2 CLASSIFIE D WORKS! 5020 APPLI ANCE SERVICE/REP AIR DRYERVENTCLEANI NGTHEVENTDOCTOR BookYourDr yerVent Cl eani ngandSave! 10%OffWi t hThi sAd! 9412689525Compet ent , Thor ough&Rel i abl e. Li c.Fl a.HomeI ns p ect or . GARYDRAKE DRYERVENTCLEANI NG& I NSPECTI ON.$4930yrs.Exp. ( 941) 8897596 5050 ADULT CARE A LENDI NG HAND, I NC. Car egivers/Companio n Hourly or 24/7 Car e 941-809-3725 SENI ORS HELPI NG SENI ORSLi ght Housekeepi ng, Meal s, Er r ands and Compani onshi p Li censed & Bonded 941-257-8483 5051 CHI LD CARE ALLCHI LDCARE FACI LI TI ESMUSTI NCLUDE, WI THADVERTI SEMENT, STATEORLOCALAGENCY LI CENSENUMBER. FLORI DA STATE LAWr equi r es al l chi l d car ecent er s and day car e busi nesses t o r egi st er wi t h t he St at e of Fl or i da. The Sun Newspaper s wi l l not knowi ngl y accept advert i si ng whi ch i s i n vi ol at i on of t he l aw 5053 COMPUTER SERVI CE ANTHONY Â S COMPUTER SERVI CE & REPAI R. ALLCOMPUTERNEEDS. SENIOR DI SCOUNT 941-769-1415 B&BCOMPUTERSOLUTI ONSWEDOI TALL! INTERNETANDWIFISET-UPHOMENETWORKI NGPRI NTERANDROUTER I NSTALLATI ONVI RUSANDMALWARE PROTECTI ONANDREMOVALTRAI NI NGANDMUCHMORESENI ORDI SCOUNTS&SAMEDAY APPOI NTMENTS,WHENAVAI LABLECALLBI LLAT9046163695 5054 CONTRACTORS RML CONTRACTI NG SERVICES,LLCWINDOWS,DOORS & MORE. Acrylic Rms,Addi t i ons, Bat h & Ki t chen Remodel s,Cust om Screen enclosures. Locall y owned w/ over 25+ yrs experi ence.CBC060490941-232-6606 3065 BI BLE STUDY & CHURCHES Lut heranChurchoft heCross 2300Lut herRd. ,DeepCreek Bi bl eSt udy-Thursdays 1011: 30 andSunday Â s@9AM Quest i onsand/ orInfo ( 941)6276060 3070 BURI AL LOTS/ CRYPTS DOUBLEMAUSOLEUM CRYPT1stLevel .CHOI CE LOCATI ON.Veni ceMemor i al Gar dens.I ncl udesMar kerand Openi ngs&Cl osi ngs.Sel lf or $10, 900.Ret ai l -$15, 345.We HaveMoved.9418091529 3090 LOST & FOUND FOUND:BI CYCLE.I nPor t Charl ot t eNearKi ngsHi ghway . Cal lToDescr i be:4433505847 3091 ARTS CLASSES Begi nni ng wat ercol orcl asseswi t h awardwi nni ngart i st RobertBroyl es atNort hPort HobbyLobby. Pri vat el essons al soavai l Cal l9418758163 3094 EDUCATI ON MEDI CALBI LLI NG TRAI NEESNEEDED! BecomeaMedi calOf f i ceAssi s t ant !NOEXPERI ENCENEEDED . Onl i net r ai ni ngcangetyouj o b r eady.HSDi pl oma/GED& PC/I nt er netneeded. 18885285547 3095 EXERCI SE CLASSES GULF COAST ACUPUNCTURE 151 Cent er Rd. Wednesdays 5: 30pm Thursdays 9: 00 am Sat urdays 8: 30am YOGAFOR BEGI NNERS Pr oceeds t o Veni ce Wi l dl i f e Cent er Cal l Ri ck or Mary 9414881769 3096 RELI GI ON CLASSES BEGINYOURDAYIN BIBLE STUDY Christ t he Ki ng Lut her an Chur ch, 23456 Ol ean Bl vd. Wednesdays 10AM11AM. For mor e i nf o 9417669357 Port Char l ot t e F AI TH LUTHERAN CHURCH 4005 Pal m Dr i ve, Punt a Gor daVar i ous Days & Ti mes CONFI RMATI ON/BI BLE STUDY Adul t I nf omat i onal Cl ass 941-639-6309 STARTYOURDAYRIGHT Bi bl eSt udyThursdays 10: 0011: 30 LUTHERANCHURCH OFTHECROSS 2300Lut herRd. ,DeepCreek andSundaysat9: 00a. m. Quest i onsand/ orInfo ( 941)6276060 3097 OTHER CLASSES CONCENTRATI VE MEDI TA TION with Li nda Weser , 4 p. m ever y Monday at Uni t y Chur c h of Peace, 1250 Rut l edg e St r eet , of f Vet er ans Boul evar d bet ween Orl ando Boul evar d and Torri ngt on St r eet , Por t Charl ot t e/Nort h Port l i ne Fr ee; open t o t he publ i c. 9412760124 5000 BUSINE SS SERVI CES A N OCCUPATI ONAL LI C . may be r equi r ed by t he Ci t y and/or Count y. Pl ease cal l t h e appr opri at e occupat i ona l l i censi ng bur eau t o ver i f y.
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 7
Page 8The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS 3DPAI NTI NGWoodf r ame, uni quel andscape$40 9417432656 LI THOGRAPHSPETER KI TCHELLsetof2I RI SESl t d ed.$5009416616555 POTTERSWHEELSpeedba l l Cl ayBoss$4756513259146 6027 DOLLS BARBI EWi nt erVel vet col l ect i bl enewi nbox$15 9418300524 DOLLFAYZAspanosl gbab y mayr et i r ed$959417692389 MADAMEALEXANDER Cheer l eaderAf r i canAmer i can 9i nmi nt$209412580810 Turnyou r tr ashin t o cas h! Adverti se youryard sa l e! MARI EOSMONDdol lBl ond , Beaut i f ul$309416276542 PORCELAI NDOLLS( 35) 1oral l .Somehi ghend. 9417432735 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS A REARUG-wool8x10wi l lt ex t pi cofcol ors$100941743 3321 BARBECUEGRI LLWeber18 Â” Ket t l e,W/Wheel s$50 9413795586 BED-MATTRESS&BOX. New-Wi l lSel l$100. 9416295550 BEDSPREADf ul lsi zel i kenew $259412270676 BEDSPREADKSHAMS$35 9412358976 BLI NDS( 2)2i nch72wx60h $1009414298221 BLI NDS( 3)2i nch35wx61h $759414298221 NEEDCASH? CARPET:Rosecol or$20941 4748939 CERAMI CFI SH9Â”&15Â” gr een/peach/whi t eBot h$20 9416970501 CHI NASETNORI TAKE SRV/10+7pc-manyext ra s $2399417433321 CHI NATEASETBavar i anFO R 6.$209414603993 COMFORTERQUEEN2 SHAMS+PI LLOW$75941 6619839 COMFORTERS2TWI N$35 9412358976 CRYSTALSETEt ched79 PI ECES!$4009414603993 CURTAI NSLACEcr m132x36 swag132x24bt m$15 9418300524 DI NI NGROOMSET FLhut chgl asst abl e6chai r s $3509412863007 DI SHESSETSer vi cef or8$40 9414266748 FLOORMATEHooveri ncl s Manual$359416283712 FLOORVASE24Â”,br own. $359416295418 GARMETSTEAMERCONAI R Pr of essi onalt ype$25941627 6542 GASCANS5gal$8941743 0582 GLASS&FI GURI NES2000 pcscheap-mor e.941624 3146 KI NGMATTPADCalver ypl us h &new$609414298513 KI TCHENPENDANTS br onze/gl assSpani shst yl e $909414298507 6000 MERCHANDIS E GARAGE SALES 6001Ar cadia 6002Englewood 6003Lake Suzy 6004Nokomis 6005North Port 6006Port Char l ot t e Deep Cr eek 6007Punt a Gor da 6008Rotonda 6009Sarasota 6010South Veni ce 6011Venice 6012 Out Of Ar ea 6015Fl ea Mar ket 6020Auctions MERCHANDISE 6013 Movi ng Sal es 6025Art s & Cr af t s 6027Dolls 6030Household Goods6035 Fur ni t ur e 6038 El ect r oni cs 6040TV/Ster eo/Radio6060Computer Equi p6065Clothing/Jew elry/ Accessories6070Antiques & Collectibles 6075Fruits/V eges 6090Musical 6095Medical 6100Health/Beauty 6110 Tr ees & Pl ant s 6120Baby I t ems6125Golf Accessor i es6128Exer cise/Fitness6130Spor ting Goods 6131 Fi r ear ms6132 Fi r ear m Access. 6135Bikes/T rikes 6138Toys 6140Photography/V ide o 6145Pool/ Spa & Suppl i es6160Lawn & Gar den6165Storage Sheds/ Buildings6170Building Suppl i es6180Heavy Const r . Equipment 6190Tools/Machinery6220Office/Business Equi p & Suppl i es6225Rest aur ant Suppl i es 6250Appliances 6260Misc. Mer chandi se 6270Wanted t o Buy/Trad e 6002 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES SAT. MON.85285013t h St .Gr oveCi t y.Cl ot hi ng , Mens&Womens,Househol d , Lawn&Gar den,Fossi l s&MORE 6006 PT.CHARLOTTE/ DEEP CREEK SATSUN92. 2483Aqui l osCourt .Est at e Sal ef ur ni t ur evi nt ageki t chense t sport si t emshousehol d SAT.8-2.431Dal t o n Bl vd. .HUGEMULTI FAM hshl di t emsl awnequi pcl ot he s col l ect i bl es&mor e! 6007 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI .8-12&SAT.8-10 500Vi aEspl anade ESTATESALEAssi st edbyt he I sl esGi r l s&Guys.( Di r :Weston Mar i on;Lef tatTr opi cana;Ri ght onVi aEspl anade. )3Bookcases;Empi r eSpeaker s;2End Tabl es;2Ti erTabl e;Real i st i c Keyboar d;BrassI t ems;Pai nt i ng;Ant i queChai r&Rocker; CedarChest ;Vacuum;Ful lBed; Dr esser/Mi rr or;Ni ghtTabl e; Mapl eHut ch;Bench;Dough Box;Tabl e&Chai rs;Hangi ng Lamps;Desk;Sof a;Chai r s;TV &St and;Ki t chenSet ;Pot t ed Pl ant s;LanaiSet ;Mount edFi sh; Sewi ngMachi ne;Chest Fr eezer ;HandTr uck;1994Z28 Camer ow/Cor vet t eEngi new/T Top-55, 000mi les.Mi scel l aneousKi t chen&Gar ageI t ems. Buyersar er esponsi bl ef ort he r emovalofpur chasedi t ems. Ourcashi erhasal i stofi ndependentmover s. GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 5185 ROOFI NG PAUL DEAO ROOFI NG PROTECTINGYOURBIGGESTINVESTMENT. 22YRSEXP. 941-441-8943 LIC#1329187 R. L.TEELROOFI NG Rer oof s&Repai r s I nsur anceI nspect i ons Vet er anÂ’ sDi scount s 9414737781 RC29027453Li c/I ns ROOFLEAKPATROL,I NC.RESI DENTI AL/ COMMERCI AL Repai r s,Rer oof ,Car pent r y,et c. . . 35yr sexp.Li c/ i nsur ed#RCA065387941474ROOF( 7663) www. Roof LeakPat r ol . com STEVE` SROOFI NG& REPAI RSCal lSt eve&SeeWhat HeCanDoForYou! Vot edBestoft heBest 2011,2012,2013&2014! FreeEst .9416251894 Li c.CCC1326838 CLASSIFIE D ADSSELL 9414834630 HShi ngl es,Sl at s,Met al , Ti l e,Repai r s HOl dRoofRemovalOur Speci al t y HFul lCar pent r y HFr eeEst i mat es l i c#ccc068184 f ul l yi nsur ed 5191 SOD LAWNREPLACEMENTMal oneyÂ’ sSODChar l ot t e9416371333Sar asot a9419558327www. mal oneysod. com 5195 TI LE/ GROUT LEMONBAYTI LE BACKSPLASHES Convertbat ht ubt oeasy accessshowerHandi cap Shower sTi l e&Wood Fl oor i ngOver28year si n t heEngl ewoodar ea 9414741000 5225 WI NDOWCLEANI NG CANDOWI NDOWCLEANI NG Servi ceÂ“Pl usÂ” Â“AskWhatWeCanDoÂ” 9416625095 SQUEEGEEMASTERS Wi ndowCl eani ng,Pr essur e Washi ng,20%OFFwi t ht hi s Ad.FREEEst i mat es 9414457285Cel lLi c/I ns. 5226 WI NDOWREPAI R $75. 00perpanel SLI DI NG GLASSDOOR REPAI RS Wheel s Tracks&LocksLi censed&I nsured, FreeEst .si nce1981 vi si tusatwww. Sl i di ngDoor sandmor e. com Cal lBob 9417066445 L o w o v e r h e a d= L o w p r i c e s ! 5180 PRESSURE CLEANI NG Kel l yBr ownÂ’ s Pr essur eWashi ng& t r ashr emoval Honest&Rel i abl e, Reasonabl eRat es& Sr .Speci al$39. 99 Fr eeEst .Li c. #1413989 cr ai g9mon@hot mai l . com 9416261565 5184 SCREENI NG ALLABOUTALUMI NUM& SCREEN:Rescr een&new. 9418764779 wescr eenf l or i da. com-Li c#SA37,AL0511993X CLASSICALUMINUM RESCREENSERVICEINC. Â“YourFl ori daOut door Li vi ngExpert sÂ” 9417163984 9417990310 www. cl assi crescreen. comLi c#scc131151655Insured&Bonded GULFCOASTRESCREEN LI C&INSUREDFAMI LYOWNED&OPERATEDSPECI ALI ZI NGI NRESCREENI NG,BUI LDI NGANDREPAI RI NG. SCREWCHANGEOUTS PRESSUREWASHI NG&PAI NT-I NGPOOLCAGES,LANAI S,FRONTENTRYWAYSETC. . . 9415367529 FREEESTI MATES RESCREENI NG by NORTHSTAR Fr ee Est i mat es . 941-725-7599 Li c# CC20597 & I nsur ed RESCREENI NG S peci al $55 T ops, $ 30 S i des.Compl et e $ 1295( t o 1 500SF)9418793136 Li c. 2 2454/I ns. SouthwestRescreenEarl ySnowbi rdSpeci al ! Compl et eRescreeni ng: $995( upt o1, 500SF) Al lCompl et eRescreens Ent eredt oWi naFREE GasGri l l !941-465-2318FreeEst i mat es!Insured. 5185 ROOFI NG Repai rs,Roof i ng Repl acement 30YearsExperi ence Di scount st oSrs&Vet s FreeI nspect i ons&Est .Cal lHugh 9416620555RMCOATSI NC.Li c.CCC#1325731I ns. GREENROOFING& WATERPROOFING TECHNOLOGIESFULLSERVI CEROOFI NG CONTRACTOR30YRSPLUS LOCALEXPERI ENCEMETAL, SHI NGLES,TI LE,FLATROOFS(ALLTYPES)REPAI RSCOMMER-CI AL/RESI DENTI AL. ASKUSABOUTWI NDMI TI GATI ONFORPOSSI BLE I NSURANCEDI SCOUNTS! 604COLONI ALN.NOKOMI S, FL34275OFFI CE:9414124047WEBSI TE:WWW. greenroof i ngonl i ne. com St at eLi C#CCC1328613 LEONARDÂ’SROOFI NG&I NSULATI ONI NC.FAMI LYOWNED&OPERATED SI NCE1969Shi ngl e, Ti l e,Bui l t Up,Si ngl ePl y,Met al ,Ful lCar pent r y, Ser vi ceAvai l abl e ReaganLeonar d 9414887478LI C#RC0066574 5140 PAI NTI NG/ WALLPAPERI NG DARI NÂ’SPAI NTI NG&POWERWASHI NG3RDGENFAMI LYBUS. POWERWASHI NG, PAI NTI NG& WALLPAPERINSTALLS& REMOVALS. FREEESTI MATES9419615878 LARRYESPOSI TOPAI NTI NG I NCÂ“I t Â’ sNotWhatWeDo,I t Â’ s HowWeDoI t ! Â”Fr eeEst i mat es , 10%of fSeni or&Vet er ans 9417641171l i c&i nsur ed AAA007825 MI KEÂ’ SPAI NTI NGSERVI CE ByMi keWi esner SERVI NGCHARLOTTEAND SARASOTACOUNTI ESFOR 25YRS9416973894 Li c/i ns Nat hanDeweyPai nt i ngCoCommer ci al&Resi dent al I nt er i or&Ext er i or Pr essur ewashi ng HandymanSer vi cesFr eeEst i mat es~Pr omptSer vi ce9414844576 nat handeweypai nt i ng. com PAI NTI NGUNLI MI TED Wher eQual i t y&Val ueMeet ! Fami l yOwnedandOper at ed. Cal lNowf oraFREEEst i mat e 9419797947 Li c.&I ns.AAA1200015 SUPERI OR PAI NTI NG, I NC. Ful l Spr ay Shop 941-474-9091Lic # AAA009837 SWEENEY` SPAI NTI NG Pr essur eCl eani ng Mi l dewTr eat mentPai nt i ng I nt er i or&Ext er i or Fr eeEst .Sr .Di scount s 9419161024Li c#AAA0010702 We Do I t A Shade Bet t er! LARRY BATES PAI NTI NG Fr ee Est i mat es Local l y Owned & Oper at ed941-625-1226Lic/Ins #RRR0002261 5155 PET CARE DOGCARE-byday/week, exer ci se,f enced,l ovi ng homeenvi r onment . 9416250853 5160 PLUMBI NG DOALLPLUMBI NGLLC AFul lSer vi ceCompanyf or ALLYourPl umbi ngNeeds. Drai nCl eani ngSt art i ng@ $75. 00.9416269353Li c#CFC1428884 LARRY`S PLUMBI NG,Re Pipes (Most in 1 Day) Est i mat e Compl et e Servi c e 941-484-5796 Lic.#CFC14259 4 THI NK PLUMBERS Ar e T oo H i gh? G i ve U s a T r y! Retir ed Mast er Pl umber . Ross & Son 941-204-42 86Lic. CFC1428339 5180 PRESSURE CLEANI NG MI GHTYCLEANPRESSUREWASHI NG,LLC Mobi l eHomes,Dri veways Resi dent i alHouses,Roofs, PoolDecks,Gut t ers&Boat sFreeEst .GreatRat es!10%Sr .Di scount s! Li c.9414126531I nsu. BAILEYÂ’S PRESSURE CLEANINGTile roof Cl eani ngs st art i ng at @$150. Cal l 9414971736 DI RTYROOF?Saf eNoPressure Cl eani ng BarrelTi l e,Shi ngl e9416971749 9415875007Li c/I nsWWW. BENSONSSOFTROOFWASH.COM FULLHOUSE PRESSUREWASHI NGRat esSt art i ngAt : Ti l eRoof s$150Houses$65 PoolCage/Decks$65Dr i veways Ext er i orPai nt i ng,PoolDeck Coat i ngsANDMORE! ! 9414517550Li c. /I ns 5110 LAWN/ GARDEN &TREE SANDEFURSHOME &TREE Mai nt enance Tr ee t r i mmi ng, r emoval . We do i t al l !License/Insur ed941-484-60 4 2 STEVEÂ’ S TREE & HAULI NG Tree Removal & Tri mmi ng 29 Year s Exp. Li c/I nsd Fr ee Est i mat es 9418666979 Tremendous TreeFreeLandscape and Treeevaluation $150.00Value!I SACert i f i edAr bor i stJohn Cannon,FL6444A 10%SENI ORDI SCOUNT! 9414268983 www. nort hport t ree. com Ful l yLi censed&I nsur ed Of f erexpi r esDec.30t h,2015 5129 MASONRY WESTCOASTPAVERS Concr et eWor kForPool s, Lanai s,Dr i veways,Pr essur e Cl eani ng&Seal i ng. Seni or&Vet er anDi scount Fi nanci ngAvai l abl e 9417160872Li c#AAA1400088 5130 MOVI NG/ HAULI NG ALLTYPESOF CLEANUPS ! Same Day Ser vi ce! 24 Hr s. a Day! 9417640982 or 941-883-1231 MOVI NG HELP $$$ Save $$$ Packi ng Loadi ng Dr i vi ng 30 y r s e xp. 9 412236870 ROBÂ’ S ON THEMOVE,in c Moving and Del i ver y Honest , Rel i abl e, Court eous! Gr ea t Rates! 941-237-1823 SKI PÂ’ SMOVI NG Local&LongDi st ance. 1I t emorWhol eHouse! 9417661740 Reg. #I M1142Li c/I ns USDI TNO.1915800 9413591904 5140 PAI NTI NG/ WALLPAPERI NG BestPri ces-Qual i t yJob BestCoastPai nt i ng andPressureWashi ng Resi dent i al /Commer ci al 10%Of fWi t hAd! 9418158184 AAA00101254 STEVENÂ’ SCUSTOM PAI NTI NGRes/Comm.I nt /Ext FREEEST. Li c.&I ns.9412553834 50%of f Cal lNowt oLocki nan Amazi ngBangForYour Buck Fr omaSeasonedPai nt er 9414682660 AAA00101266 f or merf i r ef i ght er C. T.LANEPAI NTI NGScr eenSt uccoRepai r PowerWashi ng Dr i veways&MORE! Commer ci al&Resi dent i al I nt er i or&Ext er i or9416285297Li c. /Bonded/I nsur ance D. A. C.PAI NTI NG Â“Wedot hebestputust ot he t est ! Â”Resi dent al ,Commer ci al , I nt&Ext .PowerWashi ng Fr eeEst i mat es9417866531 Li c#AAA1300027&I nsur ed
Â©2011byKingFeatures Syndicate Yest erdayÂ’ s Challenger Answers Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 9
Page 10The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 DEARDR.ROACH:Iam sensi t i vet obl oodpr essur e machi nes.Whet heronmy wri st ,armorl eg,t heyhurt , andmybl oodpr essur e goesup.Thi shasr esul t ed r ecent l yi nadent i stnot wi shi ngt oext r actat oot h becausehermachi ne measur edmypr essur eat 190/98.Af ewyearsago, pri ort omi norsurgery, t hemachi negotasi mi l ar r esul t .Theyt ri edt oi nj ect mewi t hsomet hi ngt obri ng i tdown,andi twentdown al armi ngl yl ow.Duri ng vi si t st omypri mary-car e physi ci an,mypr essur e i sconsi st entl yaround 138/82.Anol d-f ashi oned cuf fi sused,andi sgent l y andsl owl ypumpedup.I f eelIamatri skofmedi cs mi sunderst andi ngt hi sand r ef usi ngt r eat mentorover r eact i ng.Iwonderi fmy casei suni queori fot hers havet hesameprobl em. WhatcanIdo?Â—R. W. G. ANSWER:Manypeopl e r eactwhent hei rbl ood pr essur ei sbei ngchecked, andi tal mostal waysmakes t hebl oodpr essur ehi gher . I tsomet i mescanbevery di f cul tt oknowwhet her t hebl oodpr essur ei s r eal l yel evat edorwhet her i ti sr eact i vehypertensi on ( al socal l edÂ“whi t e-coat hypert ensi onÂ”) . I nyourcase,t heeasi est sol ut i onseemsl i keaski ng t ohaveanol d-f ashi oned manualbl oodpr essur e dr awbyat r ai nedcl i ni ci an whocangent l yandaccur at el yt akeyourpr essur e. Youal soneedt owarnt he ot hercl i ni ci ansbesi des yourPCPt hataut omat ed bl oodpr essur ecuf f shave t hi sef f ect . Asapri mary-car edoct or , Iof t enhavet odeci de whet hert heel evat i onsi n bl oodpr essur ear ereact i ve t ot hesi t uat i on,soIrout i nel yr ecommendchecki ngt hebl oodpr essur eat homesever alt i mesweekl y bet weenvi si t s.Ther ear e aut omat edbl oodpr essur e devi cesyouwearf or24 hours,whi cht aket hebl ood pr essur eevery15mi nut es orso.Manypeopl er eact poorl yi ni t i al l ybut ,af t er af ewhours,donÂ’ teven not i cewhent hedevi ce i nat es.Occasi onal l yIhave t or esortt ol ooki ngf orsi gns ofdamaget ot heheartor bl oodvessel soft heeye t odet ermi newhet hert her eact i vebl oodpr essur e needst obet r eat ed. DEARDR.ROACH:A r ecentcol umnr esponded t oapersonquest i oni ng whyheorshef el tan i ncr easedneedt ouri nat e af t erspendi ng30mi nut es i mmersedi nwat er ,pl us aski ngi fwat ermi ghtbe absorbedt hrought heski n. Youranswermi ssedt he mark.Thephenomenon i sknownasi mmersi on di ur esi s,orpr essur ei nduceddi ur esi s.I n l aymenÂ’ st erms,when wei mmerseoursel vesi n wat er ,t hebl oodr et r eat s f romt hel i mbsbackt ot he t orso.Thebodyi nt erpr et st hi sast oomuchui d,so i tsi gnal st heki dneyst oget ri dofanyexcessui dwe mayhave.Thet emperat ur e oft hewat eraf f ect sour bodi est hesameway:The cool ert hewat er ,t hemor e t hebl oodr et r eat sf rom t hel i mbst ot het orso.The bl adderl l s,andt heurge t ouri nat ecomesuponus. Di versndt hi sacommon occurr ence.Thoseofusi n t heaquat i cexer ci sebusi nesst ypi cal l yl i mi tcl ass t i mest oabout45mi nut es t oavoi dt heprobl emof cl asspart i ci pant speei ngi nt hepool !Uponoccasi on, Ihavemeasur edankl e ci r cumf er encesbef or e andaf t eraquat i cexer ci se cl assesandhavewi t nessed asmuchasahal f -i nch r educt i oni nci r cumf er ence whenexi t i ngt hewat er . Â—A. A. ANSWER:Thankyouf or wri t i ngi n.Sever alpeopl e havewri t t ent oconrm t hi sphenomenon.Ihad t houghtt hi swoul dbe mor el i kel yi ndi verst hani n swi mmers. Thebookl etonedema andl ymphedemaprovi des i nf ormat i ononhowui d movest hrought het i ssues oft hebody.Readerscan or deracopybywri ti ng:Dr . RoachBookNo.106,628 Vi rgi ni aDr . ,Orl ando,FL 32803.Encl oseacheckor moneyor der( nocash)f or $4. 75U. S. /$6Can.wi t ht he r eci pi ent Â’ spri nt edname andaddr ess.Pl easeal l ow f ourweeksf ordel i very. Dr .Roachr egr et st hathe i sunabl et oansweri ndi vi duall et t ers,butwi l li ncor porat et hemi nt hecol umn wheneverpossi bl e.Readers mayemai lquest i onst o ToYourGoodHeal t h@med. cornel l . eduorr equestan or derf ormofavai l abl e heal t hnewsl et t ersat628 Vi rgi ni aDr .,Orl ando,FL 32803.Heal t hnewsl et t ers maybeor der edf romwww. rbmamal l . com.Reactivebloodpressure causestreatmentconfusionDr.Roach BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Sat urdays i n t he Cl assi ed Sect i on of t he Sun! adno=8600747
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 11 DearReaders:Here isthis week Â’ ssoundoff, aboutpackageamounts: Â“MySoundOf fi s aboutf oodpackagi ng. Compani esaredecreasi ngvol umeratherthan rai si ngpri ces.Iwoul d ratherpayaf ewcents morethantrytof i gure outquanti ti esf ormy f avori tereci pesorhave al mostawhol epackage ofunusedi ngredi ents. Â” Â—C. S. ,Gastoni a,N. C.Fastf act sDearReaders:Ot her usesfor empty,cleaned nutcans: Wrapi ndecorat i vepaperandusefor cookies . Asasmal lcont ai ner for lunches . Keepscrewsornai l s inone. Shel lyourownnut s andusetostor e. Cutasl i ti nt hel i df or api ggybank.Â—Hel oi seAÂ“but t onÂ”of garlic?DearHel oi se:I enj oyedreadi ngthe i nteresti ngandhi stori calarti cl eaboutHel oi se i narecentSanAntoni o Express-News. Ihaveheardofthe garl i cbul bandthe garl i ccl ove,butpl ease expl ai nwhataÂ“buttonÂ” ofgarl i ci s?Doesthat meantheenti regarl i c bul bi sused?Thank youf oral lyourhel pf ul suggesti ons.Â—Mari ai n SanAntoni o Mari a,thanksf or thementi onofthe speci alstorythatran i nournewspaperhere i nSanAntoni o.About thegarl i cbutton:You maybethi nki ngofmy motherÂ’ sHel oi seteri yaki saucereci pe,whi chshe gotwhenwel i vedi n Hawai i .Herori gi nalreci pecal l sf or1Â“buttonÂ” ofgarl i c,whi chi ssi mply acl ove,notthewhol e headorbul b! Di dyoumi ssthereci peandwantacopy?ItÂ’ s i nmypamphl et,al ong wi thmanyotherf ami l y sauceandseasoni ng reci pes. Gotomywebsi te, www. Hel oi se. com,or send$3andal ong, sel f -addressed,stamped (70cents)envel opeto: Hel oi se/Seasoni ngs, P. O.Box795001,San Antoni o,TX78279-5001. Haveareci pethatcal l s f oratabl espoonofwi ne butdonÂ’ thaveany?Use appl ej ui cei napi nch, dependi ngonthereci pe.Mostreci peswonÂ’ t suf f erbyomi tti ngj ust 1tabl espoonofwi ne anyway.Â—Hel oi seCompaniesturnthevolumedownHintsfromHeloise BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY You can nd every busi ness and servi ce under t he sun i n t he Busi ness & Servi ce Di rect ory!Make your business a part of it! Call 866.463.1638 adno=8600748
Page 12The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 ARIES (March21-April19).Youcouldmisssomethingbylivingtoomuchinyourheadorapproachingeverysituationfromanintellectualstandpoint. Engageyourbodyandfeelings. TAURUS (April20-May20).Avoidlisteningto gossiporchiminginÂ„itwillonlyweakenyour position.Keepminoreverydayproblemsoutofthe conversation. GEMINI (May21-June21).Yourvoiceissoneeded inthisworld.Youareunique.Thisiswhyyoucan't p redicthow p eo p lewillreactto y ounowÂ„the y haveneverreactedtoanyoneinquitethesame way. CANCER (June22-July22).Onestep,thenanother Â„that'sonewaytogetthere.Also,thereare aboutahundredotherwaystotrywhenyouget tiredofploddingalong. LEO (July23-Aug.22).Sure,you'renotthewhole teamÂ„you'rejustoneperson.Still,thegroup worksthewayitdoesbecauseofyourinput.Whatif youthoughtthatwithoutyoutherewasnothing? VIRGO (Aug.23-Sept.22).Timeisnottheenemy. If y ouuseitri g ht,itcanbever y muchon y ourside. Onewaytobefriendthehoursisnottotrytostu somuchintothem.Takethepressureo. LIBRA (Sept.23-Oct.23).Peoplewilltrytogetyou totakeovertheirresponsibilities.Therearevery fewthingsyouneedtotakeissuewith.Mostofthe bothersomethingswillfallaway. SCORPIO (Oct.24-Nov.21).Ifyou'renotsurewhat tothinkofsomeone,looktothegroupofpeople aroundthatperson.Yourabilitytocorrectlyassess characterwillmakethedierence. SAGITTARIUS (Nov.22-Dec.21).Everytimeyou chooseanaction, y ouarealsochoosin g theconsequencesofthataction.Yourmindwillnaturallyskip totheendresult. CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan.19).Youinvested thinkingthatonceyoureceivedthegoods,yourlife wouldchange.Itdid.Nowyou'restuckwiththis thingyoudon'tknowwhattodowith. AQUARIUS (Jan.20-Feb.18).Itwon'tbenecessary topush,prodormanipulateinordertogetyour way.Justdowhatmakesyouhappy,andyour environmentwillfallintoharmony. PISCES (Feb.19-March20).Youputitoutthere. Thattook g uts.Notever y onewillloveit,butthat wasneverthegoal.Thegoalwasalwaystoput somethingintheworldthatwasn'ttherebefore youandwouldn'tbethereifitweren'tforyou. TODAY'SBIRTHDAY (Oct.26).Youmightbe surprisedwhoseesthegoldinyourheartandwants topullyouclose.You'reopentoloveinmanyforms thisyear,andyourlifewillbeenriched.November featuresdomesticupgradesandentertaining.Early in2016,you'lltraderesponsibilitieswithsomeone andndit'samuchbettermatch.Sagittariusand Aquariuspeopleadoreyou.Yourluckynumbersare: 7,4,40,44and13. DEARABBY:My ex-husband andIhave beenbacktogether for eight months.Wewer e div or cedfor twoyears , duringwhichtimehe remarr ied. Westay edin contact duringhissecond marriage andhesays he still lo vesme,soheleft her . HeÂ’ snowbackwi t h meafter living onhis ownf oraf ewmont hs. I Â’ mf rust rat edbecause hewonÂ’ tcommi tt ome again. Hesays hehas for giv enmefor what brokeupourmarri age, buthewill neverconsider remarryi ngme. Hesayshehasl ost f ai t hi nal lwomen.He saysonemarri aget ome wasenoughandt hat heÂ’ sconf used.Het ol d mei t Â’ snewi t hhi mi fI putmyri ngsbackon.He i nt roducesmeashi swi f e whenweÂ’ reoutt oget her , butwonÂ’tdi vorcehi s secondwi f e. IknowI Â’ mcomi ngon toostr ongandpressur ing himtobethemanhe usedtobe.Ijust donÂ’ t think it Â’ sright that he shouldgetall thebenets ofhaving hiswife and childr enbackwithnone ofthecommitment. Shoul dIbackof fand giv ehimtimetoheal, or amItr appingmyself in ahopel essrel at i onshi p that Â’ sgoingtoleav emea div or cee?Â—HOPELESS INMISSOURI DEARHOPELESS:I t hi nkwebot hknowt he answert ot hat .Yourex hasst at edcl earl yt hat hewi l lneverconsi der remarryi ngyou.Under t heseci rcumst ances, yourweddi ngri ngs shoul dremai ni nt he drawer .Whi l ehemay i nt roduceyouashi swi f e, youarenothi swi f e.Hi swi f ei shi swi f e,whi ch ent i t l eshert oal lt he ri ght sandpri vi l egesof herst at usasaspouse accordi ngt ot hel awsof Mi ssouri . Bepreparedt ogi ve yourexpl ent yoft i met o Â“heal Â”while living onhis own.I fhei sconf used, insist that heworkhis issues thr oughwitha ther apist. Allo winghim tostay withyouwhile marriedtosomeoneelse wasamistake .Youshould havethought thr ough howt hearrangement mightaffect yourchildr en befor eyouagr eedtoit. DEARABBY:My mothercomesfr oma lar gefamily .Whilemost ofthetimeever yoneis kindandfairly respectful, ther ehavebeensev er al occasions whengossiping family membershave said hurtful things . Mostrecently ,acommentwasmadeaboutmy29-y ear -old brother . Hei sunmarri edand i snÂ’ tdating anyone.He workstwojobs andalso par ticipates inshing tour naments.Someone commentedthat he Â“mustbegayÂ”becausehe Â“hasguyssleep overathis house Â”andÂ“doesn Â’ thave agi rl f ri end. Â” Fort herecord,my brother isstr aight. His shing teammates sleep overbecause they leav eat3a.m.for their tour naments. Thi sreal l yannoyed mymomandme.I t Â’ sno oneÂ’ sbusi nesshowhe choosest ol i vehi sl i f e, st rai ghtorgay.Whi l ewe t ryt odi st anceoursel ves f romt hei rcomment s, st ayi ngqui etaboutt hem i sbecomi ngmoreand moredi f cul t .Whatcan wesaywi t houtsi nkingt o t hei rl evel ?Â—SEETHING INOHIO DEARSEETHING:How aboutbeingdir ect: Â“My brother/son isnotgay . Pl easest opspreadi ng rumorsabouthi mt hat ar enÂ’ ttr uebecause it Â’ s real l yannoyi ng. Â” DearAbbyi swri t t en byAbi gai lVanBuren, al soknownasJ eanne Phi l l i ps,andwasf ounded byhermot her ,Paul i ne Phi l l i ps.Cont actDear Abbyatwww. DearAbby. comorP. O.Box69440,Los Angel es,CA90069. Â“CommitthywayuntotheLor d;trust also inhim; andheshall also bring it topass. Â”Â—Psalms37:5. Thisverse brings guar anteedsatisfaction. Focus yourat t ent i onont heLordandenj oyHi sbl essi ngs. BIBLEManreturnstohisexandkids whilemarriedtosomeoneelseVeni ceGondol i erreaders:Lookf ort hepuzzl esol ut i oni nt heOurTownsect i on DearAbby
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 13 Monday TelevisionVEN-VENICEE-N-ENGLEWOODSAR-SARASOTAPC-PORTCHARLOTTEARC-ARCADIASPG-SOUTHPUNTAGORDAOCT.26PRI METI ME N E V N E R A S C P C R A G P S S O I F 6PM6:307PM7:308PM8:309PM9:3010PM10:3011PM11:30 T S A C D A O R BABC E F 40777107-7ABC7News @6pm( N)ABCWorld NewsTonight( N)ABC7News at7( N)ToBea Millionaire?( T VG)DancingwiththeStars( T V P G)( N)( HD)Castle: OnceUponaTimein theWestUndercovermission.( T V P G)ABC7News @11pm( N)Jimmy KimmelLive( T V 14)( N) ABC E F 26---7117-ABC7News @6:00pm( N)ABCWorld NewsTonight( N)The7OÂClock News( N)( HD)Entertainment Tonight( N)( HD)DancingwiththeStars( T V P G)( N)( HD)Castle: OnceUponaTimein theWestUndercovermission.( T V P G)ABC7News @11:00pm( N)Jimmy KimmelLive( T V 14)( N) CBS E F 11213213-555-WINKNews at6pm( N)( HD)CBSEvening News( N)( HD)WINKNewsat 7pm( N)( HD)InsideEdition( T V P G)( N)( HD)TheBigBang Blackmarket.( N) ( : 31)Supergirl: PilotKara Danversembracesher powers.( T V P G)( N) ( : 31)Scorpion: Tech,Drugs,andRockÂnRoll Avirusturnsbuildingintodeathtrap.( T V P G)( N) ( HD)WINKNews at11pm( N) ( HD)LateShow Melissa Benoist.( N) CBS E F 10101010---1010News, 6pm( N)CBSEvening News( N)( HD)Wheelof Fortune: Halloween Jeopardy!( N) ( HD)TheBigBang Blackmarket.( N) ( : 31)Supergirl: PilotKara Danversembracesher powers.( T V P G)( N) ( : 31)Scorpion: Tech,Drugs,andRockÂnRoll Avirusturnsbuildingintodeathtrap.( T V P G)( N) ( HD)10News, 11pm( N)LateShow Melissa Benoist.( N) NBC E F 20-232-222-NBC2News @6pm( N)( HD)NBCNightly News( N)( HD)Wheelof Fortune: Halloween Jeopardy!( N) ( HD)TheVoice: TheKnockoutsPremiereRihannaarriveson scenetohelpremainingartistsreachtheirpotential.( T V P G) ( N) ( HD)Blindspot: CedeYourSoulThe teamneedstodestroyanapp.( T V 14)NBC2News @11pm( N) ( HD)TonightShow DavidSpade.( N) NBC E F *888-8-8NewsChannel 8at6:00( N)NBCNightly News( N)( HD)NewsChannel 8at7:00( N)Extra( T V P G)( N) ( HD)TheVoice: TheKnockoutsPremiereRihannaarriveson scenetohelpremainingartistsreachtheirpotential.( T V P G) ( N) ( HD)Blindspot: CedeYourSoulThe teamneedstodestroyanapp.( T V 14)NewsChannel 8at11:00( N)TonightShow DavidSpade.( N) FOX E F 36---444-FOX4NewsatSix Communitynews;weather; traffic;more.( N)FamilyFeud Families compete. FamilyFeud Families compete. Gotham: RiseoftheVillains: ByFireSiblingsreunite.( T V 14) ( N) ( HD)MinorityReport: FiddlerÂs NeckArthur,Dashhelpsickgirl.( T V 14)( N)FOX4NewsatTen Local newsreportandweather update.( N)FOX4News atEleven( N)TMZ( R ) FOX E F 13131313-13-13FOX136:00 News( N)( HD)FOX136:30 News( N)TMZ( N)TheInsider( N)( HD)Gotham: RiseoftheVillains: ByFireSiblingsreunite.( T V 14) ( N) ( HD)MinorityReport: FiddlerÂs NeckArthur,Dashhelpsickgirl.( T V 14)( N)FOX1310:00 News( N)( HD)FOX13 10:30News( N)FOX13 11:00News( N)DishNation( T V 14)( N) PBS E F 30-3-333-BBCWorld News( T V P G)Nightly Business Report( N)ThePBSNewsHour( N)( HD)AntiquesRoadshow: Tulsa, OKNotesignedbyMother Teresa;rifle. AntiquesRoadshow: Chicago( T VG)( N)( HD)IÂllHaveWhatPhilÂs Having: Barcelona( T V P G)( N) ( HD)CharlieRose( N)( HD) PBS E F #3173---3BBCWorld News( T V P G)Nightly Business Report( N)ThePBSNewsHour( N)( HD)AntiquesRoadshow: Tulsa, OKNotesignedbyMother Teresa;rifle. AntiquesRoadshow: Chicago( T VG)( N)( HD)IÂllHaveWhatPhilÂs Having: Barcelona( T V P G)( N) ( HD)BrazilwithMichaelPalin: TheRoadtoRioBrazilÂs minerals.( T V 14)( R ) CW E F 46---6216-BigBang Better acquaintance. WINKNews at6:30pm( N)TheBigBang Sheldondrives. Two&Half Pending divorce. CrazyEx-Girlfriend Housewarmingparty.( T V 14) ( N) ( HD)JanetheVirgin: Chapter Twenty-FiveJaneÂsdilemma.( T V P G)( N)( HD)WINKNews@10pm( N)( HD)Twoanda HalfMen: Pilot( HD)Mike&Molly PeggyÂsstories. CW E F 44999---4Mike&Molly PeggyÂsstories. Mike&Molly Guys-onlytrip. 2BrokeGirls Cookingshow. 2BrokeGirls Priceyfish.( T V 14)CrazyEx-Girlfriend Housewarmingparty.( T V 14) ( N) ( HD)JanetheVirgin: Chapter Twenty-FiveJaneÂsdilemma.( T V P G)( N)( HD)Twoanda HalfMen: Pilot( HD)Two&Half Pending divorce. Friends EmilyÂs goodbye.( HD)Friends JoeyÂsagent dies.( HD) MYN E F 38111111---14FamilyFeud( T V P G)( R )Entertainment Tonight( N)( HD)FamilyFeud( T V P G)( N)FamilyFeud( T V P G)( N)Law&Order:SpecialVictims Unit: PervertedPrimesuspect.( T V 14)Law&Order:SpecialVictims Unit: AnchorÂAnchorbabiesÂŽ murdered. Cops Reloaded( T V 14)( HD)Cops Reloaded Failingtostop. Hotin Cleveland RockstarJoy. CougarTown Doctorvisit.( HD) IND E F 32121212-38-12Modern Family: ClosetConÂ13 Modern Family: The BigGame BigBang Better acquaintance. TheBigBang Sheldondrives. Anger Lacey engaged.( T V 14)Anger Awild date.( T V 14)( HD)Law&Order:CriminalIntent: MalignantDrugtampering.( T V 14)( HD)TheOffice Ethicsseminar.( HD)TheOffice Andywantsto quit. FamilyGuy Deathvisits Peter. FamilyGuy Cancercure.( HD) ION E F 662221326-17CriminalMinds: PoisonSmall townplaguedbypoisoner.( T V P G)( HD)CriminalMinds: AboutFace KillerpostsÂmissingÂŽfliers.( T V 14)( HD)CriminalMinds EliteFBI profilersseekkillers.( T V 14) ( HD)CriminalMinds: 100Hotchner racestofindtheReaper.( T V 14) ( HD)CriminalMinds: DevilÂsNight SearchingforHalloweenkiller.( T V 14)CriminalMinds: Corazon ReidÂsconcernedabouthis health.( T V 14) E L B A CA&E262626263950181MyHaunted( T V 14)MyHaunted( T V 14)Fear:BuriedAlive Fearsconfronted.( T V P G)Cursed( T V P G)( N)( HD)( : 06)Cursed( T V P G)( R ) AMC565656563053231( 4: 30)Constantine (Â05) ThesonofSatan. Predator (Â87,ScienceFiction) AcommandounitintheCentral Americanjungleishuntedbyaninvisiblealien.( R )( HD)Predator2 (Â90,Action) DannyGlover.CopsandanFBIagent seektoendthekillingspreeofaextraterrestrial.( R )( HD) APL444444443668130Untamed( T V 14)( HD)WorldÂs Half-tonbull. KillerHornets( T V P G)Devoured( T V 14)( R )Man-Eating( T V 14)( R )KillerHornets( T V P G) BBCAM114114114114114114189TopGear( T V P G)( R )TopGear( T V P G)( R )TopGear( T V P G)( R )TopGear( T V P G)( R )TopGear( T V P G)( R )TopGear( T V P G)( R ) BET353535354022270MartinMartinMartinMartinMartin( : 37)AlexCross (Â12,Crime) Trackingdownaserialkiller. WestBrooks( T V 14)( R ) BRAVO6868686825451185Housewives( T V 14)( R )Housewives( T V 14)( R )OCSocial( T V 14)( N)Housewives( T V 14)( N)Ladies Denmarkvisit. WatchWhatHousewives COM666666661527190NightlyShow( T V 14)DailyShow( T V 14)Key;Peele( T V 14)Key;Peele( T V 14)Key;Peele: Dubstep Key;Peele( T V 14)SouthPark( T V MA )SouthPark( T V MA )Archer: Skorpio( HD)Archer Bomb threat. JustforLaughs:All-Access: AndySamberg( R ) DISC404040402543120Street( T V 14)( R )( HD)Street( T V 14)( R )( HD)Street( T V 14)( N)( HD)Street( T V 14)( N)( HD)VegasRat( T V P G)( N)( : 02)Street( T V 14)( R ) E!464646462726196Teresa Prisonvisit. E!News( N)( HD)DashDolls( T V 14)( R )DashDolls( T V 14)( R )DashDolls( T V 14)( R )E!News( N)( HD) FAM555555551046199( 5: 30)SleepyHollow (Â99)An18th-centurytownisterrorized byarashofgruesomebeheadings. SwitchedatBirth BayÂsart show.( T V 14)( N)Terror( T VG) ( HD)TheNightmareBeforeChristmas (Â93, Holiday) Christmasghouls. The700Club( T VG)( N) FOOD3737373718376164Halloween( T V P G)( R )Halloween( T V P G)( R )Halloween( T V P G)( R )Halloween( T V P G)( N)BeatBobbyBeatBobby Diners( R )Diners( R ) FX51515151584953( 5: 30)ParanormalActivity4 (Â12)Bizarre eventsinquietneighborhood. Elysium (Â13,ScienceFiction) MattDamon.AcourageousmanÂs effortstosavearuinedEarththreatenthewealthy.( R )Fargo Desperatesearch.( T V MA )( N)( HD) ( : 11)Fargo Desperatesearch.( T V MA )( R )( HD) GSN17917917917934179184Fam.FeudFam.FeudFam.FeudFam.Feud Idiotest( T V P G)( R )( HD)Fam.FeudFam.FeudFam.FeudFam.FeudFam.FeudFam.Feud HALL5551713773240Waltons( T VG)Waltons Jewishsoldier. TheWaltons: TheIdol TheMiddleTheMiddleTheMiddleTheMiddle GoldenGolden HGTV414141415342165LoveIt: SinkorSwim LoveIt( T VG)( R )( HD)LoveIt Dreamhome. LoveIt( T VG)( N)( HD)HuntersHuntersLoveIt Reinventorsell. HIST818181813365128PawnStarsPawnStarsPawnStarsPawnStarsPawnStarsPawnStars Roanoke:SearchForTheLostColony( T V P G)( : 03)ToBeAnnounced LIFE363636365241140IDonÂtKnowHowSheDoesIt Balancinglife. 27Dresses Aperennialbridesmaidisinajam.( : 02)TheSwitch (Â10) Havingababy.( P G13) NICK252525252444252Shakers Thunderman Academy ThundermaniCarly( R )iCarly( R )FullHouseFullHouseFullHouseFullHouse FriendsFriends OWN585858584767145NYERNYERNYERNYERDateline( T V 14)( R )( HD)Dateline Tragicdeaths. Dateline Womanfound. Dateline( T V 14)( R )( HD) QVC14141491413150RiversClassics( T VG)InspiredStyle( T VG)LOGObyLori( T VG)IsaacMizrahiLive!PMStyleÂ®withShawnKillinger( T VG) SPIKE57575757296354Cops( R )Jail( T V 14)Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R )Cops( R ) SYFY6767676725364180Cabin Blade:Trinity (Â04)TwoalliesjointheDaywalkerÂscrusade. IAmLegend (Â07)WillSmith.Virusisunleashed. DisasterL.A. (Â14) TBS59595959326252SeinfeldSeinfeldSeinfeldSeinfeld FamilyGuyFamilyGuyDad( R )Dad( R )BigBangBigBangConan( T V 14)( N)( HD) TCM656565656574230( : 15)RidetheHighCountry (Â62,Western)RandolphScott. Gunslingerstransportagoldshipment. PleaseDonÂtEattheDaisies (Â60,Comedy)DavidNiven, DorisDay.Ateacherbecomesacritic. TheImpossibleYears (Â68,Comedy) Daughtersvexpsychiatrist.( G)55atPeking (Â63) TLC454545455772139SayYesSayYesHoarding Likemother. Hoarding Squatter.( R )Hoarding( T V P G)( R )Hoarding Invade.( R )Hoarding( T V P G)( R ) TNT61616161285551Castle: LawandMurderJuror killed.( T V P G)Castle: SliceofDeathPizza murder.( T V P G)Castle: TheDeadPool Swimmermurdered. Castle Goingrenegade.( T V P G)( HD)MajorCrimes Viralvideo enigma.( T V 14)( R )MajorCrimes: FifthDynasty JudgeÂssonkilled. TOON808080804620257TitansGo! GrandpaWeBareGumballRegularGardenKingHillCleveland RickMortyDad( HD)FamilyGuyFamilyGuy TRAV6969696926066170Bizarre: Goa,India( R )Bizarre( T V P G)( R )( HD)Bizarre: Charleston( R )Bizarre Phillypride.( R )Traveler( T V P G)( R )Uncommon( T V P G)( N) TRUTV636363635030183Dumbest( T V 14)( R )Jokers( R )Jokers( R )Jokers( R )Jokers( R )Jokers( R )Jokers( R )Jokers( R )SuperIntoBillyOnSuperInto TVL626262623154241GilliganÂsFactsLifeFactsLifeFactsLifeFactsLife FactsLifeRaymond RaymondRaymondRaymondQueensQueens USA34343434225250NCIS: Housekeeping ModernModernWWEMondayNightRaw( L i v e )( HD)ModernModern WE117117117117117117149CSIMiami( T V 14)( HD)CSI:Miami: GrandPrix CSI:Miami: Bait( T V 14)CSI:Miami: Extreme CSIMiami( T V 14)( HD)CSIMiami( T V 14)( HD) WGN16161619411168BlueBloods: Pilot( HD)TheGreenMile (Â99,Drama) Aprisonguardmeetsaspecialconvict. ManonFire (Â04)Formerassassinprotectschild. S W E NCNBC393939395937102MadMoney( N)Pitbull:Fame( R )SharkTank( T V P G)SharkTank( T V P G)SharkTank( T V P G)TheProfit( T V P G)( R ) CNN323232321838100SituationRoom( N)ErinBurnett( N)Cooper360Â°( N)( HD)LongRoadtoHell( N)CNNTonight( N)Cooper360Â°( R )( HD) CSPAN181818183712109Politics&PublicPolicyPolitics&PublicP olicyPolitics&Public PolicyLandmark: Lochnervs.NewYork HearingsKeyHearings FNC646464644871118SpecialReport( N)( HD)OntheRecord( N)( HD)TheOÂReillyFactor( N)TheKellyFile( N)Hannity( N)( HD)TheOÂReillyFactor( R ) MSNBC8383838318540103MSNBCLive( N)( HD)HardballwithChris( N)AllinwithChrisHayesRachelMaddow( N)LastWord( N)( HD)AllinwithChrisHayes SNN66611---SNNEveNews50Plus( N)YourLifeNewsNewsNewsNewsSNNLateSNNLateESNNLateENews S T R O P SESPN29292929125870MondayNightCountdown( L i v e )( HD)MondayFootball: BaltimoreRavensatArizonaCardinals( L i v e )( HD)( : 20)SportsCenter( HD) ESPN23030303065974SportsCenter( HD)BaseballTonight( HD)30for302015WSOP 2015WSOP( R e p l a y )2015WSOP( T a p e d )2015WSOP( T a p e d ) FS148484848426983NASCAR( HD)CuriousCase( HD)BabeRuth( HD)Haters:TheAnatomyWPTAlpha8( T a p e d )FOXSportsLive( HD) FSN72727272725677TheFinsiders( HD)ParkPipe: CopperMt. ParkPipe( R )P1AquaX Superstock GolfLife Game365 WrldPoker( T a p e d ) FSSUN38383838455776Game365 Heat( HD)MLSSoccer: OrlandoCityvsPhiladelphia( HD)FishFlatsFishingFishingReelFishFloridaSt.( HD) GOLF49494949556093GolfCentral( HD)TheGolfFix( HD)LessonsPGATOUR Golf: ShrinersHospitalsforChildrenOpen:FinalRound( HD) NBCSN71717171546190ProOffTheFLW( HD)FLW( HD)EyeofDeerHuntBattleofPLWorldMenInPremier M U I M E R PDISN1361361361369945250Halloweentown (Â98) Ayounggirl learnssheisawitchandmustsave Halloweentownfromevilforces.( : 35)HalloweentownII:KalabarÂsRevenge (Â01,Adventure) Ayoungwitchthwarts evilplans.( NR )Undercover Halloween party. Austin&Ally Scarystories.( R )Liv Family decision.( T VG) ( R )Jessie Party crashers.( T VG)GirlMeets World Party invite. K.C. Undercover Erniealone. ENC150150150150150150350( 5: 45)TheEqualizer (Â14,Action) DenzelWashington. Formercommandocomesoutofself-imposedretirementto rescueayounggirl.( R )( HD)Twister (Â96)Aretiredstormchaserandhisex-wifelead aragtagteamofscientistsononelast,dangerousruninto OklahomaÂsÂTornadoAlley.ÂŽ Overboard (Â87,Comedy) GoldieHawn,Kurt Russell.Carpenterconvincesanamnesiacthatsheishis wifeandmotherofhischildren.( P G) HBO30230230230230230240028Days (Â00) Partygirlin rehab.( : 50)TheTheoryofEverything (Â15,Drama) EddieRedmayne, FelicityJones.Famedphysicistmeetswife,facesphysicalailment,andmakes impactinscience.( P G13)( HD)HowtoDanceinOhio (Â15,Documentary)( NR )( HD)TheLeftovers: OrangeSticker Noraisawakenedbyan earthquake. Boxing( R e p l a y ) ( HD) HBO2303303303303303303402( 5: 15)VforVendetta (Â06)Amaskedvigilante fightsatotalitariangovernmentandenlistsa womanÂsaid.( R )LastWeek JohnOliver( T V MA )RealTimewithBillMaher RichardDawkins.( T V MA )( HD)TheLeftovers: OrangeSticker Noraisawakenedbyan earthquake. Hannibal (Â01,Thriller) AnthonyHopkins,Julianne Moore.AdisfigureddoctorluresthefugitiveHannibal LecterbacktoAmerica.( R )( HD) HBO3304304304304304304404TheCasualVacancy: Part2 ÂTheGhostofBarry Fairbrother.ÂŽ( T V 14) ( : 55)TheCasualVacancy: Part3Parishcouncilelection isimminent. TheMazeRunner (Â14,Action) DylanOÂBrien, AmlAmeen.Anamnesiacteenistrappedinamassive mazewithagroupofboys.( P G13)Project Greenlight Finalday. Godzilla (Â14,ScienceFiction) Godzillarisestorestorebalanceandfight againstmalevolentcreatures. MAX320320320320320320420( 5: 25)Contact (Â97,ScienceFiction) JodieFoster, MatthewMcConaughey.Abrilliantscientistdiscoversaradio signalfromextraterrestrials. TheKnick: YouÂreNoRoseDr. Thackeryiseagertoreturn.( T V MA )( R )JupiterAscending (Â15,Adventure) Channing Tatum,MilaKunis.Ayoungwomanwithalifeofbadluck discovershertruedestiny.( P G13)( HD)TheKnick: YouÂreNoRoseDr. Thackeryiseagertoreturn.( T V MA )( R ) MAX2321321321321321321422( 5: 15)16Blocks (Â06,Action) Copprotectswitnessfrom assassination. AlphaDog (Â07,Crime) BenFoster,Shawn Hatosy.Adrugdealerimpulsivelydecidestokidnapateen inordertogetmoney.( R )Vice (Â15,ScienceFiction) Anartificial humanescapesaresortthatcatersto visitorsÂfantasies.( R )( HD) ( : 40)EdgeofTomorrow (Â14)TomCruise. Officerkilledinbattlefindshimselfthrowninto strangetimeloop. SHO340340340340340340365GrossePointeBlank (Â97,Comedy) John Cusack,MinnieDriver.Whileintownonajob,ahitman decidestoattendhishighschoolreunion. Homeland: WhyisthisNight Different?( T V MA )( R )( HD)TheAffair( T V MA )( R )( HD)Homeland: WhyisthisNight Different?( T V MA )( R )( HD)TheAffair( T V MA )( R )( HD) TMC350350350350350350385( 5: 25)DonovanÂsEcho (Â11) Amanbeginsto experiencedÃ©jÃ vu. StarringAdamWest (Â13)Fan-fundedfilm onactorÂsrolesasBatmanin1966series &ÂFamilyGuyÂŽmayor.( : 25)AprilRain (Â13,Action) Aspecial militaryunitistaskedtotakedownaterrorist groupintheU.S.( NR )ColdinJuly (Â14,Thriller) MichaelC.Hall,Sam Shepard.Afterkillingintruder,manfearsforsafetywhen victimÂsfathermakesthreats.( R ) 6PM6:307PM7:308PM8:309PM9:3010PM10:3011PM11:30 6a.m. FSN GermanBundesligaSoccer Schalke 04at Borussia Monchengladbach. (T ) 9a.m. FS1 CollegeFootball KansasState Wildcats atTexas Longhor ns.(R) 11a.m. FSN MLSSoccer Orla n doCity atPhiladelphia Union. (T) GOLF EuropeanTourGolf UBSHongKongOpen:Final Roundfr omHongKongGCin Fanling, HongKong.(R) 1p.m. FSN SupercrossRewin d Oaklandfr omOaklandColise u inOakland, Calif. (R) 3p.m. FS1 CollegeFootball UtahUtesatUSCTr ojans. (R) GOLF PGATOURGolf Shrine r Hospitals for Childr enOpen:Fi nalRoundfr omTPCSummerli n inLasVegas. (R) 6p.m. ESPN MondayNight Countdown .( L) 7p.m. FSSUN MLSSoccer Orlando City atPhiladelphia Union. (R) 8p.m. USA WWEMonday NightRaw fr omValley View CasinoCenter inSanDiego. (L) 8:15p.m. ESPN MondayNight Football Baltimor eRavensat Arizona Cardinals. (L) 9p.m. ESPN2 2015WorldSeriesofPoker MainEvent.(R) GOLF PGATOURGolf Shrine r Hospitals for Childr enOpen:Fi nalRoundfr omTPCSummerli n inLasVegas. (R) 10p.m. ESPN2 2015WorldSe riesofPoker MainEvent. (T) 11p.m. ESPN2 2015WorldSe riesofPoker MainEvent. (T) 11:30p.m. HBO WorldChampionshipBoxing Crawfor dvs. Jean&Golovkin vs.Lemieux& Gonzales vs.Viloria. (R) 12a.m. FSN UFCReloaded UFC173:BaraovsDillashaw . (T) 4a.m. ESPN2 CollegeFootball Florida State Seminoles at GeorgiaTechYellow Jackets. ( R TodayÂsSports Convenient-Complete-SatelliteONLINETVListingswww.sun-herald.com/tv 9:00a.m. CBS LIVE!withKellyandMichael StanleyTucci discussesÂ“lmÂSpotlightÂŽ;Wesley SnipesofÂThePlayerÂŽvisits.(N) 10:00a.m. IND JerrySpringer Feistyfemalesaredeterminedto exactrevengeontheircheating partners. 11:00a.m. FOX TheSteveWilkos Show Awomanwantstoknowif hercousinÂsaccusationsagainst herfatheraretrue.(N) 11:00a.m. IND TheSteveWilkos Show Awomanbringsaloveron theshowtoprovethatherbabyis alsohischild. 1:00p.m. CW TheBillCunninghamShow Liedetectortests exposetruthforcouplessuspicious partnersarecheating.(N) 1:00p.m. IND JerrySpringer A mantriestopatchthingsupwith hisestrangedwife. 2:00p.m. IND TheSteveWilkos Show Awomanwantstoknowif hercousinÂsaccusationsagainst herfatheraretrue.(N) 3:00p.m. FOX LaurenLakeÂs PaternityCourt Ahighschool boyfriendisbroughttocourtbya womantotakeapaternitytest.(N) 3:00p.m. IND JerrySpringer Man wantstoknowwhyhegotdumped outoftheblue,butitinvolvesa secret.(N) 3:30p.m. FOX LaurenLakeÂs PaternityCourt Manbringshis Â“ancetocourtaftershetellshim shesleptwithsomeoneelse. 11:35p.m. NBC TheTonightShow StarringJimmyFallon ActorDavidSpade;boxerMikeTyson;Blake Sheltonperforms.(N)TodayÂsTalkShows
Page 14 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netMonday, October 26, 2015 VeniceGondolier readers:LookforthepuzzlesolutionintheOurTownsection LetThe DONÂTBELEFTINTHEDARK!LightYourWay!
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 15 SP20720To Pl ace, Correct , or Cancel Ad CALL Of f i ce Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-5PMFax: 86694914269414293110Check Out More SUN Cl assi f i ed Ads Onl i nesunnewspapers. netUPDATED DAI LY! ! ! 13487 TAMI AMI TR NORTH PORT SUN CLASSIFIED 6035 FURNI TURE TRI PLEDRESSER70w30h18 d brn9drw/bambt r$100941 4743194 TV19Â”COLORW/VCRbui l ti n $259412580340 TVHUTCHhol dsTV&st or age goodcondi t i on$150 9414457666 TVSTANDNI CESOLI DWTE OAK$309418304937 TWI NBEDSETS Lexi ngt on,Excel l ent ,Bahama $4509416283712 TWI NBEDSexcond$150 9417667603 USEDFURNI TURE,DOORS& SI NKS,CABI NETS$450 9413809212 WI NECABI NETNi cew-dr o p l eaf s$3005136388990 6038 ELECTRONI CS BEATSHEADPHONESbl ac k newi nbox$150239398 4264 CAMCORDERSONYOl de r Pal mr ecor der .$25941456 0936 CELLPHONEI PHONE4Sw / Char ger&Cases.Exc.Cond . $759414602734 DVD/CDPanasoni c5di s k car ousel$509417433321 FI SH&DEPTHFI NDER Lowr anceX47Uni tOnl y $209416989798 STEREOAM/FMVi nt ageLoo k $209413560129 TABLETSAMSUNG4G$70 2393984264 TUNERPANASONI CDol b y Di gi t al-exccond$125941 7433321 TVSHARP42LEDLi keNew W. War r .$2809415857740 6040 TV/ STEREO/ RADI O TV27Â”Or i on.GoodCondi t i on $30.obo9416262832 TV55Â”Hi t achi .Pr oj ect i on Scr een.GoodCondi t i on!$250. . obo9416262832 TV55Â”panasoni cpl asma,Ex. cond.$3009418751757 TVPHI LCOOl dbutst i l lgood . 21Â”X24Â”$509418897592 TVSTANDdrkbownwoo d smal l$209412580340 TVTOSHI BA27Â”exccond. , $1009417433321 TVVHS&DVDRCA24Â”vyg d cond$509417433321 TVCONSOLE60Â”espr esso w/2gl assdr s,newcost$225, sel l$1003057451685 6060 COMPUTER EQUI PMENT LAPTOPHPg6tI nt elDual Cor e 2. 13GHz,4gbRAM,15Â”LED . $2259419169026 LAPTOPVi st a,Of f i ce,DVDRW , A +cond$1759417432656 PCW/GAMESDualCor e, Of f i cePr o,Vi st a$80 9417432656 PRI NTERHPl aser j et1200ex c cond$409417433321 PRI NTERLEXMARKGrtCon d WI FIhookup$25941235 2232 6065 CLOTHI NG/ JEWELRY ACCESSORI ES A DULTHALLOWEENOut f i t s , hat sandmasks$20941475 3471 BROOCH/Sar ahCovent r y Vi nt agest ar bur stdesi gn $309416391517 COSTUMEFLAPPERdr esssi l ver-sz10exccond$20 9416260455 COSTUMEFLAPPERdr esspur pl e-sz10exccond$20 9416260455 HDLEATHERVest /Pant s womenÂ’ ssi ze16$509414755097 LEATHERJACKETl ar ge,ex c cond$759416617158 PI RATEBOOTSmenÂ’ ssi ze89 $159414755097 PURSECatDecoNew,Laur el Bur ch,9x14canvas$15 9416970501 6035 FURNI TURE NI GHTSTANDSTwo,Sol i d Wood$4009419141770 PATI OSET10Pcsexcel l en t cond$3509417661139 PATI OSET11pcsWrti r on Tbl ,4Chai r s,Umbr el l a$450 9412498800 PATI OSET4Al um Chai r s, Chai se&SmTabl e$19 9414739606 PATI OSET8chai r s/cseat i n g set$2009416374668 PATI OSETgl as s 4r ocker s/cush$125941637 0068 PATI OSETgl asst opt abl e& swi velchai r sw/cushi ons $1009416132434 PATI OTABLE&4STURD Y CHAI RS$1009417401000 PATI OTABLEGl asst opBr an d New62Â”X37Â”$25941473 9606 PATI OTABLEGl assTopBr and New62Â”x37Â”$37 9414739606 POKER/GAMETABLE Sol i dOakGoodCond $1903303880182 PUBTABLE4CHAI RSLi k e newl azysusan$500941456 6514 PUBTABLE4CHAI RSWi n e rack,Lazysusan$500941 4566514 QUEENBDRMSetMat chi n g Sl ei ghSt yl eHdbr d,Ni t eSt and , 6DrChest$2259415646193 QUI LTRACKDarkwood$25 9416276542 RECLI NER&OTTERMAN dkLeat herbr own, exccond $2509414753311 RECLI NERLAZYBOYRED$35 9418304937 RECLI NERLazyboy,Bei g e $1009416392554 RECLI NERTheraput i cmes sageTanl eat her$300513 6388990 RECLINER/ROCKER beautl i t et anf abri csupe r comf ynew$3159414853776 RECLI NER/ROCKER LazyBoyLi kenew.Br own $2959416978811 ROCKERant i que$50 9416374668 ROOMDI VI DERscr eenbl k& gol d. mustsee.$199941235 2203 SERTAQUEENadj ust abl ebas e New$4996318054602 SLEEPERSOFA&LOVESEAT ex.cond.pr i nt$285 9412555505 SOFA8Â’comf ycr eamw/pi nk& bl uef l owers$30814282 0627 SOFA8f oot ,comf ycr eam w/pi nk&bl uef l ower s$30 8142820627 SOFAbei gepr i ntnew,72Â’ Â’ x38Â’ Â’ l i ghtcol$1607189863608 SOFASt rat f or d,EAEndr e cl i nes.Li ghtBei ge.$250941 6392554 SOFA/Leat her .Newcond.Tan . 73Lx36D$2807189863608 STEREOCABI NETwood& gl ass38Â”x44Â”$5941445 5619 STORAGECABI NETWood w/door s35Â”x33Â”W$35 9414880417 TABLE&4chai rsswa n t heme. gave3000new.$495 9412352203 TABLE&4CHAI RSVGcond i t i on$1009413916898 TABLE&4CHAI RSwr ough t i r on. gl asst op. ex. c.$295941 2352203 TABLE4CHAI RSbamboo , gl asst op$1009416298096 TABLEROUND36i n,gl as s $205188132909 TABLEwhi t e60x36w/12Â”l ea f $2509414606022 TABLE/Ki t chenwood4cushi onchai r s36x50$140 7189863608 TABLES/COFFEE&END st onebasesw/gl asst ops $1259416132434 TELEVI SI ONSTAND30by17 by30.$509416295418 6035 FURNI TURE DI NI NGROOMSETSol i d mapl ew/6chr s&l eafvgd$175 9414457666 DI NI NGROOMTABLE Li kenewwoodw/8chai r s $4994014995633 DI NI NGSET( LACQUER ) Tabl e/6chai r s$300941681 6417 DI NI NGSETLi keNew $4999417632900 DI NI NGTABLE6chai rs72Â” x 42Â”Goodcon$115941764 0429 DI NI NGTABLEBr oyhi l l6 chai r s.$1509416392554 DI NNI NGTABLE&6chai r s sol i dwood$150941391 6627 DI SPLAYETAGERE5gl as s shel fexccond$200941743 3321 DRESSERwood9dr awer s, 72X18X30,USA,$333 9412755837 DRESSER,mi rr or&mat chi n g ni ghtst and,l i t ewood,goo d cond$2259414263198 DRESSER/MI RRORSOLI D wood,Ri chdet ai l s$500941 9141770 DRESSERS( 2) :7&6dr aws $759416374668 DROPLEAFTABLEwal nu t open48WX72L$300941497 7230 END&COFFEETABLES& Omi shbui l tni ce$475513638 8990 ENDTABLEmahogany2end, shel ves, door ,exc$140 7189863608 ENDTABLEMapl e $509414299048 ENDTABLEoct agonbrnwd 28wx24h/shel vesEXC$50 9414743194 ENDTABLE/CANEdr s 28x28x21h/i nnerst orageEXC $509414743194 FI LI NGCABI NET4dr awerl i gh t oakwood$509412580340 FOYERTABLEGl assw / met al /brass$100941743 3321 FREEWALLUNI T I vor y89x21x78l i ght ed 8176587949 FUTONI keaNeedscover$75 2248058353 HEADBOARDQueenl i ghtwoo d wi t hrat t ant ri m$25941474 3194 HITOPTABLE40Â”r ound,2 st ool s$3009419141770 IBUYFURNITURE Oranythingofvalue! 9414854964 KI TCHENTABLE&2CHAI RS whi t ewashsol i dwood$65 9412555505 KI TCHENTABLE&CHAI RS Vi nt age$1509412863007 KI TCHENTABLEwood,wi t h l eaf$509416617158 LANAISETTabl e42i n,r oun d w4chai r s$455188132909 LI VI NGROOMSET( 3pc)Crm Lt hr .Sof a,Loveseat&Chai r . Exc.Cond$9009415055775 MAGAZI NERACKExcel l en t Condi t i on$159414266748 MARBLEPEDESTALgr eeni s h 31Â”Hx14Â”di am$300941 5856622 MATTRESS&BOX. New-Wi l lSel l$100. 9416295550 MATTRESSQUEENexcel l en t cond.$1009414741640 MI RRORWI THdol phi nf ram e 27Â”X39Â”$459414083449 NI GHTSTANDBr oyhi l l . $509416295418 NI GHTSTANDChestMi l l i ng Road,pi ne,f i ne$399 9416283712 OUTDOORSET 4Chai r s&ChaseLge VGdCond$159414739606 OUTDOORTABLEHomecr es t w/4chai rs.$500941889 7592 PATI OFUNI TURE10pi cgra y al umt abl e&chai rwi t hBa r $4508639911254 6035 FURNI TURE BEDFULLSI ZEdar koak$75 9412270676 BEDROOMSETt wi n,compl . w/bur eau&ni ghtst d.$100 9414457666 BEDROOMSETw/Mat t& spr i ng$5009414566514 BEDROOMSET,GI RLS,Di sne y Col l ect i on,Of fWhi t e,Twi nTr un dl eBed,comeswi t hArmoi r e , Dr esserandNi ght st and.Al soi n cl udedDi sneyTV$180 5162972754Punt aGor da BEDSTwi nl i kenewcondi t i o n $3009416130550 BENCH/handpai nt ed+seat cushi on$3509414298221 BOOKCASELI GHTED 74Â” X30Â” X17Â”br own$100941 6816417 BOXSPRI NGS/2t wi n $40each9414298507 BUREAUWI CKER,6draw , 5Â’ Lx18Â”Dx28Â”HExc.cond . $1259414292404 CEDARCHESTbyLane, w/dr awer .$150BUFFET84Â”, BombayTypeI vor y,Hand pai nt ed.$2259417438270 CHAI RBROYHI LLchai r sCane backchai rsVGcond$125 9413916898 CHAI RS( 2)st ack, st eelpadde d $559412580340 CHAI RS2cai nedwood$40 5188132909 CHAI RS/SWI VEL2bl uecl ot h, pi xonr equest$5 9418899240 CHI NACABI NET al lwood70x80x17 $3339412755837 CHI NACABI NETBr oyhi l l , w/l i ght s&shel ves.$250941 6392554 COFFEETABLE36wpedst l wht /grayf auxmarbVGC$75 9414743194 COFFEETABLES2ea. 22x22x221ea. 36x36x15$60 9417632900 COFFEE/2ENDTABLESSET wood/l ami nat e$99 9412755837 COMPUTERDESKLshape d $1009416294295 CORNERHUTCHdarkwoo d vi nt age$759416374668 CORNERSHELF4Ti er$30 9414266748 COUCH&CHAI Ral ll eat he r $1509414238988 COUCH&CHAI R Bei gegoodcond.$150 9416245255 COUCH&Mat cht hr owpi l l ows , Past el s$2509416292494 COUCH-graywi t hbl ac k l eat her-exccond$195941 7433321 COUCHSLEEPERqueen, f abr i c,87x36x29$234 9412755837 COUCHS( 2)w/r ug2r ecl i ner s i neachcouch$125941473 9004 CURI OCABI NETMapl e, gl as s shel ves$759414755097 DESKCHERRY2ndpri c e mar kdownexcel l ent$200941 7692389 DESKSEATS2,62x38dar k w/i nl ay$1508142820627 DESK,62x38darkw/i nl ay , Seat s2,$1508142820627 DI NETTESET44Â”r ound 4chai r sl i kenew$150 9416374668 DI NETTESETS36Â”r ound/4 chai rs/wood/ea$250941 6816417 DI NI NGGLASSTABLE Bevel ed42Â”Wx6f t .Whi t e $1657189863608 DI NI NGRMSET,9pcs,Med Oak,ExcCond,Tabl e42x6072 w/l eaf$1, 7009416974070 DI NI NGROOMSET9pei c e medoak$2759412270676 DI NI NGROOMSETsol i d mapl et abl ewi t hl eaf6chai r s $1009414457666 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS STORAGECABI NETwhi t ecab i net&dr wr sexccond$40971 7433321 STRAWBERRYCHI NASET SEEPHOTO$30941460 3993 SWEEPERdi r ectdri vebag l ess/bel t l ess$35317709 8989 TABLECLOTH66X84wht embrt r m8napsnew$15 9418300524 TEAPOT,SUGAR,CREAME R UNI QUE!$209414603993 THROWPI LLOWSET/5d k r ed&gol d,f orbed,l i kenew $209417433321 TROPI CALPI CTURE42Â”h x 52Â”w$606096182082 TROPI CALPI CTUREl i kenew 31Â”x26Â”$359413560129 VACUUMÂ—HooverWi ndt un nelcashonl y.$35941916 9576 VACUUMELECTROLUXnoa t t achexcond$35941743 0582 VACUUMSharkRot at orLi k e New$1606466577241 WOOLRUG7. 9r oundLi keNew t r opi cal$2759414298507 6031 HOLI DAYI TEMS COSTUMEPRI ZEwi nneradul t undi et aker$359415858149 VI NTAGECHI NAGoebe or ndat ed,or i gboxes $10ea.9416391517 XMASTREEf beropt i c, 4Â’ , bas e i ncl uded$359417694949 6035 FURNI TURE A NTI QUEMAHOGANYdi spl a y case6Â’ X4Â’ X18Â”$250941408 3442 ARMCHAI R,bi ggr eeni sh f abr i c36X36X36$69 9412755837 A RMOI RE/DRESSERWoo d mahogany$509414083449 BARSTOOLS( 2)swi velwi t h backs$409415752789 BARSTOOLS4swi vlst l s,me t l f r ame,bl kl t herseat ,wdnl t he r backsexcond$300941766 9324 BARRELLCHAI RWI CKER Chi l dsi ze$159414266748 BED-MATTRESS&BOX. New-Wi l lSel l$100. 9416295550 BED2Whi t eWi ckerTwi n hdbds;f r ames;spr ngs;mat $2402165707075 BEDFRAMEOakgr eatcond . wi t hni ghtst and$300941979 5654 BEDQueenPi l l owt opMat t r es s &Box.Exc.Cond!$100941 6262832 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS KI TCHENTABLE&4chai r s cr eaml i ghtt an$175941227 0676 LADDER24FTal umexcon d $1259417430582 MATTRESS,FULLSET,NEW $2009414801246 MATTRESS,QUEEN&BOX. Br andNew-Wi l lSel l$175. Al soHaveKI NG. 9416295550 MI RRORWoodf rame24x44 $209416276542 FREEMERCHANDI SEADS! ! Topl aceaFREE mer chandi seadgot o: suncl assi f i eds. com andpl aceyourad. Â“Cl i ckonCl i ckHeret o Pl aceYourAdNowÂ” andf ol l owt heprompt s. FREEadsar ef or mer chandi seUNDER$500. andt headmustbepl aced onl i nebyyou.Onei t emper ad,t headmustbe3l i nesor l ess,pr i cemustappear i nt head.Youradwi l lappear onl i ne&i npr i ntf or7days! Somer est r i ct i onsdoappl y. LI MI T5FREEADS PERWEEK **EveryoneNeedst o Regi st eronOur NewSi t e** Needt oPl acea Cl assi f i edAd? Ent eryourCl assi f i edadand paywi t hyourcredi tcard 24hoursaday,7daysweek OI LPAI NTI NGLARGE53Â” x 42Â”$509416276542 ORI ENTALPI CSCoor dvases, decos4pcsea$10 9418300524 PATI OSETwr oughti r ongoo d condi t i on$759414298513 REFRI GWHI TEnewcondi t i o n $2509412270676 RUGOUTDOORPATI OGr een 8x20. Ni ce!$509419169026 SCREEN/STORMDOOR 351/4Â“X791/4Â”whi t e $503057451685 SEATCOVERS6gr een Aut umnHar vest .28x36. $69418301531 SEWI NGMACHI NEHomemar k del uxeper ciex$25941235 2232 SHELLCANDLEi n 12Â”st emgl asswhi t e 2f or$209416970501 SI NK,NEW,Faucet6Â”spou t chr omeonbr ass$20 9417432656 STEAMPRESSER St eamf astwi t hSTAND $1509419169576
Page 16The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 6160 LAWN & GARDEN TOP SOILFor Sal e! Pl eas e cal l : 9414684372 6165 STORAGE SHEDS/ BUI LDI NGS WEATHERKI NGPORTABLE BUI LDI NGSPur chaseor RentToOwn!Fr eeDel i ver y& SetUp.AskYourDeal er , Mat t asMot or sAboutOpt i ons 9419169222 6170 BUI LDI NG SUPPLI ES BALLVALVES,new1/2an d 3/4$63146091540 CHANDELI ER5l i t ebr ownan t i quest yl enew$40941460 8743 CHANDELI ER8LI TEcutgl as s domegc$409414608743 DRYWALL12Footsheet s$10 9412497869 SOLDER,1#r ol l s1/8Â”an d 1/16Â”$123146091540 STEELLI GHTPOST30Â’( 3 ) each$1009414748939 STEPLADDER8Â’f i ber gl as s $609414560936 WI NDOW-WI THscr ee n 24Â”x20Â”Â“Br andNew.$25941 6263215 6190 TOOLS/MACHI NERY A I RCOMPRESSERCampbe l l Hausf el d$309414755097 BENCHGRI NDERvi nt ag e madei nUSA$21941697 9485 BRASSTOOLSBrasst ool s newcondi t i on.$70941456 0936 BRASSTOOLSNew$70941 4560936 CHI PPI NGHAMMERMaki t a HR3851$2759417590013 COVERFORGERERATOR+ OI L,NEW$259416276780 DRI LL/ci r cl esaw/l i ghtRyobi 14. 4vol t$859417590013 ELECTRI CDRI LLRi ghtangl e Mi l waukee,Heavydut y.Gr ea t Cond!$509414239763 NAI LGUNPasl odenwi t hNai l s $759412761067 PAI NTSPRAYERGracoHVLP 4st age2speed$300317 7098989 PI PEDI ESANDCUTTER Ri dgi d1/8Â”-11/2Â”$100 3146091540 PI PEWRENCHRi dgi d al umi num83636Â”$90 3146091540 PI PEWRENCHESRi dgi d 24Â”1C24and1824 $503146091540 REFRI DGERANTRECOVERY Syst emBr andNew$450941 2497869 STI CKWELDERAC/DCr un s gr eat$3509414609540 TABLESAWRadi alarmwi t h / xt r abl ds$3005136388990 TABLESAWwi t haccesor i es $759416396103 TI LESAWChi cagonew bl ade/st and$175317709 8989 TOOLBOX( ForBackofTr uck ) CastAl umi num.5Â’x12Â”x10 Â” Exc.Cond.$959416280727 TORQUEWRENCHl i kenew $509414298513 WETSAW3/4HP7Â”THD550 $809412497869 WI NCHLUGALLcomeal on g 1500#$1109414608743 6220 OFFI CE/ BUSI NESS EQUIP ./SUPPLIES CHAI Rhi ghback2newbur g . l eat her$1109416979485 CHAI RHi ghbackof f i ce . Leat her/Bl k/Swi vel$35317 7098989 CHAI R/Leat herof f i ce Bl ackw/wheel s,ar mr est s. $229418301531 DESKCHAI RBl ack,f abr i csea t $109417692111 6135 BI CYCLES/ TRICYCLES TREK27spHybxpgear s Shi mi no.$4959412761067 6138 TOYS/ GAMES BUI LDI NGBLOCKSVi nt ag e 50+EXCCOND$25910612 1272 6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/ VIDEO NAVATRONM1502l i ghtki t 2umbr el l a,2st ns$200 8282736748 TELECONVERTER2Xf or Ol ympusOM1w/case$45 9416391517 6145 POOL/ SPA/ & SUPPLI ES **SPAS&MORE** www. spasandmor ef l or i da. com new/used110vol tPl ugi nÂ’ s. Tr adei nÂ’ sWel come! WeMoveHotTubs 9416256600 WeBuyUsedHotTubs DREAMMAKERSPA20054 person110v$275941286 3007 HOTTUB2003Gat sby. 24Per son.110Vol t . $4502316243260 HOTTUBSEATS5,WITH LOUNGERAND MAINTENANCEFREE CABINET.110OR220 VOLT.CANDELIVER $1, 8959414620633 JACUZZIJ4605Adul t s,Exc . cond.St eps&coveri ncl . $4, 0009418755020 POOLI NTEXi nf l at abl eeasyse t 18f t x48i n$1009412499070 6160 LAWN & GARDEN BLUBSUVFORBI OFI GHTER( 2 ) 16Â”NEW$809416276780 CHAI NSAWHomel i t e14Â”Li k e New!$1009414850681 Cuddl e up by t he f i re! Fi r ewood Spl i t , Bundl ed and r eady f or t he f i r epi t ! Pi ne, Oak, or Ci t r us, 941-468-4372 CULTI VATOR/MI NITI LLER Mant i s2cycl e9w10d$175 8282736748 GARDENTOOLSmany shovel s, r akes, br oomset c. $109415858149 GRI LLBRI CKMAN3burne r t ankandcovervg$50941 2863007 HOMELI TELI NETri mme r St rai ghtShaf t25cc$70941 4850681 LAWNMOWERScot t21Â”S/P 6. 5B&S$759414850681 MOWER22Â”sel fpr opel l ed , vgc.$1009418300490 MOWEREQUI P.Zer oTur n , Wal kBehi nd,Weedeat er , Chai nsaw,Bl ower ,Trai l e r $2, 995.9416263102 PATI OSET11pcsWrti r on Tbl ,4Chai r s,Umbr el l a$450 9412498800 PICNICTABLES 6Â’ ,7Â’&8Â’ Tabl es Tabl esHandcraft edChi l drensTabl esPressureTreat ed7175426714 Del i veryAvai l abl e PUSHMOWERBol en20Â”Jus t ser vi ced$1009414850681 SNAPPER28Â”RI DERFo r part s$1209414850681 SPREADERScot tSpeed y Gr eenNew.$209419169026 UMBRELLAJacl ynSmi t h8. 5Â’ . bl uest ri ped.new.$80941 2352203 6130 SPORTI NG GOODS FI SHI NGCOOLER102Q T WHI TE$409106121244 FOOSBALLTABLEHar var dPr o HD54Â”,Oak,VGC$165 9419799470 KAYAKOCEANDRI FTER K$5009414968349 LI FERAFTRever e6MAN Goodcondi t i on$250910612 1244 POOLTABLE6f t 8LALLACES SORI ESVGC$100941766 0679 POOLTABLERegual t i onSl at e , 8Â’ 9Â”x4Â”9Â”Â’ ,Excel l entCondi t i on! . $200.9415754980 POOLTABLERegul at i on, Sl at e,ByLei sur eBayw/al l accesor i es.Ex.cond.$300 9414570508 POOLTABLESl at e7f t . $4259414232970 PROPELLERSpai r$400 9417690792 REEL9/0Senat orPennw/80# powerpr o$1259417690792 ROD&REELZebcoPS90M QG70$1259416972927 SKIEQUI PMENTWemo n K2/Rossi gnolsz8$25941 4755097 SOFTBALLGLOVE$12941 7430582 SPI NNI NGREELPenn550 SSGNew$709416261329 SPI NNI NGREELPenn560 Sl ammerNewCondi t i on$70 9416261329 SPI NNI NGREELPf l uege r Medal i st$609416261329 TENNI SBALLMACHI NES( 2 ) Lobst er ,bot hf or$500941 2048049 TENNI SRACKETS( 2)Wi l son& Pr of i l e,Li kenew$65/ea 9414844068Veni ce VEST/camohunt .Cabel aÂ’ s wi t hseatpad,ext r as$60 9412047013 WANTED:NEWORUSED Wi ckerTr outCr eel s.Pt .Cha rl ot t e2187666777 6131FIREARMS BROWNI NGSPECI ALSport i n g Cl ayEdi t i onw/Case&8Ext r a Chokes.Exc.Cond!$1, 500 . ( 734) 6254318 6132FI REARMS A CCESSORI ES HANDGUN22aut omat i c $175/obo.22Magr evol ver $300/obo.( 941) 7669126 6135 BI CYCLES/ TRICYCLES 3WHEELERgoodl ooki ng / smoot hri di ng$225941474 1776 3WHEELERNi ceri di ngbi k e wi t hnewt i r es$170941474 1776 A DULTTRI CYCLEbrandnew , i nt hebox!$2759412841871 BI CYCLE2bi kehi t ch2Â”rac k r hodegear$309412769040 BI CYCLE24Â”l adi esHuf f yn o gear$359416252779 BI CYCLECARRI ERHi t c h mount edf or2bi kes$45208 7559355 BI CYCLEmensHuf f yBeac h Cr ui ser$509416252779 BI CYCLES1958Schwi n n Phant oms/nF828789$495 3177098989 BI KE29Â”SLI CKbl ackbi k e har d2f i ndsi ze$150941474 1776 BI KEBOYS24Â”21spee d mount ai ngr eatcon$40941 6269027 BI KES2DAHONFol di ngbag s newt i r es/whl s$200941629 0144 BI KES20Â”4yar dartyoupai n t each$59416252779 BI KESAdul tni cebi kesgr ea t pri cecal lnow!$50941474 1776 KI DSBI KES5bi kest akeal l $659417590013 TOWNI EBI KE3Spd,ManyEx t r as,Exc.$4959412761067 6110TR EES & PLANTS CANALI LI ESr edcanal i l i es$1 9417401000 SHRUBS@REASONABLE PRI CESPALMS:FOXTAI L,SYLVESTERPI GMY&MORE.GREATPRI CESSUIÂ’SNUSURY9412326835 PLANTS:pl umer i as,agave, al oe,br omel i ads,l i l y,oyst er $59416816417 PURPLEQUEENSGr ound cover$19417401000 6120 BABY I TEMS CARSEAT-Chi ccoconvert i bl e 2015Li kenew$175941626 3215 CHANGI NGTABLEdrawers& cabspace$409416616555 STROLLERGr acoGi r l s Pet /smokef r eeNI CE!$45 9414933851 6125 GOLF ACCESSORI ES 2011CLUBCARPRECEDENT4Passenger-48Vol tGol f Cart .Cust omSi l verPai nt . 2013Bat t er i es St r eetLegalLi ght s (Head,Tai l ,Si gnal ,Br ake) NewMCor e,SSCapsand Fol di ngRearSeat .Hor n AsNewCondi t i on $4, 295.9417166792 Del i veryAvai l abl e NOTextPl ease CLUBCARDS 4PassengerGol fCart48Vol t BRANDNEWBATTERI ES! Head&Tai lLi ght s.Ful l y Ser vi ced,Excel l entCondi t i on. $2, 6959418306026 NoTextPl ease! GOLFBAGHar dcasef or t r avel$109412580810 STATUEsol i dbr onze LadyGol f er14Â“Ht . $1759412498800 6128 EXERCI SE / FI TNESS BI KESchwi nnRecumbentex cersi zebi kegr eat$100941 6269027 EXCERCI SEBI KESchwi nnAi r dyneW/El ect rni c$225941 2688951 THERAPYBALLS1-bl ue& 1-whi t e$169416979485 TREADMI LL/PROFORM 635CWVer ygoodcondi t i on. $1509419994437 WEI GHTBENCHLi keNew!$50 9416391630 6130 SPORTI NG GOODS 2GUYS GUN SHOWS NOV21ST&22ND PortCharl otte Charl otteCounty Fai rgrounds 2333ElJobeanRd Buy-Sel l -Trade New-Used FREEParki ng CWPCl assesAvai l . Sat9-5andSun9-4 727-776-3442 www. next gunshow. com ANTI QUEBOWbearr ecur ve 52i nch45l b$199 9734761631 BOATBATTERYhol ddownt r a y NewWestMar i ne$8941626 3215 FI REWOOD No campi ng t ri p i s compl et e wi t hout i t ! Pi ne, Oak, or Ci t r us Spl i t , Bundl ed, and r eady f or t he f i r epi t ! 941-468-4372 6070 ANTI QUES COLLECTIBLES QUI LTTOP1950Â’ s $109412580810 SI LVERCERTI FI CATE1957 bl uesealni cecol l ect or$20 9412148188 SI LVERDOLLARMor ga n 1887XFcol l ect or$60941 2148188 SODACOOLEROr angeCr us h 60Â’ ssl i dervi nt age$400941 2148188 TAPACLOTHartf r omFi j i f ramed/gl ass42Â”X42Â”$125 9415858149 TI ERTABLE2t i er s/3l egs. $509416295418 TONKATOYDUMPt ruckvi n t ageUSAst eel$45941214 8188 VI CTROLAVV100/C 1916 r ecor ds&needl es$300941 2148188 VI NTAGEHERI TAGEMi ntDol l s Li kenew!$1008633031150 6090 MUSI CAL A CCORDI ONbyI ori oSyn phoni cmadei ni t al ybl kw/cas e $4999416245255 DRUMSET5pcs.Gr et ch,5p c Zi l danCymbalsetw/f ul lhar d war epackt opl ay$1500.941 2550016 GUI TARNEWKei t hUurban6 St ri ng,Awesomesound,Lear n t opl ay.30cdsbyKei t h,$350 3523641123Pt .Char l ot t e GUI TAR:El ect ri cw/case& box. ex. c.$1509412352203 ORGAN/BENCHVI NTAGE 24X50X42$200941681 6417 PREAMP/FXPROCESSOR ForAcoust i cGui t ar$35 9413795586 TROMBONE-BI SSONGoo d Condi t i on$2009414566514 6095 MEDI CAL BATHTUB&SHOWERGRABBARSI NSTALLEDDonÂ’ tWai tt oFal lt oCal l ! FreeI nHomeEval uat i on25YearsExperi enceCALLJI MÂ’ SBATHROOM GRABBARS,LLC9416264296Li c.#123956 I ns. #VGMD1014G51361 COMMODE3i n1new$45 2393984264 HOSPI TALBED,I nvacar e, Exc.Cond,Ful lEl ec.$400 9412862339 RECLI NERTheraput i cmes sageTanl eat her$300513 6388990 SCOOTER/Mobi l i t y 2bat t er i esGr eatcond. $4759414232970 SHI ATSUhomemedi c2hea t el ect .Each$109418899240 SHOWERCHAI RW/ADJUS T LEGSLi keNEW$30941268 8951 WALKERW/BASKET& BRAKEShas3wheel s,Ni ce . $659412688951 WALKER,HEAVYDUTYon4 wheel swi t hbr eaks.Aski ng$99 . Excond.( 941) 6254139,PC WHEELCHAI RSTANDARD SI ZENi ce$809412688951 WHEELCHAI RTRANSPORT chai r used1wk$65239398 4264 6100 HEALTH/ BEAUTY TOI LETRI SERToi l evat orex cel l entcondi t i on$50941460 9540 6110TR EES & PLANTS BOTTLEPALMS 25gal$250. Tr eemendousTr eeNur ser y 6068Ruf fSt . ,Nort hPort OpenSATURDAYS92: 30 9414684372 6065 CLOTHI NG/ JEWELRY ACCESSORI ES RACEJACKETDALEJRbu d 2006r edl gnew$80941460 8743 RACEJACKETDALESR2001 bl ackxlnew$80941460 8743 SANDALSSper r ydk.t ansi z e 11mni b$219416979485 WATCHESLadi es2New!gr ea t bar gai n!$20ea9416391517 6070 ANTI QUES COLLECTIBLES 1950Â’ SGLASScups/saucer s 6w/gol dt r i mMi nt$30 9416391517 8PHANTONst ockcarpr i nt sB &W11Â”X161/2Â”$24941 8897592 ALWAYSBUYI NG ANTI QUES,ART,SI LVER NEWENGLANDANTI QUES ( 941)6399338 BAYONETGERMANWW2 WKCKS98rar e$325941 2148188 BEATLES45Â’ S10or i gi nall abe l ( xmas).$99. 959414969252 BEDROOMSETbySl i gh,Van i t y,Chest ,Dr esser&Bed.Fu l l Si ze.$1, 2009417438270 BOBBLEHEADGrantHi l lNB A Or l ando$39414455619 BOYDSBEARPi l l ow14x14 t apest r yVGcond$20 9417432656 Buyi ngSi l verCoi ns andCol l ect i ons. TopPri cesPai d! Cal l9416267785 CHEST4Dr awerVer montHar d Mapl e$1259412559544 CHI NALennoxwheat ,6 ( 7pi ece)set t i ngs$225 9417694949 COI NFRANKLI N1956hal f dol l arMi nt$509412148188 COI NSPANI SH17912r ealsi l verr ar e$759412148188 COKEMACHI NEWORKS CANS$1759414565198 COMI CBOOKS-1970sandu p boxoff i f t y$209414741776 DROPLEAFTABLEwal nu t 48Wx72L$3009414977230 ENDTABLESl eat hr /mahogex c cond$2999417433321 FI GUREAl exRodr i quez Macf ar l andi npackage $109412580810 HALLTEAPOTad$35941 4083449 HARLEYDAVI SONCOLLECT 6sha.box,r adi o, phone $3409412555505 HUMMELSGEOBELS( 2) $609414453611 LLADRO8Â”BoyTenni sPl ayer Â“Mat chTi meÂ”.$40 9416970501 LLADROCLOWN#4618, mi nt .$1009416295418 ORI ENTALVASE24Â”PGIpi c s avai l$659416614477 OWLCOLLECTI ONUni que MUSTSEE$235941426 6748 OXYOKEHANDcar vedhar d woodvi nt age$50941214 8188 PI ANOSTOOLr ar eBr ancr of t C1900Â’ sswi vel$350941214 8188 PLATES( 3)Nat i veAmer i can Br adf or dExchage$30 9413560129 PLATESSpode2RetCabi net 200Anni v.ea$15 9418300524 PORCELAI NDOLLKi ngst at e Col l ect i bl e20Â”$5941445 5619 ROLLTOPDESK:Nat i onal MtAi r yExCond.$300 9416762449 SEWI NGMACHI NESi nger , sol i doakwi t ht r eadl e$150 9413503720
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 17 SP108719TheSunClassifieds 6255555 206-1200SP32227 941-429-3110
Page 18 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netMonday, October 26, 2015 7148 BMW 2011BMWX3 XDRIVE28I48KMI$24,995 855-242-9258DLR 7160 HONDA 2002 H O NDA C IVI C 62KMI$6,864 855-481-2060DLR 2003 H O NDA C R-V 141KMI$6,954 855-481-2060DLR 200 4HYUNDAI SO NATA 33KMI$6,745 855-481-2060DLR 200 5H O NDAA CCO RD 115KMI$6,874 855-481-2060DLR 200 7H O NDA C IVI C 95KMI$8,957 855-481-2060DLR 200 7H O NDA C R-V EX2WD76KMI$12,445 855-481-2060DLR 2009 H O NDA C R-V 154KMI$11,950 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 0 H O NDAA CCO RD 45KMI$14,889 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 0 H O NDA C IVI C 58KMI$11,748 855-481-206DLR 20 11H O NDAA CCO RD 46KMI$12,950 855-481-2060DLR 2011HONDAACCORD 59KMI$12,875 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 2 H O NDAA CCO RD 26KMI$12,950 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 2 H O NDAA CCO RD CROSSTOUREX36KMI $14,950855-481-2060DLR 20 1 2 H O NDA C IVI C 28KMI$13,877 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 2 H O NDA C IVI C 30KMI$12,894 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 2 H O NDA C IVI C 4DREXNAV27KMI$13,928 855-481-2060DLR 2012HONDACIVIC 4DRLX16KMI$14,874 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 2 H O NDAFIT 32KMI$12,950 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 2 H O NDAFIT BASE87KMI$10,748 855-481-2060DLR 2013HONDACIVIC 28KMI$14,875 855-481-2060DLR 2013HONDACIVIC 2DRLX21KMI$14,875 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 3 H O NDA C IVI C 34KMI$14,477 855-481-2060DLR 2013HONDACIVIC 41KMI$13,869 855-481-2060DLR 2013HONDACR VE x 4D SUVBlkPearl52,193mi $18,793844-467-9558DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 2009HYUNDAIACCENT 63KMI$6,174 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 20 1 2 HYUNDAI SO NATA NAV36KMI$16,911 855-280-4707DLR 20 1 3 HYUNDAI SO NATA LMTD48KMI$14,950 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 3 HYUNDAIVEL OS TER 32KMI$13,950 855-481-2060DLR 7175 JAGUAR 2010JAGUARXF 73KMI$19,998 855-242-9258DLR 7177 KIA 2008KIAOPTIMA 102KMI$5,987 855-481-2060DLR 2011KIARIO LX 61KMI$7,755 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 7070 FORD 200 4F O RDTHUNDERBIRD 66KMI$15,998 855-242-9258DLR 200 5F O RDF OC U S ZX593KMI$4,993 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222 20 1 2 F O RDF OC U S 17KMI$13,874 855-481-2060DLR 2012FORDFOCUS 8,621MI$13,874 855-481-2060DLR 20 1 3 F O RD C MAX 52KMI$15,988 855-242-9258DLR 20 1 3 F O RD C MAX HYBRID19KMI$17,990 855-280-4707DLR 20 1 3 F O RDED G E 10KMI$26,990 855-280-4707DLR 7080 JEEP 2002 JEEPWRAN G LER 99KMI$10,877 855-481-2060DLR 2010JEEPWRANGLER 63KMI$23,998 855-242-9258DLR 2013JEEPWRANGLER 17KMI$29,990 855-280-4707DLR 20 14JEEP C HER O KEE NAV14KMI$23,990 855-280-4707DLR SOFTTOPwithframefor JeepWranglerGoodcond. $350.941-743-9733 7090 LINCOLN 2010LINCOLNMKS 45KMI$16,990 855-280-4707DLR 7130 PONTIAC 2003 P O NTIA CG RANDPRIX SE4DR87KMI$5,495 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 7135 SATURN PROPOWERAUTOSALES4140WhiddenBlvd PortCharlotte,33980 00SW2Wagon$2,099 02L200Sedan$3,199 04VueSUV$3,250 04VueSUV,AWD$4,300 07Vue4cyl$5,200 07Vue4cyl$5,495 06Vue6cyl$5,899 08VueXE$8,299 08VueXE$8,599 07SkyConv.$8,850 07OutlookXE8pass$8,999 UsedSaturnParts&Service941-627-8822 7137 USED CAR DEALERS MattasMotors 941-916-9222 BuyHerePayHere 7145 ACURA 2006 A C URAMDX 93KMI$11,990 855-280-4707DLR 2008 A C URATL 78KMI$13,874 855-481-2060DLR 2015ACURATL 2,641MI$31,990 855-280-4707DLR 7147 AUDI 2011AUDIA420T 76KMI$16,900 855-280-4707DLR 2014AUDISQ5 37KMI$48,990 855-280-4707DLR 7148 BMW 1996BMWZ3 44Kmi.,realnice.$6,500.Call 603-986-6365. 7030 CADILLAC 2004CADILLACCTS 46KMI$9,990 855-280-4707DLR 2004CADILLACDEVILLE 66KMI$6,738 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 200 7 C ADILLA C DT S 63KMI$10,950 855-481-2060DLR 2008C ADILLA CC T S 20KMI$17,995 855-242-9258DLR 2008CADILLACDTS 100KMI$7,950 855-481-2060DLR 2009C ADILLA CC T S 57KMI$14,911 855-242-9258DLR 7040 CHEVROLET 2002C HEVR O LETMALIBU LS88KMI$4,281 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 2004CHEVROLETAVEO White,141kmiles,Excond. $2900/obo239-940-3339 200 4 C HEVR O LETBLAZER 92KMI$5,177 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 2008C HEVR O LETHHR 77KMI$5,911 855-242-9258DLR 20 1 0C HEVR O LETHHR 4cyl, auto,a/c,flexfuel,120K,runs drivesgood,newtires.$4,950 941-929-2923dlr 20 11 C HEVR O LET C AMAR O CONV.11KMI$27,990 855-280-4707DLR 20 11 C HEVY CO RVETTE 2,708MI$34,990 855-280-4707DLR 20 1 2C HEVR O LETE Q UIN O X 69KMI$18,990 855-280-4707DLR 20 1 3C HEVR O LETV O LT 41KMI$14,950 855-481-2060DLR 7050 CHRYSLER 2003C HRY S LERPTCRUISER 84KMI$3,876 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 2006CHRYSLER300C 93KMI$8,745 855-481-2060DLR 2006C HRY S LERPTCRUISER 93KMI$6,844 855-481-2060DLR 2011CHRYSLER200 42KMI$13,995 855-242-9258DLR 7060 DODGE 200 4D O D G E S TRATU S 54KMI$6,454 855-481-2060DLR 2011DODGECHALLENGER 73KMI$21,998 855-242-9258DLR 7070 FORD FREEMERCHANDISEADS!! Toplacea FREE merchandiseadgoto: sun-classifieds.com andplaceyourad. ÂClickonClickHereto PlaceYourAdNowÂŽ andfollowtheprompts. FREE adsarefor merchandiseUNDER$500. andtheadmustbeplaced onlinebyyou.Oneitemper ad,theadmustbe3linesor less,pricemustappear inthead.Youradwillappear online&inprintfor7days! Somerestrictionsdoapply. LIMIT5FREEADS PERWEEK **EveryoneNeedsto RegisteronOur NewSite** NeedToPlacea ClassifiedAd? Enteryourclassifiedadand paywithyourcreditcard 24hoursaday, 7daysaweek. 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE COKEMACH d a l e J arrett,runs grtcold.Call4pic$350941249-7869 COKEMACHINE Sh ort, 50 cent$250.941-626-3102 DIMPLEWI S KEY From1 969 Asking$200/obo 941-423-6550 EN C Y C L O PEDIA S W O RLD Bookold(30)books$30941585-8149 FAU C ET Heavy C hrome Dolphinbeautiful.$125 941-496-9252 FIREWOODSEASONED SplitOak1/2FaceCord FREEDELIVERY $130. Cell941-526-7589or429-6478 FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit!Perfect for these cooler nights!Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 FLA G U S A 3 x5manytochoose from$10941-445-5619 F OOS BALLTABLE 2 .5Âx 3 Ânew inbox$20941-445-5619 G RILL G A S coversdbrnrott likenew$125941-629-6374 LIVEBLUE C RAB S 12390PlacidaRd.Placida 941-697-3181 MI C R O WAVE/ CO NVE C TI O N OTR whitegdcond$75941629-6374 MI C R O WAVE/ CO NVE C TI O N OTRwhitegdcond$75 941-629-6374 M O VIN G B O XE S 45clean usedboxesassrtdsizes$35 941-258-0472 OILPAINTING B arsum, B arn i n past,13ÂŽx32ÂŽ$450941-3304643 PA C IFI CC ARDETAILER MU S T SEE$50941-456-5198 PROPANETANK 20lb . f or b arbecuegrill$20941-379-5586 RECORD COLLECTION includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 RUBBERMAIDTYPE G reat f or outdoorstorage.$50941-7692111 S EWIN G MA C HINE $ 4 09 41764-7641 SLOTMACHINE $150 , P oo l Table$150,AcusticGuitar$40, Leather3PcSectionalSofa $200,BirdCage$40,Circular GlassTableTop36ÂŽ$20, BowFlex$200,DogCrate$40, MaleDonkeys$150,Female Donke y s$200941-575-6006 SLOTMACHINE T ans k yw i t h Stand/Tokens$350 941-676-2449 S TEPBAR S dz 09 -15RAM QUADCAB$225863-9933107 TIRE S& RIM S new1 8 X 9 .5 0 8NHS$120941-763-2329 VALVE CO VER S ET M/TFord castalumS/BFord$75 921-637-0068 VASE or i ent i a l24ÂŽPGI p i csava il $65941-661-4477 V ITAMIX 3600 per f ect. $125941-496-9252 WANTEDLAWNMOWERS DEADORALIVE.Alsoused parts.Call941-276-1765. 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 2003 BUI C K C ENTURY CUSTOM87KMI$5,995 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 2005BUICKLESABRE 67KMI$6,666 MATTASMOTORS 941-916-9222DLR 2014BUICKREGAL 17KMI$27,990 855-280-4707DLR 6250 APPLIANCES D O UBLE O VEN almond-barely used$400239-398-4264 ENCOREAPPLIANCES 4155 Whidden Blvd Unit 10 Port Charlotte. Great Pre-owned Name Brands for Less!! 30 day Warr. 941-979-5287 FREEZER, 9 cu f tWhite,Ex Cond$100941-564-6193 FRIDGE Ki tc h en Aid s id e b y side-exccond$250941-7433321 GASOVEN /R ange A partment 20inch$120941-460-9540 G RILL indoortablegrill. $3 5 941-235-8976 JUI S ER G E worksgreat $2 5 941-249-0050 MI C R O WAVE O VEN large stainlessc$75941-916-9576 MI C R O WAVE /abvstove $ 5 0 . stove/glasstopoven$150, fridge/freezerw/icemaker $200,allwht941-916-0407 MICROWAVE/CONVECTION OTR whitewhirlpool$75941629-6374 MI C R O WAVE/ CO NVE C TI O N OTRwhitewhirlpool$75 941-629-6374 RAN G E/ SS /Elec 2 yrlikenew 30ÂŽ/6.2ovenMaytag $450239-214-8284 REFRIDGERATOR 18 . 2 cu . f t. workswell$75941-661-5709 REFRI G ERAT O R Fridgadaire goodcondition $75(817)995-1695Venice REFRI G ERAT O R Kenmore side/sidegarspec$110941625-2779 RERIGERATOR GE s id e b ys id e GErefrige.$275586-5302617 S EWIN G MA C HINE Euro-Pro, New,Model9110$125 941-564-6193 TURB OCOO KER FlavorWave NEWINBOX$55941-6276780 WASHER&DRYER $350941-626-3102 deliver y avail. W A S HER & DRYER S tackable, Kenmore.ExLg.Goodcond. $450941-626-3102 WA S HER awhiteMaytag thatworkswell$100 941-460-4868 W A S HERANDDRYER asset only$300224-805-8353 WA S HERMA C HINE S amsung Needswork$125 941-429-8507 W INE COO LER Holds5 0 bottles$125239-214-8284 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE BATHTUB&SHOWERGRABBARSINSTALLEDDonÂtWaittoFalltoCall! FreeIn-HomeEvaluation25YearsExperienceCALLJIMÂSBATHROOM GRABBARS,LLC941-626-4296Lic.#123956 Ins.#VGMD1014G5136-1 A MERI C ANFLA G EMB OSS ED AluminumNEW12x18Â. $29.95941-496-9252 BACKPACK rare Bl a i r Wi tc h neverused$30941-497-7230 BBQGRILL gass b rrotcover likenew$125941-629-6374 BLANKET FuccilloKia Newinoriginalbag$10 941-258-0810 B O ATANTENNA BrandNew 8500series$70941-2497869 BRIEFCASE S amson i te h ar d caselocks$8941-585-8149 C HINA Â T O TALLY todayÂŽpattern$40941-235-1054 CIGARBOXES 18 woo d& metal.Xlntcond$20 941-258-0472 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS EQUIP./SUPPLIES DE S K C HAIR S -blackset/ 2 $50exccond$30941-7433321 EN C Y C L O PEDIA S , World Book21Volumes-1963.$75 WebsterDictionary-1927$85. 941-624-3146 EXECDESK/TABLE vy h eavy &exccond$140941-5856622 FAXMA C HINE PanasonicKXFP205New.$35941-9169026 FILE C ABINET Metal, 2 drawers,nokey$10941-769-2111 FILE C ABINET Metal, 3 drawers,haskey.$15941-7692111 INTELLIFAX+ newcartridge Copy,print,phone.$25941626-3215 O FFI C E C HAIR Blackgood condition$20941-429-8513 PHONE4LINE N ew i n B ox $20941-302-8101 OFFICEOUTFITTERS Pre-owned&newofficefurniture. VENICE 941-485-7015 6232 CATS NOTICE : S tatute 585 . 195 states that all dogs and cat s sold in Florida must be at leas t eight weeks old, have an offi cial health certificate and prop er shots, and be free of intes tinal and external parasites. HALLOWEENFALLCOL OREDCATS! CandyCorn Orange/White,HersheycoloredMaineCoon.Pumpkin OrangeCalicoÂsprettierthan fallleaves.Call941-270-2430. 6233 DOGS NOTICE : S tatute 585 . 195 states that all dogs and cat s sold in Florida must be at leas t eight weeks old, have an offi cial health certificate and prop er shots, and be free of intes tinal and external parasites. DOGSOFVENICE. YourDogGroomedinmy MobileSalon.16Yrs.Exp. CallStacy(941)786-7877 6235 LIVESTOCK PIGLETS :YORKSHIRE Crosses$300/EACHCall 941-468-4372 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES CATBED b am b oo 17Hx21Wx14Dhlfmoonshpe $15941-697-0501 WIREDOGCAGE neww / pan 19x24$22941-697-9485 6250 APPLIANCES AC UNIT BothAirHandler & Condenserw/Heat.New.Warranty.$1,795 941-704-9413 AC UNIT f orWindow,Like New,Inbox.5000BPU$30 941-639-2554 ACWINDOWUNIT $75 941-626-3102 APPLIAN C E S ET 4pcsbisque allinworkingorder$400 941-426-5696 BREADMACHINE B rea dM an ExcellentCondition$25941698-9798 Di s h was h er $75 , f r id ge /f reezer/icemaker$150,rangehood $25allalmond941-916-0407 DISHWASHER GE o ff w hi te $60941-257-8921 DISHWASHER nee d ssma ll repair$100941-429-8221 DOUBLEOVEN MAGICCHEF WITHFANc$300941-9169576 DRYER GEC o l or Whi te Extralargecapacity.$125 941-257-8921
Monday, Oct ober 26, 2015ads. your sun. netE/ N/ C The Sun Cl assi f i edPage 19 7360 CYCLES/ MOPEDS/ SCOOTERS SCOOTERMauribrandnew 50CC2whl ssel l i ngf orcos t $900f i rmMedr qmntMaxsp d 30gr eatmiJoe9412553715 7370 CAMPERS/ TRAVEL TRAI LERS 2008TRUCKCamper Loaded!Gr eatcond! $13, 000/obo9414681606 7380 MOTOR HOMES / RVs 2005FI FTHwheelcamper Nort hShor e.$12, 5009416285227 30Â’-1998BounderMo t or home,41kmi ,Chevy454en gi ne.$12, 5009416267763 COACHMENRVPat hf i nder ,Mi r ada, Encount er ,Or i on,Pr i sm, Fr eel ander ,Lepr echaun, Concor d,Fr edomExpr ess, Br ookst one,Chapar r al RVWORLDI NCOFNOKOMI SFami l yOwned/ Oper at ed37Yr sUS41Nokomi s9419662182 www. rvworl di nc. com IBUYTRAVELTRAI LERS, 5t hWheel sMot orHomes& Tr ucksIComet oYou!Cal l DaveAnyt i me.8137133217 RV Col l i si on Repai rsCust omer and I nsur ance Moder n shop, qual i t y wor k! FREE ESTI MA TES .RV WORLDI nc.of Nokomi sFAMI L YOWNED/ OPERATEDFOR37 YRS2110 US 41Nokomi s 941-966-2182 RVÂ‘ SWANTEDNOW! Cash/Tr ade/Consi gnment WehaveBuyerswai t i ng f orcl eanusedRVÂ’ s Cal lMar kSant angel o RVWORLDI NCOFNOKOMI SFami l yOwned/ Oper at edf or37Yr sUS41-Nokomi s9419662182 www. rvworl di nc. com SATURNTOWCARSSt art i ngat$2, 500.Bl ueOx Towhi t chessol d&i nst al l ed. THESATURNGUYS PROPOWERAUTOSALES 4140Whi ddenBl vdPC33980 ( 941)6278822. VANCAMPERHEADQUARTERS Roadt r ek,Pl easur eway, Mi dwestLei sur eTr avel , ERA,Tr avat o,Tr end Gr eat west ,Or i on Seet hemal li nonepl ace! RVWORLDI NCOFNOKOMI SFami l yOwned/ Oper at ed37Yr sUS41Nokomi s9419662182 www. r vwor l di nc. com WANTED-Al lMot or Homes,TTÂ’ s,5t hwhl s,PopUps,Vansconversi on&passenger ,cars&t rucks.CASH pai dont hespotf orqui ck sal e.9413477171 WI NNEBAGOTour ,Jour ney,For za, Advent ur er ,Si ght seer , Vi st a,Aspect ,Vi ew,ERA, Mi nni eWi nni e,Vi a, Tr avat o,Tr end RVWORLDI NCOFNOKOMI SFami l yOwned/ Oper at ed37Yr sUS41Nokomi s9419662182 www. rvworl di nc. com 7382 RV/ Camper Par t s RVSERVI CE PARTSANDBODY Fr omt i r et oaccessor i es cal lusf oral lyourneeds! RVWORLDI NCOFNOKOMI SFami l yOwned/ Oper at edf or37Yr s US41-Nokomi s9419662182 www. rvworl di nc. com 7341 TRAI LER & ACCESSORI ES BOATTRAI LER2005Al um22Â’ , TandemTorsi nAxel s.5000l b capaci t y,Gui deonsf r ontcent er i ngcr adl e$1, 5959416266627 HI TCHW2I Nbal lgoodcond i t i on$259414298513 NEEDAJOB? CHECKTHE CLASSIFIEDS! JUSTARRI VED! NEWSHI PMENTOF LARKENCLOSEDTRAI LERS& TRI PLECROWNOPEN TRAI LERS!941 91 69222DLR ROYÂ’ STRAI LERCOUNTRY New-Pre-Owned-CargoUt i l i t yTrai l ers-Part sRepai rs-Ti resWel di ng. WeBUYTrai l ers! TradesWel come. AskForShawn. 941-575-2214 4760Tayl orRdP. G. TRAI LER16Â’dualaxl e$495 9414748939 TRAI LERHI TCHpr oseri esV5 #51059of f2004j eepcher ok e $999734761631 TRAI LER,6Â’ x10Â’Trai l er , $450.9416263102 7360 CYCLES/ MOPEDS/ SCOOTERS 1981HONDACB90015K Mi l es.Fai ri ng&Saddl eBags. Excel l entCondi t i on!$2, 450 9418753710 2005HARLEYSPORTSTER 1200XL,Cust omBl ack, Lot sofChr ome!$4, 500.Fi r m. Cal lBob9416233928 2006HDEl ect raGl i deMany Ext ras!LowMi l es.15MoESP I ncl .$9, 9009414457628 2007HDSof tTai lDel uxe.Exc cond.Ext r as.Gar aged.18, 400 mi$11, 0009414755162 2008KAWASAKIVULCAN 900,i ncl udessof tsaddl e bags,l ar geNewl eat herj acket , Gar agekept ,Excond. $5200/f i r m.9412351513 2012HONDAXR650L 1600MI .Li keNew.$4, 500, OBO3304145181 HARBOR SCOOTERS f oral lyour scoot er needs. . . 3315Tami amiTr l .PG WeRepai rScoot er st oo! 9413478705 SymScoot ers Arehere! 7330 BOATSPOWERED 16Â’ 5Â”ALUMACRAFTTunnel l Hul lt r ai l er40HPHondat r ol l i ng mot or .$9, 500.9412550969 17Â’2006SEAPROCC90 YAMAHAON2013TRAI LER, GARMI NGPS,FI SHFI NDER, STORI O,FULLCOVER,MOTORGUI DETROLLI NGMOTOR,DUALBATTERI ES,WI THSWI TCH,ON BOARDCHARGER,DUALLI VEWELLS,TURNKEY.$8595. 00 2158631070 20Â’TEAMSai l f i sh,1996w / t r ai l er .Ct rconsol e,Yamah a 1302st r okew/SSpr op,EC $6, 9009416264571o r 9416275777 REDUCED 2150PURSUI TCUDDY w/200HPMer cur yOB.w/ Fi shFi nder&GPS.I ncl udes Al umi numTr ai l er .SOLD 22Â’SPORTFI SHERMAN 2001Wel l craf tI /O250HP engi ne,wal kar oundcuddy cabi ni ncl .anchorwi nch,moor i ngcover ,SSpr op,dept h&f i sh f i nder ,CGequi pped,VHFr adi o. Manymanyext r aÂ’ s.Bookpr i ce $13, 600,aski ng$8, 500 Mot i vat edsel l er2399103631 29Â’6Â”RegalCommodore 2002Twi nI O,AC,Radar , GPS,CanvasCamperCover s. El ect r i cToi l et ,TV,VCR,Wi ndl ess,Gener at or .Loaded. $32, 000OBO5089424600 JUST REDUCED 7331 SAI LBOATS 14Â’ODAYGoodf orbegi nner s, wi t hTr ai l er . **Sol dFi r stDay! ** 7334 OUTBOARD/ MARI NE ENGI NES 1958JOHNSON7. 5HP r est or eddi spl ayqual i t y$475. 9412230497 1969JOHNSON4HPf ol di ng wi t hcaser ar eor i gi nal495. 00 9412230497 SHORTSHAFT25H. P. Evi nr ude$479412559444 SHORTSHAFT25h. p.Evi nr ud e $4759412559444 SUZUKI ,OBÂ’ s( 2) ,4St r oke , 140HP,500Hr s,Looks&r un s l i keNEW!$9, 0009416391630 7336 BOAT STORAGE/ DOCKING PGIDOCKf orr ent .5mi nsha r bor .$275/mo9415750970 7338 MARI NE SUPPLY & EQUI P. DECKCHAI RSwhi t epadde d f ol di ng$40eaobo 9417691348 OMCMOTORPARTSOMC4. 3 Engi nepart sst art i ngat$10. 00 $202392185504 7339 CANOES/ KAYAKS 8. 9Â’MAXXONI NFLATABLE NI Bsof tf l oort akes10HPmt r . $5009416290144 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORI ES 50ANI VER.TBi r downer spkg . l i kenew$309416290144 RADI Owi t hC/dpl ayer,f i t s GMCAcadi a$45941698 9798 SOFTTOPwi t hf ramef or JeepWrangl erGoodcond. $350.9417439733 STEPBARSDEEZEE( USED ) CHROMEFI T0915RAMQUAD CABNEWBRACKETS&BOLTS $2258639933107 TI RESANDRI MS P215/70R15used7kmi l e s $4008029993926 TI RESONRI MS31x10. 60R15 ( 4)each$509414748939 TI RESal l4Mi chel i n215/ 65R17$1009413795586 TOOLBOXal umi numf orf ul l si zet r uck.Goodcond.$125 9414684845 TRANSM/TRANSF5spdcas e w/dualf r i ct i oncent erf or ceou t of95Â’j eep$1509416280628 TRANSMI SSI ON57Chevy 3speedt r ansmi ssi on$175 9417590013 7290 VANS 2003CHEVROLETVENTURE Exc.Condi t i on,1owner , $2500.8108758372Veni ce 2004CHEVROLETExpr es s VanHi ght op.wheel chai rl i f t&t i e down.183Khwymi .Manyex t ras.V8.Goodt i r es.Al lmai n t r ecs.$6, 5009412408200 2007DodgeGrCaravan Handi capvan,l owered f l oor ,wheel chai rconversi on&ramp,$16, 900 cal l( 941)7064687dl r 2009HONDAODYSSEY EXL72KMI$14, 987 8554812060DLR 2012DODGEGr andCar ava n WHEELCHAI Rvan,10Â”l ower e d f l oor&r am p .9418704325 2012DODGEGRANDCARA VAN21KMI$14, 990 8552804707DLR 7300 TRUCKS/PI CKUPS 2002FORDF350,Dual l y,Ex t Cab,Ut i lBed,Di esel ,7. 3L , A ut o,A/C,90K,Runs&dri ve s Exc,$11, 9009419292923dl r 2003CHEVROLETS10 78Kmi l es,5speed,wi t hcap. $4, 250OBO9416979950 2004CHEVY2500HD,4X4 , 6. 0L,Gas,Aut o,A/C,$150K , Runs&dri vesexc.NewTi r e s $3, 9509419292923dl r 2011GMCCANYON4d r . cr ewcabw/t opper ,42Km i . $20, 495.Cal l3522055711. 2013TOYOTATUNDRA SR534KMI$34, 990 8552804707DLR 7305 SPORT UTI LI TY/ VEHICLES 1999CHEVYS UBURBAN 25005. 7L,Aut o,A/C,2WD, newt i r es,Ret i r edFi r eChi ef Tr uck$3, 4509417374847 2001MAZDATRI BUTERun s Gr eat !Cl ot hI nt . ,Ni ceShape $1895.9416263102 2007NI SSANXTERRA4X4 80KMI$12, 990 8552804707DLR 2008FORDEXPLORER EDDI EBAUER101KMI $10, 338MATTASMOTORS 9419169222DLR 2010ME RCURYMOUNTAI NEER Pr emi erEdi t i on,AWD,Nav, al lf act or yopt i ons,al ways gar aged.Pr i st i necond.Onl y 50Kmi ,$20, 700.9417690200 2014TOYOTARAV4 LTDAWD32KMI$24, 990 8552804707DLR 7210 TOYOTA 2009TOYOTAHI GHLANDER 98KMI$19, 998 8552429258DLR 2011TOYOTACAMRY 64KMI$10, 950 8554812060DLR 2012TOYOTAPRI US 58KMI$14, 995 8552429258DLR 2013TOYOTAAVALON 11KMI$23, 990 8552804707DLR 2013TOYOTACOROLLA LE19KMI$12, 950 8554812060DLR 2013TOYOTAPRI US 54KMI$12, 950 8554812060DLR 2015TOYOTACAMRY 3, 910MI$21, 990 8552804707DLR 7220 VOLKSWAGEN 2012VOLKSWAGEN TI GUAN95KMI$14, 995 8552429258DLR 7240 MI SC.I MPORTS 2012FI AT124 WHI TE40KMI$8, 745 8554812060DLR 7250 ANTI QUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1933CHEVYMASTERCoupe, Ori gCond. ,r ecent l yr emoved f r omMuseumSt orage.Runs& dr i vesexc.$17, 9008102752365 1973VWSUPERBEETLE Ni ceOri g.Car .Runs&Dri ves Exc.$6, 2009415399916 7252 BUDGET BUYS #1TOPCASHPAI DUP TO$5, 000CARS,TRUCKS,ANYCOND.9416505785 PROPOWERAUTOSALES4140Whi ddenBl vd PortCharl ot t e,33980 941627882295JeepCher okee4X4$1495 98For dF150XL TExtCab$1950 00JeepCher okee4X4$1995 99Mer cSabl eWagon$2299 7260 AUTOSWANTED WEBUY& PI CKUPJUNKCARS 9416611928 WEBUYCARS&TRUCKS RUNNI NGORNOT! $400CASH+UP Frank9412760204 BEST$$FORJUNKERS Avai l abl e24/7 9412863122,6235550 ALLVEHI CLESWant ed DeadorAl i ve,Top$$ Pai dSt art i ngat$250$5000Freepi ckup 9416232428 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORI ES CARTOPCARRI ERHARD SHELLSear sÂ—needsmountki t $709412688951 7177 KIA 2014KI AOPTI MA 25KMI$24, 990 8552804707DLR 7178 LEXUS 2002JAGUARSTYPE GOLD61KMI$8, 995 8552429258DLR 2003JAGUARSTYPE SI LVER75KMI$8, 998 8552429258DLR 2004JAGUARXTYPE WHI TE60KMI$7, 998 8552429258DLR 2004LEXUSRX330 93KMI$11, 987 8554812060DLR 2007LEXUSSC430 NAV88KMI$20, 990 8552804707DLR 7180 MAZDA 1991MAZDAMI ATA Si l verConv.47KMIManyNew Part s,AC,Cl ut ch,Et c.$4, 000 9412280159 2008MAZDAMI ATA BLUE48KMI$13, 998 8552429258DLR 2010MAZDACX7 82KMI$10, 990 8552804707DLR 2012MAZDA5 28KMI$13, 897 8554812060DLR 2015MAZDAMAZDA6 RED24KMI$18, 911 8552429258DLR 7190 MERCEDES 2006MERCEDESE35048K mi ,Showr oomCond. ,CarFax Avai l$10, 9009414295040 2009MERCEDESBENZML 35059KMI$21, 998 8552429258DLR 2011MERCEDESBENZ E350BLUETEC33KMI $28, 9908552804707DLR 7192 MI NI COOPER 2010MI NICOOPER 70KMI$12, 995 8552429258DLR 7195 MI TSUBI SHI 2010MI TSUBI SHIENDEAVORSE54KMI$13, 876 8554812060DLR 7200 NI SSAN 2012NI SSANALTI MA 76KMI$10, 950 8554812060DLR 2014NI SSANVERSA SV18KMI$10, 950 8554812060DLR 7207 SUBARU 2013SUBARUBRZ 16KMI$20, 998 8552429258DLR 7210 TOYOTA 1998TOYOTALANDCRUI SER199KMI$9, 990 8552804707DLR 2005TOYOTACAMRYAut o , Ai r ,Al lpower ,Leat her$6, 899 ProPowerAut oSal es 9416278822 2005TOYOTACAMRY SOLARA115KMI$8, 998 8554812060DLR 2008TOYOTAAVALON XL54KMI$13, 990 8552804707DLR 2008TOYOTAPRI US 50KMI$10, 874 8554812060DLR 2010TOYOTAYARI S Exc.Cond. ,Seni orOwned.Onl y 20KMI .$6, 5009413019006
Page 20The Sun Cl assi f i edE/ N/ Cads. your sun. netMonday, Oct ober 26, 2015 adno=8600666
NFL SCOREBOARD Giant returnDwayne Harris runs back a kickoff 100 yards; Giants defeat Cowboys. Â„ See Page 4
NFL SCOREBOARD Â€ PAGE 2 FOXBOROUGH, Mass. Â— The f ourt h quart er st art ed j ust i n t i me f or Tom Brady t o over come some earl y drops and l ead t he Pat ri ot s on a comeback. And i t ended j ust i n t i me f or New Engl and t o hol d on f or a vi ct ory. Brady over came New Engl andÂ’ s shaky rst t hr ee quart ers by t hrowi ng f or a pai r of t ouchdowns i n t he f ourt h, and t he Pat ri ot s def eat ed t he New York J et s 30-23 on Sunday t o r emai n unbeat en. Brady compl et ed 13 of 16 passes f or 135 yar ds i n t he nal quart er t o over come a 20-16 deci t and gi ve New Engl and ( 6-0) a t wo-game l ead over t he J et s i n t he AFC East . The J et s rall i ed i n t he nal mi nut e, ki cki ng a el d goal on rst down and t hen r ecoveri ng t he onsi de ki ck wi t h 15 seconds l ef t . But af t er a short pass f rom Ryan Fi t zpat ri ck l ef t t he J et s 37 yar ds f rom t he t yi ng scor e, a f al se-st art penal t y on Brandon Marshal l ended t he game. Rob Gronkowski had a car eer -hi gh 11 cat ches f or 108 yar ds and a t ouchdown, Danny Amendol a had ei ght f or 86 and a TD and Brady al so scor ed on a keeper f rom t he 1. The J et s ( 4-2) sacked Brady t hr ee t i mes i n t he rst hal f and t he NFLÂ’ s t op-ranked def ense ot herwi se made hi m uncomf ort abl e i n the pocket t o t ake a 13-10 hal f t i me l ead. But t he Pat ri ot sÂ’ i nj ury-pl agued of f ensi ve l i ne r esponded i n t he second hal f . New York st i l l l ed 20-16 af t er Fi t zpat ri ck hi t Chri s I vory f or a 9-yar d scor e l at e i n t he t hi r d and Ni ck Fol k ki cked t he second of hi s t hr ee el d goal s. Brady was 7 of 8 f or 85 yar ds on t he next dri ve, ni shi ng i t of f wi t h an 8-yar d t ouchdown pass t o Amendol a, who was upended bef or e l andi ng on t he goal l i ne. Fi t zpat ri ck f umbl ed on t he second pl ay of t he game, gi vi ng t he Pat ri ot s the bal l at t he New York 19. Af t er l osi ng one yar d i n t hr ee pl ays Â— i ncl udi ng BradyÂ’ s rst sack of t he game Â— St ephen Gost kowski ki cked t he rst of hi s t hr ee el d goal s. Fol k t i ed i t f or New York and t hen t he J et s went 83 yar ds on t he next dri ve t o t ake a 10-3 l ead on Fi t zpat ri ckÂ’ s 5-yar d pass t o J er emy Kerl ey. On t he next New Engl and possessi on, t he Pat ri ot s st al l ed wi t h a t hi r d-and-10 at t he J et s 13, but Brady scrambl ed f or 11 yar ds f or t he rst down. J ames Whi t e was st opped short of t he goal l i ne and, aft er an i ncompl et i on t o Gronkowski , Brady connect ed wi t h t he bi g t i ght end but he coul dnÂ’ t get i nt o t he end zone. On f ourt h down f rom t he 1, Brady j umped over t he l i ne on a keeper t o make i t 10-10. PATRIOTS 30, JETS 23N.Y. Jets 3 7 7 6 Â„ 23 New England 3 10 3 14 Â„ 30 First Quarter NEÂ„ FG Gostkowski 38, 12:48. NYJÂ„ FG Folk 20, 7:29. Second Quarter NYJÂ„ Kerley 5 pass from Fitzpatrick (Folk kick), 12:30. NEÂ„ Brady 1 run (Gostkowski kick), 6:24. NEÂ„ FG Gostkowski 46, 2:00. Third Quarter NEÂ„ FG Gostkowski 24, 11:10. NYJÂ„ Ivory 9 pass from Fitzpatrick (Folk kick), 4:07. Fourth Quarter NYJÂ„ FG Folk 30, 12:50. NEÂ„ Amendola 8 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 7:16. NEÂ„ Gronkowski 15 pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick), 1:13. NYJÂ„ FG Folk 55, :18. AÂ„ 66,829. NYJ NE First downs 25 20 Total Net Yards 372 353 Rushes-yards 29-89 9-16 Passing 283 337 Punt Returns 1-6 3-38 Kicko Returns 2-58 3-83 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 22-39-0 34-54-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-12 3-18 Punts 4-40.3 3-44.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-29 4-38 Time of Possession 33:03 26:57 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ N.Y. Jets, Ivory 17-41, Fitzpatrick 5-29, Stacy 7-19. New England, Brady 4-15, White 2-4, Blount 3-(minus 3). PASSINGÂ„ N.Y. Jets, Fitzpatrick 22-39-0295. New England, Brady 34-54-0-355. RECEIVINGÂ„ N.Y. Jets, Decker 6-94, Marshall 4-67, Kerley 3-27, Bohanon 2-36, Owusu 2-25, Ivory 2-12, Cumberland 1-16, Stacy 1-11, D.Smith 1-7. New England, Gronkowski 11-108, Amendola 8-86, Edelman 5-54, White 3-26, Chandler 2-34, LaFell 2-25, Dobson 2-18, Williams 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.Patriots turn it on in 4th, beat Jets By JIMMY GOLENASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTONew England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski drags New York Jets free safety Marcus Gilchrist as he runs after catching a pass. AP PHOTOJacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns catches the ball for a touchdown.AP PHOTOOakland Raiders running back Roy Helu, right, moves upeld past San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Donald Butler.AP PHOTOAtlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones scores a touchdown on an 8-yard pass reception against the Tennessee Titans.LONDON Â— Wembl ey St adi um nal l y f el t l i ke home f or t he J acksonvi l l e J aguars. Bl ake Bort l es t hrew a t ouchdown pass t o Al l en Hurns wi t h 2: 16 remai ni ng and t he J aguars ral l i ed f or a 34-31 wi n over Buf f al o Bi l l s on Sunday at J acksonvi l l eÂ’ s home away f rom home. The J aguars ( 2-5) won t hei r rst game i n London af t er l osi ng i n each of t he past t wo seasons at Wembl ey, t he home of Engl andÂ’ s nat i onal soccer t eam. The Bi l l s ( 3-4) were pl ayi ng i n t he Bri t i sh capi t al f or t he rst t i me. EJ Manuel st art ed at quart erback f or t he Bi l l s for t he second st rai ght game because of t he absence of t he i nj ured Tyrod Tayl or . Bort l es was 13 of 29 f or 182 yards, t wo t ouchdowns and one i nt ercept i on. The def ense was even bet t er , t hough, scori ng t wo t ouchdowns i n a 7-second span and set t i ng up anot her f or T. J . Yel don, who ni shed wi t h 116 yards. The Bi l l sÂ’ comeback st art ed when Manuel compl et ed a 16-yard t ouchdown pass t o Robert Woods. That score and anot her el d goal f rom Dan Carpent er made i t 27-13 at t he hal f . I n t he f ourt h quart er , Carpent er ki cked a t hi rd el d goal bef ore Manuel hi t Marcus Easl ey on a 58-yard t ouchdown pass Â— onl y mi nut es bef ore Graham gave t he Bi l l s a 31-27 l ead wi t h 5: 21 l ef t . Manuel st art ed at quart erback f or t he second st rai ght game, and f or t he second st rai ght l oss. He ni shed wi t h 298 yards on 24 of 42 passi ng wi t h t wo t ouchdowns and t wo i nt ercept i ons.JAGUARS 34, BILLS 31Bualo 3 10 0 18 Â„ 31 Jacksonville 0 27 0 7 Â„ 34 First Quarter BufÂ„ FG Carpenter 31, 7:26. Second Quarter JaxÂ„ A.Robinson 10 pass from Bortles (Myers kick), 14:05. JaxÂ„ Clemons 6 fumble return (Myers kick), 12:21. JaxÂ„ T.Smith 26 interception return (Myers kick), 12:14. JaxÂ„ Yeldon 28 run (kick failed), 8:25. BufÂ„ Woods 16 pass from Manuel (Carpenter kick), 2:46. BufÂ„ FG Carpenter 38, :08. Fourth Quarter BufÂ„ FG Carpenter 26, 14:50. BufÂ„ Easley 58 pass from Manuel (McCoy run), 6:33. BufÂ„ Graham 44 interception return (Carpenter kick), 5:21. JaxÂ„ Hurns 31 pass from Bortles (Myers kick), 2:16. AÂ„ 84,021. Buf Jax First downs 26 17 Total Net Yards 375 295 Rushes-yards 28-115 32-120 Passing 260 175 Punt Returns 2-37 0-0 Kicko Returns 4-87 2-20 Interceptions Ret. 1-44 2-29 Comp-Att-Int 24-42-2 13-29-1 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-38 2-7 Punts 3-49.3 6-44.8 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 10-87 10-66 Time of Possession 31:22 28:38 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Bualo, McCoy 18-68, Manuel 8-38, Herron 2-9. Jacksonville, Yeldon 20-115, Gerhart 6-8, Alualu 1-0, Bortles 5-(minus 3). PASSINGÂ„ Bualo, Manuel 24-42-2-298. Jacksonville, Bortles 13-29-1-182. RECEIVINGÂ„ Bualo, Woods 9-84, Hogan 6-56, Clay 3-26, McCoy 2-36, Gragg 2-35, Easley 1-58, Herron 1-3. Jacksonville, A.Robinson 6-98, Hurns 2-53, Lewis 2-13, Yeldon 1-9, Walters 1-5, Thomas 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.NASHVILLE, Tenn. Â— The Atlanta Falcons just keep nding ways to pull out victor ies , no matter how ugly . Matt Ryan thr ew for 251 yar ds and a touchdown pass , and Devonta Freeman ran for 116 yar ds as the Falcons held off the Tennessee Titans 10-7 Sunday. The Falcons (6-1) bounced back fr om their rst loss this season by gr inding out a road win and over coming two inter ceptions . Freeman notched his thir d consecutiv e game with at least 100 yar ds, and Atlanta outgained Tennessee 378-256. The banged-up Titans (1-5) lost their fth str aight over all and ninth consecutiv e on their home eld dating back to last season. But Zach Mettenber ger was inter cepted by Falcons safety Robenson Ther ezie with 1:31 left to seal Atlanta Â’ s victor y. Atl anta coach Dan Qui nn thought the Fal cons scored when Ryan hi t J ul i o J ones wi th a 3-yard pass, but of ci al s rul ed the recei ver short of the goal l i ne. Not even Qui nnÂ’ s chal l enge hel ped as of ci al s rul ed J ones down 6 i nches outsi de the end zone af ter he tri ed sti cki ng the bal l past the pyl on. The Titans stopped Atlanta fullback Peter DiMar co on thir d down, then Titans linebacker Aver y Williamson inter cepted RyanÂ’ s pass intended for J acob Tamme in the end zone with 6:30 left. Tennessee t urned i t over on downs wi t h 3: 30 l ef t . Atlanta kicker Matt Bryant then pushed a 47-yar d eld goal wide right with 2:28, giving Tennessee one nal chance at ending its skid. I nstead, the Titans now have lost thr ee games in this skid by a combined six points .FALCONS 10, TITANS 7Atlanta 0 3 7 0 Â„ 10 Tennessee 0 7 0 0 Â„ 7 Second Quarter TenÂ„ Wright 19 pass from Mettenberger (Succop kick), 8:42. AtlÂ„ FG Bryant 27, 2:31. Third Quarter AtlÂ„ Jones 8 pass from Ryan (Bryant kick), 5:56. AÂ„ 63,329. Atl Ten First downs 21 15 Total Net Yards 378 256 Rushes-yards 31-127 16-77 Passing 251 179 Punt Returns 1-12 0-0 Kicko Returns 1-28 1-27 Interceptions Ret. 2-21 2-8 Comp-Att-Int 22-38-2 22-35-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 0-0 1-8 Punts 4-43.5 7-43.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-53 5-45 Time of Possession 34:45 25:15 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Atlanta, Freeman 25-116, Coleman 3-14, DiMarco 1-0, Ryan 2-(minus 3). Tennessee, Andrews 10-57, McCluster 5-20, Mettenberger 1-0. PASSINGÂ„ Atlanta, Ryan 22-38-2-251. Tennessee, Mettenberger 22-35-2-187. RECEIVINGÂ„ Atlanta, Jones 9-92, White 3-48, Williams 3-43, Tamme 3-36, Freeman 2-14, Moeaki 1-11, Ward 1-7. Tennessee, Walker 7-55, McCluster 6-48, Wright 4-46, Fasano 3-21, Hunter 2-17. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ Atlanta, Bryant 47 (WR).SAN DIEGO Â— This wasnÂ’ t a riv alr y game. Not after a torr id star t for the Oakland Raiders . Der ek Carr thr ew thr ee touchdo wn passes , including a nifty 52-yar der to Amari Cooper , and Oakland tur ned two inter ceptions of Philip Riv ers into 10 points on its way to a 37-29 victor y over the Chargers on Sunday in what could be the last showdown between the AFC West foes play ed in San Diego . Coming off a bye, the Raiders looked quicker and more efcient. They scor ed on their rst sev en driv es and kept the Chargers out of the end zone until the four th quar ter . Cooper , the rstround draft pick out of Alabama, caught a shor t pass fr om Carr on an inside scr een and raced thr ough the defense to giv e the Raiders a 30-3 lead just befor e halftime . Carr , the second-y ear pro out of Fresno State , also thr ew touchdo wn passes of 23 yar ds to Cliv e Walfor d and 25 yar ds to Michael Crabtr ee. Carr was 24 of 31 for 289 yar ds. The Raiders didn Â’ t have to punt until midway thr ough the thir d quar ter . The Chargers got in tr ouble right away in their thir d consecutiv e loss . Oakland Â’ s Malcolm Smith inter cepted a tipped pass on the gameÂ’ s thir d play and retur ned to the San Diego 2. Latavius Murr ay scor ed on a 1-yar d run two plays later .RAIDERS 37, CHARGERS 29Oakland 10 20 7 0 Â„ 37 San Diego 3 3 0 23 Â„ 29 First Quarter OakÂ„ Murray 1 run (Janikowski kick), 12:46. OakÂ„ FG Janikowski 29, 5:21. SDÂ„ FG Lambo 40, 1:18. Second Quarter OakÂ„ Walford 23 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 13:06. OakÂ„ FG Janikowski 32, 9:28. OakÂ„ FG Janikowski 31, 4:41. OakÂ„ Cooper 52 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 1:01. SDÂ„ FG Lambo 44, :00. Third Quarter OakÂ„ Crabtree 25 pass from Carr (Janikowski kick), 10:41. Fourth Quarter SDÂ„ Green 31 pass from Rivers (Lambo kick), 12:58. SDÂ„ Woodhead 8 pass from Rivers (Green pass from Rivers), 6:00. SDÂ„ Woodhead 6 pass from Rivers (Green pass from Rivers), :06. AÂ„ 67,542. Oak SD First downs 19 28 Total Net Yards 412 417 Rushes-yards 26-130 21-90 Passing 282 327 Punt Returns 5-50 0-0 Kicko Returns 1-32 4-84 Interceptions Ret. 2-28 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 24-31-0 38-58-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-7 1-9 Punts 4-38.0 5-42.2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 14-136 9-86 Time of Possession 30:49 29:11 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Oakland, Murray 15-85, Jones 3-35, Olawale 2-4, Helu Jr. 4-3, Carr 2-3. San Diego, Oliver 9-35, Gordon 7-29, Woodhead 5-26. PASSINGÂ„ Oakland, Carr 24-31-0-289. San Diego, Rivers 38-58-2-336. RECEIVINGÂ„ Oakland, Crabtree 6-63, Cooper 5-133, Reece 3-15, Walford 2-42, Jones 2-17, Rivera 2-11, L.Smith 2-1, Roberts 1-6, Murray 1-1. San Diego, Woodhead 11-75, K.Allen 9-89, Oliver 6-39, S.Johnson 4-50, Green 4-45, Inman 2-26, Floyd 1-7, J.Phillips 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.Jaguars hold on to beat Bills in LondonFalcons edge Titans 10-7Raiders embarrass Chargers 37-29By CHRIS LEHOURITESASSOCIATED PRESSBy TERESA M. WALKERASSOCIATED PRESSBy BERNIE WILSONASSOCIATED PRESS
INDIANAPOLIS Â„ Drew Brees kept Indianapolis off balance all day. Eventually, he was able to Â“nally put away the Colts. After building a 27-point lead, then watching Andrew Luck rally his team within one score, New Orleans recovered an onside kick and Brees ran out the clock to preserve a crucial 27-21 victory at Indianapolis. Brees threw for 255 yards and one touchdown and got plenty of help from his ground game, too. Mark Ingram rushed for 143 yards and one score and Khiry Robinson had two TD runs. Since starting the season with three straight losses, the Saints (3-4) have won three of four to keep their playoff hopes alive. Brees was 28 of 44 with one interception in what might be his Â“nal game in the state of Indiana. But this was about much more than a curtain call for the Purdue alum. Ingram and Robinson gave the offense balance, while the SaintsÂ oft-criticized defense pressured Luck into bad throws and two interceptions. At times, Luck, who returned last week from an injured throwing shoulder, looked as bad as he ever has. He started the game with Â“ve straight incompletions, a Â“rst, and Indianapolis played so poorly in the Â“rst half that the fans loudly booed the Colts (3-4) as they walked to the locker room at halftime. But Luck turned things around with third-quarter touchdown passes of 87 and 46 yards to T.Y. Hilton, which cut a 27-0 deÂ“cit to 27-14, and then threw an 8-yard TD pass to Donte Moncrief with 3:05 left in the game to make it 27-21. Indy, still with one timeout and the stoppage for the 2-minute warning, tried an onside kick but the Saints recovered and Brees ran out the clock. Luck Â“nished 23 of 44 with 333 yards and three touchdowns. Hilton caught four passes for 150 yards and the two scores. It was a strange afternoon Â„ even before the dramatic second-half turnabout. New Orleans lost both of its coachesÂ challenges on one Â“rst-quarter series and kept the drive moving when Luke McCown pulled off a fake Â“eld goal with a 25-yard completion to Ben Watson. Robinson Â“nished the drive with a 1-yard TD run to make it 7-0. Then, the Saints took control quickly. Stephone Anthony intercepted Luck on the Â“rst play of the next series. Five plays later, Robinson scored on a 6-yard run. Griff Whalen, who snapped the ball on last weekÂs botched fake punt, compounded things by fumbling the ensuing kickoff. Three plays after that, Brees hooked up with Michael Hoomanawanui for a 16-yard TD pass. The missed extra point made it 20-0. How dreadful was the half for Indianapolis? It took almost 17 minutes for the Colts to pick up a Â“rst down, Luck watched the Saints run 18 out of 19 plays during one stretch and then threw away IndyÂs Â“rst scoring chance when he was picked off by Kyle Wilson in the end zone.SAINTS 27, COLTS 21New Orleans 7 13 7 0 Â„ 27 Indianapolis 0 0 14 7 Â„ 21 First Quarter NOÂ„ Robinson 1 run (Forbath kick), 2:31. Second Quarter NOÂ„ Robinson 6 run (Forbath kick), 14:56. NOÂ„ Hoomanawanui 16 pass from Brees (kick failed), 13:36. Third Quarter NOÂ„ Ingram 1 run (Forbath kick), 10:26. IndÂ„ Hilton 87 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 3:42. IndÂ„ Hilton 46 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), :01. Fourth Quarter IndÂ„ Moncrief 8 pass from Luck (Vinatieri kick), 3:05. AÂ„ 66,420. NO Ind First downs 22 15 Total Net Yards 449 376 Rushes-yards 36-183 13-75 Passing 266 301 Punt Returns 8-44 5-38 Kicko Returns 0-0 4-91 Interceptions Ret. 2-25 1-0 Comp-Att-Int 29-45-1 23-44-2 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-14 4-32 Punts 10-48.7 10-51.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-1 Penalties-Yards 12-100 7-42 Time of Possession 38:23 21:37 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ New Orleans, Ingram 14-143, Robinson 14-28, Spiller 4-16, Brees 4-(minus 4). Indianapolis, Gore 9-43, Luck 3-27, Bradshaw 1-5. PASSINGÂ„ New Orleans, McCown 1-1-025, Brees 28-44-1-255. Indianapolis, Luck 23-44-2-333. RECEIVINGÂ„ New Orleans, Cooks 6-81, Spiller 6-32, Hoomanawanui 5-31, Watson 4-59, Snead 3-25, Ingram 2-5, Coleman 1-24, Colston 1-20, Robinson 1-3. Indianapolis, Gore 5-32, Hilton 4-150, Johnson 4-44, Moncrief 4-34, Fleener 3-47, Allen 1-10, Bradshaw 1-8, Dorsett 1-8. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.Saints hold off ColtsÂ comebackBy MICHAEL MAROTASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTONew Orleans Saints tackle Zach Strief celebrates a touchdown by running back Khiry Robinson against the Indianapolis Colts.KANSAS CITY, Mo. Â„ Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs refused to give up another fourth-quarter lead. Smith threw for 251 yards and a touchdown, Cairo Santos kicked three Â“eld goals and the Chiefs beat the injury-Â“lled Pittsburgh Steelers 23-13 on Sunday to snap a Â“ve-game skid with their Â“rst victory at Arrowhead Stadium this season. Charcandrick West added 110 yards rushing and his Â“rst career touchdown, and Chris Conley had his Â“rst career touchdown reception for the Chiefs (2-5), who squandered late leads against Denver and Chicago at home earlier this season. Eric Berry had his Â“rst interception since being diagnosed with cancer in December. The Â“rst half amounted to a Â“eld-goal fest, which wasnÂt all that surprising considering the amount of offensive talent that both teams were missing to injury. Santos hit three of them after Chiefs drives stalled in the red zone, though he did miss a 54-yarder just before the half. Chris Boswell knocked through a 24-yarder for Pittsburgh. The Chiefs Â“nally established a cushion midway through the third quarter. It began when Jones threw a pass over the middle that skipped off the hands of Brown and right to Berry, who had a diving interception. It was the Â“rst pick by the former Pro Bowl safety since December 2013, when he had two in a game at Oakland. The Chiefs capitalized on the turnover by driving 47 yards, at one point using a hurry-up offense to keep Pittsburgh off-balance. West Â“nally plunged in from a yard on thirdand-goal to end a streak of seven trips to the red zone without a touchdown, and giving Kansas City a 16-3 lead. Pittsburgh answered behind the arm of Jones, whose 41-yard completion to Brown helped set up its Â“rst touchdown. Jones lofted a pass that Bryant hauled in while tiptoeing in the end zone Â„ replays conÂ“rmed he made the reception after initially bobbling it. Suddenly, it looked as if the Chiefs might blow another fourth-quarter lead at home. Their offense had to punt moments later, and Pittsburgh went the other way for another Â“eld goal to get within 16-13. But this time, the ChiefsÂ offense Â„ missing top wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to injury and with a revamped offensive line Â„ made the plays that mattered. Smith hit tight end Travis Kelce for a 26-yard reception to convert a third down, and West ripped off a 36-yard run moments later. He added a short run on an option play to convert another third down, and Smith hit Conley from 5 yards with 5:13 left to put the game away.CHIEFS 23, STEELERS 13Pittsburgh 3 0 7 3 Â„ 13 Kansas City 3 6 7 7 Â„ 23 First Quarter KCÂ„ FG Santos 30, 8:47. PitÂ„ FG Boswell 24, :59. Second Quarter KCÂ„ FG Santos 22, 8:55. KCÂ„ FG Santos 27, 1:00. Third Quarter KCÂ„ West 1 run (Santos kick), 4:23. PitÂ„ Bryant 19 pass from L.Jones (Boswell kick), 1:40. Fourth Quarter PitÂ„ FG Boswell 36, 10:17. KCÂ„ Conley 6 pass from A.Smith (Santos kick), 5:13. AÂ„ 76,365. Pit KC First downs 18 18 Total Net Yards 339 377 Rushes-yards 24-147 29-138 Passing 192 239 Punt Returns 1-2 1-25 Kicko Returns 4-116 3-76 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-33 Comp-Att-Int 16-29-2 21-32-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-17 2-12 Punts 2-45.5 3-54.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 1-5 6-66 Time of Possession 27:34 32:26 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Pittsburgh, Bell 17-121, Bryant 1-13, D.Williams 4-9, Brown 1-6, L.Jones 1-(minus 2). Kansas City, West 22110, Thomas 1-13, Ware 2-8, A.Smith 3-5, Davis 1-2. PASSINGÂ„ Pittsburgh, L.Jones 16-29-2209. Kansas City, A.Smith 21-32-0-251. RECEIVINGÂ„ Pittsburgh, Brown 6-124, Bell 4-16, Bryant 3-45, Wheaton 2-16, D.Williams 1-8. Kansas City, Conley 6-63, Kelce 5-73, A.Wilson 3-71, West 2-19, Thomas 2-12, Avant 2-11, OÂShaughnessy 1-2. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ Kansas City, Santos 54 (WR).MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. Â„ With the Miami Dolphins leading 35-0 midway through the Â“rst half, while the rest of the sideline celebrated, interim coach Dan Campbell stood alone staring at the scoreboard and managing to keep a straight face. For Campbell it was business as usual, with blowouts the norm so far. Ryan Tannehill completed his Â“rst 18 attempts and threw for four scores in Â“rst 16 minutes to help beat the Houston Texans 44-26. Since the Â“ring of Joe Philbin on Oct. 5, the Dolphins (3-3) have gone from notorious underachievers to contending for their Â“rst playoff berth since 2008. Jarvis Landry scored on a jaw-dropping 50-yard catch and run through most of the TexansÂ defense. He also caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Tannehill. Lamar Miller scored on a 54-yard reception and an 85-yard run. Rishard Matthews scored the gameÂs Â“rst points when he turned a short pass from Tannehill into a 53-yard score. That was all in the opening half, when the Dolphins built a 41-0 lead. They tied a franchise record of 21 points in the Â“rst quarter, done three other times, and for 35 points at halftime set in 1967, their second season. The Dolphins began pulling their regulars at halftime. The Texans scored four touchdowns in the second half, but their dismal day became worse when running back Arian Foster hobbled off the Â“eld with an Achilles tendon injury late in the game. Miller rushed for 175 yards in 10 carries, all in the Â“rst half. Tannehill went 18 for 19 for 282 yards, with a perfect passer rating of 158.3. Miami did not have a 50-yard play from scrimmage previously this season. Tannehill became the Â“rst quarterback to throw three touchdown passes of 50-plus yards in a Â“rst half since Randall Cunningham in 1998, according to STATS. Reshad Jones scored for the defense on a 23-yard interception return, snatching a deÂ”ected pass and somersaulting into the end zone for the second week in a row. Brent Grimes shadowed DeAndre Hopkins, who was held to six catches for 50 yards, ending his franchise record-tying streak of four consecutive 100-yard games. The Dolphins were nearly Â”awless in the Â“rst half, although they did miss the extra point kick after their sixth touchdown. Their yardage advantage was 275-0 in the Â“rst 16 minutes, and the score was 35-0 before the Texans registered a Â“rst down. DOLPHINS 44, TEXANS 26Houston 0 0 13 13 Â„ 26 Miami 21 20 0 3 Â„ 44 First Quarter MiaÂ„ Matthews 53 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 10:57. MiaÂ„ Landry 50 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 6:45. MiaÂ„ Landry 10 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 3:03. Second Quarter MiaÂ„ Miller 54 pass from Tannehill (Franks kick), 14:10. MiaÂ„ Jones 23 interception return (Franks kick), 13:56. MiaÂ„ Miller 85 run (kick failed), 2:47. Third Quarter HouÂ„ Foster 7 pass from Hoyer (kick failed), 8:13. HouÂ„ Foster 2 run (Novak kick), 1:45. Fourth Quarter HouÂ„ Washington 27 pass from Hoyer (Novak kick), 11:27. MiaÂ„ FG Franks 53, 7:41. HouÂ„ Washington 5 pass from Hoyer (pass failed), 4:00. AÂ„ 65,251. Hou Mia First downs 24 21 Total Net Yards 322 503 Rushes-yards 25-71 35-248 Passing 251 255 Punt Returns 2-21 6-19 Kicko Returns 3-88 2-64 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-23 Comp-Att-Int 23-49-1 19-20-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-22 4-41 Punts 8-48.0 5-49.2 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 3-25 8-52 Time of Possession 27:55 32:05 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Houston, Foster 18-59, Blue 3-8, Polk 4-4. Miami, Miller 14-175, Gray 1248, D.Williams 4-19, Landry 1-5, Tannehill 1-3, Moore 3-(minus 2). PASSINGÂ„ Houston, Hoyer 23-49-1-273. Miami, Moore 1-1-0-14, Tannehill 18-190-282. RECEIVINGÂ„ Houston, Washington 9-127, Hopkins 6-50, Foster 5-66, Polk 2-14, Mumphery 1-16. Miami, Landry 5-83, Matthews 3-75, Miller 3-61, Jennings 2-37, Cameron 2-23, D.Williams 2-10, Gray 1-10, Sims 1-(minus 3). MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.Chiefs snap 5-game losing streak 23-134 big plays early help Dolphins drub TexansBy DAVE SKRETTAASSOCIATED PRESSBy STEVEN WINEASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOKansas City Chiefs running back Charcandrick West scores a touchdown under Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Steve McLendon.AP PHOTOMiami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry scores a touchdown as he is tackled by Houston Texans inside linebacker Brian Cushing.NFL SCOREBOARD Â€ PAGE 3
NFL SCOREBOARD Â€ PAGE 4EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. Â„ Tom CoughlinÂs 100th regular-season win as Giants coach was all about pouncing on CowboysÂ mistakes. New York snapped a Â“ve-game slide against Dallas as Dwayne Harris ran back a kickoff 100 yards for the winning points in the fourth quarter against his former teammates Sunday. The GiantsÂ 27-20 victory also boosted them into Â“rst place in the NFC East at 4-3. Dominique RodgersCromartie had two interceptions, returning one 58 yards for a touchdown. Brandon Meriweather also had a pick, while Myles White grabbed Cole BeasleyÂs muff of a punt in the Â“nal minutes to put it away. Harris spent four seasons in Dallas without running back a kickoff for a score. But he tied a Giants record set in 1994 by romping untouched to the end zone. The Cowboys (2-4), losers of four in a row without injured offensive stars Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, got a big game from Darren McFadden. Starting running back Joseph Randle left early with a strained back, and McFadden rushed for 152 yards and a TD. Matt Cassel, in his Â“rst start for the benched Brandon Weeden while Romo heals, forced some throws, and New York took advantage. This third-period score was the seventh touchdown in RodgersCromartieÂs eight pro seasons, six by interceptions. He had a 57-yard runback with a fumble against Dallas in the season opener. Two plays later, Cassel uncorked a wobbler down the left sideline for Terrance Williams, and Meriweather made a leaping pick at the Giants 1. Rueben Randle, making like receiving mate Odell Beckham Jr., followed with a terriÂ“c one-handed catch down the sideline on Brandon Carr, the same cornerback Beckham victimized last season for his play of the year. That 44-yarder immediately was followed by Shane VereenÂs 39-yard burst, and Josh Brown completed the 83-yard drive with a 34-yard Â“eld goal for a 20-13 lead. CromartieÂs other interception, the third Giants pick within five throws by Cassel, led to nothing, and then Cassel found the range. He guided Dallas on an 80-yard drive, with a pinpoint pass to Devin Street, whose first career TD came on a tip-toe reception in the right corner of the end zone. Thirteen seconds later, Harris was sprinting down the right sideline for the winning points. McFadden had a 1-yard TD and Dan Bailey made Â“eld goals of 30 and 48 yards for Dallas. McFadden last had a 100-yard rushing performance in Week 2 of 2013 while with Oakland. Dallas lost an interception deep in New York territory on a replay review. Eli ManningÂs pass ricocheted off the foot of cornerback Byron Jones and was grabbed by the diving rookie. But after the call was overturned, Brown made a 47-yarder, his 18th straight successful Â“eld goal, a franchise mark he later extended.GIANTS 27, COWBOYS 20Dallas 3 10 0 7 Â„ 20 N.Y. Giants 0 10 10 7 Â„ 27 First Quarter DalÂ„ FG Bailey 30, 5:25. Second Quarter NYGÂ„ Darkwa 15 run (Brown kick), 11:02. DalÂ„ FG Bailey 48, 7:29. DalÂ„ McFadden 1 run (Bailey kick), 2:17. NYGÂ„ FG Brown 47, 1:04. Third Quarter NYGÂ„ Rodgers-Cromartie 58 interception return (Brown kick), 11:19. NYGÂ„ FG Brown 34, 3:18. Fourth Quarter DalÂ„ Street 25 pass from Cassel (Bailey kick), 7:14. NYGÂ„ D.Harris 100 kicko return (Brown kick), 7:01. AÂ„ 80,319. Dal NYG First downs 27 13 Total Net Yards 460 289 Rushes-yards 41-233 25-132 Passing 227 157 Punt Returns 2-7 0-0 Kicko Returns 3-66 3-149 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 3-70 Comp-Att-Int 17-27-3 13-24-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-0 2-13 Punts 2-33.0 5-47.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-46 3-13 Time of Possession 38:04 21:56 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Dallas, McFadden 29-152, Whitehead 4-35, Randle 2-24, Michael 5-18, Cassel 1-4. N.Y. Giants, Vereen 4-56, Darkwa 8-48, Jennings 5-19, Williams 4-13, Manning 4-(minus 4). PASSINGÂ„ Dallas, Cassel 17-27-3-227. N.Y. Giants, Manning 13-24-0-170. RECEIVINGÂ„ Dallas, Witten 6-73, Williams 4-70, Butler 2-41, McFadden 2-10, Street 1-25, Hanna 1-6, Michael 1-2. N.Y. Giants, Beckham Jr. 4-35, Donnell 4-18, Randle 2-68, D.Harris 2-43, Vereen 1-6. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.DETROIT Â„ Teddy Bridgewater seems to be at his best when Minnesota takes on the Detroit Lions. Bridgewater threw for a season-high 316 yards and two touchdowns to help the Vikings beat the Lions 28-19 on Sunday. Adrian Peterson rushed for 98 yards on 19 carries as the Vikings (4-2) won an NFC North game on the road for the first time in three years. The Lions (1-6) had an 11-point lead after Matthew Stafford threw TDs on their Â“rst two drives, but they blew it because they couldnÂt protect the quarterback. Minnesota had a season-high seven sacks, which also was a season worst for Detroit. Vikings rookie Stefon Diggs had six receptions for 108 yards, including a go-ahead, 36-yard score on which he leaped from just inside the 5 and landed in the end zone in the third quarter. Peterson had a season-long 75-yard run on the VikingsÂ next drive, but they stalled and settled for one of Blair WalshÂs Â“ve Â“eld goals. The Lions had a chance to make the Â“nal minutes potentially dramatic, but they turned the ball over on downs at the Vikings 1. Minnesota had punter Jeff Locke run out of the end zone on the ensuing possession, taking a safety to stay two scores ahead with a 28-19 lead with 59 seconds left. Detroit drove to the Vikings 36 on its Â“nal drive before turning the ball over on downs again, and getting booed by the sparse crowd that was still in Ford Field. Minnesota had not won a division road game since winning in Detroit on Sept. 30, 2012. Bridgewater had his best passer rating of the season in last monthÂs 26-16 win against the Lions, and nearly matched it in the rematch. Bridgewater was 25 of 35 and Â“nished 2 yards short of setting a career high for yards passing. The Â“rst of his two TD passes was a 1-yard toss to Kyle Rudolph that got Minnesota within Â“ve late in the second quarter. BlairÂs 51-yard Â“eld goal ended the Â“rst half and cut DetroitÂs lead to 17-15. Peterson, who had a season-high 135 yards in his last game against Detroit, was shut down for much of the day, but he helped the Vikings to 140 yards on the ground, compared to 77 for the Lions. Stafford, meanwhile, didnÂt have much time to set up in the pocket after a strong start. He capped the opening 75-yard drive with a 1-yard TD pass to Calvin Johnson. He connected with Eric Ebron on a 7-yard scoring pass to end an 80-yard drive on his next possession. The rest of the game, he was getting sacked, hit and hurried. Stafford Â“nished 18 of 26 for 256 yards with the two TDs.VIKINGS 28, LIONS 19Minnesota 3 12 10 3 Â„ 28 Detroit 14 3 0 2 Â„ 19 First Quarter DetÂ„ Johnson 1 pass from Staord (Prater kick), 11:10. MinÂ„ FG Walsh 37, 3:47. DetÂ„ Ebron 7 pass from Staord (Prater kick), 1:24. Second Quarter MinÂ„ FG Walsh 53, 11:11. DetÂ„ FG Prater 52, 5:03. MinÂ„ Rudolph 1 pass from Bridgewater (kick failed), 1:49. MinÂ„ FG Walsh 51, :00. Third Quarter MinÂ„ Diggs 36 pass from Bridgewater (Walsh kick), 10:19. MinÂ„ FG Walsh 35, 6:07. Fourth Quarter MinÂ„ FG Walsh 22, 14:10. DetÂ„ Team safety, :59. AÂ„ 60,231. Min Det First downs 25 14 Total Net Yards 425 274 Rushes-yards 35-140 17-77 Passing 285 197 Punt Returns 4-23 1-9 Kicko Returns 4-107 4-85 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 25-35-0 18-26-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-31 7-59 Punts 2-45.0 6-49.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 Penalties-Yards 3-31 5-30 Time of Possession 36:27 23:33 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Minnesota, Peterson 1998, McKinnon 9-36, Diggs 1-9, Line 2-2, Bridgewater 3-1, Locke 1-(minus 6). Detroit, Abdullah 8-43, Bell 3-21, Riddick 3-8, Staord 1-5, Burton 1-0, Winn 1-0. PASSINGÂ„ Minnesota, Bridgewater 2535-0-316. Detroit, Staord 18-26-0-256. RECEIVINGÂ„ Minnesota, Diggs 6-108, Wallace 4-36, Wright 3-31, Peterson 3-12, Rudolph 2-10, Asiata 2-5, Line 1-49, Thielen 1-30, C.Johnson 1-21, Pruitt 1-13, McKinnon 1-1. Detroit, Ebron 5-89, Johnson 5-86, Riddick 3-40, Bell 2-14, Tate 2-14, T.Wright 1-13. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.Giants cash in on CowboysÂ mistakesBridgewater helps Vikings roar past Lions 28-19By BARRY WILNERASSOCIATED PRESSBy LARRY LAGEASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOSNew York Giants running back Orleans Darkwa dives past Dallas CowboysÂ Barry Church for a touchdown as Byron Jones chases them.AP PHOTOMinnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs falls into the end zone after a 36-yard reception for a touchdown. Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is hit by New York GiantsÂ Jayron Hosley.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Â„ Cam Newton took another step toward rewriting the NFL record book, and the Carolina Panthers defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 2716 on Monday night to improve to 6-0 for the first time in franchise history. Newton threw for a touchdown and ran for another score, marking the fourth time this season he has accomplished that feat in a game and 28th time in his career Â„ three behind Hall of Famer Steve Young for the league record. Jonathan Stewart ran for 119 yards and Mike Tolbert scored two touchdowns for Carolina, which has won a franchise-record 10 straight regular-season games dating to last season. The Panthers are also one of five unbeaten teams remaining in the NFL, joining New England, Cincinnati, Denver and Green Bay. Ryan Mathews ran for 97 yards, including a 63-yard touchdown, but the Eagles (3-4) were only able to convert three interceptions by Newton into six points. The Panthers held Sam Bradford to 205 yards passing and sacked him five times, including twice by Jared Allen. Newton finished 14 of 24 for 197 yards. He had three picks, but two of them hit his wide receivers in the hands. Last November, the Panthers turned the ball over on two of their first three plays in an embarrassing 45-21 loss to the Eagles on Monday Night Football. They seemed determined to start this prime-time game a little better. Stewart ran twice for 45 yards on CarolinaÂs first two plays from scrimmage, Newton zipped a pass to Philly Brown for 25 yards and Tolbert scored on the fourth play of the drive on a 2-yard run for a quick 7-0 lead. The Panthers pushed the lead to 14-3 when Newton reached the ball across the goal line for a 2-yard score. It was his fourth rushing touchdown of the season. Young totaled 43 career rushing touchdowns over 15 seasons. Newton has 37 just six games into his fifth season. Tolbert pushed the lead to 21-6 when he caught a pass in the flat, bounced off a hit from Malcolm Jenkins and carried four Eagles into the end zone with him for a 2-yard TD reception. But the Eagles wouldnÂt go away. MathewsÂ 63-yard burst up the middle quieted the crowd, and cornerback Byron Maxwell intercepted Newton on a ball that deflected off the hands of Devin Funchess leading to a field goal by the Eagles. Trailing 24-16, the Eagles had one last chance to tie and send it into overtime, but Allen came up with two sacks and a tipped pass on the crucial series with less than three minutes to play. Allen now has 136 career sacks, more than any active player in the league. Eagles seven-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters was carted off the field in the first quarter with back spasms after he fell to the ground while trying to block Allen.PANTHERS 27, EA GLES 16Philadelphia 0 6 10 0 Â„ 16 Carolina 7 7 7 6 Â„ 27 First Quarter CarÂ„ Tolbert 2 run (Gano kick), 9:24. Second Quarter PhiÂ„ FG Sturgis 52, 5:42. CarÂ„ Newton 2 run (Gano kick), 3:33. PhiÂ„ FG Sturgis 29, :04. Third Quarter CarÂ„ Tolbert 2 pass from Newton (Gano kick), 11:50. PhiÂ„ Mathews 63 run (Sturgis kick), 9:32. PhiÂ„ FG Sturgis 24, 5:48. Fourth Quarter CarÂ„ FG Gano 35, 8:59. CarÂ„ FG Gano 29, :18. AÂ„ 74,194. Phi Car First downs 20 21 Total Net Yards 349 394 Rushes-yards 30-177 33-204 Passing 172 190 Punt Returns 1-2 1-5 Kicko Returns 0-0 2-27 Interceptions Ret. 3-23 1-0 Comp-Att-Int 26-46-1 14-24-3 Sacked-Yards Lost 5-33 1-7 Punts 5-46.6 4-39.3 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-46 5-43 Time of Possession 31:06 28:54 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Philadelphia, Mathews 6-97, Murray 18-65, Sproles 3-9, Bradford 3-6. Carolina, Stewart 24-125, Ginn Jr. 1-43, Newton 4-20, Tolbert 3-16, Artis-Payne 1-0. PASSINGÂ„ Philadelphia, Bradford 26-461-205. Carolina, Newton 14-24-3-197. RECEIVINGÂ„ Philadelphia, Ertz 5-63, Sproles 5-31, Austin 4-52, Mathews 3-24, Matthews 3-14, Celek 2-11, Hu 2-5, Murray 2-5. Carolina, Ginn Jr. 5-59, Olsen 3-65, Brown 3-38, Funchess 1-20, Cotchery 1-13, Tolbert 1-2. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ Philadelphia, Sturgis 50 (WL).Newton leads perfect Panthers over Eagles By STEVE REEDASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOCarolina PanthersÂ Cam Newton leans over the goal line for a touchdown as Philadelphia EaglesÂ Jordan Hicks defends.LANDOVER, Md. Â„ No Washington Redskins quarterback had ever captained a comeback quite like the one Kirk Cousins oversaw Sunday. Cousins threw three second-half touchdown passes, including the go-ahead score to Jordan Reed with 24 seconds left, to lead the Redskins past the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-30 on Sunday after trailing by 24 points. It is the largest deÂ“cit overcome by the Redskins (3-4) in a victory. Cousins Â“nished 33 for 40 for 317 yards, the three TDs and zero interceptions. He also ran for an 8-yard touchdown in the second quarter for WashingtonÂs Â“rst points. There is a clear pattern to WashingtonÂs season so far: In the teamÂs three wins, Cousins has not thrown a single INT; in the four losses, he has been picked off twice each time. Jameis Winston, the No. 1 overall pick in this yearÂs draft, was 21 for 29 for 297 yards and two Â“rst-half touchdowns that helped Tampa Bay (2-4) build a 24-0 lead in the second quarter. Doug Martin ran for 136 yards on 19 carries. Cousins hadnÂt completed more than one TD pass in any game all season, and there were those wondering whether his time as the starter might be coming to an end. But he got a pair of 3-yard scores in the third quarter, sandwiched around an onside kick, to make things interesting. Then, trailing 30-24, Washington got the ball at its 20 with a little less than 2 1Â‡2 minutes left in the fourth quarter. Cousins threw on every play, going 9 for 11 for 75 yards, capped by the 6-yard toss to Reed. Tampa Bay certainly helped the hostsÂ cause this time, with 16 penalties for 142 yards Evans caught a 40yard TD pass on Tampa BayÂs third play from scrimmage. Division III Heidelberg UniversityÂs Donteea Dye had a 17-yard scoring reception from Winston, and Division II Shepherd UniversityÂs Howard Jones returned a fumble by Cousins 43 yards for a TD. But the Redskins began chipping away, Â“rst on CousinsÂ TD run, and then in the third quarter, the portion of games that had been devastating dreadful for Washington this season. The Redskins came into Sunday having been outscored 46-3 in that period. Coach Jay Gruden, who had labeled this game a Âcode redÂŽ situation for the Redskins, vowed all week to emphasize better third-quarter production. Something Â“nally clicked. REDSKINS 31, BUCC ANEERS 30Tampa Bay 10 14 0 6 Â„ 30 Washington 0 7 14 10 Â„ 31 First Quarter TBÂ„ Evans 40 pass from Winston (Barth kick), 11:47. TBÂ„ FG Barth 22, 5:06. Second Quarter TBÂ„ Dye 7 pass from Winston (Barth kick), 11:34. TBÂ„ Jones 43 fumble return (Barth kick), 8:19. WasÂ„ Cousins 8 run (Hopkins kick), 4:26. Third Quarter WasÂ„ Grant 3 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick), 11:10. WasÂ„ Reed 3 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick), 6:56. Fourth Quarter TBÂ„ FG Barth 45, 13:51. WasÂ„ FG Hopkins 35, 7:29. TBÂ„ FG Barth 21, 2:24. WasÂ„ Reed 6 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick), :24. AÂ„ 72,912. TB Was First downs 21 27 Total Net Yards 479 355 Rushes-yards 30-190 19-50 Passing 289 305 Punt Returns 3-18 1-4 Kicko Returns 1-15 2-48 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 21-29-0 33-40-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 1-8 1-12 Punts 2-44.5 4-47.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 16-142 4-20 Time of Possession 31:18 28:42 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Tampa Bay, Martin 19-136, Sims 10-49, Winston 1-5. Washington, Jones 9-29, Cousins 3-15, Morris 6-5, Young 1-1. PASSINGÂ„ Tampa Bay, Winston 21-29-0297. Washington, Cousins 33-40-0-317. RECEIVINGÂ„ Tampa Bay, Evans 8-164, Martin 3-35, Stocker 3-22, Sims 2-17, Murphy 1-29, Jackson 1-13, Dye 1-7, Brate 1-6, Rainey 1-4. Washington, Reed 11-72, Garcon 5-55, Crowder 5-48, Grant 3-54, Roberts 3-49, Jones 3-22, Carrier 2-15, Morris 1-2. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ None.ST. LOUIS Â„ Todd Gurley heard the fans chanting his name. The rookie is commanding that kind of attention. Gurley rushed for 128 yards and his Â“rst two NFL touchdowns, helping the St. Louis Rams put away the Cleveland Browns 24-6 on Sunday. Coming off its bye, St. Louis (3-3) had four sacks and recovered four fumbles. The Rams scored 10 points off miscues on ClevelandÂs Â“rst two series, a 17yard fumble recovery by Rodney McLeod and a Â“eld goal after the Â“rst of William HayesÂ two sacks and strips of Josh McCown on the day. Johnny Manziel got mop-up duty for the Browns (2-5) after McCown left for the locker room favoring his right shoulder with about four minutes left. McCown said he was hurt on the second sack/ fumble when he was hit on the elbow. Gurley scored on runs of 1 and 16 yards. He fell short of joining Hall of Famers Eric Dickerson and Marshall Faulk as the lone Rams players to gain 140 or more yards for three straight games. The Rams totaled 158 yards rushing with a 6.1-yard average against the NFLÂs worst defense against the run. Gurley had a big grin on his face as Kenny Britt followed him back to the bench and waved his arms at the crowd in celebration after the running back scored his second TD in the fourth quarter. Jeff Fisher was on the Â“eld frantically waving for a timeout just before the snap on GurleyÂs Â“rst career touchdown that made it 17-6 late in the third. Gurley ambled in untouched from a yard out, and Fisher spun the headset wire around his legs as he retreated to sideline. Browns cornerback Pierre Desir, starting in place of injured Joe Haden, struggled on that drive. He interfered with Britt for a 26-yard penalty, and then was beaten on the next play by Britt on a 41-yarder to the Cleveland 1. Gurley reversed Â“eld on a 48-yard jaunt to the Cleveland 22 on the RamsÂ Â“rst possession of the second half, but St. Louis got nothing out of it. The offense stalled and Greg Zuerlein hooked a 35-yard Â“eld goal attempt just wide right. The Rams led 10-0 after the Â“rst quarter despite mustering just 3 yards offense and getting dominated in time of possession, with the Browns holding the ball for 11 minutes and 34 seconds. McCown was 26 for 32 for 270 yards with no TDs or interceptions. Gary Barnidge was his top target with six catches for 101 yards, although the tight endÂs streak of four straight games with a score ended.RAMS 24, BROWNS 6Cleveland 0 3 3 0 Â„ 6 St. Louis 10 0 7 7 Â„ 24 First Quarter StLÂ„ McLeod 20 fumble return (Zuerlein kick), 11:59. StLÂ„ FG Zuerlein 39, 7:33. Second Quarter CleÂ„ FG Coons 25, 14:05. Third Quarter CleÂ„ FG Coons 44, 11:45. StLÂ„ Gurley 1 run (Zuerlein kick), 2:14. Fourth Quarter StLÂ„ Gurley 16 run (Zuerlein kick), 8:11. AÂ„ 51,523. Cle StL First downs 19 16 Total Net Yards 364 308 Rushes-yards 24-82 26-158 Passing 282 150 Punt Returns 2-4 2-15 Kicko Returns 1-21 2-55 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Att-Int 30-37-0 15-23-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 4-15 2-13 Punts 5-45.4 5-48.8 Fumbles-Lost 4-4 1-1 Penalties-Yards 11-98 9-75 Time of Possession 35:33 24:27 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGÂ„ Cleveland, Turbin 5-30, McCown 4-21, Johnson Jr. 6-17, Crowell 8-9, Manziel 1-5. St. Louis, Gurley 19-128, Austin 1-21, B.Cunningham 4-11, Foles 2-(minus 2). PASSINGÂ„ Cleveland, Manziel 4-5-0-27, McCown 26-32-0-270. St. Louis, Foles 1523-0-163. RECEIVINGÂ„ Cleveland, Johnson Jr. 7-73, Barnidge 6-101, Benjamin 4-47, Gabriel 4-15, Hartline 3-22, Hawkins 2-21, Dray 2-10, Turbin 2-8. St. Louis, Austin 4-43, Gurley 4-35, Cook 2-19, B.Cunningham 2-13, Britt 1-41, Bailey 1-8, Harkey 1-4. MISSED FIELD GOALSÂ„ St. Louis, Zuerlein 63 (WR), 35 (WR).CousinsÂ 3rd TD pass lifts Redskins past BucsGurley scores 2 TDs; Rams whip BrownsBy HOWARD FENDRICHASSOCIATED PRESSBy R.B. FALLSTROMASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOWashington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed leaps into the end zone for a touchdown past Tampa Bay Buccaneers strong safety Chris Conte and free safety Bradley McDougald to tie the score during the second half.AP PHOTOSt. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley leaps over teammate Tim Barnes after catching a pass for a 24-yard gain.NFL SCOREBOARD Â€ PAGE 5
NFL SCOREBOARD Â€ PAGE 6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Charles Sims fumbles the ball on a hit by Washington Redskins inside linebacker Will Compton. Philadelphia EaglesÂ DeMarco Murray breaks through the line against the Carolina Panthers. San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd canÂt make the catch as Oakland Raiders cornerback D.J. Hayden looks on. Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is brought down by Tennessee Titans cornerback Coty Sensabaugh. Indianapolis Colts cornerback Vontae Davis, right, tackles New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston. AP PHOTOSBualo Bills free safety Corey Graham breaks through to score a touchdown during the NFL game between Bualo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson is tackled from behind by Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Antwon Blake as Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons, left, and safety Mike Mitchell join in. Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy (76) tackles New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. Miami Dolphins strong safety Reshad Jones tackles Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Cleveland Browns running back Duke Johnson Jr. is stopped by St. Louis Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson. Detroit Lions running back Theo Riddick loses control of the ball at the goal line after being tackled by Minnesota Vikings free safety Harrison Smith. New York Jets linebackers Lorenzo Mauldin, right, and Trevor Reilly upend New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola.
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ECZXWWFSQ_FDSTXC INGEST_TIME 2015-10-30T19:40:24Z PACKAGE AA00016616_00880
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC