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By TOM LAVENTURE counties through an annual [email protected] grant program that is admin- HURLEY, MERCER, Wis. — istered by the Transit Section If an Iron County grant appli- of the Wisconsin Department cation is approved the town of Transportation. of Mercer and city of Hurley According to the grant may receive subsidized public application there is transportation services some- $15,977,800 in total aid for time in 2020, according to all counties in 2020. The Iron officials. County allocation is $79,889 Bay Area Rural Transit with a 0.5% county match of (BART), based in Ashland, is $15,978. a subsidized public transit The grant application system that operates at mini- deadline is Dec. 13. mal cost to passengers. BART Bart provides routes ser- also provides accommoda- vice in Ashland, Washburn, tions for physical accessibility Mellen, Glidden, Park Falls, to the disabled. Phillips, Red Cliff Transit Cally Bucknell, director of (Miskwaabekong), Bad River the Iron County Department and Iron River. The routes of Human Services, and provide transportation for Trista Olson, director of the people of smaller communi- Hurley Senior Center, Inc., ties to health, retail and other said Thursday that a County services of the nearest larger Elderly and Disabled Trans- communities where there is portation Assistance grant no similar public transporta- application for the Special- tion. Kim E. Strom/Daily Globe ized Transportation Assis- Olson said that if JAMESON PISCO, left, and his sister Lillian Pisco skate during the first day of open skating at the Pat tance Program for Counties approved and contracted, O’Donnell Civic Center Friday. Open skating is held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6:30 program was submitted. The BART would provide service p.m. to 8:30 p.m. They are skating under the temporary dome that was constructed after the center’s grant operates under Wiscon- roof caved in from heavy snowfall last March. Jameson plays hockey for the Ashland team and also sin Statute (85.21) and pro- is involved in the Northern Wisconsin Blizzards AAA hockey team of Eagle River, Wis. They are the vides state financial aid to children of John and Angie Pisco of Ironwood. BART — page 5 TURKEY TIME Mercer says vacation rental locations don’t have permits By TOM LAVENTURE the online rental agencies they neighbors of the property that is a [email protected] work with, he said. This is being requirement of the process. MERCER, Wis. — The Mercer looked into but there is no evi- In the township chair’s report, Town Board of Supervisors on dence to show this as of yet, he Sendra said that neighbors of the Thursday addressed the issue of said. Popko Circle East property have the growing number of vacation “We talked to the health depart- since contacted the township to rental units without permits. ment and we’re sending letters to object to the property being used There are at least three residen- the tourist rooming house people as a vacation rental if it were con- tial homes in the community are to please send in documentation sidered again. being used as tourist rooming to prove this,” Sendra said. Fritz Schellgell, legal counsel to houses, said John Sendra, town There are also zoning issues the township, is looking into the board chair during his report to and health inspections and all the language of the recently revised the supervisors. The owners are other things that come with per- and approved sign and billboard advertising as vacation rentals mitting, he said. The permitting ordinance. According to Sendra, through online rental agencies process is through the Mercer the signage and billboard ordi- such as AirBnB and VRBO but as Township and Iron County, he nances were merged and there are far as the city is aware, no one is said. questions on new interpretations paying lodging or other taxes and A tourist rooming house appli- of the language. were never permitted to function cation was denied by the supervi- “The verbiage might allow peo- as rentals, he said. sors at the October meeting for an ple to use the whole side building Some of the homeowners in incomplete application. The appli- question responded that they were cant owner of the Popko Circle told the taxes are paid for through East property had not contact RENTAL — page 5 MDNR asks for public input at upcoming meetings Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe A RAFTER of wild turkeys run and hide in trees after crossing LANSING — Three of more Department conference room in cil, Dec. 5, 9:30 a.m., Michigan Black River Road into the Summit View neighborhood on than a dozen meetings planned Newberry. Contact Stacy Welling Economic Development Corpora- Tuesday. by the Michigan Department of Haughey at 906-226-1331 for fur- tion, Lansing. —Michigan State Natural Resources in December ther details. Waterways Commission, Dec. 5, to gather public input on various The Michigan Bear Forum will (regular meeting) 2:30 p.m., Rad- topics will be held in the Upper be held Dec. 7 in St. Ignace at Lit- dison Hotel, Lansing; Dec. 6 Peninsula. “The Department of tle Bear East Arena from 10 a.m. (work session), 9 a.m., Quality Unlicensed marijuana Natural Resources is committed to 4 p.m. The purpose of this Suites, Lansing. —Timber Adviso- to providing Michigan residents meeting is to discuss bear man- ry Council, Dec. 6, 10 a.m. to 3 dispensary investigated the opportunity to share input agement and regulations for the p.m., DNR Customer Service and ideas on policy decisions, 2020-2021 regulation cycle, Center, Gaylord; and Dec. 20, programs and other aspects of Menominee — The Michi- according to MSP. while assessing 2019 harvest 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., conference call, natural resource management gan State Police Marihuana MSP investigators were statistics. The public is encour- dial 888-557-8511, access code and outdoor recreation opportu- and Tobacco Investigation sec- assisted by its Emergency Sup- aged to attend the meetings of the 8718230. —Michigan Wildlife nities,” said a spokesman. “One tion executed two search war- port Team, the Upper Peninsu- various boards, commissions, Council, Dec. 9, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., important avenue for this input is rants on the Hush Lounge and la Substance Enforcement committees and councils, said Jay’s Sporting Goods, Clare. — at meetings of the public bodies related businesses in Menomi- Team, the Eighth District the spokesman, adding more Michigan Natural Resources that advise the DNR and, in some nee, Michigan on Friday, Hometown Security Team, and information about each group Trust Fund Board, Dec. 11, 9 cases, also set policies for natural according to an MSP news the Menominee City Police and meeting agendas can be a.m., Lansing Community Col- resource management.” The release. Department. found at michigan.gov/dnr. lege-West Campus, Lansing. — The warrants resulted from The state of Michigan DNR’s Snowmobile Advisory Other DNR December meetings Michigan Natural Resources an ongoing investigation and requires all marihuana dispen- Workgroup will meet Dec. 5 from include: —Accessibility Advisory Commission, Dec. 12, 8:30 a.m., MSP seized cash, records, nar- saries to be licensed. Funding 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Foggy’s Steak- Council, Dec. 3, 10 a.m., DNR Southern Michigan-Fifth Third cotics and guns during the for these types of investiga- house in Christmas. Contact Jes- Customer Service Center, Lans- Ballpark, Pepsi Stadium Club, execution of the search war- tions comes from licensing sica Holley at 517-331-3790 for ing. —Underwater Salvage and Comstock Park. —Belle Isle Park rants. No arrests have been and regulatory fees collected further information. The Eastern Preserve Committee, Dec. 4, 1 Advisory Committee, Dec. 19, 9 made at this time and the by the state. Upper Peninsula Citizens’ Advi- p.m., Michigan Library and His- to 11 a.m., Belle Isle Nature Cen- investigation is continuing, The Daily Globe sory Council will meet on Dec. 10 torical Center, Lansing. —Out- ter, Detroit. at 6 p.m. the LMAS Health door Recreation Advisory Coun- —Larry Holcombe

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This gives a temperature of what ththe he air feels like on the skin. Answer: ing to Wisconsin Public Wisconsonites, throughout the state. Radio’s website. Volun- although the official There is no cost to have teers, including family U.S. Department of the exhibit, but host orga- What’s next in impeachment: A and friends of those killed Defense and Vietnam nizations are expected to as well as teachers, stu- Veterans Memorial Fun- cover the cost of shipping. dents and others who just drecord lists 1,161. Pho- For more information on busy December, and on to 2020 wanted to put a face to a tos of those listed at The hosting, contact Gregory name, donated the pic- Highground are also Krueger, Curator of Events WASHINGTON (AP) – timony. maybe even completing, a tures. included in the Wiscon- at the Wisconsin Veterans After two weeks of public Several potentially key report of evidence gathered Wisconsin Remembers sin Remembers exhibit. Museum at 608-261-0541. hearings, Democrats could witnesses – former National through more than six is part of a bigger project soon turn the impeachment Security Adviser John weeks of closed-door depo- to put a face to every process over to the House Bolton, acting White House sitions and public hear- name on the Vietnam Vet- Judiciary Committee. Chief of Staff Mick Mul- ings. erans Memorial Wall in They’re moving “expedi- vaney, Energy Secretary Once the report is done, Washington, D.C. When tiously” ahead as House Rick Perry and Secretary of the panel could vote to pass the project is finished, it Speaker Nancy Pelosi has State Mike Pompeo, among it on to the House Judiciary will be part of a new Edu- instructed. others – have so far Committee. That could hap- cation Center that the At some point in the com- declined to provide testimo- pen as soon as the first week Vietnam Veterans Memo- ing weeks, the House intelli- ny or documents on of December, when lawmak- rial Fund is building on gence panel will submit a Trump’s orders. ers return from the Thanks- the National Mall called report to the Judiciary panel, Democrats have said they giving break. the “Wall of Faces.” Wis- and then Democrats will don’t want to get tied up in consin was the fifth state to find a photo for every consider drafting articles of lengthy court battles to force Judiciary takes charge impeachment on President those witnesses to cooperate Pelosi has instructed the resident listed on the wall, Donald Trump’s dealings with subpoenas. But they intelligence panel, along according to the website. with Ukraine and the could still hear testimony if with other committees that In total, there are Kim E. Strom/Daily Globe administration’s attempts to one of them changed their have investigated Trump, to 58,320 names on the Wall A CLOSEUP of one of the panels that is part of the Wis- block the investigation. The mind, or if other key wit- submit evidence to the in Washington D.C. consin Remembers: A Face For Every Name exhibit articles could cover matters nesses emerged. House Judiciary Committee. One of the 17 portable shows several local Wisconsin men who lost their lives beyond Trump’s efforts to “We’ve heard and seen That panel is then expected indoor display panels during the Vietnam War. “We remember these men as push Ukraine to investigate compelling evidence that the to hold hearings and vote on reads: “We remember sons, brothers, husbands, fathers, friends and neigh- Democrats, including spe- president committed serious articles of impeachment – a these men as sons, broth- bors,” reads one of the panels. “We than them for cial counsel Robert wrongdoing,” says Texas process that could take up ers, husbands, fathers, their service. We honor their families for their sacrifice Mueller’s investigation, but Rep. Joaquin Castro, a mem- the first two weeks of friends and neighbors. We and we ask, ‘What would they have accomplished if no decisions have been ber of the intelligence panel. December. thank them for their ser- they had come home?’” The Mercer Public Library is made. “There are other witnesses, The articles of impeach- vice. We honor their fami- hosting the exhibit until Wednesday, Nov. 27. There could be several including some principal ment are expected to mostly steps along the way, includ- witnesses that we would focus on Ukraine, though National Briefs ing a Judiciary committee have liked to have heard discussions continue. vote, a House floor vote and, from, but the evidence has Democrats are considering finally, a Senate trial. been pretty damning that an overall “abuse of power” Boston-to-LA flight The Federal Aviation information on how many the president committed an article against Trump, makes emergency Administration says in a people were aboard the impeachable act.” which could be broken into landing in central NY statement that Delta Flight Boeing B757. Intelligence committee 2531 landed safely around A message has been left wraps up Time is running short if categories like bribery or Democrats on the House the House is to vote on extortion. The article would SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) – 7:30 p.m. Friday at Syra- with Atlanta-based Delta intelligence committee impeachment by Christ- center on the Democrats’ Officials say a plane bound cuse Hancock Internation- Air Lines. believe they have enough mas, which Democrats pri- assertion, based on witness from Boston to Los Angeles al Airport and taxied to a The Syracuse airport’s evidence to write a report vately say is the goal. The testimony, that Trump used has made an emergency gate. website shows Flight 2531 and move forward. 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Erwin Township to host bake sale ERWIN TOWNSHIP – The Erwin Township Historical Society will host a bake sale and wreath sale on Saturday, Nov. 30, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thanksgiving Dinner planned in Ewen EWEN – Melanie Pelkola, organizer of the Southern Ontonagon Thanksgiving dinner, recently announced plans for this free event. Each year a core group of volun- teers gather to prepare and serve a homemade dinner for area residents at the Cloverland Senior Center, Ewen. “2019 will be our eighth year and it would not be pos- sible without our sponsors or our dedicated volunteers,” Pelkola said. Social hour begins at 1 p.m. EST, Thursday. Activities for children are also being planned. Dinner, consisting of turkey and all the fixings, will be served promptly at 2 Submitted photo p.m. THE CHAMBER Singers will present their 29th annual Christmas concerts on Friday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. at Our Lady To reserve a seat, call 906-827-3828 by Monday. of Peace Catholic Church in Ironwood and on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 4 p.m. at St. Sebastian Catholic Church in Besse- “If you have transportation issues, are homebound, or mer. Members include from left: first row, Karen Thomas, Marla Powers, Deb Wahlberg, Annette Beckman, Holly other issues that may affect your attendance, let us know Kluhsman and Anne Davey; second row, Maryann Maki, Pat Ahonen, Jane Gruenke, Sue Pallin, Marie Eggleston, and we will do everything possible to accommodate your Anna Hill and Kathy Skolasinski; third row, Jan Massie, Andrew Hill, Kris Kluhsman, Kevin Maki, Norman McKin- needs,” said Pelkola. dles, Doug Palmeter, Eleanor Burla and Betsy Wesselhoft; and fourth row, Ken Talaska, Don Dugan, Brian To make a donation to the event or to learn more about Ciesielczyk, Larry Hopkins, Don Osier, Glen Ackerman-Behr, George Ackerman-Behr and Tom Ahonen. Singers volunteer opportunities, call 906-827-3828. missing from the photo include Jennifer Burla, Steve Cole and Larry Holcombe. Genealogical Society to host meeting MANITOWISH WATERS, Wis. – The Northern Waters Genealogical Society invites the public to its next meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 3 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Manitowish Chamber Singers to offer Waters Community Center. This month’s program will be “Saint or Sinner: Who is your most memorable female ancestor?” Join NWGS members and guests as they share the story of a special annual Christmas concerts woman in their family history. The meetings are free and open to the public. All those The Chamber Singers is a local that First Held Mary’s Child.” Eggle- Mountain,” “The Most Wonderful interested in genealogy and family history are welcome to group that’s been singing together for ston said the “lovely carol is a Time of the Year,” “Let It Snow!” and attend. nearly 30 years and they will once reminder that Christ had an earthly “White Christmas.” For more information, call 715-686-7339. again offer Christmas concerts in father, a man named Joseph, a car- The program will end with Keith Mercer Senior Center sets Christmas party early December. penter, who loved and cared for him.” Hampton’s rousing anthem “Praise This year the group will have a bit The second number is a lively His Holy Name.” MERCER, Wis. – The Mercer Senior Center will host of a new look, according to Marie arrangement of “Jingle Bells” by the The audience will also be asked to its annual senior Christmas party on Sunday, Dec. 1, from Eggleston, one of the group’s singers group, Straight No Chaser. join in singing a few familiar Christ- 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. who also takes her turn to direct. “Extra sectional rehearsals were mas carols through the evening. There will be lunch, snacks, door prizes, games and a “After tryouts, a number of new peo- held on an almost weekly basis for Other members who will direct visit from Santa and opportunities for pictures with the ple were added bringing the total both the men’s and women’s num- are George Ackerman-Behr, Eleanor big guy in red. membership to 32, a considerably bers as these took a considerable Burla, Jan Massie and Deb Wahlberg. The free community event is sponsored by the Mercer larger group than we have had in pre- amount of time to learn,” Eggleston Massie is also the group’s accompa- Leo Club. vious years.” said. “As you will hear, the extra prac- nist. For more information, call Louise Minisan at 715-476- The concept behind the concert is tice paid off.” Two local instrumentalists will 7655. the same as it has always been, Highlights from the full ensemble perform on several of the pieces: according to Eggleston: “Find and will include “Let All Mortal Flesh Linda Tilley, on flute; and Jesika NAMI to hear presentation on suicide sing beautiful music.” Keep Silence,” a snappy arrangement Cane on clarinet and drums. The National Alliance on Mental Illness offers free, The Chamber Singers will present of “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing,” There is no admission charge, but confidential peer support groups and educational meet- two concerts this year in two different and thoughtful piece entitled “I Want a free will offering can be made. ings for individuals living with mental illness, and friends venues. The first concert is Friday, the World for Christmas,” written by Singers for this concert will or families living with an individual with mental illness. Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. at Our Lady of Peace Anders Ederoth from The Real include: sopranos: Pat Ahonen, An informal presentation on “QPR Suicide Prevention” Catholic Church in Ironwood. The Group. Using the famous poem Annette Beckman, Maryann Maki, will be held Monday at 7 p.m. EST in the Baraga Place second will be on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 4 “T’was the Night Before Christmas” Sue Pallin, Marla Powers, Karen Conference Room, 129 W.Baraga Ave., Marquette. Judi p.m. at St Sebastian Catholic Church as an inspiration, the piece comes Thomas, Kathy Skolasinski and Deb Krause of Northstar Employee Assistance Program will in Bessemer. from a newborn child’s perspective, Wahlberg; altos, Eleanor Burla, Jen- discuss the “QPR program: Question. Persuade. Refer. This year’s program includes a one who asks us to take care of our nifer Burla, Anne Davey, Marie Eggle- Question the individual about suicide. Persuade the indi- number of more contemporary carols “blue-green, forever turning world” ston, Jane Gruenke, Anna Hill, Holly vidual to get help. Refer for help.” as well as some very familiar ones, and not destroy it through careless- Kluhsman and Betsy Wesselhoft; The Alger/Marquette chapter of the NAMI serves the though some have a bit of a twist, ness and ignorance. tenors, George Ackerman-Behr, Glen entire U.P. according to Eggleston. John Rutter, among the best Ackerman-Behr, Tom Ahonen, Kris For more information call 906-360-7107. The women are singing “I Wonder world’s modern choral writers and Kluhsman, Kevin Maki, Norman as I Wander,” Ruth Schram’s arrange- arrangers, is represented with “What McKindles, Don Osier and Doug Pal- Boulder Junction library to hold benefit ment of the traditional Appalachian Sweeter Music,” using the poetry of meter; and basses, Brian Ciesielczyk, carol, as well as a Caribbean carol, 17th century poet Robert Herrick. Steve Cole, Don Dugan, Andrew Hill, BOULDER JUNCTION, Wis. – The Friends of the “The Virgin Mary had a Baby Boy.” Other old favorite tunes on the Larry Holcombe, Larry Hopkins and Boulder Junction Public Library annual Cookie Walk will The men are singing “The Hands program include “Go Tell It on the Ken Talaska. be held Friday, Nov. 29 at 5 p.m. in the lobby of the Acorn Lodge. Proceeds from past Cookie Walks have helped the library purchase books, newspaper and magazine sub- Community Calendar scriptions for patron use. The group has also paid for shelving, signage, public computers and printers. Email calendar items and area74.org. Memorial Building. noon, Salem Lutheran Church, For more information, call the library at 715-385- community news to Bessemer Township Ironwood. area74.org. 2050. [email protected] Monday, Nov. 25 Board, 5 p.m., Township Hall, Ironwood Kiwanis Club, For more information, call 906- Ramsay. noon, Golden Dragon. Cable church plans Christmas sale 932-2211. Iron County Food Pantry, Mercer School Board, 5 Woods and Blooms Gar- Saturday, Nov. 23 9 a.m.-4 p.m., 72 Michigan p.m., Mercer K-12 School com- den Club, 6:30 p.m., Haines CABLE, Wis. – The Cable United Church of Christ will Ave., Montreal, Wis. 715-561- mons, Mercer, Wis. Civic Center, Mercer, Wis. 4450. host a sale of gently used items and freshly cut Christmas Ironwood Township Alcoholics Anonymous, 7 Union Station Food Alcoholics Anonymous, Board, 5:30 p.m., Township p.m., Episcopal Church of the trees on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pantry and Northern Food noon, Salem Lutheran Church, offices. Transfiguration, Ironwood. Bank, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Ironwood. area74.org. Wakefield City Council, area74.org. Proceeds will benefit the Cable Area Food Shelf and 252 E. Ayer St., Ironwood. The BRICK Ministries. Items will include Christmas dec- Iron County Mobile Food 5:30 p.m., City Hall. Government Alcoholics Anonymous, Pantry, noon-1:30 p.m., Iron Bessemer School Board, Gogebic Community Col- orations, linens, dishes, Christmas sweaters, books and 11 a.m., Salem Lutheran County Recycling-Iron County 6 p.m., A.D. Johnston High lege Board, 4:30 p.m., room more. Refreshments will be available. Church, Ironwood. area74.org. Forestry Parking Lot, 606-607 School library. B-22, Jacob Solin Business Community Pickleball For more information about the sale, call the church at 3rd Ave. North, Hurley. 715- Center, GCC. Paddlers, 2-5 p.m., Mercer 561-2695. Tuesday, Nov. 26 Iron County Board, 6 715-798-3066. School gymnasium. 715-776- Gamma Delta Chapter of p.m., courthouse, Hurley. 4588. ADK, 4 p.m., Luther L. Wright Pickleball, 10 a.m.-noon, Mercer Lioness Club recycles holiday lights Alcoholics Anonymous, 7 school, Room 110, Ironwood. Ironwood Memorial Building. Wednesday, Nov. 27 p.m., Salem Lutheran Church, Overeaters Anonymous, Gogebic County Veterans MERCER, Wis. – The Mercer Lioness Club will recycle Ironwood. area74.org. 5:30 p.m., All Saints Lutheran Service Officer, 9:30-11:30 Christian Men of the holiday stringed lights again this year. Collections bins Sunday, Nov. 24 Church, Wakefield. a.m., Ironwood Memorial Northland, 6:30 a.m., Uptown Alcoholics Anonymous, 6 Building. 906-667-1110. Cafe, Ironwood. will be set up at the Mercer School, the Mercer Public Breakfast For Your Brain, Recovery Walk ‘n Talk, 10 Alcoholics Anonymous, 1 p.m., Our Lady of Peace 10 a.m., Mercer, Wis., Com- a.m. to nooon, Iron Belle Trail- Library, the Mercer Town Hall, and Snow’s Family Market p.m., closed meeting, Salem Catholic Church, Ironwood. munity Center. 715-561-2695. head, Hurley. Talk with a recov- until Jan. 6. Lutheran Church, Ironwood. area74.org. Alcoholics Anonymous, ery coach. Call 715-660-0073. Mercer Health and Well- Harbortown AA, 7:30 p.m. All sizes of stringed holiday lights – new, used or non- EST, Ontonagon United working – will be accepted. The Lions will take them to ness Pickleball, 3-6 p.m., Mercer Community Center. Methodist Church basement, the Habitat for Humanity in Wausau, which will send Narcotics Anonymous, 7 next to Holiday gas station, them to a recycler and receive cash for them. The lights p.m., Wesley United Methodist Ontonagon. area74.org. 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Sophie Street, Bessemer, MI to solicit input and discuss the City of Bessemer plac- Normal Hours will resume Contact Lynn or Jake for Details ing weight restrictions on City roads during the Friday, November 29, 906-932-2211 spring break-up season. 9am-4pm James Trudgeon DAILY GLOBE Bessemer City Clerk/Treasurer l 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019 OPINION THE DAILY GLOBE • YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM Democrats hard on themselves DAILY GLOBE Another month, another Demo- have the courage to fight off the cratic presidential debate. It’s getting powerful interests. Or you’re not a to where one anticipates these drea- good Democrat. ... I’m thinking of Sue Mizell, Publisher ry, made-for-TV spectacles as one that joke she made about how a Larry Holcombe, Managing Editor looks forward to a root canal. male opponent of gay marriage Can’t they just cut the cards, or couldn’t get a wife or girlfriend.” play Spin the Bottle? Gene Warren wouldn’t have liked my But wait, is that a sexist or a Lyons rejoinder to that crack. But I’m not a racist joke? Is there an ethnic or gen- candidate, so let’s move on. Enough der category that finds gambling to say that a male politician who In Their Opinion jokes or kissing games offensive? lobbed a sexual insult at a woman Time for feds to let It’s at roughly this point in the voter on national TV wouldn’t be quadrennial proceedings that pundit He spoke of a “circular firing long for the Democratic Party. Michigan manage its law requires quoting the late Will squad.” Leave that stuff to Trump, the Rogers. “I am not a member of any Obama didn’t need to name any- GOP Adonis. organized political party,” the Okla- body. To me, his was an overdue Warren was soon at it again, sug- own wolf population homa sage quipped. “I am a Demo- rejoinder to Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s gesting that Joe Biden’s reservations crat.” putdown of Maryland Rep. John about her Medicare for All plan The evidence is clear – the gray wolf no longer Rogers was also a citizen of the Delaney’s reservations about her shows he’s “running in the wrong meets the definition of a threatened or endangered Cherokee Nation, and perhaps the sweeping “Medicare for All” propos- presidential primary.” species in Michigan. most popular public figure of his al, which has about as much chance Insulted, regular old Joe got a bit When wolves were first placed on the federal time. He staged a mock presidential of being enacted into law as I have of petulant, saying Warren exhibited an endangered species list in the 1970s, the recovery campaign in 1928 as the candidate winning the American League Cy “angry unyielding viewpoint” and plan put in place by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- of the Anti-Bunk Party. Rogers pro- Young Award. represented “an elitism that working- vice said delisting should not occur in Michigan until posed a joint debate “in any joint Warren asked why a trimmer like and middle-class people do not the combined population of wolves in Michigan and you name.” Delaney was even on the stage. “I share.” Indeed, polls do show that Wisconsin reached 100 for five consecutive years. Had he not died in a 1935 air- don’t understand why anybody goes 62% of Midwest swing state voters The wolf population in Michigan and Wisconsin plane crash, Will Rogers would be to all the trouble of running for pres- don’t trust a mandatory, one-size-fits- has far exceeded 100 for more than a decade now. In 140 today: even older than several ident of the United States just to talk all government health care plan. fact, the two-state population is now estimated to top leading Democratic candidates. about what we really can’t do and Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks it’s a 1,000. So yes, Democratic presidential shouldn’t fight for,” she said. “I don’t political time-bomb. People in the Upper Peninsula know all too well campaigns have always seemed get it.” But you can’t call a Democratic what it’s like to live with a thriving wolf population chaotic, maybe even more so back Granted, Delaney was a no-hope woman “angry” unless she’s actually in our backyards. Pet owners and livestock farmers then, when “Solid South” segrega- candidate who soon withdrew. Even biting your leg. Warren objected that from nearly every U.P. county have horror stories of tionists shared power with northern so, I found Warren’s jibe worthy of a “we are told that women are not dogs and cattle falling prey to wolves. big-city political machines. Some- high school student council election. allowed to be angry. It makes us As of Nov. 18, the Michigan Department of Natu- how, things worked out. The 1932 Bringing real-world politics into the unattractive to powerful men who ral Resources has recorded 17 livestock animals and candidate was Franklin Delano Roo- debate showed a lack of school spir- want us to be quiet.” eight dogs that have been killed or injured by wolves sevelt. it. So is this a presidential campaign in 2019. That said, recent bickering among What Warren supporters don’t or a geriatric singles bar? I get why people are inclined to protect wolves. leading Democrats threatens to get – caution, second baseball analo- Oddly, Warren next sent out an They’re beautiful and majestic creatures that had all devolve into a competition between gy coming – is that there’s no such email acknowledging that “I am but vanished from the landscape in the lower 48 small, smaller and smallest. Proba- thing as a seven-run home run. The angry and I own it.” Angry at states by the early 20th century. In 1973, just six bly that’s why former President thing is to keep putting runners on Trump’s America, that is, not Biden. wolves remained in the U.P. After nearly 50 years on Barack Obama spoke up, warning base and not make outs. Next her campaign rolled out a new the endangered species list, the U.P. population is that bitter arguments over ideology That’s one thing I like about Sen. gradual “transition” health care now healthy and stable, holding steady between 600 were turning off potential Democrat- Amy Klobuchar: She talks goals and plan scarcely distinguishable from and 700 wolves for several years now. ic voters. strategies, not abstract ideology. the “public option” proposals Their comeback story is truly remarkable – but “This is still a country that is less I thought Steve Waldman got Sen. favored by Biden, Klobuchar, Pete that’s not a good reason to keep them on the endan- revolutionary than it is interested in Warren exactly right in the Washing- Buttigieg and other Democratic mod- gered species list. Our wolf population has met all improvement. They like seeing ton Monthly. What tempts rivals to erates. A scheme that might imagin- the federal recovery goals for delisting. They must be things improved, but the average describe her as “angry” isn’t gender, ably pass. removed from the list to allow Michigan to start prop- American doesn’t think we have to but her habit of “questioning the Me, I just don’t get it. erly managing the population of this predator like we completely tear down the system MOTIVATIONS of those who dis- do other wildlife species. and remake it,” Obama said. “And I agree with her.” Gene Lyons is a National Magazine The gray wolf is an apex predator with no natural think it’s important for us not to lose “If you disagree with her,” Wald- Award winner. Email Lyons at eugene- enemies. Without management, its population could sight of that.” man writes, “it’s because you don’t [email protected] reach numbers that will be detrimental to other species. Going forward, Michigan is well prepared to man- Today in history age gray wolves in the best interest of residents. A sound management plan is already in place – devel- By The Associated Press oped with input from more than 20 agencies and Today’s Highlight in History organizations representing the diversity of interests On Nov. 23, 1963, Presi- in wolves – and reviewed periodically by the Michi- dent Lyndon B. Johnson pro- gan Wolf Management Advisory Council. Using the claimed Nov. 25 a day of national mourning following the plan and advice from the council, the Michigan assassination of President Department of Natural Resources can continue to John F. Kennedy. maintain a viable gray wolf population while allow- On this date ing for more flexibility when conflicts between In 1804, the 14th president wolves and other species arise. of the United States, Franklin Pierce (puhrs), was born in I recently sponsored a resolution that was adopt- Hillsboro, New Hampshire. ed by the Michigan House urging the U.S. Fish and In 1889, the first jukebox Wildlife Service to remove the gray wolf from the fed- made its debut in San Francis- eral endangered and threatened species list in Michi- co, at the Palais Royale Saloon. (The coin-operated gan. Copies of the resolution were transmitted to the device consisted of four listen- director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as well ing tubes attached to an Edi- as members of Michigan’s congressional delegation. I son phonograph.) hope they will give it careful consideration. In 1903, Enrico Caruso –Michigan state Rep. Greg Markkanen made his American debut at the Metropolitan Opera House bodan Milosevic (sloh-BOH’- worst massacres in Philippine Meijer store, and a bomb R-Hancock in New York, appearing in dahn mee-LOH’-shuh-vich) for history took place as gunmen squad was summoned, after a “Rigoletto.” genocide in Bosnia, linking him targeted an election campaign customer mistook a toy In 1936, Life, the photojour- for the first time in court to the convoy in southern Maguin- grenade for a real one. nalism magazine created by murders of thousands of non- danao province, killing 58 peo- Today’s Birthdays Henry R. Luce (loos), was first Serbs and the displacement of ple. Joe Mauer of the Minneso- Former Labor Secretary published. a quarter million people. (Milo- ta Twins became only the sec- William E. Brock is 89. Actor Thought for Today In 1971, the People’s sevic died in March 2006 while ond catcher in 33 years to win Franco Nero is 78. 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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) – from a respiratory infection her She emailed the minister, who putting the signs up was to on our faith in the larger commu- The faces of migrant children mother testified she contracted in responded immediately and pro- remind people this is a national nity,” said Joanne Foster, co-con- who have died in or as a result of the immigration detention facili- vided her with the templates for policy that violates interna- venor of South Church’s Social detention at the southern border ty. the signs, which South Church, a tional law. It’s also to remind Justice Associates. “Every once in span the front lawn of the city’s Designated as an unaccompa- Unitarian Universalist congrega- people that yes, we do have a a while, this issue gets high up in historic South Church. nied minor, 16-year-old Carlos tion, has since reproduced with detention facility -- the Strafford the public’s attention, and then it According to published Gregorio Hernandez Vasquez its own touches, including Unit- County jail -- right in our own dives down because there’s reports, Felipe Gomez Alonzo, 8, died alone in detention in May. ed Nations statements on asylum community.” another issue. We want to edu- died on Christmas Eve 2018 from He loved soccer and music, the and the text of the sonnet fea- The recent signs are a piece of cate on inhumane practices of influenza B. He’d lived in a one- bass and piano. His family called tured on the Statue of Liberty. South Church’s ongoing work our immigration system. Right room house in a rural farming him Goyito. “Given that there was so much around immigration and immi- now is the most extreme result of village in Guatemala. He loved to The signs were inspired by attention to children and deten- grant rights. This summer, the this, but it’s a fact.” read, count, play soccer, and ones already displayed by the tion and separation this summer, church hosted a forum featuring On a more daily basis, church sometimes, he accompanied his Old Cambridge Baptist Church in and then in the fall, it just seemed an array of panelists working on members work to support a father in the fields to plant corn Cambridge, Massachusetts. to completely disappear...,” the front lines of immigration, statewide bond fund, started by and beans. South Church member Janet Polasky said of the motivation and a candlelight vigil for those the New Hampshire Conference One-year-old Mariee Juarez Polasky happened to walk by behind the signs. “The issue is in held in detainment at the U.S.- United Church of Christ, to help crossed the border with her them along Massachusetts that the border seems so far away Mexico border. pay bonds for immigrants mother in March after fleeing vio- Avenue recently on her way to when people are here, and there “Immigrant justice has been detained at the Strafford County lence in Guatemala. Seventy days work on the book she’s writing are so many competing issues one of the themes we’re working jail in Dover, as well their phone after arriving in the U.S., she died about refugees and asylum. that are so urgent. So in part, on over the last two years to act call fees. LET US REPLENISH THE SEED OF FAITH THROUGH. . . Regular Church Attendance Angelo Luppino Inc. 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MICHIGAN after school. ironwoodwes- EWEN (ELCA). Rotating every third p.m. (Presbyterian). Sunday, 9:30 IRONWOOD leyumc.org. First Lutheran (ELCA). Sunday, 11 a.m. Part of New WHITE PINE a.m. Apostolic Lutheran. 326 Woodland Church (BGC). Rotating every third Sunday, 11 Evangelical Parish. 906-988- St. Jude Catholic. Sun- Episcopal. Saturday: Epis- W. Aurora. Sunday, 9:30 a.m. N10234 Curry St., Sunday a.m. Wednesday, children’s 2594. day: confessions, 5:30 p.m., copal Eucharist, 5 p.m. at Sunday School, 10 a.m. Bible Bible study, 9 a.m.; worship, 10 Bible school, 3:30. Part of New RAMSAY Mass, 6 p.m. Community Presbyterian Study, 10:45 a.m. worship, a.m.; fellowship to follow. 906- Evangelical Parish. 906-988- Cornerstone Christian. Community United Church, U.S. 51. Wednesday Bible Study, 7 p.m. 932-1102 or woodlandcc.org. 2594. Sunday worship, 9:30 a.m., Methodist. Sunday, worship, Our Lady Queen of Peace Assembly of God. 2100 E. Zion Lutheran (ELCA). Sacred Heart Catholic. children’s church, following 8:45 a.m., youth group, 5 p.m.; Catholic. Masses: Sunday, 8 Cloverland Drive. worship, 10 100 W. Midland. Saturday Mass 4 p.m. Saturday worship; Revelation (young Monday, Kids Club, after a.m., Wednesday, 5:15 p.m., a.m. praise worship, 5 p.m; Sun- United Methodist. Sunday adults), meets second and school. Thursday, 8:30 a.m., Saturday, First Presbyterian. 300 E. day services, second and worship, noon. Communion, fourth Sundays at 6 p..m. WISCONSIN 6 p.m. Aurora, Ironwood. Sunday fourth Sundays of the month, 9 first Sunday. Grace Open Fellowship. 9 HURLEY MELLEN worship, 9 a.m., fellowship to a.m. GREENLAND a.m., worship, 9:30 a.m.; First Presbyterian. Sun- Congregational United follow. BERGLAND United Methodist. Sunday Wednesday, Bible study, day, 9:30 a.m. worship, Sun- Church of Christ. Sunday, Immanuel Lutheran (Mis- Calvary Baptist (Funda- worship, 11:40 a.m. prayer meeting, 6:30 p.m. day school and nursery. 10:45 a.m. souri). Little Girl’s Point, Satur- mental). Sunday, 11 a.m.; Greenland Seventh-day ROCKLAND Havenwood Baptist. 501 Holy Rosary Catholic. day worship, 2 p.m. Wednesday prayer service, 7 Adventist. 31369 N. Firesteel. St. Mary’s Catholic. Satur- Copper St. Prayer, 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, 8 a.m.; Saturday, 8 Jehovah’s Witnesses. p.m. Saturday church service, 10 day: confessions, 5:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 10 a.m., ser- a.m.; Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.; Superior Street. Sunday public St. Ann Catholic. Sunday, a.m. Bible study, Saturday, Mass, 6 p.m. vices, 11 a.m., lunch and after- first Friday Mass, 6:30 p.m.; talk, 9:30 a.m., Watchtower Mass, 11 a.m. 11:15 a.m. St. Paul United Methodist. noon service following. first Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., study, 10:30 a.m. Trinity Lutheran (Mis- MARENISCO Sunday worship, 10:30 a.m. Range Community Bible. second through fifth Thursday, Lighthouse Faith Center. souri). Sunday, 9 a.m. Com- St. Catherine’s Catholic. TROUT CREEK Sunday school, 9 and 10:45 10:30 a.m., at Mellen Manor 930 Cloverland Drive; Sunday munion second and fourth Sunday Mass, 1 p.m. Assembly of God. Sunday a.m.; worship, 9 and 10:45 Nursing Home. Confessions, worship, 10 a.m.; Wednesday Sundays. MASS CITY worship, 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. a.m. Saturday following Mass. Bible study, 6:30 p.m. United Methodist. Sunday, St. Paul’s Lutheran. Sun- Trinity Lutheran (ELCA). St. Mary’s Catholic. Satur- Immanuel Lutheran (Mis- Living Water Missionary 11 a.m. Communion first Sun- day, 10:30 a.m. Weekly Com- Rotating every third Sunday, 11 day Mass, 4 p.m., Sunday souri). Sunday school 8:15 Assembly. 236 S. Mansfield. day. munion. a.m. Part of New Evangelical Mass, 7 and 11 a.m., Tuesday, a.m.; Bible study 8:30 a.m.; Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Sunday BESSEMER ONTONAGON Parish. 906-988-2594. 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, 8 a.m., regular service with Commu- school; 10:30 a.m. worship; Christ Community Assembly of God. Sunday United Presbyterian. Sun- Thursday, 8 a.m., Friday, 8 nion 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Bible Church of SDA. 507 E. school, 9:45 a.m., Sunday wor- day worship, 11 a.m.; commu- a.m. MERCER study; lwmissionary.org. Cinnabar. Saturday, 11 a.m., ship, 10:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.; nion, first Sunday of the month. St. Paul’s Lutheran (Wis- Community Church of Our Lady of Peace Sabbath school, 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday, youth group and WAINOLA consin). Sunday school, 9:45 Nazarene. Sunday, worship, Catholic. Marquette Street. Wednesday prayer meeting, adult Bible study, 6:30 p.m. Lutheran. Saturday, 5 p.m. a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. 10 a.m. Saturday confession, 11 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Holy Family Catholic. Communion, first and third Sat- KIMBALL Faith Lutheran (Missouri). to noon; Mass, 4 p.m.; Sunday Our Redeemer Lutheran Michigan Avenue and Pine urdays. Good Shepherd Commu- Sunday, worship, 9 a.m., Bible Mass, 8 and 11 a.m. (Missouri). Sanders Road. Street. Daily Masses: Monday, WAKEFIELD nity Apostolic Lutheran. Sun- study, 10:30 a.m. St. John Lutheran Sunday, worship, 10:30 a.m. 9 a.m.; Tuesday, 6 p.m.; All Saints Lutheran day worship 10:30 a.m., Sun- St. Isaac Jogues (ELCA). E5071 Airport Road, Communion first and third Sun- Wednesday, 9 a.m.; Thursday, (ELCA). Saturday worship, 5 day Bible study 10 a.m. Com- Catholic. Masses Sunday, 11 Ironwood Township. Service on day. 9 a.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.; Sunday, p.m.; Sunday worship, 10:30 munion first Sunday. a.m.; Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. fourth Sunday of the month at St. Sebastian Catholic. 9 a.m.; confessions, Saturday, a.m. LAC DU FLAMBEAU United Methodist. Sunday, 11 a.m. Saturday Mass, 4 p.m.; Sun- 11 a.m., and half an hour Calvary Baptist. Sunday Bible Baptist. Sunday, 10 9:30 a.m. St. Paul Lutheran (ELCA). day Mass, 8:30 a.m. before each Mass. school, 10 a.m., Sunday wor- a.m. Zion Lutheran (Wiscon- 111 S. Curry. Worship, 11 a.m., Sharon Lutheran (ELCA). Redeemer Free Lutheran. ship, 11 a.m.; afternoon ser- St. Anthony’s Catholic. sin). Sunday, 9 a.m., Bible followed by brunch. Sunday worship, 8:30 a.m. Sunday worship, 9 a.m., Sun- vice, 1:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Saturday Mass, 4 p.m.; Sun- class, 10:15 a.m. St. Simon Eastern Ortho- with fellowship following. day school, 10:30 a.m.; prayer and praise, 6 p.m. day Mass, 9:30 a.m. PRESQUE ISLE dox. 226 E. Harding. Sunday, BRUCE CROSSING Wednesday, Bible study, 7 Grace Baptist. 512 Sun- LAND O’LAKES Bethel Lutheran (Mis- liturgy, 10 a.m. 906-932-0674. Apostolic Lutheran. Sun- p.m. day Lake St. Sunday services, Hope Lutheran (Mis- souri). Sunday, 11 a.m. Salem Lutheran (ELCA). day School, noon, worship, 1 St. Paul Lutheran (Mis- 10 and 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. souri). 1764 U.S. 45, just north St. Rita’s Catholic. Satur- 333 E. Aurora St. Services first p.m. Communion second Sun- souri). Sunday worship, 10 Immaculate Conception of County B. Divine service, day, confessions, 3:30 p.m., and third Sundays of the day. a.m.; Wednesday, church Catholic. 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Sunday, p.m.; Sunday Mass, 9:30 a.m. day afternoon prayer, 5 p.m.; a.m.; Thursday, Bible study, 7 Wesley United Methodist. day worship, 11 a.m. 9 a.m., Contemporary worship, Watersmeet Bible Thursday table talk and Bible p.m. 500 E. McLeod. Sunday, adult Trinity Lutheran (Mis- 7 p.m. Church. Sunday worship, study 6:30 p.m. 715-547-3183. ——— Bible study, 9 a.m., service, 10 souri). M-28. Sunday worship, PAYNESVILLE 10:30 a.m.; men’s and ladies’ MANITOWISH WATERS To make changes in list- a.m.; Kids Club, Wednesday 9 a.m. Our Saviour Lutheran Bible study, Wednesday, 6 Community Church ings, call 906-932-2211. l THE DAILY GLOBE • YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM NATION/WORLD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019 7 Colombia president orders curfew in capital following unrest

BOGOTA, Colombia chaos.” rating plummet to 26 per- (AP) – Colombian Presi- The upheaval takes cent and endured a series dent Iván Duque ordered a place as Latin America is of embarrassing setbacks. curfew in the nation’s capi- experiencing a tide of dis- “Colombia is facing a tal Friday amid continuing content, with large demon- set of complex problems unrest following a massive strations in countries that are as difficult as any march a day before that including Chile, Bolivia in its recent history,” said brought tens of thousands and Ecuador where citi- Cynthia Arnson, a Colom- to the streets in a strong zens frustrated with their bia expert and director of message of rejection political leaders are taking the Latin America program against his conservative to the streets. at the Woodrow Wilson government. The protests defy easy International Center for The president said he categorization and it Scholars. “I think any polit- was invoking the rarely remains unclear if Colom- ical leader faced with this used measure to contain bia’s will persist. array of problems would ongoing clashes between In an attempt to quell have a difficult time.” police and demonstrators the anger, Duque also Defense Minister in the city of 7 million, announced that he will Guillermo Botero resigned shortly after police pushed open a “national conversa- in early November follow- back thick crowds of tion” throughout the coun- ing revelations that at least protesters banging pots try next week aimed at eight minors had been and pans in the storied finding medium and long- killed in a bombing that Plaza Bolivar. term solutions to deeply targeted a small band of “They kicked us out entrenched issues like dissidents. Duque himself with tear gas,” said Rogelio inequality and corruption. drew criticism after hold- Associated Press Martinez, 38, a construc- “The space for dialogue ing up photos at the U.N. POLICE ATTEND an anti-government protester affected by tear gas during clashes tion worker. “They didn’t exists,” he said. General Assembly that he in downtown Bogota, Colombia, Friday, Nov. 22, 2019. Labor unions and student want the people to show Colombia is grappling said were proof that the leaders called on Colombians to bang pots and pans Friday evening in another act their discontent.” with long-simmering ten- socialist government in of protest while authorities announced three people had died in overnight clashes The curfew comes one sions over issues like cor- neighboring Venezuela har- with police after demonstrations during a nationwide strike. day after an estimated ruption and inequality bors Colombian rebels — 250,000 people took to the while also struggling to only to find out later that at labor and pension reform, ties, 146 people have been cers. streets in one of the combat ongoing violence least one of the images was among the wide range of detained in during the two The names and cause of nation’s biggest marches in between illegal armed taken in Colombia. other issues that protesters days of unrest, at least 151 death of those killed were recent history. While the groups and to significantly Colombia’s economy are bringing to the table. police and military officers not released. protest started out peace- reduce record levels of coca has been growing at a At least one said he wel- injured, as well as 122 civil- Yann Basset, a professor ful, it ended with scattered crops. faster rate this year, but the come the announcement of ians, most of whom suf- at Bogota’s Rosario Univer- skirmishes between Duque was elected last nation still has one of the a national conversation. fered minor injuries and sity, said whether Duque’s protesters and police. year on a platform promis- highest levels of inequality “We think it’s very tear gas inhalation. call for dialogue is a suc- Three people were killed in ing to change key aspects in South America. Nearly good,” said Jorge Bedoya, Defense Minister Carlos cess will depend on what authorities described of a landmark 2016 peace 11% of Colombians are out president of an agricultural Holmes Trujillo said two whether it leads to genuine as violent looting incidents accord with leftist rebels of work — a figure that workers union that has individuals were killed in citizen participation, overnight. that polarized the country jumps to 17.5% for young been involved in the the port city of Buenaven- instead of becoming a mere “One thing is a peaceful and which protesters are adults. protest. “Now it depends tura after police were complaint box for the frus- expression through demanding he implement Protest organizers had on those who have been attacked while responding trated. protest,” Duque said. more forcefully. called on Duque Friday to convoked to define a trajec- to looting at a mall. A third “The question is “Another very different In the first 15 months of establish a dialogue with tory for the things worry- died in Candelaria after whether these measures thing is to take advantage his administration, Duque indigenous, student and ing all Colombians.” police said a group looting come in time to calm the of the protest to sow has watched his approval labor leaders to discuss According to authori- a supermarket shot at offi- people,” he said. Francis fulfills dream, goes Briefs Oklahoma grand jury John Mitchell, 40, engaged in sey’s truck and exchanged gun- to Japan as missionary pope indicts police officer on “imminently dangerous con- fire with her before the vehicle murder charge duct” when he fatally shot came to a stop. Godsey, 34, was TOKYO (AP) – Pope than any other pope by say- ty.” Micheal Ann Godsey on May found dead in the driver’s seat OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Francis will fulfill his ing that not only the use But Francis’ key aim is 20 in Blackwell, which is of the pickup truck. She was An Oklahoma City grand jury dream to be a missionary in but the mere possession of to tend to his tiny flock, about 90 miles north of Okla- the only person in the truck. has indicted a police lieutenant Japan when he arrives for a nuclear weapons is “to be which has grown exponen- homa City. Defense attorney Gary on a second-degree murder three-day visit with two condemned.” He’s expected tially more diverse in recent Police responded to reports James said Mitchell acted law- charge, alleging he wasn’t justi- main aims: to appeal for to issue a strong appeal for years. of gunfire coming from a white fully to stop a threat, The Okla- fied in firing about 60 shots at a nuclear disarmament and total nuclear disarmament Japan had long kept its pickup truck at various loca- homan reported. road-rage suspect. minister to a tiny Catholic Sunday, and will likely door closed to immigrants, tions in Blackwell. “It’s a sad day for law The grand jury concluded flock with a rich but bloody repeat that message when but the country last year According to the Oklahoma enforcement and society,” Thursday that Blackwell history. he meets with victims of the adopted a new policy to State Bureau of Investigation, James said, who described as a Police Department officer Francis travels Saturday 2011 Fukushima nuclear open up unskilled jobs to officers say they pursued God- “violent, fleeing felon.” from Thailand to another disaster on Monday – temporary foreign workers, Asian country where before he calls on Emperor a major revision to the Catholics are a minority – Naruhito or Prime Minister country’s policy to deal less than 0.5% of Japan’s Shinzo Abe. with its rapidly aging and 127 million people, most of “He is a super diplomat declining population. them loosely affiliated with who extends secular global Many of the newcomers Buddhism or Shinto, or messages that go beyond hail from the Philippines, both. religious messages,” said Vietnam and Brazil and are The community he will Kagefumi Ueno, former Catholic, rejuvenating local find has changed dramati- Japanese ambassador to churches which now offer cally in recent years with an the Holy See. “Those issues Masses in English, Tagalog, influx of foreign workers. are universally shared by Portuguese, Spanish and Today, these temporary the international communi- Vietnamese. workers make up more than half of Japan’s Catholic population of 440,000, according to the Archdiocese of Tokyo’s international center. Francis will minister to them at various points over Notice of Public Hearing the coming days, including in Nagasaki, which remains Bessemer City Council a center of Catholicism cen- Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing turies after St. Francis will be held by the Bessemer City Council on Xavier first brought Chris- Monday, December 16th, beginning at 6:00 tianity to the archipelago in 1549. P.M., 411 S. Sophie St., Bessemer, MI, City One of the highlights of Council Chambers. the trip will be Francis’ The purpose of the hearing is to hear comment prayer Sunday at the on Proposed Ordinance No. 373, An Ordi- memorial of the 26 Nagasa- nance Amending the Zoning Ordinance for ki Martyrs, who were cruci- Accessory Structures in R-2 and C-2 Districts. fied in 1597 at the start of This Ordinance is to give the planning com- the two-century wave of mission more flexibility to review site plans anti-Christian persecution for accessory structures (garages) that don’t by Japanese rulers. meet our existing standards. Francis will also greet descendants of the “Hidden Interested persons will have the opportunity to Christians,” who perse- be heard at the time and place in this notice. vered in their faith for gen- No hearsay or individual surveys will be ac- erations despite the threat cepted as testimony; only written or oral pres- of death and absence of entation will be acknowledged. Written priests. comments can be submitted to the City of Their courage helped Bessemer, 411 S Sophie, Bessemer, MI 49911, inspire a young Jesuit priest prior to the scheduled Public Hearing. Perti- named Jorge Mario Bergo- nent information is on file and available for lio to be a missionary in Japan. The future pope was public inspection in the Clerk’s office at City denied due to health issues. Hall during normal business hours. Francis’ Japanese agen- The City of Bessemer will, upon request, pro- da is somewhat upside vide appropriate aids and services leading to down compared to a usual effective communication for qualified persons papal trip, when meetings with disabilities to allow equal participation in with the head of state in the this meeting. Such aids may include qualified capital come first, followed sign language interpreters, documents in by other events out of town. Braille, and other ways of making information In Japan, Francis instead will head to Nagasaki and and communications accessible to people who Hiroshima first thing Sun- have speech, hearing, or vision impairments. day, visiting the sites of the We can also provide accommodation for those atomic bombings. It doesn’t with mobility issues. Please contact James appear an accident of the Trudgeon, Clerk at 906-663-0333 or itinerary. [email protected] 48 hours Francis has gone further prior to the meeting to get this set up. l 8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019 OUTDOORS THE DAILY GLOBE • YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM A mid-November night’s ice fishing dream Again, I must think outside of the box, I go with large suckers and fatheads and I will put two fatheads on each treble hook. I drive to Puckaway. I love it here, close to a year of my life has been spent over a dozen Mark summers at Stan’s Puckaway Walters Resort in Marquette. I get on the ice and talk to a fisherman; he has been fishing An Outdoorsman’s Journal for two days and not caught or seen a fish caught. Plus there is Hello friends, only two to three inches of ice. To the best of my knowledge I My vision of camping on the ice have never ice fished in Novem- vanishes as I do not want to die ber. There are two reasons with under the ice in a sleeping bag the main one being that general- on top of a cot. ly it has not been cold enough, I park my truck so I can view long enough to ice fish. The the lake and life is good. other one, which is pretty signifi- At dark, I have had no action. cant, is that I am always hunting At 9:30 p.m. a light starts blink- in November. ing on one of my tip ups, there This week, I was supposed to is two inches of ice underneath be duck hunting on the Missis- of me, I have a fish on. I catch sippi River, but water became ice the fish, it is a 19-inch walleye. and that trip was changed to ice Life is good. fishing on Green Lake County’s Just like that the same light Lake Puckaway. Nov. 14 and ice starts blinking, I catch and release a 14-inch walleye. fishing in south central Wiscon- Submitted photo sin, that’s unique. Big, slow period until 5:24 a.m. A RARE November ice fishing excursion ended with a few fish from Puckaway Lake in southern Wis- I miss a good fish at the hole. At consin’s Green Lake County. Thursday, Nov. 14 6:20 a.m., my stepson, Travis High 39, low 22 Dushek, who just bought a place It was killing me to not be in the area, stops to see how I am following morning. I am greeted beer here, I can see why. currently as busy as I could be duck hunting, but a guy has to doing. A light starts blinking. I at Millers Resort by Chad I set up on the ice with high without having my head move on. So, I stop in Montello catch a 21-inch walleye. Gilbertson who along with his hopes. Travis texts me that he is explode, but after 31 falls of “my at the Holiday Sport Shop for It becomes light out and I wife, Paula, own Millers and going to join me at dark, so busy season,” I am well-condi- bait. I love this place, but they have nothing happen as far as they are related to Sonny and much for going home at dark. I tioned to the fact that come mid- do not have shiners until the flags flying. I decide to pack up Elanor Miller. leave the ice at 10:30 p.m., get December my life will slow next day. My quarry is walleye and head to Millers Resort and My grandparents and their home at midnight with one more down. and gators, I am told I will not try fishing in that area. siblings and friends hung out at 19-inch walleye for my efforts. I love Puckaway, I love my find shiners until the bait truck My plan is to head home at this place back about 70 years As soon as I finish writing way of life! delivers. dark as I have another trip the ago. They liked to fish and drink this, I am having a fish fry. I am Sunset Deer season drives tradition, economic gains

LANSING – Hunters hunters contributing $8.9 ing time in nature. well as within the state, ing in that season. rent and future genera- across the state are partici- billion – about 80% – of According to TravelUSA and that travel in turn gen- Get more information tions. Learn more at Michi- pating in Michigan’s those critical dollars. research, leisure travel erates economic impact for about hunting opportuni- gan.gov/DNR. firearm deer season which “For many Michigan spending on hunting con- communities and business- ties in Michigan — includ- The Michigan Economic started, Nov. 15. Not only a hunters, there’s no more tinues to bring important es across Michigan.” ing season, license and reg- Development Corporation time-honored tradition important time of the year economic revenue to In 2018, Michigan saw ulation details and tips on is the state’s marketing arm shared across many gener- than the annual deer hunt- Michigan. Last year, travel- 75,470 new customers for safety and accessibility – at and lead advocate for busi- ations of Michiganders, ing season. It’s a treasured ers who participated in all hunting licenses com- Michigan.gov/Hunting. ness development, job this season also brings a outdoor tradition that hunting as an activity con- bined, and Michigan con- The Michigan Depart- awareness and community significant boost in state brings together family and tributed a direct spend of tinues to rank among the ment of Natural Resources development with the revenue. Of all hunters in friends, and, for many, more than $73 million in leading states for the num- is committed to the conser- focus on growing Michi- Michigan last year, over helps to put food on the the state. Those who partic- ber of paid hunting license vation, protection, manage- gan’s economy. For more 600,000 of them – better table. This hunting season ipated in hunting or fishing holders. Firearm deer sea- ment, use and enjoyment information on the MEDC than 90% – were deer also gives a sizable lift to had a direct spend of over son was the biggest draw, with of the state’s natural and and its initiatives, visit hunters. This year, approx- local economies across the $396 million. 483,341 hunters participat- cultural resources for cur- MichiganBusiness.org. imately half a million state,” said Daniel “Hunting provides the hunters are expected to Eichinger, director of the perfect opportunity to get take to the Michigan Michigan Department of out and experience Michi- woods for the firearm deer Natural Resources. “We gan’s vast natural resources season. wish every hunter this sea- while contributing to the A recent study released son a safe, enjoyable and tremendous quality of life by Michigan United Con- successful hunt.” found here in our state,” servation Clubs estimates A brief Pure Michigan said Jeff Mason, CEO of the that hunting and fishing in video captures the impor- Michigan Economic Devel- Michigan generate $11.2 tance of sharing the hunt- opment Corporation. “This billion a year, with the ing tradition and the time-honored tradition state’s nearly 700,000 restorative power of spend- drives travel to Michigan as

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) – Four games Michigan up 63-26. It was the first time into the Juwan Howard era, Michigan Michigan had a 60-point first half since already accomplished something the pro- playing HBU in 2013 when Beilein gram never did with 12 years of coach coached Michigan to the largest scoring John Beilein on the sidelines. mark for his tenure in a 107-53 win. Michigan scored the most points in "We came out and didn't compete," over two decades on Friday night, routing HBU Ron Cottrell said. " We got good Houston Baptist 111-68. looks, we weren't shooting confidently." Isaiah Livers scored 24 points, one of While HBU shot 36.6% from the field five Michigan players to set a career high, (26 of 71), the Wolverines made 43 of 77 as the Wolverines improved to 4-0. (55.8%). "I was just trying to cut, find open spots BIG PICTURE and get to them, because I know my point Houston Baptist: The Huskies are guard is going to look for me," Livers said. preparing for the Southland Conference "All you have to do is just cut and get open. schedule in a major way with road games He's going to find you." at Tulsa, Oral Roberts, Texas Tech, Michi- That guard, Zavier Simpson, scored 22 gan, Houston and Dayton to open the sea- points and had a career-high 14 assists. son. Simpson, who entered Friday at ninth in Michigan: Now it gets real for Howard the nation with 7.3 assists per game, had and the Wolverines, who are in a tough nine at the half. Bahamas bracket next week with No. 5 Also setting career marks in scoring North Carolina, No. 8 Gonzaga, No. 11 were sophomores Colin Castleton (14 Oregon and No. 13 Seton Hall in the field. points) and Adrien Nunez (eight). Fresh- RECORD NIGHT man Cole Bajema (five points) and junior It was the most Michigan points scored Rico Ozuna-Harrison (two) had their first since a 1998 rout of Indiana, when coach career baskets. Simpson was two points Brian Ellerbe's squad crushed coach shy of his career high. Bobby Knight's Hoosiers 112-64. "It's great to see guys come out and play, Howard was in his fourth year of a 19- we had a deep group," Howard said. "They year NBA career then. Castleton, who was deserved to play, it's that simple. born in 2000, said he never played on a "It's inspiring just to see how hard they team that scored 100 points. work in practice. I coach Rico, just like I SIMPSON'S SET-UPS coach (Simpson). There's no difference, Simpson's 14 assists tied a pair of Gary there's no drop-off. I don't treat anyone dif- Grant games in 1987 for second all-time in ferent." program history, one assist shy of Derrick Sophomore David DeJulius had 10 Walton Jr.'s mark set in 2017. points to tie his career best, which he set a MYLES AWAY week ago. Freshman Myles Pierre had a career Michigan will now be tested fully at the high 13 points for HBU after scoring 16 Battle 4 Atlantis in the Bahamas starting points combined in his first three college Wednesday for three games in three days, Associated Press games. Jalon Gates, who entered the night the team's first games away from the MICHIGAN FORWARD Colin Castleton (11) shoots over falling Houston Baptist leading the Southland Conference at 20.7 Crisler Center. guard Ian DuBose during the second half in Ann Arbor, Mich., Friday. Michigan won points per game, scored 15. "I'm looking for our group to be a com- 111-68. UP NEXT petitive group," Howard said. "It's beautiful well as that togetherness. It's a perfect On Friday, Michigan took a 26-4 lead Michigan: The Wolverines open Battle 4 when you go on the road. It really helps opportunity at a perfect time for us where and never looked back. Nunez beat the Atlantis play Wednesday against Iowa your team form that mental toughness as we can bond, get to know one another." halftime buzzer with a 3-pointer to put State. Pistons score 76 in first half, rout Hawks 128-103

DETROIT (AP) – Andre Drummond had 23 points and 15 rebounds, helping Detroit to a 128-103 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night that included the Pistons' high- est-scoring first half since 1983. Detroit led 76-57 at halftime, and the Pistons reached 100 points with over five min- utes remaining in the third quarter. Nine different Detroit players made at least one 3- pointer. Drummond wasn't one of them, but he scored his share of easy baskets inside as the Pistons snapped their five-game losing streak. Atlanta has dropped five straight, and the Hawks allowed at least 120 points for the eighth game in a row. The Pistons actually trailed 17-7 before going on a 20-0 run that gave them a double- digit lead of their own before the end of the first quarter. It was 33-23 after one, then Detroit overwhelmed the Hawks with a 43-point second quarter that ended when Thon Maker of the Pistons made a 3-pointer at the buzzer. It was the most points in the first half for the Pistons since they scored 77 on Dec. 2, 1983, also against the Hawks. Detroit led 107-84 after three and finished the game with seven players in double fig- ures. Blake Griffin scored 24 points and Bruce Brown added 14. Markieff Morris con- tributed 13 points. INJURIES Detroit is still without point guard Reggie Jackson (lumbar stress reaction), and Tony Snell (left hip strain) missed this game as well. Atlanta was missing rookie Cam Reddish (left wrist sprain), as well as Kevin Huerter (left rotator cuff strain) and John Collins (doping suspension). TIP-INS Hawks: De'Andre Hunter scored 18 points and Jabari Parker added 14. Pistons: Detroit had not scored 76 points in either half since the Pistons scored 76 in the second half against Washington on Feb. 7, 1995. ... Langston Galloway scored 12 points, giving him a career-best 11 consecutive games in double figures. UP NEXT Associated Press Hawks: Host the Toronto Raptors on Saturday night. DETROIT PISTONS guard Bruce Brown (6) drives on Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Pistons: Visit the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night. Young during the first half Friday in Detroit. Lots of familiarity between coaches when Packers visit 49ers

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) – When Green Bay coach there's been so much." Matt LaFleur started preparing to face San Francisco's GOOD JIMMY, BAD JIMMY stellar defense, he sent out a text message trying to get San Francisco quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo showed some inside information. off both sides of his game last week against Arizona. He "Hey, would you give me a call? I have a couple of ques- threw two interceptions, giving him 10 on the season. But tions about your defense," LaFleur said he messaged he also threw for a career-high 424 yards and four touch- 49ers coordinator Robert Saleh, his former roommate downs, including the go-ahead score in the final minute. when the two were graduate assistants at Central Michi- The ups and downs have been part of Garoppolo's game gan. all season, but he hasn't let the bad plays affect him. Saleh predictably didn't give up any secrets, although Garoppolo is 32 for 35 for 378 yards, two TDs, no inter- there should be few heading into Sunday night's game ceptions and a 130.7 passer rating on the drives following between the Packers (8-2) and 49ers (9-1) considering all his picks. the ties between the two coaching staffs. "That's just part of being a quarterback," he said. "In LaFleur considers Saleh one of his best friends, football, bad things are going to happen at some point. No worked under San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan in one's ever going to play a perfect game, so it's just how Houston, Washington and Cleveland, and has a brother, you react to those things." Mike, on the Niners staff. BEWARE OF BOSA Shanahan spent a year as offensive coordinator when Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has already seen Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine was head enough of the Bosa family after the Chargers' Joey Bosa coach in Cleveland, but said none of that will matter on had 1 1/2 sacks against Green Bay earlier this month. Sunday. Now he has to deal with the younger Bosa brother when "You don't really think about that much," he said. "It's he faces San Francisco's stellar rookie Nick, who has more fun that when you're going to hang out in the off- seven sacks already. season or see each other down in Indy; it's a little more "That's a really good football family right there," fun that night when you won the game so you can mess Rodgers said. "They're both super talented guys. Obvious- with the other a little bit more." ly, Nick is just getting going. But he's a force off the edge." LaFleur got his first NFL job as a quality control assis- RUN TO DAYLIGHT tant in Houston when Shanahan was offensive coordina- The Niners relied heavily on the running game early tor after a recommendation from Saleh. He then worked this season, averaging 181.1 yards per game through the as quarterbacks coach under Shanahan in Washington first seven contests for the second best mark in the league. Associated Press- and Atlanta and has taken many of the lessons he learned That aspect of the offense has gone missing the past three GREEN BAY Packers head coach Matt LaFleur watches during those stints into his first year as a head coach. weeks as San Francisco has been held to 74 yards per warm ups before a game against the Carolina Pan- "There's so many things that I learned from him," he game and ranks third worst in that span, averaging 2.88 thers, in Green Bay, Wis. When Green Bay coach said. "But I think just his detailed approach that he takes yards per carry. That has coincided with an injury to tight LaFleur started preparing to face San Francisco's stel- every day. He's a guy that has a great vision for what he end George Kittle, who is one of the better blockers in the lar defense, he sent out a text message trying to get wants to get done, how to use players, how to adapt and NFL. some inside information. LaFleur said he messaged put people in the right position. A lot of my football phi- "We're going to have to get better," right tackle Mike 49ers coordinator Robert Saleh, his former roommate losophy has been shaped by him, so it's hard to sit here McGlinchey said. "We will be better and it's going to start when the two were assistants at Central Michigan. and just say one thing that I've learned from him because this week against Green Bay." l 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019 SPORTS THE DAILY GLOBE • YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM Daily Globe Scoreboard GCC women beat Vermilion by 50 ELY, Minn. --- Gogebic scored 37 points in the third quarter to make Friday night’s Memphis 59.357 5½ GP WLOTPts GF GA 13 Seton Hall (3-1) 12 837 game a total blowout of Vermilion. All TimesNFL EST San Antonio 5 11 .313 6½ St. Louis 23 14 4533 70 62 14 Arizona (4-0) 19 644 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Northwest Division Colorado 22 13 7228 78 64 15 Utah State (4-0) 17 619 The Samsons won by 50, 88-38. East WLPct GB Dallas 23 13 8228 66 56 16 Memphis (3-1) 13 574 WLTPct PF PA Denver 10 3 .769 — Winnipeg 23 13 9127 64 70 17 Villanova (2-1) 10 560 It was 36-17 GCC at the half. They scored more points in the third quarter than they New England 910.900 287 108 Utah 95.643 1½ Chicago 22 99422 65 67 18 Xavier (4-0) 21 463 did in the first half and took a 73-27 lead into the fourth quarter. Buffalo 730.700 211 170 Minnesota 87.533 3 Nashville 21 99321 74 74 19 Auburn (4-0) 22 420 N.Y. Jets 370.300 164 255 Oklahoma City 5 10 .333 6 Minnesota 22 9 11 2 20 60 72 20 Tennessee (3-0) 402 The Samsons had nine players compared to just five for Vermilion and most of Ver- Miami 280.200 139 305 Portland 5 11 .313 6½ Pacific Division 21 Virginia Common. (4-0) 365 milion’s 42 turnovers came in the second half as they wore down. South Pacific Division GP WLOTPts GF GA 22 Texas (4-0) 238 WLTPct PF PA WLPct GB Edmonton 24 14 7331 77 68 23 Colorado (2-0) 25 208 “The girls really came out committed to pressuring the ball and part of that was just Houston 740.636 265 249 L.A. Lakers 13 2 .867 — Arizona 23 13 8228 65 52 24 Baylor (2-1) 24 179 them running out of gas,” GCC coach Mark Movrich said. Indianapolis 650.545 244 226 L.A. Clippers 10 5 .667 3 23 11 8426 76 68 25 Washington (2-1) 20 150 Tennessee 550.500 203 197 Phoenix 77.500 5½ Vegas 24 11 9426 73 69 Others receiving votes: Airiana White led Gogebic with 20 points. Kai’Terra Ross had 16, Samaiya Buchanan Jacksonville 460.400 189 222 Sacramento 68.429 6½ San Jose 23 11 11 1 23 67 79 Florida State 91, Florida 67, LSU North Golden State 3 13 .188 10½ Anaheim 23 10 10 3 23 63 69 61, Saint Mary's 55, Evansville 43, 11 and Haley Grover 10. WLTPct PF PA Thursday's Games Calgary 25 10 12 3 23 62 78 Oklahoma 29, Vermont 11, Michi- GCC plays Rainy River in Ely this morning at 10 in what Movrich expects to be more Baltimore 820.800 341 196 Milwaukee 137, Portland 129 Los Angeles22 9 12 1 19 58 76 gan 11, Marquette 11, Purdue 11, Pittsburgh 550.500 200 202 New Orleans 124, Phoenix 121 NOTE: Two points for a win, one Butler 10, Mississippi State 9, Vir- of a test. Cleveland 460.400 192 228 Friday's Games point for overtime loss. Top three ginia Tech 7, West Virginia 6, Provi- GCC --- Madelyn Wiggins 9, Rylee Nicoletti 4, Ilena Garrett 8, Samaiya Buchanan 11, Cincinnati 0 10 0 .000 147 276 Detroit 128, Atlanta 103 teams in each division and two wild dence 5, Wisconsin 5, Liberty 4, West Washington 125, Charlotte 118 cards per conference advance to Arkansas 3, Missouri 2, Connecticut Haley Grover 10, Kai’Terra Ross 16, Poy Jacob 2, Airiana White 20, Aiyana Nickel 8. FTs: WLTPct PF PA Brooklyn 116, Sacramento 97 playoffs. 2, USC 2, New Mexico 2, San Diego 6-13. Fouls: 13. Fouled out: None. 3-pointers: White 4, Buchanan 1, Wiggins 1. Kansas City 740.636 308 256 L.A. Lakers 130, Okl City 127 Thursday's Games State 2, Dayton 1 Oakland 640.600 225 250 Miami 116, Chicago 108 Boston 3, Buffalo 2 Vermilion --- Shawna Butler 15, Keena Alik 7, Alexis Hughes 4, Lauren Huchel 5, Terri L.A. Chargers470.364 224 218 Philadelphia 115,SanAntonio 104 Columbus 5, Detroit 4 -Houston Baptist- Dallas 143, Cleveland 101 N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3, OT Sutton 7. FTs: 6-14. Fouls: 10. Fouled out: None. 3-pointers: None. Denver 370.300 172 197 MICHIGANMichigan 111, HOUSTON Box BAP- Boston at Denver, late. Philadelphia 5, Carolina 3 GCC 23 36 73 88 NATIONAL CONFERENCE TIST 68 Golden State at Utah, late. Florida 5, Anaheim 4, OT Vermilion 7 17 27 38 East HOUSTON BAPTIST (0-4) W LTPct PF PA Houston at L.A. Clippers, late. Vancouver 6, Nashville 3 Gomes 3-6 0-0 6, Gates 5-13 2-3 Dallas 640.600 286 197 Saturday's Games St. Louis 5, Calgary 0 15, DuBose 6-17 1-4 16, Pierre 5-11 Philadelphia 550.500 234 230 Phoenix at Minnesota, 5 p.m. Minnesota 3, Colorado 2 2-2 13, Dalton 0-4 0-0 0, McKenzie N.Y. Giants 280.200 203 289 Chicago at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Tampa Bay 4, Chicago 2 0-1 0-0 0, Stent 1-3 0-0 3, Uloko 2-3 GCC men fall at Vermilion Washington 190.100 125 253 Orlando at Indiana, 7 p.m. Dallas 5, Winnipeg 3 0-0 4, Jones 1-1 0-0 2, Iyeyemi 0-1 South Miami at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Toronto 3, Arizona 1 2-2 2, Murphy 2-7 1-2 5, Charles 0- ELY, Minn. --- Vermilion pulled away in the second half to defeat the GCC men 84-71 W LTPct PF PA San Antonio at New York, 7:30 San Jose 2, Vegas 1, OT 1 0-0 0, Thomasson 1-3 0-0 2. New Orleans 820.800 238 199 Toronto at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles 5, Edmonton 1 Totals 26-71 8-13 68. Friday night. L.A. Lakers at Memphis, 8 p.m. Carolina 550.500 228 257 Friday's Games MICHIGAN (4-0) Atlanta 370.300 220 262 Portland at Cleveland, 8 p.m. Pittsburgh 4, New Jersey 1 Livers 9-10 2-2 24, Teske 1-3 1-2 The game was tied at 39-39 in the first half, but Vermilion outscored GCC 45-32 in Tampa Bay 370.300 277 313 Detroit at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Ottawa, late. 3, Nunez 3-11 0-0 8, Brooks 4-12 0- the second half to keep the Samsons winless. North New Orleans at Utah, 9 p.m. Saturday's Games 0 9, Simpson 8-10 3-4 22, Davis 2-3 W LTPct PF PA Sunday's Games Vancouver at Washington, 12:30 0-0 4, Johns 2-3 1-2 5, Baird 1-2 0- “We’re just not good enough to win, bottom line,” GCC coach Dennis Mackey said. Green Bay 820.800 250 205 Dallas at Houston, 3:30 p.m. Calgary at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. 0 3, Castleton 6-7 2-3 14, Faulds 0- “We made some mental errors throughout the game that seemed to always hurt us in the Minnesota 830.727 289 205 Brooklyn at New York, 6 p.m. Arizona at Los Angeles, 4 p.m. 1 2-2 2, Bajema 2-3 0-0 5, DeJulius Chicago 460.400 169 174 Sacramento at Washington, 6 Anaheim at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. 4-9 0-1 10, Ozuna-Harrison 1-1 0-0 worst way.” Detroit 361.350 244 272 Phoenix at Denver, 8 p.m. Columbus at Winnipeg, 7 p.m. 2, Wilson 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 43-77 11- Raquentez Woodley led GCC with 26 points and Mitch Borseth scored 20. West New Orleans at L.A. Clippers, 9 Detroit at New Jersey, 7 p.m. 16 111. W LTPct PF PA Monday's Games N.Y. Rangers at Montreal, 7 p.m. Halftime_Michigan 63-26. 3-Point Curtis Bell had 38 points and 15 boards to lead Vermilion. He was 13 of 15 at the line San Francisco910.900 295 155 Brooklyn at Cleveland, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Boston, 7 p.m. Goals_Houston Baptist 8-23 Seattle 820.800 275 254 Memphis at Indiana, 7 p.m. Florida at Carolina, 7 p.m. (DuBose 3-5, Gates 3-8, Stent 1-3, and 12 of 21 from the floor. L.A. Rams 640.600 243 198 Orlando at Detroit, 7 p.m. Toronto at Colorado, 7 p.m. Pierre 1-4, Gomes 0-1, Charles 0-1, GCC (0-5) plays Rainy River at noon at Ely today. Arizona 371.318 248 317 Charlotte at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Nashville at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Thomasson 0-1), Michigan 14-29 Thursday's Games Minnesota at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Dallas, 8 p.m. (Livers 4-5, Simpson 3-4, DeJulius GCC --- Jared Janczak 3, Emmanuel Ige 1, Luke Miller 3, Raquentez Woodley 26, Houston 20, Indianapolis 17 Philadelphia at Toronto, 7:30 Edmonton at Vegas, 10 p.m. 2-4, Nunez 2-10, Brooks 1-2, Baje- Mitch Borseth 20, Jalin Pitts 7, Dachau Lyle 7, Steven Nelson 4. FTs: 15-23. Fouls: 17. Sunday's Games Sacramento at Boston, 7:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at San Jose, 10:30 ma 1-2, Baird 1-2). Fouled Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Portland at Chicago, 8 p.m. Sunday's Games Out_None. Rebounds_Houston Fouled out: none. 3-pointers: Boseth 3, Woodley 1, Miller 1, Janczak 1. Miami at Cleveland, 1 p.m. Utah at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. Buffalo at Florida, 5 p.m. Baptist 32 (DuBose 7), Michigan 42 Vermilion --- Kengi Bryant 2, TaRay Graves 5, Terrence Ballom 1, Markeith Blanken- Seattle at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 8:30 Carolina at Detroit, 7 p.m. (Teske 12). Assists_Houston Baptist N.Y. Giants at Chicago, 1 p.m. Oklahoma City at Golden State, . Edmonton at Arizona, 8 p.m. 6 (DuBose, Dalton 2), Michigan 29 ship 11, Devarius Davis 9, Devonne Tramble 16, Austin Funk 2, Curtis Bell 38. FTs: 16- Monday's Games Carolina at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Hawks-Pistons, Box (Simpson 14). Total Fouls_Houston 23. Fouls: 12. Fouled out: None. 3-pointers: Tramble 2, Graves 1, Davis 1, Bell 1, Blak- Denver at Buffalo, 1 p.m. ATLANTA (103) Buffalo at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. Baptist 17, Michigan 12. A_12,707 Detroit at Washington, 1 p.m. Hunter 7-17 3-3 18, Parker 5-10 Ottawa at Columbus, 7 p.m. (12,707). enship 1. Oakland at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m. 3-3 14, Jones 3-3 7-7 13, Young 3- Vancouver at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. GCC 39 71 12 2-2 9, Bembry 9-13 0-0 22, Par- Calgary at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. TransactionsBASEBALL Vermilion 39 84 Jacksonville at Tennessee, 4:05 sons 3-7 0-0 8, Fernando 0-1 0-0 0, Minnesota at N.Y. Rangers, 7 St. Louis at Nashville, 8 p.m. CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Dallas at New England, 4:25 p.m. Len 5-7 2-2 12, Wallace 1-4 0-0 2, Agreed to terms with 1B José Abreu Green Bay at San Francisco, Turner 0-1 0-0 0, Carter 1-6 0-0 3, Vegas at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Anaheim, 10 on a three-year contract. 8:20 Crabbe 1-7 0-0 2. Totals 38-88 17- CHICAGO CUBS — Named Open: Arizona, Minnesota, 17 103. San Jose at Los Angeles, 10:30 No. 14 Wisconsin seeks 14th Casey Jacobson coordinator of Kansas City, L.A. Chargers DETROIT (128) pitching development, Doug Wiley Monday's Games Galloway 4-9 0-0 12, Griffin 9-16 AP TOP 25 COL- LEGE FOOTBALL pitching coach Mesa (rookie), Travis Baltimore at L.A. Rams, 8:15 p.m. 4-4 24, Drummond 10-16 3-4 23, Fitta hitting and baseball develop- Thursday, Nov. 28 Brown 6-7 0-0 14, Kennard 4-11 0-0 POLL RANK TEAM PVRANK POINTS ment coach Eugene (NW), Rachek straight victory over Purdue Chicago at Detroit, 12:30 p.m. 9, Morris 4-5 3-4 13, Maker 2-3 1-6 1 LSU (10-0) 1 1,542 Folden hitting lab tech coach Mesa Buffalo at Dallas, 4:30 p.m. 6, Wood 4-4 2-2 11, Rose 4-6 0-0 2 Ohio State (10-0) 2 1,478 (rookie), Steven Pollakow Domini- New Orleans at Atlanta, 8:20 p.m. 11, Frazier 0-0 0-0 0, Mykhailiuk 2-5 3 Clemson (11-0) 3 1,442 can hitting analytics coordinator, MADISON, Wis. (AP) – behind the Golden yards on five catches Sunday, Dec. 1 0-0 5. Totals 49-82 13-20 128. 4 Georgia (9-1) 5 1,343 Dan Puente hitting coach for South Tampa Bay at Jacksonville, 1 Atlanta 23 34 27 19 — 103 5 Alabama (9-1) 4 1,263 Bend (MW), Will Remillard hitting Wisconsin has absolutely Gophers and will play against the Boilermakers Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Detroit 33 43 31 21 — 128 6 Oregon (9-1) 6 1,243 and baseball development for Ten- Green Bay at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m. 3-Point Goals_Atlanta 10-37 7 Utah (9-1) 8 1,155 nessee (SL) and Will Skett hitting dominated Purdue of late. them next week. last season. 13 Wisconsin N.Y. Jets at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (Bembry 4-5, Parsons 2-5, Parker 1- 8 Oklahoma (9-1) 10 1,144 and baseball development for Myrtle The Badgers have won "If we continue doing seniors who will be hon- Tennessee at Indianapolis, 1 4, Hunter 1-5, Carter 1-5, Young 1- 9 Penn State (9-1) 9 1,030 Beach (Sally). Washington at Carolina, 1 p.m. 7, Wallace 0-1, Crabbe 0-5), Detroit 10 Florida (9-2) 11 984 MIAMI MARLINS — Named Hadi 13 consecutive games things right, then we'll be ored on Saturday. This San Francisco at Baltimore, 1 17-34 (Galloway 4-7, Rose 3-4, 11 Minnesota (9-1) 7 902 Reed director, professional scout- against the Boilermakers, right back and where we Badgers' senior class has Philadelphia at Miami, 1 p.m. Brown 2-2, Morris 2-3, Griffin 2-7, 12 Michigan (8-2) 14 829 ing; Bill Masse special assignment L.A. Rams at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. Maker 1-1, Wood 1-1, Mykhailiuk 1- 13 Baylor (9-1) 12 787 scout; Shaeffer Hall, James Vilade including six straight at want to be at the end of the posted a 40-11 record and L.A. Chargers at Denver, 4:25 2, Kennard 1-6, Drummond 0-1). 14 Wisconsin (8-2) 15 746 and J.T. Zink amateur area scouts; Camp Randall Stadium. A year," said Taylor, who has won three bowl games. Oakland at Kansas City, 4:25 Fouled Out_None. 15 Notre Dame (8-2)16 676 Clifford Nuitter Venezuela adminis- New England at Houston, 8:20 Rebounds_Atlanta 34 (Young 6), 16 Auburn (7-3) 13 623 tration coordinator; and Sahir Fer- year ago, Wisconsin need- averaged 270 yards in his DIFFERENT SCRIPT Monday, Dec. 2 Detroit 42 (Drummond 15). 17 Cincinnati (9-1) 17 536 sobe Santo Domingo area scout. Minnesota at Seattle, 8:15 p.m. Assists_Atlanta 26 (Young 8), 18 Memphis (9-1) 18 520 NEW YORK METS — Released ed three overtimes to eke previous two games against Brohm sees a common Detroit 30 (Kennard 9). Total 19 Iowa (7-3) 23 493 RHP Drew Gagnon. NBA Fouls_Atlanta 18, Detroit 17. Tech- out a victory at Purdue. the Boilermakers. "So we've denominator among the All Times EST 20 Boise State (9-1) 19 379 FOOTBALL EASTERN CONFERENCE nicals_Detroit coach Pistons (Defen- 21 SMU (9-1) 20 328 CLEVELAND BROWNS — "People don't know, got to make sure we contin- offenses that have given Atlantic Division sive three second). A_15,399 22 Oklah State (7-3) 25 200 Signed DT Brandin Bryant and DE we've been having battles ue to do what we did (last the Badgers trouble – a WLPct GB (20,491). 23 Appalachian State (9-1) 154 Porter Gustin from the practice Boston 11 3 .786 — NHL 24 Texas A&M (7-3) 132 squad. with Purdue," senior week) against Nebraska, mobile quarterback. As Toronto 10 4 .714 1 All Times EST 25 Virginia Tech (7-3) 61 DENVER BRONCOS — Promot- linebacker Chris Orr said. stay focused and just focus much as Brohm appreci- Philadelphia 10 5 .667 1½ EASTERN CONFERENCE Others receiving votes: ed LB Ahmad Gooden to their active Brooklyn 78.467 4½ Atlantic Division Indiana 47, Iowa State 31, Vir- roster. Waived TE Orson Charles. "People that might be look- on Purdue this week." ates what O'Connell has New York 4 11 .267 7½ GP WLOTPts GF GA ginia 23, Navy 13, Air Force 12, HOCKEY Southeast Division Boston 22 14 3533 78 56 Pittsburgh 9, San Diego State 7, BUFFALO SABRES — Placed D ing past this, this is not a THE STREAK done in his first two college W L Pct GB Florida 22 12 5529 84 80 USC 6, Washington 6, Texas 4, Illi- John Gilmour on waivers. game like that. We've been Boilermakers coach Jeff games, he realizes that's Miami 11 3 .786 — Montreal 22 11 6527 75 69 nois 1 DETROIT RED WINGS — Acti- Orlando 68.429 5 Toronto 24 10 10 4 24 76 82 vated RW Givani Smith from injured battling with them. We Brohm has led Purdue to not one of O'Connell's Washington 58.385 5½ Buffalo 22 10 9323 62 66 AP TOP 25 COL- reserve and assigned him to Grand went to triple overtime last bowl games in each of his strengths. Charlotte 6 10 .375 6 Tampa Bay 19 10 7222 69 64 LEGE BASKETBALL Rapids (AHL). Atlanta 4 11 .267 7½ Ottawa 22 10 11 1 21 61 70 POLL LOS ANGELES KINGS — year, (20)17 came down to first two seasons at the "Pretty much when Central Division Detroit 24 7 14 3 17 58 91 RANK TEAM PV RANK POINTS Assigned F Matt Luff to Ontario the wire. I mean, they're a school. He also made post- you've had a running quar- W L Pct GB Metropolitan Division 1 Duke (4-0) 2 1,608 (AHL). Milwaukee 12 3 .800 — GP WLOTPts GF GA 2 Louisville (4-0) 4 1,501 NASHVILLE PREDATORS — really good football team." season trips in each of his terback, you spread the Indiana 86.571 3½ Washington 24 16 4436 90 73 3 Mich. State (2-1) 3 1,496 Reassigned D Steven Santini to Mil- Detroit 5 10 .333 7 N.Y. Islanders2016 3133 67 49 4 Kansas (2-1) 5 1,389 waukee (AHL). Wisconsin's Jonathan three seasons as Western field, that's what's hurt Chicago 5 11 .313 7½ Pittsburgh 23 12 7428 78 60 5 North Carolina (3-0) 6 1,262 WASHINGTON CAPITALS — Taylor ran for a career-high Kentucky's head coach. them," Brohm said. "I don't Cleveland 4 11 .267 8 Carolina 22 13 8127 77 66 6 Maryland (3-0) 7 1,240 Recalled D Christian Djoos from WESTERN CONFERENCE Philadelphia22 11 7426 68 68 7 Virginia (3-0) 9 1,232 Hershey (AHL). Reassigned D Tyler 321 yards on 33 carries in And after it looked like the know if that's what we can Southwest Division Columbus 21 98422 55 69 8 Gonzaga (4-0) 8 1,227 Lewington to Hershey. last year's meeting. His Boilermakers season was do at this point, but that is WLPct GB N.Y. Rangers19 98220 64 67 9 Kentucky (2-1) 1 1,110 COLLEGE Houston 11 4 .733 — New Jersey 21 7 10 4 18 52 78 10 Ohio State (3-0) 16 1,006 MISSISSIPPI — Removed the final carry of the day was a doomed three weeks ago, what's hurt them." Dallas 10 5 .667 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE 11 Oregon (4-0) 14 998 interim tag from athletic director 17-yard run that gave the they've rallied to win back- COAN HE DO IT New Orleans 69.400 5 Central Division 12 Texas Tech (3-0) 11 947 Keith Carter. Badgers a 47-44 win. to-back games behind their AGAIN? "That was my first over- third starting quarterback Wisconsin quarterback time game," said Taylor, this season, Aidan O'Con- Jack Coan earned his first Michigan looking to continue who scored three touch- nell, who made the team as career victory against Pur- downs in the victory. "And a walk-on in 2017. due last season after throw- dominance over Hoosiers it went into triple overtime. "He's done a very good ing for 160 yards and two So I'm like, 'What are the job for us," Brohm said. touchdowns. chances my first overtime "For someone to just kind "It definitely helped my ANN ARBOR, MI.(AP)---No. 12 Michi- was named the conference's co-offensive game goes into triple over- of come in, learn the confidence out," Coan said. gan (8-2, 5-2 Big Ten, No. 13 CFP) at Indi- player of the week after throwing for 384 time?' But it was actually offense, sit behind people, "It was the first win of my ana (7-3, 4-3), Saturday at 3:30 p.m. EST yards and four touchdowns in last week's really fun. ... Those guys continue to study, still college career so it definite- (ESPN). victory over rival Michigan State. He's made tremendous plays." grasp the principles and ly was really exciting for Line: Michigan by 9 1/2. thrown seven touchdowns and no inter- Taylor and the 14th- things we're doing, takes me. It was just such a fun Series record: Michigan leads 58-9. ceptions in the last three weeks, all wins, ranked Badgers (8-2, 5-2 some reps along the way. I game to be a part of, multi- WHAT'S AT STAKE? and needs to continue playing well for the Big Ten, No. 12 CFP) look think when he's had an ple overtimes and just bat- The Wolverines were eliminated from Wolverines to maintain their momentum. to secure their 14th opportunity he's done a tling with the guys. It was a the Big Ten East title chase last weekend Indiana: Wide receivers Nick West- straight win over the Boil- very good job." lot of fun." but there's still plenty at stake. Michigan brook, Donovan Hale and Ty Fryfogle ermakers (4-6, 3-4 Big Ten) THE OTHER TAYLOR The 6-foot-3 junior has has won three straight, six of seven and must play well enough to give Ramsey on Saturday in their final Wisconsin wide receiver completed 72.2% of his seems to be playing its best football with options to pull off the upset – if Philyor's home game of the season, A.J. Taylor scored his 10th passes this season, which rival No. 2 Ohio State up next. Two more undisclosed injury keeps him on the side- while also keeping pace career receiving touch- ranks fourth nationally wins could get the Wolverines a ticket to a line. with No. 11 Minnesota (9- down on a career-long 55- among players with at least New Years' Day game. Indiana is trying to FACTS & FIGURES 1, 6-1, No. 10 in CFP) in the yard reception last week at 200 attempts, and has add another milestone to this season's Michigan has won 23 consecutive Big Ten West standings. Nebraska. The 5-foot-11 thrown 13 touchdowns resume by ending a 16-game losing streak games in the series and 38 of the last 39. Wisconsin is a game senior had a team-high 89 against 3 interceptions. against Top 25 foes. A win also could help ... Indiana took the Wolverines to overtime the Hoosiers make their case for a January and double overtime the last two times bowl game. Michigan visited Bloomington. ... The Michigan State needs to beat KEY MATCHUP Wolverines defense has allowed 228 yards Peyton Ramsey vs. Michigan's pass and 11.4 points per game in the last seven defense. Ramsey has played well in place contests. ... The Hoosiers have held four Rutgers for postseason hopes of the oft-injured Michael Penix Jr. His opponents to three or fewer points and pass efficiency rating (157.3) is third in have scored 30 or more eight times this PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) – If Michigan straight in 2016. the Big Ten. But his worst game of the sea- season, one short of the single-season State wants to go to a bowl, it is going to "We've got to win both to be able to son came against the Buckeyes, the school record. ... Ramsey leads the Big Ten have to win its final two regular-season make a bowl game. ... We've got to start by league's top-rated pass defense. Michigan in completion percentage (72.7) and is the games. going 1-0 against Rutgers," quarterback is No. 3, and Ramsey also may be without Hoosiers career leader in completion per- It looks easy enough on paper: A game Brian Lewerke said. his top receiver, Whop Philyor. centage (67.4). ... Hoosiers running backs at Rutgers (2-8, 0-7 Big Ten) on Saturday The Scarlet Knights would seem to be PLAYERS TO WATCH coach Mike Hart still is the Wolverines and then at home against Maryland (3-7, an easy target. They have lost 19 straight Michigan: Quarterback Shea Patterson career rushing leader (5,040 yards). 1-6) next weekend. Big Ten games and have only won three "To me, it's always a bit about what are games the past two seasons (3-19). we going to do next," said Spartans coach However, Rutgers has played tough Mark Dantonio, who made clear this week against Michigan State. The Spartans Stafford, several others out he intends to coach again next year as his needed a late 22-yard touchdown run by program struggles to stay among the Big Cody White to win 14-10 last season. Ten's better teams. "Two crucial games "I think they're a talented, physical for Lions vs. Washington coming up. When you look at what we've team," said Rutgers interim head coach done in the past 12 years after the Michi- Nunzio Campanile, who replaced Chris DETROIT (AP) – The Detroit Lions have ruled out quarterback Matthew Stafford for gan game, win or lose, big game with suc- Ash in late September. "They obviously a third straight game and will also be without several other players this weekend at cess or a game where we didn't have the played a really tough schedule. It's hard to Washington. success, we're a 10-2 football team. We win games in this league. They beat Indi- Stafford is out with back and hip problems, putting Jeff Driskel in the lineup at quar- have to look at that and build on that as we ana, who is a really good team. They went terback. Detroit has also ruled out cornerback Jamal Agnew (ankle), defensive end Trey go forward. That's exactly what we'll do." right down to the wire there with Illinois. Flowers (concussion), defensive lineman Da'Shawn Hand (ankle), offensive lineman The problem for Dantonio is his team is I think they're a pretty talented football Frank Ragnow (concussion) and defensive back Tracy Walker (knee). struggling and battling injuries. The Spar- team. Really hopefully we've made enough The Lions have lost three in a row and six of their last seven. Washington has lost four tans (4-6, 2-5) are riding a five-game losing growth to be competitive and play hard in a row. streak, their longest since dropping seven and well." l THE DAILY GLOBE • YOURDAILYGLOBE.COM COMICS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019 11 HERMAN SPEED BUMP Reeling from gambling expenses Dear Annie: Since 2013, my mother has inherited $475,000, which she has cast into a bonfire of casino losses, church donations, failed business investments and undisclosed other ventures. My late father and I advised her to pay off the home mortgage, and we were strongly Dear rebuffed. Annie Fast-forward to 2019, at 82 she is pen- niless; she has a mortgage far in excess of the home value. Additionally, she has run always the one pulled into situations that up over $25,000 in credit card debt. (I require a cash outlay. – Frustrated paid for bankruptcy attornies, but she Dear Frustrated: You have no financial failed to use them.) She has absolutely obligation whatsoever to your mother – nothing to show for it – no new appli- and you never did, truth be told. Your ances, car, etc. She lives in a small town in heart was in the right place in trying to a low-cost-of-living state, has an income of THE PAJAMA DIARIES help her, but to continue paying her mort- $2,050 a month from Social Security and gage would be a huge mistake. To gain the her pension, and about $850 left over after strength to maintain the boundaries all her expenses. I paid off two foreclosure you’ve set, you might draw support from a notices within five months until I found group such as Families Anonymous out that she has a larger monthly surplus (https://www.familiesanonymous.org/) than I do. or Gam-Anon (https://www.gam- I told her that I had my own expenses anon.org), where you’ll find you’re not and could no longer pay her debts. Her alone. Therapy might also offer an eye- response was “I thought you loved me” fol- opening perspective. lowed by “I thought you were doing so Dear Annie: I have worked in the senior well and were making all this money.” living industry for the past 20 years, and I MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM She’s always been stubborn, childlike and am astounded by the number of people secretive with her money, so apart from who bring children to visit their elderly several years of almost daily casino visits, family members and then allow the chil- I don’t know what she did with it. dren to run around the building unsuper- Now my finances have been decimated, vised. We have experienced unsupervised and I have had to pull from my retirement children banging on our piano, messing accounts. Since she has squandered a life- up the puzzle that our residents have been sustaining inheritance with nothing to diligently putting together, playing with show for it, has ample positive monthly the ice machine and running in the hall- cash flow and a bankruptcy attorney on ways. Now that I am as old as many of our retainer in case she decides to discharge residents myself and am experiencing bal- the credit card debt, do I have any further ance issues, I understand how frightening BORN LOSER obligation to her? We have not spoken in and dangerous it is for seniors to have chil- several months, since I stopped paying her dren running in a building. Please remind mortgage. Although sad, I’m resolved to parents that a community full of elderly the situation. But I wonder if I’m missing people is not the place for kids to have a something, because I can’t seem to find free-for-all. – Now I’m Old, Too anyone else with financially irresponsible Dear Now: You raise some excellent parents. She won’t tell me what she spent points. It’s lovely for children to visit older her money on, nor did she take my advice family members in senior living communi- to pay off her mortgage, so colleagues ask ties, but safety and courtesy are a must. why this is my problem. Send your questions for Annie Lane to I have two other siblings, but I’m the [email protected] one with a bit of discretionary cash, so I’m COPYRIGHT 2019 CREATORS.COM ALLEY OOP TODAY’S HOROSCOPE

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M JJASON New U.S. tariffs are set to Pct. change from previous: 0.22% High 3,112.87 Low 3,099.26 hit Dec. 15 on many Chi- nese-made items on holi- Treasury held steady at said it made a bigger profit day shopping checklists, 1.77%. last quarter than Wall such as smartphones and Despite the mostly Street expected. laptops. down week, the major U.S. It was a bright spot for Tariffs already put in stock indexes are on track the retail sector after a long place have hurt manufac- for strong gains this year. list of mall-based clothing turing around the world, The S&P 500 and Nasdaq retailers delivered weak and businesses have held are up by more than 24%, third-quarter earnings back on spending given all while the Dow is up nearly reports. Macy’s cut its prof- the uncertainty about 20%. it and sales forecast for the where the rules of global Hopes that Washington year as shoppers continue trade will end up. and Beijing can make to head online instead of to President Donald progress on a trade deal the store. The department Trump said a deal between helped spur the market store climbed 5.2% Friday, the world’s largest higher since late October, though it still ended down economies is “potentially along with surprisingly more than 8% for the very close” after Chinese good corporate earnings, week. 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Traders favored smaller mention that a trade deal is Gold was unchanged at company stocks, giving the imminent only to have $1,463.10 per ounce, silver Russell 2000 index a gain nothing happen or to have fell 6 cents to $16.99 per of 4.98 points, or 0.3%, to the threat of postpone- ounce and copper rose 3 Computer Services Snow Removal Snowplowing 1,588.94. ment,” Stovall said. cents to $2.65 per pound. Major stock indexes in Traders sized up anoth- The dollar fell to 108.65 Europe also finished R.A. Miller er batch of corporate earn- Japanese yen from 108.66 Leave the broadly higher. Bond ings from retailers Friday. yen on Thursday. The euro Sno-Plowing prices were little changed. Nordstrom surged weakened to $1.1020 from Snow to Joe! The yield on the 10-year We Plow, 10.6% after the retailer $1.1059. Clean Walks & Stairs SAARI Snowplowing We service Ironwood, Business Briefs Earthwork Bessemer, Ramsay Never too early to North Ironwood, plan for your snow & Powderhorn removal needs! 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