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  • 11/16/18--11:41: Ship traffic, November 17
  • Ship traffic Due to arrive today SHIP FROM PORT CAP Patton Long Beach OAK Ever Lambent Los Angeles OAK Hyundai Busan Long Beach OAK MSC Caterina Long Beach OAK President Truman Los Angeles OAK Wisteria Ace San Diego BNC YM Mutuality Los Angeles OAK Due to depart today SHIP TO PORT CAP Patton Lazaro Cardenas, Mexico OAK Colombo Express Qingdao, China OAK Ever Libra Tokyo OAK Island Spirit Port Unknown SCK Maersk Evora Vostochnyy, Russia OAK NYK Aquarius Busan, South Korea SFO Wisteria Ace Irago, Japan BNC Source: S.F. Marine Exc Reported by SFGate 15 hours ago.

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  • 11/16/18--11:49: Ship traffic, November 18
  • Ship traffic Due to arrive today SHIP FROM PORT APL Merlion Los Angeles OAK CAP Jervis Long Beach OAK Cosco Italy Los Angeles OAK Frontier Ace Portland RCH Grand Princess Cabo San Lucas, Mexico SFO Gudrun Maersk Los Angeles OAK NYK Delphinus Los Angeles OAK NYK Romulus Los Angeles OAK Due to depart today SHIP TO PORT Ever Lambent Tacoma, Wash. OAK Grand Princess Honolulu SFO MSC Caterina Port Unknown OAK President Truman Yokohama, Japan OAK YM Mutuality Keelung, Taiwan OAK Source: S.F. Marine Exc Reported by SFGate 15 hours ago.

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  • 11/16/18--12:03: Ship traffic, November 19
  • Ship traffic Due to arrive today SHIP FROM PORT Blue Baie Long Beach SCK CMA CGM Rhone Los Angeles OAK Daniel K. Inouye Philadelphia OAK Georhia Highway San Diego RCH Hannover Bridge Los Angeles OAK Kauai Seattle OAK NYK Meteor Vancouver, B.C. OAK Due to depart today SHIP TO PORT APL Merlion Fuqing, China OAK CAP Jervic Seattle OAK Gudrun Maersk Vostochnyy, Russia OAK Hyundai Busan Busan, South Korea OAK NYK Delphinus Tokyo OAK NYK Romulus Seattle OAK Source: S.F. Marine Exc Reported by SFGate 14 hours ago.

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    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Regulators voted Friday to close the Gulf of Maine winter shrimp season for another three years, raising fears that the fishery decimated by rising water temperatures may never bounce back. The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission has been taking a year-to-year approach to determining whether to allow a winter season, but […] Reported by Seattle Times 14 hours ago.

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    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Regulators are closing the Gulf of Maine winter shrimp season for another three years.The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission has been taking a year-to-year approach to determining whether there will... Reported by New Zealand Herald 14 hours ago.

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    KEMP, Texas, Nov. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and equipment sectors, announced the release of a portable propane convection heater for use indoors. This unit provides an adjustable heating range of 6,600, 12,000 or 18,000 BTUs that can heat up to 450 square feet of space without the use of electricity. This unit has an open cabinet design and a safety guard for easy storage of the propane tank behind the heater.The GAU-GFH-CH-18K compact portable convection heater features a setting dial and an LP cylinder hose and regulator for attaching to the propane tank’s supply valve. This heater has several safety features including tip-over shut off, high temperature shut off, flame out fuel cut, safety guard and thermocouple. The heater uses propane at a rate of 0.31, 0.56 and 0.83 pounds per hour with a maximum runtime of 65, 36 and 24 hours with a full tank of propane at BTU settings of 6,600, 12,000 and 18,000 respectfully.

    This durable convection heater is mounted on a square base stand that contains four locking casters and a side-locked handle slot for portability around the work site. Suitable applications for this heater include construction sites, warehouses, commercial spaces, industrial buildings, schools, indoor facilities, barns and more.

    *About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:*
    Rob Bresnahan, *President and CEO
    *Toll-free: 1-800-369-6671
    Phone: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364
    E-mail: sales@larsonelectronics.com

    A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/eee965ec-44b2-4553-82e2-ef22aacb4125

      Reported by GlobeNewswire 13 hours ago.

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    From Monday, Mumbaikars will be able to dine to live band and gig performances mid-sea near the Gateway of India, in the south of the city. Two floating hotels similar to that anchored near the Bandra-Worli Sea-link (BWSL) are going to starting its operations near the Gateway of India. The launch will enable tourists and citizens to dine while sailing along the eastern coastline of the city.

    The two floating hotels are an initiative of the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT). The trust has appointed a private operator for running the two floating hotels for a period of 15 years.

    Similarly, in 2017, three floating hotels were started near the BWSL of which only two are functioning. One had capsised earlier this year.

    The two floatels will be innagurated by Union Minister for Shipping Nitin Gadkari. The two floatels will be anchored at the Gateway of India, and will allow sailing between the Gateway of India and Victoria Docks followed by Elephanta caves and Kanhoji island.

    The floating restaurants have an upper and a lower deck with two bars and one restaurant that will allow visitors to book it for lunch hours, dinners, and for private parties and weddings. The operators of the two floatels have said that they will start their operations on Monday after its launch on Saturday.

    Shripriya Dalmia Thirani, owner of the two floatels said, "We brought the two vessels from Istanbul and refurbished them, to use them as floatels. Both of them are around 10-years-old, and we are expecting a good amount of takers. We will have an international cuisine followed by live band performances and gigs for visitors."

    Thirani added, "We have permissions for having the two floatels open till early morning hours but currently are focusing at keeping it open between 12 noon and 12 midnight. The two will be anchored at Gateway of India, and for private bookings like parties and weddings, they will be docked at Victoria docks due to availability of space for parking there."

    As of now, the operators have said that the rate for visiting the floating hotels start with a cover charge of Rs 2,500, and it further depends on the individuals looking to spend. The operators are appointed by MbPT for boosting coastal tourism in the city, and for which a revenue sharing model has also been kept.

    Sanjay Bhatia, Chairman MbPT said, "The operator for the two floating hotels will have to share 17 per cent and 12 per cent gross revenue respectively from the total earnings. For now, two are starting at Gateway of India, and one more floating hotel will come up near Marine Drive."

    The operators of the two floatels said they expect around three for the business to take off, and reach break-even point in the next three years. Lastly, in terms of security and safety of visitors, the operators said they have floaters, 500 life jackets, and small boats for rescue of the visitors onboard, in case of emergency.

    -*TWO FLOATING RESTAURANTS*-

    *Where? *
    Gateway of India

    *When will it open for public? *
    November 19, 2018

    *What will it have? *
    Upper deck and lower deck of vessel will have two bars and one restaurant

    *Visitors can also book it for sailing purpose Cost?*
    Cover charge starting at Rs 2,500

    -*Name of the two floating restaurants:*-

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    Team Fastrax™ will be performing as part of the opening ceremony of all three championship races held this weekend, starting with Friday’s Ford EcoBoost 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.

    HOMESTEAD, Fla. (PRWEB) November 16, 2018

    Starting Friday, November 16, 2018, at what is surely the most exciting weekend for NASCAR race fans, Team Fastrax™ will perform special patriotic skydive demonstrations at each of the championship races.

    Team Fastrax™ skydiving in with their 2,000 sq. ft. American Flag, while the National Anthem plays, is the perfect way to begin each race and captivate the fans. Friday will start off with a bang as the team executes a daring and technical aerial pyrotechnic performance. Their other demonstrations will also include jumpers with the Ford and Homestead-Miami Speedway flags.

    This race weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway is the culmination of all of the driver’s hard work this season. The championship races for the Monster Energy NASCAR Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR XFINITY Series are all held in three consecutive action-packed days.

    “We are honored to be performing our patriotic American Flag skydive during such an exciting weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway,” commented John Hart, owner of Start Skydiving, and Founder of Team Fastrax™. “The fans have waited all year for the outcome of these races and we couldn’t be more excited to be a part of it.”

    In addition to Team Fastrax’s high-flying entertainment, the speedway website says the weekend will also include a concert performance by Hunter Hayes. Before the drivers start their engines for the Ford EcoBoost 400 championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway this Sunday, Hunter Hayes will be revving things up with a pre-race concert. Hayes will be kicking off the action-packed race on the same front stretch where the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion will be crowned later that same day.

    For more information on the race, or to purchase tickets visit the Homestead-Miami Speedway website.

    These performances by Team Fastrax™ are each dedicated to fallen heroes Air Force Lt. Col. Gwendolyn A. Locht, Army Staff Sgt. Alex A. Viola and Marine Lance Cpl. Dale W. Means.

    ABOUT TEAM FASTRAX™
    Team Fastrax™, sponsored by SELECTiON.COM®, is the most ambitious professional skydiving team in the world. The team has a roster of more than twenty-nine active members, with a collective of more than 300,000 skydives. Team Fastrax™ has performed exhibition skydives all over the world for audiences large and small as a patriotic display or as a product promotion.

    ABOUT SELECTiON.COM®
    SELECTiON.COM® is a nationwide provider of criminal and pre-employment background screenings, also referred to as a Consumer Reporting Agency. Headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, SELECTiON.COM® is a veteran-owned company that has been in business since 1991 and offers more than 35 background and data collection services. Reported by PRWeb 9 hours ago.

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    Breaking Information Emails Get breaking information signals and particular experiences. The scoop and tales that subject, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Nov. 17, 2018 / 2:37 AM GMT Through Doha Madani An animal rescue group is providing a praise for info after discovering a dolphin shot to dying in Long island Seashore, California. Marine Animal Rescue, … Reported by The News Articles 7 hours ago.

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    WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. (AP) — Memorial services have been held for two victims of the mass shooting at a Southern California country bar. Marine Corps veteran Daniel Manrique was remembered Friday at a church in Westlake Village near Los Angeles. Services for 22-year-old Kristina Morisette were held at a church in Simi Valley. The 33-year-old […] Reported by Seattle Times 6 hours ago.

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    Kaminski Auctions presents its’ Annual Thanksgiving Auction on Saturday and Sunday, November 24th and 25th, starting at 10:00 AM at their auction gallery, at 117 Elliott Street, Beverly, Massachusetts. The sale features two fabulous collections of jewelry from a Palm Beach and a Martha’s Vineyard estate with such iconic names as David Webb, Buccellati, Bulgari, Chopard, Henry Dunay, Judith Ripka, and David Yurman.

    BEVERLY, Mass. (PRWEB) November 17, 2018Kaminski Auctions presents its’ Annual Thanksgiving Auction on Saturday and Sunday, November 24th and 25th, starting at 10:00 AM at their auction gallery, at 117 Elliott Street, Beverly, Massachusetts.

    This exciting two-day auction features fine jewelry from a New York City and Palm Beach, Florida socialite; a jewelry collection from Mrs. Joan Potter of Martha’s Vineyard, MA; the contents of a Malibu and Los Angeles, California estate; and a collection of rare Charlie Chaplin movie posters from the Montecito Inn, Santa Barbara, California.

    Auction highlights begin with a rare Steuben glass cathedral spire designed by the artist George Thompson.  The crystal spire is studded with eighteen-carat gold, sterling, and diamonds and is from an edition of five. It is signed 'Steuben' and measures eighteen and a quarter inches in height together with a black marble base. Originally purchased through the Christie’s auction of the 'Leona Helmsley Estate' in NYC, New York, the piece is referenced in chapter 11 of 'The Art of Steuben', published in a limited edition by Steuben Glass, New York, 1972.

    Collectors will also take note of a René Lalique circa 1930 Art Deco clear and frosted glass 'Deux Figurines' clock. Beautifully decorated with two females in diaphanous gowns draping a floral garland around the clock face, it sits on an illuminated base, signed 'R. Lalique and measures twenty-one inches high overall. It is referenced on page 371, figure 726 of the 'Rene Lalique Catalogue Raisonné de l'Oeuvre de Verre' by Felix Marcilhac.

    Glass highlights continue with several pieces by the contemporary glass blower Dale Chihuly. The top lot is an outstanding piece exhibited at the New York Museum in Woodstock, New York, and The New York City World Trade Center. The giant hand-blown glass macchia bowl stands forty-two inches high and sixteen inches square and is presented on a lighted Lucite revolving pedestal.  It is signed and dated 1987 and is estimated at $12,000-$16,000.  Additionally, there is a Dale Chihuly hand-blown sea form macchia basket executed in iridescent pink, signed and dated 1998 and a Chihuly hand-blown red Persian sea form sculpture, signed and dated 1999, both are nine inches in height by eleven inches diameter and are valued at $3,000-$5,000.

    Fine art in the sale abounds starting with a Salvador Dali watercolor on paper of a rose headed woman estimated at $15,000-$20,00, and an Andy Warhol (1928-1987), 'Campbell's Beef Consommé Soup', screen-print in colors on paper, rubber stamp numbered 43/250, ink signed and published by the Factory Additions and printed by the Salvatore Silkscreen Company from The Martin Lawrence Gallery New York. Referenced in the Andy Warhol Prints, 4th edition by Feldman/Schellmann, Figure 11.52, it is estimated to bring $12,000-$16,000.

    Among the other notable entries is a Picasso print in pencil signed, dated 10/8/55, and numbered 37/500 from a Boca Raton, Florida collection.

    A recently discovered work by Emile Gruppe (1896-1978) may be one of the most significant paintings of his career.  Measuring fifty by forty inches the marine view of Gloucester, Massachusetts is titled ‘The Old Timer,” and is dated 1977. This work solidifies Gruppe ‘s mastery of painting ships in the fog and is conservatively estimated at $40,000-$60,000

    A selection of Russian art on offer includes a Lanskoy (Russian) portrait of an old man in contemplation in the countryside. An oil on canvas from an NYC, New York collection it is estimated at $30,000-$40,000. There is a view of St. Petersburg across the Neva River, done in watercolor and gouache on board by Mstislav Dobuzhinsky (Russian,1875-1957.)  The Impressionist style painting is titled 'White Night, St. Petersburg', bears the artist's monogram and is valued at $30,000-$40,000.  A winter landscape by Mikhail Marianovich Guermacheff (1868-1930); a portrait of a girl, by Vladimir Borovikovsky; and a Leon Bakst (Russian, 1866-1924), watercolor on paper titled 'Cleopatra - Costume Study', signed lower right with provenance from The Fine Art Society, London, November 1960 rounds out the Russian painting on offer in the sale.

    Additional fine art of interest includes a Barbizon School painting of a boat on a pond signed Corot, an oil on canvas titled ‘Oyster Gatherers', a Julius Klever still life of poppies, and a Brian Coole, depicting the 'Constitution, Constellation, and the Atlantic Squadron off the Battery, New York, 1825’ from a New Hampshire estate.

    Just in time for the holidays, Kaminski presents two fabulous collections of jewelry from a Palm Beach and a Martha’s Vineyard estate with such iconic names as David Webb, Buccellati, Henry Dunay, Judith Ripka, and David Yurman.

    Two outstanding signed David Webb brooches include an eighteen-carat yellow gold and platinum brooch with two cabochon emeralds surrounded by seventeen cabochon rubies, and eighty-one round diamonds, along with a second brooch of eighteen-carat gold and platinum having cabochon rubies surrounded by diamonds.  A signed Henry Dunay eighteen-carat yellow gold brooch with a very large center opal surrounded by round diamonds, marquise and pear-shaped sapphires, and pear-shaped emeralds, with twenty-six grams of troy weight, is valued at $3,000-$5,000.

    A stunning eighteen-carat white gold, diamond, and ruby necklace, with seventy-eight straight baguette diamonds in groups of six, and approximately G-I color, VS-SI, and a hundred and eighty-nine straight baguette rubies in groups of four, with appraisal report value of $35,000 is sure to garner considerable interest.

    Other standout lots include a pair of signed Canturi eighteen carat gold earrings with emerald cut diamonds, and emerald cut precious stones; a Ladies sapphire and diamond white gold necklace; a circa 1950’s eighteen carat  gold coiled snake bracelet with round diamond; a Chopard gold ladies' watch having diamond bezel and lugs, case numbered 197177 5171, and a large selection of gold and silver jewelry from Judith Ripka, David Yurman, as well as a  Buccellati "Blossoms Daisy" suite necklace and earrings with brown diamonds.

    Additional highlights across all genres feature an important Tiffany & Co. Makers custom-designed sterling trophy with a detailed horse-jumping motif.  It is marked 'The International Challenge Trophy' and the 'National Horse Show Association of America'.  The trophy hails from the AHSA annual horse show formerly held at Madison Square Garden which started in 1934.

     The trophy is also marked 'Presented by J. Spencer Weed 1934,’ and is mounted on a mahogany base with sterling plaques engraved with the various winners from 1934 through 1957. Also included with the trophy is a framed Cartier, Inc. New York presentation scroll was given to J. Spencer Weed on the occasion of his retirement, November 6, 1962, and signed by the directors, officers, and the committee of the National Horse show. The trophy hails from a descendant of J. Spencer Weed and is expected to bring 15,000-$25,000.

     'A Natural History of British Birds' by William Hayes, 1775, dedicated to the Duchess of Northumberland by William Hayes, is an elephant folio with thirty-six hand-colored engravings including two double pages.  It has been rebound in fine leather with gilt titles (original boards present) and is housed in a presentation box along with the original covers. Complete restoration details are inside the case.  The book was commissioned by George III for the Duchess of Northumberland (Elizabeth Percy).  Her husband, the first Duke of Northumberland, fathered James Smithson illegitimately.  James was the founding donor of the Smithsonian Institute.  Her son Lord Percy, James Smithson's half-brother, led the British at the battles of Concord/Lexington.

     Frederic Burrow, a slave who was indentured to the Duke, escaped at age 16 and carried the book to the US in 1861, at the request of Bagwell Scruggs, who was also indentured.  The book descended through the Clark family of New Jersey as Frederic's daughter married a Clark.  Also included in this lot is 'The Diaries of a Duchess' by Boran. 

    A selection of 19th century or earlier carved Italian marble statues from a Rome, Italy estate including Faun depicting Zeus on a newer stand, and a vintage Antonio Borsato nativity set to include eleven figurines and a stable, each piece signed and numbered recaps the outstanding variety of quality items in the Kaminski Thanksgiving auction.

    Celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Montecito Inn and honoring the current owners, the D. Copus family of Montecito, California, Kaminski Auctions was honored to be part of a gala preview event to view the historic collection of Charlie Chaplin original theatrical poster art that has hung in the Montecito Inn since the early 1900’s. These rare images of Hollywood's golden era are on offer in the Kaminski Thanksgiving Auction.

    The famous hotel, originally built by Charlie Chaplin, who fell in love with the area.  He and a group of investors built the Montecito Inn in 1928 as an upscale getaway. It soon became one of the most desirable destinations along the California coast. In 1943, Mr. Chaplin returned to Montecito to marry the love of his life, Oona O'Neill at the hotel.

    An invitation-only, 1920's inspired gala, featuring an exhibition of the original Charlie Chaplin theatrical poster art was held on February 9th, 2018 at the Montecito Inn. Joining the fete was the Hollywood Rhythm Kings, a 1920's band commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts and Theresa Novak of La Boheme, delighting the guests with 1920's era dances.  1920's - 1930's vintage cars graced the front entrance.  The poster art collection includes rare one of a kind movie posters and movie lithographs.

    Auction preview times are Monday through Friday, November 19th-23rd, from 9:00 AM-5:00 PM. The gallery is closed on Thanksgiving Day, and preview begins at 8:00 AM on the days of the sale. The auction preview will also be open all day while the auction is live.  For more information and to sign up to bid with KaminskiLIVE go to http://www.kaminskiauctions.com. Reported by PRWeb 2 hours ago.

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    SeaWorld Orlando appears to have found that special events with food, beverages or unique experiences draw more locals to the theme park each year — and it's expanding on that. The marine theme park, part of Orlando-based SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. (NYSE: SEAS), has two new events lined up for next year that will add to the annual festivities, and be a precursor to one of its latest expansions. Here's how SeaWorld described the new events: Inside Look (weekends, Jan. 12-27; and weekends, May… Reported by bizjournals 19 hours ago.

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    KEMP, Texas, Nov. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting sectors, announced the release of an explosion proof light housing for customer provided lamps that is designed for hazardous locations. This unit is approved for Class I, II and III, Divisions 1 & 2 worksites and is corrosion resistant. Made of die cast aluminum and waterproof, this light fixture is UL tested to withstand 1490 pounds per square inch of hydrostatic pressure and operates at a maximum voltage of 250V AC / 125V DC.The EPL-CM-100W-NL explosion proof light housing features an E26 lamp socket that is compatible with A19 and A60 style incandescent lights up to 100 watts, compact fluorescent lights up to 26 watts and LED lights up to 15 watts. This unit is UL approved specifically for Class I, Divisions 1 and 2, Groups C and D, Class I, Zones 1 and 2, Groups IIB and IIA, Class II, Divisions 1 and 2, Groups E, F and G and Class III, Divisions 1 and 2. This unit also has a NEMA 3, 4 and 4X rating and is suitable for wet locations.

    Larson Electronics’ durable light housing comes in a variety of mounts, including a pendant mount with a single 3/4” wiring hub allowing the unit to be suspended from the ceiling or other locations, and a wall mount with four 3/4" wiring hubs allowing the unit to be attached to flat surfaces such as walls, bulkheads or entryways. The unit also comes in a ceiling mount with four 3/4" wiring hubs allowing the fixture to be securely mounted to the ceiling, and a stanchion mount with a single 3/4" wiring hub to be mounted in locations where vertical or horizontal wall or ceiling mounting is not available.

    Suitable applications for the EPL-CM-100W-NL explosion proof light housing include oil refineries, petrochemical plants, paint spray booths, offshore rigs, marinas, docks, warehouses, garages, commercial buildings, emergency lighting systems, mounted lighting, ammunition facilities, tank farms, pipeline pumping stations, marine loading, fuel transfer terminals and more.

    “This light is really nice for operators who want to supply their own lights, or may want to make changes in the future,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “You get the rugged, explosion proof protected light housing with the ability to choose whatever lamps you want to use given the wattage parameters – this offers a great deal of output flexibility.”

    *About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:*
    Rob Bresnahan, *President and CEO
    *Toll-free: 1-800-369-6671
    Phone: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364

    E-mail: sales@larsonelectronics.com

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    http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/e5171b28-6373-4c0d-b659-7844355833a9 Reported by GlobeNewswire 19 hours ago.

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    Dolphin found shot dead on California beach as $5,000 reward is offered to catch the shooter WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE Marine Animal Rescue is offering a $5,000 reward for information about the fatal shooting of a dolphin found in the water off of Manhattan Beach. Reported by MailOnline 17 hours ago.

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times local):2:30 p.m.President Donald Trump has arrived in Chico, California, as he surveys wildfire devastation.He flew aboard Marine One after landing at Beale Air... Reported by New Zealand Herald 15 hours ago.

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    KEMP, Texas, Nov. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting sector, announced the release of a 60-watt color changing RBG LED wall mount pack light with a 10-foot 16/3 SOOW cord and remote control with a 25-foot working distance. This unit features one, 200-pound grip magnet for mounting to flat, magnetic surfaces and features a wide flood beam in a variety of colors. This pack light draws on only 0.5 amps and operates on voltages between 110V AC and 277V AC 120V ACThe LEDWP-600-RGB-M-10C color changing LED wall pack light has an assembly that consists of 45 LED lights with high purity specular optics and three angled boards that produce a wide light spread for greater distribution. This color changing RGB LED flood light can produce red, green and blue light varying in intensity, offering a full spectrum of color choices, which can be controlled by a handheld remote. The lights on this fixture are also dimmable and can operate in various modes including steady burn, flash, strobe, color fade and smooth fade.

    This durable color changing LED pack light features a waterproof and vapor proof aluminum housing that is powder coated and resistant to corrosion. This unit is suitable for landscape lighting, aesthetic lighting, wall pack lighting, down lighting, upwards lighting, event lighting, restaurants, monuments, marinas, docks, billboards, and any application that requires a high output colored LED flood light.

    “This color changing LED wall pack is a versatile and unique light with a large variety of indoor and outdoor uses,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “It’s equipped with the great durability and mounting adjustability of our regular LED wall packs but offers unlimited color choices with the wirelessly-controlled RGB feature.”

    *About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:*
    Rob Bresnahan, *President and CEO
    *Toll-free: 1-888-351-2363
    Int’l: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364
    E-mail: sales@larsonelectronics.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 14 hours ago.

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    A Fort Salonga man and his two daughters were helped by Suffolk County Marine Bureau officers after their boat became stranded in the Long Island Sound east of Eaton's Neck Saturday afternoon, police said. Reported by Newsday 9 hours ago.

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    The Argentine Navy submarine that went missing a year ago off the country's Atlantic Coast was found by a private company involved in what had been a massive search for the vessel and its 44-member crew, the defense ministry said in a news conference on Saturday.

    The ARA San Juan submarine was discovered by marine tracking contractor Ocean Infinity, 907 meters (2,975 feet) below the ocean surface. The vessel was found in an underwater canyon with its tail partially "imploded," Argentina's Defense Minister Carlos Aguad said.

    Given the poor visibility at the site, the ministry said it only had preliminary information about the state of the submarine, which was scattered in pieces on the ocean floor.

    Aguad could neither confirm nor deny if the vessel could be recovered, but said the government did "not have the means to extract the submarine."

    The disappearance gripped the nation's attention as the government struggled to provide information about the tragedy. Relatives of the crew still have questions.

    "We have found them," Jorge Villarreal, father of one crew member told local radio. "Now we are going to search for the truth. For us this is the start of a new chapter."

    Aguad said: "Much of what happens from here will have to be resolved by the justice department. If there is someone responsible, they will be held responsible."

    At the time of the disappearance, the Navy said water that had entered the submarine's snorkel caused its battery to short-circuit.

    Naval officials said international organizations helping to search for the missing vessel a year ago detected a noise that could have been the submarine imploding, just two hours after its last contact.

    The first anniversary of the submarine's disappearance was commemorated at the Mar del Plata naval base on Nov. 15, with President Mauricio Macri in attendance.

    The crew had been ordered to return to Mar del Plata on the country's east coast. But the vessel was never heard from again.

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    Ocean Infinity, a U.S. company that can search and map the seabed, was hired by Argentina following the failure of an international operation to find the vessel after it went missing in the South Atlantic.

    Ocean Infinity used five autonomous underwater vehicles to carry out the search, according to a statement from the company.

    "Our thoughts are with the many families affected by this terrible tragedy. We sincerely hope that locating the resting place of the ARA San will be of some comfort to them," the statement said.

    The San Juan was some 430 km (270 miles) off Argentina's Patagonian coast when it sent its last signal.

    The disaster spurred soul-searching over the state of the military in Argentina, which after a series of financial crises has one of Latin America's smallest defense budgets relative to the size of its economy. Some families of missing crew members blamed the government for underfunding the Navy.

    Argentina learned a harsh lesson of submarines' military value during the 1982 Falklands War, when a British sub sank the ARA General Belgrano cruiser. It was the only major ship Argentina lost in the war over the disputed Falkland Islands, which Argentina calls the Malvinas. 

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    Ten years ago, ten Pakistani gunmen entered Mumbai via sea route and launched a deadly attack on Mumbai's soil. It has been ten years and the state and central administration are still trying to plug-in the loopholes in the coastal policing.

    After 26/11, a major security flaw that came to the fore was porous coastal security. Neither the Indian Navy nor the Coast Guard had intelligence on the 26/11 attack. This called for immediate measures to strengthen the country's coastline.

    The Mumbai Police had set up a dedicated Marine Policing Unit and for the first time, its jurisdiction included waters.

    In order to add teeth to the Marine Unit, the police had purchased speedboats and sea-legs amphibian boats for sea patrolling.

    The state police had also created a dedicated post of Inspector General Coastal Security, who would be a nodal officer to coordinate with Indian Navy and Coast Guard.

    The Mumbai police, along with the Coast Guard and the Navy, organises a quarterly Sagar Kavach operation to check the preparedness of these agencies to safeguard the coastline. In his operation, dummy terrorists are tasked to sneak into the city via sea.

    "Operations like Sagar Kavach has time and again resulted that dummy terrorists had managed to sneak in the city and gained vantage points. We then analyse the drawbacks and derive measures that needs to be taken to secure our coastline,"said a police officer.

    The city police had recently written a proposal to the government asking for sanctioning of dedicated five police stations in the city's 149 kilometre coastline. The task of these police stations would be to do census of fishermen, collect Intelligence and brief government about threats from Coast route and not investigate conventional crimes.

    In addition, the Maharashtra Police has sent a proposal to the state government asking for sanctioning of Intermediate Support Vessels (ISV) for bolstering it's coastal policing. The existing Fast Patrol Vessels (FPV) with the police can stay at sea for around five hours, while ISVs can stay at sea for seven days and can reach up to 200 nautical miles, police said.

    "Maharashtra has a coastline of 720 kilometre and 842 kilometre creek area. For effective monitoring of coastline, coastal security and fishermen security ISV is the need of the hour," said a police officer.

    -*SECURITY UPDATES*-

    · After 26/11, a major security flaw that came to the fore was porous coastal security 
     
    · Neither the Indian Navy nor the Coast Guard had intelligence on the 26/11 attack
     
    · This called for immediate measures to strengthen the country’s coastline 

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