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On an empty lot near Phoenix, perhaps
the most auto-addicted city in America,
a start-up is building apartments with
zero places for residents to park. PAGE 1

SUNDAY BUSINESS

A Car-Free Neighborhood

After chafing against their isolation for
so long, Australians these days are
finding island life a privilege when
pestilence lies beyond. PAGE 10

Reveling in Being Cut Off

But who holds the rings? The pandemic
has created a whole new set of rules for
hosting and attending weddings. Here’s
a handy guide. PAGE 7

AT HOME

Virtual Wedding Etiquette Jennifer Senior PAGE 3

SUNDAY REVIEW

From outdoor dining to nonprofit work,
Gertie, a luncheonette in Brooklyn that
was just about to expand when the
pandemic hit, has shifted gears over
and over to stay afloat. PAGE 4

TRACKING AN OUTBREAK 4-8

A Restaurant’s Desperate Fight

What’s more fundamental to scary
movies than a bone-chilling shriek? But
delivering a terrifying wail isn’t easy. In
fact, it’s an entire discipline. PAGE 6

ARTS & LEISURE

The Art of the Scream

President Trump turned American
foreign policy inside out, and foreign
nations are watching the election to see
which direction the U.S. goes. PAGE 14

INTERNATIONAL 10-14

The World Holds Its Breath

The Times looks at 10 states that Presi-
dent Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. are
seriously contesting to help explain how
voters see the race and the issues that
are driving it. PAGES 24-25

NATIONAL 15-30

Battleground Dispatches

The isolation, monotony and chronic
stress of this pandemic year are jum-
bling our sense of chronology. PAGE 1

SUNDAY STYLES

Doing the 2020 Time Warp

PHOTOGRAPHS BY TODD HEISLER/THE NEW YORK TIMES

A tour of the final, furious campaign days for Joseph R. Biden Jr. and President Trump
makes clear that the abiding theme of 2020 is something like survival. Pages 20-21.

Campaign 2020: Let’s Get to 2021 in One Piece

On the weekend of Oct. 10, Pres-
ident Trump’s personal lawyer
Rudolph W. Giuliani, his former
adviser Stephen K. Bannon and a
prominent new ally, a Chinese bil-
lionaire and Mar-a-Lago member
named Guo Wengui, gathered at
Mr. Guo’s luxury apartment over-
looking Central Park for dinner
and cigars.

Each faced some combination
of legal or credibility issues, but on
this night they had reason to cele-
brate: a plan was coming togeth-
er.

That weekend, Mr. Giuliani had
delivered to The New York Post a
copy of a hard drive purported to
be from a laptop belonging to
Hunter Biden, the son of Mr.
Trump’s Democratic opponent,
former Vice President Joseph R.
Biden Jr. The hard drive was filled
with what the men claimed was
compromising material about the

younger Biden that they hoped
would sully his father’s reputa-
tion.

It was the latest in an often-
bumbling series of attacks that be-
gan two years ago with the goal of
undercutting Mr. Biden as a threat
to Mr. Trump’s re-election by link-
ing him to the messy personal and
business affairs of his son.

The main impact of the attacks
to that point had been a spectacu-
lar backfire: the impeachment of

Foiled Once, Giuliani’s Team Peddles More Dirt
This article is by Kenneth P. Vogel,

Jim Rutenberg and Maggie Ha-
berman.

Continued on Page 23

DETROIT — Four years after
an election that came down to
Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wis-
consin, the campaigns of Joseph
R. Biden Jr. and President Trump
are waging an intense and sur-
prising battle in those states for
votes among a crucial demo-
graphic: Black men.

The outreach is vital for Demo-
crats, who lost the three industrial
states in 2016 partly because of di-
minished support from Black vot-
ers. They worry that not enough
Black men will cast ballots — or
that Mr. Trump might make
enough marginal gains to help in
close races.

The Biden campaign is now
heavily focused on getting Black
men to turn out to vote: Mr. Biden
and former President Barack
Obama are campaigning together
for the first time this year on Sat-
urday in Detroit and Flint, Mich.
Mr. Biden is also running a series
of ads featuring young Black men
from Flint, tying local issues to the
election. One walks through the
history of Black voter suppres-
sion; another starts with Mr. Bi-
den saying “Black Lives Matter,
period.”

In Philadelphia, where Hillary
Clinton had strong but not surging
support from Black voters in 2016,
the Biden camp also deployed Mr.
Obama for a day of campaigning,
sent Senator Cory Booker to Sun-
day round tables in the city’s
northern neighborhoods, and re-
lied on leaders like Sharif Street, a
state senator and the son of for-
mer Mayor John F. Street, to can-
vass neighborhoods multiple
times.

The Trump strategy has aimed
to erode Mr. Biden’s support with
a negative campaign. One televi-
sion ad replays Mr. Biden’s contro-
versial “you ain’t Black” com-
ment, in which he questioned how
Black Americans could support
Mr. Trump, and reprises his role in
the 1994 crime bill. A set of 40 dig-
ital ads claiming “Joe Biden In-
sulted Millions of Black Ameri-
cans” has been running across the
country for the past week.

The battle for Black men is one
of the more surprising develop-

Intense Battle
To Earn Votes
Of Black Men

A Crucial Competition
for Both Candidates

This article is by Astead W. Hern-
don, Nick Corasaniti and Kathleen
Gray.

Continued on Page 22

PHILADELPHIA — An un-
nerved yet energized America is
voting with an urgency never
seen before in the approach to a
presidential election, as a record
90 million people have cast ballots
despite an array of challenges: a
pandemic, postal delays, long
lines and court rulings that have
tested faith in the country’s elec-
toral system.

In Texas and Hawaii, turnout
has already exceeded the total
vote from 2016, with days left for
absentee ballots to be returned.
Ten other states, including major
battlegrounds like Georgia, Flor-
ida, North Carolina, Arizona and
Nevada, have surpassed 80 per-
cent of the turnout from the last
presidential election. Over all, the
early turnout has set the country
on course to surpass 150 million
votes for the first time in history.

The impact of this huge surge in
turnout is one of the most unpre-
dictable facets of the election, as
strategists in both parties parse
early returns for signs of any ad-
vantage. Joseph R. Biden Jr., the
Democratic nominee, is counting
on a strong early vote to help him
flip states like Florida and Ari-
zona that President Trump car-
ried in 2016. But Republicans are
banking on their voters to turn
out in bigger numbers on Election
Day and deliver battleground
wins, as they did in key states in
2016.

Mr. Trump, campaigning on
Saturday in Bucks County, Pa.,
predicted a race that will be unde-
cided on Election Day with chaos
to come.

“We’re going to be waiting,”
said Mr. Trump, who has spent
months disparaging voting by
mail. “Nov. 3 is going to come and
go, and we’re not going to know.
And you’re going to have bedlam
in our country.”

Though Democrats have main-
tained an edge in early turnout in
nearly every state that has seen
record participation, Republicans
have been closing the gap. In Flor-
ida, for example, 40 percent of the
ballots returned came from regis-

tered Democrats, and 37.9 percent
from registered Republicans, and
in heavily Democratic Miami-
Dade County, registered Republi-
cans are turning out at a slightly
higher percentage than Demo-
crats. Included in those returns
are millions of ballots marked no
party affiliation, with no indica-
tion whether Mr. Biden or Mr.
Trump is leading.

A recent national poll by The
New York Times and Siena Col-
lege found that Republicans were
more likely to vote on Election
Day than to vote early, while Dem-
ocrats showed a preference for
voting early. Polls in Georgia,

Iowa and other battleground
states showed a similar trend.

As the nation enters one of the
most consequential weeks for vot-
ing in recent years, with swaths of
Americans nervous about
whether their ballots will be re-
ceived and counted and others de-
termined to push through con-
cerns about the virus to vote, offi-
cials across the country have been
mounting a furious effort to shore
up election systems that have
been pushed to the brink. They
are recruiting tens of thousands of
additional poll workers, working
around the clock to process ballots

Days From the Election,
An Astonishing Number
Of Ballots Already Cast

As Record 90 Million Votes Pour In,
States’ Officials Gird for Count

By NICK CORASANITI and STEPHANIE SAUL

Continued on Page 21

RUTH FREMSON/THE NEW YORK TIMES

Sorting ballots in the election
office of Kittanning, Pa., in
Armstrong County on Friday.

When the coronavirus first
erupted in Sioux Falls, S.D., in the
spring, Mayor Paul TenHaken ar-
rived at work each morning with a
clear mission: Stop the outbreak
at the pork plant. Hundreds of em-
ployees, chopping meat shoulder
to shoulder, had gotten sick in
what was then the largest virus
cluster in the United States.

That outbreak was extin-
guished months ago, and these
days, when he heads into City
Hall, the situation is far more neb-
ulous. The virus has spread all
over town.

“You can swing a cat and hit
someone who has got it,” said Mr.
TenHaken, who had to reschedule
his own meetings to Zoom this
past week after his assistant

tested positive for the virus.
As the coronavirus soars across

the country, charting a single-day
record of 99,155 new cases on Fri-
day and surpassing nine million
cases nationwide, tracing the path
of the pandemic in the United
States is no longer simply chal-
lenging. It has become nearly im-
possible.

Gone are the days when Ameri-
cans could easily understand the
virus by tracking rising case num-
bers back to discrete sources —
the crowded factory, the troubled
nursing home, the rowdy bar.
Now, there are so many cases, in
so many places, that many people
are coming to a frightening con-
clusion: They have no idea where

Tracing Now All but Impossible
As Outbreaks Tear Through U.S.

By SARAH MERVOSH and LUCY TOM

Continued on Page 8

cret Service — none uttered the
words or played the part as mag-
netically or as indelibly as Mr.
Connery.

Tall, dark and dashing, he em-
bodied the novelist Ian Fleming’s
suave and resourceful secret
agent in the first five Bond films
and seven over all, vanquishing
diabolical villains and voluptuous
women alike beginning with “Dr.
No” in 1962.

As a more violent, moody and
dangerous man than the James
Bond in Fleming’s books, Mr. Con-
nery was the top box-office star in
both Britain and the United States
in 1965 after the success of “From
Russia With Love” (1963), “Gold-
finger” (1964) and “Thunderball”
(1965). But he grew tired of play-

ing Bond after the fifth film in the
series, “You Only Live Twice”
(1967), and was replaced by
George Lazenby, a little-known
Australian actor and model, in
“On Her Majesty’s Secret Serv-

ice” (1969).
Mr. Connery was lured back for

one more Bond movie, “Diamonds
Are Forever” (1971), only by the
offer of $1 million as an advance

Original ‘Bond, James Bond,’
Who Refused to Be Typecast

By ALJEAN HARMET

Sean Connery, the irascible Scot
from the slums of Edinburgh who
found international fame as Holly-
wood’s original James Bond, dis-
mayed his fans by walking away
from the Bond franchise and went
on to have a long and fruitful ca-
reer as a respected actor and an
always bankable star, has died in
Nassau, the Bahamas. He was 90.

His death, in his sleep either
late Friday or early Saturday, was
confirmed by his family.

“Bond, James Bond” was the
character’s familiar self-introduc-
tion, and to legions of fans who
have watched a parade of actors
play the role — otherwise known
as Agent 007 on Her Majesty’s Se-

SEAN CONNERY, 1930-2020

Sean Connery as James Bond on the set of “Goldfinger,” the
1964 film. He played Agent 007 in a total of seven movies.

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shrewd and sweet-natured man, served as
The New York Times’s secret weapon in
India.

As the New Delhi bureau manager from
the mid-1960s until just a few years ago,
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played as many roles as anyone at The
Times. He was a bookkeeper, a translator, a
guide, an archivist, a newshound who
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tions related to Covid-19.
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India’s capital, working closely with the
bureau chiefs. (He tended to call the bu-
reau chiefs “Doctor,” even when that was
far from the case.) Bureau chiefs are in
charge of the journalism and bureau man-
agers are in charge of just about every-
thing else — handling expenses, renewing
visas, translating documents and in the
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bewilderingly complex countries on Earth.
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the first one in the office, and you could
always tell when he was approaching. The
street dogs outside the bureau would go
crazy, howling in delight.

Then a stooped figure, wearing thick
glasses and sometimes a droopy trench
coat, would emerge from the Delhi mist
and a cloud of scrappy dogs would envel-
ope him.

He always arrived with a bag of bones
and pieces of meat. That was the first thing
P.J. did every morning. He fed the strays.

About eight years ago, after P.J. broke
his hip, Jim Yardley, the bureau chief at the
time, discovered that P.J. had worked long
past retirement age and that his retirement
benefits exceeded his salary. Still, P.J.
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arrangement that at first confounded the
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members and lasted until this March, when
India imposed a strict lockdown that closed
The Times’s bureau. Every day, P.J. volun-
teered to come to the office, where he
continued to sit behind a towering fortress
of old newspapers on his desk and help out.

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brownies every Christmas. Each night,
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together, and make a subtle bow.

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and most of all, fiercely loyal is how Delhi
staff members described him.

Suhasini Raj, a reporter in the Delhi
bureau, once asked him if it ever made him
sad when a bureau chief moved on, as they
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advised her. “So many bureau chiefs have
come and gone that if I start crying at each
one’s coming and going, I would be crying
all my life.”

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P.J. Anthony, left, in 1988 with Steven R. Weisman, then The Times’s New Delhi bureau chief.

Mr. Anthony was a beloved manager of the bureau for decades. He died on Oct. 21 at 82.

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forts. Extensive exp in working w/ lrg
data sets using variety of data analy-
tics & biz intel tools, such as, POWERBI
(DAX, POWER QUERY, M Lang,
MEASURES, ETC.), TABLEAU, PL
SQL, T-SQL, VBA, AZURE DATA
LAKE Svcs (ADLS), AZURE DATA
FACTORY (ADF), AZURE SYNAPSE
ANALYTICS, ACCESS, EXCEL, ETC.
Exp in biz ops, incl R&D & sply chain
ops, syndicated data, trade promotion,
finance to understand operational
issues & translate them into analytics &
BI solutions. Exp in assessing & design-
ing biz processes, data standards & pol-
icy definition exp working w/ data ex-
traction, transformation, load, manipu-
lation, anlss, valdtn, summarization&
visualization. Exp working in Agile
based proj mgmt envrmnt w/ under-
standing of key agile activities i.e. epic,
scrums, sprints, backlog, user stories,
feature creeps, etc. Exp w/ data mgmt
principles, sys solutions & data integra-
tion. Exp w/ data issues& identify crea-
tive solutions across, people, process,
& tech. Exp w/ rsrch, error detection,
root cause anlss, error correction, &
decision-making. Exp data gover-
nance, data stewardship, & data qlty
best practices working knowl of rela-
tional d/b & query concepts.Exp under-
standing of key biz operational proces-
ses to assess impact frommaster data
to downstream activities. Exp w/ pro-
cess improvement. Exp w/ six sigma &
lean principles. Pls reply w/ resume to:
Soraya R. Gooya, 2100 Smithtown Ave.,
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779.

Senior Compensation and Benefits
Manager for Elliott Management Cor-
poration (NY, NY). Coordinate and ad-
minister the annual compensation pro-
cess, 401(k) and other employer-
sponsored retirement plans. Supervise
the work of an HR Manager and HR
Associate. 5-10% of travel required.
Destination and frequency not predic-
table. Must possess a Bachelor's de-
gree or foreign equivalent in Human
Resources, Organizational Psychology
and Management, or closely related
field, plus five years of experience sup-
porting the execution of, and/or execut-
ing, compensation benchmark surveys
and custom reports for an asset man-
agement firm, investment firm, re-
search firm, consultant firm, or related.
Must have experience: designing com-
pensation and benefit plans; conduct-
ing executive compensation bench-
mark analysis; executing compensa-
tion benchmarking surveys including
coordinating and conducting data col-
lection activities, data quality assur-
ance, and technical delivery; and man-
aging relationships with external data
vendors to produce integrated analy-
ses for engagements and trend re-
ports. Send resume to Elliott Mgmt.
Corp., Attn: Jess Porcelli (Ref#BS), 40
West 57th Street, NewYork, NY 10019.

Senior Manager (multiple openings) at
EXLService.com, LLC in Jersey City,
NJ will partner w/ EXL clients to solve
complex business problems & provide
best in class advice & solutions to for-
malize their automation strategy. Will
travel to various & unanticipated work-
sites throughout the US. Reqs a Bach
deg in Comp Sci or rltd + 5 yrs of prof'l
exp dvlpg s/ware solution methodolo-
gies in Agile or Waterfall. Must incl 5
yrs of exp w/ each of the following: dvlp
documentation to support automated
solutions, incl process definition docs,
solution dsgn docs, end-user support
playbooks, & training guides; MS SQL
or Access d/bases; JSON or XML-RPC
web svcs; scripting, prgmg, & web
dvlpmt langs (C#, CSS, HTML, Java-
Script, & VBA); .NET; & SQL Server.
Also reqs UiPath RPA Developer Ad-
vanced Certification, Advanced RPA
Professional Certification, or Blue
Prism Certified Professional Develo-
per as well as 2 yrs of exp delivering
oral & written presentations to clients,
Sr. mgrs & execs & managing projects
w/ offshore resources. Send resume &
cvr letter to
[email protected] Must cite
job title & code 1283 in response.

Marketing Specialist: BLUESWITCH
LLC in New York, NY seeks Marketing
Specialist to coord pd media camp'ns.
No trvl; no telecomm. Mail resumes:
Blueswitch LLC, ATTN: Alex Paskie, 29
Broadway, Ground Floor, New York,
NY 10006.

Marketing & Ecommerce Specialist
(New York, NY) Partner w/ Mktg & PR
to inc sales on Ecommerce channel.
Work w/ mktg/PR to create brand
awareness & launch CRM programs to
drive loyalty. Contribute to annual
plans & on-going planning. Oversee
SEM & Social media, incl competitive
research, platform determination,
benchmarking, messaging & audience
identification, AB testing. Liaise w/
leadership to enhance Ecommerce
channel. Guide local tests of new tech
& releases, & report & track bugs.
Guide sales team & ensure all leads are
followed. Assist in mktg & Ecommerce
budget. Perform daily supp & monitor-
ing of e-commerce channel key me-
trics (sales, traffic, returns) & model
stock. Assist w/ reporting & overall an-
alytics. Assist w/ pulling data from SAP
for Bus Plans. Reqts: Master's or equiv
in Bus Admin, Bus Mngmt, Mktg or
reltd, & 2 yrs exp in position offered or
reltd, incl 2 yrs exp w/: Mng & mktg
licensed brands in internat'l environ-
ment; Mktg of watch, jewelry or luxury
goods in domestic & intenat'l mkts;
Budget mngmt & ownership over mul-
tiple areas incl media, events, PR &
product placement; Channel mktg in
watch, jewelry or accessories industry,
mng programs for dept stores & inde-
pendent retailers; Perf Mktg, SEA, pro-
grammatic & paid social; Digital mktg
analytical tools, incl Google Analytics,
AdWords, MS Office, Social Media
tools, SAP. Resume to Richemont
North America, Inc. at [email protected]
richemont.com& ref title in subject.

MARKETING: VP, Strategic Planning
(in NY, NY) Drv strat plan team's ef-
forts to devel strat rec to guide ad
sales/dist for media net portfolio. Lead
devel/imp of new prds/bus models.
Reqs: MBA in Strat Mngmt, related + 1
yr exp as Associate, Director or relat-
ed. Exp must include 1 yr in strat/bus
devel role managing cross-functional
media projects/partnerships w/ad tech,
social, mobile & digital video platforms
in entertainment/media industry. Re-
sumes: Diana Icaza, Legal, Viacom In-
ternational Inc. 1515 Broadway, NY, NY
10036

Mechanical Engineer-Estimatn &
projct mgt, engin & design of electr se-
curity/fire alm systs & mech syst con-
trols & home automatn.Oversee install,
operatn procedures,maint & repair of
electr svcs & integr into mech equip,
incl water & emerg power systs. Inter-
pret blueprints & schematics & integr
into electr/struc design. Resolve syst
malfunc & provide tech support. Use
Procore, AutoCad, ConEst Intellibid,
PlanGrid. Reqs: 4yrs exp in job,MS in
Mech or ElecEng Sal: $150,000/yr 40
hrs/wk M-F 9-5. Res: ECS Corp, 84 S.
Bayles Ave, PortWashington, NY 11050
Auth to work in US.

Model Review—NY, NY. Executemod-
el review as well as analyze and test
pricing and risk management models
for financial products, such as sover-
eign bonds, corporate bonds, municipal
bonds, convertible bonds, cash loans,
credit default swaps. For reqs. & to ap-
ply, visit https://careers.jpmorgan.com
& apply to job #:210030578. EOE, AAE,
M/F/D/V. JPMorgan Chase & Co. All
rights reserved. www.jpmorgan.com

MULTIPLE POSITIONS
Uber Technologies, Inc. has multiple
positions open in New York, NY for the
following. Refer to Ref# &mail resume
to Uber Technologies, Inc., Attn: G.
Pappas, 455 Market Street, 8th Floor,
San Francisco, CA 94105: Project
Manager, Restaurant Expansion
(Ref#5087901) Eval the courier exp in
relation to a nw prod called Ovr The
Top (OTT) whre couriers need to ordr
& pay for the food at the rsturnt. Strate-
gic Planning and Analytics Associate
(Ref#4721402) Prfrm rstrnt business
intllgnce & anlytcs mngmnt for US &
Canada Sales Ops Prgrms. Project Spe-
cialist (Ref#4664730) Facilitate and
lead hgh-impct initiativs to imprv the
Rstrnt exp on Uber Eats, as well as
attrct new hgh-value Rstrnt prtnrshps.
Trav req 30%.

Music Director (Flushing, NY)Direct&
conduct instrumental& vocal perfs by
church musicians& choir members.
Plan, sched, &ovrsee rehearsals
&perfs. Bachelor of Music & Korean
language fluency reqd. Res to Hyo Shin
Bible Presbyterian Church of NY, 4215
166th St. Flushing, NY 11358

PROFESSIONAL/ENGINEERING
Project/Program Manager needed by
Oath Holdings, Inc. in New York, NY.
Support multiple engineering teams
building products for one of the leading
digital news publishers in the world.
Use agile& kanban methodologies to
optimize the efficiency of each team &
reduce friction among product, design
& engineering partners Apply mail re-
sume: Oath, Attn: Jill Johnson, 701First
Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94089. Must refer-
ence job title & Ref#AGSHAA

Professional: Oath Holdings Inc. has
multiple openings in New York, NY
(various levels/types):
*Sr Director, Sales Trade Marketing.
Lead business to business marketing
strategy & execution, w/ go-to-market
approach.Travel Req'd. Ref. Job #
LAPERG.
*Price Yield Manager. Collect intel on
competitor data rates & pricing strate-
gies. Ref. Job # LAKHAA.
*Editor. Write breaking news stories &
maintain front page. Ref. Job # SA-
DA6832.
To apply, mail resume to Oath, Attn:
Jillian Johnson, 701 1st Ave., Sunny-
vale, CA 94089. Refer job title & num-
ber.

Project Manager (multiple openings)
at EXLService.com, LLC in Jersey Ci-
ty, NJ will dvlp big data hypotheses &
validate them for mktg, risk, & data
product analytics in the credit card &
payments sector. Position maywork at
various & unanticipated worksites
throughout the US. Reqs a Bach deg in
Engg, Technology, Comp Sci, Electro-
nic Engg, or closely rltd field, + 2 yrs of
prof'l big data processing, data extrac-
tion, & variable reduction exp. Must
incl 2 yrs of exp in: working w/ complex
data structures & large datasets in a
real business setting; model perfor-
mance monitoring metrics, incl KS,
ROC Curve, PSI, R-square, & Correla-
tion; writing complex queries & gener-
ating reports utilizing SAS, SQL, SPSS,
R, Hive, CART & Tableau s/ware; bldg,
stabilizing, validating, & monitoring
statistical models & ensuring that they
meet the client guidelines; prgmg exp
in at least 1 dvlpmt envrmt incl Python
or Ruby; big data technologies incl Pig,
Hive, Impala, HDFS, & HBase; key
modeling techniques incl logistic re-
gression, gradient boosting models
(GBM) or statistical clustering metho-
dologies; & delivering data analytics
presentations to clients, Sr. mgrs & ex-
ecs. Send resume & cvr letter to
[email protected] Must cite
job title & code 0644 in response.

Public Relations Coordinator for Cla-
rins Group North America, Inc. inManh
assist PR Dept across all PR & commu-
nications; prepare communications
materials; coordinate PR events; order
& maintain product samples; analyze
mktg & sales data; oversee long &
short term lead deliveries Bachelor's in
Public Relations + 2 yrs exp in job off'd
or High School diploma + 4 yrs expe in
job off'd req'd Respond LP/Clarins PO
Bx 4241 NYC 10163

Senior Analyst (Senior Designer) posi-
tion available with McKinsey & Com-
pany, Inc. US in NYC. Design and con-
duct user research plans for qualitative
approaches. Work within multi-
disciplinary team, to think through
business and user experience logic, to
solve client's business needs. Min ed
req's are Master's degree in Interac-
tion Design, Industrial Design, Artistic
Design, Engrg Design, Transdisciplina-
ry Design or related. Applicants must
have 2 yrs exp as a UX Designer or re-
lated. Exp must have included: design-
ing website/mobile applications, web-
sites, and service exp that balance user
needs, bus. objectives and technologi-
cal constraint; Interaction and Visual
design skills, including use of a diverse
set of software such as Adobe CS as
well as exp with MS Office; Rapid pro-
totyping tools such as Sketch, Axure,
Invision or Flinto; Agile software
dvlpmt processes and methodologies.
Exp of workshop facilitation with
stakeholders. Domestic travel typically
required. Destination & frequency im-
possible to predict. Email your resume
to [email protected] and refer to Job
# 4900219. No phone calls please. An
EOE

Senior Cost Manager (New York, NY):
Responsible for analyzing complex
construction projects to negotiate, de-
velop & submit competitive bids. Ana-
lyze plans & projects affecting multi-
million-dollar construction projects to
calculate competitive bids ensuring
profits on all projects. Incorporate
project terms & specs in service con-
tract agreements as blueprint for re-
spective obligations for all parties. Re-
view & analyze engineering plans,
technical drawings, blueprints & specs
to determine project cost. Evaluate
projects for quantity of materials & la-
bor required in selecting Subcontrac-
tors & add'l labor forces as necessary
w/in allocated budget. Develop project
plans to ensure effective utilization of
personnel, equipment, materials, &
subcontractors for project duration.
Reqs: Bachelor Degree/foreign equi-
valent in Construction Management
plus 24 mths experience in position-
/Quantity Surveyor. Mail CV to Line-
sight, 286 Madison Avenue, Ste. 602,
New York, NY 10017. Attn: J. Fitzgerald,
Assoc. Director

Senior Commercialization Manager
with PepsiCo, Inc. in Purchase, NY.
Gather, study, & dvlp recommendatns
for a newmodel, framework & reqd or-
ganization changes to achieve Pepsi-
Co's innovation.Position reqs: Bach deg
(U.S. or foreign equiv) in Bus Admin,
Mktg, Sci, Comp Sci or rel deg & 7 yrs of
exp in the job offered or rel role. Must
have 3 yrs of exp w/: defining, building
& implementing toolkits, framework &
behavior changes needed to deliver
high corporate value;identifying course
corrections that ensure portfolio rev-
enue targets are achieved; executing
global projects in multiple mkts & re-
gions; communicating & presenting to
sr audience EVP level, synthesizing
complex & large datasets & challenges
into understandable & actionable for-
mat; creation & building original ideas;
& leading ambiguous issues through to
creative solutions. Must have 2 yrs of
exp working w/ Supply Chain resources
/employees in the dvlpmnt of a toolkit
& framework that enable clear assess-
ment of the supply chain. Travel reqd
5% of the time. Qualified Applicants:
Visit http://www.pepsicojobs.com.
Enter req ID: 219469BR into the “Job
Title or Keyword” field & hit enter. Click
on the matching job & follow directions
to submit resume.

Senior Engineer, QuantMacro Techno-
logy (WorldQuant, LLC / New York,
NY). Design & build statisticl models &
reprts for quant macro tradng port-
flios. Reqs Master's in Mathmatcs,
Comp Sci, Analytcl Finance, or clsly
rltd fld & 1 yr of exp in job offered or 1
yr exp as Analyst or in similar posi-
tion(s). Bkgd in educ, traing, or exp
must incl demnstratd knwldge of mean
variance optmizatn, numerical solvrs,
predictve anlysis, market impact anly-
sis, and game theory; exp w/ C++ or
Python; exp in financl quantitatve anly-
sis, data sci, and/or portfolio anlysis.
Send resumes to
[email protected];
ref job title in subjct line.

Lead Software Development w/Stan-
dard & Poor's Financial Services, LLC
in NY, NY. Dvlp web-based apps using
Java, J2EE, Angular, MVC, RESTful
Web Services, Spring MVC, Spring
Boot, SQL & PL/SQL using databases
such as Oracle & SQL server. Position
reqs a Bach Deg (US or foreign equiv)
in Comp Sci, Info Systems or rel & 8 yrs
of exp in the job offered or rel role.
Must have 8 yrs of exp w/ Java, J2EE&
Full Stack Dvlpmnt. Must have 6 yrs of
exp w/ Database Dvlpmnt. Must have 4
yrs of exp w/ Rest API; Workflow tech-
nologies; & leading & guiding a team.
Must have 3 yrs of exp w/ Bus Process
Mgmt tool; & Software Analysis & De-
sign. Must have 2 yrs of exp w/: Java
Script Framework; Angular; Amazon
Web Services, Devops; App Simplifica-
tion & Rationalization; & Writing Tech
Design & Spec docs. Must have 1 yr of
exp w/ overview of software dvlpmnt
in server less architecture. Qualified
Applicants: Email resumes to
[email protected]
com & ref the job code 257315. S&PGlo-
bal is an equal opportunity employer
committed to making all employment
decisions w/out regard to race/ethnici-
ty, gender, pregnancy, gender identity
or expression, color, creed, religion, na-
tional origin, age, disability, marital sta-
tus (incl domestic partnerships & civil
unions), sexual orientation, military ve-
teran status, unemployment status, or
any other basis prohibited by federal,
state or local law. Only electronic job
submissions will be considered for em-
ployment. If you need an accommoda-
tion during the application process due
to a disability, please send an email to:
[email protected] &
your request will be forwarded to the
appropriate person. The EEO is the
Law Poster http://www.dol.gov/ofccp
/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/
eeopost.pdf describes discrimination
protections under federal law.

SOFTWARE-Norgate Technology, Inc.
in Garden City, NY is seek'g 1) Soft-
ware Developers to create unit & fxnl
test scripts. 2)Sr. Infrastructure Integra-
tion Specialists to plan, implmnt,
upgrde & monitor secty measures. No
trvl; no telecom. Job duties are proj-
based @ various unanticipated sites
w/in U.S.which may req. relo @ end of
each proj.Mail resumes: Norgate Tech-
nology, Inc. Attn: HR, 200 Garden City
Plaza, Ste. 208, Garden City, NY 11530

SOFTWARE-Broadridge Financial So-
lutions, Inc. seeks Senior Software En-
gineer for Edgewood, NY. Bachelor's
degree in Comp Sci, Info Tech, rel + 5
yrs of exp. Send resume+cvr ltr to:
[email protected] Ref.
code required: Senior Software En-
gineer. 17569-188.

Software Engineering—NY, NY. Gath-
er business requirements & design &
develop software. For reqs. & to apply,
visit https://careers.jpmorgan. com &
apply to job #:210032877. EOE, AAE,
M/F/D/V. JPMorgan Chase & Co. All
rights reserved. www.jpmorgan.com

Software Engineering—NY, NY. Gath-
er business requirements & design &
develop software. For reqs. & to apply,
visit http://careers.jpmorgan. com &
apply to job #:210033336. EOE, AAE,
M/F/D/V. JPMorgan Chase & Co. All
rights reserved. www.jpmorgan.com

Software Engineering—NY, NY. Gath-
er business requirements & design &
develop software. For reqs. & to apply,
visit https://careers.jpmorgan. com &
apply to job #:210032658. EOE, AAE,
M/F/D/V. JPMorgan Chase & Co. All
rights reserved. www.jpmorgan.com

Software Engineering—NY, NY. Gath-
er business requirements & design &
develop software. For reqs. & to apply,
visit https://careers.jpmorgan. com &
apply to job #:210033028. EOE, AAE,
M/F/D/V. JPMorgan Chase & Co. All
rights reserved. www.jpmorgan.com

Statistician. Apply data collection met-
hods through bldg queries & proce-
dures to accomplish customer data re-
quests. Conduct data analytics for busi-
ness solutions. Utilize ML algorithms to
provide efficient model predictions.
Use data & statistical tests to evaluate-
/target new customers. Jobsite: NY,
NY. Reqs a master's deg or foreign
equiv in Statistics or Data Science. Mail
resumes to Attn: HR, Willdan Lighting
and Electric, 2401 E. Katella, #300, An-
aheim, CA 92806.

SVP, Specialist, Impressionist &
Modern Art (NY, NY) Resp for secur-
ing consignments & selling sales for
the Impressionist & Modern Art dept.
Lead mid-to-long term strategic initia-
tives to manage & grow the client base.
Min req: Bach of Arts deg & 5 yrs of exp
planning & organizing the acquisition &
exhibition of works of art w/ a global
auction house. Exp identifying, re-
searching & maintaining works of art
for authentication & valuation purpo-
ses. Exp researching, arranging & se-
curing art consignments & organizing
art auctions. Domestic & int'l travel
reqd - frequency & duration impossible
to predict. Resumes to Sotheby's Inc.,
Attn: Talent Acquisition Associate, 1334
York Ave, NY, NY 10021 - ref code:
FASVPSIMA. No calls or agencies
please.

Teacher: High School Biology Teacher-
Resp for teaching Biology to HS stu-
dents, prep lesson plans, revi assign-
ments, prep/review exams, & attend
dept meetings. Masters in Biological
Sciences or rel & 1 yr exp in the job of-
fered or related. Send resume & cover
ltr to D. May, Salanter Akiba Riverdale
HS: 503 W 259th St, Riverdale, NY 10471.

Technical Solutions Manager w/ S&P
Global, Inc. in NY, NY. Work closely w/
Architecture, Tech, & Program Mgmt
team on individual Editorial apps & ca-
pabilities such as Content Creation,
News Letter platforms, Real time news
platforms, Price Reporting & Content
Packaging, & Distribution & Delivery
w/in the Editorial segment of Platts.
Position reqs a Bach deg (US or foreign
equiv) in Comp Sci, Bus Admin, or rel
field & 8 yrs of exp in the job offered or
rel role. Must have 8 yrs of exp w/ Core
Java, J2EE, JSP, JavaScript, Spring,
SOAP, REST, JMS, XML & ORM
frameworks. Must have 6 yrs of exp
designing Rich User Interface apps
using HTML, CSS & JavaScript libra-
ries such as jQuery, ext js. Must have 5
yrs of exp w/: multiple app, web ser-
vers that incl WebLogic, JBoss, Tom-
cat, & Apache; configuring clustered
app servers; & Publishing Apps incl
Adobe Creative Suite. Must have 3 yrs
of exp w/: databases incl RDMS,
NoSQL & Graph; DevOps practices, &
using tools & technologies such as An-
sible for configuration mgmt, & Jen-
kins & GO for Continuous Integration &
Delivery; web based content authoring,
content mgmt platforms; & app securi-
ty, single sign on, high availability, &
scalability. Must have 2 yrs of exp w/:
OpenText Products, Content Hub for
Publishers v16.x, Information Hub v16.x
& BIRT; cloud infrastructure, EC2, EBS,
EFS, VPC, Route 53, Elastic Load Ba-
lancing & Managed Services such as
S3, RDS, Lambda, API Gateway, SQS &
SNS; & defining and driving adoption of
enterprise ref architectures using TO-
GAF. Qualified Applicants: Email re-
sumes to PeopleMovementSupport
@spglobal. com & ref the job code
257092. S&P Global is an equal opportu-
nity employer committed to making all
employment decisions w/out regard to
race/ethnicity, gender, pregnancy,
gender identity or expression, color,
creed, religion, national origin, age, dis-
ability, marital status (incl domestic
partnerships and civil unions), sexual
orientation, military veteran status, un-
employment status, or any other basis
prohibited by federal, state or local law.
Only electronic job submissions will be
considered for employment. If you
need an accommodation during the ap-
plication process due to a disability,
please send an email to:
[email protected] &
your request will be forwarded to the
appropriate person. The EEO is the
Law Poster http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/
regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.
pdf describes discrimination protec-
tions under federal law.

VP, Inv Product Specialist — NY, NY.
Providing quantitative analysis & tools
for portfolio tactical allocation deci-
sions & multi-asset class portfolio con-
struction. Investigate mrkt behavior,
dvlp robust analytical tools for risk an-
alysis & alpha generation, & update
portfolio & mrkt analysis & models uti-
lized across Private Bank platform glo-
bally. PhD or equiv in Eng'g (any),
Math, Ops Research, Physics, or rel
quantitative field + 1 yr relevant exp
OR Master's or equiv in Eng'g (any),
Math, Ops Research, Physics, or rel
quantitative field, + 4 yrs relevant exp.
Exp prog'g in Matlab. Exp performing
stat analysis. Demonstrated knowl of
mrkt risk. Demonstrated knowl of risk
modeling & risk mgmt. across asset
classes incl equities & fixed income.
Demonstrated knowl of optimization
techniques incl linear & non-linear
prog'g. Demonstrated knowl of fin'l
data sources incl Bloomberg & Mor-
ningstar. Demonstrated knowl of dba-
ses & data query languages incl SQL.
Employer will accept any amount of
prof'l exp w/req'd skills. To apply, visit
https://careers.jpmorgan.com/us/en/
professionals & apply to job #
210037419. EOE, AAE, M/F/D/V. J.P.
Morgan Chase is a marketing name of
JPMorgan Chase & Co. The Chase
Manhattan Bank is a subsidiary of J.P.
Morgan Chase & Co. 2003 J.P. Morgan
Chase & Co. All rights reserved.
www.jpmorganchase.com

VP, Energy - Oil & Gas w/ ING Finan-
cial Services in New York, NY. Identify
financial needs for client prospects &
convert those needs into worldwide ap-
plicable wholesale banking products &
svcs. Rqmts: Bach deg in finance or ac-
counting. Must have min 3 yrs exp
working w/ finance trans involving
multiple counterparties. Requires exp
working w/ financial products incl. let-
ter of credit, debt/ equity capital mark-
ets, syndication, export credit agency
structures, loan agency services & loan
security structures; due diligence of
transaction contracts; negotiating fi-
nancing term sheet/ loan docs; credit
analysis incl. knowledge of IFRS,
GAAP; banks' fund transfer pricing
mechanism, green light, credit process
& loan closing incl. KYC; leading syndi-
cated transactions; & exp working w/
Bloomberg, LoanIQ, & Debtdomain.
Send resume to ING, Human Resour-
ces Recruitment Dept, 1133 Ave of the
Americas, NY, NY 10036. Must refer to
job TPNVP.

Wealth Management—New York, NY.
Identify potential process improve-
ments and collaborate with PM teams
to enable those improvements. For
reqs. & to apply, visit
https://careers.jpmorgan.com & apply
to job #:210033242. EOE, AAE,
M/F/D/V. JPMorgan Chase & Co. All
rights reserved. www.jpmorgan.com

Sr Web/App Developer (NY, NY) Na-
tional September 11 Memorial &
Museum: Guide code reviews of soft-
ware dvlpd internally or by contracted
vendors pushed onto the organizations
central code repository, identify & fix
any potent'l performance issues or
functionality limitations. Reqs: Bach
deg (US or for equiv) in Comp Sci,
Comp Engg or rel & 3 years of exp in
job offd, as a Sftwre Engrr, IT Conslt,
App Integr Engirr or rel pos. Prior exp
must incl 2 years w/ t follo: custom in-
teractive app dvlpmnt using Python
Flask & Adobe Air Frameworks; co-
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Craft Dolls
That Catch
Your Worries

There’s a lot to worry about these days.
With Covid-19 cases rising, the new
darkness of standard time and the elec-
tion taking place in a few days, every-
one could use an extra outlet to release
some anxiety. It’s the perfect week to
turn your newspaper into a handful of
worry dolls.

Worry dolls, or muñecas quitapena,
originate in the highlands of Guatema-
la, and legend has it that if you whisper
your worries to these tiny dolls before
bed and put them under your pillow,
your worries will be gone when you
wake up.

They are traditionally made out of
wood or wire and decorated with fabric
and other materials. It’s easy to make
your own version of these humble tiny
dolls with a little bit of newspaper and
a few things from around the house.
Keep them safe in a homemade envel-
ope or a small bag. Who knows, you
may even sleep a little more soundly
getting all those extra worries out
before bed.

BY CHRISTY HARMON

Send us photographs of your completed worry dolls or

ideas for crafts that involve newspaper. Email us at

[email protected]

WHAT YOU’LL NEED
• Newspaper

• Scissors

• Toothpick

• White glue

• Colored markers

• Colorful embroidery thread

or string

Cut about a two-inch-wide strip from

the paper, from the bottom of the

page to the center fold. Cut off

one-third of the strip, then cut that

horizontally into two long pieces.

You now have three small pieces

of newspaper to make two dolls.

Using the toothpick, roll the largest

piece of paper tightly around it

(but not so tight you can’t pull it out).

Put a small amount of glue along

the end and finish rolling.

Gently take out the toothpick

and cut the paper cylinder in half.

These will be the body pieces.

Follow the same steps of rolling and

gluing the two smaller pieces of

newspaper. These will be the arms.

You should now have four small

newspaper rolls.

Using the toothpick, make an

indentation in both of the larger

“body” rolls one-third of the way

from the top. Put a small dot of

glue in the indentation.

Place one of the smaller “arms”

on top, perpendicular to the body,

and push down gently.

Crumple a tiny piece of scrap

newspaper and glue to the top

and let it dry. Once set, trim the

arms a bit shorter so you have a

lowercase “t” shape. You now

have the base for two dolls.

Use a marker to color the hair, face,

arms and body of each doll. The head

and arms should be one color, and

the lower body part another color.

With your embroidery thread or

string, wrap an “x” shape around the

arms and body, leaving a tail piece

unwrapped. Continue wrapping

around the arms and body until the

newspaper underneath is covered.

Tie the thread in a knot with the tail

piece, trim excess thread and

poke the strings under with the

toothpick to hide the ends.

Your dolls are ready

to hear your fears.

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ACROSS

1 Puzzle solvers’ reactions

5 Volleyball pass off the forearms

6 Round near the end of a

tournament

8 “For Pete’s ___!”

9 Volleyball court divider


DOWN

1 Core muscles, for short

2 Color tones

3 Capital of Jordan

4 Volleyball smash into the

opponent’s court

7 Overhead pass in volleyball

1 2 3 4 5

6

7

8

9

PUZZLE BY ZHOUQIN BURNIKEL

ACROSS

1 Gold purity measure

6 Taste found in shrimp paste

7 Out of fashion

8 Layer that reduces radiation

9 Drops in the mailbox


DOWN

1 “Good job!”

2 Bowl over

3 Boca ___, Florida

4 Modify, as a law

5 Ocean motions

1 2 3 4 5

6

7

8

9

PUZZLE BY CLAIRE MUSCAT

ACROSS

1 Hybrid tournament format

6 Zodiac sign after Virgo

7 What leads to hate, per Yoda

8 “No Strings Attached” boy band

9 Last amendment in the Bill of Rights


DOWN

1 Purposely placed audience member

2 ___ and repeat (shampoo bottle

instruction)

3 Delivery doc

4 “Well ___ you special!”

5 Bad month for Caesar

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10

11 12

13 14

15 16 17 18

19 20

21 22 23

24 25

26 27

PUZZLE BY BRUCE HAIGHT

ACROSS

1 “Moreover ...”

5 California’s Alameda or Alhambra

9 Catcher’s equipment

10 Shrek, for one

11 “California Girls” group

13 “Addams Family” cousin

14 The last “A” of LACMA

15 Concert options for 11-

or 21-Across

19 Mer contents

20 First name in Notre Dame

football history

21 “California Gurls” singer

24 “That ___ say ...”

25 Country club monthly fee

26 Partner of now

27 Computer command


DOWN

1 Sphere of influence

2 Deceive

3 Oscar or Golden Globe

4 Like some non-Rx meds

5 Snake charmer’s snake

6 Words before leaving

7 “Give it a shot”

8 Word shouted in a famous Meg

Ryan movie scene

12 Entertained in one’s loft, say

16 Silky synthetic

17 Goofed up

18 Permission

21 Young fox

22 Wood used to make baseball bats

23 U.C.L.A. address ending

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