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LAKE COUNTY CLASSIC UNDER WAY AT HARBOR HILLS, B1 LAKE COUNTY JURY: Landlord found guilty of second-degree murder A3 PROPOSAL: Sheriff considering taking over Animal Services A3 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Friday, March 28, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com Vol. 138 No. 87 5 sections INDEX CLASSIFIED D1 COMICS C6 CROSSWORDS D6 DIVERSIONS C7 LEGALS D1 BUSINESS B5 AROUND THE BLOCK C1 OBITUARIES A4 SPORTS B1 VOICES A7 REAL ESTATE E1 TODAYS WEATHER Detailed forecast on page A8. 78 / 66 Couple of thunderstorms 50 TOP WEEKENDS 3 An Amphicars Splash-in is planned from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in Mount Dora. Cars will be seen driving around town until these amphibious vehicles hit the boat ramp at Gilbert Park. Habitat for Humanity of Lake-Sumter is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a concert in Eustis Ferran Park from 6 to 10 p.m. today with DarkWolf, Boggy Creek and Pistol Holler. The concert is free. 25TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT The Sunnyland Antique & Classic Boat Show will see 250-plus boats on display in the water and on land from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today through Sunday at Wooton Park in Tavares. Cost is $5. ANTIQUE & CLASSIC BOAT SHOW AMPHICARS SPLASH-IN SET FOR MOUNT DORA 1 2 3 PETER LEONARD Associated Press KIEV, Ukraine The world rushed to help Ukraine on Thursday, with the International Monetary Fund pledg ing up to $18 billion in loans, the U.N. con demning the vote that drove Crimea into Rus sian hands and the U.S. Congress approving even harsher sanctions against Russia. Yet even with such intensive help to prop up Ukraines teetering economy, the prime minister warned of painful times ahead from the necessary economic reforms and home energy pric es were certain to rise quickly. Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Ty moshenko, one of the IMF to help Ukraine with up to $18B bailout PAVEL GOLOVKIN / AP Members of the Crimean self defense forces gather for their morning brieng prior to patrolling Simferopol, Crimea, Thursday. ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.com Picture the 226-foottall Florida Citrus Tow er in Clermont turned into a giant Muslim Mosque, where an Islam ic call to worship would be broad casted from its speakers across the countryside. Its hard to imagine, but not for longtime resident Greg Homan, who wants to sell the iconic tourist attrac tion to the city for $2.5 million. Although hes considered putting the tower on the market of cially, the thought of unknown private buyers makes him nervous. Ive always said all along that Clermont, or the Chamber (of Commerce), or something along those lines, should be the next owners of the tower, Homan said, JIM TURNER The News Service of Florida Red-light cameras wont be turned off in Florida this year. Without enough votes lined up, Senate Transportation Chair man Jeff Brandes put the brakes on a bill (SB 144) that focused on repealing the states red-light camera law. Instead, he pro posed changes to increase regu lations on the use of the devices. But Brandes Transportation Committee on Wednesday didnt act on the proposed changes, deciding to postpone a vote on his rewritten bill. That show s you the pow er of this (red light camera) indus try, said Brandes who maintained his opposition to the Mark Wandall Trafc Safety Act of 2010, the states red-light camera law, after the postponement. What youre seeing is munic ipalities that have become ad dicted to the funds, and in many of these cities its not about safe ty, Brandes added. Its become a backdoor tax increase. While moving away from a re peal, Brandes proposed chang es that would allow new cam eras at intersections but only if their use is justied through traf c engineering studies a re quirement that is included in a House bill. Also, money generat ed from red-light camera tickets would have to be used for trafc safety improvements, and juris dictions wouldnt be able to use the cameras if they fail to pro vide annual camera-enforce ment reports to the state. In early February, Brandes and Rep. Frank Artiles, R-M iami, held a press conference in the Capitol Brakes put on red-light camera repeal BRANDES AP FILE PHOTO This photo shows a package of K2, a concoction of dried herbs sprayed with chemicals. LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writer livi.stanford@dailycommercial.com L ake County commissioners are moving forward with plans to ban the sale of syn thetic marijuana countywide. Commissioners this week agreed to advertise an or dinance banning the drug, which health experts and the Lake County Sheriffs Ofce say has an adverse effect on children. Commonly marketed as pot pourri, incense or bath salts, and packaged in colorful cel lophane wrappers with brand names like Mr. Happy, syn thetic marijuana is frequently sold in convenience stores and smoke shops. Health experts say the substances can cause psychotic episodes in those that smoke them. Bath salts, meanwhile, are often sold as over-the-count er products used for bathing, but can be swallowed, snorted, smoked or injected to obtain a euphoric effect. Commissioner Sean Parks pushed for the ordinance af ter hearing about a child who went into cardiac arrest from taking the drug. The chemicals we are dis cussing today pose a big dan ger to our residents, he said. They are poisons that are be ing marketed to our kids. As the father of three young kids, it scares me. I think this will give the sheriffs department a tool to help tackle this issue. The drugs are sold as in cense, with exotic names like K2, Black Mamba and Spice. Other brands names appear to target children, like Scooby Snacks, Mad Hatter and Joker. The products are made from crushed leaves or garden trash BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Greg Homan, owner of the Citrus Tower in Clermont, wants to sell the iconic tourist attraction to the city for $2.5 million. TAVARES Commissioners moving to ban synthetic marijuana countywide The chemicals we are discussing today pose a big danger to our residents. They are poisons that are being marketed to our kids. As the father of three young kids, it scares me. I think this will give the sheriffs department a tool to help tackle this issue. Commissioner Sean Parks HOMAN CLERMONT Citrus Tower owner wants to sell to city SEE TOWER | A2 SEE SYNTHETIC | A2 SEE UKRAINE | A2 SEE REPEAL | A2

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A2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 HOW TO REACH US MARCH 27 CASH 3 ............................................... 6-4-4 Afternoon .......................................... 0-2-0 PLAY 4 ............................................. 1-6-1-7 Afternoon ....................................... 3-5-8-4 FLORIDA LOTTERY MARCH 26 FANTASY 5 ......................... 11-21-23-29-36 FLORIDA LOTTO ........... 2-16-24-32-40-47-X4 POWERBALL .................. 28-33-41-44-5921 THE NEWSPAPER OF CHOICE FOR LAKE AND SUMTER COUNTIES SINCE 1875 The Daily Commercial (ISSN 0896-1042) is published daily for $90.74 per year (plus Florida sales tax) by Halifax Media Group at 212 East Main Street, Leesburg, Florida. Periodicals postage is paid at the USPO, Leesburg, FL. POSTMASTER: Send all address changes to The Daily Commercial, P.O. Box 490007, Leesburg, FL 34749-0007. All material contained in this edition is property of The Daily Commercial and is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent from the publisher. Call 352-787-0600 in Lake County or 877-702-0600 in Sumter County 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. Call 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Satur day and 7 to 10 a.m. on Sunday. Call the Circulation Department 48 hours ahead to stop service. 365-8200 In Sumter County: 877-702-0600 ADVERTISING Retail ................... 365-8200 Classied ............. 314-3278 CIRCULATION Lake Co. ....... 352-787-0600 Sumter Co. ... 877-702-0600 Circulation Billing 787-0600 ACCOUNTING ...... 365-8216 MISSED YOUR NEWSPAPER? REDELIVERY NOT AVAILABLE IN ALTOONA OR SUMTER GOING ON VACATION SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: Call 352-787-0600 (Lake Co.) or 877-702-0600 (Sumter Co.) between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. 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Tax Total Daily/Sunday 28.43 1.99 30.42 50.05 3.50 53.56 90.74 6.35 97.09 SUBSCRIPTION RATES OUR COMMITMENT TO ACCURACY STAFF INFORMATION STEVE SKAGGS publisher 352-365-8213 ........................... steve.skaggs@dailycommercial.com MARY MANNING-JACOBS advertising director 352-365-8287 ............... mary.manning-jacobs@dailycommercial.com NEWSROOM CONTACTS TOM MCNIFF executive editor 352-365-8250 ............................... tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com WHITNEY WILLARD copy desk chief 352-365-8258 .......................... whitney.willard@dailycommercial.com PAUL RYAN digital editor 352-365-8270 .................................. paul.ryan@dailycommercial.com TO REPORT LOCAL NEWS SCOTT CALLAHAN, news editor 352-365-8203 ........................... scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com REPORTERS LIVI STANFORD county government, schools 352-365-8257 .............................. livi.stanford@dailycommercial.com ROXANNE BROWN South Lake County 352-394-2183 ......................... roxanne.brown@dailycommercial.com MILLARD IVES police and courts 352-365-8262 ................... millard.ives@dailycommercial.com THERESA CAMPBELL Leesburg and The Villages 352-365-8209 ................. theresa.campbell@dailycommercial.com AUSTIN FULLER business news, Mount Dora, Eustis, Tavares 352-365-8263 ......................... austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com SPORTS RESULTS Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by call ing 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Submissions also can be emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com. FRANK JOLLEY sports editor 352-365-8268 ................................ frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com GOOD FOR YOU AND CELEBRATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS Email news about your awards and personal or professional mile stones along with a photo, if you desire - to pam.fennimore@ dailycommercial.com. fearing a private owner might let the tower fall into disrepair. The other thing I thought of is that if I found a worthy private investor of the tower, and they turned around and sold it to a Muslim Mosque, and they did a call to worship off the top of it a couple of times a day Im just throw ing (out) an example and not trying to spook you, but its important for the city that you control it, he told city council members at a workshop this week. The tower was built in 1956 to allow visitors to observe the miles of Cen tral Florida orange groves before they turned into rooftops. At more than 500 feet above sea level, it is the highest observa tion point in the state. The tower was one of several attractions that tourists went out of their way to visit before Walt Disney ever considered building a theme park in Orlando. Other old-time attractions still operating today include Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales, Sunken Gardens in St. Petersburg, Gatorland in Orlando, Sarasota Jun gle Gardens in Saraso ta, Monkey Jungle and Parrot Jungle in Miami, Marineland in St. Augus tine, Cypress Gardens (now Legoland) in Win ter Haven, Silver Springs in Ocala and Weeki Wa chee Springs in Spring Hill. Homan said he won a scholarship to thenLake Sumter Community College based on a pic ture he drew of the tow er while attending Cl ermont High School. In 1995, he purchased the tower and, since then, its brought him both work, prot and the sat isfaction of knowing that hes kept the structure in good condition. Now, at age 58, Homan said hes ready to sell but doesnt want just anyone purchasing the tower. Its been a good ride, but Ive reached my limit and wherewithal, nan cially, age-wise and men tally, regarding what I can do with it, Homan said. I need someone to take it to the next level and in my opinion, the city of Clermont is the only worthy buyer. I know Im probably shooting my self in the foot for saying that, but, in my heart, I feel its true. Homan said he and his wife, Suzie, purchased the tower for $750,000 in 1995 in order to nurse it back to health. He said the previous owners did not maintain the tower. A roof replacement, ex tensive cleaning, reno vations, paint and other things cost him an addi tional $1 million. The tower comes with 11,000 square feet of ofce space, a 1,000-square-foot kitch en and an elevator to the observation decks, Ho man said. He also dis closed he pays about $6,000 in taxes on the property each year. According to Homan, the tower cannot be torn down because of agree ments with companies that have placed anten nas on the top of it. Mayor Hal Turville, a lifelong resident of Cl ermont, questioned the towers protability and whether it was the citys place to take on the task of running a business. Mayor Pro Tem Keith Mullins said he would like to hear what peo ple in the area had to say about the issue. I think Id rather see it in quasi-government hands, he said. City Manager Darren Gray and Councilman Tim Bates were worried about the cost. I agree with Greg that the Citrus Tower is a landmark for us, Gray said. But I just look at nances and how there are other needs the com munity wants, and other needs out there, and do we have the funding to actually purchase this? Gray asked. Im not saying we cant work with other groups. At the end of the work shop, the consensus among council members since no votes can be taken at workshops was to advance the issue to a future council meet ing, where council mem bers, with public input, can discuss whether or not to purchase. TOWER FROM PAGE A1 and then sprayed with power ful concentrated laboratory-synthesized chemicals that resemble THC, the active mind-al tering ingredient in mar ijuana, according to Dr. Morton Levitt, senior as sociate dean for faculty affairs and professor of clinical biomedical sci ence at Florida Atlantic University. In 2013, Florida out lawed more than 140 chemicals used in syn thetic marijuana. Lev itt said manufacturers have found ways around the ban by altering the chemical formulations minimally. The problem is they keep continuous ly changing the nomen clature of the chemical, said Cpl. Tom Willis with the narcotics unit of the Lake County Sheriffs Of ce. Once the Florida Department of Law En forcement gets it on the list for illegal substances, the chemists change the chemical. Willis said there is a sixmonth gap between when law enforcement iden ties the new s ubstance and when it is put on the list of banned substances. Children are using the drug more than adults, Willis said. The majority of our complaints are in refer ence to parents calling about the stuff, he said. Sheriff Gary Borders also appeared before the commission in support of the ordinance. Clinicians treating ad olescents at Lifestream, a behavioral health and social services organi zation that provides in patient and outpatient treatment, reported they had 123 clients over the past year who used syn thetic marijuana. The problem is enor mous among adoles cents, the clinicians who could not be identied because of condentiality issues wrote in an email to the Daily Commercial Society is not as harsh as it used to be, said Lori Shallcross, child clinical services director at Lifestream, referring to attitudes toward mar ijuana use in general. Therefore, youth view it as not too bad or no worse than alcohol. Clinicians reported to Shallcross that the drug could have an effect on the brain. It is well document ed to be risky in that is hard to judge how much is too much, and what gets a teen high on one day might lead that child to the brink of death on the next day, the clini cian wrote. Debi MacIntyre, ex ecutive director of the Safe Climate Coalition of Lake County, a commu nity coalition that focus es on youth substance abuse and violence pre vention, said the use of synthetic marijua na causes psychological and physical side effects. With K2 or Spice you have everything from ex treme nervousness to hallucinations and sei zures, she told commis sioners. Bath salts are more extreme, causing paranoia, psychosis and violent behavior. Adolescents interest in drugs is starting at a young age with reports of children in an ele mentary school crushing up Smarties candies and trying to snort them to replicate drug behavior, MacIntyre said. People are having psychotic breaks and go ing into a deep psycho sis they are not coming out of, she said. A recent 2012 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey of ninth to 12th graders in Lake and Sumter counties found that 5.8 percent of Lake and 4.2 percent of Sum ter students reported synthetic marijuana use in the past 30 days. In the rst six months of 2012 there were 375 calls per month of peo ple becoming ill on Spice, according to the Florida Poison Informa tion Center. Those calls are trend ing upward, according to county ofcials. Hillsborough, Bro ward, Miami-Dade, Her nando and Pasco coun ties have instituted similar ordinances, and ofcials claim these laws have been effective in deterring the problem. In Hillsborough Coun ty, the sale of the drug has almost been wiped out, according to Lar ry McKinnon, detective with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Ofce. If the ordinance is adopted in the county, those who violate it will face a civil ne of $500 for the rst offense and $1,000 for any re peat violation within ve years of a previous of fense, according to the ordinance. SYNTHETIC FROM PAGE A1 countrys most polariz ing gures, announced she would run for pres ident in the May 25 vote a move sure to usher in strong emo tions in Ukraines tur bulent politics. President Barack Obama called the swell of international sup port a concrete sig nal of how the world is united with Ukraine. The decision to go forward with an IMF program is going to re quire a lot of courage, Obama said, speaking in Rome. It will require some tough decisions. Russia shrugged off the torrent of criti cism directed at its an nexation of Crimea. President Vladimir Putins government an nounced it would set up its own payment system to rival Visa and MasterCard after the two companies pulled their services from some Russian banks in the wake of interna tional sanctions. In a passionate ad dress to parliament in Kiev, Prime Minis ter Arseniy Yatsenyuk warned that Ukraine was on the brink of economic and nan cial bankruptcy and laid out the xes need ed to put the country back on track. The time has come to tell the truth, to do difcult and unpopu lar things, Yatsenyuk said, adding that Ukraine was short $25.8 billion equiv alent to the entire state budget for this year. The IMF loan, which is expected to range between $14 billion and $18 billion, hing es on structural re forms that Ukraine has pledged to undertake. Ukraines new gov ernment nds itself caught between the demands of interna tional creditors and a restive population that has endured decades of economic stagna tion, corruption and mismanagement. The reforms demanded by the IMF which include raising tax es, freezing the mini mum wage and hiking energy prices will hit households hard and are likely to strain the interim govern ments tenuous hold on power. Ukraine, a nation of 46 million people, is battling to install a semblance of normal cy since President Vik tor Yanukovych was ousted in February after months of pro tests ignited by his de cision to back away from closer relations with the EU and turn toward Russia. Over the last few weeks, an interim government has formed, Ukraine lost Crimea to Russia and further possible military incursions by Russia are feared. UKRAINE FROM PAGE A1 to highlight a report from the Ofce of Pro gram Policy Analysis & Government Account ability, the Legislatures non-partisan policy of ce. The report found there were fewer fatal ities but more crashes at electronically moni tored intersections and that nes issued due to the technology cost mo torists nearly $119 mil lion last year. That is the central question fueling a de bate over red light cam eras in Clermont. City ofcials implement ed cameras at six inter sections in January in what they said was an effort to improve safety at State Road 50 inter sections. The public outcry was almost immediate, however. Ninety per cent of the more th an 3,000 citations issued between early January and mid-February were to motorists turning right on red, which city ofcials said was not their intent when they installed the cameras. Clermont ofcials re viewed video of all the infractions and end ed up dismissing 70 percent. They further pledged to exercise more discretion in issu ing citations for righton-red turns. Sen. Jeff Clemens, a Lake Worth Democrat who made a motion Wednesday for post ponement, said the de lay will give committee members time to step back and take a better look at the proposed changes. Brandes, R-St. Peters burg, views the camer as as simply a revenue generator for local com munities. But he ac knowledged that there isnt enough support in the Senate to repeal the cameras. That was evi dent Wednesday when he couldnt get his own committee to approve three amendments to his rewritten bill. Two of the amend ments failed on 4-4 partly line votes, with Republican Senators Greg Evers of Baker and Miguel Diaz de la Porti lla of Miami absent. One of those amend ments, opposed by the Florida Police Chiefs Association and Flori da Sheriffs Association, would have allowed motorists to employ a rolling stop at speeds up to 15 mph when taking a right-on-red turns if no pedestrians were in the crosswalk at camera-monitored in tersections. The committee also rejected, by a 5-3 vote, an amendment that would have required only warnings to be is sued to owners of vehi cles caught on camera going through trafc signals 0.5 seconds af ter the colors changed from yellow to red. Brandes said he might reintroduce the amendments when the bill returns next week. REPEAL FROM PAGE A1

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com ... and well share it with our readers. Some of our best story ideas and photos come from our readers. So dont hesitate to share your youth activities, awards, accomplishments, festivals, charity events and other things that make our communities special. And dont overlook those family milestones birthdays, engagements, marriages, business promotions and military news. Just email your photos and news to ... pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com IF YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING, RECORD IT LEESBURG Police and firefighters go head-to-head Police and reghters will join forces in a friendly competition to see who can recruit the most blood donors for their Battle of the Badges from 2 to 8 p.m., today in a lot at the intersection of Canal Street and Magnolia Street in Leesburg. Donors must be 16 and bring a photo ID. EUSTIS Fifth Annual Barto Prize awarded Saturday Renowned classical pianist Tzimon Barto will announce the winner and perform the winning piece at the Fifth Annual Barto Prize Concert at Bay Street Players histor ic State Theatre, at 109 N. Bay St., at 7:30 p.m., on Saturday. Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for students and may be purchased online at www.baystreetplayers.tix. com or by phone at 352-357-7777. The box ofce is open weekdays from 1 to 6 p.m., and two hours be fore each performance. For information, call the Bay Street Players box ofce at 352-357-7777. EUSTIS Habitat for Humanity hosts 25th anniversary party The community is invited to cele brate with the many volunteers and supporters of the group at a 25th year anniversary celebration from 6 to 10 p.m., Friday at Ferran Park in downtown Eustis. Guests will enjoy a variety of food vendors, activities, three great bands including, Dark Wolf, Boggy Creek and Pistol Holler, and 93.7 K Country will be on the grounds from 7 to 9 p.m. For information about the free event, call Habitat for Humanity at 352-483-0434. LAKE COUNTY Annual Lake County pageant celebrates 25 years Applications are available for the 25th annual Miss Lake County Fair Pageant to be held April 6 at the Lake County Fairgrounds. With eight age divisions, girls from infants to age 18 are eligible and can register on or before April 5. Applications are available at www.lakecofair.com or by calling 352-326-4217. EUSTIS Artisans sought for Lake County Fair competition Lake County artists are invited to enter the annual art show at the Lake County Fair taking place April 3-12, at the fairgrounds, located at the intersection of State Road 44 and County Road 452, in Eustis. Entry forms and rules are avail able at www.lakecofair.com or via email to, lakecofair@aol.com, or by call Shirley Sojourner for informa tion at, 352-394-7338. State & Region NEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com A Lake County jury found a landlord guilty in the 2012 shooting death of a tenant on Thursday afternoon. It took the jury more than three hours to come back with a second-de gree murder verdict against Pablo Infante, 47, who admitted he killed Jeffrey Allen Henrickson Sr. as the victim held his 18-month granddaughter. Infante had claimed the shooting was in self-de fense. Infante had been charged with rst-degree murder and was facing mandatory life in prison if convicted on the charge. The jurys downgrade to second-degree murder means a judge can sen tence him to between 25 years and life. Standing outside the Lake County courtroom Thursday afternoon, As sistant Public Defender Morris Carranza said the jury must not have be lieved the shooting was premeditated. Lets say it was a favor able outcome, Carranza said of the verdict. A sentencing date has not been set. The shooting occurred in front of the home In fante rented to the vic tim on Discovery Road in Staff Report Beginning Tuesday, Tremain Street from Fifth Avenue to Lincoln Avenue in Mount Dora will be converted from a two-way road to a one-way road in preparation of the Tremain Street Greenway. The Tremain Street Greenway project involves the conversion of a 12 foot-wide one-way northbound residential street into a 10 footwide multi-use trail, Kelda Senior, the citys public information ofcer, said in a press release. The trail will be constructed on the west side of the road (current southbound lane), while the east side of the road will remain open for northbound vehic ular trafc. During this transition, Tremain Street will be divided with trafc barrels providing the new one-way road on the east side of the existing road and the construction zone for the future multi-use trail on the west side of the existing road. Road signs and additional barri cades will be installed to provide di rection and delineation for the new one-way road. Properties on the west side of Tremain Street will contin ue to be provided access to the new northbound one-way road across the construction zone throughout the remainder of the project. Cross street access will also be maintained throughout the dura tion of the project, except for limit ed closures which may occur due to construction activity within the vi cinity of the cross street. Those traveling near this section of Tremain Street beginning in April are encouraged to use caution and following trafc signs during this transition period, Senior said. Gus Gianikas, the citys assistant director of Planning and Develop ment, anticipates the project will take about four months. It is being done in conjunction with stormwa ter improvements to Seventh Av enue and is being largely funded through $600,000 in grant money. For more information about the Tremain Street Greenway project, contact the citys Planning and De velopment department at 352-7357113, or go to www.cityofmountdo ra.com. LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writer livi.stanford@dailycommercial.com Commissioner Leslie Cam pione and Lake County Sher iff Gary Borders have had pre liminary talks about having the Sheriffs Ofce take over the countys troubled Animal Ser vices department. Campione said this week that she would bring the idea to the full County Commission at its next meeting and make a re quest to put a proposal together. There would have to be per formance criteria or specic goals set out that would have to be accomplished, she said of the sheriff taking over the An imal Services. The euthani zation rate and adoption rate continue to be number one concerns of mine. Borders said in an email state ment: We are willing to work with the county, but we have not been formally approached to take over animal control. Commissioner Sean Parks said he is also open to the idea. The proposal comes days after the head of the Animal Services division announced her resig nation, citing a tight budget and public pressure over the depart ments euthanization rate. Cyndi Nason was the second director of Animal Services to resign within the past year. Nason and Marjorie Boyd both resigned amid pressure from animal activists who crit icized the shelter for what they claimed were too many eutha nizations. It should be noted that our euthanization rate is way down and yet a small number of people pretty much badgered her out Sheriff may take over Animal Services SEE SHERIFF | A4 MOUNT DORA Tremain Street to be converted into trail COURTESY OF THE CITY OF MOUNT DORA Crews begin the rst phase of the Tremain Street Greenway project by installing driveway aprons on the east side of the street and milling asphalt. TAVARES Landlord found guilty of murder SEE MURDER | A4 AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writer austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com Mount Doras Public Works and Utilities de partment is hoping to construct a greenhouse in the next six months that will dry sewage and save the city money, John Pe ters, the departments in terim director said. Building the green house will save the city money that is normally spent on paying someone to dispose of the sewage, Peters said. The city currently pays approximately $250,000 to $275,000 a year for the sewage to be disposed, Peters said. A couple years ago, we were paying $600,000 a year to dispose of this stuff and, in the end, were (going to) be paying noth ing, he said. In fact, the hope is that we can sell it. The sewage will be dried and pasteurized in the greenhouse and then can be used and poten tially sold as fertilizer, Pe ters said. The department plans to construct a 4,600 square-foot tray-based greenhouse, as opposed to a traditional 6,900 square-foot greenhouse, according to Peters and city documents. The traditional green house would cost approx imately $920,000 and the tray-based greenhouse will cost $893,103.75, ac cording to city documents. The hope for the small er, tray-based greenhouse is that it will be able to dry the sewage faster, Peters said. Just the sheer volume of air that we have to heat up is much less, Peters said. He added that this leads to a quicker drying pro cess, saying a traditional greenhouse takes approx imately 20 to 21 days, and he thinks the tray-based greenhouse could dry the solids in seven days. His hope is that the city can get it down to three days. He said the sewage is dried in the tray, which is like a large, black wagon with wheels that can han dle heat. Thats part of the rea son I came to work here: we want to be innova tive, Peters said. The greenhouse is set to be built at the citys waste water plant two, which is near the intersec tion of State Road 46 and Highway 441, Peters said. The greenhouse will also feature a SolarOrganite mobile pasteurization chamber from Leesburgs Eco Sciences, LLC that MOUNT DORA New greenhouse may save money SEE SEWAGE | A4

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A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 352.530.2256803 E. Dixie Avenue Leesburg, FL 34748Sanjeev Bhatta M.D.Consultative and Invasive Cardiology Peripheral InterventionCall today to schedule your appointment The Villages: Leesburg:1149 Main Street The Villages, FL 32159 Ronnie Sabbah, M.D.Consultative and Invasive Cardiology OBITUARIES Betty Hunt Betty Hunt, aged 95, passed away on March 17, 2014. She is sur vived by her daughter Brenda Brown and two sons, Bill and Peter Hunt as well as 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Mary Catherine Osteen Mary Catherine Os teen, 86, of Clermont, Florida, died Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at Cl ermont, Florida. She was born September 20, 1927 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Mrs. Os teen worked in retail as a clerk. She is survived by her husband, James C. Osteen of Cler mont; grandsons, Ste ven M. (Karen) Osteen of Groveland, and Jer ry Lee Osteen of Oca la; great grandchildren, Amanda Rene Osteen, Sandra Nichole Osteen, John Micheal Osteen, and Rosebud Cather ine Osteen; and her sis ter, Genevieve Beard of Buda, TX. Visitation will be held at Green Pond Baptist Church, Polk City, FL on Friday, March 28, 2014 from 10:00 11:00 am. Ser vices will follow at 11:00 am, Pastor Tommy Whitten will preside. Interment will follow at Green Pond Ceme tery, Polk City, FL. On line condolences may be left a www.beyers funeralhome.com. Ar rangements entrust ed to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Leesburg, FL. IN MEMORY MURDER FROM PAGE A3 Sunset Groves, outside of Tavares. According to testi mony in the trial that started Tuesday, there had been an ongoing dispute between the two men over accusa tions that Infante had taken sexual advantage of one of Henricksons relatives after a night of drinking. Assistant Public De fender Wanda Greene said Henrickson start ed tormenting his land lord with names such as queer, pedophile and child rapist. Infante started an in junction for protection against Henrickson on Oct. 23, 2012 but never completed it. On Oct. 24, after Hen rickson arrived home with his ex-wife and grandchild, the two men began to argue. Prosecutors say Infante walked into his home, grabbed a .22-caliber rie and chased Hen rickson around the ve hicle while ring sever al shots. As he held his grand child, Henrickson was struck in the back and chest as he tried to hand off the child to his ex-wife. The defense argued that Infante shot him because he believed Henrickson was going into his vehicle for a gun and that the victim kicked at him. Infante, who took the stand Wednesday, said he initially didnt claim self-defense when talking to detectives because it would have made him look weak to admit he was afraid of Henrickson. He said he had slept in a closet out of fear. He (Henrickson) was capable of killing someone like Pablo In fante and Mr. Infante knew that in his heart and his mind, Carran za said. No gun was ever found in Henricksons vehicle and he lat er died at the hospi tal. Assistant State At torney Hugh Bass, who co-prosecuted the case, said Infante had tried to take the law into his own hands and there was a trail of live and spent rounds at the murder scene that indi cates Infante was chas ing the victim. The jury had a tough decision to make, Bass said shortly after leav ing the courtroom. Lake County Sheriffs deputies who arrived on the scene testied Infante told them, I shot him, and the vic tim kept (messing) with him and I didnt mean for it to go this far. I just got upset. Deputies say the de fendant didnt say any thing about self-de fense. Carranza told the jury Thursday during closing arguments that Infante had just moved from Cuba to America in 1995 and didnt know at rst that self-defense could be used in this country as justication for killing someone. SHERIFF FROM PAGE A3 of a job, Commissioner Jimmy Conner said of Nasons resigna tion. Parks said he was concerned about the treatment shelter employees, such as Nason, re ceive from the public. We need to support our staff better on this issue, he said. Brenda Weber, president of Mist Animal Rescue, said she has a great relationship with shelter employees, stat ing many call her pleading with her to save animals lives be fore they are put to sleep. But the public criticism is only a partial reason for the res ignations, county ofcials said, pointing to funding issues that kept the county from hiring a eld supervisor and rescue co ordinator to help take the pres sure off of the director. County commissioners agreed in a meeting on March 11 to de lay funding those positions until Oct. 1. Campione, who proposed funding the rescue coordina tor position in making a midyear budget adjustment, said when the board decided not to fund the position immediately, it was the nal straw for Nason. Before Nason assumed the position last May, two critical internal audits in April 2013 cit ed at least 45 areas for improve ment at the shelter. Some of the primary recommendations in volved better record keeping and better care of animals. Since then, the shelter has put in a new computer software sys tem, which keeps better track of animals and is addressing light ing issues in the facility. But without a rescue coordi nator position in place, eutha nization numbers could creep back up, according to Linda Coletta, a concerned citizen and president of Hound Hav en, a rescue organization. SEWAGE FROM PAGE A3 will pasteurize the sewage, Eco Sciences President Gary Ham mond said. The pasteurization process is more eco-friendly than traditional pasteurization that relies on electricity or oth er energy sources, since the Eco Sciences process relies on solar energy, he said. He added Eco Sciences has already led some of the pa perwork with the Florida De partment of Agriculture and Consumer Services to register the fertilizer. Hammond said possibilities for the fertilizer other than selling it would be to use it in areas like parks or give it to citizens, but that decision is up to the city. SEIZETHE DA Y SLOCAL AREANEWS.www .dailycommer cial.com

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A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 ROXANNE BROWN and LIVI STANFORD news@dailycommercial.com On Tuesday night, Cl ermont City Council members expressed in terest in holding a pub lic forum about the Wellness Way Sector Plan near Clermont to give city ofcials and the public a chance to weigh in on plans for the 16,000-acre project. City Manager Dar ren Gray said he had spoken to Lake Coun ty Commissioner Sean Parks, one of the key movers behind the Wellness Way effort, to relay concerns the council had about public input and the amount of time, that we dont want to be rushed or pushed. He noted that a con sultant working on the plan a mix of homes and businesses that will transform that corner of the county has pro posed some changes. You know when we rst heard that, about three or four months ago, by a consultant that came here, we were all not in favor of it the way it was presented. Gray said the consul tant wanted to make that presentation to the county commissioners and to the council at the same time. After Grays appeal, the council considered having a regular city council meeting fol lowing the presenta tion, then scheduling a public forum between the county and the city, but that idea was dis missed quickly. You know, this is the future of the city and to try to cut and not have any public input is wrong, Councilman Ray Goodgame said. Council members ultimately agreed to have Gray set up a joint meeting with the coun ty directly following the presentation by the con sultant. The meeting with the county could occur on April 22 at the community center rather than the council chambers and would be the nights city council meeting, with the sector plan as the only item on the agenda. I dont care what the county commission ers say, the ones that want to stay can stay, Goodgame said. If they dont want to stay past 6 oclock then ne, but I think we ought to start at 7 oclock and have public input and dis cuss the sector plan and discuss the sector plan with the public, give them our ideas, because theyll probably be a lit tle different than what the county wants to do. Goodgame even said he wouldnt mind fore going a city meeting on that night to have the joint meeting instead. Goodgame, howev er, expressed reserva tions about whether the county was real ly interested in the citys opinions about the project, or those of Clermont residents. I dont think the county wants to hear what we have to say, he said. Councilman Rick Van Wagner agreed with Goodgame and said its exactly why the joint meeting and public fo rum is a must. However, county of cials said it is prema ture to say Clermonts concerns have not been heard because the plan has not been nalized. There have been sev eral public meetings on Wellness Way, coun ty ofcials also said, where public comment has been allowed. The concerns that were raised by the city of Clermont and resi dents several months ago were all heard by our staff, Commis sioner Leslie Campio ne said. I dont think anyone is withhold ing information. The nal product is going to be presented to both boards on April 22. Campione added, There were a series of public meetings so we could get input from property owners, stake holders, and everyone that cared enough to attend those meetings had an opportunity to have their concerns heard. There has been an ample opportunity for concerns and issues to be raised. There will be a public hearing on the plan be fore it is adopted. CLERMONT Public forum requested for Wellness Way plan JIM TURNER News Service of Florida A measure that could raise the speed limits by 5 mph on Florida roads zipped through its nal Senate stop on Thurs day, despite bumping up against Appropria tions Committee Chair man Joe w. With a 15-4 vote, the panel approved the measure (SB 392) that directs the state Depart ment of Transportation to determine the safe minimum and maxi mum speed limits on all divided highways that have at least four lanes. Supporters of the bill say many drivers are al ready going faster than the current top rate of 70 mph. But critics, in cluding Negron, say in creasing speeds could lead to more accidents. Negron, R-Stuart, contends that govern ment-imposed speed limits have helped de crease highway injuries and fatalities because studies show that driv ers have a greater like lihood of crashing at higher speeds. I think that once you start getting into the 80s and 90s that the op portunity for serious injury and death go up signicantly, said Ne gron, who noted that many motorists already drive nine to 10 mph above the posted limit. The bill could even tually allow state trans portation ofcials to in crease speed limits on Floridas limited access highways to 75 mph and raise the maximum posted limits on divided four-lane highways in sparsely populated ru ral areas from 65 mph to 70 mph. The trans portation department could hike speeds to 60 mph on other roads they deem safe. And the department would also have the authority to set minimum speeds on certain highways. Whats important is that people travel at the same speeds, Sen. Jeff Clemens, a Lake Worth Democrat and co-spon sor of the bill, said af ter the meeting. If you have people who are able to travel at a much higher speed, travel ing with people who are traveling at a much low er speed, thats whats actually creating a much more dangerous situa tion on our highways. Speed limit bill racing through Senate

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SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 Sports sports@dailycommercial.com B1 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com NCAA: Pitino gets Louisville ready for UK / B3 BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Brendon Ehlers hits the ball out of a bunker during Thursdays opening round at the National Golf Associations Lake County Classic at Harbor Hills Country Club in Lady Lake. LADY LAKE FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com Harbor Hills Coun try Club was the center of the golf universe on Thursday for area fans. The opening round of the National Golf As sociations Lake County Classic got under way on the nearly 7,000yard layout, offering 110 players vying for a total purse of more than $100,000 a chal lenging tract. Sixty-nine players nished the rst round at par or better, with Randall Hutchinson ring a 7-under-par 65 to take a one-shot lead over Scott Strohmey er and Justin Lower. Eight golfers Trent Whitekiller, Paul Fer rier, Mac McLaugh lin, Phillip Mollica, J.C. Horne, James White Jr., David Skinns and BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Lake-Sumter State College sophomore Mellissa Webb (11) pitches the ball during the rst game of Thursdays doubleheader against Seminole State College at the LSSC softball complex in Leesburg. LEESBURG FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com The best softball sea son in recent memo ry at Lake-Sumter State College continued on Wednesday against Seminole State College at the LSSC softball complex. LSSC got a gritty pitching performance from Mellissa Webb in the opener and the Lakehawks scored three runs in the sixth to pick up a 3-2 win against the Raiders, which lifted LSSCs re cor d temporarily to 2121 on the season and 6-5 in the Mid-Florida Conference. Seminole State re bounded in the night cap behind a six-run rst inning to earn a doubleheader split with a 12-1 win in ve innings. In the night cap, the Raiders pound ed out 15 hits and the Lakehawks committed ve errors. In the opener, Webb came out of the gate quickly. She didnt give up a hit until Tay lor Duggan bunted her way on with one out in the third. Seminole State got to Webb in the fourth for two runs on four hits. After the shaky frame, Webb settled down and did not allow a hit over the nal three innings. For the game, she gave up ve hits while strik ing out two and made 100 pitches. LSSC trailed un til the sixth, when the FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com SANFORD Fin ishing strong. The idea of players ending a game with as much or more intensity than they started the game with, is what every coach drives his players to achieve. The Eustis base ball team likely made coach David Lee hap py with its effort in Thursdays Florida League High School Invitational tourna ment game against Hollywood McArthur at Sanford Seminole High School. Michael Koenig hit a walk off tworun homer and Wes ley Moulden tossed a one hitter to lead the Panthers to a 10-0 win. The game was stopped after ve in nings, due to the 10run mercy rule. Eustis battered the Mustangs for 10 hits against two pitch ers. The Panthers got two hits apiece from Jeremy Migliori and Dylan Oaks before Lee began to empty FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frank.jolley@dailycommercial.com SANFORD Lake Countys entrants in the Florida League High School Invita tional baseball tour nament are proving to be formidable foes. In seven tourna ment games through Thursday afternoon involving Leesburg, Eustis and Montverde Academy, six have gone at least seven in nings with the largest margin of victory be ing four runs or less. On three occasions, area teams have bat tled to a one-run de cision. That was the case in Thursdays morn ing session when Leesburg got solid pitching from Ryan Halstead and Jason Panthers blast McArthur at FLHSI LHS gets clipped in extra innings LSSC splits with Seminole State SEE LSSC | B2 SEE LHS | B2 SEE EHS | B2 Lake County Classic begins at Harbor Hills LAKE COUNTY CLASSIC Randall Hutchinson .......................................... 65 Scott Strohmeyer ............................................. 66 Justin Lower ..................................................... 66 Trent Whitekiller ............................................... 67 Paul Ferrier ...................................................... 67 Mac McLaughlin ............................................... 67 Phillip Mollica ................................................... 67 J.C. Horne ....................................................... 67 James White Jr. ................................................ 67 David Skinns .................................................... 67 Daniel Obremski ............................................... 67 SEE NGA | B2 MARK HUMPHREY / AP Stanford guard Chasson Randle (5) vies for a loose ball as Stanford forward Josh Huestis (24) looks on during the rst half Thursdays NCAA tournament regional seminal game in Memphis, Tenn. DAVID BRANDT Associated Press Editors Note: Thurs days regional semi nal game between Flor ida and UCLA was not completed in time for this edition. MEMPHIS, Tenn. Jordan Sibert scored 18 points, Kendall Pollard added a season-high 12 and Dayton rolled past Stanford 82-72 on Thursday to make the NCAA tournaments Elite Eight for the rst time since 1984. No. 11 Dayton (26-10) continued its underdog run and this one wasnt particularly close. The 6-foot-4 Sibert was spectacular, slashing to the basket and draining 3-pointers, to help the Flyers lead for almost the entire night. Dayton showed its depth early, using 12 players in the rst half to slowly wear Stanford down. No. 10 Stanford (2313) had the superior post play, but it wasnt enough. Chasson Ran dle led the Cardinal with 21 points, but shot 5 of 21 from the eld. Dwight Powell added 17 and Stefan Nastic who fouled out with more than ve minutes left had 15. Dayton plays the win ner of UCLA-Florida on Saturday. Sibert nished 7 of 12 from the eld, includ ing 4 of 9 from 3-point range. He had plen ty of help. Devin Oliver scored 12 points and Matt Kavanaugh add ed 10. Dayton made just about everything it threw at the basket ear ly. Scoochie Smiths corner 3-pointer put the Flyers ahead 15-13 early. Dayton tops Stanford in Sweet 16

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B2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 BASEBALL Spring Training AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pct Tampa Bay 15 6 .714 Cleveland 19 8 .704 Los Angeles 17 10 .630 Baltimore 13 8 .619 Seattle 17 11 .607 New York 16 12 .571 Detroit 14 12 .538 Toronto 14 13 .519 Oakland 13 13 .500 Kansas City 11 15 .423 Houston 10 15 .400 Texas 10 15 .400 Chicago 9 14 .391 Minnesota 8 14 .364 Boston 9 16 .360 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pct San Francisco 17 10 .630 Miami 18 11 .621 Pittsburgh 14 10 .583 Washington 15 13 .536 Arizona 12 11 .522 Colorado 14 13 .519 New York 14 14 .500 St. Louis 11 13 .458 San Diego 10 12 .455 Cincinnati 14 17 .452 Chicago 13 18 .419 Milwaukee 12 17 .414 Atlanta 12 18 .400 Los Angeles 6 10 .375 Philadelphia 9 17 .346 NOTE: Split-squad games count in the standings; games against non-major league teams do not. Wednesdays Games Toronto 10, N.Y. Yankees 6 Detroit 1, Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 3, Washington 2 Atlanta 9, Miami 2 Pittsburgh 2, Minnesota 1 Baltimore (ss) 5, Boston 4 San Diego 9, Kansas City 5 L.A. Angels 6, Oakland 2 Texas 5, Seattle 3 Chicago White Sox 9, Cincinnati 5 Cleveland 10, Milwaukee 3 San Francisco 8, Colorado 6 Arizona 14, Chicago Cubs 4 Houston 9, N.Y. Mets 6 Tampa Bay 4, Baltimore (ss) 4, tie Thursdays Games Washington 4, N.Y. Mets 0 Detroit 9, Atlanta 3 Toronto 3, Philadelphia 0 Miami 6, St. Louis 4 N.Y. Yankees 4, Pittsburgh 2 Chicago Cubs 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Cincinnati (ss) 8, Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati (ss) 9, Arizona (ss) 1 Cleveland 3, Arizona (ss) 2 Minnesota vs. Boston at Fort Myers, late Tampa Bay vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, late L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers, late Oakland at San Francisco, late Todays Games Boston vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. Detroit at Lakeland, 1:05 p.m. Miami vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 7:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Toro nto at Montreal, 7:05 p.m. Houston vs. Texas at San Antonio, 8:05 p.m. Kansas City at Milwaukee, 8:10 p.m. Cleveland vs. San Diego at San Diego (Fowler Park), 9:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. Colorado vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 10:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Oakland at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m. Saturdays Games Pittsburgh at Philad elphia, 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Toronto at Montreal, 1:05 p.m. Miami vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Boston at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. Texas at San Antonio, 2:05 p.m. Detroit at Washington, 2:05 p.m. Kansas City at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Seattle vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 3:10 p.m. San Francisco vs. Oakland at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Cleveland vs. San Diego at San Diego (Fowler Park), 4:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at L.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 40 31 .563 Brooklyn 37 33 .529 2 New York 30 42 .417 10 Boston 23 48 .324 17 Philadelphia 15 56 .211 25 Southeast W L Pct GB y-Miami 48 22 .686 Washington 36 35 .507 12 Charlotte 35 37 .486 14 Atlanta 31 39 .443 17 Orlando 20 52 .278 29 Central W L Pct GB y-Indiana 52 20 .722 Chicago 40 31 .563 11 Cleveland 29 44 .397 23 Detroit 26 45 .366 25 Milwaukee 13 58 .183 38 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest W L Pct GB x-San Antonio 55 16 .775 Houston 48 22 .686 6 Memphis 43 28 .606 12 Dallas 43 29 .597 12 New Orleans 31 40 .437 24 Northwest W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 52 19 .732 Portland 45 27 .625 7 Minnesota 35 35 .500 16 Denver 32 40 .444 20 Utah 23 49 .319 29 Pacic W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 50 22 .694 Golden State 44 27 .620 5 Phoenix 43 29 .597 7 Sacramento 25 46 .352 24 L.A. Lakers 24 46 .343 25 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Wednesdays Games Phoenix 99, Washington 93 Charlotte 116, Brooklyn 111, OT Toronto 99, Boston 90 Cleveland 97, Detroit 96 Minnesota 107, Atlanta 83 New Orleans 98, L.A. Clippers 96 Indiana 84, Miami 83 San Antonio 108, Denver 103 New York 107, Sacramento 99 Memphis 91, Utah 87 Thursdays Games Portland at Atlanta, late Philadelphia at Houston, late L.A. Lakers at Milwaukee, late L.A. Clippers at Dallas, late Todays Games Charlotte at Orlando, 7 p.m. Indiana at Washington, 7 p.m. Boston at Toronto, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m. Miami at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Chicago, 8 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Sacramento at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. Utah at New Orleans, 8 p.m. San Antonio at Denver, 9 p.m. New York at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Memphis at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. Saturdays Games Detroit at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Houston, 8 p.m. Atlanta at Washington, 8 p.m. Sacramento at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Miami at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. New Orleans at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. College NCAA Mens Tournament EAST REGIONAL Regional Seminals At Madison Square Garden New York Todays Games UConn (28-8) vs. Iowa State (28-7), 7:27 p.m Michigan State (28-8) vs. Virginia (30-6), 9:57 p.m. Regional Championship Sunday, March 30 Seminal winners SOUTH REGIONAL Regional Seminals At FedExForum Memphis, Tenn. Thursdays Games Dayton 82, Stanford 72 Florida (34-2) vs. UCLA (28-8), late Regional Championship Saturday, March 29 Dayton (26-10) vs. Florida-UCLA winner, TBD MIDWEST REGIONAL Regional Seminals At Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis Todays Games Michigan (27-8) vs. Tennessee (24-12), 7:15 p.m. Kentucky (26-10 ) vs. Louisville (31-5), 9:45 p.m. Regional Championship Sunday, March 30 Seminal winners WEST REGIONAL Regional Seminals At The Honda Center Anaheim, Calif. Thursdays Games Wisconsin 69, Baylor 52 San Diego State (31-4) vs. Arizona (32-4), late Regional Championship Saturday, March 29 Wisconsin (29-7) vs. San Diego State-Arizona win ner, TBD FINAL FOUR At AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas National Seminals Saturday, April 5 East champion vs. South champion Midwest champion vs. West champion National Championship Monday, April 7 Seminal winners HOCKE Y NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OT Pts GF GA x-Boston 72 49 17 6 104 230 153 Montreal 74 41 26 7 89 190 184 Tampa Bay 72 39 24 9 87 214 193 Detroit 72 33 25 14 80 191 204 Toronto 74 36 30 8 80 216 231 Ottawa 72 29 29 14 72 205 243 Florida 73 27 38 8 62 178 237 Buffalo 72 20 44 8 48 138 212 Metropolitan GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 72 46 21 5 97 224 180 N.Y. Rangers 74 41 29 4 86 197 179 Philadelphia 72 38 27 7 83 206 204 Columbus 72 37 29 6 80 204 196 Washington 73 34 27 12 80 212 218 New Jersey 72 31 28 13 75 175 187 Carolina 72 31 32 9 71 181 205 N.Y. Islanders 72 28 35 9 65 202 243 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OT Pts GF GA x-St. Louis 72 49 16 7 105 233 163 Chicago 73 42 16 15 99 244 188 Colorado 72 45 21 6 96 221 198 Minnesota 73 37 25 11 85 182 183 Dallas 72 34 27 11 79 203 207 Nashville 73 31 31 11 73 177 218 Winnipeg 73 32 32 9 73 202 213 Pacic GP W L OT Pts GF GA x-San Jose 74 47 18 9 103 227 177 x-Anaheim 72 47 18 7 101 231 182 Los Angeles 73 42 25 6 90 182 155 Phoenix 73 35 26 12 82 202 207 Vancouver 74 34 30 10 78 181 198 Calgary 73 30 36 7 67 185 214 Edmonton 73 25 39 9 59 180 241 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for over time loss. x-clinched playoff spot Wednesdays Games Vancouver 5, Minnesota 2 N.Y. Rangers 3, Philadelphia 1 Anaheim 3, Calgary 2 Thursdays Games Chicago at Boston, late Phoenix at New Jersey, late Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, late Montreal at Detroit, late N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, late Carolina at Florida, late Minnesota at St. Louis, late Buffalo at Nashville, late Vancouver at Colorado, late Winnipeg at San Jose, late Todays Games Toronto at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Columbus, 7 p.m. Chicago at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Nashville at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Calgary, 9 p.m. Anaheim at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m. Saturdays Games Boston at Washington, 12:30 p.m. San Jose at Colorado, 3 p.m. Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Detroit at Toronto, 7 p.m. Montreal at Florida, 7 p.m. New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Columbus at Carolina, 7 p.m. Dallas at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Anaheim at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Winnipeg at Los Angeles, 10 p.m. GOLF PGA Tour Valero Texas Open Thursday At TPC San Antonio, Oaks Course San Antonio Purse: $6.2 million Yardage: 7,435; Par: 72 (36-36) Partial First Round Round suspended by darkness with 45 players not nishing. Pat Perez 35-33 68 Danny Lee 35-33 68 Will MacKenzie 35-34 69 Seung-Yul Noh 33-36 69 Cameron Beckman 36-33 69 Chesson Hadley 37-32 69 Aaron Baddeley 35-35 70 Freddie Jacobson 35-35 70 Michael Thompson 34-36 70 Charlie Beljan 37-33 70 Carl Pettersson 36-34 70 Stuart Appleby 38-32 70 Zach Johnson 34-36 70 Jim Furyk 35-35 70 Charley Hoffman 36-34 70 Ben Curtis 36-34 70 Heath Slocum 34-36 70 Alex Aragon 35-35 70 Jim Renner 35-35 70 Brice Garnett 34-36 70 Brian Harman 35-35 70 Scott Brown 34-36 70 Matt Kuchar 37-33 70 Ted Potter, Jr. 36-35 71 Brendon Todd 36-35 71 Erik Compton 36-35 71 Brooks Koepka 38-33 71 Alex Prugh 35-36 71 James Hahn 37-34 71 Cameron Tringale 36-35 71 Andres Romero 37-34 71 Jason Kokrak 35-36 71 Martin Flores 36-35 71 Jerry Kelly 34-37 71 Brian Davis 35-36 71 Chad Collins 37-34 71 Briny Baird 36-36 72 Richard H. Lee 37-35 72 Joe Durant 37-35 72 Ryan Palmer 36-36 72 J.B. Holmes 36-36 72 William McGirt 37-35 72 John Merrick 35-37 72 Martin Laird 36-36 72 John Senden 35-37 72 Troy Matteson 36-36 72 Branden Grace 35-37 72 Ben Martin 35-37 72 Jeff Maggert 36-36 72 Daniel Summerhays 34-38 72 David Lingmerth 38-35 73 TV 2 DAY AUTO RACING Noon FS1 NASCAR, Sprint Cup, practice for STP 500, at Martinsville, Va. 3 p.m. FS1 NASCAR, Truck Series, nal practice for KROGER 250, at Martinsville, Va. 4:30 p.m. FS1 NASCAR, Sprint Cup, pole qualifying for STP 500, at Martinsville, Va. 4 a.m. NBCSN Formula One, qualifying for Malaysia Grand Prix, at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia BOXING 9 p.m. ESPN Lightweights, Chris Rudd (13-1-0) vs. Petr Petrov (33-4-2), at New Town, N.D. COLLEGE BASEBALL 10:30 p.m. BHSN LSU at Florida Note: BHSN is available to Bright House cable subscribers. GOLF 3 p.m. TGC PGA Tour, Texas Open, second round, at San Antonio 6:30 p.m. TGC LPGA, Kia Classic, second round, at Carlsbad, Calif. Midnight TGC European PGA Tour, Eurasia Cup, nal round, at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 1 p.m. MLB Boston vs. Minnesota 7 p.m. MLB N.Y. Mets vs. Toronto 10 p.m. MLB L.A Angels vs. L.A. Dodgers MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 7:15 p.m. CBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Michigan vs. Tennessee, at Indianapolis 7:27 p.m. TBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Iowa St. vs. UConn, at N.Y. 9:45 p.m. CBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Louisville vs. Kentucky, at Indianapolis 10:07 p.m. TBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Virginia vs. Michigan St., at N.Y. NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 7 p.m. FS-Florida Charlotte at Orlando PREP SOFTBALL 7 p.m. BHSN Hagerty vs. Winter Park Lake Howell Note: BHSN is available to Bright House cable subscribers TENNIS 3 p.m. ESPN2 ATP World Tour/WTA, Sony Open, mens seminal, at Key Biscayne 7 p.m. ESPN ATP World Tour/WTA, Sony Open, mens seminal, at Key Biscayne SCOREBOARD CONTACT US SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 FAX 352-365-1951 EMAIL sports@dailycommercial.com Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by calling 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Amateur Listings (col lege scholarships, meeting announcements, schedule changes, outdoors notices) can be faxed to 352-365-1951, or emailed to sports@dailycom mercial.com When sports are being played in Lake County, we want to report it and we need your help. Directors and coaches of recreational and youth leagues can send game results, statistics, team and action photos, and well publish them in the newspaper and on our website. Proud parents can send us individual photos and accomplishments. Just email them to sports@dailycommercial.com IF YOURE PLAYING, WERE INTERESTED Lakehawks found their swing. Michelle Breen opened the inning with a double and Kay la Fuller was walked. Zoe Hart then ham mered a double, scor ing Breen. Taylor Dou glass followed with the third double of the in ning, scoring Fuller and Hart with the tying and game-winning runs. In the seventh, Webb set the Raiders down in order with a pair of ineld putouts and y ball to left. The Lakehawks to taled ve hits against Seminole starter Stephanie Adkins. She walked four and struck out three. LSSC travels to Oc ala at 1 p.m. on Satur day for a doublehead er against the College of Central Florida. BASEBALL LSSC led by as many as four runs on Wednesday and held off a ninth-inning ral ly to pick up a 7-5 road win against Florida State College-Jackson ville to snap a 10-game losing streak. David Wood (2-3) sta rted and picked up the win. He went six in nings and allowed ve hits and three runs one earned. He struck out 10 without walking a batter. Tyler Reker got the loss for FSC-Jackson ville. LSSC had 10 hits, in cluding three by Tanner Elsbernd. Taylor Saris added two hits. Elsbernd and Saris also scored two runs apiece. Five Lakehawks pitched to combine for the win. Walker Shell er wrapped with an in ning of work and al lowed two runs on one hit. Dylan Jones, Antho ny Mazzurco and Steve McClellan also pitched for LSSC. LSSC benetted from ve errors by FSC-Jack sonville. The Lake hawks also struggled in the eld and commit ted four errors. The Lakehawks im proved to 15-14 over all and 2-10 in the Mid-Florida Confer ence with the win. LSSC plays the College of Central Flor ida at 3 p.m. today in Oca la. LSSC FROM PAGE B1 Baita, but the Yellow Jackets dropped a 2-1 contest in nine innings against Weston Cypress Bay at Sanford Semi nole High School. Leesburg fell to 6-10 with the loss, while Weston Cypress Bay improved to 8-4. Weston Cypress Bay scored the winning run when Jose Nat era scored on a twoout single by Enzo Cle mente against Baita. It was the only hit al lowed by Baita in 1 2/3 innings of relief. The Lightning man aged only ve hits against Halstead and Baita. Weston Cypress Bay took an early lead with a run in the rst against Halstead when Nat era scored on a dou ble by Thomas Quinte ro. Halstead stranded Quintero at third when he struck out Diego Maceda to end the in ning. Halstead pitched sev en innings and allowed one run on four hits. He walked three and struck out ve. The Yellow Jackets to taled seven hits against Quintero and Ben Fritts. Quintero gave up three hits and Lees burgs lone run in four innin gs and Fritts sur rendered four hits in ve innings of work. Leesburg scored its lone run in the third inning when Baita crossed the plate on an error by Natera, the Lightning second base man. Baita reached base on a single and reached third on a sin gle by Tucker Smith pri or to Nateras elding miscue. Smith was eventually stranded at third. Baita, who made 33 pitches, absorbed the loss for the Yellow Jack ets. Fritts, who made 57 pitches, picked up the win. Smith (2-for-4) was the only Yellow Jack ets with multiple hits. Baita, Garrett Vathrod er, Halstead, Kyle Bra na, and Turner Long had Leesburgs hits all singles. Danny Cepeda went 2-for-4 for Weston Cy press Bay. He was the Lightnings only player with multiple hits. Leesburg has gone 1-2 in the weeklong tournament, beating Jensen Beach on Mon day and dropping a 6-3 decision to Naples Bar ron Collier on Tuesday. LHS FROM PAGE B1 his bench. The game was score less until the third in ning, when Eustis scored four runs on four hits. The Panthers plated two more runs in the fourth inning before closing out Hol lywood McArthur with four runs in the fth. Koenig and Jack Kirkpatrick scored two runs apiece for the Panthers. The game was Mouldens second pitching effort in the FLHSI. In the 2012 tourney, he beat Mont verde Academy 7-2, al lowing three hits in 5 1/3 innings. In two games, the se nior southpaw is 2-0 with a 0.68 ERA and 10 strikeouts in 10 1/3 in nings. He has allowed four hits Eustis improved to 9-6 on the season with the win and picked up its rst in three games in the FLHSI. EHS FROM PAGE B1 Daniel Obremski n ished two shots off the pace. Dominic Bozzelli, win ner of the opening two full-eld events of sea son, is in an eight-way tie at 4-under 68. Hutchinson played in one of the early groups of the day and began on the rst tee. He birdied the hole and carded four more on the front nine before taking a bogey on the 456-yard par 4 ninth hole. The ninth hole was one o f three holes that were lengthened for the tournament, according to Tom Leimberger, di rector of golf at Harbor Hills. Leimberger said the rst, second and ninth holes were made longer to push the to tal length of the course closer to 7,000 yards, which he said was more appropriate for profes sionals. We wanted to of fer a challenge to these guys, Leimberger said. They can all hit the ball so long that if we left the course as it was, most of them would be driving and then chipping to the green. Im happy with the way things turned out. A fter the tournament is over, our low-handi cap players will probably be able to play off those tees. Hutchinson got him self back on track after his bogey at No. 9 with three straight birdies, beginning at the 10th hole. He bogeyed No. 14 and birdied the 16th before capping off his round with a pair of pars. Strohmeyer got to within a shot of the lead when he recorded an ea gle on the par 5 18th hole and couldve had a share of the lead except for a bogey on the par-3 fth hole. Lower blistered the front nine in 31 with ve birdies, but man aged only two birdies and a bogey on the back nine. His bogey at No. 12 kept him from grab bing a share of the open ing-round lead. The second round is set to begin at 8 a.m. to day. Admission is free and parking is avail able. NGA FROM PAGE B1 SEIZETHE DA Y SSPOR TSNEWS.www .dailycommer cial.com

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B3 TIM DAHLBERG Associated Press Theyre battling in courtrooms, and could one day meet over a bargaining table. About the only things the two sides in the debate over big-time college ath letics agree on is that things are changing. Schools bringing in hundreds of mil lions in television con tracts. Coaches making kind of salaries that the late UCLA legend John Wooden wouldnt rec ognize. Athletes insist ing on rights, if not out right cash. And now a union for football players at Northwestern that would previously have been unthinkable in college sports. A ruling that the Northwestern foot ball team can bargain with the school as em ployees represented by a union may not by it self change the way amateur sports oper ate. But it gures to put more pressure on the NCAA and the ma jor conferences to give something back to the players to justify the billions of dollars the players bring in and never see. While improve ments need to be made, we do not need to com pletely throw away a system that has helped literally millions of stu dents over the past de cade alone attend col lege, The NCAA said in a statement. Theres huge mon ey at stake nearly $18 billion alone just in television rights for the NCAA basketball tournament and bowl games. Already ght ing a urry of antitrust lawsuits challenging its control of college ath letics, the NCAA cant afford too many more defeats. This is a colossal vic tory for student athletes coming on the heels of their recent victories, said Marc Edelman, an associate professor of law at City University of New York who special izes in sports and anti trust law. It seems not only the tide of public sentiment but also the tide of legal rulings has nally turned in the di rection of college ath letes and against the NCAA. For the NCAA, the timing of a National Labor Relations Board opinion allowing a union at Northwest ern couldnt have been worse. In the middle of a tournament that earns schools close to $1 billion a year, it is being taken to task not only for not paying players, but for not en suring their health and future welfare. Add in revelations like Florida coach Bil ly Donovans new $3.7 million-a-year con tract and the $18,000 bonus that Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith got for one of the schools wrestlers winning an NCAA ti tle, and some are frus trated with the NCAAs contention that every thing it does is done for the benet of athletes who play for the glory of their school. Fifty years ago the NCAA invented the term student-athlete to try and make sure this day never came, said former UCLA line backer Ramogi Huma, the designated presi dent of Northwesterns would-be football play ers union. Northwest ern players who stood up for their rights took a giant step for justice. Its going to set a prece dent for college players across the nation to do the same. The players current ly at Northwestern may have already graduat ed by the time the team gets a chance to bar gain if it ever does. According to feder al law, Northwestern football players have 30 days from Wednesdays decision to vote on whether to authorize on whether to formal ly authorize the Col lege Athletes Players Association, or CAPA, to represent them. But Northwestern is ex pected to appeal the landmark ruling to the National Labor Rela tions Board by an April 9 deadline, potentially stalling the union vote. The NCAA is also likely to continue to ght the description of college athletes as employees. It was that love of the sport that drew out going Wildcats quar terback Kain Colter as well as a scholar ship worth up to about $75,000 annually. But Colter, backed by law yers with the United Steelworkers union, began the union push after growing disen chanted with the time demands placed on him in football that forced him to drop his plans to go to medical school. Colter also worried about the long-term health risks of foot ball long after players have left school. Play ers have said they want more research into concussions and other traumatic injuries and insurance and guaran tees that they will be covered for medical is sues later in life. They also want money for continuing education and for schools to offer four-year scholarship deals instead of yearto-year pacts. One day that could mean money, over and above the $2,000 ex tra annual stipend that NCAA president Mark Emmert proposed but failed to get imple mented over the objec tions of small-budget schools. Theres plen ty to go around, with a $10.6 billion contract for television rights to the NCAA basket ball tournament and a recent $7.2 billion deal for football bowl games. The NLRB ruling de scribed how the life of a Northwestern football player is far more reg imented than that of a typical student, down to requirements about what they can eat and whether they can live off campus or purchase a car. At times, play ers put 50 or 60 hours a week into football, the ruling said, qualifying them to be treated as employees of the uni versity and eligible for a union. By itself, the ruling could be little more than an irritant to pri vate universities and the NCAA. But com bined with the anti trust lawsuits one led just last week by a prominent attorney called the organization an unlawful cartel they present a clear challenge to the unique way college sports op erates. The model of coach es and administrators making millions while the athletes provid ing the labor are paid in room and board and books is one that could be difcult to defend in court. Landmark union ruling comes at bad time for NCAA COLLEGE SPORTS COLLEGE BASKETBALL EDDIE PELLS Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS John Calipari sent An drew and Aaron Har rison and three other freshmen to sit be hind the microphones and answer ques tions about Kentuckys upcoming Sweet 16 matchup against Blue grass State rival Louis ville. Rick Pitino sent up seniors Russ Smith and Luke Hancock. That, as much as the 70 miles that separates the schools, is the gulf between the neighbors who play today in one of the most important meetings in their long, colorful and not-sofriendly rivalry. Eighth-seeded Ken tucky plays the oneand-done game and won a title that way in 2012. Fourth-seed ed Louisville goes for a more long-term ap proach and took home its own championship trophy last season. Theres so many ar guments, Pitino said. I think the best of all worlds, me personally, I would like to see exact ly what football has. Whether they stay a minimum of three years (football), one year (basketball) or something else, the is sue of how athletes t into a college cam pus was thrust into the spotlight by this weeks National Labor Rela tions Board decision that dened football players at Northwest ern as employees. Neither coach would bite when asked how they felt about the rul ing. Has nothing to do with this game, so I leave it alone, Calipa ri said. But both are well aware of the business side of their game that fosters the tenuous re lationships between players, coaches and schools. The one-anddone rule has been key in Caliparis re-emer gence as a Final Four coach over the last six years, and has weighed on the minds of oth er coaches, like Piti no, who dont land the NBA-ready kids as fre quently but often nd themselves competing against them. I think were all play ing the hand were dealt, Calipari said. Kids are going on to the league from us and performing, and Im proud of that. Would I like to have had them for four years? Yes. But I also like whats hap pened for them and their families. Calipari, whose 2012 title team came behind one-and-doner Antho ny Davis, now of the Pelicans, saw the neg atives of having to re build every year play out in stark detail this season. A starting line up with ve freshmen struggled with expecta tions, sharing, listening and handling criticism. Now comes the pay off. Calipari has g ured out how to get the most from the Wildcats (26-10) and, as a result, they are clicking. Aaron Harrison has scored 18 and 19 points in the last two games. His broth er had 20 in Kentuckys 78-76 upset over Wich ita State. Yet anoth er freshman, James Young, made a 3-point er that gave Kentucky the lead in that game with less than 2 min utes to go. They had to hear how bad they were as players, how self ish they were, theyre not together, this isnt a team, Calipari said. Instead of separat ing, they stuck togeth er. They kept believing in the staff and wanted answers, How do we get this right? and they accepted answers. Not that managing a more experienced ros ter, with seven play ers coming off a na tional title, has been all smooth sailing for Piti no and the Cardinals (31-5). Pitino dismissed Chane Behanan in De cember for violating school rules. The focal point of last years title run, Kevin Ware, took a medical redshirt for more recovery on the right leg he snapped gruesomely during last years regional nal, also in Indianapolis. I know everyone wants to talk about experience, Han cock said when asked about the differenc es between what a se nior knows and what a freshman knows come this time of year. But theyve got six, sev en, eight, nine, 10 guys that are going to play real hard. We have the same. Its not going to be too big an advantage either way. Since 1983, the teams have met in the regular season every year. This seasons game was a 73-66 Kentucky victory that served as only a brief respite for the Wildcats, who sank from top-ranked team at the beginning of the season to out of the poll by March 10. The Cardinals were hardly a nished prod uct at the time, either. Like Kentucky, theyve saved their best bas ketball for March. They won their conference tournament games by an average of 33, then gured ways to grind out ugly wins against Manhattan and St. Louis. Pitino said hes been in the state for 20 years rst as coach of Ken tucky and the game, to me, has really only had difcult conse quences for the loser twice. No. 1 was the 2012 Fi nal Four meeting, won by Kentucky. No. 2 will be todays game. People grieve for a year after the game. People celebrate for a year after the game, Calipari said. Ive tried to not make it bigger than it is. But it doesnt work. Kentucky, Louisville rekindle Bluegrass rivalry DAVID J. PHILLIP / AP Louisville head coach Rick Pitino talks to his players during Thursdays practice for the NCAA Midwest Regional seminals in Indianapolis. Louisville plays Kentucky today.

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B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 RONALD BLUM Associated Press NEW YORK Af ter deciding close calls on the eld since 1876, baseball opens a hightech control room this weekend where the fates of batters, pitch ers, runners and eld ers will be decided by umpires up to 2,600 miles away in the build ing where the Oreo cookie was invented. Starting with the Los Angeles Dodgers game at the San Diego Padres on Sunday night, the U.S. opener of the 2014 season, players, man agers and fans will turn their attention to the ROC the Replay Op erations Center. In a dimly lit room of just under 1,000 square feet in the Chelsea Market in Manhattans Meatpacking District, umpires and techni cians will make the decisions that could decide games and championships. More than $10 mil lion has been spent wiring the 30 big league ballparks with Fiber link cable that will transmit the images from at least 12 cam eras at every site, and Major League Baseball says it will take just 400 milliseconds for each image to arrive at the command center. All in an effort to prevent the type of botched calls that cost Detroits Arman do Galarraga a perfect game in 2010. Im happy for the managers, said Joe Torre, an MLB exec utive vice president overseeing the new system. Maybe it will keep them from having one or two more sleep less nights if they are able to grab one and overturn it. Inside the sliding glass doors at the of ces of Major League Baseball Advanced Me dia, the room has its own power supply in case of a blackout with batteries as a sec ond auxiliary and a stand-alone heating, ventilation and air con ditioning system that keeps the tempera ture at 72 degrees. Cell phones dont have re ception. There are dozens of televisions, more than enough to make it re semble NASAs Mission Control. Outside the room, next to a mod ernist black sofa, is a 55-inch NEC screen, with another just in side the entrance. Walk in, and theres 65-inch Pentus TV to your left. On each side are three stations, each to be staffed with a tech nician on the left and a major league um pire on the right. Three more oater stations stretch across the back well. Every station has four 46-inch screens three Planars for each pod, with a high er-quality Sony direct ly in front of each um pires seat. The umps will wear headsets and can push a button to speak with their col leagues at any stadium. Fifteen Asus comput er monitors are scat tered about, four on a wavy table in the cen ter where supervisors will monitor the review umpires and up to 15 simultaneous games (there would only be the maximum if weath er delays the action in the eastern half of North America). The nine circular overhead lights are kept low, the walls are gray and the carpeting is dark all so that the televised images will stand out more for the umpires. There is a sink and a microwave the food court on the rst oor is lled with doz ens of options. Ill see more games than the Fan Cave, quipped Justin Klemm, a former minor league umpire and big league ll-in who was hired last month as MLBs di rector of instant replay. Baseball ignored re play even as it was rst used by the NFL in 1986, the NHL in 1991, the NBA in 2002 and the Little League World Series in 2008. MLB took a tenta tive step toward replay in August 2008, when it rst used video to de cide boundary calls such as home runs at the top of fences or near foul poles. Torre long opposed video review but changed his mind in October 2012, when umpire Jeff Nelson missed a call on Rob inson Canos two-out tag of Omar Infante at second base in the AL championship series, calling the runner safe. Detroit went on to win Game 2 and sweep the New York Yankees. Thats when I real ized that we certainly cant ignore the tech nology and the fact that this seemed to be what the people want or think they want, Torre said. Eight umpires will be assigned to the replay room each week, with generally six on duty for a full schedule and each monitoring two games at a time. When an umpire has a decision to make, screens for their oth er game will go dark. If an ump has simultane ous challenges in both games, one will cas cade to the next pod over. Baseball established a clear and convinc ing standard for over turning calls. The re play decision will be either the call is con rmed, stands (if there is no conclusive evi dence) or is overturned. Managers get one challenge per game, and if that challenge is successful, they receive a second. If a manag er is out of challeng es, from the seventh in ning on an umpire can call for a replay on his own. In addition, home runs and plate colli sions are subject to un limited review at the discretion of the crew chief. Baseball hopes it will take no more than an average of 3 minutes for the decision. The aver age length of a nine-in ning game was a record 2:59 last year, accord ing to STATS. Torre said pace-of-game rules will be enforced more strictly. In order to make this thing work and not have it make the games longer is the fact that we have to start really disciplining and paying attention to the repeat violators, he said. Open for replay chal lenges are force plays, tags plays, fair-foul in the outeld, traps in the outeld, hit batters, retouching, passing runners, ground-rule doubles, fan interfer ence and home runs (at the umpires discre tion). Among the exclud ed decisions are ballstrike calls, check swings, foul tips mak ing contact with the bat, balks, interference and obstruction calls, the neighborhood play at second on double plays, running out of the basepath or run ners lane, tagging up and catches in the in eld. MLB says that among incorrect calls last year were 156 force plays, 60 tags on steals and 76 other tags totaling 86 percent of all missed decisions. Torre said he expects more dropped balls during pivots at sec ond base will be called safe rather than force outs, and that MLB will monitor phone trafc between team replay personnel and dugouts to ensure the video isnt used for sign stealing. About 75 umpires came to New York for training, and MLB sat down with all manag ers during spring train ing and will have a con ference call with them this week. Umpirings new era has arrived. I could tell you, one, Im glad we didnt have replay, Torre said, an apparent reference to Richie Garcia calling a 2-2 pitch to Tino Mar tinez a ball in the 1998 World Series opener. Martinez hit a grand slam on the next pitch, and the Yankees swept San Diego. Im wearing that ring right now, Torre said. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL High-tech replay room opening for business RICHARD DREW / AP Chris Marinak sits in front of a bank of television screens during a preview of Major League Baseballs Replay Operations Center on Wednesday in New York. Less than a week before most teams open, MLB is working on the unveiling of its new instant replay system, which it hopes will vastly reduce incorrect calls by umpires. COLLEGE FOOTBALL KRISTIE RIEKEN Associated Press COLLEGE STATION, Texas Johnny Man ziels NFL pro day had a former president, lots of swag, a Drake soundtrack and even some football, too. The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner threw for 75 ofcials from 30 teams on the Texas A&M campus Thursday. He also had some spe cial guests, as former President George H.W. Bush and wife Barbara and her two dogs rolled into the facility on golf carts about 10 min utes into the workout. The always ashy Manziel was true to his over-the-top Johnny Football persona, trot ting into the facility with his receivers as a tune by his buddy Drake blast ed through the building. He wore camouage shorts, a black Nike jer sey with his white No. 2 and caused a stir by wearing shoulder pads and a helmet. Manziel didnt under stand why it was a big deal. You play the game in shoulder pads on Sun days, he said. Why not come out and do it? ... For me it was a no-brainer. Manziel threw about 65 passes to six receiv ers, including A&M teammate Mike Ev ans, who like Manziel is expected to be a rst round pick in the May draft. Only two passes werent caught and Ev ans grabbed a third long pass out of bounds. I felt like it was good, Manziel said. (I) was obviously going for per fection. So had a couple balls hit the ground. One was on me. One was a little bit high. I couldve got it down for him a lit tle bit. Quarterback guru George Whiteld ran the workout. Manziel has worked with Whit eld throughout his ca reer and has spent a big chunk of the last 2 months working with him in California. Whit eld raved about his competitiveness. This wasnt just merely a set of routes that he was just going to go through and throw, Whiteld said. It just feels like ... life is riding on every pass with him. Eight NFL gener al managers and eight head coaches were among the group, in cluding Texans gener al manager Rick Smith and coach Bill OBrien. Houston has the top overall pick in the draft. Smith and OBrien liked what they saw from Manziel, but both cau tioned that this is just one step in a long pro cess. He made the throws that you look for and that you wanted to see so it was good, Smith said. Its just a part of it and it was impressive. Manziel, who started at A&M for two seasons, planned to meet with several teams on Thurs day afternoon after the workout. Sever al coaches were impressed that Manziel called all the NFL of cials onto the eld at the end of his workout to personally thank them for coming. College Stations a lit tle bit of a tricky spot to get to, he said. For me to call those guys up, just wanted to speak on my behalf as well as the six guys behind me and thank them for coming out. Tampa Bay coach Lovie Smith, who grew up in Big Sandy, Texas, enjoyed seeing Bush at the event. Thats a rst, a work out with an ex-presi dent, Smith said. But they do things a little dif ferently in Texas, which is a good thing, me be ing a Texan. Bush sat in his golf cart during the event and posed for pictures with dozens of people after ward. But Secret Service agents shooed away re porters looking to talk to the 41st president. Manziel said he didnt notice when Bush came in. No, he said. I was trying to go 65 for 65. Several more Drake songs played after his introductory one and he looked loose during the workout, at times bob bing his head, covered in the matte black hel met, to the beats. There was a brief hitch in the playlist, though. When he began the workout the explicit and exple tive-laden versions of the songs were played. When the 89-year-old Bush entered the build ing, the soundtrack quickly switched to an edited version of the same songs. He worked under cen ter, making throws of all distances, on the run and in the pocket. Whit eld added some chal lenges to the workout, waving a broom and chasing him with it on several throws. Manziel wows elder Bush, others at pro day

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B5 Business austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8263 DOW JONES 16,264.23 -4.76 NASDAQ 4,151.23 -22.35 S&P 500 1,849.04 -3.52 GOLD 1,291.50 -8.70 SILVER 19.71 -0.072 CRUDE OIL 101.28 +1.02 T-NOTE 10-year 102.08 +0.10 www.dailycommercial.com CAROLYN THOMPSON Associated Press Every month that Gregory Zbylut pays $1,300 toward his law school loans is another month of not qualifying for a decent mortgage. Every payment to ward their student loans is $900 Dr. Nida Degesys and her hus band arent putting in their retirement sav ings account. They believe theyll eventually climb from debt and begin us ing their earnings to build assets rather than ll holes. But, like the roughly 37 million oth ers in the U.S. saddled with $1 trillion in stu dent debt, they may never catch up with wealthy peers who be gan life after college free from the burden. The disparity, ex perts say, is contribut ing to the widening of the gap between rich and everyone else in the country. If you graduate with a B.A. or doctorate and you get the same job at the same place, you make the same amount of money, said Wil liam Elliott III, director of the Assets and Edu cation Initiative at the University of Kansas. But that money will actually mean less to you in the sense of ac cumulating assets in the long term. Graduates who can immediately be gin building equity in housing or stocks and bonds get more time to see their investments grow, while indebted graduates spend years paying principal and interest on loans. The standard student loan repayment schedule is 10 years but can be much longer. The median 2009 net worth for a house hold without out standing student debt was $117,700, nearly three times the $42,800 worth in a household with outstanding stu dent debt, according to a report co-written by Elliott last November. About 40 percent of households led by someone 35 or younger have student loan debt, a 2012 Pew Research Center analysis of gov ernment data found. Allen Aston is one of the lucky ones, having landed a full academ ic and nancial-need scholarship at Ohio State University. The 22-year-old software engineer from Colum bus estimates it let him avoid about $100,000 in debt. Without loans to re pay, Aston is already contributing 6 percent of his salary to a re tirement fund that is matched in part by his employer and doesnt have the same nancial concerns his friends do. Im making the same money as them, but they have student loans theyre paying back that I dont. So, it denitely seems no ticeable, he said. At the other end of the spectrum is Zbylut, an accoun tant-turned-attorney in Glendale, Calif. Hes been chipping away at nearly $160,000 in stu dent debt since gradu ating in 2005 from law school at Loyola Uni versity in Chicago. Now 48, the tax attorney es timates he could have $150,000 to $200,000 in a 401(k) had the money hes paid toward loans gone there. Im sitting here in trafc. Ive got a Mer cedes behind me and an Audi in front of me and Im thinking, What did they do that I didnt do? Zbylut said by cellphone from his Chevrolet. Hes been turned down twice for the type of mortgage he needs to buy a home big enough for himself, the ancee he would have married already if not for his debts and her 10-year-old son. I have more educa tion and more degrees than my father, as does she than her parents, and yet our parents are better off than we are. Whats wrong with this picture? he said. Student debt is the only kind of household debt that rose through the Great Recession and now totals more than either credit card or auto loan debt, ac cording to the Feder al Reserve Bank of New York. Both the num ber of borrowers and amount borrowed bal looned by 70 percent from 2004 to 2012. Of the nearly 20 mil lion Americans who at tend college each year, about 12 million bor row, according to the Almanac of Higher Edu cation. Estimates show that the average fouryear graduate accumu lates $26,000 to $29,000 in loans, and some leave college with six gures worth of debt. Rising college costs add to $1T student loan debt EVAN VUCCI / AP Nida Degesys, National President of the American Medical Student Association, is shown at her ofce in Sterling, Va. AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writer austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com The owners of Pichys Cuban 2 Go are in negotiations for an approxi mately 6,000 square-foot space for a Cuban ne-dining restaurant at the Lake Square Mall, according to one of the restaurants owners. William Arias, who co-owns Pichys with his wife and daughterin-law, said he hopes the restaurant will be able to open this June. While Pichys Cuban 2 Go is a lunch sandwich-oriented restau rant, the new restaurant, called Cuba Pichys Cuisine, will be a ne-dining Cuban-style restau rant, Arias said. The new restaurant will fea ture traditional Cuban dishes, Cu ban-style seafood and new menu creations, according to Arias. The restaurant will be near the malls main entrance and the cur rent J.C. Penneys store, in the spot that formerly housed Garelds restaurant. Arias Pichys location in Eustis opened in January 2013 and the ex isting Leesburg location opened in October 2011. Arias said they pre viously had a ne dining Cuban restaurant in Orlando from 1996 to 2001. The sale of the Lake Square Mall to Kohan Retail Investment Group closed on March 17 for $13.28 mil lion, Mike Kohan previously told the Daily Commercial Its a great location. The mall is suffering somewhat, but we believe that with ... new blood, (a) new owner coming in, that they are go ing to do their best to bring it back to the days of yesterday when, it was a much livelier place to shop, Arias said. The new mall restaurant will do lunch and dinner, and he is still debating a breakfast service, said Arias, who will look to hire approx imately 15 employees. Robert Sargent, public informa tion ofcer for the city of Leesburg, said after Garelds closed, the mall location temporarily was a drink ing establishment called Rumors. He said it is a great location for a restaurant because of the movie theater in the mall. You have a very popular mov ie theater there. You have movies, you have shopping, so its a great venue to go to and having a restau rant added to it makes it even bet ter, Sargent said. If you ever need a place to go on a rainy day, theres no better place than going to an in door mall, and catching a restau rant before a movie. What could be better? He added the mall is at a turning point. As their spaces (become) avail able, it becomes important that the mall sees new tenants come in. So, theyre kind of at a turning point right now, Sargent said. Sandi Moore, the executive direc tor of the Leesburg Area Chamber of Commerce, said she was happy that a local business was expand ing, and that it also will help the mall. Its a great thing for the mall, she said. Its a great thing to have another restaurant in our area that is a nicer restaurant. SOME OF THE PROPOSALS FOR TACKLING STUDENT DEBT President Barack Obama and lawmakers in Congress are debating how to address the issue of rising stu dent loan debt, something experts say is contributing to the widening between the rich and everyone else. Some of the proposals: Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has called for student in vestment plans. Private investment rms would cov er tuition costs that could be repaid later as a xed percentage of a graduates income for a set number of years, regardless of whether that amount covers the total debt. Rubio said that he still owed more than $100,000 in student loans when he became a senator in 2011. His ofce said he repaid his student loans in December 2012 with proceeds from his autobiography. Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., introduced the Stu dent Loan Borrowers Bill of Rights Act, which would remove educational loans from the list of debts that cant be discharged in bankruptcy. Obama has proposed extending the pay-as-youearn repayment plan to all student borrowers. The program limits student loan payments based on in come but is currently only available to borrowers who took out loans after October 2007. The Student Right to Know Before You Go Act of 2013, with Republican and Democratic sponsors, require colleges to report data to offer students cost-benet analyses comparing how much they can expect to earn in a particular eld with how much they will owe after earning a degree in a given subject. LEESBURG Cuban restaurant negotiating for Lake Square Mall location If you ever need a place to go on a rainy day, theres no better place than going to an indoor mall, and catching a restaurant before a movie. What could be better? Robert Sargent, Public information ofcer for the city of Leesburg

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Stock Footnotes:g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the n ame.Dividend Footnotes:a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferre d. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent d ividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus st ock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes:q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.NameDivLastChg New York Stock Exchange Dialing up another loss?BlackBerrys latest quarterly financial results should provide clues on the smartphone companys bid to revive its business. The struggling company is expected to report a fiscal fourth-quarter loss today. That would follow a loss of $4.4 billion in the previous quarter. The company said in December its trying to return to profitability by 2016. Investors will be listening for an update on BlackBerrys strategy, including its push to sell lower cost phones in emerging markets like Indonesia.Wallet checkEconomists project that Americans income grew a little more slowly last month. Income grew 0.3 percent in January after no increase in December, while spending grew 0.4 percent, with the increase stemming from a surge in spending on heating bills during the harsh winter. The Commerce Department reports today its income and spending figures for February.Eye on consumersThe University of Michigans consumer sentiment survey index for March is due out today. The index was 81.6 in February, up slightly from the previous month. Last months survey suggested that while bad weather kept consumers away from retail outlets, it didnt shake their confidence. Economists forecast that the index fell slightly from February. Source: FactSet 5 10 15 $20 BBRY $9.05 $70.25 Price-earnings ratio: lost moneybased on trailing 12 month resultsDividend: none 4Q Operating EPS4Q $0.22Source: FactSetPersonal income percent change, seasonally adjusted -0.1 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4% F J D N O S est. 0.2 flat est. -$0.56 Today 1,650 1,700 1,750 1,800 1,850 1,900 M ONDJF 1,800 1,860 1,920 S&P 500Close: 1,849.04 Change: -3.52 (-0.2%) 10 DAYS 14,500 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 M ONDJF 16,040 16,260 16,480 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 16,264.23 Change: -4.76 (flat) 10 DAYS Advanced1642 Declined1456 New Highs48 New Lows29 Vol. (in mil.)3,660 Pvs. Volume3,429 2,225 2,375 1014 1574 17 50NYSE NASDDOW16300.9416191.7916264.23-4.76-0.03%-1.88% DOW Trans.7442.197375.597411.43-18.11-0.24%+0.15% DOW Util.526.12519.68525.88+3.88+0.74%+7.20% NYSE Comp.10395.7310330.6010373.44+14.08+0.14%-0.26% NASDAQ4186.134131.814151.23-22.35-0.54%-0.61% S&P 5001855.551842.111849.04-3.52-0.19%+0.04% S&P 4001357.711346.491350.91-3.17-0.23%+0.62% Wilshire 500019805.2819644.2219726.03-32.95-0.17%+0.10% Russell 20001161.091146.831151.44-4.05-0.35%-1.05%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. YTD StocksRecap AT&T Inc T31.74539.00 34.96+.35 +1.0sst-0.6-0.9111.84f Advance Auto Parts AAP77.989129.99 123.89+1.14 +0.9tts+11.9+50.7220.24 Amer Express AXP63.43994.35 89.99+.33 +0.4ttt-0.8+34.8181.04f AutoNation Inc AN40.30954.49 51.76+.14 +0.3tts+4.2+17.617... Brown & Brown BRO27.76435.13 30.31-.20 -0.7tst-3.4-3.2200.40 CocaCola Co KO36.83443.43 38.82+.21 +0.5sst-6.0-2.3211.22f Comcast Corp A CMCSA38.75755.28 49.10-.52 -1.0ttt-5.5+21.5190.90f Darden Rest DRI44.78655.25 50.19-.62 -1.2tst-7.7+4.5202.20 Disney DIS55.87983.65 78.48-.14 -0.2tts+2.7+40.3220.86f Gen Electric GE21.11728.09 25.81+.19 +0.7sst-7.9+14.4190.88 General Mills GIS46.18853.07 51.08-.02 ...sss+2.3+8.1191.64f Harris Corp HRS41.08075.33 71.96-.33 -0.5tts+3.1+64.6191.68 Home Depot HD69.00783.20 78.68-.19 -0.2ttt-4.4+14.9211.88f IBM IBM172.195214.89 189.83-2.79 -1.4sss+1.2-7.5123.80 Lowes Cos LOW37.09852.08 48.54+.01 ...ttt-2.0+28.8230.72 NY Times NYT8.71016.93 16.53+.34 +2.1sss+4.2+64.5410.16 NextEra Energy NEE74.78095.43 94.61+.73 +0.8rss+10.5+25.2222.90f PepsiCo PEP77.01687.06 82.54-.33 -0.4sst-0.5+7.9192.27 Suntrust Bks STI26.97941.26 38.96-.62 -1.6tss+5.8+39.1140.80f TECO Energy TE16.12319.22 16.96+.17 +1.0sst-1.6+0.6180.88 WalMart Strs WMT71.51581.37 76.14-.09 -0.1sst-3.2+4.5161.92f Xerox Corp XRX8.11712.65 10.91+.02 +0.2ttt-10.4+29.6120.25f52-WK RANGE CLOSEYTD 1YR NAME TICKER LO HI CLOSE CHG %CHG WK MO QTR %CHG %RTN P/E DIVStocks of Local Interest B6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014

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C2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 Resident Owned Retirement Community100 Hawthorne Boulevard Leesburg, FL 34748 FREE ADMISSION FOOD FREE PARKING SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE M y parents had four young children to care for during the Depression. From them I learned that there are many ways to economize without neglecting the essentials for keeping a family housed and healthy. Just before the Depression hit my parents built a house on a lot Granddad gave them. The man who held the mortgage let them stay there until things got better by paying the interest on the loan. Daddy raised chickens and rabbits and picked wild berries, nuts and greens wherever he could nd them. He kept us supplied with meat and eggs and the delicious water from the cress he found in the woods below town. Mom raised a vegetable garden and fruit trees in our backyard. We had fresh fruit and vegetables in the sum mer and home-canned to matoes, green beans, cher ries, black berries and peaches in the winter. We had other exotic foods to eat like dandelion greens, horseradish, sassafras root for tea and black walnuts. Mom made the best sal ad with dandelion greens you have ever tasted. She washed them real well and tossed them with chopped onions, hard-boiled eggs and bacon bits and make a salad dressing of vinegar and bacon drippings. When the corn was ripe in the farmers elds, they would sell it from door to door for 25 cents a dozen. It was fresh from the eld and delicious. Today folks who are hav ing a difcult time feed ing their families have sev eral alternatives that we didnt have. We didnt have food banks or food stamps, but most folks dont grow fruits and vegetables in their backyard. I understand that the rules about chickens have been modied so folks in town can raise them in their backyard for eggs. Every time I go to the gro cery store I am shocked at the prices. It wasnt that long ago that I bought a gallon of milk for a dollar. Today it is four times that much and one small box of oatmeal is over $2. It must make it hard to feed a family on a limited budget. I have never been any good at gardening like my mother was, and I am afraid of chickens. (Have you ever been chased by a mean rooster?) I have learned to use some of that same kind of initiative that my parents used. Our rst baby was born while my husband was go ing to school under the GI Bill. Our subsistence check was $124 a month. (Dont hold me to that amount. That was a long time ago.) I worked in an ofce as long as I could and then used the $40 my boss gave me as a bonus to buy the things I needed for the baby. I stretched every nickel of that $40. I bought a secondhand crib after shopping around to get the best one I could. I made bumpers for the crib, crib sheets, crib pads, nighties and even receiving blankets and diapers. I bought an un painted three-drawer chest, a diaper pail and a plastic bath tub that I kept under the crib. (If you dont sew or knit you may have a wonderful rela tive who does.) We moved into public housing along with many of my husbands fellow stu dents. The rent for our apart ment was just $24 a month, adjusted for our meager income. When Ralph be gan working part time as a draftsman, we had to pay a little more according to our income. Public housing in those days did not have the ac coutrements that it has to day. We lived in Lomita, a little town just west of Los Angeles, Calif., so the build ings were earthquake proof. Everything was concrete: the steps, the porch, the oors. The oors were made of painted concrete and the walls were all buff-colored rough plaster. The only in teriors doors were on the bedroom and bathroom. The kitchen cabinets had no doors on them and neither did the broom closet. The lower cabinets were tted with doors to keep out little crawling children. In those days (1951-57) you could buy a yard of cot ton fabric for less than 50 cents, so I made curtains for the kitchen cabinets and the closets. Do you remember those awful plastic drapes? That is what I used on the living room and bedroom. I made curtains for the kitch en. We furnished our lit tle concrete love nest with the money we were able to save from my pension and Ralphs mustering-out pay. First we bought a good bed and the rest of the furniture didnt matter. The apart ment was tted with a tiny gas refrigerator and range, but we had to buy a wash ing machine with a baby on the way. It took a lot of work to keep that apartment looking nice but we were quite com fortable in it. We found a store where we could get rib steaks for 69 cents a pound and a farmers market where we bought our fresh fruit and vegetables. We ate a lot of beans and macaroni and cheese. The best advice I can give to a young woman today who is expecting her rst child on a shoestring budget is that she should invest in at least two dozen cloth diapers. Oh yes, Ive checked Walmart has them. I would also buy a pail with a lid and a box of Borax to soak the diapers. Thrift stores are a good place to look for baby items and in expensive household items like towels, dishes, at wear, pots and pans. Babies dont need a lot of fancy furniture to be healthy and happy. What they need most are two loving parents to cuddle them and care for them. Nina Gilfert can be reached at nmgilfert@yahoo.com. Stretching every penny in todays economy NINA GILFERT FROM THE PORCH STEPS COMMUNITY CALENDAR TODAY TRIANGLE BOAT CLUB LAST FRIDAY SOCIAL ITALIAN NIGHT: At 5:30 p.m. at the club in Tav ares. Pre-registration a must at 352-533-8398. Cost is $10. ICEHOUSE THEATRE OPENS OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS: At the theatre, 1100 N. Unser St., in Mount Dora. Call the box office at 352-3834616 for tickets and show times. SUNNYLAND ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC BOAT SHOW: At Wooton Park in Tava res, with specialty boats, racing and more. Ad mission is $5 per person per day through Sunday. Go to www.acbs-sunny land.org for details. SATURDAY THE VILLAGES OUTDOOR EXPO 2014: Saturday at 9 a.m., and Sunday at 10 a.m., with over 50 clubs and vendors, at La Haci enda Recreation Center and Lake Mira Mar. Go to www.districtgov.org for details. LEARN IPAD BASICS AT THE LEESBURG PUB LIC LIBRARY: From 2 to 4 p.m., covering basic iPad operations, at the library, 100 E. Main St., Leesburg. Call 352-7289790 or email librarian@ leesburgorida.gov for information. MAXS PET CONNEC TION ADOPTION EVENT: From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., every Saturday at the PetSmart, 534 N. U.S. Highway 27/441 in Lady Lake. Call 352-669-2855 for details. ALCOHOLICS ANONY MOUS MEETING IN AMER ICAN SIGN LANGUAGE: Every Saturday at 9 a.m., Waterman Hos pital, 1000 Waterman Way in Tavares. Call 352-360-0960 or email Intergroup@embarq mail.com. STARLIGHT BALLROOM AND DANCE CENTER 2014 SPRING SHOWCASE WITH JOHNNY THUNDER BENE FIT FOR LEESBURG CEN TER FOR THE ARTS: At 7 p.m., advance tickets $60, limited seating. Call 352-326-3833. PET PHOTO SHOOT FUNDRAISER FOR HENRI ETTA: Lake County Ani mal Services is hosting a fundraiser for Henrietta a mother dog found and rescued while labor and her pups today at South Lake Animal League ofce, 4648 Bap tist Island Rd. in Grov eland. For a $10 dona tion, pet owners get a mini photo session with their animals. Call 352429-6334 or go to www. slal.org to sign up. SECO ANNUAL MEM BERSHIP MEETING: Reg istration begins at 8:30 a.m., SECO headquar ter in Sumterville, U.S. Highway 301. Go to www.secoenergy.com for details. SUNDAY EUSTIS ELKS LODGE NO. 1578 BREAKFAST: From 8:30 to 11 a.m., ev ery Sunday, 2540 Dora Ave., in Tavares. Cost is $6. Call 352-343-5000 for details. MONDAY OPENING DOORS CONFERENCE HOSTED BY MID-FLORIDA HOME LESS COALITION: From 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Wild wood Community Cen ter, 6500 Powell Rd. in Wildwood. Cost is $25. Pre-registration re quired at 352-860-2308 at www.midflorida homeless.org. LAKE COUNTY DUPLI CATE BRIDGE CLUB: Novice games on Mon days at 9:15 a.m.; nonlife masters on Tues days and Fridays at 9:15 a.m.; open games Mon day, Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, at 1:15 p.m., 510 W. Key St., in Eustis. Call Elaine Swan son at 352-483-0592. TUESDAY LEESBURG HERITAGE SOCIETY MEETING: At 3:30 p.m., Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. Call 352-787-5969. ALCOHOLICS ANONY MOUS MEETING IN AMER ICAN SIGN LANGUAGE: Every Tuesday, St. Tim othys Church, 1351 Paige Pl., The Villages. Call 352-360-0960 or email Intergroup@em barqmail.com. TRIANGLE NEWCOM ERS LUNCHEON RESERVA TIONS DUE TODAY: Regis tration begins at 11 a.m. on April 8, at Lake Recep tions, 4425 N. Highway 19A in Mount Dora. Call Lil Henderson at 352365-6154. Cost is $15. WEDNESDAY TRIANGLE BOAT CLUB MEMBER MEETING AND SOCIAL: Potluck at 5:30 p.m. at the club in Tav ares. Call 352-533-8398. THURSDAY LEESBURG SPRING FISH FRY: From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., all you can eat, at the Mote-Mor ris House, Magnolia St., downtown Leesburg. Cost is $30; $15 for age 13 and younger. Go to www.leeburgpartner ship.com for details. APRIL 4 PUBLIC INVITED TO PO ETRY WEEK RECEPTION WITH VIVIAN SHIPLEY: From 5 to 7 p.m., One Flight Up Cafe in Mount Dora. Poetry Week runs from April 3-6, and in cludes Poetry Under the Oaks at the W.T. Bland Public Library. For in formation, call Susan Jaillet at 352-383-6391. MOUNT DORA ART LEAGUE HOSTS ANNUAL SPRING ART SHOW: To day through Sunday, at Donnelly Park in down town Mount Dora. In cluded in the show are students from Mount Dora Middle and High School. Hours are from 4 to 6 p.m. April 4, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on April 5 and noon to 4 p.m. on April 6. Admission is free. SUBMITTED PHOTO Margo Slaby was hired as the new operations manager at the Bay Street Players Theater in Eustis in February. She has a B.S. in business management and Internet marketing from Rasmussen College, where she graduated in June 2013. Prior to joining Bay Street Players, Slaby was executive editor of the Bunk Room Magazine, catering to education issues, ideas and advancements. SLABY NEW OPERATIONS MANAGER AT BAY STREET

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C3 MOUNT DORA Rotary celebrates anniversaries On Rotary Interna tionals anniversary, Feb. 23, Clayton Bish op, Jr. of Eustis cel ebrated his 57th an niversary of perfect attendance in Rotary Clubs. The Rotary Club of Lake County Golden Triangle with the char tered name, Rotary Club of Eustis, joined Rotary International 91 years ago. Bishop became a member of the Rotary Club in 1957 and is now designated as an Active R-85 member. He has attended numerous in ternational conferences. For information about the Rotary Club of Lake County Golden Triangle, go to www.LakeCoun tyRotary.Org. Meetings are Tuesdays at 11:45 a.m. at Lake Receptions in Mount Dora. SUMTERVILLE SECO honored by Arbor Day Foundation For the seventh year in a row, SECO Corpo ration has been recog nized by the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree Line USA utility, a pro gram that promotes the dual goals of delivering safe and reliable elec tricity while maintain ing healthy communi ty trees. Utilities must follow industry standards for quality tree care, pro vide annual training for employees in best treecare practices, spon sor a tree-planting and public education pro gram, maintain a treebased energy conser vation program and participate in an Arbor Day celebration to be eligible for the award. rfff ntbnrf f r r M y search for informa tion about the edi tor of an early Lake County magazine yielded some more nuggets over the weekend. Last week I mentioned what little I knew about An toinette Mullikin, editor of The Sandpiper rst pub lished July 1, 1928. Accord ing to her college annu al, Mullikin graduated from the Florida State College for Women in 1922 with a Bach elor of Arts degree. The year book also mentioned to which organizations Mul likin belonged. While checking out the 1924-25 Polk Directory, I learned her mother, Allie S. Mulliken, was a cashier for the Atlantic Coast Line and owned a home at 224 E. Woodward Ave. in Eustis. Her deceased husband went by M.E. Did you notice the spell ing discrepancy I found with the last name? Her name in the directory listings was spelled Mulliken, but was listed as Mrs. A.S. Mullikin under the street guide and householders directory por tion of the book. Antoinette had her own listing, and it was also spelled differently: Mullik en, Antoinette. The college yearbook used Millikin. Since she was editor of The Sandpiper and her name was listed there as Mullikin, Im condent that is the correct spelling. I guess I learned a lesson because Ive pretty much relied on the spelling found in the Polk Directory to be correct. My search also yielded an other Lake County maga zine. At least The Panther called itself a magazine in the dedication on the cover. It also beats The Sandpip er as it was published June 1, 1928, a month before The Sandpipers rst issue. It was dedicated to Virgin ia Caldwell, the able spon sor of the Panther in loving appreciation of her unceas ing efforts during the past year, and in token of our in creasing affection and grat itude, and of the love we have in common for Eus tis High School, we dedicate this magazine. So there you have it, The Panther was a magazine. More on The Panther later. I also learned in the Polk Directory that Antoinette Mullikin was a public school teacher and lived with her mother. My guess was she was a high school teach er because of her interest in publishing a magazine. I felt she must have taken some writing or English courses in college. It was veried when I looked at The Panther a Eu stis High School publication of 1928. She was mentioned with the high school facul ty, teaching English, civics and geography. She was also doing postgraduate work at Columbia University. Alas, The Panther also spelled her name Mullik en. She was the sponsor or homeroom teacher for the juniors. So, for now, that is what I know about Antoinette Mul likin. I plan to visit the Eu stis Memorial Library and the local museum to learn more. In the meantime, lets look at The Panther which had elements of a high school annual. It was a 12-page maga zine printed on slick 11-by14-inch paper and stapled together. And the edition of June 1, 1928 was Volume 1, No. 1. But it was also de scribed as a paper in a blurb about appreciation for the Panther staff. In reading this edition I tend to think The Panther was a one-time publication. At the end of the tribute to the staff was Thus ends the Panthers Tale. Of the staff, all but two were seniors.An appreciation also was writ ten for the editor-in-chief, Mary Daniels, a senior. The associate editor was Jean Hazelton, the society editor was Dorothy Smoak, the sports editor was Bill Curtis, a sophomore, the fea tures editor Marjorie Rich ardson, Annie Jackson was the other non-senior and a reporter, the circulation manager was Bleeker Bail es and the business manager was Francis Savage. The last two staffers re ceived a special mention in the staff appreciation. We are especially grate ful to Francis Savage, our in valuable business manag er, without whose excellent ability this Panther would have been an impossibil ity, and to Bleeker Bailes, whose pep and enthusiasm have aided us so greatly in the circulation of our paper and whose interest has been shown in every phase of the work, praised The Panther More was written about the publications sponsor, Miss Virginia Caldwell. Caldwell was the Span ish teacher and served as secretary for Professor W.L. Goette, who also was in charge of vocational guid ance. She graduated from Winthrop College in 1925 and taught at Ocala High School for a couple of years before heading to Eustis. Eustis was indeed fortu nate to secure the services of this optimistic, indus trious and conscientious worker, gushed the pub lication. She has such a pleasing personality, and is such a good sport, that ev ery student considers her to be a true friend. Bailes was mentioned in several categories of the se nior class, including wittiest girl, biggest irt (girl), most popular girl, most athletic girl and peppiest girl. For the boys it was Bill Calvin, the most diplomatic boy, the most popular boy, the cutest boy and the pep piest boy. They didnt list the most likely to succeed, but the best students were Fitch Etheridge for the boys and Mary Daniels for the girls. More on The Sandpiper next week, and I welcome information on the maga zine or Antoinette Mullikin. Rick Reed is a columnist who lives in Mount Dora. To reach him call (352) 383-1458, or email him at RICOH007@aol.com. Before The Sandpiper came Eustis Highs Panther SUBMITTED PHOTO This postcard from the collection of Clayton Bishop shows Eustis High School, originally located on Orange Avenue. RICK REED REFLECTIONS SUBMITTED PHOTO Left to right, Melissa Guinta, science fair coordinator, and Amanda Ward, Nick Bentley, Hannah Faircloth, Bob Johnson and Randy Campbell, Umatilla High School Science Fair winners, receive Kiwanis awards of $150 each. Umatilla Middle School Science Fair winners were awarded $75 each from the Kiwanis Club. Coordinators for the group were Jennifer Keller and Emily Logan, and winners were Peyton Turner and Ashleigh Cropp. Bob Johnson was the Science Fair chairman for the Umatilla Kiwanis Club and presented awards to the winners. YOUNG SCIENTISTS RECEIVE SUPPORT FROM UMATILLA KIWANIS My search also yielded another Lake County magazine. At least The Panther called itself a magazine in the dedication on the cover. It also beats The Sandpiper as it was published June 1, 1928, a month before The Sandpipers first issue.

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Todays Highlight in His tory : On March 28, 1939, the Spanish Civil War neared its end as Madrid fell to the forces of Francisco Franco. HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Fri day, March 28, 2014: This year you will be open to a changing situation that could affect your daily life. You feel more in touch with your creativity than you have in a while. Understand what is happening within your im mediate circle. If you are sin gle, use caution around any new person who enters your life. He or she could be emo tionally unavailable. Unless you are, too, relating could become stressful at best. If you are attached, the two of you have a way of changing directions when you need to. No matter what age you are, summer triggers even more romance. PISCES makes a great healer for you. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Your intuition might cloud what normally would appear as a straightforward issue. You seem to be pick ing up the nuances of the situation. Understand what is happening around you, but try not to put yourself in any difcult situations. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You will move forward with clarity and direction. You know what is doable un der the present circumstanc es. Youll want to make a difference where it counts. Recognize what you can do to prevent an escalating, tense situation. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You could be exhausted by the neediness of some one who is close to you. Per haps it is time for a mini-va cation or a weekend away. Take off as soon as you can you will feel the differ ence. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Realize what a weekend away could do for you. You might want to mellow out to great music. Others sim ply might need to nd them selves surrounded by na ture. Break away from the status LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You have strong ideas, es pecially when it comes to maximizing the good times. It appears as though some one close to you also has a great idea, perhaps for to night. There is no reason to say anything negative; try it this persons way. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You might feel as if you have lost control of a situ ation and want to regain it. Unfortunately, the best you can do at the moment is to let others do what they need to do. Be direct with a loved one, as you might not under stand his or her choices. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) An associate cares far more about a joint effort or project than you realize. This person might not understand what is happening within you, but you both could be develop ing strong feelings for each other. Stay aware. SCORPIO (Oct. 23Nov. 21) Youll have a bet ter chance of discovering what is happening with a loved one by saying less and not being so stern or with drawn. You could be taken aback by how much you care about this person. Feelings abound. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) Focus on your do mestic life, know what you want and move past a dif cult situation. Take it one day at a time and express more enthusiasm for a proj ect than you have in the past. You could be working through a problem without really acknowledging it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) You might consid er taking some time off with a friend, close relative or neighbor. Others will seek you out for various reasons, but make a point of sched uling time with a person of importance. Your words will trigger others imaginations. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Your ability to move past what others often resist might need to emerge with a money matter. Youll see this situation as being far more protable than others do. You might choose not to explain what is going on, yet others still will grasp your enthusiasm. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You could be taken aback by what is happen ing, as your imagination seems to come up with one creative idea after the oth er. Realize that you have a lot to accomplish. A child or loved one might become ef fusive in expressing his or her caring. HOROSCOPES Bigars Stars JACQUELINE BIGAR TODAY IN HISTORY DEAR ABBY: I have been married almost four years. Recent ly I had some medical problems that were my wake-up call. Im ne now, but I no longer am willing to wait for someday. I decided to try some new hobbies, one of which is skydiving. I had said for years Id never do it because Im afraid of heights. But I have changed my mind, and for me, this is a big deal. When I asked my husband what he thought, his response was, Im not spend ing the day just to see you jump out of an air plane. Talk about dis appointing! I have always gone with the ow when he has wanted to do something. I know he doesnt want to go sky diving, but all I want ed was his support, and maybe someone to take a video or pictures. His response has left me wondering about a lot of things. I have had enough of his negativ ity. He doesnt do any thing except stay home. I guess I expected him to be excited for me, or to say he didnt want me doing it. The rst is what I would have pre ferred. Now Im not sure where I go from here. DISAPPOINTED IN SAN DIEGO DEAR DISAPPOINTED: I hope you realize this letter isnt about skydiv ing, but your husbands refusal to help you cel ebrate your new lease on life. A successful marriage is one in which a cou ple ideally grows TO GETHER. If your hus band is unwilling or unable to do that, then where you go from here is to rst ask him if hes willing to talk to a marriage counsel or with you. If hes not, then schedule some sessions for yourself with a licensed profes sional and discuss the circumstances that led to your wake-up call. It will help you rational ly and unemotional ly decide how best to enjoy this gift of life you have been given. DEAR ABBY: You have addressed cellphone etiquette in your col umn before, but in this day and age it bears re peating. We attended a meet ing for parents and stu dents last night at our childs high school. In evitably, a cellphone rang, which can hap pen to anyone. The ring was quickly silenced. A few minutes lat er, another cellphone started ringing. Rather than mute it, the parent answered it and pro ceeded to have a con versation during the meeting while a school staff person was mak ing a presentation. It wasnt a long conversa tion, but it wasnt quiet either. The parent was sitting in the back row he could have easily slipped out to have this important conversa tion. Thanks for letting me vent. It was ex tremely annoying and rude. Now I know why his son has no com mon sense. ANNOYED IN IOWA DEAR ANNOYED: At most events an an nouncement is made beforehand that cell phones should be turned off. If there is an interruption, an ex perienced speaker will pause until the inter ruption ceases. From your letter, I assume that isnt what hap pened last night. Children learn man ners and common sense by watching their parents. If consider ation for others isnt modeled for them, they dont learn it. Dear Abby is written by Abi gail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was found ed by her mother, Pauline Phil lips. Write Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Medical wake-up call prompts questions about life, marriage

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C8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 And much more . 352-728-88001118 S. 14th St. (U.S. 27), Leesburg, FL To See Our Work Visit Us At www.lakesquare.infoFL State Certified 26 SUBMITTED PHOTO Pictured are Lt. Will Jenkins, left, and Lt. Jeff Hurst, Lake County reghters who were promoted to lieutenants in a ceremony with family and ofcials from Lake Countys Public Safety Department, on Feb. 18 at the Lake County Administration Building in Tavares. Lt. Hurst has been with Lake County Public Safety for 15 years. Hursts wife, Kara, did the honors of pinning his badge. Lt. Jenkins has served nine years as a Lake County reghter/paramedic and training ofcer, and surrounded by his parents, his mother pinned his new badge to his uniform. Lake County Public Safety Fire Chief John Jolliff and Assistant Fire Chief Jim Dickerson, along with numerous re and county ofcials, were on hand to elevate the new lieutenants. LAKE FIREFIGHTERS PROMOTED SUBMITTED PHOTO Earnestine Henderson of Oakwood Smokehouse Grill, one of the 14 local restaurants represented at the annual Taste of The Villages, serves up barbecue to the more than 300 guests at the fundraiser on Feb. 5 at the Wildwood Community Center. The event raised more than $30,000 to benet the Lazarus Free Medical Clinic in Wildwood, a program of Catholic Charities of Central Florida. TASTE OF THE VILLAGES RAISES FUNDS FOR CLINIC SUBMITTED PHOTO Air Force Airman Christopher J. Elszasz has graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical tness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Elszasz also earned distinction as an honor graduate. He is the son of Jeffrey Elszasz of Umatilla and Tina Mincy of Eustis, and is a 2005 graduate of Umatilla High School. SUBMITTED PHOTO Air Force Airman Logan A. Chandler recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive eightweek program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical tness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Chandler is the son of Joey Chandler of Lake Panasoffkee and Kim Carey of Bushnell. He is a 2011 graduate of South Sumter High School, in Bushnell. CHANDLER GRADUATES FROM TRAINING AIRMAN ELSZASZ GRADUATES LAKE COUNTY Planned gifts will benefit Hospice Two area women have designated por tions of their estates to the Central Flor ida hospice agency. Cornerstone Hospice Foundation will receive $92,000 from the es tate of Jane Van Wagner Stoll of Leesburg who passed away last year. The foundation has also received a gift of more than $82,000 from the Delaney Fam ily Trust, established by Maria Delaney who lived in The Villages. Delaney designated Cornerstone Hospice in her estate plan after her husband, Norman, was cared for by the in ter-disciplinary hos pice team. For information about Cornerstone Hospice go to www.cor nerstonehospice.org. GROVELAND Animal league receives grant The South Lake An imal League (SLAL) has received a grant of $500 from the Weid man Family Fund of the Community Foun dation of Broward, us ing the grant to provide food, medical care and shelter to the animals in the Groveland center. Serving Lake and sur rounding counties since 1988, SLAL rescues and nds new homes for dogs and cats that have been abandoned and last year found homes for 700 pets. For information about the South Lake Animal League, go to www.slal.org. SUBMITTED PHOTO D.J. Lynch of Wildwood was spotted recently at the Walgreens in Leesburg wearing a sandwich board advertising the Korean War and Service Veterans group that meets at 2 p.m., every fourth Wednesday of the month, at the Leesburg Senior Center, 1211 Penn St., in Leesburg. SUPPORTING VETERANS

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OUR NEWEST LOCATION...(Across from Chilis on 441 Leesburg)TAKE HOME WITH YOU OR ASK ABOUT OUR DELIVERY! PROUDLY FEATURING...Gel Memory Foam $ FULL SETS$ $ MAGRUDER: New composite decking is more durable / E2 E1 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 352-365-8203 features@dailycommercial.com Real Estate

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E2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 F or the last 20 years, composite deck ing products have grown in populari ty primarily because of their long-term n ished appearance ver sus wood decking, which takes a beating in the weather. Com posite decking is typ ically comprised of wood bers mixed with a base polyeth ylene plastic or PVC base material. The ma terial is then shaped into solid or hollow deck boards about an inch thick. The older genera tion of composite deck boards had many ad vantages, including the look and strength; how ever, it was very sus ceptible to stains and scratches because of the wood bers in the product. Just imag ine, you had a beau tiful brown compos ite deck installed and during your very rst party someone either dragged a chair across the surface, creating a deep scratch, or worse, the night ended with a huge greasy spot on the deck because someone dropped a hamburger. Over the last couple of years, the next gen eration of composite decking has been de veloped, which incor porates a hard shell solid cap to seal the strength of the com posite substrate while offering superior scratch and stain re sistance benets. Trex Company is one of the leading manufactur ers in composite deck ing and their new line features shell technol ogy, which fully wraps the composite decking. This new line of deck has a 25-year warranty against fade and stain while offering a sur face that is signicant ly more resistant to scratches. The new hard shell technology from Trex Company offers an other huge benet the look of real wood. Older composite deck ing offered very little in a natural wood grain look, but the outer shell technology looks like wood that has been stained or paint ed. The system has opened the doors to new exciting colors. With new hidden fas tening systems, an allcapped shell composite deck brings a sleekness and elegance to outside areas, which should last signicantly longer. New railing and lighting systems have been de veloped that are much easier to install but still offer a look featured at ve-star resorts. Instead of manufacturers offer ing a composite deck board, they have devel oped complete systems that enhance a back yard lifestyle. Most composite decking still lacks the strength to be used for the structural part of the deck, but the com ponents are designed to mask the treated lumber or steel struc tural components. The next step in compos ite deck construction projects is Trex Com panys new Elevations structural steel sys tem. The steel structur al system is a truer and provides a more level surface for deck boards versus structural treat ed lumber, which is subject to crowning and warping issues. If installed correctly, a little soap and water is all that should be need ed to keep your new hard shell composite deck looking great for years to come. These new composite decking materials continue the trend in building inno vations, which are cre ating products that ap pear more realistic, last longer and require less maintenance. The chal lenge for homeowners is to change old build ing paradigms of the past, especially in re modeling. Don Magruder is the CEO of Ro-Mac Lumber & Supply, Inc., and he is also the host of the Around the House Ra dio Show heard every Mon day at noon on My790AM WLBE in Leesburg. New composite decking is more durable DON MAGRUDER AROUND THE HOUSE R.C. Stevens Construction awarded contract and continues project WINTER GAR DEN Winter Gar den-based R.C. Ste vens Construction Co. has been awarded a contract with Nemours Childrens Primary Care-Oviedo, where the construction company will retrot the interi or space with addition al square footage. The $600,000 project is ex pected to be complet ed in May. R.C. Stevens is also progressing with work at a major national bev erage bottling facility in Elmsford, N.Y., where the company is engi neering, renovating and replacing under oor process drainage systems at the facility, a $3 million project ex pected to be complete in April. For information about R.C. Stevens Construction Com pany, 28 S. Main St., in Winter Garden, call 407-299-3800. Crossman appointed to board of trustees ORLANDO John Crossman, president of Crossman & Compa ny, has been appoint ed by Gov. Rick Scott to the Valencia College District Board of Trust ees. The board is com posed of citizens who serve without pay and are legally vested with decision-making pow er in all matters of col lege policy, programs, building, budget and personnel. Crossman has served as a member of the In ternational Coun cil of Shopping Cen ters (ICSC) Foundation Board and as the pres ident of NAIOP Cen tral Florida. He suc ceeds Jerry Buchanan and is appointed for a term that began Febru ary 28 and will end May 31, 2017. Crossman & Compa ny was founded in 1990 and is a regional shop ping center brokerage rm that represents over 200 shopping centers. For information, go to www.crossmanco. com or call 407-5816223. Oceans Luxury Realty finds big niche in property management DAYTONA BEACH SHORES Oceans Luxury Realty, which acquired Exit Realty of Daytona Beach Shores in December, has found a growing niche in property management. Crystal Anderson, president and chief ex ecutive ofcer, said Oceans Luxury Real ty has earned 15 new property management assignments since De cember and the rm is now generating more than $100,000 per week in revenues. Oceans Luxury Real tys property manage ment division special izes in luxury vacation rentals, Anderson said. Stephanie Weav er, as manager of the rms property man agement division with leasing specialists An thony Williams, Mark Meller and Anderson, plans to expand the di vision with more leas ing agents. For information, call Oceans Luxury Real ty at 888-227-8397 or email oceansluxuryre alty@gmail.com. Emerson International negotiates expansion lease ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Zack Star key, commercial asso ciate at Emerson In ternational, recently negotiated an expan sion lease agreement with the tenant, Flo casts LLC, at its Sanlan do Center on W. State Road 434 in Longwood. Flocasts is an on line sports media out let and publisher cov ering high school, college and profession al track and eld ath letes, coaches and fans. Flocasts expanded its ofce space to 1,302 square feet at 2180 San lando Center. Call 407-834-9560 for information. Architects named for Banco do Brasil Americas ORLANDO Banco do Brasil Americas has named Rabits & Roma no Architecture, Plan ning and Design as its architect of record for its rst branch ofce in Orlando. Banco do Brasil plans to open a 4,000-squarefoot branch at 5575 In ternational Dr. by the end of the year. The branch will serve mil lions of Brazilian tour ists as well as a growing Brazilian community in Central Florida. The bank will have two international ATMs where Brazilian custom ers will be able to ac cess their international accounts instantly. The design and facade of the building will showcase contemporary Brazilian architecture despite fac ing challenges in build ing with American ma terials and methods of construction. Main features of the building will include: a stacked roof system, a contemporary arched facade, covered entry portico, curved screen wall and clerestory windows. Go to www.rabits romano.com for infor mation. NAI Realvest negotiates new lease for CrossFit Gym ORLANDO NAI Re alvest recently negoti ated a lease agreement for a new 6,500-squarefoot CrossFit gym in Unit B of the retail/ex facility located at 511 Brookhaven Dr. near downtown Orlando. The NAI Realvest re tail team of Mitch Heid rich, Kevin OConnor and Matthew Cichoc ki negotiated the lease representing the tenant CFO Partners, Inc., who will operate as CrossFit Orlando, providing ac credited tness train ing seminars. The tenant outgrew its space at 5134 Adan son St. in Orlando and plans to open the new facility in March. The landlord, Brookhaven/511, LLC, was represented in the transaction by Cross man & Company. PEOPLE, PLACES AND EVENTS

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SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 E3 Hold-Thyssen Real Estate Services, a commercial property rm based in Winter Park with ofces in Tampa and Nashville, Tenn., recently appointed Theresa Margaris as transaction specialist. R. Anthony Fisher, vice president of Hold-Thyssen Real Estate Services, said Margaris earned her B.S. degree in business administration from Southern Illinois University and has more than 12 years of commercial real estate experience. Margaris will be responsible for commercial property transactions in the Tampa Bay region, Fisher said. For information, call Hold-Thyssen Real Estate Services, 407-691-0505. SUBMITTED PHOTO MARGARIS APPOINTED TRANSACTION SPECIALIST JEFF COLLINS The Orange County Register With two daughters and a baby on the way, Carlos and Cinthya Ji jon decided last year to buy a house for about the same monthly cost as a bigger apartment. But they couldnt nd a home. Supply was tight. And investors armed with stfuls of cash outbid them every time. Today, however, the Jijons are unpacking, settling into a one-sto ry house in Buena Park, Calif. The auto parts deliveryman and the nurse made the tran sition from renters to rst-time homebuyers. The market is tough for rst-timers such as the Jijons. Statistics show that number of rst-time buyers is falling. A California Associa tion of Realtors survey showed, for example, that about half as many rst-timers bought houses in 2013 as in 2009. But the Jijons per severed, taking an eight-hour homebuy ing course, learning about cash assistance programs, and get ting loads of practical advice. They beat the odds. With the spring Buying a home: 5 tips for first timers PAUL RODRIGUEZ / MCT Carlos Jijon, right, and his wife Cinthya pose for a photo with their three children: Emmanuel, 15 months, Natalie, 14, and Danica, 5. The couple recently bought this home in Buena Park, Calif. SEE TIPS | E4

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E4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 GRAND OPENINGLet us make your kitchen everything it can be and more! 771 E Hwy 50 Clermont, FL 34711352-602-1197www.clermontcabinetstore.com LISA A. FLAMAssociated PressWalls can get dirty before you know it from a splatter of spa-ghetti dinner to the crayon artistry of a roaming toddler to n-gers simply reaching for a light switch. Its easy to pass by walls and woodwork every day without a second glance, but spring-cleaning season is a great time to give them the attention they deserve. Like many house-keeping tasks, regular cleaning can help avoid bigger cleanup work later on. It doesnt have to be as difcult of a job as it sounds, said Amy Panos, senior editor at Better Homes and Gar-dens. The easier you can make it on yourself, the more likely you are to do it.DIRT AND SCUFFSWalls tend to get dirti-est around light switch-es and door knobs. Even if a hand looks clean, it still has a lit-tle dirt and oils that over time build up and eventually make that area of the wall dirty, Panos said. Walls also get marked up from accidental kicks or the brush of a bag near the base-boards. Parents know how toddlers hands often nd their way to walls, either with lthy ngers or with crayons or markers. These ngerprints and other blemishes are best tackled right away. The sooner you can get to a mark that is noticeable, the easier it will be to clean, said Sharon Grech, a color and design expert for Benjamin Moore. People are wary of cleaning or washing painted surfaces be-cause they fear the pro-cess will remove the paint. But Grech said the technology has im-proved over the last de-cade, and paints now are more stain-resis-tant and durable for cleaning. Still, its important to use the right products. To remove everyday marks, Grech suggest-ed using a clean cellu-lose sponge with a little warm water. Just give it a good rub, she said. Wait for it to dry and see if its clean. If the dirt is still ev-ident, repeat the pro-cess using a dab of dish detergent and wipe the area dry with a clean sponge, rag or paper towel. Warm water does miracles with a sponge, Grech said. You want to avoid us-ing regular household cleaners that have am-monia and other prod-ucts in them because they can change the sheen of the paint. Panos likes the ease of a foam eraser pad, like Mr. Clean Magic Eras-er, though be sure to test it rst in an incon-spicuous area to make sure it wont remove the color or nish. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is approved by the manu-facturer for use on most paints, including at and semi-gloss paint. Theyre quite incred-ible, Panos said. They take care of a lot. Dont forget doorways and trim, often coated in easy-to-wipe paints but in light colors like white and cream that make marks especial-ly visible. Cleaning those areas can instant-ly make the room seem brighter. It really glistens, Grech said. Its like putting on a nice lip gloss.DUST AND COBWEBSWhile most people know to take care of an unsightly mark, many overlook cleaning the whole wall, Panos said. Once you have a fresh coat of paint, lightly dust the walls about ev-ery three months. You dont need to get a bucket and soap and sponge and completely wash down the walls, she said. Make it easy on yourself by getting a tool with an extension pole so that you can stand on the ground and take care of the job in just a few minutes rather than having to drag out a ladder. Clean the ceiling rst, with a dust-at-tracting microber mop on the extension pole for smooth ceil-ings, or a slightly damp paint roller on the pole for a popcorn ceiling, she said. The walls can be cleaned from top to bottom with the mop (dry or slightly damp), and the baseboards hand-cleaned with a microber cloth. Keeping the envi-ronment as dust-free as possible is helpful for a good interior air quali-ty, Panos said. Grech recommends regular cleaning where dusts collects, such as on baseboards, and on window ledges, where it can mix with mois-ture and turn into a mess. While cleaning the walls wont prolong the paint job, she said, it will help keep them looking their best. You want to clean the areas that are get-ting a little bit more abused to keep it fresh, she said.Tips for keeping walls and woodwork clean KATE MATHIS / APThis 2012 photo shows Better Homes & Gardens Senior Editor, Amy Panos, in Saratoga Springs, New York. Like many housekeeping tasks, regular cleaning can help avoid bigger cleanup work later on.homebuying sea-son now in full swing (March through June are the years four bus-iest months), here are 10 tips for rst-time homebuyers: 1) Determine what you can afford. The rst step is to meet with a lender, review your -nances and nd out how much you can af-ford to spend on a home and how much you have for your down payment. Experts warn also not to shop for the most expensive home you qualify for, unless you truly can live with the payment that comes with it. 2) Take a class, read a book. One of the most common mistakes nov-ices make, according to former loan proces-sor and author Carolyn Warren, is to blab to an agent that this is their rst time and that they really need his or her guidance. Its like wear-ing a sign: Charge me more. 3) Shop for a mort-gage. Dont use what-ever lender your agent recommends without doing some indepen-dent shopping. Another classic mis-take: calling 10 lend-ers and asking for their interest rates. A lend-er cant be held to those quotes, so its just go-ing to lead you to the smoothest-talking liar, Warren said. Its better to look up mortgage rates online, then call three or four lenders and mortgage brokers and ask them for a written list show-ing their fees. The lowest rate is no good if youre paying too much in fees, War-ren said. 4) Check for down-payment assis-tance. Before you shop, check to see if you qualify for one of the down-payment assis-tance programs. Dont assume your income is too high, said Karla Lopez del Rio of NeighborWorks Or-ange County, a housing assistance agency ap-proved by the Depart-ment of Housing and Urban Development. 5) Get pre-approved. Getting a lender to pre-approve a loan be-fore you shop can make your offers more at-tractive, while avoiding deals falling apart be-cause loans dont get ap-proved during escrow. Get all the docu-mentation youll need for the loan process W2s, tax returns, pay stubs, bank account statements. Find out from your lender exact-ly what youll need. And go to Annual-CreditReport.com to get your free credit re-ports from all three ma-jor credit agencies. Ex-perts recommend you contact TransUnion, Equifax or Experian and pay $8 to $10 to get your credit score as well. (You dont have to subscribe to their monthly monitoring or other services.) TIPS FROM PAGE E3 P AUL RODRIGUEZ / MCTWith his 15-month-old son Emmanuel watching, Carlos Jijon works to move things out of the garage and into his familys recently-purchased home in Buena Park, Calif.



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LAKE COUNTY CLASSIC UNDER WAY AT HARBOR HILLS, B1LAKE COUNTY JURY: Landlord found guilty of second-degree murder, A3 PROPOSAL: Sheriff considering taking over Animal Services, A3 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Friday, March 28, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com Vol. 138 No. 87 5 sectionsINDEX CLASSIFIED D1 COMICS C6 CROSSWORDS D6 DIVERSIONS C7 LEGALS D1 BUSINESS B5 AROUND THE BLOCK C1 OBITUARIES A4 SPORTS B1 VOICES A7 REAL ESTATE E1 TODAYS WEATHER Detailed forecast on page A8.78 / 66Couple of thunderstorms 50 TOP WEEKENDS3 An Amphicars Splash-in is planned from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in Mount Dora. Cars will be seen driving around town until these amphibious vehicles hit the boat ramp at Gilbert Park. Habitat for Humanity of Lake-Sumter is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a concert in Eustis Ferran Park from 6 to 10 p.m. today with DarkWolf, Boggy Creek and Pistol Holler. The concert is free.25TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT The Sunnyland Antique & Classic Boat Show will see 250-plus boats on display in the water and on land from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today through Sunday at Wooton Park in Tavares. Cost is $5.ANTIQUE & CLASSIC BOAT SHOW AMPHICARS SPLASH-IN SET FOR MOUNT DORA1 2 3 PETER LEONARDAssociated PressKIEV, Ukraine The world rushed to help Ukraine on Thursday, with the International Monetary Fund pledg ing up to $18 billion in loans, the U.N. con demning the vote that drove Crimea into Rus sian hands and the U.S. Congress approving even harsher sanctions against Russia. Yet even with such intensive help to prop up Ukraines teetering economy, the prime minister warned of painful times ahead from the necessary economic reforms and home energy pric es were certain to rise quickly. Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Ty moshenko, one of the IMF to help Ukraine with up to $18B bailout PAVEL GOLOVKIN / AP Members of the Crimean self defense forces gather for their morning brieng prior to patrolling Simferopol, Crimea, Thursday. ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writerroxanne.brown@dailycommercial.comPicture the 226-foottall Florida Citrus Tower in Clermont turned into a giant Muslim Mosque, where an Islamic call to worship would be broad casted from its speakers across the countryside. Its hard to imagine, but not for longtime resident Greg Homan, who wants to sell the iconic tourist attrac tion to the city for $2.5 million. Although hes considered putting the tower on the market ofcially, the thought of unknown private buyers makes him nervous. Ive always said all along that Clermont, or the Chamber (of Commerce), or something along those lines, should be the next owners of the tower, Homan said, JIM TURNERThe News Service of FloridaRed-light cameras wont be turned off in Florida this year. Without enough votes lined up, Senate Transportation Chair man Jeff Brandes put the brakes on a bill (SB 144) that focused on repealing the states red-light camera law. Instead, he pro posed changes to increase regu lations on the use of the devices. But Brandes Transportation Committee on Wednesday didnt act on the proposed changes, deciding to postpone a vote on his rewritten bill. That shows you the pow er of this (red light camera) industry, said Brandes who maintained his opposition to the Mark Wandall Trafc Safety Act of 2010, the states red-light camera law, after the postponement. What youre seeing is munic ipalities that have become ad dicted to the funds, and in many of these cities its not about safe ty, Brandes added. Its become a backdoor tax increase. While moving away from a repeal, Brandes proposed changes that would allow new cameras at intersections but only if their use is justied through traf c engineering studies a requirement that is included in a House bill. Also, money generated from red-light camera tickets would have to be used for trafc safety improvements, and juris dictions wouldnt be able to use the cameras if they fail to provide annual camera-enforcement reports to the state. In early February, Brandes and Rep. Frank Artiles, R-M iami, held a press conference in the Capitol Brakes put on red-light camera repeal BRANDES AP FILE PHOTO This photo shows a package of K2, a concoction of dried herbs sprayed with chemicals. LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writerlivi.stanford@dailycommercial.comLake County commissioners are moving forward with plans to ban the sale of syn thetic marijuana countywide. Commissioners this week agreed to advertise an or dinance banning the drug, which health experts and the Lake County Sheriffs Ofce say has an adverse effect on children. Commonly marketed as potpourri, incense or bath salts, and packaged in colorful cellophane wrappers with brand names like Mr. Happy, synthetic marijuana is frequently sold in convenience stores and smoke shops. Health experts say the substances can cause psychotic episodes in those that smoke them. Bath salts, meanwhile, are often sold as over-the-counter products used for bathing, but can be swallowed, snorted, smoked or injected to obtain a euphoric effect. Commissioner Sean Parks pushed for the ordinance after hearing about a child who went into cardiac arrest from taking the drug. The chemicals we are discussing today pose a big danger to our residents, he said. They are poisons that are being marketed to our kids. As the father of three young kids, it scares me. I think this will give the sheriffs department a tool to help tackle this issue. The drugs are sold as incense, with exotic names like K2, Black Mamba and Spice. Other brands names appear to target children, like Scooby Snacks, Mad Hatter and Joker. The products are made from crushed leaves or garden trash BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Greg Homan, owner of the Citrus Tower in Clermont, wants to sell the iconic tourist attraction to the city for $2.5 million.TAVARESCommissioners moving to ban synthetic marijuana countywideThe chemicals we are discussing today pose a big danger to our residents. They are poisons that are being marketed to our kids. As the father of three young kids, it scares me. I think this will give the sheriffs department a tool to help tackle this issue.Commissioner Sean Parks HOMAN CLERMONTCitrus Tower owner wants to sell to citySEE TOWER | A2SEE SYNTHETIC | A2SEE UKRAINE | A2SEE REPEAL | A2

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Submissions also can be emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com.FRANK JOLLEY, sports editor352-365-8268 ................................ frank.jolley@dailycommercial.comGOOD FOR YOU AND CELEBRATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTSEmail news about your awards and personal or professional mile stones along with a photo, if you desire - to pam.fennimore@ dailycommercial.com. fearing a private owner might let the tower fall into disrepair. The other thing I thought of is that if I found a worthy private investor of the tower, and they turned around and sold it to a Muslim Mosque, and they did a call to worship off the top of it a couple of times a day Im just throw ing (out) an example and not trying to spook you, but its important for the city that you control it, he told city council members at a workshop this week. The tower was built in 1956 to allow visitors to observe the miles of Cen tral Florida orange groves before they turned into rooftops. At more than 500 feet above sea level, it is the highest observa tion point in the state. The tower was one of several attractions that tourists went out of their way to visit before Walt Disney ever considered building a theme park in Orlando. Other old-time attractions still operating today include Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales, Sunken Gardens in St. Petersburg, Gatorland in Orlando, Sarasota Jungle Gardens in Sarasota, Monkey Jungle and Parrot Jungle in Miami, Marineland in St. Augus tine, Cypress Gardens (now Legoland) in Winter Haven, Silver Springs in Ocala and Weeki Wachee Springs in Spring Hill. Homan said he won a scholarship to thenLake Sumter Community College based on a pic ture he drew of the tower while attending Clermont High School. In 1995, he purchased the tower and, since then, its brought him both work, prot and the sat isfaction of knowing that hes kept the structure in good condition. Now, at age 58, Homan said hes ready to sell but doesnt want just anyone purchasing the tower. Its been a good ride, but Ive reached my limit and wherewithal, nancially, age-wise and mentally, regarding what I can do with it, Homan said. I need someone to take it to the next level and in my opinion, the city of Clermont is the only worthy buyer. I know Im probably shooting my self in the foot for saying that, but, in my heart, I feel its true. Homan said he and his wife, Suzie, purchased the tower for $750,000 in 1995 in order to nurse it back to health. He said the previous owners did not maintain the tower. A roof replacement, ex tensive cleaning, renovations, paint and other things cost him an addi tional $1 million. The tower comes with 11,000 square feet of ofce space, a 1,000-square-foot kitchen and an elevator to the observation decks, Homan said. He also disclosed he pays about $6,000 in taxes on the property each year. According to Homan, the tower cannot be torn down because of agree ments with companies that have placed anten nas on the top of it. Mayor Hal Turville, a lifelong resident of Cl ermont, questioned the towers protability and whether it was the citys place to take on the task of running a business. Mayor Pro Tem Keith Mullins said he would like to hear what peo ple in the area had to say about the issue. I think Id rather see it in quasi-government hands, he said. City Manager Darren Gray and Councilman Tim Bates were worried about the cost. I agree with Greg that the Citrus Tower is a landmark for us, Gray said. But I just look at nances and how there are other needs the com munity wants, and other needs out there, and do we have the funding to actually purchase this? Gray asked. Im not saying we cant work with other groups. At the end of the workshop, the consensus among council members since no votes can be taken at workshops was to advance the issue to a future council meet ing, where council mem bers, with public input, can discuss whether or not to purchase. TOWER FROM PAGE A1 and then sprayed with power ful concentrated laboratory-synthesized chemicals that resemble THC, the active mind-altering ingredient in mar ijuana, according to Dr. Morton Levitt, senior associate dean for faculty affairs and professor of clinical biomedical science at Florida Atlantic University. In 2013, Florida outlawed more than 140 chemicals used in synthetic marijuana. Levitt said manufacturers have found ways around the ban by altering the chemical formulations minimally. The problem is they keep continuously changing the nomenclature of the chemical, said Cpl. Tom Willis with the narcotics unit of the Lake County Sheriffs Ofce. Once the Florida Department of Law Enforcement gets it on the list for illegal substances, the chemists change the chemical. Willis said there is a sixmonth gap between when law enforcement identies the new substance and when it is put on the list of banned substances. Children are using the drug more than adults, Willis said. The majority of our complaints are in refer ence to parents calling about the stuff, he said. Sheriff Gary Borders also appeared before the commission in support of the ordinance. Clinicians treating adolescents at Lifestream, a behavioral health and social services organization that provides inpatient and outpatient treatment, reported they had 123 clients over the past year who used synthetic marijuana. The problem is enor mous among adolescents, the clinicians who could not be identied because of condentiality issues wrote in an email to the Daily Commercial. Society is not as harsh as it used to be, said Lori Shallcross, child clinical services director at Lifestream, referring to attitudes toward mar ijuana use in general. Therefore, youth view it as not too bad or no worse than alcohol. Clinicians reported to Shallcross that the drug could have an effect on the brain. It is well documented to be risky in that is hard to judge how much is too much, and what gets a teen high on one day might lead that child to the brink of death on the next day, the clinician wrote. Debi MacIntyre, executive director of the Safe Climate Coalition of Lake County, a community coalition that focuses on youth substance abuse and violence prevention, said the use of synthetic marijuana causes psychological and physical side effects. With K2 or Spice you have everything from extreme nervousness to hallucinations and seizures, she told commissioners. Bath salts are more extreme, causing paranoia, psychosis and violent behavior. Adolescents interest in drugs is starting at a young age with reports of children in an elementary school crushing up Smarties candies and trying to snort them to replicate drug behavior, MacIntyre said. People are having psychotic breaks and going into a deep psychosis they are not coming out of, she said. A recent 2012 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey of ninth to 12th graders in Lake and Sumter counties found that 5.8 percent of Lake and 4.2 percent of Sumter students reported synthetic marijuana use in the past 30 days. In the rst six months of 2012 there were 375 calls per month of people becoming ill on Spice, according to the Florida Poison Information Center. Those calls are trending upward, according to county ofcials. Hillsborough, Broward, Miami-Dade, Her nando and Pasco counties have instituted similar ordinances, and ofcials claim these laws have been effective in deterring the problem. In Hillsborough County, the sale of the drug has almost been wiped out, according to Lar ry McKinnon, detective with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Ofce. If the ordinance is adopted in the county, those who violate it will face a civil ne of $500 for the rst offense and $1,000 for any repeat violation within ve years of a previous offense, according to the ordinance. SYNTHETIC FROM PAGE A1 countrys most polarizing gures, announced she would run for pres ident in the May 25 vote a move sure to usher in strong emo tions in Ukraines tur bulent politics. President Barack Obama called the swell of international support a concrete signal of how the world is united with Ukraine. The decision to go forward with an IMF program is going to re quire a lot of courage, Obama said, speaking in Rome. It will require some tough decisions. Russia shrugged off the torrent of criticism directed at its an nexation of Crimea. President Vladimir Putins government announced it would set up its own payment system to rival Visa and MasterCard after the two companies pulled their services from some Russian banks in the wake of interna tional sanctions. In a passionate ad dress to parliament in Kiev, Prime Minis ter Arseniy Yatsenyuk warned that Ukraine was on the brink of economic and nan cial bankruptcy and laid out the xes needed to put the country back on track. The time has come to tell the truth, to do difcult and unpopu lar things, Yatsenyuk said, adding that Ukraine was short $25.8 billion equivalent to the entire state budget for this year. The IMF loan, which is expected to range between $14 billion and $18 billion, hing es on structural re forms that Ukraine has pledged to undertake. Ukraines new government nds itself caught between the demands of interna tional creditors and a restive population that has endured decades of economic stagnation, corruption and mismanagement. The reforms demanded by the IMF which include raising tax es, freezing the mini mum wage and hiking energy prices will hit households hard and are likely to strain the interim governments tenuous hold on power. Ukraine, a nation of 46 million people, is battling to install a semblance of normal cy since President Vik tor Yanukovych was ousted in February after months of protests ignited by his de cision to back away from closer relations with the EU and turn toward Russia. Over the last few weeks, an interim government has formed, Ukraine lost Crimea to Russia and further possible military incursions by Russia are feared. UKRAINE FROM PAGE A1 to highlight a report from the Ofce of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability, the Legislatures non-partisan policy ofce. The report found there were fewer fatal ities but more crashes at electronically moni tored intersections and that nes issued due to the technology cost motorists nearly $119 mil lion last year. That is the central question fueling a de bate over red light cam eras in Clermont. City ofcials implement ed cameras at six inter sections in January in what they said was an effort to improve safety at State Road 50 inter sections. The public outcry was almost immediate, however. Ninety per cent of the more th an 3,000 citations issued between early January and mid-February were to motorists turning right on red, which city ofcials said was not their intent when they installed the cameras. Clermont ofcials reviewed video of all the infractions and ended up dismissing 70 percent. They further pledged to exercise more discretion in issuing citations for righton-red turns. Sen. Jeff Clemens, a Lake Worth Democrat who made a motion Wednesday for post ponement, said the de lay will give committee members time to step back and take a better look at the proposed changes. Brandes, R-St. Peters burg, views the camer as as simply a revenue generator for local com munities. But he ac knowledged that there isnt enough support in the Senate to repeal the cameras. That was evi dent Wednesday when he couldnt get his own committee to approve three amendments to his rewritten bill. Two of the amend ments failed on 4-4 partly line votes, with Republican Senators Greg Evers of Baker and Miguel Diaz de la Porti lla of Miami absent. One of those amend ments, opposed by the Florida Police Chiefs Association and Flori da Sheriffs Association, would have allowed motorists to employ a rolling stop at speeds up to 15 mph when taking a right-on-red turns if no pedestrians were in the crosswalk at camera-monitored intersections. The committee also rejected, by a 5-3 vote, an amendment that would have required only warnings to be is sued to owners of vehi cles caught on camera going through trafc signals 0.5 seconds after the colors changed from yellow to red. Brandes said he might reintroduce the amendments when the bill returns next week. REPEAL FROM PAGE A1

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com ... and well share it with our readers. Some of our best story ideas and photos come from our readers. So dont hesitate to share your youth activities, awards, accomplishments, festivals, charity events and other things that make our communities special. And dont overlook those family milestones birthdays, engagements, marriages, business promotions and military news.Just email your photos and news to ... pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com IF YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING, RECORD IT LEESBURG Police and firefighters go head-to-headPolice and reghters will join forces in a friendly competition to see who can recruit the most blood donors for their Battle of the Badges from 2 to 8 / p.m., today in a lot at the intersection of Canal Street and Magnolia Street in Leesburg. Donors must be 16 and bring a photo ID.EUSTIS Fifth Annual Barto Prize awarded SaturdayRenowned classical pianist Tzimon Barto will announce the winner and perform the winning piece at the Fifth Annual Barto Prize Concert at Bay Street Players histor ic State Theatre, at 109 N. Bay St., at 7:30 / p.m., on Saturday. Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for students and may be purchased online at www.baystreetplayers.tix. com or by phone at 352-357-7777. The box ofce is open weekdays from 1 to 6 / p.m., and two hours be fore each performance. For information, call the Bay Street Players box ofce at 352-357-7777.EUSTIS Habitat for Humanity hosts 25th anniversary party The community is invited to celebrate with the many volunteers and supporters of the group at a 25th year anniversary celebration from 6 to 10 / p.m., Friday at Ferran Park in downtown Eustis. Guests will enjoy a variety of food vendors, activities, three great bands including, Dark Wolf, Boggy Creek and Pistol Holler, and 93.7 K Country will be on the grounds from 7 to 9 / p.m. For information about the free event, call Habitat for Humanity at 352-483-0434.LAKE COUNTY Annual Lake County pageant celebrates 25 yearsApplications are available for the 25th annual Miss Lake County Fair Pageant to be held April 6 at the Lake County Fairgrounds. With eight age divisions, girls from infants to age 18 are eligible and can register on or before April 5. Applications are available at www.lakecofair.com or by calling 352-326-4217.EUSTIS Artisans sought for Lake County Fair competitionLake County artists are invited to enter the annual art show at the Lake County Fair taking place April 3-12, at the fairgrounds, located at the intersection of State Road 44 and County Road 452, in Eustis. Entry forms and rules are available at www.lakecofair.com or via email to, lakecofair@aol.com, or by call Shirley Sojourner for information at, 352-394-7338.State&RegionNEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comA Lake County jury found a landlord guilty in the 2012 shooting death of a tenant on Thursday afternoon. It took the jury more than three hours to come back with a second-degree murder verdict against Pablo Infante, 47, who admitted he killed Jeffrey Allen Henrickson Sr. as the victim held his 18-month granddaughter. Infante had claimed the shooting was in self-defense. Infante had been charged with rst-degree murder and was facing mandatory life in prison if convicted on the charge. The jurys downgrade to second-degree murder means a judge can sen tence him to between 25 years and life. Standing outside the Lake County courtroom Thursday afternoon, As sistant Public Defender Morris Carranza said the jury must not have be lieved the shooting was premeditated. Lets say it was a favor able outcome, Carranza said of the verdict. A sentencing date has not been set. The shooting occurred in front of the home In fante rented to the victim on Discovery Road in Staff ReportBeginning Tuesday, Tremain Street from Fifth Avenue to Lincoln Avenue in Mount Dora will be converted from a two-way road to a one-way road in preparation of the Tremain Street Greenway. The Tremain Street Greenway project involves the conversion of a 12 foot-wide one-way northbound residential street into a 10 footwide multi-use trail, Kelda Senior, the citys public information ofcer, said in a press release. The trail will be constructed on the west side of the road (current southbound lane), while the east side of the road will remain open for northbound vehic ular trafc. During this transition, Tremain Street will be divided with trafc barrels providing the new one-way road on the east side of the existing road and the construction zone for the future multi-use trail on the west side of the existing road. Road signs and additional barri cades will be installed to provide di rection and delineation for the new one-way road. Properties on the west side of Tremain Street will continue to be provided access to the new northbound one-way road across the construction zone throughout the remainder of the project. Cross street access will also be maintained throughout the dura tion of the project, except for limited closures which may occur due to construction activity within the vi cinity of the cross street. Those traveling near this section of Tremain Street beginning in April are encouraged to use caution and following trafc signs during this transition period, Senior said. Gus Gianikas, the citys assistant director of Planning and Development, anticipates the project will take about four months. It is being done in conjunction with stormwa ter improvements to Seventh Av enue and is being largely funded through $600,000 in grant money. For more information about the Tremain Street Greenway project, contact the citys Planning and Development department at 352-7357113, or go to www.cityofmountdo ra.com. LIVI STANFORD | Staff Writerlivi.stanford@dailycommercial.comCommissioner Leslie Campione and Lake County Sher iff Gary Borders have had pre liminary talks about having the Sheriffs Ofce take over the countys troubled Animal Ser vices department. Campione said this week that she would bring the idea to the full County Commission at its next meeting and make a re quest to put a proposal together. There would have to be per formance criteria or specic goals set out that would have to be accomplished, she said of the sheriff taking over the An imal Services. The euthani zation rate and adoption rate continue to be number one concerns of mine. Borders said in an email state ment: We are willing to work with the county, but we have not been formally approached to take over animal control. Commissioner Sean Parks said he is also open to the idea. The proposal comes days after the head of the Animal Services division announced her resig nation, citing a tight budget and public pressure over the depart ments euthanization rate. Cyndi Nason was the second director of Animal Services to resign within the past year. Nason and Marjorie Boyd both resigned amid pressure from animal activists who criticized the shelter for what they claimed were too many euthanizations. It should be noted that our euthanization rate is way down and yet a small number of people pretty much badgered her out Sheriff may take over Animal ServicesSEE SHERIFF | A4MOUNT DORATremain Street to be converted into trail COURTESY OF THE CITY OF MOUNT DORA Crews begin the rst phase of the Tremain Street Greenway project by installing driveway aprons on the east side of the street and milling asphalt.TAVARESLandlord found guilty of murderSEE MURDER | A4 AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writeraustin.fuller@dailycommercial.comMount Doras Public Works and Utilities de partment is hoping to construct a greenhouse in the next six months that will dry sewage and save the city money, John Pe ters, the departments interim director said. Building the greenhouse will save the city money that is normally spent on paying someone to dispose of the sewage, Peters said. The city currently pays approximately $250,000 to $275,000 a year for the sewage to be disposed, Peters said. A couple years ago, we were paying $600,000 a year to dispose of this stuff and, in the end, were (going to) be paying nothing, he said. In fact, the hope is that we can sell it. The sewage will be dried and pasteurized in the greenhouse and then can be used and potentially sold as fertilizer, Pe ters said. The department plans to construct a 4,600 square-foot tray-based greenhouse, as opposed to a traditional 6,900 square-foot greenhouse, according to Peters and city documents. The traditional green house would cost approx imately $920,000 and the tray-based greenhouse will cost $893,103.75, ac cording to city documents. The hope for the small er, tray-based greenhouse is that it will be able to dry the sewage faster, Peters said. Just the sheer volume of air that we have to heat up is much less, Peters said. He added that this leads to a quicker drying process, saying a traditional greenhouse takes approx imately 20 to 21 days, and he thinks the tray-based greenhouse could dry the solids in seven days. His hope is that the city can get it down to three days. He said the sewage is dried in the tray, which is like a large, black wagon with wheels that can handle heat. Thats part of the rea son I came to work here: we want to be innova tive, Peters said. The greenhouse is set to be built at the citys waste water plant two, which is near the intersection of State Road 46 and Highway 441, Peters said. The greenhouse will also feature a SolarOrganite mobile pasteurization chamber from Leesburgs Eco Sciences, LLC that MOUNT DORANew greenhouse may save moneySEE SEWAGE | A4

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A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 352.530.2256803 E. Dixie Avenue Leesburg, FL 34748Sanjeev Bhatta M.D.Consultative and Invasive Cardiology Peripheral InterventionCall today to schedule your appointment The Villages: Leesburg:1149 Main Street The Villages, FL 32159 Ronnie Sabbah, M.D.Consultative and Invasive Cardiology OBITUARIESBetty HuntBetty Hunt, aged 95, passed away on March 17, 2014. She is sur vived by her daughter Brenda Brown and two sons, Bill and Peter Hunt as well as 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Mary Catherine OsteenMary Catherine Os teen, 86, of Clermont, Florida, died Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at Cl ermont, Florida. She was born September 20, 1927 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Mrs. Osteen worked in retail as a clerk. She is survived by her husband, James C. Osteen of Cler mont; grandsons, Steven M. (Karen) Osteen of Groveland, and Jer ry Lee Osteen of Oca la; great grandchildren, Amanda Rene Osteen, Sandra Nichole Osteen, John Micheal Osteen, and Rosebud Cather ine Osteen; and her sis ter, Genevieve Beard of Buda, TX. Visitation will be held at Green Pond Baptist Church, Polk City, FL on Friday, March 28, 2014 from 10:00 11:00 am. Ser vices will follow at 11:00 am, Pastor Tommy Whitten will preside. Interment will follow at Green Pond Cemetery, Polk City, FL. Online condolences may be left a www.beyers funeralhome.com. Ar rangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Leesburg, FL.IN MEMORY MURDERFROM PAGE A3Sunset Groves, outside of Tavares. According to testimony in the trial that started Tuesday, there had been an ongoing dispute between the two men over accusations that Infante had taken sexual advantage of one of Henricksons relatives after a night of drinking. Assistant Public De fender Wanda Greene said Henrickson start ed tormenting his land lord with names such as queer, pedophile and child rapist. Infante started an injunction for protection against Henrickson on Oct. 23, 2012 but never completed it. On Oct. 24, after Henrickson arrived home with his ex-wife and grandchild, the two men began to argue. Prosecutors say Infante walked into his home, grabbed a .22-caliber rie and chased Henrickson around the vehicle while ring sever al shots. As he held his grand child, Henrickson was struck in the back and chest as he tried to hand off the child to his ex-wife. The defense argued that Infante shot him because he believed Henrickson was going into his vehicle for a gun and that the victim kicked at him. Infante, who took the stand Wednesday, said he initially didnt claim self-defense when talking to detectives because it would have made him look weak to admit he was afraid of Henrickson. He said he had slept in a closet out of fear. He (Henrickson) was capable of killing someone like Pablo Infante and Mr. Infante knew that in his heart and his mind, Carran za said. No gun was ever found in Henricksons vehicle and he later died at the hospital. Assistant State At torney Hugh Bass, who co-prosecuted the case, said Infante had tried to take the law into his own hands and there was a trail of live and spent rounds at the murder scene that indi cates Infante was chasing the victim. The jury had a tough decision to make, Bass said shortly after leav ing the courtroom. Lake County Sheriffs deputies who arrived on the scene testied Infante told them, I shot him, and the vic tim kept (messing) with him and I didnt mean for it to go this far. I just got upset. Deputies say the de fendant didnt say any thing about self-defense. Carranza told the jury Thursday during closing arguments that Infante had just moved from Cuba to America in 1995 and didnt know at rst that self-defense could be used in this country as justication for killing someone. SHERIFFFROM PAGE A3of a job, Commissioner Jimmy Conner said of Nasons resignation. Parks said he was concerned about the treatment shelter employees, such as Nason, receive from the public. We need to support our staff better on this issue, he said. Brenda Weber, president of Mist Animal Rescue, said she has a great relationship with shelter employees, stat ing many call her pleading with her to save animals lives before they are put to sleep. But the public criticism is only a partial reason for the res ignations, county ofcials said, pointing to funding issues that kept the county from hiring a eld supervisor and rescue coordinator to help take the pressure off of the director. County commissioners agreed in a meeting on March 11 to de lay funding those positions until Oct. 1. Campione, who proposed funding the rescue coordinator position in making a midyear budget adjustment, said when the board decided not to fund the position immediately, it was the nal straw for Nason. Before Nason assumed the position last May, two critical internal audits in April 2013 cit ed at least 45 areas for improve ment at the shelter. Some of the primary recommendations in volved better record keeping and better care of animals. Since then, the shelter has put in a new computer software sys tem, which keeps better track of animals and is addressing lighting issues in the facility. But without a rescue coordi nator position in place, eutha nization numbers could creep back up, according to Linda Coletta, a concerned citizen and president of Hound Haven, a rescue organization. SEWAGEFROM PAGE A3will pasteurize the sewage, Eco Sciences President Gary Ham mond said. The pasteurization process is more eco-friendly than traditional pasteurization that relies on electricity or oth er energy sources, since the Eco Sciences process relies on solar energy, he said. He added Eco Sciences has already led some of the pa perwork with the Florida De partment of Agriculture and Consumer Services to register the fertilizer. Hammond said possibilities for the fertilizer other than selling it would be to use it in areas like parks or give it to citizens, but that decision is up to the city. SEIZETHE DA Y SLOCAL AREANEWS.www.dailycommercial.com

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A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 ROXANNE BROWN and LIVI STANFORDnews@dailycommercial.comOn Tuesday night, Clermont City Council members expressed interest in holding a pub lic forum about the Wellness Way Sector Plan near Clermont to give city ofcials and the public a chance to weigh in on plans for the 16,000-acre project. City Manager Dar ren Gray said he had spoken to Lake Coun ty Commissioner Sean Parks, one of the key movers behind the Wellness Way effort, to relay concerns the council had about public input and the amount of time, that we dont want to be rushed or pushed. He noted that a con sultant working on the plan a mix of homes and businesses that will transform that corner of the county has proposed some changes. You know when we rst heard that, about three or four months ago, by a consultant that came here, we were all not in favor of it the way it was presented. Gray said the consultant wanted to make that presentation to the county commissioners and to the council at the same time. After Grays appeal, the council considered having a regular city council meeting following the presentation, then scheduling a public forum between the county and the city, but that idea was dismissed quickly. You know, this is the future of the city and to try to cut and not have any public input is wrong, Councilman Ray Goodgame said. Council members ultimately agreed to have Gray set up a joint meeting with the county directly following the presentation by the consultant. The meeting with the county could occur on April 22 at the community center rather than the council chambers and would be the nights city council meeting, with the sector plan as the only item on the agenda. I dont care what the county commissioners say, the ones that want to stay can stay, Goodgame said. If they dont want to stay past 6 oclock then ne, but I think we ought to start at 7 oclock and have public input and dis cuss the sector plan and discuss the sector plan with the public, give them our ideas, because theyll probably be a lit tle different than what the county wants to do. Goodgame even said he wouldnt mind fore going a city meeting on that night to have the joint meeting instead. Goodgame, however, expressed reservations about whether the county was real ly interested in the citys opinions about the project, or those of Clermont residents. I dont think the county wants to hear what we have to say, he said. Councilman Rick Van Wagner agreed with Goodgame and said its exactly why the joint meeting and public fo rum is a must. However, county ofcials said it is premature to say Clermonts concerns have not been heard because the plan has not been nalized. There have been several public meetings on Wellness Way, county ofcials also said, where public comment has been allowed. The concerns that were raised by the city of Clermont and resi dents several months ago were all heard by our staff, Commissioner Leslie Campio ne said. I dont think anyone is withhold ing information. The nal product is going to be presented to both boards on April 22. Campione added, There were a series of public meetings so we could get input from property owners, stake holders, and everyone that cared enough to attend those meetings had an opportunity to have their concerns heard. There has been an ample opportunity for concerns and issues to be raised. There will be a public hearing on the plan before it is adopted.CLERMONTPublic forum requested for Wellness Way plan JIM TURNERNews Service of FloridaA measure that could raise the speed limits by 5 mph on Florida roads zipped through its nal Senate stop on Thursday, despite bumping up against Appropriations Committee Chair man Joe w. With a 15-4 vote, the panel approved the measure (SB 392) that directs the state Depart ment of Transportation to determine the safe minimum and maximum speed limits on all divided highways that have at least four lanes. Supporters of the bill say many drivers are already going faster than the current top rate of 70 mph. But critics, in cluding Negron, say increasing speeds could lead to more accidents. Negron, R-Stuart, contends that government-imposed speed limits have helped de crease highway injuries and fatalities because studies show that driv ers have a greater likelihood of crashing at higher speeds. I think that once you start getting into the 80s and 90s that the op portunity for serious injury and death go up signicantly, said Negron, who noted that many motorists already drive nine to 10 mph above the posted limit. The bill could eventually allow state transportation ofcials to increase speed limits on Floridas limited access highways to 75 mph and raise the maximum posted limits on divided four-lane highways in sparsely populated rural areas from 65 mph to 70 mph. The trans portation department could hike speeds to 60 mph on other roads they deem safe. And the department would also have the authority to set minimum speeds on certain highways. Whats important is that people travel at the same speeds, Sen. Jeff Clemens, a Lake Worth Democrat and co-sponsor of the bill, said af ter the meeting. If you have people who are able to travel at a much higher speed, travel ing with people who are traveling at a much low er speed, thats whats actually creating a much more dangerous situa tion on our highways. Speed limit bill racing through Senate

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SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268Sportssports@dailycommercial.com B1DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014www.dailycommercial.comNCAA: Pitino gets Louisville ready for UK / B3 BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Brendon Ehlers hits the ball out of a bunker during Thursdays opening round at the National Golf Associations Lake County Classic at Harbor Hills Country Club in Lady Lake.LADY LAKE FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comHarbor Hills Country Club was the center of the golf universe on Thursday for area fans. The opening round of the National Golf As sociations Lake County Classic got under way on the nearly 7,000yard layout, offering 110 players vying for a total purse of more than $100,000 a chal lenging tract. Sixty-nine players nished the rst round at par or better, with Randall Hutchinson ring a 7-under-par 65 to take a one-shot lead over Scott Strohmey er and Justin Lower. Eight golfers Trent Whitekiller, Paul Fer rier, Mac McLaughlin, Phillip Mollica, J.C. Horne, James White Jr., David Skinns and BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Lake-Sumter State College sophomore Mellissa Webb (11) pitches the ball during the rst game of Thursdays doubleheader against Seminole State College at the LSSC softball complex in Leesburg.LEESBURG FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comThe best softball sea son in recent memory at Lake-Sumter State College continued on Wednesday against Seminole State College at the LSSC softball complex. LSSC got a gritty pitching performance from Mellissa Webb in the opener and the Lakehawks scored three runs in the sixth to pick up a 3-2 win against the Raiders, which lifted LSSCs re cor d temporarily to 2121 on the season and 6-5 in the Mid-Florida Conference. Seminole State rebounded in the nightcap behind a six-run rst inning to earn a doubleheader split with a 12-1 win in ve innings. In the night cap, the Raiders pound ed out 15 hits and the Lakehawks committed ve errors. In the opener, Webb came out of the gate quickly. She didnt give up a hit until Tay lor Duggan bunted her way on with one out in the third. Seminole State got to Webb in the fourth for two runs on four hits. After the shaky frame, Webb settled down and did not allow a hit over the nal three innings. For the game, she gave up ve hits while strik ing out two and made 100 pitches. LSSC trailed until the sixth, when the FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comSANFORD Fin ishing strong. The idea of players ending a game with as much or more intensity than they started the game with, is what every coach drives his players to achieve. The Eustis base ball team likely made coach David Lee hap py with its effort in Thursdays Florida League High School Invitational tournament game against Hollywood McArthur at Sanford Seminole High School. Michael Koenig hit a walk off tworun homer and Wes ley Moulden tossed a one hitter to lead the Panthers to a 10-0 win. The game was stopped after ve innings, due to the 10run mercy rule. Eustis battered the Mustangs for 10 hits against two pitchers. The Panthers got two hits apiece from Jeremy Migliori and Dylan Oaks before Lee began to empty FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrank.jolley@dailycommercial.comSANFORD Lake Countys entrants in the Florida League High School Invitational baseball tour nament are proving to be formidable foes. In seven tourna ment games through Thursday afternoon involving Leesburg, Eustis and Montverde Academy, six have gone at least seven innings with the largest margin of victory be ing four runs or less. On three occasions, area teams have bat tled to a one-run decision. That was the case in Thursdays morn ing session when Leesburg got solid pitching from Ryan Halstead and Jason Panthers blast McArthur at FLHSI LHS gets clipped in extra inningsLSSC splits with Seminole StateSEE LSSC | B2SEE LHS | B2SEE EHS | B2Lake County Classic begins at Harbor Hills LAKE COUNTY CLASSICRandall Hutchinson . .......................................... 65 Scott Strohmeyer . ............................................. 66 Justin Lower ..................................................... 66 Trent Whitekiller . ............................................... 67 Paul Ferrier . ...................................................... 67 Mac McLaughlin . ............................................... 67 Phillip Mollica ................................................... 67 J.C. Horne . ....................................................... 67 James White Jr. . ................................................ 67 David Skinns . .................................................... 67 Daniel Obremski ............................................... 67SEE NGA | B2 MARK HUMPHREY / AP Stanford guard Chasson Randle (5) vies for a loose ball as Stanford forward Josh Huestis (24) looks on during the rst half Thursdays NCAA tournament regional seminal game in Memphis, Tenn. DAVID BRANDTAssociated PressEditors Note: Thursdays regional seminal game between Flor ida and UCLA was not completed in time for this edition. MEMPHIS, Tenn. Jordan Sibert scored 18 points, Kendall Pollard added a season-high 12 and Dayton rolled past Stanford 82-72 on Thursday to make the NCAA tournaments Elite Eight for the rst time since 1984. No. 11 Dayton (26-10) continued its underdog run and this one wasnt particularly close. The 6-foot-4 Sibert was spectacular, slashing to the basket and draining 3-pointers, to help the Flyers lead for almost the entire night. Dayton showed its depth early, using 12 players in the rst half to slowly wear Stanford down. No. 10 Stanford (2313) had the superior post play, but it wasnt enough. Chasson Randle led the Cardinal with 21 points, but shot 5 of 21 from the eld. Dwight Powell added 17 and Stefan Nastic who fouled out with more than ve minutes left had 15. Dayton plays the win ner of UCLA-Florida on Saturday. Sibert nished 7 of 12 from the eld, includ ing 4 of 9 from 3-point range. He had plen ty of help. Devin Oliver scored 12 points and Matt Kavanaugh added 10. Dayton made just about everything it threw at the basket ear ly. Scoochie Smiths corner 3-pointer put the Flyers ahead 15-13 early. Dayton tops Stanford in Sweet 16

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B2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 BASEBALL Spring Training AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pct Tampa Bay 15 6 .714 Cleveland 19 8 .704 Los Angeles 17 10 .630 Baltimore 13 8 .619 Seattle 17 11 .607 New York 16 12 .571 Detroit 14 12 .538 Toronto 14 13 .519 Oakland 13 13 .500 Kansas City 11 15 .423 Houston 10 15 .400 Texas 10 15 .400 Chicago 9 14 .391 Minnesota 8 14 .364 Boston 9 16 .360 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pct San Francisco 17 10 .630 Miami 18 11 .621 Pittsburgh 14 10 .583 Washington 15 13 .536 Arizona 12 11 .522 Colorado 14 13 .519 New York 14 14 .500 St. Louis 11 13 .458 San Diego 10 12 .455 Cincinnati 14 17 .452 Chicago 13 18 .419 Milwaukee 12 17 .414 Atlanta 12 18 .400 Los Angeles 6 10 .375 Philadelphia 9 17 .346 NOTE: Split-squad games count in the standings; games against non-major league teams do not. Wednesdays Games Toronto 10, N.Y. Yankees 6 Detroit 1, Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 3, Washington 2 Atlanta 9, Miami 2 Pittsburgh 2, Minnesota 1 Baltimore (ss) 5, Boston 4 San Diego 9, Kansas City 5 L.A. Angels 6, Oakland 2 Texas 5, Seattle 3 Chicago White Sox 9, Cincinnati 5 Cleveland 10, Milwaukee 3 San Francisco 8, Colorado 6 Arizona 14, Chicago Cubs 4 Houston 9, N.Y. Mets 6 Tampa Bay 4, Baltimore (ss) 4, tie Thursdays Games Washington 4, N.Y. Mets 0 Detroit 9, Atlanta 3 Toronto 3, Philadelphia 0 Miami 6, St. Louis 4 N.Y. Yankees 4, Pittsburgh 2 Chicago Cubs 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Cincinnati (ss) 8, Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati (ss) 9, Arizona (ss) 1 Cleveland 3, Arizona (ss) 2 Minnesota vs. Boston at Fort Myers, late Tampa Bay vs. Baltimore at Sarasota, late L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers, late Oakland at San Francisco, late Todays Games Boston vs. Minnesota at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m. Tampa Bay vs. Detroit at Lakeland, 1:05 p.m. Miami vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 7:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Toronto at Montreal, 7:05 p.m. Houston vs. Texas at San Antonio, 8:05 p.m. Kansas City at Milwaukee, 8:10 p.m. Cleveland vs. San Diego at San Diego (Fowler Park), 9:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Arizona, 9:40 p.m. Colorado vs. Seattle at Peoria, Ariz., 10:05 p.m. L.A. Angels at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m. Oakland at San Francisco, 10:15 p.m. Saturdays Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 1:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets vs. Toronto at Montreal, 1:05 p.m. Miami vs. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa, 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Boston at Fort Myers, 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. Texas at San Antonio, 2:05 p.m. Detroit at Washington, 2:05 p.m. Kansas City at Milwaukee, 2:10 p.m. Seattle vs. Colorado at Scottsdale, Ariz., 3:10 p.m. San Francisco vs. Oakland at Phoenix, 4:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Arizona, 4:10 p.m. Cleveland vs. San Diego at San Diego (Fowler Park), 4:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at L.A. Angels, 9:05 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 40 31 .563 Brooklyn 37 33 .529 2 New York 30 42 .417 10 Boston 23 48 .324 17 Philadelphia 15 56 .211 25 Southeast W L Pct GB y-Miami 48 22 .686 Washington 36 35 .507 12 Charlotte 35 37 .486 14 Atlanta 31 39 .443 17 Orlando 20 52 .278 29 Central W L Pct GB y-Indiana 52 20 .722 Chicago 40 31 .563 11 Cleveland 29 44 .397 23 Detroit 26 45 .366 25 Milwaukee 13 58 .183 38 WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest W L Pct GB x-San Antonio 55 16 .775 Houston 48 22 .686 6 Memphis 43 28 .606 12 Dallas 43 29 .597 12 New Orleans 31 40 .437 24 Northwest W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 52 19 .732 Portland 45 27 .625 7 Minnesota 35 35 .500 16 Denver 32 40 .444 20 Utah 23 49 .319 29 Pacic W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 50 22 .694 Golden State 44 27 .620 5 Phoenix 43 29 .597 7 Sacramento 25 46 .352 24 L.A. Lakers 24 46 .343 25 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Wednesdays Games Phoenix 99, Washington 93 Charlotte 116, Brooklyn 111, OT Toronto 99, Boston 90 Cleveland 97, Detroit 96 Minnesota 107, Atlanta 83 New Orleans 98, L.A. Clippers 96 Indiana 84, Miami 83 San Antonio 108, Denver 103 New York 107, Sacramento 99 Memphis 91, Utah 87 Thursdays Games Portland at Atlanta, late Philadelphia at Houston, late L.A. Lakers at Milwaukee, late L.A. Clippers at Dallas, late Todays Games Charlotte at Orlando, 7 p.m. Indiana at Washington, 7 p.m. Boston at Toronto, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m. Miami at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Chicago, 8 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Sacramento at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. Utah at New Orleans, 8 p.m. San Antonio at Denver, 9 p.m. New York at Phoenix, 10 p.m. Memphis at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. Saturdays Games Detroit at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Houston, 8 p.m. Atlanta at Washington, 8 p.m. Sacramento at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Miami at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. New Orleans at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. College NCAA Mens Tournament EAST REGIONAL Regional Seminals At Madison Square Garden New York Todays Games UConn (28-8) vs. Iowa State (28-7), 7:27 p.m Michigan State (28-8) vs. Virginia (30-6), 9:57 p.m. Regional Championship Sunday, March 30 Seminal winners SOUTH REGIONAL Regional Seminals At FedExForum Memphis, Tenn. Thursdays Games Dayton 82, Stanford 72 Florida (34-2) vs. UCLA (28-8), late Regional Championship Saturday, March 29 Dayton (26-10) vs. Florida-UCLA winner, TBD MIDWEST REGIONAL Regional Seminals At Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis Todays Games Michigan (27-8) vs. Tennessee (24-12), 7:15 p.m. Kentucky (26-10) vs. Louisville (31-5), 9:45 p.m. Regional Championship Sunday, March 30 Seminal winners WEST REGIONAL Regional Seminals At The Honda Center Anaheim, Calif. Thursdays Games Wisconsin 69, Baylor 52 San Diego State (31-4) vs. Arizona (32-4), late Regional Championship Saturday, March 29 Wisconsin (29-7) vs. San Diego State-Arizona win ner, TBD FINAL FOUR At AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas National Seminals Saturday, April 5 East champion vs. South champion Midwest champion vs. West champion National Championship Monday, April 7 Seminal winners HOCKE YNHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic GP W L OT Pts GF GA x-Boston 72 49 17 6 104 230 153 Montreal 74 41 26 7 89 190 184 Tampa Bay 72 39 24 9 87 214 193 Detroit 72 33 25 14 80 191 204 Toronto 74 36 30 8 80 216 231 Ottawa 72 29 29 14 72 205 243 Florida 73 27 38 8 62 178 237 Buffalo 72 20 44 8 48 138 212 Metropolitan GP W L OT Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 72 46 21 5 97 224 180 N.Y. Rangers 74 41 29 4 86 197 179 Philadelphia 72 38 27 7 83 206 204 Columbus 72 37 29 6 80 204 196 Washington 73 34 27 12 80 212 218 New Jersey 72 31 28 13 75 175 187 Carolina 72 31 32 9 71 181 205 N.Y. Islanders 72 28 35 9 65 202 243 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central GP W L OT Pts GF GA x-St. Louis 72 49 16 7 105 233 163 Chicago 73 42 16 15 99 244 188 Colorado 72 45 21 6 96 221 198 Minnesota 73 37 25 11 85 182 183 Dallas 72 34 27 11 79 203 207 Nashville 73 31 31 11 73 177 218 Winnipeg 73 32 32 9 73 202 213 Pacic GP W L OT Pts GF GA x-San Jose 74 47 18 9 103 227 177 x-Anaheim 72 47 18 7 101 231 182 Los Angeles 73 42 25 6 90 182 155 Phoenix 73 35 26 12 82 202 207 Vancouver 74 34 30 10 78 181 198 Calgary 73 30 36 7 67 185 214 Edmonton 73 25 39 9 59 180 241 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for over time loss. x-clinched playoff spot Wednesdays Games Vancouver 5, Minnesota 2 N.Y. Rangers 3, Philadelphia 1 Anaheim 3, Calgary 2 Thursdays Games Chicago at Boston, late Phoenix at New Jersey, late Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, late Montreal at Detroit, late N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, late Carolina at Florida, late Minnesota at St. Louis, late Buffalo at Nashville, late Vancouver at Colorado, late Winnipeg at San Jose, late Todays Games Toronto at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Columbus, 7 p.m. Chicago at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Nashville at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Calgary, 9 p.m. Anaheim at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m. Saturdays Games Boston at Washington, 12:30 p.m. San Jose at Colorado, 3 p.m. Tampa Bay at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Detroit at Toronto, 7 p.m. Montreal at Florida, 7 p.m. New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Columbus at Carolina, 7 p.m. Dallas at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Minnesota at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Anaheim at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Winnipeg at Los Angeles, 10 p.m. GOLF PGA Tour Valero Texas Open Thursday At TPC San Antonio, Oaks Course San Antonio Purse: $6.2 million Yardage: 7,435; Par: 72 (36-36) Partial First Round Round suspended by darkness with 45 players not nishing. Pat Perez 35-33 68 Danny Lee 35-33 68 Will MacKenzie 35-34 69 Seung-Yul Noh 33-36 69 Cameron Beckman 36-33 69 Chesson Hadley 37-32 69 Aaron Baddeley 35-35 70 Freddie Jacobson 35-35 70 Michael Thompson 34-36 70 Charlie Beljan 37-33 70 Carl Pettersson 36-34 70 Stuart Appleby 38-32 70 Zach Johnson 34-36 70 Jim Furyk 35-35 70 Charley Hoffman 36-34 70 Ben Curtis 36-34 70 Heath Slocum 34-36 70 Alex Aragon 35-35 70 Jim Renner 35-35 70 Brice Garnett 34-36 70 Brian Harman 35-35 70 Scott Brown 34-36 70 Matt Kuchar 37-33 70 Ted Potter, Jr. 36-35 71 Brendon Todd 36-35 71 Erik Compton 36-35 71 Brooks Koepka 38-33 71 Alex Prugh 35-36 71 James Hahn 37-34 71 Cameron Tringale 36-35 71 Andres Romero 37-34 71 Jason Kokrak 35-36 71 Martin Flores 36-35 71 Jerry Kelly 34-37 71 Brian Davis 35-36 71 Chad Collins 37-34 71 Briny Baird 36-36 72 Richard H. Lee 37-35 72 Joe Durant 37-35 72 Ryan Palmer 36-36 72 J.B. Holmes 36-36 72 William McGirt 37-35 72 John Merrick 35-37 72 Martin Laird 36-36 72 John Senden 35-37 72 Troy Matteson 36-36 72 Branden Grace 35-37 72 Ben Martin 35-37 72 Jeff Maggert 36-36 72 Daniel Summerhays 34-38 72 David Lingmerth 38-35 73 TV2DAY AUTO RACING NoonFS1 NASCAR, Sprint Cup, practice for STP 500, at Martinsville, Va.3 p.m.FS1 NASCAR, Truck Series, nal practice for KROGER 250, at Martinsville, Va.4:30 p.m.FS1 NASCAR, Sprint Cup, pole qualifying for STP 500, at Martinsville, Va.4 a.m.NBCSN Formula One, qualifying for Malaysia Grand Prix, at Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaBOXING 9 p.m.ESPN Lightweights, Chris Rudd (13-1-0) vs. Petr Petrov (33-4-2), at New Town, N.D.COLLEGE BASEBALL 10:30 p.m.BHSN LSU at FloridaNote: BHSN is available to Bright House cable subscribers. GOLF 3 p.m.TGC PGA Tour, Texas Open, second round, at San Antonio6:30 p.m.TGC LPGA, Kia Classic, second round, at Carlsbad, Calif.MidnightTGC European PGA Tour, Eurasia Cup, nal round, at Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 1 p.m.MLB Boston vs. Minnesota7 p.m.MLB N.Y. Mets vs. Toronto10 p.m.MLB L.A Angels vs. L.A. DodgersMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL 7:15 p.m.CBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Michigan vs. Tennessee, at Indianapolis7:27 p.m.TBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Iowa St. vs. UConn, at N.Y.9:45 p.m.CBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Louisville vs. Kentucky, at Indianapolis10:07 p.m.TBS NCAA Division I tournament, regional seminal, Virginia vs. Michigan St., at N.Y.NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 7 p.m.FS-Florida Charlotte at OrlandoPREP SOFTBALL 7 p.m.BHSN Hagerty vs. Winter Park Lake Howell Note: BHSN is available to Bright House cable subscribersTENNIS 3 p.m.ESPN2 ATP World Tour/WTA, Sony Open, mens seminal, at Key Biscayne7 p.m.ESPN ATP World Tour/WTA, Sony Open, mens seminal, at Key BiscayneSCOREBOARD CONTACTUS SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 FAX 352-365-1951 EMAIL sports@dailycommercial.com Schools or coaches can report game results after 6 p.m. by calling 352-365-8268, or 352-365-8279. Amateur Listings (college scholarships, meeting announcements, schedule changes, outdoors notices) can be faxed to 352-365-1951, or emailed to sports@dailycommercial.com When sports are being played in Lake County, we want to report it and we need your help. Directors and coaches of recreational and youth leagues can send game results, statistics, team and action photos, and well publish them in the newspaper and on our website. Proud parents can send us individual photos and accomplishments. Just email them to sports@dailycommercial.com IF YOURE PLAYING, WERE INTERESTED Lakehawks found their swing. Michelle Breen opened the inning with a double and Kay la Fuller was walked. Zoe Hart then hammered a double, scor ing Breen. Taylor Dou glass followed with the third double of the in ning, scoring Fuller and Hart with the tying and game-winning runs. In the seventh, Webb set the Raiders down in order with a pair of ineld putouts and y ball to left. The Lakehawks to taled ve hits against Seminole starter Stephanie Adkins. She walked four and struck out three. LSSC travels to Oc ala at 1 / p.m. on Satur day for a doubleheader against the College of Central Florida.BASEBALLLSSC led by as many as four runs on Wednesday and held off a ninth-inning rally to pick up a 7-5 road win against Florida State College-Jacksonville to snap a 10-game losing streak. David Wood (2-3) started and picked up the win. He went six in nings and allowed ve hits and three runs one earned. He struck out 10 without walking a batter. Tyler Reker got the loss for FSC-Jackson ville. LSSC had 10 hits, including three by Tanner Elsbernd. Taylor Saris added two hits. Elsbernd and Saris also scored two runs apiece. Five Lakehawks pitched to combine for the win. Walker Sheller wrapped with an in ning of work and allowed two runs on one hit. Dylan Jones, Anthony Mazzurco and Steve McClellan also pitched for LSSC. LSSC benetted from ve errors by FSC-Jack sonville. The Lakehawks also struggled in the eld and commit ted four errors. The Lakehawks improved to 15-14 over all and 2-10 in the Mid-Florida Confer ence with the win. LSSC plays the College of Central Flor ida at 3 / p.m. today in Oca la. LSSC FROM PAGE B1 Baita, but the Yellow Jackets dropped a 2-1 contest in nine innings against Weston Cypress Bay at Sanford Seminole High School. Leesburg fell to 6-10 with the loss, while Weston Cypress Bay improved to 8-4. Weston Cypress Bay scored the winning run when Jose Nat era scored on a twoout single by Enzo Clemente against Baita. It was the only hit al lowed by Baita in 1 2/3 innings of relief. The Lightning managed only ve hits against Halstead and Baita. Weston Cypress Bay took an early lead with a run in the rst against Halstead when Nat era scored on a dou ble by Thomas Quinte ro. Halstead stranded Quintero at third when he struck out Diego Maceda to end the in ning. Halstead pitched seven innings and allowed one run on four hits. He walked three and struck out ve. The Yellow Jackets totaled seven hits against Quintero and Ben Fritts. Quintero gave up three hits and Lees burgs lone run in four innings and Fritts sur rendered four hits in ve innings of work. Leesburg scored its lone run in the third inning when Baita crossed the plate on an error by Natera, the Lightning second base man. Baita reached base on a single and reached third on a sin gle by Tucker Smith pri or to Nateras elding miscue. Smith was eventually stranded at third. Baita, who made 33 pitches, absorbed the loss for the Yellow Jackets. Fritts, who made 57 pitches, picked up the win. Smith (2-for-4) was the only Yellow Jack ets with multiple hits. Baita, Garrett Vathroder, Halstead, Kyle Bra na, and Turner Long had Leesburgs hits all singles. Danny Cepeda went 2-for-4 for Weston Cy press Bay. He was the Lightnings only player with multiple hits. Leesburg has gone 1-2 in the weeklong tournament, beating Jensen Beach on Mon day and dropping a 6-3 decision to Naples Bar ron Collier on Tuesday. LHS FROM PAGE B1 his bench. The game was scoreless until the third in ning, when Eustis scored four runs on four hits. The Panthers plated two more runs in the fourth inning before closing out Hollywood McArthur with four runs in the fth. Koenig and Jack Kirkpatrick scored two runs apiece for the Panthers. The game was Mouldens second pitching effort in the FLHSI. In the 2012 tourney, he beat Mont verde Academy 7-2, allowing three hits in 5 1/3 innings. In two games, the senior southpaw is 2-0 with a 0.68 ERA and 10 strikeouts in 10 1/3 innings. He has allowed four hits Eustis improved to 9-6 on the season with the win and picked up its rst in three games in the FLHSI. EHS FROM PAGE B1 Daniel Obremski n ished two shots off the pace. Dominic Bozzelli, winner of the opening two full-eld events of season, is in an eight-way tie at 4-under 68. Hutchinson played in one of the early groups of the day and began on the rst tee. He birdied the hole and carded four more on the front nine before taking a bogey on the 456-yard par 4 ninth hole. The ninth hole was one of three holes that were lengthened for the tournament, according to Tom Leimberger, director of golf at Harbor Hills. Leimberger said the rst, second and ninth holes were made longer to push the to tal length of the course closer to 7,000 yards, which he said was more appropriate for professionals. We wanted to of fer a challenge to these guys, Leimberger said. They can all hit the ball so long that if we left the course as it was, most of them would be driving and then chipping to the green. Im happy with the way things turned out. A fter the tournament is over, our low-handi cap players will probably be able to play off those tees. Hutchinson got himself back on track after his bogey at No. 9 with three straight birdies, beginning at the 10th hole. He bogeyed No. 14 and birdied the 16th before capping off his round with a pair of pars. Strohmeyer got to within a shot of the lead when he recorded an ea gle on the par 5 18th hole and couldve had a share of the lead except for a bogey on the par-3 fth hole. Lower blistered the front nine in 31 with ve birdies, but man aged only two birdies and a bogey on the back nine. His bogey at No. 12 kept him from grabbing a share of the open ing-round lead. The second round is set to begin at 8 / a.m. to day. Admission is free and parking is available. NGA FROM PAGE B1 SEIZETHE DA Y SSPORTSNEWS.www.dailycommercial.com

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B3 TIM DAHLBERGAssociated PressTheyre battling in courtrooms, and could one day meet over a bargaining table. About the only things the two sides in the debate over big-time college ath letics agree on is that things are changing. Schools bringing in hundreds of mil lions in television con tracts. Coaches making kind of salaries that the late UCLA legend John Wooden wouldnt recognize. Athletes insist ing on rights, if not out right cash. And now a union for football players at Northwestern that would previously have been unthinkable in college sports. A ruling that the Northwestern football team can bargain with the school as em ployees represented by a union may not by itself change the way amateur sports oper ate. But it gures to put more pressure on the NCAA and the ma jor conferences to give something back to the players to justify the billions of dollars the players bring in and never see. While improvements need to be made, we do not need to completely throw away a system that has helped literally millions of students over the past de cade alone attend college, The NCAA said in a statement. Theres huge money at stake nearly $18 billion alone just in television rights for the NCAA basketball tournament and bowl games. Already ght ing a urry of antitrust lawsuits challenging its control of college athletics, the NCAA cant afford too many more defeats. This is a colossal vic tory for student athletes coming on the heels of their recent victories, said Marc Edelman, an associate professor of law at City University of New York who specializes in sports and antitrust law. It seems not only the tide of public sentiment but also the tide of legal rulings has nally turned in the direction of college athletes and against the NCAA. For the NCAA, the timing of a National Labor Relations Board opinion allowing a union at Northwestern couldnt have been worse. In the middle of a tournament that earns schools close to $1 billion a year, it is being taken to task not only for not paying players, but for not en suring their health and future welfare. Add in revelations like Florida coach Bil ly Donovans new $3.7 million-a-year contract and the $18,000 bonus that Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith got for one of the schools wrestlers winning an NCAA ti tle, and some are frus trated with the NCAAs contention that every thing it does is done for the benet of athletes who play for the glory of their school. Fifty years ago the NCAA invented the term student-athlete to try and make sure this day never came, said former UCLA line backer Ramogi Huma, the designated president of Northwesterns would-be football play ers union. Northwestern players who stood up for their rights took a giant step for justice. Its going to set a prece dent for college players across the nation to do the same. The players currently at Northwestern may have already graduated by the time the team gets a chance to bar gain if it ever does. According to feder al law, Northwestern football players have 30 days from Wednesdays decision to vote on whether to authorize on whether to formally authorize the College Athletes Players Association, or CAPA, to represent them. But Northwestern is expected to appeal the landmark ruling to the National Labor Relations Board by an April 9 deadline, potentially stalling the union vote. The NCAA is also likely to continue to ght the description of college athletes as employees. It was that love of the sport that drew out going Wildcats quar terback Kain Colter as well as a scholar ship worth up to about $75,000 annually. But Colter, backed by law yers with the United Steelworkers union, began the union push after growing disenchanted with the time demands placed on him in football that forced him to drop his plans to go to medical school. Colter also worried about the long-term health risks of foot ball long after players have left school. Play ers have said they want more research into concussions and other traumatic injuries and insurance and guarantees that they will be covered for medical issues later in life. They also want money for continuing education and for schools to offer four-year scholarship deals instead of yearto-year pacts. One day that could mean money, over and above the $2,000 ex tra annual stipend that NCAA president Mark Emmert proposed but failed to get imple mented over the objections of small-budget schools. Theres plenty to go around, with a $10.6 billion contract for television rights to the NCAA basketball tournament and a recent $7.2 billion deal for football bowl games. The NLRB ruling de scribed how the life of a Northwestern football player is far more reg imented than that of a typical student, down to requirements about what they can eat and whether they can live off campus or purchase a car. At times, play ers put 50 or 60 hours a week into football, the ruling said, qualifying them to be treated as employees of the university and eligible for a union. By itself, the ruling could be little more than an irritant to private universities and the NCAA. But com bined with the anti trust lawsuits one led just last week by a prominent attorney called the organization an unlawful cartel they present a clear challenge to the unique way college sports op erates. The model of coach es and administrators making millions while the athletes providing the labor are paid in room and board and books is one that could be difcult to defend in court.Landmark union ruling comes at bad time for NCAA COLLEGE SPORTS COLLEGE BASKETBALL EDDIE PELLSAssociated PressINDIANAPOLIS John Calipari sent Andrew and Aaron Har rison and three other freshmen to sit behind the microphones and answer ques tions about Kentuckys upcoming Sweet 16 matchup against Bluegrass State rival Louis ville. Rick Pitino sent up seniors Russ Smith and Luke Hancock. That, as much as the 70 miles that separates the schools, is the gulf between the neighbors who play today in one of the most important meetings in their long, colorful and not-sofriendly rivalry. Eighth-seeded Kentucky plays the oneand-done game and won a title that way in 2012. Fourth-seed ed Louisville goes for a more long-term approach and took home its own championship trophy last season. Theres so many ar guments, Pitino said. I think the best of all worlds, me personally, I would like to see exact ly what football has. Whether they stay a minimum of three years (football), one year (basketball) or something else, the issue of how athletes t into a college cam pus was thrust into the spotlight by this weeks National Labor Relations Board decision that dened football players at Northwest ern as employees. Neither coach would bite when asked how they felt about the rul ing. Has nothing to do with this game, so I leave it alone, Calipa ri said. But both are well aware of the business side of their game that fosters the tenuous relationships between players, coaches and schools. The one-anddone rule has been key in Caliparis re-emer gence as a Final Four coach over the last six years, and has weighed on the minds of other coaches, like Pitino, who dont land the NBA-ready kids as fre quently but often nd themselves competing against them. I think were all play ing the hand were dealt, Calipari said. Kids are going on to the league from us and performing, and Im proud of that. Would I like to have had them for four years? Yes. But I also like whats happened for them and their families. Calipari, whose 2012 title team came behind one-and-doner Anthony Davis, now of the Pelicans, saw the neg atives of having to re build every year play out in stark detail this season. A starting line up with ve freshmen struggled with expectations, sharing, listening and handling criticism. Now comes the pay off. Calipari has g ured out how to get the most from the Wildcats (26-10) and, as a result, they are clicking. Aaron Harrison has scored 18 and 19 points in the last two games. His broth er had 20 in Kentuckys 78-76 upset over Wich ita State. Yet another freshman, James Young, made a 3-point er that gave Kentucky the lead in that game with less than 2 min utes to go. They had to hear how bad they were as players, how self ish they were, theyre not together, this isnt a team, Calipari said. Instead of separating, they stuck together. They kept believing in the staff and wanted answers, How do we get this right? and they accepted answers. Not that managing a more experienced roster, with seven play ers coming off a na tional title, has been all smooth sailing for Piti no and the Cardinals (31-5). Pitino dismissed Chane Behanan in De cember for violating school rules. The focal point of last years title run, Kevin Ware, took a medical redshirt for more recovery on the right leg he snapped gruesomely during last years regional nal, also in Indianapolis. I know everyone wants to talk about experience, Hancock said when asked about the differenc es between what a se nior knows and what a freshman knows come this time of year. But theyve got six, sev en, eight, nine, 10 guys that are going to play real hard. We have the same. Its not going to be too big an advantage either way. Since 1983, the teams have met in the regular season every year. This seasons game was a 73-66 Kentucky victory that served as only a brief respite for the Wildcats, who sank from top-ranked team at the beginning of the season to out of the poll by March 10. The Cardinals were hardly a nished prod uct at the time, either. Like Kentucky, theyve saved their best bas ketball for March. They won their conference tournament games by an average of 33, then gured ways to grind out ugly wins against Manhattan and St. Louis. Pitino said hes been in the state for 20 years rst as coach of Ken tucky and the game, to me, has really only had difcult conse quences for the loser twice. No. 1 was the 2012 Fi nal Four meeting, won by Kentucky. No. 2 will be todays game. People grieve for a year after the game. People celebrate for a year after the game, Calipari said. Ive tried to not make it bigger than it is. But it doesnt work.Kentucky, Louisville rekindle Bluegrass rivalry DAVID J. PHILLIP / AP Louisville head coach Rick Pitino talks to his players during Thursdays practice for the NCAA Midwest Regional seminals in Indianapolis. Louisville plays Kentucky today.

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B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 RONALD BLUMAssociated PressNEW YORK After deciding close calls on the eld since 1876, baseball opens a hightech control room this weekend where the fates of batters, pitchers, runners and eld ers will be decided by umpires up to 2,600 miles away in the build ing where the Oreo cookie was invented. Starting with the Los Angeles Dodgers game at the San Diego Padres on Sunday night, the U.S. opener of the 2014 season, players, managers and fans will turn their attention to the ROC the Replay Operations Center. In a dimly lit room of just under 1,000 square feet in the Chelsea Market in Manhattans Meatpacking District, umpires and technicians will make the decisions that could decide games and championships. More than $10 mil lion has been spent wiring the 30 big league ballparks with Fiber link cable that will transmit the images from at least 12 cam eras at every site, and Major League Baseball says it will take just 400 milliseconds for each image to arrive at the command center. All in an effort to prevent the type of botched calls that cost Detroits Armando Galarraga a perfect game in 2010. Im happy for the managers, said Joe Torre, an MLB exec utive vice president overseeing the new system. Maybe it will keep them from having one or two more sleep less nights if they are able to grab one and overturn it. Inside the sliding glass doors at the of ces of Major League Baseball Advanced Me dia, the room has its own power supply in case of a blackout with batteries as a sec ond auxiliary and a stand-alone heating, ventilation and air con ditioning system that keeps the tempera ture at 72 degrees. Cell phones dont have re ception. There are dozens of televisions, more than enough to make it re semble NASAs Mission Control. Outside the room, next to a mod ernist black sofa, is a 55-inch NEC screen, with another just in side the entrance. Walk in, and theres 65-inch Pentus TV to your left. On each side are three stations, each to be staffed with a technician on the left and a major league um pire on the right. Three more oater stations stretch across the back well. Every station has four 46-inch screens three Planars for each pod, with a higher-quality Sony directly in front of each um pires seat. The umps will wear headsets and can push a button to speak with their colleagues at any stadium. Fifteen Asus computer monitors are scattered about, four on a wavy table in the cen ter where supervisors will monitor the review umpires and up to 15 simultaneous games (there would only be the maximum if weather delays the action in the eastern half of North America). The nine circular overhead lights are kept low, the walls are gray and the carpeting is dark all so that the televised images will stand out more for the umpires. There is a sink and a microwave the food court on the rst oor is lled with doz ens of options. Ill see more games than the Fan Cave, quipped Justin Klemm, a former minor league umpire and big league ll-in who was hired last month as MLBs director of instant replay. Baseball ignored re play even as it was rst used by the NFL in 1986, the NHL in 1991, the NBA in 2002 and the Little League World Series in 2008. MLB took a tenta tive step toward replay in August 2008, when it rst used video to de cide boundary calls such as home runs at the top of fences or near foul poles. Torre long opposed video review but changed his mind in October 2012, when umpire Jeff Nelson missed a call on Rob inson Canos two-out tag of Omar Infante at second base in the AL championship series, calling the runner safe. Detroit went on to win Game 2 and sweep the New York Yankees. Thats when I realized that we certainly cant ignore the tech nology and the fact that this seemed to be what the people want or think they want, Torre said. Eight umpires will be assigned to the replay room each week, with generally six on duty for a full schedule and each monitoring two games at a time. When an umpire has a decision to make, screens for their oth er game will go dark. If an ump has simultane ous challenges in both games, one will cas cade to the next pod over. Baseball established a clear and convinc ing standard for over turning calls. The re play decision will be either the call is con rmed, stands (if there is no conclusive evidence) or is overturned. Managers get one challenge per game, and if that challenge is successful, they receive a second. If a manag er is out of challeng es, from the seventh inning on an umpire can call for a replay on his own. In addition, home runs and plate colli sions are subject to un limited review at the discretion of the crew chief. Baseball hopes it will take no more than an average of 3 minutes for the decision. The aver age length of a nine-inning game was a record 2:59 last year, according to STATS. Torre said pace-of-game rules will be enforced more strictly. In order to make this thing work and not have it make the games longer is the fact that we have to start really disciplining and paying attention to the repeat violators, he said. Open for replay chal lenges are force plays, tags plays, fair-foul in the outeld, traps in the outeld, hit batters, retouching, passing runners, ground-rule doubles, fan interfer ence and home runs (at the umpires discre tion). Among the exclud ed decisions are ballstrike calls, check swings, foul tips making contact with the bat, balks, interference and obstruction calls, the neighborhood play at second on double plays, running out of the basepath or run ners lane, tagging up and catches in the in eld. MLB says that among incorrect calls last year were 156 force plays, 60 tags on steals and 76 other tags totaling 86 percent of all missed decisions. Torre said he expects more dropped balls during pivots at second base will be called safe rather than force outs, and that MLB will monitor phone trafc between team replay personnel and dugouts to ensure the video isnt used for sign stealing. About 75 umpires came to New York for training, and MLB sat down with all managers during spring training and will have a conference call with them this week. Umpirings new era has arrived. I could tell you, one, Im glad we didnt have replay, Torre said, an apparent reference to Richie Garcia calling a 2-2 pitch to Tino Mar tinez a ball in the 1998 World Series opener. Martinez hit a grand slam on the next pitch, and the Yankees swept San Diego. Im wearing that ring right now, Torre said.MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLHigh-tech replay room opening for business RICHARD DREW / AP Chris Marinak sits in front of a bank of television screens during a preview of Major League Baseballs Replay Operations Center on Wednesday in New York. Less than a week before most teams open, MLB is working on the unveiling of its new instant replay system, which it hopes will vastly reduce incorrect calls by umpires. COLLEGE FOOTBALL KRISTIE RIEKENAssociated PressCOLLEGE STATION, Texas Johnny Man ziels NFL pro day had a former president, lots of swag, a Drake soundtrack and even some football, too. The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner threw for 75 ofcials from 30 teams on the Texas A&M campus Thursday. He also had some spe cial guests, as former President George H.W. Bush and wife Barbara and her two dogs rolled into the facility on golf carts about 10 min utes into the workout. The always ashy Manziel was true to his over-the-top Johnny Football persona, trotting into the facility with his receivers as a tune by his buddy Drake blasted through the building. He wore camouage shorts, a black Nike jer sey with his white No. 2 and caused a stir by wearing shoulder pads and a helmet. Manziel didnt under stand why it was a big deal. You play the game in shoulder pads on Sundays, he said. Why not come out and do it? ... For me it was a no-brainer. Manziel threw about 65 passes to six receiv ers, including A&M teammate Mike Ev ans, who like Manziel is expected to be a rst round pick in the May draft. Only two passes werent caught and Ev ans grabbed a third long pass out of bounds. I felt like it was good, Manziel said. (I) was obviously going for per fection. So had a couple balls hit the ground. One was on me. One was a little bit high. I couldve got it down for him a lit tle bit. Quarterback guru George Whiteld ran the workout. Manziel has worked with Whiteld throughout his career and has spent a big chunk of the last 2 months working with him in California. Whiteld raved about his competitiveness. This wasnt just merely a set of routes that he was just going to go through and throw, Whiteld said. It just feels like ... life is riding on every pass with him. Eight NFL gener al managers and eight head coaches were among the group, in cluding Texans gener al manager Rick Smith and coach Bill OBrien. Houston has the top overall pick in the draft. Smith and OBrien liked what they saw from Manziel, but both cautioned that this is just one step in a long pro cess. He made the throws that you look for and that you wanted to see so it was good, Smith said. Its just a part of it and it was impressive. Manziel, who started at A&M for two seasons, planned to meet with several teams on Thurs day afternoon after the workout. Sever al coaches were impressed that Manziel called all the NFL of cials onto the eld at the end of his workout to personally thank them for coming. College Stations a little bit of a tricky spot to get to, he said. For me to call those guys up, just wanted to speak on my behalf as well as the six guys behind me and thank them for coming out. Tampa Bay coach Lovie Smith, who grew up in Big Sandy, Texas, enjoyed seeing Bush at the event. Thats a rst, a workout with an ex-presi dent, Smith said. But they do things a little dif ferently in Texas, which is a good thing, me being a Texan. Bush sat in his golf cart during the event and posed for pictures with dozens of people after ward. But Secret Service agents shooed away reporters looking to talk to the 41st president. Manziel said he didnt notice when Bush came in. No, he said. I was trying to go 65 for 65. Several more Drake songs played after his introductory one and he looked loose during the workout, at times bobbing his head, covered in the matte black hel met, to the beats. There was a brief hitch in the playlist, though. When he began the workout the explicit and expletive-laden versions of the songs were played. When the 89-year-old Bush entered the build ing, the soundtrack quickly switched to an edited version of the same songs. He worked under cen ter, making throws of all distances, on the run and in the pocket. Whit eld added some challenges to the workout, waving a broom and chasing him with it on several throws.Manziel wows elder Bush, others at pro day

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL B5 Business austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8263 DOW JONES 16,264.23 -4.76 NASDAQ 4,151.23 -22.35 S&P 500 1,849.04 -3.52 GOLD 1,291.50 -8.70 SILVER 19.71 -0.072 CRUDE OIL 101.28 +1.02T-NOTE 10-year102.08 +0.10 www.dailycommercial.com CAROLYN THOMPSONAssociated PressEvery month that Gregory Zbylut pays $1,300 toward his law school loans is another month of not qualifying for a decent mortgage. Every payment to ward their student loans is $900 Dr. Nida Degesys and her hus band arent putting in their retirement savings account. They believe theyll eventually climb from debt and begin us ing their earnings to build assets rather than ll holes. But, like the roughly 37 million others in the U.S. saddled with $1 trillion in stu dent debt, they may never catch up with wealthy peers who began life after college free from the burden. The disparity, experts say, is contribut ing to the widening of the gap between rich and everyone else in the country. If you graduate with a B.A. or doctorate and you get the same job at the same place, you make the same amount of money, said Wil liam Elliott III, director of the Assets and Edu cation Initiative at the University of Kansas. But that money will actually mean less to you in the sense of accumulating assets in the long term. Graduates who can immediately begin building equity in housing or stocks and bonds get more time to see their investments grow, while indebted graduates spend years paying principal and interest on loans. The standard student loan repayment schedule is 10 years but can be much longer. The median 2009 net worth for a household without out standing student debt was $117,700, nearly three times the $42,800 worth in a household with outstanding student debt, according to a report co-written by Elliott last November. About 40 percent of households led by someone 35 or younger have student loan debt, a 2012 Pew Research Center analysis of gov ernment data found. Allen Aston is one of the lucky ones, having landed a full academic and nancial-need scholarship at Ohio State University. The 22-year-old software engineer from Columbus estimates it let him avoid about $100,000 in debt. Without loans to re pay, Aston is already contributing 6 percent of his salary to a re tirement fund that is matched in part by his employer and doesnt have the same nancial concerns his friends do. Im making the same money as them, but they have student loans theyre paying back that I dont. So, it denitely seems noticeable, he said. At the other end of the spectrum is Zbylut, an accoun tant-turned-attorney in Glendale, Calif. Hes been chipping away at nearly $160,000 in student debt since graduating in 2005 from law school at Loyola Uni versity in Chicago. Now 48, the tax attorney es timates he could have $150,000 to $200,000 in a 401(k) had the money hes paid toward loans gone there. Im sitting here in trafc. Ive got a Mer cedes behind me and an Audi in front of me and Im thinking, What did they do that I didnt do? Zbylut said by cellphone from his Chevrolet. Hes been turned down twice for the type of mortgage he needs to buy a home big enough for himself, the ancee he would have married already if not for his debts and her 10-year-old son. I have more education and more degrees than my father, as does she than her parents, and yet our parents are better off than we are. Whats wrong with this picture? he said. Student debt is the only kind of household debt that rose through the Great Recession and now totals more than either credit card or auto loan debt, ac cording to the Feder al Reserve Bank of New York. Both the num ber of borrowers and amount borrowed ballooned by 70 percent from 2004 to 2012. Of the nearly 20 mil lion Americans who at tend college each year, about 12 million bor row, according to the Almanac of Higher Education. Estimates show that the average fouryear graduate accumu lates $26,000 to $29,000 in loans, and some leave college with six gures worth of debt.Rising college costs add to $1T student loan debt EVAN VUCCI / AP Nida Degesys, National President of the American Medical Student Association, is shown at her ofce in Sterling, Va. AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writeraustin.fuller@dailycommercial.comThe owners of Pichys Cuban 2 Go are in negotiations for an approxi mately 6,000 square-foot space for a Cuban ne-dining restaurant at the Lake Square Mall, according to one of the restaurants owners. William Arias, who co-owns Pichys with his wife and daughterin-law, said he hopes the restaurant will be able to open this June. While Pichys Cuban 2 Go is a lunch sandwich-oriented restau rant, the new restaurant, called Cuba Pichys Cuisine, will be a ne-dining Cuban-style restaurant, Arias said. The new restaurant will feature traditional Cuban dishes, Cu ban-style seafood and new menu creations, according to Arias. The restaurant will be near the malls main entrance and the cur rent J.C. Penneys store, in the spot that formerly housed Garelds restaurant. Arias Pichys location in Eustis opened in January 2013 and the existing Leesburg location opened in October 2011. Arias said they pre viously had a ne dining Cuban restaurant in Orlando from 1996 to 2001. The sale of the Lake Square Mall to Kohan Retail Investment Group closed on March 17 for $13.28 mil lion, Mike Kohan previously told the Daily Commercial. Its a great location. The mall is suffering somewhat, but we believe that with ... new blood, (a) new owner coming in, that they are going to do their best to bring it back to the days of yesterday when, it was a much livelier place to shop, Arias said. The new mall restaurant will do lunch and dinner, and he is still debating a breakfast service, said Arias, who will look to hire approx imately 15 employees. Robert Sargent, public informa tion ofcer for the city of Leesburg, said after Garelds closed, the mall location temporarily was a drinking establishment called Rumors. He said it is a great location for a restaurant because of the movie theater in the mall. You have a very popular mov ie theater there. You have movies, you have shopping, so its a great venue to go to and having a restau rant added to it makes it even bet ter, Sargent said. If you ever need a place to go on a rainy day, theres no better place than going to an in door mall, and catching a restau rant before a movie. What could be better? He added the mall is at a turning point. As their spaces (become) available, it becomes important that the mall sees new tenants come in. So, theyre kind of at a turning point right now, Sargent said. Sandi Moore, the executive direc tor of the Leesburg Area Chamber of Commerce, said she was happy that a local business was expanding, and that it also will help the mall. Its a great thing for the mall, she said. Its a great thing to have another restaurant in our area that is a nicer restaurant. SOME OF THE PROPOSALS FOR TACKLING STUDENT DEBT President Barack Obama and lawmakers in Congress are debating how to address the issue of rising student loan debt, something experts say is contributing to the widening between the rich and everyone else. Some of the proposals: %  %  Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has called for student investment plans. Private investment rms would cover tuition costs that could be repaid later as a xed percentage of a graduates income for a set number of years, regardless of whether that amount covers the total debt. Rubio said that he still owed more than $100,000 in student loans when he became a senator in 2011. His ofce said he repaid his student loans in December 2012 with proceeds from his autobiography. %  %  Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., introduced the Student Loan Borrowers Bill of Rights Act, which would remove educational loans from the list of debts that cant be discharged in bankruptcy. %  %  Obama has proposed extending the pay-as-youearn repayment plan to all student borrowers. The program limits student loan payments based on income but is currently only available to borrowers who took out loans after October 2007. %  %  The Student Right to Know Before You Go Act of 2013, with Republican and Democratic sponsors, require colleges to report data to offer students cost-benet analyses comparing how much they can expect to earn in a particular eld with how much they will owe after earning a degree in a given subject.LEESBURGCuban restaurant negotiating for Lake Square Mall locationIf you ever need a place to go on a rainy day, theres no better place than going to an indoor mall, and catching a restaurant before a movie. What could be better?Robert Sargent, Public information ofcer for the city of Leesburg

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Stock Footnotes:g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not meet continued-listing standards. lf Late filing with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low figures date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the n ame.Dividend Footnotes:a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent d ividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes:q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial.NameDivLastChg New York Stock Exchange Dialing up another loss?BlackBerrys latest quarterly financial results should provide clues on the smartphone companys bid to revive its business. The struggling company is expected to report a fiscal fourth-quarter loss today. That would follow a loss of $4.4 billion in the previous quarter. The company said in December its trying to return to profitability by 2016. Investors will be listening for an update on BlackBerrys strategy, including its push to sell lower cost phones in emerging markets like Indonesia.Wallet checkEconomists project that Americans income grew a little more slowly last month. Income grew 0.3 percent in January after no increase in December, while spending grew 0.4 percent, with the increase stemming from a surge in spending on heating bills during the harsh winter. The Commerce Department reports today its income and spending figures for February.Eye on consumersThe University of Michigans consumer sentiment survey index for March is due out today. The index was 81.6 in February, up slightly from the previous month. Last months survey suggested that while bad weather kept consumers away from retail outlets, it didnt shake their confidence. Economists forecast that the index fell slightly from February. Source: FactSet 5 10 15 $20 BBRY $9.05 $70.25 Price-earnings ratio: lost moneybased on trailing 12 month resultsDividend: none 4Q Operating EPS4Q $0.22Source: FactSetPersonal income percent change, seasonally adjusted -0.1 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4% FJDNOS est. 0.2 flat est. -$0.56 Today 1,650 1,700 1,750 1,800 1,850 1,900 M ONDJF 1,800 1,860 1,920 S&P 500Close: 1,849.04 Change: -3.52 (-0.2%) 10 DAYS 14,500 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 M ONDJF 16,040 16,260 16,480 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 16,264.23 Change: -4.76 (flat) 10 DAYS Advanced1642 Declined1456 New Highs48 New Lows29 Vol. (in mil.)3,660 Pvs. Volume3,429 2,225 2,375 1014 1574 17 50NYSE NASDDOW16300.9416191.7916264.23-4.76-0.03%-1.88% DOW Trans.7442.197375.597411.43-18.11-0.24%+0.15% DOW Util.526.12519.68525.88+3.88+0.74%+7.20% NYSE Comp.10395.7310330.6010373.44+14.08+0.14%-0.26% NASDAQ4186.134131.814151.23-22.35-0.54%-0.61% S&P 5001855.551842.111849.04-3.52-0.19%+0.04% S&P 4001357.711346.491350.91-3.17-0.23%+0.62% Wilshire 500019805.2819644.2219726.03-32.95-0.17%+0.10% Russell 20001161.091146.831151.44-4.05-0.35%-1.05%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. YTD StocksRecap AT&T Inc T31.74539.00 34.96+.35 +1.0sst-0.6-0.9111.84f Advance Auto Parts AAP77.989129.99 123.89+1.14 +0.9tts+11.9+50.7220.24 Amer Express AXP63.43994.35 89.99+.33 +0.4ttt-0.8+34.8181.04f AutoNation Inc AN40.30954.49 51.76+.14 +0.3tts+4.2+17.617... 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C2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 Resident Owned Retirement Community100 Hawthorne Boulevard Leesburg, FL 34748 FREE ADMISSION FOOD FREE PARKING SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE My parents had four young children to care for during the Depression. From them I learned that there are many ways to economize without neglecting the essentials for keeping a family housed and healthy. Just before the Depression hit my parents built a house on a lot Granddad gave them. The man who held the mortgage let them stay there until things got better by paying the interest on the loan. Daddy raised chickens and rabbits and picked wild berries, nuts and greens wherever he could nd them. He kept us supplied with meat and eggs and the delicious water from the cress he found in the woods below town. Mom raised a vegetable garden and fruit trees in our backyard. We had fresh fruit and vegetables in the summer and home-canned tomatoes, green beans, cher ries, black berries and peaches in the winter. We had other exotic foods to eat like dandelion greens, horseradish, sassafras root for tea and black walnuts. Mom made the best salad with dandelion greens you have ever tasted. She washed them real well and tossed them with chopped onions, hard-boiled eggs and bacon bits and make a salad dressing of vinegar and bacon drippings. When the corn was ripe in the farmers elds, they would sell it from door to door for 25 cents a dozen. It was fresh from the eld and delicious. Today folks who are having a difcult time feeding their families have several alternatives that we didnt have. We didnt have food banks or food stamps, but most folks dont grow fruits and vegetables in their backyard. I understand that the rules about chickens have been modied so folks in town can raise them in their backyard for eggs. Every time I go to the grocery store I am shocked at the prices. It wasnt that long ago that I bought a gallon of milk for a dollar. Today it is four times that much and one small box of oatmeal is over $2. It must make it hard to feed a family on a limited budget. I have never been any good at gardening like my mother was, and I am afraid of chickens. (Have you ever been chased by a mean rooster?) I have learned to use some of that same kind of initiative that my parents used. Our rst baby was born while my husband was going to school under the GI Bill. Our subsistence check was $124 a month. (Dont hold me to that amount. That was a long time ago.) I worked in an ofce as long as I could and then used the $40 my boss gave me as a bonus to buy the things I needed for the baby. I stretched every nickel of that $40. I bought a secondhand crib after shopping around to get the best one I could. I made bumpers for the crib, crib sheets, crib pads, nighties and even receiving blankets and diapers. I bought an unpainted three-drawer chest, a diaper pail and a plastic bathtub that I kept under the crib. (If you dont sew or knit you may have a wonderful relative who does.) We moved into public housing along with many of my husbands fellow students. The rent for our apartment was just $24 a month, adjusted for our meager income. When Ralph be gan working part time as a draftsman, we had to pay a little more according to our income. Public housing in those days did not have the accoutrements that it has today. We lived in Lomita, a little town just west of Los Angeles, Calif., so the buildings were earthquake proof. Everything was concrete: the steps, the porch, the oors. The oors were made of painted concrete and the walls were all buff-colored rough plaster. The only interiors doors were on the bedroom and bathroom. The kitchen cabinets had no doors on them and neither did the broom closet. The lower cabinets were tted with doors to keep out little crawling children. In those days (1951-57) you could buy a yard of cotton fabric for less than 50 cents, so I made curtains for the kitchen cabinets and the closets. Do you remember those awful plastic drapes? That is what I used on the living room and bedroom. I made curtains for the kitchen. We furnished our little concrete love nest with the money we were able to save from my pension and Ralphs mustering-out pay. First we bought a good bed and the rest of the furniture didnt matter. The apartment was tted with a tiny gas refrigerator and range, but we had to buy a washing machine with a baby on the way. It took a lot of work to keep that apartment looking nice but we were quite comfortable in it. We found a store where we could get rib steaks for 69 cents a pound and a farmers market where we bought our fresh fruit and vegetables. We ate a lot of beans and macaroni and cheese. The best advice I can give to a young woman today who is expecting her rst child on a shoestring budget is that she should invest in at least two dozen cloth diapers. Oh yes, Ive checked Walmart has them. I would also buy a pail with a lid and a box of Borax to soak the diapers. Thrift stores are a good place to look for baby items and inexpensive household items like towels, dishes, at wear, pots and pans. Babies dont need a lot of fancy furniture to be healthy and happy. What they need most are two loving parents to cuddle them and care for them.Nina Gilfert can be reached at nmgilfert@yahoo.com.Stretching every penny in todays economy NINA GILFERTFROM THE PORCH STEPS COMMUNITY CALENDAR TODAYTRIANGLE BOAT CLUB LAST FRIDAY SOCIAL ITALIAN NIGHT: At 5:30 p.m. at the club in Tav -ares. Pre-registration a must at 352-533-8398. Cost is $10. ICEHOUSE THEATRE OPENS OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS: At the theatre, 1100 N. Unser St., in Mount Dora. Call the box office at 352-3834616 for tickets and show times. SUNNYLAND ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC BOAT SHOW: At Wooton Park in Tava-res, with specialty boats, racing and more. Ad-mission is $5 per person per day through Sunday. Go to www.acbs-sunny -land.org for details. SATURDAYTHE VILLAGES OUTDOOR EXPO 2014: Saturday at 9 a.m., and Sunday at 10 a.m., with over 50 clubs and vendors, at La Haci -enda Recreation Center and Lake Mira Mar. Go to www.districtgov.org for details. LEARN IPAD BASICS AT THE LEESBURG PUB -LIC LIBRARY: From 2 to 4 p.m., covering basic iPad operations, at the library, 100 E. Main St., Leesburg. Call 352-728-9790 or email librarian@leesburgorida.gov for information.MAXS PET CONNEC TION ADOPTION EVENT: From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., every Saturday at the PetSmart, 534 N. U.S. Highway 27/441 in Lady Lake. Call 352-669-2855 for details. ALCOHOLICS ANONY -MOUS MEETING IN AMER-ICAN SIGN LANGUAGE: Every Saturday at 9 a.m., Waterman Hos pital, 1000 Waterman Way in Tavares. Call 352-360-0960 or email Intergroup@embarqmail.com. STARLIGHT BALLROOM AND DANCE CENTER 2014 SPRING SHOWCASE WITH JOHNNY THUNDER BENE -FIT FOR LEESBURG CEN -TER FOR THE ARTS: At 7 p.m., advance tickets $60, limited seating. Call 352-326-3833. PET PHOTO SHOOT FUNDRAISER FOR HENRI -ETTA: Lake County Ani -mal Services is hosting a fundraiser for Henrietta a mother dog found and rescued while labor and her pups today at South Lake Animal League ofce, 4648 Bap -tist Island Rd. in Grov -eland. For a $10 dona-tion, pet owners get a mini photo session with their animals. Call 352-429-6334 or go to www. slal.org to sign up. SECO ANNUAL MEM-BERSHIP MEETING: Reg -istration begins at 8:30 a.m., SECO headquar -ter in Sumterville, U.S. Highway 301. Go to www.secoenergy.com for details. SUNDAYEUSTIS ELKS LODGE NO. 1578 BREAKFAST: From 8:30 to 11 a.m., ev -ery Sunday, 2540 Dora Ave., in Tavares. Cost is $6. Call 352-343-5000 for details. MONDAYOPENING DOORS CONFERENCE HOSTED BY MID-FLORIDA HOME-LESS COALITION: From 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Wild wood Community Cen-ter, 6500 Powell Rd. in Wildwood. Cost is $25. Pre-registration re -quired at 352-860-2308 at www.midflorida -homeless.org. LAKE COUNTY DUPLI CATE BRIDGE CLUB: Novice games on Mon -days at 9:15 a.m.; non-life masters on Tues -days and Fridays at 9:15 a.m.; open games Monday, Wednesday, Thurs-day and Friday, at 1:15 p.m., 510 W. Key St., in Eustis. Call Elaine Swan -son at 352-483-0592. TUESDAYLEESBURG HERITAGE SOCIETY MEETING: At 3:30 p.m., Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. Call 352-787-5969. ALCOHOLICS ANONY -MOUS MEETING IN AMER-ICAN SIGN LANGUAGE: Every Tuesday, St. Tim -othys Church, 1351 Paige Pl., The Villages. Call 352-360-0960 or email Intergroup@em-barqmail.com. TRIANGLE NEWCOM -ERS LUNCHEON RESERVA -TIONS DUE TODAY: Regis -tration begins at 11 a.m. on April 8, at Lake Recep-tions, 4425 N. Highway 19A in Mount Dora. Call Lil Henderson at 352-365-6154. Cost is $15. WEDNESDAYTRIANGLE BOAT CLUB MEMBER MEETING AND SOCIAL: Potluck at 5:30 p.m. at the club in Tav -ares. Call 352-533-8398. THURSDAYLEESBURG SPRING FISH FRY: From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., all you can eat, at the Mote-Mor -ris House, Magnolia St., downtown Leesburg. Cost is $30; $15 for age 13 and younger. Go to www.leeburgpartner ship.com for details. APRIL 4PUBLIC INVITED TO PO-ETRY WEEK RECEPTION WITH VIVIAN SHIPLEY: From 5 to 7 p.m., One Flight Up Cafe in Mount Dora. Poetry Week runs from April 3-6, and in -cludes Poetry Under the Oaks at the W.T. Bland Public Library. For in formation, call Susan Jaillet at 352-383-6391. MOUNT DORA ART LEAGUE HOSTS ANNUAL SPRING ART SHOW: To -day through Sunday, at Donnelly Park in down -town Mount Dora. In -cluded in the show are students from Mount Dora Middle and High School. Hours are from 4 to 6 p.m. April 4, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on April 5 and noon to 4 p.m. on April 6. Admission is free. SUBMITTED PHOTO Margo Slaby was hired as the new operations manager at the Bay Street Players Theater in Eustis in February. She has a B.S. in business management and Internet marketing from Rasmussen College, where she graduated in June 2013. Prior to joining Bay Street Players, Slaby was executive editor of the Bunk Room Magazine, catering to education issues, ideas and advancements. SLABY NEW OPERATIONS MANAGER AT BAY STREET

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C3 MOUNT DORA Rotary celebrates anniversariesOn Rotary Internationals anniversary, Feb. 23, Clayton Bishop, Jr. of Eustis cel ebrated his 57th anniversary of perfect attendance in Rotary Clubs. The Rotary Club of Lake County Golden Triangle with the char tered name, Rotary Club of Eustis, joined Rotary International 91 years ago. Bishop became a member of the Rotary Club in 1957 and is now designated as an Active R-85 member. He has attended numerous international conferences. For information about the Rotary Club of Lake County Golden Triangle, go to www.LakeCountyRotary.Org. Meetings are Tuesdays at 11:45 a.m. at Lake Receptions in Mount Dora.SUMTERVILLE SECO honored by Arbor Day FoundationFor the seventh year in a row, SECO Corpo ration has been recog nized by the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree Line USA utility, a pro gram that promotes the dual goals of delivering safe and reliable elec tricity while maintaining healthy community trees. Utilities must follow industry standards for quality tree care, provide annual training for employees in best treecare practices, sponsor a tree-planting and public education program, maintain a treebased energy conser vation program and participate in an Arbor Day celebration to be eligible for the award. rfff ntbnrf f r r My search for informa tion about the edi tor of an early Lake County magazine yielded some more nuggets over the weekend. Last week I mentioned what little I knew about Antoinette Mullikin, editor of The Sandpiper, rst published July 1, 1928. According to her college annual, Mullikin graduated from the Florida State College for Women in 1922 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. The year book also mentioned to which organizations Mullikin belonged. While checking out the 1924-25 Polk Directory, I learned her mother, Allie S. Mulliken, was a cashier for the Atlantic Coast Line and owned a home at 224 E. Woodward Ave. in Eustis. Her deceased husband went by M.E. Did you notice the spelling discrepancy I found with the last name? Her name in the directory listings was spelled Mulliken, but was listed as Mrs. A.S. Mullikin under the street guide and householders directory por tion of the book. Antoinette had her own listing, and it was also spelled differently: Mulliken, Antoinette. The college yearbook used Millikin. Since she was editor of The Sandpiper and her name was listed there as Mullikin, Im condent that is the correct spelling. I guess I learned a lesson because Ive pretty much relied on the spelling found in the Polk Directory to be correct. My search also yielded another Lake County magazine. At least The Panther called itself a magazine in the dedication on the cover. It also beats The Sandpiper as it was published June 1, 1928, a month before The Sandpipers rst issue. It was dedicated to Virginia Caldwell, the able sponsor of the Panther, in loving appreciation of her unceasing efforts during the past year, and in token of our increasing affection and gratitude, and of the love we have in common for Eustis High School, we dedicate this magazine. So there you have it, The Panther was a magazine. More on The Panther later. I also learned in the Polk Directory that Antoinette Mullikin was a public school teacher and lived with her mother. My guess was she was a high school teacher because of her interest in publishing a magazine. I felt she must have taken some writing or English courses in college. It was veried when I looked at The Panther, a Eustis High School publication of 1928. She was mentioned with the high school faculty, teaching English, civics and geography. She was also doing postgraduate work at Columbia University. Alas, The Panther also spelled her name Mulliken. She was the sponsor or homeroom teacher for the juniors. So, for now, that is what I know about Antoinette Mullikin. I plan to visit the Eustis Memorial Library and the local museum to learn more. In the meantime, lets look at The Panther, which had elements of a high school annual. It was a 12-page magazine printed on slick 11-by14-inch paper and stapled together. And the edition of June 1, 1928 was Volume 1, No. 1. But it was also described as a paper in a blurb about appreciation for the Panther staff. In reading this edition I tend to think The Panther was a one-time publication. At the end of the tribute to the staff was Thus ends the Panthers Tale. Of the staff, all but two were seniors.An appreciation also was written for the editor-in-chief, Mary Daniels, a senior. The associate editor was Jean Hazelton, the society editor was Dorothy Smoak, the sports editor was Bill Curtis, a sophomore, the features editor Marjorie Richardson, Annie Jackson was the other non-senior and a reporter, the circulation manager was Bleeker Bailes and the business manager was Francis Savage. The last two staffers received a special mention in the staff appreciation. We are especially grateful to Francis Savage, our invaluable business manager, without whose excellent ability this Panther would have been an impossibility, and to Bleeker Bailes, whose pep and enthusiasm have aided us so greatly in the circulation of our paper and whose interest has been shown in every phase of the work, praised The Panther. More was written about the publications sponsor, Miss Virginia Caldwell. Caldwell was the Spanish teacher and served as secretary for Professor W.L. Goette, who also was in charge of vocational guidance. She graduated from Winthrop College in 1925 and taught at Ocala High School for a couple of years before heading to Eustis. Eustis was indeed fortunate to secure the services of this optimistic, industrious and conscientious worker, gushed the publication. She has such a pleasing personality, and is such a good sport, that every student considers her to be a true friend. Bailes was mentioned in several categories of the senior class, including wittiest girl, biggest irt (girl), most popular girl, most athletic girl and peppiest girl. For the boys it was Bill Calvin, the most diplomatic boy, the most popular boy, the cutest boy and the peppiest boy. They didnt list the most likely to succeed, but the best students were Fitch Etheridge for the boys and Mary Daniels for the girls. More on The Sandpiper next week, and I welcome information on the magazine or Antoinette Mullikin.Rick Reed is a columnist who lives in Mount Dora. To reach him call (352) 383-1458, or email him at RICOH007@aol.com.Before The Sandpiper came Eustis Highs Panther SUBMITTED PHOTO This postcard from the collection of Clayton Bishop shows Eustis High School, originally located on Orange Avenue. RICK REEDREFLECTIONS SUBMITTED PHOTO Left to right, Melissa Guinta, science fair coordinator, and Amanda Ward, Nick Bentley, Hannah Faircloth, Bob Johnson and Randy Campbell, Umatilla High School Science Fair winners, receive Kiwanis awards of $150 each. Umatilla Middle School Science Fair winners were awarded $75 each from the Kiwanis Club. Coordinators for the group were Jennifer Keller and Emily Logan, and winners were Peyton Turner and Ashleigh Cropp. Bob Johnson was the Science Fair chairman for the Umatilla Kiwanis Club and presented awards to the winners.YOUNG SCIENTISTS RECEIVE SUPPORT FROM UMATILLA KIWANISMy search also yielded another Lake County magazine. At least The Panther called itself a magazine in the dedication on the cover. It also beats The Sandpiper as it was published June 1, 1928, a month before The Sandpipers first issue.

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C5 Psychic Services Pressure Cleaning Restaurants JAMAICAN GEORGECARRIBBEAN & SOUL FOOD RESTAURANT (352) 455-18982502 W. Main St. Leesburg, FL 34748Goat Soup Curry Chicken Curry Goat Ox Tail & More Tile Service Shower Doors Service Tree Service Veterinarian Services Window Services Steve and Brenda Rizer have owned Blinds 4 Less since 2000. The business is still in its original location in Lady Lake. The company focuses on strong customer service and also selling the best brand names in the industry at very competitive prices. Chris Carnes Landscape has been in business since 2005 along with over 30 yrs experience in everything from hardscapes such as patios, retaining walls, to sod repair and installations, to ripout of old landscapes and design. We also can provide maintainence to your newly installed landscape or even mowing maintainence services to even sprinkler repairs. We serve all projects big or small create landscapes one lawn at a time". Mention this bio ad and receive 15 percent off when you call for your estimate on any of our services. Emerson Street Automotive has been family owned and operated for nearly 30 years. Lori and Michael Farfaglia purchased the business from Loris family in 2010. Loris father, Terrill Davis stayed as the onsite manager. Emerson Street is located at 1406 Emerson Street, right next to the Post Office in Leesburg, Florida. We are opened Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30 and Saturday 7:30-3:00. Phone: 352-326-2400. We do all kinds of automotive repair including light body work. We have state of the art diagnostic equipment that takes the guess out of repairing your car. We service all makes and models including SUVs, ATVs, and RVs. To have your Professional Service listed here, please contact Michelle in the Classified Department at (352) 365-8233 or by email michelle.fuller@dailycommercial.com Plumbing Services Tree Service Roofing Services Window Services

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C7 748-7300 Saturday, March 29th 9am 4pmCAPEZIOSHOEREPWILLBEPRESENT! Dance InstructorsAll Current Dance Shoes$10 OFFClearance Dance Shoes$19.95 Starting At And Up 561 SalonMarlenes HairFull Service Salon 352-343-3663 Color, Hair Cut & Conditioner Reg. $7500Now $5500Ladys Hair Cut Reg. $2000Now $1200Call Lilly to schedule one of these specials Affordable ~ Seniors Welcome Ask About Our Permanent Make-Up Specials! Marlenes Dollar StoreSouthridge Plaza www.dailycommercial.comDiversions352-365-8208 features@dailycommercial.com BRIDGE How to play: Fill in the blank squares with the numbers 1 through 9 so that each horizontal row, vertical column and nine-square sub-grid contains no repeated numbers. Puzzles range in difculty from one to six stars. The solution to todays puzzle will be in tomorrows paper.YESTERDAYS SOLUTION Today is Friday, March 28, the 87th day Aof 2014. There are 278 days left in the year. Todays Highlight in History: On March 28, 1939, the Spanish Civil War neared its end as Madrid fell to the forces of Francisco Franco. HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Fri day, March 28, 2014: This year you will be open to a changing situation that could affect your daily life. You feel more in touch with your creativity than you have in a while. Understand what is happening within your immediate circle. If you are single, use caution around any new person who enters your life. He or she could be emo tionally unavailable. Unless you are, too, relating could become stressful at best. If you are attached, the two of you have a way of changing directions when you need to. No matter what age you are, summer triggers even more romance. PISCES makes a great healer for you. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Your intuition might cloud what normally would appear as a straightforward issue. You seem to be picking up the nuances of the situation. Understand what is happening around you, but try not to put yourself in any difcult situations. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You will move forward with clarity and direction. You know what is doable under the present circumstances. Youll want to make a difference where it counts. Recognize what you can do to prevent an escalating, tense situation. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You could be exhausted by the neediness of someone who is close to you. Perhaps it is time for a mini-vacation or a weekend away. Take off as soon as you can you will feel the difference. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Realize what a weekend away could do for you. You might want to mellow out to great music. Others simply might need to nd themselves surrounded by nature. Break away from the status LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You have strong ideas, especially when it comes to maximizing the good times. It appears as though someone close to you also has a great idea, perhaps for tonight. There is no reason to say anything negative; try it this persons way. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You might feel as if you have lost control of a situation and want to regain it. Unfortunately, the best you can do at the moment is to let others do what they need to do. Be direct with a loved one, as you might not understand his or her choices. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) An associate cares far more about a joint effort or project than you realize. This person might not understand what is happening within you, but you both could be developing strong feelings for each other. Stay aware. SCORPIO (Oct. 23Nov. 21) Youll have a better chance of discovering what is happening with a loved one by saying less and not being so stern or withdrawn. You could be taken aback by how much you care about this person. Feelings abound. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) Focus on your domestic life, know what you want and move past a difcult situation. Take it one day at a time and express more enthusiasm for a project than you have in the past. You could be working through a problem without really acknowledging it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) You might consider taking some time off with a friend, close relative or neighbor. Others will seek you out for various reasons, but make a point of scheduling time with a person of importance. Your words will trigger others imaginations. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Your ability to move past what others often resist might need to emerge with a money matter. Youll see this situation as being far more protable than others do. You might choose not to explain what is going on, yet others still will grasp your enthusiasm. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) You could be taken aback by what is happening, as your imagination seems to come up with one creative idea after the other. Realize that you have a lot to accomplish. A child or loved one might become effusive in expressing his or her caring. HOROSCOPES Bigars StarsJACQUELINE BIGAR TODAY IN HISTORYDEAR ABBY: I have been married almost four years. Recently I had some medical problems that were my wake-up call. Im ne now, but I no longer am willing to wait for someday. I decided to try some new hobbies, one of which is skydiving. I had said for years Id never do it because Im afraid of heights. But I have changed my mind, and for me, this is a big deal. When I asked my husband what he thought, his response was, Im not spending the day just to see you jump out of an air plane. Talk about disappointing! I have always gone with the ow when he has wanted to do something. I know he doesnt want to go sky diving, but all I wanted was his support, and maybe someone to take a video or pictures. His response has left me wondering about a lot of things. I have had enough of his negativity. He doesnt do any thing except stay home. I guess I expected him to be excited for me, or to say he didnt want me doing it. The rst is what I would have preferred. Now Im not sure where I go from here. DISAPPOINTED IN SAN DIEGO DEAR DISAPPOINTED: I hope you realize this letter isnt about skydiving, but your husbands refusal to help you celebrate your new lease on life. A successful marriage is one in which a couple ideally grows TOGETHER. If your husband is unwilling or unable to do that, then where you go from here is to rst ask him if hes willing to talk to a marriage counselor with you. If hes not, then schedule some sessions for yourself with a licensed professional and discuss the circumstances that led to your wake-up call. It will help you rational ly and unemotionally decide how best to enjoy this gift of life you have been given. DEAR ABBY: You have addressed cellphone etiquette in your column before, but in this day and age it bears repeating. We attended a meeting for parents and students last night at our childs high school. Inevitably, a cellphone rang, which can happen to anyone. The ring was quickly silenced. A few minutes later, another cellphone started ringing. Rather than mute it, the parent answered it and proceeded to have a conversation during the meeting while a school staff person was mak ing a presentation. It wasnt a long conversation, but it wasnt quiet either. The parent was sitting in the back row he could have easily slipped out to have this important conversation. Thanks for letting me vent. It was extremely annoying and rude. Now I know why his son has no common sense. ANNOYED IN IOWA DEAR ANNOYED: At most events an announcement is made beforehand that cellphones should be turned off. If there is an interruption, an experienced speaker will pause until the inter ruption ceases. From your letter, I assume that isnt what happened last night. Children learn manners and common sense by watching their parents. If consider ation for others isnt modeled for them, they dont learn it.Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.Medical wake-up call prompts questions about life, marriage

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C8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 And much more . 352-728-88001118 S. 14th St. (U.S. 27), Leesburg, FL To See Our Work Visit Us At www.lakesquare.infoFL State Certified 26 SUBMITTED PHOTO Pictured are Lt. Will Jenkins, left, and Lt. Jeff Hurst, Lake County reghters who were promoted to lieutenants in a ceremony with family and ofcials from Lake Countys Public Safety Department, on Feb. 18 at the Lake County Administration Building in Tavares. Lt. Hurst has been with Lake County Public Safety for 15 years. Hursts wife, Kara, did the honors of pinning his badge. Lt. Jenkins has served nine years as a Lake County reghter/paramedic and training ofcer, and surrounded by his parents, his mother pinned his new badge to his uniform. Lake County Public Safety Fire Chief John Jolliff and Assistant Fire Chief Jim Dickerson, along with numerous re and county ofcials, were on hand to elevate the new lieutenants.LAKE FIREFIGHTERS PROMOTED SUBMITTED PHOTO Earnestine Henderson of Oakwood Smokehouse Grill, one of the 14 local restaurants represented at the annual Taste of The Villages, serves up barbecue to the more than 300 guests at the fundraiser on Feb. 5 at the Wildwood Community Center. The event raised more than $30,000 to benet the Lazarus Free Medical Clinic in Wildwood, a program of Catholic Charities of Central Florida.TASTE OF THE VILLAGES RAISES FUNDS FOR CLINIC SUBMITTED PHOTO Air Force Airman Christopher J. Elszasz has graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical tness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Elszasz also earned distinction as an honor graduate. He is the son of Jeffrey Elszasz of Umatilla and Tina Mincy of Eustis, and is a 2005 graduate of Umatilla High School. SUBMITTED PHOTO Air Force Airman Logan A. Chandler recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive eightweek program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical tness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Chandler is the son of Joey Chandler of Lake Panasoffkee and Kim Carey of Bushnell. He is a 2011 graduate of South Sumter High School, in Bushnell.CHANDLER GRADUATES FROM TRAINING AIRMAN ELSZASZ GRADUATES LAKE COUNTY Planned gifts will benefit HospiceTwo area women have designated por tions of their estates to the Central Flor ida hospice agency. Cornerstone Hospice Foundation will receive $92,000 from the es tate of Jane Van Wagner Stoll of Leesburg who passed away last year. The foundation has also received a gift of more than $82,000 from the Delaney Fam ily Trust, established by Maria Delaney who lived in The Villages. Delaney designated Cornerstone Hospice in her estate plan after her husband, Norman, was cared for by the in ter-disciplinary hospice team. For information about Cornerstone Hospice go to www.cor nerstonehospice.org.GROVELAND Animal league receives grantThe South Lake Animal League (SLAL) has received a grant of $500 from the Weidman Family Fund of the Community Foun dation of Broward, us ing the grant to provide food, medical care and shelter to the animals in the Groveland center. Serving Lake and sur rounding counties since 1988, SLAL rescues and nds new homes for dogs and cats that have been abandoned and last year found homes for 700 pets. For information about the South Lake Animal League, go to www.slal.org. SUBMITTED PHOTO D.J. Lynch of Wildwood was spotted recently at the Walgreens in Leesburg wearing a sandwich board advertising the Korean War and Service Veterans group that meets at 2 / p.m., every fourth Wednesday of the month, at the Leesburg Senior Center, 1211 Penn St., in Leesburg.SUPPORTING VETERANS

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D4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 rfntb rfntb r ft rft b b t bfnfrrf nnrrfrnfr rft rrrnn nnfrnrnnn fnb t rfrrfnrnr nfrnnn ffrnnrnn rrfnfrff fnr rfrnr rfrf rnnfntnrnnfn rrrrrfnn rnnf nrt rb bf nnfnnn rnrfnrn rrfrrfnrfft ntb r nt fnbn b t rft rfrnnfrnrft rffrfnf rnrrfrrf nnrn nrnrfnrffn fnfnrrf nrtrfrrfffn fnrfrrfnr frfrnrfnnt nfnrn fnfrrfnrfrrf ffrnnrnnf nfnff rffn t nnfnrn fnfrrfnrfrrf ffrfrf fn t t t t rnfrnnfnf rt nnfnrfrb frrnrfnft nnn nrrnt ntt tr nnr nb fnrfrb frrrff fn n nt r rfnt fn r ft t t tt t rft nffrnr nnnfnr frfnr nnrnnr fnfrrn nrfrfb rnnnrfb rrfr fnrrfrn frfnrf r f r n n f n n n r n n n f t r t r r f n r r r t fnfrrf ffnfrrnr nnrfnrnf ffrrrf rfrt rfrnr nn bft rt rfftt ttn rr nnfrffrtn ntb r rfnt fn r ft t rft nffrnr nnnfnr frfnr nnrnnr fnfrrn nrfrfb b t t t rnnnrfb rrfr fnrrfrn frfnrf r f r n n f n n n r n n n f t r t r r f n r r r t fnfrrf ffnfrrnr nnrfnrnf ffrrrf rfrt rfrnr nn bft rt rfn rfftt ttn rr nnfrffrtn ntb r rfnt fn r ft tt t rft nffrnr nnnfnr frfnr 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n nt n n n f f nrrnnr nnrfrfn nrf rfnn nfn nnt rrfnnnrr rnnr r brrnfnf rrfnnnrt rrfrnfrr rrfffb tnfrfr rrfnnnr rrrnr rnnr r n r n brrfnn nrnrfrrfn nnrrfnr rnrnnr nrnrt n bffrnfn nfrrnnr nnr tr nnrfrfnnnr rfnrnffrt rfnnr rrffftnf nnnnrfn rnft n brnfnr nfnfrfn rnrnfnfnr nrrfttrrf rnnr frnttttnnf nfnnr frrrfn nnnfnt nfnfnrr rnnfnf rnnrnnf rffnnrf rft nffrrfffb rttrn tnf rrfffbrtt rnr rffftfrttft nfnf t n bnnf rrrnfn nrfffnfnbrttnb ttnrnrr nrfrfrrffr rnnnt nnfr rrrnr rrnrrn rnrnfrr fnnrnf nttttffnf rnrnf nnrnrnrnr rffrnfrnt rnnnfnf nfrrrrnnn fb bttfrttfrffnrf rtrft n n n f f b nfnnf nffrrnfnn rrnnfrnt rrrfnrfnr rffrrnrnnnnf nrfrr rrrnn rrnrnfnfnrf r tttn ffrrrnr nnfnnnfr ffrnnrrfr rfnftr tttnffn rnrfn ffrfnnrfr rnfnnnft n f bn rnfn nnfrnrnnrf nrnrnnf ntnff nnfn fffbttnnnn rntnf frfrrn rnfr frr rrrnnt nfrrrrn fnt n f bfnnfffrr ffrrnnf fnrnnr rfrrrnr nftrttt nfrfnfnr nfnnn tttfrf nrnnnn nrnnfft ntttnr fnnrfn nnnrrnrrn rfnnrn rffnrnrnt nfrrrnnnn rrrrffrrn rntnn rfrrfnr nrnfnnrf nrnfnnr 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n n r r f n f r t f r r f n r n n r r n t rn nrfnrrf nnt fttnfnnff ffnrfrnt n n n f n t f n r r r n f r f t nrrnft rnff rr t n n t f t r r f f n n f n n n n n f t t f f n r f t f t t t r n nt t n r t r r n r t n t t r f n n n f n t r r f f r n n t r n n f t n n f t t t n n f r r f r f r n n f n n f t f f t r f r r n r r r f t n r n r f n r t f t r n r f n r f r r n n n t n r f t r f n t n r f n f r f n t n n n r n r t n r f t r rf r n f rfrrnnnrf tffr fffnnft b fnfnnffrf rffrrft frnn nnffnt r f f f t n f n n n r f r n r n n f f r n r r f n n r r r n f n n n r r f r f n f f n r f n f f f r n f t n f n f n n r f n r f r r r r n f f r n f r n f f r f r f n n t n n f n f n f n n f r r r f b r n f f f n f f f r f t r f r f r n t r r n r n f f t n n f n r t r n f r f n r f t r n f r r r f n f t r n r n f r r r f r r b r n r r r r n n r n t n r n r n n n r r f r r r n r f n f n b r n r t r t f b f n r r r n n n r f n r t f f r r f r n f r f n n n r n r n t rn t t n n r n r t t n f t rnfrnrfnn 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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D5 rfntbnrf r f n t b t b b t t n n n t n n f t r t b t t t t b b b t r n n t b b fbt f b n b t b t b n b t f n f fbbbbbb nb f n t t b t r b b n n t t t t b b n n t n t n r n f n f f b b b n n t fb t t r t n b t r fb b n t n t f t b t n n f n r frntf t b n t b b t n n b n t n r b t b n n r n b b n n t t t b n t t b n b n b n n t n t n b t t t n t t f t b n t b n n b t b n n t b t f b b n b f f n n r n b f b b f n n t t t f b f f t b r b n t n n b t t r f f t t t f t f f f n n b b b b nfnf f r n b b t b n b t r n f n n t t t t t t b n t t b t t rn t n nt b f n n f n t f t n r t b t t t n n n f f t n b b t t b b n b t n f n f f t t t b n t b b t ft b b t t t b n b b b f b b t n r b r t t t t b b n b t b b b t b b t b b b t b b t b b b n b n b n b n b t b t b b n n b n b b b t t n t t n n b n f n t f f n b f f b b b n t b n t b n b b n b b n t t f n t n t n t t r b n t t t t r t t f t t b t b f f n t t f t t b t f t t f t t f t t f t t b t t f t t b t t f t t b t t f t t b t f t f t t b t n t f t t b t b t n t t r t n b t n n t b t n f t b t n f t t t b b n b n rnf t t f t fb n n b t n n t r b t b n b t f t t n r n r b t t n n b t b t b b r r b b b b r n b r b b n b t n b r r t n t b b b t r t b b n n n t b b t b r b b b n b t r n b b t b f b f n f f b b b f t b n t f b t t f t b n t ft f t b n t n b f t b n t n r n f b n f f ft b n t frb n t f n r t f f n t nn f n n t n n t f fn n t nn n t t n t bf n n t f n b t t b t b f b t f n r b t f t f t t b t b r n b n b t bf tft tb b t b brn b t n b b ft t n b b n t n t n t t b t b t t t n t b t f t b t f t b t r t b t n t t t b t t n t b b b br b b b b b t f t t t t t f t b t t t n f b t n b r b t n b t n t t b t f t b n t t r t f t r b b t n b b t f t b t t n t b t f b n t r n t t t n t n b t b t t b b b r t b

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D6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 rfntb rfntb bbb n rffff fftb frfnfnfrn rftbb r f f t f t b frt rfbbb r f n b t b b b b frrf frrfrtb fnbf tb f n r f t ft bbb n fff rftb f frtbbb rn frtbb fffr fnfftbb r f n r r n f f f t b ffnfrrff ftbbb fnfn rfrftbb ffrf rttb n rfnf fftb tbb rrfff ff t b b rfrff ftbb n bt bb tb b fnrffnf ffrrrf tbbb frnt ff ftbb frt b ffn rfnrtb frrff fftbb ftb b n r r r r n r f r t n ff tbb fnrrff ftb r ffrr tbbbb rnf rfftbb rff f ftbb nrn rrft bb frn rfnffrf tbbb nfn tbb nf tbb nf tbb rff fnt b nfffn ffrtbbbb frff tbbb ntbb f r ftbb ffb ftbbbb f n ffn rfntbb nfnrfn ftbb tb bb tbbb n r f t b b n f tbb f r r f t b b nf tbrb ntb bb bbr tb f ffff tbbb nff ftbb ffnfrnb rtb ffnffrnr frnft ff ffft f fnn ntbbbb rfffnt b f f n f r f f r f r t b b n f tb ffnf btbb t b b b f r f n f f r f t b ffnn ftb b bbt n rnb tb ff fffrfrfn fnfff tbbb ntbb n n t b b b f fr fftb n tb b rnr rtbbb frfrr tfftbb b frftb bbb fnff bnbt tbr bb frnnff fftb rn tbb r tbb rrfnrf rnfftb bbbb nn f n fbf b fff fff f f b fff tb t t b r t t f t b r t t rffr b b fn nnrfnrf rtbfn fbb nbf nb b b b f r f f r nf fbf b fff fff f f b fff tb t t b r t t f t b r t t rffr b b f f r t f f r f f f n f n f r f r t b f f f r r r f f f b b f f r t b t b b r f r r r b b r f f f r r f f f r f r r f t b b nf fbf f f b f f r f f f r f r f r f r r b r b b r f f f r f f f f r f r r r nf f fnrf rfr ftftff bb b b n f r r f n r f t r t t r b b b b b t b b b f f r r f r f r n b fff fff f f b fff tb t t b r t t f t b r t t rffr bb f frffrn rtbbt ffbb f f f f f f r n n f n r f t b f f r b b r f n f r f f t b b b b f f f b b n b r n r r r t f t b b fb f b fff fff f f b fff tb t t b r t t f t b r t t rffr bb bnn fr r n f n r f n f f t b b r f f t n b b b bfbb frrfn nff fffnrftnb t b b b f f r r f r f r ftf t b b b f f r r f r f r nn n n r n n n n f f f r b n f n r f n r n r f f t n f b b f r f r f f f r n f t n f f r r f b b f r f r nff t b b nnnfb nnb rffr rfnfrfnfn tnntb b b fff fff f f b fff tb t t b r t t f t b r t t rffr bb fnn rnnff rftn tbf bbb n b b n n f f f n r f r n f f t n b b b nr fbbr tnrfrtb frnff bb bfbb frrfn nff fffnrftnb n f bbnnr rftb t n b f r r n f n r f n f f t b b r b b t b b b f f r r f r f r f rfnnn rnrfftbn b bnffn rnbb frtnb b nnb f nn f n n b f t n b b nf fftbn tbb nnnrf frnnf frrftbfff fbb nfrnb rfn frrr fnfrf rr frfff tbnbbb fn bffr rnrrf tnbb bfff n nb tnbb frfb frnfnr ftbb n rfn ffnrrfr rft b nf nfrf ftb nf rftbbb b

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Friday, March 28, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL D7 rfntbnrf rf ntbn rffn tb b br nf r nnbf rnnfb bf nnnnnbn nn bbbn nbr fnnrbb nnb nttt rrbbbnr rbrnbbnn bn rb tbb nbn nn n tb rbnnn bbb nnrtb br nfb bbnr n b n f nnnbf n r n n r r n b r n n f bb nnbbbbnr n nnrnt nbnbttn bnrfnnrb nbn fbnbr fn b b rrnnrf nt nnb nr brn ttb br bnr t bbbbb f n r b r f n n r n r nfb rfb nnbb nnrbr bbf

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OUR NEWEST LOCATION...(Across from Chilis on 441 Leesburg)TAKE HOME WITH YOU OR ASK ABOUT OUR DELIVERY! PROUDLY FEATURING...Gel Memory Foam $ FULL SETS$ $ MAGRUDER: New composite decking is more durable / E2 E1SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 352-365-8203 features@dailycommercial.comReal Estate

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E2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 For the last 20 years, composite deck ing products have grown in populari ty primarily because of their long-term n ished appearance ver sus wood decking, which takes a beating in the weather. Com posite decking is typ ically comprised of wood bers mixed with a base polyeth ylene plastic or PVC base material. The ma terial is then shaped into solid or hollow deck boards about an inch thick. The older generation of composite deck boards had many advantages, including the look and strength; however, it was very susceptible to stains and scratches because of the wood bers in the product. Just imagine, you had a beautiful brown composite deck installed and during your very rst party someone either dragged a chair across the surface, creating a deep scratch, or worse, the night ended with a huge greasy spot on the deck because someone dropped a hamburger. Over the last couple of years, the next generation of composite decking has been developed, which incor porates a hard shell solid cap to seal the strength of the composite substrate while offering superior scratch and stain resistance benets. Trex Company is one of the leading manufactur ers in composite decking and their new line features shell technology, which fully wraps the composite decking. This new line of deck has a 25-year warranty against fade and stain while offering a sur face that is signicantly more resistant to scratches. The new hard shell technology from Trex Company offers another huge benet the look of real wood. Older composite decking offered very little in a natural wood grain look, but the outer shell technology looks like wood that has been stained or painted. The system has opened the doors to new exciting colors. With new hidden fastening systems, an allcapped shell composite deck brings a sleekness and elegance to outside areas, which should last signicantly longer. New railing and lighting systems have been developed that are much easier to install but still offer a look featured at ve-star resorts. Instead of manufacturers offer ing a composite deck board, they have developed complete systems that enhance a back yard lifestyle. Most composite decking still lacks the strength to be used for the structural part of the deck, but the components are designed to mask the treated lumber or steel structural components. The next step in composite deck construction projects is Trex Companys new Elevations structural steel system. The steel structur al system is a truer and provides a more level surface for deck boards versus structural treated lumber, which is subject to crowning and warping issues. If installed correctly, a little soap and water is all that should be needed to keep your new hard shell composite deck looking great for years to come. These new composite decking materials continue the trend in building innovations, which are creating products that appear more realistic, last longer and require less maintenance. The challenge for homeowners is to change old building paradigms of the past, especially in remodeling.Don Magruder is the CEO of Ro-Mac Lumber & Supply, Inc., and he is also the host of the Around the House Radio Show heard every Monday at noon on My790AM WLBE in Leesburg.New composite decking is more durable DON MAGRUDERAROUND THE HOUSE R.C. Stevens Construction awarded contract and continues projectWINTER GAR DEN Winter Gar den-based R.C. Ste vens Construction Co. has been awarded a contract with Nemours Childrens Primary Care-Oviedo, where the construction company will retrot the interior space with addition al square footage. The $600,000 project is ex pected to be complet ed in May. R.C. Stevens is also progressing with work at a major national bev erage bottling facility in Elmsford, N.Y., where the company is engi neering, renovating and replacing under oor process drainage systems at the facility, a $3 million project ex pected to be complete in April. For information about R.C. Stevens Construction Company, 28 S. Main St., in Winter Garden, call 407-299-3800.Crossman appointed to board of trusteesORLANDO John Crossman, president of Crossman & Compa ny, has been appoint ed by Gov. Rick Scott to the Valencia College District Board of Trustees. The board is com posed of citizens who serve without pay and are legally vested with decision-making power in all matters of col lege policy, programs, building, budget and personnel. Crossman has served as a member of the In ternational Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Foundation Board and as the pres ident of NAIOP Central Florida. He suc ceeds Jerry Buchanan and is appointed for a term that began Febru ary 28 and will end May 31, 2017. Crossman & Company was founded in 1990 and is a regional shop ping center brokerage rm that represents over 200 shopping centers. For information, go to www.crossmanco. com or call 407-5816223.Oceans Luxury Realty finds big niche in property managementDAYTONA BEACH SHORES Oceans Luxury Realty, which acquired Exit Realty of Daytona Beach Shores in December, has found a growing niche in property management. Crystal Anderson, president and chief executive ofcer, said Oceans Luxury Real ty has earned 15 new property management assignments since December and the rm is now generating more than $100,000 per week in revenues. Oceans Luxury Realtys property manage ment division specializes in luxury vacation rentals, Anderson said. Stephanie Weaver, as manager of the rms property management division with leasing specialists Anthony Williams, Mark Meller and Anderson, plans to expand the di vision with more leasing agents. For information, call Oceans Luxury Real ty at 888-227-8397 or email oceansluxuryrealty@gmail.com. Emerson International negotiates expansion lease ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Zack Star key, commercial asso ciate at Emerson International, recently negotiated an expan sion lease agreement with the tenant, Flocasts LLC, at its Sanlan do Center on W. State Road 434 in Longwood. Flocasts is an on line sports media out let and publisher covering high school, college and profession al track and eld ath letes, coaches and fans. Flocasts expanded its ofce space to 1,302 square feet at 2180 San lando Center. Call 407-834-9560 for information. Architects named for Banco do Brasil AmericasORLANDO Banco do Brasil Americas has named Rabits & Roma no Architecture, Planning and Design as its architect of record for its rst branch ofce in Orlando. Banco do Brasil plans to open a 4,000-squarefoot branch at 5575 In ternational Dr. by the end of the year. The branch will serve mil lions of Brazilian tour ists as well as a growing Brazilian community in Central Florida. The bank will have two international ATMs where Brazilian customers will be able to access their international accounts instantly. The design and facade of the building will showcase contemporary Brazilian architecture despite facing challenges in building with American ma terials and methods of construction. Main features of the building will include: a stacked roof system, a contemporary arched facade, covered entry portico, curved screen wall and clerestory windows. Go to www.rabitsromano.com for infor mation.NAI Realvest negotiates new lease for CrossFit Gym ORLANDO NAI Re alvest recently negoti ated a lease agreement for a new 6,500-squarefoot CrossFit gym in Unit B of the retail/ex facility located at 511 Brookhaven Dr. near downtown Orlando. The NAI Realvest re tail team of Mitch Heid rich, Kevin OConnor and Matthew Cichoc ki negotiated the lease representing the tenant CFO Partners, Inc., who will operate as CrossFit Orlando, providing ac credited tness training seminars. The tenant outgrew its space at 5134 Adanson St. in Orlando and plans to open the new facility in March. The landlord, Brookhaven/511, LLC, was represented in the transaction by Crossman & Company.PEOPLE, PLACES AND EVENTS

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SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 E3 Hold-Thyssen Real Estate Services, a commercial property rm based in Winter Park with ofces in Tampa and Nashville, Tenn., recently appointed Theresa Margaris as transaction specialist. R. Anthony Fisher, vice president of Hold-Thyssen Real Estate Services, said Margaris earned her B.S. degree in business administration from Southern Illinois University and has more than 12 years of commercial real estate experience. Margaris will be responsible for commercial property transactions in the Tampa Bay region, Fisher said. For information, call Hold-Thyssen Real Estate Services, 407-691-0505.SUBMITTED PHOTOMARGARIS APPOINTED TRANSACTION SPECIALIST JEFF COLLINSThe Orange County RegisterWith two daughters and a baby on the way, Carlos and Cinthya Ji jon decided last year to buy a house for about the same monthly cost as a bigger apartment. But they couldnt nd a home. Supply was tight. And investors armed with stfuls of cash outbid them every time. Today, however, the Jijons are unpacking, settling into a one-sto ry house in Buena Park, Calif. The auto parts deliveryman and the nurse made the tran sition from renters to rst-time homebuyers. The market is tough for rst-timers such as the Jijons. Statistics show that number of rst-time buyers is falling. A California Association of Realtors survey showed, for example, that about half as many rst-timers bought houses in 2013 as in 2009. But the Jijons per severed, taking an eight-hour homebuy ing course, learning about cash assistance programs, and get ting loads of practical advice. They beat the odds. With the spring Buying a home: 5 tips for first timers PAUL RODRIGUEZ / MCT Carlos Jijon, right, and his wife Cinthya pose for a photo with their three children: Emmanuel, 15 months, Natalie, 14, and Danica, 5. The couple recently bought this home in Buena Park, Calif. SEE TIPS | E4

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E4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, March 26, 2014 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, March 28, 2014 GRAND OPENINGLet us make your kitchen everything it can be and more! 771 E Hwy 50 Clermont, FL 34711352-602-1197www.clermontcabinetstore.com LISA A. FLAMAssociated PressWalls can get dirty before you know it from a splatter of spa ghetti dinner to the cr ayon artistry of a roaming toddler to n gers simply reaching for a light switch. I ts easy to pass by walls and woodwork every day without a second glance, but spring-cleaning season is a great time to give them the attention they deserve. Like many house keeping tasks, regular cleaning can help av oid bigger cleanup work later on. It doesnt have to be as difcult of a job as it sounds, said Amy Panos, senior editor at Better Homes and Gar dens. The easier you can make it on yourself, the more likely you are to do it.DIRT AND SCUFFSWalls tend to get dirti est around light switch es and door knobs. Even if a hand looks clean, it still has a lit tle dirt and oils that o ver time build up and eventually make that area of the wall dirty, Panos said. Walls also get marked up from accidental kicks or the brush of a bag near the base boards. Parents know ho w toddlers hands often nd their way to walls, either with lthy ngers or with crayons or markers. These ngerprints and other blemishes are best tackled right away. The sooner you can get to a mark that is noticeable, the easier it will be to clean, said Sharon Grech, a color and design expert for Benjamin Moore. People are wary of cleaning or washing painted surfaces be cause they fear the pro cess will remove the paint. B ut Grech said the technology has im proved over the last de cade, and paints now ar e more stain-resis tant and durable for cleaning. S till, its important to use the right products. To remove everyday marks, Grech suggest ed using a clean cellu lose sponge with a little war m water. Just give it a good rub, she said. Wait for it to dry and see if its clean. If the dirt is still ev ident, repeat the process using a dab of dish deter gent and wipe the area dry with a clean sponge, rag or paper towel. Warm water does miracles with a sponge, Grech said. You want to avoid us ing regular household cleaners that have am monia and other products in them because they can change the sheen of the paint. Panos likes the ease of a foam eraser pad, like Mr. Clean Magic Eras er, though be sure to test it rst in an incon spicuous area to make sur e it wont remove the color or nish. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is approved by the manu facturer for use on most paints including at and semi-gloss paint. Theyre quite incred ible, Panos said. They take car e of a lot. Dont forget doorways and trim, often coated in easy-to-wipe paints but in light colors like white and cream that make marks especial ly visible. Cleaning those ar eas can instant ly make the room seem br ighter. It really glistens, Grech said. Its like putting on a nice lip gloss.DUST AND COBWEBSWhile most people know to take care of an unsightly mark, many overlook cleaning the whole wall, Panos said. Once you have a fresh coat of paint, lightly dust the walls about ev ery three months. You dont need to get a bucket and soap and sponge and completely wash down the walls, she said. Make it easy on yourself by getting a tool with an extension pole so that you can stand on the ground and take care of the job in just a few minutes rather than having to drag out a ladder. Clean the ceiling rst, with a dust-attracting microber mop on the extension pole for smooth ceilings, or a slightly damp paint r oller on the pole for a popcorn ceiling, she said. The walls can be cleaned from top to bottom with the mop (dry or slightly damp), and the baseboards hand-cleaned with a microber cloth. Keeping the envi ronment as dust-free as possible is helpful for a good interior air quali ty, Panos said. G rech recommends regular cleaning where dusts collects, such as on baseboards, and on window ledges, where it can mix with mois ture and turn into a mess While cleaning the walls wont prolong the paint job, she said, it will help keep them looking their best. You want to clean the areas that are get ting a little bit more abused to keep it fr esh, she said.Tips for keeping walls and woodwork clean KATE MATHIS / APThis 2012 photo shows Better Homes & Gardens Senior Editor, Amy Panos, in Saratoga Springs, New York. Like many housekeeping tasks, regular cleaning can help avoid bigger cleanup work later on.homebuying season now in full swing (M arch through June are the years four bus iest months), here are 10 tips for rst-time homebuyers: 1) D etermine what you can afford. The rst step is to meet with a lender, review your nances and nd out ho w much you can af ford to spend on a home and ho w much you have for your down payment. Experts warn also not to shop for the most expensive home you qualify for, unless you truly can live with the payment that comes with it. 2) T ake a class, read a book. One of the most common mistakes nov ices make, according to for mer loan proces sor and author Carolyn W arren, is to blab to an agent that this is their rst time and that they really need his or her guidance. Its like wear ing a sign: Charge me m ore. 3) S hop for a mort gage. Dont use whatever lender your agent r ecommends without doing some indepen dent shopping. Another classic mis take: calling 10 lenders and asking for their inter est rates. A lend er cant be held to those quotes so its just go ing to lead you to the smoothest-talking liar , Warren said. Its better to look up mortgage rates online, then call three or four lenders and mortgage brokers and ask them for a written list show ing their fees. The lowest rate is no good if youre paying too much in fees, War ren said. 4) Check for down-payment assis tance. Before you shop, check to see if y ou qualify for one of the down-payment assis tance programs. Dont assume your income is too high, said Karla Lopez del Rio of NeighborWorks Or ange County, a housing assistance agency ap proved by the Depart ment of Housing and U rban Development. 5) G et pre-approved. Getting a lender to pre-approve a loan be fore you shop can make y our offers more at tractive, while avoiding deals falling apart be cause loans dont get ap proved during escrow. G et all the docu mentation youll need for the loan pr ocess W2s, tax returns, pay stubs, bank account statements. Find out from your lender exact ly what youll need. And go to Annual CreditReport.com to get y our free credit re ports from all three major credit agencies. Experts recommend you contact T ransUnion, Equifax or Experian and pay $8 to $10 to get your credit score as well. (You dont have to subscribe to their monthly monitoring or other services.) tipsTIPS FROM PAGE E E 3 PP AUL ROD r R IGUEZ / m M CTWith his 15-month-old son Emmanuel watching, Carlos Jijon works to move things out of the garage and into his familys recently-purchased home in Buena Park, Calif.