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Ca ll 352-253-5100 fo r a c omplimen tar y Lu nch & To ur License # AL12259 NEW GENERATION EMERGING AT BRITISH OPEN, SPORTS B1 GAZA STRIP: As Israeli airstrikes continue, Palestinian civilians have nowhere to run A6 BUST: Sumter ofcers nd marijuana eld in forest A3 LEESBURG, FLORIDA Thursday, July 17, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com Vol. 138 No. 198 5 sections INDEX CLASSIFIED B8 COMICS E4 CROSSWORDS B8 DIVERSIONS E5 LEGALS B8 BUSINESS A8 NATION A4 OBITUARIES A4 SPORTS B1 VOICES A11 WORLD A6 TODAYS WEATHER Detailed forecast on page A12. 90 / 73 Couple of thunderstorms 50 Clearing the air BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL The Lyn Terrace Apartment complex in Eustis is seen on Friday. AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writer austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com C elicia Mejias, the community man ager for the Villas of Mount Dora, said some of her residents have stopped smoking and others have cut back since the community joined a handful of oth ers in Lake County that now have smoke-free policies. Considering the kind of community we have ... its really helped out as far as with a lot of my residents that have re spiratory problems, COPD, things like that, she said. The Villas of Mount Dora, along with Leesburgs Pepper Tree and Lake Region Homes, Eustis Lyn Terrace Apartments and The Iron Block and Clermonts Hunters Trace Properties, all have smoke-free policies, according to a press release from the Florida Department of Health in Lake County. Across the state, there are more than 500 smoke-free multiunit housing properties and 73,000 smoke-free units, Paul Butler, the health departments public in formation ofcer, said in the release. For property managers and landlords, smoke-free policies can have economic benets, he said. Mejias said the 70-unit Villas of Mount Dora started the policy after seeing its sister prop erty, the Villas at Vero THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writer theresacampbell@dailycommercial.com Leesburg leaders have agreed to pay $130,000 for 16 acres of mostly wetlands to be annexed to the Leesburg Inter national Airport that may become part of the citys future seaplane ramp, yet one city com missioner was not hap py with the deal because the acreage was up for sale last November for only $35,000. Commissioner Bill Polk said Monday night that he believes the price of the vacant land owned by Sofran Leesburg, Ltd. was too high. Located at the south end of College Drive, behind Lowes, the northern part of the property is dry land while the southern edge fronts on Lake Harris and the western side ad joins the airport. I dont understand why we are not able to make an offer on this property and if they dont take the offer, then leave it alone. There is nobody else in Lees burg that will buy it. It has been for sale for ever, said Polk. One week it was $35,000 and now that we say we want it, its $135,000. Something is not right with that deal. According to city doc uments, the land was appraised in February for $135,000 by Walter Price of Price Appraisal Group of Tavares, while MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com When 51-year-old Eddie Ratliff received a call Monday from his 42-year-old sister, Shannon Rat liff, that she was being beaten by her live-in boyfriend, he rushed to her Hibiscus Court home in Tavares to help. A 911 call by his sister, Dee Rat liff, described the scene in front of the home with Eddie, his mother Mavis and Shannons boyfriend, James Earl Jones. He jumped on her, hes got my mom and my brother out there hes ghting all of them! accord ing to a call made Dee made to a 911 dispatcher. When Tavares police reached the duplex, they found Jones out front holding an aluminum baseball bat with blood splotches on his shirt PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CITY OF EUSTIS The oldest commercial building still standing in Eustis, the Iron Block has commercial space on the bottom oor and residential on the upper oors. It is a smoke-free building. JIM TURNER The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE The states larg est teachers union led a legal challenge Wednesday contesting how lawmakers log rolled a series of edu cation issues includ ing an expansion of a controversial school vouchers program into a single bill that passed in the waning hours of the 2014 legis lative session. The Florida Edu cation Association, a longtime opponent of voucher programs, led a complaint in the 2nd Judicial Circuit in Leon County that chal lenges the constitution ality of how legislators patched together legis lation into a wide-rang ing education bill (SB 850). The voucher ex pansion had appeared dead in the Senate until getting approved in the broader bill. This was a sneaky way for the legislative leaders to enact measures that had already failed, said union Vice President Joanne McCall. Its an outrage that the corporate voucher expansion was tacked on to an unrelated bill and slipped into law on the sessions nal day. The lawsuit, which is led under the name of East Lee County High School social studies teacher Tom Faasse, was quickly criticized as shameful and a new low by the Foun dation for Excellence in Education, which was founded by former Gov. Jeb Bush. As a society, we must work to unlock educa tion opportunities for students who need them the most. Senate Bill 850 will help chil dren with Downs syn drome, autism and other developmental disabilities have great er choices and the critical support nec essary for successful education outcomes, foundation Chief Ex ecutive Ofcer Patri cia Levesque said in a prepared statement. There are those who believe families should have options and trust parents in those AP FILE PHOTO Democrats meet in the back of the Florida House before the start of a debate on a school voucher bill. Teachers union challenges voucher bill SEE LAWSUIT | A2 TAVARES Third baseball bat beating victim dies Several communities in Lake County adopt smoke-free policies LEESBURG After $95K markup, airport land buy worries city commissioner SEE LAND | A2 SEE SMOKING | A2 SEE BEATING | A2

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A2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 HOW TO REACH US JULY 16 CASH 3 ............................................... 5-8-0 Afternoon .......................................... 1-7-0 PLAY 4 ............................................. 4-0-3-0 Afternoon ....................................... 6-6-5-8 FLORIDA LOTTERY JULY 15 FANTASY 5 ........................... 3-12-15-18-26 MEGA MONEY .................... 11-29-34-3717 MEGA MILLIONS .................. 2-4-17-36-405 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 Saturday 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 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Email submissions to letters@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. CALENDAR Email upcoming events to pam.fennimore@dailycommercial.com. decisions for their kids. And sad ly there are those who nd educa tional choices threatening to their political power. Incoming Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando, also criticized the lawsuit in a separate statement, saying, It is unfortunate the hardearned money our teachers con tribute to the FEA is now being spent to fund litigation designed to limit educational opportunities for children across our state. McCall said after a news confer ence that the union had been work ing towards the lawsuit since the bill was approved May 2 by the Leg islature. She added that the lawsuit is unrelated to the unions endorse ment of former Gov. Charlie Crist in this years gubernatorial race. Republican Gov. Rick Scott signed the bill into law June 20. Among other things, the law makes chang es in middle-school and career ed ucation, along with continuing ef forts to reduce hazing and prevent dropouts. The House initially approved the bill 115-1 on April 30. But lawmak ers broke along mostly party lines in the House and Senate as a 140page amendment was approved on the nal day of session. The amendment included changes to the Tax Credit Scholar ship vouchers program and creat ed personal learning scholarship accounts that are aimed at helping parents of students with disabilities pay for educational services. The Florida Education Associa tion is seeking a quick decision in the lawsuit as the personal learn ing scholarship accounts are being introduced this week. Union attorney Ron Meyer said lawmakers log rolled several pieces of unrelated legislation, loosely tied to education, into a single package, which is prohibited the Florida Constitution. The constitution requires each law to embrace a single subject that is briey expressed in the title. Log rolling has always hap pened, and I guess unless someone says you have to follow the consti tution, people will continue to go forward not following the constitu tion, Meyer said. The Tax Credit Scholarship Pro gram provides tax credits to compa nies that donate money to nonprof it entities that then pay for children to go to private schools. Changes to the program were a major priority for House Speaker Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel. Under the new law, a family of four earning up to $62,010 a year will be eligible for at least a partial scholarship, a nearly $20,000 boost from the current $43,568 annual in come limit. The value of each indi vidual scholarship also will rise. LAWSUIT FROM PAGE A1 in November 2013, it was listed for $35,000 for the purpose of trying to sell it at an auction. No sale occurred. We say that we want to use it for future de velopment of the air port. It is wetlands, Polk said. Were buy ing property that is no good. If we only need a little sliver of it, then lets just buy a little sliv er. Dont buy the whole thing. Three and half acres of what they call good land comes out to $29,000 an acre off the main road property that is over-priced. Lets leave it alone. Commissioner David Knowles said when Wi paire came to the air port, a deal was made by the city to build a sea plane ramp. This is part of what we need for the seaplane ramp, Knowles said. FAA is not going to let us block the runway to the seaplane ramp, so we have got to put it some place and this is part of the property that we can use. It has some value there. Knowles said he didnt want to drag out negoti ations for months to try to get a different price. I dont want to get into six months of negotia tions and have Wipaire come back to us and say, Leesburg (was) not real ly sincere in trying to get us to locate here; they jerked us around for six months for a piece of property, Knowles said, noting the company has to have a seaplane ramp. The city was awarded a grant with the FDOT for the acquisition of this land, where 80 percent ($104,000) will come from FDOT and the air port would be expect ed to pay 20 percent ($26,000). Airport Man ager Leo Treggi said in a memo that the funds are available from Air port Reserves for Capi tal Improvements. The commission previous ly approved this grant in December 2013 for up to $150,000. City Manager Al Min ner estimated that a quarter-acre to a halfacre would be need ed for the ramp, and he tried getting the sellers real estate agent to sell a smaller amount of land. His response to me was that if we purchased that we were going to pay a premium price for it, for just a portion of it, so it didnt sound like the owner was interested in just selling a portion, Minner said. The city manager noted that he under stood Polks frustration. Its a classic exam ple of why the govern ment is not like a busi ness, and I hate that clich, because when government gets associ ated with something, the prices goes up, Minner said. I agree with Mr. Polk and I think that the city was taken advantage of a little bit, and I think the numbers did go up. Minner said the city looked at other areas for the seaplane ramp on the south side, but these areas would have needed additional work, amounting to up to $400,000 in wetlands mitigation, compared to $150,000 to $200,000 on what would need to be done on the north side property that is for sale. I dont think any body on the commis sion wants to spend taxpayer money unrea sonably, Minner said, noting the city only has to pay 20 percent of the cost since the rest comes from grant from the FAA through the FDOT, which was fund ed by aviation to make improvements at gen eral and commercial airports. I think that makes it easier to swallow the pill of where this money is coming from, Minner said. When you put all of those things together, I do see how important it is to have the seaplane ramp for economic de velopment purposes. Commissioner Elise Dennison wanted to hear from Realtor Jim Miller, the property own ers agent who was in the audience, about the property and the differ ent prices for the land. A couple of years ago, (former city man ager) Jay Evans assured me that he would not ever be interested in that land, Miller said, noting the seller suggested the idea of auctioning the property. Miller said he advised his seller: Put a ridic ulously low price on it, well get more than one bidder, and well have an auction. An Ocala man showed a lot of interest in the land and the auc tion never took place. He is very interest ed in buying it, and we avoided (the auction) when Lego Treggi (air port manager) called me and I got a hold of my seller, and said that the city really wants this, Miller said. We were going to sell it whole sale at an auction and I said, they will pay retail. They wont pay more than retail, but they will pay retail. LAND FROM PAGE A1 Beach, doing well with a smoke-free rule. She said residents cannot smoke in their units or patios, but can smoke in a desig nated area, and that there has been a really good re sponse to the policy. Charlotte Rodas, the property manager of Lyn Terrace Apartments, said residents there can smoke outside and in patios, but cannot smoke inside the apartments. She said it is harder to rent out apart ments that people have smoked in because of the odor. The length of time it takes for us and the ex tra cleaning that has to be done is beyond be lief, Rodas said. Some times it takes months to be able to get that smell out so that you can re-rent the apartment. So its de nitely an advantage to not have them smoking in the apartment, as a business. Rodas said that clean ing includes carpet treat ments, washing the walls and painting the ceilings. She has not had anyone turn away from the prop erty because of the policy and said most people are for it. Tracy Wade, the owner of Hunters Trace Rentals, said she has 60 units through out Clermont, includ ing apartments, duplexes and houses. Wade said she started the policy about three years ago and resi dents can smoke outside, but not in the building. Tenants that were smokers prior to that (the policy), we do request them to smoke outside and not in the building because of the residue effect that it has on the building, Wade said. The walls, the A/C systems. She said the policy has reduced wear and tear on the paint and on the air conditioning. Its worked out well and I think it just gives every body a little cleaner envi ronment to live in, Wade said. Since more than 80 per cent of Floridians are non-smokers, many prop erties have successfully marketed their smoke-free policy as an amenity, not a restriction, according to Butler. The Iron Block start ed its smoke free policy on March 1, 2013, prop erty manager Kace Mont gomery said in the press release. Since then, the old ten ants have adjusted with out complaint and the new tenants appreciate that the apartments are smoke free, Montgomery said in the release. Having a 100 percent smoking-free poli cy has not hurt my ability to lease out my apartments, if anything, it has made them more attractive. SMOKING FROM PAGE A1 and Eddie and Mavis on the ground with severe head wounds, apparently inict ed by the bat. Ofcers discovered Shan non bludgeoned to death in the living room of the 905 Hibiscus Court home. Mavis, 66, died later Mon day at a hospital. Eddie, a Tavares city san itation worker, died 3 p.m. Wednesday at Ocala Re gional Medical Center. He did everything he could to keep the family to gether, said John Thomas Swiney of New Life Church in Tavares, the familys longtime pastor, who was with Ratliffs family members at his bedside when he died. According to an investi gative report, when police confronted Jones in front of the home, the suspect dropped the bat and ran off. Jones later was found dead, oating in Lake Dora. Of cials believe he drowned himself, but said they are still waiting on autopsy re sults to conrm it. Counseling has been of fered to co-workers and oth er city ofcials who knew Eddie, who has worked for the city for 20 years. We have a very tight department and we want to show our full support, city spokeswoman Joyce Ross said. Swiney, who was on Rat liffs garbage route, said he expects a funeral service for the Ratliff family members sometime next week. Ross said Wednesday that detectives were still trying to determine what exact ly led to the Monday after noon attack. The investi gative report adds Jones father, Albert Jones, de scribed his son as a schizo phrenic and off his medica tion. Albert told the media Tuesday that his son came home last week from an other stay at LifeStream. The father said his son went there again on Mon day and was not readmit ted, although the staff did change his medication. Chris Lang, who lives next to the duplex, said Jones had just moved in to the home and the couple fre quently argued. Howev er, Ross said the only con tact police had with Jones at the home was in December when he was held under the Baker Act and described as incoherent. Swiney added a Rat liff Family Benet Account has been set up for dona tions at United Southern Bank branches across Lake County 1746111. BEATING FROM PAGE A1 Associated Press ST. PAUL, Minn. A former U.S. Navy SEAL testied Wednesday that he saw mil itary sniper Chris Kyle punch former Min nesota Gov. Jesse Ventura in a bar in 2006, providing the most complete account yet backing the version told by Kyle in his best-selling autobiography. Jeremiah Dinnell testied in federal court as part of Venturas defamation law suit against the estate of the former SEAL and American Sniper author, who was killed in Texas last year. Dinnell, who served in the SEALs for a decade before leaving last year, said he saw Kyle strike Ventura with his right hand at a California bar after Ventura said the SEALs deserve to lose a few. Dinnell said he watched Ventura fall and get up again. In his 2012 book, Kyle wrote that he punched a man he called Scruff Face. Kyle later identied the man as Ventura, who is also a former SEAL. Ventura says he never said SEALs de served to die and alleges Kyle never hit him. Ex-SEAL testifies that he saw Ventura punched

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com CLERMONT Gas leak capped off on State Road 50 A stretch of State Road 50 in Clermont re-opened Wednesday af ternoon after a reported gas leak was capped off. According to Clermont ofcials, the gas leak was reported just before noon, underground near the side walk in the 400 block of SR 50. No buildings were evacuated but area trafc was rerouted, Assistant Fire Chief Kathy Johnston said. The citys re department, as well as Lake Apopka Natural Gas, re sponded to the leak. The stretch of road was re-opened about 1:10 p.m. TAVARES Animal Services to take part in Community Carnival Lake County Animal Services is taking part in an adoption event at the Hurricane Dockside Grill Community Carnival, held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at 3351 W. Burleigh Blvd. The family-friendly event will fea ture Animal Services dogs on-site, available for on-the-spot adoptions, along with a childrens carnival, games and a 4-on-4 volleyball tour nament at the restaurants water front beach. Proceeds from the tour nament, which has a $10 entry fee, will benet the American Cancer Society and the Golden Triangle YMCA. For information about Hurricane Dockside Grill, go to www.hurri canedocksidegrill.com, and for in formation about Lake County Animal Services or to make a dona tion to the shelter, go to www.lake county.gov/adopt, or visit the shel ter at 28123 County Road 561, or call 352-343-9688. THE VILLAGES Habitat for Humanity to host grand opening ceremony Habitat for Humanity has moved its corporate ofce space to a new location at Spanish Springs in The Villages and will host a grand open ing and ribbon cutting for the public from 3 to 5 p.m., on Wednesday. The new ofce space is at 900 Main St., Suite 200 on the second oor next to the tness center. For information about the event or to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, call 352-352-483-0434, ext. 119 or email carlos@habitatls. org. State & Region NEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 T he Daily Commercial is looking for writers, photographers and part-time copy editors who want to contribute to this award-winning publication. Writers and photographers will cover sports, news or lifestyle events on an as-needed basis. Those interested in writing must be able to drive to assign ments, write smoothly and quickly and le their articles on deadline. Photographers must be equipped with digital cameras and have the ability to transmit their photos by computer. Copy editors must have strong word skills, be technically procient and have the ability to work under deadlines. Famil iarity with InDesign is a must. We strongly prefer applicants who have experience in the publishing eld. If youre interested in being part of our team, please send a brief cover letter, resume and samples of your work to Executive Editor Tom McNiff at tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com Want to work for us? Staff and Wire Report An Astatula business man has pleaded guilty to a $44 million bank fraud conspiracy. Pedro Pete Benevides, 45, pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to com mit bank fraud. He faces a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison. According to a fed eral indictment, from about 2005 through about September 2008, Benevides ob tained 20 loans and lines of credit worth $44 million from sev eral federally insured insti tutions. He reportedly sub mitted documents to those institutions that allegedly contained materially false and fraudulent information. Other docu ments included false and forged tax re turn documents, statements from nancial institutions, bank statements and ofcial checks, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement stated in a press release. Benevides also included false or forged correspon dence from a title and es crow company detailing funds that did not exist. He then used the loans to pay off earlier loans he had taken out, pay his business expenses ASTATULA Fraud plea could net 30 years in prison BENEVIDES SEE FRAUD | A4 CAREERSOURCE CENTRAL FLORIDA HOSTS A JOB FAIR IN LEESBURG PHOTOS BY BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Auther Oliver, center, a retired Marine, talks with John Knop, a 40-year-old store manager with Ro-mac, during the second annual Paychecks for Patriots job fair at the National Guard Armory on Wednesday. Employers speak with job seekers during the job fair. Representatives from the Florida Department of Corrections talk with job seekers. SCOTT CALLAHAN | News Editor scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com The body of Lady Lake plastic surgeon Todd Ginestra, reported missing Wednesday morning, has been recovered from the water off of Fort Is land Gulf Beach in Citrus County, the sheriffs ofce re ports. Foul play is not suspected and the nal cause of death will be de termined by the Medical Examin ers Ofce, the sheriffs ofce re ported on its Facebook page. Its not clear what Ginestra was doing in Citrus County, but LADY LAKE Doctor found dead at Citrus County beach GINESTRA SEE DOCTOR | A4 AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writer austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com The Eustis re departments rating by the Insurance Ser vices Ofce has improved from a class three to a class two, and this could mean lower insurance rates for property owners. ISO, which tracks property and casualty insurance risk, looks at and rates a communitys ability to handle res, according to the web site www.insurancequotes.com. Many insurers factor that in formation into the formulas they use to come up with your home insurance premium, the web site states. The thinking behind using ISO ratings is this: The bet ter equipped a community is to ght res, the less likely it is that homes and businesses in your EUSTIS Improved fire score could save residents money SEE INSURANCE | A4 MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writer millardives@dailycommercial.com Bad weather and biting bugs couldnt stop two Sum ter County wildlife ofcers from determining who plant ed a marijuana eld in the Withlacoochee State Forest. According to Fish and Wild life Conservation Commis sion, Ofcer Ian Sweet was on patrol in the Richloam Wildlife Management Area of the forest when he spotted an elaborate marijuana grow site complete with a handdug well for watering. Richloam covers Sumter, as well as Hernando, Pasco and Lake counties, and is one of seven large tracts of land that make up the Withlacoochee State Forest. In an effort to catch the grower, Sweet and fellow FWC ofcer David Straub conducted surveillance on the site in covert positions, spending about 100 hours and a number of days, endur ing tremendous rain storms, as well as horric amounts of biting insects to catch their culprit. FWC spokesman Greg Workman said on July 9 the two ofcers nally observed a man, later identied as 51-year-old Kenneth Wayne Wilson, dropping off two ve-gallon buckets with new Marijuana field found in Sumter state forest MILLARD K. IVES / DAILY COMMERCIAL Fish and Wildlife Conservation ofcer Ian Sweet kneels in a marijuana eld he discovered while on patrol in the Withlacoochee State Forest area of Sumter County. SEE FIELD | A4

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A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 it was reported he was last seen wearing white swim trunks, a dry-t shirt and sandals. His vehicle was found nearby, the sheriffs ofce reports. Fort Island Gulf Beach in Crystal River is popular for swimming and pier shing. There is also a boat ramp and dock there. Marine units, a dive team and an aviation unit took part in the search. Ginestra, 48, did most of his plastic surgery proce dures at the Mesos Cosmet ic Surgery Center and Laser Center at 757 County Road 466. He also had an ofce at 255 Citrus Tower Blvd., Suite 207, in Clermont. He received his medi cal degree in 1992 from the University of Illinois and was initially licensed by the State of Florida in 2011. IN MEMORY OBITUARIES Gwendolyn Drawdy Gwendolyn Kirkley Drawdy, 71 of Weirsdale, passed away Friday July 11, 2014 at Spartanburg Regional Medical Cen ter in Spartanburg, SC. A native of Lyons Coun ty Georgia, she was the daughter of the late Theo L. and Doshia Os cilla Atkins Kirkley and the wife of Donnell Drawdy. Survivors in addition to her husband include two sons, Rob ert Shepherd and Rich ard Wayne Shepherd; two daughters, Doshia Eloise Wilson and Tina Kay Shepherd; one brother Franklin Kirk ley; three sisters, Be atrice Taylor, Josephine Tyson, Jean Strickland and eight grandchil dren. The family will re ceive friends 10:00 AM 11:00 AM Friday July 18, 2014 at Lone Oak Cemetery, Leesburg Florida, in the mauso leum chapel prior to the 11:00 AM Funeral Ser vice, also in the mau soleum chapel. Burial will follow the service, in Lone Oak Cemetery, Leesburg, Florida. www. fresthillsfuneralhome. net. Forest Hills Funer al Home, Woodruff, SC. Tommie Lee Jordan Sr. Tommie Lee Jordan Sr, 75, of Leesburg, FL, was born October 11, 1938 in Moultrie GA. He peacefully transi tioned to be with the Lord on July 8, 2014. A Celebration of Life will be held 11:00A.M., Sat urday, July 19, 2014, at St. Paul AME Church, 110 S. Lake Street, Lees burg, FL, Rev. Ter rell Blair, Pastor, Rev. Tom mie L. Jordan, Jr., Of ciating. Public view ing will be conducted from 9:00am, until fu neral time. Final In terment will be in the Oak Hill Cemetery, Cl ermont, FL. Arrange ments entrusted to Rocker-Cusack Mortu ary, Leesburg, FL. www. rockercusackmortuary. com Rev. Dr. Christine S. Long Rev. Dr. Christine S. Long, 87 of Orlan do. Entered into, eter nal rest on July 7, 2014. Celebration of Life Sat urday, July 19, 2014 at 11am, The Life Cen ter 63 East Kennedy Blvd. Ea tonville, Florida. Viewing and Visitation Friday, July 18, 2014 5-8pm. Way of Life Ministries, 638 North Pine Hills Road. Family and friends may sign the guest book at www.hayesbrosfuner als.com. Hayes Bros. Funeral Home, Al tamonte Spring Chapel 407-645-4633. DEATH NOTICES Alexander Bauerle Alexander Bauerle, 85, of Leesburg, died Sunday, July 13, 2014. Becker Funeral Home, Clermont. JORDAN LONG FRAUD FROM PAGE A3 and fund living expens es for his family. That life style included three pric ey cars registered to one of his companies, including a $430,000 Lamborghini Murcielago and a $207,000 Audi R8, federal investiga tors said. Benevides also was or dered to forfeit $40 million in cash and the cars. DOCTOR FROM PAGE A3 INSURANCE FROM PAGE A3 area will sustain major re damage. Fire Chief Rex Winn said the department was previously rated about eight years ago and since then has seen improve ments in training, dis patch and in the water system with new wells, pumps allowing for bet ter pressure and better placement of hydrants. The guys are very big on the training, they be lieve in it, he said. Property insurance premiums are calculated by insurance companies with the classications, according to a press re lease from the city. Winn said it was also a matter of pride for the department. Its a pride thing for them to be able to say that theyre in that cat egory of the 750 depart ments throughout the U.S. that have this rat ing, Winn said. He said the whole de partment is, proud of their department and what we do and how quick we get on res and how quick we can get them knocked down. Winn said 40 percent of the score comes from the water department, including where hy drants are located, pres sure and water ow for downtown buildings and how hydrants are test ed. He said 10 percent comes from dispatch. The other 50 percent comes from the re de partment, Winn said, and includes training, amount of time and people required on a re scene, how many trucks go to a scene, the re inspection bureau and how often they have in spections, having a lad der truck, if they have a reserve engine, the right equipment on trucks, and if the department teaches kids and home owners re safety. Eustis scored 89.54 and the highest class two score is 89.99, which means the department was about a half point from a class one rank ing, according to the press release and Winn. What a city does is provide service and we want to make sure were providing the best pos sible service to our citi zens, Acting City Man ager Dianne Kramer said. This is an objec tive measure of the kind of service we provide in the re department and this is all without hav ing increased our bud get. Were still doing it with very limited rev enues, but were mak ing the most of taxpay er dollars. APRIL WARREN Halifax Media Group Fourteen members of the re gions legal community in cluding Summereld attorney William M. Gladson have submitted applications to the 5th Circuit Judicial Nomination Commission. The applicants are all vying for the opportunity to ll the va cancy left by Judge Brian Lam bert, who was appointed to the appellate bench by Gov. Rick Scott in late May. The commission will inter view all qualied applications on Aug. 8 and then send a short list for consideration to the gov ernor, who will ultimately select a new judge. Scott has 60 days from the time he receives the list to de cide. The 5th Judicial Circuit in cludes Lake, Sumter, Marion, Citrus and Hernando counties. When a circuit vacancy oc curs, it is possible for oth er circuit judges to request a transfer, creating an opening in another area of the circuit that would be lled by the new judge. That did not happen with the current vacancy, ac cording to Chief Circuit Judge Don Briggs, and therefore the new judge will remain in Mar ion County. Circuit judges have jurisdiction in all ve counties, however. Gladson is a former division chief with the 5th Circuits State Attorneys Ofce On Tuesday, 5th Circuit Judi cial Nomination Commission chair Derek Schroth saw a ur ry of application activity in the nal hours. I expected more applicants. However, those who applied are quite qualied, and the com mission looks forward to inter viewing each candidate on Aug. 8, Schroth said. Summerfield attorney wants to serve on 5th Judicial Circuit Staff Report Retired insurance salesman Howard Siler Jr., of Clermont, whose earlier work as the orig inal coach of the Jamai can bobsled team in spired the movie Cool Runnings, was bur ied with military hon ors Monday at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell. The 69-year-old Siler died July 8 at his home. Howard was the original coach of the Jamaican Bobsled Team, and John Can dy played Siler in the Disney movie Cool Runnings, the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Federa tion stated on its Face book page. He (Siler) was a nine-time mem ber of the USA National Bobsled Team, a threetime Olympian and a Team USA coach. We send our deep est condolenc es to the Cler mont family during this dif cult time. The Becker Funeral Home in Minneola said Siler was born June 18, 1945, in Newport News, Va., son of Doris M. Siler and Howard B. Siler Sr. He served in the U.S. Air Force and received the Airmans Medal. He had been a resi dent of Clermont since 1998. Surviving him are his wife, Debra Shea Siler, whom he married in May 1997; three daugh ters, Lisa (Pat) Smith, Audra (David Elkins) Claypool and Christi na (Cory) White; and six grandchildren, Ty ler, Morgan, Adrian na, Hunter, Alex and Chase; and several nieces and nephews. Coach who inspired Cool Runnings buried at Florida National Cemetery SILER BUSHNELL smaller starter plants at the site. Workman said the ofcers wanted to get more evidence on Wilson before ar resting him. The ofcers wanted to actually wit ness him cultivating and taking care of the grow site, said Workman. They werent fearful of him not coming back as he had a substantial investment in the site. The following morning, July 10, Workman said Wilson returned to the site on his bicycle to tend and cultivate the plants at which time Sweet and Straub confronted him. The ofcers seized 39 marijuana plants from the site and arrested Wil son on charges of cultivation and dam age to public property. Wilson, of Web ster, remained in the Sumter County Jail Wednesday in lieu of $5,500 bail. FIELD FROM PAGE A3 Staff Report One online fund raising effort is under way for the family of an 8-year-old Mount Dora boy who drowned Monday in South Caro lina. Gavin Quance was found unconscious oating in a family pool in Bluffton, the police department there is reporting. The childs mother, Aman da, called 911 and began per forming CPR un til paramedics ar rived. Gavin was transported to Coastal Carolina Hos pital in Hardeville, S.C., where he was pro nounced dead, the po lice department stated in a press release. The boy knew how to swim and was alone in the pool at the time, Bluff ton police Maj. Joseph Manning told the Island Packet news paper in Hilton Head. The youngster played baseball for the Mount Dora Babe Ruth league, where his father, Jim, was a coach. Gavin re portedly attended Round Lake Elemen tary School in Mount Dora and had a young er brother. An online fundrais er Tuesday on gofund me.com, with a goal of generating $20,000, had collected $15,375 to date. A prayer vigil was held at 6 p.m. Wednes day at St. Edwards Epis copal Church. MOUNT DORA People reach out to drowning victims family QUANCE Associated Press ORLANDO Security work ers at Orlando Internation al Airport are being shown the District of Columbia drivers li cense after one agents apparent confusion over its validity. Cox Media Group television reporter Justin Gray was head ing back to his Washington home Saturday when he says a Transportation Security Ad ministration agent didnt rec ognize his license and asked for a passport, which Gray wasnt carrying. The reporter says that after further back-and-forth, he realized the agent was not aware what the District of Co lumbia was. Gray eventually made it through security and voiced his complaints to a supervisor and then the rest of the world via Twitter. He says Washington is a bizarre place but a passport isnt needed. WFTV reports that all Orlando TSA agents are being shown cop ies of the D.C. drivers license. Reporters reminder to TSA: DC is part of US The applicants are all vying for the opportunity to fill the vacancy left by Judge Brian Lambert, who was appointed to the appellate bench by Gov. Rick Scott.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A5 JULIE PACE and JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG Associated Press WASHINGTON Struggling to defuse the persistent crisis in Ukraine, both the U.S. and European Union imposed new econom ic sanctions on Russia Wednesday, with Pres ident Barack Obama declaring that Russian leaders must see that their actions support ing rebels have conse quences. Though the Amer ican and European sanctions were coor dinated, they nonethe less exposed ssures in what the West has tried to project as a united front in its monthslong effort to isolate Rus sian President Vladi mir Putin. Putin, sounding un perturbed, said the U.S. was only hurting itself. The penalties an nounced by the White House were broad in scope, targeting two major Russian ener gy rms, a pair of pow erful nancial institu tions, eight arms rms and four individu als. Leaders in Europe, which has a far deep er economic relation ship with Russia than the U.S., were more re strained, ordering in vestment and devel opment banks on the continent to suspend nancing agreements with Moscow. In a decision that could affect Russian oligarchs or members of the Kremlin inner circle, the EU leaders also asked their foreign ministers to consid er targeting people or companies involved in the unrest in Ukraine. Even the U.S. pen alties stopped short of the most stringent actions the West has threatened, which would entail fully cut ting off key sectors of Russias economy. But ofcials said those steps were still on the table if Russia fails to abide by the Wests de mands to stop support for pro-Russian insur gents who have desta bilized swaths of east ern Ukraine. What we are ex pecting is that the Rus sian leadership will see once again that its ac tions in Ukraine have consequences, includ ing a weakening Rus sian economy and in creasing diplomatic isolation, Obama said as he announced the U.S. penalties from the White House. Publicly undismayed, Putin said the new sanctions run counter to U.S. national inter ests because they put American companies that want to operate in Russia at a competitive disadvantage. At a news conference in Brazil, Putin said They are undermining the positions of their energy companies. He said, They made one mistake, and now they insist on making an other one. Until now, the U.S. and Europe have lim ited their sanctions on Europe to travel bans and asset freezes aimed at individuals and en tities, including some with close ties to Putin. DONNA CASSATA Associated Press WASHINGTON Senate Democrats suf fered what looked like a difcult setback on birth control Wednes day, but they hope it pays big political divi dends in November. Republicans blocked a bill that was designed to override a Supreme Court ruling and ensure access to contracep tion for women who get their health insurance from companies with religious objections. The vote was 56-43 to move ahead on the leg islation dubbed the Not My Boss Business Act by proponents four short of the 60 nec essary to proceed. But Democrats hope the issue has enough life to energize female voters in the fall, when Republicans are threat ening to take control of the Senate. GOP senators said Wednesdays vote was simply a stunt, political messaging designed to boost vulnerable Dem ocratic incumbents. The GOP needs to gain six seats to seize con trol. Democrats are just trying to win an elec tion, Sen. Lamar Al exander, R-Tenn., said bluntly. But Senate Majori ty Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said the Repub licans were the ones out of touch with real ity. He promised that Democrats would con tinue to press the issue. Women have proven crucial in electing President Barack Obama and members of his party. And Democrats desperately need a strong turnout as they defend 21 Senate seats to the GOPs 15, many in Republican-leaning states where Obamas abysmal approval ratings are a likely drag. Last month, the Su preme Court ruled 5-4 that requiring close ly held companies to pay for various forms of womens contraception to which they object vi olates the corporations religious freedom. The decision marked the rst time the high court had declared that busi nesses can hold reli gious views under fed eral law. Five men on the Supreme Court rolled back the clock on wom en in America, said Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash. A Senate veteran the four-term Murray and an incumbent locked in a tight race Colorados Mark Udall joined forces in push ing the legislation that would have reversed the courts decision by providing access to contraception through insurance plans at busi nesses that object on re ligious grounds. Republicans assert ed that the government must accommodate the deeply held religious beliefs of Americans, including the owners of Hobby Lobby, the Okla homa-based chain of arts and craft stores that challenged the contra ceptives provision in the law. ANDREW TAYLOR Associated Press WASHINGTON If theres anything that can unite Democrats and Republicans in the partisan swamp of Cap itol Hill, its free money. The latest example of free money in Washing ton is a retread proposal called pension smooth ing that raises mon ey but doesnt increase anyones taxes. To some peoples way of think ing, thats a win-win sit uation. But others say lose-lose is more like it, arguing that its budget fakery at its worst and that it could undermine pension security for mil lions of workers. Lawmakers reprised the pension provision Tuesday to help nd money for a govern ment fund that nanc es highway construc tion projects, with both Democrats and Repub licans getting into the act. The highway bill passed by a sweeping 367-55 vote. Heres how it works: The pension measure would allow companies to reduce the amount that they contribute to their pension funds now and make up for it lat er. Since pension contri butions are tax deduct ible, companies would owe more tax revenue in the next few years as more of their earnings are taxed. But in the lat er years, they would be able to claim higher de ductions from larger contributions to their pension funds. Over time, the pension measure doesnt raise revenue. But over the next 10 years the time frame used to estimate the cost of legislation it does. This has budget ex perts crying foul. Just as using the pension changes as a pain less budget offset is backed by both liberals and conservatives, think tanks from the left, right and political middle all oppose it as a gimmick. And they warn it could cost taxpayers in the long run because tax payers could be on the hook if an insured pen sion plan cant meet its obligations and has to turn to the govern ments Pension Benet Guaranty Corp. for help. LINDA DEUTSCH AP Special Correspondent LOS ANGELES A federal judge ruled Cal ifornias death pen alty unconstitutional Wednesday, writing that lengthy and unpredict able delays have resulted in an arbitrary and un fair capital punishment system. The decision by U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney represents a legal victory for those who want to abolish the death penalty in Califor nia and follows a simi lar ruling that has sus pended executions in the state for eight years. Carney, in a case brought by a death row inmate against the war den of San Quentin state prison, called the death penalty an emp ty promise that violates the Eighth Amendments protection against cru el and unusual punish ment. Inordinate and unpredictable delay has resulted in a death penalty system in which very few of the hundreds of individuals sentenced to death have been, or even will be, executed by the State, wrote Carney, a George W. Bush appointee. He noted that death penalty appeals can last decades and, as a re sult, most condemned inmates are likely to die of natural causes before their executions are car ried out. Carney also wrote that since the current death penalty system was adopted by Califor nia voters 35 years ago, more than 900 people have been sentenced to death, but only 13 have been executed. As for the random few for whom execu tion does become a re ality, they will have lan guished for so long on Death Row that their execution will serve no retributive or deterrent purpose and will be arbi trary, the judge stated. Gil Garcetti, a former Los Angeles County dis trict attorney who has be come an anti-death-pen alty activist, called the ruling truly historic. It further proves that the death penalty is bro ken beyond repair, he said, calling for capi tal punishment to be re placed with life in prison without the possibility of parole. Carneys ruling came in a legal petition brought by Ernest De wayne Jones, sentenced to die in 1994 after be ing convicted of murder ing and raping his girl friends mother. Jones remains on death row with com plete uncertainty as to when, or even whether, his execution will come, the judge wrote, adding, Mr. Jones is not alone. Carneys ruling could be appealed by the gov ernor or state attorney general, who both op pose the death penalty. For now, Jones will likely remain on death row. Judge rules Californias death penalty unconstitutional Dems see gains with women in birth control loss J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE / AP Women activists representing the National Womens Law Center, left, and Planned Parenthood, right, stand outside the Senate chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday. Bogus cash pays for roads AP FILE PHOTO Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., attends a hearing on Capitol Hill. US, Europe escalate Russian economic sanctions CHARLES DHARAPAK / AP President Barack Obama speaks at the White House.

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A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 CITY OF TA VA RES NO TICE OF ELECTIONNo vember 4, 2014 The Ta va res Municipal Election will be held on Tu esday November 4, 2014 for the purpose of electing three non-partisan Councilmembers. The positions are for Seat One, Sea t Th re e, and Seat Four for the two year term 2014-2016. An elector may qualify and run for only one (1) seat. All candidates must qualify for election by August 15, 2014. Registration of elec tors of the City of Ta va res who have registered on or prior to October 6, 2014 at 5:00 p. m. will be processed for voting at the City Election to be held on the 4th day of No vember 2014. For further information and/or to obtain a Candidate for Ofce packet containing all documents needed for qualication, please contact the City Clerk, Ta va res City Hall, 201 E. Main Street, (352) 253-4546.D004182-July 17, 2014 MAN HA TT AN. r f nt b KARIN LAUB and IBRAHIM BARZAK Associated Press GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip The text message was as urgent as it was unwel come: The Israeli army ad vised Mouin Ghafr to leave his home quickly or risk be ing killed in airstrikes against Hamas rocket squads. He swiftly sent his wife and 11 children to a dirty U.N. emergency shelter, with more than 40 people crammed in each classroom, but had to endure a night under bom bardment at home after fail ing to nd a safe place for his ailing 75-year-old mother. Such is the life-and-death predicament of tens of thou sands of Gazans being told by Israel to ee targeted ar eas, most with nowhere to go. U.N. shelters lack the space, and relatives, with their own overcrowded homes, often cannot help. Israel says urging residents to evacuate with warn ings delivered through au tomated calls, text messag es and leaets dropped from planes is part of the mili tarys attempt to spare civil ians whenever possible. It holds Hamas responsi ble for the ordeal of Gazas 1.7 million people, saying Hamas ghters re rockets toward Is rael from residential areas, ef fectively using civilians as hu man shields. However, rights groups say simply sending warnings does not absolve Israel of re sponsibility and that those being urged to evacuate need somewhere to go. In Ghafrs case, there was no way he could move his mother, Fawziyeh, after receiv ing the armys text message late Tuesday. The elderly wom an, aficted by diabetes, high blood pressure and inconti nence, needs constant care, he said. Conditions were chaot ic in the U.N. girls school in a safer area where his wife Mona and their 11 children immedi ately sought refuge. But it was no place for his mother. Instead, he moved her into the living room of the familys home in the Shijaiyah neigh borhood in eastern Gaza City, one of three areas Israel said it would target. Mother and son kept low to the ground, away from the windows. I didnt sleep the entire night from the sound of the bomb ings, said 48-year-old Ghafr. The walls were shaking and there was a crack in the wall. He said the blasts shattered several windows in the house. On Wednesday morning, Ghafr moved his mother to his sister Leilas apartment in an area deemed somewhat safer. But Leila, 65, had no room for the rest of his family, he said, noting that she lives in a one-bedroom apartment with her husband and four other family members. After getting his mother out of Shijaiyah, where airstrikes continued Wednesday, Ghaf r joined his wife and chil dren at the U.N. school. The classroom where his fami ly slept the night before on a bare oor was lled with noisy children, but Ghafr said he preferred the crowded conditions to being at home. Here, we are surrounded by people, he said. We get the feeling we are all together. Ghafrs story highlights the hard choices Gazans face in this war. The Israeli army did not say how many homes it sent the warnings to, but the three ar eas the town of Beit Lahiya and the sprawling Gaza City neighborhoods of Zeitoun and Shijaiyah have a com bined population of well over 300,000 people. Thats far more than can be accommodated in U.N. schools, which cannot shel ter more than 35,000. Cur rently, some 21,000 Gazans are crammed into 24 U.N. schools, said Sami Mshasha, a spokesman for the U.N. aid agency. Moving in with relatives is not an option for most. While familial bonds tend to be strong in Gazas traditional so ciety, families are large and with a severe housing short age homes are crowded. Danger lurks not only in the areas the Israeli military says it will hit. Since the start of cross-border ghting on July 8, Israel has carried out close to 1,900 airstrikes across Gaza. Israel says it is targeting Hamas installations to try to halt Hamas rocket re on Is rael, but more than half of the over 200 Palestinians killed so far have been civilians, ac cording to U.N. gures. Sarit Michaeli of the Israeli human rights group BTselem said more is required under international humanitarian law. The army also needs to make sure the civilian pop ulation can act on the warn ings, she said. At the same time, those r ing rockets show utter disre gard for the lives of Israeli ci vilians, but also the lives of Palestinians in the neighbor hoods they are ring from, she said. Yet residents in the target ed areas seem unwilling to blame Hamas. Hassanain, a long-time supporter of Hamas political rival Fatah, said he cheers on the rocket squads. For me, its personal, he said. Every rocket avenges the daily terror that my fam ily has been living through since 2000 when they (Israe li troops) started using tanks for shelling. Rockets now are our last symbol of dignity. Nowhere to go for Gaza civilians told to evacuate LEFTERIS PITARAKIS / AP A woman cries as Palestinians ee their homes in the Shajaiyeh neighborhood of Gaza City, after Israel had airdropped leaets warning people to leave the area on Wednesday. Associated Press DALLAS United Airlines is defending the poisoning of birds at Houstons biggest air port, saying it was for safety reasons. But the airline said Wednesday that it didnt tell its contractor how to control the bird popu lation, and will ask that other methods be con sidered next time. The contractor laid out corn kernels laced with a bird-killing nerve agent at Bush Intercon tinental Airport. Peo ple who work around the airport reported seeing grackles and pi geons fall to the ground. Bait manufacturer Avit rol Corp. says a lethal dosage usually causes death within an hour. Airports commonly take steps to shoo away birds, which can be sucked into jet engines. In 2009, a US Airways pilot leaving New Yorks LaGuardia Airport safe ly ditched his plane into the Hudson River after hitting a ock. KEN THOMAS Associated Press WASHINGTON Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren told a group of young Dem ocrats Wednesday that the political system was rigged by powerful lob byists and the wealthy and made an impas sioned case for reduc ing burdensome student loans. Vice President Joe Biden said he had been on the front lines of de bates over income in equality, climate change and gay marriage. Ive been at the cen ter of most progressive battles for a long, long time, Biden said, in a lengthy speech to Gener ation Progress. He heard shouts of We love Joe, as he exited the stage. Hillary Rodham Clin ton remains the domi nant gure in Democrats early 2016 discussions but she is beginning to get elbowed by liberals in her party as she con siders a second run for the presidency. Potential 2016 rivals like Biden, Warren and Maryland Gov. Martin OMalley are in the middle of a sum mertime tour of Dem ocratic constituencies, frequently appealing to liberal activists who want a more populist ap proach to the economy and question the deport ing of an inux of immi grant children from Cen tral America. Clinton dominates early 2016 polls and may avoid a signicant pri mary challenge if she runs for president. Biden has kept all options open, Warren has repeated ly denied interest, while OMalley promotes his record in Maryland as a model in the party and is actively exploring a cam paign. But the jousting shows an inteest in an al ternative, and prepara tions in the event Clinton doesnt run. Ongoing current events give her potential opponents an opportu nity to position them selves in contrast to her, said Democratic strate gist Tom McMahon. Biden, who will ad dress the liberal Net roots Nation confer ence in Detroit later this week along with Warren, noted his role as a lead ing advocate for Pres ident Barack Obamas agenda in a wide-rang ing speech that touched upon issues like domes tic violence, voting rights and the problems of cor rosive politics. Biden said hes often referred to as middle class Joe, telling the stu dents that the economic bargain of years past had been broken and need ed to be restored. Folks in the middle, they need to be cut into the deal, not cut out, Biden said. The folks at the bottom need to know that they have the chance to climb the ladder. United defends bird kill Liberals assessing 2016 race FRANK FRANKLIN II / AP Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton reacts to host Jon Stewart during a taping of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, in New York.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A7 Frank Jolley: Sports editor Alabama Crimson Tide fan.Ye ars of playing basketball, baseball and other sports has taken a toll on Frank s knees but not on his spirit. The passion for sports still bur ns brightly in this veteran sports jour nalist. Frank understands that sports is about mor e than entertainment. It s about shaping young people, building character teaching life lessons. It s why Frank loves covering sports as much now as he did playing them as a youngster People like Frank deliver mor e than the news to Lake and Sumter counties. They deliver commitment to our young people. A Halif ax Media Group Compan y Nobody deliverslike we do. Electric Razor Repair ClinicWe dnesday July 23r d We dnesday Aug ust 6th JIM GOMEZ and OLIVER TEVES Associated Press MANILA, Philippines A typhoon blew out of the northern Phil ippines on Wednes day after causing at least 20 deaths, knock ing out power in en tire provinces, damag ing two parked jetliners and forcing nearly half a million people to ee from its lethal wind and rains, ofcials said. The eye of Typhoon Rammasun made a late shift away from Manila, but its peak winds of 93 miles per hour and gusts up to 115 mph forced down trees and elec tric posts and ripped off roofs across the capital of 12 million people that largely shut down ahead of the deluge. Although Rammasun packed far less power than Typhoon Haiyan, haunting memories of last years horric storm devastation prompted many villagers to rap idly move to safety at the prodding of author ities. Of the half a mil lion people affected by Rammasun, more than 423,000 ed to emergen cy shelters, according to the National Disas ter Risk Reduction and Management Council. Ofcials reported at least 20 deaths, mostly people pinned by fall ing trees and electrical posts. PETER LEONARD Associated Press KIEV, Ukraine In surgents bade tearful farewells Wednesday as they loaded their fami lies onto Russia-bound buses and began hun kering down for what could be the next phase in Ukraines conict: bloody urban warfare. While the pro-Rus sian rebels in the east have lost much ground in recent weeks and were driven from their strong hold of Slovyansk, many have regrouped in Do netsk, an industrial city that had a population of 1 million before tens of thousands by some es timates ed in recent weeks for fear of a gov ernment siege. The reb els also hold the city of Luhansk. Despite the govern ments desire to mini mize civilian casualties, Ukraines forces could nd themselves dragged into grueling warfare in side the cities in their battle to hold the coun try together. To respond to this phase ... we evident ly must change tactics, said Valeriy Chaly, depu ty head of the presiden tial administration. He refrained from specify ing how. Insurgents in Donetsk appeared be bracing for a bitter ght as they shipped their relatives out of the city. One ghter, who de clined to give his name, told The Associated Press that not having his wife and young daughter with him would free him to concentrate on the bat tles ahead. It is easier for us this way. It is easier to ght. Your soul is not ripped into two, because when theyre here, you think about war and about your family if they are OK or not, he said. When you know that they are safe, it is easier to go to ght. In other develop ments: The U.S. imposed new sanctions on Rus sias lucrative energy and defense sectors, as well as certain banks. The penalties signi cantly expand on pre vious American sanc tions, which were limited to Russian indi viduals and companies. The 28-nation Eu ropean Union lead ers was expected to de cide Wednesday night whether to toughen its own punitive measures against Russia, which is accused of fomenting the unrest in Ukraine by supplying the sepa ratists with ghters and heavy weapons. Mos cow denies the allega tion. We need to send a very clear message with clear actions, British Prime Minister David Cameron said. The Pentagon said Russia is building up its forces along the Ukraine border again, with 12,000 troops massed there, reecting a steady increase in recent weeks. ZEINA KARAM Associated Press BEIRUT In a lavish ceremo ny, a smiling and condent Presi dent Bashar Assad was sworn in for a third seven-year term on Wednesday, praising his supporters for defeating the dirty war and denouncing insur gents who have failed in trying to brainwash you or break your will. As he declared victory, the West ern-backed push to topple him or reach a political deal seem increas ingly elusive. And while new conicts in the region have grabbed attention, Syrias 3-year-old civil war is grind ing on without reprieve, with 170,000 dead and a third of the country dis placed. While combat continues along all major front line towns and cities across the country opposition ac tivists say more than 400 people have been killed in the past three days alone much of the ghting has now shifted. Rebels once focused on Assads forces are now simultaneously ght ing increasingly belligerent jihad is seeking to expand a cross-border efdom they carved out with neigh boring Iraq. The stunning takeover by militants of the Islamic State group of large ar eas of northern and eastern Syria and parts of neighboring Iraq has created a new adversary for the West one that threatens their national security far more than Assad ever did. No longer the focus of attention, Assads forces continue to steadily advance against rebels in key areas, most recently in Aleppo, Syrias larg est city and a much coveted prize for both sides of the conict. Urban warfare feared in Ukraine fighting SERGEI CHUZAVKOV / AP Volunteers take an oath of allegiance to Ukraine before being sent to the eastern part of county to join the ranks of special battalion Azov in Kiev, Ukraine on Wednesday. Syrias Assad declares victory as he starts third term as president Assad declares victo ry as Western-backed push to topple him seems increasingly elusive Typhoon kills 20 in Philippines but Manila largely spared AARON FAVILA / AP Residents wade through oods in Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines on Wednesday.

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A8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 CURRENCIES Dollar vs. Exchange Pvs Rate Day Yen 101.71 101.71 Euro $1.3523 $1.3568 Pound $1.7135 $1.7146 Swiss franc 0.8987 0.8959 Canadian dollar 1.0746 1.0760 Mexican peso 12.9209 12.9574 Business austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8263 DOW JONES 17,138.20 + 77.52 NASDAQ 4,425.97 + 9.58 S&P 500 1,981.57 + 8.29 GOLD 1,299.80 + 2.70 SILVER 20.80 + 0.03 CRUDE OIL 101.20 + 1.24 T-NOTE 10-year 2.54 0.01 www.dailycommercial.com BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Workers build the 1,702-square-foot Krystal store at 815 N. 14th Street in Leesburg on Tuesday. KRYSTAL COMING ALONG AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writer austin.fuller@dailycommercial.com Two new restaurants have recently opened at the Lake Square Mall. Patsys Steaks-N-Hoagies opened on July 1, owner Mi chael Johnston said. Ive taken a Philadelphia sandwich shop and opened it in Florida, he said. It replaced Burgers, Fries & Dogs after its lease ran out, Mall General Manager Jennifer Glide well said of the 630-square-foot location. Johnston, who grew up in Philadelphia and has previous experience owning bars and a sub shop in Florida, said he gets his rolls ash frozen and shipped from Amorosos Baking Company in Philadelphia. He also uses real rib eye steak. If you go up and get a chees esteak in Philly, its on an Amo roso roll, Johnston said. Patsys, which is named af ter Johnstons mother, has three employees and also serves Na thans hot dogs, burgers and other items, Johnston said. They are open during mall hours and will start delivering toward the end of September or early October, he added. Stephanie Timmerman, a Umatilla resident who was at the mall with her family on Tuesday, had a steak sandwich from Pat sys. She said it was really good and noted the soft bread. She also said it was better than the previous shops sandwich and the meat is fresher. Another new place to eat, Boba Galaxy, opened at the mall last Friday, according to Andy Truong, who owns the store with his wife, An Nguyen, who runs it. Truong said Boba Galaxy serves smoothies that have bo bas in them, which are chewy tapioca balls. They also offer popping pearls, which are balls that burst with liquid avors. He said they have a smooth ie store with this concept in the West Oaks Mall in Ocoee, which they opened a year ago and has been successful. They also sell cold subs and are looking to add one or two employees, Truong said. Glidewell said she has had a mango smoothie with strawber ry popping pearls in it from the new smoothie place. Its just a burst of intense a vor, she said. And theyre so good, so refreshing. Boba Galaxy is in a 604-squarefoot space near Books-A-Mil lion, Glidewell said. We needed I think some type of food vendor down in that lo cation. Its a long way to the food court from there, she said. A Dunkin Donuts and Cuba Pichys Cuisine have also both recently opened at the mall, and Ichiban Buffet opened on a mall out-parcel this year. We have some great food es tablishments now here in the mall, Glidewell said. LEESBURG Sandwich shop, smoothie store open at Lake Square Mall RYAN NAKASHIMA MAE ANDERSON AP Business WritersAP Business Writers NEW YORK In a move that aims to counter con solidation among TV dis tributors, Rupert Mur dochs Fox has made an unsolicited takeover offer for rival media giant Time Warner for about $76 bil lion in cash and stock. Time Warner rejected the bid, which amounted to about $86.30 per share, but an analyst called it just a rst attempt in a court ship that would make the combined company as large as Disney in market value. The rejected cash-andstock offer comes on the heels of cable giant Com cast Corp.s proposed $45 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc., which was made in February. It also comes after AT&T Inc. announced in May it agreed to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion. Both deals, if approved by regulators, would help shift the balance of pow er in content negotiations to distributors because of their larger subscriber bas es, which could help con tain rising programming costs for things like sports channels. After certain di vestitures, Comcast could end up serving 30 million video customers, while AT&T would serve about 26 million. A big merger among content owners would tilt the balance back toward the media companies. You can get more mon ey negotiating together than you would separate ly, Janney analyst Tony Wible said. Its a chain re action. There will be more consolidation on the con tent side in response to consolidation from cable and satellite companies. Time Warner Inc., which owns the Warner Bros. movie studio and TV chan nels such as TNT, TBS and HBO, said Wednesday that it had no interest in fur ther discussions and that it could create more value on its own. Twenty-First Century Fox Inc., which owns the 20th Century Fox movie studio, Fox broadcast net work, and TV channels Fox News and FX, said it made the bid last month, but said no discussions were currently ongoing. In a video posted on its website, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said the com panys own business plan was superior to any pro posal that Fox is in a posi tion to offer. The compa ny also expressed concerns that Fox offered only non-voting stock, some thing that wouldnt give its shareholders a voice in the merged company. Still, Time Warners stock jumped 17 percent to $83.25 on the news Wednesday, and sever al analysts said that in an environment with cheap access to credit, Murdoch could easily push the bid above $100 per share and still make the deal work. Its the opening salvo, Wible said. It underap preciates the value of Time Warner. MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON The economy kept expanding in all regions of the coun try in June and early July, helped by strength in con sumer spending, a Feder al Reserve survey released Wednesday indicates. All 12 of the Feds regions reported growth with ve New York, Chicago, Min neapolis, Dallas and San Francisco characterizing growth as moderate while the others reported mod est growth. Boston and Richmond reported that growth came in at a slightly slower pace than the previ ous reporting period. The Feds survey, known as the Beige Book, will be used by central bank of cials when they next meet July 29-30 to review inter est rate policies. Analysts expect that the Fed will decide to keep its short-term interest rate at a record low near zero and authorize another reduc tion in its bond purchas es aimed at keeping longterm interest rates low. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who spent two days delivering the Feds policy report to Congress, emphasized that despite recent sizable gains in em ployment, the central bank is in no rush to withdraw the support it is providing to the economy. ALEX VEIGA Associated Press U.S. homebuilders con dence in the housing mar ket surged this month to the highest level since January, reecting a pickup in sales of new homes and height ened expectations for sales the second half of the year. The brighter sales outlook suggests home construc tion could pick up in com ing months after a sluggish start this year. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment in dex released Wednesday rose this month to 53, up four points from a revised reading of 49 in June. Readings above 50 in dicate more builders view sales conditions as good. The latest reading is the rst above 50 since January, when it was 56. Builders view of current sales conditions for sin gle-family homes, their out look for sales over the next six months and trafc by prospective buyers each in creased since June. New home sales jumped 18.6 percent in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 504,000, the highest level in six years. That fol lowed a 3.7 percent increase in April. The gains came af ter declines in February and March. ALEX VEIGA Associated Press Major stock indexes rebounded Wednesday, nishing higher for the third time in four days and lifting the Dow Jones industrial average to its second record close this month. Investors had lots of news to consider, includ ing encouraging corpo rate earnings from Intel, a higher prot forecast from hospital opera tor HCA Holdings and a pickup in homebuild ers condence about the housing market. Trading action ap peared to get the biggest jolt from the latest batch of corporate deal news. Investors drove up shares in Time War ner 17 percent on news that Twenty-First Centu ry Fox made a takeover bid for the media giant. Other deals involving Apple and IBM as well as slot machine maker In ternational Game Tech nology also helped lift the market. Its a continuation of what weve really been seeing this year, and its almost a record amount of (mergers and acquisi tions) going on, said Da vid Chalupnik, head of equities at Nuveen Asset Management. Weve seen some pret ty good earnings reports across different sectors, said Dave Roda, with Wells Fargo Private Bank. Rejected Fox bid for Time Warner shows growth mood AP FILE PHOTO News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch speaks in Boston. Dow hits new record as earnings soar Fed survey sees improved economy Homebuilder confidence up as sales outlook improves AP FILE PHOTO Cranes ll the skyline at the Brickell CityCentre construction site located in the center of the Brickell nancial district in downtown Miami.

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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 Struggling with mobileGoogles latest quarterly earnings should provide insight into the companys efforts to focus on the mobile market. The Internet giant has been struggling to adjust its ad sales strategy as more people shift from desktop and laptop computers to using smartphones and tablets. The upheaval is lowering Googles ad rates, as marketers have been unwilling to pay as much for ads on smaller devices. Google reports second-quarter earnings today.Residential constructionThe Commerce Department reports data today on the number of homes that builders broke ground on in June. The pace of U.S home construction slipped 6.5 percent in May from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.01 million homes. New home sales jumped 18.6 percent in May, and that gain may begin to show up in the construction figures for June.Playtime woes?Wall Street anticipates Mattels second-quarter earnings fell from a year ago. The largest U.S. toy maker, due to report financial results today, is coming off an unexpected first-quarter loss due to weak sales of Barbie toys and increased markdowns on inventory left over from the holiday season. Mattel has been struggling with weakness in core brands like Barbie and Fisher-Price.Source: FactSetHousing startsseasonally adjusted annual rate .80 .95 1.10 million J M A M F JSource: FactSetGOOG $582.66 $567.00 Price-earnings ratio: lost moneybased on trailing 12 month resultsDividend: none 1Q Operating EPS2Q $6.27 est. $6.23est. 1.02 .897 .950 1.07 1.00 2014 .928 500 550 $600 A M J J 2014 Today 1,680 1,760 1,840 1,920 2,000 JJ FMAMJ 1,920 1,960 2,000 S&P 500Close: 1,981.57 Change: 8.29 (0.4%) 10 DAYS 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 17,500 JJ FMAMJ 16,800 16,980 17,160 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 17,138.20 Change: 77.52 (0.5%) 10 DAYS Advanced1711 Declined1376 New Highs125 New Lows22 Vol. (in mil.)3,257 Pvs. Volume3,250 1,998 1,711 1119 1528 60 54NYSE NASDDOW17139.3517061.9117138.20+77.52+0.45%+3.39% DOW Trans.8403.578355.618397.21+52.13+0.62%+13.47% DOW Util.558.86554.13558.72+2.77+0.50%+13.89% NYSE Comp.11024.3210983.3511017.87+52.23+0.48%+5.94% NASDAQ4448.874419.714425.97+9.58+0.22%+5.97% S&P 5001983.941975.671981.57+8.29+0.42%+7.21% S&P 4001420.291405.211410.69-1.68-0.12%+5.08% Wilshire 500020979.1920865.8520934.20+68.35+0.33%+6.23% Russell 20001159.961148.181151.55-2.26-0.20%-1.04%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. 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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A11 YOUR EDITORIAL BOARD STEVE SKAGGS ....................................... PUBLISHER TOM MCNIFF .................................. EXECUTIVE EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN ................................. NEWS EDITOR WHITNEY WILLARD .......................... COPY DESK CHIEF GENE PACKWOOD ..................... EDITORIAL CARTOONIST Voices www.dailycommercial.com The newspaper of choice for Lake and Sumter counties since 1875 EDITORIALS Editorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. COLUMNS Columns are the opinion of the writer whose byline and picture appears with them. They do not necessarily reect the opinion of the newspaper, and are chosen to represent a diver sity of views. 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We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication. You can submit your letters by: Email (preferred) to: letters@dailycommercial.com By regular mail to: Voices P.O. Box 490007 Leesburg, FL 34749-0007 By fax to: 325-365-1951 H ave you ever wondered what makes other people hold the ridiculous political opinions they do? Is it just a matter of them be ing grumpy and old and there fore mad because the world has changed? There does seem to be a lot of that going around. Or are they really mad in the other sense? Have people who disagree with us taken leave of their senses and become stark raving bonkers, which I believe is the standard psychological clas sication? It is very satisfying to think so. For one thing, it relieves us, the self-identied sane people, of the obligation to engage further and seriously debate conicting ideas. You are crazy, I am sane, so take my insult and just go away. Theres a lot of that going around, too. You should see my email inbox some weeks. No wonder the nation is in such a ridiculous state, when people on each side think those who disagree with them are psy chologically disturbed. Worse yet, this view has been encour aged from on high in the culture. How many times are we told that liberalism is a mental dis order? The ones who email me this clearly think they are being so darned witty. Of course, they would never have come up with this, if talk show host Michael Savage hadnt written a book with the same name as his con tribution to the debasement of humanity. Likewise, Ann Coulter, who has made a career of trying to be caustically cute, also believes lib eralism is an aspect of mental illness and claims to have said this rst. Well, thats something to be proud of. But psychological name-call ing is apparently a crowded eld. Theres also a book titled The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness, by Lyle H. Rossiter Jr., M.D. The good doctor may not be as well-known as the others, but the description of his book on Amazons website is a classic, a risible tour de force: The Liberal Mind is the rst in-depth examination of the ma jor political madness of our time: The radical lefts efforts to reg ulate the people from cradle to grave. To rescue us from our troubled lives, the liberal agenda recommends denial of person al responsibility, encourages selfpity and other-pity, fosters gov ernment dependency, promotes sexual indulgence, rationalizes violence, excuses nancial ob ligation, justies theft, ignores rudeness, prescribes complain ing, etc., and on into the night. Gosh, at least we liberals are kind to our pets. As a liberal living an untroubled life who strong ly believes in personal responsi bility and who cant ignore gross rudeness, I can say that I person ally know no liberal whose beliefs t the description above. When it comes to psychological distur bance, I can only kindly suggest: Physician, heal thyself. My favorite conservative slur (irony alert) is one I blush to write, although it has taken its slimy place in common parlance libtard. Of unknown author ship, it is the daily-double winner in the offensiveness sweepstakes. It takes the word liberal and com bines it with retard. How clever! How amusing! How totally bereft of human decency a person must be to be so amused. But it is true liberals also have waded into the same murky wa ters in their attempts to paint conservatism as a mental dis order. They just havent been as successful despite a seeming ly plentiful supply of material to work with the conservatives irresistible impulse to shut down the government periodically, an obsessive belief that Amer ica would be better off if fewer people had medical insurance, an unfounded dread of Sharia law taking over what is seen as a Christian country. Actually, recent scientic stud ies have suggested a genetic ex planation for political prefer ence, so maybe Savage and his ilk are vaguely onto something, although if liberalism is a men tal disorder, then conservatism is logically one too. Maybe we are not quite the masters of our own political souls as we like to think. May be we didnt come to our beliefs by studying the political party platforms, but through old-fash ioned self-interest, family inu ence or tradition or some deep emotional or psychological need we barely recognize. A recent New York Times story suggested that your birth year may inu ence your political views. Happy birthday to you, or not. Call me mentally ill, but it seems to me the nation urgent ly needs to nd ways to disagree without being disagreeable. If you dont call me stark raving, I wont call you bonkers unless you contact me personally to say otherwise, in which case I am happy to take your word for it. Reg Henry is deputy editorial-page editor for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Readers may email him at rhenry@post-gazette.com. OTHER VOICES Reg Henry MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Let us agree to disagree like sane people C ommenting on the execution of a French nobleman by Napoleon, the French diplomat Talleyrand supposed ly observed: It was worse than a crime it was a blunder. That consummate expres sion of realpolitik certainly applies to the al leged U.S. espionage operation in Germany that has strained relations between the two countries. Following the arrest of a German intelli gence ofcer who told his superiors that he had been recruited to spy for the Central In telligence Agency, the government of Chan cellor Angela Merkel announced last week that the representative of the U.S. intelli gence services at the U.S. Embassy has been asked to leave Germany. (The German gov ernment reportedly is investigating wheth er a second ofcial had been spying for the U.S. as well.) The expulsion of the CIAs station chief in Ber lin is an embarrassing reproach to the United States, which considers itself one of Germanys closest allies, and reects long-standing resent ment of hyperactive intelligence collection by the U.S. The move comes eight months after Merkel complained to President Barack Obama about reports that the U.S. had long listened in on her cellphone conversations. The recruiting of the German ofcial appar ently took place before the uproar over elec tronic eavesdropping on Merkel and other European leaders revealed by former Na tional Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. But it would have been reckless of the CIA at any point in recent history to try to turn an ofcial of a friendly government whose support is vital in several initiatives of importance to the U.S., from talks with Iran about its nuclear program to negotiations with Russia on Ukraine. Most governments, including the Unit ed States, engage in espionage against even friendly nations. But, even if it can be justi ed in the abstract, spying on a close ally is as likely to undermine as to enhance the securi ty of the U.S. The case against spying on Germany is es pecially compelling. Though Merkel is reli ably pro-American, other members of her co alition government are more critical of U.S. policy, as is much of German public opin ion. The CIA particularly is held in ill repute because of its role in the rendition and tor ture of suspected terrorists during the George W. Bush administration. Even before the lat est revelations, Merkel was under pressure to distance herself from the United States. That pressure wont relent just because she has sent the CIA station chief packing. Merkel said last week that Germany and the U.S. shouldnt waste energy spying on each other. Obama should make sure that the CIA and other intelligence agencies understand and act on that message. Distributed by MCT Information Services. A VOICE When friends spy on each other Classic DOONESBURY 1976 Maybe we are not quite the masters of our own political souls as we like to think. Maybe we didnt come to our beliefs by studying the political party platforms, but through old-fashioned self-interest, family influence or tradition or some deep emotional or psychological need we barely recognize.

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SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268 Sports sports@dailycommercial.com B1 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 www.dailycommercial.com LSU: Tigers keeping positive after NFL departures / B4 FRANK JOLLEY SPORTS EDITOR J onathan Lucroy made history on Tuesday night in Minneapolis during Major League Baseballs an nual All-Star game. The former Umatilla High School standout became the rst graduate from an area school to start or play for that matter in baseballs midsummer classic. And to top it all off, Lu croy proved he deserved to be in the starting lineup by cranking out a pair of dou bles with two RBIs. In oth er words, he was responsible for plating 67 percent of the National Leagues run pro duction in a 5-3 loss. But, even more than that, Lucroy proved to every youth baseball player in Lake and Sumter counties that they can reach the big stage. Now if Milwaukee where Lu croy plays catcher can reach the World Series, the message hell be sending will be immense. When I was younger, too many years ago to boast about, I remember spending my summers on the sand lots in west Orange Coun ty. A group of us would get together and spend the day playing and more impor tantly pretending to be Bob Gibson or Hank Aar on or Willie Mays or Nolan Ryan. All-Star game big for Lucroy, Lake County Youth movement A new generation of players emerging at golfs oldest major DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer HOYLAKE, England Even when hes not the favorite, Tiger Woods is still the show at the British Open. Woods earned that attention by pil ing up majors at a faster rate than any one in history, and the attention is just as great now because his recent past includes back surgery and his imme diate future is more uncertain than ever. ESPN plans to show his entire round online Thursday. Not to be overlooked at golfs oldest championship, however, is a new gen eration of stars. Rickie Fowler and Harris English will be playing ahead of him. Two groups behind will be Jordan Spieth and Hide ki Matsuyama. They are among 25 players who share a bond that speaks to the state of golf. Woods has never won a major during their professional careers. Yes, they saw his dominance on TV. They just never experienced it. They were not around for the decade when Woods won majors with regu larity, sometimes by a record score, sometimes by a record margin. They missed the days that were so Tiger-centric a player couldnt get through an interview without being asked something about Woods. Tiger ruined a lot of guys lives, Charles Howell III, a longtime friend of Woods who lived through those times, said earlier in the year. He caused a lot of people some sleepless Sunday nights. But he also motivated an entire generation behind him. Howells point was that while the next generation might have been in awe of Woods, being outside the are na allowed them to study him without getting scarred. They learned from the way he worked. They were more prepared than the generation before them. The talk at this British Open is that it is more open than ever. But then, thats been the case since Woods won his last major six years ago. Since that 2008 U.S. Open, 19 play ers have won majors, and no one has won more than two. In the 24 majors leading up to his last major, Woods won six, Phil Mick elson won three and no one else won more than one. LAURENT CIPRIANI / AP Andrew Talansky of the U.S. strains as he rides alone 20 minutes behind the pack because of back pain during the 11th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday. YOUTH IS SERVED PLAYER COUNTRY AGE Ryo Ishikawa Japan 23 Hideki Matsuya Japan 22 Patrick Reed USA 23 Jordan Spieth USA 20 SEE GOLF | B2 SEE COLUMN | B2 JAMEY KEATEN Associated Press OYONNAX, France Sit ting on a roadside guard rail, wincing and rubbing his lower back, Andrew Ta lansky looked ready to quit the Tour de France in the middle of Stage 11. The Tours Web site and French TV commentators said his race was over. So did some English-language Twittera ti. The Pit Bull proved them wrong. USs Talansky shows tenacity in 11th stage at Tour de France SEE TALANSKY | B3 BUTCH DILL / AP Missouri coach Gary Pinkel speaks to the media at the Southeastern Conference media days on Wednesday in Hoover, Ala. DAVID BRANDT Associated Press HOOVER, Ala. Mis souri made a surpris ing run to the top of the Southeastern Confer ences Eastern Division in just its second year in the league. Staying on top might be even more of a chal lenge. The Tigers lost a huge chunk of their team af ter nishing 12-2 last season, including 7-1 in the SEC. Only nine start ers return, including just four on offense. But new starting quar terback Maty Mauk was condent during Mis souris appearance at SEC Media Days on Wednes day. In his mind, this is no rebuilding year for the Tigers. People can say and do what they want, but we know what we have, Mauk said. We have playmakers. We have an offensive line that is healthy coming back. Unproven Missouri still confident in SEC football SEE MISSOURI | B3 People can say and do what they want, but we know what we have. We have playmakers ... Maty Mauk, Missouri QB Alabama-USC set to play in 2016 Cowboys Classic Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas Alabama and Southern California are set for their first regu lar-season match up since some sto ried games in the 1970s. The Crimson Tide and the Trojans will play in the 2016 Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas. The Labor Day weekend sea son opener at the Dallas Cowboys stadium will be held Sept. 3, 2016. AP PHOTOS CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, Hideki Matsuya and Ryo Ishikawa.

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Two days earlier, the pain and damage from two recent crashes had already ended Talan skys outsider hopes of victory. He began Wednesdays 187.5-ki lometer (116.3-mile) hilly ride from Besan con to Oyonnax in east ern France in 26th place nearly 15 minutes behind race leader Vin cenzo Nibali. The Ital ian retained the yellow jersey Wednesday by nishing right behind Frances Tony Gallopin, who won Stage 11 in a bold late breakaway. Talansky, nursing a sore back, had bad luck compound his misery early in the stage: He blew a tire and got left behind. Because he was no longer in contention to win the Tour in Par is on July 27, his team mates didnt wait up. Straining, he couldnt make up the difference alone, but pressed on anyway. When Talansky, clear ly in agony, stopped on a roadside and sat down with about 60 kilome ters left, Garmin-Sharp sporting director Robert Hunter who as a rider became the rst South African to win a Tour stage and other two other staffers pulled up in a team car. He thought that maybe it was time to stop the Tour. He sat down ... thought about it, and decided to con tinue, said Hunter. If he wants to ght on and get to the nish, the only way were going to get there is by ghting. Thats his character and the way the team works as well. Hunter continued to pour on encourage ment from the car as Ta lansky resumed riding. Under race rules, Ta lansky who wouldve liked to be a journalist if not a cyclist faced a deadline: Because it was a hilly, relatively long stage, he had to n ish with a time no more than 14 percent greater than that of Gallopin. It added up to roughly 37 minutes, race ofcials said. He nished 32:05 back, with a 20-second penalty for taking too long a pause. Other riders might have calculated that it would be wiser not to risk worsening an inju ry so early in a promis ing career. But Talansky was running on deter mination, and wanted to make it through the stage. I just wanted to make it to the nish ... for my team and the work that theyve put into this Tour for me, he said at the team bus after strag gling to the nish. TALANSKY FROM PAGE B1 I just wanted to make it to the finish ... for my team and the work that theyve put into this Tour for me. I didnt just want to stop and go home that way after everything theyve done for me. Andrew Talansky MISSOURI FROM PAGE B1 We have a quarterback with experience and we have a de fense. Mauk earned quite a bit of experience last season as a redshirt freshman when start er James Franklin went down with an injury, making four starts and throwing for 1,071 yards, 11 touchdowns and just two interceptions. He also rushed for 229 yards and a touchdown. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said he wasnt surprised Mauk played so well in difcult SEC environments last season and expects rapid improvement this fall. Hell have three experienced lineman blocking for him, which should help. (Mauks) a winner. Players know it, Pinkel said. Hes a remarkable competitor. They know it. They respect the way he leads because he leads in a very, very positive way. There are some questions about who will be Mauks pri mary targets this season in the passing game. The teams top return ing receiver junior Dori al Green-Beckham was dis missed from the team in April. Bud Sasser is the most expe rienced receiver returning. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior caught 26 passes for 361 yards and a touchdown last season. But even with the question marks, Missouri enters the season with nearly universal respect across the league af ter they made their impressive run through the Eastern Divi sion. The Tigers lost to Auburn in the SEC championship game. Pinkel said recruiting has im proved and the experience was tremendously positive. But this is a new year, Pin kel said. Its a great challenge. We want to continue to com pete at a high level. Thats our challenge this year as we go into year number three. BOB BAUM Associated Press PHOENIX After a tough rst season in the WNBA, Brit tney Griner is blossoming into the player everyone thought she would be, all the while embracing her status as a role model for gay youth. We need more people in the LGBT community to step up and be role models, she said. I denitely take that on. Last season, after a re cord-setting career at Baylor, Griner came out and wrote a candid memoir, In My Skin, that was critical of her college coach, Kim Mulkey. And she wasnt dominating games the way people had projected. The book wasnt a distrac tion, really, Griner said. Just all the media from last year, being a rookie, was crazy. After playing in China during the WNBA offseason, Griner returned to the Phoe nix Mercury stronger and more condent. As teammate Diana Taurasi said, Shes a to tally different player. Shes gained her con dence back, her aggression, Taurasi said, her condence on what she wants to do on the court, and obviously de fensively shes a huge force. Griner, marvelously uid at 6-foot-8, had her second dunk of the season in a victory Tues day, when Phoenix won its 11th in a row and improved to a league-leading 17-3 record. She went to China and she really put the work in, Mer cury rst-year coach San dy Brondello said, and shes put the work in here every day weve been here. So its about getting physically strong and just understanding, OK, these are the things I need to work on to be a force in this league. With Taurasi, Griner will represent the Mercury in the WNBA All-Star game Saturday in Phoenix. She is averaging 15.2 points, up from 12.6 as a rookie. Shes pulling down 8.2 re bounds per game, up from 6.3. And, of course, she excels in blocked shots. Her 77 blocks in 21 games this sea son are more than six WNBA teams. The dunks get the most at tention. She has four in 45 games. The rest of the WNBA has six in 3,990 games. Griner blossoming in WNBA after rough first year ROSS D. FRANKLIN / AP Mercurys Brittney Griner shouts in celebration after scoring against the Storm during a game last month in Phoenix. JAY COHEN Associated Press CHICAGO Stan Bowman sounded like a proud father as he told stories about Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. The general man ager of the Chicago Blackhawks reminisced about Kane staying with his family during his rookie season, and described the scene when Toews became the youngest captain in team history. There were lots of smiles and some laugh ter Wednesday as Bow man joined Toews and Kane at a news confer ence to celebrate the twin contract exten sions for the high-scor ing forwards that run through the 2022-23 season. You have become two of the symbols of the renaissance of the Chicago Blackhawks, said John McDonough, the team president and CEO. Were very proud of that. And youve also become a very respect ed brand in Chicago and throughout the Na tional Hockey League and throughout sports. I dont know if its Kane and Toews, I dont know if its Toews and Kane, but I know its powerful, its impactful and its really respected. The Blackhawks have enjoyed a long run of success since they grabbed Toews with the No. 3 selection in the 2006 draft, and then se lected Kane with the top overall pick the fol lowing year. Each play er made their debut in October 2007, and the Blackhawks 366 com bined wins in the regu lar season and playoffs since the 2007-08 cam paign ranks third in the NHL for that stretch, ac cording to STATS. The eight-year con tracts, which were an nounced last week, are worth $84 million apiece for an average annual value of $10.5 million. Each player has one year left on their ve-year extensions from December 2009. Growing up as an av erage hockey player and hockey fan, I dont think you really expect situ ations like this to hap pen so Im very hum bled and honored to say that a contract like this has been given to me and the trust and faith is there to be here for a long time, Kane said. While the contracts position the Black hawks to contend for years to come, they also could lead to some dif cult salary-cap deci sions for Bowman. He already needs to pare more than $2 million from his payroll to get under this years cap of $69 million, and the huge deals for Toews and Kane dont kick in until next year. We put a lot of time and effort into drafting, developing and nd ing young players who are going to come and surround these stars, Bowman said. Blackhawks celebrate extensions for Toews, Kane NAM Y. HUH / AP Rocky Wirtz, left, President of Wirtz Corporation and Chairman of the Blackhawks smiles as he listens to Jonathan Toews during a news conference at the United Center in Chicago on Wednesday.

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B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 AP PHOTOS LEFT: Athletics Josh Donaldson hits a two run homer off San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Tim Hudson last Thursday in San Francisco. RIGHT: Giants starting pitcher Tim Hudson throws against the Athletics in their game last week. JANIE MCCAULEY AP Baseball Writer OAKLAND, Calif. The small-budget Oakland Ath letics are baseballs best team at the break in a divi sion featuring some of the sports highest-paid stars. The San Francisco Giants are right in the chase for the NL West title despite recent stumbles. Bay Area baseball has de livered a stellar rst half. Its only mid-July and there is already talk of a special Oc tober and, perhaps, the rst Bay Bridge Series since 1989. California could have four teams still playing into Oc tober. The two organizations in Northern California have set the tone. Itd be hard to nd two teams in the same city do ing as well as we are, said Giants right-hander Tim Hudson, who began his ca reer with the As. Its real ly exciting for all of the fans from both sides of the bay. Theyve had the opportunity over the years to have some really fun teams to watch, World Series-caliber teams every year. New York cant say that, L.A. cant really say that. Its been fun. Oakland, a major leaguebest 59-36 and the two-time defending AL West champi on, produced a pair of sixgame winning streaks be hind its reliable starting pitching. And general man ager Billy Beane pulled off a July 4 trade with the Cubs that brought Jeff Samardzi ja and Jason Hammel to a deep rotation that lost Jar rod Parker and A.J. Grifn to season-ending elbow inju ries that required surgery. We could probably go seven deep, As manag er Bob Melvin said. Tom my Milones in Triple-A right now and with the numbers hes put up, it means were creating a lot of depth to withstand whatever could potentially happen coming up in the second half. Several offseasons ago, Beane committed to build ing from the bottom of the minor league system on up to make sure his club had the depth to withstand in juries, and that philosophy is working even in a tal ented division that includes Robinson Cano in Seattle and power hitters Josh Ham ilton and Albert Pujols of the Angels. Oakland had its most wins ever before the All-Star break, and its six All-Stars were most for the As since 1975. Theyve done a great job of stacking this team and this organization with guys who can get the job done at this level, Oakland right elder Josh Reddick said. With the last two and now a third year, were proving that were here to be a true competitor and were show ing that with the best record in baseball right now. It gives us condence to know that he (Beane) is wanting to go for the whole thing just as much as we are. In each of the past two Oc tobers, the Tigers have elim inated Oakland in division series that went the vegame maximum. The Giants, winners of the 2010 and World Se ries, missed the playoffs last year and hope they can get back on a roll like the team across the bay. At 52-43, they are one game behind the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers, and Tim Lincecum has won four straight starts for the rst time since April 2010. No question, the Gi ants have really established something here for a long period of time, Melvin said. Its difcult to not only win a World Series, win two out of four, and be in the posi tion theyre in right now. It could be really exciting for the Bay Area. The Giants are counting on some reinforcements in the second half. Center elder Angel Pagan and sec ond baseman Marco Scuta ro come back from injuries to give San Francisco the roster it envisioned. It led the NL West by 9 1/2 games when it was 42-21 on June 8, but has struggled since then. The Giants were outscored 19-7 in losing three out of four in their re cent interleague series with the As. Their boats just kind of been going in a steady di rection and were just try ing to get ours on that path as well, said Lincecum, who pitched his second no-hit ter in 11 months against San Diego on June 25. You get into those ruts and you try to look for how to get out of them and I think its just doing what you did before hand, not necessarily put ting so much emphasis on getting out of it. Despite injuries, small crowds and even sewage problems in their home sta dium, the As have found a way to win. Weve had contributions everywhere, assistant gen eral manager David Forst said. Its certainly been not unlike any other year where weve had to tinker and turn over the roster as we go. ... The players are unfazed by any changes we make. They just go out and play for three hours a day, and theyve played great. Athletics, Giants give Bay Area high hopes for the postseason Itd be hard to find two teams in the same city doing as well as we are. Its really exciting for all of the fans from both sides of the bay. Theyve had the opportunity over the years to have some really fun teams to watch, World Series-caliber teams every year. New York cant say that, L.A. cant really say that. Its been fun. Tim Hudson, Giants pitcher Associated Press SYLVANIA, Ohio Some like to see their name in lights. Beatriz Recari was thrilled to see hers bolted to a light pole. The name of each years winner of the Marathon Clas sic is placed on the signs along the main drag of this Toledo suburb. Its really cool, said Re cari, a 27-year-old Spaniard who has won three times on the LPGA Tour. Its obviously a great bonus not only to get this trophy and everything that comes along with it. But to get your own street for a year, thats pretty special. Recari has become a more of a household name as her career blossomed in the last year. After winning the Kia tournament, she outdueled Paula Creamer down the stretch to also win the Mara thon. While collecting more than $1 million in checks, she placed sixth in the tours play er of the year standings, n ished 3-1-1 for the victorious European side at the Solheim Cup and contended at last weeks Womens British Open. She began the nal round at Royal Birkdale three shots back of the leader but faded to a tie for 17th with a 79. I had a little bit of a slow start rst half of the year, but feel like everything is coming along, she said, referring to lower back and hip problems. Im working on things that feel good for me. Im healthy and t. I had a very good per formance last week, and Im very happy with my practic ing. Mo Martin, who won the Womens British Open with a closing 72, is still adapting to the title of major champion. Its denitely been a whirl wind, she said of arriving in Ohio after several connecting ights and lots of frequent-i er miles. I hadnt even turned my phone on. When I eventu ally did get here, I turned my phone on and it kind of ex ploded, everybody just con gratulating me. She also got a pat-on-theback letter from no less than legend Arnold Palmer. Recari and Martin arent the only prominent players to keep an eye on this week. Creamer, who won the tournament formerly known as the Jamie Farr in 2008, al ways plays well at Highland Meadows. She is one of the most pop ular players in the eld every year. Yeah, I love this golf course, she said. I shot 60 here (in the rst round in ). I have a lot of really good memories. This just ts my game. Theres also local favorite Stacy Lewis a Toledo na tive whos ranked No. 1 in the world. Defending LPGA champ aims to keep Ohio sign SCOTT HEPPELL / AP Beatriz Recari holds her ball after her putt on the 11th green during the third day of the British Open at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, in Southport, England, last week. STEVE DOUGLAS Associated Press HOYLAKE, England Justin Rose and 18 other Englishmen have a two-fold mission at the British Open: end their countrys 22-year wait for a cham pion and lift the gloom hanging over Englands woeful sporting summer. In the past two months, Englands football team has made its earliest exit from a World Cup since 1958, Chris Froomes defense of his Tour de France title lasted ve stages before crashing out and the winless run of Englands cricket team extended to nine tests its worst sequence in 21 years. Throw in a whitewash of Englands rugby team in three tests against New Zealand and Englands sport-loving public has had nothing to cheer. Maybe Englands golfers at Royal Liverpool can end the misery. The last couple of summers have been so fan tastic for British sport, said Rose, referring to the London Olympics in 2012 and its sporting legacy that hung over until 2013. But for whatever rea son, this year, not so much. (The fans) will be behind anybody that gets their name on the leaderboard this week, from an English perspective. And theres great English play ers that have an opportunity to win. It would be fantastic it can make the summer. Nick Faldo was the last Englishman to win the British Open, at Muireld in Scotland in 1992. And England has to go back further for its last Open Championship winner on home soil Tony Jack lin at Royal Lytham in 1969. Its biggest hope this week is the No. 3-ranked Rose. English look to golfers to lift sporting gloom BUTCH DILL / AP LSU coach Les Miles speaks to the media at the Southeastern Conference media days on Wednesday in Hoover, Ala. DAVID BRANDT Associated Press HOOVER, Ala. The NFL has taken another big chunk out of LSUs roster. As usual, coach Les Miles just shrugs, says thats part of the job and plans to replace them with guys who are just as good or bet ter. The Tigers had nine players se lected in Mays draft including several underclassmen but expectations are still very high in Death Valley. LSU returns 13 starters from last season, includ ing most of the offensive line. Miles called linemen Lael Col lins and Jerald Hawkins two of the nest tackles in our league during his time on the podium at SEC media days on Wednes day. Collins said no one is con cerned about trying to replace so much talent from last season. I just feel our coaches do a great job preparing us for what ever, so when we do lose a lot of guys to the NFL our young er guys are ready to go, Collins said. Collins and Hawkins should help protect the Tigers new quarterback. Miles said the po sition battle continues between sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshman Brandon Harris. It will be a very competitive event from the start to the n ish, Miles said. Cam Camer on, a guy whos made a career mentoring quarterbacks, is our offensive coordinator, and hell do exactly the right things with those guys. Jennings or Harris will be re placing Zach Mettenberger, who threw for 3,082 yards and 22 touchdowns last season. Whoever wins the job should have plenty of help from the teams running backs. LSU keeping positive after NFL departures

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C2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 D004213 Tu es da y Ju ly 22nd 2014 at 3 PM loving but unreliable, and hes been off nding himself in Alaska. Mom moves the fami ly to Houston so she can go back to school and get her degree. She ends up marrying her psy chology professor (an excellent Marco Perel la), and its a catastro phe he turns out to be a dangerous, angry drunk. (These scenes are harrowing.) Olivia escapes with her kids, begins a teach ing career, makes an other bad husband choice. Meanwhile, Dad grows up, remarries, has a baby. Sister Sam morphs from a preco cious young girl who sings Britney Spears Oops I Did It Again to an awkward preteen with braces to a cocky teenager, who responds to a demand to dust the house: I mean, who DUSTS anymore? The lms full of fun cultural markers. Cell phones become smart phones. Masons Game Boy becomes an Xbox. Political talk ranges from George Bush and the Iraq invasion to the Obama-McCain race in 2008 and later develop ments. The soundtrack carefully echoes the changing times. And in a prescient moment, dad and son discuss whether there should ever be a Star Wars sequel. (They decide it wouldnt work. Ha.) The lm, shot entire ly in the disappearing 35mm format, feels so much like a documen tary that occasionally pieces of clearly scripted dialogue sound forced. But thats rare. Mostly the actors blend seam lessly with Linklaters naturalistic style. Ar quette is heartbreaking as a mom who tries so hard, but always comes up short. Hawke contin ues to do his best work with Linklater, seeming ly his artistic soul mate. But the actor who will stay with you the most is Coltrane. Late in the lm, an adult who hasnt seen Mason in years squints and says, Mason, is that YOU? If youre like me, you may nd yourself smiling knowingly, with even a tinge of pride. Because by this time, we dont just know Mason; Ma son is ours. Thats the simple bril liance of Linklaters achievement. Boyhood, an IFC Films release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for language including sexual references, and for teen drug and alco hol use. Running time: 166 minutes. Four stars out of four. BOYHOOD FROM PAGE C1 IFC FILMS / AP Ellar Coltrane is shown at age 6 in a scene from the lm, Boyhood. all seats are $24 (no charge for infants). The kids will love the local fauna, and mom and dad will enjoy hear ing about the historic homes, celebrity sight ings and movie-pro duction stories. There also is a 2-hour sun set cruise option two days a week (seasonal ly) Tuesday and Satur day evenings. After youre done ex ploring the downtown Waterfront Park and Playground, make a quick stop to Southern Sweets Ice Cream Par lor. This old-fashioned ice cream parlor will be a hit with the entire family. Complete with soda fountains, handdipped ice cream and marble tabletops, it of fers everything from ice cream cones to banana splits to egg cremes. The parlor also has homemade brownies and pralines, a must try. If your sweet tooth still isnt satised, and perhaps youd like a unique souvenir to take home, pay a visit to The Lollipop Shop. Not only do they carry ev ery kind of candy (and sweet beverage) even hard-to-nd retro stuff but you can buy candy in many ways: by the piece, the pound, the box or the stuffed animal. Thats right you (or your child, should you feel so gen erous) can choose from two sizes and about two dozen styles of stuffed toys, which come hol low, so to speak. You then stuff your toy full of candy from the bas kets in the store, and when its full, they close it up, name it, and give you a birth certi cate for your new bud dy. They also give you a box of stufng to take with you, so that when the candy is eaten, you have a soft and cuddly toy to keep forever. This was nearly everyones favorite nd, and one that we will surely visit again next time we are in the area. Two restaurants the whole crew will enjoy are Fat Patties and The Foolish Frog. Fat Pat ties will strongly ap peal to the burger-lov ing crowd, although they have so much more then burgers (also serving items such as bratwurst, salads and sandwiches). The pat ties (hence the name) can be ordered with nearly any topping, cheese, bun, sauce and even several choices of meat or vegetarian patties. (For example, not only a shrimp pat ty, but also a half-beef, half-bacon patty.) Fat Patties also of fers an amazing selec tion of craft beers. They have 19 on draft, in cluding at least six from hyper-local breweries (from Charleston to At lanta). They also make ice cream on location, in small (thus fresh) batches. While they al ways have the tradi tional vanilla, choco late and (most-popular avor) Burnt Marsh mallow, you can also get seasonal favorites such as Local Peach Cobbler, Pineapple Up side-Down Cake, Ma ple Bacon Pancake or Spiced Pumpkin. The staff couldnt be friend lier (even if you have a motley child or two) and will gladly give you recommendations. Mine is to eat at Fat Patties as soon as you can get to town. If its authentic South ern Lowcountry food you are seeking, head to the Foolish Frog. Specializing in sea food, steak and barbe que, it also has a small kids menu. You can eat indoors or outside on a back patio with a wet land view and roof or umbrellas to shade you from the Southern sun. Dinner is a great time to stop by, as the sun set views are lovely. And if you like pulled pork, theirs is excellent. Before you head home, visit Hunting Is land State Park. Voted one of the top beach es in the state and also one of the most popu lar state parks in South Carolina, its a stop ev eryone will look for ward to. Bring your beach gear and a pic nic, or grab some food at a nearby food stand. There is a cute hut run by the park that sells ice cream and souve nirs. If you have the South Carolina state park passport, make sure you collect your stamp! (If you dont, here is a great place to grab one.) Once you dry off (or better yet, before you get wet), climb the 167 steps in the spi ral staircase to the top of the lighthouse. For $2 and a little sweat, you can get one of the best views of the area available. (Open from March through Febru ary; hours vary season ally.) BEAUFORT FROM PAGE C1 SAMANTHA FEUSS / MCT Lighthouse at Hunting Island State Park in South Carolina. LYNN ELBER AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES Emmy voters may need to steel them selves to sort through this years top nomi nees: a macabre, medi eval-style tale; a meth kingpin and his violent downfall; a bleak mys tery about detectives tracking a ritual kill er, and a heartbreaking saga of the AIDS epi demics roots. Small-screen fare has steadily been pushed into bolder, even bril liant territory by cable and, now, online offer ings, and its enticing the TV academy to rec ognize programs that are more emotionally and dramatically com plex as well as sex ually explicit and, for better or worse, much more violent. In this widely pro claimed golden age of television-plus, the brutal fantasy saga Game of Thrones, based on the work of novelist George R.R. Martin, emerged Thursday as the lead ing nominee with 19 nods. Dramas Break ing Bad and True Detective and mov ie The Normal Heart are among the other front-runners. Thats just for start ers. The self-evident ly titled American Horror Story: Coven, along with Fargo, a riff on the black com edy lm of the same name, are provocative miniseries hopefuls for the awards airing on NBC in August. The academys broadening embrace includes individu al performers as well. They gay rights group GLAAD saluted La verne Coxs guest-ac tress nod for Orange is the New Black as the rst for an openly transgender person. Emmy has welcomed Game of Thrones leads field with 19 Emmy nods MACALL B. POLAY / AP Natalie Dormer, left, Jack Gleeson and Peter Dinklage, right, are shown in a scene from Game of Thrones. SEE EMMY | C3

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Voters like shows that feel more real and important in terms of todays social or polit ical topics, said Tom ONeil, author of The Emmys and organiz er of the Gold Derby awards website. The best drama con tenders besides the nicknamed GOT are Breaking Bad, Down ton Abbey, House of Cards, Mad Men and True Detective. Netixs politi cal thriller House of Cards, which made a breakthrough last year as the rst online series nominated for a major award, has the chance again at Emmy victory. The prison-set Orange is the New Black, also from Netix, leaped that barrier on the ip side this time around with a bid for best com edy series, along with a nod for star Taylor Schilling. Also competing for best comedy honors are The Big Bang Theory, Louie, Silicon Val ley, Veep, and Mod ern Family, a four-time winner that has the chance to tie Frasier as the all-time winning sitcom with one more award. There were so many such candidates for the six best drama slots that the critically acclaimed Masters of Sex and The Good Wife were among those that failed to make the cut. For the latter, coming off a dar ing season in which a major character died, the snub provoked a ood of online fan dis may. It may be time for the Emmys to follow cous in Oscar, which has ex panded its best picture category to encompass up to 10 nominees. The 66th prime-time Emmy Awards cere mony certainly will have big-screen star power to spare. This years Academy Awards best-actor winner Mat thew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club) and nominee Chiwe tel Ejiofor ( Years a Slave) are both nomi nees for TV projects, as are past Oscar winners, including Julia Roberts, Jane Fonda and Billy Bob Thornton. McConaughey and True Detective costar Harrelson both will vie for best drama ac tor honors, along with four-time winner Cran ston for Breaking Bad, Jon Hamm for Mad Men, Kevin Spacey for House of Cards, and Jeff Daniels for The Newsroom, who won the Emmy last year. Nominees in the lead actress drama catego ry are last years winner, Homeland star Claire Danes along with Lizzy Caplan for Masters of Sex, Michelle Dockery for Downton Abbey, Julianna Margulies for The Good Wife, Kerry Washington for Scan dal and Robin Wright for House of Cards. The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will air Monday, Aug. 25, on NBC, with emcee Seth Meyers, the former Saturday Night Live player and new NBC late-night host. The ceremony, traditional ly held on Sunday, was moved to avoid a con ict with NBCs Sun day Night Football and with MTVs Video Music Awards. HBO received a lead ing 99 nominations, fol lowed by CBS with 47; NBC, 46; FX Networks, 45; ABC, 37; PBS, 34; AMC, 26; Netix, 31; Showtime, 24; Come dy Central, 21; Lifetime, 17, and Fox, 18. EMMY FROM PAGE C2 DRAMA SERIES: Breaking Bad (AMC) Downton Abbey (PBS) Game of Thrones (HBO) House of Cards (Net ix) Mad Men (AMC) True Detective (HBO) COMEDY SERIES: The Big Bang Theory (CBS) Louie (FX) Modern Family (ABC) Orange is the New Black (Netix) Silicon Valley (HBO) Veep (HBO) ACTOR IN A DRAMA: Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) Jon Hamm (Mad Men) Woody Harrelson (True Detective) Matthew McConaughey (True Detective) Kevin Spacey (House of Cards) ACTRESS IN A DRAMA: Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex) Claire Danes (Home land) Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife) Kerry Washington (Scandal) Robin Wright (House of Cards) EMMY NOMINEES INCLUDE: STEVEN REA MCT PHILADELPHIA No se cret: Zach Braff is a Woody Al len fan. Braffs 2004 emo in die, Garden State, which he wrote, produced, directed, and starred in (opposite Natalie Port man), drew comparisons to An nie Hall, to Manhattan. More than 10 years before that, a teen age Braff had a small part in Al lens Manhattan Murder Mys tery, as the progeny of Allen and Diane Keatons characters. So, landing the lead role in Bullets Over Broadway, the To ny-nominated musical adapted from Allens 1994 comedy, was a dream come true for the actor. Allen attended every preview of the Roaring Twenties-set show back in March. He would follow up with notes, with changes, Braff recalls. To be working so closely with some one who is one of the inspira tions for me becoming a lm maker, one of my heroes, how great is that? Braffs new lm, Wish I Was Here, is, like Garden State, more than a little autobiograph ical, and more than a little Alle nesque. In it, Braff is a struggling actor whose wife (Kate Hudson) is the family breadwinner. The couple have two kids, a boy and a girl, attending a yeshiva school in L.A. The childrens granddad (Mandy Patinkin) is paying tu ition, but when the payments stop, the kids get kicked out. Pretty much everything in Braffs characters life starts to unravel. But as the monetary, marital, religious, and lial cri ses mount, so does the comedy. There are even whimsical super hero / scifantasy sequences. Wish I Was Here opens Friday in limited release, expanding to more screens July 25. One thing that I liked about Annie Hall was that there were no rules, says Braff. ... It was hilarious in parts, it was slapstick in parts, it was heartbreaking. All of a sudden theres a scene thats fully animat ed. And I really thought that that was the way to make a movie as long as you tell a good story, why do we keep being told that we have to follow all these rules? Not having to follow the rules was one reason Braff the New Jersey native who became a star thanks to the long-run ning medico sitcom Scrubs decided to go on Kickstarter in 2013. He wanted to raise money to make Wish I Was Here with out being beholden to the stu dios, to producers demanding script changes or cast approval. In 30 days, Braff raised $3.1 million $400,000 in the nal four days alone. More than 46,500 people pledged any where from $10 to $10,000. It was always meant to be an experiment, says Braff of his crowdfunding campaign. What if we got the fans in volved? What if we just ipped the whole thing on its head and created this community around making the movie? And in selling T-shirts, or on line access to videos, or set vis its, or extra roles, or cameos, you could nance a lm and give everyone a fun experience. Wouldnt that be crazy? And then it worked! And then it backlashed. Critics jumped all over Braff, suggesting he already had nancial backing in place, that he was unwilling to put his own money into the proj ect, that he was soliciting dona tions, not investors. I think a lot of it was misin formed, to be frank, Braff says of the vehement, Web-driven reaction to his Kickstarter drive. Anyone who takes the time and does a little bit of research real izes that most of the detractors talking points are incorrect. And thats that. AP FILE PHOTO John Hinckley Jr., shown Nov. 18, 2003, shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 in an attempt to impress Oscarwinning actress Jodie Foster. to obtain her home ad dress from state motor vehicle records. Bardo remains in pris on, serving a life sen tence without possibil ity of parole. The legacy of Schaef fers death is evident multiple times a year in Los Angeles courtrooms when celebrities such as Madonna, Steven Spiel berg, Ryan Seacrest, Par is Hilton and others be come stalking victims. Protections created after Schaeffers death include laws that make stalking a crime, restric tions on public access to address information from driving records in California, and a spe cialized Los Angeles po lice unit that works with prosecutors, celebrity attorneys and security details to keep obsessed fans a safe distance away. Criminal penal ties for stalking have also been adopted in other states. The protections dont eliminate the various ways celebrity stalkers can torment their vic tims, from unsolicit ed love letters to threat ening tweets, break-ins and kidnapping plots. But they can eventually put a stop to the threats. Stalkers can make celebrities a prison er, said Los Angeles Deputy District Attor ney Wendy Segall, who has prosecuted celeb rity stalking cases for the past six years. They never know when this person is going to show up. Many of Segalls cases end with stalking con victions and sentences that require the defen dant to get psycholog ical counseling. The sentences, Segall said, allow stalking victims to again feel safer. STARS FROM PAGE C1 Zach Braff immersed himself in Wish I Was Here MERIE WEISMILLER WALLACE / AP From left, Pierce Gagnon, Joey King and Zach Braff are shown in Wish I Was Here.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C5 www.dailycommercial.com Diversions 352-365-8208 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 puz zle will be in tomorrows paper. YESTERDAYS SOLUTION Today is Thursday, July 17 the 198th day of 2014. There are 167 days left in the year. Todays Highlight in His tory : On July 17, 1944, during World War II, 320 men, twothirds of them African-Amer icans, were killed when a pair of ammunition ships exploded at the Port Chica go Naval Magazine in Cali fornia. HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Thursday, July 17, 2014 : This year opportunities pop up from out of the blue, though they might force your hand in making deci sions that you would prefer to avoid. If you are single, you attract many different personalities. Avoid get ting too serious with anyone who is possessive. If you are attached, the two of you will reach a nancial pinna cle, but only if you contin ue to save. A lucky bet or a promotion also could be part of the scenario. ARIES might be alluring, but he or she also can cause a lot of conict in your life. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Confusion will mark your words, though you might feel as if you are be ing very clear. As a result, you will have a choice to make that you would like to avoid. Be careful when suppressing your anger, as there could be a backre. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You might choose to say less and listen more. What you see evolving could be somewhat depressing. Remember that everything can change in the blink of an eye. Be careful, as anger easily could disrupt and sur prise you. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Emphasize what you want. You could be taken aback by someones frus tration. Try not to fan any ames; instead, help this person discuss his or her feelings. Be optimistic in your calls and in your com munication, and you will see a positive response. CANCER (June 21-July 22) You might decide that a new approach would be better, especially if you nd that others are trying to force your hand. You un derstand moodiness and strange behavior, and you are likely to witness how quickly moods can change. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Keep reaching out to an ex pert to help you make a de cision. If you can postpone having to choose right now, you would be well advised to do so. A day or two wait will help you gain a different and more successful per spective. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You will want to defer to others, as they seem to have a better grasp on a dif cult situation. You might not understand the root of the problem. Remain posi tive in how you approach a potential disagreement. You know who you can trust. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You seem to have been dealing with a lot of frus tration and/or anger since March. That period is end ing now, yet you might be surprised to have your abili ty to express these uncom fortable feelings tested to day. Let others know how you feel. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You might feel as if many people are forgetting important pieces of a puz zle, perhaps involving your immediate circle. Make a point to get past your irrita tion, and consider how you can persuade these same people to be more thor ough. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) Your ery nature takes over, which factors your creativity and dynamic thinking into the mix. Others enjoy this part of your per sonality, and they often step back and make way for you and your expansive ideas. Do not accept no as an answer. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) Your mind might be on home and family. Your thinking will be clear to those close to you, though you still could tumble into controversy. Youll have to decide whether to stand up to different ideas, incorpo rate them or become rigid about them. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You often tell it as it is, which tends to trigger some uproar. You bring out a natu ral sense of deance in oth ers. You will nd out quickly whether your style will work well in a new situation. Try to choose your words with care. Avoid getting person al. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Be aware of your ac tions and how they might trigger a strong reaction from a loved one or an as sociate. On the other hand, remember to be sensitive to your needs. Use a measure of care with your nances. It will serve you well to honor your budget. HOROSCOPES TODAY IN HISTORY DEAR ABBY: On July 26, 2011, you posted an answer to Jittery Future Bride in Bos ton. I am that woman. I had asked you how to get my boyfriend of ve years to use my de ceased grandmothers ring as an engagement ring. I followed your ad vice and told my boy friend-at-the-time that I wanted to use a fam ily ring. I spoke with my father about it and checked with my sis ter to see if she would mind if I used it. We got engaged sev en months ago, and my now-husband told me he had been hoping to take the stone from my paternal grand mothers ring, a stone from my maternal grandmothers ring and one from his family to make a new joining of the families ring. We havent made it yet, but we all look forward to the special mean ing that it will embody. We even plan to make a new setting out of the old setting. Its a fairytale ending. BLUSHING BRIDE IN BOSTON DEAR BLUSHING BRIDE: Actually, its more like a fairy-tale begin ning. I love the idea. Thank you for letting me know how things turned out. Not many of my readers take the time to do that. I wish you and your husband a lifetime of happiness together. DEAR ABBY: The moth er of a friend of mine died recently. I offered my condolences, and since then I havent been the same. I am nine months pregnant, and even though I should be ex cited and celebrat ing the anticipated ar rival of our baby, all I can think about is that my mother is going to die one day. Shes 52, healthy and happy, but I cant get it out of my mind. I have become a different person, cry ing at the most trivial things and often pan icking that Moms OK. I dont think I could make it through if any thing happened to her. Dwelling on this is affecting my relation ship with my husband and my friends. How do I stop obsessing over this? ANXIOUS IN ALBUQUERQUE DEAR ANXIOUS: A dis cussion with your OB/ GYN would be help ful. By the last months of pregnancy, a wom ans body is swimming in hormones. Those in creased hormone lev els have been known to have a profound effect on a womans emo tions. The solution to your problem may be as simple as understand ing that once your baby arrives and your hormones return to normal, you will be back on a more even keel. If that doesnt happen, you may have to talk with a men tal health profession al although I doubt that will be necessary. In the meantime, your mother is healthy, hap py and about to be a grandmother, so dwell on the positive. DEAR READERS: A thought for the day: The best exercise in the world is to bend down and help someone up. 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. Reader reports happy ending to engagement ring dilemma JEANNE PHILLIPS DEAR ABBY JACQUELINE BIGAR BIGARS STARS CA NA DIAN MEDSSa ve up t o 80%on Yo ur Meds Pr ices CO UPON R X744 S. 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Considering the kind of community we have ... its really helped out as far as with a lot of my residents that have respiratory problems, COPD, things like that, she said. The Villas of Mount Dora, along with Leesburgs Pepper Tree and Lake Region Homes, Eustis Lyn Terrace Apartments and The Iron Block and Clermonts Hunters Trace Properties, all have smoke-free policies, according to a press release from the Florida Department of Health in Lake County. Across the state, there are more than 500 smoke-free multiunit housing properties and 73,000 smoke-free units, Paul Butler, the health departments public information ofcer, said in the release. For property managers and landlords, smoke-free policies can have economic benets, he said. Mejias said the 70-unit Villas of Mount Dora started the policy after seeing its sister property, the Villas at Vero THERESA CAMPBELL | Staff Writertheresacampbell@dailycommercial.comLeesburg leaders have agreed to pay $130,000 for 16 acres of mostly wetlands to be annexed to the Leesburg Inter national Airport that may become part of the citys future seaplane ramp, yet one city com missioner was not hap py with the deal because the acreage was up for sale last November for only $35,000. Commissioner Bill Polk said Monday night that he believes the price of the vacant land owned by Sofran Leesburg, Ltd. was too high. Located at the south end of College Drive, behind Lowes, the northern part of the property is dry land while the southern edge fronts on Lake Harris and the western side ad joins the airport. I dont understand why we are not able to make an offer on this property and if they dont take the offer, then leave it alone. There is nobody else in Leesburg that will buy it. It has been for sale for ever, said Polk. One week it was $35,000 and now that we say we want it, its $135,000. Something is not right with that deal. According to city documents, the land was appraised in February for $135,000 by Walter Price of Price Appraisal Group of Tavares, while MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comWhen 51-year-old Eddie Ratliff received a call Monday from his 42-year-old sister, Shannon Rat liff, that she was being beaten by her live-in boyfriend, he rushed to her Hibiscus Court home in Tavares to help. A 911 call by his sister, Dee Ratliff, described the scene in front of the home with Eddie, his mother Mavis and Shannons boyfriend, James Earl Jones. He jumped on her, hes got my mom and my brother out there hes ghting all of them! accord ing to a call made Dee made to a 911 dispatcher. When Tavares police reached the duplex, they found Jones out front holding an aluminum baseball bat with blood splotches on his shirt PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CITY OF EUSTIS The oldest commercial building still standing in Eustis, the Iron Block has commercial space on the bottom oor and residential on the upper oors. It is a smoke-free building. JIM TURNER The News Service of FloridaTALLAHASSEE The states largest teachers union led a legal challenge Wednesday contesting how lawmakers log rolled a series of edu cation issues includ ing an expansion of a controversial school vouchers program into a single bill that passed in the waning hours of the 2014 legislative session. The Florida Education Association, a longtime opponent of voucher programs, led a complaint in the 2nd Judicial Circuit in Leon County that challenges the constitution ality of how legislators patched together legislation into a wide-rang ing education bill (SB 850). The voucher expansion had appeared dead in the Senate until getting approved in the broader bill. This was a sneaky way for the legislative leaders to enact measures that had already failed, said union Vice President Joanne McCall. Its an outrage that the corporate voucher expansion was tacked on to an unrelated bill and slipped into law on the sessions nal day. The lawsuit, which is led under the name of East Lee County High School social studies teacher Tom Faasse, was quickly criticized as shameful and a new low by the Foun dation for Excellence in Education, which was founded by former Gov. Jeb Bush. As a society, we must work to unlock educa tion opportunities for students who need them the most. Senate Bill 850 will help children with Downs syn drome, autism and other developmental disabilities have greater choices and the critical support nec essary for successful education outcomes, foundation Chief Executive Ofcer Patricia Levesque said in a prepared statement. There are those who believe families should have options and trust parents in those AP FILE PHOTO Democrats meet in the back of the Florida House before the start of a debate on a school voucher bill. Teachers union challenges voucher billSEE LAWSUIT | A2TAVARESThird baseball bat beating victim diesSeveral communities in Lake County adopt smoke-free policiesLEESBURGAfter $95K markup, airport land buy worries city commissioner SEE LAND | A2SEE SMOKING | A2SEE BEATING | 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.CALENDAREmail upcoming events to pam.fennimore@dailycommercial.com.decisions for their kids. And sad ly there are those who nd educational choices threatening to their political power. Incoming Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-Orlando, also criticized the lawsuit in a separate statement, saying, It is unfortunate the hardearned money our teachers con tribute to the FEA is now being spent to fund litigation designed to limit educational opportunities for children across our state. McCall said after a news confer ence that the union had been work ing towards the lawsuit since the bill was approved May 2 by the Leg islature. She added that the lawsuit is unrelated to the unions endorse ment of former Gov. Charlie Crist in this years gubernatorial race. Republican Gov. Rick Scott signed the bill into law June 20. Among other things, the law makes chang es in middle-school and career education, along with continuing ef forts to reduce hazing and prevent dropouts. The House initially approved the bill 115-1 on April 30. But lawmakers broke along mostly party lines in the House and Senate as a 140page amendment was approved on the nal day of session. The amendment included changes to the Tax Credit Scholar ship vouchers program and created personal learning scholarship accounts that are aimed at helping parents of students with disabilities pay for educational services. The Florida Education Association is seeking a quick decision in the lawsuit as the personal learn ing scholarship accounts are being introduced this week. Union attorney Ron Meyer said lawmakers log rolled several pieces of unrelated legislation, loosely tied to education, into a single package, which is prohibited the Florida Constitution. The constitution requires each law to embrace a single subject that is briey expressed in the title. Log rolling has always happened, and I guess unless someone says you have to follow the consti tution, people will continue to go forward not following the constitution, Meyer said. The Tax Credit Scholarship Program provides tax credits to compa nies that donate money to nonprof it entities that then pay for children to go to private schools. Changes to the program were a major priority for House Speaker Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel. Under the new law, a family of four earning up to $62,010 a year will be eligible for at least a partial scholarship, a nearly $20,000 boost from the current $43,568 annual income limit. The value of each indi vidual scholarship also will rise. LAWSUIT FROM PAGE A1 in November 2013, it was listed for $35,000 for the purpose of trying to sell it at an auction. No sale occurred. We say that we want to use it for future de velopment of the air port. It is wetlands, Polk said. Were buy ing property that is no good. If we only need a little sliver of it, then lets just buy a little sliv er. Dont buy the whole thing. Three and half acres of what they call good land comes out to $29,000 an acre off the main road property that is over-priced. Lets leave it alone. Commissioner David Knowles said when Wi paire came to the air port, a deal was made by the city to build a sea plane ramp. This is part of what we need for the seaplane ramp, Knowles said. FAA is not going to let us block the runway to the seaplane ramp, so we have got to put it some place and this is part of the property that we can use. It has some value there. Knowles said he didnt want to drag out negoti ations for months to try to get a different price. I dont want to get into six months of negotia tions and have Wipaire come back to us and say, Leesburg (was) not really sincere in trying to get us to locate here; they jerked us around for six months for a piece of property, Knowles said, noting the company has to have a seaplane ramp. The city was awarded a grant with the FDOT for the acquisition of this land, where 80 percent ($104,000) will come from FDOT and the air port would be expected to pay 20 percent ($26,000). Airport Man ager Leo Treggi said in a memo that the funds are available from Air port Reserves for Capital Improvements. The commission previously approved this grant in December 2013 for up to $150,000. City Manager Al Minner estimated that a quarter-acre to a halfacre would be needed for the ramp, and he tried getting the sellers real estate agent to sell a smaller amount of land. His response to me was that if we purchased that we were going to pay a premium price for it, for just a portion of it, so it didnt sound like the owner was interested in just selling a portion, Minner said. The city manager noted that he under stood Polks frustration. Its a classic example of why the government is not like a busi ness, and I hate that clich, because when government gets associated with something, the prices goes up, Minner said. I agree with Mr. Polk and I think that the city was taken advantage of a little bit, and I think the numbers did go up. Minner said the city looked at other areas for the seaplane ramp on the south side, but these areas would have needed additional work, amounting to up to $400,000 in wetlands mitigation, compared to $150,000 to $200,000 on what would need to be done on the north side property that is for sale. I dont think any body on the commis sion wants to spend taxpayer money unreasonably, Minner said, noting the city only has to pay 20 percent of the cost since the rest comes from grant from the FAA through the FDOT, which was funded by aviation to make improvements at gen eral and commercial airports. I think that makes it easier to swallow the pill of where this money is coming from, Minner said. When you put all of those things together, I do see how important it is to have the seaplane ramp for economic de velopment purposes. Commissioner Elise Dennison wanted to hear from Realtor Jim Miller, the property own ers agent who was in the audience, about the property and the differ ent prices for the land. A couple of years ago, (former city manager) Jay Evans assured me that he would not ever be interested in that land, Miller said, noting the seller suggested the idea of auctioning the property. Miller said he advised his seller: Put a ridic ulously low price on it, well get more than one bidder, and well have an auction. An Ocala man showed a lot of interest in the land and the auction never took place. He is very interested in buying it, and we avoided (the auction) when Lego Treggi (air port manager) called me and I got a hold of my seller, and said that the city really wants this, Miller said. We were going to sell it whole sale at an auction and I said, they will pay retail. They wont pay more than retail, but they will pay retail. LAND FROM PAGE A1 Beach, doing well with a smoke-free rule. She said residents cannot smoke in their units or patios, but can smoke in a designated area, and that there has been a really good response to the policy. Charlotte Rodas, the property manager of Lyn Terrace Apartments, said residents there can smoke outside and in patios, but cannot smoke inside the apartments. She said it is harder to rent out apartments that people have smoked in because of the odor. The length of time it takes for us and the extra cleaning that has to be done is beyond belief, Rodas said. Sometimes it takes months to be able to get that smell out so that you can re-rent the apartment. So its denitely an advantage to not have them smoking in the apartment, as a business. Rodas said that cleaning includes carpet treatments, washing the walls and painting the ceilings. She has not had anyone turn away from the property because of the policy and said most people are for it. Tracy Wade, the owner of Hunters Trace Rentals, said she has 60 units throughout Clermont, including apartments, duplexes and houses. Wade said she started the policy about three years ago and residents can smoke outside, but not in the building. Tenants that were smokers prior to that (the policy), we do request them to smoke outside and not in the building because of the residue effect that it has on the building, Wade said. The walls, the A/C systems. She said the policy has reduced wear and tear on the paint and on the air conditioning. Its worked out well and I think it just gives every body a little cleaner environment to live in, Wade said. Since more than 80 per cent of Floridians are non-smokers, many properties have successfully marketed their smoke-free policy as an amenity, not a restriction, according to Butler. The Iron Block started its smoke free policy on March 1, 2013, property manager Kace Montgomery said in the press release. Since then, the old tenants have adjusted without complaint and the new tenants appreciate that the apartments are smoke free, Montgomery said in the release. Having a 100 percent smoking-free policy has not hurt my ability to lease out my apartments, if anything, it has made them more attractive. SMOKING FROM PAGE A1 and Eddie and Mavis on the ground with severe head wounds, apparently inict ed by the bat. Ofcers discovered Shannon bludgeoned to death in the living room of the 905 Hibiscus Court home. Mavis, 66, died later Mon day at a hospital. Eddie, a Tavares city sanitation worker, died 3 / p .m. Wednesday at Ocala Re gional Medical Center. He did everything he could to keep the family to gether, said John Thomas Swiney of New Life Church in Tavares, the familys longtime pastor, who was with Ratliffs family members at his bedside when he died. According to an investi gative report, when police confronted Jones in front of the home, the suspect dropped the bat and ran off. Jones later was found dead, oating in Lake Dora. Ofcials believe he drowned himself, but said they are still waiting on autopsy re sults to conrm it. Counseling has been of fered to co-workers and oth er city ofcials who knew Eddie, who has worked for the city for 20 years. We have a very tight department and we want to show our full support, city spokeswoman Joyce Ross said. Swiney, who was on Rat liffs garbage route, said he expects a funeral service for the Ratliff family members sometime next week. Ross said Wednesday that detectives were still trying to determine what exactly led to the Monday after noon attack. The investi gative report adds Jones father, Albert Jones, de scribed his son as a schizo phrenic and off his medica tion. Albert told the media Tuesday that his son came home last week from an other stay at LifeStream. The father said his son went there again on Monday and was not readmit ted, although the staff did change his medication. Chris Lang, who lives next to the duplex, said Jones had just moved in to the home and the couple fre quently argued. However, Ross said the only contact police had with Jones at the home was in December when he was held under the Baker Act and described as incoherent. Swiney added a Ratliff Family Benet Account has been set up for dona tions at United Southern Bank branches across Lake County 1746111. BEATING FROM PAGE A1 Associated PressST. PAUL, Minn. A former U.S. Navy SEAL testied Wednesday that he saw mil itary sniper Chris Kyle punch former Min nesota Gov. Jesse Ventura in a bar in 2006, providing the most complete account yet backing the version told by Kyle in his best-selling autobiography. Jeremiah Dinnell testied in federal court as part of Venturas defamation law suit against the estate of the former SEAL and American Sniper author, who was killed in Texas last year. Dinnell, who served in the SEALs for a decade before leaving last year, said he saw Kyle strike Ventura with his right hand at a California bar after Ventura said the SEALs deserve to lose a few. Dinnell said he watched Ventura fall and get up again. In his 2012 book, Kyle wrote that he punched a man he called Scruff Face. Kyle later identied the man as Ventura, who is also a former SEAL. Ventura says he never said SEALs deserved to die and alleges Kyle never hit him.Ex-SEAL testifies that he saw Ventura punched

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A3 Area Briefs www.dailycommercial.com CLERMONT Gas leak capped off on State Road 50A stretch of State Road 50 in Clermont re-opened Wednesday afternoon after a reported gas leak was capped off. According to Clermont ofcials, the gas leak was reported just before noon, underground near the sidewalk in the 400 block of SR 50. No buildings were evacuated but area trafc was rerouted, Assistant Fire Chief Kathy Johnston said. The citys re department, as well as Lake Apopka Natural Gas, responded to the leak. The stretch of road was re-opened about 1:10 / p.m. TAVARES Animal Services to take part in Community CarnivalLake County Animal Services is taking part in an adoption event at the Hurricane Dockside Grill Community Carnival, held from 11 / a.m. to 4 / p.m. on Saturday at 3351 W. Burleigh Blvd. The family-friendly event will feature Animal Services dogs on-site, available for on-the-spot adoptions, along with a childrens carnival, games and a 4-on-4 volleyball tour nament at the restaurants water front beach. Proceeds from the tour nament, which has a $10 entry fee, will benet the American Cancer Society and the Golden Triangle YMCA. For information about Hurricane Dockside Grill, go to www.hurricanedocksidegrill.com, and for information about Lake County Animal Services or to make a donation to the shelter, go to www.lakecounty.gov/adopt, or visit the shelter at 28123 County Road 561, or call 352-343-9688.THE VILLAGES Habitat for Humanity to host grand opening ceremonyHabitat for Humanity has moved its corporate ofce space to a new location at Spanish Springs in The Villages and will host a grand opening and ribbon cutting for the public from 3 to 5 / p.m., on Wednesday. The new ofce space is at 900 Main St., Suite 200 on the second oor next to the tness center. For information about the event or to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, call 352-352-483-0434, ext. 119 or email carlos@habitatls. org.State&RegionNEWS EDITOR SCOTT CALLAHAN scott.callahan@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8203 The Daily Commercial is looking for writers, photographers and part-time copy editors who want to contribute to this award-winning publication. Writers and photographers will cover sports, news or lifestyle events on an as-needed basis. Those interested in writing must be able to drive to assignments, write smoothly and quickly and le their articles on deadline. Photographers must be equipped with digital cameras and have the ability to transmit their photos by computer. Copy editors must have strong word skills, be technically procient and have the ability to work under deadlines. Familiarity with InDesign is a must. We strongly prefer applicants who have experience in the publishing eld. If youre interested in being part of our team, please send a brief cover letter, resume and samples of your work to Executive Editor Tom McNiff at tom.mcniff@dailycommercial.com. Want to work for us? Staff and Wire ReportAn Astatula business man has pleaded guilty to a $44 million bank fraud conspiracy. Pedro Pete Benevides, 45, pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to com mit bank fraud. He faces a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison. According to a federal indictment, from about 2005 through about September 2008, Benevides ob tained 20 loans and lines of credit worth $44 million from sev eral federally insured insti tutions. He reportedly sub mitted documents to those institutions that allegedly contained materially false and fraudulent information. Other docu ments included false and forged tax return documents, statements from nancial institutions, bank statements and ofcial checks, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement stated in a press release. Benevides also included false or forged correspon dence from a title and es crow company detailing funds that did not exist. He then used the loans to pay off earlier loans he had taken out, pay his business expenses ASTATULAFraud plea could net 30 years in prison BENEVIDESSEE FRAUD | A4CAREERSOURCE CENTRAL FLORIDA HOSTS A JOB FAIR IN LEESBURG PHOTOS BY BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Auther Oliver, center, a retired Marine, talks with John Knop, a 40-year-old store manager with Ro-mac, during the second annual Paychecks for Patriots job fair at the National Guard Armory on Wednesday. Employers speak with job seekers during the job fair. Representatives from the Florida Department of Corrections talk with job seekers. SCOTT CALLAHAN | News Editorscott.callahan@dailycommercial.comThe body of Lady Lake plastic surgeon Todd Ginestra, reported missing Wednesday morning, has been recovered from the water off of Fort Is land Gulf Beach in Citrus County, the sheriffs ofce re ports. Foul play is not suspected and the nal cause of death will be de termined by the Medical Examin ers Ofce, the sheriffs ofce re ported on its Facebook page. Its not clear what Ginestra was doing in Citrus County, but LADY LAKEDoctor found dead at Citrus County beach GINESTRA SEE DOCTOR | A4 AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writeraustin.fuller@dailycommercial.comThe Eustis re departments rating by the Insurance Ser vices Ofce has improved from a class three to a class two, and this could mean lower insurance rates for property owners. ISO, which tracks property and casualty insurance risk, looks at and rates a communitys ability to handle res, according to the web site www.insurancequotes.com. Many insurers factor that information into the formulas they use to come up with your home insurance premium, the web site states. The thinking behind using ISO ratings is this: The better equipped a community is to ght res, the less likely it is that homes and businesses in your EUSTISImproved fire score could save residents moneySEE INSURANCE | A4 MILLARD K. IVES | Staff Writermillardives@dailycommercial.comBad weather and biting bugs couldnt stop two Sum ter County wildlife ofcers from determining who planted a marijuana eld in the Withlacoochee State Forest. According to Fish and Wild life Conservation Commis sion, Ofcer Ian Sweet was on patrol in the Richloam Wildlife Management Area of the forest when he spotted an elaborate marijuana grow site complete with a handdug well for watering. Richloam covers Sumter, as well as Hernando, Pasco and Lake counties, and is one of seven large tracts of land that make up the Withlacoochee State Forest. In an effort to catch the grower, Sweet and fellow FWC ofcer David Straub conducted surveillance on the site in covert positions, spending about 100 hours and a number of days, endur ing tremendous rain storms, as well as horric amounts of biting insects to catch their culprit. FWC spokesman Greg Workman said on July 9 the two ofcers nally observed a man, later identied as 51-year-old Kenneth Wayne Wilson, dropping off two ve-gallon buckets with new Marijuana field found in Sumter state forest MILLARD K. IVES / DAILY COMMERCIAL Fish and Wildlife Conservation ofcer Ian Sweet kneels in a marijuana eld he discovered while on patrol in the Withlacoochee State Forest area of Sumter County. SEE FIELD | A4

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A4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 it was reported he was last seen wearing white swim trunks, a dry-t shirt and sandals. His vehicle was found nearby, the sheriffs ofce reports. Fort Island Gulf Beach in Crystal River is popular for swimming and pier shing. There is also a boat ramp and dock there. Marine units, a dive team and an aviation unit took part in the search. Ginestra, 48, did most of his plastic surgery procedures at the Mesos Cosmet ic Surgery Center and Laser Center at 757 County Road 466. He also had an ofce at 255 Citrus Tower Blvd., Suite 207, in Clermont. He received his medical degree in 1992 from the University of Illinois and was initially licensed by the State of Florida in 2011. IN MEMORY OBITUARIESGwendolyn DrawdyGwendolyn Kirkley Drawdy, 71 of Weirsdale, passed away Friday July 11, 2014 at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center in Spartanburg, SC. A native of Lyons County Georgia, she was the daughter of the late Theo L. and Doshia Os cilla Atkins Kirkley and the wife of Donnell Drawdy. Survivors in addition to her husband include two sons, Rob ert Shepherd and Rich ard Wayne Shepherd; two daughters, Doshia Eloise Wilson and Tina Kay Shepherd; one brother Franklin Kirkley; three sisters, Beatrice Taylor, Josephine Tyson, Jean Strickland and eight grandchildren. The family will re ceive friends 10:00 AM 11:00 AM Friday July 18, 2014 at Lone Oak Cemetery, Leesburg Florida, in the mauso leum chapel prior to the 11:00 AM Funeral Ser vice, also in the mau soleum chapel. Burial will follow the service, in Lone Oak Cemetery, Leesburg, Florida. www. fresthillsfuneralhome. net. Forest Hills Funer al Home, Woodruff, SC.Tommie Lee Jordan Sr.Tommie Lee Jordan Sr, 75, of Leesburg, FL, was born October 11, 1938 in Moultrie GA. He peacefully transi tioned to be with the Lord on July 8, 2014. A Celebration of Life will be held 11:00A.M., Sat urday, July 19, 2014, at St. Paul AME Church, 110 S. Lake Street, Leesburg, FL, Rev. Ter rell Blair, Pastor, Rev. Tommie L. Jordan, Jr., Of ciating. Public view ing will be conducted from 9:00am, until funeral time. Final In terment will be in the Oak Hill Cemetery, Cl ermont, FL. Arrangements entrusted to Rocker-Cusack Mortuary, Leesburg, FL. www. rockercusackmortuary. comRev. Dr. Christine S. LongRev. Dr. Christine S. Long, 87 of Orlan do. Entered into, eter nal rest on July 7, 2014. Celebration of Life Sat urday, July 19, 2014 at 11am, The Life Center 63 East Kennedy Blvd. Eatonville, Florida. Viewing and Visitation Friday, July 18, 2014 5-8pm. Way of Life Ministries, 638 North Pine Hills Road. Family and friends may sign the guest book at www.hayesbrosfuner als.com. Hayes Bros. Funeral Home, Altamonte Spring Chapel 407-645-4633.DEATH NOTICESAlexander BauerleAlexander Bauerle, 85, of Leesburg, died Sunday, July 13, 2014. Becker Funeral Home, Clermont. JORDAN LONG FRAUDFROM PAGE A3and fund living expens es for his family. That life style included three pric ey cars registered to one of his companies, including a $430,000 Lamborghini Murcielago and a $207,000 Audi R8, federal investigators said. Benevides also was or dered to forfeit $40 million in cash and the cars. DOCTORFROM PAGE A3 INSURANCEFROM PAGE A3area will sustain major re damage. Fire Chief Rex Winn said the department was previously rated about eight years ago and since then has seen improvements in training, dis patch and in the water system with new wells, pumps allowing for bet ter pressure and better placement of hydrants. The guys are very big on the training, they be lieve in it, he said. Property insurance premiums are calculated by insurance companies with the classications, according to a press re lease from the city. Winn said it was also a matter of pride for the department. Its a pride thing for them to be able to say that theyre in that cat egory of the 750 depart ments throughout the U.S. that have this rating, Winn said. He said the whole de partment is, proud of their department and what we do and how quick we get on res and how quick we can get them knocked down. Winn said 40 percent of the score comes from the water department, including where hy drants are located, pressure and water ow for downtown buildings and how hydrants are test ed. He said 10 percent comes from dispatch. The other 50 percent comes from the re de partment, Winn said, and includes training, amount of time and people required on a re scene, how many trucks go to a scene, the re inspection bureau and how often they have in spections, having a ladder truck, if they have a reserve engine, the right equipment on trucks, and if the department teaches kids and homeowners re safety. Eustis scored 89.54 and the highest class two score is 89.99, which means the department was about a half point from a class one ranking, according to the press release and Winn. What a city does is provide service and we want to make sure were providing the best pos sible service to our citizens, Acting City Man ager Dianne Kramer said. This is an objective measure of the kind of service we provide in the re department and this is all without having increased our bud get. Were still doing it with very limited rev enues, but were making the most of taxpay er dollars. APRIL WARRENHalifax Media GroupFourteen members of the regions legal community in cluding Summereld attorney William M. Gladson have submitted applications to the 5th Circuit Judicial Nomination Commission. The applicants are all vying for the opportunity to ll the vacancy left by Judge Brian Lam bert, who was appointed to the appellate bench by Gov. Rick Scott in late May. The commission will inter view all qualied applications on Aug. 8 and then send a short list for consideration to the gov ernor, who will ultimately select a new judge. Scott has 60 days from the time he receives the list to de cide. The 5th Judicial Circuit in cludes Lake, Sumter, Marion, Citrus and Hernando counties. When a circuit vacancy oc curs, it is possible for oth er circuit judges to request a transfer, creating an opening in another area of the circuit that would be lled by the new judge. That did not happen with the current vacancy, ac cording to Chief Circuit Judge Don Briggs, and therefore the new judge will remain in Mar ion County. Circuit judges have jurisdiction in all ve counties, however. Gladson is a former division chief with the 5th Circuits State Attorneys Ofce On Tuesday, 5th Circuit Judicial Nomination Commission chair Derek Schroth saw a ur ry of application activity in the nal hours. I expected more applicants. However, those who applied are quite qualied, and the com mission looks forward to inter viewing each candidate on Aug. 8, Schroth said.Summerfield attorney wants to serve on 5th Judicial Circuit Staff ReportRetired insurance salesman Howard Siler Jr., of Clermont, whose earlier work as the original coach of the Jamai can bobsled team in spired the movie Cool Runnings, was bur ied with military hon ors Monday at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell. The 69-year-old Siler died July 8 at his home. Howard was the original coach of the Jamaican Bobsled Team, and John Candy played Siler in the Disney movie Cool Runnings, the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Federation stated on its Face book page. He (Siler) was a nine-time mem ber of the USA National Bobsled Team, a threetime Olympian and a Team USA coach. We send our deepest condolences to the Cler mont family during this dif cult time. The Becker Funeral Home in Minneola said Siler was born June 18, 1945, in Newport News, Va., son of Doris M. Siler and Howard B. Siler Sr. He served in the U.S. Air Force and received the Airmans Medal. He had been a resident of Clermont since 1998. Surviving him are his wife, Debra Shea Siler, whom he married in May 1997; three daugh ters, Lisa (Pat) Smith, Audra (David Elkins) Claypool and Christi na (Cory) White; and six grandchildren, Ty ler, Morgan, Adrian na, Hunter, Alex and Chase; and several nieces and nephews.Coach who inspired Cool Runnings buried at Florida National Cemetery SILER BUSHNELL smaller starter plants at the site. Workman said the ofcers wanted to get more evidence on Wilson before ar resting him. The ofcers wanted to actually wit ness him cultivating and taking care of the grow site, said Workman. They werent fearful of him not coming back as he had a substantial investment in the site. The following morning, July 10, Workman said Wilson returned to the site on his bicycle to tend and cultivate the plants at which time Sweet and Straub confronted him. The ofcers seized 39 marijuana plants from the site and arrested Wil son on charges of cultivation and damage to public property. Wilson, of Webster, remained in the Sumter County Jail Wednesday in lieu of $5,500 bail. FIELDFROM PAGE A3 Staff ReportOne online fundraising effort is under way for the family of an 8-year-old Mount Dora boy who drowned Monday in South Caro lina. Gavin Quance was found unconscious oating in a family pool in Bluffton, the police department there is reporting. The childs mother, Amanda, called 911 and began per forming CPR un til paramedics ar rived. Gavin was transported to Coastal Carolina Hospital in Hardeville, S.C., where he was pro nounced dead, the po lice department stated in a press release. The boy knew how to swim and was alone in the pool at the time, Bluffton police Maj. Joseph Manning told the Island Packet newspaper in Hilton Head. The youngster played baseball for the Mount Dora Babe Ruth league, where his father, Jim, was a coach. Gavin reportedly attended Round Lake Elemen tary School in Mount Dora and had a young er brother. An online fundraiser Tuesday on gofund me.com, with a goal of generating $20,000, had collected $15,375 to date. A prayer vigil was held at 6 / p.m. Wednes day at St. Edwards Epis copal Church.MOUNT DORAPeople reach out to drowning victims family QUANCE Associated PressORLANDO Security workers at Orlando Internation al Airport are being shown the District of Columbia drivers license after one agents apparent confusion over its validity. Cox Media Group television reporter Justin Gray was head ing back to his Washington home Saturday when he says a Transportation Security Administration agent didnt rec ognize his license and asked for a passport, which Gray wasnt carrying. The reporter says that after further back-and-forth, he realized the agent was not aware what the District of Co lumbia was. Gray eventually made it through security and voiced his complaints to a supervisor and then the rest of the world via Twitter. He says Washington is a bizarre place but a passport isnt needed. WFTV reports that all Orlando TSA agents are being shown copies of the D.C. drivers license.Reporters reminder to TSA: DC is part of USThe applicants are all vying for the opportunity to fill the vacancy left by Judge Brian Lambert, who was appointed to the appellate bench by Gov. Rick Scott.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A5 JULIE PACE and JOHN-THOR DAHLBURGAssociated PressWASHINGTON Struggling to defuse the persistent crisis in Ukraine, both the U.S. and European Union imposed new economic sanctions on Russia Wednesday, with Pres ident Barack Obama declaring that Russian leaders must see that their actions support ing rebels have consequences. Though the Amer ican and European sanctions were coor dinated, they nonetheless exposed ssures in what the West has tried to project as a united front in its monthslong effort to isolate Rus sian President Vladimir Putin. Putin, sounding unperturbed, said the U.S. was only hurting itself. The penalties announced by the White House were broad in scope, targeting two major Russian ener gy rms, a pair of pow erful nancial institutions, eight arms rms and four individuals. Leaders in Europe, which has a far deep er economic relation ship with Russia than the U.S., were more restrained, ordering in vestment and development banks on the continent to suspend nancing agreements with Moscow. In a decision that could affect Russian oligarchs or members of the Kremlin inner circle, the EU leaders also asked their foreign ministers to consider targeting people or companies involved in the unrest in Ukraine. Even the U.S. penalties stopped short of the most stringent actions the West has threatened, which would entail fully cut ting off key sectors of Russias economy. But ofcials said those steps were still on the table if Russia fails to abide by the Wests de mands to stop support for pro-Russian insur gents who have desta bilized swaths of eastern Ukraine. What we are ex pecting is that the Russian leadership will see once again that its actions in Ukraine have consequences, includ ing a weakening Russian economy and in creasing diplomatic isolation, Obama said as he announced the U.S. penalties from the White House. Publicly undismayed, Putin said the new sanctions run counter to U.S. national inter ests because they put American companies that want to operate in Russia at a competitive disadvantage. At a news conference in Brazil, Putin said They are undermining the positions of their energy companies. He said, They made one mistake, and now they insist on making an other one. Until now, the U.S. and Europe have lim ited their sanctions on Europe to travel bans and asset freezes aimed at individuals and en tities, including some with close ties to Putin. DONNA CASSATAAssociated PressWASHINGTON Senate Democrats suffered what looked like a difcult setback on birth control Wednesday, but they hope it pays big political divi dends in November. Republicans blocked a bill that was designed to override a Supreme Court ruling and ensure access to contraception for women who get their health insurance from companies with religious objections. The vote was 56-43 to move ahead on the legislation dubbed the Not My Boss Business Act by proponents four short of the 60 nec essary to proceed. But Democrats hope the issue has enough life to energize female voters in the fall, when Republicans are threatening to take control of the Senate. GOP senators said Wednesdays vote was simply a stunt, political messaging designed to boost vulnerable Democratic incumbents. The GOP needs to gain six seats to seize control. Democrats are just trying to win an election, Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., said bluntly. But Senate Majori ty Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said the Republicans were the ones out of touch with real ity. He promised that Democrats would con tinue to press the issue. Women have proven crucial in electing President Barack Obama and members of his party. And Democrats desperately need a strong turnout as they defend 21 Senate seats to the GOPs 15, many in Republican-leaning states where Obamas abysmal approval ratings are a likely drag. Last month, the Su preme Court ruled 5-4 that requiring closely held companies to pay for various forms of womens contraception to which they object violates the corporations religious freedom. The decision marked the rst time the high court had declared that businesses can hold religious views under fed eral law. Five men on the Supreme Court rolled back the clock on wom en in America, said Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash. A Senate veteran the four-term Murray and an incumbent locked in a tight race Colorados Mark Udall joined forces in push ing the legislation that would have reversed the courts decision by providing access to contraception through insurance plans at busi nesses that object on religious grounds. Republicans asserted that the government must accommodate the deeply held religious beliefs of Americans, including the owners of Hobby Lobby, the Okla homa-based chain of arts and craft stores that challenged the contraceptives provision in the law. ANDREW TAYLORAssociated PressWASHINGTON If theres anything that can unite Democrats and Republicans in the partisan swamp of Cap itol Hill, its free money. The latest example of free money in Washington is a retread proposal called pension smoothing that raises money but doesnt increase anyones taxes. To some peoples way of thinking, thats a win-win sit uation. But others say lose-lose is more like it, arguing that its budget fakery at its worst and that it could undermine pension security for millions of workers. Lawmakers reprised the pension provision Tuesday to help nd money for a govern ment fund that nances highway construction projects, with both Democrats and Republicans getting into the act. The highway bill passed by a sweeping 367-55 vote. Heres how it works: The pension measure would allow companies to reduce the amount that they contribute to their pension funds now and make up for it lat er. Since pension contributions are tax deduct ible, companies would owe more tax revenue in the next few years as more of their earnings are taxed. But in the later years, they would be able to claim higher deductions from larger contributions to their pension funds. Over time, the pension measure doesnt raise revenue. But over the next 10 years the time frame used to estimate the cost of legislation it does. This has budget ex perts crying foul. Just as using the pension changes as a painless budget offset is backed by both liberals and conservatives, think tanks from the left, right and political middle all oppose it as a gimmick. And they warn it could cost taxpayers in the long run because tax payers could be on the hook if an insured pen sion plan cant meet its obligations and has to turn to the govern ments Pension Benet Guaranty Corp. for help. LINDA DEUTSCHAP Special CorrespondentLOS ANGELES A federal judge ruled Californias death penalty unconstitutional Wednesday, writing that lengthy and unpredict able delays have resulted in an arbitrary and un fair capital punishment system. The decision by U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney represents a legal victory for those who want to abolish the death penalty in Califor nia and follows a simi lar ruling that has sus pended executions in the state for eight years. Carney, in a case brought by a death row inmate against the war den of San Quentin state prison, called the death penalty an emp ty promise that violates the Eighth Amendments protection against cruel and unusual punishment. Inordinate and unpredictable delay has resulted in a death penalty system in which very few of the hundreds of individuals sentenced to death have been, or even will be, executed by the State, wrote Carney, a George W. Bush appointee. He noted that death penalty appeals can last decades and, as a result, most condemned inmates are likely to die of natural causes before their executions are car ried out. Carney also wrote that since the current death penalty system was adopted by Califor nia voters 35 years ago, more than 900 people have been sentenced to death, but only 13 have been executed. As for the random few for whom execu tion does become a re ality, they will have lan guished for so long on Death Row that their execution will serve no retributive or deterrent purpose and will be arbitrary, the judge stated. Gil Garcetti, a former Los Angeles County dis trict attorney who has become an anti-death-penalty activist, called the ruling truly historic. It further proves that the death penalty is bro ken beyond repair, he said, calling for capital punishment to be replaced with life in prison without the possibility of parole. Carneys ruling came in a legal petition brought by Ernest Dewayne Jones, sentenced to die in 1994 after be ing convicted of murder ing and raping his girl friends mother. Jones remains on death row with complete uncertainty as to when, or even whether, his execution will come, the judge wrote, adding, Mr. Jones is not alone. Carneys ruling could be appealed by the gov ernor or state attorney general, who both op pose the death penalty. For now, Jones will likely remain on death row.Judge rules Californias death penalty unconstitutional Dems see gains with women in birth control loss J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE / AP Women activists representing the National Womens Law Center, left, and Planned Parenthood, right, stand outside the Senate chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday.Bogus cash pays for roads AP FILE PHOTO Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., attends a hearing on Capitol Hill.US, Europe escalate Russian economic sanctions CHARLES DHARAPAK / AP President Barack Obama speaks at the White House.

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A6 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 CITYOF TA VA RES NOTICEOFELECTIONNovember4,2014 The Ta va resMunicipalElectionwillbeheldon Tu esday,November4,2014forthepurposeofelectingthreenon-partisan Councilmembers. The positionsareforSeatOne, Sea t Thre e, andSeatFourforthetwoyearterm2014-2016.Anelector mayqualifyandrunforonlyone(1)seat.Allcandidatesmust qualifyforelectionbyAugust15,2014.RegistrationofelectorsoftheCityof Ta va reswhohaveregisteredonorpriorto October6,2014at5:00 p. m.willbeprocessedforvotingat theCityElectiontobeheldonthe4thdayofNovember,2014. Forfurtherinformationand/ortoobtainaCandidateforOfcepacketcontainingalldocumentsneededforqualication, pleasecontacttheCityClerk, Ta va resCityHall,201E.Main Street,(352)253-4546.D004182-July17,2014 MANHA TT AN. rfntb KARIN LAUB and IBRAHIM BARZAKAssociated PressGAZA CITY, Gaza Strip The text message was as urgent as it was unwel come: The Israeli army advised Mouin Ghafr to leave his home quickly or risk being killed in airstrikes against Hamas rocket squads. He swiftly sent his wife and 11 children to a dirty U.N. emergency shelter, with more than 40 people crammed in each classroom, but had to endure a night under bom bardment at home after fail ing to nd a safe place for his ailing 75-year-old mother. Such is the life-and-death predicament of tens of thou sands of Gazans being told by Israel to ee targeted ar eas, most with nowhere to go. U.N. shelters lack the space, and relatives, with their own overcrowded homes, often cannot help. Israel says urging residents to evacuate with warn ings delivered through au tomated calls, text messag es and leaets dropped from planes is part of the mili tarys attempt to spare civil ians whenever possible. It holds Hamas responsible for the ordeal of Gazas 1.7 million people, saying Hamas ghters re rockets toward Is rael from residential areas, effectively using civilians as hu man shields. However, rights groups say simply sending warnings does not absolve Israel of responsibility and that those being urged to evacuate need somewhere to go. In Ghafrs case, there was no way he could move his mother, Fawziyeh, after receiv ing the armys text message late Tuesday. The elderly woman, aficted by diabetes, high blood pressure and inconti nence, needs constant care, he said. Conditions were chaotic in the U.N. girls school in a safer area where his wife Mona and their 11 children immedi ately sought refuge. But it was no place for his mother. Instead, he moved her into the living room of the familys home in the Shijaiyah neigh borhood in eastern Gaza City, one of three areas Israel said it would target. Mother and son kept low to the ground, away from the windows. I didnt sleep the entire night from the sound of the bombings, said 48-year-old Ghafr. The walls were shaking and there was a crack in the wall. He said the blasts shattered several windows in the house. On Wednesday morning, Ghafr moved his mother to his sister Leilas apartment in an area deemed somewhat safer. But Leila, 65, had no room for the rest of his family, he said, noting that she lives in a one-bedroom apartment with her husband and four other family members. After getting his mother out of Shijaiyah, where airstrikes continued Wednesday, Ghafr joined his wife and chil dren at the U.N. school. The classroom where his fami ly slept the night before on a bare oor was lled with noisy children, but Ghafr said he preferred the crowded conditions to being at home. Here, we are surrounded by people, he said. We get the feeling we are all together. Ghafrs story highlights the hard choices Gazans face in this war. The Israeli army did not say how many homes it sent the warnings to, but the three ar eas the town of Beit Lahiya and the sprawling Gaza City neighborhoods of Zeitoun and Shijaiyah have a com bined population of well over 300,000 people. Thats far more than can be accommodated in U.N. schools, which cannot shel ter more than 35,000. Cur rently, some 21,000 Gazans are crammed into 24 U.N. schools, said Sami Mshasha, a spokesman for the U.N. aid agency. Moving in with relatives is not an option for most. While familial bonds tend to be strong in Gazas traditional so ciety, families are large and with a severe housing short age homes are crowded. Danger lurks not only in the areas the Israeli military says it will hit. Since the start of cross-border ghting on July 8, Israel has carried out close to 1,900 airstrikes across Gaza. Israel says it is targeting Hamas installations to try to halt Hamas rocket re on Is rael, but more than half of the over 200 Palestinians killed so far have been civilians, according to U.N. gures. Sarit Michaeli of the Israeli human rights group BTselem said more is required under international humanitarian law. The army also needs to make sure the civilian population can act on the warn ings, she said. At the same time, those r ing rockets show utter disre gard for the lives of Israeli ci vilians, but also the lives of Palestinians in the neighbor hoods they are ring from, she said. Yet residents in the target ed areas seem unwilling to blame Hamas. Hassanain, a long-time supporter of Hamas political rival Fatah, said he cheers on the rocket squads. For me, its personal, he said. Every rocket avenges the daily terror that my fam ily has been living through since 2000 when they (Israeli troops) started using tanks for shelling. Rockets now are our last symbol of dignity.Nowhere to go for Gaza civilians told to evacuate LEFTERIS PITARAKIS / AP A woman cries as Palestinians ee their homes in the Shajaiyeh neighborhood of Gaza City, after Israel had airdropped leaets warning people to leave the area on Wednesday. Associated PressDALLAS United Airlines is defending the poisoning of birds at Houstons biggest air port, saying it was for safety reasons. But the airline said Wednesday that it didnt tell its contractor how to control the bird popu lation, and will ask that other methods be considered next time. The contractor laid out corn kernels laced with a bird-killing nerve agent at Bush Intercontinental Airport. People who work around the airport reported seeing grackles and pigeons fall to the ground. Bait manufacturer Avit rol Corp. says a lethal dosage usually causes death within an hour. Airports commonly take steps to shoo away birds, which can be sucked into jet engines. In 2009, a US Airways pilot leaving New Yorks LaGuardia Airport safe ly ditched his plane into the Hudson River after hitting a ock. KEN THOMASAssociated PressWASHINGTON Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren told a group of young Democrats Wednesday that the political system was rigged by powerful lobbyists and the wealthy and made an impas sioned case for reducing burdensome student loans. Vice President Joe Biden said he had been on the front lines of debates over income inequality, climate change and gay marriage. Ive been at the center of most progressive battles for a long, long time, Biden said, in a lengthy speech to Gener ation Progress. He heard shouts of We love Joe, as he exited the stage. Hillary Rodham Clinton remains the dominant gure in Democrats early 2016 discussions but she is beginning to get elbowed by liberals in her party as she con siders a second run for the presidency. Potential 2016 rivals like Biden, Warren and Maryland Gov. Martin OMalley are in the middle of a sum mertime tour of Dem ocratic constituencies, frequently appealing to liberal activists who want a more populist ap proach to the economy and question the deport ing of an inux of immi grant children from Cen tral America. Clinton dominates early 2016 polls and may avoid a signicant primary challenge if she runs for president. Biden has kept all options open, Warren has repeatedly denied interest, while OMalley promotes his record in Maryland as a model in the party and is actively exploring a cam paign. But the jousting shows an inteest in an al ternative, and prepara tions in the event Clinton doesnt run. Ongoing current events give her potential opponents an opportunity to position them selves in contrast to her, said Democratic strate gist Tom McMahon. Biden, who will ad dress the liberal Net roots Nation confer ence in Detroit later this week along with Warren, noted his role as a leading advocate for President Barack Obamas agenda in a wide-ranging speech that touched upon issues like domes tic violence, voting rights and the problems of cor rosive politics. Biden said hes often referred to as middle class Joe, telling the students that the economic bargain of years past had been broken and need ed to be restored. Folks in the middle, they need to be cut into the deal, not cut out, Biden said. The folks at the bottom need to know that they have the chance to climb the ladder. United defends bird killLiberals assessing 2016 race FRANK FRANKLIN II / AP Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton reacts to host Jon Stewart during a taping of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, in New York.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL A7 FrankJolley: Sportseditor.AlabamaCrimsonTidefan.Ye arsofplayingbasketball,baseballandothersports hastakenatollonFrankskneesbutnotonhisspirit. Thepassionforsportsstillburnsbrightlyinthisveteran sportsjournalist.Frankunderstandsthatsportsisabout morethanentertainment.Itsaboutshapingyoung people,buildingcharacter,teachinglifelessons.Itswhy Franklovescoveringsportsasmuchnowashedid playingthemasayoungster. PeoplelikeFrankdelivermorethanthe newstoLakeandSumtercounties. Theydelivercommitmenttoour youngpeople. AHalifaxMediaGroupCompany Nobody deliverslikewedo. ElectricRazor RepairClinicWe dnesday,July23rd We dnesday, Aug ust6th JIM GOMEZ and OLIVER TEVESAssociated PressMANILA, Philippines A typhoon blew out of the northern Phil ippines on Wednesday after causing at least 20 deaths, knocking out power in en tire provinces, damag ing two parked jetliners and forcing nearly half a million people to ee from its lethal wind and rains, ofcials said. The eye of Typhoon Rammasun made a late shift away from Manila, but its peak winds of 93 miles per hour and gusts up to 115 mph forced down trees and electric posts and ripped off roofs across the capital of 12 million people that largely shut down ahead of the deluge. Although Rammasun packed far less power than Typhoon Haiyan, haunting memories of last years horric storm devastation prompted many villagers to rap idly move to safety at the prodding of author ities. Of the half a mil lion people affected by Rammasun, more than 423,000 ed to emergen cy shelters, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council. Ofcials reported at least 20 deaths, mostly people pinned by fall ing trees and electrical posts. PETER LEONARDAssociated PressKIEV, Ukraine In surgents bade tearful farewells Wednesday as they loaded their fami lies onto Russia-bound buses and began hunkering down for what could be the next phase in Ukraines conict: bloody urban warfare. While the pro-Rus sian rebels in the east have lost much ground in recent weeks and were driven from their strong hold of Slovyansk, many have regrouped in Donetsk, an industrial city that had a population of 1 million before tens of thousands by some es timates ed in recent weeks for fear of a gov ernment siege. The rebels also hold the city of Luhansk. Despite the govern ments desire to minimize civilian casualties, Ukraines forces could nd themselves dragged into grueling warfare inside the cities in their battle to hold the coun try together. To respond to this phase ... we evident ly must change tactics, said Valeriy Chaly, deputy head of the presiden tial administration. He refrained from specify ing how. Insurgents in Donetsk appeared be bracing for a bitter ght as they shipped their relatives out of the city. One ghter, who de clined to give his name, told The Associated Press that not having his wife and young daughter with him would free him to concentrate on the battles ahead. It is easier for us this way. It is easier to ght. Your soul is not ripped into two, because when theyre here, you think about war and about your family if they are OK or not, he said. When you know that they are safe, it is easier to go to ght. In other developments: %  en The U.S. imposed new sanctions on Rus sias lucrative energy and defense sectors, as well as certain banks. The penalties signi cantly expand on previous American sanctions, which were limited to Russian individuals and companies. %  en The 28-nation Eu ropean Union lead ers was expected to de cide Wednesday night whether to toughen its own punitive measures against Russia, which is accused of fomenting the unrest in Ukraine by supplying the sepa ratists with ghters and heavy weapons. Moscow denies the allega tion. We need to send a very clear message with clear actions, British Prime Minister David Cameron said. %  en The Pentagon said Russia is building up its forces along the Ukraine border again, with 12,000 troops massed there, reecting a steady increase in recent weeks. ZEINA KARAMAssociated PressBEIRUT In a lavish ceremo ny, a smiling and condent Presi dent Bashar Assad was sworn in for a third seven-year term on Wednesday, praising his supporters for defeating the dirty war and denouncing insur gents who have failed in trying to brainwash you or break your will. As he declared victory, the Western-backed push to topple him or reach a political deal seem increas ingly elusive. And while new conicts in the region have grabbed attention, Syrias 3-year-old civil war is grinding on without reprieve, with 170,000 dead and a third of the country dis placed. While combat continues along all major front line towns and cities across the country opposition ac tivists say more than 400 people have been killed in the past three days alone much of the ghting has now shifted. Rebels once focused on Assads forces are now simultaneously ght ing increasingly belligerent jihad is seeking to expand a cross-border efdom they carved out with neigh boring Iraq. The stunning takeover by militants of the Islamic State group of large ar eas of northern and eastern Syria and parts of neighboring Iraq has created a new adversary for the West one that threatens their national security far more than Assad ever did. No longer the focus of attention, Assads forces continue to steadily advance against rebels in key areas, most recently in Aleppo, Syrias larg est city and a much coveted prize for both sides of the conict. Urban warfare feared in Ukraine fighting SERGEI CHUZAVKOV / APVolunteers take an oath of allegiance to Ukraine before being sent to the eastern part of county to join the ranks of special battalion Azov in Kiev, Ukraine on Wednesday.Syrias Assad declares victory as he starts third term as president Assad declares victo ry as Western-backed push to topple him seems increasingly elusive Typhoon kills 20 in Philippines but Manila largely spared AARON FAVILA / AP Residents wade through oods in Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines on Wednesday.

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A8 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 CURRENCIES Dollar vs. Exchang e Pvs Rate Day Yen 101.71 101.71 Euro $1.3523 $1.3568 Pound $1.7135 $1.7146 Swiss franc 0.8987 0.8959 Canadian dollar 1.0746 1.0760 Mexican peso 12.9209 12.9574 Businessaustin.fuller@dailycommercial.com 352-365-8263 DOW JONES 17,138.20 + 77.52 NASDAQ 4,425.97 + 9.58 S&P 500 1,981.57 + 8.29 GOLD 1,299.80 + 2.70 SILVER 20.80 + 0.03 CRUDE OIL 101.20 + 1.24T-NOTE 10-year2.54 0.01 www.dailycommercial.com BRETT LE BLANC / DAILY COMMERCIAL Workers build the 1,702-square-foot Krystal store at 815 N. 14th Street in Leesburg on Tuesday. KRYSTAL COMING ALONG AUSTIN FULLER | Staff Writeraustin.fuller@dailycommercial.comTwo new restaurants have recently opened at the Lake Square Mall. Patsys Steaks-N-Hoagies opened on July 1, owner Mi chael Johnston said. Ive taken a Philadelphia sandwich shop and opened it in Florida, he said. It replaced Burgers, Fries & Dogs after its lease ran out, Mall General Manager Jennifer Glide well said of the 630-square-foot location. Johnston, who grew up in Philadelphia and has previous experience owning bars and a sub shop in Florida, said he gets his rolls ash frozen and shipped from Amorosos Baking Company in Philadelphia. He also uses real rib eye steak. If you go up and get a chees esteak in Philly, its on an Amo roso roll, Johnston said. Patsys, which is named af ter Johnstons mother, has three employees and also serves Na thans hot dogs, burgers and other items, Johnston said. They are open during mall hours and will start delivering toward the end of September or early October, he added. Stephanie Timmerman, a Umatilla resident who was at the mall with her family on Tuesday, had a steak sandwich from Pat sys. She said it was really good and noted the soft bread. She also said it was better than the previous shops sandwich and the meat is fresher. Another new place to eat, Boba Galaxy, opened at the mall last Friday, according to Andy Truong, who owns the store with his wife, An Nguyen, who runs it. Truong said Boba Galaxy serves smoothies that have bobas in them, which are chewy tapioca balls. They also offer popping pearls, which are balls that burst with liquid avors. He said they have a smoothie store with this concept in the West Oaks Mall in Ocoee, which they opened a year ago and has been successful. They also sell cold subs and are looking to add one or two employees, Truong said. Glidewell said she has had a mango smoothie with strawber ry popping pearls in it from the new smoothie place. Its just a burst of intense a vor, she said. And theyre so good, so refreshing. Boba Galaxy is in a 604-squarefoot space near Books-A-Mil lion, Glidewell said. We needed I think some type of food vendor down in that lo cation. Its a long way to the food court from there, she said. A Dunkin Donuts and Cuba Pichys Cuisine have also both recently opened at the mall, and Ichiban Buffet opened on a mall out-parcel this year. We have some great food es tablishments now here in the mall, Glidewell said.LEESBURGSandwich shop, smoothie store open at Lake Square Mall RYAN NAKASHIMA MAE ANDERSONAP Business WritersAP Business WritersNEW YORK In a move that aims to counter con solidation among TV distributors, Rupert Mur dochs Fox has made an unsolicited takeover offer for rival media giant Time Warner for about $76 bil lion in cash and stock. Time Warner rejected the bid, which amounted to about $86.30 per share, but an analyst called it just a rst attempt in a court ship that would make the combined company as large as Disney in market value. The rejected cash-andstock offer comes on the heels of cable giant Com cast Corp.s proposed $45 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc., which was made in February. It also comes after AT&T Inc. announced in May it agreed to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion. Both deals, if approved by regulators, would help shift the balance of pow er in content negotiations to distributors because of their larger subscriber bas es, which could help contain rising programming costs for things like sports channels. After certain di vestitures, Comcast could end up serving 30 million video customers, while AT&T would serve about 26 million. A big merger among content owners would tilt the balance back toward the media companies. You can get more mon ey negotiating together than you would separate ly, Janney analyst Tony Wible said. Its a chain reaction. There will be more consolidation on the content side in response to consolidation from cable and satellite companies. Time Warner Inc., which owns the Warner Bros. movie studio and TV chan nels such as TNT, TBS and HBO, said Wednesday that it had no interest in fur ther discussions and that it could create more value on its own. Twenty-First Century Fox Inc., which owns the 20th Century Fox movie studio, Fox broadcast network, and TV channels Fox News and FX, said it made the bid last month, but said no discussions were currently ongoing. In a video posted on its website, Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said the com panys own business plan was superior to any pro posal that Fox is in a posi tion to offer. The compa ny also expressed concerns that Fox offered only non-voting stock, something that wouldnt give its shareholders a voice in the merged company. Still, Time Warners stock jumped 17 percent to $83.25 on the news Wednesday, and sever al analysts said that in an environment with cheap access to credit, Murdoch could easily push the bid above $100 per share and still make the deal work. Its the opening salvo, Wible said. It underap preciates the value of Time Warner. MARTIN CRUTSINGERAP Economics WriterWASHINGTON The economy kept expanding in all regions of the coun try in June and early July, helped by strength in con sumer spending, a Feder al Reserve survey released Wednesday indicates. All 12 of the Feds regions reported growth with ve New York, Chicago, Min neapolis, Dallas and San Francisco characterizing growth as moderate while the others reported modest growth. Boston and Richmond reported that growth came in at a slightly slower pace than the previ ous reporting period. The Feds survey, known as the Beige Book, will be used by central bank of cials when they next meet July 29-30 to review inter est rate policies. Analysts expect that the Fed will decide to keep its short-term interest rate at a record low near zero and authorize another reduc tion in its bond purchas es aimed at keeping longterm interest rates low. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who spent two days delivering the Feds policy report to Congress, emphasized that despite recent sizable gains in em ployment, the central bank is in no rush to withdraw the support it is providing to the economy. ALEX VEIGAAssociated PressU.S. homebuilders con dence in the housing mar ket surged this month to the highest level since January, reecting a pickup in sales of new homes and height ened expectations for sales the second half of the year. The brighter sales outlook suggests home construction could pick up in com ing months after a sluggish start this year. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index released Wednesday rose this month to 53, up four points from a revised reading of 49 in June. Readings above 50 in dicate more builders view sales conditions as good. The latest reading is the rst above 50 since January, when it was 56. Builders view of current sales conditions for sin gle-family homes, their outlook for sales over the next six months and trafc by prospective buyers each increased since June. New home sales jumped 18.6 percent in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 504,000, the highest level in six years. That fol lowed a 3.7 percent increase in April. The gains came after declines in February and March. ALEX VEIGAAssociated PressMajor stock indexes rebounded Wednesday, nishing higher for the third time in four days and lifting the Dow Jones industrial average to its second record close this month. Investors had lots of news to consider, including encouraging corporate earnings from Intel, a higher prot forecast from hospital opera tor HCA Holdings and a pickup in homebuilders condence about the housing market. Trading action appeared to get the biggest jolt from the latest batch of corporate deal news. Investors drove up shares in Time War ner 17 percent on news that Twenty-First Century Fox made a takeover bid for the media giant. Other deals involving Apple and IBM as well as slot machine maker International Game Technology also helped lift the market. Its a continuation of what weve really been seeing this year, and its almost a record amount of (mergers and acquisitions) going on, said David Chalupnik, head of equities at Nuveen Asset Management. Weve seen some pret ty good earnings reports across different sectors, said Dave Roda, with Wells Fargo Private Bank.Rejected Fox bid for Time Warner shows growth mood AP FILE PHOTO News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch speaks in Boston. Dow hits new record as earnings soarFed survey sees improved economyHomebuilder confidence up as sales outlook improves AP FILE PHOTO Cranes ll the skyline at the Brickell CityCentre construction site located in the center of the Brickell nancial district in downtown Miami.

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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 Struggling with mobileGoogles latest quarterly earnings should provide insight into the companys efforts to focus on the mobile market. The Internet giant has been struggling to adjust its ad sales strategy as more people shift from desktop and laptop computers to using smartphones and tablets. The upheaval is lowering Googles ad rates, as marketers have been unwilling to pay as much for ads on smaller devices. Google reports second-quarter earnings today.Residential constructionThe Commerce Department reports data today on the number of homes that builders broke ground on in June. The pace of U.S home construction slipped 6.5 percent in May from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.01 million homes. New home sales jumped 18.6 percent in May, and that gain may begin to show up in the construction figures for June.Playtime woes?Wall Street anticipates Mattels second-quarter earnings fell from a year ago. The largest U.S. toy maker, due to report financial results today, is coming off an unexpected first-quarter loss due to weak sales of Barbie toys and increased markdowns on inventory left over from the holiday season. Mattel has been struggling with weakness in core brands like Barbie and Fisher-Price.Source: FactSetHousing startsseasonally adjusted annual rate .80 .95 1.10 million JMAMFJSource: FactSetGOOG $582.66 $567.00 Price-earnings ratio: lost moneybased on trailing 12 month resultsDividend: none 1Q Operating EPS2Q $6.27 est. $6.23est. 1.02 .897 .950 1.07 1.00 2014 .928 500 550 $600 A M J J 2014 Today 1,680 1,760 1,840 1,920 2,000 JJ FMAMJ 1,920 1,960 2,000 S&P 500Close: 1,981.57 Change: 8.29 (0.4%) 10 DAYS 15,000 15,500 16,000 16,500 17,000 17,500 JJ FMAMJ 16,800 16,980 17,160 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 17,138.20 Change: 77.52 (0.5%) 10 DAYS Advanced1711 Declined1376 New Highs125 New Lows22 Vol. (in mil.)3,257 Pvs. Volume3,250 1,998 1,711 1119 1528 60 54NYSE NASDDOW17139.3517061.9117138.20+77.52+0.45%+3.39% DOW Trans.8403.578355.618397.21+52.13+0.62%+13.47% DOW Util.558.86554.13558.72+2.77+0.50%+13.89% NYSE Comp.11024.3210983.3511017.87+52.23+0.48%+5.94% NASDAQ4448.874419.714425.97+9.58+0.22%+5.97% S&P 5001983.941975.671981.57+8.29+0.42%+7.21% S&P 4001420.291405.211410.69-1.68-0.12%+5.08% Wilshire 500020979.1920865.8520934.20+68.35+0.33%+6.23% Russell 20001159.961148.181151.55-2.26-0.20%-1.04%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. YTD StocksRecap AT&T Inc T31.74036.86 36.45+.21 +0.6sss+3.7+7.1111.84 Advance Auto Parts AAP78.910136.12 131.82-.82 -0.6tst+19.1+59.4210.24 Amer Express AXP71.47096.24 94.47+.02 ...rtt+4.1+22.5191.04f AutoNation Inc AN43.56061.29 60.83+.04 +0.1tss+22.4+31.020... 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We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication.You can submit your letters by:Email (preferred) to:letters@dailycommercial.comBy regular mail to:Voices P.O. Box 490007 Leesburg, FL 34749-0007By fax to: 325-365-1951 H ave you ever wondered what makes other people hold the ridiculous political opinions they do? Is it just a matter of them being grumpy and old and therefore mad because the world has changed? There does seem to be a lot of that going around. Or are they really mad in the other sense? Have people who disagree with us taken leave of their senses and become stark raving bonkers, which I believe is the standard psychological classication? It is very satisfying to think so. For one thing, it relieves us, the self-identied sane people, of the obligation to engage further and seriously debate conicting ideas. You are crazy, I am sane, so take my insult and just go away. Theres a lot of that going around, too. You should see my email inbox some weeks. No wonder the nation is in such a ridiculous state, when people on each side think those who disagree with them are psy chologically disturbed. Worse yet, this view has been encour aged from on high in the culture. How many times are we told that liberalism is a mental disorder? The ones who email me this clearly think they are being so darned witty. Of course, they would never have come up with this, if talk show host Michael Savage hadnt written a book with the same name as his contribution to the debasement of humanity. Likewise, Ann Coulter, who has made a career of trying to be caustically cute, also believes liberalism is an aspect of mental illness and claims to have said this rst. Well, thats something to be proud of. But psychological name-calling is apparently a crowded eld. Theres also a book titled The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness, by Lyle H. Rossiter Jr., M.D. The good doctor may not be as well-known as the others, but the description of his book on Amazons website is a classic, a risible tour de force: The Liberal Mind is the rst in-depth examination of the major political madness of our time: The radical lefts efforts to regulate the people from cradle to grave. To rescue us from our troubled lives, the liberal agenda recommends denial of personal responsibility, encourages selfpity and other-pity, fosters government dependency, promotes sexual indulgence, rationalizes violence, excuses nancial obligation, justies theft, ignores rudeness, prescribes complaining, etc., and on into the night. Gosh, at least we liberals are kind to our pets. As a liberal living an untroubled life who strongly believes in personal responsibility and who cant ignore gross rudeness, I can say that I personally know no liberal whose beliefs t the description above. When it comes to psychological distur bance, I can only kindly suggest: Physician, heal thyself. My favorite conservative slur (irony alert) is one I blush to write, although it has taken its slimy place in common parlance libtard. Of unknown author ship, it is the daily-double winner in the offensiveness sweepstakes. It takes the word liberal and combines it with retard. How clever! How amusing! How totally bereft of human decency a person must be to be so amused. But it is true liberals also have waded into the same murky waters in their attempts to paint conservatism as a mental disorder. They just havent been as successful despite a seemingly plentiful supply of material to work with the conservatives irresistible impulse to shut down the government periodically, an obsessive belief that Amer ica would be better off if fewer people had medical insurance, an unfounded dread of Sharia law taking over what is seen as a Christian country. Actually, recent scientic studies have suggested a genetic explanation for political prefer ence, so maybe Savage and his ilk are vaguely onto something, although if liberalism is a mental disorder, then conservatism is logically one too. Maybe we are not quite the masters of our own political souls as we like to think. May be we didnt come to our beliefs by studying the political party platforms, but through old-fashioned self-interest, family inuence or tradition or some deep emotional or psychological need we barely recognize. A recent New York Times story suggested that your birth year may inuence your political views. Happy birthday to you, or not. Call me mentally ill, but it seems to me the nation urgently needs to nd ways to disagree without being disagreeable. If you dont call me stark raving, I wont call you bonkers unless you contact me personally to say otherwise, in which case I am happy to take your word for it.Reg Henry is deputy editorial-page editor for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Readers may email him at rhenry@post-gazette.com.OTHERVOICES Reg HenryMCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Let us agree to disagree like sane people Commenting on the execution of a French nobleman by Napoleon, the French diplomat Talleyrand supposed ly observed: It was worse than a crime it was a blunder. That consummate expres sion of realpolitik certainly applies to the al leged U.S. espionage operation in Germany that has strained relations between the two countries. Following the arrest of a German intelligence ofcer who told his superiors that he had been recruited to spy for the Central Intelligence Agency, the government of Chancellor Angela Merkel announced last week that the representative of the U.S. intelligence services at the U.S. Embassy has been asked to leave Germany. (The German government reportedly is investigating whether a second ofcial had been spying for the U.S. as well.) The expulsion of the CIAs station chief in Ber lin is an embarrassing reproach to the United States, which considers itself one of Germanys closest allies, and reects long-standing resentment of hyperactive intelligence collection by the U.S. The move comes eight months after Merkel complained to President Barack Obama about reports that the U.S. had long listened in on her cellphone conversations. The recruiting of the German ofcial appar ently took place before the uproar over electronic eavesdropping on Merkel and other European leaders revealed by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. But it would have been reckless of the CIA at any point in recent history to try to turn an ofcial of a friendly government whose support is vital in several initiatives of importance to the U.S., from talks with Iran about its nuclear program to negotiations with Russia on Ukraine. Most governments, including the United States, engage in espionage against even friendly nations. But, even if it can be justied in the abstract, spying on a close ally is as likely to undermine as to enhance the security of the U.S. The case against spying on Germany is especially compelling. Though Merkel is reliably pro-American, other members of her coalition government are more critical of U.S. policy, as is much of German public opinion. The CIA particularly is held in ill repute because of its role in the rendition and tor ture of suspected terrorists during the George W. Bush administration. Even before the latest revelations, Merkel was under pressure to distance herself from the United States. That pressure wont relent just because she has sent the CIA station chief packing. Merkel said last week that Germany and the U.S. shouldnt waste energy spying on each other. Obama should make sure that the CIA and other intelligence agencies understand and act on that message.Distributed by MCT Information Services.AVOICEWhen friends spy on each other Classic DOONESBURY 1976Maybe we are not quite the masters of our own political souls as we like to think. Maybe we didnt come to our beliefs by studying the political party platforms, but through old-fashioned self-interest, family influence or tradition or some deep emotional or psychological need we barely recognize.

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SPORTS EDITOR FRANK JOLLEY 352-365-8268Sportssports@dailycommercial.com B1DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014www.dailycommercial.comLSU: Tigers keeping positive after NFL departures / B4 FRANK JOLLEYSPORTS EDITOR Jonathan Lucroy made history on Tuesday night in Minneapolis during Major League Baseballs an nual All-Star game. The former Umatilla High School standout became the rst graduate from an area school to start or play for that matter in baseballs midsummer classic. And to top it all off, Lucroy proved he deserved to be in the starting lineup by cranking out a pair of doubles with two RBIs. In other words, he was responsible for plating 67 percent of the National Leagues run production in a 5-3 loss. But, even more than that, Lucroy proved to every youth baseball player in Lake and Sumter counties that they can reach the big stage. Now if Milwaukee where Lucroy plays catcher can reach the World Series, the message hell be sending will be immense. When I was younger, too many years ago to boast about, I remember spending my summers on the sandlots in west Orange County. A group of us would get together and spend the day playing and more impor tantly pretending to be Bob Gibson or Hank Aar on or Willie Mays or Nolan Ryan.All-Star game big for Lucroy, Lake CountyYouth movementA new generation of players emerging at golfs oldest major DOUG FERGUSONAP Golf WriterHOYLAKE, England Even when hes not the favorite, Tiger Woods is still the show at the British Open. Woods earned that attention by pil ing up majors at a faster rate than any one in history, and the attention is just as great now because his recent past includes back surgery and his imme diate future is more uncertain than ever. ESPN plans to show his entire round online Thursday. Not to be overlooked at golfs oldest championship, however, is a new generation of stars. Rickie Fowler and Harris English will be playing ahead of him. Two groups behind will be Jordan Spieth and Hide ki Matsuyama. They are among 25 players who share a bond that speaks to the state of golf. Woods has never won a major during their professional careers. Yes, they saw his dominance on TV. They just never experienced it. They were not around for the decade when Woods won majors with regu larity, sometimes by a record score, sometimes by a record margin. They missed the days that were so Tiger-centric a player couldnt get through an interview without being asked something about Woods. Tiger ruined a lot of guys lives, Charles Howell III, a longtime friend of Woods who lived through those times, said earlier in the year. He caused a lot of people some sleepless Sunday nights. But he also motivated an entire generation behind him. Howells point was that while the next generation might have been in awe of Woods, being outside the are na allowed them to study him without getting scarred. They learned from the way he worked. They were more prepared than the generation before them. The talk at this British Open is that it is more open than ever. But then, thats been the case since Woods won his last major six years ago. Since that 2008 U.S. Open, 19 play ers have won majors, and no one has won more than two. In the 24 majors leading up to his last major, Woods won six, Phil Mick elson won three and no one else won more than one. LAURENT CIPRIANI / AP Andrew Talansky of the U.S. strains as he rides alone 20 minutes behind the pack because of back pain during the 11th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday. YOUTH IS SERVEDPLAYER COUNTRY AGE Ryo Ishikawa Japan 23 Hideki Matsuya Japan 22 Patrick Reed USA 23 Jordan Spieth USA 20 SEE GOLF | B2SEE COLUMN | B2 JAMEY KEATENAssociated PressOYONNAX, France Sit ting on a roadside guard rail, wincing and rubbing his lower back, Andrew Talansky looked ready to quit the Tour de France in the middle of Stage 11. The Tours Web site and French TV commentators said his race was over. So did some English-language Twitterati. The Pit Bull proved them wrong.USs Talansky shows tenacity in 11th stage at Tour de FranceSEE TALANSKY | B3 BUTCH DILL / AP Missouri coach Gary Pinkel speaks to the media at the Southeastern Conference media days on Wednesday in Hoover, Ala. DAVID BRANDTAssociated PressHOOVER, Ala. Mis souri made a surpris ing run to the top of the Southeastern Confer ences Eastern Division in just its second year in the league. Staying on top might be even more of a chal lenge. The Tigers lost a huge chunk of their team af ter nishing 12-2 last season, including 7-1 in the SEC. Only nine start ers return, including just four on offense. But new starting quar terback Maty Mauk was condent during Mis souris appearance at SEC Media Days on Wednesday. In his mind, this is no rebuilding year for the Tigers. People can say and do what they want, but we know what we have, Mauk said. We have playmakers. We have an offensive line that is healthy coming back. Unproven Missouri still confident in SEC football SEE MISSOURI | B3People can say and do what they want, but we know what we have. We have playmakers ... Maty Mauk, Missouri QB Alabama-USC set to play in 2016 Cowboys ClassicAssociated PressARLINGTON, Texas Alabama and Southern California are set for their first regular-season matchup since some storied games in the 1970s. The Crimson Tide and the Trojans will play in the 2016 Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas. The Labor Day weekend season opener at the Dallas Cowboys stadium will be held Sept. 3, 2016. AP PHOTOS CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed, Hideki Matsuya and Ryo Ishikawa.

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Two days earlier, the pain and damage from two recent crashes had already ended Talanskys outsider hopes of victory. He began Wednesdays 187.5-kilometer (116.3-mile) hilly ride from Besan con to Oyonnax in east ern France in 26th place nearly 15 minutes behind race leader Vincenzo Nibali. The Italian retained the yellow jersey Wednesday by nishing right behind Frances Tony Gallopin, who won Stage 11 in a bold late breakaway. Talansky, nursing a sore back, had bad luck compound his misery early in the stage: He blew a tire and got left behind. Because he was no longer in contention to win the Tour in Par is on July 27, his team mates didnt wait up. Straining, he couldnt make up the difference alone, but pressed on anyway. When Talansky, clear ly in agony, stopped on a roadside and sat down with about 60 kilome ters left, Garmin-Sharp sporting director Robert Hunter who as a rider became the rst South African to win a Tour stage and other two other staffers pulled up in a team car. He thought that maybe it was time to stop the Tour. He sat down ... thought about it, and decided to con tinue, said Hunter. If he wants to ght on and get to the nish, the only way were going to get there is by ghting. Thats his character and the way the team works as well. Hunter continued to pour on encouragement from the car as Ta lansky resumed riding. Under race rules, Talansky who wouldve liked to be a journalist if not a cyclist faced a deadline: Because it was a hilly, relatively long stage, he had to n ish with a time no more than 14 percent greater than that of Gallopin. It added up to roughly 37 minutes, race ofcials said. He nished 32:05 back, with a 20-second penalty for taking too long a pause. Other riders might have calculated that it would be wiser not to risk worsening an injury so early in a promis ing career. But Talansky was running on deter mination, and wanted to make it through the stage. I just wanted to make it to the nish ... for my team and the work that theyve put into this Tour for me, he said at the team bus after strag gling to the nish. TALANSKYFROM PAGE B1I just wanted to make it to the finish ... for my team and the work that theyve put into this Tour for me. I didnt just want to stop and go home that way after everything theyve done for me.Andrew Talansky MISSOURIFROM PAGE B1We have a quarterback with experience and we have a de fense. Mauk earned quite a bit of experience last season as a redshirt freshman when starter James Franklin went down with an injury, making four starts and throwing for 1,071 yards, 11 touchdowns and just two interceptions. He also rushed for 229 yards and a touchdown. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said he wasnt surprised Mauk played so well in difcult SEC environments last season and expects rapid improvement this fall. Hell have three experienced lineman blocking for him, which should help. (Mauks) a winner. Players know it, Pinkel said. Hes a remarkable competitor. They know it. They respect the way he leads because he leads in a very, very positive way. There are some questions about who will be Mauks primary targets this season in the passing game. The teams top return ing receiver junior Dorial Green-Beckham was dis missed from the team in April. Bud Sasser is the most experienced receiver returning. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound senior caught 26 passes for 361 yards and a touchdown last season. But even with the question marks, Missouri enters the season with nearly universal respect across the league af ter they made their impressive run through the Eastern Divi sion. The Tigers lost to Auburn in the SEC championship game. Pinkel said recruiting has im proved and the experience was tremendously positive. But this is a new year, Pin kel said. Its a great challenge. We want to continue to com pete at a high level. Thats our challenge this year as we go into year number three. BOB BAUMAssociated PressPHOENIX After a tough rst season in the WNBA, Brit tney Griner is blossoming into the player everyone thought she would be, all the while embracing her status as a role model for gay youth. We need more people in the LGBT community to step up and be role models, she said. I denitely take that on. Last season, after a re cord-setting career at Baylor, Griner came out and wrote a candid memoir, In My Skin, that was critical of her college coach, Kim Mulkey. And she wasnt dominating games the way people had projected. The book wasnt a distrac tion, really, Griner said. Just all the media from last year, being a rookie, was crazy. After playing in China during the WNBA offseason, Griner returned to the Phoe nix Mercury stronger and more condent. As teammate Diana Taurasi said, Shes a to tally different player. Shes gained her con dence back, her aggression, Taurasi said, her condence on what she wants to do on the court, and obviously defensively shes a huge force. Griner, marvelously uid at 6-foot-8, had her second dunk of the season in a victory Tuesday, when Phoenix won its 11th in a row and improved to a league-leading 17-3 record. She went to China and she really put the work in, Mer cury rst-year coach Sandy Brondello said, and shes put the work in here every day weve been here. So its about getting physically strong and just understanding, OK, these are the things I need to work on to be a force in this league. With Taurasi, Griner will represent the Mercury in the WNBA All-Star game Saturday in Phoenix. She is averaging 15.2 points, up from 12.6 as a rookie. Shes pulling down 8.2 re bounds per game, up from 6.3. And, of course, she excels in blocked shots. Her 77 blocks in 21 games this sea son are more than six WNBA teams. The dunks get the most at tention. She has four in 45 games. The rest of the WNBA has six in 3,990 games.Griner blossoming in WNBA after rough first year ROSS D. FRANKLIN / AP Mercurys Brittney Griner shouts in celebration after scoring against the Storm during a game last month in Phoenix. JAY COHENAssociated PressCHICAGO Stan Bowman sounded like a proud father as he told stories about Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane. The general manager of the Chicago Blackhawks reminisced about Kane staying with his family during his rookie season, and described the scene when Toews became the youngest captain in team history. There were lots of smiles and some laugh ter Wednesday as Bow man joined Toews and Kane at a news confer ence to celebrate the twin contract extensions for the high-scor ing forwards that run through the 2022-23 season. You have become two of the symbols of the renaissance of the Chicago Blackhawks, said John McDonough, the team president and CEO. Were very proud of that. And youve also become a very respect ed brand in Chicago and throughout the National Hockey League and throughout sports. I dont know if its Kane and Toews, I dont know if its Toews and Kane, but I know its powerful, its impactful and its really respected. The Blackhawks have enjoyed a long run of success since they grabbed Toews with the No. 3 selection in the 2006 draft, and then se lected Kane with the top overall pick the fol lowing year. Each play er made their debut in October 2007, and the Blackhawks 366 com bined wins in the regu lar season and playoffs since the 2007-08 cam paign ranks third in the NHL for that stretch, according to STATS. The eight-year con tracts, which were an nounced last week, are worth $84 million apiece for an average annual value of $10.5 million. Each player has one year left on their ve-year extensions from December 2009. Growing up as an average hockey player and hockey fan, I dont think you really expect situ ations like this to happen so Im very hum bled and honored to say that a contract like this has been given to me and the trust and faith is there to be here for a long time, Kane said. While the contracts position the Black hawks to contend for years to come, they also could lead to some difcult salary-cap decisions for Bowman. He already needs to pare more than $2 million from his payroll to get under this years cap of $69 million, and the huge deals for Toews and Kane dont kick in until next year. We put a lot of time and effort into drafting, developing and nd ing young players who are going to come and surround these stars, Bowman said. Blackhawks celebrate extensions for Toews, Kane NAM Y. HUH / AP Rocky Wirtz, left, President of Wirtz Corporation and Chairman of the Blackhawks smiles as he listens to Jonathan Toews during a news conference at the United Center in Chicago on Wednesday.

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B4 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 AP PHOTOS LEFT: Athletics Josh Donaldson hits a two run homer off San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Tim Hudson last Thursday in San Francisco. RIGHT: Giants starting pitcher Tim Hudson throws against the Athletics in their game last week. JANIE MCCAULEYAP Baseball WriterOAKLAND, Calif. The small-budget Oakland Ath letics are baseballs best team at the break in a divi sion featuring some of the sports highest-paid stars. The San Francisco Giants are right in the chase for the NL West title despite recent stumbles. Bay Area baseball has delivered a stellar rst half. Its only mid-July and there is already talk of a special October and, perhaps, the rst Bay Bridge Series since 1989. California could have four teams still playing into October. The two organizations in Northern California have set the tone. Itd be hard to nd two teams in the same city do ing as well as we are, said Giants right-hander Tim Hudson, who began his ca reer with the As. Its real ly exciting for all of the fans from both sides of the bay. Theyve had the opportunity over the years to have some really fun teams to watch, World Series-caliber teams every year. New York cant say that, L.A. cant really say that. Its been fun. Oakland, a major leaguebest 59-36 and the two-time defending AL West champi on, produced a pair of sixgame winning streaks behind its reliable starting pitching. And general man ager Billy Beane pulled off a July 4 trade with the Cubs that brought Jeff Samardzi ja and Jason Hammel to a deep rotation that lost Jar rod Parker and A.J. Grifn to season-ending elbow injuries that required surgery. We could probably go seven deep, As manager Bob Melvin said. Tommy Milones in Triple-A right now and with the numbers hes put up, it means were creating a lot of depth to withstand whatever could potentially happen coming up in the second half. Several offseasons ago, Beane committed to build ing from the bottom of the minor league system on up to make sure his club had the depth to withstand in juries, and that philosophy is working even in a tal ented division that includes Robinson Cano in Seattle and power hitters Josh Ham ilton and Albert Pujols of the Angels. Oakland had its most wins ever before the All-Star break, and its six All-Stars were most for the As since 1975. Theyve done a great job of stacking this team and this organization with guys who can get the job done at this level, Oakland right elder Josh Reddick said. With the last two and now a third year, were proving that were here to be a true competitor and were showing that with the best record in baseball right now. It gives us condence to know that he (Beane) is wanting to go for the whole thing just as much as we are. In each of the past two Octobers, the Tigers have eliminated Oakland in division series that went the vegame maximum. The Giants, winners of the 2010 and World Series, missed the playoffs last year and hope they can get back on a roll like the team across the bay. At 52-43, they are one game behind the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers, and Tim Lincecum has won four straight starts for the rst time since April 2010. No question, the Giants have really established something here for a long period of time, Melvin said. Its difcult to not only win a World Series, win two out of four, and be in the posi tion theyre in right now. It could be really exciting for the Bay Area. The Giants are counting on some reinforcements in the second half. Center elder Angel Pagan and sec ond baseman Marco Scuta ro come back from injuries to give San Francisco the roster it envisioned. It led the NL West by 9 1/2 games when it was 42-21 on June 8, but has struggled since then. The Giants were outscored 19-7 in losing three out of four in their recent interleague series with the As. Their boats just kind of been going in a steady direction and were just try ing to get ours on that path as well, said Lincecum, who pitched his second no-hit ter in 11 months against San Diego on June 25. You get into those ruts and you try to look for how to get out of them and I think its just doing what you did beforehand, not necessarily putting so much emphasis on getting out of it. Despite injuries, small crowds and even sewage problems in their home sta dium, the As have found a way to win. Weve had contributions everywhere, assistant gen eral manager David Forst said. Its certainly been not unlike any other year where weve had to tinker and turn over the roster as we go. ... The players are unfazed by any changes we make. They just go out and play for three hours a day, and theyve played great.Athletics, Giants give Bay Area high hopes for the postseasonItd be hard to find two teams in the same city doing as well as we are. Its really exciting for all of the fans from both sides of the bay. Theyve had the opportunity over the years to have some really fun teams to watch, World Series-caliber teams every year. New York cant say that, L.A. cant really say that. Its been fun.Tim Hudson, Giants pitcher Associated PressSYLVANIA, Ohio Some like to see their name in lights. Beatriz Recari was thrilled to see hers bolted to a light pole. The name of each years winner of the Marathon Clas sic is placed on the signs along the main drag of this Toledo suburb. Its really cool, said Recari, a 27-year-old Spaniard who has won three times on the LPGA Tour. Its obviously a great bonus not only to get this trophy and everything that comes along with it. But to get your own street for a year, thats pretty special. Recari has become a more of a household name as her career blossomed in the last year. After winning the Kia tournament, she outdueled Paula Creamer down the stretch to also win the Mara thon. While collecting more than $1 million in checks, she placed sixth in the tours play er of the year standings, n ished 3-1-1 for the victorious European side at the Solheim Cup and contended at last weeks Womens British Open. She began the nal round at Royal Birkdale three shots back of the leader but faded to a tie for 17th with a 79. I had a little bit of a slow start rst half of the year, but feel like everything is coming along, she said, referring to lower back and hip problems. Im working on things that feel good for me. Im healthy and t. I had a very good per formance last week, and Im very happy with my practic ing. Mo Martin, who won the Womens British Open with a closing 72, is still adapting to the title of major champion. Its denitely been a whirlwind, she said of arriving in Ohio after several connecting ights and lots of frequent-i er miles. I hadnt even turned my phone on. When I eventu ally did get here, I turned my phone on and it kind of exploded, everybody just congratulating me. She also got a pat-on-theback letter from no less than legend Arnold Palmer. Recari and Martin arent the only prominent players to keep an eye on this week. Creamer, who won the tournament formerly known as the Jamie Farr in 2008, always plays well at Highland Meadows. She is one of the most pop ular players in the eld every year. Yeah, I love this golf course, she said. I shot 60 here (in the rst round in ). I have a lot of really good memories. This just ts my game. Theres also local favorite Stacy Lewis a Toledo native whos ranked No. 1 in the world.Defending LPGA champ aims to keep Ohio sign SCOTT HEPPELL / AP Beatriz Recari holds her ball after her putt on the 11th green during the third day of the British Open at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club, in Southport, England, last week. STEVE DOUGLASAssociated PressHOYLAKE, England Justin Rose and 18 other Englishmen have a two-fold mission at the British Open: end their countrys 22-year wait for a champion and lift the gloom hanging over Englands woeful sporting summer. In the past two months, Englands football team has made its earliest exit from a World Cup since 1958, Chris Froomes defense of his Tour de France title lasted ve stages before crashing out and the winless run of Englands cricket team extended to nine tests its worst sequence in 21 years. Throw in a whitewash of Englands rugby team in three tests against New Zealand and Englands sport-loving public has had nothing to cheer. Maybe Englands golfers at Royal Liverpool can end the misery. The last couple of summers have been so fan tastic for British sport, said Rose, referring to the London Olympics in 2012 and its sporting legacy that hung over until 2013. But for whatever rea son, this year, not so much. (The fans) will be behind anybody that gets their name on the leaderboard this week, from an English perspective. And theres great English play ers that have an opportunity to win. It would be fantastic it can make the summer. Nick Faldo was the last Englishman to win the British Open, at Muireld in Scotland in 1992. And England has to go back further for its last Open Championship winner on home soil Tony Jack lin at Royal Lytham in 1969. Its biggest hope this week is the No. 3-ranked Rose. English look to golfers to lift sporting gloom BUTCH DILL / AP LSU coach Les Miles speaks to the media at the Southeastern Conference media days on Wednesday in Hoover, Ala. DAVID BRANDTAssociated PressHOOVER, Ala. The NFL has taken another big chunk out of LSUs roster. As usual, coach Les Miles just shrugs, says thats part of the job and plans to replace them with guys who are just as good or bet ter. The Tigers had nine players se lected in Mays draft including several underclassmen but expectations are still very high in Death Valley. LSU returns 13 starters from last season, includ ing most of the offensive line. Miles called linemen Lael Col lins and Jerald Hawkins two of the nest tackles in our league during his time on the podium at SEC media days on Wednes day. Collins said no one is concerned about trying to replace so much talent from last season. I just feel our coaches do a great job preparing us for what ever, so when we do lose a lot of guys to the NFL our young er guys are ready to go, Collins said. Collins and Hawkins should help protect the Tigers new quarterback. Miles said the po sition battle continues between sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshman Brandon Harris. It will be a very competitive event from the start to the n ish, Miles said. Cam Camer on, a guy whos made a career mentoring quarterbacks, is our offensive coordinator, and hell do exactly the right things with those guys. Jennings or Harris will be re placing Zach Mettenberger, who threw for 3,082 yards and 22 touchdowns last season. Whoever wins the job should have plenty of help from the teams running backs. LSU keeping positive after NFL departures

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C2 DAILY COMMERCIAL Thursday, July 17, 2014 D004213 Tu es da y Ju ly 22nd,2014 at 3PM loving but unreliable, and hes been off nding himself in Alaska. Mom moves the fami ly to Houston so she can go back to school and get her degree. She ends up marrying her psy chology professor (an excellent Marco Perella), and its a catastro phe he turns out to be a dangerous, angry drunk. (These scenes are harrowing.) Olivia escapes with her kids, begins a teach ing career, makes another bad husband choice. Meanwhile, Dad grows up, remarries, has a baby. Sister Sam morphs from a precocious young girl who sings Britney Spears Oops I Did It Again to an awkward preteen with braces to a cocky teenager, who responds to a demand to dust the house: I mean, who DUSTS anymore? The lms full of fun cultural markers. Cellphones become smartphones. Masons GameBoy becomes an Xbox. Political talk ranges from George Bush and the Iraq invasion to the Obama-McCain race in 2008 and later develop ments. The soundtrack carefully echoes the changing times. And in a prescient moment, dad and son discuss whether there should ever be a Star Wars sequel. (They decide it wouldnt work. Ha.) The lm, shot entirely in the disappearing 35mm format, feels so much like a documentary that occasionally pieces of clearly scripted dialogue sound forced. But thats rare. Mostly the actors blend seam lessly with Linklaters naturalistic style. Ar quette is heartbreaking as a mom who tries so hard, but always comes up short. Hawke contin ues to do his best work with Linklater, seemingly his artistic soul mate. But the actor who will stay with you the most is Coltrane. Late in the lm, an adult who hasnt seen Mason in years squints and says, Mason, is that YOU? If youre like me, you may nd yourself smiling knowingly, with even a tinge of pride. Because by this time, we dont just know Mason; Mason is ours. Thats the simple brilliance of Linklaters achievement. Boyhood, an IFC Films release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for language including sexual references, and for teen drug and alcohol use. Running time: 166 minutes. Four stars out of four. BOYHOOD FROM PAGE C1 IFC FILMS / AP Ellar Coltrane is shown at age 6 in a scene from the lm, Boyhood.all seats are $24 (no charge for infants). The kids will love the local fauna, and mom and dad will enjoy hear ing about the historic homes, celebrity sightings and movie-production stories. There also is a 2-hour sunset cruise option two days a week (seasonally) Tuesday and Satur day evenings. After youre done exploring the downtown Waterfront Park and Playground, make a quick stop to Southern Sweets Ice Cream Par lor. This old-fashioned ice cream parlor will be a hit with the entire family. Complete with soda fountains, handdipped ice cream and marble tabletops, it offers everything from ice cream cones to banana splits to egg cremes. The parlor also has homemade brownies and pralines, a must try. If your sweet tooth still isnt satised, and perhaps youd like a unique souvenir to take home, pay a visit to The Lollipop Shop. Not only do they carry every kind of candy (and sweet beverage) even hard-to-nd retro stuff but you can buy candy in many ways: by the piece, the pound, the box or the stuffed animal. Thats right you (or your child, should you feel so generous) can choose from two sizes and about two dozen styles of stuffed toys, which come hollow, so to speak. You then stuff your toy full of candy from the baskets in the store, and when its full, they close it up, name it, and give you a birth certicate for your new buddy. They also give you a box of stufng to take with you, so that when the candy is eaten, you have a soft and cuddly toy to keep forever. This was nearly everyones favorite nd, and one that we will surely visit again next time we are in the area. Two restaurants the whole crew will enjoy are Fat Patties and The Foolish Frog. Fat Patties will strongly appeal to the burger-loving crowd, although they have so much more then burgers (also serving items such as bratwurst, salads and sandwiches). The patties (hence the name) can be ordered with nearly any topping, cheese, bun, sauce and even several choices of meat or vegetarian patties. (For example, not only a shrimp patty, but also a half-beef, half-bacon patty.) Fat Patties also offers an amazing selection of craft beers. They have 19 on draft, including at least six from hyper-local breweries (from Charleston to Atlanta). They also make ice cream on location, in small (thus fresh) batches. While they always have the tradi tional vanilla, chocolate and (most-popular avor) Burnt Marshmallow, you can also get seasonal favorites such as Local Peach Cobbler, Pineapple Upside-Down Cake, Maple Bacon Pancake or Spiced Pumpkin. The staff couldnt be friendlier (even if you have a motley child or two) and will gladly give you recommendations. Mine is to eat at Fat Patties as soon as you can get to town. If its authentic Southern Lowcountry food you are seeking, head to the Foolish Frog. Specializing in seafood, steak and barbeque, it also has a small kids menu. You can eat indoors or outside on a back patio with a wetland view and roof or umbrellas to shade you from the Southern sun. Dinner is a great time to stop by, as the sunset views are lovely. And if you like pulled pork, theirs is excellent. Before you head home, visit Hunting Island State Park. Voted one of the top beaches in the state and also one of the most popular state parks in South Carolina, its a stop everyone will look for ward to. Bring your beach gear and a picnic, or grab some food at a nearby food stand. There is a cute hut run by the park that sells ice cream and souvenirs. If you have the South Carolina state park passport, make sure you collect your stamp! (If you dont, here is a great place to grab one.) Once you dry off (or better yet, before you get wet), climb the 167 steps in the spiral staircase to the top of the lighthouse. For $2 and a little sweat, you can get one of the best views of the area available. (Open from March through February; hours vary seasonally.) BEAUFORT FROM PAGE C1 SAMANTHA FEUSS / MCT Lighthouse at Hunting Island State Park in South Carolina. LYNN ELBERAP Television WriterLOS ANGELES Emmy voters may need to steel them selves to sort through this years top nomi nees: a macabre, medi eval-style tale; a meth kingpin and his violent downfall; a bleak mystery about detectives tracking a ritual kill er, and a heartbreaking saga of the AIDS epi demics roots. Small-screen fare has steadily been pushed into bolder, even bril liant territory by cable and, now, online offer ings, and its enticing the TV academy to recognize programs that are more emotionally and dramatically complex as well as sex ually explicit and, for better or worse, much more violent. In this widely pro claimed golden age of television-plus, the brutal fantasy saga Game of Thrones, based on the work of novelist George R.R. Martin, emerged Thursday as the lead ing nominee with 19 nods. Dramas Breaking Bad and True Detective and movie The Normal Heart are among the other front-runners. Thats just for starters. The self-evidently titled American Horror Story: Coven, along with Fargo, a riff on the black comedy lm of the same name, are provocative miniseries hopefuls for the awards airing on NBC in August. The academys broadening embrace includes individual performers as well. They gay rights group GLAAD saluted Laverne Coxs guest-ac tress nod for Orange is the New Black as the rst for an openly transgender person. Emmy has welcomed Game of Thrones leads field with 19 Emmy nods MACALL B. POLAY / AP Natalie Dormer, left, Jack Gleeson and Peter Dinklage, right, are shown in a scene from Game of Thrones.SEE EMMY | C3

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DORASunris e Dent al Tr i-D ental r ffnt bb fConsultation and Second Op inion No Ch arge!n t t NEW PA TIENTSPECIAL COMPLETESETOFX-RAYS(D0210) CLEANINGBYHYGIENIST(D110) EX AMINATIONBY DO CTOR(D0150) SECONDOPINION$49Reg.$155(INABSENCEOFGUMDISEASE ) D002409 change before, giving a best-drama award to breakthrough 1980s po lice drama Hill Street Blues for its unprece dented grit and hones ty. But it took four tries for Breaking Bad, one of the most lavish ly praised TV series ever but with an anti-hero at its center, to capture a best drama trophy. It won last year. Whether 21st-century voters will go far enough to crown Game of Thrones with the top drama award is an intriguing question. With the exception of Lost, shows that fall within the fantasy and scigenres have fallen short, although they have reaped oth er awards such as Pe ter Dinklages 2011 supporting actor award for Game of Thrones. Hes nominated again this year. Voters like shows that feel more real and important in terms of todays social or political topics, said Tom ONeil, author of The Emmys and organizer of the Gold Derby awards website. The best drama con tenders besides the nicknamed GOT are Breaking Bad, Downton Abbey, House of Cards, Mad Men and True Detective. Netixs political thriller House of Cards, which made a breakthrough last year as the rst online series nominated for a major award, has the chance again at Emmy victory. The prison-set Orange is the New Black, also from Netix, leaped that barrier on the ip side this time around with a bid for best com edy series, along with a nod for star Taylor Schilling. Also competing for best comedy honors are The Big Bang Theory, Louie, Silicon Valley, Veep, and Modern Family, a four-time winner that has the chance to tie Frasier as the all-time winning sitcom with one more award. There were so many such candidates for the six best drama slots that the critically acclaimed Masters of Sex and The Good Wife were among those that failed to make the cut. For the latter, coming off a dar ing season in which a major character died, the snub provoked a ood of online fan dis may. It may be time for the Emmys to follow cousin Oscar, which has ex panded its best picture category to encompass up to 10 nominees. The 66th prime-time Emmy Awards ceremony certainly will have big-screen star power to spare. This years Academy Awards best-actor winner Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club) and nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor ( Years a Slave) are both nomi nees for TV projects, as are past Oscar winners, including Julia Roberts, Jane Fonda and Billy Bob Thornton. McConaughey and True Detective costar Harrelson both will vie for best drama ac tor honors, along with four-time winner Cranston for Breaking Bad, Jon Hamm for Mad Men, Kevin Spacey for House of Cards, and Jeff Daniels for The Newsroom, who won the Emmy last year. Nominees in the lead actress drama catego ry are last years winner, Homeland star Claire Danes along with Lizzy Caplan for Masters of Sex, Michelle Dockery for Downton Abbey, Julianna Margulies for The Good Wife, Kerry Washington for Scandal and Robin Wright for House of Cards. The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will air Monday, Aug. 25, on NBC, with emcee Seth Meyers, the former Saturday Night Live player and new NBC late-night host. The ceremony, traditionally held on Sunday, was moved to avoid a conict with NBCs Sunday Night Football and with MTVs Video Music Awards. HBO received a lead ing 99 nominations, followed by CBS with 47; NBC, 46; FX Networks, 45; ABC, 37; PBS, 34; AMC, 26; Netix, 31; Showtime, 24; Comedy Central, 21; Lifetime, 17, and Fox, 18. EMMY FROM PAGE C2 DRAMA SERIES: %  enBreaking Bad (AMC) %  enDownton Abbey (PBS) %  enGame of Thrones (HBO) %  enHouse of Cards (Netix) %  enMad Men (AMC) %  enTrue Detective (HBO) COMEDY SERIES: %  enThe Big Bang Theory (CBS) %  enLouie (FX) %  enModern Family (ABC) %  enOrange is the New Black (Netix) %  enSilicon Valley (HBO) %  enVeep (HBO) ACTOR IN A DRAMA: %  enBryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) %  enJeff Daniels (The Newsroom) %  enJon Hamm (Mad Men) %  enWoody Harrelson (True Detective) %  enMatthew McConaughey (True Detective) %  enKevin Spacey (House of Cards) ACTRESS IN A DRAMA: %  enLizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex) %  enClaire Danes (Homeland) %  enMichelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) %  enJulianna Margulies (The Good Wife) %  enKerry Washington (Scandal) %  enRobin Wright (House of Cards)EMMY NOMINEES INCLUDE: STEVEN REAMCTPHILADELPHIA No secret: Zach Braff is a Woody Al len fan. Braffs 2004 emo indie, Garden State, which he wrote, produced, directed, and starred in (opposite Natalie Port man), drew comparisons to An nie Hall, to Manhattan. More than 10 years before that, a teen age Braff had a small part in Allens Manhattan Murder Mys tery, as the progeny of Allen and Diane Keatons characters. So, landing the lead role in Bullets Over Broadway, the Tony-nominated musical adapted from Allens 1994 comedy, was a dream come true for the actor. Allen attended every preview of the Roaring Twenties-set show back in March. He would follow up with notes, with changes, Braff recalls. To be working so closely with some one who is one of the inspira tions for me becoming a lm maker, one of my heroes, how great is that? Braffs new lm, Wish I Was Here, is, like Garden State, more than a little autobiograph ical, and more than a little Alle nesque. In it, Braff is a struggling actor whose wife (Kate Hudson) is the family breadwinner. The couple have two kids, a boy and a girl, attending a yeshiva school in L.A. The childrens granddad (Mandy Patinkin) is paying tu ition, but when the payments stop, the kids get kicked out. Pretty much everything in Braffs characters life starts to unravel. But as the monetary, marital, religious, and lial cri ses mount, so does the comedy. There are even whimsical super hero / scifantasy sequences. Wish I Was Here opens Friday in limited release, expanding to more screens July 25. One thing that I liked about Annie Hall was that there were no rules, says Braff. ... It was hilarious in parts, it was slapstick in parts, it was heartbreaking. All of a sudden theres a scene thats fully animated. And I really thought that that was the way to make a movie as long as you tell a good story, why do we keep being told that we have to follow all these rules? Not having to follow the rules was one reason Braff the New Jersey native who became a star thanks to the long-running medico sitcom Scrubs decided to go on Kickstarter in 2013. He wanted to raise money to make Wish I Was Here with out being beholden to the stu dios, to producers demanding script changes or cast approval. In 30 days, Braff raised $3.1 million $400,000 in the nal four days alone. More than 46,500 people pledged any where from $10 to $10,000. It was always meant to be an experiment, says Braff of his crowdfunding campaign. What if we got the fans in volved? What if we just ipped the whole thing on its head and created this community around making the movie? And in selling T-shirts, or online access to videos, or set visits, or extra roles, or cameos, you could nance a lm and give everyone a fun experience. Wouldnt that be crazy? And then it worked! And then it backlashed. Critics jumped all over Braff, suggesting he already had nancial backing in place, that he was unwilling to put his own money into the proj ect, that he was soliciting donations, not investors. I think a lot of it was misin formed, to be frank, Braff says of the vehement, Web-driven reaction to his Kickstarter drive. Anyone who takes the time and does a little bit of research real izes that most of the detractors talking points are incorrect. And thats that. AP FILE PHOTO John Hinckley Jr., shown Nov. 18, 2003, shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 in an attempt to impress Oscarwinning actress Jodie Foster.to obtain her home address from state motor vehicle records. Bardo remains in prison, serving a life sen tence without possibility of parole. The legacy of Schaef fers death is evident multiple times a year in Los Angeles courtrooms when celebrities such as Madonna, Steven Spiel berg, Ryan Seacrest, Par is Hilton and others be come stalking victims. Protections created after Schaeffers death include laws that make stalking a crime, restric tions on public access to address information from driving records in California, and a spe cialized Los Angeles po lice unit that works with prosecutors, celebrity attorneys and security details to keep obsessed fans a safe distance away. Criminal penalties for stalking have also been adopted in other states. The protections dont eliminate the various ways celebrity stalkers can torment their vic tims, from unsolicit ed love letters to threat ening tweets, break-ins and kidnapping plots. But they can eventually put a stop to the threats. Stalkers can make celebrities a prisoner, said Los Angeles Deputy District Attor ney Wendy Segall, who has prosecuted celeb rity stalking cases for the past six years. They never know when this person is going to show up. Many of Segalls cases end with stalking con victions and sentences that require the defen dant to get psychological counseling. The sentences, Segall said, allow stalking victims to again feel safer. STARS FROM PAGE C1 Zach Braff immersed himself in Wish I Was Here MERIE WEISMILLER WALLACE / AP From left, Pierce Gagnon, Joey King and Zach Braff are shown in Wish I Was Here.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014 DAILY COMMERCIAL C5 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 Thursday, July 17, the 198th day of 2014. There are 167 days left in the year. Todays Highlight in History: On July 17, 1944, during World War II, 320 men, twothirds of them African-Americans, were killed when a pair of ammunition ships exploded at the Port Chicago Naval Magazine in California. HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Thursday, July 17, 2014: This year opportunities pop up from out of the blue, though they might force your hand in making decisions that you would prefer to avoid. If you are single, you attract many different personalities. Avoid getting too serious with anyone who is possessive. If you are attached, the two of you will reach a nancial pinnacle, but only if you continue to save. A lucky bet or a promotion also could be part of the scenario. ARIES might be alluring, but he or she also can cause a lot of conict in your life. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Confusion will mark your words, though you might feel as if you are being very clear. As a result, you will have a choice to make that you would like to avoid. Be careful when suppressing your anger, as there could be a backre. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You might choose to say less and listen more. What you see evolving could be somewhat depressing. Remember that everything can change in the blink of an eye. Be careful, as anger easily could disrupt and surprise you. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Emphasize what you want. You could be taken aback by someones frustration. Try not to fan any ames; instead, help this person discuss his or her feelings. Be optimistic in your calls and in your communication, and you will see a positive response. CANCER (June 21-July 22) You might decide that a new approach would be better, especially if you nd that others are trying to force your hand. You understand moodiness and strange behavior, and you are likely to witness how quickly moods can change. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Keep reaching out to an expert to help you make a decision. If you can postpone having to choose right now, you would be well advised to do so. A day or two wait will help you gain a different and more successful perspective. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You will want to defer to others, as they seem to have a better grasp on a difcult situation. You might not understand the root of the problem. Remain positive in how you approach a potential disagreement. You know who you can trust. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You seem to have been dealing with a lot of frustration and/or anger since March. That period is ending now, yet you might be surprised to have your ability to express these uncomfortable feelings tested today. Let others know how you feel. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You might feel as if many people are forgetting important pieces of a puzzle, perhaps involving your immediate circle. Make a point to get past your irritation, and consider how you can persuade these same people to be more thorough. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22Dec. 21) Your ery nature takes over, which factors your creativity and dynamic thinking into the mix. Others enjoy this part of your personality, and they often step back and make way for you and your expansive ideas. Do not accept no as an answer. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) Your mind might be on home and family. Your thinking will be clear to those close to you, though you still could tumble into controversy. Youll have to decide whether to stand up to different ideas, incorporate them or become rigid about them. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) You often tell it as it is, which tends to trigger some uproar. You bring out a natural sense of deance in others. You will nd out quickly whether your style will work well in a new situation. Try to choose your words with care. Avoid getting personal. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Be aware of your actions and how they might trigger a strong reaction from a loved one or an associate. On the other hand, remember to be sensitive to your needs. Use a measure of care with your nances. It will serve you well to honor your budget. HOROSCOPES TODAY IN HISTORYDEAR ABBY: On July 26, 2011, you posted an answer to Jittery Future Bride in Boston. I am that woman. I had asked you how to get my boyfriend of ve years to use my deceased grandmothers ring as an engagement ring. I followed your advice and told my boy friend-at-the-time that I wanted to use a family ring. I spoke with my father about it and checked with my sister to see if she would mind if I used it. We got engaged seven months ago, and my now-husband told me he had been hoping to take the stone from my paternal grandmothers ring, a stone from my maternal grandmothers ring and one from his family to make a new joining of the families ring. We havent made it yet, but we all look forward to the special meaning that it will embody. We even plan to make a new setting out of the old setting. Its a fairytale ending. BLUSHING BRIDE IN BOSTON DEAR BLUSHING BRIDE: Actually, its more like a fairy-tale beginning. I love the idea. Thank you for letting me know how things turned out. Not many of my readers take the time to do that. I wish you and your husband a lifetime of happiness together. DEAR ABBY: The mother of a friend of mine died recently. I offered my condolences, and since then I havent been the same. I am nine months pregnant, and even though I should be excited and celebrating the anticipated ar rival of our baby, all I can think about is that my mother is going to die one day. Shes 52, healthy and happy, but I cant get it out of my mind. I have become a different person, cry ing at the most trivial things and often panicking that Moms OK. I dont think I could make it through if any thing happened to her. Dwelling on this is affecting my relationship with my husband and my friends. How do I stop obsessing over this? ANXIOUS IN ALBUQUERQUE DEAR ANXIOUS: A discussion with your OB/ GYN would be helpful. By the last months of pregnancy, a womans body is swimming in hormones. Those increased hormone levels have been known to have a profound effect on a womans emotions. The solution to your problem may be as simple as understanding that once your baby arrives and your hormones return to normal, you will be back on a more even keel. If that doesnt happen, you may have to talk with a mental health professional although I doubt that will be necessary. In the meantime, your mother is healthy, happy and about to be a grandmother, so dwell on the positive. 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