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(CNN) David Ogden Stiers, known for his role as Major Charles Emerson Winchester III in the TV comedy series “MASH,” died Saturday, the agency representing him said.

The actor was 75.

Stiers was born in Peoria, Illinois, in 1942. He was nominated for two Emmy awards for his performance as Winchester in “MASH,” the popular series that ran for 11 seasons from 1972 until its high rated finale in February 1983.

The show, based on a 1970 movie, centered on Army surgeons and staffers during the Korean War. Characters such as chief surgeon Benjamin “Hawkeye” Pierce (Alan Alda) dished out wry humor as they dealt with the stress of wartime, battlefield injuries physical and psychological, and death.

He joined the cast in 1977, filling the void left after the departure of actor Larry Linville’s Frank Burns from the show but by the series’ end he was as much a part of the team as the original cast.

Ogden’s Major Winchester was portrayed as a Boston born blueblood, often snobbish but a talented doctor. Hunnicutt.

Stiers had a busy post “MASH” career with TV shows including the “North South” miniseries and “Perry Mason” TV movies.

Younger generations would recognize his voice work in several Disney movies, including the classic “Beauty and the Beast,” “Pocahontas” and “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”

Stiers was an avid fan of classical music and a gifted musician. He was a resident conductor for the Newport Symphony in Oregon and guest conducted dozens of orchestras around the country, the Newport Symphony said in a statement.

“All of us at the NSO are heartbroken. David Ogden Stiers was a generous, loving, and inspirational friend and pillar to our orchestra, and, indeed, to all of us individually. Our orchestra would not be here if it weren’t for his great support and inspiration over three decades,” said Adam Flatt, the symphony’s music director.

“His depth of musical feeling, love for our musicians, and charisma made his performances soar when he was on our podium. We will all work to keep David’s spirit alive in all of our performances,” he added.
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Ten days after an emotional hearing at which numerous county landowners voiced their objections to the development, the board denied the appeal, saying the county’s proposed use for the land located at the corner of Range Road 243 and Airport Road complies with all existing land use policies.

“The board acknowledges the concerns raised by the appellant and other presenters in opposition (and) is aware the said development will impact surrounding properties,” board chair Tim Hofstra stated in the notice of decision. “(However), the board is satisfied that with the imposition of the conditions set out above, the development will not exert an adverse impact on neighbouring land uses or environmentally sensitive lands.”

To address residents’ concerns, the board added several conditions to the original development permit, including the requirement for the county to widen the intersection of Range Road 243 and Airport Road, restrict the movement of trucks during school bus hours, and develop a plan to reduce noise from the site.

The county will also be required to test all domestic water wells located within 400 meters of the site to get an idea of the current water quality in the area.

Dellia Tardif, who lives across from the county’s land and filed the appeal on behalf of her elderly mother, Irene, said she was pleased with the board’s concessions to make the site safer, but added she felt residents took a backseat to county staff in the board’s decision making process.

“I still do not feel they have taken the full value of the residents as the driving force for their decision,” she said. “I think there are still costs the ratepayers will have to bear over and above if (the county) had stayed in Nisku.”

Those costs were the subject of a heated discussion in council Sept. 7 after Coun. Mary Ann McDonald moved that council “re visit” the county’s plans for the land.

McDonald, who initially voted in favour of purchasing the land, urged council to reconsider the financial sense of moving its operations out of the industrial park, saying the total cost will amount to much more than the $4.2 million the county spent on the 157 acre parcel.

“You’re going to have to improve the road, put in lights, build new facilities . the cost is just going to escalate,” she said.

Coun. Reinhold Ortlieb agreed, saying the county’s plan to eventually move all of its operations to the new location will cost millions.

“Let’s wake up and really take a look at this. What impact is this going to have on our tax dollars?” he asked.

McDonald also expressed concern that the contents of the county’s existing snow dump are still unknown.

During the Aug. 27 appeal hearing, it was revealed that the county has never tested the runoff from its snow dump, which primarily serves the tenants of the Nisku Industrial Park.

“This is not regular street and parking lot snow, this is industrial snow,” McDonald said.

“I think in all fairness, we should do a little bit more homework, ask a few questions.”

But Coun. Betty Glassman argued studies on the snow dump would be unnecessary, since the development permit already requires the county to take steps to prevent contaminants from leaching into the ground.

“Even if it is contaminated . you still have to put it somewhere,” she said. “Build something that holds that stuff.”

Mayor Marvin Molzan agreed.

“I think we’ve got our marching orders here,” Molzan said, holding up a copy of the board’s decision and gesturing to the list of conditions. “This is what we’re looking at in the future.”

McDonald’s motion was defeated by a 4 3 vote, with McDonald, Ortlieb and John Whaley in favour of revisiting the plans, and Molzan, Glassman, Audrey Kelto and Vern Siemens against.
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WASHINGTON (AP) President Donald Trump declassified a top secret congressional memo Friday and suggested it proved the investigation of his presidential campaign and Russia was fatally flawed from the start. Democrats said the document did nothing to clear him or his campaign, and the FBI called the memo inaccurate and incomplete.

Butting heads just as they had before the memo release, Trump and his critics stuck to the positions they had staked out in the weeks leading up to the hotly disputed release of the memo prepared by Republicans on the House intelligence committee. The memo makes their case and Trump that politically motivated abuses in the early stages of the FBI investigation made it worse than worthless.

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The disclosure of the document is extraordinary since it involves details about surveillance of Americans, national security information the government regards as among its most highly classified. Its release is likely to further escalate an intra government conflict that has divided the White House and Trump hand picked law enforcement leaders.

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President Donald Trump declassified it. The GOP majority of the House intelligence committee released it. stocks slumped Friday, and the market suffered its worst week in two years, as fears of inflation and disappointing quarterly results from technology and energy giants spooked investors. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped by more than 650 points.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) The mystery of the death of acclaimed actress Natalie Wood has endured for nearly four decades as the investigation has ebbed and flowed like the tides off a California island where her body was found floating on Thanksgiving weekend 1981.

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NEW YORK The odds of landing a part time job at department store operator Bealls Outlet Stores Inc. this holiday season are slimmer than getting into Harvard: It’s one out of every 45.

Don’t think the chances are any better at 7 Eleven. One California store received more than 100 applicants in a week and a half for jobs that pay $8.50 per hour and the retailer doesn’t even usually hire holiday workers.

From department stores and convenience chains to call centers, managers who only a year ago had to scramble to fill holiday jobs are seeing a surge in the number of seasoned applicants many of them laid off in other sectors and desperate for a way to pay the bills.

The flood of jobseekers comes even as the retail industry drastically cuts back on holiday hiring because of the drop off in consumer spending, and the applicants who differ from the usual pool, teens or stay at home moms looking for extra spending money reflect the nation’s fast deteriorating job market.

“I thought it was going to be pretty easy, but I am not the only one looking for a job. There are thousands of us going for the same thing,” said Kimberly Caparo of Chesterfield, Mich., who has applied for part time jobs at Toys “R” Us Inc., Home Depot Inc. and Lowe’s Cos. Inc. in recent weeks since she and her husband were laid off by American Axle Manufacturing Holdings Inc.

At UPS Inc., which is just starting to ramp up its holiday hiring, as much as 30 percent of the seasonal hires in the Northeast are coming from the ranks of the recently laid off, said spokeswoman Ronna Charles Branch. In the past, she said, applicants for holiday jobs at the world’s biggest shipping carrier were largely students.

Jean Telfort, a 41 year old Army veteran, has applied for dozens of part time jobs, including at Macy’s and Nordstrom Inc., with no success. He needs money to help pay the rent and to pay down his $60,000 credit card bill, which includes his college tuition charges. He expects to graduate in May.

Since the financial meltdown intensified in September, leading to massive layoffs across several industries, a growing number of the unemployed have been turning to lower paying jobs in the retail sector, which they thought could help them get by until they found full time work in their specialized fields or retrain in other areas.

“It would be money coming in even if it’s a little bit,” said Caparo, 32, who’s finishing up a college degree in business administration and does not plan to go back to the battered auto industry. “It’s money that I don’t have to take out.”

But given the shakiness of the retailing industry amid a series of bankruptcies, store closings and liquidations, laid off workers are even having a hard time finding any jobs. The situation got even tougher Monday, when consumer electronics chain Circuit City Stores Inc. filed for bankruptcy and said it would be laying off more people than previously announced.

John Challenger, chief executive of Chicago based outplacement firm Challenger, Gray Christmas, noted that holiday hiring will fall significantly below last year’s total, which was the lowest since 2003. And those with pink slips shouldn’t count on new job opportunities even after the holidays, since even more retailers are expected to file for bankruptcy. retail industry alone shed 38,100 jobs in October, bringing the total since January to 297,000, according to Michael P. Niemira, chief economist at the International Council of Shopping Centers. so far this year. Yet retail employment only accounted for about 11 percent of total payroll employment meaning the retail industry is losing a higher proportion of its jobs.

Such retail losses have helped push the nation’s unemployment rate to a 14 year high of 6.5 percent in October as another 240,000 jobs overall were cut last month, according to government data released Friday. And many economists believe the unemployment rate will climb to 8 percent or 8.5 percent by the end of next year.

As far back as September, Bealls Outlet Stores which operates most of its 450 stores in Florida was being flooded with up to 40 to 50 applicants a week, said Conrad Szymanski, president of the Bradenton, Fla. based chain. A year ago, they saw one or two applicants a week per store. Each store hires about 10 part time holiday workers meaning that about 450 applicants are competing for 10 jobs per store. Those are tougher odds than Harvard, which accepted about 7 percent of all applicants for the class of 2012.

“What we are seeing is a profound increase,” particularly in Florida, California, and Arizona, where the real estate market has been hit hard, said Szymanski.

What’s so striking, store executives say, is how desperate the applicants are.

Rob Duncan, chief operating officer of Alpine Access, a “virtual” call center provider with 7,500 employees working from their homes across the country, estimated a 10 to 15 percent rise in applicants from a year ago. In the past, they were mostly stay at home moms looking for part time work. Now the company, which handles customer service for stores like J. Crew as well as tech support, debt collection and financial services, is seeing more men and more midlevel managers looking for at least 35 hours of work.

“They are looking for replacement income; instead of supplemental income,” Duncan said.

David Ortega, a training store manager at the 7 Eleven in Citrus Heights, Calif., that got more than 100 applications, noted that many applicants have management experience including those who even owned their own construction business.

The store in a suburb of Sacramento, which has been hard hit by the housing slump, usually saw candidates who came straight out of high school, he said.

Ortega also noted that job candidates are doing more follow ups. One applicant a former manager in cosmetics at Macy’s even wrote him a thank you note for discussing the $8.50 per hour job.
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For starters, sample these snippets from three interviews I took recently:

Anil Nair, CEO and managing partner, Law Kenneth Saatchi Saatchi India, said, “In a time when clients are questioning your very existence and saying ‘I’ll get it done through Google, Facebook, content marketing companies, AIBs of the world’, the problem is we don’t have people who understand what needs to be done, because those people are not joining our industry. Our industry needs IITans they have more creativity in them than people realise. Go to their fest and see. They have a ‘solutions’ mindset and don’t want to do engineering solutions! They want to create bigger, life changing solutions. They’ll use technology, data and creativity to solve problems. An institution like Ogilvy should have not one but 25 Piyush Pandeys. These people exist but they’re not in our industry. They look at our industry and say ‘No, I don’t like the way it’s done here.’ Many of them are working for startups today.”

Sonal Dabral, group chief creative officer and vice chairman, Ogilvy India, said, “Earlier, clients had one lead agency that was the only custodian. Today, we’re moving towards a world of collaboration, with more ‘content houses’ and expertise outside of the lead agency. But I still feel brand custodianship should sit with the lead agency the team that has all the experience and history of building that brand.”

Arun Iyer, chairman and chief creative officer, Lowe Lintas, said, “It would be myopic of me to say only other agencies are my competition. I don’t think it’s just about agencies anymore. We’re living in a day and age of ideas and today, ideas can come from anywhere. Content companies, TV and radio guys have their own creative teams. There’s a whole bunch of creative folk out there, unlike when we entered the business. At that point in time if you wanted to be a creative person, advertising was one of the only few possible destinations. So I see everybody as competition today, even a standup comedian they are insightful and there’s nothing stopping them from getting into the branded content space. Anybody who wants to think for a brand is competition to me. the number of people interested in this stuff has gone up exponentially.”

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In fact, the presence of different types of creative minds out there allows him to experiment. For him, the difference between a conventional full service agency and a more content oriented partner comes into play when the need to be flexible and agile is felt. “When you’re experimenting and you fail, you want to fail fast; that’s when I would turn to them,” he says, referring to freelance content partners. Lowe is his brand custodian, his “partner in crime” that understands the brand really well and helps him figure out the brand/campaign idea. When this idea is manifested across touch points, is when he brings in “pretty much everyone,” dubbing the process his version of Content Day. “May the best idea win,” says Bhandari. Fitting these different pieces into a coherent brand identity is important. Each of the partners, whether it’s creative talent, production houses, or a formal creative agency, has a role to play in the brand journey.”

His approach to marketing has a lot to do with the life stage of his brand. Swiggy is a young brand that belongs to a young category. “We evolve our marketing practices over time and learn from different levers, unlike more mature brands that have a clearer brand strategy,” he says.

Swiggy works with Lowe Lintas, a large, networked creative giant, as well as All India Bakchod (AIB), a small comedy collective that represents a very new breed of talent. How does Srivats view these two entities as dots on either end of a linear spectrum? In general, how do marketers perceive the range of options at their disposal as one pool of homogeneous talent to call on depending on the need of the hour, the media platform, the budget or the deadline. or as totally different types of entities?

Swiggy, it turns out, needed different inputs at different points in time. The team first associated with AIB around two years back. “We thought working with AIB early on would give us reach and engagement with the ‘millennial’ audience,” says Srivats, who started working with Lowe a few months back. He’s a big believer in the concept of a core creative agency that works as a partner or ‘creative co owner’ of the brand, because agencies give consumer insights that are, he insists, different from those given by content creators.

About classifying his creative options by media platform, Srivats admits, “I’d be lying if I said media channel doesn’t play a role in choice of content provider.” He turns to his mainline, full service creative agency for insights that will help the cause of category creation, something often achieved through ‘traditional’, TV campaigns, whereas from AIB, he extracts cultural insights (“a funny take on a pop cultural phenomenon delivered in a very different tone of voice”), that help with audience engagement on digital channels.

Vodafone’s Banerjee disagrees, “I’m not giving my creative agency the relief of saying they’ll only do the main campaign and some other guy will do the digital campaign. So the challenge for my so called ‘conventional’ agency, Ogilvy, is to understand the consumer and build the brand. The first right of getting insights lies with them.”

“While that’s the ideal way to do it, a lot of full service agencies are struggling with exactly that,” reacts Flipkart’s Bhandari, “And that’s where the ecosystem comes into play, because somebody will step in and fill that void. So I agree with what Siddharth says in terms of what the responsibility of an FSA (full service agency) should be. and some of them are honest enough to say, ‘Hey we’re not fully capable of being there just yet but are making efforts towards it’.”

As Lowe’s Iyer puts it, “As a company, we’re focusing on only doing stuff that we are good at. Let’s not over promise and under deliver. It has become fashionable for agencies to say they can do this, this and this for a client. But it’s really about what you can do well. We may not be able to do the entire gamut today. It may even mean actually calling it out and saying, ‘You know what, we’re not up there with this right now, we’re working towards it, maybe we’ll get there.’ There’s a level of honesty that needs to come into the being of agencies as well.”

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With no one speaking against the bill, Representatives John Carmichael and John Whitmer lawmakers who helped create the bill are hopeful it will pass.

“I think this bill has a good chance of passage,” Carmichael says. “There may be a couple of technical matters that at some point along the way may be amended in some fashion.”

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