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Palm Springs businessman Ronald Mark Miller. Candidates for Riverside County sheriff, 4th District supervisor, district attorney, and the 37th Congressional District and 76th Assembly District seats each received hand-clapping before and after their speeches to about 55 people who attended this forum, which competed for viewers with the seventh game of the World Series Democratic Assembly candidate Barbara Van De Water, district attorney candidate Grover Trask and incumbent Sheriff Ben Clark did not attend But crime appeared to be the No.
Mrs, Blumenlhal, a Riverside defense lawyer, also promised if elected she would refuse to plea bargain with people accused of violent felonies or sex crimes or defendants with previous felony convictions. They agreed they had no direct control over the elected sheriff but noted the county Board of Supervisors determines how much money the Sheriff's Department receives each year.
Suitt said the board needs improved dialogue with the sheriff, while Mrs. Larson said the supervisors should provide or cut funds to departments based on priorities, which she said is not now done. Wruble said he would never vote to raise taxes, would push for abolition of marijuana laws and the federal reserve system, and backed the right to own handguns. He would also work to prohibit corporations from receiving subsidies. An increase in employment will follow, predicted McCandless, the incumbent 4th District supervisor.
Republican Assembly candidate Bill Bradley, stressing his business background, advocated the opening of vacant military bases as prisons for minor offenders. That way, current prisons would have more room for hard-core criminals, Bradley said. He also opposes Proposition 11, which would require a five-cenl deposit on soft drink and beer containers, as creating added costs in beverage prices.
The litter problem can be eased by putting weekend prisoners and those serving short jail sentences to work picking up trash, said Bradley, of Escondido. Since its inception in Octoberthe grant has provided two fully equipped police cars with radar and paid the full salaries of two officers for the first year and half their salaries the second year.
Fatal accidents were reduced 33 percent, injury accidents 17 percent and non-injury accidents 17 percent in the first year, according to McCabe, traffic division supervisor By the end of the second year, he said, all traffic accidents were reduced by 20 percent. If you haven't started sneezing yet just wait. Pollen counts in the Coachella Valley, which have been moderate in the past week, are expected to range from high to excesssive through Thanksgiving, according to Dr.
For the week of Oct. A count of to is considered high, and above excessive. The main pollens circulating, Waldman says, are grasses of all types, ragweed, carob tree and scale bushes. He settled in the Bay Area, where he put his meticulous nature to work in medical research before starting his career in the pharmaceutical industry.
He held a design patent for custom turntable weights; studied and savored winemaking and wines; and over four decades, consistently worked at improving his game — on the court, on the baseball field especially in helping his son Mattand on the links. He learned the most about love from Karen, his wife of over 41 years. Rob also immersed himself in the history, method, and, most importantly, enjoyment of fine cuisine. To him, though, cooking and eating was essential because of the people it brought together.
The more he cooked, the more he could entertain and share with those he loved. He left no joke untold, no photograph untaken, no inept motorist unscathed, and no friend without someone to talk to.
He will be most missed by the numerous friends and family that relied on him as their phone or email buddy as they trekked to or from work his network spanned from Hawaii to the East Coast. For all that he learned, he taught.
Laughter, good food, and steadfast thoughtfulness will continue to abound in the homes of those who knew him.
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He served in the U. His military engagements included Rhineland, Ardennes, and the Battle of the Bulge. Postal Service in Princeton after 40 years of service. Burial will follow in Princeton Cemetery.
Francis Medical Center in Trenton. Born and raised in Princeton, he was a resident of East Windsor for 50 years. He was a past treasurer of the Local Carpenters Union. Visitation will be on Thursday, January 3, from 9 to 10 a. Burial will follow in East Windsor Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Liver Foundation at liverfoundation.
Margaret was born on November 18, in Budapest, Hungary. At that time disease treatment, information, and research was limited. As she learned, she shared, using early online Internet bulletin board services to connect with people around the country.
But the slow pace of the legislative process to release funds remained frustrating. That frustration motivated Marty to apply fundamental business practices to accelerate the flow of dollars into the hands of researchers.
Inthey founded The Parkinson Alliance, dedicated to raising funds for the most promising research to find a cure and to share educational information to help improve the quality of life for those suffering with the disease.
Margaret also enjoyed gardening and flowers, especially orchids, and was an avid reader on a wide variety of topics. But championing worthwhile missions was in her soul.
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She was an avid animal and nature lover and took pride in supporting many organizations that fought for the rights of protecting both. For over two decades she helped fund a ranch in Texas that works with abused horses. She quietly supported beneficial programs and projects too numerous to list.
At her core, Margaret consistently delighted in helping those in need while always shunning attention for doing so. Ever optimistic, Margaret remained deeply involved in the work of The Parkinson Alliance.
Margaret was predeceased by her parents, Josef and Margit Ann Ujvary. There will be no funeral. We welcome you to honor Margaret and her passionate work. In his final days he was surrounded by his loving family. While at Culver he was a member of the varsity boxing team. From tohe served as a Lieutenant in the U. He held various financial posts during his career including: In the early s, the Easters joined the Unitarian Church of Princeton.
He served as the Treasurer of the church for decades, only recently retiring from that role. George retired in and was able to travel the world with his wife Sally. In July,George attended the All Star I family conference on Star Island with Sally, his three children, son- and daughter-in-law, and his seven grandchildren.
On the Island, he spent his days visiting with family and friends, reading, puzzling on the hotel porch, and listening to the songbirds on Lindquist Deck. He was an avid reader, birder, classic movie buff, and loved puzzles of all kinds — crosswords, Sudoku, and jigsaw puzzles.
For decades, his Sundays were not complete until he had finished the New York Times crossword puzzle…in pen. More than anything else, he enjoyed spending time with his dear grandchildren. George is survived by his wife of 61 years, Sally; children, Sally Easter, Jr. Her family was with her at the time. Jackie lived in Princeton for almost 48 years, from to She and her husband left in to live in an assisted living facility in Westford, Massachusetts, to be near her elder daughter.
She moved first to Chicago and then to the northeast coast in the s.
She was educated at the University of Oregon B. At different periods of her life, she worked as social worker, a psychotherapist, and an independent scholar in anthropology. She wrote copiously — letters, journals, poetry, scholarly articles. She loved many things: Jackie was married for almost 53 years to Dennis Wrong, a sociologist; he died five weeks after she did. She is survived by two daughters from her first marriage to Surinder Mehta Jaya Mehta, son-in-law Sunand Bhattacharya, and grandchildren Ishan and Ila; Sheila Mehta, son-in-law Michael Squillacote, and grandchildren Anna and Nicholasand a stepson Terence Wrong, daughter-in-law Marisa Guthrie, and step-grandchildren Edward — by a previous marriage — and Olivia.
Jackie was much loved and is keenly missed. Gardner was Class of from Princeton University, where he excelled on the varsity hockey team. InGardner moved to Colorado, and in he started his own real estate firm, which later merged to become Basalt Realty. His other hobbies included wildlife and landscape photography, and of course, golf. Gardner served as an usher at St. Alfred Gardner was predeceased by his first wife, Sandra Hebard Gardner, and son, Burchell Gardner, in andrespectively. Lyding, beloved father, brother, and grandfather and a resident of Princeton for 49 years, recently passed away at the Merwick Rehabilitation Center following a short illness at the age of Born in Brooklyn, New York, Dr.
In fact, his Mother often was able to obtain choice seating at the games by enticing the ushers with her famous homemade salami sandwiches. After graduating from Boys High School, Dr.
Lyding attended Cornell University, where he obtained a bachelor of arts degree in chemistry in Upon his graduation from Cornell, Dr. After the War ended, Dr. Lyding pursued graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania from where he obtained a Master of Science in organic chemistry in and a Ph. During this period, he was also an associate professor of organic chemistry at Southern Connecticut State College and the University of New Haven.
He met the love of his life, Harriet, on a blind date in and married in Following the birth of their son, Christopher, inArthur continued to work at Olin Matheson until From toDr. Lyding was a supervisor at NL Industries, in Hightstown, New Jersey, where he supervised the development of new organic and polymeric additives for the plastics, textile, and paint industries.
By the time he retired, Dr. Lyding had received 12 patents in organic and polymer chemistry. Lyding was an ardent fan of the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas and would try to attend as many performances as possible. He was completely mesmerized by the combination of the exquisite lyrics of Sir W.
Gilbert put to music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Lyding was also an avid philatelist and model train enthusiast. During the summers, he was a constant fixture at the Community Park Pool.
Lyding was also well-known for being a diehard Chicago Cubs fan. When he was growing up in the s and s, the Cubs were indeed a power house in the National League. Despite their long drought from winning a pennant that began inDr.
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Lyding steadfastly rooted for the Cubs through all the lean years until his patience and loyalty were finally rewarded with a World Series Championship in He was even cremated wearing his favorite Chicago Cubs jacket. He fully enjoyed interacting with these students because doing so kept his mind active and in touch with the young generation.
Indeed, his success with these students can be measured by the extraordinary amount of complimentary letters he received from the students and their parents. Tim lives in Colorado with his wife and two dogs and spends his free time hiking through the Rockies. She manages advertising sales and develops marketing strategies for Home Care Technology Report and all RCAI enterprises in addition to running her own marketing consulting business.
She lives in Phoenix with her family. She has specialized in researching home telehealth technology applications since when she designed the Home Telemedicine segment of the National Library of Medicine website. She continues that research and writing work through her company, Information for Tomorrow informationfortomorrow. A writer with a wide range of interests, she has also produced a children's book, Dingle: It focuses on a topic vey near and dear to her heart: