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Clark Gashaw Mortuary Inc

Clark Gashaw Mortuary Inc
238 North 1st Street
Osborne, KS 67473
Phone: (785) 346-2634
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Actress Kim Novak explains feelings behind 'Artist' protest - Greenville News

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Grauman’s Chinese Theater forecourt, where Hollywood stars have been honored since the 1920s. She will also introduce a screening of “Vertigo” and participate in an interview with TCM host Robert Osborne for a special scheduled to be broadcast next year. “I was an original,” said Novak of her highly lauded “Vertigo” role. “I didn’t give a performance that was prepared for in a Hollywood or theatrical sense. I didn’t study a style of acting. I gave a performance that was from my gut. I’ve always just been who I am. That doesn’t go out of style because it’s real. It’s not based on the fads or fashions of today.” Novak’s other films include the musical “Pal Joey,” with Frank Sinatra and Rita Hayworth; “Jeanne Eagels,” featuring Novak in the title role as a troubled 1920s star, with Jeff Chandler as her love interest; and “Bell, Book and Candle,” starring Novak as a witch who again entrances Stewart — this time on the eve of his marriage. ——— Online: http://www.tcm.com/festival/ ——— Follow AP Entertainment Writer Derrik J. Lang on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/derrikjlang/.

Natalie Haynes: London gazes out at the rest of the country – and barely ... - The Independent

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
I suppose it is a sign that we have progressed as a nation that, after this year's riots, no politician would have dreamed of being so dismissive. Or perhaps George Osborne spent August muttering that we should abandon Croydon, and we just won't know about it till 2041. I love London, and have lived here for most of my adult life, but sometimes the attitudes of those who live here towards the rest of the country are frankly baffling. Did Howe (born in Wales but educated in the South-East before moving to the capital) really think that Liverpool was beyond redemption? Or was it because Liverpool is so whiny anyway, as his fellow Tory MP Boris Johnson once pointed out, that you might as well give them something to cry for? I don't think metropolitan types are trying to be malicious when they dismiss the rest of the country as irrelevant, but it does show a lamentable lack of perspective. Earlier this year, I went to the opening of the new Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield. It's a terrific place, not least because it keeps its Hepworth sculptures behind lockable doors, which means the thieves who stole a Hepworth from Dulwich Park recently would have less luck further north. The gallery has masses of new flats built nearby, which looked completely uninhabited. A London-based art critic asked me if I thought the flats would soon be filled. I said that new-build city-centre blocks seemed to be less popular outside London, and plenty of them stand empty in Birmingham. "Birmingham," she replied. "Is that north or south of Wakefield?" This ignorance is, to my mi...

Obituary for CASAUS

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
Angie is survived her eight children, Al Casaus, Jr and fiancee Crystal Chavez, Michael and Isabel Casaus, Anna (Couger) Casaus, Steven and Johanna Casaus, Lucille and Robert West, Angela and Ken Osborne, Julie and Christopher Chavez, David and Sandra Casaus. Also numerous grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; one brother, David and his wife Lucille Gonzales; sister, Julie Cordova; and many other friends and relatives. The Casaus Family would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers. A special thank you to her neighbors, Abe and Connie Apodaca and Mr. and Mrs Griego. A very special thank you to her Zia Hospice nurses, Joan and Liz. Visitation will take ... (Albuquerque Journal)

Lucinda Anne Melichar MD - Tulsa World

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Cindy is survived by her husband Dr. Robert Melichar; her three children, Lori, Jodi and Jerry; sons in law Sarang Gadkari and “Bappu” Joseph Antony Balummel; sisters Lana Jo Mathis and Sherry Lynn Osborne; many nieces, nephews, and cousins; and grandchildren Pria Sarang Gadkari (6), Amita Sarang Gadkari (3), Kiran Joseph Balummel (6 months) and her newest addition who will be born this February.A memorial service will be held in Tulsa on April 21st, 2012, when Lori is able to travel with the new baby.In lieu of flowers, donations in Cindy’s name can be made to one of the following organizations that meant so much to her: Tulsa County 4-H Foundation; Southminster Presbyterian Church; St. John Medical Center. This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 12/21/2011.

Dr. Donald S. Childs, Jr. ? Rochester

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
His knowledge of classical music was encyclopedic, he challenged his children to “name the composer” games while he named the conductor.He was married to Ann Osborne Whiteley of York, Pa., in 1942. They had 58 years together until her death in 2000. He was preceded in death by Ann and by his son, Anthony Edwards Childs.He is survived by six children, William Childs of Chigasaki, Japan, Martha Childs Abts of Rochester, Stuart Childs of Corbett, Ore., Constance Childs Elliott of Houston, Texas, Sally Childs Richendrfer of Mt. Vernon, Wash., and Ann Edwards Childs of Mt. Vernon, Wash.;10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.A private memorial service and interment of his ashes will be held at a later time.Contributions in Dr. Childs' memory may be made to the Mayo Clinic for Alzheimers Disease Research. (Post Bulletin)

Robert Edward Hollands (MARTINEZ, Ga.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Joyce North. Graveside services, under the direction of McConnell Funeral Home in Athens, AL will be held Friday, October 7, 2011 at 2:00 P.M. at Roselawn Cemetery in Athens with Donald Osborne officiating. Honorary Pallbearers will be the grandsons. Memorial contributions may be made to University Health Care Foundation, Dr. John Kelly Endowment, 2100 Central Ave., Suite D1, Augusta, GA 30904. The family will receive friends Wednesday evening in Augusta from 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. at Thomas Poteet(s)and(s)Son Funeral Directors, 214 Davis Rd., Augusta, GA 30907 (706) 364-8484. Please sign the guestbook at www.thomaspoteet.com Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com/obits The Augusta Chronicle-October 4, 2011 ...

Robert Edward Hollands (MARTINEZ, Ga.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Tue, Oct 4, 2011
Joyce North. Graveside services, under the direction of McConnell Funeral Home in Athens, AL will be held Friday, October 7, 2011 at 2:00 P.M. at Roselawn Cemetery in Athens with Donald Osborne officiating. Honorary Pallbearers will be the grandsons. Memorial contributions may be made to University Health Care Foundation, Dr. John Kelly Endowment, 2100 Central Ave., Suite D1, Augusta, GA 30904. The family will receive friends Wednesday evening in Augusta from 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. at Thomas Poteet(s)and(s)Son Funeral Directors, 214 Davis Rd., Augusta, GA 30907 (706) 364-8484. Please sign the guestbook at www.thomaspoteet.com Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com/obits The Augusta Chronicle-October 4, 2011 ...

I don't relish using words like 'catastrophe' about the economy. But now it's ... - The Guardian

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
Robbins's memoirs would make enlightening reading for Mr Osborne and policymakers at the European Central Bank, the Bundesbank and the German government in Berlin. The fact of the matter is that Europe-wide austerity is not the answer to the eurozone's problems, at a time when there is much at stake. As for the UK scene, the idea that a private sector phoenix would spontaneously arise from the ashes of the public sector redundancy policy has been shattered by the latest unemployment figures. At which point I wish to pay a tribute to Sir Douglas Allen (later Lord Croham), the former Treasury permanent secretary, who died last week. His career has been well-covered in the obituaries, but I should like to share with readers a remark he made towards the end of his life, as he reflected on the recent financial crisis. Douglas was a hard-bitten pragmatist, and certainly worried about excessive Keynesianism. But when asked about the obsession with balancing the budget at a time like this, he replied: "Balanced budget? You need to balance the economy." Hear, hear! ...

I don't relish using words like 'catastrophe' about the economy. But now it's ... - The Guardian

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
Robbins's memoirs would make enlightening reading for Mr Osborne and policymakers at the European Central Bank, the Bundesbank and the German government in Berlin. The fact of the matter is that Europe-wide austerity is not the answer to the eurozone's problems, at a time when there is much at stake. As for the UK scene, the idea that a private sector phoenix would spontaneously arise from the ashes of the public sector redundancy policy has been shattered by the latest unemployment figures. At which point I wish to pay a tribute to Sir Douglas Allen (later Lord Croham), the former Treasury permanent secretary, who died last week. His career has been well-covered in the obituaries, but I should like to share with readers a remark he made towards the end of his life, as he reflected on the recent financial crisis. Douglas was a hard-bitten pragmatist, and certainly worried about excessive Keynesianism. But when asked about the obsession with balancing the budget at a time like this, he replied: "Balanced budget? You need to balance the economy." Hear, hear! ...




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