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Cassaday Turkle Christian Funeral and Crematin Srvce

Cassaday Turkle Christian Funeral and Crematin Srvce
75 South Union Avenue
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (330) 823-1050
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Qantas to Add More Dallas/Fort Worth Flights - Sacramento Bee

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
United States and Australia/New Zealand. Flights from DFW and the American Airlines alliance are part of Qantas' international strategy to serve key global hubs and develop stronger relationships with airline partners. Qantas' Executive Manager, Stephen Thompson, said the demand for flights to DFW had been extremely pleasing. "We are delighted to be offering more frequent flights from Dallas/Fort Worth after a successful first year of operation on the route," Mr. Thompson said. "This announcement is all about putting our gateway strategy into action and building a stronger Qantas International for our customers." "As a perfectly located hub airport less than four hours from every major US city, DFW offers excellent connections to Australia for American visitors." "We codeshare with American Airlines on flights from around 60 destinations into DFW, tapping into an enormous inbound tourism market." "Since launching our joint business agreement with American Airlines earlier this year, we have worked closely together to maximize tourism and...

Jacksonville set to make bid for college football title game - St. Augustine Record

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The Gator Bowl attempted to match Notre Dame and West Virginia for the national championship in 1988 (the game went to the Fiesta Bowl) and also made bids to be part of the Bowl Coalition, the Bowl Alliance and the BCS, all systems that attempted to match the Nos. 1 and 2 teams in the polls or through complicated rankings systems. Catlett said he’s excited even more about the chance to get a game in which computers and polls won’t be a part of the process. “Not everyone thinks this is perfect — some would still want an eight- or 16-team playoff,” he said. “But it’s the closest anyone has come to a playoff at this level. We’ve been trying for more than 20 years and we’re ready to try again.” championship#ixzz1yU0rVenk ...

Filings show power of super PACs to shape presidential contest - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Nearly $5 million of the $6.6 million Restore Our Future raised last month came from 25 corporations and individuals who donated at least $100,000 each. Three donated $500,000 each: Alliance Coal CEO Joseph Craft of Tulsa.; Bruce Kovner, a New York hedge fund founder; and David Lisonbee, who runs 4Life Research, a wellness supplement company in Utah. Other donors to the pro-Romney super PAC have ties to the consumer-loan industry. RTTTA, a Provo, Utah, corporation that gave $75,000 to the super PAC, is run by J. Todd Rawle, listed in Arizona secretary of State filings as an officer of two payday lending firms. Select Management Resources Inc., a Georgia-based company, donated $100,000. It operates LoanMax, which specializes in auto title loans. Super PACs are barred from coordinating with campaigns, but many are run by close allies of the candidates and their financial support has come at crucial moments in the campaign. Restore Our Future spent $9.4million against Gingrich in Florida, helping Romney win there. Other notable Restore Our Future donors include: Texas billionaire Harold Simmons, who gave $100,000 to the Romney super PAC last month. Simmons, a veteran Republican fundraiser, helped fund Swift Boat ads in 2004 attacking Democrat John Kerry’s Vietnam record. Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, who ran unsuccessfully for California governor in 2010, also donated $100,000. The reports filed Monday also highlight the ability of a single donor to fuel a super PAC. Jon Huntsman Sr., the billionaire father of former Utah governor Jon Huntsman, donated another $335,000 to January to Our Destiny PAC, a super PAC that supported his son’s unsuccessful presidential campaign. In all, the elder Huntsman gave $2.2 million to the super PAC, nearly 70(PERCENT) of the money it collected.

Norman Lear: American dream worth fighting for

Sat, Feb 4, 2012
Occupiers have unleashed decades of pent-up patriotic outrage against the systematic violation of our nation's core principles by the "say good-bye to the middle class" alliance of the neocons, theocons and corporate America. To those many millions of Americans whose guts tell them the Occupy movement is on to something but aren't the sort to camp out or protest in the street, I say find another way to let your voice be heard in the new year. Work with others who share your passion for equal opportunity and equal justice for all Americans, and find ways to channel outrage into productive action. I'm betting you'll find, as I have over my nearly four score plus 10, that you'll form some of the most rewarding relationships and have some of the most meaningful experiences of your life. I have been lucky in many ways. I was raised by my immigrant grandfather to treasure the freedom and opportunities America offers. I also learned early to fear the power of demagogues with megaphones, as an 11-year-old listening to the anti-Semitic ravings and attacks on President Franklin D. Roosevelt from radio priest Father Coughlin, the spiritual godfather of those who poison our airwaves and online forums today. By the time I was a teenager, I knew that the values of individual and religious liberty were worth fighting for, which is why I dropped out of college to enlist in the war against Hitler. Since then, I have repeatedly seen Americans get off their couches to hold this country accountable to its stated values. They did it to fight for civil rights and the dismantling of the legal apartheid of Jim Crow; for the women's movement; for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. They have rallied to ensure that immigrants are treated with dignity and justice. All these efforts to overcome bigotry and institutionalized... (Winona Daily News)

Jamie Samuelsen's blog: Time will tell how Joe Paterno is remembered - Detroit Free Press

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Gator Bowl. But I think more people remember him for the good than that final furious act. Bonds is one of the greatest players in the history of baseball. But his stupid dalliance with steroids to inflate his body to inflate his stats will always leave him branded a cheater. The bad outweighs the good for Bonds, at least it does in most people’s eyes. Time will tell how the world remembers Paterno. Bias will come through. Allegiance will come through. But in the end, it will be the end. The 46 years will sadly, but rightly, be a footnote to the shameful way his career all came to a sudden close.

Leading From Hell and Back - Stephen M. Ross School of Business

Wed, Jan 18, 2012
Chrysler benefits from this relationship, Marchionne is careful not to impose an Italian view of car making on Chrysler. But the technology and platform-sharing is a huge boost for both sides of the alliance. "Everything Fiat has has been made instantly accessible to Chrysler," he said. "There was no attempt at domination." Marchionne's view of leadership also extends beyond the company. He said business leaders have a moral responsibility to help create a better future. "Contributing to the well-being of society as a whole is a responsibility that cannot be left to others," he said. "Those running global enterprises have a responsibility to look beyond their walls and office windows." Right now, Marchionne is trying to temper expectations for Chrysler in 2012. Much went right for the automaker in 2011, and the year-over-year gains it saw will be difficult to replicate. He's also concerned about Europe, which is being dragged down by the heavy debt of countries such as Greece, Italy, Ireland, Spain, and Portugal. Many of those countries have taken or are mulling austerity measures. There's also pressure on countries like Germany and France to step in to help save the euro. All of that creates social tension and it will "require a lot of courage" to stem the economic crisis. Marchionne said he's not seeing the same willingness to sacrifice for the greater good in Europe that he saw during the U.S. recession and auto industry crisis. "Europe has not embraced that," he said. Marchionne and other Chrysler executives were invited to Ross by the Ross Leadership Initiative and the a href="http://www.bu...

George Evans

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
Feb. 26, 1939 - Jan. 6, 2012 REMER - George Evans, 72, of Remer, died Friday in his home. Memorial service: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, in the Northland Alliance Church in Remer. Tags: obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

The 2011 Island Year in Review - Boca Beacon

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
John Parent, Brady Bowe, Colin Dow and Kayla Vaughn.Obituaries: Gladys Gaines Black; Marjorie A. Wyrick; Thomas P. Milligan; Barbara Murphy. February• Midge Mason, the director of the Boca Grande Art Alliance, declared she was retiring from the position.• Darrell Polk was featured in a Boca Grande Historical Society “History Byte.” He discussed times on the island such as World War II, when every available home and bed was taken up by a U.S. soldier, and when the volunteer fire department risked life and limb to keep people and property safe.• Boca Grande residents Jim and Joan Ardrey left Egypt unscathed just hours after the Tahrir Square protests. They came home with quite a tale to tell.• The “Whodunnit?” parade came to town and The Island School got jiggy with it at their annual dance.• The Boca Grande Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed its new executive director, Lew Hastings.• The annual “Taste of Boca” took place, and while the weather varied from windy to stormy the victual fans’ spirits were not dampened.• Ann Lee, Patty Hayes, Shaena Keefe and Shannon Coe were the winners of the Women’s Open Doubles in the Gasparilla Island Tennis Tournament.• History Bytes, sponsored by the Boca Grande Historical Society, featured speakers Capt. Dumplin’ Wheeler and Jackie Sullivan. While Dumplin’ was stifled more than once from telling a particularly saucy tale (by his wife, Dee), the crowd was entertained with other stories such as when the “boys” would run away for days at a time, playing on crashed World War II planes at the south end of the island and dancing the night away at local juke joints.• Scott Ittersagen won the Pigskin Pick’em League for the football season.• The Royal Palm Players performed “Snapshots,” featuring Michele Neitzel, Libbi Bergman and Sally Johnson.• The short-lived island bakery CaffeBoca opened their doors.• The Royal Palm Players rendition of “Frankly Scarlett, You’re Dead” was a big hit with 3rd Street diners.Obituaries: Walter “Mike” Michael; Richard M. Larson; James G. Webb; Charles Rockwell; Steve Everist March• The Bennett family took a prize for the “Most Creative” float in the annual Bike Parade. The “Best Group” award went to the Munchkin Program, “Most Original” went to the Kendle family, and t...

al.com Launches New iPad App for Local Alabama News, Weather, Sports and More - DigitalJournal.com (press release)

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
We are also able to serve clients’ ads across thousands of other sites through our network alliances and target the messages by geography, demographics and behavior.” Download the al.com iPad app from the App Store here. About al.comal.com, an affiliate of Advance Digital, is the leading local website for news and information throughout Alabama featuring the latest Alabama news, business, sports, travel, weather, traffic, shopping and entertainment information. In addition, al.com has a comprehensive business listings directory, as well as local classified listings for jobs, homes, apartment rentals and autos. al.com is powered by The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and Press-Register. About The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and (Mobile) Press-RegisterPurchased in the 1950’s and 1960’s by Advance Publications, the Birmingham News, Huntsville Times and (Mobile) Press-Register newspapers collected, edited, printed and delivered the day’s news and advertising in print only. Today, the Birmingham News, Huntsville Times and (Mobile) Press-Register, the dominant multimedia companies in their respective markets, operate state-of-the-art facilities that house over 1,000 employees who create and deliver news, information and advertising on multimedia platforms that are read by over a million adults every week, or 67% of the adults in the three markets. These audience figures are a testament to the quality of reporting and diversity of topics covered by our award-winning news teams, affording our advertisers access to large audiences in all age, education and income groups. No other media reaches more local consumers with one insertion than the Birmingham News, Huntsville Times and (Mobile) Press-Register. About Advance DigitalAdvance Digital, based in Jersey City, NJ, provides digital information and connection solutions for local consumers and businesses. The company operates 11 media properties across the U.S. that are the number one local news, information and community hubs in the markets they serve. The sites include al.com, cleveland.com, gulflive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, SILive.com, syracuse.com, MassLive.com, PennLive.com, and lehighvalleylive.com. About Verve WirelessVerve monetizes local mobile media. Our solut...

al.com launches iPad app - al.com (blog)

Sat, Nov 26, 2011
We are also able to serve clients’ ads across thousands of other sites through our network alliances, and target the messages by geography, demographics and behavior.”  ...




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