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first_img In Memoriam Leonard Frank Binder, Miami Admitted 1985; Died March 1, 2004 Jack R. Bissell, Sarasota Admitted 1951; Died August 17, 2003 Richard John Brodeur, Sanibel Admitted 1968; Died February 8, 2004 John Steven Burnett, St. Petersburg Admitted 1982; Died March 3, 2004 Bryant S. Carroll, Jr., Jacksonville Admitted 1965; Died August 30, 2003 Alberto Adrian De Alejo, Tampa Admitted 1975; Died February 26, 2004 Colonel Norman A. Faulkner, Tucson, AZ Admitted 1948; Died March 4, 2004 Karen Finkle, West Palm Beach Admitted 2000; Died December 13, 2003 Edward Dean Foreman, St. Petersburg Admitted 1972; Died March 17, 2004 Lester L. Goldstein, Miami Admitted 1978; Died March 16, 2004 Thomas Hayden Greiwe, Tampa Admitted 1989; Died April 12, 2004 Albert H. Grinsted, Shalimar Admitted 1973; Died February 14, 2004 Lane Mack Hauge, Havre, MT Admitted 1983; Died August 16, 2003 Bobby Lex Kirby, Lake Butler Admitted 1976; Died February 27, 2004 Charles Beckham Kniskern, Jr., Winter Springs Admitted 1943; Died April 9, 2004 Hylan H. Kout, Plantation Admitted 1939; Died May 21, 2003 William Lipsitz, Ft. Lauderdale Admitted 1934; Died February 7, 2004 Edgar W. McCurry, Jr., Jacksonville Admitted 1958; Died March 18, 2004 Norman Meltzer, Pompano Beach Admitted 1987; Died November 24, 2003 Antonio R. Menendez, Miami Admitted 1980; Died April 11, 2004 Julius Frederick Parker, Jr., Tallahassee Admitted 1963; Died March 8, 2004 Stanley M. Pred, North Miami Beach Admitted 1952; Died March 31, 2004 John Steven Reynolds, West Palm Beach Admitted 1982; Died March 13, 2004 Mary Onie Riggs, Metairie, LA Admitted 1981; Died February 10, 2001 Douglas Dedrick Rozelle, Jr., West Palm Beach Admitted 1976; Died March 19, 2004 R. Stephen Shibla, Tampa Admitted 2002; Died April 9, 2004 Robert James Simms, Tampa Admitted 1975; Died April 9, 2004 Louis Franklin Sisson III, Ft. Myers Admitted 1978; Died August 15, 2003 Arthur Irving Snyder, Hollywood Admitted 1953; Died April 8, 2004 Martin Starr, Miami Admitted 1954; Died January 13, 2004 David U. Tumin, Jacksonville Admitted 1955; Died December 19, 2000 Thomas Everett White Admitted 1994; Died March 9, 2004 May 15, 2004 In Memoriam In Memoriamlast_img read more

Irish consultant seeks multi-asset manager for €30m mandate

first_imgTracking error should be between 5% and 10%.Managers should have at least €500m already in the strategy and at least a three-year track record. Respondents should state performance to 30 June 2018, net of fees.The deadline for responses is 16 August at 5pm UK time. The IPE news team is unable to answer any further questions about IPE Quest, Discovery, or Innovation tender notices to protect the interests of clients conducting the search. To obtain information directly from IPE Quest, please contact Jayna Vishram on +44 (0) 20 3465 9330 or email [email protected] An Irish consultancy has tendered for a €30m multi-asset, absolute return mandate via IPE Quest.According to search QN-2466, the unnamed consultant is searching for a global multi-asset manager running money on an active basis.Managers bidding for the mandate should run their portfolios with consideration for environmental, social, and corporate governance factors.The mandate will be monitored against a ‘cash plus 5%’ benchmark.last_img read more

LA Clippers trying to close gap with Golden State Warriors

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “But right now, Golden State’s the best team in the NBA. I don’t think it’s even close and so we have to try to catch them.”The Spurs (45-9) are No. 2 in the West, Oklahoma City (40-14) is No. 3, the Clippers No. 4. The same question was put to center DeAndre Jordan.“Nah,” he said. “Jeff’s a great player, we are really lucky to have him. But we’ve still got a long way to go. They (the Warriors) are proven, we’ve still got things to improve on and we’ve just gotta continue to get better.”Assistant coach Mike Woodson chimed in.“We’d like to think so, but only time will tell,” he said Friday at practice. “We’ll see them tomorrow night. And I think we’ve played those guys pretty well. We just haven’t closed the games out.”The Clippers lost to Golden State twice in November — by four and seven points — and led both times entering the fourth quarter.Rivers coached Green for parts of two seasons in Boston. To Rivers, the 6-foot-9 Green meets the Clippers’ needs.“I really wanted more length,” Rivers said. “When you look at the teams we have to beat, we need to get longer, more athletic and we need to increase our shooting, and I think with Jeff we did all three of those things.”Green can be that instant-offense guy. He scored a season-high 30 points on 11-of-18 shooting against Orlando on Jan. 25. Five nights later, he had 29 points, shooting 11 of 16 against Sacramento.But Green this season is shooting just 30.9 percent (42 of 136) from beyond the arc; his career percentage is 34.0. Moreover, the scouting report on Green is he can be a defensive liability at times. If he doesn’t grasp that on a team whose defense has improved, that could be an issue.Green is looking forward to the challenge.“I’m a versatile guy who can play multiple positions and do multiple things on the floor,” he said before practicing for the first time with the Clippers. “So I’m pretty sure Doc is going to put me in positions where I can succeed and where I can helps this team out.”Being familiar with Rivers and his system is a plus, Green said.“Having played the two years with Doc and knowing what he wants, what he expects out of his players, is big,” said Green, who missed the 2011-12 season to have heart surgery to repair an aortic aneurysm.Sixth-man Jamal Crawford echoed that sentiment.“He’ll probably hit the ground running faster than most guys would traded in mid-season,” he said.There is no word yet on if and when Green will get into the starting lineup. But he has started more than not during his career — he started 31 of 53 games with Memphis — so it won’t be surprising to see that happen.The Clippers have gone 19-5 since Blake Griffin went out with a partially torn quad tendon. Griffin’s fractured right hand — busted on the face of team equipment staffer Matias Testi — will keep him out until sometime in March.Once Griffin returns, that might be the real test, especially if the Clippers continue to win like they have without him.Can Rivers make it all mesh together?As Woodson said, time will tell. Clippers coach Doc Rivers is realistic.He knows what’s been happening with the Golden State Warriors, who have been torrid this season while posting a record of 48-4 ahead of their games Friday night at Portland and Saturday night against the Clippers at 5:30 at Staples Center (on ABC).The Warriors won the NBA title a season ago. Now they’re on pace to get the most victories in a single season. That stands at 72, done by the Chicago Bulls in 1995-96.This is not good news for the Clippers, who could play the Warriors in the second round of the playoffs. If the Clippers finish fourth in the Western Conference and Golden State takes first, that would be the scenario assuming both teams win in the first round.center_img Since the Clippers have never gotten past the second round in franchise history, the odds of them getting over that hump this season shrink dramatically in that case.The Clippers made a trade at Thursday’s deadline that could aid them. They shipped guard/forward Lance Stephenson and a future draft pick to the Memphis Grizzlies for forward Jeff Green, who played for Clippers coach Doc Rivers at Boston.Green was averaging 12.2 points and 4.5 rebounds for Memphis, and the 29-year-old has averaged 14.1 points and 5.0 rebounds over his eight-year career.Does this close the gap between the Clippers (36-18) and Warriors?“Well, I don’t think anyone has closed the gap on Golden State, or San Antonio, even though we just won,” Rivers said late Thursday after his team defeated the San Antonio Spurs 105-86 at Staples Center. “We have a lot of work to do. But we want to just stay in the argument. And when we get to one of those teams, we’ll find that out.last_img read more

Alley edges Trimmer by 10 votes; hospital sales tax votes in Wellington; Sumner in line with other Kansas voters

first_imgBELLE PLAINE CLERK MORRIS CLERK Mike PompeoRep5127 OSBORNE CLERK n/a n/a LONDON CLERKDoug PattonRep213 GREENE CLERKDarlene A. McCartneyRep20 TOWNSHIP/LOCAL OFFICES No1761 Judges of the District CourtFrances E. Meisenheimer, Division #1YES4081 Anthony J. Powell, Position #10YES4286 AVON CLERK General Election 11/4/2014UNOFFICIAL RESULTS 40 of 40 Precincts ATTORNEY GENERALA.J. KotichDem1759 SUMNER CLERKRyan ChitwoodDem42 NO2293 NO2342 Ron EstesRep5384 Michael B. Buser, Position #12YES3651 NAME OF PERSON VOTED FORPTY PECK IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT OFFICERSShirley Burns Douglasn/a19 CONWAY CLERK NO2280 COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCEDennis AndersonDem2256 CREEK CLERKJames W. HareRep56 NO2365 Ken SelzerRep4781 PALESTINE CLERK Larry W. AlleyRep1126 NAME OF OFFICE OR QUESTION   Kasha KelleyRep1643 STATE TREASURERCarmen AlldrittDem1764 HARMON CLERKMike NeisesRep101 JUDICIAL RETENTION   Follow us on Twitter. Lib Larry T. Solomon, Division #4YES4245 ST REPRESENTATIVE 116TH DISTDem Greg Ormanind2614 Tom Malone, Position #11YES4262 SPRINGDALE CLERKTed MeyerRep196 GORE CLERKJim McDanielRep307 ST REPRESENTATIVE 80th DIST.Dem Lee Johnson, Position #6YES3591 BLUFF CLERK Kris KobachRep4573 SOUTH HAVEN CLERKWilliam KnoxRep173 R. Scott McQuin, Division #3YES4599 NATIONAL/STATE OFFICES    NAME OF OFFICE OR QUESTIONNAME OF PERSON VOTED FORPTYVOTES RECEIVED Sam Brownback/Jeff ColyerRep3773 NO2229 Henry W. Green Jr., Position #7YES4208 Melissa Taylor Standridge, Position #13YES3793 JACKSON CLERKDennis D. GuinnDem55 Keen A. Umbehr/Joshua J. UmbehrLib383center_img Derek SchmidtRep5403 NO3252 Pete DeGraafRep152 OXFORD CLERKJason MetzRep418 Lib US SENATORDem SEVENTY-SIX CLERKJohn B. NorrisRep85 DIXON CLERKLawrence HembergerRep188 ILLINOIS CLERK ST REPRESENTATIVE 82ND DISTDannette HarrisDem147 NO2693 WALTON CLERKJulie RussellRep112 Pat RobertsRep4217 Constitutional Question #1Yes5333 Ref FALLS CLERKRod LungrenRep42 Wellington City Sales Tax QuestionYes1408 EDEN CLERKJohn Turner Jr.Rep104 NO2060 Kansas Court of AppealsStephen D. Hill, Position #1YES3743 Patrick D. McAnany, Position #4YES3719 No806 Kim R. Schroeder, Position #5YES4009 DOWNS CLERK GUELPH CLERK CHIKASKIA CLERKDennis TurekRep20 CALDWELL TWP CLERKArlene L. TerrellRep48 COUNTY OFFICES Ref GOVERNOR/LT. GOVERNORPaul Davis/Jill DockingDem3100 Kansas Supreme CourtEric S. Rosen, Position #4YES3230 SECRETARY OF STATEJean Kurtis SchodorfDem2648 RYAN CLERKMichele NorrisDem44      US REPRESENTATIVE 4TH DIST.Perry L. SchuckmanDem2076 VALVERDE CLERK NO2811 Lib COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DIST.Steve WarnerRep2194 NO2562 NO3552 Ref Randall BastonLib447 ST REPRESENTATIVE 79TH DIST.Ed TrimmerDem714 NO2824 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington city voters gave Sumner Regional Medical Center a thumbs up, retaining a one cent sales tax…. Republican Larry Alley appears to have eked out a victory over Democrat Ed Trimmer in the 79th District, thanks to a strong showing in Sumner County…  Sumner County voters fell in line with the state of Kansas and went Republican.The following are the unofficial Sumner County vote totals from Tuesday’s Kansas General Election. The only vote not listed is between Alley and Trimmer. According to our sister website Newscow.net, Alley edged Trimmer 3,279 to 3,269 when combining Sumner and Cowley County. The 79th District encompasses the east edge of Sumner County including the towns of Belle Plaine and Oxford. NO2822 (elect 3)Debbie Tusseyn/a24 WELLINGTON TWP CLERK n/a n/a n/a COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3RD DIST.Cliff BalesRep1992 Kyle D. HoffmanRep2640 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments (8) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +3 Vote up Vote down US senate · 301 weeks ago I have watched the wellington school supt and many of the wellington school board members criticize very harshly Governor Brownback and Kansas State legislature elected leaders at every single school board meeting for the last 4 years. They often have editorials against Governor Brownback and his supporters in the Kansas Legislature at the end of our Wellington school board meetings. I would hope now that the school supt and the local school board members realize that here in sumner county and wellington. The Large majority of the Citizen do support Governor Brownback, kasha Kelley, Kyle Hoffman and Steve Abrams and do support the changes they have made to public education and funding. the last 4 years. The Majority has spoken very loudly on election day and the supt and School board member should understand this now. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down US senate · 301 weeks ago ED Trimmer was the most pro education member of the entire Kansas Legislature the last two years. He was defeated last night because of the overwhelming support for his opponent Mr Alley from the voters of sumner county that are in Ed Trimmers Kansas House District. If you only count Cowley county votes that Ed Trimmer would have been reelected. the voters of sumner county spoke last nigh and they are in large majority support the last four years of changes in education spending from topeka and Governor brownback and the Conservative Kansas Legislature. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down Guest · 301 weeks ago Sheeple make me so tired. Complain that you don’t like the current regime and then you don’t show up to make it better! Then you want to say “Oh woe is us, we can’t make any changes in this red state!” Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down Brownback supporter · 301 weeks ago Thank God we got Brownback instead of Davis. We would have been taxed to death…………. Thank you wise voters that voted with your heads instead of your behinds. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago +2 Vote up Vote down wellington · 301 weeks ago Live well live wellington. ……. always taxed in wellington. ….. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 301 weeks ago So what’s that put the tax rate at now? 9.15? Report Reply 1 reply · active 301 weeks ago 0 Vote up Vote down Credence · 301 weeks ago We are currently 8.55% so an additional 1/2 cent will put us at 9.05% if my math is correct. I am sure this will really help our local businesses compete going forward. I am sure we will have another opportunity next year to vote on increasing taxes for a new need that we were unaware we had. The scare tactics of losing the hospital if the tax was not approved proved to be a very good campaign message to insure passage of this additional tax. Report Reply +2 Vote up Vote down Zach · 301 weeks ago I’m not sure how so many can vote Rep. And also vote in favor of a tax increase for a hospital. Report Reply 0 replies · active 301 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! 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MASSIVE CROWD EXPECTED FOR DIVER’S HYUNDAI OPEN WEEKEND

first_imgBUSINESS: This Saturday and Sunday 28th and 29th May – Diver’s Hyundai who will celebrate twenty years in business at Canal Road, Letterkenny next year welcomes you along to Hyundai’s National Open Weekend. Open all day Saturday and on Sunday from 11am, Terence Diver and his team invites you to come along and see for yourself why Hyundai are ticking all the right boxes in the motoring industry. Our last open weekend saw the launch of the all Hyundai Tucson and there was much anticipation as to how it would look and how sales would go.Well to say that we have been just blown away by what the Tucson has done is simply an understatement.Within the first four months of the year Divers sold 160 Tucsons making it the biggest selling car in Donegal and indeed the entire country with sales continuing to rocket.Hyundai tells us that ‘’Change is Good’’ and the Tucson demonstrates the power of change. Its bold design expresses both agility and elegance in one. The engine line up comprises of two diesel variants, mated to a six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmission and a petrol 1.6 unit.The Tucson comes in 5 trim levels which includes the Tucson Comfort, Tucson Comfort Plus, Tucson Executive, Tucson Premium and the Premium Plus. To date the ‘Executive’ model has been our biggest seller with full leather, sat nav., and reversing camera.Open Weekend:This weekend we invite you to come along and experience just what is different about the complete Hyundai range including the all new Tucson and new Santa Fe.The record breaking Hyundai i10 whose sales nationwide have outsold similar size cars in the ‘Segment A’ category has made it the country’s biggest selling, biggest loved, small car in its class.  The i20 distinctive styling creates a thoroughly ‘grown up’ impression.Inside that carefully sculptured exterior is a surprisingly roomy passenger cabin of class-leading proportions, together with levels of refinement and equipment that are normally found only in larger cars more expensive cars. The i30 creates an impression of strength and character that you’ve come to expect from Hyundai. The closer you get , the more you’ll appreciate the tangible quality that is evident throughout.Within the roomy interior you’ll notice that materials have been selected not only for longevity, but also to create a quality impression to the eye and to the touch.The i40 with its sleekly elegant body offers uncompromised comfort and quality. But looks aren’t everything, the i40 also comes with significant functional and technological upgrades that enhance the total driving experience and ownership experience.The all new best selling car in the country The Hyundai Tucson-we’ve said it all already about this vehicle which is simply in a league of its own, so come along and test drive it this weekend. The New Hyundai Santa Fe:Close inspection of the new Santa Fe confirms an overall impression of refinement. It’s evident in the finely sculptured contours that embrace the new hexagonal grille, Xenon Headlamps, Led running lights and eye-catching fog lamps. New alloy wheels add an extra touch of style and athleticism. Beneath the skin, an impressive portfolio of new safety, comfort and convenience technologies combines to provide a thoroughly rewarding driving experience. Call and see the new Santa Fe in our showrooms.162 DL 4U:It’s Back!! Yes, Hyundai’s Trade and Upgrade is back and it’s available for the month of June at our premises.By trading in your current car you can avail of 5 years ‘FREE’ servicing or up to €4,000 scrappage bonus on your existing vehicle.This weekend come along, view our range and our sales team will be happy to answer all your questions.At Diver’s we have affordable ‘Finance Packages’ to suit everyone including PCP ( Personal Contract Plan) the new ay of financing your car.This plan ensures that customers have trouble free motoring and peace of mind for the duration of the plan at an affordable cost.Looking Good: Thank you for your feedback on the renovations that we have carried out in recent months at our premises to make your experience at Diver’s Hyundai more comfortable and enjoying.Call in and this weekend and see for yourself why more and more people are choosing Hyundai……’Change is Good’…. Believe everything you hear.MASSIVE CROWD EXPECTED FOR DIVER’S HYUNDAI OPEN WEEKEND was last modified: May 25th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessDiver’s HyundaiFeaturesnewsOpen weekendlast_img read more