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December 7, 1998
Janet Lewis, 99, the poet who led the University of Chicago school of imagists, died Tuesday in Los Altos, Calif.Pub Date: 12/07/98
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February 18, 2007
On January 28, 2007, GERALDINE ARTHURS, 88, of Huntington Beach, CA, formerly of Baltimore, MD, Los Altos, CA and Sarasota, FL. She is survived by husband G. Harry Eser, son Gary Stewart Eser, daughter Vicki Eser Norman and four grandchildren.
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NEWS
February 18, 2007
On January 28, 2007, GERALDINE ARTHURS, 88, of Huntington Beach, CA, formerly of Baltimore, MD, Los Altos, CA and Sarasota, FL. She is survived by husband G. Harry Eser, son Gary Stewart Eser, daughter Vicki Eser Norman and four grandchildren.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2004
A man charged with killing a 15-year-old Woodlawn girl whose body was then burned had been arrested and released several days before FBI agents found him and a second murder suspect in a remote area of northern California, authorities in California said yesterday. Jason T. Richards slipped away from authorities after he gave a false name when arrested during a Sept. 28 traffic stop that yielded drugs and guns, said Sgt. John Hughmanick, a spokesman for the Los Altos, Calif., Police Department.
FEATURES
By Peninsula Times Tribune | December 7, 1990
LOS ALTOS, Calif. -- Walter Singer patted his stomach and joked that he might need a little extra stuffing to fit into his Santa Claus suit this year."
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2004
A man charged with killing a 15-year-old Woodlawn girl whose body was then burned had been arrested and released several days before FBI agents found him and a second murder suspect in a remote area of northern California, authorities in California said yesterday. Jason T. Richards slipped away from authorities after he gave a false name when arrested during a Sept. 28 traffic stop that yielded drugs and guns, said Sgt. John Hughmanick, a spokesman for the Los Altos, Calif., Police Department.
BUSINESS
March 16, 1992
Diversity neededCorporate America will have to increase ethnic and gender diversity in the workplace to remain competitive during the 1990s, human resources experts say."You can't have a work force that's not diversified because you're not accurately representing the customer base," says Theodore M. Campbell, a corporate operations manager who oversees Digital Equipment Corp.'s minority hiring programs.The changing nature of the American population and the interdependence of U.S. and foreign companies require corporate America to diversify its work force to survive, says John P. Fernandez of Advanced Research Management Consultants of Philadelphia.
SPORTS
By Pat Sullivan and Pat Sullivan,San Francisco Chronicle | March 31, 1991
LOS ALTOS, Calif. -- You're a professional athlete in your prime, only in your late 20s. In seven years as a tour golfer, you've won 13 tournaments. You've just surpassed $1 million in earnings, and the future seems unlimited.So what's your next move?If you're Juli Inkster, one of the top stars on the LPGA Tour, you take time out to have a baby, of course."I've always been kind of a rebel, kind of a rouser," says Inkster of her approach to life.What might have been unthinkable to others the interruption of a highly successful professional athletic career at or near its peak came naturally to Inkster and husband Brian, head professional at Los Altos Golf and Country Club.
NEWS
January 13, 2005
On Monday, January 10, 2005, EDNA RAYE BOWMAN lived in Washington, DC for most of her life and spent the last few years in Baltimore. She is survived by her daughters, Jan Ingles of Baltimore, MD, Lynn Hickey of Wallace, NC; two sisters, Jan Truitt of Los Altos, CA and Darlene Coston of Fort Worth, TX; grandchildren, Sandra Watts, Alex Middelthon and Claudia Hickey; one great-grandchild, Michael Watts. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Michael The Arch Angel Catholic Church, Belair Road, Baltimore, MD, on Saturday, January 15 at 1 P.M.
NEWS
January 26, 1991
William K. Smith, who owned record and hobby shops in the Baltimore area, died Jan. 11 at a hospital in Mountainview, Calif., after a short illness.Mr. Smith, who was 82, moved to Santa Clara, Calif., in the mid-1960s after retiring as owner of the Royal Hobby Shop in Woodlawn.The Baltimore native started the hobby shop in the late 1940 after owning a record store next to the Royal Theater on Pennsylvania Avenue since the 1930s.He is survived by a daughter, Betty Daughton of Los Altos, Calif.
NEWS
December 7, 1998
Janet Lewis, 99, the poet who led the University of Chicago school of imagists, died Tuesday in Los Altos, Calif.Pub Date: 12/07/98
BUSINESS
March 16, 1992
Diversity neededCorporate America will have to increase ethnic and gender diversity in the workplace to remain competitive during the 1990s, human resources experts say."You can't have a work force that's not diversified because you're not accurately representing the customer base," says Theodore M. Campbell, a corporate operations manager who oversees Digital Equipment Corp.'s minority hiring programs.The changing nature of the American population and the interdependence of U.S. and foreign companies require corporate America to diversify its work force to survive, says John P. Fernandez of Advanced Research Management Consultants of Philadelphia.
SPORTS
By Pat Sullivan and Pat Sullivan,San Francisco Chronicle | March 31, 1991
LOS ALTOS, Calif. -- You're a professional athlete in your prime, only in your late 20s. In seven years as a tour golfer, you've won 13 tournaments. You've just surpassed $1 million in earnings, and the future seems unlimited.So what's your next move?If you're Juli Inkster, one of the top stars on the LPGA Tour, you take time out to have a baby, of course."I've always been kind of a rebel, kind of a rouser," says Inkster of her approach to life.What might have been unthinkable to others the interruption of a highly successful professional athletic career at or near its peak came naturally to Inkster and husband Brian, head professional at Los Altos Golf and Country Club.
FEATURES
By Peninsula Times Tribune | December 7, 1990
LOS ALTOS, Calif. -- Walter Singer patted his stomach and joked that he might need a little extra stuffing to fit into his Santa Claus suit this year."
NEWS
October 9, 1991
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Life was full for Dr. Norman Lewiston, a pioneering surgeon, teacher and researcher at Stanford University. But no one knew just how full it was until his death revealed that he had three wives."
NEWS
December 31, 2003
Faye Copeland, 82, a convicted killer who was once the nation's oldest woman on death row, died Sunday at a nursing home in Chillicothe, Mo., where she had been released on medical parole. Copeland was convicted and sentenced to death along with her husband for the murders of five transients as part of a livestock swindle at their farm in the 1980s. A federal court commuted her sentence to life in prison in 1999. Phil Goldman, 39, a Silicon Valley engineer who co-founded WebTV, died Friday in Los Altos Hills, Calif.
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