Robert Paul Scholl

first_imgThose surviving who will cherish Robert’s memory include his sister, Darleen (Harry) Gabbard of Lawrenceville, 5 nieces and nephews and many friends.  Besides his parents he was preceded in death by niece Kathy Rosemeyer and special friend Romilda Huber. Robert Paul Scholl, of Lawrenceville, was born on April 28, 1934 in Weisburg, a son to Paul and Elsie Baas Scholl.  He worked for and later retired from US Shoe Factory in Harrison.  Robert was a life member of St. John Lutheran Church, and a member of Tri-County Harmonizers.  He was known for his tasty fried chicken and won several awards for his homemade wine.  On Friday, August 17, 2018 at the age of 84, Robert passed away at the Waters of Batesville. Friends may visit with the family on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 from 9:30 until time of service at 11 a.m. at St. John Lutheran Church-Hubbell’s Corner.  Burial will follow in Evangelical Union Cemetery.center_img Memorial donations can be directed to St. John Lutheran Church-Hubbell’s Corner.  To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com.  The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Robert Scholl.last_img read more

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Woods the Tiger has got style in the air with Gulfstream G550

first_imgGolf star Tiger Woods is part of sport’s exclusive billionaire club so when you see him fly in his luxury Gulfstream G550 private jet you need not be surprised. The 15 major champ paid £48m for the luxury Gulfstream G550 private jet, which has a top speed of 680mph and can fly 7,767 miles. Woods has also decked out the aircraft with a bedroom, walk-in wardrobe, multiple bathrooms and a luxurious dining area where he can enjoy meals with his girlfriend Erica Herman. Up to 18 people can join Woods on the plane, which can be transformed into an office with an internet connection and a satellite communications system. The 44-year-old is able to jet between golf tournaments and his £41m mansion in Florida. Tiger Woods’luxury Gulfstream G550 jet has a top speed of 680mph and can fly 7,767 miles Woods is currently competing at the PGA Championship but is out of the running for the trophy.Advertisement Speaking at the tournament, Woods admitted that time is running out for him to equal Jack Nicklaus’ record 18 major wins, saying: “There’s not as many (majors left) as when I first started playing. “The reality is that the golf courses are getting bigger “They are getting longer. The margin between making the cut and the lead is a lot smaller than it used to be. Used to be sometimes 12 to 15 shots. Now, we had, what, nine shots? It’s just different. “It’s getting tighter and it’s getting harder to win events, but you look at the leaderboard of most major championships, you see the same guys. May not be always the same winners, but you see the same handful of guys are there. Read AlsoTiger Woods struggles again in final round of Memorial “They understand how to win major championships, how to win the big events, how to plod their way along, how difficult it is to win these big events. “I’ve been accustomed to playing with a lot of people, and a lot of sounds and a lot of movement for my entire career. Some of the guys were joking with me at Memorial saying, ‘Now you know how we feel’.” Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Best Cars Of All Time7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World10 Most Evil Female Characters In Disney MoviesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earthlast_img read more

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Hair found with baby found alive in a bag

first_imgSeymour, IN—A newborn baby found alive in a bag last week was wrapped in a towel. A woman out walking her dog along South Jackson Drive in Seymour discovered the infant along a fence line on Oct. 15.Seymour Police Detective Sgt. C.J. Foster stated that there were also a couple of long strands of hair in the plastic bag. “We don’t know who they were from, but they were from someone other than the infant,” he said.Foster said investigators will perform DNA testing on the hair strands, adding that they’re hoping it will lead to some answers. They still don’t know who the mother could be. They are trying to figure out if she was someone who lived in the Seymour area or out of town. “We reached out to area hospitals to see if anybody would have came in who would have recently had a child and asked them to notify us if anyone did come in,” Foster said.Foster said investigators have not heard anything from area hospitals. Seymour police officers have canvassed the area and looked for surveillance video. They are packaging any evidence they’ve collected from the scene and will send it to the Indiana State Police lab. Police believe the baby girl was only two or three hours old.As for the baby, Foster said she’s doing great. She was released from the hospital on Friday and is in foster care. Police believe the baby is from some type of Hispanic descent. There is a significant Hispanic community in the Seymour area. Police said there is a possibility that the person who abandoned the child could face charges, but they want to know all of the facts in this case and see why things happened the way they did.last_img read more

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F-M bowlers earn sweep of Oswego; ESM falls to Baldwinsville, C-NS

first_imgEach of the Fayetteville-Manlius bowling teams found success in their respective Dec. 20 matches against the Oswego Buccaneers at Green Lakes Bowl.Kevin Winschel again led the boys Hornets in its 2-1 win, closing with a 246 game after games of 206 and 203 to get a three-game total of 655.John Jeffery earned a 545 series, just ahead of the 542 set from Xavier Greene. Oswego lost despite a 682 series from Eric Carson and a 586 series from Jack Warren. Meanwhile, the F-M girls won 3-0 over Oswego to improve to 3-2 on the season, with Kendra Elliott getting off to a quick start, shooting a season-best 245 game on her way to a 560 series.Shelby Miner’s 176 kicked off a 500 series, with Lydia Chase managing a 478 series. Samantha Estock (414 series) and Hannah Smith (403 series) trailed them as Alyssa Morley paced the Bucs with a 438 series.East Syracuse Minoa competed last Monday at Baldwinsville, where the boys Spartans picked up a point, yet still could not quite catch the Bees in a 2-1 defeat. At B’ville Sports Bowl, Tyler Talarico led ESM with a 606 series (215 high game), while Brett Smith and Kobie Gibson had matching three-game totals of 596.John Messina, with a 557 series, edged out the 554 from Ryan Buffum that started with a 220 game, but the Bees got a 704 series from Tanner Rozcyzko, a 651 series from Dylan Williams and a 638 series from Dylan Love.The ESM girls lost 3-0 to B’ville, with America Carhart picking up a 521 series, but no one else on the Spartans close to her total as the Bees had Amelia Ponto shoot a 647 series with three 200-plus games, helped by series of 567 and 564 from sisters Jenna and Julia Spiech.Before this, each of the area’s high school bowling teams had various matches to fit in last week as the holiday break loomed.F-M challenged Fulton Dec. 17 at Lakeview Lanes, and the boys Hornets put up a great effort on the boys side, though it could not quite topple the Red Raiders in a 2-1 decision.With games of 221, 254 and 245, Winschel dazzled again for F-M, finishing with a 720 series as Aidan Koss started with a 215, finished with a 235 and got a 648 set.Fulton countered with greater depth in its lineup. Mitch Donaldson led with a 628 series (high game 233), while Owen Sheldon had a 602 set. Sean Flynn (568 series) and Mark Smith (548 series) were close behind.Meanwhile, in the girls match, F-M could not get a point from Fulton in a 3-0 defeat. Miner started with a 200 in her 503 series and Chase closed with a 187 in her 502 set. The Red Raiders had four series of 530 or better, led by Alexis Ingersoll, who had a three-game total of 616.ESM had its own close boys match with Cicero-North Syracuse at Strike-N-Spare Lanes, but unlike F-M the Spartans did finish on top over the Northstars 2-1.Chris Bayly started with games of 243 and 258 on his way to a 692 series. Talarico, shooting a three-game total of 594, was just ahead of Smith’s 589 series and Buffum’s 569 set. C-NS got a 671 series from Tyler Dottolo and a 638 series from J.J. O’Connell.Despite Carhart’s 202, 201 and 201 games in a 604 series, the ESM girls lost, 3-0, to C-NS, who had a 544 series from Katie Cloonan and a 519 series from Jessaia McGriff. Olivia Nissen gave ESM a three-game total of 426.Only Christian Brothers Academy had a match on Dec. 16, taking on the Chittenango Bears at Strike-N-Spare Lanes and prevailing 3-0 on the girls side to improve its record to 4-1.Eliana Occhino had a strong 539 series for the Brothers that included games of 176, 181 and 182. Cadence Malicek closed with a 188 game in her 469 series as Rachel Farella earned a three-game total of 475.The boys match also went in CBA’s favor, a 3-0 sweep of the Bears that included a 462 series from Garrett Bowman, just ahead of a 436 series from Isaiah Lerch and a 424 series from Peter Scuderi.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Tags: bowlingCBAESMF-Mlast_img read more

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One year later, CSC officers receive praise

first_imgFor the past year, most students living north of the University Park Campus have become accustomed to seeing the “yellow jacket” security personnel on their walks to and from campus.Security · Lupe, a CSC officer on Adams Boulevard, patrols the area north of the University Park Campus, where many students live. – Nicollson Fernandes | Daily Trojan The Contemporary Services Corporation security officers have become a permanent fixture in the USC community, reducing the fear of crime and putting students and community members at ease, said Department of Public Safety Capt. David Carlisle.Thus far, students, community members and especially parents have given the university positive feedback for initiating this security program, Carlisle said.“So far, since we’ve had [CSC] in partnership it has been very successful,” he said.Though the trend of crime in the USC neighborhood has gone down during the past four years, this additional security resource often deters criminals from committing crimes when they see the officers, Carlisle said.“The CSC officers are particularly effective in reducing the fear of crime,” he said.According to Carlisle, the university made a decision to bring the CSC security officers to USC last year to provide an additional layer of security, especially for the majority of students who live off campus.“We wanted a deployment strategy intended to decrease the areas without public safety presence,” Carlisle said.Though DPS is always patrolling the area, it is impossible for  DPS officers to witness every attempted crime, Carlisle said. By working in partnership with CSC, DPS can effectively minimize the potential for crime.Although the CSC security officers are unarmed and cannot detain criminals, they are directed to inform DPS immediately if they see any suspicious behavior. DPS then steps in and apprehends the suspect if necessary.The CSC officers patrol the areas from Jefferson to Adams boulevards north of campus.Gilbert Zenon, an employee at the Los Angeles branch of the CSC, said the main goal of these security officers is to observe and report.“Our guys are out there as a deterrent,” he said.Zenon said the officers have witnessed people attempting to steal bikes or purses. In one instance, a CSC officer even stopped a student from being robbed on the street.Zenon said that over the last year there have not been many criminal instances in which the CSC officers have had to get involved.“We think we’re getting better and better with more experience,” he said.Zenon said he hopes students feel more secure seeing the CSC officers in the area.“We just want to make a positive impact,” he said.Students said they appreciate seing the CSC officers when they are walking home from campus.Melissa Wong, a junior majoring in business administration, said she is glad to see them off campus at night.“I really feel safer when they’re around,” she said.Wong also said that she would like to continue to see them patrolling the area.Devin Altschul, a sophomore majoring in print journalism, said her parents appreciated their presence around campus.“Knowing that they’re there makes me feel more secure and more safe,” she said. “When my parents come to visit, they feel safe knowing that there are people close to me watching over me.”last_img read more

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Lakers sluggish, Kobe Bryant sharp in 126-97 loss to Rockets

first_imgOn this trip, Bryant has somehow averaged 25.6 points on 48.2-percent shooting and 4.3 assists in 33 minutes in the three games the Lakers played on the second night of back-to-backs. “You would think that it would be the other way around,” Scott said. “I have no answer for why he’s able to do that.”Bryant had some answers. He reported he has improved his timing. He has stayed active on off days by running on the treadmill. Scott admitted Bryant played “in facilitating mode” though he attributed to Houston’s defense than Bryant showing better shot selection.“He’s taking some great shots. But he’s getting some more open shots as well,” Scott said. We’re also doing a better job of executing and setting screens when he has that opportunity. So, the volume hasn’t been as much. But obviously the consistency has been much better.” So even if Scott said the Lakers “have a lot of work to do “ following a 1-7 mark, Bryant’s progression exceeded his expectations. He had envisioned Bryant would need to sit in at least one of the Lakers’ sets of back-to-backs. But with Bryant announcing his retirement just before the Lakers’ trip, both Bryant and Scott aimed for him to appear in every game. “He will try everything in his power to play every game,” Scott said. “He also wants to play every game on the road, especially at arenas where he knows he’ll be there at the last time. That’s one of the challenges to this season.”The other challenges include the Lakers manufacturing wins and successfully navigating a heavy travel schedule. But those areas became more challenging than Bryant somehow turning back the clock on nights it’s least expected. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Most of the blame fell on the Lakers’ reserves, which allowed Houston to break the game open with a 29-4 run to open the fourth quarter.“The second unit was terrible,” Scott said. “They kind of came in and all the momentum just kind of shifted, didn’t come in with the same type of energy and the same type of purpose.”:It did not help Houston guard James Harden exerted his playmaking to post 30 points on 11-of-20 shooting, including 16 in the first quarter. Or that Rockets center Dwight Howard showcased his brute strength en route to 18 points on 7-of-8 shooting and 10 rebounds.But amid the Lakers nursing fatigue at the end of their eight-game trip, their 37-year-old star player somehow thrived through it. Kobe Bryant posted a near triple double, in points (25), rebounds (seven) and assists (six). He stuffed the boxscore by shooting 9 of 16 from the field and 4 of 9 from 3-point range despite not playing in the fourth quarter.“My legs are finally catching up,” Bryant said. “Better late than never.”center_img HOUSTON >> The physical and mental strain took its toll on Lakers coach Byron Scott as he spent the past two weeks living out of a suitcase. The Lakers traveled to eight different cities over 13 days. They crossed back and forth between two different time zones. They needed their passport on part of the trip. The excursion represented 41 percent of their entire road schedule for the 2015-16 campaign. “I can’t wait to get back to my bed,” Scott said. “I’m feeling that right now.”Too bad Scott felt that before the Lakers’ 126-97 loss to the Houston Rockets on Saturday at Toyota Center. It appears his players felt it, too, as the Lakers (3-21) lost their sixth consecutive game and concluded with a 1-7 record on their eight-game trip. last_img read more

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