Ruby Rose Designs
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Jun 19, 2020
David Jordan | Obituary - Valdosta Daily Times
In lieu of flowers the family respectfully requests that memorial gifts be made to, The Mentor's Project of Bibb County, P.O. Box 13750, Macon, GA, 31208. Graveside services will be held at McLane Riverview Memorial Gardens on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 11 a.m. with Dr. Jim Law and Rev. Mike Davis officiating. The family will receive friends on Friday from 5-7 p.m. at the Martin McLane Funeral Home. Condolences to the family may be conveyed online at www.mclanecares.com. Martin McLane Funeral Home.
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Flowers, anger, regret as accused kidnapper indicted
U.S. Attorney's Office will be the only agency commenting about the case.Christensen, 28, remains in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service at the Macon County Jail. He was denied bail last week in his second appearance before U.S. Magistrate Judge Eric Long and is due back in Long's courtroom at 3 p.m. July 20 for arraignment.A preliminary hearing scheduled for Friday at the federal courthouse in Urbana was vacated.Few new details were provided in the indictment issued Wednesday, with much of the information revealed about the investigation stemming from the June 30 affidavit of FBI Special Agent Anthony Manganaro.The indictment alleges that Christensen "willfully and unlawfully seized, confined, inveigled, decoyed, kidnapped, abducted, and carried away" Ms. Zhang "and otherwise held her for his own benefit and purpose, and used and caused to be used a means, facility and instrumentality of interstate commerce, namely, a Motorola cellular telephone and a Saturn Astra motor vehicle, in committing and in furtherance of the commission of the offense."If Christensen is convicted of kidnapping, he could face up to life in prison.The government's case appeared to grow stronger last week, when Assistant U.S. Attorney Bryan Freres revealed in court new details about the investigation during Christensen's detention hearing.Among them:— While under surveillance during a Thursday vigil for Ms. Zhang outside Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Christensen allegedly explained the "characteristics of an ideal victim."— He was allegedly captured on a recording picking out other potential victims at that same public vigil, held the night before his arrest.— Authorities taped Christensen on another occasion describing how he kidnapped Ms. Zhang and carried her back to his apartment, how she "fought and resisted against him" and how he restrained her.— He threatened another person involved in the case to whom he provided incriminating information. Authorities did not say who that person was.Long said the evidence against Christensen "seemed strong," adding: "That certainly indicates to me a danger."Freres is prosecuting the case with fellow assistant U.S. Attorney Eugene Miller. Both are UI alumni.The search for Ms. Zhang remains an ongoing investigation conducted by the FBI, University of Illinois Police and the Illinois State Police, authorities said Wednesday.UI discussing how to better prepare visitorsUniversity of Illinois officials have been meeting to discuss bolstering international student education on American culture and safety before they get to campus, UI Police Lt. Joan Fiesta said.Fiesta made the announcement during Wednesday's monthly gathering of the Champaign-Urbana Community Coalition. She said the meetings so far have taken the temperature of the situation and that no specific education plans have been formulated yet.The meetings come after visiting Chinese scholar Yingying Zhang was allegedly kidnapped by former UI grad student Brendt Christensen on June 9. Ms. Zhang is presumed dead, according to the FBI.Since then, some Chinese students have told The News-Gazette that they don't think the university prepares them enough for their trip overseas. The school has the largest Chinese enrollment among U.S. higher-education institutions, with more than 5,600 students.NATALIE WICKMAN... (Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette)May 18, 2016
Former POW to celebrate 100th birthday
In 1941, the world war raging across continents led him to be drafted into the U.S. Army. After basic training in Macon, Ga., he was shipped off to Belfast, Ireland, in 1942 and then to the front lines in north Africa later that year.
"We had a mountain to hold," Stewart said of his squad's assignment on a fateful day. "We got a notice to evacuate. The best way to get out was the desert. I was watching a battle with binoculars, and before I knew it, a German convoy came through."
He and his squad were captured Feb. 18, 1943, and taken by ship and train over the next two weeks to a succession of POW camps in Germany.
"We were treated all right, except we didn't have anything to eat," said Stewart, who was aided by two things in his efforts to survive the camps: his slight build that required less food, and that he didn't smoke. As a result, he was able to trade his cigarette rations from the Red Cross to the German guards for food – when they had any to barter.
"One time I even traded cigarettes for a hot bath," Stewart said.
Stewart put the building skills he learned at home to use in the camps.
"The first day or two we were there, they called for any carpenters to come forward. I was the only one who was a carpenter," he said. "They sent me to a workshop ... and that kept me busy."
How the POWs kept busy, as well as how they kept their spirits up, is chronicled by the journal Stewart started in the camp.
The simple cover, now tattered but still legible, has bold lettering identifying it as a "WARTIME LOG 1941-1945."
Inside are poems, pictures, drawings, letters from home, names and hometowns of POWs – even a red armband emblazoned with a vivid black swastika. Some of the artwork and writings were produced by Stewart, who kept the journal hidden from German guards for the 26 months he was a POW; other parts were produced by other POWs.
One page features a carefully drawn bouquet of flowers captioned "Mothers' Day;" a poem titled "Prisoner's Dream" credited to a POW named... (Bowling Green Daily News)May 3, 2016
Mother's Day gift and travel guide
Environ has a gift set in honor of its 25th anniversary (dermaconcepts.com) that includes masque, hydrating oils, eye gel and hand cremes for $250. VENeffect, Cosmedicine and Bliss World all make anti-aging cremes and serums, while CeraVe makes numerous hydrating cleansers and moisturizing lotions.
Mineral Fusion is quietly rivaling Avon, Maybelline and Estee Lauder as a full-service manufacturer of beauty products as it makes its own line of lipsticks, eye shadow, mascara, moisturizers, body lotions and shampoos.
Hair products are a tricky purchase because nearly everyone is particular about what they want to use on or for their scalp. Conair, Drybar and Rusk make hair driers and curling irons that make hair look fuller, as do shampoos such as Grande Hair Nutra Peptide, Austin Kyle and Paul Brown.
Eyelashes are getting almost as much attention these days as hair is in the beauty industry. Grande Lash and Palladio Beauty’s Lash Obsessed Mascara are sure to bring attention to mom’s eyes.
Summer is coming and that means so is sandals season. Ocean Minded and Havaianas both make sandals that can be worn as part of everyday fashion as well as on the beach. The same can be said for those durable clogs made by Crocs or the stylish, durable, as well as American-made, spa shoes produced by Oka-B. If mom wants stylish summer dress shoes check out the collection from designer Carolinna Espinosa.
Foot comfort is important around the house as well. Dear Foams (dearfoams.com) and Very Lovely Soles (verylovelysoles.com) both make quality inexpensive slippers. If you want to splurge, Minnie Rose (minnierose.com) makes cashmere slippers.
The arrival of warmer days means that the sun is out for more hours and that its rays are quite direct. Coola, Kiss My Face and Coppertone all make sunscreens with high SPF counts that maximize skin protection.
Sunglasses are also a must to prevent ocular damage. Safilo is the leader in the field of fashionable and functional eyewear, as it has stylish frames in various price points — from ritzy Jimmy Choo and Fendi that run north of $300 to the surprisingly affordable Marc by Marc Jacobs in the $125 neighborhood, to their OXYDO and Polaroid lines that run under $100. If you think mom would like the round rimless specs favored by, most famously, John Lennon and Meg Ryan, you should check out Silhouettes (silhouettes.com). Modasten’s stylish Polarized Italian and 100% UV Italian Collection retail for around $100.
If your mother loves to be in the kitchen, Pottery Barn, Sur La Table and Crate & Barrel have every type of cookware imaginable. Kohl’s has exclusive deals with the Food Network and celebrity chef Bobby Flay. All of the aforementioned have a large inventory of art frames, trays and petri dishes in all shapes and sizes as well.
Staying in shape is important for everyone. Ryka is one of the few athletic shoe companies that makes running shoes and other types of sneakers exclusively for women. The Jibs Life (thejibslife.com) makes a comfortable slip-on for a stroll on the boardwalk.
Some older mothers are technophobes and know little or nothing about things that a lot of us take for granted, such as the internet and email. If you’re afraid that your mom would be intimidated by a desktop or laptop computer, then start her off with an inexpensive tablet such as those from Samsung, Acer or Lenovo, or the Amazon Kindle Fire. She can protect her mobile devices and laptops with cases from Otter Box. Brush Cases makes artistic protectiv... (Queens Chronicle)May 3, 2016
2016 Mother's Day Gift & Travel Guide
Environ has a gift set in honor of its 25th anniversary (dermaconcepts.com) that includes masque, hydrating oils, eye gel, and hand cremes for $250. VENeffect , Cosmedicine, and Bliss World all makes anti-aging cremes and serums while CeraVe makes numerous hydrating cleansers and moisturizing lotions.
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