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October 22, 2012
James C. Schwartzman , a shareholder at Stevens & Lee P.C., was appointed vice chair by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to the board of the Interest on Lawyers Trust Account , which provides funds for legal aid to the poor. He has a federal white-collar criminal-defense practice and is chairman of the Philadelphia-area law firm's white-collar litigation and corporate-investigations group. Steven Earhart , a principal at Devon Financial Partners, has been named to the board of representatives of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Eastern Pennsylvania , a nonprofit health-advocacy organization.
FOOD
August 20, 2000 | By Maria Gallagher, FOR THE INQUIRER
What: Jelli Board Manufacturer: Dexas International Inc., Dallas Where: Crate & Barrel catalog Price: $9.95 (set of 2) Acrylic cutting boards are among the most useful kitchen tools. Unlike butcher block surfaces, they don't warp, splinter, stain or collect odors. They can go into the dishwasher for sterilization - a safety advantage if the boards are used for cutting raw meat. The two boards in this set are 81/2-by-11 inches, a handy size for even the most space-challenged kitchen counters.
NEWS
January 8, 1986 | By TYREE JOHNSON, Daily News Staff Writer
Police Commissioner Kevin M. Tucker has named 10 police officials to run three boards that would review the actions of the department's top brass and screen the qualifications of officers seeking promotions and transfers. Chief Inspector Frank Scafidi was named chairman of the accountability board, which also will include Chief Inspector Thomas Roselli and Staff Inspector James Gallagher. The transfer review board will be chaired by Chief Inspector Joseph Orbell and will include Inspector Jerrold Kane and Captain Willie Williams.
NEWS
January 21, 1995 | by Anthony S. Twyman, Daily News Staff Writer
You've had a chance to hear the candidates, now it's time to vote. Neighborhood residents will have an opportunity today to select representatives to community trust boards that will help decide which projects will be funded from the $79 million in federal empowerment zone money. In December, Philadelphia and Camden were selected to share business tax breaks and $100 million - $79 million for Philadelphia, $21 million for Camden. The money and tax breaks can be used for housing, business development, drug rehabilitation and other programs.
SPORTS
March 23, 1990 | By Diane Pucin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Minnesota coach Clem Haskins stood at attention, arms folded, face crunched into a scowl. Though the vastness of the Superdome nearly drowned his deep, booming voice, Haskins kept shouting, "Crash the boards. Crash the boards. Crash the boards. " The message finally reached the Gophers. They crashed the boards. Even in the Superdome, Haskins could hear the sound of bodies meeting. Thud. Then Haskins smiled. "We're going to need a lot of that tomorrow night," he said yesterday.
NEWS
March 13, 1992 | by Anthony S. Twyman, Daily News Staff Writer
Mayor Rendell moved yesterday to increase his influence on the boards of the Redevelopment and Philadelphia Housing authorities. Rendell named Ernest Jones, executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Urban Affairs Coalition, to the boards of both authorities, saying the appointment would help bring about "a coordinated approach in housing. " Jones will replace John Paone on the RA board and Clayton Carter Jr. on the PHA board. Both were appointed to the non-salaried posts by former Mayor Wilson Goode.
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