INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill today announced his support for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Hill is one of 20 state attorneys general who expressed support for Gorsuch in a letter signed on Wednesday. “Judge Gorsuch is an outstanding jurist with a proven commitment to upholding the U.S. Constitution and the rule of law,” the letter states. “We have no doubt that he possesses the qualifications, temperament and judicial philosophy to be an excellent Associate Justice.”The letter was signed by Hill and 19 attorneys general from Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. On Thursday, Hill praised the nomination. “I am extremely pleased with the appointment of Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Judge Gorsuch is a phenomenal choice, as I have no doubt he will move the Supreme Court of the United States in the right direction for our nation.”FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
99, was born on Armistice Day, November 11, 1918 and passed away on January 17, 2018. A lifelong resident of Bayonne, Ed graduated from Bayonne High School. He was drafted into the US Army in 1941. He trained in Texas and performed border patrol duties on the Rio Grande River. After the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941, Ed’s 77th Field Artillery Unit went to Casablanca, North Africa under the leadership of General Mark Clark to fight against Rommel’s tank corp. After forcing Rommel out of Africa, the invasion of Sicily followed for 38 days. The troops then crossed the Messina Strait and entered Reggio, Italy. For two years, he fought to take Naples, Foggia, Monte Cassino, Rome, Arno, Northern Apennines and Po Valley, ending in Bolzano. The US Army point system allowed soldiers with 85 points of service to be honorably discharged. Having earned 102 points, Ed enjoyed a flight home and was discharged on July 24, 1945. He returned to work at General Motors in Linden, NJ. In January 1948, he married Josephine Drozd. He attended night school at Vale School of Business and Rutgers University to earn his NJ Insurance Brokers License and maintained a home office. Ed retired from General Motors in 1974 with 37 years of service and continued his insurance business. He participated in local civic committees. He was also an active member of the United Auto Workers Retirees, Mt. Carmel Holy Name Society, Mt. Carmel Parish Council and the Marist Men’s Club where he initiated Sunday Night Bingo. Ed was predeceased by his wife, Josephine in June 2017. He is also predeceased by siblings, Stanley Suczewski and his wife Josephine, and Harriet Kaczka and her husband, Edward Kaczka. He is the father of Dr. Dorothy Filip Ed.D., Dr. Edward J. Suczewski M.D. and his wife Julie, Dr. Thomas J. Suczewski M.D. and his wife, Karen, Janice Suczewski, MBA and her husband, Roger Magid. Grandchildren include Dr. Zachary Filip M.D.; Edward A, Michael and Gregory Suczewski, Kathryn Kopacz and husband Kyle; Luke, Adam and Elizabeth Suczewski. Ed is the brother-in-law of Loretta Horzepa and her late husband, Stanley. Funeral arrangements by S. FRYCZYNSKI & SON Funeral Home, 32-34 E. 22nd St.
Bakery exports had mixed results in the first half of 2010, as total UK exports of food and non-alcoholic drinks grew by 4.3%.According to research from Leatherhead Food for the Food and Drink Federation, sweet biscuits grew by 6.6% to a total of £102.2m compared to the same period in 2009, while cakes rose by 9.8% to £87.2m. However, bread exports dropped significantly, down 9% to £40.7m, and savoury biscuits fared even worse, falling 9.7% to £14.6m.Overall, UK food and drink exports fared well during the period, growing to over £5bn, thanks to a 23% increase in sales to non-EU countries for British products. Demand from countries in the EU was flat, with sales down 0.2%. Sales to countries outside the EU now accounts for 22.7% of all exports.“I am delighted to see another strong export performance from UK food and drink manufacturers,” said Melanie Leech , director general of the Food and Drink Federation. “If these levels continue throughout 2010, we should see our sixth consecutive full year of growth and break the £10bn mark for exports for the first time.”>>Mrs Crimble’s boosts its transatlantic listings>>Strong exports for biscuits
The CEO of the Dublin County Board has claimed Diarmuid Connolly was “struck about six times” before one of this year’s championship games.John Costello has released his annual report and has commented on the apparent targeting of the All-Star forward.He says action needs to be taken to cut out pre-match clashes.
Bring layer styles from Photoshop into After Effects!One of the killer features of After Effects that’s surprisingly not well known is the ability to apply layer styles just like Photoshop, or even import them directly from Photoshop PSDs. This can bee great for all sorts of design effects. It’s most commonly used for text, but it can be useful in a ton of creative ways once you get the hang of it. One word of caution though: layer styles are applied after any other effects or compositing, so you might run into weird results when trying to combine layer styles with other effects, mattes, or even motion blur. Pre-comping is usually the solution to these issues.You can apply layer styles to a layer in two ways…1. Right clicking on a layer in your comp will reveal the option to add them:2. Or you can select a layer, then go to the ‘Layer’ on the menu bar and apply them from there:Another cool feature is the ability to import layer styles when you import a layered PSD. I found a cool “gel” layer style here, and you can see all of the layer styles applied in Photoshop:When I imported this PSD into After Effects, I selected to import it as a Composition with Cropped Layers so that I could retain all of the layer and compositing info from Photoshop:After I selected this, I get a new dialog asking if I want to import editable layer styles or merge them. This comes up because some layer styles (particularly gradient strokes or anything with texture or pattern settings) don’t translate well into After Effects, and merging them will bake in the desired appearance. In this case those problem styles weren’t present, so yes, we want to import editable styles!Here you can see that it translated into After Effects perfectly, with all of the layer styles intact:There are a ton of great layer style sites and roundups out there (some free, some paid), so find some cool ones to use, or create your own for killer effects!
CALGARY – The Alberta government won’t get to defend the constitutionality of its beer tax system in court until Sept. 19.The delay comes after arguments from lawyers representing two breweries outside the province stretched into the second of the two days allotted.Toronto-based Steam Whistle Brewing has argued that Alberta violated trade rules when it imposed a separate tax system on small breweries outside of the New West Partnership provinces of British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Alberta in October 2015.Great Western Brewing and Steam Whistle are together also challenging the changes Alberta made to the system that instead imposes a blanked $1.25 per litre charge on all small breweries, but returns much of that to Alberta small brewers in the form of a grant.The two breweries have argued the system creates an unconstitutional trade barrier that unfairly favours Alberta breweries.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 7, 2013- Just a few months since his resignation from LIME, Drexwell Seymour is now announcing the opening of a HLB TCI, located at Regent Village, Grace Bay on Providenciales. The new accounting company sees a merging of minds with Bahamian Philip Galanis of HLB Galanis & Co. The firm will provide a wide range of financial services including Accounting, Auditing, Business valuation and Consulting Services. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: