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41. 1929 Swastika Georgetown, Vermilion County, IL
Ill) Burgoyne, Marie Ramsey Byerley, Florence Clark U of Ill) Humrichouse, J. Warren(Ridgefarm Lienhart, Margaret (Danville) Martin, Frederick (Danville) MeMahon
THE 1929 SWASTIKA GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL Ward N. Black, A.R Because of his limitless and untiring interest in everything pertaining to the school and its students, success and admiration have been attained by our friend and adviser, Mr. Black. Superintendent of the City Schools
Principal of the High School University of Illinois
Clark University
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University of Illinois Ivan C. Burch, B.S. Science, Mathematics Missouri School of Mines
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Indiana University Wanda Chandler. Secretary
Opal M. Fry, B.S. Home Economics Illinois Wesleyan
Illinois State Normal Georgia Henderson, B.S., M.S. Mathematics Earlham College University of Illinois Katherine Keller, A.B. English, Music DePauw University Indiana State Normal Elisabeth Mack, B.S. English, Dramatics Chicago Normal College University of Chicago University of Illinois Helen D. McCaman, B.S. Mathematics, Physical Education University of Illinois Julia M. McMillan, A.B., M.A.

42. Pacific Book House - Book Lists
Byerley, Frederick J., Edited by. NARRATIVE OF THE OVERLAND EXPEDITION OF THE COLEMAN, Roger J., J.Covacevich, P.Davie, Editors. FOCUS ON STRADBROKE.
Prices in Australian Dollars
BEYOND THE ACT. Queensland Aborigines and Islanders: What do we want?
Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action Limited. Brisbane. 1979. First Edition; 328; 3 b/w photos, numerous tables and graphs; cardcover (scuffed and spine mellowed); (ome small biro underlining on one page) o/wise good condition. A Report to the State Aboriginal and Islander Commission appointed to review the Queensland Aborigines and Torres Strait Islander Acts of 1971.Foreword by Neville Bonner.
ACLAND STATE SCHOOL HISTORY BOOK. Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Acland State School 1921-1996.
[Acland, Queensland]. [1996]. 88, nominal roll; fully illustrated with historical photos; spiral bound cardcover; A4 format; fine condition. Queensland local history. ADAM-SMITH, Patsy.
Well reproduced historic and recent photos, includes Marble Bar in Western Australia on the Spinifex Flyer, Normanton to Croydon in Queensland's Gulf country, The line across the Nullarbor, and tiny mountain lines in Tasmania, the train drivers, station masters and mistresses, the fettlers and other railway workers. ALEXANDER

43. Roll Of Honour
Military Authorities and of the Press and in particular of the Editor of the Evening CHICK, Edward J CHING, Wilfred Arthur CHURCHILL, Samuel Frederick
Roll of Honour With the millions of casualties of the 'Great War' 1914-1918, the island of Jersey lost 862 men. The States of Jersey produced a Roll of all names and military details of the dead. An alphabetical list of those names is reproduced below, a touching record of Death's Toll of the Island's manhood and it is representative of nearly every Jersey patronymic. The Bailiff of Jersey, William Venables Vernon in November 1919, said of the Roll, "Let others that come after see to it that their names be not forgotten." This list is not necessarily exhaustive. A contemporary paper (1917) carried this report;
"" On the 10th April the States of Jersey appointed a Special Committee of their
body to compile a Roll of Honour of Jerseymen, who had given their lives for their
country, as also a Roll of those who had served in His Majesty's Forces, in the Great
War. The task imposed on the Committee was a difficult one, for Jerseymen were
serving on every front, and in every part of the world, in the Navy, in the Army and
in the Mercantile Marine; but with the ready assistance of the local Recruiting

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to the Homes of American Statesmen Editor Fred Bann A Alfred Rowland, WalterF. Adeney, J. Morgan Gibbon Commerce And Shipping, by H. Byerley Thomson 13858

45. Circuit Cellar - Products & Services
Editor’s INK—Getting the Hang of It, by Ken Davidson, 2. Reader’s INK, 6.New Product News, 8. Lightning Protection Techniques, by Leon Byerley, 22.
Magazine Support Digital Library Suppliers Directory Back Issue CD's ... Reprints
Circuit Cellar on CD #2
Circuit Cellar Magazine Index of Contents:
Issue 31 (Feb. 1993) – Issue 89 (Dec. 1997) ISSUE 31
February 1993
Editor’s INK—Increasing the Bandwidth, by Ken Davidson, 2.
Reader’s INK, 6.
New Product News, 8.
The Smart House System—A Technical Overview, by H. Brooke Stauffer, 14.
Switched-On CEBus: A CAL Interpreter, by Jeff Fisher, 24.
Temperature Monitoring—Add Some Temperature Sensors to the HCS II, by Steve Ciarcia, 32.
Putting the Wraps on CEBus, by Ken Davidson, 42.
Firmware Furnace—Blindsided by Technology: The ’386SX Embedded Firmware Project, by Ed Nisley, 48. From the Bench—Simple Steps for Easy Positioning: Controlling Stepper Motors, by Jeff Bachiochi, 56.

46. - The Union Democrat Online
She was born in Boston to Frederick James and Winifred J. (Ross) Greenall. and nieces and nephews including nephew Matthew Byerley of Lowden, Wash.

47. July 2004
Contact the Editor at for more information. Attendees included William Battey, Pamela Byerley, George Jacobs, Ward McAuliffe,
WSBA Info For Lawyers For the Public For the Media ... Bar News July 2004
Around the State
Around the State reports are welcome from county and specialty bar associations. There are no rules for writing them, except to mention lots of your members. We leave it up to each organization to decide who does it, and to the correspondent to decide how often. Many counties are still available. Contact the editor at for more information. Clark County News Kunz focuses his practice in the areas of business law, estate planning, real estate, and taxation. He received his bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University, his J.D. from the UCLA School of Law, and his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Washington School of Law. He became an adjunct professor at Clark College in 2003. He is licensed to practice law in Washington and Oregon, and is a member of the Clark County, Washington, and Oregon bar associations. Gonzaga Law News Dean Daniel J. Morrissey has resigned as dean of the Gonzaga University School of Law, effective June 30. He said he wanted to pursue other opportunities in academic administration. Morrissey succeeded John Clute in June 2001, and presided over a major fundraising campaign that culminated in the construction of a new law school building. A national search will be conducted for Morrissey's successor. Indian Law News The WSBA Indian Law Section recently gifted $5,000 in scholarships to Northwest Native law students as part of an ongoing effort to support Indian students seeking a legal education. In less than one year, the Indian Law Section and Northwest Indian Bar Association (NIBA) have raised and donated over $30,000 in scholarships to aspiring Indian lawyers from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska.

48. "Alumni News" Section Of The Graduate Magazine Of The University Of Kansas, Octo
Frederick N. Raymond, 96, has resumed his work as assistant professor of They live at Humboldt, where Mr. Byerley is engaged in the banking business.
"Alumni News" Section
of the Graduate Magazine of the University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas
Volume 5, Number 1 (October, 1906)
The Schools of the University from which alumni mentioned in these notes have received degrees are indicated as follows: the School of Engineering by the italic letter, e preceding the year; Law, l ; Pharmacy, p ; Medicine, m ; Graduate, g ; Fine Arts, fa ; the College, by the absence of any letter preceding the year. Two figures preceded by an apostrophe, indicate the year of graduation.
    A paragraph in the Graduate Magazine of last May spoke of the coming dinner of the New York Union of the University of Kansas. The meeting was on the sixteenth of June, at a small dining place down town. Our weather took a sea-turn, and a pouring rain came with the night. Nevertheless thirty-one were present. Among the number were Professor and Mrs. Carruth and Miss Constance straight from the University, and Professor Blake after a larger absence.
    We met for good-fellowship at half past six, but plates were not served till near nine. Thereupon we rose and sang with hearty spontaneity "The Alumni Song" written by our member
  • 49. TROA: Sounding Taps
    Stoddard, Frederick P., CW4 (TX) Stokes, Harold A., COL (NM) Stone, William, MAJ (WA) Byerley, Isaac N., LtCol (TX) Byrd, Kenneth E., LtCol (CO)
    The Unreturned By Ralph Wetterhahn Relying on Luck By Don Vaughan Cowabunga! By Kellie Rowden-Racette Top Honors to TROA Scholars From the Editor
    President's Page

    News Notes
    ... Magazine Staff
    Aitchison, Willard J., MAJ (FL)
    Allen, Hector L., LTC (VA)
    Allen, Nathan A., Jr., LTC (AZ)
    Andrews, Edwin R., COL (NC)
    Baca, Don J., MAJ (LA)
    Bacci, John J., COL (IN)
    Bailey, Wilson L., LTC (CA)
    Barta, Robert L., LTC (CA)
    Baum, William W., 2LT (OH) Baumer, Donald H., LTC (FL) Bayer, William K., LTC (IL) Berger, Robert, MAJ (GA) Bergmann, Russell A., LTC (AL) Beuschel, Lorenz L., COL (VA) Bissette, Alvin R., CW2 (NC) Bliss, Robert J., MAJ (CO) Blomgren, Holton E., COL (GA) Boehlke, Otto A., LTC (FL) Brady, James I., CW4 (MO) Brambila, Robert M., LTC (NV) Bramlet, James W., COL (FL) Brandt, Herman L., LTC (SC) Bryant, James B., CW3 (NC) Buchanan, William J., COL (VA) Bull, Howard E., MAJ (CA)

    50. Australian Plant Collectors & Illustrators (B)
    John Frederick. 18661938. Gardens Director, economic botanist. notes portrait Byerley, FJ. BYNOE, Benjamin, Dr ?1803-1865. Surgeon, plant collector
    Australian National Botanic Gardens Home ANBG
    Australian Plant Collectors and Illustrators (B)
    Based on the list published by J.H. Willis, D. Pearson, M.T. Davis, and J.W. Green, Western Australian Herbarium Research Notes Number 12, August 1986. Please send updates, corrections and additions to: Murray Fagg ( Surnames (Family names) starting with:
    B C D ... X-Y-Z
    BABBAGE, Benjamin Herschel Scientist, explorer, engineer notes portrait BACCHUS, William Henry Agronomist BACK, Patricia V. fl. 1974 Botanist, weed specialist BACKHOUSE, James Nurseryman, naturalist missionary BAEUERLEN, Wilhelm 1845-ext.1901 Botanist, museum collector notes BAGLIN, Douglass fl. 1960s-80s Photographer BAHLSEN, Emma fl. 1890s BAILEY, Alan Botanist, phycologist BAILEY, Eric Thomas Agrostologist, plant introduction specialist BAILEY, Frederick Manson Colonial Botanist notes BAILEY, J.L. BAILEY, John Colonial Botanist, gardens curator BAILEY. John Frederick Gardens Director, economic botanist notes portrait BAILEY, John Rayer fl. 1950s Gardens curator BAINES, Thomas Explorer, artist, cartographer, naturalist, prospector

    51. General F-K
    HARALAMBROS, KM THE Byerley TURK. Three Centuries of the Tail Male Racing Lines . Editor). HORSE RACING. The Complete Guide to the World of the Turf.
    UPDATED 9th. September 2005 *** If a title in not in stock we can let you know when another copy comes in - no obligation to buy *** FAIRLEY, JOHN. FAIRLEY, JOHN. RACING IN ART. V.G. in V.G. D/W. (No inscriptions, price unclipped). Survey of Racing in Art, from early times to the present. £SOLD FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J. THE ANALYSIS OF THE TURF. H/B. 1st.Ed. 321pp. B/W plates. FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J. SYKES OF SLEDMERE. The Record of a Sporting Family and Famous Stud. 1st.Ed. 263pp. 9 B/W plates. Top of spine some wear o/w V.G. £SOLD Record of the stud from 1870-1928 appear in the appendix. FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J. H/B. 1st.Ed. 515pp. V.G. no d/w. £SOLD FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J. NORTHERN TURF HISTORY. VOL IV. History of Horse Racing in Scotland. H/B. 1st.Ed. 338pp. V.G. in V.G. D/W. £SOLD FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J. J.F-B. MEMOIRS. 1st.Ed. 196pp. B/W plates. Near fine in near fine D/W. One of the great characters of British racing. FAWCETT, WILLIAM. TURF CHASE AND PADDOCK. 1932. 1st.Ed. 253pp. b/w illus. Front and rear cover stained , contents V.G. £SOLD FELSTEAD, S. THEODORE.

    52. Obituaries Of The 90s, 1995
    January 14, Stafford WIlliam Somerfield, newspaper Editor, dies at 84 February 05, Frederick Craig Riddle, violist, dies at 82
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    Obituaries of the 90s, 1995
    70s Obits
    80s Obits This is a list of people who died during 1995. January Paul Delouvrier, gov of Algeria (1958-61), dies January 01 Eugene Wigner, physicist (Nobel prize for physics-1963), dies at 92 January 01 Frederick West, Engl contractor/serial killer, commits suicide at 53 January 01 Jess Stacy, US jazz pianist (Great Gatsby), dies at 90 January 01 Ted Hawkins, US blues singer (Watch Your Step), dies at 58 January 02 Graham Sharp, ice skater, dies at 77 January 02 Manuel Rivera, Spanish painter/co-founder (El Paso), dies at 67 January 02 Mohammed Siyad Barre, president of Somalia (1969-91), dies January 02 Nancy Kelly, US actress (Bad Seed, Submarine Patrol), dies at 73 January 02 Siad Barre, general/president of Somalia (1969-91), dies at 84 January 03 Al Duncan, drummer, dies at 68 January 03 Byron MacGregor, newscaster, dies at 56 January 03 Gerard W Taylor, South African/British surgeon, dies at 74 January 03 Robert Nesbitt, impresario, dies at 88 January 04 D Elmina Davies, filmmaker, dies at 36

    53. Thiosalt Bibliography
    Byerley, John J., Fouda, Safaa A. and Rempel, Garry L. 407412 Editor-in-chiefDouglas M. Considine. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1974.
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    Thiosalts are inevitably generated as a by-product from processing sulphidic ores. Eventually, thiosalts contaminated effluent from the treatment ponds is discharged to the environment. Ideally, thiosalts should be degraded in the effluent treatment ponds and the sulphuric acid that is generated from the oxidation of thiosalts to sulphate can be neutralized with lime before the effluent is discharged. In reality, the breakdown of thiosalts in the treatment ponds is sufficiently slow that some of the thiosalt end up in the receiving waters. Subsequent oxidation in the river or lake by autotrophic Thiobacillus bacteria is rapid. The considerable quantity of acid that is produced could bring about acidification of aquatic environments, which might effect fish and other aquatic organisms. Chemistry, Generation and Treatment of Thiosalts
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    56. NMSU Library New Books List
    The Newest Books in the NMSU Library: August 1999
    The Newest Books List is a list of newly acquired books in the NMSU Library. The list is roughly organized into broad subjects using the Library of Congress (LC) subject classification system and is indexed by the LC call number. The author, title, publisher, publishing date and call number are provided for each book listed. When you find a book on the list that you would like to check-out from the library - you will need to consult OLE, the online catalog for the following information:
    MUSIC (M-MT)
    Back to the top of the New Books List
    Send comments and questions to: Jean Dickinson (

    57. Directory Of London, Westminster, & Southwark, W, 1794, Directories, UK
    Whitmore J. W., Merchts., Frederickplace, Old Jewry Whittam J. M., Grocers Tea-dealers, 3, Carslile-str., Soho Editor Carlisle-str.?
    Home Back
    Directory of London and Westminster,
    An alphabetical List of the Names and Places of Abode of the Directors of Companies, Persons in Public Business, Merchts., and other eminent Traders in the Cities of London and Westminster, and Borough of Southwark.
    Wackerbarth G., Sugar-refiners, Wiltshire-l., East Smithfield
    Waddilove James, Hatter, 48, Aldermanbury
    Wade Joseph, Packer, 27, Budge-row
    Wade John, Purveyor of Waters, 13, Old Bond-street
    Waddington Joshua, Hosiery Warehouse, 70, Ratcliff-highway
    Wadham James, Linen-draper, 2, Castle-co., Lawrence-lane
    Waghorn Tho., Stock-broker, 4, Church-row, Newington-butts
    Wagner M. H., Hatter, 95, Pall Mall
    Wagstaffe T., Mercht., 18, Devonshire-sq., Bishopsgate-str.
    Waithman R., Linen-draper, 120, Newgate-street
    Waithman Rob., Linen-draper, 104, Fleet-street Wakefield James, Auctioneer, 45, Goswell-street Waldron Joseph, Ironmonger, 380, Rotherhith Waldron Tho., Upholsterer, 11, Catherine-street., Strand Walduck Wm., Skinner, 27, Bush-lane, Cannon-street Walford M., Mercht., 10, Old-street

    58. Science Blog -- Nation's Top Professors Honored; Four National Winners, 46 State
    Editor S NOTE A photo supporting this story is available for Editorial use at Colorado Aaron Byerley Professor of Aeronautical Engineering United
    Nation's Top Professors Honored; Four National Winners, 46 State Winners Saluted for Extraordinary Contribution to Teaching
    From: Joye Mercer Barksdale of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, 202-478-5680 Gay Clyburn of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 650-566-5162 WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching today named four college and university professors as winners of the 2002 U.S. Professors of the Year Award for their dedication to teaching, commitment to students, and creative approach to education. The U.S. Professors of the Year Awards, created in 1981, are the only national honors for excellent teaching in higher education. The four national winners, selected from more than 400 nominations, are: Outstanding Community College Professor: Alicia Juarrero, professor of philosophy, Prince George's Community College (Largo, MD); Outstanding Baccalaureate College Professor: James Adams, professor of art, Manchester College (North Manchester, IN); Outstanding Master's University and College Professor: Francisco Jimenez, Fay Boyle Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures and director of the Ethnic Studies Program, Santa Clara University (Santa Clara, CA);

    59. 1996 Publications List
    Byerley, B., A. Polloi, M. MylesWorsely, M. Hoff, J. Rosenthal, J. Yaw, F.Reimherr, P. Wender, Roberts, Keith J., Editor. Marshall Islands Focus.
    1996 Publications List Recently Published Materials
    Abas, Sayed A., M. B. Hossain, D. Vanderhelm and F. J. Schmitz.. "Alkaloids from the Tunicate Polycarpa aurata from Chuuk Atoll." JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (1996), Vol. 61, 2709-2712.

    Ada, Joseph F., with Leland Bettis. "The Quest for Commonwealth:The Quest for Change." In The Political Status Education Coordinating Commission, ISSUES IN GUAM'S POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT, pp. 125-203. Agana, Guam: The Political Status Education Coordinating Commission, 1996.

    Affonso, Dyanne. "Passion for Improving the Health, Health Care System and Health Professional Training of APIAs." ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER JOURNAL OF HEALTH, Winter-Summer 1996, Vol. 4, No. 1-3, 191-197.
    Zhang, Z.X., D. W. Anderson, N. Mantel, and G. C. Roman. "Motor neuron disease on Guam: geographic and familial occurrence, 1956-85." ACTA NEUROLOGICA SCANDINAVICA (1996), Vol. 94, pp. 51-59.

    60. Thea (an Episode Guide)
    a regular customer at Mickey s; Scotch Byerley as Claude Cooper, anotherregular at Mickey s Executive story Editor Michelle Jones
    an Episode Guide
    by Russell Wodell
    Last updated:
    Sat, 14 May 2005 03:00
    aired from: Sep 1993 to: Feb 1994 18 eps ABC 30 min stereo closed captioned
  • Thea Vidale as Thea Turrell
  • Cleavant Derricks as Charles
  • Brenden Jefferson as James Turrell
  • Adam Jeffries as Jarvis Turrell Jr.
  • Brandy Norwood as Danesha Turrell
  • Jason Weaver as Jerome Turrell
  • Yvette Wilson as Lynette recurring characters:
  • Miguel A. Nunez Jr. as Rickey, Thea's superviser at the supermarket
  • Arvie Lowe Jr. as Otis
  • Venus DeMilo Thomas as Desiree
  • Blake Clark as Roy Bennett, Thea's boss at Mickey's Barbecue
  • Dennis Burkley as Walt Henderson, a regular customer at Mickey's
  • Scotch Byerley as Claude Cooper, another regular at Mickey's Back to
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