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United States film actor

United States film actor noted for his swashbuckling roles (1883-1939)

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FAIRBANKS, AZ Margaret Wanda Walkawich, age 91 of Fairbanks, passed away very peacefully at her residence with her son and doctor present on January 4, 2007 of natural causes due to kidney failure.
This is a proud moment for Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center," said Terry Wheeler, the hospital and network's chief executive officer.
Kacherian's addition will help Fairbanks deal successfully with the challenges facing the Company and the industry.
But Fairbanks noted that in the politics of skating, the practice of placing established skaters ahead of newer faces, regardless of their race, makes racism impossible to prove.
During her 60-year career in figure skating, Fairbanks helped to break down segregation in the sport and in 1997 became the first African-American woman to be inducted into the United States Figure Skating Association Hall of Fame.
CONTACT: Amy Thompson, +1-202-585-2774, for Fairbanks Capital Corp.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Fitch assigns an 'A+' rating to the $12 million of Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska, general obligation (GO) school bonds, 2007 series J, and to the $10.
But the thorium dates provide valuable calibration points that provide a true picture of "real" calendar ages says Fairbanks.
He leaves a daughter, Rebekah Fairbanks and his daughter's mother, Ann Englehart, his parents, Norman C.
Conatser is senior vice president, commercial loan manager and is responsible for managing lending activities in Fairbanks and is a member of the Northrim's senior management group.
The Fairbanks pumps will be installed in New Orleans' 17th Street canal, one of three canals that serve the east bank of the city by draining storm run-out from the city.
Silent-film stars Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford took it over in 1922, and the facility later became United Artists Studio, part of the film company formed by Fairbanks, Pickford, Charles Chaplin and D.
Ozanne, Chief Executive Officer of Fairbanks Capital Corp.
Hammers has been a magistrate with the state court system in Fairbanks since 1999.
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