Donald Smith
Australian tenor
Donald Smith
Donald Sydney Smith OBE was an Australian operatic tenor. His voice had a bright Italianate quality, which could match in size, carrying power and tonal allure the voices of most sopranos and mezzos. He attracted a fiercely loyal public following, and many Australians who had no prior experience of opera became opera lovers through Smith's work. His performances were regularly sold out.
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Detroit's decision to fend off bankruptcy: pay pensions or banks?
Guardian (UK) - over 3 years
Fears grow that fight to stave off city bankruptcy may hit the poorest hardest This is David Allen's second visit to Engine 40's fire station on Detroit's west side since February 2012 when a wall collapsed on him during a fire leaving him unable to walk without an aide. Last time he was here to clean out his locker. This time, as Detroit careens towards bankruptcy, he is back to talk with colleagues about their prospects. Detroit's firefighters are used to danger and loss. The crew laugh and rib each other and Allen as they get ready to eat. But this time they are facing something other than fire. Beneath the camaraderie there is anger and fear. Allen and his colleagues are among 30,000 Detroit city workers, past and present, who are about to learn what will happen to their pensions and healthcare if the city is allowed to file for  a historic bankruptcy – the largest of  its kind in history. A decision could come as early as this week and will be logged by other struggling US mu ...
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Donal Smith: “I Would Like To Offer My Apology”
Bermuda News - over 3 years
Deputy Mayor Donal Smith has apologised for his recent comments, saying, “To all those persons who were affected in this way, I would like to...
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Police say Florida girl found dead at church was victim of predator
Fox News - over 3 years
When a fellow shopper at a dollar store offered to take Rayne Perrywinkle and her three children to Wal-Mart to buy them McDonald's and buy a dress for her 8-year-old daughter, she graciously accepted. But police say the man was a predator, not a Good Samaritan, who seized the opportunity to snatch the woman's daughter and kill her. The slaying marked a tragic end to Cherish Perrywinkle's short life, most of which she spent with a mother who fought with the girl's father over child support and custody. Cherish's funeral is Friday. The man accused of killing the 8-year-old, Donald Smith, had a lengthy rap sheet of convictions for sex crimes against children and had gotten out of prison less than a month earlier. And the sheriff in Jacksonville has said hours passed between the time police learned of the girl's abduction and when the first public alerts were sent, which he blamed on a failure in the chain of command. The case has saddened and angered folks in Jacksonville, leavi ...
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Man FAILS At Stealing His Own Truck
Huffington Post - over 4 years
NEW CASTLE, Del. -- Police in Delaware have arrested a man they say stole his own truck out of a repair shop lot using a front-end loader. Delaware police say they were called early Friday to the Stop-N-Go in New Castle after a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado pickup went missing. Surveillance tapes showed a front-end loader with fork lifts attached driving away with the vehicle. The repair shop owner then called the vehicle's owner, 30-year-old Donald Smith II of Bear. Police said Smith, whose vehicle was being held because he had defaulted on a payment he owed for repairs, called back to say he had taken the truck using a front-end loader. Troopers spotted Smith operating the front end loader and gave chase. A 35-minute pursuit ended with Smith driving into a retention pond.
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Donald Smith, veteran, business owner, bus driver
Buffalo News - over 4 years
July 2, 1936 - Aug. 17, 2012.
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NCC Roundup: Track Teams Post Season Bests
Naperville Patch - almost 5 years
Submitted by North Central College Men’s Track Fresh off a stellar performance in last week's College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin Outdoor Championships, the North Central College men's track and field team continued to step up its efforts on Thursday and Friday, winning three events and posting a series of season-best performances in the Dr. Keeler Invitational at Jay and Dot Buikema Track. The fourth-ranked Cardinals displayed its mastery of the pole vault once again, sweeping the top four spots. Josh Winder, Peter Geraghty and John Wood placed first, second and third, respectively, each clearing 16 feet, 7 1/4 inches, while Frank Wleklinski placed fourth with a career-best clearance of 16'1 1/4". North Central completed a sweep of the vertical jumping events when Zach Heerspink placed first in the high jump with a personal-best effort of 6'10 1/4:" Heerspink's performance ties him for the third-best outdoor effort in the history of the North Central program. Also ...
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Westchester Police Fight to Keep Kids Safe [VIDEO]
Pleasantville-Briarcliff Manor P - almost 5 years
Law enforcement officials from Westchester and Putnam counties came together today in Yonkers to take a stand against child abuse. Mount Pleasant Police Chief and President of the Westchester County Chiefs Association Louis Alagno, Scarsdale Police Chief and Vice President of the Westchester County Chiefs Association John Brogan and Putnam County Sheriff and President of the NYS Sheriffs Association Donald Smith joined advocates from Fight Crime: Invest in Kids New York at the Yonkers City Hall today to talk about new initiatives and programs. The law enforcment officials joined Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano and City Council President Chuck Lesnick at the event. Scarsdale Police Chief Brogan said officials need to "think out of the box" on preventing child abuse and stopping crimes from happening. "Youth crime is a problem for each and every police chief," Brogan said. The initiative is all about "breaking the cycle" of child abuse and crime, he said. "I am convinced that ...
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VIDEO: Westchester and Putnam Police, Advocates Fighting to Keep Kids Safe
New Rochelle Patch - almost 5 years
Law enforcement officials from Westchester and Putnam counties came together Wednesday in Yonkers to take a stand against child abuse. Mount Pleasant Police Chief and President of the Westchester County Chiefs Association Louis Alagno, Scarsdale Police Chief and Vice President of the Westchester County Chiefs Association John Brogan and Putnam County Sheriff and President of the NYS Sheriffs Association Donald Smith joined advocates from Fight Crime: Invest in Kids New York at the Yonkers City Hall today to talk about new initiatives and programs. The law enforcement officials joined Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano and City Council President Chuck Lesnick at the event. Scarsdale Police Chief Brogan said officials need to "think out of the box" on preventing child abuse and stopping crimes from happening. "Youth crime is a problem for each and every police chief," Brogan said. The initiative is all about "breaking the cycle" of child abuse and crime, he said. Council Presiden ...
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Men admit spraying racist words on mosque - The Northern Echo
Google News - over 5 years
Anthony Donald Smith, 24, and 32-year-old Steven James Vasey yesterday both pleaded guilty to a single charge of conspiracy to commit racially aggravated criminal damage, between November 1 and 17, last year. It relates, specifically, to spray painting
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Lady Jets defeat Coalfield, Monterey - Crossville Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Coach Donald Smith was pleased with the progress the team has made but is quick to point out that there is more work to be done. The Lady Jets opened District 6AAA play Thursday evening with Coffee County, and will travel to White County on Monday
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Feed prices, oversupply hurt Tyson - Wilkes Journal Patriot
Google News - over 5 years
8 meeting with market analysts, Tyson President and Chief Executive Officer Donald Smith said Tyson planned to diversify its chicken business and reduce the weight of its 8-pound “big bird” chickens due to the high costs of feeding them
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Gloria Posma, 72 - HollandSentinel.com
Google News - over 5 years
Gloria was preceded in death by her granddaughter, Lindsey Jo Kalkman; her parents, Paul and Nellie Smith; her twin brother, Glenn Smith Sr.; brothers, Sidney Smith, Donald Smith, Wally Smith and Ted Smith. Gloria is survived by her children,
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Rookie Parade In ATSS - Standardbred Canada
Google News - over 5 years
Peter Smith, Donald Smith, Gerald Morrissey and Larry Chappell of PEI share ownership on the youngster, who now boasts a 2-2-0 record in five starts in addition to $12275 in career earnings. Astronomical Union was a maiden-breaking winner in his “A”
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Atlanta fighters to take on Bermuda - Bermuda Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Donald Smith, Investment Bermuda, said his organization is helping promote the event along with the Bermuda Invitational Boxing Council and Investment Atlanta-Youth. Smith said: “These kickboxers coming out of the United States, are very well fit and
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Disabled senior left without wheelchair funding - Toronto Sun
Google News - over 5 years
5010095, in trust for Donald Smith. If my severely disabled uncle was an immigrant, he'd already be sitting in a shiny new wheelchair. Instead, he sits in limbo — slumped over in obvious discomfort in a rickety old chair on a seat that should have
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Tyson Adjusts Bird Weights at Some Farms as Corn Prices Rise - San Francisco Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Tyson uses contract growers to raise poultry of different sizes and is reducing the weight of its "big birds," which may weigh as much as eight pounds, because of higher corn prices, Chief Executive Officer Donald Smith said on a conference call with
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