Myrna Smith
American singer-songwriter
Myrna Smith
Myrna Yvonne Smith was an American songwriter and singer, who co-wrote many of the songs for Carl Wilson's 1981 solo album Carl Wilson, as well as a few of the songs on his 1983 solo album Youngblood. She was also a member of the Sweet Inspirations, which previously served as Elvis Presley's backing group. Smith became a high school English teacher in South Brunswick, New Jersey in the 1960s, while she also pursued her singing career.
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Paul Edwin Rowen, 84 - Marshalltown Times Republican
Google News - over 5 years
He is survived by his wife; his daughter Linda Yeoman, of Johnston; his daughter-in-law Sue Rowen, of Hansell; his sister Myrna Smith, of Union, and his six grandchildren: Michelle Yeoman, Mark (Amanda) Yeoman, Michael (Stephanie) Yeoman, Kristi (Cory)
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University presidents' high salaries bely colleges' core values - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The Star-Ledger's exposé on the salaries of university presidents (July 24) illustrates that universities are following the corporate structure: high salaries for the few at the top. The ideal of a college education, that of giving
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The Honor of Being Present At a Poet's Acts of Creation
NYTimes - over 20 years
To the Editor: How ironic that heavy-hitting Gerald Stern, who both worked in and wrote about New Jersey, was not featured in the lineup of poets (''The Poetry Crowd Goes Wild,'' front page, Sept. 15), although he was listed as a poet reading at the Dodge Poetry Festival. Mr. Stern, who taught at Douglass College and Raritan Valley Community
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THE POP LIFE
NYTimes - almost 34 years
IT seems that almost everybody loves the Beach Boys. Apparently James G. Watt, the Secretary of the Interior, does not, but his recent attempt to bar the group from performing on the Mall in Washington brought down such a storm of criticism that one would have thought he was advocating unregulated industrial pollution. President Reagan, who has
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Pop: Carl Wilson, ex-Beach Boy
NYTimes - almost 36 years
AS a member of the Beach Boys, that much-venerated California surf band, Carl Wilson was an important contributor to the group's soaring, ethereal vocal sound. But with the Beach Boys in decline in recent years, it was probably inevitable that Mr. Wilson should strike out on his own as a soloist, following in the footsteps of his brother Dennis
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