Kodak News; April 23 – 27, 2012

History in the making… The U.S. Trustee in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case of Kodak filed an objection against the Kodak’s employee continuity plan. That plan would give $8.5 million in retention bonuses to 119 mid-level and upper-level executives and an additional $5 million to other employees as needed. In the objection, the Trustee said …

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Program on Orphanage in Canandaigua

A program on “The Ontario Children’s Home and Orphanage and its Living Legacy” will be held on Sunday, April 29th at 3 p.m. at the First Congregational Church, 58 N. Main St, Canandaigua, NY. The original Ontario Children’s Home was created by the Young Ladies Aid Society formed at the Congregational Church in 1863. The …

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Hi-Yo Silver

I’ve been watching episodes of the old “Lone Ranger” TV show in the last month. It airs on a couple of  religious stations that I get on DishNetwork. One channel airs episode weekdays and the other channel puts the show on only during the weekend. It is a good fit for religious stations because of …

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Top Song 50 Years Ago; #8

The next song to hit the top of the charts in 1962 is “Mashed Potato Time” by Dee Dee Sharp. She had already had a hit song in 1962. That was “Slow Twistin’” with Chubby Checker.  Both ’62 and ’63 were big years for Dee Dee. After that her music career mostly disappeared even though …

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Kodak News; April 16 – 20, 2012

History in the making… Bankruptcy Court Judge Allan Gropper on Monday ordered that a committee be appointed to represent Kodak retirees interests. The biggest threat for the approximately 39,000 retirees (including myself) is that health care will be eliminated.  The committee is expected to be made up of about 7-9 members. Retirees received an email …

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