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April 21, 2000 | From Associated Press
A woman suspected of shooting her new daughter-in-law in the head one day after the victim's wedding was being held Thursday in lieu of $1-million bail. The shooting occurred at a funeral wake Saturday in the remote Shasta County town of Hat Creek. A sheriff's deputy said it was precipitated by the younger woman's refusal to allow her mother-in-law to use a truck belonging to the suspect's son. Yvonne Ann Elmore, 30, is in critical condition, Deputy Dist. Atty. Stew Jankowitz said.
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BUSINESS
June 11, 1990 | From United Press International
Allstate Sues Over Alleged Conspiracy: Allstate Insurance Co. filed suit Thursday, claiming that it is not obliged to defend or indemnify a woman accused of conspiring to kill her husband. The U.S. District Court suit, filed in Los Angeles, says Cynthia Lyerla of Santa Barbara was sued by her mother-in-law for conspiring to murder Harold Lyerla. A man was convicted of the murder, but Cynthia Lyerla has not been charged.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1986 | United Press International
A Palm Beach County jury Friday found Charles Harris not guilty of charges that he strangled his mother-in-law, Martha Dodge Gerlach, former wife of automobile heir Horace Dodge Jr. Pathologists testified that Gerlach died accidentally in her Jupiter, Fla., condominium. They said the 72-year-old woman crawled, while intoxicated, on her bedroom floor and her neck was somehow caught in a loop of a telephone cord, which strangled her.
NEWS
April 7, 1994
As a father, I found Linda Feldman's "For Seniors" column ("Grandma' Puts Things Into Perspective," March 27) very sad. While I admire her contentment and her compliance with her daughter's wish that she stay away for two weeks after the birth of her first grandchild, why would this be the desire? How sad that young men tell her, "The worst thing was having my mother-in-law with us. . . ." I was very happy to have my mother-in-law, Anne Rubin, stay with us and help after each of our children was born.
NEWS
May 22, 1991
I enjoyed your column today on the Casserole Brigade. It is an aspect of getting older that can be both funny and serious. Although not yet 40 myself, I am fascinated by the social conditions of "ageism." My father-in-law passed away last year and my mother-in-law has had the toughest time of all of us. Fortunately, there is a bereavement group in Leisure World that meets weekly, and it has been a great help to her. Not long after his obituary was in the paper, someone called and offered her help and the information about the group.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 2010 | By Susan King
Wink Martindale remembers that when he was a soda jerk at Baker's Drugstore in his hometown of Jackson, Tenn., after the store closed at 8 p.m. on Sundays, "Mr. Baker and the three or four of us who would still be there would go in the back and listen on the radio to a game show called 'Stop the Music' with Bert Parks." As fate would have it, some 17 years later he was hosting his own NBC game show, "What's This Song." Over the last 45 years, Martindale has gone on to host 19 game shows, including "Tic Tac Dough," "Gambit," "High Rollers" and "Debt."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 1986 | NANCY WRIDE, Times Staff Writer
Claire Wilson would not stand for her daughter-in-law's foul language. So when Cheryl Francine Clewley began swearing at her husband Thursday morning and called Wilson "a fat pig," Wilson told her to do her cursing in the street. She did--loudly--and a neighbor called police. Buena Park police officers arrived and calmed both women down. Wilson allowed her daughter-in-law back in the house, and the two officers left.
NEWS
September 29, 1988 | LARRY GORDON and JERRY GILLAM, Times Staff Writers
The amount of money allegedly embezzled at the headquarters of California Community Colleges from a program for disabled students may turn out to be several hundred thousand dollars more than the $410,000 previously reported, the top official in the college system said Wednesday. Chancellor David Mertes also said that he expects one or two more people to be arrested soon in the case, which broke Monday night with the arrest in Sacramento of Robert F.
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