Herald Standard in Uniontown, Pennsylvania
5 May 2013

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5 May 2013

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Herald Standard (Newspaper) - May 5, 2013, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaHerald Sfa burb i sunday May 5,2013 d3property transfers property transfers listed in the Fayette county recorder of deeds office from april 26 through May 2 Are As follows James Empoules to Oil amp Gas management inc., property in German township for $20,000. Oil amp Gas management inc. To James Empoules property in German township for $65,000. Richard m. Haynali to Patricia l. Kleuskens property in North Union township for $160,500. Jean b. Braun to Mon View apartments Lac property in Uniontown for $262,500. Uniontown redevelopment authority to Patty Lou Blannon property in Uniontown for $135,000. Patricia Irwin to Edward j. Irwin and Gina m. Rulli property in Bull skin township for $146,500. Estate of Betty Marchand to Diana Stevenson property in Newell for $45,000. Rosemarie Christopher to Edward e. Milan and Terry j. Milan property in Luzerne township for $7,500. Nancy c. Cholock to Sharon Smiley property in South Union township for $160,900. Arch Bay holdings Lac to Richard Wingard and others property in Luzerne township for $5,100. Robert Krukowsky and others to Susan c. Cain property in Redstone township for $29,000. William r. Shaheen and others to Thomas a. Bratton property in Wharton township for $83,000. James Schilling and others Robert Schilling and others and Anne Schilling Detweiler to Jason s. Dowden and others property in Dunbar for $10,500. James Schilling and others Robert Schilling and others and Anne Schilling Detweiler to Charles s. Ludwig and others property in Dunbar for $10,500. Roberta Smith to Roger g. Smith and others property in North Union township for $15,000. Scott Maynard to Christopher c. Maynard property in Salt lick township for $5,000. Bradley Thompson to John c. Montgomery and others property in Washington township for $32,000. Bank of America to Federal National mortgage association property in Redstone township for $30,000. Edward Joseph Kuchar and others to Karen Bernsdorff and James Kuchar property in Salt lick township for $66,025. Roland j. Pouliot and others to Anthony Sirianni and others property in Bull skin township for $125,000. Delores Globosky to Jeffery a. Ely property in Perryopolis for $131,600. George a. Cafasso and others to James b. Gordon property in Perry township for $68,000. Bradley s. Hayden and others to Gregory Morrison and Mckenzie Ennis property in Wharton township for $9,375. Wanda Lee Martray to Kathleen r. Wiltrout property in South Connellsville for $152,000. Timothy m. Wiltrout and others to Roger l. Basinger property in Springfield township for $123,000. Andrea c. Friend to William Shaheen and others property in Wharton township for $182,000. Estate of Karen sue Shergy to Curry capital inc., property in Uniontown to $28,000. Damp a construction group inc. To to contracting and custom Homes Lac property in South Union township for $25,250. Damp a construction group inc. To to contracting and custom Homes Lac property in South Union township or $25,250. Joy Thompson to costello amp Wooten property management Lac property in Brownsville for $6,000. Joy Thompson to costello amp Wooten property management Lac property in Brownsville for $6,000. Nicholas e. Bell and others to Samuel Popovich or. And others property in Dunbar for $170,000. William j. Proud Iii and others to Daralynn c. Gordon property in Bull skin township for $280,000. Aaron p. Yothers and Jennifer Schimizzi to Edward j. Krisch or. And others property in Bull skin township for $165,000. To contracting and custom Homes Lac to Michael s. Matzus and others property in South Union township for $233,329. To contracting and custom Homes Lac to Mark a. Umbel and others property in South Union township for $209,313. Sheriff Gary d. Brownfield to Bank of new York Mellon property in Salt lick township for $1,252. Paula Gregor Pamela s. Palya and Shelly to Reckard to Lisa h. Grimm property in Georges township for $90,000. Special warranty deeds John w. Trush and others to Jeffrey d. Schliffka and others property in Luzerne township for $78,000. Michael j. Struhar and others to Damp a investments Lac property in North Union township for $60,000. John Romanchak and others to Gregory w. Adkins and Susan d. Shoemaker property in South Union township for $162,500. Us Bank National association to David Mascara property in Washington township for $53,000. David l. Bell and others to Eric m. Bartock property in Uniontown for $20,000.Pepsico cuts ties with Bdl Wayne Over crude lyrics controversy erupted after reference to Emmett till new York apr Pepsico is bowing to Public pressure for the second time in a week and cutting ties with lil Wayne Over the rappers crude lyrical reference to civil rights Martyr Emmett till. Lil Wayne one of the biggest stars in pop music had a Deal to promote the company a Mountain Dew soda. Earlier this week Pepsico also pulled an online and for the Neon coloured soda that was criticized for portraying racial stereotypes and making Light of violence toward women. That and was developed by rapper Tyler the creator. On Friday Pepsico said in a statement that Wayne so offensive reference to a revered civil rights icon does not reflect the values of our it declined to provide any further comment. A publicist for lil Wayne Sarah Cunningham said that the split was due to a creative differences and that it was an amicable parting. A a that a about All i can Tell you at this time a she said. Wayne had sent the till family a letter offering empathy and saying that he would not reference till or the family in his music particularly in an inappropriate manner. But the till family said the letter fell Short of an apology. A a it a mind boggling to me that they partnered with him in the first place a said the Rev. Wheeler Parker jr., a till Cousin and witness to his abduction. A major corporations should scrutinize who they endorse done to let greed or Money determine who you Parker a written statement said Wayne a lyrics not Only insulted till a memory but rated pm in this feb. 1 photo recording artist lil Wayne meets fans and celebrates his contemporary Street Wear apparel Brand Truk it at his Hometown Macy a in new Orleans. A letter from lil Wayne to the offended family of Emmett till did not go far enough and relatives of the late civil rights icon Are seeking a meeting with the rapper and representatives from Pepsico to discuss their commercial partnership. The new Orleans rapper made the Brief offensive reference to till on future s song a karate chop earlier this year. Degraded women As Well. Rev. A1 Sharpton who had been working with the till family to arrange a meeting with lil Wayne and Pepsico officials said in a Telephone interview that he Hopes the decision ultimately is less about punishing individual rappers and More a cultural a teaching a otherwise we re just waiting on the next train crash instead of trying to really resolve our problem and learn from these experiences and set a tone in the country that a healthy for everybody a he said. Sharpton said that he and the till family still plan to meet with Pepsico officials next week. The controversy erupted after Wayne made the reference to till on futures song a karate chop earlier this year. He refers to a violent sexual act on a woman and says he wants to do As much damage As was done to till. The Black teen from Chicago was in Mississippi visiting family in 1955 when he was killed allegedly for whistling at a w Hite woman. He was beaten had his eyes gouged out and was shot in the head before his assailants tied a Cotton Gin fan to his body with barbed wire and tossed it into a River. Two White men including the woman a husband were acquitted by an All White jury. Till a body was recovered and returned to Chicago where his Mother Mamie till insisted on having an open casket at his funeral. The pictures of his battered body helped push civil rights into the cultural conversation. Music and Media Industry executive Paul Porter who comments on music issues on his website , said he thought Pepsico a decision was an Effort by the company a to do the right thing Porter who had complained publicly and to Pepsico about lil Wayne and the Mountain Dew video by Tyler the creator said the company is a doing a whole evaluation of the process involving its commercials and musicians. His comments were based on his conversations with the company. A i commend them for making this Strong judgment a he said. A lil Wayne a apology was not an earlier this month Rick Ross also lost his Deal with Reebok after he rapped about raping a woman who had been drugged. As for the Mountain Dew and by Tyler the creator Pepsico said it pulled the spot immediately after learning people found it offensive. The and portrayed a battered White woman being urged to identify her attacker from a lineup of Black men and a talking Goat that has appeared in other Mountain Dew ads. Tyler the creator has noted that the men in the lineup were played by his friends and members of Odd future a los Angeles based rap collective. Talbott reported from Nashville Tenn. A television writer Lynn elber contributed to this report from los Angeles. Follow Candice Choi at Candice Choi follow Chris Talbott at Chris Talbott the Pool water specialists Pool Sale outdoors lid. 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