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LANL Friendships Last A Lifetime

first_imgIn a practice that has occured every month for more than three decades, a group of brilliant retirees from the Weapons Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory gathered Wednesday for lunch and laughter. The group of 18 members ranges in age from the mid 60s to mid 90s. They meet at a couple of different restaurants around town and last Wednesday gathered at the Blue Window Bistro on Central Avenue. From left, Gordon Willcutt, Sheila Shafer, Barry Shafer, Albert Charmatz, Joan Charmatz, Alice Horpedahl and Richard Maltrud. Group members not at Wednesday’s lunch include Burt Banks, George Carlson, Joseph Fritz, Earle Marie Hanson, Dean Carstens, John Hopkins, Gloria Kwei, Nancy Maltrud and Gary and Rebecca Stradling. Maltrud explained that he and his colleagues bonded while working at LANL through W Division parties, dances and dinners and began gathering for lunch nearly 40 years ago … they thoroughly enjoy each others company so have kept  up the tradition. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailtpost.comlast_img read more

IC order launches Chinese joint venture

first_imgBombardier Inc and the Power Corporation of Canada have signed a joint venture agreement to build passenger coaches in China. The deal follows a memorandum of understanding signed with the Chinese government in November 1997.The local partner is Sifang Locomotive & Rolling Stock Works in Qingdao, part of the state-owned Locomotive & Rolling Stock Industrial Corp (Loric). Sifang will have a 50% stake in the JV, with Bombardier and Power Corp holding the other 50% ’together and equally’. The JV will invest C$110m in a 50000 m2 workshop at the existing Sifang plant at Jihongtan near Qingdao in Shandong province.To support the joint venture, Chinese Railways has ordered an initial build of 300 high-quality inter-city coaches, with an option for a further 200. Following the negotiation of final contract terms, production is expected to get under way in mid-1999. Total value of the order is put at C$550m.Bombardier Transportation’s President & Chief Operating Officer Jean-Yves Leblanc said that the move was a ’significant step’ in expanding the group’s operations in the region. As well as inter-city stock, the Sifang venture is intended to produce suburban stock, EMUs, double-deck coaches and metro cars for domestic use and export, harnessing established Bombardier designs to local conditions. Employment at the plant is expected to rise to 1300 in around three years.MTR Corp of Hong Kong has launched a consultancy division to advise metro systems on operational issues including safety, training and ticketing, following projects in Bangkok, Manila and Guangzhou.last_img read more

Muskegon girls basketball squad cruises past Kenowa Hills in a Class A district contest

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