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161. Death to Dr. David Crosthwaite Death to Dr. David Crosthwaite Obituary for Dr. David N. Crosthwaite, “1020 Virginia Ave., one of the pioneer teachers of Lincoln high school.” Crosthwaite was born in Tennessee in 1856 and became licensed to practice medicine in... Teachers;

162. Countee Cullen Countee Cullen File contains one biographical article about Mrs. Countee Cullen, with photo and caption. She was the “widow of a leading Negro poet, playwright and educator” and “grew up in Kansas City.” The... Teachers;

163. Educator, Parks Supporter Dies at 88 Educator, Parks Supporter Dies at 88 "Jeremiah Cameron, a language and literature educator who served on the Kansas City Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners from 1972-1979, died" July 29, 2008. He died before the dedication ceremony... Teachers colleges; Parks;

164. Aaron Douglas Aaron Douglas File containing a pamphlet with photos and biographical article about Aaron Douglas, a black painter born in Topeka, Kansas in 1899 and becoming successful as an artist before "return[ing] to his native... Teachers

165. J. Menown J. Menown Description of "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Teas, Coffee, Spices and Baking Powder," at the corner of Fifth and Main, James Menown, owner. Tea industry; Coffee industry; Spices; Baking powder;

166. KC Area Taxes Creep Up--As Usual KC Area Taxes Creep Up--As Usual Article "presents a snapshot of how much area residents pay in selected taxes." Some observations are made about sales taxes and how they have increased in recent years. Includes chart "How Taxes Compare"... Taxes; Sales taxes;

167. E-Normous Win E-Normous Win Taxes; Political elections;

168. KC's Earnings Tax Takes Center Stage KC's Earnings Tax Takes Center Stage Local business leaders give their opinion on Kansas City's earning tax (e-tax) and the short- and long-term financial impact for the city if the tax was discontinued. On April 5, 2011, Kansas City, Missouri,... Taxes; Income taxes;

169. Departing Agency Leader Aided Downtown Revival Departing Agency Leader Aided Downtown Revival For more than 40 years Lester Siegel served on the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority (PIEA). Former Mayor Charles Wheeler appointed the ex-CEO of Harzfeld's in 1967 to the PIEA board. Article tells... Taxes;

170. Bit of Brotherly History Bit of Brotherly History Leon E. Bloch, Jr., tells how H&R Block got started. Brothers Henry, Richard, and Leon called their new company United Business Company of Missouri, but the name was challenged by United Business Service,... Taxes;

171. Here's a TIF Deal: Get Out the Rubber Stamp Here's a TIF Deal: Get Out the Rubber Stamp Opinion column about the City Council's approval of a $4.8 million tax increment financing subsidy for Andrews McMeel Universal to move their headquarters into the Boley builindg at 12th and Walnut streets.... Taxes;

172. City's Law Department Shoots Down Gates' Economic Plan City's Law Department Shoots Down Gates' Economic Plan Ollie Gates and others have proposed a "duty free tax zone" bounded by 9th Street on the north, 29th Street on the south, Troost Avenue on the west and Prospect Avenue on the east. Gates believes it would... Tax exemptions; Sales taxes;

173. G. W. Jones G. W. Jones Description of dealer in "Wholesale and Retail, China, Glass and Queensware," 523 Main Street. Tableware; Glassware;

174. Kehilath Israel Turns 100 Kehilath Israel Turns 100 Kehilath Israel Synagogue is celebrating its 100th year anniversary. The synagogue was founded in 1910 as Congregation Tifheress Sfrod and was a consolidation of five different Orthodox shuls. The article... Synagogues; Anniversaries;

175. Beth Shalom, Ohev Sholom Eye Merger Beth Shalom, Ohev Sholom Eye Merger The leaders of congregations Beth Shalom and Ohev Sholom have begun to explore in depth the possibility of a merger between the two synagogues. Ohev Shalom, established in 1878, is the oldest synagogue... Synagogues;

176. H. Probst City Directory Entry H. Probst City Directory Entry Entry for "H. Probst, architect and superintendent. References:--K. C. F. S. & M. R. R. general offices; New Synagogue [or B'nai Jehudah Temple], Trinity Church, Meyer Bros. Drug Co." Synagogues;

177. Beth Shalom Hires Executive Director Beth Shalom Hires Executive Director Elaine Levine has been chosen as the new executive director of Congregation Beth Shalom. She has worked for more than 20 years in Jewish communal settings in a synagogue environment and her focus is to... Synagogues;

178. B'nai Jehudah Temple City Directory Entry B'nai Jehudah Temple City Directory Entry Entry for the "Synagogue, Oak, sw. cor. 11th," (the B'nai Jehudah Temple). Synagogues;

179. Congregation Kol Ami Chooses New Spiritual Leader Congregation Kol Ami Chooses New Spiritual Leader The Congregation Kol Ami chose Doug Alpert as their new spiritual leader on July 1, 2011. "Alpert is an attorney and a life-long Kansas City resident. His professional background includes work in real... Synagogues;

180. Beth Shalom's Wornall Road Synagogue, Land For Sale Beth Shalom's Wornall Road Synagogue, Land For Sale Congregation Beth Shalom's land and property at 9400 Wornall Road is now for sale. When this sells, the only synagogue in Kansas City, Missouri, will be The New Reform Temple. Beth Shalom leaders say they... Synagogues;