- Horoscope for Monday, 9/23/19 by Christopher Renstrom
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Creative projects flower this year. Make long-desired domestic changes through steady steps.
Family joys light up the winter, before your career needs attention. Resolve a kink in communications next summer, before netting a lucrative professional score. Connect and collaborate with interesting people. Syndicated columnist and astrologer Linda C. Black touched millions all over the world with her loving snippets of astrological perspective through her daily horoscopes seen in newspapers in the United States and abroad, as well as astrologers-online.
Horoscope for Monday, 9/23/19 by Christopher Renstrom
She died after a long battle with ovarian cancer at the age of Linda Black studied and practiced astrology for more than forty years, following a childhood interest. Linda also wrote Globe Mini Mags for years and contributed numerous articles to magazines. Linda C. Black Daily Horoscopes has over 4,, newspaper readers, plus millions more online and by mobile phone. Nancy Black has been writing for publication for thirty-five years.
Together with her husband, she founded Mercury Press International, a media agency that reaches millions of readers, providing daily horoscopes, words, images and video to magazines, books, periodicals and commercial clients in more than thirty different countries. They serves as correspondents for El Mundo, Spain's second largest national newspaper and the world's largest Spanish-language online periodical. Nancy writes a series on inspiring women for Yo Dona Magazine in Spain.
Nancy's mother, Linda C. Black was a master astrologer and syndicated columnist with Tribune Media Services.
She counted on Nancy's assistance during the last months of her life, while fighting ovarian cancer. It was Linda's wish that Nancy continue her life's work. Aref and Hossain claimed they had been framed by the informant who came to them with the scheme. Their lawyers also argued that they were the victims of warrantless surveillance by the NSA, but it was later revealed that President George W. Bush had authorized an expanded policy of wiretappings he said was allowed by the Constitution.
Both men were indicted by a grand jury in and later convicted in court, with sentences of 15 years in prison. In July , the appellate court upheld the convictions.
Helen Wright Salmond became Albany's first female ambulance driver, working a job at Memorial Hospital that had her on call 24 hours a day and required her to room at the hospital's senior nurses' home. A driver of her own car for 17 years, as well as a one-time truck driver for a local baking company, Salmond was working as a volunteer at the hospital when she learned someone was needed immediately to fill what was billed as a "man-sized job. Following that she simply changed uniforms and took over the new position. From the Archives: Zodiac Killer letters; and more. An example of a handwritten letter by the Zodiac Killer.
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One such letter was sent to the Times Union in from someone who claimed to be the killer. Photo: Bettmann. Caption Close.