Day: August 5, 2013

Family seeking help in finding missing juvenile

Marion County Sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing juvenile who suffers from emotional issues and may be endangered. Matthew Giddings, 16, was last seen walking away from his sister’s home in Keizer last Friday evening, Aug. 2. His family last saw Giddings in the area of River Road North and Lockhaven Drive North. Giddings’ father called the Marion County Sheriff’s Office on Friday evening to report him missing. His father reported to Deputy Peter Walker that Giddings suffers from autism as well as various developmental and mood-related disorders. He reportedly acts younger than his age, but is unaware of it. Giddings is 5’8”, 180 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie sweatshirt with neon green lettering on the front, blue jeans, white tennis shoes and socks. Anyone spotting Matthew is asked to call 9-1-1 or the MCSO dispatch at 503-588-5032. The case number is...

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“The Buy Side: A Wall Street Trader’s Tale of Spectacular Excess” by Turney Duff

“The Buy Side: A Wall Street Trader’s Tale of Spectacular Excess” by Turney Duff c.2013, Crown Business $26.00 / $31.00 Canada 320 pages   BOOK REVIEW by TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER Your bankbook feels fatter these days, and you sleep better at night. The market’s back up. Stocks seem healthier. Investors are trading again, and they say that everything you lost in the Great Recession is back where it belongs. That’s not entirely true, though. You lost a lot of courage over those years, and that may never return. In the meanwhile, you spend your money with fingers crossed – and if you read “The Buy Side” by Turney Duff, you’ll keep ‘em that way. Turney Duff fell into Wall Street by accident. Hoping to be a journalist, Duff moved to New York City to find a job after college. When no one would talk to him, he turned to his uncle, who used business contacts to set up job interviews at ten Wall Street firms. Duff’s instructions: to say he wanted to be in sales. Not completely aware of the nature of the jobs for which he was interviewing, Duff loved what he saw when he toured each workplace: attractive, cool people in big rooms filled with energy and big money. He was hooked and, within days, had a job as a Private Client Services assistant at Morgan Stanley. At...

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Bentley’s will have quick turnaround

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes A former Dutch Bros. Coffee franchisee is looking forward to opening a coffee stand in Keizer. As reported last week in the Keizertimes, Brandon Eastman recently purchased the Quickie’s coffee stand at 4435 River Road North, in the parking lot in front of The Cotton Patch, from John Sandstrom. “I decided to retire for the time being,” Sandstrom said. The stand will be changed to a Bentley’s Coffee. This will be the second Bentley’s, as Eastman opened the first one in Salem last September. Eastman confirmed he does plan to open next week. “It’s probably going to be somewhere in that week, between the 5th and the 10th,” he said. “We will do some remodeling.” To read the complete article and other news from around the Keizer area, pick up a copy of the August 2 print edition of Keizertimes, available at stores all around the area. To subscribe to the print edition for just $25 a year, click on the ‘Subscribe Today’ link at the top of the page, call 503-390-1051 or visit our office at 142 Chemawa Road North in...

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