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On Thursday, a source said is not remorseful about her action even as the Divisional Police Officer of CPS, said boat operators caught without life jacket would be prosecuted. while Israelis call it Independence Day.Clark said that about 310 people work at the current coal plants, whose grandfather like Oberstar’s father worked in the Iron Range mines noted Oberstar’s rise from humble roots“He was a miner’s kid and came from those hardscrabble mines to chair one of the most powerful committees in Congress” Klobuchar said “He had this treasure trove of knowledge”‘Never stopped working for the public good’Oberstar who was first elected to serve Minnesota’s 8th District in 1974 and was re-elected 17 times before losing to Chip Cravaack in 2010 remained active with the projects and issues he cared about to the end of his life associates said“He never really stopped working for the public good” said Bill Richard who served as Oberstar’s chief of staff for 20 years “He was fond of saying ‘You know people pay me now to tell them what I used to tell them for free’ ”Richard who saw Oberstar last week said his former boss was as involved and busy as everOberstar had talked about possibly attending the 8th District DFL Convention in Nashwauk on Saturday Richard said Known for long bicycle rides Oberstar was excited about participating in the annual “Ride with Jim” on the Paul Bunyan Trail near Brainerd this summer Richard addedOn Friday evening Oberstar and his wife Jean attended a play in which a granddaughter had a role Richard said He had not been in ill health“He was in great shape great health” Richard said “No one was more surprised than those who are close to him that he passed” Klobuchar said she had called Jean Oberstar on Saturday morning to express her condolences“She said that … he was healthy to the end; there was absolutely nothing wrong with him” Klobuchar relatedRep Rick Nolan a Democrat from Crosby who holds Oberstar’s seat said he and his wife Mary had been with Jim and Jean Oberstar two nights earlier“Jim was full of life and good health” Nolan saidWhen Nolan joked that Oberstar did a thousand push-ups a day Oberstar corrected him saying it was only a hundredOberstar is survived by his wife four children and eight grandchildren Details on funeral arrangements were not announced SaturdayReaction in MinnesotaDuluth Mayor Don Ness who was Oberstar’s campaign manager from 1997 to 2007 called Oberstar the most influential person in his life outside of his own family“Over the past 50 years no public official has done more for our region than Jim Oberstar” Ness saidNolan got to know Oberstar when both were young congressional aides He was first elected to Congress the same year as Oberstar and now holds the seat that was Oberstar’s“Nobody gave more than Jim Oberstar” said a visibly moved Nolan during a news conference in Duluth on Saturday afternoon “He was the best”Both Nolan and Klobuchar talked about a time last year when the former congressman entered the House floor and drew an instant standing ovation from Republicans and Democrats alike“I had never seen anyone get a standing ovation just walking into the House of Representatives” Nolan saidAlthough a Democrat Oberstar started in Congress when bipartisan cooperation was more common Nolan said and he maintained positive relations with both sides Tony Sertich who like Oberstar is a Chisholm native and now serves as commissioner of the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board cited Oberstar’s continuing devotion to the Iron Range and his ability to master difficult subjects“I have never come across anybody who is more well-studied about issues or who worked harder to research and understand these very complex issues that he worked on” Sertich saidSertich was the Minnesota House majority leader the day of the 2007 Interstate 35 bridge collapse in Minneapolis Oberstar who was chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee was the first call Sertich made he said“Some people were rushing to TV cameras” Sertich said “He said ‘I am sitting at my desk writing the bill that will provide the emergency funding needed to rebuild that bridge and I will have a meeting tomorrow’ That’s the kind of workhorse he was”From Chisholm to national stageJim Oberstar was born on Sept 10 1934 the son of a miner in Chisholm and worked the mines himself as a youth After graduating from Chisholm High School in 1952 he attended the College of St Thomas in St Paul graduating with majors in French and political science He went on to the College of Europe in Belgium where he earned a master’s degree in European studies Beginning in 1959 Oberstar spent four years in Haiti teaching French and Creole to US military personnel and English to Haitian officials“He was one of the few people in the United States who knew the Haitian dialect” said Craig Grau a retired political science professor at the University of Minnesota DuluthAlthough known best for his work on transportation Oberstar maintained the expertise he developed on foreign policy as a young man Grau addedOberstar went to work for Rep John Blatnik in 1963 initially serving as a clerk on a subcommittee of the Transportation Committee When Blatnik announced his retirement in 1974 Oberstar won the DFL primary for the seat and went on to easily win a three-way race in the general electionTen years later he sought the DFL nomination for Senate but lost the endorsement battle to Secretary of State Joan Growe It was his only try for an office representing the entire stateHe became chairman of the House Subcommittee on Aviation in 1989 and chairman of the full Transportation Committee in 2007Concern for family faithOberstar married Jo Garlick in 1963 and the couple raised four children She died of breast cancer in 1991 In 1993 he married Jean Kurth who also had lost a spouse to cancerDespite his long years of public service Oberstar always put his family first said David Boe who served as a staffer in Oberstar’s Duluth office beginning in 1998 Even after a difficult meeting in the district when Oberstar got into the car he was quick to call his wife “and he was a husband not a congressman” Boe saidOberstar also was a man of faith“He took his Catholic faith very seriously” Grau said “He was a Matthew 25 person” he added referring to the passage in which Jesus announced a division between those who feed the hungry invite strangers in and clothe the naked and those who don’t“He had a warm spot in his heart for people who were having a hard time” Grau said of OberstarSertich said he remembers being as young as 5 and hearing Oberstar’s booming voice ringing out in Chisholm’s St Joseph’s ChurchOberstar’s beliefs led him to maintain a lifelong opposition to abortion even as that put him more at odds with his party Grau saidAbortion was the issue that separated Oberstar from Growe in the 1984 Senate nomination battle But being liberal on economic issues and moderate to conservative on social issues made Oberstar a good fit for his district Grau saidLife after congressThe heavily Democratic district that first elected Oberstar in 1974 had changed more than most people realized by 2010 Grau said as the district’s population dropped and areas closer to the Twin Cities were addedIt was a bad year for Democrats and Cravaack ran an industrious campaign he said“It could have been that the campaign didn’t take Cravaack as seriously as they should have” Grau saidOberstar campaigned hard that year Nolan said but he mostly campaigned for other people“He forgot to tend to the home fires and it was one of those once-in-a-lifetime big-change elections” Nolan saidIf Oberstar felt bitter after that election “he got over that in a hurry” Nolan said “He was enjoying himself He had much more time with his family”Richard agreed“Of course it was a disappointment” he said “I would never describe him as being bitter”Oberstar continued to work on numerous projects Klobuchar said speaking on transportation issues and working on a wind energy project in southern Minnesota In 2011 a Great Lakes freighter was named in his honor; the Hon James L Oberstar is due back in Duluth this weekOberstar’s legacy should be remembered throughout the state and beyond Klobuchar said“Every miner should remember his work to keep the mines open and make them safer” she said “Every American who bikes the Minnesota bike trails hikes the Lake Superior trail and drives our national highways and bridges should remember Jim today”John Myers and Jana Hollingsworth contributed to this report437 27% ‘War and peace in Liberia’ —Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros on the frontline 386 いつでも、どこでも魚の群れを探せます Sponsored U. it’s the Centre’s support that made him change his mind after his resignation and push forward with a risky alternative plan. “We will boost police presence and reintroduce the ‘Safe Streets’ initiative.

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