Officers responded to a radio call for service of a possible burglary in the 200 block of 14th Street.

first_imgHomeNewsCrimeOfficers responded to a radio call for service of a possible burglary in the 200 block of 14th Street. Oct. 11, 2017 at 6:36 pmCrimeNewsOfficers responded to a radio call for service of a possible burglary in the 200 block of 14th Street.editor4 years agocity of santa monicaSanta Monica On September 27, at about 12:08 p.m.Officers responded to a radio call for service of a possible burglary in the 200 block of 14th Street.The reporting party/victim saw the suspect in his backyard looking through his patio door. The victim contacted the subject.The suspect told the victim he was looking for his friend. The victim called the police and the suspect fled.The victim followed the suspect to the area of 12th Street and California Avenue where the officers attempted to stop the suspect. The suspect fled from the officers and a perimeter was established.The suspect was located within the containment and taken into custody.In custody: The suspect refused to provide any information and was booked as John Doe, was arrested for prowling and resisting arrest. Bail was set at $45,850.Tags :city of santa monicaSanta Monicashare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentMan shoots attempted carjacker in Ocean ParkTourism TalksYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall11 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson21 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter21 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor21 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press21 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press21 hours agolast_img read more

Forecasts put ten on course to join EMU

first_imgHowever, officials admit this scenario will depend on EU statisticians allowing Paris to use a 6-billion-ecu payment from France Télécom as compensation for its pension liabilities to reduce the government’s 1997 deficit.Alongside these two key players in the euro zone, the Commission will predict that at least eight more member states – the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, Ireland, Austria, Finland and Sweden – are on course to meet the 3% target for 1997.With a little extra pain, Spain, Portugal and the UK could also obtain the budgetary green light.Commission officials are still running through the details of the Italian government’s austerity programme, which aims to slash 33 billion ecu from next year’s budget, before they decide whether to cut Italy’s deficit forecast of 5.2% for 1997.Less contentious is the Commission’s view that EU economies are experiencing a ‘convergence’ of their inflation performance, with the average rate likely to dip to historically low levels of under 2.4% next year.“Governments have growing credibility in the markets,” said an official. “They are making serious efforts in the budgetary field and convergence is much better on both budgets and prices.”This credibility can be seen in the lower long-term rates of interest governments are having to pay investors to hold on to their debt. Since the May forecasts, French ten-year interest rates have dipped below those in Germany while even Italian yields have dropped two percentage points since the beginning of the year. The motor behind the improvement in the Union’s economic fortunes will be Germany, where GDP has grown faster than May’s worst-case scenario of just 0.5% this year and 1.8% next.Instead, Commission economists are now forecasting that German growth will be more than 1% this year and above 2% in 1997.The May figures were compiled in the wake of a serious slow-down in Germany and France in the early months of the year, during which the German economy shrank by 0.5% in the first quarter alone.Now, six months later, the situation is very different. Stronger export performance and the impact of higher pension payments translated into second-quarter German growth of 1.5% – an improvement of nearly 4% over 12 months.These growth prospects, combined with tough budgetary measures, will ensure that the Commission sticks to its May forecast that the 1997 German budget deficit will dip below 3% of GDP – in line with the entry rules for the euro.Even though the Commission was alone in May in also predicting that the French deficit would – conveniently – fall below 3% in 1997, nothing has since persuaded it to change its optimistic outlook. When he unveils his latest predictions for EU economies on 6 November, Economics Commissioner Yves-Thibault de Silguy will hold out the hope that at least ten countries – and possibly as many as 14 – will meet the entry requirements for the euro zone.As an antidote to recent remarks from French politicians and German central bankers opposing early membership for Mediterranean countries, De Silguy will use the upbeat figures to galvanise Italy and Spain in particular into further budgetary efforts.Officials confirm that the new forecasts paint a rosy picture compared with the Commission’s last report in May. They indicate the EU’s overall gross domestic product will grow faster in 1996 than the 1.5% spring forecast, although growth next year is unlikely to change from the 2.4% already predicted.last_img read more

NI AWR Design Environment V12 Pre-Release Now Available

first_imgNI (formerly AWR Corporation) has announced the availability of the NI AWR Design Environment™ V12 — Its first major software release in 2015. This release is available as a pre-release to select customers, partners and evaluators. It will be previewed at the International Microwave Symposium 2015 (IMS2015) for the first time at the NI booth #2431. This latest release boasts new load-pull and antenna- and radar-specific features, as well as ease-of-use improvements, speed enhancements and third-party integration flows. View measured data and design matching networks using swept load-pull files APLAC tuning and optimization speed enhancements Improved simulation control Schematic editing, layout viewing and layout editing improvements Select highlights of V12 NI AWR Design Environment include:Microwave Office/ Analog Office Analyst™ and AXIEM To learn more about V12 NI AWR Design Environment, stop by NI booth #2431 at IMS 2015 for a demonstration, attend an NI AWR software-centric MicroApps session at IMS (see schedule here) or visit awrcorp.com/what-is-new/v12-preview.Pricing and AvailabilityV12 NI AWR Design Environment is planned for full release in the third quarter of 2015. Contact your local NI AWR software sales representative for more information, specific pricing and licensing options.center_img Visual System Simulator™ (VSS) An enhanced phased-array block and simplified Microwave Office consistent VSS sources Bidirectional blocks for more readily managing both transmit and receive systems RF models auto-configuration option for phased-array block, WLAN 802.11ac library, enhanced radar library and more Easier 3D EM setup and an improved 3D editor experience; geometry cleanup and standard for the exchange of product model data (STEP) import for Analyst Anisotropic dielectric materials support for AXIEM Faster and more accurate simulation results due to threading, frequency sweep algorithm improvements, meshing options/refinement enhancements and a remote simulation option Visualization of the impact of circuits on antenna patternslast_img read more

Question About a Soccer Jersey

first_img 0 Watchman Location:Polska/Poland SportsLogos.Net They are currently supplied by Puma. Where it says Monterrey is where the sponsor logo would be, I believe Nike made that style jersey. It’s a fake. 22,644 Share this post Share on other sites Followers 0 Posted November 11, 2014 232 posts DatsyukianDekes6 0 five boroughs, one City. Sports Logo News Share this post Share this post 11 Gothamite I would never wear that. Says BIMBO on the front……. that’s a huge no. 5,026 DatsyukianDekes6 0 Sports Logo News Members 22,252 posts Followers 0 11 pepis21 Sign in to follow this   0 Posted November 11, 2014 Share this post Gothamite By DatsyukianDekes6, November 11, 2014 in Sports Logo News 6 Posted November 11, 2014 DatsyukianDekes6 Link to post 5,026 11 Members Posted November 11, 2014 22,644 Posted November 11, 2014 11 Share on other sites Members pepis21 Members Link to post Link to post 11 Go To Topic Listing Share on other sites Share on other sites 22,644 Forums Home 6 Link to post And that the comment has absolutely nothing to do with the question at hand?I wish I could tell you more about the jersey, but I don’t know anything about the Mexican league. Location:San Antonio, Texas Sports Logos Share this post MJWalker45 It could be non brand club replica jersey (something like NFL Pro Line collection). By the way, what is write on tag? 1,624 Sports Logos Share on other sites 6 Question About a Soccer Jersey Banned Question About a Soccer Jersey Grand Pooba of Walksylvania This topic is now closed to further replies. SportsLogos.Net I’m not sure if this is the right category for this, but here goes nothing. I found this CF Monterrey jersey in a thrift store and picked it up for like $3. Is it a replica, or is it an official jersey? I don’t have much soccer jersey knowledge (check my username and picture) so I was just wondering if anyone may know anything about this. Any information I can get on this jersey would be great!!! Thanks. Link to post Sign in to follow this   Forums Home 1,624 Watchman MJWalker45 Share this post Members 0 DatsyukianDekes6 178 posts Posted November 11, 2014 232 posts I would never wear that. Says BIMBO on the front……. that’s a huge no.You do realize it’s a Mexican bread company, right? Share on other sites 5,026 1,624 Link to post Recommended Posts 0 All Activity All Activity 53,285 posts 1,947 posts 11 Question About a Soccer Jerseylast_img read more