Students provided a round up of the latest national and international headlines, including news from Edinburgh Zoo, and the latest on the Scotland football team’s passionate fans, the Tartan Army. They also interviewed two pupils about their visit to a school in Shanghai and how it has affected their approach to education, and chatted to one of their teachers about his new job in Beijing. They interviewed teachers and a local MP about the situation in Libya, investigated the English Baccalaureate with the head teacher, and looked into crime levels in their local area with a local policeman.
In 1960 Casa Maria was sold again, this time to the property agents Arthur Tucket Malone. The property was leased for ten years to a succession of tenants but with the carve up of the nearby Yallambie Homestead estate by the developer A V Jennings from September 1966, it was only a matter of time before Casa Maria would itself come to the building planners’ attention. A contemporary newspaper reporting on the Casa Maria property recorded that: “several hundred yards away is Lord Ragg’s Yallambie homestead.” Thomas Wragge would certainly have been amused by this presumptuous promotion of his person to the peerage, however the two properties did occupy adjoining ridges on the western lower reaches of the Plenty River.
Plans to turn a 59 acre former rail yard into an industrial park have received preliminary approval from the Carbon County Planning Commission The land is in Lehighton and Mahoning Township. Both municipalities must vote on the plans. County commissioners, who bought the property in 2005 for $350,000, want to divide it into 10 lots to be used by businesses to bring 370 jobs.
He was bom in New Jer sey, the son of the late Char ‘les and Frederica Henney Henze. His wife, the late Ida Christie, died in 1964. Surviving are one son, George F Henze of Sykesville; one daughter, Miss Eileen Henze; and three grandchildren. The confusion between sex work and trafficking is driving the discussion in Parliament. Not one sex worker will try to defend trafficking or exploitation, or claim it doesn’t exist. Most sex workers are in fact exploited in some way or another (like workers in so many other industries), but it is precisely our lack of rights that leaves us vulnerable.
Albert L. Kaiser of Coopersburg; stepmother, Ruby Smith, and stepbrothers, Anthony D. And Andree L. I always buy a parsley seedling and keep it in a pot, since I know then where the parsley is supposed to be. I think I have enough experience to know the difference now between the two, and, of course, the differences become more evident as the plants grow older. One big difference is that poison hemlock seems to germinate easier than parsley, and my lack of success at growing parsley from seed is the real reason I buy the seedlings..