On Christmas day, 1958, the residents of Ear Falls awoke to the news that Tom Young had shot and killed his father, Albert Young, 47; his newly married neighbours Jimmy and Clara Gordon, ages 18 and 16 respectively, his next door neighbor, George Williams, 47, and the local OPP constable, Cal Fulford, 28. After a thorough investigation, a preliminary hearing and a five day trial, Tom Young was found guilty and sentenced to death. On Tuesday, June 30, 1959 he was taken from his cell and hanged, the last execution to take place in the Kenora jail..
Mark Goodacreis Professor of New Testament Christian Origins in the Department of Religious Studies at Duke University. He has published many articles. His books include,The Case Against Q: Studies in Marcan Priority and the Synoptic Problem(2002), andThomas and the Gospels: The Case for Thomas Familiarity with the Synoptics (2012).
Our HRV is fabulous and Toby Keller is AWESOME! Thanks, Toby!Tongue in cheekMy wife and I were eating at a certain restaurant in Merchants Square when I noticed a terrible water spot from my beer glass. Well? I never! Naturally I called the server over and demanded a clean up and then was sure not to tip her. Water spots from cold glasses are a blot on decent society! The next thing you know, people in JCC and upper York County will have Williamsburg addresses! When will this madness end?Looking for I’m looking for local bee keepers in Williamsburg area that sell unpasteurized raw honey.
The pond in the heart of the jungle was the place where queens in the past bathed and used as their garden. At times of war, kings always used the forest cover for their defense against attacks and very often they escaped through the heavy foliage to a safer place in the hills. In the past elephant, elk and leopard roamed freely among tall giant trees and hanging creepers.
Emeline was not unemployed for long. In September of 1967, she became the secretary of the Ermineskin Elementary and Junior High School. She carried on those duties efficiently, independently and respectfully but could be forthright if needed. Below deck on the APL Jade, Greenpeace volunteers Hosta and Scott Anderson chatted with the freighter’s chief officer, Cheang Wai Sun. Sun had discovered the pair scurrying up the pilot’s ladder on the side of the ship and prevented them from hanging a banner that read “President Bush: Stop Illegal Logging.” When Hosta left the ship, she gave the banner to Sun as a souvenir. Seaman Grant waited on the dock with handcuffs..