PH Mountain Cardboard Services and Sibjon Builders went through to the final stages of the Louth Snooker League’s Jubilee Snooker Knockout after topping the Town and Country Club Group. PH Mountain defeated Louth Building Supplies 7-5, with Sam Done and John Mountain winning for the hosts and Tom Evison managing a couple of frames for the visitors. Sibjon went through after a 10-2 win, with Phil Williamson, Martin Kemplay, and Graham and Dan Smith all on song for the home team. In the Conservative Club Group, there are two games left for Harness and Cooper Joiners, but they look likely to go through after they beat Dales Poultry and Game 8-4. Andy Dunn, Michael Armstrong and Nick Bailey all found form, while Phil Marshall managed to claim a couple of consolation frames back for the visitors. Also looking like qualifying are Louth Volks World after they beat Louth Travel Centre 7-5. Paul Pearson and Colin Stirton both won for the hosts, and Henry McSpadden managed to claw back a … [Read more...] about Louth Snooker League: Sibjon and PH Mountain through in Knockout
CHICAGO – The Very Rev. Myron Wasyl Panchuk, Ph.D., an associate pastor of St. Joseph the Betrothed Ukrainian Catholic Church in Chicago, passed away on March 9. He was 64. He served as the vice-president of the Ukrainian Genocide Famine Foundation U.S.A. and was a member of the Kyiv Committee of Chicago Sister City International, where he focused on Social Services Exchanges. Father Panchuk was born on April 26, 1954; he was the first child of Wasyl and Juliana Panchuk. He grew up with his two siblings on the northwest side of Chicago. After finishing eighth grade at St. Nicholas School in 1968, he attended St. Ignatius High School and then went on to Loyola University, where he earned a bachelor of science in psychology and a bachelor of arts in philosophy in 1976. Recognizing that it is never to late to learn, or pursue higher education, he completed graduate theological studies at Catholic Theological Union. In 2007 he earned an M.A. in counseling from the Adler School of … [Read more...] about Father Myron Panchuk, Ph.D., 64, pastor and community activist in Chicago
MISS Universe 2018 was won by Catriona Gray from the Philippines. But what else do we know about her? - here's the lowdown... Who is Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray? Catriona Gray, 24, is a beauty queen, TV host, singer, model and stage actress. She was born in Cairns, Queensland to Scottish-born Australian father, Ian Gray, from Fraserburgh, and Filipino mother, Normita Ragas Magnayon, from Oas, Albay. After completing high school in Australia she moved to Manila in the Philippines to work as a commercial model. Catriona has a Masters degree in Music Theory and is also involved in various philanthropic causes. She is an advocate for HIV/AIDS at Love Yourself PH and volunteers as a Teacher's Assistant to the students of Young Focus NGO. In 2018 she released her debut single We're In This Together. When did Catriona Gray win Miss Universe? In 2018 Catriona Gray was crowned the winner of Miss Universe in Bangkok, Thailand. The crown was presented to … [Read more...] about Who is Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, does the Miss Philippines have a boyfriend and who are her parents?
PROFESSORS warn mankind could die out because overcrowding could kill our mood for sex. The population is expected to swell by 1 billion in just 12 years - but that's all that will be growing. A chilling study from the 1950s study suggests cramped mice dismissed sex, and spent most their energy on self grooming. Scientist John B. Calhoun observed mice in a "utopia" with warmth, bedding, food and drink. It caused the population to, initially, surge. But the cramped conditions saw male mice become violent and savage, and females began neglecting their young. The new generation of mice were called "the beautiful ones" due to their tendency too groom and beautify themselves instead of seeking a mate. Dr Calhoun went on to advise NASA and prisons on how to manage its populations. A book detailing the experiment, Tragedy in Mouse Utopia by JR Vallentyne, has sparked fears the same could happen with humans. Economist Max Kummerow Ph.D admitted Calhoun's work was "food for thought". … [Read more...] about Humans could die out because overcrowding can turn us off SEX
Of all the letters to Santa, it's this one about Santa that stands out. You probably know it, printed in the New York Sun in 1897: DEAR EDITOR: I am 8 years old. Virginia O'Hanlon "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus," was the famous response from editor Francis P. Church. "He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist. ... The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see." One hundred and twenty years later, the "Yes, Virginia" column is the most reprinted newspaper editorial in history, inspiring books, music, even an animated Macy's TV special. While the words have traveled far, "Sunday Morning" Jane Pauley reports that Virginia O'Hanlon's handwritten note has never left her family. Brock Rogers, her great-grandson, who keeps it in a scrapbook. "Her letter, as I think about it, brings back my childhood," said James Temple, Virginia's grandson. Rogers said, "As a parent of two young kids, I want them to maintain their … [Read more...] about “Yes, Virginia”: The story behind the letter about Santa Claus