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One brother, a Marine, served in the Korean War and five others in WWII (including my brother Arthur, now 82, who was a Darby Ranger. My military career lasted 20 years including two tours in Vietnam.This reminds me of a Sunday church service that my brothers and I attended with my father (still living). We occupied two pews in the church.
Early in life I have noticed that no event is ever correctly reported in a newspaper, but in Spain, for the first time, I saw newspaper reports which did not bear any relation to the facts, not even the relationship which is implied in an ordinary lie. I saw great battles reported where there had been no fighting, and complete silence where hundreds of men had been killed. I saw troops who had fought bravely denounced as cowards and traitors, and others who had never seen a shot fired hailed as the heroes of imaginary victories; and I saw newspapers in London retailing these lies and eager intellectuals building emotional superstructures over events that had never happened.
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Wait a minute Jack, the money would only be used to bailout poorly run automobile companies, insurance giants, banks and fund wars in places that do not want us (Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan). What was I thinking? A government fund for bad times is like a unicorn. They do not really exist! Let call a spade, a spade.
According to Meghan’s Mirror, she accessorized the look with black, Sarah Flint heels, as well as a Givenchy purse. She also wore a Givenchy belt and a bracelet. Of course, her engagement ring and wedding band were on display, as well. Foxhill residents ‘disgusted’ that Curo’s plans for the social housing estate have been tipped for approvalSome say they will be forced out of their homes and won’t be able to afford to live in the area or will have to move into something much smaller06:00, 24 JUL 2017Updated11:22, 31 JUL 2017Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA group of Foxhill residents opposed to Curo’s plan to “regenerate” the estate have said they think it’s “disgusting” that the plans have been tipped for approval.A number of homeowners and tenants spoke out after a planning officer recommended the housing association’s ambitious plan ahead of its consideration by a council subcommittee this week.Some 542 homes would be demolished and 700 news ones built under Curo’s outline plan for the area and long term tenants will pay no more rent than they do now if they move to one of the brand new homes at the nearby Mulberry Park development.Curo has said its proposal for “much needed regeneration” of Foxhill has the backing of many local residents and that it has put in a range of support measures for homeowners and tenants, such as covering the cost of moving, “to make sure that they can stay in the local area”.A group organised by Foxhill Residents Association, which represents tenants and owner occupiers, told the Bath Chronicle they will be forced out of their homes and that some won’t be able to afford to live in the area or will have to move into something much smaller at Mulberry Park.Curo’s Foxhill regeneration plan for 700 new homes set for approvalSylvia Morris, who has lived on the estate for 48 years, said she thought it was “disgusting” that a planning officer had recommended that the council’s Development Management Committee approve Curo’s planning application when it meets on Wednesday, July 26.The 75 year old said: “I feel very sad to think that people are going to be turned out of houses which are quite a medium size for families, with children, to be put into smaller accommodation.”I also feel that now, the rents are that expensive that when they put people out of properties and they go into other properties, they have no money to pay for them. There is no money.”A council estate at the beginning was for poor people that had hardly any money, but now it’s all ‘right to buy’ and in houses that people have absolutely no money to pay for them and I cannot see what the answer is here at all.”Curo reveal rent guarantee for Foxhill tenants who move to new Mulberry Park developmentThe housing estate currently has 863 homes and this number would increase by 158 under Curo’s regeneration plan.Some 30 per cent of the homes on the estate would be ‘affordable’ 210 in total and the rest would be for private sale. Of the affordable homes, 75 per cent would be for social rent and 25 per cent shared ownership.Overall, 250 social homes would be lost.Jake Hoskins, who has lived on the estate his whole life, said he will be “very sad” to see it go.The 13 year old said he didn’t know where he and his nan would go if they are forced out of their home, which his nan owns.”I’m guessing if they give her money then she’ll have to try and buy somewhere close to the area but obviously with the money that they going to ask [sic] it’s not going to get us far,” he said..