The parents fail to provide for their only child with any type of life insurance and the father has to keep working after the mother dies, so he can stay home. The dad ends up remarrying, creating a blended family, but doesn bother with a prenuptial agreement. He doesn even have a will.So what happens? Like a large percentage of Canadians who hope some miracle will solve their financial woes, Cinderella lands her own lottery ticket in the form of a wealthy prince who will take care of her forever and ever.You doubt there are people who think this way in real life? Think again.
Bal: Matte rushed for 116 yards on 11 carries and fumbled once. He became the first running back to rush for 100 yards in a Super Bowl before Snell matched the feat. Jerry Hill (Wyoming) reached the end zone on a carry of one yard in the fourth quarter.
We will miss our daily doses of “Afternoon’s with Amos” and his weekly “Telling it Like It Is” column inThe Indianapolis Recorder. While his voice may be silent, the legacy he created and the memories we shared, will live forever in our hearts and minds.”The Indianapolis Recorder family is saddened to hear about the passing of longtime supporter and columnist Amos Brown. Amos was not only an intellectual giant, he was a champion for equality and justice.
Bob Grady: A tight end, Grady was Tottenville first Advance All Star, an honor he received three years in a row (1970 72). In those three seasons, he caught 73 balls for 1,376 yards (18.8 yards per catch), impressive numbers in an era when the running game dominated. He led the Island in receiving in both his sophomore and junior years, and is a member of the first class of Tottenville Football Hall of Fame..
Meantime, Torbert collects expense reports from his crew so the Big Ten can issue reimbursements. Next, he hands out tickets for Saturday’s game to members of the crew who will have visitors. Each official is allowed two tickets per game but may have additional tickets if the crew allotment isn’t used.
“And, the money goes for, 100 percent of the money goes for breast cancer.”Jamie Lund is a breast cancer survivor, and she says she chose to participate because she winning her battle.Being that she only 35 years old, she wanted to let other women know that you never too young to be diagnosed.”I thought it was not going to happen to me anytime soon, especially since cancer is not in our family,” said Lund. “But, when and if a person finds a lump, they need to do something immediately.”She says her family support and her faith gave her strength over the past six months since her diagnosis, strength she passing on to others.Lufkin man living on the streets turns life aroundLufkin man living on the streets turns life aroundUpdated: Sunday, March 25 2018 6:31 PM EDT2018 03 25 22:31:41 GMTIt was back in November, where a Lufkin man, living on the streets and making crosses out of wood and beads first shared his story. Now after nearly four months, he has a roof over his head and climbing himself out of homelessness.It was back in November, where a Lufkin man, living on the streets and making crosses out of wood and beads first shared his story.