HMAS Melbourne, SLNS Sagara Take Part in PASSEX

first_img View post tag: SLNS HMAS Melbourne, SLNS Sagara Take Part in PASSEX View post tag: PASSEX View post tag: take View post tag: Melbourne The ship, Adelaide Class guided missile frigate (FFG) heading home after a successful visit to the Island Nation paved way for the strengthening of bilateral relationships of the two countries and mutual co-operation between the two Navies. The exercise was designed to promote bilateral cooperation and stability, greater interoperability between the two Navies, mainly focusing on the issues related to piracy and illegal human trafficking. It provided opportunity for both Navies to rehearse the concept of joint naval operations and to enhance own skills.[mappress]Press Release, February 27, 2014, 2014; Image: Sri Lanka Navy View post tag: HMAS Training & Education Share this article February 27, 2014 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: part View post tag: Navy HMAS MELBOURNE AND SLNS SAGARAThe Australian Naval Ship HMAS “Melbourne” which arrived in Sri Lanka on a goodwill visit took part in a Passage Exercise code named “PASSEX” with SLNS “Sagara” in the seas off Galle on 25th February 2014. View post tag: Naval View post tag: Sagara Back to overview,Home naval-today HMAS Melbourne, SLNS Sagara Take Part in PASSEX last_img read more

In the Field: Camellia oil (video)

first_imgCamellias offer showy winter flowers in landscapes across the South. They have something more valuable, too: cooking oil. A University of Georgia plant breeder wants to make the ornamental plant into a viable commercial oil producer.Camellia oil “is a very healthy oil to cook with and very similar to olive oil,” said John Ruter, horticulturist with UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.Camellias are native to China, where one of every seven people commonly use camellia oil for cooking, he said. And the country doesn’t produce enough to meet demand.In this episode of “In the Field,” Ruter speaks with Brad Haire, UGA CAES news editor, about the ornamental plant’s oil potential and about something he recently did with camellias that has never been done in the U.S. before.Watch Camellias store valuable, tasty cooking oil.last_img read more

Wendy Mathews, 71, Cross Plains

first_imgEdwena L. “Wendy” Mathews, 71, of Cross Plains passed away at 2:35am, Thursday, March 12, 2020 at Norton Hospital in Louisville. She was born in Dupont on January 28, 1949 the daughter of Arthur and Lorraine Rand Pyles. She was married to Lee Mathewson November 27, 1981 and he survives. Other survivors include one son Bryan (Cassandra) Mathews of Hebron, Kentucky; two daughters Cara (Bill) O’Connell of Richmond, Virginia, and Lisa (Brian) Zistler of Lawrenceburg; three grandchildren Lauren O’Connell, Kyle Holley, and Gemma Mathews; two brothers Rick (Darlene) Pyles of Phoenix, Arizona, and Daryle Pyles of Madison; three sisters Linda (David) Owens, Priscilla (Waylon) Huff, and Sonja (Gene) Drake all of North Vernon. She was preceded in death by her parents, and her sister Janet Turner. Mrs. Mathews was a 1967 graduate of Madison High School. She was employed with the Versailles IGA, but most of her working career was spent with the Jay C stores where she worked in Milan, Columbus, Madison, and as a cashier at the Osgood store. Wendy was a member of the Shelby Christian Church and was currently serving on the Brown Township Advisory Board. Wendy enjoyed her family and spending time gardening. Funeral services will be held on Monday, March 16th at 10:30am at the Shelby Christian Church with Tim Heim officiating. Burial will be in the Cross Plains Methodist Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4pm to 7pm on Sunday at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles and from 9:30am until time of services Monday at the church. Memorials may be given to the Shelby Christian Church building fund or the Cross Plains Methodist Cemetery in care of the funeral home.last_img read more