Congratulations: brother basil celebrates his 90th birthday. Birthday

Congratulations: brother Basil celebrates his 90th birthday. Birthday

Brother basil celebrates this sunday, 17. November, in the benedictine abbey of munsterschwarzach his 90th birthday. Birthday.

The jubilarian was born on 17. November 1929 born as willibald hepp in hosbach (district of aschaffenburg). In the monastery, he was given the religious name of brother basilius, as stated in a press release. He completed his training as an electrician at the aschaffenburg cellular plant. At 5. September 1947 he entered the abbey of munsterschwarzach. By perpetual profession on 26. October 1952 he joined the monastery for life.

To fub to the registry office

To fub to the registry office

Anna and georg christel did not have far to go to get to know each other. Their parents' houses in schnaid were only a few hundred meters away, they grew up together.
Now the couple celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary. "We didn't have much then, but we were happy", anna looks back on a busy life. Her husband learned the tailoring trade in willersdorf, later worked in a stonemasonry business in forchheim, and finally for 25 years – until retirement – as a civil engineering worker for the district in the neuses building yard.
Together they also ran a small farm, tilled the fields with the cows for a long time. "Back then, we walked to stiebarlimbach for our civil wedding. Then there was a snack with the witnesses and we ran home again", reports the jubilee couple. The church wedding took place at the carmelites in bamberg.
Georg, a trained tailor, had sewn his own suit, and his wife anna borrowed a veil from the bride and groom who had been married before them. When they moved into their own home in 1965, a new era began for them. Anna took care of their two daughters angelika and monika, georg earned the living. Today they enjoy their evening of life, take care of the gemuse and flower garden. Congratulations from mayor heribert weber and district administrator reinhardt glauber. 

A laser keeps an eye on passers-by in bamberg

It’s just a small, inconspicuous device on the edge of the roof of a house on the grunen markt square. But the box, which is only 25 centimeters long and eleven centimeters wide, keeps a very close eye on what’s going on underneath it. He throws a laser curtain on the hustle and bustle in the fubganger zone in front of the martinskirche, the laser thus records how many visitors are on the move in the bamberger city center – and this is freely visible on the internet.

This is how the site of the start-up hystreet from coln reveals it.Com that on the long shopping night on saturday, 7. December, the busiest day on the green market: the day is the top performer of the year with 85.131 people. For comparison: on a normal saturday, not even half of the number of visitors is busy – for example on the 13th of december. April 36.850 people paid.

End of postal strike nears in bamberg district?

end of postal strike nears in bamberg district?

The postal strike still has the district and the city of bamberg firmly in its grip. Although more mail is being delivered in the meantime, many letters and parcels still remain lying around. Residents from the district report on the facebook page of the frankischer tag: still no mail arrives in hohenpolz (municipality of heiligenstadt). Facebook user carmen F. It's enough: "since 15. June hohenpolz gets neither letter nor parcel post!!"

The memmelsdorf suburb of weichendorf is also affected: "yesterday, for three weeks, a few letters, but the one i've been waiting for for three weeks doesn't arrive, i'm curious? How is this supposed to go on, I'm really annoyed", writes marion H. Another memmelsdorf district, lichteneiche, is also affected: a few letters arrive, then they don't again. Some parcels have to be picked up at the bamberg mail center in memmelsdorfer strabe. Things are supposed to be better in stegaurach.

Dax board members earn 52 times as much as their employees

Dax board members earn 52 times as much as their employees

Executive floors are often far removed financially from the simple reality of work. 52 times as much as their employees were paid by the executive boards of dax companies last year – on average.

As a result, the salary gap in germany’s premier borsenliga was just as steep as in 2017. This was calculated by the german association for the protection of investors (DSW) together with the technical university of munich.