Bethlehem


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a town in eastern Pennsylvania on the Lehigh River to the northwest of Philadelphia

a small town near Jerusalem on the West Bank of the Jordan River

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Barnette, chairman and chief executive officer of Bethlehem Steel, said: "The completion of our acquisition of Lukens joins two of the world's preeminent steel plate producers to form Bethlehem Lukens Plate, a Division of Bethlehem Steel Corporation.
Gerard wrote in a letter to hourly workers and retirees of the Bethlehem Steel Corp.
CONTACT: Bette Kovach, Corporate Communications of Bethlehem Steel, 610-694-3711/
Gerard, USWA's International President, said that "apparently the reality hasn't yet sunk in on Bethlehem management that it will have little to say about manning levels at the assets being purchased by ISG as negotiations between the Union and ISG move forward.
We are honored that guests choose to celebrate the holidays with us, and we are pleased to offer so many opportunities for families to spend time together at Sands Bethlehem," said Mark Juliano, President, Sands Bethlehem.
Historic Bethlehem is offering a range of holiday options for those looking to visit the city during this coming festive period.
The brother and sister team of Maxim and Leila Sansour launched Open Bethlehem in November 2005, since when they have brought the plight of the endangered cradle of Christianity to the attention of church leaders all over the world.
In a letter last month to Victor Batarseh, the mayor of Bethlehem, Archbishop Williams expressed his concern for the fate of the area.
In Bethlehem Besieged, Mitri Raheb tells stories of life under Israeli occupation.
The Bethlehem International Centre, a part of which Dar al-Kalima Academy is, was initiated by the Lutheran congregation of Bethlehem, that being a part of the Lutheran Church of Palestine and Jordania.
Once a bustling cultural and spiritual centre hosting tourists and pilgrims, Bethlehem now has boarded-up shops and abandoned development projects, states the report, entitled "Costs of Conflict: The Changing Face of Bethlehem.
The world that Hammer depicts so eloquently in A Season in Bethlehem is about nothing so simple as Arab versus Jew, or Muslim versus Christian.
In what could be considered an alarming notice to Bethlehem Steel retirees drawing a pension from the bankrupt company, chairman and CEO Robert S.
In fact, a large mutual fund just became our largest stockholder within the last two or three months because it rotated into cyclicals, and saw our industry on the verge of recovering," says the vice president and controller of Bethlehem Steel.
An 1875 Otis elevator, an 1876 locomotive and an 1877 steam pump are among the items headed to a museum that Bethlehem Steel Corp.