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* 1967 – Sarah Cracknell, English singer ( Saint Etienne )
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* 1967 – The Aldene Connection opened in Roselle Park, NJ, shutting down the CNJ's Jersey City waterfront terminal and transferring commuters to Newark Penn Station.
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and Auntie Mame in the 1960s ; in 1967, she won the Sarah Siddons Award for her work in Chicago theatre.
She graduated from The Chapin School in 1967, attended the University of Paris and earned a degree in art history from Sarah Lawrence College.
In January 1967, Johnson and Winding were in an all-star line-up ( alongside the likes of Clark Terry, Charlie Shavers and Joe Newman ) backing Sarah Vaughan on her last-ever sessions for Mercury Records, released as the album Sassy Swings Again, with three of the cuts, including Billy Strayhorn's " Take the " A " Train ", being arranged by Johnson himself.
He then married Sarah Clifford-Turner at Chelsea in 1966 and had two more children: George ( born 1967 ), and Sasha Jane ( born 1969 ).
; Dave Cook became National Organiser in 1975 ; Pete Carter prominent in UCATT ; Beatrix Campbell and Judith Hunt active in National Women ’ s Advisory ; Jacques, on the EC since 1967 and replacing James Klugmann on Marxism Today in 1977 ; Sarah Benton was a " heresy " favouring editor of Comment ; critics from the past, like Eric Hobsbawm and Monty Johnstone, got more influence.
His roles in films such as Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines ( 1965 ), King Rat ( 1965 ), The Chase ( 1966 ), Thoroughly Modern Millie ( 1967 ), Isadora ( 1968 ) and Performance ( 1970 ) ( alongside Mick Jagger ), as well as his relationship with actress Sarah Miles, had made him a media personality.
Kaplan, who had met Lillian Gish many years earlier when he was a publicist involved in The Comedians ( 1967 ), decided immediately that the role of Sarah Webber was a role that would introduce new generations of filmgoers to the great talent of the " First Lady of American Film ", who had begun her film career in 1912.
Its members included Nannie and Walter Bowe, Harold Cruse ( who was then working on The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual, 1967 ), Tom Dent, Rosa Guy, Joe Johnson, LeRoi Jones, and Sarah E. Wright, among others.
In 1968, he married Carolyn Denton, the 1967 Miss Oklahoma ; their three daughters are Callie, Katie and Sarah, a leading operatic soprano.
* Lady Sarah Consuelo Spencer-Churchill ( London, 17 December 1921 – 2000 ); baptised 17 January 1922 at St Margaret's Westminster ; married 14 May 1943 in Westminster Edwin Fariman Russell ( born 15 July 1914 ) and had four children: Serena Mary Churchill Russell ( born 1944 ), Consuelo Sarah Russell ( born 1946 ), Alexandra Brenda Russell ( born 1949 ), and Jacqueline Russell ( born 1958 ); divorced 7 October 1966 in Reno, United States ; married secondly 11 November 1966 Guy Burgos with no issue ; divorced in 1967 in Mexico ; married thirdly 1967 in Philadelphia Theo Roubanis with no issue
In a 1967 interview, Sarah Stokes commented that Kirk " drinks to excess quite often ( and ) has indiscreet public associations with other women ".
Sir Stephen Lewis Courtauld, MC ( 1883 – 1967 ) was a member of the wealthy English Courtauld textile family ( he was the son of Sydney Courtauld ( 10 March 1840 – 20 October 1899 ) and Sarah Lucy Sharpe ( 1844-1906 ) and youngest brother of Samuel Courtauld, founder of the Courtauld Institute of Art ).
He starred in Roman Polanski's vampire film The Fearless Vampire Killers ( 1967 ) ( British title The Dance of the Vampires ) as innkeeper Yoine Shagal with his daughter Sarah played by Sharon Tate.
Between 1967 and 1971 the BBC produced a radio version of Creasey's Roger West stories with actor Patrick Allen in the title role as Scotland Yard Chief Inspector Roger " Handsome " West, with Allen's real-life wife Sarah Lawson playing the role of West's wife Janet.
Paley taught writing at Sarah Lawrence College from 1966 to 1989, and helped to found the Teachers & Writers Collaborative in New York in 1967.
Sarah began her language training in 1967 at age 5, beginning with food exchanges, in order to establish a social exchange with the instructor.
Lauren Booth ( born Sarah Booth 22 July 1967, Islington, London ) is an English broadcaster, journalist and pro-Palestinian activist.
Sarah Cracknell ( born 12 April 1967 ; Chelmsford, Essex ) is an English singer-songwriter, best known as the lead singer of the electronic music band Saint Etienne.