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* 1968: Verner E. Suomi for his imagination, ingenuity, and versatility in conceiving and designing diverse meteorological sensors which have helped to transform the satellite as a meteorological probe from a dream to a reality.
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La Hora de los hornos ( The Hour of the Furnaces, from 1968 ), directed by Octavio Getino and Fernando E. Solanas, influenced a whole generation of filmmakers.
On September 18, 1974, courts awarded Day $ 22, 835, 646 for fraud and malpractice in an hour-long oral decision by Superior Judge Lester E. Olson, ending a 99-day trial that involved 18 consolidated lawsuits and countersuits filed by Day and Rosenthal that involved Rosenthal's handling of her finances after she terminated him in July 1968.
Among his predecessors as editors-in-chief were Hugh Chisholm ( 1902 – 1924 ), James Louis Garvin ( 1926 – 1932 ), Franklin Henry Hooper ( 1932 – 1938 ), Walter Yust ( 1938 – 1960 ), Harry Ashmore ( 1960 – 1963 ), Warren E. Preece ( 1964 – 1968, 1969 – 1975 ), Sir William Haley ( 1968 – 1969 ), Philip W. Goetz ( 1979 – 1991 ), and Robert McHenry ( 1992 – 1997 ).
* Slater, Philip E. The Glory of Hera: Greek Mythology and the Greek Family ( Boston: Beacon Press ) 1968 ( Princeton University 1992 ISBN 0-691-00222-3 ) Concentrating on family structure in 5th-century Athens ; some of the crude usage of myth and drama for psychological interpreting of " neuroses " is dated.
In 1968 the newly commissioned United States Navy Knox class destroyer escort USS Harold E. Holt ( FF-1074 ) was named in his honour.
* Martha B. Gilbreth ( November 5, 1909 – November 15, 1968 ) ( age 59 ); married Richard E. Tallman ; four children ( Janet, Blair, Mary, Stephanie ).
* Converse, Philip E .; Miller, Warren E .; Rusk, Jerrold G .; Wolfe, Arthur C. " Continuity And Change In American Politics: Parties and Issues in the 1968 Election.
* Jamieson, Patrick E. " Seeing the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidency through the March 31, 1968 Withdrawal Speech.
When she was two she was introduced to Bongo, a 19 month old male from Africa, and on February 1, 1968, their first of three offspring was born, a female named Emmy, named by the zoo after the mayor of Columbus, M. E. " Jack " Sensenbrenner.
Warren presided over the Court's October 1968 term and retired in spring 1969 ; Nixon named Warren E. Burger to succeed him.
Borrar de la Memoria, a movie about a journalist who investigates a girl who got killed in July 1968 lightly touches the massacre, which is filmed by Roberto Rentería, a C. U. E. C.
An insurance agent, Borland did not seek reelection in 1968 and was succeeded by E. M. Hollingsworth. Borland was credited with the building of the Cotton Valley city hall, recreation center and municipal park.
The Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway ( E & BASR ) is a heritage railway in North Yorkshire, England, ( formed in 1968 and re-opened in 1979 ).
Early works with television sets are Transmigracion 1-3 from 1958 and Elektronischer Dé-coll / age Happening Raum, ( E. D. H. R ), ( Electronic Dé-coll / age Happening Room ), an Installation, from 1968.
* Mundell, E. H. A List of the Original Appearances of Dashiell Hammett's Magazine Work, 1968, The Kent State University, Ohio.
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Production began in the Cuanza basin in the 1950s, in the Congo basin in the 1960s, and in the exclave of Cabinda in 1968.
The AFI Catalog of Feature Films, started in 1968, is an online database that preserves the history of American film in encyclopedic detail.
Elevated levels of americium were also detected at the crash site of a US B-52 bomber, which carried four hydrogen bombs, in 1968 in Greenland.
# The Anglican Consultative Council ( first met in 1971 ) was created by a 1968 Lambeth Conference resolution, and meets usually at three year intervals.
A key text is Jeff Nuttall's book Bomb Culture ( 1968 ), which traced this pervasive theme in popular culture back to Hiroshima.
During World II the winter games were canceled but after that time the Winter Games have been held in St. Moritz ( 1948 ), Innsbruck, Austria ( 1964 and 1976 ), Grenoble, France, ( 1968 ), Albertville, France, ( 1992 ), and Torino, Italy, ( 2006 ).
* 1968 – Pierre Elliot Trudeau wins the Liberal Leadership Election, and becomes Prime Minister of Canada soon after.
Karpov won a gold medal for academic excellence in high school, and entered Moscow State University in 1968 to study mathematics.
* 1968 – Alexandros Panagoulis attempts to assassinate the Greek dictator Colonel Georgios Papadopoulos in Varkiza, Athens.
The tempo of the play changed over the next four series in the 1960s, held in 1962 – 63, 1964, 1965 – 66 and 1968.
* 1968 – An earthquake hits Casiguran, Aurora, Philippines killing more than 270 people and wounding 261.
After 1890 came philosopher Josiah Royce ( 1855 – 1916 ), botanist Liberty Hyde Bailey ( 1858 – 1954 ), the Southern Agrarians of the 1920s and 1930s, novelist John Steinbeck ( 1902 – 1968 ), historian A. Whitney Griswold ( 1906 – 1963 ), environmentalist Aldo Leopold ( 1887 – 1948 ), Ralph Borsodi ( 1886 – 1977 ), and present-day authors Wendell Berry ( b. 1934 ), Gene Logsdon ( b. 1932 ), Paul Thompson, and Allan C. Carlson ( b. 1949 ).