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* 1975 – Chad Allen, American retired baseball player
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* 1975 – The Governor of Portuguese Timor abandons its capital, Dili, and flees to Atauro Island, leaving control to a rebel group.
1975 and Chad
* Sir Mark Evelyn Heath-Diplomat, British Ambassador to Chad ( 1975 – 1978 ), the first British Ambassador to Holy See ( 1982 – 1985 ) and Head of Protocol for the Hong Kong Government ( 1985 – 1988 ).
On 29 August 1978, Habré was given the post of prime minister of Chad, replacing Félix Malloum in that position ; Malloum had been both prime minister and president since 1975.
François Tombalbaye, also called Ngarta Tombalbaye ( June 15, 1918 – April 13, 1975 ), was a teacher and a trade union activist who served as the first president of Chad.
Michael Chaturantabut ( born April 30, 1975 ) is a Thai-American actor of Chinese descent best known for his role as Chad Lee, the Blue Ranger in Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue.
Chad Edward Moeller ( born February 18, 1975 in Upland, California ) is a retired Major League Baseball catcher.
1975 and Allen
In 1975, MITS released Altair BASIC, developed by Bill Gates and Paul Allen as the company Micro-Soft, which grew into today's corporate giant, Microsoft.
* Whigs and Hunters: The Origin of the Black Act, London: Allen Lane, 1975 ; with a new postscript, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1977 ; London: Breviary Stuff Publications, 2012.
*( editor ) Albion's Fatal Tree: Crime and Society in Eighteenth Century England, London: Allen Lane, 1975.
Allen co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1975, and began marketing a BASIC programming language interpreter.
In 1975, the Church Committee went on record with the finding that Allen Dulles had ordered Lumumba's assassination as " an urgent and prime objective ".
Among his output was the modern novelisation of the Irwin Allen production of Jules Verne's Five Weeks in a Balloon, two books in the " Llarn " series ; five books about the barbarian swordsman Kothar ( starting in 1969 with the anthology Kothar — Barbarian Swordsman ) and four books about the adventures of " Kyrik ," starting with Warlock Warrior ( 1975 ).
From 1975 to 1995, the Burleson county judge, who presides over the commissioner's court, were the son and father team of Mark Steglich Caperton ( born 1946 ), a Caldwell attorney, and Woods Allen Caperton ( 1920-2009 ).
At a gig in Cheltenham, in 1975, Allen refused to go on stage, claiming that a " wall of force " was preventing him, and left the band.
A High Commission could also be charged with the last phase of a decolonization, as in the crown colony of the Seychelles, granted autonomy on 12 November 1970: the last Governor, Colin Hamilton Allen ( 1921 – 1993 ) stayed on as the only colonial High Commissioner from 1 October 1975, when self-rule under the Crown was granted, until 28 June 1976 when the Seychelles became an independent republic within the Commonwealth.
Her next two films with Allen, Sleeper ( 1973 ) and Love and Death ( 1975 ), established her as a comic actor.
Margaret wrote a memoir, Forget Not, which was published by W. H. Allen Ltd in 1975 and negatively reviewed for its name dropping and air of entitlement.
* Love and Death — 1975 Woody Allen satire on 19th-century Russian novels, set during the 1812 French invasion of Russia.
In December 1974 Bill Gates was a student at Harvard University and Paul Allen worked for Honeywell in Boston when they saw the Altair 8800 computer in the January 1975 issue of Popular Electronics.
Allen and Gates had been in contact with Ed Roberts of MITS and in March, 1975 Allen went to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to test the software on an actual machine.