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* July 14, 1952: New York City, New York Bayard Peakes walked in to the offices of the American Physical Society at Columbia University and shot and killed secretary Eileen Fahey with a. 22 caliber pistol.
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Last week Chicago happily found its top scholar in Caltech's acting dean of the faculty: dynamic Geneticist George Wells Beadle, 57, who shared the 1958 Nobel Prize in medicine and physiology for discovering how genes affect heredity by controlling cell chemistry ( Time, Cover, July 14, 1958 ).
On July 14 the Security Council -- with France and Great Britain abstaining -- voted the resolution which drew the U.N. into the Congo.
HH Abbas II Hilmi Bey ( also known as Abbas Hilmi Pasha ) () ( 14 July 1874 – 19 December 1944 ) was the last Khedive of Egypt and Sudan ( 8 January 1892 – 19 December 1914 ).
" No news of the show appeared until July 14, 1963, in an article in The New York Times about Kermit Bloomgarden, where it discussed the four shows he was producing for the coming season ; two were maybes, two were definite.
It was enacted July 14, 1798, with an expiration date of March 3, 1801 ( the day before Adams ' presidential term was to end ).
On July 14, 2010, a spokesperson for MTV Networks informed a New York Post reporter that Mike Judge is creating a new Beavis and Butt-Head series, that Judge will reprise his voice-acting roles for the show, and that the animation will be hand-drawn.
Bardot's other husbands were German millionaire playboy Gunter Sachs ( 14 July 1966 – 1 October 1969 ) and Bernard d ' Ormale ( 16 August 1992 – present ).
It commemorates the 1790 Fête de la Fédération, held on the first anniversary of the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789 ; the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille fortress-prison was seen as a symbol of the uprising of the modern nation, and of the reconciliation of all the French inside the constitutional monarchy which preceded the First Republic, during the French Revolution.
The oldest and largest regular military parade in Europe is held on the morning of 14 July, on the Champs-Élysées avenue in Paris in front of the President of the Republic, French officials and foreign guests.
Article 17 of the Constitution of France gives the President the authority to pardon criminals and, since 1991, the President has pardoned many petty offenders ( mainly traffic offences ) on 14 July.
The Fête de la Fédération on the 14 July 1790 was a huge feast and official event to celebrate the uprising of the short-lived constitutional monarchy in France and what people considered the happy conclusion of the French Revolution.
On 14 July 1879, another feast took place, with a semi-official aspect ; the events of the day included a reception in the Chamber of Deputies, organised and presided over by Léon Gambetta, a military review in Longchamp, and a Republican Feast in the Pré Catelan.
On 21 May 1880, Benjamin Raspail proposed a law to have " the Republic choose the 14 July as a yearly national holiday ".
The Senate approved on it 27 and 29 June, favouring 14 July against 4 August ( honouring the end of the feudal system on 4 August 1789 ).
" Do not forget that behind this 14 July, where victory of the new era over the ancien régime was bought by fighting, do not forget that after the day of 14 July 1789, there was the day of 14 July 1790.
July and 1952
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Act of July 3, 1952 ( 66 Stat. 328 ) as amended ( 42 U.S.C. 1952-1958 ), is further amended to read as follows: Section 1.
1, No. 2, July 1970, A Charlton Publication ) attributes this song to Susan Heather ( a pseudonym used by Marian B. Yarneall ), ( c ) 1952, 1965 by Mamy Music Corp out of Paoli, Pa. Later references show copyrights held by Gaylord Program Services, Inc. out of Nashville, TN, but this may be because Gaylord holds the copyrights for " Hee Haw.
Bob Newman recorded a hillbilly music version of this song on July 3, 1952 as the second single for his 45 record ( Catalog # 1131 ) mastered at King Records.
* 19 July 1952 – Fritz Neumayer ( FDP ) succeeds Wildermuth ( d. 9 March ) as Minister of Construction.
The Central Committee also relieved him of duties as a member of the Party Presidium ( as the Politburo had been called since 1952 ) on 16 July 1960.
Governor Muñoz Marín inaugurated the new status called Estado Libre Asociado — or Free Associated State in English — and raised the Puerto Rican flag along with the national anthem of Puerto Rico for the first time on July 25, 1952 — date in which Puerto Ricans celebrate the Constitution of Puerto Rico ( see also: Holidays in Puerto Rico ).
The musical opened on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre on November 12, 1951, and closed on July 19, 1952, after 289 performances.
In July 1952, at age 17 Clemente attended a clinic / tryout camp sponsored by the Brooklyn Dodgers and Santurce Crabbers and run by Dodger scout Al Campanis.
The highest temperature on record was in July 1991 and the coldest in the Januarys of 1952 and 1959.
Beginning in 1950, Soviet naval officers helped to establish the Hauptverwaltung Seepolizei ( Main Administration Sea Police ), which was renamed Volkspolizei-See ( VP-See ) ( People's Police-Sea ) on 1 July 1952.
The Nationality Law naturalized all citizens of Mandated Palestine, the inhabitants of Israel on July 15, 1952, and those who had legally resided in Israel between May 14, 1948 and July 14, 1952.
On February 17, 1954, letters from the producer and nominee questioned its inclusion in the category, as it was based on the short story, " The Gift of Cochise ", by the nominee, Mr. L ' Amour, published in Collier's magazine on July 5, 1952.
Daniel Edward " Dan " Aykroyd, ( born July 1, 1952 ) is a Canadian comedian, singer, actor and screenwriter.
María Eva Duarte de Perón (; 7 May 1919 – 26 July 1952 ) was an Argentine political leader, the second wife of President Juan Perón ( 1895 – 1974 ) and served as the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952.
The modern era of the NCAA began in July 1952 when its executive director, Kansas City, Missouri native Walter Byers, moved the organization's headquarters from the LaSalle Hotel in Chicago ( where its offices were shared by the headquarters of the Big Ten Conference ) to the Fairmount Building at 101 West 11th Street in Downtown Kansas City.
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With the great Union victory at the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863, and the defeat of the Copperheads in the Ohio election in the fall, Lincoln maintained a strong base of party support and was in a strong position to redefine the war effort, despite the New York City draft riots.
Trinitite, the glassy residue left on the desert floor near Alamogordo, New Mexico, after the plutonium-based Trinity nuclear bomb test on 16 July 1945, contains traces of americium-241.
On July 6, the arrival of a force of 300 Pinkerton agents from New York City and Chicago resulted in a fight in which 10 men — seven strikers and three Pinkertons — were killed and hundreds were injured.
While touring Scandinavia he first joined forces with guitarist and singer Peter Thorup, together forming the band New Church, who were one of the support bands at the Rolling Stones Free Concert in Hyde Park, London, on 5 July 1969.
Within weeks of the July 1959 announcement of the league's formation, Hunt received commitments from Barron Hilton and Harry Wismer to bring teams to Los Angeles and New York, respectively .< ref name =" chiefsafl ">
After this essay was circulated in samizdat and then published outside the Soviet Union ( initially on July 6, 1968, in the Dutch newspaper Het Parool through intermediary of the Dutch academic and writer Karel van het Reve, followed by The New York Times ), Sakharov was banned from all military-related research and returned to FIAN to study fundamental theoretical physics.
" ( Reflections on Progress, Peaceful Coexistence, and Intellectual Freedom, in The New York Times, July 22, 1968 )
New York City Opera's production in August 1990 and July 1991 ( total of 18 performances ) won the 1990 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Revival and was telecast on the PBS show " Live at Lincoln Center " on November 7, 1990.
In a July 2, 2011 editorial the New York Times opined, " The Defense of Marriage Act was enacted in 1996 as an election-year wedge issue, signed by President Bill Clinton in one of his worst policy moments.
Five teams have collected three sacrifice flies in an inning: the Chicago White Sox ( fifth inning, July 1, 1962 against the Cleveland Indians ); the New York Yankees twice ( fourth inning, June 29, 2000 against the Detroit Tigers and third inning, August 19, 2000 against the Anaheim Angels ); the New York Mets ( second inning, June 24, 2005 against the Yankees ); and the Houston Astros ( seventh inning, June 26, 2005 against the Texas Rangers ).
The most recent tour visited South Africa in May – July 2009, and before that the Lions toured New Zealand in 2005.
:* New York City has numerous Bastille Day celebrations each July, including Bastille Day on 60th Street hosted by the French Institute Alliance Française between Fifth and Lexington Avenues on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Bastille Day on Smith Street in Brooklyn, and Bastille Day in Tribeca.
* Joe Sciacca is the tabloid's new editor-in-chief, taking over in July 2010 for Kevin Convey, who left the Herald to become editor of the New York Daily News.
However, in July 2006, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Governor George Pataki, and Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. announced the final approval for the New York City Housing Trust Fund derived from $ 130 million in Battery Park City revenues.
The original team was christened the Blue Angels in 1946, when one of the pilots came across the name of New York City's Blue Angel Nightclub in The New Yorker magazine ; the team introduced themselves as the " Blue Angels " to the public for the first time on 21 July 1946, in Omaha, Nebraska.
In response, the Solomon Islands began recruiting Cuban doctors in July 2007, while Papua New Guinea and Fiji considered following suit.
Frequently referred to as " Canada's birthday ", particularly in the popular press, the occasion marks the joining of the British North American colonies of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada into a federation of four provinces ( the Province of Canada being divided, in the process, into Ontario and Quebec ) on July 1, 1867.