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* 1959 – Downtown Julie Brown, English television host and actress
Released that October, it returned the Famous Flames to the charts and reached # 1 on the R & B chart in February 1959 becoming the first of 17 chart-topping hits on the R & B chart which were credited to Brown over the next 15 years with six of them credited to the Famous Flames.
The newly hailed " James Brown Band " debuted at the Apollo Theater on April 24, 1959, opening for Little Willie John.
* 1959 – David Brown, Australian meteorologist
* 1959 – Phil Brown, English footballer and manager
* 1959 – Scott Brown, American politician
In chronological order others include: " I've Been Everywhere " by Hank Snow ( 1962 ) ( album of the same title ) and Johnny Cash ( 1996 ) Unchained reworked from the original 1959 Geoff Mack Australian-place-names version made popular by the singer Lucky Starr ; " Down on the Corner " ( 1969 ) by Creedence Clearwater Revival on their fourth studio album, Willy and the Poor Boys covered by a dozen other groups ; " Kalamazoo " ( 1995 ) by Luna on Penthouse ; " Cold Rock a Party " ( 1997 ) by MC Lyte on Bad As I Wanna B ; " Kalamazoo " a song by the rock trio Primus on the 1997 Brown Album ; " Top of the World " by Rascalz ( 1999 ) on Global Warning ; " Kalamazoo ", a song by Ben Folds Five on the 2004 EP Super D ; " 65 Miles from Kalamazoo " ( 2008 ) by R. J. Miller ( a lament for a lost Gibson guitar and a metaphor about " an old girlfriend from Kalamazoo "); and " Kalamazoo " ( 2009 ) by Mike Craver on his album Shining Down.
Among the humor books, Beat, Beat, Beat was a 1959 Signet paperback of cartoons by Phi Beta Kappa Princeton graduate William F. Brown, who looked down on the movement from his position in the TV department of the Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn advertising agency.
It's Good to Be Alive, New York: Little Brown and Co., 1959
As a result of the Brown decision, and changes in Virginia laws, in 1959 the Board of Supervisors for Prince Edward County refused to appropriate any funds at all for the County School Board, effectively closing all public schools rather than integrate them.
Brown and the Band were also the house band for The Steve Allen Show ( 1959 – 1961 ) and the Dean Martin Variety Show ( 1965 – 1972 ).
* Stereophonic Suite For Two Bands: The Les Brown Band and Vic Schoen and His Orchestra ( 1959 ) Kapp
* 1959: Late Date With Ruth Brown ( Atlantic )
As a result of the Brown decision, in 1959 the Board of Supervisors for Prince Edward County refused to appropriate any funds for the County School Board ; in massive resistance, it effectively closed all public schools rather than integrate them.
* " Charlie Brown / The Teenager's Lament " ( 1959 )
The novel was adapted for the screenplay of a 1959 film featuring Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, and Fred Astaire, and a 2000 television film starring Bryan Brown, Armand Assante and Rachel Ward.
Harvey appeared twice more on Broadway, in 1957 with Julie Harris, Pamela Brown and Colleen Dewhurst in William Wycherley's The Country Wife, and as Shakespeare's Henry V in 1959, as part of the Old Vic company, which featured a young Judi Dench as Katherine, the Daughter of the King of France.
Robertson's early television appearances include a starring role in the live space opera Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers ( 1953 – 1954 ), as well as recurring roles on Hallmark Hall of Fame ( 1952 ), Alcoa Theatre ( 1959 ), and Playhouse 90 ( 1958, 1960 ), The Outlaws ( three episodes as Chad Burns ).
* Folkways Records also have a number of CDs that Invader recorded in the late 1950s in New York, including, Calypso ( 1955 ), Calypso Travels, and There's a Brown Boy in the Ring and Other Children's Calypso Songs ( 1959 ).
In 1959, Adios Butler won the Cane Pace, then the Little Brown Jug where he was the first horse to win with a sub-two-minute mile and finally the Messenger Stakes, doing it in track and stake record time to become the first pacer to ever capture the Triple Crown of Harness Racing for Pacers.
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1959.
In 1959 she married David Brown, who would go on to become the producer or co-producer of such classic films
Edmund Gerald “ Pat ” Brown, Sr. ( April 21, 1905 – February 16, 1996 ) was the 32nd governor of California from 1959 to 1967 and the father of 34th and 39th governor of California, Jerry Brown.

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Since 1953 California has led the nation in enacting guarantees that public business shall be publicly conducted, but not until this year did the lawmakers in Sacramento plug the remaining loopholes in the Brown Act.
After all, when one has asked whatever became of old Joe and Charlie when one has inquired who it was Sue Brown married and where it is they now live when questions are asked and answered about families and children, and old professors when the game and its probable outcome has been exhausted that does it.
With its history standing astride all but the very beginnings of the industrial revolution, Brown & Sharpe has become over the years a singular monument to the mechanical foresight of its founder, Joseph R. Brown, and a world-renowned synonym for precision and progress in metalworking technology.
In one sense it can be said that one of the most important Brown & Sharpe products over the years has been the men who began work with the company and subsequently came to places of industrial eminence throughout the nation and even abroad.
Mr. Brown presently has over 130 patents to his credit dating back to 1923.
Whereas, John Brown has cheerfully risked his life in endeavoring to deliver those who are denied all rights and is this day doomed to suffer death for his efforts in behalf of those who have no helper: Therefore,
A two-family house at 255 Brook Street has been purchased by Brown University from Lawrence J. Sullivan, according to a deed filed Monday at City Hall.
The hospital has used the money to assist in alterations on the fifth floor of the Jane Brown Hospital, part of Rhode Island Hospital.
In contrast to the largely alignment-oriented statistically led methods of Green archaeoastronomy, Brown archaeoastronomy has been identified as being closer to the history of astronomy or to cultural history, insofar as it draws on historical and ethnographic records to enrich its understanding of early astronomies and their relations to calendars and ritual.
ACCT President and CEO J. Noah Brown has authored a book about the past, present, and future of community colleges called Charting a New Course for Community Colleges: Aligning Policies with Practice.
The fragment of a new novel she had been working on in her last years has been twice completed by recent authors, the more famous version being Emma Brown: A Novel from the Unfinished Manuscript by Charlotte Brontë by Clare Boylan in 2003.
Walsh formulated what has become popularly known as the West Coast Offense during his tenure as assistant coach for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1968 to 1975, while working under the tutelage of Paul Brown.
The second was by former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who has rallied the world community to support UN sanctions against Zimbabwe, denouncing the regime's leaders as a " criminal cabal ".
Among contemporary writers, the satirist Craig Brown has made considerable use of the clerihew in his columns for The Daily Telegraph.
Notable jazz bassists from the 1940s to the 1950s included bassist Jimmy Blanton ( 1918 – 1942 ) whose short tenure in the Duke Ellington Swing band ( cut short by his death from tuberculosis ) introduced new melodic and harmonic solo ideas for the instrument ; bassist Ray Brown ( 1926 – 2002 ), known for backing Beboppers Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum and Charlie Parker, and forming the Modern Jazz Quartet ; hard bop bassist Ron Carter ( born 1937 ), who has appeared on 3, 500 albums make him one of the most-recorded bassists in jazz history, including LPs by Thelonious Monk and Wes Montgomery and many Blue Note Records artists ; and Paul Chambers ( 1935 – 1969 ), a member of the Miles Davis Quintet ( including the landmark modal jazz recording Kind of Blue ) and many other 1950s and 1960s rhythm sections, was known for his virtuosic improvisations.
The second mystery often begins in the Brown garage on Rover Avenue, where Encyclopedia has set up his own detective agency to help neighborhood children solve cases for " 25 cents per day, plus expenses-No case too small.
" In film as in society at large, America ’ s influence has now reached levels and depths previously unimaginable ," said critic Geoff Brown, referring to the Americanisation of British film culture in the 1990s.
The government of Gordon Brown has announced several new reforms for care in England.
At the time it was mentioned " Brown has also branched out into real estate and music publishing in recent months ".
In an aside, he cited the single mother title character in the television program Murphy Brown as an example of how popular culture contributes to this " poverty of values ", saying, " It doesn't help matters when primetime TV has Murphy Brown — a character who supposedly epitomizes today's intelligent, highly paid, professional woman — mocking the importance of fathers, by bearing a child alone, and calling it just another ' lifestyle choice.

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