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In 1965 she wrote two works: an autobiographical short story called " A Young Girl's Primer, or How to Attain the Leisure Class ", and a play titled Up Your Ass about a young prostitute.
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In 1965, she appeared as herself in the Hollywood production Dear Brigitte ( 1965 ) starring James Stewart, one of the few American films in which she appeared.
She had signed with Monument Records in late 1965, where she was initially pitched as a bubblegum pop singer, earning only one national-chart single, " Happy, Happy Birthday Baby ", which did not crack the Billboard Hot 100.
In 1965 she moved to the United States and, touring constantly, began to be recognized when her original songs (" Urge for Going ," " Chelsea Morning ," " Both Sides, Now ," " The Circle Game ") were covered by notable folk singers, allowing her to sign with Reprise Records and record her own debut album in 1968.
When she and Hall divorced in 1965, Beatty was named as a co-respondent and was ordered by the London court to pay " the costs of the case ".
When Steele died in 1959 Crawford was appointed to the Board of Directors of Pepsi-Cola, a position she held until 1973, although she was not a board member of the larger PepsiCo, created in 1965.
From 1965 to 1988 she served as secretary and receptionist to John Conyers, an African-American U. S. Representative.
* April 5 – Sālote succeeds as Queen of Tonga ; she will remain on the throne until her death in 1965.
Modern snowboarding began in 1965 when Sherman Poppen, an engineer in Muskegon, Michigan, invented a toy for his daughter by fastening two skis together and attaching a rope to one end so she would have some control as she stood on the board and glided downhill.
In 1965, she received a second Academy Award nomination for her performance in Marriage Italian-Style.
From the early-to-mid-1960s, Baez emerged at the forefront of the American roots revival, where she introduced her audiences to the then-unknown Bob Dylan ( the two became romantically involved in late 1962, remaining together through early 1965 ), and was emulated by artists such as Judy Collins, Emmylou Harris, Joni Mitchell and Bonnie Raitt.
She turned to Broadway at 19, and in 1965 she became the youngest woman ever to win a leading actress Tony Award for Flora the Red Menace.
A daughter of Karl-Theodor, Duke in Bavaria, and his wife, the Infanta Maria Josepha of Portugal, she was born at Possenhofen Castle, Bavaria, Germany, on 25 July 1876, and died on 23 November 1965.
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In 1965, Lewis directed and ( along with Bill Richmond ) wrote the comedy film The Family Jewels about a young heiress who must choose among six uncles, one of whom is up to no good and out to harm the girl's beloved bodyguard who practically raised her.
In the beginning of 1965, Nikolay Bogolyubov, Boris Struminsky and Albert Tavchelidze wrote a preprint with a more detailed discussion of the additional quark quantum degree of freedom.
Under the pseudonym " Adam Hall ", Trevor Dudley-Smith wrote the Quiller spy novel series, beginning with The Berlin Memorandum ( US: The Quiller Memorandum, 1965 ), a hybrid of glamour and dirt, Fleming and Le Carré.
In 1965 Conkin wrote that " In 1961, at the time of the merger, membership the United States was 104, 821 in 651 congregations, and the joint membership soared to its historically highest level in the mid-1960s ( an estimated 250, 000 ) before falling sharply back in the 1970s [...]".
McNeill wrote The Rise of the West ( 1965 ) to improve upon Toynbee by showing how the separate civilizations of Eurasia interacted from the very beginning of their history, borrowing critical skills from one another, and thus precipitating still further change as adjustment between traditional old and borrowed new knowledge and practice became necessary.
After the ABC Television Network cancelled producer Leslie Stevens ' science fiction series The Outer Limits in 1965, Stevens wrote a horror script to make use of the talents of the Outer Limits team he had brought together – including cinematographer Conrad L. Hall and composer Dominic Frontiere – with an eye to marketing it to art houses.
Some, including Martin Gardner, speculate there was an earlier version that was destroyed later by Dodgson when he wrote a more elaborate copy by hand .< ref >( Gardner, 1965 )
* Deaghlan Fionn ( Author, Political activist ) wrote theological books, holds a Doctor of Divinity degree and was ordained in 2006 born 1965 Marian Park Drogheda as Gabriel Declan Finn.
Michael Belluomo, editor of Sportswear International Magazine, Oct / Nov 1987, P. 45, wrote that in 1965, Limbo, a boutique in the New York East Village, was " the first retailer to wash a new pair of jeans to get a used, worn effect, and the idea became a hit.
It was not until the poet Randall Jarrell wrote the introduction for a new American edition in 1965 that the novel began to receive a larger audience.
In 1965, the historian A. J. P. Taylor wrote in his Preface to English History 1914 – 1945: " Some inhabitants of Scotland now call themselves Scots and their affairs Scottish.
In 1964, he wrote The Mare's Nest, an account of the German secret weapons program and the Allied intelligence countermeasures against it ; translated the Memoirs of Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel in 1965 ( edited by Walter Görlitz ); and in 1967 published Accident: The Death of General Sikorski.
A year later, in 1965, Joseph Weizenbaum at MIT wrote ELIZA, an interactive program that carried on a dialogue in English on any topic, the most popular being psychotherapy.
After The Twilight Zone was cancelled, Serling wrote an unsuccessful western television series called The Loner, which ran from the fall of 1965 to April 1966.
In 1965, Shahak wrote a letter to Ha ' aretz which, according to Dan Rickman, writing in The Guardian in 2009, was the genesis for " he currently major debate within and outside Israel about Orthodox Jewish attitudes to non-Jews ".
Then there is the poet, teacher, and critic Jeremy Hooker ( born 1941 ), who taught at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth from 1965 – 84 and became deeply involved in writing about and teaching Welsh writing in English during this time, though he wrote only a few poems with Welsh subject matter.
They also starred in an early 1965 film called Ferry Cross the Mersey ( sometimes referred to as " Gerry and the Pacemakers ' version of A Hard Day's Night "), for which Marsden wrote much of the soundtrack.
She was also sued in Federal Court by Gene Ringgold, who asserts that the actress's autobiography contains material from an article he wrote about her for a magazine Screen Facts in 1965.
In his 1965 work The Living Races of Man, Carleton Coon wrote of the Khoisan that " hey have moderately long legs and longer abdominal muscles, traits that sharply distinguish them from the Pygmy and surrounding Bantu populations having muscles with short bellies and long tendons.