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1958 and letter
The bombers, whose names all started with the letter " V " and which were known collectively as the V-class, were the Vickers Valiant ( first flew 1951, entered service 1955 ), Avro Vulcan ( first flew 1952, in service 1956 ) and Handley Page Victor ( first flew 1952, in service 1958 ).
VSO was founded in 1958 by Alec Dickson through a bishop's letter
He said, however, in a letter written in 1958 that he believed the Ages had quickened and that it was about the end of the Sixth Age / beginning of the Seventh.
By tradition and by Carson's own public statements, the impetus for Silent Spring was a letter written in January 1958 by Carson's friend, Olga Owens Huckins, to The Boston Herald, describing the death of numerous birds around her property resulting from the aerial spraying of DDT to kill mosquitoes, a copy of which Huckins sent to Carson.
Yuri Andropov, then the CPSU Director on Relations with Communist and Workers Parties of Socialist Countries, to write an urgent letter to the Central Committee on 28 August 1958 about the significant 50 % increase in the number of East German intelligentsia among the refugees.
* The issue of what to call the then-fledgling field of computer science was raised by the editors of DATA-LINK in a letter to the editor of CACM, appearing in 1958, the first year of CACM.
In 1958 however, he received a letter from Saul Kripke, who pointed out that this assumption is perhaps unwarranted.
In August 1958 after Elvis ' mother Gladys died, Parker wrote in a letter, " Nicky came out to be with Elvis last Week was so very kind of him to be there with his friend.
He stated that, while cataloging documents at the ancient Greek Orthodox monastery of Mar Saba in the summer of 1958, he discovered the text of the letter handwritten into the endpapers of Isaac Vossius ' 1646 printed edition of the works of Ignatius of Antioch.
He stated that, while cataloging documents at the ancient monastery of Mar Saba in the summer 1958, he discovered the text of the letter handwritten into the endpapers of Isaac Vossius ' 1646 printed edition of the works of Ignatius of Antioch.
The American internist Edward C. Heyde originally described the syndrome in a 1958 letter to the New England Journal of Medicine, reporting on ten patients with the association.
Louis Vazart referred to a letter dated 29 July 1958, also referring to another letter from de Gaulle dated 3 August 1958 where he thanked Plantard for his support during the Algerian crisis.
The book Sybil Exposed by Debbie Nathan published in 2011 claims that Wilbur, Mason and Schreiber perpetrated a fraud, documenting a 1958 letter by Mason confessing to making up the multiples for attention and excitement.
The Governor of Northern Rhodesia, Sir Arthur Benson, wrote a secret letter to his superiors in Britain, highly critical of Welensky and the federation ; this letter remained undiscovered until 1958, when Huggins revealed it to Welensky.
The year 1958 was a red letter one for Howard.
Train service ended on April 20, 1958, replaced by buses using the same letter designations.
The correspondence that this letter generated helped bring together supporters of the Wolfenden Report and this led to the Homosexual Law Reform Society being founded on 12 May 1958 with members including Victor Gollancz, Stephen Spender, and MP Kenneth Younger.
In 1958 Jawaharlal Nehru, in a letter to the chief ministers, considered the idea of social service as a prerequisite for graduation.
Seen as violating the neutrality of his position, the letter sealed his fate, and he would retire in 1958.
He is best known for his controversial discovery of the Mar Saba letter, a letter attributed to Clement of Alexandria containing excerpts from a Secret Gospel of Mark, during a visit to the monastery at Mar Saba in 1958.

1958 and friend
He became a friend of Maria Callas, and they worked together on a La Traviata in Dallas in 1958.
In spring 1958, however, Witten's friend Thomas Marston, a Yale librarian, acquired from London book dealer Irving Davis a dilapidated medieval copy of volume 3 of Vincent of Beauvais's encyclopedic Speculum historiale (" Historical Mirror "), which turned out to be the missing link ; the wormholes showing that it had formerly had the map at its beginning and the Relation at its end.
Barrymore was also portrayed by Christopher Plummer ( who was a friend of Diana Barrymore ) in the 1996 two-man show Barrymore, later filmed in 2012 and by Errol Flynn in the 1958 biographical film about Diana entitled Too Much, Too Soon.
" He was my best friend and he refused to speak to me ," Rank said ( Taft, 1958, p. xvi ).
Being irreplaceable as the Lone Ranger's best friend he subsequently also appeared in The Lone Ranger ( 1956 ) as well as in The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold ( 1958 ).
He reached the zenith of his career with a succession of classic films such as, Strangers on a Train ( 1951 ) which is about two train passengers: tennis pro Guy ( Farley Granger ) and Bruno ( Robert Walker ) who staged a battle of wits and traded murders with each other, Dial M For Murder ( 1954 ) with Ray Milland as a villainous husband who attempts to murder his wealthy wife ( Grace Kelly ), Rear Window ( 1954 ) which is about man ( James Stewart ) being convinced that his neighbour is a killer, To Catch a Thief ( 1955 ), a lightweight thriller set in South of France, Vertigo ( 1958 ), with James Stewart as a retired police detective who becomes obsessed with the disturbed enigmatic ' wife ' ( Kim Novak ) of an old friend, and North by Northwest in which an advertising executive ( Cary Grant ) is mistaken for a non-existent spy and chased across the country while aided by a mysterious woman ( Eva Marie Saint ).
In 1958, Horne was nominated for a Tony Award for " Best Actress in a Musical " ( for her part in the " Calypso " musical Jamaica ) which, at Lena's request featured her longtime friend Adelaide Hall.
In the summer of 1958 Fleming and his friend, Ivar Bryce, began talking about the possibility of a Bond film ; in the autumn of 1958 Bryce introduced Fleming to a young Irish writer and director, Kevin McClory, and the three of them, together with Fleming and Bryce's friend Ernest Cuneo, formed the partnership Xanadu Productions, named after Bryce's Bahamian home, but which was never actually formed into a company.
For a decade ( 1958 – 1968 ), Shelton reviewed music, in particular folk music, but also pop and country music, becoming a good friend of many of the artists and extending his influence beyond the pages of the Times.
Darby Crash ( born Jan Paul Beahm ) ( September 26, 1958 – December 7, 1980 ) was an American punk musician who, along with long-time friend Pat Smear ( born Georg Ruthenberg ), co-founded The Germs.
His best friend was showman and producer Mike Todd, who died in a plane crash in 1958.
Bell began his professional life as a journalist, being managing editor of The New Leader magazine ( 1941 – 1945 ), labor editor of Fortune ( 1948 – 1958 ) and later co-editor ( with his college friend Irving Kristol ) of The Public Interest magazine ( 1965 – 1973 ).
In August 1958, William Zeckendorf, a friend of Wright's and a New York real estate developer then involved in several development projects on Chicago's south side, acquired the Robie House at Wright's urging from the seminary through his development company Webb & Knapp.
In 1958, thanks to the intervention of a family friend, Martino was allowed to return to the US and resume his recording career, but he faced difficulties in re-establishing himself, especially with the arrival of rock and roll.
Throughout the 1950s he appeared on programmes including Round the Bend ( BBC, 1955 – 56 ) and Educating Archie ( ITV, 1958 – 59 ) and appeared with his friend Tony Hancock in several episodes of The Tony Hancock Show ( ITV, 1956 ) and Hancock's Half Hour ( BBC, 1957 ).
" After being discharged in 1958, " My friend Angelo Torres took me around to a couple of his clients, one being ' Classics ' the Gilberton Company, publisher of the Classics Illustrated comic-book series of literary adaptations, and I was given a script.
Some of his most important artistic development was at the Etaples art colony, which he first visited in 1908 with his New Zealand friend Eric Spencer Macky ( 1880 – 1958 ).
Mohawk Indian Frederick Gilbert Thompson confessed to the crime in 1958, fingering his friend Johnny Green as the killer of Richard.
The union leader liked Sarno and Mallin's willingness to become successful businessmen, and he introduced Sarno and Mallin to Allen D Dorfman, who loaned Sarno and his friend some money, allowing them to open the Atlanta Cabana Motel in 1958.

1958 and West
Under Gorbachev, relatively young, reform-oriented technocrats, who had begun their careers in the heyday of " de − Stalinization " under Nikita Khrushchev ( 1958 – 1964 ), rapidly consolidated power within the CPSU, providing new momentum for political and economic liberalization, and the impetus for cultivating warmer relations and trade with the West.
Shortly thereafter, Dominica was transferred from the Leeward Island Administration and was governed as part of the Windwards until 1958, when it joined the short-lived West Indies Federation.
The socialist rule was violently ended in 1958 by the U. S .- backed military ruler General Ayub Khan who disbanded the political parties and took tough actions against the communist mass in both East and West Pakistan.
Uncomfortable with the workings of democratic ststem, unruliness in the East Pakistan parliamentary elections and the threat of Baloch separatism in West-Pakistan, Bengali President Iskandar Ali Mirza issued a proclamation that abolished all political parties in both West and East Pakistan, abrogated the two-year old constitution, and imposed the first martial law in the country on October 7, 1958.
On July 4, 1958, the Ghanaian government established Ghana Airways to replace the operations of the West African Airways Corporation within Ghana and connecting Ghana with other countries.
In 1958, the Windward Islands Administration was dissolved, and Grenada joined the Federation of the West Indies.
West Germany played a central role in the creation of European cooperation ; it joined NATO in 1955 and was a founding member of the European Economic Community in 1958.
Though militarily victorious in the 1957 – 1958 Moroccan invasion of Spanish West Africa, Spain gradually relinquished its remaining African colonies.
The first mass produced IFV was the West German Schützenpanzer 12-3 which served in the Bundeswehr from 1958 until the early 1980s.
Jamaica joined nine other UK territories in the Federation of the West Indies in 1958 but withdrew after Jamaican voters rejected membership in 1961.
* 1958 – The West Indies Federation is formed.
* 1958 – Queen Elizabeth II officially opens London Gatwick Airport, ( LGW ) in Crawley, West Sussex, United Kingdom.
The French government then proposed that France, West Germany and Italy jointly develop and produce nuclear weapons and delivery systems, and an agreement was signed in April 1958.
Blazing the Trails West, another Classics Illustrated publication ( Special Issue No. 144A, June 1958 ), includes a chapter on Kit Carson.
Although the nationalistic fervor sweeping French West Africa at this time was largely absent in Mauritania, continuous politicking ( averaging one election every eighteen months between 1946 and 1958 ) provided training for political leaders and awakened a political consciousness among the populace.
In fact, during his trip to the West in 1958 he often needed to be carried from venue to venue.
In 1956 the Nigeria Regiment of the Royal West African Frontier Force ( RWAFF ) was renamed the Nigerian Military Forces, RWAFF, and in April 1958 the colonial government of Nigeria took over from the British War Office control of the Nigerian Military Forces.
Scott studied in Teesside from 1954 to 1958, at Grangefield Grammar School and later in West Hartlepool College of Art, graduating with a Diploma in Design.
The residential college system proposed by President Lovett was adopted in 1958, with the East Hall residence becoming Baker College, South Hall residence becoming Will Rice College, West Hall becoming Hanszen College, and the temporary Wiess Hall becoming Wiess College.
The islands remained in the Leeward Islands Federation until they joined the failed West Indies Federation from 1958 to 1962, in which Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla was a separate state.
In 1958, the United Kingdom tried to establish an independent West Indies Federation comprising most of the former British West Indies.
During Pérez Jimenez ' dictatorship from 1952 to 1958, Venezuela enjoyed remarkably high GDP growth, so that in the late 1950s Venezuela's real GDP per capita almost reached West Germany's.
The 1958 European premiere at the Manchester Opera House transferred to London, where it opened at Her Majesty's Theatre in the West End on Friday December 12, 1958 and ran until June 1961 with a total of 1, 039 performances.

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