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In the summer of 1962 Hughes began an affair with Assia Wevill who had been subletting the Primrose Hill flat with her husband.
This grew out of a series of summer camps organized by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, beginning in 1962.
Baran developed the concept of message block switching during his research at the RAND Corporation for the US Air Force into survivable communications networks, first presented to the Air Force in the summer of 1961 as briefing B-265 then published as RAND Paper P-2626 in 1962 and then including and expanding somewhat within a series of eleven papers titled On Distributed Communications in 1964.
Mulroney secured a plum temporary appointment in Ottawa during the summer of 1962, as the executive assistant to Alvin Hamilton, minister of agriculture.
algorithm was in production use by summer 1962, possibly a month or so earlier.
In the summer of 1962, Browne was named the advertising manager for the Liberty Amendment Committee's bimonthly publication American Progress for Economic Freedom.
In the summer of 1962, he was promoted to the position of territorial manager for California, Nevada, and Arizona, and moved to San Francisco ; and in the spring of 1963 to Los Angeles.
In a summer election of 1962, Rohnert Park was incorporated, comprising, housing an estimated 2, 775 persons, the first town in Sonoma County to incorporate since 1905.
A summer post office operated at Skidmore Lake from 1959 – 1962 and from 1963-1999.
The largest buildings were demolished in the summer of 1962.
The first passenger-carrying hovercraft to enter service was the Vickers VA-3, which in the summer of 1962 carried passengers regularly along the north Wales Coast from Moreton, Merseyside, to Rhyl.
" Eye of the Beholder " ( also titled " The Private World Of Darkness " when initially rebroadcast in the summer of 1962 ) is an episode of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone.
His performances at the Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa, California during the summer of 1961, and his regional hit " Let's Go Trippin '" later that year, launched the surf music craze, which he followed up with hits like " Misirlou " ( 1962 ).
The show, originally conceived as a temporary summer filler programme for a niche audience on Saturday nights at 23. 30, began broadcasting on Friday nights in 1962 and was presented by Gay Byrne for over 35 years, on Saturday evenings for some of that time.
Cassady first met author Ken Kesey during the summer of 1962, eventually becoming one of the Merry Pranksters, a group who formed around Kesey in 1964 who were vocal proponents of the use of psychedelic drugs.
Laird recalled, " I heard her sing an odd phrase or two and thought, ' God that's a big voice out of that little girl ,'" The next summer, she played Dainty June in summer stock, and in 1962 she recorded her first single.
" The song that introduced Stevens to most of his fan base is " Ahab the Arab ," which reached number five on the Hot 100 in the summer of 1962.
In the summer of 1962, Saskatchewan became the centre of a hard-fought struggle between the provincial government, the North American medical establishment, and the province's physicians, who brought things to a halt with the 1962 Saskatchewan Doctors ' Strike.
During the summer of 1962, he was an Honor Intern at the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division.
On completion of his studies in political science and international relations, he taught and held administrative offices in various universities: teaching assistant and research associate, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts ( 1960 – 62 ); visiting lecturer, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont ( summer 1962 ); assistant professor, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, ( fall 1962 ); lecturer / senior lecturer, University of Ibadan, where he became professor ( 1965 – 88 ), head of department ( 1965 – 72 ), and dean of the Faculty of the Social Sciences ( 1966 – 68 ); Cadbury Visiting Professorial Fellow, University of Birmingham Center for West African Studies, Birmingham, UK ( 1972 – 73 ); founding vice chancellor, University of Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria ( 1975 – 79 ); visiting professor and head of department ; dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Director of the Center for Development Studies ; and member of the Governing Council, all of the University of Cross River State, Uyo, Nigeria ( 1984 – 86 ).
Harvests were disastrously poor in the early 1960s ; peasant unrest forced the government to raise food prices ; and the urban dissatisfaction that resulted from higher prices compounded a crisis that broke in the summer of 1962.

summer and keyboardist
That summer, he began touring with a new jazz fusion quartet, the 4th Dimension, consisting of keyboardist / drummer Gary Husband, bassist Hadrian Feraud, and drummer Mark Mondesir.
At this very same show, keyboardist Derek Hilland ( ex-Iron Butterfly and Whitesnake ) came on board to sub for Bluestein for the group's late summer / fall tour dates.
By summer 1962, Revere and Lindsay were working together again in Oregon with a version of The Raiders that featured drummer Mike " Smitty " Smith ( not to be confused with The Dave Clark Five's late lead vocalist and keyboardist Mike Smith ), who would spend two long periods with the band.
In response to a contest from St. Louis area radio station KPNT for a compilation CD of local artists, keyboardist / programmer Doug Firley, guitarist Matt Dudenhoeffer and drummer / bassist Kurt Kerns brought in vocalist Jeff Scheel to record and mix a track in one week during the summer of 1994.
Steve Grossman replaced Shorter in early 1970 ; Keith Jarrett joined the group as a second keyboardist thereafter, and Gary Bartz replaced Grossman during the summer of 1970.
In April 2006, it was announced that the Walsh, Peters, Fox lineup of the group would be touring the United States later that summer, featuring a keyboardist and backing vocalists.
Asia and Drama era Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes, who replaced Wakeman for the rest of the album's sessions, was later announced by as keyboardist for its upcoming summer tour.
By the summer of 2001, Kari Tornack joined the ranks as keyboardist, and Thunderstone evolved into a quintet.
Late in the summer, keyboardist Dr. Nner allegedly broke both wrists but continued touring.
In the summer of 2006, the Johnson / Louris / Murphy / Perlman version of Golden Smog undertook a concert tour, augmented by a touring keyboardist and drummer.

summer and Booker
In the summer of 2000 Iceland merged with Booker plc with Booker's Stuart Rose taking the role of CEO of the merged company.
Six weeks after the decision in this case, the Court agreed to review two cases involving the constitutionality of sentence enhancements under the federal Guidelines — United States v. Booker and a companion case, United States v. Fanfan — an extraordinary step for the Court to take during the summer months.
After his first week in office, Booker announced a 100-day plan to implement reforms in Newark ; some of the proposed changes included: adding police officers, ending background checks for many city jobs ( an effort to help former offenders find employment in the city ), refurbishing police stations, improving city services, and expanding summer youth programs.
Produced by Chuckii Booker, this version went to number-one on the R & B singles chart for a week in the summer of 1990.

summer and T
Beginning in the summer of 2004, and continuing throughout the fourth season, there were reports that William Shatner would reprise the role of James T. Kirk or perhaps an ancestor in the series, but an agreement could not be reached.
While still breezy in the summer time in comparison to other MLB parks, AT & T Park has been a consensus success and has developed the reputation as a " pitcher's park.
Across the summer the band played a number of festivals, including Weyfest and Glastonbury and T in the Park in the UK and Oxegen 2010 in Ireland, and concerts in Japan, Greece, Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria.
Blur also headlined at other summer festivals, including Oxegen 2009 in Ireland, and the Scottish outdoor show of T in the Park.
Carte travelled to New York in the summer of 1879 and made arrangements with theatre manager John T. Ford to present, at the Fifth Avenue Theatre, the first authorised American production of Pinafore.
Moreover, unlike the Hawks film, The Thing was part of what Carpenter later called his " Apocalypse Trilogy ," a trio of films ( The Thing, Prince of Darkness, and In the Mouth of Madness ) with bleak endings for the film's characters, and being a graphic, sinister horror film, it did not appeal to audiences in the summer of 1982, especially when E. T.
On October 9, 1981, both parties in the Mermelstein case filed motions for summary judgment in consideration of which Judge Thomas T. Johnson of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County took " judicial notice of the fact that Jews were gassed to death at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Poland during the summer of 1944.
During the summer of 1981 there was a major disruption of CBC programming as the technicians union, N. A. B. E. T.
Blur also headlined at other summer festivals, including Oxegen 2009 in Ireland, and the Scottish outdoor show of T in the Park.
The first house in the new town was completed in the summer of 1871 by A. T. Haft and the second by J. C. Johnson.
McClellan and R. T. Morrison sold lots in the vicinity of Jeremy Creek to planters of the Santee Delta, who sought relief from summer fevers.
Lots were cleared, the sand was leveled, topsoil was brought in and T. J. Harrison, who later became the town's first mayor, opened the first grocery store in 1956 for the six permanent families and summer residents.
In the summer of 1975, BS & T recorded a live album that was released in Europe and Japan the following year as In Concert.
In a video made the day after the band played Barrowland in Glasgow on 25 February 2012, Jim Kerr announced " festival dates coming in " for summer 2012, including Simple Minds ' first appearance at the T In The Park festival.
This White Council meeting, of late summer T. A.
The band played gigs in Chile and Argentine in May 2012 a number of UK festivals in the summer of 2012, including headlining Camp Bestival in Dorset in July 2012 and T in the Park and Donegal's Sea Sessions.
But because AT & T Park, like its predecessor, is built right on San Francisco Bay, cold summer fog and winter jackets in July are still not unusual at Giants games, despite the higher average temperature.
On October 9, 1981, both parties in the Mermelstein case filed motions for summary judgment in consideration of which Judge Thomas T. Johnson of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County took " judicial notice of the fact that Jews were gassed to death at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Poland during the summer of 1944.
* T. S. Eliot ( who had to quit a summer school in August 1914-at start of World War I )
Despite the negative publicity, the band pressed on regardless with a set of live shows in the summer of that year, including T in the Park where they were acclaimed by many as the best live act T in the Park had ever seen, the Glastonbury Festival and the V Festival.
Throughout 2012 the band continued to play live at several festivals over the summer culminating with a live performance at Old Trafford cricket ground on Monday 10 September during the England versus South Africa T / 20 cricket match.
In the summer of 1984, following a major dance competition, Double M Crew, Abdula & The Rockers, Rock Ski, Almighty T and MC II Fresh joined together to form the hip hop collective Ice Cold Rockers, a crew consisting of rappers, scratchers, dancers and graffiti artists.
According to FBI records, the phone company SBT & T first noticed his phreaking activities in summer 1968, and an employee of the Florida Bell Telephone Company illegally monitored Engressia ’ s telephone conversations and divulged them to the FBI.

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