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The San Francisco national chapter retained the name " Mattachine Society ", while the New York chapter became " Mattachine Society of New York, Inc ." Other independent groups using the name Mattachine were formed in Washington, D. C. ( Mattachine Society of Washington, 1961 ), and in Chicago ( Mattachine Midwest, 1965 ).
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He supervised the cleanups and handled the shipments of raw gold which each week went out to San Francisco.
Since 1944 he has also conducted regularly at the San Francisco Opera, where he made his debut with a memorable performance of Verdi's Falstaff.
We will recall that the still confident liberals of the Truman administration gathered with other Western utopians in San Francisco to set up the legal framework, finally and at last, to rationalize war -- to rationalize want and fear -- out of the world: the United Nations.
Lane was still burning because he had narrowly missed election as governor of California in 1902 and laid his defeat to the antagonism of Hearst's San Francisco Examiner.
In his fight for the Illinois and Indiana delegations, Hearst made several trips to Chicago to confer with Andrew Lawrence, the former San Francisco Examiner man who was now his Chicago kingpin, and once to meet with Bryan.
The recent experiments in the new poetry-and-jazz movement seen by some as part of the `` San Francisco Renaissance '' have been as popular as they are notorious.
In San Francisco he has worked with Brew Moore, Charlie Mingus, and other `` swinging '' musicians of secure reputation, thus placing himself within established jazz traditions, in addition to being a part of the San Francisco `` School ''.
Patchen's musicians are outsiders in established jazz circles, and Patchen himself has remained outside the San Francisco poetry group, maintaining a self-imposed isolation, even though his conversion to poetry-and-jazz is not as extreme or as sudden as it may first appear.
Their meeting at San Francisco is nominally scheduled as a conference of the California Democratic Council directorate.
Coaching had declined considerably by 1905, but the sign was still there, near the old Wells Fargo building in San Francisco, creaking in the fog as it had for thirty years.
Louis Sherry once stayed a fortnight at the Palace, and he was so pleased with omelet Arbogast that he introduced it at his restaurant in New York J. Pierpont Morgan had come in his private train to San Francisco, to attend an Episcopal convention, and brought the restaurateur with him.
Living in San Francisco I saw them seldom enough to see them with a perspective which was not distorted by exasperation or fatigue.
it raced across the Pacific at 300 miles an hour, devastated the coasts of Java and Sumatra with waves 100 to 130 feet high, and pounded the shore as far away as San Francisco.
At twelve minutes after five on the morning of Wednesday, April 18, 1906, San Francisco was shaken by a severe earthquake.
I noticed that he was in Unit 12 and that he had registered under the name of Oscar L. Palmer and wife, giving a San Francisco address.
-- Bobby Waters of Sylvania, Ga., relief quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League, will undergo a knee operation tomorrow at Franklin Hospital here.
The Union Pacific Railroad streamliner, City of San Francisco, stopped in Ogden, Utah, for a few minutes.
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Wills favored jazz-like arrangements and the band found national popularity into the 1940s with such hits as " Steel Guitar Rag ", " New San Antonio Rose ", " Smoke on the Water ", " Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima ", and " New Spanish Two Step ".
In November 2006, Reilly's attorney presented to U. S. District Judge Susan Illston a letter from Hearst senior vice president James Asher to MediaNews President Jody Lodovic that said the two companies agreed to " offer national advertising and internet advertising sales for their San Francisco Bay area newspapers on a joint basis, and to consolidate the San Francisco Bay Area distribution networks of such newspapers ..." Illston, suggesting she had been misled by the companies when they said they had not been collaborating, issued a 14-page ruling forbidding Hearst and MediaNews from working together on national advertising sales or distribution.
The national church of France in Rome also carries his name: San Luigi dei Francesi in Italian or Saint Louis of France in English.
Most of these stations broadcast various types of music format, and political discussions, news and phone-in programmes remain mostly the domain of the national broadcaster ( NBC ) which broadcasts nine radio services nationally ( in various Namibian languages, including German-the only full-time German service outside of Europe ), plus the new! Ha service, broadcasting to the San community in Tsumkwe.
In addition, San Marino maintains the lowest unemployment rate in Europe, a state budget surplus, and no national debt.
San Marino's per capita gross national product in 2000 stood at $ 32, 000 with more than 50 % of that coming from the tourism industry which draws about 3. 15 million people annually.
The train carriages had a distinctive appearance, being liveried in the national colours of San Marino, blue and white layered horizontally ; the service offered first class and third class seats.
In their role as Fortress Guards they are also responsible for the guarding of the Palazzo Pubblico in San Marino City, which is the seat of national government.
The Gendarmerie may call upon the assistance of the Municipal Police in cases of major crime or national security, and ( following revised regulations for both corps introduced by the Government of San Marino in 2008 ) may also call upon soldiers and border guards of the Fortress Guards Corps, in their secondary role as ' Criminal Police Officers '.
Later, a mega-choir formed by members of the San Francisco Children's Chorus, San Francisco Boys Chorus, San Francisco Girls Chorus and Piedmont Children's Choir performed the national anthem under well known choir director Louis Magor.
Despite the predicted blowout, and the fact that San Diego did not have as much national appeal nor a relatively large core fan base, the telecast of the game on ABC still had a Nielsen rating of 41. 3.
** In his final game on the sideline, John Wooden coaches UCLA to its 10th national championship in 12 seasons when the Bruins defeat Kentucky 92-85 in the title game at San Diego, California.
The Mattachine Society existed as a single national organization headquartered first in Los Angeles and then, beginning around 1956, in San Francisco.
Thousands gathered at the Basilica of San Domenico for the funerals which were broadcast live on national TV, all regular television programs were suspended.
Though they are not members of the EU, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican City also have euro coins featuring a national side, but these coins are not put into general circulation by the authorities who instead sell them to collectors for prices higher than their face value.
It is uncertain whether the Council of Ministers will grant them legal tender status elsewhere outside national boundaries, as San Marino, Monaco, and the Vatican City also issue these kind of coins.
The Chapultepec Peace Accords were signed on Thursday, January 16, 1992, ending 22 years of civil war, and are celebrated as a national holiday with people flooding downtown San Salvador in Plaza Gerardo Barrios and in La Libertad Park.
The Regiment was founded in 1903 as a recreation of a unit which existed from 1813 to 1826 under the leadership of national hero General José de San Martín.