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and to Mrs. Rozella Switzer, regional director of The National Conference of Christians and Jews, who asked them to serve as a committee for the fund.
Each regional office is led by a regional executive director elected by the regional board of directors.
Edward W. Zdunek, formerly regional manager for Europe of General Motors Overseas Operations Division, was named managing director.
The Ohio Valley Conference can trace its roots to 1941 when Murray State athletic director Roy Stewart, Eastern Kentucky athletic director Charles " Turkey " Hughes, and Western Kentucky public relations director Kelly Thompson first formulated the idea of establishing a regional athletics conference.
Bezos ' maternal grandfather was a regional director of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission in Albuquerque.
He was so good, in fact, that he came to the attention of the inspectors from Vichy, who in September 1943 sent him to Lyons to be regional director.
In 1975 British Airports Authority airport director John Mulkern, British Caledonian Airways chairman Adam Thomson and British Rail's Southern Region regional manager Bob Reid, formed the Gatwick Liaison Group to discuss matters of mutual interest.
He was asked by director Robert Falls to help co-write the book for the musical Aida ( based upon the opera by Giuseppe Verdi ), which, in an earlier format, had failed in regional theatre tryouts.
Yuen and Fortis Asia regional director, Inneo Lam, had exchanged telephone calls shortly before Lam ordered half a million PCCW shares that were later split into board lots and given away to his staff ; Lam's secretary had asked for, and received, share transfer forms from Yuen's secretary.
The problem was compounded by one regional director handing out the 1982 Regionals as practice material to attending teams, rendering that region's tournament completely unplayable.
Alexander had been acting regularly in various regional theaters when she met producer / director Edwin Sherin in Washington, D. C., where he was Artistic Director at Arena Stage.
While dean of the Harvard Law School from 1938 to 1946, Landis served as regional director of the U. S. Office of Civilian Defense ( 1941 – 1942 ) and then as its national director ( 1942 – 1943 ).
Each non-North American region has a regional director.
After the incident the regional director for Victory ROC tried to fire Heydenreycher, but the team threatened to resign if he did.
* 1969 Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. ( NAACP regional director, civil rights lobbyist )
Eventually he served as the regional director for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in Hawaii .</ ref >
In his film Capitalism: A Love Story, director and film producer Michael Moore profiled how little most regional pilots are paid in the first few years of their careers.
She was appointed the New England regional director for the Small Business Administration by President George H. W. Bush in 1992.
The number of deputy directors was increased to 8: 2 first deputies, 5 deputies responsible for departments and directorates and 1 deputy director heading the Moscow City and Moscow regional directorate.

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The U. S. Library of Congress has a collection of 3, 000 versions of and songs inspired by " Amazing Grace ", some of which were first-time recordings by folklorists Alan and John Lomax, a father and son team who in 1932 traveled thousands of miles across the South to capture the different regional styles of the song.
In addition to regional peace and stability, U. S. interests in Burkina are to promote continued democratization and greater respect for human rights and to encourage sustainable economic development.
In May 1997, Prime Minister James joined 14 other Caribbean leaders, and President Clinton, during the first-ever U. S .- regional summit in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Today, Ethiopia has very good relations with the U. S. and the West, especially in responding to regional instability and, increasingly, through economic involvement.
The Federal Reserve System's structure is composed of the presidentially appointed Board of Governors ( or Federal Reserve Board ), the Federal Open Market Committee ( FOMC ), twelve regional Federal Reserve Banks located in major cities throughout the nation, numerous privately owned U. S. member banks and various advisory councils.
Prime Minister Keith Mitchell joined President Bill Clinton, in May 1997, for a meeting with 14 other Caribbean leaders during the first-ever U. S .- regional summit in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Suazo, relying on U. S. support, created ambitious social and economic development projects to help with a severe economic recession and with the perceived threats of regional instability.
Cooperation between the U. S. and Indonesia on counter-terrorism has increased steadily since 2002, as terrorist attacks in Bali ( October 2002 and October 2005 ), Jakarta ( August 2003 and September 2004 ) and other regional locations demonstrated the presence of terrorist organizations, principally Jemaah Islamiyah, in Indonesia.
The Southern African regional office of the U. S. Agency for International Development ( USAID ) in Gaborone, Botswana now administers most of the U. S. assistance to Lesotho, which totaled approximately $ 2 million in FY 2004.
* Mercury, callsign for Shuttle America, a regional airline in the U. S.
2 ) The Supreme Court case Jones v. Wolf,, allowed for church property cases to be adjudicated in civil courts in the U. S., giving churches hostile to national or regional bodies a possible platform to secede.
The summit, which was the first-ever meeting in the region between the U. S. and Caribbean heads of government, strengthened the basis for regional cooperation on justice and counternarcotics, finance and development, and trade issues.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines maintains close ties to the U. S., Canada, and the United Kingdom, and cooperates with regional political and economic organizations such as the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States ( OECS ) and CARICOM.
In May 1997, Prime Minister Mitchell joined 14 other Caribbean leaders and U. S. President Bill Clinton during the first-ever U. S .- regional summit in Bridgetown, Barbados.
Many current U. S. state, regional and city secession groups use the language of self-determination.
There is even some geographical separation among " national " cable / satellite channels in the U. S., be it programming ( e. g., the Fox Sports Net group of regional sports channels, which share several programs ), or simply regionalized advertising inserted by the local cable company.
Since 1836, no major U. S. party has nominated multiple regional presidential or vice presidential candidates in an election.
He pointed to Canada's regional politics, as well as the U. S. presidential election of 1860, as examples of often temporary regional instability that occurs from time-to-time in otherwise stable two-party systems ( Riker, 1982 ).
Since Fot, the runemaster of U 329, also made runestones for the Jarlabanke clan, and Gerlög and Inga also belonged to the same regional elite, it is probable that U 329 refers to the same Estrid as the five other runestones.
Interventionism found its formal articulation in the 1904 Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, proclaiming the right of the United States to intervene in the affairs of weak states in the Americas in order to stabilize them, a moment that underlined the emergent U. S. regional hegemony.
However many regional telephone service operators have no interconnect agreement with Iridium or other satellite networks and users on these networks need to call reversed charge to a U. S .- based number.

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The effects of television and other mass media are erasing regional dialects and localisms with a startling force.
An example of the changes which have crept over the Southern region may be seen in the Southern Negro's quest for a position in the white-dominated society, a problem that has been reflected in regional fiction especially since 1865.
But preservation of the natural beauty of the Cape is of more than regional concern, for the automobile age has made it the recreation spot of people from all over the country.
Slackened regional demand for St. Louis goods and services reflects the region's relative lack of purchasing power.
Gov. Dalton's New Commerce and Industry Commission is moving to create a nine-state regional group in a collective effort to attract new industry.
The taxpayers of East Greenwich appropriate sums of money, as do other Kent County communities, for the support of the Kent County Memorial Hospital, a regional facility.
The maneuvers were held `` in secret '' after a regional seminar for the Minutemen, held in nearby Shiloh, Ill., had been broken up the previous day by deputy sheriffs, who had arrested regional leader Richard Lauchli of Collinsville, Ill., and seized four operative weapons, including a Browning machine gun, two Browning automatic rifles and an M-4 rifle.
Production specialists in SBA regional offices are available to help individual small business concerns with technical production problems.
Production specialists are available in SBA regional offices to help individual small business concerns with technical production problems.
Under this program, property sales specialists in the Small Business Administration regional offices help small business concerns to locate Federal property for sale and insure that small firms have the opportunity to bid competitively for surplus personal and real property and certain natural resources, including timber from the national forests.
Proposed property sales of general interest to small business concerns are publicized through SBA regional news releases, and by `` flyers '' directed to the small business concerns.
Each SBA regional office also maintains a `` want '' list of surplus property, principally machinery and equipment, desired by small business concerns in its area.
and Small Business Pooling are available, on request, from Small Business Administration, Washington 25, D.C., and its regional offices.
Information, application forms, and assistance in filing may be obtained from the Office of Minerals Exploration, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington 25, D.C., or from the appropriate regional office listed below.
and on a regional basis between the six New England states.
There are forty-seven special district governments in Rhode Island ( excluding two regional school districts, four housing authorities, and the Kent County Water Authority ).
Support for it cuts across party, regional, ethnic and other lines.
The same restrictions apply after local sunset in the case of class 3, stations operating on regional channels, which after that time are required to operate under nighttime restrictions in order to protect each other.
With respect to other frequencies, these are designated as regional or local, and assigned for use by class 3, and class 4, stations, respectively, stations operating generally with lower power.
Similarly, on the regional channels many class 3, stations have been assigned either to operate daytime only or to operate nighttime with directional antennas and/or lower power.
This year, Americans will discover previously unheard of refinements in trailers that will be exhibited in about one hundred of our nation's national, regional and local boat shows.
Only the independent art schools, that is, those not connected with any university or college, receive severe and separate investigation before accreditation by the various regional organizations.
Independent art schools granting degrees must, naturally, follow this with academic accreditation by the appropriate regional group.

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