Penthouse USA May 1974
Granatelli had always watched the race from the pits but that year for the first time was in a penthouse suite overlooking pit lane from across the track. At last glance, Granatelli had seen Teran standing alongside McRea's crew chief, Granatelli's son Vince.
Penthouse USA May 1974
Walther, 25, suffered a crushed kneecap and severe burns over most of his body. The fingertips on his charred left hand were amputated. He had to relearn to walk but he was back at Indy, back in the field for the 1974 Indianapolis 500.
"I personally like the spirit here," Pei told the Augusta Chronicle in May 1974. "There seems to be strong civic leadership and a project of this nature must have the support of the business and civic leadership."
The penthouse was the setting of Lennon's iconic "New York City" photos (above), published in Andy Warhol's Interview magazine in 1974. It's also the spot from which the musician famously claimed he saw a UFO.
The first FBI employees moved into the new building June 28, 1974. At that time, FBI Headquarters offices were housed in nine separate locations. By May 30, 1975, the Director, the associate director, and several divisions had moved in. Thirty-eight years after the first proposal for a separate FBI building and 15 years after Congress approved construction on the Pennsylvania Avenue site, the last employees moved into the building in June 1977.
If, indeed, the totora and P. acuminatum made their appearance on Easter Island at the same time as man, there would be stronger reasons to support an introduction by man. As we have seen, Heyerdahl has stated that Polygonum did so but has not unequivocally said as much for the totora. Since no details regarding the fossil pollen record on Easter Island have been published it is impossible to evaluate Heyerdahl's statements. My letter (.Jan. 2, 1974) to O. H. Selling, requesting information on this subject, has not yet elicited a reply.
THE BIOLOGICAL PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION 44th ANNUAL MEETING will be held August 26-29, 1974 at the New York Hilton Hotel with the theme "New Dimensions in Biophotography". Those desiring further information should write to Antol Herskovitz, General Chairman, Health Science Center, SUNY at Stoney Brook, Stoney Brook, N.Y. 11790.
THE SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STRATIGRAPHIC PALYNOLOGISTS INC., will be held iii Calgary, Alberta, Canada from October 15th to 19th, 1974. The Calgary Meeting Committee hopes that members of your organization or society will be able to attend and/or con-tribute to our program. We hope also that you will give notice of the meeting in your journal or newsletter. Our meeting will begin with a scenic-geologic trip to the Banff region (Rocky Mountains). Two days of technical sessions follow, and the meeting will conclude October 19th with a field excursion to Drumheller, Alberta, site of the famous dinosaur/badlands region. Our technical program will feature contributed papers on Arctic Palynology, the Palynology of the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary, as well
THE 1974 GREENMAN AWARD was presented to Ihsan A. Al-Shehbaz, University of Baghdad, for the publication "The biosystematics of the genus Thelypodium (Cruciferae)" (Contr. Gray Herb. 204::3-148. 1973.)
The Award of $250 is presented each year by the Alumni Association of the Missouri Botanical Garden. It recognizes the best paper in plant systematics based on a doctoral dissertation published during the previous year. Papers published in 1974 are now being considered for the 1975 award.
THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL, POPULATION, AND ORGANISMIC BIOLOGY will have an opening (substitute for a faculty member who is on leave) for an assistant professor interested in tracheophytes and in teaching in a large General Biology course. Employment is for the two-year period from fall 1974 but may become permanent. Please send vitae and three letters of recommendation to Dr. John Marr, Dept. of EPO Biology, Univ. of Colo., Boulder, Colo. 80302.
Meanwhile, Keith records the first version of his cover of The Beach Boys' "Don't Worry Baby" at the Record Plant in Los Angeles with John Sebastian, Mark Volman, Howard Kaylan, Jesse Ed Davis and session drummer Miguel Ferrer. Former Beatles road manager Mal Evans is the producer. [information from Tony Fletcher. Melody Maker said Aug. 18, 1974.]
Diplomas [reproductions] : Associate of Arts (Merritt College, Oakland, Calif., 1966) ; Bachelor of Arts (Univ. of California, Santa Cruz, 1974) ; Ph.D. (Univ. of California, Santa Cruz, 1980)1966-1980
[ "On Identity and Consciousness of El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X): An Application of the Theory of Identity to the History of Black Consciousness" by William Henry Moore] [1 of 3] 1974
[ "On Identity and Consciousness of El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X): An Application of the Theory of Identity to the History of Black Consciousness" by William Henry Moore] [2 of 3] 1974
[ "On Identity and Consciousness of El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X): An Application of the Theory of Identity to the History of Black Consciousness" by William Henry Moore] [3 of 3] 1974
The event's Cornell kickoff took place in the Financial District on June 23, when more than 100 Cornellians of diverse ages and backgrounds gathered in a penthouse with scenic 360-degree views of downtown and the Hudson River above the southern tip of Manhattan. This was the third annual Pride reception, co-sponsored by the Cornell LGBT Resource Center and Scott Walsh AAP '99.
The building encompasses the entire city block bounded by Grant and Seventh Streets on the west and south sides, respectively, and the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks and station on the east and north sides, respectively. It contains a total of ten floor levels above grade, three subgrade floors and a penthouse floor. The structure is framed in concrete encased steel columns and beams, with exterior walls constructed of cubic limestone with brick and terra cotta backup.
The hierarchal layout of the building is reflected in its exterior design. The original building is massed into two volumes; the first, which includes the sub-basement parking area and track-level mail loading/unloading area, as well as the post office and office space areas on the first through fourth floors, conforms roughly to the configuration of the site and tapers to a rectangular shape alongside the railroad tracks to the east. The second volume contains the fifth through penthouse floors. It is set back somewhat, to resemble the shape of the letter "E", in plan from the fifth to the tenth floor, and is articulated by massive pilasters and recessed windows with verde antiqua spandrel panels. The court rooms, jury rooms, judge chambers, clerk rooms, and U.S. Attorney offices are all on these floors. The penthouse floor is slightly set back from the facade, and is punctuated with small double-hung windows that also align with the rhythm of the bays.
Marilyn Lange (born January 12, 1952 in Westfield, New Jersey, USA) is a large breasted American nude model chosen by Playboy magazine as the Playmate of the Month for May 1974, and later, the 1975 Playmate of the Year. Her original pictorial was photographed by Dwight Hooker. PerformancesPlayboy Playmate: May 1974
New Statesman, May 10, 1974; November 15, 1975; December 20, 1999, Martin Amis, review of High-Rise, p. 126; September 11, 2000, John Gray, review of Super-Cannes, p. 53; November 19, 2001, Sebastian Shakespeare, review of The Complete Short Stories, p. 55; September 8, 2003, John Gray, review of Millennium People, p. 50.
New York Times Book Review, September 23, 1973; December 1, 1974; December 9, 1979; November 11, 1984, John Calvin Batchelor, "A Boy Saved by the Bomb," p. 11; May 15, 1988; October 16, 1988, Gregory Benford, "Buicks and Madmen," p. 22; December 17, 1989; November 10, 1991, David R. Slavitt, "The Monster He Became," p. 22; November 5, 1995, p. 26; May 26, 1996, p. 14; July 12, 1998, A. O. Scott, "Pinter on the Beach," p. 16; March 7, 1999, review of War Fever and The Day of Creation, p. 28; November 25, 2001, Geoff Nicholson, review of Super-Cannes, p. 29.
The second category of public figures is called"limited-purpose" public figures. These are individuals who "havethrust themselves to the forefront of particular controversies in orderto influence the resolution of the issues involved." Gertz v. Robert Welch Inc.,418 U.S. 323 (U.S. 1974). They are the individuals who deliberatelyshape debate on particular public issues, especially those who use themedia to influence that debate. 041b061a72