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The JFK Assassination - A Report with a different set of conclusions on a very familiar subject.
The author was stationed at Bethesda Naval Hospital on November 22, 1963. The author Peter Holiday will comment on his experiences at the hospital on the fateful day.
We will discuss his report on the assassination which is based upon his studies of terminal ballistics and anatomical forensics. He is degreed in Medical Laboratory Science and is a former U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman who served at Bethesda and with the U.S. Marines in Vietnam.
Visit http://www.homedefenseschool.com/ for a free copy of Peter Holiday's report.
A Shirley Jackson novel that was produced on film in a particularly frightening manner. Watch the trailer of a movie that was released the year I was born, yet still gives me the heebee jeebees with its well thought out direction and affects, minus the over utilized CGI affects of current horror films. Here the trailer: The Haunting (1963)
join us for a spooky look at haunted houses, ghosts, tricks of the eyes, ears, and senses (even when they are extrasensory. Things that bump in the night aren't always just a sound. It's a classic thriller to end the month of May!
Episode 1963 - Having a Sound Mind - Pastor Frank Marzullo
Every year since 1963, the President of the United States has issued a proclamation announcing National Small Business Week, which recognizes the critical contributions of America's entrepreneurs and small business owners. More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year.
LIfe Lessons kicks off National Small Business Week with Jim Salmon, the head of Business Lending at Navy Federal Credit Union. Salmon shres how to start and grow a business, and he'll share information about programs designed to help military veterans run a successful business. A military veteran himself, Salmon will also discuss why it's good business to support veteran-owned and operated businesses and how veterans have many of the skills necessary to run a successful business.
We hear a lot about helping our brave veterans, but the sad fact is that despite an improving economy, many have difficulty finding employment after leaving the military. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), young male veterans, ages 18 to 24, who served during the Gulf War II era, including those who have served at any time since September 2001, had an unemployment rate of 21.9%(more than double the national average).
Paul Carafotes was born on March 23, 1963 in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA. He is an actor, known for Fight Club (1999), All the Right Moves (1983) and Choices (1981). As a producer, he created the movie short, "Club Soda" with James Gandolfini, Louis Gossett Jr., Joe Mantegna, etc. He is a writer, producer, director and now author a children's book series, "Charlie Bubbles" based on the true life experiences of his own son.
He also wrote, produced, directed and acted in a movie short, "The Wolves of Savin Hill." Join us for an exciting show.
Carin J. Cornish is an attorney. She specializes in Special Education Law -- not the most lucrative specialty in law practice, but one which she find extremely rewarding in other ways. All children have their own ways of learning, not all of which fit neatly into mainstream classrooms. Cari is committed to helping to create the right nurturing environment for every special child. She works through the Children's Law Center of Massachusetts.
Cari talks with Joyce about the path that has led her to this specialty, and to her work with the New England Regional Genetics Group (NERGG).
Sanfilippo syndrome was first described in 1963 by Dr. Sylvester Sanfilippo and is considered rare, with an occurrence of 1 in every 70,000 births. It is an autosomal recessive hereditary disorder, which means, both parents must be carriers in order for the child to be affected. There is a one in four chance of having a child born with Sanfilippo syndrome. There is a two in three chance that unaffected children will be carriers.
1 Corinthians 15:10 "But by the grace of God I am what I am: and his grace which was bestowed upon me was not in vain; but I labored more abundantly than they all: yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me."
Augusto was born in Cuba and lived there for 12 years. He came to the U.S. in 1963 with his family where he has lived ever since. From childhood Augusto felt that God had an important work for him to do when he grew up. At the age of 30, one night as he was lying on his bed sleeping, he heard someone call out his name softly. As he got dressed and went to the door, he opened it only to find no one outside. That night Revelation 3:20 became a reality to him. A few weeks later, God showed him through a dream the new birth experience (A Visit To Heaven). Several months later after receiving a Bible study, Augusto wholeheartedly gave his life to Jesus, was baptized, filled with the Holy Spirit and miraculously transformed and set free from sin and bondage by the power of the Holy Spirit. He was married to his present day wife a few months later and the LORD called him to preach the gospel that same year (Smile Jesus Loves You).
THE CALL TO BE A PASTOR/TEACHER
Right after Augusto received his divine call from heaven to preach the gospel, a missionary from Colombia asked him to preach his first message in a small Spanish congregation in Miami, Florida. The LORD confirmed his calling that day as he preached the gospel and people were saved and touched by God. He has not stopped preaching ever since.
James Renwick Manship, Constitutionalist and Historian will be the guest. Mr. Manship's love for our Country has driven him to engage at events Dressed as President George Washington. He truly is a George Washington. He will provide an insight as to lack of intergrity from within our Government and a possible way of returning it to the People.
“Beyond GW” Biography of James Renwick Manship, Sr.
The publisher of The Atlanta Constitution , a Pulitzer Prize
recipient, in A.D. 1963, met 10 year old Jamey Manship
in the Fellowship Hall after services at the Cathedral of
Saint Phillip when the boy asked him about one of his
“articles” in the paper the previous week. McGill told
Manship to “read this Constitution”, meaning our national
Constitution, not his newspaper. Jamey did so, and ever
since has been an advocate, protector and defender of
“this Constitution for the United States of America”
Navy Midshipman Manship was Pre-Law Economics at
Auburn, and served as the Director of Legal Aid and
Ombudsman for the Student Government, where he also
wrote a Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.
In November A.D. 2010, the Religion Reporter for
The New York Times writing about the Tea Party Victory in
those elections described the one page “Seed of Truth”
as a “Concordance to the Preamble” with its 40 footnotes
to the Preamble that cite over 100 Bible references.
On New Year’s Day, in the Year of Our Lord Jesus 2011,
Manship was guided by God to learn of the FOURTH
BRANCH of our Goverment, the Citizens Grand Jury.
?Three weeks later, Manship filed his first Petition for Grand
Jury and a corrupt Virginia judge “retired early” the same
Stronger Together with Valarie Miller and Rev. Ray: ACHIEVEMENTS THROUGH FRIENDSHIPS
Baker lettered two years in football at NSU and was an All-CIAA performer in 1963 ... Was selected in the 19th round of the 1964 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers, making him the first NSU and CIAA player to be drafted by an NFL team ... Baker was also the first NSU athlete to ever play professionally, with stints with the Montreal Alouettes on the Canadian Football League from 1964-69, with the New York Giants of the NFL from 1970-71, and then for multiple teams in the World Football League thereafter ... Was a 2004 inductee into the NSUAF Sports Hall of Fame.
Morris’ contribution: 127 points. His total shot attempts are lost to history, but Morris made 57 field goals, a bucket about every 30 seconds. He was 13 for 21 from the foul line, shooting underhanded “granny-style,” as required by coach Smith. Morris’ point total still stands as the second-highest nationwide for a high school player. The record, set a year earlier in 1960, is 135. Morris is one of 15 high school boys to score more than 100 in a game, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations. His 57 field goals that night are a national record.Morris holds another record from that night for which he’s not recognized: highest point total in a Virginia high school basketball game.
The Abounding Grace Show with Minister Van? – Tuesdays @ 7:00 pm; "Declaring The Finished Work with Rev. Pat" - Thursdays @ 12:00 Noon; "Friday Night Joy with Rev. Ray and Friends" - Fridays @ 7:00 pm; "Stronger Together with Valerie Miller and Rev. Ray " - Sundays @ 7:00 pm;
The Legendary Ken Boothe, O.D Boothe began his recording career with Winston 'Stranger' Cole in the duo Stranger And Ken, releasing titles including 'World's Fair', 'Hush', 'Artibella' and 'All Your Friends' during 1963-65. Thereafter he released a series of hits on Clement Dodd's Studio One Label. When the rocksteady rhythm began to evolve during 1966 Boothe recorded 'Feel Good'. In 1968 at the age of 17, Ken Boothe released his first album "Mr. Rock Steady", which included numerous hits such as "The Girl I Left Behind", "When I Fall In Love", "I Don't Want to See You Cry", "Home, Home, Home", and the title many regard as one of Boothe's best exponents of song, "Puppet On A String". He recorded the local hit 'Say You" and "Lady With the Starlight". in 1968. In 1971, he inspired the world with his hit song "Freedom Street" on Leslie Kong's Beverley's label. This classic was co-written with BB Seaton, whom Ken had worked with from their Studio One days
Derrick Harriott (born Derrick Clinton Harriott, 6 February 1939, Jamaica) is a singer and record producer. He has produced recordings by Big Youth, Chariot Riders, The Chosen Few, Dennis Brown, The Ethiopians, Harriott embarked on a solo career and later formed his own record label, Crystal. His first solo release, "I Care", was a hit, with further hits following with "What Can I Do" (1964), "The Jerk" (1965) and "I'm Only Human" (1965), all of which were included on his debut album, The Best of Derrick Harriott. In 1967 he had further solo hits with "The Loser" and "Solomon", as well as with productions of other artists, including The Ethiopians' "No Baptism", and Keith And Tex's "Tonight" and "Stop That Train
Radio Clinic Garage Theatre: Tonight's shtick: Continuing a review of the 1964 Black-and-White movie," The Train," starring Burt Lancaster. Did George Clooney ripe off the '64 version in the 2014 movie "Monuments Men"? In consideration of the current situation of the ISIS people destroying history in Syria and Iraq, a review of these two movies seems timely. Both movies involve the theft and destruction of art by the Nazis during World War II.
May start a review of the 1963 movie, "The Great Escape."
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