He died in 1972. Survivors include: a son, Charles Leroy, Hill City; three daughters, Diana Hackler, Coffeyville, Nola Faye Stout, Larned, and Lola Mae Kjellberg, Belpre; mother, Coffeyville; a sister, Elizabeth King, Lenapah, Okla.; 13 grandchildren; and 18 great grandchildren. Today in the Longton Cemetery, Longton.
This went on. Maharishi Yogi, TM, Buddhism, Sufism, I Ching, Zen, Macrobiotics and Meditation. Reading, reading, reading: philosophy, philosophy, philosophy. The Southwestern Eggrolls she had ordered were listed as a starter course, but the enormous platter in front of her had been heaped with food. The dish was described on the menu as “smoked chicken, black beans, corn, jalapeo Jack cheese, red peppers, and spinach wrapped inside a crispy flour tortilla,” and it was served with a creamy avocado ranch dipping sauce. Despite its name, the dish looked more like a burrito than an egg roll, an only in America fusion approach..
LONDON Compaq Computer and IBM last week introduced lines of home PCs with built in telephone answering machines, fax modems and CD ROM drives. Compaq’s Presario line, which also has TV reception capabilities, is backed by a print campaign from Bates Europe. IBM is rolling out a competing multimedia PC, Aptiva, with a print campaign by Ogilvy Mather, the agency’s first IBM work since it won the worldwide account in May.
As for how the flip flop got its American name? The term flip flops, as applied to what was then primarily beach wear, found its way into the general American vernacular in the 70s, that ultimate cool decade when music was loud, funky and irreverent; clothes were breaking all the rules; and hair was long and bouncy or big and bold. Why wouldn’t it? It so accurately describes the unmistakable “flap, flap, flap” sound the shoes make when the wearer walks. Besides, some words are just fun to say and flip flops is one (or is it two?) of them!.
This is such poor thinking. Companies like American Property Management are terrible to deal with have zero flexibility. Late on your rent? Fuck you, $50 late fee. April 10: It not a party until the celebrities show up. InStyle recounts how Gwyneth Paltrow son, Moses, recently celebrated his 11th birthday by being given set of cool new fidget spinners before spending a sun filled day at Legoland in California with friends and his proud mama. 20: As school districts around the country ban these focus tools for being too, yes, distracting, a New York schoolteacher named Cristina Bolusi Zawacki takes to Working Mother to denounce fidget spinners: stop with the flowery euphemisms.