Anastasio "Tacho" Somoza García was the 21st President of Nicaragua from 1 January 1937 to 1 May 1947 and from 21 May 1950 to 29 September 1956, but ruled as dictator from 1936 until his assassination. Anastasio Somoza started a dynasty; the son of a wealthy coffee planter, Somoza was educated in the United States. After his return to Nicaragua, he helped oust President Adolfo Díaz, he became the foreign secretary and took the title of "General". With the help of the US Marine Corps, which occupied Nicaragua at the time, Somoza became the head of the National Guard; this gave him the power base to remove his wife's uncle, Juan Bautista Sacasa, from the presidency, make himself president in 1937. In 1947, an ally nominally succeeded him. A month after his successor had been inaugurated, Somoza used the military to carry out a coup; the president was declared ` incapacitated' by Somoza served in his stead. Returning to power in his own name in 1951, he maintained an iron grip on his own Liberal Party while making a deal with the Conservatives.
This left him free to amass a huge personal fortune. On 21 September 1956, he was shot by poet Rigoberto López Pérez. Mortally wounded, he was flown to the Panama Canal Zone, his eldest son Luis Somoza Debayle, Speaker of the House at the time of Somoza Garcia's death, took over and was elected in his own right in 1957 to serve until 1963, to be succeeded by Dr. Rene Schick who served until his death in 1966, his term was completed by Lorenzo Guerrero. In 1967 his younger brother Anastasio Somoza Debayle was elected to serve until 1972, he was reelected in 1974 after a Constituent Assembly that lasted from 1972 to 1974. During that time the country was ruled by a coalition junta of Liberals. Somoza Debayle was forced to resign in 1979 and was assassinated in exile in Paraguay the following year. Somoza was born in San Marcos, Carazo Department in Nicaragua, the son of Anastasio Somoza Reyes, a wealthy coffee planter, Julia García, a grandson of Anastasio Somoza Martínez and Isabel Reyes; as a teenager, he was sent to live with relatives in Philadelphia, where he attended the Peirce School of Business Administration.
While living in Philadelphia, he met his future wife, Salvadora Debayle Sacasa, a member of one of Nicaragua's wealthiest families, daughter of Dr. Luis Henri Debayle Pallais and wife Casimira Sacasa Sacasa, daughter of Roberto Sacasa Sarria, 44th and 46th President of Nicaragua, wife and cousin Ángela Sacasa Cuadra. After returning to Nicaragua, he was unsuccessful as a businessman, he married Salvadora in 1919. They had two sons, Luis Somoza Debayle and Anastasio Somoza Debayle, a daughter, Lillian Somoza Debayle de Sevilla Sacasa. In 1926, Somoza joined the Liberal rebellion in support of the presidential claims of Juan Bautista Sacasa, his wife's uncle. Somoza failed to distinguish himself in battle, leading an unsuccessful attack on the garrison at San Marcos. However, as a result of being educated in the United States, he spoke excellent English and acted as an interpreter during the U. S.-brokered negotiations between the warring parties. In the government of President José María Moncada, to whom he was distantly related, he served as governor of the department of León, Nicaraguan Consul to Costa Rica, Foreign Minister.
Despite his limited military experience, Somoza was able to rise through the ranks of the Nicaraguan National Guard, the constabulary force organized by the United States Marines. After waging a bitter, six-year struggle with the forces of General Augusto Sandino, in January 1933, the Marines evacuated the country following the election of Juan Bautista Sacasa as President. At the urging of the U. S. Ambassador Matthew E. Hanna, Somoza García was appointed as director of the National Guard. During peace talks, Somoza ordered the assassination of General Sandino on 21 February 1934 in violation of a safe-conduct agreement. Sandino's assassination was followed by the murder of former Sandino supporters by the National Guard. In June 1936, Somoza forced Sacasa to resign. A series of puppets ruled for the remainder of the year, and, in December, Somoza was elected president by a margin of 107,201 votes to 100—an implausibly high margin that could have been obtained only through massive fraud, he took office on New Year's Day 1937.
Somoza, popularly known as "Tacho," amended the Constitution to centralize all power in his hands. Family members and key supporters monopolized key positions in the military. During World War II, the government confiscated the properties of Nicaragua's small, but economically influential German community and sold them to Somoza and his family at vastly lowered prices. By 1944, Somoza was the largest landowner in Nicaragua, owning fifty-one cattle ranches and forty-six coffee plantations, as well as several sugar mills and rum distilleries. Somoza named himself director of the Pacific Railroad, linking Managua to the nation's principal port, which moved his merchandise and crops for free and maintained his vehicles and agricultural equipment, he made substantial profits by granting concessions to foreign companies to exploit gold and timber, for which he received'executive levies' and'presidential commissions.' He passed laws restricting imports and organized contraband operations, which sold merchandise through his own stores.
Just Go is the second single released by Japanese DJ and music producer JHETT a.k.a YAKKO for AQUARIUS, featured singer-songwriter Koda Kumi. The single was released on March 9, 2005 and only available as a CD. JHETT was part of the underground hip-hop unit AQUARIUS. Just Go feat. Koda Kumi is the second single released by Japanese DJ and music producer JHETT a.k.a YAKKO for AQUARIUS on March 9, 2005, featured singer-songwriter Koda Kumi. The single was only released as a CD, which contained four songs, including a remix of the title track, along with its instrumental. JHETT had worked predominately in the underground hip hop scene with the group AQUARIUS. While having only released two singles, Just Go and the previous single Get Ready -Nite 2 Remember-, JHETT would go on to release three albums under the Avex label: JHETT, My Hood Iz... and Jhett Black Edition, all of which were released throughout 2005. The single contained two coupling tracks, it held the COLDFEET remix of "Just Go" and the song "Leave It To Fate ~ubiquitous~", which featured sample vocals from American funk and soul artist Roy Ayers.
Along with the two b-sides, the single held the instrumental for the title track."Just Go" would be placed on the first disc of the album JHETT. The COLDFEET remix and the music video would be placed on the album Jhett Black Edition. In 2010, Koda Kumi would release the song on her fourth compilation album, Out Works & Collaboration Best as track No. 6. "Just Go" was composed by both JHETT and Lori Fine. The lyrical portion, was a collaborative effort between Fine and the featured artist, Koda Kumi; the song would be placed on JHETT's self-titled album. JHETT and Fine composed the coupling track "Leave It To Fate ~ubiquitous~", while sampling vocals from funk and soul artist Roy Ayers; the remix of "Just Go" was performed by COLDFEET, mixed by Yoshiaki Onishi. The remix would be placed on JHETT Black Edition. "Leave It To Fate" would receive a remix on the album. The version would replace the vocals with Lori Fine's. Credits are adapted from single's Liner Notes MusiciansKoda Kumi – vocals, lyricist Lori Fine – background vocal arrangement, keyboards JHETT – arranger, composer D.
O. I – mixer, programmer Roy Ayers – vibraphone Watusi – bass, instrumental MATSUMONICA – chromatic harmonica Yoshiaki Onishi – mixer Mitsuyasu Kaneko at GAILLO PORTA – recorder Tomohiro Murata at Daimonion Recordings – recorder Tim Donovan at Jammin' Downtown Studio – recorder ProductionJHETT – executive producer, programmer KRIMINAL DESIGN – art direction, design JFKK for H. Y. D. P. – photographer JHETT / a.k.a YAKKO for AQUARIUS Koda Kumi Official
Giovanni Tommaso Rovetta, O. P. was a Roman Catholic prelate. Giovanni Tommaso Rovetta was born in Brixien on 8 September 1632 and ordained a priest in the Order of Preachers on 18 December 1655. On 8 June 1693, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent XII as Bishop of Hvar. On 14 June 1693, he was consecrated bishop by Marcantonio Barbarigo, Bishop of Corneto e Montefiascone, with Ercole Domenico Monanni, Bishop of Terracina, Priverno e Sezze, Giovanni Battista Visconti Aicardi, Bishop of Novara, serving as co-consecrators, he served as Bishop of Hvar until his resignation on 1 April 1704. He died on 14 April 1719. While bishop, he was the principal co-consecrator of Francesco Martinengo, Auxiliary Bishop of Brescia. Cheney, David M. "Diocese of Hvar". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. Retrieved June 16, 2018. Chow, Gabriel. "Diocese of Hvar–Brač–Vis". GCatholic.org. Retrieved June 16, 2018