Night Shift is the first collection of short stories by Stephen King, first published in 1978. In 1980, Night Shift received the Balrog Award for Best Collection, in 1979 it was nominated as best collection for the Locus Award and the World Fantasy Award. Many of King's most famous short stories were included in this collection; the book was King's fifth published book. Nine of the twenty short stories in the book had first appeared in various issues of Cavalier Magazine from 1970–1975; the stories "Jerusalem's Lot", "Quitters Inc.", "The Last Rung on the Ladder", "The Woman in the Room" appeared for the first time in this collection. Night Shift is the first book; the introduction was written by one of John D. MacDonald. With the publication of Night Shift and the rise in King's popularity as a best-selling author with the success of Brian De Palma's motion picture adaptation of Carrie, student film and theatre makers began to submit requests to King to make adaptations of the stories that appeared in the collection.
King formed a policy he deemed the Dollar Deal, which allowed the students the permission to make an adaptation for the consideration of just $1. In the 1980s, entrepreneurial film producer Milton Subotsky purchased the rights to six of the stories in this collection with the intention to produce feature films and a television anthology based on multiple stories. Although Subotsky was involved with several King adaptations the television series never came to fruition due to conflicts with the networks' Standards and Practices; the following is a list of film, television or theatre adaptations made from the stories collected in Night Shift: Children of the Corn Hal Roach Studios, Inc. directed by Fritz Kiersch Cat's Eye Dino De Laurentiis Productions/MGM/UA directed by Lewis Teague Maximum Overdrive De Laurentiis Entertainment Group directed by Stephen King Graveyard Shift Paramount Pictures directed by Ralph S. Singleton The Lawnmower Man New Line Cinema directed by Brett Leonard The Mangler New Line Cinema directed by Tobe Hooper Sometimes They Come Back Vidmark Entertainment directed by Tom McLoughlin attempted to be adapted into Cat's Eye.
Trucks USA Pictures directed by Chris Thomson Battleground Turner Network Television mini-series Nightmares & Dreamscapes Children of the Corn a Syfy production The Boogeyman directed by Jeff Schiro Disciples of the Crow directed by John Woodward The Woman in the Room directed by Frank Darabont The Last Rung on the Ladder directed by James Cole and Daniel Thron The Lawnmower Man directed by Jim Gonis Night Surf directed by Peter Sullivan Strawberry Spring directed by Doveed Linder I Know What You Need directed by Shawn S. Lealos La Femme dans la chambre directed by Damien Maric The Boogeyman by Graham Rees Stephen King short fiction bibliography Dollar Baby
For another Louisiana state representative, see Benjamin Milam Teekell. Lloyd George Teekell was a Democratic politician from Alexandria, who served in the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1953 to 1960. Thereafter from 1979 to 1990, he was a judge of the Louisiana 9th Judicial District Court. Teekell was born in rural Elmer in Rapides Parish. Reared in Glenmora in south Rapides Parish, Teekell graduated in 1948 from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. At LSU, he was listed in Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities and was the vice-president of the student body and president of the student senate. In 1951, Teekell obtained his law degree from the Louisiana State University Law Center. Teekell's law school classmates included other Alexandria political figures U. S. Representative Gillis William Long, Judge Guy E. Humphries, Jr. District Attorney Edwin O. Ware, III, assistant DA and Ware's law partner, Gus Voltz, Jr.. In the class were state Representatives George B.
Holstead of Ruston and Risley C. Triche of Napoleonville. Two years out of law school, Teekell won a special election in 1953 to fill the seat vacated by the death in November 1952 of freshman Representative James R. Eubank of Alexandria, he remained in the House for seven years under Governors Robert F. Kennon and Earl Kemp LongIn 1975, Teekell attempted to return to the House in single-member District 26. Teekell faced a young Democratic attorney Republican convert, Jock Scott, in the first nonpartisan blanket primary held in Louisiana. A son of United States District Judge Nauman Scott, Jock Scott polled 3,908 votes to Teekell's 3,233 ballots. On May 3, 1978, Teekell was named president of the Alexandria Bar Association; the next year he joined the district court and served for eleven years until his retirement in 1990. Teekell operated a ranch near Boyce in north Rapides Parish, he and his wife, the former Norma Ruth "Susie" Warren, had three children, Jesse Warren Teekell of Alexandria, Lisa Teekell-Truett of Plano and Michele Teekell Barnett of Baton Rouge.
Lloyd and Norma Teekell are interred at Greenwood Memorial Park in Pineville
Philip Alexander Watt ) is an English footballer who plays for Frickley Athletic. Watt joined Lincoln in 2004 having trained as a youth player with Rotherham United, he moved to Grantham Town on loan in early 2006, before being promoted to the first team squad in July 2006. He soon moved on loan again to Grantham for a month. In May 2007, he was one of seven players offered a new contract by manager John Schofield, being offered a new one-year deal, he made his debut for the club in their opening Football League Two game of the 2007-2008 season, a 4-0 home defeat to Shrewsbury Town on 11 August 2007. He appeared in an FA Cup match against Nottingham Forest in the season. Having been transfer listed by the club's new manager Peter Jackson on 14 January 2008, he departed the club on 25 February 2008 after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent. After Leaving Lincoln City he signed for Corby Town on 26 February 2008, he joined Grantham Town on an initial month's loan in November 2010, the loan being extended to a second month.
In January 2011, Corby Town agreed to release Watt to enable him to join Grantham Town on a permanent basis. In January 2013 he joined Boston United, reuniting him with his one-time Corby Town manager Graham Drury, he made his debut in the club's 2-1 Conference North home defeat to Harrogate Town on 8 January 2013. He made 14 appearances for Boston before leaving at the end of the season. In July 2013, Watt signed for Coalville Town, he made 12 appearances for Coalville scoring 3 goals. On 7 October 2013, Watt signed for Belper Town. In July 2017 Watt signed for Lincoln United. In May 2018 Watt signed for Northern Premier League side Frickley Athletic. Phil Watt Profile at The Forgotten Imp
Joey Hanssen is a Dutch racing driver. He races in the CIK Stars of Karting Series in the KZ2 class. Joey started kart racing competitively in 1997, he raced under the NAB-NFK sanctioning body, which organized the official Dutch karting championships. He won his first title in 2003 in the Junior ICA class. In the Dutch championship Junior ICA, Joey finished second. At 15 years old he stepped over to the shifter karts; until 2008 Joey had raced in the Netherlands. In 2008 Joey would compete in the DSKM in Germany, he competed in the WSK International Series and the European championship KZ2. This resulted in a tenth place in the DSKM, a twelfth place in the WSK International Series and a sixth place at the European championship. In 2007 Joey made; the Formula Gloria was an amateur spec racing class, it is based on the Formula Azzurra. Joey won the second race. Joey went on to win six out of nine races and securing the championship; as a reward for winning the championship Joey competed in two races of the Formula Azzurra championship at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
Joey finished seventh in the second race. Joey made his touring car racing debut in 2007, in the BRL Light; the first race for Joey was at the TT Circuit Assen halfway through the season. The BRL Light held two support races during 2007 Bavaria Champ Car Grand Prix weekend. Joey won the second race for a crowd of 61,200 fans. For 2008 Joey failed to secure a full-time race seat. Instead he focused on karting, he raced one race weekend in the Dutch Formula Ford 1800 winning both races. Joey focused on 2009 for which he secured a full-time race seat in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, his seat was funded by lifelong sponsor Primechamp, one of the largest producers of mushrooms in the Netherlands. In 2009 Joey raced a Dodge Avenger for DJK Racing, he made his oval debut at Autodrome St. Eustache where he finished fifteenth and was the last car running, he achieved his best result at Barrie Speedway he started the race nineteenth but finished in eighth position. Whole season long fellow rookie Dexter Stacey was his main rival fighting for top rookie honors.
By finishing way in front of Stacey in the final round at Kawartha Speedway, Joey Hanssen secured the rookie title. Joey Hanssen finished thirteenth in the final standings just in front of Dexter Stacey, fourteenth. After failing to secure an autoracing seat for 2010, Joey returned to kartracing halfway through the season, he drove in the KZ2 class in a Lenzo Kart. The following year, Hanssen was signed by the Lenzo Kart factory team Luxor Racing Team, his biggest achievement was to win the CIK-FIA World Cup for KZ2. In 2012 Joey returned to the DSKM championship securing a fourth place in the championship. Driving for Lenzo Kart Australia Joey moved to Australia to race in the CIK Stars of Karting Series in the KZ2 class. Joey Hanssen driver statistics at Racing-Reference Career statistics at DriverDB.com Joey Hanssen's profile at NASCAR Hometracks
Edward N. Peterson was an American historian and professor at the University of Wisconsin–River Falls from 1954 until his death in 2005, he earned his Ph. D. in history from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1953. His specialty was German history the World War II period and the German Democratic Republic, a field in which he wrote a number of books. Edward N. Peterson was born on August 27, 1925, in St. Joseph, the son of Roscoe D. Peterson and Rachel B. Peterson, he received his PhD degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1953. After one year at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky, he joined the faculty of Wisconsin State College, which became the University of Wisconsin–River Falls. Starting there in 1954, he taught courses in modern history until March 18, 2005—nearly 51 years. In 1963, he became Chair of the Social Science Department and chair of the History Department until 1991, he was active in the German Studies Association, was president and secretary of the Upper Midwest History Conference.
He received research grants from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for 1963–64, 1966, 1985. He supported wife Ursula's writings and publications on the History of River Falls and Pierce County, as well as her research into family history. Drafted into the U. S. Army on March 28, 1944, he served in the Anti-tank Platoon, 1st Battalion, 274th Infantry Regiment, of the 70th Infantry Division, was sent to Europe on December 1, 1944. He was at the Front on the Rhine River by Christmas 1944, part of the 7th and the 3rd Armies. Peterson, Edward N. Hjalmar Schacht and Against Hitler Boston: Christopher Publishing House, doi:10.1177/000271625429600185 Peterson, Edward N. The Limits of Hitler's Power Princeton, N. J. Princeton University Press, 1969, ISBN 0-691-05175-5, ISBN 978-0-691-05175-8 Peterson, Edward N; the American Occupation of Germany: Retreat to Victory Wayne State University Press. Peterson, Edward N; the Many Faces of Defeat, the German People's Experience in 1945 Peter Lang Publishing, ISBN 978-0-8204-1351-8 / US-ISBN 978-0-8204-1351-8 Peterson, Edward N.
An Analytical History of World War II, Volume 1 | Volume 2 Peter Lang Publishing, ISBN 978-0-8204-2395-1 & ISBN 978-0-8204-2396-8 Peterson, Edward N. Russian Command, German Resistance Peter Lang Publishing, ISBN 978-0-8204-3948-8 Peterson, Edward N; the Secret Police and the Revolution: The Fall of the German Democratic Republic Praeger Publishers, ISBN 978-0-275-97328-5 Peterson, Edward N. The Limits of Secret Police Power: The Magdeburger Stasi, 1953-1989 Peter Lang Publishing, ISBN 978-0-8204-7050-4 Peterson, Edward N; the Limits of Secret Police Power: The Magdeburger Stasi, 1953-1989 Peter Lang Publishing. Clips from speech given at December 18, 2004, graduation at the University of Wisconsin–River Falls Clip #1 | Clip #2 | Clip #3 | Text of Commencement AddressIn the newspaper Prince of Serendip | Teaching Award | Funeral | Obituary
Project Vote is a national nonpartisan, nonprofit 501 organization that worked to mobilize marginalized and under-represented voters until it ceased operations on May 31, 2017. Project Vote's efforts to engage low income and minority voters in the civic process included voting rights litigation and the provision of training, management and technical services, its last executive director was Michael Slater, who had worked for Project Vote since 2004. In May 2017, the staff announced that Project Vote would suspend operations indefinitely due to difficulties maintaining funding. A national organization known as Project VOTE! a project of Americans for Civic Participation, was active between 1982 and 1993, after reorganizing formed the foundation of Project Vote. Project VOTE! is best remembered for a successful Chicago voter registration drive run by Barack Obama in 1992. Project Vote in its present form was incorporated in 1994 as Voting for America, Inc. and in 1997 it began registering as Project Vote/Voting for America.
In 2010, the organization dropped Voting for America from its registered name. Between 1994 and 2008, Project Vote coordinated voter registration campaigns with local chapters of ACORN, Project Vote's board members had membership in ACORN before the summer of 2008. Project Vote has worked with organizations such as Demos, National Voting Rights Institute, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, the Fair Elections Legal Network regarding election administration policy and voting rights, including enforcement of the National Voter Registration Act through research and technical assistance. In February 2012, Voting for America/Project Vote filed a federal lawsuit suit on behalf of organizations dedicated to registering citizens to vote challenging Texas' burdensome restrictions on voter registration drives. Official Project Vote website