The Ozark – St. Francis National Forest is a United States National Forest, located in the state of Arkansas, it is composed of Ozark National Forest in the Ozark Mountains. Each forest has distinct biological and geological differences. Together, the two forests are home to 23 developed campgrounds, include nine swimming areas, 395 miles of hiking trails, 370 miles of streams for fishing; the majority of the trails in what are now the Ozark National Forest and St. Francis National Forest were constructed under the Works Progress Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps; the Forest contains 11,000 acres of old-growth forests. The old-growth forests occur in the southern portion of the Forest on ridges and steep south-facing slopes and are dominated by Shortleaf Pine and various oaks, including Post Oak, Blackjack Oak, Eastern Black Oak, White Oak, Northern Red Oak; the Forest is home to six different endangered species. Several National Scenic Byways cross the Ozark–St. Francis National Forest, including the Scenic 7 Byway which runs from Missouri to Louisiana, 60 miles of which are within the Ozark National Forest.
Scenic 7 Byway offers the greatest variety of Ozark topography and scenic vistas. The Ozark Highlands Byway provides access to the Mulberry River, Big Piney Creek, Buffalo National River for fisherman and canoeists; the Mount Magazine Byway offers scenic overlooks of the Arkansas River Valley, the Sylamore Scenic Byway offers a scenic drive to the Blanchard Springs Caverns. Forest headquarters are located in Arkansas; the Ozark National Forest encompasses 1,200,000 acres in the scenic Ozark Mountains in northern Arkansas. The forest contains the tallest mountain in Arkansas, Mount Magazine, Blanchard Springs Caverns; the southern section of the forest lies along the Arkansas River Valley south to the Ouachita Mountains. The forest was created in 1908 by proclamation of President Theodore Roosevelt; the forest is home to over 500 species of trees and woody plants. Hardwoods, predominantly oak and hickory, comprise the majority of the forest; the forest contains several Wildlife Management Areas. The Ozark Highlands Trail and maintained by over 3,000 volunteers, is the longest hiking trail in the forest and extends for 165 miles from the Buffalo National River to Lake Fort Smith State Park in the far western portion of the state.
The forest contains several multi-use trails including the Pedestal Rock Trail and the Alum Cove Natural Bridge Trail and a few wheelchair-accessible trails. In addition to the hiking trails, the forest provides trails designated for horseback riding, mountain biking, all-terrain vehicles; the longest horse trail is the Sylamore Trail with a length of 80 miles. This trail passes over rocky bluffs, into deep hollows, across mountain streams; the Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail has a stop at the Sorghum Hollow Horse Camp, built and maintained by local horsemen. Ozark National Forest is located in parts of 16 counties. In descending order of forestland they are Newton, Johnson, Crawford, Baxter, Madison, Van Buren, Washington, Benton and Marion counties. There are local ranger district offices located in Clarksville, Jasper, Mountain View and Paris. There are five designated wilderness areas lying within Ozark National Forest that are part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. East Fork Wilderness Hurricane Creek Wilderness Leatherwood Wilderness Richland Creek Wilderness Upper Buffalo Wilderness The St. Francis National Forest was established on November 8, 1960 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
It covers 22,600 acres in eastern Arkansas along the Mississippi River, in Lee and Phillips counties, is one of the smallest national forests in the United States. There are local ranger district offices located in Marianna; the majority of the Forest is situated on Crowley's Ridge, but it extends into the low, flat lands along the Mississippi and St. Francis Rivers. St. Francis National Forest is the only place in the National Forest System where the public can enjoy the Mississippi River from the shoreline. While lacking the broad range of recreational activity available in other national forests, St. Francis National Forest is known for its fishing; the two largest lakes, Bear Creek Reservoir and Storm Creek Lake, enjoy large populations of Largemouth bass, Crappie and Channel catfish. Ouachita National Forest Ozark Mountain forests Sam's Throne Tom's Mill Fire An Illustrated History of the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests, 1908-1978 Wildernet: Ozark-St. Francis National Forest The National Forest Foundation's Conservation Plan for the Ozark National Forest
The 1924 WAFL season was the 40th season of the West Australian Football League. Although East Perth and East Fremantle dominated the season until after the Carnival, each having lost only one match of the first eleven, neither was to win the premiership and the Royals’ record sequence of five consecutive premierships came to an end in the semi-final. Subiaco, who along with Perth had been in the doldrums during previous seasons developed the teamwork to match the individual talents of players like Outridge, skipper “Snowy” Hamilton and young rover Johnny Leonard – carrying all before them during the finals after a mediocre home-and-away season. Despite maintaining prominence for another decade, the Maroons were to become a perennial cellar-dweller for three decades and failed to win another premiership until 1973 – the longest premiership drought in WAFL history. Despite Gosnell being the second of their famous half-back line to win the Sandover Medal, West Perth fell to wooden spooners owing to the suspension of key forward Fred Wimbridge for most of the season.
Following controversy over his clearance from South Fremantle that caused him to sit out the 1923 season, East Perth’s “Bonny” Campbell was to break Allan Evans’ record from 1921 for the most goals scored during a WAFL season with 67. Including the Hobart Carnival, where he kicked 51 goals - including an amazing 23 goals against Queensland - Campbell kicked 118 goals for the entire year, with his 100 goal season coming five years before Gordon Coventry and six years before Ken Farmer. Official WAFL website West Australian Football League, 1924
Kim Byung-chul is a South Korean businessman and professor. He is best known for donating many relics of Gaya confederacy and Silla to the museum of Yonsei University, he was born in Suncheon in North Korea, famous for Christianity, He graduated from the Department of Political Science at Yonsei University in 1963. After completing his MBA and PDC at the Drexel University, he was a professor at Seokyeong University, he served as CEO of Korea Optical Industry Co. Ltd. and CEO of Century Optics, is the Chairman of Sunil Co. Ltd. Wooil Co. Ltd. Darim Co. Ltd. and Smarttech Co. Ltd. On May 13, 2016 he donated 1,803 Silla Relics to Yonsei University Museum. 1973 Industrial Packaging Award 1973 Minister of Commerce Award Presidential Award in 1975 1975 Minister of Defense Award 1976 Prime Minister Award 1977 Stone Tower Order of Industrial Service Merit 2016 Proud Yonsei Award Yonsei University 1983년 모범 경제인 입지 드라마 방영 김병철동문기증: 가야·신라토기, Yonsei University Museum, Pottories of Gaya and Silla by Donating Kim Byung-chul, 2016
"Wall of Shame" is a phrase, most associated with the Berlin Wall. In this context, the phrase was coined by Willy Brandt, it was used by the government of West Berlin, popularized in the English-speaking world and elsewhere from the beginning of the 1960s. Inspired by its usage in reference to the Berlin Wall, the term has been used more widely. For example, the term "Wall of Shame" can be applied to things, including physical barriers serving dishonourable or disputed separation purposes and virtual bulletin boards listing names or images for purposes of shaming, lists in print. Additionally, "Wall of Shame" may be a significant part in the building of a "Hall of Shame", more a "Wall of Shame" is a monument in its own right. More the term "Wall of Shame" has been used in reference to the Mexico–United States barrier, the Egypt–Gaza barrier and the Israeli West Bank barrier; the earliest use of the term, a translation of a Japanese phrase, may have been by Ruth Benedict, in her influential book, The Chrysanthemum and the Sword, other anthropologists discussing the honor shame culture of Japan.
The term was used by the government of West Berlin to refer to the Berlin Wall, which surrounded West Berlin and separated it from East Berlin and the GDR. In 1961, the government of East Germany named the erected wall as the "Anti-Fascist Protection Wall", a part of the inner German border; the term was coined by governing mayor Willy Brandt. Outside Germany it first appeared as "Wall of Shame" in a cover story published by TIME in 1962, President of the United States John F. Kennedy used the term in his Annual Message to the US Congress on the State of the Union, 14 January 1963. Times, graffiti would be painted on points, where a street would intersect with the wall reading, "Road blocked by Wall of Shame"; the Berlin Wall was referred to as the "Wall of Shame" in many more recent notable contexts, such as: The academic article, "The Democratic Invention", by Mário Soares, former Prime Minister and President of Portugal The "Our Europe" speech by Jacques Chirac, President of France, to the Bundestag, 27 June 2000 A speech in 2002 by Romano Prodi, Prime Minister of Italy and former President of the European Commission In 1998, UNIFEM organized a photo exhibit at the United Nations that contrasted a "wall of shame", focusing on women's plight and suffering, with a "wall of hope", showcasing initiatives to end violence against women.
An academic paper by M. Lachance talks about the Quebec "wall of shame". Peru's "Wall of Shame", a ten foot high wall outside Lima, separating San Juan de Miraflores and Surco; the 2016 separation wall around the Ain al-Hilweh camp in Lebanon, intended to separate the local Palestinian-Lebanese population from the surrounding society. The Egypt–Gaza barrier The Israeli West Bank barrier The Mexico–United States barrier In 2020 February,Ahmedabad municipality authorities started building a wall along the roads near the slum areas; the media claim it's to hide the slums from being visible to US president Donald Trump, going to visit the city on 24 February followed by a roadshow. Though authorities have denied the claim, strong criticism was there through social media against Narendra modi government dubbing it as Indian wall of shame
Tan Sri Mohtar bin Abdullah was a Malaysian lawyer. He was the Attorney General of Malaysia from 1994 to 2000 and served as a judge in the High Court and Federal Court. Mohtar's term as Attorney General was marred by the controversy surrounding the 1998 sodomy trial of former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim. Mohtar studied at the University of Singapore, he entered the judicial and legal service in 1971. He served as a judge on the High Court from 1990 to 1994 before being appointed Attorney General. After his tenure as Attorney General, he was appointed to the Federal Court in January 2002. Less than three months into his term, he suffered a stroke. After surgery to remove a blood clot in his brain, Mohtar fell into coma for a nearly year, he died on July 7, 2003 in Kuala Lumpur Hospital aged 59. Malaysia: Officer of the Order of the Defender of the Realm Malaysia: Commander of the Order of Loyalty to the Crown of Malaysia Malaysia: Commander of the Order of the Defender of the Realm
This is a list of deities from the Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. Al'Akbar is the Baklunish demigod of dignity, duty and guardianship, his symbol is a cup and eight-pointed star, images of the legendary Cup and Talisman that now bear his name. Al'Akbar is subordinate to the other Baklunish gods, remaining a mere demigod out of respect for them, his faithful oppose the sadistic elemental cults of Ull. Al'Akbar is allied with Heironeous. Al'Akbar's priests use the Cup and Talisman as metaphors for the good life, urging their flocks to be vessels of kindness and emblems of devotion. Al ` Akbar was the most exalted high priest in. After the Invoked Devastation, during that time of misery and suffering, he was given the Cup and Talisman by Al'Asran to help heal his people's ills and return them to the traditional Baklunish faith. Al'Akbar founded the city of Ekbir and, for the last decade of his mortal life, ruled the nation of Ekbir as the first of its caliphs.
He had a mosque to himself built and allowed his followers to call on his name in their prayers. Soon after, he ascended to the heavens to take his place among the gods. Al'Akbar is revered in Ekbir, the Plains of the Paynims and Zeif. “Akbar” was first mentioned in The Strategic Review #7, wherein Neal Healey described The Cup and Talisman of Akbar, associated them with worship of Allah without mention of whether “Akbar” was a person, place, or descriptor. Allitur is the Flan god of Propriety, his holy symbol is a pair of clasped hands. Allitur was first detailed for the Dungeons & Dragons game in the World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting, by Gary Gygax. Allitur is depicted as a Flan man riding a horse, who never tires. Allitur's realm is The City of Tempered Souls. Empyrea sits on the edge of a clear mountain lake on Mount Celestia's fifth layer, Mertion; the many healing fountains and curative waters in Empyrea can restore withered limbs, lost speech and life energy itself. Empyrea is known for its healers and hospitals, many a pilgrim seeks to reach this legendary site of perfect health.
Allitur teaches respect and understanding for laws and other cultural traditions. Atroa is the Oeridian goddess of Spring, East Wind, Renewal, her holy symbol is a kara tree full of ripe, red fruit. Atroa was first detailed for the Dungeons & Dragons game in the World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting, by Gary Gygax. Atroa appears as a fresh-faced blonde woman with an eagle perching upon her shoulder. With her sling Windstorm, she can strike the most distant foe, with Readying's Dawn, her spherical glass talisman, she is able to melt all ice in sight. Atroa's realm, the Grove of Perpetual Spring, is in the layer of Brux in the Beastlands, she is thought to spend time in the realm of Morninglory in Elysium. As Goddess of Spring, Atroa is the invigorating breath, she gives the world new love and new life, renews old friendships, plucks the heartstrings of lovers and poets. Azor'alq is the Baklunish hero-deity of Light, Purity and Strength, his symbol is an armed man standing atop a stone summit. Azor ` alq is a handsome warrior with a dark complexion.
He wears his helm is topped with peacock feathers. His long curved sword, of elven make, is known as Faruk. Azor'alq is a member of the Baklunish pantheon. In the past, he has been a foe of the demon lords Nekir. Azor'alq's sanctum can be entered through the highest peak in the Pinnacles of Azor'alq. There he dwells with the Thousand Immortals. Beltar is the Suel goddess of Malice and Pits, her holy symbol is a set of opened fangs poised to bite. Although depicted as a haglike human female, Beltar is known to appear as a beholder, red dragon, or marilith; some regard the form as a cause of rumors of the existence of a Suloise snake-cult. Beltar was a goddess of earth and mines, but was supplanted by other Suel gods until her only worshipers were nonhuman slaves, it is for this reason that Jascar is one of her greatest enemies. Beltar will take mates in her various forms, but few survive, as she eats them afterward, as well as any young born from such a union. Beory is the Flan goddess of the Oerth and Rain.
She is known as the Oerth Mother. Her symbol is either a green disk marked with a rotund, female figurine. Beory was first detailed for the Dungeons & Dragons game in the World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting, by Gary Gygax. Beory is considered to be a manifestation of the Oerth itself, she does not care for anything else, mortals or other deities only concern her if they threaten the Oerth. She is distant from her own clerics, who wander the earth to experience the different parts of the world, they spend their time communing with nature and associate with druids. Berei is goddess of Agriculture and Home, her holy symbol is a sheaf of wheat stalks. Berei was first detailed for the Dungeons & Dragons game in the World of Greyhawk Fantasy Game Setting, by Gary Gygax. Berei is depicted as a kindly-looking woman carrying a sickle. Berei can most be found in the first layer of Elysium, in the realm of Principality. Berei tries to strengthen the ties of family and community, urges care in the planting of crops.
Berna is the Touv goddess of forgiveness. She was the goddess of hatred and vendettas, but she got better, her symbol is a red metal heart