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Hess

1. Dame Myra. 1890--1965, English pianist
2. (Walther Richard) Rudolf . 1894--1987, German Nazi leader. He made a secret flight to Scotland (1941) to negotiate peace with Britain but was held as a prisoner of war; later sentenced to life imprisonment at the Nuremberg trials (1946); committed suicide
3. Victor Francis. 1883--1964, US physicist, born in Austria: pioneered the investigation of cosmic rays: shared the Nobel prize for physics (1936)
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Hess said this year will mark the 50th anniversary of the toy trucks, an institution on the East Coast, where TV commercials promoting each year's entry are commonly seen.
Before the Elliot proxy fight, Hess had no directors with industry expertise on its 14-member board.
Businesses in need of an image makeover are encouraged to call Hess Connect today to discuss a targeted road map towards reputation recovery.
Elliott also said it was considering nominating candidates for election to the Hess board at the 2013 annual meeting.
Hess is the largest provider of natural gas, fuel oil and electricity to commercial and industrial customers in the East Coast markets.
1 -- color) Alan Hess, author of ``The Ranch House,'' discusses its architectural history and comeback.
By 1993, Hess was working with the American Red Cross, which was independently developing what it calls fibrin sealant bandages.
The duke's son, Lord Selkirk, who has written his own book on Hess, dismissed the theory.
Other esoteric writers with whom Hess was familiar included Julius Sperber and Aegidius Gutmann.
Everyone who speaks well of liberty and, more importantly, acts to enjoy it or extend it," Hess wrote as the editor of the Libertarian Party newsletter, "is welcome in my view.
Certainly there is going to be an impact from the loss of money (wages) going into the economy," admits Hess.