F. Jay Taylor
American historian
F. Jay Taylor
Foster Jay Taylor, known as F. Jay Taylor, was a historian who served from 1962 to 1987 as the president of Louisiana Tech University in Ruston in Lincoln Parish in north Louisiana. Taylor wrote books on the American and the Spanish civil wars.
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California Lemon Law Attorney Passes The One Hundred Million Mark
Yahoo News - about 4 years
Attorney Norman F. Taylor has been representing “Lemon Law” consumers in California since 1987. He and his firms have handled tens of thousands of cases and have forced manufacturers to buy back hundreds of millions in defective consumer goods pursuant to the “Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act” better known as California‘s “Lemon Law.” Norman Taylor has published two books on the California Lemon Law. ...
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Somerville: Alderman to host meeting to discuss affordable housing in Union Square July 11
Boston Globe - over 4 years
Somerville Ward 3 Alderman Thomas F. Taylor said he would make good on a promise to bring together the opposing groups that have tussled over a proposed development of 40 units of affordable housing in Union Square.
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Bowls: Honours even in Witterings-Pagham thriller
Chichester Observer - over 4 years
Witterings had a very enjoyable five-rink friendly against Pagham, which ended 91-91. Honours were shared with both teams winning two rinks and one drawn. Scores: G Porter, P Hutton, G Morgan & S Hooker drew 22-22; L Swift, M Lillywhite, J Mulligan & C Horsley lost 17-11; J Slogrove, P Wiggins, J Bangs & M Aylward won 18-14; V Jeffryes, C Porter, J Derkatsch & L Bangs lost 18-15; V Hooker, T Gander, M Mulligan & C Tuffin won 25-20. Witterings 74 Field Place 73 Witterings men played in this Littlehampton Gazette League match. On a hot afternoon each side won on two rinks and Witterings won overall by one shot to gain six points. Scores: F Bray, B Curtis, E Shoyer & J Slogrove (s) lost 18-14; P Chivers, C Jelf, S Hooker & D Bell (s) lost 23-15; J Hardy, A Gander, L Bangs & R Stephens (s) won 26-18; M White, G Morgan, F Knotts & J Hostler (s) won 19-14. CRABLANDS Crablands 70 Pagham 67 Crablands played C&M and BM leagues against Pagham, ...
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Wiz Khalifa Brushed Off SpaceGhostPurrp Beef For 'T.A.P.' Collaboration
Mtv News- RAP FIX - almost 5 years
By Rob Markman The beat on "T.A.P.,"  from Wiz Khalifa's Taylor Allderdice mixtape was courtesy of A$AP Rocky producer SpaceGhostPurrp, but fans may not know that Purrp was once a Taylor Gang detractor. Luckily, the two artists were able to sidestep any issues to collaborate on a great track. For those unfamiliar with Purrp's catalog, in 2011 he released a song called"F--- Taylor Gang," on which he rapped, "This ain't no Wiz, so f--- a Khalifa." The song didn't hit Wiz's radar at first, but the Purrp-produced A$AP Rocky track "Pretty Flacko" did. "I love that beat. I'm like, 'Man, that beat is hard as hell,' " Wiz said when he appeared on last week's "RapFix Live." After hearing "Pretty Flacko," which dropped on New Year's Day, the Taylor Gang captain immediately took to Twitter to express his appreciation for SpaceGhost's work. Shortly after, the emerging producer hit Wiz back suggesting that they record a song together, and of course Khalifa agreed. "Then somebody was like, ' ...
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Warren F. Taylor, 103
Blue Ridge Now - almost 5 years
Warren Francis Taylor, 103, of Hendersonville, N.C., passed away at Elizabeth House in Flat Rock, N.C., Monday, April 23, 2012. He was born on February 14, 1909, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to the late John Jacob and Pearl Cora Shadbolt Taylor. Mr. Taylor was married three times; to Olive Sansom in, Joan McFarlane, and Goldie Misner. Prior to living in Hendersonville for the last three years, Mr. Taylor resided in Butler, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Monterey Park California, and St. Petersburg Florida. He was employed by Swift & Company, McIntyre-Burral Company, Northwestern Railroad, Ding's Company, Borden Company, dairy home delivery. He retired as a retail sales manager. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Hendersonville. His interests were playing the chord organ, physical fitness, home gardening with automatic watering. Mr. Taylor served as condo chairman of the board for three years, was active with children's charities, and church activities. ...
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Mama Drama: Attention Anxiety – Is it ADHD?
Denver Post - almost 5 years
Dear Mama Drama: (photo credit) My seven-year-old daughter is struggling in school. Her teachers say she daydreams and is off in her own world so she doesn’t get her work done. At home she also needs lots of reminders and support to get things done. Someone suggested that she may have attention deficit disorder, but I’m not sure what that means. I’ve seen kids who are very hyper and have trouble sitting still, but this doesn’t fit my daughter. While she needs help getting ready for school and keeping track of her things, she can also sit and draw or read for hours. Other people have suggested she might need medication, which seems really scary to me. Can you give me some insight and ideas for how to support her? ~Anxious Mama Dear Anxious: Attention concerns can be related to a variety of different issues, such as health problems, development, sensory processing needs, or neurological needs related to brain function. In order to help your daughter be successful in school ...
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Ogden Museum of Southern Art receives $875000 - NOLA.com
Google News - over 5 years
The historic Patrick F. Taylor library building, which is connected to the Ogden's 2003 Stephen Goldring Hall by a tunnel, is meant to someday house a trove of pre-20th century art works. McCaffety-Scott said the budget to complete the renovation of
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'New' coach back to help Irish make another deep playoff run - Lancaster Eagle Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Jess Lanning/Eagle-Gazette TOP RETURNERS: D Jenna Jones, Sr.; S Dana McClurg, Sr.; MF Cara Glenn, Sr.; MF Emily Young, Sr. TOP RETURNERS: F Taylor Smith, Sr.; GK Brittany England, Sr.; MF Alexis Friesner, Sr.; MF Sierra Jepsen, Sr.; MF Savannah Sahr,
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Magnolia rooted in history - Cleveland Daily Banner
Google News - over 5 years
The plaque states: “This magnolia tree was mailed as a seedling from New Orleans by a boyfriend to Sallie F. Taylor in 1876, who planted the tree in her front yard. The home faced east and the old well can be found on the west side of the sidewalk
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Theatre: Camden Fringe - Camden New Journal newspapers website
Google News - over 5 years
Stand-up comedian Paul F Taylor talks about the hilarious happenings in his life. Plenty of jokes and audience interaction are promised. Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, NW1. £7.50, 8pm. August 23-25. The award-winning comedy veteran makes his
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Somerville board OKs switch to state insurance plan - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
Aldermen Thomas F. Taylor, Sean O'Donovan, and Rebekah Gewirtz were absent. "Make no mistake, this is a national problem," said Maryann Heuston, Ward 2 Alderman and Finance Committee chair, moments before motioning for the vote
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Somerville Democrats announce four endorsements - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
In addition, the Ward 3 incumbent, Thomas F. Taylor, is recovering from surgery. Endorsements require a two-thirds vote of the active members in attendance. About 25 of the group's approximately 75 active members showed up, said Martinez,
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Six candidates advance to November city commission election - Adrian Daily Telegram
Google News - over 5 years
Julie Berryman Adams, Jerry Gallatin, Thomas R. Faulhaber, Harry "Dusty" Steele, Don F. Taylor and Chuck Jacobson will compete for three city commission seats in November. By Staff reports Adrian City Commission candidates Julie Berryman Adams,
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Get Adrian City Commission election information here - Adrian Daily Telegram
Google News - over 5 years
2 primary, from top left: Cleatus Beasley, Julie Berryman Adams, Bill Ehnis, Thomas R. Faulhaber, Jerry Gallatin, Chuck Jacobson, Charles "Chip" Moore, Harry "Dusty" Steele and Don F. Taylor. By Anonymous We've compiled our stories about the 2011
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TAYLOR v. TAYLOR - Leagle.com
Google News - over 5 years
Plaintiff George F. Taylor, Jr. (George) appeals from an order dismissing his complaint against his brother, Ricky Lee Taylor (Ricky), in which he alleged Ricky unduly influenced their mother, Jennie Taylor (Jennie), to transfer a property interest to
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'Marie' Taylor - Pekin Daily Times
Google News - over 5 years
Also preceding her in death were two sons, Yuel F. Taylor Jr. and Charles Taylor; one daughter, Barbara Walsh; five brothers and four sisters. Surviving are five daughters, Loretta Turner of Pekin, Janice Leggins of Nashville, Tenn., Lorita Davis of
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Electric car chargers being installed at LSU - WAFB.com
Google News - over 5 years
A ceremony to unveil the chargers will be held at 10 am in the parking lot across from Patrick F. Taylor Hall on Nicholson Extension. Expected to be in attendance are LSU Chancellor Michael Martin; Bill Mohl, president and chief executive officer of
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Police Log - Petaluma Argus Courier
Google News - over 5 years
12:49 am — Benjamin F. Taylor, 34, of Santa Rosa was arrested on the northbound East Washington Street off-ramp for DUI. 3:56 am — Police received a report of a shoplifting on North McDowell Boulevard. INA. 8:32 am — Police took a report from a
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of F. Jay Taylor
  • 2011
    Age 87
    Died on May 15, 2011.
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  • 2007
    Age 83
    In 2007, he was a flight and ground instructor with Sporty's Academy at the Clermont County Airport in Batavia, Ohio. He and his wife, the former Bernardine Hartley, reside in Batavia, near Cincinnati. They have two children, Andrew Taylor of Gainesville, Florida, and Jennifer Taylor Williams of West Palm Beach, Florida. At some point prior to 1982, the marriage to Evelyn ended. Thereafter by 1988 or earlier, Taylor had wed the former Linda Lou Kavanaugh.
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    In 2007, Taylor donated his Civil War artifacts, including the Robert Patrick materials, to the Tech Department of Special Collections, Manuscripts and Archives, a move that Taylor described as "saying goodbye to an old friend."
    More Details Hide Details Taylor's other work is The United States and the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939, with the introduction by the diplomatic historian Claude G. Bowers. Taylor also read the initial manuscript for Professor John D. Winters' The Civil War in Louisiana (1963). Taylor served on numerous state and national boards and commissions. A nationally recognized expert in the field of labor arbitration, he was chairman of the Labor-Management Commission of Inquiry, National Academy of Arbitrators, labor panels of the American Arbitration Association, and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. He was a member of the Ruston Rotary International and served on the boards of the Ruston Chamber of Commerce and Ruston Civic Club. In 1971, the University of California Alumni Association cited Taylor for "Outstanding Achievement" and honored him at the school's homecoming. In 1985, he was similarly recognized by his alma mater Tulane as an outstanding alumnus of the graduate school.
  • 1992
    Age 68
    Taylor was inducted into the Louisiana Tech University Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992.
    More Details Hide Details Taylor was eulogized by attorney and fellow arbitrator Sidney "Sid" Moreland, IV, a former Louisiana Tech Student Body President under Dr. Taylor's tenure at Tech. Moreland (Class of 1983) said of Taylor's Tech Presidency: "…For 25 years, Dr. Taylor led Louisiana Tech on what is broadly known as the most crucially transformational years in Tech's history. It would be impossible to recall almost any aspect of Tech's history without the presence of Dr. Taylor progressively spearheading efforts large and small, from a simple name change to a skyscraper. His efforts made Louisiana Tech a household name throughout the nation and in many parts of the world. He cleverly grew the athletic programs into national prominence to blaze an early path for women in sports, long before it was widely accepted, and for numerous other All-American athletes who became his anointed ambassadors for Tech, and like a great branching tree that he painstakingly cultivated, they helped him put Louisiana Tech on the map.
  • 1987
    Age 63
    Taylor announced on January 6, 1987 that he would step down from the Tech presidency effective June 30 of that year.
    More Details Hide Details He indicated that his decision to retire at the age of sixty-three was unrelated to any differences that he may have had with the Tech regents. Taylor was succeeded as the president by his vice-president, Daniel Reneau. On Taylor's death in Ruston at the age of eighty-seven, Reneau described his predecessor as "a great leader and a great president. I was privileged to serve seven years under him as vice president. A senior statesman and point guard in the Tech family has fallen, and we will miss him greatly." Taylor's services were held on May 18, 2011 at the First Baptist Church in downtown Ruston. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Taylor was eulogized by Sidney "Sid" Moreland, IV, former Louisiana Tech Student Body President, speaking "for all the students who were fortunate enough to pursue their education under the leadership of Jay Taylor…He epitomized the grace, humility, vision, and the intellectual depth that only a great university deserves. He made us all believe in that greatness and the gift of his tireless work lives on in all of us who were served by him, and blessed that he was ours…"
  • 1980
    Age 56
    Prior to 1980, his vice president was Virgil Orr, a former chemical engineering professor and dean, who served from 1988 to 1992 as a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from Lincoln and Union parishes.
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  • 1979
    Age 55
    The program began with a $5,000 appropriation, reached the Final Four in 1979, and won the national championship in 1981.
    More Details Hide Details Hogg was succeeded as coach of the Lady Techsters by Leon Barmore, whom she had hired from Ruston High School. Since 1979, Tech has given an annual award in Taylor's name to a successful faculty member engaged in undergraduate teaching duties. There is also an F. Jay Taylor Eminent Scholar Chair of Journalism and an F. Jay Taylor Sports Forum.
  • 1966
    Age 42
    Meanwhile, Arnold R. Kilpatrick from 1966 to 1978 was the president of NSU, a Louisiana Tech sports rival.
    More Details Hide Details Ralph Waldo Emerson Jones was president of historically black Grambling State University in Grambling, some five miles from the Tech campus during this same period.
  • 1958
    Age 34
    Taylor's tenure at Louisiana Tech corresponded in part with that of George T. Walker, a former Northwestern State University dean and the president of the University of Louisiana at Monroe from 1958 to 1976.
    More Details Hide Details Under Walker's tenure ULM expanded fourfold in enrollment.
  • 1952
    Age 28
    He procured his Ph.D. in history and government in 1952 from Tulane University in New Orleans.
    More Details Hide Details Taylor was thirty-nine when he was named as the Louisiana Tech president. He presided over the transformation and expanded enrollment of the institution, founded in 1894 and known prior to 1970 as Louisiana Polytechnic Institute. Many modern buildings were constructed under his watch, some of which, such as Neilson Hall men's dormitory, have since been discarded. Under his watch came the Wyly Tower, a library and administrative office complex, Caruthers Hall, the Thomas Assembly Center, the Lambright Intramural Sports Complex, the Aillet Stadium, and the J.C. Love Field. F. Jay Taylor was not the first "Taylor" to have been president of the institution. W. E. Taylor (no relation), a biology professor and partial namesake of the Carson-Taylor Science Building, was the president from 1904 to 1906. Taylor was an active, highly visible president who spoke before educational and civic groups across the state.
  • 1949
    Age 25
    Prior to the building of the current president's home near the Tech stadium, Taylor resided in a plantation-style house in what is now the Ropp Center, which is named for Ralph L. Ropp, Taylor's predecessor as president, who served from 1949 to 1962. On April 18, 1946, Taylor married the former Evelyn Marie Bast of Milford in Oakland County, Michigan.
    More Details Hide Details The couple had one son, Terry J. Taylor (born 1947). Terry Taylor is a veteran of the United States Air Force and a retired Delta Air Lines pilot.
    In 1949, he obtained a Master of Arts from Claremont Graduate University, also in California.
    More Details Hide Details He was later named to the Claremont Alumni Hall of Fame.
  • 1948
    Age 24
    Taylor received his Bachelor of Arts degree in social science in 1948 from the University of California at Berkeley.
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  • 1946
    Age 22
    He was honorably discharged from military service in 1946.
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  • 1943
    Age 19
    He completed aviation training in 1943 and was commissioned as an ensign.
    More Details Hide Details As a Navy pilot, he logged two thousand hours of flight time during World War II. He was sent to the Pacific theatre for two tours of duty and rose to the rank of lieutenant commander.
  • 1942
    Age 18
    In May 1942, he enlisted in the United States Navy.
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  • 1941
    Age 17
    Claybrook Cottingham, R. L. Ropp's predecessor as the Louisiana Tech president, also had previous ties to Louisiana College, where he was the second president of the institution, having served from 1910 to 1941, before he came to Louisiana Tech.
    More Details Hide Details Taylor was a Louisiana Tech student during Cottingham's first year as president there. Cottingham's tenure at Louisiana College hence preceded Taylor's academic career. In 1981, Taylor told a civic club in Minden that Louisiana Tech was "no longer a college in the piney woods" and cited a list of accomplishments, including the enrollment at the time of a thousand graduate students. In a 2003 interview with the Monroe News-Star, Taylor described his goal as having helped "to bring Louisiana Tech onto the national and international scene."
  • 1940
    Age 16
    He then attended Louisiana Tech as a student for four semesters from 1940 to 1942.
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    He graduated from Gibsland High School in 1940.
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  • 1923
    Born on August 9, 1923.
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