June Knight
Actress
June Knight
June Knight was an American Broadway and film actress. Aged 19, she appeared in the last Ziegfeld Follies show, Hot-Cha! (1932). She would be featured in four other Broadway shows, Take A Chance (1932), Jubilee (1935), The Would-Be Gentleman (1946) (her only non-musical) and Sweethearts (1947).
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Two citizen groups say Cornelius Mayor violated city charter - News-Times
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In June, Knight, along with two allies on the council Jamie Minshall and Mari Gottwald, voted to fire Waffle. Now the city is dealing with a budget hole of $110000 caused by a severance payment to Waffle triggered by his contract and Coffey is working
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Prime London prices rise with Middle Eastern investment - Middle East North Africa Financial Network
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Prime central London real estate prices rose 24 percent from their 2009 low after the global financial crisis and are now 2 percent higher than their spring 2008 peak, Knight Frank, a real estate consultancy, said in June. Knight Frank projected prime
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Flashback: Tales from Casey Anthony's Tattoo Artists - Fox News
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VAN SUSTEREN: Do you know if you saw her in June? KNIGHT: No. When she was here that last time I asked her where Casey was. She was making an appointment to get tattooed by bobby the following Saturday and said she was bringing her in
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Mad about the mail - Holmes County Times Advertiser
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After a weeklong stint when the mail piled up in early June, Knight said the Postal Service resumed picking up the building's mail. Knight attributes the change of heart to his persistence in bugging the post office. Even when outgoing mail wasn't
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1482 students named to Austin Peay State University Main Campus, Fort Campbell ... - Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
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... William Kirk, Anthony Kirkland, Kendra Kirksey, David Kitchen, Michelle Klein, Michael Kline, Sarah Klodt, Dennis Klotter, Brittany Kluck, Jordan Knight, June Knight, Kortney Knight, Kristen Knight, Melissa Kohlman, Geofrey Kosgei, Michael Krychiw,
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Flag Day Celebrated in Uptown Greenwood - Greenwood Today
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Each year the group organizes a Flag Day Celebration during the month of June. Knight's of Columbus Admiral Bill Cervenka organizes the event. Cervenka served as the key note speaker at this year's Flag Day event, telling spectators the history of the
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Patricia Miranda Samuel Richardson - Virgin Islands Daily News
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... Mariah, Kayara, Gimeni, Quané, Jah-Kobi, Jaden, Justin and Jason Richards; daughters-in-law, Veronica Jackson and Karen Richards; sisters, Rita Sprauve, Claudette Perrotte and June Knight; brothers, Melville, Mervin and Ray Samuel; sisters-in-law,
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NBA Mock Draft: Brandon Knight To Kings, Says DraftExpress - Sactown Royalty
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5 last June. Knight looked like a mid-first prospect until everyone dropped out and he had a good tournament; now most mocks peg Knight in the top-10. It's worth noting that DX has Kemba Walker off the board at No. 3 (Toronto Raptors) and Lithuanian
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3 Media Groups Alter Online Venture
NYTimes - over 10 years
Three media organizations the Gannett Company, the McClatchy Company and the Tribune Company announced an agreement on Tuesday relating to their stakes in their classified help-wanted advertising venture CareerBuilder.com, and two other online businesses, ShopLocal.com and Topix.net. Gannett and Tribune each will increase their ownership in
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of June Knight
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1987
    Age 74
    She died in 1987, at 74, from complications from a stroke, and was interred in Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park.
    More Details Hide Details For her contribution to the motion picture industry, June Knight has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6247 Hollywood Boulevard.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1944
    Age 31
    In 1944 she was in Roosevelt Hospital,New York,for the removal of a benign tumor.
    More Details Hide Details June Knight married several times,husbands included: Vice President of the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Carl B. Squier, Texan oilman Arthur A. Cameron, Harry Packer, drug firm official and New York stock exchange member,Paul S. Ames. The marriage to Paul Ames lasted only thirteen days.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1935
    Age 22
    In 1935 June Knight and her maid were bound and gagged by two intruders in her appartment.The two thiefs stole some expensive jewels from her.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1930
    Age 17
    She also had a short-lived film career, appearing in twelve movies from 1930 to 1940, most notably in Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935), in which she sang the hit song "I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin'" with co-star Robert Taylor.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1913
    Age 0
    June Knight was born in Los Angeles in 1913.
    More Details Hide Details During the first years of her life,she was in very poor health.. She suffered from tuberculosis when she was 4 years old and Doctors told her parents that there was a big chance,that she would never live to maturity. Because of infantile Paralysis,she couldn't walk till she was five years old. Later she had double pneumonia,Scarlet fever,whooping cough,chicken pox and masloiditis. She started to dance to develop her leg muscles. When she was ten years old,she started to sing and dance in public. Aged 19, she appeared in the last Ziegfeld Follies show, Hot-Cha! (1932). She would be featured in four other Broadway shows, Take A Chance (1932), Jubilee (1935) (where she introduced the Cole Porter classic "Begin the Beguine"), The Would-Be Gentleman (1946) (her only non-musical) and Sweethearts (1947).
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