COLLECTIONS, FREEDOM of expression, MASS media censorship, CIVIL rights -- United States, CATALOGS, and MANAGEMENT
The article focuses on Ewing Baskette' s collection of civil liberty and freedom of expression materials in the U.S. It says that he collected the materials during his service as a volunteer defense counsel while exercising law in Nashville, Tennessee. Baskette' s collection is consisted of various categories of freedom of expression which includes anarchy, civil liberties, and censorship. It also mentions that the collections are sectioned as catalogue and uncatalogued, in which catalogue was arranged in accordance with the Library of Congress, while uncatalogued was subdivided by periodicals, court cases, and vertical files. It adds that some of his collections are prohibited or ordered burned, authors of the books were persecuted, deported, and even executed, and materials that does not exists.
AIRPLANE maintenance & repair, COMMITTEES, CONFERENCES & conventions, and SOCIETIES
The section offers updates from the Aircraft Maintenance Technology (AMT) Society. From July 8-10, 2008, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)/Industry AMT Committee met in Nashville, Tennessee for the purpose of rewriting Advisory Circular 65-25D for the Aviation Maintenance Technician Awards Program. A copy of House Resolution No. 444 from the U.S. House of Representatives was given to Jim and Sean Carter, owners of the Perfect Landing Restaurant in Englewood, Colorado. Aircraft maintenance technician Steve Stevens died in a motorcycle crash.
CONFERENCES & conventions, ORTHOPEDIC nursing, SURGICAL nursing, and MEDICAL personnel
This article presents information about National Association of Orthopaedic Nurses (NAON) chapter educational activities. NAON's 24th Annual Congress will be held on My 15019, 2004 in Nashville, Tennessee. Meeting of the 24th Annual Orthopaedic Nursing: New Concepts and Challenges will be hled on November 11-12, 2004 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. National Association of Orthopaedic Technologists 22nd Annual Clinical Symposium will be held on August 4-7, 2004 in Miami, Florida.