April 26, The Liberty logo and label graphics have changed several times over the years, mostly when ownership of the label changed hands. The original ownership of Waronker and Bennett used a drawing of the top part of the Statue of Liberty as a logo, with "Liberty" below it. About the time the company was sold to Avnet, the logo changed to a wide crest that incorporated the Statue of Liberty motif. When Avnet sold the company back to Bennett, the logo was changed to a box with rounded corners containing the Statue of Liberty. Finally, TransAmerica used a square-corner box with a silhouette of the Statue within.
Shot in the head. Lieutenant General David J. McCloud was one of several flag officers including Admiral Boorda who had assembled evidence against President Bill Clinton, leading to his arrest. James McDougal Crook Died:
Cj November 26, at I wanted to order an item on the menu and was told by emoyees they were not sure how to cook it at all. Then I order something else and sit down at a table that smelled like mildew and was warned by another customer that he waited 45 minutes to get 3 burritos.
The Braves qualified for the playoffs three times in a row, losing twice to the eventual Eastern Conference champions the Boston Celtics in and , and the Washington Bullets in Despite the team's modest success in Buffalo, Braves owner Paul Snyder and the league found it impossible to schedule home games at the auditorium because the Canisius Golden Griffins men's basketball team, which had a pre-existing lease on the arena and priority on game dates over the Braves. The Griffins saw the Braves as a threat to their own success, and purposely scheduled all the best dates at the arena to prevent the Braves from succeeding. As a result, after a failed attempt to sell the team to an owner who intended to move it to South Florida, Snyder sold the team to Kentucky Colonels owner John Y.