Nathaniel Cole

25 Jun 19
Bookish Connoisseur

Happy new release Tuesday!! I’ve noticed a trend. The first week of each month has the most new releases with the following weeks slowly tapering out. However, the month of June has been pretty steady with the new books and I can’t say I’m sad about that! Check out Part I of my new release […]

24 Jun 19
Archy news nety

20 June 2019 EXETER – The dott. Jon W. Pollard, principal of Wyoming High School Area, announces the students who qualified for the Honor Roll for the fourth marking period of the academic year 2018-2019. The following policy adopted by the Board of Directors of the Wyoming Area Board will be used as a criterion […]

24 Jun 19
The Mercury News
Click here if you are unable to view this gallery on a mobile device. [cq comment=”1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza Convertible “]Probably one of the most controversial cars built in the United States in the last 60 years or so was the Chevrolet Corvair. Up until 1960, the Big Three — GM, Ford and Chrysler — were just building big cars. Some European imports were getting the attention of the American consumer, and finally the executives of the Big Three took notice. American Motors, a relatively new corporation formed by combining Nash and Hudson, began building small, fuel-efficient cars in the 1950s. Under the leadership of George Romney (Mitt Romney’s father), the new compact model called the Rambler became the third best-selling car in the country. Studebaker brought out the Lark, which was a compact car that initially sold well. To get into the compact car business. Ford and Chrysler generally downsized the kinds of cars they were already building, but GM, under the direction of Chevrolet General Manager Ed Cole, took a new path. This new car would be called Corvair, a name that blended the Corvette and Bel Air model names. It had an aluminum, 140-cubic-inch, flat-six, 80-horsepower, air-cooled rear engine similar to Volkswagen and Porsche. The styling of the Corvair was unique and untraditional for American cars. The base model sold for less than $2,000 (about $17,300 in today’s dollars) and sold well. From 1960 through 1969, there were 1,710,018 Corvairs sold, and it was the “Motor Trend” car of the year for 1960. The rear engine gave the car a lower silhouette, flat interior floors and no need for power-assisted steering. It had superior braking balance, ride quality and traction. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]It also had the all-independent suspension system, but to save $4 a car, GM didn’t include antiroll bars, a poor decision. The result was that the car tended to oversteer (tail-wag) if the correct tire pressures of 15 psi front and 26 psi rear weren’t observed, but the oversteering situation was considered minimal and not dangerous. The problem was that most of the owners didn’t pay attention to the correct tire pressure. There were some other disappointments. The cost of production was higher than planned, and the engine was about 78 pounds heavier than predicted. But the biggest negative was a young lawyer named Ralph Nader. He wrote a book in 1965 called “Unsafe at Any Speed” in which he stated that the Corvair was the most dangerous automobile on the road in the 1960s. In 1972, there was a study done for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that found the Corvair possessed no greater potential for loss of control in extreme conditions than competitors. But the damage was done, and it was too late. Bill Norman, an Alamo resident, has an 89,000-mile, red 1962 Chevrolet Corvair Monza convertible with the two-speed Power-Glide automatic transmission. It was Norman’s dad’s purchase. “He saw it for sale in front of the Wells Fargo Bank in Alamo, and he brought it home. It wasn’t even painted, and Dad sensed there was something major wrong with it, so we parked it.” That was in 2006, and it was not moved until about a month ago. “I started it a few weeks back and heard lifter noise. I took it to a friend’s house and he told me I better take care of that lifter before something else goes wrong.” Norman is an electrician, but he is also mechanically inclined. “So, I watched a YouTube video that showed how to take everything apart. I looked at it three or four times, then I started working on it and pulled the two lifters out.” It only took him a couple of hours. “I bought two new ones, put them in, and now it runs like a vacuum cleaner.” Regarding his YouTube study he said, “A little information is better than no information.” It is not a show car, nor is it Norman’s intention to make it one. His plan is just to maintain it and enjoy driving it locally. “We had it painted. We took all the chrome off and took it to a local paint shop, and then we put all the chrome back on. It has some blemishes, but it’s good enough.” It is a convertible, so I inquired about the top’s condition. “Oh, the top hasn’t been up for as long as we’ve had it,” Norman said. “I’m just going to keep it down.” Norman believes the Corvair is beginning to be recognized as a nice collector car. His research indicates the value of his Corvair to be in the $10,000 neighborhood but has no intention of selling it.  He plans on driving his Corvair in this year’s Piedmont Fourth of July parade, and maybe, just maybe, he will have a dignitary to carry in the back seat, but probably not one you’ve seen on CNN. Have an interesting vehicle? Contact David Krumboltz at MOBopoly@yahoo.com. To view more photos of this and other issues’ vehicles or to read more of Dave’s columns, visit mercurynews.com/author/david-krumboltz.
24 Jun 19
Starrleena's Stories

In Salem Village in February 1692, Betty Parris, 9, and her cousin, Abigail Williams, 11, the daughter and niece, respectively, of Rev. Samuel Parris, started to have fits described as “beyond the power of epileptic fits or natural disease to effect” by John Hale, the minister of the nearby town of Beverly.  The girls screamed, […]

22 Jun 19
KLEK 102.5 FM

06/18/2019 JONESBORO – Arkansas State University has released the list of students who were awarded diplomas on the undergraduate and graduate levels during the 2019 spring commencement ceremony May 11 in the First National Bank Arena on campus. Chancellor Kelly Damphousse conferred more than 2,000 diplomas during the two ceremonies in the First National Bank […]

21 Jun 19
Morty's TV

Oprah Winfrey Network announced today that its anticipated new drama series “David Makes Man“ from Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney (“Moonlight”) and Warner Horizon Scripted Television will premiere on Wednesday, August 14 at 10 p.m. ET/PT following the network’s critically acclaimed drama “Queen Sugar” (Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT). The series premiere will be […]

21 Jun 19
Margaret Fuller Society

This post was co-authored by Charlene Avallone, Elizabeth Dean, and Christina Katopodis. Photos courtesy of Noelle Baker, and paper abstracts provided by Sonia Di Loreto. On Thursday, May 23rd, Margaret Fuller Society (MFS) members gathered at the American Literature Association conference in Boston. MFS President Charlene Avallone and MFS Treasurer Noelle Baker delivered papers on […]

21 Jun 19

D POOL – Iowa Guaranteed 2nd place Match #1 Quarterfinal Iowa defeated Texas 55-17 160 – Cade DeVos (Iowa) over Massoma Endene (Texas) TF 14-2 170 – Spencer Mooberry (Iowa) over Don Doyle (Texas) Fall 0:25 182 – Justin Brindley (Iowa) over Samuel Uwabuike (Texas) Dec 8-2 195 – Gabe Christenson (Iowa) over Deandre Rucker (Texas) Fall 1:36 220 – Kalob Runyon (Iowa) over Rylan Bonds (Texas) Fall 4:36 285 – Spencer Trenary (Iowa) over Ryan Johnson (Texas) TF 10-0 100 – Brandon O`Brien (Iowa) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf 106 – Trever […]

20 Jun 19

Team North Dakota Blue finished the Greco Roman portion of Junior Duals in twentieth place overall; fourth in the Red/Blue Pool.  North Dakota Blue was placed in the Red/Blue Pool after finishing sixth in their preliminary pool on day one of competition.  On day two, the team scored wins over Tennessee and Louisiana, but fell […]

20 Jun 19
JD UFC/MMA Event Previews

Renato ‘Moicano’ Carneiro (1.47) vs. Chan Sung Jung (2.75) Moicano is 5-2 in UFC, 13-2-1 overall. Last 5: W-L-W-W-LJung is 4-2 in UFC, 14-5 overall. Last 5: W-W-L-W-L Moicano (29) was finished by a rejuvenated looking Jose Aldo (KO) in February. Before that he had looked outstanding in wins against ranked opponents Cub Swanson (submission) and […]

20 Jun 19

Emilio´s Blog

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20 Jun 19

Emilio´s Blog

Uploaded by: Ebooks Chemical Engineering https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ebooks-Chemical-Engineering/238197077030 For More Books, softwares & tutorials Related to Chemical Engineering Join Us @facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ebooks-Chemical-Engineering/238197077030 @facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AllAboutChemcalEngineering @facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/10436265147/ ADMIN: I.W << If you like this Book, than support the author and BuY it >> The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook THIRD EDITION Bobby Owsinski Course Technology PTR […]

19 Jun 19
Newsy Today

As soon as one begins to read about the life of M. Night Shyamalan, he realizes that the filmmaker is the most authentic of the characters in his films. Or, rather, a mixture – somewhat suspicious – of all of them. Obsessed with mental disorders, with family problems, with water and fear, Shyamalan has even […]

19 Jun 19
U S Military History

June 19, 1861 – The Battle of Cole Camp was a skirmish of the American Civil War, occurring on June 19, 1861, in Benton County, Missouri. The rebel victory assured an open line of march for the fleeing governor and Missouri State Guard away from Lyon’s force in Boonville. On June 15, 1861, Union Brigadier […]

18 Jun 19
WWTI
Jefferson Community College (JCC) has named the following students to the 2019 Spring semester President’s and Dean’s Lists. The students named to the President’s List earned a grade point average of 3.6 to 4.0 out of a possible 4.0. The students named to the Dean’s List earned a grade point average of 3.2 to 3.59 out of a possible 4.0. To be eligible for President’s or Dean’s List recognition, full-time and part-time students must meet applicable credit hour requirements. President’s List Spring 2019 Adams Desari Norma Bancroft Brett Dean LaLone Michael John Lennox Hannah Marie Mason Noah Steven Newton Erin Elizabeth Peters Theresa Margaret Pratt Makenna Leigh Reardon Felicia Marie Rowland Natalie Eileen Tucker Adams Center Carl M. Moot Logan Daniel Rogers Dylan Matthew Widrick Alexandria Bay Lindsey M. Bradley Natasha R. Demercado Daegan A. Jeffers Brittnee M. Miller Dylan O’Connor Christin Marie Sanford Serena Soldani Emilie M. 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