- Cat's Out. // National Review Bulletin;11/27/1962, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p4
The article criticizes the report of Dag Hammarskjold about the events which transpired in Elisabethville and keystone of the United Nation's (UN) military operations in Katanga, Congo. The report dubbed S/4940 declares that UN troops went into action only to defend themselves against overt...
- Number of school fires increase by over half. Coryton, Monty // Education (14637073);3/26/2004, Issue 137, p1
Reports on the figures released by Zurich Municipal which showed an increase in the number of large fires causing significant damage to schools. Estimated percentage of fires that resulted from arson attacks; Factor to blame regarding arson attacks; Statement from Larry Stokes, underwriting...
- Toon house sifting through the ashes. Thomas, Archie // Daily Variety;10/12/2005, Vol. 289 Issue 8, p6
Reports that Aardman Animations is counting the costs of the fire that ravaged its Victorian warehouse in Bristol, England. Speculation that the cause of the blaze was arson; Loss of sketches and storyboards for the studio's animated films; Animal figures that gone up in smoke.
- Ashes to Ashes. // National Review;7/15/1996, Vol. 48 Issue 13, p16
The article discusses the incidents of black-church burnings by white evangelicals in the U.S. The number of church arsons has actually decreased in past few decades. A liberal organization that monitors hate groups has calculated that 80 black or multiracial churches have been burned in this...
- You Can't Support Naval Gunfire If the Air Won't Support You. Dutcher, Jason // Approach: The Naval Safety Center's Aviation Magazine;Sep2002, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p18
Focuses on the approach for naval-gunfire from a helicopter. Function of a naval-gunfire expert; Key to successful gunfire adjustment; Problems encountered during the flight.
- THE UNSPEAKABLE CRIME. Manning, Bill // Fire Engineering;Jun2001, Vol. 154 Issue 6, p4
Focuses on the arson problem in the United States. Odds of being victimized by arson; Percentage of fires committed by arsonists; State of arson investigation in the country; Challenges in combating arson.
- Arson! (Book Review). Amdursky, Saul J.; Gerhardt, Lillian N. // School Library Journal;Apr79, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p59
Reviews the book 'Arson!,' by Arnold Madison.
- SOUTHERN BELLES. Levine, Carrie // Travel & Leisure;Apr2004, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p40
Features the restored houses of two major historic figures in the U.S. Repair of the childhood residence of Thomas Wolfe in Ashville, North Carolina; Number of years spent to repair the arson damage to the house; Preservation of the presence of Martin Luther King Jr. in the Dexter Parsonage...
- Services emergency. Kyriakopoulos, Vikki // Bulletin with Newsweek;2/4/97, Vol. 116 Issue 6057, p15
Looks at the number of bush fires in Victoria as of early 1997. Damage figures of the fires; Speculation as to whether the fires in Melbourne's Dandenong Ranges were arson; Bickering between service unions and government; Strain placed on emergency services; The use of Intergraph to help track...
- Scandal, corruption rock Korean biz. Chik-Mann, Koh // Variety;12/16/96, Vol. 365 Issue 7, p32
Focuses on the corruption scandals which have rocked South Korea's motion picture industry as of December 16, 1996. Arrest of industry executives Kwak Jong-hwan and Lee Tae-won for arson and tax evasion charges; Industry insiders' claim that the government's prosecution was meant to intimidate...