Erscheinungsdatum: 01/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Multi-Skilling in the Five-Star Hotel Industry in Taiwan, Titelzusatz: The Exploratory Research of Multi-Skilling on the departments of Front Office, Restaurant, and Housekeeping, Autor: Chen, Li-Cheng, Verlag: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Management, Seiten: 276, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 427 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Hotel Theresa was a vibrant center of black life in Harlem, New York City, in the mid-20th century. The hotel sits at the intersection of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard (formerly known as 7th Avenue and 125th Street). The hotel was built by German-born stockbroker Gustavus Sidenberg (1843-1915), and designed by the firm of Buchman and Fox in a neo-renaissance style. It opened in 1913 and was from then, until the construction of the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building across the street in 1973, the tallest building in Harlem. It has a striking white brick facade and was known as the "Waldorf Astoria of Harlem." From the time it opened until 1940, the hotel accepted only white guests plus a few black celebrities. This changed when the hotel passed to new management.
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Mr. Robert Paul Killian's avid interest in biblical chronology has a history of over seventy years. The Killian family had visited the Natural History Museum and the La Brea Tar Pit in the Los Angles area before his seventh birthday in June of 1939. Later, when the Killian family moved from Los Angles to Grants Pass, Oregon, in early 1945, Bob continued to indulge his curiosity in the study of the biblical stories. He had enlisted in the US Navy Reserve during his last year at Grants Pass High School, graduating with 'the Class of 50.' He then volunteered for two years active duty in the US Navy in late summer of 1951 to serve in the 'Korean Conflict.' When that war ended in June of 1953, he was honorably discharged and chose to serve with the Grants Pass Naval Reserve Program for a total of eight years. That choice resulted in his being awarded a second honorable discharge from the US Naval Reserve in 1958. When he married Charlotte B. Cobbs, of Provolt, Oregon, in 1953, he found that one of their most common interests in their young lives was the study of biblical history and biblical chronology in particular. Charlotte, nicknamed 'Chucky,' had attended one semester at Loyola Bible College in the Los Angles area the year before they married. She had brought home a 'butcher-paper-scroll' of the biblical timeline of Archbishop James Ussher. The scroll is still very readable to this day. It is available to anyone visiting his home, now in Monaco. Bob and Chucky had four children born within the six years between 1954 and 1959. The firstborn, Robert Clair; the second, LaDessa Ellen; the third, Trenna Fay; and Richard Clay, fourth and the last. Chucky often said that 'it was like shelling peas.' Bob and Chucky amicably divorced in 1962. Bob had begun a forty-two-year career in hotel casino operations at Lake Tahoe in 1960. Forty-two years later, in 2002, after a fulfilling career in hotel casino operations management worldwide, Bob retired in Monte Carlo, Monaco. He had married again in 1981 'On-the Rock' of Monaco with a lovely retired lady, Josette Galliano, who had been 'a functionaire' of the Monegasque Telephone Office for twenty-five years. They are living now in a quiet residential area of Monaco. In early 2004, Bob's interest in biblical chronology was renewed when he found an online question by John Morris, president of ICR, Institute for Creation Research. The question, 'Can the Ussher Chronology be Trusted?' His answer is: This present book: Chronology of the Hebrew Bible Re-viewed. It is fruit of Bob's seventy-year biblical study.