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Saturday, January 10, 1970.



Birthdays


1502 Hendrik Niclaes, German/Dutch merchant/cult leader (Children of God)
1628 Jan Theunisz Blanckerhoff, [Jan Maet], seascape painter)
1635 Willem Brakel, Frisian theologist (Reasonable religion)
1638 Niels Stensen, Danish astronomer
1644 Louis Boufflers, marshall of France
1683 Gasparo Visconti, composer
1701 Johann Caspar Simon, composer
1738 Ethan Allen, Revolutionary War fighter (led the Green Mtn Boys)
1738 Ethan Allen, Revolutionary War fighter (lead the Green Mtn Boys)
1738 Ethan Allen, Revolutionary War fighter (led the Green Mtn Boys)
1747 Abraham L Breguet, French clock maker
1760 Johann Rudolf Zumsteeg, composer
1766 Louis Massonneau, composer
1768 James Varicick, 1st AME Zion Bishop
1769 Michel Ney, French marshal (Waterloo)
1778 Carolus Linnaeus, Swedish botanist (naming plants & animals)
1780 M Heinrich C Lichtenstein, German zoologist
1797 A V Droste-Hlshoff, writer
1814 Aubrey de Vere, Irish writer (Victorian Observer)
1815 Alexander Brydie Dyer, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1874
1815 Thomas Williams, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1862
1825 Alexander Travis Hawthorn, Brig Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1899
1834 John Acton, English historian/MP
1854 Peter Gast, composer
1855 Peter J Blok, Dutch historian (History of the Dutch People)
1858 Heinrich Zille, German cartoonist (Cheerful Bltter, Simplicissimus)
1864 George Washington Carver, agricultural scientist [or Jul 12]
1867 Gerhard Anschtz, German MP
1871 Enrica Freiin von Handel-Manzetti, Austrian author (Jesse & Maria)
1876 Johannes W "Jan" Eisenloeffel, Dutch goldsmith
1877 Frederick Gardner Cottrell, invented the electrostatic precipitator, used for pollution control and air ionizers.
1877 Frederick Gardner Cottrell, inventor (elecrostatic precipitator)
1877 Frederick Gardner Cottrell, invented the electrostatic precipitator, used for pollution control and air ionizers.
1880 Eduard M Meijers, Dutch lawyer (Short Cause)
1880 French van Cauwelaert, Flemish minister/mayor of Antwerp
1880 Grock, [Adrien Wettach], Swiss clown/circus director
1880 Manuel Azaa y Daz, PM/pres of 2nd Spanish republic (1936-39)
1882 Charles Trowbridge, Vera Cruz Mexico, actor (Fatal Hour)
1883 Aleksei Tolstoi, Russian poet/writer (Pjotr Peroyj) [NS]
1883 Florence Reed, Phila, silent film actress (Dancing Girl)
1883 Francis X Bushman, Norfolk VA, silent film actor (Ben Hur)
1884 James Philip Dunn, composer
1886 Jose Antonio de Donostia, composer
1887 Robinson Jeffers, US, poet/playwright (Tamar & Other Poems, Medea)
1888 Emile van Bosch, Dutch revue/operetta-artist (Fair Folks)
1888 Grock, Switzerland, clown
1890 Douglas MacLean, Phila, silent film comedian/producer (Going Up)
1890 Ernest Milton, SF CA, actor (Cat Girl, Fiddler's Three)
1891 Jos Speybrouck, Flemish painter
1892 Dumas Malone, Miss, historian (Jefferson & His Time)
1894 Reginald Denham, London, Broadway director (Obsession, The Bad Seed)
1897 Albert Moeschinger, composer
1898 Sergei M Eisenstein, Russian director (Alexandr Nevski) [OS]
1901 Pauline Starke, Joplin MO, actress (Dante's Inferno, Dance Magic)
1903 Barbara Hepworth, English abstract sculptor/actress (Rescued by Rover)
1903 Jean Morel, Abbeville France, conductor
1903 Jens A Schade, Danish writer (Schadebogen, Losses Hjsang)
1904 Ray Bolger
1904 Ray Bolger
1904 Ray Bolger
1904 Ray Bolger
1904 Ray Bolger
1904 Jesus Garcia Leoz, composer
1904 Ray Bolger, Dorchester Mass, actor/dancer (Wizard of Oz)
1908 Paul Henreid
1908 Paul Henreid
1908 Paul Henreid
1908 Paul Henreid
1908 Paul Henreid
1908 Bernard Lee, London England, actor (M in James Bond movies)
1908 Paul Henreid, Trieste, actor (Casablanca, 4 Horsemen of Apocalypse)
1909 Grace Mitchell, educator
1909 Rudolf Kubin, composer
1910 Galina Ulanova, Russian ballerina
1910 Dorothy Stroud, garden historian
1910 Galina Ulanova, St Petersburg Russia, ballerina (Bolshoi)
1910 Jean Martinon, Lyons France, conductor/composer
1910 Galina Ulanova, Russian ballerina
1911 Jan Boon, [Tjalie Robinson], Dutch East Indies publicist (Tong Tong)
1913 Gustav Husak, president of Czechoslavakia (1975-89)
1913 Haywood Frank Henry, sax player
1914 Claude Gallimard, France, publisher
1914 Polly Rowles, Phila Pa, actress (Aunt Laurie-Jamie)
1915 Dean Dixon, Zug Switzerland, conductor
1917 Jerry Wexler, music producer (Aretha Franklin/Bob Dylan)
1920 Georges Marchal, Nancy France, actor (Evil Eden, Gina, Milky Way)
1923 Ingeborg Drewitz, writer
1924 Ludmilla Chiraeff, ballet dancer
1925 Maxwell Roach, composer
1927 Gisele MacKenzie
1927 Johnnie Ray
1927 Gisele MacKenzie
1927 Johnnie Ray
1927 Gisele MacKenzie
1927 Johnnie Ray
1927 Gisele MacKenzie
1927 Johnnie Ray
1927 Gisele MacKenzie
1927 Johnnie Ray
1927 Gisele MacKenzie, Winnipeg Manitoba, singer/actress (Your Hit Parade)
1927 Johnnie Ray, Dallas OR, pop singer (Cry)
1927 Lee Philips, Bkln NY, actor (Ellery Queen)
1928 Donald Brooks, fashion designer (Emmy 1983)
1928 Wallace Berry, composer
1930 Byron "Wild Child" Gipson, blues singer
1930 Roy E Disney, CEO (Disney)
1931 Alexander L "Alex" Boraine, S Africa vicar/MP
1931 Ron Galella, celebrity photographer (sued by Jackie O)
1933 Akira Miyoshi, composer
1933 Len Coldwell, cricket bowler (Engld medium-fast in 7 Tests 1962-64)
1933 Leonard John Coldwell, cricketer
1935 Georg Katzer, composer
1935 Ronnie Hawkins, Ark, rocker (The Band-Who Do You Love?)
1935 Sherrill Milnes, Hinsdale Illinois, baritone
1938 Francis W "Frank" Mahovlich, Canadian ice hockey player
1938 Frank Mahovlich, NHL Hall of Famer (Mont Canadians)
1938 Ivan Twigden, English contractor/multi-millionaire (Twigden PLC)
1938 Willie "Stretch" McCovey, 1st baseman (SF Giant #44)
1939 Sal Mineo
1939 Sal Mineo
1939 Sal Mineo
1939 Sal Mineo
1939 Sal Mineo
1939 Bill Toomey, Phila Pa, decathelete (Olympic-gold-68)
1939 Sal Mineo, NYC, actor (Exodus, Rebel Without a Cause)
1940 Harry Gant, NASCAR driver
1942 Aleksandr Yakovlevich Petrushenko, Russia, cosmonaut
1942 Jack Regan, broadcaster
1942 Jim Croce, Phila, rock vocalist (Time in a Bottle)
1942 Walter Hill, director (48 Hours, Extreme Prejudice)
1945 Rod Stewart
1945 Rod Stewart
1945 Rod Stewart
1945 Rod Stewart
1945 Rod Stewart
1945 Frank Sinatra Jr, Jersey City NJ, singer/bandleader (Golddigers)
1945 Rod Stewart, London, singer (Maggie Mae, Do You Think I'm Sexy)
1946 Alexis Nihon Jr, Bahamas, wrestler (Olympics-1968)
1946 Aynsley Dunbar, rocker (Journey, Jefferson Starship)
1946 Bob Lang, rock bassist (Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders)
1947 George Alec Effinger, US, sci-fi author (Nick of Time)
1948 Cyril Neville, US singer/percussionist (Neville Bros-Yellow Moon)
1948 Donald Fagen, Passaic NJ, rock vocalist/keyboardist (Steely Dan-Peg)
1948 William Sanderson, Memphis Tenn, actor (Larry-Newhart, Blade Runner)
1949 George Foreman
1949 George Foreman
1949 George Foreman
1949 George Foreman
1949 George Foreman
1949 George Foreman, Houston Tx, world HW boxing champ (1973-74, 95)
1949 Teresa Graves, Houston Tx, actress (Laugh-in, Get Christie Love)
1949 Walter S Browne, US chess champion (1974-78, 1980-84)
1950 Cyril Neville, rocker (Neville Brothers)
1951 Kathleen Bradley, Youngstown Oh, model (Price is Right)
1952 Scott Thurston, keyboardist/guitarist (Motels-Only the Lonely)
1953 Pat Benatar
1953 Pat Benatar
1953 Pat Benatar
1953 Pat Benatar
1953 Pat Benatar
1953 Bobby Rahal, Indy-car racer (over 15 wins)
1953 Pat Benatar, [Andrezejewski], Bkln NY, singer (Hell Is for Children)
1955 Luci Martin, rocker vocalist (Chic)
1955 Michael Schenker, heavy metal rocker (MSG-Coming on Strong, Scorpions)
1957 Robert Thompson, Houston TX, Nike golfer (1990 Boise Open-2nd)
1958 Shawn Colvin, singer/guitarist
1959 Chandra Cheesborough, Jacksonville Fla, 4X100 runner (Olympic-gold-84)
1959 Don Letts, rocker (Big Audio Dynamite)
1959 Kirk & Curtwood, musician (Meat Puppets)
1961 Evan Handler, NYC, actor (Dear Mr Wonderful)
1961 Janet Jones, Bridgeton MO, actress (American Anthem, Flamingo Kid)
1961 Nadja Salerni-Sonnenberg, Rome Italy, concert violinist
1962 Jim Lindeman, US baseball outfielder (NY Mets)
1963 Frank Wijnhoven, Dutch soccer player (NEC, Treffers)
1964 Karen Josephson, Bristol Ct, synchronized swimmer (Olympic-gold-1992)
1964 Krista Tesreau, St Louis Mo, actress (Tina-OLTL, Silk Stalkings)
1964 Sarah Josephson, Bristol Ct, synchronized swimmer (Olympic-gold-1992)
1965 James Washington, NFL safety (Dallas Cowboys, Wash Redskins)
1965 Nathan, rocker (Brother Beyond-Can You Keep a Secret)
1967 Mick Hankers, Dutch dancer (Josephine, Sound of Motown)
1967 Micky Michelle, [Ingrid Hankers], Dutch dancer (Josephine)
1967 Trini Alvarado, actor (Frighteners)
1968 Lyle Menendez, NY, accused of killing his parents (Menendez Brothers)
1968 Malcolm Showell, WLAF defensive end (Amsterdam Admirals)
1969 Doug E Doug, rapper/comedian (Operation Dumbo Drop, Jungle Fever)
1969 Juanita Clayton, Manitou Manitoba, softball catcher (Olympics-96)
1970 Cameron MacKenzie, Australian 100m/200m/400m (Olympics-96)
1970 Deon Figures, NFL cornerback/PR (Pitts Steelers)
1970 James Wilson, WLAF defensive end (Rhein Fire)
1971 Guylaine Cloutier, Levis QUE, 100m breaststroke swimmer (Oly-4-92, 96)
1971 Sergi Bruguera, Italy, tennis star
1972 Thomas Lewis, NFL wide receiver (NY Giants)
1973 Berry Radstraat, Dutch soccer player (NEC, SCH)
1973 Glenn Robinson, Gary In, NBA forward (Milw, Olympics-gold-96)
1973 Travis Davis, NFL strong safety (NO Saints, Jacksonville Jaguars)
1974 Andre Kirwan, CFL receiver (Toronto Argonauts)
1974 Hollis Thomas, defensive tackle (Philadelphia Eagles)
1975 Shannon Kavanaugh, Boston Mass, rocker (Ivory Soul)
1979 Chris H E Smith, [Daddy Mack], Atlanta, rapper (Kris Kross-Warm it Up)

Events


69 Roman emperor Galba adopts Marcus Piso Licinianus as Csar
236 St Fabian begins his reign as Catholic Pope
1072 Robert Guiscard conquers Palermo
1356 German emperor Charles I delegates Golden Degree
1429 Order of Golden Fleece established in Austria-Hungary & Spain
1430 Duke Philip the Good marries Isabella of Portugal
1430 Order of the Guilder forms
1514 Complutensian New Testament in Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek & Latin finished
1550 1st sitting of "Vurige Chamber" in Paris
1642 King Charles I & family flee London for Oxford
1663 King Charles II affirms charter of Royal African Company
1731 Charles Farnese becomes duke of Parma/Piacenza
1776 "Common Sense" by Thomas Paine is published.
1776 "Common Sense" by Thomas Paine is published.
1776 "Common Sense" by Thomas Paine, published
1799 Friedrich von Schiller's "Die Piccolomini," premieres in Weimar
1806 Dutch in Capetown surrender to British
1808 Herman Daendels succeeds A Wiese as gov-gen of Neth Indies
1810 French church annuls marriage of Napoleon I & Josphine
1811 Louisiana slaves rebell in 2 parishes
1833 Felix Mendelssohn's "Die erste Walpurgisnacht," premieres in Berlin
1839 Tea from India 1st arrives in UK
1840 The Penny Post mail system is started.
1840 The Penny Post mail system is started.
1840 Penny Post mail system is starts
1845 Poets Elizabeth Barrett & Robert Browning begin corresponding
1853 Charles Reade's "Gold," premieres in London
1861 Florida becomes 3rd state to secede from US
1861 Ft Jackson & Ft Philip are taken over by LA state troops
1861 US forts & property seized by Mississippi
1862 Battle of Big Sandy River, KY (Middle Creek)
1862 Battle of Romney, WV
1863 1st underground railway opens in London.
1863 1st underground railway opens in London.
1863 1st underground railway opens in London
1863 General McClernand's Union troops surround Fort Hindman Ark
1863 January-uprising begins in Poland
1863 London's 1st subway opens
1870 Georgia legislature reconvenes
1870 John D Rockefeller incorporates Standard Oil
1878 US Senate proposes female suffrage
1883 Fire at uninsured Newhall Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin kills 71. General Tom Thumb of P T Barnum fame, escapes unhurt
1889 Ivory Coast declared a protectorate of France
1890 Edward Macdowell's "Lancelot & Elaine," premieres
1890 Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Sapientiae Christianae
1893 Richard Drigo's ballet "Magic Flute" premieres, St Petersburg
1897 Henrik Ibsen's "John Gabriel Borkman," premieres in Helsingfors
1897 Vincent d'Indy's "Istar" premieres in Amsterdam & Brussels
1900 Lord Roberts & Lord Kitchener reach Capetown
1901 Oil discovered in Texas
1902 Alphons Diepenbrock's "Te Deum" premieres (Amsterdam)
1910 1st international air meet in US held, in LA
1910 Lunt-Fontanne Theater (Globe) opens at 205 W 46th St NYC
1911 1st photo in US taken from an airplane, San Diego
1911 Honduras signs treaty turning over customs to US (not ratified)
1911 Trumper scored double cricket ton v South Africa, goes on to get 214
1912 Caillaux govt in France resigns
1912 World's 1st flying boat's maiden flight, (Glenn Curtiss in NY)
1914 1st edition of Hague's Post under SF van Oss, published
1914 Oscar Mathisen skates world record 500 m in 43.7 sec in Oslo
1916 Russian offensive in Kaukasus
1920 League of Nations established
1920 Mont Canadiens (14) & Tor St Patricks (7) score NHL record 21 goals
1920 Silver reaches record $1.37 an ounce
1923 Last US troops leave Rhineland (Germany)
1923 Lithuania seizes & annexes country of Memel
1925 France-Saarland forms
1925 Miriam (Ma) Ferguson sworn in as TX gov, nation's 2nd woman governor
1927 Fritz Lang's Metropolis premieres
1928 G/I Gershwin/Romberg/Wodehouse's musical "Rosalie," premieres in NYC
1928 Soviet Union orders exile of Leon Trotsky
1929 Elmer Rice's "Street Scene," premieres in NYC
1930 Commencement of NZ's 1st Test, v England Christchurch
1930 Maurice Allom takes Test hat-trick England v NZ Christchurch
1930 Mordovian Autonomous Region in RSFSR constituted
1931 Phila Quakers defeat Montral, ends NHL-record 15-game losing streak
1932 "Mickey Mouse" & "Silly Symphony" comics syndicated
1932 "Pete the Tramp" cartoon strip by C D Russell debuts
1935 Actress Mary Pickford marries actor Douglas Fairbanks
1938 Eduard van Beinum becomes world's 1st conductor at Concert Hall
1938 Jean Anouilh's "La Sauvage," premieres in Paris
1938 Paul Vincent Carroll's "White Seed," premieres in NYC
1939 Bradman hits 186 SA v Qld before Christ catches him at short-leg
1941 Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic & Old Lace," premieres in NYC
1941 Seyss-Inquart begins registration of Jews
1942 Japan invades North-Celebes, Neth Indies
1943 Russian offensive against German 6th/4th Armies near Stalingrad
1943 1st US pres to visit a foreign country in wartime-FDR leaves for Casablanca, Morocco
1944 1st mobile electric power plant delivered, Phila
1944 British troops conquer Maungdaw, Burma
1945 Los Angeles Railway (with 5 streetcar lines) forced to close.
1945 Los Angeles Railway (with 5 streetcar lines) forced to close.
1945 Baseball writers again fail to elect a new Hall of Famer
1945 LA Railway (with 5 streetcar lines) forced to close
1945 No one is elected to baseball's Hall of Fame
1946 UN General Assembly meets for first time
1946 US Army establishes first radar contact with moon. It's there.
1946 UN General Assembly meets for first time
1946 US Army establishes first radar contact with moon. It's there.
1946 1st radar contact with Moon
1946 UN General Assembly meets for 1st time (London)
1946 US Army establishes 1st radar contact with Moon, Belmar, NJ
1947 "Finian's Rainbow" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 725 performances
1947 British stop ships Independence & In-Gathering from landing in Israel
1947 Greek steamer "Himara" strikes a wartime mine in Saronic Gulf south of Athens with loss of 392 of 637 aboard
1948 "Call Me Mister" closes at National Theater NYC after 734 performances
1949 first Jewish family show - The Goldberg's begin
1949 first Jewish family show - The Goldberg's begin
1949 1st Jewish family show "Goldbergs" premieres on CBS
1949 RCA introduces 45 RPM record
1951 first jet passenger trip made
1951 first jet passenger trip made
1951 1st jet passenger trip made
1951 UN headquarters opens in Manhattan NY
1952 Jean Anouilh's "La valse des toradors," premieres in Paris
1953 "My Darlin' Aida" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 89 perfs
1953 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Archibald MacLeish
1953 NFL Pro Bowl: N Conf beats A Conf 27-7
1954 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to W H Auden
1956 Elvis records "Heartbreak Hotel"
1957 Anthony Eden resigns & Harold Macmillan becomes PM Britain
1957 Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick rules Bing Crosby can keep token stock in the Det Tigers, even though he owns part of Pitts Pirates
1958 Jerry Lee Lewis' "Great Balls of Fire" reaches #1
1960 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Delmore Schwartz
1962 4,000 die in avalanche, Ranrahirca, Per
1962 Eruptions on Mount Huascaran in Peru destroy 7 villages & kill 3,500
1964 Battles between moslems & hindus in Calcutta
1964 Panama severs diplomatic relations with US
1964 US version of "That Was The Week That Was," premieres
1965 Bollingen prize for poetry awarded to Horace Gregory
1965 NFL Pro Bowl: West beats East 34-14
1965 WKBD TV channel 50 in Detroit, MI (IND) begins broadcasting
1966 India & Pakistan sign peace accord
1966 Julian Bond denied seat in Ga legislature for opposing Vietnam War
1967 Dutch Princess Margret marries Pieter van Vollenhoven
1967 Edward Brooke, takes (Sen-R-Mass) seat as 1st popular elected black
1967 Lester Maddox inaugurated as governor of Georgia
1967 PBS (the National Educational TV) begins as a 70 station network
1967 Princess Margret marries Mr Pieter van Vollenhoven
1968 "Great Balls of Fire" reaches #1
1968 US Surveyor 7 lands near lunar crater Tycho
1969 USSR's Venera 6 launched for parachute landing on Venus
1969 USSR's Venera 6 launched for parachute landing on Venus
1969 Pirate Radio Station Free Derby begins operation by Northern Ireland
1969 Sweden (1st Western country) recognizes North Vietnam
1969 USSR's Venera 6 launched for parachute landing on Venus
1970 Preview Center Opens
1971 "Light, Lively & Yiddish" closes at Belasco Theater NYC after 87 perfs
1971 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Richard Wilbur
1972 LA Lakers 33 straight win streak snapped, losing to Bucks 120-104
1972 Sheik Mujib ur-Rahman arrives in Dacca, East-Pakistan
1972 Triple album set "Concert for Bangladesh" released in UK
1973 Gas tank on Staten Island explodes, 40 die
1977 20th hat trick in Islander history - Bobby Nystrom
1978 Soyuz 27 is launched
1978 Soyuz 27 is launched
1978 Soyuz 27 carring 2 cosmonauts to Salyut 6 space station, launched
1979 1st brother Billy Carter makes allegedly anti-Semitic remarks
1979 Entertainer of the Year Awards
1980 Last broadcast of "Rockford Files" on NBC
1980 Jim Stewart, Bruin's rookie goalie allows 3 goals in his 1st 4 mins & a total of 5 in 1st period; he never again plays in NHL
1981 El Salvador guerrilla group FMLN opens "general offensive"
1981 John Severin sets 100-mi unicycle speed record, 9 h 21 m
1982 -17F (27.2C) in Braemar Grampian (equals UK record)
1982 Bengals beat Chargers in -59F (-51C) to win AFC championship
1982 Petra Schneider swims world record 1500 m freestyle (15:43.31)
1983 NY Supreme Court issues a preliminary injunction barring NY Yankees from playing season-opening series against Tigers in Denver
1984 Argentine ex-president/general Bignone arrested
1984 Bulgarian Tupolev 134 crashs at Sofia airport in Bulgaria, 50 die
1984 Clara Peller 1st asks, "Where's the Beef?"
1984 Luis Aparicio, Harmon Killebrew, & D Drysdale elected to Hall of Fame
1984 US establishes full diplomatic relations with Vatican after 117 years
1985 Daniel Ortega Saavedra inaugurated as president of Nicaragua
1986 Palau signs Compact of Free Association with US
1986 STS 61-C mission scrubbed T -9m because of bad weather at Kennedy
1988 "Don't Get God Started" closes at Longacre Theater NYC after 86 perfs
1990 "Les Miserables," opens at Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore
1990 China lifts martial law (imposed after Tiananmen Square massacre)
1990 NCAA approves random drug testing for college football players
1991 Japan ends routine fingerprinting of all adult ethnic Koreans
1991 US Congress begins debate on Persian Gulf crisis
1992 8th Soap Opera Digest Awards
1993 "My Favorite Year" closes at Vivian Beaumont NYC after 37 perfs
1993 "Sea Gull" closes at Lyceum Theater NYC after 48 performances
1993 Maiden flight of Ultrair (Houston to LA)
1994 Trial of Lorena Bobbitt who cut off her husband's penis, begins
1994 Ukraine says it will give up world's 3rd largest nuclear arsenal
1994 Uzbekistan & Kazakhstan agrees to abolish trade tariffs
1995 "Late Late Show" with Tom Snyder premieres on CBS at 12:30 AM
1996 Israel frees hundreds of Palestinian prisoners
1996 Jimmy Johnson announced as new coach of Miami Dolphins
1997 "Rehersal," closes at Criterion Theater NYC
1997 1st Comet of 1997 Discovered: Comet 1997 A1
1997 4,000th episode of "Entertainment Tonight"
1997 Dow Corning provides $295 billion to settle breast implant suits
1997 Italy's new 1,000 lire coin shows divided Germany on map
1997 Right-winger Arnoldo Aleman sworn in as president of Nicaragua
1998 18th United Negro College Fund raises (rebroadcasted Jan 17th)

That's All....

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