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Thursday, July 26, 2018.



Birthdays


1467 Ferdinand II, King of Naples
1678 Joseph I Habsburg, German king/Roman catholic emperor (1705-11)
1694 Johann Samuel Endler, composer
1739 George Clinton, NY, (D-R) 4th VP (1805-12)
1782 John Field, Dublin Ireland, pianist/composer (Nocturnes)
1791 Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart, 6th child of Austrian composer WAM
1796 George Catlin, US, author/painter (American Indian scenes)
1799 Isaac Babbitt, invented babbitt's metal for bearings
1801 John Drake Sloat, Ret Major General Comm (Union Navy), died in 1867
1802 Winthrop Mackworth Praed, London, poet/politician
1805 Constantine Brumidi, artist (Myrtle Murdock)
1820 John Marshall Jones, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1864
1829 August Beernaert, Belgian premier (1884-94) (Nobel-1909)
1842 Alfred Marshall, London, economist
1856 George Bernard Shaw, dramatist (Pygmalion) (Nobel 1925) in Dublin
1856 George Bernard Shaw, dramatist (Pygmalion) (Nobel 1925) in Dublin
1856 George Bernard Shaw, Dublin Ire, dramatist (Pygmalion-Nobel 1925)
1858 Tommy Garrett, cricketer (original Australian Test player)
1860 Philippe J Bunau-Varilla, French engineer (Colombia-Panama)
1863 Jazeps Witols, composer
1865 Philipp Scheidemann, German Parliament (SPD)/mayor of Kassel
1866 Francesco Cilea, composer
1872 George Louis Beer, historian (authority on British colonies)
1874 Serge Koussevitzky, Vishny-Volotchok, Russia conductor (Boston Symp)
1875 Carl Jung, founded analytic psychology.
1875 Carl Jung, founded analytic psychology.
1875 Carl Gustav Jung, Switzerland, doctor (founded analytic psychology)
1876 Ernest Schelling, Belvidere NJ, composer/conductor (Victory Ball)
1877 Hubert Ahaus, missionary (Harvest Fields)
1881 Alexander J Kropholler, architect
1885 Andr‚ Maurois, Elbeuf, France, novelist/biographer
1888 M Jouhandeau, writer
1891 Jacques Pirenne, Belgian historian
1892 Pearl Buck, prize winning novelist
1892 Philipp Jarnach, composer
1893 George Grosz, German painter (Gott mit uns)
1894 Aldous Huxley, author (Brave New World).
1894 Aldous Huxley, author (Brave New World).
1894 Aldous L Huxley, Surrey England, author (Brave New World)
1894 Ludovicus J Rogier, Dutch historian (Henric van Veldeken)
1895 Jerry Verno, London England, actor (River of Unrest, Sweeney Todd)
1895 Robert Graves, London England, writer/poet (I Claudius) [or 6/26]
1896 Charles Butterworth, US, lawyer/actor (Mad Genius)
1896 Evelyn Preer, US actress (Homesteader, Spider's Webs)
1897 Paul Gallico, NY, novelist
1899 Carel C van Essen, Dutch archaeologist (Italian & Roman art)
1899 Danton Walker, Mariette Ga, columnist (Broadway Spotlight)
1901 John Bleifer, Zawiercie Poland, actor (Highway to Heaven)
1902 Gracie Allen
1902 Gracie Allen
1902 Gracie Allen
1902 Gracie Allen
1902 Gracie Allen
1902 Gracie Allen, SF Calif, Mrs George Burns/comedian (Burns & Allen)
1903 Donald Voorhees, Allentown Pa, conductor (Bell Telephone Hour)
1904 Jack Allan Westrup, composer
1906 Armando Jose Fernandes, composer
1907 Gioconda de Vito, violinist
1907 Istvan Pelle, Hungary, gymnist (Olympic-gold-1932)
1908 Salvador Allende Gossens, Chile's last elected president (1970-73)
1909 Gerardina I "Diny" van Amstel, Dutch actress (Dijntje & Trijntje)
1912 Vivian Vance
1912 Vivian Vance
1912 Vivian Vance
1912 Vivian Vance
1912 Vivian Vance
1912 Derek Riches, diplomat
1913 Lou Salica, US, flyweight boxer (Olympic-bronze-1932)
1913 Vivian Vance, comic sidekick
1914 Ralph Hunsecker Blane, songwriter
1917 Bertil Nordahl, Sweden, soccer player (Olympic-gold-1948)
1917 Richard Desborough Burnell, England, double sculls (Olympic-gold-1948)
1919 James Lovelock, scientist
1919 Kenneth Snowman, antiquarian
1920 Bob Waterfield, NFL QB (Rams)
1922 Blake Edwards
1922 Jason Robards, Jr.
1922 Blake Edwards
1922 Jason Robards, Jr.
1922 Blake Edwards
1922 Jason Robards, Jr.
1922 Blake Edwards
1922 Jason Robards, Jr.
1922 Blake Edwards
1922 Jason Robards, Jr.
1922 Andrzej Koszewski, composer
1922 Blake Edwards, OK, writer/director (10, SOB, Breakfast at Tiffany's)
1922 Frank Price, CEO (British Waterways Board)
1922 Jason Robards Jr, Chicago, actor (A Thousand Clowns, Any Wednesday)
1922 Marjorie Lord, SF Calif, actress (Kathy-Danny Thomas Show)
1923 [James] Hoyt Wilhelm, knuckleball pitcher (Orioles)
1923 Peter Carey, permanent secretary (DTI)
1924 Elias Motsoaledi, South African Umkhonto we Sizwe-commandant
1924 John Kilgour, director of prison medical services (Home Office)
1924 Louis Bellson, Rock Falls Ill, orch leader (Pearl Bailey Show)
1926 Barbara Jefford, actress (Saint, Reunion, Ulysses)
1926 Don Carter, bowling great (1st PBA president)
1926 James Best, Corydon Ind, actor (Savages, Sounder, Rolling Thunder)
1927 G S Ramchand, cricketer (valuable all-rounder in 33 Tests for India)
1927 M H W Wells, CEO (Charterhouse Japhet)
1928 Stanley Kubrick, director (2001, The Shining, A Clockwork Orange)
1928 Stanley Kubrick, director (2001, The Shining, A Clockwork Orange)
1928 Hans Haselbock, composer
1928 Stanley Kubrick, Bronx NY, director (2001, Dr Strangelove, Lolita)
1928 Tadeusz Baird, Polish composer (Giocosa)
1929 Alexis Weissenberg, Sofia Bulgaria, pianist (Levintritt-1948)
1929 Jean Shepherd, humorist (Playboy satire Award 1966, 1967, 1969)
1930 Baroness Oppenheim-Barnes
1931 A M F (Sandy) Ross, managing-director (Mary Quant)
1931 Takashi Ono, Japan, gymnist (Olympic-gold-1956, 60)
1933 Lance Percival, actor/singer (Darling Lili, Our Miss Fred)
1934 Anthony Gilbert, composer
1936 Antonio Mastrogiovanni, composer
1936 Kathryn Hays, NYC, actress (Kim Hughes-As the World Turns)
1938 Keith Peters, physician
1938 Peter Hall, diplomat
1939 J W Howard, Prime Minister of Australia
1940 Brian Mawhinney, chairman (British Conservative Party)
1940 Mary Jo Kopechne, Ted Kennedy's d(r)iving buddy
1941 Bobby Hebb, Nashville Tn, country singer/songwriter (Sunny)
1941 Brenton Wood, Shreveport La, rocker (Gimme Little Sign)
1941 Darlene Love, singer/actress (Lethal Weapon)
1941 Hans Gualth‚rie van Weezel, Dutch 2nd Chamber member (CDA)
1942 Dobie Gray, Brookshire Tx, singer (In Crowd)
1943 Mick Jagger, never gathers moss
1943 Mick Jagger, never gathers moss
1943 Mick Jagger, Eng, rock vocalist (Rolling Stone)
1943 Peter Hyams, director (2010, Capricorn 1, Relic, Timecop)
1943 Roger Smalley, composer
1944 Kiel Martin, Pitts Pa, actor (Det LaRue-Hill Street Blues)
1944 Micki J King, springboard diver (Olympic-gold-1972)
1944 Rimantas Antanas-Antonovich Stankiavichus, Russian cosmonaut
1945 Linda Harrison, Berlin Md, actress (Bracken's World, Planet of Apes)
1946 Anne Wright, Vice-Chancellor (Sunderland U)
1946 Helen Mirren, [Eleni Mironova], England, actress (Cook Thief Wife)
1947 Pauline Clare, Chief Constable (Lancashire)
1948 Norair Nurikian, Bulgari, bantam weight (Olympic-gold-1972, 76)
1949 Roger Taylor
1949 Roger Taylor
1949 Roger Taylor
1949 Roger Taylor
1949 Roger Taylor
1949 Roger Taylor, British rock drummer (Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody)
1949 William M Shepherd, Oak Ridge Tn, Capt USN/astronaut (STS 27, 41, 52)
1950 Paul McHale, (Rep-D-Pennsylvania)
1950 Susan George, London England, actress (Straw Dogs, Mandingo)
1951 Robert Edwin Wadkins, Richmond VA, PGA golfer (1994 Kemper Open-2nd)
1951 William Surles "Bill" McArthur Jr, NC, astro (STS 58, 74, sk: 92)
1952 Ludmila Maslakova, USSR, relay runner (Olympic-silver-1980)
1952 Scott David Cook, Glendale Ca, CEO (Intuit-Quicken)
1954 Lawrence Watt-Evans, US, sci-fi author (Hugo, Sword of Bheleu)
1954 Vitas Gerulaitis, Brooklyn NY, tennis star (Australia 1987)
1955 Nicholas Walker, Bogota Col, actor (Capitol, Jimmy-General Hospital)
1956 Dorothy Hamill
1956 Dorothy Hamill
1956 Dorothy Hamill
1956 Dorothy Hamill
1956 Dorothy Hamill
1956 Dorothy Hamill, Riverside Ct, figure skater (Olympic-gold-1976)
1957 Jeff Blatnick, Schenectady NY, wrestling (Oly-gold-1984)
1957 Nana Visitor, [Tucker], actress (Deep Space 9)
1957 Wayne Desmond Grady, Brisbane Australia, PGA golfer (1990 PGA)
1957 Wayne Grady, Brisbane QLD, Australasia golfer
1958 Ramona Neubert, German DR, long jumper/pentathlete (Oly-4th-80)
1959 Kevin Spacey
1959 Kevin Spacey
1959 Kevin Spacey
1959 Kevin Spacey
1959 Kevin Spacey
1959 Kevin Spacey, South Orange NJ, actor (Dad, Henry & June, Darrow)
1960 LaTaunya Pollard, East Chic Ind, (Olympics-1980, 84)
1960 Mitch Kahn, San Clemente Calif, kayak (alt-Olympics-96)
1961 Andy Connel, rocker (Swingout Sister-Swingout)
1961 Gary Cherone, Boston, heavy metal vocalist (Extreme-More Than Words)
1961 Terri Nunn, rock vocalist (Berlin-Takes My Breath Away)
1961 Yolanda Chen, Moscow Russia, triple jumper (indoor record)
1962 Galina Chistyakova, Russian jumper (world record 1988)
1962 Jody Reed, Tampa FL, infielder (San Diego Padres)
1963 Andrew C Timmons, Scottsdale Az, guitarist (Danger Danger-Screw It)
1963 Marianne Berglund, Sweden, cyclist (1983 Ruffles Tour of Texas)
1964 Jeremy Piven, NYC, actor (Spence-Ellen, Grosse Pointe Blank)
1964 Sandra Bullock, Wash DC, actress (Speed, Net, Love & War)
1965 Sandra Bullock
1965 Sandra Bullock
1965 Sandra Bullock
1965 Sandra Bullock
1965 Sandra Bullock
1965 Jennifer Ashe, actress (As the World Turns)
1967 David McKenzie, Footscray VIC, Australasia golfer
1968 Laura Leighton, Iowa City IA, actress (Sydney-Melrose Place)
1968 Mike Mohler, Dayton OH, pitcher (Oakland A's)
1969 Greg Colbrunn, Fontana CA, infielder (Florida Marlins)
1969 Jonty Rhodes, South African cricket batsman (brilliant fielder)
1969 Marc Boutte, NFL defensive tackle (Washington Redskins)
1969 Patrick Alfred Bates, St Louis MO, PGA golfer (1994 NIKE Dakota Open)
1970 Kenny Wilhite, CFL defensive back (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
1970 Phil Alley, cricketer (NSW left-arm pace bowler)
1971 Neus Avila, Lerida Spain, tennis star (Futures-Valencia-ESP 1995)
1971 Reggie Carthon, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
1972 Ryan Christopherson, NFL running back (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1972 Sean Graham, CFL slot back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
1972 Tydus Winans, NFL/CFL wide receiver (Washington Redskins, Roughriders)
1973 Jean Fran‡ois Bergeron, St Jerome Quebec, boxer (Olympics-96)
1973 Peter Heijsteek, soccer player (DFC/Dordrecht '90)
1974 Bubba Wells, NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks)
1975 Joe Smith, NBA forward (Golden State Warriors)

Events


Delta Aquarid meteor shower, radiant in Aquarius.
The start of the Black-Eyed Peas Jamboree in Athens, Texas
Independence Day, celebrated in Liberia.
Delta Aquarid meteor shower, radiant in Aquarius.
The start of the Black-Eyed Peas Jamboree in Athens, Texas
Independence Day, celebrated in Liberia.
811 Battle at Pliska: Bulgarian under monarch Krum beat Byzantine
1267 Inquistion forms in Rome under pope Clement IV
1497 "Edward IV's son" Perkin Warbecks army lands in Cork
1499 Alonso dhe Ojeda discovers Curacao Island
1519 Pizarro receives royal charter for S American west coast
1524 James I (12) becomes king of Scotland
1529 Francisco Pizarro appointed governor of Peru
1576 Muitende Spanish troops conquer Aalst
1579 Francis Drake leaves SF to cross Pacific Ocean
1588 John Hawkins becomes a knight
1656 Rembrandt declares he is insolvent
1663 France annexes Venaissin
1678 England & Netherlands signs treaty: sending ultimatum to France
1757 Battle at Hastenbeck: French army beats duke of Cumberland
1758 British battle fleet under gen James Wolfe conquerors Louisbourg
1759 French troops vacate Ticonderoga NY
1760 Austrian troops occupy Fort Glatz Silezi‰
1775 Benjamin Franklin becomes the first Postmaster General.
1775 Benjamin Franklin becomes the first Postmaster General.
1775 1st Postmaster General: Benjamin Franklin of Pa takes office
1788 NY becomes 11th state to ratify constitution
1788 Sydney, Australia settled by British colonists
1790 US passes Assumption bill making US responsible for state debts
1805 Naples/Calabria struck by Earthquake; about 26,000 die
1822 Secret meeting of Simon Bolivar & Jos‚ de San Martin
1826 Vilnus Lithuanian riots cause death of many Jews
1832 HMS Beagle anchors in Montevideo
1835 1st sugar cane plantation started in Hawaii
1847 Liberia gains its independence.
1847 Liberia gains its independence.
1847 Liberia declares independence from American Colonization Society
1847 Moses Garrish Farmer builds 1st miniature train for children to ride
1848 1st Woman's Rights Convention (Senecca Falls NY)
1858 Baron Lionel de Rothschild is 1st Jew elected to British Parliament
1863 Battle of Salineville OH, John Hunt Morgan & 364 troops surrender
1864 -31] Riot at McCook's to Lovejoy Station GA, US600 CS---
1864 -31] Riot at Stoneman's to Macon GA, US1000 CS---
1864 Battle at Ezra Chapel (Church), Georgia [Hood's Third Sortie]
1865 Patrick Francis Healy is 1st black awarded PhD (Louvain Belgium)
1866 Canoe Club opens in England
1869 England passes Disestablishment Bill which dissolved the Church of Ireland.
1869 England passes Disestablishment Bill which dissolved the Church of Ireland.
1869 England passes Disestablishment Bill which dissolved the Church of Ireland.
1869 England passes Disestablishment Bill which dissolved the Church of Ireland.
1869 England passes Disestablishment Bill which dissolved the Church of Ireland.
1881 French marines occupy Tunisian harbor city Sfax
1882 Richard Wagner's opera "Parsifal," premieres in Beirut
1887 first book published in Esperanto. Not a hit.
1887 first book published in Esperanto. Not a hit.
1887 1st Esperanto book published
1891 Henry James' "American," premieres in London
1897 37.5 cm rainfall at Jewell, Maryland (state record)
1902 Australia beat England by 3 runs at Old Trafford
1908 Federal Bureau of Investigation established
1908 Federal Bureau of Investigation established
1908 Predecessor of the FBI is created by the Department of Justice
1914 Austrian-Hungary condemns Serbian ultimatum
1914 British Min of Navy Winston Churchill orders British fleet to remain
1914 German chief of staff/gen von Moltke states ultimatum on Belgium
1915 International School for Wijsbegeerte forms
1917 J Edgar Hoover gets job on ministry of Justice
1918 Race riot in Philadelphia (3 whites & 1 black killed)
1926 National Bar Association incorporates
1926 Philippines govt asks US to plebiscite for independence
1928 Gene Tunney TKOs Tom Heeney in 11 for heavyweight boxing title
1928 Yanks score 11 runs in 12th beating Tigers 12-1
1933 Joe Dimaggio ends 61 game hitting streak in Pacific Coast League
1938 1st radio broadcast of "Young Widder Brown" on NBC
1939 Yankee catcher Bill Dickey hits 3 consecutive HRs
1941 "Camp Amersfoort" opened by Germany occupiers
1941 1st Dutch Austrians depart Hague
1941 US embargo on oil-export to Japan
1942 RAF bombs Hamburg
1942 RC churches protest, Dutch bishops stand against spread of Judaism
1943 120řF (49řC), Tishmoningo, Oklahoma (state record)
1943 Otto Skorzeny's commando group arrives in Rome
1944 Japanese suicide attack on US lines in Guam
1944 Russian troops arrive in Weichsel
1944 US offensive at St-L“/2nd Armour div occupies St Gilles
1945 After Labour landslide in general election, Clement Attlee becomes PM
1945 Declaration of Potsdam: US/Brit/China demands Japanese surrender
1945 Japanese govt disregards US ultimatum
1945 US cruiser Indianapolis reaches Tinian with atom bomb
1945 Winston Churchill resigns as Britain's PM
1946 President Truman orders desegregation of all US forces
1947 Department of Defense established
1947 Department of Defense established
1947 Department of Defense forms
1947 National Security Act establishes CIA
1948 "Babe Ruth Story," premieres, Babe Ruth's last public appearance
1948 1st black host of a network show-CBS' Bob Howard Show
1948 Leo Durocher returns to Ebbets Field as a NY Giant
1948 Pres Truman issues Executive Order No. 9981 directing "equality of treatment & opportunity" in armed forces
1949 WCPO TV channel 9 in Cincinnati, OH (CBS) begins broadcasting
1950 Dodgers' Jim Russell is 1st to switch-hits HRs twice in a game
1950 KNIL (Royal Dutch East Indies Army) unites
1951 Netherlands ends state of war with Germany
1952 King Farouk I of Egypt abdicates [Black Saturday]
1952 Mickey Mantle hits his 1st grand-slammer
1953 Fidel Castro begins revolution against Batista
1953 Korean War Armistice is signed.
1953 Fidel Castro begins revolution against Batista
1953 Korean War Armistice is signed.
1953 Cuban pirate radio station's 1st transmission at Santiago de Cuba
1953 Fidel Castro begins rebellion, the "26th of July Movement," against Fulgenico Batista's regime
1954 WCET TV channel 48 in Cincinnati, OH (PBS) begins broadcasting
1955 37th PGA Championship: Doug Ford at Meadowbrook CC Detroit
1955 Last day as Test Cricket umpire for Frank Chester
1955 Ted Allen throws a record 72 consecutive horseshoe ringers
1956 Egypt seizes the Suez Canal
1956 Egypt seizes the Suez Canal
1956 Egypt seizes Suez Canal
1957 USSR launchs 1st intercontinental multi-stage ballistic missle.
1957 USSR launchs 1st intercontinental multi-stage ballistic missle.
1957 Mickey Mantle hits career HR # 200
1957 USSR launches 1st intercontinental multistage ballistic missile
1958 Army launches 4th US successful satellite, Explorer IV
1959 Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Western Golf Open
1960 Italian govt of Fanfani forms
1962 Maria Oeljanov, 1st airship with nuclear missiles, arrives in Cuba
1962 Milwaukee Brave Warren Spahn sets HR record of 31 by a pitcher
1963 US launches Syncom 2, the first geosynchronous satellite
1963 US launches Syncom 2, the first geosynchronous satellite
1963 Skopje, Yugoslavia, destroyed by earthquake, kills 1,000+
1963 US Syncom 2, 1st geosynchronous communications satellite, launched
1964 Clifford Ann Creed wins LPGA Cosmopolitan Women's Golf Open
1964 Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa convicted of fraud & conspiracy
1964 Train from Povoa de Varzin, Portugal derails near Oporto, 94 die
1964 US union leader James Hoffa sentenced for fraud
1965 Republic of Maldives gains independence from Britain (Nat'l Day).
1965 Republic of Maldives gains independence from Britain (Nat'l Day).
1965 Republic of Maldives gains independence from Britain (Natl Day)
1966 WRLH TV channel 31 in Lebanon, NH (NBC) begins broadcasting
1967 Twins beat Yanks 3-2 in 18
1969 Sharon Sites Adams, 39, becomes 1st lady to solo sail the Pacific
1970 Reds Johnny Bench hits 3 consecutive HRs of Phillies Steve Carlton
1971 US launches Apollo 15 to the Moon
1971 US launches Apollo 15 to the Moon
1971 Apollo 15 launched (Scott & Irwin) to 4th manned landing on Moon
1973 Peter Shaffers "Equus," premieres in London
1974 France performs nuclear Test at Muruora Island
1974 USSR's Soyuz fails to dock with Salyut 3
1975 Soyuz 18B returns to Earth
1977 USSR performs underground nuclear Test
1978 France performs nuclear Test at Muruora Island
1978 Johnny Bench hits his 300th career home run
1979 Estimated 109 cm (43") of rain falls in Alvin, TX (national record)
1981 2 climbers fall 550 m down cliff near Angel Falls, Venezuela
1981 36th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Pat Bradley
1981 NY Mayor Ed Koch is given Heimlich maneuver in a Chinese restaurant
1982 Canada's Anik D1 comsat launched by US delta rocket.
1982 Canada's Anik D1 comsat launched by US delta rocket.
1982 Canada's Anik D1 Comsat launched by US Delta rocket
1982 Karen Dianne Baldwin, 18, of Canada, crowned 31st Miss Universe
1983 Challenger moves to Vandenberg AFB for mating for STS-8
1983 Jarmila Kratochvilova of Czech sets 800m woman's record (1:53.28)
1983 Light flashes seen on Jupiter moon Io
1984 Expos Pete Rose ties Ty Cobb with his 3,052nd single
1984 Kuhn announces Vida Blue is suspended due to cocaine conviction
1984 Pitcher Vida Blue suspended for rest of 1984 due to drug use
1986 Lebanese kidnappers released Rev Lawrence Martin Jenco
1987 Catfish Hunter Billy Williams & Ray Dandridge inducted in Baseball HOF
1987 Stephen Roche wins Tour de France
1988 Mike Schmidt sets NL record appearing in 2,155 games at 3rd base, as Phillies & NY Mets end that game at 2:13 AM
1990 General Hospital tapes its 7,000th episode
1990 President Bush signs Americans With Disabilities Act
1990 Roseanne Barr sings National Anthem at Reds-Padres game
1990 US beats Soviet Union 17-0 in baseball at Goodwill Games
1991 CFL assumes ownership of Ottawa Rough Riders
1991 Expo's Mark Gardner no hits Dodgers for 9 innings, but loses in 10th
1991 Paul Reubens (Pee Wee Herman) is arrested in Florida, for exposing himself at an adult movie theater
1992 "Man of La Mancha" closes at Marquis Theater NYC after 108 perfs
1992 47th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Patty Sheehan
1992 England honors her dead soldiers in the Falkland Is war
1992 Kiss Guitarist Paul Stanley weds Pamela Bowen
1992 Nolan Ryan strikes out his 100th batter for 23rd consecutive seasons
1992 Rocker Paul Stanley (Kiss) weds model Pamela Bowen
1993 Boeing 737-500 crashes in South Korea, 66 killed
1993 Mars Observer takes 1st photo of Mars, from 5 billion km
1994 Cambodia's Red Khmer surprise attack on train, kills 13
1994 Turkish air force bombs Kurds, struggle in Iraq, 70 killed
1998 19th US Senior Golf Open ends at Riviera CC, Pacific Palisades, Calif
1998 Giant Eagle LPGA Classic

That's All....

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