Today In History Slideshow | 4-19-17

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Reputed mobster Lucky Luciano, left, is pictured with an eight-month-old baby elephant, Roma, in Rome's zoo, April 19, 1949. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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Actress/model Brooke Shields bites her nails while watching Andre Agassi during his first round match against Evgeni Kafelnikov during the Monte Carlo Open tennis tournament at Monaco, April 19, 1994. (AP Photo/Lionnel Cironneau)

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U. S. President George H. Bush passes his golf club to first Lady Barbara Bush, Sunday, April 19, 1992 in Kennebunkport, Me, afternoon, following some golf practice at the Cape Arundel Golf Course. President Bush and Family members are spending the Easter weekend at their Walker's Point home in Kennebunkport. A Bush family dog is seen at left. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)

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More than 2000 members of the Massachusetts Womenís Defense Corps, neatly uniformed and precisely drilled marched in the two-mile long parade on April 19, 1942 which featured the civilian defense demonstration held at historic Lexington, Mass., on Patriots Day. Here they move along the main street of the town. (AP Photo/JWG)

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Four steelworkers, their rescue efforts halted by darkness, leave the dock area at Texas City, Texas, April 19, 1947. Rescue worker are busy because of a series of blasts that swept the city of 15,000. The disaster was one of the worst in Texas history. (AP Photo)

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Cuba's President Raul Castro speaks during the 6th Communist Party Congress in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday April 19, 2011. Castro was named first secretary of Cuba's Communist Party on Tuesday, with his brother Fidel Castro not included in the leadership for the first time since the party's creation 46 years ago. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

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Fidel Castro makes a surprise appearance at the 6th Communist Party Congress in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday April 19, 2011. Raul Castro, right, was named first secretary of Cuba's Communist Party on Tuesday, with Fidel not included in the leadership for the first time since the party's creation 46 years ago. Despite raising hopes during the gathering that a new generation of leaders was poised to take up important positions, Raul announced that Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, left, an 80-year-old longtime confidante, would be his No. 2. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

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Tom Morgan, NY Yankee pitcher, left, Gwen Verdon, star of the show "Damn Yankees" wearing a Washington uniform, and Yogi Berra, right, Yankee catcher, showing Gwen how to hold a bat backstage of the show in Boston, April 19, 1955. (AP Photo)

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ALTERNATIVE CROP OF HAV107 - Fidel Castro, left, and Cuba's President Raul Castro attend the 6th Communist Party Congress in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday April 19, 2011. Raul Castro was named first secretary of Cuba's Communist Party on Tuesday, with his brother Fidel not included in the leadership for the first time since the party's creation 46 years ago. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

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Fidel Castro, left, raises his brother's hand, Cuba's President Raul Castro, center, as they sing the international socialist anthem during the 6th Communist Party Congress in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday April 19, 2011. Raul Castro was named first secretary of Cuba's Communist Party on Tuesday, with Fidel not included in the leadership for the first time since the party's creation 46 years ago. The woman at right is Nemesia Rodriguez Montano, a woman survivor of the 1961 Bay of Pigs failed invasion by U.S.-backed Cuban exiles .(AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

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Vice President Jose Ramon Machado Ventura, left, Fidel Castro, center, and his brother Cuba's President Raul Castro attend the 6th Communist Party Congress in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday April 19, 2011. Raul Castro was named first secretary of Cuba's Communist Party on Tuesday, with his aging brother Fidel not included in the leadership for the first time since the party's creation 46 years ago. Despite raising hopes during the gathering that a new generation of leaders was poised to take up important positions, Raul announced that Machado, an 80-year-old longtime confidante, would be his No. 2. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

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Great Britain's Prince Philip points over his shoulder at the Boeing 757 he had just stepped off of in Seattle on April 19, 1982. Prince Philip took the controls of Boeing's newest jetliner for a flight over the Pacific Northwest which included a pass by the Mount St. Helens volcano. (AP Photo/Gary Stewart)

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Floyd Patterson, right, who lost the world heavyweight championship to Ingemar Johansson, arrives at office of New York State Attorney General Louis J. Lefkowitz, at 80 Centre Street. New York, April 19, 1960. With him is his manager Cus D'Amato, who said that he and his fighter were ready to "remove whatever legal obstacles exist to a rematch." "We are prepared to cooperate fully with the attorney general," D'Amato said when asked if they were prepared to make a settlement on tax matters. Lefkowitz is seeking payment of about $50,000 in state taxes allegedly due on motion picture, television and radio rights to the fight last June. (AP Photo).

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FILE - In this Friday April 8, 2005 file photo, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, who became the new Pope at the Vatican Tuesday April 19, 2005, is seen blessing the coffin containing the body of Pope John Paul II, during the funeral mass in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. The pope has approved a miracle attributed to Pope John Paul II's intercession and set May 1 as the date for the beloved pontiff to be beatified. Pope Benedict XVI declared in a decree Friday, Jan. 14, 2011, that the cure of a French nun who suffered from Parkinson's disease was miraculous, the last step needed for the beatification. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File)

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The Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City sits in ruin after an explosion Wednesday, April 19, 1994. (AP Photo)

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The north side of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City is missing after what federal authorities believe to be a car bomb exploded Wednesday, April 19, 1995. (AP Photo)

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Dressed in chemical safety suits with gas masks, members of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces enter the Yokohama train station, near Tokyo, April 19, 1995 to check out reports of a sickening odor in the subway. Japan was on edge after members of an apocalyptic cult unleashed a nerve gas in the subway in March, killing 12 people and sickening 5,500. (AP Photo/Katsumi Ksashara)

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Medical assistants, Janet Froehlich, left, Wilma Jackson and Kerri Albright run from the Alfred Murrah Federal Building after being told another bomb device had been found Wednesday, April 19, 1995, in Oklahoma City. An explosion ripped through the federal office building Wednesday morning. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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Firemen and rescue officials search for victims at the Alfred Murrah Federal Building following a blast Wednesday April 19, 1995, in dowtown Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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The Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City after a car bomb ripped through it Wednesday, April 19, 1995. (AP Photo)

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Emergency workers search through the debris after an explosion at the Alfred Murrah Federal Building Wednesday, April 19, 1995, in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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An unidentified injured woman holds an unidentifed child following a blast that destroyed a large portion of a federal building Wednesday, April 19, 1995, in downtown Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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An unidentified man holds a towel to his face following an explosion Wednesday April 19, 1995, at the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. At least 19 people are reported dead from the blast. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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A firefighter moves a water hose near the Alfred Murrah Federal Building following an explosion Wednesday April 19, 1995, in downtown Oklahoma City. At least eight people have been confirmed dead in the blast. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Police and emergency workers stand outside a heavily damaged federal building Wednesday April 19, 1995, in downtown Oklahoma City. An early morning explosion rocked the downtown area. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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A bloody-faced victim of the explosion that ripped a nine-story hole in the the Alfred Murrah Federal Building Wednesday, April 19, 1995, in downtown Oklahoma City, is helped from the scene. (AP Photo/J. Pat Carter)

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Rescue personnel converge on the bomb-damaged Alfred Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City Wednesday, April 19, 1995. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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An unidentified man, his face smeared with blood, looks at the bomb damaged Alfred Murrah Federal Building Wednesday morning, April 19, 1995, after it was damaged by a car bomb. More than 20 people were killed and another 300 are missing. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Federal Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents and FBI agents survey the damage to the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City Wednesday, April 19, 1995. A car bomb blast gouged a nine-story hole in the federal office building. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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An unidentified woman comforts an injured child following an explosion Wednesday, April 19, 1995, at the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. A car bomb blast gouged a nine-story hole in the federal office building. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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An unidentified man stands in the blown-out doorway of a downtown Oklahoma City business Wednesday, April 19, 1995. The building is just a few blocks away from the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, which was destroyed by a car bomb Wednesday morning. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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Entertainer Barbra Streisand waves to fans during a photo opportunity outside the Wembley Arena concert hall in London, England, April 19, 1994 during a charity function. Streisand gives the first of four London concerts. (AP Photo/Max Nash)

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Dr. Jack Kevorkian leaves the Jack Murphy Hall of Justice in Detroit, Tuesday, April 19, 1994, after the first day of jury selection for his trial on charges he violated Michigan?s ban on assisted suicide on August 4, 1993, suicide of Thomas Hyde, 30, of Novi, Mich. (AP Photo/Jon Freilich)

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French U.N. troops prepare their vehicles for a multinational U.N. convoy into Gorazde at Sarajevo Airport , April 19, 1994. The convoy will only depart for the besieged Bosnian enclave if permission to cross front lines is granted by Bosnian Serb forces. (AP Photo/Peter Northall)

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As first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks about health care reform on a giant screen in the background, members of the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL-CIO listen at AFL-CIO headquarters in Washington, April 19, 1994. From left to right: William Bernard, Asbestos Workers; Jake West, Iron Workers; Frank Hanley, Operating Engineers; John Russell, Elevator Constructors; A.L. Monroe, Painters; Ron Carey, Teamsters; and attorney Lawrence J. Cohen. The first lady spoke in person at the AFL-CIO and was shown on the giant screen as well. (AP Photo/Greg Gibson)

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President Bill Clinton speaks at the Enough Is Enough: Forum With The President, sponsored by MTV, April 19, 1994, in Washington. Questioned by young Americans worried about suicide, emptiness and rising crime, the president told the teens to "keep your eye on the future and then suicide doesn't become an option." (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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Rodney King presses the crosswalk button to change the light to cross the street as he arrives at Royal Federal Building in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 30, 1994. King was to testify for the third day in his lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Rodney King is accompanied man into the Federal Courthouse in Los Angeles on Monday, March 28, 1994. King took the witness stand in his multimillion dollar lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark Terrill)

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Rodney King, second from right, leaves the Federal Courthouse in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 23, 1994 with his lawyer Wilton Grimes, far left, and two unidentified men after a multiracial jury was seated for a trial to determine how much money King is due from the city of Los Angeles for the 1991 beating he received at the hands of police officers. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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Workers continue to sift through the burned Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas on Thursday, April 29, 1993. A total of 58 bodies have been pulled from the rubble. The complex burned on April 19 after a 51-day siege by federal agents. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)

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Margaret Richardson of Waco, Texas, displays a photo of Branch Davidian cult leader David Koresh that was included in a souvenir packet that she bought on a hillside about six miles from where the cult's compound once stood in Waco, Texas on Sunday, April 25, 1993. The hillside turned into a sideshow attraction for many curious people after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms raided the religious cult on February 28. The heavily armed compound burned on April 19, killing as estimated 86 people. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)

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Alisa Hall of Claremore, Okla., gives her daughter Lindsey a lift to look at the Branch Davidian compound through a spotting scope near Waco, Texas on Sunday, April 19, 1993 as Jessica Hall waits her turn. The standoff between cult members and federal officers is in its 51th day. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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An ambulance passes a Texas Department of Public Safety checkpoint heading towards the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas on Monday, April 19, 1993 as fire engulfed the structure. The fire began about six hours after FBI agents in an armored vehicle began repeatedly smashing the buildings and pumping tear gas into the complex. Authorities said cult members started the fire. (AP Photo/Susan Weems)

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A battering ram attached to an armored vehicle moves in front of the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas on Monday, April 19, 1993. The armored vehicle ripped into the compound, tearing down and punching large holes on the 51st day of a standoff. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)

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An armored vehicle moves in front of the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas on Monday, April 19, 1993 as a tactical maneuver was carried out against the cult. An armored vehicle equipped with a battering ram punched holes in the walls of the compound and the FBI said it pumped tear gas into the building. A damaged window is visible at left. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

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Flames are seen in building to right of tower and smoke billows into sky as the fire first becomes visible at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas on Monday, April 19, 1993. The compound burned to the ground and the Justice Department said cult members set the fire. (AP Photo/Roberto Borea)

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George Foreman ,left, is consoled by Holyfield's manager Lou Duva, center, after losing to Evander Holyfield right, in their heavyweight championship fight in Atlantic City April 19, 1991. Foremman held on for 12 rounds but lost in a decision . (AP Photo /Amy Sancetta

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An estimated 12,500 striking teachers rally on the capital grounds, Friday, April 19, 1991 in Olympia, Wa., where they urged the legislature to spend more money for schools. An estimated 300,000 students have been out of school as the teachers strike continued into a second day. (AP Photo/Barry sweet)

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Heavyweight challenger George Foreman is tended by veteran trainer Angelo Dundee, left, and former light-heavy weight champion Archie Moore late in Friday night's title fight against Evander Holyfield in Atlantic City, USA, April 19, 1991. Foreman, 42, lost to Holyfield, 28, in a 12-round decision. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)

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Heavyweight challenger George Foreman salutes as he leaves a post-fight news conference after Friday night's title fight against Evander Holyfield in Atlantic City, USA, April 19, 1991. Foreman, 42, lost to Holyfield, 28, in a 12-round decision. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)

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Real estate magnate Donald Trump and his girlfriend Marla Maples are seen at the Holyfield-Foreman fight at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, N.J., April 19, 1991. (AP Photo)

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Stevie Wonder, the superstar singer, and his mother, Lula Hardway shown April 19, 1988, appear among the guests in ?superstars and their moms,? the ABC Television Network special airing on Sunday, May 1 (8.00-9:00 p.m. ET). (AP Photo)

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Heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield, left, lands a punch on George Foreman in their 12-round bout, April 19, 1991, in Convention Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey. (AP Photo)

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German tennis player Steffi Graf and Irish racing cyclist Stephen Roche are smiling after their proclamation for Europe’s Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year 1987 in Stuttgart, West Germany on Tuesday, April 19, 1988. Graf and Roche were elected by sport journalists from 31 countries. (AP Photo/Thomas Kienzle)

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Democratic presidential hopeful Jesse Jackson is surrounded by children as he walks from one polling station to another in New York?s Harlem during primary election day, Tuesday, April 19, 1988. At left is Manhattan Borough President David Dinkins. (AP Photo/Barry Thumma)

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Sen. Albert Gore, Jr. of Tennessee appears with New York's Mayor Ed Koch, right, in New York, April 19, 1988. Gore finished a weak third and seemed likely to quit the Democratic presidential race. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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Speaking to his countrymen from Havana’s Karl Marx Theater, Cuban President Fidel Castro presides at the 25th anniversary celebration of his army’s victory over the invasion brigade of Cuban exiles, April 19, 1986, Havana, Cuba. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Elie Wiesel, a survivor of two Nazi concentration camps and chairman of the U.S.Holocaust Commission, addresses a ceremony at the Capitol in Washington, April 19, 1985. The ceremony marked the 40th anniversary of the liberation of Jews from concentration camps in Germany and the end of World War II. (AP Photo)

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U.S. President Ronald Reagan waves to the crowd as he boards his helicopter after arriving at Pt. Mugu Naval Air Station, Calif., Thursday, April 19, 1984. Reagan will spend his California ranch before continuing on his westward trip to China. (AP Photo/Doug Pizac)

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Commuters pass under a Kodak Colorama of a skyline of Rochester, N.Y., which is displayed over the main floor of Grand Central Terminal in New York City, April 19, 1984. (AP Photo/Dave Pickoff)

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French singer Dalida performs on April 19, 1981 at L'Olympia music hall in Paris, France. (AP Photo/Pierre Verdy)

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Southern Christian Leadership Conference President Joseph Lowery, left, and Del. Walter Fauntroy of the District of Columbia speak to reporters at a Washington news conference, Tuesday, April 13, 1982, concerning the planned voting rights, jobs and peace marchthat will begin in Tuskegee, AL on April 19, 1982 and end in Washington in June or early July. (AP Photo/Barry Thumma)

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Cuban President Fidel Castro delivers a speech in Havana, Cuba on April 19, 1981 as part of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the failure of the Bay of Pigs invasion. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Camilo Ojeda Reyes, 19, one of the more than 250 homosexuals among the 3,500 Cuban refugees being held behind barbed wire at Fort Chafee, Arkansas, April 19, 1981, willingly poses for photographs. ?I could never wear such clothes in Cuba,? he said. Officials are still pondering the fate of such unwanted Cubans one year after the ?Freedom Flotilla? brought them to the United States. (AP Photo)

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Haitians demonstrate in Miami, April 19, 1980. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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A young Cuban gives a double-fisted salute in support of Fidel Castro during a rally of hundreds of thousands of Cubans in Havana on Saturday, April 19, 1980. The signs condemn the Cubans seeking to leave their country and the military regime of Pinochet in Chile. (AP Photo)

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Vice President Walter Mondale, center, tries to pay grocer Sam Zerilla for a bag of apples, Saturday, April 19, 1980, St. Louis, Mo. Mondale wandered through the Soulard Market, a farmers market in downtown St. Louis, as part of a campaign swing through Missouri. (AP Photo/Fred Waters)

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Waving and shouting, joyous Cubans disembark from their plane upon arrival at San Jose, Costa Rica from Havana, Friday, April 19, 1980. An estimated 250 persons arrived on the flight, part of the group which had sought asylum in the Peruvian Embassy. (AP Photo/Cotera)

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Bette Midler stands on a stairway in the penthouse of the New York Hilton Hotel, April 19, 1978. (AP Photo/Ira Schwarz)

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Hundreds of St. Paul Citizens for Human Rights turned out for a rally on the State Capitol steps and later marched into downtown St. Paul, Minnesota, April 19, 1978. The rally included elected officials, clergy and members of minority groups as guest speakers. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

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Patricia Hearst leave a Los Angeles courtroom, Monday, April 19, 1977 after whispering the words “nolo contender” into a microphone when asked for her plea to state charges of armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. The judge declared her guilty and set sentencing for May 9. At left is her attorney. (AP Photo)

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Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, right, embraces Lebanese Foreign Minister Fouad Naffa as they meet at the State Department in Washington, April 19, 1974. Kissinger met with Naffa prior to his departure for Atlanta, Georgia, and a meeting of the organization of American States. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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Lauren Bacall laughs as she holds Tony award she won on April 19, 1970 in New York City by being named best actress in a musical comedy. The star of the Broadway hit, "Applause," stands with actor Walter Matthau. (AP Photo)

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Under the sea of rain-spattered umbrellas many tears were shed at the 24th annual observance of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, in New York's Times Square. Perhaps half or more of the 300 persons who attended the commemoration bore the tattooed marks of Nazi concentration camps. The ceremony was in observance of the uprising of Jews in Warsaw against the Nazis, starting April 19, 1943. Some 60,000 died before the resistance ended with the liquidation of the ghetto 42 days later. The observance was held, May 6, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Christopher Plummer in character April 19, 1967, will play the lead in “Antony and Cleopatra” this summer in Stratford, Ontario. The Canadian actor, 37, will be making his first appearance in Canada in five years. (AP Photo)

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Charles Manson is returned to jail after being formally sentenced to death, April 19, 1971. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)

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Sandy Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher, tells newsmen in dressing room after Dodgers- Philadelphia Phillies game on April 19, 1965 in Philadelphia that if his arthritic elbow doesn’t stiffen up in day or so there is nothing wrong with him that a little work won’t cure. Koufax gave up five hits for 6-2 win over the Phillies. (AP Photo/WGI)

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President Lyndon Johnson takes a close-up look at one of his two Beagles, Her, as the first lady bends over his shoulder in the flower garden at the White House in Washington, April 19, 1964. The first family took time out during the warm weather to pose with their pets. (AP Photo/Bill Allen)

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French soprano Mathe Altery twinkles while cooking her own recipe Easter eggs on April 19, 1962 at her home in Paris, France. (AP Photo)

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Cuban women, among the crowd of several thousand which gathered at an anti-Castro rally in Miami’s Bayfront Park, Florida, April 19, 1961 display signs and shout slogans. They cheered and prayed for the Cuban invasion forces battling against Castro. (AP Photo)

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Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III (obscured with arm in air waving) after their wedding April 19, 1956 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. (AP Photo)

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Grace Kelly glances at Prince Rainier during their wedding ceremony, in Monaco Cathedral, on April 19, 1956. (AP Photo)

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A liveried footman helps Grace Kelly from her car as she arrives at Monaco Cathedral for her wedding to Prince Rainier III, on April 19, 1956. (AP Photo)

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FILE- This April 19, 1956 file photo shows Prince Rainier as he places the ring on Grace Kelly’s finger during their wedding ceremony, in Monaco Cathedral. Kelly's gown, made by costumer Helen Rose and the wardrobe department of MGM, was "truly designed by Hollywood," says Brides' Martini Bratten. (AP Photo/FILE)

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Prince Rainier leads his bride, Grace Kelly, after their wedding at Monaco Cathedral, on April 19, 1956. This picture was taken at the Church of St. Devote, on the way back to the palace from the Cathedral. Miss Kelly placed her bridal bouquet at the statue of St. Devote. (AP Photo)

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Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier board his yacht, the Deo Muvante 11, in Monaco, on April 19, 1956 to sail for a Mediterranean honeymoon. Oliver, Grace’s pet poodle, goes too. (AP Photo)

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Grace Kelly is a picture of a demure bride, at her wedding to Prince Rainier, in Monaco Cathedral, on April 19, 1956. (AP Photo)

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Actress Grace Kelly steps from auto at Little Church of Ste. Devote in Monaco on April 19, 1956 prior to placing her bouquet on the church’s altar. Behind Grace is her husband, Prince Rainier III. In background are Monacan Cabets. (AP Photo)

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Grace and Prince Rainier on gangplank boarding their yacht ÒDeo JuvanteÓ in Monaco on April 19, 1956 to sail for their honeymoon. (AP Photo)

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Prince Rainier III of Monaco and his bride, American actress Grace Kelly stand before St. Nicholas Cathedral in Monaco April 19, 1956, to exchange wedding vows. (AP Photo)

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Spectators stand behind a barrier in palace square in Monaco on April 18, 1956 awaiting the arrival of guests and the principals in the tiny principality’s “Wedding of the Century.” Actress Grace Kelly was married in a civil ceremony to Prince Rainier III of Monaco. A religious ceremony in planned for April 19. (AP Photo)

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Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier are seated in the Throne room of the Prince’s Palace in Monaco, where they were married in a civil ceremony on April 18, 1956. Their Cathedral wedding is April 19. (AP Photo)

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Prince Rainier III of Monaco, places a ring on the finger of American movie star Grace Kelly of Philadelphia during their wedding ceremony in Monaco Cathedral on April 19, 1956. (AP Photo)

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Joan Gates is shown at work with cloud apparatus for measuring the effect of small particles in the atmosphere in causing formation of fog and clouds, April 19, 1949, at Stanford University. (AP Photo/Ernest K. Bennett)

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Dashing across a jungle stream in Panama, April 19, 1942 these infantrymen, carrying full packs, are moving up to reinforce a weakened position during war maneuvers designed to test the vulnerability of Panama Canal defenses. (AP Photo)

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Young King Faisal II of Iraq points to his country on a globe, in Jerusalem, April 19, 1947. (AP Photo/J. Walter Green)

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Emaciated prisoners sit outside the prison barracks in Buchenwald Nazi concentration camp, East Germany, April 19, 1945. Thin legs, many with broken feet, these men look little more than undernourished children, yet the majority of them have no hope of living, so great were the privations enforced by their Nazi guards. (AP Photo/Byron Rollins)

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Prisoners freed by the U.S. Third Army too weak to stand, hang on to their barbed wire enclosure, with broken feet and emaciated bodies, but they manage somehow to smile for the cameraman at Buchenwald concentration camp, in Germany, on April 19, 1945. (AP Photo)

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President Harry S. Truman turns around to speak to Senate Majority Leader Alben W. Barkley (D-Ky.), (second from right), before a conference with the four congressional leaders in his office at the White House in Washington, April 19, 1945. Standing from left to right: of the House Sam Rayburn (D-Texas); Senate President Protem Kenneth McKellar (D-Tenn.); Barkley and House Majority Leader John McCormack (D-Massachusetts). (AP Photo/Herbert K. White)

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Women of the Cowie family are reunited as they sit together at WAVE Barracks B in Washington on April 19, 1945, for the first time in four years, after two of them had been released from the Santo Tomas prison camp of the Japanese and three others joined services. The widow and daughters of Commander George C. Cowie, killed in a Japanese air raid on Manila Dec. 28, 1941. Left to right are: Ensign Betty Cowie, WAVE; Ensign Louise Angelo Cowie, SPAR; Mrs. Cowie, Miss Theodora Cowie, and storekeeper 3rd class Jane Cowie of the WAVEs. Mrs. Cowie and Theodora had been interned in the Philippines prison camp and were freed with 3500 others when the U.S. First Cavalry liberated the prisoners. (AP Photo/John Rous)

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Five-year-old Margaret Ann Forde, daughter of a disabled ex-service man, left, pins the first Buddy Poppy of the 1945 Buddy Poppy sale on the lapel of President Harry S. Truman at the White House in Washington, April 19, 1945. (AP Photo/John Rous)

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President Harry S. Truman shakes hands with Lt. Col. Miguel Burset, of the advocate general's office of U.S. Army, after receiving a scroll on behalf of 22 military legal officers and judge advocates of 13 Latin American Republics at the White House in Washington, April 19, 1945. Between the president and Lt. Col. Burset is Maj. Gen. Myron C. Cramer, judge advocate general who presented the army legal heads to President Harry S. Truman, some of whom are grouped, around the three. (AP Photo/John Rous)

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President Harry Truman, center, strolls in the gardens at the White House in Washington, April 19, 1945 with four of his afternoon callers. They are, left to right: War Secretary Henry Stimson, Navy Secretary James Forrestal, Truman, Chinese Foreign Minister T.V. Soong and Secretary of State Edward Stettinius, Jr. (AP Photo/John Rous)

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President Harry S. Truman, right, walks from the White House with his brother J. Vivian Truman, of Kansas City, Mo., en route to his temporary official residence at the Blair House, across the street from the White House in Washington, April 19, 1945. (AP Photo)

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2nd Lt. Margaret Moore, 97 Orchard Lake Ave., Pontiac, Mich., Army nurse at a U.S. hospital in England, May 10, 1944, autographs the cast on Pvt. Joseph P. Siklich, Ramsay, Mich., a military policeman while Pvt. Clarence Smith, Menominee, Mich., Looks on. (AP Photo)

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Long-time experience as a newspaperman in New York and Philadelphia gives Joseph F. Forestal some of the ideas which are popular in the American Red Cross Club he directs somewhere in Great Britain. For instance - girl barbers, the only ones in an American Red Cross Club, Forestal boasts. Seen here are 19-year-old Sheila Thomas (foreground), shaving Ship Fitter First Class Everett Doerr of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Ann Barnes giving a haircut to machinists Mate Second Class John Soltis of Homestead, Pa., somewhere in Great Britain, April 19, 1944. (AP Photo)

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That’s a question in any army, even among Italian soldiers captured in North Africa and now prisoners of war somewhere in England, April 19, 1943. They are wearing U.S. Army field jackets with which they were supplied after their capture. The cross on the jackets denotes their prisoner of war status. (AP Photo)

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The Princes Royal inspected the Auxiliary Territorial Service school of instruction for officers at the duke of York’s head quarters at Chelsea. Women officers of the A.T.S. marching with new recruits at the Duke of York’s Headquarters at Chelsea, London, on April 19, 1939. (AP Photo)

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On his second personal inspection of war establishments in the United States since Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt accepts a Model A-24 dive bomber, made by Otis Smallwood, a tool and die maker in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 19, 1943. Smallwood made the presentation on behalf of the Tulsa plant workers of the Douglas Aircraft Co. (AP Photo/George R. Skadding)

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Irina Baronova, the Russian ballerina who will appear at Covent Garden during the coronation season as a member of Colonel de Basil’s Russian ballet, on arrival at Southampton, England on April 19, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Eric McCormack of NBC's "Will & Grace" shows off his tickets to opening night of "The Producers" at the St. James Theatre in New York Thursday, April 19, 2001. The musical is based on the campy Mel Brooks movie. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

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Nathan Lane, left, and Matthew Broderick take a curtain call at opening night of "The Producers" at the St. James Theatre in New York Thursday, April 19, 2001. The musical is based on the campy Mel Brooks movie. Lane plays the role of Max Bialystock and Broderick is Leo Bloom. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

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Fire engulfs the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas, April 19, 1993. Eighty-one Davidians, including leader David Koresh, perished as federal agents tried to drive them out of the compound. A few weeks earlier four agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms were slain in a shootout at the site, and six cult members were found dead inside. Hearings into the raid and its aftermath are scheduled to open in the House of Representatives Wednesday, July 19, 1995. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)

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Rodney King, right, and his lawyer Wilton Grimes leave the Federal Courthouse in Los Angeles March 22,1994. At first glance, the cases of Rodney King and Amadou Diallo appear to be mirror images. In each, a black man is attacked by four police officers whose acquittals set off public demands for federal intervention. In both cases, excess use of force is alleged; in each trial, a change of venue to a remote location most likely influenced the verdict. But on a closer look, experts say the similarities may be outweighed by differences which make the demand for a federal trial in the Diallo case an uphill battle. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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An armored vehicle drives past the Branch Davidian compound near Waco,Texas, the morning of April 19,1993. Just after noon, the compound erupted in flames, completely destroying the structure. An intricately choreographed field test that will reconstruct critical pieces of the 1993 Waco siege is scheduled for Sunday, March 19 at Fort Hood, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)

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Cub Scout Luis Hernandez gets a guided tour of the Vice-Presidential limousine from VP George Bush after Bush was greeted by Cub Scouts after a luncheon to honor Texas' Hispanic pioneers on April 19, 1986. (AP Photo/R.J. Carson)

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Astronaut James Lovell, left, grimaces as his wife Marilyn, right, smashes traditional bottle of champagne to christen and launch of the 18,170-ton, 700-foot S. S. American Astronaut containership at Sun Shipbuilding Company, April 19, 1969, Chester, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Lovell reacts to windblown spray of champagne as their children, Susan 10, James III, 14, and Barbara, 15, watch. At right is Charles Zeien, company vice-president. (AP Photo/Bill Ingraham)

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Smoke rises from air strike against North Vietnamese positions just off Route 13, north of Saigan, April 19, 1972. Air strikes were called in when the enemy attacked South Vietnamese unit reopening a road. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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John J. Kelley is shown in his dressing room after finishing fourth in the 66th annual Boston Athletic Association Marathon race in Boston, April 19, 1962. (AP Photo)

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Famous American singer and record best-seller for the USA, Nat "King" Cole in now in the French capital where he will give a recital at the Olympia music-hall in Paris. During a cocktail party given in his honor on April 19, 1960 at the Paris George Vth Hotel. Smiling Nat "King" Cole surrounded by charming Parisian fans. (AP Photo)

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Prince Rainier III and his bride, actress Grace Kelly, leave Monaco's Cathedral after a religious wedding ceremony, April 19, 1956. The couple passed through an honor guard formed by members of the prince's guard. (AP Photo)

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Princess Grace Kelly waves to cheering crowds lining the road as she rides in an open car with Prince Rainier III following their marriage in a religious wedding ceremony in the Monaco Cathedral, South of France, April 19, 1956. (AP Photo)

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Vice President Richard Nixon and Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro leave Nixon's office in Washington, D.C., April 19, 1959, after a two hour and 20 minute chat behind closed doors. The meeting had been listed on Castro's program as a 15 minute visit. In answer to a question, Castro said the meeting had been "very friendly." (AP Photo)

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King Hussein, the 19-year-old monarch of Jordan, and his bride, Princess Dina Abdul Hamid, his 26-year-old cousin, are shown shortly after their Muslim marriage in Amman, the capital of Jordan, April 19, 1955. (AP Photo)

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A uniformed attendant assists Grace Kelly, surrounded by her gown and veil, as she arrives at St. Nicholas' Cathedral in Monaco for her wedding to Prince Rainier III April 19, 1956. (AP Photo)

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Alia Coogan, the well known BBC singer, is presented to the Queen at the Blackpool Opera House, England on April 19, 1955 during the Royal Command Variety performance. The Duke of Edinburgh attended the show with the Queen. (AP Photo)

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Singer Eddie Fisher and his fiancée, actress Debbie Reynolds, leave plane at Idlewild Airport, April 19, 1955 in New York after flight from Britain. Fisher was in London for an engagement at the Palladium and both appeared in a command performance for Queen Elizabeth II. Miss Reynolds’ mother, Mrs. Maxene Reynolds, of Burbank, Calif., accompanied them on the trip. (AP Photo)

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Singer Eddie Fisher and his fiancée, actress Debbie Reynolds, have eyes only for each other at Idlewild Airport, April 19, 1955 in New York on arriving by plane from England. Eddie performed at the London Palladium and both he and Debbie appeared in a command performance for Queen Elizabeth II. They were accompanied on their trip by Miss Reynolds’ mother, Mrs. Maxene Reynolds of Burbank, Calif. (AP Photo)

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The last shift of steel workers, at the South Chicago Works of the U.S. Steel Co., come out of the plant after picket lines were thrown up, on April 19, 1952, Chicago, Il. Shortly after, Federal Judge David Pine ruled that government seizure of the steel industry was illegal. CIO steelworkers pickets, which appeared at two huge Chicago plants and the firms, prepared to shut down. (AP Photo/Ed Maloney)

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Debbie Reynolds, captain of the young actresses? bowling team, gets set to roll one down the alley during an practice in Culver City, Calif., April 19, 1951. Watching Debbie is another member of the team, Kay Brown, left. In the background are, from left to right: Dick Anderson, Camille Williams, Rita Moreno and Dan Foster. Camille and Rita are members of the team, which is sponsored by singer Vic Damone. (AP Photo/Frank Filan)

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Studio dressmaker Eunice Garbutt fits actor Burt Lancaster into a dancing girl outfit in Hollywood April 19, 1950, a few days before the annual Friars' Frolic charity show. Lancaster and other male stars were performing as a chorus line in the show. (AP Photo/Frank Filan)

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Actress Gloria Grahame tests the plastic nose worn by Jimmy Stewart in Hollywood, in the latter’s newest picture in Los Angeles on April 19, 1951. Jimmy plays the part of a clown. His real face, like the rabbit Harvey who was his co-star, will not be seen at any time. (AP Photo)

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Anything for a gag goes at Rosalie’s School for Clowns in Chicago on April 19, 1948. The school is run by Mrs. Rose Wegner and her daughter Lenore. Lenore Wegner, center, has worked up a group to depict a shotgun wedding. Lawrence Lilly, left, wields the shotgun, Bob Koepple holds a rag doll on his knee, Lenore Wegner acts as umpire, and Charles Vlasak is the bridegroom whose phony long arm lifts bride Ray Remp’s gown from the floor. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)

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Two women shop at an open air dry goods stand on Orchard and Delancy Streets, on New York's Lower East Side, April 19, 1946. (AP Photo/Bob Kradin)

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People stand in line as they wait to fill their buckets with water from a water pump station in the Augustastrasse in Magdeburg, eastern Germany, April 19, 1945. (AP Photo) ----- Vor einer Wasserpumpe in der Augustastrasse in Magdeburg, Deutschland, hat sich am 19. April 1945 eine Warteschlange gebildet, um Wasser in Eimern in die Keller zu schleppen, wo die Menschen auf das Ende des Krieges warten. (AP Photo)

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One of the greatest air armadas of the war struck deep into the Reich, including military objectives in Berlin, in daylight on April 18, 1944, bringing the total weight of bombs dropped on the German capital close to the 40,000 ton mark. Up to 1,000 Fortresses and Liberators, escorted by another 1,000 long-range fighters made the attack from bases in Britain. Of all this force only 19 U.S bombers and six fighters are missing. Crews riding back to the interrogation room at an airfield somewhere in England on April 19, 1944, after taking part in the great raid. Front row left to right: Staff Sergeant Harry Yamha, Technical Sergeant Jack Hubbard, Staff Sergeant James Cannon. At back left to right: Lieutenant Charles W. Young, Staff Sergeant Clifford Shakespeare, Staff Sergeant Eugene B. Steinmann, Lieutenant Kenneth Dowell, Lieutenant D.A Sharkey, and Lieutenant Carl Frantz. (AP Photo)

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A group of Jews, including a small boy, is escorted from the Warsaw Ghetto by German soldiers in this April 19, 1943 file photo. The picture formed part of a report from SS Gen. Stroop to his Commanding Officer, and was introduced as evidence to the War Crimes trials in Nuremberg in 1945. French newspaper Le Figaro reported Saturday May 23, 1998 that Tsvi Nusbaum, a man born in Palestine and now living in New York, may be the boy with his hands up. (/FILES/AP)

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National Hockey League President Frank Calder, center, presents the Stanley Cup to Toronto Maple Leafs captain Syl Apps. Major Connie Smythe, right, home on leave from his regiment, cheers the presentation in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April 19, 1942. (AP Photo)

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Boxer Barney Ross warms up in a Chicago gymnasium, April 19, 1938. (AP Photo/JP)

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Prince Farouk of Egypt's sisters Princess Fawzia Faud and Princess Faiza Faud, during the crossing between Calais and Dover on the French Mail Steamer "Cote D'Azur" on April 19, 1937. They are coming to England for the coronation as part of a four months tour of Europe. (AP Photo/Staff/Putnam)

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Frank Capra, director of several world famous films including “Lost Horizon” which has its premiere in London, and his wife Lou arriving at Southampton, England on the Normandie on April 19, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Ellison M. "Tarzan" Brown, 22-year-old Narragansett Indian representing Providence, R.I., breaks the tape to win the 40th annual Boston Marathon in Boston, Ma., April 19, 1936. Brown covered the distance 26 miles, 385 yards in two hours, 33 minutes, 40 4/5 seconds. (AP Photo)

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Mrs. Harrison Williams, the former Mona Bush and future Mona von Bismarck, named by Parisian fashion houses "The Best Dressed Women in the World", is shown as she arrived in New York on the liner Bremen, April 19, 1934. She is wearing an ensemble of an emerald green tailored dress, fastened up the front with green metal buttons, a saucy green hat, brim down in front, up in back, perched toward the forehead; a flowing green flowered tie, tied in a wide bow, a handbag measuring about 8" by 12", gloves and shoes in brown. Mrs. Williams said that her ensemble was nearly all American. (AP Photo)

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Workman in Gurgyl, the Tyrolean Alps, April 19, 1932, as they started the difficult transportation of the gondola of the balloon in which Prof. Auguste Piccard, Belgian Physicist, ascended more than 50,000 feet into the stratosphere in 1931.(AP Photo)

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Al Christie, movie producer with his wife Nora, left, and her mother Mrs. Anne MacAllister on April 19, 1930. Location unknown. (AP Photo)

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