Today In History Slideshow | Mar. 19

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The Kremlin Palace, with the Archangel Cathedral in the background, March 19, 1968. (AP Photo)

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FILE - In this March 19, 1987 file photo, President Ronald Reagan taps his forehead at the White House while responding to a reporter's question during a news conference at which he said he never deliberately lied to the public, despite admitting to a misstatement about Israeli involvement in the Iran-Contra affair. In a 1986 radio address admitting to missteps in the Iran-Contra scandal, the president famously said "mistakes were made" - a passive acknowledgement of wrongdoing that didn't directly implicate anyone. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook, File)

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Evonne Goolagong makes return to Chris Evert in their finals match of the $100,000 women's tennis tournament in Boston, Mass., March 19, 1978. (AP Photo)

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Young sub officer (right) and the navigator of a British submarine as they check their sights at Malta, before proceeding to sea to attack axis ships, March 19, 1943. (AP Photo/Weston Haynes)

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Abe "Pretty" Levine, left, of Brooklyn, N.Y., is escorted to the district attorney's office by NYPD Lt. John Osnato to testify before a Grand Jury in Monticello, N.Y., March 19, 1940, regarding the killings of Walter Sage and Irving Ashkenas and a third man known only as "Jack." (AP Photo/Herb Schwartz)

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Sen. Joseph McCarthy (R-Wisc.) stands before microphones in Milwaukee, Wisc., March 19, 1954, as he addresses the Milwaukee County Young Republicans Club. McCarthy answered Adlai Stevenson, Democrat leader, who lashed out at him in a speech in Miami on March 6. Sen. McCarthy accused Stevenson of using "the Communist method of attacking" him and the Republican party. (AP Photo/Dwayne Newton)

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FILE - In this March 19, 1965 file photo, nearly 400 demonstrators line up in the city's courtyard in Selma, Ala. after they were arrested in an attempted march on the home of the Selma mayor. The demonstration was another in the continuing series of events protesting Alabama voting laws. (AP Photo/File)

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Caption on this photo which was published in a German Magazine says American and Filipino Troops are emerging from a tunnel to surrender on March 19, 1943 at Corregidor, Philippines last May. Japanese (right foreground) grins as siege ends on the Sandy Island at mounth of Manila BayÖ (AP Photo)

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AIM guards continue to man roadblocks on roads into Wounded Knee, South Dakota, March 19, 1973, as talks between government and American Indian Movement leaders continue. AIM stated that they wanted to talk to the president or his emissary according to the Sioux Treaty of 1868. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)

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AIM guards continue to man roadblocks on roads into Wounded Knee, South Dakota, March 19, 1973, as talks between government and American Indian Movement leaders continue. AIM stated that they wanted to talk to the president or his emissary according to the Sioux Treaty of 1868. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)

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Jerrie Mock, smiling in the bright sunshine that flooded Port Columbus Airport today, is pictured before the start of her attempt at becoming the first woman to fly around the world alone, March 19, 1964. The Columbus housewife headed toward Bermuda on the first leg of the flight to establish two aviation records. (AP Photo/Gene Smith)

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Johnny A. Kelley of Arlington, Mass., as he crossed the finish line on March 19, 1938 at Medford, Massachusetts, to win the 20-mile marathon for the fifth time. Despite a challenge in the home stretch by Gerald Cote, of St. Hyacinthe, Que., Kelley finished 20 yards out in front with a time of 1 hour, 58 minutes 8.3 seconds, about a minute slower than his record of last year. A warm spring day brought out a straight field of 80 and a horde of spectators. (AP Photo)

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FILE - This photo made March 19, 1964 in Columbus, Ohio, shows Jerrie Mock, beginning her around-the-world flight. Mock was meeting her crew for a final check of the Spirit of Columbus. Fifty years ago Mock became the first woman to make a solo flight around the world. (AP Photo/Gene Smith)

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Algerian President Ahmed Ben Bella and Guinean President Sekou Toure wave back to the crowds as their motorcade passes in front of the GPO in Algiers, March 19, 1964. (AP Photo/Eustache Cardenas)

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Jean Jules Verne, grandson of the famous French Romancer, with Sir Hubert Wilkins in the latterís apartment in New York, March 19, 1930 looking over the ground Sir Hubert attempt to cover in his submarine ìNautilusî when he will try to go over the North Pole under the Ice. Verne Will Christen the submarine in the Brooklyn navy yard on March 24. He arrived in New York on March 19 especially for the ceremony. (AP Photo)

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Michael Spinks, right, attempts to land a punch on the jaw of Dwight Braxton, but is met with Braxton's glove in Atlantic City, N.J., March 19, 1983

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Parisians read about the cease fire between Algeria and France as they peruse their newspapers at tables at various outdoor cafes on the Champs Elysees in Paris, March 19, 1962. (AP Photo/Pierre Godot)

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Sister Marilyn uses good form but grimaces on missing a shot as she plays marbles with two of her first grade students at Christ the King school in Columbus, Ohio, March 19, 1969. Awaiting their turns are Linda Strapp, 7, left, and Larry Ognibene, 6. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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Jap soldiers on house top celebrating capture of Tienyuehssu in Manchuria, (Manchukuo) China, on March 19, 1932. (AP Photo)

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Michael Spinks holds the championship belts for the WBA and WBC after he was declared the winner in his bout to unify the light-heavyweight title against Dwight Braxton in Atlantic City, March 19, 1983. (AP Photo)

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Astronaut David R. Scott, with fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong, left,, standing in front of microphone, after their Gemini 8 flight, at Cape Kennedy, Florida, March 19, 1966. (AP Photo)

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Jack Ruby, convicted and sentenced to death for the slaying of Lee Harvey Oswald, was taken from his county jail cell in Dallas to Federal Court on a hearing whether the state or federal government should have jurisdiction on two points. Ruby is shown being interviewed as he leaves the county jail in Dallas, Texas, March 19, 1965. (AP Photo/Jim Bourdier)

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Three hundred fascist insurgents were killed in this explosion in Madrid under the five-story Casa Blanca building, March 19, 1938. Government loyalists tunneled 600 yards over a six-month period to lay the land mine that caused the explosion. (AP Photo)

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Models Karen Kirsten, left and, Julie Welsh test the thunderbolt roller coaster at New York's Coney Island' March 19, 1966. Sitting behind the two girls is operator Arthur Kramer who has been running that ride for the past 40 years and will be running it again when the new season opens on April 3. (AP Photo)

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Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, centre, with the Governor of Libya, Marshal Italo Balbo, bearded, and his retinue entering Zavia, Libya, on March 19, 1937, through an arch of welcome, composed of two huge fascist emblembs surmounted by a large M and the word Duce. On either side arabs clap their hands in greeting. (AP Photo)

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FILE - This photo made March 19, 1964, shows Jerrie Mock getting ready for take-off from Port Columbus, in Columbus, Ohio, on an around-the-world flight. Fifty years ago the 38-year-old mother of three became the first woman to circle the globe alone and set two new aviation records. The Columbus-to-Columbus trip took her to some 20 nations. (AP Photo/Gene Smith)

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Chicago Bulls guard Michael Jordan flies to the hoop over the Indiana Pacers' Reggie Miller and Mark Jackson (13), March 19, 1995, in Indianapolis, Ind. Nicknamed "Air Jordan" for his superb athleticism, he was named the National Basketball Association's Most Valuable Player in 1988, 1991, 1992, 1996 and 1997. He also holds the NBA highest scoring title. Jordan retired from basketball on Jan. 13, 1999, after leading the Bulls to six championships. Among the world's most admired sportsmen, Jordan has starred in movies and TV commercials, and endorses numerous products from basketball shoes to breakfast cereals. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

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Democratic presidential hopeful Jerry Brown arrives at the Washington Dinner in Hartford for a breakfast meeting with concerned citizens, Thursday, March 19, 1992. Brown was late because of a late winter snowstorm that hit Connecticut on Thursday. (AP Photo/Bob Child)

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Los Angeles police officer David Love demonstrates, in Court without jurors present in Simi Valley on Wednesday, March 19, 1992 how he saw Laurence Powell strike motorist Rodney King on the morning of March 3, 1991. Judge Stanley Weisberg held the hearing without the jury to evaluate Love?s testimony. Powell, along with three other LAPD officers are charged with the assault on King. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terill)

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Lt. Col. Oliver North, left, announces he is seeking retirement from the Marine Corps during a news conference in his attorney's Washington office, March 19, 1988. North was one of four people indicted by a federal grand jury on charges they conspired to divert Iranian arms sales profits to the Nicaraguan Contra rebels. At right is an unidentified security guard. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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Television evangelist Jim Bakker poses in front of the Water Park in Columbia, SC one of the attractions at his Heritage USA, March 19, 1987. Bakker has resigned as chairman of PTL, a religious network, and fellow television evangelist Jerry Falwell has taken over his post. (AP Photo/Lou Krasky)

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From Left to right are C. Vernon Mason, Glenda Brawley, and Rev. Al Sharpton watch NBC TV clip of Tawana Brawley shown nude after her attack on March 19, 1988. (AP Photo)

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Democratic presidential candidates Walter Mondale, left, and Gary Hart react as Jesse Jackson, right, responds to a question about him being the dark horse in the race, Sunday, March 19, 1984, Chicago, Ill. Jackson responded I am a dark horse no matter how you cut its a good horse, a fast horse, a winning horse. The exchange came during a debate sponsored by the Chicago Bar Association. (AP Photo/Mark Elias)

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Rick Swenson leads his team the final few yards at the conclusion of the ninth annual Iditarod Sled Dog Race in Nome, Alaska, March 19, 1981. The Eureka musher won the race for the third time, covering the 969 miles from Settlers Bay, near Anchorage, to Nome in 12 days, 8 hours, 45 minutes and 2 seconds. That’s nearly two days faster than the race record set last year by Joe May of Trapper Creek. The race route follows the old trail system that once served as the primary supply corridor for gold rush communities on the Seward Peninsula of Northwestern Alaska around the turn of the century. (AP Photo)

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Entertainer Carol Burnett, who has filed a $10 million libel suit against the National Enquirer, listens to testimony in the trial on Thursday, March 19, 1981 in Los Angeles. The case is expected to go to the jury on Monday or Tuesday. (AP Photo)

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GOP front-runner Ronald Reagan is exuberant as he shakes hands on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Wednesday, March 19, 1980. Reagan had reason to be happy with his recent 48 percent sweep of the GOP primary vote in Illinois. (AP Photo)

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Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan shakes hands with a commuter aboard a train from New Haven, Conn., to New York’s Grand Central Station in New York on Wednesday, March 19, 1980. Reagan won the Illinois primary. Flanking Reagan are unidentified speechwriters. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt is surrounded by heavy security as he arrives at the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta, March 19, 1979 for the start of his trial on obscenity charges. The eleven counts of violating Georgia's obscenity laws were filed against Flynt 18 months. A year ago Flynt was shot in Lawrenceville, Ga. while on trial there. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

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Sen. Robert Byrd on CBS-TV?s ?Face the nation? in Washington, D.C., March 19, 1978. (AP Photo/Barry Thumma)

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Singer Tom Jones admired a necklace worn by Rina Messinger of Israel, Miss Universe 1976, while she beams back at him as they meet at New York’s studio 54, on Sunday, March 19, 1978. (AP Photo)

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The coffin of late Italian movie director Luchino Visconti, who died Wednesday, lies in the church of St. Ignazio during memorial service in Rome on March 19, 1976. Standing at bench at left (middle distance) is Italian President Giovanni Leone (first from left). (AP Photo/Foggia)

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Patty Hearst, her fate in the hands of the jury, leaves the federal building in San Francisco, March 19, 1976 after the judge turned her bank robbery trial over to the jury for deliberation and verdict. (AP Photo)

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World heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali arrives on March 19, 1976 at a Paterson courthouse in New Jersey to await a decision concerning bail for former boxer Rubin ?Hurricane? Carter and John Artis. Carter and Artis have been in prison for nearly a decade serving sentence for a 1966 triple murder in Paterson, and on Wednesday the New Jersey Supreme Court granted them a new trial. Bail was granted for the pair on Friday and sources said they would be released from prison on March 20. Ali one of a number of celebrities who have adopted Carter?s cause. (AP Photo/DP)

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Magician Dorothy Dietrich apparently sawing Magic Towne House owner Ed Davis in half in the New York night spot on March 19, 1975. (AP Photo)

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Stephen Wiesenfeld and son Jason, 2, shown at home in Edison, New Jersey on March 19, 1975, after learning of U.S. Supreme Court decision granting widowers the same Social Security benefits that widows with children receive. Court decision was 8-0. Jason did not want to pose for picture and is crying. (AP Photo/DL)

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Cambodian refugees carrying their meager belongings and children stream southward along Highway 22 toward government lines at Go Dau Ha, 35 miles northwest of Saigon on March 19, 1975. They are fleeing fighting along the Cambodian border. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Odd Bull, an 80-pound bulldog of Harry Dunn of Tuscaloosa, Ala., on March 19, 1975. Displays his feelings of the familiar form 1040A which is symbolic of many Americans as the income tax deadline of April 15 nears. (AP Photo)

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King Faisal of Saudi Arabia with U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in Riyadh on March 19, 1975. On March 25, Riyadh radio reported that King Faisal was shot and killed by a nephew. Man in center is Faisal's aide de camp, Sheik Ahmed Abdel Wahab. Man behind Faisal is Prince Fahd. (AP Photo)

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Black demonstrators picket the arrival of Santos Vegas which has just dropped anchor near Burnside, Louisiana on March 19, 1972, presumably with a load of Rhodesian chrome. The shipment is the first to the United States from Rhodesia since a 1968 embargo was imposed by the United Nations because of that nation’s apartheid policies. (AP Photo/Jack Thornell)

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Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, left, and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheik Mujibur Rahman sign a 25-year treaty of “Friendship, cooperation and peace” in Dacca, Bangladesh on March 19, 1972. The pact signing came at the end of Mrs. Gandhi’s two-day visit to Bangladesh. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Ambassador to France Sargent Shriver, right, seems to make a joke to his wife (center) and Mrs. Herve Alphand both in maxi wear, when leaving Elysee Palace in Paris, France, March 19, 1970 after farewell lunch given by President Pompidou for departing Ambassador. (AP Photo/Laurent)

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Brad Jones, wearing cap, member of the Philadelphia Black Panthers Organization, helps serve breakfast to youngsters, March 19, 1970 in a Philadelphia headquarters. (AP Photo/Bill Ingraham)

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Charles Manson replies "It all depends on your point of view," after a newsman asked him "Are you insane, Charlie?", March 19, 1970 in Los Angeles. The exchange came as Manson left court where he won permission to hire a new attorney, replacing one who had sought to have Manson examined by psychiatrists. (AP Photo/George Brich)

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Ronald Hughes, 35, who got out of law school last June and has never before tried a case was hired by Charles M. Manson to defend him against murder-conspiracy changes in the slayings of actress Sharon Tate and six others, March 19, 1970 in Los Angeles. Hughes has been working as a law clerk in the public defender's office. (AP Photo/George Brich)

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Holding hands and singing, three girl defendants in Sharon Tate murder case walk down a Los Angeles Hall of Justice corridor, March 19, 1970 for a pre-trial hearing. The girls, from left, are Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel, and Leslie Van Houten. Deputy accompanying them is Aileen Stagle. (AP Photo/Harold Filan)

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Billie Jean King, Queen of Amateur Tennis, poses in New York City on March 19, 1968 with “Babe” Didrickson Zaharias trophies presented her as “outstanding woman athlete of the year.” Mrs. King, holder of the Wimbledon, U.S. and Australian Tennis Titles, was presented the award by George Zaharias, its donor, and widower of the great woman athlete for whom the Award is named. Large trophy at left is perpetual and given each year to the winner, and the smaller trophy is permanently presented to the recipient. (AP Photo)

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Dr. Martin Luther King at Marks, Mississippi, March 19, 1968 recruiting for his Poor Peoples March on Washington. (AP Photo/Jack Thornell)

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The Batman craze is coming to a head-in this case, the head of the model showing Michel Kazan’s impression of what Bat Girl should look like after she’s had the Bat curl shown March 19, 1966. Location unknown. (AP Photo)

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Astronaut Alan Shepard, left, cuts short questioning of Gemini 8’s Neil Armstrong, center, and David R. Scott as they arrive, March 19, 1966 at Cape Kennedy, Florida, scene of start of their flight in which they ran into trouble after they successfully docked with an Agena space vehicle. The two astronauts refused to discuss details of what went wrong during the flight. (AP Photo)

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Gemini 8 Command Pilot Neil Armstrong, left, presses his hands together in prayerful attitude as he and his co-pilot, David Scott, returned to scene of their blast-off, March 19, 1966, Cape Kennedy, Fla. Armstrong told a small welcoming group that they “had a magnificent flight for the first seven hours and we were very pleased with the way it came out.” The flight ended ahead of schedule after their docking with an unmanned Agena space vehicle. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Defense Minister Robert McNamara, his wife Margaret and 15-year-old son Craig returned to the winter resort of Zermatt, Switzerland in morning on March 19, 1966 after an unscheduled overnight stay on the Italian side of the Alps. Zermatt is on the Swiss side of the Matterhorn. Cervinia is on the Italian side of the mountain which is called Cervino in Italy. The excursion by ski across the Alps from Zermatt to Cervinia is a traditional highlight for tourists. The McNamaras and a group of American visitors wanted to enjoy it too. But after skiing their way here yesterday, the weather turned bad and the Americans decided to spend the night here. This morning they all returned to Zermatt using the Panoramic cable-way up to Plateau Rosa. (AP Photo)

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Indiana University Coed Barbara Benhan rolls her hair in empty frozen orange juice can to achieve the straight hair style fashionable on campus on March 19, 1965. (AP Photo)

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Nearly 400 demonstrators line up in the city's courtyard in Selma, Alabama, March 19, 1965, after they were arrested in an attempted march on the home of the Selma mayor. The demonstration was another in the continuing series of events protesting Alabama voting laws. (AP Photo)

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Rev. Martin Luther King with his wife Coretta participate in march from Montgomery, Ga., to the state capitol on March 19, 1965. (AP Photo)

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Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy is escorted backstage at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, United States, on March 19, 1965, by Rudolf Bing, general manager of the Met. Mrs. Kennedy and others of her family were guests of Bing at Maria Callas’ return to the Met after a seven-year absence, resulting from a feud with Bing. Miss Callas Sang in Puccini’s Tosca. (AP Photo)

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Sargent Shriver, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, March 19, 1965 announced Federal aid in poverty grants totaling more than $8 million for migrant farm workers in eight states. Shriver told a news conference the money would be used to provide housing, sanitation, education and child care for approximately two million workers. At left is Sen. Harrison Williams, D. N.J. (AP Photo)

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Upward of 500 marchers crowd on steps and sidewalk in front of City Hall and sing, after they staged an unannounced march to the municipal building, March 19, 1965, Selma, Ala. The group, protesting Alabama voting laws, is scheduled to start a march, from Selma to Montgomery, taking five days to make the 50-mile walk. (AP Photo)

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Marchers hold up signs on Civil Rigits March on March 19, 1965 from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. (AP Photo)

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Marchers walk a long road through the countryside during Civil Rigits March on March 19, 1965 from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. (AP Photo)

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Marchers line up on road during Civil Rigits March on March 19, 1965 from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. (AP Photo)

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State union members, with placards in hand, march through the city of Harrisburg, Penn., March 19, 1964 during a mass protest rally protesting Gov. Scranton’s proposed unemployment compensation program. (AP Photo/Paul Vathis)

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State labor union members spill over into the street in front of the State Capitol at Harrisburg, Penn., March 19, 1964 during a labor protest rally against Gov. Scranton’s proposed unemployment compensation program. (AP Photo)

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta on March 19, 1964 during an interview in which he predicted that civil rights demonstrations will reach record proportions this year. (AP Photo)

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Gina Lollobrigida poses with Soviet painter Ilya Glazunov at her villa in Rome, March 19, 1963. The Italian actress requested Glazunov to come to Rome to paint the portrait after she saw a sketch he made of her. (AP Photo/Girolamo di Majo)

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Two girls, dressed for the Easter perform a dance traditionally done by the women of their town in Megara, Greece, March 19, 1963. (AP Photo)

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Labour Party leader Harold Wilson is pictured with The Beatles (from left) Ringo Starr, John Lennon, George Harrison and Paul McCartney during the Variety Club of Great Britain's "Show Business Personality" presentation ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel in London, March 19, 1963. (AP Photo)

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In the Buddhist preaching hall showing people coming in past the party watchers, marking their ballots by the party symbols, and dropping them into the ballot box. Some of the men in the sarong-like dress that is traditional Sri Lankan costume and wore in rural areas instead of trousers during Sri Lankan general election on March 19, 1960 in South of Colombo. (AP Photo)

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People wait to vote at Heiyantuduwa in Kelaniya electorate about 12 miles East of Colombo during Sri Lanka general election on March 19, 1960 in South of Colombo. You have to look sharp to tell the men from the women, since both wear skirts. (AP Photo)

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Hollywood film-stage star Shirley MacLaine arrived by air in Tokyo on Saturday, March 19, 1960 to spend the vacation in Japan where her husband Steve Parker is living. She was accompanied by her three-year-old daughter, Stephanie Sachiko Parker. Her producer husband did not appear at the airport because of illness. At an airport press conference, MacLaine said she has no ?special plan? for her jobs in Japan but ?I?m going to stay here until the strike in Hollywood is over. Arrival with her daughter. (AP Photo)

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Lt. C.F. Hill gesturing with his thumb, orders demonstrators to leave the main public library in Memphis, March 19, 1960. When they refused, 41 were arrested, including reporters and photographers for two black Memphis newspapers. All were charged with disorderly conduct, loitering, and threatened breach of peace. Blacks are traditionally barred from the main library and four of the five branch libraries. Identification of other persons shown was not available. (AP Photo)

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Hundreds of Germans, mostly teenagers, halt car of Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida, center, as she arrives in Stuttgart, Germany on March 19, 1957 for a personal appearance. Police escort cars, upper center, also were stopped by the mob. Gina, who arrived in the South German city after being named West Germany’s most popular star, reached her hotel unscathed. Many persons in the crowd, however, suffered minor injuries or had their clothes torn. (AP Photo)

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A grimace crosses the face of Frank Sinatra as he arrives to testify before the Los Angeles county grand jury on March 19, 1957, about the famous door raid on Marilyn Monroe. Sinatra previous told a state legislative committee he was no participant in the raid, a story which a private detective contradicted. (AP Photo/ERB)

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Mrs. Robert Kennedy, wife of committee counsel, and Joseph P. Kennedy, counsel’s father, listen to proceedings at the Senate Rackets Investigating committee session on March 19, 1957 in Washington. At this time Robert Kennedy is questioning Frank Drewster of the Teasters Union. (AP Photo/Henry Griffin)

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Just like the fairy tale of the four bears, the James Mason family has chairs to fit each one of them, papa, mama, and the two little Masons, daughter Portland and son Alexander Morgan. Stage hands at the NBC-TV studio in Hollywood, California on March 19, 1957 rigged up the chairs for the four Masons who comprise the entire cast of a TV show now being filmed titled “Panic.” (AP Photo)

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Robert Kennedy, chief counsel of the Senate Labor Rackets Committee on investigations is shown at the hearing on March 19, 1957 in Washington. (AP Photo)

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This is part of the crowd, many of them defendants, who jammed the Montgomery County courthouse awaiting the start of the trial of 93 blacks in the racial bus boycott, March 19, 1956. Among those to appear for the trial are 25 preachers. All are charged with violation of the state anti-boycott law. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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Two Japanese fishermen, among 23 accidentally showered with radioactive ash from the March 1 thermonuclear explosion at Bikini, show burns they suffered, March 19, 1954. Dr. Kentaro Shimizu of Tokyo University points to burns on one man’s ear during a Tokyo news conference. (AP Photo)

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Actress Ingrid Berman gives her son, three-year-old Robertino Rossellini, a donkey ride during a picnic on the Isle of Capri March 19, 1953 with her husband, Italian film director Roberto Rossellini. The actress and her husband took the day off from their film work in Naples. (AP Photo)

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Japanese scientists use Geiger counters to check radioactivity of a large tuna, part of the catch of the fishing boat Fukuryu Maru which was showered with radioactive ash from the thermonuclear test explosion in the Bikini area, March 19, 1954. Part of the boat’s catch reached the market, causing a sharp drop in prices, but officials said they believed most was recovered. (AP Photo)

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Joan Crawford, a nominee for best actress, is escorted by Earl Blackwell, right, and director David Miller, left, as she arrives for the Academy Awards presentations in Hollywood, March 19, 1953. Miller directed her in “Sudden Fear.” (AP Photo)

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This amiable presentation preceded session of the Senate Investigating committee March 19, 1953 as Chairman Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis), right, gave this fancy chest of cigars to Senator Karl Mundt (R-S.D.), a committee member. Mundt took his place at the hearing, smoking a pungent pipe. McCarthy, no smoker, finally stopped proceedings and ordered Mundt to get rid of the briar. Mundt agreed but added that McCarthy must furnish cigars as a substitute. (AP Photo)

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Servicemen jammed the Tokyo consular office in Tokyo on March 19, 1952, to get married in time to beat the 2pm deadline to benefit from a law which enables them to bring their Japanese brides to the U.S. Ninety five soldiers, sailors and Marines stood with their mates and went through the simple and very brief ceremony. Some of the couples brought along children, most of whom were born with benefit of a Japanese marriage ceremony. Miss Violet Niemiec, of Perth Amboy, N.J., left, hands out the proper papers to sign to (left to right): Cpl. Fred Kaltenhauser, of Chicago, and bride-to-be Sumiko Makita; and bride to be Sakuya, holding 3 month child of Sgt. George Miller, of Cincinnati, Ohio. (AP Photo/Max Desfor)

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Henry Ford’s 45-room Georgian mansion on his 1,369-acre estate “Fairlane” at Dearborn, Michigan on March 19, 1951. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth of England (2nd from left) arrives at Malta on March 19, 1951, to join her husband the Duke of Edinburgh (left). At right, Lady and Sir Gerald Creasy, governor of Malta, greet the Princess. (AP Photo)

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Eva Peron, wife of Argentine President Juan Peron, received Decoration Aztec Eagle from the Mexican government at presentation ceremony at Government House, Casa Rosada, Argentina, March 19, 1951. Mexican Senator Antonio Bermudez, left, proposed toast to President Juan Peron and Eva Peron. (AP Photo)

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San Francisco forward Don Lofgran, left, and Pete Newell, coach of the University of San Francisco basketball team, embrace each other after USF won the National Invitation Basketball Tourney in Madison Square Garden, New York on March 19, 1949. The USF team downed Loyola of Chicago 48 to 47 in the tournament finale. Lofgran holds the trophy awarded him as most valuable player and Newell the Kelleher Memorial Trophy as coach of the winning team. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Before the race starts bet tickets are sold at regulation seller windows in Chicago on March 19, 1945. Sgt. John Mack buys a ticket on a “favorite” from Anita Raab (left, in window) and Libby Tittle, as Cpl. Bernard C. Kirchoff, Detroit, Mich.; Russell L. Wilcox, Almeda, Calif.; and Robert L. Conoboy, New York, wait in line. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)

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German prisoners captured by the U.S. Third Army after fierce street battles in Coblenz, carry a wounded comrade back to an Allied base, in Germany, on March 19, 1945. (AP Photo)

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A V-bomb fell on Speaker's Corner, in Hyde Park, at Marble Arch. Two people died of injuries, but had the missile fallen a few hours later when the crowds had gathered on Sunday in afternoon to listen to the famous soap-box orators who hold forth ay this spot, the story would have been very different. The scene in the Marble Arch corner of Hype Park in London on, March 19, 1945, after the missile fell, throwing up a lot of earth and stripping the trees of their branches. (AP Photo)

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Film actress Bebe Daniels, left, and Ann Dvorak, right, on a tour of Ireland with an American overseas artists unit, visit a Northern Ireland hospital March 19, 1943 where Cpl. Clarence Rand, of Los Angeles, California collaborator on the song hit, “Deep in the Heart of Texas”, is recuperating. With him is his nurse, Evelyn Hanley, of Brooklyn, N.Y. (AP Photo)

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MM 1/c Fred S. Charleville, above, of Baton Rouge, LA., transfers five kittens born to Sam, misnamed mascot at the New Orleans Naval Air Station, Louisiana, March 19, 1944, from the nail keg where they were born to a more comfortable haven. The kittens were named Ten-penny, Eight-penny, Six-penny, Four-penny and Two-penny. (AP Photo)

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John Lindell, listed on the roster as a pitcher, displays a little fielding technique at the New York Yankees’ spring training camp at Asbury Park, N.J., on March 19, 1943, where it is reported he is under consideration for the first base position. Lindell is from Arcadia, California. (AP Photo/Murray Becker)

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Four thousand volunteers who have served a minimum of three months in the Auxiliary Aircraft Warning Service of the U.S. Army received citations at City Hall in New York, March 19, 1943. View of the exercises which featured speeches by Mayor La Guardia, Army officers and prominent citizens. (AP Photo/Carl Nesensohn)

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Vice Admiral Raymond Fenard points out details of the ship he Commands, the French battleship Richelieu, to President Franklin Roosevelt in the latter's office in Washington on March 19, 1943, after presenting this model of the vessel to the chief executive. The Richelieu recently arrived in the U.S. from Dakar, French West Africa. (AP Photo/George R. Skadding)

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Exterior views of the Federal Loan Bldg, Vermont Ave NW Washington, D.C. headquarters of the RFC on March 19, 1942. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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This is a new scene to the campus of Texas A&M at College Station, Pa., March 19, 1942 – a group of civilians from many states being instructed in gas mask procedure by War Department representatives. (AP Photo)

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Big business gets into a huddle with Jesse Jones at a meeting of the defense plant corporation on March 19, 1942, l to r – clockwise - Reese H. Taylor, Pres. of Union Oil Co., in Los Angeles. Kahler, member war production board HH. Mulligan, Director, RFC, S. H. Husbands, Director RFC, C. Costello, special Asst to Jesse Jones, Jesse Jones, C.B. Henderson, Dir R.F.C., H.J. Klissner, Dir of the R.F.C., W. Carey Gibson Jr. Pres of Yale and Towne MGF Co., in New York City, Clarence Francis, Pres. of General foods and R. Douglas Stuart, RRV. P. Quaker Oats, Chicago, Ill. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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Field Marshall Hermann Goering greeting the Fuhrer with his raised Marshal Baton during the welcome ceremony at Goerlitzer station in Berlin on March 19, 1939. Behind Adolf Hitler’s raised arm are F. R. T. L. Minister of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment, Dr. Joseph Goebbels, leader of the German labor front, Dr. Robert Ley, Minister of Education, Bernhard Rust, and Germany Foreign Minister Joachim Von Rebeentrop. (AP Photo)

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Dr. Herbert Von Dirksen, German Ambassador in London, was recalled to Berlin to report. This has followed the recall of the British and French ambassadors from Berlin. The protests of Britain and France have caused bitter feeling in Germany where official circles are indignant at the views expressed. Dr. Herbert Von Dirksen buying papers on Victoria Station, before leaving London for Berlin, on March 19, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Informal conversations between cabinet ministers have continued in Downing Street, London, on March 19. Oliver Stanley, left, President of the Board of Trade and Lord Edward Halifax, right, the Foreign Secretary, leaving Downing Street, in London, on March 19, 1939. (AP Photo)

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The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor is shown, March 19, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Great White Throne at Zion National Park in Utah is seen, March 19, 1935. (AP Photo)

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The 8-hours working day has finally come to the chain gangs of the Bibb County jail, and convicts black and white now toil under Georgia sun in accordance with modern labour condition. Picks go up and down for an eight hour day at Bibb County jail, Georgia, on March 19, 1937. (AP Photo)

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A scene during elaborate military exercises near Berlin, Germany, March 19, 1935, under the eyes of defense Minister Werner Von Blomberg, when troops ?Stormed? a village, simulating actual war conditions. (AP Photo)

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Military exercises near Berlin, March 19, 1935, under the eyes of defense Minister Werner Von Blomberg. These exercises were in line with recent announcement of the German government that the Versailles treaty shall de disregarded to build up adequate defense strength. (AP Photo)

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Socks the cat peers over the podium in the White House briefing room Saturday March 19, 1994. A White House groundskeeper was walking Socks when he stopped and lifted Socks to the podium. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)

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Three Israeli soldiers stand atop the Crusaders' Ancient Fortress next to the South Lebanese village of Tibnine which is now under the control of Israeli forces, March 19, 1978. (AP Photo/Saris)

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U.S. actress and singer Barbra Streisand offers a cup of coffee to Prince Charles of Great Britain as they chat on a set at Warner Bros. studio in Los Angeles, CA, March. 19, 1974. The Prince is visiting southern California while his ship is docked in San Diego. (AP Photo/DFS)

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North Carolina's Tommy La Garde cuts down the net on March 19, 1977 at College Park, Md., after his teammates defeated the University of Kentucky Wildcats in the NCAA Eastern Regional Basketball Tournament. The Tar Heels won the game 79-72. (AP Photo/William Smith)

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President Richard Nixon pounds his fist on the podium as he answers a question during his televised appearance before questioners made up of members of the National Broadcasters Association in Houston, Texas, March 19, 1974. President Nixon declared that dragging out Watergate drags down America. (AP Photo/stf)

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Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass, delivers remarks on the opening session of the United Steel workers of America Legislative Committee of Pennsylvania conference Monday, March 19, 1973 in Washington. (AP Photo/Henry Burroughs

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Soviet gymnast Olga Korbut does a backward somersault on the balance beam during an exhibition in Philadelphia, Pa., Monday night, March 19, 1973. Korbut and the Russian women's gymnastics team are touring the United States. (AP Photo)

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Rod Laver, of Australia, displays a facsimile of the $160,000 check representing his earnings for winning the tennis champions classic. Laver was named the overall winner of the two and a half month series after beating Tom Okker, of the Netherlands, in the final match in Madison Square Garden, New York on March 19, 1971. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Two members of the Charles Manson "family," Pat, left, and Rocky hold three Appaloosa horses at the George C. Spahn ranch where Manson and his followers once camped, shown March 19, 1971. Only a few of the members remain at the ranch now located 40 miles northwest of the Los Angeles courtroom where Manson has been on trial for 10 months in the slaying of Sharon Tate and seven others. (AP Photo/George Brich)

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Lt. William Calley, Jr., ponders a thought as he waits for the verdict of a six-officer court martial deliberating his case in Fort Benning, Ga., March 19, 1971. Calley, of Miami, Fla., is charged with killing 102 Vietnamese at My Lai three years ago. After a brief appearance in court Lt. Calley spent the rest of the day in his quarters. (AP Photo/Joe Holloway, Jr.)

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (right) who is visiting Mississippi to drum up funds his Poor Peoples March 19, 1968 in Marks, Mississippi USA. King holds a crisp $100 bill and listens to remarks by a Marks, Mississippi, resident , at left, who identified himself as W.B. "Money" Mobley. Mr Mobley pushed his way through a crowd of several hundred and interrupted King's speech to present the $100 donation and asked for the floor. Dr. King obliged. (AP Photo/Jack Thornell)

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New York Yankees outfielder Roger Maris is shown on March 19, 1965. (AP Photo)

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State Police officers in hard hats and black demonstrators grapple over riot sticks in the Little Rock, Ark. state capitol basement March 19, 1965, when blacks tried to desegregate the capitol cafeteria. The desegregation attempt failed. (AP Photo)

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A father holds the body of his child as South Vietnamese Army Rangers look down from their armored vehicle March 19, 1964. The child was killed as government forces pursued guerrillas into a village near the Cambodian border. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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African-Americans picket in front of the F.W. Woolworth store in protest against the chain's policy of segregating its lunch counters in the south, in Atlantic City, N.J, March 19, 1960. (AP Photo)

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Willie Mays, outfielder for the San Francisco Giants, rests at home after he had 35 stitches taken in his leg, March 19, 1959. Mays split his leg open when he slid into home plate during an exhibition game between the Giants and Boston Red Son. (AP Photo/Harold Filan)

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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., center, the first defendant called to trial in the racial bus boycott, held a press conference on March 19, 1956 on the steps of the Montgomery County courthouse where he and 92 others are on trial. They are charged with the violation of the anti-boycott law. King's wife, Coretta is by his side. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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Mrs. Rosa Parks and E.D. Nixon, left, former president of the Alabama NAACP, arrive at court in Montgomery March 19, 1956 for the trial in the racial bus boycott. Mrs. Parks was fined $14 on Dec. 5 for failing to move to the segregated section of a city bus. The boycott started on the day she was fined. There were 91 other defendants. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., center, appears at noon recess on the first day of trials in the Montgomery, Ala. racial bus boycott, March 19, 1956. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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Rosa Parks is escorted by E.D. Nixon, former president of the Alabama NAACP, on arrival at the courthouse in Montgomery March 19, 1956 for the trial in the racial bus boycott. Mrs. Parks was fined $14 on Dec. 5 for failing to give up her seat for a white passenger on a city bus. The bus boycott started on the day she was fined. There were 91 other defendants. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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Students carrying banners demanding the union of Greece and Cyprus gather outside the Anglo Hellenic league building in Athens, March 19, 1954. The placards carried slogans such as "if Nato is for liberty, why is Cyprus under the yoke of Cruel slavery," - "Greeks, whatever happens, here is British propaganda," and "if British are not sellers of our Friendship, they should leave Cyprus." (AP Photo)

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John Wayne shows the gold statuettes he accepted for Gary Cooper and John Ford to two former Academy Award winners, Olivia De Havilland and Janet Gaynor after the ceremony in Hollywood March 19, 1953. Cooper won his Oscar as best actor, in "Hi Noon." and Ford as best director. Neither was in town for the presentations. Miss Gaynor was handed the first Oscar ever presented to an actress 25 years ago. (AP Photo)

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A model compares the size of the new German radio called the "Mini Boy," to the 35-millimeter camera seen with it in Nurenburg, Germany, March 19, 1954. The radio, which has four tiny tubes and two small batteries, operates on the medium wave band. It weighs one pound six ounces. It is manufactured by the Grundig Radio firm. (AP Photo/Albert Riethausen)

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Four holidaymakers enjoy the new skim boats, motor-driven craft with surfboard backs in Florida’s Cypress Gardens, USA on March 19, 1952. The boats reach a speed of 30 miles an hour. (AP Photo)

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Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis.), left, chats with newsmen who appeared with him on a television program in Washington, March 19, 1950. McCarthy told them the country would be better off if Dean Acheson were ousted as Secretary of State. From Left to right are: Sen. McCarthy; Martha Rountree, Moderator of the Program; Elizabeth May Craig, correspondent for a group of Maine Papers; Laurence Spivak, Editor of Mercury Magazine; Ned Brooks, NBC correspondent, and William White of the New York Times. (AP Photo)

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Near the railroad station a group of unfortunate Japanese squatters all bundled up in rags sit in front of their make-shift homes some straw matting placed against the wall to break the cold in Tokyo on March 19, 1950. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, author of a current best seller, Kinsey Report, known formally as "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" is shown with a copy of the book while on a visit to New York on March 19, 1948. Dr. Kinsey is a professor of zoology at Indiana University. (AP Photo/stf)

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Hermann Goering takes the stand after Dahlerus to deny statements made by his star witness at Nuernberg trials in Germany on March 19, 1946. (AP Photo)

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Photographed in front of the plane which brought Herbert Hoover to Orly Field, Paris, France March 19, 1946 are, left to right: Henri Longchambon, French Minister of Food; Herbert Hoover; U.S. Ambassador Jefferson Caffery; and Herve Alphande, Director-General at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (AP Photo/Max Nash)

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A wrecked street car sits in front of a considerably damaged Coblenz Cathedral, in Coblenz, Germany, March 19, 1945, as the city is cleared of German forces. (AP Photo/Byron H. Rollins)

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An explosion rocks the USS Franklin after being hit by two 500 pound armor-piercing bombs from a Japanese dive bomber, on March 19, 1945, off the coast of Honshu, during the Okinawa invasion. (AP Photo)

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Crewmen aboard the burning USS Franklin are seen standing in the second deck while awaiting rescue, after the carrier had been hit and set afire by a Japanese dive bomber, on March 19, 1945, off the coast of Honshu, Japan. (AP Photo)

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A bamboo cross with helmet and identification tag marks the grave of Sgt. Lionel J. Paquette, of Linden, Mich., an American soldier killed in the drive of Brig. Gen. Frank Merrill’s ground forces, which culminated in the capture of Walawbum, in Burma’s Hukawng Valley, March 19, 1944. He was with the first ground forces fighting on continental Asia (AP Photo)

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The daily issue of rum, traditional in the British Navy, is given to the crew of one of the British submarines which have been attacking axis ships in the Mediterranean, during a lay-over at Malta on March 19, 1943. (AP Photo/Weston Haynes/Pool)

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A French digger charged its way across the floor of Owens Valley in California on March 19, 1942 to speed laying of a water supply line for the boom town for evacuated Japanese being erected at Manzanar under the direction of Lt. Gen. John L. Dewitt of the western defense command. Though the big community for some 10,000 Japanese from Southern California cities is located near an aqueduct supplying Los Angeles, water for the reception center will be piped from a stream in the Nevada, which rise snow-capped in the background. (AP Photo/John T.Burns)

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Coney Island's brilliant lights are blacked out in New York, March 19, 1942. A few minutes later, all the lights from the top of the parachute tower to the boardwalk of the famous amusement resort were blacked out for 15 minutes. The lights are said to be bright enough to silhouette a ship 50 miles at sea for an enemy submarine. (AP Photo)

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A demonstration during a security week staged to encourage security mindfulness, enabling citizens not only to avoid careless talk, but also training them to develop quickness in detecting Fifth Columnists, saboteurs and other types of enemy agents, in Hawick, Scotland on March 19, 1942. (AP Photo)

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Interned Japanese, carrying belongings in paper bags, leave Seattle by train for Fort Missoula, Montana, March 19, 1942, while relatives waved through station cars, right. A group of 150 internees had been held in the Seattle immigration station. (AP Photo)

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The German official Army Communique reports that the German troops are steadily progressing in their march into Bulgaria, March 19, 1941. The troops are marching through the still snow bound mountainous regions of the Balkan to their planned destination. (AP Photo)

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Alpine Chasseur who fought at Narvik passing in front of Marshal Petain during his visit to Grenoble on March 19, 1941. (AP Photo)

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On their advance into Bulgaria the German troops are being happily and enthusiastically received. A young girl presenting bouquets of field flowers to marching German soldiers in Bulgaria, March 19, 1941. (AP Photo)

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The crew of British airmen designated to fly the first of 22 four-motored long-range bombers from McChord Field, Wash., consider the first lap of their trail blazing flight to England, a lark. They are, left to right are: A. Buckton, C.C. Taylor (front, on floor), E.L. Hider, (rear) A.M. McCune and W.W. Brown, shown March 19, 1941. They are inside of the bomber after flying from McChord Field to Portland, Oregon. (AP Photo)

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German infantry march during a big parade which took place on the Wenzels Square in Praha, Czech Republic, March 19, 1939 on the day of Germany's armed force entered the country. (AP Photo)

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First lady Eleanor Roosevelt accompanied President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Union Station in Washington, D.C., March 19, 1941 when he left by special train for a fishing trip in southern waters. He is expected to board the presidential yacht Potomac in Florida for a cruise. (AP Photo)

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The 8-hours working day has finally come to the chain gangs of the Bibb County jail, and convicts black and white now toil under Georgia sun in accordance with modern labour condition. Convicts at work in a field from the Bibb County jail, Georgia, on March 19, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Wendie Barrie, left, and Anita Louise, film actresses, turned out garbed thus at a circus party at the Hawaiian Paradise in Hollywood, Los Angeles, March 19, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth on her way to the royal box, followed by a huge crowd, where she will watch the Grand National race, at Aintree, Liverpool, on March 10, 1937. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt, left, and Secretary of War George Dern watch the swollen Potomac at the height of its flood from a promontory in Washington, March 19, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Lino Rivera, 16, is shown in the W. 122nd St. police station on March 20, 1935, with Lieut. S. J. Battle, left, and policeman F.W. Eldridge, right, of the Crime Prevention Bureau. Lino was said by the police to have been the innocent cause of the Harlem riots, for it was a rumor that he had been brutally killed for stealing from a store that brought the mob to 125th Street on the night of March 19. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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The proprietor of this store, who hastily plastered his display window with signs proclaiming it a 'colored store,' saved this shop from destruction, when rioting African-Americans went through New York's 'black belt' on March 19, 1935, fighting police and shattering store windows. This picture shows the storefront, the center of interest for a group for African-American boys. (AP Photo)

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A recent night air view of Berlin, March 19, 1935, emphasizing the target of lights which are being blotted out in a general air-rail-drill in which all residents were required to take part. (AP Photo)

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Lady Furness (left) and her Twin sister, Mrs. Gloria Morgan, March 19, 1935 with Reed Lawton, singer, and Michael Werboff (right), portrait artist, enjoying New York night life at the place Piquale. Lady Furness came to New York from London to aid Mrs. Vanderbilt in the latter’s unsuccessful custody fight for little 11-year-old Gloria Vanderbilt, her daughter. (AP Photo/AC)

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Swedish actress Greta Garbo is seen as she arrived in New York on the S.S. Drottingholm after having spent a three-month vacation in Sweden, March 19, 1929. (AP Photo)

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Actor Charlie Chaplin surrounded by fans in Vienna, Austria during his tour of Europe on March 19, 1931. (AP Photo)

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Nobuhito, Prince Takamatsu of Japan and his wife Princess Takamatsu, known informally as Princess Kikuko arriving at Victoria Station, London on March 19, 1931 for a visit to Britain. (AP Photo)

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New York's Stock Exchange, on Wall Street, Manhattan, March 19, 1928. (AP Photo)

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Street scene showing the fountain, Market Square and Town Hall in Naumburg, Germany, March 19, 1928. (AP Photo)

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Britain's Captain Bill Lancaster, with Australian Jessie Maude 'Chubbie' Miller, upon their arrival in Darwin, Australia, March 19, 1928, after they had flown from England to Australia. Miller was the first woman to fly to Australia, and the flight took 159 days. (AP Photo)

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