Today In History Slideshow | 04-21-17

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Superstar Oscar Roberston pictured in front of one of Cincinatti's landmarks, the Carew Tower, was traded April 21, 1970 by Cincinatti Royals to the Milwaukee Bucks for Flynn Robinson and Charley Paulk. Robertson is leaving the Royals after 10 seasons in which he registered various NBA records and made the ALL -NBA first team in all years except the 1969-70 season. (AP Photo)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, June 8, 1982 file photo, U.S. President Ronald Reagan, left, on Centennial, and Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, on Burmese, go horseback riding in the grounds of Windsor Castle, England. Britain's Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 90th birthday on Thursday, April 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty, file)

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FILE - In this Feb. 18, 1985 file photo, Prince performs at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif. Prince, widely acclaimed as one of the most inventive and influential musicians of his era with hits including "Little Red Corvette," ''Let's Go Crazy" and "When Doves Cry," was found dead at his home on Thursday, April 21, 2016, in suburban Minneapolis, according to his publicist. He was 57. (AP Photo/Liu Heung Shing, File)

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Rosie Ruiz of New York, talks on the phone in her Boston hotel room after being declared the record-setting winner in the women's division of the Boston Marathon, April 21, 1980. She tearfully denied she cheated in the marathon and said the suggestion upset her. (AP Photo/Paul Benoit)

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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis chats with former New York City Mayor Robert Wagner beneath the statue of Cornelius Vanderbilt at New York's Grand Central Station, April 21, 1977, during a rally to save the station as a landmark. The future of the building will be decided by the New York Court of Appeals which will hear a suit aimed to remove the terminal's landmark designation to make way for another office skyscraper. (AP Photo/Ira Schwarz)

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Horror novelist Stephen King, a resident of Bangor, Maine, is pleased that his latest film adaptation of one of his novels "Pet Sematary" was filmed in Maine, where it is set, April 21, 1989. (AP Photo/HS)

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The Dalai Lama and his assistants are welcomed to their exile home, Birla House, in Mussoorie, India, but the wealthy Birla brothers, April 21, 1959. The Birlas have placed their beautiful Himalayan home at the disposal of the Dalai Lama. Some of the Birlas are: wife of G.P. Birla, wearing glasses; her son Chandrakand, 4; wife of Krishna Kumar Birla; her daughter Shobhana, 2. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo/Dennis Lee Royle)

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Rosie Ruiz, a Manhattan office worker, crosses the finish line in the women's division of the Boston Marathon, April 21, 1980. Ruiz was declared the record-setting winner in the race. Some officials claimed they were suspicious of the win for a person who only ran in one previous marathon. (AP Photo)

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David Overstreet smiles as he holds his new Miami Dolphins jersey at a press conference in Miami, April 21, 1983. Overstreet signed a three-year contract with the Dolphins. He was their number one draft pick in 1981 but signed to play with the Canadian Football League. (AP Photo/Doug Jennings)

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Geena Davis, who recently won an Academy Award for best supporting actress for her performance in "The Accidental Tourist," rehearses for NBC's "Saturday Night Live," with Grammy Award winner John "Cougar" Mellencamp at NBC's studios in New York, April 21, 1989. Mellencamp will be the show's musical guest when it airs on Saturday night. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

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Ex-chief of natives of Bikini Atoll, is hoisted aboard a Navy LST for a trip to Kili, the native people's new home, April 21, 1949. The subjects of the former chief nearly starved on Rongerik, where they first re-settled after being removed from Bikini Atoll. (AP Photo)

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FILE - In this Jan. 22, 1985 file photo, Prince performs in concert at Riverfront Coliseum during his Purple Rain Tour in Cincinnati, Ohio. Prince's publicist has confirmed that Prince died at his his home in Minnesota, Thursday, April 21, 2016. He was 57. (AP Photo/Rob Burns, File)

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U.S. diver Greg Louganis performs a dive during the U.S. Diving Indoor Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 21, 1986. Louganis won all three events at the meet for the fourth straight year giving him 38 national championships. (AP Photo/Tom Strattman)

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Actress Shirley MacLaine appears on stage at the Palace Theater in New York in her solo revue, April 21, 1976. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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Rosie Ruiz of New York smiles with laurel wreath on her head at a news conference after finishing first among women in the Boston Marathon, only to be faced with allegations that she slipped onto the course somewhere along the route, April 21, 1980. "I ran the race," she said in a television interview. "I will not say anything different. I paced myself a little further up than I expected and I ran faster." (AP Photo)

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Crowds enjoy the boardwalk during the annual Easter Sunday Parade in Atlantic City, N.J., April 21, 1935. (AP Photo)

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FILE - In this Nov. 14, 2010 file photo, musician Prince performs in Yas Island, on the final night of the F1 motor race meeting in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Prince's publicist has confirmed that Prince died at his his home, Thursday, April 21, 2016. He was 57. (AP Photo/Nousha Salimi, File)

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Rosie Ruiz, center, is helped by Boston police after winning the women's division of the Boston Marathon, April 21, 1980. Ms. Ruiz had a partial unofficial time of 2 hours, 31 minutes, and may have broken the women's record set in 1979. (AP Photo)

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Rosie Ruiz of New York waves to the crowd after receiving the laurel wreath from Boston's Mayor's wife, Katherine White, second from right, and about the receiver medal from Gov. Edward J. King, second from left, after being announced winner of the women's division of the Boston Marathon, April 21, 1980 (AP Photo)

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FILE - In this Feb. 27, 2005 file photo, singer Prince arrives with his wife Manuela Testolini for the 77th Academy Awards in Los Angeles. Prince, widely acclaimed as one of the most inventive and influential musicians of his era with hits including "Little Red Corvette," ''Let's Go Crazy" and "When Doves Cry," was found dead at his home on Thursday, April 21, 2016, in suburban Minneapolis, according to his publicist. He was 57. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)

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Portrait of Mark Twain, whose centenary was celebrated on Nov. 30, 1935. (AP Photo)

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Nelson Mandela, President of the African National Congress, addresses an election rally in Thaba Nchu in the black homeland Bophuthatswana, 240 miles southwest of Johannesburg, South Africa, April 21, 1994. There are only five days to go until South Africa's first all-race general elections. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)

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FILE - In this Aug. 17, 2010 photo, U.S. Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., participates in the Tahoe Summit at the Sand Harbor State Park near Incline Village, Nev. Ensign announced he will resign amid an ethics investigation. Ensign said Thursday, April 21, 2011, he will send Vice President Joe Biden a letter Friday making the resignation official. He said he has not violated any laws or rules, but said he could no longer subject his family, friends and constituents to further investigations. The Republican, who is under investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee, announced in March that he would not pursue re-election. (AP Photo/Cathleen Allison)

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FILE - In this March 7, 2011 photo Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., accompanied by his wife Darlene, announces he will not be a candidate for re-election, at a news conference in Las Vegas. Ensign announced he will resign amid an ethics investigation. Ensign said Thursday, April 21, 2011, he will send Vice President Joe Biden a letter Friday making the resignation official. He said he has not violated any laws or rules, but said he could no longer subject his family, friends and constituents to further investigations. .(AP Photo/Oskar Garcia)

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Actress Shirley MacLaine is seen performing at the Palace Theater with an unidentified actress, in New York, April 21, 1976. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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Richard Samuels and Despi Tralis of New York take first prize--they appeared as bronze statues-- in annual Art Students League costume ball at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, April 21, 1950. Costume theme was Mediterranean characters from Cleopatra to Lord Byron. (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman)

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PRINCESS OF WALES, BEIGE SUIT, BRITISH ROYLATY, GREETING, DISEMBARKING, HONG KONG GOVERNOR, TRIP

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An Orthodox Jewish man walks through a barbed wire fence located between barracks and the gas chamber at the former Nazi Concentration Death Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, April 21, 1993 in Oswiecim. Thousands of Jews from all over the world came to Poland to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)

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Timothy James McVeigh, a suspect in the car bombing of the Alfred Murray Building in Oklahoma City, is escorted from the Noble County Courthouse in Perry, Okla., Friday, April 21, 1995. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Joan Rivers interviews soccer legend Pele on her syndicated talk show ?Can We Shop? in New York on Thursday, April 21, 1994. During the taping Pele, 53, confirmed rumors that he will wed Assiria, 33, a fellow Brazilian, at the end of April. The show is scheduled to air on May 10, 1994. (AP Photo/Monika Graff)

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Heavy metal music fans break rank to lead fans break rank to lead a pro-democracy rally down one of Moscow's main streets on Wednesday, April 21, 1993 . Thousands gathered and marched to show their support for Russian President Boris Yeltsin prior to the Sunday 's referendum, including a large number of youths who were drawn to the event because of a free rock concert. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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Paul McCartney sings to a packed house of 175,000 people in Rio’s Maracana soccer stadium in Rio De Janeiro on April 21, 1990, in the final concert of the 33-city world tour. The audience was the largest ever to see a live performance by the ex-Beatle. (AP Photo/Altamiro Nunes)

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An old Afghan carries firewood on his back, he picked up in the mountains around Kabul, Friday, April 21, 1989 to sell at the market. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours)

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His holiness the Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of the Tibetan community, holding a rose, pricks up his ear to the questions of newsmen as he held a press conference in Paris April 21, 1989. Dalai Lama is in France to present his book "the Lord and the White Lotus." (AP Photo/Michel Lipchitz)

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Actress Whoopi Goldberg gets set to enjoy the Larry Holmes-Michael Spinks fight Saturday evening, April 21, 1986 in Las Vegas. Spinks won on a split decision. (AP Photo / Nick Ut).

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Actress Joan Collins, right, star of ?Dynasty,? gives a welcome hug to composer-singer and newcomer to the Hollywood set Lisa Popeil during a reception at night on Thursday, April 21, 1983 at Chasen?s restaurant in Ms. Popeil?s honor in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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San Francisco Mayor Dianne Feinstein wears a big smile and “Vote Democratic” hat after learning the Democrats would hold their 1984 national convention here next summer in San Francisco, April 21, 1983. The party’s site selection committee voted 23-2 on a second ballot at its Washington meeting on Thursday in favor of San Francisco. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

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Former Atlanta Braves slugger Hank Aaron is shown with an Associated Press photo of his record-breaking 715th career home run in New York on April 21, 1982. Aaron, now the team’s vice president and director of player development, says the Braves’ record winning streak is “no freaking accident,” adding that owner Ted Turner hasn’t gotten his share of the credit. (AP Photo/Dave Pickoff)

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The Rev. Billy Graham gestures as he tells students at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., April 21, 1982, that he urges the destruction of all nuclear weapons and favors the use of contraceptives "only if you’re married.” (AP Photo/Bill Polo)

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Phyllis Schlafly, a militant opponent of the Equal Rights Amendment holds up a booklet of what she calls sexual discrimination during a Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee hearing on Tuesday, April 21, 1981 in Washington. (AP Photo/Harrity)

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Lillian Carter, left, mother of U.S. President Jimmy Carter, chats with Israeli first lady Ophira Navon, April 21, 1980 in Jerusalem. Mrs. Carter paid a call on president and Mrs. Navon at their Jerusalem residence to congratulate them on Israel's 32nd Independence Day. (AP Photo/Rina Castelnuovo)

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Kyrikou Giorgi is an 88-year-old Greek woman who lives in the Akhna refugee forest on the island of Cyprus April 21, 1979. “I lived in a stone house in my own village. In the forest the worms come right through the floor,” she said. (AP Photo/Adams)

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On the island of Cyprus an island divided between warring Greek and Turks, Marina Antoni, a Greek from the village of Vialousa, keeps busy with traditional chore the laundry April 21, 1979. “I would go home tomorrow and walk all the way if necessary,” she said. Unfortunately her home is in the Turkish area. (AP Photo/Eddie Adams)

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Mrs. Margaret Thatcher- leader of Britain’s Conservative Party- smiles as she gets a “check up” while on her nationwide election campaign tour. She was visiting a factory at Milton Keynes in Oxfordshire, April 21, 1979, which makes Patient Monitoring Systems. After being “plagged in to one of the systems- she was pronounced in good shape, “Heart good”, Lungs Good, and tongue Good” All the opinion polls at the moment give Mrs. Thatcher’s party a good lead over Premier Jim Callaghan’s Labour Party for the upcoming May 3rd General Election. (AP Photo)

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Ed and Mary Cashat of Pasadena, Texas listen to the address on energy by President Jimmy Carter before the joint session of Congress, April 21, 1977. Cashat is a foreman of the operations department, which handles the machinery and equipment, at a Shell Oil Company Refinery. Cashat thought the president’s conservation measures were generally all right and believed he would rather have a gas tax rather than some sort of gasoline rationing plan. (AP Photo/Ed Kolenovsky)

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Andrea McArdle, right, embraces Dorothy Loudon after the opening performance of the Broadway show “Annie,” at a Manhattan Theater in New York on April 21, 1977, a musical based on the little orphan Annie comic strip. McArdle plays the title role of Annie while Miss Loudon portrays the wicked Miss Hannigan. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Pres. Jimmy Carter, left, addressees congressional leaders during a meeting at the White House, Thursday, April 21, 1977, Washington, D.C. During the meeting, the group discussed general issues. (AP Photo/Charles Bennett)

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Henry Kissinger with Le Duc Tho in a chill Paris Street on April 21, 1976. (AP Photo)

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Don King, boxing promoter, sits in his plush, $7,000-a-month office atop a Manhattan skyscraper in New York on Tuesday, April 21, 1976. If his throne is crumbling as the Mahatma of ring entrepreneurs, it isn?t obvious in his offices. (AP Photo/Dave Pickoff)

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A small boy carries his younger brother as refugees evacuate Meherpur Monday, April 21, 1971 following clashes there between Bangladesh rebel troops and Pakistani central government forces. The refugees have been moving to safer areas across the Indian border. (AP Phot/Michel Laurent)

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First Lady Betty Ford, wife of Presiden Gerald Ford talks on a React emergency station at the San Jacinto Battlegrounds near Houston on Wednesday, April 21, 1976. Mrs. Ford on the base station hookup talked with sever CB'ers and identified herself as "First Momma." REACT groups around the country that monitor the CB wave lengths for emergency calls. Woman in the background is Helen Peebles who had been monitoring for the channels. (AP Photo/Ed Kolenovsky

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A lion cub at the Philadelphia Zoo, April 21, 1971 takes a playful poke at his roommate, a raccoon, which Children's Zoo Superintendent Bob Callahan put together after he found the raccoon would not get along with a porcupine. The two new roommates now get along fine together and delight kids visiting the zoo. (AP Photo/Warren M. Winterbottom)

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A U.S. Marine at a hilltop position about 15 miles west of Da Nang, South Vietnam on April 21, 1969, runs for cover from North Vietnamese automatic weapons fire. The hilltop camp was being used by the marines during a multi-battalion sweep of the area. (AP Photo/Cornu)

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Local people look at the remains of a burned out post office in Grosvenor Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland on April 21, 1969, following the previous weekend's disorders. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

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Residents in the old park road area draw water from street taps in Belfast, Northern Ireland on April 21, 1969, because of water rationing, caused by damage to the Silent Valley Reservoir. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

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Singing star Nancy Sinatra, daughter of Frank Sinatra, is pictured upon her arrival at London Airport, April 21, 1966. Nancy is here to promote her latest record – "How Does That Grab You, Darlin?" She will also appear on the new Rediffusion television show, "Hippodrome," which is being taped in black and white and in color, to be shown in both Britain and the United States. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

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Fair weather, some new attractions and the presence of some international figures all combined to draw more than 120,000 persons to the second edition of the New York World’s Fair by 1 p.m. of the opening day on April 21, 1965. This general view taken from a helicopter shows the thousands crowding through the turnstiles of the main gate in the foreground and the various pavilions of the fair’s industrial area. (AP Photo/JR)

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Mexican dancers break into song and dance during opening day parade at the New York World’s Fair on April 21, 1965. The parade marked the opening of the fair’s second year. The Mexican pavilion is one of the more popular foreign pavilions of the exposition. (AP Photo)

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Ballet dancers Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev sit on stage amidst flowers, in pleasant exhaustion following their performance of "Romeo And Juliet" at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York, April 21, 1965. The two stars smile at the cheering audience through the raised curtain after they took 33 curtain calls. The 35-minute ovation took its toll on the prima ballerina and her leading man who finally decided on a sitting acknowledgement. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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A Nubian family of Debod village in Egypt on April 21, 1964 sits next to its meager possessions awaiting transportation to its new home. Many of Egypt’s Nubian families have been moved to new homes as the old villages will be inundated when a great lake is formed behind Egypt’s new Aswan high dam, rapidly approaching completion. (AP Photo)

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About 2000 anti-Castro demonstrators carry lighted tapers and fall to their knees on the street to pray for those who died in invasion of Cuba outside the New York headquarters of Soviet Mission to the United Nations on April 21, 1961. They carried a two-foot high figure of the Virgin Mary and used the fish as a symbol. (AP Photo/Harvey Lippman)

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Foreign groups (from Italy, Fiji, Australia, Canada and Algeria) are in the column of marchers as some 10,000 supporters of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament set out from Reading, Berkshire on April 21, 1962, on the second leg of their protest march from Aldermaston to London. The ban-the-bomb demonstrators spent the night under canvas outside Reading. (AP Photo)

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Roger Maris of New York Yankees swings during ball game in Washington between New York and the Washington Senators, April 21, 1963. (AP Photo/Bob Schutz)

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President John Kennedy makes a statement at his news conference on April 21, 1961 in the State Department auditorium in Washington. The Chief Executive avoided questions about Cuba and also about his Washington speech yesterday (April 20) on the Cuban situation. (AP Photo)

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Twelve-year-old Prince Charles of Britain is almost as tall as his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, as they watch riders at finish line in cross country course of Horse Trials, on April 21, 1961 at Badminton, England. Her majesty celebrated her 35th birthday this day. (AP Photo)

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Cuban Premier Fidel Castro smiles and waves to crowd of admirers who greeted him on his arrival at New York’s Pennsylvania railroad station April 21, 1959. Castro is scheduled to spend five days in New York before going on to Boston. (AP Photo/Ray Stubblebine)

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Princess Margaret, left, listens attentively to Signora Squarciapino, inspector for the Rome fine arts department, as she explains the old Roman buildings and works of art at Ostia Antica, near Rome, Italy on April 21, 1959. Signora Squarciapino conducted the princess around the site where excavations are still in progress. The princess, with Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, is on a five-day private visit to Rome. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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Cuban Premier Fidel Castro smiles and waves to crowd of admirers who greeted him on his arrival at New York’s Pennsylvania railroad station April 21, 1959. Castro is scheduled to spend five days in New York before going on to Boston. (AP Photo/Ray Stubblebine )

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Teenagers in jeans, sweaters and duffle coats march to the accompaniment of a guitar as the 10,000 ban-the-bomb marchers leave Reading, Berkshire on April 21, 1952, on the second leg of their protest march from Aldermaston to London. They are marching under a banner reading “Marlborough CND” (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament). (AP Photo)

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An Indian Sadhu (holy man), 47-year-old Nirmal Sing Pantal, sits in meditation under a tree, wearing only a loin cloth, in New Delhi, India on April 21, 1952 in an attempt to spiritually influence President Truman to announce a pacifist policy for the U.S.A. Ignoring his spectators, as he adopts a traditional yoga pose, the Sadhu is engaged on his 14th fast in the cause of world peace. (AP Photo)

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Men, women and children at Bellevue Hospital watch the elephants during the 48th annual performance of the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus on the hospital parade grounds in New York on April 21, 1950. Thirteen acts were presented during the one-hour show. (AP Photo/Tom Fitzsimmons)

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Andrei A. Gromyko, center, Soviet ambassador to the U.S., reads the news of Red Army's drive into the suburbs of Berlin, in his office in the embassy in Washington on April 21, 1945. Looking over his shoulder are Nina I. Matveeva (left) and Peter K. Sliousasenko, secretaries to the ambassador. (AP Photo/GBF)

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“Rangy”, a German parrot rescued from a wrecked building in Wurzburg, Germany, sits on the helmet of Pfc. John Lambros, above, of 566 Fairview, St. Paul, Minn., from whom he is slowly learning the American language, April 21, 1945. The bird refuses to leave Lambros’ outfit attached to the U.S. Seventh Army. (AP Photo/James Pringle)

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All organized resistance in the sacred Nazi City of Nuremberg has ended, after bitter fighting, mainly against fanatical enemy snipers, when Seventh Army troops took over the devastated town. Together with the famous Zeppelin Arena, meeting place of Adolf Hitler and his Nazi party. Private First Class Wilson Cross, stands guard on top of the Zeppelin Arena on April 21, 1945. A huge Swastika dominates the building which has been the scene of many Nazi party meetings. (AP Photo)

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Scenes of the devastated German town of Nuremberg, meeting place and sacred town of the Nazi party on April 21, 1945. Heavy fighting took place before organized resistance was finally overcome. (AP Photo)

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The Diligenti quintuplets, who will be two years old in July, sun themselves on a swing in the backyard of their Buenos Aires home on April 21, 1945. From left to right are: Maria Esther, Carlos Alberto, Franco, Maria Fernando and Maria Cristina. Franco has grown a half head taller than his sisters and brother. (AP Photo)

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The latest spitfire, the Mark XII, appears in flight during maneuvers, April 21, 1944. The plane has clipped wings for low altitude fighting, a new pointed rudder and a newly-shaped nose housing a Rolls Royce Griffon engine. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth celebrated her 18th birthday somewhere in the English countryside on Friday, April 21, 1944. Front row, from left: Queen Mother Mary, King George VI, Princess Elizabeth, and Queen Elizabeth. Back row, from left: Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Margaret Rose, Princess Royal Marion (wife of Lord Harewood), Duchess of Kent, and Lord Harewood. (AP Photo)

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2nd Lt. Edna M. Blumenthal, Army Nurse, of 3523A McKean Ave., St. Louis, Mo., conducts a Physio-therapy exercise class for injured American soldiers at a hospital in England, April 21, 1944. Soldiers are left to right: Pvt. Dave Mote, Phenix City, Ala., sprained leg; Cpl. Woodrow Reid, Hartsville, S.C., broken leg; Pfc. Ralph Sherman, Ono. PA., broken leg; and Pvt. George W. Rowe, 1009 3rd Ave., Asbury Park, N.J., broken leg. (AP Photo)

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Monterrey, Mexico, turns out to greet the visiting President from the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt in car with Mexico’s President Manuel Avila Camacho on April 21, 1943. (AP Photo/Pool)

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The sugar container still has place on the tables of the Allerton Hotel restaurant in Chicago, but the management has added a striking reminder to their patrons to show their patriotism by conserving sugar. Miss Bernice Mezger holds the flag stopper and bowl, April 21, 1942. (AP Photo)

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From left to right: Hubertus J. Van Mook, lieutenant governor general of the Dutch East Indies and Dr. Alexander Loudon, Netherlands minister to the United States leaving the White House on April 21, 1942, after a conference with President Franklin D. Roosevelt. (AP Photo/George R. Skadding)

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Fairey Swordfish,are a three seat fleet spotter, reconnaissance torpedo carrying aircraft, seen in formation flight over the fields of England, on April 21, 1942. (AP Photo)

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A friendship begun three years ago in France was renewed by Hedy Lamarr, the present favourite glamour girl of the film world when the Maharajah of Kapurthala, visited her studio in Hollywood on April 21, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth, right, 13 on April 21, spent the day riding in Windsor Great Park with King George VI and Princess Margaret Rose. Princess Elizabeth on her pony with the King, and Princess Margaret after their ride in Windsor Great Park, in England, on April 21, 1939. (AP Photo)

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An undated photo about 1917 of Manfred von Richthofen, "the Red Baron" striking a pose during World War I. He wears the German Pour le Merite about his neck and the tunic of a cavalry officer. On his tunic, right, is the Iron Cross. (AP Photo)

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House Minority Whip Newt Gingrich of Georgia, flanked by Reps. Henry Hyde, R-Ill, left, and Bill McCollum, R-Fla., holds a newspaper article on the death penalty while meeting reporters on Capitol Hill April 21, 1994 to discuss the crime bill. On that day, the House passes a $28 billion get-tough-on-crime bill which demands life imprisonment of three-time violent and drug offenders and expanding the federal crimes subject to the death penalty.(AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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President Clinton is joined by other dignitaries for a group portrait in the East Room of the White House Wednesday, April 21, 1993 as part of events connected with Thursday's opening of the Holocaust Memorial Museum. From left are: President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Havel, Polish President Lech Walesa, Bulgarian President Zhelyu Zhelev, Croation President Franjo Tudjman, Israeli President Chaim Herzog, Clinton, Portuguese President Mario Soares, Romanian President Ion Ilescu, Hungarian President Arpad Goncz, President of Slovenia Milan Kucan and President of the Slovak Republic, Michal Kovac. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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San Quentin Prison Warden Daniel Vasquez answers a reporter's question after describing the last remarks made by Robert Alton Harris who was executed in San Quentin's gas chamber, April 21, 1992, shortly after 6 a.m. (AP Photo/Sal Veder)

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Member of the U.S. Army pall bearers carry the casket of Joe Louis to his final resting place Tuesday, April 21, 1981 at Arlington National Cemetery. Louis' widow Martha walks behind the honor guard procession. (AP Photo)

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Funk bassist Bootsy Collins is shown, April 21, 1978. (AP Photo)

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California Governor Ronald Reagan laughs at something said by Vice President Gerald Ford during luncheon, April 21, 1974. Ford, a staunch defender of the president in California, addressed an estimated 1,200 delegates and guests at the semiannual Republican State Convention. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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The Rev. Dr. Ralph Abernathy, head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, standing, is greeted by Angela Davis as he arrives for a news conference April 21, 1972 in San Francisco. Abernathy joined Miss Davis to voice support for an antiwar rally scheduled for tomorrow in San Francisco. He also told the news conference that "ever since the days of Martin Luther King" he has been fighting to encourage the civil rights movement to join with the antiwar movement. Other people at the table are unidentified. AP Photo/Robert W. Klein)

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President Richard M. Nixon announces April 21,1969 the appointment of Rep. Donald Rumsfeld, left, of Illlinois, a director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, and as a presidential assistant wth cabinet rank. Rumsfeld planned to resign his congressional seat when he was confirmed by the Senate. (AP Photo/CWH)

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Rep. Donald Rumsfeld, R-Ill., is named Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity and assistant to the U.S. president with Cabinet rank at the White House in Washington, D.C., April 21, 1969. Rumsfeld, 36, plans to resign his seat when he is confirmed by the Senate. (AP Photo)

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Queen Elizabeth II, who will celebrate her 42nd birthday, April 21, 1968, poses with her family at Frogmore, Windsor, England. From left, are: the Duke of Edinburgh, 46; Princess Anne, 17; Prince Edward, 4; the Queen; Prince Andrew, 8; and Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, 19. Dog is family?s pet Corgi. (AP Photo)

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A military policeman of the U.S. 9th Infantry Division plays ring-around-the-rosy with children from the village of Cai Lay in the Mekong Delta area some 45 miles Southwest of Saigon on April 21, 1967. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is seen during the State Opening of Parliament, London, England, in this April 1966 photo. The Queen celebrates her 80th birthday on April 21, 2006. (AP Photo)

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British actress Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Kate Walton, pictured during a 30-minute stopover at London Airport, April 21, 1964. Arriving from Washington, D.C., mother and daughter were on their way to Munich, where Julie is making a film. (AP Photo)

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Edward M. Kennedy, the President's youngest brother, who is a freshman member of the U.S. Senate from Massachusetts, posed as he was interviewed by special correspondent Relman Morin, April 21, 1963 in his Washington, D.C., office. This was Kennedy's first interview in the three months he has been in the nation's capital. (AP Photo)

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Actor Richard Burton lends a helping hand to Elizabeth Taylor as they walk along a rocky hill on the Italian Resort Island of Porto Santo Stefano, Italy on April 21, 1962. The two had taken time out from their movie making chores in Rome for an Easter holiday outing by the seashore. (AP Photo)

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Singer Harry Belafonte leads a line of pickets from Harvard and surrounding colleges in protest against lunch counter segregation in the South. Students picketed the Woolworth store in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Ma., April 21, 1960. (AP Photo/J. Walter Green)

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An aerial view of Brasilia, Brazil's new capital, showing some of the modern buildings that are going up there, February 14, 1960. Brasilia will become the nation's new capital on April 21,1960, taking the capital status from Rio de Janeiro. (The Helicopter pilot's right knee and foot are in left foreground) (AP-Photo)

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On Febuary 12, 1960, a car is seen driving by the twin office building of the Brazilian congress near completion in Brasilia which will become the nation's new capital on April 21,1960, taking the capital status from Rio de Janeiro. (AP-Photo)

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Television actor Jonathan Winters has some unusual items for sale in the gift shop he shares with partners in New York on April 21, 1959. At left is a sculptured figure depicting Louis XIV, and at right, in Winters? left hand, is a ?mummified? hand sculptured by Jana Homsey. (AP Photo/Raw)

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A bulldozer operator came on a large den on the Eddie Wary Ranch near, while working on a farm pond on in Okeene, Oklahoma, April 21, 1958. Wray said the snakes were under small gypsum bolder and all were in the dormant stage so they didn't run. They ranged in size from 1½ feet to 5 feet long. The ranch will be the site of the annual Okeene Rattlesnake Roundup on April 27. (AP Photo)

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The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox played a near record baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New York on April 21, 1956. The Yankees rushed off to a big lead, were overtaken and then surged in front again with a five-run eighth, to win 14-10. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

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General view, with portion of the San Jacinto monument in background, of crowd, estimated by police as 9,000 listened to Sen. Joseph McCarthy as he spoke in Houston, Texas April 21, 1954. (AP Photo/ Carl E. Linde)

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The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Prince Edward and Wallis Simpson, smile as they hold their pet dogs, Trooper, held by the duchess, and Disraeli, in their stateroom aboard the liner Queen Elizabeth before sailing from New York on April 21, 1954 to spend the rest of the year at their home near Paris, France. They had visited in the South and the Caribbean area for the past several months. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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Gabriel "Coco" Chanel, back in the fashion world after a lapse of 15 years, relaxes in her book-lined studio above her Paris salon April 21,1954. (AP photo)

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Col. Sidney H. Bingham, right, chairman of New York City's Board of Transportation, looks at working model of conveyor belt passenger subway system at preview in New York, April 21, 1953. Others, from left, are: John E. Gannon, executive vice president of 42nd Street Mid-Manhattan Association; Lee S. Stephens, president of Stephens-Adamson Manufacturing Co.; and R.S. Wilson, vice president of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. The two latter firms designed the model at Bingham's suggestion and this system has been proposed to replace the present Grand Central - Times Square subway shuttle. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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Elsie and Paul Jung demonstrate that the life of circus performers isn't all bands and thrills. Elsie, an equestrian with Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, does a bit of emergency mending for her husband Paul, a clown, in their dressing room at Madison Square Garden in New York, April 21, 1952. The couple spends eight months a year on the road. (AP Photo)

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Conductor Leonard Bernstein on the Queen Mary ocean liner in New York city April 21, 1948 leaves on a six week's concert tour in Europe. (AP Photo/Matty Zimmerman

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Fighting men of the 165th regiment, 2nd battalion of the 27th division kneel during memorial services for the late President of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt on Okinawa on April 21, 1945. Chaplain C. J. Wartman (background) stands before a native tomb as he conducts the service. The regiment is made up of New York State and City men. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

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Stephen T. Early (third from left, hand upraised) is sworn as special assistant to President Harry S. Truman (seated center) by Frank K. Sanderson, executive administrator (standing, front right) at ceremony in the White House, Washington, April 21, 1945. At rear stand members of the president's office staff. (AP Photo/B.I. Sanders)

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All organized resistance in the sacred Nazi city of Nuremberg has ended. After bitter fighting, mainly against fanatical enemy snipers in the devastated ruins, Seventh Army troops took over the town, together with the famous Zeppelin Arena, meeting place of the Nazi party. Zeppelin Arena, famous meeting place of Adolf Hitler and his Nazi party at Nuremberg, on April 21, 1945. In the foreground a Sherman tank is seen, crippled during the fighting for the sacred Nazi City. (AP Photo)

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Britain's Princess Elizabeth celebrated her eighteenth birthday quietly in the country with members of the royal family on April 21, 1944. Princess Elizabeth with her grand-mother, Queen Mary. (AP Photo)

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Crewmen of the U.S. bombers that took part in the blasting of the Japanese on Nauru island on April 21, 1943, gave their reports to intelligence officers after returning to a South Pacific base. It was the longest aerial task force mission of the war. The Japanese seized Nauru from the British last August. (AP Photo/Murray Befeler)

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Actor-dancer Fred Astaire is shown in character in a dance routine atop a bar in the movie "The Sky's the Limit" in Hollywood, Ca., on April 21, 1943. (AP Photo)

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Members of the Royal Family of Great Britain posed with officers of the famed Grenadier Guards for this picture on May 19, 1942 in England, when Princess Elizabeth, seated to the right of her father, King George, reviewed the regiment at Windsor Castle on her 16th birthday on April 21. (AP Photo)

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Charlie Chaplin, screen star and producer, with his wife, film star Paulette Goddard and son, Charles Jr., at Santa Catalina, California on April 21, 1940 where they are taking in the sun and the bay. The actor has just completed his long awaited fund picture. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth of England shown on her 14th Birthday which she celebrated at Windsor, England on April 21, 1940. (AP Photo)

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Lady Douglas Hamilton (formerly Miss Prunella Stack) is leading a team of teachers of her famous league of health and beauty on a mission to Sweden, where they will demonstrate British fitness training methods at the Lingiad in Stockholm. Lady Douglas Hamilton (Prunella Stack) at right coaching some of her health and beauty girls in their exercises on April 21, 1939, in London, United Kingdom, during a rehearsal for their Swedish visit. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth the eldest daughter of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 13th birthday on April 21. The Princess was allowed to plan her own day, as it was her birthday, and after opening her presents in the morning, she went riding in Windsor Great Park with the King and Princess Margaret, her younger sister. She is a giving a tea party, to which the King and Queen and Queen Mary have been invited at Windsor Castle, where the court is at present. The Princess’s birthday presents included a diamond bracelet from the King and clothes, among which were silk stockings from the Queen. Princess Elizabeth after her ride in Windsor Great Park, in England, on April 21, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Lou Gehrig's wife Eleanor, center, and his parents Christina and Heinrich, right, watch the New York Yankees season opener at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, N.Y., on April 21, 1939. (AP Photo)

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New York Yankees teammates pose with politicians before playing the season's opening game against the Senators in Washington, D.C., April 21, 1939. From left to right are Buddy Rosar, Yankees catcher; Rep. Pius Schwert, D-N.Y., former Yankees catcher; Joe Gallager, Yankees utility player; Sen. James H. Mead, D-N.Y., director of Buffalo ball player; and Joe McCarthy, Yankees manager. (AP Photo)

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In a lean-to kitchen of their hewn cabin in the hills near Orlando, West Virginia on April 21, 1938, the youngsters gather around their father, Walter Donaldson, as he studies the essentials of reading and writing under WPA supervision. Mrs. Donaldson, left, looked after the family correspondence while Walter tended to the breadwinning for her and their family of eight on their seven slopping acres which he tenants. (AP Photo)

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This rough hewn cabin beside the fork of little Kanasha River near Orlando, West Virginia on April 21, 1938 is where Walter Donaldson, his wife and eight children live on seven rented acres planted principally to corn and potatoes. Donaldson, a middle-aged hills farmer, was the millionth adult person to learn to read and write under WPA supervision. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth, who celebrated her tenth birthday April 21, is shown riding her new white pony in Windsor Great Park, on April 21, 1936 accompanied by her riding master. Second in line of succession to the British throne, she may rule some day as Queen Elizabeth. She's the older daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York. (AP Photo)

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The men who direct the operations of Japan’s army. A conclave of Japan’s ablest generals being held in Tokyo on April 21, 1937, with General Sugiyama, war minister, addressed them on the perils facing the empire from Soviet Russia and China. “The Army,” the war minister told the generals, “must be the pilot as well as the propulsive forces of the nation.” (AP Photo/J.A. Mills)

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Premier Benito Mussolini marches out into the rain during the 2,698th anniversary of the birth of Rome, Italy, on April 21, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Mary Pickford, motion picture actress, gave a recitation at Easter sunrise service in the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angles on April 21, 1935. More than 25,000 persons gathered for the service under skies obscured by fog. (AP Photo/Frank Filan)

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A huge throng of people in their Easter Sunday best crowds the boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J., April 21, 1935. Official estimates placed the crowd at 500,000 and experts will select the 100 best dressed women. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin Roosevelt shown in Washington, April 21, 1934. As he signed into law the Bankhead bill to limit this year?s cotton crop to 10,000,000 bales by prohibitive taxes against cotton sold above each producer?s allotment. Standing, from left to right: Senator John H. Bankhead and Representative William B. Bankhead, brother authors of the bill; Representative Wall Doxey of Mississippi, and Representative Hampton P. Fulmer of South Carolina. (AP Photo)

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Cleto Locatelli, the Italian light-weight boxer, is hard at work training in London, United Kingdom for his fight with Jack “Kid” Berg, the idol of Whitechapel at the Albert Hall in London on Thursday. Locatelli is seen in training at the Italian Club in London on April 21, 1933. (AP Photo/Bead)

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Political prisoners playing football in a concentration camp near Berlin on April 21, 1933. (AP Photo)

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Aviator Captain Frank Monroe Hawks in the cockpit of his monoplane at Heston Aerodrome in west London, England on April 21, 1931. (AP Photo)

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German airman Manfred von Richthofen, called the "Red Baron," is shown returning from a mission at his squadron's aerodrome at the Front in World War I in 1916. Behind him is the German Cross that marks his plane. (AP Photo)

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Author Samuel Clemens, known as Mark Twain, is shown with his wife, Olivia, and daughter, Clara at their suburban London home in 1900. (AP Photo)

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Ex King Alfonso XIII of Spain walking to the boat in Calais, France with some officials on April 21, 1931. He drove from Paris driving his own car. (AP Photo)

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