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Music Calendar...

In 1942 "Jersey Bounce" by Benny Goodman and "I Don't Want To Walk Without You" by Bing Crosby debuted on the charts. In 1945 Ella Fitzgerald & the Delta Rhythm Boys recorded "It's Only A Paper Moon." In 1952 Sun Records in Memphis released its first record, "Drivin' Slow" by Johnny London. He was a 16-year-old black saxophone player. In 1957 12-year-old Brenda Lee debuts on the Country charts with "One Step At A Time." In 1958 CBS Laboratories announced a new stereophonic record that was mono-compatible and playable on both mono and stereo phonographs. In 1965 "I Can't Explain" by the Who and "The Last Time" by the Rolling Stones entered the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1965 "Stop! In The Name Of Love" by the Supremes was #1 on the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1967 The Rolling Stones were pelted with bottles, chairs, and fireworks while performing in Sweden. In 1967 The Young Rascals recorded "

Today In History...

In 1512 Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon sights Florida. In 1625 Charles I, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland, ascended to the throne upon the death of James I. In 1794 President Washington and Congress authorized the creation of the U.S. Navy. In 1836 The first Morman temple was dedicated in Kirtland, Ohio. In 1855 Abraham Gesner received a patent for kerosene. In 1855 Congress spent $30,000 to import camels for the army in Texas and the southwest. In 1860 M.L. Byrn of New York received a patent for the corkscrew. In 1866 Andrew Rankin received a patent for the urinal. In 1884 The first long-distance telephone call was made between Boston and New York. In 1912 The first Japanese cherry trees were planted in Washington, DC. In 1917 The Seattle Metropolitans became the first U.S. team to win the Stanley Cup, defeating the Montreal Canadiens. In 1933 The U.S. Farm Credit Administration was authorized. In 1942 American service members were granted free mailing privileges. In 1945

Born On This Day...

In 1785 King Louis XVII Of France (1793-95) In 1813 Nathaniel Currier, lithographer (of Currier & Ives) In 1844 Publisher/explorer Adolphus Greeley (founded National Geographic) In 1845 Physicist, Wilhelm Rontgen (discovered X-rays) (Nobel, 1901) In 1847 German chemist Otto Wallach (Nobel 1910) In 1863 Businessman/engineer Sir Henry Royce (founded Rolls-Royce) In 1868 American schoolteacher Patty Smith Hill (wrote Happy Birthday) In 1879 Photographer, Edward Steichen (pioneered American photography) In 1892 Author, Thorne Smith In 1899 Actress, Gloria Swanson (Sunset Boulevard) In 1902 Architect, Erwin Wolfson (designed the Pan-Am building) [d: 6-26-62] In 1906 Jazz clarinetist, "Pee Wee" Russell [d: 2-15-69] In 1907 Actress/dancer Mary Treen (Joey Bishop Show) [d: 7-20-89] In 1912 British Prime Minister James Callaghan [d: 3-26-05] In 1914 Actor, Richard Denning (Hawaii Five-O) [d: 10-11-98] In 1914 Singer, Snooky Lanson (Your Hit Parade) [d: 7-2-90] In 1914 Author, Budd

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