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ON THIS DAY 11-26-19

Desert Radio AZ Top 5

ON THIS DAY 11-25-19

New test for drunk drivers! Possible replacement for the Breathalyzer!

Sierra Vista Arizona Upcoming Events

20th Annual Festival of Trees - Nov. 16-Dec. 3
LEGO Club - Monday, Nov. 25, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Digital Librarian - Monday, Nov. 25, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Little LEGO Builders - Tuesday, Nov. 26, 5:30-6:15 p.m.
Lifelong Learning Brown Bag Lectures - Wednesday, Nov. 27, 12:10-1:00 p.m.
Movie Matinee - Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1:00 p.m.
Thanksgiving Holiday - Thursday, Nov. 28.
Special Holiday Closure - Friday, Nov. 29.
Guided History Hike: Murray Springs Clovis Site - Saturday, Nov. 30, 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Amazing Arizona: Empire Ranch - Tuesday, Dec. 3, 1:00-2:00 p.m.

Uncommon Recreation

Staying in shape over the holidays can be tough as the weather cools and calories pile up. 
Fortunately, our next Fit & Fabulous class starts up on Monday. Dec. 2! Taught by a certified senior exercise instructor who is also an Army veteran, this class will help you maintain your strength, fitness, and flexibility.

The class meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Register online, over the phone, or in person. Call (520) 458-7922 to learn more!

Extraordinary Outings

Learn about the 143-year history of the Empire Ranch in Sonoita on Tuesday, Dec. 3, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in the Sierra Vista Public Library at Amazing Arizona: Empire Ranch.

Empire Ranch Foundation President Faith Boice will talk about the foundation's role in preserving the ranch's historic buildings and keeping the story of this special place alive. Amazing Arizona, hosted by the Henry F. Hauser Museum and the Sierra Vista Public Library, is a series of free educational presentations covering unique historical aspects of southeastern Arizona.

The Amazing Arizona series is made possible with funding provided by the Sierra Vista Historical Society and Friends of the Sierra Vista Public Library.

City Spotlight Recycle fat, oil, and grease

With Thanksgiving on Thursday, everyone is thinking about what they'll be putting on the table, not what may end up going down the drain. 
Too often, all that used cooking fat, oil, and grease finds its way into the kitchen sink. From there it goes down the drain where it cools, hardens, and causes headaches for homeowners and paydays for plumbers. But there's a better option!

Instead of pouring that gunk down the drain, transfer it into a clean, dry container with a secure lid. Use a coffee filter and paper towel to remove the solid bits and residue. Then take the container to the City's compost facility and we'll have it turned into eco-friendly biodiesel fuel!

While the Compost Facility is closed on Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving this week, it is open on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. So stop by for a little post-Thanksgiving recycling by heading out to the facility's drop off site over at 7201 E. Highway 90, by mile post 324.

The Compost Facility is …

Apply for Assistance

Parents can apply for assistance 8:00 a.m. to noon on Friday, December 6, and Saturday, December 7, at Sierra Vista Fire Station 3, located at 675 Giulio Cesare Avenue. Children ages 0 to 12 years old living in the Sierra Vista area are eligible to receive assistance.

Applicants must:
Apply in person, not on someone else's behalf
Present a photo ID and proof of local residency
Present a utility bill indicating applicant's name and address
Present documentation for parental or legal guardianship

Help SVF&MS spread Christmas cheer with Toy Drive

For 48 years, Sierra Vista Fire & Medical Services firefighters have played the role of Santa's elves by helping local families in need ensure their children have something fun to unwrap for Christmas.
The department's annual Christmas Toy Drive is once again getting ready to bring a little Christmas joy to about 250 to 300 area families. Firefighters and community volunteers fill hundreds of blue bags for delivery day each year and can always use help collecting, bagging, and distributing toys for children ages birth to 12 years old. Of course, donations are also always needed. The drive would not be possible without generous community support.

Donations of new, unwrapped toys and monetary contributions are accepted at any Sierra Vista fire station until Sunday, December 22. Donations can also be made during the department's Pack the Penske live radio remotes on Wednesdays, December 4, 11, and 18 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Ace Hardware parking lot located on the sou…


The average family is more likely to order a pizza on a Friday night, more so than any other night.17% of working women say they are asked out by a co-worker on a weekly basis.Every day around the world humans consume about 2 billion insects.Almost half of men check for bald spots and thinning hair on a daily basis.The average age people stop having birthday parties is 31.The majority of adults who drink coffee started doing it at age 14.Nearly 60% of Americans would like prescription drug commercials banned from TV.The number one thing newlyweds should not take on a honeymoon is a relative.Approximately how many turkeys are eaten each year on Thanksgiving in the U.S.? A whopping 280 million.

Music Calendar...

In 1911 "Down By The Old Mill Stream" by Authur Clough & Brunswick Quartet is #1 on the charts.
In 1949 Tap dancing great Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, the inspiration for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's "Mr. Bojangles," dies at age 71.
In 1954 Miles Davis begins his first recording session.
In 1957 Gene Vincent & the Blue Caps appear on the "Ed Sullivan Show."
In 1957 "Oh, Boy!" by Buddy Holly and "Great Balls Of Fire" by Jerry Lee Lewis both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1961 The Everly Brothers are inducted into the U.S. Marine CorpsReserve, reporting to Camp Pendleton for duty.
In 1964 Manfred Mann and the Everly Brothers appear on TV's "Shindig."
In 1964 The Zombies record "Tell Her No."
In 1965 Harrods in London opens after hours to allow the Beatles to shop for Christmas.
In 1966 The Jimi Hendrix Experience makes its London performing debut at the Bag O' Nails Club.
In 1967 "Incense &…

Today In History...

In 1758 In the French and Indian Wars, the British capture Fort Duquesne at what is now Pittsburgh.
In 1783 The British evacuate New York, their last military position in the U.S. during the Revolutionary War.
In 1884 John B. Meyenberg of St. Louis, Missouri, patents evaporated milk.
In 1885 U.S. Vice President Thomas A. Hendricks dies at age 66, eight months after taking office.
In 1920 WTAW in College Station, TX, broadcasts the first play-by-play description of a football game, between the University of Texas and Texas A&M.
In 1922 The entrance of King Tut's tomb is discovered.
In 1933 The first Soviet liquid rocket attains an altitude of 261 feet.
In 1944 Baseball Commissioner Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis dies at age 78.
In 1952 Agatha Christie's "Mouse Trap" opens in London.
In 1957 President Dwight D. Eisenhower suffers a slight stroke.
In 1960 The first atomic reactor for research and development is operational in Richland, Washington.
In 1963 The body of President …

Born On This Day...

In 1712 Educator, Charles-Michel Epee (one-hand sign alphabet for deaf)
In 1835 Steel industrialist, Andrew Carnegie (founded Carnegie Hall)
In 1844 Inventor, Carl Friedrich Benz (first internal combustion car)
In 1846 Social reformer, Carry Amelia Moore Nation
In 1881 Pope, John XXIII (261st pope, 1958-63)
In 1896 Composer/author/journalist, Virgil Thomson
In 1910 Alto-sax/clarinetist, Willie Smith (Duke Ellington) [d: 3-7-67]
In 1914 Baseball Hall of Famer, Joe DiMaggio (Yankees) [d: 3-8-99]
In 1919 Actor, Steve Brodie (Life & Legend of Wyatt Earp) [d: 1-9-92]
In 1920 Actor, Ricardo Montalban (Fantasy Island, Wrath of Kahn) [d: 1-14-09]
In 1922 Actress, Shelagh Fraser (Aunt Beru Lars-Star Wars) [d: 9-14-00]
In 1924 Jazz performer, Paul Desmond (Dave Brubeck Quartet) [d: 5-30-77]
In 1925 Actor, Jeffrey Hunter (Christopher Pike-Star Trek) [d: 5-27-69]
In 1928 Jazz singer, Etta Jones [d: 10-16-01]
In 1929 Actor, Jack Hogan (Kirby-Combat, Sgt. Jerry Miller-Adam 12) (90)
In 1931 Trumpeter/songwrite…

ON THIS DAY 11-22-19


A recent survey found that one third of all couples have never gone on a romantic trip together.The average person is likely to spend more than 1,200 hours online every year.A study has identified more than 1,600 injuries annually from a wire grill brush.On the average we forget to use deodorant five times a month.30% of women in a recent survey admit they have no desire to paint their toenails this time of year.A study found that saying "thank you" to your partner on a regular basis is the key to a happy relationship.62% of people would be unwilling to become a vegetarian if their partner asked them to.62% of women have waxed their upper lip before their wedding.You're taking a walk in a desert and you find a rock. You say, "That has to be a meteorite." And you're correct. Where are you? You're in Antarctica. Because of its minuscule annual precipitation (less than 10 inches), it's classified as a desert. And its ice and snow have been slowly build…


Americans are moving at the lowest rate on record. New Census Bureau data show 9.8% of the U.S. population age 1 and older changed addresses over the past year, the smallest share in records dating back to 1948.Coldplay says they are going to stop touring until they can find out a way to do it, where it doesn't hurt the environment as much.No further investigation is needed -- a DNA test proves that Hunter Biden is the father of an Arkansas woman's baby.A new study shows that the human brain has shrunk by almost 20% over the past 20,000 years.Instead of a Gingerbread house, Oreo is offering kits to build your own Oreo Cookie house.Mandy Moore has announced that she doing her first concert tour in over a decade, starting in March in Pittsburgh and ending in Denver in May.Now we hear that Prince Andrew didn't step down from his royal duties-he was fired by his mom, Queen Elizabeth.It turns out that a Tampa, Florida, high school was built on top of a cemetery for 145 indigent…

Today In History...

In 1718 English pirate Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard, is killed during a battle off the Virginia coast.
In 1842 Northern California's Mount Lassen erupts.
In 1896 George Washington Ferris dies at age 37, three years after inventing the Ferris Wheel.
In 1906 The International Radio Telegraphic Convention in Berlin adopts the "SOS" as the new call for help.
In 1935 Transpacific airmail service begins aboard a China Clipper flying boat, which took 60 hours to travel from San Francisco To Manila.
In 1943 Lebanon gains it's independence.
In 1943 President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek meet in Cairo to discuss measures for defeating the Japanese during World War II.
In 1945 Football player Jim Benton of Cleveland gains 303 yards setting a NFL record.
In 1947 The Iran Assembly nullifies oil agreements with the Soviet Union.
In 1962 The Soviet Union announces an end of combat-readiness alert of its armed …

Music Calendar...

In 1928 "Bolero," a musical work by Maurice Ravel, is first performed in Paris, France.
In 1938 Bunny Berigan & his Orchestra record "Jelly Roll Blues."
In 1943 Lyricist Lorenz Hart dies in New York at age 48.
In 1955 Elvis Presley signs with RCA and receives a $5000 signing bonus.
In 1957 The Miles Davis Quintet play Carnegie Hall in New York.
In 1957 Simon & Garfunkel appear on "American Bandstand" as "Tom & Jerry."
In 1959 Connie Francis performs at Carnegie Hall in New York.
In 1965 The musical "Man of La Mancha" premieres in New York.
In 1965 Bob Dylan marries former model Sara Lowndes.
In 1965 Blues great Mississippi John Hurt dies of a heart attack at age 73.
In 1967 The BBC unofficially bans "I Am the Walrus" by the Beatles.
In 1967 "Soul Man" by Sam & Dave is certified gold.
In 1969 Arlo Guthrie's 22-minute song "Alice's Restaurant" is released.
In 1969 "Whole Lotta Love" by L…

Born On This Day...

In 1710 Composer, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (son of J.S. Bach)
In 1819 Novelist, George Eliot (Silas Marner)
In 1859 Publisher/editor, Cecil James Sharp
In 1868 John Nance Garner, 32nd U.S. vice president (1933-41)
In 1890 French president, Charles de Gaulle (1948-69)
In 1898 American aviator, Wiley Post (first to fly solo around the world)
In 1899 Actor/songwriter, Hoagie Carmichael (Stardust, Lazybones)
In 1901 Cartoonist, Roy Crane (Captain Easy, Buz Sawyer) [d: 1977]
In 1904 Actor, Roland Winters (Charlie Chan, Meet Millie) [d: 10-22-89]
In 1906 Actress, Lee Patrick (The Maltese Falcon, Topper) [d: 11-21-82]
In 1912 Philanthropist, Doris Duke [d: 10-28-93]
In 1913 English composer, Benjamin Britten [d: 12-4-76]
In 1921 Actor/comedian, Rodney Dangerfield (Caddyshack) [d: 10-5-04]
In 1924 Actress, Geraldine Page (Summer & Smoke, The Beguiled) [d: 6-13-87]
In 1927 Jazz trombonist/composer, Jimmy Knepper [d: 6-14-03]
In 1928 U.S. diver, Juno Stover-Irwin (Olympic-Silver-1956) [d: 7-2-11]
In 1930 As…


It's no secret that the majority of people will take the hotel toiletries when they check out. What is surprising? 1 out of 5 people that do, pull them out when they have guests spend the night.27% of men in a recent Yahoo survey said they have embarrassed themselves by coming into work with toilet paper on a shaving nick.59% of mothers told their children not to cross their eyes when they were little.One in three American adults has a stuffed animal in their bedroom.You are more likely to be stung by a bee if you are eating a banana.Beets are low calorie, have no cholesterol, can be boiled, diced in salads and even juiced. And it won't freeze if the temperature drops below 20 degrees.90% of people have embarrassed themselves when their stomach growled in a quiet setting.More than half of couples say they do laundry separately.65% of women agree, if a guy does this on a first date, he's probably going to get another. What is it? Speak nicely about his family.


There's now a new dating app for people who love dogs. It's called Wowser."Christmas Vacation" is going to show up in some movie theaters for its 30th anniversary.Tom Hanks has learned that he's actually a distant relative of Mr. Rogers.Michael McDonald will join the Doobie Brothers for a 50th anniversary tour next year.RuPaul is on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine, with the headline: "Happy Ru Year!"They say the first male birth control injection is almost ready.If you're flying over the Thanksgiving holiday, you'll be part of the 31.6 million Americans doing the same thing.Sarah Palin's daughter Willow has given birth to twin girls. Add to that, Sarah and estranged husband Todd are said to be back together.It's the new reality of northern California, where they had to shut off power to upwards of 750,000 people yesterday morning... and not turn it back on until tonight, to avoid possibly igniting another wildfire. The outage affected …

Music Calendar...

In 1913 Coleman Hawkins receives a saxophone on his 9th birthday.
In 1934 Cole Porter's musical "Anything Goes," starring Ethel Merman opens at the Alvin Theatre in New York.
In 1950 Flatt & Scruggs begin their first recording session.
In 1960 "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" by the Shirelles enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1960 "Stay" by Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs is #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1962 "Girls Girls Girls," Elvis Presley's 11th movie, which included the song "Return To Sender," opens nationally.
In 1963 Elvis Presley's film "Fun in Acapulco" premieres.
In 1967 The Who's concept album "The Who Sell Out," containing the single "I Can See For Miles," is released.
In 1968 The Supremes appear before Queen Elizabeth at the Royal Variety Show.
In 1968 Yoko Ono (carrying John Lennon's baby) and Marianne Faithful (carrying Mick Jagger's baby) both have miscarriages.
In …

Today In History...

In 1783 Man's first free-flight took place in France in a Hot Air Balloon.
In 1789 North Carolina becomes the 12th U.S. state.
In 1877 Thomas Edison announces he's invented the phonograph, which he calls a "talking machine."
In 1922 Rebecca L. Felton of Georgia is the first woman to serve as a member of the U.S. Senate.
In 1933 W.C. Bullitt is the first U.S. ambassador to USSR.
In 1942 The Alaska highway across Canada formally opens.
In 1945 American humorist Robert Benchley dies at age 56.
In 1952 The first two color U.S. postage stamp is introduced.
In 1959 Jack Benny (violin) and Vice President Richard Nixon (piano) play their famed duet.
In 1963 President Kennedy and wife Jacqueline arrive in San Antonio for a 2-day tour of Texas.
In 1964 The Verrazano Narrows, the world's longest suspension bridge at the time, opens linking Brooklyn and Staten Island.
In 1967 The single kite altitude record is set at 28,000 feet.
In 1969 The Senate votes, 55-45, against the nomination o…

Born On This Day...

In 1684 French author/historian, Jean Francois Voltaire
In 1729 Judge Josiah Bartlett (signed the Declaration of Independence)
In 1785 U.S. Army surgeon, William Beaumont (studied digestion)
In 1835 Financier, Hetty Green (once the richest woman in America)
In 1854 Pope Benedict XV (258th pope, 1914-22)
In 1904 Executive, Courtlandt Gross (co-founded Lockheed Aircraft) [d: 7-15-82]
In 1904 Coleman Hawkins, created the tenor saxophone for jazz [d: 5-19-69]
In 1907 Author, Jim Bishop (The Day Lincoln Was Shot) [d: 7-26-87]
In 1907 Singer, Buck Ram (The Platters) [d: 1-1-91]
In 1912 Actress/singer, Eleanor Powell (Ship Ahoy) [d: 2-11-82]
In 1916 Football Hall-of-Famer, Sid Luckman (Bears) [d: 7-5-98]
In 1920 Actor, Ralph Meeker (Kiss Me Deadly, Paths of Glory) [d: 8-5-88]
In 1920 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Stan Musial (Cardinals) [d: 1-19-13]
In 1921 Actress, Vivian Blaine (Guys and Dolls, State Fair) [d: 12-9-95]
In 1924 Actor, Joseph Campanella (Lou-Mannix, Hutch-The Colbys) [d: 5-16-18]
In 1925 Jazz gu…

On This Day 11-20-19


Time to test your "Guy-Q." We will give you a situation, you pick out the "Guy" solution. You are driving to friends house when it becomes obvious that you guy is totally lost does he: Stop at the first gas station and ask directions.Call you friend on the cell phone and admit he is lost and needs help.Deny that you are lost and refuse to ask anyone for directions because after all "How do they know where you are going!" After locking his keys in the car a guy would: Immediately call the auto club to rescue him.Call his wife/girlfriend and ask her to bring her set of keys.Fiddle with a wire clothes hanger for two hours, and if another guy walks by say to him, "Can you believe my wife locked her keys in here again!" When a guy catches a cold will he: Get plenty of rest drink lots of fluids and try not to burden anyone with complaints.Make himself a bowl of chicken soup, and still get to those household chores because they still have to get done.Lay…


According to a recent survey, 70% of Instagram users have fewer than 1,000 followers.41% of connected medical device owners bought their device online or at a retail store.A survey found that 40% of people have been burned by a seat belt when it's hot outside.36% of people in a Good Housekeeping survey said they always have chopsticks in their kitchen.14% of students change majors in college at least once.Creative people are more likely to sleep on their left side.Experts estimate that you can get about 27,000 miles out of a shopping cart.A University of Iowa study found that 22% is how much less likely you are to be a victim of a crime in the future if you report incidents to the police, possibly due to actions the cops take or education you receive from them.This contains about two thirds of the elements on the periodic table. What? An iPhone (about 75 elements).


One of the iconic dresses Princess Di wore is going on the auction block and expected to fetch upwards of $453,000. It was the one she wore to a 1985 state dinner at the White House with then President Ronald Reagan, where she danced with "Grease" actor John Travolta.American Idol Winner Phillip Phillips and his Hannah Blackwell have welcomed their first child into the word, a son -- Patch Shepherd Phillips.The final episode of "Fuller House" was recorded this week, as Netflix is saying goodbye to the show after five years.They say the cigarette rate in the U.S. is at an all-time low.On "Dancing with the Stars" this week, James Van Der Beek announced that his wife Kimberly suffered a miscarriage over the weekend and they lost their sixth child on the way.Dunkin is launching its Beyond meat sandwich nationally.FOX has filed for a trademark for a TV show titled, "OK Boomer."Research shows more than 90% of smart speaker and smart display owners hav…

Born On This Day...

In 1602 German inventor, Otto von Guericke (air pump)
In 1620 Peregrine White (first child born of English parents in NewEngland)
In 1726 Judge Oliver Wolcott (signed of the Declaration of Independence)
In 1752 English poet, Thomas Chatterton
In 1761 Pope Pius VIII (253rd pope, 1829-30)
In 1858 Swedish author, Selma Lagerlof
In 1866 Judge, Kenesaw Mountain Landis (first commissioner of pro baseball)
In 1869 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Clark Griffith (owned Senators, Twins)
In 1871 Mathematician, William H. Kilpatrick (progressive education)
In 1884 Social reformer, Norman Mattoon Thomas (help found ACLU)
In 1886 Zoologist, Karl von Frisch (bee expert) (Nobel-1973)
In 1889 American astronomer, Edwin Powell Hubble (discovered galaxies)
In 1890 Actor, Robert Armstrong (King Kong)
In 1891 Actor, Reginald Denny (Rebecca, Cat Ballou, Batman)
In 1900 Cartoonist, Chester Gould (Dick Tracy) [d: 5-11-85]
In 1907 Actress, Fran Allison (Kukla, Fran & Ollie) [d: 6-13-89]
In 1908 Author/TV host, Alistair Cooke (Ma…

Today In History..

In 1620 Susanna and William White's son Peregrine is born while the Mayflower is in the Massachusetts Bay, becoming the first child born of English parents in what's now known as New England.
In 1789 New Jersey becomes the first state to ratify Bill of Rights.
In 1820 A wounded, enraged whale rammed and sank the "Essex" inspiring Herman Melville to write "Moby Dick."
In 1888 William Bundy invents the first timecard clock.
In 1910 Revolution breaks out in Mexico, led by Francisco I. Madero.
In 1914 The State Department begins requiring photographs for passports.
In 1929 The radio program "The Goldbergs" debuts on NBC Blue Network.
In 1931 The first commercial teletype service begins.
In 1945 24 accused Nazi World War II criminals go on trial in Nuremberg, Germany.
In 1947 Britain's future queen Princess Elizabeth marries Philip Mountbatten, the Duke of Edinburgh, in Westminster Abbey.
In 1947 "Meet the Press" makes it's network TV debut on …

Music Calendar...

In 1929 Leo Reisman and his Orchestra record "Happy Days Are Here Again."
In 1954 Gene Autry makes his first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry.
In 1955 After promising to play "Sixteen Tons," Bo Diddley pulls a switch and plays "Bo Diddley" on the "Ed Sullivan Show."
In 1955 RCA buys Elvis Presley's contract from Sun Records for $40,000.
In 1959 Miles Davis and Gil Evans team in the studio to record their classic collaboration "Sketches of Spain."
In 1961 Bob Dylan begins his first recording session for his self-titled debut album.
In 1963 In Reading, England, 3000 copies of the new album "With TheBeatles" are stolen from a parked delivery van outside a record store.
In 1964 For the second time in less than 4 months, the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger is fined by an English court for various driving offenses.
In 1965 "The Sounds Of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1965 "I Hear A Sym…

ON THIS DAY 11-19-19

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Music Calendar...

In 1943 Stan Kenton & his Orchestra record "Artistry in Rhythm."
In 1948 "All I Want For Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth)" by Spike Jones enters the U.S. charts.
In 1954 Sammy Davis, Jr. is involved in a serious auto accident in San Bernardino, CA. 3 days later, Davis lost the sight in his left eye.
In 1957 WCFL in Chicago is picketed by the local Elvis Presley fan clubwhen it bans Presley's records.
In 1964 Gary Lewis & the Playboys record "This Diamond Ring."
In 1965 The Who's lead singer Roger Daltry walks out of a performance in London's Glad Rags Ball because of sound problems.
In 1966 "That's Life" by Frank Sinatra and "(I Know) I'm Losing You" by the Temptations both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1966 "You Keep Me Hangin' On" by the Supremes hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks.
In 1968 The Supremes play a royal command performance before QueenElizabeth II in London.