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      This Day in History February 13

      44th day of 2019 - 321 remaining
      Wednesday, February 13, 2019

      Events February 13

      1741 - The American Magazine, the first magazine in the U.S., was published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It beat Benjamin Franklin’s General Magazine off the presses by 3 days (whew!). Andrew Bradford, publisher of this 50-page gem, was quoted as saying, “Stuff it Ben. Someday, I’ll be mentioned ahead of you in Those Were the Days.”

      1867 - Johann Strauss’ magnificent Blue Danube Waltz was played for the first time at a public concert in Vienna, Austria.

      1914 - The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (known as ASCAP) was formed in New York City. The society was founded to protect the copyrighted musical compositions of its members.

      1920 - The National Negro Baseball League was organized on this day.

      1939 - Virginia Payne, already popular as the voice of Ma Perkins, took on a new character in NBC’s soap opera, The Carters of Elm Street. Virginia played the part of Kerry Carter.

      1940 - Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines and his orchestra recorded the classic Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues. The tune was waxed on the famous Bluebird record label.

      1945 - Allied planes staged a massive bombing raid on Dresden, Germany. The ensuing fire storm destroyed the German artistic and cultural capital, killing over 35,000 people.

      1947 - Family Theater of the Air was heard for the first time on Mutual radio. Jim Ameche and Loretta Young starred in the program’s first episode, Flight from Home.

      1953 - Major-league baseball owners were warned by Senator Edwin Johnson against televising their games nationwide. The Senator said that broadcasting these games to a national audience would be a threat to the survival of minor league baseball. Major league owners did not ‘go to bat’ for the Senator. Games, particularly on NBC, received a large and loyal following.

      1956 - Former U.S. President Harry S Truman and retired General Douglas MacArthur were pictured on the cover of LIFE magazine. Their dual memoirs were featured in that week’s issue.

      1961 - Calcutta by Lawrence Welk Orchestra peaked at #1 on the pop singles chart. Calcutta’s reign as king of the heap lasted for two weeks.

      1965 - Sixteen-year-old Peggy Fleming won the ladies senior figure skating title at Lake Placid, NY. Fleming would go on to win Olympic gold, and as a professional skater, signed a long-term, $500,000 contract for several commercial endorsements that lasted for years. She appeared in TV specials and performed with the Ice Follies and Holiday on Ice and was elected to the International Women’s Sports Hall of Fame and the Olympic Hall of Fame.

      1966 - The Rolling Stones appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show from New York. It was one of six times The Stones performed on Sullivan. This day, they did (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, As Tears Go By and 19th Nervous Breakdown.

      1971 - The Osmonds, a family singing group from Ogden, Utah, began a five-week stay at the top of the pop music charts with the hit, One Bad Apple. The song, featuring the voice of little Donny Osmond, also showcased the talent of Alan, Wayne, Merrill and Jay Osmond. The brothers were regulars on Andy Williams’ TV show from 1962 to 1967. The group began as a religious and barbershop quartet in 1959. Together, the Osmonds scored with 10 singles in four years -- four of them were top ten hits.

      1974 - Soviet dissident author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was expelled from the U.S.S.R. He settled in the U.S. (in Vermont), but returned to Russia in 1994.

      1980 - Opening ceremonies were held in Lake Placid, NY for the 13th Winter Olympics.

      1980 - 48-year-old actor David Janssen (The Fugitive, Harry O), died in Malibu, California from a heart attack. Janssen was born March 27, 1931 in Naponee, Nebraska.

      1984 - Konstantin Chernenko was chosen to be general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party’s Central Committee, succeeding the late Yuri Andropov.

      1986 - In a report issued on this day by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, it was revealed that high school salaries for U.S. principals topped $70,000. The lowest salary reported for a high school principal was $15,200. The average salary for a high school principal was $49,670. On average, a principal would hand out more than 1,342,328,321 hours of detention in his or her career.

      1988 - The King of Pop, Michael Jackson, purchased a Santa Ynez CA ranch. He later named it Neverland (and it housed an amusement park, a full size movie theatre, and a zoo).

      1990 - Roaring crowds gave Nelson Mandela a hero’s welcome when he returned to the Soweto township with a message of moderation and a pledge to end “the dark hell of apartheid.”

      1991 - 334 Iraqi civilians were killed when a pair of laser-guided U.S. bombs destroyed an underground facility in Baghdad identified by U.S. officials as a military installation, but which Iraqi officials said was a bomb shelter.

      1992 - Donna Weinbrecht of the United States won the gold medal in women’s freestyle skiing moguls at the Olympic games in Albertville, France.

      1995 - A war crimes tribunal in Geneva indicted 21 Serbs for atrocities against Croats and Muslims interned in the Omarska death camp (Bosnia).

      1996 - Jonathan Larson’s rock musical Rent opened off Broadway this day at the New York Theatre Workshop. (The show opened at Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre on April 29, 1996.)

      1997 - After a two-day chase, space shuttle Discovery’s astronauts hauled the Hubble Space Telescope aboard to begin a $350 million refurbishment. The mission’s objective was to replace worn-out components and install new ones to inctrease the performance of the telescope.

      1998 - These films were seen for the first time on U.S. screens: The Borrowers, with John Goodman, Jim Broadbent, Celia Imrie and Mark Williams; Sphere, with Dustin Hoffman, Sharon Stone and Samuel L. Jackson; and The Wedding Singer, featuring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

      1999 - Oscar De La Hoya retained his WBC welterweight crown by KO-ing the previously unKO-ed (and undefeated) Ike Quartey of Ghana. De La Hoya won a split decision in Las Vegas.

      1999 - Monica’s Angel of Mine was the #1 top-40 hit in the U.S.: “I look at you, lookin' at me; Now I know why they say the best things are free; I’m gonna love you boy you are so fine; Angel of Mine.”

      2000 - Tiger Woods saw his streak of six consecutive victories come to an end as he fell short to Phil Mickelson in the Buick Invitational.

      2001 - A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck El Salvador, killing at least 402 people. The quake happened one month to the day after another quake that had killed more than 800 people.

      2002 - England’s Queen Elizabeth II made former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani an honorary British knight.

      2004 - New movies in U.S. theatres: 50 First Dates, starring Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Rob Schneider, Dan Akroyd, Sean Astin and Blake Clark; and Robot Stories, with Tamlyn Tomita, Sab Shimono, Wai Ching Ho and Greg Pak.

      2004 - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission began writing rules to enable users to access the Internet through electric power lines.

      2005 - Ray Charles’ final album, Genius Loves Company, won eight Grammy awards, including album of the year, record of the year for Here We Go Again (with Norah Jones), and pop-vocal album of the year.

      2006 - Former Iraqi strongman Saddam Hussein threw a tantrum when he was forced to attend his trial, wearing a traditional Islamic robe rather than his usual crisp suit, as he shouted, “Down with Bush.”

      2007 - Mitt Romney, entered the 2008 presidential race. Romney’s father, George, was a Michigan governor in the 1960s.

      2008 - Australians watched a live broadcast of their government apologizing for policies that degraded its indigenous people. PM Rudd said Australians had reached a time in their history when they must face up to their past to be able to cope with the future. Aborigines numbered about 450,000 in Australia’s population of 21 million.

      2009 - New movies in the U.S.: Confessions of a Shopaholic, with Isla Fisher, Joan Cusack, John Goodman, Hugh Dancy, Krysten Ritter, John Lithgow, Kristin Scott Thomas, Leslie Bibb, Lynn Redgrave, Julie Hagerty, Fred Armisen, Robert Stanton, Christine Ebersole, Clea Lewis, Wendie Malick and Stephanie March; and Friday the 13th, starring Jared Padalecki, Derek Mears, Amanda Righetti, Danielle Panabaker, Travis Van Winkle, Aaron Yoo, Adam Finberg, Nick Mennell, Jonathan Sadowski, Nana Visitor, Arlen Escarpeta, Ryan Hansen, Richard Burgi, Julianna Guill and Willa ford.

      2009 - In 2009’s deadliest attack in Iraq, a female suicide bomber blew herself up in a tent filled with women and children resting from a pilgrimage to Karbala. The attack on the Shiite pilgrims killed 40 people and injured 60 others.

      2010 - Hundreds of people in Mexico marched against drug gang violence that had infected the border city of Ciudad Juarez. The marchers gathered at a bridge and simulated the massacre of a group of teenagers the previous month.

      2011 - Switzerland, with the highest rate of suicide by firearms in Europe, voted to hold fast to its long-standing tradition of allowing citizens to keep army-issue weapons at home.

      2013 - American Airlines and US Airways approved the merger of the two airlines -- creating the world’s largest. The holding companies of American and US merged effective December 9, 2013. When all is said and done (late 2015), the combined airline will carry the American Airlines name and branding. Management will run the combined show from American headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas.

      2014 - A lawmaker sprayed pepper spray inside the Indian Parliament, creating chaos that left his colleagues coughing and crying as they were ushered from the hall. The Congress had been set to vote on a long-contentious proposal to create the new southern state of Telangana from mostly poor, inland districts of Andhra Pradesh state. Congress party lawmaker L. Rajagopal from Andhra Pradesh unleashed pepper spray from the main speaking zone in the parliament in an attempt to stop the bill from coming to a vote.

      2014 - Actor Ralph Waite died at 85 years of age. He played the patriarch in the TV series The Waltons [1972-1981] and more recently was in a recurring role in NCIS as the father of Leroy Jethro Gibbs.

      2015 - New movies in U.S. theatres included: Fifty Shades of Grey, with Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan and Luke Grimes; Kingsman: The Secret Service, starring Colin Firth, Michael Caine and Taron Egerton; Spike Lee’s, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, with Stephen Tyrone Williams, Zaraah Abrahams and Rami Malek; The Last Five Years, starring Anna Kendrick, Jeremy Jordan and Meg Hudson; Old Fashioned, with Elizabeth Roberts, Rik Swartzwelder and LeJon Woods; and Wyrmwood, starring Jay Gallagher, Bianca Bradey, Leon Burchill.

      2015 - At a meeting in Geneva, 195 countries agreed on the wording of a deal to fight climate change. The countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal (Paris Agreement) in December 2015.

      2016 - 79-year-old U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died. Scalia was the Court’s longest-serving Justice, a father of nine, and a personality who thrilled conservatives and irritated liberals.

      2017 - Michael Flynn resigned from his position as POTUS Trump’s national security adviser after reports that he had misled Vice President Mike Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russia. The departure was the most dramatic development to hit Trump’s chaotic administration.

      2017 - Emergency crews prepared loads of rock to be dropped by helicopters to seal the crumbling Oroville Dam spillway that threatens to inundate communities along the Feather River in northern California.

      2018 - Israeli police recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted for bribery, fraud and breach of public trust in two corruption investigations. Case 1000, or the so-called “gifts affair,” involved claims that he and his family received valuable gifts from international billionaires, including expensive cigars, pink champagne and jewellery for his wife. Alleged wealthy benefactors include the Hollywood producer and media magnate Arnon Milchan as well as the Australian businessman James Packer.

      2018 - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lost his legal battle to overturn a British arrest warrant against him, and with it his hopes of freely leaving Ecuador’s London embassy where he has been holed up since 2012. Assange took refuge in the embassy because of his fear that he would be deported to the U.S. to face justice for publishing secret documents on WikiLeaks.

      Birthdays February 13

      1683 - Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (Giambattista Piazzetta)
      artist: Ecstasy of St. Francis, Fortune Teller; died Apr 28, 1754

      1885 - Bess Truman (Wallace)
      wife of 33rd U.S. President Harry S Truman; died Oct 18, 1982

      1891 - Grant Wood
      artist; died Feb 12, 1942

      1900 - Joseph ‘Wingy’ Manone
      musician: trumpet: Tar Paper Stomp; singer, bandleader: Nickel in the Slot, Flat Foot Floogie, Annie Laurie; actor: Rhythm Inn, Sarge Goes to College, Trocadero, Rhythm on the River; died Jul 9, 1982

      1908 - Patrick Barr
      actor: Octopussy, Antigone, The First Great Train Robbery, The Satanic Rites of Dracula, A Beast with Two Backs, Ring of Spies; died Aug 29, 1985

      1911 - Jean Muir (Fullarton)
      actress: The World Changes, Oil for the Lamps of China, Her Husband’s Secretary, Dance Charlie Dance, The Constant Nymph; died July 23, 1996

      1918 - Patty Berg
      golf champion: U.S. Open [1946]; 57 career pro wins including 15 majors; founder/1st president of LPGA; died Sep 10, 2006

      1918 - Oliver Smith
      scenic designer: Broadway: On the Town, Brigadoon, My Fair Lady, Camelot, The Sound of Music, Hello Dolly!; films: Guys and Dolls, Oklahoma!, Porgy and Bess, The Band Wagon; died Jan 23, 1994

      1919 - Tennessee Ernie Ford
      singer: Sixteen Tons, Ballad of Davy Crockett, In the Middle of an Island, Mule Train, That’s All, The Cry of the Wild Goose; TV host: The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show, The Tennessee Ernie Ford Hour; died Oct 17, 1991

      1919 - Eddie G. Robinson
      football coach: Grambling State University: record for most victories in overall NCAA competition [388]; died Apr 3, 2007

      1920 - Eileen Farrell
      soprano: 1940s radio performer; San Francisco Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Metropolitain Opera; also successful singing, recording popular music and jazz; died Mar 23, 2002

      1921 - Pete (Peter Paul) Castiglione
      baseball: Pittsburgh Pirates, SL Cardinals; died Apr 22, 2010

      1923 - Gene Ames
      singer: group: The Ames Brothers: You Are the One, Rag Mop, Sentimental Me, Undecided, You You You, The Man with the Banjo, The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane, Tammy, Melodie d’Amour; died Apr 26, 1997

      1923 - Chuck Yeager
      pilot: broke sound barrier; featured in movie: The Right Stuff

      1924 - Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber
      French economist/journalist founder of left-wing weekly L’Express [1953]; author: Lieutenent en Algérie [1957], The American Challenge [1968], Le défi américain [1968], The Chosen and the Choice [1988]; died Nov 7, 2006

      1927 - Jim McReynolds
      guitar, folk singer: group: Jim & Jesse: Freight Train, Diesel on My Tail, Ballad of Thunder Road, Golden Rocket; died Dec 31, 2002

      1928 - Dorothy McGuire
      singer: group: The McGuire Sisters: Sincerely, Something’s Gotta Give, He, Sugartime, Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight, Picnic, Muskrat Ramble; died Sep 7, 2012

      1931 - Geoff Edwards
      radio DJ: WOKO [Albany], KFMB [San Diego], KHJ [LA], KFI, [LA], KMPC [LA]; actor: Petticoat Junction, I Dream of Jeannie, Diff’rent Strokes; TV game show host: Treasure Hunt, Jackpot!, Starcade; died Mar 5, 2014

      1933 - Kim (Marilyn) Novak
      actress: Picnic, The Man with the Golden Arm, Bell Book and Candle, Vertigo

      1934 - George Segal
      actor: The Goldbergs, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, A Touch of Class, King Rat, Look Who’s Talking Now, Taking the Heat, The Bridge at Remagen, Just Shoot Me

      1935 - Tommy Jacobs
      golf: champion: Denver Open [1955], San Diego Open [1962], Utah Open [1963], Palm Springs Golf Classic [1964]

      1938 - Oliver Reed
      actor: The Prince and the Pauper, Women in Love, Oliver!, The Jokers; died May 2, 1999

      1940 - Robert J. Eaton
      automobile mogul: Vice Chairman and COO: The Chrysler Corporation

      1941 - Bo Svenson
      actor: Delta Force, Heartbreak Ridge, Private Obsession, North Dallas Forty

      1942 - Carol Lynley (Jones)
      actress: The Poseidon Adventure, Return to Peyton Place, The Stripper, Fantasy Island, Spirits

      1942 - Peter Tork (Peter Halsten Thorkelson)
      bassist, singer: group: The Monkees: Last Train to Clarksville, I’m a Believer, Daydream Believer

      1944 - Sal (Salvatore Leonard) Bando
      baseball: KC Athletics, Oakland Athletics [all-star: 1969, 1972-1974/World Series: 1972-1974], Milwaukee Brewers

      1944 - Stockard Channing (Susan Stockard)
      actress: Stockard Channing in Just Friends, The Stockard Channing Show, Up Close and Personal, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, The Fish that Saved Pittsburgh, Grease, Six Degrees of Separation, The House of Blue Leaves

      1944 - Jerry Springer
      TV host: The Jerry Springer Show

      1945 - King Floyd
      singer: Groove Me, Old Skool Funk, I’m Always Falling in Love, Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off, Best Friends, Girlfriend, I Really Love You ; died Mar 6, 2006; more

      1947 - Mike Krzyzewski
      basketball coach: Duke University [4 NCAA basketball titles]; U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team [Gold: 2008]; more

      1950 - Roger Christian
      singer: group: The Christians

      1950 - Peter (Brian) Gabriel
      singer: group: Genesis; solo songwriter, singer: Sledgehammer, Big Time

      1950 - Donna Hanover
      actress: The People vs. Larry Flynt, Law & Order, The Practice, As the World Turns

      1951 - David Naughton
      actor: Bodybags, An American Werewolf in London, Overexposed, My Sister Sam, Makin’ It, At Ease; brother of actor James Naughton

      1956 - Peter Hook
      musician: bass: group: Joy Division: Transmission, Love Will Tear Us Apart; New Order: Blue Monday, Confusion, Shellshock

      1957 - Tony Butler
      musician: bass: group: Big Country: Harvest Home, Fields of Fire, In a Big Country, Chance, Wonderland, East of Eden, Where the Rose is Sown

      1961 - Marc Crawford
      ice hockey [forward]: Milwaukee Admirals (IHL), Fredericton Express (AHL), Vancouver Canucks (NHL), Dallas Black Hawks (CHL); coach: Quebec Nordiques, Colorado Avalanche [Stanley Cup champions (1996)], Vancouver Canucks, Los Angeles Kings, and Dallas Stars

      1961 - Richard Tyson
      actor: Moonlighting, Kindergarten Cop, Black Hawk Down, There’s Something About Mary, Kingpin, Genghis Khan, Last Flight Out, Me, Myself and Irene

      1966 - Neal Mcdonough
      actor: Band of Brothers, Boomtown, Desperate Housewives, Star Trek: First Contact, Minority Report, The Hitcher, Justified, Mob City

      1966 - Freedom Williams
      Hip-Hopper: group: C+C Music Factory: Gonna Make You Sweat [Everybody Dance Now], Here We Go, Things That Make You Go Hmmmm...; owner of Continental Basketball Association’s Atlanta Krunk

      1967 - Marco Banderas
      actor [2003-2013]: X-rated films: Good Girls Doing Bad Things 4, Swallow the Leader, Latin Sinsations: Finding Good Help, The Devil Wears Leather, The Legend of the Magic Taco, Top Heavy Homewreckers, Boffing the Babysitter 11

      1968 - Kelly Hu
      actress: Martial Law, Growing Pains, The Doors, The Bold and the Beautiful, Nash Bridges

      1971 - Mats Sundin
      Hockey Hall of Famer : NHL: Quebec Nordiques [1991-1994]; Toronto Maple Leafs [1994-2008]: all-time Leafs’ leader in goals [420] and points [987]; Vancouver Canucks [2008-2009]

      1972 - Juha Ylönen
      hockey : Phoenix Coyotes, Tampa Bay Lightning, Ottawa Senators

      1974 - Robbie Williams
      singer: Old Before I Die, Lazy Days, Let Me Entertain You, She’s the One, Eternity, Feel, Misunderstood; group: Take That

      1977 - Randy Moss
      football [wide receiver]: Marshall College; NFL: Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans

      1979 - Rafael Márquez
      footballer [player, captain]: Mexico national team: first player to captain his national team in four consecutive editions of the FIFA World Cup [2002, 2006, 2010, 2014]

      1979 - Mena Suvari
      actress: American Beauty, Restitution, No Surrender, The Garden of Eden, Day of the Dead, Stuck, Factory Girl, Orpheus, Rumor Has It

      1982 - Michael Turner
      football [running back]: NFL: San Diego Chargers [2004–2007]; Atlanta Falcons [2008–2012]: NFC Rushing leader [2010, 2011]

      1986 - Aqib Talib
      football [cornerback]: NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers [2008–2012]; New England Patriots [2012–2013]; Denver Broncos [2014-2017]: 2016 Super Bowl 50 champs; Los Angeles Rams [2018- ]

      Chart Toppers February 13

      1947 - For Sentimental Reasons - Nat King Cole
      A Gal in Calico - Johnny Mercer
      Oh, But I Do - Margaret Whiting
      So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed - Merle Travis

      1956 - Rock and Roll Waltz - Kay Starr
      No, Not Much! - The Four Lads
      Teen Age Prayer - Gale Storm
      Why Baby Why - Red Sovine & Webb Pierce

      1965 - You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’ - The Righteous Brothers
      My Girl - The Temptations
      All Day and All of the Night - The Kinks
      You’re the Only World I Know - Sonny James

      1974 - Love’s Theme - Love Unlimited Orchestra
      The Americans - Byron MacGregor
      Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do) - Aretha Franklin
      World of Make Believe - Bill Anderson

      1983 - Down Under - Men at Work
      Baby, Come to Me - Patti Austin with James Ingram
      Shame on the Moon - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
      ’Til I Gain Control Again - Crystal Gayle

      1992 - I’m Too Sexy - R*S*F (Right Said Fred)
      I Love Your Smile - Shanice
      Diamonds and Pearls - Prince & The N.P.G.
      A Jukebox with a Country Song - Doug Stone

      2001Love Don’t Cost a Thing - Jennifer Lopez
      Don’t Tell Me - Madonna
      You Make Me Sick - P!nk
      Tell Her - Lonestar

      2010TiK ToK - Ke$ha
      Bad Romance - Lady Gaga
      BedRock - Young Money featuring Lloyd
      The Truth - Jason Aldean

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