Today in History: March 10

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Designed to assure survival of seamen cast adrift after ship sinkings, this new life raft, carrying complete equipment including radio, smoke signals, food, sails and waterproof suits, is being issued as replacement for old-type raft which gave little besides support and a small portion of water, shown in the Potomac River in Washington, March 10, 1943. (AP Photo)

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Demonstrators hold signs and banners outside the Capitol in Washington, D.C., March 10, 1986, as they wait for speeches by the organizers of the March for Women's Lives. Thousands participated in the demonstration for women's rights to birth control and legal abortion. (AP Photo/Tom Reed)

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Alfred Hitchcock, who directed a number of psychological dramas by playing on the frayed nerves of movie audiences, demonstrates to Ingrid Bergman the proper method of poisoning a cup of coffee during the filming of "Notorious", March 10, 1946. (AP Photo)

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Sammy Davis Jr., reads a personal note to the audience at the opening of a benefit performance in Atlanta, March 10, 1981, to raise funds for the investigation into the deaths or disappearance of 21 Atlanta children. (AP Photo/Gary Gardiner)

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Although threatened by kidnapers, Miriam Valentine, 16, went to church, March 10, 1935 in Brooklyn, New York with her father, Lewis J. Valentine, New York police commissioner. Miriam and her sister, Ruth, 18, have been under constant guard since threats were received by neighbors. Commissioner Valentine and Miriam are shown on their way to church. (AP Photo/Butler)

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This two story White House of Spanish colonial architecture was the home of author Ernest Hemingway when was at home in Key West, Florida Two years ago the house was opened as a museum-shrine by its present owners, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Daniels. March 10, 1967 photo. (AP Photo)

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Laraine Jolin, left, casts her ballot in the New Hampshire primary moments after midnight as town clerk and supervisor of the check list, Gertrude Nash, watches, in Sixville Notch, N.H., March 10, 1964. The town's voters wrote in Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot-Lodge on three ballots, Nelson Rockefeller on two, and Barry Goldwater on one. The man in the center, background, is Alex French. (AP Photo)

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Gold hoarders laden with bags, boxes and suitcases form a steady stream entering and leaving the Federal Reserve Bank to deposit their hidden currency in New York on March 10, 1933. In one day they deposited $30,000,000 in currency, hoping to escape the penalties which the government is expected to exact of hearders. (AP Photo)

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Bags of gold are shown being returned to the Federal Reserve Bank in New York, March 10, 1933. (AP Photo)

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A group of American airmen, all of whom have, been on more than 30 missions, sit atop a Marauder medium bomber, Son of Satan, at a base in England March 10, 1944. Left to right are: Sergeant Charles A. Smith, Kelso, Wash., 36, missions; 1st Lieutenant A.P. Slustrop, Portland, Ore., 30 missions; 1st Lieutenant F.A. Blackburn, Denver, Colo., 42 missions; and Captain Boyd B. White, Brigham City, Utah, 37 missions. (AP Photo)

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Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., speaks toward the Washington Monument in Washington Thursday, March 10, 1995 to announce that he will seek the 1996 Republican presidential nomination. Specter plunged into the race vowing to fight Republicans pushing “a radical social agenda that would end a woman’s right to choose and mandate school prayer. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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In this handout from the U.S. Marine Corps, the dark no-man's land between front lines on Iwo Jima, is lit up by illuminated shells fired in from supporting U.S. warships, March 10, 1945. The star-shells were parachuted in from the sea every minute or two, as a safeguard against Japanese infiltration. (AP Photo/U.S. Marine Corps)

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House Speaker Newt Gingrich, of Ga., holds his House identification card while addressing the National Newspaper Association convention, Friday, March 10, 1995 at the National Press Club in Washington. Speaking on term limits, which the House is to take up soon, Gingrich said the card is the most expensive card in the country. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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Protestors chant and dance around a burning barricade in the Bophuthatswana capital at Mmabatho, South Africa on Thursday, morning, March 10, 1994. The protestors are demanding the re-incorporation of the homeland into South Africa. Later protestors were jubilating in the streets in an apparent signal that the President Lucas Mangope was being ousted from power. (AP Photo/Joao Silva)

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Margaret Williams, Chief of Staff for First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, leaves U.S. District Court after giving testimony to a federal grand jury probing the Whitewater affair, March 10, 1994, Washington, DC. (AP Photo/J.Scott Applewhite)

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U.S. President Bill Clinton addresses bankers and small-business owners in the East Room of the White House on Wednesday, March 10, 1993. President announced a package of regulatory changes aimed at encouraging banks to make more loans, particularly to small and medium-sized businesses. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)

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A boy trys to keep warm with a small fire in a trash dump in front of his house in Sarajevo on Wednesday, March 10, 1993. United Nations relief flights continue to arrive in Sarajevo but residents still struggle to keep warm and stay fed. (AP Photo/Michael Stravato)

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Arkansas Gov. and Democratic presidential hopeful Bill Clinton meets with supporters outside the Tampa Convention Center Monday, March 10, 1992 on the eve of Super Tuesday. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)

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U.S. Air Force Tech., Sgt. Rudy Muccitilli, right, of Altoona, Pa. and Sgt. Chris Batta of Spring Hill, Fla., search with their dog Carlo for weapons and bombs in Iraqi bunkers North of Kuwait City on Sunday, March 10, 1991. Large caches of Iraqi weapons continue to be found throughout Kuwait. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Navy Lt. Jeffrey Zaun of Cherry Hill, N.J., left, Navy Lt. Randolph Slade of Virginia Beach, Virginia, center, and Navy Lt. Robert Wetzel of Virginia Beach salute during a ceremony at Andrews Air Force Base March 10, 1991 in Maryland for the former prisoners of war. Wetzel salutes left-handed due to a broken right arm. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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Gen. Colin Powell, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, his wife Alma, and defense Secretary Dick Cheney greet returning prisoners of war including Navy Lt. Jeffrey Zaun, of Cherry Hill, N.C., front, at Andrews Air Force in Maryland, Sunday, March 10, 1991. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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Dr. Louis Sullivan takes the oath of office as Secretary of Health and Human Services from Judge Leon Higginbotham as President George Bush, first lady Barbara Bush and Sullivan's wife Ginger look on, March 10, 1989 in Washington. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)

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Democratic presidential hopeful Jesse Jackson with his wife, Jacqueline, salutes the cheering crowd at Operation Push in Chicago, Wednesday, March 10, 1988. Jackson brought his campaign home in a bid for votes in the Illinois primary on March 15. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)

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Clint Eastwood, right, meets his ‘Dirty Harry’ twin, Lt. Barry Johnson of San Francisco Police Dept., during a break in filming of the “The Dead Pool” in Sausalito, California on Thursday, March 10, 1988. Johnson is an extra in the film which is under production at various locations in Bay Area. (AP Photo/Russ Curtis)

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Republican presidential hopeful Pat Robertson talks to reporters, Thursday, March 10, 1988 in Chicago after his arrival to campaign for votes in the Illinois primary on March 15. (AP Photo/David Banks)

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Prince Andrew, patron of the S.S. Great Britain project, alongside the huge wheel of the ship which he visited in Bristol on March 10, 1986 to view recent work. He will attend the Patron’s dinner in the Merchants’ Hall, Bristol. (AP Photo)

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Social Democrat Jo Leinen, West German head representative of the Federal People's Initiative for Environmental Protection and member of the West German Peace Movement, is coverd with whipped cream, after an unidentified environmentalist through a cream pie at him as he arrived Saarland State Parliament, in Saarbruecken, West Germany, March 10, 1985, to attend an election party. The Social Democrats (SPD) headed by Oscar Lafontaine clearly won the elections. (AP Photo)

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Ballet star Rudolf Nureyev shows emotion as he dances the part of Basilio in the dress rehearsal for the Boston Ballet production of "Don Quixote" at Boston's Metropolitan Center, March 10, 1982. The production, which Nureyev choreographed, opens March 11. (AP Photo/Peter Southwick)

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Politician Uwe Barschel, Christian Democrats (CDU), of Schleswig-Holstein northern West Germany, right, is seen during a television debate with his political opponent Bjoern Engholm of the Social Democrats (SPD), Wednesday March 10, 1983, in Kiel, West Germany. (AP Photo/Habbe)

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FILE- In this March 19, 1983 photo, first lady Nancy Reagan and "Diff'rent Strokes" star Gary Coleman talk during break in rehearsal at Universal Studios in Los Angeles. Mrs. Reagan, a former actress, made a guest appearance on the show to help deliver an anti-drug abuse message. (AP Photo, file)

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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, candidate, for the Democratic presidential nomination, addresses B'Nai B'rith Women in Washington, March 10, 1980. (AP Photo/Mark Wilson)

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Nearly two tons of Colombian cocaine worth an estimated $175 million was seized at a Miami warehouse by U.S. Customs and Drug Enforcement agents on Tuesday, March 10, 1982. About 3,748 pounds of cocaine was found in a Tampa International Airlines warehouse at the Miami airport. (AP Photo/Pete Wright)

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With Egyptian President Anwar Sadat standing by his side, U.S. President Jimmy Carter delivers a statement to reporters at the Mena House hotel in Cairo, Egypt March 10, 1979 where the two leaders held their final 90 minutes of talks on Saturday before President Carter flew to Israel on his peace-seeking mission. The Egyptian flag and its Eagle symbol flies in background. President Carter said “we have resolved some difficult is here and I’m hopeful that differences which still remain can be resolve”. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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U.S. President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, and Mrs Jihan Sadat , share a laugh as they pose for photographers on a sightseeing tour of the Great Pyramid of Giza, outside Cairo, Egypt Saturday, March 10, 1979 shortly before President Carter flew to Israel on the second of his Middle-East peace-seeking mission. (AP Photo/Charles W. Harrity)

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Mrs. Anna Glenn, signs a declaration of candidacy petition for husband who looks on at a news conference in Columbus, Monday, March 10, 1980. Glenn, a Democrat, Ohio's senior senator, announced he will seek a second six-year term. Glenn signed the declaration of candidacy on February 15. (AP Photo/Harry Cabluck)

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U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski fingers worry beads while sitting inside the Egyptian Parliament in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, March 10, 1979 as President Jimmy Carter and President Anwar Sadat Egypt address the assembly. Brzezinski is accompanying President Carter who flies to Israel for further peace talk later in the day. (AP Photo)

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Comedian Dick Gregory says he "probably will sue" the federal government for permitting J. Edgar Hoover "to make plans to kill me" in Philadelphia, March 10, 1978 at a Philadelphia news conference. He is shown holding up copies of a secret memo from Hoover suggesting the FBI should "neutralize" Gregory. (AP Photo/Bill Ingraham)

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U.S. President Jimmy Carter appeals for peace in the Middle East as he adresses the Egyptian Parliament Saturday March 10, 1979. President Anwar Sadat, sitting behind him, listens in. President Carter's adress was the major televised adress of his two-day visit to Egypt. He is to fly to Israel for further pease talks later in the day. (AP Photo)

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Attorney General Griffin Bell talks with reporters outside U.S. District Court in Washington on Thursday, March 10, 1978 after a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order ordering coal miners to report to work on Friday morning and temporarily and a 94-day strike. President Jimmy Carter has asked Ball to assure personal direction of efforts to conform the injunction. (AP Photo/ Charles Harrity

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Pierre Margaret Trudeau, wife of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau, steps out of a cab at a photo studio in Manhattan, New York City Thursday, March 10, 1977. She went to New York’s city center on Wednesday, to see Soviet defector Mikhail Baryshnikov dance with the Eliot Feld Ballet. Mrs. Trudeau and Mick Jagger of the rolling stones both profess to be mystified at rumors circulating that they are having as affair. (AP Photo/MN)

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Police officers deliver a box of food to a door at the Islamic Center in Washington on March 10, 1977 where gunmen are holding 14 hostages on Thursday. The center is one of three buildings where terrorists are holding captives. (AP Photo)

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This refugee camp has been set up on the grounds of a pagoda in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on March 10, 1975, which has been under daily rocket and artillery attacks by communist-led Khmer Rouge insurgent forces. (AP Photo)

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Russell Means, right, leader of the militant AIM group holding the village of Wounded Knee, S.D. on the Pine Ridge reservation, beats the drum at a meeting of the Indians, Friday, March 10, 1973. Man at left is not identified. (AP Photo)

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Jackie Onassis, arrives at federal court in New York on March 10, 1972, with her lawyers in her suit against photographer Ronald Gallela. (AP Photo/AC/RF)

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This is a view of the exterior of the cave at Sperlonga, 100 miles south of Rome, Italy, shown March 10, 1972. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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Actress Jane Fonda, right, said she ?fully intends to return to Ft. Lewis,? at a press conference, March 10, 1970 in Seattle, Wash., after she and 85 Native Americans were arrested in demonstrations at Ft. Lawton and Ft. Lewis, 35 miles south of Seattle. A band of Indians vowed to continue efforts to take over part of an Army post under an 1865 treaty. (AP Photo/Barry Sweet)

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Hairdressers from around the nation joined in presenting a “Unisex” show featuring matching his and her hairdos and costumes at their annual get together in New York City on March 10, 1969. Among the matching hair styles were everything, from “The curlyhead,” above, to “The page boy,” and falls were worn by both male and female models. There’s some comfort for women worried about competition of peacock-like mates most designers admitted they styled the girl’s coiffure first, then tried to adapt it to the male. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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Two police officers stand next to a destroyed car by a bomb explosion in Issy les Moulineaux, a suburb of Paris, France, March 10, 1962. Two police officers were killed in the explosion and many civilains were injured. (AP Photo/Str) --- Zwei Polizisten stehen neben einem von einer Bombe zerfetztem Auto imPariser Vorort Issy les Moulineaux am 10. Maerz, 1962. Dabei kamen zwei Polizisten ums Leben, viele Menschen wurden verletzt. (AP Photo/Str)

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President Richard M. Nixon waves from the doorway of Air Force One, March 10, 1969 in Homestead, Fla., as he headed back to Washington, D.C. after spending a long weekend at his Key Biscayne home. While in Florida the president took two boat cruises and held conferences on the anti-ballistic missile defense controversy. (AP Photo/Toby Massey)

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This maximum security cell will be James Earl Ray's home at the Tennessee State Prison, shown, March 10, 1969, Nashville, Tenn. Ray was sentenced today to serve 99 years in the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)

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Roger Maris, St. Louis Cardinals, and Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees, enjoy a happy meeting after Maris worked out and Mantle prepared for an exhibition game in St. Petersburg, March 10, 1968. As Yankee team mated their bats carved a big place in baseball history. (AP Photo)

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Ballet costumes by Pablo Picasso are modeled by Judith Breams and Antony Rudenko at the Royal Opera House in London on March 10, 1967 at a preview of an auction to be held on June 14 at Sotheby’s salesrooms. The Picasso costumes were designed for ballerina Tchernicheva and dancer Zverev in the ballet “Parade.” (AP Photo/LD)

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Ousted Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, right, introduces Georgia legislator Julian Bond to a news conference on Bimini, March 10, 1967. All advocated a ?black political power third force." From left they are Bill Green, representative, and Mervyn Dymally, senator, both from California houses from Watts and (between Powell and Bond) Floyd McKissick, CORE national director. (AP Photo/Jim Bourdier)

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At right, director Richard Brooks, makes a point while talking to movie actors Scott Wilson, left, and Robert Blake, center, during filming of the adaptation of the book, “In Cold Blood”, March 10, 1967, Kansas City, Kan. Wilson portrays the character, Eugene Hickock and Blake plays the part of Perry Smith, the two who murdered the Clutter family in western Kansas. In real life, Smith and Hickock were executed for the killings after their trial at Garden City, Kan. (AP Photo/William P. Straeter)

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David Ben-Gurion, right, former Prime Minister of Israel, smiles as his wife, Paula, motions to a newsman during a press conference in Chicago's City Hall, March 10, 1967. Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, left, took part in the conference. Ben Gurion was supposed to be here to "kick off" the 1967 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, but the 80-year-old statesman said he was here to recruit pioneers to settle in Israel. He was later presented with a medallion making him an honorary citizen of Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Knoblock)

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Federal officials grapple with a howling civil rights demonstrator outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles on March 10, 1965 as the protestors said they were staging the demonstration in behalf of the people in Selma, Alabama. An estimated 85 demonstrators were arrested for their part in the protest. (AP Photo/MW)

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Behind the bland, intelligent-listener manner of Hugh Downs is an inquiring mind, an active interest in many subjects, and an adventure some youthfulness. All these qualities contribute to the 45-year-old Downs’ success in presiding over the “Today Show” and “Concentration,” both on NBC-TV. He faces the cameras 2 ½ hours a day five days a week, and earns an estimated $300,000 a year. Downs is shown on the “Today Show”, March 10, 1966. (AP Photo/Jack Kanthal)

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Members of the Unitarian Universalist church and representatives of other church groups as they marched silently around Boston’s Federal Building on March 10, 1965, protesting denial of civil rights to African Americans in Selma, Ala. Woman at right holds Boston newspaper with headline telling of a Boston minister near death from a beating inflicted by five white men who attacked in Selma. (AP Photo/J. Walter Green

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Ringo Starr, left, Paul McCartney and John Lennon, all members of the British pop group The Beatles, stand on a beach in Nassau, Bahamas, March 10, 1965, between scenes of their new film. Man on right is unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Vietnamese Ranger crossing the river, wading neck deep in water through the waterholes during a day long operation with two Ranger companies in Gia Dinh province of Vietnam on March 10, 1964. Combing through the swampy area was slow and strenuous and several rivers had to be crossed. The Rangers made no contact with the estimated 200 regular Viet Cong in that area. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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Scene during a day long operation with two Ranger companies in Gia Dinh province of Vietnam on March 10, 1964. Several U.S. advance troops accompanied the operation. The Rangers surrounded a swampy area during the night walking into their positions under the cover of darkness. Combing through the swampy area was slow and strenuous and several rivers had to be crossed. The Rangers made no contact with the estimated 200 regular Viet Cong in that area. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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Sal Mineo and Joey (cq) Heatherton at Hollywood Foreign Press Golden Globe awards on March 10, 1964 in Hollywood, Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Harold Matosian)

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British troops patrol a street of Ktima, March 10, 1964 in Cyprus following the recent heavy fighting between Greek and Turkish Cypriot forces in the town. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Defense Secretary Robert McNamara clenches his fist as he gesticulates during speech at a mass rally in town of Bac Lieu, South of Mekong Delta on March 10, 1964 in Saigon. McNamara toured the Delta with General Khan March 9. (AP Photo)

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Even the axles are chromed and polished on Bob Larivee's hot rod, which he calls "The Outlaw," as it stands in the driveway of Bob's home at Harper Woods, Mich., on March 10, 1961. (AP Photo/DT)

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Two people in their seventies Mr. Ernest Scrivener, 75, and Mrs. Mabel Stains, 72, join the youngsters in a Twist marathon at Harlow New Town, Essex, England, March 10, 1962. The two are neighbors and learned the Twist at a village dance. The rules have been relaxed for the oldsters; they may sit down during every fifth record. Mrs. Staines was going strong after five records and she had to be persuaded to sit down by a Red Cross officer. (AP Photo)

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Cool evening; a crackling fire and a snack add zest to the end of a day's camp activities March 10 1962 (AP Photo)

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Sen. John McClellan (D-Ark), left, chairman of the Senate Rackets Committee, and Robert Kennedy, committee counsel, confer on March 10, 1959 at a public committee hearing in Washington. (AP Photo/Henry Griffin)

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A patrol group of young patriots sets out through the snow in France on March 10, 1944. The majority of the Guerilla wear civilian clothes, but some have retained their former uniforms. (AP Photo)

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But it’s a soft drink “bar” and the imbibers are the teenage directors of the Reinforcing Specialties Company of Yellow Springs, Ohio, March 10, 1944, a war plant, where they’re the employees too. They naturally choose the local dress store with its soda fountain for their meeting place. Barbara Henn sets 'em up for the weary officials, who are, left to right. Jimmy Ark, Don Amon, Frederick Shaub, Ann Reed and Helen Squires. The company makes reinforcings for aluminum casting molds which are essential in manufacture of aviation engines. (AP Photo)

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Close upon the heels of the original North African invasion landings came the Roosevelt Hospital (New York) nursing unit to care for the wounded in Tusinia March 10, 1943. This unit is made up of civilian nurses who gave up their hospital and private jobs to take up their mercy work at the front . (AP Photo)

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Representatives of the Greek Order of Ahepa presented to President Franklin Roosevelt models of a stone bust of the chief executive in Washington on March 10, 1943, a half-ton work by Walter Russell, New York sculptor, which ultimately will be installed in the president’s Hyde Park library. Left to right: Russell; Davis Kotsilibas, Worcester, Mass., vice president; and George C. Vournas, Washington, president of Ahepa. (AP Photo/George R. Skadding)

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August Boquist is behind a woodpile in his backyard with rifle in hand demonstrating type of fighting local guerillas might do in Tillamook, Oregon, March 10, 1942, in case of foreign invasion. (AP Photo/Bob Glander)

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Admiral Thomas C. Hart at the office of Secretary of Navy Frank Knox in Washington on March 10, 1942, upon his return from the Southwest Pacific, where he was commander of United Nations naval forces and commander of the U.S. Asiatic fleet. Frank Knox in background. (AP Photo/Robert Clover)

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In a move sponsored by the Japanese American Citizens' League, Seattle Japanese registered for evacuation from military areas, March 10, 1942 - without waiting for official action. Here a group of Japanese filled out questionnaires for women of the league. Both American-born and alien Japanese cooperated. (AP Photo/Paul Wagner)

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Completing a six-week training course in selling, greasing, oiling and general work around a gasoline station, these women students line up, come to attention and offer a salute in Boston, Mass., March 10, 1942. A national oil concern started the training school at Brookline, Mass., when male attendants became difficult to obtain due to the draft and the boom in defense industries. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivering his inaugural address at the Capitol in Washington on March 10, 1933. (AP Photo)

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Britain's King George VI made a tour of important shadow factories near and outside Birmingham. When he toured the Daimler Shadow factory, he rode in the first car built for a monarch and owned by his grandfather, Edward VII. The car, a six-horse power 1899 Four Poster Daimler with chain drive is still in good running order. The King riding round the Daimler factory in Coventry, Warwickshire, on March 10, 1938, with Lord Swinton, the Air Minister, in rear behind him, in the 1899 Daimler car owner. (AP Photo)

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Britain's Duchess of Gloucester, left, when her Royal highness visited London House, Guilford Street, London. on March 10, 1939, the Dominion Students’ headquarters, and made a tour of inspection. (AP Photo)

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This is an aerial view of the ice-jam flood in Montpelier, Vt., Tuesday, March 10, 1992. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

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Sen. Edward Kennedy, speaks at Sen. Jacob Javits funeral March 10, 1986. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman shows the jury in the O.J. Simpson double murder trial evidence found in the white Bronco that prosecutors contend defendant O.J. Simpson drove the night his ex-wife and a friend were murdered, during testimony in Los Angeles Friday, March 10, 1995. Prosecuting attorney Marcia Clark looks on. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, Pool)

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Tim Witherspoon of Philadelphia, Pa., holds the WBC Championship belt high in the air after he defeated Greg Page in Las Vegas, Nev., to claim the WBC title, March 10, 1984. Witherspoon now holds the title vacated by Larry Holmes. At left is Witherspoon's mother, Linda. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)

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Prime Minister Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe speaks during a news conference in New Delhi during the Non-Aligned Summit, March 10, 1983. (AP Photo/Zuheir Saade)

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Former U.S. runner Wilma Rudolph, three-time gold medalist of the Rome Olympics in 1960, is flanked by West German IOC-members Berthold Beitz (l) and Willi Daume at a ceremony honouring late U.S. athlet Jesse Owens near West Berlins Olympic stadium Saturday, March 10, 1984. The name of a road was changed into "Jesse Owens Allee". (AP-Photo/hl/str/Elke Bruhn-Hoffmann)

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Pres. Jimmy Carter, center, speaks following a State Dinner at the White House for British Prime Minister James Callaghan, left, Thursday, March 10, 1977, Washington, D.C. (AP Photo)

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Front pallbearer actor Dan Aykroyd pauses with his arms crossed over the coffin of friend and actor John Belushi following services at West Tisbury Congregational Church on Martha's Vineyard, Ma., March 10, 1982. (AP Photo)

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Attorney General Griffin Bell, left, talks privately to Chairman Peter Rodino, of the House Judiciary Committee in Rodino's office in Washington, March 10, 1978. Bell later testified before the Judiciary Committee. (AP Photo/John Duricka)

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Actor Robert Redford, in town for a news conference, poses in New York City on March 10, 1977. Redford is appearing for the Environmental Defense Fund, of which he is a board member, to promote a Cancer Prevention Campaign to bring awareness of cancer causing toxic substances in the environment. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Susan Ford talks with actor James Caan, left, while President Gerald Ford chats with Barbra Streisand after her television special at the John F. Kennedy Center for the performing Arts in Washington Sunday, March 10, 1975. After the special Ford presented awards to the winners of the Special Olympics, the international sports program for the mentally retarded. (AP Photo)

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Bobby Unser is all smiles in the victory circle just after he won the California 500, March 10, 1974 in Ontario, California. He beat his brother Al by less than a second. At left is Tony Hulman of Indianapolis, one of the track operators, and in background is Dan Gurney, builder of the winning car. Newsman at right is unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Country singer Johnny Cash is joined by his wife, June Carter, and son, John, 6, at the dedication of a star honoring him in the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, Calif., on March 10, 1976. (AP Photo)

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On March 10, 1973, more than one week after seizing Wounded Knee, S.D., and starting a standoff with federal authorities, members of the Oglala Sioux tribe march to the cemetery where their ancestors were buried following the 1890 massacre at the site. Third in line is Carter Camp, one of the leaders of the American Indian Movement (AIM). Members of the AIM were calling the government's withdrawal that day from the village outskirts a victory. (AP Photo)

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Stephen Weed, fiance of kidnaped newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst, is surrounded by newmen as he returns to the Hearst family home in Hillsborough, Calif., March 10, 1974. Weed had been staying with the Hearsts most of the five weeks since the kidnaping but had spent a few days with his father in Palo Alto. (AP Photo)

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Mayor Richard Hatcher of Gary, Ind., addresses the press at the opening of the National Black Political Convention, March 10, 1972. Rev. Jesse Jackson, head of the newly organized People United to Save Humanity, is second from left. (AP Photo/Charles Kelly)

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Pittsburgh Pirates star Roberto Clemente, left, looks at New York New York Mets coach Yogi Berra's lineup before an exhibition game in St. Petersburg, Fla., March 10, 1972. (AP Photo)

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Pan American's 747 jumbo jet lifts off runway at Los Angeles International airport on inaugural flight to Tokyo, March 10, 1970, with a stop at Honolulu. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)

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Heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali is seen seated at the wheel of his van before leaving New York, March 10, 1971. The night before he'd been defeated by Joe Frazier in a 15-round decision. (AP Photo/Jim Wells)

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David Ben-Gurion, former Prime Minister of Israel, during a press conference in Chicago's City Hall, March 10, 1967. Ben Gurion was supposed to be here to "kick off" the 1967 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal, but the 80-year-old statesman said he was here to recruit pioneers to settle in Israel. He was later presented with a medallion making him an honorary citizen of Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Knoblock)

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White phosphorous bomblets burn in midair to create a smoke screen alongside the Khe Sanh runway to protect planes landing with supplies and reinforcements at the U.S. Marine base near the demilitarized zone in South Vietnam, March 10, 1968 during the Vietnam War. The smoke screen, laid by a lowflying jet, hides the base against snipers, close-by mortars and North Vietnamese artillery. (AP Photo/Robert Ohman)

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American actor Tony Curtis strolls through downtown Rome, Italy, with his wife Christine Kaufmann, March 10, 1967. He is in Italy to make a movie. (AP Photo)

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Basketball star Wilt Chamberlain extends a long left in the direction of world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali as they met at an ABC television studio in New York, March 10, 1967. Chamberlain stands 7 feet, 1 inch tall, and Ali is 6 feet, 2 inches tall. Chamberlain's reach is over 90 inches, Ali's is 79 inches. Their proposed fight, in all seriousness, never came off. (AP Photo)

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Smoke from Smoke bombs fills Amsterdam street along the royal wedding route March 10, 1966 before the arrival of the coach bearing Crown Prince Beatrix and Claus Von Amsberg to West Church for the religious service. Demonstrators were protesting the fact that Von Amsberg grew up under Hitler and as a youth served in the German Army. (AP Photo)

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Harry Bridges, president of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), addresses a mass meeting in San Francisco, Ca., asking for a boycott to send a message to Alabama Gov. George Wallace, March 10, 1965. He said that each local of his union would vote on a resolution declaring that the union members would "refuse to handle any goods or merchandise from Alabama, coming across the docks or through the warehouses, until the rights of all the people of Alabama are recognized and fully protected." (AP Photo)

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This aerial view shows two round and gallery buildings going up south of Chicago's downtown district as part of the public housing projects in the city on March 10, 1966. The towers will provide 764 apartments for the elderly and the gallery buildings will have 746 apartments for families. (AP Photo)

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Six Catholic nuns lead a short march in Selma, Ala., March 10, 1965. The group got only a few hundred feet away from a black church before the police blocked their way. (AP Photo)

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A group of mechanics examine the new Porsche Gran Turismo Type 904, designed with a boxer-engine and a polyester plastic body in Ludwigshafen, Germany on March 10, 1964. (AP Photo)

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Champion Floyd Patterson shape up this way for his world heavyweight title bout, March 10, 1961, scheduled for Miami, Florida on March 13. (AP Photo)

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WIth guns at the ready, steel-helmeted Syrian troops cordon off the Turkish Embassy in Damascus, March 10, 1963, as 3,000 banner-waving demonstrators marched on the building. Khaled Azm, the deposed Syrian Premier, was seeking asylum in the Embassy. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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Syrian troops set up an anti-aircraft gun near a gaudy cinema poster in the ancient city of Damascus, March 10, 1963, following last week's military revolution. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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Actress Ingrid Bergman and Swedish millionaire Lars Schmidt appear at a news conference at Lerum, near Goteborg, Sweden, March 10, 1958, still refusing to confirm or deny reports of marriage. The actress, who is separated from Italian film director Roberto Rossellini, said she will continue movie making in England. (AP Photo)

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Toy designer Marvin Glass, of Chicago, issues an order to the "Robot Commando Soldier" in a preview of Christmas toy designs in New York, March 10, 1961. The robot shoots rockets and can be controlled by voice through an attached microphone. Glass says, "I'm trying to develop a concept of toys that a child can actually participate in, that will allow some expression of the dynamism of his personality." (AP Photo)

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France's President, Charles De Gaulle, is seen speaking to the French General Assembly in Paris on March 10, 1961. (AP Photo/Levy)

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Ed Rayhal of Charleston, S.C., approaches the finish line as he pushes his Arnolt Bristol after it blew two piston rods with one mile left in the race in Boca Raton, Fla., on March 10, 1957. He won the sportsmanship award and third place, as only two others cars of eight starters finished. (AP Photo)

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Cheerful residents of Cyprus aid one of their numbers as he rides a donkey down steps of a motion picture house on Wednesday, March 10, 1956 in Cyprus. Bicycles and motorcycles have been banned as a result of uprisings and many donkeys have been brought into the Island colony mostly to heckle the British. (AP Photo)

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Main street of the Dachau camp on March 10, 1954, eight years after the miserable thousands who had escaped the gas chambers and the crematory of the Nazi extermination site were liberated. Refugees live in the camp. (AP Photo/Heinrich Sanden, Sr.)

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New Yorkers, including women relaxing on their way home from high school, enjoy the afternoon sun by Wollman Memorial ice skating rink in New York's Central Park on March 10, 1955. The temperatures reached 69 degrees Fahrenheit, three degrees below the all-time high for March 10 set in 1879. (AP Photo)

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Chinese Nationalist fighters hand over their weapons to the Chief of Province, Deo Van An, feudal leader of the Tai people, at Phong Tho, in the Tonkin region of Vietnam, on March 10, 1951. The Chinese are lined up at left with their weapons on the ground, while their leader ceremoniously presents his revolver to the provincial chief seated in the center. Sitting next to Van An, an unidentified French officer is watching the ceremony. The French national flag and the Tai flag are flying overhead, symbolizing the alliance between the French and the Tai. Standing in the background are villagers and local Tai militiamen. (AP Photo/Levy)

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More than 100,000 volumes are stored in this hall of Hamburg's Library where librarians are busy surverying the books which remained on the Library's pre-war stock of 700,000 to 800,000. March 10, 1950 file photo. (AP Photo)

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As two parapacks of mail float to earth, after being dropped by a transport plane, Marines gather another mail pack to prepare the distribution of its contents to their buddies on the American-held portion of Iwo Jima, Japan on March 10, 1945. (AP Photo)

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The Aga Khan III celebrates his 60th anniversary as head of the Ismaili Muslim sect by balancing himself against a matching weight of diamonds at Bradbourne Stadium, Bombay, India, March 10, 1946. He is shown as the containers of diamonds equal his weight and the scale nears zero. The monetary equivalent of the diamonds was to be donated to charity. (AP Photo/Max Desfor)

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Pupils of the High School for girls show an eager interest in their lesson, in India, on March 10, 1944. They are entirely different from the pupils of the Seva Sadan who, according to tradition, lower their eyes as soon as a stranger enters the room. (AP Photo)

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Sgt. Joe Louis (right), former heavyweight champion soon to go overseas, presents to Pvt. Ragon Kinney (left), of Los Angeles, Calif., the Joe Louis Award for outstanding sportsmanship shown during the Golden Gloves Tournament in Chicago, Ill., on March 10, 1944. Kinney who lost the heavyweight title to A/C Orlan Ott, Iowan fighting for Fort Worth, San Diego, Calif. (AP Photo)

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Working daily for a month, 150 natives of East Africa cut a runway out of a forest near Mt. Kenya so that an RAF plane, which had made a forced landing on the mountain, could take off and return to its base. In this air view, March 10, 1943, the plane is poised for the takeoff at the far end of the runway. The cleared strip at left is a narrow road out to bring the plane from the mountain to the runway. The natives stood by and cheered as the plane Got off successfully. (AP Photo)

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Ted Williams, left, Boston Red Sox outfielder, whose classification was recently changed from 1-A to 3-A, reported to spring training camp at Sarasota, Fla., March 10, 1942. An unidentified sports writer interviews him. (AP Photo)

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Serving with the Royal Air Force are many officers and men of the Belgian Air Force. After a short period of training to familiarize them with British aircraft and technique, they are drafted to operational squadrons in which many men are already pulling their weight. Belgian pilots examining a cockpit in an R.A.F. fighter plane, March 10, 1941. (AP Photo)

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Fritz Kuhn (seated right), national leader of the German-American Bund, is shown in court in New York City, March 10, 1939, as he listened to testimony of Joseph Goldstein, left, Jewish lay leader, who charged Kuhn with criminal libel because of an article in the Bund’s weekly paper. Magistrate James H. Solwell acquitted Kuhn. Seated at Kuhn’s side is Valian H. Kalendarian, his lawyer. The complainant was formerly a magistrate. (AP Photo/Walter Durkin)

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Private Joe Louis, center, is seen jogging with fellow soldiers at Camp Dix, N.J. on March 10, 1942. The heavyweight boxing champion meets Abie Simon at Madison Square Garden on March 27 to defend his title to benefit the Army Emergency Relief Fund. (AP Photo/Murray Becker)

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Racehorse trainer Tom Smith is shown with thoroughbred Seabiscuit on March 10, 1940. (AP Photo)

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Leni Riefenstahl, right, actress, director, scenarist as well as the czarina of Nazi moviedom, is shown at the "sound-mixer", on March 10, 1938, preparing the super-colossal talkie of the Berlin Olympics, which took two years in editing. Riefenstahl was commissioned to put it together. (AP Photo)

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Jack Kennedy, son of the U.S. Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy, was one of several Kennedy children who stayed behind when his father went to London as Ambassador. Jack, a member of the Harvard swimming team, is shown here at practice, March 10, 1938. (AP Photo)

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This is a typical scene in a Limerick Street on market days, on March 10, 1937. The old world donkey cart is still used by aged inhabitants as a means of transport. (AP Photo)

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An unusual test was carried out in Hendon, London, on March 10, 1936, by the Air Raid Precautions department of the Home Office. Its object was to find an alarm signal producing the most penetrating sound, which could be used by local authorities in the event of a gas attack from the air. A Norwegian 500-horn being tested for its sound. (AP Photo)

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American aviatrix Amelia Earhart waves from the Electra before taking off from Los Angeles, Ca., on March 10, 1937. Earhart is flying to Oakland, Ca., where she and her crew will begin their round-the-world flight to Howland Island on March 18. (AP Photo)

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A cyclist complete with respirator, bearing a portable amplifier for warning at Hendon on March 10, 1936. (AP Photo)

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A cyclist complete with respirator, bearing a portable amplifier for warning at Hendon on March 10, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Dr. Joseph Goebbels opened the campaign for the Reichstag election, on March 29, 1936, with a mass meeting in the Deutschlandhalle in Berlin, on March 10, 1936. Similar rallies were hold throughout the Reich to which the minister?s speech was broadcasted. Associates Press Photo shows a general view of the rally in the Deutschlandhalle in Berlin. (AP Photo)

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German machine-gun crews with their guns march into Aachen, Germany, March 10, 1936, after Germany reoccupied the demilitarized zone of the Rhineland. (AP Photo)

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Chief James Red Cloud, left, and Chief Robert Bad Wound, right, Sioux Indian leaders of Pine Ridge, SD, meet with Calif. Rep. John McGroarty in Washington D.C. on March 10, 1936. (AP Photo)

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This view shows the construction site of Rockefeller Center in New York, on March 10, 1932, as excavation work for the projected 70th-story RCA Building gets under way. The future commercial complex in the heart of New York City will cover a three-block area, stretching from West 48th Street to West 51st Street, and between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Looking eastwards along 50th Street, the department store Saks Fifth Avenue can be seen on the right, the two spires of St. Patrick's Cathedral are on the left, and in the rear is the RCA Victor Building. (AP Photo)

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Emperor Hirohito is shown as he appears attending the Army's celebration of the 27th anniversary of the battle of Mukden, in the Russia-Japanese War In Tokyo, March 10, 1932. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh leaves the White House with Secretary of War George Dern after their conference in Washington, March 10, 1934. From left to right: Secty. Dern, Lindbergh and Helen Coolidge Woodring, wife of the Assistant Secretary of War, Harry Hines Woodring. (AP Photo)

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Prince Leopold III of Belgium in uniform at the unveiling of a statue in Brussels to commemorate the war pigeons from World War One, on March 10, 1931. The statue depicts a female figure holding a pigeon with wings outstretched. Pigeons were used in WWI for message carrying. (AP Photo)

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Mahatma Gandhi, virtual leader of India is photographed at his spinning, a duty which he continues in his campaign for home goods, March 10, 1931. The 96-pound leader recently arrived at an agreement with Lord Irwin, Viceroy of India, in which both parties did much to cement the feeling between India and Britain. Gandhi agreed to end the "passive resistance" campaign and irwin lessened the monopoly of British salt manufacture. (AP Photo)

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John Philip Sousa, America's March King and famous bandmaster is buried in the Congressional Cemetery in Washington D.C. with full Military honors on March 10, 1932. (AP Photo)

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At right, Babe Ruth, seated left, signs a contract with the late Col. Jacob Ruppert, owner of the New York Yankees, March 10, 1930, for a salary of $ 80,000 a year in 1930. (AP Photo)

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With a crippled engine, Ralph DePalma of Los Angeles crosses the finish line at Indianapolis Speedway on March 10, 1915. Another engine failure had stopped him near the end of the 1912 race when DePalma led by at least 10 miles. (AP Photo)

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