Today in History: March 29

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Henry Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State, answers questions at a news conference in New York, March 29, 1994. (AP Photo/Garth Vaughn)

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Wayne Gretzky waves to the fans in Madison Square Garden after the last game of his career in New York, Sunday, April 18, 1999. (AP Photo/John Dunn)

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A row of Soviet Army trucks form a blockade outside the Kremlin in Moscow, Thursday, March 29, 1991 in a show intended to reinforce President Mikhail Gorbachev?s ban on all demonstrations. Anti-government demonstrators gathered in the streets around the Kremlin in spite of the ban to show their support for reformist-minded Boris Yeltsin. (AP Photo/Boris Yurchenko)

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Billy Walker, right, takes a swing at an unidentified man near the Mount Carmel compound in Waco, Texas on Monday, March 29, 1993. The incident was at the site where demonstrators were building an effigy of Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Director Stephen Higgins. (AP Photo/George Widman)

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Marisa Tomei poses with her best supporting actress Oscar for her performance in "My Cousin Vinny" at the 65th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Ca., Monday, March 29, 1993. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)

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A pro-Massoud Barzani Kurdish rebel poses with a captured Howitzer shell about 45-miles from the Turkish border, Thursday, March 29, 1991 in Dohuk, Iraq. (AP Photo)

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U.S. President George Bush and Mrs. Barbara Bush stroll on the Tidal Basin in Washington, Friday, March 29, 1991, beating the crowds to view the blooming Japanese Cheery Trees. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)

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Billionaire developer Donald Trump, right, waits with his brother Robert for the start of a Casino Control Commission meeting in Atlantic City, N.J., March 29, 1990. Trump was seeking final approval for the Taj Mahal Casino Resort, one of the world's largest casino complexes. (AP Photo)

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Surrogate mother Mary Beth Whitehead-Gould, center, and her husband, Dean Gould, arrive for the start of a hearing on her visitation rights with her 2-year-old daughter, known as Baby M, in Hackensack, N.J., Monday, March 29, 1988. Man at left is unidentified. (AP Photo/Mike Derer)

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British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher chats with an elderly woman during her visit to Zagorsk on March 29, 1987. Mrs. Thatcher saw the religious center of Zagorsk as part of her five day official visit to the Soviet Union. (AP Photo/Boris Yurchenko)

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Mrs. W. R. New is shown with her electric ice box, electric stove and electric water heater in Norris, Tenn., on March 29, 1938. Mrs. New's husband works for the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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A fan is moved by security after climbing on stage at a Rolling Stones concert at L'Olympia in Paris, France on March 29, 1966. (AP Photo/Lipchitz/Bodini)

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Two fireman view the wreck of a 50-foot Haitian sailboat as it sits on the wind and surf blasted beach in Highland Beach, Florida on Monday, March 29, 1982. The boat capsized early this morning killing two Haitians, six others survived the ordeal and two Haitians are still missing. (AP Photo/Doug Jennings)

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The University of Michigan Wolverines pose with their tournament cup after winning the National Invitation Tournament Championship against Notre Dame at New York's Madison Square Wednesday evening, March 29, 1984. Michigan coach Bill Frieder center, is flanked by Antoine Joubert, (11), left, and Richard Rellford (40), right. (AP Photo/Ray Stubblebine)

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This is an aerial view looking north from the Times Square area in New York, on March 29, 1982. (AP Photo)

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Pillars of the floating hotel platform which capsized in a North Sea storm are all that remain in Stavanger, March 29, 1980. Norwegian authorities called off the massive air-sea hunt for the 85 oil workers still missing saying they could not have survived 48 hours in waters which dipped below zero centigrade. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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Edmonton Oiler Wayne Gretzky, left, passes Pittsburgh Penguin Gregg Sheppard during the first period of NHL game, Sunday, March 29, 1981 in Pittsburgh. Gretzky scored in the second period, giving him a new record of 153 points in a single season. (AP Photo)

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President Jimmy Carter dropped by a meeting of business leaders in Washington on March 29, 1979, asking their help in controlling inflation. From left: Willis Alexander, vice president of the American Bankers Association, center; Carter; and Tom Murphy, a General Motors Company executive. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, left, tells Atlanta news conference that he didn’t believe he got a fair trial, March 29, 1979. Flynt was found guilty on 11 misdemeanor charges of obscenity by the Fulton State Court. He said "I felt there was collusion between the prosecution and the judge. There was no way I could get a fair trial." He was ordered to pay a total of $27,500 in fines. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

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Guests evacuate along corridor as Boston firefighters pull in hose at the Sheraton Boston Hotel during a three alarm fire on March 29, 1979 in Boston. The blaze sent smoke into several of the hotel's 29 floors. (AP Photo)

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United States air force personnel lift a victim of the collision between a Pan Am 747 and a KLM 747 jet Sunday onto a C130 transport plane for the ride back to the United States on Tuesday, March 29, 1977 at Santa Cruz De Tenerife airport, Spain. (AP Photo)

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With his tuxedo in disarray, rock singer Meat Loaf shakes his finger at Karla de Vito during the song "Paradise By The Dashboard Light," March 29, 1978 in Union, N.J. (AP Photo)

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Movie director Roman Polanski is shown in Los Angeles following arraignment on rape and sex perversion charges, March 29, 1977. The 43-year-old Polanski, widower of murdered actress Sharon Tate, is charged with raping a 13-year-old girl. He told reporters, ?I am innocent.? (AP Photo)

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This large bell, covered with 70,000 pearls, has been set up in Shinjuku, on of Tokyo’s fashionable districts, to herald the opening of a new department store, March 29, 1976. A store official said the pearls, worth 16,666 Dollars will be removed from the bell and dropped into a jar. Women shoppers who make purchases in the store of a sufficient amount will be invited to reach into the jar and pull out as many pearls as they can in one handful, some time in April. (AP Photo)

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Patty Hearst’s arrives for arraignment at parking lot across from central jail in downtown Los Angeles, March 29, 1976 where she arrived by L.A. County sheriff’s helicopter from Los Angeles International Airport where she was flown aboard coast guard airplane from San Francisco. She is charged with II Felong counts stemming from May, 1974 shootout at Mel’s sporting goods store in Inglewood, Calif. She is shown in custody of Janie Jimenez and Glen Robinson, both are U.S. Deputy U.S. Marshals. She left aboard same chopper after arraignment but from Bizcailuz center, in East Los Angeles. (AP Photo)

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Martina Navratilova, tennis star who defected from Czechoslovakia last September, shops in Tiffany's in New York, March 29, 1976. (AP Photo/Suzanne Vlamis)

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Simon Boyle, 26, wears one of the false moustaches he sells in his Chelsea, London, shop, March 29, 1967. The moustaches may soon be as common as false eyelashes for women if the sell-out success of Boyle's shop is any indication. (AP Photo)

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Father and mother, from front and back, help lift their youngster from ship to dock as the family and hundreds of other refugees arrive at Saigon dock, Friday, March 29, 1975. The arrival of the merchant vessel was one of the first at the capital since the mass exodus of South Vietnamese from the central highlands and Northern provinces. (AP Photo/Phuoc)

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Visitors queue under the Eiffel Tower for the elevators which will take them to the top of the 300-meter high iron structure in Paris on March 29, 1975 as the French capital undergoes its annual Easter invasion of tourists. (AP Photo/Spartaco Bodini)

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Teeming frightened humanity crowds the decks of the merchant vassal Pioneer Contender as it docks at Cam Ranh Bay on the central coast of South Vietnam, Friday, March 29, 1975. Ship carried 5,600 South Vietnamese refugees and about 40 Americans out of Danang, a refugee crammed city under the gun. (AP Photo/Huynh Cong/Ut)

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Camp Alpha, Uncle Sam’s out processing center, was chaos in Saigon on March 29, 1973. Lines of bored soldiers snaked through customs and briefing rooms. (AP Photo)

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Actor Gary Grant gives a press conference at the Raphael Hotel, in Paris, on March 29, 1956. (AP Photo/H Babout)

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The southwestern quadrant of Mercury is seen in this picture taken by the Mariner 10 spacecraft on March 29, 1974. The picture was taken four hours before the time of closest approach when Mariner was 122,000 miles from the planet. The largest craters are about 62 miles in diameter in this photo. (AP Photo)

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Striking Memphis sanitation workers, gathering for a new march Friday afternoon, March 29, 1968 clean the sidewalks and gutters near their meeting hall using placards printed for Thursday's march as scoops for debris in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Jack Thornell)

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U.S. Marines watch supplies float down under parachutes into the drop zone at the Khe Sanh combat base near the demilitarized zone in South Vietnam on March 29, 1968. (AP Photo)

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Heavyweight champ Muhammad Ali and one of his attorneys, Chauncey Eskridge, leave U.S. District Court after trying unsuccessfully to halt his induction into the Armed Forces, March 29, 1967. He had the induction transferred to Houston, Texas. (AP Photo)

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Mugging like an actor’s daughter, Holly Ann Heston, in the arms of her father, Charlton, is snapped by her mother, Lydia Heston, during a tour of market places in Cairo on March 29, 1966. The family was in Egypt during filming of “Khartoum,” in which Heston is one of the stars. It is a Julian Blaustein production for United Artists release. (AP Photo)

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Animals from Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus bring traffic to a halt as they paraded from the train depot to Philadelphia’s convention halt for a one week stand on March 29, 1966. (AP Photo/Warren M. Winterbottom)

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Chuvalo takes a right-heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) lands a right from long range against George Chuvalo in the third round of their Toronto bout on March 29, 1966. (AP Photo)

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Caribbean singer Harry Belafonte performs during an appearance at a benefit for the U.S. civil rights movement, in Paris' Palais des Sports, March 29, 1966. (AP Photo/Spartaco Bodini)

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Hovering U.S. Army helicopters pour machine gun fire into tree line to cover the advance of Vietnamese ground troops in an attack on a Viet Cong camp 18 miles north of Tay Ninh on March 29, 1965, which is northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border. Combined assault routed Viet Cong guerrilla force. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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School children lead the way as several hundred persons join a “Silent March” for civil rights through historic Concord, Massachusetts on March 29, 1965. The group gathered at the battleground near the Old North Bridge for talks and songs on civil rights. In Concord, a century ago, Henry David Thoreau refused to pay tax and was jailed in a protest against black slavery. (AP Photo)

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The body of the late King Ananda Mahidol of Thailand is cremated atop a royal cremation stand in Bangkok March 29, 1950. Traditionally the cremation takes place behind heavy gold curtains, but the fire got out of control during lighting ceremonies and it was necessary to open the curtains until it was controlled several minutes later. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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Pope Paul VI salutes a crowd estimated at 200,000 as he is carried on portable throne through St. Peter's Square in Vatican City, March 29, 1964. The pontiff celebrated an outdoor Mass in the square and delivered to the world the first Easter message of his pontificate. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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Linemen go to work late March 29, 1964 at Crescent City, Calif., in the task of gathering up loose ends after tidal wave Friday night that devastated much of the coastal town. National guardsmen are on duty in the area to keep order and prevent looting. The Tidal wave resulting from the Alaska earthquake damaged more than 300 buildings. (AP Photo)

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Groceries that washed out through the broken windows of a super market by the tidal waves that swept Crescent City, Calif., are scooped by a lift truck in front of the store, March 29, 1964. The entire area of the store was swept by the huge waves that destroyed a large part of the downtown section. (AP Photo)

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Heavyweight boxing champion Sonny Liston and Vice President Lyndon Johnson compare fists in the Capitol office, March 29, 1963. Liston is in Washington to attend a Big Brothers dinner. (AP Photo)

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For the purposes of his new film, director Jean-Luc Godard is filming in Parisian cafes and bars. His star and wife, Danish actress Anna Karina, is shown dancing with actor Sady Rebbot in a scene made on March 29,1962. They are not dancing the twist, as one might imagine, but are creating a new dance, the "Swim" on a theme by Michel Legrand. (AP Photo/Bendrihem)

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In a sign of determination and hope, members of the African National Congress show "thumbs up" during a demonstration in South Africa, March 29, 1961. "Away with Verwoerd," South Africa's white supremacist Prime Minister, is the slogan painted on the building in the background. (AP Photo)

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President John F. Kennedy and Prime Minister Tage Erlander of Sweden are a study in profile on the White House grounds, March 29, 1961. Kennedy escorted Erlander, who is on an unofficial visit to the United States, around the grounds after a luncheon meeting. (AP Photo/Bill Allen)

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Nationalist Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek reviews boy scouts at Martyr?s Shrine in Taipei, Formosa, during youth day observance, March 29, 1960. The day is a national holiday on March 29. The day is a national holiday in Formosa in honor of 27 revolutionaries who died in an uprising against the Manchu dynasty at Canton, China, in 1911. (AP Photo)

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George Metesky, the 54-year-old Waterbury, Conn., mechanic, the so-called “Mad Bomber” waves his boxed and bagged belongings to newsmen as he enters general sessions court in New York on March 29, 1957. Metesky, who has been undergoing psychiatric examination in Bellevue Hospital by five physicians for his alleged planting of home-made bombs around the city, was described by the psychiatric as incapable of standing trial because of his mental condition. Drs. John H. Cassidy and Theodore S. Weiss testified on March 29, that Metesky’s mind was preoccupied with “Fantasy.” (AP Photo/JJL)

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Queen Elizabeth II walks past honor guard of yeoman warders from the Tower of London after carrying out the annual service of distributing the newly-minted Maundy money at Westminster Abbey in London, March 29, 1956. Walking with the Queen is the Rev. Dr. Don, Dean of Westminster, and behind him is the Duke of Edinburgh. The traditional service is that as many old people the monarch has years shall receive as many pence of the specially minted silver coinage. After the ceremony the Queen and the Duke left for Windsor for a month. (AP Photo)

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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg in New York on March 29, 1951, charged by the U.S. government to commit espionage by transmitting national secrets to Soviet Russia. (AP Photo)

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Chinese Nationalist President Chiang Kai-shek, center, and other top Nationalist government officials walk from the Yuanshan Martyrs shrine in Taipei, Taiwan, Tuesday, March 29, 1955. The leaders payed homage to the revolutionary martyrs and those killed in the struggle with the Chinese communists. (AP Photo/Fred Waters)

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Doll like “Ushepts” who unseen, have guarded the dead for 2,500 years in the newly opened Sakkara tomb in Egypt on March 29, 1949. With them were three of the five, wooden coffins and a wooden box, seen background, which may contain the entrails of the people buried there. These “Ushepti” are or glazed pottery ware, light blue in color. One of their duties was to speak the praises of the character and prowess of the dead person they accompanied. A tomb deep in the rock beneath the desert at Sakkara, Egypt, was opened on March 29, 1949, by Abd Essalam, unseen, a young architect in charge of a ten year study of Egypt’s pyramids. Inside were found the wooden coffins of five ancient Egyptians and hundreds of tiny statuettes called “Ushepti”, or servants of the dead. Hieroglyphs in some of them disclosed to Doctor Etienne Drioton, Director general of the Egyptian Department of Antiquities, that one of the five deceased was a scribe named Kanufeir, who worked in the temple of Ptah, an ancient God of Memphis. (AP Photo)

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Jose Ferrer is kissed by Judy Holliday, left, and Celeste Holm at a party at a New York night club following presentation of the 1950 annual Academy Awards on March 29, 1951. Ferrer won for best performance by an actor in "Cyrano de Bergerac." Holliday was honored for best performance by an actress for "Born Yesterday." (AP Photo)

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Bill Rexford of Jamestown, N.Y., 1950 NASCAR Winston Cup Champion, is shown at a practice run March 29, 1951, for the opening day races at the Cincinnati Garden. (AP Photo)

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Elliott Roosevelt stands by the marble stone marking the grave of his father, Franklin D. Roosevelt, in the rose garden of the Roosevelt estate at Hyde Park, New York, March 29, 1948. Behind him is the 10-foot hemlock hedge. Around the stone is a low taxos border and the president?s grave is marked by a blanket of local evergreen boughs. Behind Elliott is the ancient sundial which stood in the garden for many decades. (AP Photo)

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German civilians who have returned to their native Monchengladbach, on March 29, 1945, have much to remind them of the war that has passed them by. More building and shops have been destroyed than are left standing, and they are facing worse hardships than before. Some of the civilians who returned queuing for bread at one of the few bakers working in the town. (AP Photo)

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Restaurant critics Duncan Hines and his wife, Florence Hines, check the numbers of food items taken by Mrs. Hines to judge at the 2nd annual Chefs Tournament at Fredericksburg, Va. on March 29, 1948. Duncan Hines is the author of "Adventures in Good Eating," a guidebook of American roadside restaurants. (AP Photo)

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Germans who have returned to their native Monchengladbach gathering sticks from a broom factory to heat their shattered homes, on March 29, 1945. The town has been badlydamaged and few shops remain open, but with little to sell. (AP Photo)

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In the thick of an eleven hour battle with attacking Japanese planes, U.S. Navy Task force units fill the sky with bursting Ack-Ack as they bring down 135 enemy planes while carrying out their blow at Saipan and Tinian islands in the Marianas Crewmen cheer aboard a carrier as a blazing enemy plane plunges into the sea on March 29, 1944. (AP Photo)

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Actress Ingrid Bergman and David Selznick look as if they're enjoying themselves at the Mocambo in Hollywood, California, on March 29, 1944. (AP Photo)

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Hilda Chester, the Brooklyn Dodgers' self-styled number one fan, rings a bell before a crowd of fans in Bear Mountain, N.Y., during an exhibition game, March 29, 1943. (AP Photo/Charles Kenneth Lucas)

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As the U.S. Pacific Fleet's carrier planes strike against enemy bases in the Palau Group, a Japanese battleship is hit and set afire. The photo is dated March 29 or 30, 1944. (AP Photo)

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From the wardroom of the presidential yacht Potomac, President Franklin D. Roosevelt speaks by radio to Democratic party members gathered at Jackson Day rallies throughout the nation, March 29, 1941. With him just before the broadcast is Secretary Stephen Early. The chief executive had just returned to Port Everglades, Fla., from a fishing cruise. (AP Photo)

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A cleanup squad removed smashed wreckage of what was a bus, March 29, 1941 after being hit by a bomb during a night air raid in London on March 15. Several persons were killed. (AP Photo)

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Motorcycle scouts move across open ground ahead of heavy mechanized units, during maneuvers at Fort Knox, Kentucky on March 29, 1941. (AP Photo)

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Joe Louis, the Brown Bomber, tries a new pastime at his Greenwood Lake, NY, camp March 19, 1940, where he is training for his bout with Johnny Paychek. The Louis vs. Paychek fight will be at New York's Madison Square Garden, March 29, 1940. Donning skis and appropriate snow costume, Louis starts downhill. (AP Photo)

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Heavyweight boxer Johnny Paychek, of Des Moines, is on his way to the mat--and for the knockout count of 10--after a right hand smash from champion Joe Louis. The second round of the title fight at Madison Square Garden, New York, March 29, 1940. The Brown Bomber won after 14 seconds of the second round in his successful defense of the title. Louis weighed 200 ? and Paychek 187 ?. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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Training for a role in the movies, Aladdin, three and one-half year old African lion, as he carefully sidled along two parallel steel cables, at the Gay Lion Farm in El Monte, Calif., on March 29, 1939. Aladdin is under the supervision of his trainer, Hugh Stewart, who at the moment isn’t paying a great deal of attention to his pupil. (AP Photo)

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A raid by agents of the Dies committee in a Baltimore, Md. office described as a Communist headquarters, netted this recruiting flag which committee members display in Washington, March 29, 1940. Left to right, Rep. Jerry Voorhis, Chairman Martin Dies (D-Tex.) and Rep. Joseph Casey (D-Mass.). (AP Photo)

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French Prime Minister Edouard Daladier,at his desk in Paris on March 29, 1939. On the wall behind is seen a Gobelin tapestry of Louis XIV winning the Battle of Dole. (AP Photo)

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Britain's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth motored from Buckingham Palace to pay a surprise visit to housing estates and tenements in Hoxton and Shoreditch. Crowds following the King and Queen arriving to inspect a house at Shoreditch in the east end of London, on March 29, 1938, during their tour. (AP Photo)

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Large rock near the water's age on the Great Salt Lake lends this contrast of man's face against a sunset in Salt Lake City, Utah, March 29, 1937. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)

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Desolation in this part of the Dust Bowl is graphically illustrated by these rippling dunes banked against a fence, farm home, barn and windmill in Guymon, Oklahoma, March 29, 1937. This property was abandoned by its owner when destructive dust clouds forced him to seek fortune elsewhere. (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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Joe Owens typifies the reaction of some folks around Clinton, Tenn., on March 29, 1938, to the new life under the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). He has an electric ice box, but he still pumps water from an old-fashioned cistern. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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The leaders of more than 4000 jobless men and women gather around Mayor F.H. La Guardia at City Hall in New York, March 29, 1934. They presented to the mayor demands that city carry on the projects of the Civil Works Administration The leaders warned that disorders would result from their suspension. (AP Photo)

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Undersheriff Fred Ivy Jr. examines the contents of boxes found in the farm home kitchen in which an elderly brother and two sisters lived as recluses in Paola, Kansas on March 29, 1930. Officers found Miss Mandy Stachling, 65, and Miss Mattie Stachling, 63, at the home, and the body of their brother, Albert P. Stachling, 70, dead of malnutrition. (AP Photo)

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Britain's Queen Mary walking up steps followed by Princess Helena Victoria on the way to the swimming bath after she attended a dedication ceremony for the new Chapel at the Dockland settlement in Canning Town East London, England on March 29, 1930. (AP Photo).

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Police holding back crowds at the opening of the Reichestag, with the Hitlerites in full power in Potsdam, Germany on March 29, 1933. (AP Photo)

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American sprinters and Olympic champions Jackson Scholz, left, and Charles "Charley" Paddock pose together in their starting positions at New York's Columbia Universtiy, March 29, 1928. (AP Photo)

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From left, Mayor Marciano Brion Sr., Police chief Leoncio Belen and Col. Pedro Perez, chief of the San Pablo City secret service, examine a crude, homemade hammer & sickle flag of the Communists, which was hoisted at San Pablo City, in Laguna Province, while an estimated 1,000 Hucks held the town for three hours, 40 miles south of Manila, Philippines, in 1950. Communist-led Hukbalahap bands raided 15 towns and villages in Central Luzon March 29 and 30, 1950, looting supplies, and setting fires. Thirty-five people, including Huk raiders, were killed and more than 60 wounded. (AP Photo)

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