Today in History: June 29

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Shannon Rennert, of Moline, Ill., left, and Jim Sappington, of East Lawn, Ill., walk down a flooded street, Tuesday, June 29, 1993, Pleasant Valley, Iowa. Water from the Mississippi River is flooding many of the homes along its banks. Rennert and Sappington were in Pleasant valley to help Rennerts brother move his belongings. (AP Photo/John Gaps III)

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Members of an expedition led by British explorer Tim Severin trying to sail to the United States in a 10-metre-long bamboo raft, are seen at sea, 21.9 miles off Tanegashima, Western Japan, June 29, 1993. The raft left Hong Kong on May 13. (AP Photo)

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British actress and model Elizabeth Hurley arrives at a central London hotel Thursday, June 29, 1995 where she is working under contract with Estee Lauder in marketing strategy for a new perfume called "Pleasure." Hurley has been under the media spotlight, since her boyfriend British actor Hugh Grant was arrested and charged with lewd conduct in Los Angeles Tuesday. (AP Photo/Max Nash)

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Anita Hill, right, acknowledges the applause of the crowd, after she was given the President's Award, by James S. Rogers, left, president of the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association, at a luncheon in Seattle, June 29, 1992. Professor Hill, of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, was the keynote speaker at the luncheon, where she spoke on the problems of sexual harassment. (AP Photo/Jim Davidson)

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U.S. Navy Petty Officer Keith Meinhold shown at Moffett Field Naval Air Station, California on June 29, 1992, during a break of a hearing by a Navy board. Meinhold is fighting a discharge after announcing he was gay after House democrats introduced a bill to ban the military’s anti-gay policy. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

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Razor Ruddock connects with a right to the chin of Mike Tyson during their heavyweight bout at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas, Friday, June 29, 1991. Tyson won with a unanimous decision. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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Austrian army tanks are positioned along the Austrian-Yugoslavian border at Spielfeld, Austria, June 29, 1991. All border crossing are continue to be watched by the Austrian army for security purposes. (AP Photo)

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Anti-abortion demonstrators, including Phyllis Schlafly, foreground, rally at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on June 29, 1992. The high court upheld most provisions of a restrictive Pennsylvania abortion law. (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander)

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Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos stands outside Federal Court during a lunch break in the third day of federal jury deliberations of her fraud case, June 29, 1990 in New York. Mrs. Marcos is alleged to have helped her late husband, former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, embezzle $222 million from their country?s treasury. (AP Photo/Mark Phillips)

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Activist Rev. Al Sharpton, left, is led away in handcuffs from Manhattan Criminal Court after being arraigned on a 67-count indictment accusing him of stealing $250,000 from the charitable group he launched as a youth in New York, June 29, 1989. (AP Photo/David Cantor)

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U.S. President George H. Bush speaks with reporters following a round of golf at Cape Arundel Golf Club in Kennebunkport, Maine, Saturday, June 29, 1991. Bush discussed the situation in Iraq and his decision on a successor to retiring Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. The Presidents grandson, Sam LeBlond is at lower right. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)

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Cesar Chavez, civil rights advocate and United Farm Workers founder, is shown on June 29, 1989. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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Politicians, hydroelectric officials and the construction contractors bow their heads during the benediction at he groundbreaking ceremonies of the Bradley Lake Hydroelectric Project in Homer, Alaska, June 29, 1988. (AP Photo/Melon Grover Purcell)

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The Rev. Al Sharpton, right, speaks during a news conference on the Tawana Brawley case at Bethany Baptist Church in New York, June 29, 1988, in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. From left, Dr. Charles Nesbitt, president of Metropolitan Ministers; Dr. Lorenzo Marshall Robinson, former president of the NAACP, Stamford, Conn., branch; and Dr. William A. Jones, pastor of Bethany Baptist Church. (AP Photo/Charles Wenzelberg)

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An Iraqi woman pushes a hand cart past a street painting of the country's President Saddam Hussein in Baghdad, June 29, 1988. In the painting, Hussein is surrounded by symbols of 20th century technology and supported by figures representing the civilian and military population. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours)

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Vicki, who lives in a makeshift tent within sight of San Francisco’s City Hall, packs up clothes to take to the Laundromat in morning on Wednesday, June 29, 1988 in San Francisco. Conflicts between the homeless camped out in Civic Center Plaza and San Francisco police have increased recently. Although city policy has been to allow homeless people to sleep in the park, both the police and Mayor Art Agnos say no structures, such as cardboard shacks and tents, can be permitted. (AP Photo/David Weintraub)

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Rev. Jesse Jackson, center, founder and President of Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, is joined by baseball great Hank Aaron, left, at a meeting of Operation PUSH at the Sheraton in Rosemont, Ill., Monday, June 29, 1987. Jackson said that a threatened boycott of major-league baseball has been called off because ownres have shown signs they are dedicated to hiring more minorities in the front office. (AP Photo/Mark Elias)

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Boy George gives the "thumbs-up" as he arrives at his hotel in Sydney, Australia, June 29, 1984. (AP Photo)

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Cuban President Fidel Castro, foreground waving, signals farewell to Jesse Jackson, top, at Havana's Jose Marti Airport on June 29, 1984. Jackson takes with him 48 U.S. and Cuban prisoners released after his meeting with Castro. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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A lightning bolt hits the ground behind the Washington Monument as a severe thunderstorm passes through Washington, D.C., late Wednesday, June 29, 1984. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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A 100-foot-long section of the Interstate 95 bridge spanning the Mianus River in Greenwich, CT, collapsed June 29, 1983. Three people were killed and three were seriously injured when their vehicles plunged 70 feet to the river. (AP Photo/Bob Child)

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Italy's Antonio Cabrini, left, shoots hard towards Argentina's goalkeeper Ubaldo Fillol, right, and scores during the Soccer World Cup second round match, between Italy and Argentina, at the Sarra Stadium, Barcelona, June 29, 1982. Argentina defender Luis Galvan is seen centre. Argentina defeated Italy 2 - 1. (AP Photo)

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A group of gay baton twirlers from San Francisco, in gold outfits, march during San Francisco’s Annual Lesbian Gay Freedom Day parade, June 29, 1981. A two-mile parade down Market Street, the city main, was watched by about 250,000 persons. Gays from all over the world participate in this year’s event. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

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Dancer Gene Kelly, left, and entertainment clown Burt Epstein, right, celebrated at a tribute to Kelly at the Bel Air estate of the late Conrad Hilton in Los Angeles, June 29, 1980. The event was sponsored by the Diamond Circle for the City of Hope Medical Center. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher makes a point during the Tokyo economic summit windup press conference on Friday, June 29, 1979 in Tokyo following the end of discussions by seven heads of state. The leaders agreed to work together to solve energy problems common to all industrialised states. (AP Photo)

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Blues musician B.B. King, left, James Cotton, center, and Muddy Waters perform together at radio city music hall in New York on Friday, June 29, 1979. The three bluesmen got together at the Newport Jazz Festival concert that was billed as a “tribute to Muddy Waters”. (AP Photo/Perez)

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A crowd of reporters watch as Venezuelan President Carlos Andres Perez, left, and President jimmy Carter leave the White House following their meeting in Washington on June 29, 1977. (AP Photo/Brian Horton)

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Rock group of Beach Boys in concert on June 29, 1978 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (AP Photo/IS)

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One of five parachutists that represents one of the five circles of the Olympic logo, almost lands in the pole vault pit at the opening of the Olympic trials at the Los Angeles Coliseum, June 29, 1968. Each jumper had a colored chute to match the five colors of the Olympic circles. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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First lady Hilary Clinton talks to Health Secretary Donna Shalala during a health care rally at the Health Department in Washington, June 29, 1994. Mrs. Clinton met with voluntary health organizations which represent more than 250 million people. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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FILE - This is a June 29, 1986 file photo of Diego Maradona of Argentina celebrates with the cup at the end of the World Cup soccer final in the Atzeca Stadium, in Mexico City, Mexico. Argentina defeated West Germany 3-2 to take the trophy. With one week to go before the World Cup starts in Brazil, The Associated Press takes a look at 10 great stars in the tournament's history. Maradona One the greatest playmakers of all time, Maradona was joint FIFA Player of the 20th Century with Pele. “El Pibe de Oro” inspired Argentina to victory in the 1986 tournament. The English will never forgive him for his “Hand of God” goal en route to winning the World Cup. And perhaps his own people, the Argentines, will never forgive him for being a terrible coach for the national team at the World Cup four years ago in South Africa. But as player, Maradona was peerless during his heyday, although drug problems marred the end of his career. (AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli, File)

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The American battleship USS Oklahoma being welcomed intoport by cheering crowds, in Portsmouth, England, on June 29, 1936. The ship is part of the US Midshipmen's practice squadron which will be in England for one week. (AP Photo)

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New York Cosmos soccer star Pele, who is from Brazil, leaps high in the air after scoring a goal during game with the Washington Diplomats in Washington on Sunday, June 29, 1975. Pele scored two goals and assisted on two others as the Cosmos whipped the Diplomats 9 to 2. (AP Photo)

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Wrecked cars outside government house in Santiago,Chile, hit by gunfire during an Army uprising today, June 29,1973, against President Salvador Allende's leftist administration. ( AP Photo )

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Former White House aide Charles Colson enters a House intelligence subcommittee Friday June 29, 1973 to testify to the assertion that he approved and helped secure CIA disguises for an effort to obtain information on Senator Edward M. Kennedy's Chappaquidick accident. (AP Photo/Files)

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Demonstrators are carrying signs as they parade down Hollywood Boulevard calling to end the discrimination against homosexuals, June 29, 1970, in Hollywood, California. Police estimations stated over 1,100 men and women participating in the march, with more than 25,000 people watching from the sidewalks.

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Actress Jayne Mansfield, 34, was sitting in the seat on the left in this picture when the car in which she was riding ploughed into the rear of a trailer truck just east of New Orleans early June 29, 1967. Miss Mansfield and two male companions in the front seat were killed. Her three children in the rear seat of the late model gray auto were injured. Top half of the car was pushed back by the impact. (AP Photo)

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Actress Jayne Mansfield and her lawyer Samuel Brody are photographed on Jan. 23, 1967 at an unknown location. (AP Photo)

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Britain's pop group The Beatles wave as they leave their aircraft on arrival at Tokyo Airport, June 29, 1966, wearing Japan Airlines Happi Coats. From top, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon and Paul McCartney. (AP Photo)

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Joe Namath, jets rookie quarterback works out in New York on June 29, 1965. (AP Photo/Harry Harris)

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FILE - In this June 29, 1956 file photo, actress Marilyn Monroe, left, and playwright Arthur Miller embrace on the lawn of Miller's home in Roxbury, Conn., several hours before they were married in White Plains, New York. A handwritten letter from Monroe to her third and final husband, playwright Arthur Miller, sold for $43,750 at auction Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo, File)

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President Richard Nixon gestures during his news conference in Washington, June 29, 1972. Nixon announced the United States will return to the Paris peace talks without pre-conditions but with hopes for serious negotiations. (AP Photo)

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In this scene from the film "The Great Race," Natalie Wood is about to shoot off a pistol, June 29, 1964. At left is Jack Lemmon and at right, Tony Curtis in his white Leslie Special phaeton. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

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Miss Marilyn (Mandy) Rice-Davies arrives at Magistrates Court in London on June 29, 1963 to continue her testimony in the Dr. Stephen Ward case. A defense attorney slashed away at her story of a love affair with Viscount Astor, but the playgirl stood her ground on the charges she made determine whether Dr. Ward must stand trial on vice charges. (AP Photo)

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U.S. President John F. Kennedy is greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of children and nuns from the Convent of Mercy, as he arrives from Dublin by helicopter at Galway's sports ground, Ireland, June 29, 1963. (AP Photo)

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Malcolm X, Muslim leader, addresses a rally in Harlem in New York City on June 29, 1963. (AP Photo)

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These 10 St. area children in St. Louis on June 29, 1962 are just before departure for New York and tests to determine amount of radioactive iodine 131 from nuclear test fallout in their thyroid glands. They were selected at the study. In top row are Debbie and Kathy Gillespie and Tom and Mushler. On next step are Janis Hansen and Ann Mushler. Below them are Steve Mushler, Beth Ann Shashek and Chris Nibeck. On bottom step is Doug Hansen. (AP Photo)

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Gov. George Romney (second from right) walks at the head of an anti-discrimination march through Grosse Pointe, a Detroit suburb, June 29, 1963. Romney said he has not been asked to head the parade, but added, that since he was in the Detroit area he decided to come out. An estimated 250 people took part in the march. (AP Photo)

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President Adolfo Lopez Mateos warmly greets President John F. Kennedy upon his arrival in Mexico City for a three-day state visit, June 29, 1962. (AP Photo)

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Rod (the rocket) Laver, of Australia, displays winning form at Wimbledon, England on June 29, 1960, as he defeats Italy’s Nicola Pietrangeli in semi-final match on the center court. Laver won 4-6, 6-3, 8-10, 6-2, 6-4 in a see-saw match marked by errors by both players. Match was in the men’s singles of the all-England Lawn Tennis Championships. (AP Photo)

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Residents of Grants Pass are among the first in Oregon to join the craze as they try trampolines placed over pits, instead of being built on legs or poles, June 29, 1960. (AP Photo)

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The Andreyevskaya Church in Kiev, Ukraine, built on a hill above the city, occupies a commanding position, shown June 29, 1958. When it was built in the 18th century it was felt that it needed no bells. The mere sight of it was thought to be enough to summon the faithful to church. (AP Photo)

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Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower, left, checks his watch and tells Lewis Strauss see you in about an hour as they arrived back after a whirl win trip to New York City, June 29, 1959, Washington, D.C. The President was referring to the farewell dinner he is holding for Strauss, whose nomination as Secretary of Commerce was rejected by the Senate. Strauss accompanied the Chief Executive to New York City for a tour of the Soviet Cultural Center and a talk with Russias First Deputy Premier Frol R. Kozlov. (AP Photo/William J. Smith)

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Bob Veith (9) in a Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser, and Stirling Moss (10) in a Maserati lead the Kuzma-Offenhauser of Johnny Thomson (75) and the Ferrari (12) co-driven by Luigi Musso, Mike Hawthorn and Phil Hill on the high banking during the Race of Two Worlds at Monza, Italy on June 29, 1958. The race pitted Indianapolis cars and drivers against European Formula One grand prix teams on the Monza oval. (AP Photo)

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Brazil's seventeen-year-old Pele (Edson Arantes do Nascimento, center) weeps on the shoulder of goalkeeper Gylmar Dos Santos Neves (right) after Brazil's 5-2 victory over Sweden in the final of the soccer World Cup in Stockholm, Sweden, on June 29, 1958. Other players are unidentified (AP Photo)

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A general view of the beach at Kyrenia, Cyprus, on Sunday, June 29, 1958 in the foreground a soldier stands guard. Other guards patrol the beach. Guards are posted on all the beaches in Cyprus where large numbers congregate. (AP Photo)

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Pele (10) sits in the grass after scoring Brazil's fifth goal against Sweden in the closing minutes of the World Cup soccer final in Stockholm, June 29, 1958. Reino Borjesson (6) walks away with his hands in the air as a Swedish teammate sprawls on the field. Brazil beat Sweden 5-2 to win the World Cup championship. (AP Photo)

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Brazil's Pele, fourth from left, dances, celebrating the goal of Mario Jorge Lobo Zagallo, lying behind Sweden's kneeling goalkeeper Kalle Svensson during the World Cup soccer final in Stockholm, June 29, 1958. Brazil won 5-2. (AP Photo)

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Ralph D. Helfer of Los Angeles, Calif., who trains birds and animals for motion picture work, captured month-old great horned owls which he is training on June 29, 1953. He introduced his new birds to “Spide,” a 1 ½ year old South American spider monkey who seems a bit confused about their intentions. The owls are offspring's of one of North America’s fiercest birds. If they all behave, however, it means each is a meal ticket for the other in a business world. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

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Mara Scherbatoff, New York bureau chief for French magazine Paris Match, lies fatally injured under a blanket alongside car in which she was pursuing Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller near his Roxbury, Conn., home on June 29, 1956. Unidentified man comforts her before she was taken to the hospital where she died. Ira Slade, second from left, who was driving the car, is aided by his brother Paul, a Paris Match photographer, who was not in the car. No reason was immediately known why the car left the road and hit a tree. (AP Photo)

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Photographers approach close to the Cuthbert bird rookery on Cuthbert Lake in Florida's Everglades, June 29, 1953. This is one of the few remaining rookeries in Florida. Herons, egrets, ibis, pelicans and spoonbills are nesting in this one. (AP Photo)

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Taking the measure of a Sternist, as members of the women's division of the Stern Group are given physical examinations before induction into the regular army of Israel, June 29, 1948. The attendants are members of the Jewish Army. (AP Photo/Gerald Malmed)

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Leonhard Nienbling is shown with his 6-month old pet baboon Jackl, who holds a 6-month old kitten, its playmate, June 29, 1952. Niebling has quite an animal collection at his home in Zirndorf, Germany. (AP Photo/Heinrich Sanden)

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General Douglas MacArthur wears the gold-braided cap he made famous in World War II as he visits South Korean advance headquarters, June 29, 1950. MacArthur went to Korea to study conditions at first hand following the communist attack from North Korea. The ?campaign cap? is somewhat frayed and the gold braid is tarnished. But it?s still easily recognizable as the MacArthur trademark. (AP Photo)

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Two women carry signs protesting U.S. action in Korea on June 29, 1950 as they sell the Communist “Daily Worker” near London’s Marble Arch. Police later questioned distributors of similar placards intended to be carried in an Anti-American demonstration in the city’s Hyde Park. (AP Photo)

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This the apartment house at 545 West 111th Street, New York City, which was ordered vacated by the city which declared the 10-story structure “dangerous, hazardous and a firetrap”, June 29, 1949. Originally built to house 207 persons, apartments in the building have been divided and subdivided and now houses approximately 1,000 people. Gas in the building was shut off three months ago. On June 29, electricity was shut off on orders of the city. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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New York Yankees manager Casey Stengel, left, is shown with outfielder Joe DiMaggio, center, and pitcher Joe Page in the dressing room at Fenway Park in Boston, Ma., June 29, 1949, after the Yankees defeated the Red Sox. (AP Photo)

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Ben Hogan of Hershey, Pa., who won the Chicago Victory National Open Golf Tournament at Westward Ho Course, June 29, 1947 blasts out of a sand trap on the 12th hole in the final round. Hogan shot a 14-under-par 270 to win the tournament, with Sammy Snead taking second. (AP Photo/Charles E. Knoblock)

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Edged along by tugboats on either side of her, the USS New Jersey BB-62 battleship moves along the East River, N.Y. on June 29, 1948. The ship that served in World War II is en route to Bayonne, N.J. from the Brooklyn Navy Yard and will be retained by the U.S. Navy in the reserve fleet, or mothballed. In the background is the Manhattan Bridge. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Air Force transport planes supplying Berlin’s western sectors population by air. U.S. Airforce C47 transport planes line up for loading, June 29, 1948 at Frankfurt’s Rhein-Main-Airport, main base for the supply of Berlin by air. (AP Photo/Hanns J. Jaeger)

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Timmy, 7, takes a whack at the ball while Sister Melita backs him up - without a glove - in a batting cage in Palisades Amusement Park in Palisades, N.J., June 29, 1964. About 7,500 orphaned and underprivileged children went on an outing to the park, sponsored by the New Jersey State Council of Carpenters. (AP Photo)

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They not only play baseball at Yankee Stadium, they go in for barber shop “opera." Fans got a look and listen, when a quartet competed for the Barbershop Yodelers Championship in New York on June 29, 1946. Meet the winners from left to right are Joseph Spielman; Richard Carroll, William Fiener and Paul Patinka. They carried the colors of the Club Harmony Flatfoots. (AP Photo/Ed Ford)

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Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox starts his 77th walk of his 1946 American League season at Fenway Park against the Washington Senators in Boston, Ma. on June 29, 1946. (AP Photo/Fox)

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An American MP places a hood over the head of Peter Kohn, one of three German hanged at dawn on June 29, 1945 in Rheinbach, Germany, after being convicted of slaying as American airman. (AP Photo/Peter Carroll)

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American soldiers fighting in France near the city of Cherbourg line up at a field kitchen for a meal on June 29, 1944. From left to right are: Pvt. Joseph H. Becker, Ridgewood, L.I., N.Y.; Pvt. Edward F. Carr, Rock Island, Ill.; T/4 Clifford F. Thompson, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Pvt. Sylvester J. Capozzi, Buffalo, N.Y. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)

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Children relax atop a rock and swim in the north end of the Central Park Lake while others enjoy boating in Central Park, New York City, June 29, 1944. (AP Photo)

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The French town of Valognes, on the road the port city of Cherbourg, offers this scene of destruction, June 29, 1944, after the tide of battle had passed beyond it. (AP Photo/Harry Harris)

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Elizabeth May Craig, president of the Women’s National Press Club and representative of Maine newspapers, is greeted by first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, left, at a banquet at a Washington, D.C. hotel, June 29, 1943. (AP Photo/Henry Griffin)

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American troops who took part in fighting on Guadalcanal stand with bowed heads at gravesides of their fallen comrades, on June 29, 1943. (AP Photo)

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Fred Astaire performs his firecracker dance number from the musical movie "Holiday Inn" in Hollywood, Ca., on June 29, 1942. (AP Photo)

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A large congregates on gathered under the burnt out roof of Spurgeon?s tabernacle in Newington Butt for the last service, June 29, 1964 in London. Built in 1861 to accommodate the immense congregations attracted by the preachings of Charles Spurgeon, the tabernacle was badly damaged in a recent raid on London. The tabernacle was destroyed by fire in 1898, and rebuilt in 1900. Despite the charred condition of the tabernacle, services had been continued, but is the last among the ruins. In future, service will be held below. (AP Photo)

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France's General Charles de Gaulle, returning the salute of a French Soldier, as he arrives at his headquarters in Westminster, London on June 29, 1940. The British government has decided to recognize General de Gaulle, as ?leader of all free Frenchmen, wherever they may be, who rally to him in support of the allied cause?.

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Joe DiMaggio lines a single to left field in the seventh inning of the second game of a doubleheader at Washington June 29, 1941, to set a record for hitting safely in 42 consecutive games. In the first game, DiMaggio tied George Sisler's record of 41 games, set in 1922. The catcher is Jake Early of the Washington Senators. Yankees won both games, 9-4, 7-5. (AP photo)

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Rep. Lyndon Johnson, his wife, left, and his mother, Mrs. Sam Johnson, right, smile their confidence in his victory as returns increased the young New Deal congressman's plurality in the Texas special Senatorial election on June 29, 1941. They received the returns at their suite in an Austin hotel. (AP Photo)

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The town of Elwood, Ind. is shown, June 29, 1940. (AP Photo)

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For the 11 minutes and 29 seconds required to stow away Tony Galento, Joe Louis, second from right, is shown receiving a check, June 29, 1939 from promoter Mike Jacobs, left, for $114,332.87, raising to $1,556,036 his income from four years of boxing. Beaming over their protege's shoulders are his managers, John Roxborough, left standing, and Julian Black, at right, standing. (AP Photo)

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Humorist Will Rogers takes to the speaker's stand to the strains of the song "Pony Boy" at the day session of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Ill., June 29, 1932. After a lot of nonsense Rogers turned serious long enough to plead with his party to accept whoever is nominated and work for his election. The session held more entertainment for the delegates and spectators than either of the two previous meetings. (AP Photo)

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The Coronation Scot, drawn by the streamlined engine Coronation, pulling out of Euston Station, London. on June 29, 1937, for its test run to Crewe. (AP Photo)

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Queen Mary with young “Indians” in a classroom of the Henrietta Barnett Junior School, Hampstead Garden suburb in London, England, after she had opened new buildings of the school on June 29, 1938. (AP Photo/Andrews)

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Despite his bad defeat in Brooklyn Handicap, Omaha showed his class again in historic Dwyer Stakes at Aqueduct track beating five other three year olds in New York on June 29, 1935. Omaha is shown above winning, with Good Gamble coming in second. (AP Photo)

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0Helen Jacobs of the United States reaches for a forehand drive in the first round match at the All England Lawn Tennis Championship in Wimbledon, England, June 29, 1936. Jacobs defeated her opponent Mrs. H. Cable, 6-1, 6-0. (AP Photo)

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Workmen set last slab atop RKO building in New York City, June 29, 1932. (AP Photo)

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"The Tombs" city prison in lower Manhattan, is shown on June 29, 1941. The building is soon to be torn down. (AP Photo/John Rooney)

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Richard E. Byrd (commander) with Three companions as they took off in their giant tri-motored monoplane America for Paris June 29, 1927. (AP Photo)

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, of New York giving the great nomination speech for New York Governor Alfred Smith on June 29, 1928. Roosevelt is placing Smith's name at the Democratic national convention at Houston, Texas to be the party's candidate for president. (AP Photo)

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Bobby Jones drives off the tenth tee during third round of play in the U.S. Open at the Winged Foot Golf Course in Mamaroneck, N.Y., on June 29, 1929. (AP Photo)

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Newlyweds Marilyn Monroe, right, and Arthur Miller are shown after their civil wedding ceremony in White Plains, N.Y., June 29, 1956. (AP Photo)

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Angela Davis raises her arms in greetings after being introduced by Henry Wins right, to the audience at "An evening with Angela Davis" benefit at New York's Madison Square Garden June 29, 1972. They are standing in a special bullet-proof four-sided clear plastic booth which was set in place on the Garden's stage for Davis' speech.(AP Photo/Giuseppe Anastasi)

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High atop a wooden roller coaster at an Oklahoma City amusement park, Bill Miller and Penny Frazier are married by the Rev. Jerry Brown, June 29, 1991. Brown told the couple in his opening remarks that marriage is a lot like a roller coaster, "it's filled with occasional twists and turns." (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Tommy (Rocky) Graziano, right, Brooklyn welterweight aims a right at welterweight champion Freddie "Red" Cochrane of Elizabeth N.J. in the second round of their scheduled 10-round non-title fight, June 6, 1945 at Madison Square Garden in New York. Graziano won by a knockout in 10th round. (AP Photo)

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Sequoia Greenfield of Mendocino, makes her point against offshore oil drilling with her oil-splattered coveralls and oil-covered model ducks as hearings continued on Thursday, June 29, 1989 in Eureka by the President?s Outer Continental Shelf Leasing and Development task force. Behind her is an offshore drilling rig model. (AP Photo/Sal Veder)

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Bernard Madoff exits Manhattan federal court in New York on Tuesday, March 10, 2009. Madoff will plead guilty Thursday to 11 felony counts including money laundering, perjury and securities fraud that carry a potential prison term of 150 years, his lawyer and prosecutors said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano)

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Antonio Copete, of Cambridge, Mass., takes a photograph of a window display of the new Apple iPhone at an Apple store, Friday, June 29, 2007 at the CambridgeSide Galleria in Cambridge, Mass. The new iPhone is scheduled to go on sale later today. (AP Photo/Lisa Poole)

by: Associated Press

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The Statue of Liberty stands in New York Harbor as the ocean liner Queen Mary goes past, June 29, 1954, as seen from a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter. (AP Photo)

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Pope Paul VI raises both arms turning toward the faithful during the solemn mass he celebrated June 29, 1978 on the occasion of the anniversary of his 15th year of pontificate. In his speech he said he felt his death was nearing and appealed to those who walk in the path of "Heresy and schism" to spare further risks to the church. (Ap Photo/Arturo Mari)

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In this photo, reviewed by a US Department of Defense official, a U.S. military guard keeps watch from a tower overlooking the perimeter of Camp Delta detention center, at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base, Cuba on Thursday, June 29, 2006. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that President Bush overstepped his authority in creating military war crimes trials for Guantanamo Bay detainees, a rebuke to the administration and its aggressive anti-terror policies. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

by: Associated Press

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Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson delivers his 4,000th strikeout pitch during the eighth inning against San Diego Padres' Jeff Cirillo (not shown) Tuesday, June 29, 2004 at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix. Johnson becomes only the fourth player to reach 4,000 strikeouts in a career.(AP Photo/Matt York)

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