Ken Fussichen's History Of The Day For
July 12th

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526*Felix of Samnium, son of Castorius, is consecrated as Pope St. Felix III. (He was erroneously named Felix IV in some texts.)Ref: 69
1290*Jews are expelled from England by order of King Edward I.Ref: 5
1543*England's King Henry the Eighth married his sixth and last wife, Catherine Parr.Ref: 5
1691*Antonio Pignatelli is elected Pope Innocent XII.Ref: 69
1730*Lorenzo Corsini is elected Pope Clement XII.Ref: 69
1774*Citizens of Carlisle, Penn. pass a declaration of independence.Ref: 5
1798*William Ward Burrows of South Carolina is named the first major of the modern U.S. Marines.Ref: 3
1799*Political assassinations banned in Britain.Ref: 10
1806 The Confederation of the Rhine is established in Germany.Ref: 2
1843*Mormon church founder Joseph Smith announced that a divine revelation had been given him sanctioning polygamy among his newly-organized religious followers.Ref: 5
1862*The Medal of Honor was authorized on this day by the US Congress.Ref: 4
1874*Ontario Agricultural College founded.Ref: 5
1878*British take possession of Cyprus from Turkey.Ref: 10
1882*First ocean pier in US completed, Washington, DC.Ref: 5
1882*America's first ocean pier has opening celebration at Atlantic City, NJ.Ref: 10
1900*114ø F (46ø C), Basin, Wyoming (state record).Ref: 5
1909*16th Amendment approved (power to tax incomes).Ref: 5
1917*After seizing the local Western Union telegraph office in order to cut off outisde communication, several thousand armed vigilantes forced 1,185 men in Bisbee, Arizona into manure-laden boxcars and "deported" them to the New Mexico desert. The action was precipitated by a strike when workers' demands (including improvements to safety and working conditions at the local copper mines, an end to discrimination against labor organizations and unequal treatment of foreign and minority workers, and the institution of a fair wage system) went unmet. The "deportation" was organized by Sheriff Harry Wheeler. The incident was investigated months later by a Federal Mediation Commission set up by President Woodrow Wilson; the Commission found that no federal law applied, and referred the case to the State of Arizona, which failed to take any action, citing patriotism and support for the war as justification for the vigilantes' action.Ref: 59
1920*Lithuania & USSR sign peace treaty, Lithuuania becomes an independent republic.Ref: 5
1933*Congress passes first minimum wage law (33¢ per hour).Ref: 5
1934*US Disciplinary Barracks on Alcatraz Island abandoned.Ref: 5
1944*Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary was chartered in Mill Valley, CA, undersponsorship of the Southern Baptist Church.Ref: 5
1945*The plutonium core and the Gadget components leave Los Alamos for the test site separately.Ref: 91
1948*The Democratic national convention opens in Philadelphia. (XDG, p 4A, 7/12/2002)Ref: 83
1951*Mob tries to keep black family from moving into all-white Cicero Ill.Ref: 5
1954*President Dwight D. Eisenhower proposes a highway modernization program, with costs to be shared by federal and state governments.Ref: 2
1957*Prince Karim left Harvard University in Cambridge, MA to become the leader of 20 million Ismaili Moslems. He became the Aga Khan for the religious sect. Prince Karim was 20 years old at the time of his calling.Ref: 4
1957*The U.S. surgeon general, Leroy E. Burney, reports that there is a direct link between smoking and lung cancer.Ref: 2
1957*President Dwight D. Eisenhower becomes first president to fly in a helicopter.Ref: 10
1960*Congo, Chad & Central African Republic declare independence.Ref: 5
1966*26.70 cm (10.51") of rainfall, Sandusky, Ohio (state record).Ref: 5
1966*Race riot in Chicago.Ref: 5
1966*US Treasury announces it will buy mutilated silver coins at silver bullion price at Philadelphia & Denver mints.Ref: 5
1971*Juan Corona, indicted for 25 murders.Ref: 5
1974*G. Gordon Liddy, John Ehrlichman and two others are convicted of conspiracy and perjury in connection with the Watergate scandal.Ref: 2
1977*President Jimmy Carter defends the Supreme Court decision limiting government payments for poor women's abortions saying, "There are many things in life that are not fair." (XDG, p 4A, 7/12/2002)Ref: 83
1978*David Berkowitz is sentenced to life imprisonment for the Son of Sam murders. (Ref: "Great American Trials", ISBN 0-8103-9134-1, 1994) 
1978 Sun Bank Building opens.Ref: 5
1979*Kiribati (Gilbert & Ellice Is) gains independence from Britain.Ref: 5
1982*The last of the distinctive-looking Checker taxicabs rolled off the assembly line in Kalamazoo, MI. The company had produced those cabs since 1922.Ref: 4
1982*FEMA promises survivors of a nuclear war will get their mail.Ref: 5
1984*Democratic presidential candidate Walter F. Mondale announced he'd chosen US Representative Geraldine A. Ferraro of New York to be his running-mate; Ferraro was the first woman to run for vice president on a major-party ticket.Ref: 5
1985*Doctors discovered what turned out to be a cancerous growth in President Reagan's large intestine, prompting surgery the following day.Ref: 5
1989*NY Yankee pitching great Ron Guidry retires (170-91 .651, 3.29 ERA).Ref: 5
1992*In an emotional fairwell speech, Benjamin Hooks, the outgoing executive director of the NAACP, urged the group's convention in Nashville TN to show the world it remained vital. (XDG, p 4A, 7/12/2002)Ref: 83
1996*Hurricane "Bertha" slapped North Carolina's Cape Fear, then moved on to batter a string of coastal towns.Ref: 6
1996*The House voted overwhelmingly to define marriage in federal law as a legal union of one man and one woman -- no matter what states might say.Ref: 6
1996*Ukrainian constitution signed by President KuchmaRef: 89
1999 Globe Wireless broadcast its last Morse code message to ships, five months after Morse code was no longer an internationally acceptable form of communication for ships at sea. Globe’s was the last service of its kind in North America.Ref: 4
2000*In Philadelphia, a WPVI TV news helicopter videotaped about a dozen police officers kicking and punching Thomas Jones, a black carjacking suspect. (Jones later pleaded guilty to carjacking and other crimes, and was sentenced to 18 to 36 years in prison; however, the circumstances of the beating are still under investigation.)Ref: 6
2000*New Hampshire Chief Justice David Brock was impeached by the Legislature, the first such action against an official in the state since 1790. (He was later acquitted in a state Senate trial.)Ref: 6
1859*Paper bag manufacturing machine patented by William Goodale, Clinton MA.Ref: 5
1948*First jets to fly across the Atlantic (6 RAF de Havilland Vampires).Ref: 5
1960*The first Etch-A-Sketch went on sale. Over 50 million units were sold during the next 25 years. It was the favorite toy of many moms because it was self-contained and so-o-o quiet.Ref: 4
1960* Echo I, first passive satellite launched.Ref: 5
1960*USSR's Sputnik 5 launched with 2 dogs.Ref: 5
1962*Cosmonaught Popovich enters space; first time 2 manned craft in space simultaneouslyRef: 62
1977*First free flight test of space shuttle Enterprise.Ref: 5
1985*STS 51-F launch scrubbed at T -3s because of main engine shutdown.Ref: 5
1988*USSR launches Phobos II for Martian orbit.Ref: 5
1096*Crusaders under Peter the Hermit reach Sofia in Hungary.Ref: 2
1191*The armies of the Third Crusade (1189-92), led by England's King Richard ('TheLionhearted'), captured the Syrian seaport of Acre.Ref: 5
1346*King Edward III lands an invasion force of about 10,000 men on the coast of Normandy. 
1690*Protestant forces led by William of Orange defeated the Roman Catholic army of James II at the Battle of the Boyne in Ireland.Ref: 17
1691*William III defeats the allied Irish and French armies at the Battle of Aughrim, Ireland.Ref: 2
1794*British Admiral Lord Nelson loses his right eye at the siege of Calvi, in Corsica.Ref: 2
1812*United States forces led by General William Hull entered Canada during the War of 1812 against Britain. (However, Hull retreated shortly thereafter to Detroit.)Ref: 5
1917*King Constantine of Greece abdicates in favor of his second son, Alexander.Ref: 38
1940*Units of the 1st Canadian Division land at Brest, France, and head toward Laval and Le Mans. 
1941*A Mutual Assistance agreement between the British and the Soviets is signed.Ref: 36
1941*Moscow is bombed by the German Luftwaffe for the first time.Ref: 2
1942*Institute on Labor in the War sponsored by the University of California Extension, and Pacific Coast Labor School.Ref: 37
1944*The Swedish government promises to cut exports to Germany by 60% for four months, in return for compensation from Allies. 
1901*At Boston's Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds, Cy Young of the Americans seven-hits the A's, 5-3, to win his 300th game. The 34-year old will win an additional 211 games to establish an amazing major league record of 511 career victories.Ref: 1
1914*Babe Ruth makes his baseball debut, pitches for the Red Sox.Ref: 5
1923*Luis Firpo KO's Jess Willard in a non-title heavyweight boxing match.Ref: 97
1927*Babe Ruth hits 30th of 60 HRs.Ref: 5
1928*First televised tennis match.Ref: 5
1931*A major-league baseball record for doubles was set as the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs combined for a total of 23 twin-sackers in St. Louis.Ref: 4
1932*After setting a major league record in the first game with nine doubles, the Cubs and Cardinals combined to hit another twenty-three two-baggers in the second game for an incredible total of thirty-two doubles in their doubleheader.Ref: 1
1936*Jesse Owens wins his place on the Olympic team in three events. 
1943*An Armed Forces All-Star team managed by Babe Ruth and featuring Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams play a fund-raising game against the Braves in Boston. The All Stars win on a Splendid Splinter's' home run, 9-8.Ref: 1
1945*Braves' outfielder Tommy Holmes goes hitless ending his consecutive-game hitting streak at 37 which sets a National League record. The mark will stand until Pete Rose surpasses it in 1978.Ref: 1
1946*Vance Dinges hits the only Phillie pinch hit inside-the-park HR.Ref: 5
1949*The first All-Star game which includes black players is played at Ebbets Field. Roy Campanella, Jackie Robinson and Don Newcombe represent the National League in an 11-7 loss to Larry Dolby and his AL teammates.Ref: 1
1949*Football quarterback Norm Van Brocklin, a student at the University of Oregon, decided against another year of college and signed a professional NFL contract to play with the Los Angeles Rams.Ref: 4
1949*Baseball owners agree to erect warning paths before each fence.Ref: 5
1950*ILTF re-admit Germany & Japan in Davis Cup, Poland & Hungary withdraw.Ref: 5
1951*NY Yankees Allie Reynolds no-hits Cleve Indians, 8-0.Ref: 5
1954*The Major League Baseball Players Association was organized in Cleveland, OH. Its purpose was to represent ball players in policy decisions with baseball club owners.Ref: 4
1955*At Milwaukee's County Stadium, Stan Musial comes to bat in the bottom of 12th inning of a 5-5 All Star deadlock. American League catcher Yogi Berra complains about his feet hurting and Musial tells him "Don't worry, I'll have you home in a minute"......then 'the Man' hits a game-winning home run on the next pitch.Ref: 1
1966*NL beats AL 2-1 (10 innings) in 37th All Star Game (Busch, St Louis).Ref: 5
1967*5th Mayor's Trophy Game, Mets beat Yanks 4-0.Ref: 5
1970*In the second inning of an eventual 7-3 win over the Orioles, the Tigers lay down a record-tying three sacrifice bunts.Ref: 1
1979*This was Disco Demolition Night at Comiskey Park in Chicago, IL. Two Chicago radio DJs came up with the idea of having people bring unwanted disco records to the stadium. The spurned records would be burned between doubleheader games with the White Sox and the Detroit Tigers. Lead by the chant, “Disco Sucks!”, most of the records weren’t burned, but sailed through the stands during the game -- nearly inciting a riot. Some fans started their own fires and mini-riots. There was so much commotion that the ballplayers couldn’t even finish the last game of the doubleheader; the White Sox forfeited.Ref: 4
1984*Steve Carlton of the Philadelphia Phillies earned his 100th strikeout of the season and led the Phils to a 4-3 win over the Cincinnati Reds. Carlton tied a record set by Walter Jonson by getting 100 or more strikeouts in 18 straight seasons. Carlton became baseball’s all-time strikeout leader with 3,813. He played for the St. Louis Cardinals, the Phillies, and briefly, for the Chicago White Sox, San Francisco Giants, Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins before retiring and becoming a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.Ref: 4
1986*Evander Holyfield wins the WBA cruiserweight boxing title when he outpoints Dwight Muhammad Qawi in Atlanta GA.Ref: 97
1987*Phillies Kent Tekulve pitches his 900th game in relief.Ref: 5
1988*Terry Steinbach homers in his first at-bat as an All-Star. The A's catcher becomes the first major league to have homered in his first major league at-bat (9/12/86) and also in the mid-summer classic.Ref: 1
1988*Margo Adams alleges Red Sox Wade Bogg's "Delta Force" revenge plan.Ref: 5
1990*Chicago White Sox Melido Perez no-hits the Yankees 8-0 in a rain shortened 6 inning game at Yankee Stadium (7th no-hitter of 1990)Ref: 5
1993*Texas Ranger Nolan Ryan pitches in his final game at Arlington Stadium on "Nolan Ryan Appreciation Day." The Twins post a 4-2 victory over the Rangers, but following the game, Ryan is honored in an on-field ceremony.Ref: 86
1996*Minnesota Twins' Kirby Puckett announces his retirement due to incurable glaucoma. He will later be named as a Twins vice president.Ref: 86
1997*Pitching for the first time in Fenway not wearing a Red Sox uniform, Roger Clemens strikes out sixteen as the Blue Jays defeat Boston, 3-1. During the game, it appears the 'Rocket' is continually glaring up at Dan Duquette in the general manager's suite.Ref: 1
2000*In a six-player deal, the Reds trade Denny Neagle ( 8-2, 3.52) and outfielder Mike Frank to the Yankees for minor league third baseman Drew Henson, outfielder Jackson Melian and pitchers Brian Reith and Ed Yarnall.Ref: 1
2000*The Phillies trade hurler Andy Ashby, 33, to the Braves for pitcher Bruce Chen and Jimmy Osting.Ref: 1
1817 First flower show held (Dannybrook, County Cork, Ireland).Ref: 5
1874*Fiction: Start of Sherlock Holmes Adventure, "The Gloria Scott" (BG)Ref: 5
1912 The first foreign-made film to premiere in America, Queen Elizabeth, was shown. The French film starred Sarah Bernhardt and Lon Tellegen.Ref: 4
1946 The Adventures of Sam Spade was heard on ABC radio for the first time. Howard Duff starred as the San Francisco detective in the summer replacement series. Sam Spade first appeared in the 1930 Dashiel Hammett novel The Maltese Falcon and in the 1931 original film version of The Maltese Falcon, starring Ricardo Cortez. Humprey Bogart played Sam in the 1941 movie.Ref: 4
1958*Yakety Yak, by The Coasters, became the number one song in the U.S.A., according to Billboard magazine. It was the first stereo record to reach the top of the chart.Ref: 4
1962*Rolling Stones first performance (Marquee Club, London).Ref: 5
1970*Janis Joplin debuts in Kentucky.Ref: 5
1982 E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial broke all box-office records by surpassing the $100-million mark of ticket sales in the first 31 days of its opening.Ref: 4
1994*The Rolling Stones’ Voodoo Lounge album was released. Their Voodoo Lounge Tour started in Toronto, July 19, 1994 and ended in Rotterdam on August 30, 1995 -- and holds the all-time North America tour ticket-sale record of $121.2 million.Ref: 4
1590*Emilio Altieri (later Pope Clement X) is born.Ref: 69
1730*Josiah Wedgewood England, pottery designer/manufacturer, is born.Ref: 5
1817*Naturalist-author Henry David Thoreau is born in Concord, MA.Ref: 68
1849*Sir William Osler Canada, physician/author (circulatory system), is born.Ref: 5
1854*George Eastman, inventor of the Kodak camera, is born in Waterville, New York.Ref: 68
1863*Catherine Ada "Kate" Kelly, sister of Australian bushranger and folk hero Edward "Ned" Kelly is born. Ref 
1868*Stefan George, Germany, lyric poet (Algabal), is born.Ref: 5
1884*Amedeo Modigliani Italy, painter/sculptor (Reclining Nude), is born.Ref: 5
1895*Oscar (Greeley Clendenning) Hammerstein II, lyricist, songwriter w/Richard Rodgers: OK!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, Flower Drum Song, Sound of Music; is born.Ref: 68
1895*Kirsten Flagstad, Norwegian opera singer, is born.Ref: 2
1895*R Buckminster Fuller architect (invented geodesic dome), is born.Ref: 5
1898*Birth of Peter Deyneka, missions pioneer. The Slavic Gospel Association, which he founded in 1934, undertakes evangelistic work in Europe and South America.Ref: 5
1904*Pablo Neruda, Chilean poet and political activist (Residence on Earth), is born.Ref: 2
1904*Pablo Neruda Chile, poet (Residence on Earth-Nobel 1971), is born.Ref: 5
1908*Milton Berle (Berlinger) , Harlem NYC, comedian (Uncle Miltie, Mr Television), is born.Ref: 5
1909*‘Curly’ Joe DeRita (Joseph Wardell) comedian: The Three Stooges: The Outlaw is Coming, Snow White and the Three Stooges, Have Rocket, Will Travel; is born.Ref: 4
1909*Joey Faye NYC, comedian (Joey Faye's Follies), is born.Ref: 5
1915*Yul Brynner (Taidje Khan), Academy & Tony Award-winning actor: The King and I [1956, 1951 resp.]; The Ten Commandments, The Magnificent Seven, Anastasia, The Brothers Karamazov, Futureworld, Westworld; is born in Sakhalin Is Japan.Ref: 68
1916*Ken Curtis, actor (Lost, Freckles, California Gold Rush), is born.Ref: 68
1917*Andrew Wyeth US, painter (Christina's World), is born.Ref: 5
1919*Vera Rhuba Ralston, actress, is born in Prague, Czechoslovakia.Ref: 68
1920*Keith Andes Ocean City NJ, actor (Farmer's Daughter, Away All Boats), is born.Ref: 5
1922*Clark MacGregor politician (involved in Watergate), is born.Ref: 5
1922*Mark O Hatfield (Sen-R-Ore), is born.Ref: 5
1927*Conte (Secondo) Candoli musician: trumpet: bandleader; toured with Stan Kenton et al.; with brother Pete in film: Bell Book and Candle, is born.Ref: 4
1932*Otis Davis track: Olympic Gold medal winner [1960/Rome]: Men’s 4x400 meter relay w/Jack Yerman, Earl Young and Glenn Davis, is born.Ref: 4
1934*Harvey Lavan "Van" Cliburn Jr La, pianist (Tchaikovsky 1958), is born.Ref: 5
1936*Jan Nemec Prague Czech, director (Diamonds of the Night), is born.Ref: 5
1937*Bill Cosby Emmy Award-winning comedian, actor, is born.Ref: 4
1942*Richard Stoltzman Omaha Nebraska, clarinetist (Tashi), is born.Ref: 5
1943*Christie McVie rocker (Fleetwood Mac-Got A Hold on Me), is born.Ref: 5
1943*Ernie Anastos Nashua NH, news anchor (WCBS, WABC), is born.Ref: 5
1943*Paul Silas NBAer (Boston Celtic, Seattle SuperSonic), is born.Ref: 5
1944*Denise Nicholas Detroit Mich, actress (Room 222, Baby I'm Back), is born.Ref: 5
1948*Fitness guru Richard Simmons is born.Ref: 68
1948*Jay Thomas Emmy Award-winning actor: Murphy Brown: Gold Rush [1991]; Mork & Mindy, Married People, Love & War, Cheers, Mr. Holland’s Opus, Straight Talk, Little Vegas, The Gig, is born.Ref: 4
1948*Walter Egan rocker (Not Shy, Fundamental Roll), is born.Ref: 5
1949*Charlie Weaver football: Univ. of Southern California, Detroit Lions, is born.Ref: 4
1949*John Wetton musician: bassist, singer: group: Asia: Heat of the Moment, Only Time Will Tell, is born.Ref: 4
1950*Gilles Meloche hockey: California Golden Seals; 5 NHL teams over 18 seasons, is born.Ref: 4
1950*Eric Carr drummer (Kiss-Beth), is born.Ref: 5
1951*Jamey Sheridan actor: The House on Carroll Street, Shannon’s Deal, is born.Ref: 4
1952*Liz Mitchell singer: group: Boney M: Daddy Cool, Brown Girl in the Ring, Rivers of Babylon, is born.Ref: 4
1956*Mel "Mary Ellen" Harris Bethlehm Pa, actress (Hope-30 Something), is born.Ref: 5
1957*Buddy Foster actor (Hondo, Mayberry RFD), is born.Ref: 5
1964*Judi Evans Cal, actress (Guiding Light, Adrienne-Days of our Life)Ref: 5
1970*Shawnee Cates actress: X-rated films, is born.Ref: 4
1971*Olympic gold medal figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi is born.Ref: 68
1450 Jack Cade slain in a revolt against British King Henry VI.Ref: 5
1536*Desiderius Erasmus (Gerhard Gerhards) scholar, author: Encomium Moriae [In Praise of Folly]; dies at age 69.Ref: 68
1584 William Prince of Orange dies.Ref: 10
1712*Lord Richard Cromwell, English lord protector (1658-9), dies at age 85.Ref: 70
1804*Alexander Hamilton, 49, dies from wounds received in a duel with Aaron Burr.Ref: 87
1849*Dolley Madison (Payne) U.S. First Lady, wife of 4th U.S. President James Madison; dies at age 81.Ref: 4
1885*Maria Weston Chapman, American abolitionist, dies at age 78.Ref: 70
1892*An avalanche in St. Gervais, Switzerland kills 140.Ref: 81
1910*Charles Stewart Rolls, English motorist and aviator; a founder of Rolls-Royce Ltd, dies at age 32.Ref: 68
1925*Lovis Corinth, Russian-born German Impressionist painter, dies at age 66.Ref: 70
1929*Robert Henri, American painter, dies at age 64.Ref: 70
1931*Anna (Pavlovna) Pavlova, Russia’s premier ballerina, dies.Ref: 4
1934*Ole Evinrude, inventor of the first successful outboard motor, dies at age 57.Ref: 70
1935*(Dreyfus) Alfred Dreyfus, French army officer tried for treason in famous trial, dies at age 75.Ref: 68
1947*Jimmie Lunceford, American jazz band leader, dies at age 45.Ref: 70
1967*Blacks in Newark, riot, 26 killed, 1500 injured & over 1000 arrested.Ref: 5
1973*Actor Lon Chaney Jr. (Creighton Tull Chaney), The Wolf Man, House of Frankenstein, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, The Mummy’s Curse; died July 12, 1973Ref: 68
1976*Ted Mack (William Maguiness) TV host: The Original Amateur Hour, The Ted Mack Family Hour; dies at age 72.Ref: 4
1976*James Wong Howe, American Chinese-born cinematographer, dies at age 76.Ref: 10
1977*Ed Holmes actor (Growing Paynes, Once Upon a Tune), dies at 66.Ref: 5
1979*Minnie Ripperton singer (Lovin' You), dies of cancer at 30.Ref: 5
1980*John W Davis Pres (WV State college), dies at 92.Ref: 5
1982*Kenneth More actor, dies of Parkinson disease at 67.Ref: 5
1988*Joshua (Lockwood) Logan (III) producer, director, writer: dies at 79 of palsy.Ref: 4
1989*Sidney Hook, American social philosopher, dies at age 86.Ref: 70
1991*A Japanese professor who had translated Salman Rushdie's "The Satanic Verses" was found stabbed to death, nine days after the novel's Italian translator was attacked in Milan.Ref: 6
1993*196 people were killed when a 7.8 earthquake struck northern Japan. (TWA, 1997)Ref: 95
1996*John (William) Chancellor radio/TV newscaster, dies at age 68.Ref: 4
1996*John (William) Chancellor radio/TV newscaster: NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor; commentaries: The Huntley-Brinkley Report, Chicago Sun Times, WMAQ radio, Today; director: Voice of America; dies.Ref: 4
2003*Benny Carter jazz musician: Honeysuckle Rose, Crazy Rhythm; arranger: I’m Putting All My Eggs in One Basket, One, Two, Button Your Shoe; composer: Jazz Cocktail, When Lights are Low; LPs: Benny Carter’s All Stars, American Jazz Orchestra, Central Cities Sketches, Somebody Loves Me; dies.Ref: 4

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