THIS DAY IN HISTORY
1866 – Jesse James holds up his first bank (His criminal career ended 16 years later when a member of the gang killed James for the reward money and amnesty.)
1867 – Strauss debuts “The Blue Danube” waltz (sorry for the ear worm)
1949 – ‘War of the Worlds’ is broadcast on a radio station in Ecuador, sparking panic and causing a mob to burn the station
1960 – France explodes an atomic bomb, becoming the 4th nation to join the “nuclear club”
News and The Politics out of D.C.
‘KING’ IS KING…A WIRE FOX TERRIER WINS THE WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB TITLE (The Havanese was robbed.)