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Windsor, California - Wikipedia

Windsor has implemented neighborhood traffic management and calming program. The Town of Windsor is a very bicycle friendly community and won an award in from The League of American Bicyclists. The initial operating segment between San Rafael and Charles M.

Schulz—Sonoma County Airport opened in , three miles short of Windsor. It is the biggest air show in the North Bay, and attracts over 25, visitors annually.

The Sonoma County Library system consists of several branches throughout the County. In , when the Town of Windsor offices moved to a nearby building, the existing Town Hall building was renovated to house the Windsor Regional Library.

The new full service branch library at the edge of the Town Green was dedicated on November 3, In , the Town of Windsor voted to contract with the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office for the provision of law enforcement services.

The Sheriff's Office received its first contract in In the Town voted to extend the Sheriff's Office law enforcement services contract for 10 more years. SafeWise has been formally conducting these reports for the past three years and the Town of Windsor has been included every year. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Donner Party wagon train trapped in Sierra snow amid charges of cannibalism. A group of U. Geysers Canyon, with boiling minerals and steam power, is discovered by trapper W. Levi Slusser arrives in Russian River township, builds spacious home. Hunters set up winter camp on Petaluma Creek, provide game for urban areas; trading post, towndevelop. Stagecoaches expand operations, run routes to Gualala and Cloverdale.

As California is admitted as 31st state, settlers move into Sonoma County--"land wars" intensify between landowners and squatters. Potatoes are dominant crop. Water access to San Francisco, potato warehouses and grain mills give Petaluma reputation as the county's "market town.

Civil War hero Gen. Split over slavery causes construction of two Methodist churches in Healdsburg, "North" and "South. Settlers set up commercial center east of Healdsburg-Santa Rosa road. Pomo Indians rounded up, forcibly removed to reservations in Mendocino and Round Valley. Josefa Carrillo de Fitch brings her family to Healdsburg to live; sells land at auction in Sonoma selected as county seat until Sonoma Bulletin in Sonoma is believed to be county's first newspaper some sources date its opening as Henry Bell, carpenter, farmer, merchant, dairyman and undertaker, arrives in Windsor.

Prewett or Shiloh School is built with John Prewett teaching in log structure. Cloverdale trading post expands in town and rail terminus; Geysers Resort Hotel constructed. Potatoes are leading agricultural product but overproduction causes price fluctuations. Petaluma Journal, owned by Thomas L. Sebastopol, originally called Pine Grove, founded by J.

First "county fair," a one-day event, is held in front of the courthouse in Santa Rosa. Rawena Granice Steele, state's first woman novelist and frequent visitor to Sonoma, begins literarycareer.

Hungarian nobleman Count Agoston Haraszthy brings cuttings of European varietal grape vines toSonoma, creating wine industry. Sonoma Democrat prints first issue in Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa boasts horse racing track; covered grandstand added in William Thomas Ross grows fruit and hops on one of the first farms near Forestville.

First volunteer fire department forms in Santa Rosa, fails; new hook and ladder brigade forms in Washoe House opens north of Petaluma as a stage stop offering food and lodging. Serious conflict avoided as Sonoma supporters of squatters face off against Bodega group led by landowner Tyler Curtis in so-called "Bodega War. Cornerstone laid for two-story brick schoolhouse at 5th and B Sts.

Large landholders Hollis Hitchcock and Tom Hopper become major county financiers. Petaluma's Emmett Rifles militia supposedly marches on Santa Rosa but stops halfway at the WashoeHouse for "refreshments," then goes back to Petaluma. Petaluma Temperance leader Lorenzo Waugh travels to tell of evils of alcoholic beverages.

Thomas Heald, George Guerne harvest redwoods, begin lumber operations at Guerneville. Quicksilver mining is sporadically successful in Russian River and Pine Flat areas through much of the19th century. Excluding Sonoma Mission, St. Robert Cunningham acquires large land holdings in west Windsor, builds historic house. Driver Clark Foss leads first double team horse and buggy over perilous road to the Geysers in northeastcounty.

Effort to dispossess squatter Cornelius Rice in Healdsburg leaves one dead; sheriff Campbell killed inseparate struggle. McNears build riverside warehouse in Petaluma, biggest in state; family also has major interest inbanking.

Biggest lower Russian River mill started in Guerneville by J. Mark Twain lectures in Petaluma; Mr. McCaughey Brothers open general store in Bodega; doors close years later in Squatters build shanties on Courthouse Square land in Santa Rosa 2nd effort follows in Stagecoach robberies occur regularly for 20 years, including four or more in Sonoma County bylegendary poet-robber Black Bart. Grain crop production hits peak; supply of tan oak trees triggers growth of leather glove industry.

Silas Ingrams open resort for hunters in Cazadero area. Continental Hotel, originally built in Chile, reassembled in downtown Petaluma; destroyed by fire in Sonoma 6th most populous county in California, larger than Los Angeles. Petaluma boasts 7 hotels, 2 banks, 2 breweries, 27 saloons, 10 doctors, 18 school teachers, 8 lawyersand 7 clergymen. First Baptist Church is built from one tree, a redwood donated by a Guerneville lumberman. Bodega's Potter School opens, operates until , serving as setting for Alfred Hitchcock movie thrillerThe Birds, released in Settlement of Mercuryville founded as miners seek finds in area northwest of Healdsburg.

Innovative horticulturalist Luther Burbank arrives, sets up experimental gardens in Santa Rosa. Conflict of neighbors near Windsor leads to shotgun killing of James Rowland by Charles Henley May 9; men participate in lynching of Henley June County boasts between 43 and 60 churches, more than any other county except San Francisco.

Forestville boasts first manufacturing plant in county, the chair factory of Isaac Sullivan. Lyman Byce and Isaac Dias invent artificial egg incubator, lay groundwork for poultry industry in southernSonoma County. Major flooding occurs on Lower Russian River, cresting at record 41 feet, 11 inches.

With influx of Italian workers, stones from Annadel and other quarries are used in street paving andconstruction projects, including St. Santa Rosa becomes major shipping center, moving livestock, fruit, hops and paving rocks from local quarries. Madame Preston dispenses physical and spiritual remedies, maintains colony near Cloverdale until herdeath in Newspaper reports claim Petaluma has one bar for every 15 voters; WCTU, other groups criticize easy access to "tangle-leg" and "red-eye.

Giuseppe and Pietro Simi of Healdsburg produce large quantities of wine for the San Francisco market. Santa Rosa fields football team at Pacific Methodist College early in the decade. Harrison Mecham believed to have planted more than 90, eucalyptus trees on his property nearPetaluma.

Fear of Chinese immigrants grow, although numbers are small in Santa Rosa in General Sherman and ex-President Rutherford B. Hallberg family arrives in county, plays role in apple processing for many years, including canning ofapplesauce in s.

Korbel begins winemaking in west county, with output of 20, to 30, gallons a year. Steamer Gold carries freight, passengers between San Francisco and Petaluma until it burns in Anteeo, a trotting stallion owned by breeder Isaac DeTurk, wins race, becomes valuable stud. Anti-Chinese League seeks removal of Chinese from Santa Rosa; "white laundries" set up, opium densraided. Shooting deaths of Jesse Wickersham and wife at home west of Healdsburg blamed on missing Chinesecook, inflaming anti-Oriental sentiment.

Frances McCaughey Martin becomes first female school superintendent in county; Minnie Coulter issecond in Healdsburg public high school opens, graduates eight girls and one boy in John Hallberg and his son Oscar use innovative techniques to build an apple-growing empire in westSonoma County.

Truitt's Theater in Healdsburg offers dances, dramas, musical concerts and lectures. Pioneer Julio Carrillo dies; once a man of great wealth and large land holdings, but gambling and excessgenerosity left him poor at death; his funeral procession was "largest ever seen in Santa Rosa.

Despite lawsuits and suggestions of corruption, Santa Rosa sets up city water system to compete withMark McDonald's water company. Page family lays out town of Cotati with plaza and lots for homes and small farms north of Petaluma. Chris Nisson of Petaluma's Pioneer Hatchery builds brooder house; hatchery one of largest in world. Clement Bruner runs art store, acts as agent for famed Ukiah painter Grace Hudson.

When Donahue dies, new owners extend rail branch to west county lumber areas. Rainfall totals in Sonoma Valley hit 54 to 70 inches; winds destroy new Los Guilicos hotel. Gustav Adolph Weske, wealthy San Franciscan, builds octagonal round barn north of Santa Rosa, lays outtrack to watch horses train. Carlson-Currier establishes only silk mill in western U. Thomas Barlow Ranch near Sebastopol leads in planting of numerous berries, including blackberries. Borba family settles in Sebastopol; children of Manuel and Jennie become prominent in localbusinesses.

Female community leaders form Saturday Afternoon Women's Club in Santa Rosa; by , it has members and a paid mortgage. Santa Rosa's first high school building completed on Humboldt St. Santa Rosa newspaper editor E. Samuele Sebastiani arrives in Sonoma; over the years, builds valley's leading winery and numerousstructures in community. Ermenegildo and Dionisio Gonnella of Occidental turn redwood Christmas wreaths into major seasonalbusiness. Winemaker Hans Frederick Albertz generates first electric streetllghts in Cloverdale.

Numerous prospectors from county seek fortunes in Klondike Gold Rush; author Jack London gathersmaterial for books and stories. Pressure on Chinese eases; Tom Wing becomes unofficial "mayor" and community spokesman until hisdeath in ; family also operates popular restaurant; daughter Song Wong Bourbeau plays active rolein community.

Trains dominate county travel; Petaluma and Santa Rosa Electric Railway, the "juice line," ships local farmgoods. Era of hot springs and resorts Boyes, Fetters, Aqua Caliente begins in Sonoma Valley, with heavy use ofrailroad promotions.

Boaters, anglers, other vacationers trek to Russian River retreats in Healdsburg area, including FitchMountain.

Gravel mining develops in Russian River with John P. Budget-minded campers set up tent campgrounds each summer for Russian River vacations. Petaluman Brainerd Jones becomes a leading county architect for more than 40 years, blending styles oflate 19th and early 20th century. All-male San Francisco Bohemian Club acquires property on south side of Russian River to hold two-week summer camps for members. Hop picking builds at sites such as Wolher Ranch northwest of Santa Rosa, continues into s.

School enrollment 9,, including 7, in public facilities. Pastor John Cassin oversees building of historic St. Wohler Ranch and other hop kilns process crops grown at 10 or more hop ranches. January report in Petaluma Argus newspaper indicates Sonoma County man develops airship 3 yearsbefore Wright Brothers' famed flight.

Dance hall built at Mirabel Park; arena hosts Benny Goodman, other big bands in ss. Monte Rio Hotel, ultimately 7 stories, is built; boasts first elevator in county; torn down in Basket weaver Essie Parrish born, becomes spiritual leader of Pomo Indians, preserving language andculture. Middleweight boxer Jimmy Britt has impressive boxing career, later becomes host at cocktail lounge inGuerneville. Sebastopol incorporates to solve sewer problems, contaminates Laguna area in the process.

Trotter Lou Dillon sets records in , brings worldwide attention to horsebreeding activities in SantaRosa. Salvation Army opens orphanage at Lytton Springs; by , it houses young people with a staff of Santa Rosa dedicates Carnegie Library; stone structure collapses in quake; Petaluma's CarnegieLibrary opens, survives quake, later becomes Petaluma Museum. Ralph Rose of Healdsburg wins 3 Olympic medals in St.

Rural Free Delivery established in Windsor, covering six square miles. Docia Murphy runs Murphy's Resort through much of the 20th century; renamed Fife's, it becomes amajor gay resort in 2nd half of century. The "big mill" in Guerneville, later the site of a Safeway grocery store, closes. Giant San Francisco quake causes heavy damage in Sonoma County, especially in Santa Rosa areawhere more than die; three miners die in Rujssian River area; courthouse, Press Democrat Building,Antheneum and many other buildings destroyed; only 2 chimneys remain in Occidental area; Sebastopol buildingssuffer severe damage but there are no major injuries.

Northwestern Pacific Railroad created as partnership between Southern Pacific and Santa Fe, excels inhandling freight traffic; SP becomes sole owner in Sonoma passes anti-liquor ordinance despite protests from liquor-related businesses. Norm Maroni born, becomes Mr. Elva Beeson stars as Healdsburg's girl's basketball team wins Academic Athletic League title; five teams,mostly from Sonoma County, form basketball league. Analy Union High School opens in Sebastopol; Building completed in ; new school built on same site in Farmers and Mechanics Bank opens in Healdsburg, first bank in county to use a time lock on its safe.

Helen Hotchkiss Wightman wins 4 national women's singles tennis titles, numerous other honors; polevaulter Fred Young leads Healdsburg track team, wins championship at UC, Berkeley. Northwestern Pacific's standard gauge railroad reaches Monte Rio, bringing upsurge in tourist traffic; up to15, crowd area in summer.

Group of Jewish migrants, refugees from eastern Europe and urban labor struggles in the eastern U. Herbert Slater becomes State Assemblyman, moves up to State Senate in , serves until his death in; Slater writes for the Santa Rosa newspaper while in the legislature and is known as "the blind senator"because of eyesight problems; his legislative interests include fish and game and education.

Joseph Grace, Frank Doyle and E. Brewery in s, revives county fair in s, expands company holdings in various agricultural products andreal estate and brings in ice hockey team before World War II. Seasonal bridges and dams spur tourism on lower Russian River each summer. Fred Wiseman makes first air mail flight, a two-day jaunt from Petaluma to Santa Rosa. Winemaker Agostino Pinelli uses 1, gallon tank of wine to douse major downtown Sonoma fire inSeptember. Pilot Weldon Cooke makes successful flight over Santa Rosa, soars to 2, feet.

Jennie Colvin becomes first woman to register to vote in county; women vote in Santa Rosa city election inApril; Atty. Explosion from automobile fire on Main St. Petaluma firehorse Black Bart, put out of business by mechanization, retires to Penngrove ranch.

Santa Rosa General Hospital opens, becomes main "for pay" facility until Memorial opens in During World War I, government buys large quantities of prunes for dried fruit, big boon to industry. Spanish flu epidimic hits, leaves dead by early ; children ill at Lytton home north ofHealdsburg Oct. James Armstrong's heirs sell family property to county; in , state creates Armstrong Woods StatePark.

Quicksilver from Culver-Baer Mining Co. Petaluma seeks to secede and set up own county; effort foiled by state legislature in Bootleggers, rumrunners become part of the scene as Prohibition era arrives across U. During Prohibition hot claret wine gargle becomes popular "cure" for sore throats.

John Grant forms company to generate electric power at the Big Geysers in northeast part of county. Technical problems complicate the process; giant McCrays Resort hosts tourists.

Rosenberg family constructs tallest building between San Francisco and Portland at the corner of 4th St. Aerial shows become popular. Sebastopol opens Cnopius Field airport; facility becomes home to numerous barnstormer pilots. Paving block industry diminishes as auto owners demand more comfortable surfaces. Grace Brothers Frank and Joe close brewery during Prohibition, turn to other operations such as butterand ice cream. Partly because of legal loopholes, demand for wine grapes remains strong until Healdsburg Prunepackers form strong semi-pro baseball team, disband late in the decade, reappear ins.

Radio listeners get San Francisco programs, including one featuring a singing Boston Terrier from aPetaluma kennel. Mario Moch Lucchesi stars as player, coach, motivator for Petaluma semi-pro baseball. Expanding farm exports to Europe, Sonoma County ranks 8th in nation in farm production.

Grape acreage climbs from 21, to 42, between and , with wineries; Prohibitionundermines the boom. Santa Rosa High School's agricultural education program gains national recognition. Promoter Jack Prince opens Cotati Speedway auto race track to crowd of 20,; Speedway closes in Radio emerges as Press Democrat editor Ernest L. Egg Day wedding, brainchild of Petaluma promoter H. Max and son Fred combine to construct Rosenberg Building at northeast corner of 4th and MendocinoAves.

First woman appointed to Santa Rosa police force; budget problems limit her stay to less than a year. Petaluma successfully lobbies the federal government for tariffs to keep cheaper Chinese eggs fromundermining prices.

The Bauer and Baugh Co. Windy winter storm puts ship Klamath on the rocks in Sea Ranch area, jeopardizing more than 50 people. Newspapers report October "race riot" between Japanese and Caucasian cannery workers in Graton. Ku Klux Klan activity picks up with meetings at Lake Ralphine in Santa Rosa and on Petaluma Hill Rd;white robes and burning crosses included; activity diminishes by Kawaoka family of Penngrove challenges California Alien Land Law, designed to discourageOrientals from passing land to children.

Judge Ross Campbell rules apartment house owners can refuse to rent to blacks, a first-of-its-kind rulingin California. California Theater, with its mighty Wurlitzer organ, opens on B St. Strike by carpenters working on Santa Rosa Schools lasts three months, includes attack on non-unionworkers with steel pipes. Charles Dunbar elected to Santa Rosa City Council, becomes mayor and political power, including 7years as city manager.

Fishermen hook 40 cases of liquor dumped by rum-runners in Tomales Bay in July. Sonoma County has grammar schools, 7 high schools and 8, enrollees: Sebastopol insurance man, Republican Herbert Scudder, holds state assembly seat until Sonoma's Joe Ryan, "terror of bootleggers," becomes sheriff but dies of heart attack in Luther Burbank's comments on "life in the hereafter" draw international criticism; he dies Apr.

In perhaps the closest major race ever, Douglas Bills beats Petaluma Police Chief Mike Flohr by less than20 votes in election for sheriff. Petaluma population at 7,; 2, chicken farms operate in or near the Egg city.

Al Hermann, noted for ability to do variety of chicken calls, builds Penngrove School. Cries of outrage come from farmers as U. Auto dealers hold mile Sonoma County run in a White Ford. Six women including poet Eugenia T. John Greeott buys large ranch on Chalk Hill Rd. Gravenstein apple boom sees 1, carloads of fruit go to eastern and southern markets.

Star running back Ernie Nevers helps semi-pro Santa Rosa Bonecrushers football team win three straightstate titles Santa Rosa Municipal Airport is dedicated north of city May Noted winemaker Julio Gallo begins buying grapes in county; company eventually becomes 2nd largestvineyard owner in county, behind Kendall-Jackson.

Press Democrat publisher E. Tin Lizzie Derby at Sonoma County Fairgrounds in late s ends up with 22 of 50 cars in a huge pileup. Marguerite Hahn moves to Cotati, becomes town librarian and newspaper correspondent. As Depression deepens, growth is reported in number of "hoboes," soup kitchen activity and assistanceefforts for the poor. Industrialist Leonard Howarth leaves funds for parks, including Howarth Park and Lake Ralphine, heavilyused since the s.

Incidents pit Caucasians against Filipino workers in west county apple orchards. With help from market owners and butchers, Santa Rosa's "Dad" Burchell sets up soup kitchen on emptylot in depths of the Depression.

Mirabel Park draws San Francisco vacationers for dancing, fun at the beach and skating; includes parkinglot for 2, cars. Sonoma County population 62, Annual total of hops grown rises to 3 million pounds; main hop years Eleven Santa Rosa doctors and a druggist are arrested on charges of writing fraudulent prescriptions for"hot claret wine gargle.

Wesley Jamison leads agricultural education program at Santa Rosa High School until , producingleaders of agricultural programs throughout the U. Public agencies in county cut budgets and pay; hobo jungles appear on the Petaluma River andelsewhere; conflicts between banks and farmers in debt raise tensions.

Traverso and Arrigoni Market opens. Communist Party seek inclusion on ballot, present disputed signatures on petition. Forestville minister James Case is threatened with foreclosure on his apple orchard. As Prohibition ends in December.

When his father dies shortly before the game Oct. As tensions between business, farmers and laborers intensifies, Harry Patteson becomes sheriff. Government sets up programs to provide projects, jobs; state labor camp opens at Armstrong Grove.

Sonoma County club formed to support Townsend old-age pension plan; Petaluma event draws 3, in Gentleman rancher John Rosseter raises greyhounds and horses, holds grand party to honor sire stallionDisguise. Petaluma Spartans organize first full-fledged marathon run west of the Mississippi; event continues intos. Amelia Mihan operates Hillside Hospital, first facility of its type in Sebastopol, until Vigilantes, including well-known county personages, tar and feather protestors Jack Green and SolNitzberg as tensions rise throughout the summer.

Guerneville realtor and justice of the peace E. Santa Rosa Fair Assn. Glen Guymon becomes Santa Rosa High School drama teacher, builds on Hollywood connections andwidespread community support to develop acclaimed program.

John Frankfurter's Pioneer Motel south of Cotati serves as swim center for more than 30 years. Santa Rosan Florian Dauenhauer invents hop-picking machine, minimizing the need for hop pickers. County sets up major tubercular hospital near Community Hospital in Santa Rosa. Melvin Dutch Flohr becomes a legend as Santa Rosa police chief, retiring in In spite of Depression, almost 30 million dozen eggs are shipped from Petaluma area; peak comes in at 51 million dozen.

Less than 10, acres of vineyards planted compared to 42, before World War I. Navy man Bill Montgomery dies Dec. As war starts, 2 airfields and military camps open in Sonoma County; Army airfield is north of Santa Rosa,navy facilities west of town and in Cotati.

Blackouts begin in December, including one that lasts 3 hours five days after the start of World War II. School delayed, Bay Area youth brought in to do agriculture picking during war year.

Students at Santa Rosa High School rally in behalf of young teacher fired for being married to aserviceman. California Youth Authority acquires property, builds Los Guilicos, a school for delinquent girls thatoperates for almost 30 years.

Petaluma fire trucks are called out to break up post-football game riot after Santa Rosa-Petaluma footballgame in the fall. Buyers of war bonds in Santa Rosa and Petaluma earmark funds to buy military aircraft. The strikers--largely Russian Jewish, Eastern European and southern Italian immigrants, although 54 languages were spoken in the mills--learned the art of mass protest.

Forming a human chain, they took over the main streets of Lawrence on Jan. After failed attempts to disperse strikers by dousing them with water in the freezing January cold, officers fired into the crowd. A young Italian woman, Anna LoPizzo, was killed. News reports from the time focused on predictions about the "ascendancy of white-skinned races" in Lawrence. They promised that illiterate immigrants couldn't possibly organize themselves on their own.

The strikers, running out of food and money, decided to adopt a European tactic, of sending their children to stay with families outside the city.

Four hundred letters were received from New York City who wanted the children, and on February 10, over aged 4 to 14 were sent. They were greeted at Grand Central Station by 5, Italian socialists singing the "Marseillaise" and the "Internationale".

The following week another came to NY and 35 to Barre, Vt. It was becoming clear: The city officials in Lawrence, citing a statute on child neglect, said no more children would be permitted to leave. Despite the city edict, a group of 40 children assembled on February 24 to go to Philadelphia. The railroad station was filled with police and the scene that followed was described to Congressmen by a member of the Women's Committee of Philadelphia: During one of the many parades conducted by the strikers, some young girls carried a banner with the slogan: The amendment prohibited the manufacture, sale and transportation of alcoholic beverages.

The Coast Guard had been tasked with the prevention of the maritime importation of illegal alcohol. This led to the largest increase in the size and responsibilities of the service to date. Winds at North Head, WA gusted as high as mph. The director's decision to have the actors deliver Chayefsky's dialogue in breathless, rapid-fire manner so infuriated the author that he had his name withdrawn from the credits.

The first guide dog training schools were established in Germany during World War I to enhance the mobility of returning veterans who were blinded in combat. Earlier that same year, U.

Thomas Schall of Minnesota was paired with a guide dog imported from Germany but the guide dog movement did not take hold in America until Nashville resident Morris frank returned from Switzerland after being trained with one of Eustis's dogs, a female German shepherd named Buddy.

Frank and Buddy embarked on a publicity tour to convince Americans of the abilities of guide dogs and the need to allow people with guide dogs access to public transportation, hotels, and other areas open to the public. He won 35 races in starts from to when he was fatally injured in a fiery crash at the World in Charlotte. His trademark, strumming a ukulele and delivering down-home talk, endeared him to fans.

His name was Arthur Godfrey. He became more famous on TV in the 's, often broadcasting from Hawaii. She became a lieutenant colonel in and a full colonel in Medal of Honor Rank and organization: Holzheim, Belgium, 29 January He distinguished himself by gallant, intrepid actions against the enemy. After advancing 15 miles in a driving snowstorm, the American force prepared to attack through waist-deep drifts.

The company executive officer became a casualty, and 1st Sgt. Funk immediately assumed his duties, forming headquarters soldiers into a combat unit for an assault in the face of direct artillery shelling and harassing fire from the right flank. Under his skillful and courageous leadership, this miscellaneous group and the 3d Platoon attacked 15 houses, cleared them, and took 30 prisoners without suffering a casualty.

The fierce drive of Company C quickly overran Holzheim, netting some 80 prisoners, who were placed under a 4-man guard, all that could be spared, while the rest of the under strength unit went about mopping up isolated points of resistance. An enemy patrol, by means of a ruse, succeeded in capturing the guards and freeing the prisoners, and had begun preparations to attack Company C from the rear when 1st Sgt.

Funk walked around the building and into their midst. He was ordered to surrender by a German officer who pushed a machine pistol into his stomach. Although overwhelmingly outnumbered and facing almost certain death, 1st Sgt. Funk, pretending to comply with the order, began slowly to unsling his submachine gun from his shoulder and then, with lightning motion, brought the muzzle into line and riddled the German officer.

He turned upon the other Germans, firing and shouting to the other Americans to seize the enemy's weapons. In the ensuing fight 21 Germans were killed, many wounded, and the remainder captured. Funk's bold action and heroic disregard for his own safety were directly responsible for the recapture of a vastly superior enemy force, which, if allowed to remain free, could have taken the widespread units of Company C by surprise and endangered the entire attack plan.

Dubbed the "Queen of All Media", she has been ranked the richest African-American of the 20th century, the greatest black philanthropist in American history, and is currently North America's only black billionaire. In , she was awarded the Presidential Medal of freedom by President Obama and honorary doctorate degrees from Duke and Harvard. In , he left the structure to his alma mater, Rice University. The couple became politically active, lobbying for liberal causes and supporting Democratic candidates.

The salad dressing is my favorite. Both Newman and Woodward have won Academy Awards: Newman died in The A side will make it to Number One in mid-March. Glen Campbell later joined the Champs but it was after the record was made. Campanella lived in Glen Cove while operating a liquor store in Harlem. After closing the store for the night, he began his drive to his home. En route, his car hit a patch of ice at an S-curve, skidded into a telephone pole, and overturned.

Campanella was paralyzed for the remainder of his life. Reviews and reactions were mixed, as Disney had deviated from the style of animation the public had grown accustomed to. He won gold medals at the and Olympic Games on both the springboard and platform.

He is the only male and the second diver in Olympic history to sweep the diving events in consecutive Olympic Games. The 17 charter inductees: The movie's popularity was evidence of changing attitudes toward atomic weapons and the concept of nuclear deterrence. The movie focused on the actions of a rogue U. Without authorization, he issues orders to U.

When it becomes evident that some of the bombers may actually drop their atomic payloads, American President Merkin Muffley frantically calls his Soviet counterpart.

The Russian leader informs Muffley that an atomic attack on the Soviet Union will automatically unleash the terrible "doomsday machine," which will snuff out all life on the planet. Muffley's chief foreign policy advisor, Dr. Strangelove, reassures the president and chief officials that all is not lost: Close scrutiny of the Dr. Strangelove character indicated that he was probably a composite of three people: Henry Kissinger, a political scientist who had written about nuclear deterrence strategy; Edward Teller, a key scientist in the development of the hydrogen bomb; and Wernher von Braun, the German scientist who was a leading figure in missile technology.

Who can forget the character riding on the bomb falling out of the bomb bay to Russia? The film is near its conclusion with the unforgettable scene of the "Leper Colony" bomber plane approaching closer and closer to its target.

Lothar Zogg James Earl Jones make final bomb run technical checks: Then Kong finds that one of the bomb bay doors won't open - "the Teleflex drive cable must be sheared away. I'm goin' down below and see what I can do. There are two huge nuclear warhead bombs in the foreground, each labeled with sexual salutations: Kong sees a sparking tangle of wires, and climbs astride the "Hi There! Sweating profusely, he busily works to fuse two wires together to rewire the door circuitry. Where in hell is Major Kong?

The film has given us a memorable cultural image. When the bomb doors open, he first grabs onto his Stetson to avoid losing it in the sudden draft of air.

This first American release by the Beatles is one of the biggest selling British singles of all time with worldwide sales of 15 million copies. In , Hollywood produced a big-budget version starring Shirley MacLaine. It was later made into a film starring Raquel Welch and Mae West. The war was becoming very expensive, both in terms of lives and national treasury.

Johnson had been given a glowing report on progress in the war from Gen. William Westmoreland, senior U. Westmoreland stated in a speech before the National Press Club that, "We have reached an important point when the end begins to come into view. I am absolutely certain that, whereas in the enemy was winning, today he is certainly losing.

The enemy's hopes are bankrupt. This action, the Tet Offensive, proved to be a critical turning point for the United States in Vietnam. In the end, the offensive resulted in a crushing military defeat for the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese, but the size and scope of the communist attacks caught the American and South Vietnamese allies by surprise.

Johnson, frustrated with his inability to reach a solution in Vietnam, announced on March 31, , that he would neither seek nor accept the nomination of his party for re-election.

He died shortly after he retired, a broken man. His conviction was upheld on appeal. Klein once controlled the finances of both the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. The Beatles, apparently over Paul McCartney's objections, hired Klein in to try to rescue their ailing Apple Corps Limited, which was losing thousands of pounds a week.

She was hired by Frontier Airlines as the second officer co-pilot on a Boeing Buddy Ebsen, playing the detective, started in movies back in the s, and was chosen to play a part in "The Wizard of Oz," but bowed out.

He also shot the first film used in Walt Disney's the animation tests for a character named Mortimer Mouse, who would be known as Mickey Mouse. This latest fighting was part of the ongoing battles that followed the brief lull of the cease-fire.

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