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    Gangsters Ed Diamond, Jack Diamond, Fatty Walsh and Charles "Lucky" Luciano shown left to right, in New York, on Oct. 20, 1930. The Associated Press

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    A crowd estimated at 100,000 gather in Monument Circle, Indianapolis, Ind., to hear Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York, the Democratic candidate for the presidency, speak on Oct. 20, 1932. A parade, two miles long, with floats and banners, preceded the speech. The Associated Press

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    From squalid surroundings, many of New York's blacks have moved to the comparative luxury of the Harlem River houses, PWA project on the Harlem River. The Associated Press

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    General Douglas MacArthur, front center, wades ashore with his Army as they arrive at Leyte Island in the Philippines on Oct. 20, 1944 during World War II. The Associated Press

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    Louis B. Mayer, head of Metro-Goldywn-Mayer studio, testifies, Oct. 20, 1947 in Washington, before the house Un-American activities committee which is investigating communist activities in Hollywood. The Associated Press

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    Paratrooper embraced by native after he hit ground in Sunchon, North Korea on Oct. 20, 1950. The Associated Press

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    Major Ernesto "Che" Guevara is shown at his desk with cigar in hand in Havana, Cuba, Oct. 20, 1960. The Associated Press

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    Network employes pose on podiums, at an American Broadcast company studio in New York on Oct. 20, 1960, where Vice President Richard Nixon and Sen. John Kennedy will stage fourth of their televised debates night of October 21. Nixon will be at podium at left, Kennedy at right. They will face a panel of four radio television newsmen and a moderator, all of whom will be seated in front of fence in foreground. The Associated Press

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    Willie Mays opens mouth wide as a Geisha girl uses chopsticks to feed him some Japanese food during reception given to the San Francisco Giants at Tokyoís Chinzanso Mansion, Oct. 20, 1960, Tokyo, Japan. Willie, star center fielder for the Giants and teammates are touring Japan where they are scheduled to stage 14-exhibition baseball games. At right is Giantsí Jim Marshall. The women are unidentified. The Associated Press

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    Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace gestures during a speech at the National Guard Armory in Glen Burnie, Maryland, Oct. 20, 1964. A crowd of 2000 attended the rally, organized by supporters of the Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater. The Associated Press

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    Pianist Liberace, left, 22-year-old dancer Joanne Rio, and actor Danny Thomas, center, have a laugh at the Moulin Rouge cafe in Hollywood, Oct. 20, 1954. The Associated Press

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    Aristotle Onassis stands with his new wife Jacqueline Kennedy after their marriage in the tiny chapel on the Island of Scorpios in Greece on Oct. 20, 1968. Jackie and Aristotle are seen aboard the yacht "Christina." The Associated Press

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    Bobby Riggs tries a new kind of tennis game - table tennis - with Billie Jean King during taping of a segment of TV’s “The Odd Couple” in Hollywood on Friday, Oct. 20, 1973. Mrs. King defeated Riggs in three straight sets in their match at Houston’s Astrodome. The outcome of the new game was not immediately known. The Associated Press

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    This is a view of the wreckage of a twin engine Convair 240 plane that crashed into a wooded area near McComb, Miss., Oct. 20, 1977. The small plane had 26 people on board including three members of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Band. The Associated Press

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    Los Angeles Lakers rookie sensation Earvin "Magic" Johnson, left, laughs as he talks with teammates Oliver Mack on bench during game against Portland Trailblazers in Los Angeles, Friday night, Oct. 20, 1979. Johnson suffered a slight sprain of his right knee in Seattle on last Wednesday and will be sidelined for a week to 10 days. Lakers officials were at first concerned that his injury might have been much more severe. The Associated Press

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    Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, right, and Fred Claire, Dodger Vice President hoist the World Series trophy following their team's decicisve 5-2 win over the Oakland A's Oct. 20,1988. The Associated Press

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