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Our Day in History - June 7

Yep, we have a lot of common that day. This day cumulated our years of
schooling before we parted ways to join the fabric of American life. But did
you know that a lot of history was made on this day alone? For starters, NCSD's
football star of 1963, 1964, and 1965, Billy Jernigan and his wife, had a baby girl
Sue Ann, born the day we were receiving our diplomas.

I have collected, on this page, interesting events of history that has occurred
before and after our Graduation Day. I was really surprised at what I found and
I know you will too.

On this day...June the Seventh:
1498 Christopher Columbus leaves on his third voyage of exploration.
1712 The Pennsylvania Assembly bans the importation of slaves.
1769 Daniel Boone begins exploring the Bluegrass State of Kentucky
1775 United Colonies changes name to United States
1783 Laki Volcano in southern Iceland begins 8-month eruption
1786 Commercially made ice cream 1st advertised (Mr Hall, NYC)
1824 Washing machine patented by Noah Cushing of Quebec
1862 The United States and United Kingdom agree to suppress the slave trade
1863 Mexico City captured by French troops
1864 Abe Lincoln renominated for President by Republican Party
1866 Chief Seattle dies near the city named for him
1869 Ives W McGaffey of Chicago patents 1st vacuum cleaner (it sucks)
1872 Congress endorses penny post card
1886 1st Civil Rights Act passes
1889 Cable Cars begin service in LA
1889 Start of Sherlock Holmes Adventure "Boscombe Valley Mystery" (BG)
1896 1st car is stolen
1900 Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of 6 Napoleons" (BG)
1905 Norway declares the union with Sweden dissolved
1912 US army tests 1st machine gun mounted on a plane
1914 The first vessel passes through the Panama Canal
1917 Walt Disney graduates from Benton High School
1920 Reds' Edd Roush falls asleep in center during long infield argument Heinie
Groh goes to wake him, but ump ejects Roush for delay of game
1929 Vatican City becomes a sovereign state
1921 Babe Ruth arrested for speeding, fined $100, & held in jail until 4 PM
1930 NY Times agrees to capitalize the n in "Negro"
1931 Duke & Duchess of Kent wed
1932 Over 7,000 war veterans march on Washington, D.C., demanding their
bonus pay for service in World War I.
1935 Lou Gehrig collides with Carl Reynolds & leaves the game
1936 1st parking meters are invented
1937 World's largest flower blooms in NY Botanical Garden, 12' calla lily
1937 The cover of LIFE magazine showed the latest in campus fashions of the
times which included saddle shoes
1938 The Douglas DC-4 makes its first test flight
1936 Yanks beat Indians 5-4 in 16; longest game without a strikeout
1940 Discovery of element 93, neptunium, announced
1940 Last British troops leave Narvik, Norway
1941 English & French troop overthrow pro-German Syria
1942 Bing Cosby records "Silent Night"
1942 USS Yorktown sinks near Midway Island
1942 Battle of Midway Ends
1948 John Rudder becomes 1st Negro commissioned officer in US marines
1948 Edvard Beneš resigns as President of Czechoslovakia rather than sign a
Constitution making his nation a Communist state
1949 Siam changes name to Thailand
1953 Segregated lunch counters in DC forbidden by Supreme Court
1953 1st color network telecast in compatible color, Boston, Mass
1954 Ford assigns team to create a new car, later to be named the Edsel.
1955 CBS unveiled The $64,000 Question, which would fast become the model
for a small army of money-minded quiz shows.
1959 X-15 makes 1st unpowered flight, from a B-52 at 11,500 m
1963 American Heart Assn is 1st agency to campaign against cigarettes
1965 Monarchy restored in Morocco
1965 Gemini 4 completes 62 orbits
1965 US troops ordered to fight offensively in Vietnam
1965 USSR launches Luna 6; missed Moon
1965 Sony Corporation unveiled its first consumer 1/2-inch format helical scan
VTR (video tape recorder). It was priced under $3000 (and only in black &
white).
1966 NFL & AFL announce plans to become NFC & AFC in 1970
1967 Israel attacks USS Liberty in Mediterranean, killing 34 US crewmen
1967 Israel captures Wailing Wall in East Jerusalem
1968 Sirhan Sirhan indicted for Bobby Kennedy assassination
1968 Don Drysdale pitches a record 58th consecutive scoreless inning
1968 Gary Puckett & Union Gap releases "Lady Will Power"
1968 James Earl Ray, alleged assassin of Martin Luther King Jr., captured
1968 New colonial constitution for Bermuda adopted
1968 Rolling Stones release "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
1969 Mickey Mantle Day, 60,096 saw #7 retired
1969 Nixon says 25,000 US troops would leave Vietnam by end of August
1969 Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor replaces Brian Jones
1969 Susie Berning wins LPGA Lady Carling Golf Open
1970 33 students of the NCSD Class of 1970 graduates
1970 Players & management end labor dispute, ups min salary to $12,000
1970 Jockey Willie Shoemaker passes Johnny Longden with his 6,033rd win
1970 The Who's Tommy is performed at NY's Lincoln Center
1970 22nd Annual Emmy Awards: Marcus Welby, Robert Young & Susan Hampshire.
1970 Shirley Englehorn wins LPGA Lady Carling Golf Open.
1970 Louise Harrison, mother of Beatle George, dies.
1970 E. M. Forster, British novelist and essayist, dies had 2 short stories and 12
movies made from his works. A Passage to India and A Room With a View
were his well known works screen played and were remade in the '80s.
1971 North Vietnam demands US end aid to South Vietnam
1971 Vulgar writing is protected under the First Amendment
1971 Soviet Soyuz 11 crew completes 1st transfer to orbiting Salyut
1974 US & Saudi Arabia sign military-economic contract
1975 2 passenger trains collides near Munich Germany killing 35
1975 Joanne Carner wins LPGA Girl Talk Golf Classic
1975 USSR launches Venera 9 for Venus landing
1977 Queen celebrates Silver Jubilee in London
1978 Nevada jury rules Howard Hughes "Mormon Will" is a forgery
1978 Yachtswoman Naomi James breaks the solo round-the-world sailing record
by two days.
1979 "The Source," 1st computer public information service, goes on-line
1979 Bhaskara 1, Indian Earth resources/meteorology satellite, launched
1980 John McEnroe beats Bjorn Borg for US Open
1981 Bjorn Borg wins his 6th French Open singles (defeats Ivan Lendl)
1981 Israel F-16 fighter-bombers destroys alleged Iraqi plutonium production
facility
1982 Pres Reagan meets Pope John Paul II & Queen Elizabeth
1982 Reagan addresses joint session of British Parliament
1982 Priscilla Presley opens Graceland to the public; the bathroom where Elvis
Presley died five years earlier is kept off-limits
1983 "Trading Places," "Ghostbusters," & "Gremlins," premieres
1985 Sylvester Stallone was “The modern John Wayne,” according to the movie
wizards at USA Today. They referred to Sly as “The Macho Male.” The
comment came on the release of the Stallone flick, Rambo: First Blood,
Part II.
1987 Oliver North's secretary Fawn Hall testifies at Iran-Contra hearing
1988 Nippon Airways announces that painting eyeballs on Jets cut bird collisions
by 20%
1989 Wayne Gretzky wins his 9th NHL Hart (MVP) Trophy in 10 years
1989 1st Baseball game to start outdoors and end indoors, as Toronto Blue Jays
stadium closes roof during game at 8:48, & beat Brewers 4-2
1989 An historical oddity: On this day in 1989, there was a moment in the very
early morning and later in the afternoon, when the time was 1:23:45 on
6/7/89. Don't expect that kind of sequence for another hundred years, or
perhaps at 12:34:56 on July 8, 2009, depending on how you look at it.
(Look at the numbers, not the date)
1990 France, West Germany and Italy lift a ban on British beef
1990 Hungary announces plan to withdraw from the Warsaw Pact
1992 NY Yankee pitcher Steve Howe is banned from baseball for the 7th time
2000 The UK prime minister is heckled and criticized by Women's Institute
members as he gives a speech at their conference
2001 Randy Caines had a cardiac catheterization done on him, which is a small
camera looking inside his heart, 31 years to the day we all graduated, eh?
2004 Transit of Venus (between Earth & Sun) occurs
2005 New DVD releases: "Be Cool," "Beyond the Sea," and "Seed of Chucky"
2005 Tuesday, June 7, 2005 is National Hunger Awareness Day. Now in its fourth
year
2005 President Bush welcomes British Prime Minister Blair to the White House
2005 Apple Computers Inc announces dumping IBM Corp. as the supplier of
processor chips for its Macintosh computers. Starting next year, future Macs
will use Intel Corp. processors, the same kinds of chips found in millions of
PCs running software from Apple's archrival Microsoft Corp
2005 www.npd.com announces iTunes is more popular than most peer-to-peer
file sharing services. Legal paid download store gives peer-to-peer (P2P) a
run for its money; WinMX most popular music and movie download spot,
while iTunes and LimeWire share second position
2005 Eat more raisins! According to researchers at the University of Illinois at
Chicago, compounds found in raisins fight bacteria in the mouth that cause
cavities and gum disease
2006 For the first time in 36 years, two Classmates, Donnie Crump and Lester
Latkowski visited the NCSD campus on our graduation anniversary
2006 Greenspan Says U.S. Needs to Get off Gas
2006 Dow Below 11,000 for 1st Time Since March
2006 Personal IDs of 26.5 million or 80% of US Military Veterans stolen continues
to be the top story of the day
2006 The Canadian terror plot may have been bigger than previous believed
2006 The shuttle is expected to fly no earlier than July 1. NASA hopes to get in
three shuttle flights this year and plans to retire the aging shuttle fleet by 2010
2006 More than a week after being wounded in an Iraqi car bombing, CBS
reporter Kimberly Dozier is back on American soil
2006 A scientist found a rare species of millipede, last seen 80 years ago in
central California
2006 New arrivals to this country must adopt American values and learn English
says President Bush, pushing anew for his proposal to overhaul immigration
rules
2006 Harvard University scientists said Tuesday they are trying to clone human
embryos to create stem cells they hope can be used one day to help conquer
a host of diseases
2006 News and entertainment shows were still showing the videos of the city
size dust storm, aka haboob, that blew over Phoenix, Arizona
2006 President Bush received confirmation that American forces killed al-Qaida
Chief al-Zarqawi
2006 The day's top google searches:
-The election for California Secretary of State
-The CIA revealed newly declassified documents stating that the CIA kept quiet
about the whereabouts of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in the 1950s for fear
he might expose undercover anti-communist efforts in West Germany
2006 Entertainment News: The death of master of photography, Arnold Newman, 70
2007
International News:

G-8's Hot Topics:
Last G8 for President Bush and England Prime Minister Blair;
The U.S., China and Europe can't agree on a single way to combat climate change;
The ongoing war of words between President Bush and Russia's President Putin
cools as both agree to cooperate on missile-defense systems in Europe
National News:
2007 Immigration Reform Bill Dies In Congress
2007 Spoiling for a veto fight, Congress cleared legislation today easing
restrictions on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. The House vote
to send the measure to President Bush was 247-176, 35 short of the level needed
to override a second veto in as many years on the issue
2007 Stocks Dive: Worst Week In Four Months - The spring rally in stocks
sputtered for a third consecutive day as worries about inflation and higher
interest rates returns to investors. Treasury debt yields rose above 5 percent,
taking a toll on rate-sensitive shares like utilities and home builders
2007 Two central Wisconsin school districts canceled classes today as a sheriff
warned that violent storms and tornadoes forecast for the state could be the
"granddaddy of all super cells." Other schools let out early
2007 Michigan Man in Wheelchair Takes Wild Ride Down a Highway at 50 mph
2007 Target employee in Kansas charged in abduction and murder of 18-year-old
Kelsey Smith
2007 Land Dispute Over 9/11 Flight 93 Crash Site
2007 Jet Lag - Air Travel Slowest In Over a Decade
2007 NASA performs final preparations for STS-117 Atlantis liftoff tomorrow
evening, the first of a possible total of 3 Space Shuttle missions for the remaining
of the year
2007 Latest technology from AT&T announced today - Phone to Phone Video
Streaming: It allows users to send a live video stream to a recipient during a
standard wireless voice call --- possible future replacement of the VRS system
2007 Automotive News - Ford Zooms Past Competition in Quality and Toyota's
Hybrid Sales Surpass 1 Million
2007 Historical Find - Abraham Lincoln Civil War Note Uncovered
2007 National average gas prices in the USA soars to $3.14 although gas can be
found at $2.85 at truck stops on I-40/I-85 between Greensboro and Burlington, NC.
Diesel was $2.67!!!
Statewide News:
2007 N.C.'s Ocracoke Island named top beach from "Dr. Beach" annual beach picks
2007 North Carolina Traffic Headline: Durham — Two lanes of southbound I-85 in
Durham reopened this afternoon after being closed for nearly 18 hours when a
truck carrying three dozen barrels of benzyl chloride overturned in a "freak
accident"
2007 NC Woman Suffers Aneurysm One Day Before Husband Returns From War
2007 Unbeknownst to us Classmates, Joyce Sigmon Benfield is in the hospital with
collapsed lung and is unconscious but stable
2007 C70 Classmate Lester Latkowski visited one of his many favorite teachers,
Bashie Crutchfield this day, to celebrate her years of loving and caring of her
students she taught through all her years at NCSD
2007
Entertainment:
In an exclusive interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," the ex-Beatle and
music legend Paul McCartney opened up about his divorce and his new album
released this week. "Memory Almost Full" is being hailed by critics as a
masterpiece. One standout track on the album, "The End of the End", describes
what McCartney says he'd like his funeral to be like. Sir
McCartney can't remember how many songs he's written, and now that he is 64,
he regrets writing the Beatles' classic "When I'm 64" which is is on the album "Sgt.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" celebrating it's 40th Anniversary of it's release
this month.
- Bob Barker in Tears - Entertainment shows highlights of Bob Barker's last taping
of the 35 year year old game show "The Price is Right"
- Inmate No. 9818783 has left the building. After spending 72 hours of a 45 day
prison sentence, heiress Paris Hilton was released from prison. Yet, the judge who
put her in jail ordered her into court to determine whether she should be put
back behind bars...Webmaster's note- this only happens in America, not Las Vegas
2007 The day's top google searches:
-Paris Hilton, Diamonds Park, and Lebron James
2008
International News:
2008 G-8 to Fight Oil Prices With Efficiency, Tech
2008 Laura Bush on surprise Afghan visit
2008 7 dead in stabbing spree in downtown Tokyo after attacker drives into a  crowd
2008 New study calls for $45 trillion to cut greenhouse gases in half by 2050
2008 Florida size Arctic ice melts in a week and scientists blame global warming
for disappearance of glacial lake in remote Southern Chile leaving a crater behind
2008 North Pole's ice disappears forcing Santa and Company to move south to a
currently undisclosed location
National News:
2008 Former first lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton, ended her historic campaign for
the presidency and told supporters to unite behind rival Barack Obama, closing out
a race that was as grueling as it was groundbreaking
2008 Jim McKay, the veteran and eloquent sportscaster thrust into the role of
telling Americans about the tragedy at the 1972 Munich Olympics dies. He was 86
2008 Obama announces his two week presidential campaign tour which will kick
off in Raleigh, NC on Monday, June 9th
2008 New study shows flip-flops cause problems and pains in the legs, knees and
back and foot experts warn the shoes cause more health problems than any other
shoe, including high heels!
2008 Gas prices hovers at the $4 mark and provokes thieves to steal 800 gallons
2008 City of LA sues Time Warner Cable
2008 Ed McMahon fighting foreclosure
2008 Disney creates Google Earth map of Disneyworld for patrons
2008 Kentucky-bred BIG Brown's Triple Crown dreams wilted in the searing heat
when long shot Da' Tara led all the way to win the 2400m Belmont Stakes
2008 Space shuttle Discovery crew installs space station module from Japan on the
ISS. This STS-124 mission commemorates the 10th shuttle mission since the
Columbia accident and will leave ten flights remaining in the Space Shuttle
program until its end in 2010
2008 The day's top Google searches: Jim McKay, Belmont Stakes 2008, The
Bachelor - Byron, and Indiana State Police
Statewide News:
2008 Early season 100 degree heat wave sets records across North Carolina
2008 Wildfires continues to burn at NC wildlife refuge threatening to close major
highways US 64 and US 264 to the Outer Banks
2008 State Republican Convention anchored by former GOP presidential candidate
Mike Huckabee, in Greensboro, NC, included a list of critiques of Democratic
hopeful Barack Obama
2008 NC's largest power company, Progress Energy, is seeking a large rate increase
2008 First "Got to be NC Festival" showcasing homegrown foods at the NC State
Fairgrounds
2008 Raleigh pastor is questioned in wife's murder
2008 Morrisville woman dies after being shot by police who said she was stabbing
her mother
2008 NC State baseball beats Georgia, 10-6, evens up series at 1-1
Entertainment:
2008 Bo Diddley gets a rocking sendoff at Fla. funeral. A founding figure of Rock 'n'
Roll, his unique sound still defines popular music today
2008 Popular movie of the day - You Don't Mess With the Zohan
June 7, 2009 - exactly 39 years to the day, Sunday, after 2pm, the Class of
1970 graduated in the auditorium in Main Building at NCSD
International News:

2009 Five U.S. contractors have been detained in the investigation of the slaying
of another American in Baghdad's Green Zone in what may become the first case
of U.S. citizens facing Iraqi justice under a security agreement that took effect
this year
2009 Investigators continues to search debris and black boxes from Air France
oceanic flight 447. Faulty speed sensors are believed to have played a major role
on the plane piloted mostly by computers, the first "electronic plane" as they say.
228 people are presumed dead. At the beginning of the day the first two bodies
were found and by the end of the day 15 more
2009 Mexicans begins burying kids killed in day care fire
2009 Ceremonies mark 65th anniversary of D-Day
2009 12 solders killed in Iraq and Afghanistan this week
2009 The day's top Google searches: David Carradine, bing, Air France, French
Open, and Sims 3
National News:
2009 Obama returns from overseas trip after addressing the Muslim world
2009 Health care tops Obama's agenda. Wants Congress to come up with a plan on
his desk by August of this year
2009 Exactly one year to the day she ended her historic campaign for the
presidency, Hillary Clinton, in her first Sunday morning news talk show interview,
says that it is a pleasure to work with President Obama - ABC News' This Week
with George Stephanopoulos
2009 Researchers are studying ants' efficiency in moving around to apply their
"smarts" to get rid of traffic jams on the nation's highways
2009 7-8 inches of rain had fallen in the Miami area in the previous 36 hours and
more was expected
Statewide News:
2009 Controversy continues to swirl over the NCSU hiring of the wife of former
NC Governor Easley. NCSU Board of Trustees had emergency meeting in the
afternoon which resulted in the next day firing of Mary Easley
2009 Northbound lanes of I-95 near NC 210 were closed for about 1˝ hour after
a wreck that happened around 7:30 am sending 10 people to the hospital
2009 The state's Deaf community anxiously awaits the results of this coming
Thursday's legislative voting regarding budget cutbacks for the three schools;
NCSD, ENCSD and the Governor Moorhead School for the Blind re: Senate Budget
Bill 202 Section 10.57B(a)(b)(c). Pages 64 and 65 of this pdf file
Entertainment:
2009 David Carradine's family members, dissatisfied with Thai investigators and
"profoundly disturbed" by the publication of a forensics photo in a Bangkok
tabloid, seeks help from the FBI
2009 27 years ago today, (June 7, 1982) Priscilla Presley, opens Elvis's Graceland
to the public, five years after his death.
2009 Norman Lear was profiled on CBS News show Sunday Morning, reflecting on
his breaking taboos on television, mostly with shows like: All in the Family,
Maude, The Jeffersons, Hot l Builimore, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, Different
Strokes, and Archie Bunker's Place
2009 Popular movie of the day - The Hangover
Sports:
2009 Laker's basketball star, Lumar Odem, reveals that he's a candy addict,
consuming the equivalent of 600 sugar cubes a week - CBS News Sunday Morning
2009 Tar Heels beat East Carolina Pirates 9-3 making them the first Atlantic Coast
Conference team to reach Omaha for four straight seasons for the College World
Series
2009 Tiger wins the Memorial: Two holes, two towering shots, two clutch birdies.
Just like that, Tiger Woods broke out of a four-way tie and won the Memorial on
Sunday with a 7-under 65 to cap off a high-charged comeback. And just as
suddenly, he silenced the skeptics who wondered if he was ready to defend his
title in the U.S. Open in two weeks at Bethpage Black
2009 The Los Angeles Lakers takes a 2-0 in the NBA finals, beating the Orlando
Magic 101-96 in overtime Sunday night
June 7, 2010 - exactly 40 years to the day, Sunday, after 2pm, the Class of
1970 graduated in the auditorium in Main Building at NCSD
International News:
Global community condemns Israel for attacking the Freedom Flotilla containing
10,000 tons of, not guns,  but vital humanitarian aid
Israel kills at least 4 Palestinian divers
US reports 11 troops killed in Afghanistan in the last two days
U.S.: Yemen arrests 12 Americans
Army Intelligence Analyst arrested on suspicion that he leaked a classified combat
video to the whistleblower website, WikiLeaks
Former Blackwater (Xe Services, based in Moyock, NC), seeks new owner
Mexico: 6 bodies in cave, 3 with hearts cut out
The day's top Google searches: 1. Cito Culver - baseball player
2. Jesse Biddle - baseball player 3. Persons Unknown (TV show)
4. 2 Live Crew - Rap/Hip Hop  5. WWE Viewers Choice - wrestling's first ever viewers
choice night
National News:
With President Barack Obama's popularity slipping, issues from the health care
overhaul law to taxes are defining races in 12 states that are set for primary
voting tomorrow while setting the stage for some of the races that could
determine the balance of power on Capitol Hill in the fall
Helen Thomas, a noted journalist, ended a five-decade career as a White House
correspondent in the wake of a controversy over her comments regarding the
Israelis and the Palestinians
USA enters Day 49 of the environmental disaster caused by BP's (British Petroleum)
oil rig explosion; Cap is working, but slick still grows; BP announces plans to
replace containment cap next month
Louisiana locals fear oil will make them sick
Obama: Crisis not over until relief wells are drilled
Natural gas line blows up 50 miles SW of Dallas, Tx; at Least 3 People Dead, 10 Injured
2 NJ men accused in terror plot appear in court
Detroit hit man pleads guilty to 8 murders
Woman, 80, beaten to death with a cross in Memphis church
Story continues: Tornadoes slam midwest, destroys high school hours before graduation
Tennessee woman struck, killed by lightning moments before boyfriend could
propose marriage
Small offshore earthquakes under Santa Monica Bay shake parts of Southern  California
Bernie Madoff seen as success story among inmates in prison, ex-con tells ABC News
Chrysler Recalling Jeeps, Minivans
Bank of America to pay $108 million settlement to settle federal charges that
Countrywide Financial Corp., which it acquired nearly two years ago, collected
outsized fees from borrowers facing foreclosure
Starting today, the RV industry is celebrating its 100th anniversary
Stocks close at lowest level in 2010
Statewide News:
State Capitol evacuated after a staff member found white powder in a letter
addressed to Gov. Bev Perdue's office
Gov. Perdue: State preparing In case Gulf oil heads to coast
Senate rejects House version of NC government budget for next year; negotiations
are next
Senate approves plan to delay, study high speed Internet by governments
Unemployment checks halted for thousands in N.C.
Chapel Hill nursing home nurse indicted in patient's death
Charges not ruled out in fatal Wal-Mart crash in Dunn
Two severely burned after touching high-voltage wire after jumping a fence at a
sub-station in Raleigh
Train hits tractor-trailer in Rowan County
Charlotte:
Fugitive Files | Man wanted for robbing mentally challenged man
Generator blamed in fire that destroyed foster home
Attorney disappears, abandoning practice
Greenville: Diesel leak closes two lanes on Memorial Drive
Greensboro 9 Year Old helps get hearing aid bill passed
One person killed in a plane crash in Chowan County
Wilmington:
Man arrested, found with missing teen
Pesticide Board to consider settlement with Ag-Mart
Suspect caught robbing appliance store
Scam paver banned from NC
Wrightsville Beach peeper pleads guilty
$2.46 for regular gas at Gasoline Lane Alley (I-40/I-85) in Mebane, NC
Entertainment:
Charlie Sheen to Teach 'Meaningful' Acting Class by Day, Spend 30 Nights in Jail
Sandra Bullock steals the show at MTV Movie Awards
Controversy continue to swill over Gary Coleman's death
'Shrek' wins quiet weekend with $25.5 million
Marvin, youngest of Isley Brothers, dies at 56
Sports:
Stampede For Free Tickets At Warm-up Match Sets Off Alarms For World Cup
Organizers
Rafael Nadal reclaims French Open
Go-kart track gets green light in Mooresville, NC
Monty Williams has been hired to coach the New Orleans Hornets
Baseball:
Seattle's 4-2 over the Texas Rangers
Dice-K goes 8 scoreless as Red Sox top Indians 4-1
Uribe leads Giants over Reds 6-5
Lee tosses 7-hitter as Mariners beat Rangers 4-2
Basketball:
N.C. State's Josh Davis to transfer to Tulane
The Columbus Blue Jackets have called a news conference for Tuesday at
3pm (et), at which time they are expected to name Scott Arniel as their new
head coach
Larry Brown's status with Charlotte's Bobcats: 'I'm here, coaching'
La Salle men's basketball coach John Giannini has agreed to a new multiyear contract
Technology:
Apple unveils newest version of the iPhone, aka iPhone4
Stephen Hawking on Religion, 'Science Will Win'
'Modern MacGyvers' Build Dirt-Batteries, Bionic Rice
Roman Gladiator remains found in England
Yahoo will import personal updates from Facebook's social network for users who
want a bridge between two of the world's most popular websites. The Facebook
link will need to be turned on by each Yahoo user.
June 7, 2011 - exactly 41 years to the day, Sunday, after 2pm, the Class of
1970 graduated in the auditorium in Main Building at NCSD
International News:
Qaddafi struggles to retain power
Yemen leader heavily burned in blast
Syrian mutiny, loss of town shows cracks in regime
NATO unleashes blistering airstrikes in Libya
Russian spacecraft blasts off for space station
Robert Gates is making his 12th and final visit as Pentagon chief to thank troops
and hand out commendations before he retires later this month
The E. coli outbreak gripping Europe is on a scale never seen before, but
infection rates should start to slow if people in Germany heed advice to avoid
raw vegetables. The outbreak, which began in May and is centered on the north
German city of Hamburg, has made more than 1,500 people ill in eight European
countries, and led to an international row over the source of the contamination
Spectacular pictures of lightning inside Chile Puyehue volcano ash cloud shown on
NBC Today. You can type "Chile volcano eruption", without quotes, in youtube's
search box
AIDS milestone: 30 years of the disease
National News:
The nation continues to deal with the devastating aftermaths of the high number
of powerful tornadoes embattling the countryside as well as cities
The nation is also dealing with floods as well as waters behind dams released, some
for the first time, by the Army Corps of Engineers
Polls show Obama in "dead heat" with Republican Mitt Romney for the 2012
Presidential nomination - 47% - 47%
ABC News poll at 6:30pm shows Obama 46% - Romney 48%
Obama administration prepares for a promised drawdown of troops in Afghanistan
beginning next month: While an initial drawdown of 3,000 to 5,000 troops had
emerged as the consensus view, The New York Times reports that Obama is
considering a larger reduction, though the sources cited didn't say how many
troops they'd want to see brought home this summer
The married New York Democrat, Anthony Weiner, continues to be embroiled in
the aftermath of the sexting scandal also faces an uncertain political. His wife,
Huma Abedin, was an aide and confidant to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for
years. Bill Clinton officiated in their wedding last year
Sarah Palin comments spark Paul Revere history debate...she thinks Paul Revere
warned the British. Apparently she learned nothing in the 5 colleges she attended
Heat wave in the first week of June is already causing roadways to buckle
Casey Anthony trail: Avalanches of evidences keeps coming; air sample evidence
allowed in the trail
Arizona’s Wallow Fire, the third largest wildfire in the state's history, is still
uncontained as of Tuesday. In less than two weeks, the fire had burned over
230,000 acres of land in eastern Arizona. Winds up to 35 mph are predicted for
Tuesday (today) in the area
Woonsocket RI, masive fire destroys an old rubber plant
Washington, DC's panda possibly pregnant
Navy ship that buried bin Laden stops in Hawaii
Liberty County sheriff, near Houston, Texas, has called in the FBI after a tip
revealing bodies, possibly including children buried in a residential area
Goshen College, a Mennonite school in Indiana, has created outrage over its
decision to ban the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at sporting events
because it conflicts with their core values. Of particular concern were the lyrics
of "The Star-Spangled Banner," -- specifically words like "bombs bursting in air."
The Mennonite Church is historically a peace church but does not have an official
position on playing the national anthem
Statewide News:

Air quality hazard warning continues (47 counties under alert) for the eastern
 part of the state....After a
month, a fire in eastern North Carolina's Dare County's Pains Bay wildfire 'virtually
impossible' to extinguishe...still burning strong, more than 45000 acres have
already been burned up in this mostly in areas unreachable by firefighters,
the flames themselves vanishing as they begin to burn underground
Amber Alert issued for 15 year old Raleigh teenager and was found safe around 2:15pm
Silver Alert issued for an adult in Halifax County
Another Silver Alert issued in the evening for a missing Durham man
Audit: NC is leaving millions of dollars on the table in uncollected fees, fines and
restitution from traffic and criminal cases. $40.2 million in cases from 2008, the
most recent year for which data is available
Holly Point North Beach at Falls Lake closed to swimmers due to bacteria
A son of the Johnston County man who headed up a terrorist cell pleaded guilty
Tuesday to criminal conspiracy in the case
Attorneys in the murder trial of Jason Young of Raleigh accused of brutally beating
his pregnant wife to death 4 years ago, presented their opening statements
Tuesday afternoon
Miracle Plane that landed In Hudson headed to NC was overnighted near Fairmont,
WV not far from I-79
Jacksonville, NC babysitter charged in the drowning of an infant made her first
appearance in court today
Woman stole over one million dollars from employer in Carteret County
Pitt County deputies have charged a 14 year old boy who they say stolen his foster
parent's car and then led them on a high speed chase before crashing into a home
A Hickory, NC man was killed Tuesday morning at a food distribution company
Two road workers got trapped in a manhole and died Tuesday evening in Durham
County, a fire department spokesman said
$3.47 for regular gas at Gasoline Alley (I-40/I-85) in Mebane, NC, a dollar higher
compared to last year and dropped 1 cent in the afternoon
Entertainment:
ABC's Good Morning America's question of the day: "Anthony Weiner Scandal: Do
you consider sexting to be cheating?"  GMA received 61 tweets in 2 minutes
within the first hour after posting the question...86% yes and 14% no
ABC is reveling that former NBC/CBS alum Katie Couric will become the host of a
new daytime talk show, filling the gap left by the departure of Oprah Winfrey
ABC's Good Morning America/The View - Sarah Ferguson opens up about letting
Oprah Winfrey's network's cameras, and experts, into her personal life taping
in a new six-part docu-series called "Finding Sarah" on OWN, The Oprah Winfrey
Network
Popular movie of the day - X-Men: First Class
The day's top google searches: Piper Perabo as Annie Walker on USA's Covert Affairs,
USTA - United States Tennis Association and Taken - action thriller film
Sports:
Former Duke basketball captain Tom Emma dies
Terrelle Pryor
giving up senior season at Ohio State
Tiger Woods won't be playing the U.S. Open this year due to strained ligaments in
his left knee — the same one that has been operated on four times
University of North Carolina announced today it has received a notice of inquiry
from the NCAA pertaining to its football program
Technology:
Apple`s iCloud offers Amazon, Google competition which allows users to access
music they've bought on iTunes on multiple devices. But, once the cloud is up and
running next fall, Apple will likely roll out new features that could not only change
the way people listen to and consume music, but also provide a not-insignificant
source of revenue for the sputtering record business
Microsoft is bringing live TV, YouTube videos and Bing online search features to
the Xbox 360, along with Halo 4 and a variety of traditional hardcore games
offering support for Kinect hands-free motion controls
Sony has unveiled its new PlayStation Vita portable handheld video game system,
due this holiday season, and reaffirmed its commitment to 3D gaming
Nintendo unveils Wii successor - The Wii U Touchscreen
June 07, 2012
International:

Assad's failure to stop Syria massacres puts him in international crosshairs, Secretary of
State Hillary Clinton tells Syria's Assad to step down
Economic turmoil causes high tensions for Greek talk show participants. Water and fists
were thrown...arrest warrants issued
National:
Wall street gains almost 300 points yesterday, biggest gain of the year
Not Guilty! Adam Kaufman, husband of "spray tan death" wife set free
14 airport employees nationwide in federal custody for drug trafficking ring
Plane crashes in a Florida swamp killing an entire Kansas family
Prison for texting and driving - A Massachusetts teen gets jail time for Texting-While-
Driving Death receives 2 1/2 years jail time and looses his driving license for 15 years
A vacuum cleaner was identified Wednesday as the source of the fire that caused about
$400 million worth of damage last month to a nuclear-powered submarine at the
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
Ironic punishment - ex-lover stabbed a retired teacher to death in her home, later
crashed his truck into two cars and a wall just a mile and a half away and cause of the
crash was a fatal heart attack at the wheel
Where your tax money goes: Michelle Obama Stops for Pie in Virginia
Major bush fires continues in the midwest
Senior pranks: firemen rescues goats on a hot tin roof
Debt collector scam caught on tape
Ben Bernanke, chairman of the Federal Reserve, says the crisis in Europe will affect US
markets(....is that old news?)
E-coli outbreak returns, source unknown, kills 21 month old baby, 5 cases in CDC's backyard, Alabama
Heatwave: Last 12 months hottest on record since 1895 (heatwave or global warming?)
Vacationing bear in Cape Cod has been spotted at night, so far at a cranberry bog,
chicken coop, and a golf course (of course)
Obummer administration causes uproar over White House leaks favoring..the President
A dock from last years tsunami in Japan floated onto Oregon's sea shore teeming with
sea life that only lives in Japan were all collected and destroyed to prevent them from
interupting the local food chain
Bee-having badly or bees gone wild - invading homes and cars because bee keepers
loosing their homes due to foreclosures and the bees outgrowing their hives
Statewide:
Edwards juror: Prosecution witness, Andrew Young, should have been charged
Kathy Taft's murderer Jason Williford sentenced to life
New drive through opened at a Raleigh Burger King by woman driving a BMW
Daycare worker fired for being pregnant, unwed?
Gas prices: Mebane's gasoline ally $3.28 (.19 cents cheaper than last year), Greensboro
$3.24, Raleigh $3.32, Morganton $3.36, Wilmington $3.29
Weather: Fantastic, feels like April. Just be glad we are not in Colorado Springs, a hail
storm brought in flash flooding and hail, causing $2 billion in damage in only 5 minutes
For the first time in almost two years, no North Carolina counties experiencing drought
conditions
Entertainment:
War of words or superstar music mayhem - John Mayer lashes out at Taylor Swift for
her singing of their break-up in a song named, you guessed right, "Dear John"
The Talk (CBS) reveals Paris Jackson's knowledge of the reason of her father's (Michael)
covering up her and her siblings' faces with masks & blankets because of the hounding
of the paparazzi
Popular movie of the day - Snow White and the Huntsman
People magazine goes gaga (2 different covers) over Drew Barrymore's wedding - the
third's the charm?
Mel Gibson Tell - All Book Released
Ex-Fleetwood Mac Guitarist, Bob Welsh, Dead in Apparent Suicide
Sports:
Tackling the NFL - 2000 football players consolidate and sue the NFL for head injuries claims
Technology:
Linkedin and eHarmony hacked of passwords
Skin Cells Turned Into Brain Cells
Google Top 5 Searches of the Day:
1. Bob Welch
2. Wade Davis
3. body dysmorphic disorder
4. Chad Ochocinco
5. Kevin Durant
Weird news:
Karl Lagerfeld receives a cat and says cat eats with him on the table because cat
does not like the floor, etc., (meouch?)
Boston transit workers save bunny toy on tracks (Stop the train! Stop the Train!)
LA Cops Interested in Canadian 'Cannibal' (You want steak sauce with that?)
Thief steals US flag from man in chicken suit (Oh say, can't you steal...)
Vampire graves unearthed (No garlic found)
Man admitted to hospital for kidney stone, discovers he’s a woman (WHAAAT?!)

June 07, 2013
International:
Syria conflict continues, no clear winner seems to be emerging
Prince Philip hospitalized for the 4th time in 18 months
National:
Andrea wreaks havoc on the east coast 7 days after the opening of the hurricane season
Uproar on US Government resorting to snooping on your internet (sound like communism to me)
Shoddy demolisher blamed for building collapse in Philadelphia, crane operator charged
Rampage in California leaves suspect dead
Ariel Castro, accused of holding three women captive in his run-down home in Cleveland for a decade and
fathering a child with one of them has been indicted on 329 charges including murder, kidnapping and rape
Actress Arrested in Obama Ricin Letter Case
Today is National Doughnut Day, get a free doughnut at your nearby Krispy Kreme or Dunkin' Donuts
Statewide:
Rain fall totals from TS Andrea:
Wilmington: 5 inches in 24 hours - Annual rainfall for the region? 5 inches
Raleigh: 5 inches in...(gulp)...3 (yes, three), hours...Crabtree Valley flooded as normal, but there were
areas that had never flooded before....the news did not say "Why" but Ye Ole Webby Guy can tell you WHY! When anybody builds shopping centers, you have to have....parking lots.....oh where, oh where does
the rainwater goes? ....DOUH?!
More later!
Entertainment:
Michael Jackson's "daughter", Paris, dominates the entertainment news, almost 4 years after her father's death
"Cronut" Copycats Emerge Nationally as Food Fad Takes Hold
Sports:
Come back later!
Technology:
Researchers Invent Invisibility Cloak
Researchers at Purdue University have developed an invisibility cloak that uses time to make things
disappear or time cloaking as it were or time warping (forerunners of the time machine, I suppose)

Google Top 5 Searches of the Day:
More later!
Weird news:
Dr. Murray to Paris Jackson: 'You Are Not Alone'
NE Colo. Wants to Be Separate State
More later!

June 7, 2014
On this day, 44 years ago NCSD Class 1970 Graduates in newspaper posted in
facebook. Thanks to Barry Hamrick for finding this and a Happy Birthday to Barry!
International:
Images from yesterday's 70th Anniversary celebrations of D-Day continues to pour
in from news outlets.
Bergdahl prisoner swap with the Taliban dominates the international news.
ABC News Brian Ross receives resistance in trying to obtain interviews in the
Qatar compound where the 5 former Taliban prisoners are now being kept
New hope emerges in the search for Madeleine McCann
Hunt for Fight 370 continues and search area may move to a different area
National:
GM continues their recall dilemma with an additional 89,000 vehicles
A "Sovereign Citizen" attacks a Georgia court during his court date
Horror for some beach goers at Myrtle Beach, a deck collapsed at a resort.
Details continues to emanate from the Seattle University shooting
CIA joins social media in a rather mischievous fashion "We can neither confirm
or deny that this is our first tweet"
Baby bear explores a Florida neighborhood, this time near a daycare facility
America's heartland continues to suffer through harsh weather
Statewide:
Maya Angelou Mourned and Memorialized at Wake Forest Service
Entertainment:
Actor Tracy Morgan in car crash
ABC News continues their teaser clips of Diane Sawyer one-on-one interview with
Hillary Clinton promoting Sawyer's full interview for Monday night
The movie Ghostbusters is 30 years old. The movie in part 3 is under production. Who
are you gonna call?
Casey Kasem family feud continues
Good Morning America's weather girl Ginger Zee is no longer single
Entertainment shows entices the Tony Awards for Sunday night
Movies to Watch:
The Fault in Our Stars
X-Men - Days of Future Passed
Edge of Tomorrow
Sports:
Pinehurst preps for the opening of the US Open (golf) and US Women's Open
California Chrome's co-owner is called a sore loser after his post race rant at the
Belmont race
American League - Cardinals 9 Blue Jays 3 - National League - Cubs 11 Marlins 5
The San Antonio Spurs over Miami Heat 110-95 in Game 2 of the NBA Finals
US beats Nigeria 2-1 at an international friendly soccer match
NHL Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final in Los Angeles, Los Angeles 5, New York 4 (2 OT)
Popular Google Searches:
Tracy Morgan
NHL
Belmont Stakes Results
Cotto vs Martinez (boxing)
Maria Sharapova
(#7) George Strait breaks Rolling Stones' concert record - CBS News
Technology:
1) Trending in social media Nextflix' "Orange is the New Black"
2) Some of the machines acquired recently by Google represent a giant leap forward
    for robot-kind - Link: The Robots Running This Way
3) Reported plans: Google launching 180 satellites could provide significant competition
    in the developing world and rural areas - Link: Google, the new internet provider
4) This week marked the first anniversary of the revelations by former NSA contractor
    Edward Snowden. This Slate blog emphasizes how much more technology companies
    can to do thwart mass surveillance - Link Warning: Long and Boring Read = Here’s
    What Tech Companies Still Need to Do
Weird News:
Canadians on alert as 3 Quebec prisoners escape by helicopter - sounds like scenes
   from the movie..."Breakout" starring Charles Bronson and Robert Duval, based on
   a real life escape.....they can find a green helicopter this time......right......?
Flash back Saturday - On this date:
1954 – Computer science hero Alan Turing died. His death was ruled a suicide from
          eating an apple containing cyanide. Turing formulated the famous Turing test
          and broke code at Bletchley park during World War II
1955 - "The $64,000 Question" premiers on CBS which would fast become the model
          for a small army of money-minded quiz shows (revised from above earlier entry)
1975 – Sony introduced the Betamax video recorder for sale. It would lose the
          format war to VHS but finds a niche in broadcast production
1980 – The first U.S. solar power plant was dedicated at the Natural Bridge National
          Monument, Utah
1986 - Football star Bo Jackson drafted by the Royals
1990 - Universal Studios opens in Orlando.
2002 - Kennedy Cousin Michael Skakel is convicted of murder

Happy Birthdays:
1843 Susan Elizabeth Blow, pioneered kindergarten education
1909 Jessica Tandy London, Academy Award-winning actress: The Birds, Cocoon,
Batteries Not Included, Driving Miss Daisy [1989]; Fried Green Tomatoes,
Forever Amber, Used People, Camilla; performed on Broadway with
husband, Hume Cronyn; died Sep 11, 1994
1917 Dean Martin, singer/comedian (partner for Jerry Lewis)
1922 Rocky Graziano, boxer/entertainer (Pantomime Quiz, Martha Raye Show)
1922 Myron Healey, (Sometimes Credited As: Michael Healey, Myron D. Healey, &
Myron Healy), Petaluma, Calif., actor (Wyatt Earp)
1940 Tom Jones, (Thomas Jones Woodward) Pontypridd, Wales, singer, aka The
Prince of Wales: Grammy Award-winning singer [Best New Artist - 1965]:
It’s Not Unusual, She’s a Lady, What’s New Pussycat?, I’ll Never Fall in Love
Again, Without Love, Delilah, Love Me Tonight, Green Green Grass of
Home, Sex Bomb
1940 Nancy Sinatra, Jersey City, singer (Boots are Made for Walkin')
1942 Chuck Negron, singer (3 Dog Night-Joy to the World)
1943 Ken Osmond, actor (Eddie Haskel-Leave it To Beaver)
1943 Nikki Giovanni, poet (Ladies Home Journal Woman of the Year 1973)
1944 Bill Rafferty, Queens, NY, comedian (Laugh-In, Real People)
1944 Boz Scaggs, [William Royce], Dallas Tx, rocker (Steve Miller Band)
1944 Don Grady, [aka Don Agrati], actor (Robbie Douglas-My Three Sons)
1946 Jenny Jones, TV talk show host
1953 Bonnie Tyler, singer (Total Eclipse of the Heart)
1957 Scott Raymond Adams, Catskill, NY, cartoonist (Dilbert)
1958 The entertainer known as Prince
1970 Mike Modano, hockey, Minnesota North Stars, Dallas Stars
1970 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jernigan, had a baby girl Sue Ann, their first bundle of joy
1981 Anna Kournikova tennis champ, US Open [doubles: 1999]
1981 Larisa Oleynik, actress: 3rd Rock from the Sun, The Secret World of Alex
Mack, Ten Things I Hate About You

Death occurrences on this day:
1893 Edwin Booth, John Wilkes Booth's brother dies
1969 Robert Taylor, actor (Death Valley Days), dies of lung cancer at 57
1971 Harold Lloyd Jr, actor (Frankenstein's Daughter), dies at 40
1975 William F Jenkins, author (Time Tunnel, Land of Giants), dies at 78
1996 Max Factor, cosmetics pioneer, aka, the make-up of make-up artist. Born
as Max Faktor in Lodz, Poland
2005 Ann Bancroft, noted for her role as Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate" and her
longtime marriage to actor-filmmaker Mel Brooks, dies at 73
2006 Singer-Songwriter Billy Preston Dies At 59
2008 Jim McKay, ABC network's veteran and eloquent broadcaster dies at 86. The
Emmy wining sportscaster for ABC's Wide World of Sports for 40 years was best
known for his dramatic coverage of the '72 Munich Olympics "Our worst fears have
been realized tonight. They have now said there were eleven hostages; two
were killed in their rooms yesterday morning, nine were killed at the airport
tonight. They're all gone."
2010 Marvin, youngest of Isley Brothers, dies at 56

Holidays observed on June 7:
Note: Some Holidays are only applicable on a given "day of the week"
Chad : National Day
Western Australia : Foundation Day (1838) - - - - - ( Monday )
Massachusetts : Teachers' Day - - - - - ( Sunday )
Ireland : Bank Day - - - - - ( Monday )
Bahamas : Labour Day - - - - - ( Friday )
New Zealand : Queen's Birthday - - - - - ( Monday )
Roman Empire : first day of the Vestalia (penus vestae) in honor of Vesta
Norway : Union Dissolution Day, observing the 1905 decision to dissolve the
Union between Sweden and Norway
Malta : Sette Giugno - Riot in Malta that began the road to self government and
then independence in 1919
June 7 is the 158th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (159th in leap
years), with 207 days remaining
 

June 7 history sources:
The Bugler, David Pye, www.scopesys.com/today, The History Channel,
www.440.com, yahooligans, www.bbc.co.uk, www.tnl.net & www.wral.com,
www.abcnews.go.com/wn, www.cnn.com, www.npr.com, www.cbs.news.com
www.washingtonpost.com, www.msnbc.com, www.wcnc.com
www.wghp.com, www.wwaytv3.com, www.witn.com
www.newsobserver.com, www.cbn.com www.csmonitor.com
www.reuters.com www.foxnews.com www.politicalhumor.com
www.rollingstone.com www.wralsportsfan.com www.wnct.com
www.witn.com


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