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GARY LEWIS IS 70 TODAY


Gary Lewis (Gary Harold Lee Levitch)

Musician Gary Lewis was the leader of Gary Lewis & the Playboys and is the
son of comedian and actor Jerry Lewis.

The song "This Diamond Ring", hit number one on Billboard magazine’s Hot
100
chart on February 20, 1965 and made Lewis an instant star.

           
               Gary Lewis (left) and his father Jerry.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST NEWS EVENTS

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Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger is 69 years old today.

Arnold Schwarzenegger decided to pursue a career as a bodybuilder
at age fourteen, despite demonstrating prowess in football. He became
the youngest person to win the Mr. Universe contest when he was 20
and won four more times after and won the Mr. Universe title seven
times.

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RECORDED ON THIS DAY IN 1956

Decca Records offered Brenda Lee a contract, and her
first record was "Jambalaya", backed with "Bigelow 6‑200".

Lee’s second single featured two novelty Christmas tunes:
"I’m Gonna Lasso Santa Claus", and "Christy Christmas".

Though she turned 12 on December 11, 1956, both of the
first two Decca singles credit her as "Little Brenda Lee
(9 Years Old)."


Branda Lee (Brenda Mae Tarpley) will be 72 in December.

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FROM THE SET OF ‘’ALL IN THE FAMILY’’

 
From left: Rob Reiner, Jean Stapleton, Carroll O’Connor, and Sally
Struthers.


All in the Family
is a
sitcom that was originally broadcast on the CBS 
television network for nine seasons, from January 12, 1971, to April 8,
1979. The series was produced by Norman  Lear.

The show is often regarded as one of the greatest television series of
all time
and ranked number-one in the yearly Nielsen ratings from 1971
to 1976.



Archie and Edith Bunker’s chairs on display in the Smithsonian
National Museum of American History.


Jean Stapleton and Carroll O’Conner seated on the “All In The
Family” set.

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