Happy Birthday RIP Walter Elias Disney(1901–1966) ; Little Richard Penniman–81 Joan Didion–79 “Morgan Brittany”(Suzanne Cupito)–62 Amanda (Armand) Lepore–46 Margaret Moran Cho–45 Amy Acker–37 Nicolas “Nick” Stahl–34 Francisco “Frankie” Muñiz IV–28 ; 1933 – Prohibition in the United States ends: Utah becomes the 36th U.S. state to ratify the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution, thus establishing the required 75% of states needed to enact the amendment (this overturned the 18th Amendment which had made the manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcohol illegal in the United States).
Happy Birthday Winston “Wink” Martindale–79 Max Baer, Jr.–76 Jeffrey Bridges–64 Patricia Wettig–62 Marisa Tomei–49 Tyra Banks–40 Brooke Adams–29 ; 1881 – The first edition of the Los Angeles Times is published. ; 1945 – By a vote of 65 to 7, the US Senate approved United States of America as active participant in the United Nations.
Happy Birthday RIP Howard “Andy” Williams(1927–2012) ; Mary “Jaye P.” Morgan–82 John “Ozzy” Osbourne–65 Del Shores–56 “Julianne Moore”(Julie Smith)–53 Daryl Hannah–53 Brendan Fraser–45 Bruno Campos–40 Anna Chlumsky–33 Brian Bonsall–31 Michael Angarano–26 ; 1947 – “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams opened on Broadway in New York City
Happy Birthday Harry Reid–74 Cathy Lee Crosby–69 Stone Phillips–59 Esteban Echevarria(“Steven Bauer”)–57 Daniel Gauthier–50 Lucy Liu–45 Nelly Furtado–35 Britney Spears–32 ; 1939 – New York City’s La Guardia Airport opens to the public.
Happy Birthday RIP Mary Martin(1913–1990) David Doyle(1929–1997) Richard Pryor(1940–2005) ; ”Woody Allen”(Allan Konigsberg)–78 Bette Midler–68 Richard Treat Williams–62 Charlene Tilton–55 Jeremy Northam–52 Nestor Carbonell–46 Sarah Silverman–43 Emily Mortimer–42 Dean O’Gorman–37 ; 1885 – First serving of the soft drink “Dr Pepper” formulated by Charles Alderton in Morrison’s Old Corner Drug Store in Waco, Texas ; 1913 – The Ford Motor Company introduces the first moving assembly line
Happy Birthday RIP “Mark Twain”(Samuel Langhorne Clemens 1835–1910) Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill(1874–1965) Richard “Dick” Clark(1929–2012) ; Robert Guillaume(Williams)–86 Sir Ridley Scott–76 Mandel Patinkin–61 “Billy Idol”(William Broad)–58 “Stacey Q” Swain–55 Benjamin Stiller–48 “Clay Aiken”(Clayton Grissom)–35 ; 1998 – Exxon and Mobil sign a $73.7 billion USD agreement to merge, thus creating Exxon-Mobil, the world’s largest company