Historical Events In September - 04
Friday, 14 August 2020
1980 On September - 04 wolfgang Gentner, German nuclear physicist, dies at 74
1981 Newscaster David Brinkley is released by NBC on September - 04.
1981 Verne Rowe, actor (Verne-Fernwood 2 Night), dies at 59 on September - 04.
1983 Greg LeMond becomes only American to win cycling's Road Championship on this day in history.
1983 On September - 04 scott Michael Pellaton sets barefoot waterski speed rec (119.36 mph)
1985 George O'Brien, actor (Daniel Boone, Salute), dies of a stroke at 85 on September - 04.
1986 189.42 million shares traded in NY Stock Exchange on this day in history.
1988 On this day in history mike Tyson crashes a silver BMW into a tree near Catskills NY
1989 Georges Simenon, Belgian/French writer/director (Maigret), dies at 86 on this day in history.
1990 Jerry Lewis' 25th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $44,172,186 on September - 04.
1990 On September - 04 henry Faas, [Wandelganger], Dutch journalist (Volkskrant), dies
1991 On this day in history rte 35 Theater in Hazlit, the last drive-in in NJ, closes
1991 On September - 04 charlie Barnet, saxophonist (Cherokee), dies of pneumonia at 77
1992 John van Dreelen, [Jacques T van Drielen Gimberg], actor (Topaz), dies on September - 04.
1993 On September - 04 clyde Adler, voice (White Fang/Black Tooth-Soupy Sales), dies
1994 Laurentius LM "Laurens" van Deenen, (pathed)physiologist, dies at 66 on this day in history.
1995 On this day in history the Fourth World Conference on Women opens in Beijing, China, with nearly 5,000 delegates from around the world in attendance. V
1995 On this day in history chuck Greenberg, new age musician (Shadowfax), dies at 45
1996 Sam Cook, cricketer (Gloucestershire slow bowler with one Test for England), dies on September - 04.
1997 On September - 04 huron Central Railway, owned by Genessee Rail-One, takes over operation of the former CP line between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury, Ont.
1997 On September - 04 raiLink-Lakeland &Waterways takes over the former CN lines in northeastern Alberta from Boyle to Lynton, near Fort McMurray. Agreement was reached on 2 September, operation commenced on 4 September and formal transfer took place on November 24.
1997 Belle Stewart, singer, dies at 91 on this day in history.
2007 On September - 04 northeast Nicaragua takes a direct hit from Hurricane Felix. The hurricane was a strong Category 5 storm when it reached the coast.
2012 42 people are killed and 25 injured as a passenger bus falls down a ravine in Morocco on this day in history.
2014 Monsoon rains beging and cause flooding over a sustained period that kills over 400 people in India & Pakistan on this day in history.
2017 Nobel Peace laureate Malala Yousafzai criticizes Suu Kyi's lack of response to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar on September - 04.
2017 US President Donald Trump announces Dreamers program, The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Daca) will be stopped on this day in history.
2018 On September - 04 amazon becomes America's second trillion dollar company
2018 NFL player Colin Kaepernick who kneeled during the US national anthem is the new face of Nike's 30th anniversary advertising campaign on September - 04.
2018 Strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years, Jebi hits Tokushima prefecture, swamping Kansai airport and killing at least 11 on September - 04.
2018 On this day in history f.B.I. announces they have recovered Dorothy's ruby red slippers from "The Wizard of Oz", stolen 13 years ago
2018 WHO reports more than a quarter of people worldwide (1.4 billion) don't get enough physical exercise to avoid major diseases on September - 04.
2018 On September - 04 italian city Florence bans people eating in the street in its historic center
2018 On this day in history 400-year old sunken Portuguese spice trade ship discovered near port of Cascais, Portugal