Historical Events In 1964
Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Nov 24 In the year 1964 30th Heisman Trophy Award: John Huarte, Notre Dame (QB)
Nov 24 In the year 1964 john Fabricius, playwright, dies at 55
Nov 24 Rebellion ends in Zaire in the year 1964.
Nov 25 On this day in history clarence Kolb, actor (Mr Honeywell-My Little Margie), dies at 90
Nov 26 Nine helicopters of HU-2 and four from NAS Lakehurst, assisted the Coast Guard in the rescue of 17 men from the Norwegian tanker Stolt Dagali cut in two by collision with the Israeli liner Shalom off the New Jersey coast in the year 1964.
Nov 28 On this day in history charles Meredith, actor (Court of Last Resort), dies at 70
Nov 28 Mariner 4 launched; first probe to fly by Mars in the year 1964.
Nov 28 President Lyndon Johnson's top advisers--Maxwell Taylor, Dean Rusk, Robert McNamara, and other members of the National Security Council--agree to recommend that the president adopt a plan for a two-stage escalation of the bombing of North Vietnam on this day in history.
Nov 29 Anne de Vries, Dutch teacher/author (Bartje), dies at 60 on this day in history.
Nov 29 Roman Catholic Church in US replaces Latin with English in the year 1964.
Nov 30 Don Redman, orch leader (Sugar Hill Times), dies at 64 on this day in history.
Nov 30 On this day in history uSSR launches Zond 2 towards Mars; no data returned
Dec 02 In the year 1964 ringo Starr's tonsils are removed
Dec 03 In the year 1964 ernst Ginsberg, writer, dies
Dec 03 On this day in history police arrests 800 sit-in students at University of California at Berkeley
Dec 04 Beatles release "Beatles For Sale" album on this day in history.
Dec 05 Remy Angenot, Flemish actor (Tailor Wibbel), dies at 70 in the year 1964.
Dec 05 The first Medal of Honor awarded to a U.S. serviceman for action in Vietnam is presented to Capt. Roger Donlon of Saugerties, New York, for his heroic action earlier in the year in the year 1964.
Dec 06 On this day in history "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" 1st airs on TV
Dec 07 George Harrison changes his company's name from Mornyork to Harrisongs in the year 1964.
Dec 09 Edith L Sitwell, English poet/author (Wheels), dies at 77 on this day in history.
Dec 10 Sam Cooke, US, singer (Sad Moon), slain at a motel at 33 on this day in history.
Dec 11 Percy Kilbride, actor (Ma & Pa Kettle), dies at 76 on this day in history.
Dec 12 Cleveland Browns' Frank Ryan sets club record of 5 TD passes in the year 1964.
Dec 12 On this day in history h I "Sailor" Young, cricketer (left-arm bowler Eng v Aust 1899), dies
Dec 12 Shooting starts for Star Trek pilot, "The Cage" (Menagerie) on this day in history.
Dec 13 In El Paso, TX, LBJ and Mexican President Gustavo Diaz Ordaz set off an explosion diverting Rio Grande, to reshape US-Mexico border in the year 1964.
Dec 13 In the year 1964 shirley Englehorn & Sam Snead wins Haig & Haig Mixed Foursome Golf
Dec 14 On this day in history michael Brown meets Rene Fladen, then writes "Walk Away Rene"
Dec 14 On this day in history william Bendix, actor (Life of Riley), dies at 58
Dec 15 Canada adopts maple leaf flag in the year 1964.
Dec 15 In the year 1964 maple Leaf' formally adopted as the symbol for the Canadian national flag
Dec 18 On this day in history "I Had a BaIl" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 199 performances
Dec 22 Bonifacio Gil Garcia, composer, dies at 66 in the year 1964.