One Day in Your Life: June 25, 1976

Too be honest…I love blogs like this! This day in my life was the day I was born! 🙂

The Hits Just Keep On Comin'

(With this post, we begin another hiatus. Posting will be lighter than usual here for the next couple of weeks. Watch for some more One Day in Your Life posts and the usual stuff at )

June 25, 1976, is a Friday. It is the 100th anniversary of Custer’s Last Stand at the Little Big Horn in Montana. In Wisconsin, it’s a cool day, although warmer than yesterday, when the temperature didn’t get out of the 60s. Looking ahead to the fall, Wisconsin Governor Patrick Lucey signs a bill appropriating $800,000 for a swine flu vaccination program. The United States Supreme Court rules that private schools may not discriminate against students by race, and that whites as well as blacks are protected against racial discrimination in private employment. Songwriter Johnny Mercer, who collaborated on such American standards as “Hooray for Hollywood,” “You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby,” and…

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