April 1965

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April 9, 1965: First domed stadium opens to the public
April 30, 1965: U.S. invades Dominican Republic
April 3, 1965: U.S. puts a nuclear reactor in orbit
April 23, 1965: U.S.S.R. launches its first communications satellite

The following events occurred in April 1965:

April 1, 1965 (Thursday)[]

April 2, 1965 (Friday)[]

April 3, 1965 (Saturday)[]

April 4, 1965 (Sunday)[]

April 5, 1965 (Monday)[]

April 6, 1965 (Tuesday)[]

April 7, 1965 (Wednesday)[]

April 8, 1965 (Thursday)[]

April 9, 1965 (Friday)[]

April 10, 1965 (Saturday)[]

April 11, 1965 (Sunday)[]

Miss Kate and her former student

April 12, 1965 (Monday)[]

April 13, 1965 (Tuesday)[]

April 14, 1965 (Wednesday)[]

April 15, 1965 (Thursday)[]

April 16, 1965 (Friday)[]

Jon Cryer
Martin Lawrence

April 17, 1965 (Saturday)[]

April 18, 1965 (Sunday)[]

April 19, 1965 (Monday)[]

April 20, 1965 (Tuesday)[]

April 21, 1965 (Wednesday)[]

April 22, 1965 (Thursday)[]

April 23, 1965 (Friday)[]

April 24, 1965 (Saturday)[]

April 25, 1965 (Sunday)[]

April 26, 1965 (Monday)[]

April 27, 1965 (Tuesday)[]

April 28, 1965 (Wednesday)[]

April 29, 1965 (Thursday)[]

April 30, 1965 (Friday)[]

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  59. ^ "Gen. Hester, 48, Dies; His Chute Failed", Chicago Tribune, April 8, 1965, p3
  60. ^ "Bonn's Upper House Approves Lengthening Hunt for Nazi Killers", Bridgeport (CT) Telegram, April 10, 1965, p4
  61. ^ "President, 47,876 See Dome Open", Chicago Tribune, April 10, 1965, p2-1
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  78. ^ "Thursday Television Programs", Chicago Tribune, April 9, 1965, p2A-24
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  82. ^ "172 KILLED BY TORNADOES! Thousands Are Injured in Six States", Chicago Tribune, April 12, 1965, p1
  83. ^ "TWISTER TOLL PUT AT 248; 5,000 Are Injured; Damage Tops 250 Million", Chicago Tribune, April 13, 1965, p1
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  90. ^ "Is Man Not Alone in the Universe? Space Signals Stir Experts", Milwaukee Sentinel, April 13, 1965, p3
  91. ^ "Russians Hedge On Civilization In Space Theory", Ottawa Journal, April 13, 1965, p1
  92. ^ "Russians Temper Report on Space; Idea That 'Rational Beings' Are Signaling Is Challenged", The New York Times, April 14, 1965, p3
  93. ^ "Tass Is Rebuked for Report On Radio Signals from Space", Nashua (NH) Telegraph, April 14, 1965, p1
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  96. ^ "Commons Gives Wilson 316 to 290 Confidence Vote", Chicago Tribune, April 14, 1965, p12
  97. ^ "Abandoned Village's Last Citizen Kills Self", Chicago Tribune, April 14, 1965, p2-4
  98. ^ "House Votes Presidential Amendment; Senate Must Accept It or Compromise", Chicago Tribune, April 14, 1965, p2A-2
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  109. ^ "Hickock, Smith Pay Extreme Penalty— Pair Meets Death On KSP Gallows", Garden City (KS) Telegram, April 14, 1965, p1
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  128. ^ "Six End 34-Day Space 'Trip'; Flight Simulated by U.S. Flyers to Get Data", Chicago Tribune, April 20, 1965, p18
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  140. ^ "Charge Two In Clown's Murder", Ottawa Journal, June 7, 1965, p1
  141. ^ "Woman Says She Saw Ringling Clown Slain", St. Petersburg (FL) Times, September 26, 1967, p2-B
  142. ^ "Life Term Given Killer of Clown", Sarasota Herald-Tribune, November 22, 1967, p4
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  159. ^ "Sukarno Seizes Foreign Firms", Los Angeles Times (AP), April 25, 1965, p. 10.
  160. ^ "Carnival Ride Whirls 2 Children to Deaths", Chicago Tribune, April 25, 1965, p1
  161. ^ "Highway Sniper's Bullet Proves Fatal to Boy, 5", Los Angeles Times, April 27, 1965
  162. ^ "Dominican Junta Forced Out", Chicago Tribune, April 26, 1965, p1
  163. ^ "Constitutionalist Revolt", in Historical Dictionary of the Dominican Republic, Eric Paul Roorda, ed. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016) p83
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  165. ^ "Boston Takes 7th NBA Title", Chicago Tribune, April 26, 1965, p3-1
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  168. ^ "Manchester United Is English Soccer Champ", Bridgeport (CT) Telegram, April 27, 1965, p1
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  170. ^ "20,000 Cambodians Mob U.S. Embassy: Rip Down Flag in Protest Against Vietnam Policy and Magazine Article", The New York Times (UPI), April 27, 1965, p. 1.
  171. ^ "U.S. Embassy in Cambodia Is Stoned by Mob", Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1965, p. 1.
  172. ^ "CRUSH DOMINICAN REVOLT— Rebel Forces Hit by Land, Sea, and Air", Chicago Tribune, April 28, 1965, p1
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  176. ^ "Test Pilot Killed as New Vertical Lift Plane Dives", Chicago Tribune, April 28, 1965, p1
  177. ^ "2.2 Billion Fund Bill Voted by 7 Senators", Chicago Tribune, April 28, 1965, p3
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  179. ^ "Dominican Republic, U.S. Interventions in", by Barry Carr, in Cold War: The Essential Reference Guide: The Essential Reference Guide (ABC-CLIO, 2012) pp55-56
  180. ^ "MARINES ENTER DOMINGO— Leftists Hold Center of Dominican Capital", Chicago Tribune, April 29, 1965, p2
  181. ^ "2 Ships Bring 640 Evacuees from Dominican Republic", Chicago Tribune, April 29, 1965, p2
  182. ^ "Dominican Republic Invasion", by Ronald Young, in Postwar America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History, James Ciment, ed. (Routledge, 2015) pp398-399
  183. ^ "China and the American Escalation", by Qiang Zhai, Light at the End of the Tunnel: A Vietnam War Anthology, Andrew J. Rotter, ed. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2010) p260
  184. ^ James Kirkpatrick Davis, Assault on the Left: The FBI and the Sixties Antiwar Movement (Greenwood Publishing, 1997) pp30-31
  185. ^ "House Passes Clean Water Bill, 358 to 0", Chicago Tribune, April 29, 1965, p2A-15
  186. ^ L. Britt Snider, The Agency and the Hill: CIA's Relationship with Congress, 1946-2004 (Government Printing Office, 2008) p334
  187. ^ "The Tenth Man on the Field…or Above It", by Michael Green
  188. ^ Josh Leventhal, Take Me Out to the Ballpark: An Illustrated Tour of Baseball Parks Past and Present (Workman Publishing, 2011) p111
  189. ^ "1000 AUSTRALIANS FOR VIETNAM— Govt. Responds to Appeal for Front-Line Troops", The Age (Melbourne), April 30, 1965, p1
  190. ^ Bill Guy, A Life on the Left: A Biography of Clyde Cameron (Wakefield Press, 1999) pp202-203
  191. ^ "An Independent Command? Australia's Ground Forces in the Vietnam War and Contemporary Memories", by Bruce Davies, in New Perceptions of the Vietnam War: Essays on the War, the South Vietnamese Experience, the Diaspora and the Continuing Impact (McFarland, 2015) p246
  192. ^ National Geophysical Data Center. "Significant earthquake". Retrieved 8 January 2012.
  193. ^ "Quake Rocks 4 States in Northwest", Chicago Tribune, April 30, 1965, p1
  194. ^ "$12.5 Million Seattle Quake Takes 7th Life", AP report in Fresno (CA) Bee, May 1, 1965, p2-A
  195. ^ 1,700 MARINES IN DOMINGO— Move Ashore After Battle with Rebels
  196. ^ "Abel Declared USW Winner", Chicago Tribune, May 1, 1965, p7
  197. ^ Athan Theoharis, From the Secret Files of J. Edgar Hoover (Elephant Paperbacks, 1993) p108
  198. ^ "Ruark, Robert C.", in North Carolina Biographical Dictionary, by Jan Onofrio (Somerset Publishers, 2000) pp516-517
  199. ^ "Ruark Hangs Up His Gloves As a Full Time Columnist", by Robert C. Ruark, El Paso (TX) Herald-Post, April 30, 1965, p1
  200. ^ "Ruark, Popular Author, Dies", Tucson (AZ) Daily Citizen, July 1, 1965, p1
  201. ^ "DOMINICAN TRUCE IGNORED; Two Yanks Slain", Chicago Tribune, May 1, 1965, p1
  202. ^ "Army Names Two Slain in Domingo Fight", Chicago Tribune, May 3, 1965, p2
  203. ^ "Mother and 3 Children Escape Dominican Fire", Syracuse (NY) Post-Standard, May 18, 1965, p50