Aug. 13 (UPI) — On this date in history:
In 1889, William Grey patented the coin-operated telephone.
In 1930, Capt. Frank Hawkes established an air pace document by traveling from Los Angeles to New York in 12 hours, twenty five minutes.
In 1980, U.S. President Jimmy Carter was nominated for a second term by the Democratic Nationwide Convention in New York. He misplaced in November to Ronald Reagan.
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In 1990, singer/songwriter Curtis Mayfield was left paralyzed when he was hit by a wind-blown lighting rig on an outside stage in New York. He died in 1999.
In 1994, North Korea agreed to allow U.N. monitors to inspect a solution nuclear laboratory.
In 1995, former New York Yankees centerfielder Mickey Mantle died of liver cancer at the age of sixty three.
In 2004, the Summer months Olympics opened in Athens, Greece, with a document 202 nations around the world and 10,500 athletes getting portion.
In 2008, Bill Gwatney, chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Get together and a former legislator, was shot to demise in his Small Rock office. Just after a 30-mile chase, a suspect was killed by law enforcement in an exchange of gunfire. A motive for Gwatney’s killing was under no circumstances determined.
In 2012, U.S. President Barack Obama advised a campaign crowd in Iowa the final result of the 2012 presidential election “will effect your lives and your kid’s lives for decades to come.”
In 2013, Israel released 26 Palestinian prisoners as portion of a deal to resume peace talks.
In 2014, Brazilian presidential prospect Eduardo Campos was among the seven people today killed in a aircraft crash southeast of Sao Paulo.
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