50 YEARS AGO IN HISTORY
Deion Sanders, the only man to have played in both a World Series and a Super Bowl, was born in Fort Myers, Florida.
The first lineup of Fleetwood Mac made its live debut at the Windsor Jazz and Blues Festival in the United Kingdom.
Actress Vivian Leigh, perhaps best known to American audiences for her starring roles in “Gone With the Wind” and “A Streetcar Named Desire,” died in the Britain.
Tommy Lucchese, crime boss and a founding member of the mafia in the United States, succumbed to a brain tumor at home in Lido Beach on Long Island.
The cost of a movie ticket throughout the United States averaged $1.25.
And on Shelter Island . . .