Monday, May 4, 2009

3rd Of May

(waiting for something to happen)
" This was taken on my 34th birth day in morong bataan "

This is a research my uncle July did for my birthday.

May 3
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May 3 is the 123rd day of the year (124th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 242 days remaining until the end of the year.

1491 Kongo monarch Nkuwu Nzinga is baptised by Portuguese missionaries, adopting the baptismal name of João I.
1494 Christopher Columbus first sights land that will be called Jamaica.
1715 "Edmund Halley's" total solar eclipse (the last one visible in London, United Kingdom for almost 900 years).
1791 The Constitution of May 3 (the first modern constitution in Europe) is proclaimed by the Sejm of PolishLithuanian Commonwealth.

1802 Washington, D.C. is incorporated as a city.
1808 Finnish War: Sweden loses the fortress of Sveaborg to Russia.
1808 Peninsular War: The Madrid rebels who rose up on May 2 are fired upon near Príncipe Pío hill.
1815 Neapolitan War: Joachim Murat, King of Naples is defeated by the Austrians at the Battle of Tolentino, the decisive engagement of the war.

1830 The Canterbury and Whitstable Railway is opened. It is the first steam hauled passenger railway to issue season tickets and include a tunnel.

1837 The University of Athens is founded.
1849 The May Uprising in Dresden begins the last of the German revolutions of 1848.

The Third of May by Francisco Goya (referring to the event of 1808.)1860 Charles XV of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Sweden.

1867 The Hudson's Bay Company gives up all claims to Vancouver Island.
1901 The Great Fire of 1901 begins in Jacksonville, Florida.
1915 The poem In Flanders Fields is written by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.
1916 The leaders of the Easter Rising are executed in Dublin.
1921 West Virginia imposes the first state sales tax.
1924 Aleph Zadik Aleph is formed in Omaha, Nebraska by Sam Beber.
1928 Japanese atrocities in Jinan, China.
1933 Nellie Tayloe Ross becomes the first woman to head the United States Mint.
1937 Gone with the Wind, a novel by Margaret Mitchell, wins the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
1939 The All India Forward Bloc is formed by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
1942 World War II: Japanese naval troops invade Tulagi Island in the Solomon Islands during the first part of Operation Mo that results in the Battle of the Coral Sea between Japanese forces and forces from the United States and Australia.

1945 World War II: Sinking of the prison ships Cap Arcona, Thielbek and Deutschland by the Royal Air Force in Lübeck Bay.

1946 The International Military Tribunal for the Far East begins in Tokyo with twenty-eight Japanese military and government officials accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

1947 New post-war Japanese constitution goes into effect.
1948 The U.S. Supreme Court rules that covenants prohibiting the sale of real estate to blacks and other minorities are legally unenforceable.

1951 London's Royal Festival Hall opens.
1951 The Festival of Britain opens.
1951 The United States Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committees begin their closed door hearings into the dismissal of General Douglas MacArthur by U.S. President Harry Truman.

1951 The Kentucky Derby is televised for the first time.
1952 Lieutenant Colonels Joseph O. Fletcher and William P. Benedict of the United States land a plane at the North Pole.

1957 Walter O'Malley, the owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, agrees to move the team from Brooklyn, New York, to Los Angeles, California.

1960 The Off-Broadway musical comedy, The Fantasticks, opens in New York City's Greenwich Village, eventually becoming the longest-running musical of all time.

1960 The Anne Frank House opens in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
1963 The police force in Birmingham, Alabama switches tactics and responds with violent force to stop the "Birmingham campaign" protesters. Images of the violent suppression are transmitted worldwide, bringing newfound attention to the African-American Civil Rights Movement.

1973 The Sears Tower in Chicago is topped out as the world's tallest building.
1975 - Labour Day for Tiger (A.K.A Mengs mother) at Grace Hospital in Rosario, Cavite, Philippines
1978 The first unsolicited bulk commercial e-mail (which would later become known as "spam") is sent by a Digital Equipment Corporation marketing representative to every ARPANET address on the west coast of the United States.

1979 Conservative Party leader Margaret Thatcher becomes the United Kingdom's first female prime minister as the Labour government is ousted in parliamentary elections.

1986 Twenty-one people are killed and forty-one are injured after a bomb explodes in an airliner (Flight UL512) at Colombo airport in Sri Lanka.

1987 A crash by Bobby Allison at the Talladega Superspeedway, Alabama fencing at the start-finish line would lead NASCAR to develop restrictor plate racing the following season both at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega.

1991 The Declaration of Windhoek is signed.
1999 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is slammed by an F5 tornado killing forty-two people, injuring 665, and causing $1 billion in damage. The tornado was one of 66 from the 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak.

1999 Stephen Hendry defeats Mark Williams 18-11 to win the World Snooker Championship for a record seventh time.
2000 The sport of geocaching begins, with the first cache placed and the coordinates from a GPS posted on Usenet.
2001 The United States loses its seat on the U.N. Human Rights Commission for the first time since the commission was formed in 1947.

2002 A military MiG-21 aircraft crashes into the Bank of Rajasthan in India, killing eight.
2003 New Hampshire's famous Old Man of the Mountain collapses.
2006 Armavia Flight 967 crashes into the Black Sea, killing 113 people on board, with no survivors.
2006 Zacarias Moussaoui is sentenced to life in prison in Alexandria, Virginia.
2007 British girl Madeleine McCann is snatched from her bed in holiday apartment 5A of the Ocean Club Holiday Resort in Praia da Luz, Portugal, and is still missing to this day.

612 Constantine III, Byzantine Emperor (d. 641)
1415 Cecily Neville, mother of Edward IV of England and Richard III of England (d. 1495)
1428 Pedro González de Mendoza, Spanish cardinal and statesman (d. 1495)
1446 Margaret of York, wife of Charles I, Duke of Burgundy (d. 1503)
1469 Niccolò Machiavelli, Italian historian and political author (d. 1527)
1662 Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann, German architect (d. 1736)
1695 Henri Pitot, Italian-born French engineer (d. 1771)
1713 Alexis Clairault, French mathematician (d. 1765)
1761 August von Kotzebue, German dramatist (d. 1819)
1764 Elisabeth of France, sister of Louis XVI, guillotined (d. 1794)
1768 Charles Tennant, Scottish chemist and industrialist (d. 1838)
1826 Charles, Crown Prince of Sweden-Norway (d. 1872)
1835 Alfred Austin, English poet (d. 1913)
1844 Richard D'Oyly Carte, English theatrical impresario (d. 1901)
1849 Jacob August Riis, American journalist (d. 1914)
1849 Bernhard von Bülow, Chancellor of Germany (d. 1929)
1857 George Gore, American baseball player (d. 1933)
1859 Andy Adams, American author (d. 1935)
1860 John Scott Haldane, Scottish physiologist (d. 1936)
1860 Vito Volterra, Italian mathematician (d. 1940)
1861 Emmett Dalton, American outlaw (d. 1937)
1867 J.T. Hearne, English cricketer (d. 1944)
1870 Princess Helena Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein (d. 1948)
1873 Pavlo Skoropadsky, Ukrainian general (d. 1945)
1874 François Coty, French perfume manufacturer (d. 1934)
1874 V. Walfrid Ekman, Swedish oceanographer (d. 1954)
1877 Karl Abraham, German psychoanalyst (d. 1925)
1879 Fergus McMaster, Australian businessman (d. 1950)
1886 Marcel Dupré, French organist and composer (d. 1971)
1888 Beulah Bondi, American actress (d. 1981)
1891 Tadeusz Peiper, Polish poet (d. 1969)
1892 George Paget Thomson, English physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1975)
1893 Konstantine Gamsakhurdia, Georgian writer and public benefactor (d. 1975)
1895 Cornelius Van Til, philosopher and Christian apologist (d. 1987)
1896 Dodie Smith, English novelist and playwright (d. 1990)
1896 Karl Allmenroder, German World War I Ace (d. 1917)
1898 Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel (d. 1978)
1901 Gino Cervi, Italian actor (d. 1974)
1902 Alfred Kastler, French physicist, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1984)
1903 Bing Crosby, American singer and actor (d. 1977)
1905 Werner Fenchel, German mathematician (d. 1988)
1906 Anna E. Roosevelt, American radio personality, daughter of Franklin Delano Roosevelt (d. 1975)
1906 Mary Astor, Academy Award-winning American actress (d. 1987)
1910 Norman Corwin, American radio pioneer
1912 Virgil Fox, American organist (d. 1980)
1913 William Inge, American playwright (d. 1973)
1915 Stu Hart, Canadian professional wrestler and trainer (d. 2003)
1916 Léopold Simoneau, French Canadian tenor (d. 2006)
1917 Betty Comden, American lyricist (d. 2006)
1918 Ted Bates, English former footballer (d. 2003)
1919 John Cullen Murphy, American comic strip artist (d. 2004)
1919 Pete Seeger, American singer
1920 John Lewis, American jazz pianist and composer (Modern Jazz Quartet) (d. 2001)
1921 Sugar Ray Robinson, American boxer (d. 1989)
1921 Joe Ames, American singer (d. 2007)
1922 Len Shackleton, English former footballer (d. 2000)
1923 Ralph Hall, American politician
1923 George Hadjinikos, Greek pianist and conductor
1924 Yehuda Amichai, Israeli poet (d. 2000)
1924 Ken Tyrrell, English founder of eponymous F1 racing team (d. 2001)
1928 Dave Dudley, American singer (d. 2003)
1932 Robert Osborne, American film historian
1933 James Brown, American singer and dancer (d. 2006)
1933 Steven Weinberg, American physicist, Nobel laureate
1933 Alex Cord, American actor
1934 Henry Cooper, English boxer
1934 Georges Moustaki, Egyptian born Greek-French singer and songwriter
1934 Frankie Valli, American singer (The Four Seasons)
1935 Ron Popeil, American inventor
1937 Nélida Piñon, Brazilian writer
1938 Chris Cannizzaro, American baseball player
1940 Konrad "Conny" Plank, German record producer and musician
1940 Clemens Westerhof, Dutch football manager
1941 Edward "Monk" Malloy, American university president
1942 Věra Čáslavská, Czech gymnast
1942 Dave Marash, American journalist
1942 C.L. Otter, American politician, governor of Idaho
1943 Jim Risch, American politician, junior senator of Idaho
1945 Davey Lopes, American baseball player and coach
1946 Norm Chow, American football coach
1946 Greg Gumbel, American broadcaster
1946 Silvino Francisco, South African snooker player
1948 Chris Mulkey, American actor
1947 Doug Henning, Canadian magician (d. 2000)
1949 Ron Wyden, American politician
1951 Christopher Cross, American musician
1951 Tatyana Tolstaya, Russian writer
1951 Tuula Palaste-Eerola, Finnish architect and politician
1952 Charles Baldwin, American political figure
1952 Caitlin Clarke. American actress (d. 2004)
1952 Allan Wells, British athlete
1954 Gary Young, American drummer (Pavement)
1955 David Hookes, Australian cricketer (d. 2004)
1956 Marc Bellemare, French Canadian lawyer and politician
1957 Rod Langway, American ice hockey player
1958 Kevin Kilner, American actor
1958 Sandi Toksvig, Danish born writer and broadcaster
1958 Susanna Kwan, Hong Kong singer
1959 David Ball, English musician (Soft Cell)
1959 Uma Bharati, Indian politician
1959 Ben Elton, British comedian and author
1960 Amy Steel, American actress
1961 Steve McClaren, English football manager
1961 Joe Murray, American cartoonist
1961 David Vitter, American politician
1962 Anders Graneheim, Swedish bodybuilder
1963 Jeff Hornacek, American basketball player
1963 Jamie Reeves, British strongman
1963 Sally Whittaker, English actress
1964 Ron Hextall, Canadian ice hockey player
1965 Rob Brydon, Welsh comedian
1965 Nina Garcia, Colombian-American fashion expert and television personality
1965 John Jensen, Danish footballer
1966 Peter Abbay, American actor
1966 Firdous Bamji, Indian-American actor
1966 Darren Morgan, Welsh snooker player
1968 Shane Minor, American singer
1969 Daryl F. Mallett, American writer/editor
1970 Jeffrey Sebelia, American fashion designer
1971 Damon Dash, American label executive
1971 Josey Scott, American singer (Saliva)
1972 Shonie Carter, American MMA fighter
1972 Suzi Suzuki, former Japanese adult actress
1973 Brad Martin, American musician.
1974 Princess Haya bint Hussein of Jordan
1974 Peter Everitt, Australian Football League football player
1975 Willie Geist, American television personality
1975 Dulé Hill, American actor
1975 Maksim Mrvica, Croatian pianist
1975 - Rommer Arcon Dionisio - psychologist, artist, webmaster, webdesigner
1975 Eva Santolaria, Spanish actress
1976 Jeff Halpern, American ice hockey player
1977 Mashima Hiro, Japanese Mangaka of Rave Master and Fairy Tail
1977 Ryan Dempster, American baseball player
1978 Paul Banks, American vocalist (Interpol)
1978 Christina Hendricks, American actress
1978 Autumn Phillips, member of the British royal family
1978 Lawrence Tynes, American football player
1979 Steve Mack, American professional wrestler
1980 Zuzana Ondrášková, Czech tennis player
1980 Marcel Vigneron, American chef (Top Chef)
1981 Farrah Franklin, American singer (former member of Destiny's Child)
1982 Igor Olshansky, Ukrainian-born American football player
1983 Joseph Addai, American football player
1983 Romeo Castelen, Dutch footballer
1983 Márton Fülöp, Hungarian footballer
1983 Myriam Fares, Lebanese singer
1984 Nam Sang-mi, South Korean actress and model
1984 Cheryl Burke, American professional dancer
1985 Greg Raposo, American pop/rock singer

1152 Matilda of Boulogne, Queen of England (b. 1105)
1160 Peter Lombard, Italian scholar and bishop (b. c. 1100)
1270 King Béla IV of Hungary (b. 1206)
1294 John I, Duke of Brabant
1481 Mehmed II, Ottoman Sultan (b. 1432)
1598 Anna Guarini, Italian singer (b. 1563)
1606 Henry Garnet, English Jesuit (executed) (b. 1555)
1616 William Shakespeare, English writer and actor (b. 1564) (his death is commonly accepted to be on April 23, according to the Julian calendar)

1622 Pedro Páez, Spanish Jesuit missionary (b. 1564)
1679 James Sharp, English archbishop (assassinated) (b. 1613)
1693 Claude de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon, French courtier (b. 1607)
1704 Heinrich Ignaz Biber, Bohemian composer (b. 1644)
1724 John Leverett the Younger, American President of Harvard (b. 1662)
1750 John Willison, Scottish minister and writer (b. 1680)
1752 Samuel Ogle, British provincial Governor of Maryland (b. c.1692)
1758 Pope Benedict XIV (b. 1675)
1763 George Psalmanazar, British impostor (b. 1679)
1764 Francesco Algarotti, Italian philosopher (b. 1712)
1779 John Winthrop, American astronomer (b. 1714)
1793 Martin Gerbert, German theologian and historian (b. 1720)
1839 Ferdinando Paer, Italian composer (b. 1771)
1856 Adolphe Charles Adam, French composer (b. 1803)
1918 Charlie Soong, Christian Missionary
1921 Théodore Pilette, Belgian racing driver (b. 1883)
1942 Thorvald Stauning, Prime Minister of Denmark (b. 1873)
1958 Frank Foster, English cricketer (b. 1889)
1969 Zakir Hussain, 3rd President of India, (b. 1897)
1972 Bruce Cabot, American film actor (b. 1904)
1987 Dalida, French singer (b. 1933)
1988 Lev Semenovich Pontryagin, Russian mathematician (b. 1908)
1989 Christine Jorgensen, American transsexual (b. 1926)
1989 Edward Ochab, Polish Communist politician (b. 1906)
1991 Jerzy Kosiński, Polish-born writer (b. 1933)
1991 Mohammed Abdel Wahab, Egyptian singer and composer (b. 1907)
1992 George Murphy, American dancer, actor and politician (b. 1902)
1994 Ezra Taft Benson, thirteenth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (b. 1899)
1996 Alex Kellner, American baseball player (b. 1924)
1996 Jack Weston, American actor (b. 1924)
1997 Sébastien Enjolras, French racing driver (b. 1976)
1997 Narciso Yepes, Spanish classical guitarist (b. 1927)
1999 Joe Adcock, American baseball player (b. 1927)
1999 Steve Chiasson, Canadian ice hockey player (b. 1967)
2000 John Joseph Cardinal O'Connor, Catholic Archbishop of New York (b. 1920)
2001 Billy Higgins, American drummer (b. 1936)
2002 Barbara Castle, British politician (b. 1910)
2002 Evgeny Svetlanov, Russian composer and pianist (b. 1928)
2003 Suzy Parker, American actress (b. 1932)
2004 Anthony Ainley, British actor (b. 1932)
2004 Ken Downing, British racing driver (b. 1917)
2004 Darrell Johnson, American baseball player (b. 1928)
2006 Karel Appel, Dutch painter (b. 1921)
2006 Pramod Mahajan, Indian politician (b. 1949)
2006 Earl Woods, Athlete and father of Tiger Woods (b. 1932)
2007 Warja Honegger-Lavater, Swiss illustrator (b. 1913)
2007 Wally Schirra, American astronaut (b. 1923)
2007 Knock Yokoyama, Japanese comedian and politician (b. 1932)
2008 Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo, Spanish former Primer Minister (b. 1926)

Holidays and observances

World Press Freedom Day.
Constitution Day in Poland, Lithuania and Japan.
Discoflux (Discordianism).
Roman Catholicism

Feast of the Finding of the Holy Cross.
Saint Apostle Philip
Saint Apostle James the Lesser
Saint Alexander I
Saint Juvenal of Narni (d. 369)
Saint Ansfrid
Antonia and Alexander (martyrs of 313)
Black Madonna of Częstochowa Queen and Protector of Poland (since April 1, 1656)
Eastern Orthodox

St Theodosius of Kiev
Syriac Orthodox Church

Coptic Church

Sarah the Martyr

St. Lord Gaba a.ka. Meng de Busisi

July Arcon
Sr. Budget Manager
His Uncle

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