|July 1925 - December 1970|
|Gus Wilson's Model Garage|
1964 Table of Contents
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In the News...
● U.S. Supreme Court rules that congressional districts should be roughly equal in population.
● Jack Ruby convicted of murder in slaying of Lee Harvey Oswald; sentenced to death by Dallas jury (March 14) - conviction reversed Oct. 5, 1966; Ruby dies Jan. 3, 1967, before second trial can be held.
● Three civil rights workers - Schwerner, Goodman, and Cheney - murdered in Mississippi (June). Twenty-one arrests result in trial and conviction of seven by federal jury.
● Nelson Mandela sentenced to life imprisonment (June 11).
● Congress approves Gulf of Tonkin resolution (Aug. 7).
● President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy issues Warren Report concludes that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.
● The Beatles appear on The Ed Sullivan Show.
● First Ford Mustang (1965 model)