TODAY IN HISTORY
On this date in 1970,the three “apollo 13” astronauts Commander, James A. Lovell, Command Module pilot, Thomas K. Mattingly and Lunar Module
pilot, Fred W. Haise splashed down in the pacific Ocean, four days after their capsule was crippled by an oxygen tank explosion. The mishap caused their planned moon landing to be cancelled.
in 1964, the Ford Motor Co. unveiled the Mustang at the New york World’s Fair. it caused a sensation and 22,000 orders were taken the first day for the sporty vehicle, priced at an affordable $2,368.