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Almanac results for 1963-01-03

Birth

Merrilyn Gann, Canadian actress

Gerold Rudle, Austrian actor

Stewart Hosie, British politician (born 1963)

Matthew Taylor, Baron Taylor of Goss Moor, British politician (born 1963)

Sergey Bagratyan, Armenian politician

Jai Singh Agrawal, Indian politician, current member of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly for Korba

Kevin Murray, English cricketer

Ivo Rittig, Czech entrepreneur

Jean-Paul Giachino, French biathlete and trainer

Wiktor Mhłyneć, Soviet association football player

Marian Záhumenský, politician

Charles Edward Samuel Whitbread, (born 1963)

Boris Burcin, researcher

Rachel Celia Hoult, (born 1963)

Rhodri Williams, QC 2010

Takuhi Minasyan, Bulgarian writer and journalist

Thomas Dubois, French politician

Thierry Boes, French politician

Paolo Clini, Italian historian of architecture (1963-)

Annie Lefevre, French politician

Marcelo Gullo, Argentine political scientist and writer

Johanna Ropner, businessperson and lord lieutenant of North Yorkshire, England

Anne Hugo, (born 1963)

Yvonne Rissi, (born 1963)

Sufyan Lahabi, Indonesian politician (born 1963 in Parepare)

Katreese Barnes, American musician, musical director, and songwriter

Johanna Louise Stroyan, (born 1963)

Roberto Traversini, Luxembourgish politician

Vyacheslav Grigoryev, ice hockey player (1963-2005)

Chantal Lamarre, Canadian actor and television presenter

KERA, Japanese film director, playwright and impresario

Rebecca Broussard, American actress

Thomas J. Nagy, Austrian publisher

Gavril Balint, Romanian footballer

Marta Calvó, Spain actress

Dominic Couzens, British writer

Thor I. Fossen, Norwegian scientist

Omar Hayssam, Romanian businessman

Steve Kirk, Scottish footballer and manager (born 1963)

Julio Pereyra, Uruguayan basketball player

Coati Mundi, American musician

Juan Antonio Mentxaka Lorente, Spanish association football player

Andreas Reinke, German association football player

Christine Maugüé, French official

Anton Schmidkunz, German association football player

Hamza Yanılmaz, Turkish politician

Jeroen Smit, Dutch journalist

New Jack, American professional wrestler

Q28355935, Ukrainian military personnel

Marcial Tagle, Chilean actor and comedian

Fanavi Zerkin, Soviet judoka

Edward Pursino, American musician

Jim Everett, American football player

Linda Southern-Heathcott, Canadian equestrian

DJ Marlboro, Brazilian DJ

Trudy Kerr, Australian singer

Pomez Lorenzo, German songwriter

Larisa Moskalenko, sailor, Olympic bronze medalist for the Soviet Union at the 1988 Summer Olympics

Didier Viviers, Belgian historian and rector

Ibrahim Maiga, Slovak singer, actor, and politician

Lionel Hénault, French association football player

Bekir Alboğa, Turkish Islamic studies scholar

Kat Mon Dieu, American actress and model

Keith Alexander, American racing driver

Vic Grimes, American professional wrestler

David Gobejishvili, Olympic wrestler

Jack Armstrong, American basketball player-coach

Dan Sileo, American football player

Tim DeRuyter, American football player and coach (born 1963)

Borys Zahreva, Ukrainian politician

Richard Lockhart, New Zealand swimmer

Dodik Wijanarko, Indonesian military personnel

Igor Kotko, Soviet rower

Dante Acosta, American politician

Aamer Malik, Pakistani cricketer

Norman Forsey, New Zealand actor

Ulrich Geilmann, chess player

Katya Ilieva, Bulgarian sprinter

Alex Wheatle, British writer

Myriam Halden Bjerkli, Norwegian writer

Craig Button, American ice hockey executive

Death

Kate Rice, Canadian prospector

José Caeiro da Mata, Portuguese jurist (1877-1963)

Bill Laub, American football player and coach (1878-1963)

George Otto Noville, aviation pioneer (1890-1963)

Jarbas de Lery Santos, Brazilian politician

Oskar Back, Dutch violinist and music teacher of Hungarian family origin

Matt Brennan, American football player (1897-1963)

Ján Veselý, officer

Franciszek Lurski, Officer of the Polish Army

Raymond Arasse, French military officer

Jaroslav Mácha, Czech composer, doctor and choirmaster (1873-1963)

Anne Charles Félix de Saporta, Marquis de Saporta, 4 Nov 1877 Paris - 3 Jan 1963 Paris

Archibald Stevenson Forrest, English painter, draftsman, and illustrator, 1869-1963

Diether von Sallwitz, German news presenter (1922-1963)

John Moorhouse Hartley, (1890-1963)

Sir Clifford Edward Heathcote-Smith, (1883-1963)

Sophie Fedorova, Russian prima ballerina and choreographer

Anna Lindhjem, Norwegian musician

John Casimir, American jazz clarinetist

Shinobu Ishihara, Japanese ophthalmologist (1879–1963)

Q23670635, Greek politician

Edward Pearce, Welsh politician

Carlos Obregón Borrero, Colombian poet (1929-1965)

Friedrich Cammerer, German jurist

Ferdinand Henri Maire, (1901-1963)

Richard Schanck, American social psychologist

Chu Chia-hua, Chinese nationalist politician, later in Taiwan province.

Lucie Campbell, American composer and educator (1885-1963)

Witold Pogorzelski, Polish mathematician

René Morax, Swiss actor, writer, playwright, stage director and theatre manager (1873-1963)

Willem Cornelis Mary de Jonge van Ellemeet, Dutch military personnel

Inception/Foundation

Norman & White Airport, airport in Texas

Ramel, S.A., facility services company

Clay Airport, airport in Lawrence County, Mississippi, United States of America

Skalitsky Airport, airport in Texas

Mc Neill Ranch Airport, airport in Armstrong County, Texas, United States of America

Carlisle Airport, airport in Pennsylvania, United States of America

Farm Services Inc Airport, airport in Texas

GE Aviation Systems, business enterprise

Reservoir Airport, airport in Carroll County, Maryland, United States of America

Hawkinsville-Pulaski County Airport, airport in Pulaski County, Georgia, United States of America

American Israel Public Affairs Committee, American lobbying group advocating for pro-Israel policies

Decorah Municipal Airport, airport in Iowa, United States of America

Waukon Municipal Airport, airport in Iowa, United States of America

Panola County Airport, airport near Batesville, Mississippi, United States

Smith Field, airport in Arkansas

Fox Airport, airport in United States of America

Maryland's at-large congressional seat, congressional seat from 1963 to 1967

Disparition/Dissolution

Nebraska's 4th congressional district, former U.S. House district from 1893 to 1963

Arkansas's 6th congressional district, former congressional district

Missouri's 11th congressional district, former U.S. House district

Maine's 3rd congressional district, former U.S. House district from 1821 to 1963

Iowa's 8th congressional district, former congressional district

Kansas's 6th congressional district, former U.S. House district from 1883 to 1963

Alabama's 9th congressional district, former congressional district

Arkansas's 5th congressional district, former congressional district

Minnesota's 9th congressional district, former U.S. House district from 1903 to 1963

Publication/Release

Love Is a Sad Song, episode of Dr. Kildare (S2 E14)

In His Image, episode of The Twilight Zone (1959 TV series)

Top Secret, episode of Hazel (S2 E15)

Ed and the Bicycle, episode of Mister Ed (S3 E14)

Honorable Grandfather, episode of My Three Sons (S3 E16)

Beauty and the Beast, episode of McHale's Navy (S1 E12)

Incredible Hulk #6, 1963 comic book issue

Rick and the Boat Model, episode of The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (S11 E13)

A Cozy Cottage, 1963 Hungarian drama film

The Case of the Shoplifter's Shoe, episode of Perry Mason (S6 E13)

Performance

THE CHANGING WORLD OF THE AMERICAN FARMER: THE MIRACLE (NAID 106594), item in the National Archives and Records Administration's holdings

THE ARMY HOUR (NAID 110326), item in the National Archives and Records Administration's holdings