Jul 28, Vivian Vance, actress (Ethel Mertz-I Love Lucy), was born in Cherryvale, Ks.
Jul 28, Ann Doran, actress (Longstreet, Shirley), was born in Amarillo, Tx.
Jul 28, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, wife of President John F. Kennedy and first lady from 1961 to 1963, was born in Southampton, N.Y.
Jul 28, Linda Kelsey, actress (Kate-Day by Day), was born in Minneapolis, Minn.
Jul 28, Sally Struther, actress (Gloria-All in the Family), was born in Portland, Oregon
Jul 28, Georgia Engel, actress (Georgette-Mary Tyler Moore Show), was born in Wash DC.
Jul 28, Marilyn Quayle, wife of vice president Dan Quayle, was born.
Jul 28, Bess Flowers (b.1898), American film actress, died.
Jul 28, President Bush warned Iraq it would be making “an enormous mistake” if it failed to disclose its nuclear weapons program to United Nations inspectors.
Jul 28, President Clinton declared himself ready to provide air power to protect peacekeepers in Bosnia if he received a request from the United Nations.
Jul 28, Monica Lewinsky struck a deal with independent council Kenneth Starr granting her blanket protection from prosecution in exchange for her “full and truthful testimony” to a grand jury on her relationship with Pres. Clinton.
Jul 28, Joan Finney, whose populist beliefs and gift for connecting with voters helped her become the first woman governor of Kansas, died at 76.
Jul 28, SF arrested 2 Bay Area women and charged them with embezzlement for allegedly writing $2.6 million in bonus checks to themselves from Autonomy Inc.