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Day in History: Dr., Mrs. C.W. Mayo invite 1,200 to home

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1989 – 25 years ago

• The Rochester City Council has thrown its support to a new courthouse and future government center at the Riverbend site, leaving a final decision on the property to Olmsted County.

• Political extremist and failed presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche arrived at the Federal Medical Center. He is serving a 15-month sentence for mail fraud and conspiracy.

1964 – 50 years ago

• Janet's Juniors, a baton twirling team composed of young Rochester girls, won first place in the large team division at a baton competition at Southdale.

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• "At homes" for Mayo Clinic staff members, heads of non-medical sections, emeritus Clinic staffers, and widows of deceased Mayo physicians — about 1,200 in all will be invited to Mayowood, the home of Dr. Charles W. Mayo and his wife and immediate family from July 29-August 21. In all, 600 invitations bearing the Mayo Centennial Seal are being mailed out inviting them to an old fashioned "at homes."

1939 – 75 years ago

• Carl Frank, expert Rochester shooter and a member of the American Rifle team which won the Pershing trophy from the British squad in an international match in England, was back in the city today. He returned to his job at the First National Bank.

• St. Charles captured the first half championship playoff in the Interstate Baseball league when it beat Kellogg 12 to 3. The victors outhit their foes 13-4 in the game.

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