On This Day September 3rd
On This Day in history:
1833: The first successful penny newspaper in the U.S., "The New York Sun," is launched by Benjamin H. Day.
1942: Frank Sinatra starts his solo career.
1944: Anne Frank and her family are placed on the last transport train from the Westerbork Transit Camp to Auschwitz Concentration Camp. They will arrive three days later.
1951: The first long-running American TV soap opera, "Search for Tomorrow", airs its first episode on CBS network.
1954: "The Lone Ranger" was heard on the radio for the final time after 2,956 episodes and 21 years.
1973: The Rolling Stones released "Angie."
1974: NBA guard Oscar Robinson retires.
1995: Online auction company eBay is founded.
1996: Nintendo releases the Game Boy Pocket portable game system in the U.S.
1955-Steve Jones, musician (Sex Pistols)
1965- Charlie Sheen, American actor
1986- Shaun White, American snowboarder and skateboarder