The Daily News | October 25

Rolling Stones appered on Ed Sullivan Show, 1964
Kate Turabian died, 1987
International Red Cross ousted South Africa, 1986
“Newhart” premiered, 1982
Battle of Agincourt (Henry V defeated French), 1415
US troops invaded Grenada, 1983
Roger Miller, singer (“King of the Road”), died, 1992
Postcard first used in US, 1870
John Steinbeck was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature, 1962
Taiwan restored to Chinese rule, 1945
Albert Anastasia, gangster, killed (while getting a haircut), 1957
Bill Graham, rock promoter, died, 1991
Geoffrey Chaucer, English poet (“Canterbury Tales”), died, 1400
George III became English Sovereign, 1760
Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison, wife of Benjamin Harrison, died, 1892
Charge of the Light Brigade (Crimean War), 1854
The UN General Assembly removed Taiwan and admitted mainland China, 1971
First female FBI agents completed training, 1972