Milestones: Jul. 21, 1967

Born. To Teddy Kennedy, 35, youngest of the clan, and Joan Kennedy, 30: their third child, second son, making Joe and Rose grandparents for the 26th time; in Boston.

Died. Thomas Gaetano Luchese, 67, alias "Three-Finger Brown" (he lost his right forefinger in an accident), shadowy underworld figure named in 1963 by Gangland Songbird Joe Valachi as a ranking dope racketeer and presumed successor to Frank Costello as the Mafia's New York political fix-it man, a dapper native of Sicily whose only prison time, despite two murder arrests, was a short term on a 1922 stolen-car rap, all the while fiercely maintaining...

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