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    October 4th:

    2001 - In Washington, DC, Reagan National Airport re-opened. The airport had been closed since the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001.
    1990 - FOX began airing "Beverly Hills 90210." It ran for 10 seasons.
    1976 - Barbara Walters joined Harry Reasoner at the anchor desk of the "ABC Evening News" for the first time
    1970 - Janis Joplin was found dead of a heroin overdose at the age of 27. She had just finished recording her second album "Pearl."
    1962 - "Love Me Do" was released by the Beatles
    1957 - "Leave it to Beaver" debuted on CBS-TV.
    1931 - The comic strip "Dick Tracy" made its debut in the Detroit Daily Mirror. The strip was created by Chester Gould.
    1535 - The first complete English translation of the Bible was printed in Zurich, Switzerland

    Elena Katina (singer for dance/rock duo Tatu) 1984
    Rachel Leigh Cook ("She's All That", "Antitrust", "Josie and the Pussycats", "11:14") 1979
    Alicia Silverstone ("Clueless", "A Blast From the Past" star got her start in the mid-'90s in several Aerosmith music videos) 1976
    Anne Rice (author writes mainly about Witches and Vampires) 1941
    Leroy Van Dyke (country/pop singer most famous for the hit "Just Walk On By") 1929
    Charlton Heston ["Ben-Hur", "The 10 Commandments", "Planet of the Apes", was 3-term President of the National Rifle Association (NRA)] 1924
    Rutherford B. Hayes (19th US President 1877-81) 1822

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    October 5th:

    World Teachers' Day

    1999 - Prince released the single "The Greatest Romance Ever Sold." From the mostly rock album "Rave Unto the Joy Fantastic", it was said to be his comeback album, even though he had released albums consistantly throughout the '90s.
    1989 - Jim Bakker, a televangelist, was convicted of using his television show to defraud his viewers.
    1991 - Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev announced that his country would cut its nuclear arsenal in response to the arms reduction that was initiated by U.S. President George Bush.
    1975 - "Cats in the Cradle" was released by Harry Chapin.
    1974 - American David Kunst completed the first journey around the world on foot. It took four years and 21 pairs of shoes. He crossed four continents and walked 14,450 miles.
    1969 - "Monty Python's Flying Circus" debuted on BBC television.
    1968 - "White Room" by Cream was released. Cream, which included Eric Clapton, were only together 5 years, releasing 4 albums.
    1968 - "Magic Carpet Ride" was released by Steppenwolf.
    1951 - "The Honeymooners" was introduced during Jackie Gleason's first variety series "Cavalcade of Stars."
    1947 - U.S. President Harry S. Truman held the first televised presidential address from the White House. The subject was the current international food crisis.

    Nicky Hilton (The lesser known of the Hilton Sisters) 1983
    Kate Winslet (English actress best known for her topless scene in "Titanic", also was in several little-seen movies: "Eternal Sunshine", "Quills", "The Life of David Gale", "Finding Neverland", "Iris", "Romance & Cigarettes", "Hideous Kinky", "Enigma") 1975
    Guy Pearce (New Zealand/English actor: "Memento", "The Time Machine", "L.A. Confidential", "The Count of Monte Cristo") 1967
    Bernie Mac (born Bernard McCullough, commedian had a sitcom that ran for 5 years: "The Bernie Mac Show") 1957
    Karen Allen ("Raiders of the Lost Ark") 1951
    Steve Miller (singer: "The Joker", "Take the Money and Run", "Rock 'n' Me", "Fly Like An Eagle", "Jet Airliner", "Jungle Love", "Abracadabra") 1943
    Bil Keane (created the Christian comic strip "The Family Circus") 1922
    Donald Pleasence (Dr. Loomis in "Halloween 1-2, 4-6", "You Only Live Twice", "All Quiet on the Western Front (1979)", "Oh God") 1919
    Ray Kroc (Founded McDonald's Restaurnt in 1954) 1902
    Chester Arthur (21st US President 1881-85) 1829



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    October 6th:

    2002 - Opus Dei founder Josemaría Escrivá is canonized (made into a saint). The group was made famous in "The DaVinci Code."
    2000 - The first episode of CBS's "CSI: Las Vegas" aired.
    1996 - Faith Hill and Tim McGraw were married.
    1939 - Adolf Hitler denied any intention to wage war against Britain and France in an address to Reichstag.
    1847 - "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte was first published in London.

    Amy Jo Johnson ("Power Rangers" pink ranger later starred in "Felicity") 1970
    Matthew Sweet (guitarist/singer: solo: "Girlfriend", "We're the Same", "Where Do You Get Love?", "What Matters", "I Don't Want To Know", as singer for The Thorns: "I Can't Remember") 1964
    Elizabeth Shue ("Palmetto", "Heart and Souls", "The Trigger Effect", "Molly", "Mysterious Skin") 1963
    George Westinghouse (developed a train brake, AC electrical power) 1846



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    Oct 7th:

    Full Moon (Harvest Moon)

    2003 - In California, Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor in the recall election of Governor Gray Davis.
    2001 - The U.S. and Great Britain began airstrikes in Afghanistan in response to that state's support of terrorism and Osama bin Laden. The act was the first military action taken in response to the terrorist attacks on the U.S. on September 11, 2001.
    2001 - Barry Bonds (San Francisco Giants) hit his 73rd home run of the season and set a new major league record.
    1968 - The Motion Picture Association of America adopted the film-rating system that ranged G, PG, PG-13, R, X. X was later changed to NC-17.
    1950 - The U.S.-led U.N. forces crossed the 38th parallel and entered North Korea. China in November proved their threat to enter the war by sending several hundred thousand troops over the border into North Korea.
    1913 - For the first time, Henry Ford's entire Highland Park automobile factory was run on a continuously moving assembly line when the chassis was added to the process.

    Taylor Hicks (Winner of "American Idol 2006" released the single "Do I Make You Proud?") 1976
    Rachel McAdams ("The Hot Chick", "Mean Girls", "Red Eye") 1976
    Toni Braxton (R&B singer: "Another Sad Love Song", "Unbreak My Heart", "Breathe Again") 1968
    Thom Yorke (singer for Radiohead: "Creep", "Fake Plastic Trees", "High and Dry", "Karma Police", "No Surprises", "How to Disappear Completely", "The Pyramid Song", "There There") 1968
    Simon Cowell (British judge on "American Idol") 1959
    Michael W. Smith (Christian/pop singer with several mainstream hits since 1983: "I Will Be Here For You", "Place in This World", "Signs", "Healing Rain", "Missing Person", "Above All", "I'll Lead You Home") 1957
    Yo-Yo Ma (classical cellist) 1955
    Vladimir Putin (Russian President elected in 2000) 1952
    John Cougar Mellencamp ("Jack and Diane", "Pink Houses", "R-O-C-K in the USA", "Human Wheels") 1951
    Dave Hope (Bassist for Kansas: "Carry On My Wayward Son", "Dust in the Wind") 1947
    Oliver North (Lt-Col in the US Marines, fired by President Reagon for selling weapons to Iran in The Iran-Contra Scandal) 1943
    Joy Behar (Co-host of the talk show "The View") 1943



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    Oct 8th:

    2004 - The first-ever direct presidential elections were held in Afghanistan.
    2004 - At Alderson Federal Prison Camp, WV, Martha Stewart began her five-month prison sentence. The sentence was imposed for Stewart lying about a stock sale.
    2000 - NBC debuted the television series "Ed." The show ran for four seasons, 83 episodes.
    2000 - The first episode of "Nikki" aired on the WB network. The show only ran for 2 seasons.
    1980 - Prince released the album "Dirty Mind". It was his 3rd album.
    1971 - The Communist anthem "Imagine" was released by John Lennon.
    1957 - Jerry Lee Lewis released the song "Great Balls Of Fire."
    1944 - "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" debuted on CBS radio. It changed over to TV in 1952 and ran for a total of 501 episodes.
    1871 - The Great Fire of Chicago broke out destroying about 17,450 buildings. About 250 people were killed and 90,000 were left homeless.

    Kristanna Loken ("Terminator 3", was added to the cast of the upcoming 4th season of "The L-Word") 1979
    Matt Damon ("Good Will Hunting", "The Bourne Identity") 1970
    Julia Ann (Tavella) (Began in porn in 1993) 1969
    Sigourney Weaver ("Aliens" movie series, "Heartbreakers") 1949
    Chevy Chase ("Saturday Night Live", four "Vacation" movies) 1943
    R.L. Stine (writes scary "Goosebumps" book series for children) 1943
    Paul Hogan (Australian actor best known for "Crocodile Dundee") 1939



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    October 9th:

    Christopher Columbus Day (US)
    Thanksgiving Day (Canada)

    2006 - North Korea announces that it has tested its first nuclear device.
    2005 - Smoking is fully banned on the UK rail network.
    2005 - When Tropical Depression 23 strengthens into Hurricane Vince it makes the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season the first season on record to use a name beginning with V.
    1994 - US President Clinton sent troops and warships to the Persian Gulf in response to Saddam Hussein sending thousands of troops and hundreds of tanks toward the Kuwaiti border.
    1967 - Doc Severinsen replaced Skitch Henderson as musical director of "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."
    1946 - The first electric blanket went on sale in Petersburg, VA.
    1936 - The first generator at Boulder Dam began transmitting electricity to Los Angeles, CA. The name of the dam was later changed to Hoover Dam.
    1888 - The public was admitted to the Washington Monument for the first time.
    1876 - Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson made their longest telephone call to date. It was a distance of two miles.
    1776 - A group of Spanish missionaries settled in what is now San Francisco, CA.
    1002 - The famous Viking, Leif Erikson, and his crew landed on North America. This is believed to be the first time a non-native reached the Western Hemisphere since Pangea broke apart.

    Zachery Ty Bryan (The eldest son Brad Taylor on the sitcom "Home Improvement") 1981
    Brandon Routh (Clark Kent in "Superman Returns") 1979
    Steve Burns (Creator and original host of the popular children's show "Blues Clues") 1973
    Tony Shalhoub (played the lead role on TV's "Monk") 1953
    Scott Bakula (star of "Quantum Leap" series became the captain on "Enterprise") 1954
    Sharon Osbourne (Ozzy's wife had a short-lived talk show) 1952
    Jackson Browne (singer/songwriter of the '70s-80s: "The Pretender", "The Load-Out/Stay") 1948
    Brian Lamb (founder and CEO of the American TV channel C-SPAN) 1941
    John Lennon (Beatles' singer recorded the Communist anthem "Imagine") 1940



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    October 10:

    2001 - U.S. President George W. Bush presented a list of 22 most wanted terrorists.
    1973 - Fiji became independent after of nearly a century of British rule.
    1965 - The Red Baron made his first appearance in the "Peanuts" comic strip.
    1964 - Shangri-Las released "Leader Of The Pack."
    1962 - The BBC banned the song "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett.
    1911 - China's Manchu dynasty was overthrown by communiat revolutionaries under Sun Yat-sen.
    1865 - The billiard ball was patented by John Wesley Hyatt.

    Dale Earnhardt, Jr. (son of a famous NASCAR racer who died while racing became a NASCAR racer himself) 1974
    Mike Malinin (drummer for the Goo Goo Dolls: "Already There", "Iris", "Slide", "Here is Gone", "Stay With Me") 1967
    Tanya Tucker (country singer had her first hit at 14: "Delta Dawn", "Would You Lay With Me (In a Field of Stone)", "Love Me Like You Used To") 1958
    David Lee Roth (original singer for Van Halen: "Jump", "Panama") 1955
    Edward D. Wood, Jr. (directed several bad B-Sci/fi and horror movies in the 1950s-60s, directed "Plan 9 From Outer Space" which won "Worst Movie Ever Made," he was portrayed by Jonny Depp in the biopic "Ed Wood" in 1993) 1924
    Thelonious Monk (jazz pianist invented Bebop music) 1917



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    October 11th:

    Coming Out Day

    2006 - NY Yankees (American baseball) pitcher Cory Lidle crashed his personal plane into a high-rise condo in NY City. Cory, along with his co-pilot and 4 others in the building died.
    1994 - The Colorado Supreme Court declared that the anti-gay rights measure in the state was unconstitutional.
    1975 - "Saturday Night Live" was broadcast for the first time. George Carlin was the guest host.
    1975 - Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham were married in Fayetteville, AR.
    1932 - In New York, the first telecast of a political campaign was aired.
    1881 - David Henderson Houston patented the first roll film for cameras.

    Michelle Wie (Hawaiian golfer played in the LPGA at age 12) 1989
    Michelle Trachtenberg (child star acted in: "Harriet the Spy", "Buffy (TV)", "Inspector Gadget", "Ice Princess", "Euro Trip") 1985
    Emily Deschanel (sister of Zooey, stars in the TV series "Bones", also in movies: "It Could Happen To You", "Cold Mountain", "The Alamo", "Spider-Man 2", "Glory Road", "Boogeyman") 1976
    Artie Lange ("MADtv" commedian became Howard Stern's radio co-host) 1967
    "Donita Dunes" (pornstar known for her enhanced 44GG breasts) 1966
    Luke Perry (TV: "90210", "Oz") 1966
    Mike Nelson (head writer and human star of "Mystery Science Thearer 3000") 1964
    Eleanor Roosevelt (US First Lady during the Great Depression and WW2) 1884
    John Henry Heinz (Founder of "57 Varieties" of Heinz ketchup) 1844
    Parson Mason Weems (Journalist remembered for his fictitious stories that he presented as fact. He was responsible for the story about George Washington cutting down his father's cherry tree.) 1759

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    October 12th:

    2001 - A special episode of America's Most Wanted was aired that focused on 22 wanted terrorists. The show was specifically requested by U.S. President George W. Bush.
    1997 - John Denver ("Rocky Mountain High", "Country Roads", "Sunshine on My Shoulder", "Leaving on a Jet Plane", "Thank God I'm a Country Boy") was killed when the plane he was piloting crashed into Monterey Bay, CA. He was 53 years old.
    1997 - A Backstreet Boys concert in a central Madrid square was cancelled by city officials. 300 girls had to be treated after fainting in the heat. More than 7,000 fans came to the event that expected no more than 5,000.
    1970 - Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's opera "Jesus Christ Superstar" debuted on Broadway.
    1938 - Filming began on "The Wizard of Oz."
    1492 - Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer, sighted Watling Island in the Bahamas. He believed that he had found Asia while attempting to find a Western ocean route to India. The same day he claimed the land for Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain. In all his travels, Columbus or his crews never set foot on mainland North or South America.

    Josh Hutcherson ("Zathura", "RV") 1992
    Kirk Cameron (TV: "Growing Pains", movie: "Left Behind") 1970
    Hugh Jackman ("X-Men") 1968
    Carlos Bernard (Tony Almeida on "24") 1962
    Sally Ride (First American woman in space) 1951
    Luciano Pavarotti (sang opera with The Three Tenors) 1935

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    Oct 13th:

    Friday the 13th

    1995 - Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida admitted its 500-millionth guest.
    1992 - A commercial flight record was set by an Air France supersonic jetliner for circling the Earth in 33 hours and one minute.
    1963 - The Beatles appeared on the BBC's "Sunday Night at the Palladium." It was their first appearance on a major TV show.
    1943 - During World War II, Italy signed an armistice with the Allies and declared war on Germany.

    Christine Young (pornstar, left for Africa to do humanitarian work in April 2006) 1983
    Jon Micah Sumrall (lead singer for rock band Kutless: "Run", "Tonight", "Not What You See", "Sea of Faces", "Treason", "Shut Me Out", "Smile", "Hearts of the Innocent", had a song on the "Narnia" soundtrack) 1980
    Ashanti (R&B singer's debut in 2002) 1980
    Marie Osmond (hosted, with her brother, a variety show and talk show) 1959
    Chris Carter (creator of TV's "The X-Files", "Millenium" and 2 other, short-lived, TV series: "Harsh Realm", and "The Lone Gunmen" an X-Files spinoff) 1956
    Sammy Hagar (replaced David Lee Roth as singer of Van Halen in mid-80s, most famous for singing "Right Now" and "I Can't Drive 55") 1947
    Paul Simon (1/2 of Simon and Garfunkel: "The Bridge Over Troubled Water", "The Boxer", "Mrs. Robinson", solo sang: "You Can Call Me Al", "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover", "Graceland") 1941
    Lenny Bruce (Foul-mouthed commedian arrested several times in 1950-60s, bannned from performing in several major cities in US and Australia) 1925
    Margaret Thatcher (conservative Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1979-1990) 1925

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    October 14th:

    Last Quarter Moon

    2006 - Beginning on October 11, record amounts of snow fell in Buffalo and other parts of Western NY state. By Saturday, the city had 23 inches of snow (the most ever for the city in October), 3 people had died, and thousands were without electricity and water.
    1981 - Prince released the album "Controversy". It was his 4th album.
    1975 - "Rock & Roll All Night" was released by KISS.
    1964 - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his non-violent resistance to racial prejudice in America. He was the youngest person to receive the award.
    1962 - The Cuban Missile Crisis began when U.S. reconnaissance aircrafts photographed Soviet construction of intermediate-range missile sites in Cuba.
    1957 - "Jailhouse Rock" by Elvis Presley was released.
    1926 - The book "Winnie-the-Pooh," by A.A. Milne, was published.

    Terrence McGee (American football cornerback for the Buffalo Bills) 1980
    Stacy Keibler (Female wrestler in the WWE) 1979
    Usher (R&B singer: "Yeah", "Confessions", "Burn") 1979
    jessica drake (born Angela Patrice Heaslet, began in porn in 1999, she chooses to have her stage name all lowercase letters) 1976
    Ralph Lauren (Clothes designer) 1939
    Roger Moore (replaced Sean Connery as James Bond in several films) 1929
    e.e. Cummings (poet) 1894
    Dwight Eisenhower (34th US President 1953-61) 1890
    William Penn (US Quaker Colonial leader founded the colony of Pennsylvania) 1644

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    October 15th:

    White Cane Safety Day, a day for blind and visually impared people
    Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day

    1977 - "Rumours," the second album from Fleetwood Mac, was released.
    1951 - The first episode of "I Love Lucy" aired on CBS.
    1892 - The U.S. government announced that the land in the western Montana was open to settlers. The 1.8 million acres were bought from the Crow Indians for 50 cents per acre.
    1860 - Grace Bedell, 11 years old, wrote a letter to presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln. The letter stated that Lincoln would look better if he would grow a beard.

    Jaci Velasquez (Latina Christian/Pop singer: "I Will Rest In You", "Every Time I Fall", "God So Loved the World", "I Get on My Knees", "If This World", she was in the movie "Chasing Papi") 1979
    Vanessa Marcil (starrd in the series "Las Vegas") 1969
    Emeril Lagasse (TV chef "kicked it up a notch" with his short-lived sitcom) 1959
    Toriano Adaryll "Tito" Jackson (Member of The Jackson 5 and started the group T3 in the '90s) 1953
    Richard Carpenter (sang with his sister Karen as The Carpenters: "Close To You", "Top of the World", "We've Only Just Begun", "Rainy Days and Mondays", "It's Going To Take Some Time", "Hurting Each Other", "Sing a Song") 1946
    Penny Marshall (directed the sitcom "Laverne and Shirley" and movies such as "Big") 1942
    Mario Puzo (author wrote "The Godfather" in 1969) 1920



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    October 16th:

    World Food Day
    Boss' Day

    2002 - The Arthur Andersen accounting firm was sentenced to five years probation and fined $500,000 for obstructing a federeal investigation of the energy company Enron.
    2002 - It was reported that North Korea had told the U.S. that it had a secret nuclear weapons program in violation of an 1994 agreement with the U.S.
    1992 - Sinead O'Connor was booed off stage at Madison Square Garden during a show to honor Bob Dylan.
    1971 - Isaac Hayes' "Theme From Shaft" was released.
    1968 - The New Yardbirds played their first concert. The band later changed their name to Led Zeppelin.
    1962 - U.S. President Kennedy was informed that there were missile bases in Cuba, beginning the Cuban missile crisis.
    1946 - 10 Nazi war criminals were hanged after being condemned by the Nuremberg trials.
    1923 - Walt Disney contracted with M.J. Winkler to distribute the Alice Comedies. This event is recognized as the start of the Disney Company.
    1859 - Abolitionist John Brown led a raid on Harper's Ferry, VA (now located in West Virginia). He was looking for the government's store of weapons to use in a fight against slavery.
    1793 - During the French Revolution, Queen Marie Antoinette was beheaded.

    Melissa Lauren (pornstar into bondage and S&M, caught chlamydia) 1984
    Erin Dewright aka Erin Brown aka Misty Mundae (softcore/lesbian actress) 1979
    John Mayer (boring singer/songwriter sings "Your Body is a Wonderland") 1977
    Wendy Wilson (singer in the pop group Wilson Phillips) 1969
    Flea (born Michael Peter Balzary, bassist for Red Hot Chili Peppers, played Needles in "Back To The Future 2&3") 1962
    Tim Robbins (strongly liberal actor: "Bull Durham", "The Shawshank Redemption", "Mystic River", "High Fidelity", "Antitrust") 1958
    David Zucker (director: "Airplane", The "Naked Gun" movies, "Baseketball", "Scary Movie 3, 4, & 5") 1947
    Suzanne Somers (Sitcoms: "Three's Company", "Step By Step" and she sold excercise equipment) 1946
    Angela Lansbury (TV: "Murder, She Wrote") 1925
    Noah Webster (started the first dictionary) 1758



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    October 17th:

    1979 - Mother Teresa of India was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
    1933 - "News-Week" appeared for the first time at newsstands. The name was later changed to "Newsweek."
    1917 - The Radio Corporation of America (RCA) was formed.
    1888 - The first issue of "National Geographic Magazine" was released at newsstands.
    1777 - American troops defeated British forces in Saratoga, NY. It was the turning point in the American Revolutionary War.

    Marshal Mathers aka Eminem aka Slim Shady (Rapper starred in the movie "8 Mile") 1972
    Wyclef Jean (rapper/R&B singer started with The Fugees, sang "Maria, Maria" with Santana) 1972
    Chris Kirkpatrick (Nsync) 1971
    Norm MacDonald ("SNL" comedian had his own sitcom "Norm") 1963
    Mike Judge (creator of animated "Office Space" skits on "SNL" and the live-action feature movie "Office Space", also created cartoon series "Beavis and Butthead" and its spin-off cartoon series "King of the Hill") 1962
    Alan Jackson (country singer: "Remember When", "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)", "Pop a Top", "It Must Be Love", "Livin' On Love", "It's 5:00 Somewhere", "Mercury Blues") 1958
    Margot Kidder (Lois Lane in "Superman") 1948
    George Wendt (Norm on the sitcom "Cheers") 1948
    Evel Knievel (daredevil) 1938
    Arthur Miller (playwright: "Death of a Salesman") 1915



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    October 18th:

    1997 - Hanson sang the national anthem at the opening game of the World Series.
    1988 - The first episode of "Roseanne" aired on ABC.
    1898 - The American flag was raised in Puerto Rico only one year after the Caribbean nation won its independence from Spain.
    1867 - The U.S. took formal possession of Alaska from Russia. The land was purchased of a total of $7 million dollars (2 cents per acre).
    1767 - The Mason-Dixon line was agreed upon. It was the boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania. North of he line would contain free states, south would contain slave states.

    Azlea Antistia (former Guess? model became a pornstar in 1998) 1976
    Jean-Claude Van Damme (action/martial arts movie actor) 1960
    Gary Richrath (singer for REO Speedwagon: "Take It On the Run", "Keep On Loving You", "Time For Me To Fly", "Can't Fight This Feeling", "Roll With The Changes") 1949
    Lee Harvey Oswald (John F. Kennedy's assasin was later shot by Jack Ruby) 1939
    Dawn Wells (Mary Ann on the sitcom "Gilligan's Island") 1938
    Peter Boyle (Tim Allen's Boss on "The Santa Clause", Ray's father on the sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond") 1935
    George C. Scott (played General "Patton" in an award-winning movie, also portrayed Ebeneezer Scrooge in the most famous version of "The Christmas Carol") 1927
    Chuck Berry (early rocker/guitar player: "Johnny B Goode", "No Particular Place To Go", "You Never Can Tell", "Rock and Roll Music") 1926



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