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       TODAY'S ALMANAC- Wednesday Jan 24, 2007
    "The History, Days and Events that Shape Your Life" 
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        Linus Pauling said, "The best way to have a 
        good idea is to have lots of ideas."

Today is Wednesday, Jan. 24, the 24th day of 2007 with 341 to 
follow. The moon is waning. The morning stars are Mercury, 
Jupiter, Pluto, Venus and Saturn. The evening stars are Mars, 
Uranus and Neptune.

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Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn are:

the Roman Emperor Hadrian in A.D. 76; 

English dramatist William Congreve in 1670; 

Frederick the Great of Prussia in 1712; 

British social reformer Edwin Chadwick in 1800; 

author Edith Wharton in 1862; 

abstract painter Robert Motherwell in 1915; 

former sportscaster Jack Brickhouse in 1916; 

actor Ernest Borgnine in 1917 (age 89); 

evangelist Oral Roberts in 1918 (age 88); 

ballet dancer Maria Tallchief Paschen in 1925 (age 81); 

singers Neil Diamond and Aaron Neville, both in 1941 (age 65); 

comedian John Belushi in 1949; 

actor Michael Ontkean in 1950 (age 56); 

comedian Yakov Smirnoff in 1951 (age 55); 

actress Nastassja Kinksi in 1960 (age 46); 

Olympic gold medal gymnast Mary Lou Retton in 1968 (age 38).

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In 1848, gold was discovered at John Sutter's mill near 
Sacramento, Calif. The discovery touched off the great gold 
rush of 1849.
In 1908, the first Boy Scout troop was organized in England 
by Robert Baden-Powell, a general in the British army. (The 
Boy Scout movement spread to the United States two years 
In 1916, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that an income tax 
was unconstitutional.
In 1935, beer was sold in cans for the first time, in 
Richmond, Va.
In 1965, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill 
died at age 91.
In 1990, Soviet forces shelled merchant ships blockading 
the harbor in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku.
In 1991, Saudi jet fighters shot down the first enemy 
planes of the Persian Gulf War, while U.S. forces sank an 
Iraqi minesweeper and forced Iraqi troops off an island 
near Kuwait.
In 1993, retired Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, 
the first black to serve on the nation's highest court, 
died of cardiac arrest at age 84.
Also in 1993, Thomas A. Dorsey, known as the father of 
gospel music for adding rhythm to church hymns, died at  93.
In 1996, the fat substitute Olestra was approved for sale 
by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
In 1999, the International Olympic Committee expelled six 
IOC members in the wake of charges that money and other 
compensation had been accepted from officials whose cities 
were bidding to host the Games.
Also in 1999, Jordan's King Hussein, who was seriously ill, 
named his son Abdullah as crown prince. Abdullah replaced 
his father's younger brother as successor to the throne.
In 2002, John Walker Lindh, the 20-year-old American seized 
with the Taliban in Afghanistan, appeared in an Alexandria, 
Va., court to hear the charges against him. He was accused 
conspiring to kill Americans and helping terrorist groups.
Also in 2002, committees from both houses of Congress began 
public hearings into the bankruptcy of the Enron Corporation.
In 2003, a new report said the global economic slowdown that 
began about two years ago had wiped out some 20 million jobs, 
bringing total world unemployment to perhaps 180 million 
Also in 2003, a U.S. government program to vaccinate 
half-million front-line healthcare workers in case of 
bio-terrorist attack began on this date.
In 2004, a purported statement by al-Qaida in Yemen warned 
of a "major strike" soon in the United States. No attack
materialized, however.
Also in 2004, after years of denials, Pakistan admitted 
scientists may have sold nuclear designs to other nations 
probably "for personal financial gain."
In 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected an attempt by 
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to prevent the husband of Terri 
Schiavo from removing her life support system. Lower court 
rulings said the severely brain-damaged woman was in a 
"persistent vegetative state."
Also in 2005, a scientific report claimed the world was 
less than 10 years away from irreversible global 
catastrophe because of global warming.

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