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       TODAY'S ALMANAC -Monday, January 23, 2006
    "The History, Days and Events that Shape Your Life" 
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       it was Mark Twain who said, "Keep away from 
       people who try to belittle your ambition. 
       Small people always do that, but the really 
       great make you feel that you, too, can 
       become great."

Today is Monday, Jan. 23, the 23rd day of 2006 with 342 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 today under the of Aquarius include:

French author Stendhal, a pseudonym for Marie Henri Beyle, in 1783; 

French Impressionist painter Edouard Manet in 1832; 

Russian film director Sergei Eisenstein in 1898; 

actors Randolph Scott in 1903 and Dan Duryea in 1907; 

comedian Ernie Kovacs in 1919; 

actress/singer Chita Rivera in 1933 (age 73); 

actors Gil Gerard in 1943 (age 63), 

Rutger Hauer in 1944 (age 62), 

and Richard Dean Anderson in 1950 (age 56); 

Princess Caroline of Monaco in 1957 (age 49); 

and actresses Gail O'Grady in 1963 (age 43) 

and Tiffini-Amber Thiessen in 1974 (age 32).

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On this date in history:

In 1845, the U.S. Congress decided that all national 
elections would take place on the first Tuesday following 
the first Monday in November.
In 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman in U.S. 
history to receive a medical degree.
In 1922, at Toronto General Hospital, 14-year-old Canadian 
Leonard Thompson became the first person to receive an 
insulin injection as treatment for diabetes.
In 1948, Gen. Dwight Eisenhower said he could not accept a 
presidential nomination from either party. Four years later, 
he ran as a Republican and was elected 34th president of the 
United States.
In 1968, the USS Pueblo was seized in the Sea of Japan by 
North Korea, which claimed the ship was on a spy mission. 
The crew was held for 11 months before being released on 
Dec. 22, 1968.
In 1971, the temperature at Prospect Creek, Alaska, dropped 
to 80 degrees below zero, the lowest temperature recorded in 
the United States.
In 1973, President Richard Nixon announced that U.S. troops
would cease fighting in Vietnam at midnight Jan. 27.
In 1980, President Jimmy Carter reinstated the Selective 
Service System.
In 1988, Sandinista missiles downed a cargo plane that was 
dropping U.S.-financed supplies to Contra rebels in 
southeastern Nicaragua. Four crewmen were killed.
In 1991, Gen. Colin Powell, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of 
Staff, said heavy bombing had destroyed Iraq's two operating 
nuclear reactors and damaged chemical facilities.
Also in 1991, Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady asked 
Congress for another $80 billion toward the bailout of the 
nation's troubled savings and loan industry.
In 1993, convicted "diet doc" killer Jean Harris was freed, 
discharged from a New York state hospital after heart 
surgery and with a grant of clemency from the governor.
In 1997, Madeline Albright was sworn into office to become 
the first woman U.S. secretary of State.
In 2003, Pope John Paul II lobbied European governments to 
officially recognize the European Union's Christian roots.
In 2004, Senate Democrats demanded an investigation of U.S. 
government dealings with Halliburton Co. following 
revelations of kickbacks on Iraq contracts.
Also in 2004, Bob Keeshan, the easy-going, bushy-mustached 
actor who created the classic children's television show 
"Captain Kangaroo," died at the age of 76.
In 2005, Johnny Carson, host of TV's "Tonight Show" for 
30 years and a powerful presence in American entertainment, 
died of emphysema at age 79.
Also in 2005, the Pentagon reportedly created a new 
espionage arm that gave U.S. Defense Secretary Donald 
Rumsfeld broad authority over clandestine operations abroad.
And, Viktor Yushchenko was sworn in as Ukraine's president, 
ending a tumultuous election and promising a period of 
radical, liberal reforms.
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