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       TODAY'S ALMANAC- Monday Jan 22, 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 Monday, Jan. 22, the 22nd day of 2007 with 343 to 
follow. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are Mars, 
Jupiter and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus, Mercury, 
Uranus and Neptune.


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

Russian Czar Ivan III, known as Ivan the Great, in 1440; 

English philosopher and statesman Francis Bacon in 1561; 

French physicist Andre Ampere in 1775; 

British poet George Byron in 1788; 

D.W. Griffith, legendary silent film director ("Birth of a 
Nation"), in 1875; 

U.N. Secretary-General U Thant in 1909; 

actresses Ann Sothern in 1909 

Piper Laurie in 1932 (age 75); 

actor Bill Bixby in 1934; 

soul singer Sam Cooke in 1935; 

author Joseph Wambaugh in 1937 (age 70); 

actor John Hurt in 1940 (age 67); 

Journey lead singer Steve Perry in 1949 (age 58); 

and actors Linda Blair ("The Exorcist") in 1959 (age 48); 

Olivia D'Abo in 1969 (age 38) 

and Balthazar Getty in 1975 (age 32).

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In 1771, Spain ceded the Falkland Islands to Britain.
In 1901, Queen Victoria of Britain died at age 82 after a 
reign of 64 years.
In 1943, U.S. and Australian troops took New Guinea in the 
first land victory over the Japanese in World War II.
In 1944, U.S. troops invaded Italy, landing at Anzio beach 
in a move to outflank German defensive positions.
In 1973, in the Roe vs. Wade decision, the U.S. Supreme 
Court struck down state laws restricting abortions during 
the first six months of pregnancy.
In 1985, a cold wave damaged 90 percent of the Florida 
citrus crop.
In 1987, Glen Tremml, 27, pedaled the ultralight aircraft 
Eagle over Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., for a human-
powered flight record of 37.2 miles.
In 1991, Iraq launched a Scud missile attack against 
Israel, injuring 98 people. Three others died of heart 
In 1995, two Palestinians killed 18 Israeli soldiers, a 
civilian and themselves in a bombing outside a military 
camp in central Israel.
In 1996, Costas Simitis was chosen to be prime minister 
of Greece. His predecessor, Andreas Papandreou, had 
stepped down due to ill health.
In 1998, accused bomber Ted Kaczynski pleaded guilty to 
all counts against him in California and New Jersey. He 
was sentenced to life in prison on May 4.
In 2003, the U.S. Senate approved the nomination of 
former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge to be the first 
secretary of Homeland Security by a 94-0 vote.
Also in 2003, snowboard pioneer Craig Kelly died in a 
British Columbia avalanche.
In 2004, Enron's former chief accounting officer pleaded 
innocent to charges of securities fraud and conspiracy.
In 2005, the Indian navy in New Delhi reported finding a 
tsunami victim 25 days after he had been sucked into the 
sea and tossed onto a small island where he survived on 
coconuts until rescued.
In 2006, Israeli Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz said his 
country was prepared to "defend itself" if Iran did not
halt its nuclear research program.
Also in 2006, more than 100,000 passengers were reported 
stranded by heavy snow that paralyzed part of China's 
railway network for 24 hours.

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