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     TODAY'S ALMANAC-Thursday Sep 07, 2006
    "The History, Days and Events that Shape Your Life" 

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Today is Thursday, Sept. 7, the 250th of 2006 with 115 to 
follow. The moon is full. The morning stars are Saturn and 
Venus. The evening stars are Neptune, Mercury, Mars, 
Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto.


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Those born on this date are under the sign of Virgo include:

England's Queen Elizabeth I in 1533; 

American primitive painter Anna "Grandma" Moses in 1860; 

financier J. Pierpont Morgan Jr. in 1867; 

heart surgeon Dr. Michael DeBakey in 1908 (age 98); 

film director Elia Kazan in 1909; 

physicist and rocket developer James Van Allen in 1914; 

actor Peter Lawford in 1923; 

Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, in 1924 (age 82); 

rock 'n' roll pioneer Buddy Holly in 1936; 

actors John Philip Law ("The Russians Are Coming, 
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Richard Roundtree in 1942 (age 64); 

Julie Kavner in 1951 (age 55) 

and Corbin Bernsen in 1954 (age 52); 

and musician Michael Feinstein in 1956 (age 50).

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On this date in history:

In 1822, Brazil declared independence from Portugal.
In 1892, James Corbett knocked out John L. Sullivan in the 
21st round of a prizefight at New Orleans, the first major 
fight under the Marquess of Queensberry Rules.
In 1901, the Boxer Rebellion in China ended with the Boxer 
In 1926, Hollywood studios closed for the day in honor of 
the funeral of Rudolph Valentino, the silent movie superstar 
who had died after ulcer surgery.
In 1940, Nazi Germany launched the London blitz, a bombing 
that Adolf Hitler believed would soften Britain for invasion. 
The invasion never materialized.
In 1977, U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Panamanian dictator 
Omar Torrijos signed a treaty agreeing to transfer control 
of the Panama Canal from the United States to Panama at the 
end of the 20th century.
In 1986, Desmond Tutu was installed as the Anglican 
archbishop of Cape Town, becoming first black titular head 
of South Africa's fourth-largest Christian church.
In 1992, black soldiers in the South African homeland of 
Ciskei killed 23 people and wounded nearly 200 others 
when they fired on thousands of African National Congress 
Also in 1992, 12 people were killed when a twin-engine 
plane carrying skydivers crashed in a soybean field in 
Hinckley, Ill.
In 1993, South Africa's ruling National Party agreed to 
share power with a multi-party council that would be 
established within two months.
In 1996, "Dr. Death" Jack Kevorkian assisted in a 40th 
suicide in Michigan.
In 2003, U.S. President George W. Bush asked Congress for 
$87 billion to pay for the occupation and reconstruction 
of Iraq.
In 2004, the U.S. military death toll in Iraq passed the
1,000 mark.
Also in 2004, September's third hurricane, named Ivan, 
struck Grenada with150 mph sustained winds, killing about 
40 people, and headed toward the United States.
In 2005, authorities report finding 32 bodies drowned in 
a New Orleans nursing home where people did not evacuate 
in face of the rampaging floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina.
Also in 2005, a U.S. grand jury indicted a Georgian man 
for allegedly trying to kill U.S. President George Bush 
with a hand grenade during a Bush visit to the Georgian 
capital of Tbilisi in May. The grenade failed to detonate.
And, a report to the United Nations cited alleged 
corruption in the U.N.'s administration of the oil-for-food 
program in which Iraq under Saddam Hussein could sell a 
limited amount of oil ostensibly for humanitarian needs 
such as food and medicine.
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