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You decide if you want your children taught this in schools. I offer you their sales pitch from the company who's training our teachers and a parent's reaction to what's being taught. Is it math, science, history, or indoctrination? Judge for yourself watch both these video clips. https://youtu.be/hMZeSP1TC7s Here is the link to Lesa who speaks against the racist, sexist, socialist curriculum being taught in public schools. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcWWgpOrW1Y&t=40s
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DID YOU KNOW?

According to a NFL survey, the Seahawks have the most annoying fans. The New England Patriots came in second.Those that take cold showers for just 30 seconds a day, take 29% fewer sick days.Million of women's swimsuits are purchased every year, but 62% of them will never be used.A survey out reveals that around 42% of men spend some time in their Man Cave every day.In 1927, a telephone call from New York to London cost $75.00 for the first 3 minutes.Gimbel's Department Store in Philadelphia was the first place to get an escalator from the Otis Elevator Company.According to a group of advertising executives the Marlboro Man, Ronald McDonald and the Jolly Green Giant are the most three memorable advertising characters of all time.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

The holiday coffee cups have arrived at Starbucks. 4 different styles. So far, no controversy this year.In South Korea, fake funerals are becoming popular, as the living can see how much impact they have on the world in which they live.Richard Gere and his 36-year-old wife are expecting their second baby together. He's 70, but the way.Three months ago, 60-year-old Darlene Quinn's car broke, so she started walking to work. 12 miles to work, 12 miles home every day. This week, her co-workers pooled their money and bought her a car.Lady Antebellum's 8th album, "Ocean," comes out November 15."Sons Of Anarchy" star Ron Perlman has filed for divorce from his wife Opal after 38 years of marriage.Rep. Ilhan Omar has officially divorced from her husband in Minnesota, just a month after she filed a petition saying there was an "irretrievable breakdown" in their marriage.Actress Sharon Stone is suing rapper and MTV personality Chanel West Coast over her …

Music Calendar...

In 1940 The Duke Ellington Orchestra plays a concert at the CrystalBallroom in Fargo, ND.
In 1947 Billboard begins listing the top 15 popular records. Only 10 songs had been featured previously.
In 1953 "That's Amore" by Dean Martin enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1964 "Dance Dance Dance" by the Beach Boys enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1968 Shortly after the Doors' Jim Morrison exposes himself to a Miami audience, he is arrested by a nervous Phoenix police officer for attempting to incite a riot.
In 1969 The Rolling Stones begin their first U.S. tour in three years.
In 1969 Paul & Linda McCartney appear on the cover of Life magazine.
In 1970 MGM Records President Mike Curb drops 18 acts from his roster, including Connie Francis and the Cowsills, in a move to discredit musicians who "exploit and promote hard drugs through music."
In 1970 "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is" by Chicago and "Stoned Love" by the Supremes both…

Today In History...

In 1805 Lewis and Clark first sight the Pacific Ocean.
In 1865 The London Gazette, the oldest surviving journal, is founded.
In 1874 The Republican party is symbolized as an elephant in a cartoon drawn by Thomas Nast in Harper's Weekly.
In 1876 The first cigarette-making machine is patented.
In 1885 The transcontinental Canadian Pacific Railway is completed as the last spike is driven at Craigellachie.
In 1893 Colorado grants women the right to vote.
In 1916 Republican Jeannette Rankin of Montana is the first woman elected to Congress.
In 1917 Russia's Bolshevik Revolution takes place as forces led by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin overthrew the provisional government of Alexander Kerensky.
In 1918 Goddard demonstrates tube-launched solid propellant rockets.
In 1918 During World War I, an erroneous report from the United Press that an armistice had been signed sets off celebrations across the country.
In 1929 The Museum of Modern Art opens in New York City.
In 1940 The Tacoma Narrows Bridge colla…

Born On This Day...

In 1867 Polish chemist, Madame Marie Curie (discovered radium)
In 1893 Silent movie actress, Leatrice Joy
In 1902 Cartoonist, Ed Dodd (Mark Trial) [d: 5-27-91]
In 1903 Actor, Dean Jagger (Albert-Mr. Novak) [d: 2-5-91]
In 1903 Cartoon voicist, Gracie Lantz (Woody Woodpecker) [d: 3-17-92]
In 1903 Zoologist, Konrad Lorenz (Nobel-1973) [d: 2-27-89]
In 1910 Singer/songwriter, Freddy Morgan (Spike Jones) [d: 12-21-70]
In 1913 French novelist, Albert Camus (Nobel-1957) [d: 1-4-60]
In 1917 Actor, Joe Frank Cobb (Fat Joe-Our Gang) [d: 5-21-02]
In 1918 Evangelist, Billy Graham (Billy Graham Crusades) [d: 2-20-18]
In 1922 Jazz Trumpeter, Al Hirt (Java, Cotton Candy) [d: 4-27-99]
In 1926 Opera star, Joan Sutherland (Met Opera) [d: 10-10-10]
In 1932 Actress, Lila Kaye (Mama Malone, Margaret-Cafe Americain) [d: 1-10-12]
In 1937 Singer, Mary Travers (Peter, Paul and Mary) [d: 9-16-09]
In 1938 Singer, Dee Clark (Raindrops, Nobody But You) [d: 12-7-90]
In 1938 Baseball player/sportscaster, James Kaat (Yankees, Twins…

DID YOU KNOW?

Seven out of ten people say that they could probably give CPR after seeing it done on television.More than 4.2 million people will be flying Thanksgiving week.18% of people have, at some point, have stolen Plates, bowls or silverware from work.In a survey of bosses and managers, clicking out of, or shutting down their computer screen when the boss walks by is the thing their employees do that upsets them more than anything.92% of women hate it when a man wears leather pants.You should never call someone on the phone before 8am.A recent survey found the average woman needs four good friends to be happy?68% of women sleep on the left side of the bed, while 70% of men it's the right side.Dog owners name their pets after Oreos cookies, more than any other food.If you see this, you will order less food at restaurants? The calories posted on the menu.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Former Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson and her husband Andrew East welcomed a baby girl into the world this week.Remember how Alec Baldwin was sued by a guy he punched over a parking space a year ago? Now, Alec is suing the guy for false imprisonment and defamation.Kanye West's new album, "Jesus is King" has debuted at number one on the music charts. His 9th album in a row to do that.The Dow Jones is up 18% for the year.Cooper Hefner, son of the late Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, has married his longtime girlfriend and fiancĂ©e, actress Scarlett Byrne. She played Pansy Parkinson in the Harry Potter movies.After two years of dating, it looks like Anna Faris and cinematographer Michael Barrett are engaged. No official announcement yet, but she's lugging around quite a rock on her finger.J.C. Penney is said to be looking at relaunching their stores with a new type of venue that includes fitness studios, video game lounges and style classes.A Russian man faces four years in …

The Glenn Beck Program 11-6-19

Weird News - Arkansas lady in a whole lotta trouble

DID YOU KNOW?

16% of Millennials have gone on a first date to a grocery store.In a survey of women, the top 3 things that can ruin their day were a fight with a significant other, a bad day at work and when your jeans don't fit.According to a survey of British women, one third of brides will consider their weight when choosing a bridesmaid. It seems brides don't want anyone skinnier than they are in their wedding party.When a survey asked, "What major scientific breakthroughs do you expect to see in your lifetime?" 45% said "living under the sea."A fifth of Millennials say they've never eaten a Big Mac.As far as the Secret Service knows, Gerald Ford was the only President to lock himself out of the White House.Retailers say it's rare that men purchase a candle.People watch movies more on Saturday than any other day of the week.According to Novotel Hotels, these are the most common items left behind in hotel rooms? Phone chargers.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Police said Monday they're investigating a member of K-pop superstar group BTS over a traffic accident that left him and a taxi driver with minor injuries.Ellen DeGeneres is going to receive the Carol Burnett Award at the 77th annual Golden Globes.In New Zealand, a man responded to an online auction, thinking he was buying one hen. He misread the description and now has had 1,000 hens delivered to his home.Lady Gaga's next big movie role will be as Italian socialite Patrizia Reggiani, the ex-wife of Maurizio Gucci, grandson of the vaunted fashion house's founder, Guccio Gucci.Olivia Newton-John's iconic "Grease" leather jacket and skintight pants sold for $405,000 at an auction last Saturday.Zac Posen is shutting down his fashion label.They say that some parents are hiring video game coaches for their kids, so they can play more competitively, at $100 an hour.Bed, Bath and Beyond will be open on Thanksgiving Day from 5pm-midnight.Target is offering military v…

ON THIS DAY 11-05-19

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DID YOU KNOW?

A new study is out that shows if you have trouble going to sleep, you should try wearing sunglasses about an hour and a half before bedtime.Coffee grown in 50 different counties is consistently the second most bought-sold item in the stock markets, over $8 billion a year.Research shows that 75% of people taking a trip forgot something and had to go back home and get it.The average time for a Road Rage experience to occur is between 5 and 6pm on Fridays.25 percent of people spend more time basking in the sauna or hot tub at the gym than exercising.A recent survey found that 47% of people said it's never okay to sell your wedding dress on eBay.Over 43,000 of pints of donated blood are used every day in the U.S.A study suggests women with blonde hair make more money than women without it.25% of us blame this person for our addiction to chocolate? We blame a co-worker.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

After being a lifetime New Yorker, President Trump has now changed his legal residence to Palm Beach, Florida.The original version of "Blade Runner" was set in November. Yes, there was a time that this was the future.Chick-fil-A sent out an email to its customers, reminding them that Sunday is National Sandwich Day. If only they weren't closed on Sunday.All it took was getting to November and Kohl's has already started some Black Friday deals.The new report on Friday said that our economy added 128,000 new jobs in October.Apple's new streaming service went live Friday, with original content including "The Morning Show," starring Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell as TV news anchors. The latest entrant in the streaming wars is ad-free and costs $4.99 a month, but NBC News says the service has "mediocre shows and lots to prove."Ford is soon going to join Tesla in offering over-the-air ongoing software updates for their cars.Aus…

Music Calendar...

In 1938 Bing Crosby records "You're a Sweet Little Headache," from the film "Paris Honeymoon."
In 1943 "Paper Doll" by the Mills Brothers is #1 on the charts.
In 1957 "Silhouettes" by the Diamonds enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1961 Bob Dylan gives his first major concert performance at Carnegie Hall and takes home twenty dollars.
In 1963 The Beatles play a Royal Command performance, inspiring John Lennon to quip, "Those of you in the cheap seats can applaud. The rest of you can rattle your jewelry."
In 1964 Gerry & the Pacemakers, Gene Pitney and Smokey Robinson & the Miracles appear on TV's "Shindig."
In 1967 The Doors' "Strange Days" LP enters the U.S. albums chart.
In 1968 Cream gives their first American concert in Providence, RI.
In 1967 "I Second That Emotion" by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1972 "Living In The Past" by Jethro Tull and &q…

Today In History...

In 1842 Abraham Lincoln marries Marry Todd in Springfield, Illinois.
In 1862 Dr. Gatling patents the machine gun.
In 1880 The first cash register is patented by James and John Ritty of Dayton, Ohio.
In 1884 Democrat Grover Cleveland is elected to his first term as president, defeating Republican James G. Blaine.
In 1904 Harvard stadium is the first facility built for football.
In 1922 Howard Carter discovers the entrance of King Tutankhamen's tomb in Egypt.
In 1924 Nellie T. Ross of Wyoming is elected the nation's first female governor so that she could serve out the remaining term of her late husband, William B. Ross.
In 1939 The Packard, the first air conditioned automobile, is exhibited in Chicago, Illinois.
In 1939 The U.S. modifies its neutrality stance in World War II, allowing "cash and carry" purchases of arms by belligerents, a policy that favored Britain and France.
In 1942 During World War II, Axis forces retreat from El Alamein in North Africa in a major victory f…

Born On This Day...

In 1841 Industrialist, Benjamin F. Goodrich (B.F. Goodrich Rubber Co)
In 1862 English novelist, Eden Phillpotts
In 1874 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Bobby Wallace
In 1876 Sculptor, James Fraser (designed the buffalo nickel)
In 1879 American writer/actor/humorist, Will Rogers
In 1884 Basketball Hall-of-Famer, Robert Douglas (first black inducted)
In 1902 Actor, Frank Jenks (Joe Palooka & Blondie movies) [d: 5-13-62]
In 1913 Actor, Gig Young (Kid Galahad, The Rogues) [d: 10-19-78]
In 1916 Broadcast journalist, Walter Cronkite (CBS News, 1962-81) [d: 7-17-09]
In 1916 Inventor, Ruth Handler (Barbie Doll) [d: 4-27-02]
In 1917 Actress, Virginia Field (Veils of Bagdah) [d: 1-2-92]
In 1918 Actor, Art Carney (The Honeymooners, Harry & Tonto) [d: 11-9-03]
In 1918 Actor, Cameron Mitchell (Buck-High Chaparral) [d: 7-6-94]
In 1919 Actor, Martin Balsam (Archie Bunker's Place, Catch 22) [d: 2-13-96]
In 1919 Bassist, Joe Benjamin (Duke Ellington Band) [d: 1-26-74]
In 1923 Brewery executive, Alfred Heineken (…

ON THIS DAY 11-01-19

ON THIS DAY 10-30-19

THE OTHER STUFF . . .

Prince Harry Had the Most Relatable Setback Tuesday Morning Ahead of Invictus Event. We've all been there! On Tuesday morning, Prince Harry arrived at the Honourable Artillery Company in London to attend the launch of the British team soon heading off to the next edition of the Invictus Games. However, the Prince unfortunately greeted the players a little bit late due to unforeseen circumstances -- traffic! During one of the group photos, Harry came in late apologizing to the team for getting stuck in traffic. In a video posted to Twitter, you can see Harry jog into the photo before cracking a joke and waving at the cameras as an attempt to apologize for his tardiness. Like the pro he is, Harry just jumped right in the photo without missing a beat. Prince Harry created the Invictus event in 2014 when he was in the army, and it's a cause that remains close to his heart, so there was definitely no ill will for his slight lateness. The Invictus Games is a global sporting event fo…

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Letting life take its course. Halsey spoke out for the first time about her split from Yungblud after she confirmed her romance with Evan Peters. "Sometimes. people just break up," the Grammy nominee, 25, wrote in a since-deleted tweet on Monday, October 28. "It doesn't mean someone cheated or something bad happened or someone f--ked up. sometimes. it just happens. because life is constantly changing. and adults stay friends and move on. In a second tweet, she added, "Now u know what u know ." Halsey debuted her relationship with the alt-rock singer, 22, on Instagram in January. While it is unclear when the former couple broke up, Us Weekly exclusively revealed in late September that the "Without Me" songstress had moved on with the American Horror Story star, 32. Halsey -- who jokingly tweeted about starting a petition "for Evan Peters to date me" in 2013 -- was spotted getting cozy with the actor at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Santa C…

SEXY HALLOWEEN COSTUMES

An online Cosmopolitan poll asked men, "What's the sexy Halloween costume he wants to see you in?" 46%, sexy naughty, like nurse or French maid37%, sexy sweet, like Little Red Riding Hood or a cheerleader9%, sexy scary, like a vampire or devil8%, sexy skanky, like a biker babe or Pussycat Doll Women's Health asked, "What's your Halloween costume style?" 22% said sexy school girl17% said vampire/scary9% said princess52% said "none of the above"

CONQUER CANDY TEMPTATION

(Self) Halloween may be all about sweets, but our tricks will help you enjoy the treats without gaining a pound:

Stock up on lollipops
Buy bags of yummy but diet friendly candy. You won't disappoint trick-or-treaters, and you'll save yourself calories with festive favorites such as lollipops and Blow Pops.

Rock a cute costume
"Wearing a body conscious outfit will remind you not to indulge," says Patrica Bannan, R.D., author of "Eat Right When Time is Tight." Not dressing up? Get a pre-party blowout. When you feel good about how you look, it can be easier to stick with healthier options.

Eat treat after 4pm
"The worst thing you can do is to have candy in the morning, because you'll crave it all day," says Heather Bauer, R.D. author of The Wall Street Diet (Hyperion). After a sweet spike, blood sugar plummets, triggering your body to seek out more sugar. Plus, if you wait, picked over goodies in the break room will look less tempting.

Be candy free Nov…

HEADLINE TRUTH OR TRASH

"Haunted House Offers $20,000 If You Can Make It Through!"
Truth! It's the McKamey Manor in Nashville and Huntsville. Unlike most traditional haunted houses, the actors are allowed to come into physical contact with participants, but the participants cannot return contact.

"New Classical Album Performed by Real Mummy!"
Trash! If one recorded, it most like would be wrap music.

"Joe Scarborough Calls Chants of Lock Him Up Directed at Trump UnAmerican!"
Truth! In a rare moment - Scarborough actually defended the president calling the chants directed at Trump at the World Series "sickening" and "un-American." He also said it was sickening and un-American when the same thing happens at Trump rallies.

"Real-life Wolfman Triggered by Drinking Beer!"
Trash! There was talk that he only turns into a monster while drinking a Blue Moon. Yeah, not true.

"Deer Attacks and Kills Hunter Who Shot Him!"
Truth! Happened in Arkansas. The hu…

ARE YOU DRIVING YOUR HUSBAND CRAZY?

Married ladies, do you get on your husband's nerves? Take this simple test and find out! Have you told your husband that you wished he made more money?Do you frequently remind your husband to pick up after himself?Do you dislike your husband's family or close friends and tell him about it?Do you frequently criticize your husband for his bad habits?Do you contradict your husband in front of the children or your friends?When you and your husband are with others, do you ever "joke" about him being less than romantic?Do you tell your husband that he rarely lifts a hand to help you?Have you told your husband that you wish he could be more like your father or some other man you admire?Do you frequently remind your husband not to eat certain foods or to not touch food items in the refrigerator?If you know something is bothering your husband, do you force him to talk? To find out whether you irritate your husband, add your "yes" answers, then check your total again…

HOW NOT TO BE A WALLFLOWER

Health magazine talked to radio host Celeste Headlee, author of "We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations That Matter." "Studies how that talking to strangers actually makes your more positive," said Headlee, who shares some survival tips:

Play reporter
Most people love talking about themselves, "It activates the same pleasure centers in the brain as sex and cocaine," says Headlee., so ask your conversational partner about, say, her jewelry or cool haircut. "That can be your whole side of the conversation," says Headlee.

Skip the Power Poses
Ignore all the advice about how to arrange your body language so you look like you're paying attention, says Headlee. Instead, "actually pay attention and let your body do whatever it does naturally."

Don't underestimate yourself
Introverted? Good news, says Headlee: "Introverts are just as good at small talk as anybody else." In fact, she says, small talk is great for introverts beca…

JUST SAY NO!

The Stalling No
Try this technique if you're the type who tends to get carried away by the enthusiasm of the person making the request. You say yes only to realize when you walk away that you really wish you hadn't agreed. Instead, play for time by saying, "Wow, that sounds fun or interesting. But I need to check my calendar or with my husband who may have made plans for us/think about that because I'm not sure I can manage it. Let me get back to you," advises communication expert Judith Selle McClure, Ph.D. Then, when you've had a day or so to think it over, get back in touch with the persona and use one of the methods listed below to say no.

The Partial No
This method is a good compromise if you don't feel right delivering a blanket "no" to someone. It allows you to help someone out, but on your own terms, says stress expert David Posen, M.D. Example: "Gee, I sure can't lick envelopes all day, but I can from 9 to 10."

The Pronto No
A …

DID YOU KNOW?

According to Parents magazine, when adults were asked to recall the worst trouble they got into as kids, almost 40% said using BB guns.63% of people who like to vacation in the winter, said the boss calling would absolutely ruin their vacation.A sleep study says if you have trouble sleeping you should wear sunglasses.According to scientists, Daylight Savings Time, or turning the clock back and then forward, is a waste of time and bad for your health.There are many more insurance claims in the summer by men, while women are better drivers than men during those months. It seems men have more accidents because they were ogling women while driving.According to a recent study one in four couples sleep in separate bedrooms.The average person sticks to a weight loss diet for only 19 days.Every year 80,000 people are bitten by other people.The average woman will buy 220 of these over the course of her life? Candles.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

NBC's Sunday Night Football matchup between Green Bay and Kansas City beat out FOX's broadcast of the fifth game in the World Series, but lost 14% of its audience from the previous week. An average of 16.2 million viewers tuned in to watch football on NBC, while Fox garnered 10.6 million -- a record low for this series.Hours before the 72-year-old singer's "Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour" concert in Indianapolis last Saturday, Elton announced "with the heaviest heart" that he was postponing the show because of an illness. The postponement came just days after Elton's mother-in-law, Gladys Furnish, died two days earlier.A report says that 41% of the world population is under 24, with only 9% over 65.The money spent on Halloween has fallen for the second straight year.ESPN has pulled the plug on the musical component of its halftime show, swapping out the performance segment for a more traditional interval of chalk talk and game analysis.Acorns are b…

National Candy Corn Day --

Candy Corn was created by George Renninger of Wunderle Candy Company in the late 1800s. Each year Americans consume enough Brach's Candy Corn that if laid end-to-end, would circle the earth 4.25 times.

Music Calendar...

In 1943 "Pistol Packin' Mama" by Al Dexter is #1 on the charts.
In 1954 "Mr. Sandman" by Chordettes enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1961 The Crystals' single "Oh Yeah, Maybe Baby" is released.
In 1964 "Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison is certified gold.
In 1965 "I Hear a Symphony" by the Supremes and "I'm A Man" by the Yardbirds both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1968 Johnny Cash's "Live At Folsom Prison" is certified gold.
In 1970 Jim Morrison is sentenced to 6 months in jail and fined $500 for for exposing himself to a Miami crowd.
In 1971 "Brand New Key" by Melanie, "Got To Be There" by Michael Jackson and "Rock Steady" by Aretha Franklin all enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1971 John Lennon's "Imagine" LP becomes the first to top the album charts in the both U.S. and Britain at the same time.
In 1972 Ray Charles appears on TV's "Bill Cosby Show."
In 1…

Today In History...

In 1864 Helena, the capital of Montana, is founded.
In 1893 The U.S. Senate gives final congressional approval to repeal the Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890.
In 1905 Tsar Nicholas II grants Russia a constitution.
In 1925 John Logie Baird creates the first crude light and shade TV images.
In 1938 Orson Welles panics a nation with staged news bulletins about an invasion from Mars known as the "War of the Worlds." Thousands flee their homes in fear after hearing the radio play on CBS.
In 1941 The U.S. Navy destroyer Reuben James is torpedoed by Germany off the coast of Iceland, even though the U.S. had not entered World War II.
In 1944 The Martha Graham ballet "Appalachian Spring" premieres at the Library of Congress with Graham in a leading role.
In 1945 The U.S. government announces end of shoe rationing.
In 1953 Dr. Albert Schweitzer receives a Nobel Peace Prize.
In 1961 Soviet Party Congress unanimously approves a resolution removing Josef Stalin's body from Lenin&…

Born On This Day...

In 1451 Explorer, Christopher Columbus (discovered America)
In 1632 Playwright, Richard Brinsley Sheridan
In 1683 King George II Of England (1727-60)
In 1751 Dramatist, Richard Sheridan
In 1735 John Adams, 2nd U.S. president (1797-1801)
In 1816 Dramatist, Richard Brinsley Sheridan
In 1839 French impressionist painter, Alfred Sisley
In 1832 Physicist, Louis Winslow Austin (long-range radio transmissions)
In 1867 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, "Big Ed" Delahanty
In 1871 French poet, Paul Valery
In 1882 American admiral, William "Bull" Frederick Halsey (5 star)
In 1885 American poet, Ezra Loomis Pound
In 1894 Bodybuilder/exerciser, Charles Atlas
In 1896 Actress, Ruth Gordon (Harold & Maude, Every Which Way But Loose)
In 1898 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, "Memphia" Bill Terry
In 1907 Publisher, Albert Rice Leventhal (Little Golden Books) [d: 1-6-76]
In 1914 Actress, Ruth Hussey (I Jane Doe, The Great Gatsby) [d: 4-19-05]
In 1914 Country singer/songwriter, Patsy Montana [d: 5-3-96]
In 1…