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Weather History for October 14
1941: The first regularly scheduled television weathercast was seen on WNBT (later, WNBC) in New York City.
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Birthday Lore for October 14
You are abrupt and impulsive and sometimes act without considering the consequences. You should marry someone who is easygoing and dependable, to complement your nature. You are capable of a great and enduring love.
Who Else Shares This Birthday?
Born 1905: Eugene Fodor (travel writer)
Born 1894: e. e. cummings (poet)
Born 1952: Harry Anderson (actor)
On This Day in History
1947: Charles Yeager, piloting a Bell X-1 jet, became the first person to break the sound barrier, reaching Mach 1.06
1926: A. A. Milne's classic, Winnie-the-Pooh, was published
Signs of the Zodiac
LIBRA (September 23-October 22)
The Scales. Ruling planet: Venus. Element: Air. Quality: Relating. Ability: Diplomacy.You are the tactful diplomats of the zodiac. Ever concerned with the impact of your words and actions, you strive for harmony in all things. You weigh and balance with careful deliberation and thoroughly think through all your plans and activities. Good at seeing all sides of a situation, you are often drawn to fields dealing with the law or courts. Justice is your companion.While balance is your watchword, you do not maintain center at all times, rather, continuously swing and sway back and forth, always striving for the central point. If you work too many hours one week, you will sleep in a lot during the next. You intuitively sense where to fulfill your needs.