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FALL FACTs (continued): • When a period of unseasonably warm weather occurs in October, we call it Indian Summer. The nights are cool and may bring frost, but the days are sunny and clear with warm temperatures. The National Weather Service defines it as temps above 70 degrees F. following a hard frost. • The Peanuts comic strip debuted in seven newspapers in October, 1950. It grew in size until it was featured in more than 2,600 papers in 75 countries, translated into 21 languages. Running continuously until February, 2000, with a total of 17,897 strips in all, it’s considered the most popular and influential comic strip in history. • The month of October marked the premiere of several familiar television series “back in the day.” I Love Lucy aired for the first time in 1951. Captain Kangaroo and The Mickey Mouse Club debuted in 1955, and Leave It to Beaver came along two years later. Long-time favorite The Andy Griffith Show hit our TV screens in 1960. In more recent years, Saturday Night Live, now in its 38th season, premiered in October, 1975, with George Carlin as the first guest host. • It took 14 years of grueling labor to carve the busts of four U.S. Presidents into the granite hillside in South Dakota’s Black Hills. Begun in 1927 by sculptor Gutzon Borglum, 60-ft. busts of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln were painstakingly created. The initial objective was to feature carvings from head to waist, but lack of funding abbreviated the project. The task was completed in October of 1941. Unfortunately, Borglum passed away in March of that year, but his son Lincoln brought the project to completion.

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FALL FACTS (continued): • Americans like to think that North America’s first Thanksgiving was in the 1620s in Plymouth, Massachusetts. But the Canadians had their first Thanksgiving in 1578, 42 years before the Pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower. English explorer Martin Frobisher landed in Newfoundland in 1578 and held a feast of thanks for his safe arrival in the New World. Canada declared Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1879, but its date changed several times before 1957, when it was officially declared to be the second Monday in October. • The Chinese thanksgiving celebration is known as the Moon Festival and frequently lands in October. It’s held on the 15th day of the 8th month in the Chinese calendar, during the full moon, in gratitude for the harvest. This Chinese ritual has been observed since the Shang Dynasty, as early as 1200 B.C., and includes evening offerings to the moon, as the ancient Chinese believed the moon was source of rejuvenation. • In October of 1908, Henry Ford introduced his Model T to the nation. With a price of $825, over 10,000 were sold that first year. In 1912, the price dropped to $575, and sales skyrocketed. In the first 18 years of production, sales were upwards of 15 million. • The final piece of the St. Louis Arch was put into place in October, 1965. It marked the end of two-and-a-half years of construction at a cost of $13 million ($94.7 million in today’s money). The arch was built as a monument to the westward expansion of the United States. Situated on the west bank of the Mississippi River, at 630 feet, it’s the tallest man-made monument in America and the world’s tallest arch. If you’re interested in climbing to the top, prepare yourself for 1,076 steps.

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FALL FACTS (continued): • Winston Churchill became the Prime Minister of Great Britain in October of 1951, but it wasn’t his first go-round in that office. He was first elected in 1940 and served through the critical World War II years. He was re-elected at age 77, and served another four years. Despite a severe speech impediment, he triumphed in politics, entering that domain at age 26. He’s the only British Prime Minister in history to have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature (in 1953), and was the first person to be made an honorary citizen of the United States. • In October of 1964, Martin Luther King, Jr. became the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize. Just 35 years old, his efforts at combating racial inequality earned him the honor. He turned over his prize money of $54,123 for the furtherance of the civil rights movement. • The Beach Boys released “Good Vibrations” on October 10, 1966, and it quickly became the group’s third number one hit. (“I Get Around” and “Help Me, Rhonda” were the first two.) The single sold over 230,000 copies during the first four days after its released. Rolling Stone magazine lists the tune as Number Six on their list of “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.” • Rowland Macy opened his “fancy dry goods” store in October, 1858 on New York’s Sixth Avenue. First-day sales totaled $11.08, about $293.47 in 2013 currency. Macy’s became the first department store to have an in-store Santa for the Christmas season in 1862. Today, Macy’s operates 798 locations across the United States. (2012 sales 26B)

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The tiniest of gestures often have the most impact. Let that loved one know how you feel, and you won’t believe what happens next, Capricorn.

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Some promises were meant to broken, Pisces. Go ahead and divulge what you know. Your friend needs to be aware of what is going on. A procedure is reworked.

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You, Cancer, and only you have the answer. Look deep within. A run-in with a pal starts the walk down memory lane. Could a reunion be in store?

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Music inspires you to reach out to a friend. Treat them with kid gloves, Aries. They have been through quite the ordeal. An e-mail offer is enticing.

Love has been put on the back burner for long enough. Focus on the people who matter most and work to strengthen your bonds with them, Libra.

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Pretense is your best defense in a situation at home. Feign ignorance, Taurus, and others will follow suit. The mood will change before you know it, and calm will be restored.

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Mildred Ella Didrikson’s road to professional athlete fame began when she was 17 years old, when she read about the upcoming 1928 Olympics in her father’s newspaper. That day she made it her goal to one day compete in track and field at the Olympics. Let’s follow the journey of this talented and versatile athlete. • Mildred was a natural-born athlete, playing baseball with the neighborhood boys. Because she hit so many home runs, they gave her the nickname “Babe” after slugger Babe Ruth. There was hardly a sport in which she didn’t excel – baseball, basketball, diving, and track and field. After setting her Olympic goal, Babe practiced hurdles by jumping over hedges in her Texas neighborhood. • When the 1932 Olympics rolled around, the 21-year-old Babe qualified in five events. Unfortunately, at that time, women were only allowed to compete in three. In her three events, she took the gold medal for javelin and the 80-meter hurdles, both with new world records, and the silver for the high jump.

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