May 12, 2018
May 12. In 1846, the ill-fated Donner Party left Missouri for California. In 1847, William Clayton invented the odometer. In 1940, the Nazis entered France. In 1950, the American Bowling Congress abolished its white males-only restriction. In 1963, Bob Dylan walked out of dress rehearsals for “The Ed Sullivan Show” when censors told him he could not Perform “Talkin’ John Birch Paranoid Blues.” In 1965, West Germany & Israel established diplomatic relations. In 2002, President Carter went to Cuba for the first American visit in 53 years. Happy Birthday, Florence Nightingale, Dante Rossetti, Katherine Hepburn, George Carlin, Stevie Winwood. It’s Day of the Finnish Identity and International Nurses Day. Mission: Act Finnish. And take care.