Let me get away from political statements and on to the important things that occurred in history today.
Born on May 14:
1898 - Zutty Singleton - U.S. jazz drummer (I liked the name)
1936 - Bobby Darin (Walden Waldo Cassotto), Bronx, NY - Would have been the next Sinatra.
Died on May 14:
1982 - Hugh Beaumont - Actor - Won't call for the Beaver no more.
1987 - Rita Hayworth - Actress - She was a Knockout.
1998 - Frank (Francis Albert) Sinatra - The all around man, dies from heart and kidney disease, bladder cancer and senility at age 82. He died "HIS WAY".
Things that Happened on May 14:
1878 - Vaseline is 1st sold. - I'll just leave it at that.
1908 - 1st passenger flight in an airplane - Had to be a short trip.
1918 - Indians' Stan Coveleski sets club record for most innings pitched in one game (19) - Who said us "Polaks" can't play baseball.
1932 - "We Want Beer!" parade in New York.
1951 - Ernie Kovacs TV Show debuts on NBC - Trenton, NJ boy makes good.
1966 - "A Lover's Concerto", sung by Mrs. Miller hits #95 on the charts.
1991 - World's Largest Burrito created at 1,126 pounds - Taco Bell restaurants close nationwide for a day.
Thought for Today - "Most campaign literature is an insult to intelligence. Sad that many never realize it".