Summoned at 01:59pm on Sunday, February 14, 2016

compu:First micro-on-a-chip patented (TI), 1978
histo:Bombing of Dresden, 1945
ushol:St. Valentine's Day
computing:Texas Instruments patents first micro-on-a-chip (1978)
events:"La Marseillaise" becomes French national anthem (1879)
Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray applied separately for patents related to the telephone. The supreme court will later rule that Bell was the rightful inventor (1876)
Arizona, the Grand Canyon State, becomes the 48th state (1912)
Bombing of Dresden (1945)
First lady Jacqueline Kennedy conducts a tour of the White House on network television (1962)
First micro-on-a-chip patented by TI (1978)
James Polk becomes the first president to be photographed while in office. He posed for Matthew Brady (1848)
Khomeini orders Solman Rushdi to be killed for writing the book "Satanic Verses" (1989)
Oregon, the Beaver State, becomes the 33rd state (1859)
The US ship Ranger takes the recently adopted Stars and Stripes to a foreign port for the first time as it arrived in France (1778)
The battleship Bismarck is first launched (1939)
seven hoods, rivals of Al Capone's gang, killed in garage in the St. Valentine's day massacre (1929)
gdead:Dead/Airplane open Carousel Ballroom, SF (1968)
lives:Benny Kubelski, aka Jack Benny. Oh, Rochester (1894)
Florence Henderson, actress and singer, is born (1934)
Gregory Hines, actor and dancer, is born (1946)
Hugh Downs, TV personality, is born (1921)
St. Valentine beheaded (278)
Thomas Malthus, English economist, is born. (1766)
movies:The movie "Tarzan of the Apes" was first released (1918)
space:Luna 20 launched to orbit & land on Moon (1972)

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