Three things that happened in history on Feb. 4:
*In 1789 the first U.S. electoral college chooses George Washington as President and John Adams as Vice President.
*In 1945 Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin meet at Yalta in the Crimea to discuss the final phase of the war.
*In 1987 President Ronald Reagan’s veto of Clean Water Act is overridden by Congress.
Happy birthday to you…Charles A. Lindbergh, pilot, born in Detroit, MI in 1902…MacKinlay Kantor, novelist, born in Webster City, IA in 1904…Rosa Parks, American civil rights activist who refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger, born in Tuskegee, AL in 1913.
***Courtesy of On This Day***