The Daily News | October 15

“To Have and Have Not,” by Hemingway published, 1937
Clayton Anti-Trust Act, 1890
Andres Bello, Venezuelan diplomat and author, died, 1865
Cole Porter, composer, died, 1964
Hermann Goering, Nazi Reichmarshal, committed suicide, 1946
First “I Love Lucy” aired, 1951
Nikita Khrushchev ousted (replaced by Kosygin and Brezhnev), 1964
First Vietnam draft card burned, 1965
First photgraphic evidence of another solar system presented, 1984
US Transportation Department authorized, 1966
Thaddeus Kosciusko, Polish-born US Revolutionary war hero, died, 1817
Lee Iacocca was fired from Ford Motor Co, 1978
Margaret Gertrude Zelle (“Mata Hari”) executed as a German spy, 1917
Crow Indian reservation opened to settlers, 1892
Edison Electric, first electric light company, organized (New York), 1878
Russia, China, and US tested nuclear weapons, 1970
German dirigible Graf Zeppelin arrived in US on first commercial flight, 1928
First issue of “Reader’s Digest” distributed, 1921