The Daily News | November 14

Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 1000, 1972
Lech Walesa freed, 1982
First airplane took off from a US naval cruiser, 1910
First blood transfusion, 1666
Booker Taliaferro Washington, educator-author, died, 1915
Apollo 12 (US) launched, 1969
Charles Carroll, signer of US Declaration of Independence, died, 1832
“Moby Dick” published, 1851
John Gilpin’s Ride first published (“The Public Advertizer”), 1782
Kilauea erupted (Hawaii Island), 1959
First horse-drawn street car used (New York, capacity 30 passenger), 1832
Spain abandoned the Spanish Sahara, 1975
Ariel Sharon began a $50 mil. libel suit against Time Inc. (he lost), 1984
Research Lab invented (Thomas Edison), 1887
US advisors in Vietnam increased from 1000 to 1600 over next two years, 1961
Coventry, England bombed by the Germans, 1940
Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed the Philippine islands a free commonwealth, 1935
Malcolm Muggeridge, British writer, died, 1990
Charles J. Guiteau went on trial for assassinating US president Garfield, 1881
Colombian volcano erupted (25,000 killed), 1985