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A listing of famous and not-so-famous historical innovations that occurred in Science and Technology during this month.   June   
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1
1920-Patent # 1,342,045  issued to Ernest A. Hamwi for a ice cream cone making machine
2
1907-Edwin J. Shoemaker inventor of the La-Z -Boy chair born in Monroe, Michigan
3
1969-New York Rangers trademark registered
4
1963-Patent #3,091,888 granted to six-year-old Robert W. Patch for a "toy truck"
1968-Patent #3,387,286 issued to Robert Dennard for dynamic random access memory DRAM  
5
1900-Dennis Gabor inventor of holography born
6
1850-Ferdinand Braun wirless telegraphy pioneer born
7
1954-Alan M. Turing computer pioneer died
8
1867-Frank Lloyd Wright, famous architect, born in Richland Center, Wisconsin
1955-
Tim Berners-Lee inventor of the World Wide Web born in London, England  
9
1953-Patent #2,641,545 granted to John H. Kraft for the "manufacture of soft surface cured cheese"
10
1980- Patent No. 4,207,087 issued to Ralph Baer and Howard Morrison for SIMON® game
11
1842-Carl Paul Gottfried von Linde inventor of the refrigerator born in Berndorf, Germany 
12
1928-Good and Plenty trademark registered
13
1944-Patent #2,351,004 is obtained by Marvin Camras for the magnetic tape recorder
14
1912-E. Cuyler Hammond Scientist was the first to link smoking with lung cancer  while research director of the American Cancer Society
15
1844-Patent issued to Charles Goodyear for a  process for "vulcanizing" rubber
16
1806-Edward Davy early telegraphy pioneer born
17
1870-George Cormack co-inventor of Wheaties cereal  born
18
1983- Sally K. Ride, mission specialist, became America's first woman in space.
19
1623-Blaise Pascal is born in Clermont-Ferrand, France
1906-Hershey® trademark # 0054041 (US) registered
20
1861-Frederick Gowland Hopkins discovered essential nutrient factors, now known as vitamins born
21
1834-Patent X8277 issued to Cyrus Hall McCormick for the Mechanical Reaper  
22
1633-Galileo Galilei forced to recant Earth orbits Sun by Pope (but on Oct 31, 1992, Vatican admits it was wrong)
23
1868-Patent # 79,265 issued to Christopher Latham Sholes for a typewriter
1912-
Alan Mathison Turing inventor of the Turing machine born in London, England
24
1873-Mark Twain patents a scrapbook
25
I921-German chemist, Friedrich Karl Bergius invented a way to convert coal dust and hydrogen directly into gasoline and lubricating oils without isolating intermediate products
26
1951-CANDY LAND trademark for children's game registered
27
1967-K MART trademark registered
28
1974-Patent # 3,821,715 issued to Marcian Edward "Ted" Hoff, Jr. for the microprocessor
29
1915-Juicy Fruit chewing gum trademark registered
30
1953-The first laminated fiberglass-body sport car to be produced in the U.S. was the Chevrolet Corvette made at a General Motors factory in Flint, Michigan
DID YOU KNOW? 
  • June is the sixth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar, with a length of 30 days.
  • Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June.
  • Flag Day in the United States  (June 14)
  • National Safety Month in the United States
  • June in the Northern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent to December in the Southern Hemisphere and vice versa.
  • June's birthstone is the pearl, Alexandrite, or moonstone.
WHO AM I ?
I am a famous American writer who once sold books with no words in them.
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DID YOU KNOW?
It takes an average of 50 licks to polish off a single-scoop ice cream cone.
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FUN FACTS
It takes 12 lbs. of milk to make just one gallon of ice cream.
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EVER WONDER
Did you ever wonder about the origin of Father's Day?
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TRIVIA
In 1912,  the American Cancer Society was the first to link smoking with lung cancer
QUOTATIONS
"An architect's most useful tools are an eraser at the drafting board, and a wrecking bar
at the site"
 
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Frank Lloyd Wright
100 YEARS AGO
Edwin J. Shoemaker inventor of the La-Z -Boy chair born in Monroe, Michigan
40 YEARS AGO
K MART
trademark registered
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