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D.B. Cooper TABLE OF pages 7-8 CONTENTS

National Boss Day pages 1-4 Debtors’ Rights pages 5-6 Fifty-Two Pick-Up pages 7-8

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ThisNATIONAL week, Tidbits focuses on one of the nation’s BOSS DAY favorite holidays, declared a national holiday by by Stanley Drummond Abraham 1863. Bosses areLincoln people,intoo. (Really!) And every year • A fortune-telling chicken start on October 16, America pays gave tributeus to the them. to the tradition of breaking the wishbone at • Thanksgiving. Actually, National Dayyears was created in Over Boss 2,400 ago, the 1958 by an Illinois secretary named Patricia Etruscan people inhabited the Italian peninsula, Haroski. She a chose October 16 because it was and believed strange superstition related to her father’s birthday. HerDrawing father also their 20-letter alphabet. a happened circle in to be herthese boss at the time. Nevertheless, she 20 felt the dirt, early Italians divided it into that bosses general were underappreciated, wedges, and in placed a kernel of grain in each and registered the dateletter. As with the a U.S. wedge, depicting each hen Chamber nibbled ofthe Commerce an official observance. at pieces, a as holy man was transcribing the • letters in order. The high priest was called upon Interestingly enough, a 2005 survey done by an to interpret the chicken’s pecking order. A dead international human resources consulting firm chicken’s was revered as sacred,would and revealed collarbone that the majority of employees after drying out in the sun, the unbroken bone not trade places with their boss. The primary was held by the superstitious Etruscans as they reason given was the change that would result made a wish. When the Romans began practicing between them and their co-workers. They could this unusual custom, they came to blows over the no longer ignore or laugh at any slackers in their bones, breaking them. The practice evolved into department; they’d be responsible for any poor the holder of the larger piece being granted their performers. states that our saying “I need a wish. Tradition • lucky Hallmark started selling Daywere cardsthe in break” or “I never get Boss a break” 1979. While they don’t reveal actual sales result of this ritual. The Romans passed along the superstition to the English, who brought it to the figures, they do disclose that the “holiday” is New World, and,into withthe thelist abundance turkeys poised to break of top 10 of card-sendin theevents area, transferred to the native ing within the the nextpractice few years. fowl. turn the page for more! turn the page for more!

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Bush and his son can trace their lineage back to • The pumpkin was used by early settlers as an antidote for snake bites. Others thought it could the Mayflower, as can the senior Bush’s ViceNovember - November 25, 2009 Tidbits of Glenrock, Douglas & Wheatland be used Page  to remove 19 freckles. President Dan Quayle and presidential wife and • The colonists’ version of pumpkin pie left out THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY (continued): mother Barbara Bush. Film icons Orson Welles 4th Quarter 2009 one essential – the crust! Their recipe called for • The dinner table isn’t the only place you’ll find and Marilyn Monroe share the same ancestor, slicing off the top, removing the seeds, and filling Week 47 a wishbone on Thanksgiving Day. You might passenger John Alden, while notables Franklin up the cavity with cream, spices, and honey. It was see one during the after-dinner football game, if November 15 - 21Grant, Sarah Palin, and actor Roosevelt, U.S. then baked in hot ashes, and because a pumpkin the offensive line of your team uses a wishbone Richard Gere are members of the same family Page 2 is 90 percent water, the result was a rich creamy formation. This occurs when the quarterback custard. THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY tree. Clint Eastwood descends(continued): from Plymouth surges forward, followed by the fullback, with 4th Quarter 2009 a halfback on each of his sides. The appearance • It takes about 4,400 cranberries to make a gallon • There was no lack of crust on the record-holding Colony governor William Bradford, as did Noah of these four players gives the appearance of an Week 47 pumpkin pie, baked in 2005. world’s largest of juice, and about 200 for every can of cranberry Webster of dictionary fame. inverted “Y”, much like the bird’s clavicle.

sauce. They are only grown in five American states, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon, and Washington. If you were to combine all the cranberry bogs in North America, the area would add up to only about 47 square miles.

• There are only three fruits that are entirely native to North America – the blueberry, the Concord grape, and the cranberry. A 1680 letter from a colonist to his brother in England was one of the earliest mentions of cranberries. Early Native Americans, who called the fruit “sassamanesh” or “ibimi,” concocted “pemmican” by crushing cranberries and mixing them with dried deer meat. They also used the berries in poultices in order to draw poison from arrow wounds. The bright red juice lent itself nicely to use as a dye for blankets and clothing. European settlers called the berry a “crane berry” because the plant’s drooping flower resembled the head and bill of a crane.

• The only official record of the first Thanksgiving menu comes from the writings of Colony governor William Bradford, who listed “five deer, a large number of turkeys and waterfowl, cod, and bass; plus the harvest, which consisted of wheat, corn, barley, and perhaps a few peas.” We’ve added our assumptions of assorted nuts, squashes, and berries to the list.

62 gallons of evaporated milk, 1,860 eggs, 300 Page 3 pounds of sugar and seven pounds of cinnamon.

• Antarctica is the only continent where pumpkins can’t be grown.

• While the official date for Thanksgiving in the United States is the fourth Thursday of November, Canadians celebrate their holiday on the second Monday in October. It began in 1872 as a day of gratitude for the Prince of Wales’ recovery from a life-threatening illness.

• Good and good for you! The tiny cranberry is rich in antioxidants, and may provide important defense against Alzheimer’s Disease. • When the Mayflower sailed into what is now Provincetown Harbor on November 11, 1620, it brought the ancestors of many notable Americans, including several presidents. Both George H.W. Bush and his son can trace their lineage back to the Mayflower, as can the senior Bush’s VicePresident Dan Quayle and presidential wife and mother Barbara Bush. Film icons Orson Welles and Marilyn Monroe share the same ancestor, passenger John Alden, while notables Franklin Roosevelt, U.S. Grant, Sarah Palin, and actor Richard Gere are members of the same family tree. Clint Eastwood descends from Plymouth Colony governor William Bradford, as did Noah Webster of dictionary fame.

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by David Uffington Classics, Comfort Rule Holiday Shopping Stores have to decide far in advance what items they’ll push for the holidays. Given the economy and the belt tightening that shoppers have been doing all year, retailers aren’t going to take many chances with the holiday merchandise they’ll offer. They already know that consumer wallets will be closed more than they’re open, so they need to cash in on what buyers appear to want. This year think “traditional” and “comfort.” Expect few fad items to grace the shelves. Decorations will tend to be the classics we grew up with: regular green Christmas trees with decorations in standard colors of gold and red. Look for toys with good play value. Watch for hands-on, do-it-yourself items like crafts, kits and building sets. Look for kitchen items that make it easier to cook (and eat) at home. Keep an eye out for warm comforters (because the thermostat is notched down a bit more this year) and one-person size quilts (so you’ll stay warm watching television because you’re not going out to movies as often). You’ll have luck finding electronics at good prices. Again, consumers are staying home more, and retailers want to cash in on the desire for at-home entertainment. They’re hoping buyers will spring for computers that have Windows 7 and maybe even modestly priced big-screen televisions. Look for accessories to update an existing wardrobe. (If you buy clothing, look for items that will last through many seasons. The hot color this year is purple. Can you live with that for three years?) Certain brand-name jeans likely will be on sale -- a back-to-basics move. Before you shop, plan your spending. Stick to cash where possible (or at least have a plan to pay off credit cards within three months.) Decide on must-have gifts, but leave yourself some leeway for surprise bargains that you discover. Compare pricing between stores and online companies. Many online chains will have coupon codes for discounts if you buy online, but most will have quick expiration dates. Shop discount stores where you can, but beware the quality of the merchandise. Look for new items in charity shops. Hint: After your first day of holiday shopping, review your purchases and ask yourself if you really need to go out and buy more. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Write to him in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc.

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“What ever happened to D.B. Cooper?” has been a mystery for nearly 38 years. Tidbits looks at the events surrounding the disappearance of this unknown character. • On the day before Thanksgiving in 1971, a passenger registered as Dan Cooper, having paid $18.52 for a ticket, boarded Northwest Airlines flight 305 in Portland, Oregon, along with 36 others, bound for Seattle. (A press communication later mislabeled the man as “D. B. Cooper.”) Dressed in a dark suit and black raincoat, his white-collared shirt sported a black necktie and a mother-of-pearl stick pin. Black sunglasses covered his eyes. Shortly into the flight, Cooper passed a note to the flight attendant, advising her that his briefcase contained a bomb. Thinking he was giving her his phone number, she stuck the unopened note into her pocket. Her indifference caused Cooper to speak to her, “Miss, you’d better look at that note. I have a bomb.” • D.B. Cooper’s hijack note listed his demand for $200,000 in unmarked $20 bills and four parachutes – two main back chutes and two chest chutes. He received his cash and parachutes when the plane landed in Seattle, where he set the passengers free and commanded the pilot to fly him to Mexico, flying “low and slow” and leaving the back door unlocked.

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