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Rummage & Bake Sale Thursday June 27 & Friday June 28 Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church 720 Edgewood Road NW Cedar Rapids Thursday , 8:00 am. - 5:30 p.m. Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Rummage & Bake Sale for LSI Disaster Funds and Mission of Hope Meals Asbury Fun Days Saturday June 29, 2013 11-2 pm 350 27th Ave SW Cedar Rapids Hot dogs, hamburgers, drinks. Children games, crafts and inflatables. Free will donation. Garage Sale Helps Homeless Dogs Saturday, June 29, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Dogs Forever 817 Rockford Road SW All proceeds benefit Dogs Forever Safe Place, a no-kill shelter at 809 Rockford Road SW. To donate sale items or to volunteer, contact 319-481-0977 Garden Tour Cedar Falls Historical Society Sunday July 7 1pm to 5 pm 308 W. 3rd St. Cedar Falls Tour 5 area gardens, plus attend 2 classes given on vinaigrettes and container gardening. $5 donation to support Historical Society. Dad's Belgian Waffles Thursday, July 4th 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Falcon Center Central City Adults: $7 in advance (319/438-1136) Cut off for advanced tickets is July 2nd), $8 at the door.Children 6-10: $4 in advance, $5 at the door: Children under 5 free. Carryouts Available! Come and eat...stay for the parade!! Proceeds to Central City United Church of Christ

• The image of the typical pirate that’s been passed down through history is partly true and partly false. Pirates often wore a scarf tied around their head to keep their hair out of their face and to prevent sweat from running into their eyes. They frequently went barefoot which gave them better traction on slippery decks. Pirates wore earrings because they thought it would improve their vision. (Acupuncturists say this isn’t far from the truth.) Burying their treasure is not something that happened often, although there are a few cases on record. Leaving a treasure behind left it vulnerable. Most often plunder was carried to the nearest port and sold. Likewise, walking the plank was a rare occurrence. In fact, there are only two pirates known to have used that method. One was Major Stede Bonnet, who is credited with inventing it, and the other was a Dane called Captain Derdrake. More commonly, men were simply thrown overboard. • Contrary to popular belief, a pirate ship tended to be a fairly democratic workplace. A charter establishing ship rules would be drawn up at the start of each voyage with each sailor contributing to the list and expected to stick to it. Disability pensions were awarded for pirates wounded in battle. Usually, the captain was elected by secret ballot and could be voted out of office. Likewise, ships’ officers were often elected democratically. Many pirate captains preferred to win their battles with a show of force rather than bloodthirsty slaughter. Booty was generally divided fairly, with the captain receiving a share and a half; officers receiving a share and a quarter; and crew getting one share each. Nobody on the pirate ship got paid anything at all unless they captured something of value. Most ships carried musicians on board to provide entertainment.

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What did the pirate say when he crashed his ship upon the iceberg??? Shiver me timbers! A husband and wife were at a party chatting with some friends when the subject of marriage counseling came up. "Oh! We’ll never need that. My husband and I have a great relationship," the wife explained. "He was a communications major in college, and I majored in theater arts. He communicates really well, and I just act like I'm listening.


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• In the late 1600s, when most of humanity was still illiterate, ships flew flags with pictures on them indicating their identity and intention. Flags might depict an hourglass (indicating time running out for surrender), or a sword (indicating willingness to fight), or a skull and crossbones, which was by far the most popular design. The color of a flag also sent messages: A black flag meant the pirates would give quarter, and would spare the lives of the captured crew if the treasure was handed over without a fight. If the victims refused to lay down their weapons, a red flag (preferably dipped in blood) would be run up. If a red flag was flying, it meant no quarter would be given and the crew could expect to die. Seeing the sight of a red flag with skull and crossbones was often all it took to convince the victims to give up and hand all their goods over. After all, the cargo on board usually didn’t even belong to them. A white flag indicated surrender. • The French phrase ‘joli rouge’ means ‘pretty red’ which is thought to be the reason the pirate flag is called the Jolly Roger. • Cannon shot was carefully aimed to destroy the sails and masts of the ships being captured without damaging the ship itself. Pirates needed to immobilize the ship but did not want to destroy it. Treasure didn’t do much good if it was sitting on the bottom of the ocean, and the boat itself was a prize worth keeping. Cannonballs were often made imperfectly on purpose because they would make more noise in flight if they were not perfectly round, and noisy cannonballs were more intimidating than silent cannonballs. • The fierce Gujarati pirates made captured merchants swallow an emetic called tamarindi mixed with salt sea water which would cause them to vomit, throwing up any gemstones they may have swallowed prior to being caught. th

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• The word ‘pirate’ comes from the Greek ‘peiran’ meaning ‘to attack.’ • The word ‘careen’ comes from the French word ‘carene’ meaning the keel of a ship. Boats that collected barnacles and seaweed moved sluggishly in the water so they needed to be cleaned regularly, especially if they were pirate ships that needed to outmaneuver their victims. The boat would be tilted on its side to be scraped, repaired, and re-caulked. ‘Careening’ has now come to mean lurching or swerving while in motion. • Coins could once be cut into pieces to make change. A dollar coin could be broken into eight bits. Two bits equaled a quarter of a dollar. That’s how pirates got pieces of eight and England got the halfpenny and the farthing, which was originally a ‘fourthings’ or a fourth of a penny.

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A chance meeting results in an interesting exchange. Don’t believe everything you hear, Capricorn. A standoff at work is a real eye-opener.

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You’ve got the upper hand this week, Aquarius. Use it to your advantage. A personal issue comes to a head for a friend. Be there for them.

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Money matters take precedence this week. Review your budget with care, Pisces. There are ways to cut back. A mentor makes a generous offer.

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A project grows. Plan accordingly, Aries, or prepare for less than stellar results. Youngsters bring a breath of fresh air to a special occasion. Enjoy!

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Summer calls for sun in the fun. Take a break from the action, Taurus, and you will return with a fresh perspective and more energy to tackle a nagging problem.

May 21– June 21 Oops, Gemini. An argument at home spirals out of control due to a crass remark. It’s your turn to play peacemaker. A report receives rave reviews.

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Concerns grow over a relative’s need for independence. Don’t add to the fodder until you have your facts straight, Cancer. There is more to the situation than you realize.

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ParadeFulton’s Saturday June 29th 10steamboats AM • Following success, in Downtown Cedar Rapids! became a prime transporter of passengers and Q: What did the detective in the Arctic to the in the goods across the country. Forsay example, suspect? steamboat port of New Orleans, 20 steamboat

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started supplanting the steamboat as the 3. The slowest growing plant on the planet may be a lichen that grows in the Arctic on preferred transporter of passengers and goods. rocks ● “Delayed flightsthan happen. If youzero are in late that get colder 90 below getting to your hotel, call ahead and have the winter. A lichen one inch in diameter waiting. If the old? hotel does not have maydinner be how many years 4. How days midnight sun roommany service, thedoes frontthe desk will have the lastphone at the number North Pole? of a local pizza or other 5. Which is colder: the North Pole, orIt’s the food delivery service, guaranteed! one 1. How many people live in the Arctic regions? South Pole? less stop to deal with.” -- J.L. in North


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