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We’re in the thick of winter! Windows are frosty, the New Year is in, and we’ve settled in to wait 150out +points of distribution locally the winter until spring. Until the Groundhog makes his predication next month, sit back and let Tidbits give you some frigid facts on ice! YOUR AD wonʼt get lost on • We start to see it when the weather dips below of Cedar Rapids pageWhether 4-Section D.on It right freezing. as icicles theis edge of eaves 4601 6th St. SW Suite B Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 or inalongside an intricate hotel in Europe, that shivery, the trivia, making 24 HR EMERGENCY SERVICE CERTIFIED FLOOD CONTRACTOR slick ice is everywhere you look, but don’t GARAGE DOORS & OPENERS 24 HR EMERGENCY SERVICE We have door miss SECTIONS & SPRINGS takeitit impossible for granted. Didto you knowYOUR that modern REPLACED designs to Liftmaster® offers the only opener that refrigeration is oftenis contributed John Gorrie? ROLLING DOORS & GRILLES ad. Tidbits a breaktofrom the features an integrated Battery Backup meet all your LOADING DOCK EQUIPMENT This physician and inventor is considered the system to reliably lift and close the garage architectural WE SERVICE ALL MAKES news of the regular media. door even when the power goes out. father of modern refrigeration. Dr. Gorrie gave OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE needs! Nomedical bad news, facts. and up his career to just study fun refrigeration obtained patent for take a machine make ice in Our areaders the topaper Jim Brown 1851! Phone 319-365-7894 home to share with family and Fax 319-365-6152 • Let’s imagine ahead to summer and the Toll Free 866-572-9667 friends. The price is right to sweltering heat. Do you know what can’t be beatget on ayour hot dayad in in July? An ICEE. The ICEE front of the right machine was invented by Omar Knedlik back people-OFTEN! in the 60s. Did you know that the logo you see For available properties and a tenant application. today is the very same logo from the original ICEE machine? There was even an original Distributed in restaurants, fast- 1 Bedroom starting at $225 rendition of the famous ICEE polar bear. When food restaurants, coffee shops, 2 Bedrooms starting at the weather gets warm again in a few months, $295 go out and get yourself ICEE,salons, but don’t drink offices, banks,anhair Duplexes starting at too fast and get a brain freeze! auto repair shops, tire stores, $475 turn the page for more! Townhouses starting at motels, medical & dental $355 waiting rooms, government WANT TO RUN YOUR OWN BUSINESS? K E L L E Y P R O P E RT Y Largest Selection Lowest Rent MANAGEMENT Publish a Paper in Your Area offices, retail stores, etc.

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BREAK THE ICE (continued): • This article may be called “Break the Ice”, but do you remember “Don’t Break the Ice?” The game was popular with several generations as it was first released in 1968 by Hasbro. The game consisted of 36 blocks arranged in a 6x6 square. Players take turns trying to knock out blocks of ice without causing the central block to fall. Another similar game was 1992’s “Thin Ice.” Players take turns placing marbles onto a thin sheet of tissue paper - or “ice.” Players try to place as many marbles as they can on the ice without any breaking through. Sound like fun? You can still find these great games and more for sale online. • Do you like to cook? Thought about getting your degree in the culinary arts? Then perhaps the Institute of Culinary Education, or ICE, is right for you. ICE is located in New York City and is celebrating its 33rd anniversary this year. It was founded by Peter Kump in 1975 and originally only had five students. Today the institute has one hundred forty times that many students! Never heard of ICE? Well, don’t fret. You’ve probably heard of one of their alumna. Ashley Merriman was chosen to compete in the latest season of Bravo’s Top Chef.

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• Need more icy acronyms? Try U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which is located within the Department of Homeland Security. ICE is a recent branch of the DHS. It was established in 2003. The branch handles the enforcement of U.S. customs and immigration laws. You can find out more about the branch and its programs by visiting • Do you know Robert Matthew Van Winkle? He was a teenager when he got his nickname, which you might recognize more than his given name. Van Winkle gained mainstream success with the release of his first rap single. The song sampled “Under Pressure” by David Bowie and Queen. Recognize him now? That’s right. It’s Vanilla Ice! NOW HERE’S A TIP By JoAnn Derson

● Do you have drawers that stick? If they’re made of wood, just grab a candle and rub the side over the tops of both rails. The wax provides just the right amount of lubrication to keep those drawers sliding in and out without a fight! ● “To cover the blades of our kids’ ice skates when we transport them in the car, my husband cut a section of garden hose that is a little longer than the blade. Then he slit it down the side. We just slip one on each skate, and it protects the blade, as well as anything the blade might run into in the trunk.” -- I.L. in Minnesota ● S.L. in Illinois writes: “Here is my tip. When closing a plastic bag, use a clip-type wooden clothespin with a metal frame. It holds much better than a twisty, and takes less time and effort to use.” ● To get rid of mascara on clothing, try this trick: Use the dull side of a knife to flake any dried bits away. Moisten stained area and rub it with a bar of soap. Rub the area between your fingers and rinse. Repeat until stain is gone.

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● “To remove soot stains from a glass fireplace door, I have found that the best tool is a straight-edge razor. I scrape it to get the gunk off, then clean with equal parts vinegar and water. Use newspaper or a lint-free cloth to buff dry.” -- M.R. in New York ● “I was making a repair to a knickknack the other day, and after it was glued, I needed someplace to put it to let the glue dry. The repair was near the bottom, so I couldn’t lay it down on its side without it rolling. My sister suggested using a container of decorative sand I had nearby, and it worked beautifully.” -- D.S. in South Carolina Send your tips to Now Here’s a Tip, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475 or e-mail JoAnn at (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc.

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BREAK THE ICE (continued): • Ever heard of water ice? You have if you’re from the Philadelphia area. The term is a popular local nickname for Italian ice. If you’re from the area, you might also have heard of Rita’s, an Italian ice shop that first opened in Bensalem, Pennsylvania in 1984. Twenty-five years later and Rita’s has over 500 locations in the United States. There’s probably even a Rita’s near you. Find your local Rita’s by visiting them online at • Now some of you might even be asking, “What is Italian ice? Is it ice cream? Is it shaved ice?” Not quite. Italian ice is made from syrup of fruit puree that is mixed and frozen like ice cream.

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• The night was full of snow and now there are long, tapered icicles on the eaves of your roof. They form when warm air escaping your house causes snow on your roof to melt, but the temperature is still freezing out and this causes the melted snow to freeze again. To help prevent icicles on your house, make sure your house is well insulated and use a roof rake to prevent excess snow buildup on your roof. • It is said that Roman emperor, Nero, is one of the famous forerunners of frozen treats like ice cream. He reportedly sent men to retrieve snow from the mountains so his cooks could make him a frozen treat out of snow mixed with such things as honey or fruit.

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• What does the Executive Vice President of Production at Paramount Pictures have in common with the charming Southern city of Savannah, Georgia? Ice cream. Stratton Leopold and his family ran a multi-generation ice cream shop before Stratton moved to Hollywood to start his film career. He produced such movies as Born Yesterday and The General’s Daughter. In 2004, Stratton reopened Leopold’s in Savannah and they are currently celebrating 90 years!

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Week of January 4th, 2010 For Distribution E-mail: or Call (319) 360-3936 BREAK THE ICE (continued): • Do you know how iceberg lettuce got its name? This mostly water based green, a classic in caesar salads, ® was actually called “crisphead lettuce” before the 1920s. Around this time, farmers in California began shipping the lettuce covered in crushed ice to help preserve it and the rest is history!

FILLER PAGE 1 Tidbits Laughs 4Q06 WEEK 40 1616 6th St. SW, Cedar Rapids East West 362-0788 At one point during a Little OCT 1 – OCT 7 366-0721 366-8406 • Would you care for some German eiswein? Maybe NOW OPEN, 7 DAYS A WEEK! the coach it’s more familiar League to you bygame, it’s English name of 824 6th St. SW HOME OF THE ORIGINAL icewine? Eisweinsaid firstto appeared in Germany BOHEMIAN BAGEL D.J. Conner, “Do Dine-In & Carry-out special around the late 1700s. Farmers noticed that grapes GREAT FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS left on the vine and producedwhat a very sweet youfrozen understand coopBuy any Medium or Large juice when pressed. The Germans began making Now Serving is? What team is?”a wine from theseeration frozen grapes. To beaconsidered Pizza, Get a FREE 9” true icewine in Germany, grapes must be pressed Famous Babís Pizza Calzone! D.J. nodded. while frozen. Due to the intricate and specific way in which the grapes must be harvested, icewine is Monday - Thursday 4-10 pm often more expensive “So,”thantheregular coachwine. continued, Friday & Saturday 4-Midnight Sunday 4-Midnight • Have you heard “when the one aabout the naming of strike is called, Guaranteed Satisfaction or we Greenland and Iceland? Popular storytelling has it personally give you your Money Back! that Vikings, who or didn’t want out otheratpeople you’re first, settling you in their new found island, named the beautiful, don’t or barren curse orisland green island Iceland andargue the icy, Greenland to ward of unwelcome visitors and attack the umpire. Right?” keep the island all to themselves. Truth has it that the name Iceland was given to the island by the Again, D.J. nodded. Viking Flóki Vilgerðarson. He got the name from the icebergs floating in one of the fjords off the “Good,”It just saidgets theacoach. island. As for Greenland? bad wrap STEP UP TO in that story. Greenland, justover like Iceland, is a “Now go there and beautiful country teeming with life. Don’t get us explain your mother.” wrong, there is still plenty itofto ice, but there is also THE PLATE! DC’s

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