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OCTOBER OCCASIONS (continued): • October is a big month for monuments. President Grover Cleveland dedicated the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor on an October day in 1886. The statue, officially called the Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World, had been received from France the previous June in 350 separate parts and was assembled over the next four months. In October 1941, South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore was completed after 14 years of work by sculptor Gutzon Borglum and 400 workers. Unfortunately, Borglum didn’t get to see his 60-foot (18-m) carvings completed, as he died just months before the monument was done. Construction was completed on the St. Louis Arch in October 1965, following 32 months of work. Officially known as the Gateway Arch or Gateway to the West, it is the tallest manmade monument in the United States, towering 630 feet (192 m) over the city of St. Louis. When the structure was completed, the Federal Aviation Administration issued an order that any aviators who flew under the arch would receive a hefty fine and have their pilot’s license revoked. At least 10 pilots have disobeyed the edict. Only once have fliers been permitted — during the July 4th festivities of the nation’s bicentennial in 1976. • Germany’s Oktoberfest got its start in 1810, celebrating the marriage of Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria to

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• The famous gunfight at the OK Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, in October 1881 lasted only 30 seconds, with 30 shots fired and three men killed. The Earp Brothers and Doc Holliday were up against the Clanton-McLaury gang, a group of cattle rustlers, thieves and murderers. Two McLaury brothers and Billy Clanton were killed, while Holliday and two of the Earps were wounded. The shootout didn’t really take place in the Corral, but rather in a wide alley six doors east of the Corral’s rear entrance. • The Grand Ole Opry got its start in Nashville in October of 1925 as a one-hour radio broadcast. Featured artists in those early days included The Possum Hunters, The Gully Jumpers and The Fruit Jar Drinkers.


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• In 1978, at age 28, Krauthammer left his medical practice to work for the Jimmy Carter administration as a director of psychiatric research.

CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER If you watch the Fox News channel, you may be familiar with regular panelist Charles Krauthammer. Permanently injured as a young man, he refused to allow disability to derail his career plans. Follow along as Tidbits brings you up to date on this incredible man’s life. • By age 20, Charles Krauthammer already had an honors degree in political science and economics in hand and was furthering his education as a Commonwealth Scholar

Buying All • He began branching out into journalism, first as a u.S. Silver CoinS contributor, then later a regular writer and editor at The New Republic magazine. The 1980 presidential campaign PAying ToP brought the opportunity to serve as a speech writer for Vice President Walter Mondale during his run for the executive DollAr!!!! office. • Krauthammer’s journalism career further expanded when he began writing essays for Time magazine in 1983. He nabbed 1984’s “National Magazine Award for Essays and Criticism.” The following year, The Washington Post began featuring a weekly column by Krauthammer, which led to the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. He was responsible for coining the term “The Reagan Doctrine,” referring to the strategy implemented by the Reagan Administration to oppose the Soviet Union’s global attempts to promote communism. • Financial Times magazine has declared Krauthammer “the most influential commentator in America.” Considered an expert in the area of foreign policy, bioethics and electoral politics, Krauthammer is a panelist on the PBS weekly news program “Inside Washington” and does a nightly stint as a political commentator on Fox News. During his broadcasts, you might see him twist and turn in his wheelchair as he seeks to relieve some of the pain he experiences on a daily basis.

at Oxford. It was then on to Harvard to attend medical school. • At age 22, as a freshman in pre-med, Krauthammer broke his neck in a diving accident and was paralyzed. A hospital visit from Harvard’s associate dean of students helped direct the rest of Krauthammer’s life. Although confined to a wheelchair, he was determined to stay in class. The dean arranged for his professors to give bedside lectures, using the ceiling as a screen for the slide presentations.

• Krauthammer is president of the charitable organization The Krauthammer Foundation and also serves as chairman of Pro Musica Hebraica, an organization devoted to recovering and bringing lost or neglected Jewish music to concert halls. • At the time of his accident, Charles Krauthammer pushed himself beyond measure in order to “keep disaster from turning into ruin.” It’s apparent that he triumphs over his disability every single day.

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• The family of comedian, writer and actor Chevy Chase has been around New York a long time. Born Cornelius Crane Chase in October of 1943, Chase is a 14th-generation New

• As the Nazis were bombing Great Britain in October of 1940, Julia Lennon was giving birth to her son John in a Liverpool hospital. She gave him the middle name of Winston, in honor of Prime Minister Churchill. John Lennon’s Aunt Mimi gifted him with a guitar when he was 16, telling him, “The guitar’s all very well as a hobby, John, but you’ll never make a living out of it.” Before long, Lennon had formed his first band, The Quarrymen. Paul McCartney joined up in 1957, followed by George Harrison in 1958. By 1960, they were known as The Beatles. Lennon was returning home from a recording session for a new album when he was gunned down in December of 1980. The album was released after his death as “Milk and Honey.” • Although perhaps best known these days as the stepfather of the Kardashians, Bruce Jenner’s first notoriety came as a result of his Olympic gold medal decathlon feats. He set a world record in the event at the 1976 Montreal games, after a bronze medal in 1972. He has been involved in a variety of endeavors since that time. Even though Jenner hadn’t played basketball since high school, the year after the Olympics, the Kansas City Kings selected him in the 139th pick of the NBA draft. Jenner opted for a career in TV movies and series work, as well as game shows and “The American Sportsman.” He was a successful racecar driver during the 1980s; he plugged the Stair Climber Plus on an infomercial; and he began a career as a motivational speaker and TV sports commentator. In addition to his role on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” he owns Bruce Jenner Aviation, which sells aircraft supplies. Through it all, Jenner has lived with dyslexia and has appeared on the adult educational TV series “Learn to Read.”

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• Krauthammer underwent a year of rehab in a Harvard teaching hospital to enable him to continue his studies. Because he did not relearn the skill of handwriting for another three years, he was allowed to take his tests orally. He earned his M.D. in 1975 and began a career as chief resident in psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. During his tenure there, he and a colleague discovered a mental illness related to bipolar disease, resulting in highly acclaimed medical journal writings.

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Yorker, tracing his Manhattan ancestors back to 1624; two former NYC mayors are among them. Although he was listed in the Social Register at a young age, that didn’t keep him from working odd jobs such as cab driver, busboy, supermarket produce manager, wine store manager and theater usher. Many members of Chase’s family have been involved in the arts, including his book editor/writer father, concert pianist mother, opera singer grandmother, artist grandfather and painter great-uncle. As valedictorian of his high school class, he had ambitions of becoming a doctor. But his comedic nature won out, even resulting in expulsion from Haverford College for bringing a cow into a campus building. Although famous as one of “Saturday Night Live’s” original cast members, he was actually hired on the show as a writer, and became a cast member during rehearsals.

• John Mayer is not only a Grammy-winning, multi-platinum-album-selling singer, he is also a chronometrophile. That means he is an avid collector of watches, and he has a collection of timepieces worth about $20 million. He also loves to collect sneakers! Mayer began playing guitar at age 13 on an instrument his father rented. A medical emergency when he was 17 got him started as a songwriter. After being stricken with cardiac arrhythmia, Mayer spent several days in the hospital and, in his words, “That was the moment the songwriter in me was born.” He wrote his first song the night he arrived home from the hospital.


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• On Nov. 6, 1854, John Philip Sousa, “The March King,” is born in Washington, D.C. Following the Civil War, Sousa served a seven-year apprenticeship in the Marine Band, then went on to compose 136 marches, including “The Washington Post” (1889) and “Stars And Stripes Forever” (1896). • On Oct. 31, 1892, “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,” by Arthur Conan Doyle, is published. The book was the first collection of Holmes stories. University of Edinburgh teacher Dr. Joseph Bell partly inspired Doyle’s character Sherlock Holmes. • On Nov. 2, 1902, engineer Andrew Riker delivers the first four-cylinder, gas-powered Locomobile -- a 12-horsepower Model C made of manganese, bronze and heat-treated steel -- to a buyer in New York City. At $4,000, the elegant, luxurious touring car was built for wealthy patrons. • On Nov. 4, 1928, Arnold Rothstein, New York’s most notorious gambler, is shot and killed during a poker game at the Park Central Hotel in Manhattan. Police made arrests after following his trail of blood back to a suite where a group of men were playing cards. • On Nov. 5, 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt is re-elected for an unprecedented third term as president of the United States, with the promise of maintaining American neutrality in foreign wars. The day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt requested, and received, a declaration of war against Japan.

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2. In the smaller bowl, stir together the cup of warm water and borax powder until almost dissolved. Don’t worry if you Kids everywhere love just about anything that’s gooey, can’t get all of the little clumps to disappear completely. slithery and slimy. That’s probably why this recipe for “gooey goop” is such a crowd pleaser when you get together 3. Gather your family or friends together for this step! with friends, especially at a Halloween party. It’s quick, easy Slowly, and stirring constantly, pour the borax mixture into the glue mixture. Swirl the results with your hands and in seconds goop will form into gooey globs as it oozes from your slippery grasp. Pick it up, knead it, squeeze it and enjoy playing with it.

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• On Nov. 1, 1959, Jacques Plante of the Montreal Canadiens becomes the first NHL goaltender to wear a full facemask. Despite the coach’s objection, Plante put his foot down, pointing out that he’d “already had four broken noses, a broken jaw, two broken cheekbones and almost 200 stitches” in his head. • On Nov. 3, 1976, “Carrie,” a horror film starring Sissy Spacek and based on Stephen KingÕs 1974 best-selling first novel, opens in theaters around the United States. The film tells the story of high-school outcast Carrie White, who uses her telekinetic powers to exact a violent revenge on her teenage tormenters on prom night. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Q: Who was the actor who played the younger Riggins brother on “Friday Night Lights”? What is he doing now? -- Sherry R., via e-mail

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If you’re keeping score, NBC’s “Free Agents,” starring Hank Azaria, was canceled soon after “Playboy.” As of this writing, “Charlie’s Angels” has been panned by most critics and its ratings have not been up to par, making it a good bet to be the next show on the chopping block. *** Q: Can you tell me if two of my favorite comedies, IFC’s “Portlandia” and “The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret” with be back for new seasons? Please say yes! -Jennifer G., via e-mail A: Yes, both show will be back for their respective second season on IFC this January. Regarding “Portlandia,” stars Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein and Jonathan Krisel will be back, along with a slew of new characters and notable guest stars. And “Todd Margaret” will feature the return of David Cross, Will Arnett (who will be pulling double-duty, since his NBC show “Up All Night” has been picked up for a full season), Sharon Horgan and Blake Harrison, with Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”) making a guest-starring appearance. *** Q: “Drop Dead Diva” just finished up the season, and the ending gives the impression that it’s over. Will it be returning? -- Joan D., via e-mail A: Don’t you worry. Nancy Dubuc, president and general

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manager of Lifetime Networks, announced recently that “DDD” would be back for a 13-episode fourth season in summer 2012, stating: “’Drop Dead Diva’ is a signature series for Lifetime that continues to resonate with audiences with its heart and humor. We are thrilled to bring it back for another season.” Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475; or e-mail her at letters@cindyelavsky.com. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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TIDBITS - Please Support Our Advertisers your regular paycheck -- which doesn’t help those who are self-employed and receive checks from multiple sources -- and keep a high average daily balance. ®

At one bank, if you deal with a teller even once, there’s a fee for the month.

Navigating the Maze of New Bank Fees Hurt by the loss of funds from new laws reining in fees, banks have looked for loopholes. Now they’re rushing to cash in on different ways to extract dollars from the wallets of consumers. The variety of new restrictions can make it difficult to determine what fees you’ll likely incur. Some banks are applying pressure to consumers who don’t like to do banking online by attaching fees to receiving a monthly statement by mail. At the same time, with other banks there will be a fee to access your account online. The only way to avoid it is to sign up for direct deposit of

Long gone are the rewards for using your debit card for purchases, and a monthly fee has taken its place. At one bank, you can still receive points only if you have automatic deposits directly to savings. Another bank will start charging a monthly fee of $5 if a debit card is used. Still another bank will let you use your debit card for free if you keep $20,000 in your account. At another bank, checking accounts that used to be free will now be charged a fee, even for a basic stripped-down account. To have the fee waived, you’re required to make deposits of more than $500 a month and keep a high average daily balance. At one bank that minimum deposit is $6,000. With some banks, the minimum monthly balance can be the combined total of checking and savings. At another bank, you’ll pay a $20 monthly fee if you don’t keep a balance of $15,000.

For Advertising Information Call 954-667-3237 Still another bank will waive checking-account fees if you make five transactions per month. Those can be withdrawals, deposits, checks or ATM withdrawals. At another bank, your fees will be waived if you sign up for automatic bill pay. At still another, the fees will be waived through a combination of monthly balance and online bill pay. Complicated, isn’t it? When the notices come in the mail, read them carefully. Know what fees you’ll possibly incur. To get the best deal on your bank accounts, shop the credit unions. 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 328536475, or send e-mail to columnreply@gmail.com. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

Halloween can be a spooky good time for children and adults alike, but the cost of costumes can be downright scary. When I was a child, my brother and I dressed as a pirate and a gypsy, respectively, for several years, as they were costumes that could be put together using things you might find around the house. This week’s focus is on inexpensive or FREE Halloween costumes. Happy Halloween! • Most anyone can come up with a ghost costume (basically, a white sheet with eyes cut out and cut off at the bottom so itÕs not too long). How about dressing up that ghost with costume jewelry and makeup, or a mustache/beard drawn on, with a tie and carrying a briefcase labeled ÒScare CorporationÓ? Use hats or other dress-up accessories to make Dr. Ghost or Officer Ghost. The possibilities are endless. • A basic scarecrow needs only a flannel shirt, a pair of jeans and socks, a floppy hat and some straw. Stuff wadded-up plastic bags into shirt or pants to fill, then use rubber bands to secure straw at the cuffs. Paint on a funny face. (Thanks to J.R. in Illinois.) • Be an over-the-top tourist: A loud Hawaiian-style shirt paired with a pair of shorts, perhaps socks with sandals?

Carry a camera on a strap around your neck. Use a small carry-on bag as your treat bag, or decorate a paper sack by gluing on squares cut from a map. • Be Static Cling! Use safety pins to pin a variety of small items to your outfit -- think socks, scarves, even a pair of undies if you dare! Tease hair until itÕs standing straight up, and use hairspray to keep it that way. • If you have a box, you can cut arm and leg holes in it and draw a grid on all sides. Fill in the squares with different colors to make a RubikÕs Cube. (Thanks to F.S. in North 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 heresatip@yahoo.com. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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A Plumber’s Snake? What’s That? Q: One thing my uncle recommended when I moved into my recently purchased house is something called a plumber’s snake. Just what is that? I presume it’s for getting into pipes or something. -- Tammy in Des Moines, Iowa A: You’re right, Tammy, it does have something to do with getting into pipes. Specifically, a plumber’s snake -- more professionally known as a hand auger -- is a handheld tool used for clearing clogs in drain lines. It consists of a flexible tube with a spring coil on one end, attached to a hand crank at the other end. The tube is inserted into the affected drain until the clog is reached; then the hand crank is turned so that the clogging material gets caught in the spring coil and is pulled out along with the tubing. The beauty of the hand auger -- there’s also a larger version called a closet auger or toilet auger, specifically for toilets

TIDBITS - Please Support Our Advertisers -- is that it can clear many types of clogs without using chemicals to break up the material or using a drill that could break through the pipe. ®

Using the hand auger takes a little bit of practice. It’s not hard to use, but you’re fishing blind through the drainpipe, and figuring out the difference between a bend in the pipe and the actual clog can take a few tries. So, for example, let’s say you’re clearing a clog in a sink drain. You’ve either removed the trap (the U-bend pipe under the sink) or, if the trap has this, unscrewed the bolt at the bottom of the trap and let the water drain into a bucket. But the clog doesn’t clear (meaning it’s a little further back in the drain line). With the trap removed or the drain bolt unscrewed: --Loosen the auger lock (the bolt sticking up at the feeder end of the auger) and feed the cable into the drain line. --When you meet resistance, find out if you’re simply at a bend in the pipe. Feed out a few inches more cable so you have some extra sticking out of the pipe. Tighten down the auger lock. Slowly turn the auger handle clockwise, pushing slightly. If it’s a bend in the line, the resistance will stop and you can continue feeding cable. --If the resistance doesn’t let up, you may have located a clog. Turn the handle a few more times to try and snag

October 21, 2011 • 13 the clog material. Then, loosen the auger lock. Continue turning the handle clockwise to reel in the cable. --If you meet solid resistance and then the cable slowly feeds in, with continuous resistance, you likely have a soap clog. Slowly continue to bore through the soap clog until resistance lessens. Then, retrieve the cable by loosening the auger lock and turning the handle clockwise. Once you’ve taken care of the clog, reconnect the trap. Run hot water through the pipe, which will flush out loose debris or help break up that soap clog.

HOME TIP: Keep drains healthy with this nontoxic solution: combine 1 cup baking soda, 1 cup salt and 1/4 cup cream of tartar. Pour 1/4 cup of this mixture into each drain in the house, and follow with 2 cups boiling water. Repeat weekly. Send your questions or comments to ask@thisisahammer.com, or write This Is a Hammer, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Sponsored by United Churches of Liberia and City of Hollywood Parks and Recreation This alternative Halloween event is geared towards bringing the community together for an evening of fun and games for the kids with bounce houses, face painting and music in a safe and positive environment. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center located at 2400 Charleston Street Time 6:30pm-11:00pm

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