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Spring has sprung and Tidbits is focusing on historical events from the months of April and May. • Henry Ford II unveiled the company’s brandnew sports car, the Ford Mustang, at the New York City World’s Fair on April 17, 1964. The car made its debut at dealerships across the country on the same day, experiencing sales of nearly 22,000 cars. By the end of the first year of production, 400,000 Mustangs had been sold. Did you know that the Mustang took its name from a World War II plane, a fighter that cost about $51,000 to build at that time? • The American Civil War began on April 12, 1861 when, under General P.G.T. Beauregard’s orders, Confederate forces opened fire on the Union’s Fort Sumter in South Carolina’s Charleston Bay. The war continued for just shy of four years, ending on April 9, 1865, when Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army to Union General Ulysses S. Grant. • Slow down! That’s what the state of Connecticut said when they became the first state to pass a speed limit law on May 21, 1901. The new regulation restricted motor vehicles to 12 mph in the city and 15 mph 24 on country roads. Turn the page for more!
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• Spring has always been a busy time in the world of baseball. April 20, 1912 marked the opening day of both Detroit’s Tiger Stadium and Boston’s Fenway Park, news which was overshadowed by the previous week’s sinking of the Titanic. The original Yankee Stadium opened in April, 1923, and the New York Mets’ Shea Stadium had opening day in April, 1964. The world’s first domed sports stadium, the Houston Astrodome opened the following year. Built at a cost of $37 million, the Astrodome boasted a sophisticated air conditioning system. On opening night, the Astros battled the New York Yankees in an exhibition game, and Mickey Mantle hit the stadium’s first home run. • On May 2, 1939, the great New York Yankees first baseman Lou Gehrig ended his 2,130games-played streak when he benched himself for poor play. His final game had been April 30, and he never played again. Gehrig knew something was wrong, but didn’t know his diagnosis would be amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), now commonly called “Lou Gehrig’s Disease.” Lou Gehrig Day was held at Yankee Stadium two months later on July 4th, and as 60,000 fans looked on, Gehrig made his famous statement, “Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” He passed away two years later at age 37. • Earth Day was first observed in April of 1970, with 20 million participants. It was the brainstorm of U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin, who came up with the idea after touring a disastrous oil spill in the Santa Barbara, California area. In his words, “It had been troubling me that the state of our environment was simply a non-issue in the politics of the country.” ...continued
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• April 19, 1897 marked the first running of the Boston Marathon, with 15 runners at the starting line. John J. McDermott, representing the Pastime Athletic Club of New York City, was the inaugural winner with a time of 2:55:10, nearly seven minutes ahead of the next competitor. The men’s record, set in 2011, is 2:03:02, while the best women’s time is 2:19:59, a record achieved in 2014. • “The Wedding of the Century” took place on April 18, 1956 when actress Grace Kelly married Monaco’s Prince Rainier III. Thirty-six seamstresses worked on 26-year-old Kelly’s wedding dress for six weeks in preparation for the nuptials. After meeting at the Cannes Film Festival, the pair corresponded for eight months before Rainier traveled to America to meet her family, proposing to Grace three days later. Before the marriage plans could proceed, the family was required to provide a $2 million dowry. Following the ceremony attended by 600 guests, the royal couple departed for their seven-week Mediterranean honeymoon cruise aboard the prince’s yacht. • The month of April has had its share of tragedies. In 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was bombed by Timothy McVeigh. In 1999, Colorado’s Columbine High School shootings occurred. It was also the month of the assassinations of President Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr. The sinking of the Titanic, the devastating nuclear accident at the Soviet Union’s Chernobyl plant, the Boston Marathon bombing, and the Virginia Tech shooting also took place in April. ...continued
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Mike Lee accomplishments and agenda items: • 18 years of law enforcement experience and is highly decorated. • Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department’s first ever to receive a lifesaving award after responding to an active shooter situation where a man was shot in the chest. • Received the “Beyond the Traffic Stop” award from the North Dakota DOT for criminal interdiction. • Mike and his K9 partners have won numerous K9 competitions for drug detection, as well as the Iron Dog competition. • Received numerous traffic safety awards. • Will focus on making the department proactive rather than reactive. • Another item on Mike Lee’s agenda is the high recidivism (repeat offenders) rate at the jail. • Will take an active role in curbing the drug epidemic, as well as work with the community in tackling the opioid problems we are facing. • Believes the Sheriff should be a leader in creating a solution to these issues. • Mike has a plan that would reduce the County budget by more $400,000.00 annually. “Effective leadership only happens when great leaders are willing to do uncomfortable things.” Paid for by Big Al’s Construction
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• Some say tomato, some say tomah-to, some say fruit, some say vegetable. So which is it? In the botanical sense, a tomato is a fruit, the berry of a flowering plant, the edible part of a plant containing seeds, while a vegetable is a stem, leaf, or root. However, in 1893, the U.S. Supreme Court declared it a vegetable for taxation purposes, for the purposes of levying a tariff on imported vegetables. • The average person consumes about 24 lbs. of tomatoes every year. About half of that amount is through catsup and tomato sauce. In fact, about 75% of the tomatoes consumed by Americans are in some kind of processed form. The key ingredient in nearly 80% of our favorite recipes is tomatoes. Pace Foods uses about 35 million lbs. of fresh tomatoes to produce their picante sauce and salsas, and have contributed to salsa replacing catsup as the top-selling condiment in the United States. • Of those Americans with home gardens, about 93% plant tomatoes. • The tomato is popular in an official capacity across America. New Jersey has designated the tomato as its official state vegetable, while Tennessee and Ohio have named it the official state fruit, and Arkansas has the tomato as both its official state fruit and official state vegetable. Louisiana has chosen the Creole tomato as its official state vegetable.
• The tomato plant is a member of the Nightshade family, along with potatoes, tobacco, eggplant, and chili peppers. It has its origins in Peru, where the Aztec language translated its description to “plump thing with a navel.” Its scientific name is Lycopersicon lycopersicum, which means, “wolf peach.” The Italians call a tomato “pomodoro,” which translates “apple of gold.”
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• New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, a Sherpa from Nepal, set foot on the summit of Mount Everest at 11:30 AM on May 29, 1953, the first explorers to accomplish the feat. They spent just 15 minutes at the summit of the highest point on Earth, 29,028 feet before beginning their descent. Each man left an offering in the snow – Norgay, some chocolates, and Hillary, a cross that had been a gift to him.
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