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PIRATE WAYS • 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. TALK LIKE A PIRATE • 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. • After the discovery that vitamin C in lemons, oranges, and limes cures scurvy, sailors were supplied with citrus fruits during voyages, leading to their nickname of ‘limeys.’ • Booty comes from the German root ‘bute’ meaning ‘exchange.’ NANCY’S PAPERS • In the 1700s, an American ship called the Nancy was suspected of pirating and of running Britain’s blockade of France. Cornered in the Caribbean, the captain of the Nancy tossed incriminating logbooks and papers into the sea just before being captured. The captain and crew of the Nancy were taken to Britain to stand trial. However, without the ship’s papers, there was no evidence. Just then a second British ship sailed into port, bringing the Nancy’s papers. They had found the ship’s papers in the belly of a shark they caught off Haiti. The captain of the Nancy was convicted and hung. The papers were placed in a museum.

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• Anne married James Bonny, and they moved to a pirate’s hold-out in the Bahamas where Anne • Captain Jack and his crew were tried on November 16, 1720, and sentenced to hang. Anne was became involved in the lives of the pirates. When allowed to visit him before his execution, and her the Governor of the Bahamas offered money in scathing rebuke lives on in history: “Had you fought exchange for information about the pirates, James like a man, you need not have been hanged like a Bonny spilled the beans, much to the wrath of dog!” Anne, who subsequently divorced him. Not long afterwards, she fell in love with a dashing young • Anne and Mary were tried and found guilty. But at pirate named Captain Jack Rackham. their sentencing, when the judge asked if they had anything to say, they both revealed themselves • Anne wanted to travel with Captain Rackham as to be pregnant. Since British law forbade killing he plundered the seas, but having a woman on an unborn child, their sentences were stayed board a ship was problematical. She started to temporarily. disguise herself as a man, serving alongside the other sailors on board Rackham’s sloop called the • Mary is said to have died of a fever in prison in Vanity. 1721, before the birth of her child. Other reports say she feigned death and was sneaked out of the • In the meantime, Mary Read was born in England prison under a shroud. around 1690. When she was still an infant, her father left on a sea voyage never to return, leaving • No record of Anne’s execution has ever been her mother destitute. Her mother decided to travel found. Some say that her wealthy father bought her to London to beg for financial support from her release after the birth of her child and she settled mother-in-law. Knowing that the woman disliked down to a quiet family life on a small Caribbean little girls, she dressed Mary like a boy. The ploy island. worked, and Mary spent the rest of her childhood pretending to be a boy, even after her grandmother died.

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• The first and most important piece of equipment for bicycle safety is the helmet. • It is very important when buying a bike helmet that it meets the standards of one of the following: CSA, ASTM, CPSC, Snell, ANSI. • There are three different types of approved cycling helmets: Thin Shell, Hard Shell and Multipurpose, it is important to choose which will best suit the rider. • When looking to buy a bike helmet you should try and purchase from a knowledgeable sales staff that knows how to fit helmets properly, choose a bright colored helmet to make it easier for motorists to see, choose a helmet with a good foam lining and it is important to remember NOT TO TRADE SAFTEY FOR STYLE. • The most important thing in regards to helmets is that they fit properly, the helmet should be worn squarely on top of the head covering the tip of the forehead and about 1-2 cm above the eyebrows. (See photo below right). • Prior to getting out and riding it is important to perform a Bicycle inspection. • Begin by dropping your bike from about 10 cm off the ground, any rattles or loose parts should be tightened. • Brakes is the next step. Check that the rubber brake blocks are at a minimum of 5 cm thick and that they contact the rim squarely. Brake levers should not touch the handlebars when they are pulled. • Wheels should be securely fastened, and should spin without rubbing or wobbling. Tires should be completely inflated to the recommended PSI which is stamped on the sidewall, and should have good tread with no cuts or bulges. • The chain should be well oiled and be under some tension, but with single speed chain it should have about 1 cm of play. • Keep handle bars and saddle tightly fastened and make sure ALL reflectors and bells are working properly.

Maintenance Tips Weekly Tips • Oil Chain, clean your bike • Check tire pressure • Check and tighten loose parts.

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~ Community Events ~ MONDAY, JULY 8 •Lawn Bowling At Crescent Park Fun for the whole family, from 8 yrs and up! At 7pm. Come 15 – 20 minutes early so teams can be drawn. There are free lessons to get you started. Please call 306-6933388, 306-691-5045 or 306-691-5959 for more information. •Men’s Adult Floor Hockey Located at the 15 Wing base gym. The cost is 3 dollars, and you must use a plastic bladed stick. You can either bring your own stick or they are available at the gym. •Teen Wellness Clinic Located at Public Health Services (107-110 Ominica Street West) Monday 2:005:00pm and Tuesday-Friday 2:00-4:00pm. •Basketball & Cheerleading Camp Ages 8-13. Lunch and swimming provided. Cost $75. Contact Kyleigh at 306-6818653 for more information. •Go! Read and Create Sculptures! Family Services Editon Read with us, and then experiment with clay! Join Moose Jaw Public Library at the Family Services Bureau for reading, games, snacks and crafts at 4pm. Ages 0-5 Registration is required. Register by phoning 306-692-2787. TUESDAY, JULY 9 •Cosmo Jam Sessions Come to the Cosmo Centre and join in the fun! Dance with your favourite partner or just listen to the great music from 9:30-11. Cost is $2. •Teen Wellness Clinic Located at Public Health Services (107-110 Ominica Street West) Monday 2:005:00pm and Tuesday-Friday 2:00-4:00pm. •Basketball & Cheerleading Camp Continued •Go Storytime: How do you go? Blast off into space with us…and explore the galaxies! Come and join us from 1011am for an hour of stories, rhymes and a take-home craft. Ages 2-5. Registration is required. To register call 306-692-2787. •Le-Go! Mania Join us for an hour, and build whatever you can imagine with Lego! In August, your creations will be put on display! For ages 2-10 Registration is not required, admission is free. At the Moose Jaw Public Library from July 2nd to August 20th - 2 – 3pm. •Moose Jaw Youth String Orchestra Registration is from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. @ 436 Langdon Crescent. No experience is necessary, ages 5 to 18 years. Instruments are available to rent. •Synchronized Swimming Our Synchro team swims every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30pm. We offer beginners classes as well as masters programs and are always welcoming new swimmers. Please contact Amanda at 306-694-5658 for more information. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 •Basketball & Cheerleading Camp Continued •Lawn Bowling At Crescent Park

Fun for the whole family, from 8 yrs and up! At 7pm. Come 15 – 20 minutes early so teams can be drawn. There are free lessons to get you started. Please call 306-6933388, 306-691-5045 or 306-691-5959 for more information. •Just DIY! Fly-By Tie Dye Moose Jaw Public Library invites youths ages 10 -18 to Just DIY! Fly-By Tie Dye. The program will take place at 6:30pm at the public library. Come get crazy as we dye ourselves some one-of-a-kind t-shirts, tank-tops, and anything else you can think of. All Materials will be provided. Admission is free. Refreshments will be served. For further information please contact Hanna or Laura at 306-692-2787. •Stories in Crescent Park Slap on some sunscreen and hang out with us in Crescent Park for an hour of stories, rhymes and games. This story time is ideal for larger group visits. In the event of rain or other weather situations, story time would happen inside the Library and seating would be limited. For ages 3-10 Registration is not required, admission is free. Located at the Moose Jaw Public Library on Wednesdays: (From July 3 to July 31) from 10 – 11am. •Go! To The Movies! Go! To The Movies! Join us for some great family films on the theme of Go! TD Summer Reading Club. Featured movie “Up!”. Movies subject to change without notice. Registration is not required, admission is free. Moose Jaw Public Library Theatre at 2pm. Ages 2-10 Welcome. THURSDAY, JULY 11 •Basketball & Cheerleading Camp Continued •Space Camp At the WDM What’s beyond the sky? Space Camp for children ages 5 to 8. From 10am to 4pm, bring a brown bag lunch. Enjoy a variety of fun and educational activities. For more information or to register call 306-693-5989. Register early, space is limited. •What EMS is? Moose Jaw Public Library invites everyone to attend What EMS Is with speaker Ray Francis, EMS Paramedic. The program will be at 2:30pm. Join us for a look into the fascinating world of Emergency Medical Services. Admission is free. •Go Storytime: How do you Go? Blast off into space with us…and explore the galaxies! Come and join us at 10am for an hour of stories, rhymes and a take-home craft. Registration is required, admission is free. Ages 2-5. Registration for this session starts July 3, 9:30 am. Register by phoning 306-692-2787. •Wakamow Valley Kids Day A day of FREE events for Moose Jaw and area families to kick off the summer in style. •1856 Moose Jaw Schools Cadet Corps (Royal Canadian Army Cadets) Every Thursday Evening at the Armories at 18:30 (6:30pm) in Moose Jaw. Are you a youth or a parent of a youth looking for a new activity for them, for age 12-18 female and male. Come check us out. For any question contact the office on Thursday evening at 692-0551. FRIDAY, JULY 12

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•Basketball & Cheerleading Camp Continued •Motif Back for a 39th year is this 3 day, outdoor multicultural festival that celebrates the rich cultural diversity in the Moose Jaw area! 3 Day Advance Pass: $12 1 Day Pass (at the gate): $8 Parking: $2/day or $3/weekend on site Tickets sold at: 60 Athabasca St E. •Pancake Breakfast Pancake Breakfast from 8–10am. $5.00 per person. Everyone Welcome. •Go! Out of this World (Star Wars Style) Prepare for an intergalactic battle! Become your own Jedi, and make your own light saber! We will also practice speaking Wookiee! Ages 6-10. Registration is required, register by phoning 306-692-2787. 11am at the Moose Jaw Public Library. SATURDAY, JULY 13 •Spirits Of The Trail Spirits of the Trail -- Relive the North West Battle the Never Happened! This powerful outdoor drama re-lives one of the most significant episodes in Canadian (and American) history: the meeting and alliance of Major James Walsh of the NWMP and Sitting Bull, War Chief of the Lakota Sioux. About 5,000 Sioux crossed “the medicine line” at Fort Walsh in 1877, seeking refuge from the U.S. Army. The year before, the army had declared war on the Sioux Nation, following General Custer’s defeat at the Little Bighorn River. Gates Open - 3 p.m. (Heritage Festival) Show Starts - 5 p.m. Concession. •Motif Continued •Youth Writer’s Circle Calling all burgeoning writers! Come for a night of reading, writing, and critique. Also, feel free to bring a piece of your own writing. Ages 10-18. No registration required, admission is free. Moose Jaw Public Library at 3pm. SUNDAY, JULY 14 •Salvation Army Church Service Everyone is welcome! Join us for a morning of music, worship, and learning! Transportation to and from the church may be available; please email or call prior to Sunday. The Salvation Army church is wheelchair accessible. Service from 10:3012pm. •Motif Continued •5th Annual Family BBQ You Are Invited to MP Ray Boughen’s 5th Annual Family BBQ. Come Meet Your Member of Parliament! Everyone invited! Refreshments and BBQ food are provided! FREE! Oval, Kiwanis Park from 12-3pm. •CVMG Moose Jaw Motorcycle Show and Shine The Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group, South Sask. Section, along with the Western Development Museum in Moose Jaw, is hosting a Motorcycle Show and Shine at the Western Development Museum parking lot, 50 Diefenbaker Drive from 11am to 4pm. No entry fee, no judging, no prizes. All motorcycles welcome. Food concession on site for your convenience. or 693-1269

to rest so she can move ahead with David must deal with the results of Richard. Coming: The future of Savi’s his choice. marriage is very uncertain. PRETTY LITTLE LIARS: Trying to ONE LIFE TO LIVE: David had to protect her mother, Hanna was found make a choice between keeping his with something incriminating and life with Dorian or hanging on to his had to explain herself to her parents reality show. An accident occurred - and the police. When Emily tried to at Dani and Jeffrey’s fitness class. help Hanna, “A” made sure that the Destiny confronted Dani about her results were just the opposite. Mona relationship with Matthew. Cutter caused hurt feelings by spilling one surprised Natalie at her apartment. of Spencer’s secrets to the other girls. Viki took advice from an unexpected Aria helped out a friend of Mike’s, source. Todd and Blair waited out who got the wrong impression of their plan at his hotel room. Coming: her. Spencer’s investigation of Ali’s

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Cal Anderson of Silver Star Salvage wants everyone to know that previous statements made on his behalf were incorrect. Silver Star Salvage is registered and can recycle Freon products as well as stoves, dishwashers, clothes washers and dryers and any other major appliance. Mr. Anderson stated that he has employees on staff, that have taken the appropriate courses and he has the equipment necessary to handle Freon related products. Cal further noted that he will continue with his previous program of sharing 10% all recycled metal dropped in our bin with the numerous charities in Moose Jaw. The more weight the more Moose Jaw charities benefit. Tidbits of Moose Jaw suggests that this is definitely a win-winwin situation. You save drop off charges, Silver Star Salvage continues as a major recycling depot and the best of all our many charities will get the much need financial help as in the past. And by the way it all stays here in Moose Jaw. Now that’s how you turn a negative into a positive. Soaps Continued from pg 14 Ty in Afghanistan. Angelo offered to help Regina bring in business. Coming: The Kennish household undergoes major changes. TWISTED: With new evidence in Regina’s murder case pointing to Connecticut, Danny, Jo and Lacey hit the road without informing their parents. Danny, who by crossing state lines had violated his parole, tried to play peacemaker between a squabbling Jo and Lacey. Kyle pulled out all the stops to locate his daughter and had dark plans in mind for whoever led her astray. Karen and Tess bonded over an impromptu pottery lesson, a growing friendship that could put Tess in conflict with her husband. Coming: Tess is torn between her friend’s fragility and her husband’s determination. VAMPIRE DIARIES: On a rebroadcast, when Rebekah turned down Klaus’ plan to stop Kol and protect Jeremy, Klaus sought help from Stefan. Elena put Stefan in a difficult spot when she told him about her dangerous plan for Jeremy. Bonnie’s argument with her father about his approach to ending the violence in Mystic Falls was followed by a run-in with Kol, and an unexpected visitor. Coming: Stefan and Damon disagree over how to help Elena. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Nick finally told Sharon that Summer is not his daughter. Devastated to learn that Jack is her biological father, a tearful Summer told Kyle that they can never date. Jack lashed out at Nick for depriving him of raising his daughter. Carmine hired Leslie to defend him against giving Fen drugs, and Paul was forced to let Carmine go. Jeff blackmailed Chelsea into a payoff to keep him quiet about the baby being Adam’s. Coming: Billy tries to win another chance from Victoria.

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