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• He also lead the country through the most serious terrorist acts ever on Canadian soil, the October Crisis in 1970. The quick and strong response to stop the Front De Libération Du Québec (FLQ) involving in two kidnappings and the murder of Québec Labour Minister Pierre Laporte, lead to the invocation of the War Measures Act. This controversial act gave the government broad powers, including stationing armed soldiers on Parliament Hill to maintain security and order. The act was only used during the two world wars and the October Crisis. A famous line from Trudeau used in a news conference concerning how far he would go to maintain order, was: “Well, just watch me! • Probably the most memorable action with the most significant change for the country of Canada was when Trudeau lead the government leadership in total separation from the United Kingdom (UK). Patriation occurred in 1982, transferring legal powers from the UK to Canada. Canada became an autonomous country, adopting its own constitution, including a charter of rights. • The popular Trudeau left many memories, political and otherwise, for Canadians and people all over the world. During his years in office, the term “Trudeaumania” was widely used referring to his style and influence. The sports cars he drove along with the trademark rose in his lapel will remain a part of history. He died on September 28, 2000, in Montreal, a few weeks before his 81st birthday.

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GREAT DOUGH! (continued): • Just as BeaverTails are fried dough (or floatDEERE.soJOHN DEERE. (continued): cooked), are “beignets.” The official state • doughnut It was while living in Illinois John noof Louisiana, beignetthat is French for ticed dough.” the problems farmers facedCafé when “fried Mostthat popular at the du attempting till soil.French BecauseMarket the areacoffee had Mond, “the tooriginal formerly woodland, soil was rich stand sincebeen 1862,” in New the Orleans, beignets withactually hummus, which to clumped and by clung to were brought Louisiana Acadithe blades of the plows farmers were accusans from the Maritime Provinces of Canada: tomed to using. While repairing a broken cirNova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New cular saw, Deere stumbled upon an idea. He Brunswick. employed his smith skills to fashion the steel • Areas large Polish serve blade with into the shape of acommunities plow. He affixed their version of then friedhitched doughnuts, pactwo own wooden spokes, the device zki, a sweet to ausually horse. with It plowed thefilling. heavy Mardi IllinoisGras, soil which MarchIn4fact, thisayear, is who Paczki Day in like aischarm. farmer happened Poland and areas the withtest Polish immigrants. put to be observing run immediately in an order for his own John Deere plow.of the • Napoleon Bonaparte was the originator • name In short Deere gave up hisHis blacksmith for order, pumpernickel bread. demand shop andof focused making plows. The for a loaf dark rye on bread was for his horse! company grew steadily and added many emHe ordered “Pain pour Nicole,” which meant ployees. the late 1840s, John relocated “Bread forIn Nicole,” the horse. This wasthein entire operation Moline,were Illinois. Ashamed Prussia where theto bakers German and of his own lack of education, John sent his they heard it as “pumpernickel.” children to the state’s finest schools. One of • Another breaddays withoccurred an odd name theCharles “hushhis proudest when is son puppy.” Served in the of southern earned the equivalent an MBAU.S., fromusually Bell’s with fried fish or other seafood, hushpuppies Commercial College in Chicago.

are small round or finger-shaped bites of fried • With his son Charles managing the company, cornmeal batter. Several legends about the John found time to pursue philanthropic inname exist, either aboutboth Civil terests. He co-founded the War First soldiers, Nationfishermen, or cooks who tossed the tasty treats al Bank and the First Congregational Church. toHe dogs to stop begging or barking followed was elected the mayor of Moline in 1873, by, “Hush, Theactions oldest–story of their where onepuppy!” of his first the replacecreation actually is attributed to a group ment of the city’s open drains with a sewerof nuns France whocountless settled in New pipefrom system – saved lives byOrleans reducaround treats were known as “croing the1727; spreadthe of disease. de maise,” corncake. • quettes The original JohnorDeere logo, registered in

• The term “breaking bread” is not onlytoaAfriterm 1876, depicted a deer that was native ca. Thirty-six years later, in 1912, it was reused for mealtime, but for religious fellowplaced of aterm NorthforAmerican ship. It iswith alsothea image universal “peace.” white-tailed deer.and Inenjoy the decades that folNow, go in peace some dough! Please tell our Advertisers You Saw Their Ad in Tidbits!

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