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Today, April 11 in
1783 After receiving a copy of the provisional treaty on March 13,
the U.S. Congress proclaimed a formal end to hostilities with Great
Britain. 
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_____________________________________________________ A mother was teaching her three-year-old The Lord's Prayer. For several evenings at bedtime, the child repeated it after the mother. Then one night the child was ready to solo. The mother listened with pride to the carefully enunciated words, right up to the end. "And lead us not into templates, but deliver us some e-mail. " _____________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Carol Stone, 35, Zephyrhills, Florida Florida woman arrested for beating up husband for forgetting wedding anniversary Deputies arrested a Florida woman after she allegedly attacked her husband because he forgot the date of their wedding anniversary. Carol Stone, 35, of Zephyrhills, faces a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery after Pasco County deputies arrested her Wednesday, according to Tampa’s WTVT. Stone’s husband told authorities the assault started as verbal dispute when he told her he forgot their anniversary. Stone later confirmed his story to deputies during questioning, according to authorities. That argument escalated when Stone started smacking her husband repeatedly in the head and face, scratching him and shoving him onto the ground, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. According to the Land O’ Lakes Patch, Stone’s husband recorded the attack on his phone. Deputies booked Stone into the Land O’ Lakes Detention Center on a $150 bond. Tech Support Pits From: Bev Re: Panoramic picture Dear Webby, For some reason I cannot get this web jpg on an old Humor Letter to open. http://webby.com/humor/i/MtEverest1.jpg It only opens the top portion of the photo. I tried both of the links you includud, but both had the same results. I look forward to your humor everyday. Thanks, Bev Dear Bev That picture is over 4,100 pixels wide. When your browser shrinks it to 800, or whatever the width of your browser is, naturally the height shrinks proportionally. Depending on which browser you use, you can hold down CTRL and roll the scroll wheel on the mouse and change the zoom level. Keep in mind, that picture is actually quite huge, and zoom changes won't be instant. The picture is actually a dozen shots pasted together. If you print it on 4 foot high poster stock, you could paste them all around a 10 foot by 10 foot room. Then you could stand in the middle of the room and have the same view Roddy had, when he stood up there and slowly turned 360 degrees while snapping a dozen pictures. Have FUN DearWebby An elderly fellow was taken to the hospital for an examination of his circulatory system. When he got home, his wife asked what had happened. He said, "They worked this gadget into my artery and up into my heart, and then they sucked out thirty years of chocolate cake."
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Today, April 11 in
1512 The forces of the Holy League were heavily defeated by the
French at the Battle of Ravenna. 

1689 William III and Mary II were crowned as joint sovereigns of
Britain. 

1713 The Treaty of Utrecht was signed, ending the War of Spanish
Succession. 

1783 After receiving a copy of the provisional treaty on March 13,
the U.S. Congress proclaimed a formal end to hostilities with Great
Britain. 

1803 A twin-screw propeller steamboat was patented by John Stevens.


1814 Napoleon was forced to abdicate his throne. The allied
European nations had marched into Paris on March 30, 1814. He was
banished to the island of Elba. 

1876 The stenotype was patented by John C. Zachos. 

1876 The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks was organized. 

1898 U.S. President William McKinley asked Congress for a
declaration of war with Spain. 

1899 The treaty ending the Spanish-American War was declared in
effect. 

1921 Iowa became the first state to impose a cigarette tax. 

1921 The first live sports event on radio took place this day on
KDKA Radio. The event was a boxing match between Johnny Ray and
Johnny Dundee. 

1901 Construction on the Empire State Building was completed. The
building was dedicated and opened on May 1, 1931. 

1940 Andrew Ponzi set a world's record in a New York billiards
tournament when he ran 127 balls straight. 

1941 German bombers blitzed Conventry, England. 

1945 U.S. troops reached the Elbe River in Germany. 

1945 During World War II, American soldiers liberated the Nazi
concentration camp of Buchenwald in Germany. 

1948 The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls was announced in a
general press release. 

1951 U.S. President Truman fired General Douglas MacArthur as head
of United Nations forces in Korea. 

1961 Israel began the trial of Adolf Eichman, accused of World War
II war crimes. 

1970 Apollo 13 blasted off on a mission to the moon that was
disrupted when an explosion crippled the spacecraft. The astronauts
did return safely. 

1974 The Judiciary committee subpoenad U.S. President Richard Nixon
to produce tapes for impeachment inquiry. 

1979 Idi Amin was deposed as president of Uganda as rebels and
exiles backed by Tanzanian forces seized control. 

1980 The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued regulations
specifically prohibiting sexual harassment of workers by
supervisors. 

1981 U.S. President Ronald Reagan returned to the White House from
the hospital after recovering from an assassination attempt on
March 30. 

1981 In the Brixton area of London, a race riot erupted that
resulted in the injury of more than 300 people. 

1984 China invaded Vietnam. 

1984 General Secretary Konstantin U. Cherenkov was named president
of the Soviet Union. 

1985 Scientists in Hawaii measured the distance between the earth
and moon within one inch. 

1985 The White House announced that President Reagan would visit
the Nazi cemetery at Bitburg. 

1986 Dodge Morgan sailed solo nonstop around the world in 150 days.


1986 In Groton, CT, the submarine Nautilus exhibit opened to the
public. 

1986 Kellogg's stopped giving tours of its breakfast-food plant.
The reason for the end of the 80-year tradition was said to be that
company secrets were at risk due to spies from other cereal
companies. 

1991 U.N. Security Council issued a formal cease-fire with Iraq. 

1996 Forty-three African nations signed the African Nuclear Weapons
Free Zone Treaty. 

1999 Daouda Malam Wanke was designated president of Niger.
President Ibrahim Baré Maïnassara had been assassinated on April 9.


2001 China agreed to release 24 crewmembers of a U.S. surveillance
plane. The EP-3E Navy crew had been held since April 1 on Hainon,
where the plane had made an emergency landing after an in-flight
collision with a Chinese fighter jet. The Chinese pilot was missing
and presumed dead. 

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