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! THANK YOU For Your Support On November 2nd MICHAEL L. MORRIS SIU School of Medicine rvlT. PULASKI CLINIC 509 E Chestnut Phone 792-3442 Cara Gravlin Nurse Practitioner OPEN: MONDAYS & THURSDAYS 8-5 TUES/WED/FRI IN SPRINGFIELD Services Include Diagnose & Treat Ages 16 and up Lab Work Available 8-3:30 Cesa & Rosa of the Chestnut Family Restaurant Invite you to join them for a Donations Only Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For Turkey, Ham, Goose, Dressing, Potatoes, & Gravy Please bring a dish to pass. Rese~ations are suggested please call 796-3550 or 314-1193 IL t I ~;~ I F f e tog rrlnce Gifts To The World In Need Dedication weekend was held at St. John's on Oct. 23rd & 24th presenting our gifts to the Lord for his people in need around the world. On Saturday, October 30, members of St. John's delivered our gifts for Lutheran World Relief to St. John's in Bloomington. When we arrived they already had a semi-trailer 3/4 full and were still expecting 30 plus churches to deliver before 4 p.m. Our load consisted of 33 boxes containing 61 quilts, 61 school kits, 82 sewing kits and 40 health kits. We also had previously sent a combined total of 65 health kits in April and August, as the need was great for any addi- tional ones we could supply. Times Photos Thursday November 4 Mt. Pulaski Library's After School Book Bunch cordially invites you to our Mini (10 minute version) of The Frog Prince to be performed Thursday November 4 at 7:00 p.m. at the library. Cookies and punch to follow the performance. Please bring a friend or two. A second performance will be atVonderlieth Sunday November 7 at 9.:00p'm' November 2, 2010 Mt. Pulaski Times - 10 Did You Know? Studies, Polls, & News you might have missed... IUinois cities with the largest declines in unem- ployment include Peoria and Decatur. Springfield Mayor Davlin owes the IRS $90,000. More than half of Illi- nois schools are now fait- ing under No Child Left Behind. A Chinese research center has built the world's fastest computer which is 1.4 times faster than the top U.S. computer. A study says the Internet accounts for 7.2% of the British economy. Scientists have found a "liberal gene" that could influence a person's politi- cal leanings. A poll says that 65% of voters are in favor of get- ting rid of the entire Con- gress and starting over. New York taxpayers spent $9 Million on cos- metic surgery for teachers last year. A Sri Lankan man was arrested at an airport with more than 2,000 diamonds in his stomach. James MacArthur, who played "Danno" on the original "Hawaii Five-0" has died atage 72. A judge in Brazil says McDonald's must pay an obese employee $17,500 for his claim that working there caused him to gain 65 pounds in twelve years. Royal Caribbean is launching the world's larg- est cruise ship this week. It carl carry more than 6,000 passengers. Four driverless vans completed an 8,000 mile triP from kaly to China. Ron Artest's NBA ring raffle h~/s netted at least $120,000. The TV ratings for Game One of the World Series were down 25%. The original rules of basketball, hand written by James Naismith 113 years ago, will be auctioned off and could be worth as much as $2 Million. NASA is proposing a mission where astronauts would be flown to Mars and left there forever. A program that sends government employees to Harvard for leadership training at a cost of mil- lions of dollars is being questioned. Archaeologists claim they found the site of the wedding of Pocahontas in 1614. Which is exactly the number of people who have money invested in the stock markeL The sequel to the latest Batman movie will come out in 2012 and will be called "The Dark Knight Rises". The original Darth Vader costume from "Star Wars" will be up for auction. A 3G wireless Internet connection has been estab- lished on Mt. Everest. ' A survey says that 46% of Americans support legalizing marijuana. House Minority Leader Eric Cantor says the Republicans won't shut down the government if they take over the House. The total cost of U.S. Intelligence has been reported at $80 Billion. A study says that immi- grants are returning to work faster than U.S. born .workers. The Dow Jones Indus- trial Average had its best October since 2006. England has issued a five pound coin with the like- ness of John Lennon. A Nashville hospital has named a surgery wing after the country band Rascal Flatts. New York City is con- sidering making it illegal to whistle at women: President George W. Bushthrew out the first pitch at Sunday's World Series Game in Texas. After going through bankruptcy, the Texas Rangers' value has gone up. between $50-100 Million after getting into the World Series.. The U.S. is urging Iran to free two captured hikers through Twitter. A poll says Americans don't know the economy has been growing or that taxes actuall3~went down.