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• National Geographic with its familiar If your non-profit organization has a fundraising event you would like to have published in the Tidbits® paper, please contact us. Space is limited but we will make every effort to list special events such as fund-raisers for your organization. Use our online form at www.tidbitpapers.com Otter Creek Area Lions Club Fish Fry Saturday, January 11, 2014, 4:00--7:00 PM 3275 Otter Rd, Toddville, IA Event held at Toddville Legion Hall All you care to eat fish (or grilled cheese sandwich), cole slaw, baked potato, roll, drink and dessert. Adults $9.00, 12 & under $5.00 and age five & under free. Proceeds to enhance & maintain Midway Park and to support Lions State & International programs. Chili Supper with Live Entertainment Saturday,January 11, 5pm-9pm Prairie Hill Pavilion, Corner of Kacena Ave. and Hwy 13 in Marion Come enjoy a delicious meal of chili, soup, and salad, plus an array of breads and desserts. Adult tickets are $10. Seniors are $8, and kids 10 and under are only $5. This year, we will have live entertainment provided by Mr. Hypnotizor! All proceeds benefit the Cedar Valley Humane Society. Boy Scouts Pack 90 Fundraiser Sunday, January 12th, 2014, 5:00 -7:00 PM Hope Lutheran Church 2736 Bowling St. SW, Cedar Rapids Chili and Chicken Noodle Soup Bake Sale and Silent Auction

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• Recently graduated from Yale in 1923, Henry Luce borrowed $86,000 from relatives to start up TIME magazine. TIME was designed with news summaries that “busy men” could read weekly in under an hour. The first issue’s cover featured retired Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Joseph G. Cannon. In July of that year, a woman was on the cover for the first time, a popular actress of the day, Italian Eleanora Duse. Starting out with 12,000 subscribers, by 1963, after 40 years of publication, TIME had a circulation of 3,600,000 in 150 countries. Today it has the world’s largest circulation for a weekly news magazine with over 25 million readers. • In 1928, TIME began its famous “Man of the Year” issue, with Charles Lindbergh as the first person of distinction. This individual is chosen as the person who “for good or ill” has most affected the course of the year, with “ill” choices including Adolf Hitler. In 1936, the title became “Person of the Year,” when American socialite Wallis Simpson, the woman for whom King Edward VIII of England abdicated his throne, was chosen. TIME’s December 31, 1999 issued named Albert Einstein as the Person of the Century. • LIFE magazine debuted in 1936 and is credited with establishing photojournalism. Publisher Henry Luce had already achieved great success with TIME, and wanted a publication that told the story in pictures. LIFE’s first cover featured a photo of Montana’s Fort Peck Dam, and the issue sold 380,000 copies. Just four months later, circulation was up over one million copies a week. LIFE was published weekly for 37 years.

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Poor Pisces. You’ve been chomping at the bit to get started on a project, and there is yet another delay. Be patient. Your time will come.

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Save it, Taurus. Nothing you say or do matters. Your loved one has their mind made up. Turn your attention to an issue you can tackle.

May 21– June 21 Wealth and fame are not all that they are cracked up to be. Know the pitfalls before you sign on the dotted line, Gemini. A youngster makes a plea. Be kind.

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Ahoy, Cancer. Many challenges lie ahead, but as usual, you will be up to the task. A loved one could use some time away. Arrange it for them.

July 23– August 22 Tsk-tsk, Leo. You suspect it won’t work, and you’re right. Some people have to learn the hard way, however. A shift in opinion eases conflict at home.

August 23– September 22 Step up or step out, Virgo. Demand has grown, and the pace is quickening. A relative makes an announcement. Be there for them.

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Methods are challenged, and you must hold firm if any progress is to be made. Be bold and be brave, Libra. A text adds to the intrigue at home.

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Uh-uh-uh, Scorpio. Now is not the time to bow out. You promised to help, and many people are counting on you. Do what you must to fulfill your commit-ment.

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