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    CHINA MILK PRODUCTS RECALLED
    September 19, 2008 - China

    China recalls a large amount of milk and milk products, such as baby formula, after inspectors find melamine in liquid milk and tainted baby formula kills four children and gets over six thousand sick. Three of the country's largest milk producers were involved in the scandal after trying to decrease costs by diluting the products. Update: In 2009 a number of senior executives from the companies involved are executed by Chinese authorities and more than 300,000 babies had fallen ill from consuming milk products tainted with melamine.

    ISRAEL IN SPACE
    September 19, 1988 - Israel

    Israel launches its first satellite, "Offeq-1" (Horizon 1) onboard a Shavit rocket from the Negev Desert over the Mediterranean, becoming the ninth country in space. As an experimental satellite it was possibly on an experimental surveillance mission. Its announced functions: 1) Experimentation in generation of solar power; 2) Experimentation in transmission reception from space; 3) Verification of system's ability to withstand vacuum and weightless conditions; 4) Data collection on space environment conditions and Earth's magnetic field.

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    "...Change; we don't like it, we fear it, but we can't stop it from coming. We either adapt to change, or we get left behind. It hurts to grow, anybody who tells you it doesn't is lying. But here's the truth: Sometimes the more things change, the more they stay the same. And sometimes, oh, sometimes change is good. Sometimes change is everything...."

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No matter what else you are doing from cradle days through
to the end, You're writing your Life's secret story, Each night sees another page penned.

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No matter what else you are doing from cradle days through
to the end, You're writing your Life's secret story, Each night sees another page penned.

Each month ends a thirty day chapter, Each year sees the end
of a part, And never an Act is Mis-Stated, Nor even a wish of the Heart.

Each morn when you wake, the Book opens, Revealing a page
clean and white, What thoughts and what words and what doings will cover it's surface by night ?

Good leaves that to you, You're the writer, And never one word will grow dim, Until someday you'll write the word FINISHED, And give your Life's Book Back To Him.

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