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Physically Har
Dual Attenti
Two special prog-: ams for the :
| physically handicapped are op- ,
i erated in North Carolina at the (
present time?one under the di- 1
rectlon of the state government 1
and the other under supervision
of the Veterans Administration?
and the work of each doubtless <
will be considerably expanded after
the war.
The Veterans Administration j
operates under authority of Pub- t
lie Laws No. 16 and No. 346 of |
the federal statutes for service
to the thousands of Tar Heel vet- 1
erans returning from all theaters
of war. Funds for the programs
for veterans will be based upon j
the number of ex-soldiers to be t
served and, for a number of i
voara will undoubtedly amount to |
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I Sheet
Doors, Windows, ]
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several million dollars. j
From a small beginning"* in i
1920, North Carolina has pro- j
gressed in its state-operated pro- ,
- gram from -a staff composed of <
a supervisor and a secretary to I
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and Green.
JAMES E.
Agent For Brui
M. C. McIVER, 211 N. 6tl
DISTRIB
?Estimates
Buil
Cei
idicapped Gel
ion In N. Car.
i field staff of 15 professional
counselors. Under the provisions
>f the Federal Public Law No
113 further expansion is con:empiated.
At the present time there are
5 733 active cases in North Car;lina.
Since the program began
iperating in 1920, there has been
i total of 15,005 persons who
tave been given the assistance
lecessary to qualify them for and
lelp them obtain employment. |
In servicing these cases close
vorking relationships have been
istablished with numerous private
jrganizations as well as with
federal, state and local governnent
agencies. Possibly the most
. aluable co-worker is the coun:y
superintendent of public wel*
r?ffir>n thvnuph the
,eue vviiwst w?*,vv ? o?
^ears lias been a place of contact
cetween Vocational Rehabilitation
counselors and their clients. The
county department of public wel'are
has also been a valuable
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in need. In other cases the
mother or an older child may
receive the services and later
take over support of the family.
In those instances requiring
hospitalization beyond the period
permitted for rehabilitation the
county department of public welfare
is asked to provide funds
from the county's allocation for
hospitalization or medical care,
purposes. Certain operations requiring
considerable convalescence
before returning to employment i
likewise are the responsibility of
the welfare unit in providing assistance
until the individual is
able to return to work.
The hardest chrome steel known
is used in making anti-friction
ball and roller bearings, which
withstand load capacities from
one ounce to 200 tons.
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VILLE
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THE
source of referral of cases eligible
for rehabilitation. Practically
every county department in the ,
state has a number of its cases
under treatment through vocational
rehabilitation.
Any service necessary to prepare
a disabled person for work
is available to him if the correction
of his vocational handicap <
will make him employable and ;
able to contribute to his own (
support and that of his family. <
The public welfare ( department i
is used as an investigating agency ,
in determining the client's actual ,
need and reports the facts in ,
each case to the Division of (
Vocational Rehabilitation but
without making recommendations.
Economic need must be established
for all set vices other than
medical examination and training,
including counseling, guidance
and placement in employment.
Occasionally families receiving
aid to dependent children funds
are found in which the father
can be helped to support the family
after havJhg taken advantage
of vocational rehabilitation services.
While he is receiving treatment
and training for his employment
the cash grant from
welfare sources is continued each
month as partial support for,
the family. After the father is
established in suitable employment
this linhiir assistance grant
can be discontinued and the
STATE PORT PILOT, SOUTH!
HINTS TO ^
HOME-MAKERS i
wil
BY RUTH CURRENT llo?
N. C. State College
To do a first-rate job of home eas
canning, can freshness Capture ant
and hold all possible flavor, color
and food values of the fre9h vege- 1
tables or fruit. Home canning 1
ws
specialists who stress this point
offer the following lips to home imi
canners wlio want to keep their tot
canned foods from being on the 1
dull, droopy, tasteless, and vita- use
minless side. | fee
Put up only firm, ripe fruit; cui
young tender vegetables. No can- hir
ning magic exists which can '
bring old tough beets or snap f?'
beans back to youth again. Ha
Neither will canning Improve hard "ol
green fruit, nor bruised or over- UJ
ripe fruit or tomatoes. In fact, j
a little damaged food can cause "in
spoilage of a whole canning clo
batch. I mi
Work quickly. Call on the men wa
and children in the family, if 'je<
necessary, for many hands make m?
fast work of getting produce front 1u
garden to canner. When foods 1
must wait, they wilt and toughen, J111
and vitamins and fresh flavors an'
disappear. If foods must be held a
awhile, keep them cool and well &ei
ventilated. ;ani
Count canning time accurate-1 '
ly. Allow the full time advised l0'
for processing, and then lose no ,y(
time in removing jars of fruits
? J no
or tomatoes from the boiling to
water bath. With a pressure |)(1
canner. used for canning non- do
acid vegetables, follow carefully if
directions for opening canner, cle
then take the jars out promptly. ,,t(
To >et jars linger inside canner *"h
gives them more cooking than
needed. S'J
Store immediately after canning
in a cool dark* place. Warmth
and light tend to increase the
loss of vitamins, and color as
well. t ^
Use dui ing current year. Long- tll,
er storage is not unsafe, if foods e|?
are properly canned, sealed air- tor
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tigni, anii sturuu wen. uui ?.??*- i;-t
ned foods decrease in quality and ter
food value as time goes on. wh
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a strong1, beautiful
homes, business or
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stronger each
.is explain the many
in using our cement
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PORT, N. C.
?an plenty of tomatoes. With
ilian supplies of commercially k
:ned tomatoes and tomato juice fi
dieted to be much less than ti
t winter, wise homemakers f,
1 can every garden tomato that j
s not go on the family table. v
fich in vitamin C, tomatoes are p
liest of all vegetables to can t
1 the only common garden a
;'etable that does not require n
piessuie canner.
dan tomatoes by the boiling '
ter batli metiiod, advise food ..
tservatlon specialists Here are
partant points to remember in a
nato canning: ,1
iOok over every tomato, and t
1 only the ripe, firm and per- d
t. Even when a bad spot is
. out, bacteria may lurk be
id to ruin the whole batch. , j
diet ready only enough tomatoes j
one canner load at a time.1 i
ndle them gently so they will
. bruise. Wash in several
ters to remove sand and gi?me. 1
To make peeling easy, put to- !
.toes in a wiie basket or thin i
th, dip into boiling water a ,
nute, then plunge into cold
ter. Cut out stem ends and 1
;1. Quarter or halve the to- 1
does so they will heat through j ,
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Heat tomatoes in their own
ce. stirring to prevent sticking
d burning. Let them come to, [
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t clean jars and lids heated;
i ready.
Fill one jar at a time with hot
ha toes. Cover with hot juice J
within one-half inch of top.
>rk rapidly, so tomatoes will '
t cool. Add.one teaspoon salt;!
each quart. Work out air j
l)bles by easing a knife blade, !
tvn jar sides. Add more juice
needed. Wipe jar rim with a ]
an damp cloth. Piocess 15 min- i
;s in a boiling water bath. I
rish sealing, if type of lid reires.
Cool jars overnight right 1
e up and away from drafts.
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Question: How can ants be condied
in fields, gardens, and
ens? | I
Answer: Tire State College Ex- (
i3ion Service recommends that j
soil be cultivated deeply sev- ,
il times during the fall, win- ]
', and early spring. This will i
rak up the ant colonies and j
i.l fn ilocfi'Atr Ihrtm thnan I
ich persist after this treat- ]
nt, scatter a mixture of one ]
ice of Paris green mixed witJi J j
i pound of brown sugar. Broad- j
?t thinly at the rate of one!
iind of the mixture per 10,000
lare feet. The colonies re- i
lining after this treatment can j
killed by injecting small!
lounts of carbon bisulphide at ]
opening of the ant nests and j
sing the entrance to the nests.; J
Question: What compound will '
1 the poison ivy plant? '
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Answer: A commercial compound;
nown as "Ammate," is effective sq
or killing poison ivy, according tr
o Dr. Donald B. Anderson, pro-'
essor of botany at State College, te
"he compound is dissolved in Si
eater at the rate of one pound W
er gallon and then sprayed upon cl:
he leaves of the ivy plant. Plants cc
re killed within a few days and P'
o new sprouts will appear un- (36
jss the area is invaded by plants ^L
torn the surrounding regions. ^
Ammate" will kiil most plants, '
It
nd hence caie must be taken p,
o see that the spray does not jn
all upoh any plants that you yc
esire to save. cc
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Question: Is it lawful to kill j
luirrels damaging corn and pecan ;:
ees. in gardens ? j,
Answer: The squirrel is pro- j
cted in North Carolina by the
:ate Game laws, explains L. C. j
Tiitehead, district agent in1
large of predator and rodent I;
introl. Before poisoning, trap-1
ng, or shooting them out of
ason, it will be necessary for
>u to write to Mr. John Findley,
immissioner of the Division of
ame and Inland Fisheries in ;
aleigh, for a permit. It may be |
issible that Mr. Findley will
struct the game warden in
lur county to assist you in 1
introlling the pest.
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production and refining centgn
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that for April of the same vjjl
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