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SAVINGS AND LOANS SPURT
CHICAGO (UP) A new all
time high was reached in the sav
ings and loan system In 1947 with
an estimated $11,500,000,000 in
volved in financial transaction to
home owners and builders. The
figures were compiled by the U. S.
Savings and Loan League.
Want Ads Get Immediate Results
PORTAL TO PORTAL
CLINTON, N. V. (UP) Cold
weather and snow are no barrier to
friendly visits between two fami
lies living in the Hamilton college
veterans housing project. Mrs. Dot
Granata, of Mount Vernon, visits
Mrs. Bill Kellerhals, New York, by
crawling through a hole cut in the
wall.
EARLY SNAKE NIPPED
ROBINSON, 111 (UP) No one
has seen any robins yet this winter
in Robinson, but everybody is sure
spring Is Just around the corner.
A green gaiter snake, even more
of a rarity at tins season than a
robin, was found. The first har
binger of warmer weather had had
its tail friuen olT
T A LICS HER WAY OUT
ST LOUIS (UP) It wasn't be
cause the traffic cop had a change
of mind that Mrs. Charlotte Lee
was freed on a parking charge. She
simply argued with the officer so
long that when he finally got
around to handing her a ticket it
was past the deadline for parking.
The charge was dismissed in court.
LONELY HEART SOOTHED
INDIANAPOLIS (UP) Mrs.
Bernice Jones doesn't like jail as
such. But when her husband was
locked up on a robbery charge she
became lonely. She pleaded her
case at headquarters and was lock
ed up, too, on a vagrancy charge.
"I Just want to be with my hus
band," she said.
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AITHOUCjH HIS SHIP arrived at New York In the early morning, Eamon
DeValera, voted out of office after 16 years as prime minister of Eire, was
given a hero's welcome as he returned to the city of his birth. Beside
"Dw" is Frank Aiken, Eire's former Minister of Finance. In foreground,
Is Grover YVhalen, reception committee chairman. (Intentional)
Expert Advice On
Farm Problems
(Compiled by Extension Service
at State C ollege i
iiieinUr that ii jjroup of "stepped"
lule lb useful.
Tonus are a useful addition to
kiteheii equipment ;tnd are especi
ally ell ii n ut tor turning meats,
cakes and pies in men. and excel
lent to use in rinsing dishes.
nit two
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Question: Hetcntl I built a shed
out ol loiinlrs saueil oak lio.iids.
They li.nl been sawed at
years Si i 1 am toiil that i
not sink to tins lumber.
true'.'
Answer: (,ik is siirli a deie
wood liat paint will not work as
well on it as it does on suit woods '
In order to paint oak that is used I
for an outside surface, the pons in
it need to tie tilled. L nles- that is
done paint on an outside oak sur
face will bofiin to fail within about I
two ears Aluminum paint will not i
work an better than oi dinars
paint A bout the only satisfactory
way to change the appearance of
oak used for outside surfaces is to
stain it. But stain, of course, will
not provide any protection. It
merely changes the looks.
Question: Can the Extension
farm forester tell me what definite
price I should receive for my tim
ber '.'
Answer: No. lie can only indicate
the approximate value of your
timber Trues depend upon the
size and quality ol timber, losing
conditions, distance from market,
and possible market outlets in a
gi en area.
Question: How does the feeding
value of oats compare with corn'.'
Answer: Oat- are worth about 90
vtr cent as much as corn for fred-cow-.
but they are worth only 80
per cent as mucvh as corn for feed
ing pigs The difference is due to
the oat hulls. Pigs are not quite so
able to dietsl the hulls, as arc cat-tic.
A nut p.ik should have a place
in mi; kitchen, it may be used to
return e mi k to punch holes in
siltin-eai. to untie hard knots,
and to cieaii seams In milk pails
and other utensils. Cherries or
small pickles, too. may be easily
removed tiom their containers with
a nut pick.
W hen turkish towels have be
come worn or laded, simply cut
them in squares and keep them to
use as dishcloths.
Question: Is tiiere an orchard
spray which will not be harmful
to bees .'
Answer: The answer is nn There
no spray which would kill nIT in
jurious insects and not harm the
bees. To prevent injury to twos, it
is recommended that no poisons be
used while there arc any blossom?
on the trees.
To store bowls, platters, and odd
dishes without stacking them, re-
Question: How can I treat prun
ing wounds in my orchard'.'
Answer: Pruning wounds will
heal most rapidly when made close.
Avoid leaving stubs which will
eventually rot, especially if large.
It is not necessary to cover wounds
of two inches or less with protec
tive material. When larger wounds
are made it is advisable to cover
them with a preparation of pure
white lead and linseed oil. Graft
ing wax. Tree Tangle Foot, or a
Bordeaux mixture linseed oil prep
aration may be used.
Grafting wax which tan be ap
plied with a brush is made as fol
lows: Kesin 5 pounds; beeswax, 1
pound, raw linseed oil, about one
leacupful. Melt resin, add to melt
ed beeswax and then the linseed
oil, mixing thoroughly. The oper
ator should carry along some kind
of a heating device in order to
keep the wax in a melted condition
when applying with a brush. A
grafting lantern is often used as a
convenient heatftg deviefc. Bor
deaux mixture linseed oil prepar
ation is made by adding linseed oil
to powdered Bordeaux in propor
tion that will give a mixture simi
lar to whitclcad paint.
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Large
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LfJlfiV 9 Will Dye 50 Eggs.
A Gives a marble-like e fleet
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CAMDKN. Ind. L'P ) A hen in 9 U -J -
the flock ownrd by James Sink I -
has mastered the technique of 1 1 st c.
I mass ..uducion. instead of laying . T frL YFR TTSRTTF.S tX
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;' fyrL. iJ flirtatious mood! y
i - "Henry's bo nice to me during my illness be' mor TT""""
''to Bd&r than a husband.? ' MMMBHBjnn -. . 'm
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