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Food guide for older folks
Home and Garden Bulletin 17
[et tels about older people's food needs and how to meet them. It
vays to meet special problems that often make it hard for an older
be well fed. Also featured is a daily food guide-list for selecting a
liet and a sample market list and menus.
eed, food, and industrial products. W. J. Morse and J. L. Cartter.
Ilant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 41 p., illus.
F 1617. (F 2038.) Price 15t.
soybeans on the farm and for human consumption, processing for meal and
aeous industrial uses are described.
ask when you buy or sell shelled corn by grade. Extension Ser-
illus. Formerly IS 32. (L 318.) Price 5t.
wavy, sound corn grades high. Answers to the seven important questions
let tell you how these good points about corn are measured.
operator's manual C. J. Telford. Forest Service. 121 p., illus.
rice 65(. FOR SALE ONLY.1
ion is intended to serve as a handbook for operators of small mills. It deals
types and variations of equipment available, installation of equipment, and
iques, especially for mills of the circular head-saw type.
ig manual. 0. F. Johndrew, Jr. and W. E. Hauver, Jr. Production
.ng Administration. 68 p., illus. (AH 31.) Price 35t. FOR SALE
was prepared to aid in obtaining uniform application of the United States
Classes, Standards, and Grades of Poultry. Designed primarily for those in
y-grading work, it should also prove useful to those teaching poultry market-
Eleanor W. Clay, Office of Information.
the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington
Organization of 4-H club work: A guide for local leaders. L. Warren.
Extension Service. 32 p., illus. Supersedes M 320. (AH 33.) Price 15t. FOR
Organization, objectives, and activities of 4-H Clubs is described in this revised bulletin.
Composition of foods used in Far Eastern countries. Woot-Tsuen Wu Leung,
R. K. Pecot, and B. K. Watt. Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Eco-
nomics. 62 p. (AH 34.) Price 300. FOR SALE ONLY.1
Data on refuse, food energy, and proximate composition of foods commonly consumed
in countries of the Far East is presented.
AGRICULTURE INFORMATION BULLETINS
Mothers' opinions of fibers in selected items of children's clothing. Bureau of
Agricultural Economics. 196 p. (AB 65.) Price 40?. FOR SALE ONLY.'
This report is one in a series of studies designed to find out consumers' opinions of fibers
used in the manufacture of selected textile products. It is primarily an examination of mothers'
experiences and preferences in regard to fibers in nine selected items of children's clothing.
Costs of and reasons for rewrapping prepackaged meats, poultry, and cheese.
C. E. Dobbins and R. W. Hoecker. Production and Marketing Administra-
tion. 34 p. (AB 77.) Price 15. FOR SALE ONLY.1
A study was undertaken to measure the amount and cost of required for
prepackaged meats, poultry, and cheese and to find the reasons why rewrapplng was necessary.
This study is one of a series designed to aid retail store operators in the handling of pre-
HOME AND GARDEN BULLETINS
Buying sweaters for the family. Shirley Johnstone. Bureau of Human Nutri-
tion and Home Economics. 16 p., illus. (G 16.) Price 10e.
Information in this publication on different kinds of knitting, quality of materials, methods
of construction, and grades of workmanship is intended to help you choose a sweater that
will best serve your purpose and give maximum wear for money spent
Food guide for older folks. Rosalind C. Lifquist, Mary Walsh Cashin, and
Emily C. Davis. Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics. 16 p.,
illus. (G 17.) Price 5e. See page 1.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY MATERIAL
Service and regulatory announcements. Bureau of Animal Industry. February
1952. Pp. 121-132. (SRA-BAI 538.) Price 5? a copy, 50t a year, domestic;
70? a year, foreign.'
Yancey County, North Carolina. S. 0. Perkins and William Gettys. Bureau
of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering in cooperation with
the North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station and the Tennessee
Valley Authority. Series 1939, No. 15. 85 p., illus. Price $1.75.
Bruising, freezing, and chemical injury of potatoes in transit R. C. Wright.
Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 21 p.,
illus. (T 668, rev.) Price 15(. FOR SALE ONLY.1
Floor bruising, freezing injury, and chemical injury of potatoes in transit Is described
in this bulletin.
Payable to the Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Office, Washington
25, D. C.
ge, yield, and production of principal field crops by states. Revised
nates, 1944-49. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 44 p. (SB 108.)
ring feed in bulk. Lacey F. Rickey. Farm Credit Administration. 30 p.,
. (FCA C-143.) Price 15. FOR SALE ONLY.'
(Hibiscus cannabinus L.): A bibliographical survey. Lewis P. McCann.
au of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering. 20 p.
17.) Price 10f.
t of the Administrator of Agricultural Research, 1951. P. V. Cardon.
cultural Research Administration. 497 p., illus. Price $1.00. FOR
gricultural situation. Vol. 36, No. 3, March 1952. Price 5e a copy,
a year, domestic; 70 a year, foreign.1
graphy of agriculture. Vol. 16, No. 3, March 1952. Single copies vary
rice, $6.00 a year, domestic; $8.00 a year, foreign.1
sion service review. Vol. 23, No. 3, March 1952. Price 10e a copy, $1.00
ear, domestic; $1.50 a year, foreign.'
n agriculture. Vol. XVI, No. 3, March 1952. Price 15e a copy, $1.50 a
7. domestic; $2.00 a year, foreign.'
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FOREST DOLLARS. 2 reels, 16 mm., sound, co'
Running time, 13 minutes. Released 1952.
atonal Forests make an important contribution to the I
production of big logs and lumber. This picture portrays ,
linked with the forest, such as stuffing for furniture, cati
tonal Forests in ever part of the United States make theiz
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of our forest resources, coupled with native American inga
rests growing their special products for extra dollars.
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