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Warren T. Ferrell County Agent Plants That Cause Birth !Defects Birth defects ,discovered in ~arm animals concerns cows graz- ing .bealrweed, also .called lupine. Crooked calf disease -- the de- formity which results - had also been laid orginally to bad genes or to nutritional deficiencies. Yet the A'RS scientists showed that certain species of lupine are the cause. Comparisons of cows fed lup- ine du~ing various stages o~: early pregnancy show that the worst lime for grazing on contam- inated ranges is between the 40th ,and 70th day. Calves born to these cows have twisted and malal'igned leg ,bones, twis'ted backs or necks, or cleft palates. Slight to moderate malformations result, trials indicate, even when cows eat lupine after the nost critical time. ,Locoweed, or Astralagus, caus- es skeletal deformities in lambs and calves similar to the defects brought on by lupine. Many young, though not deformed, are small and weak at birth. Current research suggests that other plants may .cause abortion or malformation of the develop- ing fetu.s. La,thyrus plants, cer- tain species of .peas, are ,being in- vestiga.ted just now, with double significance ,man, since in the (Middle East, humans as well as animals eat this plant. Also, certain drugs, such as ami- n.apterin, are under study for birth defects .caused in man and animals. This drug, a vitamin-B inhibitor, is used to treat leuk- emia. ARS scientists working on ,poisonous plant ,pro,blems think .that discoveries of birth defects linked to natural foods may well be important landmarks in the ultimate prevention of much suf- fering and hardship in .both man and animals. Know How to Apply First Aid For Frostbite ]if you suffer frostbite this winter, would you know how to treat it? Old frostbite remedies, such as ru:hbing with snow or massaging and thawing a frost- bitten limb slowly in cold water, are incorrect first aid practices, points ou,t a University of Ver- mont extension health education specialist. Frostbitten tissue should be dipped in comfortably warm water until the normal fleshy color returns to the fingertips or :toes. Avoid both rubbing and cold. Treating a ,cold injury with cold makes about as much sense as treating a burned foo,t 'by put- ting it in a warm oven. Navy experiments in Alaska show that deeply frozen limbs thawed very slowly in snow, cold :water, or even at room tempera- ture, and must be ampu,tated more often than ,those thawed faster in warm water baths. ,Rubbing can rupture skin cells and interfere with .blood circula- tion, resulting in infection, gan- grene, and eventual amputation. Gentle treatment is critical. To thaw a frostbitten tissue properly, submerge ~,he limb in ,warm ,water that is comfortable \ Open Evenings Until 8 P.M. Dec. 18 through Dec. 23 Ph. 283-2082 to the unfrozen hand but not over 104. As soon as a flush ex- tends to the tips of the fingers or toes, the lim~b is thawed and should be removed from water immediately. For ~rozen ears and noses, aP- ply soft cle.ths soaked in warm water. Handle the frozen part gently. Always see a doctor. Farm Weed Costs Weed ,control measures cost farmers an estimated $2~/2 bil- lion a year, while approximately 13.5% of their crop production is still lost to weeds, according 1o Robert Parker, extension weed specialist at South Dakota Un- iversity. Only soil erosion rep- resents a greater economic loss than weeds. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT TY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING In the Matter o .the Estate of John R. Jackson, also known as g. R. Jackson, Deceased. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Neva Dell (Messer .has filed with the above entitled court at Sun- dance, Wyoming, a ~pe.tition under oath showing ,that the above nam- ed decedent, a residen:t of the State of South Dakota, died on August 3, 1963, leaving property in ,the State of Wyoming not ex- ceeding in value Ten Thousand Dollars, and that the said estate has ,been duly probated and set- ,tled in the Sta~te of .South Dakota, and praying that the probate of said estate in this sta.te may be dispensed ,with, and the probate proceedings had in the State of South Dakota admitted in this sta,te as the probate o~ said estate for Men, Women, Children from $3.00 Sundance herein, and has filed with said petition certified copies of will, petition for probate of will, no- tice of hearing petition for pro- bate of will and notice to cred- itors, testimony of witnesses to will, order admitting will to pro- bate, certificate of ,probate, let- ters testamentary and oath, in- ventory and appraisement and final decree of distribution in the ,Matter of the Estate of John R. Jackson, also known as J. R. Jack- son, Deceased, all had and done in the County Court of Butte Coun.ty, South Dakota. Notice is further given that said petition will be heard by the Judge of the above named court at the court room in the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyeming, on the 13th day of January, 1970, at 10 o- 'clock in the forenoon at which time and place any person in~ter- ested may appear and file o,b- jections, if any they have, to the gran~ting and allowance of said petition, and show cause why an order should not bc made admit- ting said certified copies of the proceedings in said estate to rec- THE SUNOANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 18, 1969 ord in this state as the probate of said estate herein. Dated this 9th day of Decem- ber, 1969. Rodney M. Guthrie, Judge Reynolds& Hughes, Attorneys Dec. 11-18-25, 1969. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given ,that the Board of Trustees of Elementary School Dist. No. 11 paid .the fol- lowing warrants in excess of $300.00 at its regular meeting held on December 3, 1969: Warrant No. Amt. 65. Sundance State Bank November withholding tax ............................................... $330.70 79. School District No. 10 Tuition ....... 470.00 Warren C. Wood, Clerk, Elementary S,chool Dist. No. ll, Publish Dec. 18, 1969. hrtstmas Colognes, Perfume, Bath Powder, Cos- metle Sets by Old Spice, Evening in Paris, Desert Flower, French Lilac, Chanel, My Sin, Taboo "k Timex Watches "k Photo Albums "k Cameras BH Gold Jewelry "k Pen & Pencil Sets Barometers Comb & Brush Sets "k Purses - Billfolds "k" Men's Sets by Hal Karate, Old Spice, Black Belt Travel Kits Pangburn's Candy 3t" Lady Sunbeam tlair Dryers "k Sc ,nl(d Candles Candy-FHled Dishes Ph. 283-1343 Sundance