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Jewell County Record
Mankato, Kansas
January 1, 1970     Jewell County Record
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January 1, 1970

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Holdren Home Agent point when a large ling sirup. ixtns from is reached, a stream. ;tinct drops and 'flak~ are helpful the jelling Sheet test point same. The finish is F. be warm above boiling point of water in your area. Try Lid Inverted When the jelly mixture is ready for the jar, skim off foam. Quickly fill jar to % inch from top. Wipe top and threads of jar with dean, damp cloth. Put lid on, rubber sealing corn- pound next to jar. Screwy band down evenly and tight. Invert jar for about 30 sec- onds so hot jelly can destroy mold or yeast which may have settled on lid. Then stand up- right ,to cool. When jars are cold, test for seal. Just press center of lid. I,f dome is down, or stays down ,when pressed, Jar is sealed. Store without bands in dry', dark, reasonably cool place. Your Question, Please Mrs. Claud Snyder, Super- ior, offers the answers to these quest:ions she has received as a member of the Consumer Competence Committee. Question: If a garment or material purchased by you proves unsatisffactory, what should you do? Answer: P~eturn R to the per- sen who sold it and if they do not make satisfactory addust- merits report it to the manu- facturer. If no complaint on ~aulty goods is made it is con- sidered satisfactory. Question: If you are in doubt about some service or goods offered to you by someone trav- eling throttgh the country, what should you do? Answer: Contact your county sheriff or county attorney. Unordered Mail Have you received unordered Christmas cards, gift ties, key rings, or other 'trinkets' along with your holiday mail? You may receive a bill later or just ,a plea for a donation because they are for a 'worthy' cause. Do you have to pay for them? Since July 1, 1969, unordered or unsolicited goods received through the mail are uncondi- tional gilts. You don't have to return .them to the sender, nor pay for ~hem. You can use them if you wish. Kansans ,will probably receive less unordered merch,andise now .that the desirable consum- er protection law is in effect. Mr. an