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HORSES, DONKEYS & MULES (continued): Have you heard the term “longears?” It is an endearing term used for donkeys and mules. Horses have small ears, donkeys and mules have long ones. Mules’ ears are not quite as long as donkeys. A hinny’s ears are shorter and much wider than donkey ears. The tails of mules, donkeys and horses are different. Donkey tails are similar to cow tails with a tuft of hair on the end. They are not as long as the tails of horses and mules. Tails of horses and mules have long thin hair that goes all the way to the end of their tails. When a horse is scared or “spooked,” it will run but a donkey will either stand and defend its ground (fight) or just simply “freeze.” So, what does a mule do? It can choose either one since it is part horse and part donkey! Donkeys and mules are considered more intelligent than horses. When they “freeze” it is part of their “well-developed instinct for self-preservation.” Considered stubborn, most experts think they are just thinking over the situation at hand and are not likely to put themselves in danger. Horses allow themselves to be worked until they are exhausted; mules won’t. According to ruralheritage.com, “a mule will trust its own judgement before it trusts yours.” Mules, as with most hybrids, were bred to join the desirable qualities of donkeys and horses. They get their strength and stamina from horses and their patience, sure-footed gate and intelligence from donkeys. Even when working regularly mules and donkeys live longer than horses. A farm mule can work hard for 18 years, where a horse is only good for about 15. Mules that are well cared for and do lighter work have been known to live for 30-40 years.

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HORSES, DONKEYS & MULES (continued): Most donkeys and mules are used for work on farms and trail rides, either packing humans or cargo. They are considered “beasts of burden.” The term, defined as “animals used for transporting loads or doing other heavy work,” is also used for elephants and oxen. Mules are used by the U.S. Army to carry supplies in Afghanistan and other places where the terrain is difficult. There are 185 breeds of donkeys, with about 41 million in the world today. Used in many places around the world, China has the most with about 11 million. George Washington is considered to be the “Father of the American Mule.” In 1785 he was gifted a large Spanish jack from King Carlos III of Spain. The next year, 1786, he received a Maltese jack and two jennets from French General Lafayette. He had his prize mares (horses) bred to his new jacks and became the first mule breeder in America. Other famous Americans who “connected” with mules were: Buffalo Bill Cody, Mark Twain, Harry Truman, Ken Curtis and Ronald Reagan. Ken Curtis played Festus on the long-running television western, Gunsmoke. Not only were mules used in western ranch settings, they were used to help populate the western United States. Mules could pull loaded wagons 30 miles (48.3 km) per day as compared to wagons pulled by horses or oxen that could only average about five miles (8 km) per day. The discovery of borax in Death Valley, California in the early 1890’s, lead to a major job for mules in the west. You’ve probably heard of 20 Mule Team® Borax. Sodium tetraborate is the scientific name for borax.

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• On June 10, 1935, two recovering alcoholics, one a New York broker and the other an Ohio physician, found Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.), a 12-step rehabilitation program. Today there are more than 80,000 local groups in the United States. • On June 9, 1973, Secretariat wins the Belmont Stakes to become the first Triple Crown winner since Citation in 1948. Secretariat’s heart was later found to weigh 22 pounds, more than twice that of a typical thoroughbred. • On June 11, 1989, in the wake of the Tiananmen Square massacre on June 4, China issues a warrant for Fang Lizhi, a leading Chinese dissident, who had taken refuge in the U.S. embassy in Beijing. The diplomatic standoff lasted for a year before Fang and his wife, Li Shuxian, were given free passage out of the country. • On June 12, 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson, football star O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife, and her friend Ron Goldman are stabbed to death outside Nicole’s California home. With overwhelming evidence against Simpson, including his blood at the murder scene, Brown’s and Goldman’s hair and blood in his car and bloody shoeprints found at the scene, Simpson became the chief suspect. He later was tried and acquitted. (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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• After leaving Second City TV, Moranis was in two Ghostbusters movies, Little Shop of Horrors, and his very memorable role as the eccentric inventor, Wayne Szalinski, in Honey I Shrunk the Kids in 1989, and Honey I Blew Up the Kid in 1992. Later, in 1997, he played Szalinski again in the direct-to-video movie, Honey We Shrunk Ourselves. • Some other films that Moranis has been a part of are: Little Giants, in 1994: Big Bully, in 1995; and he played Barney Rubble in The Flintstones, in 1994.

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For Advertising Call (740) 446-4543 RICK MORANIS (continued): • Moranis lost his wife, Ann, after a battle with liver cancer in 1991. He moved from his transplanted home in Hollywood back to Canada in 1997 to raise his two children. Moranis intended for his “retirement” to only last a few years, but realized that he didn’t miss the pressure of life in Hollywood.

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• Moranis still does occasional voice work on movies, such as Brother Bear. On acting, he has said, “I’m really not an actor. I’m a guy who comes out of comedy, and my impetus was always to rewrite the line to make it funnier, not to try to make somebody’s precious words work.” He liked the ability to change lines like he did in his earlier movies. • A few extra notes about Moranis: He was featured on the cover of the first issue of Disney Adventures magazine in 1990; he was the only cast member on SCTV who didn’t come from the Second City theatre; he had a letter published in Mad Magazine, Issue #120, July 1968, titled, “Don Martin Looks at Frogs;” and, he released a comedy/country album in September 2005, titled The Agoraphobic Cowboy. • In 2013, eight years after The Agoraphobic Cowboy, Moranis released another musical comedy album. My Mother’s Brisket & Other Love Songs, brings music and laughter derived from his Jewish upbringing. Included songs are “Oy, The Mistakes I Made” and “I Can’t Help It, I Just Like Christmas.” • This funny man loves to talk about his fellow Canadians: “We stand on guard at red lights, even when there is no traffic. We wait for clear, green governing lights to signal our turn and lead us on. Then we tuck our heads down, under wooly toques and worn-out scarves, one eye barely open, squinting headlong into the harsh prairie wind, cautiously, quietly, demurely Canadian.”

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Ecuador claims the most hummingbirds. There are 132 species found in the small country that is about the size of Colorado.

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Deported Veterans Can Return in Coffin Hundreds, perhaps thousands of foreign-born U.S. military veterans who have been convicted of crimes and served their time in prison have been deported, despite living legally in the U.S. since childhood. They are dumped in the country of their birth -- a country they may have no memory of, where a language they may not understand is spoken. What kept those service members from filing for American citizenship when they could have, five years after getting a green card? One theme stands out: Many were told by recruiters and at boot camp that U.S. citizenship was automatic when they were honorably discharged from the military. Others came back from service overseas in no shape, physically or mentally, to deal with bureaucracy. Where do we draw the line with deporting veterans? Immigrant lawbreakers who are not veterans are routinely deported for serious crimes. Does being a veteran and putting your life on the line for this country count for anything after you pay your debt to society? For a U.S. citizen, you do your time and you go free. And what of the crimes these deportee veterans commit? Should a line be drawn to distinguish between nonviolent and violent crimes? Felonies can include any number of crimes, some more serious than others. Some misdemeanors can be interpreted as aggravated felonies when it comes to immigration and deportation. Here’s the kicker: Deported veterans can’t come back -- until they’re dead. If they were discharged under honorable conditions, they qualify for burial in a veterans cemetery and the government will kick in $300 to have the body returned. Additionally, veterans still qualify for benefits, but they can’t get here to claim them. To learn more, go online and research “veterans deported.” Look up immigration-law expert Margaret Stock, a retired military police lieutenant colonel, and read some of the stories she tells. Freddy Groves regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@gmail.com. (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Food and consumer-safety alerts cover a wide range of products. Learning of these alerts as quickly as possible is the best way to keep your family safe. Here are a few recent recalls that you should be aware of: • Kraft has recalled 1.2 million cases of cottage cheese, including Simply Kraft, Daily Chef, Knudsen and Breakstone because of possible premature spoiling. • Transatlantic Foods has recalled 222,000 pounds of poultry and pork products that werenÕt inspected. • BMC has recalled three bicycle models because the forks can break above the brake mount: Alpenchallenge, Masschallenge and Urbanchallenge. • Cannondale Tandem Road Bicycles have been recalled because the fork can break on the 2014 model Road 1, Road 2 and 29 tandem models. • Northstar Lanterns have been recalled by Coleman because the gas feed tube can release too much fuel and cause a fire. • Quest ZRT Riding Mowers have been recalled because of loss of steering control. • Certain lots of Bravo Pet Food have been recalled because of possible Listeria contamination. •Approximately 96,000 pounds of Oscar Mayer Classic Wieners have been recalled, as they actually might be Classic Cheese Dogs in the wrong package. • Gree has recalled more dehumidifiers because of serious fire and burn hazards. This is an expansion of the 2013 recall and totals $4.5 million in fire-related property damage. They are sold under brand names such as DeÕLonghi, Fedders, Frigidaire, GE and Kenmore. • Stonyfield YoBaby Peach/Pear Yogurt has been recalled due to potential coliform contamination. • Blue Bunny Premium Bordeaux Cherry Chocolate Ice Cream has been recalled in certain states for undeclared eggs. • Dragonfly Brand Crushed Chili Powder has been recalled for possible salmonella. • Ste. Fromagere Du Livradois (France) has recalled Raclette Cheese and Montboissie Cheese lot #350 for possible salmonella. If you have a webpage such as a blog, you can put a widget on it for automatic alerts from FoodSafety. gov by copying the code provided right onto your blog. Click on Recalls & Alerts on the FoodSafety site. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission also has the widget text you can put on your blog or website at www.cpsc.gov. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration can send you alerts via RSS as well. See fda.gov to sign up. Or if you prefer, you can sign up for alerts via email on all three sites. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@gmail.com. (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Te l l T h e m Yo u S a w I t I n T i d b i t s ®

B u lletin B oa rd

D U TC H M A N S L AW N C A R E CO M M E R C I A L & R E S I D E N T I A L

CALL, WRITE, OR EMAIL FOR ADVERTISING AS LOW AS $25 PER MONTH MASSIE PUBLISHING LLC, PO BOX 236, GALLIPOLIS, OH

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email: mm@lovemytidbits.com

740-446-4543

RYAN BROWNING MASONRY No Job Too BIG Or Too Small

Employment

Owner OperatOrs & Drivers fOr flatbeDs, stepDecks, & HOtsHOts

FREE ESTIMATES • RESIDENTIAL

740-367-7667 HERSHBERGER’S HORSESHOEING

740-887-3701

ELDERLY HOME CARE

FOSTER SUPPLY COMPANY

COUNTRY INN ADULT GROUP HOME

Coaxial Cables • Electrical • Lighting

55 & OVER , JOIN OUR FAMILY! ASSISTED LIVING

98 SETTY ROAD, ALBANY, OH 45710

Electronics • 2 Way Radios •TV Antennas 807 East Main Street, Jackson, OH 740-286-3607 Open Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00 Sat 8:30-2:30

ACCOMODATES 10 RESIDENTS

SCENIC COUNTRY SETTING

SKILLED NURSING CARE NEED A BIT OF ASSISTANCE? WE’RE HERE FOR YOU, LET’S DISCUSS HOW WE CAN BEST HELP YOU...

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15 Years Experience • FREE ESTIMATES

All Work Guaranteed • Licensed & Insured

740-853-3290

CALL TODAY (740) 416-52899

BOBBY’S HELPING HANDS •WASH CARS

• LEAF /SNOW BLOWING

•MOWING/RAKING •HAUL/DELIVER •GENERAL LABOR •CLEAN/SWEEP

CALL BOBBY WILLIAMS

740-612-5609

J. LERUM MOWING LLC &

STUMP REMOVAL 740-288-5025 RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL COVERING JACKSON, VINTON, MEIGS, & GALLIA

CALL DAVE FOR ALL OF OUR SERVICES CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED

WISE CONCRETE

FLOORS • SIDEWALKS DRIVEWAYS • STAMPCRETE

FREE ESTIMATES • 740-444-9118 2 GIRLS AND A GUY LLC

FREE TRANSPORTATION TO NON EMERGENCY MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS FOR QUALIFIED/APPROVED MEDICAID RECIPIENTS LIVING IN GALLIA CO.

IN COUNTY OR OUT OF STATE TRANSPORTS AVAILABLE. 740-612-5907 or twogirlsandaguyllc@yahoo.com

HERSHBERGER’S BULK FOODS EN

OP NOW

AND MORE

NOW

OPEN

Open Mon-Tues-Wed-Fri-Sat 8 til 8 Closed Thurs & Sun

1951 CORA MILL RD, Gallipolis, OH GOSPEL SINGING IN THE PARK ON THE RIVER , MAIN ST., POMEROY, OH

JUNE 6, 2014 • 12 PM TO 5 PM featured group

Saturday, June. 7th Tee Off 8:30 AM

CLIFFSIDE GOLF COURSE

CASH PRIZES • GIFTS • AUCTIONS

GOOD FOOD & FELLOWSHIP

HOLE SPONSOR $100.00 CLUB MEMBERS - $50.00 NON MEMBERS - $60.00

SIGN UP SHEET LOCATED AT THE GOLF COURSE

tHe rOaD

740-446-9180

By Appointment Only

16th Annual

CALL 740-446-7822 FOR MORE INFO

2 years Over

EAGLE MILLS ROAD LONDONDERRY, OH

Gallipolis Lions Club

HEAVENSENT GOSPEL SINGERS from Vinton, OH and RICKY and MARIE ALLEY from Kermit, WV


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For Advertising Call (740) 446-4543

EASTMAN’S

Gallipolis

6 pk/16.9 oz btl

Assorted Varieties

Ohio Valley

RC Cola

1.98

Wellston Acorn Plaza

Prices Effective: thru Tuesday, June 10, 2014

USDA Choice Beef

Black Angus Whole Sirloin Tip

2.99

Twin Rivers

Fresh, Tender Choice, Family Pack lb

Bone-In Western Style Ribs

1.99

lb

Jif Peanut Butter

Final Price With Card

Final Price With Card

Final Price With Card

Final Price With Card

15.5-16 oz jar Selected Varieties

1.98 Final Price With Card

Final Price With Card

Final Price With Card

Mix or Match! Must Buy 5 of the Above Items.

24 oz can Selected Varieties

Hunt's Spaghetti Sauce

1 lb pkg. Red Ripe

Strawberries

88

¢

1.99

12 oz btl. Selected Varieties

Tropicana Orange Juice

48 oz tub Selected Varieties ea

Breyers Ice Cream

88

¢

2.88

Best of the Boneless Tyson Boneless Chicken Breast

8-9 oz pkg, Selected Varieties Lean Pockets, Croissant Pockets or

Hot Pockets

1.99 1.88

lb


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Online at www.lovemytidbits.com

Troyer Metal Roofing & Siding

Offering High Quality Windows & Glass Doors

JUNE 21, 2014

Directions: Take S.R. 141 approximately 10 miles West of Gallipolis or 40 miles East of Ironton on S.R. 141 FROM RIO GRANDE, OH: Take S.R. 325 South approximately 6 miles, then turn left on S.R. 141, go 1 mile to Gage School

SALE STARTS AT 9:00 A.M.

Lots of Solid Oak and Cherry Furniture Bedroom Suites • Hutches Dining Room Tables & Chairs Oak & Cedar Chests • Hickory Rockers Handmade Clocks • Shelves Outdoor Swings & Gliders Lots of Small Wood Miscellaneous Craft Items

HANDMADE QUILTS SELL AT 1:00 PM

FURNITURE & QUILT SALE WILL TAKE PLACE UNDER THE TENT WITH SEATING PROVIDED Lunch Stand: Homemade Ice Cream • Bar-B-Que Hamburgers & Chicken

BAKE SALE

ALL DONATIONS & CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME For More Information Please Contact One of the Following: Ervin Hershberger 1870 Boggs Road Patriot, OH 45658

Joni Yoder 2152 Cricket Trail Road Gallipolis, OH 45631

Nelson Hershberger 29 Daft Road Gallipolis, OH 45631

NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS

Answers By Chris Richcreek 1. Seattle’s Edgar Martinez hit .356 in 1995. 2. Ryan Freel, with five in 2005. 3. San Francisco’s Jim Harbaugh (2011-2013). 4. Penn, in 1979. 5. Ben Scrivens had 59 saves for Edmonton in 2014. 6. It was 1984. 7. Fred Couples, in 1992.

ANSWERS: 1) Neither 2) Nineveh 3) Zephaniah 4) Algum 5) Die 6) Daniel

Answers 1. “Shrek” 2. Deuteronomy 3. The Santa Maria delle Grazie convent in Milan 4. Involuntary contraction of the diaphragm 5. James Madison at 5 feet, 4 inches 6. John Le CarrŽ 7. Jimi Hendrix 8. England 9. 1922 10. Energy of movement

GRIFFITH ROOFING

24 ur Ho orm ge St ma Da

17th ANNUAL GALLIA COUNTY AMISH SCHOOLS BENEFIT AUCTION

Ho 24 S Da to ur m rm ag e

REPLACING YOUR OLD WINDOWS, OR BUILDING A NEW HOME, WE CAN ORDER ANY SIZE WINDOWS TO CUSTOM FIT YOUR NEEDS. WITH OR WITHOUT GRIDS CheCk Us OUt at 115 DeCkarD rD, BiDwell, Oh 45614 (1/4 mile frOm tyCOOn lake) Or mail Us Your Phone # & We Will Call You ••• oPen Mon thru Fri 7 aM to 6 PM Sat 7 aM to noon

740-245-5147 RIO GRANDE, OH INSURANCE CLAIM SPECIALIST WIND • HAIL RAIN Patch Work • Complete Tear Off 3 Tab • Dimensional or Metal Roofing Chimney Flashing Repair Vinyl Siding

3 YEAR LABOR WARRANTY FREE ESTIMATES PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE IN BUSINESS SINCE 1987

10% DISCOUNT

with use of Metal and Accessories from Troyer Metal, 115 Deckard Road, Bidwell, OH (1/4 mile from Tycoon Lake)


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