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The journal-news. (Nyack, N.Y.) 1932-1990, October 11, 1940, Image 11

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'■■'p T Turtles breathe through their nostrils. When under water they . expel the air, coming to the sur ­ face for more. When buried in mud they lie dormant, not re ­ quiring air. ES-fABUS^ED 3/ J. BR.OMEi.lK<< OK US- 12 A'l'-ftfE. EAS'TER.K ED4E- of- AL 8 IOK t Copr. :V40. Kii'i r«4iw<# S)itdKM«, life. V«iU ((Ki Some eastern brook trout planted In Idaho ponds by the U. S. hatcheries suffered from popeye. Mortality was found to be highest in ponds that had lit ­ tle shade. Mortality among black-spotted baby trout planted In a lake In the state of Washington, wai found to be due to anemia. Ebony is not always black. That found in Ceylon Is black, but Jamaica ebony is greeh. The first known use of railway artillery took place In the Seven Days* Battle at Savage ’ s station, Virginia. There are no colored units in the army air service nor In naval aviation. The state of Ohio is first in the United States in the manu ­ facture of clay products. 1 No act done by a child under seven years old is called a .crime. ' ■!' ..... a > Y

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