Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 07, 1984, Image 52

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    Bl2—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 7,1984
(Continued from Page BIO)
seeing some stains of charcoal,”
Anderson recalls. “We dug off the
area carefully and came down on
another cultural layer. It had
chipped stone pieces, bone refuse,
and a possibility of a few pieces of
shell, though we’re not certain
about that.
“I was thinking that this could be
about 10,000 years ago, and that
would be very interesting. When
we ran the dates at the
Smithsonian Environmental
Research Center, we were amazed
to find that the lowest layer dated
around 27,000 years ago. ’ ’
Among the findings were a
number of stone flakes that clearly
came from stone tools, says An
derson. There also were three
stone cores from which the tools
may have been made. None of the
bones were human; all were from
animals, and are being analyzed to
help determine what kinds of food
the cave’s residents ate.
Few Dated Sites
Researchers have known for
some time that human beings lived
in mainland southeast Asia for as
long as the last 500,000 years. But
though many artifacts have been
found, only a handful have been
precisely dated using radiocarbon
dating techniques.
The best-known site, and the
oldest about which details have
Suzuki proved it has what it
takes to get to the Olympics As
the Supplier of Motorcycles
and ATVs to thel9B 4
Games, Suzuki wiil be moving
Olympic officials and materials
wherever theyjrep —— -
needed. For the Otym
pic Games-or just j
suzuki ;
New Holland, R 1, Pa. 17557
Rt. 322, IV2 Miles West of Blue Ball
Earn $lO, $l5, $2O
thousand a year or more!
the multi*million dollar
fur industry.
Turn your unused space and
spare time into profits.
• Excellent Investment • Exciting
▲Program • Enormous Profits
To learn more without obligation, fill out and
mall the coupon below today:
RRI, Box 54
Equlnunk, Pa.
(717) 224-4580
niy« ■»»■!'»'»'! m »~rrr>»nrrmnrvc
• «
: , '* v v, ;
: - V*ti *J :
• •
been published in Western
scholarly journals, is Spirit Cave in
northern Thailand, dated to about
13.000 years ago. Vietnamese
archeologists have told of finding a
site estimated to be about 30,000
years old, but scholarly reports
have not yet been published.
The significance of Anderson’s
discovery is that it may shed light
on a crucial period of southeast
Asian prehistory. Harvard
Professor K.C. Chang says that
sometime between 30,000 and
10.000 years ago people in the area
began to exploit the plants and
animals they found there, leading
to the development of agriculture.
Chang cautions that too much
emphasis should not be put on a
single finding or radiocarbon date,
and Anderson agrees. Anderson
will return to Thailand this sum
mer to dig some more.
fun and games-Suzuki’s got
what It takes for any event From
cruisers to sport bikes, tourers
to economy bikes, Quadrunners
or “3x6" ATVs, Suzuki's ready to
take on the ’B4 Olympics. You
- ,| can take on an Olym
|| pic contender at your
UHLS | nearby Suzuki dealer.
999 1 The Sensation
{of Sozuld.
FYes! I am interested in mak- 1
ing money by becoming a |
commercial Fur Rancher!’ |
j NAME j
j City State Zip
I Married/Single
| Occupation
L ,
Twisted ribs and
Lace patterns may look com
plicated, but they’re easier to do
than you might think. Because
pattern stitches give hand-crafted
sweaters their rich, distinctive
look, lace patterns are well worth
In the sweater shown, a twisted
rib pattern borders the zigzagging
lace panel. Like many other
patterns twisted ribs rely mostly
on knit, purl and slip combinations.
As shown, the sweater is done in
Bernat’s cotton “Cassino” yam,
but it may also be knit in acrylic,
mohair and wool “Sweety.” To
order the sweater kit containing
either yam and complete in
structions, look for details that
follow this column. To learn more
L£ I
zigzagging lace
John Deere Diesel Engines
Do you own any of the following John
Deere Agricultural Products?? Do you
have an engine problem? If so call us
BLOCK. We might be able to save you
time and money!!!
1520 2240 55
2020 2440 95
2520 2640 105
1530 2840 3300
2030 2940 4400
2630 4040 6600
4030 4240 7700
4230 ' 4440 7700 TURBO
4430 4640 4420
4630 4840 6620
8430 8440 6620 TURBO
8630 8640 7720 TURBO
2040 8850 8820
Fmm ln,act call us even ft it s not a John Deere
i i win product. Not always, but many times we
Evergreen Enginos an r ®p° wer y° ur equipment with just a
9 few basic facts and your help.
to power your
In by 9:00 AM out by 5:00 PM. Here’s how it works. Bring us your old
engine by nine in the morning, we will make all the trim changes, you will
have your new engine by five PM that same day... That’s Service!!!!
Here’s Value!! To Repower A John Deere 1520 Diesel Tractor
Your Total Cost Would Be:
Base Cost New Engine $3957.19
Less Exchange Value $(584.19) YOUR OLD ENGINE
Your Net Cost $3373.00
Here's Value!! To repower a John Deere 4030 Diesel Tractor Your
Total Cost Would Be:
Base Cost New Engine $6321.00
Less Exchange Value $1021.00 YOUR OLD ENGINE
The above examples are using your old engine trim. The rest of the good
news is that all labor and additional parts are included in the above quote.
But it doesn't end there: 12 month warranty, that’s the final word.
Give Us A Try The Next Time: Get Real Value For Your Money.
Prices Are Based On Using Yor Old Engine Trim.
Call Us For Details.
about lace patterns, just read on.
Lace patterns nearly always
include small patterns that repeat
across a row. The patterns consist
of increases and decreases, each
counterbalancing one another to
keep the number of stitches con
stant within the row.
By increasing and decreasing
stitches, holes occur in the knitted
fabric. Eventually, the com
bination of holes, increases and
decreases form the lace pattern.
In most cases, increases are
done with a yarnover, abbreviated
as “yo.” The yarnover is made by
winding the yarn from the front of
the work over the top of the
righthand needle. The next stich is
knit as usual.
In many lace patterns, including
the one shown, decreases are
accomplished through the com
bination, “si 1, k 2 tog, psso.” The
abbreviations mean slip one stitch,
knit 2 together, and pass the
slipped stitch over.
To work the decrease slip the
first stitch from the left-hand to
right-hand needle without knitting
it. Knit the next two stitches
together. Then, pass the slipped
stitch, now on the' right-hand
needle, over the knitted-together
Increases and decreases as
described above are both
demonstrated in the pattern below.
To try the pattern, choose a finer
yam and larger needles than you
might ordinarily use for the yam.
The correct balance of yam and
needles are important in lace
knitting. If your yarn is too thick or
your needles are too small, the
holes won’t stand out clearly
enough to show off the lace pat
With the right combination of
Insist on
32 Evergreen Road, Lebanon, PA 17042
(717) 273-2616
yarn and needles, lace patterns
can be beautiful, as you’ll see from
the zigzagging pattern described
below. Here are directions:
Cast on 20 stitches.
Row 1: + Yamover, knit 3, slip
1, knit 2 together, pass slipped
stitch over, knit 3, yamover, knit 1
+, repeat between +’s once.
Row 2 and all even rows: Purl.
Row 3: + Knit 1, yamover, knit
2, slip 1, knit 2 together, pass
slipped stitch over, knit 2, yar
nover, knit 2 +, repeat between
Row 5: + Knit 2, yamover, knit
1, slip 1, knit 2 together, pass
slipped stitch over, knit 1, yar
nover, knit 3+, repeat between +’s
Row 7: + Knit 3, yamover, slip
1, knit 2 together, pass slipped
stitch over, yamover, knit 4 +,
repeat between + ’s once.
Row 8: Purl.
Repeat these 8 rows for pattern
The sweater kit, complete with
Bemat yams and instructions, is
available in white, pale yellow,
peach, misty blue, pale pink, pearl
gray, marsh purple (amethyst),
stormy teal (turqoise) or ruby
KIT 5928-273 in “Sweety”
acrylic/mohair/wool blend: small
(8-10), medium (12-14) or large (16-
18), $l3.
KIT C 928-273 in “Cassino” 100
percent cotton; small (8-10),
medium (12-14) or large (16-18),
To order, send kit price, plus
$2.50 postage and handling to Ellen
Appel Crafts, your newspaper’s
name, Box 1144, Laguna Beach, CA
92652. Specify kit number and
color. California residents please
add 6 percent sales tax.