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WW II CAKE

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Many sacrifices were made during WWII and from the sacrifices came recipes that saved on food that was needed to help our troops. One of the recipes that I’ve come across is simple and looks like it would be something even I could put together and enjoy eating.

2 cups brown sugar

5 tbsp. shortening

2 tsp. salt

2 cups hot water

2 cups raisins

2 tsp. cloves

2 tsp. baking soda

1 tbsp. warm water

3 cups flour

Put first six ingredients in a saucepan and boil for 5 minutes. Cool to...

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DID YOU KNOW?

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This weeks DYK is about Einstein’s third argument, that religion is self-contradictory, is directed at the often-heard religious concept of “an omnipotent God who creates moral and physical evil although, on the other hand, he is supposed to be good and righteous.” But the idea of omnipotence, Tillich says, is a symbol, not a statement that God is an object who is active in terms of physical causality, as simply one object among all other objects in the omnipotence in biblical passages like the...

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SYSTEMATIC INVESTING CAN SMOOTH “BUMPS IN THE ROAD”

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In the investment world, there aren’t many certainties, but here’s one of them: prices will always go up and down. As an individual investor, you can’t do anything about this volatility. But the way you respond to it could make a big difference in your long-term investment success.

Many investors think they can “beat” volatility by trying to time the market — in other words, by buying when prices are low and selling when prices are high. In theory, this is an excellent strategy, but in...

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THE NEUF REPORT

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WHAT'SA VILLAMINIUM VS A CONDOMINIUM?

A CHANGING LIFESTYLE FOR EACH...

 

People are changing lifestyles desiring more time for travel and leisure activities, and wanting to spend less time working in the yard or repainting their home.

In 1984, Jeff Gilmore, president of Artisans-Stauffer, Inc. decided to offer Villaminium homes in the Fort Wayne area Parade of Homes. He laughingly explained that his idea of the difference was, "Its father was a house and its mother was a condominium."...

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TIME FOR “SPRING CLEANING” OF YOUR INVESTMENTS

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Spring is here — time to spruce up your house, get rid of clutter and get things organized. But this year, go beyond your home and yard when you do your spring cleaning and look for ways to rejuvenate your investment portfolio.

Of course, you don’t have to take an “out with the old, in with the new” approach just for the sake of changing things up. But to consistently make progress toward your financial goals, you may need to make adjustments in response to changes in the financial markets...

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THE NEUF REPORT

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TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE HOMEBUYER TAX CREDIT

WHO IS ELIGIBLE

~First-time homebuyers who have not owned a principal residence in the last three years may be eligible for up to an $8,000 tax credit.

~Existing homeowners who have resided in their principal residence for five consecutive years out of the last eight and are purchasing a home to be their principal residence (“repeat-buyer”) may be eligible for up to a $6,500 tax credit.

~All U.S. citizens who file taxes are eligible to...

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