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^^^ J Beeville Hereford Show To Draw Record Entries Group Sets Oct. 29-30 As Dates By ;KADY ST1LKS j ' ra!!er-Thnes Farm Editor ' A record-breaking number of registered Hereford cattle is expected to be consigned to 'he 15th animal South Texas Hereford Breeder-Feeder Show and Sale, set. for Oct. 29-30 in Beeville. ' Volmer Roberts of Alice, president of the association, told directors and other Hereford breedevs; mepting in Beeville Friday that, j stall and pen space at the show; will be filled to capacity if only; 50 percent of the breeders who! have indicated an interest in the show consign animals. | During the past year, Roberts ; has made personal visits to Here-: ford ranches throughout South and ! Central Texas and has invited i brooders to attend thc show and! exhibit their cattle. He said alsoj that several ranchers and Here-! ford breeders from Northern Mex- i ico are expected to attend this j year's show and sale. i Edward M. Neal, secretary o f ! the association, bore out President | Roberts' optimism about the 1951 i show nnd sale. Ke said more thnn | 325 top Hercfords have already ' been* consigned to the show and i sale by South Texas breeders; a n d , he indicated that probably 200; head of cattle will he In the" stalls I and pens this year. j Tentative Consignment* Among tentative consignments already.received by the secretary are: Ross Boothe, Gonzales: T h r e e ! bulls and three cows in the pen j sale; three bulls in fitted sale;) four hulls, one cow for show only. Reeves Brown, Mathis: Five bulls in pen sale. Connally H e r e f o r d MAKE PLANS FOR SHOW--Officers and directors of the South Texas Hereford Breeder-Feeder Association met in Beeville Friday to make final plans for this year's show and sale, set for Oct. 29 and 30. Officers attending the meeting were (left to right) Yolmer Roberts, Alice; president: Reeves Brown, Malhis. first vice president; Robert Webb, Berclair, second vice president; and Edward M. Neal, Beeville, secre- tarv. Vocational Ag Teachers To Meet First, Second \ear Instructors To Hold Session at Texas AI | A meeting for first and second- i year teachers of vocational agn- · culture teachers will get under | way at AI College in Kingsville Monday morning- at 9:30 o'clock, it has b e e n announced by C. D. Parker, supervisor of vocational agriculture training in Area JO. Dr. Ernest Poteet president of AI College, will give an address jof welcome: and F. B. Wines, as- jMxtant teacher trainer at AI will ,talk on the aims and purposes of the meeting which will continue through Tuesday. Others scheduled on the opening session's program Monday morning area: D. E. Moore, superintendent of schools at Karnes City, who will talk on "Relation of the Agriculture Teacher to the Total School Program"; S. V. Burks, chairman' of the department of vocational dcrieulture education at AI, who will talk on "Professional Ethics"; .and K. C. Weekley, vocational j agriculture, teacher at Lvtle. "OrJ Corpus Christ! CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 12, 1951 S-B U.S. Farmers w asm Total War on Insects Virtually Entire Country Affected in Battle of Bugs C ./' VVINONA, Minn., Aug. It. tAP)!chi!d in his own right. There HP'-American farmers once ..gainU'hev.'ing' insects. sucking bugs ,-iml . u . ( Ranch, are'deep in a nip and tuck baf.lojthoso that simply n.sp t h e i r w ; , y :' ' ^ wn _ Klnrcsvllle: Ten bulls in pert sale, with insects and plant disease to:m o food crops. Poisons t h a t woiito . ( , , , · · .,,,, ,v,.- n-urln L. N, Connally, Beeville: Five save some o! their fruit, vege-jact Hgaipst ehewers won't uo for .^'^ o f ' f^ 1( 7 s i s " i-oinplete. else ganizing and Operating a L o c a l : IFF A Chapter." | Scheduled to take part in Moni day afternoon's session a:e C. T. | Parker, Area 10 supervisor of vo- . ( r a t i o n a l a g r i c u l t u r e ; J. D. Carlisle,- week. : vocation! agriculture teacher a t ; -- : Orange Grove; M. R. Honsloe, vo.^-.-.- -.» i rational agriculture teacher at O. 11 ' L u l i n g ; and Cecil Olendenin, vo- ^ ,, cjilion.-'.i a g r i c u l t u r e teacher at (("'ls Soi'VICO I 111 Alice. ; ' : Vocational a g r i c u l t u r e teachers: H. R. McNeil of Crystal City I who will participate in Tuesday , w n s awjiHed a service pin nt a .morning's session are K. D Ford , , . ' , i !T:;fl: Henry Moss, Devme^ s. 'f.':TM*"TMTM of vocational agncul- Brown, Jr.. George \\Vst; and Wilt u r n l lechers in San Antonio la.-! Hi-flled ovor midwest pi am fields, . h e r t Meischen. R f i y m o n d v i H e , vvk in recognition f his 30 years ;Target Const-Ion* i Area Supervisor Parker will dis- ,,f teaching vocational agriculture. j No bombardier ever h;ui to be'cuss "State Farmer Applications," j more 'argiH conscious than t h e ; Oi i!l e program for the final | boys operating theso ]tiiig-.s:2(.-i sess-ion Tuesdny afternoon will Jsp'rny guns. Flying :-il low levels.; he D. M. Fairly, vocational asn- 1 t h e y ' m u s t m a k e certain that em--', c u l t u r e t e a c h i - i 1 at Ber-vilU-, who from dawn to S a. m. a n d ' w i l l t a l k on "A Program t« fiys. Ul " !'.-i!Kii!- l i i ' U n i r l ' o n i n A u r i c i i l n ; i ; WINTER FEED--This huge, concrete-lined trench silo is on the John Bolland farm east, of Bishop. Built this year, the silo has a capacity of more than 400 tons of silage. Bolland, who feeds out a great many cattle each year, finished filling the silo last Cotton Gins Hum As Crop Picked Cotton g i n s h u m m e d around the ly's c n t t o n acreage this year lock last week and .luring the amounted^ 62,000 acres, soven-dav n e r i o il from A u g . 3 lure"; H. R. M c N e i l v o c a t i o n a ] : aqricullMre t e a c h e r svi r r y s t ;-. ! D. M. Fairly of Beeville was awarded a 20-year service pin. . . . . · · -· r- Duval County, with good yields Among teachers i-fci'iving 10- sin e n - f i a I 1 e l ' ° ' t l ^ 1 ' 1 ' "^ ° · boiug reported in some communi- ye.-ir pins were ·'- I". Carlis!.', -"'rough Aug. 9 a t o t a l of L'e.SM) u ,, s was getting down to cotton Orangi 1 Grove; Sidney Ford. Don- bales wore turned, p i c k i n g in i-arnest lust week; and Brown. " i v t l u s ; and H e a v i l y J,,adcMi tru.-ks ana t r a i l - giimings fo r the week nt the three ins in tlu eonniv amounted to f~6 H. C JMiarr. t h f wards bales. Total ginmnss for the season bulls in peri sale. liable nnd pram crops lo (or the-'the sin-lung v a n e t v and still :m- V'' 1 ^ "'"··'"··· '" ....·...,-.-.. v..^. . ( .. ( ^ ..., n Y|;irs (]f Tll;lt , hi!) j, Vf ,,. :l . an-a coiilerenee of volitional n g n - · " ' ' ' ' ' " ' ,^'. .,",,,',,, ,.,,.,, ... IM ., ,,.. . Circle n Ranch B I DuPose *l world's dhmer table. l o t h r r is nvcossarv for raspors. ( ''- "'· l " ( ! a l k - t m n a l A g r i c u l t i u c ' " ; and C, r a ,! v - c u l t u . o toachors. l 111 ^" 1 - lhl " ' l l b l ' " P * " l J "'° Pnx.ka County gumings l a s t Son Devine" Four" bulls in prni There is no cease fire in sight! As the. a n t i - h u g a r m y develops' Plenty of neriiil ncrul,.n'.s i.ivnlv- Sli ,,, s · r ,-,. j. a ,. k ,, r ,. f K i nssV! !!o is high gear. M a n y g m yards were week amounted to 221 b a l e s - a sale- ei"ht hulli one cow in fitted!^ 3 lllfi hordes of crawling mid mew poisons, the insects ci.umer-ing ci-np-'iusi.-rs h i t me hca.lhncs. ,,-.,,. h of , h( , ,ij. s ,., 1} ; KI , )ns w ,n he supervisor f i r AHM 10, w i n c h , i-ow.ic'l to c a p a c i t y w i t h lo;ui s oi total .f 5Sh for the season. In Jmi ' · · ' ' · · · - · · · · · · i m m u n i t y linl t h e r e s t i l l are some " o l t l t i m : followed liy a q u e s t i o i v a n d - a n s w e r , t a k e s i n more t h a n in South Texas rollon, a m i in soine c o n n n u n i t i c s Ho- 'counlies. tl sale. T. H. Heard, Beeville: Five bulls In fitted sale. Claude K. Heard, Beeville: Five bulls "in pen sale. T. B. Jones. Beevllle: T h r « e bulls, ons cow in pen sale. Miles Knolle, Industry: Five bulls in pen sale. L. E. Kroll, Dilley: Thre« bulls, three cows in pen sale. Lucas and Webb, Eerelair: Three bulls in pen sale; seven bulls in fif.ed sale. Richard M. Lucas, Beeville: Ten bulls in pen sale. winged pests, with windhorne p a r - i s t t a c k hy developing .. ... . ,, , (sites, compete for the n a t i o n ' s ' n g H i n s t them. McComvon said |J1 ' S ' ' n l l l | U huKiness. McConnon p,,,-,,,,^ p.-uker said. fond 'wi'h n n army of fighters, I there is a l r e n d y ;·. lireec! of f h p s : i s p i o u d of Ins long fnendsllip. equipped with insecticides and an'thn-'. seems to flourish on DDT, w i t h "Ouslv" Huggins from South "air force" of an estimated 1,MO ··,,- vou ,. oul(1 ,,,.,,,,,, n r r e n C a r o i m a , now lighting b a r l e y t h r i p ; plnnes. A p h i d s ' n l t h r i r work." McConnon 1 "' 11 " f various^ N o f l h Onkotn a.r. ; Front line ninps on the w a !ls !sa .d, "you simplv wouldn't believe 1 ! 101 l s - "D" sl . v h;is bo( ' n 1 1 "-! of federal -and state agriculturalj w i l a t you saw. This t i n y pest i s ' u l ' o r in ' secls f01 ' 2; · vrn! ' ii ' i offices show: 'capable of spewing forth'scores o f ; The poisons they use for the: Locusts and grasshoppers posing j minute but very iilive young only! most part, must he " c u s t o m a threat in the far west. |five days after its" own hirt..." ' i mixed." built to order to meet a Texas girding against the yellow-j As one sample of how the bat- particular set of circumstances, striped Army worm and, w i t h j t ] e goes, McConnon said that pea ' n ° nc case. McConnon said a 'Oklahoma, trying '.o cut downl£ t . 0 wys' in Nor'.hern Illinois, Wis-1 farmer rejiorted thrips eating nt waves of green aphids in grain|cousin. Southern Minnesota and!''is gi-nin while blight was show- Dr. Scott McNeil!, Beevlllg; Onel bull in fitted saie. H, D. Miller, Mathis: Six bulls In pen sale. fields. Wisconsin orchardists . 1 Northern Iowa so far this year j ing around the edges. fighting! have used 4 million pounds" of! "Th.V. called for a combination " apple tree scab, with m a g g o tiparathion dust against "aphids. jof bug poison and disease ami- moths, perilling that crop in Min-i Fighting the pests is a touch-i f J l t - p s -" he explained. "But on his rresota. Walter Rang«, Beevill*'. 11 bulls Bo j^ WeevH Drive In pen sale. " " R. J. Roeder and Son, Torktown: Nine bulls, three, cows in pen sa.le. Kay RUs^sell, Beeville: Two cows to fitted sale. Coman Shear, AHce: Three bulls in fitted sale. Straus Medina Hereford Ranch, San Antonio: Two bulls in fitted sale. Leonard Smith, George West: jand-go battle. They must ho iricn-Kirst swing around the pilot came [tified in fields or' orchards early ^ ! i a r k with thc ship's windshield The Carolina s and other south- enough to w a r r a n t "if expense of --- aphiris wore arid- em states waging a continuing, control measures. Rome c rowers ! ni £ tf| t h e / p r o b l e m . So we m a d e drive against the boll weevil. I have decided a r b i t r a r i l y that if 2 n ; a quick addition lo the poison m i x - | Minnesota and Iowa trying des-!percent of any crop 'is infested, ; t u i '« lo counter t h e nev\; threa'.." j pera*ely to save this year's sweet spraying or dusting isrr't worth-! McConnon said such episodes j and field corn from corn borers while. ia! ' e n°t uncommon, that m a n y , 1 and ear-worms. j There is no single arch villian|sTMwers are beset by both bugs Thrip, a tiny insect the size o f j i n the insect world. Many differ-i a r t c l P la!lt disease. Thanks to ag- a -pinhead, gaining a toehold on lent Bugs have a host of differing j ricultural laboratory researchers. barley in the Dakotas, lemons on the West Coast and such widely diverse growing things as onions appetites. There are enough var- killers for most of these are now ieties to cover everything humans eat, even what they smoke available. Field men make continuous reports to spot new pests and gladiolus in other parts of the there's a species of thrip that just as the y appear U. S. ' i loves tobacco plants. j All U. S. chemical firms %V»IK., Indiana, Maryland and the east-j A fleet of spraying- and crop-i closel y with federal and s t a t e : Six cows in pen sale. Bennie H. Wilsorr, -Berclalr. Neal- urged breeders to send in , - . : - - f . -., -- - · , . , ,, · , their entry list as earlv as Dossi el ' n s e tomato country .worry-justing planes moves about the' a e n c i e s f °f another, perhaps; ble'in order that he can launch a ! i n ? about the " lroad of Mosaic j nation- in accordance with the ag-ipoisons must be strong- enough t o j ca^paim to publicize the show i blight i ricultural "battle maps" spotting: knock off thc insects but not: s o j and sale ' ! Forest Terrt caterpillars defoliat-i new infestations. At present, some i potent as to affect Aunt E m m a j Mondav 'Morninir Judinnff · · ' i ' mg . hundrefls of thousands of acres 200 of the 1,500 planes in the! when she opens a can of peasj · i i n tho nni-t-hoi-n n.-oat r.ntoe efatoe "farmer air force" are'conc.en- ; to go with the cops. { chedule calls for cattle in the fitted show division to be judged Monday Eiornirrg, Oct. 29, beginning at 8 Henry G. McConnon, surveying | the current "bug map," says U. S. farmers are in a real war. NEVY RORINSON SHOOTS WOLF WITH FAT HEN IN ITS MOUTH Kevy Robinson, Rceville's colored version of a modern Daniel Boom-, cashed in on his h u n t i n g hobby lasi week when he brought down a huge red wolf. Robinson, who enjoys f i s h i n g as well as h u n t i n g , was returning homo Thursday morning from a f i s h i n g t r i p on the Nueeos River. His luck had been bad, and he was returning to Beeville practically empty handed. As he passed a farm house in the early morning light, lie surprised a bm red wolf in the net of t a k i n g off w i t h "n fat hen. The frightened predator, in his haste to got a w a y , ran across t h e road in front of Robinson's car, s t i l l holding the chicken in his m o u t h . Robinson w e n l i n t o a c t i o n q u i c k l y and shot, 'lie f l e e i n g wolf w i t h a .22 r i f l e . A f t e r k i l l i n g t h e , - n i m n l , H I P dusky h u n f o r rel.iirnrvi I n t h e ffinyi hou?e and reported the feat. The wolf, the f a r m e r told Robinson, had been preying on chicken for some time and had carried of more t h n n 50 hens; and in appreciation o? Robinson's bringing down the wolf the fanner gave the hunter a basket of eggs. E'ack in Beeville, Robinson collected a $3 bounty from the county for the wolf scalp. And, just to make the morning's work worthwhile, he kept the fat hen that the wolf was making off with. SIMILAR TO HUMANS Weekly'Disease Check Of Animals To Be Made County XT bales were ginned the gms w i l l be i i n a h i e to clear lasl week, m a k i n g a total of 21S for their yards over the weekend. . t h e season. » Heaviest g i n n i n g * in t h e H e n [ w e r e in San Patncio County, w h e r e ' ' ;J'i,!Jii'J Imle.s w e r e t u r n e d out last · w e e k , bringing thc season's loin! ^ii,0;!S hales. The on Us way lo the estimated 35.000 bales predicted lor this year's crop; and it is not improbable that the, estimate will be exceeded. Siui Patricia County 1ms approximately 105,000 acres of cotton this season. County gins turned out durir.g t h e week--more, than half of the. .season's tninl of 1.::.".:% bales. In the South h;il£ of lle.tugio Coun* ly, which includes the Baydie, Bonnie View, and Richardson Communities, g i n n i n g s last week amounted to 1.1G2 bales; nnd the total giimings for the season have climbed lo 2,173 bales. o'clock; while the range cattle in I .,-,·«. %.- ui · ·. - \ .__·_.,!-i... .... i _ . _ _ , , ,, i It s a highly important cam-! Rec County gins turned out 1.311 j Beyond Kstlnnif* b a l o s ,. lRl we ,, k . wl]ilc tota! fijn . i Nueces Cnunly's -innings f h i r i n g ni fo ,. ,,,,. ^^ J]av ^ climbed I the week totaled (i^l.'iO hales, -.vhich to ··-[- t ^ | ) H l(s brought the season's iotal gitmings i n '' Ll:ve Oak Couniy Tfifl hales up to 1IMSS hales. This tigure is vvo ,. p K j, m e f l ] asl w PO i.;. bringing !all early beyond early season csti- t h c rmm u-'s totals for the season ; m a t e s for the. county's total p t o to l 7:;fi hnles. j d u c l i a n this season; and it is l i k e l y Tho l n . c n u n t y a r e a j, RS R -, lm ed i t h a t more than 15.000 bales will be ft 1ou ,, ^ C , a _ ]fi2 b . l!(;; . U l j s spagon , j ginned in ( h e county before the wiUl . llmosl h . llf thal n u m b c r being season i s over. Nueces C o » n i y : ginnc d during the past week, farmers planted 220,000 acres of. There is still a shortage of cotton cotton this year; some of: pickcl . s it , some areas; but the the most productive cotton growing : m a n n e r in which c o t t o n was areas the crop was a total failure. I brought into gins i ast week indi- In Jim Wells County 2.017 bales Seated that many farmers had been were ginned during the week. This able'to obtain lull crews--enough brings the county's total for the to swamp with, cotton. Lack o£ season up to 5,102 bales. The coufi-' trailer facilities has caused some :farmers to pile c o t t o n on the ·ground while waiting for trailers ": to be emptied at the gin. : In manv communities, farmers ; are cutting down cotton sialks as i rapidly as crews pick the cotton. ·One picking is all that many fields ··will get. this year. It is felt that A total of S3 predatory a n i m a l s . m o r e than half the crop has been was killed in Bee County during;gathered: and if this is the case, June and July under the county's! the area's total ginnings this sea- I.P--Weekly; S. Young, state health department j control program, according to'son will remain below the 100,000- 35 Predatory i Animals Killed I.n Bee Couniy pens -will"be judged at 2:30 Mon-1 day afternoon. The sale of cattle "will begin at 12:30 o'clock the following day. Fitted cattle will be sold first, followed by the sale of pen cattle. Judges of the range cattle will ^paign, because if we. lost ithis ^ sect war the country might stand j a chance: of foing hungi-y for a while," explains McConnon, officer' in a firm of that name which annually turns out millions of pounds AUSTIN, Aug. 11. , , plant and aninml morbidity repoftslveterinarian; Df G. A. Kay of the! Mrs. I. F. Cherry, secretary o f i b a l e mark. will be undertaken in Texas to help, , , livp^toct 'sa-iilarv rnmmiJ C o u n t y Agricultural Agent Jack JDwMUiiie Sept. 25 S U J l e ilvesl ° CK ^-«^ r "' ' llttl. problem schein, Falfurrias. On the "rangisl--, 'cattle committee are Ted Scott, | JbSCape . ,1 111 Death . B-12 Alone Lacking As Supplement Feed Use of B-12 alone in poultry feed' Dr. Slinger discontinued supj _ _ . . . , . ,, ,,,,,,,,,, -. inlemenfs is not enough to pro- ments after eight weeks and placed j Warfare Committee in the Texas!'c OJ T'" wno " u «es a similar weekly' Men w i i h do g' s led in the '"J.m-' In * maximum growth in mini- all birds on growing diet. Those j Civil Defense Organization. j f ' ^ ^^ ^.^ ' her of P'^ators cau^t, Mrs.'.pink m time,, according to r,e cent who received aureomycin during i The committee s a i c I K e r e p o ^ , . - - . ' · . *"« , , livp^toct sa-iilarv rnmmi hold down spread of such diseases i S U J l e ilvesl ° CK ^-«^ r y .. "' 'Forga'son and administrator of thei Sept. 25 is the deadline for de- as anthrax, |S' nn ; D r- C, F. Layton of the *"· i p r0 g raln- , | s troying cotton stalks in the Coastal i The plan was' announced today! 1- e au °^_ Animal Industry. j jj, t j lc two-month r-a(ch were 21iBend: and it appears that in most i by the governor's office as a step The reporting plan was credited; coyotes, 10 wolves, and four bob- i communities farmers well Sidney Smith, and R. J. Koeder, j VIENNA, Aug. 11. (API--Seeking duce jmum tests conducted at i^uuL».a.i asvlum in the U. S. zone, At Friday's meeting Paul Rus-1 Vojtch Kaha, a 34-year-old Czech, sell of Beeville, Coman Shear of j made .the dangerous flight across Alice, and Ted Scott of, Beeville j the Czech-Austrian border yester- . were appointed to a nominating j day. This morning he. was f committee. They w i l l submit!dead in a bath tub from gas names of candidates for election'had escaped J r o m a de «.t the annual membership meet- water heater, the U. S. army an- Ing to be held in Beeville Oct. 25. nounced. the Ontario the first eight weeks -averaged tests uutuiLicteu I.L ^^^ ^m-cm^ m^ m.^\. ^^^^^w ..v.^.. u ....«..-,.,.,- o n i-,p with enemv saboteurs who Agricultural College by Dr. S. J.J7.9 and 7.8 pounds at 12 weeks; mignt attempt to introduce anthrax- oi;_«-._ iixrViHo tl-iP TiPflVlPSt" f)f t.llf* flfJlET i !-,^,^-P n-^A -r.-n-mfV» ^ i c- o * c d "Mpw i while, the heavies Quiz Program Seen ,-ftifeom^ of the otherj ho £ f and m " 0 uth d i s e a s e . New] As U. S. """""" "~'" : THE **' U ' i ahead of the deadline date. In the meantime, members of the control staff in the g ahead w i t h gin | brought in 13 scalps. Nine prcda-i trash inspections. The inspections itors were caught in traps, eight! will be. concluded next week, iwere killed with gun';, four were' D. M. McEachera, head of the I clubbed to death, and one was ; pink, bollworm control program in i the area, said yesterday that com- v 6 5 pounds at the end of pULUIU J J l U I p 111 e i g J I L v*c;trto L * J t i . i | - ffi^fe 016 ' 8 - 12 ° nly ta r^ on aureomycin-gained on.! J nn»l 1 T " /^l 1 O *1 1 Tilden Lions tlub Builds ^ T i -B-* VM i irk 1 A · New All-Steel Rodeo Arena 5i,i^i^.iii^)m-i.n,. [ , , jji. Slinger's'experiments show-jP 0 TM a ll ed that 23 poults on aureomycin j wnil e ll .TM° K . . diet averaged 4.27 pounds for 2?.|for One pound of whose feed was supplemented j""" 5 "^ herds in attempts to wreck! ''"'" m*~~~, -- - ,, . - - . .-- , , c ominun jt.j es ; n f n e C0 unty which;paratively few worms are being iThe newspaper De volksKrant, or-|p artici p atcd in - Dolm ty payments i found in gin trash this season, application ;gan of Roman Catholic-trade u n - j ^ l r j n j r the two-month period were i Likewise, there is practically no ^ w a s also fo t "es°en bv the commit-!j ons today critized one of Ho!-'Beeville, 2: Blanconia. 1; Cadiz, i evidence of boll weevil infestation 2.4-pounfcof fe«i^_ ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,J ^ Mrim \lM, mo.t popular radio prof: CUu-evHle. 2; Miner,,, «; NoHthis year. The_ hot, dry^weather pounds of feed a m o n g The plan callsjfor veterinariansi lrt ' '·'""' . . j m a n a . -3; Olmos, 1: Papalo'.e, 3; and the early deterioration of cot- id county agents to report trans-j grams as American P r °P 3 S anda -;p awrlcei i ; pettus, 9; Quincy, l ; | t o n plants this summer have com- diseases of livestock and; A question and answer program ; i; ,' 1. to reduce the insect popula- i table diet with no supplement I weighed only 2.95 pounds at the: °i'i,K% D , ^ 23 poults on an animal protein bag' . - . , . , . , . . . h A Radi was i ' Bounty payments for the period. tion to a minimum, McEaehem - ..... - i formation weekly to all staleisumt by the newspaper. It _ said latencies, veterinarians and county ! ln e program was tmanceo nj Oaner.nme. srvi« » m «. hopes to have the project undenvay p o u s on an a n m a p r o e n ag- o u n e r hopes to have the proec u n e n v a y . , . ,,,'ial diet averaged 3.94 pounds at .,, , . ,, bv mid-September includes Dr. C. Belgians and French. American ac- i mings will bo served at noon and; h { ^ eight . week periodi GAINESVILLE Fla.. Aug. «: , § ." ^ extension veterinar- tion like this can only be exploited; TILDBN-A new $15,000 all-steel | at 5 o'clock on Labor Day, Franks fi ,, those rece ^ing aureomycin | f-^ member ,«,,,,,,,,..,,»,,»,«-^-»s*^TM sf^^n'r: TM.°«5" H,ss v E'" at the McMullen County 4-H Club j char i ie Whitney of Raymond-!*. 0 ""!! ° nR "" \ ' v^ ^ , ^i be.rf 80. A dossenriant i show grounds just north of Tilden. | ville is producer for the show.j"'' ' ' - - " - · » ' -' u ' , O f an early American family which! ! - - - ..iPouno.. L ' c a m e to this country from England : Members of the Tilden Lions i Events to be staged will be calfj- ridin wildcowl Club are building the new arena,' roping, bronc riding, wildcowl which is to be initiated at a three-j milking, and an event for women day rodeo on the Labor Day week-| riders.^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ , ^^ Announcement of the rodeo was! will ba the rare "buffalo riding"j LONDON. Anp. II. fAPV-Britishi Co "' 1l 'y j in 1642. : , The family also founded Pear-' ! sails Long Island, Ts T . Y. Pearsall, j '" R the county scat of Frio, in South Texas. j made Saturday by Larry E . j contest, seldom seen in rodeo ? Fow] Minister Maurirp Webb gove | Franks, Jr., county agj-iculturalj arenas. . _ I t h e nation more meat today b u t j agent for McMullen County, and! "Two buff aid have been obtained jtook back some of its eheere raft member of the arrangements!from the Fred Horton Ranch n e a r j ( j 0 n _ i committee. |Tilden for the contest, and it prom-i The Ministry of Food announced | Lions Club members have turned]ises to ho really different and ex- sn increase of two pence (about i out en masse with their welding j citing," the county agent said. t w o cents') a week in the meat ra- torches and machinery to. build! Another top attraction of the ro-|tj 0 n, making the weekly mouthful| the all-steel arena Franks said, jdeo will be the awarding o! a I up to one shilling and sscve.npene.ej All labor is being donated, he'add-j Palomino colt as an attendance! (about 22 cents), as from Aug. 10. i But the cheese ration *as tern-1 polarily reduced from two ounces and the Lions Club will own]prize, Franks said. the arena. rerformaneea Booster caravans for the rodeo iare slated to visit the Valley, Hob-j to'one and a half ounces a week, j Performances of the Labor Da\ f i nronville and Laredo areas, as Increase in thc meat ration will! weekend rodeo are. Slaled for 8 well as George West, Reeville, San consist, entirely of carcass meat, p.m. Sept. 1 and 2; and 2 p.m.'Antonio and other points. J o h n - ' a n d not. tinned beef. Out in Hie! the, afternoon of Sept. 3. j Wheeler and Ray Nelson are in i cheese rn'.ion was due to reduced i Barbecued beef and all the. trim-.charge, of the booster trips. |imports from ova-sens. ' ·BCgBllp^gg3^*t"^' i ····-» l r»TM«n»»»»wCT«» UMTS AND OTHER INSECTS Eliminated in 1 Treatment. Guaranteed Riddance for a Minimum of 6 Months. 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