Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 13, 1952 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 13, 1952
Page 18
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KOtTKWBT MKANtAJ TIMg, . ArlwmM, Thursday, March 1], 19S2 MM Official Visits College Of Agriculture . Raghunath Prased Padhi/secre- lary to the government of the slate of Orissa in India, in charge of the administrative department of agriculture, fisheries, animal husbandry, and forestry,'is visit ing the University College of Agri culture this week, studying American agricultural methods. Before . leaving for the .United States in January, F'adhi began organizing an Agricultural Extension Service for the slate of Orissa and he is studying techniques used in this country that might be adopted in that program. , Orissa is located in the southeastern part of India. Most of the agricultural land is in small farms of five acres or Jess, and Mr. Padhi 'eels some form of government compulsion may be necessary to make the many small landowners adopt sound agricultural prac- ices. He has been studying 4-H Club work, and reports that some uch program will be begun in ndia. Principal agricultural crop In OrisEa is rice. While in Fayette- ille, Padhi has been, conferring vith members of the Experiment tation staff on fertilization, 6is- 'ase control, and other problems onnected with rice production.. While in the United Stales, he vill visit Tennessee, Texas, and California, in addition to Aransas. Top Young Scientist WANT ME TO THROW IT DOWNSTAIRS? WILL MX! THIJOWME POWN A SPOOL OF BLACK THREAD? THIS IS A RUSHBOV5. A BULLET HOLE THROUGH THE NECK-LOOKS UKE THE JUGULAR. I WON'T MOVE HER- IF I CAN MAKE THIS NEXT IT WAS AN ACCIDENT-HE DIDN'T MEAN TO-- KARI H. MUENCH. 17, Evanston, II.. demonstrates his experiment* in effecta of chemically aterillzlng oosters after being named na- lon's outstanding young scientist u winner of the top (2,800 an- nuaJ Wcatinghouse grand science scholarship In Washington. He wants » career in medical research. . (International} In 11)51 Preacher Hoe beat every lub in the National .League at last twice. He knocked off St. ouis seven times without a defeat. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OH, 1 SPILT TH' BOX WHEW 1 FELL DM rr. AW PUTTIW TH' STUFF BACK IW I MUSTA GOT SMOW IM WITH IT-AM 1 EVEM BREATHIU' PUMPS UP THESE CARDBOARD CLOUD CRATES.' THE WORRf WART Believe/t orJVbt/ /HERB, BESSIE, NICE BESSIE, TUFT OF BRASS? PKETTV BMSIE STEAPY. SlUL, STEADY. WHY, YOU CUBHR-HEADEO UVE UTTERS m India _ ONCE WERE WRITTEN ON PW.M LEAVES WiO WORN ftS ft BBftCB_ET BV THE WRITER FOR ONE MONTH nave HIM Tvaen CHwee HISIHIHP Tororvto.Canada HWE6CI1ILDWI WHOSE FIRSTWID WDOLE NAMfS . fDffti AN Aceosrte ON Jfc flames OKAV IP \VB fWK' I- 1 SURE, K SO AHEAD... BUT NO , RGHTlNQ.'f L1LIW1 ALLEN itwwu HOPE LOIS LAWRENCE I RUIN BEftCH BEACH BEACH BEACH HE83 AN ICE BAG FOR IT, AND JUST REAABMBER... A BLACK BXE'S \VHAT y HEX LOOK WHAT y'GET ALBERTA BEACH NEAL BEACH SILVER LION IS A SHARP OF HONOR ATTiK nmeu NICHOLAS D.KftDINCER long Bcach.Calif, WAS IN A SLEEPING BMS WHEN IT WAS PIERCED BV 7 ENEMY BULLETS PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK BOUT ALL THAT AMOUNTS TO, AO I CAN SEE, x" 16 TH 1 HERD INSTINCT / 1 1., DEVELOPED TO A, HISH DEGREEl I'LL ADHIT THE EARLY \EH?WHKTSTHI6? HAN FROM WHICH THE/ WJWXNCED, YOU HUMAN RACB HA6 -Wf IF VA5K. ME, ADVANCED WAS r^lTS WNDfc BEEN QUITE A GUYT/i TH' OTHER WA^! OH, COME NOW LOOK AT OUR GREAT CITIES., OUR CULTURE, OUR CIVILIZATION,.. THAT 16 PROBABLY THE MOST UNFLATTERING .,..*.,,. , , DEFINITION OF UMhJ I SOCIETY I EVER HEARD! A F-FLAT TIREJT 1 WELL ITS THE IT WERE MAN FAULT. AH'LL " C A N AND CHANGE IT ITMAKE IT SNAPPY FO'^pO'- -MV TIMES VALUABUI.'.' MAKEUStOFIHSTlMl. SHE iOOtfS LIKE THE AVERAGE IDIOTIC FAN Or MINX. I'LL TAKE. A QUICK SUMTtf:) YOU LIKE 'FEARLESS TOSDICK"? DEVICE DETECTS EARLY CANCER RESEARCH ASSOCIATE Ur John J Wild (left), ol the University ol Minnesota, demonstrates In Minneapolis the method he has developed for detecting eant-ei in In early «tage« He uses · device known as an erhograph. designed and constructed by electrical engineer John Reid I (right) The portable machine employs reflected sound waves to detect j cancerous tissue In a test of 211 patients, it discovered every case in ! which malignancy was present (International Soundpholo) : 'l M-l-l m L w\ ·*?- \,t^ *X'Hlf.*'ti"'JWI'»v?'' ·· ' " · · " ~*.* ..-.,.. ... I'rxv v.^ar^Vo*-"*.--·".' .-...,--.·,..:..·*- "Your iftn's cm *n inquiring mind, Mrs. Glohnick ,. .JK rtiutti » Mkf iht r W«i' iigm oniht p*rk bench*, for granttdl " DOC-CONE REUNION-Slella Jozwiak, seven years old, is reunited with her. two-St. Bernards, King and Lady Patricia. The two doughty descendants of the famed rescue dogs who search for travelers' in the Alps, wandered away from their Philadelphia home In a snowstorm, and managed to los? themselves for two days in a snowdrift. Fo'ilid and fed by Kdward J. Sprague, they were turned over to the SPCA and returned to their home. Former Police Chief Candidate For Justice Bentonville - (Special) - W. D. Jackson, former chief ',of police in Bentonville, filed yesterday for justice of the peace, position No. one. He opposes Marshall Bennett, the incumbent. . Bennett was 'appointed to his office to replace; Cap't. Elv'in'G. Buell, commander of the Battery A of the 936th Field Artillery. Osage Township, Bentonvilln, is Wear It two Ways allowed six positions on tht Quorum Court. AH positions have been filed for. Races are now in prospect'ih-po- sitions one and six. 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