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April 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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M«ml«r, April '. "« [1C THAT WAS FUto,Df.Af L6TB DO IT EVEPY NIGHT, DOtT. PULL NO SVWtCME'. WUILE TONSILS 15 SINGING BUD,OR ILL DRILL NOW.SING "I'VE GOT MXrSE UNDER MV SKIN," ir. DO YOU REALIZE A SERIOUS CHARGE CAN BE PLACED AGAINST V3U FOR THIS? SHUT UP? HOWMANV 1 LISTENERS HAVE VOU COT. BUD? WE WONT HAVE ANY AFTER L THISf ENTRANCE Washington - (1ft - Don't throw away your DDT or other insect spraysjf you expect to be bothered by mosquitoes "or flies at home o on that outdoor vacation trip thi; summer. These insecticides, still can be helpful even though such pest appear to be developing resist- ance'to them. The Agriculture Dcpartme"n cautions the public against compete dependence on insecticides o control mosquitoes and flies. II ays tests conducted last year in icavy mosquito-breeding areas of r lorida and California showed the nsects to-be definitely resistant to 3DT but not noticeably resistant newer insecticides such as Hies Developing Resistance Te Insecticides I chlordane and BHC. I However, the department fey it Is possible the insects will de vclop resistance to the newc chemicals. DDT and other insert! cides appear to be more effective against adult mosquitoes than against larvae. When large-scale outdoor control campaigns are directed against the insect pests resistant mosquitoes m a k e ' u p a high percentage of those surviving. , As a consequence the best method for the lonjj pull, the department said, is to eliminate breeding places. This does ijot mean, however, t h a t once the pests reach adulthood insecticides w i l l be useless. For this purpose, scientists will have to keep trying: to develop new chemical combinations is insoc-ls develop immunity to older ones. 'rice Index Down Washington-(/Pj-Drops in prices of oranges, tomatoes, copra and logs pushed the government's vholesale price index down another three-tenths of one per cenl during the week ended April 1. Used by thousands In reducing lets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tf R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARLISLE Chew Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. Chewing helps cleanse the teeth. Helps k« P them naturally bright. ~ Enjoy this ta.tyium daily. *« OUR WAY 3 WORMING. fOt 1$ AWAKENED it THE COOL, dWSOFTTOUCH Or* HANDOMMISFOMWtt 3PR«V-Jf THE M/MSIC PUB PRESERVATIVE.' NO MOTHS. rMEANTHAf IT'S A£ HEAVY. I'D ?JI ' *fc_ ~ RQCK6 LAYIN' AROUND. MVGOSH, FOOZY, IF THATS GOLD. WE'VE 6TKUCK IT RICH. 1 H?fl GREAT BIG CHUNKOF SOLID aOLDl Although the folks who live on Happy Hollov/ Road are now r,ct" ting mail delivered up that way, only two families have taken advantage of it; and one of them didn't change until Saturday, irovcr Couch had it pretty easy ast week, driving up that road and bacli with only Orlander rreen's mail lo deliver. Miss Irma Kreibe! really g o t service on those bulbs the ordered from Boston. Her order was a ittlc s!ow getting here, so she vrote th'e company. But her order arrived in a day or two, and short- y thereafter two more identical rders arrived. I fora t to ask her f they were the kinds of bulbs hat you plant but I am sure they must have' been. Anyway, she has eiurned the surplus to Boston. I am glad to report that the ign which gave the population of Fayetteville as 13,052 has been corrected. - As 1 d r o v e away from the E a t o n-Ledford mail boxes las Tuesday, my long period of flat- free driving came to a sudden end I had a flat--my first on the roac since last July. I had hoped to set some sort of a record, bu'. just the same I am thankful for that long stretch of driving without tire trouble. And besides II that driving on the route, I had about 5,000 niles on my vacation last summer. I was talking to Waller Smith (one of the Elkins RFD carriers) and he said that when he has a flat like that, he nearly always has I'.vo more very soon. I'm hoping that I don't. The W. W. Richesons £.re taking a vacation trip to Niagara Falls. I think they plan to stay there for some time. Besides carving the mail, we rural carriers often come in handy when the long-distance telephone operators are trying to get in touch v.-ith someone who lives on our route but doesn't iif.ve a telephone. This usually happens to I me about midnight, or when I am ust getting "soaped up" in the Mthtub. The little girl at the Ho- bokcn exchmff to tryini to get; in touch with John Dot who llvei out of RFD 7 somewhere. I try to be helpful, »o I ask: "Have you tried Elkins?" "Elkira?" she asks, "Who is Elkins? Does he have a phone?" Then I realize that Jhe people up there probably don't know about our Elkins switchboard. Anyhov,-, we finally figure out who might have a telephone (hat is not too far 'from John, and I can go back to bed-ior fin- sh my bath. I get in on a lot of ree talking like this. Last week I mentioned Ed Edwards and the work that was be- ng done out there at King's ceme- ery. Now Ed tells me that (Hey re trying to extend lh« Cemetery over to the county road. Anyway, they will have to get a .dragline in there to change the djtch. And they will probably havt to have , a bulldozer, too. All 'Ms is going to take about S30P, and as they only have about $200, Ed suggests that all of you folks who are interested in the cemetery get in touch with Mrs. Vernbn Phillips of RFD 1, Elkins. She is seeretary- Ireasurer. Ed is going to donate · his time to run the heavy machinery and you folks who have been over the road he built know that he can do the job well. R.5.G.CBOOK. ligit n or Not! ' · FROM WHICH A OOUD OF OPIUM SMOKE AROSE W*NTt»iJPTEM.Y fW3CHmi«S SnVKIERMElVM of Granfeid.in. AGED MO AN INSURANCE EXECUTIVE IS ON 1M JOB EVERY BUSINESS MY.' 50EESE RACED FR °" NORWICH - A DISTANCE OF 100 WILES PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "Th»* I hov. b*fl ,«! yo dMn't hit i»i" i.... loo bod On The Radio New York-Wj-Listening tonight: NBC--7' Macrae program; 8 'oorhecs concert; 8:30 Band of America; 9 Illinois primary "preview. CBS--7 Suspense; 8 Radio Theater; 9 Bob Haw*. ABC--7 Henry Taylor; r :30 Big Hand; B Whiteman Teen Club; 9:30 Time for Defense. MB8--7 Woman of the Year; So Crime Does Not Tay; 8:05 Crime Fighters; 8:30 Korean report. » KGRH 7 M3NDA1 N1OBT 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review Last week Mrs, Jenny Brown was mailing a package to her daughter in Wichita. It seems that Mrs. Brown made a shirt for her daughter, .who is employed in a restaurant there, and now all of the other girls who see this 'fancy piece of sewing simply must have one Just like it. So they are keeping Mrs. Brown busy. Short items: Austin Heed h a « another bunch of chickens started -the Watson Store building is still unoccupied. Clyde Ledbetter nas moved into the Edons'prop- erty--Fred Parker has burned up all of his wagon-wheel wood', the roads dried out very quickly after he hard Vain, the station wagon '.'as pressed back into servioe Friday and Saturday! lots of box holders but little parcel post last week. I haven't seen hair nor hide f John Turner in several weeks, nd next Sunday is Easter. Walnut Grove The Walnut Grove. Women's Missionary Society and ; the Cherry Belle Home Demonstration Club · held a joint meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde Newell. Mrs. Max Tate gave the devotional, and Mrs. Jack Hamblen the poem of the month. Miss Jannie Tcmpleton announced 'a County Council meeting, after which Mrs. A. A. Hamblen reported on the membership dri-s. Mrs Mollie, Tucker won the mystery package. Mrs. Gene McKee'sMe on cancer and announced a miscellaneous shower to be given Friday night for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamblen, whose home burned recently. She also said that a .cemetery work day will be held one day next week. Mrs. Mac ttam- blen presented an Easter program. Lower California li approximately 810 miles long. The king of Libya rules from two capitals, Bengasi »nd Tripoli. 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Crime Fighters 8:30 War Front--Home Front 9:00 News 9:05 Crime Does Not Pay 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Party U:00 Platter Party 1:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N--' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise X' Shine 7:0u Koffee Kup K.ipert 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kuy Kapers 8:00 Bob Hurleigh 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a Number 0:00 Food for Thought Linda's First Love 0:30 Queen for a Day 1:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 1:15 Bauckage Commentary 1:25 Carl Smith 1:30 Church of Clirlst 1:45 Musical Roundup :55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 Hymns of All Churches 2:lfT News at Noon 2:30 Chtirkwagon Jamboree 2:45 Riders of the Purple Sage :00 BASEBALL Gam" ol thr Day . ;30 Tune Plck'n Tlm« :00 Tune Pick'n Tlm« :30 Tune Plck'n Tim* :00 Sfl. Preston :!M Sky King :55 Cecil Drawl Wonderfully Slim By Sue Burnett For daytime wear all lummer nothing tops the casual that's to kind to every figure. This one is softened with rows of narrow lace or ruffling; scallops edge collar, sleeves and front closing Pattern No. 8782 is a jew-rite erforated pattern in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 48. Sire 34, 4Vi ards of 39-inch. , *TMr this P««era, tend 30c In COINS, your name, address, ilzt esired. tnd the PATTERN MUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwnt Arkansas, Tlmei, 1150 Av«. America*. New V«rk I». N. Y. Basic FASHION for '52 li filled with ideas to make your clothet udget go further -- time-saving nd eonnomical designs that are asy to sew. Gift patten printed nslde. 2S EVERYTHING ·* summ FAYETTEVILLE ETAL CO. 9OVBRNMMT AVI, T

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