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July 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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cent wetttble chlordane powder to 100 (rations of water, this to cover one acre. For small amounts, j od as is used for cutworm?. A I good bait is mar 1 * wilh one pound pors, cont.ict the rniinty agents office. Rose warned: nn nol spray pastures wilh chlnrdane or i n x a - phcne unless r a t l i n ran be kept out for throe weeks. New WSB Formed, but Membership Not Known Washington - ifp, - A shiny new wase S t a b i l i z a t i o n Board free from the bitlarncss and rnntro- vers.v which surrounded its pre- Jiecessor came into legal existence Hopper Control Made Grasshoppers are becoming r, serious peit in Washington County, Carl E. Rose, county agent said today. A number of farmers have reported that grasshoppers have killed crops on their farm The hoppers are so thick in some parts of the county t h a t some measure must be t a k e n to control them if a crop is to be expected, the agent advised. He offered the following recommendations for control: 1. Spray--Four pounds nf so per FRESHEN YOUR TASTE! T s so little Chew Wrigley', Spe. rFnin( Cum Enjoy its lively, delicious flavor. Cooli mouth - freshens taite. Swtll to chew - anytime! OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams HAVE AWYTHIMG Belicre H or mi THIS «UIT K f»«l * M M USUAL, NO IANPINS STRIP. (SOWS TO K OUSM, TOfACK -EM, BOVS. WE'RE SOINQ FOB » SECONP LOAD, I'M A GOVERNMENT LOCUST OFFICIAL. TAKE ME TO THE HEADMAN OP YOUR VILLASE. I'LL WANT TO ORGANIZE GROUND CREWS AS SOON " --v/S POSSIBLE A FISH BONE SKA. 'Crf c-j AN OAK TMATCREW AROUND AN 1839 FLINTLOCK 10.000 TIMES IN 10 YEARS A TOTAL OF 60,000 MILES THCDISTUKE MOUHO toe EARTH! oooLAf TH'GIANT; HOLYCOW.WVWA TANGLE! WHEC-E'D THEY GO? MV GOSH,!... 1.000,000 SHIPPED^ My kMbud fat UM bill befort the blrtWty today. r As yet unmanned, the new board will look much like the old use two ounces 50 per cent w e t - j WSB which, with a membership table chlordane powder to three l o t 18 representing the public In, gallons of water. The important I trrcsf. iabni ;cid i n d u s t r v was thine to remember is to gel two ordered r'isbanrfed by C'dn-ress pounds of a c t u a l chlordane on · because of recommendations it each acre infested with grasshop- ' made last March in ils effort to i r c r 5 ' settle t h e c r i t i c a l steel dispute. 2. Tnxapheno. Toxaphene can The now WSB has no power to be used instead of, chlordane. but slightly more per acre should be applied. 3. Bait. Use the bran bait meth- dP2l v j i h n a t i o n w i d e labor riis- putcs; all if, members will need I Sena'e confirmation; and all rej- j ulations it may issue to control ! waces must he cleared first hy (he noon oau is man? w i t h one pound rrnnnm ''" s t a b i l i z a t i o n . a g e n c y of bran, one hcapins teaspoon n f i h c a c i c t i h . v H""" I- Pulnam. Paris green, and 4 ' 3 of a pint of i "* water. The bail should he broadcast evenly over t h e area just he- i fore dark or just before d a y l i g h t . | For f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n in re- i Mnnnn '''we?^ M « A I 3 , gard ,o the control of Erasshop-| Wh'itlier. Calif..'and Mr. and^Mrs. pers, contact the cnuntv anenK' rvin,,,. u a ~ m « - , i. '._,'Donny ton. Mir H=mmontree of Farming- Mhonn 'vent to Los Anseles, Calif.. Saturday by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Owen .lohnson spent. Sunday with Mrs. Jo'in Benson of Springdal-, v.'ho has been hospitalized for the past week. Cpl. Hp.rris Dean Osborne has arrived home a f t e r spending a year in Germany. He is spending hi.- furlough with his wife, Mrs. Pat Osborne, and mother, Mrs. 1 R u i n Oshorne. Guests in the Osborne home Sunday were Mr. and Mr.-. Ralph Bri-oks and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Atkissnn 1 ' --«=^^^M Adenauer ffins Court Battle On Alliance 'Seeks Ratification Of Alliance With Friendly Powers Karlsruhe, Germany-Wt-West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer won a court victory today in his fight for ratification of his country's alliance with the west but the way was left open for more legal battles that could delay German rearmament. The Constitutional Cnurt ruled it could not consider Socialist challenges of the peace contract with Ihe Allies and the European armv agreement until the pacts had been enacted into law by the West German Parliament. The two treaties, ending most occupation controls and obligating West Germany to raise 500,000 troops for the proposed European army, come up for final vote after the lower house of Parliament the Bundestag, reconvenes in Sep- temher. nnls, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Drake. I '.unday. Sergeant Drake recently returned from nverseis. Vernon Bel.ite and son, Troy, are in Anpleton, Texas, where I'ney are employed in construction work. j Charles and Dewey Jackson a r e j gl-csts of t h e i r grandmother, Mr.'. Rr.oria Jacl-ison, of Aurora, this week. · ·. j Midweek prr.yor services will j i he conducted at Ihe Baptist j : Church at 7:30 p.m. V.'ednesdav ' Mr. snri Mrs. Zjalous Ward and children attended a singing con- ' v r n l i o n .it Crosses Baptist Chrrch · Sunday. j ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack "nuch snenl · : Ihe vnckend w i l h Mr. ar.fi Mrs I j \V3llarr- Lee of Tiilvj, OKh. Miss ' j Flora f.ee accompanied t h e m i ' hrmc In spend n ivcclv. | Mr. and Mrs. Olcn Elzie u-err- s of Mr. and Mrs. Ro'ne Mr- E l h a n e y a n d Mrs. Emmaiir.e Elzie ' TM f "PP" 1 TM 1 ° nly """· "'««"'' elections chose a new Parliament and a f t e r a constitutional amendment authorizing rearmament. Socialist leader Kurt Schumacher had predicted his party would be swept into office if a national election were ordered this year Otherwise, the Adenauer government is not scheduled to face the electorate u n t i l 1953. On Ilir Hailio to- New York-W)-I,istening n i g h t : \'RC_7 What's My Line: 7:30 Great Gildersleeve: 8 Groucho Marx qua.; 8:30 Hollywood Music Box: !) Promenade concert. CBS -- 7 Hearthstone drama; 7:30 Dr. C h r i s t i a n ; 8 Johnny Dollar: R:30 Steve Allen show. ABC-7 Postmark USA quiz' Tulsa, | Mr MBS--7 Music For H a l f - H o u r ; 7:30 Great Day Quiz; 8:05 Science scries; 8:30 Family Theater. reunion tended a f a m i l y Charleston Sui dav. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hinkle of Dead Horse H i l l were guests of · M ; . and Mrs. John Hinkle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phelan, Mrs. Bud Gabbard and Mrs. Sara Jane Phelan. vhn have been va- i r.itionin; in I h e West, have re- luurned home. : Mr. and Mrs. B a l l a r d Drake and Mr and Mrs. Di'larri Drake ac: ·omnanied Mis.-. Rcvorly Drake to :ce. O]-.la.. Sunday. Miss j Drake, who has been v i s i t i n g here ' fnr Ihe ^sst hvo weeks, was re- I l u r n i n c tn her home at Okmul- . ,;oe. Okla. | I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hinkle and ! daughters of Dead Horre Hill ' u-ore suesis of Mr. and Mrs. Garlaud Lawson Sunday. I n l h Himalay.i M o u n t a i n s ] b'rds exist on dead grasses blown | amon; the r-cks and lirhen in,T on stone. Keep up wilh the times--retO the TIMES KGRH Bright Color For Trim C:00 Dinner Music «:15 -Starlight 7im» t:30 N,-»s «:4» Ozark Sporm Hevlew 7:00 Wayiv King^Show 7:IS Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:4S Lombardo on the Air 8:00~BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Boston Braves 1^30 Platter Party 11 :nn Platter Party 11:30 Sign OH TBVKSDAT MOENINO 5:30 Rise N'Shint 5:SO R.F.D. 1450 ! 6:00 Rise N" Shine S.-SO Markets and Weather 6:35 Risi. N' Shine 7:00 7:30 I 7:45 Koffee Kup Kipen Morning News Koffee Kup Kapers 8:011 Robert Hurleigh--M 3:15 Morning Devotion TIMES Morninf Edition Holsum Gospel Hymns 8:45 9:00 9:15 Morning M'elodies Paula Stone Show Take a Number I I0:nn food for Thought ! 11:15 Random Rhythms j jn:30 Queen for a Day 11.-on Rhythm RanciT Hand7~ 11:15 Pauckage Commentary , 11:25 News I 11:30 Chrrch of Chnst 11:45 Musical Roundup ! H:SS Markets liy Sue Burnett There's plenty of style; nr-.v In t h i s shinning iwo piece dress f o r ! juniors. The smoothly f i t t i n g | n n i features a slanted closing w i t h ' , ... b u t t o n trim. Skirt is arrow i slim. P l l t c r n No. fifi.VI is a sew.rile IM-I formed p.iltorn i n si?es I I p i 1.1. H. 1C. 1«. 20. Si7.r 12 '.|H," y a r d s nf ,1i)-inrh; 15 v a r d , T .' ln , For t h i s pattern, send JOc for EACH. In COINS, vour name, «d- drcs.:. sizes di-sired, «nd the PATT E R N NUMREIl in Sue Burnett. Northwest Arkansas Times, 1 Ho Avo. ,\morl,-as, New York .lit. N. V ho.idy for vou now -- R-tvic FASHION for''52. F.ill A,,d win trr. Th.s new issue is f i l l e d w i t h ideas (or » m » r i , p r a r t i p i sewlnj Ideas for · new season: gift pul- ton printed inilde UM book, 2Je., , , n I 12:no Jordanaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 1^2:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Braves i; (, 2:30 Afternoon Varietlei 3:00 Swing Session 3.45 Tune Pick'n Tima 4:00 Tune. Pick'n Tirnn 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tlmt ·V(IO The Merry Mailmdo 5:30 Songs nf the n-Har-8 5.50 Cecil Brown fVKYTHING M tumin CO.

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