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WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON Elsewhere on the investigation front: A probe into Agriculture Department affairs was opened by the Senate Agriculture committee, with particular emphasis on short- ages in the department's price support program. New inquiries into the purchasing program at Wright-Patterson air force base at Dayton, Ohio, have resulted in a guilty plea by a former procure. ment employee to five counts of receiving gifts from an air force contractor and of conspiracy to commit fraud. An Indiana federal- state housing administrator was~ fired for obtaining through his own government agency insurance for an apartment house he owned. Ousted commander of the army's tank arsenal in Detroit, Brig. Gen. David J. Crawford, was demoted to rank of colonel and shipped to Turkey after investigation dis- closed he had accepted fees from! companies doing business with the l tank arsenal while he was in com- mand. -~WHH-- tIow much is a billion? This question is bothersome to many of us who rarely have occasion to deal with figures much above a hundred or so, in our own personal affairs. Let's look at a billion this way-- it would take a clock 31 years and 8 months to tick off one billion seconds. And carrying it one step fur- ther: During the life of the now- defunct Economic Cooperation Administration, whose duties now are charged to the Mutual Seeur-~ ity Agency, this country sent about $12 billion abroad. At the rate of one dollar per second, it would take 371 years and 6 months to spend that total $12 billion. ---WHH-- Things-I-Never-Knew-Until-Now Department: The Veterans Admin- istration doesn't know how many patients its hospitals can hold. The VA's excuse is that VA branch offices, after World War II, were given a free hand to operate with- out keeping Washington informed. Hospitals were altered to meet existing needs, and later the branch offices were abolished. Records they were supposed to have been keeping were lost in the shuffle, the VA says. --WHH--- Who says Uncle Sam is just Santa Claus slimmed down, inso- far as the 48 states are concerned? A tax table prepared by the Tax Foundation shows that taxes go- ing to the federal government from Wyoming total $287.53 per capita. Grants to Wyoming from the federal government amount to $80.82 per capita. Twenty-five of the 448 states pay less taxes, per capita, to the federal government than does our own Wyoming, the table discloses. The figures, for fiscal 1951, were compiled from Treasure Department reports. CARELESS SPRAYING FOR CATTLE GRUBS NOT EFFECTIVE Laramie--There are several tea- ,sons why some stockmen fail in their efforts to rid their stock of cattle grubs. Most failures can be traced to careless spraying, says T. R. Robb, entomologist with the Wyoming Agricultural Extension Service. For the most effective spraying,, the spray nozzle should be held no" farther than 18 or 24 inches from the back of the animal, and at a right angle. Holding the nozzle at almost right angles to the back will deliver the spray evenly and at full force Adjust your sprayer so that, with a single nozzle, the area sprayed will be no more than three or four inches in diameter, says Robb. You won't need to use much over 400 pounds pressure for the best effect. Spraying cattle from a dis- tance of four or five feet or more is.a waste of time and effort. The spray must be delivered at close range, thoroughly and carefully, so that the Rotenone penetrates in- to the grub holes. Adding more and more Rotenone won't help you. The original 7.5 pounds of ! 5-percent Rotenone per 100 gallons of water is all you need. Spraying cattle in large pens where they can move about easily is not effective, Robb warns. A narrow chute with a catwalk on each side that will permit the sprayer operator to work directly above and close to the animals is most successful. By a few simple precautions, l you can do your cattle and your- i self the good turn of a good ,spraying job. A careful job of spraying is the most effective. 011899 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT Bureau of Land Management, Land and Survey Office, Cheyenne, Wyoming. TIME to treat for 6rubs and Lice Within a few weeks, cattle grubs will be coming up for air--through the best part of the ]tide. Statistics show that .55% of cattle hides are graded "grubby." We Have An Excellent Stock of Rotenone Lindanxe "k Benzine Hexachloride . D-Thane . Sulfur . Sprays I II I I I I Phone .56 Sundance, Wyo. Mineral Application, Wyo. 011899. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress, approved May 10, 1872, Otis Reyn- olds, whose Post Office address is Sundance, Wyoming, as attorney in fact for Wyoming Clays Co., a corporation, has made application for patent for the Kruger No. 12 Placer Mining Claim in an unor- ganized mining district in Crook County, Wyoming, as follows: Kruger No. 12 covering Lot 12 of Section 10 in Township 55 North of Range 61 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, con- taining 40.89 acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely to the said Wyoming Clays Co., a corporation, to said placer mining claim so above de- scribed and applied for, or any part thereof, are hereby notified that unless their claims are duly filed according to the Laws and Regulations thereunder with the Manager of the Land and Survey Office at Cheyenne, Wyoming, within the time provided by law, they will be forever barred by vir- tue of the provisions of the above mentioned Statute. Dated this 12th day of February, A. D., 1952. PERRY T. WILLIAMS, Manager February 21-28--March 6-13-20-27 April 2-9-16. Aladdin Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pattinson are the proud owners of a 1952 Model 4-door Oldsmobile which they pur- chased recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bunney and family were Spearfish and Belle Fourche visitors Saturday and also callers at Wymans. A. J. Pattinson hauled grain to Belle Fourche several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Wyman and Mr. and Mrs. John Wyman ~nd children of Rapid City, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Middlemas and family, i Mr. and Mrs. John Bunney and Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bunney J and Donald and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pattinson and Victoria and Fern Wyman were at the Chas. Wyman home Sunday for a surprise birth- day dinner for Chas. Wyman, al- though his birthday is the 12th. Watches Chronographs Barometers All Work Guaranteed We Specialize in Diamond Resetting All Diamonds Remounted in our own shop by highly-skilled craftsmen Neugebauers After a hearty dinner, Chas. open*-1 ed his presents and the balance oil the afternoon was spent visiting. I Everyone has enjoyed our nice: warm weather and is glad to see all the ice vanishing. It has melted ice and snow and partly filled Devil's Tower Miss Norma Mason and Mrs. Wyman Ford were hostesses at a skating party last Tuesday evening and a weiner roast on the river. Guests were Earle Ike, Jr., Wy- man Ford, Paul and Jim Long, Lloyd Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Durand Grenier. Jimmie Long invited a number THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund, ance, Wyo. Febr. 21, 1955 of the young fry~to an evening of skating followed by games and re- freshments at the Long home. Thursday evening Feb. 7, Mrs. Hauber and Mrs. Mason were hos- tesses at the singspiration and so- cial hour sponsored by the Baptist organization. About twenty enjoy- ed the occasion Gilbert Brimmer spent several days in Sundance because of the illness of his father. Mr. and Mrs. McIntyre had Mr. and Mrs. Mason and Miss Norma as dinner guests one day this week. Mr. Wolfskill was over this way looking for some stray horses this week. Frank Ehlert went into the doc- tor Friday because of a fall he sustained at his home. Popular "Wild Rose" Pattern in Soft Gray-Blue on h, oryl No walting--no coupons--no money to send for these premiumsl They're inside every big square package of Mother's Oats. Take your" choice of this China, Aluminum Ware, "Fire. King" Cup and Saucer, or Carnival Ware. You get double value! Money can't buy finer quality, more qourishing oatmeal than Mother's Oats. It's the delicious hot, creamy oatmeal your family loves. Get it today! MOTHER'S OATS--a product of THE QUAKER OATS COMPAN'~ plus tax size 6.00x16 AND YOUR OLD TIRE by See the new... plus tax 6.70 x 15 Liberal Trade-In Allowance It's here . . . don't miss this chance to get the smooth riding comfort of a Goodyear Super-Cushion tire at this new low price. Come in to- day and talk trade, CROOK COUNTY REFINERY i|