Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 4, 1952
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CLIMB DOWN 7 FLOORS TO FLEE FIRE Across-The-Board Increase For Bus Drivers Allowed Trenton, N, J.-(^)-Slate Treasurer Walter T. Margelts today an- n o u n c c d a nine-cenl-an-hour credit of the Highway Department. At no time have they contended that it should be returned to them. "The lawsuit was f i l e d ' a t the request of the Audit Commission and it will be dismissed only after Micsc funds are delivered to the :;tatc." across-the-board wage increase, retroactive to February 1, for C,500 public service bus drivers and mechanic. 1 ;. Myrgctls, who is sole administrator of the stnte-Pcimi transportation company and sole arbitrator in the wage dispute, also issued these orders: The company' must reduce its \vork week for bus drivers from 44 hours to 40 hours by J u n e I D , 1952. At the same t'imc, the company must 1 Kranl an additional eight cents an hour increase across the board. Facilities of the ciant transport rirm were seized by (he stale last Wednesday under New Jersey's public u t i l i t y anti-strike law, only two clays before a scheduled strike would have halted hus and trolley service-to l.GOO.OOO riders. Operating personnel now receive a starting waR of $1.88 an hour and SI.70 an hour after (inc year. Shop workers average S1.50 an hour, mechanics $1.85. All arr represented by the Amalgamated Association of Street Railway and Motor Coach Employes. A. F. of L. About 1.400 persons were killed in the 1911 eruption of Ml. Taal. located on an island 3!) miles south of M a n i l a . si' Graoffftf Qwarftoe/tf Start You'll Marvel at This Value 1 Always! Pima Broadcl ,69 A special purchase of 12 pieces of Pima Hroadchth that is os pretty as anything we have scon in a long I Richshades, 36" wide, fast color and priced bOc under the usual price. IANDAGED FINGERS art displayed try Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kcrr, Ne« prletns, La., in Cincinnati, O., after they escapee] a hotel Gre by climb i , . tag seven stories down a television aerial cable. Two Air Force private? \ were lulled and nine other persona were injured. (International) If Your Stomach Is Like a GAS Factory! When you eat a meal and it a turns right into gas, it's a sign your food is not digesting quickly enough. It just lays there and ferments. So you are in misery 'with gas for hours afterward. Many Fayettevillc people used to feel that way before they got CER- TA-V1N. This 'new medicine di- gcsts'food faster and better. Taken ·before meals it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanish! Contains Vitamin E-l with Iron to give pep and make nerves stronger. Miserable people soon "feel different all over. So rlbn't RO on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN-- Clinchen's Fayettcville . D r u g Store. EH* DISPUTED FUNDS-CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE the state treasury, or refund it to the Monroe County citizens if they felt he should. He said that, following his testimony, he had asked Murry about his responsibility and was told to "forget about it." Murry Replies Murry Jssucd a statement yesterday in which he said: "Sinca August, 1950, the defendants have known that these funds were intended for the slate treasury. Assuming it was honest mistake when the checks were deposited in the McMath campaign fund, there has been nn apparent reluctance on their part to rectify this mistake. "The parties who have this money stated under oath it was intended that it h e deposited to the ·Belding-Corticelli's 45" Pucker Nylon From Belding-Corticelli comes this beautiful 45" Pucker Nylon that is beyond question one of the prettiest fabrics we have ever seen . . . and the colon are delightfully pretty and it is by Belding-Corticelii which means superior quality. · 019 yd. Campbell-Bell Piece Goods Dept. 50" Bur-Mil Tdffeta Full 50" wide, Burlinglon Mills' taffeta - their name for it is Paris Faille -- in a choice of about 20 colors. You will want it for lots of different uses. $119 1 yd. Special Purchase Sale ·V,.. If.., rVV..../VwQ 54" to 58" Woolens GROUP 1 On Sale Tomorrow ' Savings of More Than 40% GROUP 3 ** Small group of sample lengths, s h o r t lengths, slightly imperfect pieces and close-out pieces from Ely Walker. In materials worth up to three times this sale price. Not rriuch of it but certainly a value as long as the quantity lasts. · A i NrV · %/l---N/V- GROUP 2 40/' wool -- 60% rayon, 58" and 60" solid color gabardines in a weight suitable for dresses and Dne suitable for suits Usual $3.50 and $3.98 values, not every color but .those staple shades you want 90% of the time are in this group. '58"-60" all wool flannel, all wool gabardine, all wool coverts and all wool crepes. Not every shade in this group e i t h e r but staple one's that you buy most of the time in a fabric usually worth from $3.98 to $5.98 yard. Repeating A Success of Two Years Ago! 26" Brass Lamps fur (lit* -(ir'.'iltl litty. r f h ur :*iy.iln:. ideal fur nil 1 l i n t i j ' ' ( I r r n i ' t i t i i n l . hlr. SiMiWi/nl. . . I) hiIr 'I'mi^t-riii" t\t'U\ l l f f l U ' l l I t t l f t 1 ) t 'tl,,n I'hti t.iltn- lilltrf. fifiifi (*iry (.iit'ttl ;\tn y t c urrnl (irt'i'it fjflltf tit,)? Rnynl WHO J'tlt/tli' litxl " C.hai tt'fiffr (M\)\ L* % Polished Brass Base · Choice of Colors, Parchuieiitized Shades · Approved three-may switches · · 26 Inches High · Felt Padded Bases All At A Pin-Money Price! $380 3 Tremendous value, Indeed, is this beautiful 26", thre«-way socket Brass Lamp. Almost exactlly as illustrated, the base is shaped a little differently. Choice of Light Green, Dark Green and Maroon shades. Two years ago we sold more than 200 of these lamps at this same low price. MAIL ORDER BLANK Please parcel post to address below jQty.l Item | ^SHl____\ Price I Amount | ' fBrass Lamp | l~$'3.80r Add 40c postnRc for each lamp ordered. Name. Address tkvtu Arkansas' Ortotllt Departmoitt Start JUST RECEIVED . . . 15 PIECES 36" Pure Irish · Imported · Fast Color eCrease Resistant Think of being able to buy a genuine imported Irish linen wilh tebilizerl crease resistant finish in a wide range of shades at a price like this. We have about 200 yards only. You will like the quality and since Linen is so desirable, you will buy it with pleasure. Practically every wanlcd shade for spring wear is included. We duubt that we will be able to replace this malcrial to sell ot thii price. ' Sfttfnl Dfffflmtnl Star*

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