Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 16, 1952 · Page 14
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July 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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1 4 - MOfTMWUI MKANtAS TIMIt, tarcHtvilfe, Afk«m«. , July U, 1«St Rollback In Textile Wafes Is Ordered By Arbiter; Union Keeps Escalator Clause Nrw Bedford, Mass. - I/I'I - An eight and one-half cents rollback j I in t e x t i l e wages, m the l e v e l , of i ' MarHi 19, ISr.l, was ordered 10-I day by Prof. Waller Gellhorn. ar- j biter for thi- New Bedford-Fall fliver Cotton Manufacturers As.';o- I i-hitlon and the Textile Workers ' "f America. CIO. Gellhorn's decision was announced by union and management representatives. The decision allows the union to retain a cost of living escalator clause won in negotiations with management in March, 1951. T h a t ! clause already had netted the workers four cent* an hour Increase. The management had sought * 15 cents an hour pay cut after reopening negotiation; with the u n ion last December. The decision covers roughly irj.OOO employes in the two-city area, where the wage scale generally has jet the pattern for 55,000 textile workers in the Northeastern states. The current average wage scale here is $1.40^ an hour. The Courts Municipal Court Raymond F'aubus of Fayctte- was fined $20(1, sentenced to days in j a i l , and had his driver's license suspended for the rest nf the year upon conviction of Drake nf Ok- chargc of d r u n k driving, in Mu- j n i u | RCO. Okla., is the guest of her nicipal Court yesterday. Court grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bal- records revealed t h a t it was s ' larr) Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Rassctt Longstreet and son of Joplin were It is estimated t h a t rats rat j weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. about 200 million bushels of grain ! Ernst Von Erdmannsdorff and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Longslrcct. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren West were Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Meek and children of Springhill, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Arlcy M a m b y and son, Mrs. Chloe Royd and children, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bird Ritchie at Crosses. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Hamhy and son Ronnie left Monday for" their home in West Covina, Calif. Thcv were accompanied by Mrs. Hamby's sister. Miss Crystal Boyd who p'sns to attend the West Covina B y J . R. Williami !Schor " "«'"""· THI40LPVTOKLP U P ' H Otuef IF IT mti M/MCHAP IN MINP-,, u (. DAGWOOO-J »n YOU HE fup PHOWC HO\V TWO Of vc»J COMii/3 Qv£I? TOP D.ii 10W.HT f , -- TELL ME.TON3LS, MAVE Y3U MAD AWV EXPERIENCE WITH GUN SURE,! CAN SHOOT AMVCUN- ANVOJN AT AU-.' year in the U n i t e d Slates. Ease that Chew Wngiey'i Spearmint Gum, Plcasint chewing reduces itriin. Helpi you feel reltxed. Enjoy OUT OUR WAY WHAT DOES THAT MEAN HENRY 7 WOW.' WHAT A SUMMER VACATION I PICKEP.' I'VE EVEM QUIT THIWkT- INI 1 ABOUT PAVBAY.' NEVER BEFORE HAVE 1 FELT SO MUCH TH' VALUE C* EPUCATIOM.' I'M tONNA KISSTM 1 SCHOOL JAWITOR ,s WK6M HE OPENS I TH' DOOR THIS ,/_ / ^-CFS«S (~3 "i ; -:'"~ £ ~/^'^ "H?* 7 "" "~ -*7-=T cr.c?w.UrlM BQRM THIRTY YEAE5 TOO SOON WH! THS LOCUSTS FUNE5 JHOULB K'.LL TriE LOCUSTS ARE NOT I WILL IT NOT ALSO KILL OIK DYING. / V «mr._ oist CHILDREN ? JOHN A. NOVAK of Crcsswi. Pa. BUILT A NEW HOUSE 5MGLEHANDEDLY - US I NO ONLY MATERIALS FROM THE HOME IN WHICH HEWftSBOfiN/ HE COMPLETED IT IH 10 YEARS IH HiS SPARE me 3ENTLEMEM, I APPL : As; TO WHILE PITCHING R» SUPERIOR STRUCK OUT 6 MEN M ONE MNN THE CATCHER DBOPKD 3 THIRD STRIKE PITCHES ...BUT HER BROTHER/ WANTEU) IKK .VOtl.THEN THRONE FOR HIMSELF) A BETTER IXftCb IN \v -/ //y^ Pope County Resident Returns Witii Missing Child, Claims Parenthood | Russellville. Ark. - ifl'i - Sheriff ; Jim Mabry says a Pope County j man, previously charged with 'concealing an 18-months-old boy | from his parents, claims he is the I child's father. The sheriff said ! John Geren. about 00, who pr?- j viously was identified as the boy's I paternal grandfather, returned lo ! Hussellville yesterday w i t h Ihc | boy after some two weeks in hid- jing. I Geren disappeared when a Pope j Circuit Court order directed him lo return the child to his son and [ d a u g h t e r - i n - l a w , Mr. and Mrs Elvis Geren. He subsequently was charged I w i t h hiding the boy from its pi-r- j e n t s . But Mabry quoted Gereh the" ! elder as saying he was the father of the child and that the mother is his son's wife. Mabry ,«ai'l t h a t since his dis-. ; appearance Gcrcn apparently has i In-en living w i t h friends on the | shoreline of Flagg Lake, a swampy · wooded area near here. I The sheriff said Gcrcn had" i taken care of the child for S'inic . six months and that about two j months aqo t h e Klvis Gcrcns wen; convicted of child abandonment. j The one year jail sentence and" . SI.000 f i n e levied against them ! were suspended when they agreed i to r e u n i t e and care for the baby. Buckner _ Mrs. Sabrina Hawkins cjf Twin Falls, Idaho, is the guest of hcr son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hawkins. I Mi.w Beverly KNOW HIM?-You do, but you probably don't recognize him in this get-up. It's tough hombre Gary Cooper, clowning between scenes of his new picture "High Noon." The "Yup" man, who . plays a two-fisted U. S. marshal, swiped his leading lady's hat for a sunshade. The Rev. E. .1. Counts was! rucst speaker at Ihc Baptist Church at Bi.\by, Okla.. Sunday.! Mr. Counts w i l l assist in revival ! services at the Baptist Church at I Moslcy Prairie. Okla.. t h i s week. Guests of Mrs. Eula Osborne Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. R a l p h Brooks and children, and Mr. , | and Mrs. Lester Atkisson and I daughter of }iogers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Combs and I daughter, and Clinton Combs who Kcw York - I/T1 - Tonight: have been vacationing in several NBC - 7 What's My JLino: 7:.10 Western states have returned i Great Gilderslecve; a Groucho- home. j M a r x ; 9:35 Portrait of a City. On The Radio Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ol.=cn and ' children of F a j c t t e v i l l e were guests of Mr. and Mrs. liarl' Mhonn Sunday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Chester House of Faycttevillc were Sunday sueyts ; of Mr. ami Mrs. Clifton F.asgctt; and f a m i l v . I CBS - 7 Hearthstone's Myslcrv; 7:30 Dr. Christian; 8 Johnny Dollar Drama: 8:30 Steve Allen Show/ ABC - 6:15 Elmer Davis comment; 7.30 Valentino's Song; 8 Mr. President: 8:30 Cross Fire Interview: 0:30 Dance Musir. MBS - 7 Music fnr H a l f - H o u r : 11-ll-tt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lairia- · ":3" Great Day Quiz: 8:05 Out of more and d a u g h t e r are v a c a t i o n - ' l n c Thunder, Science; 8:30 Family i ing this week in Charleston and Theater. ; Fort Smith. . · Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sell enter- ! "ol white, not wheat, not rrt, tained at a noon luncheon Sunday ; hut * flavor blend of ill thru-for Miss Jean Calriwell of K a n - ! Jti"*e'i Roman Meil Breao. sas City and Mrs. Otha Caldwell | of Fayelteville. ! The Buckner Home Demonstration Club will meet Friday: afternoon at ]::io o'clock. : Tom Paris and Olen H a l l al- ' tended services at the Drakes j Creek Baptist Church Sunday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Gene M i l h o a n of i | Fayetteville wrre guests of M r . ! and Mrs. Davirt Clark al a water- ; | melon party Friday night. j Mr. and Mrs. Fry Davis l e f t . Sunday for a visit with t h e i r WEUNKBDAT EVfcNUO daughter, Mrs. John Kelly a n d 1 6:00 Dinner Music family in Anderson, Mo. | 6:1S -Starlight Tun* 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sport* Revl*w KGRH , 7:00 Wayne King Show tS In TWO PlCCCTS ' ''IS Gabriel Heatler--M 3 HI J. « U ru.lll! : 7;30 R y t n m i c R cndczvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL New York Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals 10:15 Platler Party 10:30 Plallcr Party 11:00 Flatter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MOKNINO 5:30 Rise N'Shin* 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine «:30 Markets and Weithei 6:35 Risi. N' Shine 7:00 Koffee K u p Kspert 7:30 Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers B:l!U fiobcrt HurlciRh--M 3:15 Mornjng Devotion «:.10 TIMES Morning Edition rt:4S Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning M'elodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show ' 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Tiandom Rhythms 10:M Queen fnr a Day 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hand.i :I5 Rauckage Commentary 11:25 News lt:;t(l Ch'Tch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets THURSDAY AFFIBNOON 12:00 Jnrrianaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamhorw 12:45 Riders of th« Purple S»ge ·Mi. "1 like UMM old mnvki--'it'i M nk* to youof H»ia." ·M pcopte A R e a u t f i u l l y styled (wo piece! frock t h a t is certain lo d e l i g h t ] every teen-age miss. Prcttv detail in the perl stand-up collar, flared pcplum. button t r i m . And right for date-time as well as daytime. Pattern Nit. S7SR i.i a srw-ritc perforated p a t t e r n in sizes II 12 , 1.1. 14, Id, 18, 20. Size 12, 3» yards' · of 30-inch. ' I For this pattern, send SOc fat EACH, in COINS, your name a d . . dre.i.i. slr.es desired, and the ^AT-' TRRN NUMBEll tn Sue Durnelt Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. AmcrU'Hs. New York 3d N Y Basic FASHION for '52 is rilled with Ideas to mate your clothe* budget go further - time-saving, and economical datum that ant S;0n Tn Merry Mailma* ! *% to «tw. Gin patUm printed .' .10 Songs of the B-Dar-i I liiidt. U cnk j j.« Five Man Report 1:00 BASEMALL Chicago \Vhite Sox vs. Boston Red Sox K:30 Afternoon Varieties .1:00 Swing Session .1:45 Tune Pirk'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Timt 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tim*

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