Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1952 · Page 14
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July 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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a I I 1 mmiimm MKANSAS TIMH, fey«t*vjtt.. fSt. Thumby, Jul X 31, "57 *·* WeN Of Water On Texas Farm Is ItaerMaker; Out-Produces Oil Wells ,, Old Clor.v. Texas-M'i-There; .former near hero who mal.es tnore money selling water lhan Jit makes iron-. Ihe 11 nil molls i x v | ·n his farm. Moreover. Cm-: /,,, iHi'nt's wnter mines from JUM one! i- ·pring-fed lank. The waier is ·forely needed by Ihe oil rnm- ;f»nies, ncl only for iheir drilling Alterations "n his own farm b'it Hunt profits" alone have paid for farm. Hunt's catlle also drink from tlu .spring-fed lank. A t one lime water V.HS (lumped from the lank Hun, n.-ix- been sellinc ivaler lo to Ihe rlly laku which .supplies companies since June. 11)511 ' An.crmonl. Ihe county seal, when t'h is just about a monlh he- Aipertnont's supply fell cntic.'illv t producing oil well I'" 1 ', finally, Hunt h;.s slocked thi t.mk wi|h rhiinnel ca|. bass and nappies. When he has tune. he goes fishing. C-O-O-L COMFORTABLE MALCO THEATRE ···[^·^^^--^^^^--^^^^^^^^^^^^ . i i Mr. am . who hav ·: '"1 "%u i.iiin n'n *IK) in other parl» of Stonewall in this Wesl ,,,.,,., field. Oil fnn|-.anics furnish Ihcir own pumps and twn-inrh lines I'T laking water fiotn Ihe lank If- Iheir drilling IIRS. Monci- paid r profit. TEIEVISIOM 15 VERY COMPLICATED Yourt From a Television Servic* Stafion SMITH RADIO SHOP MKECMOT Coming Soon We Will Be CLOSED At St. Louis Is Ended Differences Over Wages Submitted · To Arbitration SI. l/iuis-f/Ti-The threo-day SI. Louis hotel strike came In an end Thursday when union and hotel negotiators agreed to submit differences over wages to arbitration. Congressman Phil .[. Walrh (D-Mo), who is currently cam-! The . pnlgnlng for the Democratic EU-I Rrowins from Florida to Nova bornator.al nomination In Mis- -Volia, leeeivcd ils rome from the sour,, was selected to act as merii- Greek 'heoar." meaning liTM r It atnr in the rase. was once thought Ihe plant could A joint announcement of ( h i - ( c u r e liver dise.-ses and it is also agreement was made by Harold I called "liverleaf" and "liverwort " Koplcr, president of Ihe SI. Louis! Hotel Association, and Howard Mrs. L S. flooding, spent the past three ' .^'"H i" Cal ' frir TM. have re. turned home. I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Myers of fayellevilie were Sunday dinner (Wests of Mr. and Mi 3. .1. W. Brill Visiiors in the home of Mr. and u J r '"' k Lana "^ Sunday Sum '-' M '' S ' °' K Kile " f and Mrs ' Donald 'Arnold,' bofh'of j 1 lalrie Ci-ove. I Mr. and Mr.'. Ralph Mason nfi . Dcnmson. Texas, are visiting Mr I TMj^ on * Klslc r, Mrs. Pauline M. Mrs. Lero.y Cansler and chil- orai. who have been visitinc rela ives m Texas for the past week, have returned home Mrs Lunch Simmons and daughter. Bliss, are visiting relatives at Lubbock, Texas Bob and .loan Paul): Pat Wil. son. Von L. Stevenson, and Ruby Courtney attended church ' Strickler Sunday. New officers of the Friendship Sunday School are: C. A Harvev supcrmlendenl; Mrs. C. n Paulk vice president: Von L. Stevenson secretary; Ruby Courtney, treasurer. The group moots Sui night. COOL U A R K LAND OF DANGER, MYSTERY AND ROMANCE! ENDS TONITE Dean MARTIN and Jei'vLfWIS 111 Jonws Stewart at Hit FinetH h e p a t j e a a vildflo-vpr August 1-8 Please bear with MS while we · REMODEL OUR KITCHEN and · INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING Thank You Heinle's Steak House Highway 71 South of Springdale McVey, president nf the St. Louis Executive Board of A PL Hotel and Restaurant Employes and Barteners 1 International Union. The Iwo croups had been deari- ockcd in arbitration for nine hours. Negotiations were deadlocked over a nine per cent wace increase r asked hy the union and a seven i per cent increase offered hy the I hotel association. Present monthly wages rancc from $135 to .$283. A six-year contract was .signed bv the union and the hotel association in 1949. It carried a no strike clause, but allowed yearly negotiation. Some 2,000 hotel employes walked off the job late Monday Guests at the picketed hotels had served ns their own bell hops, waitresses, bartenders and cooks ; since the walkout. The cisht lin- Icls affected were the Jefferson Statlcr. Sheridan. Desolo. Melbourne. Mark Twain, Lennox and Mayfair. \Devil'$ Den Road Miss Bonnie Doss, who is attending business college at Springfield, Mn., spent Ihe weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royal! Hoss. ' j Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Barnhart o f : Ozark spent Sunday with Mr. and I Mrs. Aaron Sanders. I Mrs Charles Ponnington has 1 been returned to her home follow-! Ing an operation at a Prairie Grove ! hospital. Mrs. Oeorge Slolz and Miss Pat Wilson nf Son Luis Ahcspo Calif , are visitnig Mrs. Slolz 1 mother! I Mrs. T. E. Sandrilh. I Mrs. Effie Cessna of Harbor City, Calif., has returned home [ after spending a month with her; sister, Mrs Bell Laudrith. Mrs. Maltie McAtloo has re-1 turned to her home here after! spending three weeks with h-rl sister in the state of Washington ' Mrs. Nerva Paulk of West Fork ' Mrs. George Stolz, Miss Pal Wil ' son. and Mr. and Mrs. T. E ' Laudrith spent Saturday wilh Mr. I A P O L L O S P R I N G D A I E Two Showi Daily Z:30 - 7:30 Lost Showing Tonite 8:00-10:00 OF CARTOONS COMEDIES 3 Comedies 10 (artoons All in On« Big Show-A Full Evtning of laff.l STARTS FRIDAY - 2 Big Doys Braltor kMM, , rMo »»" D.lr, - _ r l HO MONET DOWN , DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml St. CbarlM MZOM,1I70! 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