Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1952 · Page 28
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July 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 28

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,1 MKANSAS TIMM, fayMMvM*. Mmmm. Thin**?, July 11, 1*52 WaR Of Water On Texis Farm Is MfMaker; Out-Produces ON Wells : Old Glory, Texas-(/P)-Thcre's i ' farmer near here who mHl:cs more money Kclling water t h a n t mikes from the ] I oil mclls n ht« farm. Moreover, Carl! rrirt's Wiler romes from Jusl one i prinf.fed tank. The water is] ktly n«ded by the oil com- '· tnlrs, not only for iheir rtrillinp: i p«r«Uons on his own farm but ' |Uo in other pans of stoncwnll i County. H u n t tins been selling water to 01! companies since June, 1950, v/lilch i. ( . j u M ahfiut a month before t h e first producing oil well was discovered in this West Texas Held. Oil comr.anlrs furnish their own pumos and two-inch lines for I n k i n g water from the tank It. thru- d r i l l i n g rics. Money paid fni t!ie wator is clear profit. TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED lny Yourt From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP Hunt isn't «ayin« just how r.'uch money he'i made sclllnjt wilier--except that his "water profits" «lonc have paid for his farm. Hunt's cattle also ij.ink frum Ihf: spring-fed lank. At mie time wntrr was pumped from the lank li the cily laku which .supplies Aspermont, the county scat, u-hen Aipermont's supply fell critically low. Finally. M u n i has stocked tht tank w i t h channel cat, hass ar.d nappies. When he has lime, he noes fishing. USTMM MCE CANT Coming Soon We Will Be CLOSED August 1-8 Please bear with us while me ·REMODEL OVR KITCHEN mid ·INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING Thank YOH Heinle's Steak House Highway 71 South of SpringdaU At SI. Louis Is Ended Differences Over Wages Submitted To Arbitration St. Louis-f/rVThe three-flay St. Louis hotel strike came to an end Thursday when union and hotel negotiators agreed to submit d i f - | Terences over wages 1o a r b i t r a | lion. Congressman Phil J. Walch (D-Mo), who is currently cam- i paigning for the Democratic 1 gu- 1 bernatorial nomination in Missouri, was selected to act as mediator in the case. A j o i n t announcement, of the agreement was made by Harold Kopler, president of the St. Louis Hotel Association, and Howard McVey. president of the St. Louis Executive Board of AFL Hotel and R e s t a u r a n t Employes nnd Bartcners' I n t e r n a t i o n a l Union. The two groups had been deadlocked in arbitration /or nine hours. Negotiations were deadlocked over a n i n e per cent wage increase I asked by the union and a seven ; per cent increase offered by the i hotel association. Present month- j I ly wages range from $135 to $283. ', · A six-year contract was signed by I the union and the hotel association ! in 1949. It carried a no strike | clause, but allowed yearly negoti- ! ation. ! Some 2.000 hotel employes i j walked off the job l a t e Monday. | Guests at t h e picketed hotels had served RS their own bell hops, j waitresses, bartenders and cooks i since the walkout. The eight hoi tels affected were the Jefferson, ' Statlcr, Sheridan, Desoto, Mel! bourne. Mark Twain. Lennox and [Mayinir. Devil's Den Road Miss Bonnie Ross, who Is attending business college at Spring, field. Mo., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royal I Ross. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Barnhart of Ozark spent Sunday with Mr. and ' Mrs. Aaron Sanders. i Mrs Charles Pennington has · b«n returned to her home follow- i in(t an operation at a Prairie Grove hospital. ; Mrs. George Stolz and Mjss Pat [ Wilson of Son Luis Obespo. C a l i f , ! are visitnig Mrs. Stolz' mother.' Mrs. T. E. Sandrith. I Mrs. Effie Cessna of H a r b o r ' City. Calif., has returned home , after spending a month with her! sister. Mrs Bell Laudrith. i Mrs. Matlie McAdoo has re-i turned to her home here a f t e r ! spending three weeks with her sister in the state of Washington. Mrs. Nerva Paulk of West Fork, [ Mrs. George Stolz, Miss Pat Wil son, and Mr. and Mrs. T. E ' Laudrith spent Saturday with Mr. I ind Mrs. C. n. Paulk. John Galbrcath, who is a patient I at » Kansas City, Mo., veterans hospital, ccxpecls to return home ·win. His son, Daniel Galbreath has gone- to Kansas City, where he will seek work. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. flooding, who have spenl the past Ihreo wccks in California, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Myers of rayetteville were Sunday dinner I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brill. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Landrllh Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kile of Summers, and Mrs. A. A. Noeller and Mrs. Donald Arnold, both of Prairie Grovo. Mr. and Mrs. Malph Mason of| Dcnnison, Texar. arc visiting M r . j Mason's sister, Mrs. Pauline Mc- Cloland. Mrs. Lero.v Cansler and children, who have been visiting relatives in Texas for the past week, have icturned home. Mrs. I.iinch Simmons and daughter. Bliss, are visiting relatives at Lubbock, Texas. Bob and Joan Paulk, Pat Wilson. Von L. Stevenson, and Ruby Courtney attended church at Slricklcr Sunday. New officers of t h e Friendship Sunday School are: C. A. Harvey superintendent; Mrs. C. R. Paulk, vice president: Von L. Stevenson secretary; Ruby Courtney, treasurer. The group meets Sunday night. RELAX IN A C-O-O-L COMFORTABLE MALCO THEATRE COOL LAND OF DANGER, U A R K MYSTERY AND ROMANCE! ENDS TOHITC N diifJ Jfv LI MS ' JjnipiflP Jacks FRIDAY -- Jamas Stewart at Hit Finest! · COLOR CARTOON · LATE MEWS EVENTS * COOL PALACE! ENDS TONITE ·BRONCO BUSTER" with John Lund · Tedimcoloi FRI. SAT. -- BIG DOUBLE FEATURE! The h e p ;i t i c a, a v.-ildflo'ver 5 growing from Florida lo Nova [Svotia, received ils n.inie from Ihe Creek 'hooar." m e a n i n g liver. II was nncc thought the p l a n t could cure liver discuses, and it is also called "liverlcaf" and "liverwort." ·r*il*r IMIM tft rMt "·" D«irv NO MONKT DOWN tmn DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml St CharlH "SAILORS ON LEAVE" WILLIAM LUNDIGAN OFF BASE AND OFF THEIR ROCK! OPEN 12:45 COLOR CARTOON AND SERIAL-11th Chapter THE rRt/f STORY Of CONVICT, David Marshall Williams .0 Gun Put Him in Prison... a Gun Got Him Out --and Won Him National Acclaim! 1:20 · 3:20 - i:25 . 7:25 . |,23 CARBINE WIUIAMS JEXN HAGEN · WENDEU COREY *^*»y. «rt 7:30 AM, ev« rtnlion KGRH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Money-Saving TIRE TUBE Sale B R U N S W I C K · H E A V Y DUTY · 2 T I R E S 2 T U B E S LC: VI Li Both for Only OTHH 1IZIS if Siinibr SAVINGS t · BRUNSWICK TIRES trt SAFETY TESTED · RAYON CORDS for GREATER STRENGTH · COLD RUBBER for EXTRA MILEAGE · NONSKID TREAD ... for EXTRA SAFETY (UARAHTtED 12 MONTHS LOW [ay PAYMCHTS Big 10 Inch Otcillating ESKIMO FAN A quility brtue mikcr SPECIAL LOW PRICE ! Finished in black and chrome. On ind off switch. Keeps the «ir diciilumg for cool comfort. PI|J ' Rwkr $17.95 "Snep 5-Blade LAWN MOWER Precision Built by Savage Arm! Co. -- A smooth cutting machine with crisp, clean clipping action. BaJJ- bearing equiped. Self.sharpcning steel blades. Adjustable cuumg height. Special, only S 4 444 $27.50 Deluxe "Savage" MOWER A top-quality mover with bill-bearing, rubber tired wheels and in all-steel handle ( « M w - 7 ) for only jjsfimt, vn, 14 '21 49 · "KWIK MIST" INSECT BOMB A P O L L O S P R I N G D A L E Two Shows Daily 2:30-7:30 Last Showing Tonite 8:00-10:00 U s e t h e P l u g t h a t Champions Use! Ger f Q j top performance from i TF^ yo':r engine * C O L D - P A C K C A N N E R Special $169 AUXILIARY FLOOR MAT f MOTOR OIL TAIL PIPE EXTENSION Reg. 59« Most cconomfcjl wiy for home canning Euy to clean. Bluetrone Enamel. , 6 . IIO Just aim and push button to kili insect] instantly. 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