Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
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NMTHW3IT MKANSAI 11MB, NyvMvtlU, Arkamm Thursday, September 4, WJ -Our 5th Anniversary Sale Continues Sunthin* Krispy Sunshint in Oil Flat Can Atsorted Flavors Crackers Marshmallows Northern Tissue Sardines Jello Milk Miracle Whip Ballard Biscuits Yelveeta Cheese2 Pure Lard Cake Mixes Flour Napkins Cabbage Potatoes Sausage Hams IU9 ( roll 5 pkg. 5 e.. KraH'i Quart 50-lb. Can Pilltbury Pkg. 47' 10 85 ( 5.95 Lb. Box _..,. Pllllbury 25-lb. Bog ... $1.89 10-lb. B o g . . ! Diamond, White 80 Count Red Bliss Fresh Green 50 Pure Pork - Small 10 to 14 Ibs. Half or Whole lb.4 $ 1.98 Ib. 49 Ib. 57 ( See The Cardinal Stores Ad for Other Money Saving Prices PURDY'S Supply Company Highway 71 South CARDINAL a, ODD MS More" To Be Asked By Union Chief John Lewis Mir * nd * mm Und8r Washington -* (A'} - J o h n L. Lewis was r?port/d today striving for a quick hard coal agreement so he can concentrate on negotiations with the binder and more far-flung soft coal Industry, Lewis has neve/ publicly served demands on either the anthracite hard coal or bituminous :,oft i coal mine owners. But he is re- , portediy aiming for u sizable boost I in the hard coal welfare funi ,u:d j more wages and siiarc - the-work provisions for soft con! miners. Talks between the anthracite operators and Lewis' United Mine Workers union took on u hopeful | note. Thomas E. Kennedy, the j UMW's vice president, reported "some progress" was being; made. The talks, held previously in New York and Wilkes-Harru, Pu.. moved here yesterday. The prog- j rcss statement was made after a ! one hour session during ! Lewis, Kennedy and Edward G. i Fox, president of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company and chief industry negotiator, huddled privately. Negotiations were scheduled .to resume today at the union's headquarters. Both hard and- soft coal operators now pay 30 cents a ton on all coal production toward union wel- j fare funds to finance pt-i^-iun for] ex-miners and other benefits.' Hard coal miners product, oihy about a third as much tonnage as soft coal miners, and the anthracite tonnage royalty has not been ! enough to pay the pensions. Hard ; coal miners have been making u p ! the deficit themselves, paying $1 '· assessments every two weeks. The bituminous welfare fund, by contrast, has a 100 million dollar sur- plus. Lewis is believed to be driving hard ior a bigger anthrartr royalty--perhaps as much u:; 50 cents a ton. In the soft i*oal industry, Lewis has talked informally -- with Harry Moses, representing Northern mine?, and- Joseph Moody, spokesman for Southern bituminous interests- -on n share - the - woi'k plan. With some soft coal miners wprk'rn n ' v two or three dnys n week and others four nr five days, Lewis wants some plan to level out the employment. A higher pay r;ite, or penalty, for a l l work done n f t r r ihrco days a week has been mentioned. The- miner's basic wage is $16.35 ior an ciKht-hour day, port of which includes travel lime and a lunch period. Buckner Set. Donald Hall, who has been stationed in Germany with the 142nd- Field Artillery Group, has been discharged at Camp Chaftee and is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Hall. Mrs. Mary Counts and Mrs. Audie Sharp of Wesley were guests o£ Mr. and Mrs, Harry Couch Friday. Mr.s. Maxinc Elzle, who has been visiting in NMIcs. Mich., for the past three weeks, has returned home. Approximately 30 members of the Intermediate Department of the First Baptist Church were entertained at the hnme of the department superintendent, Mrs. I Marie Running, Saturday nljht : Features of the party were a wein- | cr roast and watermelon supper, i games and horseback riding. Class I officials attending were LI. Col. i Reuben Blood. Arlen Jones, Fretl i Hunt, Mr.v Doyle Null. Mr». Ruth i Jones, and Mrs. Anne Blood, i Milton Boyd of Wlchlla, Kan., | spent the weekend with his wife and children. Guests cf Mrs. Myrtle Worencr Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Earl I Gooding and children, Mr. am! I Mrs. Ernest Ooodlng, Irwln Goodling, and Ivan Gooding, all of Wich- j i t a , K«n.; Mr. and Mrs. John Kcl- I ly and daughters of Anderson, ! Mo., and Mrs. Angollne Pointer ! and daughters of Buckner. ; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie llofforth and children of Harrison were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Porker Rushinj! and son, David, spent Labor Day with Mrs. Jessie Rushing and Homer Rushing of Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Bird of Whlttler, Calif., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Johnson Monday and Tuesday. Members of the Buckner Home Demonstration Club presented a play at the State HD Council meeting at the University. Tuesday. Participating were Mrs. Marie Rushing, Mrs. Allie Lawson, Mrs. Flossie Opal Drake, nnd Mrs. Nell Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hnycs of Marble xvere weekend guests of Mrs. Cloc Boyd and children. Keel up «ltti the Ume--read 'he Ttmr* telly. Returns Cash Giffs Received Al Dinner Theodore It. MrKeM. i J.i.-. r.-- turned t-;i".h g i f t s presented Iu him hy j.onio "old f n « iuK" at o dinner party nvenUy. Mr snid l;r.: t;i;;ht lie has mailed a rhet.k tn Ii. ll-*r- hcrt Urown, the Ii;iltini»i? J-'^pub- Itciji) whi) nrr»n?;txi the ci inner, and has asked Brown tn disti iWite the money. · The governor's acrpplanco of the purse bus been the target ol several highly critical htntrments Ihbued by former -Sen Mlllarrl Tyding.\, who :-;iy-\ the ,i;nou:;i m- vulvvil Js $V.(JOH. MrKcldin would l i f t * i . h'w much ho jecouTil" nni v.-i-iiUJ Ji0 name the donois ay Tvd!n;:3 de- nuuulc'.i. Tycllnps, a who Io:.t INK Scu.itp se:it in 1D50. pointed i Hit IKit the « t *vcr.'ini h.-j:. !;CITI out' uf the mo:.t vo'.';il r i l i k i i . uf. rre.sidpnt TruiTi.'ui's s'.af? v.-h^^n:- ceplcd (Ift'jJ nn.T7.LTS mil) mink cunts as prt'ifiit:;. from "nkl friends" ainl Ll.-il ''no strings were attauhed.'- 1 lie :.;iM some had inrik-atecl l h a t ;U U-a:.! part of tht: monry blmuht h? uj,."j fur airnpaien pUn'or-'-.; and others thought the ROvernor honl,i buy needed items for the U'wcrnmnil house. MuKeldtn rait! fie hmln't lrcM- Cd bow tiie mi'iifv v/;t;; to he CM-I!. but look note of tlit- l.iw u i . i r l i states thai sources nf camptiiK" contributions must be iihidr public. "H mlRht roni!;ivpnf Ihr spirit, if not 1'n- Idler. r»f tin* h w If the «-amptiiyn (i-)iiijiiun? ninde in my numo." (lie f^n wrote in a letter tn TirnvMi, 'Th'Tr: wii* certainly nothk^K t-i ji.-Jtify criticism although U'fc ' rerhap-. tno much to expect tt;«t ; ECitrtcnno would not take advanUj|t to make ( ;;if [-apital out of U," he sa!d,..;i Wilson Heads Drivt For Freedom Radios crTihi- r;nrr president of it- ('otv.piiny snrl uotll ft- dirri-'.nr of the Of^a : "6f ' o Ion, yestertinr :mt;l national campalga ii!u of ihe 1952 Crusade Ipr i»j. \ - i l l spcarhrad t h e drfyf tui.'i--November 11 to Ofe* : ' l"j-- to support Radio 1 F.urope a::d Rnriio Free Asia, - i i . ^ ^ j Midshipmen Ready For Classes At Academy Annapolis, Md--f/P)-More than ; 2,£00 upper olasxmen, composing T!'.- w.-o'iri laritwt brUade of mtci* .j -;h:*]::;iMi in the history of the UA ! N'avoy Academy, will assembli \\ftc. Friday upon their return f r c f , ; )v=ive. 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