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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1948 BI/YTHEV1LLE'' (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS AfomPlanlWork Stoppage Flayed WolkouM at Vital Installations Called 'Unthinkable' Moves WASHINGTON, Mar. 10 <UP>- fh^'ir", I i'"'' rt E U»«'illwl of the Atomic Em-re,, Commission said yes ci-day the country cannot tol- ^ii'n ""WWs at. atomic In- ply "horn* ° r at Pl!<nls which *""- Thpw. suppliers, LHiemiinl (old the joint Congi^sionai Atomic En- tigy Committee, constitute a "rather wine segment, of American industry Stoppage at these sources, he salrt might be even more serious than at the commission's own Installation*. Presirtcnl Truman acted last week A™ a ""''aloned walkout of *" J workers at the Oak Ridge. Tcnn.. atomic laboratory. Mr. Truman appointed a board of inquiry ""tier the Taft-Harllcy Act and me workers arc staying on the job while it Is making its report. Atter that. Mr. Trumali can take further action under the Taft-Harlley Law I" postpone (He walkout for as Ion? as 80 days. Hearings Opened Tlie Congressional Atomic Kuer- BV Coninilttee opened hearings yes- lerday on a proper labor ixilicy for • he atomic energy program. Uliimllml, tlie first witness, said President William Green of the AFL and President' Philip Mui-ay of the CIO both agree with Iilm comj>tetelv on the need for miin- tmuptod production at atomic projects. In conversations with him Lil- lciitb.il saw, both men spake with 'considerable vehemence" on the •ubject. Committee Chairman Bourke B Hickenlooper. R.. ra., opened the session by saying that a "work stoppage in this vital field U unthinkable." He said the hearings will determine whether the best possible labor policy has been found or whether there ts a better one. It is -impossible to say now whether legislation will be needed, he-said. International Dope Ring Is Believed Smashed NEWY ORK. Mar. !0. (UP) — Customs ofifcials said yestcrdav they believed they had smashed an nternational smuggling rj, lg B -jth the seizure of a $1.000.000 shipment-of pure morphine aboard the transport Marine Marlin. "No gang can stand losing that money." port Collector Harry M Burning said. He said activities of the gang • ere centered In Le Havre, France, ene of the Marlin's pores of call. Authorities did not indicate whether they expected any arrests. No suspects were arrested when the 2.H-ounce shipment was discovered in the ship's bakery during routine customs inspection of the ship. Customs men said the shipment, »'a s the largest seized since an Intensified drive was begun to halt the illicit flow of narcotics Irani , the continent. Scientists Seek Information On 'Chemical Plants' CONWAY, Ark.. Mar. 10. (UP) — A lleudrK Colic*!- professor of otology revi-nled ypMerdny In- lind I uecii reorlvlns »u uvertigo of two down H'Uei',i and |r) ( > s rnins it diiy Jrcin si'lcntlsts and. laymen ciiiloiw about his expcrhurMn'.s In tlie growing «f plants by chemical methods, 'I'lie liwirlrlx fni-ully member, nr. E. A. HiK-ssatd, lins devoted sevenil years to research in the- Held of hjrtropbnlcn, or th« 'cultivation of •viiKPlahlea and, fruit pl«nl« In Unk« filled wllli chemical solution*. A book written by the Arkanwi* scientist and published ten-days »KO 1ms produced a flood or queries. ,'1'he volume outlines methods by which ApesMird believes hydro- lion kit ihay l>e economically feasible In the commercial production r>f crops. • Spessnivl mid Die communications addressed t, ( |,[ m and ln<|iilr- Inu about the cx|ierlments hart come from every sUte In the union .and sovrrin other North American countries, Including a number from Mexico. L By Kosetlf (NEA Staff Correspondent) PARIS, (NEA)—Longer.hemlines, waspier waists -and a. choice between a suj>er-w - ide or a • super- slim silhouette emerge from the spring collection of Paris, designers whose "ne»- look "has .graduated into the "now look" of-fashion. In addition to waspier wastline.s. deeply-shaped or filled-ln bosom lines are stressed. In man,, collections « choice Is offered between the sheath and'tlie full-skirted silhouette. Pierre Bal- rnain feature both: the superwlde achieved by means of cut rather than yardage; the super-slim which features the new bias-cut.- This designer features hemlines that begin at 11 inches from • the ground for informal wear; go as low as seven inches for dinner. Balmaln emphasizes the tiny- waistcd look by the use of belt.s or wide ribbons, which form belts -or cascade in loops to offset-the-se'ver- j ity of a dress." Topping the-sheath | dress is usually a shoulder scarf or ca|>e. -./--, Jennna LaPami* exploits tlie Sues Folsom j bluebell silhouette: . stressed torso, ; .Hid frail .waist and molded basoin and hiuiine, from which swings a ; full skin or on which Is placed i widc-xashec! drapery'to soften stem- like sheaths. | Mad Carjicnllcr launches the modernized barrel silhouette, (he skirt or which is medium-wide and flar- I ing. many-gored or has gathered ! flounces. I Cnrven's styles are inspired !»• i Portuguese peasant, costumes. One i evening frock boasts hem width ap: pioaching 40 yards. j Pieuefs use of filmy lac» OV ec taffeta and net over cotton results ! In a.totally; n cw evening wear mc- idltini He brings'tailor's cilm -.is .Into the luxury class by making a I full-length gored skirt" of it and ! topping this with a black icisev i blouse which i, belted with black patent leather. Two'lines in daytime atid evening doilies develop will, reckless use loi .rardnge. and subtlest technique [were show,,:|,y Dior, originator of -the.-"new look" and Paris' most • publicized 'designer. i n a collection estimated .-toihave cost • around 10 UN Balkan Commission Observers Under Flrt Of Guerrillas in Greece- ATHENS. Mar. 10. (UP)—A' United Nations Balkans Commission observation team was fired on from Albanian soil. Athens newspapers reported yesterday. Some reports said the team was mill on francs, Dior featured Hie "Xlgzae" and (he "Fly-away." Tlie "Zlgzng" line exploited bolh wide and narrow skirts with fabric falling in geometrical folds In ihe back. The "Flyaway" featured full, trnl-wide .skirts with fuHnes divided irregularly usually, forming deep ,pleat.s over the hips and tap- eilng. goicd .panel-backs. Jiicque.s. Path's tolloctlon ulit- tercd with bronze bead necklaces, large blister pearl cabochons—used to dot evening jackets—and huge square diamond buckles -used on black satin slippers. Tills designer's new twist to an old but dawllng theme is to jwsc 'a fabulous' diamond ncfklnce .over an .enormous black velvet "throat" bow. ' Lahvtn'.s immense" crinoline or pannier skins, which seem destined for wear on stage or screen, were made or dnUe-d -net •organza and gleaming satin. 'New traitsparency effects weip achieved, by .means of sum-ay pleated chiffon gowns posed over contrasting foundations. Jean Di-sses' coUectlbiv frnliires cveninn • gownit with- > pahhiercd, hooiictl skirls:.ThCK C an- fashioned of plain piittcrnnl and embroidered cotton orBiimlie, sometimes over sllir satin ottomans, plain figured > taffetas or dotted chiiton ami swi.ss. Koi-sakliiK. aiiMerlty this season I Molyncus ,shows the •lnrlut-iic<. of imiu-e.sslonlst painters In Ills formal fashions' with IUUKOJ-, whirr skirts, corseted w/ilst.s-. natural shoulders, accented .busts. Hicien I>loii K 's styles evoke an e.wnllully feminine woman, uis cont fnsln'ons are dlvidcil between formal redlngotcs with full skirts and ample bias-cut casuuls', '.somc- titncs held. In with a belt. An Amay.on silhouette - claims SchiapaiTlli's Inlorcst which slic .Interprets in. a collection Inspired! I by the- rafctrack colors such ,.i < "stunniiiB".-,-ed,'shady sn-en' and! tanbark And •by.rlrtlng 'Jackcis and habit skirts. ' Pntou'., collccdon answers the tailored woman's", prayer with a wide , choice oi, ImIKc'cably , ta^loretl suits, which ma,ss fiilineWs In the back to 'contrast'"..with- pertiTtly plain"Irohts.' . ,".''.. nuh'iiiK into alleged ore.«k guerrilla movements across -the frontier. More than . one-half Ihe con! i mined in South Africa- Is produced in the Transvi\al. . . ; Failure to bear a son 15 ground for divorce in .-Ai abia. Christine Putnian Johnston hn. sued Alabama Governor James Folsom. char-in? that he is the faint- of her 22-month-old son. Mi'-" Johnston h.M flisappcnrcrt from hi: home in Hancevillc, Ala. (NEA Tcl- r photo) J -- ^ ->«yj^i «fflpiy?/ "Drug Stores Everywhere cranky '«wy MMrt*'? Are you troubled by distress of tpmale rnnctlonal periodic dlsturb- " nc <; 5 ' Docs this make you tcrl so J I^S'i !?, sln " >B ' ""''oiu—at such times? Then no iry Ls'dla E. Pink- hums Vegetable Compound to relieve r'j^'H^Jjf'rS"^"'^^ inu L°nN r KHjiM''s Newest on the spring scene-. .-. an airuiuisly different type of rleanlnj. Distinctive in that its.tempo Is sr( (n thr style of th> momen! . . .It fulfills Ihe t fnr quality and economy. 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