MONDAY, MAY 2, BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.V COUHIER NEWS PAGE THRRB Two More Labor Bill Riders Seen GOP Amendments Will 'Soften' Wood > Measure in House Hy Max ll.ill WASHINGTON. May 2. M')— Republican leaders snid today they expect to add at lea.st t\vo, and pos.st- b!y more, "softening" ninendincnts lei the Wood labor bill wlien the House labor debate is resinned tomorrow. Meanwhile, President Truman was reported as standing pal on the far- cliflcrent admlm.strulion bill to repeal the Taft-Hartlcy law and rc- .storc u inadiflcd version of the l»3(i \Vaqner Act. There liari been reports (bat Truman lieutenants were readying n number of conctessions to win sun- linrt for the administration bill, authored by ticp. Lesinski (D-Mich). Over the weekend. AFL leaders said privately an asienncnt had been worked out with them, (he CIO and Secretary of Labor 'robin to include national emergoucv strike court injunction a d V ew «, ]„!?"• Gcon! ? P " , Gl Taft-limlley law (Palmes in (lie I c- law pmillts <"" siuskl bill. But the CIO's Rencnil l ' ou Officer's Wife Sues U.S. For $100,000, Claims Guard's Bullet Hit Her ALEXANDRIA. Vn.. May 2 </!')— An Army lieutenant's wife struck by a stray bullet alleged to have been fired by a guard at the Unknown Soldier's tomb, Is suing tile United States for $100,000. The petition, on file in Federal District Court here, says the bullet struck Mrs. Beulah Irene Cosletl as she sat in her apartment at Arlington Farms last November. The apartment is about 800 yards from the tomb, in Arlington National Cemetery. At the time, the Army said the guard fired two warning shots when someone passing nearby failed to obey his command to halt. Officers said .ie \vas und T orders to fire warning shols in such circumstances. Mrs. Coslett. wife of Lieut. Roben T. CosJetl, said in Ihr suit that the bullet struck her below the left knee. Stic complained of permanent injuries, saying she wa; completely lost the use of her lef foot. Formerly the United States «ov enimeiu could not be sued in sucl a case \vithout a special act o Congress but Mrs. Coslett's coun sol, George P. Grove, said n recen ect access to the Held In Slaying ce Cream Distributor y roYides Treats for Courier News Carriers Courier News currier boys, like other healthy boys and ctrls usually look up tlic Ice cream man and find it P. pleasant experience to exchange (heir nickels for Hie frozen delicacy bill, las! week the tables were turned and the experience was doubly pleasant for the boys anrl some others loo, W.D. Colejnan. manager for Ibe m.vtlievltle plant of the Midwest Dairy Products Company, visited the Courier News office one afternoon last week M the time Hie boys arrived to receive their papers tor delivery to the readers, lie brought a supply of ice cream which wa.s dlMribnled ahead of the papers and witti compliments ol (he firm which distributes ice cream in this area. The U'c cream "milled" quU'kk after H bad been distrlbvlled. K. R. Smith, circulation manager, ex- prsscd r.ppreeiatlon for the Ihoujjhi- fulrcss ol the mannucmeut of the Mit.wc'it Dairy Products Company manager. snle o! alcoholic liquors, Application Is lor penult to be Is-sited lor operation beginning on Hie 1st day oi July, 1949, and to expire on the 30 day ol Juno, 1950. dec. A. Sniuuba Subscribed »nd sworn (o before me tilts 2nd day of May! 1949. Mrs. Marshall Blacknrd Notary Public My Commission expires: 3,!) '53, 5-2-4U counsel, Arthur Goldberg, denied any such agreement. And a hiuli administration official said President Truman has turned thumbs down on suggestions for compromising. House Speaker R.iy- burn (D-Tex), is due to take the floor to oppose the Wood bill (his week and he may iodicale aiw administration willingness for concessions. The Republican amendments are designed to miike ttie bill by Rep Wood (D-Ga) a little less restrictive on labor unions. Already the Wood bill backers have pushed through three amendments aimed at making the going easier for their measure. Rep. McConnell iR-Pai. senior Republican on the House Labor Committee, told reporters the Jol- lowiiiB two more Wood bill amendments are -certain" to be brought up: 1- By Rep. Nixon m-Calin. further softening the closed shop rule by permitting an employer, if he wishes, to give a union a "reasonable time" to send men to nil job vacancies. 2. By Hep. John Lodge (R-Conn) permitting a union holding a "union shop" contract to get a man fired by expelling him for embezzlement of union funds or disclosing union secrets. Molybdenum added to alloys of stainless steel increases corrosion resistance of the metal. Chinese communist forces lining the bank of the Yangtze River, or by excitement among the troops. Communist charges that the Hri- tish sloop fired first, were deliberately fnls.:, this source said, adding that British movements in the river had been neutral and peaceful. The attack on the Amethyst and subsequent engagements with three other British warships involved in the incident cost 42 British lives. Mrs. Agnes R. Gamier. 5^-year- olc! secretary, leaves her jail cell at Rivrisidc, Calif,, for a conference with District Attorney William O. iMnckcy concerning the fatal shooting of her employer, John E. Owen, (i8, president of the National Apartment House Owneis' Association. .Sheriff's Investigator Mel Vivion announced Mrs. Gaiuier had made a statement admitting the shooting. IAP Whcpholo.l NOTIC'K Notice Is hereby given Ihal the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Uevenues of the Stale of Arkansas lor penult to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises ('.t'.scribed as 11G W. Main St.. Hlyliu-ville. Mississippi County. Tl" 1 undersigned slates that he is a cl'.i:'.' 1 !! of Arkansas, of Rood moral rhamrler. that lie has never been i 1'onVH't'Xl ol a felony or other crime i involving moral turpitude ;llmt no i license to sell beer by the under- i slgnrd has been revoked within five : vears last pasl; and Ihal the un- dei\i1'!ii'xl has never been convicted | ol violittirj- the laws of Ibis stale, or any other state, relative to the In (he IHunlrlnul Court, Oily ot illylhevllle, Arkansas. Wudc furniture Co., Ino Pltf. Vs. No. 2059 J. O. arceiie .. Defendant WAKMNO OKDK.Ii The defendant. J. O, Clieene. Is hereby warned !o appear In this count within thirty days and answer tile coi iplnlnt of Ihe plaintiff. Wade Furniture company.. Inc.. and upon failure so lo do, snld complain! will tic lakcn as confessed. WITNESS my hand n: clerk ol the Municipal Court ol the City ol lilythevllle. Arkans •>, and the seal of said court, this IGlh .my ol April. I94D, W, I. MAUN. (SEAL) oierk Arthur S. Harrison, Ally, for mil. •4|U)-25-5i'.!-0 - •* rvtm Ibttwt •» WWIMf s FEMALE COMPIAIHTS Are you troubled by dUtreii of fenml* functional periodic dlsUirb- • iicen? DoL-B tills uitiVa you uiHer Irom pnln, feel no neri'oiu, tlrwl — «i auch lime*? Tlirn uo try LyiUft K. plnVlmm'a V«B«lubl« Comiiuinul lu r«llev« i«ch nyniptouia. IMiifcli has a Ki^nd lOoOitiiK cCTtct on one of iromori'3 most irrtpor/anf ( Briton Believes Red Attack Not Deliberate SINGAPORE, May 2 (IPl— A high British naval authority said here today he is convinced the Chinese Communist attack on the British sloop AJneythst April 22 \vas not deliberate. 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