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PAQK FOURTEEK Action on Labor Bill Wins Praise Arkonsans' 'Switch' In Voting J.aud«d By Federal Official „„„_ ROCK, M»y 25. t/fi— Congressional action on the Wood Labor Bill was described by As- aistant Secretary of Labor Ralph Wright yesterday as "the turning point against reactionary forces in thj« country." The House voted recently to recommit the bill to committee. Four Arkansas representatives received milch publicity for voting for re- commttUl only a day after they apparently favored passage of the bill. In a speech prepared for delivery at the 43rd. annual convention of the Arkansas State Federation of Labor here, Wright said: "Arkansas' Congressional delegation is deserving of a great deal of credit for its courageous stand In helping uphold the firm hand of president Truman nnd prevent- in!! passage of the Wood Bill." He said he belbves the recommit- tal was "in favor of a contlnnnlion of the liberal social and economic legislative program begun in Hie early days of the Roosevelt administration." Wright added: "It is the type of determination and forthright thinking thus displayed by the Arkansas representatives In Congress that will rr-sult in the outright repeal of the antiunion Taft-Hartley law In favor of a fair and just labor bill that will restore and guarantee a free labor movement." The Arkansans who "switched' their votes on the Wood nil! arc Reps. Harris, Hays, Tackelt anc' Norrell. BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAT «, IWf $630,800,000 Needed to Prevent Damage by Floods WASHINGTON, May 25. </T|— A total of $630,800.000 will be required to complete flood control works on the lower Mississippi River and its tributaries, the House Public Works Committee was told yesterday. Brte Ocn. P. A. Farlnca, president of the Mississippi River Commission, supplied the estimate in outlining progress of the work on the country's largest river. Rep. Wlilttinglon ID-Miss) committee chairman, described the work as "Die greatest flood control project In this or any other country. In this or any other age." F.irinca said approximately $820,000,000 has been spent on the huge project. I Calls on Truman WASHINGTON, May 25. I/Pi — 1 Rep. Mills <D-Ark) conferred yes tcrtlny with President Truman. I He naid they discussed his 1)11 I to provide tor expediting paymon of corporation luxes nnd a numlic of Arkansas matters. MilLs did no 1 .say what those matters were. State Police $•«• Untaxed "Moonshine" LITTLE ROCK, May 26. W)—One of the largest caches of "moon- shlne'^whiskey confiscated In Arkansas since prohibition days was seized by slate police in Faulkner ounty yesterday. State Police Director Herman Indsey said Patrolmen Chambers nd Thomas arrested Dan Moore, 50-yea'r-oid plummervllle Negro, In vis automobile at 3:30 a.m. and ound a gallon of whiskey in Ills utomobile. Then, Undscy report- d, the officers look Moore to ms lome and found 60 more gallons of untaxcd whiskey. The police director said Moore who was Jailed at Morrilton. had been under investigation for three weeks. REAL ESTATE GOES UNDER—Persons Interested in lliia "desirable" corner lot in Dallas, Texas, mny get in on a bargain sale after llio Hood waters subside. Parts of south Dallas were inundated by the Dash flood waters of the Trinity River in odjnr-"n( Fort Worth. Road Courier News Want Ads Arkansas Manganese firm Obtains Charter LITTLE ROCK, May 25. W) — A firm which plans to process Ark ansas manganese filed articles o incorporation yesterday. Inland Chemical Corporation, now negotiating for a site In North Lit tie Rock for a $15,000 plant, listc authorized capital stock at $150,00 Manganese sulphate for use 1 paint, fertilizers and stock feeds to be processed from low grnc manganese ore found in the Bate, vllle area. Senate Okay* ft/c* aimer's Damage Claim WASHINGTON, May J5. (/Pj—A 111 to pay B. O. Jonas of Walnut tdge. Ark.. $2,68« has been paswd y the Senate. Already passed tay the House, the ,11 goes to the White House. The sum is In payment of Jones' lahns of damage to his rice crop n 1943 as a result of malaria oon- rol dusting operations of the U.S. >ublic Health Service. He contended the chemical dust harmed the lust as Well Strife* COPENHAGEN, Denmark, May 25. IJPi—A hundred enlisted men at rordintborg Barracks, Southern Ijaelland, have gone on a hunger trike. Their complaint: they don't ;et enough food. rice plant* and materially reduced he yield. DORTCH'S ARKANSAS GROWN HYBRID 5 doctors prove this plan breaks the laxative habit If you Uk* lAxmtiTM racuUrly — WVi how you c&o itop! BK»U» 6 N«w Yorti dotton BOW hit. pro v«d you m»y IMMJC tac lautiv* babit. Aod wtibLUa your natural power* o/ r«cuUrity, Eighty I tr«e |w cent of thi tux b«ud did it. So caa you. Stop tiktar wh»t«Ttf you now Uk*. la- •t*ad : Every night (or one w«*k lafca 2 Cartar'a PJ1U. S«?ond week — oca aaeb night. Third wft*lf— one «vwy other nifht. Thaa Seed Corn & Registered SOYBEANS Dortch's Soybeans No. 2 Sold By Mrs. Howard Bowen Ulytheville, Highway 61 So. . Every day: drink aig bt riaaaaa of watar; Mt A definiU time for racularity. Five New York doctor* proTad tbb olaa can break tba laiatira habit. How can a inativa braak tba lazatira babitl Bacauae CarUr'a Pllla "unblock" tha lowfr dliaativa tract and froca th«a on Ut tt m&k« u»e of Eta o«m natural powtra. KurtKw— Cart**'* Pill* contain no bablt- forming druta. Brent the laiatira babjt . . . with Cartar 1 ! FUli . . . and be rafuUr naturally. When worry, overaatinc. overwork make you Irregular temporarily— tak« Cartar'i Pilli temporarily. And never vet the lazativi babit. Get Cartar'e Fttli at any drufatore lor 33 1 today. You'll be grateful tba raat ol your lUe, LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 1949-Loraine Daviea of Little Rock, and Or- jindo, Florida, says: "A girl doesn't get around much if she's only half- safe. So I make sure I don't lose out on dates and dances. I use a deod»r- int that stops my perspiration 1 to 3 days. Kills perspiration odor instantly, safely, surely, better than anything I've found. Safe for ray skin and clothes." How about you? Don't be half- safe-be Arrid-safe! Use Arrid to fc» ture. Buy new Arrid withCreamogeru Art'id with Creamogen is guaranteed not to crystallize or dry out in the jar. What's more, if you are not completely convinced that Arrid is in every viay the finest cream deodorant you've ever used, return the jar with unused portion, and we'll refund the entire purchase price. Our address is on every package. Get a jar of the new Arrid with Creamogen today—only 39^ piui tax. former Jap Soldier, Facing Theft Charqe, likes Democratic Ways ST. LOUIS. May 25. OPi — Wnda Guild, former Japanese soldier, insists on the democratic procc.'ss of trial by jury. A defender of Iwo Jlma. Guild w»s arrested here with his Aincricnh- born wife last March 2. He was charged with grand larceny in 11^ theft of a small boat, which was headed down the Mississippi en •route to New Orleans. Guild was asked to plead Biiillv yesterday and accept a 90-day Jail sentence. •Td rather have a Jury trial." I Guild told Circuit Judge oJscph J. Ward. ."Even if they give me two years it would be better than goins back to Japan and starving to death." Guild told officials he wa.s captured at Iwo Jima, later managed to get a U.S. army uniform and jimuggled into this country. His case •will be heard later this week. Prince Fails to Get Special Dispensation PARIS, May 25. </P)—The French Ministry of Justice .said yesterday a special dispensation to allow Prince A!y Khan and Rita Hayworth to be married at the prince's chateau has been refased. The ministry said as a result the marriage would take plnce in the Oily Ilall at Vallauris, near the prince's rivlcra chateau. The ministry said it hart approved a waiving of bans, so that the marriage could take place as scheduled IiSay 27. The nucleus of an atom Is said to measure only one 2.500,000.000,- 000th of an Inch across. its, for instant blent/ing Read Courier News Want Ads. Manager for Million Dollar Life Insurance Agency Wanted mima^er f <»r Million-Dollar going ordinary agency in Northeast Arkansas. Must be successful personal producer. Will be trained in home office—2 week I,. I. 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