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>AOB SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Push Hike Plea Cflrrwrt Want Big Hike i* Freight Charges in Fotcc by May 15. UfASHINGTON, May 0. (UP) — "ft«( nation's railroads today inar- d»41c4 their most compelling stn- tMics to show the Interstate Com- attfet Commission their need r>r terfe and early freight rate In- C«MM—about *i;000,000,000 a year on pment traffic. They have asked the ICC for a 2S tyer 'cent boost, effective May 15, on one' day's notice to the public. After receiving a wave of protests against such hasty action, the coin- inUtion scheduled hearings on Ihe immediacy of the carrier's need. They began today and are exacted to last at least a week. , At the same time, the commission re-opened a 1942 rate case in which In*'railroads were permltterl a 3 to € per cent boost in freight rales and> 10 per cent rise In passenger fare*, the higher freight charges were susiwnded tlie next year air.l have:not been in effect since. The commission Is Boing to determine by the current hearings! whether the 3 to 6 per cent freiuht increase should be re-inslated May 1$ pending.a more thorough Inciuivv into the railroads' financial condition. Th« 10 per cent passenger in- .cr.fra&e ' Is staled to disappear six months, after, the' legal end of the war 1 The carriers asketl the ICC to let this remain. They did not ask. for 'a' further boost. MONDAY, MAY 5, !<MG' Scientist's Experiment In Peafh is a Success 'NEW YORK, May e. (UP)—Police reconstructed today the final hour* of ••Murray Churchill McNnb, 38, brilliant. Canadian chemist, who chose* an experiment in death because he found life too complex. They found .his body In a glass enclosed 'experimental gas chamber All of China's numerous economic headaches—including violent monetary inflation—arc overshadowed by the constantly increasing food scarcity, with famine a real threat in large areas. Map above shows provinces hardest hit by food shortages, according to the Oflicc ot International Trade, Depl.. of Commerce. Dlmcully of transporting foodstuffs from areas of plenty to famine-threatened ones and an epidemic of cholera and bubonic plague In southeast -_Chhia further darker^ the picture. ~ ^_ Attorney Raps Both Labor, Management HOT SPHINC1S Ark,, Mnv 8. (UP) —Labor and management were crlt- Ic-la-'d will) e<(iia! vigor by c. E., Onggclt, Miirlnniia attorney, who lolil Hie Arkansas Hill- Association here Saturday tlnit "compulsory collective bargaining" Is the flrst step toward settlement ol labor-management problems. "If tlinl fails," Daggett .said, "tlien procedure In federal courts Is till; next stc|>." I He described labor as "securely , )(i Hie liamls mid (oils of a. Icndcr- j ship til questionable origin, ulterior i motives and doubtful Integrity, wilh ncrsonal and political aggrandi/c- I incut running rampant, and drunk With power." Tracing whut lie described ax the "power and ruthless action of trusts and great combines," D.iggell satd Unit sooner or later nu "aroused public" Is going lo demand adequate labor-management legislation. At tlie morning .session of tlie 48th annual convention, the bar voted to appoint committees to study i suggestions and recommendations made by .speakers. I Tlie first committee will Investigate a proposed re-organisation of ' the state judiciary into n unified "slate court"-.suggested earlier by retirlni; President i,aiiiiir Williamson. Tlie committee will be coin- liosed of one attorney and one member of the judiciary from each congressional district and the chief justice aiul onu associate Justice of the State Supreme Court. Another committee will investigate the community property Jaws of other states and recommend similar measures for Arkansas. The third commltlee will continue :i study. o( the Integration ol the Arkansas bar. Tlie L-onventloii elected Max B. Held. Blytheville. as president at an earlier session. Rock High School. The appeal was made by parents of a group of fraternity and sorority students. The court handed down no opinions this morning because of then- attendance last week at (lie Arkansas Bar Association convention in Hot Springs. t*o feet wide, 10 feet long and rive feet high . On a.table outside wns n tlircc- pag* note, an almost empty whiskey bottle.-and five cigarette butts. "This is mv last experiment," the note said, "and it is In self de- Compensation Board While Manhattan's night lire rev-j Member Homed by Laney tiled below him Saturday night. lanta, Ga.; two sons, and a brother, Joseph Bone, al Mexico, Mo. Read Courier News Want Ads. I LITTLE RO laboratory, pondering over science.' ^deck''''.^^ McNab -at' nlohe in n 12th floor phllosophv and God. When he-rehched his decision, he recorded his deliberations with scientific ; precision, and-because the odor of Illuminating gas offended him, he methodically rendered it odorless, lay down-in the ens chamber and died.!' '*-v Supreme Cpurt Refuses Fraternity Cose Motion LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 6. (UP1 —The-Arkansas Supreme Court today refused tp act on a motion lo advance .consideration of the fnmous Little Rock fraternity case in order ,to hand.down a decision, before the summer court recess in July. The justices indicated, however that they would consider the appeal at .once If all briefs were submitted The ,.case was taken to the Su- preine r Court after a Pulaskl court ru&d the Little Rock school board • has the'authority to ban or regu- late'Gjfcek letter societies at Little Atom Smasher K, May G. (UP) — ey has appointee! Little Hock, as n member of the Workmen's Com- lensalion Commission lepladiu; Nathan Gordon. Morrllton, who reigned when he announced Ills can- lidany for lieutenant governor. Ricclel, who will .occupy the employers post on the commission, liad ucen secretary of the-group, since 't wits organized. IMPORANT SCHEDULE CHANGES MAY 12TH Methodist Editor Dies Following Long Illness NASHVILLE. Tcnn., May B. (UP! —Funeral will be held here this afternoon for Dr. P. Diu-cy Bone, staff member of tlie editorial division of tlie Methodist General Board of Education, mill the bodv will be sent lo Carrolllon, Mo., for burial tomorrow. Doctor Done died yesterday after an illness of six months. During the past 11 years Doctor Bone had been editor of the "Adult Student," the "Home Quarterly." and -•Cliallenue." publications of the Methodist Church. lie formerly was head of the department of religion at McMurry College, Abilene. Tex. He, is survived l)y his wife, the former Miss Vcra Howell, of At- Faster schedules! Better connections! Improved service! Remember the date . . . Sunday, May 12. Some departures are earlier . . . So, coll or see your Frisco Ticket Agent. Remember . . . Great things are hap- p e n i n g on the Frisco Lines! FRISCO LINES Coa! Mediator IS GETTING UP NIGHH GETTING YOU DOWM? Thousands say famous doctor'? discovery gives blessed relief (ram irritation o( the bladder caused by excels acidity in Ihe urine Why ui IcclinE (t . Ihe urine) Juil Iri- DK. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT. Ihe icunxilcd lirrlial medicine. SWAMP HOOT acts fcsl on the killncy* lo tiroinalc Ihc Ejou- of urine nnd relieve traubl^snio c»crA> nciilbly. Orisi- n.-Uiy cre-lcd by a practi^inc pnysicinn, Dr. Kilmer'* \s n carclully blonde*! conilj!- nation al 16 herbs, roots, vcccl.iulc?, hi\l cams. Absolutely nothing liatsh or liahiu thij lion. Just Rood inzrrdienl; that quickly Act on the Mdncys to Increase- the flow of urine And case discomforts ol Madder irri. Utlon. All drurcUti »ell Swump Mnot. Dr. Krnett Orlando Lawrence o£ > the University of California. No- fciel 'Prize winner and atomic tafnb researcher, has announced ( hit invention of the synchroton, , » powerful new type ntom . amajher which may revolutionize scientific inquiries inlo nu- • clear fission. Synchrotons. conceived independently by a Soviet •nd an American scientist, are under construction at lh« Uni- '.Tersiljr of California and in , i Russia. HEADACHE^i fes-j?--"4^,^ w *£* BAKY CHICKS 3 to 5 d»r» old—$1 to $12 per 11«, Several breeds — Feeds, Founts — Feeders, • ELEVATOR FEED STORF Broadway at R. R. Tracxs NOTICE! RESIDENTS OF ARKANSAS! BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. IS NOW EQUIPPED TO SERVE YOU Hue to the fact it is twice as Imrd for a vettran nf World \Viir II lo :» inlu business as It is for any utlicr person, I am just op«iihi; for business and woulil appreciate your patronage. 1 have secured tlie best In DDT insecticide powiler ami liquid. U is Die .s:nm: lyjic we used in tlic Kuropeun theatre of war and also neiiis; used In ihe TaciMc theatre of operations by our armed forces lo combul insects. This lypr rtf DDT is now beinp uscil by the government on farms. I nm cciuipiied to spmy or dust anything you wisli to be dusloil or .sprayed, especially homes, business places, gardens, barns, chicken coops, shrubbery, ditches :<nd Outhouses. I am also proud lo announce that I have veterans working for me, who have just been iliscliarseil from the Army. Why Pay More Than Necessary to Get Your Property Cleaned of Pesty Insects? r.ill 360i today and I will conic or send a representative to see you and give you an estimate on your properly (o be spray«l. Oi-o. (Hiultly) HoycU, Owner Office Temporarily Located al 111 K. Vine St. Phone 3602 dC/XPUDINE Approved l Spraying ville Co. Mirr. K. Cherr DO you HAVE A MEMORY AN ELtPHAHT? — __ __ ••• r-«r\io niiu a DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Ark. McCORMICK PEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE Edward F. McCrady, above, vice president in charge of labor ve- -lalions for RCA, has been called to Washingloii by Secretary of Labor Lewis B. Schwellenhach to join in coal strike mediation olfM-ls. Popular with both labor and management. McGrady is a forriuT Assistant Secretary of Labor and Wai- Department la- ) for jcUillons consultant. Klfih-pruduclng milk cows will ie-lcl their own weight • In - milk approximately every 21 days. • 32 Members Present for Lone Oak 4-H Meeting A meeting oi the Lone Oak «-H Club was held Friday with Carl Wyatt presiding. There were 3H members and one leader present. Alvenla Walters led the group in singing. Club captains giving reports this month included: Leon Williamson, totton captain; j. W. Williamson, ))lg caiJtuln; Billy WuHers, calf captain; Hilly Walters, corn captain; lion Morris, watermelon captain; Lois Hunim, gardening and canning captain; BonlU Williamson, clothing captuin; Ella McCook, ixmltry captain; and Lovle Hodge, cookery captain. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home \ demonstration agent, discussed garden pests and their control and | also 4-H exhibits for the County FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H Webb Hwy. 61 nt Slate Line Phone: Hlythevllle 711 tn<l District Fair. W. o. Ilazelbaker, assistant county agent, discussed prizes for -»-K contests, team demonstrations, ami record bowks. One new member, Minnie cUckler, Joined the club this month. Head Courier Mews Want Ads. TEN FINGERS ARE NOT ENOUGH to relieve dry iU-li y seal \>, but you can get real relief with Morolme Hnir Tunic. Help* remove loose dandruff Hake*. MOfltOLINE HAIR TONIC ROTARY HOES We are receiving a car load Shipment of 2 Row and 4 Row TOWERS ROTARY HOES. This is a well built hoe with replaceable steel teeth. Stanley Implement Company Phone 69 Hayti, Mo. If you don't have a Ions memory, you'd better make a list now ot the binder ami combine parts you'll need for next season's harvest. Certain parts arc hard to get but, if you give us your list now, we'll have them ready for you before cutting startt. There's no point in risking delays and crop losses. Get v°" r equipment in smooth running condition early. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE A BIGGER BETTER STORE To 'give you a more complete store, wo arc consolidating the Tom Little Appliance Storo 'with the Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply. We will carry a complete stock of merchandise in tlie one store as we now have in both stores, making- the change worth while. Soon you will find' the following items in our store: APPLIANCES Hot Point Household Appliances Thor Washing Machines Radios—Itendix, Sonora, Motorola, Sentinel, Mantola—five of the leading radios. Limited slock Pjurfiblng—A complete stock of plumbing fixtures, supplies and repairs; al.so pipes and fittings. • ' HEATING Delco Automatic Heating Plants. Let us ijive you an estimate on heating your home. We expect another shipment soon. Also oil space heaters—better buy your stove now 1'ov next Fall. WATER PUMPS & WATER SOFTENERS Complete service on both pumps and softeners. Talk with us about this equipment 'before you buy. -everything you will ELECTRIC SUPPLIES We will handle a complete line of electrical fixtures, wire and supplies- need in this ]ine. Wu will continue to operate otir Goodrich Store ;u:d Service Station. BUDGET DEPARTMENT In changing our store, we also are opening up a budget deartment. You can buy any item over S10.00 on a payment-plan. We have two methods of sale—You can either have any item put on lay-away with a small payment and pay it out weekly, or you can buy on contract and take your purchase with you. No trouble to open a budget account with us—buy your needs and pay as you earn. We deliver any purchase. We are proud 1 of ofir new store—Come and sen us. Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply 421 West Main St. Phone 828 BY FRED HARM AN ! KED RYDER i • I CAPTUKE TER l?£ -.CilPJ.-JD TL'G5 1 REMEMBER Novi-'—AMfOSJE WBlAT-l IH^T LAt5 A t'AMD IT 6HOULD HIT.tOUWITHA ROCK WHErt TOt) W HEAO 5URE HURTS Stick Around, Al WASH TUI3BS TWC CHUWW P1CTU8E Ml APPOtNT.WENTf KALIZEDTHW WAS THE SEPSON 1ER TEU.ISG l*e*KWT 1 THS?? ^ E ?E Of YOU AND KrrrV WtL RETUSN AWm!/ KE C(.fll«*C HE WO«EO FORDOAK? 'HAT WINTee Of 0NE- A soe WITH COAK CNE W INTERPRETATION OF— OH, MY STARS! »<NOW HBRt H ». y SCENE FROW » aW IN OUS REPERTOIRE!