The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1956 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY T, 19W Alabama U. Clams Down After Riots Negro Excluded From Classes By Trustees TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — The angry mobs which exploded into numerous acts of violence yesterday to win exclusion of a Negro student from University of Alabama classes were missing today as the school went quietly about its business. Many Alabama state highway patrolmen were about the campus with nothing to do as news spread that the University Board of Trustees had excluded Autherine Lucy, 26-year-old Birmingham secretary, "until further notice." Miss Lucy did not appear on the campus this morning. Her 8 a. m. class met without incident. A spokesman for her said her future plans are uncertain. She was admitted to school last week under a federal court order. Disturbances began Friday night, some 12 hours after she attended her first class. Miss Lucy is the first of her race to enter the 125- year-old school. Shouting anfl Singing The disturbances culminated in a wild day of shouting, singing, marching mobs yesterday before the board action was announced. Police used tear gas in attempting to break up the massed demonstrators. A board statement said the action was taken "in view of recent occurrences on the campus . . . and the acts and threats of violence participated in by outsiders, for the safety of Autherine Lucy, . a student recently admitted under the order of the federal court, and for the safety of other students. •ad at Hodttr BMmbtM <rf tw University c* Alabamn, »n<J only tor that reason . . . The statement said further that the board, "exercising th« police power of the University of Alabama for the safety of those on the campus . . . excludes Autherine Lucy until further notice from attending classes at the university. By invoking the police power of the university, the trustees laid the groundwork for « legal defense if they are charged with violating terms of a 1955 federal court order opening the school to Negro students. While most of those taking part in the demonstrations appeared to be students, Dean of Men Louis Corson said the disorder was led by a "hard core of outsiders." "Workers from a Tuscaloosa area tire plant and foundry were identified on the campus yesterday when university officials were cursed and struck with rocks and eggs. Windows of a car in which Miss Lucy was driven across the campus were smashed. Dr. 0. C. Carmichael, university president, had lold faculty members that unless law and order were restored on the campus, "it may be necessary to close up shop. He later said there was reasonable hope that order wil shortly be restored. BRIBE (Continued from Page 1) Sen. Knowland of California, the GOP leader, will press for Senate approval of a resolution proposing a special committee investigation of the affair. He said what Hennings does about it is up to Hennings. Gore said in a separate interview he will follow Hennings lead if the latter orders an immediate investigation. It was obvious they could overrule any objections by the third subcommittee member, Sen. Curtis. Curtis said he thinks the special committee proposed by Johnson and Knowland should undertake the inquiry. He noted that Case has not announced that he is a candidate for re-election and thus is not involved in a campaign over which the subcommittee has jurisdiction. Wells-2" to 16" Irrigation - Industrial - Municipal - Domestic WATER is our BUSINESS We Drill For It Pump It Soften It Filter It Cool It Irrigate With It GINNERS- TAKE NOTICE: Let us furnish your water needs for fire fighting power unit cooling, for statifiers. HOME WATER SYSTEMS 3 Years to Pay Complete iron removal, filtering and softening systems buiit to fit your needs. We have the answer to your needs for greater water volume and pressures, McKinnon Irrigation Co. Phone 112 or 190 — Manila, Ark. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Mar .... 3506 3506 3500 3502 May 345Y 3458 3445 3448 July 3365 33S6 3345 3348 Oct 3204 3205 3173 3174 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3505 3505 3505 3505 May 3456 3456 3446 3453 July 3363 3363 3345 3349 Oct 3200 3200 3174 3177 Chicago Wheat Mar .. 214% 214% m~'& 214 s s May .... 209'/2 210 209'/ 4 209?., Chicago Corn Mar . 130% 131 130 3 i ISO 3 -;, May .... 134% 134?i 134!;, 134% Chicago Soybeans Mar .. 250'.:, 25218 250 250'i May .... 253!'= 255 253!' 8 253% July 254 255!'i 253% 254'i Sep't .... 241% 242Vi 241 241 !' 4 New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper , ... Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward . . N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum . ... Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears .... 183 1-2 81 .... 69 3-8 151 1-4 .... 74 5-(! 123 1-2 56 3-8 44 1-4 88 1-8 .... 41 1-2 38 44 1-8 43 1-8 69 3-S 157 1-4 121 5-8 343-4 Obituary John M. Parker Services Held LEACHVILtiE—Services for John Madison Parker, 81, of Rives, Mo., were conducted this afternoon in Lulu Baptist.Church at Arbyrd by the Kev. Harold English. Burial was in Lulu Cemetery with Howard Funeral Service in charge. Mr. Parker, a retired farmer, died Sunday at the home of his son, Jake Parker, in Rives. He was born in Tennessee but lived in the Arbyrd vicinity for 60 years. Other survivors include another, son, William Parker of Pontiac, Mich.; one daughter, Mrs. Molly Blackshear of Leachville; two brothers, W. S. and J. S. Parker both of Arbyrd; three sisters, Mrs. Lena Edwards of Senath, Mrs. Beulah Wilson of Ocra, Mo., and Mrs. Quince Bibb of Pocahoutes; 11 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, El M>1—USDA) — Hogs 11,500; fully steady to strong; bulk mixed 180230 Ib barrows and gilts 12.5013.25; several hundred head No 1 and 2, largely No 1, around 190-225 Ib 13.50; 230-210 Ib 11.50-12.75; some, mostly Is and 2s, around 230 Ib 13.00; few 210-316 Ib mostly 2 and 3 grade 11.00-15; 140-170 Ib 11.00-12.50; 110-140 Ib 9.50-11.25; sows 400 Ib down 0.50-1.00; heavier sows 9.5-0.25 ; boars over 250 Ib 6.50-7.50; lighter weights mostly 8-25; few 8.50. Cattle 3,700; calves 1,000; about steady with Monday; good and choice steers 16.00-18.50; few lots good and choice mixed yearlings 17.00-18.50; utility and commercial cows 11.00-12.50; canners and cutters 8.00-10.50 occasionally 11.00 on top cutters: utility and commercial bulls 12.50-14.50; good and choice vealers 23.00-29.00; lower grades mainly 14.00-22.00; prime vealers up to 33.00 very sparingly. Hew Postage Stamp Ready For Release A IVj-cent Mount Vernbn postage stamp, 14th of the new. regular series to be released through the Mount Vernon (Va.) Post. Office, will be issued Feb. 22, Blythevilie Postmaster Ross Stevens announced today. Reproduced from a photograph and featuring a view of Mount Vernon facing the Potomac River, the stamps may be obtained by sending a reasonable number of addressed envelopes to postmaster, Mount Vernon; Va., with money order remittance to cover the cost of the stamps to be affixed. Covers must bear postage at first- class rate, it was pointed out, and envelopes should be ordinary letter size Envelopes to the postmaster must he endorsed "First Day Covers." Selected quality stamps will be available at the Philatelic Agency, Post Office Department, Washington, D.C., after Feb. 23. IKE (Continued from Page 1) cialist; Col. Byron E. Pollock, chief ol heart services at Fitz- -simons Army .Hospital in Denver; and Col. Thomas W. Mattingly, heart specialist at the Armys Walter Reed Hospital, Washington. Hagerty said the preliminary ex. aminations may get staretd late this week at Walter Reed Hospital. These will include a study of fatty substances in the blood, a blood chemistry analysis. X-rays, and cardiograms tracing heart performance. The United States contains approximately 375,000 grocery and combination grocery stores. Martin's Boys Department Presents Spring and Summer Sport Coats by Chip & Twigs and Jayson Hall A rainbow of colors in Light Weight Wool, Silk Blends and Palm Beach, all in new and different patterns. Come in and see our selection. New Spring and Summer items arriving daily. You'll be pleased at the prices. Sizes 2 to 20 in regulars, huskies and longs. P.S. Ask to see (he boys sport shirts terrific this year! they're MOLLET Services to Start At West Side Special services will begin at- West Side Baptist Church on Carolyn Street tomorrow night, running through Friday night. J. F. Manning of Bay will deliver the sermons at these nightly meetings. The services are open to the public. SENIOH WINNERS — Tapian Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis, and Tommy Hatcher, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Wagner, have been named senior campus queen and king in the annual Who's Who contest at Manila High School. WOW Closes TB Hospital /rfTexas Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society, through its local organization, has announced discontinuing operation of the tubercular sanatorium at San Antonio, Tex. The hospital, the group said, "has steadily been encompassed by growth of the City of San Antonio, making removal desirable." As for future plans, it was announced the society "will soon determine upon construction of a new institutuional building elsewhere or upon providing modern, up-to-date treatment of tuberculosis through institutions in the various states in which its members reside." Closing of the hospital will be effective on or about May 1. "In the meantime," the organization said, "inmates of the hospital will be given full and complete care." Death Halts Family Party SAN FRANCISCO (SI — Rob-...^ Bustos, a roofer, got a job two weeks ago after a long period of unemployment. So yesterday Mrs. Bustos Was preparing a small party for their son Michael on his third birthday. A patrolman knocked on the door. Officer Richard Reed said later: "I've had to do this before, but i this is the hardest one I've ever had." He informed Mrs. Bustos that her husband had been killed in a fall from a third-story roof. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Robinson Delegate To Hardware Meet Freeman Robinson of Blythevlll* will be one of the Arkansas Retail Hardware Association officers taking part in the annual meeting »* Marion Hotel in Little Rock, Feb. 12 and 13. Freeman is the association'* District 5 director. A hardware show will be held in Robinson Auditorium in conjunction with the convention. A banquet dance Is set to climax ftt two-day event. YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUEEM MAR* WITH A CLOTHESLINE .. any more thon yo« can keep a tornado ,from hitting your house. But you coo buy insurance — the right kind, in the right amount. We'M be glad to advise. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. Pho. 3-6868 GAS BILL (Continued from Page 1) in an attempt to maintain order. The crowds shouted "Guy Mollet stay away and "Catroux to the firing squad." Mollet accepted the resignation of Catroux—who was to have come to Algiers Friday to take up his post—in a telephone exchange with Paris. The Premier said the general offered to quit as soon as he learned of the demonstrations because he was convinced "his name should not become an Issue of discord among his former war comrades. French residents opposed the selection of the 79-year-old Catroux for a number of reasons. Aside from his age. he is associated too closely for them wit!: French government factions pledged to at least partial support for the Algerian independence movement. Expressing determination io continue his mission despite the public outbursts, Mollet said: "1 will continue, myself, the conversations here as I announced on my arrival. He told a news conference he will "return again and again if necessary to bring peace to Algeria. The Premier plans to remain for the rest of this week and said he will visit other cities besides Algiers. Last night a crowd of about 1,500 demonstrators, mostly students, attempted to enter the summer palace where Mollet is staying. Police used tear gas to force the rioters back. (Continued from Page 1) tion and would result in scarcities! in years to come. They argued too; that there are no similar federal! controls on competing fuels such! as oil and coal. Opponents asserted that lifting controls would mean a 600 to 800 i million dollar hike in consumer! gas bills and a multibillion-dollar | "windfall to big oil companies owning most of the gas. Proponents say that consumers would be protected by a provision that pipelines wholesale rates to local distributing utilities must npt reflect more than a "reasonable market price paid to producers. The effect of the bill is to nullify a 1954 decision by u be Supreme Court that the FPC had a duty to fix wellhead prices for gas sold to companies for shipment through interstate pipe lines. Previously \ i the commission held that the 1938 ! interstate pipe lines; Previously the commission held that the 1938 | Natural Gas Act did not give it i such authority. A 4-1 majority of i the present commission backed the ' legislation. Toastmasters Meet | Thursday Night Speakers at Thursday's meetinr of Blythevilie Toastmasters Glut' j 1204 will include Paul Hughes, Bil' | ilcCaughey, Rudy Vrska. 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The Bishop of : Monaco will celebrate the Roman Catholic nuptial mass. Miss Kelly is scheduled to finish "High Society" with Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra March 10 and leave fo. her family home in Philadelphia. She sails April 4 for Monaco. U.N. Council Backs Sudan UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. Iffl — The new African republic of Sudan today had the unanimous approval of the U. N. Security Council on its bid for U. .N membership. The United States, Britain and France proposed acceptance yesterday and Russia supported the bid. The U. N. General Assembly is expected to vote in Sudan as the 77th member when it meets next fall. Sudan, with a population of 10 million, become an Independent republic Jnn. 1 after 57 yenns under joint British end Egyptian rule. 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