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fWURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, WW BIYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THRBH All Quiet as Deadline Passes at AlabamaU.; Legal Action. Hinted TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — The 48 hours which a Negro > coed gave the University of Alabama to re-admit her as a student expired without immediate comment from school officials today. • •_ ——* Autherine Lucy, excluded "until further notice" for safety reasons after Monday's disturbances, threatened legal action if she were not readmitted. She has expressed determination to return to the campus even though a school official said a mob was "trying to kill her" Monday. Neither the 26-year-old Birmingham woman nor her attorney had Commodity And Stock ^ Markets- New York Cotton Mar 3527 3533 3518 3533 May 3464 3418 3463 3478 July 3371 3378 3364 3378 Oct 3190 3190 3172 3187 New Orleans Cotton '— Mar 3531 3539 3525 3542 May July Oct . 3474 3464 3474 3379 3364 3379 3188 3188 3169 3184 . 3466 . 3370 Chicago Wheat Mar .... 214J4 May .... 209 y. 215 210!4 213V S 214'/ 209>/ 8 210 Chicago Corn Mar .... 129!' 4 130 129 May .... 133!'a 1337, 132y 8 Chicago Soybeans Mai- May July Sept .. 249 .. 252'i .. 254 .. 2401", 249'i 253^ 254>/4 249 252'; 253 w 240=i 129?', 249!.'., 252% 254 241 New York Stocks A T and T 182 1-2 Amer Tobacco 783-4 Anaconda Copper 67 7-8 Beth Steel 141 1-2 Chrysler '•* Coca-Cola 123 Gen Electric 56 Gen Motors 43 1-2 Montgomery Ward 86 3-8 N Y Central 40 3-4 Int Harvester 37 5-8 Republic Steel 43 5-8 Radio, , 42 3-8 Socony Vacuum 61 received any communication from the university late last night. Miss Lucy attended her first classes last Friday after she was enrolled In obedience to a federal court order. Disorders beginning that night flared throughout Mon- Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears . .... U S Steel . 183 1-2 The Board of Trustees said in a statement that Miss Lucy was excluded for her own safety, and that of other students and of the faculty. Reported to Governor It appeared possible that if Miss Lucy brings court action, university officials will contend they acted under broad police powers. Jeff Bennett, assistant to University President O. C. Carmichael, reported to the governor's of- iice yesterday that members of a mob were screaming, " 'Let's kill her,' and were trying to open the car doors." The car in which Miss Lucy was being driven across the campus by Bennett and Sarah Healy, dean of women, was spotted by members of the mob. Widows of the car were smashed by rocks, and Bennett narrowly escaped serious injury. "In my opinion those who were there to kill her weren't students" although students were in the crowd, said Bennett. He wouldn't try to identify the outsiders. Deplored by AH" President Eisenhower said at press conference yesterday that the rioting was "an outbreak that all of us deplore." He added that he hopes Alabama officials Will be able to settle it without "interference" from outside. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., I,F«—USDA — Hogs 8.500; strong to higher; bulk mixed U. S. Nos. 1. 2 and 3 180-230 Ib 12.75-'3.50; some 0 mostly Nos. 1 and 2 Its 13.5x grade: about 300 head mostly Nos. 1 -mid 2 around 200-225 Ib 13.75; about 35 head mostly No. 1. 13.85: mixed grade 230-210 Ib 11.15-13.00; soine mostly Nos 1 and 2, 13.25: few 270-300 Ib, mostly Nos. 2 and 3 grade 11.50-12.00; 140-170 Ib 11.2512.50- 110-140 Ib 9.50-11.25: sows 400 Ib down 10.15-11.25; heavier sows 9.15-0.50; boars over 250 Ib 6.507.50; lighter weights to 8.50. Cattle 1,300. calves 600; steady to higher; most steers merely good shorlfeds 16.25-18.00 including- load 1200 Ib 17.50; several lots utility and commercial kinds 14.00-15.2a; short load 14.00 being strictly utility Jew lots medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 15.00-17.00: some held considerably above 17.00 few lots good feeder steers 15.5016.00; part load good feeder heifers 15.00; bulk utility and commercial cows 11.00-12.50; individual commercial cows to 13.00; canners and cutters 8.50-11.00; top cutters up to 11.50; utility and commercial bulls 12.50-14.50; good and choice vealers 22.00-28.00; lower grade mainly 14.00-22.00; odd prime to 32.00. ( ' i~" I He said the Justice Department n 7 n ^ alread - v looking into the rioting , as it does "automatically, when ^ anything comes up that might affect federal law." The telephone at Miss Lucy's Birmingham home rang both with calls from well-wishers and people making threats, she reported. •'Someone called and asked if this was my brother - in - law's house," she said. "They said to put that Lucy gal out because Baby Strangles PAIMYRA, Pa. (*Pi — Nineteen- month-old Edward Hite slipped between two horizontal bars of a full- sized bed yesterday and strangled almost instantly, reported the family physician. Dr. James Gallagher. 'we're coming to get lier' " "Somebody else said, 'Let me speak to lucy. We're going to get that nigger out of town' " An offer of. a scholarship to University of Copenhagen came from the Danish League of Tolerance, a society of Danish scientists, scholars' and authors. "I told them my plans were to attend the University of Alabama but if I was unable to do so I would consider that," Miss Lucy said. Carlisle Child's Death Reported OSCEOLA — Word has been received here of the death of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Carlisle, former Osceola residents. The child was born recently hi a Honolulu hospital. Mr. Carlisle is with the Army in Hawaii. Thurman Honey Rites Tomorrow Services for Thurma Honey, 58, will IK conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Howard Funeral Service Chapel 1 by the Rev. W. L. Rains. Burial will be in* Memorial Park Cemetery. He died yesterday in Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis. Born in Ravenden, Ark., he had made his home in Jonesboro the past eight years. _____ Surviving are rour brothers, Homer Honey of Memphis, A. R. Honey of Sparks, Nev., T. R. Honey of San Pablo, Calif., and E. B. Honey of San Francisco; and two sisters, Mrs. Bertie Rexroad of Pocahontas and Mrs. Katie Faught of Blytheville. Former Minister Here Passes DANCES IN TEXAS — Lana Jo Applebaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum, former Osceola residents, has auditioned to dance at a bi-centennial celebration in Liberty, Tex. The Ap- plebaums now live in Houston. Vice President Richard Nixon and Texas Qov. Allen Shivers will be on hand for the Liberty festival.' War I Veterans Meet Sunday Veterans of World War I will meet Sunday at the Hut at 2 p.m., C. S. Baggett announced today. Baggett, local commander,, announced he has some late informa- j tion to pass on to members. Parents Blamed BOISE, Idaho iiFi — The Clock, monthly publication written and edited by inmates at Idaho State Penitentiary, says lack of parental supervision is the major cause of juvenile delinquency. An article in The clock's February issue says parents who "don't have time to make their children teel as if they were part of the things" must take the brunt of the blame if their kids turn out wrong. FIREPLACE SHELF The mantelpiece originally was shelf over the fireplace, with pegs attached to it on which wet mantles, or other articles of , clothing, were hung to dry. The Unhappiest Person in the World.. Is the chronic akholic who ha? a perpetual yearning to enjoy life as he once knew it, but. can not free his life from alcohol. He has a heart-breaking obsession that, someday, by some miracle, he will be able to break from this habit which has enslaved him. Alcoholism It's victims usually are forced to wage a losing battle .... not only against-the ravages of the ^diseases, but also' a'Minst'tlic ignorance of a society which refuses to regard the alcoholic as a diseased person. This ailment lias defied the resources of our best research organizations and medical science. Alcoholics continue to suffer when they fail or refuse to recognize their illness because of the stigma which has been attached to its name through centuries of neglecting to treat alcoholism as a disease. The fact is that alcoholics, for reasons yet obscure, have lost the power of choice in drink. His will-power becomes non-existant. He is unable to remember the price he paid for his last period of drinking and he is without defense against the first drink. And though there are institutions and individuals which sometimes offer aid to the alcoholic, it remains for the alcoholic himself to find the answer. ' Alcoholism is an illness, an obsession of the mind coupled with an allergy of the body. It is a shattering sickness—physical,.emotional and spiritual. How to control the obsession which compels him to drink against his will is the problem of the alcoholic. This message is directed only to those to whom alcohol has become the biggest problem in life. IP ALCOHOLISM is a serious problem to you and you want to stop drinking and are willing to let some who have had this problem explain it to you .. • write Box 873, Blythevillc. All mail is confidential and we prefer to remain anonymous. The Rev. George W. Patterson, First Christian Church minister at Corinth, Miss., died yesterday at 10 a.m. He formerly was a minister in Blytheville for a period of lour years. Services will be conducted Friday at First Christian Church in Corinth. Plane Missing In Antarctic Is Sighted ABOARD USS AHNEB. enroute to New Zealand (IP}— An Operation Deepfreeze airplane missing since last Friday has been sighted from the air. All seven men aboard are "believed well." Rear Adm. George J. Dufek, commander of the U.S. Navy's task force for the anarctic expedition, announced today the missing single-engine Otter had been sighted by a search plane. Dufek said the craft was spotted on King Edward Peninsula east of the Rockefeller Mountains, 100 miles east of Operation Deepfreeze's main base at Little America V. The search plane, also an Otter, was unable to land at the site and headed back to the base after messaging its finding. Dufek immediately ordered two helicopters to the scene. The plane disappeared while flying from Marie Byrd Land to Little America with some members of a trail-blazing party whose vehicles had broken down. Army Enlistees May Name Post Set. Mike Frost, of Blytheville Army Recruiting Station, said today he has been authorized to enlist prior service personnel to serve at the post of their choice. They may choose a location anywhere in the Fourth Army area, he said. That would include states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. Thus, re-enlisting veterans may select one of more than 20 army installations. Additional information may be acquired at the Army Recruiting Station in City Hall. Teardrops Fall In Divorce Suit LOS ANGELES W)—Both Samuel Glassman, 46, and his attorn- ney broke into tears during the public accountant's divorce trial. Superior Judge Walter Odemar called a recess until Glassman and Atty. Bernard B. Bunny Cohen composed themselves. The attorney later apologized, explaining he was "very close to the case." When Mrs. Patsy, Glassman, 35, attempted to break 'up her daughter's crush on a junior high school teacher she ended up by falling in love with the teacher herself, Glassman contends. Glassman- says his wife told him the teacher, Leroy Byers, 32, was "the light of my life." Crippled Plane Makes Port i PHILADELPHIA Wi — A Trans j World Airlines Super G Constellation with 59 passengers arid a crew of six aboard flew 100 miles yesterday on just two of its four engines to make an emergency landing at| Philadelphia international Airport. | The pilot. Capt. C. T. Morris, 32, of Kansas City, said the two engines, one on each side, failed within 18 seconds of each other while he was flying at 18,000 feet above Harrisburg, Pa. Cause of the engine failure was unknown. The passengers, bound from New York to St. Louis, were transferred to another flight. Read Courier News Classified Ads. SHADY LADY - Hiding Irer bathing suit behind a model metal canopy is "Miss Shady Lady of 1956," otherwise known as model Shirley Galpin, She got her title from the National Metal Awning Association, meeting at Miami Beach, Fta. Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Thursday & Friday at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Sat, Night 10:30 Sunday & Monday HERBERT J.YATES prtienli MM STEVE SHERIDAN-COCM Come next Spring TWC01M H cmnUM r« MCMMRER ••(KM WQWWI • SOWn MB ^Mt^lTficOUCtlOII Traffic Cases Top Pemiscot Court Docket CARUTHERSVILLE — Harold E. Hunt was fined $10, plus costs, after pleading suilty in Pemiscot County Magistrate Court here this week. to permitting i\n unauthorized person to operate his car. Violet Smith was fined $5, plus costs, after pleading guilty to allowing an unlicensed person to drive a motor vehicle. Other fines along with payment of costs upon guilty pleas were as follows: Fred B. Huey, careless and reckless driving, $5. Edward A. Rutt, no auto license, $5. James H. Woodson, no trailer tail license, $5. Kirby VanAusdall, expired auto license, $5. Louis McDonald, careless and reckless driving, 510. Albert L. Holcomb, game violation, S5. Charlie Robinson, ?25 and five days in jail. Floyd Bruce, no truck license, S5. C47 Explodes On Take-Off; One Crewman Killed CHEY1NNE, Wyo. Ifi — A C47 transport from Nortion Air Force Base in California . exploded while taking off today and killed one ol the nine men aboard. Authorities at Warren Air Force Base here said the other eight escaped with minor injuries but were hospitalized for observation. Names were withheld pending notification of kin. The twin engine plane was en route from Norton base at San Bernardino, Calif., to Chicago and had landed to refuel. The cause of the blast had not been determined. Collision Noted An early morning accident was reported by police today. At 1:30 a.m., cars driven by Bill Trotter, of 109 W. Cherry, and Norbert Blankenship, of 309 E. Kentucky, collided at the corner of 5th and Walnut. Extensive damage was done to the front end of Trotter's car. Blankenship's vehicle was crushed on the right side. IT'S GRAND, AT 3 OR 103—Who said Christmas is just for kids? Certainly not Maximillian von Stephany of Cincinnati. Ohio, who's seen 103 Christmas Days. "Young or old, Christmas SENATORS (Continued from Page T» terday that "in certain fields I anl .lire we are well ah«ad of tha other side" and "in certain fields I think they are probably ahead of us." "I believe we may be ahead at !he Soviets in defensive missiles," Jackson commented, "but there is grave reason to fear Russia is ahead of us in offensive missiles." caii'i htip bi'lng-wondiiflul, he says. There' left in all of us, and Christmas warms it up." STRANGE TRIO—Here's graphic proof of the unusual friendship that has grown among "Flocki," the dog. "Murr," the cat and "Moritz," the turtle. The three pets are shown eating from the same plate at their owners' home in West Berlin, Germany. Modern Sir Walter ROCHESTER, N.Y. OT — A limousine stopped for a red light at a slushy intersection, blocknig a crosswalk. A woman, waiting to cross the street, calmly opened the rear door of the limousine, stepped in, patted the driver on the back as she passed, opened the opposite door, steped out, and continued on her way. Fulbright Files For Re-Election LITTLE ROCK </P) — Sen. Fulbright D-Ark has filed to run for a third term Democratic nomination. The junior senator's anti-corrupt practices and party pledges were receive dhere today with his $2,500 filing fee-, said the Secretary of State's office. FuUiright Is the first member ol the Arkansas congressional delegation to enter next summer's Democratic primaries. No other candidate has filed for Fulbright's post. Tile U.S. Army's first aviation school opened at College Park, Md.. in 1911. 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Paine officiating. Surviving are his wife Anna and one daughter. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Dan CleggeH Services for Dan Cleggett, 54, wiU be held Sunday afternoon at 1:30, at Second Baptist Church in Burdette, Rev. R. T. Shipp officiating. Home Funeral Home will be in charge of the Sandy Ridge Cemetery 'burial. The area of Peru is equal to that of France, Italy, and Spain combined, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In BlytheviHe Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts T:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature PLUS SELECTED SHORTS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature For Grins and Giggles SPICED WITH MUSIC AMD GUE — HEflE'S A PICTURE YOU OUGHT TO SCR! Starring JERRY WALLACE PAT MtRtYNOLDS —CORA RtOC Hobii Stitpp anjlht _ AND — AFRICAN THRIll ADKHniKE! JOHNNY WEISSMULIER ' •«w? «. 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