The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1956 · Page 10
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fAGH EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 19M Negro to Renew Fight to Enter U. of Alabama NEW YORK (AP) — Autherine Lucy says she will return South "within the next week" and renew her fight to enter the all-white University o£ Alabama. "I cannot see any reason I abandon my sole purpose of ob tnining an education within th meaning of the decisions oi th Supreme Court of the Unite States." Her lips trembled and her voic quavered as she read her state ment. In Birmingham, Ala., mean while, four men filed suits askin four million dollars damages fro) Miss Lucy, the National Assn. 10 the Advancement of Colored Peo pie and others.-The four charge they were falsely accused of tak ing SOUTHLAND (Continued from Page 1) side Greyhound Club, which ha: held an operating permit for doi racing in West Memphis since 1935 but hasn't sent a greyhound to thi post in 15 years. The club's suit for injunction stil is pending before the Chancer Court. The Supreme Court mererj dissolved Judge Rorex's restrain ing order; it didn't pass on the merits of the complaint. In its formal statement announcing compliance with Chancellor Smith's order, the Racing Commission took notice of Gentry's handling of the case, saying: "The commission had no alternative other than to grant a permit. The commission waited until one minute before midnight to see whether or not Atty. Gen. Gentry would comply with the request made by the commission to file the appeal and ask a 'stay order' in the Supreme Court. Since this was not done, the permit had to be grEnted and was granted." After Chancellor Smith held that the Racing Commission overstepped Its authority in rejecting Southland's original application for a franchise Gentry announced that he would take the case to the Supreme Court. Yesterday, in arguing that Judge RoreK's order be set aside, Gentry said he "most assuredly" would appeal the Smith decision. However, he ignored two official requests by the commission to hasten the appeal, and seek a Supreme Court order staying Judge Smith's directive. If Gentry follows through on his announced intention to appeal, he must do so before March 12. The fight over the franchise began last December when the Racing Commission turned down Southland's request for a permit. The commission acted shortly after Gov. Faubus had fired 10 commissioners, re-nppointed five of them, and selected five new ones. At the time, the commission also was embroiled in a controversy surrounding the Oaklawn Park franchise, and Faubus wished to make certain that his views would receive consideration. The commission rebuffed Southland on the ground that dog racing isn't in the "best interests of the stote." That's where it erred, ruled Judge Smith, who held onl the Legislature was authorized to determine wherein lie Arkansas' best interests. He ordered the commission to prove that Southland had failed to meet statutory moral and financial requirements for track, operators or grant the franchise 1 within 20 daj's. her from the university Feb. 6. Suspended The school suspended, M Lucy the same day. Last Wedne day, however, Federal Judge Hobnrt Grooms ordered her re: slated. But before she could r enter, the university trustees € pelled her. They said she false accused school officials of consp ing with the mob to keep her 01 Miss Lucy flew to New Yo Thursday with NAACP Atty. Thu good Marshall. He said she worn out and needed "rest, pea and quiet." ——"Legal StcpB Available" Newsmen were, not allowed question Miss Lucy at a brief ne' conference. "I have been advised by r lawyers that there are legal ste available to me to test the valid! or invalidity of this latest acti< by the board of trustees. I ha therefore authorized them to ta whatever steps are necessary f this purpose." She said she plans to return Birmingham "within the ne week." Obituary Little Progress In Strike Talks WASHINGTON (#>) — Continue slow progress was reported today i government efforts to settle the 139 day Westinghouse Electric Corp itrike. There were hints a major brea: n the taJks may come over th veekend, but this could not be of icially confirmed. Mediators in charge of the talks kept silent. They kept mediation sessions going last night until nearly mid ight, in the second straight nigh' session. About 55,000 Westinghouse workers have been idle in 40 plants since last October. The bulk of the strikers are represented by the AFL-CIO International Union o; Electrical Workers IUE, the union engaged in the peace talks here. RACE •(Continued from Page 1) decision was taken illegally. It has been reported that the commission intends to again revoke the permit, but last night's developments might well alter that decision. Southland President Cecil Ray Edmonds said last night that he hopes to open the track's first 40- day season on , April 1G. But, there could be a lot more dog fighting, before there's any dog running at West Memphis. SCENE STEALER-Some top British television stars refuse to work with buxom Rochelle Lofting because they say *he steals the show, which is natural. After all, her measurements are 42-23-36, and that's hard to beat. Rochelle is shown above studying posture in London before leaving for the U.S. and a TV appearance. Infant Tinker Boy Dies in Hospital Infant James Troy Tinker, son o Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tinker, 61 N. Seventh St., died in Chicknsaw ba Hospital last night eight hour after his birth. The child is survived by his par ents and one brother, Dwain, nln years of age. Services will be held at Cobb Fu neral Home chapel at 2 p.m. tomorrow. The Rev. Harold Eggens perger will conduct services. Bur ial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Railroad Freight Rate Hike Okayed WASHINGTON I*—The nation' railroads had permission today U boost by 6 per cent the rates the* charge for most freight they hau across state lines. In the fastest general rate in crease action on record, the Inter state Commerce Commission yes terday authorized the increase k become effective next Wednesday On many farm commodities and some minerals, the ICC ordered the rate increase held under 6 per cent. The same increases were author ized also for domestic water car riers. The railroads had sought a flat per cent rate rise, citing increased Itbor and materiai costs. Seeking quick action, they had offered to refund the increased charges if the ICC found later that they were not lustified. But the ICC closed the case late yesterday with a finding that general 6 per cent rate advance was warranted by operating expense increases "amounting to r.ore than 500 million dollars annually." The new rates thus are tot subject to refunding. Industry officials estimated the CC order would result in hiking reight billings by about 423 mil- Ions a year. Hurricane-Type Winds Lash Northwest US SEATTLE (ff) — Hurricane-force nnds, lightning and heavy rain wooshed across the Pacific Northwest coastal area last night in a rief storm which did widespread minor but little real damage. Worst hit by the 70 to 81 mile-an- lour winds and spectacular lighting display were trees, utility poles nd transformers. The net result 'as widespread blackout of rural esidential areas, blockaded roads nd many frightened persons who tooded newspapers and police with hone calls . No immediate reports of personal njury were received although the torm raged from southern Oregon southern British Columbia, in arying intensities. Oregon coastal regions reported •inds of 70 mile velocities. Seattle weathered a sustained ilow of approximately 75 miles an lour for an hour or more, with one icious gust recorded at 81 miles an iour at the Seattle-Tacoma Inter- iational Airport. EVANGELIST GRAY —Revival services will be conducted at Church of the Nazarene Monday through the following Sunday by Rev. Victor Gray, of Chattanooga, Tenn. Services will be held at 7:30 p.m. each day and at 1 a.m. Tuesday through Friday. A local choir will assist Evangelist Gray and Rev.~J. Louis Errimert, church pastor. Rev. Gray has superintended the East Tennessee District of the international church of the Nazarene since 1949. His and Hers COLUMBIA, S.C. tfP)—Mrs. W. B. Harvey Jr. graduated from the University of South Carolina magna cum laude last June. Not to be outdone, her husband now has graduated from the University law school with similar honors. technical information." Some of the nation's leading scientists, he said, have accepted in- itations to participate In the discussions, which will deal with regulations that Moss said "might un- iccessarily restrict the flow of :echnological know-how and the availability of information on nu- lear energy." SEWING MACHINE VII I Ar.p—A treadle-type sewing machine was used to chisel this miniature village from soft wood. Here's how: A tiny chisel (insert), one sixteenth of an inch wide and one inch long, replaces the needle in the sewing machine. Operator controls the cutting speed with the treadle. Chisel cuts soft wood like a knife cutting butter. It can cut perfect circles and the most intricate patterns. One blade will cut up to 30,000 running feet of wood before wearing put, and it's possible to use it for cutting thin sheets of aluminum or copper. Village above was fashioned by William Koenig of Pittsburgh., Pa., who began the hobby 25 years ago. The tiny chisel is called a jig-saw needle for sewing machines. POLITICS Mew Red Tape 'robe Planned WASHINGTON W>j—A congres- onal subcommittee will start hear- ngs next week on complaints that overnment red tape is slowing own TI.S. progress in science. The House Government Opera- ons subcommittee, headed by Rep. | :oss D-Calif., has been looking into j ivernment information policies. I Moss said in a statement the earings, set for next Wednesday, hursday and Friday, will be in the ature of "an informal discussion the availability of scientific and SUIT OF CLOTHES-Bosomy Italian screen siren Sophia Loren is being sued by a tailor in Rome. He says he decked Sophia, her mother and sister out in ciothes at the start of her movie career. In return, he says, he would.get picture credits as her tailor. She was also supposed to pay for the material. Sophia shrugs off the suit as a "publicity stunt." Cullison Bicycle Shop We repair all makes Bicycles & Tricycles. We carry a complete line of parts for all make bikes. Phone 2-6122. Across from Kroger RENT: FLASH CAMERAS MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE •2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 S&E SUPER MARKET Highway fl North Wt Deliver—Phone 3-9663 • Modern Self Service Facilities ! • Choice Meat* t Finwr Product • Quality Groceries • Frozen Foods Enjoy Modern, Self-Service Shopping with no parking problem at any time. Shop S ft I for Quality. Rev. Victor Gray of Chattanooga, Tenn. for REVIVAL March 5-11 7:30 p.m. Nightly Morning Service: Tuesday thru Friday 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Everyone Welcome! Rev. Victor Gray Church of the Nazarene JOl S. Pint St. Blytheville, Ark. REV. J. LOUIS EMMERT, Pastor (Continued from Page 1) of enough independent electors to prevent either major party from .etting an electoral college ma- ority. Win Go to House Under those circumstances, 'ellers said in Washington, the election would go to the House where each state would have one vote. This, he said, could bring House election of a conservative to the presidency. Fellers said "we do not" regard Eisenhower as a conservative. In Charleston, S.C., Gen. Mark Clark (Ret.) said it smelled to him like a "stop Ike" movement and he wanted no connection with it. Clark has been listed as a member of For America's policy committee, in Dallas, H. Dan Smoot, a For America cochairman, said the new plan .was "not necessarily a stop-Ike" drive. Paint Closeout MWIT Types And Colon \ Price Hubbard Hardware Read Courier News Classified Ads. To Stay Around NEW YORK (fl-NBO-TV plant to have Joe Gates, producer and director of "The $64,000 Question" perform the same tasks on one of the network's summer spectacular!. The robin consumes about IB feet of earthworms daily, which totals more than his own weight. REVIVAL SERVICES Now in progrrtSTTVhere: Pentecostal Assembly, 1815 E. Main Street. Time: 1:45 each evening. Everyone is Invited to attend. Preaching will be done by Rev. W. C. Van Bibber with the help of others. Moses Art Classes 316A S. Lake St. Blytheville, Ark. Mrs. K. M. Moses, Instructor Classes Start Man., March 12 CLASS INSTRUCTION $5.00 Per Month PRIVATE INSTRUCTION $1.00 Per Specializing in Child Instruction For aches, pains, cuts, bruises, burns, colds, headaches, bites and stings, try Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment Available at vour favorite drug cuuntet C. G SMITH PKODUCTS CO. 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 built 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. DR. J. TROY PAYNE wishes to announce the removal of his office from Walls Hospital to THE CHICKASAWBA CLINIC In association with DR. W. 0. GREEN 903 Chickasawba Try a Texaco Service Station See or Call Us For a Texaco National Credit Card LET US POWER YOUR FARM We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN "YOUR TEXACO MAN" Rlytheville Phone 3-3391 Joiner PKone 2421 YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MARY WITH A Ci.OTH£Si./N£.. anymore , honyou can keep o tornado from hitting your.house. But you can buy insurance - the right kind, in the right amount. We'll be glad to advise. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. 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