The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1950 · Page 11
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TITUKSDAT, TONE «, 1S50 Negro Enrolls In Texas School Two Are'Accepted After New Ruling By Supreme Court AfAUSTIN, Tex., June fl. (AD — %o]ni saundcr.i Chase of Austin yesterday became the first Negro to enroll as a student in the hitherto all-white University of Texas. Horace Lincoln Heath, 50-year old Waco Negro, followed Chase and became the .second member or his race lo enroll. Their acceptance ax studonl.s follows the United States supreme court's decision ordering the university to admit Herman Marion Sv-Tatt of Houston a.t a law student. Sweat I- does not plan to enroll in Hie university until next fall. Chase Seeks Master's Chase, who is seeking a mn.iter'J decree in architecture, moved in line with white students register- in^ for the summer session. He filled out the forms in the registrar's office aTiri enrolled. It wiw the same registrar's office where Swcatt appeared more than four years ngo, setting In motion the litigation that led this week to breaking down the Ions-existing barriers that barred Negrors ns students in Texas state schools. Application Rejected Whtn Sweatt first appeared, uni- £tieioRy officials rejected his appli- f ation, saying hta credentials were •II In order, but that Texas law »egregating the Negro and white race* in public,schools would not permit them to enroll him. Sweatt sued to force admission, Texas set up • state university for Negroes with R law school, and finally the US. Supreme Court ruled hi hte favor. GOING STRONG— Vlflorlo Emaniielc Orlando, of IlaJy, sole survivor of Versailles "Biff Four" of World War I, rc- lurns home after a. ride around Kome on his 90Ih birthday. Company Factories Op+rmting on Overt/m* BT. LOUIS, June 8. {#*) —International Bhoe Company factories em- jrtoying" more than 4,000 workers are operating on overtime schedules to meet the demand for early orders •a teX friM. TWe iroHc wwft ha* been boosted fr-om 40 to 50 hours at plants In Pa- 4\iG*h, Ky., St. Charles and Hannibal. The Qulncy, HI., plant has been placed on a 46-hour work week. AH o< the company's remaining 49 thf* manufacturing plants are operating on full schedule. The company said moat ol the overtime work has been on men'* and boys' dress shoes. Plants at CEP« Olrardean find Sikeston had been operating on 50, hour schedules since mid-May but ||frere reduced to 40 hours this week because of a tcmpotftry shortage of materials, the company 'reported. Science Seeks Answer To Glow ot Fire Fly OAK RIDGE, Tenn.. June 8. f/P)- Scietice wants to know what make? a fire-fly glow. Dr. Bernard ii. Strehter, R Johns Topkins University scientist, ordered 100,000 fireflies yesterday to try .o find out. He lold Oak Hirige youngsters he'd pay 25 cents a 100 for all the ve lightning bugs they bring In. Scientists know a substance called uciferln causes the fireflies to glow, but they don't know how the bugs make the stufj "That's what w« want to find out," Dr. Strehler said. "I think :his research should be very en- tghtenlng," Ths scientist ea!d he came here lecnnxe of a plentiful supply of ightnlng bugs in this area and Oak Ridge's excellent biology laboratory- MOVASLE LAMP — This lamp, shown *t Museum of Modern Art, New York, light* mn entire room from ceiling: and can b« lowered to floor for |' children's piny or reatlinff. Both black »nd whlta pepper come from the same plant, black lepper from unripened berries. Tht W-foot Rath bone Elm al Marietta, O., Is -said io be the nation's largest. f THK PROBATK COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT- MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Sstafe of Sidney K- !t\ r ans, decea.^pd Hst known address: 412 N. Fifil Street, BlythevUle, Ark. Date of death: April 15, IDflO- Th« - undersigned has been appointed administratrix o£ the above named .decedent. . A3Tpersons having claims n'galnst the estate mijst exhibit them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of l-hls notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice flrst published June 1, 1950. Annl« B. Miller, 413 N. Fifth Street, Blytheville, Ark. Frank O. Douglas, Atty. 6JI-8-15 Here's Our New Phon* Number 6817 CITY DRUG CO. MIRRORS RES1LVERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Blytheyille Glass & Paint Co. Phone 6716 O tD $TACC ^Straight Kentucky Bourbon in all its Glory! ^Naturally a finer driiik { > Never \ Soltl until ' , Four (4<) I'cars Old! Ami it's only $1.67 *l|.S .S Qi ss P608F. UNtuur siiticit lousiCK KKisHr. la! snte DISIIUINS co.. fsmuii. luiucir GASOLINE — TUACrOK FUKL — KEKO8BNE FUEL OIL — DlKSia KUEL OIL & GREASE G. 0. 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