The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 26, 1948
Page 5
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THCRSDAT, FEBRUARY 20. 1945 BLYTHRVn.LB Negro Low Student Studying Hard at Arkansas University; That's What Counts, Dean Says lly Mori Stern I'liili-d Press staff Corri'sponrirnl FAYKTTEVILLE. Ark.. Kob. 20. lU.I'.i— Yolilliflil bill Braying Silas Hunt auix>ars more conci-nu'd at the moment with the problems of * [minor serviceman Ui college than lie is with the Inflammable civil iiRlu.s tilt-slum. * — - ______ •,n!,""A r k "'' ;!4 -- vc; \'--"" i1 •'•'•">'•»vi Vrf^n hv " *«»<•'•<•«' |Hn.«lenl by beinii rurpini n.s a rouular Mujenl of , aw „, lhP u,,l- PI-SUV of AiKa,i, : ,,. !( t™|monal- -Jy-wluto Southern institmlcm. !> "RiKlit now I've- i;,,! u, think alicmt passing my com,,,-,'." Hunt said who,, sskcd what it is like brhiB in his touchy position ' •with his classmates. Hunt snvs It is sometimes difficult not beini! al ,i c ,„ comimn- notes with the | olller , lls t y ,' ar taw , d«,u l Uvnnm he- is seKvcsnied ,, , ' !l ° al , u '"< fs r ' a « i "!' >m . '" "V law , wnool bullrtUi'| i w , IU f, h lvns t ,'",'" , V "" °" 1C '' "'"' | at " !e «l'imf"<< > <l hnur. the proper ,. i instructor shows up to deliver RouiHlmft om hi.s fh-.sL monlli ai| lot .i m . p nr Pxp!ain thp the UiiH-er.suy.thr former Lion corn led UWIW |>|Tfr ,. no( who led a pninon of n.mbat en- ;but nmk hvt help pointing out lhat pincers ui Fr;mro. thr Netherlands this u l( uvidual addition seemed and Germany, is tackling as lou^h i M1 , wl . Lor , o th a| which nia*t Jn« a .set of obstacles as he hsi.s faced, i ^indents °ol in the frji-m or nspncy. real property |" Hum'lms been permitted (o use find mrnmal law. Hhp Sui( | Pnt union, and has been He lives, eats and suuiii's In a ! isMied a student acmity hook, which private home in the 200 member j admits students lo all rxira-cii Negro .section ol Fnyetieville. Be- j culiu 1 events, enuse the Negro population of this! Avoids Student Union O/nrk Mountain college (own hii.s I However, he dors not the stu- nlways been .sjnall there was con- dent renter or the activity bonk Md era hip doubt at that, he ex]>Iai])in« thsit lie must <levoli could fine) i\ plate uj stay. most of his time lo .studying, His room is .slmpty bin adequate- [ If yon can get him (o discuss )y furnished, with a bed, n table, a raciaf .se? regal ion his conversation small lamp, a chair and i\ dresser, is without emotionalism. He doubts PhotORraphs of two uhl friends that the problem can be .solved in fj-om home and a sroup picture ol this generation, but he think.*; (he his army buddies are on the dress- : solution would come about if non- er. :.segregation weve be^un on the low- While lie manages to keep pace est level of education- In kinripr- Votes Still Piling Up for Earl Long Kingfish's Brother Holds Two-ro-0n« Lead Over Sam Jones NEW ORLEANS, Fob. 26. IUP> — The iinlltlcsil conicbnck of Enrl Kemp Lx)t\K. youtiHOr Iji'utllc]' of iho Inlc Miifv !'. iKinsfislu LOIIK. look on pvon moro triumphant proi>or- (iotis today HS his margin of vicioi'y in I-oiLl.shinn's BUl^i'natoiial race piled iiiglior ami higher. « I^ojig's runoff oj>i>o]iej»l, .Siu» llnnslon Jones, yostt'idny conceded the IX'montuic nomination, tania- moiuil to clcclion. ns Lona took n cominnndliiK lead In Tuesday's balloting. For the btolher of the n-s-ias-sinnt- e<( (lie victory ended elsht years of political eclipse. Uate unofficial returns rolling in today from Long's strongholds. tl;e rinal parishes, made liis victory ov- e~^vheiininR, Returns from 1.502 of parted nr the Rrado. He tears lhat Arkansas may follow the Irxi of Oklahoma in eMah- lishiuc entirely separate schools for Negroes, nu action which has hcen upheld by the supreme court. The reaction amoiiK students ami faculty members tosviml Hunt's ]iresence on liic cuinpns ts mixed- Bnl must a^ree tt'illi Dean Lcflar. \vljo sa)d: "Hunt IK apparently upon studying law; that is nil that mailers to us" CasfiJcr in JCnoxvil/e ' Charged with Forgery KNOXV1I.I.K, Ti'iui., Feb. '26. - Ul»»—Lnverm- Hunvn, « casliler (or _' Kuoxvtllc (inn that WHK robbed 'I'Up.-sd;iy, \\ ns fire todny on $250 bond nfief stie \nix clntrned with forjiery )>y |X>.s(nl authorities. '1'tie puijlioiiiiuii of Miss Brown's "ui tie Mondn v in newsinipers In '•(innt'i'tinn with the robbery of the Reliable Hmnt' t'qttLpmi'iil Coiu- panv or $500 bronchi ixiusiiil In- .spi'ctois KI thr scene yesterday to the* state's 1.B78 puvincl.s gave I.<'n« XW.T21 vote.s io lB8,84:i for Jom-.s. Pie-rlerlion belliliR otids worn ihit'i 1 i<» one thai Ixins would win ami even money that ne would to^ up n lM).€0()-voto majority. l.oni! sfivi'd ll months as ROV- t'l'iioi' in ic&l when ho was olevut- n d from lieyjicnunt-iiiovernoi' to fojiipletf. the teiin of Gov. llichju-d 1 die, \*'ho iT.sisucri hi the Ixxii.s- iana sciuulals of 1W9-40. Hut In liHi) I.OMR lost, tho ROV- f'riuii'.K taei- lo .lonc.s. and )n 1944 he i an unsurci'.ssftilly for Heute- nant governor. ! Lonu'.s vk'tmy, fallowing lx>iHs- in iin's hoUi\sf nunpnti>n in yen is, \viis m;uto nnnpleto when lie carried I ho city of Nov»' Orleans, where Jones Juict (lir backinfi of thr city admhn.strntion. ,. I PAGB finery Miss Brown «b«u( > forced check. The woman admilied |« postal inspector M. 1). Hoadman thai she 'or«cd an onrtorseinent on » check miide out lo » Khl friend. Hondinan said the rase IK sche- [ rtulMi to mine up lor trial »n May I'ruilucllnn ol an fntiroly new lamlly of radlo-acllvc flemenls. "one of whlcli exist In umiiiv uml at least one of which promises lo he of Kroat Imiiortaiice for the fnttire *K atomic energy, has Ijeen anni>niu'0d. Hubbard's Invites You To See What's New In SPRING FURNITURE You II enjoy seeing the many new patterns and designs in fine furniture now on display here. The selections are bigger and better than ever before, featuring home furnishings designed and manufactured by America's leading makers . . . Brands that are a tradition with Hubbard's. Come in today and see for yourself. See If In Our Window Solid Mahogany -18th Century BED ROOM SUITE We Especially Urge You lo See Our Smart Selections of For Luxurious Beauty — Lasting Service Available in Full or Twin Sizes TABLES CHAIRS DESKS LAMPS COMING SOON? A gorgeous new selection of Axminister and Wi son Rugs in 12x12, 12x15 and 12x18. These rugs will be on display by the first of next week. Included are also a fine ?roup of ALEXANDER SMITH AXMINISTERS, in beautiful floral patterns, retailing at only $69.95. See the Gorgeous 1949 Radios Designed By PHILCO BUY HOW! PAY NEXT FAIL! HUBBARD & SON, FURNITURE Phnno AA(\Q ' Blytheville CHICAGO (UP) —III new »21,OUO Virrwoiy Inlcks aro. the I Hilling coillruplluiu .5|jic<? IK-I-Ii inkers s(>ld their hoise.s. the Mll- n Ilrewlnif Conljiany of Milwaukee ay* The strcamllni'd led irurk is itmmed In stainless .slei 1 ! an* airies 3t» cases. HIMI-AC1ION ^a job for'&m&'and the MENTHOLATUM TWINS HELF';'..^ j»t» sTpfoL •UIH OUT <l.f,l«. iis'ri you iiintitiLt n-liof 1.1 & NU ol lni>5i'iii I lie ji|ilr>;jn ») n\i\ tironcijil tiHii. mut eiUnii K rRvii-r kn.l chock* SIPTOL tVesaotfie irritated membranes... IH ri'll Jhllli iiiK f >r | rilrt lirtvo yniir ntiso thol, Iwn f.imous, fnal-ncting irt- Kr4'<]ii-iiuihiiL)iulpihinout Ihicfc mitniM, n-ikicu Hwelling, gootha crjlci.mtfjiiucrf menilir.inefi. 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