The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 22, 1949
Page 5
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TIRJRSDAY, DECEMBER 22, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FfVE Racial Test Case Before U.S. Court Texas Official Asks Southern States To Join in Fight AIjANTA, Dec. 22. (AP)—Texas' attorney general yesterday called on all southern states to band together in a light in the U.S. Supreme Court to preserve racial segregation : schools. In a letter to Georgia Attorney General Eii 8 enc Cook, the Texas official, I'ritv Daniel, warned that a •ijpxa.s CMS? limiting in the high Je'mrt would affect n state.s practicing scsreaaiion. lloman Sweat, a Texas Negro, is seeking entrance into Die University oJ Texas, now reserved for white s* ilent.s. He is asking the court to reverse it-s approval manp years nuo of the theory o[ ".separate but equal" facilities for Negroe.s. Hf ariines that separation it.sell is unjust discrimination and illegal Dnniel tooted that a dozen of the "national .so-called civil rights organizations have thrown tiieit v.ei iht by amicus curae briefs a<jai;i.u u.s" in the case to be heard in Washington Jan. 30. If Texas loses this case, Daniel sticl, '-your office and my office will be deluded with huv suits for entry \ by the two clubs. In the upper photo of Negroes into white colleges, high | Prank Abbott Jr., (leftl and Waleon scliools and grade schools." He suggested that Georgia and fitiHT southern states, either separately or jointly, file a brief note on the facts of the ease but defending the principle that separate facilities for Negroes are legal if they are siilmantially equal to those for whiles. Daniel quoted Attorney General Harry M:Mullan o,f North Carolina n.s .saying the Sweat case is the most important to the South since civil war days. ehabilitated Nose Knows >ow to Make Living LOS ANGELES, (AP) — John n. Idegnln won n new career by a ose. The 36-year-old Frenchman st Ills nose In 1942 while lighting gasoline stove. It, exploded, g his face. fiittegain couldn't get n lob af- r leaving the hospital. He entered :>s Angeles Coiinly's Ranclto Los mlgos as tin Indigent. "Why don't yon make yourself ose?" the manager of the rehabi- tation workshop nsked him. Ilidegain niatlc n plaster ol paris ist of his face. He wasliioned of modeling clay. liy pouring polyvynyl ehoride, a cxible, nontoxic plastic into it he ot a new nose, a product of his skill. Ho wears it proudly ouclicd up with cosmetics mid held is! with spirit Rum. Now Hile- ain Is fitting himself for a new ,tb—plaster molding. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Lust Time Today "GERONIMO" with Vrcston Foster ami Kllcn Drew News ,t Sliorl Friday & Saturday "MYSTERIOUS DESPERADO" nllli Tim Holt (.'arlomi :tml Serial NO TICE We Will Be Closed From Noon Saturday, Through Monday. OPEN TUES., DEC. 27 L.K.Ashcraft Co. —Courier News Photo TOR XEUDV — Three of the Blyilicvillc High School chapter of the Future Partners of America are shown repairing broken toys collected by member I of the Junior Chamber of Coin ] merce and the Kiwanis oluh to given to underprivileged child t n at the underprivileged chlldui ^ Christinas parly Saturday morning The party is co-sponsored imiiillj are working over a bicycle that will be given to some bt,y or .jii-3 at tile party. At right, Freddie Mill- iins is shown repairing a doll's hign chair that was donated as a gift. The party wilt be held at the Jaycee clubroom on North Second Street at 10 a.m. Saturday. 'S GROCERY and MARKET Time Expert Plays It Sate on Which is Year's Shortest Pay WASHINGTON, Dec. 22—(.'TV Winter arrived at 10:24 central standard time last night, with it the shortest day in the year. But which day; yesterday or tomorrow? Time experts aren't sure The fcllou' who cheeks on time for the IT. S. Naval Observatory says he's willing to bet yesterday was the shortest of the year in the Eastern time belt. But for the records, he's playing < earlh has its northern axis tilted it close. He'll just say yesterday | at its maximum away from the and today will be the shorte-st days j sun. This moment occurs each year There will be only a few seconds ! "''omul Dec. 21. The exact moment difference and it would take hours i lllis year was 11:24 o'clock last of tedious calculating to determine "ight. Eastern Standard Time which day actually will be the < That is so close to midnight shortest. I about half of the effect of the The difficulty is this: factors that, create the ciav Winter arrives at the moment the ! of lie year falls on the 21st and Dunne tiie Allied occupation ol Japan, an average of 15U.OOO.OOO texl-bouks have been printed every year. &* Foil men PiJBi.ic" snKviciT Cited for * high public service lo [ Aviation. Charles A. Lindbergh rc- !-ives the Wright Brothers Memorial trophy at a dinner of the Aero Club of Washington, at Washington. Presentation was by the National Aeronautic Association. The trophy is a replicn of the Wright brothers' Kitty Hawk plane mounted on a replica of the rock memorial at scene of the pioneer flight. (AP Wirephoto) NEW Box Opens Week D.iys 7:00 p,m IMnlince Sulurdny A Sundays , Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Con I. Showing Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "THE PARADINE CASE" with Gregory Perk ^ Also SlnirLs Friday 'HIT THE ICE" Mith liuil Atibnlt l.ou I'nslrllo anil Also Sliorls Saluniay "RANGERS OF CHEROKEE STRIP" Also Shorts liLYTHEVILLElS ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE. Last » 0|icn G:SO JIM MONEY inq .- FRI.-SAT . 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