Morris v. Williams (1945)
[p704] Thurgood Marshall, of New York City, and J.R. Booker, of Little Rock, Ark. (William H. Hastie, of Washington, D.C., Edward R. Dudley, of New York City, and Myles A. Hibbler, of Little Rock, Ark., on the brief), for appellants.
A.F. House, of Little Rock, Ark. (Baucum Fulkerson and William Nash, both of Little Rock, Ark., on the brief), for appellees.
Luther Ely Smith and Victor B. Harris, both of St. Louis, Mo., and Nanette Dembitz, of Washington, D.C., on behalf of American Civil Liberties Union, amicus curiae.
Before JOHN BENJAMIN SANBORN, JOSEPH WILLIAM WOODROUGH, and SETH THOMAS, Circuit Judges.
[Opinion of the court by Judge THOMAS.]