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Memphis World: $200 Prize To LeMoyne Junior
A Junior at LeMoyne College, Eddie Scott, Jr., of 2963 Forrest, has been Judged second prize winner in the essay division of the
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: 'Friends' Raise $1,694 For Owen
A local group known as Friends to Education presented $1,694 to Owen college last week.
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: 'Upward Bound' At Lane College Is Awarded $112,760
The Office of Economic Opportunity approved a gram of Sure than 112 thousand dollars to support "Project Upward Bound" at Lane
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: Cong. Kuykendall Raps Dr. King!
Congressman Dan Kuykendall delivered a "Setting the Record Straight on Memphis" speech before the U.S. House of Representatives
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: Inside Memphis:
D-DAY IN MEMPHIS: Policemen were cooling it until things got out of hand lost Thursday morning. The sound of breaking glass, the
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: LeMoyne Readies Big Arts Festival
LeMoyne College's Cultural life Committee it planning an action-packed Spring Arts Festival scheduled for April 10-2O, according
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: Local NBL Members Put $1,600 In Pot For Strikers
George A. Stevens, president of the Memphis chapter of the National Business league, announced last week that a special campaign
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: Rev. Kyles Joins Rights Committee
Three new members have been appointed to the Tennessee State Advisory Committee to the U S. Commission on Civil Rights, it was
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: Riot Victim Buried
They buried Larry Payne, 16, Tuesday of this week. Larry, a silent reminder of last Thursday's spree of violence, was mowed down
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: STRIKE SETTLEMENT SOUGHT
Two months of boycotting, picketing, marching and speech making, topped off by the Big March last Thursday that ended in a
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: U.S. Supreme Court Extends Its One-Man One-Vote Doctrine
The Supreme Court extended its one man, one vote doctrine Monday to the grass roots level of elected county and city
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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Memphis World: [Well known] Barber, John Woolen, Dies
Funeral services were held Saturday for a well-known barber. John T. Wooten. who died March 27 at John Gaston Hospital.
 
Apr 6, 1968
 
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