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Memphis World: BWHS Boys Show Up For Boxing Practices
Fifty boys showed up for the first boxing practice of the season, called Monday, January 23, at Booker T. Washington High School
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: CAPITAL SPOTLIGHT
UNITED STATES SUPREME Court Justices Hugo Black. Felix Frankfurter, William O. Douglas and Sherman Minton are expected to rule
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Censor Binford Still Undecided About Film Ban
Memphis will have to wait another week for the decision of Lloyd Binford on the proposed showing of "Imitiation of Life." Mr.
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Chamber Breakfast Set For Feb. 12th At Del Morocco
Plans have just been completed for the "Know Your Neighbor Program," according to L. R. Johnson, president of the Memphis' Negro
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Chicago Dancer Found Frozen
Police last week were still trying to solve the mystery surrounding the death of a dancer, Dora Belita Moppins, whose frozen
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Church News
The Council met a Clayborne Temple AME Church January 18 and 19. The Woman's Missionary Society held a tea Wednesday, January 18
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Church News
Rev. E. K. Keyes, Pastor
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Circling The Bases With The Red Sox
By "GOOSE" CURRY Manager, Memphis Red Sox Club
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: City-Wide Youth Conference Tonite At Lincoln School
Students of the Memphis public schools, parochial schools, and colleges have been invited to participate in a City-Wide Youth
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Civil Rights Again
An old and wise friend of ours opines that the civil rights issue is "darn near worn out."
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Civil Rights Program Figures In House Rules Change Victory
Despite assertions that President Truman's civil rights program was not involveed, civil rights legislation figured to a great
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Cleveland Buckeyes Prexy Scores Baird Regarding Martin
Ernest Wright, President, Cleveland Buckeyes Baseball Club, has written Matty Brescia, Public Relations Director of the Memphis
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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