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Memphis World: Hampton Urges NAACP TO USE "LITTLE MAN"
LioHampton the famed orchestra leader, last week, warned Ray Wilthat the NAACP should include the "little man" in its fight for
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Hearings On Anti-Lynching Bill Resume Before Senate Committee
Hearings on antilynching legislation were resumed last Friday before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee, headed by Senator Harley
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Highlights At Manassas
COMING COMING COMING "MAMA'S BABY BOY"
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Hits Churches Which Deny Race Membership
Churches, whether Catholic or Protestant, that deny fellowship or membership en grounds of color of race "cannot be basically
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: HYDE PARK SCHOOL NEWS
Emma Jean King 5-3 Grade won third place in the Fire Prevention Contest. She had as her title; "Trash Fires Are Dangerous." The
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Identifies Dead Woman As Sister, But She's Found Alive
A man identified a dead woman on a lot at 12th and Brown Sts. as his sister on Jan. 1 and later found that the sister was alive
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Insurance Official Held For Embezzlement
Joseph Evans Jr., 26, district manager of the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance company, was booked here last week on charges
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: It's "E" Day For Soldiers; Army Edict Orders Equality
"Operation Equality" was ordered by the Secretary of the Army Gray here early last week a standing operating procedure which
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: J. H. WHITE LEAVES LANE TO HEAD COLLEGE IN MISSISSIPPI
Lane College's loss has become the gain of the newly organized Mississippi Vocational College at Itta Bena in the change of
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Jackie Signs With Dodgers Again; 1950 Contract Calls For $35,000
Jackie Robinson, number one baseball player of the National League, and Joe DiMaggio, number one ball player in the American
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Jim Thorpe Asks Boycott of AAU
Jim Thorpe, one of the greatest allround athletes in American sports history, has called for a boycott of the Amatuer Athletic
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Law Students Seek To Enter N'Carolina U.
Six North Carolina college law students, all natives of the state, descended upon the University of North Carolina here last
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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