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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: Five Africans Believed Killed In Mine Cave-In
A cave in at Wesselton mine here last Wednesday is believed to have cost the lives of five African miners. One miner was brought
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Negro Division To Hold Kick-Off For Children's Hospital Drive Feb. 3rd
Plans began to shape up for the Negro Division of the Le Bonheur Children's Hospital Campaign this week with announcement by
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Muriel Rahn Sings Rol'e The Barrier
Muriel Rahn sang the role of Cora beautifully in the musical drama, "The Barrier," based on the play, "Mulatto," by Langston
 
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: Boy, 14, Victim Of Russian Roulette
A 14-year old boy was shot to death here last week after playing with his brother.
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Family Reunion At J. D. Bonner's Home
The spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bonner, 335 Lucy Street, was the scene of a happy family reunion last Sunday, Jan. 22,
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: D. C. Group Fetes New NCNW Officers
Washington elite turned out in large numbers last Saturday night to attend the reception given by the Intercultural committee of
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: CRITTENDEN FARMERS IN MEET-MARION
A county-wide meeting for Negro farmers of the Tri-State area was held last Tuesday morning at the P. S. Phelix High School gym-
 
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: Alabama State Defeats Clark Cagers, 53-35
Harleteen Stamps and James Hall poured 16 and 12 points, respectively, into the hoops last Saturday night as the Alabama State
 
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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