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Memphis World: Pres. Truman Praises Masons
President Harry S. Truman, in a telegram to Amos T. Hall, president of the Grand Masters Conference of Prince Hall Masons,
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: COURT RULES VICTOR IN DISPUTED BALLOT CASE
Superior Court Judge J. Arthur Baker ruled last week that Laurence H. Banks, candidate for city council in Ward 9 the heavily
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: GANG WAR STRIKES HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Two gangs have been plying on extortion racket among the students of Banneker Junior High and GarnetPatterson High School for at
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Education Chief, Howard U. Prexy D. C. Speakers
President Mordecai W. Johnson of Howard university, and U. S. Commissioner of Education Earl J. McGrath were the principal
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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Memphis World: Ethel Waters Narrowly Escapes Injury
Ethel Waters one of the stars of "The Member of the Wedding," at the Empire Theatre here, escaped injury last Wednesday night by
 
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: Union Group Bolts Action Of Clique Endorsing Dixiecrats
An independent group of Negro longshoremen, cabinet members of Local No. 1419, General Longshore Workers (AFL), last week bolted
 
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: Va. Civil Rights Proposals Have Church Backing
The civil rights proposals, which Delegate Armistead L. Boothe, of. Alexandria, has announced that he will introduce in the
 
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: 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: Va. Women Seek To Rename Girl's School.
A request has been submitted to the state legislature by the Virginia State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs to change the
 
Jan 27, 1950
 
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