Southern School News-July 1957

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Southern School News-July 1957

Description

The NAACP posted a $5,000 bond with the district clerk as Judge Otis T . Dunagan filed his "findings of fact and conclusion of law." The two steps were needed before the NAACP appealed to the State Court of Civil Appeals at Texarkana. Further appeal could be made to the state supreme court and then to U. S. Supreme Court. The NAACP requested a 30-day extension to file exceptions to Judge Dunagan's findings. The NAACP is now free to carry out its purpose as it did before last Sept. 19, 1956.

Subject

Bond posted by NAACP to bring state ouster case to a close.

Source

“Court Is Asked To Set Date In Houston Case,” Southern School News, 4. no. 1 (1957): 11. Accessed April 20, 2015.
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Publisher

Southern School News

Date

1957-07

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