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* [[November 10]]: [[Bobby Horton]], musician and music historian
 
* [[November 10]]: [[Bobby Horton]], musician and music historian
 
* [[November 12]]: [[Larry Donaldson]], engineer and [[Alabama Theatre]] volunteer
 
* [[November 12]]: [[Larry Donaldson]], engineer and [[Alabama Theatre]] volunteer
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* [[Buddy Anderson]], [[Vestavia Hills High School]] football coach
 
* [[Anthony Barnes]], [[Birmingham Water Works]] Board president
 
* [[Anthony Barnes]], [[Birmingham Water Works]] Board president
 
* [[Watson Brown]], former [[UAB Blazers football]] coach
 
* [[Watson Brown]], former [[UAB Blazers football]] coach

Latest revision as of 08:19, 15 June 2020

1950 was the 79th year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

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1950 saw recognition for the People's Republic of China and Israel. The world's population stood at about 2.5 billion. Mt Lamington in New Guinea erupts, killing 5,000. India forms a republic. The Soviet Union successfully tests a nuclear bomb. L. Ron Hubbard's Dianetics is published. The Korean War began in June. Uruguay wins the FIFA World Cup. Florence Chadwick swims the English Channel. Pope Pius XII accepts the theory of evolution. Peanuts and Beetle Bailey both debut in newspapers. Truth or Consequences debuts on television. Mother Teresa begins her work in Calcutta. Shirley Temple retires from show business, and Ben Hogan wins the U. S. Open.

Notable 1950 births included Natalie Cole, Julius Erving, Jay Leno, Stevie Wonder, Princess Anne, and Tom Petty. Deaths that year included George Orwell, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Al Jolson, George Bernard Shaw, and King Gustaf V of Sweden.

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