Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
  

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Contents

Letters to the editor
14
Martin Luther King; 1929-1968 (Assassination)
Twin stock boys rise to supermart executives: George and Ernest Brown, jr. of Waldbaum's, inc
29
Black executives, Supermarkets
Forgotten hero of civil rights
43
William Monroe Trotter; 1872-1934, Blacks (Civil rights, History)
Cool headed lady of the crisis bureau
56
Barbara M. Watson; 1918-1983, United States Dept. of State Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, Women public officers
Choice selection of eligible bachelors
64
Single men
First in Russian orthodoxy
115
Robert Owens; 1925-., Orthodox Eastern Church, Russian
How to lose weight without half trying
123
Diet
Big city bluesman
132
Junior Wells; 1934-1998
Annual baseball roundup
143
Baseball, Professional, Baseball players
What's in a name?
164
Blacks (Race identity)

Visitation. Criticism
76
Gunther Schuller, Opera reviews (Single works)
Shade of shame?
85
Sandra LAING, Education (South Africa), South Africa (Race relations)
Good place to get well. Kirkwood general hospital
92
Blacks (Hospital care), Detroit (Mich.) (Hospitals)
Negro expatriate runs 900 year old textile firm
104
George W. BROWN, Textile industry (Great Britain)
Greens salad and soul
166
Salads
Best dressed women: stylesetters for '68
172
Fashion
Get there by air
180
Air travel, Vacations
Industry gives new hope to the Negro
192
National Alliance of Businessmen, Urban Coalition (Organization), Blacks (Employment), Detroit (Mich.) (Blacks)

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