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

Backstage
22
Blacks in publishing
Brownsville incident
31
Brownsville (Tex.) (Riot, 1906)
Violent brush of Ernie Barnes
40
Ernie Barnes; 1938-., Sports in art
Roberto Clemente: sad end for a troubled man
52
Roberto Clemente; 1934-1972, Aviation (Accidents)
Better boys burgers: McDonald's franchise nets profits for Chicago boys club
63
Better Boys Foundation, McDonald's Corp, Chicago (Ill.) (Restaurants)
Coloring TV in Mississippi
108
William DILDAY, Television workers
Report from part one
116
Black poets
Pains and pleasures of old black folks
123
Aged
Wardrobe fit for a queen
132
Sheila King, Clothing and dress
Luscious lamb, delicious for all seasons
138
Cooking (Lamb)

Control tower boss at Kennedy
72
Arthur VARNADO, Air traffic control, New York (N.Y.) (Airports)
Dental dean: Dr J. S. Bluitt
84
Juliann S. BLUITT, Women dentists
Three profiles in courage: mothers overcome grief at deaths of their children
94
LaVerne BARKLEY, Fannie Lee CHANEY, Gussie Mae LOVE, Grief, Mothers
Johnson, Lyndon B.
144
Lyndon Baines Johnson; 1908-1973
Shaft in Africa
147
Richard Roundtree; 1942-., Motion pictures (Setting and scenery), Blacks in motion pictures
Nixon inauguration; 5,000 black guests attend traditional ceremony
156
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994 (Inauguration)

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