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Bishops Blast Apartheid Urges U.S. to Fight Racist Policy and Famine
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Catholic Church National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Church and race relations (South Africa)
Black Vote Made Victory in Local, State Elections
5
Voting, Blacks (Political activities)
Robert Clark Defeated in Bid for Congress
6
Robert Clark, Mississippi (Politics and government)
HUD's Pierce Wants to Double Rent Aid Program
6
United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (Appropriations and expenditures), Rent subsidies
Obituary
8
Martin Luther King (Sr.); 1899-1984
Ex-champ Chandler Barred from Boxing by 2 States
47
Jeff Chandler, Boxing (Laws and regulations)
L.A. Police Nab 2nd Man in Alexander Family Slaying
47
Kermit Alexander, Murder, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Amateur Baseball Award Goes to Arizona St. Star
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Oddibe McDowell, Baseball, College (Awards)
Black College Presidents Win 1st Battle with NCAA.
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National Collegiate Athletic Association, Black athletes (Education), College athletics (Ethical aspects)
Ex-Pirates Stargell, Bibby Accept Minor League Jobs
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Willie Stargell (American baseball player.); 1941-2001, Jim Bibby (American baseball player.)

Editors Urged to Hire More Blacks at Dailies
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Black journalists
D.C., Va. Builder to Pay $1.3 Mil. to Injured Boy
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Rynaldo Byrd, Damages, Brain damage, Washington (D.C.) (Public housing)
Val Washington Heads Group Developing New Businesses in Caribbean
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Val Washington (American political party leader and foundation official.), Investments, American (Caribbean region), Black business enterprises (Caribbean region)
Mich. Rights Group Orders Company to Reimburse Pay of Laid-off Employee
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Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices, Michigan)
Morehouse Medical School Gets $1.1 Million Grant for Health Center Program
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United States Dept. of Health and Human Services (Appropriations and expenditures), Morehouse School of Medicine, Medical colleges (Federal aid)
Fred Williamson Denied British Work Visa, Won't Star in Dirty Dozen Film
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Fred Williamson; 1938-., Blacks in motion pictures, Passports (Great Britain)
Tutu Named First Black Bishop of Johannesburg
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Desmond Tutu (South African archbishop.), Church and race relations (South Africa), Johannesburg (South Africa) (Religion)
Katie Hall Leaves House But Claims Victory in King Bill and Vows to Return
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Katie Hall; 1938-., Martin Luther King Day, Indiana (Politics and government)
Dr. J, Bird Fined $7,500, Total Penalty: $30,500
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Larry Bird, Julius Erving; 1950-., Boston Celtics (Basketball team), Philadelphia 76ers (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Ethical aspects)
Vida Blue Satisfied with Comeback in Puerto Rico
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Vida Blue
Coach Thompson's Team Ready to Defend Title
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John Thompson (American basketball coach.), Basketball, College
Breland Leads Olympians to Victory in Pro Debut
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Mark Breland (American boxer and actor.), Boxing
St. Elsewhere Co-star Started Out to be M.D.
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Denzel Washington
Loss of Mother, No Mate Leave Diana Ross Lonely
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Diana Ross (American singer and actress.)
Glenn Jones Prefers Tunes with Positive Messages
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Glenn Jones
Religion Affects Music of Singer Deniece Williams
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Deniece Williams
Tim Reid and Daphne Maxwell: Simon & Simon Stars Husband and Wife
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Tim Reid (American actor.), Daphne Maxwell Reid (American actress.)
Simon & Simon
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Simon & Simon (Television program) (Reviews)
Skater Babilonia to Put Partner on Ice to Wed
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Tai Babilonia (American figure skater.); 1960-, Randy Gardner (American figure skater.), Peter Carruthers (American figure skater.)
Melba Moore Believes in the Supernatural
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Melba Moore (American singer and actress.)

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