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Contents

S. African Mines Hit Hard with 'big' Strike
4
National Union of Mineworkers (South Africa), Apartheid, Strikes (Miners, South Africa)
Reagan Orders Feds to Support Black Colleges
4
Black colleges and universities (Federal aid)
Convicted Va. Minister Quits Council, Churches
6
Clyde L. Johnson (Sr.), Child molesting, Black clergy (Sexual behavior), Petersburg (Va.) (Crime)
Chairman Acquires Control of Family Savings & Loan Has Assets of $144 Mil
6
Oliver A. Trigg (Jr.), Family Savings & Loan Association (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Mandela: 25 Years Later, Still a Force in South Africa
6
Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Apartheid, Political prisoners (South Africa)
Ella Fitzgerald Wows Fans at Hollywood Bowl Concert
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Ella Fitzgerald (American singer.)
Stars Turn Little Goals Into Big Success
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Black athletes
'Sorry' for Comment to White Woman: Ward
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Benjamin Ward, New York (N.Y.) Police Commissioner, Rape, Queens (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)
Williams 1st Woman on UAW Local 249 Exec. Bd
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Barbara Williams, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Labor unions (Women)
Clarence McKee Takes Helm of $365 Million TV Station
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Clarence McKee, Gillett Holdings, Inc, WTVT (Television station: Tampa, Fla.), Television stations, Black

Fights Can be Positive Force in a Marriage
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Domestic quarrels
Houston Man Waits in Dark, Kills Assailant
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Butler Gibson, Murder, Victims of crime, Houston (Tex.) (Crime)
Neal Stays as Lone Black SBA Policymaker in
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Edward C. Neal, United States Small Business Administration, Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
Mrs. Eunice W. Johnson Returns for Talladega to Give Reunion Address
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Eunice W. Johnson (American magazine executive.), Talladega College
Cortada Faces Myriad of Problems as New UDC Chief
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Rafael L. Cortada, University of the District of Columbia
Satchmo: America's Musical Legend
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Louis Armstrong (American trumpet player); 1900-1971 (In literature)
Tour of Duty
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Tour of duty (Television program) (Reviews)
Black Cameramen Lose Their $3.5 Mil. Suit Against ABC.
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American Broadcasting Companies, Inc, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Television cameramen
$3 Million Lotto Win 'numbs' Queens Man
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Ulric Hosang, Lottery winners
S.C. Rep. Juanita White Elected to Committee Post
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Juanita Mitchell White, South Carolina General Assembly, Black women legislators
El DeBarge Fails to Show for Concert; Warrant Issued
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El DeBarge (American singer.)
Black Doctors Elect Joyner Head of NMA.
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John E. Joyner, National Medical Association
E. St. Louis Mayor Wins 3rd Term, But Spectre of Dead Man May Mar Victory
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Clyde Jordan, Carl Officer, East Saint Louis (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Ex-NFL Star Bubba Smith Wants to Own Balt. Team
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Bubba Smith, Football, Professional (Organization and administration)
Isiah Thomas' Life Story a Series for Italian TV.
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Isiah Thomas (American basketball player, executive and coach.); 1961-, Television broadcasting industry (Italy)
Ex-Celtic Tom Sanders Joins NBA Front Office
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Tom Sanders, Blacks in basketball management
Black NFL Executives Plan Job Finders Dept
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Football, Professional (Organization and administration), Discrimination in sports
Flint Blacks Angered by Youth's 'suicide' Probe
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Joe Carter; d. 1987, Teenage suicide, Flint (Mich.) (Race relations)
Sex, Sass and Laughs Keep "227" TV Show a Smash Hit
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Marla Gibbs (American actress.)
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227 (Television program) (Reviews)
Micki Free Says He Likes His Wife's Sexy Image
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Micki Free (American guitarist and singer.), Teri Copley
Mr. T Files Counter Harassment Suit Against New York Photographer
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Mr. T (American wrestler and actor.); 1952-
Tutu Peace Concert Slated for L.A. in Fall
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Bishop Tutu Peace Concert, 1987

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