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Miss. Tot Needs Transplant; Parents Seek Financial Help at PUSH in Chicago
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Operation PUSH, Liver (Transplantation)
Obituary
4
Natalie Hinderas; 1927-1987
Reagan Names Black MD to AIDS Commission
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Woodrow A. Myers, United States Presidential Commission on AIDS
Nat. Dental Assn. Staff to Ask Members to Take Precautions for AIDS.
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National Dental Association, AIDS (Disease) and dentists, AIDS patients (Dental care)
Ashe, Gibson Raise Funds for Tennis, UNCF on Yacht
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Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Althea Gibson; 1927-2003, Fund raising, Tennis (Tournaments)
Jewelry Valued at $25,000 is Stolen from Alice Bond
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Alice Bond, Jewelry (Theft), Atlanta (Ga.) (Crime)
Webb Wins, Becomes 1st Black Auditor of Denver
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Wellington E. Webb; 1941-., Denver (Colo.) (Politics and government)
Senator Tabs Larry Doby for Congressional Medal
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Larry Doby; 1924-., Cleveland Indians (Baseball team) (History)
The Hawk Tries His Wings on Return to Boxing Ring
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Aaron Pryor
K.C.'s Hal McRae Makes Mid-season Career Move
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Hal McRae; 1945-.

Whites Protect Black Youth; Four Arrested
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Nashville (Tenn.) (Race relations)
Beauty Queen is the Alleged Victim of Father's Incest
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Desiree Keating, Norman Emanuel Keating, Incest
Atlanta, Chicago Schools Among the Most Segregated
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Public schools (Segregation), Atlanta (Ga.) (Education), Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
UNCF Approves Withdrawal of $600,000 by Bishop
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Bishop College, United Negro College Fund
Kevin Ross' Explosion Ends in Chicago with New Beginning in Calif
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Marva Collins, Kevin Ross
Atlanta NAACP is Fuming Over White Talk Show Host's Calling Lewis 'Buckwheat'.
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Ed Tyll, John Lewis (American congressman.); 1940-, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Blacks and radio, Atlanta (Ga.) (Race relations)
Ex-gridder Hill Moves to ABC After CBS Stint
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Jim Hill, Television programs (Sports, Football)
Johnson: Network TV is Still White Man's Club
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John Johnson, Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
Black Members who Gave White Minister Money to Build Church Change Minds and Sue
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John L. Meares, Evangel Temple (Washington, D.C.) (Finance)
NBL's Teele Launches Bid to Become Miami's Mayor
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Arthur E. Teele (American municipal official.); 1946-2005, Miami (Fla.) (Politics and government)
New England's 1st Black Mayor to Step Down at End of His Third Term
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Thirman L. Milner, Hartford (Conn.) (Politics and government)
NAACP Hits Tulsa with Voting Rights Suit
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Black suffrage, Tulsa (Okla.) (Politics and government)
Ex-NFL Star Hill Joins Orioles Bd. of Directors
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Calvin Hill (American football player and baseball executive.), Blacks in baseball management
Cowboys Axe Receiver Tony Hill Over Weight
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Tony Hill
Wilt Wants to Throw His Weight Around Olympics
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Wilt Chamberlain; 1936-1999
Raiders' Star Robinson Facing Calif. Drug Charge
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Jerry Robinson, Football players (Drug use)
Billy Williams' Speech Fans Hall of Fame Fires
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Billy Williams, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Discrimination in sports
Obituary
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Howard McGhee (American jazz trumpet player and composer.); 1918-1987
Obituary
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Norman W. Spaulding; d. 1987
Obituary
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Hugh Bryant; d. 1987
Obituary
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Lee Gaines; 1914-1987
Michael Jackson's 'Bad' Album Released this Month
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
Natalie Cole Says Success for Her is Better Second Time Around
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Natalie Cole

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