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Colin Powell Named First Black and Youngest Chair of Joint Chiefs of Staff
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Colin L. Powell; 1937-., United States Joint Chiefs of Staff
Rev. King's Son, Dexter, Resigns from Position as President of the King Center
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Dexter King (American foundation official and son of Martin Luther King, Jr.), King Center (Atlanta, Ga.)
Congressman Leland Dies in Plane Crash During Mission to Feed the Hungry
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Aviation (Accidents), Relief work (Ethiopia)
Obituary
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Mickey Leland (American congressman.); 1944-1989
New Music Lesson Method Can Have Students Playing Piano Within One Month
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Titus David Pollard, Piano (Study and teaching, Aids and devices), Gospel music (Study and teaching)
Barbara Bush Discusses Racism, Poverty in Ebony
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Barbara Bush (wife of American president George Bush.); 1925-, United States (Race relations)
Baltimore Mayor Schmoke Cites City's Read-A-Thon
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Kurt Schmoke; 1949-., Literacy education, Baltimore (Md.) (Education)
Surgery Gives Sight to Infant Born with Rare Case of Inverted Eyelids
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Jonathan Turner, Eyelids (Plastic surgery)
Gaye's Loyal Fans Clamor for Hollywood Walk Star
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Marvin Gaye (American singer and songwriter.), Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Ashe Sees Bright Future for Blacks in Pro Tennis
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Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Black tennis players

Before Death, Leland Wrote in Ebony about Starvation in Africa
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Mickey Leland (American congressman.); 1944-1989, Famines (Africa), Relief work (Africa)

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