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Pollard Leaves AFL-CIO, Becomes NAACP No. 2 Man
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William E. Pollard, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Care Needed in Selecting Those Cut from Welfare
4
Public welfare
New Orleans to Pay Blacks $2.8 Mil. in 'Algiers' Case
4
Police shootings, New Orleans (La.) (Police, Blacks)
Black Army Sgt. Killed in West Berlin Disco Bombing
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Kenneth Terrance Ford; d. 1986, Berlin (Germany: West) (Terrorism), United States (Armed Forces, Germany (West))
Alabama Mother Seeks Jet Help to Find Son, Grandsons
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Missing children
'The Queen' and 'Godfather' Headline Anti-drug Fest
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Drug abuse, Rock concerts (Benefit performances)
Strange Case of Man who Lost Job for Compiling List of Black Colleges
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Vertis Stovall (Jr.), United States Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Blacks (Employment), Plagiarism, Black government employees (Dismissal)
Thompson and Beaman Get Promotions at Heublein Inc
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Harry J. Thompson, James Beaman, Heublein, Inc
Mike Spinks, Larry Holmes Quietly Prep for Rematch
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Larry Holmes (American boxer.), Michael Spinks (American boxer.), Boxing
Minnesota Tabs Ex-NBAer Haskins for Head Coach
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Clem Haskins; 1943-., Basketball, College

Md. Town Charged with Voting Bias Against Blacks
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United States Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division, Black suffrage, Indian Head (Md.) (Politics and government)
George Wallace Says Farewell to Politics: Gray Responds
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George Corley Wallace; 1919-1998, Alabama (Politics and government)
U.S. Firms in S. Africa Getting Tough on Apartheid
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Investments, American (South Africa), Apartheid
Dick Gregory's Client Sheds 243 Pounds at His New Weight Loss Center
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Ronald High, Dick Gregory; 1932-., Weight reducing products
Inventors Hall of Fame Snubs Black Inventors
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National Inventors Hall of Fame, Black inventors
First Black U.S. Sea Captain Honored in Museum Exhibit
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Hugh N. Mulzac (American merchant marine officer); 1886-1971, American Merchant Marine Museum, Black shipmasters
Rev. Jesse Jackson Gives Address at Central State's Charter Day Convocation
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Central State University (Ohio)
New Miss Collegiate Black America Crowned in Miami
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Beauty contests, Black women college students
Gala Held to Save Fisk from Financial Ruin
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Fisk University
Willie Brown and Friends Celebrate His Birthday
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Willie Lewis Brown (Jr.)
Karatemania in Atlanta a Big Night for Rhome
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Jerry Rhome, Karate (Competitions)
Thrill of Victory Fresh for Louisville 'Sluggers'.
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Basketball, College (Tournaments)
PGA's Best Since 1982, Peete Hasn't 'peaked' Yet
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Calvin Peete, Golf (Tournaments)
Ex-champ Patterson Among Mourners of Jimmy Cagney
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Floyd Patterson (American boxer.)
Obituary
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James Cagney; 1899-1986
Two Sultry, Spring Brides: Irene Cara, Jennifer Beals
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Irene Cara (American actress and singer.), Jennifer Beals (American actress.)
Obituary
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O'Kelly Isley; 1937-1986
Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life is Calling
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Richard Pryor (American comedian); 1940-2005 (Reviews), Jo Jo Dancer, your life is calling (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Lionel Richie's Career Soars with Oscar and New Album
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.), Academy Awards

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