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Fletcher Loses Labor Bid; Others Await Appointments
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Arthur Allen Fletcher (American civil rights leader and government official.); 1924-2005, United States Dept. of Labor
Nation Celebrates 4th Holiday Honoring King
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Martin Luther King Day
Girl, 5, 1st in U.S. to Get Artificial Ear
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Claudia Davis, Ear, Artificial
Rangel Leads Illegal-drug Probe Group in Caribbean
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Charles B. Rangel; 1930-., Narcotics laws and regulations (Caribbean region)
Miss. Rep. Espy, Gov. Mabus Blaze New Political Trail to Push Progress in State
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Mike Espy (American Secretary of agriculture.); 1953-, Ray Mabus (American Secretary of the navy.), Mississippi (Politics and government)
Cleveland's Cavaliers Now Class of the NBA.
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Lenny Wilkens; 1938-., Cleveland Cavaliers (Basketball team)
Rare Siamese Twins, 39, to Get Own Apartment
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Conjoined twins
Johnson Products Founder Names His Son President
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George E. Johnson (American cosmetics industry executive.), Eric G. Johnson, Johnson Products Company, Inc
Broad Coalition Seeks 'African American' Name
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Blacks (Race identity), African-American (Term)
Richard Pryor Hit with Paternity Suit
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Richard Pryor (American comedian.); 1940-2005, Paternity

I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
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Keenen Ivory Wayans (Reviews), I'm gonna git you sucka (Motion picture) (Reviews)
L.A. Law Helps Latchkey Pupils; Extends Hours for After-school Play
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School buildings (Extended use), Latchkey children, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Education)
Olajuwon Reconciles with Mother of His Daughter
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Hakeem Olajuwon
James Brown: Tragic Downfall of a Black Hero
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James Brown (American singer.)
Cab Calloway Stable After Emergency Surgery in N.Y.
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Cab Calloway (American singer and band leader.); 1907-1994

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