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Mayor Andrew Young Says, 'smart-assed White Boys' Run Mondale's Campaign
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Andrew Young (American congressman, diplomat and mayor.); 1932-, Walter F. Mondale (American vice-president.); 1928-, Blacks (Political activities), Presidential campaigns (1984)
Protestors March in Dallas; Assail Reagan's Cutbacks
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Republican national conventions (1984), Dallas (Tex.) (Protests, demonstrations, etc)
Legree Daniels Forestalls Racial Setback in GOP to Keep Convention on Track
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Legree Daniels (American government official.), Republican Party (U.S.), Black women (Political activities)
SCLC Convention Pushes Black Voter Registration
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Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Voter registration, Black suffrage
Philly Mayor Goode Named as Mondale Fund Co-chair
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W. Wilson Goode (American mayor.); 1938-, Walter F. Mondale (American vice-president.); 1928-, Campaign funds
Child Support Law is Boon to Black Families
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Support (Domestic relations), Black family
Urban Study Notes Poor Lose Out Under Reagan
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Poor, Income, United States (Economic policy)
Burn Victims Receive Skin Grown in Test Tube
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Skin grafting, Burns and scalds
FDA May Approve New $12,000 Ear Implant
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Cochlear implants
Microsurgeons Predict Medicine in Year 2000
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Microsurgery

Robert Benham Elected to Ga. Court of Appeals
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Robert Benham, Courts (Georgia)
Dick Gregory Prays, Fasts 167 Days to Lose 68 Lbs., Dramatize World Hunger
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Dick Gregory; 1932-., Hunger strikes
Ebony Magazine Highlights Top 15 Black Preachers
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Black clergy
Actors Guild Offers Discount to Producers who Hire Minorities
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Screen Actors' Guild, Minorities in motion pictures
Congress Blocks Lower Pay Plan for Postal Workers
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United States Postal Service, Postal employees (Salaries)
Atlanta Univ. Leader in Black Business Training
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Atlanta University, Black executives (Training)
Chicago's Loop College Names Its New President
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Bernice J. Miller, Loop College
Black Journalists to Write Book on Jackson
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Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Campaign biography
Bond Holds Off Foe in Ga. State Senate Race
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Julian Bond; 1940-., Georgia (Politics and government)
Cleaver Quits Race for Congress, Will Run for Berkeley City Council Seat
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Eldridge Cleaver; 1935-1998, California (Politics and government), Berkeley (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Blacks Want Candidate Mondale to Deliver 'beef'.
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Walter F. Mondale (American vice-president.); 1928-
Cities Liable for Drunks Not Stopped by Police
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Drunk driving, Municipal liability
Preacher Shows Up for Sermon, and is Arrested on an Escape Warrant
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Governor Reiss, Fugitives from justice
Member of L.A. Family Embroiled in Gang Feud to Stand Trial for Murder
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James Hawkins (Jr.), Murder, Gangs, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Crime)
Chicago Man Gets $42,000 in Housing Bias Suit
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Ronnie Burks, Blacks (Housing), Chicago (Ill.) (Housing)
Twin Haven in D.C. Apartment Complex
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Twins, Washington (D.C.) (Housing)
No Link Between Agent Orange and Birth Defects
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Birth defects, Agent Orange, Veterans (Health and hygiene), Children of veterans
Tiny Toothpicks Pose Big Health Hazards
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Toothpicks
Ron Townson: Fifth Dimension Star Tells Secret of 27 Years of Marriage Success
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Ron Townson; d. 2001, Fifth Dimension (Musical group), Marriage
Ex-Steeler Gets NFL Post Buddy Young Once Held
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Mel Blount, National Football League
Carl Lewis Got His Gold as Burglars Get His Silver
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Carl Lewis (American sprinter and long jumper.); 1961-, Burglary and burglars, Houston (Tex.) (Crime)
Olajuwon Joins Sampson, Crowds Out Caldwell Jones
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Hakeem Olajuwon
Robinson's Prediction Comes True as Reds Pick Up Rose
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Frank Robinson; 1935-.
Obituary
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Tommie Aaron; 1939-1984
Spinks-Qawi Match Ready Despite Pre-fight Trouble
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Michael Spinks (American boxer.), Dwight Muhammad Qawi (American boxer.), Boxing
Olympic Medalist Brown Signs Contract with Rams
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Ron Brown
Throngs Cheer Olympians on Coast-to-coast Tour
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Athletes, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Obituary
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Gerri Major; 1894-1984
Obituary
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Esther Phillips; 1935-1984
Jackie Jackson Files for Divorce; Wife Asks for $53,000 Monthly
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Jackie Jackson; 1951-., Divorce
Ray Parker Hits the Top with Ghostbusters Tune
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Ray Parker (Jr.)
Teddy Pendergrass Tells of Tremendous Comeback in Ebony Cover Article
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Teddy Pendergrass (American soul singer.)

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