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DELEGATE 1980
MELPAT ASSOCIATES . Producers
2225 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10037
(212) FO 8-5559

MEL PATRICK, President and Publisher
HILDA STOKELY
Exec. Vice President

ANN PATRICK Secretary and Treasurer

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4-5    Calendar of Conventions
8-9    Lou Rawls Parade of Stars
10-11  The Presidency
12-23  Black Participation in the Olympics
24-25  Frederick Douglass Awards Dinner
26-27   Black Business Need Black Conventions
29      American Association of Blacks in Energy
30-31   One Hundred Black Men, Inc.
32-33   Jewell Jackson McCabe--100 Black Women
35-37   National Association of Black Social Workers
38-41   Interracial Council for Business Opportunity
42-43   Boggs Academy
44-45   Jackie Robinson Awards Dinner
46-49   National Ass'n for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education
50-53   In Memoriam
55      American Bridge Associate. Inc.
57-61   African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
63-65   National Association of Market Developers
68-71   The Girl Friends
72-73   Gay Northeasterners Clubs
75-77   Bottle & Cork Sales Club of New York, Inc.
78-79   Eureka Grand Chapter
81-83   Prince Hall Grand Lodge
85      Sears, Roebuck--Improving Black Education
86-89   Morehouse College--Class of 1939 Reunion
91-95   John Hunter Camp Fund, Inc.
96-97   Bob Douglas: A Legend Dies
99-104  Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America
107-111 National Newspaper Publishers Association
113     Pharmaceutical Association--Dist. of Columbia
114     Chi Delta Mu Fraternity
115     National Club of Chi Wives
117-119 Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc.
120-123 Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc.
125-127 Black Music Association
128-131 The L inks, Inc.
135-139 NAACP--The '80s Civil Rights
140-143 Lambda Kappa Mu Sorority, Inc.
144-147 Carats, Inc.
148-149 Republican National Convention
151-153 The Squaws, Inc.
155-158 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
160-165 Nat. United Church Ushers Association of America, Inc. 
167     Tanqueray "Times to Remember" Black History Calendar
168-171 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
172-173 Chesebrough Pond's Inc.
175     CIBA-GEIGY Corp.
177-179 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
181-185 Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
179-190 Eta Phi Beta Sorority
192-195 National Pharmaceutical Association
197-209 NUL Convention
210-211 Julius A. Thomas Society
214-217 National Medical Association
219-221 Auxiliary to the Nat. Medical Association
222-223 All States Educational Seminars
224-225 Black Society Salutes Its Chronicles
227     National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc.
228     The Black Presence in Westchester
229-232 National Association of University Women
235-237 Ernie Richardson's daughter is Wed
238-241 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine
242-245 Daughters of Isis
246-247 American Tennis Association, Inc.
248-253 History of the Harlem Commonwealth Council, Inc.
255-257 Democratic National Convention
259-262 CBS
264-267 Philip Randolph Dies
269-272 Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
275 Pope John Paul II
277-279 Whitney M. Young Football Classic
281     Heublein Sponsors .  . . Reggie Smith
283-289 Oak Bluffs
291-299 Black Caucus
300-302 Moving Up
303     Dr. May Edward Chinn Feted
305-307 ABC
308-313 369th Veterans' Association, Inc.
314-315 D. Parke Gibson Buried 
316     NBC
317     The Edges Groups, Inc.
322-323 National Distillers
324     Communications Industry Honors Dr. Benjamin Hooks
325-329 Communication Excellence to Black Audiences
331-333 National Bankers Association
335-337 Association for the Study of Afro-American Life & History, Inc.
338-339 William H. Toles
340-343 Patricia Roberts Harris -- Equal Opportunity Day Dinner
340-343 Gaucho's 
348-351 Arthur Ashe
352-353 Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
354-355 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
357-359 Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
360-363 Nat. Association of Media Women, Inc.
364-365 Beaux Arts Ball
366-367 NUL Guide-Mollie Moon
368     Alex Haley & Norman Lear
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