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DELEGATE 1983
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

Page No.
6-7   A Big Idea for TWA
8-9   Calendar of Conventions
10    State of Black America (By John E. Jacob) 
11    Report By Benjamin Hooks (NAACP)
14-17 Jackie Robinson Awards Dinner
20-21 United Negro College Fund, Inc.
22-23 Black Achievers in Industry
24-25 In Memoriam (Richard L. Taylor)
26    Billy Dee Williams and Eugene McCabe
31-33 National Ass'n for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education
34-37 Partnership (Anheuser-Busch Companies)
40-43 Interracial Council for Business Opportunity
46-47 Jesse Owens International Amateur Athlete Award Dinner
48-49 National Urban Affairs Council, Inc.
52-55 National Ass'n of Market Developers
58-62 Bottle and Cork Sales Club of New York
64    ITT Continental Baking Company
66-69 Ciba-Geigy
70-71 Chesebrough-Pond's Inc.
72-76 John Hunter Camp Fund
79-81 Prince Hall Grand Lodge
82-85 Moving Up
86-89 Opportunities Industrialization Centers of America
90-91 Moving Up at Canadian Club
93    Harold Washington
94-99 National Newspaper Publishers Ass'n
100-103 Top Ladies of Distinction
104-109 National Ass'n for the Advancement of Colored People
110-111 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center - Peachtree Plaza
113-117 Lambda Kappa Mu Sorority
119-125 Tony Brown - The Black Eagles - Tuskegee Airmen
126-129 Iota Phi Lambda Sorority
130-135 Chi Eta Phi Sorority
136-137 Moving Up
139-147 National Medical Association
148-149 Malcolm Corrin Daughter Marries
151-157 National United Church Ushers Ass'n of America
158-159 Morehouse (Big "M" Awards)
160-161 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 
162-165 Carats
166-171 National Barristers' Wives
172-173 National Bar Association
174-187 National Urban League
189-191 A.M.E. Zion Church
194-197 National Ass'n of Negro Business & Professional Women's Club
198-203 Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine 
204-205 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
206-207 Dawson Art Guild - Annual Memorial Concert
208-211 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
212-215 National Pharmaceutical Association
216-221 Phi Delta Kappa 
222-223 One Hundred Black Men
224-225 Philip Morris Vatican Party
227-230 Chums, Inc.
231 Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Council
232-233  Gilbert Francis Daughter Marries
235 Bahamas 
237-239 Association of National and Regional Convention Planners
240-241 Oak Bluffs 
242-243 Benjamin Ashburn Dies
244-245 Clarence Holte's Daughter Marries 
246-247 Olive Bowles 
248-251 Edgar Dale Golf Tournament 
252-253 In Memoriam  
256-257 Kobrand Corporation
258-260 UNCF/Arthur Ashe
262-263 John Strachan Dies 
264-265 John Westerly Duncan, III Dies
266-267 Fred Weaver Dies 
268-269 William E. Doar, Jr. Dies
270-271 Barbara M. Watson Dies 
272-275 Whitney Young Jr. Memorial Football Classic 
278-285 Black Caucus 
287-290 Business & Professional Awards - Cancer Society 
292-295 National Association of Media Women
296 Maurice the Priest
298-299 Vatican Collections 
300-301 Bishop Emerson J. Moore 
302-305 369th Veterans' Association 
306-307 Black Broadway 
308-309 Eubie Blake Dies 
310-311 Dance Theatre of Harlem 
312-315 National Black Nurses Association
316-321 The Edges Group 
323-328 100 Black Women 
330-335 Communications Excellence to Black Audiences 
337-339 Tina Sharman Marries 
341 Matrix Award 
342-344 Push, Inc.
348-349 Somerset 
350-351 The Secret Friends  
353-357 Harlem Commonwealth Council 
358-363 N.U.L. Annual Dinner 
364-365 National Distillers Products Company
366-367 The Moles 
369-371 National Association of Guardsmen 
372-373 Assoc. for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
374-377 The Council of Concerned Black Executives 
378-379 WAABI
381 James McQuay Fashion Show 
382-383 Beaux Arts Ball
384-385 Dr. Herby Cave Day 
386-479 Special Feature - ATLANTA 1926 to Present
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