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D Magazine June 1981

ANSWER PAGE

By D Magazine

EDITOR’S PAGE

By Rowland Stiteler

ENTERTAINMENT PAY TV GUIDE

Sorting through 90 channel choices.
By Steve Kenny

INSIGHTS

Court-ordered mayhem: bilingual education.
By David R. Legge

LETTERS

By D Magazine

MANNERS LAST RITES

A personal look at death and dying.
By Jo Brans

Ordinary People

FORGET STEREOTYPES. Marketing directors, lawyers, clerks, and accountants are all members of Dallas’ black community. The one thing they have in common is their struggle to make it in a white man’s world.
By GALE HORTON CHERY

PERSONAL FINANCE LEAVING IT BEHIND

Where there’s a will, there are several ways.
By John Sansing

RESTAURANTS DINING OUT

The China Syndrome: an Oriental explosion.
By D Magazine

The Forgotten City

YOU’RE THREE MILES southeast of Reunion Tower. You might as well be in another country. Welcome to the world of frustration, fear, and elusive fulfillment that 300,000 black Dallasites call home.
By D Magazine

The Struggle for Power

THERE MAY NEVER be enough black votes to control city politics, but the new, aggressive breed of black leaders like Elsie Faye Heggins has found they can shake city hall by its foundations.
By Steve Kenny

TRAVEL CARIBBEAN CRUISING

Sailing on the Good Ship Swingle.
By MIKE SHROPSHIRE

Wet & Wild

Bathing suits used to be mostly functional. Now they’re mostly fun.
By Amy Cunningham

WINDFALLS

By Carol Edgar