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February 03, 1988|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Former ABC "World News Tonight" co-anchor Max Robinson was released Monday from a Chicago-area hospital, where he spent nearly two months. At the request of his family, officials at St. Francis Hospital in Blue Island, Ill., have refused to release any information about Robinson's ailment since he was admitted Dec. 4 in critical condition. "All I can say is he was released (Monday) morning," said a hospital spokesman. "I'm sure his vital signs and everything were stabilized before he was released." Robinson, 48, the first black person to anchor a daily network news show, was for six years one of three co-anchors on "World News Tonight" before becoming a co-anchor on NBC's Chicago television station.

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