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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 

CR071.5 
D96i 
1986 
NAME 



mm 






UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 



ION 








An index to: 

Durljom itlorning 2fcrol& 

THE DURHAM SUN 



Name Index 
January-December 1986 



Compiled by Herald-Sun Library 
Published by Herald-Sun Newspapers 
Durham, N.C. 

ISSN 0741-0328 







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IND-EX is a guide to articles 
and photographs in the local 
and regional editions of the 
DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
and THE DURHAM SUN. It is 
published in monthly issues 
and in an annual cumulated 
volume by the Herald-Sun 
newspapers. 



SCOPE OF IND-EX: 

All the items concerning 
events, people and places in 
North Carolina, as well as 
selected items of regional 
interest are included in IND- 
EX. National or international 
news is included only when it 
specifically features North 
Carolina or a person from the 
state. 

Editorials, letters to the 
editor, obituaries and any local 
Herald-Sun by-lined materials 
are included regardless of sub- 
ject. Local display ads are 
indexed on a selective basis. 
Generally not included are syn- 
dicated columns, wire service 
features, marriage and birth an- 
nouncements, legal notices and 
routine sports scores. (A list of 
regular columns and features 
appearing in the HERALD and 
the SUN appears on Page iii of 
this publication.) 



INDEXING DEPTH: 

Names of individuals are in- 
dexed when quoted heavily, the 
subject of a news story or fea- 
ture, or noteworthy for some 
reason. Multiple subject head- 
ings are assigned to each item 
based on important names, 
words or concepts that appear 
in the article or are implied by 
it. Whenever possible, subject 
headings are specific rather 
than general (e.g. "Cattle 
Rustling" not "Animal 
Thefts"). 



When necessary, sub-head- 
ings are used to make broad 
headings more specific (e.g. 
"Durham County Commission- 
ers, budget" or "Fires, Dur- 
ham"). Cross-references are 
used to guide the user to the ap- 
propriate headings. See refer- 
ences point from invalid head- 
ings to correct ones. See-also 
references indicate related 
headings. 

C / ■ J ' 

ORGANIZATION: 

//A 
IND-EX is divided into two 
sections: names of people and 
subjects. The name index is an 
alphabetical listing by last 
names of people prominently 
mentioned in the news. The 
subject index is an alphabetical 
listing of specific titles, words, 
or concepts used in news 
articles or features. 

For filing purposes acronyms 
and initialisms precede words 
or phrases. Within word groups 
commas precede characters 
(e.g. "N.C., state employees" 
precedes "N.C. Dept. of Agri- 
culture"). In general, numerals 
precede letters (e.g. "Wil- 
mington 10" precedes "Wil- 
mington ABC Board"). Hy- 
phens are regarded as spaces 
and apostrophes are ignored. 

Following a name or subject 
heading is a list of the articles 
pertaining to that name or sub- 
ject. For each a headline is pro- 
vided along with symbols iden- 
tifying the name of the newspa- 
per, edition, date, section, page, 
type of item, reporter by-line 
and type of illustration. (Expla- 
nations of the symbols appear 
on the following pages.) 



Key to Symbols Used in IND-EX 



NP (Newspapers) 



H DURHAM MORNING HERALD 



S THE DURHAM SUN 
ED (Edition) 

1 1st. ed (Regional) 

2 2nd (Final) ed. (Local) 

3 3rd ed. (Orange County) 

SEC (Section) 
PG (Page) 
TYP (Type) 

A Advertisement 

B Profile 

E Editorial 

F Feature 

G Features in a Series 

H Editorials in a Series 

I Calendar/ Schedule 

J Commentary 

K Commentary in a Series 

L Letter to the Editor 

M Map 

N News 

Obituary 

P Photo 

Q News in a Series 

R Review 

S Review in a Series 

T Cartoon 

U Column 

V Column in a Series 

W Literary Works 

ILL (Illustration) 

C Chart or Graph 
D Drawing 
M Map 
P Photo 
T Cartoon 

BYL (By-line) 



A10 ADAMS, ALLISON 
A20 ADAMS, JACK 
A54 ANDREWS, MARK 
A75 ARICHEA, MIRIAM 
A76 ARMSTRONG, ELSON 
A80 AUSLEY, JUDY 
BIO BANGLEY, JANE 



Bll BARR, DAVID 

B13 BERARDINO, MIKE 

B14 BERNHARDT, WENDY 

B15 BERRY, TOM 

B30 BEST, KIM 

B46 BOLICK, SANDY HOYLE 

B51 BONDS, LOU 

B56 BOST, TOBY 

B61 BOSWELL, CARL 

B67 BRITT, TONY 

B71 BROILI, SUSAN 

B81 BROWN, PAUL 

B85 BRUNEAU, DAN 

B90 BULLA, DAVID 

C04 CAMPBELL, DARLENE 

C09 CAESON, AL 

C19 CARVER, VEN 

C36 CHANDLER, CHARLES 

C42 CHANDLER, TIM 

C49 CLAYTON, WARD 

C50 COLE, JOHN 

C52 COONS, KIP 

C56 COOPER, CHARLES 

C58 CORNEILSON, PAUL 

C60 CORNELIUS-BROWN, ANN 

C68 CROTHERS, TIM 

C80 CRUMP, EMILY 

C85 CRUMP, HARRY 

D10 DARGAN, WILLIAM T. 

D18 DASCENZO, FRANK 

D40 DILGER, PATRICK 

D43 DIXON, WYATT 

D71 DRUM, KEITH 

D80 DUKE NEWS BUREAU 

D85 DUPREE, JIMMY 

F25 FEATHERSTON, AL 

F50 FISKE, DIANE 

F65 FOWLER, SCOTT 

F70 FRANCIS, JAMIE 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY 

G33 GENTRY, JERRY 

G50 GODWIN, JOHN 

G59 GREEN, ANN 

G68 GREENBERG, BLUE 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB 

HOI HAAS, RENITA 

H03 HAM, JON 

H08 HARPOLE, LISA S. 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON 

H30 HERRING, SEAN 

H41 HISKEY, MICHELLE 

H45 HODGES, BETTY 

H49 HODGES, ED 

H55 HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY 

H60 HOLMES, JACK 

H70 HOWARD, J. LEE 

H90 HUGHES, CATHY 

H95 HURD, SHERRYL 

J13 JENDRASIAK, JENNIFER 

J20 JIGGETTS, VICKEY 

J40 JOHNSTON, FLO 

J50 JONES, H.G. 

J54 JONES, LENORE 

J58 JONES, RICHARD 

K30 KEISTER, KEVIN 

K65 KNIGHT, MYRA G. 



K68 KNOX, HARRIETTE 

L20 LEDFORD, CHARLES 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH 

L37 LEWIS, GORDON 

L38 LIDDY, CHUCK 

L40 LINEBERRY, DANNY 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD 

L46 LOOMSTEIN, DAVID 

L51 LORD, PAT 

L57 LOUGEE, GEORGE 

L90 LUCAS, LIZ 

M02 MCCAIN, LEAH C. 

M06 MCINTYRE, EDISON 

M07 MCLAIN, KAY 

M08 MCLAUGHLIN, MIKE 

M10 MCQUEEN, MIKE 

M14 MANN, STEVE 

M20 MERRITT, MARION 

M27 MERRITTS, JOAN 

M51 MICHAEL, KAMMIE 

M66 MOORE, HAROLD 

M69 MOORE, REBECCA 

M71 MORRIS, RON 

M97 MUSHAK, BETTY 

N50 NORCROSS, KATHY 

N80 NCCU NEWS BUREAU 

O06 O'BRIEN, SEAN T. 

046 OLIVER, TOM 

P20 PEARSON, KIM 

P25 PERKINSON, SHARON 

P30 PETERSON, JOHN 

P38 PFUTZNER, LENORE 

P52 POTTER, MIKE 

R56 ROGERS, V.C. 

R66 ROULE, BOB 

R76 ROYAL, PAMELA 

S09 SATTERFIELD, CAROLYN 

S19 SCOTT, RACHEL 

S27 SERENO, JULIAN 

S31 SHARPE, JOHN 

S33 SHELL, JIM 

S36 SHERRILL, BOB 

S45 SINK, JOHN 

S51 SMITH, BILL 

S58 SMITH, DEBBIE 

S66 SMITH, R.C. 

S76 SPARKS, JIM 

S78 STAGG, BILL 

S80 STARR, MARY BETH 

S82 STEVENSON, JOHN 

584 STINNEFORD, MARK 

585 SUMMERS, LILA 
S92 SURRATT, LINDA 
T30 TAYLOR, ROLLO 
T37 THORNTON, JIM 
T85 TRUELL, MIKE 
U57 UPCHURCH, KEITH 
U80 UNC NEWS BUREAU 
W09 WALL, DON 

W13 WANG, GENE 

W27 WEIBLE, JACK 

W36 WHELESS, AL 

W60 WILSON. JIM 

W63 WINSTEAD-MANN, DEBORAH 

W66 WISE, JIM 

W82 WOODY, LAURA 

Y55 YOUNG, BOB 

Zll ZEPP, CAROL 



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By-line numbers beginning with X denote reporter 
combinations 



REGULAR COLUMNS AND FEATURES 



FEATURE 



NEWSPAPER 



DAY 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE 

ANN LANDERS 

ASK DR. LAMB 

BOOK COLUMN (BETTY HODGES) 

BOTANICAL GARDEN COLUMN 

BULL'S EYE 

COMMUNITY NOTES 

CRIMESTOPPERS 

DAILY BREAD (PURNELL BAILEY) 
DISCOVERIES 

DURHAM COUNTY FARM CORNER (CARL 
HODGES) 
ERMA BOMBECK 
FAMILY WEEKLY 

FILM PROJECTIONS (ALFEATHERSTON) 
FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT 
FREE OF CHARGE 
FRIDAY 

GARDEN CLINIC 

GOREN ON BRIDGE (CHARLES GOREN) 
HANDICAPPED MAILBAG (BETTTE ELLIOTT) 
HELOISE II 
HOROSCOPE 
HOUSE OF THE WEEK 

LITERARY LANTERN (WALTER SPEARMAN) 
MERLE ELLIS-THE BUTCHER 
MINI-MOVIE REVIEWS 
MISS MANNERS (JUDITH MARTIN) 
ORANGE COUNTY FARM NEWS (DAVE WAR- 
REN) 

PEOPLE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING 
PEOPLE IN BUSINESS 
PEOPLE'S PHARMACY (JOE GRAEDON) 
PERSONAL GLIMPSES 
PROMINENT DESIGNER (PATTERNS) 
R.C. SMITH (MOVIE REVIEWS) 
SCIENCE, MEDICINE NOTES 
SCOREBOARD (SPORTS SCORES) 
SERIES OF SKETCHES OF DURHAM AND HER 
CITIZENS (WYATT DIXON) 
SHEINWOLD ON BRIDGE 
SOAP OPERA SCENE 

THE SOUTHERN GARDENER (W.L. HUNT) 
SPORTS FINE PRINT (SPORTS SCORES) 
SPORTS MONDAY 
STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS 
SUNDIAL 
TV WORLD 

TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEALTH 
TEENS 

TRIANGLE CALENDAR 
WEATHER 

THE WEEKEND GARDENER (LIB GRIFFIN) 

WHIRL 

WHIRL CALENDAR 

WORKING WOMAN (NIKI SCOTT) 

THE YOUNGER SET 



SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


HERALD 


WED..SUN. 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


SUN..MON. 


SUN 


VARIES 


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HERALD 


MONDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


SUN.,TUES.,THURS 


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WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


MON.— SAT. 


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FRIDAY 


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TUES..THURS. 


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FRIDAY 



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: 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



NAMES 



S 
E 
C PG 



AARON, HANK (ATLANTA BRAVES! 

BAILEY: BULLS TO RE RUNNING 

AARON TAKES A SWING AT BASEBALL'S PROBLEMS 

A8ATEMARC0, TOM 

STATE ASSISTANT GETS LAMAR JOB 

ABBAS, ABUL 

ITALY IGNORES LESSON OF AIRPORT B0M3ING 

ABBATE, ANGELO R. 

HILLSBOROUGH HEARS REPORT FRO" TEACHER, ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS 
CITY CITES DESIGN FIRM FOR VIOLATING ZUNING LAW 
COUNCIL MEMBER'S EMPLOYER CITEu 

ABBATE, CHARLOTTE 

CITY CITES DESIGN FIRM FOR VIOLATING ZONING LAW 
COUNCIL MEMBER'S EMPLOYER CITED 

ABBOTT, GERALOINE (HENOERSONI 
EXECUTION DATE SET 

ABDALLAH, GEORGES IBRAHIM 
THE LINKAGE 

ABDELNABY, 
REID, 



ALAA (BASKETBALL PLAYER) 

ABDELNABY DUEL IN PREP ALL-STAR GAME 



ABPNOR, JAMES I SOUTH DAKOTA) 

SEVEN GOP SENATORS IN TOUGH CAMPAIGNS 

ABDUL - AKFEM, NA2EEH 

EOGEMONT AT CROSSROAD 

ABDUL - JAP.BAR, KAREEM 

JAB9AR: TRULY A BASKETBALL GIANT 

ABOULLAN, AESHA KHADIJAH I H IL LS BOROUGH I (D c CfASE0l 

2 HILLSBOROUGH RESIDENTS, 19 OTHERS DIE IN WRECKS 

ABERNATHY, CARA HICKS (DECEASED) 
UBITUARY 

ABFRNATHY, DOROTHY BROWN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ABERNATHY, RALPH DAVID JR. REV. 

APERNATHY'S REJECTION 'SIN OF OMISSION' 

ABERNETHY, GENE 

UNDERCOVER OFFICERS NAB PEUPLF SELLING SPORTFISH AND GAME 

ABPAM, ADAM 

PERSPECTIVES ON TRIANGLE GROWTH 

VFNTURE CAPITAL COMPANY OPENS IN OFFICE PARK 

ART IS 8IG BUSINESS 

OUHHAM CHAMBER URGED TO PRESS FOR REGIONAL PLANNING 

DURHAM MULLS MERGER OPTION FOR PLANNERS 

DURHAM DEVELOPER URGES ONE PHONE SYSTEM IN TRIANGLE 

MAYOR WAS RIGHT 

PLANT COULD HAVE A FUTURE, DEVELOPER SAYS 

THE BENCH MARK: MORE COOPERATION, PLANNING URGED FOR DEVELOPERS 

1-^,0 CORRIOOR PROMOTIONAL GROUP FORMEO 

SHOPPING CENTER SOLD 

TRUNGLF OEVELOPER GETS LESSON ABOUT AREA BRUKERAGE 



ABRAMOWITZ, 
HFLMS' 



MORTON I. 
•FOREIGN POLICY' 



IRKS FELLOW REPUBLICANS 



ABPAMS, BRIGETTE 

TURN-OF-CENTURY FACADES TO RE-EMERGE ON MAIN ST. 

ABRAMS, DWIGHT 

DURHAM MAN SHOT TO OEATH AT POOL HALL 
ATTORNEY APPOINTED FOR MURDER SUSPECT 
POLICE CHARGE OIFFERENT BROTHER IN SHOOTING 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 2 MEN IN SLAYING 

AbRAMS, ELLIOTT 

HELMS DENIES LEAK; AIDE CALLED SOURCE 

STATE DEPARTMENT DEFENOS AIDE AGAINST HELMS' CHARGES 

ABPAMS, FLOYD 

EXPERTS DFBATF LIBEL LAW AT DUKE 

ABRAMS, JOHN DWIGHT 

MAN IN JAIL IS CHARGED IN HIOOEN GUN CASE 

ABPAMSON, F1LEFN 

VEROICT FAVORS OOCTORS 

ACKER, FPANCIS 

MAN CONVICTED OF TRAFFIC DEATHS IS SENT LICENSE 

ACKER, MARSHA 

MOTHER TAKES STAND IN CHILD-ABUSE TRIAL 
MISDEMEANOR RULED IN CHILD ABUSE CASE 

ACKERMAN, CHARLES 

ENTREPRENEUR: INTUITION IS CRUCIAL 

ACKERMAN, LUCILLE MARY (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASFDI 
OBITUARY 

ACKERT. DEBBIE 

EVIDENCE LACKING IN MACDONALD'S REVIEW 

CONGRESS SHOULD HELP MACDONALD 

REOPEN MACUONALD CASE 

OURHAM WOMAN QUESTIONS MACD0N5LD WITNESS RELIABILITY 

MACOONALO CASE INFORMATION SPARKS CURRENT-EVENTS INTEREST 

MACDONALO'S SUPPORTERS MOT GIVING UP 

MACDONALD DENIED RIGHT TO FAIR TRIAL 

COUNTRY OF COWARDS 

ACKLIN. ABRIM LEONARn IMOREHFAD CITY) 

N.C. COURT GRANTS NEW TRIAL TO GIRL C0NV1CTEU OF MURDER 

ACTON, MICHAEL J. 

N.C. FACTORY JOBS STABILIZE 

ACUFF, DAVID 

TEEN-AGFRS PUT SKILLS TO THE TEST 

ADAM, RICHARD J. 

BUSINESS MANAGER NAMED FOR DUKE UNIVERSITY PRFSS 



S 2 2/11/86 D 2 P N P52 
H 2 2/21/86 C 12 P •) G50 



H 2 4/13/86 e A P N 



S 2 7/14/86 A A 



H 3 4/24/86 1 
S 2 5/14/86 C 1 
H 2 5/15/86 B 7 



S 2 5/14/86 C 1 
H 2 5/15/86 B 7 



N BIO 
N M69 



fj "69 



N 



H 1 6/04/86 C 1 N 

H 2 9/20/86 4 4 E 

H 2 4/06/86 I! 7 P N r 36 

H 2 10/20/86 A 4 E 

S 2 2/14/86 A 1 " N "69 

S 2 10/20/86 D 7 R U R52 

H 2 7/07/86 C 3 N 

H 2 9/22/86 B 8 n 

H 2 10/30/86 B 2 

H 2 1/22/86 A 4 L 

H 2 9/05/86 B 6 N 

H 2 2/06/86 B 1 N -'97 

H 2 2/20/86 A 14 N 

H 2 4/06/»6 D I P F L41 

H 2 5/01/86 A 17 N L41 

S 2 5/01/86 A 1 N WS2 

H 2 6/05/86 A 2" P U L41 

H 2 6/27/86 A 5 L 

H 2 8/27/86 A 1 N "97 

H 2 9/07/86 F I P N 

H 2 10/26/86 F 1 P N 

H 2 10/30/86 B 1 ri 

H 2 12/14/86 F IPN 

H 2 8/06/86 A 2 J 

S 2 2/08/86 A IPN W82 



H 2 11/23/86 C 1 N M51 

H 2 11/25/86 D 4 N 

H 2 U/26/86 C 1 N 

S 2 12/16/P6 A 6 N 



H 2 6/05/86 A I N 
S 2 8/05/86 A IPN 



S 2 4/12/86 A 5 

H 2 12/31/P6 B 3 

H 2 10/09/86 B 6 

H 2 5/23/86 A 19 



S 2 1/21/86 A 9 
H 2 1/22/86 A 1 



H 3 9/10/86 C 1 
H 2 3/10/86 A 6 



N ',84 
N M51 

N 



N T85 
N S82 



N W27 





H 2 1/06/86 A 4 L 

S 2 3/04/86 A 4 L 

H 2 3/05/86 A 4 L 

S 2 4/10/86 C I ri TB5 

S 2 4/15/66 A 4 L 

H 2 4/25/86 B 5PM 

H 2 10/28/86 A 4 L 

H 2 11/04/86 A 4 L 



H 2 8/13/86 4 N 

S 2 11/11/86 A 8 N 

H 2 3/02/86 B IPN J 54 

S 2 10/17/86 B 5 N 



MONTHLY/AN 



N U A L INDEX 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



NAMES 



PAGE 
1/01/"' 



C t>G L P BYL 



DUKE PRESS BUSINESS MANAGER NAMED 

ADAMS. AL (LAWYERI 

RULES FOR POLITICAL ADVERT I SE" ENTS CHANGE IN '86; NEGATIVE ADS TABOO 
SANFOOD DISPLAYS POST-ELECTION HUMOR 

ADAMS. ALLISON 

OURHA" SUN WRITERS WIN PRESS CLUB AWARDS 

24 YEARS IN PERSONNEL WORK AND SHE STILL LOVES IT 
AWARD WINNER 

AOAMS, BARBARA (BALEIGHI (DECEASED) 

PLANE CFASH NFAR POU KILLS COUPLE FROM OALEIGH 

PLANE'S OWNER WAS EXP c RIENCE0 PILOT, AvID FAN OF UNC FOOTBALL 

PLANE CPASH CAUSE IS SOUGHT IN PROBE (INCORRECT HEAOLINEI 

CLUES SOUGHT IN CRASH 

OBITUARY 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

OFFICIAL SAYS ENGINE FAILURE MAY HAVE CAUSED PLANE CRASH 

INVESTIGATIONS CONTINUE ON PUNE, COPTER CRASHES 

ADAMS, BILL (ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS) 

STUDY MAY BE CONDUCTED OF BALD EAGLES AT JORDAN 

ADAMS, BROCK 

HER»INGTON CRITICIZED FOR DUMP REMARKS 

ADAMS, CHA'LES (CHARLOTTE) 

GUNMAN PICKEO WRONG HOUSE 

ADAMS, CHAPLIE INCHSAA) 

PRE P S LIKE NEW FORMAT 

ADAMS, OOLPH DR. 

HOW DO EXAMS BENEFIT SOCIETY? 

AOAMS, DORIS 

"WE SUPPORT THE COUNTY BONOS." (AD) 

ADAMS, ETHEL (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ADAMS, EVA MYLAM (ROXBORO) IDECEASEDI 

ROXBORO MAN ANO WIFE DIE 2 HOURS APART 

ADAMS, FLOYD ANTHONY 

STOLEN GOODS WORTH S5.500 FOUND IN DURHAM APARTMENT 
MAN IS CHARGEO WITH FIRING INTO OCCUPIED CAR 

ADAMS, GLENN 

BRAVES SEARCHING "INORS AND MAJORS FOR PITCHING HELP 

PLAY BALL! BURLINGTON'S HOME OPENER IS PAYOFF FOR PERSEVERANCE... 

INDIAN'S SKIPPER TRAOED FARMING FOR FARM TEAM 

ADAMS, J. ALLEN 

TOP LOBBYISTS: LAWYERS AND FORMER LEGISLaTuRS 
THE HUMCR WAS HELMS' 



H 2 10/10/86 C 



S 2 3/17/86 A 1 P •( 



H 2 6/15/86 C 11 P N HI 
S 2 9/19/R6 A 2 P P F70 



7/25/86 A 
7/25/86 A 
7/25/06 A 
7/26/86 C 
7/26/36 C 
7/29/»6 A 
7/29/36 C 
8/05/86 C 



S 2 3/07/86 C 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 10/12/°6 C 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
H 2 



10/23/86 C 
10/23/86 A 



10/02/°6 C 

2/01/86 A 

11/19/86 

1/12/86 D 

10/23/e6 A 



5/08/86 B 
5/09/86 C 



4/20/86 8 
6/24/86 B 
6/29/36 B 



7/21/86 A 
12/30/36 A 



N "97 

N A5A 

N S34 

N "97 



N 

N 

N "97 



2 N G59 

2 P N MIA 

2 N G50 



CONTRAS CONDUCTING A WAR OF DRTuRE 

GROWTH IS IMMINENT 

NICARAGUA: ARE RIGHT ANO WRONG THAT CLEAR? 

PEOPLE WANT PEACE 

ACT CITY IN THE COUNTRY— IT'S SAFER 

TO THE MUSH-HEADS: IT AIN'T FAIR 

ADAMS, JAMES L. 

CONFISCATING OUR MONEY 

ADAMS. JOHN BU°NEY (APEXI IDECEASEDI 
ORANGE WRECK KILLS DRIVER 
JOHN R. AOAMS, 39, APEX TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN ACCIOENT 

ADAMS, KYLE (GREENSBORO) 

SURROGATE MOM DOESN'T REGRET HER THANKSGIVING 'GIFT' 

AOAMS. MADELINE NAOINE "NAD INE GREEN" 

DURHAM P0LICE-S81 ORUG STING NETS 35 

ADAMS. NETTIE LEE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

AOAMS. NETTIE M. (LAKE HELEN, FLA.) (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ADAMS, PArTON (GTE) 

jTE VOLUNTEERS AID COMMUNITY 

PHONE BILLS MAY RISE IN MARCH 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

CITY WOULD LEASE PROPOSED PARKING GARAGE 

ADAMS, RALPH CLAY (ROXBORO) (OECEASEOI 

ROXBOPO MAN AND WIFE DIE 2 HOURS APART 

AOAMS, REX 0. 

DUKE SCHOOL ADVISER SUITS OVE' DIVESTMENT DECISION 

ADAMS, ROD 

TREYBURN OPPONENTS OVERLOOK FUTURE 

CITY'S INSPECTIONS DIVISION HIGHLY REGARDED 

NCSU TAPS 6 CURHAM 'AMBASSADORS' 

MILLER'S FINE RECORD 

ADAMS, SHEILA R. 

WHY ANY DISCRIMINATION? 

ADAMS, STELLA 

BAD-CHECK PILOT STARTS 

BAD-CHECK PROGRAM COULD PROVE SAVINGS 

AGENCIES PLEAO FOR BUDGET MONEY 

AFTER OECAOE OF PROGRESS, why ARE COUNTY SCHOOLS IN BAO SHAPE? 
SCHOOLS NEEO TO PLAN BETTER 

ADAMS, MEDA 

GEORGE "AVER BETTERS COMMUNITY 

AOAMS, WILLIAM H. "BILL" III (RALEIGH) IOECEASEO) 

PLANE CRASH '.EAR ROU KILLS COUPLE FROM RALEIGH 

PLANE'S OWNER WAS EXPERIENCED PlL^T. Av!0 FAN OF UNC FOOTBALL 
PLANE CRASH CAUSE IS SOUGHT IN PROdS (INCORRECT HEADLINE I 



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N N U A L I N E X 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



NAMES 



CLUES SOUGHT IN CRASH 

OBITUSRY 

CLEARING THE RECURO 

OFFICIAL SAYS ENGINE FAILURE "AY HAVE CAUSED PLANE CRASH 

INVESTIGATIONS CONTINUE ON PLANE. COPTER CRASHES 

AOCOCK. OAVIO 

LAWYERS DISAGREE ON DUKE SUIT 

ADCOCK. GWEN K. 

NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GPANVILLc RACES 

CURRIN HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE RACE 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

ADCOCK. IRENF DEAN (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

AOCOCK, JUDGE G. 

BETHESDA NEEDS SEWER 

ADCOCK. LISA 

NOTE HE PASSED BEGAN ROMANTIC COURTSHIP 

4DC0C CITY'NEEDS r TO V EASE PRESSURE IN NEW HOPE CORRIDOR AREA 
ZONING PANEL TO VOICE GRIEVANCES TODAY 
POLITICS RAPPED IN ZONING RE3UEST 
PANELS FORMEO TO EASE COUNCIC-PCZ TALK 

AOCOCK. MIKE (N. BUCHANAN AVE. I 
MAN HELO IN CLUB CUTTINGS 
3 MEN INDICTEO FOR FATAL BEATING 



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AOCOCK. WILLIAM FRANK (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ADDERLEY. JULIAN "CANNONBALL" 

CANNONBALL COLLECTION COMING OUT OF THE VAULT 



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FOR HELPING THE END 

AOOISON, BRYANT 

DURHAM MAN HAS OUKE HEART TRANSPLANT 

HEART PATIENT IN STABLE CONDITION 

CONOITION UPGRADED ON HEART RECIPIENT AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

TRANSPLANT PATIENT STILL IMPROVING 

DUKE HEART TRANSPLANT PATIENT MOVED 

HEART RECIPIENT GOES HOME 

AOOISON. JEFF 

OURHAM YOUTH WINS 
RECEIVES AWARD 

AOOISON, LINWOOD ALLEN IOECEASED) 

DEAD MAN'S NA"E USED ON LICENSE 

ADINOLFI, TONY 

HEALTH-CARE GROUP BACKS MAYOR GULLEY 



ADLER, MORTIMER DR. 

SHANKER KEYNOTES TEACHER CONFERENCE AT UNC 

ADLER, RICHARO (CO"PPSER> 

COMPOSER RICHARD ADLER TO VISIT UNC 

•HEY, THERE' COMPOSER TO SPEND SPRINGTIME AT UNC 

AGNEW, RAY 

AGNEW TOP ROOKIE 

AGNEW COMPLETES PACK SWEEP 



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AGUALLO, ERNEST JIMENEZ 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED IN ASSAULT CASE 
ALLEGED SEXUAL OFFENDER TO GET NEW TRIAL 

AIKEN, BEN W. 

CAMP PUTNER MEMORIES 

AIKEN, FANNIE KATE (BAHAMAI (DECEASEDI 
UBITUARY 

AlKENS. CLAUOE 

SERIOUS BUSINESS 



THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

AITKEN, KATHRYN IPOTTERI ----- 

ARTS COUNCIL GIVES GRANTS TO 17 ARTISTS 

AITKEN. PAUL WESLEY REV. 
MAN IS MADE TO LIVE 

AITKEN, PETER (PHOTOGRAPHER! , 

ARTS COUNCIL GIVES GRANTS TO 17 ARTISTS 

AITKEN, PETER G. 

ARGUMENT LOSES CREDIBILITY 

SCIENCE WITHOUT ETHICS DEHUMANIZING 

ANIMAL RESEARCH NECESSARY 

RAISE OFBATE LEVEL 

IN DEFENSE OF ANIMALS 

AITKEN, WES 

TRAINING HOSPITAL CHAPLAINS 

'"" >X 'tuRN TO WOODSTOVES SPARKS EPA EFFORT TO CLEAN THEM UP 

AKERS. ARTHUR K. JR. (CHAPEL HILLI 
DUKE'S RATE OF RETURN 

AKINS. CLAUDE (TV-MOVIE STAR! 

GOLFERS INCLUDE CLAUDE AKINS. MICHAEL JORDAN 



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BLACK LEADER NOW PREACHES ISLAM 

ALARIE. MAPK 

ALARIE FOCUSES ON SHOWDOWN WITH STATE 

•VINTAGE ALARIE' 4G = S WOLFPACK 

ALARIE SPARKLES IN NEW ROLE 

ALARIE CHILLS FOES WITH HIS JANUARY EFFORT 

DUKE'S ALASIE FOUND HIS NICHE VS. VIRGINIA 

ALARIEi DEVILS OVERWHELM JACKETS 

ALARIE'S -NUMBERS' LOST IN DEVILS' DEEP CLASS 

DUKE SENIORS WANT 'MEMORABLE' FINISH 

Rn?ri.Tk 4 ^o? C I;^f N J OSS ',2 r: " >r 0NE aF "ODEST BEGINNINGS... 

DUKE PAIR TOPS ACC'S DYNAMIC DUOS 

FROM OUKE'S CLASS OF '66, A CLASS ACT 

BIAS UNANIMOUS ON ALL-ACC SENIOR FIVE 

ALL-AC C 

DUKE ScNIORS FNDING R AGS-TO-RI CHES ODYSSEY 

MR AL SUF* * L4ftIE SOARS ABOVE OLD DOMINION IN NCAA TOURNEY ACTION 

DUKE'S ALARIE SETS SIGHTS ON MANNING 

BLUE DEVIL ROOMIES 3ILAS. ALARIE TAKE CARE OF THE INSIDE 

ALARIE'S DEVILISH '0' HAUNTS JAYHAWKS 

DUKE BASKETBALL TEAM GOOD EXAMPLE OF CLASS 

FIRST AND FOREMOST... 

FRANCHISE PLAYER MISSING. BUT DRAFT IS PLENTY DEEP 

NBA FANS WANT INSTANT STARS 

TIME'S THE BEST JUDGE OF TUESDAY'S WINNERS 

A BUMPER CROP 

SURPRISES HIGHLIGHT NBA DRAFT 

alarie says Denver was his fnsi choice 

FANFARE: MQST NBA-DRAFTED SENIORS NOT GRADS 
ALARIE SIGNS WITH NUGGETS 
ALARIE SIGNS WITH NUGGETS 

ALBECK, STAN 

BULLS FIRE ALBECK DESPITE JORDAN'S TRADE THREAT 

ALBERS. AMNI 

ANNI ALBERS AT ACKLANO: THE FABRIC OF HOOERN LIFE 
SUBTLETY AND BEAUTY IMPRESS IN ALBERS EXHIBITION 
WEAVER'S OLD IDEAS SHOW NEw FREEDOM 

ALEERT, ERLINE JOHNSON TILLEY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ALBI. PETER 

A VIEWPOINT FROM PUERTO RICO: CASTRO HAS REMOVED THE YOUTH 
ALBRIGHT. ALEX 

GREENVILLE movie CALLED 'REAL PIECE OF HISTORY' 

ALCON, LEONARD 

CONDEMNATION CALLEO NECESSARY FOR LANDFILL TESTS 

WORK ON ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL ALMOST FINISHED 

PUBLIC INVITED TO TOUR NEW ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL 

DURHAM LAWYER WILL REPRESENT ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALCON SUPPORTS RAISING SALES TAX TO HELP SCHOOLS 

ALCON SAYS SCENIC RIVER STATUS WON'T HALT LANDFILL PLANS 

ALAMANCE HOPES TO GET SUPPORT ON LANDFILL PLANS 

TWO ALAMANCE BOARD MEMBERS BEGIN NEW TERMS 



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. ALAN 
UNC H 



ISTORY PROFESSOR CONSULTANT FOR 'SWEET LIBERTY' 

ALDERSCN. WILLIAM T. (OLD SALEM INC.) 

PRESIDENT IS SELECTED FOR OLO SALEM MUSEUM VILLAGE 

ALDRIDGE. ALLEN 

FIVE PEOPLE HONORED BY DURHAM JAYCE=S 

AWARD WINNERS 

ART IS PIG BUSINESS 

MASSIVE MOVEOUT BLAMED FOR WEAK RENTAL MARKET 

GET IN THE SPIRIT 

GROUND BROKEN FOR UNIVERSITY PLACE 

ALDRIDGE. 
3 HER 



WILLIS HOWLAND (DECEASEOI 
E HONORED BY CITY COUNCIL 



alea, tomas Gutierrez 

group ppotests refusal to let CUBAN visit duke 

ALEMAN. OMAR 

AUDIENCE HIGH ON ANTI-DRUG TALK 

0RUG AGENT FAVORS DEATH PENALTY FOR 0EALERS 

ALEX. RODNEY ANITHALEE 

PIZZA CARRIER ROBBED BY TWO MEN 

ALEXANDEPi ANNE IKIN) 

NINTH ST. GROCERY STORE NOW IN ERWIN SQUARE 

ALEXANDER. AVIS 

FITNESS PROGRAM ENCOURAGES SENIOR CITIZENS TO FLEX MUSCLES 

ALEXANDER. DCYLE 

BRAVES TRADE Sx-BULL WARD FOR ALEXANOER 

ALEXANDER. JOHN IPUBLIC RELATIONS! 
AGAIN. IT'S RALEIGH-DURHAM 

ALEXANDER. KELLY JR. ICHARLOTTEI 

JUDICIAL RACES DELAY SEEN IF INJUNCTION GRANTED 
BLACK LAWYERS WANT JUDICIAL ELECTIONS HELD 
NAACP HONORS LABOR ACTIVIST AT FUND DINNER 

ALEXANDER. LAWRENCE 

BAD GUY STEALS SHOW; SELLOUT TODAY 

ALEXANOER. LEX (GOLFER) 

NINTH ST. GROCERY STORE NOW IN ERWIN SyUARE 

ALEXANDER, MARY ANNE (MATTHEWS! 

THREE FROM N.C. IN PILLSBURY RAKE-OFF 

ALEXANOER, OLIVER TENNYSON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ALEXANDER, SHARI ELAINE 

AFTER CHASE. ORIVER FACES MANY CHARGES 

ALEXANDER. SKIP IGOLFER! 

ALEXANDER'S PATH LEAD HIM R I C-l T INTO SHRINE 

ALEXANDER BEATS KITE FOR AMATEUR TITLE 



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S 2 10/23/96 1 P F B71 

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S 2 1/11/86 A 3 P N M69 

H 2 7/06/86 B 1 N 

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H 2 10/04/86 A 9 N 
S 2 10/22/86 C 15 N 
S 2 11/03/86 A 3 H 



H 2 6/07/86 C I R W66 

S 2 1/21/86 B 1 N W82 

H 2 2/06/86 C 2 P F 

H 2 5/27/86 B 6 

H 2 2/26/86 B 5 N 



H 2 6/29/96 B 5 N C49 
S 2 6/30/86 8 N 
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FIVE SELECTEO FOR N.C. HALL QF FAME 

ALEXANOER, TOM (SKI BESORTI 
LET IT SNOW 

ALEXANDER. VERONICA ROSETTE MOTSEPE 

FORMER S. AFRICAN BEAUTY QUEEN JOINS FORCES 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



TO BATTLE APARTHEID 
WANTS ROLE AS N.C. JUDGE IN MOVIE 



ALEXANDER - RALSTON. ELRETA 

'SHUG' MEETS MS. ALEXANDER-RALSTON, 

ALFONSECA, MIGUEL 

TWO MEN FACING COCAINE CHARGES 
TESTS FIND FLOUR INSTEAD OF COCAINE 

ALFORD. CLARENCE PARKER "SAM" IHENDERSCNI (DECEASED! 

CLARENCE PARKER ALFORD, 85, HENDERSON CIVIC LEADER 

ALFORD, JAMES 

JOHNSON LEADING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 
JOHNSON WINS FRANKLIN SHERIFF PRIMARY 
FRANKLIN COUNTY VOTERS ELECT JOHNSON SHERIFF 
FRANKLIN TO NEED AN INTERIM SHERIFF 

ALFORD, JAMES CRAIG 

PEDESTRIAN CRITICALLY INJURED 

INJURED PEDESTRIAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

FOUR DEMOCRATS, ONE REPUBLICAN FILE FOR FRANKLIN SHERIFF 

ALFORD, PAUL 

DURHAM WOMAN ASPIRING MODEL 

ALFORD - MADDEN, KENDY 

FOOTLOOSE LEMUR NO LONGER ON THE LAM 

ALI , SHEIKH OUSTUM 

POLITICS OF MIDDLE EAST REVIEWED WITH SCRUTINY OF OIL DEPENDENT AREAS 

ALLAIRE, VICK1 MURPHY (LONDON, ENGLANOI (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ALLAN, BFBE (KINSTONI 

KINSTON WOMAN SAYS RAZOR BLADE WAS IN CEREAL 

ALLAN, EL IZABETH K. 

STUDENTS CHIDED FOR ALLEGED SIGN CAPER 

DUKE STUDENTS* SIGN-SWIPING CASES CONTINUED 

ALLAPEA, VICKI MURPHY (ENGLANDI IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ALLCOTT, JOHN V. DR. 

OONALDSON WAS FORCE IN N.C. ARCHITECTURE 

ALLEN, ANTHONY (FOOTBALL PLAYER I 

NORTHERN'S HERWEYER TO NAVY; DUKE LANDS TOP TIGHT END 
FOR DUKE'S ALLEN, HOME IS WHERE THE NEED IS 

ALLEN, BARBARA 

COUNTY TAX ABSTRACT NOT VERY HELPFUL 

FORMS TAX READERS 

TAX REPORT A STRUGGLE 

ALLEN, BESSIE BLAND (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, BILL 

ALLEN, LEARY SEEK SHERIFF'S OFFICE; CHANEY FILES FOR JUDGE 

ALLEN TO SEFK SHERIFF'S POST 

J.H. LIVtLY TO RUN FOR SHERIFF'S POST 

ALLEN FILES FOR OURHAM SHERIFF 

ALLEN FILES TO RUN FOR SHERIFF 

BELL, MRS. CLEMENT FILE FOR COUNTY BOARD 

ALLEN SUGGESTS MOVING SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT TO FORMER COURTHOUSE 

EX-SHERIFF ALLEN OUTLINES PLATFORM; BLASTS LEARY 

ALLEN: SHERIFF NEEDS CITIZEN INFORMATION NETWORK 

EX-SHERIFF SUFFERS HEART ATTACK WHILE CAMPAIGNING 

ALLEN'S CONDITION 'SERIOUS 

BILL ALLEN IN STABLE CONDITION 

FORMER SHERIFF 'CRITICAL' AGAIN 

FORMER SHERIFF ALLEN IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

FORMER SHERIFF'S CONDITION SERIOUS 

ALLEN 'SERIOUS' 

REPORTS: LEARY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING 

4 HOPFFULS SEEK SHERIFF'S SEAT 

CANDIDATES CLASH ON SATELLITE STATIONS 

BILL ALLEN TO CONTINUE CAMPAIGN FOR SHERIFF 

ALLEN CONFERENCE SET 

SHERIFF CANDIDATE ALLEN GETS TUT OF INTENSIVE CARE 

LEARY. COUNTY OFFICERS DENY ALLEN CHARGE OF NEPOTISM 

3 CHALLENGE LEARY IN PRIMARY 

LEGAL INTERESTS EVIDENT IN CAMPAIGN REPORTS 

SHERIFF LEARY DEFEATS CHALLENGERS 

VOTING PRECINCT TALLIES 

LEARY WINS SHERIFF'S RACE 

UNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES HIGH SPENDERS IN PRIMARY 

EX-DURHAM SHERIFF RECUPERATES AT HOME 

CLOUDS OF CRITICISM GREET BLACK HORSE RUN SALES AT STARTING GATE 

GUTHRIE REPORTS ENDORSEMENTS 

ALLEN, CHARLES (GARNERI 

DELIVERY MAN ROBBED OF WALLET 

ALLEN, DENNIS LEE 

GUNSHOT GRAZES MAN'S FOREHEAD 

MAN SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS FOR ASSAULT 

BELL SENTENCED FOR SHOOTING 

ALLEN, DONALD G. MRS. 

WHERE WAS JUSTICE? 

MOM SEEKS MORE THAN 4-MONTH TERM FOR EX-HUSBAND'S INCEST 

ALLEN, DORA A. (OECEASEUI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, EARL IDECEASEDI 

MAN GETS DEATH SENTENCE 

ALLEN, ELIZABETH OR. 

DENTIST'S PROPERTY TAKEN 

ALLEN, EVELYN JENKINS 

MAN WITH KNIFE ROBS STUDENT 

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1 


p 


N 


A54 


s 


2 


1/31/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 


H03 


s 


2 


3/27/86 


C 


1 


P 


N 


T85 


H 


2 


4/02/86 


b 


1 


p 


N 


"51 


s 


2 


4/02/66 


A 


3 




N 


T85 


H 


2 


4/17/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


M51 


s 


2 


4/17/86 


c 


1 


P 


N 




H 


2 


4/18/66 


B 


1 




N 




s 


2 


4/21/86 


A 


5 




N 




H 


2 


4/22/86 


c 


7 




N 




H 


2 


4/26/86 


c 


2 




N 




S 


2 


4/28/86 


A 


7 




N 




s 


2 


4/29/86 


A 


1 




N 


M06 


s 


2 


4/29/86 


B 


I 


P 


Q 


T85 


s 


2 


4/29/86 


B 


1 




g 


TB5 


H 


2 


5/01/86 


B 


1 




N 


M51 


s 


2 


5/01/86 


C 


1 




N 




s 


2 


5/02/86 


A 


2 




N 


T85 


H 


2 


5/03/66 


c 


I 




N 


S82 


H 


2 


5/04/66 


D 


1 


p 


N 


M51 


s 


2 


5/06/86 


A 


8 




N 


M06 


H 


2 


5/07/86 


A 


1 




N 


M51 


H 


2 


5/07/86 


A 


1 1 


C 


N 




S 


2 


5/07/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 


T85 


s 


2 


5/19/66 


A 


1 




N 


M06 


s 


2 


6/05/86 


A 


12 




N 


T85 


H 


2 


9/20/86 


C 


1 




N 


L41 


s 


2 


10/07/86 


C 


1 




N 


TBS 



H 2 6/08/66 C 9 



H 2 3/24/86 8 16 
H 2 10/04/66 B 3 
S 2 10/04/66 C 1 



H I 10/01/86 A 4 
H 2 10/05/86 C 7 



H 2 6/04/86 C 4 
H 2 6/05/86 B 2 



H 2 7/20/86 C 9 
H 2 3/16/86 C 7 
S 2 11/22/86 B 1 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



£!-?y DS S£ r 9T IC1SH GREET BLACK HORSE RUN SALES AT STARTING GATE 
BLACK HORSE RUN OEVELOPER SATS 120 DAYS UNTIL AMENITIES COMPLETE 

ALLEN, GENE 1 FRANKLIN CO. SCHOOLSI 

ALLEN NAMEO FRANKLIN SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT 

ALLEN, GLORIA (CANOLERI (DECEASED! 

TOUGH SENTENCES NEEDED FOR DRIVERS WHO DRINK 

ALLEN, GORDON P. (R0X30R0! 

HOME SAVINGS PLANS CONVERSION TO STOCK 

GORDON P. ALLEN RECEIVES ROXBORO JAYCEES' AWARD 

PERSON RtSlOENTS OPPOSE TOWNHOMES 

PERSON RESIDENTS CONTESTING ACTION ON DEVELOPMENT 

ALLEN, HPLLIS E. (CANDLER) (DECEASED! 

CAREENING CAR KILLS N.C. COUPLE IN S.C. 
TOUGH SENTENCES NEEDED FOP DRIVERS WHO DRINK 

ALLEN, HULEN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, HUNT JR. IHENOERSONI 

RIG LOADED WITH EGGS FLIPS OVER 

ALLEN, J. 5. (JUDGE! 

JUDICIAL ELECTIONS DRAW CANDIDATES 

JUDGE F. GORDON BATTLE FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

JUDGE CANDIDATES IN AREA UNOPPOSED 

ALLEN, JACK OEMPSEY (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, JAMES IHILLHAVEN LASALLEI 

NURSING HOME NOT ALL THAT BAD 
SOLVING LIFE'S PROBLEMS 
VOLUNTEERING KEEPS MAN BUSY 

ALLEN, JAMES L. OR. 

RISING INSURANCE COSTS PASSED ON TO THE PATIENTS, DOCTORS SAY 
ALLEN, JOHN D. 

NEW NORTH DURHAM OFFICE FOR ALLENTON 

ALLEN, JONATHAN I L I L c SV I LLE I 
ASSAULT CHARGES REDUCED 

ALLEN, LAURA M. (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, LEE ROY JR. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, R. TERRY 

INTEREST ON UNCLAIMED HONEY USED TO MAKE LOANS To NEEDY STUDENTS 

ALLEN, RAYMOND MAURICE (GRAHAM! 

INMATE DIES AFTER CAR RUNS INTO STREET CREW 

ALLEN, REGINALD O'BRIENT "RED" 

DURHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 

ALLEN, ROBFRT C. OR. (UNC-CHI 

UNC PROFESSORS RECEIVE FELLOWSHIPS FOR RESEARCH 

ALLEN, RONALD "PATOO" (ABC POLICE! 

2 ORUG ARRESTS RESULT FROM SE'VING OF PAPER 

ALLEN, SARAH DR. 

MATH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES NEW FACULTY 

ALLEN, SHIRLEY THOMAS (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, SIEGLINDA JOHNSON 

WCHAN IS CONVICTED OF BURNING HER BABY 
WOMAN WHO BURNEO SON GETS 2 LIFE SENTENCES 

ALLEN, TERRY IROXBOROI 

INJUREO MAN SAID 'STABLE 1 

ALLEN, THELMA GRACE (CHAPEL HILL! (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 



1, THOMAS C. II I FRANKLINTONI 
STOP FLOW OF SOUTHERN BLOOD 



ALLEN, VERNON 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, VIVIAN HOGAN (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ALLEN, VIVIETTE 

G»OUP HONORS DISTINGUISHED SALES PEOPLE 

ALLEN, WALLACE (DECEASED! 
UBI TUARY 

ALLEN, WESLEY BERNARD 

2 MORE ARRESTEO ON KIDNAPPING, ASSAULT CHARGES 

UNC STUDENT CHARGED IN SEX ASSAULT 

DTI STUOENT FACES CHARGES IN ASSAULT CASE 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

GRAND JURY ISSUES INDICTMENTS 

SUSPECT RELEASED AFTER BOND REDUCED 

ALLEN MAKES LOWER BONO 

ALLEN, WILLIAM EOWARO "NICK- 
MAN WITH KNIFE ROBS STUOENT 

ALLEN, WOODY 

FINE 'HANNAH' ONE MORE DIFFERENT STEP FOR ALLEN 

ALLEVA, JOE 

ALLEVA ELEVATED ON BLUE DEVILS' ATHLETIC LADOER 

DUKE 'PLANTING' ASTROTURF ON INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC FIELOS 

ALLEX, RODNEY ANITHALS 

ROBBtR GETS PIZZA, CASH FROM nELIVEPYMAN 



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PAGE 6 
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N E 
P D 


S 

DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P EYL 




H 2 
H 2 


9/20/86 C 
9/23/86 C 


1 

1 


N L4l 
N L4l 




H 1 


5/14/86 C 


1 


N 




S 2 


9/02/86 A 


4 


E 




H 2 
H 1 
H 1 
H 1 


1/19/86 C 
1/25/86 C 
7/08/86 C 
8/20/86 C 


1 
1 
1 
1 


N M97 
H 

N S30 
N 




H 2 
S 2 


8/28/86 B 
9/02/86 A 


2 
4 


N 
E 




H 2 
H 2 


4/06/66 C 
4/U8/B6 C 


2 

2 








H 1 


8/23/B6 C 


3 


N 




H 1 
H 3 

H 2 


5/30/86 B 
6/03/86 C 
6/07/86 C 


1 
1 
1 


N L40 

H 

N 




H 2 


9/15/66 A 


8 







S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


3/05/86 A 
5/06/86 A 
8/15/86 A 


4 
4 
4 


L 
L 
L 




H 2 


2/12/66 B 


1 


N S80 




h 2 


2/09/86 D 


12 


P P F70 




H 2 


12/12/86 C 


6 


N 




H 2 


6/05/66 B 


2 







H 2 


4/29/86 C 


2 







H 2 


11/29/86 A 


9 


N 




H ? 


5/15/86 B 


2 







S 2 


7/09/86 A 


1 


N T85 




H 3 


6/17/86 C 


3 


N U80 




H 2 


1/19/86 B 


5 


N 




H 2 


9/04/86 B 


6 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


11/10/86 B 
11/13/86 B 


8 
2 








h 2 
h 2 


8/29/86 A 
8/31/86 C 


10 

6 


N 
N 




S 2 


3/04/86 A 


5 


N 




H 2 


3/25/86 A 


e 


1 




H 2 
H 2 


U/U/86 C 
11/13/66 a 


2 
2 








H 2 


4/01/86 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/15/86 C 


2 







H 2 


5/12/86 A 


8 







S 2 


2/20/86 A 


16 f 


N 




H 2 


9/03/86 B 


6 







H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 1 
S 2 


3/02/66 A 
3/20/86 A 
3/20/86 A 
3/21/86 A 
4/09/86 C 
4/18/86 B 
4/18/86 A 


14 
»1 
3 
2 
1 
5 
I 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N Td5 

N 

N 




S 2 


1/22/86 B 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/14/86 D 


e 


R S66 




H 2 

h 2 


7/17/86 
7/30/86 


3 P 

l p 


N 

N C36 




S 2 


9/12/86 C 


i 


N 





MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



N E 
P D 



DATE 



PAGE 7 
1/09/87 



S I T 
E L 1 
C PG L P 1YL 



ALLEY. DEWEY E. (CAROLINA COMPONENTS CORPORATION! 
SETTING RECORD STRAIGHT 

ALLEY, JENNIFER 

TAR HEEL WOMEN'S COACH RESIGNS AFTER NINE SEASONS 

ALLISON, BOBBY 

•ANCIENT- ALLISON WINS WINSTON 
JLO-TIMERS THRIVING IN PURSUITS OF YOUNG 

ALLISON, OAVEY 

YOUNGER ALLISON DISPLAYS VETERAN DRIVING SKILLS AT TALLEDEGA 

ALLISON, F. V. JR. 

MUTUAL StL'S PROFITS JUMP 46X 

ALLISON, LAVONIA 

TRIBUTE PAID CONGRESSWOMAN 

COMMITTEE'S PICKS DAMAGE ITS CREDIBILITY 

COMMITTEE'S INFLUENCE NEEDS MORE THAN EDICTS 

UNITY AMONG BLACKS KEY TO SUCCESS 

DURHAM NEEDS UNITY 

SCHOOL BOND DECISIONS QUESTIONED 

U.S. CONGRESSMAN AMONG SPEAKERS AT EOUCATION MEET 

CONGRESSMAN TO SPEAK AT NCCU TOMORROW 

ALLISON, PAUL (STENCEL AERO ENG'G.I 

FRAUD CASE WILL GO TO TRIAL ON MONDAY 
TWO MEN ARE CONVICTED OF OEFRAUDING GOVERNMENT 
GOVERNMENT CONTINUES STENCEL FRAUD PROBE 
JURY INDICTS FORMER OFFICIAL 

ALLISON, RODNEY I DUKE U.) 

DUKE'S ALLISON ACCUSED I tj TEXAS TECH PROBE 

ALLISON, SALLIE BEATRICE I H I LLSBOROUGH I IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ALLRED, CARY (SENATOR! 

MOST AREA LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

GRANVILLE, VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE FACING NO OPPOSITION 

ALAMANCE POLITICS FIT NO MOLD 

SENATORS HUNT, WALKER PACE 1 6T H DISTRICT WITH 67* OF VOTES IN 

CASWELL VOTERS GIVE DANIEL NOMINATION TO STATE SENATE 

MOTION TO BLOCK LANDFILL IN ALAMANCE COUNTY FAILS 

CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF FOR STATE SENATE SEAT 

ALLRED, GINA PAIGE (OECEASEDI 

2-YEAR-OLD GIRL LOSES FIGHT AGAINST CANCER 

ALLRED, ROBERT (CLIMAX! 

2 ESCAPEES FROM OXFORD PRISON STILL AT LARGE 
2 ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

ALLRED, TOMMYE (ALAMANCE! 

GRANVILLE, VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE FACING NO OPPOSITION 

ALAMANCE POLITICS FIT NO MOLD 

CASWELL VOTERS GIVE OANIEL NOMINATION TO STATE SENATE 

ALPHIN, MYRTLE CKINSTON! (DECEASED! 

HEAD-CN COLLISION KILLS 4, INJURES 1 NEAR KINSTON 

ALPHIN, OLIVER 

POTENTIAL BUYER EYES GE LANO 

ALSENTZER, ULRICH OR. 

POLIO SURVIVORS REPORTING EARLY SYMPTOMS OF AGING 

ALSTON, AOA M. (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

ALSTON, ALONZA IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON, ASHLEY WAYNE (CHAPEL HILLI 
DRUG PROBE NETS 19 

ALSTON, BEVERLY JONES 

PARENT ACCUSES TEACHER'S AIDE OF HITTING CHILD 

ALSTON, CARRIE S. 

PITTSBORO LIBRARY'S DEDICATION SET SUNDAY 

ALSTON, CHARLES 

CIVILIAN TICKETS PARKING OFFENDERS 

ALSTON, OORSEY 

MAN SHOT IN ABDOMEN 

ALSTON, EMMETT 

16 CHARGED WITH GAMBLING 

ALSTON, FRANCIS L. (WARREN CO.! 

NO RUNOFFS ARE EXPECTED IN WARREN 
WILLIAMS WINS RACE FOR WARREN SHERIFF 

ALSTON, FRANK HOWARD 

TREYBURN DEVELOPERS WORKED HA'.D TOWARO COMPROMISE 

TREY6UKN OEVELOPERS WENT THE EXTRA MILE 

EX-DURHAM RESIDENTS GIVE AWARDS IN N.Y. 

ALSTON, GEORGE G. JR. (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON, HENRY (CHAPEL HILLI 

OEFENOANT RULEO COMPETENT 

ALSTON, HENRY ALEXANDER 

ALSTON FOUND COMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL FOR MUROER 
SECOND-DEGREE MUROER PLEA ENTERED BY ALSTON IN SHOOTING 
ALSTON PLEADS GUILTY TO MUROER 
MAN GETS LIFE TERH FOR SLAYING 

ALSTON, HERMAN JR. 

THIS TAX COLLECTOR KNOWS WHAT IT'S LIKE TO PAY LATE 
DURHAM OFFICIAL EXPLAINS WHY HE DIDN'T PAY HIS TAXES 

ALSTON, ISAAC IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON, JAMES (THAMES COURT) 

PEDESTRIAN K1LLEO WHILE CROSSING DURHAM HIGHWAY 

ALSTON, JEFFREY 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 2 

H 2 

H 1 

S 2 



6/27/B6 A 4 
5/20/B6 1 



5/05/86 D 1 
5/06/86 A A 



12/28/86 B 13 
2/02/86 B 8 



3/03/86 B 1 

5/15/86 A A 

8/15/86 A A 

3/15/86 A 4 

8/26/86 A A 

11/25/86 A 4 

12/16/B6 C 3 

12/16/86 C 1 



1/11/86 8 3 

1/23/66 6 

1/24/86 B A 

7/11/86 A 13 



L 

P N 



P N 
E 



P N S80 

E 

E 

L 

L 

N J40 
P N 
P N S92 



S 2 U/05/86 D 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 3 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 



10/01/86 A 8 
10/02/86 B 2 



1/04/86 B 1 

2/04/86 C 3 

5/04/86 D 7 

5/07/66 C 1 

5/08/86 B 1 

9/09/86 C 1 

10/31/86 B 1 



N 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N H60 

N 046 



H 2 9/26/86 A 12 



H 2 

H 2 


4/14/86 
4/15/86 


A 
C 


15 
1 


N 
N 




H 1 
H 2 
H 1 


2/04/86 
5/04/86 
5/08/86 


C 

B 


3 

7 
1 


N 
N 
N 


046 
046 
046 


H 2 


8/07/66 


C 


16 


N 




S 2 


7/04/66 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


S 2 


9/25/86 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


6/06/66 


D 


4 







H 2 


8/12/86 


A 


8 







H 3 


1/16/86 


B 


1 


N 


B81 


H 2 


12/18/86 


B 


10 


N 




H 3 


10/25/86 


C 




P N 


K65 


H 3 


10/23/86 


B 




P N 


BIO 


H 3 


8/12/86 


C 




N 




H 2 


2/09/86 


8 




N 




H 1 
H 1 


2/05/66 
5/08/86 


B 
B 




N 
N 




S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


4/26/86 
4/28/86 
7/22/66 


A 
A 
A 


4 
4 
8 


L 
L 

N 




H 2 


2/06/86 


B 


2 







H 3 


7/04/66 


B 


1 


N 


W27 


S 2 
H 3 
S 2 

H 3 


7/04/66 
8/06/86 
8/06/66 
8/12/86 


C 
C 
A 
C 


6 
1 

5 
1 


N 
N 
N 
N 


W27 


H 2 
S 2 


10/10/86 
10/11/86 


A 
A 


1 
11 


N 
N 




H 2 
H 2 


5/05/66 
5/06/86 


c 

C 


2 
2 








H 2 


7/19/86 


c 


4 


N 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 8 

1/01/86 - 12/31/96 1/01/97 



GUNMAN ENTERS CAR, SHOOTS MAN. GETS CASH 

ALSTON. MARINA WILLIAMS (WARREN CO. I 
LIVING WITH THE PAST 

ALSTON. MAUOE DR. 

UNC-GREENSBORO INSTRUCTOR TRYING TO UNDERSTAND SUICIOE 

ALSTON. MELVIN DOUGLAS IHENDERSONI (DECEASED) 

BROTHERS DIE IN BURNING CAR AFTER COLLISION 

ALSTON, MICHAEL R. L. (CENTRAL ORPHANAGE OF N.C.I 
ALSTON TO SPEAK MEMORIAL OAY 
OXFORD ORPHANAGE DIRECTOR TO SPEAK 

ALSTON. PAMELA OENISE (MANSON) 

3 WOMEN CHARGED WITH LARCENY 

ALSTON. RAYMOND JR. (CHAPEL HILLI 

HAN FACES CHARGE OF IMPERSONATING SHERIFF'S OETFCTIVE 

ALSTON. ROBERT (CHARLOTTEI 

URBAN LEAGUE DIRECTOR LEAVING POST AFTER INQUIRY 

ALSTON. ROOSEVELT 

FOCUS ON OTHER THINGS 

ALSTON, ROSE 

LIBRARIANS FEAR PINCH FROM PORN LAWS 

ALSTON. ROSEMARY (MANSONI 

3 WOMEN CHARGED WITH LARCENY 

ALSTON, RYAN DEON (CHAPEL HILLI 
DRUG PROBE NETS 19 

ALSTON, SCOTT (OXFOROI 

OXFORD MAN FATALLY SHOT; ONE WOUNDED 

ALSTON, VALERIA 

DURHAM TEACHER GETS NATIONAL AWARO 

TWO TEACHERS TO GET PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS 

TEACHERS GET PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS 

ALSTON, VINCE MATTHEW (LOUISBURGI 

TEENS CHARGED IN MOTORCYCLE THEFTS 

ALSTON, WILLIAM G. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON. WILLIAM J. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

ALSTON. WOOOROW (HENDERSON) IDECEASEDI 

BROTHERS DIE IN BURNING CAR AFTER COLLISION 

ALSTON - GREEN. JULIA 

SIMPLE PLAY SAYS MUCH AT NCCU 

ALTMAN, FORREST 

TREYBURN PLANNING SHOULD BE DONE PUBLICLY 
GROUP AIMS TO PROTECT WATERSHED 

ALVERAS - BALDERAZ, PAULIN (DECEASED) 
MEXICAN TRAFFIC VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

ALYEA, NANCY ANDERSON (OECEASEDI 



'6i 



BITUARY 

AMAKER. TOM 

AMAKER'S PLAY KEY INGREDIENT FOR DEVILS 

AMAKER HAY SIT OUT DUKE'S ACC OPENER 

BLUE DEVILS SURVIVE AMAKER'S INJURY 

AMAKER OUKE'S MR. T WHEN IT COMES TO 

P.M. 0IGE5T 

GILLIAM LEADS U.S. SUUAO TO FOURTH WIN 

ACC TRIO SPARKS AMERICANS 

ACC A MAJOR FACTOP IN WIN OVER U.S.S.R. 

WITH THE UNITED STATES' HORSES, WORLO SAW STARS I AND STRIPESI 

UVA WON'T OPERATE EARLY WITH CALLOWAY 

AMAKER HAS GROWN UP AT THE POINT 

ROBERT BRICKEY, TOMMY AMAKER, 4, HELP DUKE... 

AMAYA, DONNA M. 

MADD FOCUS ON PROMS, GRADUATIONS 
LAW MEANT TO SAVE LIVES 
DRINKING LAW WRONG 

AMBERSON. TIMOTHY MARCK 

CHARLOTTE MURDER SUSPECT SURRENOERS 

AMBROSE, INFANT GIRL IDECEASEDI 
091 TUARY 

AMERSON, CONRAO KEITH 

STATE COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ASSAULT CASE 

AMERSON, WILLIAM JUNIOR 

STATE COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ASSAULT CASE 

AMICK, LARRY 

OURHAM IS GETTING LESS AND LESS OF THE TRAVELER'S OOLLAR IN CAROLINA 

AMMONS, A. R. 

GOVERNOR PRESENTS N.C. AWARO TO FIVE PEOPLE 

AMMONS. JUSTUS M. 

DEVELOPER PURCHASES LANO IN NAGS HEAO 

AHNOT, DEL 

FATHERHOOD CHANGES LITTLE OVER YEARS 
GIRL SCOUTS GIVE SERVICE AWARDS 

AMNUTT, JANE 

GIRL SCOUTS GIVE SERVICE AWARDS 

AMORY, CLEVELAND 

PHASE-OUT PLAN TO GET LEAD (SHOT) OUT BY "91 

ANCELL. MICHAEL 

BE OPEN ANO HONEST 

ANDERSON, BILL (WESTERN CAROLINA LM I V . I 

CONFERENCE MARKS 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF 'TRAIL OF TEARS' 

ANDERSON. CAROL 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


s 

E 
C 


PG 


I 
L 

L 


T 
Y 

P 


RYL 


S 2 


9/22/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


12/07/86 


E 


1 


p 


F 


H45 


H 2 


12/13/86 


C 


6 




N 




H 2 


10/19/86 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 
H 2 


5/16/86 
5/18/86 


c 

C 


7 
10 




N 
N 




H 2 


6/19/86 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


8/16/86 


c 


2 




N 




H 2 


3/11/86 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


12/15/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


6/21/86 


A 


1 




N 


S33 


H 2 


6/19/86 


A 


9 




N 




H 3 


1/16/B6 


B 


1 




N 


R81 


H 1 


B/19/B6 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 
H 2 
H 2 


9/08/86 
9/12/86 
9/30/86 


A 

c 
c 


1 
6 
3 


P 


N 
N 
N 


S84 


H 1 


1/09/86 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/13/86 


B 


2 









H 2 


3/11/86 


C 


2 









H 2 


10/19/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


2/28/86 





e 


P 


R 


W66 


H 2 
H 2 


1/21/86 
5/16/86 


A 

B 


4 
1 




L 


M97 


H 2 


5/28/66 


C 


12 




N 




H 2 


3/24/86 


B 


8 









S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


1/15/86 

3/07/86 

3/08/86 

3/16/86 

6/27/86 

7/03/86 

7/21/86 

7/23/86 

7/24/86 

11/02/86 

11/14/86 

12/08/86 


D 
C 
8 
B 

D 
D 
D 
A 

8 

D 


1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
1 
9 
2 
1 


P 
P 
P 

p 

p 
p 


U 
N 
U 

u 

N 
N 
N 
E 
U 
N 
N 
P 


D18 
C52 
F25 
D71 

071 
D71 
F25 
K30 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


4/30/86 
9/16/86 
9/19/86 


A 
A 
A 


4 
4 
4 




L 

L 

L 




H 2 


10/08/86 


A 


12 




N 




H 2 


10/20/86 


A 


8 









H 2 


3/06/86 


A 


15 




N 




H 2 


3/06/86 


A 


15 




N 




H 2 


4/27/86 


C 


13 




U 


L41 


H 2 


11/22/86 


A 


9 


p 


N 




H 2 


4/19/86 


B 


3 




N 




S 2 
S 2 


6/13/B6 
12/15/86 


B 
C 


1 
3 


p 


F 
N 


Y55 


S 2 


12/15/86 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


7/13/86 


B 


8 




N 


W60 


H 2 


6/27/86 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


4/06/86 


C 


9 




N 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



CITIZENS* COUP SIDES HUH MAYOR ON RECALL 
HATER, SEWER BONDS TO HELP DEVELOPERS 
A PUPPET SHOW 
CAMPBELL OOES HOMEWORK 

ANDERSON, CATHERINE (ROXBOROI 

AFTER TWO 'MIRACLES,' SHE'S GL AO TO BE HERE 

AN0ER5DN, DENNY W. (WILMINGTON) 
HE WANTS FEAR OUT 

ANDERSON, DOUG ICARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMENI 
CORRECTIONS 

CARRBORO ALDERMAN LEAVING 
CARRBORO ALOERMAN TO RESIGN POSITION 
ALDERMEN TO DECIDE APPOINTMENT PROCESS 
WANT TO BE AN ALOERMAN? DEADLINE TODAY 
SIX SEEKING CARRBORO BOARD POSITION 

ANDERSON, E. 

ABUSES IN COUNSELING 

ANDERSON, FRANK 

BUSINESSMAN RAPS TAX POLICY AT CONFERENCE 

TRIANGLE BUSINESSMEN TO REPRESENT STATE DURING WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE 

12 FROM AREA TO ATTEND WHITE HOUSE SESSION 

ANDERSON. FRANKLIN 

BROYHILL IN AREA COURTING MINORITY BUSINESS LEADERS 
CUSTOM MOLDERS OWNER TO BE HONORED 
FIVE NUMINATEO FOR CHAMBER'S BOARD 
5 NOMINATED FOR DURHAM CHAMBER BOARD 

ANDERSON, GEORGE CRAIG (LOUISBURGI 

FRANKLIN MAN IS CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT 

ANDERSON, HENRY MCLAIN (PARK RANGER I 

OARE LAWMEN APPEAL FOR MAN TO GIVE UP 

MAN IS HELD IN SHOOTING AT RAMGER 

MAN FACES COURT APPEARANCE ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

ANDERSON, HOUSTON R. JR. 

LUNG THERAPY GROWS INCREASINGLY VITAL 

ANDERSON, JACK 

DOCUMENTS SHOW YOUNG SMOKERS TARGETS OF ADS BY TOBACCO FIRM 

CONGRESSMEN STALKED ON HANDGUN BILL 

STATE DEPARTMENT RECEIVES BARRAGE OF POINTED QUESTIONS FROM SEN. HELMS 

MEXICANS ADMIT CORRUPTION PROBLEM 

N.C.-MAOE DRUG PUTS AIDS ON HOLO 

INDIANA'S LUGAR STRIKES ODD ALLIANCE WITH NORTH CAROLINA'S JESSE HELMS 

RACIST GROUPS USE COMPUTERS TO ADVOCATE THEIR BIGOTED VIEWS 

ANDERSON. JANE BARRON (MATTHEWSI 

FORMER WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER CHARGED IN SLAYING 

FORMER GOV.'S DAUGHTER WAIVES EXTRADITION 

WEST VIRGINIA COURT WITHDRAWS MURDER WARRANTS AGAINST COUPLE 

ANDERSON. JEAN B. 

HISTORY GROUP CITES DURHAM, ORANGE RESIDENTS 

WIDE SPECTRUM OF SCHOLARSHIP SHOWN IN N.C. CULTURE AWARDS 

PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR SURPRISED: SLAVE ANCESTORS BOUGHT A FARM 

ANDERSON, JERRY ARTOR (MATTHEWSI 

FORMER WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER CHARGED IN SLAYING 

FORMER GOV.'S DAUGHTER WAIVES EXTRADITION 

WEST VIRGINIA COURT WITHDRAWS MURDER WARRANTS AGAINST COUPLE 



PAGE 9 
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(DECEASED! 



ANOERSON, JOHN 0. 
OBITUARY 

ANDERSON, KAREN 

ILLITERACY: PROGRAM TEACHES ADULTS TO REAO 

ANDERSON. KIRK 

FORMER BEAUTY QUEEN FACES TRIAL 

ANOERSON, NANCY OR. 

GRANVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL 'STRUT 



THEIR COMPUTER STUFF' 



ANDERSON. NORMAN DR. 

DUKE STUDY: BODIES OF BLACKS, WHITESMAY REACT DIFFERENTLY 10 STRESS 
CAN RELAXING CUT BLOOO PRESSURE? 

ANDERSON, PAGE DR. 

N.C. PEDIATRICIANS RELY ON DUKE FOR HELP 

ANDERSON. OUENTIN 

GASOLINE PRICES AT 6-YEAR LOW IN CAROLINAS 

ANOERSON, RICKY (DEAF FOOTBALL PLAYER1 

HIS ONLY HANDICAP IS NOT HEARING THE CHEERS 

ANDERSON, RUBY Y. 

WHY ISN'T STREET PAVED? 

ANOERSON, SHARON ANNETTE 

FORMER CLERK CONVICTED UNDER OBSCENITY LAW 

ANDERSON, SYLVIA 

EDUCATORS: PUPILS SHOULD PONDER JOB PLANS 
TEACHERS UPSET ABOUT PROPOSAL TO SHIFT COURSES 

ANDERSON, THELMA (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ANDERSON, THOMAS (VIRGINIA BEACH) 

VIRGINIA MAN BELIEVED DROWNED IN KERR LAKE 
SEARCH AT KERR LAKE FOR MAN CONTINUES 
BODY OF DROWNED MAN FOUND 

ANDERSON, THOMASINE W. 

NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GRANVILLE RACES 

CURRIN HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE RACE 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

ANOERSON. W. HOLT 

WILLIAM A. STOKES ELECTEO PRESIDENT OF CHAMBER FOR 1987 

ANOERSON. WILLIAM OR. 

TEEN SUICIDE TOPIC AT DUKE 

ANDRADE. BILLY 

WAKE'S ANDRAOE CLAIMS NORTH-SOUTH GOLF CROWN 
ANDRADE WINS N-S 



N E 
P D 



OATE 



S 

E 

C PG 



L P BYL 



S 2 7/19/86 A I P N R85 

S 2 10/31/86 A 11 L 

H 2 11/02/86 DSL 

H 2 12/16/86 A 4 L 



H 2 1/09/86 A 1 P N S80 



H 2 5/01/86 B 3 



2/07/86 B 1 

3/20/86 B 1 

3/20/86 A 3 

3/27/86 B 1 

4/16/86 C 1 

4/18/86 B 1 



H 2 9/22/86 A 



S 2 1/28/86 C I N W82 
S 2 1/29/86 o 1 N W82 
H 2 1/30/86 A 20 N 



9/30/86 
10/01/86 
12/03/86 
12/06/86 



H 1 5/17/86 C 



H 2 4/12/86 A 
H 2 4/14/86 A 
H 2 4/15/86 B 



5 2 10/10/86 C 

S 2 1/23/86 A 

S 2 2/13/86 A 

S 2 4/21/86 A 

S 2 6/18/86 A 

S 2 8/06/86 A 

S 2 10/09/86 A 

S 2 11/04/86 A 



H 2 3/19/86 B 
H 1 3/22/R6 C 
H 2 3/29/86 B 



S 2 11/08/86 B 
H 2 11/09/86 
H 2 11/10/86 B 



H 2 3/19/86 B 
H 1 3/22/86 C 
H 2 3/29/86 B 



H 2 6/07/R6 C 

H 2 10/12/86 D 

H 2 2/17/86 A 

S 2 12/02/86 C 



H 2 4/11/86 A 
H 2 12/14/J16 D 



H 2 5/13/86 D 

S 2 2/18/86 C 

H 2 1/19/86 C 

H 2 7/31/86 A 

H 2 3/29/86 B 



S 2 1/04/86 A 
H 2 12/17/86 C 



H 2 11/06/86 B 
H 2 11/07/86 C 



H 2 4/28/86 C 
H 2 4/29/86 B 
H 2 5/05/86 C 



H 1 2/05/86 B 
H 1 5/07/86 C 
H 1 5/08/86 B 



H 2 12/24/86 C 
H 2 10/06/86 B 



H 2 5/19/86 D 
S 2 5/19/86 D 



N L40 
N L4I 



3 P 

2 



3 
1 


P 


U 
N 


H45 
S80 


3 
2 
4 


P 


N 
N 
N 




4 









1 


D 


N 


M07 


13 




N 




1 


P 


N 


S92 


12 
3 


P 


N 

N 


D80 
C60 


9 




F 


N50 


4 




N 




1 


P 


N 


C36 


4 




L 





3 
1 




N 
N 


J13 
J 40 


2 

10 










2 

3 
1 




N 
N 
N 




I 
1 
1 




N 
N 
N 




I 


P 


N 


L41 


9 




N 


080 


4 
11 


P 


N 

N 





MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



DEACS. DOWN BUT NOT OUT, STAGE LATE RALLY FOR GOLF TITLE 
ANORADE SHARES LEAU: PARKER 1 BACK 
RHYAN LEADS SOUTHERN AMATEUR GOLF 

ANORESEN. JULIE 

COUNCIL REJECTS EARLIER TIMETABLE FOR GUIDELINES 
TWO-BLOCK CARRBOKO DISTRICT PLACED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 
BALKING COUNCIL OKS MIXED-USE ZONES 

ANDREW* PRINCE 

WEDDING BEGINS ROYAL FAIRY TALE 
COVENANT OF COMMITMENT 



(OECEASEOI 



ANDREWS, BENJAMINE 

OP.ITUARY 

OBITUARY 

ANDREWS. BILL 

UNION FIGHTING PROPOSAL LIFTING BAN ON CLOTHING MAKERS WORKING AT HOME 

ANDREWS. BRE'.'DA 

GAY LIFE A TIME BOMB 
CHRISTIANS HAVE RIGHTS. TOO 

ANDREWS, CLARICE JEWEL (CARRBOROI (DECEASEDI 

CARRBORO WOMAN DIES IN COLLISION IN PENNSYLVANIA 

ANDREWS, DALE 

BOTTLED WATER SALES BUBBLING ALONG 

ANOREWS. OICKIE ANO BARBARA 

TOUR OF HOMES IN CARRBORO 

ANOREWS, DINK 

PAIR OF TOURNAMENTS OFF HILLANDALE SCHEDULE 

CHASING THE DREAM: THESE VETERANS CONTINUE THEIR ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP... 

ANDREWS, DOCK FRANKLIN I H I LL SOOROU'.HI (OECEASEOI 
081 TUARY 

ANOREWS, ERVIM HOWARD (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS, ESTHER 

KITCHEN HAS OOWN-HOME CHARM 

ANDREWS, EUGENE LARRY (SNEADS FERRY I 

26 PEOPLE INDICTED IN SMUGGLING CASE 

ANOREWS, FRANCES (WILSONI 

THREE FROM N.C. IN PILLSBURY BAKE-OFF 

ANOREWS. HERBERT GATTIS JR. (DECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

ANOREWS, JEANNETTE YOUNG (DECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

ANDREWS. LARRY 

NEW POST OFFICE IN CARRBORO LIKELY WILL BE OOWNTOWN 

ANOREWS. MARK (NORTH DAKOTA) 

SEVEN GOP SENATORS IN TOUGH CAMPAIGNS 

ANOREWS. MARK (REPORTER! 

BE WARY OF MONEY-RAISERS 

ANDREWS. MICHAEL OAVIO ( W. MARKHAM AVE. I 

POLICE ARREST MAN FOR ASSAULT WITH CAR 

3 MEN INDICTED FOR FATAL BEATING 

MAN SAYS DEFENDANT USED CAR TO ASSAULT HIM, PIN HIM TO TREE 

NO-CONTEST PLEA ENTERED IN ASSAULT 

MAN GETS NO PENALTY FOR ASSAULT WITH CAR 

ANOREWS, MIKE I DURHAM CO. SHERIFF'S OEPT.I 

SHERIFF'S MAJ. LOVE TO RETIRE: LEARY ANNOUNCES NINE PROMOTIONS 

ANDREWS, MORRIS MCLAIN (HIGH POINTI 

THREE DAVIDSON PEOPLE HELD IN SLAYING 
PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND IN ROWAN MUROER CASE 



ANDREWS, NELLE R. 
OBITUARY 



(CHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEOI 



ANOREWS. PAT 

PEANUT BUTTER CANOY FAVORITE OF FAIRGOERS 

EWS, R 
OBlTU 

ANOREWS, SALINA ROYCROFT (BAHAMAI (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

ANDREWS. SALLY 

BECKY HERON WORKS FOR ALL 

ANDREWS. SCOTT 

BOTTLEO WATER SALES BUBBLING ALONG 

ANDREWS. THUMAS J. 

JUDGE HUOSON FILES TO KEEP BENCH SEAT 

ANOREWS FILES FOR JUDGE 

ANOREWS TO CHALLENGE LABARRE FOR JUDGESHIP 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ONE JUDGE HAVE OPPONENTS IN ELECTION 

THOMAS J. ANDREWS FOR JUOGE (AOI 

THUMAS J. ANDREWS FOR JUDGE (ADI 

TAKE POLITICS OUT OF COURTS 

THOMAS J. ANDREWS FOR JUDGE (ADI 

THOMAS J. ANDREWS FOR JUOGE (AOI 

JAMES B. CRAVEN III: I SUPPORT ANOREWS FOR JUDGE (AOI 

DURHAM GROUP ANNOUNCES ENDORSEMENTS 

BUSINESSMAN JIM OUNN SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUDGE (AOI 

REPORTS: LEARY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING 

WHOOPS! WE GOOFEO: ANDREWS FOR JUDGE (AOI 

ATTORNEY FACES INCUMBENT IN RACE FUR DISTRICT JUDGE 

CANDIDATES DISCUSS SPEEDY TRIAL LAW 

COL. DICK MATTHEWS SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUOGE (ADI 

PASTOR BILL HARRINGTON SAYS: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUDGE (AOI 

ANDREWS SUPPORTED FOR JUDGE 

OEAN PAUL CARRINGTON SAYS: I SUPPORT ANOREWS FOR JUDGE (ADI 

JANE DAVIS ROURK SAYS: I SUPPTRT ANDREWS FOR JUOGE (AOI 

5 CANDIDATES RUN IN 2 DISTRICT JUDGESHIP RACES 

EDUCATOR FURNEY BROWN SAYS: I SUPPORT ANOREWS FOR JUOGE (AOI 

BLACK COMMITTEE REPORTEDLY BACKING CHALLENGERS TODAY 

LEGAL INTERESTS EVIDENT IN CAMPAIGN REPORTS 

VOTING PRECINCT TALLIES 



; 










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N E 
P 


DATE 


S 

E 
C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 


3YL 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


6/01/86 
6/29/86 
7/17/86 


B 
B 



1 

7 
4 


P N 

N 
N 


C49 


H 3 
H 3 

H 3 


1/28/86 

9/23/86 

10/28/86 


C 

c 
c 


1 
3 
3 


N 
N 
N 


B81 
B81 
B81 


H 2 
H 2 


7/23/R6 
7/27/86 


A 
D 


4 
4 


E 




H 2 
H 2 


2/16/86 
2/17/86 


B 
A 


2 

10 








H 2 


9/22/86 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


8/04/86 
8/05/86 


A 
A 


4 
4 


L 
L 




H 2 


8/31/86 


C 


2 







H 2 


7/18/86 


B 


3 


N 




H 2 


12/15/86 


A 


14 


P P 


K30 


H 2 
H 2 


3/16/86 
6/29/86 


a 

B 


12 

r 


N 
P N 


C49 
C49 


H 2 


9/25/06 


B 


2 







H 2 


10/0<r/86 


A 


8 







S 2 


7/30/06 


B 


1 


P F 


G59 


H 2 


2/28/86 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


2/06/86 


C 


2 


P F 




H 2 


3/24/86 


B 


6 







H 2 


2/24/86 


C 


2 







H 3 


9/13/06 


C 


1 


N 


006 


H 2 


10/20/06 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


4/01/06 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


3/01/06 

5/06/R6 

12/03/06 

12/04/06 

12/04/06 


A 
C 

B 
C 
C 


5 
1 
16 
9 
9 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


T85 
S82 


H 2 


12/20/06 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


12/12/06 
12/31/06 


A 
C 


25 
12 


N 
N 




H 2 


1/14/06 


C 


6 








H 2 13/11/06 A I P N C60 

H 2 7/26/06 C 2 

H 2 6/23/06 B 6 

H 2 4/23/86 A 4 L 



H 2 7/18/06 B 



N 



H 2 


1/30/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 


S82 


S 2 


1/30/06 


A 


I 


p 


N 


X05 


H 2 


1/31/06 


B 


1 


p 


N 


S82 


H 2 


2/04/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


4/20/06 


A 


15 


p 


A 




H 2 


4/23/86 


A 


7 


p 


A 




H 2 


4/25/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


4/25/86 


A 


11 


P 


A 




H 2 


4/27/86 


A 


9 


p 


A 




H 2 


4/28/86 


A 


9 


p 


A 




H 2 


4/29/86 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


4/29/06 


A 


3 


p 


A 




S 2 


4/29/06 


A 


1 




N 


M06 


H 2 


4/30/06 


C 


2 




A 




S 2 


4/30/06 


c 


1 


P 





T85 


S 2 


4/30/86 


c 


1 







T85 


S 2 


4/30/86 


c 


11 


P 


A 




H 2 


5/01/86 


A 


17 


p 


A 




S 2 


5/01/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


5/02/86 


A 


6 


p 


A 




H 2 


5/03/86 


A 


9 


p 


A 




H 2 


5/04/86 


D 


2 


p 


N 


S82 


H 2 


5/05/86 


A 


7 




A 




H 2 


5/06/86 


c 


1 




N 


X23 


S 2 


5/06/86 


A 


8 




N 


M06 


H 2 


5/U7/86 


A 


11 


C 


N 








1)40- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGt 11 

1/01/B6 - 12/31/86 1/00/87 

S I T 

N 6 ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 8YL 

LABARRE TURNS BACK CHALLENGER ANDREWS H 2 5/07/86 C 1 P N S82 

LABARRE. CARR WIN; MS. JOHNSON TOPS 2 S 2 5/07/86 C 1 P N "Ob 

MANY BLACKS SHUN COMMITTEE'S PICKS H 2 5/06/B6 A A E 

WHY ARE COMMITTEE •OBSERVERS 1 QUOTEO? H 2 5/14/86 A 4 L 

UNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES HIGH SPENDERS IN PRIMARY S 2 5/19/86 A 1 N "06 

MOM SEEKS HORE THAN 4-MONTH TERM FOR EX-HUSBAND'S INCEST H 2 10/05/86 C' 7 N A54 

ANDREWS. WESLEY 

CARPENTER'S SUSPENDS 3 BLACK SALESMEN FOR TAKING HOLIDAY H 2 1/22/86 C 1 P N W36 

3 BLACKS OUIT CARPENTER'S H 2 1/23/86 B 1 N 

ANCELL. BECKY 

COUPLE NAMED PASTORS OF DURHAM MENNONITES H 2 8/30/86 A 8 P N 

ANCELL. JOHN 

COUPLE NAMED PASTORS OF DURHAM MENNONITES H 2 8/30/86 A 8 P N 

ANGELOU. MAYA (WRITER I . „ , 

MAYA ANGELOU FEATURED S 2 2/06/86 D 10 N 

THE LITERARY LANTERN S 2 5/07/86 C 4 R 

ANGIER, LIDA DUKE 

THEY CAME FROM FAR ANO WIDE H 2 4/08/86 B 2 P U H45 

ANGIER. N. D. JR. 

THEY CAME FROM FAR AND WIDE H 2 4/08/86 B 2 P U H45 

ANGIER. NEWTCN DUKE , „ _ 

THEY CAME FROM FAR AND WIDE H 2 4/08/86 B 2 P U H45 

ANGIER. ZALENE 

THEY CAME FROM FAR ANO WIOE H 2 4/08/86 B 2 P U H45 

ANGLEY, FLOYD WILSON I0ECEASE0I . , „ 

MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING FOUND DEAO H 2 10/08/86 A 12 N 

AUGLEY, KATHLEFN (OECEASEDI 

MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING FOUNO DEAO H 2 10/08/86 A 12 N 

ANGYAL. ANDREW J. OR. ..,„,, 

ENGLISH PROFESSOR AT ELON COLLEGE WINS SECOND FULBRIGHT H I 10/04/86 C 1 N 

ANLYAN. WILLIAM G. DR. 

VA'S ASSOCIATE OIRECTOR LEAVING, BUT WON'T GO FAR H 2 2/02/86 B I N B30 

TRUSTEES OK COST-CUTTING AT SEA LEVEL H 2 3/02/86 BIN F50 

DUKE ALTERS MEDICAL CARE AT S" A LEVEL S 2 3/03/86 A 1 N S84 

LIFE FLIGHT PILOT HONORED S 2 8/07/86 A 1 P N W82 

DUKE TRUSTEES PONDER BRESSLER SUIT S 2 9/26/86 A 1 N SB4 

DUKE GETS t5 MILLION FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH S 2 9/29/86 A 1 N 

BIG LOSER IN 1981. NOW DUKE NORTH'S OCCUPANCY IS 90* H 2 12/13/86 C 1 N J40 

ANCFF, PHILLIP 

CHECK LAUNOERING CHARGE RESULTS IN 15-YEAR TERM H 2 11/06/86 C 24 N 

ANTIS. JAMES 

MAN ROBS WOMAN'S PURSE, RUNS S 2 10/27/86 C 1 N 

INMATE ESCAPES FROM GUESS ROAD PRISON UNIT H 2 10/28/86 D 4 N 

AONO. TETSUYA 

JAPANESE GANGSTER GETS WHAT HE DESERVES S 2 12/26/86 A 4 E 

APPS WILL PICK APKE H 2 6/02/86 3 N 

APPERSON. CHARLES DR. 

DROUGHT SENDS BUGS CRAWLING TO HUMANS S 2 7/26/86 A 1 T N S33 

fpuCKER HELPS OFFICER CONCLUOF 1-85 CHASE H 2 2/21/86 C 1 N 

POLICE PLAN SPECIAL EFFORT TO REDUCE DRUNKEN DRIVING H 2 9/09/86 B 4 N M51 

49 CITEO FOR ALCOHOL SALES H 2 U/19/86 B 1 N M51 

APPLE. JEFFREY W. IWASHINGTON, N.C.I (DECEASED! 

WASHINGTON TEEN FOUNO DEAD IN RIVER H 2 8/16/86 D 5 N 

ICHOOLS USING 27 OEFfcCTIVE BUSES H 3 2/11/86 B 1 N BIO 

ANNUAL WRITER'S CONFERENCE ATTRACTS TOP NAMES IN AREA H 2 2/16/86 D 3 U H45 

LANOSCAPE IS LANGUAGE IN APPLEWHITE CREATION H 2 6/08/86 D 3 P R 

OUKE WRITERS' CONFERENCE OFFERS INTERESTING READINGS H 2 6/08/86 3 U H45 

PROSE JOURNAL ASSUMES NATURE OF JOURNAL POEM H 2 6/29/86 D 3 P U H45 

WRITERS IN THE PARK HIT HIGH WATERMARK IN REAOING SESSIONS H 2 7/13/86 D 3 U H45 

TRIANGLE WRITERS GET GRANTS S 2 7/30/86 6 N 

OUKC PRCFS, STUOENT GET CULTURE AWARDS S 2 11/08/86 B 1 P N 

WIDE SPECTRUM OF SCHOLARSHIP SHOWN IN N.C. CULTURE AWARDS H 2 11/09/86 D 3 U H45 

Appi Cuul T c f MIKf- 

APPLEWHITE LEAVES UNC H 2 8/13/86 D I N C 36 

APPLEWHITE LANDS AT ECU AFTER TRANSFER REVERSAL H 2 8/16/86 D 1 N C 36 

APPLEYARO, OENNIS DR. ,, . ,_ , „__ 

U.S.. CANADA STUMBLING ON PATH TO FREER TRADE H 2 7/02/86 A 2 N H95 

AUUINO. CORAZON , ,,,,,„, . , 

THE LADY ANO THE LEVIATHON H 2 1/12/86 D 4 E 

NO MODEL FOR DEMOCRACY H 2 2/07/86 A 4 E 

FILIPINOS' BEST HOPE IS TO ELECT AOUINO H 2 2/07/86 A 5 J 

BUT. MR. MARCOS. ALL THESE CARDS ARE COMPLETELY BLANK!... (CARTOON) H 2 2/12/86 A 4 T T R56 

PHILIPPINES' ELECTION IS VICTORY FOR CHAOS H 2 2/18/86 A 4 E 

FILIPINOS SHOULD SHOW RESTRAINT AFTER MARCOS S 2 2/26/86 A 4 E 

PAPER CUT ICARTOONI H 2 2/27/86 A ATT R56 

NORTH CAROLINIANS. ..SAY MARCOS' OECISION PREVENTEO BLOODSHED H 2 2/27/86 A 10 N 

...I'M WORRIED ABOUT THAT COUN TR Y . . .NOT HAITI, THE OTHER ONE.. (CARTOON) H 2 3/02/86 D 4 T T R56 

COUNTING THE MARCOS SINS H 2 3/20/86 A 4 6 

MRS. AQUINO EARNS SKEPTICISM H 2 3/24/86 A 4 E 

MARCOS SHOULD GO IF HE SPARKED REBELLION S 2 7/08/86 A 4 E 

MRS. AUUINO LEARNS OUICKLY H 2 9/22/86 A 4 E 

PHILIPPINES' BASES VITAL H 2 10/17/86 A 4 E 

ENRILE REMAINS THREAT TO MRS. AQUINO'S POWER S 2 11/03/86 A 4 E 

AQUINO (CARTOON) H 2 11/13/86 A 4 T T R 56 

COUP! COU... (CARTOON) H 2 U/28/R6 A 4 T T R 56 

NUN DISCUSSES PHILIPPINES. E QU AL I TY . . . AND CORY H 2 12/05/86 B 2 P F H45 

AR - RAHMAAN, WILLARD ALI 

TEEN CHARGED WITH STEALING PURSE FROM WOMAN AT BANK H 2 11/12/86 C 2 N 

ARALIA. ELIZABETH (ARTISTI 

AT ART GUILD, NEW ICONS AND THE TRIANGLE SCENE H 2 5/23/86 9 P R G68 

ARBOGAST, JESSE LYNN (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 12/24/86 A 6 

OBITUARY H 2 12/25/86 B 2 

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P D DATE C PG I P BYL 

CONTRA LEADER ASKS HONEY, SYMPATHY S 2 2/25/86 A 5 P N B46 

ARENA, BRUCE 

GETTIN- ITS KICKS H 2 10/31/86 C I P N C5! 

ARENA, JAY M. OR. 

•IT'S JUST LIKE A BIG PARTY- H 2 5/13/86 7 P F N50 

ARENDS. HARYANN P. 

UNC WRESTLERS' HEARING RESET H 3 1/09/86 B 1 N 

UNC WRESTLERS BOUND OVER TO G* AND JURY u 2 3/20/86 A 22 N 

TWO FORMER WRFSTLERS AT UNC GIVEN SUSPENDED TERMS FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT H 3 9/30/86 CI N 

ARETAKI S, GREGORY 0. 

NEW YORK AIR RETURNING TO ROU H 2 6/13/06 B 4 N H97 

ARMAND, HENRI DR. 

NCCU PROF: HAITI WON'T HISS DUVACIER S 2 2/07/86 A 1 P N H03 

ARMBRUSTER. ANNE W. 

STATE TROOPERS FOUND INNOCENT OF CHARGES S 2 12/13/86 C 3 N 

ARMENTROUT, MICHAEL 

ARTS DRIVE ONLY tlS.OOO FROM ITS GOAL H 2 6/18/86 C 1 N W66 

ARMITAGE, JOHN H. DR. 

2 PA. OCCTORS WILL LEAD N.C. MEMORIAL HEART TEAM H 2 7/03/86 A 1 N 881 

2 PENNSYLVANIA DOCTORS LEAD N.C. MEMORIAL TRANSPLANT TEAM S f 7/03/86 A 5 N 

2§ART 1R plTl§NT l0 5Si!U L u R!!£° Y FOq ^'^PLANTS H 2 10/22/86 CI N B81 

HEART PATIENT HEADS HOME % 2 10/30/86 A 1 N 881 

ARMITAGE, RICHARD 

OFFICIAL DENIES POW REPORTS WERE COVEREO UP H 2 1/08/86 A 3 N 

ARMS, GEORGE EDWIN 10ECEASE01 

OBITUARY H 2 6/17/86 C 4 

ARMSTEAO, R08ERT LEE (EDENTONI 

FLIPPED TRUCK CLOGS 1-85 NORTH LANES 30 MILES H 2 5/14/66 A 1 P N 

ARMSTRONG, BRENDA 

WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT H , 2/23/86 E 1 P N H45 

SIX DESERVING WOMEN ARE HONORED BY YWCA H 2 2/26/86 A 4 E 

•HOORAY FOR WOMEN' 'f LUNCHEON THEME H I 3/13/86 C 6 P N H45 

WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT HONORED S 2 3/13/86 A 10 P N S27 

GOVERNOR REMOVES 2 EMC MEMBERS BEFORE CONTROVERSIAL VOTE TOMORROW S 2 9/10/66 C 3 N 

TWO DEMOCRATS OUSTEO FROM ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION H 2 9/11/86 D 7 N 

2 PICKED FOR ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM H 2 10/13/86 A 6 N 

ARMSTRONG, DOUG 

BLINDNESS OOESN'T STOP CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNER H 2 10/09/86 All F 

SLIND RUNNER KEEPS PUSHING S 2 10/10/86 A14 P N 

ARMSTRONG, ELSON JR. 

THE TRIANGLE'S FUTURE LIES IN DURHAM H 2 2/24/86 A 4 L 

THE COLLEGIATE HOOP CAPITAL H I 4/04/86 A 4 I 

DURHAM, BE WARY OF RALEIGH'S 'GREED' H 2 7/07/86 A 4 

MORE WEATHER DATA SOUGHT „ 2 7/27/86 D 4 L 

OURHA"'S WILO WEATHER S 2 8/18/86 A 4 I 

HEAT, BULLS MAKE AUGUST SPECIAL " 2 8/27/86 B 1 P J 

POW-MIA REMEMBRANCE fi 2 5/09/86 lit 

•LAND US IN LONDON- S 2 12/29/86 A Z C 

ARMSTRONG, JAMES 

SF?Fl5VSr L »SIJn N0ANCE P " LICT " AY HELP - HINDER S 2 6/12/86 A 1 N S84 

KbLtlVINb AWARD e 5 i/ii/ot r odd o 71 

SCREENING VISITORS HIGH SCHOOLS' TOP SECURITY H 2 10/01/86 C 1 N J40 

NORTHERN HIGH PRINCIPAL PUSHES COUNTY BONO VOTE S 2 10/27/66 A 3 N 

COMPUTER PLAYS TRUANCY OFFICER H 2 11/03/86 CI N 140 

TWO CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT OURHAM SERVICE STATION H 2 12/30/86 B 6 N 

ARMSTRONG, LAWRENCE IDECEASEO) 

OBITUARY H j 9/06/86 C 2 

ARMSTRONG, MARGARET G. IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 7/1H/R6 C 4 

ARMSTRONG, MARY ELLEN (BELVEDERE FARMSI 

■DOGNAPPERS 1 ARE BACK H 2 12/08/86 A 4 L 

ARMSTRONG, MIKE IBALLOONISTI 

CLEAR, WINDLESS DAYS GIVE A LIFT TO HOT-AIR BALLOONISTS H 2 4/04/86 8 1 P N S80 

ARMSTRONG, NEIL 

FORMfcR ASTRONAUTS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR... (CARTUONI H 2 5/18/86 D 4 T T C 50 

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT E. IMORDECAI ST. I 

MAN CHARGED WITH CUTTING THROAT OF COMPANION S 2 4/05/86 A 3 N 

MAN, 53, ARRESTED IN KNIFING OF FRIEND H 2 4/06/86 C 3 N 

ARMSTRONG, WESLEY 

DURHAM MAN'S BYSSINOSIS CLAIM UPHELD H 2 6/18/86 C 3 N 

ARMWOOD, JAMES CHRISTOPHER I F AY ETTE V I L L E I (0ECEASE01 

TEEN DROWNS IN LAKE H 2 4/03/86 B 2 N 

ARNAZ, DESI ( ENTERTAINERI lOFCFASEOI 

ARNAZ WAS INNOVATOR IN EARLY TV COMEOY S 2 12/05/66 A 4 E 

ARNOER, KENNETH WAYNE (DECEASE01 

STOCKTON GETS EXECUTION STAY S 2 10/02/66 A 1 N 

JUDGE POSTPONES EXECUTION IN VIRGINIA H 1 10/03/86 B I P N 

LONG DELAY IN STOCKTON EXFCUTION SEEN H 2 10/24/86 A 15 N 

ARNETT, EOWARO M. (DUKE FACULTY) 

SCIENTISTS ARE SKEPTICAL ABOUT STAR WARS H 2 6/05/86 A 4 L 

ARNETTE, AUDREY CLAUOETTE MCRAE (CLINTON) 

MOTHER CHARGED IN STRANGULATION OF 4-YEAR-OLD H 2 1/04/86 A 5 N 

ARNcTTE. FRANKLIN JR. (SALEMBURG) 

THREE ROBBERY VICTIMS ARE ARRESTED H 2 8/24/86 C 5 N 

MOTORISTS REPORT ROBBERY S 2 b/25/66 C 3 N 

ARNOLD, BILL IN.C. FILM COMMISSION) 

MOVIE MAKING A BOON TO THE TAR HEEL STATE H 2 1/25/86 A 4 E 

ARNOLD, GERALD IJyDGEJ 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICE LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR COURT TERM H 2 1/29/86 B 7 P N 

JUDGE FILES FOR SUPREME COURT SEAT H 2 2/02/66 B 4 N 

ARNOLD, JACK 

•TRANSITIONS' BRINGS OUT CAROLINA OANCER'S DRAMA H 2 10/31/86 15 R L34 

ARNOLD, JAMES M. 

8 SEEK TO FILL COUNCIL VACANCY H 2 12/24/86 CI N S51 



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* RN0L BagTstrate'J1fuses to charge unc students with trespass 

UNC N SHANTY T TOWN TORN DOWN: TRESPASSING CHARGES REJECTED AGAINST FIVE 

6 UNC STUOENTS, 1 EMPLOYEE ARRESTEO IN APARTHEID PROTEST 

UNC SHANTY TORN OOWN, 13 ARRESTED »,„,.,.„. 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES LODGED AGAINST PROTESTER:. 

ARNOLD, MATTHEW 

RESUMING FRIENDLINESS 

«RNONE, R JULIE 5 COHpuT6R FQR BQY H , T BY C4R 

AkON. TRISHA IENGLANDI 

PEN PALS MEET AT LAST 

ARONSON, ADAM (BUSINESS EXECUTIVE! 
ARONSON TO BE DUKE SPEAKER 

ARRINGTON, ALICE ANDERSON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

aRPIN w5g?l C*oSg^*AFTER WOMAN'S SUITCASE FOUND 
POLICE STILL SEEK MISSING WOMAN 
POLICE CONTINUE HUNT FOR MISSING WOMAN 
SEARCH FOR WOMAN CONTINUES 

ARRINGTON, C. JACK (SHERIFF, HAYWODD CO.! 

SHERIFF IS FINED FOR GIVING LI OUOR TO JAIL INMATE 

ARRINGTON, s GEORGE halk M|| ^ UMStF4D CENTER 

4RRIN CAUTION E EXPECTED IN FINAL DAYS OF TIGHT SENATE RACE 
4RRUW piTTs5oPO LIBRARY'S DEDICATION SET SUNDAY 

ARTHUR, BILLY CITES DURHAM, ORANGE RESIDENTS „....=.„„ 
PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR SURPRISED: SLAVE ANCESTORS BOUGHT A FARM 

ARTIAGA, JUAN (ROXBOROI 

ROXBORO HAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 



ARY, PERRY LYNN (DECEASED! 
MAN ISC' 
ROSEBORO 



MAN IS CHARGED AFTER CO-WORKER IS FOUND SLAIN _,-„.„. 
" RESIDENT SOUGHT IN SLAYING ARRESTED IN FLORIDA 



ASBILL, DONALD LEWIS , „... „„_.. 

MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD IN SPLIT VOTE 

SSHBAUGH, V. J. (OURHAH PLANNING A>JD ZONING COMM.I 
LAND SUBDIVISIONS HURTING NEIGHBORHOODS 

4SHBY |0UTHERN^S PARKER TOPS C1TY-C1UNTY LIST 

ASHE, BILLY JOE (DECEASEOI 

RALEIGH MAN GETS LIFE FOR MURDER 

ASHE, JOHN 

house damaged by fire, smoke 

4SHLE oiet a clTnic"doctor denies r U3 abuse 

ashworth, kimberly bpock ..,,.„„ 

top court upholds assault conviction 

ashworth, raymono folger (deceaseoi 
obituary 

askew, kenneth jr. 

man arrested inside church 

police arrest man hiding in church 

askins, dianne . __ 

donated hay dents feed shortage 

askins, weslfy . 

donated hay dents feed shortage 

4SSAD Dr" A ASSAD , S TESTED SNAKFBITE "EDICINE (CARTOON! 

ASSENMACHER, PAUL (DURHAM BULLS! rr 

FOUR EX-BULLS COULD MAKE BRAVES" STAFF 

ASSENMACHER jniNS BRAVES „„..,co 

ASSENMACHER RIDES STREAK ALL the WAY: BULLS TO BRAVES 
GUERRERO TO MISS 3 MONTHS: THOMAS SPARKS BRAVES 

ATHAS, DAPHNE 

CARRBORO WRITER TO SPFAK 

OREGON GOVERNOR GETS 'RED CARPET- TREATMENT 

ATKINS, CHESTER G. (O-MASS.I .„ _.,„ 

SOCIAL SECURITY ISSUE NEEDS FAIR APPROACH 

4TKINS 3'R E E»AiN FS0M?y3^P0ElCE E AC^EMY. 

4IKI ^P0dn0 L pulH'pA^SASr0F T ie3.6 "IfeLtON BOND ISSUE „ 

THE MAY 6 CITY ROND PACKAGE — "WE'RE GOING TO VOTE YES." (AD) 

ATKINS SELECTED FOR JAPAN PROS RAH „„_,_... 

ARCHITECT ATKINS FlusT TAR HEEL IN JAPAN PROGRAM 

IRAVtLING PRESIDENT OF MITSUBISHI SEEKS MORE YEN FOR DURHAM 

ATKINS' TOKYO DIARY: JAPANESE WANT BALANCED TRADE, TOO 

JAPANESE TRIP CAN FORGE LINKS 

ATKINS, LIOA SHEPHERD (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ATKINS, RICHARD (W. CLUB BLVD.! 

BULLET HITS MAN IN EYE IN GUNFIGHT 
GUNFIGHT ERUPTS ON LANCASTER STREET 

GROUP HONORS DISTINGUISHED SALES PEOPLE 



S 2 4/07/86 A 1 P N MIO 

S 2 4/07/86 A 7 P P 576 

H 2 4/08/86 A 1 P N 

H 2 11/21/66 A 1 P N L90 

S 2 11/21/86 A I N X50 

H 3 12/05/36 B 1 N W27 



H 2 8/14/86 A 4 E 

H 2 12/19/86 C 7 P N 

S 2 8/05/86 C 1 P F S84 

S 2 9/17/86 A 8 N 

H 2 10/04/B6 ABO 



H 2 1/18/86 C 1 P N M51 

S 2 1/18/86 A 11 N 

H 2 1/21/86 A 12 N 

S 2 1/21/86 B 5 N 



H 2 2/09/86 B 5 N 

H ?. 10/15/86 C 3 N 

H 2 10/26/86 C 3 N 

H 3 10/25/86 C 1 P N K65 



S 2 11/08/86 B 1 N 

H 2 11/10/86 B 1 P N S80 



H 1 9/23/86 C 1 



H 2 U/04/B6 B 3 
H 2 12/09/86 C 14 



H 2 10/22/86 C I " 

H 2 6/24/86 A 4 L 

S 2 11/27/86 C 3 P N B15 

H 2 11/15/86 C 3 N 

H 3 12/31/86 C 1 N 

H 2 12/03/86 B 1 N 

H 3 3/06/86 B 1 

H 2 1/29/86 B 6 



H 2 2/02/86 B 1 
S 2 2/03/86 C ' 



N L40 


N 

N 



H 1 7/30/86 C 1 P N S80 
H 1 7/30/86 C 1 P N S80 
H 2 11/06/86 A 4 T T ? 56 



H 2 1/30/86 D 4 P N 

S 2 4/02/86 D 3 P N P5? 

H 2 4/03/86 1 P U G5C 

H 2 4/04/86 C 2 P N 



H 2 11/16/86 CAN 

S 2 12/04/86 C 1 P N S92 

H 2 11/03/86 A 4 E 

H 2 5/25/86 CI U L57 



H 2 4/09/86 CI N S51 

H 2 4/29/66 A 6 P A 

S 2 9/09/86 A 1 N 'J82 

H 2 9/in/86 C 1 P N 

H 2 9/1 1/86 B 3 U L41 

H 2 10/19/86 D 14 P N L41 

S 2 11/15/86 A 1 P N W82 



H 2 2/24/86 C 



H 2 2/24/86 CI N M51 
S 2 2/24/86 C 1 N 



S 2 2/20/86 A 16 P N 



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ATKINS, HALT 

SANF0R0 TO MEET WITH INGRAM, SEEK SUPPORT 

SENATE CANDIDATE To GIV TO FOES 

POLITICAL LEGENDS ATOP DEMOCRATS" SENATE TICKET 

OEHOCRATIC SENATE CANDIDATES DIVIDED OVER GPAMM-RUOMAN 

ODOM CALLS FOR STRICTER POLLUTION CONTROLS 

INGRAM DEFENDS VOTER DRAWING IDEA 

CANDIDATES GIVE VIEWS ON EDUCTION 

OPEN N.C. SENATE SEAT ATTRACTS LITTLE-KNOWN HOPEFULS 

BEHIND LUMINARIES, UNKNOWNS REACH FOR SENATORIAL BRASS RING 

GOP, DEMOS SWITCH ROLES: U.S. SENATE 

IT'S BROYHILL VS. SANFORD FOR SENATE 

PRECINCT VOTING TALLIES 

ATKINSON, MIKE 

ATKINSON'S TO MARK BROKEN 

ATTEO, GLADYS 

ATTENTION, 



MOTHERS: STAND AGAINST VIOLENCE 



ATWATER. ANN 

UNICUF COURSE SPREADS HEALTH 

ATWATER, CHAPLES S. 

VOLUNTEERS THANKEO 
FUNFEST 1986 A SUCCESS 

ATWATER, CHARLIE 

ONE WRECK VICTIM'S CONDITION 



rER, CHERYL 
THE LAST STRAW 



ATWATER, CLORA ICAARBOROI 

FIRE DESTROYS CARRBORO HOME 

12,655 DONATED FOR PAIR WHOSE HOME DESTROYED 

CARRBORO FAMILY'S LOSS BECAME FRESH START 

ATWATER, FREOERICK LYNN IALAMANCE CO. I 

WARRANT IS ISSU C D IN OUTLET ROBBERY 

ATWATER, GEORGE 

SOME ENCOURAGING SIGNS 

ATWATER, HENRY LEE (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ATWATER, LEONA FARRINGTON (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

ATWATER, LILLIE 

WANT TO BE AN ALDERMAN? DEADLINE TODAY 

ATWATER, SHARON 

•SOMEONE ELSE'S BOYFRIEND' 

ATWATER, WADE HAMPTON (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

AU, VICTOR K. DR. 

TWO DOCTORS OPEN OFFICES IN BURLINGTON 

AUFR, SCOTT 

AUER, WOLFPACK EXPECT STRUGGLE WITH WCU 

AUERBACH - LEVY, WILLIAM 

PRINTS AT ACKLAND SHOW COLLABORATION BETWEEN ARTISTS 

AUL3ERT, SEAN 

NUTRI C NT GIVES IMPERILED CHILD CHANCE AT LIFE 

AUMAN, GARRY L. (POLICE OFFICERI 

OFFICER EXCHANGES SHOTS WITH MAN IN STOPPED CAR 

OFFICER CHECKING CAR FIREO UPON 

DURHAM CR [MESTOPPERS 

DEPUTY SHOT TWICE IN ARM AS 2 MEN OPEN FIRE AT STORE 

DEPUTY RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL 

MAN CHARGED WITH WOUNDING DEPUTY 

AUMILLFR, JOHN ALBERT 

UNC WRESTLER PUSHED OFF ROOF IN FIGHT 

AUN, MICHAEL 

COLUMNIST WILL ADDRESS SALES GROUP 

AUSLEY, JESSE BENNETT (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

AUSLEY, JUDY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

CHANGES NEEDED IN ORANGE 
RIDICULOUS SITUATION 

AUSTELL, JO ANN 

FORMER TEACHER CHALLENG C S COBFY 

VALENTINE. COBEY GET OPPOSITION 

JUSTICES, JUOGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 

5 CHALLENGE COBEY FOR 4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SEAT 

GOP CAMPAIGNING LOW KFY 

MOST OF N.C.'S CONGRESSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GRABS 

PRICE, COPEY WIN NOMINATIONS FOR 4TH DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT 

PRICE, COBEY HEAD FOR NOV. A CLASH 

ORANGE TURNOUT OVER 33 PERCENT 

AUSTIN, CRAIG 

RUNOFFS SCHEDULED IN 5 LEGISLATIVE. 1 CONGRESSIONAL RACE 
10TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS TO CHOOSE NOMINEE 

AUSTIN, DICK 

SOME INFECTIOUS FRIENDS 

AUSTIN, DOT 

SOME INFECTIOUS FRIENDS 

AUSTIN, JOE INEW BERN) 

PANEL TAKES ON RACIAL COMPLAINTS 

AUSTIN, LINDA 

PROGRAM HELPS CHILDREN WHO HAVE SPEECH PROBLEMS — AND THEIR PARENTS 

AUSTIN, MARIE 

REALTOR HONORED 
TOP REALTOR 

AUSTIN, NORRIS 









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T 




N 


E 




E 




L 


Y 




P 





DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


p 


BYL 


H 


2 


1/29/86 


A 


12 




N 




H 


2 


1/30/86 


B 


1 




N 


H60 


H 


2 


2/05/86 


A 


4 




E 




S 


2 


2/28/86 


A 


ID 




N 




H 


2 


3/20/86 


A 


17 




N 




H 


2 


4/10/B6 


C 


6 




N 




H 


3 


4/10/86 


A 


22 


p 


N 


BIO 


S 


2 


4/23/86 


A 


8 




N 




H 


2 


5/01/86 


B 


I 




N 


L40 


H 


2 


5/04/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 


LAO 


H 


2 


5/07/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 


L40 


H 


2 


5/07/86 


A 


in 


C 


N 




H 


2 


10/18/86 


D 


3 




N 




H 


2 


4/26/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 


2 


7/23/86 


B 


1 


p 


N 


S27 



S 2 5/07/86 A 
H 2 5/08/86 A 



H 2 4/28/86 B 
H 2 7/02/86 A 



H 2 2/06/86 A 
H 2 2/26/86 B 
H 2 5/21/86 A 



H 3 1/25/86 C 

H 2 10/14/86 A 

H 2 1/19/86 B 

H 2 4/25/86 B 

H 3 4/16/B6 C 

H 2 8/03/86 E 

H 2 4/14/86 A 

H 2 7/26/86 C 

S 2 11/19/86 D 

S 2 10/16/86 

H 2 3/06/86 B 



S 2 10/15/86 C 

H 2 10/16/86 B 

H 2 10/20/86 B 

H 2 10/20/86 B 

S 2 10/29/86 A 

S 2 10/31/86 C 



H 2 A/22/86 C 
S 2 11/18/86 A 



H 2 1/IA/86 C 
H 2 1/15/86 A 



H 2 5/02/86 A 
H 2 7/02/86 A 



H 1 1/31/86 B 

S 2 1/31/86 A 

H 2 2/0A/86 D 

H 3 2/04/86 C 

H 2 3/30/86 C 

S 2 4/23/86 A 

H 2 5/07/86 C 

S 2 5/07/86 C 

H 2 5/08/86 B 



H 2 5/14/86 C 
H 2 6/03/86 A 



H 2 9/28/86 

H 2 9/28/86 

S 2 11/06/86 A 

H 2 10/01/86 C 



1 

6 P 
10 
3 



F Zll 


N 
N P52 



N M5) 

N 

N M51 



3 
7 P 



1 


N 


1 40 


5 


N 




4 


N 




1 


N 


L40 


I 


N 




o 


N 




1 P N 


1 40 


1 


N 




7 


N 




5 


N 




10 


n 




4 


U 


G33 


4 


u 


G33 



S 2 1/06/86 A 
H 2 1/19/86 D 



2 P 

11 P 



N 

N M07 

P K30 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PACE 15 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 



HAN IS CONVICTED OF THREE SLAY1NGS 

JURY MULLS SENTENCE FOR 3 MURD ER COUNTS 

TRIPLE-SLAYING NETS HAN 3 LIFE SENTENCES 

AUSTIN. P.ANDY 

HONORING EMPLOYEES 

AUSTIN. STEPHEN WILLIAHS ISHEL«YI 

DUKE DIVINITY STUDENTS GET TUP ACADEMIC AWARD 

AUSTIN. THOMAS TAPP I HI LL SliOR OUGH I IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

AUSTIN. WARNER DAY (SHITHF1ELDI 

TWO PRISON ESCAPEES BEING SnuGHT 
ESCAPEE SURRENDERS IN SMITHFIFLD 

AUSTIN, WILLIE 

FIREFIGHTER USES BEER TO NIP CAR FIRE IN BUD 

AUTRY, GEORGE (MANPOWER DEV. CORP.) 

PANEL TOLD INDUSTRIAL RUSH OVER 

AUTRY, RICHARD 

ECU FOOTBALL PLAYFRS ARRESTED 

TWO ECU FOOTBALL PLAYERS CONVICTED OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

AVENT, LUTHER LYNN 

MAN HELD FOR DRUGS 

AVENT, MARY BELL (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

AVERETT, E. B. 

NO REPUBLICANS FRE FOR GRANVILLE RACES 

CHALLENGERS FOR GRANVILLE BOARD CRITICIZE COURTHOUSE RENOVATION 

CURRIN HAS LEAO IN GRANVILLE RACE 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

AVERETTE, LOUIS 

GRANVILLE DOG WARDEN USING TRANQUILIZER GUN 

AVERFTTE, VICKIE BLUE IROXBOROI 

8 PEOPLE ARRESTED IN PERSON COUNTY DRUG INVESTIGATION 

AVERETTE. W. E. "PETE" (GRANVILLE CO.) 

GRANVILLE OFFICIALS TOLD TO 'HOLO LINE' ON FUND REOUESTS 

NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GRANVILLE RACES 

CHALLENGERS FOR GRANVILLE BOAR CRITICIZE COURTHOUSE RENOVATION 

CURRIN HAS LEAO IN GRANVILLE RACE 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

CHALLENGER WINS SHERIFF'S ELECTION IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

GRANVILLE COUNTY ELECTS EX-DEPUTY AS SHERIFF OVER INCUMBENT CURRIN 

GRANVILLE BUDGET ADOPTED DESPITE AVERETTE'S PROTEST 

GRISSOM ELECTED GRANVILLE SHERIFF 

AVERY, BERNARD 

KILLERS DENIED APPEALS 

AVERY, ISAAC T. Ill 

COURT UPHOLDS LICENSE LOSS IN DWI CASES 

AVERY, JONATHAN 

ACADEMY STUDENT WINS ADVANCED LATIN HONOR 

AVERY, LAURENCE 

THE STORY OF RUTH: BIBLE TALE HADE HUS1CAL DRAMA... 
MUSIC DOHINATES BINKLEY CHURCH'S 'RUTH- 

AVERY, LEONARD D. (RALEIGHI 

12 JURORS SELECTEO FOR MANCUSO TRIAL 

DA: INSANITY HARD TO PROVE 

SUIT DISMISSED IN IBM SHOOTING CASE 

AVERY, HARGARET 

•SHUG' SURE WILL BE HERE 

'SHUG' MEETS HS. AL6XANDER-RALSTON, WANTS ROLE AS N.C. JUDGE IN HOVIE 

AVERY, MARTHA IRENE (OECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

AVFRY, TERESA 

SUMMER CAMP TAKES DISABLED CHILDREN ALONG ROADS THEY'VE NEVER TRAVELEO 

AVRAM, ANDY 

P.H. OIGEST 



AYCOCK. CHARLES BRANTLEY 

PARENTS HAVE ROLE IN EDUCATING CHILDREN 

AYCOCK, WILLIAM B. 

LAW ALUMNI GROUP PLANS AYCOCK FETE 

THREE RECEIVE UNC'S DAVIE AWA'D 

AYCOCK SPEECH HIGHLIGHTS SUNDAY'S UNIVERSITY DAY CONVOCATION 

UNC CFLEBRATES 193RD YEAR 

AYER, ANNETTE HUDSON (CHAPEL HILLI IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

AYERS. ALICE (GREENVILLEI 

LETTER DATED 1923 IS FINALLY DELIVERED 

GREENVILLE WOMAN MISTAKFN ABOUT OLD LETTER FROM TEACHER 

AYERS, ETHEL MAE (CHAPEL HILLI IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

IDECEASEDI 

AYLOR, HARRY LEE JR. OR. 

BOARO SUSPENDS DENTIST'S LICENSE 

AYOTTE, MATTHEW 

TIES ARE HIS TRADEMARK. .. SOMET 1MES THEY EVEN MATCH REST OF HIS OUTFIT 

AYSCUE. COOPFR 

ESCAPEE SURRENDERS TO FBI IN UTAH 

ACTING WARDEN IS APPOINTED FOR PRISON UNIT 

AYSCUE. JERRY L. 

4 COUNTIES FORM JOB TRAINING SERVICE AREA... 

HENDERSON, VANCE TO MOVE ON P»OJECTS 

911 SYSTEM FOR VANCE AT LEAST 6 MONTHS AWAY 



N E 

p n 


DATE 


S 

E 

C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
1. P 


BYL 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


1/23/86 
1/24/86 
1/26/86 



A 
B 


6 
15 

7 


N 

N 

P N 




S 2 


12/IS/R6 


C 


4 


P P 


S76 


S 2 


4/02/86 


C 


8 


N 




H 2 


7/08/86 


A 


8 


n 




H I 
H 1 


7/25/66 
7/26/86 


B 
C 


1 
I 


N 
N 




S 2 


11/26/86 


A 


1 


P N 


T85 


H 2 


1/31/B6 


B 


I 


N 


046 


S 2 
H 2 


10/17/86 
11/21/86 


C 
A 


4 

18 


N 
N 




S 2 


3/19/86 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/05/86 


c 


2 







H 1 
H 1 
H 1 
H I 


2/05/86 
4/17/86 
5/07/86 
5/08/86 


B 
B 
C 
B 


1 
1 
1 
1 


N 

N 
N 
N 


S80 


H 1 


9/16/B6 


C 


I 


N 


S80 


H 1 


6/20/86 


a 


5 


N 




H 1 
H 1 
H I 
H 1 
H 1 
H 2 
H 1 
H 1 
H 2 


2/04/86 
2/05/86 
4/17/86 
5/07/86 
5/08/86 
6/04/86 
6/04/86 
7/02/86 
11/06/86 


c 

B 
B 
C 
B 
C 
A 
B 
A 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
19 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
M 


H60 
S80 

046 
S80 


S 2 


5/27/86 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/19/86 


C 


9 


N 




H 2 


6/11/86 


B 


3 


N 


U80 


H 2 
H 2 


5/02/86 
5/10/66 



A 


1 
10 


P F 
R 


W66 
W66 


H 2 

S 2 
H 2 


8/07/86 

8/22/86 

10/05/86 


A 
A 
C 


1 
1 

4 


N 
N 

P N 


X23 

T85 


S 2 
H 2 


9/18/86 
12/14/86 


D 

C 


2 
3 


P N 
P N 




H 2 


3/05/86 


B 


6 







S 2 


6/21/86 


A 


5 


P N 


S33 


S 2 


8/18/86 


D 


6 


H 




H 2 


3/29/86 


C 


2 







S 2 


9/10/86 


A 


7 


N 




H 3 
H 2 
H 2 
S ? 


1/04/86 

4/05/86 

10/11/86 

10/13/86 


B 
C 
B 
A 


1 
4 
3 
1 


N 

N 

N 

p N 


U80 

U80 
L90 


H 2 


7/19/86 


C 


4 







H 1 
H 2 


10/03/86 
10/04/86 


B 
A 


1 

9 


P M 

N 




H 2 


11/09/86 


C 


2 







H 2 


11/24/86 


B 


8 







H 2 


2/16/86 


B 


5 


N 




H 2 


12/13/86 


B 


1 


P U 




H 2 
H 3 


8/20/86 
12/20/86 


C 
C 


1 
1 


N 
N 


BIO 


H 1 
H 1 
H I 


1/10/86 
1/24/86 
7/25/86 


B 
B 

B 


1 
1 
1 


N 
N 
N 


S80 
H60 
S80 



MONTHLY/A 



VANCE HAN SUES OVER DISMISSAL 

PASSENGER TRAIN ERA IS ENDING FOR HENDERSON 

CHATHAM, VANCE USE OF MONEY RAPPED 

AYSCUE, JOHNNY THOMAS ITIMBERLAKEI 
CAR RUNS OFF RED MRL ROAD 

AYSCUE, PAYMONO REV. 

HENDERSON PASTOR ENTERS PLEA OF NO CONTEST 

AYSCUE. SCOTT TAYLOR (LOUISBURGI 

TWO TEENS CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

AZENBURG. EMANUEL 

NEW NEIL SIMON PLAY MAY OPEN AT DUKE 

COLORFUL IMPRESSIONS; A NEy ROUTE TO BROADWAY'' 

•LONG DAY- OPENS AT OUKE MONDAY 

AZIZKHAN. PICHARD G. 

UNC PROF GETS COLLEGE OF SURGEONS FELLOWSHIP 

AZZOLINO, JANE t LOUIS 

•WRONGFUL BIRTH- SUIT IS REJECTED 

BABATUNDE, OBBA 

DANCE TROUPE TO PERFORM 

BABBITT, BRUCE (ARIZONA GOVERNOR] 

COBEY DRAWS MRS. DOLE'S PRAISE, GOV. BABBITT'S CRITICISM 

BABY JESSE 

PRIVACY AND PROFESSIONALISM 

BACH, CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL 

CONCERT, LECTURE PLANNED ON MUSK OF C.P.E. BACH 
BACH CONCERT, LECTURE OFFERED 

BACH, WALTER DR. 

DUKE PROF: PUBLIC WANTS MORE FROM WEATHFR REPORTS 
DUKE METEOROLOGIST TO TEACH COURSE ON WEATHER 
LUPUS AWARENESS MONTH 

BACHAUER. GINA 

HUSBAND SEES TO IT DECEASEO PIANIST GETS OUE 

BACHMANN, SUSANNA 

•READING WILDCATS' FAVOR BOOKS OVER TV 

BAOOOUP, MARGARET BOOTHE 

WRITERS IN THE PARK HIT HIGH WATERMARK IN READING SESSIONS 

BADEN, HELEN IASHEVILLEI 

MOUNTAIN LAND OWNER REAOY TO DISCUSS SALE 

BADEN, KEITH 

ONCE DEAF, HE ENJOYS BIRDS' SONGS AFTER IMPLANT AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

BADEN, THOMAS IASHEVILLEI 

MOUNTAIN LAND OWNER READY TO DISCUSS SALE 

BAOER, JAMES D. OR. 

TOOTHPASTE TESTS BRIGHTEN SMILES OF RFSEARCHERS 

BAOER, STEVE 

RATE BIO OPPOSED 

BADGETT, W. FRANK IPILOT MOUNTAIN) 
N.C. BANKER TO GO ON TRIAL 
TRIAL OF FORMER N.C. BANKER TD CONTINUE 
PILOT MOUNTAIN BANKER COULD DRAW 175-YEAR TERM 

BADGETT, WILBERT LEE IRALEIGHI 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING ESTRANGED WIVES 

BADOUR, PICHARD "OICKIE" 

UNC DEAN RENEWS ACCUSATION OF RACIAL BIAS 

BADR, MAHMOUD 

MAN SENTENCEO IN VAN ORAGGING 

BAEZ, BARTOLO (MIAMI BFACHI 

PATROL SAYS 1225,000 FOUND IN CAR'S TRUNK 

BAGOIKIAN, BEN H. 

KENAN CONVOCATION TO EXAMINF MEDIA AND CITIZENSHIP 

BAGG, JONATHAN 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

BAGGETT, FRED ICOUNSEL FOR N.C. LEAGUE OF MUNIC.I 
PARKING FINE MONEY MAY NOT BE WINDFALL 
OPEN MEFTINGS LAW TRUCE EXPECED BY PRESS. OTHERS 
LEGISLATIVE SESSION FRUSTRATES LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 

BAGGETT, JOHN IN.C. ALLIANCE FOR THE MFNTALLY ILLI 

•REVOLVING DOOR' MENTAL CARE: QUEST FOR ANSWERS 

BAGLEY. DWAV'E 

INMATE ESCAPES AGAIN FROM GUESS ROAD UNIT 
PRISONER ESCAPEE REMAINS AT-LARGE 

BAGLEY, DWIGHT WAYNE 

MAN ARRESTED ON DEC. 22 SHOOTING CHARGE 
MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST TO SHOOTING 

BAGLEY, GREGORY 

DURHAM MAN FACES N.Y. DRUG CHARGES: TO BE EXTRADITEO 

BAGLEY, SMITH W. (WASHINGTON GROUP I NC . I 

REYNOLDS FOUNDATION S C EKING UNSUNG HEPOFS 
•CUTTING EDGE OF CHANGE 1 AIM OF REYNOLDS FOUNDATION 
REYNOLDS FOUNDATION SEEKS SAINTS AT GRASSROOTS LEVEL 
N.C. PEOPLE HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP 

BAGWELL, IRENE 

IRENE BAGWELL CARES FOR CHILDREN 

BAILEY, A. PURNELL REV. 

BAILEY TO LEAD MESSAGES AT DUKE MEMORIAL CHURCH 
MINISTER-WRITER TO SPEAK AT DUKE MEMJRIAL CHURCH 
GREFT COLUMNIST 

BAILEY, BETTY 

52C N.C. FAMILIES GET MONEY Fn QM FARM AIO CONCERTS 
N.C. OFFICIALS SAY FARM AIO FUNDS WON'T SOLVE PROBLEMS 













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1/09/B7 


N F 
P D 


OATE 


S 

E 
C 


PC 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P 3YL 


H 1 
H I 
H I 


9/18/B6 
10/23/66 
11/15/86 


B 
B 
C 


1 
1 
1 




N 

N H60 

N 046 


S 2 


12/04/B6 


C 


1 




N 


H 2 


3/15/86 


C 


16 




N 


H 1 


2/21/86 


C 


1 




N 


H 2 
S 2 

H 2 


2/15/86 
2/20/86 
3/07/86 


C 

D 
D 


3 
3 

2 


P 


N 

F B71 

N W66 


H 1 


5/06/86 


C 


3 




N U60 


H 1 


2/21/86 


C 


1 




N 


H 2 


3/25/86 


C 


4 




N U80 


H 2 


9/20/86 


C 


1 


P 


1 140 


H ? 


6/17/86 


A 


4 




c 


H 2 

S 2 


9/14/86 
9/15/R6 


c 

A 


9 
3 




N 080 

N 


S 1 
H 1 
H 2 


4/14/86 

4/17/86 

10/16/86 


c 

B 
A 


1 
3 
4 




N 
N 
L 


H 2 


3/14/86 


D 


4 


p 


M nao 


S 2 


3/29/86 


A 


3 


p 


N SB4 


H 2 


7/13/B6 


D 


3 




U H45 


H 1 


11/01/86 


C 


3 




N 


H 2 


8/23/86 


c 


1 


p 


N C60 


H 1 


11/01/86 


C 


3 




N 


H 2 


5/16/86 


B 


4 




N U80 


H 2 


6/25/86 


A 


4 




L 


S 2 
S 2 
H 2 


11/10/86 
11/26/86 
11/28/86 


A 
A 
B 


11 

3 
5 




N 
N 
N 


H 2 


3/23/B6 


c 


6 




N 


H 3 


3/15/B6 


C 


1 


P 


N B81 


S 2 


5/31/86 


A 


19 




N 


H 2 


4/25/86 


C 


5 




N 


H 2 


10/23/86 


B 


11 




N U80 


H 2 


10/24/86 


D 


Q 


p 


F 


S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


3/17/86 
6/23/86 
7/17/86 


A 
B 
A 


4 
1 

5 




E 
N 
J 


H 2 


2/10/86 


A 


a 




N 


H 2 
S 2 


5/31/86 
5/31/86 


c 

A 


4 
5 




N 
N 


H 2 
H 2 


3/12/86 
7/09/86 


c 

A 


2 

16 




N 

N 


H 2 


3/31/86 


B 


2 




N 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 

S 2 


4/0B/R6 

4/13/86 

4/17/86 

1 1/18/B6 


A 

c 

A 
A 


1 

6 
1 3 

7 


p 

p 


N 046 

N 

J 

N 


S 2 


3/11/86 


B 


1 


p 


F S27 


S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


9/05/86 
9/06/86 
9/16/86 


C 

A 
A 


1 
7 
3 


P 


N 
N 
P T37 


H 2 
S 2 


7/25/86 
7/25/B6 


A 

A 


18 
8 




N 
J 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



BAILEY WILL SPEAK AT MEMORIAL SERVICE 

= Y, BUDDY 
BAILEY AT -HOME- WITH BULLS 
BAILEY: BULLS TO BE RUNNING 
BULLS BRINGING NEW FACES FOR NEW SEASON 
MANAGER BAILEY MAKES IT HOME 
OURHAM BULLS '86 

BIALEY'5 'KICK' MOTIVATES BULLS 

BULLS' INSPIRATION: WELLMAN MOVES OUT, HOPES FOR MOVE UP 
BAILEY'S CHANGES PUT BULLS' PITCHING IN SHARPER FOCUS 
SPIRITS WIN. FND BULLS' DREAM CHASE 
DIAMOND CHIPS 
OIAMOND CHIPS 

BAILEY TO SUMTERi SNITKER BACK WITH BULLS 
BAILEY, SNITKER SWAP ASSIGNMENTS 



IDECEASEOI 






BAILEY, COSSIE B. 
OBITUARY 

BAILEY, DARRIN TYRONE 

MAN CHARGED WITH FATAL HIT ANT RUN 
RALEIGH MAN CHARGED IN HIT-AND-RUN DEATH 

BAILEY, DON OR. 

PROGRAM AIMED TO AID FAMILIES OF HANOICAPPED 
HANOICAPPED CHILDREN • MA IN STRE AMED' 

BAILEY, DORA IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BAILEY, EMMETT 

•IT WAS OUk OUTY TO BURY ALL THE DEAO' 

BAILEY. EMMETT JR. 
WINNING PHOTO 

BAILEY, JACK IROCKY MOUNT I 

REPUBLICANS MEET IN EFFORT TO END FEUD 

BAILEY, JAMES H. "POU" 

NEW PORN LAW UPHELD: N.C. ...JUDGE REJECTS CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE 

NEW TRIAL ORDERED FOR MAN WHO FOUGHT POLICE IN HIS HO M E 

EX-OURHAM MAGISTRATE TO GET NEW TRIAL ON ABUSE CHARGES 

HIGH COURT RULES JUDGE ERRED, ORDERS NEW TRIAL 

MAN APPEALING AA-YEAR TERM F0° BAD CHECKS 

MAN GETS LESSER TERM IN THIRD TRIAL 

PAROLEE BLASTS JUDGE WHO SENTENCED HIM TO AA YEARS 

LESSER OF THE SINS 

BAILEY, LANE IRALEIGHI 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY, SANFORO DO SUPPORT COLLEGE STUDENTS 

BAILEY, LILLIAN JOYCE IDECEASEOI 

EXPERTS CONVERGE ON HOSPITAL AFTER LEGIONNAIRES' OUTBREAK 

BAILEY, LLOYO 

EVOLUTION IS COMPATIBLE WITH SCRIPTURE 

SCRIPTURES SUPPORT DEATH PENALTY, DUKE SCHOLAR SAYS 

THE WORD ON EXECUTIONS 

BAILEY, LUTHER ANDERSON (NASHVILLE. N.C.I 
1985 MUPDER CONVICTION OVFRTURNED 
COURT DECLINES TO REVIEW OVERTURNED CONVICTION 

BAILEY, MABEL CARPENTER IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BAILEY. MALCOLM F. 

A HORSE IS A HORSE, OF COURSE. OF COURSE, UNLESS... 



"AILEY, ORALEE (OECEASEOI 
OB ITUARY 



BAILEY. RICHARD HAYWOOD JR. (RALEISHI IDECEASEOI 
CRASH KILLS RALEIGH TEEN 

BAILEY, ROPERT L. JR. 

POLICFMAN SAY? FIREMAN TRIED TO RUN OVER HIM 

JUOGE FINDS NO EVIDENCE F I RE MA N ATTEMPTED 10 RUN OVER POLICEMAN 

BAILEY, PUFFIN IRALEIGHI 

CAP ON LAWSUIT AWARDS FOR PAIN ON LEGISLATIVE STUDY PANEL AGENDA 

BAILEY. TOM 

OFFICIALS: WATER CLEANERS UNNEEDED 
OURHAM BUYS WATER FROM BUTNER 
DURHAM TESTS WATER for LEAD 

BAILEY, VIRGINIA WALTERS IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BAILEY, WALLACE 

MAN CHAPGED WITH ASSAULT 

BAILEY, WALTER IFOOTBALLI 

SEMINOLFS TO TEST REVIVED TAR HEEL DEFENSE 

BAILEY - SMITH, BARBARA IART TEACHERI 

THEY BUILT THIS CITY WITH 'MILE OF BOXES' 

BAILIN, CLIFFORD 

OFFICE SURGERY POPULAR IN OURHAM 

BAILINSON, FRANK ICHAPEL HILLI 

SOCIAL SECURITY IS INSURANCE 
CORRECTION 

BAILLES. GERALD 

MAKE PRISONERS LITERATE 

BAIUBRIOGE, STEPHEN PAUL DR. 

SCIENTIST RESIGNS HIS FELLOWSHIP BECAUSE OF U.S. 



AID TO "CONTRAS 



BAINES, EDDIE S. 

STOLEN GOODS WORTH 15,500 FOUND IN DURHAM APARTMENT 
MAN IS CHARGED WITH FIRING INTO OCCUPIED CAR 

BAINES, ELIZABETH LEE IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 















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L 


Y 




P D 


DATE 


C 


PC 


L 


P 


BYL 


S 2 


5/20/86 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


2/19/86 


8 


2 


P 


N 


G50 


S 2 


2/19/86 


D 


2 


p 


N 


P52 


H 2 


A/06/86 


a 


1 


C 


N 


G50 


H 2 


A/10/86 


B 


1 


P 


U 


G50 


S 2 


A/10/86 


e 


2 


p 


F 




5 2 


5/22/86 


3 


1 




N 


P52 


H 2 


7/13/86 


B 


2 


p 


N 


G50 


H 2 


7/20/86 


B 


2 




N 


G50 


H 2 


9/01/86 


D 


1 


P 


N 


C52 


S 2 


9/06/B6 


B 


2 


P 


U 


P52 


S 2 


9/1 3/86 


B 


2 


p 


U 


P52 


H 2 


10/10/86 


C 


I 


P 


N 


G50 


S 2 


10/10/86 





2 


P 


N 


P52 



H 2 1/27/B6 B 



H 2 9/12/86 C 
S 2 9/12/B6 C 



H 3 10/27/86 B 
S 2 11/03/86 B 



H 2 A/0B/86 C 

H 2 8/10/86 C 

S 2 7/25/86 A 

H 2 12/18/86 A 



H 2 l/OA/86 A 

H 2 1/22/86 B 

H 2 3/06/86 B 

H ? A/03/R6 B 

H 2 A/22/86 A 

H 2 6/26/86 B 

H 2 8/19/86 C 

H 2 3/25/86 A 



S 2 10/02/86 A 
S 2 12/26/86 A 



1 

1 P 



2 

1 P 

1 P 

20 P 



N 

N 

F G59 



U HA9 



N 

N LAO 

N LA? 

N LAO 

N 

N S82 

N 

6 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


5/26/86 
U/lA/66 
11/19/86 


A 
B 

A 


A 
6 
A 


L 

N 

E 


D80 


H 2 
H 2 


1/22/B6 
A/10/86 


A 
A 


8 
13 


N 
N 




H 2 


3/27/86 


B 


2 







H 2 


5/13/86 


A 


10 


N 


S82 


H 2 


5/18/86 


C 


2 







H 2 


2/11/86 


C 


8 







H 2 


2/02/86 


B 


7 


N 




H 2 


8/22/86 


C 


5 








H 2 3/21/86 B 
H 2 A/16/86 C 



H 2 A/13/86 C 



S 2 5/19/B6 C 
5 2 7/19/B6 A 
S 2 12/11/86 A 



H 2 11/02/86 C 

S 2 2/17/86 C 

S 2 9/17/86 D 

H 2 3/15/86 C 

S 2 7/1A/86 A 



H 2 11/20/86 A 
H 2 11/25/86 A 



H 2 2/23/86 
H 2 10/07/86 A 



H 2 10/23/86 C 
S 2 10/23/86 A 



H 2 2/21/86 C 



1 
1 
1 


n 


N 
N 
N 


M69 
B85 
S33 


2 









2 




N 




1 


p 


U 


ni8 


3 


p 


N 


F50 


1 




N 


W82 


4 
A 




L 
N 




A 




E 




12 




N 




15 
L2 




N 

N 





MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 
12/31/36 



NAMES 



PAGE 18 
1/09/87 



I T 

I Y 

L P 



3AINES, TYRONE OR. 

RICHMOND APPOINTS 6 TO NCCU P~STS 
BAJNES NAMED TO COMMITTEE 

9AIR0, CHRIS (BULLS OUTFIELOERI 

LAST YEAR'S MVP NO LONGER PLAYING 

9AIR0. DANIEL WALLACE ICHAPEL HILL) 
DRUG PROBE NETS 19 

9AITV, WILMOT RAWLINGS 

WINSTON-SALEM POLICE OFFICER HIT BY GUNSHOT 

B AKER, AMY 

SOUTHERN 



ACTS' UPt EDGES FIKE 



BAKER. ART 

WITH BAKER IN CHARGEt PIRATES ON RIGHT TRACK 

ECU'S BAKER FACES MOUNTAIN BUT READY FOR THE CHALLENGE 

YOUNG PIRATES FACE TOUGH SLATF 

PIRATES ON ROUGH SEA ONCE MORE 

FRIENDS OF A LIFETIME, ENEMIES FOR A NIGHT 

ECU APPROACHES 'BIG BOYS' DIFFERENTLY, NOW 

BAKER: EAST Carolina STILL HOPING FOR UPSETS 

THINGS NOT GETTING BETTER FOR ECU 

MISBEHAVING COACHES DESFRVE PUNISHMENT 

BAKER TAKES PIRATES INTO EYE OF A STORM 

BAKER, BOBBY (EMERGENCY SERVICES) 

EMERGENCIES OUTSTRIPPING RSSCJE SERVICE'S CAPABILITY 

BAKER, BUDCY (BURCINGTCNl 

124 PEOPLE. INCLUDING 3 CITY OFFICIALS, APPLY TO BE BURLINGTON CITY MAN. 

BAKER, CLAUDE JR. REV. 

BELL IS PASTOR OF CHURCH 

»«E», ETTA 

MUSICIANS TAKE SLUES FROM TOBACCO TOWNS TO CARNEGIE HALL 

BAKEP. GENE 

GOVERNOR'S ADVISER REMOVED FROM JOB 

•UMBRELLA ORGANIZATION' FORMING IN N.C. TO PROMOTE CONSERV AT I VE. . . I S SUES 

n AK£R, HOWARD JR. 

BAKER STU"PS for BROYHILL, CALLS TEXTILE VETO 'MISTAKE' 
SENATOR: SOLUTION MUST BE FOUND TO NUCLEAR THREAT 

BAKER, JAMES A. Ill 

010 YOU EVER HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE...? 
PLAIN TALK FROM REAGAN'S MEN 

BAKER, LENA MAY 

GASTON JUDGE RULES WOMAN SHOT SON 

BAKER, LENOX D». 

LEOTA HOKE EARNED LOVE 
FOOD FOP THOUGHT 
CAN INFLATION BE THE ANSWER? 
SAUCE FOR MEMORIES 

9AKE'. PHILIP WAYNE (HICKORY) 

BOMB FOUND IN LOCKER AT HICKORY HIGH SCHOOL 

RAKE , RANDY BRYAN 

DOCTOR NABS MAN RUNNING FROM POLICE 

BAKER, RICHARD OR. 

PROGRAM PROMOTES HEALTHY LIVING 

BAKE", RONALD D. DR. 

UNC TRYING TO IMPROVE DENTURES 



H 2 8/01/86 B 
S 2 10/30/86 C 



H 2 7/22/86 C 

H 3 1/16/86 B 

H 2 9/23/86 B 

S 2 5/29/86 



H 2 4/27/86 B 

H 2 8/20/86 C 

S 2 8/22/86 D 

H 2 8/26/86 

H 2 8/31/86 B 

5 2 9/1B/B6 B 

H 2 9/19/96 C 

S 2 10/07/56 E 

S 2 11/U7/86 A 

H 2 11/27/86 D 



H 3 11/21/86 B 

H 1 2/20/96 B 

S 2 7/1S/B6 A 

H 2 10/19/86 C 



H 2 2/09/86 B 
H 2 9/20/86 A 



N SELF DEFENSE 



(DECEASED! 



BAKER, ROSA L. 
OBITUARY 

PAKER, RUSSELL (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

3AKER, SHERRY (WHEELCHAIR ATHLETE) 

KANNAPQLIS WHEELCHAIR ATHLETE WILL COMPETE IN PARAOLYWPICS 

"AKEP, SIDNEY W. S°. 

ORUG TEST EMBARRASSMENT S"ALL SACRIFICE 
ALWAYS GO FORWARD 

BAKE=, SUE (Chapel HILL/CARRPORO SCHOOL BOARD) 

SCHOOL BOARD WANTS SNOW DAYS TO 3E WORK DAYS 

BAKER, SUE (INTER-FAITH COUNCIL) 

GROUP TO SELL HOUSE MEANT FOR HOMELESS 

BAKER, If. 0. JR. (ROCKY MOUNT I 
UNC COULD 'SACK' FOES 

BAKER, WILLIAM 

BURLINGTON'S COUNCIL SELECTS CITY MANAGFR 

PAKKER, JIM 

PTL CUTS WORK FORCE BY 25 PERCENT 

PTL'S BAKKER misled TV VIEWERS, PAPER REPORTS FCC RECORD SHOW 

HERITAGE USA: HIGH-TECH VERSION O c OLD PROTESTANT CAMPGROUND 

PREACHERS DEBATE VALUE OF GOSPEL OF PROSPERITY 

EVANGELICAL THE"E PARK DRAWING CROWDS 

PARK FULFILLS OREAH OF PLACE F 0" CHRISTIANS TO HAVE FUN 

PTL PRESIDENT AND WIFE BUY HOME NEAR GATLINBURG, TENN. 

PARALYZED AUTHOR'S SATIRE STINGS TELEVISION EVANGELISTS 

BAKKER. TAMMY SUE 

DAUGHTER OF JIM A'iO TAM-Y BAKKER IS COMING INTO HER OWN WITH ALBUM 
PTL PRESIDENT AND WIFE PUY HO"E NEAR GATLINPURG, TENN. 
PARALY2ED AUTHOR'S SATIRE STINGS TELEVISION EVANGELISTS 

BALBIRER. POSLYN H. 

STORY UNNECESSARILY INSINUATED SLFaZINESS 

baldwin, al (chapel hilli 

interfaith council needs help 

baldwin, bruce dp. 

many people are can010ates fo* burnout 

Baldwin, calCnEll ideceasedi 
obituary 
obituary 



1 p 

1 



H 2 8/18/86 B 
H 2 10/09/96 A 



H 2 5/04/86 A 
H 2 5/13/86 C 



H 2 6/0 7/86 



H 2 3/06/96 A 

H 2 5/28/66 A 

H 2 6/03/66 A 

H 2 12/26/96 A 



H 2 4/23/66 B 

H 2 8/04/86 B 

S 2 3/18/66 A 

S 2 3/19/96 A 

H 2 1/02/86 B 

h 2 12/18/86 B 

S 2 7/16/86 C 



H 2 7/09/96 A 
H 2 10/06/86 A 



H 3 12/02/86 C 

H 3 3/08/96 C 

S 2 2/10/96 A 

H 1 3/25/86 C 



H 2 1/22/96 B 

H 2 1/27/86 A 

H 2 6/24/66 C 

H 2 9/26/86 A 

H 2 10/19/66 C 

S 2 11/08/86 A 

H 2 11/21/86 C 

H 2 12/28/86 C 



N M10 
N 

N G50 

N 981 

N 

N 315 



3 P 

1 P 
14 P 
19 P 

1 P 

2 

3 P 

2 

4 

1 



I) 071 

U C49 

F P52 

F 

N C49 

N 

N 

N 

E 

U C36 



N 9 10 
N H6 n 



9 P 
16 



U H49 
U H49 



2 

1 

6 P 



2 





2 





2 


> N 


A 
4 


L 
L 


1 


1 190 


1 


N W27 



2 
9 

9 P 
1 I 
4 P 



H 2 10/06/86 A 
H 2 11/21/66 C 
H ? 12/29/86 C 



H 2 11/14/86 A 
H 2 5/30/86 A 
S 2 10/07/86 A 



H 2 3/02/86 B 
H 2 3/05/66 B 



12 R 
11 

A P 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 19 

l/m/66 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 



BALDWIN, CHARLES "SKEET" 

MR. NICE GUY: TAR HEELS' BALDWIN A BIG HIT WITHOUT BEING A BIG HITTER 

BALDWIN, CHARLIE RICHARD REV. IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BALDWIN, CHUCK (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

6SPOSITO, 5 FROM PACK NAMED TO ACC SJLIAD 

BALDWIN, EDWARD N. (DECEASED! 
DEATH OF A MISSIONARY 

BALDWIN, GUY H. (HILLSBOROUGH) 
COURSE ON CONSTITUTION 

BALDWIN, JOHN HENRY JR. 

CHAPEL HILL MAN SHOT IN HIP; ONF CHARGED 
R0X80R0 ST. ARGUMENT LEAVES THREE HEN SHOT 

BALDWIN, JOY 

DURHAM FUND TO AID PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

PRIVATE HELP FOR SCHOOLS MAY PAY BIG DIVIOENDS 

MS. BALDWIN HOLDS SCHOOL BOARD POST 

GITHENS MIODLE SCHOOL PLANS UNVEILED FOR BOARD 

JOY BALDWIN SEES CHALLENGING YEAR AHEAD 

BALDWIN, KARFN DR. 

SALT ANO MICE PART OF EASTERN N.C. NEW YEAR'S LORE 

BALDWIN, KEITH 

STATE MENTAL PATIENT HAS EAR TORN IN FIGHT 

BALDWIN, KENNETH CLAY ( KKK I 

1? MOPE PEOPLE INDICTEO IN CROSS-BURNING PROBE 

BALDWIN, PERRY G. 

DRINKING LAW, BEHAVIOR BOTH ABSURD 
LAW MEANT TO SAVE LIVES 

BALDWIN, R. L. "WOODY" III 

BALDWIN'S TO MOVE TO NEW LOCATION 
BALOWINS SHOW FAITH IN OOWNTOWN DURHAM 

BALDWIN, R. L. JR. 

BALDWIN'S TO MOVE TO NEW LOCATION 

BALDWIN, R. LYNWOOO 

OOSSIER: R. LYNWOOO BALDWIN 

BALDWIN, RITA 

WHY EDUCATION SUFFERS 

BALDWIN, SKEFT (BASKETBALL PLAYERI 
DANItL DUKE'S LITTLE BIG MAN 

BALILES, GERALD (VIRGINIA GOVERNORI 

LITERACY MAY LOWER, WON'T END, RECIDIVISM 

LACK OF KNOWLEDGE CALLED ROADBLOCK TO OVERSEAS TRADE 

BALKCUM, VASSIE 

ROXBORO BROAOCASTFR ELECTED TO POST 

BALL, DAVIO OR. 

PROFESSIONAL HELPING DUKE STUDENTS STAGE PLAY 

BALL, EDDIE 

PHARMACIST SEEKS RIGHT CHEMISTRY 

BALL, EDWARD FRANKLIN 

WOMAN KILLEO IN SHOOTING AT RALEIGH HOSPITAL 

BALL, GEORGE W. Ill 

ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED IN DURHAM 

DEPUTIES CHARGE MAN WITH ARMED ROBBFRY 

DEPUTIES SAY 'DOCTORS' HAWK 'HEALING CARPET* 

MAN FACING NEW ROBBERY CHARGES 

JAILED FOR 3 ROBBERIES, SUSPECT CHARGEO WITH 4TH 

BALL, JACKIE (TOBACCO FARMER) 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES AGAINST ZENO PONDER 

BALL, JOYCE (DECEASEOI 

WOMAN KILLED IN SHOOTING AT RALFIGH HOSPITAL 

BALL, L. L. 

CPCL GENERATES MOPE THAN ELECTRICITY AT SHEARON HARRIS PLANT 

BALL, MARCUS EUELL SR . (BAHAMAI (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

BALLANCE, FRANK W. JR. (WARRENTON) 

MAJORITY BLACK DISTRICT CHOOSING BETWEEN BLACK, WHITE SENATOR 
SEN. HARRINGTON SURVIVES STRONG CHALLENGE FROM BALLANCE 
TWO LEGISLATORS VOTE AGAINST RESOLUTION HONORING EAST 

BALLARD, EDNA L. 

TALK SCHEDULED ON MEMORY LOSS 

BALLARD, HERBERT P. (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BALLENGER, CASS (SENATOR) 

JUSTICES, JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 

BALLENGER SAYS POLL GIVES HIM 2- I LEAO 

MOST OF N.C.'S CONGRESSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GRABS 

CONGRESSIONAL CLUB CHARGEO WITH ">OLITICAL TERRORISM' 

ROARK WINS IN N.C. RUNOFF FOR CONGRESS 

BROYHILL EXPECTED TO REPLACE EAST 

MARTIN SETS VOTE NOV. 4 FOR B»OYHILL'S HOUSF SEAT 

SPECIAL ELECTION SCHEDULED NOV. 4 TO FILL HOUSE SEAT 

EAST'S DEATH DOUBLES Campa IGN- FUNDS CAP 

BALLENGER NOMINATED FOR BROYHILL HOUSE SEAT 

BALLENGER ENLISTS JONAS, HOLSHOUSFR 

GOP CANDIDATES WANT U.S. REMOVED FROM IMF 

BOTH CANDIDATES IN 10TH LIKE CONSERVATIVE LABEL 

BALLENGER WINS 

N.C. DEMOCRATS RECAPTURE TWO SEATS IN U.S. HOUSE; ONE RACE UNDECIDED 

N.C. CONGRESSMAN CALLS ARMS SALES DISCLOSURES INCREniBLE 

IRAN SCANDAL'S IMPACT ON STATE POLITICS UNCERTAIN 

THREE NEWCOMERS LEARNING ABOUT LIFE IN CONGRESS 



BALLENGER, PHYLLIS 

WHITE SUPREMACIST SEEKING NEW TRIAL 

BALLENGER, T. CASS IP-CATAWBAI 



N F 
P D 


DATE 


S 
E 
C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 

L P 


BYL 


H 2 


9/24/86 





1 


P N 


C36 


H ? 


8/09/86 


C 


2 


n 




H 2 


5/14/86 





4 


N 




H 2 


3/29/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


12/24/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 3 
H 2 


6/25/86 
12/08/86 


B 
8 


5 
1 


N 
N 




S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


2/26/86 

3/04/86 

10/23/86 

12/02/86 

12/02/86 


A 
A 
C 
C 
C 


1 
4 
1 
1 
1 


N 

E 

N 

P N 

P N 


S84 

J40 
S92 


H 2 


12/30/66 


B 


5 


N 




H 2 


9/29/86 


B 


9 


N 




H ? 


1/09/B6 


A 


18 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


9/10/86 
9/16/66 


A 

A 


4 
4 


L 
L 




S 2 
S 2 


3/19/86 
3/24/86 


A 
A 


1 

4 


N 

c 


W82 


S 2 


3/19/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


7/02/86 


A 


11 


P G 




H 2 


4/23/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/20/86 


D 


1 


N 


X12 


S 2 
H 2 


6/03/P6 
8/13/86 


A 
A 


4 
8 


E 
P N 




H 1 


10/14/86 


C 


3 


N 




H 2 


tO/U/86 


A 


11 


N 


080 


H 2 


9/06/86 


B 


1 


P G 


C80 


H 2 


10/25/86 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 


5/17/66 
5/17/86 
5/24/86 
5/25/86 
6/07/86 


C 
A 
A 

c 
c 


1 

17 
3 
6 
3 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


A54 


H 2 


1/09/86 


A 


16 


N 




H 2 


10/25/86 


A 


11 


N 




H 2 


4/08/66 


C 


1 


N 


M97 


H 2 


12/1B/86 


E 


2 







H 2 

H 2 
H 2 


3/24/86 
5/08/86 
7/03/86 


A 
A 



13 

16 
5 


N 
N 
N 




H 1 


1/21/66 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 
H 2 


4/15/86 
4/16/86 


C 
A 


2 
8 


n 





H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


2/04/86 

4/15/86 

4/23/66 

4/29/86 

6/04/86 

7/01/86 

7/09/86 

7/10/86 

7/18/86 

7/27/86 

8/10/86 

6/19/86 

10/27/86 

11/05/86 

11/06/86 

11/27/66 

12/01/66 

12/12/86 


D 

B 
A 
A 
A 
A 
A 
C 
C 

c 
c 

A 
A 
B 
A 

c 

C 
A 


4 
3 
9 
1 
1 
1 
1 
9 
3 
5 
6 
1 
5 
2 
22 
16 
4 
21 


N 
N 
N 
N 

P N 

P N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

P N 
N 
N 
N 
J 

P N 




H 2 


8/27/86 


D 


6 


N 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE JO 

1/01/96 - 12/31/36 1/09/37 



FOUR DEMOCRATS FILE FOR SENATE RACE 

BALLESTEROSt SEVE 

SEVE CAME TO PLAY 

BALLINGER, MAX (LAWYER! 

TRAFFIC CASE PRESENTS UNUSUAL OILEMMA 

RALOG, STEVE (ALAMANCE CO. I 

TWO FILF FOR ALAMANCE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

THREE DEMOCRATS, ONE REPUBLICAN FILE FOR ALAMANCE OISTRICT ATTORNEY 

GOP NOMINATES TEAGUF, SHARPE IN ALAMANCF 

RUNOFFS: NO RUNOFF FOR DA IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF KINS SEVENTH TERM 

BALSER, WENDY MARIE I F A YE TT EV I L LE I 

WOMAN CRITICALLY INJURED IN WRECK 

FAYETTEVILLE WOMAN KILLED IN HILLSBOROUGH ACCIDENT 

PAMBARA, STEVE 

DROUGHT BRINGING OUT POOR. THIRSTY YELLOW JACKETS 

BANE, CURTIS (ORANGE CO. I 

TWO PERSONS UNDFR SUSPICION IN HAYES-BANE DISAPPEARANCE 

FBI CANT ENTER BANE-HAYES DISAPPEARANCE CASE 

FBI SET TO AID CASE IN ORANGE 

ORANGE MEN STILL MISSING AFTER A YEAR 

MISSING MAN'S WIFE ASKED FOR POLYGRAPH 

FRANKLIN ORANGE MYSTERY SUSPECT 

SUSPECT IN ORANGE DISAPPEARANCES TRIES TO COMMIT SUICIDE 

MPS. BANE: 'CONSCIENCE IS CLEAR' AFTER POLYGRAPH 

SHERIFF SAYS MRS. BANE 'NEVER WAS A SUSPECT' 

FORMER OFFICER FACES INDICTMENT IN MARIJUANA CASE 

BANE, DOROTHY 

MISSING MAN'S WIFE ASKED FOR POLYGRAPH 

MPS. BANE: 'CONSCIENCE IS CLEAR' AFTER POLYGRAPH 

SHERIFF SAYS MRS. BANE 'NEVER WAS A SUSPECT' 

BANE, HENRY 

WIESEL A DESERVING WINNER 

BANE, JOHN DR. 

UNC PROF PROBTS OCEAN STOPMS 

BANGLEY, JANE 

BULIMIA GROUP PRIVATE 

BANHAM, KATHERINE 

ROOMS RENAMED FOR DR. BANHAM 
RETIRED FACULTY MEM3ER HONORED 

BANK, MARSHALL 

STOVALL STILL SEEKING INDUSTRY TO R C PLACE JONBIL 

BANK, THOMAS MAURICE 

MAN HELD FOR STOLEN GOODS, DRUGS 

BANKHEAO, SCOTT 

GUERRERO TO MISS 3 MONTHS; THOMAS SPARKS BRAVES 

ROYALS BANKING ON BANKHFAD 

BANKHEAO BANKING THAT HOME RUNS WON'T AFFECT HIS STYLE IN KINGOOMF 



BANKS 



, DARRYL T. 

DURHAM FORUM ENCOURAGES UNITY IN POLITICS 

BANKS, DONALD KERMIT (YANCEY CO. I 

GRANT JURY INDICTS FORMER YANCEY COUNTY SHERIFF 

BANKS, GENE 

FANFARE: MONEY IN THE BANKS 

BANKS, KEN 

STATE WILL GET TAX BILL WINDFALL 

BANKS, KERMIT 

HELMS AIDE INVESTIGATING FBI ACTIONS 
EX-SHERIFF ASKS FOR JURY TRIAL 

BANKS, MARY 

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN BABY FOOO 

BANKS, MINNIE 

HONORING EMPLOYEES 

BANKS, WILLIE 

BANKS JUMPS AT CHANCE FOR GOLD 

BANNER, CATHERINE 

EDITOPIAL MISLEADING 

BANNER, SCHONNA (BASKETBALL I 
LESTER TOPS VOTING 

BARADA, FRANC A. OR. 

DOCTORS SPLIT ON "EO I C AP E-FE E IMPACT 

BARAOELL. JANET I UNC SCHOOL OF NURMNGI 

SECLUSION: WHEN IS IT THE TREATMENT OF CHOICE? 

BARAK, BARBARA 

PEOPLF ALLIED FDR CHILD ADVOCACY HELPS ADULTS ABUSED AS CHILDREN 
CHILD'S WELFARE SHUULO BE FIRST CONCERN 

RARBEE, BRET 

VALENTINE DAY: DAY FUR ROMANCE IS ALSO FOR WEDOINGS 

BARBEE, DEBBIE (SOIL CONSERVATIONIST) 

CONSERVATION AID READY FOP FARMERS 
ORAINAGE IMPORTANT WHEN BUILDING 

BARBEE, HERBERT "BOZn" (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BARBEE, JOSEPH (CHAPEL HILL! (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BAPBFE, KENNETH 

RESIDENT CHARGED WITH SHOOTING MAM IN APARTMENT 
SHOOTING VICTIM IN STABLE CONDITION 

BARBEE, RUBERT LOWE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

RARBEE. RUSSELL ILIBERTY ST. I 

GUESS ROAD ESCAPEE DF AUG. 27 RECAPTURED 



N E 
P D 


DATE 


s 

E 
C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 


H 2 


1/07/86 


B 


4 




N 




H 2 


4/12/66 


D 


1 


P 


U 


C49 


H 2 


3/10/B6 


B 


3 




N 




H 1 
H 2 
H 1 
H 1 
H 2 


1/07/86 
2/04/86 
5/08/R6 
5/13/66 
11/06/86 


C 
C 

B 
B 
A 


1 
3 

3 

i 

19 




N 
N 
H 
N 
N 


L40 


H 2 
H 2 


2/02/86 
2/03/86 


B 
B 


1 

6 




N 





H 2 


7/18/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 
H 3 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 3 
H 3 


3/21/86 
3/25/86 
3/25/86 
7/10/86 
7/26/86 
T/30/86 
7/31/86 
8/08/86 
8/09/86 
9/18/«6 


B 
C 
A 
B 
C 
A 
A 
B 
C 
B 


1 
1 

3 

i 

i 
i 
i 
i 
i 
i 


P 
P 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


A80 
A8D 

BIO 
BIO 
M51 
610 
BIO 


H 2 
H 2 
H 3 


7/26/86 
8/08/86 
8/00/86 


C 
B 

C 


i 
i 
i 


P 
P 


N 
N 
N 


BIO 
BIO 
BIO 


H 2 


10/24/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


8/14/86 


c 


I 




N 




H 2 


11/10/R6 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 

H 2 


3/24/86 
3/25/86 


A 
C 


3 
2 




N 
N 




H 1 


B/12/86 


c 


1 




N 


S80 


S 2 


3/18/86 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


4/04/86 

9/16/P6 

12/21/36 


C 
D 
B 


2 

1 
6 


P 
P 
P 


N 

N 


DIE 

G50 


H 2 


5/20/B6 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


12/04/86 


A 


17 




N 




H 2 


9/10/R6 





3 


P 


N 




S 2 


10/27/66 


A 


5 




J 




S 2 
S 2 


12/11/36 
12/17/86 


C 
A 


11 
21 




N 
N 




H 2 


3/03/B6 


A 


6 


T 


F 


J 40 


S 2 


12/15/86 


C 


4 


p 


p 


S76 


H 2 


11/09/86 


B 


8 


P 


H 


C52 


H 2 


8/20/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


3/26/86 


U 


1 


p 


N 




S 2 


12/10/86 


c 


1 




N 


R85 


H 2 


2/04/66 


B 


1 


D 


F 


B30 


H 2 
H 2 


7/06/86 
8/1 1/36 


C 
A 


1 

4 




N 
L 


SB2 


H 2 


1/12/86 


E 


6 


P 


F 


C8D 


S 2 
S 2 


9/17/86 
10/14/86 


C 
A 


1 
6 


D 


N 
N 


H70 
S27 


H 2 


4/24/86 


B 


2 









H 2 


9/06/66 


A 


10 




a 




H 2 
S 2 


9/06/86 
9/06/86 


A 
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14 
1 




N 

N 




H 2 


2/13/66 


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2 









H 2 


9/29/66 


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1 




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I DECEASED! 



RARBEE. SALLIE 
UBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BARBER. OAVIO 

FIVE ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 
5TH MAN ARRESTED ON ORUG CHARGES 

BARBER. FREDERICK ° . ( L BC I 

FIRM RECEIVES PERMISSION TO START BUILDING TELEVISION STATION IN 

BARBER. JAMES DAVID DR. 

OUKF POLITICAL SCIENTIST: WOMEN ALTERING POLITICS 
PROFESSOR: 'I TRY TO CULTIVATE CURIOSITY- 
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL WON'T CELEBRATE YET 
EXECUTION FOES REG MARTIN FOR ROOK'S LIFE 

BARBER. JA"ES 0. 

CENTRALIZEO TEACHER PAYROLL SCRAPPED 

BARBER. JO«N U. DR. 

SCIENCE SCHOOL GETS NEW ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 
MATH SCHOOL HIRES UNC RESEARCHER 

BARBER, RICHARD 

DUKE PROF AT EL NINO MEETING 



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BARBER. WADE JR. 

HISTORY PRESERVED 



PITTSBORO PARTNERS ADAPT OLD HOME TO OFFICE 
[DECEASED! 



BARBOUR. EFFIE ALMA 
OBITUARY 

BARBOUR. JAMES LARRY (FARMER) 

FARMERS DRAIN PONOS IN BID TO SAVE CROPS 

BARBOUR. JOSEPHINE 

SIGN INCIDENTS CALLED ANTI-BR3 YHI LL CAMPAIGN 
DISCOURTEOUS TREATMENT 

RARBOUR. STEWART (HILLSBOROUGH! 

CAN ENO ASSOCIATION SAVE FLOO" PLAINS? 

BARDIN. W. EARL 

TEER: DURHAM SHOULD PUSH ROAOS 

BABOON, RENDER 

OON'T MOVE ESC OFFICE 

RARE. EMORY M. 

•ROE" MAY BF OVERTURNED 

BARE. PAUL WILSON 

TESTIMONY ENDS ON NEW TRIAL IN KIDNAPPING. MUROER CASE 

ASHE MAN SEEKS NEW DEATH TRIAL 

NEW TRIAL SOUGHT IN MINE MUROER CASE 

NEW-TRIAL BIO IN M1NESHAFT MULDER DENIED 

BAREFOOT, STEPHAN 

WOULD-BE POLICE HELPER CHARGED AFTER CHASE 

RAPFIELD, NANCY 

UNRELATEO ITEMS MAKE GOOD 0EC1RATING ACCESSORIES 

BARFIELO. VELMA MARGIE (MARGIE VELMAI 

CRIME VICTIMS TELL OF PROBLEMS WITH LEGAL SYSTEM 
LAWYERS FOR CONDEMNED SAY EXECUTIONS DEVASTATING 

RAPHAM, FR4NK 

NFW RADIO SHOW FEATURES TRIANGLE JAZZ 
DURHAM 'HOT SCENE' IN RAOIO SERIES 
FRANK BARHAM PLAYS ON 



S 2 4/25/86 A 9 N 

H 2 1/19/66 E 1 P F J40 

H 2 7/19/86 C A 

H 2 7/17/86 A 19 P N 



H 2 10/31/86 B 3 N 
H 2 12/22/86 A A L 



H 2 4/01/66 A 4 L 

S 2 4/29/86 A 1 N W82 

H 2 10/12/86 4 L 



H 2 1/30/86 A 



2/06/86 
10/01/86 
10/02/66 
11/04/66 



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6/26/86 5 P N B71 
6/27/86 D 1! F W66 
8/10/86 E 1 P F C80 



GREEN-TOBACCO ILLNESS BLAMEO ON NICOTINF 



BARKER. LEN (BASEBALL PLAYER! 

BRAVES RARKIERIED U» WRONG TREE 3 YEARS AGO 

BARKER, RONALD N. (FORSYTH CO.! 

FORSYTH SHERIFF DEMOTES CHALLENGE 

FORSYTH COUNTY LAWMAN RESIGNS AFTER DEMOTION 

BARNARD, HOWARD ICLAY CO. I 

CAMPAIGN AGAINST VOTE-BUYING SHOCKS MANY IN CLAY COUNTY 

BARNES, ANNE 

MOST AREA LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 

MPS. PARNFS, RATEMAN SEEKING RE-ELECTION 

SENATORS HAVE OPPOSITION, NONF FOR REPS. BARNES, HACKNEY 

BABY BOOMERS: STATISTICS SHOW THEY'RE FILLING UP N.C. PRISONS 

MORTGAGE LENDERS WANT INCOME FROM ESCROW ACCOUNTS 

PANEL EDITS MARTIN'S 10-YEAR PRISON PLAN 

FAVORED PROJECTS JOLTED IN N.C. PORK BARREL CLASH 

SOME ON ORANGE. CHATHAM BALLOTS ARE UNOPPOSED 

THEIR VICTORIES NO PROBLEM 

DEMOCRATS ELECTED IN ORANGE 

STATE'S JUDGES POWERLESS WITH UNDISCIPLINED TEENS 

PPISONS PANEL MAY AID MUSEUM OF A°T 

BUCKLF UP OR COUGH UP »25 F T NF THURSOAY 

BARNES. ANTOINE 

POLICE SAY MEN USE CAR TO DRAG OFF-DUTY OFFICER 
OFF-DUTY POLICEWOMAN ORAGGEO BY CAR 

BARNES. CYNTHIA J. 

CHARGE REDUCED AGAINST EX-OFFICER 

EX-OFFICER GETS 3-YEAR SENTENCE IN ASSAULT CASE 

EX-OFFICER WILL APPEAL S E XUAL- A S S AUL T VEROICT 

QUESTION OF CONSENT RAISED IN EX-PSO'S ASSAULT TRIAL 

ASSAULT TRIAL NFARS ENO 

FORMER POLICE OFFICER CONVICTED OF ASSAULTING CENTRAL STUDENT 

JUDGE DELAYS MORRISON SENTENCING 

FORMER PSO SENTENCED TO 12 YEARS 

FORMER PSO GETS 12 YEARS FOR SEX ASSAULT 

BARNES. ELLEN JONES 

TWO FUGITIVES ARRESTED IN CLINTON 

BARNES. ERNIE 

PORTRAIT OF 



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H 


2 


1/04/86 


B 


1 


N 


046 


H 


3 


1/14/R6 


C 


I 


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H 


3 


2/04/96 


C 


1 


N 


046 


H 


? 


3/13/86 


A 


1 


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H 


2 


4/03/86 


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3 


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5/21/86 


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6/25/86 


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7 


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3 


11/05/86 


C 


1 


N 




S 


2 


11/05/66 


A 


7 


N 


■no 


S 


2 


1 1/20/86 


A 


3 


J 




S 


2 


12/24/66 


A 


10 


J 




s 


2 


12/29/86 


A 


1 


N 




s 


2 


8/21/86 


c 


1 


N 




H 


2 


8/22/36 


3 


5 


N 




H 


2 


2/20/66 


B 


1 


N 


S82 


H 


2 


2/21/86 


C 


1 


N 


S82 


S 


2 


2/21/86 


A 


5 


N 




H 


2 


4/30/86 


A 


11 


N 


S82 


s 


2 


4/30/86 


A 


9 


N 




H 


2 


5/01/86 


A 


16 


N 


S82 


S 


2 


5/01/96 


C 


12 


N 




H 


2 


5/17/86 


C 


2 


N 




S 


2 


5/17/86 


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BARNES. EVA STROTHER 



IAMPION 
(OECEASEOI 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 22 

1/01/86 - 12/31/36 1/09/87 



obituary 
obituary 

bapnes. Evelyn 

ourham man charged in shooting 

BARNESi GARY 

IKPROVEO RETENTION CREOITED FOR UNC ENROLLMENT INCREASE 

UNC SYSTEM'S CLASS OF '84 HAPPY TO HAVE bEEN THERE 

STATE WILL NEEO 2.000 TEACHERS. UNC STUDY SAYS 

BARNES. GEORGE 

PROBATION OFFICERS AVERAGE CARRYING 34 CASES TOO MANY 
PROBATION PROGRAM MAY EASE PRISON CROWDING 

BARNES. HARRV G. JR. (AMBASSADOR) 

ANT [-COMMUNIS" CLOUDS HELMS' VIEW OF CHILE 
SINKING TO THE OCCASION 

BARNES. HENSON (SENATORI 

TIME RUNNING OUT FOR TORT LAW REFORM 
JORDAN STAYING OUT OF PRO TEM RACE 
JORDAN IS NEUTRAL IN PRO TEM RACE 
BARNES-HARRINGTON CLASH DIVIDES N.C. SENATE 
HARRINGTON WINS SENATE PRO TEM RACE 

BARNES. J. W. DR. 

ROXBOPO CHURCH PLANS TO HONOR RETIRING PASTOR 

BARNES, JAMES BENNETT "BFN" (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BARNES. JAMES EARL 

TWO HELD IN SLAYING 

BARNES. JOHN M. IN.C. LOCAL GOV. COMMISSION! 
CLOUO OVER BOND MARKET CAUSING WOPRIES 
MUNIC'PAL BOND MARKET RESURGENCE EXPECTED 

BARNES. KENNETH I THOMAS V I LLE I 

MAN SAYS HIS ABDUCTORS FORCEO HIM TO DIG GRAVE 
FBI AND SBI ARE SEARCHING FOR MAN 

BARNES. LEE R. "SHORTY" 

POLICE WERE OUTSTANDING 

BARNES. LENZIE G. 

COUNCILMEN HAVE RIGHT TO SERV= ON COMMITTEES 
CLEMENTS' REMOVAL AN AFFRONT 

BARNES. MALVIN PALMER 1DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

BARNES. MARVIN EARL (ROCKY MOUNT! 
TOBACCO-LAOEN TRUCK OVERTURNS 

BARNES. MARVIN L. 

WILLIAM A. STOKES ELECTED PRESIDENT OF CHAMBER FOR 19B7 

BARNES. MIKE ( FAYETTE V I LLE I 

3 INJURED IN SHOOTING AT CUMB C RLAND SCHOOL 

THREE SHOT IN HALLWAY AT SCHOOL 

JUDGE TRIPLES BONO ON STUDENT CHARGEO IN SHOOTINGS 

GUILTY PLEAS ENTERED IN SCHOOL SHOOTING 

BARNES. NINA MAE BARREE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BARNES. RICHARD DALE 

TWO FUGITIVES ARRESTED IN CLINTON 

BARNES. SCOTT T. 

FORMER SOLOIER SAYS DEATH PARTY OROEREO TO KILL POWS IN LAOS 

BARNES. SUSAN J. DR. 
ARTICLES... 
TUBABANO SEEKING PLAYERS FOR CONCERT 

BARNES. WARRFN SHEDDRICH 

RALEIGH MAN CHARGEO WITH ROBB c RIES 

BARNES. WILLIE JAMFS 

TWO HELD IN SLAYING 

BARNETT, CHRISTOPHER A. 

POOL CUE STICK ALLEGEDLY USED TO ASSAULT MAN 

BAPNETT, HALLIE MAE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BARNETTE, H. V. "BUCK" 

313-ACRE FARM DONATED TO PIEO'"ONT TECH 

BAPNEY. RICHARD 

ARRESTS FOR MOONSHINE SKYROCKET 

BARNEY. WILLIAM L E S KO OR. 
UNC PROFS GET GRANTS 

"AONHARDT, TOMMY 

4 TAR HEELS GFT LATE CALL IN NFL DRAFT 

BARNWELL. JESSE LYNN IHAW RIVER! (DECEASED! 
COLLISION KILLS 1. INJURES 1 

BARR, ADHLPH 

MAN ATTACKED, SHOT OUTSIDE AP4RTMENT 
TWO MFN SOUGHT AFTEP THIRD SHM 

BARR, ROGER C. (CHAPEL HILL] 

NAME 1-40 FOR GFN. SHERMAN 

BARRETT, CHARLIE CLAIBORN JR. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BARRFTT. DARRYL ( N. HYDE PARK AVE.! 

II OF 'FEW CREW FACE 31 CHARGES 
CPIMESTCPPERS TIPS LEAD ID BREAK-IN ARRESTS 

BARRFTT, DAWN 

WINNING PAINTING 

CLOWNING AROUND 

TWO APTISTS WIN CENTERFEST CO'ITEST 

BARRFTT, GENF 



N E 
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E 

DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P EYL 


H 2 
H 2 


2/26/86 A 
2/21/86 C 


12 

5 






S 2 


9/11/86 C 


1 


N 


H 3 
H ? 
H 2 


10/08/86 C 
10/24/86 B 
10/31/86 A 


1 
1 
1 


P N L90 
N L90 
N L90 


H 2 
H 2 


4/02/86 B 
8/26/86 B 


I 
4 


N S80 

N 


S 2 

H 2 


7/19/86 A 
7/20/86 D 


4 
4 


E 

E 


S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


6/18/86 C 
11/21/86 C 
11/22/B6 
12/10/86 C 
12/17/86 


7 
9 
5 
11 
2 


J 
P N 

P >l 
J 
N 


H 1 


12/05/B6 B 


1 


N 


H 2 

H 2 


5/31/86 A 
6/01/86 C 


10 
2 






H 2 


10/29/86 8 


9 


N 


H 2 
H 2 


2/10/86 A 
3/20/86 A 


10 
18 


N 
N 


H 2 
H 1 


5/21/86 B 
7/04/86 8 


2 
1 


N 
N 


H 2 


8/15/86 A 


4 


L 


S 2 

H 2 


2/22/86 A 
2/24/86 A 


4 
4 


L 
L 


H 2 


6/20/B6 C 


8 





H 2 


2/11/86 A 


10 


P P T 37 


H 2 


12/24/86 C 


1 


P N L41 


S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


5/09/86 A 

5/10/86 C 

5/13/86 A 

10/03/86 A 


1 

14 

9 
12 


N 
N 
N 
N 


H ? 
H 2 


10/18/86 C 
10/20/86 A 


4 
8 







H 2 


3/27/86 A 


19 


N 


H 2 


2/11/36 A 


11 


N 


S 2 

H 2 


1 1/13/66 
11/18/86 B 


11 
13 


N G59 
P U W66 


H 2 


10/25/B6 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


10/29/86 B 


9 


N 


H 2 


9/20/86 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


7/16/36 C 


2 





H I 


10/25/86 C 


1 


N H60 


S 2 


10/30/86 A 


19 


N 


S 2 


6/12/86 C 


I 


N 


H 2 


5/01/86 D 


4 


N 


H 2 


12/20/86 C 


6 





S 2 

H 2 


12/05/86 B 
12/06/86 B 


1 
1 


N 
N 


H 2 


2/25/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


10/15/86 C 


4 





H 2 
S 2 


1/22/86 C 
1/22/86 C 


3 

1 


N M51 

N 


H 1 
S 2 
S 2 


3/26/86 B 
3/27/86 D 
5/08/86 D 


2 
11 

3 


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1/01/06 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 



STATE PLANNING TO OFVELDP LOTS ON BUTNER TRACT 
BUTNER PLANT UPGRAOING DRAWS ONLY TWO BIDS 
BUTNER SURVEY FINDS STREET LIGHTS WANTED 
UNINCORPORATED TOWN GETTING N3 'FREE RIDE" 

BARRFTT, GERALD A. JR. (CHAPFL HILL I 

JUDGE TO BE ASKED TO EXTEND 01DER ON COKER PROPERTY 

HEAPING SLATED ON COKER L « NO 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST BARRETT IN COKER ESTATE SUIT 

SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PROPERTY SUIT 

SUIT CLAIMS COUPLE LIBELED 

P.APRETT, L. JUDSON 

TWO PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS SET TO OPEN 
PINEY MOUNTAIN HOUSING PROJECT INSPECTION OK 
STUDY REQUESTFQ OF TOWN-RUN PJ3LIC HOUSING 

BARRETT, RONALD TAYLOR IVANCE CO. I 
FIVE FILE FOR VANCE SHERIFF 
SHERIFF TOPS VANCE COUNTY RACE 

BARRETT, SHELTON LEON 

DURHAM POLICE-SBl DRUG STING NETS 35 

8ARRIE, FRANCES HARRIS ICHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BARRINGER, RUSSELL 

WORKERS GETTING JACKPOT: ...EMPLOYEES TO SPLIT SI. 4 MILLION 

NEW BUILDING PLANNED FOR W. DURHAM LUMBER 

•BUCK' DEAN FREEWAY EXTENSION THREAT TO DURHAM LUMBER FIRM 

BARRINGER, RUSSELL MRS. 

MARTIN NAMES 3 TO HOSPITAL BOARD 

BARRON, W. W. (WEST VIRGINIA! 

FORMER WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S DAUGHTER CHARGED IN SLAYING 

BARROW, JIM (ENGRAVING! 
30-YEAR EMPLOYEES 
HONORING EMPLOYEES 

BARRY, DAVID OR. 

BURROUGHS' TESTING AIDS DRUG 

SHORTAGFS EXPECTED IN '87 OF BURROUGHS' AIDS DRUG 

BARRY, OONALD 

CHEWNING PRINCIPAL LIKES GIVE-AND-TAKE OF CLASSPOOM 

BARTHOLOMAY, H. WILLIAM 

6 COUNTY SCHOOLS GET NEW PRINCIPALS 

BARTHOLOMEW, SARAH (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BARTON, BILL 

DUKE CLINIC OFFFRS UNIQUE HELP 

BARTON, HARRIS 

BARTON SHAKES STEREOTYPES, OPPONENTS' DEFENSIVE LINF 

CAUTION BATTLES OPTIMISM IN PRESEASON 

TAR HEELS' BARTON RESTLESS, WANTS TO GO OUT A WINNER 

UNC'S BARTON MAKES AP ALL-AMES ICA TEAM 

3 FROM ACC ALL-AM=RICANS 

UNC'S BARTON COMPLETES LONG CLIMB WITH ALL-AMERICAN STATUS 

DEROGAIIS. SPURRIER TO BE INDUCTED 

BARTON AND TAR HEELS DEDICATED TO BOWL WIN 

BARTON, MARGUERITE ROGERS IDECEASE1I 
OBITUARY 

BARTON, WALTER LEE SR. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

BAPTOS, RENA 

STUDY: MORE PEOPLE FIND ADS INSULTING 

BARTOS, SYLVESTER (MATTHEWS! 

EXPLOSION IN FURNACE INJURES THREE 

BARTS, EARL JACKSON 

EARLIER RULING AFFIRMED ON EXCLUDING JUPOPS 

BARTS, KEITH 

EARLIFR RULING AFFIRMED ON FXCLUDING JURURS 

BARUCH, BERNARD 

ARMS AGREEMENT UNLIKELY 

BARUCH, GRACE DR. 

AUTHOR TO SPEAK AT DUKE UNIVERSITY 

BARWICK, ROBERT 

RERUN AND BARWICK NOSEY COHORTS FROM ALARM CLOCK TO CLOSE OF OAY 

RASEFSKY, STUART 

NORTH CAROLINA SHORTCHANGED 

BASKER, EILEEN (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



BASKERVILLE, WILLIAM LEROY (HENDERSON! (DECEASED! 

HENDERSON STORE OPERATOR KILLS WOULD-BE ROBBER, POLICE SAY 

BASNIGHT, JESSE 

MCOANItL NARROWLY LEADS QUALIFYING CHASE 

BASNIGHT, MARC (SENATOR, D-DAREI 

OUTDOORS GOT LEGISLATORS IN TROUBLE 

BASON, GEORGF 

CRITICS SAY DISASTER WAITS AT STATE MENTAL HOSPITALS 
MENTAL INSTITUTIONS CRYING F07 ATTENTION 

BASS, ANDREA (PRUDENCE ST. I 

STUDENT TAKES PISTOL TO SCHOOL 

BASS. CHARLES (BOY SCOUT! 

ACCOUNT OF SCOUT'S DEATH WAS UNFAIR 

BASS, COSBY (ROXOOROI 

PATROL SEEKING DRIVER AFTER BOY HIT BY CAR 

BASS. EMMA S. 

SCHOOLS TAP 6 FOR STATE HONOR 

BASS, ERVI" (DFC C ASEDI 



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DATE 


S 

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C 


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I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
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RYL 


H 2 
H 1 
H 1 
H 2 


10/01/B6 
11/19/66 
12/03/86 
12/20/86 


C 
B 
C 
C 


3 
1 
I 
1 




N 
N 
N 
N 


S80 
S80 

S80 


H 3 
S 2 
H 3 
S 2 
H 3 


1/07/86 
1/08/86 
1/31/86 
1/31/86 
6/17/86 


C 
A 
B 
A 

c 


I 

10 
1 
5 
1 




N 

N 
N 
N 
N 


W27 


H 3 
S 2 
H 3 


2/19/86 
2/19/86 
9/10/86 


B 
A 
C 


1 
5 
I 


p 


N 
N 
N 


B81 

P81 


H 1 

H 1 


2/05/86 
5/07/86 


B 
C 


1 

I 




N 
N 




S 2 


7/09/86 


A 


1 




N 


T85 


H 2 


3/14/86 


C 


7 









H 2 

H 2 
S 2 


6/26/86 

7/29/86 

12/10/86 


A 
A 
A 


1 

16 
1 


p 


N 
N 


L41 

L41 
W82 


H 2 


7/16/86 


C 


12 




N 




H 2 


3/19/86 


B 


3 


p 


H 




H 2 
S 2 


12/15/86 
12/15/86 


A 
C 


13 
4 


P 

p 


P 
P 


S76 
S76 


S 2 
S 2 


7/09/O6 
12/31/B6 


A 

C 


1 
1 




N 
N 


W82 


S 2 


3/12/86 


C 


1 


P 


N 


S34 


S 2 


6/24/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


S84 


H 2 


10/16/86 


B 


2 




n 




S 2 


9/25/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


8/23/86 
9/25/86 
11/21/86 
12/04/86 
12/05/86 
12/05/86 
12/09/86 
12/24/86 





c 
c 
c 
c 


D 


1 
2 
1 
3 

1 

1 
4 
1 


P 

P 
p 
P 
P 

P 


N 
U 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
U 


C36 
F25 
C36 

C36 
F25 


H 2 


1/17/86 


C 


8 









H 2 


8/10/B6 


c 


2 









S 2 


2/28/86 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


11/20/86 


A 


8 




N 




H 1 


6/04/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 1 


6/04/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


8/04/86 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


1/23/86 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


10/30/86 


A 


1 


P 


F 


S80 


H 2 


5/07/B6 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


10/17/86 


C 


8 









H 2 


7/12/86 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


7/01/86 


B 


2 


P 


N 


F25 


S 2 


1/03/86 


A 


11 




J 




H 2 
S 2 


8/1 1/86 
8/13/86 


B 
A 


1 




N 

E 




H 2 


1/15/86 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


7/31/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 1 


6/26/86 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


10/11/86 


C 


1 




N 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



bass. gary 

only the product fishy in this business 
oossier: gary michael bass 

bass. harris 

cable tv company's name changed 

bass. horace lee icharlott c > 
suspect captuoeo 

bass. howard samuel (rougehont) (oeceaseoi 
obituary 

°ass. james r. (oeceaseoi 
obituary 

bass. Randy (baseball playeri 
bass. northern hook we3b 

bass. Thomas 

ourham blacks visit budget «e-t 

durha--area students graduate in summer (incorrect headline i 

city school boaro officials rf-electeo 

bass. vann jackson 

franklin grand ju»y inoicts former school principal 

school attendance case 0eferr c c 

former bunn principal is released on bono 

forme' principal gets prison term 

s2 million lawsuit file? against former principal 

principal sued for 42 million 

bassett, frank dr. 

ouke su°geon to offer tips on proper walking, jogging 

ouke researchers win national award for ligament transplant 

bast1ble. thomas 

landfill fees generate 1140.000 in 1st mqnth 
landfill fee irks durham councilman 

bate. j. herbert 

sparling nameo 1st bate professor at "ed1ul school 

bateman. bob 

mrs. barnes. bateman seeking 3e-electi0n 

late filings complicate county boaro race 

eight peo°le seek 4 school boaro seats 

orange county candidates offe? views on education 

8 0=ange school candidates' ideas oiffe° 

bateman. kennedy retain school boaro seats; mrs. singfr wins 

novice. 3 incumbents win school board seats 

SCHOOL BOARD'S HAITHCOCK m a y SUIT OVER MILLER LOSS 



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BATE U AN. DERYL 

BATEMAN: TSEYBURN VOTE 



'NO BIG DEAL' 



AitnoN: iKtT"U*N V'JIt ' NU ^lu UtAL* 

."all-business owners vcw fight on zoning 

citizens join zoning battle 

mrs. herun: zoning critics being un c air 

zcning-law violators should 0/j i t griping 

newman tackles zoning problfm^ 

hokk session aims to untangle zoning knot 
iak grove residents stall rezoning effort 
lanning commissioners back zoning amendments 



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BATEMAN. DURWARO F. OR. 

AGRICULTURE DEAN NAMED 

LEAF RESEARCH STATION CELEBRATES 75TH YEAR 

BATES. DORA w. (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BATES, MARGARET OR. 

HYPERTENSION, APARTHEID LECTURE SERIES TOPICS 

BATES, ROBERT H. DR. 

DUKE TO STUDY ECONOMIC ROLE OF GOVERNMENTS 

DUKE BEGINS PROGRAM THAT APPL'ES ECONOMIC THEORY TO POLITICAL BEHAVIOR 

24-YEAR-OLD COFFEE CARTEL AFFECTS MORE THAN PRICES 

PATES, -. MILTON 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING «4 MILLION AT VENTURE '36 

DURHAM FIRM WEDS MEDICAL NEEDS, IDEAS 

DURHAM DEVELOPER URGES ONE PHDNF SYSTEM IN TRIANGLE 

3ATIUK, T0 U 

COMIC STRIP TO TACKLE PROBLEM OF TEEN PREGNANCY 

BATTLE, CLARENCE 

ONE OF Two ESCAPEES RECAPTURED IN GARNER 
RALEIGH MAN GETS LIFE FOR MURDER 

BATTLE, F. GORDON 

JUOGE RULES AGAINST 8SRRETT IN CDKER ESTATE SUIT 

SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PR1PERTY SUIT 

THREE DEMOCRATS. ONE REPUBLICAN FILE FOR ALAMANCE OISTRICT ATTORNEY 

LATE FILINGS COMPLICATE COUNTY BOARD RACE 

FOX DEFENDS DECISION ON DEATH PFNALTY 

FOX OFFENDS HIS DECISION NOT TO SEEK DEATH penalty 

JUOGE F. GORDON BATTLE FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

JUOGE CANDIDATES IN AREA UNOPPOSED 

BATTLE. FRED L. 

CLASS GIVES ILLITERACY BAD NAME 

a ATUE. JOHN DORSIF JR. 

FANFAPE: ET CETERA... 

BATTLE. THEL»A 

MRS. KING: 'PARTY AFTER WAS B=TTE» THAN THE PRD M ' 

CITY SCHOOLS HIRE PRINCIPAL, C ILL 4 ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS 

HILLS1DF TO GFT NEW PRINCIPAL 

GETTING WHITE HOUSE HONOR INVIGORATES PEARSON OFFICIALS 

EDUCATORS BASK IN GLOW OF PEARSON HONOR 

RATION. GERRIJGE I JIM (JACKSONVILLE! 

TRIPLETS HAD big SURPRISE FOR PARENTS 
LAST QUAD GOES HO»E 

BAITS. RALPH (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BAUCOM. PILL 

MAGAZINE HIGHLIGHTS DURHAM COUNTY LIFE 



S I T 

E ELY 

DATE C PG L P BYL 

2 9/20/86 A 10 o 



H 2 
H 2 



2/02/86 B 9 P N 
7/27/86 13 F G 



H 3 6/30/86 C 1 N 

H 2 4/U2/«6 8 c N 

H 2 6/07/e6 C A 

H 2 12/16/86 C ? 

S 2 5/07/B6 D 3 P N 915 



S 2 3/C5/P6 A 1 P N m 6 t 
S 2 7/2S/66 A 1 P N T85 
S 2 12/09/86 C 3 N 



H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

S 2 



S 2 
S 2 



1/15/86 fa 

1/16/86 3 

1/17/86 a 

4/16/86 C 

4/22/°6 C 

4/22/86 A 



3/03/86 A 
9/02/86 A 



S 2 
S 2 



1 1/06/86 C I 
11/07/86 C 1 



H 2 8/02/86 B 4 P N USD 



1/I4/P6 C 

2/04/86 C 

2/09/86 8 

5/02/86 A 

5/D4/B6 D 

5/07/86 C 

5/07/96 A 

5/08/86 B 



N 

N B31 
N BID 
" BIO 
910 
BIO 
BIO 



1 P N BID 



1/10/96 

9/18/96 

9/13/86 

9/19/86 

9/20/°6 

9/22/36 

10/22/96 

11/06/86 

11/07/86 



1/11/86 A 
8/15/96 B 



9/05/66 B 4 
9/06/96 A 10 



N H03 

N W3t 

N MQ6 

N W36 
c 

N M06 

N M06 

N M06 

N M06 



H 2 12/14/86 E 7 P N 



H 3 
S 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



10/09/86 e 
lO/lt/86 A 
11/23/96 A 



5/11/96 C 11 
5/24/66 A 1 
6/05/86 A 20 



N L41 
N W82 
U L41 



H 2 10/31/86 B 1 T N 



H 2 10/02/96 A 15 P N 
H 2 11/19/86 C 3 N 



H 


3 


1/31/96 B 


1 


N W27 


s 


/ 


1/31/86 A 


S 


N 


H 


/ 


2/04/96 C 


* 


•1 14? 


y- 


3 


2/04/86 C 


1 


N B81 


H 


/ 


2/11/86 A 


1 


N 


S 
H 
H 


2 
3 
2 


2/11/86 A 
6/03/96 C 
6/07/86 C 


1 
1 
1 


N 
N 
N 



S 2 9/03/86 C 
H 2 12/27/86 D 



1 P N W27 



H 

H 
S 

5 

s 


2 
2 

2 
2 

2 


5/17/e6 
6/17/B6 
6/17/86 
9/12/36 
9/13/96 


B 
C 
C 

A 

c 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


p 

p 
P 


• 

N 
N 

'. 
N 


J40 
J4P 
S94 
S84 
S84 


H 

H 


2 
3 


1/04/86 
6/04/86 


A 

C 


8 
3 




N 
N 




H 


2 


2/02/86 


8 


2 









S 


2 


1/02/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 


19? 



640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 25 

1/01/B6 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 

S I T 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PC. I P ™YL 

BAUCOM, HERMAN SAUNDERS "SHINE" I H! LL SPOROUGH I 10ECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 4/13/86 C 2 

BAUCOM. LOUIS F. 

THE BULLS' BOOSTER S 2 6/12/16 D 1 P F G59 

WOLFF DESERVES DURHAM'S THANK 5 S 2 6/19/86 A 4 L 

KICK OUT WHOLE COUNCIL H 2 7/19/86 A 4 L 

FOOD TAX IS A FAIR TAX H 2 10/03/86 A 4 L 

BAUCOM. MINNIE ELLIS (DECEASEOI 

MRS. MINNIE ELLIS BAUCOM H 2 3/11/86 C 2 

BAUGH, JACK 

ANALYST: BIG TOBACCO COMPANIES SHOULD STAY PROFITABLE H 2 11/02/86 C 11 P U L41 

BAUKUS. CHRISTINE 

SHOWS PROVE ABSTRACT ART STILL MOVES. SATISFIES H 2 10/10/86 D 4 R G68 

BAUNACH, WARPEN 

2 JOIN DUKE'S FUUUA SCHOOL S 2 4/30/86 C 10 N 
FUUUA SCHOOL ADOS ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS H 2 5/08/86 B 8 N 

BAXLEY, GEORGE FRANCIS IMULLINS. S.C.I (OECEASEUI 

OBITUARY H 2 8/03/86 C 2 

BAXTER. JEFF [BASKETBALL PLAYERI 

BIAS AMONG TERPS' TRIO SUSPENDED H 2 2/15/86 1 P N 

BAYER. JAMFS W. 

KEY HOMES ALL RIGHT H 2 9/04/86 A 4 L 

8AYES, RON 

NEW T«R HEEL POETRY ANTHOLOGY REALIZATION OF LAUREATE'S HOPE H 2 5/11/86 D 3 P II H45 

'SAVE SOUTH' BENEFIT TOPIC AT HARDBACK H 2 7/06/86 D 3 U H45 

BAZEMORE. PHILLIP E. 

SUPREME COURT TO HEAR EXTENSION SERVICE CASE H 2 4/22/86 4 N 

BAZEN, RACHEL LEWIS 

OXFORD MAN CHARGED AFTER STOLEN VAN HITS FRIENO OF OWNER H 2 3/26/86 A 1 P N M51 

BAZZARRE. TERRY OR. 

STUDY: N.C. FARMERS HAVE GREAT STRESS 5 1 6/23/86 A 1 N 

BEACH, WALDO OR. IDUKE UNIV. DIVINITY SCHOOL) 

NEW RELIGIOUS RIGHT GAINING GROUND, DUKE PROFFSSOR SAYS H 2 3/08/86 A 6 N 080 

BEAIMOUNT, THEODORE 

MAN'S HAND SEVEPED DUPING ARGUMENT H 2 11/10/86 All N 

SEVEREO-HAND VICTIM UNDERGOES SURGERY S 2 11/10/86 A 10 N 

THIEVES TAKE ANTIQUE RIFLES FROM HOME S 2 11/11/86 C 1 N 

ASSAULT VICTIM'S HAND REATTACHED H 2 11/11/86 CBN 

BEAL. 8REN0A KAYE FAUCETTE IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 2/07/86 A 12 

BEALE. DONALD RAY 

PREGNANT WOMAN SHOT AND KILLED H 2 12/19/86 A 17 N 

BEALE, DONNA FAYF IOECEASEDI 

PREGNANT WOMAN SHOT AND KILLED H 2 12/19/86 A 17 N 

BEAM, ROBERT S. OR. 

RETIRED DENTIST HELPS THE ELDERLY S 2 10/01/86 B I P F G59 

MOST DENTISTS DO EXAMINE THEIR PATIENTS FOR ORAL CANCER S 2 10/04/86 A 4 L 

BEAMAN, LUCILLE HUNDLEY IOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 5/26/B6 C 2 

BEAMER. FRANK 

MURRAY STATE COACH NAMED TO VIRGINIA TECH POSITION H 2 12/23/86 3 N 

BEAN. ANOY IGOLFERI 

ANDY BEAN'S PUTTER WAPMS UP F"« GGJ S 2 4/03/86 P. 1 P N 

UNBELIEVABLE H 2 4/07/86 4 P P L20 

LYLE PREAKS THROUGH 'OVER HERE' S 2 4/07/86 D 3 P N 

ANDY BEAN IS READY To DON GREEN JACKET S 2 4/08/86 2 P N 

8EAN, DALLAS H. SR. IBURLINGTONI (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY H 2 2/16/86 B 2 

BEAN. ELIZABETH M, 

WEEKEND FUEL LOADING EXPECTFD AT HARRIS PLANT H 2 11/15/86 C 1 N K 65 

BEAN. PATRICIA 

BLIND DATF LEADS TO WEDDING H 2 12/07/86 E 8 •> F Zll 

BEANE, JACOB ASTOR IOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 9/09/B6 A 6 

BEARD, H. JOSEPH JR. 

JUDGE TO LOOK AT LEGAL ASPECTS OF EMBEZZLING LAW S 2 7/31/86 C 4 N 

BEARD. SALLY V. IAPEXI 

RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER GIVES 5400.000 TO DU« E UNIVERSITY H 2 5/09/86 A 1 N 

BEARnEN, kOMARF 

THE TRIANGLE SALUTES BLACK HISTORY MONTH S 2 2/06/86 D 1 P F B71 

BFARDFN EXHIBIT A GREAT COUP FOR CENTFR/G ALLERY H 2 2/14/86 14 R r,68 

COLLAGE AFTIST IS AWARDED N.C. PRIZE H 2 8/07/86 A 25 N 

ROMARE PEARDEN RECEIVES (10.000 N.C. PRIZE S 2 8/07/86 3 P N 

BEARROW, ISHAM VICKSPURG 

TWO DRIVERS SERIOUSLY INJUREO IN TWO-AUTO COLLISION 

BEASLEY, DOROTHY 

TWO INJURED IN COLLISION 

BEASLEY, JOSEPH HOPGIN III ICHAPEL HILLI IOECEASEDI 
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS TAKE 4 LIVES IN DURHAM AREA 
OBITUARY 
WRECK KILLS 2 IN CHATHAM 

BEASLEY, KENNETH 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/21/86 All N 

BEASLEY, MARY SATTERFIELO IOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 7/29/86 A 12 

BEASLEY, MICHAEL WAYNE II 

SPEEUBUAI DISINTEGRATES; 3 DURHAM-AREA MEN hurt h 2 5/25/86 C 1 N 

3 MEN SUFFER INJURIES IN KERR LAKF BOAT WRECK S 2 5/26/86 C 1 N 

BEASLEY, WILL IAM 

7 OUKF STUDENTS CHARGEO WITH "AKIMG PHONY LICENSES S 2 11/06/86 C I 'I 



H 


2 


9/28/86 


C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


10/24/86 


B 


4 


N 


H 
H 
H 


•> 
2 
3 


11/03/86 
11/03/86 
11/03/06 


C 
C 
C 


1 
6 
I 


N 

'1 



f 640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX b V NAMES fj-.c ? b 

1/01/66 - 12/31/96 1/03/97 

S I T 

n e e t v 

P DATE C P r - L P ''Yt 

°EASLEY, WILLIAM EOwARO I EUKL irj&TQv; , 

MAN CHARGED IN THIRD BANK ROBBERY H 1 11/27/36 C I H 

BEASLEV, WILLIE CARVER 1DECEASE0I 

OBITUARY H 2 8/01/F6 C 4 

"EASnil. RUPfc=T (ATT05NEY1 

C n URT MEASURE OESI&NED TO SAV C TIMEi MONEY H 2 4/D6/»6 A 1 P N S87 

BEATBOUS, STFVF 

ADOPTION UPTAKE in NORTH CAROLINA: THE JOYS AND TRIALS OF ADOPTION S 7 6/0'./"6 1 o G G59 

PEATTIE, JOHN R. (UNC-CHARLGTTE I 

STUDY RAPS SUBSTITUTE TEACHER'; DURHAM SATISFIED WITH SUSS S 2 4/0«/«6 A 1 N S84 

PROFESSORS CRITICI2E SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS S 2 5/06/06 C 6 N 

BEATTY, FLBEPT CARROLL (DECEASEDI 

FORMER MOORFSVILLE MAYOR H 2 11/06/B6 B 2 

BEATTY, GEORGE w. 

POLICF ARREST 13 more ON SHANTY SITE AT UNC H 2 ll/2'/«6 A 1 P N L 90 

BEATTY, WILLIAM JR. (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 10/31/06 C S 

BcAUCHAMP, DAN E. 

RECALL EFFORT HYPOCRITICAL H 2 7/2VR 6 A A L 

BEAVFR, JAMES MICHAEL 1GAST0NIA1 

N.C. SHOOTING SPREE KILLS 1. WOUNDS TWO S 2 4/04/96 A I N 

ONE MAN KILLED, TWO WOUNDEO IN SHOOTING SPRFE H 2 4/05/96 C 1 N 

BEAVERS, TOM 

SUN NAMES BEAVERS EDITORIAL PA&F EDITOR S 2 3/31/P6 C 1 P N 

SUN NEWSROOM GETS NEW SPACE S 2 7/14/86 A 1 P N MOfc 

PHOTO WINNERS GET AWARDS S 2 8/28/86 C I P P S 76 

SUN EDITOR HEADS AP NEWS COUNCIL S 2 9/22/86 C 1 P N 

8ECHTEL. PETER (CACTUS GROUPI 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING t4 MILLION AT VENTURE '86 H 2 5/11/96 C 11 N LAI 

■>ECK, ADDIE ELECTA WOOD (DECEASEOl 

OBITUARY H 2 8/3D/86 5 

PECK, ALLEN (BUREAU OF JUSTICE STATS. I 

CRIMINALS IN N.C. SERVE LESS TIME, REPORT STATES... S 2 4/34/96 A 6 N 

PECK, ELAINE 

SPINNING HIGHLIGHTS HOMESTEAD'S DEMONSTRATIONS H 2 A/07/86 C 1 P N S8D 

PECK. JOE (WESTERN CAROLINA UNIV. I 

TAR HEELS VOW NUCLEAR DUMP TO FACE BATTLE S 2 1/17/86 A 1 N 

BECK. N. S. 

WOMAN C"ARG!D WITH TRYING TO 'UN OVER OFFICFR H 2 12/01/86 B 7 N 

POLICF CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH BURGLARY, THEFT S 2 12/01/96 A 3 N 

EECK, P. w. 

POLICE OFFICERS: ARRESTS UNDER OUOTA 

POLICE TRY 'RANKING* SYSTEM 

POLICE QUOTAS TO BE PRUBED 

POLICE RATING SCHEME SCRAPPED 

BECK, RAYMOND 

RENOVATION: A CAPITOL IDEA H 2 5/19/86 1 P F J4" 

BECK, RICHARD I2EBUL0NI 

ARRESTS MAO? AFTER CROWD GATHERS H 1 9/27/86 C I N 

BcCK. WILLIAM C. (CHARLOTTEI 

CAR OEALERSHIP SOLO IN DURHAM S 2 2/12/86 A 1 N X09 

BECKER, AL 

AIRLINE RAPS DISTANCE BFTWEEN RDU RUNWAYS S 2 6/12/96 A 1 N W82 

BECKER, PHIL 

SAVOYARDS HAVE ACES UP THEIR SLEEVES S 2 5/15/86 2 •> f B71 

BECKETT, SAMUEL 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. BECKETT H 2 4/11/B6 D 1 " F W66 

WAIT FOR BECKETT'S RADIO PLAY IS OVER S 2 7/03/B6 D « N 

BECKHAM, ROdFRT LEE (COLCLOUGH AVE.] 

MAN DISCOVERED AT SKATING RINK; 3REAK-IN CHARGED H ? 7/07/96 B 7 N 

BECKHAM, WALTER 

FPANKLINTON APPOINTS POLICE CHIEF H I l/24/»6 B I N 

SOME TUWNS LJSE TRAINEO OFFICERS BECAUSE OF PAY H 1 10/03/B6 B 1 N S<j^ 

BECKMANN, MAX 

GERMAN EXPRESSIONIST SHOW ASSAULT OF SHAPE ANO COLOR H 2 3/07/86 D 9 P R r,6P 

BECKNER, WIN 

LOCAL RPSIDEJTS RECEIVE AWAROS S 7 10/08/R6 B 2 N 

SECKWITH, ANNE 

A VIOLATION OF LOGIC H 2 7/15/96 A A L 

BECKWITh, EMMA FRANCES IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 3/29/=6 C 7 

OBITUARY H 2 3/30/96 C 2 n 

PECTIN, JOHN W. I'JNC-CH SCHOOL OF NURSINul 

MORE MAPOON DEVILS H 2 12/09/°6 A 4 L 

BECTON. OUFNTIS LAMONT 

THIRD MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS H 1 8/16/9 6 C 1 N 

DURHA" MAN HELD IN FRANKLIN BREAK-INS S 2 8/16/86 C 2 N 

BEOIENT, MARY CHRIST-AS lOECFASEDI 

OBITUARY H 7 1/09/P6 d 2 1 

BED 1 ,ARC2YK, JAYME 

MAGAZINE ARTICLE LED OE LAUPENTUS TJ WILMINGTON S 2 U/06/e6 A 7 c G5» 

BEF3F, DICK 

PLAYMAKERS TAKES THREE VARIATIONS UN NATIONAL THEMES H 2 1/31/96 I P F W&6 

'BURL5S2UE' PRE'"IER C S S 2 2/06/»6 3 " f 971 

BEEBE'S ' JEOPARDIZED' S 2 2/06/86 D 3 N 

8EEBE IS RECIP| C NT OF NEA PLAYWRIGHT FELLOWSHIP S 2 2/13/96 13 I G59 

BEECHAM, GARY 

SHOWS PROVE ABSTRACT ART STILL MOVES, SATISFIES H 2 I0/lO/°6 DA 7 G&o 

"EEHNEP, PATTI 



H 


7 


11/2A/86 A 1 


N M51 


S 


? 


11/25/B6 C A 


N 


s 


/ 


11/26/86 A 1 


N H70 


H 


2 


12/18/96 A 1 


N S51 



^640- MONTHLY/AM II UAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGF 27 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 

S I T 

N F ELY 

B n TATE C PC L P BYL 

BOARU DID RIGHT H 2 3/19/86 A 4 L 

PEEK* STEPHEN LYNN 

CHARGES FILED AFTER CHASE WITH SPEEDS OF 100 MPH H 2 3/17/86 B 2 N 

BEFLER. WILLIAM R. "DICK" I INDIANA! (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 5/15/86 B 2 O 

BEERS, ALMA HOLLAND 

UNC SCHOLARSHIP NAMED FOR ALM* PEERS H 2 12/10/86 [] 3 M 

BEERS, BURTON 

IWO PROFESSORS SEFK TAR HEEL ACCOUNTS OF EARLY CHINA TRAVFLS H 2 6/12/86 OS N 

BEGGARLY. BARRY 

HOUSTON. BEGGARLY TAKE WINS AT DCS H 2 6/15/86 B 1PM W60 

BEHRENOS. RICHARD (HIGH POINTI 

US MILLION FURNITURE CFNTEP To 86 BUILT S 2 1/04/P6 A IS N 

BEHRENS. C0NN1F ICHARLOTTEI 

DUKE noriOR: 40 OF 1,000 HAVE SCHOOL PHOBIA H 2 9/14/86 C S M 

PEIOLEMAN, ANNE 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL PRODUCES mjoaCLFS S 2 7/08/86 A 7 N 

BtlLMAN, OON IMICROELECTRONICS CENTERI 

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH 'VITAL 1 TO INDUSTRY S 2 1/22/86 C 1 N J13 

BEJAN, ADRIAN OR. 

DUKE PROF ATTENDS SEMINAR S 2 10/13/86 A 3 N 

BELCH, FLORA HARE I HI LL SBOR OIIGH I (DECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 3/3D/P6 C 2 n 

BELCH, JARVIS 

BELCH ELECT C D HEAD OF COMMUNITY MATCH H 3 1/11/P6 C 1 N 

BELCHER, JAMES H. 

10 PLUSES FOR SANFORD H 2 10/29/B6 A 4 L 

"ELDING, JOE 

YOUR RACK: PROTECT IT CAREFULLY H 2 10/08/86 D 11 F 

BELFON, SANDY 

PARENTS BACK SCHOOL FOR LEARNING DISABLED H 2 1/04/86 B 1 'I F5D 

BENEFIT PROGRAM ENJOYED H 2 3/03/86 A A L 

BELK. JAMES 

DURHAM COUNTY HIRES THREE TO DOUBLE PLANNING STAFF H 2 7/2S/86 A 16 N 

PELK, SHARRON LEIGH 

YOUNG DURHAM DANCER CHOSEN TO MODEL FDR NATIONAL MAGAZINE H 2 8/28/86 A 22 N 

BELK. WILLIAM IRWIN "BILL" ICHARLOTTEI 

FOUR DEMOCRATS FILE FOR SENATE RACE H 2 1/U7/86 BAN 

POLITICAL LEGENDS ATOP OE"OCRATS' SENATE TICKET H 2 2/08/86 A A E 

DEMOCRATIC SENATE CANDIDATES DIVIDED OVER GRAMM-RUOMAN S 2 2/28/86 A 10 N 

BELK ADMITS HE DIDN'T VOTE IN "I* SENATE RACE H 3 3/U5/P6 B 8 H 

BELK SAYS HUNT STRATEGIST DEMANDED CONTRIBUTION S 2 3/06/86 A 1 N 

BELK SAYS KEY HUNT SUPPORTER WARNED HIM 'POLITICAL FUTURE' DEPENDED... H 2 3/U7/86 All N 

A LITTLE MQRE ACTION, PLEASE, FOR THE PRIMARY H 2 3/22/86 A A E 

KATHERINE HARPER SAYS G^D TOLD HER TO ENTER RACE FOR U.S. SENATE SEAT H 2 3/26/86 B > N 

MEMORIES OF BITTER '84 RACE TAME CAMPAIGNS FuR SENATE H 2 3/31/86 C I N 

BELK FOCUSES ON HIS BUSINESS EXPERIENCE. OUTLOOK fqr FUTURE S 2 4/lT/e6 C 7 P N 

OPEN N.C. SENATE SEAT ATTRACTS LITTLE-KNOWN HOPEFULS S 2 4/^3/86 A 8 N 

GOP, DEMOS SWITCH ROLFS: U.S. SENATE H 2 5/04/R6 D 1 P 'I L4D 

IT'S [1R0YHILL VS. SANFORD FOR SENATE H 2 5/07/86 A 1 P N L40 

PRECINCT VOTING TALLIES H 2 5/07/B6 A 10 C N 

BELL, BOBBY (FOOTBALL) 

FIVE SELECTEU FDR N.C. HALL OF FAME H 2 12/22/86 B 2PM 

PELL, DANNY 

INDIAN FAMILY HAS UNUSUAL CELEBRATION ON THANKSGIVING S 2 11/27/86 B 1 « F G59 

BELL. OEVY 

TAR HEELS' 'CHIFF NOC-A-HOMA' SETS RECORDS WITH HARD WORK H 2 5/13/86 b 3 P U G5D 

BELL. DOLLY FUNOERBURK (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 U/07/P6 C 16 

BELL. DWIGHT 

MAN SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS FDR ASSAULT H 2 10/04/86 B 3 N 

BFLL 5ENTENCE0 FOR SHOOTING S 2 10/04/86 C 1 M 

BELL. EOWAPD REV. 

BFLL IS PASTOR OF CHURCH S 2 7/15/86 A 3 N 

BELL. HARRY 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING t4 MILLION AT VENTURE '86 H 2 5/11/B6 C II N L41 

BELL. J. BOWYER DR. 

PROFESSOR: TERRORISM HAS NO SOLUTION H 2 5/11/86 C 1 N P38 

PELL. JAMES K. ISEDGEFI6LD ST.! 

16 CHARGED WITH GAMBLING H 2 2/09/86 8 1 N 

BELL. JOHN FREDERICK ( ■= AYET TE VI LL E I (OECEASEDI 

TEEN-AGER FOUND HANGED IN JAIL H 2 1/02/86 A 6 N 

BELL. LARRY GENE 

S.C. MAN SENTFNCED TO DIE FOR SLAYING OF TEEN-AGER H 2 2/28/°6 A 15 P N 

BELL. PETER LAMQNT "J.W. FDUST" "JOHN THOHAS LHILDS" 

OL'RHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 S 2 7/09/86 A 1 N T85 

BELL. RITCHIE OR. 

THE MAXIMUM GARDENER H 2 6/26/86 A 4 E 

SMOKIES PARK BIOLOGIST TO HEAT N.C. BOTANICAL GAROEN H 2 6/28/86 8 4 N USD 

UNC dOTAHICAL GARDEN SELECTS NEW DIRECTOR S 2 6/28/86 A 3 N 

D ELL, ROPIN OWEN 

fii??, 8 ??. - B9S4S SJAN'S INFORMATION ON FATHER REPORTED MISSINu IN LACS H 2 3/06/86 A 14 N 

WHEN THE FIRST POWS RETURN, BE KIND H 2 3/12/86 A 4 L 

BELL, RUTH CRAIGE IDFCEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 4/26/86 B 4 

BELL, WILLIAM MILTON IDECEASEOI 

SgiJLIARY H 7 5/01/86 B 2 

OBITUARY H 2 5/02/86 C 8 

BELL. WILLIAM V. "PILL" 

THREE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PLAN TO SEEK 1986 RE-ELECTION H 2 1/07/86 C 1 N 

BELL, MRS. CLEMENT FILE FOR COUNTY BO«RD S 2 1/31/86 A IP" H03 



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N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



CHAMBER SUPPORTS CITY BONO ISSUE OF 483 MILLION 

BELL FILES FOR 8 TH TE'H ON »04RD 

MORE PROGRESS NEEOEO TO AID RACE DELATIONS 

GROUPS TO STUDY PLANS. TAX ME'G C R 

PROPOSED AGREEMENT TIES n WNTPwN MOTEL Tu NEW CIVIC CENTER 

DURHAM BLACKS VISIT BUDGET MEET 

PROJECTS LIST FOR BONO VOTE 1? J156 MILLION 

ARCHITECT BACKED FOR CIVIC CENTER 

BUILOERS ARE BOWING TO TRErBU'N CHANGES 

BELL TO VISIT GREENVILLE, S.C. 

BELL THINKS TREYBURN DUE • SOM= KINO OF REZGNING' 

COUNTY CO-MISSION CHAIRMAN RECJMMENDS 1/2-CENT SALES TAX BOOST 

IT'S TIME TO SAY YES TO TREYBURN 

HALF-CENT SALES TAX HIKE NEED=D FOR 60N0 ISSUE 

TREYBURN REZGNING IS APPROVED 

SECOND VOTE ON TREYBURN Z1NIW- PROTESTED 

TREYdURN APPEALS BLOCKED 

county chairman right on need for sales tax 
county board's sccono vote wa< legal and fair 
mayor defends step hfc took on treyburn 
bell: race still factor in dlpham housing 
reports: leary leaos in campaign funding 
uurham mulls merger option fop pl'nneps 
durha» ecnd vote boosts county hopes 

CIVICS LESSON 

COUNTY WANTS AGENT FOP CIVIC-' ENTER PLANS 

BELL: TAX INCREASES SHOULD Br LIMITED 

MONEY WOES SPOIL DINNER FOR OFFICIALS 

BELL: LAWMAKERS TO BACK HOTEL TAX BILL 

COUNTY JUGGLES BUOGET OPTIONS 

CITY POSTPONES MERGER STUDY 

BELL HOPES BOARD WILL APPROVE HOTEL TAX AFTER MONDAY'S HEARING 

TAX PUBLIC HEARING NO CHARADE: IT GAVE COMMISSION VALUED INPUT 

COMMISJIONEPS OK HOTEL-MOTEL OCCUPANCY TAX 

WHEN CHAMBER VOTEO ON SHEARON HARRIS, ONLY GULLFY VOTED NO 

BELL TO PUSH CITY FDR MERGER DECISION 

BOARD ASKS MERGER DEADLINE 

BELL, BOND WORKING ON FINANCING PLAN 

PAN C L NAMED TO PROMOTE BONO PASSAGE 

3CN0 GROUP NAMED 

COMMISSIONER BELL CAN'T SUPPORT ALL CASH'S PLAN 

BELL: SALES TAX NEEOEO REGARDLESS O c BOND ISSUE 

CASH SURPRISED BY BELL'S PROPOSAL 

BELL HOPES VOTERS WILL APPROV c BUND ISSUE 

UURHAM SCHOOL BONDS SPARK CONTROVERSY 

GULLET SURPRISED AT SALE 

BONOS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION WILL FOCUS ON ELDERLY, HANDICAPPED 

REPUBLICAN, THREE DEMOCRATS ENDORSED IN UURham COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RACE 

MILLER, STEPHENS, THOMPSON ARE TOP DURHAM CAMPAIGN FUNO-RAISERS 

ELECTION GUIDE: UURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

SAVE THE WATER ENDORSES THREE FOR COUNTY BOARD 

BLACKS COMMITTEE URGES VOTERS TO BACK ALL 9 BOND OUESTIONS 

ELECTION '86: DURHAM COUNTY CO MHI SS IONERS 

DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUNTY ELECTIONS: FIVE COMMISSIONERS RE-ELECTED TO BOARD 

COMMITTEE BACKED ALL °ONDS, 4 O c 5 COMMISSIONERS 

COUNTY GROWTH MAY TOP BOARD'S CONCERNS 

COMMISSIONERS: m ana ging GROWTH PRIORITY 

Five TAP HEELS, FAMILIES MAKE FORBES' LIST OF 400 RICHEST IN AMERICA 

BELL: VOTE LOOMS Oh SALES-TAX HIKE 

DURHAM COUNTY FINDS EXTRA REVENUE 

CAMPBFLL TO URGF CITY TO DROP FOOD TAX 

TAKING THE OATH 

BELL ASSAILS EFFORT AGAINST FOOD TAX 

RESOLUTION WORDING ATTRIBUTION CORRECTED 

THEY C-IDN'T DISCUSS TAX 

CHRISTMAS MEMORIES LAST LONG AFTER HOLIDAY'S OVER 

RESTAURANTS WILL CO»E 

BELLA. SISTER 

NUN D1SCUSS C S PHILIPPINES. EQJ AL ITY . . .ANO CORY 



BELLAMY, RICHARO DEVCNNE 

2 MFN ARRESTED IN BEATING, ROBBERY 

BELLSCN, LOUIS IMUSICIANI 

UNC JAZZ BAND GETS PICKUP BY "BELLSON EFFECT' 

BELMAKER, ROBERT H. 

ISRAELI PROF TO SPEHO WEEK AT UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

BELOW, MAX (PERFORMANCE ARTISTI 

CLCTHES THAT TALK: DESIGNER EAVESDROPS HIS WAY INTO FASHION 

3ELUSHI. JOHN 

BELUSHI ANO BIAS WERE THE PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR DEATHS 
TWO MEN SENTENCED FOR INJECTION OEATH 

BELVIN. HEPMAN E. 

EXPLAIN CARTOONS. PLEASE 

BcL.IN. JAMES 

TRIANGLE SCHOOLS HURT BY AID CHANGES 

8ENCINI, ROBERT 

BOND OENIEO LAWYER ACCUSED OF MURDER 

°ENO. JOHN R. DR. 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENTISTS GFT AWARUS 

BENEDICT, SALLY 

PROGRAM PROMOTES HEALTHY LIVING 

WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH"* PROGRAM REINFORCES YOUR RESOLVE 

NCHH STAFF WRITES PREGNANCY BOOK 

BOOK ADVISES EXPECTANT COUPLES 

9ENERAGE, JEAN ICONCORDI 
OUTRAGEOUS PAY hike 

BENESTINF, JOHN R AU (LANCASTER, PA. I 
TWO CARS DAMAGED DURING CHASE 

BENEVIOES, DAVE I I»MI 

IBM PLANS TO TRANSFER 400 TO "l" 

BENFER, ARTHUR ALBERT (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BENif, JCHN 0. REV. 

SPIRIT WEEK DRESS AT SCHOOLS 'DEVILISH' 
GENOEO PULES CONFUSED 
AN ABSUPD SUGGESTION 

3EMAMIN. DALLAS (CHARLOTTEI (OECEASEOI 
TWO MEN KILLED IN TRUCK CRASH 

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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/09/67 



COURT OF APPEALS UPHOLOS CONVICTION IN KIDNAPPING CASE 

BENNEFIELD, "IKE (FOOTBALL PLAYER! 
UNC FOUTBALL GETS TWO MORE 

BENNETT ADAMS. MARTHA DR. 

TEST FOR CULON CANCER CAN SAVF LIVES 

BENNETT, ANN (GRANVILLF CO. SCHOOLS! 

GRANVILLE SCHOOLS TRY PILOT COMPUTER 

BENNETT, ANNELI 
P.M. DIGEST 

BENNETT, BEN 

BENNETT'S WORKING LIKE THE ( BL UE I OEVIL 
BENNETT, CARR CUT BY NFL 

BENNETT, eERME I. (PHERESIS RECRUITMENT CUMMITTEEI 
DONATING BLOOD IS SAFE 

BENNETT, BERT 

BELK SAYS HUNT STRATEGIST DEMANDED CONTRIBUTION 

BELK SAYS KEY HUNT SUPPORTER WARNED HIM 'POLITICAL FUTURE' OEPENOED.. 

BENNETT, BILL (RAL C IGHI 

AN ISSUE OF SENIORITY 

BENNETT, BOBBY (DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS I 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD TRIMS WORK YEAR FOR 5 WORKERS 

BENNETT, DENEAUE 

HONORING EMPLOYEES 

BENNETT, HERMAN L. (UNC-CH STUDENTI 

MAGISTRATE REFUSES TO CHARGE UNC STUUENTS WITH TRESPASS 

SHANTY PkOTEST 

UNC SHANTY TOWN TORN DOWN: TRJSPASSING CHARGES REJECTED AGAINST FIVE 

BENNETT, JAMES W. 

MAN ACCUSED UF BURGLARY, ATTEMPTED ASSAULT 

BENNETT, JANICE MAR1F HARRIS 

DURHAM POLICE CHARGE 23 IN UNDERCOVER COCAINE PROBE 

BENNETT, JOHN J. 

ELECTION CHANGEO MRS. SANFORD'S PLANS 

BENNETT, JOSEPH TU»NEk (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BENNETT, JUDITH M. 

UNC PROFESSOR REAPPOINTED TO COLLEGE BOARD 

BENNETT, LINDA DELDRIS 

ARRESTS CONTINUE IN 'WHITE CHRISTMAS' 

BENNETT, PETER B. DR. (DUKE HYPERBARIC CHAMBER! 
DUKE DIVING RESEARCH GAINING PRACTICAL USE 
DUKE DEEP-UIVING RESEARCH MAY BE PUT TO USE SOON 

EENNETT, RICHARD RODNEY 

ENGLISH COMPOSER PREMIERES NEW WORK 

BENNETT, STANLEY STONEY (CHARLOTTE! 
TWO TEENS CHARGED WITH MURDERS 

BENNETT, T. FRANK 

OAVIS WILL NOT SEEK SECOND TERM ON ALAMANCE BOARD 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF TO FACE WINNER OF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN NOVEMBER 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH TERM 

TWO ALAMANCE BOARD MEMBERS BEGIN NEW TERMS 

BENNETT, TIM 

ATHLETES SHOULD BE STUDENTS 

BENNETT, w. LEGRANO JR. 

PLANTERS PROMOTES MORTON 

BENNETT, WILLIAM J. DR. (U.S. EDUC. SECRETARY! 
RALEIGH-BASED STUDENT GROUP HONORS BENNETT 
N.C. SAT SCORES AMONG LOWEST IN U.S. 
BENNETT SAYS U.S. SCHOOLS ON REBOUND 

BENNETT SAYS NORTH CAROLINA MAKING PROGRESS TOWARD IMPROVING SCHOOLS 
BENNETT UNOULY SCORNED FUR COMMITTING HONESTY 
BENNETT SAYS REAGAN CAL" JUST BEFORE ATTACK ON LIBYA 
U.S. FDUCA7I0N SECRETARY VISITS HANDICAPPED PUPILS; VOWS AID 
ANTI-DRUG PROGRAMS SHOULD B c LOCaL ISSUE 

BENNETT CALLS GOVERNORS' REPORT ON EDUCATION 'MODEL' FOR REFORM 
BENNETT'S PROPOSAL DRAWS LITTLE SUPPORT FROM EDUCATORS 
UNC-SYSTEM CAMPUS LEADERS ASK FINANCIAL-AID LAW CHANGFS 
NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATORS COOL TO PROPOSAL ABOUT PRINCIPALS 
SCHOOLS DISPENSING PREGNANCY? 

REAGAN CALLS DURHAM EDUCATOPS, OTHERS HEROES 
EDUCATORS BASK IN GLOW OF PEARSON HONOR 

WASHINGTON TRIP ON STUDENT AID BRINGS SOME HOPE — UNC STUDENT 
RESULTS DISAPPOINTING DURING STUDENT-AID TRIP 
BROYHILL MISSES 1ST STOP ON SI MILLION WEEKEND 
YOUNG PEOPLE ARE MAIN TARGET OF ANTI-DRUG CAMPAIGN 
CRITICIZING THE COLLEGES 

1200 MILLIUN DRUG FACTS FUND INCLUDES «4 MILLION FOR N.C.'S USE... 
TRY SOME MORALITY PILLS 
BENNETT URGES BASIC SKILLS 

BENNHAUSEN, RENEE 

A SONG OF THEIR OWN 

BENOIT, SHARON L. 

MS. BENOIT RECEIVES HONOR 

BENOY, DAVID EDGAR (GASTONIAI (DECEASED! 

N.C. SHOOTING SPREE KILLS 1. .JOUNOS TWO 

ONE MAN KILLED, TWO WOUNDED IN SHOUTING SPREE 

BENSON, CLIFTON L. (RALEIGHI 

LOUISBURG COLLEGE OEDICATES CHAPEL 

BENSON, JAMES 

DON'T GIVE HONDURAS JETS 

BENSON, LOWELL R. (ESCAPED PRISONS'. I 

TWO ROAD GANG ESCAPEES RECAPTURED 

BENSON, NATHAN 

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12/12/86 


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5/03/66 
5/04/86 


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10/15/86 


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12/23/86 


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2/04/86 
2/05/66 


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1/31/86 
2/05/86 
11/06/86 
12/02/86 


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1/01/86 



1 N E X 
12/31/86 



RULING EXPECTED SOON ON ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY 

8ENTLEY, JOHN R. II 

HOMOSEXUALITY IS A MORAL ISSUE 

BENTON, RICHARD GARY 

MAN CHARGED WITH INDUSTRIAL SPYING 

MAN SAYS FULL STORY TO COME OUT AT TRIAL 

MAN IS CONVICTED OF ATTEMPTING TO SELL GLAXO SECRETS 

"ENZAOL'IN. KATHLEEN 

BOUND FOR LONDON 

TAKING OFF 

LANDING IN LONDON: 163 "ORE REASONS 

•LAND US IN LONDON- WINNER 

PEN PALS MEET 22 YEARS LATER 

"ERENS. MICHAEL 

SHOCK WAVES BEING USED TO BOMBARD CANCER 

BERENSON, DANIEL 

SCHOOLS TAP 6 FOR STATE HONOR 
OURHAM TEACHERS HONDREO 

BERG, ROBERT DR. 

AFRICA DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM SET 

OUKE SPEAKERS SEEK FAMINE AID REVISIONS 

BERGEN. HORT (OXFORD) 
A SWAP IS A SWAP 

BERGENH0LT7, GUNNAP R. DR. 

BERGENH0LT2 NAMED UNC • S FIRST FREEDLANO PROFESSOR IN FNOOCUNTICS 

3ERGER, GARY S. DR. 

FIRST BIRTHDAY FOR FIPST 

BERGER. JAY (TENNIS PLAYERI 

TIGER 'WARRIOP' BOUND FOR TOUR 
TIGER "WARRIOR' BOUND FOR TOUR 

°ERGER. ROSEMARIF (JAMFSTOWNI 

THREE FROM N.C. IN PILLSBURY BAKE-OFF 

BERGMAN, BARRIE IftECORO BAR » 

RECORD BAR PRESIDENT RESIGNS 

BERGMAN: RECORD CHAIN FINANCES STABLE 

BEI'GMAN. EDWARD M. DR. (UNC-CH! 

UNC RECEIVES GRANT FOR VIENNA EXCHANGE 
UNC PLANNING PROFESSOR GETS tl 31,000 GRNAT 

BERGOUIST, CHARLES IOUKE INT'L STUPIESI 

OUKE PROFESSOR: NICARAGUANS HAVE NEEDS THAT MUST BE SUPPORTED 

BERKLEY, ANNE 

A GUIDE TO OUR PAST: LECTURE SERIES EXAMINES WHO WE ARE... 
LIBRARY COLLECTION HAS MOVIES, PHOTOS TO CHART DURHAM HISTORY 

6ERKSTRESSER, GORDON OR. 

AUTOMATION CHALLENGING TEXTIL C S 

TEXTILE STUDENTS TRAIN AS REVOLUTIONARIES 

"EPLINER. CAV IP C. 

SHANKER KEYNOTES TEACHER CONFERENCE AT UNC 

EOUCATuRS DEBATE SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING TEACHING METHODS 

BERLOW, LEONARD (CHAPEL HILL1 

CALL OFF THE DUGS, RIFLES AND SLAUGHTER OF DEER 

BERLOWE, AMANDA 

DUKE PKOFS, STUDENT GET CULTURE AWARDS 

PERMAN, GARY K. 

ERROK--NOT SYMPATHY — IS COURT'S SEARCH 

BERNARD. HERBERT 

TWO OXFORD RESIDENTS SUE OVER ACCIDENT 

PERNARO, MICHAEL 

MIKE BERNARD WORKS MIRACLE WITH EAGLES 
PAC-6 TITLE ON LINE IN HIGH SCHOOL FINISH 
MIKE BERNARD COACH OF THE YEA? IN CIAA 
EAGLES' SIGHTS SET HIGH 
EAGLES SET SIGHTS HIGH 

BERNOT, CHRIS 

CHAPEL HILL LOSES GRANT 

BERNOT. JtRRY 

PENN'S PEPNDT NAMED FOOTBALL COACH AT RICE 

BEFNHEIM, FkEOERICK DR. 

COUPLE GIVES END PARK MORE LAND 
BFRNHEI"S GIVE «265.000 IN LAND 

8EFNHEIM, "OLLY L. C. DR. 

CCL'PLF GIVES ENO PARK MORE LAND 
BERNHEIMS GIVE «265,000 IN LAND 

"tFNHOLZ. STEVEN 

NO BUMB? THAT'S A SWITCH 

BERNICK, LEE 

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTES STUDIED 

BERNSTEIN, HERBERT DR. 

LAWYERS' GREED NOT CAUSE OF SOARING INSURANCE PR t "I UMS--DUKE PROF. 

BEFNSTEIN, JIM 1N.C. FOUND. FOR ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CAREI 
NEW HEALTH AGENCY CHIEF IS APPOINTED 
STUVALL MEOICAL CENTER BECOMES SUCCESS STORY 

BEPNSTEN, LEROY A. 1CHESNEE, S.C.I 

PT1LICF SAY MAN WALKED 30 MILES TO AVOIO OFFICERS 

BERRY, BOBBIE CUINN ICHARLOTTEI 

BLACK WOMAN CHOSEN FOR PRFSBYTERUN POST 

PERRY, CHUCK (MUSICIAN! 
ROCK OF AGES 

BERRY, CLAY 

TRUE 'CHOICE' ISSUES BETTER FOR PROTESTS 

BEPRY, HAROY 











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S ! T 

N F ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

LEI'S REVIVE THIS SINGULAR GROUP H 2 9/21/86 B U G33 

BERRY, HAROLD 

FREEDOM TO SPEAK OUT H 2 5/13/86 A 4 L 

BERRY, HARRIET MOREHEAD 

1-40 TO BE NAMED FOR HARRIET BERRY H 2 2/13/86 C 3 N 

PART OF FREEWAY TO BE NAMEO F3R HISS BERRY S 2 2/18/86 C 10 N 

BEPRY, LOIS CARLYLE I F AY ETT EV ILLE I 

COUNCIL OF STATE SUEO OVER BUILDING DECISION H 2 7/24/86 C 9 N 

LAWYERS FOR MARTIN, COUNCIL OF STATE SWAP CHARGES H 2 7/25/86 A 8 N 

BERRY, MARY FRANCES 

ACTIVIST: BLACK WOMEN MUST PURSUE POWER H 2 3/28/86 b 1 R N W27 

BEPRY, MAUREEN 

MEDALLION NOMINEES NOT 'ALSO BANS" H 2 1/27/86 A 6 P N H45 

BERRYHILL, WILLIAM 1. JR. (RAL5IGHI 

SENATE CONFIRMS U.S. MARSHAL APPOINTMENT H 1 3/12/86 C 3 N 

BESKIND, DCNALO 

HEARINGS BEGIN IN DURHAM PORN CASES S 2 1/1S/B6 C 1 N T85 

AMERICA'S TORT SYSTEM IS WORKING FINE H I 2/21/86 A 4 L 

OURHAM LAWYER NAMED TO POST S 2 6/24/86 C 2 N 

POLITICS CHARGED AGAINST RECALL EFFORT H 2 7/31/86 A 1 N S51 

RECALL OPPONENTS SEE POLITICS S 2 7/31/86 A 1 N 885 

BOTH SIDES PLAYING HARDBALL IN RECALL BIO H 2 8/02/86 A 4 E 

CLOUDING THE ISSUE H 2 8/07/86 A 5 L 

BESS, BOBBY (MCOOWELL CO. I 

COUPLE DETAINS TAX OFFICE WORKERS S 2 8/02/86 A 3 N 

BESS, HELEN J. (GASTONIAI 

FROM DEATH, LIFE CAN COME H 2 1/28/86 B 1 T N P 30 

BESS, RUTH ANDERSON IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 12/28/A6 C 2 

BEST, CHARLES MICHAEL (MEBANEI 

CHASE IN OURHAM RESULTS IN ARREST OF ALAMANCE MEN H 1 8/06/86 C 2 N 

BEST. JAMES BENJAMIN IROXEOROI 

COURT OF APPEALS ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN PERSON COUNTY SHOOTING DEATH H 1 3/19/86 C 1 N L 40 

ROXBOPO MAN GUILTY IN RE-TRIAL FOR MURDER H 2 6/29/86 C 5 N 

BEST, JANIE 

TEACHFRS ARE PROUD OF MCAULIFFE'S ROLE S 2 1/29/86 C 1 W 

BEST, KIM 

•GUILTY. ..WITH REGRET'— VERDICT OF REPORTER ON JURY DUTY H 2 1/19/86 All U B 30 

WRITER KIM BEST COMMENDED H 2 2/03/86 A 4 L 

FIVE 'HERALD' WRITERS WIN CLUB'S PRIZES H 2 3/16/86 C 1 N 

DURHAM SUN WRITERS WIN PRESS CLUB AWARDS S 2 3/17/86 A 1 P N 

COMET FEVER: DOWNPOUR DELAYS PLAN FOR CLEAR VIEW OF HALLEY H 2 3/30/86 A 4 U 8 30 

VOYAGE DOWN THE AMAZON H 2 4/27/86 1 P F B30 

PURSUIT OF WELLNESS: SOMETIMES IT PAYS OFF H 2 5/06/86 B 1 N 830 

HERALD STAFFERS WIN AWARDS H 2 6/07/86 C 1 N 

TRAVELER FINDS TERRORISH FEARS UNFOUNOED H 2 11/16/86 D 6 P F B30 

BEST, MARTHA 

PASSING TIME S 2 9/12/86 C 1 P P F70 

BEST, MICHAEL (BASKETBALL) 

TIGERS' ELLIS CULLS BEST FROM CROP AT GUARO SPOT H 2 12/28/66 3 2 P N M14 

BEST, MICHAEL (OPERA SINGERI 

OPERA STAR TO BE HONORED H 2 2/02/R6 B 11 N 

•PAGLIACCI' CAST ANNOUNCED S 2 2/13/86 D 6 P N 

BEST PLAYS 8EPPE: DURHAM NATIVE TO PERFORM 'PAGLIACCI' S 2 5/29/86 1 P F B71 

BESTWICK, DICK 

BESTWICK FINDS HIS NICHE IN GEORGIA H 2 9/15/86 B 2 P N C52 

BESWICK, ARNIE 

YOUNGER ALLISON DISPLAYS VETERAN DRIVING SKILLS AT TALLEDEGA H 2 12/28/86 B 13 P N M14 

BETCHLER, CHARLES (FORT MILD (DECEASED! 

BODY FOUND AS CAR PULLED FROM LAKE; TWO CHARGED H 1 1/09/86 b 3 N 

BETHEA, GREGORY (ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER! 

FEDERAL CUTS EXPANO CITY BONO ISSUE S 2 4/21/86 A 1 M69 

CITY BOND ISSUE: HYDROELECTRIC POWER RETURNS H 2 4/26/86 C 1 S51 

DURHAM'S GROWTH SPURS NEED FOR FIRE STATION, TOWER S 2 4/28/86 A 1 P M69 

LANDFILL OPTIONS SOUGHT S 2 4/28/86 A 1 N M69 

FIRE STATION, RADIO TOWER IN "OND PLAN H 2 4/29/B6 C 1 Q 

CITY NEFOS NEW LANDFILL H 2 5/03/86 A 4 H 

POLICE PROBE INSPECTIONS CHARGE S 2 6/25/86 C 1 N M 6 9 

INCENTIVE PLAN EYED TO SALVAGE REFUSE S 2 10/27/86 A 1 N H 70 

DURHAM LANDFILL FEE ANGERS CITIZENS, FIRMS S 2 10/23/86 A 2 N H70 

CITY EXPLORES DISPOSAL SITE POSSIBILITY S 2 11/11/86 A 5 N H70 

REGIONAL DUMP TO GIVE OURHAM MORE OPTIONS S 2 11/25/86 B 3 N H70 

BETHEA, LUTHER 

BETHEA READY FOR 'HOMECOMING' S 2 9/25/86 B 4 P N P5? 

EAGLES' LINE OIGGING IN TO PROTECT HARVEY H 2 9/26/86 C 2 N G50 

BETHEA, RICKY LAVEPNE (PILOT ST.! 

GRANO JURY INDICTS BETHEA FOR KIDNAPPING, MURDER H 2 3/04/86 B 7 N 

OURHAM MAN INDICTED FOR G I RLF' I FNO • S DEATH S 2 3/04/86 B 1 N T85 

PLEA BARGAIN IN MURDER GETS MAN 18 YEARS H 2 3/J6/86 B 1 N S82 

MURDER NETS MAN 18 YEARS S 2 3/06/R6 C 1 N 

BETHEA, SAMUEL JR. 

2 BOY SCOUTS EARN MERIT HONOR S 2 2/17/86 A 1 P N S84 

8ETTS, DORIS 

SEMINARS SET 5 2 8/21/86 5 N 

COMMISSION URGES IMPROVED LITERACY IN SOUTH H 2 11/18/86 B 14 N M97 

RETTS, LESTER 

RETIRED CATS ON HOT TIN ROOF H 2 4/03/86 B 1 P P F 70 

BEVEPLY, WAYNE 

J. P. STEVENS' WORKERS TO GET JOB FINDING AID H 2 4/09/86 A I N L41 

BEVERS, HANNAH FUQUAY (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 5/24/86 C 4 

BEVILL, VERNON (N.C. WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION! 

N.C. WILDLIFE AGENCY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NAMED H 2 2/26/86 B 6 N 

BEVIN, A. GRISWOLO DR. 

UNC HAND REHABILITATION CENTER TREATS 1,500 PATIENTS PEP YEAR H 2 1/26/B6 B 3 P N U80 

BEWIG, MATT 



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POLICE ARREST 13 MORE ON SHANTY SITE AT UNC 

BEY, DAVID 

'BONECRUSHER' WINS DECISION 

BEYLE, THAD 

2 MONTHS BEFORE PRIMARY, SENATE RACES NOT HOT YET 

BIAS, JAMES 

BIAS' FATHER RIPS MARYLANO 

"IAS, LEN 

BIAS AT HIS BEST DESPITE TEPPS' Y C AR 

BIAS AMONG TERPS' TRIO SUSPENOED 

LEFTY REINSTATES TRIO 

M «f Y t;NO RALLY UPSETS HEELS: BIAS SCORES 35 TO LEAO TERPS... 

LEN blAS' BE5T LEAVES HEELS REELING 

BIAS MOVES INTO SECOND 

BIAS UNANIMOUS ON ALL-ACC SENIOR FIVE 

ALL-ACC 

AP NAMES TERPS' BIAS ACC'S BEST 

ACC IRIO MAKE 1ST TEAM 

TERPS' BIAS IS REST IN THE ACC 

ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BIAS, AGAIN 

DAWKINS, BIAS MAKE 1ST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 

OAWKINS. BIAS ON AP 1ST TEAM 

A DUMPER CROP 

SURPRISES HIGHLIGHT NBA DRAFT 

ACC STAP BIAS DIES 

DEATH OF BIAS CREATES SHOCK, GRIEF IN ACC 

A LARGER THAN LIFE STAR 

A B CCV D AY E E S R?. CEmcT'SHUCKED: 1 ?^,^ 5 " ""'^ REP ° RT6DL " ™ ND 

STUNNED SPORTS WOPLO AWAITS BIAS AUTOPSY 

THIS AND THAT 

BIAS' OEATH BEING TREATED AS SUSPICIOUS 

MEDICAL AUTHORITIES SPECULATE ON BIAS' OEATH 

BIAS' DEATH 3UELLS ACC'S DRAFT ELATION 

! H ^„^ 4 I H GF Rl4S ULTIMATELY A LESSON IN SELF JUOGMENT 

A POEM FOR LtN 

GRANO JURY TO PROBE DRUG USE, BIAS' DEATH 

TR0U3LES CONTINUE FOR LEFTY 

BIAS' MOURNERS LOOK FOR ANSUE" 

REPORT SHOWS DRUGS INVOLVED I'l BIAS' DEATH 

BIAS INCUIRY SCHEDULED 

CLOUD OF CONTROVERSY HANGS OVER DRIESELL 

COCAINE USE WAS CAUSE IN BIAS DEATH 

AN UNTIMELY EXIT 

SADDENED BY BIAS' OEATH 

ORIESELL TELLS COMMITTEE BIAS PAID PRICE FOR 'EXPERIMENT' 

MARYLAND ACADEMIC COUNSELOR UJITS JOB 

COCAINE ICARTOGNI 

MARYLAND REGENTS PLAN INVESTIGATION 

BIAS' OEATH SHOWS DRUGS INSTANT 'KILLERS' 

BIAS PKOBE WIDENS 

FANFARE: TEOP GRADES RELEASED 

INS I DE 

ROGERS, BIAS DEATHS SPARK AWARENESS 

fInfapE: U BIa!' K juRy°Ir°EFED 0C4INE P0UR1NG INT0 U - S * OKUG-ABUSE CIRCLES 

P.M. DIGEST 

COCAINE AS THE GRIM REAPER (CARTOONI 

LONG THOUGHT BIAS WOULD RECOVER 
FANFARE: FIRST LADY DM BIAS 

ALCOHOL: A DRUG PROBLEM 

LEN BIAS: 'THE ENEMY IS US' 

TESTS ON BIAS UNCOVER PRIOR COCAINE USE 

BIAS' DEATH HAISES OUESTIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY 

POLICE OFFICER QUESTIONED IN BIAS CASE 

FANFARE: 61 CALLED IN BIAS CASE 

DRUG TEST EMBARRASSMENT SMALL SACRIFICE 

BIAS" DEATH SAID DUE TO FREE-BASING 

DRIESELL, PLAYERS SUBPOENAED 

MARYLANC AD KNEW ABOUT TERPS' ACADEMIC WOES 

TESTIMONY STARTS MONDAY IN BIAS PROBE 

POINT-SHAVING STUDIED IN BIAS PROBE 

COCAINE DEATHS SHOULD BE SUFFICIENT WARNING 

MARYLAND SUBPOENAS RALEIGH RECOROS 

PROSECUTOR: BIAS FRIEND FACES PROBABLE INOICIMgNT 

PROSECUTOR: ALL CHARGES NOT RELEVANT 

BIAS GRANO JURY TESTIMONY BEGINS TOOAY 

TRAGEDY UF BIAS CASE HAS 8EC0"E A TRAVESTY 

MARYLAND ATHLEIES MUM ON GRAND JURY INUUIRY 

BIAS' PARENTS WILL TESTIFY IN JURY PROBE 

TERPS' DRUG TEST PROGRAM WILL BE UPGRADED THIS FALL 

TRIBBLE'S FRIENOS APPEAR BEFORE GRAND JURY 

THREE REPORTEDLY INDICTED IN PIAS INVESTIGATION 

BIAS HONORED AS ACC'S TOP ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 

AUTHORITIES CONTINUE SEARCH F3R TRIBBLE 

, C 7„S B J T eRS, BROADCASTERS SUPPORT SELECTION M=THOO 

TRIBBLE SURRENOERS TO MARYLAND POLICE 

P.M. DIGEST 

TRIBBLE SURRENOERS IN BIAS PROBE 

TRIBBLE RELEASED ON 175,000 BOND 

OFF-COUPT ACTIONS SHUULO Bt CONSIDERED FOR AWARD 

IERPS SUSPEND LONG, GREGG 

LONG, GREGG SUSPENDED FROM TE3PS 'INDEFINITELY' 

TRIBBLE PLACES INNOCENT PLEA 

NEWSMEN SHOULD TAKE DRUG TESTS 

FANFARE: MRS. BIAS SPEAKS OUT 

JUKOR: TEPPS 'PRETTY CLEAN' 

FANFARE: DRIESELL SUBPOENAED 

BIAS' PARENTS TESTIFY, VOICE CONCERN 

FANFAPE: MRS. TRIBBLE TESTIFIES 

BIAS GRAND JURY CANCELS DPIES C LL APPEARANCE 

IN THEIR ALPHABET, B CAME BEFORE A 

PANEL HEARS BIAS' PARENTS 

DR B iEs'LL S SIL A ?NT°ON A, ifcRVTA A L'K ' ""'' 0UESTI0N "«> 4 '"SHING EXPEDITION' 

ORIESELL'S FUTURE TIED Tu TESTIMONY 

DRIESELL NUT INDICTED, BUT ADVICE IS CRITICIZED 

FANFARE: DULL SUPPORTS LEFTY 

TRIBBLE'S ATTORNEYS ACCUSE PROSECUTOR OF MISCONDUCT 

BIAS' FATHER RIPS MARYLANO 

TRIBBLE: M KNEW HE WOULD GET UP' 

^ A s'°H c J ^;Ng N G^fogD A T T !:i?. AR5 T »""°«" ™ »«" »T TRIBBLE'S 

NEW REPORT CLAIMS BIAS SWALLOWED DRUG 

BCLUSHI AND BIAS WERE THE PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR DEATHS 

MRS. BIAS: SON DIED FOR PURPUS E 

•DON'T LET LEN BIAS' DEATH BE IN VA IN • —MOTHER 

ATHLETE'S OEATH CAUSES POLITICAL FUROR 

BIAS GkANO JURY HEARS OIFFERI'JG REPORTS 

FANFARE: BIAS CASE REVISITED 

MARYLANO ATHLETIC DIRECTOR OUL L RESIGNS FROM POST 

REPORT: DRIESELL BUYOUT PLANNED 



D OATE C PC. L P BYL 

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C N 




H 2 


3/12/86 D 


1 


C N 




S 2 


6/18/86 D 


1 


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S 2 


6/18/86 


1 


P N 




S 2 


6/19/86 A 


I 


P N 




S 2 


6/19/86 B 


1 


P N 




H 2 


6/20/86 C 


1 


U 


D71 


H 2 


6/20/86 C 


1 


P N 




H 2 


6/20/06 C 


1 


P N 




S 2 


6/20/86 D 


I 


P N 




S 2 


6/20/66 


1 


U 


C09 


H 2 


6/21/86 


1 


P N 




H 2 


6/21/86 D 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/21/86 A 


4 


p 




H 2 


6/22/86 B 


1 


j 




H 2 


6/23/86 A 


4 


W 




H 2 


6/23/86 B 


2 


P N 




H 2 


6/24/86 B 


2 


N 




H 2 


6/24/86 B 


2 


P N 




H 2 


6/24/86 B 


2 


N 




S 2 


6/24/86 


1 


P N 




S 2 


6/24/86 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/25/86 A 


1 


P N 




H 2 


6/25/86 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/25/86 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/26/86 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/26/86 D 


3 


N 




H 2 


6/26/86 A 


4 


T T 


R56 


H 2 


6/27/86 C 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/27/86 A 


4 


E 




S 2 


6/27/86 


4 


N 




H 2 


6/28/86 D 


3 


N 




S 2 


6/28/86 A 


3 


U 


T30 


H 2 


7/01/86 B 


4 


N 




S 2 


7/0I/R6 A 


4 


U 




H 2 


7/02/86 C 


4 


N 




S 2 


7/02/86 B 


3 


N 




H 2 


7/03/86 A 


4 


T T 


C50 


H 2 


7/03/86 D 


2 


N 




H 2 


7/03/86 D 


4 


N 




H 2 


7/04/86 A 


4 


L 




H 2 


7/0S/86 A 


4 


U 




H 2 


7/05/86 D 


I 


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H 2 


7/06/86 B 


1 


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D71 


H 2 


7/06/86 B 


8 


N 




H 2 


7/08/86 


3 


N 




H 2 


7/09/86 A 


4 


L 




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7/10/B6 


1 


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7/15/86 D 


3 


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H 2 


7/17/86 D 


3 


P N 




H 2 


7/17/86 


3 


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H 2 


7/18/86 C 


1 


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S 2 


7/18/86 A 


4 


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1 


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H 2 


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7/20/86 B 


1 


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H 2 


7/21/86 B 


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7/22/86 C 


1 


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7/23/86 


1 


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7/24/86 D 


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7/24/86 


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7/25/86 C 


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7/26/86 D 


1 


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H 2 


7/27/86 B 


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07 t 


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7/27/66 B 


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7/28/86 B 


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7/28/86 


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S 2 


7/28/86 


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3 


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H 2 


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3 


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3/15/86 C 


3 


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3 


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1 


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8/28/86 D 


3 


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H 2 


8/29/86 C 


4 


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H 2 


8/30/86 D 


2 


N 




H 2 


9/05/86 C 


3 


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H 2 


9/11/86 


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PAGE 33 
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CHARGES DROPPED ON LONG. GREGG 

ACC HOOPS TAKES MEDIA BACK SEAT 

SOURCE SAYS DRIESELL TO BECOMF ASSISTANT AO 

MORE CHARGES ADDED FROM GRAND JURY 

■LEFTY'S' RESIGNATION MAY HELP IN LONG RUN 

PERJURY ARREST MADE IN BIAS CASE 

•LEFTY" A SCAPEGOAT 

FANFAPE: LAWYER FILES MOTION 

BIAS' FATHER RIPS SPORTS MANAGEMENT FIRM 

TRIAL POSTPONED IN BIAS INVESTIGATION 

MOTHER OF LATE LEN BIAS HILL SPEAK AT UNION BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY 

GRAND JURY COMPLETES BIAS PP03E 

JUMP IN COCAINE USE IN N.C. FRIGHTENING 

TFRPS FINALLY 6FGIN SEASON DEDICATED TO LATE LEN BIAS 

BIAS, LONISE 

MRS. PIAS: SON DIED FOR PURPOSE 

■DUN'T LET LEN BIAS' DEATH BE IN VAIN' — MOTHER 

LEN BIAS 1 MOTHER HILL SPEAK AT GETHSEMANE BAPTIST CHURCH NOV. 15 

MRS. BIAS TO SPEAK 

MOTHER OF LATE LEN BIAS HILL SPEAK AT UNION BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY 

8IASUCCI, DEAN 

EX-CATAMOUNT KICKER YEARNS FOR PRO SHOT 

BIBBY, OEIRDRE L. 

NCCU PANELISTS DISCUSS CHANGES IN PHOTOGRAPHY 

BICKEL. ELIZABETH 

ORGANIZED LABOR DECLINE HURTS N.C. 

LABOR'S AIMS HAVE CHANGED 

HATER. NOT DEVELOPMENT, MORE IMPORTANT TO DURHAM 

ENOANGEFED WATER SUPPLY 

BICKERSTAFF, I. C. 

LET PERSECUTED SUFFER QUIETLY 

BIDDY, F. DOUGLAS 

BIOOY AMONG 35 INSTITUTE GRADUATES 

nlOEN, JOSEPH R. JR. 

DELAHARE SENATOR CAMPAIGNS FOR PRICE 
DEMOCRATS' MOOO UPBEAT FOR VAMCE-AYCOCK DINNER 

81GEL0W, w. T. REV. 

DURHAM PASTOR HONORED 

BIGGERS, JOSEPH CALVIN SR. (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

FORMER DURHAM OEPUTY DIES 
BIGGERS' MEMORIAL SERVICE SET TODAY 

BIGGERSTAFF, RALPH 

COMPUTER HELPS TRACE ANCESTORS 

BIGGS, HALTER 

FATHERHOOD CHANGES LITTLE OVER YEARS 

BIGHAM, ERIC C. DR. 

B1GHAM HEADS CHEMICAL UNIT 

SIGNER, OARELL 0. OR. 

DUKE APPOINTS BIGNER TO CHAIR 
APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED AT DUKE 
DUKE, PREUSS FOUNDATION TO ESTABLISH LAB FOR STUDYING BRAIN TUMORS 

BIKO, STEVE IDECEASEDI 

SOUTH AFRICAN SAYS BLACKS HOUL D HIN CIVIL WAR 

niLAS, JAY 

DUKE'S ISENI0R1 CLASS ACT REACHES NO. 1 POTENTIAL 

DUKE SENIORS WANT 'MEMORABLE' FINISH 

DUKE'S CLASS ACT: SENIORS' STORY ONE OF MODEST BEGINNINGS... 

FROM DUKE'S CLASS OF '66, A CLASS ACT 

DUKE SENIORS ENDING RAGS-TO-RI CHES ODYSSEY 

BLUE DEVILS, NAVY ALIKE IN PURPOSE 

MIDOIE IN THE MIDDLE GETS OUKE • S ATTENTION 

BLUE DEVIL ROOMIES BILAS. ALARIE TAKE CARE OF THE INSIDE 

DUKE BASKETBALL TEAM GOOD EXAMPLE OF CLASS 

COLLEGE SPORTS EXPERTS AOVISE COACH, DISCUSS SHORTCOMINGS AT DUKE FORUM 

BARNSTORMING: ACC SENIORS CONTINUE PUST-SEASON TRADITION 

TIME'S THE BEST JUDGE OF TUESDAY'S HINNERS 

BILGER, RALPH L. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BILLINGS, CARL L. 

CHURCHMEN APPLAUOED 

BILLINGS, CAROLYN 

BROOIE: SEX-HITH-PATIENTS COMPLAINTS PROBED 

JUOGE TO HEAR MOTIONS IN LAHSUIT AGAINST FORMER DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

DOCTOR: TREATMENT CAUSEO INSANITY 

BILLINGS, LACY JR. IANGIER AVE. I 

ARRESTED, JAILED MAN THEN CHA' GEO HITH POINTING GUN 
PRISONER CHARGED HITH ASSAULT 

BILLINGS, LARKY 

MAN IS MACE TO LIVE 

BILLINGS, RHODA 

SECOND FEMALE JUSTICE SEEKS 
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE LAUNCHES C 
JUDGE FILES FOR SUPREME COUR 
JUSTICES. JUDGES TO FACE OPP 
N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE BRANCH TO 
MRS. BILLINGS LIKELY NEXT CH 
MRS. BILLINGS NAMED NEH N.C. 
GOP JUDICIAL SLATE UNVEILED! 
RACE FOR N.C. JUDGESHIPS CAL 
GOP TEAM PROMISES VIGOROUS C 
CHIEF JUSTICE CHOICE SHOULDN 
OEMOCPATS PREPARE FOR COURT 
A POLITICAL BLUNDER? 
HHICHARD UNRUFFLED BY MARTIN 
N.C. HIGH COURT APPOINTEES K 
EXUM ATTACKS GOP METHODS AS 
NEH N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE SHORN 
THO CHIEF JUSTICE CANDIDATES 
REPUBLICAN POLITICAL COMMITT 
■GAG RULE' IS CITED AS REASO 
DEMOCRATS ASK CHIEF JUSTICE 
HIRED GUNS NOT ANSHER IN JUD 
DEMOCRATS AND GOP CLASH ON " 
GOV. MARTIN CAMPAIGNS FOR DU 



ELECTION 

AMPAIGN FOR COURT TERM 

T SEAT 

OS IT ION 

RETIRE IN SEPTEMBER 
I?F JUSTICE 

CHIEF JUSTICE 

MARTIN PICKS HOMAN FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. 
LEO LIVELIEST IN HISTORY 
AMPAIGN FOR SUPREME COURT 

E SURPRISE 
RACES 

CHOICE OF REPUBLICAN JUOGES 
EE PING SEAIS IS GOP GOAL 
I.C. CUURT CANDIDATES MEET 

IN 

AVOID POLITICAL ISSUES 
£F CRITICIZES DEMOCRATS ON JUDGES 
N BEHIND GOP JUDGES GROUP 
TO OUASH GOP COMMITTEE 
ICIAL CAMPAIGNS 

AX STANOS OF SENATE CAnOIOATES 
RHAM REPUBLICANS 



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10/29/86 


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10/31/°6 


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11/07/66 


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11/18/86 


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11/08/86 


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11/14/86 


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H 2 5/02/86 C 4 P N 
S 2 10/28/86 B 9 N 



H 2 10/03/86 

H 2 10/09/86 

S 2 11/29/86 

H 2 12/02/B6 



H 2 7/22/86 A 4 L 
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H 3 6/05/86 B 3 N 
H 2 10/19/86 C 3 N 



H 2 1/04/86 A 9 P N 



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2/25/86 
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3/04/86 
3/12/86 
3/23/86 
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4/02/86 
4/08/86 
5/04/66 
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B 
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C 
A 
A 
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b 

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H 2 10/07/86 B 1 N A54 

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H 2 
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1/23/66 A 13 



H 2 12/16/86 A 



2 


1/28/86 


A 


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2 


1/29/86 


B 


7 


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2/02/86 


B 


4 




N 


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2/04/86 





4 




N 


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6/22/86 


c 


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N 


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7/31/86 


A 


1 


P 


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2 


7/31/86 


A 


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P 


N 


2 


8/01/66 


A 


1 


P 


N 


2 


8/01/66 


C 


3 




N 


2 


8/02/86 


A 


8 




N 


2 


8/02/86 


A 


4 




E 


2 


8/06/86 


B 


7 


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8/07/86 


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8/13/86 


C 


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8/19/66 


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9/03/86 


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9/04/86 


A 


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9/04/86 


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9/06/86 


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12/31/Bo 



N A H E S 



WORST DROUGHT IN 100 YEARS H 
QUARRIES 



DEATH PENALTY AN ISSUE IN CHIEF JUSTICE CAMPAIGN 

2 JUDICIAL CANDIDATES RAP PRO-BILLINGS PANEL 

MARTIN DEFENDS GOP CRITICISM IN JUDICIAL RACE 

BILLINGS SAYS SHE REGRETS GOP ATTACKS ON OPPONENT 

KEEP THE CHIEF JUSTICE 

COURT RACE NEEOS ATTENTION 

HIGH-POWERED POLITICS A NEW TWIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

HIGH-POWERED POLITICS NEW TWIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

MEETING THE CANCIDATE 

MRS. BILLINGS CRITICIZES PLANS BY GOP GROUP 

EXUM DISSENT IN ROOK CASE CRITICIZED 

STATE CHIEF JUSTICE SAYS ELECTIONS DELAYING SOME CASES BEFORE COUOI 

BILLINGS EXTREMELY QUALIFIED J i> BE N.C. COURT'S CHIEF JUSTICE 

BILLINGS FAVORED 

HSR. BILLINGS GAINS IN POLL BUT E«UM STILL LEADS 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ENDORSE EXUM 

GROUP ENDORSES THREE GOP CANDIDATES 

BLACK PAC BACKS BROYHILL; SANFORD LEADS 

MARTIN STUMPS FOR BROYHILL 

DEMOCRATS DOMINATE RACES FOR SUPREME COURT POSTS 

MARTIN'S PLEAS GO UNHFEDED AS OEMOCRATS ELECTED JUDGES 

MERIT SELECTION OF JUDGES URGE U TO ENSURE A (JUALIFIEU JUDICIARY 

BILLINGSLEY, EVERETT 

VITAL JORDAN LAKE: ITS WATER HAS BECOME KINGPIN IN GROWTH... 

WATER. SEWER RATES LIKELY UNCHANGEO 

ORANGE WATER SUPPLY OK 

OWASA GOING PUBLIC WITH BUDGET IN HEAPING 

SOUTHERN ORANGE RESIDENTS ASKED TO CONSERVE WATER 

TOP COUPT WON'T REVIEW APPEAL IN CANE CPEEK CONDEMNATION CASE 

ORANGE COUNTY GETS MANDATORY WATER MEASURES 

LIKE LIOUID GOLD: FOCUS IS ON WATER IN AREA'S 

RESERVOIR LEVELS TOUCH OFF DISPUTE 

ORANGE ASKS RALEIGH FOR WATER VIA DURHAM 

OWASA STAFF PREStNTS 3 PLANS 

WATER AUTHORITY NEGOTIATING FOR USE OF PONDS, 

OWASA FINDS 'MYSTERY' POND; TOWN OKS HELP 

ORANGE OFFICIALS OUESTION FIGURES ON WATER SUPPLY 

OWASA FIGURES CHALLENGED 

87.5 MILLION GALLON OUARRY POND TO SUPPLY WATER 

ORANGE AID FOR DRINKING. NOT THIRSTY PLANTS. OIRTY CARS 

WATER AGENCY EYEING RALEIGH 

WATER AUTHORITY RECEIVES PROPOSAL FOR RATE INCREASE 

PIPE LINK TO STAVE OFF WATER RESTRICTIONS 

OFFICIALS RAP SLOW ACTION DURING DROUGHT 

DEVELOPER SAYS HE WILL PROCEED ON SEPTIC SYSTEM 

AUTHORITY STILL STUOYING PUMPING WATER TO HELP NORTH ORANGE COUNTY 

MEETING DOESN'T SOLVE WATER SHORTAGE 

UTILITY FINALIZING PLANS FO" HILLSBOROUGH WATER 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR PUMPED E"PTY 

BILLINGSLEY: CHANCES NEEDED IN WATER RULES 

AGENCY WANTS 'IGHT TO TAP L I N c 

PITTSPORO'S SLUDGE GOING NORTH 

CANE CREEK PACKAGE NEARING COMPLETION 

BILLINGSLEY, JOHN FRANKLIN (PEACHLANPI IDECEASEDI 
TEEN-AGER KILLED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT 

PILPUCH, EDWARD 

ENERGY PEPART"ENT GIVES NUCLEAR LAB GRANT FOR EOUIPMENT 
NUCLEAR LAB DIRECTOR GETS CHINESE ACAOEMIC AWARD 
CHINA HONORS TUNL DIRECTOR 

BINES. JOHNNY WILLIAM (DECEASE01 

POLICE: VICTIM'S BROTHER HELD SHOOTING SUSPECT 

P-INGHAM, WILLIAM ROOSEVELT 

CAR, LAWN TRACTOR COLLIDE 

BIRO, LARRY 

FANFARE: BIRD OF THE YEAR 

BIBMAN. DAVID 

SCRUTINY OF NOMINEES VARIED WITH TIES TO FBI 
ARTICLE ABOUT FBI CALLED 'PIECE OF GOSSIP" 

BIRMINGHAM, GEORGE JR. 

NEW HOMES FOUND DEFECTIVE: CONSULTANT SAYS TROUBLE WIDtSPREAD 

CITY COUNCIL WILL SEEK PANEL 10 CHECK BUILDING INSPECTORS 

COUNCIL ASKS STUOY OF INSPECTIONS UNIT 

BUILDERS: INSPECTORS DOING THEIR JOB WELL 

HOUSING PANEL SELECTION QUERIED 

STUDY OF OURHAM'S INSPECTIONS IS NEEDED 

CONSULTANT URGES BUILDERS BE OMITTED FRCM STUDY PANEL 

CONSULTANT'S HOMES TOUR PROVES TO BE EYE OPENER 

PARHA" PEFENDS INSPFCTION DEPARTMENT 

INSPECTIONS PANELISTS SHOULD »E INDEPENDENT 

INSPECTIONS: TWO OPINI ONS/ SLO" PY INSPECTIONS 'PROMOTE MY PJSINESS' 

STORIES LEO TO DISCOVERY OF TIME BOMB 

COVERAGE IS COMMENDED 

CITY INSPECTORS' INSPECTOR PANEL TENTATIVELY SET 

CITY INSPECTOR BEING PROBED 

CITY INSPECTORS NEED MORE OVERSIGHT 

POLICE PROBE INSPECTIONS CHARGE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HEADED BY WIGHT, SPAULOING 

HOME builder DID FINE 

CITY INSPECTORS AMONG BEST IN NATION 

SETTING RECORD STRAIGHT 

"YOU'RE THE JOKER WHO OKAYED TmIS JOINT!!" (CARTOONI 

INSPECTIONS WAR HAS GONE ON LONG ENOUGH 

A PERSONAL WAR 

ALLEGATIONS UNJUST, SAY KEY HOMES EXECUTIVES 

INSPECTION PAYS OFF 

INSPECTIONS PANEL NEEDS PUBLIC INPUT 

■WE'RE BUILDING A SLUM CITY,' PANEL IS TOLD 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HEARS MORE COMPLAINTS 

KEY HOMES ALL RIGHT 

LICENSE ALL CONTRACTORS 

INSPECTIONS PANEL WILL MEET TONIGHT 

INSPECTIONS INVESTIGATION NEARING END 

CITY'S SPECIAL COMMITTEE AGREES MORE INSPECTIONS STAFFERS NEEDED 

INSPECTIONS PANEL DECLINES STAND ON HIRING REQUEST 

BISHOP, CHARLES EDWIN OR. 
BISHOP RETURNS TO UNC 
UNC GETS DEFENSE CONTRACTS 

BISHOP, JOAN 

COUNSELORS MEET IN WINSTON-SALEM 

BISHOP. "ARY BETH REV. 

NEW CONTACT DIRECTOR HOPES TO EXPAND PROGRAM 

CONTACT NEEDS HELP 

CONTACT SERVICE MAY LOSE TOUCH IF FUNOS AREN'T RAISED BY MONDAY 

BISHOP, WILLIAM BKAOFORD J». 















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B 


1 


p 


N 






H 2 


10/02/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 


S82 




H 2 


10/03/86 


A 


10 




N 






S 2 


10/03/86 


C 


5 




N 






H 2 


10/06/66 


A 


4 




L 






H 2 


10/07/86 


A 


4 




L 






H 2 


10/12/86 


C 


3 


p 


J 






5 2 


10/15/86 


C 


2 


p 


N 






S 2 


10/21/86 


C 


5 


p 


P 


F70 




H 2 


10/22/B6 


B 


3 


p 


N 






H 2 


10/23/86 


C 


e 




N 






H 2 


10/25/86 


A 


11 


P 


N 






S 2 


10/25/66 


A 


4 




L 






H 2 


10/27/86 


A 


s 




L 






H 2 


10/20/86 


C 


14 




N 






S 2 


10/30/06 


C 


6 




N 






H 2 


11/03/86 


c 


4 




N 






S 2 


11/03/86 


A 


11 




N 






S 2 


11/03/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


B85 




H 2 


11/05/86 


B 


2 


p 


N 






H 2 


11/06/86 


A 


23 




N 






H 2 


11/16/86 


C 


11 


p 


N 






H 2 


3/16/86 


A 


1 




N 


046 




H 3 


4/10/86 


A 


22 




N 


B81 




H 2 


5/09/86 


A 


9 




N 






H 2 


6/12/86 


A 


24 




N 


H10 




H 3 


7/03/66 


B 


1 




N 


M10 




H 2 


7/05/86 


C 


2 




U 






H 2 


7/10/66 


A 


I 


M 


N 


B81 




H 2 


7/10/66 


A 


1 




N 


M06 




H 3 


7/11/86 


B 


1 




N 


M10 




S 2 


7/22/86 


A 


1 




N 


B81 




H 3 


7/24/96 


B 


1 




N 


B81 




H 2 


7/27/B6 


C 


1 


p 


n 


981 




H 3 


7/29/86 


B 


1 




N 


M10 




H 2 


7/30/86 


C 


2 




N 


B81 




H 3 


7/3D/86 


C 


I 




N 


881 




H 3 


7/30/86 


c 


1 


P 


N 


M10 




H 3 


7/31/96 


? 


I 




N 


B81 




H 3 


8/13/86 


c 


1 




N 


M1P 




H 3 


8/22/86 


B 


I 




N 


B81 




H 3 


9/24/86 


c 


1 




N 


B81 




S 2 


9/29/86 


A 


1 




N 


H70 




H 3 


9/30/86 


c 


1 




N 


K65 




H 2 


10/22/86 


c 


7 




N 


L90 




H 2 


10/24/86 


B 


4 




N 


R81 




H 3 


10/30/86 


B 


1 




N 


M10 




H 3 


11/04/86 


C 


1 


P 


N 


L90 




H 3 


11/12/86 


C 


1 




N 


B81 




H 3 


11/13/86 


B 


1 




N 


L90 




H 2 


12/13/86 


B 


4 




N 


L90 




H 3 


12/19/B6 


B 


I 




N 


L90 





H 2 11/17/86 A 14 



7/09/86 A 
12/04/B6 C 
12/05/66 B 



16 
14 
12 



N 080 
N 



H 2 3/04/86 



H 2 5/12/86 C 1 



H 2 12/26/86 C 3 P N 



H 


2 


9/16/86 


A 


2 


J 




H 


2 


9/22/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


6/15/86 





1 


P N 


L41 


H 


2 


6/1 7/86 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


6/17/86 


A 


1 


N 


M69 


S 


2 


6/17/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


H 


2 


6/18/86 


A 


I 


N 


X86 


H 


2 


6/18/86 


A 


4 


E 




s 


2 


6/18/66 


A 


19 


N 




H 


2 


6/19/86 


A 


1 


P N 


L41 


s 


2 


6/20/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


S 


2 


6/20/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


6/22/86 





5 


J 




H 


2 


6/23/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


6/24/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


6/24/86 


e 


1 


P N 




H 


2 


6/25/86 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


2 


6/25/86 


A 


4 


L 




S 


2 


6/25/86 


C 


1 


N 


M6 Q 


H 


2 


6/26/B6 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


H 


2 


6/26/66 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


6/27/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 


? 


6/27/66 


A 


4 


I 




H 


2 


6/28/86 


A 


4 


T T 


C50 


s 


2 


6/28/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


7/01/06 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


7/02/86 


A 


1 


N 


C60 


H 


2 


7/30/86 


A 


c 


L 




H 


2 


8/05/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


8/27/66 


C 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


8/27/86 


C 


1 


N 


H70 


H 


2 


9/04/96 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


9/17/86 


A 


4 


L 




s 


2 


9/23/66 


C 


1 


N 


H70 


H 


2 


11/12/86 


c 


1 


N 


A54 


H 


2 


12/03/86 


B 


1 


N 


S51 


s 


2 


12/03/86 


A 


3 


N 


H70 


H 


2 


6/14/66 


A 


8 


P N 


U80 


s 


I 


11/11/86 


A 


1 


N 




s 


2 


11/07/86 


A 


10 


N 




s 


2 


6/l"/86 


C 


1 


P N 


T85 


H 


2 


11/21/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 


2 


12/14/86 


c 


1 


P N 


P38 



MONTHLY/ 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



TEN YEARS LATER. BISHOP MURDE' CASE REMAINS OPEN 

KITTLE. PONALO 

POLICE SEEK MAN FOR KILLING 

SECOND FATAL STABBING IN 2 DAYS INVESTIGATED 

P0L1CF STILL SEEK MEN FOR MURDER 

MAN CHARGED IN STABBING SURRENDERS 

8ITTLE CHARGEO WITH MURDER 

BIVINS, BERTHA LEE I H I LLSBOROUGH I (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

8IZZELL, THELMA TAYLOR (SURF CITYI (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BIZZELL, VALERIE 

SLOW OOWN AND LIVE 

BJURSTON. J. M. (DURHAM POLICE UEPT.I 

FIVE PEOPLE HONORED BY DURHAM JAYCEES 
AWARD WINNERS 

BLACK, CRAIG M. 

DOSSIER: CRAIG M. BLACK 

BLACK, OOUGLAS EARL ( FUtlUAY-V AR IN Al 

FUJUAY-VARINA HAN ADOED TO FBI'S 



BIG SIX FUGITIVE LIST 



BLACK, EDWARD RICHARD (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

BLACK, GEORGE ALBERT 

ARREST IN WOMAN'S BEATING 

SLACK, HENRY PARHAM (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

BLACK, JAMES C. 

DOSSIER: JAMES C. BLACK 

BLACK, JAMES LEWIS "JIMMY" IGASTONIA, ^ 
ST. JOE'S BLACK WELCOMES DUKE 

BLACK, JANET WARD (CHARLOTTEI 

EX-MISS NORTH CAROLINA LOSES SUIT 

BLACK, JIMMY 

UNC GUESSING CAME: WHAT IF. 



.SMITH RETIRES? 



BLACK, MERLE (UNC-CH POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSOR) 
HAZARDUUS WASTES PUT FOCUS ON ENVIRONMENT 
UNC PROF: SANFORD OFFENSIVE LED TO WIN 
INDEPENDENTS SEEN AS SANFORD MARGIN 

BLACK, ORLANDO CLEMENT 

4 PLEAD GUILTY TO SOLICITATION 

BLACKBURN, G. H. Ill (DURHAM MERCHANTS ASSOC. I 

DURHAM MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION GIVES SPECIAL AWARO TO LYNAM 

BLACKBURN, JOHN (TERRY SANFORD'S STAFFI 
MRS. ELK1NS JOINS SANFORD STAFF 

BLACKBURN, ROMA STEWART (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BLACKBURN, WILLIAM M. 

REYNOLDS PRICE FINDS SABBATICAL INTENSIVELY PRODUCTIVE 
WRITERS' CONFERENCE UNDERWAY 

BLALKMON, NATHAN 

CITY OFFICIAL MIFFEO AT AUTO THEFT CHARGE 

BLALKMON, TOM CAPT. 

COUNTY MAY HONOR NAVY NAMESAKE 

BLACKMUN, HARRY A. (SUPREME COURT JUSTICE! 

RJR TAX RULING FREES BONANZA FOR CITY, COUNTY 

BLACKSTOCK, ROGER (PRISONER) 
CHRISTMAS IN PRISON 

BLACKWELL. ARMEGA 

CAR HITS CHIMNEY; MAN HOSPITALIZED 

BLACKWELL, FAIGER 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

ONLY 2 RACES OECIDEO IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 

RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL 

CASWELL INCUMBENT LOSES IN RECOUNT 

BLACKWELL, HAROLD T. LT. IGRANVILLE CO. I 
DEPUTY'S GUN USED IN SUICIDE 

BLACKWELL, JAMES JR. (CASWELL CO.) 
CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

ONLY 2 RACES OECIOtO IN CASWELL DFMOCPATIC PRIMARIES 
RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL 
CASWELL COUNTY VOTERS RE-ELECT SHERIFF SMITH 

BLACKWELL, JOHN H. KASWELL CO. I 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

ONLY 2 RACES DECIDED IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 

BLACKWELL, RANDY 

JAIL FOOD IS SIMPLY YUMMY 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT I. (OXFORDI 

OXFORD POLICE OFFICER CHARGED AFTER TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 
OFFICER CHARGED WITH TRAFFIC VIOLATION 
OFFICER NOT CHARGED IN 1985 W'ECK 

BLACKWOOO, DEBBIE DIXON (HURDLE MILLSI (DECEASEOI 
TRUCK WRECK KILLS THREE 
OBITUARY 

BLACKWOOD, LAURA JOYNER (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BLACKWOOD, MILTON 

BROTHERS ENOING POSTAL CAREERS ON SAME DAY 

BLACKWOOD, ROBERT 

BROTHERS ENOING POSTAL CAREERS ON SAME DAY 

BLACKWOOD, RUBY S. (CHAPEL HILL) 













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DATE 


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C 


PG 


I 
L 
L 


T 
Y 
P BYL 




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2/23/86 


B 


9 




N 




S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


10/04/86 
10/05/B6 
10/06/B6 
10/09/86 
10/09/86 


A 
C 
A 
B 
C 


1 

1 
9 
3 
9 




N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




H 2 


3/06/66 


B 


2 









H 2 


3/04/86 


A 


12 









H 2 


7/19/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 
S 2 


1/29/86 
1/29/B6 


B 
A 


5 
2 


P 


N 

P K30 




H 2 


1/22/86 


A 


9 


p 


G 




H 2 


1/24/86 


C 


7 




N 




H 2 
H 2 


1/06/86 
1/07/86 


B 
A 


6 
6 










H 2 


7/06/86 


C 


9 




N 




H 2 


3/23/86 


C 


2 









H 2 


7/13/86 


D 


13 


p 


G 




H 2 


1/13/86 


B 


2 


p 


N C52 




H 2 


2/02/86 


B 


3 




N W27 




H 2 


2/08/86 





1 




U C52 




H 2 

S 2 

H 1 


3/26/86 
11/07/86 
11/22/86 


A 

A 

C 


16 
1 
3 




N 
N 
N 




H 2 


10/23/66 


c 


15 




N 




S 2 


1/22/86 


A 


1 


p 


N W82 




H 2 


11/27/86 


B 


1 


p 


N 




H 2 


3/01/86 


C 


4 









H 2 
S 2 


4/27/86 
6/12/86 






3 
3 


P 


U H45 

N 




H 2 


3/16/86 


c 


6 




N 




S 2 


9/22/86 


c 


1 


p 


N M06 




H 2 


12/10/86 


c 


1 




N X82 




H 2 


12/14/66 


E 


1 


P 


F Z 11 




H I 


10/21/86 


B 


I 




N 




H 1 
H 1 
H 1 
H 1 


2/05/66 
5/08/86 
5/13/86 
5/28/86 


B 
B 
B 
C 


5 
3 
1 
1 




N 

N 
N 
N 




H 2 


6/28/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 1 
H 1 
H 1 

H 1 


2/05/86 
5/08/86 
5/13/86 
6/05/86 


B 
B 
B 
B 


5 
3 
1 
I 




N 
N 
N 
N 




H 1 

H 1 


2/05/R6 
5/08/86 


e 

B 


5 
3 




N 

N 




H 2 


2/27/86 


B 


I 


P 


N W27 




H 1 
S 1 
H I 


9/17/86 
9/17/86 
9/18/86 


C 

A 

B 


1 

12 

1 




N SBO 

N 

N 




H 2 
H 2 


12/20/66 
12/21/86 


C 
C 


1 
2 




N 
9 




H ? 


8/06/86 


□ 


4 









H 3 


1/03/86 


B 


1 


P 


N BIO 




H 3 


1/03/86 


B 


1 


P 


N BIO 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGE 36 

1/01/86 - 12/31/06 1/09/87 



CHAPEL HILL WOMAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
CHAPEL HILL WOMAN HURT AS TRUCK FLIPS 

BLACKWOOD, WILLIAM CLARENCE (CHAPEL HILLI (OFCFASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BLACKWOOD, WILLIAM S. 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPFRS 

BLAIR, JOHN FRIES ( WI NS TON- SALEMI (DECEASEDI 

JOHN FRIES BLAIR, FOUNO c R N.C. PUBLISHING COMPANY 

•A BOOK OF FLOWERS" WRITTEN FTR CH1L0REN FINDS NEW AUDIENCE 

VOLUME OF PROSE, POETRY IS PRODUCT OF WHIMSICAL MIND 

BLAKE, BOB (ARTISTI 

ARTIST BOB BLAKE: SHADES OF THINGS PAST 

BLAKE, ERMA O'NEIL (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BLAKE, EU8IE 

SHOWMANSHIP BOOSTS GUILD 'EUBIE!' 
EVERYTHING'S IN SYNC IN OTG'S •EUBIE!* 

BLAKE, JOHN (JAZZ MUSICIAN! 

BLAKE'S POWER JAZZ TAKES TOLL 

BLAKE, LEWIS D. Ill 

EDUCATOR SAYS CALCULATORS HAVE PLACE IN CLASSES 

BLAKE, MAKCIA 

AFTER SCHOOL PAY CARE AVAILABLE 

BLAKE, NANCY (MUSICIAN! 

THE BLAKES: ODO COMBINATION PLAYS COUNTRY IN CARRBURO TONIGHT 
BLAKE BPANO OF COUNTRY STRAIGHT OFF THE PORCH 

BLAKF, NORMAN (MUSICIAN! 

THE BLAKES: ODO COMBINATION PLAYS COUNTRY IN CARR30R0 TONIGHT 
BLAKE BRAND OF COUNTRY STRAIGHT OFF THE PORCH 

BLAKE, DLLIE LOUIS JR. 

REFUSAL TO TESTIFY NL-TS PRISON SENTENCE 
MURDER CONVICTION UPHELO IN SPLIT VOTE 

BLAKE, RICHARD RANDALL 

UTILITY TRUCK DRIVER CITED IN FEB. 26 WRECK 

BLAKE, THELMA 

TRAINING BEGINS IN THE HOME 

BLAKE, TOOD 

DURHAM BABE RUTH STARS WALK TO WIN 

BLAKELY, DANIEL BRUCE (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

8LAL0CK, BETSY 

BLALOCK TO SPEAK 

BLALOCK 



CK, CHARLES LEWIS (ROUGEMONTI (DECEASED! 
OBI TUAKY 

BLALOCK, DAVID 

GROUP HONORS DISTINGUISHED SALES PEOPLE 
RALEIGH COMPANY BUYS DAVID'S OFFICE INTERIORS 

BLALOCK, ETHEL MCGIRK (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

BLALOCK, JACK (ASST. TO TIM VALENTINE! 
LCM GIRDS MILITARY SALES STRATEGY 

BLALOCK, LENORA C. (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

BLALOCK, T. T. ISHERIFF'S DEPUTY! 
COUNTY CRIME DOWN IN 198S 
POLICE: PREVENTING CRIME KEY STEP 
DEPUTIES TO FOCUS ON SAFETY-SEAT LAW 
COUNTY CRIME REPORTS DROP 26X 

CRIME REPORTS DROP IN 7 OF 8 CATEGORIES IN CUUNTY 
'NATIONAL NIGHT OUT' BACKS CRIME PREVENTION 
COUNTY CRIME FALLS ht 
CRIME JUMPS IN DURHAM AT CHRISTMAS 
MAGISTRATE DEFENDS SELF, WINS 

BLANCHARD, ALEXANDRA R. 
SUPPORT GAY PRIDE 

BLANCHARD, BRUCE 

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER TREYBURN ROAD 

BLANCHARD, KEN DR. 

AUTHOR OF BOOK ON MANAGEMENT TO ASSIST LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 

BLANCHIES, JAMES 

CAUSE OF ALABAMA AVE. BLAZE PROBED 

BLAND, GROVER DOOSON 

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR FINED FOR FAILURE TO REPORT ABUSE 

BLAND, JIMMY 

DOSSIER: JAMES L. BLAND 
OBITUARY 

BLAND, KALMAN OR. 

3 DUKE PKOFS CITEO FOR STELLA' TEACHING 
DUKE FACULTY MEMBERS GET TEACHING AWARDS 

BLAND, MIKE (ASHCbOROI 

RANDOLPH COUNTY MAN MAKES HIS 6.000TH PARACHUTE JUMP 

BLANKENSHIP, DAVID (RICHMOND. VAI 

BLANKENSHIP COMES READY TO RUM, CLAIMS DCS FEATURE 
BLANKENSHIP CLAIMS DCS FEATURF 

BLANKENSHIP, OEBOKAH ANN 

WAKE JURY INDICTS DURHAM WOMAN 
JUDGE WCN'T DROP CHARGE 

BLANKENSHIP, OELIA 

NORTH CAROLINIANS. ..SAY MARCOS' OECISION PREVENTED BLOOOSHEO 

BLANKENSHIP, LINDY B. 

DOSSIER: LINDY B. BLANKENSHIP 



N E 
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S 
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DATE C 


PC 


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H 2 
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3/06/06 B 
8/06/86 C 


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15 




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H 2 


6/18/86 C 


2 









H 2 


2/24/86 C 


1 




G 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


11/05/86 C 
11/16/86 
12/21/86 E 


8 
3 
3 


p 



R 
U 


H45 
H45 


S 2 


4/17/86 D 


1 


P 


p 


B71 


H 2 


12/16/86 C 


2 









H 2 
S 2 


4/18/86 D 
4/24/86 D 


7 
4 




R 
R 


W66 
G59 


H 2 


12/09/86 A 


13 




R 


S66 


H 2 


7/20/86 C 


10 




N 


D80 


S 2 


8/06/86 B 


1 


P 


N 


S27 


H 2 
H 2. 


12/05/86 D 
12/12/86 


1 
2 


P 


F 
R 


W66 


H 2 
H 2 


12/05/86 D 
12/12/86 


1 
2 


p 


F 
R 


W66 


H 2 
H 2 


1/03/86 B 
10/22/06 C 


1 

1 




N 
N 


S82 


H 2 


3/12/86 C 


2 




N 




S 2 


8/23/86 A 


4 




L 




H 2 


7/19/86 D 


2 




N 




H 2 


12/31/86 C 


4 









S 2 


2/07/86 A 


3 




N 




H 2 


10/19/86 C 


2 









S 2 

H 2 


2/20/86 A 
6/18/86 B 


16 

4 


P 


N 
N 




H 2 


5/14/86 C 


6 









S 2 


1/17/86 A 


1 




N 


W82 


H 2 


7/26/86 C 


2 









H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 


1/04/06 B 

2/12/86 A 

2/20/86 C 

4/09/86 A 

4/10/86 A 

8/09/86 t) 

10/02/86 A 

12/00/86 A 

12/20/86 C 


1 

5 
1 
I 
19 
1 
1 
1 
1 


P 

T 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
H 
N 
N 
N 


M51 
T85 
T85 
T85 
M51 
T85 
T85 
T85 
S82 


H 2 


6/26/06 A 


5 




L 




H 2 


4/01/06 C 


1 




N 


M97 


H 2 


11/16/06 C 


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THEY WORK FOR FREE. ..OR ELSE 

BLANKS. NELSON LP A t G IP.OXBORn) 

COLLISION HURTS R0X80R0 BOY. 11 

BLANTON, HEIDI 

RIVAL SUITORS GIVE WOMAN 220 ROSES 
SUITORS' AFFECTIONS BLOSSOM INTO RIVALRY 

BLANTON, J. T. 

BARBERSHOP BIRTHDAY: 25 YEARS OF HAIRCUTS. SHOESHINES AND GOSSIP 

BLAUSER. JEFF 

EX-BULLS GIVE BRAVES VIEW INTO FUTURE 

OURHAM BULLS '86 

BLAUSER LEADS BULLS INTO SECOND HALF 

BULLS' STARS 

ALL-STAR SPOTLIGHT SHINES UN OURHAM DUO 

FANFARE: BLAUSER PROMOTED 

BLAUSER SETTLES IN AFTER PROMOTION 

BLAZER. DAN G. DR. 

DUKE WILL CONDUCT MEDICAL SURVEY 
SURVEY SHOWS HEALTH RISKS FOR ELOERLY 
OUKE STUDY SEES SUICIOE BOOM 

BLEDSOE. ANNIE MILLARD (RALEIGH) 1DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BLEDSOE. HAROLD LIONEL IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BLEVINS. CINDY 

STILL POPPING UP: GASAVERS NAME WEAVES THROUGH PLAN... 

BLEVINS. ROoER I S T ATE SV I LLE 1 

WHITE MAN. BLACK FRIEND. CONVICTED OF C RO SS- BURNI NG IN NEIGHBORHOOD 

BLIGHTON, LISA M. 

POLICE ARREST 13 MORE ON SHANTY SITE AT UNC 

3LIVEN. DAVID 

DEVELOPERS SEE RISE IN HAYTI HOME SALES 
NEW HAYTI PROJECTS, HOUSES PROGRESSING 

BLIZZARD. ROLAND E. I JACKSONV I LLE I 
LOOKING FOR SISTER 



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BLOCH, ERIC DR. (NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION! 
SCIENCE DIRECTOR TO SPEAK AT DUKE 
DUKE SPEAKERS CANCEL 

BLOCH, SUSAN 

MAGAZINE HIGHLIGHTS DURHAM COUNTY LIFE 

AN OLO WIVES' TALE 

OUKE ALUMNI MAGAZINE WINS AWARD 

BLOCK, JOHN 

GRAHAM HOPES BLOCK SUCCESSOR WILL HAVE CLOUT 
"JUST WHAT 00 YOU THINK YOU'RE UP TO, BLUCK7. 

BLOCK, SHIRLEY 

PARENTS CAN HELP CHILDREN REACH THEIR POTENTIAL 

BLOOO, MARIE 

'FAVORITE* NIECE STILL INTRIGUED BY HOUDINI 

BLOOD, NANCY 

DONATIONS FOR LITERACY 

ILLITERACY: PROGRAM TEACHES AOULTS TO READ 

BLOOM, CLAUDIA 

DUKE RECITAL WILL FEATURE TWIN SISTERS 

BLOOM SISTERS IN CONCERT IN E. DUKE BUILDING SUNDAY 

BLOOM, HAROLD 

LITERARY CRITIC TO SPEAK AT DUKE 

BLOUM, MADELINE 

DUKE RECITAL WILL FEATURE TWIV SISTERS 

BLOOM SISTERS IN CONCERT IN E. OUKE BUILDING SUNDAY 

R10U"0UIST, KAREN S. (MISS OURHAM I 
SALUTING VETERANS 
BEAUTY CUM LAUDE 

MISS DURHAM IS WINNER OF SWIMSUIT COMPETITION 
PRELIMINARY WINNERS 

MISS N.C. WANTS TO SPREAD THE WORD: OUKE STUDENT ANXIOUS TO HELP... 
NAMED MISS N.C DUKE GRAD TO VIE FOR MISS AMERICA 
DURHAM, DUKE CAN BE PROUD OF NEW MISS N.C. 
BEAUTY, BRAINS AND MORE 

KAREN S. BLOOMQUIST: MISS NORTH CAROLINA, 1986 
BEAUTY MEETS BUSINESS 
MISSES NORTH CAROL INA 

MISS N.C, NEW MISS DURHAM FEATURED IN PREVIEW SUNDAY 
QUEENS' DAY 

TAKE A WALK ON THE BOARDWALK WITH MISS NOPTH CAROLINA! (ADI 
SUNDAY READING 

THERE SHE GOES.. .MISS N.C. HEADS FOR ATLANTIC CITY 

MISS N.C. 'NOT NERVOUS.' PRACTICES PIANO PIFCES AT BGAROWALK HOTEL 
MOMENT FOR RELAXING 
KICK OFF SHOES 

MISS N.C. SAUNTERS IN SWIMSUIT 
THERE SHE GOES 

FANS GIVE PAGFANT HOPFFULS SUPPORT 

TENNESSEE. VIRGINIA CONTESTANTS WIN PRELIMINARY ROUNDS 
REHEARSING 

MISS N.C. ENJOYING EXPERIENCE 

1957 MISS DURHAM RECALLS DUKE. N.C. TITLE, MISS AMERICA PAuEANT 
GETTING READY 

MISS TENNESSEE IS NEW MISS AMERICA 

MISS AMERICA JUDGES FIND THINNER, KNOWL EOGABL E , CANDID CONTESTANTS 
MISS N.C. SAYS PAGEANT 'COULD HAVE USED A MORE '80S-TYPE WOMAN' 
BORED WITH PAGEANT7 

MISS N.C. TO VISIT OURHAM FOR MUSEUM'S SIRTHUAY 
LIFE-SCIENCE MUSEUM TURNS 40, GETS GRANTS TOPPING 4310,000 
NEW IVEY'S OPENS AT SOUTH SOUARE 
HOSPICE GALA DRAWS ELEGANT DRESS 
COUNCIL DENIES t2,000 REQUEST FOR '86 PAGEANT 
CITY DENIES FUNDING PLEA FOR MISS OUKHAM PAGEANT 
COUNCIL CORRECTLY NIXES PAGEANT GIFT 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/09/9 

S 1 T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 3YL 

MISS N.C. TO SPSAX AI COFFEE HOUR H 1 11/14/86 3 1 N 

BLOUNT, MARVIN K. JR. ILAWYERI 

FOUR 0E»OCRATS FILE FOR SENATE RACE H 2 1/07/86 B 4 N 

BLOUNT BACKS SANFORD. BOWS OUT ^F RACE S 2 1/15/86 A 1 P N 

BLOUNT BOWS OUT OF SENATE RAC= . BACKS SANFORO H 2 1/16/86 A 6 N 

FORMER GREENVILLE MAVORi STATE SENATOR MARVIN BLJUNT H 2 9/20/86 A 10 

BLOUNT, RUSSELL ICOACHI 

FINISHING TOUCHES S 2 5/23/86 C 7 P P S76 

BLUE. OANIEL JR. [REP. I 

THREE LEGISLATIVE CONTESTS PIT BLACKS AGAINST BLACKS H 2 4/16/86 D 4 N 

LEGISLATORS RAISE WORKFARE 0U5STIONS S 2 6/05/86 A 9 J 

GOP MAT AID PUSH FOR PRIMARY 9ILL H 2 6/16/86 BIN 

REP. BLUE TO BLACKS: PREPARE FOR HIGH TECH H 2 11/19/86 A 9 P N J40 

BLUE. JAMES (0ECEASE01 

OBITUARY H 2 6/06/P6 C 4 

BLUE. LARRY HOMEY (RALEIGHI 

HEN ARE HURT IN TRUCK WRECK S 2 1/07/86 A 7 N 

BLUM. DOROTHY H. (CHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 10/26/B6 C 2 

BLUNT, RUSSELL 

TESTIMONIALS FOR COACH BEING SOUGHT S 2 2/29/86 A 9 N 

COACH 3LUNT HONORED H 2 5/14/86 A 4 L 

BLUNT TO BE HONOREO H 2 5/23/86 C 3 N 

BLUNT'S 'FAMILY- SAYS THANK YOU H 2 5/25/86 B 6 P J C36 

BLYIHE, JA"ES IASHEBOROI 

ASHEBORO MAN CAN TR»vEL TO YESTERYEAR WITH RADIO PROGRAMS 5 J 10/22/86 C 15 P F 

RADIO BUFF RECAPTURES 'THRILLING DAYS OF YESTERYEAR' WITH COLLECTION H 1 10/23/86 B 3 N 

BOARD, WARPEN L. OR. 

ELON COLLEGE FILLS ITS SECOND HIGHEST AOM INI STK A T I VF POST H I 4/15/86 C I " N 

BOAT. BARBARA DR. (UNC-CH) 

BEING BORN FIRST HELPS, STUOY SHOWS H 3 4/03/86 B 1 N IJ80 

BOATMAN, RALPH 

DOCTORS GETTING SECOND DOSE OF TRAINING H 2 7/22/96 B 4 N U80 

90ATWRIGHT, "ARY OR. 

OR. BOATwRIGHT RECEIVES GRANT S 2 8/11/86 C 8 N 

"JATWRIGHT, WILLIAM 

CONTROL BY MODERATES SEEN AT BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION H 2 11/19/86 B 8 P N 

BOBBITT, JAMES DOKE JR. (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 10/29/86 A 10 

BOBBITT, ROBERT LEE (CRESOMOORI IOFCEASEOI 

OBITUARIES H 2 6/12/86 B 2 D 

BOBBITT, THADDEUS WAYNE (LOUISBuRGI (DECEASED! 

ONE MAN KILLED, ONE WOUNDED NEAR L0USI3URG H 1 3/05/86 B I N 

90CCARDI. LOUIS 

JOURNALISTS EXAMINE REPORTING O c NEWS WITH CRITICAL EYE AT. .. CONVENT ION S 2 11/24/96 B 6 J 

BODOIE. HENRIETTA WEBB (OECEASEOI 

UPITUASY H 2 3/25/86 A 8 n 

BODOIE, JOHN 

HOMOSEXUALS WARNED OF TOUGH TIMES AHEAD H 2 6/24/96 BIN A 54 

BODE. LUCY 

DAY-CARE HOMES GET NEW RULES BUT NO INSPECTORS S 2 12/31/86 C 11 N 

BOOINE. GEOFF 

BOOINE CRUISES TO CAYTONA WIN H 2 2/17/86 B 2 P N "14 

TEARS OF JOY FOR BOOINE H 2 2/17/86 B 2 U "14 

booine bumps °etty <=or thiro straight p<il c h 2 4/20/86 B 9 p n 

BOOINE SITS ON POLE AT CHARLOTTE H 2 5/22/86 D 1 " N M14 

30DINE WINS CHARLOTTE POLE S 2 5/22/96 3 2 N 

WALLACES' PIT 'GOODY' IN MARTINSVILLE VICTORY H 2 9/22/96 B 2 P N W60 

WALTRIP SLIPS BY BOOINE. TAKES AIM at EARNHARDT H 2 9/29/86 3 2 P N W60 

BOOINE MAKES IT. RICHMOND BREAKS IT FOR OAKWOOO POL? H 2 10/02/96 1 " N 

BOOINE EYES ENDURANCE FOR '87 H 2 12/21/96 3 7 N M14 

BODYCOTT. GENE 

bOARO OKS REZONING FOR HOTEL S 2 7/02/86 A 1 N M06 

BOEKE. JAN (CHAPEL HILLI 

MEDIA HIDES REAL TRUTH H 2 6/23/96 A 4 L 

BGERICKE. SALLY 

SALLY 30ERICKE Named TC BOapd IN HILLSBOROUGH h 3 6/17/86 C I N 

HILLSBOROUGH COMMISSIONER H 3 7/22/86 B 1 p p 

°OERIC*E. SAPAGENE 

SEVEN APPLY FOR TOWN BOARO SEAT H 3 6/07/96 C 1 N 

"OESAK. ALLAN REV. 

MRS. KING DOOGES DUTY H 2 9/16/B6 A 4 E 

90ESKY. Ivan f. 

MEDIAN NET WORTH OF AVERAGE U.S. HOUSEHOLD IN $32,000 H 2 lt/23/«6 C 12 P U L41 

NORTH CAROLINA BUSINESSMEN FEAR EFFECTS OF INSIDER TRADING S 2 12/01/96 C 4 N 

90GARU, TRAVIS 

BOOK REVEALS INTIMATE SIDE OF O'NEILL S 2 7/25/86 C 2 R 

BOGART. Humphrey 

BOGART FILMS PLAY AGAIN S 2 10/09/96 D 9 P N 

°OGEP. BILLY GRAY (OECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 10/26/96 C 2 

90GGESS. NANCY DR. 

MEMBER OF NASA TO SPEAK AT OU' E S 2 2/12/86 A 15 N 

NASA ASTRONOMER TO SPEAK AT CX'KF S 2 2/17/86 C 2 N 

SPACE ASTRONOMY FINDING MISSING PIECES OF PUZ2LE H 2 2/25/Ro B 1 T N 330 

90GGESS, NED WILLIAM IOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 7/11/86 A 14 

OPITUARY H 2 7/12/96 C 2 

ALZHEIMER'S GROUP CAFES FOR SPOUSES S 2 10/15/96 A 1 N 

WEOOING VOWS CARRIED OUT FOR HUSBAND WITH OEMENT|A H 2 10/28/86 B 1 N 

BOGGESS. SiLLIE 

ALZHttMER'S GROUP CARES FOR SPOUSES S ? 10/15/86 A 1 N 

wEOOING VOWS CARRIED OUT FOR -(USBAND WITH DFMENTIA H 2 10/28/86 B 1 N 



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BOGGS, ANTHONY C. (DECEASED! 

CAR PLUNGES OFF BRIDGE, CHERRY POINT MARINE DIES 

BOGUES. TYRONE (BALTIMORE! 

OUKE GUARDS RFCALL BOGUES' 'BIG' 

BOGUESi DEACONS SCARE WOLFPACf 

DEACON OUO 

ACC TRIO SPARKS AMERICANS 

ACC A MAJOR FACTOR IN WIN OVER U 

WITH THE UNITEO STATES" HORSES, 

FIRIN' AWAY IN THE NCAA 

BOHRSON, KATE 

MRS. FLKINS JOINS SANFQRO STAFF 



S 1 8/19/86 A IP 



DAY IN CAMERON 



WORLD SAW STARS I AND STRIPES! 



WASHINGTON, D.C.I IDECEASEDI 



BOLDEN, ALTHEA W. 
OBI TUARY 

BOLDEN, HA7.EL L. 

"MAMMIES" WERE EXPLOITED 

BOLER, WILLIAM JR. 

ONE-TIME HERO AND WIFE SENTENCED FOR CHILD ABUSE 

BOLICK, ROSE 

COUNSELORS MEFT IN WINSTON-SALEM 

BOLICK, SANDY HOYLF 

2 'HEPALD' REPORTERS "READY TO GO" IF CHOSEN 

COULO 1 STILL GO? WOULD CHRISTA? 

COLE: JOURNALIST IN SPACE STILL GO 

ST. PATRICK'S DAY FAN WEARS 'KELLY' GREEN 

BOL IEK, DAVE 

COVERAGE nF REAGAN BIASED 

BOLIN, WILLIAM MIKE IROCK HILL, S .C . I 

SOUTH CAROLINA MAN CHARGED IN 3 SLAYINGS 

SUSPECT'S FATHER CHARGED WITH PLOTTING TO KILL WITNESS 

BOLIN, WILLIAM VANCE (ROCK HILL, S.C.I 

SUSPECT'S FATHER CHARGED WITH PLOTTING TO KILL WITNESS 

BOLLING, CHARLES 

BEAN LEADS NELSON; BOLLING 2 BACK 

BOLLINGER, RANDY OR. 

DUKE TRANSPLANT GIVES BABY A NEW CHANCE 
LIVER TRANSPLANT AOVANCE S TO BE OISCUSSED 

BOLLINGER, STEVEN L. 

6 FILE FOP OFFICE IN DURHAM TTOAY 

VALENTINE GETS FOE AS FIELD THICKENS 

CONTESTS ASSURED IN 4 SENATE, HOUSE DISTRICTS 

TRIANGLE GOP WOMEN TO MEET 

REPORTS: LEARY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNOING 

PRIVATE SCHOOL CLOSES 

MODERATE CLERGY GROUP BACKS GULLEY 

REPUBLICANS SAY RECALL DRIVE HAS NOT BEEN A FAILURE 

RECALL POLITICS: EXPECT SOME SPILLOVER 

GOV. MARTIN CAMPAIGNS FOR DURHAM REPUBLICANS 

CAMPAIGN PACE PICKS UP IN 3 DURHAM HOUSE RACES 

'PORK BARRELL' POLITICS SPARKS IRE AT FORUM 

BOLLINGER SAYS EOUCATION BIGGEST ISSUE 

ELECTION '86 

BOLLINGER STATEMENT UNNECESSARY 

ELECTION GUIDE: N.C. HOUSF 

CAMPAIGN STYLES OIFFER IN DURHAM HOUSE CONTESTS 

THREE DEMOCRATS TO FILL STATE HOUSE SEATS 

ELECTION '36: STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

MICHAUX SWE C PS TO WIN 

BOLOGNESI, DANI OR. 

PANEL SAYS STUDIES OF AIDS DRUG SHOULD CONTINUE 

DUKE GRANTS TO STUDY AIDS. ALZHEIMER'S 

2 FROM OUKE ON TEAM MAKING AIDS PROGRESS 

BOLON, LOIS 

EX-DUKE NURSES: OFFICIALS SAID OBEY MEDICINE ORDERS 
REPORT: NURSES COMPLAINED ABOUT BRESSLER 

BOLOTIN, SUZANNA ICHAPEL HILLI 

THANKS '0 THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

BOLTON, PENNIE 

BOLTON'S BOLT FROM BLUE SMOOTHS STATE'S FOLDING 
BOLTON GIVES PACK ESSENTIAL MR. PRIME TIME 

BOLTON, FRANK (CPEEDMOOR! 

GRANVILLE FARMER'S FUTURE IN LETTUCE 

BOMiiECK, ERMA 

DURHAM READER'S STORY THE BEST WARNING 
BOMBECK ANO BALOIES 

BOMBFRG, JAYNE 

DESIGNS FOR LIVING 

BONAVENTURA, CELIA T. 

DUKE MARINE LAB GETS tl.5 MILLION IN GRANTS 

BONAVENTURA, JOSEPH OR. 

POLLUTANT CONFERENCE STRESSES TIMING: DIFFERENT LIFE-CYCLE STAGES... 

2 DUKF SCIENTISTS GET RESEARCH GRANTS 

DUKE MARINE LAB GETS 11.5 MILLION IN GRANTS 

BONAVENTURF, JACQUES (HILLSBOROUGH) 
NAME-THE-TOWER CONTEST 
THE TOWER WINNER: GREEN WEENIF 

B0NAWIT2, STEPHEN C. 

NAVY CHIEF IN ROTC PROGRAM TA<ES RE-ENLISTMENT TO TOP OF DUKE CHAPEL 

BOND, JACK 

COMBINING BOND VOTES MAY NOT CUT CONFUSION 

MRS. HERON: SPEED SALE OF COURTHuUSE 

COUNTY STAFF MEMBERS PLEASED WITH RETREAT 

COUNTY'S "OND PROPOSES SEPTEMBER BONO REFERENDUM 

MANAGER ASKS SEPT. BONO VOTE 

ADVISORY PANEL PONDERS NEW JAIL SIT C S 

SLOWNESS CITEO IN COURTHOUSE ^ALE COLLAPSE 

CALIF. DEVELOPER TO GET MONEY BACK 

LEASING SUGGESTED 'SHORT-TERM' ANSWER FOR SOCIAL SERVICES 

WITTENBERG OFFERS TO 3UY COURTHOUSE 

MORE PROGRESS NEEDED TO AID RACE RELATIONS 



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N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/16 



PAGE 40 



BOARD TO EVALUATE BONO'S PERFORMANCE 

BOND TO REPORT "ARCH 24 ON TRCyRoRN CONCERNS 

WAKE COUNTY BACKS TREYBURN IMPACT STUDY 

BOARD VOTES TO KEEP COURTHOUSE 

GROUPS TO STUDY PLANS. TAX «E»0:R 

MISSING LETTER MUDDLES COUNTY BID PROCESS 

BOND NAMED TO BOARD 

COUNTY CLOSES TREYBURN MEETING 

SOMETIMES DOORS CLOSE FOR NECESSARY REASONS 

WILDLIFE OFFICIALS KEEP CLOSE HATCH ON TREYBURN 

BOND BACKS TWO TREYBURN CHANGES 

BONO RECOMMENDS COUNTY OK MODIFIED TREYP'JRN REZONIN"". PLAN 

TREYBURN ZONING HEARING SET APRIL 2 

WILOLIFF OFFICIAL NOTES CONCERNS OVER TREYBURN 

GIVE LATEST TREYBURN PROPOSAL 1, FAIR HEAPING 

TREYBURN WATER PLAN IS DRAWING SUPPORT 

I-PACT STUDY STILL ISSUE AS TREYBURN VOTE NEARS 

ROADS TO HANDLE TREYBURN TRAFFIC 

TREYBURN CRITICS, BACKERS MEET TONIGHT 

TREYBURN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY URGED 

BUILDERS ARE ".OWING TO TREYBLPN CHANGES 

COMMISSIONERS SHOULD MAKE TPE"3'JRN OECISION 

OURHA" CO. SEEKS ASSISTANT MANAGER 

COUNTY MANAGER WANTS ASSISTANTS 

TREYBURN FOE SAYS PETITION WAS 'A LAST ACT OF DEFIANCE" 

FISHING WITHOUT BAIT 

TREYBURN REZONING IS APPROVEO 

TREYBURN CRITICS may Try to ha LY REZONING 

SECOND VOTE ON TREYBJRN ZONING PROTESTED 

TREYBURN APPEALS "LOCKED 

MRS. HERON CALLS TREYBURN VOTE 'SLEAZY' POLITICS 

SPAULOING CRITICIZES MRS. HERON'S ACTIONS 

ORDINANCE IS NEEDED TO RESTRICT ZNQ VOTES 

COUNTY BOARO'S SECOND VOTE WAS LEGAL AND FAIR 

MRS. HERON WAS WRONG 

BOND WANTS WORK HALTEO AT DURHAM SOCCER CAMP 

BONO WANTS WORK STOPPED AT Ol/> HAM SOCCER CAMP 

MRS. HERON, BOND HAVE 'CORDIAL' TALK 

BOND TO RULE ON SOCCER Camp 

SOCCER CAMP CAN CONTINUE LIMITED WORK 

GRADING TO CONTINUE 

COMMISSIONER HERON SLAPREO NO CNE 

OURHAM BOND VOTE BOOSTS COUNTY HOPES 

COUNTY TO GET S6 MILLION PLAN TO RENOVATE CLD COURTHOUSE 

BETHESOA SEWER PLAN TO GE T 2ND HEARING 

COUNTY BUDGET PROPOSED 

COMMISSIONERS TO BEGIN REVIEWING COUNTY BUOGET 

NO GROWTH BUDGET IGNORES MANY REQUESTS 

BELL: TAX INCREASES SHOULD BE LIMITED 

COUNTY IS ASKFD TO GIVE E"PLOYEES 3.9* PAY INCREASE 

COMMISSIONERS ASKED TO HIKE PAY FOR WORKERS 

COUNTY TAX INCREASE WILL RAISE Ev c BRJWS 

COUNTY JUGGLES BUOGET OPTIONS 

COUNTY may REDUCE SERVICES, PAY RAISES 

TALKING FREEDOM 

TAX-REPEAL TIMING FRETS COUNTY "ANAGER 

PROPERTY TAX REPEAL SHOULO WAIT A YEAR 

TAX CHANGE WILL HELP APARTMENT DWELLERS 

MENTAL HEALTH FUNDS STALL, DEMANDS DCUULE 

COMMISSIONERS GIVE BONO PAY HIKE; SALARY — 175,170 

BOND'S PAY ON PAR WITH COLLEAGUES 

BOARD SHUNS USE OF TAX PROCEEDS DESPITE WARNING 

PANEL OKS AGREEMENT ON BUILDING 

BELL. BOND WORKING ON FINANCING PLAN 

COUNTY MAY HONOR NAVY NAMESAKE 

TREYBURN OOMINATES POLITICAL CORUM 

CANDIDATES DEBATE TREYBURN DEVELOPMENT 

TYING TIES AND TYING UP TRAFFIC: SIMULATED HANDICAPS CREATE .. .PROBLEMS 

BOND CONSIDERED FOR VIRGINIA JOB, BUT OUT CF RUNNING 

BOND GETTING VARYING STORIES ABOUT JOB OFFER 

BOND: ENCOURAGING GROWTH PART OF JO" 

BONO OUT OF RUNNING FOR VA. JOB 

COUNTY MANAGER WITHDRAWS NAME FOR VIRGINIA JCB 

SEwER BONDS AIM AT health PROBLEMS 

CULTURAL, RECREATION BONDS miss WAR FACING OTHER ISSUES 

WATER AND SEwER BONDS WOULO PROVIDE SUBSIDIFS FOR DEVELOPERS 

BELL: VOTE LOOMS ON SALES-TAX HIKE 

HEARING NEEDED NEWS OF TAX STJDY, WINOFALL 

COUNTY DROPS CHARGE VS. GARAGE OPERATOR 

COUNTY MAY HELP TRAIN S. AFRICANS 

SLOW BETHESOA SEwER PPOCRESS ORAwS CRITICISM 

BETHESOA RESIDENTS PUSH FOR SE»ER SYSTEM 

BONO. JAMES EOWARD 

WAKE PROF NAHFQ DEAN AT PUGFT SOUNO LAW SCHOOL 

BONO. PHILLIP S. 

LADY LIPE'TY REDEDICATION HAS SOME DURHAM FLAVOR 

EONDUKANT, STUART 

UNC DEAN HONOR EO 

RONE. ROGER 

ADULT RURAL EDUCATION OFTEN GFAREO TO u°bAN LIFE 

RONGIORNI, OENNIS 

OURHAM PEOPLE AT WORK: THERAPY HELPS SENIORS THRIVE 

BONNER. BILL 

DUKE CARE COMMENDED 

BONNER. CHARLOTTE 

OUKE CARE COMMENDED 
A CHRISTMAS SADNESS 

BONNER. JACK M. Ill OR. 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL PRODUCES MPACLES 

BONNER, JAMES WILLIAM IDECEASEDt 
OBITUARY 

BONNER, BANKER. DIES 
OBITUARY 

"ONNETT, NEIL 

aONNETT'S LUCK ALL BAD 
HE'S GOT THF DRIVE 

BONNEY, OAVID 0. II I WINSTON-SALEMI 
MUSEU"S ATTRACT MILLIONS 

BOOKER. ELSIE 

COUNTRY STORE IS REMINDER OF PAST 

30CK °LAB DESTROYS AIDS-CONTAMINATED BLOOD FOUND IN TESTS 
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64 0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES P AC 641 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

NEED FOP DISCIPLINE H 2 10/14/86 A 4 L 

BOONE, EVERETTE ASHLEY IOECEASEDI 

OBITOARY H 2 5/25/86 C 1 

OBITUARY H 2 5/26/86 C 2 

BOONE, KATHY 

NEED FOP DISCIPLINE H 2 10/14/86 A 4 L 

BOONE, MICHAEL ANDREW 

FORMER EMPLOYEE OF BURGER KIN". CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLING 117,675 H 3 8/30/86 C 1 N 

BOONE, MYRA ALCORN IOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 12/09/86 C 6 

BOONE, PAT (ENTERTAINER 1 

CAMPBELL TO DEBUT H 2 5/13/86 D 15 P F 

CLASSIC PLAYERS, CELEBRITIES "INGLE. DOWN DRINKS IN HEAT H 2 5/17/86 A 1 P N CIO 

CROONERS ON THE COURSE H 2 5/18/86 A 14 P P 

BOONE, S. GRANT (PERSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL) 

MODERN HOSPITAL HELD NEEDED TO ATTRACT DOCTORS H 1 1/23/B6 B 1 N S80 

PERSON HOSPITAL, CENTER TO DIVIDE 40 BEDS H 1 4/03/86 B 1 N S80 

BOARD OKS ALLOCATION OF NURSING HOMF BEDS S 2 4/03/86 A 8 N 

$125,000 DONATED TO PERSON HOSPITAL DRIVE H I 12/03/86 P 1 N 

BOOTH, OOYLE IDECEASEDI 

DURHAM MAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH H 2 9/27/86 C 1 N 

BUSINESSMAN IN DURHAM DIES IN PLANE CRASH S 2 9/27/86 8 5 N 

OBITUARY H 2 9/25/86 C 2 

MRS. BOOTH, MOTHER OF CRASH VICTIM H 2 9/28/86 C 2 

BOOTH, J. E. 

RETIREO CATS ON HOT TIN ROOF H 2 4/03/86 B I P P F 70 

BOOTH, RACHEL Z. DR. 

SPECIAL NURSING PROGRAM OFFERED S 2 1/27/86 CBN 

BOOTH, ROBERT H. "BOB" 

CHAMBER PONDERS COURTHOUSE OPTIONS S 2 2/04/86 A 1 N H03 

CRITICISM UNWARRANTED H 2 2/09/86 D 4 E 

NEWSPAPER APPLAUDED H 2 5/14/86 A 4 L 

BEAUTIFICATIO'I AWAROS BEING GIVEN S 2 5/19/86 C 1 N 

CHAMBER NEARS OCCUPANCY GOAL PLEDGES FOR HOTEL H 2 8/16/86 C 1 N L41 

CHAMBFRS. CONGRESSMEN BACK RDU A5 GATEWAY S 2 8/23/86 B 1 N WS2 

•LAND US IN LONDON' CAMPAIGN TAKES FLIGHT H 2 9/18/B6 B 1 N M97 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK: THE JEWEL THAT MULTIPLIES H 2 10/26/86 5 1J G33 

GULLEY SURPRISED AT SALE S 2 10/28/86 A 1 N H70 

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE TARGET TRIANGLE ISSUES S 2 11/12/86 C 1 N W82 » 

CHAMBER PROMOTES VISITORS BUREAU S 2 11/22/86 A I N M06 1 

WITTENBERG SEFKS TENANTS FOR LAKEWOOO CENTER S 2 11/26/86 A 1 N W82 

CHAMBER: USE HOTEL TAX FOR CONVENTION BUREAU S 2 11/26/86 C 1 N H70 « 

GLAXO EXPANSION IS •MIND-BOGGLING" S 2 12/04/86 A 1 P N W82 

BOOTH, SWANNIE BAILEY IOECEASEDI 

MRS. BOOTH, MOTHER OF CRASH VICTIM H 2 9/28/86 C 2 ,4. 

BOOIHE, WILLIAM JOSEPH "BUSTER" IOECEASEDI , !)' 

OBITUARY H 2 9/23/86 C 4 

BOOTHES, JERMAINE TERRELLE IOECEASEDI ']' 

RARE ILLNESS KILLS BOY, 4 H 2 5/27/86 B 1 P N 

SERVICES HELD FOR BOOTHES S 2 5/27/86 A 12 

BOPBELY - BROWN, JULIA I'J 1 

WATER, SEWER: NO H 2 11/02/86 5 L J 

;i 

BORCHARDT, FRANK 

IGNORANT AND DEMAGOGIC H 2 3/12/86 A 4 L '*, 

POPENSTEIN, IRVIN IDENVER, COL. I 

HEARINGS °EGIN IN DURHAM PORN CASES S 2 1/15/86 C 1 N T85 „! 

JUDGE ORDERS NARROWING OF OBSCENI T Y CHARGES H 2 1/16/B6 B 1 N S8? ,|' 

JUDGE REJEC T S ARGUMENT THAT PORN LAW IS INVALID S 2 4/21/86 C I N T85 

MOTION TO SUPPRESS EVIDENCE DENIED IN DURHAM HOOKSTORF OBSCENITY TRIAL S 2 4/22/86 C 1 N T85 

BORING, JIM ,1, 

CHILD ABUSE PROGRAMS H 2 11/20/B6 A 4 L 

BOROUGHS, GLADYS ],! 

WOMEN'S CLUBS HELP MANY CAUSES S 2 12/11/86 A 6 P N S27 

ROPSTELMANN, JOHN "J. B." (CLIMBERI 

HIGH ROAD TO HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE H 2 6/01/86 D 1 P F |« 

b 

BuSb, Carl dp. 

MEMORIAL CHRISTENS HELICOPTER H 3 7/17/86 B 1 N 

BOST, TED 

GASOLINE PRICES AT 6-YEAR LOW IN CAROLINAS S 2 2/18/86 C 4 N 

BOST. TOBY 

DURHAM NOT HURT BY FROST S 2 4/23/86 A 1 N S84 

FROST DAMAGE MINIMAL S 2 4/24/86 A 1 N S84 

BOST STATE WINNER H 2 8/17/86 D 14 N 

PLANT FLOWERS FOR THE FESTIVAL H 2 11/06/86 A 4 U G33 

PLANT RED. WHITE, BLUE H 2 11/20/86 A 4 E 

TIPS ON BUYING CHRISTMAS TREE 5 2 12/02/86 E 1 P F G59 

UUEEN AND HFR COURT S 2 12/12/86 B 1 P P K 30 

BOSTIAN, CAREY H. ICHAPEL HILLI 

NCSU TAPS 6 DURHAM 'AMBASSADORS' S 2 6/28/86 A 3 N 

BOSTOW. MARCELLUS ANTONIO 

TEENS APPREHENOEO AFTER CHASE UN 1-95 H 1 10/23/86 B 1 N 

BOSWFLL. B. K. 

POLICE SAY MEN USE CAR TO OR AS OFF-DUTY OFFICER S 2 8/21/B6 C 1 N 

OFF-DUTY POLICEWOMAN ORAGGED «Y CAR H 2 8/22/86 B 5 N 

BOSWELL, DAISY LEE CURRIER IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 5/17/86 C 6 

BOSWELL, JANNIE ELIZ'BFTH IWADESBOPQI IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 3/28/86 C 6 

BOSWORTH, BRIAN 

NCAA RULES SHOULD MAKE NO EXCEPTIONS S 2 12/30/86 A 4 E 

BOTHA, P. W. 

P. W. BOTHA, PARACHUTIST ICARTOONI H 2 5/04/86 4 T T R 56 

BOIHA ICARTOONI H 2 6/18/86 A 4 T T P 56 

MRS. KING D n DGES DUTY H 2 9/16/86 A 4 E 

BOTHA THREATENS SENATORS WITH GRAIN IMPORTS CUTOFF S 1 10/02/86 C 4 P N 

BOTHA'S BLUNT THREAT NEFOS UNITEO RESPONSE H 2 10/05/86 D 4 E 

SOUTH AFRICA'S INOPFRABLE TUM1R ICARTOONI H 2 10/14/86 A 4 T T C50 



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12/31/36 



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SEN. HELMS SAYS SUN EDITORIAL INSULTED HIM, MISSTATED FACTS 
S. AFRICA'S LEADERS NOT GETTING MESSAGE 

BOTTOMS. GENE IATLANTAI 

SOUTHERN VOCATIONAL EOUCATION CRITICIZED 

BOTTOMS. JOSEPH 

15 MOVIES EXPECTED TO BE s H OT IN N.C. THIS YEAS 

BOUCHER, RICHARD DR. 

UNC SHOWS FIBROSIS OCCURS AT BIRTH' 

BOULTON, DONALD A. (UNC-CHI 

STUDENTS CALL FOR RESIGNATION OF UNC OFFICIAL 

UNC Y SAYS DEAN HAD NO ROLE IM SETTING REINSTATEMENT TERMS 

CHANCELLOR LISTENS TO STUDENT CONCERNS 

DEAN URGES TOLERANCE OF OTHERS AT UNC 

POLICE ARREST 13 MORE ON SHANTY SITE AT UNC 

BOULWARE. C. ELWOOD DR. 

COMMUNITY NEEDS UNlTr 
DUKHAM NEEDS UNITY 

BJURBOUS. NICK 

•SUPEROOG* GOES VISITING 

BOURGEOIS. PAUL 

ANNAPOLIS: WHERE GENTLEMEN (AND LADIESI BECOME OFFICERS 

BOIJRLON, JOHN 

A FEW COURT RECORDS SLIP THROUGH THE CRACKS 

BOUROUE, MICHAEL WILLIAM I H I LLSBORDUGH I 
HEARING SET JAN. 10 

MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL ORDERED F0» BOUROUE 
MANSLAUGHTER PLEA BRINGS 6-YEAR SENTENCE 
HILLSBOROUGH MAN SENTENCEO FCP MANSLAUGHTER 

'OWDEN. ASTOR 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S RACE DRAWS CANDIDATES 

FOJR DEMOCRATS, ONE REPUBLICAN! FILE FOR FRANKLIN SHERIFF 

FOUR DEMOCRATS IN PRIMARY FOR FRANKLIN CGUNTY SHERIFF 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF CANDIDATES' PHOTOS MIXED 

JOHNSON LEADING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 

JOHNSON WINS FRANKLIN SHERIFF PRIMARY 

°0W0EN, BOBBY (FOOTBALL COACHI 
BOwOEN BELIEVES IN OFFENSE 

BOWDEN, DUEAPD 

CREEUMOOR STICKS TO DENYING WATER FOR PROPOSED PARK 

DEVELOPER FILES NOTICE DF INTENT TO SUE CREED»D0R OVER IT": DECISION.. 

CREECOPR SUIT MAY BE HEARD IN CIVIL COURT 

RULING FAVORS TRAILER PARK F 0= S 

CORRECTION 

PEMIT OK'O FOR GOLDEN PONO MOBILE HOME PARK 

SOUTH GRANVILLE WATER SYSTEM PROPOSED 

BOWOEN. TOMMY 

DUKE'S END ZONE BLUES 

BOWE, JESS J. 

JESS BOWE FILES FOR COURT CLERK 

CANDIDATES FILE FOR JUDGE. CLERK, DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY. ONE JUDGE -<AVE OPPONENTS IN FLFCTION 

REPORTS: LEARY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNOING 

VOTF FOR JESS J. BOWE. PH. 0. , S'JPFRIJR COURT CLFRK (ATI 

ENOUGH IS ENO'JG"! VOTE JESS J. BOWE (AD I 

BOWF, CARR SEEKING CLERK'S JCP 

CANDIDATES DISAGREE ON MANPOWFR NFEDS 

SEND THEM A MFSSACE! VOTE JESS J. BOwE, SUPERIOR COURT CLFRK (ADI 

JESS BOWE, JA-ES CARR IN CLERK RACE 

LEGAL INTERESTS EVIDENT IN CAMPAIGN REPORTS 

VOTING PRECIJCT TALLIES 

CARR RETAINS POST OF CLERK OF COURT 

UNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES HIGH SPENDERS IN primary 

BOWEN, BEVERLY (HILLSBOROUGH) 

HELP STUOE.NTS, NOT BUILDINGS 

BOWEN, JAMES ARTHUR I FAYE TTEV I L LE I IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

BOWEN, THELMA OAKLEY (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

BOWEN, ,ILEY F. (JUDGE) 

22 CONVICTIONS ARE OVERTURNED IN BREAK-INS CASE 

BOWERS, MAOGARET M. "DIANA" 

COUNCILMEN WRANGLE OVER PHONES, TRAV C L 

CITY BUDGET HOLDS TAXES, HIKES WATER-SEWER COSTS 

MAYOR CONFIDENT ON SURVIVING 3ECALL 

OURHAM CITY CLERK SEEKS BETTER WAY — AND FINDS IT 

BOWES, EDwARO BAXTER (ROXBOROI 

THREE CHARG^O IN SHOOTING OUT O c WINDSHIELDS 

BOWES, TOMMY IRADIO) 

TWO APPLICATIONS ARE FILEO FCB RADIO STATION IN SEMORA 

BOWIE, JAMES 0. DR. 

ULTRASOUND USES ON RISE AT 0U< E 

USE OF ULTRASOUNO GROWING. BUT WON'T REPLACE X-RAYS 

BOWIE. LUVENIA (HILLSBOROUGH) 

A DREAM TURNED INTO A NIGHTMARE OF AWFUL REALITY 

BOWLES. EOWARO MARCUS 10ECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

BOWLES. HAL 

PASSENGER TRAIN HITS BEER TRUCK 

"OWLES. HARGROVE "SKIPPER" JR. (DECEASEO) 
FTR-ER N.C. LEGISLATOR POWLES DIES 
•SKIPPER' BOWLES, N.C. LEADER. DIES 

HARGROVE 'SKIPPER' 30WLES: he LABORED UNTIRINGLY FOR HIS STATE. UNIV. 
•SKIPPER' BOWLES REMEMBEREO FIR 'GALLANT AND GENEROUS HEART' 

BOWLES. LEWIS EOWARO (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BOWLING, CAR! I. 

OHS VALEOICTORISN S C T GOAL, STUCK TO IT 



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S 2 6/27/86 A 1 N "69 

S 2 8/07/86 C 1 N H70 

S 2 12/24/36 C 1 P N H70 



H 2 3/11/36 A 11 
H I 12/19/86 3 1 



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H 2 6/21/36 B 3 N 030 



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H 2 9/09/36 A 1 P N 

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BOWLING, CLARESTA "CLARA" (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BOWLING, JOSEPH A. "BUDDY" (DECEASEDI 
OBITU«RY 

BOWLING. JOSEPH JR. (BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU! 
BBB CHIEF ASKS PROBE OF FUNC DRIVE 

DIRECTOR OF BBB REOUESTS PROBE OF POLICE SOLICITOR 
BBB HEAD'S CO M PLAINT SPURS CALL. NO PROBE 

BOWMAN. CARL MATTHEW 

CAR HITS CHIMNEY; MAN HOSPITALIZED 

BOWMAN. J. FRED 

MOST AREA LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SEEK RE-ELECTION 
GRANVILLE. VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE FACING NO OPPOSITION 
ALAMANCE POLITICS FIT NO MOLD 
EIGHT CANDIDATES VYING FOR FOUR SEATS IN ALAMANCE 

BOWMAN, JOHN A. (CLASSIC PROPERTIES LTD. I 

RESTAURANT TO MOVE INTO OLD BATTLING PLANT 
OLO COKE BUILDING TO HOUSE BUSINESSES 
INTERCHANGE SUGGESTED AT FREEWAY, GLOVER ROAO 

BOWMAN. MINNIE O'BRIANT (ROXROROI 

ROXBORO WOMAN HELD IN SHOOTING 

BOWMAN. VIRGINIA R. 

CITY WOULD LEASF PROPOSED PARKING GARAGE 

BOWMAN. WILLIE 0. REV. (OECEASEDI 

CHARGES DPOPPEO IN 1981 SHOOTING OF EVANGELIST 

BOWSER. EDWARD L. 

BONOS CHEAPEST WAY TO GET MUCH-NEEDED COUNTY PROJECTS 
COUNTY BONOS FAVORED 

BOX, KLAY 

DURHAM BACKS YOUNG SCHOOL BUS D' I VERS 

SNOW CLOSINGS: PUPILS HAPPY; OFFICIALS WARY 

CITY SCHOOLS HIRE PRINCIPAL. FILL 4 ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS 

A DURHAM FIRST 

BOYCE. BILL 

TWO RALEIGH MEN BUYING SEVERAL RADIO STATIONS 

BOYCE, G. EUGENE 

LAWMAKERS STUDY PLAN TO LIMIT MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COSTS 
COURT DENIES FOUR APPEALS 

BOYCF, STEPHEN G. [N.C. FORESTRY FOUNDATION) 
NCSU TAPS 6 DURHAM •AMBASSADORS 1 

BOYCE, WILLIAM A. (BAHAMA! (DECEASED! 

BAHAMA MAN ELECTROCUTED IN ACCIDENT AT FAIRGROUNDS 
BAHAMA MAN, 20, IS ELECTROCUTED AT FAIRGROUNDS 

BOYD. BILL 

UNC FOOTBALL GETS TWO MORE 

TIGFRS. TFRPS ARE NEWSSTAND FAVORITES 

BOYD. BILL REP. 

SIKHS DEDICATE 2ND TEMPLE IN DURHAM 

BOYD. BOB 

BENEFITS URGED FOR PART-TIME N.C. EDUCATORS 

BOYO. CLEM ELTON (RALEIGH! 

MAN IS CHARGED IN BICYCLE-RIDING ROBBERIES 

BOYO. DERRICK (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 

VANCE END BOYD CHOOSES VIRGINIA 

BOYD, F. C. (STOVALLI 

FIRE DEPARTMENT IN STOVALL IS NFG01IATING TO BUY LANO 

BOYD. GLEN w. 

BOYO NAMED ACTING OXFORD POLICE CHIEF 
BOYD NAMED ACTING CHIEF IN OXFQRO 
CRUISING "THE ONLY THING TO DT 

BOYD. HAZEL 

MARY COWPER CENTER IS CLOSING 

BOYD. HENRY (RALEIGH-DURHAM AIRPORTI 

PIEDMONT JET CHRISTENS » DU ' S S 55 MILLION RUNWAY 

BOYD. JOHN GREGORY 

TWO MEN HELD AFTER BR=AK-IN TRY 

DEPUTIES: THIEVES USE A KEY TO BkFAK INTO. RANSACK HOUSE 

BOYD. LARRY (BUTNERI 

CHASING THE DREAM: THESE VETE'ANS CONTINUE THEIR ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP. 

BOYD. LARRY OONNELL 

POLICE ROUNDING UP ALLEGED DRUG DEALERS 
OURHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 

BOYD. MAGGIE MAE (CONCOROI (DECEASED! 

POLICE SAY FIRE VICTIM SPRAYED WITH KEROSENE 

BOYD, MASON GILES (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BOYO. RICHARD C. (ATTORNEY! 

COUNCIL NEEDS CALMER VIEW ON SHEARON HARRIS 

MATTERS OF CERTAINTY 

OOUBT, FRUSTRATION FUFL N-PLANT CONCERNS 

CITY LEAOERS TOUR FESTIVAL 

3 COUNCILMEN, MAYOR PLEDGE FESTIVAL SUPPORT 

DANCE FEST GETS PLEDGE OF SUPPORT 

2 COUNCILMEN RAP WATER. SEWER BONOS 

CITY RESIDENTS SHOULON'T PAY FOR COUNTY WATFR AND SFWER LINES 

WATER, SEWER: NO 

BOYO, ROBERT (DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION! 

FAYETTEVILLE STATE PROGRAM'S CERTIFICATION REVOKED 

BOYD. RON (SOUTHERN HS BASKETBALL! 
•ILL* BOYD PACES SOUTHERN WIN 

BOYO. WALTFR. 

INDIVIDUAL BATTLES HIGHLIGHT JUNIOR TRACK 

FEARSOME FOURSO"E: 1Y LAND OR AIR. ORANGE HIGH BACKFIELO PACKS PUNCH 



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H 1 2/04/86 C 3 

H 2 5/34/86 7 

H 2 11/02/86 12 



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S 2 5/15/86 A 5 



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H 2 7/12/86 C 1 
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S 2 1/13/86 A 3 M J13 

H 2 6/17/86 C 1 P N J40 

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H 1 12/17/86 C 3 



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H 2 10/16/86 B 2 



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H 2 8/17/86 B 9 C M C 36 

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H I 1/04/86 B 5 N 

H 2 2/06/86 1 P N C36 

H 1 10/29/86 B 1 N S80 



H 1 4/29/86 C 1 N 
S 2 4/29/86 A 8 N 
H 1 8/23/86 C 1 P N S30 



S 2 4/29/86 A 6 P N G59 
H 2 4/02/86 B 1 P N M97 



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S 2 2/20/86 A 5 N 



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S 2 7/09/86 A 1 N T85 



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S 2 7/05/86 A 3 P J S33 

S 2 7/15/86 A 1 P N B85 

H 2 7/16/86 C 1 N W66 

S I 7/16/86 C 1 P N 

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S 2 12/06/86 B 2 P N B15 



H ? 7/13/86 B I P N Y55 
H 2 3/22/86 C 1 P N 085 



HONTHLr/AN 



N U A L 
1/01/84 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



BOYD, OPANGE START 'REIGN' 

°OVD. WILMS L. 

FIREFIGHTERS PRAISED 

60YEP, CHRIS 

A=BORIST: TREE WEEK IS FOR ALL 
REMOVING A THORNY PROBLEM 

•(OYER. ERNEST L. 

SHANKER KEYNOTES TEACHER CONFERENCE AT UNC 

EDUCATOR SAYS PEOPLF AMBIVALENT ON T=4CHEPS 

BOYER TELLS UNC CONFERENCE REPORT OMITS EDUCATION NEEDS 

CRITICIZING THE COLLEGES 

BOVEP. marc-E 

WHITE PINES: THEY THRIVE IN PRESERVE 

BOYER. MATT 

DUKE STUDENT SPENDS SUMMER IN JORDAN DURING INTERNSHIP 



BOYER t SHELTON 
TIGERS JU" 



P AHEAD OF PACK IN ACC TRACK 



INSURANCE IS UNFAIR 



ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS 



80YE». STEVEN WADE (OECEASEDI 

LIFE TERM GIVFN IN MURDER CASE 

BOYETTE. ALICE 

4-H MEMBERS LEARN BY DOING 

50YETTF, CHARLES 0. DR. 

COMMISSIONER SEES NO PROO c DOCTORS' 

80YETTE, E. G. DR. AND MRS. IBUTNE-I 
SMOKING A SECONDARY PR03LEM 
BISHOPS 'WAY OFP CO'JRSE' 
ALCOHOL: a DRUG PROBLEM 

BOYKIN, AUDREY 

CITY SCHOOLS HIRE FRINCIPAL. FILL 4 
HILLSIOE TO GET NEW PRINCIPAL 

BOYKIN. LEE OTIS 

SENTENCE OVERTURNED OH NUMBER O c CHARGES 

N.C. APPEALS COURT RULES ON DURHAM LARCENY CASE 

BOYKIN. WILLIAM L. IDECEASEOI 
MERCHANT OIES AT 9& 
WILLIAM BOYKIN. FAYETTEVILLE ST. MERCHANT 

BOYLE, B. IRVIN 

PANFL ON TEACHERS' PLANS SUGGESTING MORE PAY, EDUCATION 

UNC BOARD OKS TEACHER GUIDELINES 

PANEL URGES TPAINING, PAY IMPROVEMENTS FOR TEACHERS 

BOYLE, MICHAEL J. JR. 

ROAD CONDITIONS POOR 
LET THE BUTER BEWARE 

BOYLES, HARLAN 

STATE EYES SOURCES FOP VENTUR C CAPITAL 

REFERENDUM WORRIES N.C. OFFICIALS 

BOYLES FEARS REFERENDUM MAY SET PRECEDENT IN STATE 

LOWER INTEREST RATES CALLED A PLUS FOR N.C. 

N.C. TREASURER: FALLING INTEREST RATES TO BE.N C FIT STATE, FEDERAL GOV. 

SCHOOL LGANS PROPOSED 

MARTIN PROPOSES 12.1 BILLION PLAN FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

B02ARTH, JANE I. 

PROCLAMATION HAS SUPPORT 

Taxpayers SHOULD NOT HAVE TO PAY FOR 'RIDICULOUS* CRUSAOE 

RECALL WORTH ANY MONEY SPFNT 

GULLEY HAS DONE MUCH FOP CITY 

PASSAGE OF POND REFERENDUM WON'T PREVENT HIKE IN TA'ES 

BONO AOS SILLY 

BOZEMAN, ROLAND 

1 CHARGED, 2 HURT IN SCUFFLE 

BRSCEY, ALPERT 

SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES LOOGED 

DURHAM man FACES 9 SE*U«L Cha°G c S 

GRAND JURY ISSUES INDICTMENTS 

MAN GETS 10 YEARS FOR MOLESTING GIRL, 11 

PRACEY, DAVID MCCOY 

3 ARRESTED, JAILED IN STREET = 0B3FRY 

BRACFY, "ECOLU BRANCH IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BRACFY, RAMQNA 

HAVING IT ALL 

BRACKET!, BEVERLY PAYE ISHELBYI IDECEASEDI 

WOMAN MAY HAVE RECEIVED INSULIN INJECTIONS 

BRAORURY, M A Ry 

MARY BRADBURY GIVES NEW MEANING TO WORD 'TEACHER' 

BRAO"AM, MYRTLE HESTER CHEEK IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY 

ORAOHAM, WILLIAM EUGENE 

INSPECTIONS OFFICE has 1ST ASSOCIATE OIPECTOR 

BRADLEY, ALLEN IDECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 
OBI TUARY 

"S'OLEY, EDWARD C. 

•DESIGNER CLONING' AIDING SEARCH FOR CANCER TREATMENTS 

BRADLEY, MIKE IGOLFERI 

BRADLEY WINS N-S MEDAL WITH 2-UNOER-PAR 70 
BRAOLEY HEADS N-S OUALIFYING 
NICKLAUS, B'AOLEY WIN IN N-S GOLF 
NICKLAUS IN, BRADLEY OUT IN NORTH-SOUTH 
BRADLEY LIKES CHANCES FOR DURHAM AMATFUR 
BRADLEY LEA-IS AFTER RECORD 67 
BRADLEY WIDENS GAP IN AMATEUR 
BRADLEY PULLS AWAY IN AMATEUR 
BRAOLEY BREEZES TO RfcCOPO WIN 
BRADLEY CTASTS TO AMATEUR TITLE 
BRADLEY SEEKS SECOND H-S nn r 
MARATHONS. DUICKIES CUT FIELU TO FIGHT 





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BEING IN SANO WAS BIG BLAST IN OUARTe RF I N AL S H 2 7/05/B6 D 1 P N C49 

BRADLEY, SLOAN FOLLOW SANDY ROAO TO VICTORY S 2 7/05/86 A P N f JS 

SLOAN, HOLLAND ADVANCE TO FIN4L H 2 7/06/86 B I P N C49 

upm Fv St (PS IN FASTFRN AM n Z 7/12/86 U i N 

bSaOLEY'S 74 EARNS ORANGE CO. GOLF TITLE H 2 B/CK/B6 B 2 P N CI 

FANFARE: KITE LOW QUALIFIER H 2 B/l|/«5 ° \ * N 

FANFARE: CARDINAL AM BEGINS H 2 8/15/86 C 3 N 

BRADLEY, PHIL IS. C.I , ,,.„,.„. , » 

PUT UP OR SHUT UP H 2 11/03/96 A 4 = 

° RiOL THEIR FIRST 5 OATE WAS ALL-NIGHT SCRABBLE GAME H 2 1/26/96 E 6 P F C8D 

BRADLEY, TIM I MEBANE I , ,,„.,.. ,, 5 «, 

MFBANF HAN TO LEAD FIRE COMMISSION H 3 1/04/96 B 5 N 

nRADSHAW.^ANN R0MANCEi WE0 DING KEEPS IT ALL IN THE FAMILY H 2 10/26/86 E 6 P F 211 

BRAOSHAW. ASHLEY WATT (CREEDMOORI , ....... . , „ 

THREE ACCUSED OF SELLING MARIJUANA H 2 1/01/86 C 3 N 

POLICE CONFISCATE POT, CHARGE 3 WITH SELLING S 2 1/31/96 C 9 N 

BRAOSHAW, BOP IN.C. REPUBLICAN PARTY CHAIRMAN) -,„,,.. r , m 

RACE FOR N.C. JUDGESHIPS CALLED LIVELIEST IN HISTORY S 2 g/01/96 C 3 N 

STATE GOP CHAIRMAN OUESUONS »OSE LOANS FROM CAMPAIGN FUND H I 9/16/86 C 3 »l 

GOP CONTINUES TO ATTACK ROSE ABOUT LOANS FROM HIS CAMPAIGN H 2 9/19/96 C 4 N 

SANFOBD ASKS VOTERS FOR DEBATE QUESTIONS S 2 '/l?/"6 * * p N , 

ROSE SHOULD OPEN RECORDS OR RESIGN, GOP LEADER SAYS H 2 10/01/96 B * N 

GOP CHAIRMAN SAYS PARTY TO SEEK ROSE PROBE H 2 10/15/86 8 3 N 

BRAOSHAW HAS RESIGNED AS GOP CHAIRMAN S 2 11/29/96 C 2 N 

CONSERVATIVE MEETING COULD SIGNIFY STATF GOP OIVISION H 2 12/13/86 A 10 N 

BRAOSHAW, HERBERT HENDRICK ICHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEDI ,,,,-,,.. r M. n 

OBITUARY H 2 12/23/86 C 6 

BRAOSHAW, RONALD r -, M ... m . , D M T a c 

ricco TDACwct: TwTn niiRHAM B 1 1 s I SI F S s S 2 12/19/96 A 1 P N T85 



GOVERNOR REMOVES 2 EMC MEMBERS BEFORE CONTROVERSIAL VOTE TOMORROW S 2 9/10/86 C 3 N 

TWO OEMOCRATS OUSTED FROM ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION H 2 9/1 1/86 « 

BRAOSHAW IS BACK ON COMMISSION H f ,?vJl/oS r 2 N 

PANEL SOUGHT TO OVERSEE STATE BUILDING S 2 }}/}8/"6 C 4 N 

NEW STATE BUILDING COMMISSION URGED H ? 11/19/86 All N 

BRAOSHAW, WILLIE , ,,..,,, n , „ w r , . 

NCHSAA SET TO BEGIN TWO-YEAR DRUG PROGRAM H 2 7/10/86 1 P N C 36 



BRAOSHER, DEL0RE5 

2 OOCTOPS, 2 NURSES SUED OVER DEATH 



3 3/01/36 C 1 N 



HILLSBOROUGH MAN FILES SUIT AGAINST HOSPITAL S 2 3/03/B6 C 6 N 

BRAOSHER, EL°ERT CESAR (HENDERSON! (OECEASEDI .„„,., n 

OBITUARY H 2 12/21/86 C 2 

BRAOSHER, JACK I H I LL S BOROUGHI (DECEASEDI .,,„,., . . n 

OBITUARY H 2 12/22/86 d 8 r) 

BRAOSHER, MONTE JAMES (MEBANEI (OECEASEDI „,„„. „ „ „ 

BULLET KILLS MAN NEAR GRAHAM H 2 l|/2'/BJ ? ? 2 

OBITUARY ■ H 2 12/23/86 L 6 U 

BRADSHER. NANNIE HESTER (ROXBOROI (OECEASEDI ,/,„/«« « p n 

NANNIE HESTER BRADSHER, 101 H 2 1/20/96 AH u 

BRADSHER, STEWART D. (CASWELL CO. I , ,,„=/„. B s N 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION » } |^2/2? I i u 

ONLY 2 RACES DECIDED IN CASWELL OEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES H 1 5/08/86 8 3 N 

RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL " J l'A\',ll I u 

CASWELL COUNTY VOTERS RE-ELECT SHERIFF SMITH H I 6/05/96 B 1 N 

BRAOSHER, WALLACE JR. I BUTNE» I , , ,,.,,,, r . u 

BUTNER MAN CHOSEN ECU'S CADET OF MONTH S 2 5/13/86 C 6 N 

BRADY, DAVID IUNC STUDENTI ,„,,,, . 7 hi 

RUNOFF VOTE HELD FOR UNC PRESIDENT S 2 2/19/86 J J [J 
UNC STUDENT PRESIDENT PICKED IN RUNOFF 



2/19/86 B 1 N C04 



BRADY, GARY (ASHEVILLEI (DECEASED) ._...., u , ,,/,rwc . o o Ki 

TWO PFOPLE KILLED IN CRASH OF SINGLE-ENGINE AIRPLANE H 2 12/20/56 A 9 ° N 

BRADY, JOHN LEF (JACKSON) , , ,/».,.. r I u 

POLICE: CHASE BRINGS TRAFFIC CHARGES S 2 7/04/86 C 1 N 

3KADY, SUSAM A. (WINSTON-SAL-MI „,„,,, , . ,, 

CAR, CHRISTMAS STOLEN £ f J?/?w§2 r i? u 

WOMAN HAS FREE FLIGHT TO GET CAR ....,,.. II WAV, A . A u 

N.C. WOMAN RECEIVES 1300 GIFT SO SHE CAN RETRIEVE STOLEN CAR H 2 12/12/86 A 24 N 

BR4Gr 'E0GERT0N! W MCCnRKLE OPEN TWIN 'JILL AT DURHAM COUNTY LIBRARY H 2 1/12/86 3 U H45 

CAROLINA WREN PRESS TO CELEBRATE ON WEDNESDAY S 2 6/26/86 12 N 

BRAGG, TYSON „ u . ,/n^/n^ o 1 w 

NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GPAMVILLE RACES " 1 |<°?';5J ? J S 

CURRIN HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE RACE JJ J lo2Z<5? S ! m 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLF IN GRANVILLE COUNTY H 1 5/09/86 B 1 N 

BRA1BANTI, RALPH . u , ,/,^/o^ a a u nan 

ISLAMIC STUDIES PROGRAM AT DUKE TO AWARD GRANTS H 2 1^^/86 A 9 N 

0UKE B pSlIT1CAL E SCIENTIST J i1 NAMED HEAD OF PAKISTAN STUDIES INSTITUTE H 2 2/IV86 B 5 N n 8 

OUKE SENDING 10 FROM SOUTHEAST TO JORDAN f f ¥,W,lt r i u 

DUKE PROF: U.S. FOCUS NARROW ON ARABS 5 2 ^ /i I/St n 7 u 

LECTURE SERIES INTENDED TO BROADEN KNOWLEDGE OF ARAB WORLD H | 9/9/86 D 7 N 

OUKE PROFESSOR TO PRESIOE AT CONVOCATION H 2 9/19/86 A 10 N 

BR " KE FAMILY H FARM'S 1 ROAD TO SUCCESS TAKES DETOUR TO EQUIPMENT SALE S 2 4/03/86 A 9 P N 

BRAME" RECEIVES ROTARY AWARD H 2 4/30/86 A 11 P P S76 

9RAME, JAMES BALLARD JR. u , ,„,,,,, n ) 3 P r. 

OOSSIER: J. B. BRAME H 2 3/16/86 13 P G 



BRAMIGK, FRED W. 

SOUTHERN LOSES PRINCIPAL 
READ PROCLAMATION CLOSELY 



2 6/30/96 A 4 L 
2 7/22/86 A 4 L 



BRAMIGK, SUSAN u -, ,„„,, . 

READ PROCLAMATION CLOSELY H 2 """"> » 

BRANCH, DALLAS 0. SR. 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/16 



DOSSIER: DALLAS D. BRANCH SR. 

BRANCH. HERSCHELL 

MAN SHOT AT HARDEE'S DIES; "LPDER CHARGED FILED 
VICTI-'S WIFE, HER BROTHER CHARGED IN SHOOTING HEATH 
2 INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES 

BRANCH. JOSEPH 

N.C. FREEZES JUDGE SEATS 

CHIEF JUSTICE ORDERS SLOWDOWN IN HIRING 

N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE TO RETIRE 

N.C. Chief justic c branch to 'E'IRE in September 

JUDGE ELECTION METHOD CHALLENGED 

EXUM SAYS HE WANTS ChIEF JUSTICE'S JO" 

BRANCH SHOWS CLASS IN OECIDING TJ RFTIRF 

EXUM NOMINATED FOR CHIEF JUSTICE 

GOP TEAM PROMISES VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN FOR SUPRE M E CCU°T 

WHICHARP UNRUFFLED BY MARTIN'S CHOICE OF REPUBLICAN JUDGES 

N.C. HIGH COURT APPOINTEES KEEPING SEATS IS GOP GOAL 

BRANCH RE M E"BERS FEARING first oay ON COURT 

DEMOCRATS' 'MERIT' JUDICIAL PLAN A SHAM 

BRANCH. KIP B. 

NCCU PROFESSOR REPORTER AT MEETING 

"RANCH, LECN 

2 SHOT IN FAST-FOOD RESTAURANT 

VICTIM'S WIFE. HER BROTHER CHARGED IN SHOOTING DEATH 

"RANCH, RICHARD E. I YOUNGSV IL LE ) 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S RACE DRAWS CANDIDATES 

FOUR PE"0CRATS. ONE REPJELICA'I FILE FOR FRANKLIN SHERIFF 

FOUR DEMOCRATS IN PRIMARY FOR FRANKLIN COUNTY SHERIFF 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF CANDIDATES' PHOTOS MIXED 

JOHNSON LEADING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 

JOHNSON WINS FRANKLIN SHERIFF PRIMARY 

BRANCH, TARSHA 0. 

TWO MEN ARE SHOT AT HARDEE'S 
2 SHGT IN FAST-FOOD RESTAURANT 

victim's wife, her brother charged in shooting death 
branch, Thomas rev. 

GULLEY FOES LEVEL NE - CLAIM 

MAYOR: AIDS CENTER CLAIMS APE BIZARRE 

A VICIdUS CHARGE 

RECALL AFFIOAVIT 

GULLEY BLASTS GROUPS AFTER RECALL EFFORT FAILS 

PETITION DRIVE FOP RECALL OF MAYOR FALLS SHORT 

"RANOON, bFRNARD KIRK 

ARREST MADE IN ASSAULT 

BRANDON, DEBBIE 

CALL-IN SERVICE HANDLES PARENTING PROBLFMS 

BRANDON, DIANE ICHAPEL HILLI 
MARK NIELSEN A SCAPEGOAT 

BRANDON, LYMAN MILLIARD IATLANTIC ST.) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BRANDON, RICKY 

BRANOON'S SERIES BOWLS 'E* OVER 

BRANDON, TnNY 

Chase BEGINS AFTER CAR HITS PEDESTRIAN; SUSPECT SOUGHT 
MAN ARRESTED ON HIT-AND-RUN. CHASE CHARGES 

BRANOT, STEPHEN OR. 

DUKE OOCTOR'S GRANT COULD TOTAL $600,000 
DUKE RESEARCHER WINS GRANT 

"RANNOCK, KATHLEEN FREEMAN IBURLINGTONI (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

3RANNGN, ANTHONY 

SENTENCE OVERTURNED ON NUMBER OF CHARGES 

REFUSAL TO TESTIFY NETS PRISON SENTENCE 

BONO SET AT 1100,000 FOR MAN =ACING SECONO ASSAULT TRIAL 

JUROR CITED FOR CONTEMPT GETS APOLOGY 

JUDGE BRANI.ON OWES CAPY JURPR AN APOLOGY 

CONSCIENTIOUS JURORS DESERVE JUDGES' RESPECT 

MAN CHARGED -ITH ASSAULT PLACED ON PROBATION 

JURORS, NOT CPIMJNALS. SUBJECT OF HUNT 

CONVICTED PERUVIAN WANTS U.S. BARS LIFTED 

PERUVIAN, EX-SOCCER PLAYER LOSES RESIDENT ALIEN BID 

"RANNON, GEJPGE 
GRANVILLE 
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1/09/57 



IN, GEU°GE 

.RANVILLE, VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE facing NO OPPOSITION. 
IENATOKS HUNT, WALKER PACE ItTH DISTRICT WITH &'* OF VOTE 
ASWELL VOTERS GIVE DANIEL NOMINATION TO STATE SENATE 



BRANTLEY, PENNY ILDUIS?U»GI 

ONE MAN KILLED, ONE WOUNDED NE A' LOUSIBURG 

BRANTLEY, JEFFREY DR. 

FAIR Tu TEACH COPING WITH STR r SS 



BRANTLEY, JOH 
ROU PANE 
RDU GROW 
WHAT'S I 
RCU TRYl 
GENERAL- 
CONTRACT 
AIRPORT 
NEW RUNW 
PORT GRC 
PERSON T 
FAA MAY 

i ''•":■ • 

AIRLINE 

RUNWAY B 
RDU AIRP 
MANAGFME 
PRIVATE- 
PORT CF 
RDU MAY 
ROU ADVI 
HIGHER, 

RDU BOA 

GATEWAY 

3 TO LEA 
AIRLINE 



N 

L TO CONSIDER SELLING LAND FOR HOTEL 

TH TAKES OFF 

N A NAME? DURHA" 

NG TO REMEDY PROBLEMS AFFECTING PRIVATE, CHARTER AIRCRAFT 

AVIATION FLIERS ASK S°ACE, SIGNS 

FOR SITE TESTING APPROVED FQR RDU 
WORK BIOS TOTAL 132 MILLION 
AY NO JOKE FOR UNSUSPECTING PILOT 
u JO KFF.I WITH CUSTOMS OFFICIAL 
SEEK FEDERAL AIRPORT ORANT 
STUDY ROU RUNWAYS 

AUTHORITY GETS DETAILS ^U HUB MULTIPURPOSE Building 
RAPS DISTANCE BETWEEN ROU RUNWAYS 
ARB C CUE ATTRACTS OFFICIALS 

ORT PANEL ENOORSES MO' E ACTIJN AT NORTH RAMP 
NT OF PRIVATE-PL ANE A'EA TO BE TIGHTENED 
PLANE PILOTS TO GET HDRE ROOM AS AIRPORT GROWS 
DURHAM STAFF GR"wTH D=PEN0S ON USE 
CFF=S INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS 
SER TO HELP LAND LONDON FLIGHT 

PRETTIER RDU SECURITY WALL TO COST UNEXPECTED $516,000 EXTRA 
OKS PAY RAISES 

CAMPAIGN GE T S $100,000 FROM ROU 
ROU LONDON-FLIGHT BID 
MAKES TOKYO ONE STOP FROM RDU 



DATE 
3/05/86 



H 2 B/0B/B6 B 1 
S 2 8/03/66 A 11 
H 2 11/16/86 C 2 



N M51 

N 

N 



l/2t/°6 A 
1/22/86 B 
6/21/36 A 
6/22/86 C 
6/22/36 C 
6/25/36 A 
6/3D/»6 A 
7/13/86 C 
3/02/86 A 
3/13/86 C 
8/16/86 C 
9/03/86 A 
11/16/B6 A 



1 P N ASA 



3/l9/»6 C 1 



8/07/86 
3/03/86 



H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 



l'D8/86 B 

2/05/B6 S 

4/29/36 C 

4/3-V56 C 

5/07/86 C 

5/08/36 a 



H 2 8/07/86 B 1 
S 2 8/07/86 C 1 
S 2 8/08/B6 A 11 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



8/02/86 
3/0>/86 
8/07/86 
8/07/86 
8/03/86 
8/09/86 



P N 



X35 
S51 



H 2 6/23/86 All N 

S 2 3/12/»6 B 1 P N G59 

H 2 6/06/86 A A L 



H 2 7/17/86 b 2 
H 2 7/18/86 C 4 



H 2 12/21/86 U 



2 9/01/36 C 
? 9/03/86 A 



H 2 5/20/86 DAN 080 
S 2 5/20/86 C 1 N 



H 2 1/31/86 A 10 



H ? 


1/01/86 C 


1 


N 




H / 


1/03/86 B 


1 


N 


SB/ 


H I 


1/14/36 C 


? 


N 




H / 


4/06/36 C 


1 


N 




H / 


4/09/36 A 


4 


F 




s » 


4/09/36 A 


4 


f 




H ? 


6/04/36 D 


4 


N 




S 1 


9/04/36 C 


3 


N 




H ? 


12/09/36 A 


1 


N 


S32 


H 2 


12/19/86 B 


1 


N 


SB/ 



H 1 2/04/e6 C 3 N 046 
H 3 5/07/36 C 1 N 046 
H 1 5/03/36 B 1 N 046 



h I 3/05/86 3 I 



S 2 10/03/36 A ION "06 



H 


2 


2/07/86 


A 


14 




N 


M97 


H 


2 


2/16/86 





1 


p 


F 


C 19 


H 


2 


2/16/86 


: 


1 


p 


F 


C19 


H 


2 


2/19/86 


B 


6 




N 


M97 


S 


2 


2/19/36 


C 


1 




N 


W8'' 


H 


2 


3/05/66 


A 


17 




N 




S 


2 


3/05/86 


A 


Q 




N 


W82 


s 


2 


4/02/36 


C 


I 


p 


N 


J82 


s 


2 


4/26/36 


A 


q 




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W82 


H 


1 


5/06/86 


c 


i 




N 


S80 


s 


2 


5/03/86 


c 


4 




N 


W8' 


H 


2 


6/U4/86 


b 


3 





N 


M97 


s 


2 


6/12/86 


A 


1 




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W82 


s 


2 


6/19/B6 


c 


1 




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W8? 


H 


2 


7/02/86 


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5 


p 


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097 


s 


2 


7/U2/R6 


c 


1 




N 


W82 


s 


2 


7/07/R6 


c 


1 




*J 


W82 


s 


2 


7/3-V36 


A 


1 




N 


W82 


s 


2 


7/31/66 


A 


1 




H 


W32 


s 


2 


9/03/86 


A 


1 




N 


WB2 


H 


2 


9/17/86 


c 


1 


p 


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M97 


H 


2 


9/17/86 


c 


1 




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H 


2 


9/17/86 


c 


1 




N 




s 


2 


9/17/86 


c 


1 




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10/01/36 


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b40- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAKE 4 7 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/0-5/B7 

S I T 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

AIRPORT MANAGFRS SLATE CONFERENCE H 2 10/02/86 6 7 N 

MOVE PRESERVED RDU'S B 1 FOR LONDON FLIGHTS S 2 10/15/86 A 1 N W82 

DESPITE FEINT. RDU VYING FOR SERVICE H 2 10/16/86 8 1 •> N "97 

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT OPENS DOOR FOP 2 GATEWAYS H 2 10/22/86 B 2 P N 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY MEETS MINORITY, WOMEN GOALS H 2 10/22/86 B 2 N "97 

ROU CHANCES CLIMB FOR LONDON FLIGHTS S 2 10/22/86 A 5 N W8 1 

GIE MOVES PLANES TO PERSON AIRPORT S 2 10/27/86 A 1 N W82 

AIRPORT AUTHOPITY WANTS TO IMPROVE INTERSECTION S 2 11/05/86 C 1 N W32 

SIDING DELAYS FOR TERMINAL I R< ROU AIRPORT OFFICIALS S 2 12/03/86 C I N W8? 

RDU'S COMPETITION FOR LONDON FLIGHT BANKS ON TRIANGLE H 2 12/17/86 CAN 

FLIGHTS FROM RDU AIRPORT TAKE OFF S 2 12/17/66 C 1 N W82 

HARD HATS GATHER AT AIRPORT S 2 12/18/86 C 1 P P "66 

ROU OFFICIALS OENY REPORT A80U T GATEWAY S 2 12/22/P.6 A 1 P N W82 

RRANTLEY, RICHARD 

N.C. INOEPENDFNT AGFNTS PONDER OWN INSURANCE FIRM S 2 9/26/86 A 16 N 

INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS MAY FORM THEIR OWN COMPANY H 2 9/28/86 D 14 N 

RRASWELL, CRAIG 

WHILE THE GENERALS NEGOTIATE, WEARY SOLDIER SWELTERS AND WAITS H 2 A/28/86 C 1 P N P38 

BRASWELL. FLAKE 

CHURCH RUNS AFOUL OF U.S. CHILO-LABOR LAWS H 2 A/28/86 BAN 

BRASWELL, FRED III 

ALA. PANELIST PUSHES M .C . FOR LANDFILL S 2 9/09/86 C 10 N 

RRASWELL, JIM REV. 

MINISTER SPEAKS OUT AGAINST KL AN H 2 8/29/86 A 14 N 

BRASWELL, JOHN H. REV. 

NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GRANVILLE RACES H 1 2/05/B6 B 1 N 

CHALLENGERS FOR GRANVILLE BOARD CRITICIZE COURTHOUSE RENOVATION H 1 A/17/86 B 1 N SBO 

CURRIN HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE RACE H 1 5/07/86 C 1 N 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY H I 5/08/86 B 1 N 

RUNOFFS: THREE SCHEDULED IN GRANVILLE H 1 5/13/86 B 1 N 

CHALLENGER WINS SHERIFF'S ELECTION IN GRANVILLE COUNTY H 2 6/0A/86 C 3 N 

GRANVILLE COUNTY ELECTS EX-OEPUTY AS SHERIFF OVER INCUMBENT CURRIN H 1 6/0A/86 A 1 N 046 

BRASWELL, KEVIN IHOPKINS ST.) 

SECURITY GUARD IS CHARGEO H 2 3/23/86 C 1 N 

BRASWELL, MAURICE (JUDGEI 

JUSTICES, JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION H 2 2/0A/86 DAN 

BRASWELL. MIKE IEVERGREEN ST. I 

SECURITY GUARD IS CHARGED H 2 3/23/86 C 1 N 

RRASWELL. ROLAND C. 

CHURCH DISMISSES PASTOR; NEW CHURCH IS FORMED S 2 1/06/86 C 1 N HO 1 

RRASWELL, SHEILA 

POLICEMAN HURT IN TWO-CAR CRASH H 2 12/02/86 BAN 

DURHAM POLICEMAN BACK ON JOB S 2 12/02/86 C 5 N 

RRATCHER, BUCK 

BROKERS SAY STOCKS' PLUNGE NO TRENO S 2 7/10/P6 C 1 N W82 

PLANNING CAN PREVENT HOLIDAY DEBT S 2 12/03/86 A 1 N W8? 

BRAICHER, RONNIE 

MAN WITH HATCHET HELD IN ASSAULT S 2 5/10/86 A 5 N 

RRAUER, ERNEST 

TIME TELLS COUPLE'S PLIGHT IN LETTER TO OURHAM LAWYER H 2 9/07/86 C 1 M P38 

TOUCHING LETTER BRINGS 'ROYALTIES' TO NORLINA COUPLE WHO LOST FARM H 2 9/10/86 C 1 P N S80 

OF PAIN AND SNICKERS H 2 9/16/86 A A E 

BRAUER, MARGIE 

TIME TELLS COUPLE'S PLIGHT IN LETTEP TO DURHAM LAWYER H 2 9/07/B6 C 1 N »38 

TOUCHING LETTER BRINGS 'ROYALTIES' TO NORLINA COUPLE WHO LOST FARM H 2 9/10/86 C 1 " N S80 

OF PAIN ANO SNICKERS H ' 9/16/86 A A E 

BRAHLEY, CHARLES HARIOT IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 12/28/86 C 2 

RRAXTON, JIM 

8 UNC STUDENTS, 1 EMPLOYEE ARRESTED IN APARTHEID PROTEST H 2 11/21/86 A 1PM L 90 

UNC SHANTY TO»N OOWN, 13 ARRESTED S 2 11/21/86 A 1 N X50 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES LOOGED AGAINST PROTESTERS H 3 12/05/86 B 1 N W27 

BRAXTON, JIM (DECEASEUI 

A REAL TRAGEDY: FATE--NOT CHOI CE--T AK E S FORMER STAR S 2 7/30/86 D 1 U n(8 

BRAXTON, RICHARD 

EARLIER RULING AFFIRMEU ON EXCLUDING JURORS » 1 6/0A/R6 C 1 N 

RKAY, CARLTON (ROXPOROI 

ROX»ORO MAN CHARGED WITH INDETENT LIBERTIES H 2 7/13/86 C 5 N 

MAN ARRFSTEO FOP ASSAULT H 1 7/29/B6 B 1 N 

BRAY. WILLIAM IESCAPED PRISONER! 

MURDER TRIAL MOVED TO BUNC OMB" COUNTY H 2 5/06/86 A N 

AGENT SAYS TWO "EN'S PRINTS FOUND ON SLAIN OFFICER'S CAR H 2 5/17/86 A 1A N 

MAN CONVICTED OF MURDERING S T» TE TROOPER H 2 5/20/86 A 12 N 

BRAY RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCE FDR MURDER OF STATE TROOPER H 2 5/22/86 DAN 

BRAY SENTENCED TO LIFE -93 YEARS FOR SLAYING S 2 5/22/86 C e N 

RIOS SAYS HIS COMPANION KILLED HIGHWAY PATROLMAN H 2 8/19/86 B 3 N 

JURY FINDS RIDS GUILTY OF STATE TPODPFR'S MUEDE° S 2 8/21/86 A 1 N 

JURY CONVICTS PRISON ESCAPEE OF KILLING HIGHWAY PAT=OLMAN H 2 8/22/86 CAN 

MAN GETS LIFE TERM FOR KILLINS TROOPER H 2 8/23/P6 ABM 

RRAYNARD, MOELLE 

OF DANCERS, LAND, FEET, HANDS H 2 10/2A/86 D 10 P R G68 

BRA2Y, JANE DR. 

BRAIN HEMORRHAGING PROBLEMS OF PREMATURF BABIES UNDER STUDY H 2 8/27/86 B 5 M D80 

BREATHEO, BERKE 

CLEARING THE RECO»0 H 2 2/11/86 A 2 N 

BRECKENRIUGE. JEAN 

UNIQUE COURSE SPREADS H C ALTH S 2 7/23/B6 B 1PM S27 

HOME CARE WEEK OBSERVED H 2 12/2"/86 A A L 

RREEDLOVE, JAMES H. 

POLICE CHARGE 5 MEN WITH GAMBLING S 2 3/05/86 C 1 N 

DREEZE, MARY LENA I HI LL SBOR OUGH I IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H ? A/01/B6 C ? 

BREITSCHWERDT • EDWARD DR. I NC SU 1 

CAMPERS SHOULD RESPECT ANIMAL 1 : S 2 7/03/86 - 6 F S2T 

RREITWEISER, SHEILA (N.C.M.H., HOSPITAL SCHOOL) 

BOARD READY TO ALTER BUS OR I V= R POLICY H 3 1/23/86 C I M W27 

SUPPLEMENTAL PAY INCREASED F01 CITY SCHOOL TEACHERS H 3 A/23/86 C 1 N 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



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BOARD TO STUDY REORGANIZING SCHOOL GRADES 
TOO 



ORELSFORD, GREGG 

FETUS HAS RIGHTS 



3KENNAN, WILLIAM J. 

WORDS OF WARNING 

BRENNER, RICH 

WTVD SPORTS DIRECTOR. BRENNER, FIRED 
WHAT HAPPENED TO BRENNER? 
RACING COVERAGE POOR 

BRENT, RCfa=RT A. OR. 

SCIENTIST: LINKING LAB TESTS TQ HUMANS NOT c A SY 

"RESCIA, MATTHEW RICHARO -MATTY- |"E"?»IS| (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BRESSLER. BERNARD DR. 

SUITS NAME FORMER DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

BROOIE PREDICTS DIS"ISSJL OF SUIT AGAINST HIM 

BRODIE: SEX- wl TH-PAT IENT S COMPLAINTS PROBED 

BRODIE SATS NEWS REPORTS MISOJOTED him 

DUKE TRUSTEES CHAIRMAN SUPPORTS BRODIE IN SUIT 

BOARD PROBES CO-PLAINTS VS. EX-DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

REPORT: N.C. BOARD INVESTIGATING 3RESSLER 

BROOIE DEPOSITION SAYS BRESSLEH'S PATIENTS ISOLATED 

EX-OUKE NURSES: OFFICIALS SAI"I OBEY MEDICINE ORDERS 

REPORT: NURSES CO"PLAlNED ABOUT 3RESSLER 

UNFAIR TO DR. BRESSLER 

DUKE TRUSTEES PONDER BRESSLER SUIT 

OUKE "U" ON BRESSLER SUITS AF'ER 35-MINUTF BCARP MEFTING 

SUIT SEEKS DU<E DRUG-USE ACCOUNTING 

PAPERS PILE? IN BRESSLER LAWSJIT CLAIM ILLEGAL DRUGS ADMINISTERFD 

JUDGE TO HEAR MOTIONS IN LAWSUIT AGAINST FCRMFR DUKE PSYCHIATRIST 

DOCTOP: TREATMENT CAUSED Insanity 

BPESSLER SUIT CHALLENGES REJECTED 

JUDGE TO RULE THIS WEEK ON PU< E SUIT 

ACCUS'TICiS ARE RIDICULOUS 

JUDGE SAYS TIME RAN OUT ON SUIT AGAINST BRESSLEP 

LAWYERS DISAGREE ON OUKE SUIT 

APPEAL DROPPED IN SUIT AGAINST EX-DUKE DOCTOR 

LAWYERS TO ATTACK SUIT'S DISMISSAL 

LAWYERS REDIRECT ATTACK ON DISMISSAL OF bRESSLEP SUIT 

BRE-ER. BERHICE 

WRONGFUL-SEARCH LAWSUIT SETTLED 

BREWER, Charles iashevillei 

HELMS SAYS HE WILL REPLACE U.S. ATTORNEYS 
PROJECT WESTVOTE Tally: 40 CONVICTIONS 

BREWER, OEBORAH s UF 

DEPUTIES ARREST PAIR IN BANK-MACHINE ThFFT 
ARREST LEADS TO CHARGES IN RALEIGH 

RREwER. HAROLD MARTIN 

NE„ PRINCIPAL APPOINTED AT WILLIAMS HIGH SCHOOL 

BREWER, KEITH OS. 

2 DPCTuFS, 2 NURSES SUED OVER DEATH 
HILLSBOROUGH "AN FILES SUIT AGAINST HOSPITAL 

PREwER, KENYATTA 

POLICE ZEBRA UNIT MAKES 122 ARRESTS 

»REW=8, PA-ELA FAISON 11985 N.C. TEACHER OF YEAR) 

T ^ RE .f, PERSQ '' RESIDENTS TO BF HONORED AT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'S BANQUET 

HONORED BY R0X80R0 CHAMBER 

PERSON TtACHER SELECTED TO ATTEND NATIONAL fqp.um 



BREWER, ROBc°T HELVIN 
OBITUARY 



BURLINGTON) IDECEASEOI 



BRFWINGTON, JA-ES ALLEN 
VCR, STFREU STOLEN 

BREXLER, OTTO "BUS" (CHAPEL HILL) (DECFASEDI 

OTTO BREXLER, 59, SECURITY DIRECTOR AT N.C. MEM 

RRICEY, ROBERT 

BBICKEY. LESTER HEAD ALL-STAT= 
BRICK C Y PLAYER OF YEAR 
BRICkEy'S DECISION DUE frioay 
HY STEP I A 
BPICKEY ENDS WAIT, ChOOSES n UKE 

blue devils lano robe°t brick5y 

east-west stars include several notably ;°s c n t 

robert prickey, tommy amakep, 4. help duke... 

"rickhouse. steven allan iraleigh) 

man is sentenced for °ank shooting 

8rickh0use. susan iraleighi 

man is sentenced for bank shooting 

bridge, wilhel u cNia canty 

DOSSIER: WILHEL M ENIA canty BRIDGE 

BRIDGER3. "ICKEy 

FANFARE: 3RIDGERS TOP COACH 

BRIOGERS, POONEY (WILSON CO.) 

FARM CRISIS 3REAKING FAMILY TIES TO THE LAND 

BR! DGES, BP IAN KEITH 

FUMES -FPO" CAR ENGINE KILL WOMAN 

BRIOGES, DONNY 

THESE BAIL BONDSMEN GET THEIR MAN 

PRIOGES, DORP THY 

GARDEN EVOKES POIGNANT "E''GCI"S 

BRIOGES, HAROLD DEAN ICHAKLOTTE) 

CHARLOTTE MAN HELD IN ROBBE»I=S 

CHARLOTTE MAM CHARGEO WITH ARMED ROBBERIES 

BRIOGES, JIM (ELUAB C TH CITYI 

IS EFFICIENCY TOP PRIORITY? 

RRIDGES. RAYMONO C. -RAY" (OFCEASEO) 
BIKE WRECK KILLS BRIDGES 
MOTORCYCLE w,ECK KILLS - AN 
POLICE SAY BIKE HIT CAR, CAUGHT FIRE 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/Rb 



BRIDGES. THOMAS C. I W IN STON-S AL EM I 

SCHOOL PADDLING LEADS TO ASSAULT CHARGE 

BRIGGAMAN, IPENE 

AFTFR 2 1/2 YFARS. TEEN CENTE" STILL KEEPS 'HEA" ABOVE HATER* 
CAREER INFORMATION CENTER GU IT E S STUDENTS AT CHAPEL HILL HIGH 

GRIGGS. ANDY 

SHADOWS OF DROMGOOLE 

BRIGGS. DELANO 

PATENTLY RIDICULOUS 

BRIGGS. ED IWOOD CARVER! 

• I MAKE EOHLS TO PE USED.' 

BRIGGS. LAFAYETTE LARRY 

OURHAM DEPUTY TAKES COURSE ON INSTRUCTION 

SHERIFF'S MAJ. LOVE TO RETIRE: LEARY ANNOUNCES NINE PROMOTIONS 

BRIGGS, MARION COLUMBUS (DECEASE01 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

"RIGHT. BARBARA 

FASHION SHOW WILL HAVE FLASHY CLOTHES 

BKILEY. EVANGELINE 

BRILEY WIDOW PROTESTS EXECUTION 

BRILEY, JA»ES DAVID (PRISON ESCAPEE! 
BRILEY WIDOW PROTFSTS EXECUTION 

"RILL. BILL 

LEFTY SUkELY DOWN. BUT NOT OUT AT MARYLANO 

PROMISE OF SPRING BRINGS SEAS3N OF LITERARY ACTION 

BRIM, JA"ES 

AFTER ALL IS SAID. MARYLAND IS THE ONLY ONE TO PICK IN THF ACC 
HAKE'S BRIM HAS MANY FACES 
JUNKIN. FENNEP UNANIMOUS PICK* 

BRINCEFIELD, w. F. I w INSTON-S AL EM I 

WINSTON-SALEM POLICE OFFICER HIT BY GUNSHOT 

BRINE. GEORGE A. 

AN INCONSISTENT ARGUMENT 

BRINER, BETTY (KEY VOLUNTEER) 

FAIR NEEDS BOO TO HELP OTHERS STAY HEALTHY 

BRINER. WILLIAM 

N.C. RANKED FIRST FOR LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE DUMP 

STATE TO CHALLENGE RANKING F07 WASTE DU"P 

TAR HEELS GET NUCLEAR BLOW 

N.C. VOTED SITE FOR NUCLEAR DUMP 

TAR HCELS PROTEST DUMP SITE 0=CISTON 

DISCUSS DUMP SITE 

COMPACT'S DECISION LACKED COM-ON SENSE 

N-GROUP MEMBER CITES MISQUOTE 

WASTE COMPACT PULLOUT PENALTIES SHOULD BE STIFF 

BRINKLEY, EDNA ALFORO (DECEASEni 
OBITUARY 

BRINKLEY. FRANCES 

DOSSIER: FRANCES BRINKLEY 

BRINKLEY, WOODS 

TFNNIS WINNERS 

BRISTOL. ALMA V. (MORGANTON! 
CORNY ADVERTISEMENTS 

RRITE. MARGARET ANN (OECEASEO) 

MARGARET BRITE. EX-OIRECTOK 

BRITT, BETSY BRACY (CHAPEL HILLI 
1763,617 JUDGMENT OVERTURNED 

BRITT, BILLY B. (CHAPEL HILLI 

$761,617 JUDGMENT OVERTURNED 

BRITT, E. A. 

BRITT TRIAL FOR EMBEZZLEMENT BEGINS 
FORMER STATE AFL-CIO PRESIDENT SENTENCED 

BRITT, EARL IJUDGEI 

JUDGE DELAYS NASH ELECTION TO H=AR DISCRIMINATION CHARGE 
FUND-RAISER RESTRICTIONS STRUCK DOWN 
CHARITY EUND-RAISERS SHOULD MAKE DISCLOSURE 
INVESTIGATORS PROHIBITED FROM QUIZZING WORKERS 

BRITT, EDDIE RAY (DECEASEDI 

GASTON JUDGE RULES WOMAN SHOT SON IN SELF DEFENSE 

BRITT, JEFF (TENNIS! 

HENRY'S RUN COMES TO HALT 
DAVIO-YFRUMO COLLECTS TITLE, 



NAMES 



PACE 49 
1/09/87 



•AY 'RETIRE' 



BRITT, JOE FREEMAN (DISTRICT ATTORNEY! 

PROSECUTOR LEADER IN WINNING DEATH SENTENCES 

BRITT, ROBERT DIXON 

1763.617 JUDGMENT OVERTURNED 

BRITT, KOBIU 

BRITT RUNNING AGAIN IN 6 TH DISTRICT 

JUSTICES, JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 

MOST OF II.C.'S CONGRESSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GRABS 

REAGAN'S TEXTILE VETO AFFECTING STATE PARTIES 

WILL 'REVOLVING UOOR ■ T"RN AGAIN IN 6TH DISTRICT RACE' 

TEXTILES, WATER PROJECT DOMINATE 6TH DISTRICT RALE 

COBLE AND BRITT SWAP LEADS IN 6TH 

6TH DISTRICT RACE REMAINS DEADLOCKED 

N.C. DEMOCRATS RECAPTURE Two SEATS IN U.S. HOUSE; 0"JC RACE UNDECIDED 

BRITT CALLS FOR RECOUNT IN GUIL c ORO RACE; HENDON LEAVES POLITICS 

OFFICIALS RFCHECKING COBLE'S 92-POINT LEAD 

COBLE RETAINS LEAO IN 6TH DISTRICT BUT BRITT PRESSES FOR FULL RECOUNT 

COBLE-bPITT RACE STILL UNCERTAIN 

DEMOCRATS 'LEARNEO HOW TO SWI y * AFTER 1984 nISASTFR 

GUILFORD BOARD DENIES BRITT BIO FOR VOTE RECOUNT 

BRITT PLANS TO APPEAL FOR 6T H OISTRICT VOTE KFCOUNT 

REPUBLICAN ATTORNEY SAYS 6 TH DISTRICT RACF may GO TO U.S. HOUSE 

BRITT RAISES QUESTION ON ABSENTEE BALLOTS 



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PAGt 50 
l/0°/»7 



HEARING IT BE HELD ON 6TH DISTRICT F L F C T I ON DISPUTE 

HEAPING BEGINS ON VOTE RECOUNT RSOUEST IN 6TH DISTRICT 

HEARING CONTINUES ON RECOUNT 

HUMAN ERROR EYE" IN CHANGING VOTE CDJNTS 

COBLE-BRITT 6TH DISTRICT RECUJNT ORDERED 

VOTE RECOUNT WON'T STOP BRITT' S CHALLFNGE 

BRITT HANTS OIFFERENT BALLOT CHECK 

COBLE PICKS UP TWO VOTES; RECOUNT CONTINUES 

A CHAO IS STILL A CHAD NO MA T T ER HOW MANy 

PARTIAL RECOUNT GIVES COBLE A 79-VOTE LEAD 

BRITT-COBLE RECOUNT COSTLY 

ELECTIUNS BOARC 10 CERTIFY CO^LE WIN 

ELECTIONS BOARD PLANS TO CE D TIFY COBLE WINNER 

UFITT'S RE'JUEST TO POSTPONE COBLE'S C EH T I F I C A T ION DENIEO 

JUDGE WON'T c LAY COBLE'S CERTIFICATION IN 6TH "ISTR1CT RACE 

COURTS REJuCT BRITT'S INJUNCTION REOUEsT 

C03LE DECLAREO WINNER BUT SUIT "ENOING 

BRITT IS GRANTEO JAN. 10 HEARING o r) RECOUNT BIO 

P°ICE IS TUP SPENOE' IN CONGRESSIONAL RACES 



BURNING SPIRIT 
BURNING SPIRIT 



RRITTAIN, CAROL 

FRU» TH= ASHES OF THEIR HOME CAME 

ORITTAIN, HOWARD 

FROM THE ASHES OF THEIR H"MC CAME 

BRITTON, M. D. (DJRHAM POLICE OFFICE'! 

WILLIAMS IS CHARGEO WITH SNATCHING PURSE 

P.RIZCNOINE. SHARON H. IROXRORO) 
TIPS Org HANDLING CITY HALL 
DON'T LITTER NATURE'S B C AUTY 

"ROACH. DAVID I WlNSTON-SSLFMI 

OOCTORS CURE TEEN'S HEART MALFUNCTION 

OROAPHURST. J. C. 

DUMPIfvG FEE A RIPOFE 

CITY LANDFILL FEE IS DOUBLE TAXATION 

BROADWAY, STAN 

N.C. STIIOENT LOANS RUCK NATIONAL TREND 

8ROA0WELL. w. JETHRO (0ECEASED1 

RETIRED DURHAM BANKER, 82. OIES 

W. JETHRO BROAOWELL. RETIRED WACHOVIA BANKER 

BROCK, ALEX K. 

REVIEW OF SCHOOL ELECTIONS TO MEAN MORE PAPFHWORK 
SHOULO A'.C. PRIMARY ELECTIONS BE "OVEO? 
VOTERS CAN ACCIDENTALLY CANCEL OUT THEIR OWN VUTES 
RULING ON PRIMARIES SEEN AFFECTING N.C. 
ELECTIONS BOARD MISFILEO COMPLAINT AU"UT FLIER 



BROCK , 



DOUG (LLAMA RANCHI 
C LLAMAS GAIN IN POPULARITY 



BROCK, MICHAEL A. 

LEJEUNE MARINE PLEADS GUILTY IN BOMB CASE 

BROCK, WILLIAM 

TEEN BUS DRIVERS CONCERN LA30 3 SECRETARY 
STUDY ON WORK FORCE SHOWS DANGERS AHEAO 

RROCKWELL, E°NEST EUGENE (CHAPEL HI LL I (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BRCCKWFLL, JAMES 

HOLE IN WALL LEADS TO JAIL 

■■RODERICK, JAMES RONALD (FORT MILL, S.C.I (DECEASED) 
TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON 1-26 

BROOHEAD, °L)R 

3R0DHEAO UNOER C 1RE BY L SU ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

BROOIE, DONALD ILOUISBURGI 

MAN CHARGED IN LOUISBURG SHOOTING 

"ROOIE, H. KEITH H. OR. 

CHANCELLOR POST TO BE LEFT VACANT 3Y OUKE'S BRODIE 
BROOIE WON'T FILL POSITION 



3R0OIE WON'T FILL POSITION 

ACC SCHOOLS INVITED TO JOIN STANCE ON ACAOE u IC STVNPAROS EOP A 

AFRIKANERS ARE CRAZY, BUT WHAT ABOUT US ALL' 

CDCit lur * r miv c 



THLETFS 




1' IttM LfU» C U"UJ-U^ ALLUJNI1NU 

PERS FILED IN BRESSLER LAWSUIT CLAIM ILLEGAL OR 
OGE 10 HEAR MOTIONS IN LAWSUIT AGAINST FuRMER D 
CTOR: TREATMENT CAUSED INSANITY 
D»ESSLE° SJIT CHALL C NCES REJCTFJ 
JUDGE TO RULE THIS WEEK ON DUKE SUIT 

ACADE U IC WORLD WELCOMES UNC PRESIDENT TO THE FOLD 
BRODI c : UNIVERSITIES' TIES WITH INDUSTRY MUST bE KEPT 
JUDGE SAYS TI»E RAN OUT ON SUIT AGAINST d'ESSLER 
lawyers DISAGREE ON DUKE SUM 
APF GROUP KICKS OFF MEMBERSHIP ORIVF 
CAkMEGIE PANEL ON ADOLESCENTS ADDS BROOIE 
DUKE U. HONORS MRS. SFMANS, C"LF 

BRCDIE, L1N0A (FRANKL INTONI 

WOMAN CHARGEO WITH MURDER 

BRODIE, MARK STAFFORn (LOUIS^URGI 

IEENS CHARGEO IN MOTORCYCLE TH E F T 5 

BR"UIE. STEVE 

THE IDIOCY OF HIGH-JUMPING 

°R~DIE. ThCMAJ LOUIS (SANFOROI (DECEASED! 



UGS ADMINISTERED 
UKE PSYCHIATRIST 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PO I » RYL 

RETIKFU PHARMACIST KILLED IN HOME H 2 12/19/86 C 13 D 

"RODY, CHA"L n TTE 

APPOINTMENT ANGERS GROUP s 2 6/06/86 A 13 J 

BROGOENi bLACKWELL M. JR. 

RE-FLFCT SON STEPHENS H J 4/24/86 A 4 L 

PROGOEN, ELILA 

DUKE RIPTH IS 2.000TH FOR YEAP S 7 12/19/86 C 1 N "8 C 

BROGDEN, jrE 

BROCOEN'S VIKINGS EYE PLAYOFFS S 2 8/22/86 D 7 o N "IS 

THE RIGHT PATH: S. GRANVILLE FINDS WINNING TRACK IINOtR JOF RRO&OEN H ' 10/21/86 C I " N 185 

"ROGOEN, MARY 

DURHAM VOTING PRECINCTS TO BE RFVISEU FOR NEW LAW S 2 2/21/86 A 1 N "06 

bOARD SEEKS COMMENTS ON PRECINCT BOUNDARIES H ? 2/22/86 A 6 N 

BROWN PLANS TO FILE ELECTION COMPLAINT S 2 5/08/86 A 1 P N X 1 5 

BROWN FAILS TO PRESENT COMPLAINT H 2 5/11/86 S 1 N 

RECALL: CAMPAIGN PEACHES INTO ALL CORNERS OF DURHAM H ? 7/20/86 A 1 N S51 

DURHAM HGPES POND VOTE WILL ATTRACT *0« TURNOUT S ? 11/J3/R6 A 1 N M06 

TURNOUT HEAVY IN DURHAM PRECTICTS S 2 11/U4/P6 A 1 ■> M 

RROGOEN, WILLIAM ORVILLE JR. 

HEARINGS BEGIN IN O'JKHAM POPN CASES S 2 1/15/86 C 1 N T85 

JUDGE ORDERS NARROWING OF OBSCENITY CHARGES H 2 1/16/86 B ] N S8? 

JUDGE RFJECTS ARGUMENT THAT PORN LAW IS INVALID S 2 */21/»6 C 1 N TB5 

JUDGE DELAYS PORN TRIALS S 2 6/10/"6 B 1 N T85 

* OBSCENITY TPIALS OELAYE" H 2 6/11/86 » 2 N 

PORN TRIALS POSTPONED S 7 9/15/86 C 1 N 

BROIL It SUSAN 

FIVE 'HERALD 1 WRITERS WIN CLUB'S PRIZES H 2 3/l6/°6 C 1 N 

DURHAM SUN WRITERS WIN PRESS CLUB AWARDS S 2 3/17/86 A 1 " N 

ROCKING DOWN THE RIVE" S 2 5/01/86 D 1 P F * 7 1 

RAFTING DOWN THF NOLICHUCKY S 2 5/15/86 1 T E fi 7 1 

GOODBYE SUMMER. HFLLU WORLD... BABY SEA TURTLES FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL S 2 9/Q't/l'b 1 " F "71 

STAC-VlLLt OPEN HOUSE A SUCCESS S 2 12/1'/R6 A A L 

RRONFENBRENNFR, "ARTIN 

EMPLOYERS' 'NEGATIVE SCREENING' IS WISE H 2 10/IVP6 A A L 

RkOOKHART, MORPIS 

ROXBORO TOLO IT HAS WATER CAPACITY TO SERVE PROPOSED CUGENTPIX PLANT H 1 3/13/"6 D 1 N S 80 

RROuKMEYER, POBBY 

JAZZMEN MAK C UP FOR MISSING H 2 2/25/36 6 5 R 5 66 

"ROOKS. AL"A CARTER (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 6/JR/86 C 7 O 

BROOKS. ANNE KEARNS (DECEASEDl 

OBITUARY H 2 1/J2/86 B ? 

OBITUARY H 2 1/03/86 C 8 n 

BKOOKS. BEN 

POLICE SEEKING SUSPECT IN FOOO LION ROBBERIES H 2 5/15/»6 A 17 p m 

brooks. ben jr. 

robrepy suspect arrfsteo in kansas h 2 7/03/r6 b 5 n 

fbi aprests uurham man in r0b''6rifs case s 2 7/03/86 a 5 n 

man indicted in april death s 2 3/10/86 c 1 n t88 

man arrested on rob»ery charges s 2 3/23/a6 r 1 n 

defendant in robberies gets 42-year sentence h 2 u/ll/86 c 1 n s82 

brooks, benny 

alamance county to get enhanced 9 11 system h i 9/10/°6 c 1 n h60 

brooks. christine i fa yf t t e v il l c i 

balloon covered 380 miles in 7 hours h 7 5/14/"6 a 1 •! 

brooks. oavi0 (granville c n . commissioner! 

granvillt county planning board to re established h 1 5/21/r6 c 1 'i s80 

rr n oks. david hughes 

police arrest man s 2 6/23/r6 c 1 n 

brooks. delray 

oelray brooks contacts state s 2 1/11/86 a 10 n 

''rooks, donald let (new london! 

former teacher facing charges h 2 3/21/86 3 5 n 

rrooks. edward f. dr. 

edward brooks appointed assistant vicf chancellor h 2 6/28/86 all n u80 

brqoks gets unc health affairs job s 2 6/23/86 a 13 n 

rrooks. frederick p. jr. or. 

unc to study command information systems for navy s 7 7/03/86 a 6 n 

brooks, jeanie ilumbertoni (deceased! 

man sentenced to death penalty slashes his wrist h 2 12/10/86 t 2 n 

"rooks, john c. (labor commissioner! 

what's that, mrs. n c al? you're a republican? h 2 6/11/86 c 1 p n « 5* 

n.c. changes trade-stcret rul c for health reasons h 2 6/15/°6 c 15 n 

senate committee votes to strip labor department of divisions h 2 7/10/86 c 9 n 

'right to know': du»ham che"ical. toxins law hailed as model for state s 7 7/21/p6 c 1 p j s3' 

brooks touts traditional work values h 2 9/01/86 c 3 p n 

16 jub-related elfc trocut i cns concern officials h 7 11/23/86 b 5 n 

brooks, mapvin alexanofr (deceased! 

wreck claims life s 2 11/0a/r6 b 1 n 

2 cars hit, kill chapel hill man h 7 u/js/86 ci" n 

obitu'ry h 2 11/06/r6 b 2 

obituary h 2 11/08/86 c 2 

"rooks, morris deal ideceasedi 

obituary h 2 7/06/86 c 7 

brooks, nannie m. ideceasedi 

OBITUARY H 7 9/25/86 H 7 o 

"ROJKS, PATRICIA 

TEACHER-MENTOR PROGRAM HAS SUCCESSFUL YEAR THANKS TO TRIO'S 'PLEND' H 2 10/ll/"6 B 3 P N W27 

"ROOKS. RANO (ACTOR) 

STAGVILLE HONORS 'GON= WITH THE WIND' ACTOR H 2 1U/21/R6 A 13 P U W66 

'GONE WITH WIND' STAR RANO "ROOKS VISITS DURHAM S 2 10/23/86 D 12 N 

"ROOKS, RAYMOND DDELL (SALISBORYI IDECFASEOI 

OBlTUiRY H 7 2/03/86 C 4 

BROOKS, STEVEN K. IELLENBOROI 

ELLENPORO MAN SUING DUKE POWER CO. H 3 6/23/86 C 1 N 



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"AGE '2 
1/00/57 



RUTHEPF"R0 "AN IS SUING UTILITY FOR NEGLIGENCE 

BROOKS. thcl m a (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

brooks. THEODO'E H. DR. 

HOST DENTISTS DO EXAMINE THE I' PATIENTS FOR ORAL CANCER 

BROOKS, TITUS P. 

OPPr-RTuMT| = s FOR MINORITIES 

brooks, wanda e. igrfensbopoi 

oay-care center worker cgnvic y e^ 

'rooks, willie £. ipfrson co. i 
two run for person sheriff 
person county candidates give views 
dixon wins person race 
pfrsdn commissioner eyes runoff 
montgomery undecided ab n ut runoff 
montgomery loses person race 

brooks, winford ishelbyi 

two teens killed, shelby man jounoeo 

br0oksh1re, donald n. 

pittsbofo runs short of water 

PITTS?oro BOARD TCLO GROWTH DEMANDS PLAN 

OR00«E, STEPHEN W. 

HEAD OFF EROSION 

BROSNAHAN, JAM C S 

ARTICLE ABOUT FBI CALLED 



PIECE OF GOSSIP- 



BROTHERS, CHARLENE 

TWO PEDESTRIANS STRUCK B Y CAR: CRITICALLY INJUREO 

BROTHERS, JOYCE DR. 

•BEAUTY OF GRFAT IMPORTANCE IN 0U"> I IV£!' 

STUDY SHOWS PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF FEMINISTS HAS CHANGED 



CREEOMODRI IDEC5ASE0I 



PRCUC.HTCN, ROBERT LEE 
OBITUARY 

"kCUN. KENNETH 

•THE GOVERNMENT CAN DO ANYTHING, ANYTIME 1 

UNC LAW DEAN TO RESIGN 

UNC LA„ SCHOOL DEAN 10 RESIGN 

9R0USSAR0. CANDACE MARIE ICXEnRDO (DECEASED) 
OXFORD WUMAN OIES AFTER CAR ACCIDENT 
OXFOkT WOMAN WHO WAS HURT IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT OIES 

BR^„FR, BOB (BASEBALL) 

BRUWER-S TOUGH DECISION PAYING OFF NOW 

BROWING, MINNIE s [MS (OECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

BROwN, ARDFLIA 

MUSEUM HAS SCIENCE WORKSHOP FDR 19 SECOND-GRADE TEACHERS 

BROwN, BARRY 

NEu RADIO SHOW FEATURES ToiAfj-.LE JAZZ 
CURHA- -HOT SCENE- IN RADIO SERIES 
FRANK BAkHA- 'LAYS ON 

°RCwN, BLCNIE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, B"B?Y LOUIS (LANCASTER ST.) 

BULLET HITS MAN I >l E Y E I f) GUN C IGHT 
GUNFIGHT ERUPTS ON LANCASTER STREET 

BROWN, BOYD J. 

ANOTHER VERSION 

BR n wN, bREWSTER 

RUNOFFS SCHEDULED IN 5 LEGISLATIVE, I CCNGRE SSI rv.sL RACE 
IOTH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS TO CHOOSE NOMINEE 

-KCWN, BUS (JAZZ) 

NEW RADIO SHOW EcjriJRES TPIAN"L C JAZZ 
I-l THE SPOTLIGHT 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

BROWN, BUSTER L. IOECEASEUI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BKOWI, CARL SYLvESTE" (CHAPEL HILL, "ECEASEDI 

« r ""l TO SERVE 1G-GAY SENTENCE FO" FATAL WRECK 

BROWN, CECIL (N.C. D6PT. OF HUMAN 'ESOURCESI 

INSTRUMENT FALLS OFF PLATFORM AT DU PONT, CAUSES -MELTDOWN- 

BROwN, CECIL AVE'Y IASS-T. CITY MANAGE") 

POLICE DPERiTICN °EVIE„ To FOLLOW U° CONSULTANT 
FIRE OFFICIAL ACCUSFO OF GIVING TEST AID 
SOME FIP£M£M LIKE POLICE JOES BETTER 

BROWN, CHAPLES lOUKfc POWER) 

BUS RIOFKShIP DECLINES '3* 

"ROWN, CHARLES V. 

MEDICAL GRO'JP HIRES NATIVE OF DURHAM 

BROWN, CHARLOTTE HtwKINS 

TRIANGLE PROFS 3ACK fcOOK 

°RO«'l, CLACENCE 

OURHAi' JOBS HARD TO FIND FOR SOME 

COUNCILMEN'S PHO.,E BILL RAISES OU c STinNS 

COUNCILMAN OUESTIONS PHONE BILLS 

OXFORD MANJO INCIOENT REOUIRE; IMPARTIALITY 

C^JNCIL TO ATTEND CONFERENCE "IN CITIES 

UNHAPPY OFFICERS STARTED -3U0TAS- STjRY. OFFICIALS SAY 

BROWN, CLARENCE OR. 

N.C. CENTRAL GETS 1138,558 fC GERONTOLOGY PROGRAM 

BROWN, CLACONELL 

A WAY TO GET AN -A- : HOTL! 

RRCN, DALE (BASKETBALL COACHI 



S 

N E E 

P D DATE C 

S 2 6/2°/B6 A 

H 2 9/19/86 C 

S 2 10/04/96 A 

H 2 6/04/°6 A 

H 2 5/30/P6 C 



I T 

L Y 

PK L C r, YL 



H 1 


2/05/96 b 


1 N 




H 1 


5/01/B6 D 


1 1 


" n'" 


H 1 


5/07/86 C 


1 P N 




H | 


5/09/86 9 


! 




H 1 


5/09/96 9 


1 N 




H 1 


6/04/86 C 


1 N 





H 2 11/11/B6 P 



H 3 

H 3 


6/26/86 B 
10/2B/B6 C 


I 

I 


N 

N <65 


H 7 


3/2t/86 A 


5 


J 


H ? 


9/22/96 A 


4 


L 



H 2 9/22/96 B 1 



H 2 B/13/86 e 
H 2 8/13/96 B 



" 2 3/16/86 C 



H 2 7/27/96 C 
S 2 11/10/B6 C 
H 2 U/20/»6 E 



S 2 10/17/96 C 
H 2 10/1R/-6 C 



h 2 9/21/B6 B 
H 2 1/09/86 b 
H 2 8/21/96 B 



1 P N H45 
1 N 



I P N J27 

1 P N 

3 N U80 



2 P N 0.50 



NE <EERS STUDENTS ON TRACK 



S 2 6/26/96 D 
H 2 6/2V96 
H 2 6/10/96 E 



H 2 6/26/96 B 
H 2 6/27/R6 C 



H 2 2/24/B6 C 
5 2 2/24/»6 C 



H 2 1/29/96 A 



H ? 5/14/96 C 
H 2 6/03/86 A 



S 2 6/26/Bb D 
H 2 7/19/86 
H 2 9/26/86 D 



H 2 12/23/86 C 
H 2 12/24/96 A 



H 2 5/10/96 C 
H 2 7/19/96 C 



H 2 3/14/«6 B 
H 2 7/29/96 B 
H 2 7/31/96 b 



S 2 4/19/Bs A 

S 2 3/14/96 C 
S 2 11/25/96 A 



S 2 3/OB/9t> A 

H 2 4/J4/06 B 

5 2 4/J4/96 C 

H 2 7/19/96 A 

S 2 11/27/86 C 

S 2 12/18/B6 A 



H 2 8/30/96 B 
H 2 12/29/96 B 



9 N =71 

11 E J66 

I R e C8P 



5 

n 




N 




5 
6 
6 


p 
P 
P 


N 
N 
N 


B71 


6 
6 









4 




•( 




1 




N 


H95 


1 
1 

1 




N 
N 
N 


A54 
A54 
M51 



N B46 

•: S51 
■i m 6 o 



1 P »l H70 
1 N H70 






MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



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12/31/86 



NAMES 



PAGE S3 
l/09/ri7 



DALE PRPWN MEDIA'S FAVORITE 

NCAA HOOPLA A BIT MUCH 

WASHBURM WHEELS GETTING ATTENTION FRO" L.A. LAW 

BROWN, OANE 

RADIOACTIVE RAIN BYPASSES TRIANGLE 

BROWN, D»RRELL LEON IS. ALSTON AVE. I 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY, GETS FOUR MONTHS IN SHOOTING DEATH 

BROWN, DARRIS MAURICE 

HIGH COURT RULES JUDGE ERRED. ORDERS NEW TRIAL 
MAN GETS LESSER TERM IN THIRD TRIAL 

HKOWN, DAVID J. 

OEATH ROW INMATE LOSES COURT APPEAL 

BROWN, OAYNE 

SPEAKFRS URGE N.C. TO QUIT SOUTHEAST WASTE COMPACT 
RAOOM SURVEY STARTS NEXT WEEK IN 5DO HOUSES 

BROWN, DEAN DTIS JR. 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED ON PEEPING CHARGE 

BROWN, DON (WINSTON-SALEM! 

TANGLE: SON SAYS BROWN TRYING TO GET MONEY BACK WHEN HE WAS SLAIN 

8R0WH, DONNA (ANIMAL BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST! 

PHOBIAS: THESF IRRATIONAL FEA'S CAN CONTROL PEOPLE'S LIVES 

BROWN, OUANE LEE 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH CLERK'S MUROER 

MURDER SUSPECT FACES 2ND CHARGE 

BROWN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED AHMED ROBBERY 

RRCwN, EFFIE 

PURSE-MATCHER 

BROWN, EVELYN (LANCASTER ST.) 

LIJUOP HOUSE RAID NETS TWO ARRESTS 

BROWN, FRANK I UNC SCHOOL UF EOUCATIONI 

UNC OFFICIALS RAP CARNEGIE FORUM PROPOSAL 

BROWN, FPANK "BUDDY" SR. (OECEASEOI 
OE ITU'RY 

BROWN, FRET (DIRECTOR OF VA HOSPITAL! 
VA HOSPITAL PARKING WOES LOOM 

VA'S ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR LEAVING, BUT WON'T GO FAR 
CARR NAMED DIRECTOR OF DURHAM VA HOSPITAL 
CARR TO HEAD VA HOSPITAL 

BROWN, FRONNIE 

WOMAN HURT AS SCHOOL BUS RUNS INTO REAR OF HER CAR 

BROWN, GEORGE WAYNE (STADIUM DR. I 

LAWYER FACES DWl CHARGE AFTER WRECK 

DURHAM LAWYER CHARGEO WITH DWI 

DWI CHARGE IS DIS«ISSED IN DURHAM LAWYER'S CASE 

DWI CHARGES ARE DROPPED AGAINST LAWYER 

BRCWN, GPOVEP LEE SR. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BRCWN, HELEN VIRGINIA ANDREWS (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

BROWN, HENRY HARRISON (HILLSBOROUGH) (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, HIRSCH H. 

TAXES FOR HIGHWAYS 

BROWN, J. A. (DELRAY ST.) 

MAN R06BED IN CHURCH PARKING LOT 

BROWN, JACK ALBRIGHT ( W INSTON-S AL EM I (DECEASED) 

DURHAM LAWYER ARRESTED FOR FATAL GUILFORD SHOOTING 

DURHAM LAWYER MAKES COURT APPEARANCE ON MUROER CHARGE 

TANGLE: SCHEME That TURNED SOJR MAY HAVE LED TO SHOOTING 

TANGLE: FRIENDS SURPRISED AT SANDERS' ARREST 

TANGLE: VICTI" IDENTIFIED BANKING SCHEME'S MYSTERY MAN 

TANGLE: SON SAYS BROWN TRYING TO GET MONEY BACK WHEN HE WAS SLAIN 

SANDERS 'SUICIDAL,' MOVFD 

DURHAM LAWYER 'SUICIDAL,' MOVED 10 CENTRAL PRISOl 

NO PAPOLE VIOLATION NOTED IN MURDER CASE, OFFICIAL SAYS 

BOND DENIED DURHAM LAWY C R IN "UROER CASE 

BONO REFUSED FOR LAWYER HELD IN LOUNGE SLAYING 

GAMBINO: THEY WERE GOING TO RIP HF OFF 

HEARING FOR DURHAM LAWYER POSTPONED 

DURHAM LAWYER'S HEARING RESCHEDULED FOR HAY 27 

HEARING CONTINUED 

FBI TO PROBE RUBEPTS FIRM 

STILL POPPING UP: GASAVERS N A" E WEAVES THROUGH PLAN... 

MUROER HEARING DELAYED BY TFST1NG 

SECOND BONO HEARING SCHEDULED FOR LAWYER CHARGED WITH MURDER 

BOND DENIEO LAWYER ACCUSED OF MURDER 

bOND AGAIN DENIED FOR DURHAM LAWYER 

DURHAM ATTG°NEY INDICTED IN GJILFORO 

FIGURE IN MURDER CASE ARRESTED ON OLD CHARGFS 

OA: INSANITY HARO TO PROVE 

DURHAM LAWYER SENTENCED IN GUILFJPU LOUNGE SLAYING 

LAWYER GETS 2.5 YEARS IN MURDER 

BROWN, JACKIE 

BLUE DEVILS STILL CHAMPIONS 

BROWN, JAMES A. (DELRAY ST.) 

MAN S&YS 3 ROBBERS GOT HIS PAY 

BROWN, JANE 

DEFINITION OF PORNOGRAPHY STILL ELUDES LAWMAKERS 

BRCWN, JIM (SOUTH POINT, UHIOI 

SLUP AGAINST MR. FD CASE OF CFNSOR-MANIA 

BROWN, JOSEPH (LOUISBURGI 

PROBE CONTINUES IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 
TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN ACCIOFNT 

BROWN, JOYCE (CHAPEL HILLI 
MAKING MATTERS WORSE 

BROWN, JUSTIN LUCIUS JR. I H ILLSbOROUGH ) (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



PC L P PYL 



S 2 3/27/66 B 1 P 'I F25 
S 2 3/29/66 A E P J F25 
H 2 12/21/B6 B 2 N * 1 A 



S 2 5/21/R6 A 



H 2 10/14/86 B 



2 
2 


4/03/86 
6/26/86 


B 
B 


1 

7 


N 
N 


LAI 
S82 


2 


11/04/86 


B 


A 


N 




2 
2 


9/17/86 
11/27/86 


B 
B 


2 

I 


N 
N 


C60 



H 3 9/20/86 C ? N 

H 2 4/12/96 A 1 N 351 

H 2 8/31/86 E 1 n F (11 

H 2 10/17/86 6 1 N "51 

H 2 10/19/86 C 1 N 

S 2 10/20/86 C 2 N 

H 2 12/19/86 A A E 

H 2 6/22/86 C 3 N 

H 2 9/21/86 C 7 N 

H 2 6/06/86 C A 



H 2 1/15/96 A 1 P N P 3D 

H 2 2/02/86 B 1 N B30 

H 2 2/09/86 C 1 P N 

S 2 2/08/86 A 2 P N 



H 3 9/19/86 B 



H 2 2/09/86 B 9 N 

S 2 2/10/86 B 3 N 

H 2 12/04/86 C 9 N 

S 2 12/04/86 C 9 N 



H 2 8/20/86 C 4 

H 2 1/31/86 A ID 

H 2 6/14/86 C 2 

H 2 1/14/86 A 4 L 



S 


2 


5/03/86 


AS pg 




H 


2 


4/11/86 


A 


N 


951 


s 


2 


4/11/86 


A 


N 


T85 


H 


2 


4/12/86 


A 


N 


X 18 


H 


2 


4/12/86 


A 


N 


S82 


H 


2 


4/12/86 


A 


N 


L41 


H 


2 


4/12/86 


A 


N 


B51 


H 


2 


4/13/86 


C 


N 




S 


2 


4/14/86 


A 


N 




H 


2 


4/15/86 


C 


N 


951 


S 


2 


4/15/86 


A 


N 


T85 


H 


2 


4/16/86 


C 


N 


S82 


H 


2 


4/17/86 


A 


N 


XI9 


S 


2 


4/22/96 


A 


N 


TBS 


S 


2 


4/23/86 


c 


N 




H 


2 


4/24/e6 


B 


N 




S 


2 


4/24/86 


A 


N 


TBS 


H 


2 


4/25/86 


A 


N 


"51 


S 


2 


5/28/86 


c 


N 


T65 


H 


2 


6/19/86 


A c 


N 


S82 


s 


2 


6/24/86 


A 


N 


TB5 


H 


2 


6/25/86 


B 


N 


SB2 


s 


2 


7/08/96 


C 


M 


TBS 


H 


2 


8/06/86 


c 


N 




S 


2 


8/2?/86 


A 


N 


TBS 


H 


2 


10/03/86 


A 


N 


S32 


S 


1 


10/03/86 


c 


N 





H 2 4/08/86 A 4 

H 2 5/04/86 C S 

S 2 10/21/P6 A 6 

S 2 5/1S/86 A 4 



S 1 I2/03/P6 C 1 
H 1 12/04/86 B 1 



H 2 6/12/86 A 4 
H 2 3/20/86 B 2 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
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P D 



DATE 



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1/09/87 



PG L P 8YL 



FROWN, KAREN W. 

WRITE-IN CAMPAIGN IN GRANVILLE LEGAL 

BROWN, KATHY ANN 

PAGEANT'S PRELIMINARIES CONTINUE 

BROWN, KENNETH DEWAYNE (GLENBROOK BRIVEI 

POLICE SAY »URGLAR SUBDUED BY RESIDENT 

BROWN, KEVIN (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

WITHOUT HANSON. TECH'S BROWN TOPS 

8RO1.N, LARRY IBASKE1BALL COACH) 
UNC GUESSING GA"E: WHAT IF. 



.SMITH RETIRES? 



BROWN, LARRY IPRITCHARD AVE. EXTENSION) 
AZALEAS STOLEN; THREE ARRESTED 

BROWN, LAURIE ANN IOECEASED) 

S6 -ILLION SUIT FILEO AGAINST STORE, MANAGER FOR ALCOHOL SALES... 

BROwN, LFN'ON L. 

PTL PLANE IMPOUNDED IN CHARLOTTE 

BROWN, LEWIS ANTHONY (OECEAS c DI 
OBITUARY 
0°I TUARY 

OROwN, LIGHTNING A. (CHAPEL HILL) 

MORE HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT FOET HEARD 

MAN FINED FOR TAKING POLICE HELMET IN CHAPEL HILL MELFE 

BROWN, LILLIAN bP.ANDCN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, LONIE CLEMENTS ( MORR IS VI LL E) (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, LYTLE III 

TENNESSEE GUARD GENERAL FACES LARCENY CHARGE 

BRCWN, MACK 

TERPS REPORTEDLY AFTER BROWN 

BROWN, MARVIN 

A LOT OF HISTORY FOUND IN OLD GRANVILLE HOUSES 

BRCWN, MAUDE OOLLARD (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, MELVILLE (PIANIST) 

PIANIST TO GIVE GUEST RECITAL 

BROWN, MICHAEL (CHAPEL HILL) 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTS 

CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING WOMAN, 26 

BROWN, MICHAEL (CHATEAU ROAD) 

SUSPENDED TER" GIVEN IN HOLDUP 

TEEN FACES BURGLARY CHARGE 

TEEN IS INDICTED FOR BURGLARY. THEFT 

BROWN, NANCY H. (STATE DAY CARE OFFICE) 

BETHESDA RESIDENTS PUSH FOR SEWER SYSTEM 

BROWN, NOAH (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, PAUL (HERALD REPORTER) 

TEARS. PAIN, r-EEP DEPRESSION CLOUD PROM NIGHT MEMORIES 

MENTAL HEALTH FUNDS STALL. DE"ANDS DOUBLE 

HERALD OPENS HILLSBOROUGH BUREAU 

SUN OPENS NEW BUREAU IN HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH 

BRCWN, PAUL LEA (CASWELL CO.) 

CASWELL MAN RECEIVES SENTENCE FOR SLAYING 

BROrfN, PAULETTE 

FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER'S DIRJCTOR RESIGNS 

BROWN, PHIL (CARRbOKOI 

WHY NOT A WHITE CAUCUS? 

BRCwN, RALPH 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF TAKES OATH 

BROWN, RAY (CALIFORNIA) 

RECAPTURED ESCAPEE GETS FREEDOM FPOM BUREAUCRACY 

BROWN, RICHARD (N.C. RAPTOR CENTER) 
BALD EAGLE RELEASEO 10 The WILD 

BROWN, RICAPD ALLEN IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BROWN, ROBERT 

CROP WALK AWARD 

BROWN, ROBERT (HIGH ROINTI 
N.C. MAN MAY BE ENVOY 

N.C. BUSINESSMAN CONSIDERED AS AMBASSADOR TO SOUTH AFRICA 
RIGHTS LEADERS LAUO bROWN 
BROWN CANCELS CONVENTION APPEARANCE 
NEW STRATEGY STRESSED FOR BLACK ENVOY 
BROWN SAYS J0» ENTAILS SACRIFICE 
REAGAN DETERMINEU TO TAP TAP HEEL 

NAMING ELACK AS ENVOY TO S. AFRICA COULD BE FLOP OR BIG BREAKTHROUGH 
NOMINATION OF bROWN MAY 3E LOSING STEAM 
TAR HEEL WILL SPU'N cNVOY JOB 
BROWN WITHDRAWS NAME FROM CONSIDERATION 
BROWN WON'T PURSUE AMBASSADOR POST 
WHY NOT OR. WALKER FOR AMBASSADORSHIP? 
BROWN SAYS HE WILL CONTINUE WORK IN SOUTH AFRICA 

BROWN, ROBERT JR. 

DOES GJD CHANGE LAWS? 

BROWN, RON IPKOBATICN OFFICER) 

STAFF OF SIX HANDLES OV c R 600 PROBATION CASES 

BRCwN, RONALD C. IASHEVILLE) IDECEiSEDI 

FUNERAL SET FOR TOOAY FOR BUNC 0«bE D.A. 

BRTWN. SINOY CAROL ICHAD30URN) (DECEASED) 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS TAKE A LIVES II DURHA" ARFA 



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BROWN MEMORIES: STATE'S LAST WIN OVF R UNC SPARKS LAUGHTER, WISTFULNESS 

BROWN, THACK (BURROUGHS WELLCOMEI 

BURROUGHS STUDYING CAPSULE SAFETY 
BUDGET "AY HELP PORT OF DURHA*' 
3 TO LEAD RDU LONDON-FLIGHT BIO 
SPEAKER: PRESERVE TRIANGLE'S tPPEAL 
TRIANGLE'S BEAUTY SAID KEY TO PRUSPERITY 
ROU OFFICIALS DENY REPORT ABOUT GATEWAY 
LET'S BE FAIR, OPEN ON GATEWAY DECISION 

BROWN, THUMAS R. (CHAPEL HILLI „„,_.„ 
BROWN NAMED HEAP OF TRADE CENTER 

BROWN, V. E. DR. 

MAYOR GULLEY UNJUSTLY ACCUSED 



H 2 10/16/86 D 1 P N C 49 



BROWN, VERNON 
EX-RAILI 
CANDIDAT 
BROWN PL 
VOTE V. 
REPORTS: 
4 HOPFFU 
CANDIDAT 
RFV. BRO 
3 CHALLE 
BLACK CO 
LEGAL IN 
SHERIFF 
VOTING P 
LEARY WI 
MANY BLA 
BROWN PL 
BROWN CO 
BROWN FA 
BROWN FA 
SO WHAT 
UNSUCCES 
GUTHRIE 
BROWN BA 
GUTHRIE 
VOTE RAY 



Ff'fRES AS CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF 

IdGES^'EAGLE-fyEU'VaTROLS, TIGHTER SECURITY AT COUNTY SCHOOLS 
E. BROWN FUR SHERIFF IF DURHAM CUUNTY IAOI 

LEARY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING 
LS SEEK SHERIFF'S SEAT 
ES CLASH ON SATELLITE STATIONS 
WN PROMISES NO IDLE PATROL CARS 
NGE LEARY IN PRIMARY 

MMITTEE REPORTEDLY BACKING CHALLENGERS TODAY 
TFRFSTS EVIDENT IN CAMPAIGN REPORTS 
LEARY DEFEATS CHALLENGERS 
RECINCT TALLIES 
NS SHERIFF'S RACE 
CKS SHUN COMMITTEE'S PICKS 
ANS TO FILE ELECTION COMPLAINT 

MPLA1NS OF IRREGULARITIES IN SHERIFF PRIMARY 
IL5 TO FILE ELECTION COMPLAINT 
ILS TO PRESENT COMPLAINT 
WAS ILLEGAL? 

SFUL CANDIDATES HIGH SPENDERS IN PRIMARY 
REPORTS ENDORSEMENTS 
CKS GUTHRIE OVER LEARY 
EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE 

GUTHRIE, JR., SHERIFF (ADI 



BROWN, W. VIPGIL 

LOW-CHOLESTEROL DIETS ADVOCATED FOR NATION 

RKPWN, WALTER M. 

'DISCLAIMER' REPREHENSIBLE 

BROWN, WILLIAM (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

OROWN, WILLIE (PRISONERI 

SUPREME COURT REFUSES TO HEAR TWO APPEALS 

RRPWN, WILLIE HAZEL IDECEASEDI 
OB ITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BROWNE, JERRY (UNC-CH SCHOOL OF PHaRMACYI 
ANTIDEPRESSANTS CAN BE SAFE 

IROW'E, MAOJORIE LEE „ „, 

REP. BLUE TO BLACKS: PREPARE FOR HIGH TECH 

BROWNE, ROSE BUTLER DR. . T „ .„,-,, „.,r 

NCCU TO HONOR WOMEN FOR SCHOOL CONTRIBUTIONS 
FORMER PROF=SSOR AT NCCU, 93, DIES 
DR. ROSE BUTLER dROWNE, EDUCATOR, RIGHTS LEADER 
SERVCIES SET FOR EDUCATOR 
OBITUARY 

BROWNING, CLARINE WAGONER IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BROWNING, OALPHUS „ -,„,, 

COWBOY BELIEVFS IN HARD WORK, HORSE SENSE 

BROWNING, ETHEL MAYES IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

BROWNU.'G, KEN 

ON THE DOTTEO LINE 

NCHSAA SET TU BEGIN TWO-YEAP ORUG PROGRAM 

CONDITIONING HIGH SCHOOLS' KEY CONCERN 

NORTHERN DEFENSE DENIES 'CATS 

NORTHERN LOnKS TO GET BETTER VERSUS VANCE 

TWO NORTHERN PLAYERS JOIN COACH [N SHRINE BOwL GAME 

KNIGHTS' CHALLENGE SIMPLE: STOP THE RUN 

SOUTHERN'S PARKER TOPS CITY-COUNTY LIST 

N.C.'S EEST MISSING. ..AGAIN 

RIVALS LEARN TO LIKE NORTHERN'S BROWNING 

BROWNING, KENNETH RAY IDECEASEDI 
OURHAM man FOUND KILLED 
OBITUARY 

MAN FOUND SLAIN IN OL BUILDING 
POLICE SEEK MAN CHARGED IN STABBING 
POLICE STILL SEEK MEN FOR MURTER 
MAN ARRESTED IN MURDER CASE 
WILKERSON CHARGED WITH MUROER 
JUDGE APPOINTS LAWYER 

BROWNING, PHILIP L. 

AN UNFORGIVEABLE MARCH 

BROWNING. ROBERT L. 

APARTHEID IN DURHAM 
WHICHARD COUNTY-BY-COUNTY 

BROWNING, ROBERT R. -,.„, 

MRS. BILLINGS NAMED NEW N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE ,-.„ 

GOP JUDICIAL SLATE UNVEILED; MARTI., PICKS WOMAN FOR CHIEF JUlTICE. 

RACE FOR N.C. JUDGESHIPS CALLED LIVELIEST IN HISTORY 

DEMOCRATS PREPARE FOR COURT RACES 

N.C. HIGH COURT APPOINTEES KEEPING SEATS IS GOP GOAL 

HIGH-POWcPED POLITICS A NEW TWIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

HIGH-POWEOE"> POLITICS NEW TWIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

DEMOCRATS DOMINATE RACES FUR SUPRFME COURT POSTS 

MARTIN'S PLEAS GO UNHEEOEO AS DEMOCRATS ELECTED JUDGES 

BRCwNIMG, SUSAN 



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MATH COUNCIL NEEDS MONEY 

BROYHILL. JA»ES T. IREP.) 

FILING OPENS FOR N.C. O c FICES 
FUNDERBURK ATTACKS BROYHILL DE 
BRCYHILL. FUNOERBURK: THAT'S T 
FAIRCLOTM EXPECTED TO FILE NE* 
FUNDERBURK, tJROYHILL FILE FnR 
BROYHILL. FUNOERBURK BEGIN COM 
BROYHILL DOES NOT PLAN TO CHAN 
BROYHILL COOKS UP A LIGHTER S! 
BROYHILL'S VOTING RECORD CHAST 
BOMBAST THAT DIVIDES 
THEIR CONSERVATISM HAS LITTLE 
PPO-FUNDERBURK WRITER FOCUSED 
GOVERNOR SHOWED FAIRNESS 
FORMER DEMQ CANDIOATE TO BACK 
SOWERS BLASTS DEMOCRATS. DECID 
WRITER SHOWED CANDIDATES' OIFc 
DELIGHTED DEMOCRATS WATCH GOP 
BRUYHILL PLANNING TO ATTEND PR 
THE LOMMEPCIAL BREAK (CARTOONI 
BROYHILL* FUNDEREURK DEBATE TA 
S C NATE CANDIDATES SOUARE OFF A 
JUSTICES. JUDGES TO FACF OPPOS 
MAGAZINE SAYS GOP HOLD CN SENA 
MORE NEGATIVE NONSENSE 
•RED TAPE' IN MEDICAIO IS CR IT 
CLUB'S DIRTY TRICKS 
BROYHILL'S RECIPES HAVE CONSE 5 
EX-PRESICFNT TOUTS BROYHILL FO 
FUTURE POLITICAL AD (CARTOONI 
GERALD FORD AND JIM BROYHILL 
SET PrLITICAL RECORD STRAIGHT 
BROYHILL ATTRACTS BUSINESS 
AGE OF NOMINEE IMPORTANT TO GD 
JIM BRUYHILL SHOULD AGREE TO 
2 MONTHS BEFORE PRIMARY. SENAT 
13 PERSONALITIES DC'MNATE ISSJ 
BROYHILL'S VOTING RECORD NOT P 
LET'S HAVE A DEBATE 
BROYHILL'S NEW AOS AIMED AT DF 
IDEOLOGIES NOT EDIBLE 
BROYHILL'S VOTES WERE RIGHT 
COMMERCIAL FOR FUNDERBURK AIMS 
POLL: SANFO»D. BROYHILL IN LEA 
BROYHILL SAYS HE WILL RESIST C 
SANFORD SAYS REAGAN ABGNOONEO 
BROYHILL RAPS ADVERTISING BRA\ 
BROYHILL'S "POSITIVE CAMPAIGN' 
OOP VPTFRS WARNED OF EXTREMIST 
MRS. BROYHILL TO CAMPAIGN FOR 
INGRAM DEFENDS VOTER DRAWING I 
FUNDERBURK RAPS SANFORD. TROYH 
BROYHILL IS STANDING BY RECORD 
BALLENGFn SAYS POLL GIVES HIM 
VOTERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ISSJ 
NEW FUNDERBURK AOS BLAME BkOYH 
BROYHILL AIDES ATTACK TV ADS ?. 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB HURTS Fu'ID r 
FUNDERBURK SEEKS VOTES FROM FJ 
'NcGATIVE' CAMPAIGNS OFTEN NE C 
INGRAM RAPS SANFORD ON INSURAN 
OPEN N.C. SENATE SEAT ATTRACTS 
KEEP CAMPAIGN IN PERSPECTIVE 
dRUYHILL TAKES LEAD IN GOP R a: 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ACCUSES 6RD 
GOP LEGISLATOR SAYS FUNDERBURK 
BROYHILL FUND-RAISING LETTER F 
VOT c FUNDERBURK OVER BROYHILL 
GOP CANDIDATES SOUARE OFF OVER 
FUNOERBURK EXPECTS TO GET HELM 
BROYHILL EXPECTING SUPPORT OF 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB CHARGED WI' 
CAMPAIGN ALLEGATIONS CAN BE EL 
NUCLEAR WASTE DILEMMA 
SENATE HOPtFULS INCREASE PACE 
MARTIN WILL RECOMMEND 3.2* RAY 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB WILL HALT A 
DEMOCRATIC CALIFORNIA CONGRESS 
BROYHILL 'THE EPITOME OF A STA 
FUNDERBURK SLASHES AT BROYHILL 
GCP, DEMOS SWITCH ROLES: U.S. 
CONGRFSSIONAL CLUB STIRS FLAP 
THIS YEAR'S S C NATE RACE DESCRI 
IT'S »ROYH|LL VS. SANFORD FOR 
JIM BROYHILL'S VICTORY A REPu a 
PRECI'CT VOTING TALLIES 
SANFORD. BROYHILL WIN BY IMPRE 
SANFUOD PROPJSES $1 MILLION LI 
BROYHILL SEES REFERENDUM ON R- 
H1GH-RUAD POLITICS SUCCESSFUL 
TAR HEEL VOTERS NEED SANFORD-? 
INSIDE 

HELMS PLEDGES FULL SUPPORT TO 
...MY OPPONENT ISN'T GOING TO 
SENATE RACE ENTERS NEW PHASF 
CANDIDATES LOOK TO FALL WITH F 
BRUYHILL. SANFORD OISCLOSE F IS 
CONGRESSIONAL CLUB TACTICS HEL 
PRESIDENT TO ATTEND BROYHILL F 
BROYHILL IS AMONG RICHEST IN H 
N.C. DELEGATION SOLIDLY SUPPO 3 
N.C. REPRESENTATIVE LISTED AMD 
FUNDERBURK REGRETRS ATTACKS ON 
GUN GROUP LIKELY TO BACK BROYH 
BROYHILL CONDEMNS BILL. THEN C 
A BLUNDFK ADHITTEO 
NO NUCLFAP DU"P IN N.C: POLIT 
REAGAN WILL VISIT N.C. NEXT wc 
SANFCRD PPAISFS CHATHAM JN EVA 
BROYHILL. SANFORD TO "EE T IN - 
BROYHILL. SANFORD MAP 'REAGAN' 
KEEP MEETINGS AT HOME 
BROYHILL SAYS SANFO'D WIN HURT 
1DTH "ISTRICT DEMOCRATS TO CH3 
5=LYHILL CAMPAIGNS IN EAST FOR 
REAGAN TQ HAKE CAMPAIGN APPEAR 
REAGAN PLUGS TAX PLAN IN GREEN 
REAGAN TOUCHES OFF GOP BLAST 
REAGAN SEEN HELPING UNITE STAT 
SANFO°0 TO AVOID APPEARANCE O c 
MADE IN HONG KONG ICARTOONI 
TWO PARTIES ATTEMPT TO HEAL bl 
SFNATF CANOIDAT^S ARE BUILDING 
SENATE CANDIDATES GFT DEBATF 3 





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N 




H 


2 


2/18/86 


A 


4 




E 


ICIZED 


s 


2 


2/19/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 646 




H 


2 


2/21/86 


A 


4 




L 


VATIVE FLAVOR 


S 


2 


2/21/66 


A 


4 




E 


R SENATOR 


H 


2 


2/26/86 


b 


1 


P 


N H60 




H 


2 


2/28/66 


A 


4 


T 


T R56 




H 


2 


3/01/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


3/04/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 


2 


3/10/66 


A 


4 




E 


P 


s 


2 


3/11/66 


A 


4 




L 


EBATES 


H 


2 


3/17/86 


A 


4 




L 


E RACES NOT HOT YET 


S 


2 


3/17/86 


A 


5 




J 


ES IN SENATE RACE 


H 


2 


3/13/86 


c 


3 




J 


RO-DEFENSE 


H 


2 


3/18/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 


2 


3/21/B6 


A 


4 




L 


HOCPATS ANO REPUBLICANS 


H 


2 


3/22/66 


A 


I' 




N 




H 


2 


3/25/66 


A 


4 




L 




H 


2 


3/26/86 


A 


4 




L 


AT BROYHILL VOTES ON CANAL. TAXES 


H 


2 


3/26/86 


B 


3 




N 


D 


s 


2 


3/26/B6 


A 


1 


p 


N 


ALL TO DEBATE 


H 


2 


4/U7/B6 


A 


11 




N 


FARMERS 


s 


? 


4/02/86 


A 


2 




N 


DING HIM AS LIBERAL 


H 


2 


4/0A/86 


B 


5 




N A54 


DRAWS 200 AT JORDAN HIGH RALLY 


s 


2 


4/04/86 


f_ 


1 


p 


N M06 


S 


H 


2 


4/09/86 


A 


1 




N 


HUSBAND 


H 


2 


4/10/66 


A 


19 




N 


OEA 


H 


2 


4/10/86 


c 


6 




N 


ILL 


s 


2 


4/12/86 


A 


5 


p 


N -06 




s 


2 


4/14/66 


A 


9 


P 


N 


2-1 LEAD 


H 


2 


4/15/86 


B 


3 




N 


ES, ANSWERS 


s 


2 


4/16/86 


A 


4 




E 


ILL FOR NUCLEAR DUMP 


H 


2 


4/10/66 


B 


3 


P 


N 


F FUNDERBURK 


H 


2 


4/20/86 


c 


4 




N 


R3URK 


H 


2 


4/22/86 


A 


4 




L 


NCAMENTALISTS 


H 


2 


4/22/66 


A 


9 




N 


DED AGAINST INCUMBENTS 


s 


2 


4/22/86 


A 


4 




L 


CE ISSUE. ULU CAMPAIGN LOAN 


H 


2 


4/23/86 


B 


2 




N 


LITTLE-KNOWN HOPEFULS 


s 


2 


4/23/66 


A 


8 




N 




H 


2 


4/24/86 


A 


4 




L 


E 


s 


? 


4/24/86 


A 


17 




N 


YHILL OF ATTACKING HELMS ON WASTE BILL... 


H 


2 


4/24/66 


A 


17 




N 


■S AOS INCLUDE DECEPTION 


H 


2 


4/25/86 


B 


5 




N 


RRS 


s 


2 


4/25/86 


B 


13 




J 




H 


2 


4/26/86 


A 


4 




L 


NUCL C AR WASTE SITE 


H 


2 


4/26/86 


B 


15 




N L4D 


S' VOTE 


H 


2 


4/21/86 


B 


3 


P 


N 


HEL»S 


H 


2 


4/29/86 


B 


3 


P 


N 


H 'POLITICAL TERRORISM' 


H 


2 


4/29/R6 


A 


1 




N 


USIVE AS AIR 


S 


2 


4/29/86 


A 


4 




p 




H 


2 


4/3D/86 


A 


4 




L 


OF CAMPAIGN 


H 


? 


4/30/66 


B 


2 


P 


N 


RAISE 


S 


2 


5/01/66 


A 


1 


p 


N 


NU-3R0YHILL ADS AFTER PRIMARY 


H 


2 


5/J2/86 


A 


15 




N 


MAN AIDS FuNOERBURK'S RAP OF BROYHILL 


s 


2 


5/02/86 


c 


5 




J 


TES"AN' 


H 


2 


5/03/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 


2 


5/03/66 


c 


1 




N 


SENATE 


H 


2 


5/04/86 





1 


p 


N L4C 


OVER LOAN bY BROYHILL 


H 


2 


5/05/86 


c 


5 




N 


3ED AS 'DOWNRIGHT WEIRO' 


H 


1 


5/06/86 


c 


1 




J 


SENATE 


H 


7 


5/07/86 


A 


1 


p 


N L40 


LICAN COMEBACK 


H 


2 


5/07/86 


A 


4 




F 




H 


2 


5/07/86 


A 


10 


C 


N 


SSIVE MARGINS 


s 


2 


5/07/B6 


A 


I 


p 


N S84 


MI T ON TV ADS 


H 


2 


5/08/86 


A 


22 




N 


AGAN 


H 


2 


5/08/86 


A 


22 




N 


THIS YEAR 


S 


2 


5/08/86 


A 


4 




E 


ROYHUL OEBATES 


H 


2 


5/01/86 


A 


4 




F 




s 


2 


5/1D/86 


A 


5 




U T30 


bROYHILL 


H 


2 


5/1 1/86 


c 


B 


p 


N 


RUN NEARLY AS POSITIVE... ICARTOONI 


H 


2 


5/11/86 





4 


T 


T 156 




H 


2 


5/13/66 


A 


7 


P 


N 


EW RUNOFFS SCHEDULED 


s 


2 


5/1 3/66 


c 


5 




N 


ANCFS 


H 


2 


5/16/66 





4 




N 


D UNFAIRLY CHARACTERIZED 


H 


2 


5/17/86 


8 


4 




N 


L.NU-RAI SE = 


H 


2 


5/21/86 


B 


2 




N 


OUSE 


H 


2 


5/23/86 


C 


9 




N 


TS NEW TRADE BILL 


H 


2 


5/23/86 


A 


1 




N 


NG WEALTHIEST IN HOUSE 


s 


2 


5/23/86 


c 


6 


P 


N 


BROYHILL 


H 


2 


5/25/66 


c 


3 




N 


ILL IN SENATE RACE 


H 


2 


5/25/86 


c 


■a 




N 


ASTS VOTE FOR IT 


H 


2 


5/25/86 


c 


3 




N 




H 


2 


5/28/56 


A 


4 




E 


ICS.. .HELPED TO BAIL CUT STATE 


H 


2 


5/29/86 


A 


1 




N 046 


EK 


H 


2 


5/30/86 


c 


4 




N 


CUATION PLAN VOTE 


H 


2 


5/31/86 


A 


9 




N 


DRUM 


H 


2 


5/31/86 


A 


q 




N 


STRATEGIES 


H 


2 


6/02/86 


c 


1 




N 




S 


2 


6/02/66 


A 


4 




E 


S REAGAN 


S 


2 


6/02/66 


c 


3 




N 


OSE NOMINEE 


H 


2 


6/03/86 


A 


ID 




N 


FUNOERBURK SUPPORTERS 


H 


I 


6/03/P6 


c 


5 




N 


ANCE TODAY FOR BROYHILL 


H 


2 


6/04/86 


B 


2 




N 


SBQRO VISIT 


s 


2 


6/04/»6 


A 


1 


p 


N 




H 


2 


6/05/86 


A 


1 




U H49 


c GDP 


H 


2 


6/05/86 


A 


15 


p 


N 


RUNNING AGAINST RtAGAN 


H 


2 


6/05/86 


B 


1 





N L4P 




H 


2 


6/07/66 


A 


4 


T 


T C50 


TTJR WJUNDS 


S 


2 


6/07/86 


A 


4 




E 


parties 


H 


2 


6/09/66 


A 


4 




E 


FFERS 


H 


1 


6/11/86 


b 


3 


p 


N 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/96 



BROYHILL LEAVES HEARING TO STALL ANTI-SMOKING BILL 

SPONTANEOUS RALLIES ARE HELL DIRECTED 

POSITIONS ON DEFENSE: SANFOPD SEES PARANOIA; BROYHILL LAUDS BUILDUP 

OUT-OF-STATE CAMPAIGNING 

bROYHILL SAYS ONE SEAT COULD SHIFT SENATE MAJORITY 

BROYHILL. SANFOPD DFtjATE AT LAWYERS' BEACH RETRFAT 

SANFORD, BROYHILL SCORE HELL AT LAWYERS' FORUM 

U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BACKS BROYHILL OVER SANFORO 

SANFORD: DEMUCRATIC PARTY IS <EY 

N.C. OFFICIALS FXPRESS SORROW TO EAST FAMILY 

BROYHILL LIKELY EAST SUCCESSOR 

BROYHILL EXPECTED TO REPLACE EAST 

LEADE°S ATTEND MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR SEN. EAST TODAY 

DECISION EXPtCTEO TODAY ON SENATOR 

BROYHILL TAPPED TO FILL EAST'S POST 

BROYHILL CHOSEN TO FINISH TER" OF SEN. FAST 

SANFORD BLASTS BROYHILL ARTICLE 

BROYHILL APPOINTMENT IS GAMBLE FOR GOP 

BROYHILL RIGHT CHOICE 

SANFORD LEADS BROYHILL. 46 PERCENT TO W— T EL EPHUNE SURVEY 

UN-SANFORD-L IKE STYLE 

N.C. CALLED KEY STATE IN SENATE ELECTIONS 

B'OYHILL ARRIVED AT AIRPORT READY TO ANSWER OUESTIUNS 

MARTIN SETS VOTE NOV. 4 FOR BROYHILL'S HOUSE SEAT 

SPECIAL ELECTION SCHEDULED NOV. 4 TO FILL HOUSE SEAT 

BROYHILL'S STAFF IS PREPARING FOR MOVE TO SENATE 

DOLE CAMPAIGNS FOR BROYHILL, SELF. ..AND. MAYBE, MRS. DOLE 

BROYHILL PLANS LOW KEY SENATE CEREMONY MONDAY 

SANFOPD: UNITY WILL PREVENT DEFECTIONS 

BROYHILL SWORN IN AS SENATOR 

EAST HONORED AT BROYHILL'S SWEARING IN 

B'OYHILL OUTPACES SANFORD IN CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

BROYHILL WON'T GET SUBCOMMITTEE POST 

POLITICIANS IHVAOE N.C. 

EAST'S DEATH DOUBLES CAMP A I C.N- FUNDS CAP 

JIM BROYHILL CAUGHT IN MAZE IN HIS FIRST WEFK AS SENATOR 

7 OPEN SENATE SEATS MAY BE KEY TO FATE OF REAGAN'S LEGISLATIVE PLAN 

ONE-ELECTION SPENDING ENOUGH FOR CANDIDATES 

BALLENGER NOIINATED FOR BROYHILL HOUSE SEAT 

BROYHILL SAYS HE WILL FIGHT NUCLEAR DUMP 

REAGAN BACKS RROYHILL ON CIGARETTE TAX 

BILL AIMS AT INCENTIVES FOR HANDICAPPED 

bROYHILL: REAGAN WILL FIGHT CIGARETTE TAX HIKE 

ADMINISTRATION OEFENOS TEXTILE AGREEMENT WITH PRETORIA 

BOTH SANFORD, BROYHILL CLAIM CREDIT IN LEAF TAX EFFORT 

SANFORD CHALLENGES BROYHILL TO OtBATE 

SANFOPD CHALLENGES BROYHILL TO DEBATES 

TERRY SANFORO IS ON WRONG MAILING LIST 

SANFOPO'S TRIP DRAWS CRITICISM 

JIM BROYHILL NO COPY OF SEN. JESSE HELMS 

FINANCING LOOPHOLE OPENS IN SENATE RACE 

SENATE CANDIDATES' WIVES: DURHAM CAN PROUDLY CLAIM BOTH 

SANFORO-BROYHILL RACE BLAND COMPARED TO HUNT-HELMS BATTLE 

HAIG SAYS AVOID PROTECTIONISM LIKE THF PLAGUE 

APPEALS COURT NOMINEE IS WELCOMED 'TO THE PIT' 

VOTES. NOT PAC FUNDS. SHOULD MOVE CONGRESS 

SENATE APPOINTEES HAVE MIXED RECORD IN ELECTIONS 

BAKER STUMPS FOR BROYHILL, CALLS TEXTILE VETO 'MISTAKE' 

LIBERAL OR REGULAR? 

SANFORD. TOO, USING REAGAN'S NAME IN SENATE RACE 

BROYHILL'S MUD-SLINGING IS DISAPPOINTING 

SANFORD, BROYHILL PREPARE TO OFFICIALLY LAUNCH CAMPAIGNS 

BROYHILL-SANFORD RACE HEATS UP AS LABOR DAY KlCKOFFS NEAR 

BROYHILL DRAWS JAGGED LINE BETWEEN DUTIES. CAMPAIGN 

BROYHILL FINDS REAGAN POPULAR, RUT POLICIES NOT 

BRUYHILL CAMPAIGNING IN AREA TODAY 

BROYHILL BACKS 'STAR WARS' PROGRAM 

RULES FOR POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS CHANGE IN '86; NEGATIVE ADS TABOO 

SANFORD, RROYHILL CAMPS ARGUE CAMPAIGN TACTICS 

KEMP CRITICIZES REAGAN'S TRADE POLICIES. PRAISES BROYHILL'S EFFORT... 

MARTIN ANNOUNCES CREATION OF FUND TO AID VICTIMS OF CHILD ABUSE IN N.C. 

THERE'S A TIME TO LAUGH 

COME AGAIN 

DEMOCRATS AND GOP CLASH ON TAX STANDS OF SENATE CANDIDATES 

GOV. MARTIN CAMPAIGNS FOR DURHAM REPUBLICANS 

SANFORD SAYS FOE DOESN'T WANT DEBATE 

BROYHILL PASSES SANFuRD IN POLL 

SANFORD SAYS BROYHILL HIDES BEHKIO TV AOS 

BROYHILL'S STANO ON D'BATE CRITICIZED BY SANFORD AIDE 

COLUMN'S ANALYSIS OF BROYHILL MISSES MARK, IS ALSO NEGATIVE 

BRUYHILL AGREES TO 1 SANFORD DEBATE 

NORTH CAROLINA VOTERS NEED SENATE O c BATES 

GROUP BACKS SANFORO IN RACE FOR U.S. SENATE 

SANFORD CAMP DISSATISFIED WITH 1-OEBATE ANNOUNCEMENT 

SELF-INFLATING AD 

SANFORD PLANS TO TALK ABOUT BROYHILL'S RECORD 

ALAMANCE GUP PICKS UP PACE WITH VISITS BY BROYHILL. MRS. DOLE 

SELF-INFLATING BROYHILL ADS JUST AS BAD AS NEGATIVE ONES 

GOP CONTINUES TO ATTACK ROSE ABOUT LOANS FROM HIS CAMPAIGN 

SANFORD ASKS VOTERS FOR DEBATE OUESTIONS 

CIGARETTE TAX CUT BY SENATE; CREDIT JISPUTED 

...BKOYHILL-SANFORD DEBATE... ICAPTOONI 

bROYHILL SKIRTS TEXTILE ISSUE; SANFORO TO RAP SENATOR'S STANCES 

SANFORD CRITICIZES DEFENSE SPENDING 

SANFOPD SAYS HE'S NOT GOING INTO BROYHILL'S RECORD 

THE OUESTION IS TO DEBATE OR MOT TO OEbATE 

HELMS NOTES TAX REFORM OUANOAPY TO DURHAM DELEGATION 

DURHAM REPS DISCUSS GPAMM-RUDMAN 

BROYHILL LAUNCHES AOS ATTACKING SANFORD 

SENATE-RACE DEBATE SHOULD BE PRIME TIME 

BROYHILL ANO SANFORO SWAP 'NEGATIVE' TACTICS CHARGES 

FCC RULING HELD NOT LIKELY TO ALTER SENATE RACE 

BROYHILL MISSFS 1ST STOP ON il MILLION WEEKEND 

SANFOPD: GUP DOESN'T HAVE LOC< ON CHURCH LEADERSHIP 

INSIDE 

THE MAN FOR THE JOB... IS ALREADY ON THE JOB! (ADI 

POLL SHOWS SANFORO CATCHING SEN. BROYHILL 

EVANGELIST ROBERTSON STUMPS FOR 3ROYHILL 

WAS FOOD SALES TAX AN UNPARDOM ABLE SIN? 

RELIGIOUS LABELS WRONG IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

CANDIDATES AVOin NEGATIVE POLITICS 

BROYHILL IN AREA COURTING MINORITY BUSINESS LEADERS 

LET'S HOPE WHITLEY, HELMS WERF WRONG 

CAMPAIGN TOUGHENING JORDAN 

MARTIN, JORDAN CONTINUE SPARRING ON STATE POWERS 

POLL: BRUYHILL, SANFORO IN DEAD HEAT 

BROYHILL DEFENDS HIS VOTE ON SOUTH AFRICAN SANCTIONS 

REAGAN RALEIGH BGUNO TO AID BROYHILL 

SANFORD RAPS BROYHILL ON EOUCATION RECORO 

REAGAN TO CAMPAIGN FOR BROYHILL 

SANFORO KEEPS HIS WORD 

FALLING MIKES CAN'T SILENCE SANFORO 

SANFORD RAPS BROYHILL RECORO ON EDUCATION 

TICKETS FOR RFAGAN 

REAGAN, N.C. SENATORS WRONG NOT TO BACK S. AFRICA SANCTIONS 

HERRINGTUN CRITICIZED FOR DUMP REMARKS 















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6/23/86 


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6/25/86 


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6/30/86 


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S 2 


6/30/86 


A 


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H 2 


7/01/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 




S 2 


7/01/86 


B 


6 




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H 2 


7/03/R6 


D 


5 


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N 




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7/01/R6 


A 


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N 




H 2 


7/04/86 


A 


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N 




H 2 


7/04/R6 


A 


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7/04/86 


A 


4 




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7/06/86 





4 




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H 2 


7/07/86 


C 


10 




N 




H 2 


7/01/86 


A 


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H 2 


7/01/86 


A 


17 


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7/01/86 


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7/01/86 


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7/10/86 


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7/11/96 


A 


11 




N 




H 2 


7/13/86 


c 


1 


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H 2 


7/13/86 


c 


14 




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7/14/86 


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H 2 


7/15/86 


A 


1 


P 


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S 2 


7/15/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 




S 2 


7/16/86 


A 


18 




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H 2 


7/17/66 


C 


9 




N 




S 2 


7/18/86 


A 


6 




J 




S 2 


7/18/86 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


7/20/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


7/22/86 


A 


2 


p 


J 




S 2 


7/22/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


7/27/86 


c 


5 




N 




H 2 


7/27/86 


c 


11 




N 




H 2 


7/21/86 


A 


2 




N 




H 2 


7/29/86 


A 


10 




N 




S 2 


7/21/86 


A 


5 


P 


N 




H 2 


7/30/86 


D 


4 




N 




H 2 


7/31/86 


A 


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N 




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7/31/86 


A 


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H 2 


8/01/86 


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5 




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8/08/86 


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8/08/86 


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B/09/86 


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8/09/86 


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9/11/86 


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8/12/86 


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8/13/86 


A 


16 




N 




S 2 


9/14/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


8/16/86 


C 


2 


p 


N 




H 2 


8/1 8/86 


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3 


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8/H/86 


A 


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8/11/86 


A 


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H 2 


9/26/86 


A 


4 




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9/28/86 


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9/29/86 


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9/01/86 


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9/02/86 


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9/03/86 


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9/04/66 


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9/04/86 


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9/07/86 


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9/09/86 


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9/10/86 


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9/11/86 


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9/12/86 


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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 t/09/67 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 1YL 

HEL«S: REAGAN GAVE IN TO GANGSTERS FOR DANILOFF S 2 10/02/86 C 7 N 

JAPAN RULE MAY AID AMERICAN CIGARETTES S 7 10/04/86 A 1 P 8 

WILL REAGAN TRIP HELP BROYHILL? H 2 10/05/86 C J 1 40 

N.C. GOP LEADER REBOUNDS FROM FELONY CONVICTION H 2 10/05/86 r 1 N 

"J W » N « "AVE A CONTEST TO SEE WHO CAN HIT SOFTEST? ICART00N1 H 7 10/05/86 D 4 T T 56 

RFAGAN VISITS RALEIGH TODAY fj 1 10/08/86 A 1 N 

SENATE STAR-GAZING A ONE-SIDEO AFFAIR H 2 0/08/86 A ' 

MORAL ISSUES FAVOR BROYHILL H 2 10/08/96 A 

SANFORO WOULD BF A GREAT LEADER „ 2 10/08/66 A 

WHERE DOES SANFORO STAND? H 2 0/08/86 A 

BROYHILL FEATURED AT GOP PIG PICKIN' S 3 10/09/86 C 

REAGAN: BROYHILL ELFCTION IS CRUCIAL S | 0/0B/8?, a 

SANFORO LETTER ASKS FOR 522.000 S 7 10/08/86 A 

PRESIDENT WOOS DEMOS FOR GOP H 2 0/09/66 A 

SANFOPD: -TAX TIME- BETTER FOR STATE'S CHILDREN H 2 10/09/86 A 

oc^iRfc T .^S^ S '„ 8 y T SECURITY NO LAUGHING MATTER TO OFFICERS H 2 10/09/8°, A 

REAGAN'S AERIAL BATHROOM DOESN'T IMPRESS JOOY , 9, BUT 2 KITCHENS... H 2 10/09/86 A 

CLF«THr I T5l= C {2?ftlS N T,UIL T ° HELP S0UIHERN SENATORS H 2 10/59/86 A 

SANFORO'S BLUFF FAILS „ 2 lO/lO/SI A 

DOUBLE CONTRIBUTIONS POSSIBILITY COULD ALTER SENATE RACE H 2 lo/ll/nt i . 

IS SENATE CAMPAIGN A REAGAN REFERENDUM? S 2 10/17/86 D 4 F 

SB? S,K I I5o , ?.B?SSr5 L fo F §guSg? aF T ^TUN T ?G H ? R,VE a °' * < p ft* 

i^NF°oS8- H 5u?D H !NCR^^SAS^ r " H SIM! I p I L " a 

RALLY PLANNED FOR SEN. BROYHILL H 7 10/(1/86 A 15 N 

SEN. BROYHILL BEGINS 2-DAY WHISTLF STOP S 2 10/1/86 A I P 8 

BUSH WITHIN BOUNDS IN TURNING DOWN VISIT I I ln>ll>R6 A J F 

A GENTLFMANLY DEBATE u 7 ,n/l4/a£ A 2 c 

iRSvSiPLfi a ?!Sp5??g A ?Hfi?, s i!. M KiJ » * io/U/rI J ! . uo 

BRUYHILL'S CAMPAIGN CHUGS ALONG H ? In/14/86 A 7 p w 

BROYHILL LIKES WHISTLE-STOP CAMPAIGNING S 2 0/14/86 B IN 

SANFORO RAPS OPPUNENT ON NUCLFAR DUMP ISSUE H I 0/15/86 B ? P N 

BROYHILL SAYS CAMPAIGN TAKING NEGATIVE TURN S 2 0/5/86 B 2 PN L 40 

BROYHILL RELISHES IMAGE AS WASHINGTON INSIOER S 2 10/15/86 A 8 P N 

BROYHILL: SANFORO EFFORT 'NEGATIVF' S 7 0/15/86 C 1 P N 

FOOD P TArii''uF N 1r« 3 5Tn^, P4C " M:iNeY PERCENT »6E S ! lS/15/86 C N M 6 

SANFORO WOULD HELP LIBERALS H 2 10/17/86 A 4 I 

SANFORD IOURS COMMUNITY COLLEGES H 2 10/17/66 A 19 N 

•WHINING WOMAN' SIGNS AUTOGRAPHS H I 0/7/8°, A 19 P N 

BROYHILL STRESSES MILITARY STRENGTH „ 2 0/7/86 A 19 8 

BROYHILL-SAHFORD RACE A DEAD ^AT, POLL FINOS S 2 10/17/86 C * N 

SENATE HOPEFULS TRADE BARBS ON NATIONAL DEFENSE. FARMING H 2 10/18/86 A 12 P N 

SANFORO WANTS TO TAX MURE; BROYHILL SEEKS SPENOING CUT S 2 10/18/66 A 4 L 

BROYHILL TO CONCENTRATE ON PI"=OMONT CAMPAIGNING | 2 10/18/66 C 7 N 

BROYHILL. MARTIN PRESS ATTACK AT RALLY H 2 10/19/86 C 1 N 

LOYALTY TO POLITICAL PARTIES NOT A FLAW H 2 0/19/86 D 4 F 

SENATE FOES INTENSIFY FIRE H 2 0/20/86 B I N 

BROYHILL, SANFORD TAKF OFF GLOVES S 2 10/20/86 C 7 J 

BROYHILL MISSES CHARLOTTE FORUM H 2 0/21/86 A 14 N 

SANFORO ASSAILS 'CODDLE COMMUNISTS' STATEMENT H 2 0/2/86 A 4 N 

SANFORO SAYS GOP ATTACK 'IRRELEVANT, IRRESPONSIBLE' S 2 10/21/86 C 5 N 

BROYHILL CONFUSES VOTERS H 2 10/22/86 A 4 L 

S5i^JLLW|LL HELP REAGAN \\ i [^iVAt A 4 L 

WHERE'S THE PAYOFF? H210/22/86A4 I 

SANFORD CHARGES BROYHILL 'STRUCK OUT' ON TEXTILES H 2 10/22/8°, C 7 N 

CLOSE SENATE RACES MAKE DEMOCRATS BULLISH S 2 10/2VB6 B 6 N 
^ti^ HD r F . I ^S C l5, P t RT ° f CAMPAIGN WITH LOANS HE GUARANTEED PERSONALLY S 2 10/22/86 C 15 N 

SENATE CANDIDATES TRADE CHARGES ON TAX INCREASES H 2 10/23/86 C 8 P N 

SANFORD ASSAULTS TAXPAYERS H 7 0/23/86 A 4 L 

IT WAS A POLITICAL RALLY „ 2 10/23/66 A 4 L 

FOOD TAX DREAM ISSUE OF CAMPAIGN S 7 10/23/86 A 5 1 

SANFORD RAPS BROYHILL SPENDING VOW | 2 10/23/86 A 12 N 

DOLE PRAISES BROYHILL AS REAGAN SUPPORTER S 7 10/23/66 C 8 P N 

SERVICE RECORD REMAINS ISSUE [N SENATE RACE 5 7 10/23/8° C 9 N 

BROYHILL. SANFORO CONTINUE HAMMERING AT CHARGES H 2 10/24/66 C 5 N 

BROYHILL, SANFORD EXCHANGE SHARP WORDS AT PRESBYTERIANS' BARBECUE S 2 10/24/86 in N 

CONFUSION FEARED WITH TWO SENATE RACES ON BALLOT H 2 10/25/86 All N 

SANFORO "PATS" BRTYHILL ON FARM ISSUES RECORD H 2 10/25/86 A 1 N 

BRuYHILL, SANFORO AVOID ISSUES ON WHICH IHEY STRONGLY DIFFER S 7 10/25/86 B 9 J 

BALLOT MAY CONFUSE VOTERS 5 2 10/25/86 C 1 P N 

BROYHILL SAYS REAGAN TO VISIT H 2 0/26/86 C IN 

CAUTION EXPECTED IN FINAL DAYS OF TIGHT SENATE RACE H 2 10/26/86 C 3 N 

PACS POUR MONEY INTO ELECTION S 2 10/26/86 C 13 N 

'^ul^VLri" ,C " T00N ' H 2 10/27/86 i il! R56 

PRIDE IS BACK H 7 10/27/86 A 5 I 

BROYHILL LEADS SANFORO IN CONTRIBUTIONS H 2 10/27/86 All N 

BROYHILL, SANFORD CAMPS TRADE BARBS ABOUT REAGAN H 2 10/27/86 A 14 N 

SANFORO SAYS BROYHILL'S RFCORT PUTS 'PROFITS OVER PEOPLE' H 2 10/28/86 A 9 p N 

BROYHILL SAYS REAGAN VISIT TODAY SHOULD BOOST CAMPAIGN H 2 0/29/66 A 9 P N 

CANDIDATES PROOFING VOTERS TO PTLLS H f 0/78/66 C 3 8 

SANFORD, BROYHILL SWAP THOUGHTS ON REAGAN VISIT S 2 10/28/66 C 3 N 

ARE THINGS PETTER OFF? H | o/jS/nt i 4 ? 

STRANGE ACTIONS H 2 10/29/86 A 5 L 

FIGHTING AMERICA-BASHERS S 7 0/79/6! A 5 L 

SANFORD TECHNICAL FLAWS H 2 0/79/86 A 5 L 

REAGAN VISITS N.C. TO PRAISE TROYHILL H 2 10/29/66 C 14 P N 

SANFORD RIDICULES UPPONENT AS 'JUMBO TAXES BROYHILL' H 2 10/29/bJ C 4 M 

SANFORD BEST CANDIDATE TO WORK FUR WORLD PEACE S 7 10/29/66 A 5 L 

MINORITIES FORM BROYHILL GROUP | 2 10/29/86 C 1 N 

SR E SYHiLL° R rlRffinNV AS EX0E, " E ^ E S 2 lo/lv"! C 11 P N 

BROYHILL (CARTOON) u p 10/30/86 A ATT R5^ 

SANFORD, BROYHILL: WHO'S FUR BUSINESS? H 2 0/30/8S A 4 L 

BROYHILL STRUCK OUT K 2 0/30/86 A 4 L 

FOOD TAX DIDN'T HELP H 2 10/30/86 A 4 L 

A CALL TO CROSS LINES H 2 0/30/6? A 4 L 

ONE-WORLD GOVERNMENT AHEAD? H 2 10/30/86 A 4 L 

BUSH THE BIG SPENDER S \ IJ/30/86 A 4 L 

SIERRA CLUB BACKS SANFO»0 „ \ n/30/66 B 3 N 

ETHNIC GROUP ENDORSES BROYHILL FOR SENATE H 2 0/30/86 H 9 N 

BROYHILL SAYS SUB WILL BE NAMED USS 'ASHEVILLE' H 2 0/30/86 D 11 N 

SANFORD BLAMES DEFICITS ON GOP „ | 0/30/86 D N 

THURMOND CAMPAIGNS FOR BROYHILL AND COBEY H 2 0/30/66 Oil N 

CHRISTIAN RIGHT SUPPURT IN SE'IATE RACE UNCERTAIN S 2 0/30/86 A 19 N 

DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ENOOR SE E XU M i 7 6/30/86 C 6 N 

BROYHILL FOR BROYHILL H 2 10/31/8? A 5 L 

SANFORD: BROYHILL HASN'T DUNE ENOUGH TO HELP FARMERS H 2 10/31/86 A 16 N 

SEN. HELMS PRAISES BROYHILL AND SDI H 2 10/3/86 A 16 N 

BROYHILL CALLS FOR PROBE OF MEDICAL CARE AT BASES H I 0/31/8° A 16 N 

POLL SHOWS SANFORD WITH SLIM LEAD S 2 0/3/86 A 16 N 

SIGN INCIDENTS CALLED AN I I -RRJ YH | L L CAMPAIGN H 2 0/3/86 B ° N 

UNC POLL: SANFORD HOLDING THIN LEAD S f 0/3/86 A 1 N 

BROYHILL CALLS SANFORD 'GHOST FRUM THE PAST' H 2 11/01/86 4 N 

SANFORO SAYS OPPONENT'S CAMPAIGN SLOWING H 2 11/01/66 4 N 

HELMS CHARGES DEMOCRATS TRYING TO SCARE VOTERS H 2 11/01/66 4 N L40 

BROYHILL SHOULD BE ELECTED S 2 /01/86 A 4 L 

SANFORD, BROYHILL KEEP SLUGGING AWAY H 2 11/07/66 C 1 N 

BROYHILL, SANFORD RFLISH CAMPAIGN TRAIL H 2 11/07/86 D 1 P N L 40 

SENATE CANDIDATES RECAP ISSUES, IHEIR VIEW OF GOVERNMENT: BRUYHILL H 2 11/J2/H6 D 4 T F 

I DON'I UNDERSTAND TERRY SANFORO... ICARIOONI H 2 11/03/66 A 4 T T P56 

GROUP ENOORSES THREE GOP CANDIDATES H 2 11/03/86 C 4 N 



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12/31/86 



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BLACK PAC BACKS BROYHILL; SANFORD LEADS 

MARTIN STUMPS FOK BROYHILL 

TAR HEELS" VOTE CRUCIAL 

DURHAM BALLOT COMPLICATED; ORANGE TO OtCIDE HOT RACE 

PARTIES GET A BOOST 

SANFORD MAKES LAST PITCH ON HOME FIELD 

BROYHILL. SANFQRO MAKE FINAL CAMPAIGN STOPS 

TURNUUT HEAVY IN DURHAM PRECINCTS 

BROYHILL. SANFORO EMPLOY DIFFERENT CAMPAIGN STYLES 

SANFORO WINDS UP CAMPAIGN IN OURHAM 

N.C. SENATE RACE COSTLY 

SANFORD ELECTED SENATOR: FORMER GOVERNOR OUSTS BROYHILL IN CLOSE RACE 

SANFORD BEATS ODDS WITH OIGNIFIED RACE 

U.S. SENATE 

DEMOCRATS BPEAK GOP'S 6-YEAR HOLO ON SENATE 

ELECTION '66: U.S. SENATE, N.C. SENATE. CONGRESS 

HOMETOWN VOTERS GIVE SANFORD BOOST TOWARD VICTORY 

DURHAM GAVE SANFURD BIG BOOST TOWARD WIN 

SANFORO COUNTY-RY-COUNTY 

DEMOCRATS ELECTEO IN ORANGE 

SANFORD SAYS WIN HELPED TIE PARTY TOGETHER 

FOR SANFORD. IT'S A WHOLE NEW CAREER 

OURHAM RETURNS FOR SENATE. CONGRESS. BONDS 

COBEY'S FALL TIED TO FATE OF JIM BROYHILL 

HELMS MAY MOVE TO FOREIGN RELATIONS 

SEEDS OF 1990 VENOM MAY HAVE BEEN SOWN 

SANFORD: WORK. LUCK BROUGHT WIN 

POCKETBGOK ISSUES. ORGANIZATION C I TFQ IN SANFORD'S WIN 

SEN. HELMS MAY SWITCH COMMITTEES 

UNC PROF: SANFORO OFFENSIVE LF TO WIN 

PACS' BIG BUCKS WERE LOSERS 

DON'T BLAME CHRISTIANS IN SENATE RACE 

HELMS' SOUR GRAPES 

POLITICAL LIFE CHANGES IN 2-PARTY NORTH CAROLINA 

ABORTION RIGHTS NO LONGER POLITICAL DEATH, ACTIVISTS SAY 

SANFORD DISPLAYS POST-ELECTION HUMOR 

SEN. SANFORO TO BE SWORN IN ON DEC. 10 

BROYHILL MAY BE IN LINE TO BE SFC CHAIRMAN 

INDEPENDENTS SEEN AS SANFORO MARGIN 

SPURNED AT FIPST, SENATOR AT LAST 

MARTIN EYES ELECTION DEADLINE WITH COLUMN FOR MINORITIES 

MARTIN 'TALKED WITH' BROYHILL ABOUT N.C. COMMERCE POST 

ELECTION RESULTS CERTIFIED 

POPE APPOINTED COMMERCE HEAD 

POPE, BPOYHILL NAMEO TO STATE POSTS 

BROYHILL'S STAFF CLOSES THE 'SHOP' 

THREE NEWCOMERS LEARNING ABOUT LIFE IN CONGRESS 

BROYHILL OUTSPENT SANFORD IN SENATE RACE 

REPUBLICANS MEET IN EFFORT TO END FEUD 

ABANDONING 'NEW IMAGE,' DEMOCRATS FALL IN BEHIND AN OLD PARTY WARHORSE 

RKCYHILL, LOUISE ROBBINS 

MRS. BROYHILL TO SPEAK TO REPUBLICAN WOMEN 

MRS. BKOYHILL TO CAMPAIGN FOR HUSBAND 

SENATE CANDIDATES' WIVES: DURHAM CAN PROUDLY CLAIM BOTH 

BROYHILL, PAUL H. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

RKUBECK, DAVE 

NEW ISSUES BRING BACK BRUBECK- SMI TH COMBINATION 

BRUCE, TOM 

CITY ALSO PLANS TO CONSERVE 

DURHAM OBEYING LIMITS ON WATER USE, CITY SAYS 

DURHAM PROBES WATER-USE COMPLAINTS 

FURTHER WAIER RESTRICTIONS THREATEN TRIANGLE BUSINESSES 

PANEL ALTERS WATER-USE CURBS 

2 PLANS PROPOSE DURHAM HELP OWASA WITH WATER 

CITY UNABLE TO CONFIRM TANKER REPORT 

BRUCK, ROBERT L. DR. 

TREES DYING ON N.C. MOUNTAIN; SCIENTISTS STUMPED BY CAUSE 
RESEARCHER: FORESTS SICKENING ON APPALACHIANS HIGH SUMMITS 

"KUMFIELO, MARY (CHAPEL HILLI (UFCFASEDI 
WOMAN DIES FROM GUNSHOT WOUND 
DEATH BELIEVED TO BE SUICIDE 
OBITUARY 

BRUHMITT, DEBRA A. 

BUSINESS OWNERS FIRST HAO A CP EAM 

RRUNEAU, DAN 

ON THE (BUMPYI TRAIL OF THE PERFECT APARTMENT 

COVERAGE OF PRESS CONFERENCE BIASED IN SUPPORT OF GULLEY 

CRACK HI TS TRIANGLE 

BRUNEY. LORI 

FANFARE: ET CETERA 



BRYAN, A. M. 

MATERNITY LEAVES NEEDED 

BRYAN, EUGENE X. (DECEASED! 

FORMER NEW BERN PUBLISHER IS OEAD 

BRYAN, FREO A. DR. 

INSTITUTE GETS S4.4 MILLION CONTRACT FOR AIDS STUDIES 

BRYAN, JAMES A. (UNC-CHI 

DOCTOR SAYS PHYSICIANS FEEL PRESSURE TO RELEASE MEOICARE PATIENTS UUIKER 
SPEAKER BLASTS 'HALFWAY' MEDICAL PROCEDURES 

BRYAN, JOSrPH M. 

PHILANTHROPIST BRYAN TO BE HONORED TUOAY 

PHILANTHROPIST'S BIRTHDAY CELEbRATED 

•HOPE': HIGH PRAISE LAUNCHES BRYAN CENTER 

DUKE GETS U MILLION f nooh mENT 

COLUMNIST'S SFCRcT: SHE HAS BRIGHT FRIENDS 

DUKE GKCUNUBR C AK ING HONORS BRYAN 

DUKE RESEARCH CENTER A BUILDING FOR HOPE 

BRYAN A LINK TO MASTERS TRADITION 

GOVERNOR PRFSENTS N.C. AWARD TO FIVE PEOPLE 

BRYAN, KATHEF1NE MORGAN (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BRYAN, KATHLEEN PRICE (DECEASEDI 

•HOPE': HIGH PRAISE LAUNCHES BRYAN CENTER 

DUKE GETS 11 MILLION ENOOWMENT 

DUKE GROUNDBREAKING HONORS BRYAN 

DUKE RESEARCH CENTER A BUILDING FOR HOPE 







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12/18/86 


A 


20 


p 


N 




S 2 


12/27/86 


A 


9 


p 


U 




H ? 


2/05/86 


B 


14 




N 




H 2 


4/10/86 


A 


19 




N 




H 2 


6/10/86 





5 




U 


G33 


H 2 


1/01/86 


D 


4 




N 




H 2 


6/06/86 


D 


4 




R 


S66 


S 2 


7/07/86 


A 


I 




N 


885 


S 2 


7/15/86 


A 


1 




N 


W82 


S 2 


7/18/86 


A 


I 




N 


T85 


S 2 


7/19/B6 


A 


1 




N 


W82 


S 2 


7/22/86 


c 


I 




N 


R85 


S 2 


7/26/86 


A 


I 




N 


R85 


S 2 


8/04/06 


c 


1 




N 


H70 


S 2 


5/03/86 


A 


14 


p 


N 




H 2 


8/1 1/86 


A 


11 


p 


N 




H 2 


9/26/86 


B 


5 




N 




S 2 


9/26/86 


C 


2 









H 2 


9/27/86 


A 


12 




n 




H I 


10/11/86 


C 


I 


p 


>i 




S 2 


7/18/66 


C 


1 




j 


R85 


S 2 


7/24/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


10/17/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


12/23/86 


D 


4 


p 


N 




H 2 


7/07/86 


C 


10 




N 




H 2 


7/04/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


8/13/86 


C 


2 




a 




H 2 


10/08/86 


C 


1 


p 


N 


M97 



2 3/16/86 C 12 N 

3 10/17/86 B 1 P N K65 



H 2 2/11/86 A 12 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 


2/12/86 
2/13/86 
2/13/86 
2/13/86 
2/13/86 
2/17/86 
4/20/86 
11/22/06 


B 
A 
A 
A 

A 

A 

B 
A 


7 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
5 

Q 


P 
P 

P 
P 

P 
P 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 


330 

B30 
M06 

C49 


H 2 


3/14/66 


C 


7 









H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


2/13/66 
2/13/66 
2/13/66 
2/17/66 


A 

A 
A 
A 


1 
I 
1 

4 


P 
p 


N 
N 
N 
E 


R30 
M06 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX bY 

1/01/S6 - 12/31/16 



BRYAN, MAJHRIE CAPEN (DECEASED! (CHAPEL HILL) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BRYAN* NANCY 

HONOR OUR TEACHERS TODAY 

BRYAN. SUSAN 

HISTORY OF GRANVILLE COUNTY SAVED IN HISTORIC BUILDING 

BRYAN, WILEY M. IRALEIGH) 

AMERICA SHOULD NOT ABANDON AHTRAK 

BRYAN, WILLIAM PRESTON 

AIR CONDITIONER THEFT 

GUNMAN HITS SOUTH SQUARE MALL CAFETERIA 

BRYANT. ALEXANDER (OECEASEOl 

MAN ACQUITTED IN MURDER CASE IS SHOT TO OEATH 

°RYANT, OONNA 

STUDY SHOWS QAY-CARE NO THREAT TO BONDING 

BRYANT, ELLA 

TRIBUTE TO A FRIEND 

BRYANT, EUSTACE 

MAN CHAPGEO WITH ATTEMPTED muo u er 
SHOT FIRED AT GIRL! MAN IS CHARGED 

BRYANT, IRENE 

WOMAN DISCOVERS SECRET OF -MAGIC AT CHRISTMASTIME 

BRYANT, KELVIN 

FANFARE: ET CETERA 

FOOTBALL PRACTICE BEGINS THIS WEEK AT AREA COLLEGES 

BRYANT STALLED, WILLIAMS IN WITH REDSKINS 

EX-UNC STAR BRYANT FINALLY MA<ES BIG JUMP 

THE UPSTARTS 'BLEW IT 1 

SKINS STUCK ON HOW TO USE BRY4NT 

BRYANT GETS TOUCHDOWN IN NFL EXHIBITION OEBUT 

BRYANT, SKINS HAR RYAN DEBUT 

ON THE SIDEL INES... BRYANT OUT AT LEAST SIX WEEKS 

REDSKINS AWAIT BRYANT'S RETURN 

BRYANT, LACY HENPY JR. 

MAN CHARGED WITH THREATENING PHONE CALLS 

THREATENING PHONE CALLS COST JEEKENOS IN JAIL FOR A YEAR 

BRYANT, MARY FLORENCE BASS ISANFORDI IOECEASEU1 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

BRYANT, N1ANNE 

BRIDEGROOM THINKS THE LORD HAJ HAND IN THIS RELATIONSHIP 

BRYANT, PAUL "BEAR- 
ONE NIGHT IN BIRMINGHAM... 

BRYANT. POSEY LEON "RED" (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

BRYANT. RALPH (DECEASED) 
OPITU1RY 

BRYANT. SHIRLEY ANN (TRINITYI 

MAN ACQUITTED IN MURDER CASE IS SHOT TO DEATH 

BRYANT, STEVEN J. 

BRYANT TO FILL JUOGE'S SLOT 

BRYANT. VICTOR JR. 

HAPPY 3UAFFER PORTRAIT CAUGHT LAWYER'S EYE 

BRYANT, VICTOR S. SR. 

HAPPY QUAFFER PORTRAIT CAUGHT LAWYER'S EYE 

BRYANT, WILLA C. OR.. 

DURHAM BLACKS VISIT BUDGET MEET 

BRYSON. A. JOHN 

RESIDENTS' OBJECTIONS SPUR DAY-CARE DENIAL 

BRYSON. Penny (SEVEN SPRINGS) 
SUPPORT VA HOSPITALS 

BRYS3N, BLANCHE (DECEASED) 

HAN INDICTED FOR STRANGLING F"RSYTH WOMAN 

ORYSON, DEBORAH 

RESIOENTS' OBJECTIONS SPUR DAY-CARE DENIAL 

BRYSON, E. C. JR. 

BRESSLEP SUIT CHALLENGES REJECTED 

BRYSON. PA':DV (OURHAM ACAOEMYI 

FERTILE MINOS SPAWN OFFBEAT INVENTIONS 

BRYSON. ZULIA KETCHIE (OECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

8RZEZINKSI. ZBIGNIEW 

BRZEZINKSI: BLUCKAOE BETTER T"AN BO"3ING OF LIBYA 

BuCHANA'., Baxter m. 

3C-VEAR bMPLOYE c S 

honoring employees 

Buchanan. Charles Daniel ichapel hi ll i ioeceased) 
obi TuARY 

Buchanan, donna carrigan 

IS AfcSOV CASE STILL OPEN? 

FATAL BLAZE ID YEARS AGD STILL CAUSES ANGUISH, ANGER 

ARSON CASE NEEDS ASSESSMENT BY SBI 

Buchanan, jack (OECEASEOl 

RUTHERFORD BANKER FOUND HANGED 

BUCHANAN, "AOCELLUS 

LEGISLATOR SAYS COMPLAINT PROMPTED PROBE 

BUCHANAN, PAT 

...YOU DEMOCRATS WON THE FIRST ROUND... (CARTOON) 
A LIST OF FELLOW SHIRKERS 



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P D 


DATE 


S 

E 

C 


PG 


I 
L 

L 


T 
Y 
P 3YL 




H 2 
H 2 


2/1T/86 
2/I9/P6 


A 

c 


10 

2 










H 2 


3/04/86 


A 


4 




L 




H I 


11/05/66 


C 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


2/07/B6 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 
S 2 


7/14/96 
7/14/86 


A 
C 


11 
1 




N 

N 




H 2 


12/24/66 


8 


2 




N 




H 2 


8/25/R6 


C 


1 




N (J80 




H 2 


2/24/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 

H 2 


2/11/86 
2/12/66 


c 

B 


1 

7 




N 
N 




S 2 


12/31/86 


A 


1 


D 


N B85 




H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
h 2 


7/1B/86 
9/10/66 
9/13/86 
8/14/66 
3/19/86 
3/22/86 
8/24/66 
9/06/e6 
9/16/66 
10/21/66 


C 
B 

D 
A 
C 
B 
D 

B 


3 
8 
1 
1 
4 
I 
6 
1 
1 
4 


P 

P 
P 

P 

P 


N 

N C36 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 




H 2 

H 3 


7/19/66 
9/05/86 


B 

B 


3 

5 




N 

N W27 




H 2 

H 2 


12/09/86 
12/10/86 


C 
C 


6 
6 










H 2 


4/20/66 


E 


7 


P 


c C80 




S 2 


10/07/86 


8 


1 


D 


■J 018 




H ? 


4/12/B6 


C 


4 









H 2 


12/24/66 


A 


6 









H 2 


12/24/86 


B 


2 




N 




S 2 


10/15/86 


C 


13 




N 




h 2 


3/16/B6 


C 


1 


P 


'J L57 




H 2 


3/15/86 


c 


1 


P 


U L57 




S 2 


3/05/R6 


A 


1 


P 


N »6« 




S 2 


10/14/66 


B 


1 




N H7D 




H 2 


1/13/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


7/09/86 


C 


11 




N 




S 2 


10/14/66 


8 


1 




N H70 




H 2 


10/09/66 


A 


1 




N S92 




H 2 


2/20/66 


e 


1 


Y 


N B30 




h 2 


11/29/86 


c 


2 









H 2 


4/24/96 


8 


3 




N 




h 2 
S 2 


12/15/96 
12/15/86 


A 
C 


13 
4 


P 
P 


P S76 
P S76 




H 2 


3/12/66 


A 


8 









H 2 

H 2 
H 2 


4/17/86 
6/15/86 
6/19/66 


A 
A 
A 


4 
1 
4 




L 

N A 54 

c 




H 2 


12/15/66 


8 


7 




N 




H 2 


1/39/86 


A 


17 




N 




h 2 
H 2 


3/23/66 
5/06/86 


D 
A 


4 

4 


T 


T R56 
U W09 





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1/01/06 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 



RFMINISCES "ADE PUBLIC 
CHEERLEADERS HURT REAGAN 

BUCHANAN. 0. D. 

DETECTIVE SAYS FOUR FIRES SET 

SHERIFF'S MAJ. LOVE TO PETIRE: LEARY ANNOUNCES NINE PROMOTIONS 

BUCHANAN. ROBERT OR. 

HOSPITAL PLEADS CASE FOR DOING HEART SURGERY 

BUCHANAN, STUART DONALD (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASED! 
ACCIDENT KILLS CHAPEL HILL DRIVER. 25 

BUCHANAN. W. B. 

LAND PRICES HURTING PROGRESS ON ROADS. BOARD MEMdFRS SAY 

BUCHHEISTfcR. CARL WILLIAM (CHAPEL HILLI (DECFASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

8UCHWALD. ART 

CHILE'S BURNING QUESTION: WHAT MAKES HELMS BOIL? 

BUCK. JESSE DEAN 

COUPLE BOUND, ROBBED IN HOME 

BUCK. LLOYD 

MAN SAYS "E WAS ROBBED. BEATEN 

BUCK. MARY POWELL (DECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

BUCK. OWEN 

SUIT DISMISSED IN IBM SHOOTING CASE 

BUCKLEY. BOBBY (JAMAICAI 

WOMAN HACKED TO DEATH 

MAN BEING RFTURNEO TO FACE CHARGE 

BUCKLEY, BOBBY ROUFR 

MARTIN OFFERS REWARD IN MURDER CASE OF FRANKLIN WOMAN 

BUCKLEY, CLAY 

DUKE, UNC. STATE GET COMMITMENTS 

BUCKLEY, EDWARD DR. 

EYE EXAMINATION SHOULD BE ON 1ST GRADER'S LIST 
5 DURHAM OOCTORS IN SURGEONS GROUP 

BUCKLEY, REBECCA OR. 

MOTHER'S BONE MARROW GIFT OFFERS NEW LIFE TO SON 

BUCKNER, CARL 

DUKE PROGRAM TEACHES MAN, 42 , TO READ 

BUCKNER, THEODORE H. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BUDD, LOUIS J. OR. 

ASK BUDO ABOUT MARK TWAIN. ..FIND COMFORTABLE CHAIR 

BUEHLER, AL 

ALLEVA ELEVATED ON BLUE DEVILS' ATHLETIC LADOER 

BUFANO, BENIAMIO 

BUFANO SCULPTURE TO GREET CENTER'S VISITORS 

BUGNAR, RONNIE 

GROWTH CROWOS PERSON, GRANVILLE, FRANKLIN SCHOOLS 
PERSON BOARD MULLS 1 OPTIONS ON AIDES WHU DRIVE BUSES 
LOSS OF YOUNGER BUS ORIVERS WOULD LEAVE ROUTES UNFILLED 
PERSON OFFICIALS LOOK AT NEEDS OF SCHOOLS 

BUIE. OONNA 

•MS. EUIE. YOU'RE ON' 

BUIE SHINES IN 'COLOR PURPLE' 

BUTE. JIM 

MAKING MOVIES: IMAGINATION, EDITING CAN TAKE THE TORTURE FROM HOME VIDEO 

BULL. JOHN D. 

BULL GETS JOB AT N.C. STATE 

BULLARD, MOZELLE PHILLIPS I HI LL SBOR OUGH I (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BULLER, CLAUOE ICOMPUCHEMI 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

BULLINS, J. GRAY 

GREEN-TOBACCO ILLNESS BLAMED ON NICOTINE 

BULLINS, TYRONE COLUMBUS (REIDSVILLEI 

DURHAM MAN INDICTED IN COMPUT=R SCHEME 
COMPUTER HACKERS ARE SENTENCEO 

BULLOCK, ALFRED JR. (OECEASEOI 

GUNSHOT WOUNO CLAIMS MAN'S LIFE 

BULLOCK, ANNIE MAE (WILMINGTONI (OECFASEOI 
DAUGHTERS CHARGED IN DEATH 
WOMAN CONVICTED OF SUFFOCATING MOTHER 

BULLOCK, ANTHONY WAYNE IDECEASEDI 

STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH IN DORMITORY AT NCCU 

NCCU STUDENT SHOT TO DEATH AT DORMITORY 

POLIC c "AY HAVE SUSPECT IN NCCU STUOENT'S DEATH 

MAN SOUGHT IN SHOOTING AT NCC'J 

NCCU BOARO TOLD ENROLLMENT UP, STUDENTS BETTER QUALIFIEO 

MURDER BRINGS TIGHTER NCCU SECURITY 

NCCU SECURITY EFFORT A POSITIVE UNDERTAKING 

POLICE ACTIVELY PURSUE CASES IN 5 YET-UNSOLVED MURDERS 

MARTIN OFFERS REWARD IN NCCU KILLING 

BULLOCK, ARNOLO (VANCE CO.) 

FIVE FILE FOR VANCE SHERIFF 

VANCE SHERIFF RACE: BULLOCK SEEKING TOP LAW JOB 

SHERIFF TOPS VANCE COUNTY RACE 

VANCE SHERIFF COULD FACE RUNOFF 

BULLOCK CALLS RUNOFF FOR VANCE COUNTY SHERIFF 

MCGHEE WINS VANCE SHERIFF'S RACE 

BULLnCK, CHARLES JR. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BULLOCK, CHEVILLE JEAN 

3 PEOPLE INJURED IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 



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E 
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DATE 


S 
E 
C 


PG 


I T 
I Y 
L P 


BYL 


H 

H 


2 
2 


12/23/R6 
12/26/86 


A 
A 


4 
4 


E 
E 




H 
H 


2 
2 


10/26/86 
12/20/86 


C 
C 


1 
I 


N 
N 




H 


2 


10/22/86 


c 


I 


N 


C60 


H 


2 


2/04/86 


c 


4 







H 


2 


I2/30/B6 


B 


I 


N 


046 


H 


2 


7/27/86 


c 


2 







H 


2 


7/22/R6 


A 


5 


U 




H 


2 


12/30/86 


B 


1 


N 




H 


2 


2/23/86 


B 


6 


N 




H 


2 


3/04/86 


A 


12 







H 


2 


10/05/86 


c 


4 


P N 




H 
H 


2 
1 


7/26/86 
12/06/86 


c 

B 


3 
1 


N 
H 




S 


2 


10/16/86 


A 


15 


N 




H 


2 


11/12/86 





1 


N 


071 


H 

s 


2 
2 


8/21/86 
11/19/86 


D 
C 


9 
4 


N 

N 


D80 


H 


2 


11/04/86 


B 


I 


P F 


C60 


H 


2 


9/29/86 


B 


9 


N 


080 


H 


2 


1/03/86 


C 


5 







H 


2 


1/27/86 


B 


I 


P G 


F50 


H 


2 


7/17/86 





3 


P N 




S 


2 


4/05/86 


A 


2 


P N 




H 

H 
H 
H 


1 
1 
1 
I 


1/28/86 

3/27/86 

9/18/86 

11/18/86 


C 
B 
B 
C 


1 
3 
t 
1 


N 
M 
N 
N 


seo 

S80 

sen 


H 
S 


2 
2 


1/18/86 
1/23/86 


B 
D 


2 
3 


P P 
P R 


T37 
871 


H 


2 


3/21/86 





1 


T F 




S 


2 


7/08/86 


c 


4 


N 




H 


2 


12/13/86 


C 


6 







H 


2 


3/05/06 


A 


2 


N 




H 


2 


9/03/86 


A 


11 


N 




S 
H 


2 
2 


3/27/86 
10/11/86 


C 
B 


1 
4 


N 
N 




S 


2 


6/09/86 


C 


1 


N 




H 
H 


2 
I 


5/05/86 
12/06/86 


C 

B 


5 
9 


N 
N 




S 
H 
H 

H 
H 
S 
S 
S 

H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


8/30/86 
8/31/86 
5/01/86 
9/04/86 
9/18/86 
9/18/86 
9/20/86 
11/29/86 
12/17/86 


A 

C 

C 

a 

B 
A 
A 
A 



1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
6 


N 
N 
N 

n N 
N 
N 
E 

C N 
N 


T85 
X44 
M51 

J 40 
S84 

T85 


H 

H 

H 
H 
H 

H 


1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
I 


2/05/86 
5/02/86 
5/07/86 
5/08/86 
5/10/B6 
6/04/86 


B 

e 

C 
B 
C 

c 


I 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 


N 
H 

N 
N 

N 
N 




H 


2 


2/15/86 


c 


4 







H 


2 


8/14/86 


B 


3 


N 





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1/01/86 



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bullock, darrick (oxforoi 

man woundeo 3v shotgun blast 
han is wounded pv shotgun blast 

°ullock, donald larsen (creedmoor) 

four people are arrested afte' fight in creedmoor 

bullock, edith m. williams massev (oeceaseoi 
obituary 

bullock, edwin rovster 

gunman robs pizza restaurant, escapes 

8 arrested on drug charges 

nine facing charges after drug investigation 

grand jury indicts 8 fur orugc 

bullock, emma (henderson! ideceaseoi 
mrs. bullock, 102 

bullock, geneva lovetta (wicington) 
daughters charged ii death 

bullock, hugh oonnell < butnep i ideceaseoi 
butner man dies of gunshot 
obi tuary 

bullock, jacqueline 

church group seeks attorney general probe in woman's arson case 

appeals court upholts arson conviction 

a»scn conviction upheld 

woman's arson conviction called unjust 

debate of mrs. 3ull0ck-s arson conviction sought 

judge orders "rs. bullotk to begin serving sentence 

vigil is held for mrs. rulloc" 

minister to fast until mrs. bullock freeo 

bullock, joseph (franklintoni 

manslaughter charge to ?e filed 

bullock, leone butler ideceaseoi 
obituary 

bullock, linda 

women have befn misled 

bullock, linwooo ideceaseoi 
obituary 

bullock, michael dwayne itimberlakei ideceaseoi 

person high school stuoent killed, 3 injured [n accident 

bullock, michael sr . 

ex-durham magistrate to get new trial on abuse charges 

court says ex-magistrate will receive a new trail 

church group seeks attorney general probe in woman's arson tase 

secono trial begins in 8ull0c case 

PSYCHOLOGIST TESTIFIES Two CHILDREN har-ED 

BULLOCK TESTIFIES THAT HE DIDN'T "OLEST BOYS 

EX-MAGISTRATE CONVICTED, GETS LIFE SENTENCE 

BULLOCK, RICHARD EUGENE 

DURHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 

BULLOCK, RONNIE LEE 

MAN CHARGED WITH SEX CRIMES 

DURHAM GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO ON MURDER CHARGES 



IDECEASED1 



BULLOCK, ROSALINfl 
OBITUARY 

BULLOCK, SHARON 

BULLOCK TRAINS TALENTEO OANCERS 

BULLOCK, STAFFORD 

WAKE JUDGE WON'T RE TRIED FOR SHOVING 

WAKE D.A. WON'T PROSECUTE JUUG E ON SHOVING CLAIM 

BULLOCK, STEVE IFOISTER'S CAMERA STOREI 
DOSSIER: STEVE BULLOCK 

BULLOCK, TERESA RENEE (WILMINGTON! 
DAUGHTERS CHARGFD IN DEATH 
WOMAN CONVICTED OF SUFFOCATING MOTHER 

BULLOCK, IHJMAS BUXTON 

GUNMAN RGBS PIZZA RESTAURANT, ESCAPES 

8 ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGES 

NINE FACING CHARGES A"=TER D° UJ INVESTIGATION 

GRANO JURY INDICTS 3 FOR DRUGS 

COCAINE COUNt BRINGS SEVEN-YEAR TERM, t50,000 FINE 

THIRD COCAINE CASE DRAWS SIX-YEAR TERM 

BULLOCK, WILLIAM IBASKETBALL PLAYER! 

A STICKLER FQR DETAIL: PEANUT BUTTER THE ONLY DEFENSE FOR BULLOCK'S. 
BULLOCK LEADS ALL-TRIANGLE TEAM 

BULMAN. SANOY IRALEIGHI 
WINNING PHOTOGRAPH 

°ULTHUIS. JILL 

INTERNATIONAL CENTER'S ACCENT IS ON TEACHING SOUTHERN-ESE 

BUMGARDNER, LARRY T. 

CITY INSPECTORS NEED more OVERSIGHT 
A POUR LOSER 

BUMGARNER, E. K. 

CAN'T BLACKS MAKE THEIR OWN CHOICES? 

BUHGARNER, HERMAN 

BEREA FIRE 0E o ART"ENT IN DISPUTE OVER CHARTFR 
CONTROL DISPUTE SPLITS BEREA FIRE DEPARTMENT 

BU»PASS, MARK JR. IROX=OROI 

8 PEOPLE ARRESTED IN PERSON COUNTY DRUG INVESTIGATION 

BUMPASS. SHEILA 

MS. BUMPASS HONORED 

BUNN, BARBEE NESTLF IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BUNN, COLONEL HART"AN REV. 

THEY TOOK UP POISONOUS SERPENTS 



H 1 8/16/86 C 1 
S 2 8/16/86 C ? 



H 1 7/08/86 C 1 
H 2 4/23/86 C A 



S 2 2/27/36 C 1 

S 2 2/28/86 C 1 

H 2 3/02/B6 A 14 

S 2 4/22/86 A 7 



H 2 5/05/86 C 2 
H 2 5/05/86 C 5 



S 2 11/24/86 C 2 
H 2 11/25/86 A 6 



N T35 
'I 

N T35 



H 2 6/21/86 C 1 N S82 

H 2 8/06/86 C 10 N 

S 2 8/06/86 A 1 N 

S 2 9/02/86 C 1 N 

H 2 9/03/86 A 7 P N 

H 2 9/18/86 D 6 P N 

S 2 9/18/86 C I N T85 

S 2 9/19/86 C 1 N H70 



H 1 10/15/86 C 3 

H 2 10/04/86 A 8 

H 2 1/29/86 A 4 

H 2 10/04/86 A 8 

H 2 2/20/86 B 2 



H 2 3/96/86 B 1 

S 2 3/06/B6 C 1 

H 2 6/21/86 C 1 

H 2 7/22/B6 B 1 

H 2 7/23/86 C 1 

H 2 7/24/86 B 1 

H 2 7/25/86 B I 



S 2 7/09/86 4 1 



H 2 7/12/86 C 
H 2 9/23/86 A 




L 





N L4C 
N 

N S82 
N S32 
H S82 
N S82 
•I S82 



S 2 4/24/86 A 6 o F G59 



S 1 11/18/86 A 5 
H 2 1 1/19/86 B 16 



H 2 4/13/86 C 12 P G 



H 2 5/05/86 C 5 
H 1 12/06/86 B 9 



S 2 2/27/e6 C 1 N 

S 2 2/28/86 C 1 N TB5 

H 2 3/02/86 A 14 N 

S 2 4/22/86 A 7 N T85 

H 2 5/29/86 B 5 N 

H 2 5/30/86 C 6 N 



H 2 1/25/36 D I P N H41 
H 2 3/07/86 C ' P N 



S 2 3/15/86 A I P P 

H 2 11/24/86 B 6 N 810 



H 2 6/25/«6 A 4 
H 2 10/30/86 A 5 



H 2 5/13/86 A 



h 1 5/21/86 C 1 
H 2 6/21/B6 C 1 



N S80 
N S80 



H 1 6/29/86 B 5 N 

S 2 8/15/86 A 14 N 

H 2 5/UI/86 B 2 

H 2 10/21/86 B 1 P F P3B 



S I T 

N F ELY 

P DATE c K I P BIl 

PROTECTION, HIGH PRICES THREATEN TOBACCO SALES. LEAF OFFICIALS SAY H Z 1/01/86 A 1 N 
BONN. SHIRBY JEAN 

MAN STABBED IN CHEST WITH KNIFE u , syne,.. r , 

WOMAN CHARC-60 WITH STABBING FRIENO g \ %',%%',%% \ .? M 

BUNN. ZAN 

HE NEED PROTECTION u , ..,,.„. . , 

FUNDERBURK IS THE RIGHT CHOICE IN REPUBLICAN SENATE PRIMARY ? 1 S/lfl/oJ ? ? ^ 

whIr^doIs pr^p^ice^anoT 080 ^stSScumbInts"— I MiMJS J t 

H ^ o / I £/ 86 A 4 L 
BUNTE. MARK WILLIAM ICHAPEL HILL Rn . I 

HEARINGS BEGIN IN DURHAM PORN CASFS c , i/is/r,^ r . ., 

JUDGE OPDERS NARROWING OF OBSCENITY CHARGES H 2 \/\l'Al £ n 1 21 

JUOGE REJECTS ARGUMENT THAT PORN LAW IS INVALID ? I i/3?,o! ? 1', 521 

SBSSi D^lYr 4 ?ORN TS TR 6 ,SrS ODSCE '" TV "^ 9 fll 

I^B M OOK!?0°Ri T ^PLSYiE HK Fl'NF V r ^ PE <^0 ">"°« "II SENTENCE 5 I J ! | C K ?§! 

BUNTING. ELIZABETH C. 

ANTI-OBSCENITY LAW MEMO NOT CENSORSHIP, SAYS OFFICIAL AT UNC H 1 3/21/86 B 3 N 
BUNTING, GARLAND (SCOTLAND NFCKI 

STUDIO'S FIRST FRM TO BE BASED ON L I OUOR AGENT H 2 11/23/86 C 10 N 
3U0NIC0NTI, MARC 

STRONG LEGS RAN. ..SO PARALYZED MAY WALK u 1 ./,«,.. r , n „ o=. 

BUONICONTI STRIVES TU HELP SUN H I VAViVt a o m rl\ 

INJURY COOLS BUONICONTI FOOTBALL FEVER g f Y/W/lt 1 P I) "I 
BUONICONTI, NICK 

gj^fr^H'VHft'iR - J) 2 3/WB6 c J P N gj, 

INJURY COOLS BUONICONTI FOOTBALL FEVER t ^ 7/Z3/?6 D I P U Old 
BUONICONTI, NICK JR. 

INJURY COOLS BUONICONTI FOOTBALL FEVER f \ VfW/H I I P u 018 
BURBY, RAYMQNO 

STEPS URGED TO PROTECT WATERSHEDS u , , /,c/a t . ,, 

QUALITY MAIN CONCFRN OVER N.C. WATER g f l/ii/86 A 5 N 



BURCH, CALVIN (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BUPCH, LINOA DARNELL (TIMBERLAKE) IOECEASEDI 
OB I T UA RY 

BURCH, MICHAEL LEE (SWANS30R0I 
INTRUDER THREATENS FAMILY 

BUPCH, MIK= IROXBOROI 

8 PEOPLE ARRESTFD IN PERSON COUNTY DRUG INVESTIGATION 



H 2 12/27/86 ABO 

H 2 4/19/86 A 8 

H 2 2/17/86 B t N 

H 1 6/20/86 B 5 N 



BUPCHINAL. MARGARET DR. 

5TU0Y SHOWS DAY-CARE NO THREAT To BONDING h 2 8/25/86 C I N 

BUROETT, BARBARA dECEASED! 

CRASH OF WINSTON-SALEM HOSPITAL HFLICOPTFR Kill": 1 .. -. ,,, , 

COPTER PILOT REPORTEO NO PROBLEMS E ILLS 3 g I V.M'iVl i " 5! 

1.000 ATTEND CRASH VICTIMS' SCRVICES I f VAVA't r I ' 

1.000 MOURN CREW OF AMBULANCE COPTER „ I V,W,H » .5 ' 

AIRCARE RESUMES HELICOPTER FLIGHTS H ! 10/02/86 A 13 N. 

BURQICK, DONALD 

NEW SATELLITE SHERIFF'S STATION IN OPERATION H 2 1/28/86 C 1 N 

BURFORD, RODERICK KERWIN (DECEASEDI 

3 KILLED. 1 HURT IN WEEKEND WRECKS IN VANCE. GRANVILLE H ? I0/13/B6 A L« 

BURG. MIKE 

1982 TAP HEELS. 1983 WOLFPACK GAME IN WORKS H 2 6/10/86 1 N 

BURGER. PAULA 

POPULARITY PROVIOFS NUMBER OF PROBLEMS FOR COLLEGES IN N.C. H 2 7/08/B6 B 

BURGER. ROBERT OR. 

RTP MICROCHIP SALES ON REBOUND 5 

BURGER. WARRFN (SUPREME COURT JUSTICFI 

JUSTICE BURGER TURNS AROUND. u ■> ,/,,/„ t 

BURGER SURPRISES OUKE LAW SCHOLARS ? I 4/21/86 A A E 

LAWYERS LIBEL THEMSELVES I % ViWiVt ? 2 I 

BURGESS. AMANDA 

FOR AMANDA, A WISH IS COMING TRUE u , 

VANCE STUOFNT'^ TBAVtl UtCu TAi/CC ,..».. r-r t n «■,-..,-.. - H 2 



3 N 

3/04/86 A 1PM W82 



H 2 8/26/86 A 4 E 



VANCE STUDENT' s" TRAVEL ^,SH%aSe1 WINGS TO DISNEY WORLD H \ \VA7At 2 ! P S! H 6 n 

H 2 6/03/86 A 4 L 



burgess, forrest 

gravity system wanted 



BUR GE SS . M4 KV ANN RIDDLE IOECEASEDI 
OB I T U« K Y 

BUPGESS. MCCOMAS 3. 

EX-CWNER SUES AMBULANCE FIRM . , -,,„„,„ 

ESTATE SUING CENTEL, AMBULANCE FIRM * | |^?^g| £ \ * U ° 3 

BURGESS, NEO IOECEASEDI 

A^tA5iD D IBffl-lipRfiYili S^c^WSI'IJS fHE!riR V f nuSLS »i KW!!!> JEMW66 

BURGESS, PAUL MITCHELL 
MURDER SEMTFNCE 



H 2 3/03/66 A 10 

S 2 2/0"/86 A 3 N 

H 3 5/17/86 C 1 N 

H 2 1/24/86 U 1 P N Wl 

l-JLK AND THEIR ART s ? 2/13/B6 4 P N 059 



H 2 6/18/«6 



auRGESS, RICHARD SAMUEL 

MAN DRIVES CIRCLES INSI n E LOOP wnHK ARPA 

MAN IS CHARGED WI?H FIRING INTO QCCUPllfi CAR g | }g;||^| J J| [j 

BURKE, GEORGE L. ICHAPEL HILLI 

MAN RULED ABLE TO FACE MU10ER TR I Al 

TRIAL DELAYED ' ' L H 3 6/06/86 B 1 N 

WITNESSES RECALL SHOOTING STENE IN BURKF'S MMROPR TR1AI o \ S'iiHS 6 C ' N 

opanVma^clIareTof ibbi! sHagsSiK 1 l e ? " 3uf ™ cEi - P' ! K «? 

SHSoI 5SoIi 5 M SSi8 E J O^F N oiST H S?Ni I T BUTN R ^ ' ^'" 7 

DA: INSANITY HARD Tn PROVE ™ ' H 2 8/12/B6 C 1 N W27 

H buKke C h^» T !n°g h2ld ICl,NG MUSI r6mmn l " H0SPlT4L 5 ? g^a c ! S T " 

S 2 10/04/86 9 I N W27 



M N J H L 



/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



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burke may be out of umstead soon 

killer set free after doctors say he's "ow sane 

burke, paul (football* 

duke's two pauls are stnading tall offensive line 

burke, w. f. (chatham co.) 

board rac c s to be lively in chatham 

burkhapdt, bill 

north durham intersection overlooked 

burleson. tommy 

7-foot burleson walks tall in 



900NIES' OF HUMETQHN 



BURNETT, ALBFRT 

BURNETT'S TIE-BREAKFR DECIDES FINAL CONTEST 

BUPNFTT, CUKL IN 

MAN GIVEN ORUO OVERDCSE 

BURNETT, INA ALLEN (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

BURNETT, JENNIE 

ACKLAND EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON FOLK ARTISTS AS INDIVIDUALS 
ACKLAND SHOW EMPHASUFS N.C. 'FOLK' AND THEIR ART 

BURNETT, MALINDA TINGEN (DECFASED) 
OBITUARY 

BURNETT, MARLEN EOWARD IL0UIS8URGI (OECEASEDI 
BODY IS IDENTIFIED AS FRANKLIN MAN 

BURNETTE, ALTON ICHAPEL HILLI (DECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

BURNETTE, CLYDE BULLOCK IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BURNEITE. EMMA F. 
OBI TUARY 

BURNETTE, JOHN A. (MISSILE AVE. I 

2 HELD, I SOUGHT IN MAN'S DEATH 

MAN DIES FROM BEATING; THREF CHARGED 

TEEN SOUGHT IN DEATH 

THIRD SUSPECT IN BEATING DEATH SURRFNOERS 

3 MEN INDICTEO FOR FATAL BEATING 

BURNETTE, JOHN Q. IDEC C ASEDI 

STATE OFFICIAL OF TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT DIES 

JOHN BURNETTE OF CHARLOTTE, N.C. TK AM SPOKTAT I ON OFFICIAL 

RURNFTTE. LARRY EUGENE 

POLICE CHARGE 5 MEN WITH GAMBLING 

BURNETTE. LONNIE (PHILADELPHIA! (OECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 



(OECEASEDI 



BURNETTE. LUZELLA C. 
OBI TUARY 



(OECEASEDI 



BURNETTE. "ELVIN OOUGLAS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

BURNETTE. MELVIN SHERMAN 

BODY IDENTIFIED AS OURHAM MAN 
BODY IDENTIFIED AS DURHAM MAN 

BUPNETTE. PICKY LAMONT 

JURY DEADLOCKED: MISTRIAL DECLARED 



BURNETTE. PULAND LEE 
OBITUARY 



CHAPEL HILL I (DECEASEDI 



BURNETTE. SHELTON 

MAN SHOT IN APD"MEN 

CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING WOMAN 

BURNFTTE. THOMAS IPITTSBOROI 

MAN RULED ABLE To FACE MURDER TRIAL 

TRIAL 0FLAYFD 

WITNESSES RECALL SHOOTING SCENE IN HURKF'S MUPC C R TRIAL 

TRIAL WITNESSES QUOTE MURDER DEFENDANT: 'PEOPLE OUT TO GET ME' 

OPANGE MAN CLFARED OF MURDER BY INSANITY PLEA 

BURKE TO BE MOVED TO UMSTEAD HOSPITAL 

JUDGE ORDERS MURDER OEFENOANT SFNT TO BUTNER 

OA : INSANITY HARD TO PROVE 

MAN ACQUITTED IN KILLING MUST KFMAIN IN HOSPITAL 

BURKE MAY BE OUT OF UMSTEAD SOON 

KILLER SET FRFE AFTFR DOCTORS S«Y HE'S MOW SANE 

BURNETTE. VANESSA DALE 

POLICE CHARGE WOMAN WITH BURNING HOME 

DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED WITH ARSON IN HOUSE FIRE 

BURNETTE. W. G. (GEOR&IAI 

CONTRACTOR'S TALE HINTS OFFENCE CRYING WOLF 

BURNHAM, JAMES C. IHILLSBOROUGHI 
FEDS TREAT N.C. WELL 

BURNIM, MKKEY L. 

RICHMOND APPOINTS 6 TO NCCU POSTS 
DURHAM-AREA COLLEGES DENY CARNEGIE FINOING 
NIGHT OEGREE ENROLLMENT PLEASFS NCCU 
NCCU TO TIGHTEN CAMPUS SECURITY 

BURNLEY, JIM 

MARTIN, HARRINGTON URGE CITIES TO SET ASIOE R I &H T S-OF - WA Y 

BUPNS, FRED 

GRANT AWARDED TO CARRBORO FILMMAKER 

BUPNS, JOHN I SBI I 

SBI DENIES FORCING CONFESSION 

BURNS, JUDO 

OELAYFD FALLS LAKE BEACH OPEN AT LAST 

NEW BEACH ALRFADY ATTRACTING CROWDS 

SANDLING BEACH OFFICIALS HAPPY WITH FIRST SUMMER OF OPERATION 

BUPNS, NOR"A 

ALLIANCE TURNS 10, LOOKS AHEAD 



N E 
P D 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

H 3 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



S 1 
H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
H 2 



H 3 
H 2 



H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 3 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 1 

S 2 

H 2 



S 2 
H 2 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



I T 

L Y 

PG L P byl 



S 1 
H 2 
S 1 



S 2 
H 1 
S 2 



11/19/96 A 
U/21/B6 B 



9/18/86 D 

2/05/86 B 

9/30/86 A 

8/31/96 C 

3/11/B6 

9/26/R6 A 

11/25/86 A 

11/26/86 C 



1/24/86 
2/13/86 



7/16/86 C 

7/18/B6 B 

6/24/86 A 

3/01/86 C 

5/29/86 B 



3/06/86 C 

3/07/86 B 

3/07/e6 A 

3/08/86 C 

5/06/86 C 



11/03/86 C 
11/05/86 C 



3/05/86 C 

9/27/86 A 

1/22/B6 C 

10/09/86 D 



10/22/86 A 

6/12/86 C 

12/11/86 A 



10/08/86 C 
10/06/86 A 



6/06/86 B 
11/01/86 C 



8/12/86 C 
10/21/86 B 



6/06/86 B 

6/11/86 C 

8/07/86 B 

8/08/86 3 

8/09/86 A 

8/09/86 P 

8/12/86 C 

8/22/86 A 

8/25/86 C 

11/19/86 A 

11/21/86 B 



10/09/86 C 
10/09/86 a 



12/30/86 A 
1/08/86 A 



8/01/86 B 

11/03/86 A 

11/20/96 3 

11/20/86 A 



N W27 
N W27 



P N 
P N 

N 



1 P N W66 
4 P N G59 



N T85 

N 

N 

N 

N T85 




N 



N W2 7 

M W27 

N W27 

N 

N 'J 27 

•I T85 

N 

N W2 7 

'I W27 



1 N MID 

1 N S92 

3 N J40 

1 P N S92 



7/05/86 A 
7/15/86 C 
9/03/86 C 



3 N ?85 
I P F S80 
1 P N P8 C 



S 2 2/24/86 A 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



BURNS. TERESA MARIE HUMMER (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

BURNS. TIMPIHY W. 

POLICEMAN, WOMAN HURT IN ACCIDENT 
TWO INJUREO IN ACCIDENT 

BURNS, WILLIAM L. "BILL" 

GROUP HONORS DISTINGUISHED SALES PEOPLE 

SURVEY ON CHARGE CARO RATES OUTDATED 

iR? T U2y? S JO EXPAND I^TO BANKING IN CHARLOTTE 

EDITORIAL ENCOURAGING 

NCSU TAPS 6 DURHAM 'AMBASSADORS* 

CCB PROFITS DOWN 6 PERCENT 

EDITORIAL, COVERAGE COMMENDEO 

BURNS. WOOOROW (CHAPFL HILL I 

^.Hfl I?..?! 4 5 K ?° Trl EXTEND ORDER ON COKER PROPERTY 
JUDGE RULES AGAINST bARRETT IN COKER ESTATE SUIT 
SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PROPERTY SUIT 
OFFICE SURGERY POPULAR IN OURHAM 

BURRIS. DIANE K. 

GARRETT-751 INTERSECTION IS IMPOSSIBLE 

BURROUGH. MICHAEL CHARLES (CARRtlOROI 

3 CHARGED IN ORANGE COUNTY DRUG RAID 
THREE MEN FACING MULTIPLE DRUG CHARGES 

BURROWS. HAL 

HAL BURROWS WILL SPEAK To EXECUTIVES 

BURT, np7f, T , H !5 im «RRINGTON I HI LL S8 OROUGH I (DECEASEOI 

UB I I UARY 

BURT. CHARLES (CREEDMOORI (DECEASED I 
OBITUARY 

BURT, CHARLES T. DR. 

DR. BURT JOINS RESEARCH BOARD 

BURT. FRANCIS (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

BURT, PICK 

LET IT SNOW 

BURT, THOMAS £ PAULINE (MUSICIANSI 

THoSfs V BUR?"s?^S E THE E Si:3^ ^"^^ •««'«<■ HER "«E 
MUSICIANS TAKE BLUES FROM TOBACCO TOWNS TO CARNEGIE HALL 

BU°THEY, GROVER C. 

LIVE LONGER. ORE-PLAN YOUR FUN ERAC — MORT I C I AN 

BURTON, AURELIA B. 

N R„5 EPUBl - IC4N ' 5 F1LE f °« GRANVILLE RACES 

CURR1N HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE RACE 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

RUNOFFS: THREE SCHEDULED IN GRANVILLE 

£S?i L ?. N . GE - R , HINS SHERIFF'S ELECTION IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

GRANVILLE COUNTY ELECTS EX-DEPUTY AS SHER IFF OVER INCUMBENT CIIRRIN 

BURTON, BOB (BASKETBALL COACHI 
ELON, BO MUST OECIDE 

ELON NAMES TENNFSSEE ASSISTANT BURTON NEW COACH 
BURTON'S MOVE TO ELON BOLD FOS YOUNG COACH 

BURTON, CLAUDE DR. 

APPLYING SUNSCREEN SHOULD BE AUTOMATIC 

BURTON, CLAUDE SHREVE JR. (DECEASED! 

TRUCK FIRM HEAD CLAUDE BURTON, 55 

SERVICES ARE TOMORROW FOR TRUCKING ExECUTIVF 

BURTON, OAVID ELLISTON 
TAXI DRIVER ROBBED 

"U" 10 "',^,";* GRACE MOORE IOECEASEDI 
Ub 1 I U fl KY 

BURTON, INF2 

NOT MUCH CHOICE 

BU'TON, JEFF 

BURTON GETS DCS WIN BUT TAYLO" TAKES CLASH 

BURTON, LcROY 

ONE WORKER KILLED. TwO HURT IN FIGHT 

BURTON. NORMA J. 

DURHAM DESERVES A BETTER BUS TERMINAL 
BURTON. PAT 

THREE CHEERS FOR POLICE 

BURTON, REGINALD (BAHAMAI 

MOTORCYCLIST LOSES CHASE 

BURTON, RONALO LEE (BURLINGTONI 

MURDER CHARGE FILFD IN ALAMANCE 

BURTON, PONNIE WENDELL (CARRBOROI 

LICENSE CHECK GETS DRUG CHARGE 

BURTON, THEOEL 

POLICE FIND MAN IN GREENHOUSE; CHARGES FILED 
BUSBY, PHILIP F. JR. 

RAISE THE SPEFD LIMIT 

UNFAIP TO LIBERTARIANS 

nUSM, uSbfe E ^, , ,. M R S J ERN N ' c - »RBORETUM| 

HOME FOUND FOR WESTERN N.C. APBOKETUM 

BUSH, FRANK 

BUSH YEARNS FOR OK TO PLAY 

BUSH, GEORGE 

GEORGE PUSH AND BIG OIL 
BUSH'S FULL SERVICE (CAPTOONI 
BUSH LEAGUE ECONOMICS 

Vi ^PRESIDENT TO^Pe!" "n N°C™ 4B ° UT ' HE P °° R nL " «*<>S... (CARTOON 
VICE PRESIOENT TELLS GRADUATES TO HAVE FAITH 



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P D DATE C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 




H 2 8/19/86 A 


6 







H 2 2/03/86 B 
S 2 2/03/86 C 


1 
3 


N 
N 




S 2 2/20/86 A 
H 2 3/19/B6 A 
H 2 5/21/B6 A 
H 2 6/16/86 A 
S 2 6/28/B6 A 
H 1 7/12/B6 C 
H 2 1 1/11/86 A 


16 
4 
1 
4 
3 
3 
4 


P N 
L 

N L41 
L 

N 
N 
L 




H 3 1/07/86 C 
H 3 1/31/86 B 
S 2 1/31/86 A 
S 2 7/14/86 A 


1 
1 
5 
1 


N 

N W27 

N 

N W82 




H 2 10/02/B6 A 


4 


L 




S 2 11/07/86 A 
H 3 11/08/86 C 


1 
I 


N BIO 
N BIO 




S 2 10/14/86 B 


8 


P N 




H 2 10/12/86 C 


2 


n 




H 2 2/08/86 C 


4 







S 2 10/07/86 C 


4 


N 




H 2 4/01/86 C 


2 







H 2 1/26/86 


I 


P E C 19 




S 2 5/08/86 A 
S 2 6/30/86 B 
H 2 10/19/86 C 


6 
1 
9 


P N S27 
P F S27 

N 




H 2 3/07/B6 B 


I 


o N J 54 




H 1 2/05/86 8 
H 1 5/07/86 C 
H 1 5/08/86 8 
H 1 5/13/86 B 
H 2 6/04/86 C 
H 1 6/04/86 A 


1 
1 
1 
t 
3 
t 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 046 




H 2 4/29/86 
H 2 5/J1/P6 U 
H 2 5/04/86 B 


1 

6 
1 


U 071 

N 

U 071 




H 2 6/03/86 B 


1 


1 N C60 




H 2 4/15/86 C 
S 2 4/15/86 C 


2 
1 


> n 

■ 




S 2 1/16/86 C 


1 


N 




H 2 11/07/86 C 


10 







H 2 10/30/86 A 


5 


L 




H 2 6/22/86 B 


6 


N W60 




H 2 6/19/86 A 


5 


N 




H 2 11/13/86 A 


4 


L 




H 2 6/03/86 A 


4 


L 




H 2 7/13/86 C 


5 


N 




H 1 3/25/86 C 


1 


N 




H 2 10/17/86 C 


4 


N 




^ 2 9/02/86 B 


7 


N 




1 2 9/09/86 A 
H 2 10/01/86 A 


4 
4 


L 

L 




S 2 3/17/86 A 


7 P 


P 




1 2 11/20/86 


6 P 


N 




I 2 4/04/86 A 4 
( 2 4/09/86 A 4 T 
< 2 4/13/86 4 
2 4/20/86 D 4 T 
2 5/04/86 C 10 
? 5/18/86 C 1 P 


c 

f R56 

F 

f R56 

N 
N 





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VICE PRESIDENT TO VISIT RALEIGH HIGH SCHOOL H 7 6/05/96 A 12 N 

BUSH REPORTS N.C. SOCKS S 2 6/17/86 A 3 N 

BUSH IN RALEIGH FRIDAY FOR CO"EY H 2 0/26/86 A 20 N 

BUSH VISITS N.C. STUDENTS S 2 6/27/86 A I N 

BUSH TO RAISE FUNDS FOR COBFY S 1 6/27/86 A 1 N 

BUSH URGES N.C. VOTERS TO SUPPORT REPUBLICANS H 2 6/28/B6 A I M L 40 

RALEIGH STUDENTS OUESTION BUSH ON U.S. -SOVIET TALKS S 2 6/28/86 A 17 P N 

VICE PRESIDENT STUMPS FOR RE-ELECTION CF COBEY S 2 6/28/86 A 17 " N 

N.C. GOP LEAOER REBOUNOS FROM FELONY CONVICTION H 2 10/05/86 C 11 N 

REAGAN VISITS RALEIGH TODAY H 7 10/08/86 A 1 N 

BUSH'S DECISION SPARKS SOME ANGER H 2 10/10/86 A 12 N 

CROWD WAITS IN DRIZZLE FOR GO" STARS TO ARRIVE H 2 10/12/86 C 1 P N 046 

BUSH WITHIN BOUNOS IN TURNING DOWN VISIT S ? 10/13/86 A 4 E 

MOUNTAIN-CLIMBING BUSH PREPARING TO FALL ICAHT00N1 H ? 12/U7/86 D 4 T T 856 

BUSH. JACK E. 

ROSE'S STORES DIRECTORS ELECT NEW PRESIDENT H 1 8/29/B6 8 1 N 

BUSHBY. STANLEY 

MAN HURT AS CAR HIT BY GARBAGE TRUCK H 2 6/20/86 B 5 N 

BUSK, ANTHONY 

REAGAN SKIRTS PROBLEM H 2 7/27/86 4 L 

BUSSFV, POBERT LOUIS IMEBANEI 

500 ARRESTS SEEN FROM DRUG PROBE H 2 5/15/86 A IS N 

ORANGE ARRESTS MADE IN DRUG ROUNDUP S 1 5/15/86 C 1 M 

BUTHELEZI. HANGOSUTHU 

MRS. KING DODGES DUTY H 7 9/16/86 A 4 E 

BUTLER. CECIL 

COBLE BLAMES ENCOUNTER WITH PARENTS ON NO COMMUNICATION ABOUT PROGRAM H 2 4/16/86 C 1 N F 50 

BUTLER. OAVIO [CRAFTSMAN! 

WOOD SCULPTURES AND TIN OBJECTS UN VIEW AT W I NSTON- S AL EM GALLERY S 2 7/24/86 D 3 N 

8UTLER, EMIL 

DRAINPIPE VANDALISM WEIRD. SM=LLY TO VICTIMS H 2 12/31/86 A 1 P N 

BUTLER, JOHN 

FRATERNAL OROER OF PULICE AIMS TO GET A TRAINING CENTER H 3 11/10/86 8 1 N BIO 

BUTLER. ROBERT 

STATION WILL 3UIL0 NEW TOWER S 2 3/08/86 A 10 N 

NUCLEAR DUMP SITE FAULTS POINTED OUT H 7 3/28/86 A 16 N 

BUTLER, PON (N.C. STATE UNIV.) 

LEGENDARY MOVIE COWBOY TO BE HONORED IN RALEIGH S 2 12/24/86 A 12 N 

BUTTERFIELC, BARBARA SALE DR. 

HUMAN RFSOURCFS DIRECTOR APPOINTED AT DUKE H 2 6/19/86 B 4 N 

BUTTERS, RONALD 0. DR. 

PHYSICIAN, LINGUIST TRY TO HELP DOCTORS UNDERSTANO PATIENTS H 2 9/25/86 C 10 N 030 

DUKE WRITERS TRY TO UNDERSTAND PATIENTS' TERMINOLOGY 5 2 9/26/86 A 12 N 

DUKE PROF RAPS LANGUAGE PROPOSITION S 2 11/28/86 A 1 N 

CALIFORNIA LANGUAGE PROPOSAL USEFUL ANO FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE S 2 12/05/86 A 4 L 

•LANGUAGE LAW' UPSETS DUKE LINGUIST H 2 12/07/86 C 7 N 080 

BUTTERS, TOM 

BASKETBALL SHRINE' PLANS TO UPGRADE CAMERON'S IMAGE... H 2 2/13/86 1 T N 

DUKE WINS FUND IMPROVEMENTS S 2 6/27/86 A 1 N W82 

OUKE MAY TRADE AWAY HOME GAME VS. TIGERS S 2 10/14/86 B 2 N 01R 

IT'S OFFICIAL: OUKE SELLS HOME GAME TO CLEMSON S 2 10/21/86 D 1 P N 

BOOSTED PRICES OF SOVIET GAME FOR GOOD REASON H 2 11/05/86 1 P N 071 

COMMITMENT S 2 11/13/86 E 1 U F25 

BUTTERS: SLOAN'S FUTURE SECURE WITH BLUE DEVILS H 2 12/07/86 B I P N C52 

BUTTRY. ALTON NATHANIEL IDECEASEO) 

OBITUARY H 2 11/10/86 B 8 

BUTTS, CASSANORA 

POLICE ARREST 13 MORE ON SHANTY SITE AT UNC H 2 11/22/86 A I P N L90 

BUTTS, JOHN OR. 

EXAM PROCEEDS STEP AT A TIME H 2 1/12/86 D I P F B 30 

'OUINCY' FUN, BUT UNREALISTIC H 2 1/12/86 D 1 P F B30 

OID GUNSHOT OR A SURGEON'S Owl LL MAKE HOLE IN SKULL FOUND IN CREEK? H 2 3/04/86 A 10 N 

MANCUSO AOMITS SLAYING IN TAPE PLAYED TO JURY H 2 8/09/86 A 1 •> N S82 

PUTTS, LOwRY M. 

BUTTS APPOINTED DISTRICT COURT JUDGE S 2 1/04/86 A 15 N 

BUTTS APPOINTED JUDGE H 2 1/06/86 B 1 N 

3UTZ, JOHN 

8 UNC STUOEMTS, 1 EMPLOYEE ARRESTEO IN APARTHEID PROTEST U 2 11/21/86 A 1 N L 90 

UNC SHANTY TORN OOWN, 13 ARPESTEO S 2 11/21/86 A 1 M X5P 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES LODGED AGAINST PROTESTERS H 3 12/U5/B6 B 1 N V27 

BYERS. GEORGE 

DURHAM VA LOAN RESTRICTIONS EASED S 2 3/20/86 A 1 N W82 

BYERS, GFORGE F. ICARRB0RO1 (OECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 7 5/03/86 C 6 

BYERS, PATRICK 

LOVE STORY ABOUT CHOPIN. GEORGE SAND FILMED IN STATE S ? 11/13/86 2 P N 

BYNUM, BILL ICENTER FOR COMMUNITY SELF-HELPI 

DURHAM CENTER HELPING WORKER-7WNE0 BUSINESS S 2 12/03/86 C 9 N 

CENTEP HELPS WCRKERS BUY COMPANIES TO SAVE JOBS H 1 12/04/86 B I N 

BYNUM, ERNESTINE SCARBOROUGH 

•BORN IN FUNERAL HOME,' SHE OWNS CASKET H 2 3/07/R6 B I N 

BYNUM, JAMES WARD (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H ? 7/02/B6 C 6 

BYNUM, N4POLE0N (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 7/01/86 B 6 

BYNUM, POBBIF 

FEARSOME FOURSOME: BY LAND OR AIR, ORANGE HIGH BACKFIELD PACKS PUNCH H 2 8/22/86 C 1 P N ^85 

BYNUM, SYLVESTER 

ELDERLY MAN REPORTED MISSING FROM REST HOME H 3 10/04/B6 C 1 N 

MAN WANOERS AWAY FROM RESTHOMF S 7 10/04/86 A 2 N 

MISSING MAN. 78, FOUND OK AFTER NIGHT IN WOODS H 2 10/05/B6 C 4 N 

BYRO, CHARLIE (GUITARIST! 

NEW RECPKPS PREVIEW COMING JAZZ ATTRACTIUNS H 2 10/03/86 D 5 R S 66 

JAZZ TRIO IN CONCERT WITH BRASS QUINTET H 2 12/20/86 C 4 N U80 

BYPO, CHARLIE FLOYD (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 5/21/P6 C 7 



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BYRD, DAVID (CASWELL CO. I 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

ONLY 2 RACES DECIDE" IN CASWELL OFMQCRATIC PRIMARIES 

RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL 

CASWELL INCUMBENT LOSES IN P E: OUN T 

BYRD. FANNIE BURROUGHS (OECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

BYRD. GARY 0. 

COMPUTERS REVOLUTIONIZING LIBRARY SERVICES. EXPERT SAYS 

BYRD. J. R. (PARK RANGER! 
PARK RANGER HONORED 

BYRD. ROBERT (SENATORI 

BYRD: SANFORD ARRIVAL IS ' 
...RAISE TAXES! CCAPTOONI 

BYRD, ROBERT (WARRFNTONI 

UNC DESFRVED MORE CREDIT 

BYPO. SARAH 

PEEK-A-BOO 

AYPUM, HOWARD 

•NOTCH BABIES* CLAIM SOCIAL SECURITY UNFAIR 

BYRUM, WILLIAM JEFFREY ( MURFR EE SBOP 01 (OECFASEDI 
4 MEN VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH IN GATES COUNTY 
4 DIE IN GATES COUNTY PLANE CRASH 

CABLE. MAXINE R. 

UNC EXHIBIT SFT 

MAXINE CABLE DISPLAY SET AT UNC 

DANGER IN PARADISE IS THEME 0" 'PERSIAN GARDEN* AT HA 

CABRERA, 0. M. 

NEED FOR VALUES OBVIOUS 

CADDELL, RUTH H. 

THE WORST IN DURHAM 

CADWALLADER, ROBERT 

TREYBURN BILLBOARDS FIGHT IMAGE 

CAESAR, ANTHONY JULIUS 

DURHAM OFFICER RECOVERS TWO STOLEN CARS 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH SHOOTING INTO CAR 

CAFSAR, HALLIE MARTIN (OECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

CAESAR, SHIRLEY 

OURHAM TRIBUTE TO HONOR DEMOCRAT FROM ILLINOIS 
SHIRLEY CAESAR WINS 5TH GRAMMY 
SHIRLEY CAESAR WINS 5TH GRAMMY AWARD 

MAN STOPS TO PICK UP SUIT, GETS CHARGED WITH FORGERY 
SHIRLEY CAESAR: -GOSPEL ALL THE WAY- 
THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THF ENO 
CASH, JEWELRY STOLEN DURING GOSPEL CONCERT 

CAHOW, CLARK 

LARGE OUKE FRESHMAN CLASS 'EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES' 

DUKF CLASS OF *90 'MOST TALENTED- 
CAIN, ALLEN LEROY (DECEASED] 

BICYCLE RIOER IS KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

OBI TUARY 

CAIN, ICIE JUNKINS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CAIN, SYLVESTER HARGRAVE (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CAIRNS, MICHAEL DR. 

M.O.: PUBLIC FEAR TORMENTS IPS PATIENTS 

CALDWELL. BRIAN 

CALDWELL. NORTHFRN TOP CHAPEL HILL IN TWO OTS 
CALDWELL, CARTER AMONG AREA PLAYERS TO SIGN 



CALDWELL, FMMETT ARNOLD SR. 
OBITUARY 



(CHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEDI 



caldwell. hillia'd 

caldwell to speak at king luncheon 

caldwell. jack 0. ichapel hilli 
reagan backs away 

Caldwell, jim i jacksonvillf, n.c.i 

panel takes on racial complaints 

caldwell, joe jack jr. (gastonia) 

police say elderly woman robbfd three straight months 

caldwell. john h. 

community kitchen offers turkey, trimmings for needy t 

caldwell, john tyler or. 

two hen receive watauga medals 

calowell, mazie (deceasedi 
obi tuary 

calowell, thao 

from plows to robots, shafts to models 

cale, barbara 

granville hospital nuw has -httfl- 

GRANVILLE MEDICAL CENTER IS GETTING NEW ADMINISTRATOR 

CALEPO, ADOLFO 

WHY INVITE CONTRA LEAOER? 

TERRORISM IN NICARAGUA 

CONTRA SUPPORT WRONG 

NICARAGUAN TO SPEAK; PROTEST SET 

GROUP PLANS TO PROTEST CONTRA' S TALK 

CONTRA ORGANIZER: GOOD GUY OR BAO GUY? 

CONTRA LEAOER TO SP C AK AT UNC WEONESOAY 

CALERO SELLING TERRORISM 

PROTEST DEMONSTRATION EXPECTED FJP CALERO 

FREEDOM OF SPEECH 



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•NIC4RAGUAN'S '.PEECH DRAMS 150 PROTESTORS 

REBEL SAYS FREEDOM STIFLEn BY SANDINISTAS 

LEADER OF CONTRAS DENIES LINK TO CIA 

OUKE UNIVERSITY POLICE PROVIDE TIGHT SECURITY TO AO^LFQ CALERO 

CONTRA "TRUE VOICE' OF NICAPAjUAN PEOPLE, CALERO SAYS 

•HYPOCRITES' OESE'VE PUBLIC'S CONTEMPT 

RESTRAINT IN PROTESTS UPHOLDS BASIC FREEDOM 

LOOKING AT NICARAGUA THROUGH AMERICAN EYES 

CALERO, MARIO J. 

REBEL LEADER: CONTRAS NEED U.S. ARMS, CASH 
CONTRA SUPPORT WRONG 

CONTRA ORGANIZER: GOOD GUY OR ead G'JY? 
CONTRAS CONDUCTING A HAP OF TORTURE 

CALHOON. FORREST 

HIGHER TAXES NEEOED 

CALHOUN, MICHAEL 0. 

REP. VALENTINE COMMENOEO 

COURT RULES N.C. DOESN'T HAVE TO REPAY CREST STREET LAWYERS 

CALHOUN, MIKF 

SUPREME COURT TO REVIEW CREST ST. LEGAL FEES CASE 
LAWYER: CREST ST. SPENT 1100,000 AGAINST ROAu 

CALHOUN, THERA CARPENTER IEX"ORE. V A. I (OECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

CALKINS. PHIL IP OR. 

CONSUMER RIGHTS FOR UISABLEO AMERICANS TOPIC OF UNC SEMINAR 
OLKINS TO SPEAK ON CONSUMER RIGHTS 

DISABLED MUST LOOK BEYOND DEMOCRATIC PARTY, OFFICIAL SAYS 
ADVOCATE FORGES ahead IN A WHEELCHAIR 

CALLAHAN, PEN 

CRIME INCREASE IN CHAPEL HRL, CARRBORO FUELS POLICE CONCERN 

CALLAHAN. BETTY OARLENE 

MURDER SENTENCES UPHELD 

CALLAHAN, JAMES NELSON "DEACON" (CHAPEL HILL1 1DECEASE0I 
OBITUARY 

CALLAHAN, MILDRED HAWLEY 

CHRISTMAS PAST nFFERS CONTRAST 

Callahan, Stephen pickETT (DECEASED! 
obituary 

callaway, j. lamar dp. 

go to the health fair 

callendar, clive 0. or. 

organ transplant surgeon to speak 

calloway, bobby g. (chapfl hill) 

parking lot fight enos in stabbing 

calloway, d. wayne 

north carolina native heads pepsico: wants to d0u3le business in 5 
n.c. native proddeo into top positions 

Calvert, rita 

some like |t mot 

camacho, frederick (charl0tte1 

woman bludgeoned to dfath with hammer 

CAMBANIS, mibamqa 

CAROLINA WREN PRESS TO CELEBRATE ON WEDNESDAY 

Camofn, OORA RILEY (DECEASED! 
obituary 

cameron, billy ray 

vets laud vietnam memorial 
veterans day speaker 

'a-eoon, c. c. (first union nat'l. bank! 

administration officials endorse martin's buoget 

rf3uest for two 87-89 buogets causes worhv about possible cuts 

cameron, clifton jr. (rougemont) (deceas50i 
obituary 

cameron, dan 

great things happening 

Cameron, estella s. (deceased) 
obituary 
obituary 

ca-eron, james (deceasedi 
obituary 

ca"t»on, jce (long island, n.y.) (decfasedi 
obituary 

cameron, susie richmond (deceased) 
obituary 

cameron, wayne 

when the saue'kkaut was free. and the west durham mill thrived 

Ca-mack, PAULINE T. IDECEASEOI 

CAMPBELL HONORS UURLINGTON WOMAN 

CAMp, JIM 

OURHAM LEAOS STATE IN NEW JOBS 

OURHA" RANKS 2ND IN JOBS, INVESTMENTS 

HIGH WAGES MAY HURT EFFORTS OF LEAF WORKERS TO FIND NFw JObS 

WORKERS FACE LOWER-PAYING JOBS 

Camp, bay OR. 

N.C. GOVERNMENT INTERNS LEARN, GET PAID 

CA»P, STEVE 

ACCESS FOR "ANOICAPPED TACKLED AT NEW UNC CENTER 

'WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR' COULD BE CRY u' HANOICAPPEO AT SMITH CENTER 

SOLUTIONS PROPOSED FOR UNC'S HANOICAPPEO fans 

NO RAIN, NO UNC POOL WATER: NATATORIUM AT SMITH CENTfcR DRY UNTIL... 

CA»P. WILLIAM BEAVER 

CHARLOTTE MAN GETS 'REAL LIFE SENTENCE' FOF KILLING OFFICER 

CAMP"ELl . -"iash'HI -" 



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DESTINY HATCHED THEM: THIS BRIDE. BRIDEGROOM ALL BUT GREW UP TOGETHER 
CAMPBELL. A. HARTwELL 

CAMPbELL TO LEAVE UTILITIES PANEL s t n/j 5 /R 6 a ■. N 

CAMPBELL. AGNES ELIZABETH (DECEASED! 

0BITU4RY H 2 6/08/86 C 2 

CAMPBELL. ARCHIE 

ORPHANAGE-S FESTIVE ST. JOHN'S DAY ACTIVITIES A HEE-HAWIIMGI SUCCESS H 2 6/22/86 C 1 P N P3R 

CAMPBELL. B. J. DR. ICHAPEL HILL1 

JlffARCHEH SAYS SEAT BELT LAW NOT REALIZING POTENTIAL H 2 4/10/R6 A 13 u 

||AT BELT LAWS SAVED AOO LIVES. STUDY SHOWS H ? 9/in/nft A ,1 M ,,,n 

RECENT FIGURES SHOW SEAT BELTS SAVE LIVES S 2 3/)2/n£ ' N '" 

BUCKLE UP OP COUGH UP 125 FINE THURSDAY | £ 12/29/B6 A 1 N 

CAMPBELL, CARROLL IS. C.I 

MARTIN HAS ADVICE FOR S.C. REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR-ELECT H 2 11/11/86 A 9 N 

CAMPBELL. CHARLES M. IHONOLULUI IDECFASEDI 

CHARLES CAMPBELL. EX-HAWAII LEGISLATOR, DURHAM RESIDENT H 2 5/20/86 A 8 P 

CA"PBELL. DARIN IBASEDALL PLAYFRI 

HEELS. TECH. TIGERS SURVIVE 1ST-DAY BATTLES H 2 5/15/86 D 1 P N 050 

CAMPBELL. DENNIS MARION DR. 

METHODISM. DUKE AND OURHAM H ? 6/02/86 , , p j 

"ImI ^Y^l'PcH^DRiN^E^R^"- 5 *««"~ "« *™DY H 2 3/19/86 C 3 N U 80 

TOYS REFLECT OUR SOCIETY. SAYS PSYCHOLOGIST g \ \\',\%'/\b B ? T F Ml 

campbell. george igreensboroi 

annexation issues often land in courts around n.c. s 2 u/2a/86 a 5 

Campbell, george preston "gp- 

DURHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 s j 7/09/B6 » , „ T8S 

CAMPBELL. GLEN 

CAMPBELL TO DEBUT H , =.,,,.. n , . D c 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT " | 1/IH15 l J 

NOSTALGIA, CURRENT EVENTS SHA» E STAGE H 7 S/IR/Rft' 2 f P N no 

CPOONFRS ON THE C0URS= „ I i'AVlttt J ,} S o Cl 



CAMPBELL. JAMES IOECEASEDI 
DBI TUARY 



SKEPTICISM PERSISTS ABOUT PUBLIC SAFETY 

Jrl ScEtH.^"? 74 . 1 !^ THE 'NSW-RS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT PUBLIC 

illl C |n, T ;?; S r^l?c R ^ 0UEST DIVIDES COUNCIL PANEL 

F i5Sl^ P0LICF COSTS CLEARLY STATED IN BUDGET 

CAMPBELL TO URGE CITY TO DROP FOOD TAX 



2 5/18/86 A {', 
H 2 3/13/86 B 



S 2 7/30/86 A 11 



CAMPBELL, JAMES E. 

STATE COURT ORDERS NEW TRIAL IN ASSAULT CASE H 2 3/06/86 A 15 N 

CAMPBELL, JERRY (LIBRARIAN) 

ELECTRONICS DESTINEO TO RECORD INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE H 2 3/30/86 3 P U HA5 
CAMPBELL, JOHN W. (WILSON! 

OWNER OF ELECTRICAL COMPANY DISAPPEARS H 2 7/17/Rf. » 11 u 

MISSING MAN LEFT t!2 MILLION BUSINESS BEHIND H 2 6/02/86 B 2 N 

CAMPBELL. MARK THOMAS ICHARLOTTEI 

WOMAN CRITICALLY INJUREO IN WRECK H -> „„„,, „ , .. 

FAYEITEVILLE WOMAN KILLEO IN HILLSBOROUGH ACCIDENT „ \ IfnV/lb B 6 

CAMPBELL. MELINOA ANN (HEN0ERS0N1 (DECEASED) 

HENDERSON GIRL, 17, FATALLY HURT IN WRECK H 2 5/16/86 A 1A 
CAMPBELL, ORVILLE 

MERGER COMMITTEE MEETS TQOAY , SETS PRESS CONFERENCE H 3 2/05/»6 B 1 N 
CAMPBELL, OEDELL JUNIOR I H I LL SBOR OUGH) 

500 ARRESTS SEEN FROM DRUG PROBE u 7 s/,t/» t . ,o m 

ORANGE ARRESTS MADE IN DRUG ROUNDUP ; [ 5/1V86 C 1 N 
CAMPBELL, RICHARO JR. 

POLICE CHARGE 8 WITH SOLICITING % 2 ll/l7/g6 A , „ 

CAMPBELL, RICK 1RIGSBEE TIRES) 

AMERICAN'S CLOSING MAY NIP NEIGHBORS H 2 6/28/86 B 1 N A 5A 
CAMPBELL, ROBERT ("CAPTAIN BOB") 

CAPTAIN BOB FIRED FROM JOB 

CAMPBELL, THEODORE (ROUGEMONTI IOECEASEDI 

EX-SUN COMPOSITOR PASSES AWAY AT 76 c , ,„,,„,„. , , 

THEOOORF CAMPBELL, RETIRED EMPLOYEE OF HERALD-SUN H 2 1S/M/86 C \ 

CA"PRELL, TOM (DURHAM CITY COUNCIL) 

R C E J ma'rkTcl , AR, J e ; ,eT ;H(;R DURH4M PRaPERTY "»« I 2 1/16/-6 A 1 P N H„, 

NO CARTEL MEMBER S f \ / .ll / .$ b 4 6 N 

DURHAM PARKING DECK PLANS ADVANCE V % i / £l'A b 4 ' F 

PUBLIC NEEDS PROGRESS REPORTS ONCIVIC CENTER g I V,l%',li A \ \ M6 ° 

COUNCIL«EN SAY PROPFRTY FOR GARAGE SHOULD BF GIFT ?l VRX'lVl \ f £u„a 

SPLIT COUNCIL OKS SUPPLY-STOKE ZONE I ! l,\J,\ b f S "H 

FEDERAL CUTS EXPAND CITY BONO ISSUE I ? I'llV/lt \ S m£o 

NEW SEWER PLANT PART OF BOND I f I'AVAt f 2 ?. b l 

CUSTOMERS WILL FEEL CITY LANDFILL FFc CHANrF I \ ^'.il'.V' 4 ! ° Mf, ° 

DOUBT, FRUSTRATION FUEL N-PLANT CONCERNS I I b/ ,°I',$ b * ' " " X26 

RFSULTS ARE MIXEO IN MERGER EF FORTS I I V/oVAt i ? n n III 

CITY LE«DERS TOUR FESTIVAL I i ?,??,"£ t ! S H SSI 

3.£2y N £It5 6N ! M4Y0R PLEDGE FESTIVAL SUPPORT H 7 YAl'llh r l B III 

DANCE FEST GETS PLEDGE OF SUPPORT H j iOjtogS f dm" 

COUNCIL WON'T APPEAL RULING I i A/A/lt r K y»s 

?nf R J; Y ONWARRAIIIED IN REZONI'IG DISCUSSION H 2 11/ ft/86 n I F 

v'^Sis^VE'S^^P.JB'L'.-'-^F'ESY 5 ^! " ? '"^ " ' H S51 

SkIptJIlIsV SPsisTs ABOUrpuBLIC 4 SAF Y TY V ° 16 I \ WAl'Al \ I 2™ 

H 2 1 1/21/16 3 1 P N S51 

|iNG^N0;XBUSlSG^iLES^Iir5vi r FOO0'" A g I ll^l! i \ \ H7 ° 

BELL ASSAILS EFFORT AGAINST FOOD Tax S ? !?/?n^5S J ' »» 

F ?2E = 1 SN I 'BULK- OF SALES TAY REVENUE H 7 \¥/\l/ll 1 I ? ° 6 

CAMPBELL DUES HOMEWORK JJ \ WAliv'l 4 ? \ 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE MAY D1SSI1I vc IT<:ci c - ^ 12/16/86 A A L 

CITY PANEL"-Flv T OR.BLE Y -°Ta S RE L MOVING E F L QOD TAX g | }|if?«J 5 ,» P Jj ? 7 ? 

PANEL FAVORS ENO TO FOOD TAX ? % WAViVt r , M 5 ,li 

?HE S ? L ^DSVg^c'^S 1T TlS I6IJTIm CURRE "ED 1 | \\',\VAl C 5 S "" 

' ' uliLui S IAX H 2 12/ j 3/J , 6 c 2 N 

CAMPBELL, TUM IRALEIGHI 

TWO RALFIGH MEN BUYING SEVERAL RADIO STATIONS H 2 2/28/B6 B 5 N 
CAMPBELL, VINUS =>ETHEA (OECEASEOI 

° B1TU4RV H 2 7/3, /-6 B 2 



HONTHLY/A 



I N 3 E X 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



0PI T UARV 

Campbell, WAYNE IOJRham MERCHANTS ASSOC. I 
DOSSIER: N. WAYNE CAMPBELL 
FIRM EYES DOWNTOWN LANO BUY 
DURHAM MERCHANTS HOPING TO SE= SMILING FACES ON TOIANGLF SHOPPERS 

CANADA, GENEVA PARRISH IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CANADAY, ROBERT cranklIN 

TWO HURT IN CAR, BUS WRECK 

CANNAQA, LOIS 

THOSE "SOS POPPERS ARE GONNA ROCK AGAIN 

CANNAOY, CHARLES 

MAN STABBED AT PARTY 
STABBED HAN SAID 'STABLE' 

CANNAOY, CLAUDIA 

5-MINUTE ShOwER WON'T LANO YOI IN JAIL IN CHAPEL HILL 

CANNAOY, DAVID J. 

POST OFFICE OPUNKS 

CANNAOY, JAMFS BRUCE (OECEASEOI 
0«ITUARV 

cannaoy, robert lee 

police charge b with soliciting 

canning, everett 

•invisible force' permeates mjsejm's high-tech art 

cannon, "ary rogers (deceased) 

OBI Tuary 

CANNOVA, WILLIAM LARRY 
WHE»E .IS JUSTICE? 
MOM SEEKS MORE THAN ".-MONTH TERM FOR EX-HUSBAND'S INCEST 

CANOVA, WILLIAM LARRY 

2 MEN SENTENCED IN SEPARATE SF X ASSAULT OF GIRLS CASES 

CANTRELL. 3ERTIE 

FORMER BEAUTY OUEFN ACCUSES PAPER OF LI3EL 

CANTWELL, KEVIN 

CRE"INS HIRES CANTwELL 
G». TECH HIRES ASU COACH 

CA'.'UTT, YAKIMA 

WESTERN FILM SOCIETY TO HONOR AC TOR- STUNTMAN 

CAPAAN, JACOB "JAKE" IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

CAPERS, EM»A IDECEASEOI 
UBITUARY 

CAPILOS, NICHOLAS 

NEw PRIEST ASSIGNED TC ST. BAPbSRA GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH 

CAF IZZ! , R"BFRT DR. 

STUDY INDICATES PROLONGED CHE' OTHER APY HELPS Cu»E 

CAPDNE, AL 

..."The MYSTERY OF AL CAPONE'S VAULTS"... (CARTCONI 

...AL CAPONE'S VAULT SEEMS TO BE COMPLETELY EMPTY. ICARTOONI 

CAPPS, J. CEROY 

UNION WORKERS MERGE INTO LOCAL WITH DURHAM HEADQUARTERS 
N.C. FOOD -ORKERS ORGANIZE 

CAPPS, JOHN III IBALtl HEADED MEN OF AMERICA CLUB) 
HEAD-tj-mEAD COMPETITION 

CAPPS, JUDY IHAW RIVER) 

MAN'S WIDOW SAID HE DIDN'T THREATEN OFFICER 

CAPPS, LEE HOOD 

DOSSIER: LEE HOOD CAPPS 

CAPPS, L^RENZA IEVA ST. I 

TWO MEN CHARGED «ITH CHECK FORGERY 
Two DURHAM men FACE FORGERY CHARGE 

CAPPS, WALTER WESLEY IHAW RIVER) IDECEASEOI 
HAW RIVER HAN FATALLY SHOT 

MAN'S wIOOw SAIO HE DIDN'T T H 5E«TEN OFFICER 
NO CHARGES OLANNEO AGAINST OFFICE" 

CAPUTO, RENE 

COVERAGE COMMENDED 

CAPAWAN, HARCLD E. 

PROTECTING The RIVER 

CARAWAY, ELOISE PEACE IDECEASEOI 

OBITUARY 

CAFbO, DOROTHY 

HOME REPAIR: WOMAN'S C INAL FRONTIER 

CARO, GERTRUDE S. 

STRANGE ACTIONS 

CARD, ORSON SCOTT 

BOOK WINS HUGO AwART 

CAROEN. maCky IELDN COLLEGE FOOTBALL COACH) 
ON THE OUTTEO LINE 
FAMILIAR TALE: ELCN ON TOP 
FANFARE: ALL-NAIA TF_" 

CAPOFN, NORMAN F. "SKIP" III IABC BOARDI 

LEWIS RETIRES: CAROEN JOINS A" C BOARD 
CAROEN TO HEAD DURHAM ABC 30AR0 

CARDEN, WAYNE «. "TOmhy" IOECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

CAROEN, WESLEY DAVID IGI3SONVILLE I 

THREE TEEN-AGERS CHARGED IN BOWLING ALLEY BREAK-IN 













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9/01/86 


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2/05/86 

2/08/86 

11/26/86 


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A 


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l/U/86 


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10/07/86 


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N 




H ? 


12/27/96 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 
S 2 


3/15/86 
8/1S/06 


B 

C 


6 
1 




N 

N 




H 2 


7/16/86 


A 


1 




N =i81 




H 2 


12/09/B6 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


9/14/86 


C 


2 




O 




S 2 


11/17/86 


A 


7 




N 




S 2 


1/24/86 


C 


1 


p 


N J13 




H 2 


1/16/R6 


B 


2 




n 




H 2 
H 2 


10/01/86 
10/05/86 


A 

c 


4 

7 




L 

N A 54 




H ? 


5/29/86 


B 


2 




N S32 




H 2 


11/02/86 


C 


B 




N 




S 2 

H 2 


4/07/86 
4/39/86 


D 
D 


5 
3 




N 
N 




H 1 


6/14/86 


C 


1 




N H60 




H 2 
H 2 


5/06/86 
5/07/86 


c 

C 


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H 2 


7/24/86 


B 


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n 




H 2 


2/22/86 


A 


7 




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H 2 


5/09/86 


C 


7 




N 




H ' 
H 2 


4/26/66 
4/29/86 


A 

A 


4 
4 


T 
T 


T C50 
T R56 




H 2 

S 2 


6/04/96 
7/03/«6 


c 

A 


1 
IS 




N 

N 




H 2 


9/12/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 1 


1/09/86 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/29/86 


A 


9 


p 


G 




H 2 
S 2 


7/03/86 
7/D3/P6 


B 
A 


5 
5 




N 
N 




H 2 
H 1 
H 1 


1/03/96 
1/09/86 
1/30/86 


B 

E 
B 


4 
1 
1 




N 

N 
N 




H 2 


5/21/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


11/20/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


10/29/86 


A 


10 









H 2 


7/07/86 


B 


1 


T 


F Zll 




H ■> 


10/29/86 


A 


5 




L 




H 2 


9/04/86 


: 


6 




N 




S 2 
H 2 

h 2 


3/13/96 

9/26/86 

ll/18/«6 


b 

D 
B 


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19 

4 


P 
P 


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F 

H 




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S 2 


5/23/86 
5/23/86 


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C 


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7 




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N 




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8/02/96 


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MONTHLY/ 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



N A H E S 



S 
E 
C PG 



PAGE 7 1 
1/09/17 



CAREW, ROD 

NO LIMP FOR CAREW 

CAREY, JAMES D. IOXFORDI (OECEASEOI 

800Y OF GXFORD MAN. 27, FOUND IN ROCK QUARRY 
MISSING OXFORD "AN FOUND IN QUARRY 

CAREY, MOSES 10RANGE CO. I 

LAND PURCHASE ON AGENDA IN CHAPEL HILL 
DISCOURTEOUS TREATMENT 

CAREY, P. V. (PROFESSIONAL MORTUARY SERVICESI 

UNC OFFICIAL SLOWED SANOLIN PAYMENTS — WITNESS 

CAPL, HILL 

EDMISTEN CONSIOFRS RUN FOR L T. GOVERNOR 
BUSINESSMAN EYES BIO FOR GOVERNOR 

CARLES - HAMMER, KIM (CHAPEL HILLI 
FIRST BIRTHDAY FOR FIRST 

CARLES - HAMMER, 2ACHARY 

FIRST BIRTHDAY FOR FIRST 

CARLSON. COB 

YOUNG P n ETS 

CAPLSON, HOPE STEPHANIE 

60 RECEIVE MJREHEAD SCHOLARSHIPS 

OURHAM STUDENTS AMONG MOREHEAD SCHOLARS 

TOP NORTHERN HIGH STUDENTS SAY PERSISTENCE KEY TO ACHIEVEMENT 

CARLTON, CYNTHIA 

PERSON RE20NING CLEARS THE WAY FOR SKATING PINK 

CARLTON, DOUG 

ON FIGHTING THE BIG BOYS AND THE GOVERNMENT 
DOSSIER: DOUGLAS 0. CARLTON 



(DECEASEDI 



CARLTON, H. WADE SR . 
OBITUARY 

CARLTON, RICKY ALAN 

PICKUP ROLLS OFF PAMP, PINS MAN 

TRUCK ROLLS OFF RAMP, PINS DURHAM MAN 

CARLTON, WILLIE JAMES "WEASEL" 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING FOOD MARKET 
3 INDICTED FUR ROBBFRY 

CADLUCCI, FRANK 

PRESIDENT'S SUMMONING COUNSEL IS APPROPRIATE 

CARMACK, GILBERT (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CARMAN, BARBARA 

ROUMMATFS: SHARING CAN BE COSTLY 

CARMELIA, ETHEL SANFORD (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



CAPMICHAEL W. 
DOSSIER: 



D. "BILLY" III 

WILLIAM D. CAR-ICHAEL III 



CAPMICHAEL, RUSSELL LEE IOXFORDI (OECEASEOI 

FUNERAL SERVICES PLANNED FOP OXFORD WRECK VICTIM 
GRANVILLE COUNTY MAN KILLEO IN TWO-CAR WRECK ON N.C. 

CARMOOY, JUSTIN 

FOR S"ALL FRY, 



MAGIC OF CHRISTMAS LINGERS 



CARMON, LENNON VANCE JR. (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CAPNES, JAMES 

FOUR DEMOCRATS, ONE REPUBLICAN FILE FOR FRANKLIN SHERIFF 
FRANKLIN COUNTY VOTERS ELECT JOHNSON SHERIFF 

CARNFS, REPECCA B. (CHAPEL HILLI 
CANDIDATE OF COURAGE 

CAROLINA, RODNEY 

SOUTHERN'S PARKFR TOPS CITY-CPUNTY LIST 
SPARTANS, BULLDOGS GAIN FINALS 

CARPENTER, E. S. 

MERCHANTS COMPLAIN OF 2EAL0US TICKETING 

CARPENTER, EUGENE S. JR. 

SON IS ACCUSED AFTER 51 MILLION JEWELRY THEFT 
SON CHARGED WITH STEALING VAN 
SEARCH CONTINUES AFTER JEWEL IH=FI 

CARPENTER, EUGENE S. SR . 

SON IS ACCUSED AFTE' 11 MILLION JEWEL D Y THEFT 
SEARCH CONTINUES AFTER JEWEL THEFT 

CARPENTER, G. H. ICALEIGHI 
THE MISGAUGEO LAKE 

CARPFNTER, HUBERT 

COUPLE TO CELEBRATE 60TH ANNIVERSARY 

CARPENTER, JESSE THOMAS (CHARLOTTESVILLE, 
OBITUARY 



VA.I (DECEASEDI 



CARPENTER. LIBBY 

COUPLE TO CELEBRATE 60TH ANNIVERSARY 

CARPFNTER, MARVIN CRAIG (DECEASED! 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK; DRA". RACING CHARGES FILED 
FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 

CARPENTER, THEADORF (VALE! (DECEASEDI 

HOUSE FIRE KILLS MAN IN HIS HnME AT VALE 

CARPER, PAT 

DURHAM PEOPLE AT WORK: CARPER OFTEN CALLEO 

CARR, ALVIS B. JR. 

CARR NAMED DIRECTOR OF DURHAM VA HOSPITAL 
CARP TO HEAD VA HOSPITAL 

CARR, ARTHUR D. (DOROTHY DPIVEI 



FRONTIER NURSE" 



H 2 6/06/86 A 



H 2 4/19/86 ABO 
S 2 4/19/86 A 12 



H 2 12/07/66 C 
H 2 12/22/86 A 



H 2 1/23/86 B 1 P N 046 



H 2 10/19/86 C 3 P N 
H 1 12/31/B6 C 3 N 



H 2 4/06/86 C 1 P P R76 
H 2 4/06/86 C 1 P P R76 
S 2 6/05/86 A 2 P P T37 



H 2 3/08/66 C 1 P N 
S 2 3/08/86 C 1 P N 
S 2 6/06/66 C I P G S84 



H 1 10/07/66 B 1 



H 2 5/04/86 C 19 P F CI 
H 2 9/03/86 A 13 P G 



H 2 4/25/86 B 



H 2 2/22/86 A 6 
S 2 2/24/86 C 2 



S 2 1/17/86 C 1 
S 2 6/03/86 A 10 



H 2 12/05/86 A 4 E 

H 2 12/24/86 A 10 

H 2 9/05/86 B 2 T F Z 11 

H 2 3/12/86 ABO 

H 2 6/11/86 C 2 P G 



S 2 12/05/66 6 18 
H 2 12/05/86 C 9 



H 2 12/27/86 C 1 P N 681 
H 2 11/30/86 C 2 



H 1 2/05/86 B 1 N 
H 2 11/06/86 A 19 N 



H 2 8/20/86 A A 



S 2 11/27/86 C 3 P N 015 
H 2 12/30/66 G 3 » N C68 



H 2 9/26/86 A 1 



H 2 10/06/86 A 1 
S 2 10/08/86 C 1 
H 2 10/09/86 B 1 



H 2 10/06/86 A 1 
H 2 10/09/86 b 1 



N 
N 
N A54 

N 

N A54 

L 



H ? 8/20/86 A 4 

S 2 5/31/66 A 6 P F S27 

H 2 9/17/86 C 4 

S 2 5/31/66 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 3/24/86 B I N 
S 2 3/24/86 A3 



H 2 3/26/86 C 2 "I 

S 2 7/29/P6 B 1 P F G59 



H 2 2/08/66 C 1 P N 
S 2 2/08/86 A 2 p N 



.0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES p fi!L,I? 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/03/17 

S I ' 

N F ELY 

P DATE C PG L P 1VL 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH POSSESSING STOLEN VEHICLES H 2 3/10/66 C 3 N 

"ARK. CAUL (FOOTBALL PLAYER! - .,.,,„ , 

<■ TAR HEELS GET LATE CALL IN •< FL DRAFT H 2 5/01/86 D <. N 

BENNETT. CARR CUT BY NFL s 2 8/26/B6 DIN 

'"""'REYNOLDS TAXES -AY BOOST ARTS CENTER S 2 12/20/86 A 1 N MQ6 

RESTAURANTS WILL COME H 2 12/30/16 A A r 

CARR, CRABTRiE U SIEP»'lNG IN AS SOUTHLAND PRESIDENT H 2 l/SO/M A 2C P N 

SOUTHLAND PRESIDENT STEPPING ? OWN | | 2/03/36 \ '" „ A - 

FIR" MAKtS OF^ER FOR SOUIHLAND PARK S 2 y/iV.Vi ? i J c ?„ 

FEE INCREASES AT NCCU DRAW TRUSTEE'S FIRE H 2 4/17/86 | N F 50 

5 GRADUATIONS TODAY; DURHAM HIGH TO INDUCT A INTO HALL OF FAME H 2 6/06/86 t ° N 

DURHAM HIGH. HILLSIDE GRADUATE NEARLY 350 | 2 */SS/?S r o P R ?t 



ENTERING HALL OF FAME 



S 2 6/06/86 C I ° P R76 



r4RR 'nOMAN C, F'iGHTS EFFECTS OF SICKLE CELL ANEMIA S 2 3/20/86 A 5 N 

r " ARa *DURHAM.S*SHARF OF R=T A IL -S AL ES PIE IN TRIANGLE IS STEAOY AT 2?* H 2 <,/2<V86 C 1? •> U LAI 

'"ARR. JAMES L. P05TS 5 2 1/21/16 A 1 P N <06 

CLERK OF s5pE"iAr CdSrT c_AP. REP. M1CHAUX SEEK RE-ELECTION H 2 1^2^86 C I P N ^ 

DISTRIcV 6 AfTblNF" R ONE U JUDGE E HAVE OPPONENTS IN ELECTION H 2 2/0A/86 C J J 

GENEVA COLVARD: RE-ELECT JIM CARR (AD! " | *^8/»6 t J » » -. 

REPORTS: LEARY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING S 2 */"<J| { J N "°<> 

COURT CLERK COMMENDED H | 5/02/"6 r T P O TP5 

BOwE, CARP SEEKING CLERK'S J0° „_ r | 2 5/02/86 C » « 

CANDIDATES DISAGREE ON MANPOWt R NEEDS J | l/nl/Rs n 2 P N 

JESS BOHE. JA"ES CARR IN CLERK RACE "2 5/04/86 5 1 P , M0<) 

LEGAL INTERESTS EVIDENT IN CAMPAIGN REPORTS S 2 5/06/86 » J ' "05 

VOTING PRECINCT TALLIFS " | l/^7/?h r 1 P N SB' 

CARR RETAINS POST OF CLERK OF COURT » \ \'AV,IX t I ° N -06 

LABARPE. CAPR WIN; MS. JOHNSON TOPS 2 5 2 5/07/86 <r \ * J 0fr 

JIM CARP: THANK YCU IAD! " | V,il,it L 1 M Mn6 

a , |cKi E Cof){tTTEF l, S8£Ei S v8Ti8s'TT J N gACK aIIlTSoSd OUESTIONS I I l./"/U ' 1 i ?8| 

Ss^ JOHNSON w!nS JUDGESHIP^ .EARY. FIR.S_ DION'? AFfIcT ELECTION OUTCOME 5 2 11/05/86 C J N 85 

COUNTY OFFICIALS TAKE OATHS 5 2 12/01/86 C P 'I 185 

COUNTY HOLDS SHEARING IN CERE"ONIES H 2 lifOil 6 L 1 "i 

r ARK, JULIAN S. GEN. , , _/n7/P6 A I M WR? 

GIANT MILLS NEARLY GONE 5 ? 6/02/P6 A 1 ' *»' 

CARR. PEGGY JEAN (LEXINGTON! IDECEASEOI ,„.,.. . „ „ 

MAN IS SENTFNCED TO HOUSE ARREST H ? 7/25/86 A 8 N 

CAPR, ROBEPT WINSTON <■ , , m/pl . c 

PAN=L SHOULDN'T DELAY REVIEW ON INSPECTIONS S 2 &'2J/,"& A A E 

WATTS HCSPITAL: HERITAGE MATED WITH NEW USES H 2 8/02/"6 C L P Jl J 1 J 

PARKING FEES, FINES WON'T GET PEOPLE TO COME OOWNTOWN S 2 »/^/'6 A J L 

OOSSIER: ROBERT WINSTON CARR H ' 'Z ' 66 12 p G 

CABR ' COUNSELORS «E'I IN WINSTON-SALEM S 2 11/07/86 A 1" M 

TARR, WILLIAM SYLVESTER ILEXINGIONI - 7 /,c/R ft A R N 

MAN IS SENTENCED TO HOUSE ARREST H 2 7/25/86 A P N 

C * RRA REflRFMFNT HO-E PLANNEO FOR SHOW-BUSINESS ANIMALS » 2 U/02/°6 C 6 N 

CARRAWAY, GERTRUDE S. INEW BERN! ,,,,,,. . , o u 

FORMER NCCU DEAN RECIPIENT OF GOVERNOR'S AWARD H 2 3/2A/86 B ! " N 

CARRIER. G. P. ""UO" JR. H , 5/n?/flf A 15 N 

SPURRING OF ECONOMY EXPECTED " | |i??V«Z ? I P 1 1 I A I 

FIRST UNION: ECONOMY TO GAIN M M E KTUM THIS YEAR H 2 5/11/86 C 11 P U LAI 

CARRIGAN. BILLY WAYNE (HIODENITEI _____ u 5 i/no/86 All N 

12 MORE PEOPLE INDICTED IN CRO SS-BURN I NG PROBE H 2 1/0SVB6 A 13 N 

CABRI ^.T_L F 6l!2£ 10 YEARS AGO STILL CAUSES ANGUISH. ANGER H 2 6/15/86 A 1 N A 5A 

rARR, F A TAL JA .L!!E 10 YEARS AGO STILL CAUSES ANGUISH. ANGER » 2 6/15/86 A 1 N .5* 

CARR 'fNA«0°fo SCHOOLS' AOMINISTRMI.F POSTS H2 10/1A/86C I N-40 

CAPRINOION. DAFFERLEE Campbell lOETEASEUI , , ,/ ? ,/g b /, i s H03 

OXFORD -AN IS CHARGEO IN MURGER 5 2 /23/Bo A N H U 3 

WOMAN SLAIN IN PERSON COUNTY . " \ fJfJJIE | -J 

OXFORO MAN HELD IN PERSON ^LAYING " • 5/,,„/„! p ! N 

OXFOkD -AN PLEADS GUILTY TO SLAYING M ,/^7/a6 A 3 N 

THOMAS PLEADS GUILTY S l 3/J'/»6 A 3 

CARKINGTON. PORA ELI7ABETH - , 5/0O/B6 A 1 " N 

TUTU WILL SPEAK TO NCCU G5A0S 5 ' >/Ol/ee a i 

CAPRINGTON. ELIZABETH SCOIT , ,,,,/,. A 12 P N 

NURSING GOT H=R OUT CF STATE AND BACK AGAIN [ j 1/57^2? S f p ^ 

FORMER NCCU OFAN RECIPIENT OF GOVERNOR'S AWARD H 2 3/2A/86 B 1 

CACRINGTON, KRISTINE ELI7A1ETH , in/i./Bh a 15 N 

GIRL. 16, CHARGEO AFTER WRECK H ' '""" " 

TARRINGION. -EATER w. ID C CEASEDI , ,/,a/K b r ? 

OBITUAKY H « 2/11/PO 

CAPRINOION. PAUL (DUKE LAW SCHOOL OEANI 3/21/86 C 6 '! 

3 OF 12 CENTRAL GRAOS PASS -A' H ' J/-1/BO L 

CARRINGTON. RALPH DAWSON (OECEASFOI H , i/?o/r 6 B 6 

OBI TUARY ^ i/^/oo 

CARROLL. A. LEWIS IPITTSBOROI IDEC C ASEDI , I? / ?u/ o b a 6 

OBITUARY " < "" '" 

CABRn STROK AR sCM A Tu;5°Soi ALWAYS PRECURSOR OF STROKE » -' 8/07/86 7 N "8C 

CA0RQL v\LL? A CF D r. R KiIs'?N C lTAT?!s FOU, MENTAL HOSPITALS H 2 6/30/16 B 3 N 

CAPS^LL, F. IVY OR. - j 7/IA/Rh A U N 

DURHAM CMFMIST SECRETARY OF GROUP 5 2 2/lA/"6 A 1_ 

CA^k"LL. HEL C N 



MONTHLY/AN 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



PACE 7 3 
1/09/17 



MANAGER FOR ALCOHOL SALES. 



PUT TRASH WHE°E IT BELONGS 

CARROLL. MICHELLE ELIZABETH 

S6 MILLION SUIT FILED AGAINST STORE. 

CARROLL, SEAVY ALEXANDER WESLEY (DECEASED) 

FORMER STATE SENATOR, CARROLL. DEAD AT 68 

CARROLL. WALLACE 

NEWSMEN TO BE HONORED AT UNC 

JOURNALISM HALL UF FAME TO INDUCT FOUR NEWSPAPERMEN 

4 MEN ENTER N.C. JOURNALISM SHRINE 

4 JOURNALISTS GET N.C. HONOP 

CARROLL, WILLIE 

HIGHWAY PATROL CONTINUES PROBE OF 3-VEHICLE WRECK 

CARROW. HILL (N.C. AMATEUR SPORTSI 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL MAY NET 19 MILLION FOR N.C. 

SPORTS FESTIVAL TO BE EXPENSIVE, LUCRATIVE 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 'RIGHT AROUND THF CORNER* 

STATE GAMES SERVING AS TRIAL * UN FOR FESTIVAL 

FESTIVAL OFFICIALS PLAN TO EXPAND DRAW 

SPONSORS' LIST GROWS FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

OLYMPIC FESTIVAL OFFICIALS PRFDICT SUCCESS 

DUKE TO HOST TRACK EVENTS FOR U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

CYCLING SITE STILL ON FF ST I V AL -S TO-DO L ^/ el " vaL 

WADE STADIUM MAY BE FESTIVAL CLOSING SITE 

UURHAM EVENTS TO OPEN, END OLYMPIC FcST 

CARSON, AL 

Y0U C RANG7 ' F,UC " ;E: EASY RE dPES TO FEED FANS FOP SUPER BOWL 

CARSON, CAROLYN 

SHE KEPT HIM ANXIOUS 

rABS °0PITUAHY 4H LE " UEL " P0 °" SR> ICH4p EL HILL) (DECEASED! 

CARTER, AMY 

KEE° AMY OUT OF IT 

CAPTER, ANN (RALEIGH) 

TRIANGLE J REPORT LED TO CONSERVANCY 

CARTER, ANNE 

PLANT FOES ARE DIVERSE 

CARTER, ANNIE MAE RIGSBEE (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CAPTER, CHESTER E. 

CONTINUE PROCESSION POLICE ESCORTS 

CARTER, DOROTHY ( EOEN I 

SANTA'S HELPER REPAIRS DOLLS FOB NEEDY 

CARTER, PUROTHY DR. 

TOXICOLOGY CONFERENCE BEGINS 

CARTER. ELIZA ISLEY (HILLSBOROUGH) (OECEASEDI 

CARTER, ELLIOTT (COMPOSERI 
CIOMPIS UP TO CARTER 

CAPTER, GbRTRUOE SPARROW (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CARTER, HERBERT (OURHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY! 
F ARE WF LL 

CARTER, JIMMY (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 

CALDWELL, CARTER AMONG AREA PLAYERS TO SIGN 

CARTER, JIMMY (PRESIDENT) 

VOTER ADVICE: STAY SOBER ON ELECTION DAY 

CARTER TO SPEAK AT MEREDITH COLLEGE 

KEEP AMY OUT OF IT 

CARTER WALKOUT HONORABLE 

REAGAN POLICIFS HIT BY FORMER PRESIDENT 

iiFJIF, n ^.C AL ? t kt; MN * VEBY CHRISTIAN WAY, ...HE CAN 

PIETV--TM6V' R i FULL OF N IT OUTH BFF0RE " l " " AS 1N GEAR 

TOUGH°?A^G ,i c\RTf2'- 0CY: ,T H0UL ° BE * B '° CHANliE 

GOING ID HELL NOT FALWELL'S PLAN 

CARTER MUSEUM OFFERS GLIMPSE OF PRESIDENCY 

CARTER, JOHN A. MR. 4 NO MRS. (SALISBURY) 

SALISBURY COUPLE PLEDGES S500i000 TO OUKE 

CAPTER, MANDY 

HIROSHIMA POSTSCRIPT: SIGN IIP FOR BAN 
COUNTY NEEOS GOOO GROWTH POLICY 

CARTER, RIC 
MAN FL 

CARTER, ROBEPT LE 
INMATE CHARG 
INMATE IS CH 
CONVICT'S RE 
ACCUSED INMA 
HOSPITAL REL 
INMATE FACES 
ESCAPE CHARG 
PRISONER FAC 
HEARING FOR 
GRAND JURY I 
GRAND JURY I 
ORANGE FSCAP 
ORANGE ESCAP 
F"X: DENY WO 
ESCAPEE SURR 
RULE CHANGE 
PSYCHOLOGICA 
79-YEAR-OLD 
BLOOD TEST E 
CARTER GETS 



GO TO HELL' 



HARD PAUL (GAST0NIA1 (OECEASEDI 

EEING FROM HORNETS RUN DOWN, KILLED BY TRACTOR 

E "RED" 

EO IN ORANGE ASSAULT 

ARGED IN ORANGE ASSAULT 

CORD: VICTIM DECAPITATED 

IE FACING HEARING 

EASFS 78-YEAR-OLD VICTIM IN KIDNAP, ASSAULT 

NEW CHARGE 
E FILED AGAINST C«RTER 
ES WEAPONS CHARGE 
CARTER RESCHEDULED 

nSIct! gSi-fH iN H .SSAULT 4 C S A S ^ LT ^ * ,TE "° S5 W0M * N 

EE ONCE FACED DEATH SENTENCE 

II !5. s r !? r ,, ' ; "A AWAITS WOPO ON FBI AID 

RK-RfcLEASE FOR RAPISTS 

ENDERS TU F»I IN J TAH 

H,KE S MORE INMATE' ELIGIBLE FOR WORK-°EltASE 

L SCREENING DONE ON PRISONERS 

SfSiSfPS={n*£ K '° 0PEN TR,M - 0F ROBERT LEE CARTER 
VIOENCE HEAPO bY JURY IN ORANGE COUNTY 
2ND LIFE TERM IN ASSAULT CASE 



CARTER, SAM C MARY OMA (SALISBURY! 

•REVOLVING DOOK' MENTAL CARE: QUEST FOR ANSWERS 
CARTER, VIRGINIA 



N F E 

P DATE C 

S 2 1/23/R6 A 



H ? 8/24/86 C 6 N 
H 2 12/27/86 A 8 



S 2 3/05/86 A 

H 2 3/16/86 C 

H 2 4/14/86 B 

S 2 4/14/86 C 



S 2 3/ll/n6 C 



9 P N 



e p 



180 
M M10 



s 


2 


2/27/86 


A 


1 




N 


W32 


s 


2 


3/05/86 


A 


1 




N 


W62 


s 


2 


4/09/86 


B 


1 


P 


1) 


18 


H 


? 


6/27/66 


C 


4 




N 




K 


2 


8/14/86 


D 


4 




H 




H 


3 


8/14/66 


B 


1 




N 


L41 


S 


2 


8/14/66 


C 


I 


p 


N 


B85 


s 


2 


11/06/86 


A 


1 




"I 


W8 7 


K 


2 


11/07/86 


C 


1 


C 


N 


C52 


H 


2 


11/21/66 


C 


3 




N 


C5? 


S 


2 


11/21/66 


c 


1 




N 


686 


H 


2 


1/23/86 


c 


1 


T 


F 


HOI 


S 


2 


6/11/66 





1 




IJ 


C09 


H 


2 


9/07/86 


E ' 


a 


p 


F 


7 11 


H 


2 


7/14/66 


B 


6 









H 


2 


5/16/66 


A 


4 




E 





H 2 12/14/86 D 2 F 

H 2 6/21/66 A 4 L 

H 2 2/04/86 C 4 n 

H 2 6/02/86 A 4 L 

S 2 12/11/86 C 5 P F 

H 2 4/15/86 A 12 N 

H 2 10/18/66 C 4 n 

H 2 5/27/86 A 1" R 



H 2 5/10/86 C 



S" 2 12/31/86 C I 3 P P "bb 



H 


2 


2/13/86 





3 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/86 


A 


4 


1 


S 


? 


5/09/86 


( 


7 


P N 


H 


/ 


5/16/86 


A 


4 


F 


H 


I 


7/15/66 


A 


4 


F 


H 


2 


9/12/86 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 


> 


9/12/86 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 


1 


9/13/86 


r 


4 


N 


H 


> 


9/21/86 


n 


4 


p 


H 


? 


9/21/86 





5 


'1 


H 


? 


9/21/86 


n 


5 


,1 


H 


2 


9/28/66 


C 


13 


N 



S 2 11/27/86 B 11 



H 2 11/35/66 C 



H 2 8/06/86 A 
S 2 11/01/86 A 



H 2 8/02/86 A 



2 


4/20/66 


A 


1 N 




2 


4/21/86 


A 


1 P N 




2 


4/22/86 


c 


1 P N 


X 19 


2 


4/22/86 


c 


N 




3 


4/24/86 


B 


N 




2 


4/25/86 


C 


N 




2 


4/26/66 


b 1 


N 




2 


4/26/86 


A 


N 




3 


5/13/66 


B 


! N 




3 


7/0!/n6 


B 


N 




2 


7/01/66 


A 1 


N 




2 


8/15/86 


t 


N 


81" 


2 


8/15/66 


C 


N 




2 


8/16/86 


C 


P N 


Bin 


2 


8/20/66 


c 


N 


810 


3 


8/27/86 


c 


N 


X32 


2 


9/05/66 


B 


P N 


BIO 


7 


1 1 /06/66 


c s 


N 


nai 


2 


1 l/3'/86 


B ' 


N 


B81 


3 


11/08/86 


c 


N 


881 



H 2 2/10/86 A 



<6*0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PACE 74 

1/01/E6 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 

S f T 

N F ELY 

P n HATE C PC I P "YL 

VIRGINIA CARTER UF IBM... H 2 12/27/86 B 2 " P S76 

CARTER, WAYNE F. 

FOR u ER POLK YOUTH CENTER GUAR} CHARGED H 2 6/07/86 A II N 

CARVER. DENNIS 

HE DELIVERS H 2 4/13/86 E 1 P F J40 

CAOVFR, FANNIE PARKER IOECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 12/08/86 B 6 n 

CARVER. LENA (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY H 2 9/3"/P6 B 8 n 

OBITUARY H 2 10/01/16 A •> 

CARVER, LEWIS OLIVER 

MAN ARRESTED IN DRUG RAID S 2 1/08/86 A 1 "I T85 

URUC. CHARGES FOLLOW RAID ON HOUSE H 2 1/09/P6 B 7 N 

CARVER. OPHELIA 8. (R0X60R0I (OECEAS c OI 

MRS. CARVER, I0O, PERSON NATIVE H 2 4/29/R& C ' 

CARVER. BOM 

VANCE LIBRARY COMPLETION DATE NOW MARCH 15 H 1 l/ll/»6 C 1 N H60 

CAPVER. TALHADGE DFWITT "SACK" "ZACK" 

OURHA" POLICE-SBI DRUC. STING NETS 35 S 2 7/01/86 A 1 N T88 

CARVER. THOMAS fl. 

TWO RUN FOR PERSON SHERIFF H 1 2/0V86 U 1 N 

PERSON COUNTY CANOIOATES GIVE VIEWS H 1 5/01/86 B 1 N Sen 

OIXON WINS PERSON RACE H 1 5/07/86 C 1 P N 

PERSON COMMISSIONER EYES RUNOFF H I 5/08/06 8 I 'I 

CAPVER. VEM 

OAZEU TOURIST GETS PARE LOOK H FRENC" LIFE H 2 4/27/86 D 1 ° F c 19 

CARVER. VERNCN L c ON 

42 SAGS OF COCAINE SEIZED H ? 4/08/86 C <• N 

CAPVER. WILLIAM (DURHAM HERALD CO. I 

HONORING EMPLOYEES S 2 12/15/R6 C 4 P P S76 

CAPY, FRF£MAN OH. 

DOCTOR WHO TkEATEO E«ST 'RELEASED' H 2 7/25/86 A 1 N 

EAST 8LAME0 DOCTOR FQR DIAGNOSIS FAILURE H 2 7/27/86 A 1 M 

EAST DOCTOR TIED TO REHNOUIST DRUG DEPENDENCE H 2 8/12/86 A 8 N 

MORGAN DEFENDS nuCTOk CRITICIZED IN EAST'S SUICIDE H 2 8/14/86 A 1 8 P 'I 

CASANOVA 

MORALITY GONE HAYWIRE H 2 7/26/86 A 4 T E 

CASE. ANTHONY CHARLES (ASHEVILLEI 

VETERAN OFFICER ARRESTED IN PROBE OF MISSING DRUGS H 2 3/17/86 e ' N 

CASE. ART (FR ANKLINTONI 

FPANKLINTON POSTMASTER IS APPOINTED H 1 2/J7/66 B 1 N 

CASE. Gary Thomas (HENDERSON co.i 

LINK PROBED IN OVERLOOK SLAYIMGS H 2 5/29/P6 A 15 M 

EVIDENCE ELUSIVF IN MURDERS H 1 8/J5/86 C 2 N 

CASE. PETEP 

CASE COVEPS MUSICAL GROUND FE-I OTHERS TRY IN UNUSUAL RALEIGH GIG H 2 12/n/»6 U 14 R L 37 

CASEY, ELTON 

WALLACE wAOF CUMMANDED RESPECT FROM PLAYERS AND FANS S 2 10/07/86 B I P J 

SUN THANKED FOR LOVERIHG PARADE, BANjUET S 2 12/19/86 A 4 L 

COV c RAGF APPRECIATED H 2 12/22/86 A 4 L 

CASEY, JOHN c. JR. SGT. 

SGT. CASEY TO BE OURHAM AREA AR«Y RECRUITER S 2 4/24/"6 A l» N 

CASEY, THELMA O'NEAL (DECEASE01 

OBITUARY H 2 9/03/86 B 6 

CASEY, WILLIAM 

THE FIVE W'S n F JOURNALISM (ORTuONI H 2 6/J1/P6 4 T T R 56 

SPY TRIAL REVEALS CIA SECRETS (CARTOONI H ? 6'0VS6 A 4 T T C50 

SECRET LEGISLATION REPJRTEu CUTTING CIA'S AUTHORITY H 2 9/26/86 A 3 P N 

ONE SMALL STEP FUR A MAN... (CARTOONI H 2 10/22/86 A ATT R56 

CASEY, «ILLIS (N.C. STATEI 

valvamo: DISCUSSION 0= 'D POST PREMATURE H 2 1/01/66 2PM 

VALVANO'S EXPECTED TU 6: NAME'' PACK'S AD BEFORE LOUISVILLE GAME H 2 2/J8/P6 D I " N 

VALVANO: I'M THE 1 FuR 2 (DUTIES! H 2 2/09/86 C 1 'I 071 

VALVANO ANXIOUS TO SPREAD THE W>HO H ' 3/07/86 D 1 P U "71 

CASEY SOFTENS IMAGE THROUGH NEW APPROACH H ? 11/19/86 B 2 •> N C52 

CASH. BETTY FRANCES (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 7/16/86 C 2 

CASH. COLEMAN LEE 

TWO APE CHARGED AFTFR SMOKE BOMB SET OFF H ? 11/04/86 4 N 

CASH. EVEkETTE LEE 

POLIC c CHARGE 5: THIEF GETS CAR STEREO UNIT S 2 11/25/86 A 3 N 

CASH. GUY IkUTHEPFOkD CO.I 

RUTHERFORD DEPUTY INJURFO BY SHOT H ? 1/17/86 BIN 

CASH. HAZEL 

A BLOW STRUCK FOR THE HOARY PICCO.ON H 2 3/28/86 B 1 N '"97 

CASH, JOHNNY (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

BULLS' JOHNNY CASH NOT SINGINS IH= BLUES S ? 4/0VR6 P 1 ° H P5? 

DURHAM "ULLS '86 S 2 4/10/86 C 2 p F 

CASH, KELLYE (MISS AMERICA 19871 

MISS N.C. SAYS PAGEANT 'COULD HAVE USED A MORE '30S-TYPE WuMAN' H ? 9/18/86 All N 

CASH, MAYNARC ELKIN IDECEASEO) 

OBITUARY H 2 10/20/86 A 8 n 

CASH, MINNIE HOPKINS (BUTllERI (DEC c ASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 2/1I/F6 C 8 P 

CASH, SHARON S. 

CARL FOX ACTED CURRECTLY H 2 2/24/86 A 4 L 

CASH. TOMHY IDFCEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 12/24/86 A 6 

CASH, W. J. 

NEWSMFN 10 BE HONORED AT UNC S 2 3/J5/P6 A 9 P N 

JOURNALISM HALL OF FAME TO INDUCT FOUR NtWSPAPERMEN H 2 J/16/86 C 8 P 'I '161 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



NAMES 



PAGE 75 
1/09/87 



N E 

P DATE 



THE LITERARY LANTERN 

4 MEN cNTER N.C. JOURNALISM SHRINE 

* JOURNALISTS GFT N.C. HONOR 

CASH. WAYNE 

A BLOW STRUCK FOR THE HOARY P'JCCOON 

CASHION, 1E0 JR. 

CARS DAMAGED AT LAKE LURE UFFTCIAL'S HOME 

CASHWELL, JERRY OALE 

MAN RECEIVES TWO LIFE SENTENCES 

CASHWELL. POSA LEE (DECEASED! 
081 TUARY 

CASHWELL, THOMAS EOWARD JR. (AMHERST, VA.I 
VEHICLES COLLIDE; DOkHAM MAN DIES 
GIVING A ID 
TRUCK DRIVER GETS SUSPENDED T=«M IN FATAL ACCIDENT ON DUKE STREET 

CASLEY, R08 ICHARLDTTEI 

SOMEONE USED HIS NAME AND HE ENDED UP IN JAIL 
JUDGE MAKES SURF PIGHT MAN GETS JAIL TIME 

CASPER, DON 

2 1/27 PROPERTY TAX INCREASE IN TOWN'S SUGGESTED BUDGET 
VEHICLE STICKFRS SENT OUT 

CASSEVAH. GARY R. 

MILITAHY BASES LEARN FROM BEST-RUN COMPANIES 

CASTAGNO. MARGARET 

DURHAM'S 'BIRD LADY' CAPES FOR ORPHANED 

CASTERELC, SAUL IDFCFASEDI 

CDU'T BLOCKS N.C. MURDER EXTRADITION 

CASTIGLIONI, LUIGI 

E<RLY N.C. TRAVELER WAS NOT CO MPL I MENTAR Y 

CASTILLU, DEBRA HENSLEY 

PTLICF CHIEF'S DAUGHTER INDICTEO FOR PO°NOGRAPHY 

ASHEVILLE POLICF CHIEF'S DAUG-ITFR FACES CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CHARGE 

CASTLE, HE°U 

WHAT'S SO BAD ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO? 

CASTLOW, JOHN DR. 

COASTAL AREAS NEED PROTECTION FOR FUTURE 

CASTNEO, TnrjY (CABLEVISIQN1 

CABLEVISION MANAGER LFAVING 
DURHAM LOSES CABLE-Tv HFAD 

CASTP IOTA, DAVID DR. 

BOOK TRACES USE OF ART IN POLITICS SINCE ROMAN EMPIRE 

CASTRO, FICEL 

A VIEWPOINT FROM PUERTO RICO: CASTRO HAS REMOVED THE YOUTH 

CATES, ARTHUR CAPPER (DECEASFDI 
OBITUARY 

CATES, ARTHUR GRFEN 
OBITUARY 

CATES, 6FRTHA Hux (HALIFAXI (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CATES, BUDDY CLARENCE 

WOMAN CRITICAL, AFTER SHOOTING; BOYFRIEND CHARGED 

CATES, BUDDY WAYNE 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

WOMAN SHOT IN HEAD DIES; CHARGE CHAN^EO TO MURDER 

CATES, CHERRY LEONA 

HIGH-SPEED CHASE ENDS IN ARREST 
TWO ARRESTED AFTER CHASF 

CATES, CONSTANCE (PAHA"AI 

2 TEENS FACF CHARGE O r "EPcAT BPtAK-INS 

CATES, DANIEL JUNIOR 

OURHA" CRIM^STOPPERS 

CATES, DONALD ALFRED (MELBOURNE, FLA. I (DECEASED) 
u" I Tu^ R Y 

CATES, DOUGLAS (DECEASFDI 
OPITUARY 
OBITUARY 

CATES, ELSIE HAMLETT (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

C4T E^' ERNEST CRANKLIN I H I LLSBOROU". H I I0EC6ASEDI 

CATES, ETTA PECKWITH (HENOERSONI (DECEASFDI 
OPITUAHY 

CATE ' ; aP.lTUARY L0R " Jf MH,TE IHILLSBtPOUGHI (DECEASFDI 

FATES, FLOYD -ILLARD (OECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

CATES, FPEP 

TOWN CLERK I.J MIDDLE OF TOWN <UUA8BLES 

CATES, GEOPGE LEWIS (ATLANTIC ST. I 

2 TEENS CHARGFD IN ROBBERY ATTEMPT 

CATf, HAZEL CARD IDFCFASEDI 
JBITUARY 

CATE5 n°l'f N AR JEFFER50N IMICLSBOROUOHI (OECEASEOI 

CATES, MYRTLE IKEN1RICK CIRCLEI 

RD38EPIES PROBED; DRUG ARRESTS MADE 

CATES, 0«A HYMAN (OECEASFDI 
081 TUARY 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PC- L P "YL 



S 2 3/3I/P6 A 6 

H 2 4/14/06 8 6 P N MID 

S 2 4/14/86 L 4 M 



H 2 3/28/86 B I 

H ? 10/24/86 B 7 

H 2 5/30/86 C A 

H 2 3/1V86 C 2 



S 2 7/10/86 A I P N T6S 
S 2 7/10/86 C 1 o P T37 
H 2 11/18/06 C 1 N S82 



H 2 3/19/86 8 3 
H 2 3/20/P6 8 7 



H 3 5/14/86 C 1 P N 810 
H 3 7/12/86 C 1 N 



H 2 H/27/86 E ? 

H 2 7/17/86 A A 

S 2 3/22/86 A 17 

S 2 7/11/86 C 3 



S 2 10/09/86 C 12 
H 2 10/n/»6 A 16 



H ? 7/15/06 A 
S ? 11/06/86 A 



H 2 1/23/86 B 3 
S 2 1/23/06 A 14 



H 2 12/28/86 C 5 

H 2 8/24/86 C 1 

H 2 5/30/e6 C 6 

H 2 9/20/86 A IP 

H 2 9/11/86 A 14 

H 2 12/08/06 B 8 



S 2 12/08/06 C 1 
H 2 12/09/86 C 6 



S 1 4/29/86 8 1 
H 2 4/30/86 A 11 



H 2 1/13/06 H 7 M 
H 2 4/28/86 C 1 P N 
H 2 2/18/06 C ' 



H 2 6/U1/P6 C 
H ? 6/03/86 A 



H ? 1 1/24/06 ii 8 

H 2 10/30/06 i 2 

» ! 6/21/86 C '. 

H ? 1 1/U2/86 C ?. 

H 2 1/31/86 A 10 

H 2 5/26/86 C 1 

H 2 12/08/P6 P. 7 

H ? 9/09/Ob A 6 

H 2 11/23/06 C 2 

S 2 8/23/86 B 1 

H 2 7/29/oj, a 1? 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/11/96 - W/31/86 



CATES, PHILLIP VANCE 

ENDO«M£MT ESTABLISHED AT F L ON COLLEGE 

CATES. ZE6ULON VANCE 

ENDOWMENT ESTABLISHED AT E L DN COLLEGE 

< " A ™ C Qo{f J ri0H4S FITZHAROLO OR. I H! LL S»OROUGH I (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CATHFRWODD, SANDRA S. (VANCE CO.) 

FIvF FILE FOR VANCE SHERIFF ,, , j/ns/Pf, k l m 

SHERIFF TOPS VANCE COUNTY RAC= H 1 5/07/86 C 1 N 

CATHEY. CC»NElIUS OLIVER "PHIL" I D c C c ASEOI 

CATHEY, EX-UNC OEAN. DIFS AT 7 S <; , ,,„.,,. , .„ ,-. 

DR. CATHEY, FORMER OEAN OF STJDENT AFFAIRS AT UNC H 2 6/0R/°6 C 7 

CATLFTT, EU^HETa IakTISTI 

SCULPTOR. FOR-ER 0U°HAM TEACHER, HAS RETROSPECTIVE IN W INSTO.N- SA LF M H ? 5/23/P6 D 11 I 

CATO, ALLEN 

AUTOMOBILES JAM UP ALONG N.C. 54 AFTER LINE IN CENIER OF P&AO MOVES S ? 7/26/P6 A I o N -<06 

CAUBLE, KAR£(: IHIGH POINTI 

HIGH POINT CjrK GREANO WINNER H 2 3/13/R6 C 3 » N 

CAUOILL, Bl«tr M. 

BLEAK JUDGMENTS DRAWN ON FUTURE FOR APPALACHIA, DESPITE BILLinNS IN AID H 7 11/0VP6 8 7 N 

CAUOILL. LARRY 

FIRE ESCAPE „ ? 2/15/ , 6 , „ „ 

CAUDLE, ROLA>'D K^NDELL I F AYET TE VI LL E I (DEC^A'EOI 

2 ARRESTED F R MURDER 5 ? 1/1S/R6 A 1 r H TB-= 

16-YEAR-OLD CHARGED IN SLAYING OF ACQUAINTANCE, 18 H 2 l/16/=6 P I P 4 AS4 

MURDER DEFENDANT APPEARS IN C1URT s? l/16/»6 C IP N r \% 

G=ANU JURY [NOICTS GILL FOR MJROER S 2 2/0S/°6 A IN T HS 

MANSLAUGHTER PLEA NETS YOUTH 1 YEARS I | 6/n,/Sfc r N rki 

TEEN PRAwS 3 YEARS IN FATAL SHOOTING H 2 6/34/86 B 3 N 

CAUSRY, G£"E 

SCHOOL MEPG=R ALLOWS FLEXIBILITY, STUDY PANEL TOLO H 3 4/10/06 A 27 N W77 

CHEERLEADERS P£P UP COUNTY SCHOOLS- RALLY H 7 a/27/86 C 1 7 .J j 40 

CAUSEY, ROPEPT 

OPERATION MAY HFLP N.C. MAN HEAR GRANDCHILDREN H 2 6/16/»6 D 4 1 

CAUTHE-I, ANGIE [CHARLOTTE I 

SUPPORT RECEIVES THANKS s 7 7/u5/»6 A 4 L 

CAUTOELL, WOFTUY 

MAN CHAPGED IN STABBING S p 4/ll/°6 C 1 '! 

CAVANAGH, G. S. T. 

EYESOOE PRECEDED TOw£R H j , /24/pt) , 4 L 

CAVAROCCHI, NKholas C. Ok. 

SURGEON DECIDES NOT To Take JOB H 3 2/2<i/°6 ■> 1 N 

CAVENA°, JFSSE 

SUIT DISMISSED IN IRM SHOOTING CASE H 2 lO/D'S/86 C A » N 

CAVENOER, GORMAN C. 

BAPTIST FACTION PROPOSES NEW 5ULES H 2 U/03/86 C 5 »l 

CAVEY, JCE 1U.S. CENSUS BUREAU! 

CENSUS BUREAU TO ask ABOUT JOTS S ? l/16/»6 C 1 ■• J82 

CAVIN, «ADE 

^'l T a ?rP.K,r TAPS C4VI " i ? .1/20/86 C 1 P x 



GIFT TO UNC 

CAVINESS. ADOLPHUS IOECEASED) 
OBITUARY 



5 2 12/22/e6 C 1 R P 
H 2 7/07/86 C 



CAVINESS, GRADY 

MEbANE COUNCIL SUGGESTS WAYS TO IMPROVE POLICE H 1 1/2V<- C 1 V 

SOME TOWNS LOSE TPAINFD UFFIC'RS BECAUSE OF PAY H 1 lo/ol/.J p { N S 8" 

CAWLEY, CRYSTAL 

OF DANCERS, LAND, FEET, HANDS H 2 10/24/86 C 1 " P G6» 

CAWLEY, TEP£NCE 

NEW PLAYS READ s 2 9/07/=6 DIN 

CEC IL, -ILL I AM A. V. 

G°EAT HOMES IN U.S. NEV=R POWER CENTERS H 2 7/06/86 F 7 N 

CELEOONIA, MARK 

STATE-TTLH WINNFK TO GAIN EO&f S ? 5/16/06 1 f N PS? 
CELL. GILLIAN DR. IUNC-CHI 

UNC CAMPAIGN SURPASSES GOAL S 7 9/77/86 A 1 •! 

S ,t!? GE -,! N , FS S; S ?' , f N APPLICATIONS EXPECTFO 10 CONTINUE AT UNC H 3 11/23/86 C N LOP 

UNC JOl^S EDUCATION ALLIANCE H 2 11/27/86 8 1" N 

F£°OA, MIGUEL IdOUMVILLEI 

POLICE SAY GUN WAS SEWN INTO TOLL H 7 7/11/86 A I" N 

CHABAKU, MOTLALEPULA 

S. AFRICAN IN N.C. GRANTED AS"LUM S 2 1/20/86 LI" N 

CHAOWICK. Charles °. IOECESSFOI 

S|J"fS T " 2 6/20/-6 C » 

OP-ITUARY H ? 6/2I/»6 C <■ 

CHAOKICKi DAVIO NICHOLAS J". IDECEASFQ1 

DURHAM "AN DIES WHILt PAR T IC |P A f I NG IN RALEIGH PACE H 2 4/14/>>6 A 10 ° 

OPITUARY H j <,/15/»6 C ? O 

CHAOWICK. DEBO=ah 

DORHA- TEFN HEAOS FOR OP£SM <; 2 11/24/86 A I P N S92 

DURHAM HIGH SENI00 WINS ALGFR AWAR0 H 2 11/25/^6 C 1 P N 

DESERVING ALGER .INNtP H ? /29/°6 A 4 

MRS. CHAOWICK IS INSPIRATION TO BOTH FAMILY AND F»l".iS S 2 U/2">/«6 A 4 L 

CHAOWICK. OPHELIA 

MRS. ChADWICK IS INSPIRATION TO BOTH FAMILY AND FRIFNPS S 7 U/29/F6 A 4 L 

CHAOWICK, PAY 

chacwIck shines in angels 1 intrasouao game h 2 3/0S/S6 b ? p n 

CHAOWICK NEAR LIFP AS an ANGEL H 2 3/0O/86 § 10 p N G5o 

CHAOWICK. STFPHF-j K. AOM. 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



fj A H E S 



FAGt 77 

1/09/87 



•NO PRU8LFMS. JUST CHALLENGES' 

CHAFE, WILLIAM 

CHAFE TAKES PART IN SOVIET EXCHANGE 

CHAFFEE, ROGFR (ASTRONAUT! (DECEASED! 

DISASTER BRINGS bACK MEMORIES OF HAPPY TIMES WITH ASTRONAUTS 

CHALFLINCH. SHELLY (DECEASED! 

DEATH ROW INMATF LOSES COURT APPEAL 

CHALK, RICHARD (R-GUILFORDI 

ASSEMBLY HAS NUMBER OF MODERN-DAY UUIXOTES 

CHALMERS. CHARLES IOECFASEOI 

DRIVER FACES MANSLAUGHTER CHANGE IN U e ATH OF TOY, 7 
MAN GETS PRISON TERM FOP DEATH OF bOY, 7 

lL "0lfef^!y ; cSKHfliSpK!! ,T " ciruENS T0 HELP PRE " F " T « IMF * 

?N U ?G H HT D UT^^Elf 6 TO L F,GH? K,£*° "."6STOPPFKS GkOUP 

CHAMBERLAIN, bILL 

PROGRAM WILL ENLIST ATHLETES TO FIGHT CRIME, DRUG ABUSE 

CHAMBERLAIN, LCCKwOOO 

DURHAM BUILDING DECLINES 

CHAMBERLAIN, RHETT JR. 

DURHAM JOBS HARD TO FIND FOR SOME 
DURHAM HAS JOBS FOR STEVENS WORKERS 
EMPLOYEES TO TAKE UNPAID LEAVF 

uAt?cof C '!!-c' V !'„ H i J S T „ E ' ;F0KTS ° F LEAF WORKERS TO FIND NFw JOBS 

WORKERS FAlE LOWtR-PAYING JOBS 

OURHAM CLOSINGS CHANGE LIVES 

HOW WILL DURHAM WEATHER ITS BUSINESS TREMORS' 



CHAMBERS, noRQTHY 
OBITUARY 



n. (DECEASED! 



CHAMBERS, HERMAN TALMAOGE (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

CHAMBERS, JOSEPH RFV. (CHARLOTTE! 

ANII-PORN GROUP GAINS MORE SUPP n RT, NATIONAL ATTENTION 

CHAMBERS, JULIUS L. 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS STILL NFEDEn, OFFICIAL OF NAACP SAYS 

chambers, louie ragan (deceased! 

mrs. lonie ragan chambers, 102 

chambers, cpp1e manness (oeceasedi 
ob ituary 

champers, sherry 

a shocking display 
savoring our differences 
3e open ano honest 

champion, george jr. 

loser requests recount in franklin sheriff's race 

Chan, Francis 

entrepreneurs were seeking t4 million at venture '8ft 

chance, chris 

ieen injured in fight during party 

police charge durham man with shooting into car 

chandler, a. c. dr. 

experts: dom't stare at eclipse 

chandler, andrfw "junior" (marshall! 

3 chapgeu with assaults un childrfn 

chandler, Charles 

peering into football's window to the past 

chandler, dudley c. jr. or. ( w i ns ton-i al fm i 
winston-salem oentist gets award 

chandler, james drewry (d6ceasfoi 
obituary 

Chandler, kapen 

ciiy schools focus on fixing things up 
hicks stresses urgent need for school bonds 

chandler, leon (ruug r monti 
why buy foreign cars? 

CHANDLER, »»»Y SANDLING (DECFASEDI 
OBITUARY 

CHANDLER, TOM 

JUDGE TO PULE AGAINST ZONING ACTION 

CHANEY, PICHARD G. 

5ubI E 'cHA-NEY fIlES^kFE^cSurTsEAt" 4 ^" F ' LES f0 ' JUDGE 

390 CANDIDATE FILES FDR JUDGESHIP 

HUDSON FILES FOR RE-ELECTION 

S'SI R ' Lr ATTORNEY, ONF JUDGE HAVE OPPONENTS IN ELECTION 

REPORTS: LEARY LEAOS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING 

P rrTF\,!- F :^ e , 0F , LI ' , '' :njF:Nr v O'J' H WITHOUT TREATMFNT 

riJU t uS F Mtl2 U ?H T l fSfCHIATRIC "ELP PROVED FRUSTRATING 

5uBc S |."^LI?' f 1E AT ogSI A UN 4 A a s?!,CFS POUCE CH,EF ^ AS S I TER7 .. .JUDGES 

POLICE NO-SHOWS IN CUUHT UPSET JUDGE, CHIFF 

OFFICERS SHOULD APPEAR WHFN CASES SCHEDULED 

MS DGE nS^n5 uVm FNI , L ,^ c CH ^ CF T0 H4VF 54Y in THEIR PUNISHMENT 

COUNT? H O^FICiIlS TAK^QATHS ' ^ '"'""' U ' DN * T *""' ELECII0N 

Chapel, cedric (ROxbopoi 

two children hurt in roxboro fire 

K ,?.£ F i9°, , AP4RruENT FI * e CRITICALLY BURNS 2 CHILDREN 
BURNED CHILDREN IN CRITICAL CONOmON 

CHAPEL, CEDRIC (ROXBOROI 

TWO CHILDREN HURT IN ROXBORO FIRE 

ROXPORU APARTMENT FIRF CRITICALLY BU.<NS 2 CHILDREN 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C P r L P BYL 

H 2 12/21/86 I ° F GO= 

S 2 10/07/86 C 4 N 

H 2 1/29/66 A 9 P N U27 

H 2 11/04/86 3 A N 

S 2 7/11/B6 All J 

H 2 2/05/96 B 1 N 

H 2 9/26/86 B 6 N 



H 2 3/12/86 C A P N M51 

S 2 3/12/86 C I N T8S 

S 2 6/20/86 C I P N 

H 2 8/10/86 C 1 N "51 



H 2 2/U7/B6 A 10 N 046 
S 2 11/24/86 A 1 >l W8? 



S 2 3/U8/86 A 1 N B46 

S 2 4/17/86 A 1 N W82 

S 2 5/09/86 C I H W32 

S 2 9/26/56 A 1 o N W82 

H 2 8/27/86 A 8 N L 4 I 

S 2 9/03/86 A 1 P N n95 

H 2 9/21/86 A 1 N L 4 t 



H 2 5/11/86 C 2 

H 2 8/17/86 C 2 

S 2 10/11/86 C 2 

H 2 10/12/86 A If- 

H 2 12/27/96 A 8 

H 2 10/14/86 c 2 



H 2 6/16/86 A 4 
H 2 6/24/86 A A 
H 2 6/27/86 A 5 



S 2 11/12/86 A 14 
H 2 5/11/86 C 1 1 



H 2 1 1/02/86 C 
5 2 11/03/86 A 



N B35 

N HI 

N 
N 



S 2 10/02/°6 A ION S33 

H 2 6/09/86 A 13 N 

H 2 8/03/86 B 1 U C36 

H 2 7/04/86 3 ft N 

H 2 9/13/86 A 10 



H 2 5/25/86 IPC C19 
S 2 10/27/86 A 1 N 



H ? 1/09/86 A 



H 2 4/08/R6 C 



H 


3 


12/06/86 


B 


1 


N 


MIO 


S 


2 


1/09/Bj, 


A 


1 P 


N 


X05 


H 


2 


1/10/86 


B 


I P 


N 


S82 


H 


2 


1/19/86 


C 




N 




s 


7 


1/30/86 


C 


1 P 


N 




H 


I 


2/04/86 


C 




N 




S 


2 


4/29/86 


A 




N 


MJ6 


H 


2 


5/18/86 


C 


1 P 


fl 


S02 


H 


2 


6/15/86 


c 




N 


S8? 


SAY MO H 


2 


8/29/86 


B 


1 P 


N 


S82 


H 


2 


9/02/86 


A 




N 


S82 


H 


2 


9/15/86 


B 




N 


S82 


H 


2 


9/16/86 


A 




E 




H 


2 


10/13/86 


B 




N 


S82 


OUTCOME S 


2 


1 1/05/86 


C 


t P 


M 


TB5 


S 


2 


12/01/86 


c 


1 P 


N 


rs5 


H 


1 


8/13/86 


c 




N 




s 


2 


8/13/86 


A 




1 




H 


1 


8/18/86 


B 




N 




H 


1 


8/13/86 


C 




N 




S 


2 


8/13/06 


A 




N 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL I N E X BY NAMES ° 4( j^„,I§ 

12/31/86 1/0-5/87 



TWO CHILDREN HURT IN ROXBORO F[RE 

ROXBORO APARTMENT FIRE CRITICALLY 3URNS 2 CHILDREN 

BURNED CHILDREN IN CRITICAL CONOITIO.J 

THAPIN. JUHN C. N. 

BIKE SHOPS SHIFT GEARS IN DURHAM 

CHAPLIN, CHARLIE 

AMERICAN MASTERS PROFILED IN P6S SERIES 

Chapman, ene 

ENTREPRENEURS WFRE SEEKING $4 MILLION AT VENTURE '86 

CHSP-AN, CHARLES F. (AMERICAN ASSOC. FOR AFFIRM. ACTION! 
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION A GOOD THING 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES F. (OUR. CO. HOSPITAL CORP.) .,_,._, 

TYING TIES AND TYING UP TRAFFIC: SIMULATED HANDICAPS CREATc... 

CHAPMAN, JARVIS DALE ITOPSYI „ 

CHARGES ORUPPEO IN 198 1 SHOOTING OF EVANGELIST 

CHAPMAN, JEAN 

TRUUBLED-PRE SCHOOLER PLAN OISCUSSED 

CHAPMAN, JESSE P. DR. 

SOUTHEASTERN BAPTIST SEMINARY BOARO ELECTS CHAIPMAN 

CHAPMAN, LIZ 

JUNIOR LEAGUE BARGAIN SALE 
BARGAIN SALE BENEFITS COMMUNITY 

CHAPMAN, LOUIS WILBUR (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

CHAPMAN, PATRICIA 

TWO DRIVERS SERIOUSLY INJURFO IN TWO-AUTO COLLISION 
OBITUARY 

CHAPPELL, BARRY LEE IROxBOROl 

man charged with breaking, entering 

chappell, charles 

two alamance escapees recapturtd 

chappell, david earl 

couple charged with antique thefts 

chappell, freo 

edg c rton. mccorkle open twin pill at durham county library 

annual writer's conference attracts top names in area 

fpeo chappell speaks april 10 

writers give readings, lectures 

in the spotlight 

poet, producer get unc awards 

poet, dir c ctqr receive gardner awards 

d'jkf writers' conference offers interesting readings 

■silent tpeat"ent' egged him on 

writers' conference underway 

natives of the blue ridge: orange-flame azaleas create drifts 

chappell, theresa lynne 

couple charged with antique thefts 

thappell, vivian addison ioeceased) 
obi tuary 

chappell, wallace 
mule market 

chargois, paige rev. 

richmond lauds nccu's increase in enrollment 
rev. chargois to be preaching 

charles, eugene iumstead st. i 
walker rob6e0 in park 

charles, jermichael 

durham man charged in shooting 

charles, lee ichapel hilli 
club's dirty tricks 

prujectwill take bahama man to australia 

charles, wayne 

waiting for a chance 

chm ""' informative • tar heel coloring dook is informal teaching tool 

Charlie two-shoes iisui chi hsri 

charlie two shoes moving to greensboro 
•charlie two shnes' arrives pi greensboro 

charlton, mary 1 h i l l s eoroughi .,,,,„, . 

the rfal conservatives h ? 9/04/"6 a 

charns, mark alexander ,.„.„,,- t , , 

6-ycar-old victim testifies in incest, child abuse trial 
dolls, handcuffs no basis for mistrial. judge rules 
mistrial denied in mulestation case 
scrutiny of nominees varied with ties to fbi 
forum schedulfd on tobacco a os 
article about fbi called 'piece of gossip' 
tobaccu advertising ban dfbateo at furum 
panel debates cigarette-ad ban 

chase, lindsay 

5 vehicles collioe on moreheao 

chase, virginia osborne (chapel hilli (deceasedi 
obituary 

chaucer, geoffrey 

triangle profs back book 

" s. 'african minister's talk 'change without bloodshed' 

chavious, "able bradsher ( h il l sborough i (oeceasedi 
obituary 

chavis, ben 



N E 
p n 


S 

E 

DATE C 


I T 

L Y 

»G L ° 3YL 


H 1 
S 7 
H 1 


8/1 3/86 C 
8/13/86 A 
8/15/86 B 


1 N 
3 N 

I N 


S 2 


4/16/86 A 


1 P N W82 


S 7 


7/17/86 D 


in P N 


H 2 


5/11/86 C 


11 N L41 


H 2 


2/25/Pb A 


4 L 


PROBLEMS H 2 


10/16/86 D 


4 P N S80 


H 2 


3/27/86 A 


24 N 


H ? 


9/28/86 C 


1 P N W27 


H 1 


13/14/R6 C 


3 N 


H 2 
S 2 


11/12/86 C 
U/I2/86 B 


14 P R T37 
1 P F S27 


H 2 


3/23/86 C 


7 n 


II 2 
H 2 


9/26/86 C 
10/08/86 C 


6 N 

6 


H 1 


2/28/86 B 


1 N 


H 1 


6/03/86 C 


1 'I 


H 1 


7/15/86 B 


1 N 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 


1/12/86 
2/16/86 U 
3/27/86 
4/03/86 D 
4/11/86 
5/09/86 A 
5/10/86 C 
6/08/86 
6/12/86 
6/12/86 


3 U H45 

3 U H45 
I 2 N 

4 N 
6 P N 

1 N MIO 
4 N M 1 
3 U H45 
3 P N 871 
3 N 


H 2 


5/25/86 E 


10 P U B56 


H I 


7/18/86 B 


1 N 


H 2 


4/19/86 A 


8 


H 2 


S/24/P6 


1 P F S80 


S 2 
S 2 


10/02/86 A 
12/27/86 A 


1 P N 885 
fr N 


S 2 


4/14/86 C 


1 N 


S 2 


9/19/86 C 


1 N 


H 2 


2/21/86 A 


4 L 


H 2 


7/08/86 C 


1 P N J40 


H 2 


1 1/1 3/86 


1 P N C52 


L H 2 


9/21/«6 D 


3 P R H45 


H 2 
H 2 


5/23/86 b 
5/29/86 A 


5 N 
11 N 



7 

2 

3 
2 
2 

7 
7 
2 


1/23/86 
1/24/86 
1/24/86 
9/16/86 
9/18/86 
9/22/86 
9/26/86 
9/26/86 


B 
B 
B 
A 
D 
A 
B 
C 


1 
1 
1 

7 
4 
1 
1 


N 
N 
N 
J 
N 
L 
N 
N 


S82 
S82 
S62 

L90 
T85 


2 


2/1 3/86 


B 


I 


N 




2 


3/09/86 


C 


2 







2 


1 1/28/86 


A 


1 


N 


592 


2 


2/1 5/86 


C 


3 


N 


U80 


2 


8/09/86 


C 


2 








MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/66 



INDEX 
l2/31/8b 



PAGE 79 
1/0=1/97 



GROUP TO INVESTIGATE MU°DER CONVICTION 

CONVICTION NOT RACIST 

SSNFORO: U.S. NEEOS BETTER FOREIGN POLICY 

CHURCH TO INSTALL CHAVIS AS H<= AD OF JUSTICE GROUP 

CHURC" GROUP INSTALLS CHAVIS 

REV. CHAVIS INSTALLEO AT DUKE CEREMONY 

OUKE BOARD TU DISCUSS DIVESTITURE 

CHAVIS. K. Z. (DECEASED! 

TOP BLACK NCAE OFFICIAL. CHAVIS EULOGIZED AS PIONEER 



CHAVIS. "ATI IE L. 
OBITUARY 



(OFCEASEDI 



CHAVIS. PEARL (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHAVIS. RONALD MARVIN (OXFORD) 

GRANVILLE MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING 

CHA20V. EUGENE DR. 

SOVIET PHYSICIANS HAVE SOME INFLUENCE 

CHAZOV, YEVGENI 

UNWORTHY PRIZF WINNER 

CHEA°E, KATHLEEN S. H. 

STOP ROSfcMARY SOUARE PRnjECT, SUIT OEMANOS 

CHEATHAM, LOUISE BURROUGHS (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

CHEEK, ALTON (ORANGE CO. SCHOOLS) 

MOST COUNTY SCHOOLS GFTTING Hi W PRINCIPALS 
NEW PRINCIPALS ASSIGNFO TO ORANGE SCHOULS 

CHEEK, ANNIE WOODS (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

CHEEK, 8L0NNIE BARRETT (OECEASEOI 
OB ITUARY 
OBITUARY 

CHFEK, DENNIS (MOREHEAD AVF.I 

P0L1CF CHARGE MAN WITH 0FF6NS C S 
GRANO JURY ISSUES INDICTMENTS 

CHEEK, KENNETH MAURICE OR. (OECEASFDI 
OBITUARY 

CHEEK, LEWIS A. 

OIET CLINIC OOCTOR DENIES DRUG ABUSE 

CHEEK, MARY VIDA (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CHF£K A„ N ? LI - E KIVPS (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

CHFEK, RICHARD (PHOTOGRAPHER) 

THE DUKE CHAPEL BOOK A COLORFUL MASTERPIECE 
CHELFTT, MILTON 

ENGLISH PUB TO OPEN THIS WEEK AT BRIGHTLEAF 

CHENNAULT, CLAIRE LEE 

TRACING THE MERCENARIES 

CHERNEY, JIM 

pizzA B !ot IL suEo R Fgr r ,, {55°8.EI83 0PP0SING PL4N T0 UP SALPS T " 

CHERRY, ARTIS RAY 

VIRGINIA AUTHORITIES BLAME SIX MURDERS ON BUNGLED DRUG OEAL 

CHERRY, BERTHA GREEN (OECEASFDI 
OBITUARY 

CHFRRY, KIM (CHARLOTTEI (DECEASED) 

OEATH OF FETUS LEADS TO DOUBLE MURDER CHARGE 

CHERRY. MICHAEL 

CHERRY GETS HILLSIDE J0» 

HORNETS HIRE CHERRY AS INTERIM COACH 

LHERRY TACES BUSY FALL 

HORNETS OFF AND RUNNING 

CHERRY, WALLACE (LEE ST. I 

MAN, 74. CHARGEO IN NEIGHBOR'S DEATH 

CHESHIRE, LUCIUS JR. 

SLAVE CEMETERY STILL IN LEGAL LIMBO 

CHESHIRE, LUCIUS M. SR. (HILLSBOROUGH LAWYER! 
SLAVE CEMETERY STILL IN LEGAL UMBO 
HILLSBOROUGH REGAINS OLD SLAVE CEMETERY 

CHESHIRE, NANCY OR. 

bEING 'DR. MOM- CAN BF SUCCESSFUL OPERATION, WOMEN PHYSICIANS SAY 
CHCSLEY. C. D. 

FIVF SELECTFD FOR N.C. HALL OF FAME 
CHESNEY, CLYDE E. 

CHESNEY TO BE NEW DURHAM EXTENSION CHIEF 

CHFSNUT, SEAN C. 

STUOENTS PLEAD GUILTY TO CAR BREAK-INS 

CHESTNUT, CAOONELL (WILMINGTONI 

STATE'S ONLY BEACH FOR BLACKS HAS BEEN OPERATING FOR 37 YFARS 

CHFSTNUT. SEAN CHRISTOPHER (CHAPEL HILL! 
TWO MORE ARRESTFD IN CAR 8REA<-INS 

CHESTNUT, WAOE (WILMINGTONI 

STATE'S ONLY PEACH FOR BLACKS HAS BEEN OPERATING FOR 37 YEARS 
CHIANG KAI-SHEK, MADAME 

MADAME CHIANG KAI-SHEK'S DAD COURTED DURHAM GIRL 

CHICK, CLYOE FORBES (DECEASED) 

CHIEN, ALEC 

SYMPHONY FILL-IN MORE THAN ADEQUATE 



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H 2 2/13/86 A 4 L 

H 3 4/05/86 C 3 P N 

H 2 4/26/86 A 9 P N 

H 2 4/28/86 C 1 P N X21 

S 2 4/23/86 A 12 N 

5 2 5/02/86 A 1 P N S84 



H 2 11/05/86 C 8 N 

H 2 3/07/86 C 6 

H 2 1/02/B6 B ? O 

H 1 8/14/86 B 1 N 

H 2 10/14/86 A 4 L 

H 2 1/08/86 A 4 L 

H 3 0/28/86 b 1 N 881 

H 2 1/01/86 C 2 



H 3 7/04/86 B I P N BID 
S 2 7/04/86 C 6 P N 



H 2 4/25/86 B 4 



H 2 1/04/86 I) 6 
H 2 1/05/86 B 2 



S 2 2/14/°6 A 3 
S 2 4/01/86 C 1 



H 2 7/15/86 C 2 

H 2 12/03/86 B 1 N 

H 2 3/31/86 C 2 

H 2 1 1/21/86 C 12 

H 2 9/20/B6 A 4 E 

S 2 5/05/86 C 1 N 

H 2 5/24/86 A 4 F 



H 2 2/20/86 A 18 P IJ L4l 
H 3 4/30/86 C 1 N 



H I 5/01/86 B 5 N 
H 2 11/28/86 C 8 
H 2 10/24/86 A 15 N 



S 2 9/16/R6 1 P N Fl 1 5 

H 2 9/17/86 2 P N 

S 2 9/23/86 3 P U 815 

S 2 12/24/86 2PM 



H 2 1/13/86 B 14 
H 3 2/04/86 C 1 



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H 3 12/05/86 U 1 N L 90 

H 2 12/2'/P6 P, 2 P N 

S 2 12/23/86 A 7 P N 

H 3 9/13/86 C 2 N 

H 2 8/01/86 C 14 N 

H 3 7/09/86 B 1 N 

H 2 8/01/86 C 14 N 

H 2 4/06/86 C 1 P U H49 

H 2 12/11/86 B 2 

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N E ELY 

P DATE C PC I ° 8YL 

CHILDERS. ALFRED 5. (KKK) 

12 MOPE PEOPLE INDICTED IN CRT SS-8URN I NG PROBE H 2 1/09/86 A 18 N 

JURY CONVICTS SI* FORMEB KLAN MEMBERS H 1 4/26/86 C 2 N 

CHlLrtEPS. CHARLES 

THEIR VISITS MAKE A DIFFERENCE H 2 5/11/86 E 6 P F HOI 

MARTIN TO HONOR 5 FROM OURHAM S 2 9/18/86 A 3 N 

CHILDRES, NANCY BEBNAOINE POOLF I HI LL JROROUGH I IOECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 4/27/86 C 3 

CHILDRESS, CHIP 

DIAMONO CHI»S S 2 8/16/B6 b 2 P II P52 

CHILOS, CASEY 

PROFESSIONAL HELPING OUKE STUOENTS STAGF PLAY H 2 10/11/86 All N 080 

CHILTON, DANNY 

FIRST RUN FATICUE H 2 12/01/86 B 7 P P R76 

CHING, MICHAEL 

CHING: ATTITUDES A 'PAGLIACCI' PLUS H 2 6/06/86 D 7 P F W66 

CHISENHALL. "ESSIE IOECEASEOI 

WRECK FATALLY INJURES WOMAN, 75 
OBITUARY 

CHISHOLM. SHIRLtY 

FORMER CCNGRESSWOMAN TO SPEAK AT ELON COLLEGE 
CHISHOLM: CUTS STOP COLLEGE-BOUNU BLACKS 

CHO. YOUNG-IL OR. 

NCCU AIDS HOSPITAL IN MARKETING SURVEY OF PAIIENTS 
PATIENTS RATE HOSPITAL MOSTLY 0000 II SURVEY 

CHOPIN. FREDERIC 

LOVE STORY ABOUT CHOPIN. GEORGE SAND FILMED IN STATF S 2 11/13/86 D 2 " N 

CHOPLIN. DANIEL 6. (VANCE CO. I 

FIVE FILE FOR VANCE SHERIFF H 1 2/05/86 B 1 N 

VANCE SHERIFF COULD FACE RUNOFF H I 5/08/86 8 I N 

CHRISP. HOWARD FRANK 

ASSAULT CHAR&F FILED S 2 1/22/16 A 5 N 

CHPISTAKOS. ARTHUR C. DR. 

DUKE UNVEILS NEW MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS S 2 3/19/86 A 9 N 

FINDING THE RIGHT DOCTOR H 2 12/12/16 A 4 E 

CHRISTFNSEN, LINDA I H I L L SE0R0UGH1 

CHRISTMAS PROJECT A SUCCESS H 2 1/01/86 A 4 L 

COY MORPOW MJ5SF0 H 2 6/30/16 A 4 L 

CHRISTIAN, J. C. 

DURHAM DEPUTIES SHOT AT S 2 8/18/86 C 2 N 

CHRISTIAN, STEVE ICARRPOROI 

ACTION NEEDED TO HALT DRUG SCOURGE H 2 11/04/86 A 4 L 

IT'S TIME TO GET TOUGH H 2 11/07/86 A 4 L 

CHR ISTIE, OEFIURAH C. 

BONOS WON'T SUBSIDIZE THEATER S 2 5/03/16 A 4 L 

ARTISTIC MERIT CUMES FIRST H 2 8/18/P6 A 4 L 

CHRISTOPHER, HAZEL RALEY I H ILLSBOROUGH I IOECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 7/24/86 6 2 

CHRISTY, CHARLES ALBERT IOECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 7/01/86 B 6 

CHPONAKIS, EMMANUEL IOECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 9/30/16 B 5 

ALWAYS GO FORWARD H 2 10/06/86 A 4 L 

CHUNN, OWEN 

JUDGE SHOWS PROBLEM WITH JUVENILE SYSTEM S 2 3/28/B6 A 4 E 

CHURCH, C. FRANKLIN OR. 

N.C. DOCTORS ASK HEARING IN INSURANCE FIGHT H 2 3/21/86 C 7 N 

CHURCH, GERALO INCNBI 

INTERSTATE BANKING BENEFITS ARE CITED S 2 2/H/86 C 1 N 

CHURCH, JOHN REP. 

MOST AREA LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SEEK Rt-ELECTION H 2 1/04/86 B 1 H 046 

GRANVILLE, VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE FACING NO OPPOSITION H 1 2/04/86 C 3 N 046 

SYSJE" TO REGISTc" POSTED LAND EYEO BY VANCE COUNTY H I 6/07/86 C 1 N L40 

CHECKING HIS MAIL H I 6/27/86 B 1 P P 

CHURCH, MILLARD 

COMMUNITY KIICHEN OFFERS TURKEY, TRIMMINGS FOR NEEDY TODAY H 3 11/27/86 B 1 N L 90 

CHURCH, RAY 

HATH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES NEW FACULTY H 2 9/04/16 B 6 N 

CHURCHILL, OCdRA 

MACOONALD CASE INFORMATION SP'RKS CURRENT-EVENTS INTEREST S 2 4/15/86 A 4 L 

CHURCHILL, LARRY 0» . 

BOOK EXPLORFS ETHICS OUFSTION": INVOLVING PRIMARY MEOICAL CARE H 2 2/02/86 B 11 N 080 

DOCTOR-PAT IENT TIES UEFINE "EOICAL ETHICS S 1 2/06/86 C 1 N 

MEDICAL ETHICS TUPIC OF SERIES S 2 3/04/P6 A 3 N 

CHURCHILL, SANDY 

DUKE FXFCUTIVE MBA PROGRAM OE"ANOS MOTIVATION, DEDICATION S 2 1/15/86 L 1 P N J13 

CHURCHILL, WARREN IDECEASEDI 

UBITUARY H 2 12/27/86 A 1 

CHURCHILL. WINSTON 

A SCIENTIFIC FRIEND IN NEED H 2 3/16/86 A 4 T F 

CHYZOWYCH. WALT 

GETTlN' ITS KICKS H 2 10/31/86 C 1 P N C 5? 

CIOMPI. ARTUPG 

CHAROONNAY: IT'S RED WINE-LOVFRS WHITF H 2 4/25/86 B 2 T F HOI 

CIOMPI, ELLEN M L SSINA 

SEAT BEL1S 00 SAVE LIVES H 2 9/22/86 A 4 L 

CIPPOLLONE. ROSE 

ATTORNEY SAYS TOBACCO SUITS A" £ STRFTCHING LAW H 2 2/19/16 All N 

CIGAREIlfc RULING IS LEFT INTACT BY FEDERAL COURT H 2 5/13/16 A 7 N 



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church should listen and pray 

cisco, alice 

exercise caution when choosing an aerobics instructor 

cisneros. henry t. 

cities urged to keep up 'pressure for results' 

claiborne, harpy (judge i (las vegas, nev.i 
judge should lose pay 
impeach nevada judge 

errant judge deserves stiffest penalty possible 
...impeachment realities 

claiborne, mildred ann 

gpanville woman held for slaying of father 

clampett, bobby (golferi 

thompson's 66 leads &go by 1 

clapp, edward g. (hillsboroughi 
radio voices lead to arrest 

hillsborough man charged with break-in ano larceny 
clerk, would-be robber trade shots 

2 clerks shot, one fatally, in holdups 
wounded man said in 'good' condition 

clapp, iva anthony (deceased! 

mrs. iva clapp, alamance native, dies at 104 

clapp, linda 

n.c. loses 19* of farms over last 5 years 

clark, ann 

players group pulls it off 

glistfning paragraphs ano succinct nuggets of country wisdom 

clark, arthur w. 

insurance company names new p°esi0ent 
bu1l0ing pemolisheo; towers begin 

clark, betty s. (durham co. public library! 
librarians fear pinch from pob n laws 
past wisdom sheds light on souabbles 

clark, c. fred j» . 

businessmen starting bank in fayetteville 

clark, cd. (police dept.i 

explorers investigate police work 

clark, chaplts 

while the generals negotiate, weary soldier swelters ano waits 

clark, cliff icomposing oept.i 

71st anniversary: couple reflect on years of successful mar»iage 

cl«rk, donnie 

city inspector being probeo 
police pkob^ inspections charge 

cl4s.k, dorothy w. (allentoni 

group honors distinguished sales people 

clark, eddie (liberty st. i 

16 charged with gambling 
4 helo for stolen goods 

clark, elizabeth dr. 

women's church role has var1e0 over time 
women had major influence in church 

clark, ella mae ideceasedi 
obituary 

clark, florence tilley ideceasedi 
opituary 

clark, james artie ideceasedi 
opituary 

clark, james mcclure 

sanford finances part of campaign with loans he guaranteed pepsonally 

clark, jesse charles ideceasedi 
ubituary 

clark, jim (save the water! 

group: trfypupn model of flaws 

environmental group criticizes treyf1urn 

oecision on reu mill road work not expected this ycar 

plant threatens water 

pollution of drinking water imperils future of our children 

environmentalist lauds order tu study effect of enlarging plant 

Clark, jimmie cook (chapel hilli ioeceaseoi 
opituary 
opi tuary 

clark, judge 

longtime passing, flowers longtime gone 

clakk, kay s. 

united way campaign director named 

clark, keith 

much attention drawn tq n.c. judicial rales 

clark, linda schanberg ( wl nst on-s al em i ideceasedi 

DUKE to BEGIN SFKVICE FOR CANCER OUTPATIENTS 

CLARK, LYLE J. JR. 

VANCE-GRANVILLE COLLEGE TO AOD CHEMISTRY CLASSES 

CLARK, MARION 

CLARK: NEED S75.000 TO COMPLETE RENOVATIUNS OF DICKSON HOUSF 
WORK GOING r LOWLY ON DICKSUN HOUSE 

CLARK, MARY E. (GRANVILLF CO. I 

NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GRANVILLE RACES 
CURBIN HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE RACE 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 
RUNOFFS: THREE SCHEOULED IN CANVILLE 

CHALLENGER WINS SHERIFF'S ELECTION IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 















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H ? 4/0'/86 B 



H 2 4/13/86 C 

H 2 3/29/86 C 

S ? 9/09/86 A 

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H 3 2/08/86 C 
H 3 8/14/86 B 



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H 1 5/07/86 C 

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1/01/66 - 12/31/66 1/09/87 

S I T 

N F E L V 

o D DATE C PS L P RYL 

GOANVILLE COUNTY ELECTS EX-OEPUTY AS SHERIFF OVER INCUMBENT CURRIN H 1 6/04/8 6 A 1 N 046 

COUPT OF APPEALS UPHOLDS CONVICTION IN KIDNAPPING CASE H 2 11/19/86 6 16 N 

CLARK, ORLANDO ALLEN , ,,,„,„, r 

2ND KAN CHARGED WITH SHED BREAK-IN H 2 12/U2/S6 C 6 N 

CLARK, R. D. (WILLIAMSBURG. VA.) (DECEASED! ,,.,... , , „ 

OBITUARY w 2 1/31/86 A 10 

CLARK, ROBFRT (FOOTBALL PLAYFRI ,,,,,„, - c 

NCCU PICKS TOP ATHLETES H 2 4/13/86 B 5 N 

NCCU KEY: OEFENSE. BALANCE S 2 8/22/86 1 P F P52 

NCCU HEA^Y FAVORITE S 2 10/21/86 3 P N P52 

N.C. CENTRAL'S GOOD HANDS PEOPLE H 2 U/0R/R6 1 P N G50 

EAGLES' CLARK A FOUR-TIME ALL-C1AA PICK H 2 11/18/86 B 3 P N 

FANFARE: CLARK HONORED » 2 12/10/86 D 3 » 

CLARK IN FREEDOM BOWL S 2 12/10/86 D 2 N 

CLARK, ROBERT H. (SBII „ , -,„,,_. . , 

SBI AGENT IN GREENSBORO GETS AWARD H 2 5/01/86 BIN 

r , ARK RWTH 

71ST ANNIVERSARY: COUPLE REFLECT ON YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL MARRIAGE M 2 12/18/86 A 6 P F H45 

CLASK NICARAGUAN: SANDINISTAS WILL 'URVIVE CONTRA WAR H 2 10/03/86 B 5 P N M 10 

CLARK, THEODORE OR. „.-,,_ ,. , ,, 

DOCTOR SAYS COCAINE USE GROWING IN NORTH CAROLINA H ? 8/22/86 BAN 

OF PRIUE AND PROFIT H 2 7/14/86 A A L 

DURHAM man ACCUSED OF KIONAPPING, ASSAULT H 2 3/01/86 C 2 N 

2 MORE ARRESTFD ON KIDNAPPING. ASSA'ILT CHARGES H 2 3/02/86 A 14 N 

DURHA" MAN FACES KIONAPPING CHARGE S 2 3/03/86 C 6 N 

CLARK, TIMOTHY FQY , ,,no/ 0t r . .j TJ « 

GRAND JURY ISSUES INDICTMENTS S 2 4/09/R6 C 1 N T.J5 

Li "'KNIGHTS CPEM AGAINST MRL3R00K WITH CLARK AS OB H 2 9/04/86 p 2 ' N OB* 

SOUTHERN'S PARKER TOPS CITY-COUNTY LIST S 2 11/27/86 C 1 "• N »1 5 

CLARK, VALERIE JOHNSON (HILLSBOROUGH! ,«,«#.« o , u 

POLICEMAN, WUM.AN HURT IN ACCIDENT H 2 2/03/86 BIN 

TWO INJURED IN ACCIDENT S 2 2/03/86 C 3 N 

CLARK, WILLIAM (EL PASO. TEXASI „ , ,.,-.,_- o o c ran 

THEY'RE TOGETHER AFTER A WORLD WAR AND 43 YEARS H 2 3/16/86 E 9 P F CflO 

CL " K DOSS?ER: J JEFFREY L L. CLARK-mOE M 2 3/17/86 1? p G 

^'^IowERs'IlaST^dImOCRaTS. DECIDES TO ENDORSE BROyhILL h 2 |/Z£/g6 A 8 N 

JUSTICES, JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION H 2 2/DA/P6 <■ N 

CROSSOVER VOTE RULING HAILEO " 2 i,\¥,ll . \ 1 

STATE CROSSOVER VOTING DECISION DRAWS PRAISE S 2 4/Z2/86 A 5 N 

MOST OF N.C.'S CONGRESSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GRABS S 2 4/23/86 A 9 N 

NUCLEAR OUMP 'DEAD I SSUE ■-- 1 NT ER I OR SECRETARY H 2 0/27/86 A 12 N 

ENVIRONMENT IS ISSUE IN MOUNTAIN DISTRICT S 2 10/30/86 A 23 P N 

MOUNTAIN LAND OWNER READY TO DISCUSS SALE H 1 lj/01/36 C 3 N 

flARKF I FADS HENDON IN 11TH DISTRICT H 2 11/08/86 & 2 N 

^"DEMOCRATS RECAPTURE TWO SEATS IN U.S. HOUSE; ONE RACE UNDECIDED H 2 11/06/66 A 22 N 

BRITT CALLS FOR RECOUNT IN GUIL c ORO RACE; HENOON LEAVES POLITICS S 2 11/06/86 C 8 N 

ABORTION RIGHTS NO LONGER POLITICAL DEATH, ACTIVISTS SAY H 2 Jf/14/?6 A 16 P N 

PRICE, CLARKE PLAN TO BLOCK NUCLEAR SITE _ H 2 J1/Z0/P& 7 N 

DEMOCRATS SAY TFXT1LES WILL 3 C CONGRESSIONAL ISSUE AGAIN H 2 12/16/86 b 3 N 

TRADE IMBALANCE BIG NEW ISSUE FOR N.C. DELEGATION S 2 f|/17/86 » 5 J 

PRICE IS top SPENDER IN CONGRESSIONAL RACES 5 2 12/3 /66 C 13 N 

CLAPKE WANTS TO SHUT UTH OISTKICT'S OEVOLVING DOOR S ? 12/31/86 C 20 N 

CLARKE, JESSE CHARLES IDECEASEOI , .,,,_.-- . , r, 

OBITUARY H 2 12/30/86 A 3 

CLARKE. MASCN IMORC.ANTONI (OECEASEOI u , „,„„, r i «i 

ONE KILLED AS PICKUP GOING WRONG WAY HITS CAR ON 1-40 H 2 11/03/86 CAN 

SPACE-DEFENSE PROGRAM DEBATED H 2 10/28/86 C 1 N W27 

CLARKSON. FRANCIS JR. (CHARLOTTE ATTORNEY! ..,,,„ ... M 

MECKLENPuRG SHERIFF BEING INVESTIGATED " 2 *'!;1'5J * !? „ 

INMATE LOSES JOGGING, TRIP RI'HTS H 2 6/^3/86 A 13 

HECKLENEERG SHERIFF CUTS TERM H 2 ''09/36 B 5 N 

FORMER LAWYER PAROLED AFTER 2 YEARS IN PRISON H 2 ;2'04/86 C 14 N 

PRISONERS' CHANCES FOR EARLY RELEASE INCREASED H 2 12/08/86 A 1 N 

rL4Rr F0UP K EX-BULLS COULD MAKE BRAVES' STAFF H 2 1/30/86 D 4 P N 

CLAY, J. 8. (GRANVILLE CO* » ,, , , yrl e/ Di ,, , M 

no republicans file for granville races " \ 2/08/=6 b n 

challengers for granville boa^o criticize courthouse renovation h 1 4/17/66 6 n s60 

currin has lead in granville race h 1'°''*? £ j " 

3 runoffs possible in granville county h ' 5/06/86 b 1 ' 

clay. james w. iunc -charlotte urban institute! ,/,./=. r 1 ,. u 

plans continue in charlotte f5r s300 milllun mini-city h 2 4/06/86 c 16 n 

clay. laura lee i f a y e t t e v i l le i 

fayetteville residents worry over disappearance, slayings 
s8i aske0 to join search for woman 

clay, maria c. 

2 chapel hill employees to receive state awards 

clay. robert elliott (oeceaseoi 
obituary 

clay. tony anthony (royboro) (deceased! 

13-year-old killed in bicycle accident 
bike .reck kills roxboro teen 
obituary 

clayton. adoie (roxbokoi 

they went for gold ano glory in state s c nior gam t s 

clayton. april welsmrr i h illsboroughi 

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c 

c 


8 
12 


N 
N 




2 


9/30/86 


B 


5 


N 




2 


6/23/86 


B 


6 







1 
2 
2 


8/06/86 
8/06/66 
8/07/86 


C 
A 

c 


I 

8 

14 


N 
N 





3 


10/02/86 


B 


3 


N 


S80 


3 


1/16/86 


3 


1 


N 


681 



MONTHLY/4 



N N U A L INOEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



PAGE 83 
1/09/87 









NATIONAL POLICE MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED 
CLAYTON, BECKY 

FOR SOME CHILOREN. GIVING TO OTHERS 15 THE PEST GIFT DF ALL 

CLAYTON, BOBBY JR. 

COUNTY PLANNERS OPPOSE REZONINGS 

ZONING, SEWER ISSUES TOP COUNTY SLATE 

RURAL GARAGE FOCUS OF 'SPOT-ZONING' UECISION 

COMMISSIONERS APPROVE ZONING FOR DEVELOPMENT 

AUTO-GAPAGE OWNER LOSES ZONING PLEA 

WARRANT ISSUEO FOR SHOP OWNER 

AUTO SHOP OWNER FACING DAILY FINE IN ZONING DISPUTE 

COUNTY DROPS CHARGE VS. GARAGC OPFRATOR 

criminal charge dropped in county zoning dispute 
Clayton, bobpy ray 

planners seek more support from county commissioners 

clayton, brat ignlferi 

braplfy pulls away in amateur 
tourney boasts champs. ..and duffers 
comeback is catchword as match play starts 

clayton, c. w. capt. 

heroin, cocaine arrests on rise 

durham residents arrested in drug bust 

reality, tv differ, says durham vicf squad 

durham faces new threat in drug war 

cocaine derivative menaces durham 

durham police charge 23 in undercover cocaine probe 

clayton, eddie 0. jr. (warrenton) 

warren hospital's reuuest for alu to reopen denied 

clayton, eva (warren co.l 

no runoffs are expected in warren 
warren buaro re-elects eva clayton 
officfrs elected for warren board 

clayton, isaac 

two run out of gas, get run into jail 

clayton, jarv1s roderick (roxbokoi 

8 people arrested in person county prug investigation 
clayton, michael (deceased! 

woman gfts six years for stabbing 

clayton, richard everett 

refusal to testify nets prison sentence 

clayton, ricky 

2 durham men charged in robberies 

CL ' YT D , R , UG R PRoSE L N"fTS ,5 l3 OTe ''" '""- LS BOROUGH , 
CONTRACTOR SENTENCED IN COCAINE CASE 

CLAYTON, THOMAS 

MATH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES NEW FACULTY 

CLAYTON, TONYA D. 

EROSION NOT SO FUNNY 

CLEGG, PHILLIP G. 

FORTUNES OF WAR GOING AGAINST ROOENTS 
DOSSIER: PHILLIP G. CLEGG 

CLELANO, MAX 

SOVIETS AID TAXPAYERS WITH CUTS AT EMBASSY 

CLELANC, RICK 

DEVELOPERS REMAIN OU I E T TO PLAY IT SAFE 

•CRITICAL MASS 1 UPON US 

TRANSPORTATION USURPING STATES' RIGHTS 

DIN'T USE BIBLE AGAINST MAYOR 

A LEXICON FOR POLITICAL STATEMENTS 

THE C0NC0R0=: AN EXHIBITION OF ELEGANCE 

CONCORDE IS TOO NOISY 

LOWE'S PLAYED BY RULES 

H!!;£J A ?X, y J; TE 5* NS U»GED TO JOIN HOLIDAY PARADE 
MAYOR ACTED PROPERLY 

CLEMENT, A. J. HOWARD III 

PANEL VOTES TO HIRE DOWNTOWN CONSULTANT 

UNFORTUNATE CHANGES 

DURHAM Mjy CUT S. AFRICA TIES 

LSS UN 9!!: n M l MR6RS W1» B IFLI BY DECISION TO CLOSE LANDFILL 

MAYOR DISPUTES REPORT ON LANDFILL TALK 

COUNCIL MEMBER'S TRAVEL PLANS VETOED 

fHulHil In'tt P k5 NS T ° IP T0 F4R E4 S T "EXT MONTH 

CLEMENT TO ASK OTHERS TO ATTEND FAR EAST TRIP 

MAYOR RFMOVES CLEMENT FROM POST 

CLEMENT REMOVED FROM CUMHITTE" 

GULLEY AND CLEMENT SHOULO END THEIR FUSS 

PANEL WANTS TO PUT REINS ON TRAVEL ExPENSFS 

PANEL ASKS TADS ON CITY TRAVEL COSTS 

C C L°^NTS^RE H M^VAL RI ^ T AF T ?RO $ N R T VE ° N «" MIT '"S 

"ters IlktIo clem1nV 0N council TRav6L FUNDS 

FHHSHf- f T ,9°,?,. B ? EMS 0VEB travel restraints 

council aojpts travel limits but postpones effective date 

council sets tighter travel-cost policy fc 

DURHAM SLACKS VISIT BUDGET ME r T 

...AND A CIVILIZED SPA I 

COUMCTLMEN WRANGLE OVFR PHONES, TRAVEL 

?i V H^. DEFE ' ,IDS STEP Hl = TOOK ON TREYBUHN 

MA^COUNcV'sI'rv'eTwclT Ar - T '° NS °" TRE «URN 

£ I Ft g • POLICE UNITS COST MORE MGNEY 

DOUBT, FRUSTRATIUN FUEL N-PLANT CONCERNS 

P ?Tv L c=5 f iI?^ 4 5 rtS "EZONING-ISSUE PACE 

CITY SERVICES PANEL BACKS MERGER PLAN 

REVIEW OF OFFICERS' CONDUCT SOUGHT 

PROPOSED STUDY OF POLICE, F ! R= CUSTS 5EJECTFD 

PANFL REJECTS PLEA TO STUDY FIRE, POLICE DEPARTMENT LOSTS 

CITY COUNCIL DUCKS AN IMPORTANT OUESTION S S 

COUNCIL PUTS LID ON CHAT 

A OUIETER COUNCIL? MAYB C 

??SL!&t? &!9 £ R l PES LEGITIMATE NEWS STCPY 

CLEMENT: PUT PUBLIC SAFETY ON BALLOT 

CLEMENT WANTS POLtC c , FIRE VOTE 

CITY DOESN'T NEFD PUBLIC SAFETY DEBATE 

COUNCIL COVERS UP FIRE, POLICF COSTS 



N F 
P D 



DATE 
5/12/86 



S 
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C PG 



S 2 12/13/86 C 1 R N S92 



6/30/86 C 

8/08/86 A 

8/11/86 C 

8/12/86 C 

9/12/86 C 

12/18/86 C 

12/19/86 B 

12/19/86 C 

12/20/86 



S 2 7/07/86 A 



5/26/86 
6/27/86 
7/03/86 



1/07/86 

1/16/86 

2/10/86 

10/08/86 

10/16/86 

12/22/86 



H 2 1/08/86 B 



H t 
H 1 
S 1 



2/05/86 B 
12/06/86 B 
12/08/86 A 



N M06 
N M06 
N M06 
N W36 
N M06 
N M06 



106 



H 2 4/2'/R6 C 3 

H 1 6/20/86 B 5 

H 2 10/01/86 C 5 

H 2 1/03/86 B 1 

S 2 10/23/86 A 1 



H 3 1/16/P6 B 1 
H 2 9/19/86 B 1 



H 2 9/04/86 B 6 
H ? 9/25/86 A 4 



N F25 
N F25 
N C49 



N T85 
N T35 
N T85 
N H70 
N 885 
N T85 



N 

N 

N 

N S82 

N W82 



N 881 
N S8? 



H 2 7/04/86 B 1 N 
H 2 7/09/86 B 6 P G 



H 2 10/28/86 A 



H 2 


2/18/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


4/09/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/06/86 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


7/11/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


8/15/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


10/01/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


10/12/86 D 


4 


L 


H 2 


11/24/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


11/29/86 C 


1 f 


N D38 


H 2 


12/01/86 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


1/02/86 A 


1 


N M69 


H 2 


1/09/86 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


1/09/86 C 


1 


N M69 


S 2 


1/18/86 A 


I 


N M69 


S 2 


1/20/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/07/86 B 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


2/07/86 C 


1 P 


N M69 


S 2 


2/17/86 A 


1 


N M69 


H 2 


2/18/86 c 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


2/18/86 A 


1 P 


N M69 


H 2 


2/20/86 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/21/86 C 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


2/21/86 C 


1 P 


N M69 


S 2 


2/22/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


2/24/86 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


2/25/86 A 


4 


E 


H 2 


2/20/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


2/28/86 B 


1 P 


N S51 


H 2 


3/04/86 B 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


3/04/86 B 


1 


N M69 


S 2 


3/05/86 A 


1 P 


N M69 


H 2 


3/06/86 A 


4 


p 


H 2 


4/11/86 B 


1 


N SSI 


H 2 


4/22/86 C 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


4/22/86 C 


1 


N M69 


H 2 


6/0 7/06 A 


4 


E 


S ? 


6/16/96 A 


1 r 


N 885 


S 2 


7/05/86 A 


3 P 


J S33 


S 2 


8/21/86 C 


1 


N H70 


S 2 


9/04/86 A 


1 P 


N H70 


S 2 


9/24/86 A 


1 P 


N H70 


H 2 


9/25/86 B 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


9/25/86 C 


I 


N H70 


H 2 


3/29/86 


4 


E 


H 2 


10/07/86 t 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/09/86 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


10/15/86 A 


4 


c 


H 2 


10/29/86 C 


1 P 


N 


S 2 


10/28/86 C 


1 


N H70 


H 2 


10/30/86 A 


4 


F 


H 2 


11/05/86 A 


4 


L 



MONTHLY/AN 



PANEL AXES PUBLIC SAFETY REFERENDUM 

PUBLIC SAFETY VOTE PROPOSAL REJECTED 

CLEMENT TRAVELS RIGHT ROAO IN POOPING P1L I CE- FI RE CHANGE 

COST COMPARISON NEEOEO 

GULLET'S VERBAL JABS AT CLE"ENT UNJUSTIFIED 

COUNCIL SNUBS PUBLIC SAFETY. ZONING ISSUES 

COUNCIL VETOES "CVE FOR PUBL IC -SAFETY VOTE 

SKEPTICIS" PERSISTS APOUT PUBLIC SAFETY 

LET'S END SOUR GRAPES OVER PUBLIC SAFETY 

POLICE OUOIAS TO PE PROPED 

COUNCIL TO ATTENO CONFERENCE ON CITIES 

HERE'S COST OF A TOWERING WELCOME 

FIRM'S HEAD HAS KIN ON CITY. COUNTY 90AR0S 

CITY OFFICIALS PREVIEW HOTEL PROJECT SKETCHES 

COUNCIL PANFL VOTES TO ABOLISH ITSELF 



NAMES 



CLEMENT. 
FIR 



ARTHUR JOHN 
«'S HEAO HAS KIN ON CITY, COUNTY BOARDS 



CLEMENT, DOLORES 

HEALTH CENTER MARKS l^TH YEAR 

CLEMENT. DONALD 

DANGEROUS INTERSECTION 



CLFMENT, JOSE 
THREE CO 
MRS. CLE 
BELL. MR 
DURHA" F 
PRIVATE 
DURHAM B 
REPORTS: 
» SCHOOL 
MOTHEPS 
HOMETOWN 
CANDIDAT 
CANOIDAT 
MRS. CLE 
REPUBLIC 
VOTE NOV 
ELECTIUN 
BLACKS C 
ELECTION 
MY SINCE 
DEMOCRAT 
COMMITTE 
COUNTY G 
COMMISSI 
MRS. CLE 
FIRM'S H 



PHINE 

UNTY COMMISSIONERS PLAN TO SEEK 1936 RE-ELECTION 

MENT FILES FOP RE-ELECTION; LIVELY IS 3RD CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF 

S. CLEMENT FILE FOR COUNTY BOARD 

UNU TO AID PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

HELP FOR SCHOOLS MAY pay PIG DIVIDENDS 

LACKS VISIT BUDGET «E'I 

LE'RY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING 

WITH 'MANNERS' 
OF THE YEAR 

FRIENDS PAY TRIBUTE 10 RUFFIN 
E F03 COUNTY BOARD UR'ES REJECTION OF BONDS 
E RAPS BOND ISSUE 

MENT FAVORS MERGING TAA OFFICES 

AN. THREE DEMOCRATS ENDORSED IN DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RACE 
EM6ER ATH FOR JOSEPHINE D. CLEMENT IADI 

GUIDE: DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
OMHITTEE URGES VOTERS TO BACK ALL 9 BONO QUESTIONS 

86: DURHAM COUNTY C~ K» I S S IGNERS 
RE THANKS TO ALL WHO VOTED FOR ME . . . JOSEPH I NE D. CLEMENT lAOl 
S SWEEP COUNTY ELECTIONS: FIVE C'JMM I S S IONERS RE-ELECTED TO BOARD 
E BACKED ALL BONDS, t Of 5 COMMISSIONERS 
ROWTH MAY TOP BOARD'S CONCERNS 
UNERS: MANAGING GROWTH PRIORITY 
MENT ELECTED TO BOARO OF FOUNDATION 
EAD HAS KIN ON CITY. COUNTY BOARDS 



CLEMENT. WILLIAM A. 

ROU AIRPORT AUTHORITY RAISES LANOING FEES 
NEW RUNWAY NO JOKE FOR UNSUSP C CT I NG PILOT 
WILLIAM CLEMENT ON TELEVISION SHOW 
WHITING MADE MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO NCCU 
WHITING DESERVES CREDIT FOR LEADERSHIP 
DURHAM MAN IS APPOINTED ID STATE BOOT 



(DECEASED! 



CL C MENTS. ANNIE E. 
OBITUARY 

CLEMENTS. FITNA DR. 

OUKE SCANS HEARTS OF SURGERY PATIENTS 

CLEMENTS. JANET 

CHILDREN'S SCH01L OPEN HOUSE SET 

CLEMENTS. LEE 

IT'S GEESE GALORE-RIOUS AT THIS LAKE 



CLEMENTS. TRANNIS WILLIAM SR. 
OBITUARY 



CLEMENTS, WYATT WINFORD HENRY 
OBITUARY 



(DECEASED! 
"wimp- (BECEASED! 



CLEMMONS. edwaco jr. 

THREE ROBBERY VICTIMS ARE ARRFSTED 
HOTORISTS REPORT ROBBERY 

CLEMCNS. TIM 

RNS SHOULD DIRECT CARE IN OPE=ATING ROOMS 

CLEVENCER, PAUL ojiEPT 

man charged with assaulting officers 



2 PiLICE OFFICERS 



CLEVENTOR. PAUL HENRY (LANCASTER ST . I 
man SAYS he was ABDUCTED. BEATEN 



NJUREO IN ARREST 

ROBBED 



OECEASEOI 



CLIFC, PEABLE TuRRENTINE 
OBITUARY 

CLIFFORD. GERALOINE (BERKELEY, CAL. I 
LIMOUSINE S C RVICE CRITICIZE" 

CLIFFORD, PICHAR1 OR. 

UNC TESTING RATING SYSTEM FOR DAY CARE 

CLINE. MARY JO 

■WHINING WOMAN' SIGNS AUTOGRAPHS 

CLIPP. ELIZABETH 

TIME may -JOT HEAL WOUNDS OF HEAVY COMB A T- - S TUOY 

clisson. richard r. 

oukf researchers win national award for ligament transplant 

cloninc.er. marilyn 

is chapel hill overbuilt with apartment units? some agents think so 

clopton, james k1land ihenoers0hi 
vance man chargeo 

clossen, bill 

durham pulls 



it 



CCOTFELTER. CHARLES OR. I DUKE Ml. I 

AT 63. ZOOLOGIST TACKLING NEW HORIZON AS MASTER OF RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE. 

TAX RUL C S WOULD CUT CAMPUS GI=TS 

■OUCH.' SAY TRIANGLE UNIVERSITIES TO TAX CODE 

CLCluTIER. PETTY 

CHAPEL HILL TURNS OUT 















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P D 


DATE 


c 


PG 


i 


P 


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H 2 


11/06/86 


B 


1 




N 


S51 


S 2 


11/06/66 


c 


1 


p 


N 




S 2 


11/37/B6 


A 


A 




L 




H 2 


11/09/86 





4 




c 




s ■> 


11/10/16 


A 


A 




c 




H 2 


11/13/06 


c 


1 




N 


S51 


S 2 


11/13/P6 


c 


1 




N 


H70 


S 2 


11/29/86 


A 


A 




F 




H 2 


11/26/86 


A 


A 




L 




S 2 


ll/26/»6 


A 


1 




N 


H7n 


S 2 


11/27/86 


c 


1 


p 


•1 


H71 


" 2 


11/30/86 





c 


p 


U 


G33 


S 2 


12/11/86 


c 


i 


p 


N 


M06 


S 2 


12/12/86 


A 


l 




'. 


H70 


S 2 


12/13/86 


c 


i 




N 


ht; 



S 2 12/11/86 C I " N MQ6 



S 2 


9/13/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


M06 


H 2 


10/07/86 


A 


A 




L 




H 2 


1/07/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


1/31/86 


B 


1 


p 


1 


X8' 


S 2 


1/31/P6 


A 


I 


p 


N 


H03 


S 2 


2/26/86 


A 


1 




'J 


S9A 


S 2 


3/0A/P6 


A 


A 




E 




S 2 


3/05/86 


A 


I 


D 


N 


M69 


S 2 


A/29/86 


A 


1 




N 


M06 


H 2 


5/02/86 


A 


A 




I 




H 2 


5/0A/R6 


E 


1 


P 


F 


HA5 


H 2 


8/18/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


580 


H 2 


10/17/86 


B 


I 


P 


N 


A5A 


S 2 


10/17/86 


A 


I 




N 


M06 


S 2 


10/22/P6 


c 


1 


P 





M06 


H 2 


10/31/86 


B 


5 




N 




H 2 


11/02/86 


A 


3 


P 


A 




H 2 


11/D2/P6 


D 


2 


P 


F 




S 2 


11/0A/B6 


A 


1 




N 


MQ6 


H 2 


11/05/86 


A 


10 


C 


N 




H 2 


11/05/86 


A 


1 3 


P 


A 




H 2 


1 1 /05/B6 


C 


1 




N 


S51 


h 2 


11/05/86 


C 


1 




N 


A5A 


S 2 


11/05/86 


c 


1 


P 


N 


M06 


H 2 


11/06/86 


A 


1 




N 


A5A 


H 2 


12/1 1/86 


c 


12 




N 




S 2 


12/1 1/86 


c 


I 


p 


N 


M06 


H 2 


A/02/R6 


B 


6 




N 




S 2 


A/02/B6 


c 


1 


p 


N 


W82 


H 2 


6/22/86 


c 


15 


p 


p 




H 2 


8/25/86 


A 


A 




L 




H 2 


9/19/86 


A 


A 




L 




S 2 


10/01/86 


c 


12 




N 




H 2 


A/10/B6 


A 


20 









S 2 


10/01/86 


A 


1 




N 




S 2 


2/06/86 


B 


5 




N 




h 2 


2/07/86 


B 


I 


p 


N 


JSA 


H 2 


A/03/86 


B 


2 




-. 




H 2 


6/2A/a 6 


A 


12 









H 2 


8/2A/86 


c 


5 




•I 




S 2 


8/25/86 


c 


3 




N 




S 2 


3/21/86 


A 


A 




L 




H 2 


8/17/86 


c 


6 




N 




S 2 


8/18/86 


c 


If 




N 




S 2 


5/23/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


1/25/06 


c 


A 









H 2 


6/0A/B6 


A 


A 




L 




H 2 


11/09/86 


c 


9 




N 


H80 


H 2 


10/17/86 


A 


19 


p 


N 




M ? 


12/26/86 


B 


5 




N 


080 


S 2 


9/02/86 


A 


9 




N 




H 2 


3/03/86 


F 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/01/P6 


A 


19 




N 




s ' 


A/1D/B6 


B 


2 


p 


F 




h 2 


5/18/86 


C 


3 




N 


080 


S 2 


8/20/86 


A 


1 




N 


S33 


H 2 


8/28/86 


A 


2 




J 


JAC 


H 2 


12/13/86 


C 


2 


p 


N 


HAS 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



P D 



HATE 



S 1 

E L 

C PG L 



PACE 8 5 

1/OV'I 



p 8YL 



CLUM. JOHN 

GRANT'S EARLIER FILMS CALLEO MOST MEMORABLE 

CLYbURN, J. W. 

POLICEMAN ASSAULTED 

CLYBURN. MARY 

KING'S BIRTHDAY SPARKS MEMORIES FOR DURHAM WOMAN 

CLYDE, ANNETTE 

SINGLE-PARENT AOOPTIONS FEED ON SPECIAL LOVE 

COATES. JIMMY R. 

SHERIFF'S MAJ. LOVE TO RETIRE: LEAKY ANNOUNCES NINE P°UMOTIONS 

COATS, LINDA JEAN (OFCEASEOI 

CAMPBELL STUDENT DISCOVERED SLAIN 

FAYETTEVILLE RESIDENIS WORRY OVER DISAPPEARANCE, SLAYINGS 

SPI ASKED TP JOIN SEARCH FOR WOMAN 

COATS, SONIA 

SONIA COATS HFLPS TROUBLED COUPLES REDISCOVER LOVE 

COBB, ANDREW B. 

CITY SCHOOL BOAPC TRIMS WORK YEAR FOR 5 WORKERS 

COPB, DOTTIE 

CHAMPIONS PERSON, VANCE REAP REWARDS OF WINNING 

COBB. HENRY 

CONGRESS MUST COMPEL REAGAN TO CHANGE 
PEOPLE ARE WAKING UP 
SPACE SHIELD IS NEEDEO 
LFTTER FROM NIRVANA' 

COBB, MIKE 

HEARINGS 
JUDGE OR 
JUOGE RF 
GRAND JU 
JUDGE DE 
4 OBSCEN 
JURY SEL 
JURORS B 
JURY CHO 
SEXUAL I 
JURORS V 
LESSER C 
JURY DEL 
BOOKSTOR 
DA SAYS 
FORMER B 
EX-BOOKS 
UBSCENIT 



BEGIN IN DURHAM PORN CASES 
DERS NARROWING OF OPSCENITY CHARGES 
JECTS ARGUMENT THAT PORN LAW IS INVALID 
RY INDICTS 6 ON OBSCENITY COUNTS 
LAYS PORN TRIALS 
ITY TRIALS DELAYED 

ECTION BEGINS IN OURHSM PORN TRIAL 
EING PICKED FOR PORNOGRAPHY IRIAL 
SEN IN PORN TRIAL 
TEMS SHOWN IN OPSCENITY TRIAL 
IEW VIDEO TAPE AT PORN TRIAL 

HARGES OROPPEO IN PLAYERS BOUK STORE TRIAL 
IBERATIONS NEAR IN PORN CASE 

E WORKERS CLEARED OF TBSCENITY LAW CHARGES 
ACUUITTALS WON'T HALT PORN TRIALS 

OOKSTORE CLERK GIVEN SUSPSNOED (.0-DAY JAIL SENTENCE 
TORE EMPLOYEE FINED 
Y TRIAL POSTPONED UNTIL DFC. 15 



N RALEIGH TUESDAY 

SH LFA0E3 SHIP 

AT TO F IL E IN 4TH DISTR ICT 

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? 
SERVICE TO IMPROVE, FACILITIES TO EXPAND 
E-ELECT1CN 
N. WALKED FILE 
M JUDGESHIP 
TS, DECIDES TO ENDORSE BPUYHILL 

FILES AS CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE 
LE5 FOR CONGRESS 
R 4TH DIS TRICT RACE 
AYSAYER 

N 4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 
NGFS COBEY 
OPPOSITION 
ACE OPPOS ITION 

4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SEAT 
HANUGUN BILL 

IS ECONTMIC POLICY 
PEL HILL MEETING 

ED: FACILITY SERVING SIKHS FROM AREA... 
OBEY TO PAY OFF CAMPAIGN DEBTS 
MPLE IN DURHAM 

TUOY NUCLEAR WASTE DUMP PROPOSAL 
MAGE 

COBEY' 

MPAIGN' »UN FOR COBEY 
HILLS60R0UGH 

BILL TO EASE GUN CONTROL 
LD BACK TOUGH GUN CONTROL 
DEMOCRATS CONTEND 
RESSIONAL CLUB 
CANDIDATES 

TITIONS AGAINST SITE 

4TH OISTRICT CALLS PAC CONTRIBUTIONS 'PERVASIVE. 
TO THINK LIKF SCROOGE 

FIGURES CALLED MISLEADING 
HOUSE COFFEE LOVERS 

LL SEEK SUPPORT FOR EXTENSION SERVICE 
FUNU BE INCREASED TO 15 BILLION 
FOCUS ON ENVIRONMENT 

OFFER S1LUTIONS TO FARM CRISIS 

EY 

VILLE NUCLEAR DUMP HEATS UP 

PATROLS AT JORDAN LAKE 
AIR RAIO 
R RESIGNS 

GIVE STATE TOP PRIORITY FOP ELFCTION SPENOING 
STE SITE WOULD RAISL DANGER OF CANCER 
SSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GRABS 
NATIONS FO» 4TH DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT 

NOV. A CLASH 
PERCENT 

DEBATES WITH COBtY 
HtST IN HUUSE 



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COBB. MONICA (RALEIGHI (DfcCEASEDI 

RALEIGH MAN PLEADS GUILTY 10 MURDER IN DEATHS OF DAUGHTER. STEPDAUGHTER 
RALEIGH MAN RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCES FOR KILLING DAUGHTER, STEPDAUGHTER 

CCPB. NANCYE 

A MONSTROUS THREAT 

COBB, WHIT 

PLANNING REUNION IS WORK, FUN 

COPEY, WILLIAM JR. 

CONGRESSMAN WILL PE I 
PRICE FILES. VOWS FRE 
PRICE IS FIRST DEMOCR 
BROYHILL, FUN0ER3URK: 
COBEY: TRIANGLE MAIL 
COBEY PLANS TO SEEK R 
COBEY, "RS. INSKO. SE 
MASON FILES FOR DURHA 
SOWERS BLASTS DEMOCRA 
HILLSBOROUGH RfcSIDtNT 
HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN FI 
SEN. WOODARD FILES FO 
COBEY. THE CONSTANT N 
STATE SENATOR FILES I 
FORMER TEACHER CHALLE 
VALENTINE. COREY GET 
JUSTICES, JUDGES TO F 
5 CHALLENGE COBFY FOR 
CONGRESSMEN STALKED 
COBEY: ELECTION FOCUS 
CANDIOATE TO HOLD CHA 
DURHAM TEMPLE DEOICAI 
N.C. DEMOCRATS WANT C 
SIKHS OEDICATE 2ND TE 
COBEY PICKS TEAM TO S 
TRYING TO SUED CLUB I 
■NORTH CAROLINA NEEDS 
HELP U.S.. FIRST 
PRICE SAYS ' SHADOW CA 
COBEY AIUES TO BE IN 
COBEY, VALENTINE PUSH 
VALENTINE, COBEY SHOU 
COBEY OEBTS ILLEGAL. 
COBEY IN DEBT TO CONG 
100 TURN OUT TO HEAR 
COBEY TO CIRCULATE PE 
ONE OF CANDIDATES IN 
CONGRESSMEN STARTING 
FRANKLIN UNEMPLOYMENT 
BUDGET PINCH AFFECTS 
REP. COBEY SAYS HE WI 
CANDIDATE URGES SUPER 
HAZARDOUS WASTES PUT 
YEAR OF THE FLAG 
U.S. HOUSE CANDIDATES 
PRESENTING FLAGS 
GOP CAMPAIGNING LOW K 
PROTEST AGAINST ROLES 
CHATHAM READY TO STOP 
CANDIDATES BACK U.S. 
COBEY CAMPAIGN "ANAGE 
U.S. HOUSE DEMOCRATS 
COBEY: RADIOACT IVE-WA 
MOST OF N.C. 'S CONGRE 
PRICE. COBEY WIN NOMI 
PRICE. COBEY HEAO FOR 
OPANGF TURNOUT OVER 3 
PRICE CALLS FOR EIGHT 
BROYHILL IS AMUNG RIC 



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HONTHLY/A 



NNUAL I N t X 

1/01/S6 - 12/31/96 



NAMES 



N.C. DELEGATION SOLIDLY SUPPORTS NEW TRADE BILL 

NO NUCLEAR DUMP IN N.C.: POL IT ! CS . . .MELPE TO BAIL OUT STATE 

COBEY QUESTIONS SLOWNESS IN PR OBE OF IN-ATE DEATH 

COBEY. N.C. OFFICIALS TOUR JORDAN LAKE 

PRICE SAYS NRC ShOULO EXPAND SHEARON HAPRIS' EVACUATION ZONE 

PPICE. COBEY TAKE TURNS OUTLINING VIEWS ON ISSUES 

ELECTION COMMISSION REJECTED PROPOSAL TO INVESTIGATE COBEY 

BUSH IN RALEIGH FRIDAY FOR C03EY 

COBEY ACCUSEO &F OBSTRUCTING TAX REFORMS 

BUSH TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CObEY 

BUSH URGES N.C. VOTERS TO SUPPORT REPUBLICANS 

VICE PRESIOENT STUMPS FOR RE-ELECTION OF COBEY 

HELMS-HUNT NA»E-CALLIN& ERUPTS INVOLVING COREY 

HUNT DOES NAME-CALLING 

PRICE CRITICIZES COBEY'S IOEAS in TAXES 

EEC MEHEER CALLS PROBE OF COBEY DEBT 'SILLY- — TAPE 

4 N.C. REPUBLICANS ON MOST-VULNERABLE-INCUMBENTS LIST 

FORD TO ATTEND COBEY RECEPTION IN CHAPEL HILL 

WHERE DOES PROF. PRICE STAND? 

COBEY ACCUSES PRICE OF USING SMEAR TACTICS 

CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN 

FORD: NEW STRATEGY NEEDEO TO DEAL WITH SOUTH AFRICA 

COBEY CONCERNED BY PROPOSED TAX REFORM EFFECT ON BIG BUSINESS 

FOUR CONGRESSMEN SUPPORT ROU'S GATEWAY BIO 

PRICE: COEEY "AILING ALMOST -ABUSE' 

MAIL PRIVILEGE IS POLITICAL 

COBEY-PRICE RACE RATED AS TOSS-UP 

COMMISSION REJECTS FU0T"ER COREY PROBE 

EDUCATORS BACK PRICE IN RACE FOP HOUSE 

COBEY WANTS KATE SMITH'S PICT'IRE ON SAVINGS BONOS 

COBEY TRIES TO TIE OPPONENT n TAX HIKES. LIdERAL POLICIES 

4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT CANDIDATES SPAR OVER TAXES 

BOTH 4TH DISTRICT CANDIDATES PRAISE ANTI-DRUG BILL 

COBEY. PRICE ARE AT ODDS CN SANCTIONS 

CANDIDATE: KEEP RELIGION, POLITICS SEPARATE 

RELIGION ISSUE IN COBEY OFFENSIVE. PRICE SAYS 

CObEY CAMPAIGN HO ICARTOON) 

COBEY DRAWS MRS. DOLE'S PRAISE, GOV. BABBITT'S CRITICISM 

COBEY PLANS TO PACK TAX REFDR" BILL; PRICE SAYS THAT SUPPORT CU"ING LA 

FUNDA-ENTALISTS WANT MORE N.C. POLITICAL INFLUENCE 

VALENTINE, COPEY SACK TAX BILL 

OFFICIALS RAP SLOW ACTION DURING DROUGHT 

RELIGIOUS LABELS WRONG IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS 

PRICE ACCUSES COBEY OF TRYING TO 'COVER HIS TRACKS' ON VOTES 

COBEY, PRICE AGREE TO TELEVISED DEBATE 

CANDIDATES TRADE DARTS ON TAX ISSUE 

THURMHND'S VISIT GETS POSTPONED 

COBEY CRITICIZES PRICE FOR "EING TOO LIBERAL 

COBEY, PRICE AT OOUS CN TUITION CREDIT 

PRICE RAISES MORE HONEY; STILL OUTSPENT 

4TH DISTRICT OPPONENTS ARE CLASSIC OPPuSITES 

CObEY VOTE COMMENDED 

4TH DISTRICT CANOIOATES SPAR 3 VER RULES FOR THEIR OEbATE 

COBEY'S LETTER STILL HOLDING SPOTLIGHT 

PRICE SAYS COBEY SHOULD WITHDRAW TV COMMERCIAL 

KEMP, HART CAMPAIGN IN 4TH DISTRICT FOR COBEY, PRICE 

SANFORU FINANCES PART OF CAMPAIGN WITH LOANS HE GUARANTEED PERSONALLY 

COBEY AND PRICE CLASH ON LABOR UNION MONEY 

$5 BILLION ISN'T PEANUTS 

COEEY BLASTS OPPONENT'S ADS 

PRICE, COBEY OEBATE ON DEFENSE 

PRICE, CUPEY CONCENTRATING EFFORTS IN WAKE, RANDOLPH 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

GEORGIA SENATOR DEFENDS PRICE'S STAND ON STAR WARS 

THURMOND CAMPAIGNS FOR 8ROYHILL AND COBEY 

COBEY RECORD FLAWED 

FLAGRANT DISTORTION 

VETERAN'S ENDORSEMENT OF COBEY SPARKS CONTROVERSY OVER PETITION 

CONGRESSMAN UNRFSPONSIVE 

HELMS CHARGES DEMOCRATS TRYIN". TO SCARE VOTERS 

ELECTION GUIDE: U.S. HOUSE 

COBEY, PRICE SKIRMISH OVER ISSUES 

PRICE AOS CLEAN 

FORUM FOR IDEAS 

GROUP ENDORSES THREE GOP CANOIOATES 

4TH DISTRICT CANDIDATES STRIKE FaMILIARY THEMES 

PRICE BEATS COBEY'S FINAL VOTE COUNTY BY 8t 

PRICE CREDITS 4TH DISTRICT WIN TO VOTERS' POLITICAL TURNAROUND 

N.C. DEMOCRATS RECAPTURE T N n SEATS IN. U.S. HOUSE; ONE RACE UNDECIDED 

COBEY'S FALL TIED TO FATE OF JIM 9RDYHILL 

C03EY GFTS STATE TRANSPORTATION POST 

COdEY APPOINTED DEPUTY TRANSPORTATION SFCRETaRY 

PRICE IS TOP SPENOER IN CONGRESSIONAL RACES 

COELEi HOWARD (FORMER REP. I 

BILL aims TO PREVENT U.S. LOANS FOR FOREIGN TEXTILES 

JUSTICES, JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 

CONGRESSMEN STALKED ON HANUGUN "ILL 

OFFICIALS DEFEND N.C. RANK OF LAST IN GFTTING J.S. FUNOS 

MOST OF N.C.'S CONGRESSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GPAES 

BROYHILL IS AMONG RICHEST IN houSF 

JOBS "AIN TRADE ISSUE FOR N.C. 

A N.C. REPUBLICANS ON MOST -VUL N C R ABLE- INCUMBE NTS LIST 

REAGAN SAYS VETO OVERRIDE WOULD SHATTER GLOBAL MARKETS 

COBLE ANNOUNCES 134 MILLION AT(.T CONTRACT 

DEEATE OELAY SOUGHT 

WILL 'REVOLVING DOOR" TURN AGAIN IN 6TH DISTRICT RATE' 

TEXTILES, WAT=R PROJECT DOMINATE 6TH OISTRICT RACE 

CObLE ANO BRITT SWAP LEADS IN 6TH 

6TH DISTRICT RACE REMAINS O^AILOCKEO 

N.C. oe-jCRATS RECAPTURE TWO SEATS IN U.S. HuuSE; ONE RACE UNDECIDED 

BRITT CALLS FOR RECOUNT IN GUILFORO RACE; HENOON LEAVES POLITICS 

OFFICIALS RECHECKING COSLE'S 92-POINT LEAD 

COBLE RETAINS LEAD IN 6TH OISTRICT RUT PR I T T PRESSES FOR FULL RECOUNT 

CQBLE-bRITT RACE STILL UNCERTAIN 

DEMOCRATS 'LEARNED HOW TO SW I< • AFTER 1984 "ISASTER 

GUILFORO BOARD OENIES BRITT BID FOR VOTE RECOUNT 

BRITT PLANS TO APPEAL FOR 6TH OISTRICT VJTE RECOUNT 

REPUBLICAN ATTORNEY SAYS 6TH DISTRICT RACE may GU TO U.S. HOUSE 

BRITT RAISES QUESTION ON ABSENTEE BALLOTS 

HEARING TO BE HELD ON 6TH DISTRICT ELECTION DIS°UTE 

N.C. CONGRESSMAN CALLS «"S SALES DISCLOSURES INCREDIBLE 

HEARING BEGINS ON VOTE RECOUNT REQUEST I ,, 6TH DISTRICT 

HEARIV& CONTINUES ON RECOUNT 

HUMAN ERROR EYED IN CHANGING VOTE COUNTS 

COBLE-BRITT oTh OISTRICT RECOUNT ORDERED 

VOTE RECOUNT WON-T S1DP bRITT'S CHALLENGE 

BRITT WANTS DIFFERENT BALLOT CHECK 

COBLE PICKS UP TWO VOTES; RECOUNT COiUNUES 

A CHAD IS STILL A CHAn NO MAT T ER HOW MANY 

P1RT1AL RECOUNT GIVES COBLE A 79-V0TE LEAD 

BRITT-COBLE RECOUNT COSTLY 

ELECTIONS BOARD TO CERTIFY COPLE WIN 

ELECTIONS BOARO PLANS TO CERTIFY COBLE WINNER 

BPITT-S RE3JEST TO POSTPONE COBLE'S CERTIFICATION OFNIED 

JUOGE WON'T OELAY COBLE'S CERTIFICATION IN 6TH DISTRICT RACE 













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10/31/86 


A 


5 


L 




H 2 


10/31/86 


b 


7 


N 


L40 


H 2 


11/01/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


1 1/01/96 





4 


N 


L40 


H 2 


1 1/02/86 


D 


1 


P F 




H 2 


U/J2/96 





3 


P N 


L40 


H 2 


11/02/86 





6 


L 




H 2 


11/02/96 


D 


6 


L 




H 2 


11/03/86 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


11/04/86 





4 


N 


L40 


H 2 


11/05/86 


A 


1 


P N 


L4P 


S 2 


11/35/86 


A 


1 


P N 


W8? 


H 2 


11/06/86 


A 


22 


N 




H 2 


11/36/86 


B 


I 


p N 


L40 


H 2 


12/1*/R6 


c 


3 


N 




H 1 


12/17/86 


c 


3 


N 




S 2 


12/31/"6 


C 


13 


N 




S 2 


1/03/86 


A 


6 


P N 




h 2 


2/04/86 





4 


N 




S 2 


2/13/86 


A 


4 


U 




S 2 


3/31/86 


A 


9 


P N 




S ? 


4/23/86 


A 


9 


N 




h 2 


5/23/86 


C 


9 


N 




S 2 


5/23/»6 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


8/04/96 


A 


3 


P N 




H 2 


8/06/86 


B 


3 


N 




H | 


10/10/86 


B 


I 


'1 




H 1 


10/10/96 


e 


I 


N 




H 1 


10/23/86 


B 


I 


N 




S 2 


10/23/86 


C 


3 


P N 




H 2 


11/05/86 


13 


2 


N 




S 2 


It/05/86 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


11/06/86 


A 


22 


N 




S 2 


11/06/86 


C 


5 


N 




H 2 


11/07/86 


A 


17 


N 




H 2 


1 1/U9/96 


o 


3 


P N 




S 2 


11/08/96 


c 


1 


P N 




H 2 


11/10/86 


A 


1 


N 


L40 


H 2 


11/10/86 


A 


14 


N 




H Z 


1 1 /U/96 


B 


3 


N 




H 2 


11/15/86 


A 


10 


N 




H 2 


1 1/21/86 


A 


18 


N 




H 2 


11/26/96 


D 


2 


N 




H 2 


11/27/86 


c 


16 


'1 




H 2 


12/04/96 


A 


19 


N 




S 2 


12/04/86 


A 


2 


p ri 




S 2 


12/05/86 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


12/07/86 


c 


5 


P N 




H 2 


12/08/86 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


12/J9/86 


B 


3 


N 




H 2 


12/10/96 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


12/10/86 


A 


4 


c 




H 2 


12/1 1/86 


A 


2" 


N 




H 2 


12/15/86 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


12/16/86 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


12/17/96 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


12/17/86 


A 


21 


N 




h 2 


12/18/86 


c 


lo 


P N 





MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



'AGE 8 7 
1/09/87 



COURTS REJECT BRITT'S INJUNCTION REQUEST 
COBLE DECLARED WINNER BUT SUIT PENDING 
BRITT IS GRANTEO JAN. 19 HEARING ON RECOUNT BIO 
PRICE IS TOP SPENDER IN CONGRESSIONAL RACES 



IDECEASEOI 



COBLE. JAMES B 
OBITUARY 

COPLE, LARRV (N.C. OEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES...! 
LEAKING TANKS THREATEN N.C. HATER QUALITY 

COBLE. LARRY OR. I SUP ER IN T ENOEN T I 

DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD CONTINUES VOLUNTARY TRANSFERS 

ATTENDANCE UP UNDER NEK SCHOOL POLICY 

DURHAM COUNTY TO TRY M IDOL E- SC HOOL SYSTEM 

CRUTCHFIELO: SCHOOLS NEED TO "OVE AHEAD 

MIDDLE-SCHOOL SWITCH WORTH WORK, MONEY 

FIRM ASKS LAST WORD ON SCHOOL-SITE GIFT 

SCHOOL BOARD DELAYS VOTE ON RETENTION POLICY 

23 PERCENT IN SURVEY GIVE 'A- TO SCHOOLS 

SCHOOL SURVEY FINDS DESIRE FOR DRUG FACTS 

COUNTY SCHOOLS ASK LOCAL MERGER ACTION 

TEMP6PS FLARE AT MEETING BETWEEN COBLE, PARFNTS 

COBLE BLAMES ENCOUNTER WITH PARENTS ON NO COMMUNICATION ABOUT PROGRAM 

OURHAM SCHUOLS, RACE QUESTIONS DRAW 200 

DURHAM SCHOOLS IMPROVE RACE RELATIONS 

TREYBURN WILLING TO DONATE SCHOOL LAND 

SCHOOLS BUDGET CALLS FOR "AY, TAX RAISES 

BUDGET INCLUOFS TEACHER PAY SUPPLEMENTS 

TEACHERS NEED RESPECT, SUPPORT 

40B COUNTY STUDENTS MUST TAKE STATE TEST 

COUNTY TEACHER SUPPLEMENTS BACKED 

COUNTY SCHOOLS SELL CAR FOR J"., 000 AFTER REJECTING BIO OF $9,000 

COUNTY SETS JUNE 16 HEARING ON BONDS 

CASE CLOSEO ON 16.000 CAR; -BUY IT BACK' ACTION PASSED 

RELATIVES OF COUNTY OFFICIAL TO RETURN CAR TO SCHOOL SYSTEM 

SALE OF COUNTY SCHOOL CAR HANDLED POORLY 

APPFARANCES ARE BAD IN SCHOOLS' AUTO DEAL 

GRAND OPENING 

BUILDINGS TOP NEEDS OF SCHOOL SYSTEMS 

COMMISSIONERS COOL TO HIGHER SCHUOL TAX 

MOST OFFICIALS LIKE SUMMER SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS 
COUNTY SCHOOLS SEEK HIKE IN SUPPLEMENTAL TAX OF 32 

•DISCREPANCIES' SEEN IN SCHOOL'S FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 

KEEL'S RESIGNATION FOLLOWS MOMEY 'DISCREPANCIES' DISCOVERY 

CHEERLEADERS PEP UP COUNTY SCHOOLS' RALLY 

COUNTY SCHOOLS OPEN WITH 636 MORE STUDENTS THAN 1ST DAY LAST YEAR 

SCHOOLS SET AUCTION POLICY 

ENROLLMENT RISES AT TRIPLE RATE EXPFCTED 

PARFNTS UF AUTISTIC RAP LONG BUS RIDE 

AUTISTIC-TEEN PARENTS WANT PROGRAM MOVED 

SCHOOLS TURN DOWN PLEA TO MOVE AUTISTIC TEENS 

COBLE REJECTS CHARLOTTE OFFER 

COBLE, HAMMONDS INVITED TO AP"LY FOR CH ARLOTT F/MECKL t NBURG POSITION 

ATTENDANCE UP IN HIGH SCHOOLS 

NORTHERN HIGH PRINCIPAL PUSHES COUNTY BOND VOTE 

RETIREES WANT TO HELP 

ON NOV. 4TH THE REAL ISSUE IS CHILDREN. IADI 

COUNTY SCHOOLS RECEIVE 35 INQUIRIES ON LAND SALE 

DURHA" EDUCATORS ASSAIL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION REVAMP 

VOCATIONAL ED TEACHERS RAP REPORT 

COBLE, RAN 

GROUP TRIES TO AVOID BIAS IN STUDYING STATE POLICIES 
TOP L03BYISTS: LAWYERS AND FORMER LEGISLATORS 

COBO, MICHAEL DR. 

OUKE DOCTOR: CLFAR-LENS SURGERY RISKY 

DRUG CAN REDUCE OANGEP erhm FTRm OF CHICKFN POX 

DUKE STUDY PINPOINTS DRUG THAT LOWERS DANGER OF SHINGLES 

COCHRANE. BETSY (R-DAVIE CO. I 

REDMAN ELECTED SENATE GOP LEADER 

COCKERHAM, HAROLD OEAN IWINSTON SALE"I 

THRFE PRISONERS CAPTURED AFTET ESCAPING CONWAY JAIL 

COCKERHAM, TROY LEE 

GUNMAN TAKES 1109, HITS VICTIM 
ROBBER STRIKES HIS VICTIM WITH GUN 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 6 ON OBSCENITY COUNTS 

COCKERILL, FRED 

AFTER THE FIX . . . TR AD I T ION REIGNS AS RED MOUNTAIN HOUNDS GIVE CHASE 
RED MOUNTAIN HUNT PREPARES FOP AUCTION 

COCKRELL. KIPPY 

OURHAM LEADING THE WAY IN PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION 

COCOLAS, MARION IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 



(OECEASEDI 



COCUS, JOHNNIE E. 
O p I TUARY 

CODRINGTON, PAY 

TPUMPFTFR CODRINGTON SHOWS HE IS A MASTFR 

COE, JO 

HEAD INJURED SUPPORTED 

COE, R. TAYLOR 

A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD 

COELHO, TONY ICAL.I 

n?SSrf?y?l ? S ."9^ R i T ? GIVE ST4TE TGP PRIORITY FOR ELECTION SPENDING 
DEMOCRATIC CALIFORNIA CONGRESSMAN AIDS FUNOERBURK'S RAP OF BROYHILL 
TRUTH LIES SOMEWHERE BETWEEN GOOD AND BAD 

COEEP, LIZ 

COURT REPORTER MAY MOVE UP 
MS. COFER BACKED FOR POST 

COFER. MIKE 

WHEN BELL SOUNOED, STATE WAS TEADY 
SHERIDAN NOT HAPPY WITH TIE 
A GRACIOUS 6-PACK 

COFFEY, FREO HOWARD JR. 

CALDWELL MAN FACES 10 NEW SEX CHARGES 

COFFEY, STEVEN WILLIAM 

OFFICERS HURT IN HIT-AND-RUN CHASF 

THREE OURHAM OFFICERS HURT, CARS WRECKED DURING CHASE 

"f| "f Jl^ r U? LiJ - E9LICY: DURHAM POLICE DEPARTMENT BEGINS PRO°E. 

RULES ON HICH-SPE C U CHASES NE C D ENFORCING 



N E 
P 



OATE 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P "YL 



H 2 12/19/86 A 14 N 

H 2 12/20/86 C 3 N 

H 2 12/30/86 B 5 N 

S 2 12/31/86 C 13 N 



H 2 


2/01/86 


C 


4 







S 2 


3/12/86 


C 


7 


N 




H 2 


2/04/86 


C 


3 


N 


8 50 


S 2 


2/04/66 


c 


1 


N 


S34 


S 2 


2/18/86 


A 


1 


N 


S84 


H 2 


2/19/86 


B 


1 


N 


F50 


S 2 


2/19/86 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


3/04/86 


B 


1 


N 


S64 


H 2 


3/18/86 


c 


1 


N 


F50 


H 2 


4/04/86 


B 


1 


N 


F50 


S 2 


4/04/R6 


C 


1 


N 


S84 


S 2 


4/08/86 


A 


7 


N 


S04 


S 2 


4/15/86 


I 


1 


N 


SB4 


H 2 


4/16/86 


c 


1 


N 


F50 


H 2 


4/17/86 


A 


1 


D 


M97 


S 2 


4/17/86 


A 


1 


N 


W62 


S 2 


5/09/86 


A 


I 


N 


S84 


H 2 


5/15/86 


B 


1 


N 


A54 


S 2 


5/15/86 


C 


1 


N 


S84 


H 7 


5/19/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


5/20/86 


C 


1 


N 


A 54 


S 2 


5/22/86 


A 


1 


N 


S84 


S 2 


5/29/66 


A 


1 


N 


S84 


S 2 


5/29/86 


C 


1 


N 


M06 


H 2 


5/30/86 


B 


1 


N 


A54 


S 2 


5/30/86 


A 


1 


N 


SB4 


S 2 


5/31/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


6/03/R6 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


6/10/86 


A 


2 


P P 


K30 


H 2 


6/12/86 


B 


I 


P N 


W36 


S 2 


6/12/86 


C 


1 


N 


M06 


S 2 


6/18/86 


A 


6 


N 


S84 


H 2 


6/23/36 


e 


1 


N 


J40 


H 2 


8/26/86 


c 


1 


P N 


J4D 


S 2 


6/26/96 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


8/27/86 


C 


1 


p N 


J40 


H 2 


9/03/86 


B 


I 


P N 


J40 


S 2 


9/03/86 


C 


I 


N 


sa4 


S 2 


9/10/86 


A 


1 


N 


S84 


H 7 


9/16/86 


c 


1 


N 


A54 


S 2 


9/16/86 


c 


1 


N 


S64 


S 2 


9/1 7/86 


c 


1 


P N 


S84 


S 2 


9/19/86 


A 


1 


P N 


S64 


H 2 


9/20/86 


B 


3 


N 




H 2 


10/21/66 


B 


7 


P N 




S 2 


10/27/86 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


10/28/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


U/U3/96 


A 


6 


P A 




S 2 


11/24/86 


A 


I 


N 


S92 


H 2 


12/ie/66 


C 


I* 


N 


L40 


S 2 


12/18/86 


A 


1 


N 


S92 


H 1 


6/13/86 


B 


3 


N 




H 2 


7/21/»6 


A 


13 


N 




S 7 


11/06/86 


A 


1 


N 


S33 


H 2 


12/12/86 


B 


3 


N 




S 2 


12/13/86 


C 


1 


N 




H ? 


1 1/23/86 


c 


10 


N 





H 2 7/29/66 A 



S 2 l/06/«6 C I N 
H 7 1/0 7/86 A 6 N 
S 2 5/20/86 C 1 N T85 



H 2 3/09/86 D 1 P F C19 
H 2 8/26/86 A 6 P U H45 



S 2 12/23/86 A 1 P N S9? 

H 7 4/23/86 C 5 O 

H 2 6/29/86 C 2 

H 2 5/13/86 B 9 R S66 

H 2 4/17/86 A 4 L 

H 2 6/29/86 D 4 E 



H 2 4/19/86 C 
S 2 5/02/86 C 
H 2 10/04/86 A 



N L40 
J 



H 2 5/03/86 A 15 P N 
S 2 5/03/86 A 7 N 



H 2 9/14/86 B 10 N C49 
S 2 9/16/86 1 P N 815 
H 2 1 1/21/86 C I P N C4° 



H 2 10/17/86 A 16 



S 2 3/19/86 A 1 N T85 

H 7 3/20/86 A 1 P N "51 

H 2 3/21/66 A 1 N H51 

S 2 3/26/8,, A i, E 



LX640- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NA 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 


M E S 












PAGE SB 
1/39/87 






N 

P 


E 



DATE 


S 
E 
C 


PG 


I T 
L Y 
L ' 


BYL 




DURHAM POLICE PRAISED FOR JUDGMENT IN CHASt 
DESPITE WRECKS, POLICE CHASE DRAWS APPLAUSE 
GRADUATE STUDENT GETS 2-YEAR SENTENCE IN CHASE 
DUKE STUDENT GIVEN SENTENCE 


s 

H 
H 

s 


2 

2 
2 
2 


4/17/86 
4/18/86 

7/26/86 
7/26/96 


A 
B 
C 

A 


1 
1 

1 
18 


N 
N 
N 
N 


M69 
S51 
S82 




COFFIN. EOGAR LEE 

DWI ARREST MADE IN PATROL PAR<ING LOT 
OWI ARREST MADE AT PATROL STATION 


H 

s 


2 

2 


A/07/86 
4/07/86 


C 

c 


7 
2 


N 
N 






COFFIN. JACOUELINE GREEN IOXFCRDI 

POLICE OFFICER AND MOTORIST CHARGED 


H 


1 


7/15/96 


c 


1 


N 






COFFIN. WILLIAM SLOANE JR. REV. 

VEIFRAN'S ENDORSEMENT OF COPE' SPARKS CONTROVERSY OVER PETITION 


H 


2 


10/31/86 


B 


7 


N 


L4C 




COFFMAN. KEVIN 

OUKHAM PULLS '86 


s 


2 


4/10/96 


B 


7 


o p 






COGGINS. GLADYS ROLLINS 

ADVICE STILL FREE IN NEIGHBORHOOD STORE 


H 


2 


12/26/86 


B 


I 


P F 


480 




CUGGINS. ROBERT L. (PKYSON CITYI IDECEASE01 

N^WLYWEO CONVINCEO HUSBAND OID NOT KILL HIGHWAY PATRULMAN 

MURDER TRIAL MOVED TO BUNCOMBE COUNTY 

AGENT SAYS TrfO MEN'S PRINTS FOUND ON SLAIN OFFICER'S CAR 

MAN CONVICTED OF MURDERING STATE TROOPER 

JAILER SAYS BRAY BOASTED OF SLAYING 

BRAY RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCE FOR MURDER OF STATE TROOPER 

BRAY SENTENCED TO LIFE .93 YE4RS FOR SLAYING 

RIOS SAYS HIS COMPANION KILLE") HIGHWAY PATROLMAN 

JURY FINDS RI"S GUILTY OF STATE TROOPER'S MURDER 

JURY C0NVICT5 PRISON ESCAPEE OF KILLING HIGHWAY PATROLMAN 

MAN GETS LIFE TERM FOR KILLING TROUPER 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 

s 

H 

s 

H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


4/1 1/86 
5/06/96 
5/17/86 
5/20/96 
5/21/96 
5/22/96 
5/2?/86 
B/l«/«6 
B/21/R6 
8/22/R& 
8/23/86 


A 

A 
A 
B 
D 

c 

B 

A 

c 

A 


16 

4 
14 
12 
2 
4 
8 
3 
1 
4 
8 


N 
N 
N 

N 

N 
N 
N 
N 

N 
N 
N 






COHEN. ADAM 

STUDENTS DRAWN TO CARTOONING AT EARLY AGES 


H 


2 


4/24/96 


b 


, 


P N 


Bin 




COHEN, KAL U AN J. 

DUKE PROFESSOR PREDICTS NIGHT STOCK TRADING 


H 


2 


4/02/86 


A 


13 


'1 


OBO 




COHEN. KENNETH L. DR. IUNC-CHI 

COHEN TO HEAD N.C. OPHTH 4L MOLT GI STS 


s 


2 


10/06/86 


c 


3 


N 






COHEN, MURRV J. OR. 

REVAMP CANCER RESEARCH 


H 


7 


12/23/e& 


A 


4 


L 






COHEN, SUSAN R. 

COVERAGE IS COMMENDED 


H 


2 


6/24/86 


» 


u 


L 






COHN. TANYA 

BENEFIT PROGRAM ENJOYED 

BULLOCK TRAINS TALENTEO DANCE S 


s 


2 
2 


3/03/86 
4/24/86 


A 
A 


4 
6 


I 
P F 


G59 




CUIT. JOHN HAMILTUN (DFNVERI (DECEASED! 

JOHN H. COIT, FORMES REPORTER FOR •HERALD' 


H 


2 


1/12/96 


B 


2 









COJANIS, HELEN 

WOMAN PUSHES FOR STRICTER ENFORCEMENT OF NOISE LAW 


5 


2 


8/14/96 


C 


1 


P N 


H70 




COKAS, BILL 

STUDENTS DRAWN TO CARTOONING AT EARLY AGES 


H 


2 


4/24/96 


B 


1 


p n 


310 




COKER, LOUISE VENAPLE (CHAPEL WILLI 

JUDGE RULES AGAINST BARRETT IN COKER ESTATE SUIT 
SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PROPERTY SUIT 
SUIT CLAIMS COUPLE LIBELEO 


H 

s 

H 


3 

2 
3 


1/31/86 
1/31/95 
6/17/96 


E 
A 
C 


1 
5 
1 


N 
N 
N 


W27 




COKER, w. C. OR. 

SUIT claims C"UPLE LIBELED 


H 


3 


5/17/86 


c 


1 


N 






COLAVITA, PAUL OR. 

DOCTORS CURE TEEN'S HEART MALFUNCTION 


„ 


2 


12/25/86 


B 


3 


N 






COLBFRT, GREG 1 FRANKL INTON 1 

FRANKLINTON MAN SERIOUSLY WOUNDED IN HEAU 


H 


1 


9/03/»6 


B 


5 


N 






COLBFRT, MIKE 1 FR ANKL INTON 1 

FRANKLINTON MAN SERIOUSLY WOUNDED IN HEAD 


H 


1 


"5/03/86 


B 


5 


N 






COLCLOUGH, DEBORAH 

A LOSS FOR ROUGEMCNT 

NEW ORANGE ORDINANCE IS AN UNFAIR BL3W 


H 

H 


2 
2 


3/19/96 
4/15/96 


A 
A 


4 
4 


L 

L 






COLCLOUGH, INEZ LYNAM (OFCEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 


H 

H 


7 
2 


90?/»6 
8/03/B6 


C 

C 


2 
2 










COLCLOUGH, jrEY 

mobile home owners win their battle 


H 


3 


11/34/96 


C 


I 


N 


I4|(j 




COLE, ALICE WOMBLE ICHAPEL HILLI DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 


H 


2 


9/30/P6 


B 


5 









COLE. BARRY LEE 

STOLEN CAR FOUND 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AT APARTMENT, DUKE DORM 

MAN CHARGED WITH ThO MOPE BREAK-INS 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH SHJOTING INTO CAR 

TEEN-AGER HELD IN BREAK-INS FACING SEVERAL MORE CHAR&FS 


H 
H 
H 

s 

H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


I0/13/»6 
10/30/66 
1 1/D3/B6 
11/03/96 
12/01/86 


A 
B 
C 

A 
B 


15 
4 

14 
6 
7 


N 
N 
N 
N 

N 






COLE, BEVERLY P. 

NAACP LEADER: BLACKS AKE LOSIVG GROUND IN SCHOOL 


H 


7 


9/08/86 


B 


7 


N 






COLE. BILL ICREEPMOORI 

OUKE DESERVES TOP PLAY 
JUDGE UVERSTEPS BOUNOS 


H 
H 


2 
2 


3/19/96 
11/18/86 


A 
A 


4 
4 


L 
L 






COLE. CAROLYN H. 

UNC EXPERT: MANY INCEST CASES UNREPORTED 


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2 


10/l»/86 


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1 


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COLE. CHARLOTTE 1 HI LL SBOROUGH 1 
ACCUSATIONS PREPOSTEROUS 


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2 


5/19/06 


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COLE. DALLAS 

THE DAILY CONSTITUTIONAL 


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9/04/86 


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COLE. FREO C. ICHAPEL hilli (DECEASED) 

FDRMJO WASHINGTON t. LEE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT CJLE 


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5/09/86 


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COLE, JAMES ANDE=SON III 

COURT UPHOLDS 13 MILLION JUDGMENT 


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2 


6/J4/86 


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1 


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L4" 




COLE. JAMES CHRISTOPHER 

COUNTERFEIT LICENSES SEIZEO AT ECU 


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2 


10/24/86 


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1 2 


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COLE. JA"tS m. ialahancei 



















MONTHLY/ 



N N U A L 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



^^^ E E po^nc E S L F E ?T S No r0 MOLO M<E F4UNl - N ° 0PP05 '"™ 

BiS^AHIiaTEf'WiR^a ^11*?* is ^„yr TE 

COLE. JASPER 

STOLEN GOOOS ARE RECOVEREO; THREE ARRESTED 

COLEf JESSF T. (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY C ° LE ' EHPL0yi:e of BELK-LEGGETT <,2 YEARS 

COLE. JESSE W. (DECEASED! 

JESSE COLE, 67, HELPED 9UIL0 SEVERAL DURHAM LANDMARKS 
COLE, JIM 

OPEN OOOR PA INTING 

COLE, JIM (REP. | (WATAUGA CO. I 

FORMER LEGISLATCR SEEKS HOUSE SEAT 

CULE, JIMMY EDWARD (CHEROKEE CO.) 

COURT REVERSES PERJURY INDICTMENT DISMISSAL 

COLE, JOHN 

SUMMER ON THE BANKS 

OUTER HANKS OFFER FUN OF ALL SORTS TO VISITORS 

COLE, JOHN 0. (WILLIAMSBURG RD.I 

POLICE CHARGE 5 MEN WITH GAMBLING 

C0LE '0BITUARY ACKNEY ,CHAI>E1 - HULI IOECFASEDI 

COLE. LOUIS (HILLSBOROUGH! 
■MONKEY BOTTOM 1 DENIED 

COLE. PAUL (UNC-CH STUDENT I 

UNC STUDENT FORMS BEER RIGHTS UNION 

COLE. R. TAYLOR 

W. GERMANY HONORS PROFESSOR AT DUKE 

DUKE PROFESSOR EMERITUS GETS JEST GERMAN AWARD 

OUKF U. HONORS MRS. SFMANS, COLE 

2 WIN DUKE'S 1ST MERIT AWARD 

•ffiS- SEHjJNS. COLE DESERVE DUKF AWARD 

TWO DESERVING HDNOREES 

COLE, REUBEN (OECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

COLE, RICHARD R. DR. (UNC-CHAPSL HILLI 
COLE: JOURNALIST IN SPACE STILL GO 
6-YEAR UNC BICENTENNIAL SOUGHT 

CULE. WILLIAM EUGENE (DECEASED! 
UBITUARY 

COLE, YOLANDA 

CONCERT WITHOUT AN ACT BRINGS INDICTMENTS 

COLE "oBITUARY ZO BR0W " SR * '""-LSBOROUGHI (OECEASFDI 

COLEMAN, BEN R.v/ 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

COLEMAN, DAN 

CASH POLLCALL... 

CASH CONCERNED ABOUT NEWS COVERAGE 

NEWS REPORTED ACCORDING TO CPEL -GOSPFL' 

l^rV^l ^UNTIES QUALIFY FOR HIGH-LFvEL NUCLEAR SIT>= 

NUCLEAR TESTING OK • D FOR SHFARUN HARRIS , -"-'-' :^ ' , iJI 

NUCLEAR PLANT A BAO IDEA ^" K ** U ^ "ARRIS 

COLEMAN, DONNA 

INTUITION THEME IN • TR AN SC ENOE NTAL I S T S' CONCERT 
COLEMAN, GEE 

CHAMBER AWARDS PRESENTED 

COLEMAN, H. G. 

■NEWS OF ORANGE COUNTY- SOLO TO VIRGINIA COMPANY 
COLEMAN, JFROME COUNTY II 

COLEMAN TO ATTEND ROTARY CONFERENCE 

COLEMAN, LAWPfcNCE 1. HEV. 

BAPTIST TRUSTEES FROM N.C. RATED MOST CONSERVATIVE 
COLEMAN, MARY ARNOLD 

WOMAN SHOT, EX-MATE ARRESTED 

COLEMAN, MELVIN (RALEIGH! 

RALEIGH MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO "UROFR IN DEATHS OF DAUGHTER 
RALEIGH MAN RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCES FOR KILLING DAUGHTER? 

COLEMAN, MICHAEL 

WOMAN SHOT, EX-MATE ARRESTED 

COLEMAN, MIMI (RALEIGH) (DECEASED) 

RALEIGH MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO "URDFR IN DEATHS OF DAUGHTER 

RALEIGH MAN RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCES FBR KILLING DAUGHTER? 
COLEMAN, NANCY 

STUFFED RABBIT HIGH DRAMA FOR YOUNG ACTORS 
CULEMAN, NORRIS 

76ERS MAY PLAN A PHILLY SUB—TRADE PICK AWAY 

COLEMAN, TOM I I SO TECHNOLOG I E5 I 
TOWN TO GET 2 INDUSTRIES 

COLEMAN, VAN 

A SONG OF THEIR OWN 

COLEMAN, VIVIAN ETHEL WATKINS (DECEASED) 
Ubl 1 UA RY 

COL6M ob!tKary UM b ' own IHILLSBaROUr.HI (OECEASEDI 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD (DAVINCI ST.! 
If- CHARGED WITH GAMBLING 

COLEMAN, ZACHARY D. 



DATE 



S T T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 6YL 



H 1 2/04/86 C 3 N OtS 

H 2 5/04/66 D 7 N 046 

H 1 5/39/86 9 1 H 0*,* 

H 2 11/02/86 12 N 



H 2 5/08/86 B 1 



H 2 8/31/86 C 2 
H 2 9/U1/86 C 4 



H 2 11/23/86 C 2 

H ? 7/29/86 B 1 P P R76 

H 1 1/30/86 B 1 N 

H 1 3/12/86 C 3 N 



H 2 6/29/86 E ITT C50 
H ? 7/06/86 D 10 P F C 19 



S 2 3/05/86 C 1 N 

H 2 3/27/86 B 2 

H 2 10/27/66 A A L 

S 2 10/07/86 A 1 N 



S 2 6/24/86 A 1 P N 

H 2 6/25/86 B 14 N 

H 2 12/12/86 B 1 P N A54 

S 2 12/12/86 A I P N S92 

S 2 12/13/66 A A E 

H 2 12/16/86 A A E 



H 2 8/01/66 C 



S 2 2/03/86 A 1 
H 2 12/13/86 C 1 



H 2 3/16/86 C 4 

H 2 8/07/86 B 3 

H 2 6/17/86 C A 

H 2 7/29/86 A 7 



N 

N H81 



H 2 6/22/86 A 1A P "97 

H 2 6/30/86 A A L 

H 2 8/13/86 A A L 

S 2 9/19/66 A 1 N H70 

H 2 10/25/86 A 1 N MID 

H 2 12/24/86 A 4 L 



H 2 12/12/86 D 3 R DID 

H 3 12/12/86 B 1 P P F70 

H 3 9/25/86 B 1 N 

S 2 1/17/86 A 5 N 

H 2 6/03/86 A 12 N 

H 2 6/23/86 All N 



STEPOAUGHTFR H 2 3/15/86 C 16 
STEPDAUGHTER H 2 4/05/86 A 6 



H 2 6/23/86 A 11 



STEPDAUGHTER H 2 3/15/86 C 16 
STEPDAUGHTER H 2 4/35/66 A 6 



N 



H 1 7/23/86 B 1 P N S80 

H 2 6/36/86 C I U 071 

H 3 2/26/86 B 1 N Mio 

H 2 1/21/86 A 6 " II H45 

H 2 5/23/86 C 6 

H 2 3/26/86 C 2 

H 2 2/0O/86 B 1 N 



O1.0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX Y NAMES PACE ''0 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 • 1/09/87 

S I T 

N F ELY 

P D DATE C PS L P BYL 

J N.C. STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS H 2 5/16/86 A 14 'I 

COLENOA. ANNE 

DURHAM JOBS HARD TO F t NO FOR SOME S 2 3/08/86 A 1 N R46 

PULITZER WINNFR ASKS DOCTORS TO RECOGNIZE INDIVIDUALITY H 2 1/21/86 3 7 N R 30 

6 3 ACCUSED OF FRAUD OVER DAVIS CONCERT H 2 3/13/86 C 2? N 881 

TICKET CASE BOND CUT IS DENIED S 2 3/13/86 A 1 N o 9 l 

BONO TERMS CHANGED IN CONCERT CASE H 2 3/14/86 A I ft N 181 

CHARGE DROPPED IN CONCERT CASE H 2 6/25/86 B 14 N 

COLEYt KERVIEW WAYNE 

OIX HOSPITAL STAFF DEVOTED, SCARED ABOUT SAFETY H 2 9/08/86 B 3 N 

COLEY, LUCY UMSTEAO IDECEASEOI , .„,,_.-. , „ - 

OBITUARY H 2 10/20/86 A 8 u 

COLEY, MARY IMATTIEI H. _ _ ,,,,„ . ,, „ r ,,, 

HATT1E COLEY KEEPS FARM IN FAMILY S 2 4/12/86 A 13 P r S27 

COL I » PAM 

3 CHARGED WITH ASSAULTS ON CHILDREN H 2 6/09/86 A 13 *l 

NEW CHAPTER OF BANKRUPTCY CODE MAY GIVE FARMERS MORE LEEWAY... H 2 11/29/66 A 10 N 

FARMEP BANKRUPTCY CODE READY S 2 11/29/86 C 1 N 

BIKE'SHOPS SHIFT GEARS IN OURHam S 2 4/16/36 A 1 P N W82 

r " 0LL, FBESHSTART HELPS SMOKERS OUIT S 2 9/30/86 A 6 P N S27 

COLLIE. FLORENCE GENTRY (DECEASED! ,,/„,/.* , , „ n 

OBITUARY H 2 12/03/86 A 18 

SEMICONDUCTOR PLANT'S BOSS IS RIGHT AT HOME H 2 2/06/e6 4 P y L41 

DOSSIER: JOSEPH H. COLLIE H 2 8/20/86 A 9 p g 

600 FLEE EAST DURHAM CHEMICAL FIRE S 2 ''04/86 A J N IB 

SOUTHCHEM FIRE INJURES 18. POUTS 1,000 IN EAST DURHAM H 2 9/05/66 A 1 ° N *51 

COLLIER. ALBERT M. DR. (IINC-CH SCHOOL OF MEOICINEI .,,.,„. , 

OOCTOP SAYS DAY-CARE KIDS GET SICK MORE H 2 2/24/86 C 1 N 

COLLIER. ROBERT (JUDGE! „ , ,,,.,„ , , 

PANEL WANTS PAROLE RE1NSTITUTE0 H 2 -./28/P6 C I N 

COLLIER. ROBFRT SR. I ST AT E S VI L L E I IDECEASEOI ,,,.,-, r •> 

ROBERT COLLIER. 84, ATTORNEY, TWO-TERM STAIESVILLF MAYOR H 2 7/26/96 C 2 

COLLIER, SANDRA CAOBONE „ , ,.„„.-. , , u 

N.C. WOMAN, 31, HAS 2N0 HEART TRANSPLANT H 2 J 'J3KI5 } \ S 

N.C. WOMAN GETS 2 HEARTS IN 24 HOURS S 2 l/OS/66 A 2 N 

HEART OONORS FOR TWO TRANSPLANTS WERE AT CLEVELAND COUNTY HOSPITAL H 2 1/09/86 B 6 P N 

HUSBAND OF HEART TRANSPLANT RECIPIENT HOPEFUL S 2 I'?'''* <- ,J ?, 

0OUPl c TRANSPLANT PATIE'IT HAS LONG FIGHT H 2 ['[VvSi' . l 2 « 

WOMAN MAY HAVE RECEIVED INSULIN INJECTIONS H | 1/11/86 A 6 N 

SPOUSE'S WAIT TOUGH DURING HEART TRANSPLANTS H 2 1/13/86 3 14 N 

HEART PATIENT IMPROVING » 2 J'fJ'lf » f| * 

WOMAN GOES HOME AFTER TWO HFA5T TRANSPLANTS H 2 2/13/36 A « N 

HEART RECIPIENT IS BACK IN HOSPITAL H 2 2/26/86 All N 

D0UBLE-TRAI4SPLANT HEART PATIEM BARELY GOT TO HOSPITAL ON TIME H 2 2/28/36 3 7 N 

HEART RECIPIENT GOES HOME TO 'OREST CITY H 2 3/21/86 b 5 N 

TWO HEARTS LATEP, SHE'S A CELEBRITY HZ 5/25/86 C 7 p f 

CHRISTMAS IS TIME FOR THANKSGIVING FOR HEART RECIPIENT H 2 12/20/86 C ? N 

COLLINS, BESSIE I HILLSBOROUGH I IDECEASEOI . ,„•./<>.. ■ a n 

OBITUARY H J 6/03/86 A 6 

TOBACCO FARMERS OFFERED TIPS ON 1986 CROP H 1 1/04/86 8 1 N 

COLLINS, BOB (WATAUGA COUNTYI „,,..,. . ,. „ 

TWO OFFICERS SHOT; MAN APPREHENDED H 2 12/19/86 A 14 N 

COLU, N!c. C GROUP i PL»NS TRIBUTE FOR CONGRESS- LONE BLACK WOMAN H 2 ^2f>/«b B 7 p N 

DURHAM TRIBUTE TO HONOR DEMOCRAT FROM ILLINOIS S 2 f'26/86 C 6 P N 

TRIBUTE PAID CONGRESSWO"AN H ? 3/03/86 B I P N 583 

COLL, CliY C CoCNCIL 3 "E-BERS CLASH ON COHKISSION " \ 2/°|'SJ f ' Jj J 5 ' 

BIAS CITED AS COUNCIL PICKS HISTORIC PANEL S 2 2/05/86 C 1 N tf 

HISTUPIC CuMMISSION SHOULDN'T BE ENLARGED H 2 2/28/66 A 4 E 

COLLINS, JEFFREY J. (CHAPEL HILLI , ./.,/,„. . t , 

HAZAROOUS WASTE 3ILL NEEDED H 2 5/U/ot * S , 

LET PEOCUCEPS STJRE RADIOACTIVE WASTE H 2 *<':/S5 , t T 

AN AMUSING ATTACK H , 2 J'23/86 A 4 L 

OON'T KILL THE MESSENGER H ? 8/06/86 A 4 L 

CHURCH OPPOSE' PUBLIC LIBRARY OISPLAY BY LESBIANS AND GAYS S 2 6/26/86 A 4 L 



IHE COMMON GOOD 



6/27/e6 A S L 



"" JUDY COLLINS TO PERFORM WITH DURHAM SYMPHONY H 2 7/1S/86 C S P N W66 

JUDY COLLINS TO APP C AR S 2 8/14/66 D 4 N 

JUDY COLLINS: UL U HITS, 'SUPP'IScS' ON TAP F0° SHOW WITH SYMPHONY H 2 10/31/86 D 1 P F W66 

JUDY COLLINS EARNS T^O STANDING OVATIONS S 2 } } < } ? ^ 5 ? i .! ' ! "I 

SYMPHONY HAS A HIT WITH JUDY COLLINS H ! 11/11/86 A 13 R J64 

COLLINS, KENNETH IHENOERSO*') „ , ..„-,„. r 1 <., 

WOMAN, BROTHER ARE CHARGED IN STABBING OF WARREN DEPUTY H ? 6/08/86 C 4 N 



COLLINS. LEO (PITTSBCROI 
HISTQPY BOWLED OVER 



2 1/27/86 A 4 L 



,,-d'S A FLUNKY?" H 2 1|'15/B6 A 4 L 

A COMBAT-TESTED EXPERT M 2 12/30/86 A 4 L 

COLLINS. LEON (PITTSBGROI „ , t/ , c/ .. , . , 

NF«T TIME, SERVE HE» AN UNSPOILED POTAIT H 2 4/18/86 A 4 L 

COLL, KENtEcky H GOVERNOR: SOUTH MUST OVERCOME REACTIONARY AT'ITUOE H 2 11/19/86 All N 

COLLINS. MARVIN (ORANGE CO.! _ , ,,.,,.. ,, , ^ Hln 

20-YEAR LAND-USE PLAN LUELY =Y JUNE H 3 2/14/86 3 I N MID 

LANDOWNERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST ^-ACPE LOT SIZE » \ }J'f5/S£ r ° N ll'n 

CONFUSION CLOMOS RURAL BUFFER M 3 12/17/86 C 1 » N UP 

COLLINS. RUTH MILES (DECEASED! 



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COLLINS* TONY (FOOTBALL) 

COLL INS LEADS PATRIOTS 



COLLINS, WILLI= 
OBI TUARY 



VICTOR Y 
(DECEASED I 



COLLIS. WILLIAM 

HOSPITAL PERSONNEL THANKED 
HOW MUCH TAX MONEY? 

COLSON. CHARLES 

ANGEL TREE PROJECT FINOS SANTA FOR CHILDREN OF PRISON INMATES 
COL TON. JCEL 

3,gyi<i PXOFS CITED FOR STELLAS TEACHING 

OUKE FACULTY MEMBERS GET TEACHING AWARDS 

COLTON, Li; (REPORTERI 

TAR HEEL REPORTERS IN MIDDLE OF LIBYA CONFLICT 
BROYHILL FUND-RAISING LETTER ^RRS Ut 

COLTON, MARIE REP. (D-BUNCOMPEI 

TAR HEEL REPORTERS IN MIDDLE OF LIBYA CONFLICT 

COLTRANE, JOHN (DECEASEOI 

ARTICLES BNTHUSI4STS T0 PL4N CELEBRATION 

COL T TRA A NE E 'JD',ai.'EO S *" '" C »<'™™- ""»"«« 
TAKE THF •COLTRANE- 

J S^f1pH8NlsrlLOWS C FR^SH A,R A KTO S CrA^^ 60 MU^C H,SNAr,VF "^ 
COLUCCI. JOE 

CAR PINGS NOT RFLATED TO GAS-LEAD CUTS 

COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER 

COLUMBUS CONTROVERSY IS TEMPEST IN TEAPOT 

COLVARD, DAVID FRED 

SUIT OISMISSED IN IBM SHOOTING CASE 

COLVIN, ALMA MAY KELLY (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

COLVIN, DAVID P. 

??Ef-c«VH G 5J,:i! D for DE4F spring from their basement 

GAPS SAID KEEPING N.C. FROM COMPETING WITH SILICON VALLEY 

COLVIN, GLORIA (OJRHAM HERALD-SUNI 
SEPTEM8FK INSIGHT 

COLVIN, JESSE 

OFFICFRS SELECTED FOR SCIENCE MUSUEM 

COLVIN, LUCY MCCANN (OECFASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COLVIN, VIRGINIA 

rJp| L ^iVn G ^ c a |Sr F S'', DEAF „ SPRING FH0H IH EI f< BASEMENT 
GAPS SAID KEEPING N.C. FROM COMPETING WITH SILICON VALLEY 

4N GlSuP^R^E?VE? U AR H E 4 »".i H ^V ^"'^ INTEREST IN DUKE FAMILY 
WORK RECOMMENDED FOR BENNETT PLACE SITE 

COMAN, PFARLE CHRISTIAN (UECFASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

COMAR, NED 

USSR SATELLITF HEARS MISTAKEN SOS FROM PLANE IN CHAPEL HILL 
COMBS, FRANCES 

J. P. STEVENS TO CLOSE DURHAM PLANT 

COMER, CHARLES DALE IGREFNSBOROI (3ECEASFOI 
TAXI SERVICF OWNER FOUND SHOT TO DEAIH 

COMER, MARTY 

SHE CAN'T RESIST A BARGAIN WHEN SHE FINOS ONE 
COMMANDER, R. T. REV. 

COMMANDER APPOINTED DUKE MEMORIAL PASTOR 
COMMINS, DOROTHY 

BOOK REVEALS INTIMATE SIDE OF O'NEILL 

'liT^R E CLASSIC E WEEK^.g SS,C: " E '" ,V CUMa C ""*" """NT ^L F t 
OUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC 
■IT'S JUST LIKE A BIG PARTY' 
CHILDREN'S CLASSIC READY TO TF E OFF 
C ? ^"f^ CLASSIC WELCOMES CELEBRITIES 

TIME FOR CHILDRFN 

HAPPY BIRTHOAY, MR. COMO 

COMO, RICH 

COMO LEJVFS SLOAN'S STAFF 

COMPTON, BURCH C. 

5, E JJ REMFNT CENTER FUNDS SOUGHT BY 21 rHIIKCHFS 
BURCH CHANOLER COMPTON, oraW COUNTY DEPUTY, 57 

COMPTON, CRAWFORD (DFCEASEDI 
CLEARING THE PECOPD 

COf,PT ? N .V5. IH r C - 'HILLSBOROUGH I 

STUDENTS HELPED ON THEIR OWN 

CONOIE. GAIL 

DURHAM PEOPLE AT WORK: WIFE IS BOSS AT WORK 
CONDI E, JIM 

DURHAM PEOPLE AT WORK: WIFE IS BUSS AT WORK 
CONE. CEASAR II (DFCEASEDI 

LAST SURVIVING SON OF CONE MRLS FOUNDER DIES 
CONE, CECIL (BURLINGTONI (DECEASED! 



Ill 
P DATE C PG L P 3YL 

H 7 1/21/R6 B 6 

H 2 9/12/86 C 2 N 

H 2 12/02/86 C 6 



H 2 6/13/36 A 
H 2 7/07/86 A 



H 2 12/15/86 A 11 



S 2 3/01/86 A 5 P N 

H 2 3/02/86 A 1 3 P N neo 



H 2 4/16/86 A 1 
S 2 4/25/36 B 13 



H 2 4/16/86 A 1 



S 2 7/15/86 A 9 N 

S 2 8/07/86 D 3 N F.50 

H 2 9/05/86 8 N 

S 2 9/11/86 D 2 P F 

S 2 9/13/86 D 5 N 

H 2 9/19/86 D 1 P F M66 

S 2 9/24/86 A 19 N 



S 2 2/15/86 ASH 

S 2 10/11/86 A A E 

H ? 10/05/86 C A P N 

H 2 7/24/86 3 2 



H2 8/17/86 10 NM9? 

H 2 8/17/86 D 10 N 



H 2 9/07/86 D 5 T J G33 
S 2 U/10/86 A 9 N 

H 2 7/02/86 C 6 



H 2 8/17/86 D 10 
H 2 8/17/86 D 10 



N M97 

N 



H 2 1/12/86 H I U H49 
S ? 10/13/»6 8 1 P N S27 
H 2 10/20/86 B 5 P N A75 



H 2 6/10/36 C A O 

H 2 6/26/86 B 1 N =>10 

S 2 4/04/86 A 1 P N X17 

H 2 3/11/86 C 12 N 

H 2 2/02/86 E 3 P r reo 

H 2 6/06/36 A 8 N 

S 2 7/25/86 C 2 R 



TENNIS H 2 5/13/86 D 1 P P 

H 2 5/1 3/86 2 P F C 10 

H 2 5/13/86 D 5 P P 

H 2 5/13/86 D 7 P F N50 

H 2 5/16/86 A 1 P N C 19 

H 2 5/16/86 A 4 E 

H 2 5/1 7/R6 A 1 P N C 19 

H 2 5/13/86 A 1 P N C 19 

H 2 5/19/86 A 1 p N S80 

S 2 5/19/86 A 2 P P R76 

H 2 5/20/86 C 1 N 



S 2 5/27/86 B 



H 2 11/28/86 B 
H 2 12/23/86 C 



N U' 




H 2 12/29/86 C 2 N 

H 2 5/22/86 A 4 l 

S 2 2/11/86 B 1 P F S27 

S 2 2/10/86 B 1 " F S2? 

H 2 11/16/36 C 7 



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TRACKlr.G RICH IS TEDIOUS BUSINESS 

TAR HEEL NATIVE SATS FA-ILY TIES HELPED HIM TRACK RICH AMERICANS 



(DECEASED! 



ALCOHOL AGENT SAYS 



CONEYS! JEAN STRAYHCRN ICHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 

CONGER, CLEMENT 

WHITE HGUSE CURATOR TO SPEAK IN NE» 3ERN 

C0NKL1NG. CHUCK 

HIGHER DRINKING AGE MAY POSE PROBLEMS. 

CONLEY. JCHN M. TR. 

CONLEV AWARDED GRANT 
GRANT AWARDEO 

CONN. ELEA-.OR I STATESVILLEI 

STATESVILLE FIRM IS WORLD'S LARGEST HOT-AIR BALLOON MAKER 

CONNAUGHTON, JOHN E. 

N.C. FACTORY JCPS STABILIZE 

N.C. TEXTILES IMPROVE. BUT OFFICIALS STILL FEAR IMPORTS 

CONNELEY. GEORGE M. IOHIOI 
AN ARRAY OF PORCHES 

CONNFLLY, LESLIE ALLFN (MOUNT ULL A! (DECEASE"! 

N.C. MAN DROWNS ON WEST VIRGINIA KAYAKING TRIP 



N ? 
P 



S 1 

H 2 



H 2 
H 2 
H 3 



S 2 

H 2 



CONNER. BRAD 

IF ALL HOTELS PLANNEO FOR DURHAM 



CONNER. RICHARD I GREENSBORO I 

HEARING BEGINS ON VOTE RECOUNT REOuEST IN 6TH DISTRICT 
HEARING CONTINUES CN °ECOUNT 



VA 



ROBERT ELM" JR. I SOUTH BOSTON, 
. HAN DIES IN PERSON WRECK 



VA.I IDECEASED) 



CONNERAT. JEAN H. 

3 FILE FCR ORANGE COUNTY RACES 

MCCULLOCK FILES FOR ORANGE SHERIFF 

LATE FILINGS CO-PLICATE COUNTY BOARD RACE 

CLEPK OF COURT SAYS 'OLTCy STRESSES ACCOUNTABILITY 

0°A'.'G c CLERK CANOIDATES SPORT vak!ED BACKGROUNDS 

3 RUN FOR ORANGE COURT CLERK 

CLERK OF COURT RACE FORCES RUNOFF 

RUNOFF LOOMS FOR ORANGE CLERK JCB 

ASSISTANT UNOFCIDED ON RUNOFF AGAINST BOSS IN OPANGE CLERK 'ACE 

TWO RUNCFFS SET: MRS. JAMES SEEKS 2ND VOTE IN CLERK OF COURT RACE 

CANDIDATES FHDORSED 

RECOGNITION OF NAME KEY IN CLERK °ACE 

RUNCFF TO SETTLE RIVALRY FOR CLERK'S POST 

SHIRLEY JAMES UNSEATS RIVAL IN CLERK'S JO? 

NE«COMEPS WIN IN ORANGE VOTING 

ORANGE COURT CLERK PROUD OF CHANGES 

CUNNOR. CATHY BRADLEY 

CUSTO-ER, CLERK FOUND SHOT AT STORE 

CONNOR. DEB 

GAYS. LESBIANS DESERVE LIBERTY AND JUSTICE LIKE OTHER AME°ICANS 

CONNOR. LAPRY IBMRLINGTONI 

124 PEOPLE, INCLUDING 3 CITY TFFICIALS 



PPLY TO HE BURLINGTON CITY MAN. 
SKILL, N"T HIS IMPACT 

EST POINT CM ENO 



connors. jimmy 

age reduces connors' 

connors. john inaturalisti 

nighisounds: catching the nocturnal serenad= at 

conover. richard h. 

leary's program working 

constantino. paul 

duke's two pauls arf stnading tall offensive line 

comrada. catherine ricci icecease"! 

iwg men sentenced for injection death 

conway, sharon 

syste" alerted her to his presence 

' .' ■■- ■ ■ ----- due j. 

retireo general, 76, gets oeg'ef at dukf graduation 

ccnyers. john 

rep. convers will speak on jail crowding 

justice sy$t£» class-cgnsc idus , michigan congressman charge 1 

congressman cites cri"inal justice wofs 

woman charged with trying to run over officer 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM man WITH BURGLARY, THEFT 

COCK, BARNEY M. 

POSTMASTER APPOINTS" FOR Baha' a 

cook. c. edgar dr. 

marijuana's effects remain mysterious 

cook. Clayton tillman ihillsborouG" i ioeceaseoi 
obituary 

cook. curtis c. 1deceasedi 
obituary 

cock. gail (nurse cliniciani 

duke researchers battle alzheimers 

cook. juanita 

herald ~pf'.s hillsborough purea'j 

sun opens new bureau in historic hillsborough 

cook. ken ijuvfnlle court i 

ne» weapons c"a=j=: sva'e fright 

FOOK. Mlrf 

DURHAM AUTOS SELLING WELL WITHOUT INCENTIVES 

COOK. PHILIP J. 

RESEARCHER: FEWER KILLINGS IN RtMPERIFS 
DUKE PROF SAYS PDBBERY DEATHS DROP 

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JUVENILF CRIMES DOWN AMONG TEENS OF '80S S 2 8/29/86 A 5 N 

COOK, ROSANNAH BISHOP I SPAS T ANBURG. S.C.I lOECEASEni 

OBITUARY H 2 3/2"/B6 B 2 

COOK. RUTH 

DISSENT ON UTILITIES BOARO SE? N AS START OF NEW TREND H 2 11/17/86 A 11 N 

COOK, THOMAS EDWARO (HENOERSONI (OECEASEDI 

RETIRED STATE TROOPER THOMAS COOK H 2 1/13/66 BOO 

COOK. THOMAS R. Ill OR. 

LITTLE DEVIL s ? 1 / 2B /B6 C 1 P P K 30 

COOKE. ALPHONSO III (MALLARD AVE. I 

ROXBORU ST. ARGUMENT LEAVES THREE MEN SHOT H I 12/08/36 B 1 N 

COOKE, AYLENE 

MUSEUM BEGAN IN -LITTLE HOUSE' H 2 9/28/86 D 1 P F C 19 

COOKE, BARBARA L. 

THANKS TO FIREMEN H j 7/08/O6 A t L 

COOKE, LANE G. 

WOMAN RECEIVES FOUR-YEAR TERM FOR 1W0 INCIDENTS H 2 3/06/86 C 11 N 

COOKE, PEARL BRIGGS (DECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 6/13/86 C 10 

COOKE, RUSSE1L Y. JR. (DECEASED! 

SPERRY RAND EXECUTIVE, R.Y. COOKE JR. H 2 6/24/86 A 12 P 

COOLFY, GRETCHEN 

LOW-LEVEL CRITICISM 

MRS. HERON CRITICIZED UNFAIRLY 

CANCER RISKS WOULD RISE 

COOLEY, LUCY HFLON HARRIS (CREEOMODRI IDECFASEDI 
081 TUARY 

COOLEY, OWEN M. (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

COOMPS. JACK 

FIVE SELECTED FOR N.C. HALL OF FAME H 2 12/22/86 B 7 P N 

COOMS, ANNE (OXFOROI 

SOCIAL SECURITY A SCAM H 2 5/29/86 A 4 L 

COON. 20LEE MUREHEAD (DECEASEOI 

OBITUARY H 2 5/22/86 B 2 

COONEY, DAVID M. 

NEED FOR GOOOWILL EXPANSION SEEN S 2 6/18/86 C I P N W82 

COONS, KIP (DURHAM MORNING HERALD! 

PEN IN HAND, THIS RELIEVER SP C LLS WINS FOR 3ULLS H 2 6/29/86 B 2 U C52 

COOPER, AMANDA ( ORE ENSP.ORU I 

SICK CHILD LOOKS FORWARD TO MAIL H 2 5/21/86 A 13 P N 

COOPER, BARBARA (GPEENSBOROI 

SICK CH1L0 LOOKS FORWARD TO MAIL H 2 5/21/86 A 13 P N 

COOPER, CHARLES ( PHOTOGR * PHER I 

•85 PICTURES OF THE YEAR H ? l/ni/B6 M 1 p p 

HOOPE NAMED CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER FOB HERALD-SUN H 2 l/01/»6 C ION 

MOORE NAMED CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER S 2 1/C1/R6 C I P N 

COOPER TO bE HONORED BY UNC PIOTO GROUP S % 3/27/86 C P N 



PHOTOGRAPHER HONOREO 



COPELANO, CLIFTON BRAXTON I HI LL SBOR O'JGH I (DECEASEOI 



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CHRISTMAS IS SPECIAL FOR COOPERS S 2 12/22/86 B 1 P F G59 

COOPER, JIM (TENNESSEE! 

TENNESSFE CONGRESSMAN BACKS PRICE'S IDEA ON 'LITERACY CORPS' S ? 10/22/86 C 1 » M 1 

COOPFR, JOHN ICHATHAM CO.) 

BOARD RACES TO PE LIVELY IN CHATHAM H 3 2/05/86 B I N 

COOPFR, JOHN IU.S. AGRICULTURAL.. .OFFICIAL I 
USDA SPEEDS LFAF LEASE AGREEMENTS 
TASK FCRCE TO VISIT AREAS HIT BY DROUGHT 

COOPFR, I.UVENIA 

CHRISTMAS IS SPECIAL FOR COOPERS 

COOPFR, MATT (W. I/A.I 

FIGHT HURTS 3; MAN IS CHARGED 

THREE MFN STABBFD DURING FIGHT H 2 U/02/66 C 6 N 

COOPER. WILLIAM A. REV. 

HILLS80P0UGH ARTIST REDISCOVERED S ? 3/06/86 D 1 P F G59 

COOPER, WILLIAM HAL (LIBERTYI 

MAN INJURED IN TRUCK-TRAIN COLLISION H 2 5/01/86 A 19 N 

COPELAN, MARCUS GOROON (DECEASED! 
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PROGRAMS TRY TO CURB TEEN-AGE PREGNANCIFS S 2 1/13/86 A I N 113 

HAMMONDS WANTS NEW MQNTFSSJRI VOTE \ \ 7/29/86 A 1 N ill 



MONTESSORI ISSUE MAY 86 REVIEWED | 2 7/30/86 C I 



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COPELANO, FRANK FLDRIDGE JR. (LEXINGTON, DECEASEOI 

WILDLIFE GROUP TO HONOR COPELANO, HOYLE S 7 1/30/86 C 1 N 

COPELAND, WAYNE 

CANNOT BACK YWCA H ? 1/02/ „ b 4 ,. L 

COPELANO, WILL 

COPELAND, KNIGHTS SLIP n Y ATHENS H 2 5/22/86 D 3 P N 

COPLAND, AARON 

COPLAND RARITY TOPS CIOMPI AMERICANA H ? 5/20/86 C 5 R S66 

COPLAND, JAMFS R. JR. (DFCFASEOI 

JAMES COPLANO, 'Y' FOUNDER H 2 10/28/86 C 2 

COPLFY, DELIA 

DURHAM WOMAN AT EASE IN PEST-:ON!ROL CAREER S 2 1/30/86 C 1 P N W82 

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COPSEYt RON (J. P. STFVFNSI 

J. P. SfEVENS TO CLOSE DURHAM °LANT 


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COPBFTTi LUIHER WAODELL (GRAHAMI (DECE»SFD1 

GRAHAM MINISTER, ANOTHER MAN KILLED IN 2 WRECKS 


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POLICE CHARGE 8 WITH SOLICITING 


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TEACHER CAME TO HH S AS 9TH GRADER 


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ENGINEEP SAYS PUMPING WATER F° OM BURLINGTON WOULO SHUT PLANT 


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CURDLE. ETHEL BLAWENSHIP IDECEASEDI 
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MONTESSDRI SCHOOL MOVES INTO CHURCH; WHITTEO OFFER NIXED 
•DOUBTS" SPUR MUNTESSORI ENROLLMENT DIP 


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CORNATZEP. APRIL M. 

COURT RULING BREAKS NFW LEGAL GROUND 

COUNTRY CLUB ORDERED TO PAY 1900,000 C 0R SEXUAL HARASSMENT 


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12/07/86 


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COPNELIOUS. FVE 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

NEW PPOCRSM EXTENDS CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 

MIXEO STOCKING GIG CLOSES SUNDAY JAZZ CARR MILL MALL STAND 


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COPNSWFET, PAUL 

CITY HALL APPRECIATED 


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7/17/86 


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COPONADOl JOSE ENOE PALOMQ 

ASSAULT CHARGES FILED IN SHOOTINGS 


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CURPENING, WILBERT (MQPGANTONI (CECEA3E0I 
MORGANION MAN KILLED BY OFFICER 
MORGANTON POLICE OFFICER CLEANED IN SHOOTING DEATH 


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2/25/86 
2/26/86 


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COPREA, E. JAVIER IV IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 


H 


2 


6/14/86 


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COPROWAY. OERRICK ANDRE "WHITE FOLK" 

DURHAM PULICE-SPI DRUG STING NETS 35 


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7/09/86 


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CUPRY, CHARLES YOUNG IDECEASEOI 

RELATIVES SAY TEEN-AGER DION'T MEAN TO KILL FATHER 


H 


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5 


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CORY, SHEILA 

CITY STUDENTS SCORE WELL ON NEW ACHIEVEMENT TEST 


H 


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7/25/86 


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COSBY, BILL ICOMEOIANI 

UNC POLL FINDS COSBY SHOW POPULAR 
HUTTON P.R. GAMBIT WILL PROBABLY WORK 
SUMMEP SINGERS SOUGHT FOR DUKE CHAPEL CHOIR 


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4/24/86 
4/29/86 


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COSELL, PHELPS IN SPORTS F OR U'' AT DUKE MONDAY 

CHEATERS 'RIP OFF' COLLEGE SPORTS 

DIGGER PHFLPS KEEPS HIS PRIORITIES IN FOCUS 

COLLEGE SPOPTS EXPERTS AOVISE COACH, DISCUSS SHORTCOMINGS AT DUKE FORUM 


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COSS'J, SCOTT 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 


H 


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6/20/86 


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6 


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COST, NOEL 

RESEARCHERS TRACK PINE OECLINE 


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2 


10/01/86 


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COSTINESCU. GHEOPGHE 

MUSIC PROGRAM SFT 


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1 


4/04/86 


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COSTLOW, JOHN D. DR. 1 DUK E UNIV.) 

OUKE STUDYING CORAL EXTRACTS Tu BAR BARNACLFS 
PROJECT TO STUDY PESTICIDES. "APINE LIFE 


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2 
2 


5/18/86 
10/1 3/86 


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A 


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16 


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COSTON, CHARISSE 

COCAINE CHARGE MADE AGAINST NCCU WORKER 
NCCU EMPLOYEE FACES COCAINE COUNT 


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2 
2 


1/14/86 
1/14/86 


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A 


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5 


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N 








COSTON, HAROLO 

FORMER HOSPITAL DIRECTOR SAYS FIRING WAS POLITICAL 
SUIT CHARGES DEMOCRATS ORDERED FIRED 


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2 


5/H/86 
11/12/86 


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14 

4 


N 
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COTANCH, PAT H. OR. 

SFLF-HYPNOSI S SOOTHES YOUNG CANCER PATIENTS 
SELF-HYPNOSIS MAY HELP DULL C-* EMQTHER AP Y SIDE EFFECTS 


s 

H 


2 
1 


10/03/86 
10/24/86 


c 

B 


1 

4 


N 
N 


080 






COTRFLL, ALLIN F. IELON COLLEGE) 

USING HARRIS PLANT JILL COST m or e THAN SCRAPPING IT, PRHFESSORS FIND 
ECONOMISTS: CPT.L CUULD SAVE MTNEY BY JUNKING PLANT 


s 

H 


1 


11/21/86 
11/2 VR6 


c 

c 


9 
3 


N 
N 








COTRIIVO, JOSEPH A. 

WATFR-SAFFTY LAWS TO SPUR GOVERNMENT GROWTH 


H 


2 


5/10/86 


c 


1 


N 


M97 






COTTEN, LYMAN 

WOMAN ROBS RETIRED PROF 


H 


2 


10/24/86 


B 


4 


N 








COTTFN, PATSY WHITE 

MAKE'S INJURY BASIS OF LAWSUIT 


H 


3 


10/10/86 


B 


1 


N 








COTTINGHAM, "JKIHA WALLACE ICHAPEL HILLI IDECEASEDI 
OB I TUARY 


H 


2 


5/27/86 


B 


6 


n 








COTTLE. SAPA IRALEIGHI 

BURGLARS IGNORED NOTE TO GO AWAY 


H 


2 


12/04/86 


A 


24 


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CuTTON. BRUCE WINF^ED 

POLICE ARREST MAN FOR ASSAULT WITH CAR 

NINE FACING CHARGES AFTER DRUG INVESTIGATION 

GPANO JURY INDICTS 9 FOR DRUGS 


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3/02/96 
4/22/86 


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COTTON. WILLIAM ANTHONY ICHAPEL HILLI 
DPUG PROBE NETS 1=> 


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crimestpppers starts Thursday in Granville 

couch, aplena nunn (oeceasedi 
obi tuary 

couch, beatrice carpenter i hokr i s vi lle i ideceasep) 

OBI TUARY 

COUCH, JOHN E0WA3D 

FAMILY AT CHURCH AS THIEF BREAKS IN 

COUCH, JOHN NATHANIEL OR. (DEC C ASEDI 

JOHN COULH, BOTANIST, DIES A T 90 <: 7 17/17/86 r I n 

DR. JOHN NATHANIEL COUCH, BOTANIST H | l|/l 3/fl6 6 2 P P 

COUCH, LEA 

My^}^NS^5.C E K*IES T ?UT E FlfLrtrJ S E^H T T lNUE THE ' R »NNUAL CHAMP IONSHIP .. . HP 6/29/6|8 1 M «- 

COUCH, WILLIAM T. (CHAPEL HILL) 

MORAL QUESTION RAISED H ? 6/l7 /R 6 4 , L 

COULTER, KFNNETH 

FIRST 'GREENWAY' A SCENIC PATH TO CITY MUSEUM H 7 7/11/86 a boh 

AWARDS GIVEN IN DOWNTOWN CONTEST " J 5 | li/ii/a? f ? p m 1 H7n 

PARK, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ID^AS AMONG WINNERS H 7 12/17/86 D 6 P N 

COULTER, N. ARTHUR JO. OR. (CHAPEL HILL) 

NUCLEAR ARMS RACE THREATENS H 7 ,/,,/jn . - , 

•BLACK FRIDAY:- THREE MIL'S ISLAND UEBATF IS UNSETTLED 7 YFARS AFTER H 2 6/ZVP6 A 3 P O Xll 

COUNCIL, ALICIA LYNN I F A YE T TE V I LL E I (O^CFASEDI 

13-YEAR-OLO GIRL STABBED TO DEATH IN FAYETTEVILLE H 2 1/03/86 A 12 N 

COUNCIL, A»Y 

VALENTINt DAY: DAY FOR ROMANCE IS ALSO FOP WEDDINGS H 2 l/t2/36 E 8 » F r 80 

COUNCIL, B. J. 

FIVF PEOPLE HPNOREO BY DURHAM JAYCEFS H ? l/)o/. t n 8 M 

AWARn UlNMFRS ^ >- - j „ £ l/d^/ M b B ^ N 

POLICE 'STING' NETS 78 ARPFST' S ? l/M/84 A 2 p p K30 

Lllf »ll»l« NtlS 28 ARPESTj h ? 12/07/86 C 1 N M51 

COUNCIL, KAREN POOLE 

MAN HFLO IN FRYING PAN ASSAULT ; 2 i/17/R( , c , „ 

COUNCIL, LENNIS EARL 

SiP 1 ;!^ CAR STRIKES BOY ON BICYCLE, DRIVER APRESTED H 3 U/0'/»h r 6 N 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH SHOOTING INTO CAR " 2 11/03/86 A 6 N 

COUNCIL, RICKY NICKAROO 

MAN HFLO IN FRYING PAN ASSAULT 5 2 7V17/R6 C 1 -0 

COUNCIL, ROSALIND PENDFRGRAFT 

TWO WOMEN TOP TRIPLE JUMP REC3R0 h 7 .,.,,,, , , „ 

EX-HILLSIDE STAR COUNCIL WINS NCAA HURDLES TITLE H 7 6/08/^6 B I N 

COUPLAND, JOHN B. 

THANKS TO OFFICERS H ? _ j /20/n(j a , L 

COUPLAND, EANDY 

LEAPING TPBACCOLAND u , , n /.7/8.. r l d o „ tt 

KIWANIANS APPRECIATE SUPPORT 2 I JS/II/S? « i 1 " 

SUCCESSFUL PANCAKE SALE g | J^,^* J J [ 

COUPLAMO, SUSAN 

DURHAM BUS LIMES TO LEAVE OLD FACILITY c 7 l/15/n,. « 1 p M uai 

GREYHPUNO GON', TRAILWAYS TO LEAVE PUS TERMINAL SOON H 2 \AVAt B In 

COURIER, JIM 

INTFRSCHOLASTIC CROWN CLAIMED BY COURIER H J 6 /l<./86 1 P N 

COIIRSON, SHERRI LYNN (POU&EMPNTI (PECEASEDI 

ROXROPO TEEN PIES FROM WRECK INJURIES H 2 6/17/86 C 5 

COURTNEY, MICHAEL 

STUDENT SALES TO GET M0° E SCRUTINY s ? im/86 c , „ J8? 

COUSIN, BESSIE MCLAURIN (DECEASE01 
OBITUARY 



COUSIN, LOUVENIA BURTON 

CENTENARIAN REMEMBERS OLD TIMES 



H 2 11/15/86 C ? 

S 2 6/21/36 A 7 P F H30 



COUSINS. NORMAN 

LAUGHING YOURSELF TO HEALTH H 2 12/16/86 B I P M C 60 

COUSTEAU, JACQUES 

JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU LIVES UP TO FAMILY NAME S 2 3/13/86 D 1 ' F 871 

COUSTEAU, JEAN-MICHEL 

COUSTFAU'S SON TO SPEAK IN RALEIGH „ , ,/,-,,, =,. r >n M 

CPUSIFAU'S SUN TO SPEAK SATURDAY ? 1 I'lW/H n 3 

JEAN-MICHEL COUSTEAU LIVES UP To FAMILY NAME 1 2 3/13/86 n I 

CUVINGTON, GERALDINE ROSA BOOTH (OECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

COVINGTON. HARRIETT 

HAWFlELDS CIVITAN CLUB IS HON3RE0 

COVINGTON, HELEN HAYES (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



S 2 3/13/86 I " F 371 

H 2 6/26/86 E 2 

H I 7/17/86 5 1 N 

H ? 2/20/86 B 2 P 

COVINGTON, JIMMY OFXTER 

COVINGTON'S MURDER CUNVICTION UPHELD H 2 6/0A/P6 C 5 N U0 

COVINGTON, KEETA 

AFIFR ALL IS SAID, MARYLAND IS THE ONLY ONE TO PICK IN THF ACC S ? 8/22/86 12 P F P18 

CUVINGTON, LPRETTA 

HOME HEALTH AIDE PROGRAM PROVIUES CARE FOP ELDERLY H 7 7/17/86 C 13 P N H95 

COVINGTON, TOM 

GRAMM-RUDMAN CUTS ARRIVE; TAR HEELS FEEL EFFECTS s 7 12/30/86 B <, J 

COVINGTON, WILLIAM F. "BILL" IMERANEI 

MEBANE MAN NAMED DAIRYMAN UF YEAR 

DAIRYMAN JOINS COOPERATIVE'S 80AR0 

COWAN, REBFCCA HEDGEPATH (DECEASED! 

COWARD, WILLA 

WILLA COWARD CELEBRATES 100TH BIRTHDAY 
CUWAPT, FMFRSON JR. 



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NAMES 



PITTSPQRO HAN HURT AS CAR HITS BRIDGE 

IT TER 



COWLEY, JOE 

EX-BULL COPLEY UNLIKELY NO 



COWLING, ELLIS 

HIGH CLAY CONTENT IN SOUTHEASTERN SOILS MAY SOF'EN EFFECTS OF ACID RAIN 

COWPER, STEVEN C. (ALASKA) 

TAR HEEL natives SEEK GOVERNORSHIPS IN 2 STATES 

N.C. NATIVE AOOS GOVERNOR TO -IIS LIST OF OCCUPATIONS 

TAR HFEL ELECTEO GOVERNOR OF ALASKA 

COUSFRT, JA.MFS II. 

DUKE'S FIRST "AMNER SCHOLARSHIP GOES TO GEORGIAN 
COwSERT WINS SCHOLARSHIP 



ALBERT G. SR. 

OBITUARY 
0°I T UARY 



(DECEASED) 





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TENNIS: A LIFETIME SPORT 

BIG TURNOUT SOUGHT FOR U.S. MARINE BAND 

SANFORO WOULO INCREASE TAXES 

COX. BRUCE P. "PAT" REV. 

NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GRANVILLE RACES 

CURRIN HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE RACE 

3 RUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

COX, CECIL (ONSLOw CO. I 

GOP VOTERS WAR.NEQ OF EXTREMISTS 

WHITE PATRIOT LEADER SAYS PARTY TO OISBANO 

TWO MEN ESTABLISH NEW WHITE 'ERONT' 

COX, DANNY RAY ICHARLOTTEI 

WPONG MAN IS RELEASED FRO" JAIL 

COX, D"NALO IENO RIVER ASSOC. I 

COOPERATION CITEO IN Eno RIVER'S future 
MORE NEEDE0 TO ENHANCE STATE PARKS 
COUNTY SEEKS STATE WATER S TUOY 

COX, DONNA SUE IPARKTONI 

5 FACE -UROER ChaRGFS IN AUTO SFLLER'S DEATH 

COX, EO (PIEDMONT TECH) 

DRAWINGS APPROVED FOR CAMPUS 

PIECMONT TECH'S COX MUM ON GRIEVANCE, FIRING 

PTC MAY ESTABLISH GRIEVANCE BOARD 

PRESIOENT OF PTC RESIGNS 

OEAOLINE NEAR? ON CAMPUS BIOS 

PTC GETS GRANT FOR CASWELL CAMPUS 

COX, ELIZABETH ""»ETSV" IWRITERI 

ANNUAL WRITER'S CONFERENCE ATTRACTS TOP NAMES IN AREA 

COX, ETH=L WATKINS IHIGH POINT) (DECEASED! 
091 TUARY 

COX, GARY (CHATHAM CO.) 

BOARD RACES TO BE LIVELY IN CHATHAM 
DUNLAP, THOMPSON WIN 



COX. 
COX, 
COX, 
COX, 
COX, 

cox, 

COX, 



COX, 
COX, 



JACK =EV. 

PREACHERS HAVE RIGHTS. TOO 

JAMES HARVEY REV. IOECEASEDI 

JAMES COX, BAPTIST PASTOR, IS OEAO AT 70 



OFCEASEOI 



OBITUARY 

KENNY RAY (CHARLOTTE) 

WRONG MAN IS RELEASED FRO" JAIL 

LARRY (PRATT ST.) 

CAR HITS PEOESTRIAN ON GUESS ROAD 

COX HIT BY CAR, CRITICAL 

MARY WINSTON 

FOR DURHAM HIGH CLASS OF 1919, 



frugality and patriotism mattereo 



coy, 
cox, 

COY, 
COVLF 



REGINALD J. (CHARLOTTE) (0ECEASE0! 

CHARLOTTE HAN SLAIN IN RTP 

MAN S M OT TO DEATH NEAP GOVERNORS INN 

3'JLLET SLUG IS SOUGHT IN SLAYING 

OFFICIALS RULE OUT ORUGS. R06 a ERY IN RTP SLAYING 

RHA.M CRIMEST0PP c RS 
15,000 REWARD SET IN SLAYING 
POLIC c ACTIVELY PURSUE CASES IN 5 VET-UNSOLVEO MJRDERS 



RUOY (FEW GAROENS) 

POLICE INVESTIGATE 2 SEPARATE SHOOTINGS 

SHOnTINC.S INJURE 3 PEOPLE 

WALTER LEE (KENT ST. I 

T"IEF: MEDL'N HtLOEO COMHIT STOPE BREAK-INS 
TESTI-ONY E-.05 IN 6=Eak-INS PUL 
5 T :°E jwnf» CONVICTED FOR SPREE OF BREAK-INS 
COOPERATION he l ps DEFENDANTS IN oRESK-lNS 
2 SENTENCED IN BREAK-INS 



WILLIAM GLEN IWILKES COUNTY) (OECEASEO) 
2 KILLEO IN N.C. PLANE CRASH 
WILKES PLANE CRASH LEAVES TWO DEAP 

DIANE 

TOP NORTHERN Hir.H STUDENTS SAY PE°SISTENCE KEY TJ ACHIEVEMENT 



, BRIAN 

TAX PLAN MAY ALTER BORROWING 
REAGAN JEOPAKOIZING LIVES 
NOT THE SAME PERSON 

COYLE, PETER JOSEPH (TRINITY AVE. I 

PPESERVED CAIOLINA THEATER C A\ SERVE "ANY IN DURHAM 
MCINTYRE LEO HALL ORIVE 

COVLF, VIRGINIA C. 

TREE CLIMBER AMONG WINNERS OF MASSEY A.AROS 

CO!ART. ANNIE WILLIA" (DECEASED) 



2 7/31/B6 
2 3/20/86 
2 10/13/86 



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P D DATE C PG L P 3YL 



COZAPT, JAMES (OXFORD) 

CHARGFS FILED AFTER TWO MEN INJUREO IN OXFORD SHOOTING M 1 12/02/86 c 

COZART, KERRY 

THE PALACF MAY BE THEATER AGAIN 

COZART, LEVIS (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

COZART, L ILL T E PARKER (DFCFASEDI 
OBI TUARY 



2 9/13/86 A 10 
1 N 

1 7/22/86 6 1 P N 

2 11/18/86 C 2 
2 <>/2l/Rb C 4 



COZART, MARIA NICOOEUM (RUTNFRI 

FOUR PEOPLE ARE ARRESTED AFTE5 FIGHT IN CREEDMOOR H 1 7/08/86 C 

COZORT, JACK 

JUSTICES, JUDGES To FACE OPPOSITION u , 

REPUBLICAN. THRFF nFMOCBATC CMnnoecn tm kiuuih rnm.-r.. rn .....~~. _.__ " t 



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2/04/86 4 N 
2 10/31/86 R 5 N 
2 11/05/86 6 2 P N 

HUNT REPORTEDLY BEING PROBED BY FBI 5 ? W. \\'.\ b . » N , 

HUNT SAYS FBI'S PROBE UNNECESSARY M 5 !l/}s/2J £ 2 

HUNT SAYS HE F0LL0WE0 SSI RE OMMENOAT ION ON CASE u 7 WiW'iit 5 i H 

HUNT ASKS FOR MEETING WITH FBI L J t " f ?/£/££ b . ,1 N 

HUNT SAYS FBI PROBE NOT OF HIM: EX-GOVERNOR CALLS RFPORTS -INJUSTICE- H 2 WnV/lt C I? N 

CRABTREE. P. A. 

HAY HAULERS RETURN WITH GOOD FEELING H ? e/28/R 6 C 1 P N 

CRABTREE. RARNETTE 

REALTOR: COUNCIL VUTE -ANT I-GRUWTH- , , ,..,,„ . , 

CRABTREE STEPPING IN AS SOUTHLAND PRESIDENT H I i'AV/H a ,J p N , 

OEMANO FOR HOUSING UNDER 1100,000 GRUWING H .? 10/12/86 FIN 

CRABTREE, RARRY AND MARTI 

COUPLE FERRETS OUT MISCONCEPTIONS, TRIES TO CHANoE OPINION ON ANIMAL S 2 I2/IR/R6 C 9 « F 

CRABTREE, PEULAH WILKE'SON (OECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

CRABTREE, CLARA OLIVER (CHAPFL HILL I (OECEASFDI 
OBITUARY 

CRABTREE, DOROTHY morgan (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CRABTREE, EARSY WELDON "GOAT" (OECFASEDI 
OBITUARY 



CRADLE, HARVEY (DECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 



CRAIG, MAMIE CROSBY (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 



CRAIG, STEPHEN (CARRBOROI (DECEASED! 
CP.AIGE, LAWRENCE (TENNIS! 



2 5/23/86 CRT 

2 4/11/86 C 9 

2 10/22/86 C 6 

? 10/28/86 C 2 



CRABTREE, EDWARD LEWIS (BAHAMA! 

BAHAMA MAN HAS 10TH CONVICTION OF DRUNKEN DRIVING H 7 ln/Pl/Rfc r II 

90-DAY TERM, FINE IMPOSED FOR DW I „ 2 11/22/86 C 1 

CRABTREE, JUL IUS T. 

FIRF DESTROYS MOBILE HOME H , 2/07/B6 „ , 

CRABTREE, W. 0. 

OURHAM DEPUTIES SHUT AT 

CRADDOCK, JOHN DARYL (WINSTON-SALEM! (OECEASFDI 

wrIck'killsT in'chatham L1v " [N °" RH4M 4RFi . : 

CRAOOOCK, RICHARD CLAY (BURLINGTON! 

ALAMANCE YOUTH CRITICAL AFTER ACCIDFMT 



2 8/IR/B6 C 2 



11/03/86 C 1 

1 10/17/86 i) 

2 4/24/86 B 



CRAFT, ROSEMARY OALLIE 

EL TEKOM ARABIANS STUD RANCH WIDELY KNOWN FOR HORSE BREEDING H 2 10/06/86 B 

CRAFT, VINCE 

EL TEKON ARABIANS STUD RANCH WIDELY KNOWN FOR HORSE BREEDING H 2 

CRAIG, BEN T. 

BUSINESS CAN HELP STEM N.C. ILLITERACY PROBLEMS H 2 3/30/86 

CRAIG, BETTY 

MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

CRAIG, BUKLON 

BOOK FOCUSES ON N.C. FOLK POTTERS 



F 040 
!0/0*./86 B 9 P F D40 



D 5 J 
2 5/04/86 E 1 " F H45 
2 12/30/86 'J I P F G59 



CRAIG, CLIFTON MORTON (DECEASED) 

CLIFTON M. CRAIG, FORMER DURHAM CHAMBER OFFICIAL H ? 11/08/86 C 2 

CRAIG, ELLEN 

^™ E := R ' C ^ UUS ESI4TE AUCTIONED FUR 1350.000 „ , ,, M/ ,. r , 

230-YEAR-OLD MANSION SOLO IN ORANGE COUNTY <■ \ \',\^',%% \ ] 

CRAIG, GIL8EP1 

?^ E :5 R4C,OLIS ESTATE AUCTIONED FOR 1350,000 u 7 „„,,. r , 

230-YEAP-OLO M ANSI0N S0LD , N aRAN( -, E COUNTY , \ l/fn/Sfc A 7 

CRAIG, HUBERT WINSTON (N.C. MAGISTRATE! 

COURT REVERSES PERJURY INOICT'ENT DISMISSAL 

CRaIG A„V$ MES MILTON "BOd" (DECEASEDI 

08 I TUA R Y 

CRAIG, LLOYO GENF JR. 

MAN CHAPGED WITH BREAK-INS u •> ■ <> S-w /at r , 

MAN HFLO IN CHAPEL HILL ROBBERIES ? I SImKIJ £ l % S 



3/12/86 C 
3/01/86 C 



2 12/04/86 C 9 "I 
H 2 7/22/86 ABO 



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CRAIG, P. H. JR. 

OOSSIFR: PLFZZY HAR80" "P.H." CRAIG JR. o •, ,/,.,/„ 

CHRISTMAS TREF MAY YET T wi NK LF F3P. THE OOWNTOWN h 3 ll'AVAt 

CRAIG, ROGFR LEE (DETROIT PITCHING COACH! 

CRm2 THROwING^BEsI pIl? A H S I?/hoPES P F3R LF 31 R E » E AT H I i'AVA" C ' 2 " » G5 ' 

$IMM f4 .'I?_ M ^J?„BfviSi:E»5,9F E G,AN°Ts_ 82 ,E ° EaT S I tfg#gg g [;n gfg 

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1/01/U6 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 

S I T 

N F ELY 

P D OATE C PG L P 9YL 

•85 CHAMPS STRUGGLE [N EASTERI CLOSED TENNIS H 2 7/12/86 D 3 N 

CRANFO°0. H. C. 

MAGAZINE HIGHLIGHTS DURHAM CQJNTY LIFE S 2 1/02/96 A I P N W82 

ISLAND OF BEAUTY H 2 7/09/86 A A L 

CRANFQPD. MARIAN 

2 CHAPEL HILL GROUPS POSTPONE AID TRIPS H 2 2/04/86 A 1 M HOI 

CRANNA. THOM 

HOW TO SCRATCH YOUR NAME H 2 8/01/86 A A L 

CRANSTON, ALAN 1SENAT0RI 

GO WEST, SEN. HELMS. 00 WFST H 2 2/27/86 A A E 

VOTES. NOT PAC cuNOS. SHOULD MOVE CONGR c SS S 2 a/lA/86 A A F 

CRAPO, JAMFS 0. DR. 

DUKE GETS HO. 7 MILLION TO STUDY CHEMICALS. LUNGS S 2 9/27/86 A 1 N 185 

CRATE. SUSIE 

ARTS COUNCIL GIVES GRANTS TO 17 ARTISTS H 2 1/24/86 I! 4 P N 

CRAVEN, JA"ES P. Ill 

JAMES B. CRAVEN III: I SUPPORT ANDREWS FOR JUDGE (AOI H 2 A/28/86 A 9 P A 

CHILDREN OF GOD H 2 6/27/86 A 5 L 

CRAVEN, MARY ELIZABETH (DECEASED) 

SILER CITY WOMAN HIT BY CAR, KIILEO H ?. 12/27/86 A 8 

CRAVFN, RICHARD (ARTIST! 

ART EXHIBITS SCHEDULED AT THREE UNC BUILDINGS H 2 8/12/86 C 3 N U30 

SHOWS MOCK 'HIGH-ART" ABSURDITIES H 2 9/05/86 D 1 P U 068 

CRAVENS, RHEA OR. 

2 PSYCHOLOGISTS CAUGHT BETWEEV STATE, U.S. LAWS H ? 12/09/86 C 7 N 

CRAVER. MA3TIN JR. (GREENSBORO) 

2 ESCAPEES FROM OXFORD PRISON STILL AT LARGF H 2 4/14/86 A 18 M 

2 ESCAPEES RECAPTURFO H 2 A/15/86 C i N 

CRAWFORO. CARROLL 

MINISTER SPEAKS OUT AGAINST KLAN H 2 8/29/86 I It N 

KLANSMEN. OPPONENTS TO WATCH SIZE OF RALLY H 2 8/30/86 A N 

CRAWFORD, CHIP (PIANIST) 

NEW PROGRAM EXTFNOS CULTURAL ACTIVITIES S 2 11/27/86 10 P N »71 

CRAWFORD, CLARA M. 

A SONC. "F THEIR OWN H 2 1/21/86 A 6 P II H45 

CRAWFORO, CONNIE LEE 

STORE OWNER, THREE OTHERS CHANGED WITH STOLEN GOODS H 2 2/09/86 B t N 

A HELD FOR STOLEN GOOOS S 2 2/10/86 C 1 N 

CRAWFORD, CRAIG (FOOTBALL PLAY C RI 

CASE REOPFNEU INVOLVING ALL C GF.D ASSAULT AT CLEMSON H 2 7/26/96 D 3 N 

SOLICITOR TO ASK GRAND JURY TO INVESTIGATE CLEMSUN CASE H 2 8/17/86 B 3 N 

CRAWFORD, FRANK (S.C.I 

DURHAM COUNCIL MULLS FIRMS' AI U S 2 10/30/86 C 1 N H7D 

CRAWFORD, GEORGE 

COURT DENIES FOUR APPEALS H 1 12/17/86 C 3 N 

CRAWFORD, JAMES W. JR. ( 0-ORANV IL LC I 

MOST AREA LEGISLATORS PLAN TO SEEK RE-ELECTION H 2 1/04/86 B I N 046 

GRANVILLE. VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE FACING NO OPPOSITION H 1 2/04/86 C 3 N 045 

LEGISLATUR REOUESTING H MILLION FOP IMPROVEMENTS AT KERR LAKE H 1 6/12/86 ? 1 N 04* 

LACK OF MEDICAL CARE FOR N.C. POOR CALLFO TREMENDOUS PROBLEM H 2 9/11/06 A l> N 

SECOND GRANVILLE LEGISLATOR EYES LT. GOVERNOR BID H I 10/2t/B6 B 1 N 046 

CRAWFORO 'ABOUT DECIDED' TO RUN FOR LT. GOVFRNOP H I 12/30/86 B 1 N 

CRAWFOPD, KIM 

INCARCERATION FIGHTS CANCER S 2 3/J5/96 H 1 P N S27 

SMOKEOUT COMES TO DURHAM S 2 11/19/96 B 1 P F S27 

CRAWFORD, LUNA BEATRICE (RALEIGHI IUECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 9/11/86 A 14 

CRAWFORD, MAGGIE (DECEASED) 

OBITUARY H 2 12/32/86 C 6 

CRAWFORD, MARVIN 

STUPE OWNER, THREF OTHERS CHA3GFQ WITH STOLEN GOODS H 2 2/09/96 P 1 N 

4 HFin FOR STOLFN GOODS S 2 2/10/96 C 1 N 

CRAWFORD, ROSA B. (NEW YORK CITYI (DECEASED) 

09ITUARY H 2 12/28/86 C ? 

TRAYTON, MILLIE 

REALIZING KING'S DREAM H 2 3/04/86 A 4 L 

CREAMED, BOYCE H. 

OBITUARY H 2 11/26/86 C 6 

CREECH, P ILLY 

CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT AUDIT CITES WEAKNESSES S 2 3/2?/e6 A 16 N 

SENATOkS HUNT, WALKER PACE 16TH DISTRICT WITH 67« OF VOTES Ir, H 3 5/07/86 C 1 N 045 

CASWELL VOTERS GIVE DANIEL NOMINATION 10 STATE SENATE H 1 5/08/86 B I N 046 

STATE COULD SAVE ON HEALTH C A! E WITHOUT CONSULTANT S 2 11/27/86 B 11 N 

CREECH, BILLY J. (WILSON'S MILLSI 

GRANVILLE. VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE FACING NO OPPOSITION H 1 2/04/96 C 3 M 046 

CREECH, TONI LYNN 

AWARO WINNER S 2 8/12/86 A 8 P P M66 

CREECH, WAITUS WILBUR I H I LL SBOROUGH I I0ECEASE01 

OBITUARY H 2 5/25/86 C 2 

CRFECY, MELVIN 

THREE LEGISLATIVE CONTESTS PIT BLACKS AGAINST BLACKS H 2 4/16/86 DAN 

RUNOFFS SCHEDULED IN 5 LEGISLATIVE, 1 CONGRESSIONAL RACE H 2 5/14/86 C 5 N 

10TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS TO CHOUSE NOMINEE H 2 6/03/86 A 1" N 

CKFEC Y, RICHARD 9. L. JR. 

SLINGING MUD H 2 8/07/86 A 8 L 

CONVERT SH6AR0N HARRIS H ' 9/28/86 DA L 

CREEKMORE, JOE 

U.S. COURTS OUT OF JURY MONEY H 2 6/26/86 C 12 N S82 

CREEL. LAURA (PFAFFTOWNI 

FANG THE FISH IS SWALLOWED BY STATE LAW H 2 9/01/B6 P 4 N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 
I/OI/86 - 12/31/16 



CREMINS AT HOME IN WALDORF 

CREMINS: TECH SUCCESSFUL YET UNCOMFORTABLE 

CREMINS: GR<=AT GAME, 0ESP1T C LOSS 

CREMINS. SUTTON. «|Rk DISCUSS NCAA fielo 

CrImInI HIReI^ANTWELl" 1 ^^ fM * S0U ™ « P °LINA 

CRENSHAW. MILES A. 

UNIVERSITY LAKE DAYS NUMBEREO, PROFESSOR WARNS 

CREWS, ALBERT (OECEASEPI 
OBI TUARY 

CRFWS, DALLIF WOODY (DECFASEOI 

PIITSBOPO WOMAN DIES 4 DAYS AFTER HUSBAWO 

CREWS, GARLANO L. IOELEASEDI 

RALEIGH MAN FREEO AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER 

CREWS, HALLIf PURYEAR (OFCEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

CRFWS, JERALINE RUMSEY (ntCEASEDI 
OB I TUARY 
OBITUARY 

CREWS, JOE IH1LLSBPROUGHI 

HOG DAY CELEBRATES PORCINE CUISINE 
CHAMBFR AWARDS PRESENTED 

CKFWS, ROWAN DAMPEFR JR. 

DUKF DIVINITY STUDENTS GET TOP ACADEMIC AWARD 

CRIBBS, JIM 

DONATIONS FOR LITFRACY 

FALL LITERACY CAMPAIGN KICKED OFF AT LIBRARY 

TRIGGER. STEPHEN 

BOY WHO HAD NUMEROUS OPERATIONS INJURFD IN ACCIDENT 
GIRL WINS COMPUTER FOR BOY HIT BY CAR '" 

CRILL, JOHN 

CITY WOULD LEASE PROPOSFD PARKING GARAGE 

CRISCO. JA"IE LEE IROCKINGHAMp 

SCHOOL PUS DRIVER CHARGED IN WRECK 

CRISOSTO«U. FDGARDO A. DR. 

MARCOS DROVF NATION TO EDGE OF OlSASTER 

CRISSMAN. PAUL 

OFFICIALS SEEK NEW PUBLIC HEALTH LAB 

CRIST, IAKEY DR. 

STATE-FUNDED ABORTIONS REMAIN A DIVISIVE ISSUE 
ABORTION OPPONENTS, SUPPORTERS OIVIOED OV ER ECGNOM I C S 

CRISWELL. TIM 

DURHAM BULLS '86 

FPEPYMOND, BULLS fly BY EAGLES, 7-5 

BULLS' STARS 

LAWTON'S PLAY KEYS NO»TH STARS 

?S?ISiLE H fSfk L BSIK TS e iSLiV*5f?H B I7W? E ? L * TE 0N TWIST,NG BASE,UU Rrun 

CRISWELL DEPAPTS BULLS WITH A BANG 

CRITCHER, HOWARD J. 

DEAN FREEWAY EXTENSION ESTIMATED AT 145 MILLION 

CRITES. BETSY IwITNESS FOR PEACEI 

CONTRAS CONDUCTING A WAP OF TORTURE 

PEOPLE WANT PFACt 

^. S ,;„^ u tiJ'T r I0W1Rn NICARAGUA 'ARROGANT' AND 'OUTRAGFOUS' 

CONTRA POLICY CALLED A CONTR A-0 I C T I ON 

CRITES, LAURA 

YMCA A BLESSING 

CROCKER, AMY 

RELIGION USED TO TRAMMEL 

CROCKETT, ALEX 

FALL LITERACY CAMPAIGN KICKED OFF AT LI°RARY 

CITY OF MEDICINE CELEBRATES HFALTH fair 

STANDING firm: FIRST PRF SB YT Ell I AN RETAINS COMMITMENT TO DOWNTOWN DURHAM 

croharttf. d"ris assistant secretary of commercf| 
seminar to help women executives 

cromer, ronald 0. <chimn,ey rock i 

students souirm curiously at 'snakes alive' program 

cron, Chris 

durham bulls '86 

cronyn, tandy 

actors enjoying unc 'ado' 

crooks, richard 

tobacco and entertainment 

crdom, milton (ralfighi 

5anfor0, paring for race, fil r s as senate candidate 

?lnp« n tli; SI N fI E u S? N ?. I ?iI. E 5 DIVIOEO'OVER GRAMM-RUOMAN 

r.rE.„ 5 ? ,S H - ls NuT 'LAROuCH= DE"OCRAT' 

CANDIDATES GIVE VIEWS ON EDUCATION 

r5SSK.| A I!,S*¥E°12 INFLUENCED BY PROPAGANDA 

CPQOM'S MAIN ISSUE IS DEFENCE 

OPEN N.C. SE'.AIF SEAT ATTRACTS LITTLE-KNOWN HPpFRULS 

sfHK H^: R {?&cKw , 1 ?gs s „H; c 8ES2?E s rSsf ,,iSSL &Sss r,ng 

GOP. 0E«OS SWITCH ROL=S: U.S. SENATE 
IT'S BROYHILL VS. SANFQ'D EPR SENATE 
PPECINCT VOTING TALLIES 

CRCQM, ROB r RT p. OP. 

2 DOCTORS. 2 NURSFS SUED OVER DEATH 
HILLSBOROUGH "AN FILES SUIT A'.AINST HOSPITAL 

CROO"S. KELVIN IFOOTRALLI 

A T GRACIPUS T 6-PACK° "^ L ' NE B " CKER ««-VIN CRUOMS GIVES HIS ALL... 

CRPSBY, P. J. PR. 

DOCTOO SAYS DAY-CAPE KIOS G r T SICK MJO£ 

CRPSBY. FRANKLIN D. I F A Y= T T F V I L L r I 



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FAYETTEVILLE HAN IS RESCUED AFTER FILLING IN M U UNTAINS 



S. LACKS PRO TOUCH 



CROSFY. KATHRYN 

■NEJ' CRUS8Y GOLF BACK TO ULO 

CROSBY TOURNEY CONFIRMED 

MRS. CROSPY WITHDRAWS GUA°AVTEE 

The IKAThRYNI COSBY DRAWS C£LE°RITIE 

CROSS, JOSEPH (DECEASED! 

OJRHAM "AN KILLED WHEN HIT BY CAR 
OBITUARY 

CROSS. MlKE 

N.C. r OLK HERITAGE FEATURED 

COSS TO BE IN 5TH KtNAN SHOW 

FOURTH OF JULY FUN PLANNED IN TRIANGLE 

CONCEPT RAISES 114,300 

CROSS. w!L"A (LONG ISLAND. N.Y.I (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

CROSSEN. CYNTHIA R. 

GDD^ESS AGE R=-CRSATED IN CONCERT AT CHURCH 

CROTTS, DAVID 

N.C. TAX COLLECTIONS RISE SLQ-LY 

N.C. LOBBYIST WON'T OPPOSE BUSINESS TAX HIKE 

CROVITZ, G3R0ON 

LITIGATION EXPLOSION 

THERE'S 6ETTE" WAY TO HANOLE FRIVOLOUS SUITS 

CROVITZ, HERBERT 

REMEMBERING THE WAY WE wE'E 

KEEP GOOO NOTES. DON'T LOSE THEM 

CROW. ROBERT HEN D Y III (SANFOROI (DECEASED! 
SANFORU MAN KILLED WHEN CAR OVERTURNS 

CROWE, DAVID IELON COLLEGE! 

ELON'S SPRING TDUR INCLUDES MONGOLIA, S°VIET UNIJN, CHINA 

CROWE, THOMAS RAIN 

DEVELOPMENT CROWDING CHEROKEE SACRED SITES 
POET FIGHTS TO PROTECT SACREO INDIAN SITES 

CRDWELL, EARL KEITH I0ECEASEOI 

MAN'S 6CDY FOUND; SLAYING SUS"ECTED 
OP I TUARY 

CROWLEY, PAT 

AGNEw TOP ROOKIE 

AGNEW CCMPL C TES PACK SWEEP 

CRUICKSHANK, HAROLO EOGAR IOECEASED) 
OB I Tuary 

cruickshank, ron 0. i record "ari 
record bar presiuent resigns 
presi:em leaving record bar chain 
bergman: record chain finances stable 

cruickshank, william m. ok. 

specialist working with county schools 
consultant targets exceptional pupils 

crum, denny 

CRum: UNC'S 3 1 Z = PROdLEM for CAROINALS 
C«U", S M ITH IN RARE SHOWDOWN 
MATCHUPS CRUCIAL TO TAR HEELS 
ZONE HELPS CAPUS COOL C F TIGERS 
CARDS' CR'JM HOLDING HIS B C ST -'AND 7 
IF NO B U0Y'S NO. 1, THEN WHO'S NO. 2? 
FIRIN' AWAY IN THE NCAA 
AT 40. VALYANO TALKING Df OLO AGE 
CAROINALS' CROWN IN NEED OF POLISHING 

CRUM, OICK 

HEELS HCBPLlNG INTO SPRING GA"E 

CPU" GIVES YOUNG TAR HEELS A LOOK 

ACC COACHES FINALLY TALK FOOTBALL 

NEwS MIXED ON HEALTH OF TAR MfELS' BaCkFIELO 

STATUS: AN INTRIGUING WORD FQ) SLOAN, CRy u AND ShFRIOAN 

CAUTION BATTLES OPTIMISM IN POESEASDN 

C^J"'! DIHER SIDE: f a mly. friends 0ESC°IBE VIEW PUBLIC RAkEly SEFS 

REVAMPED OFFENSE M|GHT LIE! H=ELS FRQM DOLDRUMS 

UNC'S ATTENTION NOT ON CITADEL? 

I" KANSAS, HEELS SEEK A RETURN TO R=SPEC T Ac IL I TY 

WITH FEN'NER BACK IN FOLD, HEELS EYE SPUT AMONG FLITE 

CRUM B A rES KNEE SURGERY after INJURY 

CPU" SUFFFRS 9RDKEN LEG 

CPLM'S STAY IN INF3RMARY ExPETTFD TO END TODAY 

UNC'S [»U" READY FOR SIDELINE DUTY 

UNC'S CPUM LOOKS FOR BETTER 0=FE.<SE 

■«A0" HEELS REA->Y FOR D'ACS' 

TAk HEELS' CR'IM LIKES 'BIS' RIVALRY WITH WGLFPACk 

CPU M EXPECTS GOOD GAME 

LET DUKE FANS have 5 LOOK 

CPU'' Says j?s, backs key AT LS u 

DUKE CAN'T "3P WINNERS 

CRUMMY LSU TRIP LEFT UNC REEL'NC 

CPU": UNC F-'OTbALL TEAM AT 'C^OSiPJAQS' 

C-<UM says T'.r H=ELS GEARING UP fjr CLEHSON Gimmicks 

CR-J" NOT AFRAID OF OEWH VALL'Y 

TAR HF£LS FACE "UST-..IN GA"E 

TAR HFEl S STILL IN LINE FOR B^WL B|D 

BIG r c N SChOJLS INTEREST; 1 ' IN LRj" 

C»u" SAYS H= "AS nq PLANS TO LEAVE UNC 

C'JM JUGGLES RIVALRY, HAWAII AND JOB »U"'JHS 

SwuFFORO says SUCCESS 61EECS LOEIy OEMANuS 

TAm HEELS' FOCUS EXTENOS PAST HAWAIIAN 'VACATION' 

I» HEELS ANXIOUS TO make ALO-IA TRIP 

IAR HEELS MAk= SCENE IN HAv,A|I 

TAR HEELS SAY ALuHA TC a OWL REPARATIONS 

ALO"A IfST 'GOOD EXPERIENCE' ' OR HEELS? 

CR1M=LISS, kAkEN 

•SPECIAL* ART SHOW WILL &' HEL THIS WEEKEND 

HONEY-RAISERS RAISE tUESTIONS 

BE WARY OF 'ONEY-PAI S- R r 

A'JT I ST IC -TEEN PAR C NTS WANT br-^pam MrjvEO 

MANY w£Rt 1°UC>-ej 

COHMLlNITVi "EOIA THANKE n FOR SUPPORTING E.C. TAYLOR 

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1/09/87 






IITH MISS MOUTH CAROLINA! 



LATE FILI'IGS COMPLICATE COUNTY RGARO RACE 
C»U=L" U OUlfs"RlcE RJV,S FRGM CC ' M ' 115SIJN ':R RACE 

CRl'MP, CAROLYN 

CONTINENTALS OF DURHAM PLAN G«LA 

CRUMP. DAVID ALLEN (DECEASEDI 
0">ITUARV 

CRUMP, EMJLV 

TAKE A WALK ON THE BOARDWALK 
A DANOEPOUS PRACTICE 

CRUMP, JOSEPH (DECEASEDI 
OP1 TUARY 

CRUMP, R08 C RT GENE (ROUTE 1, DURHAM | 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO SHOTGUN SLAYING 
DEATH OF FOX'S FATHER O c LAYS SENTENCING 
fJTS ?!I IS J3-YFAR SENTENCE IN PARKER SLAYINo 
CRUMP GETS '0 YEARS FOR SLAYING 

CRUMPACKEK, JOHNSON PATRICK "PAT" (DECEASEDI 
OBI TU4RY 

CRUMPLER, PORBY 

WOLFPACK'S CRUMPLFR HAP°Y FOR CHANCE TO BE OFFENSIVE 
THE WPLFPACK'S NEW LO"K... 
CRUMPLEP'S -BACK' FOR WOLFPAC 

CRUMPTCN, AVARICE IALBEMARLEI (DECFASEOI 

WOMAN, SON, 3. BURN TO DEATH IN ALBEMARLE 

CRUMPTON, JUHN 

GOODS WORTH 15,865 TAKEN 

CRUMPTCN, 0. W. "JACK" (CASWELL CO. I 
CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 
ONLY Z RACES DECIDED IN C«SWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 

CRUMPTON. BURY (ALBEMARLEI (DECEASEDI 

woman, son, a, burn to death in alb c morle 

CRUSF, STfcVF 

CITY PRESFRVING HISTORIC «0»E< 

CRUTCHFIELO, BARBARA (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
URI TUARY 

CRUTCHFIFLP, CURTIS J. 

CRUTCHFIELO: SCHOOLS NEED TO MOVE AH<-AD 

BONC VOTE TO I NC LU0F SCHUOL FJNOS 

TELEVISING OF TPIAL CRITICIZED 

GRADES GOOD INCENTIVE TO SKIP FINAL EXAMS 

PAiSACc OF SCHOOL BONDS WILL ■£ A STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

SCHOOL FUNDS HAVE NO ALTERNATIvfs *n>m uikcliiun 

SCHOOL BOARDS' LEADERS PRAISE BONDS SUPPORT 

THANKS, OURHAM, fnR BACKING 39IIDS 

CPUTCHFIELD STEPPING DOWN AS SCHOOL JOARO CHAIRMAN 

CRUTCHFIELO WON'T SFLK ANOTHER TERM AS CHAIRMAN 

JOY b«LDwIN SFES CHALLENGING YEAR AHEAD 

CRUTCHFIELO, EDWARD E. JR. 

F?irHT75-!l J , T ,!;u!:S ^ ME P r TD UNC INSTITUTE'S BOARD 

executives namtd to unc private entfrprije board 
crutchfielo, iris Elizabeth ioeceaseoi 

cryer, james iii 

meet the auth"r 

cumbecasas, ped or. 

press obscures glaxo-unc benefits 

Cuddy, o. l. dr. 

values-free philosophy wrong 
schools dispensing pregnancy' 
tough love works 

culberson, william louis dp. 

new ffatures "loum in sarah djke gardens 

TULBRETH, GR-Y inEClASFOI 

^pRFyh? R s E ^o,cI?^ JoVt^IorMn UT,LI "^ °»«™ 

CULdRETH, HAROLD "PETt" 

STOVALL MEDICAL CENTER BECOMES SUCCESS STOkY 

CULLEN, TONY (OUKE U. LACROSSE COA' H I 

L«CROSS c : DUKF ajm; FOR POST-SEASON BID 
TO POST 



FANFARE: CULLFN NAME.. 






CULLINANE, DOUGLAS (COUNTY ENGINES' I 

SE^ER'FE^FM^MM^sloNERf ^ " " ' % * "' "" im FEFS 
COMPANIFS, COUNTY TRYING TO ORGANIZE SEWER CO-OP 

signs ^isikse^To g l e a t n Ino q „e. r r !nP b! " s seSer S '" FH 

gH? E |*#i R!i , c5aS?! s^Van 1 "^' 

BETHtSQA SEWER ISSUE TO BE A IP En 
95M?iI Y , SEWER SYSTEM GAINS GROUND 
CONSTRUCTION TU START SOON ON S C WER SYSTEM 
SEwER BONDS AIM AT HEALTH P°0'a c MS 
STATE HALTS HOOKUPS AT COUNTY SEW=R PLANT 
BOARO QUESTIONS SEW=K WORK DELAY 
MANPOWER SHORTAGES DELAY SEWE' WORK 
BFTHcSDA RESIDENTS PUSH FOR S c wER SY3TE" 

CULP, JERCc M. 

BLACK DUKE PROFESSOR SHARES S. AFRICA VIEWS 
CULTON, ALAN 

WE CAN'T IGNORE THREAT 

LOGIC WAS TORTURED 

VOTFR ADVICE: STAY SOBER ON ELETrlUN DAY 

SDI OPPOSITION ILLOGICAL 

QUOTAS FOR GAYS'' 

THE UKRAINIAN FAMINE 

ONE AND THE SAME 

MEDIA ACTS IRRESPONSIBLY 

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MONTHLY/AN 



U 1 L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



NAMES 



PPESIOENT NEEns POWER 

culton. yancey g. pr. 

annual tests » ecommehoed 

cumbia. hscao 

for some chilorfn. giving to others is the best gift of all 

cu»bo. william tull (concordi 

r0b3ins man killed in 3-car wo eck 

cummings. charles g. (ancieri (oecfaseoi 

harnett student athlete's death still mysteoy 

cummings* fowapu (willow springs! 
,»^ man charged in slayings 
hoke sheriff says blood found in house matcheo dead woman's 

cummings. he=8ert (clinton) 

clinton man s"ot after trooper stops cap 
assault charge filed 

cummings, jimmy <=arl (deceased) 

ufputy killing lu w bee angers indians* blacks 

county medical fxaminer 'shocked' about 1n0uest into lu u bfr's ufath 

tummings. john 
obituary 

cummings. sylvia (pandolph co. i (o^ceasedi 

man a'ld woman ape found dead in ranoolph co. 

tummings. william 

shearon harp is foes encourage"" by vote 
cash pullcall... 

cunanan. oscar (cary, n.c.i 

mfdical board has reprimanded 7 doctjrs for sex with patients 
clearing the record 

cunningham, billy 

unc guessing 0a"e: what if.. .smith retires? 

CUNNINGHAM HEADS HALL OF Fame ELECTEES 

cunningham. david s. 

ant i -u.n. column is full of newspeak 

Cunningham, dean 

condemneo property interest m"l r 



IOECEASEDI 



AN R OU PANEL EXPECTED 
AT CHATHAM'S COUNCIL ON AGING 



CUNNINGHAM. C LS1E (CHATHAM CD.) 

SERVICE REOUESTS NEARLY OOUBL? 

CUNNINGHAM. JAMES JUNIOR (MILTON) 

TWO MFN CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPING 

CUNNINGHAM, JOAN MARIA 

ASSISTA-'T DA LEAVES JOB SHE LIVES 

CUNNINGHAM, MERCE 

FESTIVAL PUTS BEST FOOT FORWARD WITH CUNNINGHAM 
THAT'S DANC! <IG 

CUNNINGHAM. OLIVER w. 

ANOTHER INVESTIGATION NEEDED 

turn", MARIO IN.Y. GOVERNOR) 

NEW YORK'S OUKE CONNECTION 

CuPlTT. ANTHONY MICHAEL 

TWO MORE ARRESTED IN CAR EREAK-INS 

STUDENTS PLEAD GUILTY to CAR .'iREAK-INS 

SUSPENDED TERM GIVEN F0» LA»C r NY 

CU»E. THOMAS FATHER 

MONKS REACH CUT TO COMMUNITY 

CUPLEY. EDWARD R. (RIDGE. "0. I (DECEASED) 
COUPLE FUUNO DEAD ABOARD E>0AT 

CURLFY, KATHRYN (RIDGE, MO. I (DECEAS c OI 
COUPLE FUUNO DEAO ARUARD BOAT 

CURRAN, CHARLES E. 

THE CHALLENGE TO CATHOLICS 

CURRIE. CLEVELAND (OECFASEOI 
D 1TUARY 

CUPRIE, KEVIN 

MATH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES NEW FACULTY 

CuRRIE, LINOA GLENN 

SUIT DISMISSED IN IBM SHOOTING CASE 

CURRIE, ROY (CHARLOTTE) 

FOR-SALE-BY-UWNER PUBLICATIONS 



ANGER SOMt REAL ESTATE AGENTS 



CURRIER, BARBARA 

PIEDMONT TECH S"ALL oUSINESS CENTER PLANNED 

<"U°RIN. ARTHUR RAY (GRANVILLE CO. ^HFRIF C I 

NO PEPUPLICANS FILE FOR GRANVILLE RACES 

GRANVILLE SHERIFF'S RAC C : SHERIFF RU.NING FOR R c - C LEC T I ON 

CURPIN HAS LEAD IN GRANVILLE =ACe 

3 KUNOFFS POSSIBLE IN GP AN V I LL t C n UNlY 

GRISS nM CALLS RUN n FF FQP GRANVILLE SHERIFF 

RUNOFFS: THREE SCHEOULED IN G'ANrflLLE 

CHALLENGER WINS SHERIFF'S ELECTION IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 

GRANVILLE CDUNTY ELECTS EX-OE D UTY AS SHERIFF OVER INCUMBENT C UP ° I N 

SRI FINDS CHARGES GROUNDLESS; CUKR IN SAYS ACCUSATIONS POLITICAL 

WRITE-IN CAMPAIGN IN GRANVILLE LEGAL 

WRITE-I" SPARKS INTEREST IN GRANVILLE 

CR1SS0M LEADING IN EARLY RETURNS 

GRISSOM ELECTFO GRANVILLE SHERIFF 

CURRIN, BEN F. OR. (VANCE-GRANVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE) 
CURPIN TO PARTICIPATE IN HARVARD PROGPAM 

S n UTH GRANVILLE CAMPUS TO FOCUS ON VOCATIONAL COURSES 
VANCE-GPANVILLE COM. COLLEGE PLANS APPROVED 
VANCE-&FANVILIE HAS TWU EVtNTS ON TAP 

CURRIN. DAVID 

CAN UNE-PERSON COMPANIES LOOK POLISHED? 

CU Q RIN. HUGH M. 











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1/01/86 



INDEX 



SPEAKERS TO PROMOTE OXFORD BO^IO APPROVAL 
CURRIN, J. w. MRS. (OXFORD! 

SSiWiS? VSS&i ?SJ,S£ VF ,NCLJD,:o MRV 0ET " L5 

CUPRIN, JOHN G. (GRANVILLE CO. I 

ADMINISTRATOR NAMED AT GRANVILLE HOSPITAL 

CURRIN, LOUISE 

CAN ONE-PERSON COMPANIES LOOK POLISHED? 
CURRIN, "A»SH H. "TENCY" (OXFORD! (DEC C ASED1 

MARSH H. TENCY- CURRIN, GRANVILLE FARMING OFFICIAL 
CURRIN, PAT (BUNCOMBE COUNTY! 

PRESIDENT'S PLAN WOULD HURT STATE'S SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 
CURRIN, R. THOMAS 

GROUP SEARCHING FOR 40 GOOD G3 A T HOMES 
CURRIN, RAY 

rKJI?r,r , . CAMPAIGN BEGUN FOR SHERIFF 

CORONER TO SERVE AS GRANVILLE COUNTY SHERIFF AGAIN 

CURRIN, SAMUFL THOMAS (U.S. ATTORNEY! 

HELMS SAYS HE MILL RE °L ACE U .1 . A TTOR NF « 

MmmmEM&nar"- c ~ 

^,?f R Sk;. S I? r£ P4NE >- ™ FIGHT OQRN IN N.C. 

5 S £ J? UR^'fIN^n" o'frau oHV I^i|Ii«ING DRUG SWGGLIHG 

I'M P^Nl^ESP^srT^R^.D """" ft?SB 




DEFINITION OF PORNOGRAPHY STILL ELUDES Lawmakfrs 

U 5 ND At¥A2«F,*?5vI V ^P N 9 E ABU ^ DEATH OF A Pr"on S INMA 

J°UHP trKlNl^lE^^N^.^.GH?^^ » rS8S KK 

N, WILLIE L. 

OAK GROVE RESIDENTS STALL RF70NINC FFFnRl 

?F N 'S?„fEZONING REOUESTS ON COUNTY a"nda 

ALLENTON TO APPEAL OAK GROVE REZUNING PLAN 



CURRIN, WILLIE L 



CURRY, ALVIN T. 

Pt1 MFN E IMRlP?I„ M4 J!„ F 9* »SSAULT WITH CAR 
i M^N I'.DICTEO Fop FATAL BEATING 
MAN SAYS DEFENDANT USED CAR m ASSAULT H(M 
NO-CONTEST plea ENTERED IN ASSAULT 
MAN GETS NO PENALTY FOR ASSAULT WITH CAR 
CURRY, BILL IGEO°GIAI 



PIN HIM TO TREE 



ACC COACHES FINALLY TALK FOPTRAII 
^I2 P | R 'ENCE may ELIMINATE STING FROM 

fHE H R?GHV R Ml,N '" NC UrTLE B,T LI * E CL 



DM YELLOW JACKETS 
EMSON* 



tfch's curry wary of slayden 

curry, john «. 

estate suing centel, ambulanc= firm 

curry, sylvester 

man's hand severed during apgjment 
f£rlK|?-V*"° VICTIM UNDERGOES SURGERY 
THIEVES TAKF ANTIQUE RIFLES F? DM HOME 
ASSAULT VICTIM'S HAND REATTACHED 



IDECE»S c 0l 



CURTIS, CINDY M. 
CF>!Tu«RY 
OR I T UARY 

CU'TIS, DON 

TWO RALEIGH MEN BUYING SEVERAL RADIO STATIONS 

CUDT, OBITUARY GR1FF,N '"MMAPOUSI (DECEASED! 

CURTIS, KAREN 

STUDENT, INSTRUCTOR OPT FOR LIFF COURSE 
CURTIS, MICHAEL (LAWYER! 

LAWYER SAYS ATTORNEY GENERAL COULD BE UNDERMINING RIGHTS 
CURTIS, NANCY 

THERAPISTS ELECTED 

CURTIS. NICK (DURHAM PUBLIC SAFETY OFPT I 

ANNEXATIONS THREATEN VOLUNTEER FIRE 'uNI TS 

CUPTT OBITUaU NE SH * RPE IOEC "SEO) 
OBI TUARY 

CURTI2. MICHAEL 

CURTIZ FILMS OPEN TOMORROW. 
CYPUS, JOHN 

TOBACCO BILL PASSFS HOUSE 

JOHN H. CYRUS WILL RETIRE AS TOBACCO ADMINISTRATOR 
O'AGPSTINO, JOHN P. 

GOLD! GEOLOGISTS FIND DEPOSITS IN PIEDMONT SLATE BELT 
D'AMATO, ALFONSE 

CONGRESS GOES HOME AFTER SAD PERFORMANCE 
D'AMICO, BRIAN 

P5 ? c ? G ^ P , S ' n ° ESUR&ENI " SHOWS IN N.C. 

AFTER ALL PAPFR, GET SHUFFLED, STATE GAINS A NSW PRACTICE PLAYER 



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S 2 3/04/86 B 6 N 

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12/31/36 



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OABBS, CHAPLES (SALISBURY! 

IT'S NOT THE SIGHTS ANO SOUNDS THAT EXCITE THIS CARNIVAL LOVER 

OABBS, GERRY 

WOMAN WITH HOOGKIN'S DISEASE <EEPS ON "PUSHING" 

PABER, THAD 

NORTHERN'S FIRST TITLE CAME 10 YEARS AGO 
DABER'S TITLE ON LINE IN U0RL3 TOURNAMENT 

PACKIS, PASCHALIA "LIA" BUULAKIS (DECEASEDI 
OB I TUARY 

DAODARIO, FRANK 

BOOM LEAVES SFRVICE JOBS BEGGING 

PADZIE, KOFI U. DR. 

NCCU AIDS HOSPITAL IN MARKETING SURVEY OF PATIENTS 
PATIENTS RATE HOSPITAL MOSTLY GOOD IN SURVEY 

DAILFY. ALBEPT 

REZCNING APPROVED FOR CROASDAILE FARM 
IMPROVE HILLANDALE RuAD 

PAILEY, JACK 

MISS NORTH CAROLINA MISSED 

DAISHEIMER, KENNY 

FASTING VETERANS 

DAISY. WILLIAM (JUDGE! 

NO WATCHING DUKE ON TV FOR SPEEDING STUDENT 

DALE. DEBBIE 

SUM«ER SCHOOL DISCOVERY 

DALEi GERRY LT. 

INMATES SAY GUARDS LAUGHED AS PRISONER SUFFOCAT c U 

INMATF SAYS GUARDS THREATENED TO KILL HIM 

CASE OF INMATE'S SUFFOCATION '.UING TU FfOERAL GPANU JURY 

GRAND JURY STUOIES INMATE DEATH 

GRAND JURY HEARS FylDENCE ABOUT DEATH OF PRISON INMATE 

GUARD INDICTED IN SUFFOCATION UF PRISONER DURING TRANSFER 

GUAPO BELIEVES HE IS NOT GUILTY, HIS LAWYER SAYS 

DALEY, JERPY REV. 

FORMER VIETNAM PILOT ORGANIZING MEW CHURCH 

DALPIAZ, J. A. 

DALPIAZ. GASTONIA BUSINESSMAN, PROPOSED FOR GOP CHAIRMAN 
MARTIN CHOICE STIRS GOP FUSS 

OALRYMPLE, BRUCE (BASKETBALL PLAYER! 

JACKETS' DALRYMPLE DEFIES DESCRIPTION 
JACKETS' CALRVMPLE UNC'S NEMESIS 
JACKETS REBUILO QUIETLY 
FIRIN' AWAY IN THE NCAA 

DALSHEIM.ER, KENNY 

TFRRORISM IN NICARAGUA 
CONTRAS ARE OPPOSED 

DALTON, ALAN L. 

OEATH STATISTICS QUESTIONABLE 

OALTON, FRANKLIN PALMER DR. 

2 DURHAM DOCTORS DENIED REINSTATEMENT 

DALTON, HARRY ICHARLOTTEI 

SHARPE VOLUME ORAWS INT°IGUING PROFILE OF TAR HEEL PHILANTHROPIST 
CURATOR AT DUKE PAYS TRIBUTE TO BUSINESSMAN WITH BIOGRAPHY 

DALY, KATHLEEN N. 

'A BOOK OF FLOWERS' WRITTEN FDR CHILDREN FINOS NEW AUDIENCE 

DALY, PAUL V. 

FBI AGENT FRO" NEW YORK TO TAKE OVER POST IN N.C. 
N.C.'S NEW RBI CHIEF TARGETS MOOEPN CRIME 

OAMgRON, THOMAS OR. 

STATE PANEL TO CONSIDER PROPOSAL FOR NO-FAULT OBSTETRIC INSURANCE 

OAMIANO, TERESA 

PARFNTS SENT TO JAIL FOR CHILD'S ABSENCES 

GADDY IS AN 'ANCHORMAN* 

DURHAM FLFMFNTARY SCHOOLS INC'EASF 7 1 

OURHAM SCHOOLS' NEWSLETTER GETS EDUCATORS' AWARD 

DANOY, CLARENCE REV. 

PRESERVATION PLUS: AWARO WINNERS DISCUSS CHALLENGES UF CHANGE 

0A»'F0R0, JFRPY L. DR. 

SMALL DEVELOPMENTS ALSO AFFECT DURHAM 

DANIFL, CLEOPHUS (CITIZENS FOR A SAFER EAST DURHAM! 
RESIDENTS SEEK EVACUATION PLANS FOR EAST DURHAM 
COUNCIL ASSURFS EVACUATION PLAN FOR tAST DURHAM 
COUNCIL: CITY NEEDS AN EVACUATION PLAN 

DANIFL. GEORGE (CASWELL CO. LAWYER! 

GRANVILLE. VANCE LEGISLATORS ARE FACING NO OPPOSITION 
ALAMANCF POLITICS FIT NO MOLD 

SENATORS HUNT. WALKER PACE I 6T H DISTRICT WITH 67S OF VOTES IN 
CASWELL VOTERS GIVE DANIEL NOMINATION TO STATE SENATE 
CANDIDATES SdUARE OFF FOR STATE SENATE SEAT 

DAf.'IFL, HELEN w. 

PRAYtPS SHOULD BE PART OF TEACHING IN SCHOOLS 
SCHOULS NEED ORAYFR 

DANIFL. JOHN THOMAS JR. DR. 

DR. DANIEL MA"ED TO MEDICAL BDARO 

DANIEL, KAREN LINER 

HONORINC EMPLOYFES 

DANIEL, KEITH (FOOTBALL PLAYER! 

DANIEL DUKE'S LITTLE BIG MAN 

DANIEL, M 4 "IE F. 1 W IN STON- S AL E M I (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

DANIEL. MICHAEL (CREFOMOOR) (OECEASEDI 
DEPUTY'S GUN USFU IN SUICIDE 
3B I TUARY 



S 2 
H 7 



S 2 

H 2 



S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 



5/22/86 C 
9/02/86 B 



3/18/86 B 

10/19/86 B 



H 2 
H 2 



1/16/86 B 
2/16/06 A 



1 p N AdO 



N C49 

N f^ 



U a 46 



9/29/06 A 
10/01/86 C 



H 2 

H 2 



H ? 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



2/04/36 C 
2/1 1/86 A 



7/07/B6 A 

10/03/B6 A 

3/31/86 C 

7/10/B6 B 



4/20/86 B 

6/06/86 A 

8/25/86 B 

8/27/86 A 

10/31/86 C 

12/19/86 A 

12/2D/B6 A 



N 

N C60 

N '51 
L 

L 

L 



I 
1 p 



H 2 5/17/86 A 



12/1 V»6 C 
12/14/06 C 



1/22/B6 

1/24/86 U 

1 1/14/86 D 

ll/l8/"6 D 



1 P 

I P 

1A 

14 P 



i| F25 

u ni8 

N BIS 

F 071 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



H 2 
S 2 



1/21/86 A 
1/21/86 A 



9/12/86 A 

1 1/1 7/86 C 



6/01/86 D 
6/13/86 C 



N "35 
R H45 



H 2 11/16/86 D 3 P R H45 



H 2 

S 2 



6/06/86 A 
8/31/86 C 



15 
1 



S 2 11/27/86 C 17 



S 2 

H 2 
S ' 



H 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 1 

H 2 

H 3 

► I 1 

H 1 



S 2 

h a 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



4/08/86 C 

6/16/86 A 

9/18/86 A 

1 1/27/86 B 



5/11/86 E 
5/03/86 A 



9/12/86 B 
9/16/36 C 
9/16/06 C 



2/04/86 C 

5/U4/86 D 

5/07/86 C 

5/03/86 B 

10/31/86 B 



2/06/86 A 
2/11/86 A 



12/31/86 C 

12/15/36 C 

3/20/86 D 

5/14/66 C 



6/23/36 C 
6/11/36 C 



>t TH5 

L 

N S04 



F H45 

L 



N A54 
N S51 
N 185 



N 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N 046 



4 P 
1 



P S76 
N X12 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL IMOEX 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



S ! T 
N 6 ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

DANIEL. MORTEZ 

PREP N0TES 5 2 10/14/R6 B 3 p U R15 
DANIEL. ROSA KING (DECEASED! 

0BITU4RV H ? i/u/ne B 6 D 
OANIEL, SAM JR. 

THEY'RE GLAn MOM PLAYED CUPIO „ , b/!?/ z b E , p p j , , 

OANIFL, SAM W. IGRANVILLF CO. I 

COUNTYWIDE LOCAL PHONE SERVICE SIUOIEO In G°ANvILLE H ? i/ps/ba r i >j t 

SAM M. OANIEL IS ELECTED CHAPMAN OF GR AN VI LL E BO ARD H 1 12/02/86 C N H 



DANIFL. WILLIt "JAY" (NEW YORK1 (DECEASED! 
ODI TUARY 



12/07/86 C 1 N H60 
2 10/02/B6 FJ ? 
B 1 N 



DANIELEY, EARL J. DR. 

DR. DANIELEY TAKES NEW POST AT ELON H 1 11/20/86 

DANIELS. ARCHIE I EDEN I 

CONN. CONTENOER FOR FLIGHT HONOR CATCHES CRITICISM H 2 2/26/86 A II P N 

DANIELS. BELDEN HULL 

VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS URGED FOR N.C. H 2 12/14/36 C 12 N 

DANIELS, BRAMDON IWAYNF COUNTY! 

BRANDON. LIVER RECIPIENT, PLAYING HIS DRUMS AGAIN H 7 i /u/, t , , „ -,- 

LIVER RECIPIENT RECOVERING WELL ? I i/!a/I£ c I u " ? 

4-YEAR-OLO CANCER VICTIM NOW HAS INOPERABLE TUMOR u I i/u5/3h H 4 P N 

BRAMDON DANIELS. FAMILY GIVE THANKS FOR MIRACLE H 2 11/2R/86 B 1 P N 

DANIELS. CALVIN 

FORMER NO. 1 PICK HORTON CUT BY CHIEFS H 2 9/02/86 B 2 « N 

DANIELS. CHARLES B. 

POLICF ZEBRA UNIT MAKES 122 ARRFSTS H 2 9/10/S6 C 5 N M51 

DANIELS, DONALD RAY 

CIVIL SUIT SEEKS FORFEITURE O c HOUSE AND LANO H 2 4/16/36 4 N 

DANIFLS, FRANK 

STATE NFwSMAn'dif? *°"™ CHAIRMAN, DEAD AT 81 H 2 5/J6/36 C 2 

SlAlfc NEWSMAN DIES s ? 5/j 6 /n 6 c 2 

DANIFLS, FRANK JR. (NEWS t OBSERVER PUBLISHER) 

CHIEF EXECUTIVES NAMED TO UNC INSTITUTE'S BOARD H 7 10/in/Rf, BIN non 

EXECUTIVES NAMED TO UNC PRIVATE ENTERPRISE BOARD % \ 10/1VR6 A 15 N 

DANIELS, MELVIN (SENATOR! 

FA1RCL0TH EXPECTED TO FILE NEXT WEEK AS SENATE CANDIDATE H 2 1/10/Bt, A 10 N 

DANIELS, NATHANIEL JR. (DECEASED! 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK r , ,,„,,,, , , 

OBITUARY*" °' ES "' WRE " » * 11/21/bI C 12 

UB1IUAKT u 5 ii/iiyni r -> 



DANIELS, N C TTIE MASON (DECEASED! 
ORI TUARY 



2 I1/22/F6 C 2 
2 5/17/86 C 6 
10/31/86 C 1 N 



DANIELS, REGINALD 

DURHAM MAN STABBEO, ROBBED s ? 

DANIFLS, STANLEY (FQOIBALL PLAYER! 

ALL-AMERICA WIDE RECEIVER DANIELS GIVES TAR HEELS VERBAL COMMITMENT H 2 1/17/86 C 1 N C 36 

DANIELS, THUMAS COWPER 

lf R . Ly r GR . IDIR0N STAR'S LOYALTIES DIVIDEO H 2 9/71/86 D 7 P F Dfln 

EAGLES FINALLY BEAT BULL CITY JINX ; - - -'■ 

DANIELS, WALTER CLIFTON 

HIGH-TECH SPINOFFS SPELL BUSINESS PROFITS S 

DANIELS, WALTER E. 

^RSf 2 A P,X SQIJAP E DEVELOPER SEEKS ANOTHER EXTENSION H 3 9/19/86 R 1 N s«l 

JUDGE HFARS ARGUMENTS ON ROSEMARY SQUARE H 3 11/8/86 C 3 N Zl\ 



2 12/08/86 D 6 P U P52 
2 3/14/86 C 1 N W82 



DANIELS, WILLIAM LFE SR. (DECEASED! 
OB I TUARY 



1 1/18/B6 C 3 N W27 

H 2 5/13/86 C ? 



OANILOFF. NICHOLAS 

A LOUSY TRADE PROPOSAL H 7 o/n7/n<. n u 

dSSSaS ^N H T?^ N U R p U luvtEl"H3^ C S 4N ' T C ' ET AH4V W,TH iLL TH1T ' ' C4RT0nNI "h I ffl l T " 6 

A OFCENt SOVIET FRIEND £ f l^!^o£ 5 ! c 

PHONE JAMMING PROTESIS DETENTION c f ,' J(SJ J } p E „, 

KiS ^NAL AP ^T^u!3?T^.^ S - 5aV,Er REL1T, °^ H ' » S 

DISCARU (CARTOON! " \ .V&'Al J J T I „ 6 . 

HANDLING OF OANILCFF CASE SETS RAD PRECEDENT " 1 ln/nl/H6 1 A F 6 

,^. T 5i! S „f R yr. : . Ifg-»fX«SEO.RE*GAN .D.C1.0NARY !CARTDONI H I 18/02/86 2 4 T T R56 



10/02/86 



1 ...?, S A r ? E t GJN G41,E IN T0 C.ANGSTFRS FOR DANILOFF ? 7 

r^WAS F IS Z A K si^ V S " P HAS A SCRRV ««MB1T H iO/03/86 

ONE AND THE SAME » £ {gflj^g* 



DANS P Y, ANN 

FAMILY'S ADDRESS KEEPS CHANGIMG. BUT THFY'VE BEEN AT THE SAME STAND H 3 9/20/86 C 1 P N 
DAHSER, JEAN KOSSOFF 

RECALL ATTEMPT 'MYOPIC „ j 7/l<(/96 4 , L 

OANZIGFR, IRWIN M. 

TREE CLIMBER AMONG WINNERS OF MASSEY AWARDS H 2 4/12/86 A 9 N 

DARCIC, DONNA 

WHY QUESTION SINCERITY H , u/0 „ /B6 , , L 

DAP BY, TONY 

BOY INJURED WHEN BICYCLE CRASHES INTO CAR H 2 8/17/n*. r ^ m 

BOY HURT ON BIKE IN -FAIR' CONDITION 5 f B/18/H6 C I N 

DARDEN, NANCY 

CREEDMOOR CHAMBER HONORS Two PEOPLE H 1 2/21/86 C I N 

DARGAN. WILLIAM T. 

APOSTLES SIGNED THEIR PETITIONS IN BLOOD H 2 

DARITY. WILLIAM (UNC BOARD OF TRUS T E C SI 

UNC BOARD VOTES OOwN DIVESTITURE 5 2 12/12/B6 

DARKIS. FREO 

CHINESE OPEN, FRIENDLY, UNAFRAID H 2 

DARLING, R0f4 (N.Y. M^TSI 



7/24/86 A 4 L 

A 1 N L 90 
1/17/16 B P F C 19 



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L 


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2 SPORTS FIGURES RAP TOBACCO USE 


S 


1 


12/04/86 


A 


3 




N 






OARROW. CLARENCE 




















FORMER SOAP STAR FEATURED 


S 


2 


1/02/P6 





8 




N 






CARTER, JEAN E. REV. ( RE IOS VI LIE 1 




















N.C. COURT GRANTS NEW TRIAL TO GIRL CONVICTED OF MURDER 


H 


2 


8/13/86 





4 




N 






PASCFNZO, FRANK 




















WASHbURN VICTIM OF SYSTEM 


s 


2 


4/30/36 


A 


4 




L 






WOLFF DESERVES DURHAM'S THANKS 


s 


2 


6/19/86 


A 


4 




L 






dash, Tyler t. (deceased) 




















MAN IS CHARGED WITH THREE SLAYINGS IN 1 9U 1 


H 


2 


7/04/86 


C 


4 




N 






OASS, SUSAN 




















TRIANGLE WIND TUNNEL ONE OF 2 THAT CAN TEST BIG-CITY TUWE"S 


H 


2 


8/24/36 


A 


1 


p 


N 


046 




OAUGHERTY, B»AO 




















DAUC.HERTY MUSCLES REBOUND FROM STATE'S FASOULAS 


s 


2 


1/J6/86 





1 


P 


P 


K30 




MATURED DAUGHERTY PLANS GARDEN PARTY 


H 


2 


l/OR/16 


D 


1 


c 


U 


C52 




DAUGHfRTY. UNC POUND FORDHAM 


H 


2 


1/10/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


C52 




OAUGHEHTY MEASURES UP AGAINST TAK HEEL FOES 


H 


2 


2/02/86 


c 


5 


p 


U 






UNC FALLS SHORT OF 20-YEAR STREAK 


H 


2 


3/03/86 


B 


2 




N 


r 36 




BIAS UNANIMOUS ON ALL-ACC SENIOR FIVE 


H 


2 


3/04/86 


B 


2 


p 


N 






ALL-ACC 


S 


2 


3/04/66 


B 


2 


p 


N 






ACC TRIO MAKE 1ST TEAM 


s 


2 


3/U6/B6 


B 


2 




N 






DAWKIMS, 81AS MAKE 1ST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 


s 


2 


3/11/86 





2 


c 


N 






OAUGHERTY WINS PATTERSON MEDAL 


H 


2 


A/17/86 


D 


4 


p 


N 






DAUGHERTY, HALE WIN TOP BASKETbALL AWARDS 


H 


2 


4/23/86 





4 




N 






NBA EYES DAUGHERTY 


s 


2 


6/05/86 


B 


1 


p 


U 


018 




FIRST AND FOREMOST... 


H 


2 


6/15/86 


B 


6 


p 


N 






FRANCHISE PLAYER MISSING, BUT DP A F T IS PLENTY DEEP 


H 


2 


6/15/86 


B 


6 


p 


N 






DAUGHERTY -SAFE' PICK 


s 


2 


6/16/86 


D 


4 




N 






WASHBURN HIGH ON GOLUEN STATE DRAFT -WISH LIST' 


H 


2 


6/17/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 






7(>ERS STILL UNSETTLED ON FIRST SELECTION IN 1 986 NBA DRAFT 


H 


2 


6/17/86 





1 




N 






DAUGHERTY NO. 1 PICK IN DRAFT 


s 


2 


6/17/86 


D 


1 




N 






NPA FANS WANT INSTANT STARS 


s 


2 


6/17/86 





1 


p 


N 






TIME'S THF REST JUOGE OF TUESDAY'S WINNERS 


H 


2 


6/18/86 





1 


p 


U 


071 




DAUGHFRTY AWAKES TO CLEVELANO 


H 


2 


6/18/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 






A BUMPER CROP 


s 


2 


6/18/86 





1 




U 


018 




SURPRISES HIGHLIGHT NBA DPAFT 


s 


2 


5/18/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 






AT RANDOM 


s 


2 


6/19/86 


B 


1 




U 


018 




FANFARE: MOST NBA-DRAFTEO SENIORS NOT GRAOS 


H 


2 


6/26/86 





3 




N 






FANFARE: OAUGHERTY SPEAKS OUT 


H 


2 


7/1 I/R6 


C 


1 


p 


N 






DAUGHFRTY. CAVS CLOSE ON PACT 


H 


2 


9/24/66 





i 


p 


N 






CAVS SIGN DAUGHERTY 


S 


2 


10/01/86 





2 




N 






OAUGHERTY CA/S' 56 MILLION MAN 


H 


2 


10/02/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 






HAWKS ROUT CAVALIERS 


H 


2 


10/15/86 


D 


2 




N 


071 




DAUGHFRTY DOESN'T EXPECT EARLY NBA SUCCESS 


s 


2 


10/16/86 


B 


3 


p 


F 


"15 




GIVING CHASE 


H 


2 


11/06/86 


D 


4 


p 


P 






DAUGHERTY FIGHTIN' STIG"A 


H 


2 


11/06/86 


D 


4 




N 






OAUGHERTY, JEAN 




















DURHAM WOMAN SEEKS WOPD ON BROTHER JAILED IN S. AFRICA 


H 


2 


6/17/86 


A 


1 




N 






U.S. OFFICIALS WANT TO VISIT JAILED MAN 


S 


2 


6/17/86 


C 


1 




N 


885 




WAIT 'HARO' FOR WOMAN IN DURHAM 


H 


? 


6/18/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 






U.S. OFFICIALS STILL TRYING To SEE YOUTH 


s 


2 


6/18/86 


C 


1 


p 


N 


•135 




BROTHER OF OU°HAM WOMAN FREED 


H 


2 


0/19/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 






DURHAM WOMAN 'EXCITED' BY BROTHER'S RELEASE 


s 


2 


6/19/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


P85 




DURHAM WOMAN'S ISKOTHER HAS MUCH TO TELL OF JAIL STAY 


H 


2 


6/23/86 


A 


1 




N 


S80 




UURHAM WOMAN PROUO OF JAILEO SIBLING'S DARING 


s 


2 


6/23/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 




n 


OAUGHERTY, SCOTT ICHARLOTTE) 




















N.C. BUSINESSES URGED TO GO AFTER FEDERAL CONTRACTS 


H 


2 


6/19/86 


A 


24 




N 




! 


DAUGHEP.TY, SCOTT 1SAN DIEGO, CAL.I 




















DURHAM WOMAN SEEKS WOPO ON BROTHER JAILED IN S. AFRICA 


H 


2 


6/17/86 


A 


1 




N 






U.S. OFFICIALS WANT TO VISIT JAILED MAN 


S 


2 


6/17/86 


c 


1 




N 


885 




WAIT 'HARO' FOR WOMAN IN DURHAM 


H 


2 


6/18/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 






U.S. OFFICIALS STILL TRYING TO SEE YOUTH 


s 


2 


6/18/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


885 




BROTHER OF DURHAM WOMAN FREEO 


H 


2 


6/19/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 






DURHAM WOMAN 'EXCITEO' BY BROTHER'S RELEASE 


s 


2 


6/19/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


885 




DURHAM WOMAN'S BROTHER HAS MUCH TO TELL OF JAIL STAY 


H 


2 


6/23/86 


A 


1 




N 


S80 




DURHAM WOMAN PROUO OF JAILEO SIBLING'S DARING 


S 


2 


6/23/86 


c 


I 


p 


N 






CLEARING THE RECORD 


H 


2 


6/24/86 


A 


2 




N 






DAUGHTERY, SCOTT 




















UNC GETS DEFENSE CONTRACTS 


s 


1 


ll/l 1/86 


A 


1 




N 







SELF-IMPROVEMENT 



OAUGHTRIOGE, ANTHONY 

POLICE CHARGE OIFFERENT BROTHER IN SHOOTING 
GRANO JURY INDICTS 2 MEN IN SLAYING 

OAUGHTRIDGE, LUB8Y JR. 

2NU MAN SOUGHT IN KILLING 

POLICE CHARGE OIFFERENT BROTHER IN SHOOTING 

PAUGHTRY, SYLVESTER (GREENSBORO POLICE DEPT.I 

POLICE GROUP FOCUSES ON OFFICERS' CAREER Growth, 

OAVE, CLIFTON LEON (MALLARD AvE.I 

TWO DURHAM MEN FACE FORGERY CHARGE 

DAVENPORT, BERN GRIFFIN I MURFRE ESB0R.0 I 
THREAT CONVICTION 
MAN GUILTY OF THREATENING HE L" S 

DAVENPORT, CURTIS 

CP IMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARRESTS 

DAVENPORT, DAVIO 

WINNERS ANNOUNCED 

DAVENPORT, JERRY 

PLANNER SAYS "ROINANCE TO MEAN PETTER DEVELOPMENT IN WATERSHED 
HENDERSON CITY FL1NNEP BEGINS JOB 

OAVLNPORT, MARGARET SMITH (DECEASED) 
OPITUARY 
OPITUARY 

n AVENPDRT, RICHARD 

CR IMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARRESTS 

OAVENPORY, STACY LF6 

TWO SETS OF BROTHERS INVOLVED IN SHOOTING 
CRIMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARRESTS 
TWO 3R0THERS ARRESTED IN SHOOTING 

DAVENPORT, TVRPNF (CHAPEL HILL) 
CHAPEL HILL'S METER MAN 



H 2 
S 2 


11/26/86 
12/16/86 


C 

A 


1 

6 


N 
N 


H 2 
H 2 


11/25/86 
1 1/26/86 


A 

c 


6 
1 


P N 
N 


S 2 


6/27/86 


c 


1 


N T85 


S 2 


7/03/86 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 
S ? 


1/16/06 
1/16/86 


c 
c 


11 

2 


N 
N 


S 2 


8/27/86 


c 


1 


N 


S 2 


11/20/86 


D 


3 


P N 


H 3 
H 1 


11/21/86 
12/13/86 


B 

c 


1 
1 


N K65 
N 


H 2 
H 2 


12/30/P6 
12/31/86 


A 

c 


8 
4 








S 2 3/27/06 C 1 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



6/27/86 B 5 
9/27/86 C 1 
8/23/86 B 4 



OAVES, BENJAMIN MACOONALD (OECEASEOI 
08 1 TUARV 



6/29/86 D 1 P F C19 
12/26/86 C 5 



MONTHLY/A 



N ,N U A L INDEX 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



NFW FINANCING SOUGHT FOR REPAIR, EXPANSION OF MUNICIPAL SFRVICES 
OAVID - YERUMG, FE^I 

CITY-COUNTY TOURNAMENT SET 

DAVIO-YERUMO BREEZES IN CITY-COUNTY TENNIS 

HENRY'S RUN COMES TO HALT 

OAVID-YERUMO COLLECTS TITLE, «AY 'RETIRE' 

OAVID-YERUMO WINS FIFTH CHAMPIONSHIP 

DAVIDSON, DOUGLAS K. 

6 FILE FOR OFFICE IN DURHAM TOOAY 
COMMISSIONER CANOIOAIFS WON'T FACE PRIMARY 
JEFFERSON MARKETING INC. ORGANIZES SIX SUBSIDIARIES 
TREY6URN FOE SAYS PETITION U A<: 'A LAST ACT OF DEFIANCE ■ 
REPORTS: LEARY LEADS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING " 

DOUG WHO? HF'S RUNNING FOR WHAT? 

KgBlSS?! ^PS C ^D Y I 9 S?UE° UR " ES * EJtC ' IU * OF "ONOS 
DAVIDSON RAPS COMMISSIONERS UN FINANCES 

Il^IOn'c'uIOF^HA^^UN^ COMMISSIONERS 

iL^Tl2^S 6 ? R OU^A°M S !oUNV? E ^SS?S C S?0 U Ei^S BOiRD 
C D ^fY 4 rlR S 0^H F SAY G ^p TY B0ARSlr^NCER^ "MMt SS.CNERS RE-ELECTED TO 

DAVIDSON, LAWRENCE 1CHARL0TTEI 

THREE LEGISLATIVE CONTESTS PIT BLACKS AGAINST BLACKS 

0AV10S0N, P0PIN RENEE (INJURED CHEERLEADER! 

SERIUUSLY INJURED CHEERLEADER RETURNING TO CLASSES AT UNC 

DAVIS, ANN VEAZEY (ZEBULONI 
REMFMBER VEAZEY RIDGE? 

DAVIS, ANNIE HARRIS (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DAVIS, ARCHIE 

THREE RECEIVE UNC'S DAVIE AWARD 

500 ARRESTS SEEN FROM DRUG PRTBE 

N ^£; DEDICATING MONIJMFNT TO 'FARTHEST AT GETTYSBURG' 

NORTH CAROLINA ENDS F E UO WITH V I RG INI A OVER C IV I L WAR 

DAVIS, BENJA"IN 

HE CHATTED WITH ELEANOR ROOSEVELT OVER TEA 

OAVIS, BLAN'CHE HARRIS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS, BRENOA AIKENS (DECEASEDI 

WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON N. C . 49 

DAVIS, CARL EDWIN (CHARLOTTE! 

MURDER CHARGED IN CHARLOTTE CASE 

""''GL^^LicS'Nb^ofT^- 4ND R '° GEW4Y '^ 

DAVIS, CHARLES M. 

■RIGHTS FOR SERPENTS' 

OAVIS, CHARLES W. (ARCHITECT! 

FOUNDATION OF LIBRARY IS SAGGING 

DAVIS, CHUCK 

AFRICAfJ-AMER ICAN GROUP TO PERFORM 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

CHILDREN WILL CELEBRATE PEACE 

IT'S AFRICAN OANCIN' TIME 

FAMILIAR GROUPS TAKE STAGE F03 DANCE FESTIVAL'S 2ND WFFK 

aTexhilaSIt.n'g'e'veniSE! D4NCE RETURNS '^,bM^ N0 -EEK 
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In*?RI S^of^lHT"' 00 ^ F ° R HELP ' Nr - THE EN0 

^WA M NZAr^ E ( % FO S E R S ffA R ^ HOM D E ANCE "^^ 

OAVIS, CLARENCE IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS, CLIFFORD DELANE 

INMATF GIVEN PASSES OESPITE ARRESTS ON LEAVE 

OAVIS, DANNY (BASEBALL COACH] 
FANFARE: PSU NAMES COACH 

OAVIS, DERICK (GRAHAM, N.C.I 

•WORD-BLIND' GRAHAM MAN FINDS SUCCESS AT N.C STaTF 
GRAHAM MAN WITH DYSLEXIA SUC CE SSFUL N.C. STATE STUDENT 

OAVIS, DEWEY 

"WE SUPPORT THE COUNTY PONDS." (ADI 

0AVIS on?TuARY CLIFFORD ' KF:rMaN<; vi lu ei (deceased) 

OBITUARY 
OAVIS, DIANE HOLOITCH 

P S E ^p;i' Rf . l ?, F4N ! S ,,;:f A E^■ HITH SLEEPING HABITS 
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OAVIS, EOOIE RONALO (HENDERSON! 

500 ARRESTS SEEN FROM DRUG PROBE 

OAVIS, ELAINE 

A SINFUL LIBRARY EXHIBIT 

DAVIS, ELYCHIA RENEE 

EXTORTION BID FOILEO IN DURHAM 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST TWO IN ALLEGED EXTORTION cruEMt 

MAN FACING EXTORTION CHARGE TAKEN BACK TO oSrham H jaIL 
OAVIS, EUGENE JR. (RALEIGH! 

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ZONING BOARD GRIPES LEGITIMATE NEWS STORY s 2 10/15/86 A A E 

OAVIS, GEORGE EDWARD "PEE-HEE" JR. 

DURHAM P0LICE-S8I DRUG STING NETS 35 s 2 7/09/86 A 1 N T85 

OAVIS, GORCON W. 

REAL ESTATE B'OKER LOSES LICENSE H 2 7/24/86 B 3 N 

DAVIS. H. M. (CHAPEL HILLI 

NOT A NEW BREED H 2 2/07/86 A A L 

WHO PUT GLASS IN BARY FOOD? H 2 3/06/86 A 4 L 

OAVIS, HARRY H. DR. IASU ECONOMICS UEPT.) 

ANOTHER RECORD YEAR SEEN FOR N.C. THRIFTS H 2 1/16/86 A 18 tl L40 

ECONOMIST: FURTHER DROPS IN LOAN RATES. NO INFLATION H 2 10/05/86 D 11 U L41 

OAVIS, HUG" C. 

COUNTY GETS EXPERT HELP WITH INVENTORY H 2 3/17/86 CAN M97 

COUNTY TO 0=1 ADVICE ON PRESERVING HERITAGE S 2 U/2VR6 B 1 N M06 

REPORT IOENTIFIES FIVE PROBLEMS IN COUNTY'S APPROACH TO PLANNING H 2 11/23/86 c 1 N »97 

DURHAM DIVISIVENESS SAID HURTING PLANNING S 2 11/24/86 A N M06 

STUDY: CUUNTY NEEDS PRO-LAND GROUP S ? 11/25/86 C 1 P N M06 

OAVIS. ISABELLA 1AUTH0P1 

IS OROPPING BOMBS AN ACT OF WAR' H 2 4/27/86 A L 

LET THE RUSSIANS STARVE H 2 6/09/86 A A L 

OAVIS, J. MICHAEL 

ACCIOENT IS A WARMING H 7 7/09/86 A A L 

OAVIS, JAMES E. DR. 

MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COSTS AFFECTING CARE, LAWYER SAYS H 2 4/l"/86 CM N 

OPEN HOUSE S 2 4/24/86 A 2 P ° L20 

MEDICAL INSURANCE EXPLAINEO H 2 5/26/86 A 4 L 

HEALTH FAIR I" BE 'BEST IN STATE' H 2 9/12/86 A 1 ■> N C 60 

MEOICAL INOUSTRY PUMPS tl BILLION INTO DURHAM S 1 9/23/86 A 1 P N *8S 

THANKS GIVEN FOR ALL WHO MAOE HEALTH FAIR A SUCCESS S 2 10/22/86 A 4 L 

MEOICAL VOLUME EOITEO BY DR. JIMMY DAVIS IS 'VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION' H 2 10/26/86 3 P R H45 

DAVIS, JAMES EDWARO IC'SWELL CO.) 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION H 1 2/05/86 B 5 N 

ONLY 2 PACES DECIOED IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES H 1 5/05/86 B 3 N 

OAVIS. JAMES T. (ROXBOROP 

COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST ROXPCPO LAWYER H 1 10/21/66 B I N S 80 

DAVIS. JAMES W. (WILMINGTONI (DECEASED! 

MEMORIAL SERVICE CONDUCTED F09 EX-PORTS AUTHORITY OFFICIAL H 2 10/02/86 8 7 

DAVIS, JANE 

UNFORTUNATE CHANGES H 2 1/09/86 A 4 L 

JORDAN LAKE WATER ALLOCATION Tu BE STUDIEO S 2 2/20/B6 C 1 N W82 

MEN FLEE OFFICER ON PATROL S 2 3/20/86 C 1 N 

OFFICIAL: NEED NUT URGENT FOR JORDAN WATER S 2 4/15/86 A 5 N W8> 

CITY LEADERS TOUR FESTIVAL S 2 7/15/86 A 1 P N 835 

3 COUNCILMEN, MAYOR PLEOGE FESTIVAL SUPPORT H 2 7/16/86 C 1 N W66 

DANCE FEST GETS PLEDGE OF SUPPORT S 1 7/16/86 C I P N 

CONFERENCE'S AIM: MAKING HOMES AFFOROABLE AGAIN H 2 9/25/86 U 7 P N "97 

HOUSING. GROWTH TOP LEAGUES AGENDA S 2 10/10/86 C 1 P N H70 

COUNCIL MEMBER GOING TO LEAGUE CONVENTION H 2 10/11/86 C 3 N 

COUNCIL TO ATTEND CONFERENCE ON CITIES S 2 11/27/86 C 1 P N H70 

DAVIS. JERRY WAYNE 

TRUCKER HELPS OFFICER CONCLUOE 1-85 CHASE H 2 2/2I/ p 6 L 1 N 

MAN CHARGED WITH 5TH DWI S 2 2/21/86 A 10 N 

OAVIS, JIMMY 

COUPLE LOOKS FORWARO TO CLOSE MARRIAGE H ? tl/23/86 E 7 P F H45 

DAVIS, JOHN 

RUNOFFS SCHEDULEO IN 5 LEGISLATIVE, 1 CONGRESSIONAL RACE H 2 5/14/86 C 5 N 

10TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS TO CHOOSE NOMINEE H 2 6/03/86 A 10 N 

OAVIS, JOHN ANTHONY (FORMER NC MUSEUM GUARD) 

GUARD FOUND GUILTY OF OAMAGING ART MUSEUM S 2 3/29/86 A 17 N 

OAVIS, JOHN PENDER (SHANNON ROAD) 

DURHAM TEEN CHARGED IN THEFT H 2 2/09/86 6 4 N 

MICROWAVE OVEN STOLEN S 2 2/11/86 A 5 N 

DAVIS, JOSEPH HOOGES IMOCKSVILLE) (DECEASED) 

NAMES RELEASED OF 3 WHO DIED IN FORSYTH WRECK H 2 6/1A/86 C 2 N 

DAVIS, JOSEPH MARVIN (CLIMAX) (DECEASED) 

WOMAN CONVICTED OF HIRING MAN TO KILL HER HUSBAND H 2 2/15/86 BAN 

MUROER SENTENCE H 2 B/22/R6 B 4 N 

^AVIS, KATIE LEE MAYNARD (MOCKSVlLLEI (DECEASEOI 

NAMES RELEASED OF 3 WHU DIED IN FORSYTH WRECK H 2 6/14/86 C 2 N 

DAVIS, KEITH OLANZO 

POLICE MAKE SECCNO ARREST IN FOOD THEFTS H 3 4/04/86 B 1 N 

DURHAM MAN INDICTEU FOR EMBEZZLING FOOD S 2 8/07/86 C 2 N 

DAVIS, KENT DR. 

A VICIOUS CHARGE H 7 8/07/86 A 5 L 

DAVIS, LAMBERT MRS. (LHAPEL HILLI 

REAL PLDOD NOT KETCHUP H ? 4/25/86 A 4 L 

DAVIS, L'NELLE 

NEW PROGRAM EXTENDS CULTURAL ACTIVITIES S 2 11/27/86 D ID P N »7l 

DAVIS, LEWIS E. ICHAPEL HILLI I0ECEASE0I 

OBITUARY H 2 4/03/86 B 7 n 

OAVIS. LYDA STANLEY IOECEASEDI 

U8ITUARY H 2 12/13/86 C 6 n 

OAVIS. LYNN "ARIF 

GOP NOMINATES TEAGUE, SHARPE IN ALAMANCE H 1 5/08/86 BIN 

OAVIS. MARK IUMSTEAO RCAOI 

RUNAWAY TRACTOR INJURES MAN: PASSFRSBY FIND HIM IN FIELD H 2 10/29/86 C 5 N 

VICTIM IMPROVES S 2 10/3O/O6 A 3 N 

OAVIS. MARK ALLEN IMEBANE) 

MEBANF MAN SHOT INSIOE APARTMENT H I 11/21/86 B 1 N 

^AVIS. MARK PET 

500 ARRFSTS SEEN FROM DRUG PR^BE H 2 5/18/86 A 19 N 

DAVIS. MARY ELIZAB C TH 

TIP LEADS TO COCAINE SEIZURE S 2 8/25/86 C 3 N 

DAVIS. MILFS 



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OAVIS CONCERT RESCHEDULED 

STAGVILLE HOLDS BLACK-HISTORY EVENT 

MILES DAVIS CONCERT POSTPONED 

MILES DAVIS TO PERFORM AT UNC 

3 ACCUSED OF FRAUD OVER DAVIS CONCERT 

TICKET CASE BOND CUT IS OENIED 

BOND TERMS CHANGED IN CONCERT CASE 

RECORO BAR GIVING MILES OAVIS REFUNDS 

CHARGE DROPPED IN CONCERT CASF 

TWO RETURN FROM NYC. GO STRAIGHT TO JAIL 

FRAUD SUSPECT OUT UN POND 

CONCERT WITHOUT AN ACT BRINGS INDICTMENTS 

TICKET SCAM CHARGES DISMISSED 

'""jUMJSlIS MILLER IPALTIMORE, MO . I (DECEASEDI 
UB 1 1 UA R Y 

OAVIS. NORRIS 

UNC'S DAVIS HAS DEFENSE MAPPED OUT FOR JACKETS 

OAVIS. OSCAR IOECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS. PATRICIA (TRACK! 

OAVIS WOMEN'S MVP IN TAR HEEL INVITATIONAL 

OAVIS. PATRICIA ANN (OECEASEOI 

PATRICIA OAVIS. ROGFRS-HERR TEACHER, COACH 

DAVIS, PATRICK K. (OWASAI 

VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION TO BE ASKED 

NO RAIN, NO UNC POOL WATER: NATATORIUM AT SMITH CENTER DRY UNTIL.. 
DAVIS, PAUL IALAMANCE CO. I 

??Yi:L?!'-!: S°T SEE * SECOND TE?M ON ALAMANCE BOARD 

daviTlook^ack oS »J«HAN& N R§A°f, tIrm BL,c * n PRIH4RY ,N fl0VEMB?R 

OAVIS, PAUL SPENCER (CHAPEL HILLI 

INJURED WOMAN CITED AFTER WRECK 

INJURED DRIVER FACES TRAFFIC VIOLATION CHARGE 

OAVIS, FEABL TILCEY (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS. R. S. (DAIRY FARMER) 

ASHFBORO DAIRYMAN SELLING HERO 

OAVIS, RALPH T. (JAMES ST. I 

MAN HURT AS CAR OVERTURNS INTO YARD 

DAVIS, RANDY D. 

WHEEZING EMBARRASSES SYMPHONY FAN 

DAVIS. REGINALD MARSHALL IHILLSBORDUCHI (DECEASEDI 
OB I TUARY 

DAVIS, REIO 

REIO DAVIS TO COACH EAST 

l?sJen H he're RE,D D1VIS T0 HE4d east 4LL - ST4KS 

DAVIS TO OVERCOME MISSING STARS? 

EAST ALL-STAR "REPLACEMENTS' STEP IN AND STAND OUT IN WIN 

DAVIS, RETT 

OFFICIAL SAYS DROUGHT'S COSTS ARE MOUNTING IN ALAMANLE 

OAVIS, REUBEN (FOOTDALLI 

UNC OFFENSIVE LINE TARGETS KANSAS OB 

UNC'S DAVIS GFTTING FEEL FOR CHANGE I TO I THE GUARD 

OAVIS, RICK (ASHEBOROI 

CCMIC ELEMENT ADDEO TO FILMS 

OAVIS, ROBBIE (ROXBOROI 

CRUISING 'THE ONLY THING TO DO- 
DAVIS, SHIRLEY H. (NEwTONI (DECEASEDI 

NAMES RELFASEO OF 3 WHO DIED IN FORSYTH WRECK 

1*VIS, SHIRLEY WORLEY (GASTONIAI (DECEASEDI 
GASTONIA WOMAN DIES IN APARTMENT FIRE 

DAVIS, SIMFON (FAYETTEVILLE I 

FAYETTEVILLE POLICE FOIL BOMS PLOT 
R2HSF. T S M 48 T "OBBERY-ASSASSINATin.N PLOT 
OFFICIALS TO SEEK FAYETTEVILLE PLOT, IDAHO 

DAVIS, STEPHANIE (MJCKLENbURGI 

VALEDICTOP IAN SELECTION GREAT'S DISPUTE 

OAVIS, TAMMY MICHELLE (GRAHAMI 

3 ARRFSTED AFTER CHASE AT 100 MPH 

OAVIS, TERRY (PASKETRALL COACHI 

B.Sit CU.t'Phi'lLsIoe' 6 "* " ' "' " " T PDSI ^ 

"""oURHA^hVTHE^Ovl B ' 0L ° GY T - 4CH "' 

DURHAM VOTERS SEND CODED MESSAGES FOR '80S PROGRAM 

DAVIS, TIMOTHY S. ( HENDER SONV I LLE I 

MAN CHARGED IN SCALDING OF 4-YEAK-OLD 

HENOERSONVILLE MAN CHARGED IN SCALDING Of 4-YEAR-OLD 

n * VIS l.JH M . «|NJURED CONSTRUCTION W3RKERI 
MACHINERY INJURES MAN AT NEWSPAPERS 
cif?£ P .E£Vb§ H0R f FR *T HERALD- 1UN BUILDING 

ItItI R G JSBj"saKg*rg?»?s fat,l 4Cc,oent 4i HPR4Lr 

OAVIS, TONYA LOUISE 

MAN ROBS RESTAURANT, GETS S700 

OAVIS, VICKIE 

BETTEP SUPERVISION NEEDFO 

OAVIS, VIRGINIA ANN (GUILFORD CO. I 

SuSoER C SENTENCE ° F H "" NG H4N T0 « iLL HER HUSBAND 

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DAVIS ESTABLISHES 1 1 . 4 MILLION FUND TO LURE TEACHERS FROM STUDENT BODY 
DAVIS DION'T GIVE UNC S12 MILLION FOR LIbRARY 
STORY ON SCHOLARSHIP ERRED ON DAVIS* BACKGROUND 

OAVIS, WES (DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES...! 
CAN COMMUNITY SERVICE SAVE PARKS? 
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DAVIS, WILLIAM E. 
OBITUARY 

OAVIS. WILL IAM E. JR. 

FOR u ER SUBSTITUTE TEACHER CHANGED WITH S ASSAULTS 
POLICE ARREST EX-SUBSTITUTE T=ACHER 
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER NOT GUILTY OF ASSAULT 

OAVIS. WILLIAM MERRITT 

WOMAN INJURED IN 1-15 WRECK 

DAVYOOF, VIKTOR 

FORMER SOVIET TELLS OF ABUSES 

OAWES, TERESA 

PROBATION O c FICFRS AVERAGE CARRYING 34 CASES TOO MANY 

DAWK INS, JOHNNY 

DUKE'S DAWKINS ALWAYS READY FDR TERPS 

DUKE'S JOHNNY DAWKINS LOOKS FOR OPEN MAN... 

DUKE, STATE FINISH ONE WHISTLE APART 

BLUE DEVILS SLIP PAST WOLFPACK: DAwKINS HITS LATE FOUL SHOTS FOR. ..WIN 

DAWKINS STANDS OUT IN THE CLUTCH, AGAIN 

JOHNNY'S 'D' SAVES BLUE OEVILS 

DAWKINS TOPS AGAIN 

SOMETHING SPtCUL: HENDERSON KEY INGREDIENT IN DEVILS' SUCCESS 

HENDERSON HAS STAR'S ROLE ON HAWKINS* DAY 

THE LITTLE GUYS RULF COLLEGE BASKETBALL 

ALARIE'S 'NUMBERS' LUST IN DEVILS' DEEP CLASS 

DUKE SENIORS WANT 'MEMORABLE' FINISH 

DUKE'S CLASS ACT: SFNIOPS" STORY ONE OF MODEST BEGINNINGS... 

OUKE PAIR TOPS ACC'S DYNAMIC DUOS 

FRUM DuKt'S CLASS OF •(!'., A CLASS ACT 

BIAS UNANIMOUS ON ALL-ACC SENIUM FIVE 

ALL-ACC 

ACC TR in MAKE 1ST !=«» 

A DEVIL OF AN ACC TDUPNMENT: "AWKINS' HFkOICS LEAD DUKE UVLP TfcFH... 

DAWKINS NO. 1 WHEN IT COUNTED 

ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BIAS, AGAIN 

DEVILS MATCH KNIGHT'S BFST? 

DAWKINS, BIAS HAKE 1ST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 

DAwKINS, BIAS ON AP 1ST TEAM 

DUKE SENIORS ENOING RAGS-TO-RI CHES ODYSSEY 

DUKE'S DAWKINS WINS 1986 NAISMITH AWARD 

DAWKINS NATION'S TOP PLAYER 

OUKE, DEPAUL MATCH GOALS 

OUKE'S JOHNNY CAWKINS, MVP IN THE NCAA EAST REGIONAL... 

DAWKINS SMALL IN STATURE, BUT BIG IN SOX SCORES 

DUKE BASKETBALL TEAM GOOD EXAMPLE OF CLASS 

BIG TROPHY 

oisabled compete at special olympics 

curtain call: sfniors take bow at bajduet 

dawkins tops ouke awaros 

duke's dawkins and krzyzewsm get more honors 

memories 

•the swing' still there, putting is not 

first amd foremost... 

franchise player missing, but draft is plenty deep 

daugherty 'safe' pick 

nba fans want instant stars 

time's the best judge of tuesday's winners 

a bumper crop 

surprises highlight nba draft 

fanfare: most npa-drafted seniors not grads 

dawkins inks 4-year contract with spurs 

dawkins signs pact with spurs 

jordan favors nba drug tests 

dawson. eugene wesley i chapel hilli ideceasedi 
obi tuary 

Dawson, grayl Ing 

policeman hurt in two-car crash 
durham policeman pack on job 

dawson. helen hayes 

jury selection begins in kidnapping trial 
judge denies motion to delay battle trial 
dawson enters plea in aunt's abduction 
man gets 12 years in abduction of his aunt 

dawson. john e. 

jury selection begins in kidnapping trial 
judge denies motion to delay battle trial 
dawson enters plea in aunt's abouction 
man gets 12 years in abouction of his aunt 

dawson, lord 

•good' act backfires 

dawson, marie f. 

two accidents injure four, 

dawson, mercy dee 

cyclist cr it ically hurt 
accident victim remains critical 

hawson, raymond 

FIC 
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SPANG 



TIE UP INTERSTATE 85 TRAFFIC 



IN, RAYMCNO H. 

OFFICIALS SAY NCCU FINANCES WELL MANAGED 
UNC OFFICIALS GET UNUSUAL RAISES 

SPANGLEP: UNC ID DEFER ACTION ON ATHLETIC POLICIE? 
UNC ENROLLMENT UP O c SPITE TREND 
ENROLLMENT OF BLACKS WON'T HEFT GUIDELINES 
UNC TO CONTINUE PROCEDURES FOR GAINING BLACKS 
TWO FACTORS SEEN AS HAMPERING UNC ENROLLMENT GOAL' 

DAWSON, REGINALD CLAY 

MAN ARRESTED DN HIT-AND-RUN, 1THER CHARGES 

DAWSON, RICHARD RICARDO I HI LL S a OR OJ GH I 

4 SEXUAL CHARGES LODGED AGAINST MAN 

DAWSON, TOM (RALEIGH ENSFMBLF PLAYFRSI 

RALEIGH PLAYERS SFTTLE OOWN F~ R 'TUNA' 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 

S 2 10/02/16 B 5 N 



H 3 12/01/B6 B 1 P N 
S 2 12/12/B6 C 9 N 

H 3 12/13/R6 C I N 



S 2 8/06/86 C 13 J 

S 2 8/07/86 A 1 J 

H 2 12/19/16 B 1 N L40 



H 2 12/26/16 C 



H 2 
S 2 

H 2 



2/25/16 
2/25/06 
5/30/16 



N S82 



H ? 5/07/16 A 13 N 

S 2 2/07/16 A 1 P N M06 



H 2 


4/02/86 


B 


1 




N 


S60 


S 2 


1/03/16 


D 


1 


p 


U 


019 


S 2 


2/10/06 


D 


I 


P 


P 


K30 


H 2 


2/16/86 


C 


1 


D 


•J 


071 


H 2 


2/16/16 


c 


I 


P 


N 


C5? 


H 2 


2/17/86 


B 


2 


P 


u 


D71 


H 2 


2/17/B6 


B 


2 


P 


N 


C52 


S 2 


2/18/16 





3 




N 




S ? 


2/19/16 


D 


I 


P 


N 


D18 


H 2 


2/23/16 


C 


1 


P 


II 


M14 


H 2 


2/23/16 


C 


6 




N 




S 2 


2/25/86 


B 


1 


P 


H 


F25 


S 2 


3/01/16 


A 


10 


D 


U 


018 


H 2 


3/0?/06 


C 


1 


P 


N 


M14 


H 2 


3/07/R6 


C 


4 


P 


N 


F5? 


II ? 


3/1)4/16 


A 






r 




H 2 


3/04/06 


U 


2 


P 


N 




S 2 


3/04/06 


B 


2 


P 


II 




S 2 


3/06/16 


B 


7 




M 




H 2 


3/10/86 





i 


P 


N 


C52 


H 2 


3/1 1/86 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


3/11/16 


D 


1 


P 


N 




S 2 


3/11/16 





I 


P 


II 


nip 


5 2 


3/1 1/86 


D 


2 


c 


N 




H 2 


3/12/86 


D 


1 


c 


N 




S 2 


3/12/06 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


3/14/86 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


3/14/16 


D 


2 


p 


H 




H 2 


3/21/16 





1 


p 


n 


071 


S 2 


3/24/16 





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p 


L20 


S 2 


3/26/16 


D 


3 




N 




S 2 


4/02/16 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


4/02/86 


C 


I 


p 


P 


M66 


S 2 


4/08/16 


B 


1 


p 


N 


59 


H 2 


4/1 7/86 


D 


1 


p 


U 


071 


H 2 


4/17/86 





2 




N 




H 2 


4/30/16 





3 


p 


N 




S 2 


5/02/B6 


A 


2 


p 


P 


K30 


H 2 


5/18/16 


B 


4 


p 


N 




H 2 


6/1 5/86 


B 


6 


p 


N 




H 2 


6/15/86 


B 


6 


p 


N 




S 2 


6/16/16 


D 


4 




N 




S 2 


6/17/86 





1 


p 


N 




h 2 


6/18/86 





1 


p 


U 


D71 


S 2 


6/18/86 





1 




U 


018 


S 2 


6/18/16 


D 


I 


p 


N 




H 2 


6/26/86 


D 


3 




N 




h 2 


7/24/16 





1 




N 




S 2 


7/24/16 


B 


3 


p 


N 




S 2 


8/07/86 


B 


2 




N 




H ? 


1/29/86 





6 




n 




H 2 


12/02/16 


B 


4 




N 




S 2 


12/02/16 


C 


5 




N 




H 2 


1/01/86 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


1/01/06 


C 


9 




N 




H 3 


1/03/16 


B 


1 


p 


►1 


W27 


S 2 


1/03/16 


A 


3 




N 




H 2 


1/01/86 


C 


1 




N 




S ? 


1/01/86 


c 


9 




"1 




h 3 


1/03/86 


B 


I 


p 


N 


W27 


S ' 


1/03/06 


A 


3 




N 





H 2 12/12/06 A 



H 2 10/29/16 B 



H 
H 


2 
2 


4/21/16 C 
4/22/16 C 


1 N 

7 N 




H 

s 

s 

H 
S 

H 
H 


2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


4/30/16 C 
8/12/16 A 
11/14/86 A 
1 1/15/16 C 
11/15/16 B 
12/31/16 C 
12/31/86 C 


1 N 
7 N 
1 N 
1 N 
1 N 

i r n 

1 N 


F5D 
L90 

190 
L90 



H 2 5/08/86 B 
H 2 12/02/16 C 
H 2 9/12/06 



7 P F W66 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/R6 



0AWSDN, ULIS N. 

HASONS DEPUTY GRAND MASTER TO GIVE AODRESS 

HAY. BARRY (OECEASEDI 

CRASH OF WINSTON-SALEM HOSPITAL HFLICOPTER KILL 1 : 3 

COPTER PILOT REPORTED NO PkOBLEMS 

NO SIGNS OF MECHANICAL FAILURF FOUND IN HELICOPTER CRASH 

1,000 ATTEND CRASH VICTIMS' SFRVICES 

ltOOO MOURN CREW OF AMBULANCE COPTER 

AIRCARE RESUMES HELICOPTER FLIGHTS 

DAY, DEREK S. 

GPANVILLE EXTFNSION AGENT HONORED 

DAY, LENSON VIC (ROur.E"0NTI (DECEASEDI 
MAN DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND 

DAY, LORENZO WIL"URN IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DAY, MASON C. JR. 

TAYLOR HAS HIS CAR DIALFD IN AT OC S 
SPEEOWAY 'JEEDS RESCUE SOUAD 
SPEEDWAY AMBULANCE 

DAY, TOMMY (BASKETBALL COACHI 

CHAMPIONS PERSON, VANCE REAP REWAROS OF WINNING 

DAY, WINFORD RAY (ELGIN, S.C.I 

WOMAN CONVICTED OF HIRING MAN TO KILL HER HUSBAND 

OAYE, CEPHUS 

DURHAM MAN HURT IN FLIMFLAM 

DAYE, CHARLENE B. 

MS. DAYE GETS POST 

DAYE, CHARLES E. 

WESTERFIELD IS NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN 
NEW NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN CHOSEN 

DAYE, CHARLIE JAMES I HI LL SBOROUGH P IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DAYE. CLIFTON LEON (MALLARD AVE. I 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH CHECK FORGERY 

DAYE, JAMES WADOELL "RED DAY C " 

DURHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 

DAYE, JOHN OODIE (HILLSBOROUGH) IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

DAYE, KATIF 

STOLEN GOODS FOUND IN HOUSE 

ORANGE MAN CHARGED WITH STEAKHQUSE ROBBERY 

OAYE, SHELDON 

16-YEAR-OLD TO BE TRIED AS ADULT ON ASSAULT CHARGE 

DAYE, SIM (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DAYE, WALTER 0. 

NAACP HONORS LABOR ACTIVIST AT FUND DINNER 

DAYTON, WALTER "POP" 

■MAMMY- HELD SOUTH'S AFFECTION 

IE BRUIJN, NCR3ERT P. DR. 

DUKE SCANS HEARTS OF SURGERY PATIENTS 

DE CHIRICO, GIORGIO 

A MEETING OF METAPHYSICAL MINDS 
DE CHIRICO GETS RECONSIDERATION 

OE &ENNES, PIERRE-GILLES DR. 

DUKE PHYSICS LECTURE TONIGHT 

DE LA MADRID, MIGUFL 

HELMS CHARGES MEXICAN ELECTION FRAUD 
A NATION OF PESSIMISM 

DE LAUREMTII5, DINO (MOVIE PRODUCE'I 

COMPANY TO FILM SCIENCE FILTI3N MOVIE IN ANSON COUNTY 
FILM CREW WANTS TROOPS TO GO AFTER KING KONG 
DAMAGED PATROL CRUISER TAKEN OUT FOR A RIDE 
CATTLE CALL LEADS TO EXTRA CAREER 
WILMINGTON TAKES STAR 6ILLING 

DE LUCA, GUSTAVO 

SOCCER COACH: BALL'S SHAPE IS 'PERFECT' 

DE MAINE, HARRY 

PRINTS AT ACKLAND SHOW COLLABORATION BETWEEN ARTISTS 
OE MARIA, GAIL 

CHRISTMAS PAST OFFERS CONTRAST 

DE ROGATIS, AL 

DEROGATIS. SPURRIER TO BE INDUCTED 

DE SILVA, MICHAEL 

11 MILLION LOST IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE CLASS SCAM 
DEAL, FLOYD WAYNE (CREEDMOORI 

SEPTIC TANK CLEANER ACCUSEO OF DUMPING SEWAGE ON ROAD 
DEAN, FRANCIS 

BANK BUYING PROPERTY OXFORD PARKING AUTHORITY HAD COVETED 

DEAN, GREGORY LANE |T|MOERLAKEI 

THREE CHARGED IN SHOOTING OUT OF WINOSHIELUS 
DEAN, I. L. "BUCK" 

;?yo^tSfi N ,f; P ? ESSlVAY T0 BE DEDICATED TODAY 

EXPRESSWAY TITLE HONORS 'BUCK' DEAN 

DURHAM FREEWAY CHRISTENED 

DEAN DESERVES HAVING ROAD NAMEO FOR HIM 

EVEN THE HuNORING WAS UNOULY DELAYED 

DEAN, JACK DR. 

INSTITUTE LOOKS FOR LINKS BETWEEN CHEMICALS, DISEASE 
DEAN, JOSEPH ICRIMF CONTRUL '. PUBLIC SAFFTYI 



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S 2 7/28/86 C 


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N 




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H 2 7/31/86 B 


2 


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S 2 11/03/86 A 


3 1 


' N 




H 2 10/26/86 C 


1 1 


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S 2 10/01/86 A 


1 


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S 2 3/27/86 D 
H 2 3/28/86 D 


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9 D N G68 




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H 2 12/02/86 A 


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H 2 3/2D/86 B 
H 2 4/24/86 A 
H 2 6/04/86 A 
H 2 7/04/86 
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17 
6 

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1 f 


H 
N 
N 
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1 N 




S 2 6/13/86 C 


1 F 


N S33 




S 2 10/16/86 


2 


N 




H 2 12/21/86 C 


1 


U L57 




H 2 12/09/86 D 


4 


N 




H 2 10/04/86 A 


1 


N 




H 2 7/02/86 B 


5 


N 




H 2 4/10/86 A 23 


N 




H 2 3/11/86 A 1 1 


N 




H 2 5/27/86 B 
S 2 5/27/86 A 
H 2 5/28/86 C 
S 2 5/28/86 A 
H 2 5/30/86 A 


1 P 

1 P 
1 P 
4 
4 


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N W82 

P R76 

E 

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H 2 3/14/86 B 


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N U A L INDEX 

1/01/S6 - 12/31/06 



DEMOCRATIC CALIFORNIA CONGRESSMAN AIOS FUNCER9URK * S RAP OF RROYHILL 
H.C. CUNSIJERS MAKING CRIMINALS SERVE BULK OF SENTENCES 

OEAN. LAURA 

SHE CONTINUES TO SPIN OUT DANCES 
LAURA DEAN'S WORK SHOWS ARTISTIC GROWTH 
LAURA DEAN REJOINS DANCE i MUSIC 
SPELLBOUND BY LAURA DEAN 

OEAN. LEWIS HENRY 

MAN. 62. GETS 10 YEARS FOR INDECENT LIBERTIES 

MAN. ..BLAMED LAWYER IN PROTESTING 10-YR. SENTENCE FOR INDECENT LIBERTIES 



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3/11/96 B 
3/12/96 C 



N S82 
N S82 



H 2 3/30/96 B 



OEANE. 0ISQU C 0. 

S20 MILLION IS PLEDGED FOR INSTITUTE AT DUKE TO STUDY HUMANITY'S FUTURE 

OUKE GETS LARGEST GIFT SINCE 192". 

120-MILLION CHALLENGES OUKE. FUTURIST SCHOLARS 

t4N i.'o'hiYlion is "leoged for institute at oukf tu stuoy huhanity-s future 

OUKE GETS LARGEST GIFT SINCE 192*. 

DC4 ' <S S20 S MILLI0N IS PLEOGEO FOR INSTITUTE AT DUKE TO STUDY HUMANITY'S FUTURE 
OUKE GETS LARGEST GIFT SINCE 1924 

'HIT SOUAD' NO HIT WITH FOES 

OEASV, MIKE 

COFFEEHOUSE CONCERT 

DEAVER. MICHAEL 

MR. DEAVER CASHES IN 

UEINi CRULLER. DOUGAL. REABOOy C REX THE DOG ICARTGONI 

...I'" UPSET =>Y ALL THIS UGLY TALK AbOUT PUOR MIKE PEAVER... I CAR TOOK I 

BUMPY KEEL NOT OuCKING REAGAN'S 30AT 

AC 10 RAIN: ENVIRONMENT'S ENEMY 

CUT DEAVER'S UMBILICAL 

STOP INFLUENCF PEOOLERS 

WELCOME HOME. MIKE! 1CART00N) 



"EBEAU. ROBIN 

CUSTCER WANTS GREEN TREE RESI STENT T r 



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N 


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12/12/96 


A 
A 


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4/13/86 
4/25/96 
4/27/86 
5/03/96 
5/14/86 
6/13/96 
8/16/86 



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OEBNAM, NELLIE TEASLEY IKENNETT St/JARE. RA.I (OECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 

TRIBUTE TO A FRIEND 
MISS NELLIE HELPED MANY PEOPLE 

OEBRO, JULIUS DR. 

SPEAKERS CLASH ON PRISON OVERCROWDING 

"EBRUHL, RAY 

LEGISLATURE OCCUPYING bUREAUCRAT 

OECARLO. THELMA 

CAMELOT ACADE"Y MAY HAVE TO CLOSE 
SCHOOL INCLUDES GIFTED STUUENTS 
LEADER KEEPS SCHOOL SMALL. FLEXIBLE 

DECASTRO, EMORY 

RESEARCHERS TRACKING DOLPHINS 

OUKE STUOIES DOLPHINS NEAR BEAUFORT 

DECK. DAYNA F. 

BOND PROPOSAL HAS INEOUITIES 

DECKER. ALEX IGITHENS JR. HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL! 
SCHOOLS CHANGING PAY PERIOD 

DECKER. DENNIS H. 

RPU HOUSES TOP N.C. WEATHER STATION 

DEOHON. JEFF 

FOR"ER PULLS BOLSTER BRAVES 

PEERING. MICHAEL T. 

GIVE CU'E MORE CREDIT 

DEES. "ORRIS ISO'JTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER1 

KLAN-PELATEO ACTIVITY BY SOLDIERS ALLEGED 

GLENN MILLER SAYS POLITICAL M"TIVES BEHIND CLAIMS 

DEES UNDERSTANDS YET PURSUES XLAN 

'psychologist SAYS SHE BELIEVES manCUSO INSANE OAY OF SLAYING 

DA PROBFS VALIDITY OF TESTS ON MANCUSO 

DEES. WILLIAM A. 

UNC BOARD APPROVES REOUESTS FOR SI BILLION 

DEFOE. DANIEL 

DANIEL DEFOE, THE ACTIVIST 

,EF0! '£rITE*S K C»y, TOO: HE WROTE BOOK ABOUT ALEX, who OIED OF CYSTIC FIBROSIS 

deford special "ealth fair guest 

oeforc: health is a freedom 

city of medicine cele9rates h-alth fair 

oeforo: a writer's writer 

frank oeforo spfaks out on sports, etc. 

oegas, epwarc ifrench impressionist painteri 
oegas expert speaks 

oegrafeenre iot. caplyle gregory 

school custooun charged with sexual assault 
custodian c"argfd 

oehart - mathews, jame dr. 

OR. DEHART-maThEwS HONORED 

OEJARNETTE. FR60 R. 

N.C. STATE GETS AEROSPACE PLANE GRANT 

DEL ROSAPIO, MAXIMO IDURHAM 9ULLSI 
DURHAM BULLS '86 

DEL ROSARIO SIOESWIPES EAGLES , 

BULLS STAVE OFF THE SPIRITS as DEL ROSARIO «";S pitch 

BULLS END SPIRITS' WIN STREAK 

BULLS' STARS 

BULLS' RELIEF ACE GOING 'SUP' «AY 



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2/24/»6 A 4 

3/01/96 A 4 



3/07/86 C 1 
1/24/96 C 14 



4/24/86 C 1 N S84 
4/25/86 C 1 N 
7/21/86 B 1 P N J40 



3/28/86 C 
3/31/P6 C 



H 2 10/23/86 A 4 L 

S 2 4/22/86 C 1 N S84 

H 2 1/03/86 B 5 N "97 

S 2 4/07/96 2 P U P52 

H 2 3/25/86 A 4 L 



H 2 4/16/96 B 4 
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'DICK" (MERRITT ISLAND, FLA. I (DECEASED! 



DELGADO, JORGE R. (DECEASED) 

N.C. MARINE'S APPEAL REJECIEO 
COURT REJECTS APPEAL 

OELIUS. FREDERICK (COMPOSERI 

DANVILLE FESTIVAL TO CELE8RATF COMPOSER DELIUS 

DELLAPA, JAMIE 

4 MEN VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH IN GATFS COUNTY 
* DIE IN GATES COUNTY PLANE CF ASH 

DELLINGEP. NANCY 

DISCHARGED MENTAL PATIENTS CAUSING CONCERN 

DELLINGER, HALTER E. 

DEADLINE ASKED ON DUKE'S s . AFRICA INVESTMENT 
9^1 TRUSTEES APPROVE AN T I -A PA R THE I D "EASURES 
CAMPAIGNS FOR DECENCY CHIP AT MAGAZINE SALES 

OELOATCHE, DARRELL 

HOME SAVINGS PLANS CONVERSION TO STOCK 
DURHAM SCL TO CONVERT TO STOCK FORM 
HOME SAVINGS OKS CHANGE 
FIVE NOMINATED FOR CHAMBER'S "UARD 

5 NOM1NATEO FOR OURHAM CHAMBER BOARD 

OELOATCHE, G. BRANTLEY (FCX1 

NCSU TAPS 6 DURHAM • AM BAS S A00» S • 
OELOATCHE ELECTEO TO EOUCATION GROUP 

DELONE, DALTON 
OBITUARY 

DELUCIA, E. F. (OURHAM FIRE EP T . 1 

HONEST WURK: FIGHTING FIRES WITH DETERMINATION 
OEMARCHI, NEIL CR. (DUKE UNIV. I 

U.S., CANADA STUMBLING ON PATH TO FREER TRADE 

DUKE PROMOTES TWO TO STATUS OF PROFESSOR 
OEMBECK, BFRNIE 

PENRITH MINI-MALL PLANNED 

DEMENT, JOHN M. DR. 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENTISTS GET AWARDS 

DEMENT, WILLIAM T. 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S RACE DRAWS CANDIDATES 

ES'KJMt? ISISIff ?P? 20 y EARS LOOKS FORWARD TO RETIREMENT 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF SEEKS HELP TO CURB BREAK-INS 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF WARNS OF R0B3ERY BY TRICKERY 

FRANKLIN COUNTY VOTERS ELECT JOHNSON SHERIFF 

FRANKLIN TO NEED AN INTERIM SHERIFF 

0EMER IJI?,,';5I HBYN L * CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASED! 
Un 1 1 U A K Y 

DEMORE, DAVE 

£ EM .S RE p AYlNG BIG OIVIOENOS FIR BLUE nEVILS 
OFMORF HELPS PUT TOUGHNESS IN DUKE '0' 

DEMPSEY, LEONARD 

LOOK OF SUCCESS 

nEHPS £ v ' ?'« (BASEBALL PLAYER) 

OEMPSFY, FRESH ARMS HAVE BIRDS 

OEMPSON, KITTIE MAE HOUGH (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

DENDY, MARK 

YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS, 

DENNARD, KENNY 

DENNARO WINS FIGHT WITH CANCEP 
KENNY DENNARD FACING 2 CHARGES 
DENNARO TO SPEAK AT CANCER MEETING 

OENNING, JOHN T. (CLINTON) 

I, 4 ? H £ E . L El -ECTED TO LEAD RET IS ED PERSONS' GROUP 

NfJ. »«N HEADS OLDER PERSONS GROUP 

FORMER FDUCATOR FROM CLINTON TO LEAD RETIRE C S' ASSJCIATION 

RETIRED CLINTON EDUCATOR AIMS TO IMPROVE IMAGE OF THE ELDERLY 
DENNIS, ARNOLD 

DIRECTOR SAYS YOUTH HOME MAY HAVE TO BE REPLACEO 

DENNIS, LARRY RICHARD (BROWN SUMMIT) 

BOY, 4, LIVED IN 'DRUG WAREHOUSE- 
DENNIS. LIMA PLEASANTS (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY 

DENNIS, TQM 

NFWSPAPFRS OPEN DISTRIBUTION CENTER 

DENNY, ELISHA S. 

UNC HAND REHABILITATION CENTE9 TREATS 

DENNY, WELOON B. ( R AL E I GH I 

WAKE "AN NAMED TO TOBACCO POST 

NEW STATE TOBACCO OFFICIAL HAS FOLLOWED CROP'S HISTORY 

LOWER TOBACCO PRICES BLAMED 0>l TARIFF DEAL H15TnRY 

DENSMORE, MAHNEE 

ENGLISH PUB TO OPEN THIS WEEK AT BRIGHTLEAF 

DENSON, ADAM GERALD (HILLSBOROUGH) (DECEASED) 

ORANGE COUNTY BOY, 10. HIT BY CAR NEAR HIS HOME, DIES 

OENSON, ANDREW 

EK-BULLS GIVE BRAVES VIEW INTO FUTURE 

DENSON. DREW 

DURHAM "ULLS '86 

BULLS LIMP INTO HOMESTAND MINUS TOP 1984 DRAFT PICKS 

DENSON. JOE (CHEF) 

JAIL FOOD IS SIMPLY YUMMY 

nENTON, DAVID R. I " IL LS BOROUGH) 
RESEARCH RECTANGLE PARK? 

DENTON, HAROLD R. 

NRC TOUR FINOS SHFARON HARRIS READY 



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DENTON. JE°EMIAH (ALABAMA! 

S C VEN GOP SENATORS IN TOUGH CAMPAIGNS 

DENTON. JOANN ^ r 

WITCH HANTS TO ENCHANT NASHVILLE WITH SONGS 

nENTONt JOHN WESLEY < FR ANKL I NTON ! _ , rr 

"OUR DEMOCRATS. ONE REPUBLICAN FILE FOR FRANKLIN SHERIFF 
FRANKLIN SHERIFF CANDIDATES' PHOTOS MIXED 
LOSER REQUESTS RECOUNT IN FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S RACE 
FRANKLIN ELECTIONS 3UAR0 WILL PROBE COMPLAINTS FRIUAY 
FRANKLIN ELECTION OFFICIALS OF NY REOUFST FOR RECOUNT 
RECOUNT REOUEST DENIED IN FRANKLIN SHER I F F • S R AC E 
STATE BOARD DENIES RECOUNT ON FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S RACE 
FRANKLIN TO NEED AN INTERIM SHERIFF 

° EP4S ARCHITECT a GETS*AUTH0RITY TO DESIGN NEW SCHOOL 
PANFL SHOULDN'T DELAY REVIEW ON INSPECTIONS 
ARTS PUILDING ARCHITECT WANTS TO NEGOTIATE LOWER COST 
WRONG DATE LISTED 

OEPASQUALE. PEGGY (GREENV1LLEI , . 

MUSIC THERAPIST SOOTHES PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER'S 

nEf '' : ' H ANALYST H EXP<=CTS AMERICAN AIRLINES 10 GO AFTER EASTERN ROUTES AT RDU 
NEW RDU HUB MEANS FARE COMPETITION 

DURHA'-- POLICE INVESTIGATOR GETS LAW-ENFORCEMENT CERTIFICATE 

Ni MAN FINED FOR TAKING POLICE HELMET IN CHAPEL HILL MELEE 



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CHAPEL HILL MAN FINED FOR ACTIONS DURING PROTFST 
CARES FOR ORPHANED 



OERNAR, JERRY 

DURHAM'S 'BIRD LADY 
A TOUCHING LETTER 

n F P R H 1 

2 POLICE OFFICERS INJURED IN ARREST 



DERR, LOUISE 

IF IT'S GOT WINGS OR WHEELS. 



SHE'S LICENSED TO DRIVE IT 



DESHA20. BARRY MARTINEZ 

STUDENT FINED FOR TICKET SCALPING 

DESSFNT, MARIAN 

BAHA'IS TAKING ROOT IN OURHAM 

GREEN wl IH GREED 

IRAN PERSECUTES BAHA'IS 



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DESTFIGUER. J. EOWARD 

U.S. BUDGET SNAGS CAUSE RTP CLOSINGS 



S 2 10/17/86 A 1 N X4I 

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NORTHERIN U TELECOM AGREES TO SUPPORT DUKE PROGRAM IN OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE H 2 3/29/86 C 3 N 

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DETEPMAN. OEAN 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU MEDIATION PROGRAM GETS RESULTS 

OEUBNER. DAVID C. DR. 



OEVANE. HOYT 

STUPID EDITORIAL 



OEVENDORF, BILL 
TRAILBLAZER 



OEVER. WILLIAM G. OR. 

APCHAEOLOGIST TO SPEAK AT DUKE ABOUT ISRAELITES 

0EV1NE. JAMES F. 

SHOULD N.C. FARMERS BE ENCOURAGED TO DIVERSIFY? 

OEVINNEY. CHARLES R. 

ABSENT POARO ME"BERS GET 3 APPOINTMENTS 

OEVOE. SAMUEL LORENZO (CAPPS ST. I 

POLICE ARREST FOUR; COCAINE CONFISCATED 

FOUR FACE DRUG CHARGES __. 

TWU RECEIVE LIGHTER PUNISHMENT FOR EVIDENCE AGAINST 3P0 WHO FLEES 
DURHAM POLICE SEEK MAN CONVICTED OF DRUG CHARGES 

DEW6L JUROk"ihREATENEO WITH JAIL T E' M FOR READING ARTICLE ON DWI LAW 
JUROR CITED FDR CONTEMPT GETS APOLOGY 
JUDGE BRANNON OWES CARY JUROR AN APOLOGY 
CONSCIENTIOUS JURORS DESERVE JUDGES' RESPECT 

DEWEY, TODD (BASEBALL PLAYER! 
DURHAM BULLS '86 
DEWEY, CRISWELL FINO THEIR PLACES BEHIND PLATE ON TWISTING BASEBALL 

DEWS, 80BBY 

BAILEY AT 



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'HOME' WITH BULLS 



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DEXTER, CHARLES M. 

THERE'S BETTER WAY TO HANDLE FRIVOLOUS SUITS 

DEY, K. V. JP. 

PRIVATE AIO FOR SCHOOLS SOUGHT 

CHAMBER FORUMS WILL AIR RACIAL CONCERNS ON 4 TOPICS 

CHAMBER FORUMS WILL PROMOTE NEEOEO TALK 

CHAMBER CAMPAIGN NETS RESULTS 

MAJOR CONTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE PANKFD FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. 

THREE ROAD PROJECTS PUSHED BY CHAMBER 

GROUP WANTS FREEWAY EXTENSION R C DESIGNED 

PROMISES ARF SOUGHT ON USAGE OF HOTEL 

HOTEL DEVELOPFR: ROOM PLEDGES KEY 

CITY WOULD LEASE PROPOSED PARKING GARAGE 

CHAMBER BACKS BOND PROPOSALS 

FIRM'S PROJECT CURBS WATER USE 

AMERICAN GOOD FOR RFTA1L, NOT CENTER 

DURHAM SCHOOLS NEED SUPPORT FROM BUSINESS 

NEW YORK INVESTOR BUYS Lt M 

LCM PLANT SOLD FOR tUT MILLION 

BUSINESS FAIR 

LCM TO CUT WORK FORCE BY MARCH 1 

LCM TO MEET CHALLENGE, DEY SAYS 

LCM PLANS EMPLOYEE CUTBACK 

DEZERN, CARL IGOLFI 

DEZFRN FYES MORE PLAY 



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DHEVNEY, TRYSHE 

CALIFORNIA TEEN SHOW KICKS DRUG HABITS 

OHILLON, PARMINOER KAUB 

SIKHS BUILO TEMPLE OFF ROXBORO RQAO 

OHUE. CLAUDE JULIAN (OECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

DIAL. AOOLPH OR. 

PEMBROKE STATE PROFESSOR CLAIMS ANSWER TO THE LOST COLONY'S FATE 
DIAMOND, OEBRA 

IRS SPGT-CHECKS OURHAM FIRMS 

DIAMOND, PHILIP 

LSV^. PR0TFSTER5 T0 BE TRIED TODAY 

PROTESTER'S TRIAL BEGINS 

SEVEN APARTHEID PROTESTERS AT DUKE FREED OF CHARGES 

JUDGE RAPS DUKE CHARGES ON SHANTIES l.n«m,BS 

OIAMONSTEIN, BARBRALEE 

VIDEOTAPE ARCHIVE TO BE OEOICATEO AT OUKE 
OIAMONT, DAVE ID-SURRYI 

ASSEMBLY HAS NUMBER OF MODERN-DAY QUIXOTES 

DIAZ. SAUL IMIAMI 1 

MIAMI MEN ARRESTED ON COCAINE CHARGES 

OIBIANCA. FRANK A. DR. 

NEW UNC TECHNIQUE MAY AID NASA INVESTIGATIONS 
DIBONA, CHARLES J. 

U.S. OIL OU T LOOK SCARY 

DIBONA. JOSEPH 

DURHAM MAY CUT S. AFRICA TIES 

!£^ H I RS AT P ' S - 8 ? WERE TOUGH 

AMERICANS GIVE UP RIGHTS TO PRIVATIZATION 

niBRUNO, JOE ICHARLOTTF) 

CHARLOTTE MAN SMELLS MONEY IN GARBAGE 

DICKENS. CEDRIC 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

DICKFNS, CHARLES (AUTHORI 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

OICKENS, JIMMIE (DECEASEDI 
TWO HELD IN SLAYING 

DICKENS. MISSIF 

WINNERS ANNOUNCFD 

^thrIL^y prVjf 8!Is"V5nc ,,n '' u,shed TR,3F,S l4Sr sraN0 

UNC PROF FOUND DEAO AT HIS HO"E 
OFFICIAL RULES UNC PROF'S DEATH SUICIDE 

DICKERSON, AlVIN C. 

TWO RUN FOR PERSON SHERIFF 

PERSON COUNTY CANDIDATES GIVE VIEWS 

DIXON WINS PERSON RACE 

PFRSON COMMISSIONER EYES RUNOFF 

OICKFRSON, BERNARD GERALD (GREENSBOROI 

VICTIM OF GUILFORO JAIL BEATING DIES 

»2 MILLION LAWSUIT FRED OVER DEATH OF JAIL INMATE 

DICKERSON. DAVIO E. 

DICKEPSON WINS INSURANCE AWARD 

DICKERSON. EDDIE 

SHE WAS WILLING TO WAIT: PATIENCE PAID OFF FOR paM RAY, EDDIE DICKERSON 

DICKERSON, HUBERT (LAKE ROYALEI (DECEASED! 

ESS N £ L ia,SB MA !! HEL0 O" MURDER CHARGE 
WOMAN POSTS BONO IN SLAYING CASE 

DICKERSON, JAMES (RADIAN CCRP.l 

RADIAN CORP. GOAL: KEEP N.C. CLEAN, BEAUTIFUL 

DICKERSON, JOHN EDWARD (DECEASEDI 
OB I TUARY 

DICKERSON, MARGARET ILAKF POYALEI 

FRANKLIN WOMAN HELD ON "URDER CHARGE 
WOMAN POSTS BONO IN SLAYING CASE 

DICKERSON, MICHAEL G c RALO 

MAN GETS 2 YEARS FOR OWI 

DICKERSON, VERNON WELDON 

GUN POINTED AT OFFICER; MAN CHARGED 

OICKERSON, WALT 

HUTCHERSON, DICKERSON: VARIATIONS ON A THEME 

DICKERSON, WATSON LEE IMDNCUREI 

CHATHAM MAN CHARGED WITH INCE C T 

DICKEY, ALLIF GRAHAM (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DICKEY, JOE H. JR. 

S{fflX„H*! ,E0 HILLSBOROUGH CHIEF 
HILLSPOROUGH POLICE CHIEF TAKF S OATH 

DICKINSON, BARBAPA 

ARTS COUNCIL GIVES GRANTS TO 17 ARTISTS 
DICKINSON, DANIEL 

EMPLOYEE-AWARENESS PROGRAMS CAN aOOST PRODUCTIVITY 
DICKINSON, EMILY 

JD M YC L E Y C »5grSA ? E S? N r5E*8?IS L To'SlR C iSR A K U UW I0 ° TH *""«»«*».» MEET 
A SPLENDID SPRING SUNDAY'S HEROINE IS EMILY DICKINSON 
niCKINSON, GARY IGFNERAL MOTORS! 

DUKF ALUMNUS SAYS BEITEB THINGS AHEAD FOR GENERAL MOTORS 



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3 INJUREO IN SHOOTING AT CUMBFRLANO SCHOOL S 2 5/09/86 A 1 N 

THREE SHOT IN HALLWAY AT SCHOOL H 2 5/10/B6 C 14 N 

JUOGE TRIPLES BOND ON STUDENT CHARGED IN SHOOTINGS H 2 5/13/86 A 9 N 

GUILTY PLEAS ENTERED IN SCHOOL SHOOTING H 2 10/03/96 A 12 N 

DICKINSON, PATRICIA S. 

OLD RED MILL COLLAPSES AT STASVILLE PLANTATION H 2 4/05/96 C 3 N M97 

DICKINSON, WILLIAM 

OICKINSON CELEtjRATES 58TH BIRTHDAY WITH SOUTH BOSTON CHECKERED FLAG H 2 10/05/86 B 12 » N "14 

DICKMAN, KATHLEEN 

KIDNEY RESEARCH PROJECT FINISHED S 2 7/14/P6 C 3 N 

DICKSON, JIM E. 

WHERE ARE THE BUSES IN CITY'S BOOM? H 2 9/31/96 A A L 

DICKSON, JOHN WILLIAM I H ILL SROROUGH I (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY H 2 4/03/86 P. 2 

OIDONATG, NOPMA 

COURT RFFUSES TO EXPAND LEGAL DEFINITION TO INCLUDE FETUS H 2 4/02/86 A « N 

OIDOW, NICHULAS M. D». , , „,,.,„ 

DIDOW NAMED CHAIRMAN S 2 9/26/86 A 6 N 

DOCTOP NAPS MAN RUNNING FROM POLICE H 2 8/04/86 B 1 N 

SMALL BUSINESSES ORGANIZING FDR WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE H 2 1/04/86 B 1 N "97 

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON SMALL BUSINESS PLANNED S 2 1/27/86 A 7 P N 

TRIANCLF BUSINESSMEN TO REPRESENT STATE DURING WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE S 2 1/29/86 A 1 N W82 

12 FROM AREA TO ATTEND WHITE HOUSE SESSION H 2 1/30/86 A 2" N 

MS.'OIERS TO LECTURE AT NURSING PROGRAM S 2 A/07/86 C 2 N 

DIGGS, £RN C ST 

CLEARING THE RECORD H 2 11/26/86 A 2 N 

DIGGS, THEODORE 1DECEASE0I 

CASWELL MAN RECEIVES SENTENCE FOR SLAYING H ? U/10/e6 A 12 N 

DIGH, MARSHALL 

IT STARTED WITH: 'POP, FILL "ER UP; MOM, FIX ME A HOT DOG 1 H 2 3/09/86 D 12 N 

DIGIANO. CHRISTOPHER JOHN 

60 RECEIVE MQPEHEAD SCHOLARSHIPS H 2 3/08/86 C 1 " N 

OURHAM STUDENTS AMONG MOREHFAD SCHOLARS S 2 3/09/86 C 1 P N 

OILGER, PO°EPT G. „ , 

DEFENSE CONSULTANTS NEED CAREFUL SCRUTINY S 2 8/25/86 A A E 

° ULE "2e: s S j u J" T B UT SINCERE" H 2 12/14/86 E IP P F c 80 

H 1 12/24/86 C 1 N H60 

OILWEG. ANTHONY , 

DUKE STUOENT FINDS BOND TRADING FLOOR 'CONTROLLED CHADS' H 2 9/14/86 ID P F 

DUKE'S DILWEG 'SICK OF LOSING' S 2 10/30/86 B 3 P N P52 

OJMI NICK, "IKE 

FANFARE: OUKE PLAYER HONOREO H 2 11/22/56 D 4 P N 

FANTARE: B07 NO DUNCE H 2 12/12/86 C ton 

OIPIERRO, JOSEPH V. (CHAPEL HILLI , ,,,,„, . , 

MAITE"S OF CERTAINTY H 2 6/17/86 A 4 L 

^ I fi L I K » K I £ A 

OBITUARY SHOWED CARING H 2 2/04/96 A 4 L 

HARBINGERS OF HATRED H 2 7/20/86 D 4 L 

TOWER A GIANT SILO H 2 10/13/86 A 4 L 

DIShmon, STEVE 1LEN0IR1 (DECEASEOI . , ,„„,„ r , 

LENOIR YOUTH DROWNS IN LAKE 5 2 6/09/86 C 2 N 

HEELS. TECH. TIGERS SURVIVE 1ST-0AY BATTLES H 2 5/15/96 I j> N C50 

DISTASIO'S 9TH-INNING SLAM SALVAGES MISERABLE GAME S 2 5/5/96 B 1 ° U Die 

MARAT-ION MAN, RELIEVER AMONG TOURNEY STARS H 2 5/19/96 D I U G50 

MILITARY FLIGHTS WORRY WILDLIFE RFFUGES MANAGER H 7 7/13/86 C I " N "97 

REARS DEMONSTRATE DFPTH AT OB S 2 8/11/96 D 2 " U 013 



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H 2 5/09/86 A 21 



DITTIG, JA"ES ANTHCNY ( J JCK SOUV IL LF I 
ARSON CHARGE FRED 



DIUGUIO, WILLIAM **,»#«» r I >, M/-o 

CITY SEFKS U.S. GRANT FOR HOUSING S 2 6/2/96 C N NS' 

HAYTI PLAN PROMPTS CONFLICT QUESTION, S 2 6/16/86 C 1 N "69 

LIBERTY PLAZA PROPOSAL SPURS " UR E INTSRFSTS 5 2 ^;»^lf £ ! i uJo 

CFNTEP >'AY NEED PROJECT MANAGER S 2 J'lJ/'' » * "*? 

OFFICIALS STUDY CIVIC CENTER - ANAGER BIDS f f TO /86 B IN 985 

FIR"'S HEAD HAS KIN ON CITY, COUNTY BOARDS S 2 12/11/86 C 1 P N "06 



DIVALLERINO, VICTORIA "ARIE (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 



H 7 2/25/R6 C 



ONLY N.r. HONORS DOROTHEA DIX'S WORK FOR MENTALLY ILL S 2 12/U3/86 A IS F 

CAR BREAK-IN Charoes LODGES AGAINST 3 MEN H 2 10/05/86 C 11 N 

OIXON, DAVID (USFLI „ , ,-.,,._. „ , „ 

USFL FOUNDER GETS READY TO LAUNCH A NEW LEAOUE H 2 10/22/96 2 N 

DIXOM, DAVID ANTHONY (HILLSBOROUGH) I0FCFASEDI ,,,_,.. r , „ o 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN OIFS IN WRECK M | 2', l 2 , ,Z b 1 i .. 

NO CHARGES FILED IN HILLSBOROJGH mqtoRCYCLE DEATH S 7 l'\y*<> * ,J ' 

MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN ORANGE COUNTY H 2 9/ll/»6 A 14 

OIXON, DAVIO WAYNE (DECEASEOI , , ,,,.,.. r , m to. 

2 MEN INDICTED ON MUROER COUNTS ' 2 2/18/96 C 1 N 185 

DIXON, DON (CHAPEL HILLI r , >,■,.,.. „ , o u 

•MACKERAL' RUNNING AGAIN S 2 2/J6/96 2 P N 

OF ROCK ANO FOLK AND HIPD<ONGS OF THE MESOZOIC H 2 12/19/96 10 R L37 



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12/31/96 



BY NAMES 



ON STAGE OR ON RECORD, LOVE R AC TOR STALLS OUT 



"IXON, ERNEST T * 'PERSON CO. SHERIFF! 

TWO RUN FOR PERSON SHERIFF ™«»ei ^Ull 

0?SoN^?n? 4 pIIsoS" R a!? SON SHE,IFF CIrF EXPERIENCE 
PFRSON COMMISSIONER EYES RUNOFF 

J?l F !if :MA IR-BOUNO GUNMAN WOUNDED IN PERSON STANDOFF 
•78 MURDER CASE PENDING AGAINST HIGGS i'»NOOFF 

OIXON, GRANORICH 

PROBATION ORDERED IN SHOOTING DEATH 
OIXON, JOHN 

STOP ROSEMARY SQUARE PROJECT, 



SUIT DEMANDS 



OIXON, JOSEPH M. lOECEASFDI 

TAR HEEL BECAME LEADER IN MONTANA 

DIXON, LARRY (PERSON HIGH SCHOOL I 

PERSUN GRID COACH OIXON STEPPING UP TO AD SPOT 
PERSON NAMES DIXON NEW ATHLET C OIRFCTOR 
FOOTBALL INTEREST FUELS ROCKETS' DEBATE 

D " ON OB,T E U»R E - RRRL 'LEASED, 

DIXON, SANDY J. I BURLINGTON I 

G^^'MfNA^Ir^A^E^^HA^rfN aTamaScT ' C « PRIMAI " ,N N °«" BER 
OIXON, STEPHEN LOUIS 

ANNUAL WRITER'S CONFERENCE ATTRACTS TOP NAHFS tN .«c, 

DUKF WRITERS' CONFERENCE OFFER S INTERESTING READINgI 
OIXON, THOMAS E. (DUKE UNIV. I 

DUKE PLANS TO BUY BROAO ST. BUILOING 
OIXON, TOM (DURHAM CO. SCHOOLS) 

6 COUNTY SCHOOLS GET NEW PRINCIPALS AT BOART)' 

6 COUNTY SCHOOLS GET NEW PRINCIPALS 

SHS GETTING PRINCIPAL PLUS 

SCREENING VISITORS HIGH SCHOOLS' TOP SECURITY 
OIXON, VIVIAN 

STOP ROSEMARY S3UARE PROJECT, 



S SESSION 



SUIT OEMANDS 



LEARY ANNOUNCES NINE PROMOTIONS 



OIXOM, WILLO 

SHOP CLERK ROBBED, THREATENED WITH RAZOR 
DIXON, WYATT 

JOURNALIST WYATT DIXON DIES AT 91 

SERVICES TOMORROW FOR WYATT T. DIXON 

WYATT T. DIXOM SR. FUNERAL SCHEDUIFD FnR II a m Tnnav 

w?lT?'? 0N n ri^ if MI IIIH by'hiITewsVapV.'famTlyJ 004 " 

OLUGOZIMA, ROB (DURHAM BULLSI 

DLUGOZIMA GETS HONOR 

OLUGOZIMA GETS AWARD AS TOP CLASS A EXECUTIVF 

BULLS' GM CHOSEN CLASS OF CLASS A EXECUTIVES 
DO, MY DUNG 

VIETNAMESE REFUGE C IS VAL FDI CT OR I AN 

DURHAM .HIGH. HILLSIDE GRADUATE NEARLY 350 

EX-REFUGEE ANSWERED OPPORTUNITY'S KNOCK 
OOBERSTEIN, JOANN 

COLLISION AT TRINITY AND OUKE 

OOBIE, LOIS 

SANFORO HELPED STUDENTS 

DOXIES, C. J. 

OURHAM DEPUTIES GET PROMOTIONS 

MAJ. LOVE TO RETIRE 

SHERIFF'S MAJ. LUVE TO RETIRE: 

DOBSON, ROSE 

ROSE DOBSON PICKS A WINNER 

DOCHER, FLORFNCE 

LIQUOP HOUSE RAID NETS TWO ARRESTS 

DODO, PARKER BENNET (DECFASEOI 

OBITUARY 

nQriSn aBITUA^ E 4Ll - EN ie URLINGTONI (DECFASEOI 

DOOSON, REGGAE P. J. 

CLAY APT, PUSHED IOFAS AT GUILD 
DOOSON, WILLIAM DR. 

5 WOMEN EXPECT 10 BABIES IN DUKF'S TEST-TUBE PROGRA" 

r, ° nSn nS,¥,',!;fe IAH IR * 'DECEASEOI 

Ub 1 I UA RY 

DOE, JOHN 8. JR. REV. 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

JOHN OOE FINOS THAT NAME CAN riiitf PRPRIFMr: 

guNOF^S? 4C FoSR 0t TO ,0 B E E^^D C ?^a r S?T ' C BRI ^ R ' E5 

CASWELL COUNTY VOTERS RF-ELE CTSHER I F F SMITH 

DOEDE. KIM 

MAIN PROJECT WAS BUILDING LATRINES 
DOERNBFRG, MYKMA 

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE TALK FEATURFS AUTHOR 

N.C. WOMAN CHRONICLES PROGRESSION 5 Of'hSsB AND • S FATAL BRA!N DISORDER 

DOERR, PHILLIP D. 

?I2 L 2cL S '?„y A ,!iI ALLIGATORS PR?T=CTED 
TAR HEEL GATOPS TOURIST ATTRACTION 

OOLCH, DAVE 

CIAA COACHES LAUGH, 

DOLE, ELIZABFTH 

U.S. TO HAVE GREAT LEAOERS AGAIN 



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DUKE-KANSAS: POLES' DOMESTIC DILEMMA 

THE BILLBOAOQ SU8SI0Y 

TRANSPORTATION USURPING STATE'.' KIGHTS 

ALAMANCE GOP PICKS UP PACE WITH VISITS BY BROYHILL, MRS. DOLE 
COBEV OPAWS MRS. DOLE'S PRAISE. GOV. BABBITT'S CRITICISM 
CHAPLOTTE TO GET LONDON GATEWAY. SOME OBSERVERS SAY 
LET'S BE FAIR. OPEN ON GATEWAY DECISION 

DOLE. POBERT ISENATORI 

OUKE-KANSAS: DOLES' DOMESTIC DILEMMA 

N.C. CALLED KEY STATE IN SENATE ELECTIONS _ 

ODLE CAMPAIGNS FOR BROYHILL. SELF...ANU. MAYBE. MRS. DOLE 

POLITICIANS INVADE N.C. 

THE TWO-WAY OOLE 

DOLE FAILS ON CIGARETTE TAX 

DOLE PRAISES BROYHILL AS REAGAN SUPPORTER 

OOLLARD. JAMES OAVIO (CHARLOTTE) 

U.S. MAY DROP CASE AGAINST DEAF POSTMAN 

DULLEY, STEVE JR. (GASTONIAI 

JUSTICES. JUDGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 

MOST OF N.C.'S CONGRESSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GRABS 

DOMBROWSKI. JIM (FOOTBALL PLAYER1 

30 GOES 1ST; «CC FINDS GOING SLOW 



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noNALD. DERRICK 

UNC'S SOFT-SPOKEN DONALD LETS HIS PLAY. 



ACTIONS DO THF TALKING 



BUT 2 KITCHFNS. 



DONALDSON, ARTHUR J. ISALISBURYP 

JUDGE FILES FOR SUPREME COURT SEAT 

JUSTICES. JUOGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 

N.C. HIGH COURT APPOINTEES KEEPING SEATS IS GOP GOAL 

HIGH-POWERED POLITICS A NEW TWIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

HIGH-POWERED POLITICS NEW TWIST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

RFPUBLICAN, THRFE DEMOCRATS ENDORSED IN OURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS R 

VOTF ARTHUR J. OUNALUSON FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE (ADI 

OEMOCRATS DOMINATE RACES FOR SUPREME COURT POSTS 

MARTIN'S PLEAS GO UNHEEDED AS DEMOCRATS ELECTED JUOGES 

DONALDSON, JIM 

SOME DURHAM POST OFFICES WILL BE GETTING NEW ADORESSES 

DONALDSON, ROBERT 

DONALDSON WAS FORCE IN N.C. ARCHITECTURE 

DONALDSON, SAM (REPORTER) 

REAGAN'S AERIAL BATHROOM DOESN'T IMPRESS JODY , 9 

OONELAN. WILLIAM J* 

DUKE BUCKS TREND OF HIGH HEALTH COSTS 

DQNNFLLY, ANN 

NEW PROGRAMS FUR HEARING IMPAIRED 

DONNELLY, KAREN E. 

NO TO SHEARON HARRIS 
NO OUESTIONS ASKED 

DONOVAN, DANIEL 

RESIDENTS OPPOSE I NJUP Y-CENT E» PLAN 

FORD CLAIMS UNFAMILIAR ITY WITH PAC-10. CARDINAL 
OOOLEY ALL BUSINESS AS DAYS IN SUN DWINDLE 
DOOLEY'S FUTURE A MYSTERY 

DUDLEY. CHARLES H. JR. IDECEASEDI 

N.C. MAN KILLED IN BLAST AT S.C. 



STORE 
STOLEN 



OOOLEY. T0 M 

TOMBSTONE OF TOM DOOLEY'S V I CT I « 

DOOLEY. VINCE (FOOTBALL) 
OOOLEY 'FEARS' DUKE 
OOOLEY AND TECH COME TO TERMS 

DOORMAN, ISAAC (SANFDROI IDECEASEDI 

MOTHER THWARTED AS SHE WATCHES HER 

DOORMAN, THOMAS ISANFORO) IDECEASEDI 

MOTHER THWARTED AS SHE WATCHES HER 

"OPITY. IONA NORRIS I H I LL SP.OROUGH I IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

DOPMAN, MARVIN 

GRAMM-RUOMAN CUTS ARRIVF; TAR HEELS FEEL EFFECTS 

DOPN, TORIN 

UNC AODS ALL-AMERICA BACK ON EVE OF SIGNING DATE 
OOKN BURSTS INTO SPDILIGHT 

DORNAN, JOHN INCAEI 

EDUCATORS: MONEY CRUNCH WILL HURT STUDENTS 
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM COULD EASE TEACHER SHORTAGE 

D0PN8ERG, GARY 

HORSE RACING IN N.C. 7 



2 CHILDREN OIE IN SANFOKO FIRE 



2 CHILDREN DIE IN SANFDRD FIRE 



DORRANCE, ANSON 

W. GERMANY GOES ONE-FOR-TWO: 



^RAF BEATS LLOYD, BECKER FALLS 



DOB5f DROU&HT L HAS 4 ORlN&F R COUPLE PRAYING FDR RAIN WHENEVER THUNDFR RUMBLFS 
U.S. OFFICIAL: ORANGE DROUGHT WORST HE'S SEEN 

ORJUGHT HAS ORANGE COUPLE PRAYING FOR RAIN WHENFVER THUNOFR RUMBLFS 

DOPSEY, PATRIC IPOLITICUNI 

SCULPTURE TO BE DEDICATED AT MATH SCHOOL 

OOPTHY, MARGERET STARNES IDECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

D0P1Y, OARLENE WAOOELL (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

DOS SANTOS, ANTONIO 

DISTANCE NO OBSTACLE TO WEDDING 

DOSS, BILLY J0 C (HENDERSDNI (OECFASEDI 

HENOEPSON WRECK CLAIMS LIFE OF VANCE COUNTY MAN 



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DOUGHERTY, DENNIS J. 

VENTURE CAPITAL COMPANY OPENS IN OFFICE PARK 
TRIANGLE INVESTORS FINO CAP I n L VENTURES SAFE 

D ° UGH ObItuary 4NV,L1 - E 6LLIS ,CHapE l- HILLI (OECEASEDI 
DOUGHERTY, PAT (CARR80P0I 

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CHAPEL HILL PROGRAM SPREADS ACROSS U.S. 
nOUGLAS. CARMEN JOPE " 2 10/05/ " 6 C " » »" 

GUIlFoln S!! E gSkA,«" , !, E .l- I S9'f'"i!!T 9E. ..SHERIFF 



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DOUGLAS, ELLFN GOODWIN 

2 PEOPLE INJURED IN DURHAM WRECK; SEAT PROTECTS CHILD 
DOUGLAS, GORDON (BASEBALL PLAYER! 

DOUGLAS MAKES GAMBLE RISK-FREE 
DOUGLAS, RONNIE ODELL 



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DOVE, CLYDE 

RDBBERS TAKE CASH, GUN FROM m N IN PARKED CAR 

OOVE, JUOY MERRYMAN 

INNOVATIVE THEATER 

OOVE, KENT H ? I2 'l*'«* - E 

HE COULDN'T TAKE HIS EYES OFF H<=R 
OOWO. RODOFY H * b/Z " /Kb * * P F ZI1 

UNC ANNOUNCES LEUTZE AS FIRST OOWD PROFESSOR 
OOWO, ROGER ALAN IFORT MILL I 

BODY FOUND AS CAR PULLED FROM LAKE; TWO CHARGEO 
DOWDY, ERESHA 

DURHAM WOMAN ASPIRING MODEL 



OOWOY^MARGAPET THOMPSON 1DECEASE0I 

DOWELL. EARL H. DR. H ? WW " 

DOWELL URGES STAFF BE INCREASEO 



S 2 9/27/86 A 7 P N 
H 1 1/09/86 B 3 N 
S 2 6/12/86 A 6 n F S27 



DOWELL, LAWRENCE DUSTY 

TFEN-AGFR KILLED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT 
DOWNEY, ISAIAH "PEANUTS" JR. 



S 2 3/01/86 A 1 N S84 

H 2 11/17/86 A 14 N 

2 8/07/86 « 1 T N 



SHOOTING IN CHURCH Sri'SgI^iW ^ci """" H 1 V/XMl C j N 

DOWNEY. LENARO JR. H ' 9/l *'* b » ' N 

DRUG-PREAK-IN ARRESTS ARE MADE 
DOWNEY, ROBERT " ' l ' 2 "" 6 » ' N 

LfTTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE RESTORATION TO PRESERVE MEMORIES OF -OLDEN DAYS 
DUWN, CORRicMfJN "• '" URH4M CH4 "BER OF COMMERCE! 

p2nSci! S Vn «g«La FUND HOUSING IMPROVEMENTS H J 2/06/86 B 1 

nS22 E 8 S oIP V?5 E BCN0 vof E s 2 10/28/86 A I 

1 HI ISSfciigvnsssiE? 9o *° ,ssue 1 i if/'oS 1 ;?! s i 

C^B 5 FR°I^0 T P E M ^V1S P ^0 N R? E ^-IS """'".ONERS g | Jj^JJ ? : 

DOWNING, LARRY 

CLAY ART, PUSHED IOEAS AT GUILD 
OOWNS, GREG 

GEORGIA GAME HITS HOME FOR EX-BULLDOG BOOSTERS 
OOYLF, ARTHUR CONAN SIR 

ELEMENTARY, WATSON! IT'S OUKE SLEUTHING 
DOYLE, DENIS P. .EDUCATOR. ? inh ""' * ' T N B 30 

EDUCATORS DEBATE SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING TEACH.NG METHODS H 3 ,/,,,« , 

D0YLF 0B H fg5IET COUKE l DECEASED. /2VR6 B 



2 7/26/86 



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N W82 
N u 06 
N A 54 
N MD6 
S 2 11/22/86 A I M M06 



? 8/22/86 D 9 p R G63 
2 9/11/86 IPNC52 



BIO 



D07IFR, ANDREW H 2 i/i " / " b C 2 

HONORING EMPLOYEES 
OOZIFR. CARTER S ? ' <? ' ' "^"fc C 4 P R s 76 

ROCK AND ROLL INOIkECTLY BROUGHT OXFORD OFFICIAL TO N C 
OR.KF. EVELYN B. H ' 3 ^'"0 B 1 P N S8D 

PEOPLE ARE NOT MACHINES 

WHERE APE CHURCH FOLK? H 2 1/13/86 A 4 L 

DRAKE, FRANK (SCIENTIST! " ? '* /l6/86 * <• L 

ARE WF ALONE IN SPACE' 

H 2 3/08/P6 A 4 R 



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NUCLEAR UUESTIONS UNANSWERED 


H 2 


6/06/06 A 


4 




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SOVIET PHYSICIANS HAVE SOME INFLUENCE 


H 2 


10/14/06 A 


4 




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nRAKE , MARTHA 
















SHEARON HARRIS A HUGE RISK 


H 2 


5/21/96 A 


4 




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MOTHBALL SHEAOQN HARRIS 


H 2 


6/10/06 A 


4 




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NUCLEAR INDUSTRY INSURANCE 


H 2 


7/30/86 A 


4 




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nRAKE, PHILIP OSMAN IIOAHOI IDECEASEDI 
















BODY OF IOAHO MAN IS FOUND IN GRANVILLE 


H 2 


5/22/R6 B 


2 




N 






ORAUOHAN, PAIPH PRODIE JR. (DECEASEOl 
















09 1 TUARY 


H 7 


B/lS/06 C 


4 











ORAUGHON, JEAN 
















SCHOOL CHORUS COMMENDED 


H 2 


3/20/06 A 


4 




L 






DRAYTON, MERPITT WILLIAM 
















DARRYL HUNT FACES SECOND "ORDER CHARGE 


H 2 


4/20/86 A 


15 




N 






WARRANT SERVE" ON INMATE CHARS ING MURnEP IN 1933 


H 2 


4/24/86 A 


19 




N 






THREE INDICTEO ON MURDER CHARGE 


H 2 


5/21/06 B 


2 




N 






THREE MEN PLEAO INNOCENT IN BFATING DEATH 


H 2 


6/04/86 A 


f. 




N 






MAN INDICTED FOR STRANGLING FORSYTH WOMAN 


S 2 


7/09/86 C 


11 




N 






JURY SPLIT IN MAN'S SECOND MURDER TRIAL 


H 2 


10/19/86 C 


10 




N 






FORSYTH JURY CONVICTS MAN OF '^OROFR 


S 1 


10/21/06 A 


12 




N 






MAN IS CONVICTED OF BEATING DEATH 


H 2 


10/22/06 A 


14 




N 






MAN SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR 1983 SLAYING 


H 2 


11/20/06 A 


26 




N 






nREHS, CHRIS 
















SCIENCE WITHOUT ETHICS OEHUMANIZING 


H 2 


5/01/06 A 


4 




L 






ANIMAL RESEARCH NECESSARY 


H 2 


5/08/06 A 


4 




L 






WHAT'S AGAINST THE LAW? 


H ? 


12/29/06 A 


4 




L 






DRFNNAN, ANNE 
















THANKS FROM THRIFT SHOP 


H 2 


4/25/86 A 


4 




L 






ORFNNAN, JAMES 
















72 VIOLATIONS WILL BECOME INFRACTIONS BFGINNING SEPT. 1 


H 2 


7/26/86 A 


9 




N 






DREW, CHARLES RICHARD DR. 
















MFMORIAL FOR BLOOD RESEARCH PIONEER TO BE UNVEILED IN ALAMANCF 


H 1 


4/05/86 C 


1 




N 






MFMORIAL OEDICATED 


H I 


4/00/86 C 


1 


P 


P 






DREW, THOMAS L. 
















APEA BUSINESS LEADERS NAMED TO JOBS PANEL 


H 2 


1/22/06 A 







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046 




OOSSIER: THOMAS L. DREW 


H 2 


3/30/R6 C 


It 


P 


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OREXFL, GEORGE 
















APT, FAMILY INSPIRE SANDHILLS NATIVE'S LIBERTY COLLECTION 


H 2 


8/01/06 


3 


p 


N 


W66 




DREY, LAURA 
















ACCIDENT WILL OCCUR 


H 2 


7/16/B6 A 


4 




L 






MRS. HEPON APPLAUDED 


H 2 


10/29/06 A 


4 




L 






DKEY, WILLIAM B. 
















THIS IS NO TIME TO TINKER WITH TAX CODE 


H 2 


7/01/06 A 


4 




L 






DRE2NEP, MARC K. DR. 

THE CALCIUM PILL CONTROVERSY 
















H 2 


8/19/86 B 


1 


T 


N 


C6D 




oriesell, Charles g. "lefty" 
















CHARLES D'S TCRPS UNUEROOGS 


S 2 


1/04/86 A 


8 


p 


N 


F25 




INJURIES DON'T CONCERN DRIESELL 


H 2 


1/14/06 C 


1 




N 






LEFTY WISHES WASHBURN LUCK 


S 2 


2/12/06 D 


4 




N 






LEFTY SURELY DOWN, BUT NOT OUT AT MARYLANO 


H 2 


2/14/86 C 


1 




U 


071 




LEFTY RE INSTATES TRIO 


H 2 


2/17/86 3 


2 




N 






TROUBLES CONTINUE FOR LEFTY 


H 2 


6/24/06 B 


2 




H 






CLOUD OF CONTROVERSY HANGS OV'K DRIESELL 


S 2 


6/24/06 


1 




N 


[ 




DRIESELL TELLS COMMITTEE BIAS PAID PRICE F0» 'EXPERIMENT- 


H 2 


6/26/06 


1 




N 






MARYLAND ACADEMIC COUNSELOR UtMTS JOe 


H ? 


6/26/06 D 


3 




N 






MARYLAND REGENTS PLAN INVESTIGATION 


H 2 


6/27/Pfe c 


1 




N 






DESPITE ROUGH WATERS, LEFTY WILL WEATHER STORM 


H 7 


6/29/B 6 t 


3 


P 


N 






BIAS' OEATH RAISES QUESTIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY 


H 7 


7/06/86 B 


1 


D 


II 


171 




AT RANDOM 


S 2 


7/09/06 C 


1 




U 


n is 




ORIESELL, PLAYERS SUBPOENAED 


H 2 


7/15/86 


3 




N 






MARYLAND AO KNEW ABOUT TERPS" ACADEMIC WJES 


H 2 


7/17/0 6 c 


3 


P 


N 






POINT-SHAVING STUniED IN BIAS PRJBt 


H 2 


7/10/06 C 


1 




N 






PROSECUTOR: ALL CHARGES NOT RELEVANT 


H 2 


7/20/86 B 


1 


P 


N 






TRAGEDY OF 9IAS CASE HAS BECOME A TRAVESTY 


H 2 


7/22/06 C 


1 




U 


H71 




FANFAOe: DRIESELL SUBPOENAED 


H 2 


9/13/86 D 


3 




N 






BIAS GRAND JURY CANCELS DRIES r LL APPEARANCE 


H 2 


9/16/06 D 


I 




N 






OPIES c LL SILENT ON JURY TALK 


H 2 


B/21/86 


3 


P 


N 






driesell'S future tied iu tfsumony 


H 2 


8/25/86 


3 




N 






DRIESELL NOT INDICTEO, BUT ADVICE IS CRIIICWEO 


H 2 


8/27/06 


1 


P 


N 






FANFARE: DULL SUPPORTS LEFTY 


H 2 


8/20/06 D 


3 




N 






BIAS' FAIHER PIPS MARYLAND 


H 2 


8/30/06 D 


2 




N 






ORIESELL BUY-OUT SAIU EXPLURE3 OY MARYLANO 


H 7 


9/25/86 


L 


P 


N 




i 


WHAT'S LEFTY TJ 00? 


H 2 


9/26/86 C 


2 




U 


071 




DRIFSELL EXPECTS TO REMAIN AS MARYLAND'S BASKETBALL COACH 


H 2 


10/01/06 


2 


P 


N 






DRIESTLL STILL FEFLS SECURE DESPITE DULL'S RESIGNATION 


H 2 


10/11/86 C 


3 




N 




• 


TFRPS T n BUY OUT LEFTY? 


S 2 


10/15/86 


1 




N 






S"ME TERPS SAY THEY WILL WALK WITH ORIESELL 


H 2 


10/1 7/86 C 


1 


P 


N 






REPORT: OPIFSELL BUYOUT PLANNED 


H 2 


10/18/06 D 


2 




N 




i 


EX-MARYLAND AD SAYS DRIFSELL ALL BUT OUT 


H 2 


10/22/06 D 


1 


P 


N 






0=MAT«A COACH WILL LISTFN IF TERPS CALL 


H 2 


10/23/86 D 


I 




N 






PARENTS UEF c NO MARYLAND'S DRIFSELL 


H 2 


10/25/86 B 


4 




N 




i 


DRIESELL, MARYLAND NEAR AGREE M ENT 


H 2 


10/26/86 a 


8 


P 


N 






ACC HOOPS TAKES MEDIA BACK SEAT 


H 2 


10/27/06 B 


2 




•J 


M 14 




TFRP CLOUD HANGS OVER ENTIRE ACC 


S 2 


10/27/86 D 


7 


P 


II 


C ?s 


> 


SPURCF 'AYS DR| r SELL TO BFCPHF ASSISIANT AD 


H 2 


10/29/06 C 


1 


P 


N 






DRIESFLL »OWS OUT; BASKETBALL ERA ENDS 


S 2 


10/29/06 A 


1 


P 


N 






KRZY2EWSKI, VALVANO EXPRESS DISAPPOINTMENT 


S 2 


10/29/86 A 


1 




N 






LEFTY RESIGNS BASKETBALL JOB 


H 2 


10/30/06 D 


t 


P 


N 




5 


COACHES, PLAYERS, STUDENTS PRAISE MARYLAiiO'S DRIESELL 


H 2 


10/30/06 C 


2 


P 


N 






MARYLAND: BEFORE, AFTER ICAPTOONI 


H 2 


10/31/06 A 


4 


T 


T 


R 56 




LEFTY'S SUCCESSOR FINDS HIMSELF IN LARGER POND 


H 2 


10/3 1/06 C 


1 




U 


nt l 


1 


DRIESELL HOLOS TONGUE; OTHERS DEBATE 


H 2 


10/31 /06 C 


4 




N 






•LEFTY'S* RESIGNATION MAY HELP IN LONG RUN 


S 2 


10/31/86 A 


4 




E 






ORIESELL REPORTFOLY REJECTED I-YEAR OFFER 


H 7 


1 1 /01/06 


2 




N 






THE CHOICE 


S 2 


1 1/01/86 3 


I 




I] 


F2^ 


1 


HF'LL 3 r BACK: FKIENOS SAY DRIESELL WON'T BE OUT OF COACHING LONG 


H 7 


1 l/0?/»6 a 


9 


p 


N 






OPIESFLL CAN'T SHAKF THE URGE 10 CUACH 


H 2 


1 I /04/ 06 


1 


P 


N 






•LEFIY' A SCAPEGOAT 


H 2 


1 I /O?/ 06 A 


4 




E 




' 


IF CHARLOTT c GETS NBA TEAM, ORIESELL WANTS TO COACH IT 


H 2 


1 1/07/96 C 


4 




N 






FANFARE: DRIESELL FLIES SOUTH 


H 2 


I 1 /I 1/06 


2 




N 






OPIFSELL INTERESTS IN CHARLOTTE NBA POST 


H 2 


1 1/12/06 


2 




N 




\ 


FANFAOE: LEFTY IN THE NBA? 


H 2 


1 1 /I 3/06 


3 




N 






OPIFSELL TO COACH IN FESTIVAL' 


S 2 


1 I/20/B6 B 


6 




N 






FANFARE: LEFTY AIN'T OEAO YET 


H 2 


11/21/36 C 


3 




N 






DRIESELL SHOULDN'T be OLYMPIC FESTIVAL COACH 


S ' 


11/25/86 A 


4 




E 






ORIFSFLL NAMED COACH IN '87 OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 


H 2 


12/09/86 D 


1 


p 


N 






DRILL, ISOEEL CRAVEN 
















MRS. DRILL TO SPEAK AT DUKE 


S 7 


9/29/06 C 






N 


















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" 0NrKL " , WS l L - , 1 !/^ B ' f " HE5 -MS.H1 



1/09/87 



ORUMWRIGHT, KACOONALO (ROXBOROI 
MAN HURT IN WRECK 



DUBUC. ROSA KING (DECEASED! 
OPI TUARY 

DUCKFR, FR=DFRICK JR. 

CLOTHING. TV, CASH STOLEN FROM CAR PARKED AT MOTEL 

PUCKETT, BETTY ( W IN STON- S AL E M 1 IDE r EASEOI 
FANFARE: DUCKETT CHARGED 1Ut - tAitUI 

DUCKETT, HCRPERT 

FANFARE: DUCKFTT CHARGED 

DUCKETT, KENNY 

FANFARE: DUCKETT CHARGED 



S I T 
E L Y 
C PC L P 8YL 



IRISH, TOLLY 

CHILD HURT IN ACCIDENT ,, , . , 

WRECK HURTS CHILD! man SOUGHT J \ 10/11/86 C 3 N 



S 2 10/11/86 C 1 M 

H 2 4/D6/86 C 3 N 

S ? 10/3D/R6 1 P F »71 

! ! U/01/I6 » 7 N 

S 2 10/18/86 A 4 l 

H 2 10/23/86 A 4 L 

H 2 4/30/86 C 2 A 



OROEGE. KRISTEN 

PURSE SNATCHEO YANKS OPFN CAR DOOR 

OROMGOOLE, PETER 

SHADOWS OF OROMGOOLE 

ORUCKER, JOAN DR. 

KFSFAPCHER TO BF GUFST ON RADIO SHOW 

"'ii^llg^dlSL^ t.xpa^rs BR1YH,LL 5EEKS SP6NDI ^ cut 

DRUM, JIM 

WHOOPS! HE GOOFED: ANDREWS F0» JUDGE IAD) 

DRUM, KEITH 

DUKE GETS SHO^T SHRIFT 

DRUG TEST EMBARRASSMENT SMALL SAC°IFICF 

UNTIL THREATS ARE CARRIED OUT, WF'RF thf wnsTArcc 

ACC WRITERS. BROADCASTERS SUPPORT SELECT I Sn'mETH^D [j | VAV/"t B 3 « "' 

DRUM, RENN JR. 

PANEL DISBARS LAWYER CONVICTED IN COCAINE CASE 
ORUMHELLER, WAYNE 

DURHAM MAN TO COMPETE IN EASTER SEAL MARATHON 
"RIIMMONO, RUE 

METEOROLOGIST SAYS DROUGHT HASN'T BFEN WASHED AWAY 
ORUMMOND, JERE 

D"UMMOND NAMED TO N.C. HOARD IF EDUCATION 

TELEPHONE EXEC NAMED TO EDUC AT ION BOARD 

DRIIMMOND, KENNY IBASKETBALL PLAYERI 

FIrIn-^AY 5 ^"the/ncV™ J ' JC ° "° ' * ' ^" » ? .V.\1'«<> £ .* . N 

DRUMMONO. OSBGURNE 

48 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA FOUND IN TRUNK OF CAR 



H ? 4/02/36 A A L 
H 2 7/U9/86 A A L 



H 2 8/10/86 C 7 
S 2 3/09/86 A ■> 
H 2 8/21/86 10 



S 2 4/01/36 A ' N 
H I 4/32/86 B 5 N 



H 2 11/18/86 D 14 P F 071 

H 2 6/07/86 B 9 N 

H 2 4/29/86 B 3 N 

H 2 8/21/86 A A L 



DRYE, CAROL 

CITY RESIDENTS ABUSE COUNTY D'JMPSTER SITES 
OUBEAU, MICHAEL 

CUSTOMER WANTS GREEN TREE RESI STENT TO CIGARETTE BUTTS H 2 3/0V86 B 7 P F 046 

DUHIN, MICHAEL LEE (DECEASED! 

OBITUARY 

DUBOCO, JOHN 

WHERE WERE WHITES OURING KING MEMORIAL? 



H 2 1/06/66 B 
H 2 2/04/R6 A 



DUBOSE, H0W4P0 

CAMPING STORE PLANS TO MOVE ,. , 

HEAPED FOR WHITEWATER? HERE'S SOME INFORMATION | \ %',{%',%% 3 F R71 

DUBOYCE, MARION (CHAPEL HILLI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY H 2 12/10/86 C 6 



DUCKSUN, R. C. 

STUDY MAY BE CONDUCTED DF BALD EAGLES AT JORDAN 
DUCKWORTH, ALTON 

■SWORD OF PEACE' SEASON IS ENDING 
DUPEK, VIRGINIA 

HIGHWAY 58 NE r DS SIGNAL, MORE PATPOLb 

DUDLEY, KABEN ELIZABETH (MASS.! 
DON'T PAROLE DRUNKEN DRIVER 

DUDLEY, LINDA C. 

CENTEOFEST GOES TO THE DOGS 

DUDLEY, PETER I LALIR J.MBURGI (DECEASEUI 

^. Y : r ? FF1Ce '"> K,LL "ORIH CAROLINA MAN 
POLICF HAVE NO MOTIVE IN SHOUTING 

OUFFEY, GWEN 

SHE'LL STICK TO READING: RETIRING UNC PRESS EDITOR FNJOYS HER WORK H 2 6/22/86 D 3 P U H45 
DUFFY, EDITH 

HOW OTHERS VIFW US 

'TOUGH' RULES ON DEFENSE H ! 10/17/86 A 4 L 



H 2 12/11/86 B 

H 7 8/26/86 C 2 

H 2 1/01/86 C 3 N 

H 2 8/23/86 D 3 N 

H 2 8/23/86 DIM 

H 2 8/23/86 D 3 N 

S 2 3/07/86 C 1 N W82 

H 1 8/19/86 C 1 N H60 

H ? 3/2D/R6 A 4 L 

H 2 11/12/86 A 4 L 

H 2 9/21/86 A 4 L 



H 2 12/26/86 B 8 N 
H 2 12/27/66 C 3 N 



PUFFY, JENNIFER 

MBS. FLKINS JOINS SANFORD S T A= F 

DUKE, BENJAMIN NEWTON 

OUKF WILL REMAIN AMERICAN LEGACY 

DUKE, 9R0DIE 

TOBACCO COMPANY HAS DEEP ROOTS IN DURHAM'S HISTCRY 
OU»E, POP IS 

FIVE TAR HEELS. FAMILIES MAKE FORBES' LIST OF 400 RICHEST IN AMERICA H 2 11/09/86 C 13 U L41 
PUKE, JAMES P. 

TWO PROFESSORS SEEK TAR HEEL ACCOUNTS OF EARLY CHINA TRAVELS 
DUKE, JAME-: n. (HENDERSON! 



H 2 11/04/86 A 

H 2 11/27/86 B 1PM 

S 2 8/28/86 A I p N H70 

S 2 8/26/86 A 1 p N H03 



H 2 6/12/86 D 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



TWO MEN CHARGED WITH SHOP BREAK-IN 

OUKE, JAMES BUCHANAN 

TOBACCO COMPANY HAS DEEP ROOT"; IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 

DURHAM FACTORIES ONCE RULED TD3ACC0 WOkLu 

RFinSVILLf (CARTOON! 

DURHAM HILL LOSE BIG PIECE OF ITS HISTORY 

OUKE WILL REMAIN AMERICAN LEGACY 

DUKE. JESSIE RUSSELL 

CR I M E r sT0PP=P S TIP LEADS TO RECOVERY OF STOLEN GOODS 

SCHOULS' STOL c N COMPUTE" EQUIPMENT FOUND 

TIP LEAPS TO ARREST 

MAN CHAPGFD WITH SCHOOL BREAK-INS 

WOMEN ASK DIRECTIONS* RGB HAN WHO AIDS THEM 

TIUKE. TONY 

DUKE STUDENTS GET CONFIDENTIAL HELP FOR DRUG ABUSE 
OUKE RECEIVES AWARD FOR HELPING YOUTH 

HUKEt WASHINGTON 

CENTENNIAL OF DURHAM CHURCH RENEWS INTEREST IN DUKE FAMILY 
TOBACCO COMPANY HAS DEEP ROOTS IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 
FORTUNE STARTED WITH c O CENTS 
THE TABASCO. TOBACCO RO«DS 



NAMES 



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duk. 



. WILLIAM EUGENE (DECEASEDl 
OBITUARY 



DULA, LUCRE 

ORANGE TOUNTY HONOR 

CLUB ENCOURAGES SHARING OF IDEAS 

VOLUME OF PROSE. POEIRY IS PRODUCT OF WHIMSICAL HIND 

DULIN, THELMA CHANDLER LEHMONO (DECEASEDl 
OBI TUARY 

DULINA, ANPRFw S. LT. COL. 

ARMY COMMANO WORKS TJ EXPANO UNCONVENTIONAL FORCES 

DULL. RICHARD 

MARYLAND AO KNEN ABOUT TERPS" ACADEMIC WOES 
TRAGEDY OF BIAS CASE HAS PECO"E A TRAVESTY 
MARYLAND AT"LFTIC DIRECTOR DULL RESIGNS FROM POST 
DPIFSFLL STILL FEELS SECURE OFS°ITE OULL'S RESIGNATION 

ou M AS. ANN 

DESPITE EMPTY N C ST, 



SHE STAYS PLUGGED IN TO YOUNG STunENTS.. 



nyMAS. PAUL 

OUKE WILL CONDUCT SE XUAL- A SS A'J LT STUDY 

OUNBAR. ROBERTA DR. 

TR UNCLE PROFS BACK BOOK 

nuNCAN. EUP (DELTA AIRLINESI 

FEW SPECIALS SEEN FOR RDU FLIGHTS 

DUNCAN, G. C. (RixBOROI 

REJECT HOSPITAL PLANS 

DUNCAN. HENRY C. (PINEHURSTI 

8RO0IE NAMES CHAPLAIN To BOARD 

CHAPLAIN FROM PINEHURST JOINS DUKE OIVINITY BOARD 

DUNCAN. MARY LEE (DECEASEDl 

WAY CLEARED FOR MEN'S MURDER TRIAL 

OUNCAN. NANCY 

WOMAN COMMUNICATES WITH TOUCH 

OUNCAN, PHIL 

DURHAM PREPARES FOR COLD BLAST 

OUNCAN. : 
DON 1 



T THROW STONES 



•SLAP IN FACE' 



DUNEGAN. EMANUEL 

WRITER LABELS MRS. HERON'S STATEMENT 
MRS. HERON WAS WRONG 
COMMISSIONER HERON SLAPPED NO ONE 

DUNHAM. KATHERINE 

DUNHA" TO RECEIVE DANCE FESTIVAL awakD 

scripps winner named 

'onwards and sideways' 

adf : old ano new, east and west on dance card 

award to choreographer dunham launches festival at duke today 

DANCE FESTIVAL A»ARO HONORS OR. DU'.h-" 
DANCE FESTIVAL PAYS TRIBUTE TO MS. DUNHAM 
OANCE SEMINAR PRESERVATION PILOT 
SALUTING AND SAMPLING THE 1984 OANCE FESTIVAL 

DUNLAP, BRYANT 0. (CHAPEL HILLI 

WALKER, ET AL. VS. STATE IN COURT ON LAND SALE PRICE 
WALKER, OTHERS RECEIVE 495,000 LAND SETTLEMENT 

DUNLAP. HENRY ICHATHAM CO. I 

BOAPD RACES TO BE LIVELY IN CHATHAM 

DUNLAP, THOMPSON WIN 

CANDIDATES IN CHATHAM TALK GROWTH 

ONE REPUBLICAN ON CHATHAM BALLU T 

DEMOCRATS FAKE WELL IN CHATHA" ELECTIONS 

OUNLAP ELECTED CHAIRMAN OF Chatham COMMISSIONERS 

DUNLAP, JOANN ( TROY I 

TRUST FUND SET UP FOR WOMAN WIO NEEDS DOUBLE TRANSPLANT 
TRANSPLANT BECOMES NECESSITY DURING PATIENT'S TRIP FOR TESTS 

DUNLAP, VIRGINIA S. (CHAPEL HILLI 

WALKER, ET M, VS. STATE IN CDuRT ON LAND SALE PmIC c 
WALKER, OTHFRS RECEIVE 595,000 LANU SETTLEMENT 

DUNLOP, GEORGE S. 

N.C. SENATOR'S AIOE GRTS POST 

APPOINT"ENT ADVANCES 

U.S. OFFICIAL TOURS AREA. WILL ASK FQR QUICK AIO 

U.S. OFFICIAL: ORANGE D'OUGHT WORST HE'S SEEN 

HCECHANFY SFEKING FEED FOR FARMERS 

DUNLOP. JA>'ES 

PLANNER SAYS ROAD PLAN WON'T MEAN CONDEMNING LANO 



DUNLOP. JOHN w. "JAKE" 
PUBLIC TV HAS COME 



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EACH RESIDENT IS DIFFERENT AND AN INUIVIUUAL 

DUNN, BILL 

COURT UPHOLDS JUDGMENT AGAINST DUNN 

DUNN, BURLFY 

PERSON RESIDENTS CONTESTING ACTION ON DEVELOPMENT 

DUNN. CHARLES (TFXTILESI 

TEXTILES HAS MORE WHITE-COLLAR JOBS 

CHARLES DUNN HIRED AS SSU OFPUTY DIRECTOR 

FORME" REPORTER GETS TAPPED TO SERVE AGAIN 

MAN OIES AFTER APPARENTLY SHALLOWING COCAINE 

SBI SAYS IT WILL KEEP MONITOKING GROUP OPPUSIMG SHEARON HARRIS 

DUNN, GERMAN (DECEASED! 
OR I TUARY 

DUNN, GLADYS (BURLINGTON) 

THEY CELE3RATFD 5D YEARS TOGETHER WITH A SPIN IN THEIR 1928 MOOEL A 

DUNN. JAMES A. 

WHOOPS! WE GOOFFD: 6NOKEHS FOR JUDGE (AD) 

DUNN. JEAN 

PERSUN YMCA RENTS SPACE IN R Ox BOKO BUILDING 

DUNN. JEFF (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

PAGF'S DB DUNN COMMITS TO T I OF 

DUNN. JIM (BURLINGTON) 

THEY CELEBRATFO 50 YEARS TOGETHEK WITH A SPIN IN THEIR 1923 MODEL A 

DUNN. MICHAEL ANTHONY ICASTALIA) 

FRANKLIN MAN SHOT IN HAND ANO ARM 

DUNN. MIKE (NATURALISTI 

GOOOBYE SUMMER, HELLO WORLD... BABY SEA TURTLES FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL 

DUNN. NAOMI ALBERTA (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

DUNN, PAUL (NURS C I 

KEEPING COOL HOT JOB 

DUNN. PERRY 

EACH RESIDENT IS OIFFERENT AND AN INDIVIDUAL 

DUNNAGAN. GRANT COL. 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

DUNNAGAN, TED LOWELL (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

OUNNF&AN, BERMA (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

DUNNEGAN, HAZEL PECRAM 

'MISS OURHAM' 1935 REMINISCES 

DUNNEGAN, "ARY EVELYN (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

DUNNICK, N. REED 

NEEDLES REPLACING SCALPELS, S»YS DUKE RADIOLOGY PROF 
NEEDLE PEPLACING SCALPEL IN SOME CASES. PROF SAYS 
NEW X-RAY MFTHOOS SAFER 
COMPUTERS IMPROVING ON X-RAYS 

DUNSTON, KENNETH WAYNE (RALEIGHI 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
ROBBERY SUSPECT CAUGHT IN CHASE 
POLICE CHASE ENDS IN ARREST O c RALEIGH MAN ON ID CHARGES 

DUNSTON, WARTIE UMSTEAD 

DRUO-BRF AK-I N ARRESTS ARE MAD- 

DUPREE, DEBORAH CREECH 

TWO 0»FORO RESIDENTS SUE OVER ACCIDENT 

DUPREE, FRANKLIN T. (JUDGE) 

SEMI-RETIRED JUDGES BALK AT LAW ON TAXES 
MACDONALD SUPPOPTFR SEEKS INVESTIGATION 

DUPREE. JIMMY 

MOKE "AROON DEVILS H 2 12/09/86 A A L 

DUPRFE, JOHNNIE ( HURL INGTON I (DECEASED) 

EX-OFFICER SHOT TO DEATH WHILF HELPING WITH HAY H 2 8/18/36 C 1 N 

OBITUARY H ? 3/19/36 A 4 P 

BURLINGTON POLICE SEEK 2 SUSPECTS IN SLAYING H 2 8/19/B6 C 1 N Hf,n 

12 HELD IN SLAYING OF BURLINGTON MAN H 2 8/20/86 A 1 N 

LAWYERS APPOIMTFD FOR SLAYING SUSPECTS H 2 3/21/86 B I P N H6D 

TWO INDICTED IN ALAMANCE MURDFR CASE H I 9/04/86 B 1 N 

TWO MEN PLEAD INNOCENT TO SLAYING IN BURLINGTON H 1 9/23/e6 C 1 N 

MAN HELD IN SHOOTING INOICTEO IN BREAK-INS H 3 9/3D/P6 C 1 N .127 

DUPRFE, LOUIS DR. 

PRESIDENT'S TRIBUTE TO CHALLENGER'S CPEW H 2 2/U>/»6 A 4 L 

DUKF PROFESSOR SAYS RAIDS HON' T STO» LIBYAN TERRORISTS H 2 4/16/36 A 1 N (54 

AFGHANISTAN'S AGONY TOUCHED HIM PERSONALLY H 2 7/27/86 C 1 P U H49 

AFGHANISTAN. VIETNAM ARE NOT TH>= SAME H 2 7/16/86 A 4 L 

DUPREE. NANCY 

AFGHANISTAN'S AGONY TOUCHFO HIM PERSONALLY H ? 7/27/86 C 1 P U H49 

ONE-IHIRO OF AFGHANS HAVE FLED S 2 8/27/86 A A L 

AFGHANISTAN. VIETNAM ARE NOT TH C SAME H 2 9/16/36 A 4 L 



DUPRFE, NATHALIE 

SOUTHFRN COOKING UPDATE 



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DUPANT. BARBARA B. (CARYI 

CONGRFSS IONAL CLUB HURTS FUN07RBURK H 2 4/22/86 A A 

DURHAM, ANTOINFTTE 

KIDNAPPING CHARGE FILED IN HENOFKSON H 2 9/15/36 A 12 

DURHAM, BAPTLETT U D . 

DURHAM WAS LITTLE BOOM TOWN S 2 l2/29/«6 A I P <= H70 

DURHAM, 8EVE°LY 

STAFF OF SIX HANDLES OVER 600 PROBATION CASES H 3 8/30/36 C 1 N W27 

DURHAM, DONNFLL 3ASHAN lOXFORDl' 

OXFORD MAN HELD IN SHOOTING O r A TH H 1 3/16/86 C 1 N 

OXFOkO MAN DIES F°OM GUNSHOT ^ 7 8/16/3? u 5 n 



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INDEX 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



PG L P a YL 



nuPHAM, GEORGE JP . (HENDERSONI 

TEEMS CHARGED AFTER BREAK-IN PHOUF 
TEENS ESCAPE FROM VANCE COUNTY JAIL 

DURHAM, ISAAC WILLIAM (CARR80R3) (DECEASED! 
OBI TU4RY 

DURHAM. JATJIIELINE GREEN (HENDERSON! (OECEASFlII 

vance woman shot tj death in mshap 

ou°ham, lessie g. ichapel hilli io c cfase0l 
obituary 

durham, marie (b'lrlin&tqni 

cancer scam nfts woman 6-mdnth term 

durham, mark 

wrong-way oriving on t-85 causes three-vehicle wreck 

durham, robert clifford "r.c." i h il lsborough i (oeceaseoi 
obituary 

Durham, sherrie ipittsboroi 

oay-care ce'iter object of suit 

day care center expresses regret over girl's injury 
chapel hill center to close march 28 
rockinghorse day-care center to close 

durham, tood 

hf's a veteran volunteer 

durham, william h. "bill" cmobilf, ala. i (deceased! 
obituary 

durham, william wallace (henderson! 

vance woman shot tu ueath in "ishap 

DUTROW. GEORGE F. DR. (U.S. FOREST SEkVICESI 
OUKE'S DUTROW NOMINATED FOR D-ANSHIR 
FORESTRY SCHOOL GETS 1375,000 G°ANT 

"UVALIER. JEAN-CLAUDE 

NCCU PROF: HAITI WON'T MISS DUVALlER 

O'JVALIER (CARTjCNI 

FALSE FC I ENOSH IP S 

...WHST'LL YOU GIVE US FOR JE'N-CLAUDF Du VAL I ER ? . . . ICARTOONI 

MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY 

EDEN COUPLE W4S WITNESS TO TURMOIL UNDER DUVALIER 

OUVICK, TODD J. 

GRANVILLE STUDYING POLICIES TO PROTECT CREE0M0O°'S LAKE 

DON'T B c DUPED: DERMATOLOGIST: EVEN A GOOD "OISTURIZcR CAN'T REALLY... 

DWIGGINS, COLON WRIGHT (PARK AVENUE! 

4 1/2-YEAR SENTENCE IMPOSED FOR SEX CRIMES 



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nYER, ALLEN R. DR. 

CHAPLAIN SAYS MEO STUDENTS FA^E TOUGH ISSUES OF ETHICS 
UNPLUGGED FEEDING TUBES NEW FOCUS OF RIOHT-TO-DIE DEBATE 

DYER, DONNA 

OURHAM COMMITTER ENDORSES FIRM TQ DRAFT DOWNTOWN 'LAN 
CITY MAY SEEK GRANT FOR PARKING GARAGE 

DYER, FRANCES 

CIT12FNS GROUP TO SEE< COUNTY AMBULANCE PANEL 

DYER, SUSAN 

AUTHOR IS 'OFF AND RUNNING' AFTER HER FIRST STORY... 

OYKES, JAMES E. (CENFRAL ELECTRICI 

GE BRINGING 125 WORKERS TO PAR* 

GE BRINGING 125 WORKERS TO TRIANGLE 

martin NAMES 3 NEW DIRECTORS c OR u ICROE LEC TRONIC S CENTER 

DY«ALLY, MFRVYN M. 

SHAW UNIVERSITY. WHALING MONEY LINK INVESTIGATED 

DYSART, DAVID IMATTHEwSl (OECEASEOI 

MATTHEWS MAN DIES IN HOUSE FIRE 

C ADES. ROY 

FISHERMAN PLUCKFD FRO" WATER 

EAGLFTCN, THOMAS (SEN. I 

EAGLcTON TALK MONDAY 

EAGLETON: U.S. STANDARD OF LIVING MAY SUFFER FROM TRADE I"bALANCE 

■BIG MACS USELESS IN SHOWDOWN WITH USSR" 



C AK c 



EI-ATTQENEY GENERAL AIDE GETS HEARING ON DISMISSAL FROM job 



TWO CANDIDATES REPORTED CHOSEN FOP CHANCELLOR OF EAST CAROLINA 

C ARL C Y, GLENN ALVIN IHENDfcRSONVILL r I 
MAN IS Charged jfteR SON SHOT 

C APL C Y, WESLEY (HENGERSUNVILLEI (OECEASEOI 
MAN IS CHARGED AFTER SON SHOT 

tPl^. CLIMON BERNARD 

-AN IS ARRESTED FOR STEALING SHOES 

EARNHARDT, DALE 

IHE BIG 'E'S n 4 YT0N» PICKS 

CRASH-MARRED SEASON TURNS T" G0DDWfi-\:~ 

EARNHARDT ADOS TO B'JiCH SER!E= "J»lN-TION 

EARNHARDT ON POLE FOR MOTORCRAFT 500 

EARNHARDT TAKFS FLAG FL.R SECO" 19B6 WIN 

EARNHAROT'S PIT C» EW GETS • 5 SS I S I * 

EAHNHfiP n T, WALIPIP NEAWIY SHO.' RACING COMPASSION 

600 VICTORY FHL'ILLS DALE'S D^EAM 

EARNHARCT FUcLS FOES TO WIN oCj 

EARNHAROT REALIZES '600' DREA" 

FA.'.FARE: ET CFTFRA 

RACF FOR POINTS PUIS FARNHARO' IN THE HOT SEAT 

E1PNHA-PT TAKES GRANU NATIONAL WIN 

«ITH FIVE RACES LEFT, IT LOOKS LIKE EARNHAROT 

EACNHflROT C°UISFS PAST GRAND NATIONAL FlcLO 



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•IRONHEAD' EDUCATED ON NASCAR CIRCUIT 
EARNHARDT TAKFS WEEKEND SWEEP, INCRFASES LEAD 
EARNHARDT: WALTRIP'S BARBS MAK E RACES • MORE ENJOYABLE ' 
EARNHARDT CHASING FLAG. POINTS TITLE tNJLTABLt 

EARNHARDT, JFAN 

SECOND AIR AMBULANCF TO SERVE ALAMANCF 

FARNHAROT. JOHN WILBUR IOECEASFDI 
OBITUARY 

EARP 'n!!!S H , A l!; DAVID 'SPRINGFIELD! IUECFASEDI 

Un I T UA R Y 

FAPP, TONY DOUGLAS IKK" I 

12 MORE PEOPLF INDICTED IN CR1 SS-PUPN I NC. PROBF 
JURY CONVICTS SIX FORMER KLAN MEMBERS 

EASLFY, WILLIAM 0. JR. 
FIVE HURT IN WRFCK 

C ASUN, CARRIE MAE IOECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

FASON, DAVID 

N.C. "AN GETS LIFE SENTFNCE IN WIFE'S DEATH 

c ASON, MARTHA LOCKFY IOECEASEOI 

N.C. MAN GETS LIFE SENTENCE IV 



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WIFfS OEATH 



ST. JOHN (SENATORI 

FILING OPENS FOR N.r. OFFICES 

EAST'S ATTENDANCE WORST IN SEMATg 

SANFORU. RAPING FOR KACF, FILES AS S=NATF fANnmATC 

SANFORD NEEDS MOKE THAN HERE MEMORIES CANDIDATE 

FAIRCLOTH AVOIDS CONTEST WITH SAN<=OPl> 

HEL"S AGAINST EAST RETIRING EARLY 

SFNATOR fcAST SHOULD RESIGN 

AN ISSUE OF SFNIORITY 

BLACK REALTOR ENTFRS SENATE RACE 

POLITICAL L-GFNOS ATOP DEMOCRATS' SFNATE TITKET 

EAST, HELMS VOTE AGAINST GENOCIDE PACT "'* tl 

S..?J D *J E TO R , SENATE OPPOSES R AL ANCED-BI1DGE T AMENDMENT 

BLACK SENATE CANDIDATE SEEKS "GUERATr IMAGE 

PHONE OFFICIAL SAYS MILLER MESSAGE LEGAL 

R^AGAN-TOUc'H^'oF^GTJP^L^'f^ L ITTLE-KNOWN HOPEFULS 

SFN HS FAS 4S JnnNH N K c ?^ Se !i aT ??5 ? H0 SWITCHED SAUDI ARMS VOTE 

|^UCK rN.^^AglSrLASD' AS * ER-JicVaTc.VaGEOUS "'"^ '^^ 

RFACAN SAYS SEN. EAST 'QUIET, EFFECTIVE LEGISLATOR' 

^ST.? F ciA}H L |HOCK P ,N^ S0RR °" " ^ST V |AtireY SL4 

BROYHILL LIKELY EAST SUCCESSOR 

BOUYHILL EXPECTED TO »EPLAC C -AST 

;fM:^ 0HN „ ES ST: BRAVE ANO LIKEABLE 

SENATOR JOHN FAST: 1931-1986 IEOITORIAL DRAWINGI 

JOHN FAST SERVED HIS STATE ANT NATION WFLL 

AIDE SAYS EAST TOOK DRUGS FOR DFPRESSION 

FA A ? E Fm ?,;!f N R ^"3S IaL ^- Rvl:e F ? R SEN. FAST TOUAY 
SfaJ.FULOCIZEO AS COURAGEOUS PATRIOT 

JrSyh^L SL tap?eB ^ T F,^ 4 E ^ T ''s^ J j L 5 V T,nN "POKING ^ST 

BROYHILL CHOSFN TO PINISH TERM OF SEN. EAST 

BROYHILL APPOINTMENT IS GAMBL= FUR GOP 

BROYHILL RIGHT CHOICE 

HOUSE LEADERSHIP SNUBBED PROTOCOL 

M'jJJN SfcTS VOTE NOV. 4 FOR BRUYHILL'S HOUSE SEAT 

SS^S 1 ?f. ^fe E ^ I IC1N SCHEDULED NOV. "to F I LL HOu S ES<= A T 

broyh ll's staff is preparing for move to senatf 
|?o; h ill pla.ms low key senate ceremony munoay 
3P0YHILL sworn in as senator 

c'eJ." ^"! lT SPOYHILL'S SWEARING IN 

, E ,^ T c,' c Pf il .' ROUBLES CAMPAIGN-FUNDS CAP 

H !" E cE«IrP N r S £ FN0ING ENOUGH FUR CANUIDAIES 

U.S. SENATORS PAY TRIBUTE TO JOHN EAST 

DOCTOR WHO TRFATEO EAST 'RELEASED' 

I'll ^ L4ME0 UOCTUR FOR DIAGNOSIS FAILURE 

^n!J.R°L r 2 R TTED TQ R^HNQUIST DRUG DEPENDENCE 

A^u'NHE"fHY°lE?K Cr,1R « ,riCIZ " I" E»ST?S SUICIDE 

CONSERVATIVE UNION RATES HUUSf, SENATE 

FEC RULING HEIU NO I LIKELY TO ALTER SFNATE RACE 

hi u hway5 named fur senators east and frvin 

S|N. SANFORD TO BE SwORN IN ON DEC. 10 
SEN. EAST'S SUICIDE SHOCKS STATE 



PASTBURN, GARY CAPT. 

EASTBUKN FIGHTS ANG C R, 



TRIES TU MOVF on 



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EASTBUKN FIGHTS ANGER. TRIES '0 MPUF Or 

N.C. MUROERPR RECEIVES STAY OF EXECUTION 
FASTER, MITCH 

NEW tPITION LET'S AC T I VF IS S^ACI^R, WITH C»UNCH 
EATON, CHARLES E. 

DUKP PRCFS, STUDENT GET CULTU<fc AWARDS 

WIDE SPECTRUM OF SCHOLAR S-HIP^n'in' N.C. CULTURE AWAROS 

E * T0N 5B1TUARY LI " 8ETH PAGE IB ' 1L ' IM """ ; ' (DECEASEOI 

EAVES, EUGEN- A. 

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ENERGY PROGRA' 

FBPON, CLIFF 

DURHAM "AN SAYS CITY HAPASS1N" HI" 

WHY CAN'T INSPECTORS ANSWER HIS COMPLAINT - " 

ECHOLS, BARBARA 

DUKF TRUSTEES PONDER SHESSLER SUIT 

ECHOLS, DOROTHY KERR IOECEASEOI 
CO! IUAHY 

FCHULS. LOUISE 

NATURAL HELPEPS COORDINATOR NAMED 

•NATURAL HELPERS' ARE RFCPUIT=0 TCI COUNSEL TEENS ON PREGNANCY 

EL'OR. JOHN (DFCEASECI 
ORI TUARY 

ECTOR, TERRY L. (5PAHAMI 

VICTl" OF OITCH CAVE-IN 'FAIR' 

EDOINS. LANu S. JR. INEW ORLEANSI 
POLICE OFFICER COMMENDED 

FOOLEHAN. FDITH R. 

VOTE DOWN HATER. SEWER "ONOS 
BONOS BENEFIT DCVFLOPERS 

FOOLFMAN. HELLS 

AGENT ORANGE NOT "OK' 

U.S. SHOULU STOP GIVING AID T3 CONTRAS 

RAUIU C FAVOREO FQR NUCLEAR WARNING 

SPUYHILL'S VOTES WERE RIGHT 

FORMER WORKER CHARGES CPfA F AL S I F I E RECORDS 

NUCLEAR WASTE DILFMMA 

NUCLEAR PLANT SHUULDN'T OPEN 

CHATHAM RESIDENTS OPPOSE NUCL C AR PLANT 

OUKHAM "ACKS PLANT CONVERSION 

CHEAPER TO LET NUCLEAR PLANT SIT IULE THAN lu LET IT OPERATE 

NUCLEAR POWER PLANT GETS THUMBS DOWN AT CASH MEETING 

OPPOSING PLANT 

IF SCIENTISTS DISAGREE, LET PJbLIC DECIDE 

DOARD WON'T PRO p E ALLEGATIONS AROUT CPLL 

CASH "OLLCALL... 

EXPERTS WEIGH SHEARON HARRIS* SAFFTY 

CPf-L. C.A.S.H. VIFWS CLASH ON PLANT DELAYS 

H C, LL STAY ANO Fir.HT 

A SEXIST COMMENT 

SHEARON HARRIS REACTOR A PHESSURE COOKER 

ENERGY-FFFIC IENT HOUSES SAVE "ONEY 

FUEL TO BE LOADFD TODAY AT SH c ARON HARRIS PLANT 

COUNT" CUM.MI SSIONERS IGNORE OUTCRY 

c DOY. DAVID M. O c • 

5 NAMED DISTINGUISHED PROFESSORS 

EDDY. DONALD K. 

EDITORIAL OMITTED VALID POINT" 

FOOY. MONICA 

THEY TRAVELEO THE ROCKY ROAD OF ROMANCE 

EOFBURN, JUDSON 

THOSE LCBLOLlIES ARE A LABORATORY 

FOELFN, J. T. 

BALANCED EDITORIAL PAGE 

FDELMAM, CHARLES D. ICHAPEL HILLI 
IT WAS A POLITICAL RALLY 
PRIDE IS RACK 

FOELMAN, JOANNE 

6 COUNTY SCHOOLS GET NEW PRIN11PALS AT ROARO'S SESSION 
6 COUNTY SCHOOLS GET NEW PRINCIPALS 

NORTHERN HIGH PRINCIPAL PUSHES COUNTY BOND VOTE 

FDFLMAN, MARY PETH 

PROGRAM ALLOWS COMMUNITIES TO USE STUDENTS FOR RESEARCH 
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTES STUDIED 

FOEN. ALVIN OR. 

PARENTS OFT c N OVERFEED "ABIES 

E3FN»UR I. JUSTIN 

REZONING DENIED NEAR C RWIN RU«U 

EDFNS. JAMES K. 

EOENS 10 PEHRE AS PERSON AO 

FDER. JAME« 

STOP ROSEMARY SOOARE PROJECT, SUIT DEMANDS 



C UER, MARY 

STQP ROSEMARY SQUARE PROJECT, 



STONE IOWFR IS OK 



FUGAPTON, WIL OK. 

MANY SUFFER HOLIDAY BLUES 



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FDGEPTDN. CLYUF IxRIItPI 

WRITING'S LIKF PLANTING CORN 
EDGEKTUN, MCCORKLE 3PFN TWIN 
DURHA" WRITER SIGNS, SINGS 
ARTS OAY AT SOUTHERN H[Gri 

F DOER TON. ED 

BRb HEAO'S COMPLAINT SPURS CALL, NO PRO 
MONCY-RA 1SEPS RAISE ijUESTIONS 

FDGERTCN, GEORGE T. I FR A'lM INTONI IDFCFASEOl 
FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN KILLED IN WRECK 

FOGERTCN, J. WILREPT U° . 

MODERATION, PLANNING CAN REDU'E 



ILL AT DURHAM C0UN1Y LI n KARY 



(PLIOAY STRESS 



EDI'ISTEl, CUFuS 

EOMISTtN SAYS LEAVING OFFICE IS LIKE STARTING ALL OVER >»MM 
FAIRCLUTH E'RECTEO Tu FILE Ntxl WFEK AS SFNATF CANDIDA1F 
EOMISTLN ENDORSES SANFQRD 



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CPtL T H?PES r FQ»IST"N AI ° F r ' ETS HFiR1>IG 0N 1ISHISS4L FROM 
EDMISTEN CGNSIOERS RUN FOR LT. GOVERNOR 

iis.8? ?£r^i!iER L Hu$£pr TDR eye ^ lt - GovtRNnR bid 

EDMISTEN MAY GET POSITION I N SENATE PROBE 

EDMISTEN BEING CUNSIDEREO FOR SENATE COMMITTEE POST 

C DMISTCN, HENRY C. 1CHAPEL HILL I 

REAL FSTATE BROKER LOSES LICENSE 

c DMJNO, JESSIE R«Y 

HAY CLEARED FOR MEN'S MURDER TRIAL 

EDMONDS, bOBPY 

PRINCIPAL COMMENDED 

EUMONUS. HELEN 

ABERNATHY'S REJECTION 'SIN OF OMISSION* 
f3?.1 £ 2, ^CCU UETAM RECIPIENT OF GOVERNOR'S AWARD 
N . CCU 1° ,NAMF PUILOINGS HONORING WALKER, OR. ESMONDS 
WALKL-R SAYS NCCII'S GROWTH PROJECTIONS MAY BF TOO HIGH 

FOMONOS, HENRY L. REV. 

EBENE7ER BAPTIST NAMES PASTOR 

EDMONDS, JUDY 

PRINCIPAL COM"ENOED 

r UMONDS, WOODY (CHAPFL HILLI 

SCHOOL FINANCE OFFICER RESIGNS 
TEACHER'S RESIGNATION ACCEPTEO 

EDMONUSON, BILL 

«2.4 MILLION GOAL SET FOR UN I T E-D WAY 
UNI T EO WAY DIVISION LEADERS NAMED 

BSfrMS w^y'IuVoI b1??er ¥ '"o'mmjn'itV "' 3 " ,LUDN G04L 

SSfSi&ft E^L A f5Y?Es EM ^roIsP PR Tl s A E s/ F ^,yy ITED - AY GIFTi 

UNI^WaTs^aTsE^GUAL 5 " ""^ G ° AL ^ "•° 35 
^VyST. 66 " 5 ' CONTRIBUTORS MAKE UNITED WAY WURK 
UNITED WAY SUPPORTERS THANKEO 
PEOPLF: UNITEO WAY MAGIC 

c OMONUSGN, CAL 

PIEDMONT'S EXPANSION LACS 

TOLL-FREE CALLING FOR AIRPORT IS PUSHED 

c OI'ONOSON, DONNA 

POSING FOR MAGAZINE JUST MATTER OF MONEY 
EUMONDSON, WILLIAil H. OR. 

SifJIS C ,'.I!^ S ; ? "JRHAMS HAVE MUCH IN COMMON 

HttJJPS W* V 'S FALL CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN NAMED 

UNITEO WAY PLANS PUBLIC KICKOFF 

EARLY GIFTS PUT UNITED WAY AH= AD 



G-HEIGHT LIMIT PASSED 



FOMUNSON. GENE 10XFUPDI 

DEVELOPER PLANS HOTEL AND OFFICES 
HOTEL PLANS UNVEILED TO CITY; BIIILDIN 

EEDWAODS.ArLPEM (CHAPEL HILL! (DECEASED! 
Unl I U^KY 

EDWARDS. BOB 

2 CHAPEL HILL CROUPS POSTPONE AIO TRIPS 
PUWAPDS* C. R. HEP. (O-CUM^EflLANDI 

?EL^?io!J Ct Sp r ^E D R KEEP KING ' S ° PE " ALIUE 

EDWARDS. C. »UTH 

NCCU TO HONOR WOMFN FOR SCHOOL CONTRIBUTIONS 

FOWARDS, CHARLENE (HENOERSONI 
LOVE IT UR LEAVE IT 
SILENCE NOT THE AMERICAN WAY 
AMERICA'S THE CEATFsf 
PREMEDITATION WAS PROVED IN MANCUSO CASE 

FDWAROS, CHACLES DAVID (HENDERSONI (OECEASEOI 
WRECK INJURIES EATAL FOR HENDERSON MAN 

EDWARDS. CLARENCE far l ICARRRORUI 

WANTEn "AN ATTENDS COURT, AND IS ARRESTFO 

EUWARDS, CLARENCE WALKER 
DRUG PHOBE NETS 19 

FOWARDS, DANIEL K. 

COURT: EX-MAYOR IS DUE LARGER SHARE OF ESTATE 

EDWARDS, DANIEL K. SP . 

THE UNVANOUISHEO WINNER 

?DW4 °2L , 1 g?"CLAS ILOUISBURGI (OECEASEOI 
MAN FATALLY INJURED IN TRUCK CRASH 
FRANKLIN MAN DIES IN WRECK 

EDWARDS, EOOIE L. 

LICENSE ALL CONTRACTORS 

EDWARDS, EFEIE LEE IDECEASEDI 

OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

c OWARDS, FRANK (ROXUOROI 

TwT^FCk'pE^ON^RIF^ ' F1LtS * S PERSaN C0UNT * SHERIFF CANDIDATE 
DIXON WINS PERSON RAC C 

EDWARDS, GAYLAN STEWART (CHAPEL HILLI 
DRUG PRPBF NETS 19 

FDWAROS, GLADYS REGIN (ATHENS ST.) 

WOMAN ChaoGED WITH OKUG POSSESSION 
FIRM SAYS 3 ORGANS missing 

FDWAODS, GRAY ALEXANDER JR. 

MAN SOUGHT IN SHUOTING OF COU D LE SURRENDERS 
FDWAROS, HARRY DR. 

COLLEGE SPURTS EXPERTS AOVISE COACH. OISCUSS SHORTCOMINGS AT DUKE FORUM 
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MAN CHARGED AFTER 6 BOYS "IT 3Y SHOTS 
FIVE ACCUSEC OF ATTEMPTED ARSON 
TEEN SENTENCED IN BURNING CAS C 

EOuAPQS. JACK IROSFSI 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

ROSES STORE OFFICER RESIGNS 

EQWARDS. JAMES 

ROTARY PICKS EXCHANGE TEA* 

FOWAODS. JAMES PETE IL^XINGTONl IOECEASEO) 
LIGHTNING BOLT KILLS LEXINGTON MAN, oO 

EDWAROS. JfRPY V. (VANCE CO. I 

VANCE COUNTY "AN SHOT TO DEATH; FATHER WOUNDED 



EDWAROS. JOHNNY RICHARD (VANCE CD.) (OECEASED1 

VANCE COUNTY -"AN SHOT TO OEA IH ; FATHER WOUNDED 

EDWARDS. JULIAN IFOANKLIN CO. I 

FOUR DE»OCRATS, ONE REPUBLICAN FILE FOR FRANKLIN SHERIFF 
JOHNSON LEADING IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 
JOHNSON WINS FRANKLIN SHERIFF PRIMARY 



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EDWARDS, LEO (FRANKLINTONI 

FOANKL1N SHERIFF'S RACE D»AWS CANDIDATES 

FRANKLINTON POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS TO CAMPAIGN 

FRANKLINTON APPOINTS POLICE CHIEF 

FOUR DEMOCRATS. ONE REPUBLICAN f[ L e FOR FRANKLIN SHFRIFF 

FOUR DEMOCRATS IN PRIMARY FOR FRANKLIN CGU-NTY SHERIFF 

FRANKLIN SHFRIFF CANDIDATES" PHOTOS MXFU 

JOHNSON LEADING IN EHANKLIN COUNTY 

JOHNSON WINS FRANKLIN SHERIFF PRIMARY 

EDWARDS. LORA BELL SETTLE 1 ST AR I (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

=D.APDS. LUCY ICHAPEL HILL) IDECEASEDI 

OeiTUARY 

E3WAP0S, MATTHEW "STEEL BOTTOM" JR. 

FINE. SENTENCE HALVED IN COCAINE CASE 

EOWAOOS, MINNIE IWlLSUNI 

MADEAR PELATES JOY OF RAISING 16 CHILDREN 

EDWARDS. PPATha w. (NEW YG°K1 (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

EDWARDS. RALPH P. 

FORMEt LEGISLATOR FACING CHARGE OF SEX SOLICITATION 

EQWAROS. ROMULUS LACOSE JR. 

ALAMANCE TEACHER FACtS CHARGES 

EDWARDS, SAMUEL REV. 

CONGREGATION URGED TO 3U 1 T CONVENTION 

EDWARDS. T. J. IFOOTBALL PLAYER) 

TOP BACK COMMITS TO BLUE OEVIL FOOTBALL 

MORF THAN EARTH SHOOK IN GEORGIA THIS WEEK 

T.J.'S PREAM; OUKE FOOTBALL R=CRUIT T.J. FUWAROS YEARNS TO SHINE... 

TIGERS. TERPS APE NEwSSTA'IO FAVORITES 

OUKE "EDEVILS BOBCATS 

EDWARDS' TO GIVES BLUE DEVIL FANS EARLY FIRE-ORKS 

EDWARDS BRIGHTENS LACKLUSTER WIN 

OUKE TAILBACK EDWAROS HONORED 

OUKE TACKLES WINLESS VANOERBILT 

ED-AROS SUITS OUKE 

EDWAROS LEAVES DUKE 

DUKE DROPDUT WEIGHS T»ANS C ER TO GEORGIA TECH 

FDWAROS. TFRCY (SALVATION ARMYI 

SALVATION ARMY DONATIONS JUMP 

EGWARDS. THQMAS 

COLLECTOR MAY PURSUE OVERDUE WATER BILLS 

CITY "ANAGER TO RFVIEW DISCIPLINE OF TAX-AG=NT 

OFFICIAL SAYS BILLS. ASSESSMENTS OlFFFR 

EDWARDS. THURSTON F. ILOUISBURG1 OECEASEOI 
CAR HITS TRAILED. KILLING ITS ORIVEP 

FQWARDS. TINA 

NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR "OTHER OF YEAR 

EDWARDS, VIRGINIA OUNCAN 

C"!U=T: EX-MA rOR IS DU C LARGER SHARE OF ESTATE 

EDWAROS. WANCA 

DUKF CHILDREN'S CLASSIC CONSIDERED 'GREAT SUCCESS' 

ECWA°DS. WILLIAM MALCOLM ICHATHA" PLACE) 

US. ODD IN STOLEN GOuDS RECOV-R c O: 3 CHARGED 

EDWAOQS' WILLIAM ROY (DECEASFOI 
OBITUARY 

EOWAPOS, WINONA PAGE IDECEASEDI 
JP I Tuary 

FFIRD, JAMES ». DR. 

OUKE PROFESSOR: SOME RELIGIOUS NOTIONS MISINTERPRETED 

OUKE PROF: GOSPEL* VARY 

OUKE PROFESSOR TO L c AO BIBLE STUDY PROG°A" 

LECTURES SLATED ON BIBLICAL TOPICS 

CHRIS'MAS STORY BLENOS Two DIFFERING ACCOUNTS I"! BIBLE 

EFLANO. LINUSEY IO°ANGE CO. I 

SCHOOL BOARD ELECTS E c LArO AS CHAIR";.'. 

NO SCHOOL BOARD RESPONSE 'LAN'ltO ON MERGlP SIIIUV 

EGERTON. MAO c L A. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO GRADS 

EGGLESTON, EUGENE 

EGGLESTON PROMOTED T u CITY CI=CULATI3N HEAO 

EGGLESTON, HOLLY (OURHAH CREATIVE :ivITAN CLUB I 



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12/31/B6 



CIVITANS BETTER OUR COMMUNITY 

FHLE. JOHN (WINSTON-SALEMI 

N.C. AUTHOR LOOKS AT 'STATE OF THE AuT-;» 

AMERICAN liberalism TOPIC OF UNC CONFERENCE 
EHMANN, JOHN 

R^oiL"o5L L LEY N ^R|E gOORSES CHAN'S BONO REFERENDUM 

i^l^pAr- 1 -""''-- 1 -^'^-^-'^?^" 07 "- 
psBJf»^l^? N ¥"fSFlir E "- A - N ^;rfsi!iii 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION NEEDED 

SEWER, HATER QUESTIONS SUPPORTED 
EHRETH, DONALD J. 

ASSESSING RISKS CRUCIAL FOR MAKING POLICY. 
EHOLICH, TIMOTHY H. 

CANCER, DISEASE RATES ARE HIGHER NEAR REACTOR CENTERS 
"=HRMAN - MANDEL, MURIEL 

SOPHISTICATION SUITS PHOTOS 



EPA OFFICIAL SAYS 



FICHELBERGER, 
DEI TUARY 



UT STYLE HURTS PRIMITIVE ART 
FLORIDE GREEN (DECEASED) 



EIDENIER, PETTY ( HI LL SPOROUGH I 

TWO W"MFN WANT TOWN BOARD SEAT 

JfKr^Sf'V FnR T0 - N H °» R SEAT 

TEACHERS FINO NEWSPAPER USEFUL IN TEACHING VARIETY OF SUBJECTS 
FIHSON. KIRK 

DURHAM MAN TIES UP SOVIET PHOVFS 

PHONE JAMMING PROTESTS DETENTION 
EILBFR, CHARLES "CHUCK" 

TRIANGLE OFFICIALS EXPRESS SHOCK, SADNESS 

^ i H 2Hb1f?H r T™" ™ SSH 1 ""«» *«»" ™ -um E ... 

5 1J DGro.R 4 s'°M^H M SC S HStJi: i -HEAR 4 ?^ rHE WAY ,N SQU ™' S SEaKCH ™* EXCELLENCE 
FIVE NOMINATED FOR CHAMBER'S BOARD 
DISCIPLINE WOES FALL AT MATH SCHOOL 
■> NOMINATED FOR DURHAM CHAMBER BOARD 

EILBFR. OI«NE 

•TRANSITIONS' BRINGS OUT CAROLINA DANCER'S DRAMA 
FRY, HENRY 

PERSON OFFICIALS LOOK AT NEEOS OF SCHOOLS 
EILY. KEORICK 

TWO-WAY STANOOUT 

SHRINE BOWL SELECTS FOUR FROM PAC-6 
FISENACH. STEVE 

DINNER TRAINS, EXCURSION TOURS EYED 
FISENBEIS, ROBERT A. 

i U ^ ,C , £E9 F CO-WRITES BANK-OFREGIILATION BOOK 

•• K p?r ;-■""- ^ N o li 83r «**"«*, 

N.C. HANKS TRY To LURE RICH CUSTOMERS 

FISEN OBITUARY TER "'J 8 ^ 5 ^"" 'DECEASED! 

EISENHOWER, OWIGHT OAVIO 

JKE'S WARNING SHOULD NOT THWART STAR WARS 
B S uf?ER H °?v S ER ED iuN r AL "SERVES REBUTtSl"" 5 
TROUBLE IN ASIA... (CARTOONI 
PAT ROBERTSON'S THEOLOGY: IT WOULD BE A BIG CHANGE 

EjroG y,' NKEIRUKA. CATHERINE 

5'S E ?J* N WIN S ACAOEMIC AWARD 

300 ACHIEVERS HONORED AT NCCU AWARD5 OAY 

EKFLANO, JIM 

YOUTH APPPEClAriON WEEK 

EKELUND, LARS OR. 

DUKE STUDY SHOWS FITNFSS DEFENSE AGA[NST HEART ATTACK 

FL " M, ^?Sy Ce CONRAD IHENDERSON! (OECEAiFni 

BROTHERS DIE IN BURNING CAR AF TER COLLI SI ON 



ELAM, LEONARD 

BUSINFSS OWNERS FIRST 



HAO A DREAM 



ELCHLEPP, 
GOV. 



JANE G. DR. 

M ARTIN NAMES 4 TO HEALTH PANEL 



f >- ER. ALEXANDER (DECEASED! 

MAN, 74, CHARGED IN NEIGHBOR'S DEATH 

ELDER, ALFONSO OR. 

WALKER HAD FOUR PREDECESSORS 
ELDER, GLEN H. JR. 

TIME MAY NOT HEA L WOUNOS OF HEAVY COH BAT--S TUDY 



ELDER, WILLIAM H'JBFRT JR. 
UBI TUARY 



(DECEASED I 



FLORIOGE, m 4 o IF n . 

COMPUTERS KEY IN EDUCATION — RT I EXECUTIVE 
C LFBY, L. b. (DECEASFDI 

RALFIGH HOSPITAL PATIENT OIFS FOLLOWING FIRE 
FLEY. HERBERT 

In'the^StliHht 65 GR4NTS to " " T,s " 

Bti! , 's^l?? N , a Ja^d" PCR ^ RM "« 
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N N U A L lNUtX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/80 



DAVIS WILL NOI SEEK SECOND TE'M ON ALAMANCE BOARD 

ELIAS. SHEILA 

CALIFORNIA ARTIST'S WORK TO 8 C SHOWN 
LONPON/FLIAS: RE ASUN/DYN AM IC S 

ELIEL. ERNEST 

GOVERNOR PRESENTS N.C. 



AWARD TO FIVE PEOPLE 



FLIOT, ROBFRT S. OR. 

SPEAKER GIVES TIPS ON HANOLING STRESS 
STRFSS ATTACK: TOO MUCH STRFSS CAN BE FATAL 

C LI3T, T. S. 

OUKE PHCF TO SPEAK ON T.S. FLIOT 

OUKF PROFESSOR TO HELP CELEBRATE ELIOT'S BIRTHDAY 

FLKINS. A. COOLIOGE 

PIEDMONT JET CHRISTENS ROU'S 155 MILLION RUNWAY 

ELK INS. ANGIE 

MRS. ELKINS JOINS SANFORD STAFF 

ELKIMS. COOLIOGE 

FATHERHOOD CHANGES LITTLE OV E° YEARS 

FLKINS. FREO (DURHAM COURT COUNSELOR! 

JUVENILE CASES UP 25 PERCENT IN DURHAM COURTS 

ELKIMS. JACK B. (CHATHAM CO. SHER1FF1 

UOAPD RACES I" RE LIVELY IN CHATHAM 
ONE REPUBLICAN ON CHATHAM BALLOT 
OEMOCRATS FARE WELL IN CHATHAM ELECTIONS 

ELKINS. JIM 

DURHAM AUTOS SELLING WELL WITHOUT INCENTIVES 

C LKINS. MIKE (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 

ANOTHER ELKINS: WAKE'S MIKE FOLLOWS UNC ' S 
ELKINS AMONG 9 PLAYERS SUSPENDEO BY JAKF 

ELKIMS. ROD 

ANOTHER ELKINS: WAKF • S MIKE FOLLOWS UNC'S 

ELLAPBY, G. H. 

TELECOM GETS PUFRTO RICAN CONTRACT 



ROD INTO AC C... LI ME LIGHT 



ROO INTO ACC...LI MELIGHT 



OVETA (DECEASE"! 



FLLEBY. ROSA "BUG" 
OBITUARY 

FLLEOGE, WARREN 

PRINCIPAL GROWS ROSES AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

ELLEN, JOHN M. 

POLICE CHASE UNFORTUNATE 

FLLENSERG, VINCE 

CANCEP SCAM NETS WOMAN 6-MONTH TERM 



FLLER, DIANE HOUSE IBUTNFRI (DECEASED! 

BUTNt» WOMAN DIES IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE TO BE FILED 

FLLERQEE. GEORGE 

N. TELECOM BEATS COMPETITION: SYSTEM CAN CARRY NEARLY EVERYTHING. 
NORTHERN TELECOM OFFICIAL: W03 KFR S DON'T NEED UNION 

ELLESTAD. CHRISTINE 

COUNTY NEEDS RECREATION GRANT PROGRAM 

ELLINGTON. ALLIE G. (OXFORD) 

GOVERNMENT OFFICES IN OXFORD SCATTERED 
COMMITTEE TO INTERVIEW POLICE CHIEF APPLICANTS 
OXFORD MAY SPECIFY POLICY OF NUT ANNEXING INDUSTRIES 
MAYOR, PRIEST, BUSINESSMAN: HE'S ALL THREE 

FLLINGTON, BLANCHE CRABTRtE IDECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

ELLINGTON, LARL MCKINLFY (CARRBOROI (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

ELLINGTON, WAYLON EUGENE (DECEASED! 
OR I TUAR V 

C LL10T, JEFFREY 

OR. fcLLIOT To SPEAK AT EXCHANGE CLUB 

ELLIOT, LORETTA 

ANOTHFR LORFTTA'S ON THF RISE 

2ND LOkFTTA HOPES TO MATCH IDOL'S FA, IE 

ELLIOT, MICHAEL (HOPKINS ST.! 

11-YtAR-OLD' S CONVICTION OVERTURNED 

ELLIOT, ROGER LEE (SPRING LAKE! 
ASSAULT CHARGES RFDUCED 

FLLIOTT, ALTON 

DURHAM GAS PRICE DROP MAY BE ENDING 

FLLIOTT, ANNE R. 

SCHOOL BOARD IGNORED PARENTS, CHILDREN 
DURHAM CITY SCHOOL BOARD EFFECTIVF 
WR ITE" WAS "I SOUOTED 

FLLIOTT, BFTTE 

BFTTE ELLIOTT FILES LAST COLUMN 

c LLIOTT, BETTY 

PLAYERS GROUP PULLS IT OFF 

FLLIOTT, BILL (STOCK CAR RACFRI 

'86 PO.NTIACS AKF LOOKING STRONG, BY INEWI DESIGN 

ELLIOTT, EARNHARDT WIN TWIN RACES 

THE BIG 'E'S DAYTONA PICKS 

ELLIOTT'S 10TH SEASON HAS SLOW BEGINNING 

ELLIOTT JOINS TRANSOUTH FIELD 

212.229 MPH: ELLIOTT SETS STOCK CAR CUALIFYING RECORU... 

FOR ELLIOTT, A QUICK TRIP 10 THE POTTOM 

FOR ELLIUTT. PRFSSURE STARTFO AT "AVTONA 

MEDIA ADO TO ELLIOTT PROBLEMS 

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p DATE C pr. I o nvi 
P.M. DIGEST 

TEA»MATFS SURPASS 205 MPH IN PRACTICE 
ELLIOTT'S MISHAP GIVES RICHMOND WIN 

FANFARE: 'elLIoVaTuCs" T - B "" ,S FLIGHT F0R '" 
FANFARE: ELLIOTT TO BE AT OC S 

c LLinTT, BGB8Y R. 

ELLIOTT GETS AWARD FOR FARM PRODUCTION 

ELLIOTT, CARMEN 

PUPILS ENJOY BRUSH WITH CREATIVITY 

ELLIHTT, CHRISTOPHFR [CHAPEL HILLI 
LET'S MOTHBALL NUCLEAR PLANT 

ELLIHTT, DAVID (BASKFTBALL PLAYER] 
TIGERS' ELLIOTT GRABS TOP SPOT 
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING 

TIGERS' SCORING STAR A BLEND 3F QUIET CONFIDENCE, ABILITY 
ELLIOTT, GFNACAH "JAKE- 
GOLF BENEFITS MENTAL HEALTH 
ELLIOTT, HELFN K. 

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL GRANTED TENURE, LOSES POSITION 

BOARD REMOVES PRINCIPAL, GIVES HER TENURE 

SCHOOL BOARD IGNORED PARENTS, CHILDREN 

DURHAM CITY SCHOOL BOARD EFFECTIVE 

WRITER WAS MISQUOTED 

FAYETTEVILLE ST. SCHOOL TO GET NEW PRINCIPAL 
FLLIPTT, HELEN S. 

TWO RUN FOR PERSON SHERIFF 

PERSON COUNTY CANDIDATES GIVE VIEWS 

DIXON WINS PERSON RACE 

PFRSON COMMISSIONER EYES RUNOFF 

ELLIOTT, JACKSON 

PIEDMONT TECH SMALL BUSINESS CENTER PLANNED 
ELLIOTT, JAN (PERSON CO. DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES! 

pI^on^ouStTp^tJonI sisftjrs&T&J " EirE " t ° *° ^ 

ELLIOTT, JOYCE (NCAEI 

BUNCOMBE TEACHERS RAP CAREER PLAN 
ELLIOTT, LEE ANN 

FEC MEMBER CALLS PROBE OF COBEY DEBT 'SILLY 1 TAPE 

ELLIOTT, MARK 

•SOMEONE ELSE'S BOYFRIENO' 

ELLIOTT, MFLZIE E. IDECEASFOI 
OBITUARY 

EU - ,n Il! T , T . H SS* S CLIFTON IOECEASEOI 

HIrsonal S m*r r H4S gon " on l "' ng - nough 

ELLIS, BETHANY JOY (DECEASEDI 
OPI TUARY 

ELLIS, B C TTY (8YNUM) 

AN EASYGOING COMPANIONSHIP 

ELLIS, CLIFF (BASKETBALL COACHI 

TIGERS' ELLIS CULLS BEST FROM CROP AT GUARD SPOT 

!L "SgSfe i §5i g FS ,, -!sS*Sg t ! ,, aft"5J|gfcua , -KSg8E" ¥Ha,,c,,T ' 0F K,LL,NG 5HER,EE 

6LL I S •„ ,"AI G B . (SUPERIOR COURT JUDGEI 

JUDGE UPHOLDS SEARCH OF ADAM C FVE PREMISES 

ELLIS, CURT 

JUDGE HALTS SUIT BY GOLDSBURO CITY COUNCILMAN 
FLLIS, DAMN 

COUPLE LOOKS FORWARD To CLOSE MARRIAGF 
ELLIS, ELUFrlT 

CLEARING A HURDLE 

C LLIS, EVA IBAHAMAI 

THANKS TO HOSPITAL STAFF 

SAY ONLY WHAT IS GOOD. HELPFUL 

Hd^KA r Y S S S SS% n T^? W TS H SFF^CT nKEN rWGHT '" SCH ° UL 
ELLIS, HAROLD 

MAN CHARGED WITH FIREARMS VIOLATION 

' :L '" IS OPI!u' F RY" JIl, " SIDf,EY 'DfCEASETI 

FLLIS, KAY 

CITY HALL HONORS KAY ELLIS 
ELLIS, LILLIAN 

CAPTION WAS INCOMPLETE 

ELLIS, LLOYO (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

' rLLIS ;ul5 M k l | L .! U 9 ENE I'tBULONI 

SHERIFF SAYS JAIL INMATE CUT HIMSELF 

ELLIS, STEVEN w. 

WINNING PHOTOGRAPHY 

ELLIS, THOMAS C. 

8 SEEK To FILL COUNCIL VACANCY 

FLLIS, THOMAS F. (CONGRESSIONAL CLUB) 

R?^ R 6[l^SrMFE L T U ,N%?F0RT , Jg''EN0 USS"™" AFTE * ™«RBURK ■ S LOSS 

ELLIS. TOO" (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 



N E E 

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I T 
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L ° BYL 


S 2 7/02/86 B 3 
H 2 7/24/P6 D 1 
H 2 9/01/R6 D 1 
H 2 9/14/86 B 12 
H 2 9/25/°6 D 4 
H 2 9/27/B6 D A 


N 
P N 

P N M14 
P N Ml 4 
P N 

N 


S 2 12/16/86 A 3 


N 


S 2 4/01/B6 C 1 


P N S84 


H 2 12/23/B6 A A 


L 


S 2 l/02/»6 S 3 
S 2 1/16/86 B 2 
H 2 1/17/86 C 1 


N B15 
C U MI'S 
P N H4t 


S 2 9/05/B6 B 1 


P N G 59 


H 2 5/27/86 B I 
S 2 5/27/86 B 1 
H 2 6/03/B6 A A 
H 2 6/Q9/B6 A A 
H 2 6/13/R6 A 4 
S 2 8/12/B6 A 7 


N A54 

N S84 

L 

L 

L 

N S84 


H 1 2/05/R6 e 1 
H 1 5/01/B6 B 1 
H 1 5/07/86 C 1 
H I 5/08/86 B 1 


N 

N S80 
P N 
N 


H 1 7/19/R6 C 1 


N H6P 


H 1 4/08/86 C 1 
H 1 10/22/86 C 1 


N 
N 


S 2 11/26/86 A 3 


N 


H 3 7/19/B6 C 3 


N 


H 2 8/03/B6 E 6 


D F 7U 


H 2 12/03/86 A 18 





H 2 12/23/B6 C 6 





S 2 6/28/86 A A 
H 2 7/01/B6 A 4 


L 
L 


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H 3 6/26/B6 C 1 P P L20 


H 2 12/28/86 B 2 I 


N M14 


H 2 11/22/86 C 1 
H 2 12/12/86 b 3 


N A5A 

N 


H 2 12/10/86 C 1 


N W27 


H 2 8/2B/P6 A 17 


N 


H 2 11/23/B6 E 7 P 


F H45 


S 2 4/25/86 B 3 P 
H 2 5/11/86 B 5 P 
H 2 7/13/86 B 1 P 
H 2 8/10/86 6 7 


P L20 

N B67 
N Y55 
N 


S 2 2/08/B6 A 4 
S 2 5/29/86 A 4 
S 2 9/09/P6 A 4 
S 2 11/25/86 A 4 


L 
L 
L 
L 


S 2 12/20/86 A 2 


N 


H 2 3/15/86 C 2 





S 2 2/24/B6 A 1 P 


N M69 


H 2 6/26/B6 A 4 


L 


^ 2 6/16/86 B 6 





-l 1 2/25/B6 C 1 


N 


> 7 8/08/86 C 1 P 


P 


1 2 12/24/86 C 1 


N S51 


1 2 5/12/86 C 2 
< 2 12/18/86 A 20 P 


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NAMES 



"ACE 153 
1/09/8 7 



ELLIS GETS BIG-MME STA=T 

TCIOO ELLIS LIVING UP TO HIS PRESS RELEASES 

ELLIS, TO 

ellis tames i«ace for nascar circuit 

new kays sought to finance pa=ks; ehtpv fees scorfo 

panel pcnders parks proposal 

fllis, vesta 

hohe Sheet -anu c actured home 

a community torn asunder: orange factory residents adjust tc new ho''es 

c llis, warren ioeceaseoi 
obituary 

ellison. evahgfline -. 

city should improve public transportation 

ellison, harlan 

wpiter will pi=rco=m 6ef0re live auoience 



IOECEASEOI 



C LLIS3N, JAMES GASFIELO JR. I3EAUFCRT) 
TRUCK DRIVER SH"T IN FAYETTEVILLE 

ELLISON. PERVIS 

CAhOINAlS 7?. BLUE DEVILS 69/DUKE PRAISES 'NEVER NERVOUS" PERVIS ELLISON 
LOUISVILLE GETS DYNASTY TALK 

El-ORE, Fk; .■ 

SCHOOL ^OARO HIRES FINANCE DIRECTOR 

CHANGES PROPOSEO FGR SCHOOLS' ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 

c LMO=E. LE'OY 

DURHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 



EL-JRE. PR2BIEN LEE -P.L." IDfcCEASEOI 
P.L. fL"0=E. FORMER DIRECTOR 

C LROO. HELEN LYON BEAMS IVIRGINIA BEACH, VA.I IDECEASEOl 
OBITUARY 

C LSAM, HARHLH G. ICHAPLAI.NI IDECEASEOl 
GRAND OLO FLAG STORIES RECALLED 

ELSEVIER. ERNEST 

CAR PINGS NOT RFLATEO TO GaS-LEAD CUTS 



E H»F. -COOES IOECEASEOI 



FLTE'ICK, ANN 
OBITUARY 

ENBREE. EOwARO L. Ill 

JUDGE LABARPE CTMMENDED 

ADOPTION UPDATE IN NORTH CAROLINA: INDEPENDENT ADOPTION RISKY 

EMERSON, EVERETT H. DR. 

EMILY DICKINSON FANS EAGERLY ANTICIPATE UNC IOOTm ANNIVERSARY MEET 

EMERSON, STEVEN IAUTHORI 

SPEAKING OF OUTRAGE... 

E — ETT. -E°EOITH 

ILLEGAL CONTRIBUTIONS 

BCNO PROPOSALS LACK PLANNING 

BONO PROPOSALS LACK VISION 

EM-ONS. GAOItY 

it's a one-of-a-kind love affair 

;--rv, e~ 

REPORT: ECU PLAYERS RECEIVE^ Cash 

CHANCELLOR Says E-CRY NOT FIRED FOR VIOLATIONS 

LENDL MASTERS BECKER IN STRAIGHT-SET LESSON 

ECU FINISHES REPORT CN POSSIBLE VIOLATIONS 

ECU GIVES REPCRT CN EMORY TO NCAA 

ECU INVESTIGATION SHOWS VlOLATjn^^ 

EX-ECU COACH SAYS RECOROS USED IN PROBE WERE STOLEN 

UN THE KLAA'S DOCKET. ..ECU FOOTBALL PROGRAM GETS M|LD PROBATION 

EMORY PUSHES FOR US3L TEAM NEXT SPRING IN NORTH CA<PLINA 

5"~R», IRENE PERRY IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

EMORY, JOSEPH GRAY 

OFFICER HEARS CAR COCR SLAM: 1RSAK-IN BOOTY IS RECOVERED 

FMORY, MIK' 

ROUGH CUT 

'.C -ATTER THE FLIGHT, 10 OTHER CHAMPIONS SOARED SUNDAY, TOO 

ErORV CHASTS PAST PAUL 

EHCRV, TIMOTHY LEE 

MICROWAVE OVEN STOLEN 

FNPERG. OICK. 

BASKETBALL SHRINE? PLANS TO UPGRADE CAMERON'S I"AGE... 

ENFINGER. RICHARD p. IGASTONIAI ID--CEASEDI 
2 CAPlCITE WCRKERS KILLED By FUMES 

EHGEBRETSEK, STEVE 

CAVALIEPS FACING 'MUST-WIN' GAMES 

=NGELHARP, ELAINE FENNELL ICHAPEl HILLI 

malt =EVE»AGE C"A=GF LODGED 

z~ !■- : - - ;•. ":-:-z ; 

- -AN CLEARED OF SERVING ALCO-'OL TO MINOR AT PARTY 

FNCELHARD, VIRGINIA 

THOROUGHFARE PLAN FOR TOEVBURN GETS COUNCIL'S OK 

PANEL 3KS CONCRETE-FIRM PLAN 'OR PLANT 0.'. ANGIER AVENUE 

CnuhCICEN WRANGLE OVER PHONES. TRAVEL 

ROCKING 00»N ThE RIVER 

LITTLE RIVER LAUNCH MAY AFFECT WATER 

SPEAKERS CITE POOR SERVICE AT HEARING ON PHONE Rate hKE 

LET THE FOLKS FISH 

ENGELS, FRIE"RICH 

MARX, ENGELS must BE ROLLING IN GRAVES 

FNGLANO, MICHAEL 

N.C. C I = MS URGED TO CONSIDER TRADE FAIR IN JAPAN 

EWLAN", NICK 

ENTREPRENEj'S wERE SEEKING ««. MILLION AT VENTURE '36 

FKGLER. m,ck j. DR. 



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S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

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8/29/66 
10/30/P6 



2/15/36 
10/10/66 
10/21/06 



l/l9/0 o 
3/17/86 



8/30/»6 
11/25/P6 
10/26/66 

1/21/66 



4/01/06 
4/03/86 



6/25/86 
1/04/ P6 



7/09/06 
12/03/06 
3/15/R6 
6/22/E6 
2/15/86 
7/23/R6 



1 P 
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1 T85 

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H 7 

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6/06/66 



A/06/06 
2/03/06 



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S 2 
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8/07/86 
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H 2 

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H 2 

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1/10/06 
1/17/86 
l/2?/06 
1/23/06 
1/23/06 
l/2A/°6 
1/29/66 
•S/1C/06 
10/31/O6 



3/29/96 
6/16/06 



7/06/86 
7/07/86 
7/07/86 



2/11/06 
2/13/06 
6/05/06 
2/21/P6 



5/17/06 
5/29/86 
7/11/06 



1/22/06 
<./02/°6 
4/11/06 
5/0!/Oo 
5/29/66 
7/2A/06 
12/12/66 



12/23/86 

10/18/86 

5/11/86 



C 2 
A 12 



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N C36 
N =2 = 



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•I -69 

N S51 

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N M 6 9 

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I N U £ X 
12/31/86 



REPUTATIONS OP KOREAN RESEARCHER, DUKE COLLIDE IN COURT 
SOME CLAIMS DISMISSED IN SUIT AGAINST DUKE 
, J , U B^. E c°^? P T„ E^ N ? 4Nr IN LAWSJIT AGAINST DUKE 
U WINS SI. 19 MILLION IN SUIT «GAINST DUKE 

ninrl ?, S ,?!°.IS SII A5 ! DE ^ERUICTS IN SUIT AGAINST OUKE, . 
JUOGE CUTS 560,000, LEAVES «l. 13 MILLION OF AWARD TO BIOLOGIST 

ENGLISH, LARRY JAMES (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARIES 

ENNIS. ANTHONY WAYNE (HENDERSON) 

ASSAULT CHARGES FILEO IN SHOOTINGS 

ENNIS, MARY KATHFRINE ( HI LL SBOR OUGH I 
WOMAN MISSING IN HILLSBOROUGH 
ORANGE SEEKS LOST WOMAN 

ORANGE OFFICERS SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN 
t! ! , L . L &. B S5 OUL.H MEN REPORTED MISSING FOUND SAF<= 
HILLSBOROUGH WOMAN STILL MISSING 

"'fSING WOMAN'S NEIGHBORS FEAR FOUL PLAY AFn U T 
MISSING WOMAN'S PARENTS STILL STUNNFD 
FAMILY, DEPUTIES STILL PUZZLEO BY WOMAN'S DISAPPEARANCE 

ENNIS, TEEN W. (OURHAM POLICE! 

3 CHASES KEEP POLICE SERGEANT ON THE RUN 

FNNIS, WAYNE 

HARRIS PLANT BATTLE... 

™?. RI f„ NU i LEAB P °WER PLANT TO COST EXTRA 1 1 9 1 MILLION 

CPCL TO DELAY COMPLETION OF 2ND UNIT 

ENPILE. JUAN PONCE 

ENRILE PEMAINS THRfcAT TO MRS. 
AQUINO (CARTOON! 



TWO OOCTQPS 



AOUINO'S POWER 



ONE RACE UNDECIDED 



ENTMAN, ROBERT 

AN^NSULflKn^ffA^r ^ ALWAYS BETTe«--OUM STUDY 

MARKHAM SHOULn CONISDER HIS OWN RECORD BEFOPL CRITICIZING GULLEY 

ENTWHISTLE. RICHARD 

DURHAM MAN PRESENT FUR FIRST H-BOMB TEST 

ENTWISTLE, W. GRAHAM 

SHANfY R pHOTE-T USES T ° CHAR0E UNC STUDENTS WITH TRESPASS 

UNC SHANTY TOWN TORN OOWN: TRESPASSING CHARGES REJECTED AGAINST FIVE 
EPANCHIN. ALEX DR. 

5IyS E cIS„l C0RE BETTER THAN EXPECTED ON TEST 

ZI3L-££9S ES ENCOURAGE COUNTY SCHOOL UFFICIALS 

WOODCROF1 LAND SET FOR COUNTY SCHOOLS 

EPP, ELDON JAY 

EPP TO SPEAK ON MANUSCRIPTS 

NEW TESTAMENT FOCUS OF WEONES3AY LECTURE 

EPPERSON, STUART 

JUSTICES, JUOGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 
£A95 , SS T £'S USE 0F 0M EMPLOYEES CONTESTEO 
KJ t ? f ,! - <n,5 CONGRESSIONAL SEATS UP FOR GRABS 
?^S F n.JI S 2 U ?P T IN 10TH DISTRICT U.S. HOUSE RACE 
CANOIOATE «ON'T ASK FOR RECOUNT 
GOP CANDIDATES WANT U.S. REMOVED FROM IMF 
c»Ec™£ C JcSc C 5JlII£J Z f INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND 
SANFORD ASKS VOTERS FOR D=BAT C QUESTIONS 
n,Vr?'l r ?'£ T HAS "EPEAT OF NEAL, FPPEPSON DUEL 
BLACK PAC BACKS dROYHILL; SANFORD LEADS 
NEAL DEFEATS EPPERSON TO WIN SEVENTH TERM 
o D -C r- E DE ? a ^ RAT5 RECAPTURE TWO SEATS IN U.S. HOUSE 
PRICE IS TOP SPENOER IN CONGRESSIONAL RACES 

EPPERSON, WALLACE W. 

STATE'S FURNITURE INDUSTRY IN GOOD SHAPE AS MARKET OPENS 
FPPS, CHRISTOPHER 

CHARLOTTE LAWYERS FILE SUIT TO HAVE PRISON TORN DOWN 
EPPS, GARRETT 

EDGERTON, MCCHRKLE OPEN TWIN "ILL AT DURHAM COUNTY I iniiiv 

ANNUAL WRITER'S CONFERENCE ATTRACTS TOP "aSeS IN AREA 
FPTING, ROPERT (ATTORNEY! 

C«^|H^C?VoN D ofi G EvScu?T^^DR^ E S K ^,T[?,!M V ' CTM4 "" E >^0» 

ATTORNEY: HARRIS FOES ARE BE IMG MANIPULATED 
COURT ORDERS EVICTION OF MASSAGR BUSINESS 
MASSAGE PARLOR DROPS APPEAL 

OWASA TOLD STUDY NEEDED ON WATERSHED DFVFinPMFMT 
NUCLEAR PLANT HH I S TLE-3L OWER " aS Y OF ?| ? , CK?NG NE CK OUT' 
ERDMAN, JEAN 

ERDMAN HONORED 

EREXSON, TIMOTHY MARK 

SALVATION ARMY BREAK-IN 
SALVATION ARMY ROBBED; MAN HELD 

ERICKSON, BONNIE E. OR. 

DUKE OIRECTOR ELECTED TO POST 

FRIKSON, RACHEL 

GIVING SPEECH THE RUB FOR DA VALEDICTORIAN 

ERVIN, ALONZO (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

ERVIN, FRANK OR. 
LOOKING GOOn 

ERVIN, MARGARET BELL (DECEASED! 
WIDOW OF SEN. ERVIN DIES 

MARGARET RELL ERVIN, WIFE OF LATE SENATOR 
WIFE OF LATE U.S. SFN. SAM ERVIN EULOGIZED AS 



VERY GRACIOUS LAPY' 



FRVIN, SAM (FORMER SENATOR! 

w;s8w o oF 6 si5!:'^v.fi ,c Dirs ME ' s4Mi ^l^o 

j? R "S| T , 5! E E L ,, E ? V,N ; W1FE 0F LATF - SENATOR 
E»viN°MU L SEUM HsgSolIB" S4M ERV1N FULlJG " E ° «S ' 
FAMILY WANTS To PRESERVE SEN. ERVIN'S HOME 



VERY GRACIOUS LADY' 



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H 1 11/08/86 C 



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A N 




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11/07/86 B 


1 P N 


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1 P N 




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H 2 7/31/86 A 5 L 

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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX H 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



HOME OF 'SEN. SAM' SHOULD bE PRESERVED 
HIGHWAYS NAMED FOR StNATORS EAST AND ERVIN 

FRYING. JULIUS 

FRENCH OPEN TENNIS BEGINS T00« Y 

ERWINt AURFLIA W. REV. 

PROFESSOR SAYS IT MAY 3E TIME FOR 'CHURCH MARKETING' 

ERUIN, GEORGF (HENOERSON CO. I 

SUSPECT DIES IN GUN BATTLE WITH OFFICERS 

MOUNTAIN MANHUNT COMMANOER LAUDS POLICE COOPERATION 

FRWIN, WILLIAM R. JR. 
FREEDOM OF SPEECH 

PRISTINE RIVE" PHOIOS GOING HOMF 
CLARIFYING POINTS 

ER7N0ZNIK, FRANK 

CLOSE NUCLEAR PLANTS 

c SCOTT. PAUL DR. (UNC-CHI 

COURSE TEACHES NORTHERNERS ABOUT SOUTH 

WIOE SPECTRUM OF SCHOLARSHIP SHOWN IN N.C. CULTURE AWARDS 

ESHELMAN, CURTIS 

CITY'S NEW SIGNS AS FUZZY AS A-B-C 

FSHELMAN, JUDY 

CITY'S NEW SIGNS AS FUZZY AS A-B-C 

ESL INGER, RICHARD DR. 

DUKE PROF: SERMON STYLE NOW CHANGING 

FSPOSITO. SAM (BASEBALL PLAYERI 

STATE'S ESPOSITO COOL IN TIGHTEST OF SQUEEZES 
NEW FACES HELP STATE'S ESPUSITU F I NO ANSWERS 
ESPOSITO, 5 FROM PACK NAMED TO ACC SOUAO 
•PACK'S ESPOSITO EARNS RESPECT IN ACC 

ESPOSITO. SAM (WHITETAIL FARMS! 

MINING INTERESTS. FISHERMEN BATTLF OVER PEAT 

FSSER, CARY 

WINNERS ANNOUNCEO 

FSTES. CAROLYN 

CHRISTMAS AT FOSTER FAMILIES EASIFR BECAUSE OF GIFT TREE 

FSTES. EVA JOHNSON (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

FSTES. HARVEY DR. 

SUFFERING SEEN AS ENEMY. NOT HEATH 
HMOS MAY HELP FAMILY MEDICINE 

FSTRAOE, jnSE (OECEASEDI 

ONE WORKER KILLEO. TWO HURT IN FIGHT 

FTHERIDGE. BOBBY REP. (D-HARNETTI 

FARM POND AUTHORITY BILL OK'D 

LEGISLATURE PUTS STATE IN FARM-LOAN BUSINESS 

CLEARER ROLES URGED IN VUC. En. 

ETHERinGE, WILLIAM "SKIP" 

CHAMBER GIVES PRESIDENT AWARD TO RANK OFFICER 

FU°ANKS. BOB 

COUPLES RFVEAL OOD FACTS ON G* MF SHOW 

FU3ANKS. CHARLES (WINTER HAVEN, FLA. I 

MIGRANT FARM WORKER HELD IN STABBING OEATH AT CAMP 

EUBAHKS. CHESTER TOOO 

GUNSHOT REPORTS KEEP OURHAM POLICE BUSY 

FU«ANKS, ESTELLA 

AUTO DRIVER HURT IN COLLISION WITH SCHOOL BUS 

EU3ANKS, GEORGANN (AUTHOR! 

TEMPTING NEW PROGRAMS OFFER AREA WKITERS GOOO OPPORTUNITY 

FUBANKS, JOHNNY 

HOTDOG STAND TOOK COMEDIANS' MAMES 

EUPANKS, JOSEPH GLFN 

POLICE CHARGE 3 MEN WITH SHOOTING INTO CAR 

FUBANKS, KFVIN ALEXANDER 

GUNSHOT REPORTS KEEP OURHAM POLICE BUSY 

FUBANKS, MARY ETHEL (CHAPEL HILLI IDECFASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FUBANKS, NCRPIS 

HOTOOC STAND TOOK COMEDIANS' NAMES 

=U3ANKS, ROBFRT C. JR. (GRFENSHU'01 

UNC TRUSTEES ELFCT OFFICERS; CAMPUS GETS HIGH DEBT RATING 

UNC-CHAFEL HILL BOARD ELECTS TANNFR 

UNC TRUSTEES WANT IB* CEILING RAISED FOR OUT-OF-STATE STUDENTS 

EUBANKS, RONNIE 

FIGHT HURTS i\ "AN IS CHARGED 
THREE MFN STABBFD DURING FIGH' 

FUBANKS, STEVEN DUUGLAS 

GUNSHOT REPORTS KEEP DURHAM POLICE BUSY 
FIGHT HURTS J; MAN IS CHARGED 
THREE MEN STABBED DURING FIGH! 

FUBANKS, TODD 

SOUTHERN'S PARKER TOPS CITY-COUNTY LIST 

EULIS3, ROY EDWARD (ALAMANCE! IDECEASEOI 
OBI IJARY 

FURE, THAD 

FEEDING THE HUNGRY 

FURY, STEPHANIE YVETTE (OEIOSVILLEI 

N.C. COURT GRANTS NEW TRIAL TO GIRL CONVICTEO UF MURDER 



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6/23/86 


B 


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11/06/86 


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7/20/86 


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11/02/86 


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10/10/86 


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TWO ACCUSED OF STEALING VIOEOTAPES 



(DANVILLE, VA.I (OECEASEDI 



C VANS. ANCFLA IVIRGINIAI (DECEASEOI 

3 KILLED, 1 HURT IN WEEKEND WRECKS IN VANCE. GRANVILLE 

EVANS, ANTHONY ( F AYE T TE V I LL E ST. I 

TEEN-AGER IS BEATEN AFTER LEAVING HILLSIDE 

EVANS, ARLENE 

HT1ME HEALTH-CARE FIRM OFFERS SERVICE 

EVANS, DERTHA L. 
OBITUARY 

FVANS, BPYPN KIRKLAND 
EAGLE SCOUT 
EAGLE SCOUT 

FVANS, C. F. G. 

BOLLINGER STATEMENT UNNECESSARY 

FVANS, CARL 

PLAY THERAPY TEACHES KIDS ABOUT ILLNESS 

FVANS, CARVIE (DFCEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

FVANS, CHARLES 

LEGISLATOR DECIDES AGAINST 6 TH TERM 

FVANS, CLAY 

OBSCENE MATERIALS JURY ACQUITS EVANS 

FVANS, DALE (FOOTBALL COACHI 
FANFARE: FT CETERA 
P.M. DIGEST 

FVANS, DALE (LOUISPU&G) 

TWO L0UIS»URG TEENS CHARGED WITH MURDER 

C VANS, EDMPND C. 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOITNG GIRLFRIEND 

EVANS, EH 

JERUSAL C M CEREMONY HONORS MRS. EVANS 

FVANS, G. RUSSELL 

REASON FOR LAWSUIT UNCLEAR 

FVANS, GLORIA M. 

WRECK HURTS 4 

EVAN*:, HAROLO 

EXPERTS DEBATE LIBEL LAW AT DUKE 

FVANS, JACKIE OONNFLL 

MAN IS SENTENCED FOR BURGLARY 



EVANS SENTENCED 



FVANS, JAMES 

OFFICFRS CHARGE 



2 WITH ROBBING MAN 



FVANS, JOHN P. DR. IUNC-CH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS! 
UNC BUSINESS DEAN TO STEP DOWN 
EXECUTIVES NAMED TO UNC PRIVATE ENTERPRISE BOARD 

FVANS, JOHNNIE (DURHAM CO. SCHOOLS VOC. ED. I 
HE HAS WORKED IN SCHOOLS 35 Y5ARS 

FVANS, JOSEPH OOELL (DECEASEOI 

2 RECEIVE ORGANS FROM AIOS VICTIM 

ORGANS TRANSPLANTED FROM MAN WITH AIOS ANTIBODIES 

AIDS ANTIBODIES CASS AFFECTS TRANSPLANT TESTS 

RECIPIENT HAS AIDS ANTIFODY 

IMPLANT PATIENT'S AIDS TEST POSITIVE 

TRANSPLANT PATIENT TESTS NEGATIVE FOR AIDS VIRUS 

FVANS. KATHERINE MCMURRY 

DURHAM, HENDERSON STUDENTS AMONG MOREHEAD FINALISTS 

C VAN5, LARRY DONNELL (MIRIAM CIRCLE) 
GRAND JURY ISSUES INDICTMENTS 

C VANS, LEOLA (KENT ST. I 

AZALEAS STOLEN; THREE ARRESTED 



REV. ICHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED! 



FVANS. LOUIS C. 
OBI TUARY 

FVANS, LULA MAF 

LULA MAE FVANS KEPT CHAPEL CLEAN 

EVANS, MABEL (S. PLUM ST.! 

WOMAN HURT IN HIT, RUN WHILE WALKING IN RAIN 
WOMAN -SERIOUS 1 AFTER HIT ANO RUN ON ANGIER AVE. 
OUKHAM MAN CHARGfcD WITH HIT AM RUN 

EVANS, MICHAEL BOYD (CHAPEL HRLI 

OORM BARRICAOF LEADS TO TRESPASS CHARGE 

FVANS, MINNIE 

■HEAVFNLY VISIONS' 

HFAVENLY VISIONS AT N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 
THE TPIANGL C SALUTES BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
ACTS CF FAITH: N.C. ARTIST MINNIE EVANS. 
•OUTSIDER' ART DISCUSSED 

FVANS, MIRIAM LOUISE 

MUSEUM BEGAN IN 'LITTLE HOUSE' 

FVANS, MOSCO JR. (SCOTLAND NECK! 

N.C. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN FIERY PILEUP 

FVANS, ORAL F. 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

EVANS, RODNEY 

•THE ONLY THING WE CAN'T DO IS SEE 1 

FVANS, SARA NACHAMSON (DECEASEOI 

MRS. SARA EVANS. WIFE OF EX-MAYOR, DIES 
FUNERAL SERVICES TODAY FOR MRS. EVANS 
SARA NACHAMSON EVANS 

DEDICATIUN IS LEGACY OF MRS. SARA EVANS 
JERUSALEM CERFMONY HONORS MRS. EVANS 



95, REVISITS 'OLD FRIENDS' 



(RAHAMAI (OECEASEDI 



S I T 

N F ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 1 9/03/86 B 5 N 

H 2 1D/13/R6 A 14 

H 2 3/23/06 C 6 N 

S 2 12/13/06 C 1 N M06 

H 2 6/27/86 C 8 



S ? 5/17/86 A IB ° P 
H 2 5/23/86 B 4 P P 



S 2 10/2<J/86 A A L 

H 2 5/13/06 4 P F N5D 

H 2 2/25/86 C A 

H 2 1/2A/86 C 16 N 

H 2 9/27/86 C 1 N 



H 2 6/05/86 D 3 N 
S 2 6/05/06 B 3 N 



H 1 11/22/06 C 1 N 

S 2 7/24/86 A 12 N 

H 7 5/17/86 C 2 P N 

S 2 3/22/86 A A L 

S 2 3/17/86 C 1 N 

S 2 A/12/86 A 5 N 



H 1 3/06/06 B 
S 1 3/07/06 A 



S 2 5/15/86 C 



H 2 3/06/06 C A 
S 2 10/15/86 A 15 



H 2 5/05/86 C I 



S 2 8/29/06 A 1 N 

H 2 8/30/86 D 4 N 

H 2 9/0A/86 CRN 

H 3 10/15/86 C 3 N 

H 2 10/19/86 C 12 N 

H 2 U/09/86 C 3 N 



H 2 12/20/86 DA N 

S 2 A/09/86 C 1 N TB5 

H 2 3/26/86 C 3 N 

H 7 9/12/86 A 12 O 

S 2 3/29/86 A 5 P F S27 



H 2 6/3D/B6 C 3 M 

S 2 6/30/86 A 3 N 

H 2 7/01/86 B 7 N 



H 3 2/07/86 B 



S 2 1/16/06 D 7 P N 

H 2 1/17/06 D 1 P 'I W66 

S 2 2/06/86 D 1 P F 871 

S 2 3/27/86 D 1 P F 871 

S 2 3/27/86 D 2 N 



H 2 9/28/86 D 1 P F C 19 
H 2 10/24/86 C 10 N 



H 2 4/29/B6 C 2 
H 2 5/02/86 C 8 



H 2 10/26/06 E 1 P F 711 



H 2 3/24/86 A IPO 

S 2 3/24/06 A 1 

H 2 3/26/86 A 4 F 

S 2 3/27/86 A 4 F 

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EVANS. SEAN DERICK 

4 WITH STICKS ATTACK BAHAMA HA ', A T MALL 

EVANS. SHELBY ELAINE 

MAGISTRATE JACK wlLOEY FIREO 

EVANS. TIMOTHY RAY 

RALEIGH MAN FREED AFTER PLEADING GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER 

EVANS. TCMIKA 

COACH AT VANCf CUUNTY HIGH SCHOOL AC3UITTED OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

EVELY. CLYDE ICARYI 

VOYAGER CRACKED HIS RECORD. 



S 2 7/17/06 C 1 N 

H 7 12/23/96 A ION SB? 

H 2 11/21/66 C 9 " 



H 7 3/12/86 C 



N S8C 



OJT HE'S STILL HAPPY-THAT'S what THEY'RE FOP H 2 12/21/86 A 3 P N 



FVENSON. E=IC 

PLEASE DEFINE IT 

CHUPCH GROUP SEEKS ATTORNEY GENERAL PROBE IN WOMAN'S ARSON CASE 

FVERETT, KATHRINE 

S5 HIILLION ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE CENTER PROPOSED 

EVFKETT, LESLIE 

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT: 



N.C. NATIONAL GUARD. C-12 PLANE 



EVERETT, ROBERT R. 

OUKE LAE FUND ESTABLISHED 

C VERHART. DOLAN 

GIANT ROCK WASN'T ALWAYS IN CEMETERY 

EVERHART. GRACE 

GIANT ROCK WASN'T ALWAYS IN CEMETERY 

=i [ JH»57, JACK EO-ARO ICHARLOTTEI IDECEASEOI 
MAN WAS DEAD, NOT PASSED nuT 

FVERS. DELORES 

DETECTIVE SAYS FOUR FIRES SET 

FVERSON, KATHERINE S. 

EVERSDN NAMED TEACHER OF YEAR 

EVEK^ON, RICHARO B. 

NEW SCIENTIFIC TOOL MAY HELP IN SMOKING STUDY 

EwELL, HARRISON J. "MICKEY" 

EWELL. OWNER OF TWO CHAPEL HILL RESTAURANTS. TO HEAD ASSOCIATION 

C WI.NG. JANET C. 

SEAHER TAKES 'OFFENCE' 
THE HUMAN VARIETY 
'OKLAHOMA!' ANO HAMILTON! 
•EDIFYING' THE PUBLIC 
COMMITMENT ANO THE LAW 

FWING, KEMP 

EJING'S RPIS Rally NORTHERN 

FXPN. JAMES I0-NF8.1 

COM"ISSARY-USE BILL TOO COSTLY TO OEFENSfc 

FXUH. JAMES JR. 

N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE BRANCH TO » 

exum says n~ wants Chief justi 

;;'?C=ATS TC \U"INATE EKUM, R? 
EKUM NOMINATED F0° ChI£F JUSTI 

whicharo plans to seek state s 
whichard will seek supreme cou 
whichard nominated fur supreme 
democrats BACK WHICHARD FOR ST 
MRS. "ILLINGS LIKELY NEXT CH IF 
GCP JUDICIAL SLATE UNVEILED: m 
RACE FG= N.C. JUDGESHIPS CALLE 
DEMOCATS PREPARE FOR C^URT ra 
A POLITICAL BLUNDER? 
WHICHARD UNRUFFLED BY MARTIN'S 
N.C. HIGH COURT APPOINTEES K£E 
EXU" ATTACKS GOP METHODS AS N. 
NEW N.C. CHIEF JUSTICE SWORN I 
TWO CHIEF JUSTICE CANDIDATES A 
REPUBLICAN POLITICAL COMMITTEE 
•GAG RULE' IS CUED AS =EASCN 
DEMOCRATS ASK CHIEF JUSTICE T2 
HIREO GUNS NOT ANSWER IN JUOIC 
EXU"'S NO FLAMING LloERAL 
DEHOCPATS AND GOP CLASH ON TAX 
ROSE PIDICULES GOP ALLEGATIONS 
DEATH PFNALTY AN ISSUE IN CHI= 

2 JUDICIAL CANDIDATES RAP PRO- 
MARTIN DEFENDS GOP CRITICISM I 
BILLINGS SAYS SHE REGRETS GOP 
COURT RACE NEEDS ATTENTION 
Exum GETS ENDORSEMENT OF NCAE 
HIGH-POWERED POLITICS A NEw Tw 
HIGH-POWERED POLITICS NEW TWIS 
TRIAL LAWYERS GROUP ENDORSES - 
MARTIN HOPES TO RATTLE DEMO P"> 
EXU" DISSENT IN ROOK CASE CRIT 
STATE Chief JUSTICE SAYS ELECT 
BILLINGS FAVJOED 

MSR. FILLINGS GAINS IN POLL BU 
DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ENOC»SE E XJ 
REPUBLICAN. THREE OEMDCRATS EN 
DURHAM, GRANGE DAS AMONG ?6 B» 
BLACK PAC BACKS B'CyhIll: San= 
BLACKS CO"MITT£E URGES VOTERS 
DEMOCRATS DOMINATE RACES F0° S 
C-M"|TTEE BACKED ALL BONDS. 4 
MARTIN'S PLEAS GO UNHEE n ED AS 
DEMOCRATS' 'MFRII' JUDICIAL PL 
N.C. SwEAPS IN CuURT JUSTICES 
EXJM, WHICHARD, W C B3 TAKE OFFI 

C IUM, JOE IKINSIONI 

BEwARF THE POWER HUNGRY 

FXUM, JOF (SHOW HILLl 

EXUM'S NO FLAMING LIBERAL 

EZ^AHI, YAPON OR. 

P'OFESSCR FROM ISRAEL TO GIVE UNC LECTuPE 

C ZZELL. JOLI'-E 

3 UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES GET Gk- ." 



ETIRE IN SEPTEMBER 

CE'S JOB 

POSTS SAY 

CE 

UPREME COURT SEAT 

RT SEAT 

COURT SEAT 
ATE SUPREME COURT 
F JUSTICE 

ARTIN PICKS WOMAN FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. 
D LIVELIEST IN HISTORY 
CES 

choice of republican judges 
ping seats is gop goal 
c. c^urt candidates meet 

H 

VOID POLITICAL ISSUES 

CRITICIZES DEMOCRATS ON JUDGES 
8EhI.N0 GOP JUDGES GROUP 

3UASH GOP CJMMI7TEE 
IAL CAMPAIGNS 

STANDS CF SENATE CANDIDATES 

F JUSTICE CAMPAIGN 
BILLINGS PANEL 

JUDICIAL RACE 
ATTACKS ON OPPONENT 



1ST IN JUDICIAL RACES 

T IN JUOICIAL RACES 

XUM 

WFR STRUCTURE 

IC1ZED 

IONS DELAYING SOMF CASES BEFORE CnuRT 

T Exum STILL LEAOS 

M 

OORSEO IN DURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

CK1MG EXU" 

C'0 LEADS 

TO PACK ALL 9 BOND QUESTIONS 

UPRFME COURT POSTS 

OF 5 CJMMISSIONERS 

OEMOCRATS ELECTED JUDGES 

AN A SHAM 



H 2 6/34/86 A 4 L 

h 2 6/21/96 C 1 N S82 



S 2 1/14/86 A 1 N M 6 a 

H 2 11/22/16 C 1 ° U "4,9 

H 2 12/17/86 C 4 N 

S 2 4/09/86 C 7 P N 

S 2 4/09/86 C 7 o N 

H 2 4/ll/°6 A 14 N 

H 2 10/26/66 C 1 N 

S 2 5/31/86 A 20 N 

H 2 1/05/86 E 1 N "97 

H 2 2/D9/86 A (M 



H 



CES 



1/17/86 
3/10/86 
6/17/86 
6/27/86 
7/3l/»6 



S 2 4/12/86 A 10 



S 2 11/04/66 A 



6/22/86 C 

6/25/86 A 

7/D9/R6 A 

7/13/86 C 

7/26/86 A 

7/26/86 A 

7/27/B6 C 

7/29/86 C 

7/31/86 A 

8/01/86 A 

8/01/86 C 

8/06/86 B 

6/07/86 A 

8/13/86 C 

8/19/86 C 

9/3V96 C 

9/04/Be A 

9/04/»6 B 

9/D6/R6 A 

9/09/86 C 

9/09/96 A 

9/11/96 A 

9/12/86 A 

9/12/Bt C 

9/20/86 A 

9/22/86 e 

13/02/86 6 

10/33/86 A 

10/03/86 C 

10/07/86 A 

10/09/96 A 

10/12/86 C 

ID/15/86 C 

10/16/66 A 

10/20/96 A 

10/23/86 C 

13/25/96 A 

10/27/86 A 

10/29/86 C 

13/31/86 C 

10/31/86 i 

10/31/86 A 

U'03/«6 A 

11/04/86 A 

11/05/86 B 

11/05/86 C 

11/06/86 A 

11/1R/86 A 

11/26/66 A 

11/27/86 8 



E 

N a 54 

N 

N 



H 2 10/29/"6 A 4 L 

H ? 9/12/86 J ' L 

H 3 3/11/86 C I N 

h 2 g/30/86 C "» n ran 



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GRANT TO HELP LIBRARIES AT 0U<E, UNC 

FAP-EAN, JOANNE 

HONESTV DESERVES PRAISE 

FABLIN. RICHARD 

MORE OATA NEEDED 

FACC1NTO. VICTOR 

^S9y. N !P SH0W BIZARRE IN THE SOUTHERN MANNER 
ART ICL cS • ■ • 

FAHRNEP, ARTHUR 

DPINKING LAW WRONG 

PAIN. JAMES T. 

OURHAM CALLED RISING ECONOMIC STAR 
DURHAM ECONOMY LEADING TRIANGLE 

Ii T AJlo ??2!'J,H,£ XPECTF - D ,N 'RIANGLE ECONOMY 

SLOWER CCONOMIC GROWTH SEEN 

ECONOMY TO SHINE - BANKER 

TRIANGLE ECONOMY EXPECTED TO KEEP SHINING 

PAIR. M. CLAPE W. 

WASTING TAX MONEY 

FAIRCHILD, MARK 

ILLINOIS IS BLUSHING 

FAIRCLPTH, D. M. "LAUCH" 

F f'.?£!;2 TH EXACTED T U PILE NEXT WEEK AS SENATE CANOIDATE 
SA.NFORO KEEPS DOOR OPEN ON SENATE BID 3C "" ,,: u«nuiu«l* 
SANFORD MAKING SENATE BIO 
SANFO°0 TO FILE FOR SENATE RACE 
FAIRCLOTH BOWS OUT OF SENATF SEAT RACE 
L A ,i R , C t U I H .-" 0,DS CONTFST WITH SANFORO 
BLOUNT PACKS SANFORO, BOWS OUT OF RACE 
k?^ ST "OU-LONOON FARE WOULD IE ABOUT J400 
HARO HATS GATHER AT AIRPuRT 

FAIRCLOTH, GEORGE B. IOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FAIRCLOTH, GLENWOOD LLOYO 

SNYDEP GETS GPACE PERIOD, ANOTHER CONVICTED MAN DOES NOT 

FAIRCLOTH, LINDA TATE (DECEASED) 
OBI TU4RY 

FAIRCLOTH, RONNY OWEN (w. CRAWFORD ST. I 

OURHA" PCOKSTORE EMPLOYEES' SUIT OVER PORNO LAW ARRFSTS IS ni«l«[n 
F|2|?*L JUDGE OISMISSES SUIT li ADULT-BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEES 0ISM,SSE0 
HEARINGS BEGIN IN OURHAM PORN CASES " 

JUDGE ORDERS NARROWING Of OBSCENITY CHARGES 
JUDGE RFFUSES TV DROP OURHAM PORN CHARGES 
,^y D £! REJECTS ARGUMENT THAT PORN LAW IS INVALID 
4, P ,^2 ^V RY '"OICTS 6 ON OBSCENITY COUNTS 
JUDGE DELAYS PORN TRIALS 
4 OBSCENITY TRIALS DELAYED 

■iHSX„5 ELeCTI0N BEGINS IN OURHAM PORN TRIAL 
JURORS BEING PICKED FOR PORNOGRAPHY TRIAL 
PORN TRIALS POSTPONED 

FAIRCLOTH TO TEST OBSCENITY STATUTE 
OBSCENITY TRIAL POSTPONED UNTIL DEC. 15 
09SCENITY LAW CONVICTION GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE 
FAIRCLOTH, SAMUEL "SAMMY" BRYANT (OECEASFOI 

'5AMMY,' PAPER SALESMAN, OIES; WORKED POST OFFICE 
DOWNTOWN PAPERMAN 'SAMMY' FAIRCLOTH, 58 DFFICE 

FAIRFY, FRANKLIN 

GIANT MILLS NEARLY GONE 



■RED" (DECEASEDI 



FAIRFIELD, EDWARD W. 
OBI TUARY 
OBI TUARY 

FALCON, ROBEPT LEWIS 

ru^ E , L HJ, L . L SEN '° R STABBED AT HIGH SCHOOL 
9t AP .If- HILL HIGH STUOENT STAB3ED 
STABBED TEEN IN 'GOOD' CONOITION 

FALC °OBITtjlKY EV UPCHUPXH IPALH BEACH. FLA. I (DECEASEDI 

FALEY, GLORIA M. 

HETEROSFXUALS' SINS 

FALKNEP, NELSON "PFTE" (VANCE CO. I 
FIVE FILE FOR VANCE SHERIFF 
SHERIFF TOPS VANCE COUNTY RACE 

FALLETTA, JOHN DR. 

DRUG USEO TO CO u BAT INFECTION 

CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC DISEASES MAY FACE PROBLEMS AT SCHOOL 

F4L l- 5 <> LJWRENCE «UOREU IOECEASEDI 
UB I TUA R Y 

FALWFLL, JFRRY REV. 

WHAT HOLDS FALWELL'S 'MAJORITY' TOGETHER? 

PF'rjSLF^AR^^f^Ac'HfSIs™" ^ 5 " E ^» 

i^HSp RN oi^oRlio siSllfSSI HELCQME TUTU 

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BESaMSBf B-:^»5 i»flJ , ««B A s»riir s iai « ™ «- 

TOUGH-TALKING CARTER 

FALWELL SAYS ABORTIONS, LIKE SLAVFRY. c If.pi it 

SI2 G tJ°c HELL not P'cwelNs plan ER ' SINFUL 

AMEN TO FALWELL 

ABORTION-SLAVERY COMPARISON INSULTING 
LIST PREGNANCY SERVICES 
CHEERLEADFRS HURT REAGAN 

FANJOY, JULIA FORD IPITTSBOROI 

SI JTSBORO WOMAN HONORED, MEETS WITH PRESIDENT RF AG AN 
PITTSBORO WOMAN NAMEO 'OUTSTANDING' "iucm *-«n«N 

FANKHAUSER, R. K. 

U.S. SHOULD WELCUME CHANCE TO BAN 'BUMS' 
FANNING, KAIHRYN (MQNITORI 



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I N E X 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



WOMAN JOINS LAWSUIT ON POWS, SAYING GOVERNMENT L I EO TO HER 

PANNING. LEIGH ANN 

VALENTINE A BIG SPENDER 

TAXPAYER-GROUP EVALUATION STATES VALENTINE'S A LIBERAL 

PANTAZOS. HENRYK 

ART EXHIBITS ARE HORROR SHOWS 

PAPBFR. JONATHAN DR. 

PSYCHOLOGIST: FATHER-DAUGHTER TIES COMPLtx 

PARES. MANSOUR (DECEASED) 

EXPERTS CONVERGE ON HOSPITAL AFTER LEGIONNAIRES' OUTBREAK 

PAPLANO. nlLLIAM 

EPA SEEKS WAYS TO PREDICT CHEMICAL HAZARDS 

FAPLEY. PUOY 

ORANGE COMMISSIONER: AO 'AN ERROR" 

FARLOW. BRAD 

AWAROS GIVEN IN DOWNTOWN CONTEST 

PARK, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IDEAS AMONG WINNERS 

FARLOW. "ASY TINGLE IOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

PAPL n w. MICHAEL C ARL 1TIHB C RLAKEI IDECFASEDI 
OBITUARY 

C ARMER. JOSEPH JR. DP. 

OUKE PROF INSTALLED TO LEAD UNOERSEA MEDICAL SOCIETY 

FARMER. MICHAEL STERLING ( SOUTHER LA ND, VA.I (DECEASEOI 
VA. MAN OPOWNS IN HYCO 

FARMER, NANCY DR. 

N.C. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION EXPERT AIDS COUNTY SCHOOLS' CHANGE 

FAPMFR, ROPER! IJUDGE) 

DA TO APPEAL REDUCTION OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

FARHFR, TONYA 

STUDENT ENJOYS SIGHTS IN PARIS 

c ARNSWORTH, W. G. "CHIP" 

FARNSWOPTH COMPLETES COURSE ON TREATING ABUSE 

PAPR, THOMAS A. 

STATE CROSSOVER VOTING DECISION DRAWS PRAISE 
IRS: CHURCHES NOT HURT BY RECALL BID 

FARRAR, BRADLEY O'NEAL (BURLINGTON! 

2 HELD IN SLAYING OF BURLINGTON MAN 

LAWYERS APPOlNT c D FOR SLAYING SUS D ECTS 

TWO INDICTED IN ALAMANCE MyPUER CASE 

TWO MEN PLEAD INNOCENT TJ SLAYING IN BURLINGTON 

MAN HELD IN SHOCIING INDICTED IN BREAK-INS 

FARRAR, MAGNORA AlWATER 
MOTHERS OF THE YEAR 

FARRAR, MYPO'l (PITTSBORCI 
DRUG PROBE NETS l" 

FAPRAR, VECLA MCCOWN IDECEAS c OI 
OBI TUARY 
OBITUARY 

FARKFLL, CLARA MAE MOORE ICARR90ROI IOEC c ASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FARRPLl, DONNA 

HE WAS AFTER CAREER BUT DONALD STAUFFACHER FJUNO A BRIDE 

FARRELL. HAL WASHINGTON IOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FARRELL, JIMMY 

THOMPSON BACKED FOR STATE HOUSE 
UNFAIR NAME-CALLING 

PARRELL, JULIA I HI LLSBORDUGHI (DECEASED! 
OBI TUARY 

FARRELL, MARY LWINGSTONE 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

PAPRELL, HARV WISE U AN 

GOLF BENEFITS MENTAL HEALTH 

PARRINGTON, FDWAPO (PITTSbORCl 

6-YEAR-OLD VICTIM TESTIFIES IN I JC E S I , CHILD ABUSE TRIAL 

D"LLS. HANDCUFFS NO BASIS FOR MISTRIAL. JUDGE RULES 

MISTRIAL DENIED IN MOLESTATION CASE 

FARRINGTON TRIAL CONTINUES 

PEDIATRICIAN SAYS CHILD WAS A3USED 

DOCTOR'S AIDE SAYS CHILD BORE SIGNS J c ABUSE 

PLEA BARGAIN ENDS TRIAL IN SE<UAL-A3USE CASES 

FARRINGTON SENTENCING DELAVEO 

SEX CHAPGES BRING TERM OF 16 1/2 YEARS 

PITTSPiJRO MAN GETS 18-YEAP SENTENCE FOR SEXUAL CFFENSFS 

PARRINGTON. JA"ES ROBERT 

HIJNAM EMPLOYEE CHARGED IN THEFT OF RESTAURANT SAFP 

FARRINGTON, TONY 0. 
OBI TUARY 

PARRINGTON, TONY LEE 

ARREST MADE IN FOOT-SHOOTING INCIDENT 

PAORIS. STEPHEN PAY ISILFK CITYI 

SILER CITY "W GETS 21-YEAR IERM FOR FATAL SHOOMNG. THREE ASSAULTS 

paRRISh, DANNY (SILER CITY1 IOECEASEDI 
SILER CITY m»h STABBED TO DEATH 

FAPROw, MAUOE 

DAY CARE OPERATOR HIT w I TH RESTRAINING ORDER 

PARU2I, IS U A' IL AL 0". 

DUKE PRnFFSSJP TO PRESIDE AT CONVOCATION 

FASNACHT, OAN1FL (DECEASED! 



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H 2 1/16/86 B 



F4UCF ni: """E MCGHEE I0EC6ASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FAUCETTE, STERLING (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FAULCON, CLARENCE L. OR. 
FAULCON IS TAPPED 

FAULK. A. LINCOLN ILILLINGTONI 

AUTHORITARIAN BAPTISTS ARE SOWING DISCORD 
FAULKENBURY, DOROTHY H. 

MANY FAIL TO PROVIDE HANOICAPPEO PARKING 

FAULKNER, ELIZABETH (LTUISBUPGI 
CONDITIONS NOT COMPARABLE 



FEATHERSTON, JOHN 4. IROXBOROI 

ROXBORO MAN IS "EATEN WITH STIC 
THREE RnxBORO MEN ARE CHARGED 



FEDIAY, VICTOR 

HELMS ASSOCIATE: NON-PROFIT COMPANY MADE MONEY 
FEFLY, FRED 

FRESHMAN DYNAMO AIMING FOR THE TOP 

FEHSFNF6LD. MARTY ICHAPEL HILLI 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. BECKETT 

FEINER, RUTH 

L.W.W. HURTON APPRECIATED 

FEINSTEIN, JTHN (WRITERI 

c5i J EP , FOLLOWS COACH KNIGHT FTR BOOK IDEA 
FANS: BOOK ABOUT KNIGHT IS ACCURATE 

FELDBLUM, PAUL 

REVEALING JUXTAPOSITION 

FELDMAN, WVLTER DR. 

STATE'S LONG, HOT SUMMER HEATING LIP TEMPERS 

' X ^FPVSE T RF?uKED K TO N F^E y cKRG? RESrEO l " TE " 5 
FEILFS, POP 



S I T 
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FASOULAS, PANAGIOTIS 

IVVftf | R I2,5 ¥ „ B'JLLETS, REPLACEO BY LUUGHERY 
STATE'S FASOULAS LIKELY WON'T PLAY IN TOURNAMENT 

' =4UCF UBlfuAR? 8Y LEF IPITT S"OROI IDECEASEDI 

FAUCFTTE, CHARLES D. IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FAUCETTE, CHUCK 

MARYLAND AT OUKE 

FAUCETTE, DANNY 

BUTNER TAX RATE STAYS AT 20C , BUT RESIDENTS WILL PAY DOUBLE H 2 7/12/86 C 3 N S80 

FAUCETTE. GLADYS IOECEASFOI 
OBITUARY 



H 2 3/20/86 D 1 P N 
H 2 3/22/66 D 2 N 



H 2 7/23/86 A 10 
H 2 2/24/86 C 2 

H 2 10/25/36 B 1 P N C52 



H 2 2/01/86 C 4 

H 2 8/22/86 C 5 

H 2 7/23/86 A 10 

S 2 11/21/86 A 17 N 

H 2 5/21/86 A 4 L 

H 2 3/20/86 A A L 

H 2 3/2S/B6 A A L 



FAULKNER, J. R. MRS. ILOUISBURGI 
HUGE PROPAGANDA RALLY 

WRONG VIEW OF HISTORY H 2 7/30/96 A 

IRAN AFFAIR RAISES QUESTIONS H 2 8/11/86 A 



H 2 12/12/86 A 
H 1 9/03/86 B 
H 2 11/25/86 A 



FAULKNER, JAMES ILOUISBURGI 

TWO ACCUSED OF STEALING VIDEOTAPES 

FAULKNER, JOE IDFCEASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

FAULKNER, JOHNNIE (GRAHAMI 

{Si ftEffgg'g? KgUII: L L A 4 Kg &£ifckl CT l!0 ' or, ° lH T " ES 

FAULKNER, JUDY IGRAHAMI 

HI {BSfgiPS H H u'!F f : tJJg C T ?NC C ?tED CT 't^^ IM '*"" 
FAULKNER, SU7ANNF 

WATER, SEWER D ONDS BENEFIT LAND OFVFinPFRS 

WHE»E'S THE PROSPERITY? utvtLUPFRS s j 10/25/86 A 5 

H ? 10/28/86 A 4 
FAULKNER, TOM 

PETITION DRIVE SEEKS REVIEW OF CITY P ARK 1 NG- T ICKE T RULES S 2 9/25/86 A 1 

FAUNTROY, WALTER RFP. 

Y005R: U.S. MUST DROP SANCTIMONIOUS NOTION 



H 2 6/05/86 A 12 
H ?. 6/06/86 A 15 



H 2 6/05/e6 A 12 N 

H 2 6/06/86 ( H N 



H 1 5/20/86 C 1 P N 
S 2 2/14/86 A 14 -I 

H 2 2/01/86 A 3 N 



FAUST, C AROLYN C. 

DURHAM CHEMIST SECRETARY OF G? OUP 

FA210, DAVID IUNC-CH STUDEMTI 

RALEIGH-BASED STUOENT GROUP HONORS BENNETT 

FEARING, FRANCIS V. 

S?K n rS!I^JI '100,000 FOR MAN FACING SECOND ASSAULT TRIA1 
MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT PLACED ON PROBATION 

FEARPINGTON, ANTHONY LFE (CARR30R0I 
2 CHARGED WITH THEFT OF J C WFLS 
JEWELRY STORE ROBBED 2N0 TIME. SUSPECT SAME JJ I \¥,W,H I ? 1, 



H 1 1/14/86 C 2 N 

H 2 6/04/86 4 N 



FEARRINGTON, EVERETTF 

TWO ARTISTS WIN CENTERFFsr CONTEST 

FEARIUNGTON^MACK GARLAND ICHAPEL HILLI (OFCEASEDI 

FEARRINGTON, NATE 

FEAPRI.iGTON SPARKS TIGERS 

FEATHERSTO", AL 

DON'T DIMINISH DUKE'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

DUKE SUCCESS DESERVES BETTER NEWS COVERAGE B l IQS'A* i ,' r 



H 3 12/15/86 B 1 N 

S 2 5/03/86 D 3 p N G59 

H 2 6/03/86 A 6 

S 2 2/13/86 C 2 C N 815 



S 2 4/02/86 A 4 



E CHARGED H J 7/31/86 A 18 N 

H 2 8/01/86 C 14 N 



H 2 8/18/86 C 1 P N 

H 2 10/03/86 3 1 •> N J40 

H 2 4/11/86 I P F W66 

H 2 2/03/86 A 4 L 



H 2 3/16/86 8 5 N 
H 2 12/05/86 C 4 M 



H 2 8/07/86 A 5 

H 2 7/16/86 A 1 

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H I 12/06/86 a 1 



MONTHLY/ 



I -4 UAL INDEX BY 

1/31/86 - 12/31/86 



FELLER. INDIANS LOO 1 ! FOUMART TO BURLINGTON 
FELLER ENJOYS PITCHING BASEBALL IN MINORS 
DIA-OND CHI=S 

FELLOWS. BETTY 

PARENTS SAY TYPHOON MISSED THEIR DAUGHTER 

MUSEU" HAS SCIENCE WORKSHOP FOR 11 SECOND-GRADE TEACHERS 

C EL^,;, F»ANCES 

THRILLSi HARD WORK A„AIT ADVENTURER 
PARENTS SAY TYPHOON MISSED THr IP DAUGHTER 

C ELLCWS. NORO IS REV. 

PARENTS SAY TYPHOON MISSED THEIR DAUGHTER 

C ELSHAW, BECKY 

S"E WRESTLES TRADITION 

HIGH SCHOOL GIRL TA«ES WRESTLING CHANCE 

WRESTLING ISN'T FOR GIRLS 

FELTON. AL F. 

BLAKE BRAND O c COUNTRY STRAIGHT OFF THE PORCH 

FELTON, GEORGE 

FFLTGN TRYING TO WAKE 'SLEEPING uIANT' 

FELTON, REEECCA H. DR. 

EY-DUPHAM RESIDENT GETS WAKE PROMOTION 

FELTS, LAUPA IREIOSVILLEI 

REiOSVILLE WELCOMES LEAF OECISION 

FELTS, MICHAEL I FRANK Li NTCN I 

TWO CHAPGED IN VEHICLE VANOALISH 

FELTY, MIC"AEL MONTGOMERY 

TWO MEN CHARGFO IN MURDER, P05BERY 

C ENJLEY, CAREY S. 

THE INSULT: A HARK OF THEIR AOHIRATION 

FENHAGEN, FRANK "wfSTY" 

unc alumni association names editor 
alumni publications editor na-eo 

fenn, elizabeth ann 

7 arrested, shacks torn up in duke apartheid protest 

7 ouke protesters to be tried today 

protester's trial begins 

sfvfn apartheid pr&testfrs at d'jke fregn of charges 

judge raps ouke charges on shanties 

fenn. 0. william jr. 

furniture official predicts decline in small fi7-s 

fennell, samuel l. ioeceaseoi 
obituary 
obituary 

fennfr, oerrick 

unc's fenne" "isses bus. out if &amf 

with fenner back in folo, heels eye spot among elite 

cru" suffers proken leg 

unc's fenner u ay return: hall. l3pp ouestionable 

fenner gives on ffefcom to ge r fi-e 

fenner kicks up heels. stomps ca^s 

fenner runs into record book 

fanfare: acc hcnors 

junkin, fenner unanimous picks 

fenner's season enos without aloha „,.,,„ „„,..,-. 

fenner vows to return: suspenotd unc pack 'has something to prove' 

fennfr. jeanne 

10th oistrict democrats to choose nominee 



"ALL CAFETERIA 



FENNER. RODERICK m. 

GUNMAN HITS SOUTH SOUARE 

FENZER. JEANNE M. 

■EXPERT' EDITORIAL RAPPED 

c E=ETTINO. MICHELLE 

CHANCF "EETING TURNS TO ROMANCE 

FERGUSON. CHIP 

HIGH SCHOOL REUNION 

FERGUSON. JA«ES ICHAPLOTTEI 

■THE GOVERNMENT CAN 00 ANYTHING. ANYTIME" 

FERGUSON. JA«ES E. II 

LAWYER FINDS HISTRIONICS DRAW CROWDS AT FESTIVAL 

FERGUSON. JI* 

•HYPOCRITES' DESERVE PUPLIC'S CONTEMPT 

feoG'JSON, LOUISE APAMS IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FERGUSON. LYOIA THOMPSON IOECEASEOI 
OMTUARY 

FERGUSCN. MICHAEL W. 

SAY 'NO' TO SHEARON HARRIS 

FERGUSON. SALLIf. MAE 3RU0&EN IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FERGUSON. Safah 

WEDDING BEGINS ROYAL FAIKY TALE 
COVENANT OF COMMITMENT 

FERRARO. ROMANO REV. 

YFS. FATHER. THFRE IS A... 

FERRF£. "AY F. 

hFlms named TO JUCGFSHIP 

FcRR^LL. ANOREW L. IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

F£RR C LL. BRENDA 

WOMEN INCORRECTLY I0ENTIFIEO 

FERR=LL, CHRIS 

SOUTHERN'S PARKER nps CITY-COUNIY LIST 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX b Y NAMES PAGE 1 4 1 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 l/01/»7 



S 

F E 

DATE C 



2 8/21/B6 8 2 



r ERRFLL, ELIZABETH IFLORIOAl (DECE»SEOI 
ORITUARY 

FERRFLL, ERNEST REV. 

BETHESDA RESIDENTS PUSH FOR S C WER SYSTEM <; 2 12/23/R6 CI N M 6 

FERRELL, FRANK JR. 

BOY'S GOOO WORKS MAKE HIM FAMOUS H 7 3/no/AA a I p u uio 

LOST OPPORTUNITIES |J | |^J| . J P L ' M " q 

FERRELL. FREDOIE 

Si!FWS fOLICE ARREST TEEN AFTER HIGH-SPEED CHASF S 2 3/0<,/R6. A I P N Tns 

t2en"aCE? S ChIJ?ES N BLAZE " : TFEN ,S CH4R " E ° H I !/Sv»6 A 17 N " 

FERRFLL. J. W. 

THESE CITRON MELONS FREE FOR THE TAKING H 2 in/M/Jk r * w 

NOT WATFRMFI HN ^ ' u ' ' 3 ' " ° L ^ N 

NUI NAItKMtLON s j 10 /27 /e6 4 7 p p 

RERRFLL. JESSIE 

FAMILY AND WITNESSES QUESTIONED POLICE ACTIONS IN SHOOTING DEATH H 2 7/30/B6 A 5 L 

FERRELL, JCSFPH S. 

ROSEMARY SOUARE PARKING SPACES POSE STICKY LEGAL ISSUE H 3 1/18/86 CI I R81 

FERRFLL, KEVIN 

SOUTHERN STUDENT IS ■ P ER FECT UN I ST • s 2 6/07/R6 a 5 P G ., 8 <, 

FERRFLL, LOLA SEAGROVES (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

FERRELL, MARY 

MARY FARRELL HELPS MANY 



H 2 12/14/86 C 2 
S ? 6/23/R6 8 1 



FEPRELL, OLLIE CHASON (OECEASEDI 

OBlTHSg? H ? 6/21/86 C 4 

0BI U RY H 2 6/22/86 C ? 

FERRELL, PAM 

BANK TELLER'S TIP BRINGS ? ARRESTS H 2 2/26/86 B 1 •. N 

FERRFLL, RAYMOND HARVEY (OECEASEDI 

QtUTU4RV H 2 7/28/86 A 8 

FERRFLL, RON (DURHAM RFC. DERI. I 

DON'T OIMINISH DUKE'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS H ? 1/n/Rh A A : 

SMILING ON THE LAST OAY $ \ Y/WAt 8 I P P 

FERRELL, RON ( PHO TOGR APHF R | 

STONE FACES KEEP THEIP SILENT VIGIL 5 2 

FERRFLL, SALLIE C. (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



<./03/86 D 7 
2 1/02/86 8 2 



FERRFLL, TOM 

12 FROM AREA TO ATTEND WHITE HOUSE SESSION H 2 1/30/86 A 20 N 

FERRFLL, TREVOR 

BOY'S GOOD WORKS MAKE HIM FAMOUS H 2 2/0O/86 D 1 P U HV> 

"^^(Ig^SLo'faC^S^NG^En'Sa" 5 C0UNr¥ M "" 6 CH4NGE ° B I »ffl*<» „ J [j "36 

gfeiBS'BcK'Sg RttSfgi ^Io,lE°sf ZON1NO RFauEST I * A \ 3SS 

COUNTY ZONING-LAW VIOLATIONS PERSIST I I s/??/Bfc £ ? 2 .,,,. 

C5S? s ?iS- R 4 E 2ri N {S G T S ID L ?Ti^ T, l L i,i GHT 

G^OurSE-EK^FAI^ON^r 7 F " M C0UNTr ««»'».0N ERS ? j g|gg | j g jjjjj 

FERRUCCIO, KFN (NORLINAI 

STATE SHUULO OUIT SOUTHFAST CJMPACT H 2 9/25/86 A A L 

FERRY, DANNY (BASKETBALL PLAYERI 

ly^L^^UP^^L^UKP^'^PE^ATION^"""' »« L ™ '" ^ ^^ » \ \^ \ \\\W\ 

DEPTH GIVES OUKF TOURNAMENT EDGE II l/Sn/B? n ! I u nil 

NfIre° UK6 ' S ' T,HELY ' " ESHM ^ S ! Y,\l'Al g I P N o!b 

AT RANDOM H 2 5/2R/B6 3 p N 

gu^ 4 f;Rh^ E ;pH^?^L? N ? E ^ e ? a ff?u,s CARRY he " ,er i ™ g 1 }g|?J« § is g g(S 

FERSTER, ROSELLA LYOIA (DECEASF01 
OBI TUARY 

FESPERHAN, FORREST 

EMBARRASSING ACTS 



2 8/26/86 C 2 
2 7/31/B6 A 5 L 



FETZFR. TOM 

'"EIR CONSERVATIS" H45 LITTLE LEG ROOM u , i/,q/ Pk n c ,, , ,. 

FETZER IS TAKING POST WITH RALEIGH COMPANY H 2 i/07/86 All N * 



3/07/86 All N 

JIM 

DEVELOPERS ACOUIRING GATEWAY CENTRE LAND u , s/ln/BI, El u ,., 

GUAROIAN PLANS MINI-WAREHOUSE ON CLUB BOULEVARD H 2 12/28/86 F 1 P N 
RANDOLPH R. 

BLACKNALL HOUSE OWNER WANTS LATER DEADLINE H J ./n(/Ai u I p >i n, 

B^C E KN^^PIs 5 M C ;r?i°ME F0R PL4C ^' LL H0 ' JSE «° R < H I ?^?«8 8 \ N J ^ 

? L .{|5f!oo L c E SVii. ,, ,8N L !KL ?oS c Sr:i ^ c n ,s tolo 

WlTTFNRERr. ^EEKC TCMAMTC C no ■ * *, r , , nn A r ^ ^ t r „ 7 < 



2 <i/ll/B6 A 12 M "6<1 

2 10/03/86 B S N 

11/26/B6 A 1 M L*l 



WITTENBERG SEEKS TENANTS FOR LAKE WOOD CENTER B, | .'{^"/S? A 1 n' W82 

FEW, SHIRLFY 0. 

TREYbURN PLANS CAREFULLY THOUGHT OUT H 2 3/2B/B6 A 4 L 

FEWEL. JEAN (CHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEDI 

ELDERLY HELP TRACK ABSENT PUPILS „ 2 j/^/86 B 1 P 1 E 50 

FIDOLE , DANIEL 

2 UNC FELLOWSHIP WINNERS TO W">RK IN KENYA HOSPITALS H 2 5/28/86 C 

FIDDLER, DONALD DR. 

pJvr£I!r A i?? E c H4NCUS0 "'S»NE: ACCUSED'S OFLUSIONS DANGEROUS... 

PSYCHIATRIST SAYS MANCUSO ON M1SSIUN r , .„,,,, . 

EXPFRT CITES REMORSE BY MANCUS A S S I GN OF HOPE FOR A CURE H 2 8/lv^ S 1 S N S82 

FIELD, PETER JONES 

RULING MAY AFFECT DWI LAW ; ? 8/06/B6 C 13 N 



U80 



2 3/1A/86 A 1 P N S82 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/66 



I N U E X 
12/31/16 



FIELDS. ALFREOA (GREENVILLE, N.C.I 

WOMAN TOSSES BABY TO SAFETY DJRING FIRE. JUMPS FROM BALCONY 

FIELDS. OAVIO 

STUDENT? ARE WELCOME GUESTS 

FIELDS. DELANEY (DECEASED! 

SUSPECT'S DEATH BELIEVED SUICIDE 

FIELDS. LAWRENCE HILTON (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

FIELDS. TERRY WAYNE IGASTONIAI 

THREE PEOPLE ARPESTED IN 5LAYING OF DOCTOR 

FOUR GASTON CUNTY RESIDENTS "LEAD GUILTY IN MURDER CASE 

THREE GET MAXIMUM SENTENCES AFTER PLEADING GUILTY IN SLAYING 

FIELDS. WALTFR HENDERSON (NEWHtLLI 

NEWHILL MAN IS ACQUITTEO ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE 

FIESER. MAPTHA V. (WASHINGTON, D.C.I (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

FIKES. OAKER B. (OECEA^EDI 
OBI TUARY 

FIKES, ESTELLE BULLOCK (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FIKES, GLADYS JONES (CHAPEL HILLI (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

FIKES, MINNIF FOKO (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

FILSTON, HOWARD C . DP. 

DUKE TRYING NEW APPROACHES IN TREATING INTESTINAL DISORDERS 

FILSTON, MEGHAN 

SADD OFFERS SOBER ORIVERS FOR NEW YEAP'S PARTY-GOERS 

FILSTON, NANCY LEE 

PUNISHMENT FOR DRUNK ORIVERS IN N.C. SHOULD BE TOUGHER 

FINAZZQi MICHAEL "THUNOER" 

VIRGINIA AUTHORITIES BLAME SIX MURDERS ON BUNGLED DRUG DEAL 

FINCH, CHARLES FRANKLIN 

ROGERS' CARTOON INSULT TO COA^ H 

FINCH, DONNIE I FP ANKL INTON) 

TWO CHARGED IN VEHICLE VANDALISM 

FINCH, ED 

BOY SCOUTS LEARN FIRE FIGHTING 

FINCH, JAMFS 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH FIRING INTO OCCUPIED CAR 

FINCH, SHARON 

MISSES NORTH CAROLINA 

FINCH, STEVE (LOUISBURGI 

BREAKING, ENTERING CHARGES FILED 

FINOLAY, JIM (FOOTBALL PLAYER I 

BLUE DEVILS GET 5 MORE COMMITMENTS 

FINULEY, PAUL (AUTHORI 

•WHAT'S GOOD FOR ISRAEL...' 

FINE. JAMES ALLEN (INVESTORS TITLE INS. CO. I 
DOSSIER: J. ALLEN FINE 

FINGER, BILL 

TAR HFEL CREDIT INSURANCE RANKING GETS MIXED REVIEWS 

FINKEL, HARVEY 

BOARD DFLAYS ACTION ON PLAN TO 01VIDE HOUSE 

BOARD BLOCKS CONDOMINIUM USE PERMIT 

PROPOSAL TO CONVERT HOUSE TO 4 CONDOMINIUMS FAILS 

FINLATOR, W. w. 

congress must compel reagan n change 
pfoplf arf wak ing up 
space shield is needed 
letter from nirvana' 

finley. albert earle (deceased) 

philanthropist albert finley dies 
finley, supporter of n.c. colleges. dies 
philanthropist's bequests include gifts to schools 

finley. harry sumptep (dfceasedi 
obi tuary 

finley, larry michael ihendersoni 

assauit charges filed in shootings 

finnbogaduttir, vigdis 

iceland's president reagan's new friend' 

fischer, william or. 

n.c. china cooperation is advised 

fischettii oavid c. icaryi 

hatieras lighthouse jhoulo not be moved 
debate swirls arouno n.c. lighthouse 

fischler. david rev. 

the jewish chr istian 

NO ' JEwISH-CHR 1ST! ANS' 
FISCUS. DAN (DUKE STUDENT) 

contra support wrong 
say no to nuclear plan! 
cheap shots at labor 

fish. Barbara m. 

major shygert rfmembered at fjrmer lakeview schojl 
memorial for cusiodian 

FISH. ISAAC WEEDEN (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 













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"°" , " l " U l V/! l t .',MlV BY N*- = S - f ;.E,H3 



FISH. PETER 

BURGER SURPRISES OUKE LAW SCHOLARS 

FISHER, BETTY 

WENDY ON HER WAY TO PAYING FOR CULLEGE 

FISHER, BRAD ICHAPFL HILLI 

EXPERTS AGREE MANCUSU INSANE: ACCUSED'S DFLUSIONS DANGEROUS. 

FMHFR, IRIAN 

FISHER SATISFIED BY YANKS' TRAVEL PLAN 

RHgDEN DEALT TO YANKEES FOR EX-BULL FISHER. ORAFIFK 

FISHER MUST ADJUST TO PITTSBURGH " "' UKSR EK 

FTSHER, C. PAGE JR. 

(INSPECTIONS PANEL GETS TECHNICAL ADVISER 
f^INEER TO ADVISE INSPECTIONS COMMITTEE 
! N ,5Ef£! 0NS p ANEL MEMBERS TO TOUR HOMES IN DURHAM 
INSPECTIONS INVESTIGATION NEAPING END 

FISHFR. CHR IS 

HARVEY FOR HEISMAN: LOW BUDGET, BIG GOAL 

FISHFR, EUC.AP B. DR. (DECEASEDI 

OP. EDGAR FISHER. METHODIST MINISTER 

FISHF S^. GEORGE RICHARD I H I L LS BOROUGH I 

POLICF: FISHER STILL SUSPECT IN CARRIE WILKFRSOM KILLING 

FISHER, GERALD T. SR. 

("PROVE HILLANDALE ROAD 

FISHFR, GUY IKINSTONI IDFCEASEDI 

KINSTON MAN'S DEATH BLAMED ON HEAT 
FISHFR, HOWARD L. (HENDERSON) 

WOMAN, BROTHER ARE CHARGED IN STABBING OF WARREN OEPUTY 
FISHFR, JOHN PERRY 

ALLEGFO SFXIIAL OFFENDER TO GET NEW TRIAL 

FISHFR, MARY WATSON (OECFASEDI 
OBI TUARY 

FISHFR, PACE 

WATER-PPOTECTION PLANS AT TREYBURN STIR DEBATE 
FISHFR, TONY 

CAR DEALERSHIP CHANGES HANDS 

GETS award 

FISKF, DIANE 

SPECIAL STUDENT CARE LACKING 

DR. THOMPSON APPRFCIATED 

HIGH SEAS VIEWS EXPLAINEO 
FITCH, MILTON "TOBY" JR. 

TWO LEGISLATORS VOTE AGAINST RESOLUTION HONORING EAST 
FITCH, R. B. 

COUNTRY INN PLANNED AT FEAKRINGTON 

FITCH ?_S,' H , MRS - IBUSLING'ONI 

EXPLOSIONS POCK HOME IN BURLINGTON 

C ITTS, NONIE (DECEASFUI 
OBI TUARY 

FITZ. JOSEPH D. 

NFWSMFN TO BE HONORED AT UNC 

^N^NIeV^C.^nIliVs'hr'inE^" *««'««« 
4 JOURNALISTS GET N.C. HONOR 

FITZ - SIMONS, HASKELL 

GRANVILLE LITTLE THEATRE o R EP4RI N G F P 'HARVEY' 

FIr "0B*TuiRY iCUUEL "' e L4CKEV 'PHILADELPHIA! (OECEASFDI 

FITZGERALD, JERI A. 

ELON COLLEG c FILLS TWO NEW POSTS 

FITZGERALD. MICHAEL J. 

r F c'IS?!r,r N ? M ^ S ACTING DIRECTOR 
CLEARING THE R6COPO 
NCCU NAMES FUND-RAISER 

FIT2GEPALD. MIKE (NCCUI 

OONATIONS SURGE TO BEAT TAX LAWS 

fitzgeraid, shannon 

NEWS ABOUT ARREST BRINGS JAIL ESCAPEE REUNION WITH SON 

FITZGEBALO, TROY (HENDERSON) (DECEASED) 
HENDERSON TFEN DROWNS IN POND 

FITZGERALD, ZELUA 

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL PRODUCES MIRACLES 

PIUH U p'tJG PK i PBF U NETs' B ; 9 ,CHAPE '- H "- Ll 
FITZPATRICK, MIKE 

PILOT GLIDES IN WORLD'S LARGEST AIkSHIP 

FITZPATRICK, PHIL 

BASEBALL "MAGIC ON DFCK AT OJKF 

OUKE UNIVERSITY YOUNG WRITERS' CAMP: SOMPLACE TO WRITE HOME AB 

' GL ^lr^N^R T UNAN?MDU?-p^C F S Sn '' ,S ^^ ^ S "' L » 
KRAMER PLAYER OF YEAR •■»»-•» 

SIX G FRnl Arr E L N4 !;i? ""'"RS- ALL-AMERICAN 
V cof,E .^ CC 0N EAST SHRINE RiSTER 
3 FROM ACC ALL-AMFRICANS 

FLAHERTY, DAVIO 

EMPLOYEES TO TAKE UNPAID LEAvr 

? S V A! ^f Y^l!hr!l°^"-"-- s ™M E 3 n8 s auRTRULI 

" uh N,c ' t"PLOYERS WILL SEE UNEMPLOYMENT TAX OROP 
FLAHFRTY, KAY SMITH I F A Y = T TE V IL LE I 



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SUIT ACCUSES OUKE OF NEGLIGENCE 

FLAMER, EARL JOSHIVA 

STABBING VICTIM IN FAIR CONDITION AT »["fl«[H 

FLANAGAN, TO"«Y 

JA2ZHEN HAKE UP FDR MISSING 

FLANARY, MARILYN 

2 FRO" DURHAM ELECTED TO POSTS 9T GOP WOMEN 

FLANNERY, "APK OR. 

OUKE. Uf'C PROFS: ECONOMIC BOO" OUf TO LOWER OIL PRICES 
PLAUOI IS TO CONGRESS 

FLATOW, BERNARD J. 

UNC BUYS RARE BOOK COLLECTION 

UNC ACOUIRES COLLECTION OF RARE SPANISH 'CRONISTaS' 

FLFENER, MATTIE JAYNF 

UNC FELLOWSHIP INSPIRES DURHA" TEACHER 
TEACHER SAYS UNC PROGRAM PUT HER IN CLASSROOM 

FLEENOR, SHANNA I OURHAM ART GUIL01 
GUILD WORKS TO INCLUDE ALL 

FLFISH»AN, JOEL (OUKE POLICY SCIENCES INST. I 

CHANGES IN POLITICAL SYSTEM WEAKENING PARTIES — FLEISHMAN 
OUKE GETS LARGEST GIFT SINCE 1924 

FLEMING, CARLTON (WAKE FOREST! 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN FRANKLIN BREAK-INS 

FLEMING. JOHN CHISTOMANI 

SEA°CH FQR AFRICAN FOREBEARS BRINGS MAN 



NORTH CAROLINA 



FLEMING, MURRAY REV. 

RESIDENTS NEAR "COKE CORNER' PLEAD FOR HELP IN STAMPING OUT DRUG TRADE 
ELM ST. RESIDENTS ASK WAR ON DRUG-OEALING 

FLEMING, NELLIE 

GIVING THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF TIME 

FLEMING, STANLEY L. DR. 

STANLEY FLEMING 1ST BLACK ELECTED TO OENTAL BOARD 

FLEMING, WILLIAM L. "BILL" JP . (VANCE CO.l 
FIVE FILE FOR VANCE SHERIFF 
SHERIFF TOPS VANCE COUNTY RACE 



FLETCHER. 
N.C. 



COMPANY PRESENTS OPERAS THAT ARE NOT "TOO HOITY-TOITY- 



FLETCHER, FELIX A. (Chapel HILL1 
A DISTINCTION NEEDED 
COMMUNISM AMO FASCISM 

PI F Tf HFR • H K 

PROGRAM LETS POLICEMEN FOCUS ON PROBLEMS 
NO TROU°LE EXPECTED, POLICE SAY U E PARADE 
PANEL MAY OFFER FUNERAL-ESCORT PLAN 

FLETCHER, J. FLOYO 

OURHAM MAN NA"ED LIFETIME WAKE TRUSTEE 

ELETCHFR, JOHN (DURHAM CO. HEALTH DEPT.I 

SCHOOL CLINIC CAN HELP BATTLE TEEN PREGNANCIES 

HEALTH OFFICE NOT TAKING SURVEY 

HIGH AIDS RISK GROUP. OTHFRS BOTH TARGETS OF SPREADING HEPATITIS B 

CITY, COUNTY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS ASKED TO CONSIDER AIDS EOUCATION 

AIDS EDUCATION IN NORTH CAROLINA CLASSROOMS DIFFICULT TOPIC TO ADDRESS 

DURHAM BRACFS FOR ONSLAUGHT OF FLU 

FLETCHER, KE^'T 

POLICE RATING SCHEME SCRAPPED 
UNHAPPY OFFICERS STARTED "QUOTAS* 

FLETCHER, PHILLIP AND TULLY 
FIRM GETS AWARD 

FLETCHER, POBERT DR. (UNC-CHI 

UNC DOCTORS JOIN PRACTICE. FA'ILY 

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CHOSEN FOR INTERNATIONAL 

FLETCHER, SU'ANNE W. DR. (UNC-CHI 

UNC OOCTOPS JOIN PRACTICE, FA< ILY 

B C ING 'OR. MQM' CAN BF SUCCESSFUL OPERATION, 



STJRY, OFFICIALS SAY 



lEALTH NETWORK 



WO-EN PHYSICIAN'S SAY 



FLETCHER. TULLY (AMERICAN I NT ER NA 1 1 O'lAL I 

AMERICAN INTERNATIUNAL GETS HONORS FOR RENOVATION 

FLICK, DOUG (DAVIDSON COUNTY! 

DAVIDSON COUNTY MANAGER TO R£=IGN 

FLINT, Thomas WESLEY IRITTSBORDl (DECEASED! 

pittseoro rfsioent drowns in jordan 

flintall. Tyrone o. 

lost items crowd city hall 

FLOOD. OtIDLEY E. DR. 

PRESCHOOL EOUCATION FOR HANDICAPPED STIRS QUESTIONS 

FLORENCE. JACK RANDALL "RANOY" (CEDAR GROvEl IOECEASEOI 
hFabi-ig SET JAN. 10 
0"ITUARY 

MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL OROEREO FOR "OUROUE 
MANSLAUGHTER PLEA BRINGS 6-VEAR SENTENCE 
HILLSPUPOUGH man SENTENCED F0= MANSLAUGHTER 

FLOW. VICTOR I. 

PICKUP DEALERSHIP TO make PAYBACKS 

FLOWERS. K c NNY 

probe sought ?n clemson assault case 

solicitor id ask grind ju°y id investigate clemson case 

FLOWERS 'HOLDING UP' AS SE ASON-np EnER NEARS 
FLOWERS. FQ°0 BYPASS ASSAULT TALK 

FLOWFRS. SHAWN 

2ND ATTEMPT MAOF TO BURN CAR 

C L"YP, BDB°Y 

COMMITMENT IS THE KEY UNLOCKING METS' SUCCESS 

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GOP WOMEN PLAN A FIRST 

FLOYO, L. P. 

THE ULTIMATE: 1.3. FLOYD'S YEARS OF INSTRUCTION CAPPEO PY...OPEN FINISH H 2 6/22/86 8 

FLOYD, RAY 

FLOYO THE ONE WADK1NS COULDN'T CROSS OFF LIST 

FLOYD SLAMS DOOR FOR Opr=N WIN ^ Uil Uhh U ' b ' 

FLOYO'S FOCUS PRODUCES OPEN TITLE H 2 &/l<>/86 B 2 P N C49 

•SHENANIGANS AT SHINNECPCK' s 2 6/16/P6 1 P N 

JKf n,*y,m??I^ : , T S E "EAR ROARED, SHARK SURFACED, BUT FLOYD PREVAILED H I Vl\%*l\i P. - 3 - "' 

ISfN^HE^ 6 r 5 H02-.K F lDS V ? HUW £ ?I^ C ON^ TKUCn0 ' g "PPE d"*?. ' .OPE^ F?N I ,H S | |^|| g 

FLOYO, THELMA IQFCEASEOI 
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FLUKE, DONALD 

aTSL^^JJ^ COLLEGE^HILL DRAW 200 IN 1087 



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FLYNN, DANIEL M. IDELAUAREI 
ANYTHING BUT PRIVATE 

FOBBS, KENNETH MARK 

PERJURY ARREST MAOE IN BUS CASE 

FOCHLER, KATHY 

LEARNING AT THE MALL 

FODRIE, STEVEN HUGH (BFAUFORTI 

38 INDICTED IN SMUGGLING OF NARCOTICS 

FCGERTY, JOHN 

FOGERfY SINGS LIKE MAN ON A MISSION 

FOGLEHAN, CLEVELAND P. 

IRRESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP 

POGLFMAN, F. M. 

THE BENCH MARK: BUILDING PERMIT VALUE IN N.C. UP 31 
FOGLFMAN, GAYLE 

THESE FEMALES HAVE NU TROUBLE WORKING TOGETHER 
FOGLFMAN, JAY 

FANFARE: SOUTH BOSTON RACING 

FOGLFMAN, WILLIAM GARLAND IDECEASEDI 
OBI TUARY " 



FOLEY, TOM 

Sur^Seps- discusser am^r^aV du " ham °^"r™ 

FOLSOM, CHARLES 

HONORING EMPLOYEES 




c ONVILLE, BRYCE IOFCEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FONVILLE, DAVID L . 

RUNAWAY HORSE CHANGEO HIS MIND AND HE STAYED IN BANKING 40 YEARS 
FOOTE, EVELYN P. 

BRIGADIER GENERAL RANKING EARNED BY OURHAM WOMAN 
FORBES. JAMES A. jr. DP 



F0PB "0BITuiRY BErH BU ° G=B 'DECEASFUO 



FQPD, BETTY 

BETTY FORD TO SPEAK AT WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

FOPD, CARLTON 

PERS0N U RF7nN?f^ ?F£?SI N 3 "EARING FOR SKATING RINK 
PERSON REZONING CLtARS THE WAV FOR SKAIING I NK 

FOPD, CHARLIF 

FORMER STREET PERSUN HELPS TRANSIENTS 

FOPD. Cynthia 

PERSON RESIDENTS CONIFSTING ACTION ON DEVFL0PMEN1 



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2 11/04/86 D 3 

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FOGLFR, EODIE 

UNC GUESSING GAME: WHAT IF.. .SMITH RFTIRFS7 

REPORT SAYS WICHITA STATE TO HIRE FOOLER ? I 2/08/B6 D 

ISa-iS ^"".JAR^HEEL SYSTEM TO WICHul^ST; S I I'.W.li. i 



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UNC PROMOTES WILLIAMS " UU S 2 3/24/86 7 N 

S 2 3/26/86 2 N 



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FQLSOM. ROPERT MICHAEL 

»?rAVp p isTE 'oN B DR 5E E &i,oET GS " W,TH 0Rur < 0FFtNSEi 

5TH MAN ARRESTED ON ORUG CHARSES H ? 2/21/86 C 3 N A 54 

DRUG CHARGES AGAINST 2 are DROPPED 5 2 2/21/86 A 6 

COCAINE CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST 2 I 2 K9242S 4 . ^ 
FONVIELLE, LANIER RAND 



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H ? 5/15/86 B 7 

PLANNERS, COMMISSION MAXE PEACE H 2 7/25/86 A 1 

PANELS FORMFO TO EASE COUNC I L : PC I TALK S 2 10/15/86 A 1 

2 COUNCILMEN RAP WATER, SEWFR BONOS S 2 10/17/86 A 9 

Hit Pf' IES F U f ">!NG PLEA FOR HISS DURHAM PAGFANT S ? H/01/S6 A 1 

REASONS FOR REFUSING PAGEANT INADEQUATE PiGE " NT S ? 11/04/86 B 1 

COUNCIL CORRECTLY NIXFS PAGEANT GIFT S 2 11/05/86 A 4 

ARTS CENTER'S AID REQUEST DIVIDES C0UNC1I panci H 2 1 1/06/36 A 4 

HERE'S COST OF A TOWERING WELCOME LUUNCIL PANEL H ? 11/21/86 B I 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE MAY n I ssr.i luc , ? c c , c H 2 11/30/86 D 5 

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N.Y. MINISTER 70 SPEAK AT DURHAM KING EVFNT 

SEVERAL EVEN1S TU COMMEMORATE OR . K ING • S B I R THn A Y $ 2 1/02/36 C 

KING CELEBRATION ' Wj b BIRIHOAY H ? 1/19/R6 B 

DURHAM HONORS KING'S MEMORY H 2 1/20/86 B 7 P P 

THEOLOGIAN DECLARES: DR. KING'S OREAM NEEDS FAI7H IN GOD S 2 VtlV/lt B ! I N "* 



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FOPBUS. INA IMRS. SA"PLEI 
A TOUCH OF PEAUTY 

ENFORCE LEASH LAW H 2 2/10/86 A 4 L 

A TOUCHING LETTER H 2 3/10/86 A 4 I 

AN INTERSECTION POISEO FOR A CRASH H 2 '/23/R6 A 4 L 



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2/03/86 C 3 



1 9/17/86 CI N S80 

1 10/07/86 B 1 N H60 



2 1/22/86 
1 8/20/86 



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12/31/36 



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1/09/87 



RCXRORO LAWYER: COUNTY'S ZUNING HAP NOT OFFICIAL 
SIGN RULE STOPS REZONING HEARING FOP SKATING PINK 

FOPD. DANNY 

ACC CCACHES FINALLY TALK FOOTDALL 

HINT "F CHAMPIONSHIP YJAR FLAVD'S TIGERS' PLANS FOR '"6 

FORD: STATE 'CONFIDENT' 

FORD: MENTAL STATE ThF KEY 

MISBEHAVING COACHES DESERVE PJNIShmfn' 

EVEN "INUS COACHES, CL E u SON-MA RYL ANO HAS EXCITEMENT 

TIGERS FAVORED RY ONLY SPUDS? 

FOPO, OONALD RAY IA.K.A. RAY PARKE 1 ' I 

RUTHERFORD ESCAPEE CAUGHT IN VANCE 

FORD. DORIS 

MAN. 21, 



FACES CHARGES FOR 3REAK-IN. BEATING 



FOFD. GEPALD R. 

THE SLOW CONVERSION 

FORMER PRESIDENT TO VISIT ELON COLLEGE 

FORMER PRESIDENT TO VISIT ELON 

EX-PRESIOENT TOUTS RROY-IILL FOR SENATOR 

FUTURE POLITICAL AO ICARTOON1 

GERALD FOPD ANO JIM 3R0YHILL 

IN HAPPIER TI-ES FO» ma=COS, CROWDS JAMMED THE STREETS 

DON'T EXPECT SOVIETS TO CUT BACK IN ARMS 

FORD TO ATTEND COBEY RECEPTION IN CHAPEL HILL 

FnRD: NEW STRATEGY NEEOED TO TEAL WITH SOUTH AFRICA 

FORD. JAMES IOECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

FORO. JAMES mckEAThEP (05CEASEDI 

OBITUARY 

FOPO. JUDE 

PARENTS OF MUPOOCH RESIDENTS FILE SUIT SEEKING IMPROVEMENTS 

FOPO. KENNFTH LEE (LENOIR) 

LAW OFFICERS BELIEVE FOUR SLAYINGS LINKED 

FOPD. LEIGhTON REV. (CHARLOTTE) 

CHARLOTTE EVANGFLIST PLANS INTERNATIONAL YOUTH GROUP 
LEIGHTON fo»D LEAVES GRAHAM FOR NEW WORK 

FOPO. M4RY ANNE 

CARBIDE'S PARK OFFICE UNSURE ON LAYOFFS 

FORD. PERRY DALE IC.RANITS FALLS) 

BODY FOUND IN CALDWELL THAT OF HOSPITAL PATIENT 
LAW OFFICERS RELIEVE FOUR SLAYINGS LINKED 

FOPD. PHIL 

ELON, 30 MUST OFCIDE 

FORD TAKING HIS FINAL SHOT WITH WARRIORS 

QUALIFIED TEACHER 

FO D D. RAY ILUHBE'TONI 

5 SURVIVE LIFE FLIGHT MISHAP 

FUPD. ROY ILUMBERT0N1 

OUKE PLANS TO REPLACE HELICOPTER 

FOPO. VIVIAN LEEPER 

math COUNCIL NEEDS MONEY 

FOPOHAM, CHRISTOPHER C. Ill 

ASSOCIATION REACCREOITS UNC 

NO WIDESPREAD GRIEVANCES, F"R1HAM SAYS 

FOKOHAM SAYS GRIEVANCES ARE THOSE OF A FEW STUDENTS 

UNC'S CLASS OF '86 TOPS GIVING RECORD 

CHANCELLOP LISTENS TO STUDENT CONCERNS 

THOUSANOS OF UNC STUDENTS MAY LOSE AID, FORPHAM TELLS TRUSTEES 

UNC DEAN RENEWS ACCUSATION OF RACIAL BUS 

UNC DISMANTLES SHANTIES, THEN ALLOwS I TO 3E REBUILT 

PROTESTERS OF APARTHEID GET S-ANIIES PACK AT UNC 

FUTURE MECICAL STUDENTS URGED TO 1HPR0VF IMAGE OF PHYSICIANS 

SHANTIES STAY UNTIL DEMANDS MET — UNC PROTESTERS 

UNC PROTEST SHOWS COMPROMISE 9EST WAY 

PROTESTERS DEMAND UNC DIVESTITURE 

UNC SHANTIES "AY STAY 

UNC SHANTIES STAY; ENDOWMENT 30ARD m a y MEET 

STUDENTS: 'BERLIN WALL' TO PROTEST SHACKS 

STuOEMS: IF Shanties STAY, WALL GOES UP 

■°ERLIN WALL' G n ING UP NEAR S-IANTIES AT UNC 

WALL GOES UP AT UNC: 3 "ORE SHANTIES ADDED 

WRITERS HEAP A UNC CHANCELLORS IN FORUM 

UNC CHIEFS EYE COMING CENTURY 

FORPhim; CURRICULUM REFORM FOR 21ST CENTURY PREPARATION 

OP. FC*"M»H ACTED WISELY 

FPRDHAM TO OELOCATE PFDTEST SIT C 

FOKDham: 'PIT* THE PLACE FOR PROTESTS 

UNC TIGHTENS POLICY ON S. AFRICA INVESTMENTS 

UNC TO STUDY COMMANO INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR NAVY 

WHAT "AKES TEACHERS EFFECTIVE? 

UNC CHANCELLOP DISAPPOINTED wl TH OR I NK I '. „-L A . PROTESTERS 

CHANCELLOR 'DISAPPOINTED' w I TH VANDALS 

REQUEST FOR TWO 87-99 BUDGETS CAUSES WORRY ABOUT POSSIBLE CUTS 

BAS'C RESEARCH NEEDS PROD FROM GOVERNMENT 

UNC PROTESTS BUDGET REOUEST 

SPANGLER: DEALS SHOULD BE PUBLIC 

SPONSORED RESEARCH UP 30 PERCENT 

U'lC FACULTY COUNCIL ADOPTS P EP OR T SEEKING MORE POWER 

TRUSTEES SNUBBED PUBLIC 

BUSINESS, ACADE U IA JOIN AT KENAN CENTER 

UNC GETS DEFENSE CONTRACTS 

SURA RE-ELECTS UNC'S FORDHAM 

FORPHAM, POULTON. OTHERS OPPCT E FPOSH ELIGIBILITY IN TWO SPORTS 

UNC TPUSTEES AGAIN REFUSE TO TOTALLY DIVEST 

UNC SHANTY TORN DOWN, 13 ARRESTEO 

ATHLETES NEED MORE TIME FOR ACADEMICS 

FPRPHAH: UNC WORKING ON PROBLEMS 

C n LLECE PRESIDENTS CITE PROBLEMS 

GIFT TO UNC 

FO°E. WILL'A" Marshall IGASTONIAI 

FOU» KKK AFFILIATES IN WEAPON: ARREST AFTER TRAFFIC CHARGE 
OFFICER: CAR HELD WFAPO-S 

•T£OR"K OF °EDPLE' CHARGE DISMSSFO AGAINST KLANS-EN 
JUOGE OISMISSES 'TERROR' CHARGES 

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CHAMPION 3IR0 SCULPTOR AT N.C. STATE 

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9/12/86 


A 


4 E 




M 3 


9/20/86 


c 


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M10 


S 2 


1 0/15/96 


A 


1 N 




H 3 


10/17/86 


B 


1 N 


L90 


H 1 


10/18/86 


C 


1 N 


"1? 


H 2 


10/19/06 


D 


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H 3 


10/22/86 


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S 1 


U/l 1/96 


A 


1 N 




H 2 


11/13/96 


B 


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UOi 


H 7 


1 1/19/86 


3 


5 N 




H 2 


1 1/21/86 


A 


1 P N 


L90 


S 2 


1 1/21/86 


A 


1 N 


<5" 


S 2 


1 1/21/06 


A 


4 E 




H 3 


1 1/22/86 


c 


1 N 


L90 


h 2 


12/21/86 


3 


9 N 




S 2 


12/22/°6 


C 


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M 2 


1/19/86 


B 


1 P N 


M51 


S 2 


5/2'/°6 


C 


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T35 


H 2 


5/23/86 


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S32 


S 2 


5/23/86 


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HMunmimmaaa 



ATH 

FATHER 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/86 



OFPUTY ATTORNEY RECALLS CHANG=S. CHALLENGES 
FOPMY - DUVAL. JOHN 

SPECIAL SCHOOL PROGRAM LURES ^ROP-OUTS 
MANY HELPEC TOURNAMENT SUCCEED 

SCHOOLS GET HIGH VARUS AT DROROUT CONFERENCE 
DURHAM SCHOOLS 00 W=LL TO CURT DROPOUTS 

FOPNOSi WERNER 

POPULATION MENACE GROWS 

FORRFST, CLYDE IOECEASFOI 

S.ISSI'MS VICTIM WAS SERIOUSLY ILL. naCTOk SAYS 
J^DEa'dMS , T N° giR K T ,LL%G N ^rVSeATH 

SIS ftVll&\V&%J&cVWfa&,ZE!i& OF FATHFR 
FORREST, JOHN EARL (CARTHAGEI 

SHUOTING VICTIM WAS SERIOUSLY ILL. nnfTDH u»( 

JUDGE RULES MAN TO STAND TRIAL IN FATHER?? 5I ? 

JURY OEAOLOCKFD IN MEPCY KILLING romt b " c 

MAN GUILTY OF MURDER FOR KILLING ILL FATHFR 

MAN IS GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE IN HERCY KILLING 
FORREST, JOHN W. (HILLSBOROUGH FIRE CHIEF) 

FIRE CHIEF, TOWN PLANNER GIVE UP JOBS 
FURRF ST , jmuf S . 

FIRM ORDERED TO SUPPORT WOMAN POISONED ON JOB 
FOPRESTER, THOMAS 

MURDER SENTENCES UPHELD 

FOPRINGER, JULIE 

WORKSHOPS H=LP FAMILY LIFE 

FOPSYTHE, AMY IHILLSBORO'JGHI 

KSiS T |,S»t GLASS CAUSED CHILD'S ILLMFSS 

TFSTS FIND NO GLASS IN GERBER FOOD JARS 
c O p SYTHE, DONALD I H I L L S30R0UGHI 

fSSigTS SAV GLASS CAUSED CHILE'S ILLNESS 

TESTS FIND NO GLASS IN GERBER FOOD JARS 

^"^OMTuarV 81 - M " ""-KINS (0ECEA5E0, 

FORSVTH|, V ICKI IHILLS'OROUGHI 

PARENTS SAY GLASS CAUSED CHIC'S ILLNESS 

TESTS FIND NO GLASS IN GERBER FOOD JARS 
FOP.TF, MO 

FANFARE: ACT COACH HONOR EO 

FORTE, NINA 

TEEN CHARGEO IN HIT AND RUN 
FORTNEY, JUDITH 

DUE PPOCESS UNWARRANTED 

SWWaLWiK Mfrti'^irSS^W^JUE^KJ^fp RESEARCH. 
F0° TUNE, GWEMOOLYN 

FAMILY HELPS DUKE NURSING 

TRIANGLE HOSPICE GETS 120.000 GIFT 

SCHOOL GETS .SO, 000 GIFT F^gS NURSE'S FAMILY 
FOSKFY, CH\RLES G. 

PANEL 10 BOOST CHAPEL HILL POMD ISSUES 

i Hilrl- •-- ™- v; u B0N0 ,S5UE 

CHAPEL HILL VOTERS OK 5 BOND ISSUES 

FOSKFY, PEARL IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 







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3/15/86 A 9 


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2/26/86 A 1 
2/28/86 R 1 


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7/12/86 A 26 


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H 2 


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7/26/86 A 18 
7/27/86 C 6 


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S 2 9/17/86 A fl 
H 3 11/05/06 C 1 
S 2 11/05/86 A 7 


N "81 
N 

N 881 
N 881 



H 2 8/D9/06 C 



FOSS, JOHN w. MAJ. GEN. 

18TH AIRBORNE CORPS COMMAND CHANGING 

FOSS ASSUMES BRAGG COMMAND ^* m ''™> H 2 10/09/86 C 12 

FORT BRAGG GENERAL SAYS PILFE3ING NOT LARGE SCALE H I !Q / .U / .?* ? 5 



FOSTFL, GARY 



2 12/27/86 



EDITORIAL ON SCHOOL AIO WASN'T LOOICAI 

KEEP FAIRNESS IN SCHOOLS LOGICAL H ? 6/04/ „ 6 , 

EXPFRTS IN OBSCURANTISM H 2 7/14/86 A A L 



FOSTE OBITgi„Y L ' PT " '"CEASED. 



10/15/86 
H 2 5/02/86 c e n 



^^BiruARY '• '""EASED, 

OBITUARY H 2 1/07/86 A 6 1 



F0SrF O8[ruA , RY V CH,ISi * N 'DECFASEDI 




2 1/08/86 
H 2 6/17/86 C 



H 2 3/08/86 D 3 N 

H 2 3/1 1/86 D 1 P N 

H 2 3/12/86 D 1 P N 

H 2 4/05/8 6 D 1 P N 

H 2 7/0A/86 c 1 N 

" 2 12/29/86 1 P N C52 



F ° STF ?X.,?U L «A¥W«- ° F "'-I B'BALL COACH, S 2 lZ/WSb ° ' ' " "" 

CANES' FOSIFR ROLLS MIAMI DICF nil II n 

i iR gY T T L"iil""°'N A s ?i? D r thr " ? ««" a i ijgwss s 3 ' N n " 

FOSTER TAKES ON TAR HEELS WITH HORFORD-L C SS HURRICANES 3 I ,\',k¥,ll 9 ! ° N F " 

FOSTER. C. ALLEN 12/06/86 C 1 N C5> 

JUDGE F. GORDON BATTLF FILES FUR R p cicriro., 

COURT ASKED TO HALT ELECTION OF JUOGES '° » 3 6/01/86 C , N 

FOSTER. DON DR. " 2 O/0 " /?b C * " 

PROFESSOR FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO DISCUSS DETENTION. TORTURE s , 5/ , 6/fl , , - „ 

FOSTFR, GARY 5/16/86 A 6 N 

DON'T TEACH THEOLOGY IN SCIENCE CLASSES 
FOSTER, JOHN AVERY (DECEASEDI 

JOHN FOSTFR, 9[, nN p nF STATE'S 1ST BLACK OFFICERS 
FOSTER, LAURA I0FCEA5ED, 



10/02/86 A A L 
12/31/86 C A N 



MONTHLY/AN 



I N E X 
12/3l/8o 



NAMES 



PAGE 148 
1/U9/97 



TOMBSTONE OF TOM OOOLFY'S VICTIM STOLEN 

FOULKE. CAROL 

CHURCH GROUP TOUR DROUGHT-STRICKEN ARFAS 

FOULKS, GAPY N. PR. 

DUKE TEAM CITES GAINS IN CORNEA TRANSPLANTS 

DUKE RESEARCHERS REPORT CORNEA TRANSPLANT PROGRESS 



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H 2 3/03/86 C 
H 2 B/11/B6 5 



H 2 

S 7 



ICHAPEL HILLI (OECEASEOI 



EOUSHEE, CARRIE 
OB I TUARV 

POUSHEE. CHAPLIESE 

CHAPEL HILL DEVELOPMENT SNAGGEO AGAIN 

TWO PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS SET TO OPEN 

DAY CARE OPFRATOR GETS PLEDGE FRJM HOUSING AUTHORITY ON REPAIRS 

FOUSHEE. DARPELL JEROME ICHAPEL HILLI 
DRUG PROBE NETS I 1 ) 

FOUSHEE. HENRY (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FOUSHEE, JACK W. IALAMANCE CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.I 
NEW ALAMANCE JAIL 

FOUSHE c . TAMARA 

10-YEAR-OLD DIRT-BIKE RACER BELIEVES IN DREAMING, WINNING 

FOUST, IVEY CHARLES 

LUMPER WOFKFR HURT IN ACCIDENT SUES EQUIPMENT MAKER 
MAN HURT IN MISHAP SUES MANUFACTURER 

FOUST, JOHN OR. 

PHYSICIANS' IMAGE A PROBLEM SAYS NEW SOCIETY CHIEF 

H=ALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS SAY BUCKLE UP FOR HOLIDAYS 

BUCKLING UP COULO INSURE HAPPY HULIOAY 

FOUTS, JAMES 

INSTITUTE, 



FOWLER, BILLY 

SLAYING SUSPECT'S BROTHER WOUNDED 

SHOOTING SUSPECT CHA6GE0 WITH THREATS TO WITNESSES 

WOMFN ASK DIRECTIONS, ROB MAN WHO AIDS THEM 

FOWLFR, PANIEL GRAHAM (OECEASEOI 
FOWLER'S GOURMET CO-CWNER 

FOWLER, DANNY BKICE 

DURHAM MAN IS CHARGED WITH MUR uER 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER 

SHOOTING SUSPECT CHARGED WITH THREATS TO WITNESSES 

WOMEN ASK DIRECTIONS, ROB MAN WHO AIDS THEM 

WHERE'S JUSTICE IN SHOOTING D=ATH? 

DURHAM GRANO JURY INOICTS TWO ON MUROER CHARGES 

FOWLER. DON 

BLUE OEVILS PUT IN ACC STANOS BY PUKE STANCE 

FOWLFR, GARY 

DOWNTOWN POST OFFICE FO» THE "IRDS 
POSTMASTER APPOINTED IN R0XBO°O 
DURHAM man NAM£0 POSTMASTER 

FOWLFR, HORACE 

FATHERHOOD CHANGES LITTLE OVER YEARS 

FOWLFR, JOHN OR. 

CHILO PSYCHIATRIST F[RST IN N.C. 

CHILO GUIDANCE CLINIC GETS A NEW DIRECTOR 

FOWLER. KEVIN (COLLIER ST. I 

TPEN TELLS POLICE HE TRIED TO STEAL PURSE 

3 ACCUSED OF STORE BREAK-IN 

POLICE ARREST THREE FOR STORE BREAK-IN 

FOWLER. MICHAEL KEVIN 

TEEN CHARGED IN HIT AND RUN 

FOWLER. MILDRED ROULES IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FOWLER. NANCY 

N c w HOMES ARE PLANNED 

MONEY IS AVAILABLE AGAIN FOR r MPLOYEwS TO AID VETS 

FOWLFR. ROBERT H. 

CARIBBEAN OFFERS GOOD SETTING FOR ABSORBING HISTORICAL NOVEL 

FOWLER. ROY LEE IHENDERSONI 

TEENS CHARGEO AFTER BREAK-IN PROBE 

FOWLFR. WESLEY C. JR. OR. 

TFCHNIOUE UFFFRS NEW HOPE FOR OVARIAN CANCER PATIENTS 

FOWLFR. WYCHE JR. (GFOPGIAI 

WINNING DEMOCRATS FIT POPULAR MODERATE ROLE 

FOWLKES. OANA 

STOP RQSE"ARY SQUARE PROJECT, 



SUIT OEMANCS 



carl (orange co. d.a.i 

michaux. cars file for posts 

hillsborough woman files for congress 

late filings complicate county bjaro race 

fox offfnds decision on oeath penalty 

fox dfffnos his oecision not to seek oeath penalty 

death uf fox's father delays sentencing 

how frantic search leo to hopfl c ss rage 

the district atturney made right oecision 

stop the criminals 

durham video stores recovering from law 

carl fox acten correctly 

unc wrestlcos bound over to grand jury 

da caroidatfs pleoge war on amuse 

oa wa'iis stronger law f"k compensating victims 

orange fop hears fox, ms. scouten 

accessibility agreement noifu by ca candidates 

2 forme" assistants vie for orange da 

keep carl fox, democrat for district attopney i ad i 

e«-colleagufs seek da's post 

district attopney fox rolls by 3 to 1 margin 

fox wins, now state's 1st full-term black da 

district attorney campaign fe'iding boils on after votf 

fox ois u iss r s race issue as n3n-factdr 



7/04/B6 C in N U80 

7/05/86 A 16 N 



H 2 10/07/86 B 



H 2 
H 3 

H 3 



2/I0/B6 A 1 N B8I 
2/19/86 El N 181 
5/2°/86 B 1 p N 89,1 



H 3 1/16/96 B I N B81 

H 2 1/24/86 A 14 

H 2 6/30/86 A 9 P P L 20 

S 2 3/l3/°6 C I p N S84 



H 2 1/19/86 B 3 N 
S ? 1/18/86 All N 



H 2 1/20/E6 B 1 N 
H 2 12/1-VR6 C 7 N 
S 2 12/22/86 A A E 



NOW IN 2DTH YEAR, GRAPPLES WITH COMPLEX ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES H 



11/29/96 C 1 N M97 



H 2 
H 2 
S 7 



7/24/86 B I 
8/11/B6 B 1 
8/11/86 C 1 



H 7 9/23/86 C 



7/19/86 
7/20/86 
8/ll/"6 
8/1 1/86 
8/14/86 
9/23/86 



H 2 5/11/86 B 



H ? 

H 1 
S 7 



1 /OS/36 
10/09/86 
I0/10/A6 



1 ' « Jil 



S 2 6/13/86 B 1 P F Y55 



S 2 
S 2 



S 2 
H 2 
S 2 



H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 



3/03/86 
10/22/B6 



3/12/86 
4/30/86 
4/30/86 



F S27 
N S27 



7/14/86 A 11 



9/22/"6 B 8 



3/29/86 C I N W82 
4/06/96 C I I P U L4I 



H 2 6/19/96 D 3 P R H48 



H 1 


2/15/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 3 


1/15/86 


8 


14 




N 


U80 


H 7 


I 1/17/86 


A 






F 




H 3 


8/28/B6 


B 


I 




N 


831 


S 2 


1/21/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


X06 


S 2 


1/22/86 


A 


8 




N 




H 3 


2/04/96 


c 


i 




N 


= 81 


H 2 


2/1 1/96 


A 


i 




N 




S 2 


2/1 1/86 


A 


i 




N 




H 3 


2/14/86 


H 


i 




N 




H 2 


2/16/96 


B 


i 




N 




H 2 


2/16/86 





4 




F 




H 2 


2/19/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


2/24/96 


A 


1 


p 


N 


A 54 


H 2 


2/24/<"6 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


3/20/86 


A 


22 




N 




H 3 


4/09/86 


C 


1 




N 


W27 


H 2 


4/15/86 


A 


12 


p 


N 


W27 


H 3 


4/2°/96 


C 


I 




N 


W27 


H 3 


5/31/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 


BIO 


S 2 


5/03/96 


A 


1 


p 


Q 


W27 


H 2 


5/04/86 


A 


p 


P 


A 




H 2 


5/D4/96 


D 


3 


P 


N 


W27 


H 3 


5/07/86 


C 


1 


p 


N 


W27 


S 2 


5/07/86 


C 


1 




N 


W27 


H 3 


5/08/86 


3 


1 


p 


N 


W27 


H 3 


5/0R/B6 


L 1 


1 




N 











MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX g y NAMES 

1/01/66 - 12/31/B6 NAMES 0Ar , e ,,,, 

1/09/37 



WS^M^tAWte Sipjsn" W0B0 0N fbi «» 



OATE C 



S 7 8/15/86 C 1 

H 3 8/16/86 C 1 

S 2 8/16/86 C 2 

S 2 3/19/86 A 4 

H J 9/05/86 8 1 

S 2 10/21/86 A 6 

S 2 1J/31/B6 A 5 

BLEM 'l-l-itT ru * 3ATJ H ^ 11/Q1/B6 C 1 

0?HnCRATS ELECfEO"lN"oRANGE H 3 11/05/86 C 1 

BUR ?£„ M4Y , BE 0UT nF UMSTEAD SOON 5 2 11/05/86 A 7 

KILLER SET FREE AFTER DOCTORS SAr HE'S NOW SANE I I Jl<l'/86 A 1 




gss&nf^&H ^T fl fr,^p E g?? R sg?T 4TE suit 

SUIT CLAIMS COUPLE LI3ELE0 rrn,F »"" 

CHARLFS 0. IV 
mo?l N S SLATED ON COKER LAND 

?n2Sfp5 U tt?. * G *X«ST BARRETT IN COKER ESTATE SUIT I I 1/08/86 A 10 

SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PRCPESTY SUIT H 3 1/31/86 B 1 

CLINT - 



N 


Pin 


1 




N 




N 


H 10 


N 




N 


mid 


N 


W?7 


N 


W27 



2 1/08/86 A LO 

3 1/31/86 3 1 

2 1/31/86 A 5 

3 6/17/86 C 1 



CLINT ROBFRT (C"APEL HILL RD.I 

S588i N S B ?g , !U8o8Vag*SF , '881iaff? charges 



10/01/86 
H 2 12/05/86 B 



N 

M sg? 



5 2 1/15/86 C 1 M TB5 

H 2 1/16/B6 3 1 N S82 

l^vtiX^l*™™^"" S * */ln/B6 3 ! I! T R ,5 

I-lSSK?I E Ei^L0VI^^ N ? D TEPH » OBSCENITY CASE j I |3^f^5S C 

FRANCES (MRS. HERBERTI 

WATTS HALL OEOICATEO AT SCHOOL 

FRANCES PRESTON V C NABLE WFSTC"AT 

HF^ING^ATE^ c3k1S T L^O° ,DFR W C0KER PR0PERT * 

lunT^i'lo^lVAltVo P " P?RTY SU ' T 

FPANCIS P. 

HEARING SLATED ON COKER LANO 

cmSHLS-'M 5 AGAINST BARRETT IN COKER ESTATE SUIT S 2 1/08/86 A 

SUMMARY KILLS COKER ESTATE PROPERTY SUIT H 3 1/31/86 B 

JAMES C. S ' UiU «» * 

^, U u DC . E ,- ST,UKFS °OWN SECTION OF QUI LAW 

RULING MAY AFFECT OKI LAM H 2 8/05/R6 B 



H 3 1/07/86 

S 2 1/08/86 

S 2 1/31/86 

H 3 6/17/86 



2 3/06/86 C 
H 2 12/30/86 A 8 
H 2 11/12/86 D 1 



FOX, JOHN GEORGE (ROCKWELL) (DFCFASEDI 

ROCKWELL MAN OIES Of WRECK INJURIE 
C UX, RICK 

DUKE, UNC, STATE GET COMMITMENTS 

FOX, ROY LEE (BLACK M 0U NTA1N> 

MAN FACING 3RD MURDER TRIAL 

MAN IS SENTENCED TO LIFF PLUS *0 YEARS FOP SLAYING u I 8 /31/36 C 10 

FOX, SUE (ROXBOROI 9/18/86 A 18 

ROXBORG ACCOUNTING SYSTEM IS CRITICIZED 
FOYT. A. J H ' U/ 13/86 B 1 

KUDO, FOYT TOP SECOND-DAY QUALIFYING FOR CHARLOTTE PACE H , ,„,„„„„ r , 

F02ARD, DONALD REV. 10/03/86 C I 



Z 7/13/R6 A 1 P N P38 



mMm^m^M^^-^^^--.^^ 9! WA\ I SIB 



CLEPGYMCN TAKE BOTH S ID=S IN GULIFY RFr.i 
M «\°« ACCUSED OF MIXING CHURCH, POLITICS 
SVbki "SUPPORTERS DECEIVED ™ t "" ! 



I ri 
5 L 

1 P N .. . 
8/09/86 A 1 N S51 

S 2 2/26/86 A I M N M69 



L CAMPAIGN [J I VjWAi ? l 1 N 

S^^l",! ??^^^^ SScf'rvES"^"* - UL '"^ S I 7 7 /!>^S J P S 385 

MAYOR IS STEADFAST S 2 7/24/86 A 4 

S8PF6ft T |S *"E DECEIVED M 2 7/26/?6 A t [ 

i^vro- ^911 LEVEL NE " CLAIM H 2 '/27/86 ~ 

A Mi V V ?C R f0US°C S HARG N E TER CLM " S A ° E fa '» RRE 5 I g*8#!8 . 

PErinnN L nR[5 C G ?S , o JP L JFTER PEC4 LL EFFORT FAILS ? ' 8/07/86 A 5 L 

PETITION DRIVE FOR RECALL OF M A Y U R FALLS SHORT 5 ? liSi^K * } P N "35 
FRALEY, DON 

754-ACRF PROJECT TO GO IN S. DURHAM 
H0?f SyPFI/ki^/S? H0iE P ; OJEC? 

HOPF VALLEY FARMS OEVELOPERS PLAN 3,990 HOMES. APARTMENTS 3 I HIV, St £ -' * W8 ' 

FRAMPTON, PAUL 3/28/86 C 5 N L * 1 
N T r TE rS.^tS GfT ,p ROTON BUSlf 

SUPERC0°LL 4 ;d?r" S F E^D fcR A^Sp U ER n ^ClV?M R NT ULL,0ER HCIUL0 BE AN HONOR B| tfgjflgj I j J " 3 " 

FRANCE. ERIK (HURDLE MILLSI " ? ""'''^ ' ' " " 
SENATE VOTES LACKED CLASS 

NO SYMPATHY, PLEASE H 2 2/2V«6 A A I 

FRANCE. RANDAL DR. " ' 10/31/B6 * = >- 
0I1KE CLINIC OFFERS UNIQUE HFLP 

S 2 9/25/86 A 1 'I 

. GATES COUNTY 

CRASH »>■■>«"" H 2 A/30/86 CRN 

' 2 A/30/B6 C 1 I -I 



S 2 2/11/86 A 1 n 

S 2 2/14/a 6 a 1 rj HB2 



FRANCIS, ANTHONY CLARK (DECEASED) 

I R", N y.', C J' MS 0F PLANE CRASH IN 
<• DIE IN GATES CUUNTY PLANE CR A 

FRANCIS, BILL (GENERAL TELEPHONE Ci ) 
GTE TO IMPROVE TRIANGLE SVSTEM 

CRaNC 08 5 :ruA H R JRLES HE ' <RY JR - '0«EASF , " ? 5/1 " /n6 

FRANCIS. JAMIE " 2 J/0S/ ' 6 B 6 n 
•35 PICTURES OF THE YFAP 

II AC 'bS-iUff ERS WIN PRESS AHARUS H 2 1/01/86 B 1 P = 
ALAS, FAREWELL H 2 1/31/36 I 1 P >i JP7 
SIIN 4 t2n?Mr D P SuJ 0&PAPHER FRANCIS SWEEPS N.C. CONTEST H 3 12/10/36 C 1 o p V 7 
SUN PHOTOGRAPHER, STAFF ARE NAMED TOPS IN STATF H 2 12/15/86 B 1 P N 

ERANCKE, LOUISE ! ? 12/15/86 C 1 P N 

API EXHIBITS ARF HORROR SHOWS 
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FRANK, NEIL (WEATHER FORECASTEPI 

METEOROLOGIST KNOWN AS 'MR. HJRRICANE' 

FRANKENBFRC, SUSAN 

SEVEN APPLY FOR TOWN HOARD SEAT 

FRANKENSTEIN. ARTHUR J. 

7 OF 12 WELLS TFSTED CUNTAMINfTEO 

RFSIILTS MIXFO FRuM WELL TFSTS ON KNOLLkDUD 

HEARING SET ON WATER LINE TO KNDLLWOOO 

FRANKLIN* ARNOLD 

UNC'S FRANKLIN LUOKS FOR SECOND CHANCF 
". TAR HEELS GET LATF CALL IN NFL DRAFT 
UNC PLAYER ONE OF THOSE CAUGHT IN TEST 

FRANKLIN, nANNAH 

COURT KEEPS MURDER RULING 

NEW TRIAL IS ORnERED IN MUROE'' CASE 

FRANKLIN. JOHN HOPE 

PANEL TO HONOR CONSTITUTION R=A0Y FOR ITS FIRST MEETING 

PANEL TO HONOR CONSTITUTION R: AOY FOR ITS FIRST MEETING 

OUKC HISTORIAN FRANKLIN SHOWS NEGLECTED LIFE OF eLACK LEADER 

HISTORIAN'S BIRTH A -SPECIAL DELIVERY' 

•AFTERNOON OF APT' PLANNED 

JOHN HOPE FRANKLIN TO SPEAK AT AWAR03 DAY AT NCCU 

300 ACHIEVERS HONORED AT NCCU AWARDS DAY 

UUKE'S FRANKLIN HONORED bY WAKE 

WPITERS IN THF PARK HIT HIGH WATERMARK IN READING SESSIONS 

OUKE PROF WINS LITERARY AWARD 

OUKF PROF GETS AWARD FOR BOOK 

DUKE PROFFSSUR WINS LITERARY PRIZE 

FRANKLIN. KENNETH L. (ESSAYISTI 
ARE WE ALONE IN SPACE? 

FRANKLIN, LEE COREY 

COKEY FRANKLIN HELD IN ARMED ROBBFRIES 

FORMER PSO SLASHES WRISTS; CONDITION REPURTFU 'OK' TODAY 

EX-DURHAM OFFICER. BROTHER INMCTFU 

EX-OFFICER INDICTED IN RESTALTANT ROBBERIES 

LAWYER SEEKS PSYCHIATRIC HEARING FUR Fx-PSO 

COMPETENCY HEARING ASKED FOR Ex-OFFICER 

FRANKLIN, IENTZ CRAIG 

ORANGF "AN CHARGED WITH STEAK-IQUSE RORBFRY 

EX-OFFICER CHARGED IN ARMED ROBBERY 

FPANKLIN ORANGE MYSTERY SUSPECT 

SUSPECT IN ORANGE DISAPPEARANCES TRIES TO C"MM[T SUICIDF 

corfy franklin held in armed Ror3j r k [ t s 

FORMER PSO SLASHES WRISTS; CUNUITIUN REPUPIEO 'OK' 

EX-DURHAM OFFICER, BROTHER INDICTED 

EX-CFFKER INDICTED IN RESTAURANT ROBBERIES 

SHERIFF SAYS MRS. BANE 'NEVER WAS A SUSPECT' 

LAWYER SEEKS PSYCHIATRIC HEARING F U R EX-PSO 

COMPETENCY HEARING ASKED FOR FX-JFFICFR 

FORMER OFFKER FACES INDICT"ENI IN MARIJUANA CASE 

FRANKLIN, R. P. 

CRIMES AGAINST ELDERLY WORRY POLICE 

FRANKLIN, THOMAS ihendersoni 

THOMAS FRANKLIN KEE=S HEN0ERS1N TRADITION GOINj 



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;IS" (OECEASEOI 



FRANKLIN, VIOLA G. 
O n I TUARY 

ERANTZ, CURTIS 

EDITORIAL CLAIM 'NONSENSICAL' 

SCIENCE AND RFASON 

SCIENCE ONLY AS STRONG AS ITS EVIDENCE 

FRANTZ, VONDA 

TREYBURN IMPACT STUDY NFEDED 

FRASIEP. ELIZABETH 

STORY HIGHLIGHTS GOOD T C ACHER 
RFTIRFES WANT TO HELP 

FRASIER, L. R. 

SEPARATION OF FIRE. POLICE MAKES FOR NEATER STATIONS 
FIRE STATIONS SPARKLE AGAIN 

FRATKIN, ELLIOT 

ANSWE TU 'WHAT'S WRONG WITH LARGL'CHE?' 

RF-READ THE LETTtR 

SALES TAX WRONG WAY TO fund BONDS 

FRAUTSCHI. SCOTT SARSENT 

OFF-DUIY OFFICER'S ARREST BRI'JGS SUIT 

EX-OFFICER FILES COUNTERSUIT 

JURY TO DECIDE TOWN'S LIABILITY IN BRUTALITY SUIT 

FRAZFE. WALLACE ROY IUECEASEOI 

WALLACE FRAZEE, WHO ENHANCED BEAUTY OF ORGAN'S TUNES, 

FRAZIER, ANDREW 

CLOSE LONGRESS IONAL RACES DRAW ATTENIION TU N.C. 

FRAZIER, ANN 

SEX EDUCATION PROGRAMS CRITICIZED 
MRS. FRAZIER TO SPEAK 
APPOINTMENT ANGERS GROUP 

FRAZIER, B°AOLEY ALLAN 

COUNTERFEIT LICENSES SEIZED AT ECU 

FRAZIER, CAMFRON W. ILANGHORNE, PA.) 

DURHAM MAN CHARGEO WITH SHOO IT UK GIRLFRIEND 

FRAZIER, CHEPYL YVFTTb 

STUDENT PLEADS GUILTY TO KILLING INFANT SON 
FORMER STUDENT GETS PRISON TE°M IN BABY'S DEATH 

FRAZIER, 06BPA ANN (BURLINGTON! 
N.C. WU"AN ejcES ORUG COUNT 

FRAZIER, GFOR&E W. 

LEADERSHIP OF NAACP TO CHANGE 

FLORINE ROBERSON TO LEAD NAACP 

OURHAM NAACP GETS BLEAK REPORT ON PUBLIC HOUSING 

EX-NAACP HEAO PRAISES COURT'S RULING 

NAACP SAYS POLICE MIIKOERED MAN 



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cSI[\SR 5 ,S^ accusation ridiculous 

3uJ G ? EE 5?$s,i e f52 T g" TH pRone s I ?; liJsi i » :i ,„ 

ACCUSATION IRRESPONSIBLE H 2 7/21/R6 A t L 

FRAZIER. JOHN (CHARLOTTE, " ? 7/ "/"<> « « I 
VJNOALS HIT MAN CHARGFO WITH VANDALISM 

""'oei'TUA ^" BtUK 'fECEASFO! " Z 5/0VPt A '" * 

FRAZIER, S. oavio " 2 6/21/86 C a n 

HIGHER EDUCATION COSTS 

FREDERICK, FRANK , H '' 6/0S /' , <> * '• L 

AUDIT UNCOVERS •DEFICIENCIES' IN CLERK'S OFFICE 

FRFOLAW, MARVIN EUGENE " 3 1/0V " 6 iJ 1 N "01 

EXTORTION BID FOILED IN Dl/RHA" 

FREORICKSON, DONALD s. R. 2/15/P& A f, -, 

DIJKF LAP. njILHIN^ 75 PERCENT COMPLETE 

FRFUVMONn, JUAN H ? i/0, -'">> B 1 N IJn 

OURHAM PULLS -86 

BULLS PULL OUT WIN Ifg 10, i_ ? S 7 4/ln/B , u -, _ c 

Rt8»8i.<ttki A'ji.iAk.'i? K.STON U MM llhM 

FREE, WOPLO B. S ? ,,/ 2B/?b ? P N 05? 

FANFARE: ET CETERA 

FPFtr-MAN. rSPAEL (OECtASEUl " ' ,J/? °/^'> 3 P N 

jiKii ^ii!?asR*„2rr G ?SN? URHA " ,,s "^ g ^ **»> » , 3/ J7 / e6 B , , 

ISRAEL FREEOMAN WAS A DURHAM SIANT H 2 ,/ov!S A I L 

FRFELAND. A. NAN S 2 '• / °9/36 " <• L 

3 PPISON PROJECT DIRECTORS FRIENDS OF DEATH ROW INMATES „ , u „„„ 

FRFELAND, CHARLES <./2n/8(, C 1 N SB? 
LCM PLANT SOLD FOR U37 MILLION 

NEW OWNERSHIP GOOO SIGN FOR LSM WORKFRS H ? 10/29/86 A I , lM 

FREELANO. DONNA H ? ll/ J2/86 D A 

UNkFLATFO ITEMS MAKE GOOO DECORATING ACCESSORIES 

FREELANO, JA*ES H ? 3/ "'/"6 b 2 f F J«, 
BANK«"'Ar = «i 1< K N g OPTION Otl INDIAN SITF 

RPARn F?r?E F ';,»'" FNP INDIAN SITF H ? 2/11/R6 B 1 N ABO 

gas* &%: <- h -^ Bftfu-™- si ws • 

MOBILE HOME RESTRICTIONS OK'U. 3-? H I I0JU/86 S 1 N ' 

FRFELAND. RONALD E. " ' I0/1A/-6 CI N M1P 

N.C. SUPKFMF COURT REVERSES ALAMANCE MAN'S CONVICTION H . ,,.„_ . „ 

FRFELAND. SHARON 2/l">/"6 B 5 N 046 

SFVEN APPLY FOR TOWN BOARD SEAT 

CRFtL ^ITuA ; RV L '" ••'=' L ^" -HILLSBOROUGH, .DECEASED, " ' ^'^ ' ' * 

0R1TUM ' V H 2 9/01/86 C A 

FREE " A ^ BENJAMIN JR. (HENDERSON, ? 9/03/?f ' B 6 ' 

500 ARRESTS SEEN FROM DRUG PR->BE 

FREtMAN, BONNIE jepqme " 2 5/15/86 A 10 N 

S n ,^? H ^ ST6 ° n ' -1 DR 0G CHARGES 

2r^r ?i'?„ NC J S STOLFN PROPERTY S 2 2/28/86 C 1 M THS 

C CE°F f GFS aFTEK 0PUI - INVESTIGATION » | 3/01/86 C I N " 

bu^?a Hr- Win ■ e " b «w " /"/'pi » i * b 

b«Ss F h E l E D oTdru H gIV«° C harges 11 HH«8« I r- 

FREEMAN, EPNFST ISTEPMAN, " ? B'"/"* B 7 N 

MAYOR JF STEOMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

FRFEMAN, FRANKLIN IJUOGEI H ? 5/01/ ° 4 4 l ' *' 

IKHEWtKHP,'KUh»acon-' 1 1 mn n s ■« 

FREEMAN, HAROLD OR. S ? "'" /!i * ° ' 
SCIENTIST SEEKS WAY TO KEEP DYES 3RIGHT 

CRCe "uBITUAK\ SIE rAVLnR 'HILLSB0R0U3HI (DECEASED, 

FREEMAN, JAY " ? */2">/86 B 4 O 
FREEMAN TAKF3 CIVIC CLU- GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 

FRFEH ?0 N « M8f\i2rfh«*&Bi" e "' S -SKETBALL, " ? 5/ -' V ° 6 ° "■-"' 

PrtEEMANt RUSTY JAr S ? 6/04/°6 D t, . -\ 

bUROLAR F|_E C S HOMF WITH nr AMi-vm 

SglKSi V^~I H w?J»HARGES H | B/28/P6C 1 N 

FRFLMAN, TCDP IFOUTbALL PLAYER, " ? 3/3l/ ° 6 A ' " 

ON E !„rDO?rI« I Nl-' K« E - S 2 3/11/. D A N 

— t5fH-Siil«rc7-oi5S?W?i"t3'?M s E nominee S ? 5/1V ° 6 ^ ' P ' H " 

FREdMARK, MICHAEL OR " ? 6 / J ^/"6 A IP N 
DURHAM C i^,«^SSE S e^E? kas-SAgGE PLAN 



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H*He5 R MA G TH S p^lA,i: E D o5 H AiT UL L oJV' £ "^ $ " L ' E "^ H 2 1/17/86 
CRFIB 0niT5«RY SabFL " HJR1 ,CH * P EL "'ILL, I0FCEASEOI 

FREITAG, WILLIAM P. H 2 11/03/86 C 



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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR FINED FOR c ailURE TO REPORT ABUSE 

FRENCH, nAVID 

CONGRESS MUST COMPEL REAGAN TO CHA4GE 
PEJPLF ARE WAKING UP 
SPACE SHIELD IS WEEDED 
LETTE" FROM NIRVANA' 

FRFNCH. noNALO LEE inECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

WOMAN HELP IN SLAYING 

H C ARING SLATE" MARCH 17 FOR O.IRHA" MAN'S OEATH 
WOMAN FACES TRIAL IN SLAYING 

EFLANO WOMAN TO dE TRIED ON SE C n NO-OE GR EE MURDER 
WOMAN GETS SUSPENDED TERM FDR SLAYING 
EFLAND WOMAN GIVEN JAIL TERM IN URUNKFN DRIVING CASE 

FRENCH, FREDERICK 

CHAPEL HILL MAN SHOT IN HIP; 



NAMES 



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ONE CHARGED 



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FRFNCH, LOUISE 
U"I TUARY 
OBI TUARY 
OP 1TUARY 

FRENCH, LUCY RODWELL IDECEASFDI 
OHI TU'RY 

FRENCH, RICK 

NEW TOWN "ANAGER CHOSEN IN ME"ANE 

FREN7EL, BILL 

SELF-P IGHTEOUS PuST 

FRETWELL. E. K. DR. 

WRITERS HEAP 4 UNC CHANCELLOR'. IN FORUM 
UNC CHIEFS F»E COMING CENTURY 

FREUND, OEPOPAH A. DR. 
NOT MRS. CR MS. 
UNC FACULTY MEMBER NAMED KELLOGG FELLOW 

FRICK, ALPHEUS EPVIN IDECEASFDI 
OB ITUARY 



FRICK, ROBFRT ICHAPEL HILL POLICE OEPT.I 
•WE'RF trying TO GET PEOPLE OUTSIDE" 

FRIOAY, IDA (MRS. WILLIAM C. FRIDAV| 
HONORING A FIRST LADY 

MEDALS GIVEN TO BILL FRIDAY AMU HIS WIFF 
N.C. SYMPHONY PLAYS SUWERFEST CONCERTS 
MOVING INTO KENAN CENTER 

IDA-FRIDAY WAS 'THE PRESIDENT WIFE- 30 YEARS — AND LOTS MORE 
CHRISTMAS AT KENAN CENTER: NEW BUILDING TO GET TRADITIONAL DECORATIONS 



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MtRCHANTS TO ME 

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NED 

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"TS NO PROULtM 

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NG, ABLE 

REPLACE FRIDAY AS UNC SYSTEM PRESIDENT 

ELECTION OF SPANGLcR 

LEAD UNC SYSTEM 
HAVE HELPED SPANGLER 
ET 2.D M IN I MUM 
BUT NOT UNC ' S PURPOSE 

TuOAY, SETS PRESS CONFERENCE 
CE 

ARCH 3 
N UNC LEADEPSHIP CHANGE 

ATION AS UNC PRESIUENT 



INT AT UNC HELM 

CE AFTE J 30 YEARS 

CENTER (CARTUONI 

ULITICS AND THE STATE 

NEEDS E« TENSIVE REPAIRS 

EFOS MAIUR REPAIRS 

POST ON RTI'S BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

IITUTE "■OAR" 

FORUM 
TS FQRU'' AT DUKE MONDAY 

WON'T 3 UN F0° SENATE 
RIGAY A>ID HIS WIFE 

GAIN "OMENTUM THIS YEAR 
OR S FPI1AY 
ET THURSDAY 

1 TREASJRER 

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MMERFEST CONCERTS 
NEW UNC KENAN FUND 
MEO TO JNC TEACHING POSITION 
FE SSUR 

NIVERSITIFS TO TAX CODE 



MATS 
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A CHANGE OF PACE 

ESIDEN'T WIFE' 30 YEARS--AND LOTS MORE 
ON CUMMI SSIPN 

NG TUP FIVE COLLEGE PRESIDENTS 
CITED FOR EFFECTIVENESS 
AOERS DISAGPEF WITH CRITICAL PtPORTS 

GIFT TO ORGANIZE FRIDAY'S PAPIRS 

LI'IKARY ORGANIZc FARFRS 
T LONG SFTEP HOLIDAY'S OVER 



FRIDDvICH, IRnlN ("UKt UNIVE°SITYI 

2 DUKF SCIENTISTS GET RESEARCH GRANTS 

FRIED, HOWARD 

INTFRIM ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NAMEO FOR CHAPEL HILL 

FRIEDL, FRNE'TINE OR. 



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FRIeOMAN, JOHN RABRI (JUDEA REFORM f nuro Fr A T inM i 

PROTESTS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS GET RESULTS 

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GUARDIAN PLANS MINI-WAREHOUSE ON CLUB BOULEVARD JJ | ,?<? ^f? ' 

FRNDYK, TYLER "YANK- 
VIRGINIA AUTHORITIES BLAHE SIX MURDERS ON BUNGLED OPUG DEAL 

FROELICH, JACOB 

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TREY&URN-WATCHERS NEED 1QBE INFORMATION 
FKOST, ,AN H 2 3/03 ^* « » U 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

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PEDIATRICIAN SAYS CHILD WAS A1USED 

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ELDERLY HFLP TRACK ABSENT PUPILS 

FRY, GEORGE WESLEY IDECEASFO, 
OBITUARY 

FRY, HEL H 2 ,/2l/ " 6 '' 2 

RADON SURVEY STARTS NFXT WEEK IN 8 HOUSES „ , „,„„ 

«RV. MICHELLE .CHAPEL HILL. ' U/27/R6 B 1 N C 60 

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JORDAN WINS PAC-6 GIHLS TFNN IS X-C™uN TR V H '- 8/01/86 C 3 N 

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UNC PROFS FORM 'HA HA' GROUP 

FRVe 'oPI , ?UARY' FRANCIS 5R - (DECEASED! 



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FULFORO, G.VNELLF $ ' 12/0,/f ' 6 * ' * 

BOAPD RACES TO BE LIVELY IN CHATHAM 
DUNLAP, THOMPSON WIN ' N CH4THSM H 3 2/05/86 B 1 N 

FULGHUM, J!„ H ? 5/0,/B '' B ' B ' 

•DOWNRIGHT UGLY' BARNS UNDER ATTACK 

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FULLER. JENNIE .FAYETTEV.LLE, " ? """"' " ' ° 

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FULLER, BOBBY 

BURROUGHS PLANS FOR SALE OF SPERRY PLANT IN DURHAM 

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HOMFTCWN FRIENDS PAY TRIBUTE TJ RUFFIN H ? 8/16/86 3 5 P N 

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•HAPPY HILL" DREAM 



SAM'r FULP TRIES TURNING FANTASIES INTO CARFER H 2 



FULLER. JOSEPH (HENDERSON) 

VANCE WOMAN SHOT Tu UFATH IN "ISHAP 

FULLERt KEVIN CARLTON 

FIGHT HURTS 31 "AN IS CHARGED 

C ULLER. LAILIE BECK (OECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

FULLER, MILLARD 

HAblTAT FOR HUMANITY FOUNDER WILL SPEAK AND RECEIVE AWARO 
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY DIRECTOR HONORED HERE 

FULLER. TERRY 

NFW BUILDING HOLOS PERSON EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER 

FULLWOOO. CH7RLES °. JR. 

N.C. WILDLIFE AGENCY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NAMED 
FULLWOOO NEW DIRECTOR OF WILDLIFE COMMISSION 

FULLWOOO. JAMES MALCOLM (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

FULMFR. TI«OTHV J. 

3 HURT IN GREGSON ST. WRECK 
3 INJIIRFD IN ACCIDENT 

FULMORF, VON 

N.C. CENTRAL'S FULMORE FULFILLING 
NCCU PICKS TOP ATHLETES 

FULP. MARICE M. 

NOT ANGRY BIGOTS 

r ULP. SAMMY IREICSVILLFI 

HAVE COSTUME WILL TRAVEL: 

FULTON, GERTRUDE HARRIS (OECEASEOI 
OP-ITUARY 
OBITUARY 

FULTON, KEVIN 0. IDENFIELO ST. I 

GRAND JURY INDICTS GILL FOR MJRDER 
MAN GETS 32 YEARS FOR STORE ROBBERIES 
STOPE ROBBER GETS 3? YEARS 

FUNDFRPURK. OAVIO DR. 

FILING OPENS C 0R N.C. OFFICE" 
FUNOE D dUkK ATTACKS RROYHILL 
BROYHILL. F'JNOEReURK: WHAT'S 
FAIRCLOTH EXPECTED TO FILE N 
FUNDERBURK, BROYHILL FILE FO 
BROYHILL, FUNOERDURK BEGIN C 
BROYHILL'S VOTING RECORD CHA 
FUNDERBURK, POESS ARE GETTIN 
BOMBAST THAT DIVIDES 
THEIR CONSERVATISM has LITTL 
PRO-FUNDERB'JR" WRITER FOCUSE 
GOVERNOR SHOwED FAIRNESS 
SOWERS BLASTS DEMOCRATS, DEC 
WRITE SHOWED CANDIDATES' D! 
DELIGHTED UEMPCRATS WATCH GO 
THE COMMERCIAL BREAK ICARTOO 
BROYHILL, FUNDERBURK OEBATE 
SFNAT C CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF 
magazinf Says GOP HOLD ON SE 
MORE NEGATIVE NONSENSE 
BROYHILL'S RECIPES HAVE CONS 
ANTI-ABORTION GROUP SUPPORTS 
SET POLITICAL RECORD STPAIGH 
BROYHILL ATTRACTS BUSINESS 
AGE OF NOMINEE IMPORTANT TO 
POLITICAL LUNCHEON PROPOSAL 
JIM BROYHILL SHOULD AGREE TO 
2 MONTHS BEFORE PRIMARY, SEN 
13 PERSONALITIES OOMINATt IS 
CHRISTIAN ANTI-OEFAMAT ION CO 
LET'S HAVE A OEBATE 
BROYHILL'S NEW AOS AIMED AT 
COMMERCIAL FJR CUNDFRBURK AI 
CUTTING U.M. BUDGET 
BROYHILL SAYS HE WILL RESIST 
SANFORD SAYS REAGAN ABONOONE 

broyhill raps advertising br 
broyhill's 'positiv' ca"paig 
funderburk best bet for gop 
gop voters wapned of extrfmi 
funderburk attacks news medi 
funderburk raps sanforo. bro 
funderburk confident underdo 
wf nefo protection 
voters need 10 know about is 
funderburk is the right choi 
new funderburk ads 9lame bko 
broyhill aides attack tv ads 
a taste for dundepheads 
congressional clu° hurts fun 
funderburk best candidate 
fundep3urk sefks votes from 
■mtgative' campaigns often n 
ingram raps sanford on insur 
open n.c. s c natf seat attrac 
keep campaign in perspective 
broyhill takes leau in gop 
gop legislator says funderbu 
iote funoerburk over broyhil 
gop candidates souare off ov 
the davio f'mderburk ha7ard0 
for 'a true conservative* 
conservatives say helms to 
fundtoburk expects tu get he 
broyhill expecting support 
congressional club chargeo w 
campaign allegations can be 
senate hcpcfuls increase p ac 
mart!'! will r c commeno 3.2s p 
congressional clj* will halt 
democratic california congre 
fun0er6urk slashes at broyhi 
gop, demos Switch rolfs: u.s 

PLANE CHARI c RF0 BY FoNDFRBUP 
THIS YtAR'S SENATE RACE OE SC 
IT'S PP0YHILL VS. SANFORD FO 
JIM BRUYHlLL'S VICTORY A REP 
THE CLUP IORT00NI 



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DEFENSE VOTES 

THE DIFFERENCE? 
E«T WEEK AS SENATE CANOIGATE 

S. SENATE RACE 
ONTEST FOR 'HEART AND SOUL OF N.C. 
STISED 
G ALONG 

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ON MITES 

IDES TO ENDORSE BROYHILL 
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TAXES AMD ABURTIONS 

AT FORUM 
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RAPPED AS "UNHOLY ALLIANCE" 

DERATES 
ATE RACES NOT HOT YET 
SUtS IN SENATE RACE 
MMITTEE FORMED 

DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS 

MS AT BROYHILL VOTES ON CANAL, TAXES 

-ALL TO DEBATE 
FARMERS 

ANDING HIM AS LIBERAL 
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yhill for nucleaw. dump 
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a':ce issue, old campaign loan 

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PRECINCT VOTING TALLIES 

SAN=ORD. BROYHILL WIN 8Y IMPRESSIVE MARGINS 

^EiB4Wk 6 s i E wis T s?Has H a o B «SKi?t T8} * MCT6 "" n 

A bLUNOER ADMITTED UL 

rESrAN^E C ErHlLP , KG I KNltE ST STSTE F ^ ER,,U,!K SUPP °° T "S 

BR0YH1LL RIGHT CHOICE 

AN AMUSING ATTACK 

iHH" SON MARKETING'S POLITICAL LOANS EYEO 

AGENCY EXTENDEO CREDIT lu HELMS, CONSERVATIVES 



IS ALSO NEGATIVE 



Th? RISE OF JESSE HELMS' 



FUNOERSURK, LANEY 

COLUMN'S ANALYSIS OF BROYHILL MISSES MARK, 
FUOUA, DON REP, 

DUKE SPEAKERS CANCEL 
FUOUA, J. B. 

STATE-CHAR T=RFO BANKS SAID HEALTHY 

cH^, 4 ^*, MF : SAI < F SPEAKS MONDAY ON DUKF CAMPUS 

f'SuSa eI« A nTJ.^^,l7ion ONMRE - louk l '« e LE4 °"' »ci like one 

FUOUA: RAIDERS MAKING FIRMS RESPONSE TO SHAREHOLDERS 

FU ° U *ORlT E A SIfc W0U0V 'D6CEASE0I 

FURGURSON, ERNEST 

ERNFST FURGURSON ANALYZES 

FURGURSON, w. H, 

CARTOONIST INFLUENCEO 1876 RACE 
FURLONG, JIM 

WHAT HAPPENEO TO BRENNER? 

"'uL^lE'^S.L^NSs^^ioE'RE'i" INClU0£ 3 NEW 0FF,CE BUILDINGS 

FURR. JIMMY C SAY06 IMOORE CO . I 
5 CHILDREN OIF I N V ASS FIRE 

FUNFRaTsI^ ?0Dlr^g 4 F^E"v1c r T T I^ T ™ " VE * CHU °° E * 
FURR. RICHARO L. (CCBI 

CRABTREE STEPPING IN AS SOUTHLAND PRESIDENT 
FUPST, LILIAN P. DR. 

OR. FURS! IS NAMED MARCEL BATAILLON PROFESSOR 
FUSSFLL, DAVIO (SOUTHLAND ESTATE WINFRYI 

SOUTHLANO ESTATE WINERY LAYS CORNERSTONE IN SELMA 
FUTRELL, MARY H. 

TEACHER SHORTAGE REALLY TEACHER OROPOUT 



NEA PRESIDENT 
REPORT ON EDUCATION 'MODEL' FUR REFORM 



FUTTRELL, MARY HATWOOD 

BENNETT CALLS GOVERNORS' 

OAPOR, 2SA ZSA 

THAT'S ALL FOLKS? 

GADDIS. DALE 

DFALING WITH OVFRDUE BOOKS 

r UB^R E Y U B ho^T°{?GH^N^^O T F T ^D A C T OM^J R ^B.APV 

bJ?5, A ? Y r 4 S°o TS " ULES F0R DISPLAYS S 

? f "LL GROUP USES LIBRARY FOR SIGNUP 

A PLACE TO GO... LIBRARIANS LE NO BOOKS ANO PATIENCE 

GADDY, CHARLIE 

Py?H*.?rt"F H ' H, LLSIDE GRADUATE NEARLY 350 
G & A B Snr, T l A N N n4 A Y NCHn„ N MA L N' F0R CU "" H SigV^RCHESIRA- 

GAOOY, DONALD RAY 

^y^Mh^l^ ^fJr P a S tiInd!nHLoS? D puSH EN PR '«- 

GADE. OLE DR. 

JH| tDST OF BEING BUCOLIC 

THREE ASU PROFESSORS SAY N.C. RESOURCES ARE BEING STKAINEO 
GAOHAFI, MOAMMAR 

GAOHAFI SPELLING CHANGES 

IS GADHAFI, DAFFY? 

NO TO THE MAOMAN 

LULL PEFORE THE STORM? 

S;[;t*?i; l S?'!J ni! UP TROUBLE WITH GAOHAFI 

cS5ght T ',n S ?he 1 b R tg H l ?e L0 LE40ERS '""OONI 
co^spJr;c S y L of S¥ 5alkasse^ I " G mM t "«™ — 'CARTJON, 

LYING NOT THE RIGHT WORD 
GAEOF, BILL 

THRFATENEO EDITOR PACKS A REVOLVER 
GAFFNEY, MILTON (SHELBY! 

TWO TEEMS KILLED, SHELBY MAN WOUNDED 
GAONON. JEAN PAUL nR. 

UMC PROF GETS AWARD IN PHARMA'Y 

UMC PHARMACY'S GAGNON HONORED 

GAINFS, BERNARD LASALLE 

DURHAM POLICE-SSI DRUG STING 'JETS 35 
GAINEY, AUSTIN ICLINTONI 

CLINTON POLICE CHIEF, OFFICER DISCIPLINED OVER CARTOONS 

GAINFY, JOHN (HILLSBOROUGH! 

RfJiihi \r\l', G Zr,i??'''i}, CAJi COUNTY BOARD RACE 

REPUBLICAN HOPES TO UNSEAT SHERIFF 

ORANGE TO PICK SHERIFF " IF 

ORANGE SHERIFF'S RACE OU I E T 

SHERIFF HANDILY DEFEATS CHALLENGE 

ORANGR SHERIFF INTENDS. TO MAINTAIN RESPONSE TIME 



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GALAPZA, PEDRO 

TELEC"H GETS PUER T D RICAH CONTRACT 

GALAVIS, KAREN 

TURN SIGNAL NEEDEO 

GALBRAITH, ALAN 5. OR. 

GRAHAM AWARD TQ BE PRESENTED TO DURHAM HAN 

GAL8 p AIT«. JOHN IDECEASEOI 

EDITORIAL OMITIEU VALID POINT* 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

WRONGFUL OcATH SUIT SETTLED IN CALIFORNIA 

GALILEO 

HAS GALILEO wRONG7 

GALLAGHER* JOHN 

JURORS PONDER GALLAGHER SUIT 

JUkCRS CONSIDERING SUIT AGAINST DUKE BY PARENTS OF RETARDED GIRL 

COUPLE WINS M.031 MILLION AWARD IN SUIT AGAINST OUKE 

GALLAGHERi KIMBERLY 

JURORS PONOER GALLAGHER SUIT 

JURORS CONSIDERING SUIT AGAINST DUKE BY PARENTS 3F RETARDED GIRL 

COUPLE WINS 51,031 MILLION A w: RO IN SUIT AGAINST OUKE 

GALLAGHER, WARY (HANDWRITING ANALY'TI 

DURHAM PEOPLE AT WORK: HANDWRITING KEY TO UNDERSTANDING 

GALLAHER. JOHN K. JR. ( W I NSTON- SAL" HI 
ROBOT PROJECT FUNDS STALL 

GALLOWAY, MINNIE SCOTT (DECEASED! 
0°ITUARY 

GALLOWAY, VERTINA HAWKINS 

MRS. CHAOWICK IS INSPIRATION TO BOTH FAMILY ANO FRIE'.OS 

GALPHIN, GREGORY D. II 

CHARLOTTE LAWYERS FILE SUIT TO HAVE PRISON TORN DOWN 

GAMAL, ALICA 

AMERICAN WOMAN BRINGS PAPYRUS ART FROM EGYPT WITH LOVE 

Ga"BIlL, Thomas 

JOURNEY TO GOOD HEALTH 

GAMblNO. CARLOS JK. I AK A DOMINIC KINGI 

TANGLE: SCHEME THAT TURNED SOUR HAY HAVE LE" TJ SHOOTING 

TANGLE: FRISNOS SURPRISED AT SANDERS' ARREST 

TANGLE: VICTI" IDENTIFIED BAN<ING SCHEME'S MYSTERY MAN 

TANGLF: SON SAYS BROWN TRYING TO GET HONEY PACK WHEN HE WAS SLAIN 

NO PAPOLE VIOLATION NOTED IN MU°DER CASE, OFFICIAL SAYS 

GAHSINO: THEY HERE GOING TO RIP ME OFF 

STILL PCPPI'IG UP: GASAVERS N A- E WEAVES THROUGH PLAN... 

SECOND "GNO HEARING SCHEDULED FOR LA.YER CHARGED WITH MURDER 

OURHA" ATTORNEY INDICTED IN GIILFORO 

OA : INSANITY MARO TO PROVE 

DURHAH LAWYER SENTENCED IN GUILFORD LOUNGE SLAYING 

"AMBLE, DEE ICHAPEL HILLI 

SANCTIONS BETTER THAN BOMBS 

GAMBLE, OOROTHY 

LFAGUE FOR GULL C Y 

GA"BLE. GEORGE 

STUDENTS CALL FDR RESIGNATION OF UNC OFFICIAL 

UNC Y SAYS Dt»N HAD NO "OLE IN SETTING REINSTATEMENT TERMS 

NO WIDESPREAD GRIEVANCES, F"RTHAM SAYS 

FORDHAM SAYS GRIEVANCES ARE THOSE OF A FEW STUDENTS 

CHANCELLOR LISTENS TO STUDENT CONCERNS 

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FIRED FRDH CAMPUS Y 

"AHBOA, IGNNIE (FLORIOAI 

TESTIMONY ENDS ON NEW TRIAL IN KIDNAPPING, HuRUER CASF 

MURDER SENTENCES UPHELD 

ASHE man SEEKS NEW DEATH TRIAL 

NEW TRIAL SOUGHT IN MINE MURDER CASE 

NFw-TPIAL DID IN MINtSHAFT mj3 D cR DEjIEO 

GA'G. ELIZABETH DUNN ICARYI IDECEASEDI 
03ITUARY 
BETTY GANG WILL BE MISSEO 

RAI N, r I TOY 

TO BANJO'S TWANG, THEY TwIRL HAPPILY 

GANN. STERLING 

RESIOFNCES ARE RISING AROUND OLD DIRT RU'.»U 

C.AHT, HARRY 

ONE UF NASLAH'S BEST CONOUERE -1 RUSH HOUR'S WORST 

r.AHT, ROGER 

EXECUTIVE SEES HOPE FOR TEXT IL E- I hpdrt BILL 

GANT, RONNIE 

GANT PEEFS UP BULLS' BATTING 3RDER 

Durham bulls 'as 

BULLS' STARS 

ALL-STAR SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON DURHAM QUO 

BOLLS' STREAK ENDS AS EAGLES fly high 

GANT HOMING IN ON b'JLLS' MARK 

BULLS TIGHTFN RACE 

GANT POWERS BULLS TO SERIES S-EEP O c PIRATES 

BULLS CLOSING SEASON WITH PENIANT CHARGE 

GAN T J'jINS EL ALL-STARS 

GANT AN ALL-STAR 

FANFARE: BRAVES HONOK GANT 

GANTHNER, STEVEN (GARNERI 
FINANCING UTILITIES 

GANTT, GEUPGE WILLIAM 

SUSPECT ARRESTED IN STEAK HOUSE SLAYING 
TH|PC MAN ARRESTED 

GANTT, HARVEY (CHARLOTTE MAYORI 

G»NTT IS SEEKING POWER TO L C VY NEW LJCAL TAXES 
PASSI'G THE SUCK CAN HAVE POLITICAL ADVANTAGES 

GANTT, L. ". "MIKE" 

TREYBUMN CAUSES FFDFRAL CONC E c N FOR E NV IkONME NT AL l u PACT 



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GANTT, 



WILDLIFE OFFICIAL NOTFS CONCERNS CVER TREYfl'IRN 
CORPS APPAR6NT L Y ACTS TO PRESERVE LAKE LANDS 
T, W. T. 
CAMP 8UTNER MEMORIES 



GAMZ. ERIC MICHAEL 

NO WATCHING DUKE ON TV FOR SPEEDING STUDENT 
GARBUTT, JENNY 

UNBEATEN: DURHAM ACADEMY FIEL^ HOCKEY STATE CHAMPS 
GARDINER. SCOTT 

DUKE POWER SHIFTS METER SCHEDULE 

GAPDIN C R, PE (ARTIST! 

"THREE GATES TO THE CITY" 

GARDINER, WINTHKOP (PALM BEACH, FLA.1 

PALM BEACH WOMAN ESTABLISHES tl MILLION RESEARCH FNDOWMENT 
GARDNER, AVA IACTRFSSI 

? V , 4 ^J5S N f R ACCEPTS INVITATION TO DUNN 

fr? £?? DN?R WILI - N0T ATTENO MUSEUM FE S T 

ACTRESS AVA GARDNER CANCELS VISIT TO DUNN 

GAPDNER, B. NORFLEFT 

SCHOOL BUSES BEING RECALLED 

SCHOOLS FIX RECALLED BUS-STEERING PART 

GARONER, BOB IHAZELwOOO) 

NORTH CAROLINA TOWNS BATTLE OVER ANNEXING SAME LAND 
GARONER, BROOKS (MFBANE MAYOR! 

MAYOR THRFATEMEO WITH -WRATH OF GOD • 

GARONER, EILEEN (U.S. OEPT. OF EDUCATION) 
DON'T FORCE TEENS TO STAY IN SCHOOLS 
DON'T IGNORE [1R0P-0UT PROBLEMS 

GARONER, CEORGE IN. C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNIONI 
■ELECTRONIC WARDEN' PROPOSAL CRITICIZED 
N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION DIRECTOR TO RETIRE NEXT YEAR 

GAPDNER, HATTIE S. (OECEASEOI 
0«I TUARY 

GARDNER, LEWIS 

ARREST IN ROBRERY OF UNIVERSITY MARKET 
GARONER, MARY LOUISE POWE 

DID DUKF STUDENTS NAME 'MONKEYTOP'7 

GARONER, D. MAX III 

LAWYEPS DISAGREE ON DUKE SUIT 

L 4 JwYE A RsTn P A P f?AC^ lu R ' f'fi {§„{ si Sl"" * D ° CTnR 
GARDNER, SCOTT 

WARM WINTER CUTS UTILITIES' HFVFNIIFS 
DUKE CUSTOMERS GIVE JliioOO TO FUND 

GARDNER, SUSAN 

K;: SS?i5I'4sSsRS"SSe8 r .S E 8§!SI, l, SiggciW SEA50N 0PENER 

G4PDN aB'lTj i R, HfcLL LL0Y0 ICH4p EL HILL I IDECEASEDI 

r ""' DN 0BiruA R 5' NIA C00CH iofce «eoi 

GARDNER, W. H. JR. 

PANEL SHOULDN'T DELAY REVIEW CN INSPECTIONS 

GARG, OEVENDRA G. DR. 

DUKE PKOF: ROBUTS TO GET ROUGH JOBS 

NEW GFNERATION OF ROBOTS EXPECTeS TO TAKE MANY JOBS 

'I^E^SEA^belt^aTiI siX ILTl.lT" ™ ' ' " E REP6ALt ° 
GARMON. BARBARA F. 

OURHAM LOST EXCITEMENT 
WORTHY NEWS STORY 'LOST' 

GAPNFR, ANOREA F. 

WHITMAN CUSTODY CASS NOT THE LONGEST 
GARNFR, CARL K. 

WHAT'S DISCRIMINATION' 

GAPNFR, MARY IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

GARNER, MARY LEE ILIBERTYI (DECEASED! 

CAR-TRUCK COLLISION KILLS LIBERTY WOMAN 

""'"^OBITUARY HQLT ICH * Rl -OTTEI IOECEASEDI 

GAPNFR, NANCY 

PACE PICKS UP FOR VANPOOL PROGRAM 
GARNER, RICHARD G. 

CAR WRECK, FIRE 3L0CK TRAFFIC 

GARNER - MCGRAW, JO ANN 

SPECIALIZED SERVICE BEGUN FOR DE VELOPME NT ALL Y DISABLED 
GAPR, KAREN 

rc 4 rJ = i! OSE 5 PRFSIOENT AND PRF S I DENT- EL EC T 

nc E a A e CH wa R n S ;s"to "s P f? A rM L e'? V fo R MA t. I ac N hfr^ e ' s 'Movement- on education 

GOVERNORS' PROPOSALS ON EDUCATION BACKED 

H»SfK s 6 BgS?«fc T ,, MSTiKS* ^ u "°" ""» locators 

u:^;.?. 0111 '^ 10 ^ 5, GROUP TO ADVOCATE STATE LOTTERY 
E0 U fI?6»f§8E?T?0N L PA? P p P e^ S,ArE "°"^ 
PARENTS' HELP URGED TO FIGHT DRUG ABUSE IN SCHOOLS 
GARRARD, JOE 

GAROAPO'S '60S CHITTERLING 'STRUT' RECALLED 



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OPI TUARY 

GARRETT, CHARLIE w. 
GET OUT OP U.N. 

GAPRETT, OANNY K. (WEST JEFFERSON, N.C.I IDECEASF01 

PARTIAL SKELETON IDENTIFIED AS WEST JEFFERSON MAN 

GARRETT, EMILY YVONNE 

ONE WRECK VICTIM'S CONOITION CRITICAL 
WOMAN STILL SAID 'CRITICAL' 

CAPRFTT, ERNEST PAPKER IOECEASEDI 
OhI TUARY 

GARRETT, HARVEY 

TWO BURNED AS GAS PIPE RUPTUR C S 

GARRETT, JACOUELINF 

DURHAM WOMAN AMONG 3 KILLEO IN ORANGE WRECK 
THREE DIE IN CAR WRECK 

GARRETT, JOHN W. 

GROUP HONORS niSTINGUI SHED SALES PEOPLE 

GAPRETT, JOHNNIE BROWN [GRANGE CO. I 
MAN ACCUSED OF POINTING GUN 

GAPRETT, LEW 

FOR WANT OF TECHNIQUE, 



PEOPLE HAVE DIED 



CARR C TT, MARK 

COUPLE REFUSES TO LET JOHN DEERE START OuAkREL 

GAPRETT, MICHAEL NATHAN (WEST JEFFERSON! 

PARTIAL SKELETON IDENTIFIED AS WEST JEFFERSON MAN 

GARRETT, MICHAEL WAYNE (HILLSBOROUGH! 
ORUG PROBE NETS 19 

GARRFTT, NANCY 

ANNAPOLIS: WHERE GENTLEMEN (AND LADIES! BFCOME OFFICERS 

GARRETT, NATHAN 

TWO FROM OURHAM NAMED TO BOARDS 
"WE SUPPORT THE COUNTY BONDS." I AD I 

GAPRETT, RICKY 

PIEDMONT TECH NAMES OIRECTOR ?F EXTENSION 

GARKFTT, SHARON LYNN (HILLSBOROUGH! 
DRUG PROBE NETS 19 

GARRETT, TIM IGDLFERI 

NORTHFRN, MCDANIEL WIN SECTIONAL TITLES 

GARRFTT, TPIPP 

COUPLF WED AFTER DATING EIGHT YEARS 

GARRIS' RAY F. 

SIX PEOPLE INDICTED IN BEATING OF TWO INMATES 
FIVE OF SIX PLEAD INNOCENT IN BEATING CASE 
JAIL BEATING TRIAL THIS WEEK 

GARSTANG, HERBERT P. (NEW PORT RICKEY, FLORIDA! 
DURHAM'S HOSPITALITY 

GARWOOD, ROBERT (FORMER marine! 

garwood offers to show where pows werf 

garwood charges mt a panfl ignores truth 

hen^on says he found proof pows were in hanoi in 1992 

producer says he is making tv special about garwood 

gapy, kays 

newsmen 10 be honored at unc 

journalism hall of fame in t n"> uc t four newspapermen 

4 men enter n.c. journalism shrine 

4 journalists get n.c. honor 

gaskell. julia (Chapel hilli 

proposed hotel draws objections 

gaskell. julie (pediatric social worker) 

workshop scheduled for schoolteachers un chronic illnesses 
chilu-illness impact to be discussed 

gaskills, alvia jr. 

burning used oil can 



'E HAZARDOUS 



gask1ns. anthony jerome 

two chapged with auto break-ins 

gaskin5, dean 

honeymoonfrs share memories 

gaskins, felicia gaskins 

woman shot opening closet 

woman shot, in critical condition 

youth chared with shooting m3h 

gaskins, patsy 

honfymooners share mlmorI c S 

gastfr, edna e. 

tobacco profits built ouke university 

wake up. voters 

tax 'caps' favor hign-income people 

RE-REACi THE LETTER 

GASTFR, PONUA (NF« HILL! (DECEASED! 

MOblLE HOME NEAR NEW kill BURNS, 



GASTFR, THOMAS (NEW HILL! IOFCEASE' 1 ) 
MOBILE HOME NEAR NEW hill BURNS, 



KILLING HUS6AID. 
KILLING HUSBAND. 



WIFF 
WIFF 



GASTFR, WILLIAM 

TAX THE ROAD HOGS 

THE FAMILY: SOCIETY'S FOUNOAIION 
2 REPUBLICANS RUN FOR CONGRESS 
JUSTICES, JUOGES TO FACE OPPOSITION 
GASTER FILES F0= 2ND DISTRICT SEAT 
OURHAM Mi'i DROPPED from U.S. HOUSE RACE 
CANOIDATE TO CHALLENGE LAW 
•GO AND SIN NO MORE' 



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RELIGION USED TO TRAMMEL 
O'NEILL'S SIN TAX 

HSe E RET?HE"i?^ N F ? ' S CHARGE ° ' N FiT * L "AUNG OF DURHAM MAN 
CREEDMOOR MAN CHARGED IN SLAYING OF nijRHAM mam 

S?2r C H?*S^g S "fIg 6 Si|?l"«5b*R Y ! N £sSJ UL ¥% H 5? O^HAM MAN'S OFATH 
OUR RIGHTS ARE VIOLATED 

GASTINEAU, JOHN S. (CHAPEL HILLI 
DOSSIER: JOHN S. GASTINEAU 

GATES. CECIL 

MODEL BATTLESHIP SAILED INTO V.C. PORT BY RETIRED TFArnER 
"'"OBITUARY T4PP "LEASED. 
GATLIN, GINGFR 

SPINNING HIGHLIGHTS HOMESTEAO'S DEMONSTRATIONS 
GATLIN. KEITH 

TERP CLOUO HANGS OVER ENTIRE ACC 
CATLING. CLAUDE 

N.C. MAN SENTENCED FOR OREGON FATALITY 

GATLINC. EMMA 

HV r°J?? "ONORS TEACHERS 

MRS. GATLING NAMED CITY TEACHFR tf yfad 

TEACHERS OF THE ?EAR SERVE AS INSPIRATION 

r '* TSI h„ 4NDr KET - GEN. (POCKY MOUNT I 

BROYHILL'S VOTING RECORD NOT PRO-DEFENSE 

r ' 4TU 0BITUAR\ MAE '""-LSBOROUGHI (DECEASEOI 

GATTIS. MAEDELL 

CREST STREET RESIOENT LIKES RELOCATED HOME 
GATTIS, WILLIAM 

LIBRARY PROGRAM HILL FEATURE LOCAL CELEBRITIES 
GATTUSO, JAMES 

DEREGULATION HASN'T MEANT LESS SAFETY 
GAULT, FRANK 

IN SEARCH OF EGG-CELLENCE 
GAVAGHAN. PAT 

PARK PROJECT, CIVIC CENTER 'WON'T COMPETE' 
GAVIN, BENME 

CAR CLIPS POWER POLE; DRIVER INJURED 
GAY, ROBERT DR. 

EXPERTS CONVERGE ON HOSPITAL AFTER LEGIONNAIRES' OUTBREAK 
GAY, TONY LEE 

OFFICER, MAN SCUFFLE ON MIAMI BOULEVARD 

' W.LSON V SHERIFF TURNS IN CERTIFICATION TO INSTRUCT OFFICERS 
'"• E4Ry OR. : Tu i AR; RiFEV6 '^CEASED, 

GEPHARDT. HAROLD KFITH 

FORMER DEPUTY PLEAOS GUILTY TO PLOT 
GEPUHR, CARL (CHAPEL HILLI 

THE MEDIA IGNORED BURGLARY SENTENCING 
GEDUfS. JANE 

GEODES IS HENREDON FAVORITE 

r ' EFR '0BITUARY* TL4NTA ' "*' '"CEASED! 

GEERCKEN, MARK C. 
EAGLE SCOUT 

GEHRMAN, MELISSA 

NFWCOMERS CAN RECEIVE SUPPORT 

r ' EHWE OBIT(JARY Rr ' A " ET C0LVIN (DECEASE) 

geiger, Calhoun o. 

a courageous stand 

"'"oSiVMSt 5HEETS '^CEASED. 

GELBFRT. DANIEL H. 

AN APOLOGY IS DUE 
GELDEKSMA, JOHN 

WOOD SCULPTURES AND TIN OBJECTS ON VIEW AT w, NSTON- SAL= « GALLERY 
OELLFR. HENRY 

^^^^^C^ s -E- ! N |ri DI. o AND r C,T,,ENSHIP NcM 
GELLERT, VANCE 

•CARLVISION' PHOTOS NOT YOUR USUAL BABY SHOTS 
GELUSI, SALVATORF T. 

KATE SMITH'S WILL BEING CONTESTED BY HER CHAUFFEUR 
GEMMING, MARIANNF 

BUDGET CUTS COULD ABOLISH SCHOOLS' ANTI-DRUG PROGRAM 
GENTRY, AOOLPHIIS COZARI 

N»N SENTENCED FOR SLAYING, ASSAULT 
GENTRY, ALFRFD 

SUPERCOLLIDER VIEWED AS SUPER EXCITEMENT 
GENTRY, ENOCH 

M"N SENTENCFD FOR SLAYING, ASSAULT 
GENTRY, GEORGE DR. 

SOME DOCTORS STOP DELIVERING jum 

HIGHER INSURANCE RA^I "oSI vl SoCIols TO 'SAFETY- 



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GENTRY. HARRY E. 

TWO AREA MEN NA-ED TO ADVISORY COUNCIL 

GENTRY. JERRY 

3 HFRA1.C STAFFERS WIN P=ESS AWARDS 

INCORRUPTIBILITY CHARACTERISTIC OF SIKHS 

HE SIGNED WHEN IT COUNTED — A OuOD REASON FOR LI°ATION 

AIRLINE TAKEOVER A PERSONAL HATTER 

ONE DOESN'T TURN DOWN AN INVITATION TO LUNCH IT THE WHITE HOUSE 

A SPLENDID SPRING SUNDAY'S HEROINE IS E"ILV DICKINSON 

PLAYERS GROUP PULLS IT OFF 

JORDAN HIGH'S "SUGAR" UP TO STARTLING STANDARDS 

MOTHER'S DAY: FDA SOME. A TIME OF LONELINESS 

SAMARITANS AND A S w 1 r i G SET 

IS MEMORIAL DAY YANKEE HOLIDAY? 

HERE, KOBERT REDFORO. AN "ODE" TO FOOT FkEEDOM 

hy MOTHER'S DAY COLUMN "ADE HIS READER ANGRY 

EUDDING JOURNALISTS DESERVE PAT ON PACK 

SURFLY THERE'S A HCME FOR A CASTJFF STAIRCASE 

RECYCLING 'URBAN ORE' 

LANDLUBPEP RETURNS TO OLD HABITS 

TOWN DU V PS CAN PE PEACHEt PLACES 

SFNATF CANDIDA TFS' WIVES: DURHAM CAN PROUDLY CLAIM BOTH 

AN OFFEP TOO GOOD TO REFUSE 

WE HELP YOU TELL YO'IR STORY 

SEPTE"BER INSIGHT 

THE INSULT: A HARK DF THEIR ADHIRATION 

LET'S REVIVE THIS SINGULAR GROUP 

SOME INFECTIOUS FRIENDS 

YES. COWS JUMP n UT DF TREES 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK: THE JEWEL THAT MULTIPLIES 

PLANT FLOWERS F"R THE FES T IVAL 

THIS ADULT CLASS FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE AFIRE FnR LEARNING 

CITY NEEDS TOWERING WELCOME 

HERE'S COST OF A TOWERING WELCOME 

TOWER PROJECT NEEDS SOME PUBLIC PRODDING 

PANEL VOTES FOR TOWER PAINT JOB 

GENTRY, MELLON 

■"MAN SHOT, KIDNAPPED 

OFFICERS CHARGE MAN IN SHOOTING, ABDUCTION 

GENTRY. THEOPESSIS 

MAN SENTENCEO FOR SLAYING, ASSAULT 

GEORGE, BOY 

BOY GEORGE DESERVED JAIL 

GE n RGE, FRANK (MEDITRANSI 

ODCTORS. HEALTH INSURERS WARY OF • SURGERY -IN-FuRO°E ' CLA|ms 

GEORGE, JOAN 

L'CHAIM! FIRST-GRADERS SA»PLE LATKtS ANO HANNUKAH 

GEORGE, JOHNETTA HOLLOWAY I DECEASED I 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

GEORGE, KI-.& VI 

•GOOD' ACT BACKFIRES 

GEORGE. MICHAEL 

BANK TELLER'S TIP BRINGS 2 ARRESTS 

GEORGE. PA"ELA OR. INCCUI 

3ETTY GANG WILL BE missEO 

GEORGE, PAUL 

TAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL »0A0, 



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TEACHERS HEAR FROM EXPERT AT COUNTY SESSION 



GEORGE. PHFTT JR. 

CITIZENS SHOULD INSPECT SHEARO,< HARRIS 

GEORGE. W. CRAIG IRALEIGHI 
FLAGRANT DISTORTION 

GEORGE - BOwDEN, REGINA 

PROGRAM SHOWS STUDENTS THE WORKING WORLD 

GE°BER. LINDA H. 

GERPER GETS POST AT DUKE RELATIONS 
DUKE DIRECTOR NAMED 

GEREFFI, GARY 

SOCIOLOGIST: DRUG PROGRAMS FAILING IN THE THIRD WORLD 
OEvELOPlNG NATIONS' ECONOMIC pkO&PESS TO BE DISCUSSED. . .at Duke 

GrRGFN, DAVID 

MAGAZINE PROMOTES GERGEN 

GEPKC, CALVIN 1MECKLENBURGI 

VALEUICTORIAN SELECTION CREATES DISPUTE 

GE°LER. Edwin R. DR. 

RESEARCHERS WORK TO OEVELOP DRUG program 

geplitz. ken 

growth threatens water 

C0NCUF0E IS TOO noisy 

GERM I NO. HUGO 

TOURNAMENT DRAwS DIEHARD BRIDGE BUFFS 

DURHAM OPEN PLAYED A ROLE IN BEGINNING OF PGA'S RISE 

GERMINO. JULIA BACCI (DECEASED! 

MRS. JJLIA GERMINO SUCCUM3S AT AGE 101 
MRS. GERMINO, NATIVE OF ITALY. AT AGE 101 

'■r : < C R. HOPE 

E'PERTS CONVERGE ON HOSPITAL AFTER LEGIONNAIRES' OUTBREAK 

GEROW, JIK'S A. 

CITY COUNCIL VACANCY FILLED IN BURLINGTON 

GERRINGEs. CARRIE LEE (BYNUMI 10ECEASEDI 
0B[ TUARY 

GERRINGER. GARY iwHITSETTI 

WHITSETT MAN WHO NEEDS TRANSPLANT RAISES 150.000 BUT SHORT PY 140,000 

GETTY, GORDON P. 

DUKE PRIMATE CENTER GETS 5100,000 GIFT F«OM GETTY 
PRIMATE CENTE" GETS 1100,000 

GETTY, Z=L"A l"e a ANEI 



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SANFORU CAMPAIGN 4 MUOEl 
SANFORD KEEPS HIS WORO 

GEWEKE, JOHN 

5 NAMFD 0ISTINGU1SHF0 PR0FfcSS3RS 

GEYEO, J4HES W. 

COMPANY GETS PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION 

"isSfl^TO?^? ^rE^I M ^0Y^r ^ §K„g?s E "'"'^t ,N 

GEYER, JUDITH (BAHAMA) 

MOTHERS OF THE YE4R 
40OPTI0N UPDATE IN N 



OHAFFAR, ARDUL 

ABDUL GH4FF4R HIS M4DE 



4GENCY 4D0PTI0NS GET MORE DIFFICULT IN 
NAME FOR HIMSELF 



GHI4. J4U4H4R M. OR. 

NEW METHODS TO RELIEVE P4IN 
GHIRARDELLI, ROBERT G. 

s?Hnnf N RS«^^ uk^l H0 ' <s 4 N««ROw mind 

IftouL ?8iS8 L^VIt^VAVl^s^ ""-""""NED 
SCHOOL SALES-TAX LAW SHOULD B* ABOL I SHED 

SCHOOL BOARD TO PRESS FOR SALE S TAX OFF L 
DURHAM SCHOOL BONDS SPARK CONTROVERSY 
GHIBAPOFLLI LF4DS CITY SCHOOL BOARD 
FORUM ON COUNTY BONO OFFERED TONIGHT 

S»""^?^a^ 5 B F^N S D F ?T,f ™ 5 

B^oYw" L^ Zlkk clt? SCHOD Tl TL S 4S °° 0D " ^ 

SCHOOL BOARDS' LEADERS PRAISE BONOS SUPPORT 
THANKS, DURHAM, FOR BACKING BONDS SUPP0RT 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD OFFICIALS RE-ELECTED 

GH, lPfePlo^ 

GIACOMETTI, ALBERTO 

GIACOMETTI'S WORKS WILL BE AT MINT 

GIBBS, ALBERT {RED SPRINGSI (DECEASED] 

GROCERY STORE OWNER NEAR f ED SPRINGS SHOT TO DEATH 

GIBBS, DEBORAH (CHAPEL HILL] 

WOMAN LOSES TAX-FINF APPEAL 

JS9„? 0MEN FINED FORPROTESTS 3 N TAX FORMS 
CHAPEL HILL WOMAN'S TAX PROTEST RFIFrrtn 
COURT REJECTS APPEAL OF Two 14 X PROTESTERS 

GIBBS, FR4NK 

CORRECTION 

GIBBS, M4RY 4NN (R4LEIGHI 

MAN STOPPED FOR SPEEOING WANTED FOR RALEIGH MURDER 
GIPSON, OWIGHT (WEAVER ST.] 

Mf.N^ARGED WITH BREAK-IN, THEFT 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTEO FOR BREAKING, ENTERING 
GIBSON, DWIGHT ANTHONY 

3 ARRESTEO, JAILED IN STREET RUBBERY 

"""oIlfuAR? ° nS ,0ECE4 «°' 

GIPSON, HARRIE T 

TOBACCO AND ENTERTAINMENT 
GIBSON, HUSEA JEROME 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAIll T 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN K IONA PP I NC r 4 (r 

S2rCHA R GED H,¥H { H i?°IL'| I igy5 T 1^0ER CH4RGES 

5IBS °OBITUARY FVERFTT 'DECEASED. 



WALKFR (OECEASEDI 



GIBSON, LOUISE B. 
OBITUARY 
MAN CHARGEO WITH MAY BEATING OEATH 

15 1m"Sous?^c^ch^I^d T 2,lming?2n?s 5 n^w E b u ?! 

GIBSON, ROBERT w. PR. 

OUKE JOINS NATIONAL AGING FOUNDATION 

' 'lHilr?HSlR L N0 gBi?X! 1 .E R ¥o' S 5clES^ R PEDPLE 



IN .JHEELCHAIRS 



GIBSON, SADIE 
OBI TUARY 



(OECEASEDI 



GIDU7, B C TSY H4LLECK 

HOUSE PETS PKOVIOE REHABILITATIVE THER4PY 
GIDUZ, ROLAND MR. AND MRS. (CH4PF1 HIM I 

G.0U2 VOLUME OFFER s'SolKfEfi SeaMng FOR CH4PEL H,LL NATIVFS 
GIERISCH, KENNETH 4LLEN 

POLICE OFFICER AND MOTORIST CHARGED 
GIFFPRD, FRANK 

THIS STOCK'S PREFERRED 

GIFFC, , R ,E; M ^? H6 ° 'DECEASEDI 
UNC GETS 8E0UEST 

GILBERT, BEVERLY 

KRYNSKI'S REFRESHING 

GILBERT, G0RM4N OR. (UNCI 

UNC PROF GETS N.Y. TAXI POST 

TRIANGLE'S »OADS LEAD TO TROUBLE, 
GILBERT, RONNIE 















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H 2 2/23/86 C 11 N H41 

H 2 9/02/86 A 11 D N C6D 

H 2 1/07/86 A 4 L 

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H 2 10/27/86 A 1 M J4n 

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H 2 10/30/86 B 1 N 454 

S 2 10/30/R6 C I N "06 

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H 2 9/08/86 CI N M 51 

H 2 2/17/86 A 12 N 
S 2 2/18/86 A 10 N 

H 2 9/07/86 C 9 N 

H 2 12/22/86 B « 

H 2 9/28/86 C 1 U L57 

H 2 5/26/86 A 6 N 

S 2 5/26/R6 A 10 N 

H 2 9/23/86 A 7 N 

S 2 10/09/86 A 16 N 

H 2 8/12/86 ABO 



H 2 5/30/86 C 6 
S 2 10/09/R6 A 16 



H 2 3/14/86 C 
H 2 4/15/86 



S 2 1/28/86 A 2 N 

H 2 10/16/R6 D 4 N '«n 

S 2 10/16/86 A 6 P F *27 

H 2 5/01/86 B 7 

S 7 5/02/86 B 1 P N S27 

H 7 2/09/86 I) 3 T R H45 

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H 2 9/24/86 D 1 IJ D71 

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PAGE 142 
1/Q9/97 



TWO POLITICAL SINGERS PERFORM AT OUKE 
NEAR-GILBERT SHOW IS MORE LIKE PAP TY 

GIL SO, JAY 

ANOTHER RAINY FRIDAY? 

GILOFMEISTER. FRIT? 

GILOEMEISTER NAMED H0LL"W ROCK PRO 

GILES, LOUIS 

POLICE IDENTIFY STABBING VICTIM 

GILES. MARTHA E. 

SOCIAL SEPVICFS BEARS BURDEN OF SILENCE 

GILL. CHIP IF00T8ALL1 

SPARTANS TRY NEW ATTITUDE IN * 66 

SOUTHERN SE^KS TO UNSEAT E. HAKE AT TOP OF TRIANGLE 

ANOTHER RAINY FRIDAY? 

TALENTED FOURSOME HAS FALCONS OFF TO 10-0 TENNIS START 

SOUTHERN'S PARKER TDPS CITY-C3UNTY LIST 

GILL. ELLIOTT AUSTIN IGARRETT ROADI 

16-YEAR-OLD CHARGED IN SLAYING OF AC JUA INTANCF , 19 
MURDER DEFENDANT APPEARS IN COURT 
GRAND JURY INOICTS GILL FOR MJRDER 
MANSLAUGHTER PLEA NETS YOUTH 3 YEARS 
TEEN DRAWS 3 YEARS IN FATAL SCOOTING 

GILL. OSCAR (WAKE FORESTI 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN FRANKLIN B~EAK-INS 

GILL. RICHARr JR. (HENDERSON! 

T=ENS CHARG C D AFTER BREAK-IN PR03F 
TEENS ESCAPE FHOM VANCE COUNTY JAIL 
VANCE TEEN FACES CHARGES IN VA . 
VANCE OFFICERS CAPTURE ESCAPEE 

GILL. RICHARC SR. IHENrERSONI 

20 VANCE TEEN-AGERS SICK; ILLEGAL LIOUOR SUSPFCTEO 
HOSPITAL RELEASES TEENS who d-ank ILLEGAL LIOUOR 

GILLFSKIE. ALEI 

CITY. CHURCH AGREE ON BASKETBALL COURT 

CORPS LEANING AGAINST DURHAM PARK AT LAKE 

2 POOLS IN BOND PACKAGE 

CITY ENFORCES BAN ON POSTERS 

PANEL TO DISCUSS PUILOING SWIMMING POOLS 

CITY SPRUCING UP FOR OLYMRIC EEST 

RECREATION: ...HOW MUCH WILL BE ALLD-EO AT LITTLE RIVER PROJECT 

CITY TO CLEAR WAY FOR HIGH.AV. 3 PARKS 

GILLESKIE. G«RY LOUIS 

GILLESKIE RECOGNIZED FOR STUDIES 

GILLESPIE. PETER (GRAHAMI 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF TO FAC C WINNER JF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN N0VEM3E 
GOP NOMINATES TFAGUE. SMARPE IN ALAMANCE 

GILLESPIE. TIM 

MEMORIES: STATE'S LAST WIN 0Y= 

GILLIA". ART"UR A. 

CERTIFICATE 3F -ER I T 

GILLIAM, CHRIS OENNIS 

THREE ACCUSED CF SELLING MARIJUANA 

POLICE CONFISCATE POT, CHARGE 3 WITH SELLING 

GILLIAM, RICK (YOUNGSVILLEI 

POLICE ZEBRA UNIT MAKES 122 ARRESTS 



R UNC SPARKS LAUGHTER, WISTFULNESS 



BOARD OF TPUSTEES TOLD 



GILLIE. CALVIN 

DURHAM TECH SYSTEM GUARDS AGAINST FRAUD. 

GILLILAND. RCS5IE GIBSON (OECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

GILLIS. MALCCM 

ECONOMIST NOMINATED FOR DUKE JOB 

GILLIS. ROBERT E. 

LCM PLANT SOLO FOR S137 MILLION 

GILLIS. VERNCN lEROy 

ORIVE' BREAKS NFCK, CHARGEO 

GILLIS. WAVEPLY IDECFASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GILMFR, JA"ES f owa o (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GILMORE, T. R. 

POLICE ACTION JUSTIFIEO 

POLICE ASSOCIATION SUPPORTS ACTluNS OF OFFICERS IN SHOOTING 

GILMORE. TOM 

CI (WENS' COMMITTEE OPPOSES SHIFTING ELECTIONS 

AMENDMENT JPPCSEC 

SHOULO N.C. primary ELECTIONS BE "OVEO? 

SECOND GRANVILLF LEGISLATOR EYES LT. GOVERNOR BIO 

amenO m ENT 3 SUPPORTED 

GlL M URE PLANS BID FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

GILMORF, TREY 

SOUTHERN'S PARKER TOPS CITY-COUNTY LIST 



GILROY. BEVERLY DR. 
SCHOOL'S 'PETS' 



HELP TRAIN VETS 



GILSO, BARBARA A. 

GRANVILLE N'JRSING DIRECTOR APPOINTED 

".!»« N, FRANK IE DURHAM ICARRBOROI (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OPITUARY 

GINZHEVG. "AR OLD DR. 

AIOS CAUSES GRAPPLING WITH ETHICAL DUE S TI ONS--LA . Y= » 

GIOM|"LIMPS INTO STATE'S SEASON-OPENER 
GIST. JACJ'JELYN 



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3/29/96 

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11/27/86 



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1/16/86 
2/05/86 
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2/26/86 
3/25/66 
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12/01/86 
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N T85 

N T35 



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10/29/86 
6/05/86 
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7/30/96 
2/24/36 
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3/15/86 



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/ANNUAL INDEX fl 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



NAMES 



SAVE BRAZIL'S MONKEYS 



FINDING SHELTFR FOR HOMELESS MAS HER GOAL 
GLAAB, CHARLES 1GERT0N. N.C.I 

GERTON MAN TO GET LOST MAIL FROM WWII 

GLADOEN, CURTIS 

F?T2kJ V P4YS F ° D GLADOEN 
GLAODEN REPEATS 

GLAOOEN, WILLIE JAMES 

N.C. MARINE'S APPEAL "EJEClFn 
COURT REJECTS APPFaC tJbLIED 

GLAOIN, SUSAN 

SARATOGA WORKERS' FUND OEPIFTFn 

MISSION'S AIO MONEY FOR EX-WoIkERS GONE 
GLANDER, KFNNETH 

OUKE MAN'S TASK: 

GLASFR, RICHARO S. JR. IRALEIGHI 
NO EXCUSE FOR VlFTH' 

GLASGOW, BETTY 

CRISIS FOR INTERVENORS 

GLASS. BOBBIE 

ORGANIZED FOR INTOLERANCE 
GLASS, BRENT 

ORGANIZED FOR INTOLERANCE 
GLASS, JANET 

THEY NEVER HAD AN ARGUMENT 

GLASS, JOHN IN. WILKFSBOROI 

FOUND LETTER SPARKS SEARCH FOR HI NSTON- SALE M HUMAN 
GL END INN INC, TOM 

HAH RIVER ASSEMBLY TO OPPOSE ALAMANCE COUNTY LANOFIU PLAN 
GLENN, BRIDGETT (DECFASEOI 

orit5Iry S EVE wre " k,lls 0UR « M h ° m *n 

SFRVICE IS TOMORROW FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM 
GLENN, CLAI10E 

KING'S BIRTHDAY SPARKS MEMORIES FOR DURHAM WOMAN 
GLENN, HELEN 

HELEN GLENN: I SUPPORT RON STEPHENS. 



GLFNN, JEAN C. 

o^re\ M aro»uleT 4NGFRS c,rlZE * s < 



DISTRICT ATTORNEY (ADI 
FIRMS 



GLENN, JESSE JACKSON 
OBITUARY 



(DECEASED! 



""tiWh hfiiNG SM^ffiS &£g &isu 

GLFNN, KENNY (ARTISTI 

IT WAS THO-HAY 'CHANGING OF GUARD* 

GLFNN ORI J ?Sa M R A y ,DECE * SED ' 
GLENN, NORMAN 

HaS H C V Se .2r9 f STEALING MOTORBIKES 

SMhU [MSPxLV^ Hgjg C?T r ?ZE%^FfR B „i- 

GLENN, OTHPO J. 

JUDGE HALTS SUIT BY GOLOSBURO CITY COUNCILMAN 



DISTRICT ATTORNEY (ADI 



GLFNN, RALPH A. JR. 

nf LF ?., GLENN: ' SUPPORT RON STEPHENS. 

DA: INSANITY HARO TO PROVE 

SUIT DISMISSED IN IBM SHOOTING CASE 
GLENN, REBECCA (RAHA*AI 

AN AMERICAN WORKER: IT'S LIKE A UEATH IN THE FAMILY 
GLFNN, ROBERT B. JR. 

JUDGE HAS SERVED WELL 

GLFNN, RONALD WAYNE (RAYNOR ST. I 

E^N^ ! ' ER ^" 4 2'NDaw- T iM^H^?, s v?cT T rM? 4,,aGi ^ E "^ "»««. 

TWO MFN CHARGED WITH STEAL In^yI. "c^FROM MACHINES 
GLENN, TONYA 

HILLSIDE OUTRUNS NORTHERN 
GLIARMIS, LEE 

TAR HEELS HAIT TJ GFT STING OUT 

HFELT^OMlBACK D SNA-R E ?y L £" 5 '? "?«f 'HE BIG ONE 

GLIARMIS' JOKES KEEP Tar"he 3 ELS 'LOOSE ^'REWORKS 

GLICK, REBECCA R. 

IDENTIFYING THE EXECUTIVE WOMAN 
GLOVER, ALICE 

MRS. FLKINS JOINS SANFORD STAFF 

GLDVE 0BI?Ky M4E CREEL '^CEASED! 
GL0V -r J B!Tu'A'RV E '° E ««E0, 

'"^OUR^A^Lf^^^SC^rB^ DRIVERS 

BiaBr&.^hW'W'K?! 811 — es » — «« 

rn2ni.rI» F J2 RECALLED BUS-STEER ING PART 
COMPUTER TO CHART SCHOOL BUS 'OUTES 

GLOVER, JAMES 
OBI TUARY 

GLOV c R, JAMES R, 



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H 2 12/20/86 C 1 
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H 2 11/11/86 B A P N T80 

H 2 12/18/86 A A L 

H 2 11/18/86 A 4 L 

H 2 7/22/86 A A l 

H 2 7/22/86 A A L 

H 2 8/10/86 E A P F H45 

H 2 3/03/86 A 10 N 

H 2 8/28/86 A 17 N 



H 2 12/26/86 B 1 
H 2 12/26/86 C 5 
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H ? 1/10/86 B 7 P N HA' 

H 2 A/06/R6 A 7 P A 

S 2 10/28/86 A 2 N H70 

H 2 11/02/86 D 1 l 

H 2 10/16/86 B 2 

S 2 7/22/86 A 5 N 

H 2 7/23/86 D 4 P N 

H 2 2/25/86 A 6 P U H45 

H 2 3/14/86 C 7 

H 2 4/24/86 A IP N 

S 2 4/24/86 C 1 N 169 

H 2 10/23/86 C 15 N 

S 2 10/23/86 A 12 N 

S 2 10/28/86 A 2 N H70 

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H 2 4/06/P6 A 7 P A 

S 2 8/22/86 A 1 N T85 

H 2 10/05/86 C 4 P N 



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BUSINESS S 2 1/29/86 C I 
H 2 2/34/86 B 3 
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H 2 4/28/86 C 2 

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N N U A L INDEX 

l/?l/86 - 12/31/86 



PERUVIAN, EX-SOCCFR PLAYER LOSES RESIDENT ALIEN BID 

OLIVER, "ARGARET WILSON (HENDERSON) IDECEASEOI 
MRS. CLOVER, RETIRE 1 ) VANCE TE»CHJR 

GLOVER, RUTH CAROEN (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

GLOVIEP, C«RV LEE (HOLLY SPRINGS) 

SIX HELP BRIEFLY AT GUNPOINT IN STORE 

GHINSKI, HUE 1BASKETBALLI 

EX-BLUE DEVIL RETURNS FAVOR. ..WITH INTEREST 
HIKE GHINSKI STANOIN& TALL 

GUAD, T IH 

HUNGRY FOP A WINNER 

FANFARE: ACC PLAYERS HONORED 

GOPA, RONGANJALO RFv. OR. 

SOUTH AFRICAN THEOLOGIAN: THE' E CAN BE NO CHEAP RECONCILIATION 

GOPLE. ROGER DAVID IGASTONIAI (DECEASED) 

FORMER GASTONIA POLICEMAN SENTENCEO FOR SLAYING 

GODFREY, D?NALD R. (FRANKLINTON) 

OFFICIAL FACES ASSAULT CHARGE IN FRANKLINTON 

GODFREY, LINDA (FRANKLINTON) 

OFFICIAL FACES ASSAULT CHARGE IN FRANKLINTON 
FRANKLINTON BOARD MEMBER RESIGNS 

GOOSCHALK, OAVID (CHAPEL HILL) 

BALKING COUNCIL OXS HIXEO-USE ZOJES 
JOINT WATERSHED ISSUES STILL UNRESOLVED 
TALKS LEAVE ISSUES IN DISPUTE 

GODWIN, AUBRFY 

N.C. OwFS OTHER STATES FOR CLEAN ENVIRONMENT 

GOOwIN, BELINDA SUGGS (CLARENDON) (DECEASED) 

COLUMRUS COUNTY WOMAN DIES IN CAR-TRAIN CRASH 

GODWIN, C0R8ETT 

"THOSE HOSPITAL ROO"S GF T SMALLER AND SMALLER" 

GODWIN, JIMMY IHFLICOPTER ACCIOENTI 

HELICOPTER CRASHES: FATHER, SON INJURED 

GODWIN, MIKE 

HOW MUCH IS THAT WULF IN THE WINDOW 

GODWIN, PHILIP P. 

MARTIN NAMES DEMOCRAT TO TRANSPORTATION BOARD 
GODWIN'S APPOINTMENT IRES REPJBLICANS 

GODWIN, RAYMOND (HELICOPTER ACCIOE-'T) 

HELICOPTER CRASHES; FATHER, S3N INJURED 

GOFBEL, JOHN A. 

DURHAM TEACHER GETS NATIONAL awARD 

TWO TEACHERS TO GET PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS 

TEACHERS GET PRESIDENTIAL AWA50S 

GJEHRING. JOE 

COMMUNITY HAS BEEN CLEANSED 

GOFTZ, BERNARD HUGD IN. Y.I 

t"E CRIME AND THE SYSTEM 

GOFF. PAMESTA P. (ROCKY MT.I 

N.C. MAN CHARGED IN CHILD SNATCHING 

GOFFIGAN, ELIZABETH COLEMAN (DECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GOFORTH, J. p. 

GOFORTH OFFERS DEAL FOR LIBRARY LAND 

LIBRARY CUANOARV: TOWN »AY LOlK GIFT HORSE IN MOUTH' 

CHAPEL HILL dUILOER MUST STOP WORK 

DEVELOPER OF FRANKLIN HILLS G=TS REn LIGHT FROM TOwN 

GOFORTH, PAUL 9. 

COUNTY'S GROWTH PRODUCES 13.6 MILLION MORE IN TAXES 

COINS. CONNIE 

CONNIE COIN* EARNEO PRAISE 

GOINS. HERB (FOOTBALL COACH) 

NORTHERN'S FIRST TITLE CAME 1? YEARS AGO 

GOINS. JAMFS SGT. IELLERBEI 

N.C. 'ULDIER RECEIVES PURPLE -<EART 

NIGHT CLU» 80"B CLAIMS NO'TH CAROLINA SOLDIER 

LAST VICTIM O c BERLIN DISCO B1M? STARTS FIML JOURNEY ID N.C. HOME 

FUNERAL SEI FOR BERLIN BOMB VICTIM 

FUNFRAL FOR TAR HEEL VICTIM OF BERLIN BOMB SET SATURDAY 

VICTIM CF W C ST BERLIN BOMBING BURIED IN ELLER3E AS WIFE SOBS 

GOINS, RONNIF DALE 

JUSTICE REINS; RIDEP NOT SAOOLEO WITH DRUNK CHARGE 

GOINS. RUBY LOUISE LAGLE (DECEASED) 
OB | TUARY 

GOLD. BARRY 

ASSIMILATING TRAGEDIES 

GOLDBERG, ARIHUR 

FORMJO AMBASSADOR TO U.N. S«Y< LIBYA 'ASKED FOR WHAT HAPPF.NEO' 

GOLD>>ERG. PETE L. 

COVERAGE IS CPM-ENDED 

GOLDEN, TANYA (RKLFIGH) (JECEASEDI 

RALEIGH MAN SHOOTS GIRL, KILLS SELF 

GOLDFNFR. J. LEONARD OR. 

duke M E niCAL alumni &ivf awards 

GOLDFARB. DOROTHY (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

SR0"IE PREDICTS OISMISSAL OF SUIT AGAINST HIM 

EX-DUKE NURSES: LFFICIALS SAID OBEY MEDICINE ORDERS 

REPORT: NURSES COMPLAINED ABOUT DRESSIER 

DL'KE MUM ON BRESSLER SUITS AFTER 35-MINUTE = OARD MEFTING 

GOlD"AN, L^PEL 











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H 1 


9/27/86 
10/22/86 


C 

C 


7 
I 


N 
N 




H 3 
H 3 
H 3 


10/28/96 
11/26/86 
12/12/86 


C 

c 

B 


3 
1 

1 


•1 881 

N K6* 
N B81 




H 2 


9/19/86 


A 


2 


J "46 




H 2 


6/06/e6 


A 


14 


N 




H 2 


7/22/86 


A 


7 


P F C60 




H 2 


2/06/86 


B 




N 




H 2 


9/07/86 


c 




T U H4° 




H 2 
S 2 


12/20/96 
12/20/86 


A 

c 




N 
N 




H 2 


2/06/86 


B 




N 




S 2 
H 2 
H 2 


9/08/86 
9/l'/»S 
9/30/96 


A 
C 
C 


6 
3 


° N ^84 
N 
N 




S 2 


7/02/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


7/11/86 


A 


4 


F 




M 2 


6/30/86 


A 


8 


N 




H 2 


6/22/86 


C 


5 







H 3 
H 3 
S 2 
H 3 


6/28/86 

9/01/86 
d/Ol/86 
8/02/Bo 


B 
B 
A 
C 


1 
1 
1 
1 


n B t 

N 891 
N BS1 
N 




S 2 


6/28/86 


A 


1 


N m 6 




h 2 


4/14/Bfc 


A 


4 


L 




H ? 


5/18/86 


B 


8 


p tl r«,9 




H 2 

H ? 

H 2 

h 2 

H ' 
H ? 


5/01/86 
6/08/86 
6/09/86 
6/10/96 
6/ll/"6 
6/15/86 


A 
A 
B 
C 
C 

c 


19 
1 

6 
4 

6 
2 


N 
U 

P N 
N 


p N 




H 2 


10/17/86 


A 


17 


N 




H 2 


11/07/86 


c 


10 







H 2 


2/04/86 


A 


4 


L 




h 2 


3/27/86 


A 


19 


N 




H 2 


6/24/86 


A 


4 


L 




H ? 


9/05/86 


B 


4 


N 




S 2 


12/17/96 


A 


17 


N 




h 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 7 


9/07/86 
9/24/86 
9/25/«6 
9/27/B6 


A 

c 

A 

c 


1 

1 

16 

1 


P N C60 
N 
N 

N P3° 





MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX IV N A M F <l 

1/01/B6 - 12/31/86 NAMES p 4r , E , ft5 



1/01/R7 



III 

" DATE C HG L P RYL 

5 2 a/2fl/R6 o p m 



2 4/09/R6 C 2 P N 
2 9/29/86 A A L 



H 1 6/25/a 6 B 5 N 

2 1/15/86 B 1 4 N S8? 



LEE SMIH KICKS OFF FREE SERIES AT DUKE UNIVERSITY 
GOLDNER, J. LEONARD DR. 

fH¥iiiW8?Hfw3 p Si£ig" G0ES ' SUf, «^Y. at duke 

GOLOSHLAT., MARNI 

^:zzzr in N0RrH c4oolini: the jovs 4N ° tr,4ls ° f ioopr,oN s * — - - « - 

MAN CHARGED IN THFFT FROM STORE 

5"^ C L 4RRFST6D 1N FURNITURE THEFT 5 ? 6/21/B6 A 5 f) 

2 CHARGEO WITH KIMBRELL'S BREAK-IN H 2 6/22/86 C 3 N 

OOLDSTON. JOF 

COURT FLUNKS MAN WHO SHOWED UP TIPSY AT SCHOOL FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS 
GOLDSTON.^POSENA JORDAN IDECEASEOI 

GOLOWATER. BARRY " ' 1/31 " J( ' 4 '" " 

MORF ISN'T RETTER 

Gat - EY 5 c ^!iibft P0 . C06 DR - 'GRAHAM, (DFCEASEDI " U/14/n6 « * C 

RETIRFD ALAMANCE PHYSICIAN. C. VIC* 5 LEADER WILLARD C. GOLEY „ 2 ,,„,... , - „ 

GQNUS. STEVEN L. DR. 6/02/86 A P 

HOME BUILDER DID FINE 
GONSALVES, PAUL " ? »'*»>**> * * L 

REPUTATION RESTORED FOR SAXMAN PAUL GONSALVES u , ,.,,„ 

GONZALES. RAOUL * 7/11/86 10 R S66 

THE SANCTUARY MOVEMENT A FORCE FOR LIFE 
GOOCH, HENRY JUNIOR "BUTCH" 

DURHAM PULICE-SBI ORUG STING NETS 35 

GOOCH, JAMES (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 



2 4/03/86 



L 



S 2 7/09/86 A 1 N 185 

.,.,.,..,...,, H 2 ,0/18/86 C A 

OURHA" POLICE-SRI DRUG STING NETS 35 

OUPLEX DRUG RAID ON GLENOALE AVE. NETS THREF ARPESTS S ? 7/0<,/e *> * 1 N TB5 

GOnCH 5 B ?}t2g?D COOLEY .DECEASED, " ^'^'^ C ' " 

GOOCH. 0. 0. .DEPUTY, " ' ^'"'^ C ? ° 

ARRESTED, JAILED MAN THEN CHARGEO WITH POINTING GUN u , ,„,,„ r , 

GOOCH. V ELM. (CREEOMOURI 1/22/86 C 3 N 

GAS PRICE WAR CAUSING LINES IN CREEDMOOR u , ,, 

GOOCH. WAYNE ,GFC CORP., ' ''^'^ " ' " N S8Q 
CREDIT--HOW TO GET YUURS 

GOODALL. JANE DR. " ' 10/01/fl6 B I C M III 
CHIMP EXPERT AT N.C. ZOO 

rAnn.PP 00 ? 1 - 1 ; T0 S0E4,( H ? 5/20/86 C 5 N 

l2?E*h L ocf?J!)f S Ci " GIVf HUMANS CHILD-REARING TIPS I I 5/22/86 2 P N 

'S S SS- ? ""'- nVbVmuT^ * f5 » C — "»•'"« 1^ i I S S p!p 

SgSMrggH&.ig'SfSofiSI. "SKefiSsK^ai! behavior M ? P » S " 

GOOOE, BENJAMIN (SAVANNAH, GA.l (OFC'ASED, 5/30/86 A 6 P U 

N.C. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN FIERY PILEUP 

m MMmvmmvw\\ chapel hill " ? ,0/ " /B6 C '° " 

GOOOE. -BLACKS NOT ELECTED TO PRESIDE OVER STATUS UUO • I I 2/07/86 A 1? P N 

GOODES. MELVIN R. 2/07/86 B 1 P N M10 

GOOOES TU SPEAK AT OUKE TOMORRUW 

GOODING, MICHAEL (OXF R D I (DECEASE^) S ? ' l ° nZ/ " b C ' N 

GRANVILLE MAN KILLED IN MISHAP 

GUOOLING. RICHARD ALBERT OR. (DECEASED, " ? t/0B/ * b C ' N 

s^oR E ??L p 4^v I ?Efia R so gc5s!?K c i sIr NirvscHo( ' L 

GOODLOF. JOSEPH w. 

MUTUAL PLAZA WILL OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY 

GOOOMAN, ARDRY BFN«J[t ( DONBAR ST. I 

POLICE SEEK KIDNAPPER b ' - ' 

PmVrF "fNf'DNAPPED ON ROXROFO ROAD S 2 12/04/86 A I D N R85 

POLICE STILL SEEK MAN IN KIDNAPPING H ? 12/05/86 f. 4 N 

GOOOMAN, BLAIR S * l2/05 ^f> » 1 N 

ERWIN MILLS PLAQUE PRESERVED IN OVAL PARK 
GOOOMAN, FORREST 

THREE PFOPLF HURT IN THREE-CA> WRF C K 
GOODMAN, T jJARVEY (CHAPEL HILL, (DECEASED, 

^-^.-■^VICTOR^SANFORD, (DECEASED, " ' """^ ' ' 

GOODMAN, MAJOR M. " ? l/lV16 B » 1 

N.C. STATE PROFESSOR ELECTED T ACADEMY OF SCIENCES u , ,,,„,„„ A ,, , 

GOOUMAN, MARY (PITTSPURU. N.C.I 5/16/86 A 15 N 
£I TT |"SSS' S "AVOR MOVING OUT OF TOWN 

^ITTsSnpn 1 ? £ H 9SI N '■ UY0 " nf PITTSbSro H 3 9/06/86 C I N 

PITTSRORO-S MAYOR. A HAIRDRESSER. CLIPPING ALONG WITH POLITICAL JOB H .1^1! C ! - F ,65 

GOOOMAN. R. RLAIR (BURLINGTON DOMESTICS! U/08/86 C 1 F <6 5 
DURHAM HAS JOBS FOR STEVENS WORKERS 

GOODMAN, SUE E. OR. ? ? 4/17/86 a > ^ W82 
UNC PROFS GET GRANTS 



H 2 3/13/86 B J P 
S 2 3/13/R6 C 2 

S 2 A/02/R6 C 16 N 



U/16/P6 C I 
2/07/R6 A 11 



GOODMAN, WILL IAM CLARK 

GOODMAN FIRST TO GET SLANE SCHOLARSHIP 

G000R 0Ri't U ARY ,IE J0HN%W 'LAKELAND, FLA., (DECEASED, 
GUODSON, CAMILLE 



S 2 6/12/86 C 1 N 
S 2 2/28/86 C 1 N 
H 2 9/19/86 C 5 



MONTHLY/A 



I N E X 
12/31/96 



PACE 166 
1/09/97 



SAVINGS-BOND SALES SLIP 

GOOOSON, DARLENE (KANNAPOLISI 

THIN SISTERS. 34, ST CLOSE THEY'LL SHARE ONE'S PANCREAS 

GOOOSON, MARTHA OGBURN 

GARDEN CLUBS UNITE TO BEAUTIFY DURHAM 

GOOOSON. RANDOLPH IN. BRIGGS AVE. I 

TEENS HELD FOR ATTACK WITH KNIFE 

GOOOWILLER. GREGORY A. RFV. 
NEW MINISTER 

GOODWIN, ALLEN BRYANT IDECEASEDI 

VEHICLES COLLIDE; DURHAM MAN HIES 

GIVING AIO 

VA. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN FATAL DURHAM CRASH 

TRUCK DRIVER GETS SUSPENDED TERM IN FATAL ACCIDENT ON OUKE STREET 

GOODWIN, CLARENCE JAMES (DECEASED) 
OBI TUARY 

GOODWIN. CRAUFURO 

ECONOMIST NOMINATED FOR OUKE JOB 

GOODWIN, ROBIN 

OURHAM MAN KILLED WHEN HIT BY CAR 

GOODWIN, RORY 

•TRACEY'S MY KINO OF WOMAN' 

GOODWIN, WALTER IDECEASEDI 

l-CAR WRECK KILLS MAN, 74 

081 TUARY 

MANSLAUGHTER, PACING CHARGES FILED IN DEATH 

DURHAM GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO ON MUROER CHARGES 

GOPEN, GEORGE OR. I DUKE UNIVERSITY! 

ARMED WITH LAW DEGREE. ENGLISH TEACHER ATTACKS LEGALESE 

GORBACHEV, MIKHAIL S. 

OUKE PROF CALLS PLAN 'WILOLY UTOPIAN" 

CITY RESIDENTS DOUBT SOVIET SINCERITY 

STAR WARS IS KEY TQ ARMS REDUCTION 

PICTURE HlTHQUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS BY M. GORBACHEV (CARTOONI 

SOVIETS SADDENED, BUT... 

...WHAT'LL YOU GIVE US FOR JEAN-CLAUDE DUVALIER'... ICARTOONI 

I THINK I CAN SAY. WITHOUT FEAR OF CONTRADICTION... (C1PT0UNI 

WHAT DOES GORBACHEV WANT? 

DOES GORBACHEV WANT PEACE? 

JUNGLE LORD 

THE RUT OF DECEIT 

U.S.S.K NEW. OPEN GOVERNMENT! ICARTOONI 

...GORBACHEV REACTS TO WESTER-I ACCOUNTS UF CHERNOBYL DISASTER ICARTOONI 

THREE CHEERS FOR CAPITALISM ICARTOONI 

ARMS AGREEMENT UNLIKELY 

...ANO THEN W? WILL ARREST THEM. ICARTOONI 

JOURNALISTS SHOULDN'T BE DIPLOMATIC PAWNS 

OISCAPD ICARTOONI 

DANILOFF-ZAKHAROV SWAP WAS A SORRY PRECEDENT 

LINKAGE ICARTOONI 

ICELANDIC POLICEMAN. SOVIET KGb AGENTS STUDY OF OPPOSITES 

GORBACHEV BREAKS RULE. ARRIVING EARLY 

STAR WARS SINKS SUMMIT: 'HANG TOUGH' THE U.S. GAMF PLAN AT REYKJAVIK 

FAILURE IN ICELAND LEFT SEEDS OF SUCCESS 

REAGAN SHOWS RESOLVE IN REFUSING TO SELL OUT 

MCNAMARA: N-PLANS RISKY; REAGAN OK ON APMS 

"STAR WARS" ICARTOONI 

REAGAN, GORBACHEV STICK TO TH'IP GUNS 

THE SUMMIT ICARTOONI 

WHAT SHULT2 DIDN'T SAY TIPPED PRESS OF REYKJAVIK FAILIIRF 

PROFESSOR: GORBACHEV USING INTERNATIONAL MARKET TO JULT SOVIET FCONOMY 

SHAME FORCES FREEDOM 

GORDILLO. GUILLERMO 

CONVICTED PERUVIAN WANTS U.S. BARS LIFTED 

DECISION OELAYEO ON PERUVIAN'S OLD DRUG CONVICTIONS 

PERUVIAN, EX-SOCCER PLAYER LOSES RESIDENT ALIEN BID 

GORDON. AL C X 

2 NATIONAL GROUPS HONOR DUKE'S KALEIOOSCOPE PROGRAM 

NEW PROGRAM AT DUKE ALLOWS PARENT 10 HELP QUIET CHILD IN OPERATING ROOM 

DUKE MINIMIZING TRAUMA FOR CHILDREN 

GORDON. ARTHUR I I RR EG A° DL ES S CAFEI 
AN UNUSUAL CARROT CAKE 

GORDON. BUSIER C. (PILOT MOUNTAIN I 

FORMER INSURANCE AGENY SENTENCEO 

GOPOON. CHARLIE (ASSOC. OF GENERAL CONTRACTORS! 
N.C. CONTRACTING METHOD CRITICIZcD 

GORDON. CLYDE WALKER (BURLINGTON) (DECEASED! 
CLYDE GORDON, EX-EXFCUTIVE 

GORDON, EUGENE A. (JUDGE) 

WRINKLE IN SOCIAL SECURITY LAW MAKES JUDGE, 68. PAY TO WORK 

GORDON. J. WICK 

N.C. BANKER TO GO ON TRIAL 

GORDON. MABEL 

LLOYD FAMILY AT ODOS OvfR ESTATE HANDLING 

JUDGE DENIES REOUEST IN DISPUTE OVER LLOYD ESTATE 

GORDON. MARK 

FIRE CHIEF, TOWN PLANNER GIVE UP JOBS 

TOWN MISSING LAODER TO PROGRESS, FIREFIGHTING 

GORDON, NA»'CY 

CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RIGHT ABOUT PARKING RATES 
FUND LACK HALTING PRIVATE CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY 

GORDON, POCERT L. 

STATE INSPECTOR UPG C S AVOIOANCE OF CAPSULES 

GOPOON. WAYNE (MON»0F| 
MUROER SENTENCE 

GOPE, DANIEL L. IWHITEVILLE, N.C.I (DECEASED) 

WHITEVILLE MAN IS KILLED IN MO . TRUCK ACCIOFNT 

GORE. FONROE 

CLOTHES FOR ALL SFASONS SENSIBLE 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D DATE C PC I o tyl 

S 2 11/11/06 A 5 N we? 

H 2 12/07/86 C 8 N 

H ? 5/27/96 A 6 P U HAS 

S 2 1/14/86 A 3 N 

S 2 6/21/96 A 3 P P 



S 2 7/10/86 A 1 P N T85 

S 2 7/10/»6 C 1 P P T37 

H 2 7/11/86 A 14 

H 2 11/18/86 C 1 N S9? 



H 2 5/10/96 C 



H 2 4/17/86 B 
H 2 1 1/01/B6 L 
H 2 3/09/86 E 



2 7/12/86 C 

2 7/13/B6 C 

2 7/20/96 C 

2 9/23/B6 A 



1 N 

2 
6 N 



H2 4/14/86B 1 P G F50 



s 


2 


1/16/96 


A 


1 




N 


H03 


s 


2 


1/16/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 


2 


l/lT/96 


D 


4 




F 




H 


2 


1/22/86 


A 


4 


T 


t 


P56 


H 


2 


2/10/86 


A 


4 




C 




H 


2 


2/14/86 


A 


4 


T 


T 


"56 


H 


2 


2/26/86 


A 


4 


T 


T 


P56 


S 


2 


4/15/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 


2 


4/16/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 


2 


4/20/96 





4 




c 




H 


2 


5/36/96 


A 


4 




E 




H 


? 


5/36/86 


A 


4 


T 


T 


C50 


H 


2 


5/20/86 


A 


4 


T 


T 


C50 


H 


2 


7/28/86 


A 


4 


T 


T 


P56 


H 


2 


8/04/96 


A 


4 




F 




H 


2 


9/04/86 


A 


4 


T 


f 


"56 


S 


2 


9/09/96 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


10/01/96 


A 


4 


T 


f 


R56 


H 


2 


10/03/96 


A 


4 




C 




H 


2 


10/10/96 


A 


4 


T 


f 


R56 


H 


2 


10/1 1/86 


A 


1 




11 


H49 


H 


2 


10/12/86 


A 


I 


P 


u 


H49 


H 


2 


10/13/86 


A 


1 


P 





H49 


S 


2 


10/14/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


10/15/P6 


A 


4 




E 




s 


2 


10/16/86 


c 


1 


P 


N 


P85 


H 


2 


10/19/86 


A 


4 


T 


T 


C50 


H 


2 


10/19/86 


C 


I 




•I 


M49 


H 


2 


10/19/06 


D 


4 


T 


T 


956 


H 


2 


12/14/86 


C 


I 


P 


U 


H49 


H 


2 


12/27/86 


A 


6 




N 


000 


H 


2 


12/28/86 





4 




F 




H 


2 


12/09/86 


A 


1 




N 


S82 


H 


2 


12/12/96 


B 


3 




N 


SB? 


H 


2 


12/19/B6 


9 


1 




N 


S82 


s 


2 


4/24/86 


A 


5 




N 




H 


2 


7/25/96 


B 


5 




N 


080 



H 2 4/24/96 C 3 n F 

H 2 5/15/96 B 6 N 

S 2 1/29/96 C 10 J 

H 2 5/0 6 /86 C 2 n 

H 3 1/09/86 E 5 N 

5 2 11/10/86 A II N 



S 2 10/24/86 A 5 N W27 
H 2 10/25/86 A 5 N W27 



H 3 6/06/86 B 1 'I 

H 2 12/03/86 B 1 P N BIO 



H 2 0/11/86 4 4 
H 2 10/20/86 A 1 



F 

N S8? 



S 2 2/14/86 A 1 N 

H ? 6/19/96 A 1? N 

H 2 6/19/P6 8 ? N 

S 2 1/19/96 A 5 P F G59 



HON I H L Y / A N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX BY 

12/31/86 



PACE 167 
1/09/87 



COPEE, BILLYE SORBINS 

SSWI?l2 C 5fflfelN?S E ?»?Mg ttteKl SrUDENTS TH » N lST »« "ST YEAR 

COPNTO. PAUL (DECEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

GOPSM, PAUL (VIOLINIST! 

EXTRA EFFORT MAKES CONCERT SUCCESSFUL 
COR SKI, ROGER A. DR. 

UCLA ANATOMY CHIEF TO SPEAK AT UNC 

CORTriN, SLADF 

HERRINGTON CRITICIZED FOR DUMP REMARKS 

^^URITUARy " ILT0N '""-LSBOROUGHI (DECEASED) 

GOSS, ANNE (HILLSBOROUGHI 

SAFETY "F SCHOOL CHILDREN OVERLOOKED 
EARLY DISMISSALS, SLOW BUSES AIRED 

^"'OBITUARY 5 G ° AHA " SK * 'MORRISVILLEI I0ECEASE01 

GOSS. CHRISTINE FEPRELL IDECEASF.nl 

TEACHER AT SOUTHERN HIGH SCH03L DIES 

GOSS, FARLIE MAY IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GOSS. GREGORY EUGENE IGRASSY CREEKI 
DRUG PROBF NETS 19 

GOSS, JOHN 

DURHAM PAIR SKIING WAY TO NATIONALS 
GOSS, JOHN MILTON JR. (BUTNEPI \ 

1,39* MARIJUANA PLANTS SEWED 

MSS, SJVu*Rr E RDBERrS 'OXPOPOI (DECEASED) 

GO S S , TIM 

SPEEDBOAT DISINTEGRATES; 3 OURHAM-ARFA MFN HIIOT 

3 MEN SUFFER INJURIES IN KERR LAKE BOAT ^RECK 
GOSWICK, RONALD 

KfSWV«8lgK. ,, ?agg I g J llSS| I ?a , Sg.88E{r" 

'iPfFR^no^I^I^f'o^E^rGlf^UN^S^EO-Cs^^^FPACK 
GUTTSCHALK, CARL W. DR. 

SPEAKER BLASTS 'HALFWAY- MEDICAL PROCEDURES 
GOTWALS, HARRY D. 

OONATIONS SURGE TO BEAT TAX LAWS 

GOULD, BARNEY 

GROUP FLOATS CHAPEL HILL TRIP FOR NAVY MAN 
GOULO, DAVF 

CAVALIERS FACING 'MUST-WIN' GAMES 

G0ULD aBI?UARY H4Rql?0N ,CHAPEL H "-L> (OECEASEDI 
GOULD, LAWRENCE 

MATH SCHOOL ANNOUNC c S NEW FACULTY 

GOULD, LUCILLE 

CONSUMERS PAY TAB 

GOULD, MURRAY 

ACTION STARTED ON BONDS FOR CP C.L PLANT 
COULD, TOM 

SCHOOL PUSES GET CAUGHT IN BOTTLENECK 
GOVE, PAUL 

BLACKSMITH STILL WORKS WITH ANVIL ANU FOKGE 
COYER, JUDY 

N.C. NEW HO«E FOR 200 VIETNAM REFUGEES WHO HELPED SPECIAL FORCES 

r ' 0Z4 'RirFY^Z C A RlVu§Ns"w G ?TH°&E r R Af ' ^ r '«"» 
GRACE, EUGENE 

n,,?!i R 2 4 ^ DOCTORS DENIED REINSTATEMENT 

SVfT *ri y2f/ Q Sn?T^ ES CHARGE UF DRUG ABUSE 

DIET CLINIC DOCTOR DENIES ORUC ABUSE 

CRAOE, GARY ISALISRURYI 

m'II JH-, L f2' "OMAN HURT IN SHOOTINGS IN SALISBURY 

i«E8'iw?ka"sa,i!epKi? , v5Es5!iS !| -" wl!aSo "" G 

MS,SKI s c T IBi B "!l8l!g iSTSSsSSSiE^ig 11 ™ R 

GRADY, ALAN 

INFORMAL SURV C Y 

GRADY, ARTHUR L. 

CHANGES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS 3R I NG GROWTH AT NORTHROP 
GRADY, D. F. (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY 

GRADY, D. GARY 

SUPERCOLLIDER PROJECT WORTH THE COST 

rjR * 0Y 6RITUAR"lEs' UN '"- IN l0E «"EDI 

rjR10Y B ,Tu''ARY LYN "' '"CEASED, 

oSlTUARj EEN " 4r,E ° F4CES """OER CHARGES 

18-YEAR-OLD IS CHARGEO WITH MJRPER 



P D OATE C PC L P BYC 



H 2 9/03/86 B 1 P N J40 
S ? 9/03/86 C 1 N S84 



H 2 9/07/86 C 

S 2 12/09/86 A 

H 3 4/23/86 C 

S ? 10/0'/R6 C 

H 2 5/22/86 8 



H 2 10/15/86 A 4 
H 3 10/21/86 B 1 



E 

M UOO 



L 

N RIO 



H 2 4/1 1/86 C 9 

H 2 7/07/86 C 2 

H 2 2/12/86 A 10 

HI 1/16/86 B 1 N P8I 

H 2 7/27/86 B 10 P N R 13 

H I 6/19/86 B 1 N 

H 2 12/22/86 B 8 



H 2 5/25/86 C 1 
S 2 5/26/86 C 1 



N 



H 1 11/21/86 B I N H60 

H 1 12/02/86 C 1 N CO 

H 2 9/11/86 U 1 P N F49 

S 2 9/11/86 B 1 P U "18 



H 3 10/17/86 B I p N <65 

S 2 12/30/86 A 1 >i 

H ? 12/21/86 A 1 P N K65 

S 2 2/21/86 D 3 P M (18 

H 2 5/13/86 A 12 

H 2 9/04/86 B 6 N 

H 2 8/14/86 A 4 L 

H 1 4/15/86 C I N 

H 2 10/24/86 B I P N J4P 

S 2 1/31/86 8 1 P F C59 

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H 2 12/12/86 A 2 C 

H 2 12/17/86 B 2 

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H 2 6/11/86 C 6 

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grjdy, JOE 

KLAN TO USE LIE OETECTOR TESTS 
N.C. HAS HOST ACTIVE RACIST GROUPS 

GR»EBE. CHRIS 

THANKS TO VAL C NTINE 

GRAgBNER, NORMAN BROOKS OR. 

EPISCOPAL BISHOP WILL ORDAIN MINISTERIAL ASSISTANT AT ST. LUKE'S 

GRAEOON, JOE 

CHICKEN SOUP: IT'S KIO-TESTEO AND GR ANOMA-A PPROVEO. • . 
THE PEOPLE'S PHARMACY: 10 YEAfS LATER 

GRAET2, NICHOLAS I PHOTOG' APHF R I 

AT ART GUILD, NEW ICONS AND THE TRIANGLE SCENE 

GRAFF, HELOA 

LIBRARY PROGRAM HILL FEATURE LOCAL CELEBRITIES 

AFRICAN FOLKTALES 

A PLACE TO GO... LIBRARIANS L C ND BOOKS AND PATIENCE 

GRAHAM, A. H. JR. 

COMMISSIONERS HEAR MORE ON SCOTSWOOO 
SCOTSWOOO DEVELOPMENT LOSES VOTE 

GRAHAM, BILL IATTORNEYI 

OURHA" JUDGE NIXES JUVENILE RAPIST'S RELEASE 

GRAHAM, BILLY 

RELIGIOUS B'OAOCASTEKS CHEER FOR BILLY GRAHAM 

EVANGELIST SAYS CRUSADE TO FOCUS ON RACIAL EUUALITY 

DIFFERENCES MARK REACTION TO LIBYAN RAID 

G°AHAM PRAISES REAGAN AID 

CHARLOTTE EVANGELIST PLANS INTERNATIONAL YOUTH GROUP 

LEIGHTOM FORD LEAVES GRAHAM F° R NEW WORK 

BILLY GRAHAM HELPING 5,000 EVANGELISTS HONE THEIR PREACHING SKILLS 

BILLY GRAHAM GETS INVITATION TO VISIT CHINA 

AUTHOR, EVANGFLIST VANCE HAVNER DIES 

EVANGELIST WILL HOLD S .C . CRUSADE 

SECURITY TIGHT fqr GRAHAM IN FRANCE 

PARIS SECURITY TIGHT FOR GRAHAM 

EVANGELtSl TO BEGIN NORTH FLO' IDA CRUSADE 

GRAHAM STARTS EIGHT-LAY FLA. CRUSAOE 

GOVERNOR PRESENTS N.C. AWARD TO FIVE PEOPLE 

BILLY GRAHAM TELLS USC NATION NEEDS RELIGION 

GRAHAM, BOB (GOVERNOR OF FL0PIOAI 

WINNING DEMOCRATS FIT POPULAR MODERATE ROLE 

GRAHAM, DANNY 

MCDANIEL NARROWLY LEA1S QUALIFYING CHASE 
COMEBACK IS CATCHWORD AS MATCH PLAY STARTS 

GRAHAM, FRANK PORTER 

OIRTY CAMPAIGNS HURT POLITICS AND THE STATE 

POLITICS WERE HOT ANO SOMETIMES BLOODY 

GRAHAM HAS MAN OF MANY HATS 

AMERICAN LIBERALISM TOPIC OF JNC CONFERENCE 

AYCOCK SPEECH HIGHLIGHTS SUNDIY'S UNIVERSITY DAY CONVOCATION 

U.S. SHOULO LOOK INWARD — WICKER 

NOTED UNC LIBERAL GRAHAM WAS BORN 100 YEARS AGO 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS STILL NEEDED, OFFICIAL OF NAACP SAYS 

UNC CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY BY HONORINu FRANK GRAHAM 

UNC CELEBRATES 193RD YEAR 

GRAHAM HOPES BLOCK SUCCESSOR WILL HAVE CLOUT 

6,000 N.C. FARMERS DROWNING IN OEBI, HOUSE PANEL TOLD 

GRANVILLE DEMOCRATS TO HEAR G'AHAM 

LEGISLATORS TO STUDY AID FOR FARMERS 

FEDERAL JUDGE CLEARS WAY for n.C. PESTICIDE TRIAL 

LEAF RESEARCH STATION CELEBRATES 75TH YEAR 

N.C. AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER CALLS DROUGHT WORST HE'S SEEN 

JAPAN TOBACCO INC. TU BUY FLUE-CURE^ LEAF 

AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS CALLED MISDIRECTED 

GRAHAM: FAR- PROGRAMS MISDIRECTED 

CIGARETTE TAX OPPOSED 

GRAHAM URGES LENDERS TO AVOID FARM FORECLOSURES 

•GREAT SMOKEOUT' IS LOW-KEY EFFORT IN LEAF COUNTRY 

729.3 MILLION POUND TOBACCO OJOTA SOUGHT 

Gkaham, JOHN 

COMMISSIONERS HEAR MQRE ON SCOTSWOOO 
SCOTSWOOO DEVELOPMENT LOSES VOTE 

GRAHAM, JOHN BORDEN DR. 

STOP ROSE"ARY SOUARE PROJECT, 

GRAHAM, JOHN H. 

'BLACK FRIDAY: 



SU! T DEMANDS 



THREE MILF I SL ANO JFBME IS UNSETTL c 7 YFAPS AFTER 



GRAHAM, LEROV 

FANFARE: OUK E RECEIVES GIFT 

GRAHAM, maogARET 

TRIALS CF 'YANKEE SCHOOLTEACHER' 

GRAHAM, MARTHA 

GRAHAM TROUPE'S OLD IS GREAT, NEh DISAPPOINTING 

GRAHAM, RUTH BELL IMRS. BILLY} 

MRS. GRAHAM TO ATTEND N.C. SCHOOL REUNION 

GRAHAM, SANDI 

TEACHERS FIND NEWSPAPER USEFUL IN TEACHING VARIETY OF SL 

GRAINGER, ISAAC B. JR. 

GRANVILLE, VANCF LEGISLATOR": ARE FACING NO PPPJSITION 
ALAMANCE POLITICS FIT NO MULO 

CASWELL VOTERS GIVE DANIEL NOMINATION TO STATE SENATE 
EIGHT CANDIDATES VYING C 0R FOUR SFATS IN ALAMANCE 

GRAMLEY, DALE H. I W IN STON- S AL E " I (DECEASED! 

OALE GRAMLEY, EX-PRESIDENT OF SALEM COLLEGE. DIES AT 80 

GRANGER, CHARLES III 

Iwo OF THREE ESCAPEES RECAPTu'EO 

THIRO GRANVILLE PRISON 'SCAPE 11 IS ARRESTED 

GRANT, AUGUSTUS 0. OR. 

OUK' p R OF GETS FELLOWSHIP 

GRANT, CARY 

MAN'S MAN, WO M AN'S IDOL 



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(CARTOON! 



WA^§ u E i^f E ^;^s*c «^ig s MS?¥ N siSoJ^E CARyCRANTi 

GRANT, ELIZABETH 

NEW CARTOONS CRI TICUEO 

PRE-ELECTION COVERAGE PRAISEO 
GRANT, JOHN P. OR. 

Soke" pressor" h^a'dPm^dka^nu'tr Jffgi5 c Sgc?H? 1 n ° N 5GC,eTV 

NUTRITION KEY IN BEARING CANCER TREATMENT 
GRANT, MARSE 

»5 C B I^^N , ^N5y^E2N3TS FaIR • P0S,nVE 
FLAGRANT DISTORTION 

GRANT, SINETTA JENKINS 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING SON 

LOW BONO STIR 1 ; OEPUT I E S-MAGI ST R AT F Bin 

CASE OF IRATE MAGISTRATE CONTINUED 

GRANTHAM, JULIUS 

FOOTBALL FOCU^ 

GRANTHA" RUNNING MORE, TALKING LESS 

ffiiSS^is^K 81 ^"^ !.^^"™" rCAR - S0 F4R 

GAME PLANS? " S ° T 4PPESRS "0 R E SOLID 

r ' RlvE S> CLYDE OONNELL (GRAHAM! (DECEASED! 

GRAHAM MAN DIES AFTER EXPOSURE TO li-OEGREE COLD 

GRAVES, GLADYS (NCAEI 

NCAF PRESIDENT SAYS TEACHFR S-IURTAGF GROWS 

K C J| LEAOER SAYS TEACHERS HOPING FOR 10 PERCENT RAISE 

NCAE CHOOSES PRESIOENT AND PRE SI DENT- FL FT T RAISE 

FREE TEACHERS OF DRUDGERY, EDICATORS SAY 

SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS SAID REFLECTED IN EXAM 

GRAVES, JASON IPILOT ST. I (DECEASED! 
TEEN SHOT TO DEATH " ""' 

0«l\uAR? GEO ' N TEEN ' S DE4TH 
MAN INDICTED IN APRIL DEATH 

GRAVES, JIMMY 

DHS CAPTURES TITLE 
SHERRILL FACES PRESSUPE 

GRAVES. JOHN ALLAN 

A STATISTICAL BLUNDER 

THIS REAOER PIGS OUT IN SINNING 

GRAVFS. THOMAS JR. 

GRAVES TO HFAD BUSINESS GROUP 

GRAY, BETH 

TEACHER HAS A CLASS ACT 

GRAY, BOWMAN III (DECEASE! 

UNrT^STEE B P}o N L f D 5S El^^!nis^K E l'^R^Afr35? 5 TS R H°0 M U^ 
GRAY, CARL (kRITFRI 

AUTOblOGRAPHY OETAILS RICH AND EXCITING LIFE 
GRAY, CECIL (FOOTBALL PLAYER! 

TAR HEELS LAND BIG AND SMALL FROM VIRGINIA 

GRa ''' FPEOOIE (MOUNT AIRYI 
PLANE CRASH INJURES 3 

GR4V '0B?TUAR? EN "- y 'O^E'SED' 
OBI IUARY 

GRAY, HAYWOOD T. 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

ONLY 2 RACES DECIDED INCASWRL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 
GRAY, JESSC 

KING'S BIRTHDAY SPARKS M E MURir s FnR 0LmH4M HQM4N 

GRAY, LYONS 

intr'nl^, E U ?? E 5 T0 FACF OPPOSITION 

RUNOFFS' C S0UGH C T Q ,N R !§TH°BfsTl!c 4 f S U U ? ^uSf'SaVf 

CANDIDATE WON'T ASK FOR RECOUNT UUSF " ACE 

GRAY, MARVIN (JUDGE! 

VOTE MARVIN GRAY, INCUMBENT SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE (AD! 

GR ' Y '0B?TUARY GWELL '""-LSBOROUGHI (DECEASED! 

GRAY, ROBERT LEE (MEBANEI 

MFBANE MAN CHARGED WITH INDECENT EXPUSURE 
GRAY, ROLLY (REGGAE MUSKIANI 

KWANZAA BRINGS HERITAGE HOME 

r ' RAY, oSlTulRY GENE IAU ^TA, GA.) (DECEASED. 

GRAYER. JEFF (BASKETBALL PLAYER! 

IOWA STATE'S GRAYER GETS PACK'S ATTENTION 
ORAZIANO, BA0BAH5 

THIEF QUICKLY TAKES ITEMS LEFT IN ORIVEWAY 
GREELEY, HORACE 

HORACE GREELEY WEO IN WARRENTON 
GREEN, ALTON GARNE" (EFLANDI 

1nf; E c JL !^.i' ,C ' ICTS UUhHAM WOMAN 
JUDGE WON' 1 DPOP CHARGE 



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SUSPECT IK SHOOTING CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

GREEN, ANN 

FIVF 'HERALD' WRITERS WIN CLIP'S PRIZES 
DURHAM ?UN WRITERS WIN PRESS CLUB AWARDS 
AWARD WINNERS 

PREcMi BEATRICE ?. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

GRFEN. BOB°IE ITOBACCO WORKERS INT'L UN I ON I 

UNION LEADER: DECISIO'I HIT LKE TON JF 8RICKS 

A"E°ICAN, UNION DEFER TALKS 

333 DURHAM EMPLOYEES NEEDEO FDk AMERICAN PLANT IN R.EIDSVILLE 

GRFEN, BRAD IFOJ T BALL> 
GREEN MEANS GO 
S"UTHCRN'S PARKER TOPS CITY-CUNTY LIST 

'■k?;v, CICFRO ». 

GRE C N ON FDUCATION PANEL 

GREEN, CLAUDIA OIXON "Dlx" CDECEAS c O) 
0»lTUARY 

GREEN, DOUG 

GREEN'S FINISH INSPIRES GREAT EXPECTATIONS 

AFTER ALL IS SAID, MARYLAND IS THE ONLY ONE TO PICK IN THE ACC 

GREEN, FANNIE 

LOWE'S STUDENTS TRAVEL BACK IN TI»E 

GREEN, GLEN (OXFORD) 

CIVIL SERVANTS IGNORED 

GREE':, GWENDOLYN 

MAOD OOESN'T KNOW 

GREEN, HENRIETTA HOhLAND kOBINSON "HFTTy" 
SHE HAOE IT ON HER 0«'J 



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PERSON OEMOCRATS TO MEET SATLPDAY 
THE PALACE -AY BE THEATER AGAIN 

GREEN, JAKI SHELTQN 

CAROLINA WR=N PRESS TO CELEBRATE ON WEDNESDAY 

GREEN, JAMES P. 

BROYMILL STRUCK OUT 

GREEN, JAMES PRESTON JR. 

NGCU STUDENT CLAIMS EAGLE BLOOD 

GREEN, JAHILLA (DECEASED) 
0°I TUARY 

GREEN, jimmy 

DEFICIT-CUTTING MEASURE MAY CHOP FuNOING FOR STATE 

GREEN 'VALUED ADVISER,' MARTIN SAYS 

SECOND GRANVILLE LEGISLATOR EYES LT. GOVERNOR BID 

GREEN, JOE LEWIS (PINE GRL'VE BAPTIST CHURCH) 
HEARING CONTINUED IN CHURCH DISPUTE 
COMPROMISE REACHEC TO SETTLE CHURCH DISPUTE 

GREEN, JOHNNIE I FEW GARDENS) 
16 CHARGED WITH GAMBLING 

GREEN, JUSTIN IKNOXVILLEI 

MAN IS CHARGED IN BANK R03BERY 

GREEN, LILLIAN M. CDECEASEO) 
0°I T UARY 
OBITUARY 

GREEN, LINSTER IDECEASED1 
OMTuarv 

GREEN, L"TTIE PENDERGRAFT (O^CFASE" 1 ) 
OBITUARY 
03ITUARY 

GREEN, MARY lamb (BESSEMER CITY, N.C.I 

POLICE SEEKING "OTIVE FOR SHOOTINGS JN BUS 

GREEN, PAUL I ARCHEOLDGISTI 

ARCHAEOLOGIST: N.C. SITE MAY BE INDIAN VILLAGE 

GREEN, PEARLINE BLACKMON IDECEASEDI 
OP I TUARY 

GREEN, R. F. CAPT. IROTCI 

ROTC HAS GAINED RESPECT ON CA"PUS. CJMMANOEOS Say 

green, ray 

Durham expects °gom in population g=^wi- 

PHYSICS PROJtCI hay BOOST TRIANGL C jj°s 
SINGLE-FAMILY UNITS SURGE IN TRIANGLE 

GkFEN, REBECCA 

SHE ST010 HIH UP: BUT ONLY ON FIRST DATE, NOU THINGS ARE FINE 

GREEN, RIC"ARO CAPT. 

ROTC CHIEF: 'Top Gun' IS NOT TYPICAL OF NAVY 

GREEN, ROBERT (FOOTBALL PLAYER) 

N.C. CENIRAL'S GOOD HANDS PEU'L' 

GRFEN, RONNIE LEE 

BROTHER, SISTFR CHARG c O WITH DEATH 

r.REEN. SAM'.'EL E. II IOECFaSED) 

0°l TUARY 
OBITUARY 

GRFEN. SEAN 

OUKE, UNC, STATE GET COMMITMENTS 

GRFEN, The->0?KE OwAYNE ISILE" CITYI 

SILFR CITY man STABBED TO UEAlH 

GREEN, TD\» S. IMOCKSYILLE) 

TOOOPFR ACCUSED OF STRANDING T „D AFTER ARREST 
N.C. TROUPERS NEED TQ USE COMMON SENSE 



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WE CAN PE PROUD OF JUDGE EOOIF GRFFNF («m 
DEMOCRATS DOMINATE ^CES I OP S u P R EH 6 C OIJR T P S T S 

GREEN 0Rlfu!iR/ " CIVER i:H4PEL HILLI 'DECEASEDI 

GRFENE, HENRY V. Ill 

JURY INDICTS FORMER OFFICIAL 
GREE"E. JACQUELINE 

WOMEN INCORRECTLY IDENTIFIER 
GREENE. K. EDWARD 

2fe2£SSIioiS E S*. R f ™ "URT RACES 



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r ' RFEN oni"u«Y BFLVIN loecc «EDi 



WILLIAM M. A. 
RIGHTS LEADERS LAUD BROWN 

GR|:EN 0? E! f5;RY GNE5 C ' 4ME ,n «EASEDI 

GREENFIELD. RONALO H. (ST. LPUIS. Mo I 

FIRM NOT INVOLVED IN RELOCA S !nS-OF R,G MOUNTAIN AREA INDIANS 
GRFEN OR l iTUARY LLUM " Ea STER IDECEASEDI 
GREENLAW 



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GREEN, WALLACE 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING S4 MILLION AT VENTURE • 86 
GREEN, WILLIAM (DUKE U.I 

GREEN ON LEAVE FROM DUKF, JOINS CINFnBnic ctacc 

SSff^IJI'^f kX^ggg §§/°»™ D ---D F „ WASHINGTON J | ."^JJ £ 



11/27/86 B 1 



GRFc ';„ Wm - UM EAR 1- 1362.' DUKE LANF, AP 
DONT PAROLE DRUNKEN ORIVFR 
MADO DOESN'T KNOW "«'»■=•< H 2 M/12/36 

GREENBFRG, BLUE 

FIVF 'HEKALD* WRITERS WIN CLU^.S PRT7FS 

£T72?,^ N " R 'f FB S WIN PRESS CLUB AWARDS H 2 V1&/86 C 1 

.or'rl ? E r LPUK: T>K - A T °DR OF THF » DF S 2 3/17/86 A 1 

"JCPITIC CRITICIZED H 2 6/22/86 1 

GREEK FESTIVITIES ARE MOUNTAIN OF FUN H 2 ,?/22/R6 

GREENBFRG, FRANK S. 

S?, eE S^I. P 9. 12 BECOME BURLINGTON CHAIRMAN 

NEW BURLINGTON PRESIDENT PLANS NO MAJOR CHANGE £ f 2/f?<2 6 5 }! 

GREENBFRG, HILARY (MAIN ST. N.C. CNTFRI 

MAIN STREET PROGRAM DRESSING UP OLD TOWN 
GREENE. CHRISTOPHER 

OFTECTIVE NABS TWO FOR RREAK-IN AT HOME 
GREENE. EDDIE 



2 11/19/86 A 4 L 



2 U/ll/96 B 2 P ij 



2 9/14/86 D 11 
IS ACROSS NORTH CAROLINA S 2 6/27/86 C 6 



LE PRICE 



2 6/1 1/96 C 



2 11/02/86 A 
2 11/05/86 3 



H 2 3/29/86 C ? 
S 2 7/11/86 A 13 
S 2 8/06/96 A 3 



2 8/06/86 B 7 P N 
2 10/12/86 C 3 P J 



GREENE. KATIE SHAW " ? U/27 '" ,t ' B 9 P N 

WOMAN CHARGED IN ALTERING CHECKS 
r.REEN|, ., E. (EAGLE SCOUT, " ' ™'™«> C ? " 



2 5/09/86 C 7 
2 4/17/86 B 2 



2 12/22/96 B 7 
2 12/22/86 A 1 
2 l2/23/»6 C 1 



2 10/1 1/96 C 2 



^^Ijr'oF^CIAr^CFs'oR^CHA^Ir 

GREENE, RICharp j. dp. 

MEDICAL DIRECTOR TO VISIT VA HOSPITAL 
GRFENE, RODNFY 

STOLEN CAR RECOVERED AFTER CHASE 
GRFENE. ROSCCE (ROONE, " * 12/ "'"' t > ■ " 

^0^P^^H^VESS^U^A S ^ G ^ L F rG7D^H,GH-TECH RADIO SAVVY ? \ 1^/86 \ \% , 

GRFENE, ROY 5/29/86 A In p F 

TALK OF CONVERTING OLD DORMS INTO OFFICES STIRS UNC TEMPEST „ , 2/2n/ „ b „ , „ „ „„ 

GREENE. WILLIAM M. A. 2/2D/86 B 1 P N W27 



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2 7/15/86 C 4 N 

2 1/28/86 C 4 

2 U/15/86 A 4 L 

2 2/08/86 C 4 



GREENLEE. J. 0. " 2 '"'"/Sb A 4 L 

SWEPT AWAY 
GREENSTREET, WILLIS F. H ' l/if > /! "> B 1 P P r 3 7 

EPA CONTINGENCY BUFFERS BUDGET CUTS IN PARK OPERATION H , 3/ofl/Rft , , 

GRFENWAY, LEE . RU THE* FORD TON I ' & C ' " "" 

N.C. MAN NOT HAPPY WITH ANDY'S MAKEUP 
GRFENWELL, C. GREGORY 

DURHAM VENDING FIRM EXPANDING 

DOSSIER: C. GREGORY GREFNWELL S 2 7/23/86 



2 4/12/86 C 2 N 



1 P N 
H 2 8/27/86 A 9 p G 



2 4/05/86 C 2 



GREEN UB??UARY 0B&,; IDECE *SEOI 

GREE ''0RI?UARY ¥, " 0NI} 4 * '"RRdOROI (DECEASED! 
GREER, BOB H ! 9/06/86 A 10 

DURHAM VENDING FIRM EXPANDING 

GREER, B-ENO* WATSON (LENUIRI S ? 7/2 ' /96 A 1 P N 

MAN CHARGED Jf¥ E r L |? ?(J \ K , u En [N c „ C „ JSH 
GREER, LFE J. JR. H ? 10/21/86 A II M 

JUDGE LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 
GRFER, ROBERT n. (HUROLE MILLS! " ? 10/0V " 6 A 1J " 

SJtKi": OTh'rs SicE?{i T I,,^ UR lNg\H??E„§Nf "'" 
GRFER, SHIRLFY R. (HUROLE MILLSI 

WALKER, ET AL, VS. STATE IN COURT ON LAND SAL 



3 5/17/86 C 1 p N .-in 
? 8/27/86 C 1 N W27 



H 3 5/17/86 C 1 P N M10 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/B6 - 



INDEX U 

12/31/86 



I IV EST I OAT [ON 
INDEFINITELY- 



WALKED. OTHERS RECEIVE 195,000 LAND SETTLEMENT 

GHEESON, VERNON 

TROPICAL STORMS CALLED ONLY HOPE FOR HEAVY RAIN 

GR C GG, DAVID 

THREE RFPORTE"LY INDICTED IN BIAS 
TFRPS SUSPENO LONG, GREGG 
LONG, GREGG SUSPENDED FROM TERPS 
CHARGFS OROPPED ON LONG, GREGG 

GREGG, STEVE 

FITZSIM"ONS FIRED AS SPURS' COACH 

GREGORY, ALONZO KEITH (DFCEASEOI 
OBI TUARY 

ORFGORY, CHESTER 

NCCU GRAO W»ITES CHURCH HISTO'Y 

GREGORY, JOHN W. 

WAKE COUNTY MAN GETS MEOALS MORE THAN 40 YEARS AFTER WAR 

GRFGORY, RONALD 

BOARU RFCOMMENDS RE70NING FOR TPEYBIIRN 

ZONING PANEL OKS PLANS ON TREYbURN 

BAD APPEARANCE, POOR WORDS 

LEGAL OPINION SOUGHT ON JAN. 9 TREYBURN VOTF 

PLANNING BOARO MEMBERS RECEIVE REAPPOINTMENTS 

COUNTY ATTORNEY SAYS TREYBURN REZCNtNG VOTE LEGAL 

GRESSER, SY 

BIRTHRIGHTS, BLOOD RITES: 



ART. ..ON DISPLAY IN THE DUKE CHAPEL 



GREUP, ERNIt 

NCSU TAPS 6 DURHAM ■ AMBA SSADO> S' 

GRIFFEY, KEN IBAStBALLI 

GRIFFFY NO LONGER DISGRUNTLED AFTER TRADE TO ATLANTA BRAVES 

GRIFFIN, ALFAKATA RANDOLPH lOECEASEO) 
OBITUARY 

GRIFFIN, ANNIE 

GRIFFINS CELEBRATF 60TH ANNIVERSARY 

GRIFFIN, ARTHUR RALPH II 

DA TO APPEAL REDUCTION OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

ELUN COLLEGE WOMAN SUES MAN CONVICTED UF BEATING 

GRIFFIN, 8FLTR0N J. 

GRIFFINS CELEBRATE 60TH ANNIVERSARY 

GRIFFIN, BFTTY IBETTFR liUSINFSS BUTEAUI 

BOB HFAD'S COMPLAINT SPURS CALL, NO PROBE 

GRIFFIN, CALVIN R. 

BLESS MAYOR GULLtY 

GRIFFIN, OORIS 

OURHA u 'S FIRST DENTAL HYGIENIST HAS 5FEN PLENTY OF CHANGES 
TODAY'S DENTAL CARE ISN'T WHAT IT USED Tj OF 

GRIFFIN, ELLFN (GREENSBORO) (DECEASEOI 

ELLEN GRIFFIN, NATIONALLY NOTED GOLF TEACHER OF GREENSBORO 

GRIFFIN, J. HAROLD 

PRISONER WINS N.C. CIVIL SUIT 

GRIFFIN, JAMFS H. I0XFDR0 POLICE CHIEFI 

OXFORD GETS APPLICANTS for POLICE CHIEF'S JOB 
COMWITTFE TO INTERVIEW POLICE CHIEF APPLICANTS 
OXFORD ADVERTISING AGAIN FOR CHIEF 
OFFICER NOT CHARGED IN 19B5 W° ECK 

GRIFFIN, KIM 

DURHAM FORUM HASN'T SHUWN BRO'O INTEREST IN LOCAL ISSUES 
DURHAM FORU«'S COMPLAINT IS UNFAIR 

GRIFFIN, LARRY (FOOTBALL! 

4 TAR HEELS GET LATE CALL IN NFL DRAFT 

GRIFFIN, LIB 

CLEARING THE PECORO 

VOLUNTEER GROUPS SET AGENDAS AND HONOR SPECIAL VOLUNTEERS 

VOLUNTEER GROUPS SET AGENDAS AND HONOR SPECIAL VOLUNTEERS 

OUKE WRITERS' CONFERENCE 0FFE3S INTERESTING READINGS 

THANKS FOR SATIRE 

MADD VIGIL SCHEDULED TODAY 

DURHAM JOB MARKET APPEARS STRONGER THAN IN OTHER ARFAS 

GRIFFIN, MARIE FISHER (DECEASED) 
OB I TUARY 

GRIFFIN, MARIE HUGGINS (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

GRIFFIN, MARIE S. 

COUNTY SCHOOLS THANKED 

GRIFFIN, MARION WILSON JR. (ASHEBO^OI 
UNC FRESHMAN, 19, FOJND HANGED 
UNC STUDENT FOUNO OEAO 
MEOICAL EXAMINEP RULES STUDENT'S 

GRIFFIN, PAT OAKES IDECEASEOI 

PAI GRIFFIN, FORMFR MEMPER OF HOUSE FROM DURHAM, DIES 
EX-LEGISLATOR PAT GRIFFIN DIES 

GRIFFIN, PHIL 

DISGRACEFUL PREACHERS 

NURSE RFCRUITFR HOPES COMPUTtR PROGRAM WILL HELP SPEED HIRING 

GRIFFIN, SUSAN DIANE (HENOERSOMI IDECEASEOI 
HENDEPSON WOMAN DIES OF OVERDOSE 

GRIFFIN, I ED 

MUNICIPAL GOVFRNMFNT FOCUS OF NEW DURHAM POLITICAL GROUP 

NEW POLITICAL GROUP'S FOUNDERS SAY TUO FEW SET "URHAM'S FUTURE 

RIVALRY PLANNED FOR ENTRENCHED POLITICAL GROUPS 

NEW POLITICAL GROUP NEEDS SOM r FOCUS 

FIVE PE n PLE HONORFO BY DURHAM JAYCEES 

AWA°D WINNERS 

NFW P^LTICAL GROUP PLANS EXPANDFO FOCUS INTO COUNTY 

STUDY PANELS NEED FEWER SPECIAL INTERESTS 

MERGER PLAN PRODUCES UNNECESSARY BICKERING 



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11/1 1/86 A 
12/07/86 C 
12/11/96 D 



8/16/86 D 
lO/29/»6 C 
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10/14/96 A 



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1/23/86 A 

1/24/86 A 

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1/29/86 1! 

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3/25/P6 C 

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1/01/1)6 



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12/3t/06 



NAMES 



PAGt 173 
1/09/87 



DURHAM FORUM SHUNNED IN MERCER STUDIES 
GRIFFIN, THURMAN 

2 COMMISSIONERS IN FRANKLIN WON'T SFFK Rf.PI crrmM 

FOUR DEMOCRATS. ONE RFPU BL I C AN IF I L E SE FOR F = ANKL IN° SHER I F F 

GRIFFIN, VANCE FARTHING IOECEASEDI 

On I \[JA R Y 

GRIFFIN, VIRGIL 

MINISTER SP C AKS OUT AGAINST KL AN 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM 

REPUBLICAN, THREE DEMOCRATS ENDORSED IN OURHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

GRIFFITH, ANDY 

5. T . U 9^ T ACTIVITIES CENTER IT OPEN ALMOST YEAR IJTF 
I ? YB £^, Y .',n? ETU ° N PUTS CLUb IN HEAVEN L E 

A^OY'S^VTo^rVse's^Tb^rT^ 
?Hr L ^G^AY H OF S A^SoSf lf^ R "° " J ^LYWODO HILLS 

GRIFFITH, GENEVA NUN'I (DECEASED! 

ANOY GRIFFITH'S MOTHER, 86, BURIED IN HOLLYWOOO HILLS 
GRIFFITH. JOE 

MERCHANT GROUP'S DINNER IS TUESDAY 
GRIFFITH, KITTY 

TENNIS WINNERS 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM (DUKE U.I 

DUKE, UMC HOIST DRINKING AGE TJ 21 

GRIFFITHS. PHILLIP A. OR. 

ck¥?icfz?K*?Si &ld$g B FaGJLTY ST4TUS 

InHhantTOn ioETK^gfii" ,N 1PlkrHEI ° P "^ T 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES LODGED AGAINST PROTESTERS 
GRIGG, BILL I DUKE POWER I 

DUKE POWER WANTS RATE INCREASE OF ABOUT I5i 

GR,GG »,J*';|S BLAIR (GAS TON I Al 

KIONAPPING SUSPFCT IS ARRESTED IN GEORGIA 

GRIGG. VIVIAN (GASTONIA! 

KIONAPPING SUSPFCT IS ARRESTED IN GEORGIA 

GRIGG, WILLIAM H. (OUKE POWER I 

DUKE POWER WANTS RATE HIKE 

OUKE POWER EARNINGS SLIP IN SFCONO OUARTER 
GRIGGS. JOHN 

BULLOCK LEADS ALL-TRIANGLE TEAM 

GRIMFS. BILL IESPNI 

ESPN PRESIOENT SEES CABLE MAKING NETWORK CHALLENGE 
GRIMFS. DAVID DR. 

LFGALIZEO ABORTION BRINGING LASTING BENEF t TS — SOC IOLUG I ST 
GRIMFS. JIMMY (OECFASEOI 

WAKE JURY INDICTS DURHAM WOMAN 

GRIMFS. MILTON (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBI TUARY 

GRIMFS, ROBERT BRYAN 

MULTIPLE CHARGES LODGED AGAINST ORIVER AFTER CHASE 
GRISSOM, GUS (ASTRONAUTI (OECEASEDI 

DISASTER BRINGS BACK MEM R lES OF HAPPY TIMES WITH ASTRONAUTS 
GRISSOM, JAY 

GRISSOM PICKS THE CITADEL: STATE GETS 3 COMMITMENTS 
GRISSOM, MARION 



I' EXPERIENCE 



NO REPUBLICANS FILE FOR GRANVIIIF RAFFC 
GRANVILLE SHERIFF'S R ACE : I N v' ST I 5* V I TE S H 

CURRIN HAS LEAO IN GR ANV ILLE i AC E 
?»?y N SE F ? P °S5IBLE IN GRANVILLE COUNTY 
GRISSOM CALLS RUNOFF FOR GRANVILLF WFBIrc 
?^rrL S ;J HREF ^CHEDULEO IN GRANVILLE 

GRISSOM ELECTED GRANVILLE SHERIFF 

TWO Sew^HER.FfI 5il| T g«S8Sr "" ° F «*■»»"■« BOARD 
GRANVILLE SHERIFF: FERRYING PRISONERS TOO COSTLY 
GRtsSOM, MATTIE E. IHENDERSON1 

VANCE BONOS TOO COSTLY 

GRISSOM, SANDRA 

LACK OF ACTIVITIES AND CUSTS CITED [ N NURSING bED CHANCE 
GRIST, MARILYN F. (ATLANTA! 

DURHAM RESIDENTS INVITED TO SUPPORT WOkLU FOOD DAY 

Groat, oick 

groce, larry (musician! 

DNE-HII SOLOIST REACHING nyT FOR 'RADICAL ECLECTIC 

r ' R0CE J„ B -:,y- "DICKIE" (MOCKSVILLFI 

POLICEMAN DROPS HIS BIO FDR REINSTATEMENT 
GROFF, JUDY PR. 

4-H TEENS TRAINING TO BE VOLUNTEERS 
GROH, AL 

ACC COACHES FINALLY TALK FOOPALL 

OEACS DREAMING OF SNAPPING OUT OF • 05 MrHTM.nc 

^c k H ^o^??s™wJk S e?s C g°rSS UE ' K """o^SHnSU 

WHAT IT WAS. WAS FUN 

GPUH PRAISES OFFENSIVE LINE 



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H 1 1/14/06 C 1 
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H 2 5/24/86 C 4 

H 2 8/29/0 6 A 1'. 

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S2 1/03/86 A IPNBin 

H 2 4/12/86 C 2 N 

H 2 4/12/86 C 2 N 

H 2 4/15/86 BAN 

H 2 5/16/06 A 14 

H 2 7/1R/R6 U 1 P F 006 



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H 2 1 1/10/06 A 4 E 

H 2 I 1/2 1/06 A 1 P N L 90 

S 2 11/21/06 A 1 N X50 

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H 2 5/18/06 B 4 P N Ml<. 

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S 2 3/05/06 C 1 N 



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H 1 5/0 7/86 C 1 N 

H 1 5/D0/86 B 1 N 

H 1 5/09/ 06 B I N 

H 1 5/13/06 B 1 N 

H 2 6/04/06 C 3 "i 

H 1 6/04/06 A 1 

H 1 11/0 5/ "6 C 1 

H 2 11/06/06 A 19 

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16*0- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES PAGC 17.. 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 

S I T 

N •= ELY 

P n DATE C PC. L P TYL 

GPOH KNOWS WHAT TO EXPECT H 2 9/39/86 P 2 I" 

GROH PRAISES UNC 'D' S 2 10/07/b£ B ' P 'i F2S 

GPOH FINOS SOLACE IN ANOTHER 'EXCITING' LOSS °Y HIS DEACON:, S 2 10/13/86 D 4 P U P52 

HAKE 8ETTER THAN 4-4? s ? 11/08/96 D I " U 013 

ELKINS AMONG 9 PLAYERS SUSPENDED BY WAKE H 2 I 1 /1B/3& B N 

FANFASE: GROH TALKS TO H0K1ES H 2 12/20/96 3 P N 

GRONFMEYER. WILLIAM OR. 

GPONEMEYER IS HONORED BY UNC SCHOOL UF MEDICINE S 2 4/02/86 BIN 

GRPNINGER, JAMES 

INDICTMENT IS UPHELT H 2 U/lVi C 11 N 

GROOM, MILTON 

POLITICAL LFGENOS ATOP DEMOCRATS' SENATE TICKET H 2 2/08/8t, A 4 F 

GROOMS. LUTHER 

HILLSBU»OUGH "EN REPuRTFD MISSING FOUND SAFE H 2 11/11/96 C 1 N 

GROSS. LARPY 

GETTIN' ITS KICKS H 2 10/3I/R6 C 1 P N C52 

GROSS. PAUL MAGNUS DP. (OECEASEDI 

OP. PAUL GROSS OF OlJKr. OIES S 2 5/08/96 A IPO 

DUKE LEADER IN CHFMISTRY DEAO AT 91 H 2 5/06/86 C Fn 

DR. GROSS A TPUF FRIEND H 2 5/19/86 A 4 L 

GROSS. ROBFRT CHARLES IN.Y.) (OECEASEOI 

8 KILLED IN PAIR OF SINGL C -PL^NE CRASHES IN N.C. H 2 11/29/86 B 1 P N 

FATAL FLIGHT'S PILOT 'METICULOUS' ABOUT SAFETY OF HIS PLANE H 2 11/29/0:6 C ' N 

SFARCH CONTINUES TO LEAPN CAUSES OF PLANE C"aSHFS H I 11/31/11° C 6 N 

GROSS, SUSAN LUCILLE (CECEASE01 

8 KILLED IN PAIR OF SINGLF-PLANE CRASHES IN N.C. H 2 11/29/86 B I P N 

GROSSHOL?. JILL 

SANCTIONS BETTER THAN BOMBS H 2 4/29/86 A A L 

GROSSMAN. RUGER 

CHRISTIAN CONSCIENCE NEFDEO IN PuLITICS H 2 7/22/B6 A 4 L 

GROSSMAN. STEFAN (ACOUSTIC GUITARIST! 

MELODY MEETS RHYTHM IN GUITAR OUO H 2 12/05/86 D 2 r F 

GROSSMAN. WILLIAM (VISARTI 

SURVEY SHOWS DOWNTOWN WORKERS WANT MORE RESTAURANTS. RETAILERS S 2 3/18/86 A 1 N W82 

PARKING RULES TOO STRICT H 2 3/30/B6 D 4 ' 

DOWNTOWN VIDEO STORE CLOSES S 2 8/22/86 C 1 N .J32 

0R0S7, PHIL 

DUKE'S HAUL SURPRISES RFCRUITING EXPERT GRUSZ H 2 2/14/S6 C 3 N C 36 

GROVER. MAPLENA JO BFNKOWSKI 

2N0 MAN. WOMAN HELD IN SHOOTING UF DEPUTY SHERIFF H 2 11/02/86 C I 'I "51 

HEARINGS SET FOR 3 IN SHOOTING H 2 11/04/86 C 1 N S82 

PROBABLE-CAUSE HEARINGS SET IN SHOOTING OF DEPUTY S 2 11/04/86 8 I N 

3 INDICTED IN DEPUTY SHOOTING S 2 2/32/86 A « IBS 

WOMAN SOUGHT IN ATTEMPT TO SMUGGLE GUN H 1 12/27/86 CAN 

WOMAN ACCUSED OF CONSPIRACY TO SMUGGLE GUN H 2 12/2B/86 C 6 N 

DURHAM WOMAN FACES CONSPIRACY CHARGE S 2 12/29/86 A 3 N 

MAN IN JAIL IS CHARGED IN HID?EN GUN CASE H 2 12/31/86 B 3 N l'5l 

GROVER. STFVFN MURRAY 

MAN CHARGED WITH WOUNOING DEPUTY S 2-10/31/86 C 1 " 'I T88 

ONE MAN ARRESTED, ANOTHER IS SOUGHT IN OEPUTY SHOOTING H 2 11/01/86 C 1 N A54 

DEPUTIES SEEK 2ND MAN IN SHOOTING S 2 11/01/86 CI N 

2ND MAN, WOMAN HELU IN SHOOTING OF DEPUTY SHERIFF H 2 11/03/86 C 1 N -'51 

HEARINGS SET FOR 3 IN SHOOTING H 2 11/04/86 C 1 N S82 

PPUBA"LE-CAUSE HEARINGS SET IN SHOUTING UF DEPUTY S 2 11/04/86 B 1 N 

MORF CH/iRC.ES FILED IN SHOOTING H 2 II/ll/Bo C "> N 

SUSPECT IN SHOOTING CHARGED IN BRFAK-INS H 2 ll/3"/96 C i 'I 

3 INDICTED IN OEPUTY SHOOTING S 2 12/J2/B6 A I N Mi" 

DURHAM WOMAN FACES CONSPIRACY CHARGE S 2 12/29/86 A 1 N 

man IN jail is charged in hidden gun case h 2 12/31/86 a 3 '1 "51 

IMAGE CLASH AT OUPHAH THEATER S 2 8/16/"6 B I N 189 

GROVFS, HAPRY E. 

FOR»EP NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN G= T S AWARD S 2 6/24/»6 A 3 N 

GROVFS. J. C. (OFCEASEOI 

08ITU«RY H ? 10/02/86 U ? 

GROVES. JEFF (DURHAM L1ULLSI 

BULLS TIGHTEN RACE S 2 8/23/°6 t 2 P N 952 

GRI'BB. ETHPIOGE EVFRFTT 

LAW OFFICERS 8ELIEVF FUUR SLAVJNGS LINKED H ' 8/14/86 A 18 '1 

GRIIBR, GERRY 

POLICF MANAGEMENT FAILS H 2 6/09/86 A 4 L 

CRllfcin, JOY<"E ANN 

LAW OFFICERS BELIEVE FOUR SLAYINGS LINKEO H 2 B/14/°6 A 1» N 

GRIIBB, STEVEN CLAY 

FEMALE UNC STUDENT CHASED BY NUOE MAN H 2 3/18/86 B 3 N 



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RFNCE CAMPBELL (OFCEASEOI 



H 2 9/16/86 L 2 n 

GRMBFR, ROBERT 

HSRPIS PLANT BATTLE... H 2 6/22/86 A 1 n I 40 

tax law to change uuke power raus s 2 n/j4/8 b i. 3 n 

GRUELLF, KIT 1HILLSBOR0UGHI 

RAGGEDY ANN W»S L^VFG FROM TH- START H 2 8/27/86 B 1 P F 2 1 1 

GRUNWALO. ERIK 

THEY MET 'SOME ENCHANTED EVENING' H 2 4/13/86 E 6 P F C89 

GRUNWALO, RON 

LAND USF PLAN. FAIRFR FINANCING NEEDtD BEFORE VOIF ON BOi.D'j S 2 10/3VR6 All I 

LAND-USE PLAN NFEOED H 2 10/31/86 A 4 L 

GRYWALSKI, THERESA 

0»A»» TEACHER HIRED FOR SCHOOL H 3 8/20/86 C ? N 

GUALTIFRI, THOMAS OR. 

UNC STUDY AIMED AT CHILDREN COMPELLED TO HURT THcMSFLV^S H 2 8/0'/96 A 9 n , , d r- 

GU*RISCO. WAYNE 

WPECKFO VAN RUINED CHRISTMAS PLANS H 2 1/01/86 A 4 I. 

GUFRRAMT, SUSAN M. (FRANKLIN CO . I 



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FRANKLIN WOMAN JOINS LOUISBUR5 COLLEGE STAFF 
GuFSS, GEORGE OR. 

BOARD REVOKES DOCTOR'S LICENSE 

DOCTOR APPEALING BO ARD • S DEC IS ION ON unnfra.luv 

HOMEOPATHIC DOCTOR FIGHTING TO FOLLOW CONSCIENCE 

r ' UESS 5B l iTulRV CHRIST0 ' >HER 'OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

GUESS, MILDRED MARIE 

OWI CITED AFTER WRECK 

WOMAN HITS TREE. CHARGED WITH DWI 
GUIOONI, LFNORE 

CHUO ABUSE DEVASTATING 
GUILD. BRUCE 

BOARD RECOMMENOS REZONING FOR TREYBURN 

^^"JS„? A ^ L 0<S PLANS ON TREYBURN 

BAy APPEARANCE, POOR WORDS 

LEGAL OPINION SOUGHT ON JAN. 8 TREYBURN 1/niF 

^lNNE A JI ^ f sIr,N iYS TRE¥RUBN ^"™.N U G N VO V ?E E L E GAL 

EX " 

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COU>! ' I ; ■,, ,. MEMBERS 



X-ZONING BOARD MEMBER CITES GROWTH vr)TF<; 
'TrGKOWTH RFD UCes COUNTY BUAKDS' TALENT 

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RED MILL; PENR,TH-REsiDENTr^HutlrFoI S PLANN.NG BOARD 
GUILD, WALTER 

IS SPELLING TRIVIAL? 
GUILL, EARL 

CLINGENDAEL TO PICK CIVIC CENTER ARCHITECT 
GUILLORY, IDA 

SYDECySEANl'rl&uD^Mis'fSNlSr ™ SH ° W " UNC 

GULIC o!sctS!5Ri-Tia5 E T c ENt L oS E ?^S,t T J2 R RB E ,siu^ R s 4LI 

GULLEDGE, KAREN 

RFPORT SAYS CLOSE GLENWOOD, E« PANO FIVE OTHER SCHOOLS 
GULLFY, WILBUR P. "WIB" 

SECRETARY FOR GULLEY IN CITY 8nnrcT dcoiicct 

BSfeiPM Sc?foN oS SKTKiNg S l;l¥ * 

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O^EHyTlKE^Iw^g?^^^?^"^?^ I0 CL ° SE ""°»^ 
? AY ,? R PU ? I r SP ¥ TES " Ep O RT ONLANOFIU HU 

MAYOrVlIy abuSes^oHe'r * BA ° ° ECIS '° N 
CHAMBER SUPPORTS BOND ISSUE 

2» R ?,*V 4R £J N £ DECK PLAN S ADVANCE 

' uES^N^UESTION OF ^SECRETARY 

??Y R ^F,C 4 A S^eVeS'SaI?! G U R L6 aL^ME S n! K "^ "WW".. 

S^^A^MOrVc^s'i'IHunI G 
SULLEY AND CLEMENT SHOULD END THEIR FUSS 
$h E ?f N J5 REMOVAL AN AFFRONT ,r " :, " ru " 
ALLIANCE TURNS 10. LOOKS AHEAD 
GROUPS Tg STUDY PLANS, TAX MERGER 

TS?^Tl°PA a yD EE S^G N R r E^^MA r r °- 5 *"* T " " E « CIVIC CENTER 
...AND A CIVILIZED SPAT 

BMflTWi^W^B3Twa:r - — 

SPLIT COUNCIL OKS SUPP L Y-S TORc ZnNF 

BRMK^-WHrF 1 " B -° •»* 

ChT^'s" P E 4 EK L F4V ° RS R "TRICTION IN PARKS ON PITCHING BIG TENTS 

MS^g^ENn^i^p'HE'T^^S TREYBURN 
GULLEY PRINGS COUNCIL TREATS tmSrmr.n, 

C?^!n ffffiH P D R VE . L D fv V I /awa^'" 

Sr|?l1sr N S-"«?Bu¥ J E "COMPETITION 

^j^"^^ ?I 7 uSf RE — 

ScSiNE^? 5 - T L 0^ R HO V {E F r ??X S K5vE R0l! ^ RR,S 

IMS IDE 

HAYHR SHOULD RgCONSIOER 

p^.}?c 4 iriNS cr sc^T,ss HEo courage 

WHO IS PROUO? 

GULLEY W0N"T OUIT OESPITE OIl'iTFn Bin 

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MUNIHLY/AN 



AN INSULTING ATTACK 

MAYOR HAS RIGHT 

FEAP OF UNKNOWN 

GAY ISSUE STIRS CROWD AT CITY HALL 

ELECTED OFFICIALS HIKE PAY 

PAT NEAL: MAYOR USED POOR JUDGMENT 

NO TROUBLE EXPECTED. POLICE SAY OF PARADE 

MAYOR SHOULDN'T TAKE ACTIO!. THAT OIVIDES CITY 

AN OPFN LETTER TO...WIB GULLEY...ANO DON U ILHO I T . . . I An ] 

CITY, MARCH OFFICIALS GLAD GAY-PRIDE PARADE PEACEFUL 

THE HIGHEST PRICED COUNCIL 

PASTORS FORM GROUP. SEEK TO RECALL MAYOR GULLEY 

MCELHANFY IS CHAIRMAN OF MAYOR RECALL EFFOkT 

70 STUDENTS GET CERTIFICATES FROM PRIVATE INDUSTRY COUNCIL 

EDITORIALS CAN FERTILIZE DISCRIMINATION 

AN ALL-T IME LOU 

LA* HASN'T CHANGED 

PATENTLY RIDICULOUS 

LACK HF JUDGMENT 

MAYOR APPLAUDED 

CRUCIAL PRINCIPLE 

RIDICULOUS SITUATION 

CANDIDATE PRAISFD 

EDITO°IAL ON TARGET 

FREEDOM of SPEECH 

STUPID EDITORIAL 

MAYOR ASKS DURHAM TO CONSERVE WATER 

MAYOR COOL UNDER FIRE 

SIMPLICITY OF VISION 

HOW MUCH TAX MONEY? 

S T ATE« OF MIND 

RECALL GROUP MEETS 

GRUUP TO SEGIN MAYOR-RECALL DRIVE 

MAYOR DCueTS LEGALITY OF EFFORT TO RECALL HIM 

GROUP FILES AFFIDAVIT FOR RECALL 

DON'T USE BIBLE AGAINST MAYOR 

CITIES TRY TO SETTLE ANNEXATION SPAT 

FUNOA-ENOALISTS ORGANIZE CAMPAIGN FOR GULLEY RECALL 

RECALL ATTEMPT 'MYO"IC' 

MOOERATE CLERGY GROUP BACKS GULLEY 

WHAT'S SO BAD A90UT SAN FRANCISCO? 

RELIGIOUS GROUPS BACKING MAYOR 

CITY LEADERS TOUS FESTIVAL 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL END ANNEX SOUABBLE 

3 COUNCILMEN, MAYOR PLEDGE FESTIVAL SUPPORT 

MAYOR GULLEY HAS DONE MUCH FO' ALL THE PEOPLE OF DURHAM 

OA,JCE FEST GETS PLEDGE OF SUPPORT 

PROCEDURAL QUESTIONS RAISED ON CAMPAIGN TO UNSEAT GULLEY 

A STATEMENT OF SUPPORT I AO I 

THOUGHTS ON RECALL 

RECALL MAYOR GULLEY I AQ I 

DEBATE CONTINUES ON RECALL STATEMENT 

RECALL. OPPOSITION CUNTINUING: 15 BLACK MINISTERS SIDE WITH MAYOR... 

RECALL. OPPOSITION CONTINUING: GULLEY'S FOES SEEK TO CORRECT. .. OOCUMENT 

LET'S MOVE MOUNTAINS TO KEEP ON DANCING 

NOT A PERSONAL MATTER 

MAYOR SHOWED COURAGE 

DON'T SIGN PETITION 

REAGAN, GULLEY AGREE 

•RADICALS' CRUCIFY MAYOR 

WAR ON HUMAN RIGHTS 

MINISTERS' GROUP BACKS GULLEY IN RECALL-BIO FIGHT 

MAYOR GULLEY DESERVES SUPPORT 

DRY HUMOR FROM HILLSbOROuGH, DURHAM MAYORS 

REPORT NEWS IMPARTIALLY 

NOT PPEACHING TRUTH 

BLESS MAYOR GULLEY 

CAMPAIGN OF HATRED 

KICK OUT WHOLE COUNCIL 

RECALL MAYOR GULLEY (A01 

CITIZENS' GROUP SIOES WITH MAYOR ON RECALL 

GULLEY, LIKE PRESIDENT REAGAN. WANTS BASIC CIVIL RIGHTS PROTECTED 

RECALL: CAMPAIGN REACHES INTO ALL CORNERS OF DURHAM 

UPHOLDING WRONG-DOING 

HARBINGERS OF HATRED 

FIGHT CLOSED MINDEDNESS 

POSITION OF PUBLIC TRUST 

HOMOSEXUALITY ANCIENT ChuRCH-STATE ISSUE 

ALL HAVE SINNED 

THE PERFECT LETTER 

A COURAGEOUS STAND 

THE LAW FIRM OF GULLEY, EAKES ANO VOLLAND... (AOI 

BE IT RESOLVED. ..SOUTHERN BAPTIST PASTORS ANO MINISTERS... IAD) 

RECALL MAYO GULLEY I AOI 

...WE WANT TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE TO MAYOR WILOUR P. GULLEY (SDI 

RECALL GROUP SETS NEWS CONFERENCE 

GULLEY PREOICTEO TO REMAIN IN OFFICE 

CLERGYHEN TAKE BOTH SIOES IN GULLEY RECALL CAMPAIGN 

CHRISTIAN CONSCIENCE NEEDED IN POLITICS 

PREACHERS HAVE RIGHTS. Too 

let persecuted suffer 0u1etly 

rfa0 proclamation closely 

urganized for intolerance 

not same person 

mayor accused of mixing church. politics 

gulley-recall effort time, money wasted 

recall petition drive ill-conceived 

sign here to recall mayor gulley (cartooni 

am unforgiveaple march 

league fop gulley 

gulley's critics preaching false gospel in controversy 

discrimination justifiable 

apostles signed their petitions in blooo 

aids fop evfrycne 

heed jefferson's warning 

plan of salvation 

misstatements on proclamation 

health-care group backs mayor gulley 

will bounty pay 125.000 to accept invitatiun? 

state office approves gulley recall affidavit 

coverage of press conference riasfo in support of gulley 

mayor gulley unjustly accuseo 

gulley supporters oeceived 

not just a pat on the back 

gulley recall petitions ruled valid 

mooeratfs on roth sides 

rfcall effort hypocritical 

'holy war' ails durham 

a statement of support for mayor gulley iaoi 

other mayors did not sign 'manifesto' 

pooclamaiiqn has support 

linguistic trickery 

mayor is steadfast 

not a pfrsonal attack 

protect our children 

recall group uses library for signup 







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I N D c. X 
12/31/66 



•RIDICULOUS' CRUSADE 



DEN-- SWIPES AT RECALL 



MCELHANEY STILL HANTS GULLEY OUT 

BISW C & MMrTTEE "EEOSES TO BACK MAYOR-RECALL EFFORT 

RECALL GROUP ACCUSED OF DECEPTION ™ 

BEWARE MORAL CAMPAIGNS 

Py£cS?' S n E"ATE IS OXFORD'S CONCERN, TOO 

LIBERTY AND RESPONSIBILITY 

DOES GOD CHANGE LAWS7 

BATTLE LINES DRAWN 

WAS THE MAYOR BRAVE' 

IRRESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP 

THIS READER PIGS OUT IN SINNING 

GROUP WON'T RESPOND TO ACCUSATION 

CoS C TfeojFjs?"l^^Al^T H ?,L S L T I^si^ ORAL """STYLES 

cl'e^ring^hI^ec'u'rT 6 0ECEIT ' H4R " S5M ^T 
handJca^ed'eorg-ot'ten- ™ E ° ivers ' t * ° e "S people... ,ad, 

A POLITICAL PROCLAMATION 

MORE THAN CIVIL RIGHTS 

PROCLAMATION MISQUOTED 

TAXPAYERS SHOULO NOT HAVE TO PAY FOR 

i = , W y E ?5,.9 P fP SE EFFORT TO OUST MAYOR 

RELIGIOUS SCARE TACTICS 

LETTEPS ARE SERMONS 

RECALL SIGNATURES FROM AD FORMS ARE QUESTIONED 

r?rv E ^T^St IS S, STATEMENT BACKING DURHAM' <% MAYOR 

Dn, r ,\?JJ ?K!j,.? UEST,tm "LIDITY OF SIGNATURES 

POLITICS CHARGED AGAINST RECALL EFFORT 

GUTSY*PASTORS D C0NIS0ER HIS UWN RECORD BEFORE CRITICIZING GULLEY 

•RIGHTS FOR SERPENTS' 

BFWARF THE JUDGMENT 

AIDS A 'TIME BOMB' 

PRO-GULLEY EXCITEMENT 

EMBARRASSING ACTS 

RECALL OPPONENTS SEE POLITICS 

SSSoseSuS!!?;? is r a SgiSSSiul" ro OVERC0HE 4LL S,NS 

M^Y^ROU^s'ufIeRE^^ C0NTINUE5 

CITY OF BIGOTS 

WOMEN'S GROUP LFFTIST 

HOW TO SCRATCH YOUR NAME 

CURRENT OF HATRED 

A BROKEN RECORO 

MOCKERY OF FAMILY UNIT 

HAYOR PAYS VISIT TO LIONS' 

JESUS SAID TO LOVE ENEMIES 

RECALL WORTH ANY MONEY SPENT 

GULLEY HAS DONE MUCH FOR CITY 

G B^C^ , lAY R ,rG , HTS' A ^G2T S ^T T THE L4 S^ AGE IN "^LAMATION 

GREETING" PLJY,NG h * r DBALL in RECALL BIO 

MAYOR: AIDS CENTER CLAIMS ARE BIZARRE 

A TALE OF TWO CITIES' FUSSES Bl " RRE 

MISLEO BY THE RFCALL? IADI 

COMMUNITY NEEDS UNITY 

HATE PROPAGANDA 

RELIGION USED TO TRAMMEL 

GAY LIFE A TIME BOMB 

GAYS ALSO HAVE THEIR RIGHTS 

A CITY OF DIVERSITY 

IGNORING NEED WORSE SIN 

SMOKERS CONTRIBUTE. TOO 

GREAT THINGS HAPPENING 

WHO SENT THIS COMMITTEE? 

IRS: CHURCHES NOT HURT BY RECALL BID 

«Thg R S s s J B^ D gSI N g E M?I N Iog UT ,N RECALL PET1T,a " DRIVt 

TIRED OF RECALL LETTEPS? DEBATE r S UTNnTur nnuM 

^V^WIM^ E " £ « r P§R H H?g«E ssv^ 

important addenoum 

dubious expert 

on to other issues 

idea is laughable 

despicable crime 

a vicious chargf 

illfgal contributions 

flier inflammatory 

slinging muo 

a cruel assertion 

clouoing the issue 

revealing juxtaposition 

why seno children? 

picking and choosing 

quotas for gays? 

saddening experience 

HA^OR 6 "! PrV'l A A Y Ma"!^ S ° EBATf T0 BE RE STRICTEO 

RECALL AFFIDAVIT 

ATTITUDE TOWARO SIN 

UNFAIR CONCLUSION 

CHURCHMEN APPLAUDED 

PROCLAMATION IMMORAL 

M "g R CONFIDENT ON SURVIVING RECALL 

l?? F r, T S^ T ^ AP0UT HOMOSEXUALITY ( AD I 

PETITION DEAOLINE HAS ARRIVED 

MAYOR PROUO OF CITIZENS 

GULLEY BLASTS GROUPS AFTER RECALL EFFORT FAIIS 

£ JIl T ^rSpSXInt?" oo^filI e t Si W- [%H ° kT 

F R A E C P V!0NAL A r^^E r EgrSE L A L Ld 11 "" ^ ^ * «™« 

FRIENDSHIP FORCE 

WHO MAS HELPED BY OUR VILE DEBATE? 

s?{2 g ssssiMtps^uS^r^j^^lpa- only gulley ^ ed ™ 

^ C ^YoS L pJoGRiM E i P T E UNIoH^E^k?,SN 
FRIENDLY ANTAGONISTS SHARE A WA RD i IT ME I T r u T 
GULLEY TO ENO WATER RESTRICTIONS LIMELIGHT 

f??!r EPV !, r I°? PLiN 'S WATER JveTdam 

GARAGE PLANS HIT SMALL SNAG 

g E LL TO PUSH CITY FOR MERGER DECISION 

BOARD ASKS MERGER OFAOLINE 

MAYOR: CITY ECONOMY WILL SURVIVE AMERICAN CLOSING 



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1 N U t X 
12/31/66 



NAMES 



(CARTOONI 



GUILE* DISCUSSES SHUTDOWN'S EFFECTS 

MAYOR TELLS COUNCIL DELAY AMERICAN REACT 

...A HUC-E. FHPTV PUILDING IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM. 

GULLEY: UNIONS NEEO UNITY 

DURHAM CENTRE KICKQFF A SMASHING SUCCESS ..„.,„ 

WHY DURHAM COULDN'T SAVE THAT SI MILLION ON PARKING GARAGE 

STATEMENT CLARIFIED 

DURHAM BANKS URGED TO AID DOWNTOWN 

HUD REPORT PRAISES HOUSING AUTHORITY ...... 

GOP CANDIOATE SAYS OEMOCRATS CATER TU MINORITIES. LUNATIC FRINoFS 

WAVING LABOR'S FLAG 

MAYOR IS SUBJECT OF CABLE PROGRAM 

EDITORIAL WAS ANTI-LABOR 

MAJORITY IN DURHAM CAN'T AFFCPD A HOUSE 

ORGANIZED LABOR OECLINE HURTS N.C. 

COUNCIL PUTS LID ON CHAT 

A JU1FTFR COUNCIL' MAYBE 

WHICH INTERSECTION IS WORST' 

HOUSING. GROWTH TOP LEAGUES AGENDA 

ZONING PANEL TO VOICE GRIEVANCES TODAY 

GULLEY TO DISCUSS DEVELOPING DURHAM 

SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT SUGGESTED TO OEAL WITH OOWN1 OWN PARKING 

GULLEY SURPRISED AT SALE 

HIZ HONOR GOES BRITISH 

CITY TO HFAR PLAN TO HELP SMALL COMPANIES 

FOR IDEAS TO BETTER DOWNTOWN, AN OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A GRAND 

DURHAM COUNCIL MULLS FIRMS' AID ........ 

COUNCIL MEMBERS TOLD INCUBATOR S HATCH BUSINESSES IN CHARLESTON 

GAY ENDORSEMENTS 

NAACP HONORS LABOR ACTIVIST AT FUNO DINNER 

GULLEY'S VERBAL JABS AT CLEMENT UNJUSTIFIED 

A BLITZ ON MAYOR AT GEORGE WATTS 

LOWE'S PLAYED BY RULES „ 

MAYOR BACKS 'INCUBATORS' FOR NEW BUSINESSES 

COUNCIL TO ATTEND CONFERENCE ON CITIES 

HERE'S COST OF A TOWERING WELCOME 

MAYOR ACTED PROPtPLV 

FFW COUNCILMEN AT DURHAM SESSION 

ONE ORUMSTICK OR TWO? 

DURHAM'S GIFTS: FOOD FOR THE 'LEAST 1 

AWARDS GIVEN IN OOwNTOWN CONTEST 

PARK, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IDEAS AMONG WINNERS 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE MAY DISSOLVE ITSELF 

UNHAPPY OFFICERS STARTED 'QUOTAS' STORY, OFFICIALS SAY 

CHRISTMAS MEMORIES LAST LONG AFTER HOLIDAY'S OVER 

GUNDFRSDORFF, JAMES M. 

THIS IS NO TIME TO TINKER WITH TAX CODE 

GUNN. ALASTAIR S. 

ggSE uSSIs lUilSIISi ?u E SEV E E T rOP S AWARENESS OF EFFECTS ON NATURE 
GUNN. ; FERN p ELMNF s T0DJy . DURH4H H[ &H TQ IN0UCI 4 tHT0 HALL OF FAME 

DURHAM HIGH, HILLSIDE GRADUATE NEARLY 350 

ENTERING HALL OF FAME 

GUNN, FERN ELAINE 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

GUNN, JIM M. 1CHAPFL HILL) ._ „ __.,. 
ORANGE MAN FACES OBSCENITY CHARGES 

ARRAIGNMENT SET FOR MAN ON OBSCFN I TY , DRUG CHARGES 
GUNN DRAWS SUSPENDED SENTENCE IN OBSCENE MATERIALS CASE 
OBSCENITY LAW TERM SUSPENDED 

GUNN, JOHN 0. ( YANCEYVILLE1 

YANCEYVILLE MAN WINS LAY AWARO 







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GUNN, MARY 

RAIN NO BLESSING ALONG FOUL- SM ELL I NG CREEK 

GUNN. ROBERT T. (CHARLOTTE ARCHITECTI 
VIETNAM MEMORIAL DESIGN CHOSEN 

1UNNELLS, DURWOOO ISTATE EMPLOYEES OF N.C., INC. I 
STATE EMPLOYEES WORRY ABOUT PAY 
STATE E M PLOYEES FACE SMOKING ISSUE 
2* SEFN AS TOP RAISE FOR N.C. EMPLOYEES 

GUNTER. JOHN PHILIP IDECEASEOI 
08 ITUARY 

GUMTER, JOSEF K. IGUNTER f. COOKEI 
IMPORTS CLOSE DURHAM plant 
MAKER OF TEXTILE MACHINERY SELLING PLANT IN DURHAM PARK 

GUNTFR.^T.^WATTS^^ H0RSEf 0F C0URSE , F COURSE, UNLESS... 

GUNTFR. TONY RAY 

TWO MFN HELD AFTER 3REAK-IN TRY 

OEPUTIES: THIEVES USE A KEY TO BREAK INTO. RANSACK HOUSE 

GUPT *J0LUMNIST PERPETUATES MYTH ABOUT SANCTIONS 
GUPTA, ^HUPENryFR T |. M rRyIN( . TQ IMpRovt SUTURE KNOTS 

GUPTON, M4C-GIE ENNETT IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

GUPTON. 6 gj F f: s „ 4J _ LQVE T0 re tire: LE.ARY ANNOUNCES NINE PROMOTIONS 

r ' URGA EX-£MPLCYEE F CALLED 'LIAR, THIEF' IN EMBEZZLEMENT TRIAL 
EMBEZZLEMENT TRIAL ENOS IN AL3UITTAL 

CURGANUS. 6 TOM JppR0VES LOv(ER HEIGHT LIMITS ON SOME BUILOINGS 
rM " BnARD*SAYS HUMAN ERROR CAUSED AIR CRASH 

GURRY MAtVsuRRENOERS TO POLICE DAY AFTER ESCAPING IN WOODS 
MAN SURRENDERS AFTER ELUDING OFFICER 

GUST *PLANNED N PARENTHOOO OF ORANGE NAMES GUSTAVESON PRESIDENT 



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S 2 3/06/86 A 1 p 'I W8? 
H 2 3/07/86 E A N 



H 2 5/13/86 A 10 



H 2 2/21/86 b 
S 2 2/20/86 A 



H 2 7/31/86 A 

S 2 3/22/86 A 

H 2 9/19/86 C 

H 2 12/20/86 C 



H 2 8/27/86 b 
H 2 8/28/86 B 



H 3 2/05/P6 B 1 
H 2 2/07/86 A 10 



H 2 5/G8/86 B 1 
S 2 5/08/86 C A 



S 2 6/05/86 C 



N S82 
N St)2 



MUNTHLY/A 



IHHMflWaffffHH 



N N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



PACc 179 
1/U9/B7 



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GUTEKUNST, JOHN 

GUfFKUNST TAKES SUDDEN SUCCESS IN STRIDE 

GUTH. WILFRED DR. 

W ,j',.9 ERM4N BANKER TO SPEAK AT OUKE 

WEST GERMAN BANKER WILL LECTURE AT DUKE 

GUTHRIDGE, BILL 

UNC GUESSING GAME: WHAT IF. ..SMITH RETIRES? 



S 2 ll/l°/e 6 D 



H 2 
S 2 



2/J2/86 B 
2/03/86 B 



r ' u,HR ^iT8J« D V4Nce •""• 



REV. (DECEASED) 



DECEASEOI 



GUTHRIE, DAWNE MANN (HAW RIVERI (DECE 
t-CAR WRECK KILLS ALAMANCE WOMAN 

GUTHRIE, MARY CATHERINE 

^5T E ,E°? D A E R R R 5 E?f R |aR T ME R F 1%IW* ° PP0NEN ' 
JUOGE RELEASE-! EX-JAILER 
EX-DEPUTY GUTHRIE RELEASED FROM JAIL 
FORMEP DEPUTY ARRESTED AGAIN ' L 

? F , N r, 4 ,!;T^. 4 , M ! N4TI0N OROEREO FOR GUTHRIE 
EVALUATION IS ORDERED FOR GUTHRIE 

GUTHRIE, RAY JR. 

Ei'fJ? !; 4N . D i 0A J E . £NT ERS DURHAM SHERIFF'S RACE 
ELECT RAY P. GUTHRIE, JR. FOR SHERIFF 
COURTHOUSE DECISION CORRECT iHtRIFF 

lHrLKlfeffi; j "">ffi'""«K is?; .,,.„„.„,.« 

ELECT RAY GUTHRIE JR. (ADI 

GK C T^E EN ui e rjN F F R |!NG H4LLENGER GU ™ R ' E FK0M SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 

^e^ , i.? l g^h c «^: g 5l^hIs fr fe ff ;d 1 operm,un 

G 3 S?SR N ,E 8i E C ^E^C R ED.°R V I , F 

GUTHRIE SUPPORTEO FOR SHERIFF 
PERSONAL INVESTIGATIONS 
ELECTION GUIDE: UURHAM CO. 
DISREGARDING RULES 
GUTHRIE IS CONCERNED 

VOTE RAY GUTHRIE, JR., SHERIFF (ADI 
ELECTION -86: DISTRICT JUDGE, SHERIFF 
SHERIFF LEA°Y WINS HANDILY wtKlff 

MA^^M*"**™ D,0N,T 4FFECT EL6CT,0N 0UTC0HE 

T^ll^TVX'' C4N ° ,giTE IN JAIL 

JUDGE RFLEASES EX-JAILER 
EX-DEPUTY GUTHRIE RELEASEO FROM JAM 
JUgNEO-JN GUN LFADS TO ARREST, ALLEGED 
Pg« M |" OEPUTY ARRESTED AGAIN 

?£? 1 , 4 .tT F X A '\ I ? 4 , r IS2„P HDERE0 F ° R GUTHRIE 
EVALUATION IS ORDEREO FOR GUTHRIE 

GUTHRIE, RAY P. MRS. 



H 2 2/08/66 U 



H 2 7/08/86 A 10 
H 2 2/10/116 B 8 



11/20/86 B 

U/20/R6 A 

11/21/86 C 

11/22/86 C 

12/11/86 B 

12/16/86 C 

12/16/86 A 



THOUGHT' OF KILLING SHERIFF 



IE. RAY P. MRS. 

GUfHRIE SUPPORTEO FOR SHERIFF 

GUTHPIE, RAY P. SR. 

ri.flif./!??. ?E FICE IN DURHAM TODAY 
ScJKSJf F .'V FS F0R SHERIFF IN DURHAM 
REPORTS: LEAKY LEAOS IN CAMPAIGN FUNDING 

GUTHRIE, STUART LEE 

CAR ROLLS OVER "-YEAR-OLD 
DOCTORS EVALUATING 9-YEAR-OLD 

GUTHPIE, W. H. 

EDITORIAL WAS CONJECTURE 
LETTER WRITER APOLOGUES 

GJTIF OBITUARY RG4RET NESBIrT IOECEASED) 

GUTMAN, LAURA T. 

DRUNK DRIVING PUNISHMENT CALLED TRIVIAL 

CUTMANN^WILLUM JULIUS (CHAPEL HILL) (DECEASEOI 

GUY, 0AV1D (WRITFRI 

w??T E R^V M N4 b C A ^y HES ^ ATIJRE 0F JOURNAL POEM 

WRITERS IN THE PARK HIT HIGH WATERMARK IN REAOING SESSIONS 

GUYTON, ANNE M, 

MORE THOUGHT NEEDED 

GWYN, LILLIE M. I WINSTON-SALEMI 

ADOPTIONS GIVF SPECIAL MEANING TO 

GHYTH Af2H^M^! DU G R &^I R E F s ° R J»!p a ^^ ° F 4 "*" 
HA, XIA VAN 

DURHAM MAN FACES SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGE 
HAAGFN, PAUL 

LECTURES ON COURT CONTROVERSIES BEGIN WITH CAMPAIGN FINANCING 
HAAS, BOB 

MARCHING BANDS MEET IN ORANGE TO MATCH THEIR OOOM-P AH-PAHS 
H4 * S ' E DDIE (ATLANTA BRAVES! 

HAAS NO LONGER BRAVES' INSTRUCTOR 

HAAS, RENITA 

FIVE 'HERALD 1 WRITERS WIN CLUB'S PRI7F<; 

ffiKS iMs'lViw^S!" " S " Si "« 
15 MEALS IN 15 MINUTES 

HABIB, PHILIP 

PRESIDENT ON SHAKY GROUND 

HABIT, TOM 



2/04/R6 C 
2/10/86 t 
3/06/86 t 
10/03/86 t 
10/06/86 C 
10/07/86 C 
10/08/86 A 
10/16/86 B 
10/16/86 C 
IU/23/86 B 
10/24/86 A 
10/25/86 A 
10/25/86 A 
10/25/86 B 
10/30/86 A 
10/30/86 A 
10/31/86 A 
10/31/86 A 
11/01/86 A 
11/02/86 D 
11/02/86 
11/02/86 U 
11/03/86 A 
11/05/86 A 
11/05/06 C 
11/05/86 C 
11/20/86 B 
11/20/86 A 
11/21/86 B 
11/21/86 A 
11/21/86 C 
11/22/86 C 
11/22/86 C 
12/11/86 B 
12/16/86 C 
12/16/86 A 



1 
1 

15 
I 
I 
1 

13 
1 
2 
1 

19 
3 



A 
2 
5 
8 
7 

11 
I 
1 
2 

16 



N T85 
N TU5 



N 

N S82 



N Tb5 

-I T85 

N M51 

N M51 

N T85 

N MM 



N M5I 

N T85 

N 

N T85 



S 2 10/31/86 A 



S 2 2/03/86 A 1 P N H03 
S 2 2/03/86 A 1 N H03 
S 2 4/29/86 A 1 N MQ6 



H 2 5/01/86 B 1 
S 2 5/01/86 C 12 



H 2 9/04/86 A A 
H 2 9/0=/86 A A 



H 2 7/19/86 C A n 

H 2 12/12/86 A A L 

H 2 3/09/86 C 2 

H 2 6/29/86 D 3 o 'J H45 

H 2 7/13/86 3 U H45 



'HOME FOR HOLIDAYS' 



H 2 11/02/86 D 8 

H 2 12/25/86 a 2 

H 2 7/18/86 A 9 

S 2 10/15/86 A 1 

S 2 7/19/86 A 17 

H 2 3/15/86 B 3 

H 2 11/09/86 C 1 P N 810 

H 2 9/28/86 B 9 N 

H 2 3/16/66 C 1 N 

5 2 3/17/86 A 1 P N 

H 2 6/07/66 C 1 N 

H 2 7/2A/86 C 1 P F HOI 

H 2 6/01/66 4 E 



N 080 



MONTHLY/AN'' 



■i U * L 
1/01/86 



HABIT IS LIAISON 

HACKEL. IRENE 

DUKE GETS SHOOT SHRIFT 

HACKETT, DINO 

B1 GOES 1ST; ACC FINOS GOING SLOW 

HACKETT, MARSHA I. 

COIMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARRESTS 

HACKETT, VIRGINIA STANLEY (DECEASED! ■ .„ ,-„„ „ „,_-.„<■ 

MRS. VIRGINIA STANLEY HACKETT, OURHAM FLORIST FOR 48 VtARS 

HACKLEY, LLOYD . 

2 MEN IK GROUP TO PROBE SHAW CRISIS 
BLACK STUDENT GROUPS «EET AT NCCU 

HACKNEY. CHARLES B. (AOCHITECTI 

PANEL SHOULDN'T OELAY REVIEW ON INSPECTIONS 

BLOODSTAINED CAR FOUND. BUT NOT DRIVER 



P D DATE 



I T 

L Y 

PG L P RYL 



S 2 3/21/86 C I N 

H 2 4/02/86 A 4 L 

H 2 4/30/66 D 1 " N CJ6 

S 2 8/27/66 C 1 N 

H 2 2/04/86 C 4 



S 2 7/16/86 A 1c 
S 2 9/12/«6 A « 



S I 6/27/86 A 



H 2 9/26/86 B 1 



HOS - ■ 

HACKNEY. MRS. MARSHALL BOTH SEEK RE-ELECTION 

A»6A POLITICIAN AMONG STATE'S CONSERVATION AWARD WINNERS 

SENATORS HAVE OPPOSITION, NONE FOR REPS. BARNES. HACKNEY 

OWNERS OF BUILDING GO TO COURT SEEKING To EVICT MASSAGE PARLOR 

GRAND JURY PROBES HELD NEEDED TO STEM ORuGS 

FAVORED PROJECTS JOLTED IN N .C . PORK BARREL CLASH 

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS ARE URGING APPROVAL OF ORPHAN DUMP BILL 

L C GISLATIVE PANEL OFFFRS PRIME EXAMPLE OF OVE R- I NOULGENC E 

BILL TO BAN PHOSPHATE DETERGENTS BLOCKED 

ALA"ANCE COUNTr-s GARBAGE DUMP BID REJECTED BY SENATE 

BILL TO FORBID ALAMANCE DUMP LOSES IN SENATE 

COURT ORDERS EVICTION OF MASSAGE BUSINESS 

MASSAGE PARLOR DROPS APPEAL 

SOMP ON ORANGE, CHATHAM BALLOTS ARE UNOPPOSEO 

THEIR VICTORIES NO PROBLEM 

DEMOCRATS ELECTED IN ORANGE 

' 4CKN 1aSTE=N E N0RTH CAROLINA COMMITTEE IS SEEKING TO REMOVE -RURAL ROT- 
STOP STRIP DEVELOPMENT 

HACKNEY, VERA MASON (CHAPEL HILLI IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 



H 


2 


1/04/86 


b 


1 


N 


046 


H 


3 


1/16/86 


b 


1 


N 


831 


H 


2 


2/02/86 


C 


10 P 


N 




H 


3 


2/04/86 


C 


1 


N 


046 


H 


3 


6/14/86 


C 


1 


N 




H 


2 


6/19/36 


A 


17 


N 




H 


2 


6/25/e6 


A 


2 P 


J 


046 


H 


2 


6/26/86 


A 


20 


N 




S 


2 


7/08/86 


A 


3 


J 




H 


2 


7/11/86 


B 


1 


N 


L4C 


H 


2 


7/13/66 


C 


9 P 


N 


046 


H 


1 


7/16/86 


c 


3 


N 




H 


2 


9/16/P6 


c 


1 


N 


W27 


H 


3 


9/24/86 


c 


1 


N 




H 


2 


11/02/86 





7 


N 




H 


3 


11/05/86 


c 


I 


N 




s 


2 


11/05/86 


A 


7 


N 


M10 



H 2 5/06/86 B 4 
H 2 5/12/86 A 4 



H 2 11/14/86 C 



HADDEN, PETSY 

NEW CAMERAS KEY PURCHASE FOR DUKE STATION 

H * D °°NCAA J MEN-S GOLF TOURNAMENT: DEACS' HADDOCK STANDS TEST OF TIME 
WHISTLE WHILE YOU WORK THEME SONG IN DEALS' NCAA CHARGE 



HAFBERLE, CAWN 

GRANVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL 



STRUT THEIR COMPUTER STUFF- 



H4G4 ' I-So^CONSTRUcHoN WORKER DIES IN FALL FROM BRIDGE IN ORANGE 
BRIDGE WORKER DIES FROM 30-FOOT FALL 

H4GAN vISITInE K UNC*PR0FESS0R VICTIM OF AUTO WRECK 
OBITUARY 

haGAN, ROB c RT LEE 10ECEASED) 

OBITUARY 



'ANAGING STRESS 



hacberg, susan 

workshop will focus on 

U4GE "thr?e college 1 leaders cited for effectiveness 

ihirty-fivc members celebrate flourishing -up-to-date- club 

"aggerty, john rhoaos (oeceaseoi 
obituary 

haf-ler. mapvin [boxer) 

real-life -rocky-: film may be made in n.c. 

hagler vs. leonard 

the fight of a lifetime a dream match 

hagler, rcss (kinstcn1 __.._ 

policemen fiho hard work in sun belt 
hours surprise police moving south 

hagood. william l. jr. 1greensb0roi (deceased; 

police report series of motel robberies in ti 

* 4H4M 8 V UNC H STU0EnT S, 1 EMPLOYEE ARRESTED IN APARTHEID PROTEST 
UNC SHANTY TORN DOWN, 13 ARRESTEO 
JUOGE DISMISSES CHARGES LODGED AGAINST PROTESTERS 



COUNTIES 



HAIDT. JAMES. P? 



IENTISTS WORK ON ROBOTS FOR SPACE 

HAIG* ALEXANDER 

HAIG SAYS AVOID PROTECTIONISM LIKE THE PLAGUE 
SOUTHERN GOVERNORS URGE -LEVEL PLAYING FIELD' 
HAIG URGES TAKING DRUG WAR 'TO SOURCE- 

HAIGLER, THEODORE E. JR. 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME CHIEF RESIGNS 

SULLIVAN LEAVES PARK FIRM 

3 TO LEAD ROU LONDON-FLIGHT BIO 

HAILS, DI CK 

COUNCIL PANEL FAVORS LARGER HISTORIC BOARD 
REHABILITATION FOCUS OF EOGEMONT OLAN 
BOND MONEY PROPOSED FOR HOUSE-BUYING AID 

HAIMFS, JUDITH RICHAROSON I PENNSYLV AN I A I 

JURY AWARD SHOWS WHY CAP ON DAMAGES NEEDtO 

HAIRR, THUMAS A. (HEART TRANSPLANT! 

DURHAM MAN HAS DUKE HEART TRANSPLANT 



H 2 12/03/86 A 12 N 
S 2 3/03/86 A 1 1 P N 



H 2 5/28/86 1 P U C49 
H 2 6/01/86 E 1 U C49 



S 2 12/02/86 C I P N S92 



S 2 4/23/86 C 1 
H 2 4/24/86 B 2 



H 2 10/12/86 C 2 

H 2 10/16/86 B 2 

H 2 3/10/86 A 6 

S 2 7/07/86 8 1 p F G59 

H 2 11/08/86 B 3 N 

H 2 5/13/86 6 6 P U H45 

H 2 12/16/86 C 2 



S 2 1/23/86 D ION "71 
S 2 6/03/86 D 1 P U 018 
H 2 8/24/86 B 3 U D71 



H 2 12/02/86 B 3 
S 2 12/03/86 A 7 



H 2 2/19/86 B 14 



H 2 11/21/86 A 1 P N 190 
S 2 11/21/86 A 1 N X50 
H 3 12/05/86 B 1 N W27 



S 2 12/31/96 A 7 



H 2 8/12/86 B 3 P N 
H 1 8/14/86 B 3 N 
H 2 9/^3/P6 B 3 P N 



H 2 1/14/86 A 3 P N 
S 2 1/14/86 A 5 N 
S 2 9/17/86 C 1 N 



S 2 2/20/86 C 1 
S 2 6/09/86 A I 
S 2 10/24/66 C 1 



S 2 4/03/66 A 4 
H 2 6/24/86 A I 



N M69 
N M69 
N H70 



E 

N C60 



m«H«Hwaaa 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/06 



INDEX 
12/3t/86 



H4 ' RS OB¥fu»ST NK "* JR- ICHM>EL H "LLI (DECEASED! 

HAITH, SHERRY LYNN (CHAPEL HILL I 
CAR WRECK KILLS 1, INJURES 3 

HAITH, TERRY L. (GUILFORD CO.) 

5S|L i^NG ?K?^ H DURHA M "o^NCr ORMAI,ON ™ JUiTI " «'«"«' 
SUPREME COURT RULING MAY SPEED END OF NUMBERED JUDICIAL SEATS 
HAITHCOCK, DON 

C N ?fY P ?HOULS'L^S U U P p S A R ?V^| RS EY S ^ORT F " * T ° URH4H,S FUT ^ 

NORTHERN CLASS RECORO SH NES """^ 

PARKING FEE HIKE PREMATURE 

DURHAM'S PARKING FEE HIKE IS TOO HIGH, COMES TOO SOON 

HAITHCOCK^OOROTHY GALBRAITH (DECEASEOI 

HM ™0BITUAR? N * 5C0TT '"ILLSBOROUGHI (DECEASED) 

HAITHCOCK, NORMAN (ORANGE CO. I 

HAITHCOCK SEEKS 3RD TERM ON SCHOOL BOARD 
NORJAN HAITHCOCK FILES FOR ORANGE SCHOOL BOARD 
f?J£t ocJSfl COMPLICATE COUNTY BOARD RACE 
EJ GHI , PE0PL E 5EEK * SCHOOL BOARD SEATS 
ORANGE SCHOOL RESIDENTS SPEAK OUT: NO MERGER 
SCHOOL MERGER DRAWS FIRE AT HEARING " 6KGER 

fallfSS 6 i I S?SSoE 1 22i8fSS T E§f F fSEl(pg?F??R EOU " T,ON 

NSJpr-3 K fN N C N UM^E^S TA irN S SC H H 0°OL 8 gSA R ?D S lE 4 A?! ""■ ""«" »« 

SCHOOL BOARD ELECTS EFLAND AS CHAIRMAN 
HAIZLIP, THOMAS M. DR. 

RESFARCHER SAYS CHILDREN UNDER 10 COMMIT SUICIOE 
HAKAN, M. J. 

^gp D ?E? E H V ^E H L H R T ALs P ^J N |cT S rr3N N S AS0D ° 

HSfirHPip?NrT0M§ E J3w R To fight hotel PL4N5 

COMMUNITY GROUP DROPS APPEAL AGAINST PLANNED HOTEL 

HAL BERT, ROGER (JACKSONVILLE! 

HOURS SURPRISE PULICE MOVING SOUTH 

HALBY, JOE 

LIVE! FROM FOREST HILLS 

HALE. OILYS 

SHE SPENT HONEYMOON IN HOGAN 

HALE, SARAH H. (VANCE CO.) 

FIVE PRE FOR VANCE SHERIFF 

HALE, STEVE ( 
ARENA GE 
HALE USE 
HALE DEL 
3 GUARDS 
SKYHALKE 
UNC'S HA 
COLLAPSE 
UNC'S HA 
INJURY-R 
LONGSHOT 
HALE, MA 
WOLF, HA 
OAUGHERT 
TIME'S T 

H4LES 0Bi'fuARY THEL8ERT ""LEASED! 

HALEY, ALEX 

HALEY: STORIES LED HIM TO SEEK ROOTS 

H4LEy 0BITUARY M '""-l-SBOROUGH) (DECEASEOI 

HALFORO, LINDA 

TRIANGLE DANCERS TAP FESTIVAL'S HFsnnorcc 
HOME-GROWN DANCE FLOURISHES AT S A gp S0UR «S 

HALKIOTIS, STEVE 

WHITTEO JOINS RACE FOR C 



BASKETBALL PLAYER) 
J S r.* c ? 4 tf JNU HEARTY DEBUT 
S DEFENSE TO THWART THIEF 
IVERS FOR HEELS— AGAIN 

UNC'S KEY 
R 

LE WILL MISS STATE GAME 
P c R J£ H Lty NG BENCHES STEVE HALE 
LE To MISS GAME AGAINST VIRGINIA 
IOOLED UNC ENTERTAINS VIRGINIA 

KNOX KEEPS SLIM LEAO 
RTIN REAOY FOR TERPS 
LE PLAY WELL WHEN UNC NEEDS IT 
Y, HALE WIN TOP BASKETBALL AWARDS 
HE BEST JUDGE OF TUESDAY'S WINNERS 



LATE FILINGS COMPLICATE 
COMMISSIONER CANDIDATES 
CANDIDATES' COUNTDOWN: C 
8 VIE FOR ORANGE COMMISS 
ORANGE CANDIDATES OUIZZE 
ORANGE RE-ELECTS SHIRLEY 
SHIRLEY MARSHALL WINS) 2 
TWO RUNOFFS SET: HARTWEL 
STUDENTS AT THE POLLS 
UNAUTHORIZED SIGNATURES 
MRS. KING: 'PARTY AFTER 
ACCUSATIONS PREPOSTEROUS 

5rrn EN J?„. W0RKED 0N THE I R °WN 

ACCUSATIONS CALLED UNTRUE 
STUOENTS HELPED ON THEIR OWN 
F ™>'M TONIGHT FOR CANDIDATES 
10-CENT TAX INCREASE IN OFFING 
COMMISSIONERS SAY ORANGE TAXES 
TWO CANDIDATES OPPOSE STARTUP 
VOTERS TO PICK TWO COMH SS ONE 
"OUPOPPOSEO TO SHEARON HARRI 
AREA RUNOFFS TO SETTLE MAY L EF 
NEWCOMERS HALKIOTIS ANO HARTWE 
NE «OMERS WIN IN ORANGE VOTING 
SOM? ON ORANGE, CHATHAM BALLOT 
THEIR VICTORIES NO PROBLEM 
D EM °CRATS ELECTED IN ORANGE 
ORANGE COMMISSIONER: LIFE HAS 
•OR. H' BRINGS PRINCIPAL'S PER 



ALEX (REP-. 
■NO-FAULT' VACCINATION PLAN CRITICIZED 



. I 



CANOIOATE SAYS 
TO JUMP 
OF SHEARQN HARRIS 

TOVERS RSES Z ' N COMMIS SIONERS RACE 
LL UNSEAT ORANGE INCUMBENTS 
S ARE UNOPPOSED 

BEEN 'ONE HYPERACTIVE MOMENT' SINCE BIRTH 
SPECTIVE TO 8OAR0 OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 



PAGE 1 1) I 
1/0^/87 



LERK OF COURT 

COUNTY BOARD RACE 

Smc, LEC J ^ RANCE ' S DIVERSITY 

ONFLICT OF INTEREST AIRED AT FORUM 

1'JN SEATS 

D ON GROWTH, SCHOOL MERGER 

MAR SHALL 

FACE RUNOFF 
L DECIOES TO CHALLENGE IN RACE FOR COMMISSIONER 

WAS BETTER THAN THE PROM' 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C PG L P 9YL 



H 2 3/21/86 A 14 
S 2 5/14/86 C 6 N 



H 2 2/08/B6 C 3 N 
S 2 6/23/86 A 1 N 
H 2 6/24/86 A 9 N 



S 2 


1/24/36 A 


1 P N M69 


H 2 


2/07/86 A 


4 L 


H 2 


5/28/86 A 


4 L 


H 2 


8/05/86 A 


4 L 


S 2 


8/05/86 A 


4 L 


H 2 


6/23/86 B 


6 


H 2 


4/30/86 C 


8 


H 3 


1/25/86 C 


1 P N W27 


S 2 


1/25/86 A 


3 P N 


H 3 


2/04/86 C 


1 N 881 


H 2 


2/09/86 B 


6 P N BIO 


H 3 


2/21/86 C 


1 N W27 


S 1 


2/21/B6 C 


1 N 


S 2 


5/02/86 A 


12 BIO 


H 2 


5/04/86 


13 N BIO 


H 3 


5/07/86 C 


1 N 810 


S 2 


5/07/86 A 


3 N BIO 


H 3 


5/08/86 B 


1 P N BIO 


H 3 


6/18/86 C 


I P N 810 


H 3 


7/02/86 8 


1 P N W27 


H 2 


4/16/86 C 


3 N 


H 3 


1/21/86 B 


1 N 


H 2 


1/22/86 C 


3 N 


H 3 


1/25/86 C 


1 P N 8Qi 


S 2 


1/27/86 A 


5 N 


H 3 


2/22/86 C 


1 N W27 


S 2 


12/03/86 A 


7 N 


H 2 


12/26/86 D 


I p G W66 


H 2 


5/07/86 B 


1 P F 


H 1 


2/05/86 B 


1 N 


H 2 


1/19/86 C 


1 U D71 


H 2 


1/26/86 C 


4 N C52 


S 2 


1/27/86 


4 P U 018 


H 2 


2/06/86 


1 P U 071 


H 2 


2/09/86 C 


2 P P K30 


H 2 


2/22/86 D 


1 ° N 


S 2 


2/22/86 A 


8 N 


H 2 


2/25/86 B 


2 P N 


H 2 


2/26/86 B 


2 P N C 52 


H 2 


3/01/86 D 


3 N 


S 2 


3/05/86 


1 P N F25 


H 2 


3/16/86 B 


1 U C52 


H 2 


4/23/86 D 


4 N 


H 2 


6/18/86 


1 P U D71 


H 2 


6/28/86 C 


6 


S 2 


9/18/66 A 14 N 


H 2 


7/27/86 C 


5 



H 2 7/15/86 C 4 
H 2 7/22/86 A 13 



2/03/86 
2/04/86 
2/23/66 
5/01/86 
5/01/86 
5/04/86 
5/07/66 
5/07/86 
5/10/36 
5/13/86 
5/14/86 
5/17/86 
5/19/66 
5/20/86 
5/22/86 
5/22/86 
5/23/86 
5/29/86 
5/29/86 
5/30/86 
5/31/66 
6/02/86 
6/03/86 
6/04/86 
6/04/86 
11/07/86 
11/05/86 
11/05/66 
U/29/86 
12/01/86 



N W66 
R L34 



BS1 
MID 

M10 
M10 
MIO 
M10 

MIO 



MIO 
MIO 



"IP 
X24 



MID 
MIO 
MIO 



HALL, ANNE (PROBATION OFFICER! 



H 2 7/02/86 B 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL I N U t X BY NAMES 

1/01/86 - 12/31/80 



PROBATION OFFICERS AVERAGE CARRYING 34 CASES TOO MANY 

HALL. BARRY LAMONT 

HAN SHOT IN CHEST DURING ARGUMENT 

HALL. CARL (FRANKLINTONI 

FRANKLIN MAN CHARGEO AFTER CHASE 

HALL. DANNY MICHAEL 

TWO MEN SENTENCED IN SHOOTING DEATH 

HALL.^ELTON^ |c| . ^^ £JST SHRINE uasTgR 

hall. elmer (hot springs) „ _ 

remote n.c. mountain inn has exclusive clientele 
mountain inn gives shelter to hikers 

hall. ethel 80y0 i0eceas6di 
obituary 

hall. frederica 

the many masks of frederica hall 

hall. gregory 

football rivalry turns romantic 

annapolis: whfrf gentlemen [and ladies) become officers 

hall. james (hillsborough) 

senior citizens find pleasure in occasional game of bingo 

hall. john hup 
obituary 

hm " l, mayeJ T hall get good reviews from tar heel scrimmage 
UNC'S attention not on citaoel? 

HEELS' ATTEMPT AT RESPECT LEFT HALL FIT TO BE TIEO 

TAR HEELS WAIT TO GET STING OUT 

TAR HEELS' HALL FINOS NICHE IN THE CLUTCH 

UNC BELTS OEACS; PACK POUNDED: HEELS' POWER OVERCOMES OEACS' METTLE 

UNC'S FENNER MAY RETURN; HALL. LOPP QUESTIONABLE 

...TAR HEELS 40-30 WIN IN WINSTON-SALEM 

DUKE CAN'T TOP WINNERS 

HALL. KAREN 

STATE TO HONOR DURHAM ARTS PROGRAM 

HALL. KEITH CRANDLE (SOPHIA) 
FELONS CAPTURED 

HALL. KENNETH D. UR . 

SMOKING HARMS NON-SMOKERS 

WE REACH FOR THE STARS 

THE UNKINO CONNECTION 

DR. GROSS A TRUE FRIEND 

GREENHOUSE EFFECT 

MUSEUM CELEBRATION SCHEDULED 

MUSEUM MAKING ANNIVERSARY PLANS 

H * LL 'C0UPL6 REFUSES TO LET JOHN DEERE START QUARREL 

"""""'eDEn'coUPLE WAS WITNESS TO TURMOIL UNDER OUVALIEk 

HALL. LOUISE (LATTA RD. NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOC. I 
NEIGHBORS SUE TO BLOCK LOWE'S ZONING 
JUDGE'S INJUNCTION HALTS LOWE'S STORE TEMPORARILY 

HALL. LUKIE ROGERS (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HALL. MAMIE C. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HALL. MARSHALL 

10TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS TO CHOOSE NOMINEE 

HALL. "APY E. IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HALL. MARY WATERS (OXFOROI (DECEASEDI __„, 

GPANVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS' EX- SUPER VI SOR MARY WATERS HALL 

HALL. NANCY 

DTI GETS OK ON PROGRAM IN NURSING 

HALL. OLIVIA MAE IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HALL. PAT ICAROLINAS CONSTRUCTION) 

APPRENTICES BUILDING CAREERS. FUTURES 

HALL. PATSY (EDEN) 

EOEN COUPLE WAS WITNESS TO TURMOIL UNDER OUVALIER 



HALL. STEPHEN P. (CHAPEL HILL) 

CORPS SHOULD RECONSIDER ITS MASThR PLAN 

HALL. STEVEN J. 

TOUGHER PENALTIES NEEOED 



HALL. TOD 

HALL WINS SCHOLARSHIP 

HALL. VEPNON H. (DECEASED) 
OBITUARY 

HALL. W. R. "BILL" (SURRY COUNTY SHERIFF! 

SHERIFF OFFERS REWARD AFTER SIGNS OESTROYED 

HALL. WINSTON R. 

MAN FLAGS TAXI, CHASES INTRUDER 

HALLAOA, RAPHAEL J. 

82N0 AIRBORNE GETS NEW COMMANDER 

HALLMAN, GEORGE 









PAGL 182 
1/09/87 


N F 
P D 


S I 

E L 

DATE C PG L 


T 
Y 
P «YL 


H 2 


4/02/86 B 


1 


•1 S80 


H 2 


6/09/86 B 


s 


N 


H 1 


6/11/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/23/86 A 14 


N 


H 2 


12/03/R6 B 


3 


N 


S 2 
S 2 


8/06/86 C 
9/29/86 a 


2 
6 


N 
N 


H 2 


11/29/86 C 


2 





H 2 


7/11/86 D 


1 P 


F W66 


H 2 
H ? 


T/20/R6 E 
12/21/B6 


6 P 
1 


F cao 

F G09 


S 2 


10/08/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


12/26/86 C 


5 





H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


8/24/86 B 
9/03/86 D 
9/21/86 B 
10/05/R6 B 
1G/05/R6 B 
10/12/86 B 
10/13/86 B 
10/13/86 D 
10/24/86 C 


5 P 
I P 

3 P 

i p 

8 P 
1 P 
3 P 
1 P 
1 


N C36 
N F25 
N C36 
N C36 
U C36 
N C36 
N C36 
P 
U C36 


S 2 


7/09/86 A 


3 


N S84 


S 2 


6/19/P6 L 


1 


N 


S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


2/27/86 A 
3/10/86 A 
4/20/P6 
5/19/86 A 
7/29/P6 A 
9/28/B6 
9/30/86 A 


4 

4 

4 T 

4 

4 

4 

4 


L 
L 
L 
L 

L 

L 
L 


H 2 


6/15/86 E 


4 P 


F J 40 


S 2 


2/20/86 A 


12 


N 


S 2 
S 2 


4/14/P6 A 
4/16/66 A 


1 
1 


N M69 
N M69 


H 2 


5/26/86 C 


2 





H 2 
H 2 


3/05/B6 B 
3/06/86 B 


6 
2 






H 2 


6/03/86 A 


10 


N 


H 2 
H 2 


6/04/86 C 
6/05/86 B 


4 
7 






H 2 


4/20/86 C 


2 





H 2 


6/13/86 B 


1 


N C60 


H 2 


7/27/B6 C 


2 





H 2 


3/02/86 B 


I 


N 046 


S 2 


2/20/86 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


6/26/86 B 


7 


N SB2 


H 2 


2/25/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


11/24/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


3/10/86 C 


3 


' N 


S 2 


5/21/86 C 


11 


N 


H 2 


7/20/86 C 


? 


n 


H 2 


10/25/86 A 


11 


N 


H 2 


5/11/86 C 


8 


N 


H 2 


11/02/86 C 


7 


N 



1X64 0- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAME'; 

1/01/86 - l3/3l7eS NAMES "f^o^BT 



HF DOESN'T NEEO SIGHT TO REACH Thf cinitu itwc 
BLIND RUNNER REVS UP FOR TOMORROW'S RACE 
BLINO RUNNER ■ INSPIRATION*"" IN -RUN FDR SIGHT' 
HALPERIN, DAVID 

nnL^SJIS FILMS 0FFER ™E UNUSUAL 
DON'T OPERATE NUCLEAR PLANT 

FORMER BELIEVERS CHANGE MINDS ABOUT SAFETY OF NUCLEAR POWER 
HALPRIN, ANNA 

■ONWARDS AND SIDEWAYS' 

THE NEXT STEP... 

,- SU ^'!2.J 0LSTICF - D'NCE TO SENO 'MESSAGE OF PEACE' 

^CL^TSE^ART^DAiJc^wiiApi filEl^" 
C^eV^TEd'a^ADE^ *P IN S^ A S^N^AL PR IN LEADS RITUAL 

H * LSLE .?;, W - E - (CHAPEL HILLI 

NEIGHBORS BAND TOGETHER TO FIGHT HOTEL PLANS 

HALTOM, ALLISON 

MS^'r'SsVpr-o'So'teT 60 SEtRET4 ^ T ° UNIVERSITY 
HAM, JON 

OAUGHTER OUTPACES DAO IN SPIRIT OF CAPITALISM 

A REOUIEM FOR A 5-CENT CUP OF COFFFF 

riS, L , EN ^ ? N TV? "» READING THE CLASSICS 

TROUBLED CONFESSIONS FROM A N<=AT-LAWN FREAK 

HE MAKES NO BONES ABOUT HIS LOVE OF CATFISH 

WEATHERING THE WAVE OF • IMH I GR ANT CHI C • 

P!cItJ . r ^ s nEAIH jug s memory" chic 

b,rf.? LE5SON: THE EXPERTS ARE USUALLY WRONG 

FINALLY, HE JOINS THE VIDEO REVOLUTION 

14TH MOVE IN 15 YEARS LI KE HEA OI NG FOR HOMF 

ADVICF TO N.C. CITY OFFICIALS? LET CATS BE E CATS 
HAM3LIN, DARLYN M. 

YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING 

PROGRAM OPENS NEW WORLD TO TEEN-AGER 
HAMBLIN, RICHARD 

PROGRAM OPENS NEW WORLD TO TEEN-AGER 

HAMBURG, OAVID A. DR. 

CAKNEGIE EXECUTIVE TO GIVE UNC LECTURF 

CARNEGIE PRESIDENT TO LECTURE ONHORLDHIOE HEALTH, BEHAVIOR 
HAMBY, DONALD W. 

SS^E p'oweVmefVs^Pt^cVheI? "" F ° R CB * BS 
HAMBY, MARK 

AN ALLERGIC REACTION: THEIR RELATIONSHIP A RESULT OF SHOTS 

H4MBV 03l'fuARY eIIH ^CEASED! 

HAMBY, WILLIAM G. JR. (CONCORD) 

g'op^no'ida't'e^wan 1 ? C-i! r°e P m P o 5ed T, f^om ,mf 

KefBeS KI^cTIo F0R 8 ™ DI^R?CT R wTn IMF 

N.C. 0EMOCRATS RECAPTURE Two SEATS IN U.S. HOUSE: ONE RACE UNDECIDED 
HAMER, MIKE 

BENEFIT CONCERT SET 

HAMILL, CARL 

STATE-CHARTEREO BANKS SAID HEALTHY 
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER 

CONGRESSIONAL 'HORSE-TRADING' 
HAMILTON, CANDY 

LET'S NOT FORGET NATIVE AMERICANS WHEN Wt HONOR COLUMBUS' VOYAGE 
HAMILTON, CHARLES V. 

BLACKS AND SELF-RELIANCE 

HAMILTON, JOYCE A. (LAWYERI 

PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF INCOMPETENT PEOPLE 
HAMILTON, MURRAY (DECEASED) 

ACTOR MURRAY HAMILTON. 63. NATIVE OF WASHINGTON. N.C. 

H * MU OB"lfuA , RY IUNE 'DECEASEOI 

HAMILTON, RAYMONO D. (GREENSBORO) 

HILLSBOROUGH ABANOONS RAISED LAKE LEVEL PLAN 

H4MIL 0?Kf,?T G iIlDI?TED ,TH 'DECEASED, 
HAMILTON, SARAH 

MATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATES PRAISE ASTRONAUT FOR HIS DEDICATION 

HAMILTON, SEBASTIAN (CHAPEL HILL) 

PEDESTRIAN, 17, DIES OF INJURIES 

HAMLFT, CHRIS C. 

^flN Q Vo^ONO D R° 5 H fRS2 U DU^lM B ' "^ CH " " ">»^ 
HOLIDAY SPIRIT LIFTS MEALS ON WHEELS 

HAMLET, CURTIS THURMAN (PITTSnnHni incrExcm 

CURTIS THURMAN HaVeT ] 'I <Tfo» MEr'maIor' ' OF P,TTSBORO 
HAMLETT, ARNOLD 

N^ L p C nLlc? N cS E EF DL }S E Bl E NAS N D P ° L,CECH,EF 
DICKEY NAMED HILLSBOROUGH CHIEF 

HAMLETT, CYNTHIA 

•HE NE ? A U P E R ? C Iu S T S '^C^I? P0UCE ESC0RTS 

HAMLETT, DENNIS 

WIDE ROWS SUCCEED 

HAMLETT, L. H. -SAM- (CASWELL CO. I 



N E 1 

P D DATE C PG 


I T 
L Y 
L P 8YL 


H 2 11/29/R6 A 1 
S 2 11/29/R6 B 1 
S 2 12/01/86 C 1 


P F C19 

N S92 

P N S9? 


H 2 2/14/86 A 
H 2 9/05/86 A A 
S 2 9/05/06 A 4 


N N50 

L 

L 


S 2 6/05/86 D 1 
S 2 6/19/86 D 4 
S 2 6/20/86 C 1 
H 2 6/22/86 C 11 
H 2 6/23/86 A 11 
S 2 6/26/86 D 9 
S 2 7/31/86 9 


P F 871 

P U R71 

P N 871 

F W66 

R L34 

R 871 

P N 871 


H 3 1/25/86 C 1 


P N 881 


H 2 6/17/86 B 3 
S 2 7/24/86 C 3 


N 
N 


S 2 2/03/86 C 1 
S 2 2/26/86 C I 
S 2 3/14/86 C 1 
S 2 4/05/86 A 3 
S 2 6/06/86 C 1 
S 2 7/14/86 C I 
S 2 7/31/86 D 3 
S 2 8/25/86 C 1 
S 2 9/01/86 C 1 
S 2 10/06/86 C 1 
S 2 11/17/86 C 1 


U H03 
U H03 
U H03 
U H03 
U H03 
U H03 
P U H03 
U H03 
U H03 
U H03 
U H03 


H 2 6/10/86 A 4 
S 2 6/11/06 B 1 


L 
P F G59 


S 2 6/11/86 B 1 


P F G59 


H 1 11/03/86 C 2 
H 2 11/08/86 A 12 


N 
P N U80 


S 2 4/23/86 A 9 
S 2 7/09/86 A 1 


N 

N X2B 


H 2 3/30/86 E 5 


P F C80 


H 2 9/25/86 B 2 





H 2 2/04/86 D 4 
S 2 8/19/86 A 1 
S 2 10/24/86 C 4 
H 2 11/05/86 B 2 
H 2 11/06/86 A 22 


N 

N 

3 N 

N 

N 


S 2 4/24/86 11 


N 


H 2 4/13/86 C 10 


U L4I 


H 2 8/09/86 A 4 T E 


S 2 10/14/86 A 4 


L 


H 2 6/19/86 A 4 


E 


H 2 4/22/86 B 1 


N B30 


H 2 9/19/86 C 5 





H 2 7/02/86 C 6 





H 3 4/22/86 C 1 


N M10 


S 2 5/06/86 C 6 


N 


S 2 1/29/86 A 1 P 


N J13 


H 2 1/15/86 B 1 


N 


H 2 5/18/86 E 3 P 
S 2 9/15/86 A 3 
S 2 12/31/86 A 4 


F H45 

N 

L 


H 2 3/22/86 C 4 





H 3 1/04/86 B 1 
S 2 1/04/86 A 15 
H 3 1/14/86 C 1 
H 3 2/05/86 B I 
S 2 3/15/86 A 13 
H 3 5/13/86 B 1 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N M10 


H 2 7/04/86 A 4 
H 2 12/14/86 E 10 P 


L 

F C80 


H 2 8/03/86 E 10 P 


U 856 



HONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



'AGE 184 
1/09/87 



CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

ONLY 2 PACES OECIOEO IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 

RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL 

CASWELL COUNTY VOTERS RE-ELECT SHERIFF SMITH 

-■amlIN, ROBERT WILLIS (TIMBERLAKE) (DECEASEDI 
081 TUARY 



HAMLIN* PON 

FANFARE: 



DURHAM DRIVER WINS 



"«"«i A. L. 

LOCAL FLAG SALES DON'T FLAG 
A.L. HAMM PARADES FLOATS 

HAMME, GWENDOLYN QUARLES (GREENSBORO) IDECEASED) 
UBITUARY 

HAMME. JOSEPH C. (OXFOROI 

MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ESTABLISHED 

HAMMETT, JAMES W. (RALEIGH! 

PFRSON RESIDENTS OPPOSE TOwNHOMES 

HAMMETT, JOHN S. 

FUNDAMENTALISTS 00 CARE FOR INDIVIDUALS 

HAMMETT, KARLA ICHAPEL HILLI . „_„ 

ONE YEAR LATER. EFFECTS OF CO-ED'S MURDER LINGER 
UNC POLICE: ALL DONE TO AVOID COED MURDER 

HAMMOND. CALVIN AND CATHY 

BABY SELLING PLOT FOILEO; ABOUCTEO INFANT RECOVEREO 

HAMMOND, CHARLES D" . 

IT'S PRESCRIPTION ONLY 

HAMMOND. DAVID IPLAY"AKERS1 

PLAYMAKERS TAKES THREE VARIATIONS ON NATIONAL THEMES 

HAMMCNO. DOROTHY 

NEIGHBORS SUE TO BLOCK LOWE'S ZONING 

JUOGE'S INJUNCTION HALTS LOWE'S STORE TEMPORARILY 

HA M MCND. DURHAM 

COTTON MILLS TOLO TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS 

"AMMCND. ELAINE MAPTELL 

COUNCIL VOTE CALLED IRREGULAR 

LOWE'S RULING A SHAKY NEIGHBOR VICTORY 

HAMMOND. J. SAMUEL 

50-BELL TUNES HAVE BECOME DUKE TRADITION 
HAMMOND CARILLONEUR FOR DUKE 

hammONO. LUTHER 

NEIGHBORS SUE TO BLOCK LOWE'S ZONING 

JUDGE'S INJUNCTION HALTS LOWE'S STORE TEMPORARILY 

HAMMOND. MARIE 

NUCLEAR POWER NOT SAFE 

USE SUN. WIND. WATER — NOT NUCLEAR POWER 
BOARD TO GET PETITION ON NUCLEAR PLANT 
CONVERT SHEARON HARRIS 

HAMMOND, TRACEY 

CHARGE REDUCED ON APPEAL OF ASSAULT CONVICTION 
WOMAN CONVICTED OF SIMPLE ASSAULT 

"AMHONOS, CLEVELAND DR. 

SCHOOL PLAN FOCUSES ON ADOLESCENCE 

SCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM SUSPENOED 

MORE PROGRESS NEEDED TO AIO RACE RELATIONS 

MIDDLE-SCHOOL SWITCH WORTH WORK, MONEY 

DURHAM FUND TO AIO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD REVIEWS PROMOTIONS POLICY PROPOSAL 

PROMOTION POLICY STUDIED 

SCHOOL PROMOTIONS: CITY INCLUDES NEW STATE STANDARDS 

SCHOOL BOAROS OK PROMOTION RULES 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

SCHOOL MERGER WILL BE TOPIC OF HAMMONOS 

DURHAM SCHOOLS, RACE OUESTIONS DRAW 300 

DURHAM SCHOOLS IMPROVE RACE RELATIONS 

HAMMONDS WILL HEAD ADMINISTRATORS 

HAMMONDS FLECTEO HEAO OF STATE GROUP 

HAMMONDS' ELECTION PRESENTS CHALLENGES 

SCHOOL BUDGET SEEKS RAISES 

COUNTY SETS JUNE 16 HEARING ON BONDS 

SIX TEACHERS OISMISSEO BY CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD DISMISSES 6 TEACHERS 

SCHOOL'S OUT! 

BUILDINGS TOP NEEDS OF SCHOOL SYSTEMS 

MOST OFFICIALS LIKE SUMMER SCHOOL REQUIREMENTS 

TEACHERS WANT SENIORITY AS LAYOFF KEY 

MONTESSORI PROGRAM SPARKS DEBATE 

TEACHERS PRESENT SENIORITY PLAN 

MCNTESSORI ACCESS WORRIES PARENTS 

HAMMONOS WANTS NEW MCNTESSORI VOTE 

HAMMONDS: ACCESS, RACE WORRIES HURT MONTESSORI 

MONTESSORI ISSUE »*r BE REVIEWED 

HAMMONDS CANDIDATE FOR CHARLOTTE POST 

OR. HAMMONDS UNDECIDED WHETHER TO SEEK NEW JOB 

SCHOOL BOARD SNUBS MCNTESSORI PROGRAM AGAIN 

SCHOOL BOARD AGAIN BARS MONTESSORI PLAN 

HAMMONDS' REPUTATION SPREADS BL-VOND CITY 

500 TEACHERS REPORT FOR CITY SCHOOL WORK 

■DOUBTS' SPUR MONTESSORI ENROLLMENT DIP 

3 OF 5 CITY SCHOOL GRADES TOP AVERAGE IN NATIONAL TESTING 

SCHOOLS TO STUDY DIP IN TEST SCORES 

COBLE. HAMMONDS INVITED TO APPLY FUR CHARLOTTE/MECKLENBURG POSITION 

DROPOUT PPUBLEM STARTS E AR LY— HAMMONDS 

DURHAM SCHOOL BONOS SPARK CONTROVERSY 

HICKS STRESSES URGENT NEED FOR SCHOOL BONOS 

RETIREES WANT TO HELP 

HAMMONDS: CITY SCHOOLS NEED MDRE, BUT BOND ISSUE GOOD START 

BONO MONEY WON'T SUFFICE FOR RENOVATION 

"PREPARE FOR OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE. VOTE YES." (ADI 

HAMMONDS: REFORMING TEACHER EDUCATION MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE 

HAMMONOS SAID CHARLOTTE JOB FINALIST 

HAMMONOS WON'T OISCUSS CHARLOTTE JOB 

CHARLOTTE SCHOOLS CONFIRM HAMMONDS' NAME ON LIST 

HAMMONOS INTERVIEWED FOR MECKLENBURG POST 

HAMMONOS: INIERVIEW WENT WELL 

DP. HAMMONDS' FUTURE RAISES MIXED EMOTIONS 

DURHAM CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS AGAIN GAUGING BUILDING NEEOS 

CHARLOTTE BOARD TO WHITTLE LIST FOR SCHOOL JOB 



DATE 



PG L P 9YL 



2/U5/86 B 

5/08/86 B 

5/13/86 B 

6/05/86 B 



7/12/86 C 
6/23/86 [1 



S 2 7/04/B6 B 1 N S27 
S 2 12/04/86 1 P F 871 



H 2 4/15/86 C 2 

H 1 5/31/86 C 1 N 

H 1 7/08/86 C 1 N SBO 

H 2 7/19/86 A 4 L 



H 2 8/24/86 C 1 'I 810 
S 1 8/25/86 C 1 P N 



H 2 12/21/86 CBN 
H 2 7/13/86 E A U 
H 2 1/31/86 1 P F W66 



S 2 4/14/86 A 1 
S 2 4/16/86 A 1 



H 2 5/08/86 A 26 



N M69 
N M fa 9 



H 2 4/14/86 A 4 L 
H 2 11/20/86 A 4 L 



H 2 6/08/86 14 N 080 
S 2 6/11/86 C 10 P N 



s 


2 


4/14/86 


A 


1 


N 


M69 


s 


2 


4/16/86 


A 


1 


N 


M69 


H 


2 


5/03/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


8/08/86 


A 


4 


L 




s 


2 


9/06/86 


C 


1 


N 


M06 


H 


2 


10/13/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 


2 


2/07/86 


A 


LI 


N 




S 


2 


2/11/86 


8 


8 


N 




s 


2 


2/01/86 


A 


1 


N 


J13 


s 


2 


2/11/86 


C 


1 


N 


S84 


s 


2 


2/18/86 


A 


4 


E 




s 


2 


2/19/86 


A 


4 


E 




s 


2 


2/26/86 


A 


t 


N 


S84 


H 


2 


3/11/86 


c 


3 


N 


A 54 


s 


2 


3/11/86 


A 


2 


N 


S84 


H 


2 


3/25/86 


C 


1 


N 


A 54 


s 


Z 


3/25/86 


B 


1 


N 


584 


H 


2 


3/26/86 


A 


2 


N 




s 


2 


4/09/86 


A 


13 


N 




H 


2 


4/17/B6 


A 


1 





M97 


s 


2 


4/17/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


s 


2 


4/25/86 


A 


1 


P N 




H 


2 


4/26/86 


C 


2 


N 




s 


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1/01/96 



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12/31/86 



YSWERS 



OPEN HIRING PROCESS SHOULO BECOME NORM 

HAMMONDS. TOM (BASKETBALL PLAYERI 
HAMMONOS IS ACC'S TOP ROOKIE 

HAMNER, JANE 

7TH-GRADERS. PARENTS SEEK 'FRIENDLIER 1 MATH 
HAMNER, W, CLAY 

MEETINGS WITH BOARD MEMBERS DEFENDEO 

COMMISSIONER RAPS TREYBURN LETTER 

HAMNER ACTIVE IN MANY HAYS 

"» M .?ER: -VOCAL CLIQUE- IS ANTI -TREYBURN 

LET'S KEEP TREYBURN'S MERITS I NPERSPEC T 1 VE 

DEVELOPER AGREEABLE TO TREYBURN CHANGES 

HAMNER LETTER DISTASTEFUL i>"A«i,t» 

CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUE RAISEO AT TREYBURN HEARING 

H^ON V cSifl?!^ ^STRUCT, v-E^ ^ IMP * CT *™ 

^ E^URN P b H ^!5E S R? E ,N?Ej Q M0 M R A fl^0R N ;A S TI^ ARER 
TREYBURN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY URGED 
BUILOERS ARE BOWING 10 TREYBLHN CHANGES 
COWSERT WINS SCHOLARSHIP 
STATE-CHARTERED BANKS SA 1 HEALTHY 
LAWSUITS THREATENED OVER PROJFCT 

!Ki: KISS!! Si L s L S R ;Kg VBURN V0TE • SLE4^Y • P0UTIC5 

MRS. HERON, BOND HAVE 'CORDIAL- TALK 
TREYBURN DEVELOPERS WENT THE EXTRA MILE 
PRIVATE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE ADDS TRUSTEES 

stESy"f^a¥ures N fuou. ?^ool SWOOL L4N0 

^.^SIs^YS OURH^/VHof. 1 "" 6 * 5 "' BV « PE ° PLE DMLY 
TREYBURN LAND'S COST OVERESTIMATED 

HAMPTON, J. WELDON OR. 

DOCTOR JOINS STAFF OF GRANVILLE HOSPITAL 

HAMPTON, LINPA CGASTPNIAI 

KIDNAPPING SUSPECT IS ARRESTEO IN GEORGIA 

HAMRICK, DERRICK 

PHOTO WINNERS GET AWARDS 

RALEIGH MAN GETS PHOTO CONTEST PRIZE 

HAMRICK, HARVEY J. DR. 

PARENTS CAN CHILD-PROOF HOMES 

HAMRICK, JAMES (HURDLE MILLS) 
MAN HELD IN CLUB CUTTINGS 
3 MEN INDICTEO FOR FATAL BEATING 

HAN YOUNG SAK, MADAM 

OLD KOREAN, NEW BALLROOM ON DANCE FESTIVAL'S CARD 

SHSgf'SZ 2i: U4L r ROC,TS EVIDENT IN SEUNG-MU 

KOREA SHARES THE WEALTH AS 'LIVING TREASURE' PERFORMS 

HANCE, MARK 

EX-HISS NORTH CAROLINA LOSES SUIT 

HANCOCK, LILLIE MAE 

HOSPITAL CARE APPRECIATED 



HANCOCK. STELLA FORSYTHE 
OBITUARY 



HANCOCK, STEVE 

f, P JI. g R I VE ONL Y H8.000 FROM ITS GOAL 

SURELY THERE'S A HUME FOR A CASTOFF STAIRCASE 

HANCOCK, WILLIAM G. "GERRY" 

^rHA^Ec;V£So8 C CH0-??E N - C - ""^MORATION 

E 
EGES 

.CLICK I. C A V I Wlj 

HANO, WAYLAND 0. (DECEASED) 

WAYLAND D. HANO, FOLKLORE AUTHORITY 

HANDOG. LEONABEL 

NORTH CAROLINIANS. ..SAY MARCOS' DECISION PREVENTED BLOOOSHEO 



""""OBITUARY*" ,DE «ASED) 



TWO MEN CHARGED IN MURDER, ROBBERY 

HANES, FREDERICK MOIR DR. 

ZOO TO NAME NEW CENTER FOR EX-PPOF 

HANES, R. PHILIP 

MOUNTAIN RETREAT IS SOLD TO STATE 

HANES, SHEPMAN 

TIP LEADS TO COCAINE SEIZURE 

HANEY, ARTHUR OR. 

TEST-TUBE QUADRUPLETS OOING WELL AT OUK E 

HANKINS, ELLIS 

ANNEXATION ISSUES OFTEN LAND IN COURTS AROUND N.C. 

HANKS, JERRY IOXFOROI 

RACING COVERAGE POOR 

HANKS .LLOVO MARCELLUS (HENDERSON) 

BROTHERS OIE IN BURNING CAR AFTER COLLISION 
HANNAH, JAMES 

MURDER SENTENCES UPHELD 

HANNAY, ROGER DR. 

UNC GROUP TO GIVE FREE CONCERT 

MANNER, BILL 

OURHAM BUSINESS GROUP TO OFFER ZONING SOLUTION 

HANNER, ROY ICHATHAM CO. I 

BOARO RACES TO BE LIVELY IN CHATHAM 
OUNLAP, THOMPSON WIN lmaimah 

HANSEN, ALAN 



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H 2 6/23/86 A 1 N W66 
H 2 6/24/86 B I R L 34 
S 2 6/26/86 D 8 R 410 



H 2 2/02/86 B 3 N W27 
H 2 12/03/86 A 4 L 
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H 2 6/18/86 C 1 
H 2 7/06/86 D 5 



S 2 1/01/86 C 9 N 

H 2 1/04/86 A 4 E 

H 2 2/01/86 C 1 N 046 

H 2 9/03/66 A 16 N 

S 2 9/03/86 A 3 N 

H 2 12/13/86 C 5 N M97 

H 2 10/29/86 A ID 

H 2 2/27/86 A 10 N 

H 2 11/06/06 B 2 

H 2 11/06/86 C 24 N 

S 2 11/21/86 C 1 N 

H 2 7/11/66 A 16 N 

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MONTHLY/ANNUAL IllUfcX BY NAMES 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



FOR WEDDING. LODGE TURNS INTO CATHEORAL 

HANSEN - PRUSS. FRANCES SHEPPARD (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HANSIEY, LEE (RALEIGHI 

WUNC APPOINTS PROMOTION DIRECTOR 

HANSON. BOBSIE ROGER 

REWARO POSTED IN FRANKLIN SLAYING 



CORPS OF ENGINEERS WILMINGTON DISTRICT TO GET NEW COMMANDER ON JULY 2 

FALLS LAKE OECISION OUE SOON 

RALEIGH. CORPS SIGN PACT ON FALLS LAKE WATER 

HARAGUCHI, KOICHI 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

HARBERT, CURTIS LANGFORO (MOOREFIELD. W.VA.I 
N.C. MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER 

HARBISON, WILLIAM JR. 

COURT KEEPS MURDER RULING 

NEW TRIAL IS ORDERED IN MURDER CASE 

VANDALS STINT HILLSBOROUGH'S WATER SUPPLY 

HAROEN. BOYD ELDER (CONNECTICUT! 

OFF-OUTY OFFICER'S ARREST BRINGS SUIT 

EX-OFFICER FILES COUNTERSUIT 

JURY TO DECIDE TOWN'S LIABILITY IN BRUTALITY SUIT 













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HA(,0E GR00m"faT-E GAVE US SECOND CHANCE H 2 10/05/86 E 6 P F H« 

H4PDE BsE"fuSN I.GNALS jj 2 2/04/86 A J L 

WASTE IN REAGAN SPENDING Jj f l:|2<S° A * 

REAGAN PAINTS OVER CLOUOS H i ?'.if.^ 



2 7/16/86 A 4 L 



L 

NOT "ONLY "'FREE 5 BUT j FAIR TRAOE' JJ f tity/H ill 

PROTECTIONISM HURTS CONSUMERS JJ \ l,\lAl l 1 l 

•CARE PACKAGES' TO LIBYA JJ \ i'/W/nt * " • 

TEACH FIRST THINGS FIRST » | VAI/rI 

IMPFACH NEVADA JUDGE JJ 2 l',ki',lt 

ALL MURDERERS ARE CRAZY JJ \ 5C°=<2? 

FEW MUROERERS INSANE " < 5/iiJ/n£ a 4 

OON'T KILL THE COWS JJ f ,n/?7/Sh A 4 

CRIME HURTS CITY'S IMAGE JJ \ S?/IJV»i A 4 L 

REAGAN SHOULD CONFESS JJ | } l>f o/S£ A 4 f 

DELIGHTED WITH SANFORD H z 12/18/H6 A 4 L 

SHE VALUES HERITAGE FROM BOTH SIDES H 2 5/05/86 C 6 P F -150 

HARDIN. BEN DR. (LUMBERTONI - .,„,,.» r 6 F N50 

LUMBEE DOCTOR SAYS HE STUCK TO GOAL H * 5/05/86 C 6 F N50 

HARDI |8Sme| L INSURANCE AGENT IS SENTENCED H 2 5/29/86 A 22 N 

HARDISON. HAROLD ISENATQRI A/n«./Rfc R 1 P P 

SMOKING IN THE SENATE JJ 1 ?<?o/Bfc I ll I 

TORT REFORM AMENDMENTS EXPECTED JJ f i><J?<2J * '? „ 2 . 40 

POSSIBLE SHOWDOWN SET ON TORT REFORM JJ 2 *^7/86 B 1 P N L40 

INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER AUTHORITY H 2 7/16/86 CI N L40 

SECOND GRANVILLE LEGISLATOR EYES LT. GOVERNOR BID H 1 10/21/86 B 1 N 046 

HARDISON, WARREN 10ECEASEDI , o/, n / nfc r 2 n 

OBITUARY H 2 9/28/86 C 2 U 

HAPDMAN, ANNE-MARIE u , .,,,,,.,, r 5 N D80 

DUKE NURSE HONOREO H z 12/28/86 C 1 N uou 

HAROMAN. DONALD JR. , ,„/,,, /„. . , c p u 

ONE OF TWO ESCAPEES RECAPTURED IN GARNER H 2 10/02/86 A 15 P N 

HAROMAN, GEORGETTA ( F AY ETT E VI LLE I . „ , =,,,,„,, r , m 

PR6GNANT STUDENT'S NOTEBOOK STOPS BULLET H 2 5/12/86 C 3 N 

JUOGE TRIPLES BOND ON STUDENT CHARGED IN SHOOTINGS H 2 5/13/86 A 9 N 

GUILTY PLEAS ENTERED IN SCHOOL SHOOTING H 2 10/03/86 A 12 N 

HARDWICK. KIMBERLY ANN IPLAIN VIEWI u , .,,,,,, row 

SHOTGUN ACCIDENT KILLS GIRL. 17, IN PLAIN VIEW H 2 7/25/86 C 8 N 

HABDW HOMOSEXUAf! L WARNED OF TOUGH TIMES AHEAD » 2 6/24/86 B 1 N A54 

HAOOY, JAMES R- H , 7/17/Bft A 4 L 

HIGH-TAX GOVERNOR JJ 2 .X'Al',*? 7 2 , 

CONSERVATIVES HURT WORKERS H z 10/23/B6 A 4 L 

H * BDV UNC E STU0Y: RACE. LOCATION FIGURE IN CHANCES OF MUROER CONVICTION S 2 6/27/86 C I N 

S 2 8/01/86 A 7 J 

HARDY, MICHAEL E. u , j/nj/D. . <, 1 

PREPUSTEROUS CONCEPT H 2 7/02/86 A 4 L 

HARDY, MORRIS (DECEASED) _ c ? <wiq/R/, A 1 N 

JOU'T KEEPS MURDER RULING S 2 5/19/86 A 1 N 

NEW TRIAL IS ORDERED IN MUROER CASE H z 5/20/86 B 3 N 

HARDY, RALPH (CHAPEL HILLI , h / ?1 /a b A 5 L 

A WEEK OF BIGOTRY H 2 6/2//B6 AIL 

HARDY, WAYNE I YOUNG MEN'S SHOPI ,„,,,. . ,. p N 

GROUP HONORS DISTINGUISHED SALES PEOPLE S 2 Z/"'"^ I ' 

ISRAEL FREEOMAN WAS A GIANT H ?, HJ!!{3! 1 ! L 

ISRAEL FREEOMAN WAS A OURHAM GIANT S 2 4/08/86 A 4 L 

DURHAM HAS JOBS FOR STEVENS WORKERS £ | SO^S 6 , f \ p p < 76 

BEAUTY MEETS BUSINESS | f J«Sj|5 F i 

MAKING THE ROUNDS I % .T/TZ/bJ \ f, p « 

THE YOUNG MEN'S SHOP I AD 1 H 2 11/14/86 A 6 P > 

H4BE, StSSy L UND?R WAY ON SCHOOLS MERGER IN FRANKLIN H 1 3/26/86 CI N S60 

HARE. G. B. (OURHAM POLICE DEPT.I 12/U7/86 C 1 N M51 

POLICE 'STING' NETS 28 ARRESTS H « 12/U'/B6 L 1 "I "Jl 



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OFFICERS USE GREED TO LURE 28 PEOPLE SOUGHT ON CHARGES 

HARE. JANE 

HOME HEALTH AIDE PROGRAM PROVIDES CARE FOR ELOERLY 



WAR BECOMES CERTIFIED LAWMAN 



HARGETTE, RON (UNION CO.) 
MAN MHO LOST LEGS IN 

MARGRAVES, FRANCES 

WOMAN OF THE YEAR 

HARGROVE. CHARLES ELLIOTT 

500 ARRESTS SEEN FROM DRUG PROBE 

HARGROVE. EVA LOUISE (1007 FAIRVIEW ST. I 

115,000 IN STOLEN GOODS RECOVERED: 3 CHARGED 

HARGROVE. LEPOY (HENOERSONI 

TEENS CHARGED AFTER BREAK-IN PROBE 
TEENS ESCAPE FROM VANCE COUNTY JAIL 

HARGROVE. RICHARD (NORLINAI (DECEASEDI 

NORLINA MAN KILLED WHEN HIS CAR RUNS UNDER TRUCK TRAILER 

HARGROVE, ROBERT LEE I FKANKL I NTON I 

FOUR PEOPLE ARRESTED ON LARCENY CHARGES 

ROVE, R 
OBITUA 

HARGROVE, VERNICE I FR ANKL INTONI 

FOUR PEOPLE ARRESTED ON LARCENY CHARGES 

HARKRAOER 



AOER, LONNA 
POLITICS OF 



HUNGER 



HARLFSS, SHARIE 

BAN LFGHOLD TRAPS 

WORLD DAY FOR ANIMALS 

N.C. SHOULD STOP ANIMAL FIGHTING 

FUR SLAUGHTERS BARBARIC 

FUR TRAPPING IS CRUEL BUSINESS 

HARLFY. MICHAEL 

2 MEN STABBED ON CANAL STREET 

HARLOW, OAVE 

NEW POLTICAL GROUP PLANS EXPAMOED FOCUS INTO COUNTY 

HARMATUK, PETE 

FOSSIL HUNTERS STRIKE 



HARMER, DOROTHY LOUISE 
OBITUARY 



IT RICH IN MINE 
(CHAPEL HILL I (DECEASEDI 



HARMS, THELMA DR. 

^ild!c 4 ^e^rS3? G der^ Eet E he S lp ,P5 T0 h0ME ch "-°-" r e curators 

CHECKLIST AIOS PARENTS 
HARP, OICK 

E A !l FA KlA r l?- |(ANSAS COACH JOINS UNC STAFF 
P.M. DIGEST 

HARP, GEORGE E. 

INMATES SAY GUARDS LAUGHED AS PRISONER SUFFOCATED 
INMATE SAYS GUAROS THREATENED TO KILL HIM 

HARPER, GIVENS 

MAN SHOT IN SHOULDER AT HOPKINS STREET HOME 

HARPER, HARRISON CURTIS (OECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HARPER. JAMES M. DR. 

I?lTS T ^J,5jn.' TH f PILL ' H4S LITTLE EFFECT ON LIFE EXPECTANCY 

BIRTH CONTROL PILL HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON LIFE EXPECTANCY, RTP RESEARCH. 

HARPER, JAY 

MAYOR WAS JUST DOING HIS JOB 

HARPER, JERRY E. REV. 

ISN'T FORCE JUSTIFIED? 

JESUS SAIO TO LOVE ENEHIES 

WE NEED TO ELECT VALENTINE, NOT MORE POLITICAL EXTREMISTS 

HARPER, KATHERINE (CHARLOTTEI 

lnf.9,?:. P4R J2 G „E 0R T R4CE • fUES 45 SENATE CANDIDATE 
£2bA TIC4l rr L £ GEN 2 S 4TQP DEMOCRATS' SENATE TICKET 
P E .¥2 C : P , AT J C ufS!!*I e r C * N0I0 * TES DIVIDED OVER GRAMM-RUDMAN 
? 4 . T K ER J?L H4RPEI ' S4rS G0D TnL0 HER T ° Er " ER R«E FOR U 
CANDIDATES GIVE VIEWS ON E0UC«TION 

OPEN N.C. SENAIE SEAT ATTRACTS LITTLE-KNOWN HOPEFULS 
GO^'SEM^'sS.TC^'R^E^^h^^^I^ SEN4 '™' 4L BRASS RING 

tiiiittv^wsuitrz? for senaie 

HARPER, RICHARD 

HUNGRY BIRDS KEEP HIS FEEDER HUMMING 



SENATE SEAT 



HARRAT, WILLIAM 

BUILDING PLANS SPARK DEBATE 

WEST DURHAM PARK LANO MAY BE SOLO 



HARRELL. ALBERTA 
OBiTUARY 

HARRELL, C. B, 
'.TTITUDF 



BOONE (DECEASEDI 



TOWARD SIN 



HARRELL, CARLTON 

SUN NFWSROOM GETS NEW SPACE 

PREVIFW 

r.o 2?!!^ NEW BUREAU IN HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH 

TAR HEELS RALLY FOR SANFORD CEREMONY 

TOURNEY CHAMPS 

ALL-TOURNEY 



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S 2 8/30/86 B 1 

H 2 3/25/86 C 1 

H 2 3/11/86 A 11 

H 2 9/13/86 A 10 



N 

N S51 

N 



H 2 5/21/86 BAN U80 
S 2 8/08/86 B 1 P N G59 
S 2 8/08/86 B I N 059 



H 2 6/08/86 B A 
S 2 6/09/86 8 



H 2 4/28/86 B 2 N 
H 2 6/06/86 A 14 N 



H 2 3/23/86 C 6 N 
H 2 11/21/86 C 12 



H 2 7/05/86 All N "97 
S 2 7/12/86 A 26 N 



HARRELL,. ,CJ NO Y n t MODEL I 



HARRELL, DOROTHY (NEW HANOVER CO. I 

WRONG NAME ON BALLOT IN 2 COUNTIES 

HARRELL. KEITH 



S 2 8/05/86 A 



H 2 3/31/86 A 4 L 
S 2 8/01/86 A 4 L 
S 2 10/09/86 A 4 L 



H 2 1/14/86 A 1 P N L40 

H 2 2/05/86 A 4 E 

S 2 2/28/R6 A 10 N 

H 2 3/26/86 B 3 N 

H 3 4/10/86 A 22 P N BIO 

S 2 4/23/86 A 6 N 

H 2 5/01/B6 b 1 N L40 

H 2 5/04/86 1 P N L 40 

H 2 5/07/86 A 1 P N L40 

H 2 5/07/86 A 10 C N 



S 2 7/28/86 C 1 P N S33 



5 2 11/21/86 C 1 N H70 
S 2 12/29/86 C 1 N H 70 



H 2 5/19/86 A 6 
H 2 8/07/86 A 6 L 



S 2 7/14/86 A 1 P N M06 

S 2 8/07/86 C 11 P P R76 

S 2 11/03/86 C 1 P N 

S 2 12/10/86 A I N H09 

S 2 12/31/86 A 1 P P L38 

S 2 12/31/86 3 P P L38 



H 2 5/18/86 A 15 P P R 76 
S 2 11/04/86 A 1 N 



MONTHLY/ 



I N i X 
- 12/31/86 



NAMES 



PA'.C 183 
1/09/87 



THE 0»RK SIRE OF FURS 

HARRELL. TIM 

R0UGE«0NT PROJECT UNDER WAY 

BEAUTY "EETS BUSINESS 

COUNCIL DENIES 12.000 REQUEST FOR '96 PAGEANT 

CITY CEMES FUNDING PLEA FOR " I SS DURHAM PAGEANT 

COUNCIL CORRECTLY NIXES PAGEANT GIFT 

JAYCEES WON'T HOLD PAGEANT NEXT YEAR 




ROSE WINS 8TH TERM 

N.C. CEMOCRATS RECAPTURE TWO SEATS IN U.S. HOUSE; ONE RACE UNDECIDED 

ROSE TO -TAKE ACTION- OVER BALLOT ERROR 

PRICE IS TOP SPENDER IN CONGRESSIONAL RACES 

HARRIMAN. AVERELL 

BORN TO STATESMANSHIP 

HARRINGTON. J. J. "MONK" (SENATOR! 

MAJORITY BLACK OISTRICT CHOOSING 9ETWEEN BLACK. WHITE SENATOR 

SEN. HARRINGTON SURVIVES STRONG CHALLENGE FROM BALLANCE 

EX-LEGISLATOR GETS PAROLE 

JORDAN STAYING OUT OF PRO TEM RACE 

JORDAN IS NEJTRAL IN PRO T E» RACE 

BARNES-HARRINGTON CLASH OIVIDES N.C. SENATE 

HARRINGTON WINS SENATE PRO TE» RACE 

HARRINGTON. JAMES 

LEGISLATURE OCCUPYING BUREAUCRAT 

TRANSPORTATION HEAO: GAS TAI NOT ENOUGH FOR ROAO NEEDS 

AIRPORT. RAILROAO USER FEES EYED 

HIGHWAY LEGISLATION IS PROPOSED 

HARRINGTON EXPECTS HIGHWAY PROGRAM WILL BE APPROVED 

OFFICIAL SAYS GOV. MARTIN MAY CALL SPECIAL SESSION ON HIGHWAY HEEDS 

UNC CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPER FEES SET 

TRAFFIC JAM STIRS SCHOOL BUS DE3ATE 

INTERSTATES STUDIED FOR SCHOOL-BUS SAFETY 

RED MILL ROAD TO BE DISCUSSED 

DECISION ON RED MILL ROAD WORK NOT EXPECTED THIS YEAR 

RED MILL ROAD OECISION may BE MADE NEXT YEAR 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS SEC DROPS INSIDER TRAOING CHARGES 

HARRINGTON. JIMMY (HONCUREI (DECEASEDI 
TRAIN KI LLS TWO BOYS 

HARRINGTON. JULIUS RAY INEW HRLI 

5C0 ARRESTS SEEN FROM ORUG PR3BE 
ORANGE ARRESTS MAOE IN ORUG ROUNDUP 

HARRINGTON. RICHARD IDECEaSEOI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. ALMA TOOMER I OECEASED I 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. ANITA 

•BROWNCOLLAR SCIENCE 1 



OPENING UP: MORE WOMEN ENTERING FIELD OF GEOLOGY.. 



FALCONS 00 IT AGAIN 
ANOTHER GRAND TRIP 

HARRIS. P. J. 

EOITORIAL ON TARGET 

HARRIS. ". J. MRS. 

UNFORTUNATE CHANGES 

HARRIS. BETTY JO 

COUNCIL COVERS UP FIRE. POLICE COSTS 

CLEMENT TRAVELS RIGHT ROAD IN PROBING POLICE-FIRE CHANGE 

SEPARATE SERVICES NEEDED 

HARRIS. BOP 

AHOY, DESTROYER ESCORT SAILORS 

HARRIS, BOP (RADIO SPORTS ANNOUNCER! 

THE DEVIL'S ADVOCATE: BOB HARRIS GIVES FANS THE LOwDOWN 



HARRIS. BOP IRALEIGHI 

CUTTING U.N. BUOGET 



HARRIS. C. CRAIG 

NUCLEAR MEDICINE SEEMS TO TURN BODY INSIDE OUT FOR INFORMATION 

HARRIS. CAROLYN IOECEASEPI 

MAN PLEAOS GUILTY. GETS FOUR "ONTHS IN SHOOTING DEATH 

HARRIS. DONALD OR. 

BIG CITY HAS '0L0 COUNTRY OOCTOR' 

HARRIS. DONALD E. 

TEARS. FEARS. SPIRIT PART OF ARMY RECRUITS* TRAINING 

HARRIS. DOROTHY GLENN 

WOMAN CRITICAL. AFTER SHOOTIUS; BOYFRIEND CHARG C D 

MAN CHARGED WITH MURUFR 

WOMAN SHOT IN HEAD OIES: CHARGE CHANGED TO MURUER 

OBITUARY 

hapkIS. ENGRESS LORRAINE 

ASSISTANT BAPTIST MINISTER IN WAKE FOREST SLAIN 

HARRIS. FRNEST 80Y0 IWARREN CO.! 

•, " >,'.jti! it- FxPECTE; i'. .*;-;-. 
WILLIAMS WINS RACE FOR WARREN SHERIFF 

HARRIS, ERVIN LEE IOECEASEDI 

OBITUARY 

HARRIS. FVERETT CARL SR . IDECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS, EWING S. 

CRIMESTOPPERS OFFICIALS CITE SUCCESS 

•BONOS' TOTALING 511,800 PLEDGEO TO CRIMESTOPPERS 

•JAIL ANO BAIL- A GREAT SUCCESS 

HARRIS. FADINE M. 

SON SEARCHES FOR EVIDENCE IN FATHER'S DEATH 



N E 
P 


OATE 


S 
E 
C 


PG 


I T 

L Y 
L P 


9YL 


H 2 


12/03/"6 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 

S 2 
H 2 
S 2 

H 7 

S 2 


2/17/86 

7/24/96 

11/04/96 

11/04/96 

11/36/86 
12/12/96 


A 
C 
C 
8 

A 
C 


5 
1 

1 

1 

4 
I 


N 

P p 
P N 

N 

c 

N 


W32 
S76 
S51 
H70 

W82 


H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
h 2 
S ? 
S 2 


1/23/36 
2/34/96 
4/23/96 
10/22/96 
11/05/96 
11/06/86 
11/06/86 
12/31/86 


A 

A 
C 
B 
A 
C 

c 


13 
4 
9 
7 
2 

22 

4 

13 


N 
'I 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 




H 2 


7/31/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 

H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


3/24/96 
5/09/86 
11/02/86 
11/21/86 
11/22/86 
12/10/86 
12/17/86 


A 
A 
C 

c 

D 
C 
B 


13 
16 
4 
9 
5 
11 
2 


N 
N 

P N 

P N 

P N 

J 

N 




S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 


1/24/86 

1/21/86 

3/15/96 

3/27/86 

4/23/86 

6/18/86 

7/11/96 

10/10/86 

10/14/96 

11/02/86 

11/06/86 

11/06/86 

12/03/86 


C 

A 
C 
A 
A 
B 
C 
A 
A 

c 

A 

c 

B 


14 

3 

16 

24 

12 

2 

1 

12 

4 

6 

24 

12 

I 


J 
N 
P 1 
N 
N 
N 
•1 
J 
E 
N 
N 
N 
N 


"97 

M97 
L41 


h 2 


4/28/86 


B 


i 


N 




H 2 

S 1 


5/15/86 
5/15/86 


A 
C 


19 
1 


N 
N 




h 2 


3/11/86 


c 


2 







H 2 


9/05/86 


B 


4 







H 2 


3/31/86 


B 


1 


o M 


80 


S 2 
S 2 
S 2 


11/01/86 
11/04/96 
11/11/86 


B 
B 



2 
3 

2 


P U 
P N 

P u 


= 15 
915 
915 



H 2 7/02/96 A 4 
H 2 1/09/96 A 4 



h 2 11/05/96 A 4 
S 2 11/07/86 A 4 
H 2 H/10/96 A 4 



H 2 5/27/96 A 4 L 

H 2 3/02/86 1 p F C19 

h 2 3/3l/»6 A 4 L 

H 2 8/12/86 B 5 N T60 

H 2 10/14/86 B 3 N 

H 2 9/01/86 e 3 'I 

S 2 9/25/96 C 1 P F T(J5 



H 2 12/09/86 B 9 

S 2 12/03/96 C 1 N 

H 2 12/09/86 C 6 N 

H 2 12/10/96 C 6 



h 2 12/09/B6 C 6 



H 1 2/05/86 E 1 
H 1 5/09/86 B 3 



H 2 10/03/86 C 6 
H 2 4/11/86 C 9 



S 2 1/29/86 C 1 N T85 
S 2 11/17/86 A 7 •! 
H 2 11/25/96 A 4 L 



H 2 6/11/86 A 4 



MUNIHLY/A 



H ** " f §S I TUARV E HA,CHER "DECEASED! 



N N U A I 
1/01/86 



I N t A 
12/31/86 



HUH 

AMES 



PAGt 11') 
1/09/87 



HARRIS. FANNY 
HAS THIS 



A MESSAGE? 



H4l ""0M?LIARY NCE C0URTNEY "CHAPEL HILL) 

H A R «'S. FRANCO (FOOTBALL PLAYERI 
TAKING A BREAK 



IDECEASEDI 



HARRIS. FRANK 

FILLING SANTA'S SUIT FUN 



. BUT IT'S NO PIECE UF CAKE 



HARRIS. FREO 

N.C. MAY LIMIT BASS SIZE AT LAKE 

""""OBITUARY 714 B * 'DECEASED! 

HARRIS. GEORGE (CHARLOTTE) 

15-YEAR-OLD GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR TWO MUROERS 

H * RR, Sfr5!8 R S6 ltS9FiSSfi 0l 59t ioeceaseoi 

VICTIM OF GUILFOR0 JAIL BEATING 0IES 

»2 MILLION LAWSUIT FILED OVER DEATH OF JAIL INMATE 

H4,,R I5. GEORGE WILLIAM (WRIGHTWOOD AVENUE! 

POLICE CHARGE DRIVERS W! THOWI AFTER WRECK 

HARRIS. GROVER (LOUISBURG, N.C.I 

SOME OLD DOWNTOWN THEATERS STILL OPEN 

HARRIS. HAL DR. 

JUDGE LABARRE RECEIVES PRAISE FOR HIS CONCERN OF CHILDREN 
HARRIS. HAROLD J. 

CHILD PSYCHIATRIST FIRST IN N.C. 

DEPRESSION IN CHILDREN 



HARRIS, I. ». 

TEER GETS *20 MILLION ARMY CONTRACT; LOOKING MORE TO CAROLINAS FOR 



"CHIP" 
S J2C 

REV. 



IS. J. C. ... 
pENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION WILL ELECT PRESIDENT 
HUMPHREY ELECTED HEAD OF GENERAL BAPTIST GROUP 



., c SIT 

N E E I Y 

P DATE C PG L P *YL 



H 2 1/05/86 B 2 

H 2 2/04/86 A 4 L 

H 2 9/09/86 A 6 

H 2 5/18/B6 A 15 P P R76 

H 2 12/24/86 C 1 P N S80 

S 2 9/30/86 A 1 P N W82 

H 2 12/25/86 B ? 

H 2 12/20/86 A 9 N 

H 2 2/01/86 B 3 N 
H 2 2/16/86 B 5 N 

S 2 1/01/86 C I N 

H 1 9/06/86 C 1 P N SdO 

S 2 4/28/86 A 4 L 

S 2 3/03/86 b 1 P F S27 
H 2 12/03/86 A 6 N C80 

WORK H 2 3/30/86 C 16 N L41 

N 



IS. J. 0. "JERRY" JR. 
GRANVILLE PEOPLE COMPLAIN ABOUT TAXES. SECRECY 

H4 " RI 03ITUa5y E TAYLDR 'DECEASED! 

HARRIS. JAMES R. (ONSLOW ST. I 

SurVm^mSn SENTENCES EoTs^-IbSs! ^ gBfci ^ ' 5 «»" 

^"^ob^r^ininc^KrIm^^f^^d^^c^Iwell 
harris. jerome 

DURHAM PEOPLE AT WORK: MAN RAISES SHINE ON SHOE WITH ONE HAND 

HAPRI ^.^? E ct,Sy IS '«• IANC-IER AVE.) 
CHASE ENDS WITH MAN'S ARREST 

2 mfn with guns rob steak house 

H """rjRIT'uARY HAM ' >T0N "JOHNNIE" (DECEASED! 

HARRIS. JOHN LACY (FflOTBALL COACH) 
HARRIS NAMED PERSON COACH 
HILLSIDE HOSTS PERSON WITH NEW CONFIDENCE 

HARRIS, JUDGER (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS, KEITH F. 

ELON COLLEGE FILLS Two NEW POSTS 
HARRIS. LAREF STRICKLAND (WARRFN n 1 

NO RUNOFF? ARE EXPECTED IN WARREN 

WILLIAMS WINS RACE FOR WARREN SHERIFF 

"""'obituary"* 16 C * 'DECEASED! 

HARRIS. LAWRFNCE S. OR. 

•LYING-IN-ROAD DEATH 



H 2 10/28/86 B 3 

S 2 10/30/B6 C 6 N 



H 2 12/17/86 CI N S80 

H 2 11/05/86 C 8 



H 2 2/27/86 B 1 N S82 

S 2 2/27/86 C 3 N 



H 2 7/26/86 C 3 N H60 

S 2 3/10/86 B I P N G59 



H 2 5/26/86 A 6 
S 2 5/26/86 C 1 



H4BF ", S A„!=P n ENZA (OECEASEOI 
LORFNZA HARRIS 



OLD SOUTHERN CUSTOM? 
LONGTIME TEACHER 



HARRIS. LUCY 

l*^2 R , ,NG 0UR DIFFERENCES 
EXERCISE FOCUS OF HEALTH FAIR 

HARRIS. M. E. 

OFFICER INJURED IN WRECK 
CHARGE FILED IN ACCIDFNT 

HARR 'S l , ,rr A i;., l T AR 9 l ;.'> A P0UER t L IGHT | 

?H£ LEJR TESTING OK'D FOR SHEARON HARRIS 

SHEARON HARRIS DRILL TE1HED 'OVERALL A SUCCESS; • 

HARRIS. MARION REX 

KINNEY CAMPAIGN SAIO NOT EFFORT TO UNDERMINE SANFORD 

HARRIS, MARY IFARMERI 

SURVEY: SMALL FARMERS FIND IT TOUGH TO SURVIVE 

HARRIS, NATHAN 

Sn"H AR "HrS 2 AN M 'SSING IN FRANKLIN 
2?; y f.* R " 0L D FRANKLIN MAN STILL MISSING 
MISSING FRANKLIN MAN IS FOUNO IN THICKFT 
FRANKLIN MAN IN GUARDED CONDITION 
ELDERLY MAN FOUND IN THICKET DIES 

HABR '5!TM A J l ? A t(JE | - EOWARD "POOKIE" 

WITNESS RECALLS FIGHT BEFORE FATAL SHOflTINr 

B^ensVrIs'ts B'&KriHE r «" mI " 

JURY CONTINUES DELIBERATING IN DURHAM MURDER TRIAL 



H 2 2/04/86 C 



H 2 5/14/86 D t P N C 36 
H 2 9/25/86 4 N 085 



H 2 5/01/86 B 2 
H 2 5/02/86 C 8 



H 1 9/24/86 C 1 



H I 2/05/86 B 1 N 
H 1 5/08/86 B 3 N 



H 2 9/19/86 C 5 

H 2 7/01/86 A 2 N 

H 2 12/16/86 C 2 

H 2 6/24/86 A 4 L 

S ? 9/25/86 A I P N M06 

H 2 4/27/86 C 5 N 

H 2 4/28/86 B 3 N 



IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED 



H 2 10/25/86 A 1 
H 3 10/30/86 B 4 



H 2 1/31/86 B 5 
H 2 4/12/86 C 1 



H 1 9/13/86 C 1 

H I 9/16/86 C 1 

H 1 9/17/86 C 1 

H 1 9/18/86 B 1 

H 1 9/20/86 C 1 



N M10 
N 



H 2 3/13/86 C 22 N S82 

S 2 3/13/86 C 3 N 

? I VAHU A l6 1 S82 

S 2 3/L4/86 A 10 N T85 



MONTHLY/* 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



I N t X 
12/31/86 



NAMES 



HARRIS CONVICTED OF MUROER i SENTENCING SLATED MONDAY 
MURDER SENTENCING IS MONDAY 
HARRIS GETS IS YEARS FOR MURDER 
HARRIS GETS IS YEARS FOR MURDER 

HARRISi OLLIF (D-CLEVELAND CO. I 

MAN-TO-MAN DEAL SETTLES LEGISLATIVE SNAG 



N.J.I I0ECEASE01 



HARRIS. ORA B. (IRVINGTON, 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. OTHO 

RESIOFNT CHARGED WITH SHOOTING MAN IN APARTMENT 
SHOOTING VICTIM IN STABLE CONDITION 

HARRIS. PAUL 

CHILD ABUSE PROGRAMS 

HARRIS. PAULINE BAOGETT (DECEASED! 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. PETE (OECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HARRIS. RALPH (DEVELOPER! 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL DENIES BIO FOR VARIANCE 

HARRIS. RAY 

BUSINESS OWNERS FIRST HAD A DREAM 

HARRIS. RICHARD LESTER JR. (flOXBOROI 

PAIR CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OFFICERS 

HARRIS, ROBERT IUNC-CHI 

REGULATION OF TANNING PARLORS CONSIDERED 

UNC STUOY: MERGFRS BENEFICIAL FOR ALL SIOES 

TAKEOVERS BFNEFIT SHAREHOLDERS OF BOTH COMPANE I S--UNC STUDY 

CAROLINA SKIES ARE NOT FREE FROM POLLUTION 

HARRIS. ROBERT EARL I MORR I S V I LL E I 

DRIVER FACING MULTIPLE CHARGES 
MORRISVILLE HAN IS CHARGED WITH DWI. 

HARRIS. ROBE"! EDWARD I HI LL SBOROUGH I 
ARRESTS MADE IN TAVERN RAIO 
RAID AT TAVERN NETS 3 ARRESTS FOR DRUGS 

HARRIS. ROBERT J. REV. 

REV. HARRIS TO TAKE PART IN PROGRAM 

HARRIS. RODNEY IGREENSBOROI IDECEASEOI 

SPEEDING TROOPER ANSWERING CALL HITS. KILLS TEEN 
N.C. TROOPER WHO KILLED TEEN BICYCLIST NOT CHARGED 
TROOPFR WON'T FACE CHARGES IN ACCIDENT 

HARRIS. RONNIE (LOUISBURGI 

BREAKING. ENTERING CHARGES F IL EO 



2 TRAFFIC OFFENSES 



HARRIS, ROSIE 

IT'S FAITH THEY RELY ON: 



NEWLYWEDS SAY IT KEEPS RELATIONSHIP STRONG 













PAGt no 

1/09/87 


N F 
P D 


DATE 


S 

E 
C 


I 

L 
PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


BYL 


H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
S 2 


3/15/86 
3/1S/86 
3/18/86 
3/18/86 


A 
A 
B 
A 


13 
5 
3 
5 


N 
N 
N 
N 


S82 
S82 


H 2 


7/16/86 


C 


1 


N 


046 


H 2 


4/26/86 


b 


4 







H 2 

S 2 


9/06/86 
9/06/86 


A 
C 


14 
1 


N 
N 




H 2 


11/20/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


8/07/86 


c 


16 







H 2 


7/17/86 


6 


2 








H 1 8/06/86 C 2 M K68 
H 1 10/1 1/86 C 1 P N 
H 2 8/11/86 A 9 N 



H 2 3/04/B6 B 5 

S 2 9/17/B6 C 1 

H 2 9/21/86 D 1 I 

H 2 12/2S/86 B 1 



H 2 1/21/86 B 1 
S 2 1/22/86 A 9 



HARRIS, SHFARON IDECEASEOI 

SHEARON HARRIS PRACTICED LAW BEFORE RUNNING CPCL 

HARRIS. STEVE IGUIOANCE COUNSELORI 
COUNSELOR LIKES SMART WOMEN 

HARRIS. STEVEN W. (OWASAI 

LESS MEANS MORE LABOR AT WATER WORKS 

HARRIS, TERRY A. IRALEIGHI 

2 INJUREO IN CRASH OF PLANE 

HARRIS, TODD 

TODD HARRIS NAMEO TEACHER OF THE YEAR 

TEACHER OF YEAR CITES AID FROM FORMER MENTORS 

SHOPPING MALL CLASSROOM 

CLASSES IN THF ROUND 

TEACHERS OF THE YEAR SERVE AS INSPIRATION 

COUNTY'S TEACHER OF THE YEAR VIES FOR STATEWIDE TITLE 

SOME TEACHERS MOONLIGHTING TO PAY BILLS 

DURHAM COUNTY TEACHER OF YEAR HAS CONTAGIOUS PASSION FOR LEARNING 

HARRIS, VINSON IOECEASEOI 

PRISONER SUFFOCATES AFTER HOUTH TAPED 

DOCTOR: PRISONER SMOTHERED AFTER HIS MOUTH WAS COVERED 

INMATES SAY GUARDS LAUGHED AS PRISONER SUFFOCATEO 

INMATE ASPHYXIATION UNDER STIPY 

DURHAM DA TO ASK ABOUT JURISDICTION IN DEATH OF BUTNER FEDERAL PRISONFR 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY EYEING JURISDICTION IN PRISONER'S DEATH 

COBEY QUESTIONS SLOWNESS IN PROBE OF INMATE DEATH 

DAS ON HOLO IN SUFFOCATION OF PRISONER 

INMATE SAYS GUARDS THREATENED TO KILL HIM 

STATE JURISDICTION RULED IN INMATE DEATH 

FAMILY OF INMATE WHO SUFFOCATED FILES 13 MILLION CLAIM 

CASE OF INMATE'S SUFFOCATION GOING TO FEDERAL GRAND JURY 

GRAND JURY STUDIES INMATE DEATH 

PROBE CONTINUES IN INMATE'S DEATH 

GRAND JURY HEARS EVIOENCE ABOUT DEATH OF PRISON INMATE 

GROUP SAYS RACE BIGOTRY SPAPXED VIOLENCE, CRIME 

GUARD INDICTED IN SUFFOCATION OF PRISONER DURING TRANSFER 

GUARD BELIEVES HE IS NOT GUILTY, HIS LAWYER SAYS 

HARRIS, W. W, WALT "KNIFE TRAOER" 

OLD 'KNIFE TRADER' HARRIS WAS SHARP, BUT A CHICKEN OUTFOXEO HIM 

HARRIS, WANDA 

HER HIGH SCHOOL BRUSH-OFF LEO TO OCTOBER WEOOING 

HARRIS, WILLIAM 

MAN BURNED IN KITCHEN FIRE 
DURHAM MAN SUFFERS BURNS 

HARRIS, WILLIAM IHOLLOWAY ST. I IDECEASEOI 
AUTOPSY SET IN MAN'S OEATH 
MAN FOUND IN APARTMENT DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES 

HARRIS, WILLIAM HENRY "RAT" IDECEASEDI 
OBITUARY 

HARRISON, ANNIE TILLEY IOECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HARRISON, AVERY OARRELL (DECEASED! 

BALTIMORE MAN DIES IN CREEDMOOR WRECK 
OBITUARY 



N 



H 2 1/14/86 C 
S 2 1/14/86 A 



S 2 10/02/B6 C 5 P N 



H 2 7/13/B6 C 14 
S 2 7/31/86 C 4 
H 2 8/01/86 A 14 



1/04/86 B 
8/31/86 E 
6/30/86 A 
9/22/86 A 
7/22/86 B 
6/16/86 B 



10/21/66 6 

10/21/86 C 

1 1/1S/86 B 

11/18/86 C 

11/19/86 A 

11/21/86 B 

11/25/86 C 

11/26/86 C 



3/09/86 C 

3/26/86 A 

4/28/86 B 

5/17/86 A 

5/22/86 A 

5/22/86 B 

5/31/P6 C 

6/05/B6 B 

6/06/86 A 

6/12/86 B 

8/09/86 A 

8/25/86 t 

8/27/86 A 

9/12/86 A 

10/30/86 C 

12/11/86 C 

12/19/86 A 

12/20/66 A 



711 

A 54 
C80 
881 



N B85 
P L20 



H 2 6/08/86 C 1 U L57 
H 2 10/12/86 6 5 P P 7.11 



H 2 12/04/86 C 14 
S 2 12/04/86 C 9 



S 2 1/14/86 C 1 
H 2 1/15/86 A 1 1 



H 2 1/17/86 C 
H 2 9/23/86 C 



H 2 12/23/86 C 
H 2 12/24/86 A 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



HARRISON, CHARLIE (GREENVILLE! 

ECU'S HARRISON STRUGGLING FOR JOB SECURITY 
HARRISON, DIANE 

HOMF-SCHOOLING OFFFFRS ADVANTAGES 

HARRISON^.XON^OSS^R^.TAYLORSVILLE, .DECEASED, 

WILKES PLANE CRASH LEAVES TWO DEAD 
HARRISON, JOCY 

REAGAN'S AERIAL BATHROOM DOESN'T IMPRESS JOOY, 9, BUT 2 KITCHENS.. 
HARRISON, KELVIN V. WRAY (HENDERSON I 

KIDNAPPING CHARGE FILED IN HENDERSON 
HARRISON, NOEL 

HARRISON: 'NOISES OFF' TRUE TO LIFE ON STAGE 
HARRISON, PATRICIA (FLORIDAI 

<>a POUNDS OF MARIJUANA FOUNO IN TRUNK OF CAR 
HARRISON, POBERT 

HOSPITAL HELICOPTER SAFE — COORDINATOR 

H4RRI M^flNr?HE l ^R 5TON - SALEM ' 

HARRISON, THOMAS (HEART TRANSPLANTI 

DURHAM MAN HAS OUKE HE U IT TR AN SPL ANT 

HARR 'obituISy M * s RERIUN ,chape l h illi (OECEASEDI 

HARRISON, WAYNE (BASEBALL PLAYERI 
DURHAM BULLS '86 L '"' 
BOOMER OR BURST 

h2SS715n HR R g{5griuMI Stf" BULLS * B0QST 

F^AR^ s'eTyVb'oOMEr' "» 
HARRISON, LAMB LOOK ELSEWHERE 

HARRISON. WILLIAM (INVESTMENT BANKERI 

FIRM MAKES OFFER FOR SOUTHLAND PARK 

HARRISON, WILLIAM M. JR. 

HARRISON NAMED TO BOARD 
U.S. LAWS CIRCUMVENTED 

HARRISS, RICH (HENDERSONI 

POSTAL WORKERS IN AREA GIVE SANTA HELP WITH LETTERS 
HARROD, KEITH 

OUT-OF-TOWN OEVELOPERS SEEN MOVING TOO FAST 
HARROP, R. ALAN OR. 

SHIFT IN MENTAL CARE BURDENS N.C. PRISONS 
HARRY, JACKEE 

WINSTON-SALEM ACTRESS MOVES FROM -ANOTHER WORLO' TO '227' 
HAPSHAW, HENRY MERCER (OECEASEDI 

N.C. STATE GETS BEOUEST FROM FLA. DEVELOPER 

H4RT, rttEf 4 ?2 E 2J A,,ES (HENOERSONI 

TEENS CHARGEO AFTER BREAK-IN PROBE 

HART, RROAOIE (DECEASEOI 
OBITUARY 

HART. DOUGLAS 

OFFICERS CHARGE 2 WITH ROBBING MAN 

""''OBITUARY " SAMME " HOLTON (OECEASEDI 

WOMAN FOUND DEAD OF WOUND FROM GUNSHOT 



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HART. GARY (SENATORI 

HI! REMFM8ER THE LAST ELECTION? 
HART LOOKS UP FROM P T C <"'•' 

FREE MAILING ABUSED 

fA^OR3»?{N C A^^'^R}V T ?AS{lrGN C I. E TE R L8^rH £ RR ^ANTEED PERSONALLY 

HART, JANICE 

ILLINOIS IS BLUSHING 

HART, JOHN T. OR. 

COURT REFUSES TO EXPAND LEGAL DEFINITION TO INCLUOE FETUS 

HART, MARY JOHNSON 

HONORARY CHAIRMAN NAHED FOR OUKE FOUNOERS' SUCIETY 
HART, »AUL IHOPKINS ST. I 

HAN SHOT IN SHOULDER AT HOPKINS STREET HOME 
HART, RQLANO 

TIP REVEALS MAN HURT IN STABBING 

H4PTE 0BItWry S HESrER ,0 -CEASEDI 
HARTE 0BIt5ary H RH0DES (DECEASEOI 

HAPTEL, sandy 

GIRLS' SPORTS COVERAGE 

HARTE 5' ". RUSSELL DR. 

BRAIN WAVES STUDY SET FOR REAOING DISABLED CHILDREN 
HARTFORO, JOHN 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

HARTFORD SHOW A MUSICAL RIVERBOAT UPON A DARK NIGHT AT PAUL GREEN 
HARTLEY, AL (ARTIST) 

»FfER YEARS WITH MARVEL. ARCHIE. COMIC BOOK ARTIST DRAWS ON BIBLE 
HARTLEY, CHARLIE (IREOELL CO. I 



N E 
P D 



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H 2 



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H 1 



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5/02/86 C 
8/13/86 A 



2/21/86 A 
2/22/86 C 



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H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 3 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 

H 2 



10/09/86 A 

9/15/86 A 

1/14/86 A 

6/07/86 B 

9/27/86 C 

4/10/86 A 

6/24/86 A 

11/05/86 C 

4/10/86 B 
4/11/86 A 
7/07/86 
7/19/86 D 
7/28/86 B 
12/10/86 D 
12/14/86 B 



6 P N A 54 

12 N 

11 P N W66 

9 N 

1 N L90 

23 P P 

1 N C60 

8 



2 P F 

1 P P K 30 

2 N B15 

1 N G50 

2 P N G5<1 

3 P N 

10 P N G50 



S 2 4/03/86 A 1 N M69 



S 2 
H 2 



5/02/86 C 
12/12/86 A 



H 1 

H 2 

S 1 

S 2 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 

S 2 



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S 2 



H 2 

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H 3 

S 2 



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H 2 
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H 2 
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12/16/86 C 

10/19/86 F 

3/28/86 A 

10/31/86 C 

3/14/86 A 

2/15/86 C 

3/06/86 B 

5/15/86 C 

6/02/86 A 
6/02/86 C 

1/08/86 A 

1/09/86 A 

3/04/86 A 

10/22/86 C 

10/22/06 C 

12/03/86 A 

3/27/86 A 

4/02/86 A 

2/01/86 C 

10/12/86 C 

3/23/86 C 

8/19/86 C 

4/27/86 C 

3/09/86 C 

5/07/86 A 

9/21/86 C 



6 N 
4 L 



1 N S80 
1 P N 
5 N 



N 



4 T T R56 

4 E 

4 E 

1 N L40 

5 N 



H 2 
H 2 



10/24/86 D 
10/31/86 



9 P F 

3 P R M20 



S 2 9/20/R6 A 5 P N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY NAMES 

1/01/86 - 12/31/36 



PACE 1*1 
1/09/97 



no arrests *>aoe in shooting of deputy 

hartman, arthur a. 

soviets aio taxpayers with cuts at embassy 

hartman, marilyn 

bring people downtown first 
duke employee wins awaro 

hartnessi "uth m. (vance co. i 

five pre for vance sheriff 

vance sheriff could face runoff 

bullock calls runoff for vance county sheriff 

mcghee wins vance sheriff's race 

hartney, richard 

abortion opponentsi supporters divided over economics 

haptsfielo. andy 

helms aide investigating fbi actions 

haptsock. jeff 

new faces help state's espositq find answers 

haptwell, john (hillsborough) 

late filings complicate county 30ard race 

commissioner candidates reflect orange's diversity 

orange poard ordinance embarrassing 

ordinance requires amenities 

candidates' countdown: conflict of interest aired at forum 

8 vie for orange commission seats 

orange candidates quizzed on growth. school merger 

orange re-elects shirley marshall 

shirl c y marshall wins; 2 face runoff 

two runoffs set: hartwell decides to challenge in race for commissioner 

walker seeks commissioner runoff: denies conflict-of-interest charge... 

candidates endorsed 

f"rum tonight for candidates 

10-cent tax increase in offing. candidate says 

commissioners say orange taxes to jump 

two candidates oppose startup of shearon harris 

voters to pick two commi ss ione ks 

group opposed to shearon harris endorses 2 in commissioners race 

area runoffs to settle may leftovers 

newcomers halkiotis and hartwell unseat orange incu-bems 

newcomers win in or'nge v01ing 

some on orange, chatham ballots are unopposed 

their victories no problem 

democrats elected in orange 

new commissioner has done homework 

human services panel shoulo have fewer agency directors... 

maptwell. tyler 

rti awaroeo contract for 'quit smoking' effort 
cities chosen for ant i -sm0k1 wi study 

hartze-a, abraham g. dr. 

computer revolution helps pharmacists warn of drugs 
study: some need help in following doctor's orders 

hapvaro. carlisle c. 

students cure for 'international illiteracy' 

harvard. jpseph rev. 

dcia president wants forum on durham's future 
moderate clergy group backs gulley 
religious groups backing mayor 

hapvey. anthony e. 

2 chapel hill employees to receive state awards 

harvey. earl 

duke short-handed in spring game 

harvey rewrites the record book 

eagles hope harvey's ar- ticket to winning season 

harvey fop heisman: low budget, big goal 

eagles fall despite record-setting night 

eagles' numbers add to confidnece 

eagles fly, but not 3uite to victory 

eagles take to the ground in trapping th t 

eagles' line digging in to protect harvey 

harvey, eagles have sights set on playoffs 

eagles want revenge 

battle of obs strictly one -s id ed. . . l i ke win 

fanfare: "arvey a finalist 

harvey eliminated from list 

north dakota state ob wins har lon hill trophy 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P BVL 

H ? 7/01/86 A 8 N 
H 2 10/28/86 A 4 E 



H 2 9/10/86 A A 
H 2 10/12/86 C 8 



HE BEARS, 50-17 



HARVEY, GARRY 1G°EENSB0R0I 

TWO GREENSBORO MEN BRIGHTEN 



'CHRISTMAS HOUSE' WITH 3,500 LIGHTS 



HAPVEY, KATHLEEN 

WORK TIES UP SOME PARKING AT R AL E I G*- DUP H AM AIRPORT 
REPAIR WURK TO CREATE RDU PARKING PROBLEMS 

HARVET, PAUL (RADIO NEWSCASTER! 

PATROL SAYS IT'S FINE STORY BUT IT OlDN'T HAPPEN HERE 

haRV c Y, PHILLIP 

MAIL TO DEPUTY LED TO PROBE OF ORANGE FIRM 
ORANGE COMPANY INOICTEO ON FELONY OBSCENITY COUNTS 
ADAM C (y( OFFICIAL INO'CTED FOR 12 FELONIES BY ALAMANCE 
N.C. DISTRIBUTOR INOICTEO OVE» SEX VIDEOTAPE 
PORNOGRAPHY BIG BUSINESS IN N.C. 
AOAM C EVE PRESIDENT WAIVES ARRAIGNMENT 
AOAM C EVE LAWYERS ASK DISMISSAL OF CHARGES 
JUDGE DELAYS OECISION ON MOTION IN ADAM L EVE CASE 
L»„yep: AOAM c EvE RAID CREATED 'CONCENTRATION Camp ATMOSPHERE- 
judge upholos search of aoam c eve premises 

hapvey. w. scott 

state cculd save on health 

mapv1n, davio rev. 

relief from church council 
theology and business 

hapvin, oscar jr. 

man charged with burglary 

HARmaRO, RITA 

GETTING THE KEY 

HASENFUS. EUGENE 

SLOPPINESS SUGGESTS CIA WAS NOT INVOLVED 
NICARAGUAN JUSTICE ICARTOONI 



CA=E WITHOUT CONSULTANT 



2/05/86 b 1 

5/08/86 B 1 

5/10/86 C I 

6/04/86 C 1 



S 2 10/15/86 C 5 J 
S 2 12/11/86 C 11 N 
H 2 5/13/86 C I P N C52 



S 2 

H 2 



2/04/06 C 
2/23/86 B 
4/U/»6 A 
A/17/86 A 
5/01/86 B 
5/01/86 A 
5/G4/R6 D 
5/J7/86 A 
5/J7/86 A 
5/1D/86 C 
5/13/86 B 
5/20/86 C 
5/28/86 C 
5/29/86 S 
5/29/86 C 
5/30/B6 E 
5/31/86 C 
6/02/96 C 
6/03/86 A 
6/04/86 A 
6/04/86 A 
ll/02/"6 
U/05/96 C 
11/05/86 A 
U/30/96 C 
12/03/86 B 



391 
MID 



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N -10 

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N MID 

N 

N M10 



N M10 

N -10 

N 

N -10 

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N Mtn 

N M10 
N -10 



9/26/86 A 
9/27/86 A 



S 2 3/19/86 A 6 N 

H I 3/20/96 B 3 N U8C 



H 2 12/08/86 A 



H 2 


1/25/96 A 


7 P N A2D 


S ? 


7/14/»6 A 


1 N ?95 


H 2 


7/15/86 C 


1 N <5« 



S 2 9/30/86 B 



H 


2 


4/06/86 


B 


9 




N 


C36 


s 


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3 


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F 


P52 


H 


2 


3/26/96 


D 


16 


p 


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8/28/86 





I 


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H 


2 


9/31/86 


b 


1 


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H 


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9/01/96 


D 


2 


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H 


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9/07/86 


E 


1 


p 


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H 


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9/26/86 


C 


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10/23/96 





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S 


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10/23/86 


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11/16/86 


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11/26/86 





A 


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b 


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N 




H 


2 


12/12/86 


c 


7 




N 




H 


2 


U/21/86 


c 


3 




N 




H 


2 


1/22/96 


B 


3 




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H6D 


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1/23/96 


A 


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H 2 1/28/86 A 



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5/31/B6 


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1 


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H 


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8/15/86 


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8/19/K6 


A 


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11/04/86 


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H 2 9/20/86 A 



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N 420 



S 2 7/25/86 C 1 N 

S 2 9/26/86 A 14 P P S76 



H 2 10/24/86 A 
H 2 10/25/86 A 



4 T 



HUHHH 

" DATE C PC L P BVL 



CONTRA POLICY CALLED A C ONTR A- DT C T I ON 

FASCINATED BY THE BIZARRE UILIION „ 2 11/10/86 A 4 L 

?cf^ E L°5I EC * ™R°KS OBJECT AT REACAN (CARTOON! u I W,°-,V,H } J , § 

RFLFASE OF HASENFUS HAS PROP AG ANOA COUP 2 I ?{"/ 86 A 4 T T R56 

CHRISTMAS WISHES FROM REAGAN TO OR TEGA I C ARTOON I (J | ||J||J|| J 5 T T C 50 

HASIK. MICHAEL PETER 

7 OUKE STUOFNTS CHARGEO WITH MAKING PHONY LICENSES S 2 U /Ob/ab C 1 N 

HASKFLL, BARBARA 

CREEK FESTIVITIES ARE MOUNTAIN OF FUN 

WINNERS ANNOUNCES ' DF FUN H 2 11/11/86 B 2 P u H45 

GUILO EXHIBIT CHOICES EXPRESSI ONI STIC , BOLD 3 2 11/28/86 D 11 P u G6» 

HASKINS, ALPHONZO (OECEASEDI 

OBITUARY H 2 6/02/86 L 2 

H 2 8/03/86 C ? n 
HASKINS, BRYANT 

N.C. TEXTILES IMPROVE, BUT OFFICIALS STILL FEAR IMPORTS S 2 12/11/86 B 6 N 

HASKINS, DOUG (BUTNERI 

CONNIF GOINS EARNED PRAISE 



HASKINS, LINDA (BUTNERI 

CONNIE GOINS EARNED PRAISE 

HASKINS, OTHA (DECEASEOI 



2 4/14/86 A 4 L 
2 4/14/86 A 4 L 



_ARY 
OBITUARY H 2 4/06/86 C 2 



HASKINS, REGINALD WAYNE 

16 CHARGED WITH GAMBLING 

HASKINS, RON DR. 
POOR 



2 4/08/86 C 2 
H 2 2/09/86 8 1 



m 9 R ',I?.15. E ,^ T 5 L i CK C *THERS OUTPAY MIDDLE