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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLIN1ANA 


CR071.5 
D96i 
1986 
SUBJECT A-H 



UNIVERSITY OF NX. AT CHAPEL HILL 



■ 



00040646266 
FOR USE ONLY IN 
E NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 



ION 




Form No. A-368 







An index to: 

Durljom ittorning 2-fcralD 
THE DURHAM SUN 





Subject Index 
January-December 1986 



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

ISSN 0741-0328 




IK 

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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 INDEX: 

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. 

ORGANIZATION: / 9 2 

B i . 

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 

MMap 

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 CARSON, 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 



By-line numbers beginning with X denote reporter 
combinations. 



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REGULAR COLUMNS AND FEATURES 



FEATURE 



NEWSPAPER 



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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 



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N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 1 

1/09/17 



C A HAIR STYLE SHOP 

MASKED MAN ROPS HAIR STYLING SALON OH GUe SS ROAD 
DEPUTIES SAY 'DOCTORS' HAWK 'HEALING CARPET* 

C P (HILLSBOROUGH. N.C.) 

HILLSBOROUGH AtP TO CLOSE MAY 24 
HILLSBOPOUGH GROCERY CLOSING ON MAY 2 4 

E P (UNIV. DRIVEI 

STORE'S BREAK-IN ACTUALLY BREAK-OUT 
GUNMAN ENTERS CAR, SHOOTS MAN, GETS CASH 

C T STATF UNIV. 
SEE N.C. ACT STATE UNIV. 

-A-A ELECTRICAL CO. (RALEIGHI 

COURT SAYS BIO-RIGGING SETTLEMENT DID NOT BAR FEDERAL PROSECUTION 



H 2 5/15/P6 A 17 
S 2 i/2'./fb A 3 



H 2 5/02/86 B 4 
S 2 5/02/66 A 11 



H 2 9/22/P6 A 1«. N 
S 2 9/22/86 C 1 'I 



H 2 4/16/66 B 



SEE AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION 

AB VOLVO 

SEE ALSO VOLVO 

GM, VOLVO PLAN JOINT VENTURE IN GREENSBORO 

ABC (AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO. I 
SUPPORTING THE SOVIETS 

ABC BOARD 
SEE N.C. 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 



S 2 8/16/86 C 1 N 
H 2 3/06/86 A 4 F 



ABC LAWS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

THE PENALTIES 

HIGHER ORIMUNG AGE MAY POSE PROBLEMS. ALCOHOL AGENT SAYS 

19- AND 20-YEAR-OLOS DOWN LAST LEGAL BOOZE 

ORINKING-LAW PROTEST OAMAGES BUSINESSES 

10 TO 15 FROM MELEE ARRESTED 

9 CITATIONS ISSUED FOR ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF BtFR 

A3C STORES 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ABC 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO WINE 

ABC STORES SUFFER UROP IN SALES, PROFITS 

APPROACHING COMPLETION 

APE B007E POSTERS INCREASING ABUSE? 

KING VOTERS DEFEAT ABC STORE PROPOSAL 

AFL-CIO 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR ANO CUNGRESS UF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 

AGP MANAGEMENT CORP. 

SEE ATLANTIC MANAGEMENT CORP. 

AIDS 

SEE ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

ALAN (ASSEM. ON LIT. FOR ADOLES. OF THE NAT'L COUN. OF TEACHERS OF ENGLISH! 
EDITOR: CENSORSHIP LIMITS THINKING 

ALL-TEL CORP. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

AMO (AGE-RELATED MASCULAR DEGENERATION) 
SEE ALSO BLIND 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
AMD CAUSES BLINDNESS IN SENIORS 

AMP CORPORATION 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN AIRLINES 

AIRLINE SELLS FOOD-SERVICE FIRM 

AMTRAK 

SEE ALSO THE CAROLINIAN 
SEE ALSO SILVER STAR 

PROPOSAL MAY PUT CAROLINIAN BACK ON TRACK 

RIDERS KEEP TRAIN ON TRACKS 

FEDERAL BUOGET MAY KEEP TRAIN OFF RAILS 

CLOUDY FEDERAL BUDGET PICTURE MAY KEEP CAROLINIAN OFF TRACK 

HOW MUCH FOR AMTRAK? 

AMERICA SHOULD NUT ABANDON AMTRAK 

PASSENGER REMOVED FROM AMTRAK TRAIN 

N.C. OFFICIAL SAYS CAROLINIAN STALLED THROUGH JUNE 

SILVER STAR CRUSHES 'SILVER BULLET' 

TRANSPORTATION GUIDE UPOATEO 

RIFLE GRENADE TAKEN OFF TRAIN 

GRENADE ON TRAIN NOT LIVE — EXPERTS 

TRAIN KILLS TWO BOYS 

JURY AWARDS BRAIN-INJURED WOMAN SI. 9 MILLION IN TRAIN-CAR WRECK 

DURHAM BILL LIST ASKS AMTRAK FUNDS 

CONSIOER 'PRIVATIZING' AMTRAK 

PASSENGER TRAIN ERA IS ENDING FOR HENDERSON 

ALL ABOARD AMTRAK IAD! 

PLEA MADE IN AMTRAK CASE 

ARPANET (ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY I 
SEE ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF DEFENSE 

TRIANGLE COMPUTER UNIT AODS NETWORKS 

ATCT COMMUNICATIONS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES, INC. 
SEE ALSO AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

ATCT COMMUNICATIONS UF THE SOUTHERN STATES, INC. I AD I 

ATEC SOUTH, INC. 

INDUSTRY PROSPECTS: FLA. CO. EXPECTED TO BUY ALUMINUM PLANT IN R0X30R0 
COMPANY BUYS ROXBORO PLANT, WILL START TAKING APPLICATIONS 

AZT ( AZIOOTHYMINE I 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUNE OEFICIFNCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME DRUG SHOWN TO GIVE SHORT-TERM HELP FOR AIDS 

BURROUGHS AIDS DRUG PROMISING 

BURROUGHS' TESTING AIDS DRUG 

SENATOR'S AIDS DRUG CLAIM QUESTIONED BY RESEARCHERS 

SENATOR'S REMARK ON AIDS DRUG DISPUTED BY COMPANY 

AIDS DRUG TESTS REVEAL 'NEW INFORMATION" 

AIDS DRUG MAY GET HEALTH SERVICE NOO 

BURROUGHS DPUG REDUCES AIDS DEATHS 

•TENS OF MILLIONS' SPFNT TESTING AZT 

PHONE LINE OPENED FOR AZT QUESTIONS 

BURROUGHS' AIDS DRUG FREED FOR USE 

GROUP: AZT TO COMPLICATE RESEARCH 



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H 2 4/25/86 A 11 

H 2 5/26/8o B 2 

H 2 6/05/86 A 14 



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INDEX 
12/31/96 



SUBJECTS 



triangle orug heats op aids hotline. research 

aids orug raises ethical issues 

fda approves broader use of d= ug for aids patients 

fda approves guidelines for burroughs- aids drug 

rti receives contract for testing aids drugs 

institute gets 54. 4 million contract cor aids studies 

new aids drug puts spotlight on antiviral research 

ouke grants to study aids. alzheimer's 

researcher to be guest on radio show 

shortages expected in "87 of burroughs' aids orug 

a. e. f1nley founoatiun, inc. , _ , 

philanthropist's bequests include gifts to schuols 

a, h. robins co. 

important notice regarding the oalkon shield... iaoi 

youth hospitalized after oriwing turpentine-tainted cough medicine 

a. j. fletcher educational and opera foundation inc. 
see also opera 

foundation to aid shah 
canal? gets music scholarship 

a. l. stan8ack miodle school 

see stanback middle school iorange county! 

a. t. williams oil cohpany. inc. 

oil ccmpany sues over use permit 

judge says town wrong to set special conditions on use permit 

abandoned children 

see child abandonment 

ABBATE £ COMPANY 

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

A8BGTSW00D AT STONEHENGE 

SEE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMES 
THE BENCH MARK 
DURHAM'S 65-AND-OLDER POPULATION !S 10* AND GROWING 

ABBOTT CREEK (N.C.) 

REPORT: LAKE TO REMAIN TAINTED 

AbOOMINAL PREGNANCIES 
SEE PREGNANCY 

ABERDEEN. N N.C. f H4ZARDr]us H4S TES ON HOLD IN M ORE COUNTY TOWN 
CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICAL FOUND IN ABERDEEN WELLS 
EPA TO BURN CONTAMINATED SOIL IN ABERDEEN 

ABLE MACHINING AND ELECTRUN1CS CO. -.,.„,- . „ t 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING 14 MILLION AT VENTURE '86 

ABORTION 

SEE ALSO ABORTION CLINICS 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO PIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ABORTION RIGHTS ACTION LEAGUE (NARALI 

SEE ALSO N.C. COALITION FOR CHOICE 

SEE ALSO N.C. RIGHT-TO-LIFE. INC. 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO PRO-LIFE POLICY 

SEE ALSO ROE VS. WADE 

N.C. ABORTION OPPONENTS SAY VICTORY DRAWING NEARER 

DEMONSTRATORS MEET 

DEMONSTRATIONS MARK 1973 ABORTION RULING 

13TH ANNIVERSARY OF LEGALIZEO ABORTION CELEBRATED 

WOMAN WHO HAD TWO ABORTIONS SPEAKS AGAINST THEM 

PRO-CHOICE AOVOCATES: WOMEN WILL DECIOE ISSUE 

ABORTION FIGHT PRODUCES MEANNESS. NOT WINNERS 

WOMEN HAVE BEEN MISLED 

■ROE' MAY BE OVERTURNED 

PROBLEMS IN ADOPTION 

QUESTIONABLE CONCLUSION 

BACK TO THE ALLEYWAYS 

CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATIONS 

ANTI-ABORTION GROUP SUPPORTS FuNOER»uRK 

DEMOCRATIC SENATE CANDIDATES OIVIOED OVER GRAMM-RUDMAN 

RESEARCH URGED ON BIRTH CONTROL 

LEGALIZED ABORTION BRINGING LASTING BENEF I T S-- SOC I OLOG I S T 

MEETING TO AIR ABORTION ISSUE 

SHARED RESPONSIBILITY 

SUPPORTERS PRAISE COURT'S DECISION BACKING ABORTION 

SOME LEGISLATORS TRYING TO HALT ABORTION FUNDS 

$435. MILLION SPENDING BILL HITS MAJOR ROADBLOCK 

ABORTION REPORTING BILL PASSES STATE HOUSE 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS WARN AGAINST CONSERVATIVES 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL IS AUTHORIZED TO STUDY TEEN-AGE PREGNANCY 

ANTI-ABORTIONISTS ARE WRONG 

'RESPECT SEX' COURSE IS NEEDED IN SCHOOLS 

ABORTION STATEMENTS READ IN WHITE SUPREMACIST'S TRIAL 

COMMISSION TO MEET FOR VOTE ON ABORTION 

TOUGH LOVE WORKS 

PETITIONS PROTEST ABORTION FUNDING 

ABORTION RIGHTS LEADER CAMPAIGNS IN STATE 

ACTIVITIES OF GROUP FOCUS OF FILM 

EVANGELIST CALLS FOR ABORTION HALT 

TV EVANGELIST SAYS ABORTION THREATENS U.S. 

FALWELL SAYS ABORTIONS. LIKE SLAVERY, SINFUL 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL ASKED TO DEFINE ABORTION POLICY 

AMEN Tg FALWELL 

HOSPITAL'S ABORTION POLICY QUESTIONED 

ABORTIUN-SLAVERY COMPARISON INSULTING 

LIST PREGNANCY SERVICES 

STATE-FUNOEO ABORTIONS REMAIN A OIVISIVE ISSUE 

ABORTION OPPONENTS. SUPPORTERS DIVIDED OVER ECONOMICS 

ABORTION RULE SAID NOT FINAL 

NEW ABORTION POLICIES OK'D 

BAPTIST SKIRT FLOOR FIGHT OVER ABORTION 

ABORTION RIGHTS NO LONGER POLITICAL DEATH, ACTIVISTS SAY 

BAPTIST DELEGATES SAY ABORTION DEBATE WAS LIMITED 

FETUS HAS RIGHTS. TOO 

THERE'S NO =XCUSE 

MAN 15 MADE TO LIVE 

PARENTAL CONSENT TO BE SOUGHT FOR N.C. ABORTIONS .___._.. 

PARENTAL CONSENT URGED FOR MINORS REQUESTING STATE-FUNDED ABORTIONS 

ABORTION CLINICS 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

ABORTION CLINIC FIRES IN CHARLOTTE, OHIO STUOIEO FOR LINKS 
WOMAN WHO HAD TWO A3QRTI0NS SPEAKS AGAINST THEM 



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9/29/66 


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10/Q1/86 


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S / 


10/01/86 


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10/07/86 


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10/03/86 


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10/21/66 


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12/31/86 


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11/20/86 


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S ? 


1/15/B6 


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4 


A 




H 2 


3/24/86 


A 


13 


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H 2 7/20/86 C 3 
S 2 11/12/86 A 19 



1/23/86 B 
4/15/86 C 



W27 
W27 



S 2 5/14/86 C I N M(,9 
H 2 5/15/86 B 7 N 



H 2 8/10/86 F 1 
H 2 9/29/86 B 1 



S 2 8/26/86 C 10 



H 2 3/06/36 A 11 
H 1 11/22/86 C 3 
H 2 12/04/36 A 19 



H 2 5/ll/°6 C 11 



1/22/96 C 
l/22/e6 A 
l/23/e6 A 
1/23/36 B 
l/23/»6 B 
1/23/96 B 
1/24/96 A 
1/29/86 A 
1/30/86 A 
2/04/86 A 
2/05/96 A 
2/05/86 A 
2/24/86 A 
2/27/86 A 
2/29/86 A 
4/11/86 B 
4/23/96 C 
5/13/86 C 
5/29/86 A 
6/12/86 A 
7/04/86 A 
7/12/86 
7/12/86 A 
7/14/36 A 
7/16/86 B 
7/16/86 A 
7/20/e6 
7/22/86 A 
7/25/86 A 
9/17/86 A 
9/19/86 B 
9/24/86 C 
9/26/86 C 
9/27/96 A 
9/27/86 C 
9/28/86 C 
9/28/»6 C 
10/02/96 A 
10/02/86 A 
10/08/86 A 
10/C8/86 A 
10/10/86 A 
10/15/86 C 
10/16/66 C 
10/31/86 A 
1 1/13/66 A 
11/14/86 A 
11/14/86 A 
11/26/66 A 
11/29/66 A 
12/16/66 A 
12/30/86 A 
12/31/86 C 



A54 
310 
310 



N P38 

N 3 30 



8 P N 046 

I P N 

1 P N 046 

1 N 



I 

14 
16 
21 



7 
12 



1/04/86 A 
1/23/66 6 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PACE 3 
1/09/87 



STATE-FUNDED ABORTIONS REMAIN A DIVISIVE ISSUE 

I FUNNY LOOK AT REAL-LIFE SITUATIONS 



ABOUT LAST NICHT (FILM! 
•ABOUT LAST NICHT. 



ABSENTEE BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO WRITE-IN BALLOTS 

VOTERS ABROAO BIG FACTOR. PARTIES AGREE 

CARRBORO GETS 1-STOP VOTING SITE 

TWO ORANGE OFFICES TAKING ABSFNTEE BALLOTS FOR MAY 6 

ABSENTEE BALLOTING TU START ON MAY 27 

ORANGE ABSENTEE VOTE TIPS GIVEN 

ABSENTEE BALLOT DEADLINE NEARS 

NOV. 4 ABSENTEE BALLOTS NOW AVAILABLE IN ORANGE 

GRANT JURY INDICTS FORMER YANCEY COUNTY SHERIFF 

VOTE RECOUNT WON'T STOP BRITT'S CHALLENGE 

8RITT WANTS UIFFERENT BALLOT CHECK 

COBLE PICKS UP TWO VOTES; RECOUNT CONTINUES 

PARTIAL RECOUNT GIVES COBLE A 79-VOTE LEAO 

BRITT-CCBLE RECOUNT COSTLY 

COURTS REJECT BRITT'S INJUNCTION REQUEST 

ABU NIDAL GROUP 

SEE ALSO PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 

COMBATTING TERRORISM: WE CANNOT BE RELUCTANT 
THIS MADMAN HONORS THUGS AND MUROERERS 

ABUNDANT LIFE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY 
SEE ALSO ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

NEW ASSEMBLIES OF GOO CHURCH BEGUN; 



POLITICAL FORUM IS SCHEOULED 



ABUNDANT LIFE: HOME FOR LIFE 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADULESCENT 

SPIRITUAL BATTLE WON, SAYS ABUNDANT LIFE OPERATOR 

ABUSED WOMEN 

SEE BATTEPED WOMEN 

ACADEMIC FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 

HOOLIGANS CRUSH FREE SPEECH 

UNC-GLAXO DEAL INDICATES SECRET RESEARCH 

UNC FACULTY COUNCIL ADOPTS REPORT SEEKING MORE POWER 

INSTRUSION FROM CONGRESSMEN 

PANEL BEGINS EXAMINING PUBL I C- PR I VATE RELATIONSHIP 

ACADEMIC HELP CENTER 

UNIFORM PRESENTATION 

ACADEMIC ATHLETES 

PROGRAM BLtNOS FUN. LEARNING 

SPAULDING WINS CHAMPIONSHIP 

TOP TEAM 

QUALIFIED TEACHER 

ACAOEMIC TENURE 

SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO PROFESSORS. U.S. 

GLUT, SHORTAGE. PAY EROOE FACULTY STATUS 

ACADEMY AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SUN. MOVIE BUFF OF THE YEAR CONTEST 
ENTER THE MOVIE BUFF CONTEST 
R.C. SMITH PICKS THE WINNERS 
OSCARS NO FANTASY FOR HIM 
AND THE WINNERS ARE... 

THE ACCELERATORS IMUSIC GROUPI 

ACCELERATORS BURN RUBBER WITH FUN RAUNCH 'N' ROLL 

ACCESS. NORTH CAROLINA 

GUIDEBOOK LISTS STATE TRAVEL SITES FOR HANDICAPPED 

ACCIOENTS (GENERAL) 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. ACCIDENTS 
MAN HURT IN MISHAP SUES MANUFACTURER 
CONFERENCE TO FOCUS ON WAYS TO PREVENT INJURIES 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

SON SEARCHES FOR EVIDENCE IN FATHER'S DEATH 
BUSINESSMAN IN DURHAM DIES IN PLANE CRASH 
MRS. BOOTH, MOTHER OF CRASH VICTIM 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS, JETS, N.C. (MILITARY JETSI 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. EMERGENCIES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. SAFETY 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 
SEE ALSO DRUNKEN FLYING 

PLANE LANDS ON ITS NOSE 

BOARO SAYS HUMAN ERROR CAUSED AIR CRASH 

2 KILLED IN N.C. PLANE CRASH 

WILKES PLANE CRASH LEAVES TWO DEAD 

PLANE CRASH KILLS PILOT 

HARRIER CRASH PROBED 

COUPLE INJURED IN PLANE CRASH NEAR HICKORY 

FOUR INJURED IN N.C. PLANE CRASH 

PLANE LANDS IN TREE TOPS; FLIERS SHINNY DOWN SAFELY 

4 MEN VICTIMS OF PLANE CRASH IN GATES COUNTY 

4 DIE IN GATES COUNTY PLANE CRASH 

2 INJUREO IN CRASH OF PLANE 

MAN OIES IN GLIDER CRASH 

4 INJUREO IN PLANE CRASH IN G> AHAM 

2 KILLED IN UMSTEAD PARK AIR CRASH 

PLANE CRASH NFAR R DU KILLS COUPLE FROM RALEIGH 

PLANE'S OWNER WAS EXPERIENCED PILOT, AVID FAN OF UNC FOOTBALL 

PLANE CRASH CAUSE IS SOUGHT IN PROBE (INCORRECT HEADLINE I 

CLUES SOUGHT IN CRASH 

OFFICIAL SAYS ENGINE FAILURE MAY HAVE CAUSED PLANE CRASH 

INVESTIGATIONS CONTINUE ON PLANE, COPTER CRASHES 

TWO INJUREO AS AIRPLANE BURNS ANO CRASHES 

FAA PROBES CRASH OF RESTORED PLANE 

DURHAM MAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH 

3 DIE IN 2-PLANE CRASH 

24 HURT WHEN PIEDMONT JET SKIDS OFF CHARLOTTE RUNWAY 

PASSENGER SAYS PILOT TOLD HIM BRAKES FAILED AS AIRLINER LANOEO 

SAFETY BOARD SEEKS CAUSE OF CHARLOTTE PLANE MISHAP 

PLANE MOVED FROM END OF RUNWAY 

JET ACCIDENT PROBE EXAMINES T1UCH00WN 

INVESTIGATOR: INDICATIONS JET WAS TRAVELING TOO FAST AS IT LANDED 

INVESTIGATORS CONTINUE TO INSPECT DAMAGED JET 



DATE 
2 10/10/66 



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1/03/86 


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1 


N 


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4/18/66 


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N 


H 


1 


4/23/86 


( 


1 


N 


H 


f 


5/23/86 


R 


1 


N 


s 


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10/23/86 


I 


S 


N 


H 


1 


10/24/86 


B 


1 


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H 


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10/25/86 


( 


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N 


H 


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12/04/86 


A 


1 1 


N 


H 


7 


12/08/86 


A 


9 


N 


H 


/ 


12/09/86 


H 


3 


N 


H 


/ 


12/10/86 


A 


1 3 


N 


H 


/ 


12/11/86 


A 


2D 


N 


H 


/ 


12/15/86 


A 


1 3 


N 


H 


2 


12/19/86 


A 


14 


N 



H 2 1/02/86 A 4 F 
H 2 1/06/86 A 4 E 



H 2 10/04/86 A 7 N 

H 2 3/30/86 C 4 P N RB 



H 
H 

H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
3 
2 
2 


10/16/86 
10/17/86 
10/18/86 
11/28/66 
12/18/86 


A 

B 

C 
A 

a 


4 
3 
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4 

5 




E 
N 
N 
E 
N 


M10 
K65 


s 
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s 
s 
s 
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2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

2 


1/28/86 

4/02/86 

6/26/66 

11/01/86 

12/06/66 

12/24/86 


c 

A 

c 
c 
c 
c 


3 
5 
I 
2 

15 


P 



P 

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P 

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p 
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T37 

L20 
S8? 
R76 
K 30 
K30 



H 2 5/11/86 D 5 P J 



S 2 3/06/86 D 8 N 

H 2 3/23/86 D 1 P F S66 

H 2 3/23/86 D I P F C19 

S 2 3/27/86 D 3 P N 



H 2 5/16/86 8 R C85 
H 2 5/23/66 A 16 N 



S 2 

H 3 



1/18/66 A 11 
9/06/86 C 2 



H 2 6/11/66 A 4 
S 2 9/27/B6 B 5 
H 2 9/28/86 C 2 



N 



H 2 


1/08/86 


A 


9 


P 


P 




H 2 


2/07/66 


A 


10 




N 




S 2 


2/21/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 1 


2/22/86 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


2/24/66 


C 


2 




N 




H 2 


3/01/86 


D 


4 




N 




H 2 


3/03/86 


B 


7 




N 




S 2 


4/08/86 


A 


2 




N 




H 2 


4/27/86 


c 


17 




N 




H 2 


4/30/86 


c 


9 




N 




S 2 


4/30/86 


C 


11 




N 




H 2 


6/16/86 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


6/22/86 


C 


9 




N 




S 1 


7/01/86 


A 


3 




N 




S 2 


7/24/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


T85 


H 2 


7/25/66 


A 


1 


p 


N 


M97 


H 2 


7/25/86 


A 


1 


M 


N 


A54 


S 2 


7/25/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


S84 


H 2 


7/26/86 


c 


1 




N 


M97 


S 2 


7/29/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


8/05/66 


c 


I 




N 


M97 


H 2 


8/27/66 





5 




N 




H 2 


8/28/86 


B 


5 




N 




H 2 


9/27/86 


c 


i 




N 




H 2 


10/06/86 


B 


l 




N 




H 2 


10/26/86 


A 


l 




N 




H 2 


10/27/86 


A 


i<. 


P 


N 




S 2 


10/27/86 


A 


6 




N 




H 1 


10/28/86 


C 


1 


P 


P 




S 2 


10/29/86 


c 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


10/30/86 


c 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


10/31/86 


A 


12 


p 


N 





MONTHLY/AN I UAL 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



PILOT ERROR RULED CASH CAUSE , . „_, 

PRL8E FINOS NOTHING WRONG WITH JET'S BRAKING SYSTEHS 

FOUR PEOPLE DIE IN WINSTON-SAL EH PLANE CRASH 

8 KILLED IN PAIR OF SINGLE-PLANE CRASHES IN N.C. 

FATAL FLIGHT'S PILOT 'METICULOUS' ABOUT SAFETY OF HIS PLANE 

SEARCH CONTINUES TO LEARN CAUSES OF PLANE CRASHES 

PLANE CRASHES IN BUNCOMBE. 2 DEAD 

TWO PEOPLE KILLEO IN CRASH OF SINGLE-ENGINE AIRPLANE 

PILOTS THOUGHT CHARLOTTE LANDING WAS ROUTINE 

ACCIDENTS. AIRPLANES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. "NEAR MISSES- 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. SAFETY 

RICKY NELSON BAND'S TECHNICIAN LEAVES SURVIVORS IN OUPHAM 

ILLEGAL DRUGS FULL OF DANGER ANYWHERE 

3 FROM N.C. INJURED IN JET ESCAPE CHUTE 

PLANE CRASH INJURES 3 

SEPARATE PLANE CRASHES IN VA. LEAVE 6 INJURED 

DEREGULATION HASN'T MEANT LESS SAFETY 

ACCIDENTS. AUTO. CARR60RO 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS. AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 
MEXICAN MAN KILLEO BY CAR IN CAHRBORO 

CHAPEL HILL MAN KILLED IN ACCIOENT ON N.C. 54 BYPASS 
DEATH BY VEHICLE CHARGE LODGED 




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H 2 11/27/86 B 
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H 2 11/30/86 C 
S 2 12/19/86 A 
H 2 12/20/86 A 
S 2 12/31/86 C 


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ACCIDENTS, AUTO. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. DURHAM 

WRECKED VAN RUINED CHRISTMAS "LANS 

POLICE CHARGE DRIVERS WITH OWl AFTER WRECK 

WOMAN 1MJURE0 IN WRECK 

POLICE STILL INVESTIGATING 2-CAR WRECK 

SCHOOL PUS. CAR COLLIOE 

ROBBERS ATTACK PEDESTRIAN 

CAR HITS CONCRETE WALL, DRIVE* IS KILLED 

WRECK INVESTIGATED 

CAR COLLIOES WITH COW TRUCK 

WRECK, STALLED CAR CAUSE TRAFFIC JAM 

WOMAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER HIT AND PUN 

3 HURT IN GREGSON ST. WRECK 

POLICE STILL PROBING WRECK IN WHICH DUKE STUDENT DIEO 

HIT-AND-RUN ORIVER HURTS WOMAN 

CAR DRIVER SERIOUSLY INJURED 

MAN IN WRECK SAIO 'STABLE 1 

POLICEMAN, WOMAN HURT IN ACCIDENT 

DRIVER FACES MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE IN DEATH OF BOY, 7 

THREE PEOPLE HURT IN THREE-CAR WRECK 

WRECK INJURES 3 ON ROXBORO ROAD 

WRECK DAMAGES STATE PATROL CAR 

DRIVER CHARGED 

BICYCLIST IS INJURED 

5 VEHICLES COLLIDE ON MOREHEAD 

WRECK STALLS TRAFFIC 

AUTO HITS HOUSE 

THREE INJURED IN COLLISION ON 1-85 

STUDENTS INJURED 

PITTSEORO HAN HURT AS CAR HITS BRIDGE 

FOUR INJURED 

KN1GHTDALE HAN INJURED IN COLLISION 

KNIGHTDALE HAN SAIO IN SERIOUS CONDITION AFTER DURHAM WRECK 

OURHAH POLICE ARREST TEEN AFTER HIGH-SPEED CHASE 

HOTORIST SUFFERS HEART ATTACK, TRUCK CRASHES 

CAR CLIPS POWER POLE; ORIVER INJUREO 

RIG OVERTURNS INJURING 3 

FOUR HURT IN WRECK ON N.C. 55 

HIGHWAY PATROL CONTINUES PROBE OF 3-VEHICLE WRECK 

WRECK LEAVES 4 PEOPLE INJUREO 

WRECK HURTS 4 

OFFICERS HURT IN HIT-AND-RUN CHASE 

THREE DURHAH OFFICERS HURT, CARS WRECKED DURING CHASE 

WRONG-WAY DRIVING CN 1-85 CAUSES THREE-VEHICLE WRECK .„»„, „„„„,- 

CHASE MAY HAVE VIOLATED POLICY: OURHAH POLICE DEPARTMENT BEGINS PROOE... 

WRECK INJURES WOHAN 

PEOESTRIAN INJURED 

CRITICALLY INJURED HAN AWAKES. ASKS '010 DUKE WIN? 1 

WRECK FATALLY INJURES WOMAN. 75 

4 HURT IN EARLY MORNING CRASH 
FIVE HURT IN WRECK 

HAN RELEASED FOLLOWING WRECK 

PEDESTRIAN INJUREn 

DEFINITELY OUT OF ORDER 

CAR HITS PEDESTRIAN ON GUESS ROAD 

COX HIT BY CAR, CRITICAL 

SICK CAT BLAHEO IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

2 TREATED, RELEASED AFTER COLLISION 

GARBAGE TRUCK TRASHES CAR 

PEDESTRIAN STRUCK 

5 HURT IN 4 OURHAH WRECKS ON 1-85 
POLICEMAN STRUCK BY CAR ON I -B 5 
OFFICER HIT BY CAR IN 'GOOD' CONDITION 
OFFICER INJURED IN WRECK 

CHARGE FILED IN ACCIDENT 

MS. HUNT, 20, OF INJURIES IN CAR WRECK 

CAR ROLLS OVER 9-YEAR-OLD 

DOCTORS EVALUATING 9-YEAR-OLD 

WRECK FLIPS CAR 

CAR, LAWN TRACTOR COLLIDE 

2 TREATEO AFTER WRECK 

5 HURT IN 4-CAR WRECK DOWNTOWN 

FOUR CARS IN COLLISION; SIX INJUREO 

CAR OVERTURNS 

SAFE BUT DISCONSOLATE 

CAR OVERTURNS 

GARRETT RO. WRECK PUTS 5 IN HOSPITAL 

COLLISIONS SEND 2 TO HOSPITAL 

CAR HITS PEOESTRIAN NEAR QUAIL ROOST 

HAN SUFFERS 3»0KEN ARM IN WRECK OF THREE VEHICLES 

CAR HITS TEEN 

WRECK VICTIM 'STABLE' 

GUESS ROAD WIOENl'IG WILL hake AREA SAFER 

CAR OVERTURNS. INJURING DRIVER 

WOHAN HURT IN HIT. RUN WHILE WALKING IN RAIN 

WOHAN 'SERIOUS' AFTER HIT ANO RUN ON ANGIER AVE. 

MAN CHARGEO IN ACCIOENT 

CARS HIT HEAO-ONS 1 KILLEO 

4-CAR PILEUP 

OURHAH WOHAN KILLED AS AUTO STRUCK HEAO-ON 



H 2 


1/05/86 b 


1 P N J54 


S 2 


2/11/86 A 


4 


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S 2 


5/24/86 A 


6 


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S 2 


8/18/86 C 


3 


N 




H 2 


8/18/86 C 





N 




H 2 


1/24/86 A 


4 


F 




S 2 


5/26/B6 A 


10 


N 




H 2 


7/11/86 A 


14 


N 




H 3 


7/22/86 B 


1 


N 




H 3 


2/20/86 B 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/20/86 A 


5 


N 




H 2 


3/20/86 A 


!2 


N 




H 3 


6/14/e6 C 


3 


N 




H 3 


10/01/86 C 


3 


N 




H 2 


11/12/86 B 


3 


N 




H 2 


1/01/86 A 


4 


L 




S 2 


1/01/86 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/03/86 B 


3 


P P 


<30 


S 2 


1/03/86 C 


I 


N 




H 2 


1/11/86 C 


3 


P P 


F70 


S 2 


1/11/86 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


1/15/86 A 


3 


N 




S 2 


1/15/86 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/16/86 C 


3 


N 




S 2 


1/21/86 B 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/26/86 B 


4 


N 




H 2 


1/27/86 B 


6 


N 




S 2 


1/27/86 A 


6 


N 




S 2 


1/27/86 A 


6 


N 




H 2 


1/28/86 C 


1 


P P 


S76 


S 2 


1/28/86 A 


3 


N 




H 2 


2/03/86 B 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/05/86 B 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/07/86 A 


11 


N 




S 2 


2/07/86 A 


12 


N 




H 2 


2/09/86 B 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/11/86 C 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/11/86 C 


I 


N 




S 2 


2/13/86 B 


I 


N 




S 2 


2/18/86 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/23/86 B 


6 


N 




H 2 


2/23/»6 B 


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H 2 


2/24/86 C 


1 


P P 


H66 


H 2 


2/24/86 C 


2 


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S 2 


2/24/86 A 


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P P 


H66 


H 2 


2/27/86 6 


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H51 


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2/27/86 C 


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S 2 


3/04/86 A 


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P N 


TB5 


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3/09/86 C 


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H 2 


3/10/86 B 


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3/11/66 C 


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3/19/86 A 


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TB5 


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3/20/86 A 


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H51 


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3/21/86 A 


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H 2 


3/21/86 A 


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H51 


S 2 


3/26/86 C 


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P P 


K30 


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3/27/86 C 


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H 2 


3/31/86 A 


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H 2 


4/08/86 C 


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S 2 


4/09/86 C 


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H 2 


4/10/86 A 


21 


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S 2 


4/10/86 A 


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S 2 


4/10/86 C 


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H 2 


4/11/86 B 


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P P 


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4/11/66 B 


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S 2 


4/11/66 C 


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4/17/86 C 


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4/22/66 C 


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T85 


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4/24/66 B 


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A54 


S 2 


4/24/86 C 


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H 2 


4/27/86 C 


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H 2 


4/28/86 B 


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H 2 


4/29/86 C 


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5/01/86 B 


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S 2 


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S 2 


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5/12/66 C 


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S 2 


5/14/86 C 


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TB5 


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HONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 1 N E 
1/01/86 - 12/31/8 



AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIM TO BE BUSIED TODAY 

VEHICLES COLLIDE! DURHAM MAN DIES 

GIVING AID 

VA. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN FATAL DURHAM CRASH 

1-CAR WPECK KILLS MAN. 24 

CREDIT UNION ALARMEO AFTER WRECK 

PEDESTRIAN KILLEO WHILE CROSSING DURHAM HIGHWAY 

MANSLAUGHTER. RACING CHARGES FILED IN DEATH 

ACCIOENT INJURES 2 ON FOREST HILLS BLVD. 

WRECK LINKED TO HEART ATTACK 

WRECK INVOLVES CAR REPORTEO STOLEN 

3 PEOPLE INJURED IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
MAN CRITICALLY INJURED IN DURHAM WRECK 
TEEN-AGER CHARGED IN FATAL WRECK 
WRECK PINS DRIVER 

NAN SUFFERS CARDIAC ARREST 
MAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER DURHAM WRECK 

DURHAM MAN HURT WHEN MOTORCYCLE COLLIDES WITH CAR 
PERSON TRAPPED IN CAR ACCIDENT 
WRECK HURTS TEEN 

MAN KILLED WHEN CAR FALLS. CRUSHING HIM 
DURHAM PEDESTRIAN OIES IN HIT AND RUN 
MAN CHARGED WITH FATAL HIT AND RUN 
WRECK HURTS 3 

CAR WRECK FOLLOWS APPARENT FAINTING 

TWO PEDESTRIANS STRUCK BY CAR; CRITICALLY INJURED 
INJURED WOMAN 'SATISFACTORY' 

TWO DRIVERS SERIOUSLY INJURED IN TWO-AUTO COLLISION 
CAR WRECK. FIRE bLOCK TRAFFIC 
DRIVER BREAKS NECK, CHARGED 
HOUSE CANDIDATE INJURED IN WRECK 
MRS. NEAL HURT AS TRUCK HITS HER CAR 
COLLISION CLUGS BOULEVARD INTERSECTION 
CANDIDATE'S CONDITION IS • GOOD • 
MRS. NEAL REMAINS IN STABLE CONOITION 
TWO HURT IN CAR, BUS WRECK 

RALEIGH MAN GETS SUSPENDED TERM IN FATAL ACCIOENT 
CHILD HURT IN ACCIDENT 
WRECK HURTS CHILD; MAN SOUGHT 
MAN SENTENCED IN TRAFFIC DEATH 

•I AM LIVING PROOF OF HOW DEEPLY PEOPLE CARE- 
ACCIDENTS INJURE 3 

2 PEOPLE INJUREO IN DURHAM WRECK; SEAT PROTECTS CHILD 
TWO INJUREO IN COLLISION 
CAR HITS 2-YEAR-OLO ON N.C. 98 
WRECKS SNARL TRAFFIC 

TWO ACCIDENTS INJURE FOUR. TIC UP INTERSTATE 85 TRAFFIC 
DURHAM MAN KILLEO WHEN HIT BY CAR 

STOLEN CAR STRIKES BOY ON BICYCLE. DRIVER ARRESTEO 
TRAFFIC ACCIOENTS TAKE 4 LIVES IN DURHAM AREA 
MAN HIT TWICE WHILE WALKING ALONG 15-5D1 
WRECK CLAIMS LIFE 

2 CARS HIT, KILL CHAPEL HILL MAN 
NO CHILOREN HURT IN BUS WRECK 
AUTO DRIVER HURT IN COLLISION WITH SCHOOL BUS 

4 WRECKS ALONG 1-85 HALT TRAFFIC 

RAIN BLAMEO FOR SPATE OF ACCIDENTS ON DURHAM ROADS 

COLLISION AT TRINITY ANO DUKE 

TRUCK DRIVER GETS SUSPENOED TERM IN FATAL ACCIDENT ON DUKE STREET 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN WRECK 

WRECK HURTS AT LEAST 1 

OURHAM MAN CHARGED AFTER LONG CHASE ENDS WITH WRECK, INJURIES 

THIEVES TAKE JEWELRY 

OFFICER'S CAR STRIKES PEDESTRIAN 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE FILED IN TRAFFIC DEATH 

MAN HIT BY CAR REPORTEO 'STABLE" 

ACCIDENT VICTIM'S CONDITION STABLE 

POLICEMAN HURT IN TWO-CAR CRASH 

MAN CHARGED IN ACCIDENT; HOUSE, CAR, TRUCK OAMAGED 

OURHAM POLICEMAN BACK ON JOB 

CAR RUNS OFF RED MILL ROAO 

1 PERSON KILLED IN POPE RD. WRECK 

JORDAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT ON POPE ROAD 

2 WRECKS SNARL TRAFFIC ON 1-85 
MAN INJUREO WHEN CAR JUMPS ENO 
CAR JUMPS ENO RIVER 

CAR OVERTURNS ON FREEWAY; WOMAN HURT 
ONE PERSON KILLED IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 
CHRISTMAS EVE WRECK KILLS OURHAM WOMAN 
SERVICE IS TOMORROW FOR ACCIOENT VICTIM 

ACCIDENTS. AUTO. DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ACCIOENTS, AUTO. DURHAM 
SEE TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HIT-ANO-RUN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. N.C. 

CAR KILLS 5-YEAR-OLD BOY NEAR HENDERSON 

ICY ROADS CAUSE NEW YEAR'S OAY DEATHS OF SEVEN 

BLOOD TESTS BF1NG CDNDUCTEO ON FIVE VICTIMS OF ACCIDENT 

CHARGES FILED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

GRAHAM TEEN DIES IN WRECK 

LEWIS VICTOR GOOOMAN, 42 

TROOPER SLIGHTLY INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

PARENTS' CAR RUNS OVER 4-VEAR-OLD 

DURHAM WOMAN KILLEO, HUSBAND INJUREO IN CRASH 

GUILFORD COUNTY GIRL WHO FELL FROM CAR DIES 

VA. WOMAN INJURED IN WRECK 

WRECK INJURIES FATAL FOR HENOERSON MAN 

CAR HITS TRAILER, KILLING ITS DRIVER 

POLE VAULTING 

HAN FATALLY INJURED IN TRUCK CRASH 

ROGER DALE WINTERS, 35, DIES AFTER TRAFFIC WRECK 

1-CAR WRECK KILLS ALAMANCE WOMAN 

ROXBORO PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BY ; AR 

HENDERSON WRECK CLAIMS LIFE OF VANCE COUNTY MAN 

MARYLAND MAN DIES IN N.C. WRECK 

ROXBORO RESIDENT HURT IN WRECK 

INJURED MAN SAID 'STABLE' 

PERSON COUNTY MAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

PORTERFIELD HURT IN CAR ACCIDENT 

THREE DIE IN WRECK 

ROXBORO WOMAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

FOUR KILLEO IN CAR-TRUCK COLLISION 

WRECK NEAR FUCUAY-VARINA CLAIMS OURHAM MAN'S LIFE 

2 DRIVERS SAVED BY SEAT BELT S- -TROOPER 

SEAT BELTS MAY HAVE SAVED MEN'S LIVES 

HENOERSON MAN DIES FROM INJURIES RECEIVED IN WRECK 

TWO OXFORD RESIDENTS SUE OVER ACCIDENT 

MYSTERY AT DUKE: WAS ROXBORO WOMAN'S DEATH A RARE ACCIDENT — OR MURDER? 

PRISON OFFICER KILLEO IN WRECK NEAR ROXBORO 

INJURIES RECEIVED IN WRECK FATAL FOR CREEDMOOR TEEN 

ONE KILLED, 16 HURT AS 2 CARS HIT BUS AT BRAGG 

MAN HURT IN WRECK 



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M N T H L Y 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/66 



lli HURTS 9 OTHERS 



WOMAN TO SERVE 10-DAY SENTENCE FOR FATAL WRECK 

INMATE OIES AFTER CAR RUNS INTO STREET CREW 

HENCERSCN GIRLi IT, FATALLY HURT IN WRECK 

TWO PEOPLE HURT IN ROXBORO ACC IOENT 

ALAMANCE MAN KILLEO IN WRECK 

BOY CN PIKE. TRACTOR ORIVER AMONG IT ROAO VICTIMS 

TWO KILLED NEAR HENDERSON 

GRAHAM YOUTH DIES. TEEN INJURED IN CRASH 

RALEIGH CAR WRECK KILLS 1 

WRECK ON 1-40 KILLS 3. INJURES 1 

1-40 WRECK NEAR CLEMMONS KILLS 3 

NAMES RELEASED OF 3 WHO 01 ED IN FORSYTH WRECK 

ROXPORO TEEN DIES FROM WRECK INJURIES 

HIT BY CAR, SHE'S CITED FOR JAYWALKING 

12 OF PREDICTEU 23 DIE ON N.C. ROADS 

2 HILLSBOROUGH RESIDENTS, 19 OTHERS DIE IN WRECKS 

OXFORD POLICE CAR INVOLVED IN WRECK 

23 DIE ON KOAOS OVER FOURTH 

CAR FLIPS, KILLING 51LER CITY WOMAN 

VANCE COUPLF KILLED, 3 INJURED IN COLLISION NEAR HENDERSON 

VA. MAN DIES IN PERSON WRECK 

POLICE OFFICER ANO MOTORIST CHARGED 

SEIZURE IS SUSPECTED IN FATAL CAR ACCIDENT 

WAKE LEADS IN 1985 TRAFFIC FATALITIES 

ALAMANCE TEEN KILLED IN WRECK 

N.C. TROOPER WHO KILLED TEEN BICYCLIST NOT CHARGED 

TROOPER WON'T FACE CHARGES IN ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENT CLAI-S APEX MAN 

VANCE WOMAN DIES IN COLLISION IN WAKE COUNTY 

MAN CHARGED IN FATAL WRECK 

FOUR KILLED IN WRECK NEAR KINSTON 

OIL TRUCK, CAR COLLIDE 

HEAD-ON COLLISION KILLS 4. INJURES 1 NEAR KINSTON 

SANFORD MAN KILLED WHEN CAR OVERTURNS 

RALEIGH MAN KILLED 

RALEIGH MAN KILLED IN WRECK IDENTIFIED 

2 CREEDMOOR RESIDENTS DIE IN GRANVILLE WRECK 

PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER CHARGED FOLLOWING WRECK 

CRASH KILLS RALEIGH TEEN 

TWO-VEHICLE ACCIDENT INJURES EIGHT PEOPLE „__ 

2 PEOPLE REMAIN IN HOSPITAL OF 10 IN CAR CRASH SATUROAY 
12 ARE KILLEO IN HOLIDAY INCIDENTS 

SSKVKiVK! DIeI^^UrIeI RECEIVED IN WRECK IN BENSON 
10 PEOPLE INJURED IN PILEUP ON roG-SHROUDED HIGHWAY 
NORLINA MAN KILLED WHEN HIS CAR RUNS UNOER TRUCK TRAILER 
COURT SAYS DOT NOT NEGLIGENT IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
OXFORD POLICE OFFICER CHARGED AFTER TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 
PARAMEDIC GOES TO WRECK, FINOS HIS CHILDREN INJURED 

iTUDYf R Al!?OHSr 4 ?SN?R!BUT?i 5 TS°!E'vERITY OF CRASH INJURIES 

WOMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON N.C. 49 

WARPEN COUNTY WOMAN KILLED IN 1-CAR WRECK 

SEAT BELTS 00 SAVE LIVES _ __ 

NORLINA WOMAN KILLED IN WRECK NEAR WARRENTON 

RUSH-HOUR PILEUP ON 1-40 IN &3EENSB0R0 INJURES 13 PEOPLE 

DURHAM MAN OIES IN CAR ACCIDENT 

WOMAN'S ANKLE BROKEN AS CAR RUNS INTO TREE 

CEREMONY HONORS 25 'SAVED BY THE BELT" IN N.C. 

2-CAR COLLISION NEAR WISE KILLS GIRL. 

ROXPORO MAN CRUSHED BY CAR 

JUDGE LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

MOTHER CHARGED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

VANCE YGUTH KILLED 

VISITING UNC PROFESSOR VICTIM OF AUTO WRECK 

3 KILLEO. 1 HURT IN WEEKEND WRECKS IN VANCE. GRANVILLE 
BUTNER WOMAN OIES IN HEAD-ON COLLISION 
PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER INJURED IN WRECK 
MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE TO BE FILED 

CONDITION O c PRO WRESTLER HURT IN CAR CRASH WORSENS 

WRESTLING STAR STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

WRESTLER REGAINS SO"E FEELING AFTER WRECK 

OXFORD WOMAN OIES AFTER CAR ACCIDENT 

BENNIE HOPES TO RETURN FAVOR. VISIT MAGNU - T.A. IN HOSPITAL 

OXFOhD WUMAN WHO WAS HURT IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT DIES 

BROTHERS DIE IN BURNING CAR AFTER COLLISION 

THERAPIST MAY TREAT WRESTLER 

THERAPIST BEGINS WORKING WITH WRESTLER HURT IN CRASH 

CAR HITS CHIMNEY; MAN HOSPITALIZED 

CAR WRECK KILLS OXFORD WOMAN 

OXFORD WOMAN DIES WHEN CAR HITS TREE 

GEORGIA MAN KILLED IN 15-VEHICLE N.C. PILEUP 

N.C. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN FIERY PILEUP 

FORMER CHIEF JUSTICE IN STABLE CONOITIGN AFTER ACCIOENT 

UNC STUDENT KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

PUBLIC NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT BAD INTERSECTIONS 

15 INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

5 PEOPLE HURT IN ACCIDENT IN GREENSBORO 

TRAFFIC ACCIOENTS TAKE 4 LIVES IN DURHAM AREA 

WRECK KILLS 2 IN CHATHAM 

UNC STUDENT KILLED. ANOTHER INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 

CREEDMOOR WOMAN OIES AFTER WRECK 

DFIAILS UNCLEAR ON TWO ELECTROCUTION DEATHS 

THREE KILLED IN WRECK NEAR MOSGANTON 

MORGANTON WRECK KILLS 3 

MAGNUM T.A. RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL .„.„ 

FUNERAL SERVICES PLANNED FOR OXFORD WRECK VICTIM 

GRANVILLE COUNTY MAN KILLEO IN TwO-CAR WRECK ON N.C. 9t> 

MAN KILLED IN HEAD-ON COLLISION IN ERKIN 

FRANKLIN COUNTY HAN KILLED IN WRECK 

UP A WIRE 

CAR GOES OFF BRIOGE. KILLING DRIVER „.„-„. 

BOY WHO HAO NUMEROUS OPERATIONS INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

BOBBINS MAN KILLED IN 3-CAR WRECK 

ONE KILLED, TWO INJUREO IN CAR-TRUCK COLLISION 

HONOR STUDENT STRUCK, KILLEO IN HlT-ANU-RUN 

LOUISBURG MAN KILLED 

COLLISION KILLS 1. INJURES 1 

CASH KILLS DRIVER NEAR SANFORD 

BALTIMORE MAN DIES IN CREEDMOOR WRECK 

FIVE KILLEO ON ICE-COATEO ROADS 

MAN SAVES TEEN FROM RIVER 

ROCKWELL MAN DIES OF WRECK INJURIES 

ACCIDENTS. AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL 
DUKE STUDENT DIES IN WRECK 

WOMAN CRITICALLY INJURED IN WRECK „.„ . 

FAYFTTEVILLE WOMAN KILLED IN HILLSBOROUGH ACCIOENT 
OURHAM MAN KILLED IN WRECK ON N.C. 54 EAST OF CARRBORO 
ORANGE COUNTY BOY. 10, HIT BY CAR NEAR HIS HOME, DIES 
DURHAM WOMAN AMONG 3 KILLED IN ORANGE WRECK 
THREE 01 E IN CAR WRECK 

ONE WRECK VICTIM'S CONDITION CRITICAL 
WOMAN STILL SAID 'CRITICAL' 



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12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PACE 7 
1/0<V8T 



AUTO WRECK KILLS HUMAN 

CAR WRECK KILLS 1, INJURES 3 

STUDENTS UNHURT IN WRECK 

CRASH KILLS HILLSBOROUGH MAN 

CAR HITS TREE. PURNS; MAN DIES 

MEXICAN TRAFFIC VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

ORANGE FATHERt SON KILLED IN WRECK WITH SCHOOL BUS 

2 MEN KILLED WHEN VEHICLE. BUS COLLIDE 

NO CHARGES FILED IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

ACCIOENTS. AUTOt U.S. 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO SPEEO LIMITS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS. U.S. 

CAREENING CAR KILLS N.C. COUPLE IN S.C. 

CARRBORO WOMAN DIES IN COLLISION IN PENNSYLVANIA 

TOUGH SENTENCES NEEDED FOR DRIVERS WHO DRINK 

SHOULD WE OUTLAW CARS AND TRUCKS? 

GRAHAM MINISTER. ANOTHER MAN KILLED IN 2 WRECKS 

ACCIDENTS. AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. TRAINS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, TRAINS. U.S. 

LAWSUITS FILED OVER TRAIN-CAR COLLISION 

TRAIN, CAR COLLIDE; WOMAN IS INJUREO 

SILVER STAR CRUSHES "SILVER BULLET' 

JURY AWARDS BR A I N- IN JURE WOHAN 11.9 MILLION IN TRAIN-CAR WRECK 

COLUMBUS COUNTY WOMAN DIES IN CAR-TRAIN CRASH 

VAN, TRAIN HIT AT ROXRORO ST. CROSSING 

TRAIN HITS AUTO, KILLS S.C. MAN, 2A 



ACCIDENTS 
SEE AL 
SEE AL 
BICY 
COLL 
BICY 
BICY 
CARR 
COLL 
BOY 
TEEN 
BOY 
N.C . 
TROO 
13-Y 
BIKE 
BOY 
BOY 
CARY 
MAN 
BICY 
POL I 
BICY 



. BICYCLES 
SO BICYCLE S 
SO BICYCLES 
CLIST FACING 
ISICN HURTS 
CLIST IS INJ 
CLIST SERIOU 
BORO WOMAN I 
ISION AFTFRM 
ON BIKE. TRA 

BIKER HURT 
INJURED IN C 

TROOPER WHO 
PER WON'T FA 
EAR-OLO KILL 

WRECK KILLS 
INJUREO WHEN 
HURT ON BIKE 

WOMAN DIES 
GETS PRISON 
CLE RIOER IS 
CE CHARGE DU 
CLIST, 65 



AFETY 

DWI C 
ROXBOR 
URED 
SLY HU 
NJUREO 
ATH 

CTOR D 
IN TRA 
AR-BIK 

KILLE 
CE CHA 
ED IN 

ROXBO 

BICYC 

IN 
IN BIC 
TERM F 

KILLE 
RHAM M 
URT AF 



HARGE 

BOY, 1 1 

RT IN COLLISION WITH CAR 
AFTER BIKE, TANKER COLLIDE 

RIVER AMONG 17 ROAD VICTIMS 

FFIC MISHAP 

E COLLISION 

D TEEN BICYCLIST NOT CHARGED 

RGES IN ACCIDENT 

BICYCLE ACCIDENT 

RO TEEN 

LE CRASHES INTO CAR 

AIR' CONDITION 

YCLE COLLISION 

OR DEATH OF BOY, 7 

D IN ACCIDENT 

AN WITH SHOOTING INTO CAR 

TER HITTING TAXI 



ACCIDENTS, 80 
SEE ALSO B 
SEE ALSO P 
N.C. BOA 
EXPLOSIO 
TEEN-AGE 
SPEEDBOA 
3 MEN SU 
THREE AT 
BOY RESC 
2 SAVED 
COAST GU 
WOMAN OR 
TWO BOAT 
FIVE PEO 
FISHERMA 



ATS 

OAT SAFETY 

OATS 

T'S CREW AIRLIFTED TO SAFETY 

N SINKS NORTH CAROLINA FISHING VESSEL 

R INJURED IN BOAT ACCIOENT 

T DISINTEGRATES: 3 DURHAM-AREA MEN HURT 

FFER INJURIES IN KERR LAKE BOAT WRECK 

SEA NINE HOURS AFTER CATAMARAN OVERTURNS 
UEO FROM BOAT MISHAP 
AT SEA AFTER BOAT BREAKS UP 
ARD RESCUES TWO S.C. MEN 

OWNS. A RESCUED IN CAPSIZING OF SPEEDBOAT 
ERS KILLED. FOUR HURT IN SMASH 
PLE RESCUED AFTER 75 HOURS IN RAFT 
N PLUCKED FROM WATER 



ACCIDENTS, BUSES 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 

ONE KILLED, 16 HURT AS 2 CARS HIT BUS AT BRAGG 

BUS-TRUCK COLLISION KILLS 2, INJURES A OTHERS NEAR LENOIR 

MEN KILLED IN COLLISION OF TRUCK, BUS IDENTIFIED 

ACCIOENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS, POISONINGS, N.C. 
FUMES FROM CAR ENGINE KILL WOMAN 
KEROSENE HEATER FIRES RISE IN OURHAM 

ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO CHILO SAFETY 

PARENTS' CAR RUNS OVER 4-YEAR-OLD 

GUILFORD COUNTY GIRL WHO FELL FROM CAR DIES 

DRIVER FACES MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE IN OEATH OF BOY, 7 

OEPUTIES TO FOCUS ON SAFETY-SEAT LAW 

DAVIDSON BOY, 13, DIES AFTER BECOMING ENTANGLED IN ROPE 

CAR ROLLS OVER 9-YEAR-OLD 

SCARED PUT UNHURT 

7-YEAR-OLD SURVIVES FALL DOWN WELL 

BOY WHO FELL DOWN WELL NOT ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL 

MOTHER UNABLE TO SAVE CHILD F5 OM DROWNING 

CHILDREN POISONEO BY MISTAKING MEDICINE FOR CANOY 

CH1L0REN OFTEN VICTIMS IN GUN ACCIDENTS — STUDY 



ACC 



JQENTS, CHOKING 

SEE ALSO CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 

SEE ALSO HEIMLICH MANEUVER 

SEE ALSO LUNGS 

SEE ALSO STRANGULATIONS 

2 BOY SCOUTS EARN HERIT HONOR 

ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 

CONTRACTOR INOICTEO IN WORKER'S OEATH 
EX-MISS NORTH CAROLINA LOSES SUIT 
INJURED WORKER RESCUED 

MACHINERY INJURES MAN AT NEWSPAPERS 
MISHAP KILLS WORKER AT HERALD- SUN BUILDING 

STATE BEGINS INVESTIGATION OF FATAL ACCIDENT AT HERALD CO. 
STATE TO PROBE WORKER'S DEATH 
DITCH CAVES IN 

VICTIM OF DITCH CAVE-IN 'FAIR- 
WORKER KILLED BY FALL 

l-AO CONSTRUCTION WORKER DIES IN FALL FROM BRIOGE IN ORANGE 
BRIDGE WORKER OIES FROM 30-FOOT FALL 
TWO WORKERS FALL FROM SCAFFOLDING AT BUILDING SITE 

ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. N.C. 
SEE ALSO BOAT SAFETY 

OEATH HELO ACCIDENTAL DROWNING 
VANCE COUNTY YOUTH DROWNS IN POND 







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A/2A/66 


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12/12/86 


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1/0A/66 


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3/11/86 


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MONTHLY/AN, 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



2-YEAR-OLD CROWNS IN CREEK 

FISHERMAN FINOS BODY IN LAKE 

TEEN DROWNS IN LAKE 

MSN DROWNS IN LAKE 

VIRGINIA MAN BELIEVEO O'OWNED IN KERR LAKE 

SEARCH AT KERR LAKE FOR MAN CONTINUES 

BODY OF DROWNED MAN FOUND 

HENDERSON TEEN DROWNS IN POND 

VA. MAN DROWNS IN HYCO 

ANDREW BLAMED FOR 1 DEATH: DAMAGE MINIMAL . 

APEX MAN DROWNS IN CHATHAM POND AFTER FALLING OUT OF A FISHING BOAT 

LENOIR YOUTH DROWNS IN LAKE 

BOY RESCUED FROM BOAT MISHAP 

HALIFAX YOUTH DROWNS AFTER FLOAT OEFLATES 

ALCOHOL SEEN FACTOR IN SOMt DROWNINGS 

TWO DROWN AFTER JUMPING OVERBOARD 

PITTSBORO RESIDENT OKOWNS IN JORDAN 

TEEN DROWNS AT LAKE NORMAN 

BURLINGTON MAN, 20t OROWNS IN HYCO LAKE 

MOTHER UNABLE TO SAVE CHILD FROM DROWNING 

WOMAN OROWNS, 4 RESCUED IN CAPSIZING OF SPEEDBOAT 

9-YEAR-0L0 GIRL DROWNS AT LAKE 

BOOY IS FOUND IN LAKE NORMAN 

OROWNING VICTIM'S BODY RECOVERED 

BOOY IS IDENTIFIED AS FRANKLIN MAN 

TOWNSVILLE MAN OROWNS IN FARM POND 

WILKES COUNTY WOMAN FOUND OE A3 IN CREEK 

OFFICIALS IDENTIFY OROWNED MAN 

WASHINGTON TEEN FOUND DEAD IN RIVER 

MAN OROWNS RETRIEVING SKI 

CASWELL COUNTY MAN OROWNS IN LAKE 

UNC-W STUDENT DROWNS 

10-MONTH-OLO SALUDA GIRL OROWNS IN BATHTUB 

FRANKLINTON MAN DROWNS IN KERR LAKE 

N.C. OROWNING RATE ABOVE NATIONAL AVERAGE 

ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, U.S. , „.. 

N.C. MAN DROWNS ON WEST VIRGINIA KAYAKING TRIP 
N.C. DROWNING RATE ABOVE NATIONAL AVERAGE 

ACCIDENTS, ELECTRICAL 

COURT UPHOLDS 13 MILLION JUDGMENT 

ELECTPICAL WIRING SHORTS SPARKED 2 FIRES IN BUSES _ __, 

JURY RULES DUKE POWER MUST PAY: HILLSBOROUGH MAN WINS S600.000... 

TEEN ELECTROCUTED AT MOUNT OLIVE PLANT 

ELECTRICAL EXPLOSIUN CAUSES V.00 DAMAGE 

WOMAN DIES IN CITY STORM: LIGHTNING HURTS GIRL, 4 OTHERS 

POWER RESTORED AFTER FATAL SnRM 

DOMINO'S FUND HITS t4,450 FOR <, CHILDREN 

3 ELECTROCUTED AT FORT BRAGG 

3 WORKERS ELECTROCUTED WHILE ON FORT BRAGG JOB 

STUDENT ELECTROCUTEO AT GREENSBORO C3LLEGE 

BAHAMA MAN ELECTROCUTEO IN ACCIDENT AT FAIRGROUNOS 

BAHAMA MAN, 20, IS ELFCTROCUTED AT FAIRGROUNDS 

PETITIONS TO DUKE POWER ASK FOR IMPROVED SAFETY 

2 RESCUERS TRYING TO FREE WOMAN ARE ELECTROCUTEO 

DETAILS UNCLEAR ON TWO ELECTROCUTION DEATHS 

FIREFIGHTERS PAY RESPECTS TO COLLEAGUE 

16 JOB-RELATEO ELECTROCUTIONS CONCERN OFFICIALS 

ACCIDENTS. EXPLOSIONS 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

BLAST DAMAGES APARTMENT BUILDING 

EXPLOSION SINKS NORTH CAROLINA FISHING VESSEL 

BLAST OAMA&ES APARTMENTS 

MORTAR KILLS 2 MARINES 

WELDER BURNED WHtN CAN EXPLOOES 

REFRIGERATOR EXPLOSION CAUSES S35.000 DAMAGE 

WASHING DISHES BECOMES EXPLOSIVE EXPERIENCE FOR SURRY TEEN-AGER 

REFRIGERATOR BLAST PUZZLES OFFICIALS 

BLAST HURLS ROCKS AT NEWSPAPER 

DEFENSE CONSULTANTS NEED CAREFUL SCRUTINY 

600 FLEE EAST DURHAM CHEMICAL FIRE 

SOUTHCHEM FIRE INJURES 18, ROUTS 1,000 IN EAST OURHAM 

NEIGHBORS RENEW PUSH TO OUST CHEMICAL PLANTS 

FIREFIGHTERS FIND FUMES AT SOUTHCHEM 

911 CALLS A FLOOD AFTER FIRE 

EXPLOSIONS ROCK HOME IN BURLINGTON 

N.C. MAN KILLED IN BLAST AT S.C. STORE 

EXPLOSION INJURES TWO 

EXPLOSION IN FURNACE INJURES THREE -„...,.«« 

DRIVER KILLED IN BLAST AFTER GASOLINE TANKER HITS POLE, EXPLOOES 



ACCIOENTS, FALLS 
STUDENT FALL 
UNC COED IS 
BRIDGE WOPKE 
N.C. GIRL KI 
BOY WHO FELL 
WOMAN FALLS 
THERAPY HELP 
PORCH FALLS 
FAYETTEVILLE 
CHILD HURT A 
ACTOR HURT, 
MAN LIES IN 
INJURIES REC 
ELDERLY WOMA 
INJUREO WOMA 
TWO WORKERS 



S FROM THIRD-FLOOR WINOOW 
INJURED. IN HOSPITAL 
R DIES FROM 30-F03T FALL 
LLED IN FALL FROM BALCONY 

DOWN WELL NOT ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL 
TO HER DEATH 

S INJURED RETURN TO WORK 
AT FRATERNITY INJURING 8 ... 

MAN IS RESCUEO AFTER FALLING IN MOUNTAINS 
T SCHOOL 

BUT UNC PLAY WILL GO ON 
ALLEY TWO DAYS WITH BROKEN LEG 
E!V = IN FALL FROM TREE KILL DUKE STUDENT 
N DIES IN SIX-STORY FALL 
N WAITS SEVEN HOURS FOR HELP 
FALL FROM SCAFFOLDING AT BUILDING SITE 



ACCIDENTS, FARMING 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR 

ALAMANCE YOUTH CRITICAL AFTER ACCIDENT 

RUNAWAY TRACTOR INJURES MAN! PASSERS8Y FIND HIM IN FIELD 

VICTIM IMPROVES 

ACCIDENTS, FIRES 

SEE ALSO FIRES, OURHAM 

FIRE DAMAGES FRAME HOUSE IN PERSON 

ACCIDENTS, FIREWORKS 
SEE ALSO FIREWORKS 

OFFICIALS: FIREWORKS STILL A PROBLEM WITH CHILDREN 

ACCIDENTS, GUNS 

SEE ACCIOENTS. HUNTING. N.C. 
SEE ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 

ACCIDENTS, HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 

HELICOPTER CRASHES; FATHER. SON INJURED 

N.C. COPTER CRASH HURTS 2 

TWO HURT AS BOONE POLICE HELICOPTER CRASHES 

5 SURVIVE LIFE FLIGHT MISHAP 

DUKE COPTER CPASH PROBED 



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DUKE PLANS TO REPLACE HELICOPTER 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

LIFE FLIGHT PILOT HONORED 

DUKE PILOT IS HERO 

LIFE FLIGHT NURSES TAKE CRISES IN STRIDE 

FOLKS WHO UROPPEO IN FIND SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY 

EIGHT MARINES KILLED IN CRASH OF HELICOPTER 

VICTIMS OF MARINE HELICOPTER CRASH ARE IDENTIFIED BY NAVY 

SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY ALIVE. WELL IN ASHTON 

CRASH OF WINSTON-SALEM HOSPITAL HELICOPTER KILLS 3 

COPTER PILOT REPORTED NO PROBLEMS 

MARINE COPTER CRASHES. CREW SAFE 

NO SIGNS OF MECHANICAL FAILURE FOUND IN HELICOPTER CRASH 

EXTRA MAINTENANCE WAS ORDERED ON HELICOPTERS 

1.000 ATTEND CRASH VICTIMS' SERVICES 

I. 000 MOURN CREW OF AMBULANCE COPTER 

HOSPITAL HELICOPTER SAFE — COORDINATOR 

AIRCARE RESUMES HELICOPTER FLIGHTS 

AIR-AMBULANCE SAFE. SAYS HOSPITAL OFFICIAL 

DESPITE PROPONENTS. MEDICAL HELICOPTERS CATCHING FLAK 

AIR AMBULANCE BACK IN SERVICE 

AIRCARE HAD DEDICATED CREW 

1 PERSON KILLED IN GYROCOPTER CRASH 

AILING MEDICAL CHOPPER INDUSTRY HOPES FEOERAL CURE NOT NEEDEO 

LIST OF 1986 ACCIDENTS 

DUKE MEDICAL COPTERS IN 2 MISHAPS THIS YEAR 

ACCIDENTS. HITCHHIKERS 
SEE ALSO HITCHHIKING 

HITCHHIKER OIES DESPITE WARNING 

ACCIDENTS. HUNTING. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. SHOOTINGS 
SEE ALSO HUNTING SAFETY 

CONSIDER HUNTER TRADE-OFFS 

YOUTH KILLED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT 

HUNTING ACCIDENTS COULD BE ENDEO IN A BLAZE OF ORANGE 

TEEN-AGER KILLED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT 

HUNTING CAUSE OF ONLY 1 OF 5 ACCIDENTAL SHOOTINGS 

LEGISLATURE CAN STOP N.C. HUNTING DEATHS 

TEEN FATALLY SHOT IN HUNTING ACCIOENT 

HUNTER ORANGE ISSUE DIVIDES N.C. SPORTSMEN 

ACCIOENTS. INDUSTRIAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO ON-THE-JOB SAFETY 

FALLING LOG HITS. KILLS RAMSEUR MAN 

INSTRUMENT FALLS OFF PLATFORM AT PU PONT, CAUSES 'MELTDOWN' 

ACCIDENTS. JETS. N.C. (MILITARY JETSI 
SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS. AIRPLANES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES. MILITARY 
SEE ALSO F-4 PHANTOM JET FIGHTERS 
SEE ALSO HARRIER JETS 
SEE ALSO JETS 

N.C. SEARCHERS FINO CRASH OF NAVY PLANE 

TWO NAVY FLIERS KILLED IN CRASH 

MARINE PILOT SAFE AS HARRIER CRASHES 

HARRIER CRASH PR09ED 

NAVY JET CRASHES 

JFT CRASHES IN WAYNE CO., CREWMEN SAFE 

AIR FORCE JET CRASHES; CREWMEN NOT INJURED 

MARINE INJURED IN PLANE CRASH 

ACCIDENTS, JETS, U.S. (MILITARY JETSI 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, MILITARY 

SEE ALSO HARRIER JETS 

ROSE SAYS MILITARY SHOULO INSPECT AIRCRAFT IT CHARTERS 

FAYETTEVILLE MAN DIES IN F-16 CRASH 

BASE COMMANOER RELIEVED OF DUTY AFTER PLANE CRASH 

ACCIOENTS, LIGHTNING 
SEE ALSO LIGHTNING 

STORMS SET FIRES TO TWO HOUSES 

LIGHTNING, FIRE DISRUPT POWER, GUT DRUG STORE 

STORE OWNERS STUDY FIRE DAMAGE 

GUTTED BUILDING 

DUKE POWER WORKERS CONTINUE LIGHTNING DAMAGE REPAIRS 

FIRE OFFICIAL URGES BUILOING BE RAZED 

DOWNTOWN POWER LINES WILL BE REPAIRED TODAY 

CITY CONDEMNS BURNED BUILDING 

STORM LEAVES DAMAGED HOUSES, CARS 

LIGHTNING STRIKES YOUTH WHILE AT CAMP 

DOWNTOWN DURHAM DARKENED BY FAILURE IN ELECTRICAL CABLE 

DUKE POWER WORKERS CHECK IRKSOME CIRCUIT 

LIGHTNING BOLT KILLS LEXINGTON MAN, 60 

LIGHTNING SUSPECTED AS CAUSE OF VA. FIRE 

WOMAN OIES IN CITY STORM: LIGHTNING HURTS GIRL, 4 OTHERS 

POWER RESTORED AFTER FATAL STORM 

CHILD'S CONDITION CRITICAL 

7-YEAR-OLD LIGHTNING VICTIM OIES 

GIRL HIT BY LIGHTNING OIES AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

N.C. WOMAN IN COMA SINCE BEING STRUCK BY LIGHTNING 

STORM TAKES TOLL IN FIRE, WRECKS 

LIGHTNING FIRE 

HAIL PELTS SOUTH SQUARE 

LIGHTNING BOLT FLIPS SWITCH IN LOUISBURG 

ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 

TEENS CHARGED IN MOTORCYCLE THEFTS 

MORRISVILLE MAN KILLED IN MOTORCYLE ACCIDENT 

MOTORCYCLE WRECK KILLS BRAGG SOLDIER 

CYCLIST CRITICALLY HURT 

ACCIOENT VICTIM REMAINS CRITICAL 

MOTORCYCLIST HURT IN COLLISION 

MOTORCYCLIST INJURED IN WRECK 

GRANVILLE MAN KILLED IN MISHAP 

BIKE WRECK KILLS BRIDGES 

MOTORCYCLE WRECK KILLS MAN 

POLICE SAY BIKE HIT CAR, CAUGHT FIRE 

DURHAM MAN HURT WHEN MOTORCYCLE COLLIDES WITH CAR 

GASTONIA PAPER'S PUBLISHER REMAINS IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN DIES IN WRECK 

tJ2,£HJ R S E 5^ UED IN HILLSBOROUGH MOTORCYCLE OEATH 
MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN ORANGE COUNTY 
MOTORCYCLIST INJURED 
TESTAVEROE WRECKS, DOUBTFUL FOR ECU 

ACCIDENTS, NUCLEAR 

III En>rl!5 SI-^J?' INTERNATIONAL, ACCIDENTS 

III HHfr-lfi £L *MS . N.C. AND S.C., ACCIDENTS 

SEE NUCLEAR PLANTS, U.S., ACCIDENTS 

ACCIDENTS, PARACHUTES 



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SEE ALSO PARACHUTES 
SEE ALSO PARATROOPERS 

PARACHUTIST KILLEO IN FRANKLIN ACCIDENT 

27 PARATROOPERS INJURED IN JU-P 

27 PARATROOPERS HURT AFTER HISSING DROP ZONE 



ACCIDENTS, POISONINGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 



POISON CONTROL CENTER 



HUNTING, N.C. 



SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS. U.S. 

FATAL SHOT MAVBE ACCIOENTAL 

SHERIFF SAYS DURHAM MAN ACCIDENTALLY SHOT, KILLED 

AUTOPSY INOICATES FATAL SHOOTING WAS ACCIDENTAL 

TWO HARINES KILLEO AND FIVE INJURED ON MORTAR RANGE 

GIRL IN CHARLOTTE SLAIN ACCIDENTALLY 

SHOTGUN ACCIDENT KILLS GIRL, 17. IN PLAIN VIEW 

STOLEN GUN KILLS YOUTH IN ACCIDENT 

CHILOREN OFTEN VICTIMS IN GUN ACCIDENTS — STUOY 

YOUNG PEOPLE OYING IN N.C. GUN ACCIDENTS 

YOUTH KILLED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT 

HUNTING CAUSE OF ONLY 1 OF 5 ACCIOENTAL SHOOTINGS 

VANCE WOMAN SHOT TO DEATH IN MISHAP 

LEGISLATURE CAN STOP N.C. HUNTING DEATHS 

ACCIOENTS, SKATEBOAROS 

SEE ALSO SKATEBOARDING 

LOOKING AT LIFE FROM THE HALF-PIPE 

ACCIDENTS, SPACE SHUTTLE 
SEE ALSO SPACE SHUTTLE 



E ALSO SPACE SHUTTLE 

TRIANGLE OFFICIALS EXPRESS SHOCK, SADNESS 

SHUTTLE PILOT FROM BEAUFORT 

""VING FOR ITS MIKE SMITH 

IS REALIZE THEIR DREAMS WAS MISSION OF ACT GRADUATE MCNAIR 
PROF. BLAMES POLITICS FOR PUTTING DAMPER ON SPACE PROGRAM 
DY SHOULD ALTER PASSENGER POLICY 
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SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, 
SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 
SEE ALSO LEAD POISONING 
SEE ALSO POISONINGS, N.C. 

FEWER CHILOREN POISONED IN HOUSEHOLD ACCIOENTS 

ACCIOENTS. ROCKETS AND MISSILES 
SEE ALSO M ISSILES 
NASA (CARTOON! 

ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCHOOL BUSES 

OURHAM BACKS YOUNG SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CHARGED IN WRECK 

YOUNG SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS A TOUGH PROBLEM FOR N.C. 

SCHOOL BUS. CAR COLLIDE 

17 INJURED WHEN SCHOOL BUS OVERTURNS NEAR LINCOLNTON 

5 STUDENTS INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

CAR HITS SCHOOL BUS". WOMAN KILLED 

STUDENTS UNHURT IN WRECK 

11 PUPILS HURT IN ACCIDENT 

DRIVER OF SCHOOL BUS CHARGED IN COLLISION AT RAILROAD CROSSING 

LAWYERS NOT SURE WHEN 17 LAWSUITS IN GREENE CO. BUS TRAGEDY TO BE HEARD 

SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

14 CHILDREN HURT IN BUS WRECK 

ORANGE FATHER, SON KILLED IN WRECK WITH SCHOOL BUS 

2 MEN KILLED WHEN VEHICLE, BUS COLLIOE 

NO CHARGES FILED IN SCHOOL BUS WRFCK 

CAR HITS PERSON COUNTY SCHOOL BUS 

ENROLLMENT FIGURES SHOW STEADY GROWTH 

SYLVA SCHOOL BUS WRECK HURTS TEEN 

SCHOOL PUS SLIDES DOWN EMBANKMENT , u ._. 

STUDENT BUS DRIVERS DEFENDED BY SCHOOLS' TRANSPORTATION CHIEF 

WOMAN HURT AS SCHOOL BUS RUNS INTO REAR OF HER CAR 

10 STUDENTS INJURED IN BUS-TRUCK ACCIDENT 

N.C. SCHOOL BUSES AVERAGE 10 WRECKS PER MILLION MILES 

TWO SCHOOL BUSES COLLIOE; 54 HURT 

54 STUOENTS INJUREO IN BUS WRECK 

TWO HURT IN CAR, BUS WRECK 

TRAFFIC JAM STIRS SCHOOL BUS DEBATE 

2 INJURED IN COLLISION OF CARS, SCHOOL BUS 

SCHOOL BUS WRECKS; PUPILS TREATED AT THEATER 

15 INJUREO IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 
NO CHILDREN HURT IN BUS WRECK 

AUTO ORIVER HURT IN COLLISION WITH SCHOOL BUS 

HORSE KILLED AS IT HITS SIDE OF BUS r „ 

TRUCK-SCHOOL BUS MISHAP LEADS TO CRACKDOWN ON IMPROPER LOADS 
14 STUOENTS HURT IN CRASH OF BUS, TRUCK 
PROBE CONTINUES IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 
TRUCK ORIVER CHARGED IN ACCIDENT 
THREE BUSES COLLIDE 

ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 

" ALSO ACCIDENTS, 



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1 r \.nu ict 
7 ON CHALLENGER BROUGHT VARIETY OF BACKGROUNDS TO THEIR MISSION 
DISASTER BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF HAPPY TIMES WITH ASTRONAUTS 
VALENTINE SAYS SPACE SHUTTLE CREW HEROES .,..,„.. 

MATH SCHOOL ASSOCIATES PRAISE ASTRONAUT FOR HIS DEDICATION 
VALENTINE SUPPORTS U.S. SPACE PROGRAM 
MORE SPACE FLIGHTS BEST ASTRONAUTS' MEMORIAL 
COULD I STILL GO 7 WOULD CHRISTA' 
TEACHERS ARE PROUO OF MCAULIFFE'S ROLE 
PRESIDENT TO LEAD NATION'S TRIBUTE FRIDAY 
AREA SERVICES TO REMEMBER CREW 
CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO GRANT BEGUN 
PLANETARIUM SUSPENDS SHUTTLE FILM SHOWINGS 
MEMORIAL FOR MIKE SMITH 

PILOT HAD SAID FLYING SHUTTLE WAS SAFE 

TEACHER SAYS SHUTTLE SUCCESSES MAY HAVE GLOSSED OVER DANGER 
CREW MEMBERS' FAMILIES RETURN HOME, TRY TO RELAX 
IN MOURNING 

GRANTS HONOR SHUTTLE CREW 

OURHAM-BURN EXPERT HEADS SHUTTLE PROBE 
SPACE SHUTTLE CHALLENGER ICARTOONI 

SPACE EXPLORATION OEPENOS ON COURAGE „.„„,„., 

SCHOOLS IN DURHAM PAY TRIBUTE TO VICIIMS OF SHUTTLE EXPLOSION 
N.C. MEMORIAL SERVICES BEGIN 
MATH SCHOOL P»YS TRIBUTE TO 7 

NEW UNC TECHNIOUE MAY AIO NASA INVESTIGATIONS 
REMEMBER ING 

DURHAM NATIVE HEADS SHUTTLE BLAST PROBE ,.,„., , .„..,,.„„ 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELO IN CHAPEL HILL TO MOURN CHALLENGER'S 7 ASTRONAUTS 
JACKSON SAYS SHUTTLE'S ACCIDENT FORCES REVALUATION OF 'STAR WARS' 
OHS PAYS TRIBUTE 
HONORING THE ASTRONAUTS 



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12/31/86 



INSIDE 

AMERICANS TO BOUNCE BACK FROM SPACE SHUTTLE TRAGEDY 

STUDENT HANTS A SHUTTLE NAMED FOR MRS. MCAULIFFE 

BEAUFORT PAYING TRIBUTE TODAY TO ASTRONAUT SMITH 

PRESIDENT'S TRIBUTE TO CHALLENGER'S CREW 

ASTRONAUTS IMMORTAL 

TAPS FOR A PIONEER OF SPACE 

SHUTTLE HEROES PEMEM8ERED 

MEMORIAL REMEMBERS SMITH AS 'HEROIC PIONEER' 

ASSIMILATING TRAGEDIES 

DREAMING AND DARING 

HAS THIS A MESSAGE? 

SHUTTLE DEBRIS SOUGHT OFF N.C. COAST 

SHUTTLE RESTORES PRAYERS 

EOITORIAL COMMENOED 

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED 

BEACH RESIDENTS ALERTED ABOUT SHUTTLE DEBRIS 

TO ALL READERS ( AD I 

SOVIETS SADDENED, BUT... 

SHUTTLE PIONEERS REMIND US OF OUR HUMANITY 

A SENSE OF CALM 

A TOUCH OF BEAUTY 

THE NASA IMAGE 

POEM HONORS CREW OF CHALLENGES 

...MAYBE HE COULD DELAY THIS PARTICULAR LAUNCH... (CARTOON) 

POHE STUDENT LAUOS SHUTTLE ASTRONAUTS 

IS EFFICIENCY TOP PRIORITY? 

...HERE COMES ONE OF THOSE LITTLE FOREIGN JOBS... (CARTOON! 

HE REACH FOR THE STARS 

OISCOVERY PAINFUL FOR SMITH'S BROTHER 

THORNTON SAYS SHUTTLE PROBLEMS WILL BE CORRECTEO 

THE RIGHT TO KNOW 

SHUTTLE DISASTER LANDS DUKE TEACHER ON TV 

NASA GOES 'SAFETY FIRST' 

N.C. PILOT OF CHALLENGER IS BURIED 

NASA (CARTOONI 

ROGERS COMMISSION BOOSTS QUALITY CONTROL 

CLEAN HE UP, SCOTTY (CARTOONI 

YEAGER SAYS SHUTTLE TRAGEDY SHOWS MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS OF NASA 

SAFETY OF ASTRONAUTS SHOULD BE TOP PRIORITY 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

ASTRONAUT'S HIDOH FILES DAMAGE LAWSUIT 

MCNAIRS BATTLE LOSS OF ASTRON-.UT RON 

ASTRONAUT BACKS SPACE SHUTTLE TRIPS 

N.C. WON'T EASILY FORGET 2 CHALLENGER ASTRONAUTS 

TAR HEELS IN 19B6: NATIVE SON KILLEO IN SHUTTLE TRAGEDY 

ACCIDENTS, SPORTS 

SEE SPORTS, INJURIES 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, FARMING 
CAR, LAWN TRACTOR COLLIDE 

MAN FLEEING FROM HORNETS RUN DOWN, KILLFO BY TRACTOR 
FAINT CRIES LEO TO INJURED MAN 

RUNAWAY TRACTOR INJURES MAN; PA5SERSBY FIND HIM IN FIELD 
VICTIM IMPROVES 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR-TRAILER 
SEE ACCIDENTS. TRUCKS 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE ALSO PROPANE 

SEE ALSO RAILROAO CROSSINGS 

PART OF FREIGHT TRAIN OERAILS NEAR LUCAMA 

TRAIN RUNS OVER CHILD, MAN; CHILD HURT, MAN WALKS AWAY 

ZEBULON BOY, 2, RUN OVER BY TRAIN. DIES 

PASSENGER TRAIN HITS BEER TRUCK 

SILVER STAR CRUSHES 'SILVER BULLET' 

LUMRERTON RESIDENTS EVACUATED AFTER CHEMICAL TANK CAR LEAKS 

MOTHER'S SUIT BLAMES RAILROAD FOR DEATH OF 2-YEAR-OLD SON 

GRANDMOTHER INOICTED IN BOY'S DEATH 

TRAIN KILLS TWO BOYS 

MAN INJURED IN TRUCK-TRAIN COLLISION 

N.C. RAILROAD TRESTLE COLLAPSES ONTO HIGHWAY 

TANGLED MESS 

ROAD REMAINS SHUT WHE°E TRAIN DERAILED 

11 PUPILS HURT IN ACCIDENT 

DRIVER OF SCHOOL BUS CHARGEO IN COLLISION AT RAILROAD CROSSING 

1<> CARS OF A FREIGHT TRAIN OERAIL IN ROBESON COUNTY 

WOMAN SENTENCED IN DEATH OF GRANOSON STRUCK BY TRAIN 

TRUCK-TRAIN WRECK KILLS RUTHERFnRD TEEN 

TWO MEN ON TRACKS STRUCK, KILLEO BY TRAIN 

WHOOPS! 

2 ENGINES, 3 CARS DERAIL NEAR APEX 
TRAIN OERAILS; 1 KILLED 

TRAIN CARS BURN OUT; WRECKAGE IS RE»OVEO 

3 MORE CHEMICALS DISCOVERED SPILLED IN N.C. TRAIN DERAILMENT 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 
SEE ALSO PROPANE 

RAIL CHAIRMAN AT THROTTLE OURING WRECK 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? IN RAILROAO* S CASE, CONFUSION 

ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

SEE ALSO TRUCKING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS 

MEN ARE HURT IN TRUCK WRECK 

PEOESTRIAN CRITICALLY INJURED 

INJURED PEDESTRIAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

CALLING FOR HELP 

TRACTOR-TRAILER ACCIDENT CAUSES MOO, 000 DAMAGE 

AFTER TRUCK HITS TREE, DRIVER CITED FOR DWI 

CAR DRIVER SERIOUSLY INJURED 

MAN IN WRECK SAID 'STABLE' 

WOMAN CRITICALLY INJUREO IN W^ECK 

ACCIDENT KILLS CHAPEL HILL ORIVER, 25 

EARLY-MORNING WRECK 

TOBACCO-LADEN TRUCK OVERTURNS 

COLLISION AFTERMATH 

PERSON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT KILLED, 3 INJURED IN ACCIOENT 

PICKUP ROLLS OFF RAMP, PINS MAN 

THREE INJUREO IN COLLISION ON 1-8"; 

TRUCK ROLLS OFF RAMP, PINS DURHAM MAN 

RIG OVERTURNS INJURING 3 

FOUR HURT IN WRECK ON N.C. 55 

HIGHWAY PATROL CONTINUES PROBF OF 3-VFHICLE WRECK 

UTILITY TRUCK ORIVER CITED IN FEB. 26 WRECK 

TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON 1-26 

ONE PERSON KILLED IN WRECK; CHEMICAL SPILLS INTO RIVER 

CAR-TRUCK COLLISION KILLS LIBERTY WOMAN 

PASSENGER TRAIN HITS BEER TRUCK 

RIG JACKKNIFES ON 1-85; FUEL LEAKS; LANES BLOCKED 

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N 


H 2 


5/17/86 


A 


1 


P 


P 


H ? 


5/18/86 


( 


in 




N 


H / 


5/22/86 


II 


4 


P 


N 


H 7 


5/23/86 


A 


14 




N 


H 2 


6/13/86 


A 


1 P 




N 


H ? 


6/14/86 


A 


9 




N 


H ! 


6/24/86 


A 


1 ? 




N 


H 2 


7/19/86 


A 


I'l 




N 


H 2 


7/29/86 


A 


I 


P 


P H60 


H I 


7/29/86 


H 


I 


P 


N H60 


H 2 


11/09/86 


(. 


1 




N 


H ? 


11/10/86 


A 


1 \ 


P 


N 


S 1 


11/13/86 


A 


15 




N 



H 2 5/20/B6 C 
H 2 5/20/86 C 



S 2 


1/07/86 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


1/11/86 


( 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


1/12/86 


H 


1 1 




N 




H 2 


1/17/B6 


H 


< 


P 


P 




H 2 


1/18/86 


A 


ft 




N 




H 2 


1/26/86 


H 


6 




N 




H 2 


1/28/86 


( 


1 


P 


p 


S76 


S 2 


1/28/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


2/02/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


2/04/86 


( 


4 




tl 




S ? 


2/10/86 


A 


1 


P 


P 


1 M 


H 2 


2/11/86 


A 


in 


V 


P 


I (' 


S 2 


2/13/86 


A 


3 


p 


P 


BR1 


H 2 


2/20/86 


B 


? 




n 




H 2 


2/22/86 


A 


f, 




N 




H 2 


2/23/86 


R 


6 




N 




S 2 


2/24/86 


r 


? 




M 




S 2 


3/10/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 




H 2 


3/11/86 


(. 


1 


p 


N 


MM 


S 2 


3/11/86 


(, 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/12/86 


(. 


/ 




N 




H 2 


3/12/86 


(. 


3 




N 




H 2 


3/14/86 


A 


1 (l 




M 




H 2 


3/14/B6 


H 


5 




N 




S 2 


3/21/86 


A 


1 




N 




S 2 


3/24/86 


I, 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/25/86 


A 


1 


p 


p 


I 31 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUA 
lVOl/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



WRECK INJURES WOMAN 

WOMAN HURT AS TRUCK HITS HER CAR 

LEGISLATIVE PANEL REQUESTS ANSWERS ON UNHITCHING OF DOUBLE- TR A I LER RIGS 

RIG CARRYING BANANAS OVERTURN"" 

RIG OVERTURNS NEAR HENDERSON 

WOMAN HURT WHEN STRUCK BY TRUCK 

VAN-TRUCK WRECK KILLS 3 NASH MEN 

TRAILER STRIKES ROXBCJRO WOMAN'S FOOT 

KENAN TANKER OVERTURNSi SPILLS JET FUEL IN S.C. 

2 HURT WHEN ARMORED CAR FLIPS 

WRECK SPILLS FUEL 

SULFURIC ACID SPILLS AS TANKER TRUCK OVERTURNS 

WRECK INJURES 1 

5 HURT IN 4 DURHAM WRECKS ON 1-65 

POLICEMAN STRUCK BY CAR ON I -8 5 

2 MEN KILLED IN 1-85 ACCIDENT 

OFFICER HIT BY CAR IN •GOOD" CONDITION 

TWO MEN KILLED IN TRUCK CRASH 

TRUCK OVERTURNS. SPILLS SAND 

HAN INJURED IN TRUCK-TRAIN COLLISION 

VAN AND TRUCK COLLIDE ON 1-85; WOMAN IS HURT 

WRECK BLOCKS TRAFFIC 

FLIPPED TRUCK CLOGS 1-85 NORT" LANES 30 MILES 

NO CHARGES YET FILED IN 1-85 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 

TANKER SPILLS SOLVENT; GEER ST. AREA EVACUATED 

TANKER SPILL NEAR GEER ST. CLEARS AREA: NO ONE INJUREO DURING MISHAP 

METHYLENE CHLORIDE ON HAZARDOUS LIST 

TANKER REMOVEO; 24 RETURN HOME 

ORIVER KILLED. 2 HURT NEAR YANCEYVILLE 

1-85 TRAFFIC SNARLED BY TWO TRUCK WRECKS 

OFFICIALS LAUD EVACUATION REACTION 

W.E. LEGGETT, STORE OFFICIAL, DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY RIG 

INDIANA MAN KILLED IN CASWELL WRECK 

SPILL HANDLED EXPERTLY 

SAFE BUT DISCONSOLATE 

POLICE MANAGEMENT FAILS 

BLOWING HIS TOP 

JACKKNIFE 

A TRUCK TOO TALL 

13 MIGRANT WORKERS INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
WHITEVILLE MAN IS KILLED IN MD . TRUCK ACCIDENT 
TRUCK OVERTURNS. ORIVER DIES 

MAN HURT AS CAR HIT BY GARBAGE TRUCK 

BUS-TRUCK COLLISION KILLS 2, INJURES 4 OTHERS NEAR LENOIR 

TRUCK WRECK KILLS DURHAM MAN NEAR HOME 

MEN KILLED IN COLLISION OF TRUCK, BUS IDENTIFIED 

VEHICLES COLLIDE; DURHAM MAN DIES 

GIVING AIO 

VA. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN FATAL DURHAM CRASH 

Dl SCHARGEO 

ORANGE WRECK KILLS ORIVER 

JOHN E. AOAMS, 39, APEX TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN ACCIDENT 

INSURANCE COMPANY CLEARS CITY OF CITY TRUCK'S DAMAGE 

BURLINGTON GIRL DIES FROM WRECK 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN INJUREO IN ACCIDENT 

1-85 WRECK KILLS 1 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN HURT AS TRUCK FLIPS 

OIL TRUCK, CAR COLLIOE 

ARIZONA MAN KILLED IN 1-85 TRUCK WRECK 

SHOULD EPILEPTICS DRIVE TRUCKS? 

TIGHT FIT 

NO, 2 WAYS ABOUT IT! 

RALEIGH MAN KILLED ON U.S. 

MORRISVILLE GIRL KILLED BY 

RIG LOAPED WITH EGGS FLIPS 

STRINGENT LICENSING NEEDED 

LOADER OVERTURNS 

MAN HURT IN 3-VEHICLE COLLISION 

MAN HURT IN COLLISION OF RESCUE VAN. 

MAN HURT IN COLLISION OF RESCUE VAN, 

TROOPERS PROBE U.S. 70 WRECK 

MAN HURT IN WRECK OUT OF HOSPITAL 

STORM TAKES TOLL IN FIRE, WRECKS 

MAN SUFFERS CARDIAC ARREST 

HE NEEDS A BRACER 

WITNESS SOUGHT 

NORLINA MAN KILLED WHEN HIS CAR RUNS UNDER TRUCK TRAILER 

DUMP TRUCK ROLLS DOWN HILL, HITS CAR 

10 STUDENTS INJUREO IN BUS-TRUCK ACCIDENT 

15-YEAR-OLD BOY DRIVES DAO'S TRUCK INTO 2 PARKED CARS 

HOUSE CANDIDATE INJURED IN WRECK 

COLLISION CLOGS BOULEVARD INTERSECTION 

TRUCK CARRYING DYNAMITE OVERTURNS 

TURNING TRUCK OVERTURNS 

TANKER SPILLS, RESIDENTS EVACUATED 

TRUCK OVERTURNS; 20 HOGS KILLEO 

TRUCK OVERTURNS 

TRACTOR-TRAILER HITS HORSE, OVERTURNS 

GEORGIA MAN KILLEO IN 15-VEHICLE N.C. PILEUP 

N.C. TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN FIERY PILEUP 

BACKING WRECKER ACCIDENTALLY KILLS 2-YEAR-OLD BOY 

15 INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

5 PEOPLE HURT IN ACCIOENT IN r .REENSBORO 

WRECKS PROMPT CITY TO INSPECT TRUCKS 

ONE KILLEO AS PICKUP GOING WRONG WAY HITS CAR ON t-40 

TRUCK DRIVE" GETS SUSPENDED TERM IN FATAL ACCIOENT ON OUKE STREFT 

TRUCK-SCHOOL °US MISHAP LEADS TO CRACKDOWN ON IMPROPER LOAOS 

14 STUOENTS HURT IN CRASH OF =>US, TRUCK 
PROBE CONTINUES IN SCHOOL BUS WRECK 
TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED IN ACCIOENT 
2 WRECKS SNARL TRAFFIC ON 1-85 

ONE KILLED, TWO INJUREO IN CAR-TRUCK COLLISION 
TRUCK WRECK KILLS THREE 

OUMP TRUCK ORIVER FACES HIT, 'UN CHARGE 

ORIVEP KILLED IN BLAST AFTER GASOLINE TANKER HITS POLE, EXPLODES 
•DAMAGE FREE' NO more 

ACCIDENTS, VANS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO VANS 

VAN INJURES 2 WOMFN 

OXFORD MAN CHARGED AFTER STOLEN VAN HITS FRIENO OF OWNER 

MAN DRAGGED BY VAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

WOMAN: CAR STEREO MISSING 

MAN ORAGGEO BY VAN AT COURTHOUSE DIES 

ACCIDENT BLOCKS TRAFFIC ON 1-9 5 

WRECK BLOCKS TRAFFIC ON 1-65 

OFFICER INJURED IN WRECK 

WOMAN INJUREO IN I-B5 WRECK 

VAN, TRAIN HIT AT 80X80=0 ST. CROSSING 

MAN HURT IN COLLISION OF RESCUE VAN, PICKUP 

MAN HURT IN COLLISION OF RESCUE VAN, PICKUP 

ACCIDENTS, VANS, N.C. 
SEE ALSD VANS 

VAN-IRUCK WRECK KILLS 3 NASH "EN 

VAN AND TRUCK COLLIOE ON 1-85: WOMAN IS HURT 



70 

TRUCK 

OVER 

F0» TRUCKERS 



PICKUP 
PICKUP 







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I 


T 




N E 




E 




L 


Y 




P 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


BYL 


S 2 


3/26/86 


C 


1 


P 


P 


K30 


H 2 


3/27/86 


A 


18 




N 




H 2 


3/28/66 


A 


10 




N 




H 1 


3/28/86 


B 


1 




N 




S 2 


3/28/86 


A 


11 




N 




S 2 


3/28/66 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/21/86 


C 


2 




N 




H 1 


3/29/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


4/01/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


4/13/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 




S 2 


4/14/66 


A 


2 




N 




H 2 


4/15/86 


B 


4 




N 




S 2 


4/16/66 


C 


1 


P 


p 


T37 


S 2 


4/23/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


T85 


H 2 


4/24/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 


454 


S 2 


4/24/86 


A 


2 




N 




S 2 


4/24/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 1 


4/25/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 




S 2 


4/25/86 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


5/01/66 


A 


19 




N 




S 2 


5/07/86 


C 


1 




N 




S 2 


5/13/86 


C 


1 


P 


P 


S76 


H 2 


5/14/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 




S 2 


5/14/86 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


5/21/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/22/66 


A 


1 


p 


N 


A 54 


H 2 


5/22/86 


A 


1 


H 


N 


C6P 


S 2 


5/22/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


T85 


H 2 


5/22/86 


B 


2 




N 




H 2 


5/22/66 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


5/23/66 


B 


1 




N 


A 54 


H 2 


5/23/66 


C 


8 









H 2 


5/23/86 


C 


6 




N 




H 2 


5/27/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 2 


5/27/86 


B 


1 


p 


p 


120 


H 2 


6/09/86 


A 


4 




L 




H 2 


6/10/86 


C 


3 


P 


p 


M66 


H 2 


6/12/86 


B 


1 


p 


P 


K30 


H 2 


6/12/86 


B 


5 


P 


p 


R76 


S 2 


6/16/86 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


6/19/86 


B 


2 




N 




H 2 


6/20/66 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


6/20/86 


B 


5 




N 




H 2 


6/20/86 


C 


8 




N 




S 2 


6/20/86 


C 


6 




N 




H 2 


6/21/86 


C 


4 




N 




S 2 


7/10/56 


A 


1 


p 


N 


T85 


S 2 


7/10/86 


C 


1 


P 


P 


T37 


H 2 


7/11/86 


A 


14 









H 2 


7/31/36 


A 


16 


P 


p 


M66 


S 2 


8/01/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


8/02/86 


C 


2 




n 




H 1 


8/02/86 


c 


3 




N 




H 2 


8/04/86 


A 


8 









H 2 


8/06/86 


B 


2 




N 




S 2 


8/06/86 


A 


1 




N 




S 2 


8/06/86 


C 


15 




N 




H 2 


8/07/86 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


8/07/86 


C 


16 




N 




H 2 


8/08/86 


A 


4 




E 




S 2 


8/11/86 


A 


1 


P 


p 


S76 


H 2 


8/12/°6 


B 


5 


P 


p 


S76 


S 2 


8/18/86 


C 


2 




N 




S 2 


8/19/86 


c 


2 









H I 


3/23/86 


c 


3 




N 




S 2 


8/23/66 


A 


4 




F 




S 2 


8/25/86 


A 


5 


p 


P 


M66 


S 2 


8/25/86 


C 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


8/26/86 


c 


3 




N 




H 1 


8/26/86 


c 


3 


p 


N 




S 2 


8/26/66 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


8/26/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


8/26/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 




H 2 


8/30/66 


c 


1 


P 


p 


S76 


H 2 


a/30/86 


C 


1 


P 


P 


L20 


H 2 


9/09/86 


c 


12 




N 




H 2 


9/12/86 


A 


1 2 









H 2 


9/18/86 


D 


6 




N 




S 2 


9/19/86 


A 


1 




N 




H 2 


9/22/86 


B 


9 




N 




S 2 


10/02/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


10/03/86 


C 


5 


p 


N 




H 2 


10/14/66 


C 


4 




N 




H 2 


10/15/86 


c 


12 


P 


P 


M66 


S 2 


10/15/86 


c 


13 




N 




H 2 


10/16/86 


A 


16 




N 




H 2 


10/18/86 


c 


3 


P 


P 


K30 


H I 


10/18/86 


c 


3 




N 




S 2 


10/23/66 


c 


8 




N 




H 2 


10/24/66 


c 


10 




N 




H 2 


10/25/86 


a 


6 









S 2 


10/28/86 


A 


2 




N 




S 2 


10/28/86 


B 


5 




N 




S 2 


10/30/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 


T85 


H 2 


11/03/86 


c 


4 




N 




H 2 


11/15/86 


c 


1 




N 


S82 


H 2 


11/26/86 


c 


2 




N 




H 1 


12/03/86 


B 


1 




N 




S 1 


12/03/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 1 


12/04/86 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


12/15/86 


A 


14 




N 




H 2 


12/19/86 


c 


12 




N 




H 2 


12/20/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


12/22/86 


8 


5 




N 




H 1 


12/27/86 


C 


4 




N 




H 1 


12/30/86 


B 


1 


P 


p 




H 2 


2 /J 1/86 


c 


1 




N 




H 2 


3/26/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


"51 


5 2 


3/26/86 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


3/31/96 


c 


I 




N 




H 3 


4/05/86 


C 


1 


p 







H 2 


4/23/86 


c 


1 




N 




S 2 


4/23/86 


C 


10 




N 




H 2 


4/27/86 


c 


5 




N 




H 2 


5/07/86 


A 


13 




N 




H 2 


6/27/86 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


8/26/86 


c 


3 




N 




H 1 


8/26/86 


c 


3 


P 


N 




H 2 


3/29/96 


c 


2 




N 




S 2 


5/07/86 


c 


I 




N 





MONTHLY/A 



SUBJECTS 



13 MIGRANT WORKERS INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

ACCOUNTANTS 

SEE CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

ACID RAIN 

SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO RAINFALL. N.C. 

EPA TO RESPONO FRIDAY TO SUIT OVER ACIO RAIN 

•WILD 1 SERIES CONTINUES 

ONE STEP AGAINST ACID RAIN 

ACID RAIN DISCUSSION, FILM TO BF SUNDAY 

ACID RAIN ACCORD CHEERING 

HUMANS MAY BE NEXT VICTIMS OF ACIO RAIN 

SCIENTISTS: MORE THAN ACID RAIN OAMAGING FORESTS 

K5if,l S* VS BUS I5«E SSES SHOULD SEAR BURDEN OF REDUCING ACID RAIN 

9'9^ E T "LLEO THREAT TO NATURE AS PANEL REVIEWS AIR STANDARDS 

MOST TREES ATOP MOUNT MITCHELL DEAD OR OYING 

ACID RAIN: ENVIRONMENT'S ENEMY 

RESEARCHER: FORESTS SICKENING ON APPALACHIANS HIGH SUMMITS 

CLAY MAY BE PROTECTING SOUTHEAST FROM ACID RAIN 

HI£K„9kS Y .99tr EN ! [ B SOUTHEASTERN soils may soften effects of ACID PAIN 

?22??l! r ,f, C > I , 7 R4IN .£ ONIROL BIl - LS C0U <-0 MEAN POWER RATE INCREASES 
fcrl-fcLIS UN N.C., VIRGINIA 

ACKLAND ART CENTER 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL ACKLAND ART CENTER 



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DATE 
6/16/66 C 



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2 


1/02/86 


R 


1 


N 


M97 


? 


1/09/86 


D 


12 


N 




2 


1/11/86 


A 


4 


F 




f 


2/14/86 


A 


5 


N 




? 


3/24/86 


A 


4 


F 




/ 


3/24/96 


A 


4 


F 




1 


4/02/86 


A 


9 


N 




i 


4/03/B6 


A 


8 


N 


1 40 


,' 


4/22/86 


I 


7 


N 


M97 


/ 


5/02/86 


A 


14 


N 




/ 


5/03/86 


A 


4 


1 




/ 


8/11/86 


A 


11 P 


N 




.' 


10/30/»6 


A 


22 


N 




/ 


11/06/86 


A 


19 


N 




? 


12/15/86 


A 


11 


N 




i 


12/15/86 


A 


11 


N 





SEE .. A k§° P I SEA SF S (SEE ALSO NAM=S OF SPECIFIC DISEASES! 
HINTS HELP TREAT ACNE. TEEN PLAGUE 

ACORNS 

E ,? PE , R I„ E .'! P , E . C I S BE4R CUB DEATHS FROM POOR ACORN CROP IN SMOKIES 
MILD SPRING PROVIDES BOUNTY OF ACORNS 

ACOUIREO IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNOROM= 
SEE ALSO AZT I A2ID0THYMINE I 

511 *!-Sg DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEOICAL CENTER, AIDS RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEOICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH FACILITY 
SEE ALSO SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES 

N.C. AIDS CASES TRIPLE LAST YEAR 

GENDER ROLES CONFUSED 

AN ABSURD SUGGESTION 

BROCHURES AVAILABLE 

2 7 r INS .inyl E ., HORKER5 SCORN AIDS MISINFORMATION, DONATE BLOOD 

N.C. PROPOSES AIOS GUIDELINES FOR SCHOOLS 

AIDS SPREAOS AT FORT BRAGG 

CARL PETER WITTMAN, 43, COMMUNITY LEADER 

COMMUNITY LEADER, WITTMAN, DIES 

JOKLIK: AIOS EPIDEMIC MAY BE IN MAKING 

DOCTOR: FULL EFFECT OF AIDS YEARS AWAY 

UNIVERSITIES FORM AIOS EDUCATION PLANS 

FORT BRAGG TO BEGIN SCREENING FOR AIDS 

UNC BEGINS AIDS EDUCATION PROGRAM 

KOOP: SOCIETY'S NEEDS MAY OVERRIDE FAMILY'S 
_ UNC SETS AIOS SYMPOSIUM^ 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME ORUG SHOWN TO GIVE SHORT-TERM HELP FOR AIDS 

BURROUGHS AIDS ORUG PROMISING 

ABOUT 300 EXPECTED AT UNC-CHAP EL HILL'S SYMPOSIUM ON AIDS 

AIDS RISK 'LOW' FOR HEALTH WORKERS 

BEST BET ON AIOS: CUTTING EXPOSURE 

SPEAKER NOTES WEAKNESS IN AIOS RESPONSE 

AIOS CAUSES GRAPPLING WITH ETHICAL OUESTI ONS--LAWYER 
MORE CHILDREN ARE GETTING AIDS 

ENERGY APPETITE UNTFNABLE 

NORTH CAROLINA GETS H41.719 TO OATTLE AIDS 

GUILFORD CONSIDERS PROGRAM ON AIDS 

GUILFORD MAY GET AIDS PROGRAM NURSE 

OUKE GETS AIDS RESEARCH GRANT 

f.A£i, PRIS0NFRS WORRY ABOUT EXPOSURE TO AIOS 

HOMOSEXUALS WARNED OF TOUGH TIMES AHEAO 

KI5S o * 1 I 9!T2i| K rS R 9i J . P, c ^ ERS B0TH TARGETS OF SPREADING HEPATITIS 

o,,iH R c L !!I E ,2 S .!2,*t L SIDES OF PROCLAMATION DEBATE, AND THEN... 

?H?2 R |n 4B ?W MS? C0NT I N UE TO HAMPER COLLECTION OF BLOOD 

LUKt HJK biN IAD) 

RULES SHQULO INCLUOE BAN ON SPREAD OF AIDS 

CITY OF AtOS 

AIDS VICTIM CAN'T FINO A HOME OUTSIOE HOSPITAL 

BURROUGHS' TESTING AIDS ORUG L 

M.O.: PUBLIC FEAR TORMENTS AIOS PATIENTS 

F0R J BR4G $ COMMANDER SAYS MONEY FOR TRAINING REDUCED 

AIDS CASES SPREADING AT FORT PRAGG 

MDS S FOR*EVERYUNE° CH4NGE LIFESTYLE TO STOP AIDS SPREAD 

AIDS SAID SPREADING INTO GENERAL POPULATION 

BEWARE THE JUOGMENT 

AIDS A 'TIME B0M6' 

GULLEY FOES LEVEL NEW CLAIM 

"V°R: «IOS CENTER CLAIMS APE BIZARRE 

N.C. -MADE DRUG PUTS AIOS ON HOLD 

IDEA IS LAUGHABLE 

A VICIOUS CHARGE 

A CRUEL ASSERTION 

AIOS BIAS CHARGE CITES N.C. HOSPITAL 

HH£ SCHOOLS TO CONDUCT AIOS EDUCATION PROGRAMS 

UNC OFFICIAL: STAFF ALSO NEEDS AIDS EOUCATION 

P4 ^L,,L 5 ,. ST y DIES ° F AIDS DRUG SHOULD CONTINUE 
PRECAUTIONS ARE NEEOED TO MAK? BLOOD SAFER 
2 RECEIVE ORGANS from AIDS VICTIM 
A TIME FOR UNDERSTANDING 

ORGANS TRANSPLANTED FROM HAN WITH AIDS ANTIBOOIES 
AFTER 5 YEARS. ONLY ONE CURE FOUND FQR AIDS: WORDS 
nn?;^";;.?!!^!^ 0,UG TEST F0R CHILDREN WITH AIDS 
DOCTORS RAISE OUESTIONS ABOUT ORGAN TRANSPLANTS 
DOC ,I9 R ,l.f 4V , GRE NSB0R0 TRANSPLANT CASE TAUGHT LESSONS 
f!2 4 ?n R :, S 4 I 05 0RUG Cl4IM OUESTIONEO BY RESEARCHERS 

^?sJSooJer!Text°!!ios r 5 .? R k UG g»8up PUTED BY C0MP4NV 

|g« E fW 1NG FOR AIDS VIRUS MAKES BL000 SAFER--UNC EXPERT 

DUR D H C AM^DUC T 2TE'S L SR'UG ,A IBU^R-S n DE5IGN4TF B ^°°° CONORS 

STABILITY OF DURHAM DRUG USERS HELPFUL 

MORE OIRECTEO BLOOO DONATIONS ALLOWEO 

AIOS DRUG TESTS REVEAL 'NEW INFORMATION' 

?i?S. H^WS H J Y GET HEALTH SERVICE NOD 

CHARLOTTE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL TO REVIEW ITS AIOS POLICIES 

BURROUGHS DRUG REDUCES AIDS DEATHS PUL1LIES 

'TENS OF MILLIONS' SPENT TESTING AZT 

PHONE LINE OPENEO FOR AZT OUESTIONS 

BURROUGHS' AIDS DRUG FREED FO' USE 

GRUUP .;, 42 L T , COMPLICATE RESEARCH 

I?J 4NG ,i F ,r 0RUG r ?f. 4rS UP 4IDS HOTLINE, RESEARCH 

AIDS ORUG RAISES ETHICAL ISSUES 



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H 2 


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9/09/86 A 


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S 2 


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H 2 


9/18/86 


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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31786 



s u b j e 



FTA APPROVES 
FDA APPROVES 
RTI RECEIVES 
INSTITUTE OE 
NEW AIDS ORU 
DUKE GRANTS 
SEX ED: WHEN 
CITY, COUNTY 
MYTHS APOUT 
DUKE PROF: 
JILL VOTES C 
AIDS THEME I 
AIOS EXAGGER 
TRANSPLANT P 
PROTESTS LIK 
SCHOOLS POND 
AIOS EDUCATI 
USE OF HUMOR 
AIDS RESEARC 
2 FROM DUKE 
STATE'S SEX 
AIOS TESTS P 
REVAMP CANCE 
4 FROM CURHA 
THE PULSE OF 
SHORTAGES EX 



BROADER USE OF 
GUIDELINES FOR 
CONTRACT FOR TE 
TS S4.4 MILL ION 
G PUTS SPOTLIGHT 
Tn STUDY AIDS 
WHERE? 
SCHOOL ADMINIST 
AIOS PERSIST, DC 
IDS THREATENS HE 
UPE AIOS? 
N THEATRE GUILD 
ATEP, S«YS SA3IN 
ATIFNT TESTS NEG 
ELY OVER AIOS ED 
ER AIOS INSTRUCT 
ON IN NORTH CARO 

KEY TO '«S IS" 
HERS: REPORTING 
ON TEAM MAKING A 
EDUCATION OEBATE 
LANNED c OR JOB C 
R RESEARCH 
M ON AIDS PANEL 

AMERICA 
PECTED IN '87 OF 



DRUG FOR AIDS PATIENTS 
BURROUGHS' AIOS DRUG 
STING AIOS DRUGS 
CONTRACT FOR AIOS STJfllES 

ON ANTIV IRAL RESEARCH 
LZHFIMER' S 

R4TORS ASKED TO CONSIDER AIDS EDUCATION 

CTQR TELLS NCCU AUOIENCE 

TEROSEXUALS 

DRAMA 

; NUCLEAR WAR A GREATER THREAT 

ATIVE FOR AIDS VIRUS 

UCATION IN SCHOOLS 

LlNA CLASSROOMS DIFFICULT TOPIC TO ADDRESS 

METHODS HINDER EFFORTS 
ITS PROGRESS 
TO GET HOTTER 
OR PS 



'URROUGHS* AIOS DRUG 



REALLY... 



ACCUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, N.C. CASES 
N.C. AIDS CASES TRIPLE LAST YEAR 
62 CASES OF AIDS REPORTED IN STATE LAST YEAR 
AIOS BIAS CHARGE CITES N.C. HOSPITAL 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

DUKE DOCTOR: AIDS INCIOENT HAS LESSON 

AFTER 5 YEARS. ONLY ONE CURE FOUND FOR AIDS: WORDS 
AIOS ANTIBOOIES CASE AFFECTS TRANSPLANT TESTS 

EVEN SOME DOCTORS NERVOUS ABOUT HANDLING PATIENTS WITH AIOS 
LAB DESTROYS AIDS-CONTAMINATED BLOOD FOUND IN TESTS 
RECIPIENT HAS AIDS ANTIBODY 

IMPLANT PATIENT'S AIOS TEST POSITIVE .. T , onnICC 

DONOR OF HEART IN DUKE TRANSPLANT HAD AIOS ANTIBODIES 

SCTIV LOSERS WEAR WAR PAINT IN MOCK BATTLES 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, CHILDREN 

SEE CHILD ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 

ACTORS ANO ACTRESSES. DURHAM 

ANITA MORRIS: SHE'S NOT 'RUTHLE 

ACTORS ANO ACTRESSES, N.C. 

COMMUNITY ACTOR? NEEDED AT OUKE 

F-uRMeIT^ STAT^HEAVYwIlGHT PINS DOWN ROLES IN HgULYHOOO 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT TAKING 3 WEEKS OFF TO APPEAR IN MOVIE 

KavE f§I?u5E*S!lE"i5ivE?-. , | C *»! O F5t V P 0, TR?ES , ?U.NING FANTASIES INTO CAREER 

ACTOR! itlk< L ?0 D ?Hl?*ir E RS Of'mARINERS IN 16TH CENTURY 
ACTORS RESTAGE 16TH CENTURY SHIP LIFE 

ShaTeSep^BECAme OF 'OUR GANG" MOST MET ODO ENO. SAYS 'SPANKY' 
LOVE STORY ABOUT CHOPIN, GEORGE SAND FILMED IN STATE 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, U.S. „.„_,_ 
SEE ALSO ANIMALS, SHOW BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS. ACTORS ANO ACTRESSES 

"lEM-oS/aCT-ORS^UStV MIM,CS. NOT PLAY THEMSELVES 

anita morris: she's not 'ruthless,' really... 
'shug' sure will be hfre ,,,-,, 

winston-salem actress moves from 'another worlo' to '227' 
grant's earlier films called most memorable 

* CT see'also°carrboro art school inow center for visual l performing artsi 
see also center for visual ano performing arts 
in the spotlight 

•ghostly' glows in co-op one-acts 
clearing the record 

a worthy effort falls short in 'iguana- 
turn-off opening spoils 'top "urls' 

acupuncture , . , 

see also china, meoicine 
acupuncture used to stop pain, smoking 

acyclovir 

see also drugs 
herpes drug maoe in rtp promising 

AO VALOREM TAX 

SEE N.C. AD VALOREM TAX DIVISION 

AOAM AND EVE (BUSINESS! 
SEE ALSO PhE, INC. 

"cOMMISSIONErTtaBLE REOUEST F3R JURISDICTION 
AOAM ANO EVE FIRM IN ORANGE COUNTY RAIOEO 
FIRM PLANS RESPONSE TO RAID 

MAIL TO DEPUTY LEO TO PROBE OF ORANGE *}**„„ 
INVESTIGATORS PROHIBITED FROM QUIZZING WORKERS 

SSIno'jSr? m^ N but n3 P in D d.ctments sought for RAID 

ADAM t EVE INDICTMENTS MAY STILL BE SOUGHT 
ORANGE COMPANY INDICTED ON F EL ONY OBSCENITY COUNT S 

ADAM c EVE OFFICIAL INDICTED FOR '| ,^ E L JN I E S BY ALAMANCE u, LLI n N s 
N.C. PORNOGRAPHY OUTLETS DECLINE, BUT SALES STILL BRINGING IN MILLl'JN^ 
PORNOGRAPHY BIG BUSINESS IN N.C. 
AOAM C EVE PRESIOENT WAIVES ARRAIGNMENT 
OBSCENITY LAW CHALLENGE EYED BY ADAM C EVE 
AOAM C EVE LAWYERS ASK DISMISSAL OF CHARGES 
JUDGE DELAYS DECISION ON MOTION IN AO»M C EVE CASE 

LAWYER: AOAM C EvE RAID CREATEO 'CONCENTRATION CAMP ATMOSPHERE- 
JUDGE UPHOLOS SEARCH OF AOAM C EVE PREMISES 

AOAMSJILT.^NC.^ ovERBU , LT WITH APARTMENT UNITS? SOME AGENTS THINK SO 

ADAMS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 

Ya aa.r«sR»t B u»iB , ffl!S T fBs ««, feared 

" , * MS ;Kl!kISi£e??--IKIi H afRiS T oN N ii E fi , YORK hosiery f,rm 

AOAMS-MILLIS BUYS MARCO HOSIERY 



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BUSINESS 
PLANT IN 



MONTHLY/A 



HIGHLIGHTS 

FRSNKLINTON HONORED CQR SAFETr 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGt 15 

1/09/87 



AOARON DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC. 
SEE ALSO HEADOUARTERS PARK 

VENTURE CAPITAL CnHPANV OPENS IN OFFICE PARK 

DURHAM CHAMBER URGED TO PRESS FOR REGIONAL PLANNING 

DISORGANIZATION COSTS AVERAGE EXECUTIVE 4 WEEKS TO CATCH UP 

OFFICE SPACE COMPETITION KEEPS LEASING FEES LEVFL 

PLANT COULD HAVE A FUTURE. DEVELOPER SAYS 

MORTGAGE BANKERS* CHIEF PREDICTS SINGLE-DIGIT RATES 

SHOPPING CENTER SOLO 

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY PAYS N .C . BIG DIVIDENDS 

LOAN FOR RIP OFFICES SECURED 

TAX BILL'S NEGATIVE AFFECT SEEN LESS THAN FEARED 

ADDICTION 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO JOGGING 

WOMAN TELLS OF STRUGGLE WITH COCAINE ADOICTION 

AOOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO CARNEGIE COUNCIL ON ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO CHILDRFN 

SEE ALSO CRUISING 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT. YOUTH 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S ADVOCACY COUNCIL ON CHILDREN AND YUUTH 

SEE ALSO GREEN HOUSE (RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT HOME FOR GIRLSP 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DELINOUENCY 

SEE ALSO NEWS TO GO (HERALO COLUMN! 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

SEE ALSO RECREATION, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO RUNAWAYS 

SEE ALSO STATUS OFFENDERS 

SEE ALSO TEEN CENTER 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CENTER FOR EARLY ADOLESCENCE 

WOMAN, 30. GETS HEART FROM TEFN 

SCHOOL PLAN FOCUSES ON AOOLESCENCE 

WORKSHOP TO AID PARENTS, TEENS 

OUKE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON TEEN STRESSES 

TEENS OFFERED PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 

HIGH POINT DRIVEN TO CRACKDOWN ON CRUISIN' 

TEENS SHOULO MIND MANNERS IN PUBLIC 

KEEPING SLIM IN A WORLD THAT SURVIVES ON JUNK FOOD 

PARENTS, TEENS TALKING GOOD PROBLEM SOLUTION 

TEEN FALL FEST OFFERS VARIED WORKSHOPS 

LEGISLATORS FOCUS ON SOUTHERN YOUTH 

AOOLESCENCE, ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 

SE !oOElSo^^R^??S S Y8uV^DRue N C^N^? L * N ° ° RU ° 4BUSE AHCN ° CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

12-YEAR-OLD MAY HAVE BEEN DEAD WHEN LEFT ON SIDEWALK H 

SCHOOLCHILDREN'S USE OF DRUGS, ALCOHOL IS SUBJECT OF CONFERENCE H 

FOUR HIGH SCHOOLS IN N.C. TO SHARE SCHOLARSHIP FUNOS H 

SCHOOLS NEED NEW WAYS TO DEAL WITH DRUG, ALCOHOL ABUSE... H 

STUDENTS WILL TRY TO BEAT ID SYSTEM ouoc... n 

DEFEATING ALL-POWERFUL ID MAY BE SPORT OF YOUNG DRINKER H 

HIGHER ORINKING AGE CAN HELP YOUNG PEOPLE S 

CRUISING 'THE ONLY THING TO DO • H 

SALES OF ALCOHOL TO TEENS SHOCKING H 

TEEN-AGERS ARE FLOCKING INTO, NOT OUT OF, BARS H 

AOOLESCENCE, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE CHILDREN, DRUGS 
SEE DRUG ABUSE 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., DRUG ABUSE 

ADOLESCENCE, EMOTIONALLY OISTURBEO 

SEE ALSO CHILOREN, EMOTIONALLY OISTURBEO 
SEE ALSO PROFESSIONAL PARENTING PROGRAM 
GIRL WHO FLED FROM HOSPITAL RETURNS HOME 

GETTING DELINQUENTS PSYCHIATRIC HELP PROVED FRUSTRATING 
MOTHER SEEKS HELP FOR HER UNRULY SON 
•PROFESSIONAL PARENTS' RECLAIM TEENS WITH LOVE 







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AOOLESCENCE, HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 
SEE ALSO SHAPEOOWN 

PROGRAMS TRY TO CURB TEEN-AGE PREGNANCIFS 

SCHOOL CLINIC CAN HELP BATTLE TEEN PREGNANCIES 

DUKE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON TEEN ST°E5SES 

TEENS OFFERED PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 

TEENS CAN LEARN WEIGHT CONTROL 

AOOLESCENCE, PREGNANCY 

SEE PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

AOOLESCENCE, SEXUAL ACTIVITY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 
SEE ALSO PREMARITAL SEX 
SEE ALSO SEX EOUCATIUN 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL BEHAVIOR 
TRY SOME MORALITY PILLS 

AOOLESCENCE, SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

POLL: TEENS PREFER TO DATE NON-SMOKERS 

ADOLESCENT CAREUNIT 

MEETINGS SCHEOULEO ON ALAMANCE DRUG PROGRAM 

ADOPT-A-PET 

SEE ALSO PETS 

THE ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY'S AOOPT-A-PET 

ADOPTION 

SEE ALSO FOSTER CARE 

SEE ALSO FOSTER PARENTS 

SEE ALSO ORPHANAGES 

p"r T U B^H? M IN T ADOp¥io-N I0 BAN '"DEPENDENT ADOPTIONS 

N°c"adOPTION T AGENCIEs" : AGENCY AOOPT, ONS GET MORE DIFFICULT IN N.C. 

'RSSJ!!^ UPDATE IN NORTH CAROLINA: THE JOYS AND TRIALS OF ADOPTION 

ADOPTION UPDATE IN NOPTH CAROLINA: INDEPENDENT AOOPT I ON R I SK Y 

NEW AMENOMENT SPARKS CONTROVERSY 

A WOMAN NAMED PHOEBF FOUND HER FAMILY 

GAY PARENTS: MANY HOMOSEXUALS WANT TO HAVE A FAMILY 



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HOSTING TAX MONEY ._„ 

RIGHTS OF CHILD SHOULD COME FIRST 

CONSIDER CHILD'S WELFARE 

PUT CASE TO REST 

A NEEDLESS BATTLE 

WHERE IS THE FATHER? 

SOCIAL SERVICES B C ARS BURDEN OF SILENCE 

SOCIAL SERVICES VENDETTA ,_,.„ 

CHILD'S WELFARE SHOULO BE FIR5T CONCERN 

N.C. ADOPTION AGENCIES SEEING BABY 800MLET 

!uPRlHE U ^ST A E?;ErD^RHA M M A BOY 4 TSE V BE S sr E B!^tlDAY PRESENT OF ALL 

^{JSrFlgHfS'vgSIS^K'igRVICES BACKS ADOPTION 
QUEST TO ADOPT SPENCER NEARIN", END 
SINGLE-PARENT ADOPTIONS FEED ON SPECIAL LOVE 
MADEAR RELATES JOY OF RAISING 16 CHILDREN 
JUOGE OVERSTEPS BOUNDS _„..-- 

WHITMAN CUSTODY CASE NOT THE LONGEST 
JUDGE'S REMARKS IN CHILD CUSTODY CASE ANGER BOARD 
ADOPTIONS GIVF SPECIAL MEANING TO ' HOME FOR HOL I DAYS 
WOMAN LOCATES MOTHER WHO LEFT HER 40 YEARS AGO 



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ADULT BOOKSTORES ,.,,= .,.„■. 

SEE ALSO ADULT X-RATEO THEATERS 

SEE ALSO BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO LAKEWOOO VIDEO AND NEWS _„---__, 

SEE ALSO PLAYERS BOOK STORE (ADULT BOOKSTORE! 

SE ourhaS boSkstSr^employees- SUIT OVER PORNO LAW ARRESTS IS DISMISSED 
BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEE CHARGED 
HEARINGS BEGIN IN DURHAM PORN CASES 
JUOGE ORDERS NARROWING OF OBSCENITY CHARGES 
JUDGE REFUSES TO OROP DURHAM PORN CHARGES 
DURHAM VIDEO STORES RECOVERING FROM LAW 
MISTRIAL RAISES QUESTIONS ON N .C . PORNOGR APHY LAW 

S8f7oS T0 E ?5ppg^S C El?D^C D rD?N D . S E C N !N TY DUR A SAM BOOKSTORE OBSCENITY TRIAL 
GRAND JURY INDICTS 6 ON OBSCENITY COUNTS 
L J ^?E E R D CHA^ES C ^0P T PE 1L ?N PLAYERS BOOK STORE TRIAL 
B U 00Js?ERrw0RKES^C^ARED N 0?°0 N BSCE 4 ^TY LAW CHARGES 

?ORMER^So^tjRE L CLERK"GIVEN%SsPENOED 4 60-OAY JAIL SENTENCE 

N°c" PORNOGRAPHY OUTLETS DECLINE, BUT SALES STILL BRINGING IN MILLIONS 

NOT SAME MAN 

PSYCHIATRIST CHANGES MINO ON PORN FILMS 

PORN TRIALS POSTPONED 

^^^ LOy EE 4 gET T S 1L SUS?I5SED D TERM IN OBSCENITY CASE 

EX-BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEE FINED 

AFTER INITIAL FANFARE OBSCENITY LAW FIZZLES 

JURY IS SELECTED FOR OBSCENITY TRIAL IN CATAWBA 

WOMAN CONVICTED OF SELLING OBSCENITY 

CLERK CONVICTED IN OBSCENITY CASE 

6 CUMBERLAND CLERKS PLEAO GUILTY ON OBSCENITY CHARGES 

SIX BOOKSTORE CLERKS PLEAD GUILTY TO OBSCENITY COUNTS 

OBSCENITY TRIAL POSTPONED UNTIL OEC. 15 „_.,. 

OBSCENITY LAW CONVICTION GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE 

ADULT DAY CAPE 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS „ „ 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS. DAY CSRE 

ADULT OAY HEALTH CARE FIRST IN N.C. 

^^r?R^?pSR?AT S I0(i 4 ^0BelM C S 4 f!Mlf^ R A0ULT DAY-CARF CENTERS 

ADULT EOUCATION r rr „ 

III AlIS DU^UnIJ/oFfIcI SPRBtINUING EDUCATION 

III alIo sS?uro!y L school for SENIOR CITIZENS 

III ALSO 5NIV° R 0F'N:P.-C S HAP^ C H[LL N nlVISI0N OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 
BUSINESS CAN HELP STEM N.C. ILLITERACY PROBLEMS 
DUKE SUMMER CLASSES OFFER NEW FORMAT 
GOLOSBORO WOMAN GRAOUATES LATE „,.„.„. 
DOCTORS GETTING SECOND DOSE OF TRAINING 

AoKl? R S 4 TUDe'n , T R INSPIR E S GRANTS FOR DUKE'S CONTINUING EOUCATION PROGRAM 

MAKE IT A CLASSY FALL _ „,., 

ART GROUPS MAP OUT FULL SCHEOULE OF FALL CLASSES ,,.__„ 

UNIVERSITIES OFFER VARIETY OF CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES 

ADULT RURAL EDUCATION OFTEN GEARED TO URBAN LIFE 
FALL 1986 NIGHTLIFE! IN DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 
THIS ADULT CLASS FOR PEOPLE WHO AR E A F I RE F OR LEARNING 
DUKE GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE FOR COURSES 

AOULT X-RATED THEATERS 

SEE ALSO AOULT BOOKSTORES 
SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHIC FILMS 

SE LOSS S OF P ADULT B BUSINESS PUTS MOEPENOENT THEATER IN BIND 

advanced tobacco products inc. 

smoke-free cigarette marketeo 

advertising 

see also billboards _,.„.., 

see also cigarettes. advertising 
see also false advertising 
see also legal advertising 
see also personals 
see also political advertisements 
see also television advertising 
see also tobacco, advertising 
see also women, consumers 
reward for bounty 

magazine names wopst advertisements of 1985 

market capitalization changes southeast sank rankings 

stuoy: more people fino ads insulting 

billboard's message: listen up! .,-.- 

APE ADS GETTING DUMBER? OR ARE WE GETTING SMARTER? 

BOND VOTE CAMPAIGN IS PROBABLY TOO LATE crc.nv «T ■>■>•, 

DURHAM'S SHARE OF RETAIL-SALES PIE IN TRIANGLE IS STEADY AT 22* 

DOCTORS TO CONSIDER CUTTING BLUE CROSS TIES 

HOSPITAL ADVERTISING FOP MINO'ITY APPLICANTS 

Kr: M N'0'T S C P isTbM|| E s: S M M US , T' 0R pAY Y F0S P ^6 E ^D PER WEEK AD CAMPAIGN 

P .T , ubi C ES T SHoVTHA' R ADVERTISING LOWERS CONSUMER PR ICE S , 
WOMEN ADVERT IS ER S_MOST LY _T Hi N^ _ WOMEN_C AN • HA V E _ I J ALL' 



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CHARLOTTE STARTS A 13.4 MILLION AO CAMPAIGN 



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SHOULD NEW COMPANIES USE AD AGENCY? 

CLASSIFI ED LOVE 

•II WAS VERY MUCH FATE...' 

•NEO-TRAOS:' ANOTHER MADISON AVE. FL A SH- IN-THE-P AN 

COULD CORPORATIONS HELP REDUCE DEFICIT? 

ADS TO PROMOTE N.C. WIN AWARO 

WOMAN LEARNS TEAMWORK IN JAPANESE COMPANY 

ADVERTISING COMMUNICATIONS. INC. 
DOSSIER: CARL P. WEBB 
AMERICAN TOBACCO WORKERS MAY SET UP OWN BUSINESS 

ADVERTISING ENDORSEMENTS 

HUTTON P.R. GAMBIT WILL PROBA1LY WORK 

ADVERTISING FRAUD 

SEE FALSE ADVERTISING 
SEE FRAUO 

AOVISORY BUDGET COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISOPY BUDGET COMMISSION 

AERO SERVICES INTERNATIONAL 

PRIVATE-PLANE PILOTS TO GET MORE ROOM AS AIRPORT GROWS 

AEROBIC DANCE 

SEE ALSO OANCE 

SEE ALSO EXERCISE 

SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 

AEROBICS MAY HELP THE ELDERLY 

OAK GROVE SCHOOL'S AEROBICS PROGRAM TEACHES STUDENTS GOOO HEALTH HABITS 

EXERCISE CAUTION WHEN CHOOSING AN AEROBICS INSTRUCTOR 

AERONCA INC. 

AERONCA AGREES TO FLEET BUYOUT 

AEROSPACE PLANE 

SEE HYPERSONIC AIRCRAFT 

AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SEE DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY HOSPITAL CORP.. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

SEE ALSO EOUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

SEE ALSO EOUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION QUOTAS ARE WRONG 

UNC FACULTY ASKED TO BACK HIRING GOALS 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION A GOOO THING 

BLACKS AND FEMALES SUFFER 

EOUCATION THE ANSWER TO CLOSING WAGE GAP 

A STATISTICAL BLUNDER 

PARKING TO REMAIN ON BROAO ST. 

HOSPITAL HAS NOT MET GOALS ON MINORITIES 

HOSPITAL ADVERTISING FOP MINORITY APPLICANTS 

AFFIRMING FAIRNESS — MAYBE 

WOMAN SCOUTMASTER SHOWS DETERMINATION 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINORITIES 

EX-NAACP HEAO PRAISES COURT'S RULING 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION REMAINS NEEDED TOOL 

UNION, WATER SUPERVISORS TO STUDY JOB-BIAS CLAIMS 

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IS STILL NEEDED, OFFICIAL OF NAACP SAYS 

EMPLOYERS' 'NEGATIVE SCREENING' IS WISE 

AFGHANISTAN 

PAKISTANI SAYS AT LEAST 3 MILLION AFGHAN REFUGEES IN HIS COUNTRY 

AFGHANISTAN'S AGONY TOUCHED HIM PERSONALLY 

ARMS AGREEMENT UNLIKELY 

U.S. GRAIN (CARTOON! 

ONE-THIRD OF AFGHANS HAVE FLED 

STOP BADGERING SOVIETS 

AFGHANISTAN, VIETNAM ARE NOT THE SAHF 

THE UKRAINIAN HOLOCAUST 

PBS SPECIAL LOOKS AT AFGHAN STRUGGLE 

AFLATOXIN 

AFLATOXIN SHOWING UP IN N.C. CORN 

AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAMES O c COUNTRIESI 
SEE ALSO KWANZAA (AFRICAN FESTIVAL! 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 
SEE ALSO TRANSAFRICA 

N.C. AT FOREFRONT OF RELIEF EFFORTS FOR STARVING AFRICA 

AFRICA DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM SET 

ECONOMIC GROWTH IN AFRICA TO EE EXAMINED 

DUKE SPEAKERS SEEK FAMINE AID REVISIONS 

RELIEF UNIT OFFICIAL SAYS FAMINE IN AFRICA 'AN UNFINISHED STORY' 

EDITORIAL WAS CONJECTURE 

THE AFRICANS' DEBUTS 

OURHAM RESIOENTS INVITED TO SUPPORT WORLD FOOD DAY 

A LIFE OR DEATH QUESTION 

•AFRICA' PRODUCER: U.S. NEWS MISSING FAIR VIEW 

KWANZAA BRINGS HERITAGE HOME 

BLESSINGS FOR AFRICA AND HAITI 

AFRICA NEWS (DURHAM NEWS OPERATION! 

DURHAM-BASED NEWS SERVICE TO GET HONOR 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE ENSFMBLE 
SEE ALSO ALAYANFE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN GROUP TO PERFORM 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRANTS 

CHILDREN WILL CELEBRATE PEACE 

IT'S AFRICAN DAMCIN' TIME 

■GAMES' PLAYS AGAIN AT ADF 

FAMILIAR GROUPS TAKF STAGE FOR DANCF FESTIVAL'S 2ND WEEK 

DAVIS' AFRICAN-AMERICAN OANCE RETURNS IN TRIUMPH 

AN EXHILARATING EVENING 

THE NEXT STEP... 

CITY BUDGET HOLDS TAXFS, HIKES WATER-SEWER CUSTS 

THANKS TO THESE PFOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

WDNC EXPANDS ITS DURHAM JAZZ SHOW 

ALAYANFE HEADED FOR WOLF TRAP 

DURHAM CELEBRATES KWANZAA THURSDAY 

AFRICAN ART 

SEE ALSO AFRO-AMERICAN ART 
SEE ALSO ART 

AN?ELapE ART R AT H MUSEUM EXHI8IrI0NS 0PEN WEATHERSPOON GALLERY SEASON 



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MONTHLY/ 



SUBJECT 



•jCu GAl L FRY TO OP c N 

N^C. "USEUM OF ART TO OPEN NEW GALLERY NEXT MONTH 

AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 
DON'T CUT AND RUN — YET 
MANDELAS NOT TERRORISTS 
MEMBER OF OUTLAWED "ARTY APPLAUDS S. 



AFRICAN SANCTIONS 



S I T 
N F ELY 

P D DATE C PG L P 

S 2 8/28/86 D e N 
S 2 12/11/86 D 12 N 



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2 8/20/86 A 
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5/25/86 D 5 U R56 
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1/06/86 
1/07/86 
9/03/86 
10/13/86 
10/30/86 
11/12/86 
11/13/86 



AFO KANERS 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

AFRIKANER CHURCH TAKES MQR AL °0A0 ON APARThEIO 
S. AFRICA'S LEADERS NOT GETTING MESSAGE 

AFRO-AMERICAN ART 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN ART 

SE IlaCk°PHOTOGRAPHY, MFA EXHIBITIONS OPEN WEATHERSPOON GALLERY SEASON 

AFTER THE OEAOLINE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD 

ALL BAO NEWS? NOT IF YOU THINK ABOUT IT 
CARTOON SPECIES VISITS 2 00 TOWN 
WE HELP YOU TELL YOUR STORY 

AGE DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO RETIREMENT AGE 

SEE ALSO SEX DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO SEX STEREOTYPES 

T?UGH LESSONS IN AGING 

HIGHWAY PATROL ENDS AGE CEILING 

RETIRED CLINTON EDUCATOR AIMS TO IMPROVE IMAGE OF THE ELDERLY 

AGED 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

SE WORLD°FOOD ,: CRISIS D PROJECT FOR NCSU SCIENTISTS 

AGENCY FOR PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

SEE ALSO TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS ,,,„. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL. TELEVISION 

REP. MILLER TO APPEAR ON NEW CALL-IN SHOW 

AGENT ORANGE 

SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO HERBICIDES 

SEE ALSO VIETNAM 

SEE ALSO VIETNAM VETERANS 

AGENT ORANGE NOT 'OK' 

VIETNAM VET'S TAXI LICENSE DENIED 

•PROGRESS' DEBATABLE IN CHEMICAL WARFARE 

ZUMWALT FEELS AGENT 0°ANGE HE ORDERED RAVAGED SON 

NEW BLOOD TEST -AY GIVE ANSWERS ON AGENT ORANGE 

VFTFRAN SAYS HE IS FIGHTING BUREAUCRACY, AGENT ORANGE 

VIET VET FIGHTING RED TAPE 

AGGRESSIVENESS 

SEE ALSO ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING , , t/iq/Rk . 

.-i E V5^THE S M.I 0UKE , ? I UNV S SE^AgcHErs a L^K°M J ,STRUST...W,TH HEART DISEASE S I xVAVAl S 

AGING . _ 

SEE ALSO ATHLETES. AGING 
SEE ALSO CENTENARIANS . ,. , 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING „ „ 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. CFNTER FOR THE STUDY OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO GERIATRICS 

SEE ALSO LIFE EXPECTANCY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL AGING FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY OEPT. ON AGING 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

PROFESSOR SAYS WORDS CAN GIVE AWAY AGE 

UNC TO HOLD SERIES ON AGING 

DUKE STUDY: AGING EASIER IN JAPAN 

TOUGH LESSONS IN AGING 

SENIOR CITIZENS SAY EXERCISE makes Them FEEL VGUNGcR 

old-timers thriving in pursuits of young 

RFSEARCH m 4Y holO KEY TO MEMORY BOOSTERS 

COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR SENIORS ALIVE. WELL 

MEDICAL STUDENTS SIMULATE SENSORY LOSS 

LIGHT IS SHED ON AGING PROCESS 

QUIZ GIVES LESSON ON AGING. MENTAL HEALTH 

DUKE STUDY SEES SUICIDE BOOM 

LECTURE SERIES ON HEALTH, AGING BEGINS monOAY 

•OLD' WOMAN SUFFERED MUGGING. RIDICULE _ „ r „ 

IN GUISE OF OLD WOMAN. SHE FOJNO ISOLATION, FEAR, OANGER 

TIME MAY NOT HEAL WOUNOS OF HEAVY COMBAT — STUDY 

AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SECRETARIES 

SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 
EXTENSION SERVICE may LOSE 100 AGENTS 

AGRICULTURAL PROOUCTI VITY 
SEE FAR" PRODUCTION 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 
SEE ALSO T03ACC0, RESEARCH 

GOORERS FACE BREATHALYZER 

BASF OPENS CENTER IN RTP 

GOV.: NEW CENTER To SPUR ECONOMY 

BASF'S FUTURE BRIGHTER THAN SMALL FARMERS 

SHOULD N.C. FAR-ERS BE ENCOURAGED TO DIVERSIFY? 

AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE (ASCSI 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

AGRICULTURE. EXPORTS 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 
SEE ALSO N.C. EXPORTS 

V»LUE OF U.S. FARM FXPOPTS EXPECTED TO DROP 

STATE BOOSTS HCMEGROwN PROuUCTS 

WHEAT SUBSIDY IS WRONG 

SANCT!0 M S NOT EFFECTIVE 

U.S. GRAIN (CARTOON! 

JAPAN TOBACCO INC. TO BUY FLUE-CJREO LEAF 

GRAIN ON HIS FACE 

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILOPEN 
SEE ALSO CHILO CARE 



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1/01/86 



I N E X 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 19 
1/09/37 



SEE ALSO CHILO SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

SEE ALSO OURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

LAW LINKING CHILD SUPPORT, WELFARE WRONG, JUDGE KUL C S 

CUTS MAY HIT PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN 

BLACKS AND SELF-RELIANCE 

LEGISLATOR WANTS WELFARE CHANGE TO HELP FAMILIES 

DURHAM CUTS 'WELFARE MOTHER' ROLLS 

WELFARE MOTHERS FOCUS OF JOB-TRAINING PROGRAM 

STATE EXPANOS HEALTH SERVICES IN THREE COUNTIES 

WELFARE FAMILIES CAN BEGIN SIGNING FOR HEALTH PLAN 

COURT TO REVIEW N.C. WELFARE GUIDELINES 



AIN'T 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 
TO THE MUSH-HEADS: 



IT AIN'T FAIR 



AIP AMBULANCE 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO D 
SEE ALSO H 
SEE ALSO N 
MISSION 
HOSPITAL 
BAPTIST 
SECOND A 
MEMORIAL 
MEMORIAL 
ASHEVILL 
HOSPITAL 
AIR-AMBU 
DESPITE 
AIR AMBU 
AILING M 
LIST OF 
DUKE MEO 



SERVICE 
IRCARE 

MBULANCE SERVICE, N.C. 

UKE UNIV. MEOICAL CENTER, HELICOPTER SERVICE 
ELICOPTFRS 

•C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. HELICOPTER SERVICE 
AIR: VOLUNTEERS USE THEIR SKILLS TO HELP OTHERS 

GETS OK FOR HELICOPTER 
HOSPITAL GETS HELICOPTER 
IR AMBULANCE TO SERVE ALAMANCE 
■S HELICOPTER MAKES DEBUT 

CHRISTENS HELICOPTER 
E HOSPITAL RECEIVES GRANT FOR HELICOPTER SERVICE 

HELICOPTER SAFE — COORDINATOR 
LANCE SAFE, SAYS HOSPITAL OFFICIAL 
PROPONENTS, MEOICAL HELICOPTERS CATCHING FLAK 
LANCE BACK IN SERVICE 

EDICAL CHOPPER INDUSTRY HOPES FEDFRAL CURE NOT NEEOEO 
1986 ACCIDENTS 
ICAL COPTERS IN 2 MISHAPS THIS YEAR 



AIP BAGS 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 
SEE ALSO SEAT BELTS 

SEAT-BELT LAW SEEKS TO PROTECT 



N.C. CITIZENS FROM THEMSELVES 



UR CONDITIONERS 

UNC OFFICIAL SAYS 8 UNAPPROVED COOLERS INDISPENSABLE 

EMPLOYEES SWELTER IN CITY HALL HEAT WAVE 

CITY, CDUNTY WORKERS HOT OVER AC WOES 

AIR CONDITIONER FIRE FOGS BANK 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY BOARD TO CONSIOER PROPOSALS 

COOLING OFF 

HEAT WAVE SETS RECORDS FOR N.C. POWER COMPANIES 

AIR CONDITIONING UNITS HOT ITEM FOR THIEVFS 

AIR CONDITIONER THEFT 

AIR CONDITIONING SALES AS HOT AS WEATHER 

SUMMER'S TOLL MEASURED IN 'COOLING DEGREES' 

AIR-CONDITIONER USE MAY DOUBLE AREA POWER BILLS 

MANY SCHOOLS SET EARLY CLOSING BECAUSE OF HEAT 



AIR FORCE ONE 

REAGAN'S AERIAL BATHROOM DOESN' 

AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO ACID RAIN 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CLEAN AIR ACT 

SEE ALSO CLIMATE 

SEE ALSO INDOOR AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO LUNGS 

SEE ALSO OOOKS 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO SCRUBBERS 

OFF IN A CLOUD OF SMOKE 
EPA PANEL BOGGED DOWN BY OUEST 
LEAD BELIEVED MORE RISKY FOR W 
CPCl SEEKS EXEHPTION FOP MAYO 
NEW CARS MAY IMPROVE DURHAM AI 
OZONE CALLED THREAT TO NATURE 
PANEL OPPOSES RELAXING OZONE S 
OVER 400 SCIENTISTS EXPECTED A 
PASSIVE SMOKING, OTHER TOPICS 
REMOTE SENSORS MONITOR POLLUTI 
BURNING USED OIL CAN BE HAZARD 
MOST TREES ATOP MOUNT MITCHELL 
DIFFEPENT POWER FUELS, DIFFER= 
RDU OFFICIALS TABLE POLLUTION 
EPA WARNS OF HIGH N.C. RADON L 
COALITION PRAISES JONES 
STEEL INSTITUTE, AIR-OUALITY G 
EPA PANEL DUCKS NEW SULFUR 10 
CLAY MAY BE PROTECTING SOUTHEA 
CHANGES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANALY 
TURN TO WOODSTOVES SPARKS EPA 
MODERN CIVILIZATION HAS BAO SI 
AIR POLLUTION 1N0EX SETS MARK 
DURHAM AIR POLLUTION LEVELS SE 
CAROLINA SKIES ARE NOT FREE FR 



T IMPRESS JOOY, 9, BUT 2 KITCHENS. 



AIR POLLUTION 



IONS 

HITE MALES, 40-59 

POWER PLANT 

R 

AS PANEL REVIEWS AIR STANDARDS 

TANDARD 

T AIR POLLUTION SYMPOSIUM 

ON AGENDA FOR POLLUTION MEETING 

ON FROM FACTORIES 

OUS 

DEAD OR DYING 
NT DRAWBACKS 
STUDY FUNDS 
EVELS 

ROUP EDGE CLOSER IN REGULATION 0E8ATE 

XIOE STANDARO 

ST FROM ACID RAIN 

SIS BRING GROWTH AT NORTHROP 

EFFORT TO CLEAN THEM UP 

DE-EFFECTS 

IN OURHAM 

T RECORD HIGH 

OM POLLUTION 



AIR POLLUTION, FINES 

SEE ALSO ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION 

STATE LEVIES t5, 698, 907 FINE AGAINST COMPANY 
AURORA RESIDENTS FEAR FINE WILL THREATEN JORS 

AIR POLLUTION, HEALTH EFFECTS 

EPA PANEL BOGC.EO DOWN BY OUEST IONS 

ERA'S GETTING LEAD OUT GOES BEYOND GASOLINE 

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION 

PASSIVE SMJKING, OTHER TOPICS ON AGENDA FOR POLLUTION MEETING 

AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 

EPA TO RESPOND FRIOAY TO SUIT OVER ACID RAIN 

SCIENTIST: AIR POLLUTION INDCTRS GREATER CHALLENGE THAN OUTDOOR 

ASSESSING RISKS CRUCIAL FOR MAKING POLITY, EPA OFFICIAL SAYS 

GAO STUDIES EPA HANDLING OF STANDARDS FOR POLLUTANTS 

EPA PANEL DUCKS NEW SULFUR OIOXIOE STANOARO 



AIR 



PRODUCTS IALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA! 
GAS FIRM TO JOIN PARK 



AIR OUALITY 

SEE ALSO N.C. AIR OUALITY COUNCIL 

EPA TO PRESS REVIEW ON SULFUR OXIDE RULES 

OZONE CALLED THREAT TO NATURE AS PANEL REVIEWS AIR STANOARDS 

PANEL OPPOSES RELAXING OZONE STANDARD 

AIR-OUALITY REPORTS AVAILABLE 

SCIENCE ACADEMY CRITICIZES AIR OUALITY IN JETLINERS 



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H 


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12/25/86 


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3/12/86 


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1/09/86 


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8/14/86 


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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/66 



SUBJECTS 



IfiEHSiSTlTSI^Mf^buSElTf^RWP EOGE CLOSER IN REGULATION DEBATE 

AIR RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO CLINGENDAEL INVESTMENT CORR. 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 

SEE ALSO ROSEMARY SQUARE »...., --...„ 

PROPOSED AGREEMENT TIES DOWNTOWN HOTEL TO NEW CIVIC CENTER 

CITY FINANCE PANEL OKS HOTEL-CIVIC CENTER PLAN 

FINANCE PANEL OK S CIVIC CENTER DEAL 

COMMISSIONERS REJECT REQUEST f r NE W ZOMNG 

COMMISSION DENIES ROUGEMONT RFZONING 

HOTEL-CIVIC CENTER OEAL SCRUTINIZED 

OFFICIALS CONTINUE REVIEWS OF CIVIC CENTER-HOTEL ACCORD 

ARCHITECT WILL PRESENT CENTER PLAN WEDNESDAY 

LOCAL FIRM MAKES GOOD IMPRESSION ,„ rr „ r . T 

ISSUES REMAIN UNRESOLVED IN CIVIC CENTER AGREEMENT __,_ ™ 

CIVIC CENTER DEAL GETS A •GO- SIGN, BUT SOME ISSUES STILL UNRESOLVED 

CIVIC CFNTER DEAL TO GET FINE-TUNING 

WALLACE WON'T SIGN FQR ROSEMARY SQUARE 

CHAPEL HILL COUNCIL. MAYOR AVOID SNAG IN DOWNTOWN PROJECT 

BOARD DECIOES TO HIRE AGENT FOR CIVIC CENTER 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 

SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/CURHAM AIRPORT, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER 
FAA MAY TIGHTEN RDU RAOIO CONTACT 

AIRBORNE WARNING ANO CONTROL PLANES 
SEE AIRPLANES 



A IRCARE 

SEE ALSO AIR 
SEE ALSO PAP 
SEE ALSO BOW 
SEE ALSO HEL 
SECOND AIR 
CRASH OF 
COPTER PIL 
NO SIGNS 
EXTRA MAIN 
1,000 ATTE 
1,000 HOUR 
AIRCARE RE 
AIR-AMBULA 
OESPITE PR 
AIR AMBULA 
AIRCARE HA 
LIST OF 19 



AMBULANCE SERVICE 
TI ST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.I 
MAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
KJPTERS 

AMBULANCE TO SERVE ALAMANCE 
INSTON-SALEM HOSPITAL HFLICOPTER KILLS 3 
OT REPORTED NO PROBLEMS 

F MECHANICAL FAILURE FOUND IN HELICOPTER CRASH 
TENANCE WAS ORDERED ON HELICOPTERS 
NO CRASH VICTIMS' SERVICES 
N CREW OF AMBULANCE COPTER 
SUMFS HELICOPTEP FLIGHTS 
NCE SAFE, SAYS HOSPITAL OFFICIAL 
OPONENTS, MEDICAL HELICOPTERS CATCHING FLAK 
NCE BACK IN SERVICE 
D DEDICATED CREW 
66 ACCIDENTS 



AIRCRAFT SAFETY 
SEE AIRPLANES, 



SAFETY 



AIPFONE, INC. 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, U.S. , __, 

CLAUS INDUSTRIES 01VIDENDS INCLUDE HUGS AND KISSES 

AIRLIFT ASSOCIATES 

AIRPORT FIRM'S SITE REQUEST OK'O 

GENERAL-AVIATION FLIERS ASK SPACE. MCNS 

PRIVATE-PLANE PILOTS TO GET MORE ROOM AS AIRPORT GROWS 

* SEE RALEIGH/D'JRHAM AIRPORT, AIRLINE LANDING FEES 

AIRLINE PILOTS 
SEE PILOTS 

AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO BRITISH AIRWAYS 

SEE ALSO EASTERN AIR LINES 

SEE ALSO JETS 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK AIR 

SEE ALSO N.C, AIR SPACE 

SEE ALSO PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DURHAM AIRPORT, AIRLINE LANDING fees 

SEE ALSO UNITED AIRLINES 

PIEDMONT^ CONNECT ' W, T^T wl S VER SE AS ROUTES AT N.Y. AIRPORT 

contract fqr site testing approved fjp ruu 

eastern n.c. focus of df8ate on civil ian-hil itary air space 

do airlines discriminate? 

charl-mte^durham'airports vi= for daily London flight 
flight nelays?... (cartoon) 

america's largest airlines „„..., 

fortifying hubs piedmont airline plan, not expanding 

airlines, charter flights 
see also airplanes 
see also privaif airplanes 
fly soldiers safely 

airlines, deregulation 

deregulated airlines (cartooni 
deregulation hasn't meant less safety 

airlines, fares 

new rdu hub means fare competition 

few sptcials seen for kou flights 

lowest rdu-london fare would » e about s400 

airlinfs, medical emergencies 

see also emergency m e oical treatment 

COLUMNIST: AIRLINES NEEO TO UPDATE MEDICAL PROCEDURES 

AIRLINES, REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

AIR TRAVEL QUICK-FIX NO ANSWER 
OERF&ULATION HASN'T MEANT LESS SAFETY 

AIRLINES, SCHEDULES ,„ ,„, 

PIEDMONT IS STARTING 1-STOP, L.». SERVICE 
NEW YORK AIR RETURNING TO RDU AIRPORT 
AMERICAN TO DOUBLE RUU TRIPS 

AMERICAN HUP M AY BRING "ORE 0= L A Y S AT AIRPOPT 
AMERICA'! AIRLINES WILL OPEN RDU HUB MONTH AHEAD OF PLAN 
WHERE AMERICAN, EAGLE WILL SE'V C FROM RALEIGH-OURHAM 

AIRLINES, SMOKING REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 



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3/01/86 


A 1 


N 


SSI 


H 2 


3/07/66 


H 


N 


S51 


S 2 


3/07/66 


A 


N 


M&9 


H 2 


3/11/66 


(. 


N 


W36 


S 2 


3/11/B6 


1 


N 


M06 


S 2 


3/19/86 


A 


N 


H6-> 


H 2 


3/19/66 


A 


N 


S51 


S 2 


3/22/66 


A 


N 


Mfc'J 


H 2 


3/27/86 


A 


N 


S5I 


S 2 


3/27/66 


A 


N 


"6' 


H 2 


3/28/86 


A 


" N 


SSI 


S 2 


3/28/»6 


A 


N 


M6T 


S 2 


5/12/86 


A 


P N 


B81 


H 3 


5/13/86 


B 


N 


= 81 


H 2 


5/29/66 


B 


t N 


W36 



S 2 4/10/66 A I 



5/13/86 

9/21/66 

9/24/96 

9/25/86 

9/25/86 

9/26/66 

9/27/86 

10/32/36 

10/32/86 

10/04/86 

10/16/86 

10/22/66 

12/30/86 



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15 
8 
12 
13 



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1/22/66 B 
2/19/66 C 
T/07/86 C 



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N W82 

N W32 



7 


2/25/86 C 


1 




N 


W32 


? 


2/27/66 A 


1 




N 




7 


3/05/86 A 


1 1 




N 




? 


4/28/86 A 


1 


M 


N 




7 


7/J7/86 A 


4 




b 




7 


7/07/86 A 


A 




L 




7 


7/24/86 b 


1 




N 


W9J 


? 


8/29/86 A 


4 


I 


1 


US6 


? 


12/39/96 C 


2 




N 




7 


12/15/86 A 


12 




N 





H 2 7/01/66 A 



H 2 1/08/56 A 5 T T C5P 
H 2 11/24/66 A A E 



S 2 3/28/96 A 
S 2 12/01/66 A 
H 2 12/16/86 B 



S 2 6/04/86 A 



2 l/J3/»6 A 
2 11/24/86 A 



I »l W82 
1 N W82 
4 N "97 



? 


4/23/96 A 


9 N 


? 


8/05/66 B 


2 'I 


7 


8/13/»6 A 


1 II 


? 


10/27/86 E 


1 N 


7 


11/12/66 C 






U/12/86 C 


7 P 1 






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12/31/16 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 21 
1/09/37 



SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

U.S. AIRLINES EXTINGUISHING SMOKING SECTIONS 

AMA DELEGATES CONSIDER JET SMOKING BAN 

AMA MOVES ON MEDICARE, SMOKING 

STUD* URGES SMUKING BAN ON OCESTIC FLIGHTS 

SCIENCE ACADEMY CRITICIZES AH DUALITY IN JETLINERS 

MAKE IT EASIER; WEAN FLIERS FR OM SMOKING 

BILL WOULD BAN SMOKING ON AIRLINES 



AIRPLANE FUEL 

RDU BOARD BOWS TO AIRLINE. 



RECONSIDERS TANK FARM PLAN 



airplanes 

see also accidents. airplanes. n.c. 
see also accidents, airplanes, u.s. 
see also airfonf, inc. 
see also airlines 

see also airlines, charter flights 
see also c-12 (airplanei 
see also c-130 (airplanei 
see also concorde 
see also fly-in 

see also general william c. lee airborne museum 
see also gliders 
see also hypersonic aircraft 
see also jets 

see also man will never fly memorial society 
see also n.c, stats airplanes 
see also pilots 
see also private airplanes 
see also spy planes 

see also voyager aipcraft inc. (experimental aircraft1 
winging it 

airplanes, emergencies 

see also accidents, airplanes, n.c. 

airliner is oiverteo after tire blows out 

airplanes, hijacking 

see hijacking, airplane 

airplanes. history 

see also first flight society 
see also women, airplanes 
see also wright brothers 

investigation sought on the first flight 

conn. contendfr fok flight hc'or catches criticism 

first-flight debate coulo mak c history 

who's right about the first flight? was it wright? 

wright flight vote 

senate's resolution grounds flight claim 

replica of early plane set for friday tfst flight 

actor fights wrights' first flight rights 

actor dials wrong number on first flight 

wright brothers restored 

a flight for history 

airplanes, military 

see also accidents, jets, n.c. (military jetsi 
see also accidents, jets, u.s. (military jetsi 
see also military 
military flights worry wildlife refuges manager 

airplanes, "near misses" 

see also accidents, airplanes, u.s. 
faa lacks concern in near-miss debate 

airplanes, safety 

see also accidents, airplanes, durham 
see also accioents, airplanes, n.c. 
see also accioents, airplanes, u.s. 
see also airport security systems 
see also safety 

faa lacks concern in near-miss oebate 

fly soldiers safely 

airport authority approves grant 

science academy criticizes ah duality in jetliners 

new faa rule reduces safety at rou 

clearing the record 

airplanes, theft 

shots fired at park ranger who spotted stolen plane 

airport assemblage lto. 
business briefing 

airport radar service akea 

faa may tightfn rdu raoio contact 

debated air-traffic rules begin at raleigh-durham 

new faa rule reduces safety at rdu 

airport security systems 

see also aipplanes, safety 
see also security systems 

17 planes delayeo after false alarm 

airports, international 

•society' not the villain 

terrorist-backing nations should get world isolation 

airports, international, security 
see airport security systems 

menoment 1 

ouglas airport (charlotte, n.c.i 
oldsboro/wayne municipal airport 
reensburo regional ai°port 
■orace williams airport 
aurinburg-maxton airp1rt 
• c, air space 

epson county, n.c, airpopts 
alei gh/ourham airport 
aleigh/durham airport authority 
airports said in need of 1150 million in repair': 
railroad user fees eyed 
anville airport will be reliever for rdu 
noments back again 
director hired 

1rp0rt master plan to be redrawn 
ace proposals on Schools, airports 

eaports l airports need your help: vote for amendment s3 ia0i 
amendments reasonable proposals 
enoments approved by voters 
, airports ano seaports get permission fdr tax-exempt bonds 



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6/15/86 
6/19/86 
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8/14/86 
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11/06/86 



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H 2 4/10/86 A 24 U L41 



S 2 4/10/86 A 1 N W82 
S 2 8/29/86 C 1 N W87 
H 2 9/03/»6 A 4 L 



S I 10/20/86 A 



H 2 1/03/86 A 
S 2 1/03/96 A 



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2/04/e6 A 


7 


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3/15/86 C 


1 h 


P N 


H 1 


4/13/86 B 




P N 380 


S / 


6/23/86 A 




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H 7 


8/28/86 D 




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H 1 


10/11/86 C 




N H60 


H / 


10/13/66 B 




N 


H / 


U/02/86 A 




A 


H / 


11/04/86 A 




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H / 


11/05/86 B 




N 


H 2 


11/06/86 




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FAA HAY TIGHTEN RDU RAOIO CONTACT 






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AIRPORTS, U.S.t SECURITY 

SEE AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 








i 



" PSH BU"P COMPANY BRINGS NEEDED JOBS TO SECTION OF N.C. 



H 2 12/2 7/86 A 5 N 
H 2 3/01/e6 D 4 N 



ALABAMA 

INMATE SAYS GUARDS THREATENED TO KILL HIM 

ALA. PANELIST PUSHES N.C- FOR LANDFILL 

N.C. OWES OTHER STATES FOR CLEAN ENVIRONMENT 

ALABAMA AVENUE IDURHAMi N.C.I 

CAUSE OF ALABAMA AVE. BLAZE PROBED 
CAUSE OF ALABAMA AVE. FIRE PROBED 

ALAMANCE BATTLEGROUND STATE HISTORIC SITE 

REVOLUTIONARY WAR RE-CREATION SLATED , t ., T .,„„ 

IT'S THEIR FA-ILY WEEKENO: STEVE, VICKI WOOD GO BACK TO 18TH CENTURY 
BATTLEGROUND SITE TO HAVE HISTORY SHOW 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ALLIEO CHURCHES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

SFE ALSO OLD SANK OF ALAMANCE BUILDING 

SEE ALSO UNITED WAY OF ALAMANCE ..-,,.., 

ALAMANCE STORES BEGIN COLLECTING EXTRA SALES TAX 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY SAYS ALAMANCE MAY HOLD GOLO 

ALAMANCE MAN HURT IN BOMBING 

GOLD! GEOLOGISTS FINO DEPOSITS IN PIEDMONT SLATE BELT 

CHRISTMAS AID OFFICE OPENS MONDAY 

TRIAD LOUKING AT ALAMANCE „„„,., 

HERE ARE CHANGES IN STATE HIGHWAY PLAN IN AREA COUNTIES 



H 2 6/06/86 A 14 N 

S 2 9/09/e6 C 10 N 

H 2 9/19/86 A 2 J 046 



CONTRACTS OK'O FOR HIGHWAY WO' K IN AREA 
ALAMANCE CHAMBER DISCUSSES PRIORITIES 



ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, BOND ELECTIONS 

5EE TH^RE"s AL S^Lr E TIM? U TO Y RE N Gi C ST|R E FOR T E^CT,ONS. REFFRENDUMS 

4L " H1 fL E AM C ArE T ?QuKTY-du?'^InpFRTY TAX FOR SECOND YEAR 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, CENTRAL COM" UN I C AT I ONS CENTER 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (9111 

ALAMANCE COUNTY TO GET ENHANCFO 911 SYSTEM 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS .. „„_,, 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD ^F EDUCATION, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD If ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 
SFE ALSO PURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 
SFE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

TWU FILF FUR ALAMANCE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
GOP CANDIDATE FILES 




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1 10/01/86 C 3 



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B 1 


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10/07/66 


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10/09/86 


B 1 


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10/22/86 


A 1 


H 


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C 1 


H 


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12/12/86 


B 1 


H 


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12/13/86 


A 8 


H 


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12/13/86 


C 1 


H 


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12/19/80 


B 1 



H 1 10/03/86 B I N H60 

H 1 7/03/86 6 1 N H60 

H 1 9/10/86 C I N H60 



SENA^S hSntI'wA-L^ER KcB°WtH DISTRICT WITH 67* OF VOTES IN 

GOP NOMINATES TEAGUE, SHARPF IN ALAMANCE rT-rc „.,.„ 

CASWELL VOTERS GIVE DANIEL NOMINATION TO STATE SENATE 

RUNOFFS: NO RUNOFF FUR OA IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE CONSERVATION POSTS T3 Bfc ON BALLOT 

SOMF ALAMANCE VOTERS FACE BONO ISSUE CHOICE 

CANDIDATES SQUARE OFF FOR STATE SENATE SEAT 

EIGHT CANDIDATES VYING FOR FJUR SEATS IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH TERM 

ELECTION COMPLAINTS HEARING POSTPONED 

ALAMANCE RECOUNT IS DENIED 

ELECTIUNS BOARD MISFILED COMPLAINT ABOUT FLIER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION CENTER 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, CENT7AL COMMUNICATIONS CENTER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, HA2AR0UUS WA S T E 01 SPOS AL 

SEE BURLINGTON, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTES OISPOSAL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, HISTORY 

ALAMANCF IS LOSING LANOMARK 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT „„,__ 

SFE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARO CUTS INDUSTRIAL RECRUITER'S CONTRACT 

COMPANY DECIOES NOT TO BUY PL«NT 

ALAMANCF PLANT IS BEING BUILT 

ALAMANCE CHAMBER TO HANPL6 INDUSTRY RECRUITING .„_,„ „. ,,,. , . , ,, . u .„ rc 

INCUSTRY PROSPECTS: TEXTILE CO. MAY PURCHASE AN EMPTY PLANT IN ALAMANCE 

SWEATER COMPANY IDENTIFIED AS FIRM LOOKING AT ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILL .„„.... 

SEE ALSO CITIZENS AGAINST HAW RIVER LANDFILL 

CONDEMNATION CALLED NECESSARY FOR LANDFILL TESTS 

ALAMANCE TO PROCEED WITH LANDFILL PLANS 

TRIANGLE J BOARO SHARES CONCERN OVER LANDFILL PLAN _,_.-_ 

ALAMANCE PLANS TO BUY BUILOIN". FOR REGl STER-UF-Px EUS OFF IC E 

ALAMANCE COUNTY'S GARBAGE DUMP BID RE JECT ED BY SEN ATE 

MEASURE 10 BLOCK ALAMANCE LANDFILL REFUSED BY SENA1F 

BILL TO FORBID ALAMANCE DUMP LOSES IN SENATF 

ALAMANCE SEEK' LANDFILL SPACE FRUM NEIGHBORS 

ALAMANCE, ORANGE COMMISSIONERS TO MEET 

ALAMANCE JOINS AREA LANDFILL " TUOY PANEL 

OFFICIAL SAYS DRUUGHT'S COSTS ARE MOUNTING IN ALAMANCE 

AREA OFFICIALS M ULL WASTE DISPOSAL 

HAW RIVER ASSEMBLY TD OPPOSE ALAMANCE COUNTY LANUFILL PLAN 

MOTION TO BLOCK LANDFILL IN ALAMAMCE COUNTY FAILS ..„„.... ,, rc 

ALAMANCF COMMISSIONERS APPROVE SEARCH FOR ALTERNATIVE LANDFILL SITE 

SCENIC RIVER STATUS PROPUSEO FOR HAW „,..,. 

ALCON SAYS SCENIC RIVFR STATUS WON'T HALT LANDFILL PLANS 

DURHAM CITY PANEL EXAMINES TWEE-COUNTY DUMP PROPOSAL 

CITY FXPLORES DISPOSAL SITE POSSIBILITY 

PAN C L SEEKS HAW RIVFR SCENIC STUDY 

ALAMANCE TO SKIP REGIONAL SOLID HASTE TASK FORCE 

PANEL ASKS AGENCY 10 STUOY HAW FOR SCENIC RIVER STATUS 

REGIONAL DUMP TO GIVE DURHAM MORE UPTIONS 

ALAMANCF HOPES TO GET SUPPORT ON LANDFILL PLANS 

OFFICIALS SUPPORT PROPOSED LANDFILL 

PITTSBORO OFFFRED WATFR-SFwER AID FOR ANNEXATION 

PUBLIC HEARING TU BE HELD ON ALAMANCE LANDFILL PLANS 



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H 


1 


7/03/86 


C 


1 N 


H6" 


H 


2 


7/13/86 


c 


9 n N 


046 


H 


2 


7/15/e6 


c 


", N 




H 


I 


7/16/86 


c 


3 N 




H 


1 


7/22/86 


B 


1 N 


MIO 


H 


1 


7/25/66 


B 


1 N 


H60 


H 


3 


7/26/86 


C 


L P N 


B81 


H 


1 


8/05/86 


c 


1 N 


K68 


S 


2 


8/16/86 


E 


1 'I 


H70 


H 


2 


8/28/86 


A 1 


7 N 




H 


1 


9/09/86 


c 


1 N 


H60 


H 


1 


9/16/86 


c 


3 N 




H 


1 


10/29/86 


B 


1 N 




H 


1 


10/30/86 


C 


t N 


H60 


H 


2 


11/11/86 


c 


7 N 


C60 


S 


2 


11/11/86 


A 


5 N 


H 70 


H 


1 


1 1/13/86 


£ 


1 N 


L40 


H 


1 


11/18/66 


C 


3 N 


"68 


H 


1 


11/28/86 


C 


1 N 


L40 


s 


2 


11/25/86 


B 


3 N 


H70 


H 


1 


U/29/Bo 


C 


I N 


H60 


H 


1 


12/11/66 


B 


3 N 


Kd» 


H 


3 


12/16/86 


c 


1 N 


881 


H 


1 


12/1 7/86 


c 


1 N 


K68 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



N F 
P D 



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1/09/87 



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ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C LOCAL OPTION ELECTION 
SEE ALAMANCE CUUNTY. N.C.. ELECTIONS 

ALAHANCE COUNTY, N.C.. PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., TAXFS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CUTS PROPERTY TAX FOR SECONO YEAR 
ALAMANCE TO RAISE SALES TAX STARTING JAN. 1 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C.. TAX OATE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CUTS PROPFRTY TAX FOR SECONO YEAR 

SQUEEZE PLAY: LOSS OF RE VENUE- SHAR ING MONEY FORCES BUDGET JUGGLING 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., TAXES 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C.. PROPERTY TAXES 

ALAMANCE STORES BEGIN COLLECTING EXTRA SALES TAX 
ALCON SUPPORTS RAISING SALES TAX TO HELP SCHOOLS 
ALAMANCE URGED TO ADOPT SALES TAX INCREASE 
ALAMANCE TO RAISE SALES TAX STARTING JAN. 1 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., WATER RESOURCFi 

BURLINGTON, GRAHAM, MF6ANE A S« FOP VOLUNTARY HATER CONSERVATION 
ORANGF WATER AUTHORITY GIVES CO-AHEAO FOR SEEKING WATFR 
ALAMANCE, ORANGE COMMISSIONERS Td MFE T 
WATER AUTHORITY NEGOTIATING FDR USE OF PONOS, QUARRIES 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ZONING 

HEARING TONIGHT ON ALAMANCE ZONING CONTROVERSY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS CENTER 

ARTS EXPERIENCE UNOER WAY IN ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

ARTS EXPERIENCE UNOER WAY IN ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

ARTS EXPERIENCE UNOER WAY IN ALAMANCE COUNTY 
ARTS -ROUND THE SQUARE EXPECTED TO DRAW THOUSANDS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ATTORNEY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY TO GET ENHANCED 311 SYSTEM 
DURHAM LAWYER WILL REPRESENT ALAMANCE COUNTY 



H 1 7/03/86 B 1 N H60 
H 1 10/07/86 1 N K6S 



H 1 7/03/86 B 
H 2 7/13/86 A 



H 1 4/02/86 B 

H 1 9/25/86 B 

H I 10/J1/86 C 

H 1 10/07/86 B 



H 1 

H 2 

H 1 

H 2 



7/23/86 C 

7/25/86 B 

7/25/86 B 

7/27/86 C 



11/25/R6 C 
3/29/06 C 
3/29/86 C 



1 N H60 

I c »i sao 



1 N H60 

1 N H6D 

1 N 

1 N K68 



1 N 881 
I N H6 n 
1 P N 881 



1 N H60 

1 N H60 
1 N H60 



H 1 
H 1 



H 1 
H 2 



ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS ALLOW SCHOOL TO SEEK BIDS FOR REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS H 1 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL TRANSFER ISSUE SURFACES AGAIN H 2 

PARENTS WIN RULING ON SCHOOL TRANSFERS H 1 

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING POSTPONED H 2 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, FLECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF TO FACE WINNER OF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN NOVEMBER 
ALAMANCE DEMOCRATS SIT OUT SU'1E RACES 
GOP NOMINATES TEAGUE, SHARPE IN ALAMANCE 



ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON. N.C ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. ELECTIONS 

VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE MONDAY 

KEEN'S CAMPAIGN MANAGER FILES ELECTION COMPLAINT 

ELECTION COMPLAINTS HEARING P1STP0NF0 

ELECTIONS BOARD TO HEAR CHARGES 

ALAMANCE BOARD STUDIES CALL FOR VOTE RECUUNT 

ALAMANCE RECOUNT IS OENIEO 

ELECTIONS BOARD MISFILED COMPLAINT ABOUT FLIER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMEPCF 

SEE BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHRISTMAS TOUR AND CANDLELIGHT TEA 
SEE ALSO HOUSE TOURS 

ALAMANCE CHRISTMAS TOUR WILL BE HELD THIS SUNDAY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CITY/COUNTY ASSOCIATION 

ALAMANCE OFFICIALS HEAR TALK ON EMERGENCIES 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF TO FACE WINNER OF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN NOVEMBER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

ALAMANCE WANTS OLD OSSIPEE B 
ALAMANCE STORFS BEGIN COLLEC 
ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD CUTS I 
ALAMANCE OKS ASBESTOS REMOVA 
OPENING OF NEW ALAMANCE JAIL 
CONDEMNATION CALLED NECESSAR 
ALAMANCE TO BEGIN ASBESTOS R 
ALAMANCE CHAMBER TO HANOLE I 
ALAMANCE PLANS TU BUY BUILDI 
ALAMANCE IS SEEKING 1350,000 
ALAMANCE SEEKS LANDFILL SPAC 
ALAMANCE, ORANGE COMMISSIONS 
OFFICIAL SAYS DROUGHT'S COST 
ALAMANCE OFFICIALS CALL TO G 
TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF ALAMANC 
MOTION TO BLOCK LANDFILL IN 
INDUSTRY PROSPECTS: TEXTILE 
OLO ALAMANCE JAIL TO BE OPEN 
ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS APPRO 
OURHAM LAWYER WILL REPRESFNT 
ALCON SUPPORTS RAISING SALES 
ALAMANCE URGED TO ADOPT SAL = 
ALAMANCE TO RAISE SALES TAX 
ALAMANCE GROUP OPPOSES EXTRA 
ALAMANCE TO SKIP REGIONAL SO 
HEARING TONIGHT ON ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE RESCINDS ZONING JUR 
DAVIS LOOKS BACK ON ALAMANCE 
ALAMANCE HOPES TO GET SUPPOR 
TWO ALAMANCE BOARD MEMBERS B 
OFFICIALS SUPPORT PROPOSEO L 
PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD ON 



RI DGE 

TING EXTRA SALES TAX 

NDUSTPIAL RECRUITER'S CONTRACT 

L 

MAY BE DELAYED AT LEAST 10 DAYS 
Y FOR LANDFILL TESTS 
EMOVAL FROM COURTHOUSE 
N^USTRY RECRUITING 
NG FJP RSGISTER-OF-OEEDS OFFICE 

TO REPAIR LUW-INCOMt HOUSING 
E FROM NEIGHBORS 
RS TO MEET 

S ARE MOUNTING IN ALAMANCE 
ET HAY DISTRIBUTED 

E PLANS TO BUILD WING FOR CLASSROOMS, LABS 
ALAMANCE COUNTY FAILS 
CO. MAY PURCHASE AN EMPTY PLANT IN ALAMANCE 

FOR BRIEF VISITS 
V: SEARCH FOR ALTERNATIVE LANDFILL SITE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY 

TAX TO HELP SCHOOLS 
S TAX INCREASE 
STARTING JAN. 1 
TFRRITORIAL ZONING 
LI D WASTE TASK FORCE 
ZONING CONTROVERSY 
IS DICTION 

BOARD TERM 
T ON LANDFILL PLANS 
EGIN NEW TERMS 
ANOFILL 

ALAMANCE LANOFILL PLANS 



ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, BUDGET 
TCA ASKS ALAMANCE FOR MORE MONEY 
ALAMANCE COUNTY CUTS PROPERTY TAX FOR SECOND YEAR 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, CHAIRMAN 

TWO ALAMANCE BOARD MEMBERS BEGIN NEW TERMS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 



3/29/86 C 
5/02/86 B 



9/10/86 C 
9/18/86 B 



4/08/86 C 

7/29/86 B 

8/21/86 B 

12/06/86 B 



N H60 
N H60 



1 N K 68 

1*. N 

1 N 



H 1 2/05/86 B 
H 1 5/03/96 C 
H I 5/08/86 B 



5 N 
1 N 
3 N 



H 1 


10/01/86 C 


N 


H 1 


11/07/86 B 


N 


H 1 


U/08/66 C 


N H60 


H / 


11/09/86 C 1 


! N 


H 1 


11/11/86 C 


N H60 


H 1 


11/13/86 b 


P N 


H 1 


12/31/86 C 


N 



H 1 12/03/86 B 
H 2 9/19/86 B 
H 1 2/05/86 B 



I N H60 



H 


1 


3/18/86 


C 


1 N 




H 


1 


4/02/86 


B 


I N 


H60 


H 


I 


4/04/86 


B 


L N 




H 


I 


4/22/86 


C 


1 N 




H 


1 


5/20/86 


C 


N 


K6R 


H 


1 


6/05/66 


B 


N 


H60 


H 


1 


6/26/86 


C 


N 




H 


1 


7/08/86 


C 


N 


H60 


H 


1 


7/08/86 


C 


N 


H60 


H 


1 


7/09/56 


B 


N 


H60 


H 


I 


7/22/86 


B 


N 


M10 


H 


1 


7/25/86 


B 


N 


H6C 


H 


1 


8/05/86 


C 


N 


K68 


H 


I 


6/15/86 


B 


N 




H 


1 


8/20/86 


C 


N 




H 


1 


9/09/86 


C 


N 


H60 


H 


1 


9/09/86 


C 


N 




H 


1 


9/11/86 


B 


N 


H60 


H 


1 


9/16/86 


C ' 


N 




H 


? 


9/18/86 


B 


N 




H 


1 


9/25/86 


B 


N 


H60 


H 


1 


10/0l/»6 


C 


N 




H 


1 


10/07/86 


B 


N 


K68 


H 


1 


11/04/66 


C 


N 


K68 


H 


1 


11/18/66 


C ' 


N 


K68 


H 


1 


11/25/86 


C 


N 


H60 


H 


1 


11/26/86 


C 


N 




H 


I 


11/27/86 


B 1 


N 




H 


1 


11/29/86 


C 


N 


H60 


H 


I 


12/02/86 


C 


N 




H 


1 


12/11/86 


B 


N 


K68 


H 


1 


12/17/86 


C 


N 


K66 


H 


2 


6/03/86 


C 


N 


K68 


H 


1 


7/03/86 


B 


N 


H6D 



H 1 12/02/86 C 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE ?4 
1/09/87 



DAVIS HILL NOT SEFK SECOND TE'M ON ALAMANCE BOARO 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF TO FACE WINNER OF REPUPLICAN PRIMARY IN NOVEMBER 

alamance democrats sit out some races 
gop nominates teague, sharps in alamance 
some alamance voters face bond issue choice 
alamance sheriff wins seventh term 

alamance county comprehensive cancer treatment center 
see also alamance health services. inc. 

se alamance a county has new cancer treatment center 

alamance county courthouse 

two alamance escapees recaptureo ._.,„..-- 
alamance to begin asbestos removal from courthouse 

alamance county crop walk __ , 

see also crop (organization to relieve world hunger i 
alahancf crop walkers hope to raise 1125.000 

alamance county democratic party ,.,,„.. 
democrats in alamance will hold convention 
three governors oinner is tonight 

alamance county district attorney 

da to appeal reduction of assault charge 

alamance county district at torne y , elec [ion s „ 

two file for alamance county oistrict attorney 
da candidate files 

three A democJats! L one republican file for alamance district attorney 

alamance democrats sit out so"e races 

gop nominates teague. sharpe in alamance 

runoffs: no runoff for oa in alamance 

some alamance voters face bond issue choice 

alamance county economic development office _„_.., 
see also alamance county, n.c.. industrial development 
alamance county board cuts industrial recruiter's contract 
alamance chamber to handle industry recruiting 

alamance county fair 

2 children saved by boy. 



s 

N E E 
P D DATE C 


I 

L 

PG L 


T 
Y 
P 


H 1 1/31/16 B 
H 1 2/05/86 B 
H 1 5/03/86 C 
H 1 5/08/86 B 
H 1 10/30/86 B 
H 2 11/06/86 A 


1 
5 
1 
3 
1 
19 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 1 10/15/86 C 1 



6/03/86 C 
6/28/86 C 



H 1 10/04/86 C 1 



H 1 
H 1 



4/05/86 C 1 
9/18/86 B 1 



H ? 2/09/86 B 



1/07/86 C 
1/29/P6 B 
2/01/86 C 
2/0<t/B6 C 
5/03/86 C 
5/08/86 B 
5/13/86 B 
10/30/86 B 



H 1 

H 1 



4/04/86 B 
7/08/86 C 



14. FROM ALAMANCE FAIR FIRE 



H 2 9/21/86 C 13 



H 1 9/04/86 8 1 



H 1 8/28/86 



ALAMANCE COUNTY GRAND JURY 

TWO INOICTED IN ALAMANCE MURDER CASE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HEALTH DEPT. 

MAMMOGRAPHY UNITS ADDED IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORIC PROPERTIES COMMISSION 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORIC PROPERTIES COMMISSION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

ALAMANC^COUNTY^HOSPTTAL^ „, EH0 „ IaL HOSPITAL (NAME CHANGED TO ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSP.I 

HI ALSO ALAMANcI mISoMAL^OSP! TAl'^FORMFRLY MFMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY! 
SEE ALSO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

MERGER CF TWO ALAMANCE HOSPITALS TO BE OFFICIALLY COMPLETED MARCH 1 H 1 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS RESTRICT VISITS DUE TO FLU 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL OFFICIAL APPOINTED 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL'S NAME IS CHANGED 

BURLINGTON HOSPITALS LIFT RESTRICTIONS ON VISITORS 

CURRIN BEGINS WORK AT ALAMANCF HOSPITAL 

SECOND AIR AMBULANCE TO SERVE ALAMANCE 

MEETINGS SCHEDULED ON ALAMANCE DRUG PROGRAM 



H 1 

H 1 

H I 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 



2/07/ 
2/08/ 
2/26/ 
3/07/ 
3/13/ 
4/11/ 
5/13/ 
9/13/ 



86 6 
C 

86 B 
86 B 
86 B 
86 B 
86 B 
86 C 



ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL 

ALAMANCE JAIL INMATE HANGS SELF .,..-, ,„ „.„r 

OPENING OF NEW ALAMANCE JAIL MAY BE DELAYED AT LEAST 10 DAYS 

WORK ON ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL ALMOST FINISHED 

PUBLIC INVITED TO TOUR NEW ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL 

NEW ALAMANCE JAIL _ ,„ ,,.,._. 

OLD ALAMANCE JAIL TO BE OPEN FOR BRIEF VISITS 

A LOOK AT THE OLU ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL 

ALAMANCE COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (NAME CHANCED TO ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSP.I 

SE MER*GE S ? cTt^'aLAM^Ce' SglflKts TO BE OFF.CIALLY COMPLETED MARCH 1 
ALAMANCE HOSPITALS RESTRICT VISITS DUE TO FLU 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL OFFICIAL APPOINTED 
ALAMANCE HOSPITAL'S NAME IS CHANGED 



H 2 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H 2 

H 1 

H 1 



H 1 

H 1 

H 1 

H 1 



ALAMANCE COUNTY PRISON UNIT ,--..,, r„c, 

INMAT C DIES AFTER CAR RUNS INTO STREET CRFW 
COUNSELOR: CONFIDENCE. SKILLS TOP ORUG ABUSE 
HARSH REALITY: DRUGS ENO 0REA1 OF BASKETBALL STAR 

* L *"£M^ T WK , H E Bu?%8fS!.i. for reg.stek-of-deeds office 

ALAMANCE COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY 

SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARTY. N.C. , „ 

ALAMANCE GOP PICKS UP PACE WITH VISITS PY BOOYHILL. MRS. DOLE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO EASTERN ALAMANCE HIGH SCHOOL 
ALAMANCE TEACHER FACES CHARGES 

STUDY UNDER WAY ON SCHOOLS MERGFR IN FRANKLIN ._„_., , r,c .coccTnc 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS ALLOW SCHOOL TO SEEK BIDS FOR REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS 
ALAMANCE OKS A5BEST0S REMOVAL rr 

OPEN HOUSE SET AT ALAMANCE SCHOOL OFFICES 

SOME TEACHER AIDES STILL DRIVE BUSES IN PERSON AND GRANVILLE 
LOSS OF YOUNGER BUS DRIVERS W3ULD LEAVE ROUTES UNFILLED 
ALAMANCE OFFICIALS PROBE SCHOOL BUS INCIDENT 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS. MERCER 

STUDY UNDER WAY ON SCHOOLS ME°GER IN FRANKLIN 



H 2 
S 2 
H 2 



1/20/86 A 

5/20/86 C 

6/20/86 B 

6/27/86 8 

6/30/86 A 

9/1 1/86 B 

9/13/86 C 



2/07/86 B 

2/08/86 C 

2/26/86 B 

3/07/86 B 



5/15/66 

7/25/86 

10/26/86 



N 

N H60 

N 
N 

N 



N H60 
N H60 



N 

N K68 

N H60 

N H60 

P L20 

N H60 

P T37 



N H6D 
N H60 



H 1 7/D8/86 C I 



H 2 9/18/86 B 3 P N 



H 1 


2/22/86 C 1 


N 




H 


3/26/86 C 1 


N 


S8U 


H ' 


4/08/86 C 1 


N 




H 1 


4/22/86 C 1 


N 




H ' 


7/12/86 C 1 


N 




H ' 


9/18/86 B 1 


N 


S80 


H 1 


9/18/86 B 1 


N 




K 1 


10/02/86 B 1 


N 


S80 



ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOOLS. TRANSFER STUDENTS 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL TRANSFER ISSUE SURFACES AGAIN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIFF 

MAN WOUNOED DURING BREAK-IN 

60 PEOPLE CHARGED IN ORUG INVESTIGATION 

PUBLIC INVITED TO TOUR NEW ALAMANCE COUNTY JAIL 

NEW ALAMANCE JAIL 

146 MARIJUANA PLANTS SEI2ED BY LAWMEN IN ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OEPT., ELECTIONS 



H 1 3/26/86 C I N S60 
H 2 7/29/86 B 14 N 



H 2 


2/10/86 A 


8 N 


H 1 


5/23/86 B 


1 N 


H 1 


6/27/86 8 


1 N H60 


H ? 


6/30/86 A 


9 p P L20 


H I 


8/27/86 C 


1 N 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A I 
1/01/06 



I N E X 
12/31/86 



ALAMANCE SHERIFF TO FACE WINNER OF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN NOVEMBER 

KEEN IS SEEKING GOP NOMINATION FOR SHERIFF'S POST 

NEIGHBOURS SEEKS ALAMANCE SHERIFF'S JOB AS REPUBLICAN 

ALAMANCF OEMOCRATS SIT OUT SOME RACES 

GOP NOMINATES TEAGUEt SHARPE IN ALAMANCE 

SOME ALAMANCE VOTERS FACE BONO ISSUE CHOICE 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH TERM 

KEEN'S CAMPAIGN MANAGER FILES ELECTION COMPLAINT 

ELECTION COMPLAINTS HEARING POSTPONED 

ELECTIONS BOARD TO HEAR CHARGES 

ALAMANCE BOARD STUOIES CALL FOR VOTE RECOUNT 

ALAMANCE RECOUNT IS OENIED 

ELECTIONS BOARD MISFILED COMPLAINT ABOUT FLIER 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT 

LASHLEY CONVICTEO OF DISTRIBUTING UNSIGNED FLIERS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY UNITED WAY 

SEE UNITED WAY OF ALAMANCE 



ALAMANCE HEAL 

SEE ALSO A 

SEE ALSO A 

SEE ALSO H 

MERGEP 

ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCF 

BURLINGT 

JOHN CUR 

CURRIN B 

SECOND A 

LIFELINE 

MEETINGS 

ALAMANCE 



TH SERVICES. INC. 

LAMANCE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE CANCER TREATMENT CENTER 

LAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 

OSPITALS. N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALSI 

F TWO ALAMANCE HOSPITALS TO BE OFFICIALLY COMPLFTEO MARCH 1 

HOSPITALS RESTRICT VISITS DUE TO FLU 

HOSPITAL OFFICIAL APPOINTEO 

HOSPITAL'S NAME IS CHANGED 
ON HOSPITALS LIFT RESTRICTIONS ON VISITORS 
RIN TO TAKE POST AT ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
EGINS WORK AT ALAMANCE HOSPITAL 
IR AMBULANCE TO SERVE ALAMANCE 

GETS H.000 DONATION FROM CLUB 

SCHEOULEO ON ALAMANCE DRUG PROGRAM 

COUNTY HAS NEW CANCER TREATMENT CENTER 



ALAMANCE HISTORIC PROPERTIES COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

MEMORIAL FOR BLOOD RESEARCH PIONEER TO BE UNVEILED IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE HISTORIC PROPERTIES COMMISSION 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

ALAMANCE SETS FIDDLFRS PICNIC TODAY. SUNDAY 
ALAMANCE MUSEUM WILL SPONSOR CHRISTMAS TOUR 
ALAMANCE CHRISTMAS TOUR WILL BE HELD THIS SUNOAY 

ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL (FORMERLY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY! 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 
SEE ALSO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 

MERGER OF TWO ALAMANCE HOSPITALS TO BE OFFICIALLY COMPLETED MARCH 1 

ALAMANCE HOSPITALS RESTRICT VISITS DUE TO FLU 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL OFFICIAL APPOINTED 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL'S NAME IS CHANGED 

BURLINGTON HOSPITALS LIFT RESTRICTIONS ON VISITORS 

JOHN CURRIN tO TAKE POST AT ALAMANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

MEMORIAL DEDICATED 

ALAMANCE MEMO 

SEE ALSO C 

SEE ALSO C 

SEE ALSO 

OPEN HOU 

ALAMANCE SOIL 

SEE ALSO E 

SEE ALSO S 

ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE WORK 
CENTER H 

ALAMANCE/CASW 
ANNUAL P 

ALAMANCE/CASW 

SEE ALSO " 

PRISON N 

ALARM SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO S 

SEE ALSO S 

RESIDENT 

FINDING 

ALASKA 

SEE ALSO G 
SEE ALSO W 

NORTH TO 

MUSEUM S 

ALASKA L 

ALASKA. ELECT 
JUST CAL 
TAR HEEL 
N.C. NAT 
TAR HEEL 

ALAYANFE 

SEE ALSO A 
ALAYANFE 

ALBA-WALOENSI 
WHEN CHA 

ALBEMAPLE. N. 
COUNCIL 



'RIAL HOSPITAL. PSYCHIATRIC CENTER 

HILD PSYCHIATRY 

HILOREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED 

SYCHIATRY 

SE SLATED TODAY AT CENTER'S ADOLESCENT UNIT 

ANO WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT 
ROSION 
OIL CONSERVATION SERVICE 

CONSERVATION POSTS TO BE ON BALLOT 

ER-OWNED KNITTING 

ELPS WORKERS BUY COMPANIES TO SAVE JOBS 

ELL COUNTIES MEDICAL SOCIETY 

URLINGTON ANTIQUES FAIR TO RUN FRIDAY THROUGH SUNOAY 

ELL COUNTIES MENTAL HEALTH AGENCY 

ENTAL HEALTH 

URSE SAYS MANY INMATES RELY ON DRUGS FOR FUN 

ECURITY SYSTEMS 

MOKE DETECTORS 

•S RETURN SCARES OFF BURGLAR 

LOST ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS 

REAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT 
ILDERNESS AREAS, U.S. 

ALASKA 
PONSORING EXCURSION TO ALASKA 
EAOS NATION IN SPENOING FOR EDUCATION 

IONS 

L HER GOVERNOR. SAYS ALASKA'S MRS. S 

NATIVES SEEK GOVERNORSHIPS IN 2 STATES 
IVE ADOS GOVERNOR TO HIS LIST OF OCCUPATIONS 

ELECTED GOVERNOR OF ALASKA 

FRICAN-AMFRICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 
HEADED FOR WOLF TRAP 

AN INC. ( VALDESE, N.C. I 

MBER VOTED ON SHtARON HARRIS. ONLY GULLEY VOTFO NO 

C. 

IN ALBEMARLE ACTS TO CLEAR OUT TAME SKUNKS 

_ND 

LE STRIPEO BASS STARVING 

ALBERT SCHWEITZER INTERNATIONAL PRIZES 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -WILMINGTON 

KITCHEN GETS MEDAL 

HFLEN HAYES GETS MEDAL IN WILMINGTON 

ALBRIGHT WILLING WORKERS VOLUNTEER TEAM 

HOLIDAY BUFFET SET FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
ONE DRUMSTICK OR Two? 

ALCAN ALUMINUM CORP. 

SFE ALSO ALCAN-SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INC. 

FIRMS JOIN IN VENTURE TO MANUFACTURE CARLE 

CABLE PLANT TO BE BUILT IN DURHAM 

CONSTRUCTION UNDER WAY ON CROWN CENTER NORTH AT 1-40 AND PAGE ROAO 



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H 1 


2/26/86 B 


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H 1 0/19/86 B 1 N 

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S 1 8/26/86 A 3 N 



H 2 1/21/86 A 12 N 

H 2 10/28/86 B ION C60 



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S 2 5/22/66 C 5 N 
H 2 11/09/86 13 C N 



H 2 6/29/R6 C 1 P U H49 

S 2 9/02/86 C 4 N 

H 2 11/0 7/B6 A 15 N 

S 2 11/29/86 A 10 N 



S 2 B/14/86 6 o N 

H 2 8/14/86 D 5 P 'J L41 

H 2 9/17/86 B 4 P N 

H 2 8/10/86 B 10 N W60 



S 2 4/10/86 A 3 N 
H 2 4/11/86 A 13 N 



H 2 12/06/86 B 9 N 

H 2 12/13/86 C 6 P P L38 



H 2 10/U8/66 C 1 N 
S 2 10/08/86 A 13 N 
H 2 10/09/86 A 22 P N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/36 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 2b 
1/09/67 



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ALCAN-SUMITQmO ELECTRIC INC. 

SEE ALSO ALCAN ALUMINUM CORP. 

SEE ALSO FIRE OPTICS 

SEE ALSO SUMITOMO ELECTRIC CO. 

FIRMS JOIN IN VENTURE TO MANUFACTURE CABLE 
CABLE PLANT TO PE BUILT IN DURHAM 

ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO ATHLETES. ALCOHOL 

HI ALSO COLLEGES. N.C., ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

SEE ALSO INTOXImjteR 

SEE ALSO LIOUOR INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO LIOUOR LIABILITY 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC PROPERTY PRINKING BAN 

SE NE2 L 0EvTcE E SNIFFS OUT ALCOHOL THAT "AKES PEANUTS TASTE UNPLEASANT 



ALCOHOL. ADVERTISING 

BUBBA SMITH FINOS ADS 



'LESS (FULFILLING 1 



2 10/08/66 C 1 
2 10/08/06 A 13 



H 2 9/11/86 



S 2 9/19/66 A 



ALCOHOL, o DEAThS isoning BLAME0 , N 0EATM of l2 . Y c AR - 

ALCOHOL. HEALTH EFFECTS 

CURB ALCOHOL. NOT TOBACCO 

SMOKING A SECONDARY PR09LEH 

ALCOHOL SEEN FACTOR IN SOME DROWNINGS 

ALCOHOL: A DRUG PROBLEM 

2 L SSE°b3lT§Vk°NSfF*2KSS8L I To5"IS3SLi5. URGE ORUG TESTING RESTRAINT 

STUDY: ALCOHOL CONTRIBUTES TO SEVERITY OF CRASH INJURIES 

WHY PIC" ON TOBACCU? 

ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE ALSO ABC LAWS 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL. SALES 
SFE ALSO ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 
SEE ALS^ LIOJOR HOUSES, OURHAM 

HI Jt'fc U^S^TREASURY DERT.. BUREAU OF ALCOHOL. TOBACCO ANO FIREARMS 

xl? LAWMEN SAY LIOUOR STILLS BEING FIREO UP 
12 : YEAR-0LD MAY HAVE BEEN DE A? WHEN LEFT ON SIOEWALK 
SELLING BEER TO MINOR CHARGEO TO EMPLOYEE 
MAN CHARGED WIT" SELLING LIQUOR -____„ 

ORANGE "AN CHARGED WITH STEAKHOUSE ROBBERY 

DEFE^t'ino'IlL-POwERFUL^D SSy S UlSo-T OF YOUNG DRINKER 

NUMB E> OF UNDERAGE STUDENTS COMPLICATING DRINKING POLICIES 

CHAPEL hill: CHERNOBYL OF NEW DRINKING LAW? 

9 CITATIONS ISSUED FOR ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF BEER 

?0 VANCE TE C N-AGERS SICK; ILLEGAL LIOUOR SUSPECTED 

HOSPITAL RELEASES TEENS W«0 DRANK ILLEGAL LIOUOR 

TWO ARRESTED IN POLICE RAID 

LEXINGTON OFFICERS MAKE ORUG SWEEP 

COUNTERFEIT LICENSES SEIZED AT ECU 

MOONSHINING ON THE RISE 

ARRESTS FOR MOONSHINE SKYROCKET 

•,9 CITED FOR ALCOHOL SALES 

ALCOHOL. LAWS 
SEE ABC LAWS 

* LC0H UNC pIofTgET GRANTS FOR ALCOHOL RESEARCH 

ALCOHOL. SALES .,„ „ rr 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
S C E ALSO HAPPY HOURS 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE -_._. 

BUTNER PLANNING BOARD REVERSES REZONING ACTION 

ABC STORES SUFFER DROP IN SALES. PROFITS „„..„,.,, ... DICCC 

19- AND 20-YEAR-OLDS WILL FACE DRY DAYS AS DRINKING AGE RISES 

FEDERAL DRIVE RAISING DRINKING AGE 

BEER EAR TO SUFFER FROM AGE 

HIGHER AGE WILL MAKE BEER A LITTLE DIFFERENT CASc 

16 MILLION SUIT FILED AGAINST STORE, MANAGER FOR ALCUHOL SALES... 

STORE HALTING SALES OF WINt 

GREENSBORO ABC STORES PLANNING DISCOUNT SALES 

CARR60R0 STORE RESUMES WINE S»LES 

TINY POTTLES OF BOOZE PACK PIS SALES APPcAL 

S S2S 6 EufsTlbN? H WILL°THl E BEEr§R' K w';i:E CUSTOMER IN AREA STORE PE CPNSU"E»? 
ALCOHOL SALES SHOULD BE DECIDED BY STATES 

ALCOHOL, TAXES 

SE CIGi«ETT" E lLCOHUL TAX HIKES C ALL ED JUSTI FI ED 
PACKWOOn PLAN SFEKS INCRtASES IN GASOLINE 

O^eIl^-OULd'baCK bSoSPSn ?IGA L RE?T^ WINE LEVIES 

AU ?^ L AL^ S ^L P LFg?S. N.C.. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

ill JUS 8S,». U 3i V N:c!Ii!»I N P?L , M{ L L C L? H ?VuSeNTsV S ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 
DRUGS MAKE HOLIDAY ORINKING MORE DANGEROUS 
UNC PCLL: DRINKING REBOUNDS ._„ „_„ 

WOMAN CLEARED OF SERVING ALCOHOL TO MINOR AT PARTY 
UNC TO F00T Q ALL FANS: LEAVE BOOZE HOME 
YULE INCREASES CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL 
ALCOHCL CONSUMPTION ON DECLINE IN STATE 
JUMP IN COCAINE USE IN N.C. FRIGHTENING 

ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT 
SEE ALSO ABC LAWS 
SEE ALSO alCJHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTRDL P0AR0 
VA. LAW-EN SAY LIOUOR STILLS BEING FIRED UP 

HIGHER N DRINKING AGE may POSE PROBLEMS. ALCOHOL AGENT SAYS 

ARRESTS FOR MOONSHINE SKYROCKET 

STUOIO f S FIRST FILM TO BE BASED ON LIOUOR AGENT 

ALCOHOL POISONING 

".Lc'oHnTp'^UN'lN-G- BEAMED IN DEATH OF .2- YEAR-OLD 

12-YEAR-OLD MAY HAVE BEEN OEAD WHEN LEFT ON SIDEWALK 
20 VANCE TEEN-AGERS SICK; ILLEGAL LIOUOR SUSPECTED 
HOSPITAL RELEASFS TEENS WHO D» ANK ILLEGAL LIOUOR 

ALCOHOL-RELATED CRIMES 



H 2 2/11/86 A 13 



TOBACCO, WINE TAXES 



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4/02/86 
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7/28/86 


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8/33/86 A 

8/04/86 A 

8/04/86 A 

8/24/86 C 

9/06/86 C 

13/23/86 D 

10/30/86 B 

11/14/86 A 

11/21/86 A 
11/23/86 A 
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N N U A L 
1/01/86 



I N E X 
12/31/86 



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MAN ACQUITTEO IN KILLING MUST REMAIN IN HOSPITAL 
WOMEN DRIVING DRUNK: A GROWING PROBLEM, REPORT SAYS 
STUDY: ALCOHOL CONTRIBUTES TO SEVERITY OF CRASH INJURIES 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM, "UNCOMBE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLISM RESEARCH AUTHORITY 

POLITICS CHARGEO IN ELIMINATION OF POST 

ALCOHOLIC TREATMENT CENTERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITIES, INC. 
SEE ALSO CHAPS CENTER 
SEE ALSO 12 STEPS HOME 

VANCE BOARD APPROVES LEASE F0» 12 STEPS HOME PROGRAM 

ORUG-ABUSE CENTER RECEIVES LICENSE 

ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO ADDICTION 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE, ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITIES, INC. 

SEE ALSO ANTABUSE 

SEE ALSO CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S., ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV.. STUDENTS, ALCOHOL-DRUG USE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM RESCUE MISSION 

SEE ALSO FETAL ALCOHOL SYNOROME 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL AND ORUG ABUSE AMONG CHILDREN AND 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLISM RESEARCH AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S., ORUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DRUNKENESS 

SEE ALSO 12 STEPS HOME 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CENTER FOR ALCOHOL STUDIES 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ALCOHOLISM 

ALCOHOLISM: FACTS REPLACING MYTHS 

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE BIG PROBLEMS FOR DURHAM 

GETTING THE MESSAGE 

WALTER DAVIS TALKS ABOUT ORUG PROBLEM 

LIUUOR INDUSTRY, NOT TOBACCO, SHOULD BE FOCUS OF GOVERNMENTS 

BREAKING GROUND 

ARE B007E POSTERS INCREASING ABUSE? 

SESSION EYES WORKER PROBLEMS 

COUNSELOR: CONFIDENCE, SKILLS TOP DRUG ABUSE 

2 UNC DOCTORS NOTF ALCOHOL TOP PROBLEM, URGF DRUG TESTING RESTRAINT 

•SUDDEN SAM' PITCHES COUNSELING AND GETS WINS 

ALCOHOLISM IS DISEASE CAUSED BY GENES 

PROGRAM URGED FOR PRISON-BOUNO DRUG ADOICTS, ALCOHOLICS 

ALCOHOLISM RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITIES, INC. 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOLIC TREATMENT CENTERS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL ISM 

PUBLIC HEARING SET TONIGHT ON THREE HEALTH CARE PROJECTS 

ALDERSGATE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
NORTH CAROLINA OUILT PROJECT 
ALDERSGATE TO CONSECRATE NEW BUILOING SUNDAY 

ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 

COTTON MILLS TULD TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS 

ALERT CABLE TV TU HIKE RATES, ALTER SERVICE 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME PROOUCES VIDEOS TO PROMOTE N.C. 200 

ALERT DEVICE 

SEE LIFFLINE UNIT 

ALEXANDER COUNTY, N.C. 

MARIJUANA AMONG CROPS HIT HARO BY N.C. DROUGHT 

ALEXANDERS OF CHAPEL HILL 

DEVELOPERS FROM CHAPEL HILL REVAMP IVY ROOM BUILOING 

ALEXANDER'S PHOTOGRAPHIES 

THIEVES NAB STEREO ITEMS 

ALFALFA 

CUTTING TIME 

ALFRED WILLIAMS CO. (RALEIGH. N.C.I 

BIO ON FURNITURE FOR NEW TERMINAL ENOORSED 

ALGONOUIN PRESS (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.I 

NCMH STAFF WRITES PREGNANCY BOOK 

ALICF IN WONDERLAND (BOOK AND PLAYI 

'ALICE IN WONDERLAND' PERFORMANCES SLATEO 

ALIENS 

SEE ALSO ILLEGAL ALIENS 

SEE ALSO U.S. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 
DECISION DELAYED ON PERUVIAN'S OLD DRUG CONVICTIONS 
PERUVIAN, EX-SOCCER PLAYER LOSES RESIDENT ALIEN BID 

ALIENS IFILHI 

•ALIENS' IS HIGH-TENSION THRILLER 
•ALIENS' A FIRST-RATE THRILLER 

ALIMONY 

SEE ALSO CHILO CUSTOOY 
SEE ALSO 01V0RCE 

EX'S SEX CHANGE DOESN'T SWAY JUDGE 

ALL-AMERICA CITIES 

SEE ALSO CITY LIVABILITY AWARD 

N.C. COMMUNITIES NAMED FINALISTS 

ALL-AMERICA FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

FLAGLER, K1SER NAMEO WRITERS' ALL-AMERICAN 

ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

PROCEEOS TO AID MCDONALD HOUSE 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAM 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

ESPOSITO, 5 FROM PACK NAMED TO ACC SQUAD 
•PACK LEADS ACC VOTING 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TEAM 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
P.M. DIGEST 

BIAS UNANIMOUS ON ALL-ACC SENIOR FIVE 
ALL-ACC 



1 8/26/86 C I N 

2 9/11/86 B 1 N 

2 9/19/86 A 10 N U80 



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H I 1/07/B6 C 1 N 

S 2 12/10/86 CIO N 



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1/06/86 B 
9/06/86 A 



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H 2 5/08/86 A 26 N 

H 3 12/06/86 B 1 N K65 

S 2 12/15/86 C 10 N 



S 2 7/18/86 C 3 N 

S 2 2/11/86 C 1 P N W82 

S 2 5/19/86 C 1 N 

H 2 10/06/86 B 16 P P M66 

H 2 10/17/86 B 5 N 

S 2 10/02/86 C 7 N 

H 2 12/12/86 C 12 N 



H 2 12/12/86 B 3 N S82 
H 2 12/19/86 B 1 N S82 



S 2 7/2A/86 12 P R T85 
H 2 8/08/86 4 P R W66 



H 2 3/14/86 A 4 E 

S 1 10/08/86 C 9 N 

H 2 11/27/86 DAN 

S 2 8/13/86 C 1 N 



H 2 5/14/86 4 N 
S 2 5/14/86 D 4 N 



S 2 3/03/86 D 6 N 
H 2 3/04/86 B 2 P N 
S 2 3/04/86 B 2 P N 



MONTHLY/AN 



A L INDEX 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



HAKE ROOM FOR OAVIO 
DEVILS: BEWARE OF HENOcPSON 
SENIORS ONLY VOTEO ALL-ACC 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

LOOK FOR RED ON ALL-ACC 

JUNKIN, FENNER HEAD PICKS ON »P TEAM 

JUNKIN, FENNER UNANIMOUS PICKS 

CLEMSON LEADS ALL-ACC PICKS 

KRAMER PLAYER OF YEAR 

ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN ORTHODOX CHURCH 

SLAVE CEMETERY STILL IN LEGAL LIMBO 
HILLSBOROUGH REGAINS OLD SLAV 1 CEMETERY 

ALL-STAR GAME. BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
COLLECTOR'S ITEM 

ALL THAT FALL IPLAY1 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. BECKETT 

WAIT FOP BECKETT'S RADIO PLAY IS OVER 

ALL-TRIANGLE CONFERENCE BASEBALL 



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11/23/86 t 13 

11/24/86 D 5 

11/25/86 1 C 

11/25/86 D 1 P 



2/04/86 C 1 
9/10/86 B 1 



S 2 7/15/86 D 



H 2 4/11/86 1 P F W66 
S 2 7/03/16 8 N 



ALLENTON REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 
ALLENTON RECEPTION 

NEW NORTH DURHAM OFFICE FOR ALLENTON 

MARKET CAPITALIZATION CHANGES SOUTHEAST BANK RANKINGS 
ROUGE"ONT PROJECT UNDER HAY 

FOUNDATION GIVING AWAY COMPUTER _ 

GLAXO. BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO CONTINUE CAPSULE DRUGS 
PLANNING BOARD TO REVIEW SITE PLANS TONIGHT 
PLANNING PANEL OKS PAGE RD. COMPLEX 
ALLENTON HIRES 6 SALESMEN 
REZONING OENIED NEAR ERW1N ROAO 
OFFICE PARK PLANNED NEAR SOUTHERN HIGH 
ART IS BIG BUSINESS 
COMMISSION REJECTS REZONING PLEA 
S"ALL DEVELOPMENTS ALSO AFFECT DURHAM 
GRILL OWNERS LOSE 1ST REZONINS ROUND 
RETAIL MERCHANTS TO MEET THURSDAY 
REZONING DENIAL BLOCKS GRILL'S EXPANSION 
LOw MORTGAGES FUEL HO"E PRICE RISE 
HOUSING PLANNEO 

121-ACRE SUBDIVISION PLANNED BY ALLENTON 
ALLENTON REALTY TO 3JIL0 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 
ALLENTON LEAVING DOWNTOWN FOR SPACE IN NEW HIGH-RISE 
ALLENTON REALTY LEAVING DOWNTOWN HEADQUARTERS 
MASSIVE MOVEOUT BLAMED FOR WEAK RENTAL MARKET 
HOME BUILDERS TARGET EAST DURHAM 

DURHAM COUNTY ZONING BOARD TO PONDER OAK GROVE REOUESTS 
OAK GROVE RESIDENTS STALL REZONING EFFORT 
ALLENTON TO ACQUIRE WAKE REALTY OFFICES 
DENIED REZONING REOUESTS ON COUNTY AGENDA 
GROUNO BROKEN FOR UNIVERSITY PLACE 
ALLENTON TO APPEAL OAK GROVE 'EZONING PLAN 
COMMISSIONERS DELAY VOTE ON REZONING OF SUBDIVISION 
COUNTY POSTPONES REZONING FOR OAK GROVE PROJECT 

ALLENTON SECURITIES INC. 

GROUND BROKEN FOR UNIVERSITY PLACE 



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M " L SEe'alSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. ALLERGY. CRITICAL CARE E RESPIRATORY OISEASE DIV 
SEE ALSO HOUSE DUST 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ALLERGY FOUNDATION 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES 
SEE ALSO POLLEN 

EXPERTS CRITICIZE 'IMMUNE POWER DIET' PLAN 

THE NOSE KNOWS, CARS CARE: SPRING'S POLLEN IS EVERYWHERE 

RAIN, PLEASE CO"E TO WASH AWAY POLLEN 

ANTIDEPRESSANTS BRING RELIEF FROM CHRONIC PAIN 

ALLERGIES TO INSECT BITES CAN BE SEVERE 

ALLERGY SUFFERERS FORM GROUP 

ALLFRGY SEASON LOOKS BAD BUT 'JEW DRUGS CAN H C LP 

ALLERGY FOUNDATION A PRODUCT OF POLLEN 

COSMETIC ALLERGIES HARD TO TRACK 

ALLIANCE FOR UNDERGRADUATE EOUCATION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

UNC JOINS EDUCATION ALLIANCE 

ALLIED CHURCHES OF ALAMANCE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. 



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SE OLD L BURl"nGT0 , N S POL;CE BUILDING IS NOW A SHELTER FOR HOMELESS 

ALLIED VAN LINES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

ALLIGATOR RIVER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE 

^S r -OL S F S I^UE N Elp|cTiS ?0 L F°fiLIVEN E A^GATOR RIVER REFUGE DISCUSSIONS 

RED WOLVES TJ BE RELEASED ON REFUGE 

RED WOLVES RETURN TO N.C. VIA ROU 

REO WOLVES ARRIVE AT R DU ON WAY TO WILDLIFE REFUGE 

BIOLOGISTS WANT ALLIGATORS PROTECTED 
TAKING 'GATORS OFF ENDANGERED LIST OPPDSEO 
TAR HEEL GATORS TOURIST ATTRACTION 

ALOHA BOWL 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL H[ LL SPORTS. 
UNC'S ALOHA TRIP SETTLED AFTE< HASSLE 
PEACH EXPECTING NEAR-RECORD CROWD 

ALPHA DELTA KAPPA 

INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS 

ADK INOUCTEES 

TEACHERS' SORORITY BREAKFAST 

DONATION 

* L " CHAPLAIN SAYS MED STUDENTS FACE TOUGH ISSUES OF ETHICS 

FUTURE MEDICAL STUOENTS URGEO TO IMPROVE IMAGE OF PHYSICIANS 

ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY 

THEY BELIEVE IN 'SERVICE TO MANKIND' 
HOLIDAY GIVING 

ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



GIVING THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF TIME 

ALSTON AVE. 

HIGHWAY NEEDS TO BE OISCUSSEO 

THREE HOAO PROJECTS PUSHED BY CHAMBER 

RESTAURANT PROPOSAL DRAWS LABORED OEBATE 

ALSTON TECHNICAL PARK 

SEE ALSO OURHAM, N.C.. OFFICE PROPERTY 

SEE ALSO HEADOUARTERS PARK 

BELGIUM FIRM LEASES SPACE IN ALSTON PARK 

FIRST BUILDING LEASED ATALSTON TECHNICAL PARK 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. 

SEE ALSO ENERGY CONSERVATION, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ENERGY SOURCES, ALTERNATIVES 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY BUARD TO CONSIDER PROPOSALS 
DISORGANIZATION COSTS AVERAGE EXECUTIVE 4 WEEKS TO CATCH UP 
JOROAN: REASONABLY PRICED ENERGY IS ECONOMIC KEY 
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORPORATION APPROVES FIVE PROJECTS 



S U a J E C 



ALTERNATIVES TO INC 
SEE ALSO C ITIZEN 
SEE ALSO FORESTR 
SEE ALSO PRISONS 
PRISON ALTERNA 
•INTENSE PKOBA 
ALTERNATIVES P 
150 MILLION PR 
•ELECTRONIC HA 
GOVERNOR 'S PRI 
HOUSE ARREST N 
MARTIN IN MINE 
N.C. TRADITION 
SENTENCING OPT 
OURHAM WINS FU 
AMERICAN EXPRE 
3 PRISON PROJE 
POLL FINDS ALT 
PANEL EDITS MA 
N.C. TO INVEST 
NEW PROBATION 
CRIME COMMISSI 
CHANGES WOULD 
STATE STUDIES 
COUNCIL OF CHU 
SLOW PRISONER 
COMPUTERS ACT 



ARCERATION 

S COMMISSION ON ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION 

Y PRISON CAMPS 

, N.C, OVERCROWDING 

TIVES BEST ANSWER TO OVERCROWDING 

TION« PROGRAM TO EXPAND 

ROGRAM HELPS PRISONERS 

ISON EXPANSIONS PROPOSEO 

RDEN" PROPOSAL CRITICIZED 

SON PLAN WOULD COST STATE LESS 

OT -FASCIST' 

FIELD WITH PRISON PACKAGE 

S CLASH OVER PRISON CROWDING 

IONS MAY ADD EXPENSES 

NDS FOR PRISON PROGRAM 

SS AIDS PRISON PROJECT 

CT OIRECTORS FRIENDS OF DEATH ROW INMATES 

ERNATIVE PUNISHMENT SUPPORT 

RTIN'S 10-YEAR PRISON PLAN 

IN WILDERNESS DREAM 
PROGRAM TO BRING STRICTER SUPERVISION 
ON SCHEDULES HEARING ON SENTENCING REFORM 
CUT STATE PRISON POPULATION 
WAYS TO GFT MISDEMEANANTS OUT OF PRISON 
RCHES HAS 6 ISSJES ON LEGISLATIVE AGENDA 
GROWTH GOOD NEWS FOR STATE 
AS PROBATION OFF ICER 



ALTRUSA CLUB OF DURHAM 
69TH ANNIVERSARY 
PREPARING GIFT BAGS 

ALUMARK CORPORATION 

GUNSHOTS REPORTEO FIRED AT PLANT NEAR ROXBORU 

ALUMINUM CO. OF AMERICA 
ALCOA STRIKE 
COURT RULES AGAINST N.C. IN RATES CASE 

ALUMINUM RECYCLING 
SEE RECYCL ING 

ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATRE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

THE TRIANGLE SALUTES BLACK HISTORY MONTH 

ALVIN AILEY REPERTORY OANCE ENSEMBLE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

ALVIN ALLEY DANCERS COMING TO UNC 

TECHNICALITIES NOT ENOUGH FROM AILEY ENSEMBLE 

ALY HILL MANUFACTURING CO. 

CLOTHING PLANT TO OPEN IN LIBERTY 



ALZHEIMER'S D 
SEE ALSO B 
SEE ALSO D 
SEE ALSO D 
SEE ALSO J 
15 MULL 
ALZHEIME 
ALZHEIME 
MUSIC TH 
ANN LAND 
COLUMNIS 
PHILANTH 
SON MAKE 
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DUKE RES 
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DUKE RES 
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ALZHEIME 
DUKE GRA 
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WEDDING 
ALZHEIME 
BRAIN-TI 
KERR-TAR 
RESEARCH 

AMADA CO. 
SEE U.S. 



ISEASE 

INGSWANGER'S OISEASF 
ISEASES (SEE ALSO NAME 
UKE ALZHEIMER'S FAMILY 
OSEPH M. AND KATHLEEN 
ION ALZHEIMER'S DISEAS 
R'S CENTER HELD UP BY 
R'S CENTER PLANNED 
ERAPIST SOOTHES PATIEN 
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S COFFIN FROM CEOAR HI 
HIGH PRAISE LAUNCHES 9 
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EARCH CENTER A BUILD1N 
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R'S DISEASE FORUM APR! 
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R'S PATIENTS BEING F0~> 
NKS SMOKING, ALZHEIME' 
EARCHERS BATTLE ALZHEI 
R'S DISEASE TALK FEATU 
AN CHRONICLES PROGRESS 
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FRANKLIN MAN IS FOUND 
MAN FOUNO IN THICKET D 
R'S DISEASE PATIENT, 8 
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NTS TO STUOY AIDS. ALZ 
LOST ALZHEIMER'S PATIE 
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R'S DISEASE AFFECTS 2. 
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AMALGAMATED CLOTHING AND TEXTILE WORKERS UNION 

511 *S-|S AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL LADIES GARMENT WORKERS UNION 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 

WORKERS AT MECKLENBURG PLANT VOTE TO APPROVE TEXTILE UNION H 2 

N.C. REMAINS NEAR BOTTOM IN UNIONIZATION S 2 



4/12/66 
7/11/86 



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13 



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SUBJECTS 



FIELOCREST CANNON INC. AND UNION TRY TO REACH CONTRACT SETTLEMENT 

UNION KINS IN GREENSBORO 

GREENSBORO TEXTILE WORKERS VOTE FOR UNION 

TEXTILE UNION SUING MUROOCK OVER PENSION FUNO 

MURDOCH DENIES MISUSING PENSION FUNDS 

SUIT CLAIMS PENSION FUNOS MISUSED 

STEVENS WORKERS SEEKING BACK PAY 

AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION 
MEDAL WINNERS 

THE AMATEURS 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

AMAZON RIVER 

VOYAGE DOWN THE AMAZON 



AMBERLY ICARRBORO 
ALOERMEN CON 
CONTROL OF W 
AMBERLY PLAN 
UNIVERSITY L 
DEVELOPER OF 
HEARING ON L 
AUTHORITY LE 
DEVELOPER SH 
ORANGE CO. _ 
HEARING SET 
DEVELOPER SA 
LAWYER: LAND 
3 GOVERNMENT 
ORANGE LEADE 
MANURE RROUG 
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CARRBORO CAU 
CARHBORO BOA 



. N.C.I 

TINUE SUBDIVISION HFARING 

ATERSHEO POLICIES DEBATED 

SPURS CLARIFICATION 
AKE DAYS NU"BERED. PROFESSOR WARNS 

FRANKLIN HILLS GETS RED LIGHT FROM TOWN 
ANO-USE CCNTINUEO 
FT QUESTIONING I 1' AUTHORITY 
OWS PLANS TO COUNTY 
LANNERS REVIEW HOUSING PLANS 
ON EXTENOING SEWAGE LINE 
YS HE WILL PROCEED ON SEPTIC SYSTEM 
-USE PLAN WOULO LIMIT AMBERLY 
AL BOOIES AIR WATERSHED. PLANNING RIFTS 
RS ARC DISCUSSING WATERSHED. PLANNING POLICIES 
HT TO HEARING 

TUOY NEEDED ON WATERSHEO DEVELOPMENT 
TIONED ON WATERSHED PROJECTS 
RD ADOPTS ORDINANCE ON LAND USE 



AMBULANCE SERVICE, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

ALAMANCE GROUP OPPOSES EXTRATERRITORIAL ZONING 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 
N.C. OFFICIAL PRAISES AMBULANCE SERVICE 
EX-OWNER SUES AMBULANCE FIRM 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE. DURHAM 

SEE ALS" DURHAM COUNTY EMERGENCY "EDICAL SERVICES COUNCIL 

AMBULANCE FIRM SEEKS ALL COUNTY BUSINESS 

CITIZENS GROUP TO SEEK COUNTY AMBULANCE PANEL 

AMBULANCE FIRM UNSATISFIEO WITH COUNTY COMMITTEE RcPORT 

COUNTY REZONES GE LAND 

CITY OF MEOICINE LOSING WILLIE H HOUSE BOTHERS MOM 

COUNTY OKS CHECK OF AMBULANCE PLAN 

COUNCIL MAY BE KEY TO AMBULANCE HARMONY 

PRIVATE AMBULANCE FIRM CLOSES DURHAM SERVICE 

AMBULANCE SERVICE STOPS, BLAMES COUNTY 

HOSPITAL AMBULANCE BUSINESS JUMPS 2 5* 

AMBULANCE SERVICE. N.C. 

SEE ALSO AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY, N.C, AMBULANCE SERVICE 

SPEEDWAY AMBULANCE 

EMERGENCIES OUTSTRIPPING RESCUE SERVICE'S CAPABILITY 

AMBULANCE SERVICE HELD LACKING 

AMBULATORY SURGERY 

SEE ALSO MAJOR AMBULATORY SURGERY I ROOK I 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 

HOSPITALS ADD SERVICES TO REMAIN COMPETITIVE, FINANCIALLY HEALTHY 

OFFICE SURGERY POPULAR IN DURHAM 

HOSPITALS REPORT OUTPATIENT GROWTH 

MEDICAL VOLUME EDITED BY DR. JIMMY DAVIS IS 'VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION' 

AMENDMENT 3 

SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. CONSTITUTION 
SEE ALSO PORTS, N.C. 

AMENDMENT 3 SUPPORTED 

N.C.'S SEAPORTS i. AIRPORTS NEEO YOUR HELP: VOTE FOR AMENDMENT 23 IADI 

SAMPLE BALLOT FOR TOMORROW'S ELECTION... 

3 STATE AMENDMENTS REASONABLE POOPOSALS 

ELECTION '86: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 

THREE AMENOMENTS APPROVED BY VOTERS 

COLLEGES, AIRPORTS AND SEAPORTS GET PERMISSION FOR TAX-EXEMPT BONDS 

AMERIBANC INVESTORS GROUP 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

AMERICAN AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AMR CORPORATION 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN EAGLE 

BIO APPROVED FOR CLEARING AIRPORT LAND 

AIR CARCIER APPOINTS 2 FOR R DU HUB 

NATIONAL GUARD MOVE HOLDING UP RELOCATION OF AIRPORT ROAD 

AIRLINE SELLS FOOD-SERVICE FIRM 

TAXIWAYS, RUNWAY MAY DOUBLE FLIGHTS 

REPAIP WORK TO CREATE RDU PARKING PROBLEMS 

ORAWING OF AMERICAN AIRLINES' HUB AT RDU 

AIRLINE ARTICLE CITES DURHAM 

AIRLINE MAGAZINE FEATURES ARTICLE ON TRIANGLE AREA 

RDU GROWTH TAKES OFF 

RDU TRYING TO REMEDY PROBLEMS AFFECTING PRIVATE, 

GENERAL-AVIATION FLIERS ASK SPACE, SIGNS 

LOW RDU BIDS TOTAL S33.6 MILLION 

NEW BIOS SOUGHT ON ROU FIRE PROTECTION 

AIRPORT WORK BIOS TOTAL 132 MILLION 

ANALYST EXPECTS AMERICAN AIRLINES TO GO AFTER EASTERN ROUTES AT RDU 

NEW RDU HUB MEANS FARE COMPETITION 

NEW RUNWAY NO JOKE FOR UNSUSPECTING PILOT 

AIRPORT OKS TERMINAL BIOS 

ROU BOARD BOWS TO AIRLINE. RECONSIDERS TANK FARM PLAN 

AIRPURI FAVORS MOVING FUEL TANKS 

TERMINAL SHAPES UP 

RTU GETS GRANT FOR HUB TERMINAL 

AIRPORT AUTHGPITY GETS DETAILS ON HUB MULTIPURPOSE BUILDING 

AMEPICAN EXPANDS FLIGHTS AND SERVICES 

AIRLINE RAPS DISTANCE BETWEEN RDU RUNWAYS 

AIRLINE PLANS 2-STATE SALES OFFICE 

CONCOROE JET TO JOIN ROU CELEBRATION OF TRAVEL AGENCY 

is the bloom off or is the ma'ket just waffling? 

CONTRACT FOR AIRPORT APRONS AWARDED 

ROU SMOOTHS BUILDING CHANGES 

ROU AIRLINE WANTS FLIGHT TO LONDON 

CHARLOTTE, OURHAM AIRPORTS VIE FOR DAILY LONDON FLIGHT 



CHARTER AIRCRAFT 



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9/11/86 


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9/17/86 


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9/17/86 


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H 


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9/26/86 


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H 


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9/30/86 


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1 


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K65 


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10/03/86 


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L90 


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H 


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10/24/86 


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5/23/86 


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6/10/86 


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9/09/86 


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9/10/86 


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11/02/86 
11/03/86 
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1/U8/86 


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S 7 


1/11/86 


A 


2 


P 


N 




H 2 


1/17/86 


8 


I 




N 


M97 


S 2 


1/18/86 


A 


3 




N 


W82 


S 2 


1/22/86 


C 


1 




N 


WB2 


S 2 


1/23/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 


W82 


H 2 


1/26/86 


B 


14 


P 


P 




S 2 


2/03/86 


C 


1 




N 


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H 2 


2/04/86 


B 


3 




N 




H 2 


2/16/86 


D 


1 


P 


F 


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H 2 


2/19/86 


B 


6 




N 


M97 


S 2 


2/19/86 


C 


I 




N 


W82 


H 2 


2/27/86 


A 


12 




N 




H 2 


3/05/86 


A 


17 




N 


M97 


S 2 


3/05/86 


A 


9 




N 


W82 


H 2 


3/28/86 


C 


6 




N 


M97 


S 2 


3/23/86 


A 


1 




N 


W82 


S 2 


4/02/86 


c 


1 


P 


N 


W82 


S 2 


4/16/86 


c 


I 




N 


W82 


H 2 


4/25/86 


A 


11 




N 


"97 


S 2 


4/25/86 


c 


1 




N 


W82 


S 2 


5/10/86 


A 


5 


P 


P 


M66 


S 2 


5/22/86 


A 


1 




N 


W82 


H 2 


6/04/86 


B 


3 





N 


M97 


S 2 


6/12/86 


A 


I 


p 


N 


W82 


S 2 


6/12/86 


A 


1 




N 


W82 


H 2 


6/13/36 


b 


1 




N 


M97 


H 2 


6/14/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


M97 


H 2 


6/1 5/86 


c 


12 


p 


U 


L41 


H 2 


7/16/86 


c 


12 




N 


M97 


S 2 


7/16/86 


c 


1 




N 


W82 


S 2 


7/19/86 


A 


5 




N 




H 2 


7/24/86 


8 


1 




N 


«97 



MONTHLr/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



GATEWAY BID 
AS GATEWAY 



AIR TRAVEL EXPANDS 

ANALYSTS: AIRPORTS HAY LACK SIZE FOR INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS 

RDU MAY OFFER INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS 

AUTHORITY AWARDS (1.4 MILLION CONTRACT FOR AIRPORT WORK 

RULING FAVORS DOBPS HOUSE 

AMERICAN TO DOUBLE RDU TRIPS 

HUB MANAGER APPOINTED BY EASTERN 

CONOEMNED PROPERTY INTEREST MORE THAN RDU PANEL EXPFCTED 

AIRPORT FOOD FIRM AWAITS COURT RULING 

FOUR CONGRESSMEN SUPPORT RDU'S 

CHAMBERSi CONGRESSMEN BACK RDU 

RDU THE BEST CHOICE 

FAILURE OPENS DOOR TO LONDON 

CAMPAIGN FOR OVERSEAS FLIGHT TO HEAT UP 

RDU ADVISER TO HELP LAND LONDON FLIGHT 

AIRLINE HUB MAY EMPLOY 2.200 WORKERS BY 196") 

LAND US IN LONDON! 

RDU BOARD OKS PAY RAISES 

•LAND US IN LONOON' CAMPAIGN TAKES FLIGHT 

CHAMBER LAUNCHES EFFORT FOR LONDON FLIGHTS FROM RDU 

RDU GATEWAY DRIVE PICKS UP MOMENTUM 

AMERICAN AIRLINFS HUB TO OPEN WITH MORE TRAFFIC THAN EXPECTED 

AMERICAN AIRLINFS OFFICIALS PREDICT 1500 MILLION INFUSION INTO ECONOMY 

HOW WILL DURHAM WEATHER ITS BUSINFSS TREMORS? 

PIEDMONT MAGAZINE TO FEATURE DEVELOPMENT IN TRIANGLE 

AIRLINE MAKES TOKYO ONE STOP FROM ROU 

RDU PANEL OKS CATERING-SERVICE CONTRACTS 

BID ON FURNITURE FOR NEW TERMINAL ENDORSED 

RDU CHANCES CLIMB FOR LONDON FLIGHTS 

AMERICAN HUB MAY BRING MORE DELAYS AT AIRPORT 

GATEWAY WOULD OPEN TRIANGLE TO A BRITISH INVASION, PANEL TOLD 

AGENTS SAY AREA TO LURE U.K. VISITORS 

AIRLINES* COMMUTER OFFICE MOVING TO AREA 

COMMUTER MOVING TO RDU 

AMERICAN EAGLE PLANS 60 FLIGHTS DAILY FROM RDU 

AMERICAN TO OPEN ROU TERMINAL EARLY 

AMERICAN AIRLINES WILL OPEN RDU HUB MONTH AHEAD UF PLAN 

WHERE AMERICAN, EAGLE WILL SE'VE FROM RALE I GH-OURHAM 

JUOGE ACCELERATES SCHEDULE FOP SELECTING GATEWAY AIRLINE 

STATE OFFICIALS HOPEFUL ON N.C.-U.K. AIR LINK 

FEW SPECIALS SEEN FOR ROU FLIGHTS 

15,575,000 CONTRACT AWARDED FOR PLUMBING WORK AT AIRPORT 

SIDING DELAYS FOR TERMINAL IRK RDU AIRPORT OFFICIALS 

A GREAT GATEWAY CASE 

SUPPORT PILING UP FOR LONDON FLIGHT FROM ROU AIRPORT 

FORTIFYING HUBS PIEDMONT AIRLINE PLAN. NOT EXPANDING 

AIRPURT FUEL PIPELINE MAY BE BUILT ACROSS PANEL MEMBER'S LAND 

FLIGHTS FROM RDU AIRPORT TAKE OFF 

LOWEST ROU-LONDON FARE WOULD BE ABOUT J400 

HARO HATS GATHER AT AIRPORT 

CHARLOTTE TO GET LONDON GATEWAY, SOME OBSERVERS SAY 

RDU OFFICIALS DENY REPORT ABOUT GATEWAY 

AMERICAN AIRLINES TO TRANSFER WORKERS TO RDU 

LET'S BE FAIR, OPEN ON GATEWAY DECISION 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 
FREE TAX COUNSELING AVAILABLE 

PANEL CONSIDERS CHEAPER AUTO INSURANCE FOR OLDER DRIVERS 
ALCOHOL, DRUGS TOPIC OF AARP MEETING 
RETIREO PERSONS GROUP FORMING 
MEETING WILL FOCUS ON PHONE-HIKE EFFECT 
TAR HEEL ELECTEO TO LEAD RETIRED PERSONS' GROUP 
N.C. MAN HEADS OLDER PERSONS r .ROUP 

FORMER EOUCATOR FROM CLINTON TO LEAO RETIREES' ASSOCIATION 
RETIRED PERSONS GROUP MEETING TO ORGANIZE 
RETIREE GROUP SEEKS DEATH PR03E 

RETIRED CLINTON EDUCATOR AIMS TO IMPROVE IMAGE OF THE ELDERLY 
PRICE TO ADORESS RETIREES THURSDAY 
ELOERLY URGED TO VOTE 
6 DURHAM SENIORS GET AARP HONORS 
DURHAM AARP WILL OBSERVE BIRTHDAY 
3IRTHDAY CELEBRATION 
MEDICARE HOTLINE SET UP 
NEW OFFICERS 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITIES 

BRODIE: UNIVERSITIES' TIES WITH INDUSTRY MUST BE KEPT IN CHECK 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS 
SEE ALSO PROFESSORS, U.S. 

PANELISTS TO OISCUSS LIFE AT UNC-CHAPEL HILL 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN 
AAUW TO SEE 'TEMPEST' 

AMERICAN BALLROOM THEATER 

SEE ALSO BALLROOM DANCING 
SEE ALSO OANCE 

OLD KOREAN, NEW BALLROOM ON DANCE FESTIVAL'S CARD 

BALLROOM DANCING IS BACK: AOF GROUP PROVES IT THIS WEEK... 

THE NEXT STEP... 

BALLROOM OANCES DONE SPECTACULARLY 

BALLROOM TROUPE GIVES OLD STEPS NEW LIFE 

AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO U.S. SUPREME COURT 
LAWYERS LIBEL THEMSELVES 

AMERICAN BRANDS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

IS AMERICAN TOBACCO A SPIN-OFF CANOIDATE? 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

»54 MILLION IN AID WENT TO STUDENTS IN '85 FROM N.C. COLLEGE FOUNDATION 

KIDNEY RESEARCH PROJECT FINISHED 

GTc CORP.'S TAX RATE LESS THAN 1% IN 1985. SAYS CITUENS FOR TAX JUSTICE 

AMERICAN TOBACCO TO CLOSE 

MAYOR TELLS COUNCIL DELAY AMERICAN REACT 

CIGARETTE COMPANIES FACE STRUGGLE 

CHESEBROUGH-PONO'S GETS OFFER FROM AMERICAN 

INVESTOR FEAR ABOUT TAX REFORM IMPACT KNOCKS BACK AREA STOCKS 

AMERICAN BRANOS, SALES AND EARNINGS 
BUSINESS BRIEFING 

AMERICAN BRANDS' NET INCOME UP 14 PERCENT 
AMERICAN BRANDS REPORTS SALES UP 

AMERICAN BROAOCASTING CO. 

SEE ABC (AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO.) 

AMERICAN BURN ASSOCIATIONS 
SEE ALSO BURN VICTIMS 

DUKE DOCTOR ELECTEO PRESIDENT OF BURN ASSOCIATION 



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DATE 


C 


PG 


L P 


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H 2 


7/28/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/30/86 


D 


A 


N 




S 2 


7/31/86 


A 


1 


N 


W02 


H 2 


8/06/86 


B 


2 


N 


M97 


S 2 


8/09/86 


B 


I 


N 


W82 


S 2 


8/13/86 


A 


I 


N 




H 2 


8/15/86 


B 


5 


P N 




H 2 


8/20/86 


C 


5 


N 


M97 


S 2 


8/20/86 


C 


1 


N 


W8? 


H 2 


8/23/86 


C 


1 


N 


M97 


S 2 


8/23/86 


B 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


8/27/86 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


9/01/86 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


9/01/86 


A 


7 


N 




S 2 


9/03/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


9/13/86 


A 


9 


N 




H 2 


9/15/86 


A 


3 


A 




H 2 


9/17/86 


C 


1 


N 




H 2 


9/18/86 


B 


1 


N 


M97 


S 2 


9/18/86 


A 


13 


N 


W82 


H 2 


9/19/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


9/19/66 


B 


1 


N 


M97 


S 2 


9/19/86 


C 


1 


P N 


W82 


H 2 


9/21/86 


A 


1 


N 


L41 


H 2 


9/25/86 


B 


5 


N 


M97 


S 2 


10/01/86 


A 


1 


P N 


W82 


S 2 


10/02/86 


c 


5 


N 




H 2 


10/17/86 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


10/22/86 


A 


5 


N 


W82 


H 2 


10/27/86 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


10/29/86 


C 


5 


N 


M97 


S 2 


10/29/86 


c 


1 


P 




H 2 


11/04/06 


A 


8 


N 




S 2 


11/05/86 


C 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


1 1/06/86 


A 


24 


N 


M97 


S 2 


11/11/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


11/12/86 


c 


7 


P N 


M97 


H 2 


11/12/86 


c 


7 


P I 




H 2 


11/13/86 


B 


1 


N 


M97 


S 2 


11/23/86 


c 


1 


N 




S 2 


12/01/86 


A 


1 


N 


HB2 


H 2 


12/03/86 


B 


lb 


N 


M97 


S 2 


12/03/86 


C 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


12/09/86 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


12/11/86 


B 


2 


N 


M9? 


H 2 


12/15/86 


A 


12 


N 




H 2 


12/17/86 


c 


4 


N 


M97 


S 2 


12/17/86 


c 


I 


N 


W82 


H 2 


12/18/86 


B 


4 


N 


M97 


S 2 


12/18/86 


C 


1 


P P 


M66 


H 2 


12/21/86 


C 


1 


P N 




S 2 


12/22/86 


A 


1 


P N 


W82 


H 2 


12/24/86 


A 


1 


N 


M97 


H 2 


12/27/86 


A 


4 


E 




S 2 


2/04/86 


C 


3 


N 




S 2 


3/07/86 


A 


2 


N 




S 2 


3/18/86 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/10/86 


C 


3 


N 




S 2 


5/27/86 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/28/86 





4 


N 




S 2 


5/29/86 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


5/30/86 


c 


5 


N 




H 3 


6/19/86 


b 


1 


N 




S 2 


7/15/86 


c 


1 


P N 


S33 


S 2 


8/16/86 


c 


1 


N 




H 3 


10/15/86 


c 


I 


N 




H 2 


10/29/86 


A 


5 


L 




S 2 


11/07/86 


A 


15 


N 




S 2 


11/11/06 


A 


6 


N 




S 2 


11/15/86 


A 


2 


P P 


L20 


H 2 


11/21/86 


B 


5 


N 




S 2 


12/18/86 


A 


2 


P P 


M66 


H 2 


10/24/86 


C 


12 


P N 


080 


H 2 


11/15/86 


B 


4 


N 




H 2 


6/25/86 


A 


6 


N 





H 2 


6/23/86 


A 


1 


N 


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H 2 


6/25/86 


A 


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P F 


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S 2 


6/26/86 


1) 


3 


P U 


BM 


H 2 


6/27/86 


H 


1 


R 


1 14 


S 2 


6/27/86 


A 


6 


P R 


HM 



H 2 8/26/86 A 



H 


? 


3/0I/B6 


A 


9 


N 




H 


t 


4/27/86 


( 


14 


N 




H 


f 


5/09/86 


A 


1 1 


N 




H 


? 


6/06/86 


r. 


5 


N 




H 


? 


7/13/86 


1) 


10 P U 


1 41 


S 


? 


7/14/86 


( 


3 


N 




H 


/ 


7/20/86 


(. 


14 


N 


1 41 


S 


7 


8/26/86 


A 


1 P N 


W«/ 


H 


/ 


8/29/86 


4 


1 


N 


SM 


s 


? 


11/03/86 


A 


12 


N 




s 


? 


1 1/26/86 


A 


1 


N 




H 


2 


12/04/86 


A 


20 P U 


L41 



H 2 4/10/86 A 24 U L41 
H 2 7/25/86 A 16 N 
H 2 10/27/B6 A 14 N 



S 2 9/06/66 C 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
- 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



N 6 
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AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, BARTLETT DURHAM CHAPTER 
WOMAN OF YEAR 
GTE NAMES ASSnCIATE 
AWARD WINNER 
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 

SE CANCER SOCIETY CALLS FOR HALT TO TOBACCO AD? 
SWIM FOR LIFE SCHEDULED AT UNC 
DENNARD WINS FIGHT WITH CANCEL 
FRESHSTART HELPS SMOKERS QUIT 
SMOKEOUT CUTS SMOKING. STUOY INDICATES 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, DURHAM CHAPTER 

CANCER SOCIETY SCHEDULES JAIL-A-THON 
INCARCERATION FIGHTS CANCER 
CANCER SOCIETY GOLF TOURNEY IS APRIL 7 
STUDENTS HAVE TEACHER 'ARRESTED' 
CANCER STUDY SEEKS '82 VOLUNTEERS 
DENNARD TO SPEAK AT CANCER MEETING 
CANCER SOCIETY SETS AGENOA 
SMOKEOUT COMES TO DURHAM 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, N.C. DIVISION 

INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ABOUT CANCER 
CANCER CONFERENCE SLATED FOR SEPT. 11-12 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, ORANGE COUNTY CHAPTER 

JAIL-A-THON IN ORANGE OPENS IN UNIVERSITY MALL 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 

BIGHAM HEADS CHEMICAL UNIT 
OURHAM CHEMIST SECRETARY OF GROUP 
AREA CHEMISTS PLAN MEETING 
DUKE PROFESSOR EARNS HONOR 

AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 
SEE ALSO CIVIL RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO N.C. CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

PANEL DEBATES N.C.'S NEW OBSCENITY LAW ,„„„...,-, 

COALITION SEEKS END TO TAX BENEFITS FOR LEAF COMPANIES 

INGRATITUOE OR IGNORANCE 

MEODLING IN THE BEGINNING 

SATIRE WAS DISINFORMATION 

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS , .„,,.,,„ 

UNC PROF GETS COLLEGE OF SURGEONS FELLOWSHIP 
5 DURHAM DOCTORS IN SURGEONS GROUP 

AMERICAN COLLEGE TESTING PROGRAM 

NCAA TO CLEAR AIR ON PROPOSITION 48 NEXT WEEK 

AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE UNION 

CONSERVATIVE UNION RATES HOUSE, SENATE 

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

NO ACTION TAKEN ON ATHLETICS PROPOSAL 
FRIDAY TO HEAD EDUCATION COMMISSION 

AMERiCA^DANCE^FESTIVAL ^ f ^ ^ RlCM 04f)Ce FE5TIV4L 

SEE ALSO THE NEXT STEP... (DURHAM SUN COLUMN! 

SEE ALSO N.C. CHOREOGRAPHY PROJECT 

SEE ALSO SAMUEL H. SCRIPPS AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL AWARO 

125,000 OONATEO 10 DANCE FESTIVAL 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRANTS 

DANCE GALA 

IT was Two-way 'changing of guard 1 

DUNHAM TO RECEIVE OANCE FESTIVAL AWARD 

ORIENTAL TOUCHES FOR DANCE . FES T 1 VAL 

AOF ANNOUNCES LINEUP 

ADF ANNOUNCES LINEUP . , 

FRANCE TO HONOR DANCE FESTIVAL'S REINHARI 

FRENCH WILL HONOR DANCE FESTIVAL HEAO 

MR. REINHART EARNS HONORS 

DANCE FESTIVAL NEEDS HOME „„__. 

NEW IOEAS EMECGE FOR OLO CIVIC CENTER 

WHAT'S HOT THIS SUM-ER 

•CLASSIC DANCE HAS FESTIVAL REVIVAL 

PANEL: GIVE GROUPS «331,000 ,„„,_„« 

N.C. SYMPHONY PLAYS SUMMERFEST CONCERTS 

•ONWAROS AND SIDEWAYS' 

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE _ -..-„ 

ADF: OLD ANO NEW, EAST AND WEST ON OANCE CARD 

GETTING IN STEP 

LINING UP 

TODAY AT AOF 

TODAY AT AOF 

THE NEXT STEP... 

•GAMES' PLAYS AGAIN AT ADF 

'NATIVE GREEN* 

DANCE SEMINAR PRESERVATION PILOT ..-.,., 

FESTIVAL PUTS BEST FOOT FORWARD WITH CUNNINGHAM 

TODAY AT AOF 

THAT'S DANCING 

SALUTING AND SAMPLING THE 1986 OANCE FESTIVAL 

FAMIL°AR T GHOUPS TAKE STAGE FOR OANCE FESTIVAL'S 2ND WEEK 
FRIENOS OF OANCE 

OAVIS' AFRICAN-AMFRICAN DANCE RETURNS IN TRIUMPH _.„...„« 

GAMES CHILDREN PLAY GET SERIOUS TREATMENT FROM OANCE PANELISTS 

ADF TOOAY 

ADF TOOAY 

AN EXHILARATING EVENING 

THE NEXT STEP... 

UNUSUAL OEPTH MARKS DANCE PERFORMANCE 

ADF TODAY 

SUMMER SOLSTICE OANCE TO SEND 'HESSAGF OF PEACE' 

CHOREOGRAPHER SCORES DANCES AS SHE SEES THEM 

AN INSIDE LOOK: TAKE A TOUR OF THE AOF 

OLO KOR c AN, NFW BALLROOM ON DANCE FESTIVAL'S CARD 

AOF TODAY _.„ „ 

'CIRCLE THE EARTH' DANCE WRAPS AUDIENCE 

AOF TOOAY 

BUOOHIST RITUAL ROOTS EVIDENT IN SEUNG-MU 

BALLROOM DANCING IS BACK: AOF GROUP PROVES IT THIS WEEK... 

INSTRUCTORS MUST PRACTICE, TOO 

AOF TODAY 



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6/17/86 C 


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6/19/66 


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6/19/86 


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6/20/86 A 


1 


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6/20/86 


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P N 




S 2 


6/20/86 C 


1 


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871 


H 2 


6/22/86 A 


1 


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6/22/«6 C 


11 


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W66 


H 2 


6/22/86 D 


1 


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6/23/86 A 


1 


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W66 


H 2 


6/23/66 A 


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6/23/86 A 


11 


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L34 


H 2 


6/24/86 A 


1 


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6/24/86 B 


1 


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H 2 


6/25/86 A 


6 


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I 11 


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6/25/86 B 


1 


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F70 


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6/26/86 A 


1 


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MONTHLY/A 



N N U A 
1/01/86 



I N E 
12/31/8 



THE NEXT STEP... 

KOREA SHARES THE WEALTH AS 'LIVING TREASURE 1 PERFORMS 

INCOMPLETE CIRCLE STILL SPINS AS ANNA HALPRIN LEADS RITUAL 

BALLROOM DANCES DONE SPECTACULARLY 

BALLROOM TROUPE GIVES OLD STEPS NEW LIFE 

ADF SUITOR WORRIES DURHAM: OVERTURE FROM RALEIGH HINTS AT BID... 

OFFICIAL: RALEIGH EYEING OANCE FE5T 

OANCE FESTIVAL ACTS FAMILIAR IN FOURTH WEEK 

NEW SUBTLETY REVEALS RIPENING OF CHOREOGRAPHER'S TALENT 

DURHAM SHOULD PROVIOE FESTIVAL PERMANENT HOME 

THE NEXT STEP... 

FIDDLING AROUND WITH THE FAMILIAR 

PILOBOLUS CONTINUES TO FLOURISH 

PIL080LUS OFFERS SAMPLER OF W3RK 

TWO FAMILIAR DANCE GROUPS TAKING NEW DIRECTIONS 

DURHAM, BE WARY OF RALEIGH'S 'GREED' 

EIKO AND KOMA Ex PRESS I ON I S T I C DANCE SILENT AND OH, SO SLOW 

PILOBOLUS PLAYERS FETED INTO THE A.M. 

RALEIGH MAYOR, COUNCIL MEMBERS 'WINDOW SHOP' AT ADF 

SHE CONTINUES TO SPIN OUT DANCES 

SLOW MOVEMENTS ACCUMULATE, CREATE POWERFUL EFFECT 

DANCE POSITIONS AND MOVEMENTS (CARTOONI 

LAURA OEAN'S WORK SHOWS ARTISTIC GROWTH 

LAURA DEAN REJOINS DANCE, MUSIC 

DANCE FESTIVAL BACKERS WANT TO STAY IN CURHAH 

SPELLBOUND BY LAURA DEAN 

DURHAM TOP CHOICE OF DANCE FESTIVAL FOR PERMANENT HOME 

TIME CHANGED FOR START OF DANCE PROGRAM 

REINHART: DANCE FESTIVAL WANTS TO STAY IN DURHAM 

FUTURE, PAST IN DANCE FINALE 

CHOREOGRAPHERS GO FOR THE BIZARRE 

TRIANCLE DANCERS TAP FESTIVAL'S RESOURCES 

CITY LEADERS TOUR FESTIVAL 

OURHAM SHOULD TRY TO KEEP DANCE FESTIVAL 

DANCE FEST GETS PLEOGE OF SUPPORT 

HOT IIMFS: FOREIGN OANCEMAKERS DRAWN TO ADF FLAME 

DANCE INDONESIA: THE LAST STEP 

YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS, MUSICIANS SHOW PROMISE 

DANCE FESTIVAL CLOSING WITH FAR EAST TROUPE 

DANCE INDONESIA DELIGHTS AUDIENCE 

DANCERS SAY PROGRAM IS INTENSE, OEMANDING. FUN 

HOME-GROWN OANCE FLOURISHES AT ADF 

AFTER 'TOP-NOTCH' YEAR, ADF LOOKS TOWARD THE EAST 

ADF '86: EXHILARATION, CONFUSION ANO QUESTION 

RECALL EFFORT HYPOCRITICAL 

CHANGES NOTED AT ADF 

ADF HEADS FOR JAPAN 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL ABROAD 

ADF TOKYO 

ADF GROUP KICKS OFF MFMBERSHIP DRIVE 

•STARTLING" TROUPE TO BE AT FESTIVAL 

JAZZMAN HEATH PLAYS NCCU FRIDAY 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, AWARDS 

DUNHAM TO RECEIVE OANCE FESTIVAL AWARD 

SCRIPPS WINNER NAMED 

AWARD TO CHOREOGRAPHER DUNHAM LAUNCHES FESTIVAL AT DUKE TODAY 

DANCE FESTIVAL AWARD HONORS DR. DUNHAM 

DANCE FESTIVAL PAYS TRIBUTE ITJ MS. OUNHAM 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, BUDGET 

ARTS GROUPS SEEKING CITY FUNDS 

CITY BUDGET HOLDS TAXES, HIKES WATER-SEWER COSTS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, DOCENTS 

AN INSIDE LOOK: TAKE A TOUR OF THE AOF 
RECALLING BENNINGTON 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, GIFTS ANO FUND RAISING 
ADF HITS MATCHING GOAL 

OANCE FESTIVAL RAISES FUNDS FOR ENDOWMENT 
SOUTH SOUARE, ARTSCHOOL HALLOWEEN HOSTS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, GRANTS 

S25.000 DONATED TO OANCE FESTIVAL 

DANCE FESTIVAL RECEIVES GRANT 

WUNC GETS BENNETT 'AIRES' FOR BIRTHOAY 

DANCE FESTIVAL GETS GRANT OF $25,000 

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES GRANTS FOR SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS 

3 DURHAM GROUPS GET GRANTS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, HEADQUARTERS 
CITY LEADERS TOUR FESTIVAL 

DURHAM SHOULD TRY TO KEEP DANCE FESTIVAL 
3 COUNCILMEN, MAYOR PLEDGE FESTIVAL SUPPORT 
DANCE FEST GETS PLEOGE OF SUPPORT 
LET'S MOVE MOUNTAINS TO KEEP ON OANCING 
DURHAM SHOULD REMEMBER HOW N .C . SYMPHONY WAS LOST 
HOW RALEIGH GOT THE SYMPHONY ORCH c STRA 
COULD TOBACCO PLANT HOUSE DANCE FESTIVAL? 

AMERICAN OANCE FESTIVAL'S CHOREOGRAPHERS C COMPOSERS WORKSHOP FOR YOUNG. 
SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 
NEW WORKS SHOWCASEO 
FUTURE, PAST IN DANCE FINALE 
CHOREOGRAPHERS GO FOR THE BIZARRE 
TRIANGLE DANCERS TAP FESTIVAL'S RESOURCES 
YOUNG CHOREOGRAPHERS, MUSICIANS SHOW PROMISE 
OANCERS SAY PROGRAM IS INTENSE, DEMANDING, FUN 

AMERICAN DANCE GUILD 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
ERDMAN HONORED 

AMERICAN EAGLE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN AIRLINES 

AIRLINES' COMMUTER OFFICE MOVING TO AREA 

COMMUTER MOVING TO RDU 

AMERICAN EAGLE PLANS 80 FLIGHTS DAILY FROM RDU 

AMERICAN TO OPEN RDU TERMINAL EARLY 

AMERICAN AIRLINES WILL OPEN RDU HUB MONTH AHEAD OF PLAN 

WHERE AMERICAN, EAGLE WILL SERVE FROM RALEIGH-DURHAM 

AMERICAN EAGLE COINS 
SEE ALSO GOLD COINS 

AMERICAN GOLD COIN HAS MONETARY APPEAL 
NEW GOLD COINS SELL WELL IN N. C . 
WARNING ISSUED ON GOLD COIN PRICES 

AMERICAN EOUCATION WEEK 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK IN ACTION 
CLASSES IN THE ROUND 
A BLITZ ON MAYOR AT GEORGE WATTS 
STUDENTS GOING TO SCHOOL IN MALL 
LEARNING AT THE HALL 



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7/14/86 
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11/13/86 C 

11/19/86 A 

11/19/86 A 

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'MODEL* FOR REFORM 



AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 

SEE ALSO PROJECT HOMETOWN AMERICA 
CENTER TO OPEN TOOAY 

AMERICAN EXPRESS OPEN TRIAD CENTER „_„ ..,, 

THE STRESS OF WORK CAN UNOERMINE HEALTH OF EXECUTIVES ANO SECRETARIES 
AMERICAN EXPRESS AIDS PRISON PROJECT 
PAIR AWAROED S84.400 IN COLLECTION AGENCY SUIT 
AMERICAN EXPRESS MAY BUY CHARLOTTE COMPANY 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO AMALGAMATED CLOTHING ANO TEXTILE WORKERS UNION 
SEE ALSO N.C. AFL-CIO 

UNION TARGETING THREE FOOO CHAINS 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE. COUNTY ANO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. EMPLOYEES AND STAFF 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. CITY EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 

PUBLIC-WORKER UNION ASKS TREY»U»N STUDY 

UNION, WATER SUPERVISORS TO STUDY JOB-BIAS CLAIMS 

GULLEY BACKERS CHARGE OECEIT, HARASSMFNT 

DRIVE UNDER WAY TO PUT UNION LABEL ON DURHAM 

UNIONS MOUNT OURHAM DRIVE 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C 

MAY 22 RECEPTION SET FOR SHAWER 

BENNETT CALLS GOVERNORS' REPORT ON EDUCATION 

AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN STUDENTS 
EXCHANGING MEMORIES 
EXCHANGING SNAPSHOTS 

AMERICAN FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL 
SEE FOLK LIFE FFSTIVAL 

AMERICAN FOOTBALL TEAM INC. 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO PRO FOOTBALL „ . 

USFL FOUNDER GETS REAOY TO LAUNCH A NEW LEAGUE 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION 

HEART GROUP: BAN SMOKING AT SCHOOL 

HEART FESTIVAL SET 

DANCE BENEFIT TODAY FOR HEART ASSOCIATION 

HEART GROUP NEEDS MONEY FOR BUILOING ,.„..,, 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OPFNS 11. 1 MILLION 3UILDING 

HEART ASSOCIATION OFFICES HOLD OPENING CEREMONIES 

TURKEY WALK SET 

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION. DURHAM CHAPTER 

HEART ASSOCIATION'S SECOND 'TURKEY WALK' SUNDAY 
GOOD FOR THE HEART 
WALKING FOR BETTER HEARTS 

AMERIC SUpVe«E F COUp!? U oJue£s R ?RIAL IN HOLLEY FAMILY'S BRAIN DAMAGE LAWSUIT 

AMERICAN HOSPITAL SUPPLY CORP. .._...», 

OUKE MEDICAL SCHOOL GETS SI. 6 MILLION BEQUEST 

'^ST^AL^VrloMptNIET ,SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC OIL COMPANIES! 
SEE ALSO SAUOI ARABIA 
SPEAKING OF OUTRAGE... 

AMERICAN 1NTERCULTURAL STUDENT EXCHANGE 

HOST FAMILIES NEEDED FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS 

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL (FURNITURE STORE! 

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GETS HONORS FOR RENOVATION 
FIRM GETS AWARD 

AMERICA^IRON^N^STEE^INSTITyTE .^ ^ ^^ ^ REGUL „ I0N 0E9ATE 

AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB 
SEE ALSO OOGS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM KENNEL CLUB 

AKC TO MOVE SOME OFFICES TO DURHAM 

AMERICAN LEGION 

MUSIC FOR A MEMORIAL 

AMERICAN LEGION, POST 7 
POOL WINNERS 

AMERICAN LEGION PLANS POKER TOURNEY -,,.„.., c 

LEGION POST 7 KEEPS PATRIOTIC FIRES BURNING FOR DURHAM WAR VETERANS 
THANKS GIVEN FOR NEWS COVERA&F 
LEGION'S MEMORIAL CEREMONY SET FRIOAY 
LEGION LEAOERS 

LEGION WANTS MONUMENT FOR VETERANS 
MEMORIAL APPROPRIATE 
VETERANS PLAN MEMORIAL 
SAKTER AWARD WINNER 

AMERICAN LENDERS SERVICE COMPANY 
SEE ALSO REPOSSESSION 

HOT-WIRING CARS 'REPO' MAN'S TRICK 

AMERICAN LINCOLN HOMES , ,.»„ ,„„,„ 

BATTLEBORO COMPANY OPPOSES BRICKBATS OF N.C TRADE GROUP 

AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO LUNG DISEASES 

PLAYMAKERS WILL BENEFIT FROM AUCTION 

AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION 

BBB: BOAT OFFER MAY BE BUGUS 

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 

LEAF INDUSTRY GOT AMA HELP 22 YEARS AGO 

DOCUMENTS SHOW YOUNG SMOKERS TARGETS OF AOS BY TOBACCO FIRM 

•QUACKERY' BILL WOULD CAUSE HARASSMENT 

AMA DELFG'TES CONSIDER JET SM1KINC. BAN 

DOCTORS ASK MEDICAL ASSOCIATION TO STEP UP ASSAULT ON TOBACCO 

AMA MOVES ON MEOICARE. SMOKING 

BAN ON TOBACCO ADS CONSIDERED 

PROPOSED HYPOCRISY 



7 


1/09/86 


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1/12/86 


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3/09/86 


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4/16/86 


(. 


I? 




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7/31/86 


H 


1 




2 


11/16/86 


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H 2 7/03/86 A 18 



S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



H 3 
H 2 



S 2 
S 2 



2/24/36 C 
7/09/86 C 
7/28/86 A 
8/02/86 C 
6/02/B6 A 



1 N M06 

1 P N B35 

10 N 385 

1 P N ASA 

3 N 



5/15/86 B 1 
8/25/86 A 1 



6/28/86 A 
7/01/86 B 



F70 
T37 



H 2 10/22/86 D 



H 2 5/18/86 C 



S 1 


7/16/86 C 


1 


N 




H ? 


8/09/86 C 


2 


N 




H \ 


8/13/R6 C 


1 


N 




H 3 


10/25/B6 C 


1 


N 


K65 


S ? 


10/25/86 C 


/ 


N 




S 2 


11/05/86 C 


14 


N 





H 2 11/08/86 A 13 N 

S 2 11/10/86 C 1 P P R76 

H 2 11/18/86 A A L 



H 2 10/08/86 C 8 N 

H 2 11/29/86 A 5 N 060 



H 2 2/03/86 A A L 
H 2 2/08/86 B 1 N 



H 2 6/22/86 F 1 P N 

S 2 6/25/86 C 9 P P K30 



H 2 10/16/86 C 6 N M97 



S 2 7/21/86 A 1 N M06 
H 2 9/15/86 A 4 E 



S 2 2/0A/66 C 3 P P L20 

S2 2/12/86C 3 H 

H 2 2/16/86 B I P U L57 

S 2 A/15/86 A 4 L 

H 2 5/28/86 C 12 N 

H 2 7/24/86 B 6 P P L20 

H 2 7/25/86 B 1 N W36 

H 2 7/30/86 A 4 E 

H 2 9/24/86 A 4 L 

H 2 11/12/B6 A 4 L 



H 2 1/05/86 B 9 N 

H 2 3/31/86 C 2 N 

H 2 3/25/86 B 2 P U H45 

S 2 8/21/86 C 1 N U82 



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4 


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H 2 


3/14/86 A 


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H 2 


6/15/86 A 


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6/17/86 A 


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MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



S U B J E 



DEREGULATION, MERGERS ADDING VOLATILITY TO UTILITY STOCKS 

AMERICAN MEDICAL INTERNATIONAL 

FIRM OFFERS MEDICAL AID AT SPORTS EVENTS 

AMERICAN MINOR BREEDS CONSERVANCY 
SEE ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 
SEE ALSO FARMERS. U.S. 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

MANY FARM ANIMALS, ONCE COMMON, FACING EXTINCTION 

GROUP WORKS TO PRESERVE RARE BREEDS OF LIVESTOCK 

AMERICAN MISO CO. 
SEE ALSO MISO 

MISO: A NEW SOYBEAN FOOD PRODUCT IS JOINING THE NATURAL FOOOS ARENA 

AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATIONAL HISTORY 
SEE ALSO MUSEUMS, U.S. 

DUKE STUDENT RECEIVES GRANT 

AMERICAN NATURAL FOOD, INC. (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.I 

MISO: A NEW SOYBEAN FOOD PRODUCT IS JOINING THE NATURAL FOODS ARENA 

AMERICAN NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 

SEE ALSO BLACK COLLEGES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION, COSTS 

NABISCO COMPLETES PLEDGE TO UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 

AMFRICAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 
WHEN JOURNALISTS UNITE... 

AMERICAN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 
THERAPY GROUP SEEKS RECRUITS 

AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION 

STRATEGISTS SAY N.C. RACES FOB U.S. HOUSE KEY 

AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 

BLEAK DWELLING COMES ALIVE WITH CHATTER, 

AMERICAN PUBLIC RADIO 
SEE ALSO RADIO 

HAPPY BIRTHOAY, MR. BECKETT 

AMERICAN REO CROSS 

SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 
SEE ALSO FL00DM08ILE 

RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS ATTEND CAMP REUNION 

RED CROSS OFFERS VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES 

RUMORS ABOUT AIDS CONTINUE TO HAMPER COLLECTION OF BLOOO 

BLOOD STILL NEEDED 

COUNTY FIRMS EXPANDING; ONE HEADING FOR CITY 

AMERICAN REO CROSS, CHAPEL HI LL/C ARRPORO 

RED CROSS SEEKING DISASTER VOLUNTEERS 



GARBAGE BAGS 



AMERICAN RED CROSS, D 
SEE ALSO 5WIM-A-CR 
THE LIFE-GIVING 
BROCHURES AVAILA 
97 INSTITUTE WOP 
DRIVER OF THE YE 
REO CROSS CHAPTE 
NEW OFFICERS 
RED CROSS ELECTS 
POLICE OEPARTMEN 
HE'S A VETERAN V 
CERTIFICATE OF M 
JOIN THE BULLS I 
REO CROSS SEEKIN 
RED CROSS SEEKS 
REO CROSS TEACHE 
BLOOO DRIVE IS J 
DURHAM REO CROSS 
DURHAM PED CROSS 
FOR WANT OF TECH 
RED CROSS CLEANU 
OUKE, RED CROSS 
REO CROSS ASKING 
REO CROSS OFFICI 
HOLIOAYS LEAVE R 



URHAM COUNTY 

OSS 

RESOLUTION 

BLE 

KERS SCORN AIDS MISINFORMATION, DONATE BLOOD 

AR 

R SCHEDULES 69TH ANNUAL MEETING 

OFFICERS 
T INVITING COMMUNITY TO BLOOD DRIVE 
OLUNTEER 
ERIT 

N THE WINNER'S CIRCLE BY OONATING BLOOO... (A 
G NURSES TO LEAD CLASS 
STUOENT VOLUNTEERS 
S BABY-SITTING 
UNE 2 3 

HONORS SUMMER YOUTH VOLUNTEERS 

AIDS OUAKE VICTIMS 
NIOUE, PEOPLE HAVE DIED 
P 
TESTING MACHINE TO ANALYZE BLOOO 

FOR GIFT OF BLOOD 
ALS ASK MORE BLOOD DONATIONS 
ED CROSS SHORT ON BLOOD 



AMERICAN RED CROSS. N.C. ANO S.C. 

TYPE NEGATIVE BLOOD NEEDED BY N.C. RED CROSS 

RED CROSS TO ALLOW PATIENTS TO DESIGNATE BLOOD DONORS 

MORE DIRECTED BLOOD DONATIONS ALLOWED 

RED CROSS ADDS OFFERINGS 

RED CROSS BEGINS NEW BLOOO TEST TO REDUCE HEPATITIS 

NEW PROGRAM ADOPTED BY RED CROSS GROUP 

AMERICAN RESORT MANAGEMENT CORP. 
SEE ALSO RESORTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO RESORTS, U.S. 

CONOO OWNERS WAITING FOR CHECKS 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, OUKE CHAPTER 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING 
OUKE PROF: ROBOTS TO GET ROUGH JOBS 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEWSPAPER EDITORS 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 

OIL PRICE OIP SHOULON'T DETER CONSERVATION 

AMERICAN TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC. 

REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. DISPUTES CLAIMS 

AMERICAN TECHNOLOGY ANO INFORMATION IDENVER, COLORAOOI 

COLORAOC FIRM TO CARRY SATELLITE STATIONS IN TRIANGLE 
MICROWAVE TV STATION PLANNED 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

SEE ALSO ATCT COMMUNICATIONS OF THE SOUTHERN STATES, INC. 

SEE ALSO TELEPHONES, U.S. 

ATCT EXHIBIT TO BE IN OURHAM 

■INVISIBLE FORCE' PERMEATES MUSEUM'S HIGH-TECH ART 

ROSE, COLLEAGUE CRITICIZED ON CONTRACT 

GTE: RATE HIKE NEEDEO TC FEND OFF ATCT 

AGENCY SEEKS REDUCTION IN ATCT LONG-0 I STANC E RATES 

PHONE FIRM NOTIFIES CUSTOMERS ABOUT LONG-DISTANCE DECISION 

LONG-DISTANCE OPTIONS COMING TO DURHAM AUG. 23 

TOLL CALLS DISRUPTED FOUR TIMES IN TWO DAYS 

GET: ATCT SOURCE OF OlALING TROUBLE 



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H 2 1/30/86 C 1 P F C80 

S 2 8/12/86 A 8 N 

H 2 1/30/86 C 1 P F CBO 

S 2 11/17/86 C 3 N 

H 2 9/26/86 A 4 E 

S 2 4/21/86 A 12 N 

S 2 10/01/86 A ? N 

H 2 12/25/86 A 1 P G P38 

H 2 4/11/86 D 1 P F W66 



S 2 


1/22/86 


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4 




N 




H 2 


4/19/86 


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H 2 


6/27/86 


A 


20 




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S 2 


9/04/86 


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S 2 


10/23/86 


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5/25/86 


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1/04/86 


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1/09/86 


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2/25/86 


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T37 


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3/11/86 


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3/19/86 


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3/20/86 


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3/24/86 


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4/27/86 


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5/21/86 


c 


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K30 


S 2 


5/27/86 


B 


12 




A 




S 2 


5/28/86 


c 


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S 2 


5/30/86 


A 


6 




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S 2 


6/14/86 


A 


5 


p 


F 


S27 


S 2 


6/17/86 


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S 2 


9/17/B6 


B 


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S27 


S 2 


10/07/86 


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H 2 


10/12/86 


A 


1 


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P38 


H 2 


11/09/86 


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K30 


H 2 


1 1/12/86 


A 


12 




N 


D80 


H 2 


12/17/86 


c 


4 




N 




S 2 


12/20/86 


a 


1 




N 




S 2 


12/30/86 


c 


I 




N 


M06 


H 2 


8/27/86 


B 


6 




N 




H 2 


9/16/86 


c 


4 




N 




S 2 


9/17/86 


A 


9 




N 




S 2 


10/01/86 


A 


7 




N 




H 2 


10/09/86 


c 


10 




N 




H 2 


10/09/86 


C 


in 




N 





H 2 11/16/86 C 



N 



S 2 12/11/86 A 1 P N 
E 



S 2 4/15/86 A 4 
H 2 7/18/86 B 5 



N 



H 2 4/22/86 B 4 N L4t 
S 2 4/22/86 C 1 »l W82 



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1/16/86 


r 


4 


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1/24/86 


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1 1 \ 


H 


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1/29/86 


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2/21/86 


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1 


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W82 


H 


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3/15/86 


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S 


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4/09/86 


A 


1 


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WH/ 


H 


? 


4/10/86 


A 


22 


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1 41 


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? 


4/10/86 


A 


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N 




s 


2 


4/10/86 


C 


1 


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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



"AGE 36 
1/09/87 



CENTEL: PROBLEMS NOT COMPANY'S FAULT 

GTE. ATCT THINK CALLING HOES TVER 

PHONE PROBLEMS "AY HE SOLVE? 

LONG-DISTANCE PHONE PROBLEMS REPORTED 

SOUTHERN BELL SAYS PHONE COSTS DOWN 

HEARING SET FOR JULY 23 ON TELEPHONE RATE HIKE 

PHONE COMPANY SENDS MANAGERS TO AID N.C. 

WORKERS WANT OUICK END TO STRIKE 

ATCT FIELDS CALLS AT NEAR NORMAL SPEED IN STATE 

GTE: LOCAL PHONE SERVICE NOT AFFECTEO flv ATCT STRIKE 

ATCT HOPES MEDIATOR CAN END STRIKE 

TRIANGLF J JOINS ORANGE PHONE STUDY 

ATCT STRIKERS MIGHT RETURN TO DIFFERENT JOBS 

BOARD HANTS PHONE SERVICE CHEtKEO 

ACTOR DIALS WRONG NUMBEF ON FIRST FLIGHT 

GOVERNMENT LOWERS RETURN RATE FOR ATCT INTERSTATE OPERATIONS 

•EQUAL ACCESS' FOR PHONE USERS °EGINS 

FEW QUIRKS HINOER NEW 'EQUAL ACCESS' 

COBLE ANNOUNCES 13". MILLION ATCT CONTRACT 

ATCT TO LAY OFF 350 Wl NS TON-SA LEM WORKERS 

ATCT TO REDUCE LONG-DISTANCE RATES WITHIN N.C. 

AMERICAN TEXTILE MANUFACTURERS INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

TAX CHANGES MAY HURT TEXTILES BUT HELP TOBACCO 







S I 


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N 6 




E L 


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OATE 


C PG L 


P 


Atl 


H 3 


4/1 1/B6 


B 1 


N 




s / 


4/14/66 


C 1 


N 


WH/ 


h r 


4/15/36 


A 12 


N 




H / 


4/22/"6 


B A 


N 




H 1 


5/17/86 


C 2 


N 




s ? 


5/26/86 


A 1 


N 


MU6 


S 7 


6/02/86 


A 1 


N 




H ? 


6/03/86 


A 1 


N 




H / 


6/04/86 


A 9 


N 




S ? 


6/04/B6 


A 2 


H 


S (' 


H / 


6/10/86 


A 9 


N 




s 7 


6/26/86 


A 1 


N 


WH/ 


S 7 


6/27/86 


A 11 


N 




H \ 


7/08/86 


C 4 


N 




s 7 


7/15/96 


A A 


F 




H / 


8/08/B6 


A 20 


N 




s 7 


8/23/86 


B 1 


N 


WH' 


S 2 


6/25/86 


A I 


N 


WH/ 


H 1 


10/10/86 


B 1 


N 




H 2 


12/07/86 


C 10 


N 




H 2 


12/24/86 


B 3 


N 





8/21/86 B 8 



AMERICAN THREAD CO. 

154 MILLION IN AIO WENT TO STJDENTS IN 



'85 FROM N.C. COLLEGE FOUNDATION H 2 7/13/86 10 P U L41 



AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 
LEDGE WORK 

CLEAN UP THE CREEK THROUGH FOREST HILLS 
IS AMERICAN TOBACCO A SPIN-OFF CANOIOATE? 
DEMAND UP 46t FOR DURHAM-MADE LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS 
MAN CHARGED WITH SCALES THEFT FROM AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 

■RIGHT TO KNOW: "URHAM CHEMICAL. TOXINS LAW HAILED AS MODEL FOR STATE 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

63 EARLY RETIREES FILE SUIT AGAINST AMERICAN TOBACCO 
AMERICAN TOBACCO TO CLOSE 

TOBACCO COMPANY HAS DEEP ROOTS IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 
E"PLOYERS SHOCKEO. CONFUSED OVER AMERICAN'S PLANS TO CLOSF 
HIGH WAGES MAY HURT EFFORTS OF LEAF WORKERS TO FIND NEW JOBS 
STATEMENT TO WORKERS 
AS IT LOOKED 

UNION LEADER: DECISION MIT LIKE TON OF BRICKS 

AMERICAN TOBACCO WRITES ITS LAST CHAPTER IN DURHAM'S HI5T0RY 
AN AMERICAN WORKER: IT'S LIKE A DEATH IN THE FAMILY 
PLANT CCULD HAVE A FUTURE. OEVELOPER SAYS 
AMERICAN TOBACCO... ITS PROPERTY AND TAXES 
DURHAM FACTORIES ONCE RULED TDB«CCO WORLD 
SHUTDOWN NOT A "AJCR BLOW TO CITY — L'JGER 
DURHAM SHOULD GIVE WORKERS HELPING HAND 
REIDSVULE (CARTOON) 
WORKERS FACE LOWER-PAYING JOBS 
STATEMENT GIVEN EMPLOYEES 

PLANT'S CLOSING WON'T AFFECT HIS RESTAURANT, NANCE SAYS 
CLOSING TO CUT CITY. COUNTY TAX REVENUES 
MAYOR: CITY ECONOMY WILL SURVIVE AMERICAN CLOSING 
AMERICAN, UNION LEAOERS ARE DISCUSSING SHUTDOWN 
REIDSVILLE WELCOMES LEAF DECISION 
DURHAM WILL LOSE BIG PIECE OF ITS HISTORY 
AMERICAN'S CLOSING MAY NIP NEIGHBORS 
CLEARING THE PECOPD 

GULLEY DISCUSSES SHUTDOWN'S EFFECTS 
OUKE WILL REMAIN AMERICAN LEGACY 
MAYOR TELLS COUNCIL OELAY AMERICAN REACT 
INSIDE 

SHOCK WAVES FROM CLOSING WILL SUBSIDE INTO A RIPPLE 
COULO TOBACCO PLANT HOUSE DANCE FESTIVAL? 

...A HUGE. EMPTY BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM... ICARTOONI 
EXPERTS SAY CIGARETTE INDUSTRY IS CHANGING TO MEET ITS NEEDS 
DURHAM CLOSINGS CHANGE LIVES 
GULLEY: UNIONS NEEO UNITY 
THE DAILY CONSTITUTIONAL 
AMERICAN GOOD FOR RETAIL. NOT CENTER 
TOBACCO PLANT SEEMS IDEAL AS CIVIC CENTER 
DON'T MOVE CIVIC CENTER 
AMERICAN, UNION DEFER TALKS 

AMERICAN, UNION OISCUSS TIMING OF PLANT SHUTDOWN 
FORTUNE STARTEO WITH 50 CENTS 

HOW WILL DURHAM WEATHER ITS BUSINFSS TREMORS? 
WORKERS AT AMERICAN TO °EGIN "OVE 
DON'T RELAX RELOCATION EFFORTS FOR EMPLOYEES 
AMERICAN BRANDS REPORTS SALES UP 
GULLEY SURPRISED AT SALE 
LCM IN DECLINE SINCE 1913 

LCM SALE GOOD NEWS FOR ITS WORKERS, CITY 
DON'T FORGET AMERICAN'S HISTORY 
CHAMPION OF RIGHTS HONOREO 

NAACP HONORS LABOR ACTIVIST AT FUND DINNER 
AMERICAN TOBACCO WORKERS MAY SET UP OWN BUSINESS 
CIGARETTE COMPANIES FACE STRUGGLE 
JOBLESS RATF IN DURHAM REACHES 4t 



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S FORMER DURHAM RESIOENT 

UIT AGAINST AMERICAN TOBACCO 

SEO OVER AMERICAN'S PLANS TO CLOSF 



IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 
THE FAMILY 



ITS LAST CHAPTER 

LIKE A DEATH IN 
G JOBS 
S 

EGIN MOVE 

DED FOR AMERICAN PLANT IN REIDSVILLE 
FFORTS FOP EMPLOYEES 
ES PRAISED FOR UNITED WAY GIFTS 
DESPITE ADVERSITY 

AMERI CAN WORKERS 

MAY SET UP JWN BUSINESS 
PAY CUTS LOOM 

BEGIN TRANSFER TO REIDSVILLE 

MAKE UNITED WAY WORK 



AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 
BUSINESS BRIEFING 



AMERICAN TOBACCO INSTITUTE 

SEE TOBACCO INSTITUTE (WASHINGTON. 



D.C. I 



AMERICAN TRAVEL CORPORATION 
SEE ALSO TRAVEL, U.S. 

CONCORDE JET TO JOIN R DU CELEBRATION OF TRAVEL AuENCY 

ROU AIRPORT NEARLY READY FOR CONCORDE 

WHERE TO SEE THE CONCOROE 

AMERICAN TRAVEL TO HOST 2ND CONCORDE VISIT 



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1/01/66 - 12/31/R6 1/09/87 

CONCORDE TO RETURN IN JULY 

AMERICAN UNIV. 

INSTRUSION FROM CONGRESSMEN 

AMERICAN VILLAGE 

SONGS OF THE SEASON 

AMERICAN WOMAN (VIDEO) 
SEE ALSO MAGAZINES 

•MAGAZINE' ON TAPE GETTING MARKET TEST IN DURHAM, RALEIGH 

AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS 

SEE PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS 

AMERICA'S 400TH ANNIVERSARY COMMIT'EE 

SEE ALSO N.C., OUADRICENTFNNIAL 

PLAYERS GROUP PULLS IT OFF 

AMERICA'S CUP 

BRING BACK THE CUP 

AMICI OELLA MUSICA 

SEE ALSO CHAMBER MUSIC 

DURHAM CHAMBER MUSIC GROUP TO DEBUT TONIGHT 

AFTER GOOD START, WHAT'S NEXT FOR AMICI ENSEMBLF? 

AMILORIOE 

SEE ALSP DRUGS 

UNC DEVELOPING TREATMENT FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS 

AMI SH 

SEE ALSO MORAVIANS 

EX-NEIGHBOR TERMS AM1SH MODEST FOLK 

SMALL AMISH COMMUNITY THRIVES IN YADKIN COUNTY 

AMITAL INC. 

120 MILLION YARN PLANT PLANNEO IN NEW BERN 

AMMONIA GAS 

AMMONIA LEAK FD"CES EVACUATION 

AMMONIA LEAK IN NEW BERN SENDS 17 PEOPLE TO HOSPITAL 

PROBE IS SOUGHT OF AMMONIA LEAK 

AMMUNITION 

SEE ALSO GUNS 

MILITARY AMMO ON STREETS IS RARE, CIVILIAN OFFICIALS SAY 

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO DRAFT RESISTERS 
SEE ALSO HUMAN R IGHTS 

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL WON'T CELEBRATE YET H 2 6/15/86 C 1 P N H95 

AMNESTY OFFICIAL: LETTERS HELP TORTURED POLITICAL PRISONERS H 2 11/10/86 B 1 P N W27 

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, DUKE-DURHAM CHAPTER 

PROFESSOR FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO DISCUSS DETENTION, TORTURE S 2 5/16/86 A 6 N 

AMOS AND ANDY I OURHAM HOT DOG CAFEI 

HOTOOG STANO TOOK COMEDIANS' NAMES H 2 7/20/86 C 1 P II L57 

AMOS AND ANOY SHOW 

HOTDOG STANO TOOK COMEOIANS' NAMES H 2 7/20/86 C 1 P U L57 

AMPHETAMINE 

SEE ALSO ORUGS 

MEDICAL BOARD REVERSES RULING ON DOCTOR'S AMPHETAMINE USE H 2 4/04/86 A 13 N 

AMPUTATION 

MAN'S HAND SEVERED DURING ARGUMENT u , 11/10/86 All u 

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

THIEVES TAKE ANTIQUE RIFLES FROM HOME S § 11/11/86 CI N 

AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS 

•SKIPPER' BOWLES, N.C. LEADER, DIES H 2 9/09/R6 A 1 P N 

£?TES; S r B J T ! L £ "* INSPIRATION TO WESTERN CAROLINA PLAYERS H 2 10/07/86 B 2 P N 

WATERS SEEKING ANSWERS FROM NFL ON ALS OUTBREAK S | 12/14/86 B 9 P N 

ANDES MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO MOUNTAINS 

ANOES MUSIC GROUP TO PERFORM AT ELON COLLEGE H 2 10/04/86 B 4 N 

ANOREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION 

S25.000 DDNAIEO TO DANCE FESTIVAL H 2 1/27/86 B 7 N 

DANCE FESTIVAL GETS GRANT OF «25,000 S 2 1/21/86 A 5 N 

DUKE FORESTRY SCHOOL GETS AWARD | 1 11/26/86 CI N 

FORESTRY SCHOOL GFTS S375.000 GPANI „ i 11/37/86 B 9 U nm 

OUKE'S TALENT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM GETS M50.000 GRANT H 2 2/16/86 CI 2 N 080 

GRANT S T0"t^ T MNr R0G sr J !:nSr{ S ,1S °'°°° '"W S 2 12/16/86 A I N 

GKANI 10 AID UNC, SCHOOLS H 7 12/18/86 B 1? N 

MELLON FOUNDATION PRESENTS UNC WRITING, LANGUAGE GRANT 5 2 12/30/86 A 5 N 

ANDY GPIFFITH SHOW 

SEE ALSO RETURN TO MAYBERRY 

•MAYBERRY' RETURN PUTS CLUB IN HEAVEN H 2 4/12/86 C 2 N 

N.C. MAN NOT HAPPY WITH ANDY'S MAKEUP H 2 4/12/86 C 2 N 

ANESTHESIA 

NEW DRUG MAY REPLACE VALIUM I'l SURGERY, DUKE DOCTOR SAYS H 2 3/07/86 C 5 N 080 

2!2 4 Iiy,£„? ''' i T 0UKE MED CENTER TO Bt USED NATIONWIDE IN SURGERY S 2 3/10/8? B 5 N 

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SUPREME COURT ORDERS TRIAL IN HOLLEY FAMILY'S BRMN DAMAGE LAWSUIT """" H 7 10/08/86 C 



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ANGEL TREE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, DURHAM 

ANGEL TREE PROJECT FINDS SANTA FQR CHILOREN OF PRISON INMATES H 2 12/15/86 



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ANGER 

•ME VS. THEM': DUKE, UNC RESEARCHERS LINK M I STRUST. . . WI TH HEART DISEASE S 2 12/20/86 
ANGIFR AVE. 

PANEL OKS CONCRETE-FIRM PLAN FOR PLANT ON ANGIER AVENUE S 2 4/02/86 C 1 P N M69 

ANGIER B. DUKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS ISEE ALSD NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS! 

i5 5?SD°ENn L w;N HS SC T H S nL°^lH?^ a4RSHIP H ° P6FULS H \ %',™\% % \ \ 

ANGIER DUKE GYMNASIUM 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMERON STADIUM 

ANGLICANS 

SEE EPISCOPALIANS 

ANGUS BARN IRESTAURANTI 

FIRST UNION: ECONOMY TO GAIN MOMENTUM THIS YEAR H 2 5/11/86 C 11 P U L41 



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ANIMAL ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO DOG ATTACKS 

FUR TO FLY IN LAWSUIT 

DURHAM MAN IS ATTACKED BY GRIZZLY BEAR IN MONTANA 

BLACK BEAR SHOT AFTER ATTACKING BURLINGTON SCOUT 

FOOO OOORS IN TENTS MAY HAVE LURED BEARS 

SCOUT FROM BURLINGTON DESCRIBES BEAR ATTACK 

ACCOUNT OF SCOUT'S DEATH WAS UNFAIR 

ELEPHANT AT N.C. ZOO TOSSES TRAINER AROUND 

ANIMAL BEHAVIOR 

NIGHTSOUNDS: CATCHING THE NOCTURNAL SERENADE AT WEST POINT ON END 
GOOOALL: CHIMPS CAN GIVE HUMANS CH I LO-RF AR I NG TIPS 
DR. GOODALL: MAN SUPREME ■ BUT NOT BY MUCH 

ANIMAL CONTROL 
SEE ANIMALS 
SEE CATS 
SEE DOG CONTROL 
SEE PETS 

ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL SHELTERS 
SEE ALSO ANIMALSi CRUELTY TO 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 
NOSE TO NOSE 
THE ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY'S ADOPT-A-PET 

ANIMAL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 
SEE ALSO HUNTING 

ANIMAL-RIGHTS ADVOCATES SEEK RESEARCH WITHOUT SUFFERING 

SCIENCE WITHOUT ETHICS DEHUMANIZING 

ANIMAL RESEARCH NECESSARY 

FETUS HAS RIGHTS. TOO 

WHY QUESTION SINCERITY 

KUDOS TO ANIMAL LOVERS 

GROUP OPPOSED TO FUR SALES TO PICKET AT NORTHGATE 

ANIMAL SHELTERS 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

WOMAN SENDS HER CATS TO N.C. IN HOPES THEY WILL FIND HOMES 
SOME LUCKY DOGS ANO CATS GETTING HOMES FOR CHRISTMAS 

ANIMAL THEFTS 

SEE ALSO DOGNAPPING 

ANIMAL THEFT RING MAY OPERATE IN STATE 

OPPONENTS OF ANIMAL FIGHTING URGE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ACT 

ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO OOG ATTACKS 

SEE ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 

MOVING DAY NEARS FOR MOST SHACKLEFORD ANIMALS 

ANIMALS, BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE PETS, POPULATION CONTROL 

ANIMALS, CONTROL OF 
SEE DOG CONTROL 

ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, MEOICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY HUMANF SOCIETY 

FAMILY FINOS DOG STABBED WITH FORK 

REDUCE ANIMAL SUFFERING 

WOUNOEO OOG FOUND WANDERING ON UNC CAMPUS 

BAN LEGHOLD TRAPS 

DUKE LAW INSTRUCTOR TO SPEAK AT PROJECT 

WORLD DAY FOR ANIMALS 

ANIMAL-RIGHTS AOVOCATES SEEK RESEARCH WITHOUT SUFFERING 

SCIENCE WITHOUT ETHICS DEHUMANIZING 

ANIMAL RESEARCH NEC6SSAPY 

IN DEFENSE OF AN IMALS 

DEAD ANIMALS RESULT IN 5 CRUELTY CHARGES 

MILAN CHARGED WITH ANIMAL CRUELTY 

OPPONENTS OF ANIMAL FIGHTING URGE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ACT 

PHASE-OUT PLAN TO GET LFAO ISHOTI OUT BY "31 

A POSITIVE STFP 

30-DAY TERM, PROBATION, FINE TROEREO IN CRUELTY CASE 

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS SICKENING EXPERIENCE 

FUR SLAUGHTERS BARBARIC 

FUR TRAPPING IS CRUEL BUSINESS 

FURS: GIFTS OF TORTURE 

MADISON AVENUE SICK JOKE 

THE DARK SIDE OF FURS 

NO BURGERS7 

VIETNAM VET FPUNO GUILTY OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS, 

WHY UUESTION SINCERITY 

KUOOS TO ANIMAL LOVERS 

CAT IMPRISONEO 5 MONTHS WAITING FOR COURT CASE 

TRAPPING, FUR TRADE ALIVE, WELL IN STATE 

ANIMALS, OISEASES 

SEE ALSO PETS, HEALTH CARE 

POULTRY DISEASE APPEARS TO BE DECLINING IN PIEDMONT 
TAKING CARE OF YOUR PETS WHEN THEY GET SICK 

ANIMALS, MEDICAL RESFARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DUKE PRIMATE FACILITY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, LABORATORY ANIMAL RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. NETWORK FOR ANIMALS INC. 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

REDUCE ANIMAL SUFFERING 

DUKE LAW INSTRUCTOR TO SPEAK AT PROJECT 

ANIMAL RESEARCH OFTEN MISLEADING 

DEMONSTRATION PLANNED AGAINST FORT WOUND LAB 

RALLY AIMS AT CLOSING BRAGG HOUND LAB 

WORLO DAY FOR ANIMALS 

ANIMAL-RIGHTS ADVOCATES SEEK RESEARCH WITHOUT SUFFERING 

ARGUMENT LOSES CREDIBILITY 

SCIENCE WITHOUT ETHICS DEHUMANIZING 

ANIMAL RESEARCH NECESSARY 

RAISE DEBATE LEVEL 

IN DEFENSE OF ANIMALS 

CONFERENCE GOAL: 'ALL WET' RESEARCH 

POLLUTANT CONFERENCE STRESSES TIMING: DIFFERENT LIFE-CYCLE STAGES... 

SCIENTISTS' GOAL: FISH CHECK WATER POLLUTION 

ANIMAL THEFT RING HAY OPERATE IN STATE 

DUKE GETS 110. 7 MILLION TO STUDY CHEMICALS, LUNGS 



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LABS SAT THEY OON'T PURCHASE STOLEN OO&S 

ANIMALS. SHOW BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO ACTORS AND ACTRESSES. U.S. 
SEE ALSO CHIMPS AND FRIENDS 

RETIREMENT HOME PLANNED FOR SHOW-BUSINESS ANIMALS 

ANNA I BOOK I 

TRIALS OF 



YANKEE SCHOOLTEACHER' 



ANNAMARIA'S (RESTAURANT! 

PIZZA HOUSE CLOSES; ANNAMARIA TO RETIRE 
ANNAMARIA'S PIZZA HOUSE CLOSES 

ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND 
SEE ALSO MARYLAND 

ANNAPOLIS: WHERE GENTLEMEN (AMD LAOIES) BECOME OFFICERS 

•NO PROBLEMS. JUST CHALLENGES- 
ANNAPOLIS BRASS QUINTET 

JAZZ TRIO IN CONCERT WITH BRASS OUINTET 

ANNE FLEXNER MEMORIAL AWARD FOR CRFATIVE WRITING 
DUKE STUDENTS GF T AWARDS FOR WRITING 

ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO EXTRATERRITORIAL AREA 

SEE ALSO GREENSBORO, N.C.. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO HIGH POINT, N.C.. ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO INCORPORATION (MUNICIPAL) 

SEE ALSO PITTSBORO, N.C., ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, ANNEXATION 

ANNEXATION BATTLES FLARE ACROSS NORTH CAROLINA 

K 1 !!!.T l ?Hn T ',5, C £ Ty COUNCIL V0TE5 TO ANNEX COUNTRY CLUB 

ANNEXATION ISSUES OFTEN LAND IN COURTS AROUNO N.C. 

ANNEXATION PLANNER HAS CHALLENGES IN MIND 

NORTH CAROLINA TOWNS BATTLE OVER ANNEXING SAMF LAND 

RESIDENTS OPPOSE ANNEXATION BUT HAVE LITTLE CHOICE 

TOWN ANNEXATION BY BRUNSWICK COULD EMPOWER BLACK MAJORITY 

ANNIE (PLAY AND FILM) 

•SWORD OF PEACE 1 SEASON IS ENDING 

ANNUAL PHYSICAL CHECKUPS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

MEDICAL EXAMS OEPEND ON AGE 

ANNUAL REPORTS 

NEW OURHAM CAMPAIGN ALREADY YIELDING DIVIDENDS. OFFICIALS 
ANOREXIA NERVOSA 

HI JLSO h Jnger ES ' SEE iL ^° N " MES 0F SPECIF,C DISEASES) 

UNC TO CONDUCT EATING DISOROERS STUDY 

ANSON COUNTY. N.C. 

ANSON COUNTY TO HONOR SPIELBERG FOR MOVIE 

ANSON COUNTY HOLOS OWN MOVIE AWARDS CEREMONY 

COMPANY TO FILM SCIENCE FICTITN MOVIE IN ANSON COUNTY 

•COLOR PURPLE' SWEEPS FELIX AWAROS 

WHILE MOST COUNTIES PARCHED ANSON STILL HAS PLENTY OF WATER 

ANTABUSE 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLISM 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

MAN GIVEN ORUG OVEROOSE 

ANTELOPE 

ANTELOPE ART AT MUSEUM 

ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

BIAS HONORED AS ACC'S TOP ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 

nii ?R, I .I^ R h T B R?.J DC4STE,,s SUPPUPT SELECTION METHOD 
OFF-COURT ACTIONS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR AWARD 

ANTHROPOLOGISTS 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 

SE 6 ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL OEPT. OF ANTHROPOLOGY 
DUKE ANTHROPOLOGIST NAMED TO HONOR 

ANTHROPOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO EVOLUTION 

BukVr'eIeMrs' S s¥SDY°^h? R L ,L BIR M Df UTgyPT N $KULL F ° UN ° ,N « E « ? 

ANTI-ABORTION GROUPS 
SEE ABORTION 
SEE PRO-LIFE POLICY 

ANTI-BUSING BILL 

SEE SCHOOLS. U.S., BUSING 

ANTI-CANCER DRUGS 

SEE CHEMOTHERAPY 

ANTI-OEATH PENALTY 

SFE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO EXECUTIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEATH PENALTY RESOURCE CENTER 

§»?fMn,^ H?.?h 4 '^.i; EEKLy VIGILS AGAINST ROOK'S UPCOMING EXECUTION 



EXCLUDING DEATH FOES 

EARLIER RULING AFFIRMED ON EXCLUDING JURORS 

yi&?,.J-5„f DT . *B*"BARIC- IN USE OF EXECUTIONS 

EXECUTIONS ARE WRONG 

GOVERNOR SUPPORTS OEATH PENALTY 

EYE-FOR-EYE LEGALISM 

•A LIFER': HAPPY LAWYER HAS JJ B HE BELIEVES 



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ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE 

REPORT: GAINS MAOE IN FIGHTING PARAMILITARY GROUPS 

ANT I-OEPRESSANTS 

ill itiS ErGgs ss,on IEMOriQ ^ L 5T1TE ' 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

ANTI-DEPRESSANTS MAY HARM PATIENT'S SEX LIFE 

ANT I- INFLATION PROGRAM 
SEE ECONOMY, U.S. 



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SEE INFLATION. U.S. 

ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO ShEaRON HARRIS 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIONAL PHYSICIANS FOR THE PREVENTION OF NUCLEAR WAR 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR ENERGY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR FREE ZONES 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SANE 

SEE ALSO SOCIAL WORKERS FOR PEACE AND NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT 

NUCLEAR ARMS RACE THREATENS 

RADIO TOMER MAY ATTRACT PROTESTERS 

OPPONENTS BEGIN CAMPAIGN AGAINST USING NUCLEAR PLANT 

GROUP OPPOSES HARRIS PLANT 

FORMER WOPKER CHARGES CPCL FALSIFIED RECORDS 

DIPLOMACY DAMAGEO 

CRITICS CONTINUE EFFORTS AGAINST NUCLEAR PLANT 

GROUP ASKS NRC TO STOP CPCL UNIT 

CPCL'S CHAIRMAN SAYS CRITICISM WON'T PLOCK PLANT 

BISHOPS' NUCLEAR STANCE LIKELY TO RILE 

THE FANTASIES OF POWER 

BISHOPS "WAY OFF COURSE' 

CHERNOBYL SHOULD NOT CAUSE A NUCLEAR PANIC 

CHATHAM RESIDENTS OPPOSE NUCLEAR PLANT 

HARRIS LICENSING OPPOSED 

MORE HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT FOES HEARD 

ATTACKING THE NUCLEAR RISKS 

COUNCIL ENDORSES ALTERNATIVE POWER FOR SHEARON HARRIS 

DURHAM PACKS PLANT CONVERSION 

DO YO'J WANT TO BET YOUR LIFE ON THIS? 

SHEARON HARRIS A HUGE RISK 

COVERAGE COMMENDED 

NUCLEAR PLANT UNWANTED 

CHATHAM «ILL GET OUT OF CPCL NUCLEAR PLAN 

CHATHAM ANTT-SHEARCN HARRIS 

SAY NO TO NUCLEAR PLANT 

AN ORCHFSTRATED PROTEST 

SHEARON HARRIS NOT NEEDED 

ANTI-NUCLEAR PROTESTS CONTINUE 

ANTI-NUCLEAR CROUP CHALLENGES CPCL ADS 

METHODISTS PACK ACTIONS ON SHEARON HARRIS 

NUCLEAR CUESTIONS UNANSWERED 

METHODISTS BACK ANTI-HARRIS ACTIONS 

CITUENS SHOULD INSPECT SHEARON HARRIS 

MOTHBALL SH c ARON HARRIS 

STOP PRODUCING WASTE 

ANTI-NUCLEAR POWER PLANT COALITION MEETS TONIGHT IN DURHAM SCHOOL 

NUCLEAR POWER PLANT GETS THUMBS DOWN AT CAS U MEETING 

OPPOSING PLANT 

MELTDOWN CRY SKEWS PERSPECTIVE ON RISKS 

MORAL QUESTION RAISED 

MATTERS OF CERTAINTY 

GROUP OF LAWYERS EYE LEGAL CHALLENGES TO PLANT 

A SKEWED PERSPECTIVE 

THE OVERNIGHT EXPERTS 

•EXTREMIST' RHETORIC 

DEBATE ON SHEARON HARRIS COULD DO WITH SOME NUTTINESS 

CASH ROLLCALL... 

EXPERTS WEIGH SHEARON HARRIS' SAFETY 

CHERNOBYL PLANT 'DEFICIENT' 

COMMON SENSE TELLS MUCH 

SHEARON HARRIS FOES PLAN MONEY -R A I SERS 

CHATHAM BOARO: COMMISSIONERS LEAVE DOOR AJAR To REJOIN EVACUATION PLAN. 

CASH CONCERNED ABOUT NEWS COVERAGE 

NUCLEAR MOKE EXPENSIVE 

SEEDS OF DESTRUCTION 

SAY 'NO* TO SHEARON HARRIS 

ACCIDENT IS A WARNING 

A MONSTROUS THREAT 

NEIGHBORS LEERY OF HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT 

IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO ALTER SHEARON HARRIS 

NOT SAFE ENOUGH 

CANCER, DISFASE RATES ARE HIGHER NEAR REACTOR CENTERS 

CITY COUNCIL ASKED TO PROHIBIT STORAGE PF NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

DON'T OPERATE NUCLEAR PLANT 

FORMER BELIEVERS CHANGE MINDS ABOUT SAFETY OF NUCLEAR POWER 

CONVENTIONAL FOPCES NEED STRENGTHENING 

HE'LL STAY AND FIGHT 

STOP SHEARON HARRIS 

NO TO NUCLEAR POWER 

SHOULO WE OUTLAW CAPS AND TRUCKS? 

A FLIPPANT COMPARISON 

CONVERT SHEARON HARRIS 

SHEARON HARRIS REACTOR A PRFSSU'E COOKER 

VIGIL PROTESTS N-PLANT LICENSE 

NOBEL LAUREATE: 'WE SHOULD GET RID OF WARFARE' 

PLANT PROTESTERS 

SPOCKS SPEAK 

CASH PLANS RALLY OUTSIOE MAIN GATE ^F SHEARON HARRIS 

•PROGRESS' IS COSTLY 

OR. SPOCK URGES NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT 

OUR RIGHTS ARE VIOLATED 

LETTER AI»ED AT 'NUCLEAR NUMBNESS' 

SHEARON HARRIS: OOUBLE ANGUISH 

NUCLEAR POWER PLANT IS NOT THE ANSWER 

LET'S MOTHBALL NUCLEAR PLANT 

ANT I-PCRNOGRAPHY LA 
SEE ALSO PORNOGR 
PROFESSOR SAYS 
ANTI-DBSCENITY 
JUDGE REJECTS 
MOTION TO SUPP 
CANDIDATES DIS 
JUDGE UPHOLDS 
GRAND JURY INC 
ORANGE MAN FAC 
ARRAIGNMENT SE 
JUDGE DELAYS P 
4 OBSCENITY TR 
LIBRARIANS FEA 
JURY CHOSEN IN 
SEXUAL ITEMS S 
JURORS VIEW VI 
LESSER CHARGES 
JURY DEL15ERAT 
BOOKSTORE WORK 

DA SAYS ACQUIT 
GUNN DRAWS SUS 
N.C. DISTRI3UT 
N.C. POPNOGRAP 
PORNOGRAPHY BI 
PORN TRIALS PD 
INVOLVEMENT NE 
OBSCENITY LAW 



APHY 

law threatens free speech 

law memo not censorship, says official at unc 
argument that pirn law is invalid 
rfss evidence osnied in durham bookstore obscenity trial 

"ree on plea bargains 
pornography law 
icts 6 on obscenity counts 
es obscenity charges 
t for man on obscenity, 0»ug charges 
orn trials 
ials delayed 
r pinch from porn laws 

porn trial 
hown in obscenity trial 

DEO TAPE AT PORN trial 

DROPPED IN PLAYERS BOOK STORF TRIAL 
IONS NEAR IN PO»N CASE 
ERS CLEAREO OF OBSCENITY LAW CHARGES 
TALS WON'T HALT POKN TRIALS 

PENDEO SENTENCE IN 03SCENF "ATERIALS CASE 
OR INDICTED 0VE5 SEX VIDEOTAPE 



HY OUTLETS OECLINE 

G BUSINESS IN N.C. 

STPONED 

EDED IN PDRNO FIGHT 

STILL DEBATED 



BUT SALES STILL 3RINGING IN MILLIONS 



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DURHAM COUNTY 
INTERNATIONAL 
N.C. 

u.s. 



EX-EMPLOYEE GETS SUSPENDED TERM IN OBSCENITY CASE 

OBSCENITY LAW CHALLENGE EYED BY ADAH t EVE 

EX-BOOKSTORE EMPLOYEE FINED 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, OBSCENITY LAW (CARTOONI 

AFTER INITIAL FANFARE OBSCENITY LAW FIZZLES 

ANTI-PORN GROUP GAINS MORE SUPPORT, NATIONAL ATTENTION 

DEFINITION OF PORNOGRAPHY STILL ELUDES LAWMAKERS 

JURY IS SELECTED FOR OBSCENITY TRIAL IN CATAWBA 

JUDGE DELAYS DECISION ON MOTION IN ADAM C EVE CASE 

OUR SOCIETY IS BACKWARO 

CLERK CONVICTED IN OBSCENITY CASE 

6 CUMBERLAND CLERKS PLEAD GUILTY ON OBSCENITY CHARGES 

SIX BOOKSTORE CLERKS PLEAD GUILTY TO OBSCENITY COUNTS 

FAIRCLOTH TO TEST OBSCENITY STATUTE 

OBSCENITY TRIAL POSTPONED UNTIL DEC. 15 

TWO PEOPLE FROM DURHAM FACE OBSCENITY CHARGES IN GREENSBORO 

STATE'S OBSCENITY LAW PRAISED BY U.S. OFFICIAL 

REYNOLDS CALLS STATE PORN LAW A 'MODEL" 

REYNOLDS OUESTIONS DURHAM'S MORALITY 

LAWYER: ADAM t EVE RAID CREATED 'CONCENTRATION CAMP ATMOSPHERE' 

JUDGE UPHOLDS SEARCH OF ADAM C EVE PREMISES 

OBSCENITY LAW CONVICTION GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE 

CRAVEN OBSCENITY TRIAL ENDS WITH NO VERDICT REACHED 

N.C. APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS OBSCENITY LAW 

ANTI-SEMITISM 

SEE ALSO ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO ARYAN NATIONS 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

SEE ALSO THE ORDER 

ANSWER TO 'WHAT'S WRONG WITH LAPOUCHE" 

RE-REAO THE LETTER 

AUSTRIA'S ANTI-SEMITISM 

AUSTRIANS CHOOSE LESSER OF TWO EVILS 

ISRAELI VIOLENCE IGNORED 

ABORTION STATEMENTS READ IN WHITE SUPREMACIST'S TRIAL 

HYPOCRISY ON ANTI-SEMITISM 

ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
SEE CIGARETTES 
SEE SMOKING 
SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 

ANTI-SPERM VACCINE 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 
SEE ALSO VACCINE 

DUKE RESEARCHERS WORKING TOWARD ANTI-SPERM VACCINE 

ANTI-STARCH P ILLS 

SEE WEIGHT CONTROL 

ANTI-TERRORISM PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO TERRCRIS" 

?UI^I ER 5 0RIS " EFFORT LACKS COORDINATION, OFFICIAL SAYS 
COORDINATING ANTI-TERRORISM 

ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, 
SEE ALSO MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

THE UPSTARTS 'BLEW IT' 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

VA. COMPANY PLEADS GUILTY TO CONSPIRACY 

ANT IBIOTICS 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 

SCIENTISTS LOOKING FUR HAZARDS THAT THREATEN FOOD FISH 

GLAXO TO JOIN ROCHE IN PROMOTING ANTIBIOTIC 

ANTIQUE SHOWS 

DANVILLE ANTIQUE SALE IS SATUROAY 

CHAPEL HILL SHOW TO OFFER TREASURES 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

IDENTIFICATION CLINIC OFFEREO 

COLORFUL CROwO ATTENDS OPENING FOR YOUNG ARTIST 

SHOW, SALE FEATURES SEMINAR 

ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 

UNRELATED ITEMS MAKE GOOD DECORATING ACCESSORIES 

COUPLE CHARGED WITH ANTIQUE THEFTS 

KITCHEN HAS DOWN-HOME CHARM 

ANTIQUES ARE FOCUS 

ANTITRUST LAWS 

SEE ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

ANYTHING GOES (MUSICALI 

•ANYTHING GOES' LOSES SPIRIT OF ERA AND FUN IN PRODUCTION AT OUKE 
■ANYTHING GOES' IN NEW LITTLE THEATER PLAY 

APARTHEIO 

SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

SEE ALSO SULLIVAN PRINCIPLES 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. ANT I - AP AR THE I D SUPPORT GROUP 

APARTHEIO IS UNHEALTHY 

OURHA" MAY CUT S. AFRICA TIES 

SCHOOLS' POLICIES DIFFER ON SOUTH AFRICA INVESTMENTS 

APARTHEID IN OURHAM 

TUTU TO TAKE PART IN SERVICE AT DUKE ON SUNDAY NIGHT 

TUTU PLEADS FOR HELP IN FIGHT ON APARTHEID 

MANY IN SOUTH AFRICA EXPECT REVOLUTION, SAYS N.C. PROFESSOR 

TUTU REPEATS HIS WARNING OF CATASTROPHE 

TUTU APPEALS TO 2,000 AT OUKE TO 'HELP M= • 

<=pNG LINES DON'T FAZE CROWO: SOME CAMP OUT TO SEE...S. AFRICAN PRELATE 

TUTU TELLS OUKE AUOIENCE PEACEFUL SOLUTION POSSIBLE 

TUTU: 'WE MUST NOT SAY WHAT'S EASIEST- 
HYMN ADDS DRAMA TO TUTU'S ARRIVAL 

BISHOP TUTU'S SERMON A COMPELLING MESSAGE 

UNCG'S FACULTY PASSES RESOLUTION AGAINST APARTHEID 

BISHOP TUTU'S ANSWER WAS 'MISLEADING' 

TUTU SHOWS TRUE COLORS 

ACP,t.il I ,I a !;S c L ?S.';i MI I S , T ABIL l TY T3 SHUN S " AFRICAN CONNECTIONS 

AFRIKANERS ARE CRAZY, BUT WHAT ABOU T US ALL 7 

WHERE'S OUTRAGE FOR SOUTH AFRICAN BLACKS? 

CITY PANEL ENDORSES ENLARGED COMMISSION 

COUNCIL PAN C L FAVORS LARGER HISTORIC BOARD 

DUKE URGED TO SEVER APARTHEID TIES 

OEAOLINE ASKED ON OUKE'S S. AFRICA INVESTMENT 

ANTI-APARTHEID DEMONSTRATION HELD AT DUKE 

UNC STEP CLOSER TO SOUTH AFRICA BAN 









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12/16/86 


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12/18/86 


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12/31/86 


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4/16/86 
4/29/86 
6/11/86 
6/18/86 
7/03/86 
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1/24/86 B 
5/20/86 A 



8/18/86 A 4 
9/10/86 A 11 
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H 1 7/13/86 8 1 

S 2 7/30/B6 B 1 

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1/01/86 


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1/09/86 


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1/14/B6 


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1/17/86 


fi 


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H 2 


1/17/86 


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8 


P N 




H 2 


1/19/86 


A 


5 


N 




H 2 


1/19/86 


A 


10 


M 




H 2 


1/20/86 


A 


1 


N 


M97 


H 2 


1/20/86 


A 


1 


N 


F5n 


H 2 


1/20/86 


A 


1 


P N 


S80 


S 2 


1/20/86 


A 


1 


N 


113 


H 2 


1/21/86 


H 


1 


N 


M97 


H 2 


1/21/86 


H 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/22/66 


A 


4 


E 




H 2 


1/23/86 


A 


1 3 


N 




H 2 


1/27/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


2/05/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


2/06/66 


R 


I 


N 


S51 


H 2 


2/09/86 


II 


5 


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A20 


H 2 


2/11/86 


A 


4 


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H 2 


2/20/86 


A 


14 


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S51 


S 2 


2/20/86 


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N 


M6Q 


H 2 


2/21/86 


r 


1 


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F50 


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2/21/86 


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1 


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SB4 


H 2 


2/22/86 


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1 


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F50 


H 2 


2/22/86 


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M10 



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INDEX 
12/31/86 



UNC WEAKENS TIES WITH SOUTH AFRICA 

DUKE AFFIRMS POLICY ON S. AFRICA INVESTMENT 

DUKE TRUSTEES APPROVE ANT I - APA R THE 10 MEASURES 

UNC OIS"ANTLES SHANTIES. THEN ALLOWS 1 TO BE REBUILT 

PROTESTERS OF APARTHEID GET SHANTIES BACK AT UNC 

RHOOESIAN MEMORIES SPUR PROTEST LEAOEB 

SHANTIES STAY UNTIL DEMANDS MET--UNC PROTESTERS 

UNC PROTEST SHOWS COMPROMISE BEST WAY 

PROTESTERS OE"AND UNC OIVESTITUPE 

UNC SHANTIES MAY STAY 

UNC SHANTIES stay; ENDOWMENT BOARD MAY MEET 

STUDENTS: 'BERLIN WALL' TO PROTEST SHACKS 

STUDENTS: IF SHANTIES STAY, WALL GOES UP 

•BERLIN WALL' GOING UP NEAR SHANTIES AT UNC 

UNC OFFICIALS OK BERLIN WALL REPLICA 

•BERLIN WALL.' MURE SHANTIES ADOEO AT UNC 

WALL GOES UP AT UNC; 3 "ORE SHANTIES ADDED 

UNC BOARD DELAYS OIVESTITURE DECISION 

VOTE DELAYED ON UIVESTMENT 

...WHAT THOSE SHACKS COULD RENT FOR IN CHAPEL HILL... (CARTDONI 

MAGISTRATE REFUSES TO CHARGE JNC STUDEN T S WITH TRESPASS 

SHANTY PROTEST 

UNC SHANTY TOWN TORN DOWN: TR=SPASSIHG CHARGES REJECTED AGAINST FIVE 

DR. FORDHAM ACTED WISELY 

APARTHEID NOT JUST SEVEPE SEGREGATION 

GOOD. BAD UNC STUOENTS 

STUDENTS 'GO TO JAIL' PROTESTING OUKE'S S. AFRICA INVESTMENT TIES 

DUKE COUNCIL SPLIT ON DIVESTMENT 

FOROHAM TO RELOCATE PROTEST SITE 

PANEL DRAFTING BILL TO COVER INVESTMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA 

VOTE AGAINST DIVESTITURE DRAWS PROTESTS ON DUKE CAMPUS 

FORDHAM: 'PIT' THE PLACE FOR PROTESTS 

PRUTEST 

BLACK DUKE PROFESSUR SHARES S. AFRICA VIEWS 

UNC TIGHTENS POLICY ON S. AFRICA INVESTMENTS 

UNC STUDENTS PROTEST VOTE ON DIVESTMENT 

UNC VOTES SCHOLARSHIPS FOR S. AFRICANS 

SIT-IN FOLLOWS UNC VOTE 

SULLIVAN PRINCIPLES ONLY COSMETIC 

OUKE AUTHORITIES ARREST 7. RAZE ANT I - AP ARTHE 1 SHACKS 

7 ARRESTED. SHACKS TORN UP IN DUKE APARTHEID PROTEST 

7 DUKE PROTESTERS TO BE TRIEO TODAY 

A TOUGH OECISION WITHOUT ACRIMONY 

PROTESTER'S T»IAL BEGINS 

SEVEN APARTHEID PROTESTERS AT DUKE FREED OF CHARGES 

JUDGE RAPS OUKE CHARGES ON SHANTIES 

UNJUST PRACTICES THE ISSUE 

NEW OUKE SHANTY ALLOWEO TO STAY TILL TRUSTEES LEAVE 

OUKE BOARD TO OISCUSS OIVESTITURE 

OUKE TRUSTEES TO VOTE TODAY ON DIVESTMENT 

OUKE PLANS TO DIVEST IF APARTHEID NOT ENOED 

OUKE TRUSTEES VOTE TO SELL HOLDINGS IF SOUTH AFRICA CONTINUES APARTHEID 

P. W. BOTHA, PARACHUTIST (CARTOON! 

OUKE'S ARRESTS OF STUDENTS •SHOCKING' 

BISHOP PREDICTS REVOLUTION IN S. AFRICA 

TUTU URGES NCCU GPAOS TO TEAR OOWN APARTHEID 

BISHOP TUTU SAYS TIME RUNNING OUT FOR SOUTH AFRICA 

OUKE STUDENTS MISTAKEN 

SOUTH AFRICA BORDER STATES CRUMBLING 

PANEL BACKS NEW BANKING CONTRACTS 

UNIVERSITY TO SELL CBS STOCK 

SOUTH AFRICAN THEOLOGIAN: THE'E CAN BE NO CHEAP RECONCILIATION 

DIVESTITURE WOULO PROD RACIAL RFFORMS 

TOTAL SANCTIONS NEEDED 

WAIT •HARO* FOR WOMAN IN DURHAM 

BOTHA ICARTOONI 

U.S. OFFICIALS STILL TRYING TO SE C YOUTH 

BROTHER <jF DURHAM WOMAN FREED 

DURHAM WOMAN 'EXCITEO' °Y BROTHER'S RELEASE 

NAACP MEMBERS PRUTEST APARTHEID 

OURHAM WOMAN'S BROTHER HAS MUCH TO TELL OF JAIL STAY 

MEDIA HIOES REAL TRUTH 

DURHAM WOMAN PROUD OF JAILED SIBLING'S OARING 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

FORMER S. AFRICAN BEAUTY OUEEN JOINS FORCES TO BATTLE APARTHEID 

HOSPITAL EYES INVESTMENTS 

HOSPITAL BOARD MULLS ■: . AFRICA INVESTMENTS 

TAR HEEL WILL SPURN ENVOY JOB 

SANCTIONS PREFERABLE TO BARK WITH NO BITE 

DON'T CUT AND RUN — YET 

SOUTHERN AFRICA IS LIKE A 2EBRA... ICARTOONI 

•THE GOVERNMENT CAN 00 ANYTHING. ANYTIME' 

COLUMNIST PERPETUATES MYTH ABOUT SANCTIONS 

DUKE DIVESTMENT A COURAGEOUS CHOICE 

ELM ST. RESIDENTS ASK WAR ON DRUG-DEALING 

TIME RIGHT FOR SOCIALISTS 

OPPOSFD TO SANCTIONS 

...IT'S THE BLACKS WHO'LL BE -I UR T MOST BY SANCTIUNS... ICARTOONI 

SENATE PEADY FQR SANCTIONS: BAN ON S. AFRICAN TEXTILES ADDED... 

S. AFRICA CONTINUES TO STOCKPILE RACISM 

SANCTIONS WOULO GIVE U.S. LEVERAGE 

HOSPITAL BOARD ADOPTS POLICY O.N SOUTH AFRICA 

APARTHEID VOTE HURTS DUKE GIFTS 

SANCTIONS CAN HELP SOUTH AFRICA'S BLACKS 

BROYHILL DEFENDS HIS VOTE ON SOUTH AFRICAN SANCTIONS 

REAGAN, N.C. SENATORS WRONG NOT TO BACK S. AFRICA SANCTIONS 

BOTHA THREATENS SENAIORS WITH GRAIN IMPORTS CUTOFF 

S. AFRICA puz;l c s DUKE PANEL 

HELMS SHOULON'T RUN ERRANDS FOR S. AFRICA 

MEMBER OF OUTLAWED PARTY APPLAUDS S. AFRICAN SANCTIONS 

REPUBLICANS SUGGEST HELMS BAC<LASH MAY HAVE HURT REAGAN ON SOUTH AFRICA 

BOTHA'S BLUNT THREAT NEEDS UNITEO RESPONSE 

CONSTRUCTIVE ENGAGEMENT ICARTOONI 

CONGRESS SPEAKS OUT AGAINST APARTHEID 

THE '86 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 

HERE'S WHAT WE THINK OF YOUR CRUMMY VETO!... ICARTOONI 

ABORTION-SLAVERY COMPARISON INSULTING 

CONSUL: U.S. SANCTIONS WON'T C ND APARTHFID 

UNC GFOUP PLANS SIT-IN TO PROTEST APARTHEID 

UNC STUOENTS HOLD SIT-IN TO PROTEST APARTHEID 

SOUTH AFRICA'S INOPERABLE TUMOR ICARTOONI 

TRUSTEES TABLE UNC-CHAPEL HILL DIVESTMENT VOTE 

UNC HEAD INAUGURATED: SPANGLET OUTLINFS GOALS FOR 16-CAMPUS SYSTE" 

UNC BASH A SMASHING SUCCESS 

UNC APARTHEID FOES PICKET AT CEREMONY 

COBEY VOTE COMMENDED 

COVERAGE MISSING ON COUNCIL PASSING ANTI-APARTHEID RESOLUTION 

UNC BOARD CHAIRMAN STILL OPPOSES DIVESTMENT 

IBM TO DIVEST... ICARTOONI 

UNC'S TANNER. NEWTON DISAGREE ON DIVESTMENT 

AFRIKANER CHURCH TAKES MORAL ROAD ON APAkTHEIO 

S. AFRICAN INVESTMENT HAS SHRUNK 

S. AFRICA'S LEAOERS NOT GETTING MESSAGE 

HAKI MANDELA'S TALK HEADLINES UNC'S HUMAN RIGHTS WEEK 

VIOLENT CHANGE SEEN INEV|TAPL C 

•MAKI' MANDELA TELLS AUDIENCE AT UNC VIOLENCE IS INEVITABLE 



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3/18/36 A 1 


P N X10 




H 2 


3/19/86 A 1 


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3/20/86 B 1 


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3/22/86 C 1 


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3/22/86 A 6 


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3/28/86 A 1 


N P81 




H 2 


3/26/86 C I 


P N R61 




S 2 


3/27/86 A 5 


N 381 




H 2 


3/28/86 B 1 


N 381 




H 2 


3/29/R6 A I 


N MIC 




S 2 


3/29/86 A ? 


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4/01/86 C 1 


P N M 10 




S 2 


4/01/86 A 7 


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4/04/86 A 1 


N M10 




H 2 


4/05/P6 C 1 


N MIO 




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4/06/36 4 


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S 2 


4/07/86 A 1 


P N MIO 




S 2 


A/07/86 A 7 


P P S76 




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4/10/86 A 4 


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4/10/86 A 4 


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4/14/86 A 4 


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4/15/86 C 1 


P N F50 




H 2 


4/18/86 B I 


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S 2 


4/18/86 A 1 


P N 381 




H 2 


4/19/86 C 1 


N 046 




M 2 


4/10/86 C 1 


F N F50 




H 2 


4/19/86 4 


N 381 




S 2 


4/15/66 A 3 


P P S76 




H 2 


4/21/86 C 1 


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5 2 


4/24/86 A I 


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H 2 


4/25/86 B 1 


P N MIO 




S 2 


4/2V86 A 1 


N Mio 




S 1 


4/25/86 C 1 


N 




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4/26/86 A 4 


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4/26/86 A 1 


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4/27/86 A 1 


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4/29/B6 C 1 


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4/29/86 A ' 


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4/29/86 B 1 


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H 2 


4/30/86 A 1 


p N F50 




S 2 


4/30/86 A I 


N T85 




H 2 


5/01/86 A 4 


L 




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5/02/86 B 1 


N 654 




S 2 


5/02/86 A 1 


P N S84 




H 2 


5/03/86 C 1 


N F50 




S 2 


5/03/86 A 


N S64 




H 2 


5/04/86 A 1 


P N F 5 




H 2 


5/04/86 < 


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5/06/86 A < 


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5/10/86 A 1 


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5/23/86 A < 


T T R56 




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6/18/86 A ' 


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6/18/86 C 


P N 385 




H 2 


6/19/86 A 


P N 




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6/19/86 C 


P N B8 C 




S 2 


6/20/86 C ( 


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6/23/86 A 


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6/24/86 A i 


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6/26/86 C ' 


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7/17/86 B 


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7/17/86 C 


P N M06 




H 2 


7/21/86 A 


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7/24/86 A ' 


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9/30/86 C 


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10/02/86 C 


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10/J3/86 A 


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10/04/86 C 


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10/06/86 A 


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10/07/86 A 


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10/JB/86 A 


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10/08/36 A 


P N W82 




H 3 


10/09/86 B 


N L90 




H 2 


10/11/36 C 


P N L90 




H 2 


10/14/36 A 


1 I I CSC 




H 3 


10/17/86 B 


L N L90 




H 2 


10/18/86 A 


P N L90 




H 2 


10/18/86 A 


1 P N K65 




H 2 


10/13/86 A 


3 P N 




H 2 


10/21/36 A 


L 




S 2 


10/21/86 A 


L 




H 2 


10/23/36 B 


N L90 




H 2 


10/23/86 A 


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H 3 


10/23/86 B 


1 N L90 




H 2 


10/26/86 D 


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10/28/36 C 


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1 1/1 1/86 A 


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11/20/86 


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12/13/86 


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12/16/86 


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12/19/86 


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PROTEST SHANTY MAY RETURN TO 11 NC CAMPUS 

SHANTY CUES UP ON UNC CAMPUS 

KOOAK PULLOUT SHRINKS UNC INVESTMENTS IN S. AFRICA 

UNC STUDENTS PROTEST S. AFRICA DIVESTMENT 

UNC SHANTY TORN DOWN, 13 ARRESTED 

CONVENIENT, STYLISH CAUSE 

ANTI-APARTHEID FOLLIES 

GROUP PICKETS DURHAM ATTORNEY 

JUDGE DISMISSES CHARGES LOOGEn AGAINST PROTESTERS 

UNC STUDENTS TO FACE LESSER C-IARGF 

UNC BDAPD VOTES DOWN DIVESTITURE 

DUKE TO BEGIN DIVESTMENT NEXT MONTH 

UNC DIVESTMENT VOTE LOSES BY ONLY 6-5 

UNC FACULTY COUNCIL PASSES RESOLUTION U"GING DIVESTMENT 

LIFTING MEDIA BANS COULD HELP S. AFRICA 

FIRM USED BY CITY MAY HAVE S. AFRICA TIES 

COUNTY MAY HELP TRAIN S. AFRICANS 

APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO BAINPiRIOGE IN THE PARK 

SEE ALSO CONDOMINIUMS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., DOWNTOWN DWELLING 

SEE ALSO HUUSING, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HUUSING, U.S. 

SEE ALSO INNESBROOK APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO JFK TOWERS 

SEE ALSO MQREHtAD HILLS 

SEE ALSO MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING 

SEE ALSO PENRITH APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO POPLAR APARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO TOWNHOUSES 

APARTMENT PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN 5 IVEN 

TWIN-OFFICE TOWER DEVELOPER CONSIDERS APARTMENTS PROJFCT 

VOTE CHANGE TIPS REZONING RULING 

GRILL OWNERS LOSE 1ST RE20NINS ROUND 

BUILDING BOOM MUSHROOMING IN OURHAM COUNTY 

LARGE APART M ENT COMPLEX IS PLANNED FOR GREENSBORO 

OURHAM RENTERS' MARKET IMPROVES 

APARTMENT COMPLEX GOING UP NEAR RTP 

ON THE (BUMPYI TRAIL OF THE PERFECT APARTMENT 

APARTMENT VACANCIES RISE 

PARK AREA GOOD PLACE TO LOOK FOR HOME 

STEADY GROWTH EXPECTEO IN TRIANGLE ECONOMY 

FIRST APARTMENT IS 8IG TASK 

ROOMMATES: SHARING CAN BE COSTLY 

MASSIVE MOVEOUT BLAMED FOR WEAK RENTAL MARKET 

LANOLOKO ENTITLE TO ASK FOR DEPOSIT 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH RENTING S A" E APARTMENT SEVERAL TIMES 

BOAROINGHOUSt GANG WAS A SUPPORT SYSTEM 

BUILDING PACE SLIPS TO HALF STEP 

MORE APARTMENTS PLANNED N C AR SOUTH SOUARE MALL 

PINNACLE RIDGE NEW APARTMENT PROJECT ON UNIVEP.SITY DRIVE 

APEX, N.C. 

•SWEET OLO LADY- LEAVES Jl MILLION TO TOWN. ..FOP APFX LIBRARY AND BOOKS 
SERVICE WITH COURTESY: TRAINMEN TAKE RIDE STEEPEU IN HISTORY 
SHEARON HARRIS ENVIRONS ARE GROWING 
2 ENGINES, 3 CARS OERAIL NEAR APEX 

APEX HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
SOUTHERN RALLY FALLS SHORT 
BALANCE MAY BE LEAGUE'S CATCHWORD THIS SEASON 

APEX HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

SOUTHERN SE=KS TO UNSEAT E. WAKE AT TOP OF TRIANGLE 
SPARTANS, PARKER SCALE WINLESS APEX, 45-0 
PARKER PACES SPARTANS IN ROUT OF APEX 

APHRODISIAC 

•YO-YO" TOO DANGEROUS TO BE US EO CARELESSLY 

APOLOGIES 

OFFICIAL APOLOGIZES 

APPAL ACHIA 

BLEAK JUDGMENTS ORAWN ON FUTURE FOR APPALACHIA, DESPITE BILLIONS IN AID H 2 11/03/86 B 2 N 

APPALACHIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS CENTER 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 

WORKSHOPS OFFERED S 2 

ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS CENTER OFFERS PHOTO CLASSES H 2 



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APPALACHIAN LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL, N.C. 

BURLINGTON FACES LAST APPY SE»SOH 

APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS 
SEE ALSO MOUNTAINS 

RESEARCHER: FORESTS SICKENING ON APPALACHIANS HIGH SUMMITS 

APPALACHIAN PEGIONAL COMMISSION 

ARTS SCHOOL MAY BE LIABLE FOR 13 "ILLION GRANT RECALL 
SUBCOMMITTEE REFUSES TO CUT APPALACHIAN COMMISSION FUNOS 
EIGHT PROJECTS RECOMMENOED IN WESTERN N.C. 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. 

11 DURHAM STUDENTS MAKE ASU DFAN'S LIST 
COFFEE AT ASU APPARENTLY SPIK'U WITH LSD 
SUSPECTS INVESTIGATED ABOUT DRUGGED COFFEE 
LSD FOUND IN COFFEE FROM ASU 

CHINESE HAVE FEWEP SEXUAL OREAMS THAN AMERICANS 
TWO CHARGED IN DRUGGED COFFEE CASE 
PORCH FALLS AT FRATERNITY INJJRING 8 
STUDENTS FACE SUSPENSION FOR SHOTS RULE 
TEACHING CAREERS DRAWING STUDENTS 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV., ENROLLMENT 

IMPROVED PETtNlIUN CREOITEU FT R UNC ENROLLMENT INCREASE 
UNC SCHOULS HEEDED WARNING OF DECLINE 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV., FACULTY 
THE COST OF BEING BUCOLIC 
THREE ASU PROFESSORS SAY N.C. RESOURCES ARE BEING STRAINED 

APPALACHIAN STATF UNIV., STUDENTS 

ELECTIONS BOARD REJECTS CHALLENGES TO 1,400 STunENT VOTERS 'N WATAUGA 

TWO ASU STUDENTS DIE IN FIRE 

BLOWINS ROCK, bOONE APPROVE LIJUOR SALES 

STUDENTS AT APPALACHIAN STATE HilL APPROVAL OF 100NE REFR, WINE SALFS 

ASU STUDENTS RELEASE SONG ON LIBYA RAID 

ASU STUDENTS FROM DURHAM RECEIVE DEGREES 

SERVICE GROUP TAPS OURHAH STUOENI 

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS 



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u'lc system's policies for admitting athletes examined in reports 

appalachian state univ. sports. "as eb.all 
fancape: apps will pick apke 

appalachian state univ. sports. basketball 
c'e-ins hires cantwell 
ga. tech hires asu cuach 
palace: asu loses dolan 
cavaliers slip past arkansas 
apke. foster return to =ace blue devils 
ouke defense puts clamp on mountaineers 
duke's danny ferry makes believer of apke 

appalachian stats univ. sports. football 

appalachian picked to win southern title 

app state aims fqr furman and southern conference title 

late =ass s'apks asu win 

mountaineers enjoy title 

from saigon to boonf: todd pat ton survived vietnam to be asu ob 

mountaineer? begin playoff bio 

appalachian trail 
see also hiking 
see also roan mountain 

hikers find mountain trail ported 

forest service urged to buv n.c. trail lano 

mountain inn gives shelter to hikers 

scenic mfjuntaintop becces topic of emotional controversy 

apple chill cloggeos 
see also cloggers 

thanks to these people for helping the eno 

apple chill fair 

see also Chapel hill, n.c 

see also chapel hill. n.c. festivals 

S = E ALSO FESTIFALL (C"a°EL HILL. N.C) 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. 

APPLE CHILL BLOSSOMS ON F»ANKLIN STREET 

APPLE CHILL FAIR SUNDAY 

SOUNDS. SHELLS — SMILING PEOPLE 

APPLE CHILL OCMPAH PAH 

FACES 

APPLE COMPUTER CO. 

SEE ALSO COMPUTERS 

GIRL WINS COMPUTER FOR BOY HIT BY CAR 

APPLE Share IFESTIvali 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C FESTIVALS 

APPLE SHARE PARADE SLATED SATURDAY 

APPLE SHARE'S MESSAGE BLUNT ON ITS CAUSES 

APPLES 

SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE ALSO names OF SPECIFIC FRUITSI 
COLD SPRING. DRY SUMMER ZAP APPLES 
CANCER SOCIETY TO PAY FOR STUDY OF APPLE 
FROST. DRY SUMMER HURT N.C. APPLE PRjnuCTION 
FIRE CESTROYS ANOTHER APPLE PACKING PLANT 
VARIETY OF APPLES AVAILABLE IN N.C. 
HOW D'YA LIKE THEM APPLES? 

APPLIANCE ANO TV CENTER (5'9 FOSTE' ST.l .--,, ,.„, 

APPLIANCE i. TV CENTER: WE ARE PROUO TO SUPPORT THE DUKE CLASSIC <ADI 

APPRAISALS 

SEE ALSO LAND VALUES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY REVALUATION 

SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 

J10-PER-F0OT APPRAISAL FOR PACKING REVEALED 

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 

SFE ALSO CAROLINA? CONSTRUCTION TRAINING COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO FMPlOYMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO GRAY WORKS INC. 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO JOB TRAINING 

SEE ALSO N.C INTERNS 

SEE ALSO N.C. DFPT. OF LABOR, APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 

SFE ALSO PRISONERS. N.C EDUCATION PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C. 

APPRENTICES BUILDING CAREERS. FUTURES 

PROGRAM WOULD TEAM RETIRED CRAFTSMEN. APPRENTICES 

STATE OEVELOPING NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM 



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12/3-VS6 B 
12/30/86 


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3/05/86 D 

8/22/86 

9/0l/e6 D 

11/14/16 b 

11/2T/96 D 

11/29/96 


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7/03/86 

9/29/06 

10/02/86 



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12 



H 2 7/02/96 D 3 P F 



H 3 4/19/86 A 1 N 

S 2 4/19/B6 A 11 N 

H 2 4/21/86 A 1 P N S3C 

H 2 4/21/86 C 1 P P P70 

S 2 4/21/86 C 1 P P F7C 



H 2 12/19/86 C 7 P N 



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4/13/86 C 



8/15/P6 
3/23/86 
9/02/86 
9/26/86 
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11 

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10/23/86 C 1 P P T37 



H 2 5/13/86 



H 2 5/17/86 C 1 



H 2 3/02/86 e 1 
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H 2 11/27/86 E 11 



keep durham clean 
cheer up— it's april 15 

april fool's day 

april fool's drug reports ruffle cards 

auuaculture 

see also commercial fishing industry 

see also hydroponics 

see also seaf n oo inoustry 

scientists ljom-ig for hazards that ihretten food fish 

reiosville raising fish in wastewater 

' al ' 4 state marine centers "ay become aouarilms 

acjarium gardening is perfect summer pastime 

ajleduct (Christian conference centeri 

durha" council eyfs rtp service charges 

arab emirates 

see arap staies 

'see ALSO OUKE JNIV. ISLAMIC ANO ARABIC DEVELOPMENT STUuIES 

SEE ALSO EGYPT 

S = E ALSO IRAO 

S C E ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEADING! 

SEE ALSO JORDAN 

SEE ALSO Ll=>YA 

see also middle e»st 
see also "orocco 
see also saudi ara3ia 
see also syria 
see also Tunisia 

peace offer rejected 

helms SAYS he NOW BACKS ISRAEL IN POSITION ON WEST Bank LAND 

A=a=IC CONCERT SET 

DUKE PROF: U.S. FOCUS NARROW ON ARABS 



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H 2 4/15/»6 A 4 



H 7 4/03/86 D 1 



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H 2 7/06/86 E l" ') 956 



$ 2 12/08/96 A 1 



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1/24/96 A 12 

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LECTURE S c RIcS INTENDED TO BROADEN KNOWLEDGE OF ARAB WORLD 

ARABIAN STALLION 

SEE ALSO EL TEKON ARABIANS S TUO 
SEE ALSO HORSES 

110.000 ARABIAN HORSE FOR THE WINNE 
HORSE RAFFLE TICKETS AVAILABLE 
DISABLED COMPETE AT SPECIAL OLYMPICS 

EL TEKON ARA3IANS STUD RANCH WIDELY KNOWN FOR HORSE BREEDING 
ARABS 

CHRISTIAN SERVICE DRAWS ARAB FAMILIES 

ARBITRATION 

SFE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

III SWSI y?I v - L4W SCHOOL, PRIVATE ADJUDICATION CFNTER 

Sbt MEDIAT ION 

SEE NATIONAL ACADEHY OF ARBITRATORS 

SEE VOLUNTtER ARBITRATORS 

ARBOR DAY 

•SPUNKY SQUIRREL* TO HONOR TRFES 

ARBORIST: TREE WEEK IS FOR ALL 

GUARD THOSE TREF ROOTS 

RAIN OELAYS ARBOR WEEK CELtBRATION 

SPUNKY CELEBRATES ARBOR W=EK 

TREE PLANTING 

DURHAM DESIGNATED 'TREE CITY U.S.A.' 

ARCADIA (MUSIC GROUP) 

PLANNING BOARD TO REVIEW SITE PLANS TONIGHT 
PARK PLAN FACES REVIEW 

ARCADIA ICOMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT S IT E I 

HARRIOTT HOTEL PROPOSAL PASSES PLANNING BOARD 

ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ANTHROPOLOGISTS 

SEE ALSO ANTHROPOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ANTIQUES 

SEE ALSO BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO FOSSILS 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C., RELICS 

ENO RIVER ASSOCIATION TURNS TO NEW CHALLENGE 

LOST COLONY SEARCH TAKES A FALSE TRAIL 

OWNER WON'T EXTEND OPTION ON INDIAN SITE 

BANKER AGREES TO BUY ENO INOIAN SITE 

BANKER MAKES GIFT FOR ENO RIVER HISTORY 

AOrbiini SrTfT? UT , E r RS !95P 0F VANQUISHED TRIBE'S LAST STAND 
ARCHAEOLOGIST: N.C. SITE MAY BE INOIAN VILLAGE 

£f,!!t aP ,- m „ A 2 T , MUSFUM SCHEDULES EXHIBITION ON SARDIS EXCAVATION 

DUKE EXPLORERS UNCOVER CITY'S SHINING PAST 

UNC ENOS 1 DIG, GETS NEW GRANT 

ISRAELI ARCHAEOLOGIST HOPES TO SHARE PHILOSOPHY AT DUKE 

OUKE-HEBREW UNIVERSITY DIG UNEARTHS S EPPHORI S • HABI TS 

ANCIENT CANOES FOUND AS PHELPS LAKE SHRINKS ' S 

ARCHITECTS, DURHAM 

DOSSIER: ROBERT WINSTON CARR 

THIS SCHOOL DEFINITELY WON'T IE HAZAROOUS TO STUDENTS' HEALTH 

ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS 
SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 

UNC'S DOME PRESENTS PROBLEMS = OR SOME HANDICAPPED STUDENTS 
HANOICAPPFO HAVE PROBLEMS WITH CENTER SIUDENTS 

ACCESS FOR HANOICAPPEO TACKLED AT NEW UNC CENTER 

* "* .'.I.yKIIL NEXT YEAR' COULD BE CRY OF HANOICAPPEO AT SMITH CENTE 
SOLUTIONS PROPOSED FOR UNC'S HANDICAPPED FANS LCNlt 

DUKE CONSIDERS HANDICAPPED 

pyi'JirSSS.b'SIS ST4TE "avel SITES FOR HANDICAPPED 

LEGISLATORS IGNORE NEEDS OF HANDICAPPED 
DISABLED UNITE TO COPE WITH LIFE'S HURDLES 
OFFICIALS TO SIMULATE DISABILITIES 
WHEELCHAIR NO OBSTACLE TO SUCCESS 

ARCHITECTURE 

DUKE MUSEUM SLATES EXHIBIT 
FOR THE HOME 

ARCHITECTURE, N.C. 

DONALDSON !JJ S F0RCE IN N * c - ARCHITECTURE 

ARCHITECTURE SYMPOSIUM Is SCHEDULFO 

STAGVILLE HOSTS SYMPOSIUM ON SATURDAY 

SnorlS? R 9H G t1 n tflS5 S JE?Cm FROM TEACHER, ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS 

AN arSay OF PORCHES W^R% FAST FOOO INDUSTRY 

ARCTIC CIRCLE 

MODERN CIVILIZATION HAS BAD SIOE-EFEECTS 

AREA CONGREGATIONS IN MINISTRY 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES. N.C. 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. 

OXFORD AREA MINISTRY HELPS STRANDED TRAVELERS AND NEEDY 
ARFA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTERS 

gOC/ORSGETTING SECOND DOSE 0' TRAINING 

NEW AIRPLANFS BEING SOUGHT F0= HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER 
ARGENTINA 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AMERICA 

5 F PS!1: : „? ELMS CROUP FUNDED ARGENTINA COUP 
HELMS DENIES CLAIM HE ENCOURAGED COUP 

ARGUMENTS 

COUPLES SHOULD DEAL WITH THEIR PROBLEMS 

ARIANE ROCKET 

...HERE COMES ONE OF THOSE LITTLE FOREIGN JOBS... ICARTOONI 
ARIZONA 

TELECOM HELPS INSTALL 1ST VOICE-DATA SYSTEM 
ARK DANCES 

POTPOURRI REVEALS DUKE DANCE OIVEPSITY, LIMITS 

^SctIOnVf^kUd^I/foR YorV' « UC "DN E D IN ZEBULON 
SALE OF ARKLAND MAY NOT BE LEGAL 
ARKWRIGHT INSURANCE COMPANY 

SUIT AGAINST ROXBORO HAS BEEN DROPPED 

ARMAGEDOON CHEMICAL CO. 



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H 1 12/24/86 C 1 N J20 



H 7 7/27/86 B 4 N HBO 
H 3 12/U3/86 B I N L90 



S 2 8/08/86 A 8 \| 
H 2 8/09/86 A 10 P N 



S 2 9/12/86 B 2 N 

H 2 3/04/66 A 4 T T C50 

S 2 11/21/86 A 1 -I W82 

H 2 4/13/86 D 5 



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H 2 4/01/86 C 3 
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>AGE 46 
l/0°/R7 



•RIGHT TO KNOW: DURHAM CHEMICAL. 

ARMEP ANO DANGEROUS (FILM) 

ONLY HAOD-CORE CAR BASHERS NEED SEE 

ARMED FORCES. RESERVES 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 
SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL GUARD 
SEE ALSO U.S. ARMY RESERVES 

COMMISSARY-USE "ILL TOO COSTLY TO OFFENSE 

armed ROBBERY, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, CARRBORO 

ROBBER TAKES DRUGS FROM REvCO 

MAN HOBS PHARMACY 

2 ROBBERY SUSPECTS HELO 

SUSPECT IN ROBBERIES PETUPNEO TO ORANGE 



TOXINS LAW HAILED AS MOOEL FGP ST»TF 
ARMED' 



ARMED ROBBERY 
SEE ALSO RUB 
STORE VICT 
TWO GUNMEN 
2 DURHAM 

DURHAM MEN 
MAN ROBS T 
2 ROBPEPY 
SUSPECT IN 
MASKED GUN 
ARMED RCBB 
GUNMAN ROB 
EASTGATE D 
ARMED MAN 
ARMED ROBB 
INFORMATIO 



CHAPEL HILL 

dERY, CHAPEL HILL 

IM OF ARMED ROBBERS 

STEAL DRUGS 
EN ARRESTEU IN RUBB=RY ATTEMPT 

HELD IN ORANGE ROBBERY 
UO WOMEN, GETS S7 
SUSPECTS HELD 

ROBBERIES RETURNED TO ORANGE 
MAN ROBS WOMAN, SHOOTS AT MAN 
ERY CHARGE LODGED 
S DOMINO'S PIZZA 
OMINO'S HAS ARMED ROBBERY 
ROBS GOLDEN CORRAL RESTAURANT 
ERIES CONTINUE TO MOUNT 
N ABOUT ASSAULT WITHHELD 



ARMED ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BANK ROBBERIES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, OURHAM 
2 MEN ROB TAXI ORIVER 
2 MEN ROB TAXI ORIVER 
GUNMAN TAKES $100, HITS VICTI" 
ROBBER STRIKES HIS VICTIM WITH 
ROBBERS GET JACKET, WALLET 
MAN KOBPEP NEAR PHOTO M AT 
MAN WITH PISTOL HOLDS UP CONVF 
ROBBER HOLDS UP BUY KWIK STORF 
CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBED OF 4", 
TAXI ORIVER ROBBED 
CORNwALLIS FOOD MART IS ROBBED 
MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING FOOD 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ROBBERY 
WOMAN ROBBED OUTSIDE APARTMENT 
RESTAURANT ROBBED 

WOMAN ARRESTED ON DRUGS, THEFT 
MAN ROBS DURHAH YMCA 
MAN STEALS CAR AT KNIFEPOINT 
SUSPENDED TERM GIVEN IN HOLDUP 
PIZZA HUT ON FOUSHEE STREET RP 
TEEN FACES BURGLARY CHARGE 
INTRUDER THREATENS FAMILY 
ROBBERY SUSPECT CAUGHT IN CHAS 
POLICE CHASE ENDS IN ARREST OF 
CRIMESTOPPERS CALL LEADS TO AR 
ARMED MAN ROBS SERVICE STATION 
GUNFIGHT ERUPTS ON LANCASTER S 
GUNMAN RUBS WILSON'S QUICK S TT 
GUNMAN ROBS PIZZA RESTAURANT, 
NEIGHBORING BUSINESSES ARE ROB 
MAN WITH REVOLVER ROBS GROCERY 
ARMED MAN ROBS DOWNTOWN RE STAU 
TEEN TELLS POLICE HE TRIED TO 
GUNMAN ROBS CONVENIENCE STORE 
DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBI'l 
POLICE ARREST MAN FOR ARMED RO 
2 MEN ROB IMPERIAL ".GO DESK CL 
POLICE: SAME ROBBER HIT 3 PIZZ 
SAME MAN SUSPECTED IN PIZZA HU 
TEEN IS INDICTED FOR BURGLARY, 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
MAN GETS 32 YEARS FOR STORE RO 
STORE ROBBER GETS 32 YEARS 
ROBBER STEALS WOMAN'S MONEY 
APMEU MAN HOBS SUPERMARKET 
GUNMAN ROBS FOOD LION 
WOMAN ASSAULTED BY ARMEO "URGL 
TEENS ATTACK, ROB MAN AT GUNPO 
WALKER ROBBED IN PARK 
MAN SAYS ROBBER GOT CASH, JEwF 
MAN ROBBEO OF MONEY. JEWELRY 
ARMED MAN ROBS FAST FARE STORE 
MAN HOBS CONVENIENCE STORE 
FOOT LION STORE ROBBEO BY MAN 
RESTAURANT IS RIBBED 
TWO MEN STEAL 41,400 
IEEN-AGER ARRESTED ON ROBBERY 
ATTENDANT REPORTS ARCADE AT NT 
MAN ROBBED IN CHURCH PARKING L 
TWO ARMEO MEN HOLD UP CAPTAIN 
MAN SAYS 3 ROBBERS GUT HIS PAY 
MAN ROBS CRFDIT UNION. ESCAPES 
GUN"AN ROBS CREDIT UNION 
ROBBER STILL SOUGHT 
MAN ROBS RESTAURANT. GETS WOO 
MAN SHATTERS PHONE. ROBS WUHAN 
WOMAN WITH RIFLE RO°S OR UG S TO 
POLICE SEEKING SUSPECT IN F001 
MASKED MAN RO°S HAIR STYLING S 
OFFICERS CHARGE 2 WITH ROBbING 
ROBBERY SUSPECTS CHASED TO ORA 
POLICE LOSE SIGHT OF ROBBERS 
ROBBERY SUSPECT ARRESTED IN D'J 
DEPUTIES CHARGE MAN WITH ARME") 
GUNMAN ROBS STEAKHOUSE 
GRAND JURY INriCTS 6 ON OBSCEM 
RESTAURANT °U B B C D 
MAN SAYS HE WAS ABDUCTED, BEAT 
DEPUTIES SAY 'DOCTORS' HAWK "H 
MAN FACING NEW RJBBERY CHARGES 
2 MEN WITH GUNS ROB STEAK HOUS 

2 GUNMEN ROB WESTERN SIZZLIN' 
ROBBERS TAKE CASH, GUN from MA 
YOUTH HELP FOR HAVING STOLEN I 

3 INDICTED FOP ROBBERY 
HITCHHIKERS THREATEN, ROB DRW 
FBI OFFERS REWARD IN ARMED ROB 
JURY DEADLOCKED; MISTRIAL OECL 



GUN 
NIENCE STORE 



RALEIGH MAN ON 10 CHARGES 
RFST 



TREET 



ESCAPES 
BED 

STORE 
RANT 
STEAL PURSE 

G STORE 
BB6RY 

A PARLORS 
T ROBBERIES 
THEFT 

BBERIES 



AR 
INT 



LPY 
OF CIGARETTES 



CHARGE 

WTH DUKE MALL ROBBED 

OT 

D' S RESTAURANT 



RE 

L ION KOBBtRIFS 
ALON ON UUESS ROAD 

MAN 
NGE 



ITY COUNTS 



EN, ROBBED 
EALING CARPET' 



N IN PARKED CAR 
TEMS 



BERY AT CREOIT UNION 
AREO 



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P 



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1/27/86 


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1/31/86 


A 


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2/07/86 


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2/12/86 


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2/17/86 


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S 2 


2/20/66 


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2/22/86 


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2/24/86 


C 


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2/24/86 


c 


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2/27/86 


A 1 


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2/27/86 


C 


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3/10/86 


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3/10/86 


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3/11/86 


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3/15/86 


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3/1 7/86 


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3/2A/86 


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S 2 


3/24/86 


C 


N T85 


H 2 


3/25/86 


C 1 


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S 2 


3/27/86 


C 


N 


S 2 


3/20/86 


A 


N 


H 2 


3/31/86 


A ir 


N 


H 2 


4/08/86 


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A/08/86 


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4/26/86 


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H 2 


4/27/86 


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S 2 


5/01/66 


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S 2 


5/03/86 


A 5 N 


H 2 


5/04/86 


C 5 N 


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5/04/66 


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5/05/86 


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5/06/86 


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5/12/86 


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5/1 3/86 


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H 2 


5/15/86 


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H 2 


5/15/86 


A 1 


r N 


S 2 


5/15/66 


c 


N 


H 2 


5/16/86 


B 


N 


S 2 


5/16/86 


A 


N T65 


H 2 


5/17/86 


c 


N A54 


S 2 


5/17/86 


a r 


N 


S 2 


5/20/86 


c 


N 


S 2 


5/20/86 


c 


N TB5 


H 2 


5/21/86 


c 


N 


S 2 


5/23/86 


c 


N 


S 2 


5/24/96 


A 


N 


H 2 


5/25/86 


c 


! N 


S 2 


5/26/86 


c 


N 


H 2 


5/27/86 


B 1' 


N 


S 2 


5/28/66 


C 


N 


S 2 


5/30/86 


C 


N 


S 2 


6/03/86 


A 1 


1 N 


S 2 


6/04/86 


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6/06/66 


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MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



S U B J E 



MEN JUMP IN CAR. STEAL PURSE. 
2 HEN ROB PIZ7A PARLOR. ESCAPE 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
APPARENTLY ARMED MAN ROBS CLEA 
TWO ARMED MEN HOLD UP RED LOBS 
PIZZA PARLOR ROBBED AGAIN 
GUNMAN ROBS DURHAM PIZZA FIRM, 
PIZZA RESTAURANT ROBBED 
RESTAURANT IS ROBBED 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
MAN ROBBED WHILE WALKING 
ARMED MEN ROB RESTAURANT 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ARMED a 
PURSE ROBBERY LEADS TO ARREST 
TWO ARMED MEN ROB CAPTAIN D'S 
GUNMAN HITS SOUTH SQUARE MALL 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
MAN CUT. ROBBED 

MAN SAYS HE WAS ROBBED AT KNIF 
ORANGE MAN CHARGEO WITH STEAKH 
EX-OFFICER CHARGED IN ARMED RO 
FRANKLIN ORANGE MYSTERY SUSPEC 
SUSPECT IN ORANGE DISAPPEARANC 
COREY FRANKLIN HELO IN ARMED R 
FORMER PSO SLASHES WRISTS; CON 
PnLICE. SHERIFF INVESTIGATE RO 
GUNMAN ROBS DURHAM GROCERY, ES 
ROBBER STRIKES STORE EMPLOYEE 
EX-OURHAM OFFICER, BROTHER I NO 
EX-OFFICER INDICTED IN RESTAUR 
STEREO THEFT INVESTIGATED 
MR. HOAGIE RESTAURANT IS »OBB? 

1 CHARGEO. 2 HURT IN SCUFFLE 
GUNMAN ROBS WINN-DIXIE STORE 
WOMEN ASK DIRECTIONS, ROB MAN 
GUNMAN ROBS STORE 

BURGLARS FORCE MAN INTO CLOSET 
MAN WITH PISTOL ROBS 16-YEAR-O 
LAWYER SEEKS PSYCHIATRIC HEARI 
COMPETENCY HEARING ASKED FOR |= 
MAN INDICTED IN APRIL DEATH 
MAN APRESTED ON ROBBERY CHARGE 
ROBBERIES PROBED; DRUG ARRESTS 
THREE ROBBERY VICTIMS ARE ARRE 
MnlORISTS REPORT ROBBERY 
SHOP CLERK ROBBED, THREATENED 
DURHAM TAXI ORIVER ROBBED AT < 
ROBBER GETS PIZZA, CASH FROM D 
ARMED MAN ROBS CHAPEL HILL ST. 
PIZZA DELIVERY ENOS IN ROBBERY 
THIEVES TAKE TOOLS FROM BUILOI 
FORMER OFFICER FACES INDICTMEN 
DURHAM MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 
ARREST IN ROBBERY OF UNIVERSIT 
GUNMAN ENTERS CAR, SHOOTS MAN, 
GUNMEN RUB MAN OF WATCH, CASH 
ARREST MADE IN DEC. 14 ROBBERY 
TWO STORES ROBBED AT SHOPPING 
MANGUM ARRESTED FOR ARMED ROB? 
STORE ROBBED BY MAN WITH KNIFE 
GUNMAN ROBS STORE OF 1120 
WESTERN SIZZLIN RESTAURANT R 0" 
GUNMAN POBS STATIDN 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
MINI MART CLERK SHOT AND KILLE 
MURDER SUSPECT FACES 2ND CHARG 
DURHAM MAN BEATEN, ROBBED WHIL 
BROWN CHARGEO WITH 4TTEMPTED A 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ROBBERY 
TWO PERSONS ROBBED AT BANKING 
MAN WITH SHOTGUN ROBS DURHAM S 
MANAGER THWARTS ROBBERY ATTEMP 
MAN, WOMAN CHARGED WITH ROBBER 
DEFENDANT IN ROBBERY TRIAL IDE 

2 ASSAULTED, ROBBED ON MAIN ST 
JURY TOLD TO KEEP MULLING HOLD 
11-1 DEAOLOCK EOS MCDOWELL'S I 
WOMAN ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT IN 
GUNMEN TAKE DRUGS, CASH FRUM P 
TWO 'SICK' GUNMEN ROB DURHAM P 
MAN SHOT AFTER REFUSING ROBBER 
GUILTY PLEA SPEEDS UP LONG WAI 
MAN WITH KNIFE ROBS STUOENT 
MAN WITH PISTOL ROBS PIZZA PAR 
PEPPI'S PIZZA ROBBED 

POLICE SEEK KIDNAPPER 

GUNMAN ROBS STORE 

MAN IS SOUGHT IN REPORTED A80J 

POLICE STILL SEEK MAN IN KIONA 

THIEF DECKS WOMAN, DASHES OFF 

SUSPECT IN ARMED ROBBERY SOUGH 

TWO GUNMEN ROB HEADS UP SALON 

MASKED GUNMAN ROBS CAFE 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPING 

2 MEN CHARGEO AFTER SERIES OF 

MAN WITH SHOTGUN ROBS CONVENIE 

GUNMAN POBS CLERK 

DURHAM THEATER MANAGER ROBBEO 

MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY OF ST 

TEENS ROB MAN NEAR HIS HOME 

MASKED GUNMAN ROBS COUPLE 



NERS 
TER 



RESTAURANT 
CAFETERIA 



EPOINT 

OUSE ROBBERY 

BBERY 

T 

ES TRIES TO COMMIT SUICIDE 

OBBERIES 

DITION REPORTED 'OK' TOOAY 

BRERIES 

CAPES 

ICTED 

ANT ROBBERIES 



WHO AIDS THEM 

, STEAL CASH 
LD EMPLOYEE 
NG FUR EX-PSO 
X-UFFICER 

S 

MADE 
STED 

WITH RAZOR 

NIFEPOINT 

ELIVERYMAN 

LAUNDRY 

NG SITE 

" IN MARIJUANA CASE 

MARKET 
GETS CASH 

OF DOMINO'S 
CENTERS 
ERY 





E 

E WALKING HOME FROM STORE 

kMED ROBBERY 

MACHINES 
TORE 



ATTEMPT 
NTIFIEO BY 



3 FAMILY MEMBERS 



UP CASE 

RMEO-ROBBERY CASE IN MISTRIAL 

CITY garage 

HARMACY 

HARMACY 

S' DEMANDS 

T FOR JUSTICE 

LOR 



CT ION 

PPING 

WITH HER POCKETBOOK 

T 



DURHAM, ORANGE CRIMES 
NCE STORE 



ARMED ROBBERY, N.C- 
SEE ALSO BANK RO 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY 
APOLOGY ANGERS 
CENTERVILLE ST 
POLICE OFFICER 
GUNMAN PICKED 
STUN GUN USED 
HENDERSON MAN 
OXFORD STORE R 
N.C. SUPREME C 
TWO FRANKLIN B 
1 KILLED, 2 HU 
FRANKLIN DEPUT 
ONE KILLEO, TW 
ROBBERY SUSPEC 
SUSPECT ARREST 
THIRD MAN ARRE 
DISCOURAGING R 
TWO HEN SENTEN 
MARKET "WNER L 
TWO HEN SOUGHT 
CUSTOMER. CLER 
WOMAN CHARGED 



BBERIES. N.C. 
N.C. 

ROBBERY, ASSAULT VICTIM 
OREKEEPER SLUGGED; HONEY AND PICKUP TRUCK STOLEN 

WOUNDED; ROBBERY SUSPECT KILLED 
WRONG HOUSE 

IN ROBBERY OF CLOTHING STORE 
GETS LIFE TERM 
OBBEO; MAN CHARGEO 

OURT REVERSES ALAMANCE MAN'S CONVICTION 
USINESSES ROBBED BY MAN WITH GUN 
RT DURING SHOOTING AT RESTAURANT 
IES SEEK ARMED ROBBER 
INJURED BY ROBBERS 
T ARRESTED IN N. Y. 
EO IN STEAK HOUSE SLAYING 
STED 

OBBERS PLAN OF RESTAURANTS 
CEO IN SHOOTING DEATH 
ANOS PUNCH, BUT NOT ROBBER 

IN PERSON ROBBERY 
K FOUND SHOT AT STORE 
IN STORE ROBBERY 



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8/11/86 


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8/12/86 


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8/14/86 


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8/18/86 


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8/25/86 


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8/27/86 


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9/05/86 


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10/20/86 


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H 2 


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11/09/86 


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i N 


S82 




S 2 


U/22/86 


B 


N 






S 2 


12/03/86 


A 


1 N 






H 2 


12/04/66 


C 


1 N 






S 2 


12/04/86 


A 


N 


885 




S 2 


12/04/66 


A 


> N 






S 1 


12/04/86 


c 


N 






S 2 


12/05/66 


B 


N 






S 2 


12/10/86 


C 


N 






H 2 


12/11/86 


B 


' D N 






H 2 


12/15/66 


B 


r n 






S 1 


12/16/86 


A ( 


. N 






S 2 


12/18/86 


A 


' N 






H 2 


12/19/86 


B 


N 


X52 




S 2 


12/22/66 


C 


N 






S 7 


12/23/86 


A 


> N 






S 2 


12/26/86 


c 


N 






H 2 


12/27/66 


c 


N 






S 2 


12/27/86 


c 


N 






S 2 


12/29/86 


c 


N 







H 2 


1/U2/86 


A 


h 


N 


H 1 


1/10/86 


B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/21/86 


A 


III 


N 


H 2 


2/01/66 


A 


8 


N 


H 2 


2/06/86 


h 


H 


N 


H 2 


2/15/86 


(. 


( 


N 


H 1 


2/15/86 


(. 


1 


N 


H 1 


2/19/86 


B 


S 


N 046 


H 1 


3/01/66 


r. 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/03/86 


A 


1 


N 


S 7 


3/03/66 


(, 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/04/86 


A 


1 


N 


H 1 


3/08/86 


r 


/ 


N 


H 2 


3/11/86 


r. 


1 / 


N 


H 2 


3/20/86 


H. 


( 


N 


H 1 


3/21/86 


H 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/23/86 


A 


14 


N 


H 1 


5/31/86 


( 


4 


N 


H 1 


7/08/86 


I. 


1 


N 


H 2 


8/11/86 


H 


7 


N 


H 1 


8/15/66 


B 


1 


N 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



ARREST LEADS TO CHARGES IN RALEIGH 

WOMAN BEATEN, LOCKED IN TRUNK 

SUSPECT'S DEATH BELIEVED SUICIDE 

CHARLOTTE MURDER SUSPECT SURRENDERS 

MAN SOUGHT IN OXFORD ROBBERY 

GASTONIA BOY, 1*,, CHARGEO WITH KIDNAPPING WOMAN 

GUNMAN ROBS OXFORD DRUG STORE 

ARMEO MAN ROBS STORE AT MEBANE 

THREE GET MAXIMUM SENTENCES AFTER PLEADING GUILTY IN SLAYING 

MAN WITH SHOTGUN PULLS TWO ROBBERIES 

MAN CHARGED IN OXFORD HOLDUP 

FRANKLINTON MAYOR INJURED bY ARMEO ROBBFRS 

PIZZA HUT ROBBED IN VANCE COUNTY 

CHARLOTTE MAN CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERIES 

GUNMAN ROBS MCDONALD'S IN OXFORD 

SHOTS FIRFD AT PATROLMAN OUR IN G SEARCH FOR SUSPECT 

ESCAPED PRISONER DIES OF GUNSHOT 

MAN WITH SAWEO-OFF SHOTGUN TAKES VEHICLES 

ARMED ROBBERY, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, ORANGE COUNTY 

WARRANT IS ISSUED IN OUTLET ROBBERY 

ARMEO MEN ROB MCDONALO'S 

GUNMAN TRIPS SELF, HOSTAGE AFTER ROBBERY 

SUSPECT SOUGHT IN ROBBERY 

2 MEN CHARGED AFTER SERIES OF DURHAM, OPANGE CRIMES 

DURHAM MAN HELD IN ORANGE COU'l TY ON 1250,000 BONO 

ARMED ROBBERY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, U.S. 

DUKE PROF SAYS ROBBERY DEATHS DROP 

ARMITAGE SHANKS GROUP LTD. 

COMPANY CLOSES MOORESVILLE PLANT 

ARMS SALE 

SEE ALSO MILITARY AID ITO FOREIGN COUNTRIESI 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

SAUDI ARMS SALE (CARTOON) 

ARMS ACROSS CENTRAL AMERICA 

MEOIA ACTS IRRESPONSIBLY 

PRESIDENT REAGAN'S DEAL SHAMEFUL CONTRADICTION 

IRAN GETS THE AR MS . . .C AP I TOL HILL GETS THE HEAD (CARTOONI 

...I'M NOT A PRESIDENT, BUT I PLAY ONE ON TELEVISION... (CARTOONI 

PRESIDENT SHOULD AOMIT HIS ACTIONS WERE WRONG 

THE GREAT AMERICAN SMOKE -OUT /T HE GREAT AMERICAN SMOKE-SCREEN (CARTOONI 

...WE HAVE NEVER. ..FXCHANGEO ARMS FOR HOSTAGES'... (CARTOONI 

TEFLON HAS BEEN SCRATCHEO 

THE SCAPE-TURKEY. (CARTOONI 

MEDIA ENDANGER HOSTAGES 

WHAT OID THE PRESIOENT KNOW AM WHEN DID HE KNOW IT? (CARTOONI 

N.C. CONGRESSMAN CALLS ARMS SALES DISCLOSURES INCREDIBLE 

OEAL WITH IRAN COSTS REAGAN PUBLIC'S FAITH 

REAGAN SHOULD CONFESS 

REAGAN UNDOING HIMSELF 

CHIEF OF STAFF (CARTOONI 

PRESIDENT REAGAN SHOULD BE APPLAUDED 

IRAN SCANDAL'S IMPACT ON STAT= POLITICS UNCERTAIN 

PRESIOENT OF THE UNITED STATES: NOLO COMMENT ICARTOONI 

WHO'S HANDLING FOREIGN POLICY? 

REAGAN MAKES IT TOUGH TO TRUST LEADERS 

THE PRESS NIBBLES AT REAGAN: "EEK! SHARK ATTACK!" (CARTOONI 

FIND A PEACEFUL SOLUTION 

PEOPLE ARE WAKING UP 

TAKING 'FIFTH' IS NO SIN 

OON'T RENEGE ON CONTRAS 

REAGAN AS SANTA CLAUS DELIVERING CONTRA AID (CARTOONI 

HAS PRESIOENT LOST HIS COMPETENCE? 

U.S. LAWS LIRCUMVENTEO 

IRAN AFFAIR RAISES QUESTIONS 

YELLOW JOURNALISTS RELY ON HALF-TRUTHS 

WHO'S A FLUNKY? 

NOT ANOTHER VIETNAM? 

FOCUS ON OTHER THINGS 

I'LL TAKE THE FIFTH... I'LL TAKE THE FIFTH... (CARTOONI 

GIMME AN I!... (CARTOONI 

NO FXCUSE FOR 'FIFTH- 
IMMUNITY WOULD HELP IN SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH 

DEMOCRATS ARE CAUTIOUS 

I AM WILLING TO COOPERATE FULLY AT AN APPROPRIATE TIME... (CARTOONI 

MOST ENJOY THE PAT RACE 

DANIEL ORTEGA THROWS OBJECT AT REAGAN (CARTOONI 

RELEASE OF HASENFUS WAS PROPAGANDA COUP 

TO CONTRAS (CARTOONI 

EDMISTEN MAY GET POSITION IN SENATE PROBE 

EDMISTEN BEING CONSIDERED FOR SENATE COMMITTEE POST 

CHEERLEAOERS HURT REAGAN 

TWO MEN FROM N.C. REMAIN IN BRAZILIAN JAIL 

A COMBAT-TESTEO EXPERT 

ARMY 

SEE U.S. ARMY 

SEE WEST POINT (U.S. ARMY ACADEMYI 

ARMY, RECRUITING 

SEE MILITARY, RECRUITING 



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10/30/86 


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10/30/86 


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11/03/86 


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11/04/86 


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11/09/86 


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11/13/86 


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ARMY CORPS OF ENG 
GETTING DEEP 
JORDAN POAI 
CORPS LIFTS 
SHOOTING RAN 
CORPS SHOULD 
VIRGINIA OKS 
EAGLE STUDY 
WILDLIFE OFF 
CHATHAM REAO 
CHATHAM MAY 
CORPS APPARE 
CORPS LEANIN 
HATTE'AS LIG 
AGENCIES QUE 
COBEY, N.C 
CORPS OF ENG 
FALLS LAKE 
RALEIGH, COP 
FALLS LAKE 
STUDY PLANNF 
WATER WOES: 
PLANS FOR JO 
DEVELOPER TO 
WELLONS FINE 
N.C. OUESTIO 
THE MIsGAUGE 
VA. CITY TEL 
JORDAN LAKE 



IMEERS 

: CORPS OF ENGINE C RS, DEVELOPERS AT ODDS OVER NEUSE... 

BAN PLANS DROPPED 

BOAT BAN ON LAKE NEAR EAGLES 

GF PLANS AT JORDAN LAKE MUST AWAIT STUOY OF EAGLE ROOST AREA 

RECONSIDER ITS MASTER PLAN 

PIPELINE DESIGN PACT 
AN IDEA WHOSE T I MF HAS COME 
ICIALS KEEP CLOSE WATCH ON TSEY°URN 

TO STOP PATROLS AT JORDAN LAKE 
STOP PATROLS OF J3R0AN LAKE CAMP SITES 
NTLY ACTS TO PRESERVE LAKE LANDS 
G AGAINST DURHAM PARK AT LAKE 
HTHOUSE SHOULD NOT BE MOVED 

STION RED MILL PROJECT'S EFFECT ON WILOLIFE 
OFFICIALS TOUR JORDAN LAKE 

1NEERS WILMINGTON DISTRICT TO GST NEW COMMANDER ON JULY 2 
ECISION DUE SOON 

PS SIGN PACT ON FALLS LAKE WATER 
ATER TO GO TO RALE IGH 
D OF BALD EAGLES AT TWO LAKES 
OANGER RISES AS LAKES FALL 
RDAN DA< TURBINES CALL FOR GENERATION ON CORPS' SCHEDULE 

PAY FINE 
OVER PRICE OF LAKE LAND 

NS EFFECTS UPSTREAM OF PROPOSED PIPELINE 
D LAKE 

LS N.C. NOT TO BE STINGY WITH WATER 
ATTRACTIVE TO EAGLES 



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11/15/86 


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11/22/86 


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11/22/86 


A 


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11/23/86 


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1 1/25/66 


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11/25/86 


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11/25/86 


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11/26/86 


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11/28/86 


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12/03/86 


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12/03/66 


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12/06/86 


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12/09/86 


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12/09/86 


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12/10/86 


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12/10/86 


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12/11/66 


A 


A 




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2 


12/12/86 


A 


A 




L 




2 


12/12/86 


A 


A 




L 




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12/15/86 


A 


A 




L 




2 


12/15/86 


A 


A 




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12/15/86 


A 


A 




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12/15/86 


A 


A 




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12/16/86 


A 


A 


T 


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12/18/86 


A 


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12/19/86 


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12/25/86 


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12/26/66 


A 


A 




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12/26/86 


c 


1 




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2 


12/30/66 


A 


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H 2 


1/17/66 


A 


M N 


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S 2 


1/27/86 


A 


M N 




H 2 


1/28/86 


C 


M N 




H 1 


2/11/86 


B 


N 


046 


H 2 


2/25/86 


A 


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S 2 


3/0A/86 


A 


N 




S 2 


3/12/86 


A 


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S 2 


3/13/86 


A 


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M06 


H 1 


A/1 1/86 


B 


N 


046 


S 2 


A/11/86 


C 


N 




H 2 


A/1A/86 


A 


N 


M97 


S 2 


4/14/66 


C 


N 


M06 


S 2 


4/23/86 


A ' 


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H 2 


5/17/86 


c 


N 


M<97 


H 2 


6/04/96 





N 




H 1 


6/07/86 


c 


N 




H 2 


6/10/86 


c 


N 


H60 


H 2 


6/28/86 


c 


N 


H60 


S 2 


6/28/86 


A 1 


N 




H 1 


7/10/86 


6 


N 


H60 


H 2 


7/11/86 


B 


N 




H 2 


7/30/96 


B 


> N 


M97 


S 2 


8/05/86 


A 


N 




H 2 


8/06/66 


C 1 


3 N 




H .1 


8/07/86 


B 


N 




H 2 


6/20/86 


A 


t L 




H 2 


8/20/86 


B 


» N 




S 2 


9/09/96 


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MONTHLY/A 



SUBJECTS 



DEBATE SWIRLS AROUND N.C. LIGHTHOUSE 

RULING EXPECTED SOON ON ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY 

PROTECTING THE RIVER 

^S?S S TSncI N 5i^lf RS JCCEPTS CITY PLANS FOR LAKE RECREATION 
SWAP THOSE TREES. HELP OUT THE FISH 

ARMY RESERVE OFFICER'S TRAINING CORPS 
SEE U.S. ARMY 
SEE U.S. ARMY RFSERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 

AROUNO-THE-WORLO TRIPS 

SEE ALSO TOURISM, INTERNATIONAL 
THE CRIME OF APATHY 

ARROW AIR 

595? 5? YS MILITARY SHOULD INSPECT AIRCRAFT IT CHARTERS 
FAILURE OPENS DOOR TO LONDON 

ARSON, OURHAM 

SEE ALSO FIRE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 

FIRE APPEARS INTENTIONALLY SET 

CAUSE OF ALABAMA AVE. FIRE PROBEO 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH ARSON 

WATSON FACES ARSON CHARGE 

2ND ATTEMPT MAOE TO BURN CAR 

THANKS TO OFFICERS 

ARSON IS SUSPECTED IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM FIRE 

MANPOWER ADEQUATE AT DOWNTOWN FIRE 

PANEL OKS CONCRETE-FIRM PLAN f D« PLANT ON ANGIER AVENUE 

OFFICIALS STILL AWAITING SBI CONCLUSION ON FIRE 

OURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

IS ARSON CASE STILL OPEN? 

ARSON ARREST MAOE 

FATAL BLAZE 10 YEARS AGO STILL CAUSES ANGUISH. ANGER 

ARSON CASE NEEDS ASSESSMENT BY SBI 

CHURCH GROUP SEEKS ATTORNEY GFNERAL PROBE IN WOMAN'S ARSON CASE 

ARSON MULLED AS FIRE CAUSE 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS ARSON CONVICTION 

ARSON CONVICTION UPHELD 

YOUTH FACES CHARGE OF ARSON TP Y AT HUME 

WOMAN'S ARSON CONVICTION CALLED UNJUST 

°. E 5JI E CF MRS ' BULLOCK'S ARSON CONVICTION SOUGHT 

JUDGE ORDERS MRS. BULLOCK TO BEGIN SERVING SENTENCE 

VIGIL IS HELD FOR MRS. BULLOCK 

MINISTER TO FAST UNTIL MRS. BULLOCK FREED 

WOMAN ACCUSEO OF EMBEZZLEMENT ALSO FACING ARSON CHAR&F 

POLICE CHARGE WOMAN WITH BURNING HOME 

DURHAM WOMAN CHARGED WITH ARSON IN HOUSE FIRE 

DETECTIVE SAYS FOUR FIRES SET 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN FIRE THAT KILLEO LITTLE GIRL 

PROBE CONTINUES IN FATAL HOUSE FIRE 
MAN SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS FOR ARSON 
MAN GETS 5 YEARS FOR SETTING FIRE 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

ARSON, N.C. 

SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C. 

ABORTION CLINIC FIRES IN CHARLOTTE, 

FIVE ACCUSEO OF ATTEMPTED ARSON 

MAN CHARGED WITH UNLAWFUL BURNING 

TEEN SENTENCED IN BURNING CASE 

MAN CHARGED WITH SETTING FIRES 

ARSONISTS CONTINUE TO PLAGUE FIELOS, 

T?£j„J9HF FIRE S TAKE DAY OFF; ARSON SUSPECTED IN~8~0F in"BLAZES~ 

TERRORISTS, ARSONISTS SHARE IN COWARDICE ■="»"■> ur I-LAitl 

MAN GETS 12-YEAR SENTENCE FOR BURNING CHURCH 

arsWarge""^ HITH SETTING forest fire 

ARSON SPREADING IN U.S. FORESTS 

LET'S BURN SOME ARSONISTS 

POSSIBLE ARSON AND TWO BREAK-INS PEPORTED 

ARSON IS SUSPECTED IN HENDERSON BLAZE 

ROXBORO MAN HELD CN FFLONY 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN LOUNGE FIRE 

WOMAN IS CONVICTED OF BURNING HER BABY 

FIRE OFFICIALS CALL FAYFTTEVILLE BAR BLAZE ARSON 

WOMAN WHO BURNEO SON GETS 2 LIFE SENTENCES 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH SETTING FIRES 

THREE CARS, TRUCK SET AFIRE 

FIRE DESTROYS ANOTHER APPLE PACKING PLANT 

FAYETTEVILLE TAVERN MANAGER IS CHARGEO 

FIRE AT ORPHANAGE DESTROYS BUILDING 

ORPHANAGE RESIDENT CHARGEO 

!a R To*$r Si5SiL R s F BS5?c.8.= H i!!?i" C4SE 0F FR4NKL,N WDM4N 

CONVICTED KILLER'S FARM HIT BY ARSON FOR SECOND TIME 
19111952^11 'Sf HI SOUGHT IN SLAYING ARRESTED IN FLORIDA 
FIREFIGHTERS FIND STABBED MAN IN BURNING HOUSE 
VANDALS SET FIRES AT WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY CAMPUS 

ARSON, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FIRES, U.S. 

ARSON SPREADING IN U.S. FORESTS 

ART 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN ART 

SEE ALSO AFRO-AMERICAN ART 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, ART 

SEE ALSO COLLAGE 

SEE ALSO FRESCO 

SEE ALSO PAINTINGS 

GUILD WCRKS TO INCLUDE ALL 

HER POSTCARDS TAKE 'YECCHH' 



OHIO STUDIEO FOR LINKS 



FORESTS OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA 



OUT UF LEARNING ART 

ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO AUCTIONS 

ART AUCTION IS APRIL 5 

VOLUNTEER GROUP SEEKS APT OBJECTS 

EYE CENTER NAMES ART AUCTION CHAIRMEN 

i. I .95?„?. U ?n DN SUNDAY FEATURES ART, FASHION 

AUL T ION ITEMS 

*g J^jyCT ION TO FEATURE SALE OF BLANK CANVAS 

?!r EFI J, AUCTI0N T0 INCLUDE DRAWING BY PICASSO 

"'AUCTION TO BENEFIT THE DUKE EYE CENTER 

!fARS C ^IN? U FOR°5u^ K lY^ R C T ESViR IONG4L4 

aL L I B ?}E T 'c E E S NTE 4 R T AUC N T. P S TLI&HT 4T EYE BENEFIT 
ART EDUCATION 

THEY BUILT THIS CITY WITH 'MILE OF BOXES- 
ART EXHIBITIONS. DURHAM 

FIVE SHOWS WILL OPEN ON WEEKEND 

SCULPTURE, PHOTO shows OPENING 



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7 N W60 



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H 2 3/28/86 B 
S 2 9/01/86 A 



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1/01/86 C 


8 


N 




S 2 


1/01/66 C 


8 


N 




H 2 


2/01/66 A 




N 




S 2 


2/03/86 A 




N 




S 2 


2/05/66 A 




N 




H 2 


2/20/66 A 




L 




H 2 


4/02/66 A 




N 


M51 


S 2 


4/02/86 A 




P N 


T85 


S 2 


4/02/R6 C 




P N 


M69 


S 2 


<i/06/B6 C 




N 


T85 


H 2 


4/14/86 B 




N 




H 2 


4/17/86 A 




L 




H 2 


5/21/86 C 




N 




H 2 


6/15/66 A 




N 


A54 


H 2 


6/19/86 A 




E 




H 2 


6/21/86 C 




N 


S82 


S 2 


6/28/86 A 




N 




H 2 


3/06/86 C 


10 


N 




S 2 


8/06/86 A 




N 




5 2 


9/01/86 C 




N 




S 2 


9/02/86 C 




N 




H 2 


9/03/66 A 




P N 




H 2 


9/18/86 D 




P N 




S 2 


9/13/86 C 




N 


T85 


S 2 


9/19/86 C 




N 


H70 


H 2 


9/26/86 A 


17 


N 




S 2 


10/08/86 C 




N 




H 2 


10/09/R6 B 




N 




H 2 


10/26/86 C 




N 




H 2 


11/20/66 B 




N 




S 2 


11/20/86 C 




N 


Td5 


H 2 


12/10/86 C 




N 


S82 


S 2 


12/10/66 B 


5 


N 




H 2 


12/29/86 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/04/86 A 


S 


N 




H 1 


1/24/86 E 


4 


N 




H 1 


1/28/66 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


3/06/66 A 


15 


N 




H 2 


3/29/86 A 


a 


N 




S 2 


4/04/66 C 


6 


N 




H 2 


4/06/86 C 


3 


N 




S 2 


4/08/86 A 


4 


E 




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4/10/86 A 


19 


N 




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4/1T/86 A 


17 


N 




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N 




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5/17/86 A 


10 


N 




H 2 


5/27/86 A 


4 


E 




H 2 


7/09/86 B 


s 


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7/29/86 B 


I 


N 




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7/31/66 C 


12 


N 




H 2 


8/27/86 


5 


N 




H 2 


8/29/86 A 


10 


N 




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8/29/86 A 


14 


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8/31/86 C 


7 


N 




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9/20/86 C 


2 


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9/26/66 A 


1 1 


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10/03/66 A 


10 


N 




H 2 


10/13/86 B 


1 


N 




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10/14/86 B 


8 


N 




S 2 


10/16/86 A 


15 


N 




H 2 


10/23/86 A 


9 


N 




H 2 


11/04/86 B 


4 


N 




H 2 


12/09/36 C 


14 


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H 2 


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H 2 5/17/86 A 10 



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MONTHLY/4 



I N D E X 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PACE 50 
1/09/87 



NCCU SHOWS DURHAM PUPILS" ARTWORK 

AL FREGA'S OUTLANDISH SCULPTUPE MAKES BELIEVERS 

•HICROSCAPES* EXHIBIT OPENS AT SCIENCE MUSEUM 

■INVISIBLE FORCE' PERMEATES MUSEUM'S HIGH-TECH ART 

MUSEUM'S CHOICE: VOUNG ARTISTS' SHOW WORK AT NCCU 

GUILD FOURSOME OPENING SUNDAY 

WILLIAMS HOUSE OPENS BOLIVIAN ARTIFACTS SHOW 

NCCU TO SHOW GEOFFREY HOLDER PAINTINGS 

SLOAN PRINTS ON EXHIBIT AT 0U< E 

'GEOFFREY HOLDER: PAINTER" 

BIGGER THAN LIFE: MUSEUM OF LIFE C SCIENCE'S NEWEST EXHIBIT... 

BEARDEN EXHIBIT A GREAT COUP FOR C ENT EK/GALL ER Y 

SUNDAY RECEPTION OPENS HOLDER EXHIBITION 

GERMAN MASTERPIECES AT N.C. MUSEUM 

FROM HOLDER. WAITING WOMEN. ORAPED WITH COLOR 

TWO SHOWS OPEN SUNDAY AT DURHAM ART GUILD 

'SPECIAL' ART SHOW WILL BE HELD THIS WEEKEND 

DUKE CHAPEL HOSTS FIRST ART SHOW 

BIRTHRIGHTS. BLOOO RITES: ART. ..ON DISPLAY IN THE OUKE CHAPEL 

CENTER/GALLERY OPENS PAIR OF FXHIBITS TODAY 

EXHIBIT RUNS THROUGH APRIL 4 

WEAVERS FESTIVAL OPENS SATURDAY IN CHAPEL HILL 

OUKE OPEN STUDIO EXHIBIT SET 

AMERICAN WOMAN BRINGS PAPYRUS ART FROM EGYPT WITH LOVE 

•AFTERNOON OF ART' PLANNED 

ART EVENT HONORS FRANKLINS. SLOANE 

A MEETING OF METAPHYSICAL MINOS 

OE CHIRICO GETS RECONSIDERATION 

EDITH LONDON HAS RALEIGH EXHIBIT 

OLD ART MEDIA TAKEN IN MEW WAYS 

CRAFT GALLERY HAS OPEN HOUSE 

POLITICS. PUNKS HANOLEO WELL IN OUKE ART SHOWS 

OIL-SPOT GLAZING GETS SPOTLIGHT IN POTTERY EXHIBITION 

PHOTOS CAPTURE HOLLYWOOD'S PAST 

ART ENTRIES SOUGHT 

DUKE SHOW A TOUR OF ORIENTAL CERAMIC HISTORY 

•THROUGH THE MAIL* 

AT ART GUILO. NEW ICONS AND THE TRIANGLE SCENE 

ART GUILO MEMBERS' SHOW OPENS AT LAKEWOOD 

JOURNEY TO RUSSIA INSPIRED FANTASIES OF LOUISBURG ARTIST 

OUKE DISPLAYS SPENCER LFGACY 

•CARLVISION' PHOTOS NOT YOUR USUAL BABY SHOTS 

SOMERHILLi ARTSCHOOL OPEN SHOWS 

TUAN EXHIBIT HELD AT BAKERY 

FESTIVAL FOR THF END: SEE PHOTOS; VOLUNTEER 

GUILD HAS NEW SHOW, NEW SPACE 

PHOTOS FEATURE FESTIVAL FOLK 

REALISM BASE FOR FANTASIES 

OUKE ART MUSEUM TO FEATURE 18TH-CENTURY WORKS 

DURHAM PIANIST HAS WATERCOLOR SHOW 

THE MANY MASKS OF FREOERICA HALL 

ART GUILO RECEPTION IS SUNDAY 

■SPENCER YEARS' SHOWS THAT DUKE HAS FRIENDS 

PHOTOS CAPTURE HOLLYWOOD'S PAST 

ENTHUSIASM FALTEREO FOR CARRBORO WATER SHOW 

DUKE'S SHOW RICH SAMPLE OF PIRANESl'S ART INTERESTS 

SIX EXHIBITS SET IN B I V I NS FOR 1986-67 

N.C. ART MUSEUM PLANS BUSY FALL 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

CLAY ART, PUSHED IDEAS AT GUILD 

DUKE PREVIEWS WORK OF WOMEN ARTISTS BOUND FOR NATIONAL MUSEUM 

SWISS 'FORMULAS' ON DISPLAY AT OUKE 

ART SHOW TWO WOMEN'S STORY 

NCCU ART OPENING HONORS 460,000 BENEFACTURS 

ART EXHIBIT CONFIRMS THEMES 

PHOTO EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT DUKE 

SHOWS PROVE ABSTRACT ART STILL MOVES, SATISFIES 

ART RECEPTION SALUTES EXHIBITION ANO PATRONS 

WOMEN IN THE ARTS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

OF DANCERS, LAND, FEET, HANDS 

ART GUILD OPENS JURIED SHOW 

PHOTO EXHIBITION OPENS AT OUKF 

WINNERS ANNOUNCED 

JUOGE TO FEATURE LANDSCAPE ARTISTS 

GUILD EXHIBIT CHOICES EX PR E S SI ON I ST I C , BOLD 

RAINBOW SHOWS CRAFTS FROM CHILE 

JUOGE GALLERY OPENS NORMAN ROCKWELL EXHIBIT 

NATIVE AMERICANS' ART RAISES ISSUE OF SURVIVAL 

•LIFE AS I WOULD LIKE IT TO BE...' 

•TYPICAL ROCKWELLS* FOR N.C. CHRISTMAS 

LIBRARIES HAVE KWANZAA SHOW 

ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ARTISTS, N.C. 

FIVE SHOWS WILL OPEN ON WEEKENO 

SENG FAMILY A° T EXHIBIT OPENED WITH RECEPTION 

UNC TO EXHIBIT SCULPTOR'S NEW WORK 

ACQUISITION SHOW EXHIBITS STRENGTH OF UNC ' S ACKLANO 

•HEAVENLY VISIONS' 

HEAVENLY VISIONS AT N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

NCCU SHOWS DURHAM PUPILS' ARTWORK 

•FIGURATIVE PAINTING' AT N.C. MUSEUM 

ACKLAND EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON FOLK ARTISTS AS INDIVIDUALS 

•MICROSCAPES' EXHIBIT OPENS AT SCIENCE MUSEUM 

OLD INSPIRATION MEETS NEW FORMS IN SCULPTURES 

GERMAN EXPRESSIONIST EXHIBITION COMING 

WILLIAMS HOUSE OPENS BOLIVIAN ARTIFACTS SHOW 

ACKLAND SHOW EMPHASIZES N.C. 'FOLK' AND THEIR ART 

GERMAN MASTERPIECES AT N.C. MUSEUM 

EXHIBITS SHOW GALLERIES' ROLE 

CENTER/GALLERY OPENS PAIR OF EXHIBITS TODAY 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

SLOAN PRINTS A SLICE OF UNVARNISHED AMERICANA 

CLOTH. STITCHES MAKE HIGH ART 

ACTS OF FAITH: N.C. ARTIST MINNIE EVANS. 95 . REVISITS 'OLD FRIENDS' 

SOVIET ARTIST HAS UNC SHOW 

ECITH LONDON HAS RALEIGH EXHIBIT 

OLD ART MEDIA TAKEN IN NEW WAYS 

TO FREEOOM WITH A CLEAR CONSCIENCE 

ARTIST BOB BLAKE: SHADES OF THINGS PAST 

ANNI ALBERS AT ACKLAND: THE FABRIC OF MODERN LIFE 

OIL-SPOT GLAZING GETS SPOTLIGHT IN POTTERY EXHIBITION 

SHE HOPES HER DINOSAURS WILL LAST FOR 200 YEARS 

ART EXHIBITS ARE HORROR SHOWS 

TAPESTRIES, STAR PORTRAITS GO ON SHOW IN DURHAM 

'REMARKABLE' FRENCH SHOW TO VISIT N.C. ART MUSEUM 

HILLSBOROUGH ART IN CHAPEL HILL 

NANCY SPERO NOT ANGRY ANYMORE 

CENTER/GALLERY OPENS STATEWIOE CONTEST EXHIBIT 

SUBTLETY AND BEAUTY IMPRESS IN ALBERS EXHIBITION 

WEAVER'S OLO IDEAS SHOW NEW FREEDOM 

OIL, SYMBOL COMEBACK THEME IN RALEIGH SHUW 

•GAUCHE* EVENT SET AT N.C. MUSEUM OF ART 

SCULPTOR. FORMER DURHAM TEACHER, HAS RETROSPECTIVE IN W I NS TON- S ALE M 

CENTER TO SHOW ART WURKS BY K1BERT H. POE 





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1/24/86 


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1/24/86 C 


1 


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J13 


S 2 


1/30/86 D 


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P F 


B71 


H 2 


1/31/86 D 


14 


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H 2 


2/07/86 D 


10 


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2/07/86 D 


12 


P N 




S 2 


2/10/86 B 


3 


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S 2 


2/13/86 


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(66 


H 2 


2/14/86 


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H 2 


2/14/86 


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2/21/86 D 


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H 2 


2/21/B6 D 


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G68 


H 2 


2/28/86 D 


14 


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S 2 


3/04/86 A 


6 


P N 


G59 


S 2 


3/06/86 D 


2 


P N 




H 2 


3/07/86 D 


1 


P F 


W66 


H 2 


3/07/86 D 


1 1 


N 




S 2 


3/13/86 C 


2 


N 




H 2 


3/14/86 D 


11 


N 




S 2 


3/17/86 C 


8 


N 




S 2 


3/20/86 


1 


P F 


871 


S 2 


3/20/86 


3 


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H 2 


3/21/86 


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N 




S 2 


3/27/86 D 


5 


P N 


G59 


H 2 


3/29/86 D 


9 


N 


G6B 


H 2 


4/04/86 D 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/04/86 D 


7 


P U 


G68 


H 2 


4/11/86 D 


2 


N 




H 2 


4/18/86 D 


10 


R 


G69 


H 2 


4/18/86 D 


12 


N 




S 2 


4/24/86 D 


8 


P N 




S 2 


4/24/86 


12 


N 




H 2 


5/07/86 D 


8 


P u 


G69 


S 2 


5/08/86 


4 


P N 


871 


H 2 


5/23/86 D 


9 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


6/06/86 


10 


P N 




H 2 


6/13/86 


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P R 


G6A 


H 2 


6/13/86 


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G09 


H 2 


6/13/86 D 


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P R 


W66 


H 2 


6/20/86 


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N 


G09 


S 2 


6/23/96 C 


4 


N 




S 2 


6/26/86 D 


2 


D N 




S 2 


6/26/86 D 


4 


P N 


B7I 


H 2 


6/27/86 D 


2 


P N 




H 2 


6/27/86 


3 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


7/02/86 B 


1 


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7/04/86 D 


3 


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H 2 


7/1 1/B6 D 


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W66 


H 2 


7/11/86 D 


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7/11/86 D 


3 


P U 


G68 


S 2 


7/24/86 D 


14 


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H 2 


7/25/96 


9 


R 


G68 


H 2 


9/01/86 


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P R 


G68 


H 2 


8/08/86 


8 


N 




S 2 


8/21/86 D 


4 


P N 




H 2 


8/22/B6 D 


6 


P N 




H 2 


8/22/96 


9 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


8/26/66 B 


12 


N 


80 


S 2 


9/1 1/86 


7 


P F 




H 2 


9/19/86 


s 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


9/26/86 


12 


N 




H 2 


10/03/86 A 


4 


L 




S 2 


10/06/86 C 


4 


N 




H 2 


10/10/86 D 


4 


R 


G68 


H 2 


10/14/86 B 


2 


U 


H45 


S 2 


10/16/86 D 


1 


P F 


B71 


H 2 


10/24/96 


9 


P F 




H 2 


10/24/86 


1 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


11/14/86 


8 


P N 




H 2 


11/16/86 C 


6 


N 




S 2 


11/20/86 


3 


P N 




H 2 


11/28/86 


9 


N 




H 2 


11/28/66 


11 


P U 


G6B 


H 2 


12/05/96 


4 


N 




H 2 


12/12/86 D 


10 


N 




H 2 


12/12/66 


12 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


12/19/86 D 


1 


P F 




H 2 


12/19/86 


2 


P F 


W66 


H 2 


12/19/86 D 


4 


P N 




H 2 


1/03/86 


5 


N 




H 2 


1/07/86 B 


2 


P U 


H45 


H 3 


1/08/86 b 


1 


N 




H 2 


1/10/86 D 


5 


P R 


G68 


S 2 


1/16/86 D 


7 


P N 




H 2 


1/17/B6 D 


1 


P N 


W66 


H 2 


1/17/66 


8 


N 




H 2 


1/17/86 D 


1 1 


N 




H 2 


1/24/86 


1 


P N 


W66 


H 2 


1/24/86 D 


7 


N 




H 2 


1/31/66 D 


12 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


1/31/86 D 


13 


N 




H 2 


2/07/66 D 


10 


N 




S 2 


2/13/86 D 


4 


P N 


r,59 


H 2 


2/21/86 


3 


N 




H 2 


2/28/86 


1 5 


P R 


G6B 


H 2 


3/07/66 


11 


N 




H 2 


3/14/86 


6 


P N 




H 2 


3/14/86 D 


10 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


3/21/86 D 


5 


P R 


G68 


S 2 


3/2 7/86 


1 


F 


B71 


H 2 


3/28/86 D 


7 


N 




H 2 


4/04/86 D 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/04/86 


7 


P U 


G68 


S 2 


4/10/86 


1 


P F 


B71 


S 2 


4/17/86 


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P F 


B71 


H 2 


4/18/96 D 


I 


P F 


W66 


H 2 


4/18/66 


12 


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H 2 


4/23/86 8 


1 


P F 


HOI 


H 2 


4/25/86 D 


10 


P R 


G68 


H 2 


4/25/86 D 


11 


N 




H 2 


5/02/86 D 


8 


P N 




H 2 


5/02/66 D 


9 


N 




H 2 


5/09/86 D 


9 


P N 


G68 


H 2 


5/09/86 D 


11 


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H 2 


5/09/86 D 


12 


N 


G68 


H 2 


5/16/86 D 


9 


P R 


G6B 


H 2 


5/16/86 


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5/22/86 D 


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5/24/66 C 


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MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



1 N E X 
12/31/86 



FACCINTO SHOW BIZARRE IN THE SOUTHERN MANNER 

FRENCH PAINTINGS GO ON VIEW 

CHRYSLER EXHIBITION REFLECTS GREAT PARISIAN YEARS OF ART 

ART GUILD MEMBERS* SHOW OPENS AT LAKEWOOO 

ACKLAND ART EXHIBIT TO FEATURE ARTISTS' PORTRAITS 

DUKE DISPLAYS SPENCER LEGACY 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

FESTIVAL FRANCAIS 

ARTIST SHOWS CHANGE IN C EN TER/ GALL ERY EXHIBIT 

SOMERHILL, ARTSCHOOL OPEN SHOWS 

FRESSON PRINTS OPEN AT NCSU 

SUMMARY SHOW AT ACKLAND 

ART SHOW SCHEDULED IN PERSON COUNTY 

ARTSCHOOL OPENS "WAYS OF SEEING' PHOTO SHOW 

WOOD SCULPTURES AND TIN OBJECTS ON VIEW AT W I N S TON- SALE M GALLERY 

GIACOMETTI'S WORKS WILL BE AT MINT 

THE NEON LIGHTS ARE BRIGHT AT GREEN HILL 

ENTHUSIASM FALTERED FOR CARRB1R0 WATER SHOW 

ARTISTS SHARE 'PRIVATE VISIONS' 

N.C. INDIAN ART SHOW OPENS 

GALLERY CHANGES TO GET ATTENTION 

ART GUILD OPENS TWO SHOWS AT LAKEWOOD SUNOAY 

ART EXHIBITS SCHEDULED AT THREE UNC BUILDINGS 

£y£XI2 r !M C „ISf„?§5 S ? GE i N * C * MUSEUM OF ART DISPLAY PLAYS W I TH. . . I M AGES 

DANGER IN PARADISE IS THEME OF 'PERSIAN GARDEN' AT HANES 

'VIRGIN ISLAND COLOURS' IN CREEOMOOR 

PART OF EXHIBIT TO BE BUSEO THROUGH TOWN 

ART EXHIBIT WILL REMAIN ON DISPLAY 

N.C. ART MUSEUM PLANS BUSY FALL 

N.C. ART MUSEUM OFFERS FILMS TO SMILE AT, THINK ABOUT 

AS SUMMER FADES NEW SHOWS UPEN 

GOING PUBLIC: ARTISTS USE MODERN IMAGES 

40 FROM PENLAND SCHOOL EXHIBIT CRAFTS AT N.C. STATE 

THERE'S NOTHING TO FEAR AT 'PUBLIC ART' EXHIBIT 

PITTSPORO ARTIST'S SHOW OPENS SEPT. 5 

RAMSES II EGYPTIAN EXHIBIT IS SCHEDULED FOR CHARLOTTE 

SHOWS MOCK 'HIGH-ART' ABSURDITIES 

EUROPA PHOTO SHOW DEPICTS TRIANGLE'S CHANGE 

CHARLOTTE WILL HOST RAMSES II EXHIBIT 

WHEN MATH PREVAILED, ART LOST 

WILLIAMS HOUSE EXHIBITS ART F? OM HAITI AND BRAZIL 

NORTHERN TELECOM HOLDS SHOW OF N.C. SCULPTURE 

DUTCH ART GOES ON VIEW 

PENLAND WORK SOLID, RELIABLE 

ANOTHER OPENING, ANOTHER SHOW... 

SOME OTHER OPENINGS... 

SARDIS SHOW LIKE A DIG ITSELF 

CEDAR CREEK CELEBRATES, DANCER SOLOS AT DUKE 

WORKS BY POLISH ARTISTS ON DISPLAY 

AT N.C. MUSEUM OF ART: METHODS OF THE MASTERS 

JUOGE OPENS REMBRANDT SHOW 

PRINTS AT ACKLAND SHOW COLLABORATION BETWEEN ARTISTS 

POLISH ARTISTS EXHIBIT AT UNC 

SOPHISTICATION SUITS PHOTOS. BUT STYLE HURTS PRIMITIVE ART 

STATE ART MUSEUM GOES DUTCH 

CITY GALLERY OPTIMISTIC, OPEN 

CHAPEL HILL ARTIST'S SOLO 'SCENE' OPENS IN N.C. ART MUSEUM 

CALIFORNIA ARTIST'S WORK TO 8F SHOWN 

92,.9y TCH: ,'* GE 0F REMBRANDT' EXHIBIT CAPTURES PAINTING'S FINEST HOUR 

•DUTCH ART': NAMES FEW, WORK FINE 

ACKLAND OPENS 'ON THE LINE' 

ACKLANO PHOTU EXHIBIT HAS SHOCK POWER 

LONDON/ELIAS : REASON/DYNAMICS 

WHERE'S THE REMBRANDT? 

HERE'S THE REMBRANDT 

PHOTO SHOWS RAISE ISSUE OF INTENT 

FOUR ORANGE COUNTY ARTISTS IN GREENSBORO SHOW 

DESIGNS FOR LIVING 

PIEDMONT TECH TO DEDICATE ART GALLERY TODAY 

THE NEW COLOR PHOTOJOURNALISM ON THE LINE 

EXPRESSIONISM, TO EXTREME 

LIBRARIES HAVE KWANZAA SHOW 

FOLK, HOLOER, GERMANS LEAD YEAR'S BEST IN ART 

•PERSONAS' AT UNC ART CENTER 

ART EXHIBITIONS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO THE PUBLIC ART SHOW 

TOULOUSE-LAUTREC EXHIBITION: AN EPA PRESERVEO BY GENIUS 

BRITISH 'TREASURES' RECALL BYGONE E°A 

ART OF SUUTH SHOW IN ATLANTA 

SUBSTITUTES FOR EUROPE NEARBY 

MET SHOW A FRESH REVIEW OF OLD VAN GOGH TALE 

ART HISTORY 

ART HISTORIAN SCHEDULES LECTU"ES AT OUKE, UNC 
DEGAS EXPERT SPEAKS 

ART SCHOOL GALLERY 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL (NOW CENTER FOR VISUAL C PERFORMING ARTSI 

ARTERIES 

DUKE DEVELOPS NEW TOOL TO CLEAR BLOCKED ARTERIES 

ARTHR IT I S 

SEE ALSO FELDENF 

SFE ALSO N.C. FOUNDATION FOR ARTHRITIS 

COURSE SCHEOULED FOR ARTHRITIS VICTIMS 

ARTHRITIS 'CURES' STILL POPULAR 

a^itis^formation R,SK ,N ,HE4R 4ND IEAR " « thr "-'s 

DEPUTIES SAY 'DOCTORS' HAWK 'HEALING CARPET' 

FELDENE DISPUTE SHOWS WEAKNESS OF ALL ARTHRITIS DRUGS 

WDNC TO RAISE MONEY FOR ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION 

ARTHRITIS FILM PLANNED IN GRANVILLE 

ARTHRITIS A SCOURGE THAT ATTACKS MILLIONS 

ARTHRITIS CAN STRIKE HEALTHY AMERICANS 

ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 

CRUM'S STAY IN INFORMARY EXPECTED TO END TODAY 

ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO ARTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

ARTS ORIVE ONLY 118,000 FOUM ITS GOAL 
NEWSPAPERS RECEIVE ARTIE AWARD 

ARTIFICIAL HEARTS 

SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 
SEE ALSO JARVIK HEART 

A WORTHWHILE EXPERIMENT 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL TO GET JARVIK HEART 

LAST-MINUTE HEART DONATION SPARES ORANGE MAN TRIP FOR ARTIFICIAL HEART 



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HOSPITAL HANTS HEART PUMP. NOT JARVlK HEART 

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 
SEE ALSO INTELLIGENCE 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

UNC TO STUDY COMMAND INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR NAVY 
N.C. STATE RESEARCHERS TRY TO IMPROVE ROBOTS 

ARTIFICIAL NOSE 
SEE ALSO MOSES 

DUKE LAB'S SNIFFING POINTS TOWARD MECHANICAL HHIFFERS 
DURE RESEARCHERS BUILD ARTIFICIAL NOSE 

ARTIFICIAL REEF 

110-FOOT BARGE SUNK TO FORM ARTIFICIAL REEF 
EROSION NOT SO FUNNY 

ARTIFICIAL SEAWEED 
SEE SEAWEED 

ARTIFICIAL SKIN 

N.C. STATE RESEARCHERS OEVELCP MODEL OF SKIN 

ARTIFICIAL VOICE MACHINES 

SPEECH AID AVAILABLE FOR THE COST OF A TOY 
$10 TOY ALLOWS N.C. HAN TO SPEAK 

ARTISTS. DURHAM 

ARTS COUNCIL GIVES GRANTS TO 17 ARTISTS 

EMERGING ARTISTS HONORED 

CITY SHOULO CLEAN UP ARTISTS* EYESORE 

YESTERDAY'S RAGS ARE TODAY'S HIGH FASHION 

ARTIST BOB BLAKE: SHADES OF THINGS PAST 

TRADITIONAL ART NEGLECTED 

ART ON THE MOVE 

BOX ART: SHE DESIGNS THE PACKAGES ON GROCERY STORE SHELVES 

THE MANY MASKS OF FREDERICA HALL 

CLOTHES THAT Talk: DESIGNER EavESOkOPS his WAY INTO FASHION 

PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST 

AFTER DISASTER, COMES THE LESSON: -THERE ARE NO LAST STRAWS' 

GRANTS AVAILABLE TO DURHAM ARTISTS 

ARTIST PAINTS UNUSUAL OEJECTS 

•A BOOK OF FLOWERS' WRITTEN FOR CHILDREN FINDS NEW AUDIENCE 

FLOATING SCULPTURE WINS STATE AWARD FOR CARRBORO 

ARTISTS, INTERNATIONAL 

AMERICAN WOMAN BRINGS PAPYRUS APT FRUH EGYPT WITH LOVE 
TO FREEDOM WITH A CLEAR CONSCIENCE 

ARTISTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO GRAPHIC ARTISTS 

SENG FAMILY ART EXHIBIT OPENEJ WITH RECEPTION 

ACKLAND EXHIBIT FOCUSES ON FOLK ARTISTS AS INDIVIDUALS 

ACKLAND SHOW EMPHASIZES N.C. 'FOLK' AND THEIR APT 

HILLSBOROUGH ARTIST REDISCOVERED 

ACTS OF FAITH: N.C. ARTIST MINNIE EVANS, 95, REVISITS 'OLD FRIENDS- 
SHE HOPES HER DINOSAURS WILL LAST FOR 200 YEARS 

ARTIST FEARS "OVING OF CHURCHES WILL DAMAGE FRESCOES 

JOURNEY TO RUSSIA INSPIPEO FANTASIES OF LOUISBURG ARTIST 

N.C. ART MUSEUM WANTS TOUR GUIDES 

COLLAGE AFTIST IS AWARDED N.C. PRIZE 

ROMARE BEARDEN RECEIVES 510.000 N.C. PRIZE 

PITTSBORO ARTIST'S SHOW OPENS SEPT. 5 

AFTER YEARS WITH MARVEL, ARCHIE, COMIC BOOK ARTIST ORAwS ON BIBLE 

ART CRITIC CRITICIZED 

ANOTHER OPENING, ANOTHER SHOW... 

N.C. ARTISTS TO GIVE FREE LECTURES 

DESIGNS FOR LIVING 

ARTISTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ARTISTS 

•GEOFFREY HOLDER: PAINTER" 

THIS ARTIST A MAN OF MANY TALENTS 

COLORFUL IMPRESSIONS; A NEW ROUTE TO 8K0A0WAY? 

TO FREEDOM WITH A CLEAR CONSCIENCE 

■ARTIST AS SOCIAL AOVOCATE' SERIES SET 

ANNI ALeERS AT ACKLANO: THE FABRIC OF MODERN LIFE 

ARTIST, ANGELS MjTCH MADE IN HEAVEN 

NANCY SPERO NOT ANGRY ANYMORE 

ART, FAMILY INSPIRE SANDHILLS NATIVE'S LIBERTY COLLECTION 

ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAMS 

ONE-HIT SOLOIST REACHING OUT f u r 'RADICAL ECLECTIC LIMELIGHT 
SAXOPHONIST TO PERFORM IN NEW YORK 

ARTS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, 1URHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE FOR THE ARTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. SUMMER FESTIVAL OF ARTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. ARTS COMPLEX PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL _ „_. , 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL, COUNCIL FOR CREATIVE ARTS IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS. THEATER 

■SHOCK OF ME,, series BEGINS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

NCCU OPENS NEW SLACK MUSIC ARCHIVE 

BEEBE IS RECIPIENT OF NEA PLAYWRIGHT FELLOWSHIP 

COLORFUL IMPRESSIONS; A NEW ROUTE TO BROADWAY? 

NCCU'S BLACK MUSIC ARCHIVES A3 c AVAILABLE NOW 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRANTS 

ARTS IN DURHAM GET $67,327 

PBS SPECIALS ON RObESON, OANC= CONTINUE 

TRIANGLE GROUPS TOUR STATE 

NCCU CHOIR SETS OUT ON NORTHEASTERN TOUR 

INSPIPED BY GERMAN ART 

■FACE T"E MUSIC 

N.C. DANCE ALLIANCE SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR AWARO 

VOLUNTEER GUIDES NEEDED FOR "CITY TREKS' IN DURHAM 

•PAGLIACCI' GOING CARNIVAL 

CLOWNS. MIMES. ANIMAL TRAINERS NEEDED FOR 'PAGLIACCI' 

ARTISTS HONORED 

ART ICLES 

NINE Du°ham CRAFTSMEN'S WORK SELECTED FOR SHOW 

ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ... 

PLAYMAKERS HOLDS AUDITIONS may 24-25 

ARTICLESARTICLcS 

YCUNG DURHAM WRITER WINS GOLDEN POET AWARD 

CITY IN FINALS FOP 'LIVABILITY AWARD' 

DURHAM AMONG FINALISTS IN U.S. LIVABILITY COMPETITION 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 



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ZOO SPONSORS POSTER CONTEST 

CITY LAUOEO FOR ARTS DEVELOPS NT 

DURHAM GETS ACHIEVEMENT AWARO FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ARTS PROGRAM 

ARTS DRIVE ONLY $16,000 FROM ITS GOAL 

DURHAM RECEIVES N.C. ARTS COUNCIL GRANTS 

DURHAM SCHOOLS' ARTS PROGRAM Is RFCOGNIZEO FOR EXCELLENCE 

STATE TO HONOR DURHAM ARTS PROGRAM 

ARTICLES... 

NCSU HAS 'STROLLING PROFESSOR' 

PH?" 4 -". P .??£S 5 ND RECREATION SEEKS INNOVATIVE, DIVERSE PROJECTS 

WHILE BUILDING WAITS, ARTS ARE OUT ON THE TOWN 

WUNC RADIO'WINS AWARO GRANT 

FRIENDLY ANTAGONISTS SHARE AWARD LIMELIGHT 

ART GROUPS MAP OUT FULL SCHEDULE OF FALL CLASSES 

NOW IS THE TIME TO VOLUNTEER FOR CULTURAL GROUPS 

CALLING*ALL ARTISTS, MUSICIANS: ENTER THESE CONTESTS 

CONCERT DIDN'T GET SUPPORT 

DURHAM ART GUILD CALLS FOR ENTRIES 

ARTICLES... 

DURHAM BALLERINAS AUDITION FOR 'STAR SEARCH' 

ARTS WOULD TAKE CENTER STAGE WITH BONOS' PASSAGE 

INDIAN FOLK ARTIST RETURNS 

CULTURAL, RECREATION BONDS MISS WAR FACING OTHER ISSUES 

AKI I L L t J' • • * 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES. ..ARTICLES... 

NEW PROGRAM EXTENOS CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 

DUKE PROFESSOR WINS LITERARY PRIZE 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

UNITED CULTURAL COUNCIL COULD BENEFIT DURHAM 

•MADAME BUTTERFLY' POSTER CONTEST ANNOUNCED 

CITY, COUNTY OFFICIALS CONTINUE ARTS SUPPORT 

YOUNG ARTISTS COMPETITION LIVENS HOLIDAY ARTS LULL 

ARTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

SEE ALSO APPALACHIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS CENTER 

SEE ALSO ARTS AOVOCATES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LIVING IMAGAZINEI 

SEE ALSO CASWELL COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND HISTORY, INC. 

SEE ALSO CULTURE WEEK IN N.C. 

SEE ALSO FOLK ART 

III A-lIS ggyiSagg.'l MANSION-' CaUNCIL GN ™ E 4RTS » ND HUMANITIES 

SEE ALSO GRASSROOTS ARTS BILL 

SEE ALSO N.C. ART SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS FESTIVALS 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ARTS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM 

N.C. AUTHOR LOOKS AT 'STATE OF THF ARTS' 

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES CUMING TO PERSON AND CASWELL 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRANTS 

N.C. DANCE ALLIANCE SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR AWARD 

H y^ r 5 ETS BENNETT 'AIRES' FOR BIRTHDAY 

ARTISTS HONORED 

SPRINGTIME ACTIVITIES WILL KEEP YOU BUSY AS A BEE 

ARTICLES 

N £rf ?yn H ,S M £? AF -T 5MEN ' S W0RK SELECTED FOR SHOW 

ARTICLES RECEIVE AWARDS FROM STATE 

WORKSHOPS OFFERED 

ARTICLES... 

FAMILY WEEKEND PLANNED 

TWO ARTISTS WIN CENTERFEST CONTEST 

PLAYMAKERS HOLDS AUDITIONS MAY 24-25 

ARTS CENTER GIFT 

ARTICLESARTICLES 

YOUNG DURHAM WRITER WINS GOLDEN POET AWARO 

ARTICLES... 

ARTS' EFFECTS ON N.C ECONOMY CITEO 

ARTS ADD TO HEALTHY ECONOMY IN N.C 

DURHAM ARTISTS AT FAIR 

ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

£*F UN ST AL Fe*!J ISTS ' "USICIANS: ENTER THESE CONTESTS 

&S:<-i A S! 5 FE STIVAL PLANNED FOR U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

AKI ICLES... 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ENOOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN ARTS FEDERATION 

ARTS COMPETITION OFFERS ELDERLY NEW DIMENSIONS 

ARTS ADVOCATES 

SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C ARTS COUNCIL 

ARI5 ADO TO HEALTHY ECONOMY Ivj N.C 

ARTS FESTIVALS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM WOMAN'S CLUB ARTS FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SPOLETTO FESTIVAL U.S.A. 
OURHAM CHORUSES IN FESTIVAL 

ARTS 'ROUND THE SOUARE 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

ARTSCHOOL 

SEE CARPBORO ART SCHOOL (NOW CENTER FOR VISUAL t PERFORMING ARTS! 

ARTSEEN (DURHAM SUM COLUMN! 

OURHAM SOPRANO HAS BIG NIGHT OUTDOORS IN 'I PAGLIACCI' 

ARTSPLOSURE 

JAZZ FESTIVAL BEGINS 

ARYAN CRUSADERS FOR CHRIST 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 

N.C HAS MOST ACTIVE RACIST GROUPS 

ARYAN NATIONS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-SEMITISM 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE ALSO NAZI PARTY. N.C 
SEE ALSO THE OROER 









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SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
SEE ALSO VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO WHITE SUPREMACY 
WHITE SUPREMACY FANATICS 

AS IS ( PLAYI 

AIDS THEME IN THEATRE GUILD D^AHA 
USE UP HUMOR KEY TO 'AS IS' 
•AS IS" ROUGH BUT REWARDING 

ASBESTOS 

SEE ALSO INSULATION 

DURHAM INSURER OROPS SOME CLAIMS IN RENEWAL 

COURT ALLOWS OURHAM WOMAN TO PROCEED WITH ASBESTUS SUIT 

DUKE PLANS TO BUY BROAD STREET BUILDING 

CLEARING THE PECURD 

ANTI-TOBACCO GROUP CLAIMS ASBE STUS-C ANCER STUDY FOUND 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIONERS ALLOW SCHOOL TO SEEK BIOS FOR REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS 

ALAMANCE OK.S ASBESTOS REMOVAL 

SHORT SPARKS BURROUGHS WELLCOME FIRE 

ALAMANCE TO BEGIN ASBESTOS REMOVAL FROM COURTHOUSE 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS LAWS RULING BINGO 

ASBESTOS REMOVEC FROM STATE BUILDING UNDER RENOVATION 

ASBESTOS LAW POSES PROBLEMS FOR N.C. SCHOOLS 

ASBURY TEMPLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ILAWSON ST. I 
RFV. CHARGOIS TO BE PREACHING 

ASH WEDNESDAY 

A DAY OF REPENTANCE 

ASHBV'S (CLOTHING STOREI 

2 DURHAM BEST STORES WON'T CLOSE 

ASHE COUNTY, N.C. 

ARTIST FEARS MOVING OF CHURCHES WILL DAMAGE FRESCOES 

FUSS OVER CHURCH FRESCOES DISTURBS ARTIST 

PARTIAL SKELETON FOUND 

TROOPER ACCUSED OF STRANDING TWO AFTER ARREST 

ASHE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

ASHE COUNTY WANTS TWO CHURCHES TO STAY 

ASHEBOPO. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ASHEBORO INDUSTRIAL PARK 

SEE ALSO SUNSET THEATER (ASHtBORO. N.C.I 
ROUNDUP AT THF SUNSET 

AN OLD-TIMEY FEELING: FEED STORE [N OOWNTOWN ASHEBORO CLOSING 
ASHEBORO SHOOTING LEAVES TEEN OEAO. 2 MEN HOSPITALIZED 

ASHEBORO CITY COUNCIL 

ASHEBORO COMMITTEE STUDIES PROCESS TO ELECT CITY COUNCIL 

ASHEBORO INDUSTRIAL PARK 
SEE ALSO ASHEBORO. N.C. 

BLAZE OAMAGES MACHINE SHOP IN ASHEBORO 

ASHEBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT 

FORMER DETECTIVE SUES OVER HIS DISMISSAL 

ASHEVILLE. N.C. 

CAPTAIN CABLEVISinN TOLO TO OQFF MASK 

WILL STATE'S MASK LAW SNARE EASTER BUNNY, MICKEY HOUSE? 

ASHEVILLE'S NUCLEAR DUMP PROTESTED 

OPPOSITION VOICED TO WESTERN N.C. DUMP SITE 

ANGEL'S EYE VIEW 

ASHEVILLE 49TH? THAT'S RAND MCNALLY'S RATING 

THOUSANDS LINK HANDS ACROSS N.C. FOR THE HUNGRY 

ASHEVILLE STILL AFFECTED BY FLOOD 70 YEARS AGO 

TWO BEARS REMOVED FROM TREE 

POLICE CHIEF'S DAUGHTER INOICTED FOR PORNOGRAPHY 

BPOYHILL SAYS SUB WILL BE NAMED USS 'ASHEVILLE' 

ALCOHOLIC, PREGNANT TEEN, OTHERS FIND REFUGE IN SHELTER 

LIGHTING UP ASHEVILLE 

THREE TENNESSEE MEN CONVICTEO OF KILLING ASHEVILLE CITY EMPLOYEE 

ASHEVILLE CONTRACTING CO. 

TWO FORMER N.C. OFFICIALS LOSS APPEAL TO COURT 

ASHEVILLE MEMORIAL MISSION HOSPITAL 

ASHEVILLE HOSPITAL RECEIVES GRANT FOR HELICOPTER SERVICE 

AGENCY SAYS N.C. HOSPITALS AVERAGED t873,000 PROFIT ON MEDICARE PATIENTS 

ASHEVILLE POLICE DFPT. 

VETERAN OFFICER ARRESTEO IN PROBE OF MISSING DRUGS 

ASHEVILLE POLICE CHIEF'S DAUGHTER FACES CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CHARGE 

ASHLAND CHEMICAL COMPANY 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
COMPANY TO REMOVE TAINTEO SOIL 
DEVELOPER SAYS STATE DIDN'T TELL HIM SWAMPLAND WAS CONTAMINATED 

ASPARTAME 

PROBE OF FOOD ADDITIVES SOUGHT 

ASPEN WIND QUINTET 

ASPEN 'FAMILY': PLEASANT DIFFERENCES 

ASPHALT 

SEE ALSO STREETS, DURHAM 

REDMAN WINNING BATTLE ON RECYCLING WHEN REPAVING 

ASPHYXIATION 

PRISONER SUFFOCATES AFTER MOUTH TAPED 

DOCTOR: PRISONER SMOTHEREO AFTER HIS MOUTH WAS COVERED 

INMATE ASPHYXIATION UNDER STUDY 

DURHAM DA TO ASK ABOUT JURISDICTION IN DEATH OF BUTNER FEOERAL 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY EYEING JURISDICTION IN PRISONER'S DEATH 

COBEY OUESTIONS SLOWNESS IN PROBE OF INMATE OEATH 

UAS ON HOLD IN SUFFOCATION OF PRISONER 

INMATE SAYS GUAROS THREATENED TO KILL HIM 

STATE JURISDICTION RULED IN INMATE DEATH 

FAMILY OF INMAIE WHO SUFFOCATED FILES 13 MILLION CLAIM 

CASE OF INMATE'S SUFFOCATION GOING TO FEOERAL GRANO JURY 

GRAND JURY STUDIES INMATE DEATH 

PROBE CONTINUES IN INMATE'S DEATH 

GUARD INDICTEO IN SUFFOCATION OF PRISONER DURING TRANSFER 

GUARD BELIEVES HE IS NOT GUILTY, HIS LAWYER SAYS 

ASPIRIN 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

SEE ALSO PAIN REL IEVERS 

SIMPLE DRUGS CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS FOR ELDERLY 

2 UNC DOCTORS NOTE ALCOHOL TOP PROBLEM, URGE DRUG TESTING RFSTRAINT 

RUE AID ASPIRIN POISONED WITH CYANIDE 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS 

POLICE THWART ROBBERY-ASSA SS IN AT I ON PLOT 

ASSASSINATIONS 

DURHAM REACTION TO KING'S DEATH RFCALLED 
PALESTINE NATIONAL ANTHEM (CARTOON! 
UNNERVING COINCIDENCES 

ASSAULTSi CHAPEL HILL 

MAN CHARGEO WITH ASSAULTS 

WOMAN RECEIVES FOUR-YEAR TERM FOR TWO INCIOENTS 

HILLSBOROUGH PAIR ACCUSED OF BREAK-INS 

FEMALE UNC STUDENT CHASED BY MUDE MAN 

^EC-HURT iN^sV.NGl'^lNc'foE'Nr' IN ^ 

un'cVtuoent IC beaten EGEDLY useo ro ASSAULT M4N 

ASSAULTSt DUKE UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV., ASSAULTS 

ASSAULTS. 0URHAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT., DEPUTIES. ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL, ASSAULTS " <7ru " c:> ' 4il ' ULIb 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SELF-OFFENSE 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

ATTACK REPORTED IN TV LOT 

GUNMAN TAKES S100, HITS VICTI'1 

ROBBER STRIKES HIS VICTIM WITH GUN 

ROBBERS ATTACK PEOESTRIAN 

TEENS HELD FOR ATTACK WITH KNIFE 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

«5J^tIS PP ^F. ll E !S S . C t U P S IN ATTACK ON DURHAM WOMAN 

SS?irI E ?l„E?{ l ;P?T M4 K,I HEN CHARGED WITH POINTING GUN 

?2kJ£L! N u E £ T J. G ? TE J EP0RT ° F ATTACK BY TRIO ON MAN 

5H E ?JE F: M4N p ULLS GUN ON MEOICS 

P 2^i?ro? 4N ,? ITHHOI - os CIGARETTE, IS ATTACKED 

LOUNGE EMpToye'e'Va?^ ° F * SHULT "•"»»•<>•< 

MICROWAVE OVEN STOLEN 

WOMAN CONVICTED OF SIMPLE ASS4ULT 

BURGLARS STEAL DIAMOND EARRINGS 

POLICE SAY TWO HIT WITH LEAD PIPE 

MAN HELD IN FRYING PAN ASSAULT 

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

POLICE CHARGE 2 WITH ASSAULT 

MAN SAYS HE WAS ROBBED, BEATEN 

GUNFIGHT ERUPTS ON LANCASTER STREET 

FORMER SUBSTITUTE TEACHER CHARGEO WITH 5 ASSAULTS 

GROCERY EMPLOYEES ROBBEO AND BEATEN »"«ULIi 

THIEVES BASH DOOR. TAKE GUNS, RING 

SSI-ifl 4 £? ES L HAN F0R ASSAULT WITH CAR 

Kn'badly'beaten^ 0N ""- L0H[ »i-E DRIVE 

MAN FOUND BEATEN DIES AT DUKE HOSPITAL 
MAN DIES FROM BEATING: THREE CHARGED 
ARMED MAN ROBS DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT 

sIcur.tTguaJo ircH^GEo' 60 Ta RUN UVER HIH 

JEE^-AGER IS BEATEN AFTER LEAVING HILLSI0E 

ROBBERS TAKE CASH, DOZEN CANS OF BEER 

TEEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

ROBBER STEALS WOMAN'S MONEY 

2.E U £ H4M PEOPLE CHARGED IN RALEIGH 

MAN HIT, ROBBED 

3 ATTACK, ROB MAN 

3 SEEKING MONEY BEAT, ROB MAN 

TEENS ATTACK, ROB MAN AT GUNPOINT 

ASSISTANT DA HURT IN MUGGING 

ASSISTANT DA 'STABLE' 

POLICE PROBE ATTACK ON ASST. DA 

MAN CHARGED IN STABBING 

NCCU STUDENTS IN MELEE 

300 PEOPLE INVOLVED IN NCCU DISTURBANCE 

WALKER ROBBED IN PARK ° " 

UUKHAM MAN SAYS 3 TEENS MUGGED HIM 

NCCU FRATERNITY PAIR ARRESTEO AFTER FRACAS 

POINT MADE, KISS CASE DROPPED '■"ALAS 

MAN ROBS RESTAURANT, GETS t700 

SIS sSIn'oIrI « T F°TE P R JL ELUD?NG V OFF fcM ^ ' NG IN W °°° S 
NEW WEAPONS CHARGE: SNAKE FRIGHT 

J?y T K,I 4KE , S T ? EE *-: SLUG S "ORE WORKER 
MAN WITH HATCHET HELD IN ASSAULT 
BLIND MAN ROBBEO 

DURHAM POLICEMAN'S HEARING POSTPONEO 
WOMAN'S JAW BROKEN BY MAN'S BACKHAND 
MAN SAYS HE WAS ABOUCTEO, BFATEN, ROBBED 
TIRE-SLASHERS BEAT WATTS STREFT MAN 
nc?UEl Ur S T EACHER NOT GUILTY OF ASSAULT 
OFFICER, MAN SCUFFLE ON MIAMI BOULEVARD 

JeTaVs-teTIn bMg-.'rMy 

H G .TC N H D HI , KlRYT'H REAT S EN C!L RSf g£ K 11" ° N 2 CH4RGES 
WOMAN ROBBED, THROWN OVER FENCE 
"OTORIST ROBBED, BEATEN BY 2 PASSENGERS 
END-OF-SCHOOL FIGHTS ERUPT, 2 STUOENT S ARRE S T Fn 
GIRLS CHASE, ASSAULT WOMAN NEAR HOME aKKfc5rED 

ASSAULT CHARGE SLITHERS AWAY 
YOUTHS ATTACK PASSERSBY 

So'man'ass'aul'teS 4 * HUH ST1B3 '^ *' fe 

!ARI N »S?SuEfi" 3 PiR '- GR • ESC4PE 

G H^S2 T „S EP S RTS ^EEP DURHAM POLICE BUSY 
SVtPgN Rgg DURHAM RESTAURANT, ESCAPE 
MAN HIT IN MALL PARKING LOT 
MAN HIT WITH BASEBALL BAT 

BlJ&^Si s 8 F HS68j x to3K , 2S»SigS M 

^E^'lN-WO^AN^f R BE E ATI«G TACKE ° 4N ° B0BPE ° 
BEATEN MAN •CRITICAL- 
WOMAN FRIGHTENS BURGLAR FROM 4QME 
GUNMAN HITS SOUTH S0UAR6 MALL CAFETERIA 
2 ATTACK, ROB WALKER OF WALLET 
Tcc',I H u ?JJ. C S S r* TI * CK BAHAMA H4 N AT M4U 
TEENS WITH BAT ROB MAN, WIFE 
MAN CUT, ROBBED 



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1/01/86 - l2/3t/9o 



S U B J E 



THIEVES TAKE CIGARETTES FROM 3 
OURHAH HAN CHARGED WITH SHOOIT 

1 CHARGEDt 2 HURT IN SCUFFLE 
SHOOTING SUSPECT CHARGEO WITH 
HAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING OF 
OERUTIES ARREST PAIR IN BANK-" 
TEEN CHARGED IN ASSAULT 
POLICE SAT HEN USE CAR TO OR AS 
OFF-DUTT PDLICEWOHAN DRAGGED B 
CELEBRATING COUPLE TERRORIZED 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DUNN PAIR SHOT AT. CHASED 
CRIHESTCPPEOS SEEKS HAN FOR BO 
MAN SOUGHT IN SHOOTING OF COUP 
Cfl IHESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO ARR 
MAN, 21. FACES CHARGES FOR BRE 
YOUTH FACES CHARGE OF ARSON TR 
HAN ACCUSED OF POINTING GUN 
MAN THRASHED WITH CHAIN 
6 TEENS CHARGEO IN HAN'S BEAT! 
SOHS BAND MEHBER FIGHTS HER AT 
THIEF USES SPRAY, GETS WALLET 
3 HELD ON MARIJUANA CHARGES! 
HAN SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS FO 
HOTORIST BEATEN, ROBBEO AFTER 
Dl'RHAH HAN BEATEN, ROBBED WHIL 
FIGHT HURTS 3i HAN IS CHARGEO 
TEEN INJURED IN FIGHT OURING P 
POLICE CHARGE DURHAM HAN WITH 

2 ASSAULTEO, ROP.BED ON HAIN ST 
DEPUTY TESTIFIES HE WAS HIT WH 
OEFENDANT ACCUSED IN DEPUTY AS 
MAN'S HAND SEVERED OURING ARGJ 
SEVERED-HANO VICTIM UNDERGOES 
ASSAULT VICTIM'S HAND REATTACH 
THIEVES TAKE JEWELRY, RECORDER 
2 DUKE STUDE..TS ASSAULTED 

HAN ROBBED 

HAN SAYS DEFENDANT USEO CAR Tj 

MAN WITH PISTOL ROBS PIZZA PAR 

NO-CONTEST PLEA ENTERED IN ASS 

MAN GETS NO PENALTY FOR ASSAUL 

MAN ATTACKED. SHOT OUTSIDE A PA 

DURHAM MAN ThRASHEO. ROBBED 

GUNHAN ROBS CLERK 

MASKED GUNMAN ROBS COUPLE 



GROCERY STORES 
NG GIRLFRIENO 

THREATS TO WITNESSES 

FICERS 

ACHINE THEFT 

OFF-DUTY OFFICER 
' CAR 



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LE SURRENDERS 

EST5 

AK-IN, BEATING 

Y AT HOME 



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TACKER 

AN SOUGHT FOR BEATING WOHAN 

R ASS'ULT 

ASKING DIRECTIONS 

E WALKING HOME FROM STORE 

ARTY 

SHOOTING INTO CAR 

ILE IN HOME WITHOUT SEARCH WARRANT 

SAULT FOUND NOT GUILTY 

HEN* 

SURGERY 

ED 

S FROM HOME 



ASSAULT HIM, PIN HIM TO TREE 
LOR 
AULT 

T WITH CAR 
RTHENT 



ASSAULTS. DURHAM COUNTY 

SEE ALSO NORTHERN HIGH SCHOOL. ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
MAN HELD IN CLUB CUTTINGS 
RESCUE WORKERS FACE GUN 

ASSAULTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. ASSAUL 
SEE ALSO JAILS. N.C ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO NURSING HO u ES. N.C. AS 
SEE ALSO PRISONS. N.C, ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C, ASSAULT* 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS. N.C. ASSAULT 
APOLOGY ANGERS ROBBERY, ASSAUL 
CENTERVILLE STOREKEEPER SLUGGE 
VICTIM OF GUILFORD JAIL BEATIN 
DA TO APPEAL REDUCTION OF ASSA 
PASSENGER REMOVEO FROM AMTRAK 
BURLINGTON SCHOOL STUDENT CHAB 
ASSAULT CHARGE FREO 
SOMEONE USED HIS NAME ANO HE E 
JUDGE HAKES SURE RIGHT man GET 
WOMAN SLASHED AT PIZZA PARLOR 

2 HEN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING 
ASSAULT IS CHARGED IN HAZING I 
STOVALL MAN HELO ON KIDNAPPINS 
GIRL REGAINS CONSCIOUSNESS Twj 
GIRL RECOVERING FPOH BEATING H 
ASSAULT VICTIH RETURNS HOHE 
HAYOR OF STEOHAN CHARGED WITH 

3 HEN INDICTED FOR FATAL 9EATI 
ELON COLLEGE WOMAN SUES MAN CO 
MINISTER CONVICTED OF ASSAULT 
MAN SAYS HIS ABDUCTORS FORCEO 
SILER CITY MAN GETS 20-YEAR Tr 
SIX PEOPLE INDICTED IN BEATING 
MAN SENTENCED IN VAN DRAGGING 
FIVE OF SIX PLEAD INNOCENT IN 
ASSAULT TRIAL IS POSTPONED 
VIOLENCE GROWS IN STATE'S FOU 5 
MELON ASSAULT WAS NOT HOLIOAY 
FOUR PEOPLE ARE ARRESTED AFTE9 
OXFORD POLICE PLAN CLINIC ON ^ 
CHARLOTTE POL I CE . . . INVE $ T I GA T I 
ROXBCPO MAN IS PEATEN WITH ST! 
PAIR CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING 
KITTRELL GROCERY STORE OWNER A 
ARROW WHIZZES BY OFFICER'S HEA 
DOCTORS' COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE 
MAN CHARGED AFTER CHASE IN C HA 
NASCAR SUSPENDS SPORTSMAN LEAO 
OFFICIAL FACES ASSAULT CHARGE 
STATE MENTAL PATIENT HAS EAR T 
ECU FOOTBALL PLAYERS ARRESTEO 
WOMAN ARRESTED ON ASSAULT CHAR 
DAVID AFNOLO MCORE , 23 
FRANKLINTON MAYOR INJURED BY A 
WAKE JUOGE WON'T BE TRIEO FOR 
MECKLENBURG COMMISSIONER SAYS 
WAKE O.A. WON'T PROSECUTE JUO" 
TWO ECU FOOTBALL PLAYERS CONVI 
MAN SENTENCED FOR SLAYING. ASS 



THREE ASSAULTS 



ASSAULTS. ORANGE COU'ITV 

5 JURCRS SELECTEO IN UNDERwOCP TRIAL 

UNC WRESTLER PUSHED OFF ROOF IN FIGHT 

HOSPITAL RELEASES 79-YEAS-OLO VICTIM IN KIDNAP, ASSAULT 

ASSAULTS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 
HIGH-RISE SPIRITS 

ASSE"BLY OF GOD 

SEE ALSO ABUNDANT LIFE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY 

NEW ASSEMBLIES OF GOD CHURCH BEGUN; POLITICAL FORUM IS SCHEDULEO 

ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING 

SEE ALSO AGGRESSIVENESS 



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AS BEGUN TO SPEAK AGAIN 

ASSAULT 

NG 

NVICTED OF BEATING 

HIM TO DIG GRAVE 
RM FOR FATAL SHOOTING. 
OF TWO INMATES 

BEATING CASE 

MENTAL HOSPITALS 
TREAT IN 9UTNER 

FIGHT IN CREEOMOOR 
OW TO AVOIO ASSAULT 

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CK 

FFICERS 

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D 

VIOLENCE IN PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS 
RLOTTF 
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URN IN FIGHT 

GE 

RHEO ROBBERS 

SHOVING 

HE WILL NOT RESIGN 

E ON SHOVING CLAIH 

CTEO OF ASSAULT CHARGE 

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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 57 
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SEE ALSO BUSINESS EDUCATION 

ASSERT1VENESS HELPS IN RELATIONSHIPS 

ASSOCIATED CAB CO. 

2 HEN ROB TAXI DRIVER 
2 HEN ROB TAXI DRIVER 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 

SEE DURHAH COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 



I VOTE SHY OF UNANIHOUS 



STATE CL IMBS TO 16TH 



S 2 8/14/R6 A 



H 2 
S 2 



1/06/86 B 
1/06/86 A 



PG I P 3YL 



ASSOCIATED PRESS 

SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS! U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS COUNCIL 

JUNKIN, FENNER HEAD PICKS ON AP TEAM 

•-EG I SL AT I VE SURVEY FINOS LITTLE SUPPORT FOR TAX INCREASES 

LAWMAKERS BACK BEP. UNSURE ON HARTIN BOND PLAN 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YFAR 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
AP NAMES ST. JOHN'S BERRY PLAYER OF YEAR rL«.cr u .fir tcak 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL 
THREE ACC TEAMS IN TOP FIVE 
UNC, DUKE STILL 1E3 
ACC DOMINATES BASKETBALL POLL 
UNC UNANIMOUS — AGAIN 

TAR HEELS. YELLOW JACKETS 1-2 IN AP POLL 
UNC. DUKE 1-2; STATE NO. 17 
SURGING WOLFPACK CRACKS TOP 21 
TAR HEELS STILL UNANIMOUS NO. 1 
DEVILS NO. I 

DUKE SITS ATOP POLL: BLUE OFVILS 
DUKE STILL NO. 1; HEELS OROP TO 4TH 
OUKE TOPS FINAL AP TOP 20 POLL 
HEELS TOP AP'S PRESFASON POLL 
TAR HEELS REMAIN ATOP AP RANKINGS 
CARDS EXIT; UNC RET4INS NO. 1 POSITION 
UNLV RUNS TO MO. 1; UNC FIFTH 
UNLV RETAINS TOP SPOT 
DUKE BLUE DEVILS BREAK INTO TOP 20 

BLUE DEVILS CRACK TOP 20; WOLF PACK DROPS TO 1<)TH 
FANFARE: VOLS. NO OUESTION 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
FANFARE: AP HONORS KRAMER 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL 
OKLAHOMA RANKED FIRST IN AP PILL 

SATURDAY SHOWDOWN LOOMS FOR NATION'S TOP TWO TEAMS 
•PACK CRACKS INTO TOP 20 
WOLFPACK THE SAME RANKED 20TH 

HEELS ISTh'i IN I0P SP ° T: ST4TE * CI-EMSON >N TOP 20 
FANFARE: UNC IN. STATE OUT 
PENN STATE VAULTS TO NO. 2; 
PACK PREPARING MINUS KRAMFR 
POLL TO SHAKE UP BOWLS? 

?S?y? 2!^!? E ;K E !J!„ NO i- l ' 2 POSSIBLE TWO GAMES AWAY 

r*<-R BACK IN TOP 20 
MIAMI, PENN STATE FINISH 1-2 IN POLL 

ASSOCIATED PRESS. CORRECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ERRORS 

BIAS MOVES INTO SECONO 

VOTE TOTALS INCORRECT 

?!Xi^, G 5Sy P M0T T *KSET OF WOMAN'S LAWSUIT 

GADHAFI SPELLING CHANGES 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

ASSOCIATED PRESS ERRED 

CLEARING THE RECORO 

cTearIng WTr-ec'or'" PUMP ' N0T jarv,k heart 

^ T 2roS?T?iS°F L R 4 ^ H L P ST ,(REO ° N DAVIS1 ""GROUND 
CLEARING THE RECORO 

ASSaCIATEO R PRESS K ALL-AMERlCA TEAM (BASKETBALL AND F00TBALL1 

DAWKINS, BIAS MAKE 1ST T E4 M ALL-AMERICA 

OAWKINS, BIAS ON AP 1ST TEAM 

UNC'S KENNY SMITH MAKES AP TEAM 

FANFARE: AP'S ALL-AMERICANS 

UNC'S BARTON MAKES AP ALL-AMERICA TEAM 

3 FROM ACC ALL-AMERICANS 

ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 

Se lRIC^Y PR [ESTl"HEA^ILLIstATF' 80VS, ' S " ALS ° HEA0IN « UNDFP. EACH SCHOOL. 
ASS ?cJ*ir?n P olI5 ALL-STATE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM 

SE all' L - S s?a?e EP pa F Tplac1 t s b ^ L s!l1r' tol D P^Y?R N&s UN0ER ™»»«w»l SCHOOLS. 

ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

III irlR *.ilg C J*IS? P 5 C c 5S J COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR 

BRICKEY PLAYER Of'yeJI ' B ° YSI ' SEE ALS[1 HE4DINr 'S UNDER EACH SCH 



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H 2 


12/31/86 C 


3 


N 


S 2 


12/31/86 A 


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S 2 


3/2B/86 D 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/U7/86 


1 


C N 


S 2 


1/07/86 


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C N 


H 2 


1/21/86 B 


2 


C N 


S 2 


1/28/86 D 


1 


C N 


H 2 


2/34/86 


1 


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S 2 


2/11/66 B 


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H 2 


2/12/86 B 


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C N 


H 2 


2/18/86 D 


1 


C M 


S 2 


2/25/86 B 


1 


C N 


H 2 


3/04/86 B 


2 


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S 2 


3/04/86 3 




C N 


S 2 


3/11/B6 D 


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C N 


H 2 


11/17/86 B 


2 


C N 


S 2 


12/01/86 D 


9 


C N 


H 2 


12/02/86 D 


1 


C N 


H 2 


12/09/86 D 


1 


N 


H 2 


12/23/86 D 


1 


C N 


S 2 


12/29/86 D 


9 


N 


H 2 


12/30/86 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


12/30/86 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


11/29/86 


3 


N 


H 2 


8/24/86 B 


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C N 


H 2 


9/23/86 D 


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C N 


S 2 


9/30/66 B 


1 


C N 


H 2 


10/01/86 D 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/07/86 B 


3 


C N 


S 2 


10/14/86 B 


2 


C N 


H 2 


10/15/86 D 


4 


N 


S 2 


10/28/86 B 


1 


C N 


H 2 


11/04/86 D 


1 


C M 


S 2 


11/11/86 D 


1 


C N 


H 2 


11/18/86 B 


2 


r. n 


S 2 


11/25/86 


3 


N 


H 2 


12/02/86 D 


3 


C N 


H 2 


2/28/86 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/15/86 A 


15 


N 


H 2 


5/24/86 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


6/02/86 A 


2 


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H 2 


6/2?/86 A 


3 


P N 


H 2 


6/23/86 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


8/17/86 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


8/22/86 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


9/09/86 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


9/27/86 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


9/29/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


11/22/86 A 


2 


N 


H 1 


11/26/86 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


12/05/86 A 




N 


H 3 


12/13/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


12/22/86 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


12/23/86 A 


2 


N 


S 2 


3/06/86 B 


2 


N 


S 2 


3/11/86 D 


2 


C N 


H 2 


3/12/86 


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C N 


S 2 


11/20/86 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


11/21/86 C 


3 


N 


S 2 


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P N 


H 2 


12/05/86 C 


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ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLL 

FANFARE? PAGE ONE' E00TRALL ,SEE 4LS0 HEADINGS UNDER INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS. 

FANFARE: AT THE SUMMIT 

FANFARE: TIE AT THE TOP u 

FANFARE: PAGE TOP 4-A TEAM 

FANFARE: PRFP RANKINGS STABLE 

FANFARE: POLL SHUFFLED 

FANFARE: MURPHY'S LAW 

l-A LEADER MUST FACE CHALLENGER ? 

FANFARE: MURPHY'S LAW ^ 

ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS COUNCIL 

MUROOCK DENIES MISUSING PENSION FUNDS 



3/27/86 B 3 



9/10/86 
9/18/66 
10/02/66 
10/08/86 
10/16/86 
10/30/86 
11/05/86 
U/U5/66 
11/12/86 



ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF OUKF UNIV. 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., STUDENTS 

FORMER OUKE STUOENT PRESIOENT TO SERVE ON BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANY, INC. 

GARY HOCK PUTTING UP ANOTHER OFFICE BUILDING NEAR NORTH DUKF MALL 
ASSOCIATION FOR THE AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 



H 2 10/08/86 C 



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H 2 1/12/86 D 12 P U L41 



HONTHLV/A 



NNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/96 



see alsc american dance festival 
dance festival backers hani t? stay in durham 
durha" top choice of dance festival for permanent home 
reinhart: oance festival wants to stay in dur«a" 
city leaders tour festival 
Durham should try to keep dance festival 
oance fest gets pledge of support 
aof group kicks off membership drive 
•startling' troupe to be at festival 

association of retired persons 

see american association of retired persons 

astrodome 

collector's item 



ISTRONAUTS 

SEE ALSO S 
ASTRONAU 
ASTRQNAU 
A DURHAM 
N.C. AST 
MORE SPA 
PRESIDEN 
ASTRONAU 
ASSIMILA 
DREAMING 
ASTRQNAU 
DISCOVER 
N.C. PR 
FORMER A 
SAFETY 
FLAG T 
ASTRONAU 
ASTRQNAU 
ASTRONAU 



PACE TRAVEL 
7 TO VISIT MUSEUM 
T HONORS N.C. MUSEUM 
MEDALLION THAT WENT TO SPACE 



MUSEUM CELEPRATION 

MEMOR IAL 

CREW 



RONAUT GOOO CHOICE TO START 
CE FLIGHTS BEST ASTRONAUTS' 
T'S TRIBUTE TO CHALLENGER'S 
TS IMMORTAL 
TING TRiGEOIES 

AND OARING 
T'S WIOOW ACCEPTS AWA°0 WHERE HE WAS SCHEOULED SPEAKER 

PAINFUL FOR SMITH'S a»OTHER 
OT OF CHALLENGER IS BURIED 

STRONAUTS IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR... (CARTOONI 
F ASTRONAUTS SHOULD BE TOP PRIORITY 

T TOUCHED 'FACE OF GO"' IS PRESENTED TO 'OLD NORTH STATE' 
- TO SPEAK AT OUKE 
T BACKS SPACE SHUTTLE TRIPS 
T: JOE JUST 'GRUNT WORK' 



ASTRONO-Y 

SEE ALSO ECLIPSES 

SEE ALSO METEORS 

SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO SYZYGY 

SEE also UNIV. OF N.C. -Chapel hill morehead planetarium 

•skywatching' class offered at planetarium 

astronomy, folklore program to be feb. 20 

nasa astronomer to speak at ouke 

space astronomy finding missing pieces of puzzle 

sept. skywatchers can see partial eclipse 

partial eclipse of sun highlights october 

time right to see milky way 

astrcturf 

SEE ALS" GRASS ILAwNl 

DUKE 'PLANTING' ASTROTURF ON INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC FIELDS 

AT RANDOM I SUN SPORTS COLUMNI 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANOOH 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANOCM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANOCM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

ATCOM, INC. 

RTP FIRM NAMED IN FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES LIST 

ATHEROSCLEROSIS 

CHOLESTEROL-REMOVING 'RAZOR' DEVELOPED AT OUKE 

ATHLETES 

PROGRAM wILL FNLIST ATHLETES TO FIGHT CRI-E, ORUG ABUSE 

N.C. ATHLETES CAN HELP FIGHT CRIME AND ORUGS 

OEBATE FINDS ANSWERS STILL GE'l E' at I ;ss APART 

PRESSURE TO PERFORM HARD TO UNDERSTAND 

DEALING WITH SUCCESS: ORMSoV'S Path TOOK TURN TOWARD TRAGIC END 

THERAPISTS NOTE EFFECTS OF PRESSURE 

DENNARD WINS FIGHT WITH CANCER 

THE WORLO OF SPORTING GREATS 

ATHLETES. ACADEMIC STANOARDS 
SEE ALSO PROPOSITION 43 
SEE ALSC SCHOOLS. N.C. SPORTS a 

ncaa to clear air on propositi 

the ncaa's changing winds wort 

acaoemics not all o p ncaa ccnv 

unc panel still behind proposi 

black schools. academics c0nc6 

ncaa penos on proposition 4,8 a 

in ncaa battles. small schools 

friday, poulton chagrineo 

proposition 48 (cartooni 

ncaa slowly moving in the righ 

freshman athlete playing rules 

don't penalize athletes 

sutton's gutty approach garne? 

ATHLETES Sh?ULD BE STUDENTS 
ALABA-A. OHIO STATE SET FOR Kl 
UNC SYSTEM LIKELY TO SET 2.0 M 
ACC SCHOOLS INVtTEO TO JOIN ST 
STATE, OUKE. UNC AGREE TO TOUG 
MORE TALK THAN SUBSTANCE 
FRIDAY SETS INTO MOTION UNC L? 
UNC BOARD APPROVES • C • AVERAGE 
MORE Than EARTH SHOOK IN GEORG 
GEORGIA RIGHTS A WRONG 
RICHARDSON ARRESTED, CHARGED J 
SPORTS/S.a.t. SCORES ICARTOONI 
NATIONAL SPORTS FCRUM SET FOR 
SENATE'S COLLEGE AID plan wELC 
SPORTS-LEARNING CLASH FORUM'S 
OUKE EPITOMIZES IDEALS OF COLL 
DIGGER PHEL'S KEEPS HIS PRIORI 
COLLEGE SPORTS EXPERTS ADVISE 
TUITION RAISE ASKED FOR OUT-OF 



ND ATHLETIC PROGRAMS 
ON 48 NEXT WEEK 
H TRACKING 
ENTION 
TUN 48 
RN NCAA 
T CONVENTION 
HAVE 3IG VOICE 



T OIRECTION 
SHOULO STAY TOUGH 



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FOCUS 

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COACH, DISCUSS SHORTCOMINGS AT OUKE FORUM 

-STATE STUDENTS 



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INDEX 
12/31/86 



S U B J E 



WASHBURN'S LEGACY: CHANGE FOR THE BETTER 

MARYLAND ACADEMIC COUNSELOR 0' ! ITS JOB 

FANFARE: TERP GRADES RELEASEO 

DESPITE ROUGH WATERSt LEFTY WILL WEATHER STORM 

LEN BIAS: 'THE ENEMY IS US' 

BIAS' DEATH RAISES QUESTIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY 

NCHSAA SET TO BEGIN TWO-YEAR ORUG PROGRAM 

VIRGINIA'S FOOTBALL PROGRAM FINDING ITSELF UNOER SCRUTINY 

MARYLAND AO KNEW ABOUT TERPS' ACADEMIC WOES 

PROPOSITION 48 HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON ACC 

ACADEMIC CASUALTIES 

FANFARE: 533 MAKE HONOR ROLL 

ACADEMIC EMPHASIS LURFO TOMMY JOHN 

OFF-COURT ACTIONS SHOULO BE CONSIDERED FOR AWARD 

NO ACTION TAKEN ON ATHLETICS PROPOSAL 

SIX CLEMSON FRESHMEN INELIGIBLE 

NC'S MADDEN WILL SIT OUT NEXT SEASON 

FANFARE: ECU INELIGIBLES 

NCAA NOT READY TO FOLLOW TERPS' MOVE 

IN THEIR ALPHABFT, R CAME BEFORE A 

COLLEGE SPORTS CLEAN-UP PRODDING A NEW ATTITUDE 

EDUCATIONi NOT GAMES. NEEDS TOP PRIORITY 

ACADEMIC HOOPLA 

PARENTS PLEAO WITH HOARD TO RECONSIDER STANDAROS 

SMITH: DON'T TRIM SEASON 

BARTON SHAKES STEREOTYPES. OPPONENTS' OEFENSIVE LINE 
UNC REPORT DELAYED 

UNC ATHLETICS REPORT OELAYED 

UNC SYSTEM AGREES TO RELEASE ONLY SOME OF ITS ATHLETIC REPORTS 

UNC SYSTEM'S POLICIES FOR ADMITTING ATHLETES EXAMINED IN REPORTS 

UNC CITES PROGRESS IN ATHLETES' ADMISSIONS 

KEEPING REPORTS SECRET DOESN'T HELP ATHLETES 

UNC AOMITTING FEWER ATHLETES AS EXCFPTIONS 

REPORTS: ATHLETES* GRADUATION RATE OUTPACES OTHERS 

DRIESELL BOWS OUT; BASKETBALL ERA ENDS 

KRZYZEWSKI, VALVANO EXPRESS DISAPPOINTMENT 

'LEFTY'S' RESIGNATION MAY HELP IN LONG RUN 
UNC MUST OPEN ATHLETIC REPORTS 

•LEFTY' A SCAPEGOAT 

UNC GETS STAY OF ORDER ON ATHLETICS 

ACTION ON ATHLETICS REGULATIONS POSTPONED BY UNC SYSTEM BOAPO 

ATHLETES NEED MORE TIME FOR ACADEMICS 

MORE OPENNESS. NOT LESS. NEEDED IN N.C. 

FANFARE: BOZ NO DUNCE 

FENNER'S SEASON ENDS WITHOUT ALOHA 

COLLEGE PRESIDENTS CITE PROBLEMS 

OFFICIALS SAY N.C. SCHOOLS' NO PASS. NO PLAY RULE IS DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD 

•PASS-PLAY' RULE HAS EFFECTS REYONO SPORTS 

ATHLETES. AGING 
SEE ALSO AGING 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT AGE 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS. PHYSICAL FITNESS 

87-YEAR-OLD MARATHONER STRESSES POSITIVE ATTITUDE 

CAREERS IN AUTUMN STIR FEELINGS OF SPRING 

AGING HEROES SHOW 'KIDS' HOW IT'S OONE 

AGE REDUCES CONNORS' SKILL. NOT HIS IMPACT 

ATHLETES. ALCOHOL 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

NCHSAA SET TO BEGIN TWO-YEAR DRUG PROGRAM 
BUBBA SMITH FINDS ADS -LESS IF UL I F I LL ING' 

ATHLETES. DRUG ABUSE 

SEE DRUG ABUSE, ATHLETES 

ATHLETES. HANDICAPPEO 

SEE ALSO HANDICAPPED 

WALK-ON SEES CHANCE TO FULFILL FANTASY 

STREATER STRESSES POSITIVE OUTLOOK IN ORMSBY'S BATTLE 

KANNAPOLIS WHEELCHAIR ATHLETE WILL COMPETE IN PARAOLYMPICS 

BLINDNESS DOESN'T STOP CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNER 

HE DOESN'T NEED SIGHT TO REA^ THE FINISH LINE 

BLIND RUNNER REVS UP FOR TOMORROW'S RACE 

BLIND RUNNER 'INSPIRATIONAL' IN 'RUN FOR SIGHT- 
ATHLETES. SALARIES 

SEE ALSO SALARIES. U.S. 

IS THE BLOOM OFF OR IS THE MARKET JUST WAFFLING? 

OAUGHERTY CAVS* «6 MILLION MAN 

ATHLETICS CONGRESS 

HEAD-START QUALIFYING SILLY IDEA FOR OLYMPICS 

ROAO RACE WILL HAVE MORE THAN 300 OFF ANO RUNNING NOV. 2 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

SEE ALSO GEORGIA 

ATLANTA HOST TO 50,000 BAPTIST DELEGATES 

ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

FOUR EX-BULLS COULD MAKE BRAVES' STAFF 

AARON TAKES A SWING AT BASEBALL'S PROBLFMS 

BRAVES' KOMMINSK MAY SEE DUTY AT THIRD BASE 

KOMMINSK OUT AS LEFT FIELDER, IN AT THIRD BASE 

EX-BULL ZANE SMITH BECOMES THF BRAVES' TOP LEFT-HANDER 

TANNER THE ETERNAL OPTIMIST OF BRAVES 

THOMAS A 'PROVIDER' FOR HIS FAMILY, 3RAVES 

BRAVES' TOP ROOKIES TO PLAY FOR DURHAM BULLS 

WARD BURNS TRAIL TO BIG LEAGUES 

ASSENMACHER JOINS BRAVES 

ASSENMACHER RIOES STREAK ALL THE WAY: BULLS TO BRAVES 

•AGING' MURPHY OPTIMISTIC 

FISHER SATISFIED BY YANKS' TRAVEL PLAN 

EX-BULLS GIVE BRAVES VIEW INTO FUTURE 

DURHAM OUO OUT-PERFORMS BRAVES' STARS 

THOMAS CRACKS BRAVES' ROSTER 

VIRGIL CONFIDENT OF SNAPPING HOME RUN ATLANTA DROUGHT 

FORMER BULLS BOLSTER BRAVES 

BRAVES BARKIERIED UP WRONG TREE 3 YEARS AGO 

BRAVES SEARCHING MINORS AND MAJORS FOR PITCHING HELP 

JOHNSON JUST PLAIN OLD JOE 

MFTS USE COMBINATION OF OLD, NEW IN STREAK 

MURPHY KEEPS STREAK ALIVE 

HUBBARO: TRUE GRIT HITS AT BOTTOM OF THE ORDER 

TANNER PONDERS BRAVES' BRIEF LIST OF POSITIVES 

WEISS PUTS BAT ON OISPLAY, AWAITS A'S NEXT MOVE 

BULLS CATCH VERY LITTLE HELP FROM BRAVES' LATEST DRAFT 

SS'^T 5 D LONGER DISGRUNTLED AFTFR TRADE TO ATLANTA BRAVES 

BRAVES' OUO NOW ALL-STARS INSTEAD OF FALLING STARS 

HUM-BABY: CRAIG'S TEAM BACKING UP GIANT TALK 

BRAVES TRAOE EX-BULL WARD FOR ALEXANDER 

FANFARE: BRAVES HONOR GANT 

EX-BULL COWLEY UNLIKELY NO-HITTER 

HAAS NO LONGER BRAVES' INSTRUCTOR 

BRAVES HOPE TO OUTRUN COMPETITION 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 1 N E X 

12/31/96 



BRAVES RELEASE SIX FORMER BULLS 

ATLANTA FALCONS 

NEEOLING FOOTBALL PLAYERS 

ATLANTA HAWKS 

SPUD WEBB BECOMES NBA'S LITTLE BIG HAN 
THE SMALLEST NBA STAR 
THIS SPUD'S FOR YOU 
HAWKS ROUT CAVALIERS 
HIGH-FLYING HAWK 

ATLANTIC BEACH. N.C. 

BEACH RESIOENTS ALERTED ABOUT SHUTTLE DEBRIS 

ATLANTIC BEACH BANNING ALCOHOL ON STREETS. SIDEWALKS 

BRIDGE WORK 

ATLANTIC BEACH GROWS BY 90 ACES 

CORPS SAND PROJECT GIVES ATLANTIC BEACH NEW LOOK 

3B INDICTEO IN SMUGGLING OF NARCOTICS 

SEWAGE PLANT PROBLEMS MAY CLOSE BEACH RESORT 

BEACH RESORT AGREES TO ORDER TO CUT SEWAGE 

SPANNING BOGUE SOUND 

SUICIOE NOTE PROMPTS SEARCH 

ATLANTIC CENTER F0° RESEARCH IN EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 
EDUCATION CENTER GETS S15.000 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN ALUMNI INVITED TO CHAPTER DINNER 



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ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN WINS 



BASKETBALL 



S 2 4/26/86 A 5 
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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

ACC SCHOOLS INVITFO TO JOIN STANCE ON ACADEMIC SIANDAROS FOR ATHLETES H 2 2/08/86 3 N 

PROPOSITION 48 HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON ACC S 2 7/23/86 D 2 N 

TERP CLOUD HANGS OVER ENTIRE ACC S 2 10/27/86 D 7 P IJ F25 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 
SEE ANTHONY J. MCKEVLIN AWARO 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAM 
DUKE DROPS RICHMOND WITH NINTH INNING RALLY 
DUKE, STATE SLIDE PAST VCU, RHOOE ISLAND 
CRACK OF THE (WOODEN! BAT MAY BE HEARD IN ACC IN '87 
TAR HEELS BLANK DUKE FOR ACC BASEBALL WIN 
FAVA'S 10TH-INNING HOMER POWERS WOLFPACK PAST WAKE 
FREILING'S SINGLE LIFTS UNC OVER ECU 
STATE TOPS WAKE. TAKES ACC TITLE 
•PACK CLINCHES CROWN 

ACC BASEBALL TICKETS FREE FOR FIRST 2 OAYS 
WOLFF SEES "POTENTIAL" FOR ACC BASEBALL 
ACC BASEBALL TOURNAMENT RETURNS TO DURHAM 
ACC BASFBALL TOURNAMENT RETURNS TO DURHAM! IAD! 
BLUE DEVILS PUT IN ACC STANDS BY DUKE STANCE 

DUKE SHOULO RETHINK ITS POSITION ON GREAT ACC 3ASEBALL DEBATE 
PLAY BALL! 

ESPOSITO: ACC BASEBALL TOURNEY WIDE OPEN 
WITHOUT HANSON, TECH'S BROWN TOPS 
ACC BASEBALL TOURNAMENT OPENS TODAY 
ESPOSITO, 5 FROM PACK NAMED TO ACC SOUAD 
•PACK'S ESPOSITO EARNS RESPECT IN ACC 
WILHELM SPEAKS OUT 
•PACK LFAOS ACC VOTING 
DOUGLAS MAKFS GAMBLE RISK-FREF 
HEELS, TECH, TIGERS SURVIVE 1ST-0AY BATTLES 
ACC PRODUCES DRSMA 

DISTASIO"S 9TH-INNING SLAM SALVAGES MISERABLE GAME 
PLUGGING THE HOLE 

WOLFPACK, JACKETS FILL UP WINDER'S BRACKET: TECH RIPS OUT 17 HITS... 
WOLFPACK, JACKETS FILL UP WINNER'S BRACKET: STATE WINS LONG-BALL BATTLE 
STATE'S CHANGES JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR HAO TO ORDER 
ROBERTS SWALLOWS LOSS 
STATE-TECH WINNER TO GAIN EDGE 
TECH STANDS ATOP HEAP UNBLEMISHED 
TAR HEELS OUTSLUG CAVS 
LAYING IT DOWN 

JACKETS ALONE IN ACC WINNERS BRACKET 
ACC TOURNEY BLOSSOMS IN DURHAM ATHLETIC PARK 
TECH RETAINS BASEBALL CROWN: JACKETS SWARM OVER WOLFPACK 
MARATHON MAN, RELIEVER AMONG TOURNEY STARS 
...TOURNEY FINALS 
TECH REPEATS AS ACC CHAMPION 

ACC BASEBALL TOURNEY ORAWS AOS ' ATTENTION 
ACC BASEBALL TOURNAMENT MOVING SOUTH 
OIAMQNO CHIPS 
ACC RELOCATION HURTS 
DURHA" LOST EXCITEMENT 

HONEY WAS NO FACTOR IN ACC BASEBALL MOVE 
OIAMONO CHIPS 

ACC PUTS WOOD BACK ON BASEBALL 
BANKHEAO BANKING THAT HOMF RUNS WONT AFFECT HIS STYLE IN KINGDOMS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (MENI 
ACC: THE BEST IS YET TO COME 
CAN DUKE OUTSIDFRS TAKE UP THE SLACK? 
THREE ACC TEAMS IN TOP FIVE 
TOOAY'S GAMES 

WOLFPACK LEARNS HOW IT CHOOSES 
UNC-HAROUETTE NOT ON TV HERE 
OUKE-UNC TRADITIONAL IN MANY JAYS 
ACC DOMINATES BASKETBALL POLL 

UNC-TECH BASH BRINGS NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT TO ACC 
SUPER BOWL SECOND FIDDLE TO S-IOOTOUTS 
BIAS, JOHNSON PACE MARYLAND 

ACC'S SECOND DIVISION CHALLENGES THE BIG THREE 
PACK PUTS NOTCH IN NCAA BF L T 
BASKETBALL NOTES 

TAR HFELS IN PEST SHAPE IN ACC RACE 
CARDS SLUG HOK IES 

49ERS GIVE TECH STIFF COMPETITION 
UNC, OUKE 1-2: STATE NO. 17 
DUKE FOCUSES ON PACK, AWAITS IRISH 
TERPS, TIGERS ROLL TO EASY WINS 
OAWKINS TOPS AGAIN 
FOSTER TAKES DEVILS IN STRIDE 
WHERE HAS UNC BEEN? 
ACC STANDINGS 

COACHING CAROUSEL COULD CIRCLE ACC 
LEN BIAS' BFST LEAVES HFELS RFELING 
POLYNICE PACES CAVALIERS' WIN 
NCAA MEPRY-GO-ROUNO 
BLUE DEVILS WARY OF CLEMSON 
DON'T COUNT TAR HEELS GUT, YE' 



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ALL-ACC 

THREE ACC STARS HAKE ALL-AMERICA 

ACC TRIO MAKE 1ST TEAM 

TERPS' BIAS IS BEST IN THE ACC 

RED-HOT BLUE DEVILS JOLTED BY EARLY-MORNING FIRE ALAR" 

TOP SFED OUKE, 5 OTHER ACC TEAMS MAKE NCAA FIELD 

ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BIAS. AGAIN 

DUKE'S KRZYZEWSKI HONORED AS ACC COACH OF THE YEAR 

MARIST A MYSTERY TEAM 

HAMMONOS IS ACC'S TOP ROOKIE 

ACC STILL NO. 1 

...ANOTHER SEASONAL OUTBREAK 3 F 'NAISMITH SYNDROME"... (CARTOONI 

OUKE BASKETBALL TEAM GOOD EXAMPLE O c CLASS 

THE COLLEGIATE HOOP CAPITAL 

ACC FILLING GAPS WITH RECRUITING 

ACC STARS AT NORTHERN 

LSU AD COULD BE ASKED TO RESIGN 

COME SAY GOODBYE TO THE SENIORS: ACC-VS-OURHAM ALL-STARS IADI 

TAR HEELS. ACC TAKE RECRUITING HONORS 

ACC PLAYERS SURVIVE TRIALS 

TIME'S THE BEST JUDGE OF TUESDAY'S WINNERS 

OAUGHERTY AWAKES TO CLEVELAND 

A BUMPER CROP 

SURPRISES HIGHLIGHT NBA DRAFT 

BIAS' DEATH QUELLS ACC'S ORAFT ELATION 

BETTORS BEWARE OF WILANDER 

BIAS INOUIRY SCHEOULED 

CLOUD OF CONTROVERSY HANGS OV= R ORIESELL 

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

WITH THE UNITED STATES' HORSES. WORLO SAW STARS (AND STRIPES! 

ACADEMIC CASUALTIES 

BIAS HONORED AS ACC'S TOP ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 

NCAA NOT READY TO FOLLOW TERPS' MOVE 

ACC MORE BALANCED. BUT NOT AS TALENTED 

•TO THE HOOP Y'ALL': ACC TEAMS, NCCU BEGIN DRILLS 

DEVILS CARRY HOPES TO CLEMSON 

ACC HOOPS TAKES MEDIA BACK SEAT 

UNC RUNAWAY NO. I PICK BY ADD MEOIA 

KRZYZEWSKI, VALVANO EXPRESS DISAPPOINTMENT 

LEFTY'S SUCCESSOR FINDS HIMSELF IN LARGER POND 

THE DOTTED LINE: WEDNESDAY STARTS BIG WEEK 

OUKE, UNC, STATE GET COMMITMENTS 

FIRIN' AWAY IN THE NCAA 

1986-87 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

INSIDE GAME KEY FOR TIGERS 

ACC BASKETBALL TEAMS REAOY FQO SOME 'REAL' ACTION 

DALRYMPLE SPARKS TECH 

BLUE DEVILS CHANGE IMAGE .. .CUI CKLY 

TIGERS SET RECORD, ROUT ARMSTRONG 

ACC-VERSUS-BIG 10 FEUD RESUMES WITH UNC-ILLINOIS 

ACC TEAMS HAVE 5-0 WEEKEND 

UNC, STATE PLAN TOURNEY IN CHARLOTTE 

ACC HOOPS ACTION RETURNS: TAR HEELS, PACK ON THE ROAO 

BLUE DEVILS AT HOME TONIGHT 

ST. JOHN'S TRIPS TECH 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (WOMEN! 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS 

SE , E C ^I° ,Slic. E ,I , ; <; „ BASKETP4L '- 'GENERAL: SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL! 
LEAKE WOMEN'S MVP FOR 2ND STRAIGHT YEAR 
THIRD-RANKEO CAVS NOT LOOKING AHEAD 
TAR HEELS ADVANCE; STATE, DUKF OUSTED 
UNC, MARYLAND WOMEN REACH ACC FINAL 
MARYLAND WOMEN ROLL TO ACC TITLE 
TERPS CAPTURE WOMEN'S TITLE 
TERPS GOOD BET TO REPEAT, BUT DON'T COUNT OTHERS GUT 

ATL ?cI'9, ES*5I. CgNFFJRENCE, BASKETBALL, THREE POINT BASKET 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBALL. RULES ANO REGULATIONS 
5H5K?'^ , COACH6S TAKE SHOrs AT 3-POINT RULE 
HOOPS COACHES STILL HOT OVER SUDDENESS OF 3-POINTER 
3 POINTS (CARTOON) 
FIRIN' AWAY IN THE NCAA 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, OFFICIALS 

ACC OFFICIALS RECEIVE TOP BILLING AT FINAL FOUR 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL TICKETS 
SFE ALSO TICKET-SCALPING 

TOURNAMENT TICKETS SELL FAST— ANO HIGH 

TICKETS, ROOMS AT A PREMIUM 

NE f D ' T J£ KET? OURHAH MAN SL I" S THROUGH THE BACK OOOH 

^?'T?J A Jl r CHA ^ ELL0R IS GIVEN 40 TICKETS TO ACC TOURNAMENT 

ACC TICKETS RAISE FUNDS FOR CHILDREN 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL TOURNEY (MEN! 
NCAA MERRY-GO-ROUND 

TOURNAMENT PAIRINGS MATCH THE OLD ANO NEW 
UNC EYES TOURNAMENT AFTER ROUGH FINISH 
FIRST-ROUND FANTASY: ACC FACT OR FICTION' 
ACC TOURNEY 'FEVER' MAY STRIKE TOMORROW 
ACC: ROUND I 

TOURNEY SIGNIFANCE DEBATABLE 
DEACONS FACE (BLUEI OEVILISH TOURNEY ODDS 
WHO GOES WHERE? 
TICKETS, ROOMS AT A PREMIUM 

?i?£S? S i=JXS9 NE , BOGGS, DUKE'S BILLY KING AND JOHNNY OAWKINS... 
TERPS' SECJND-HALF SURGE DOWNS UNC, 85-75 
CAVS HOPE TO AVOID A BLUE OEVIL SOUEEZE 
DUKE SIDESTEPS DEACONS, 68-60 

HOT VIRGINIA SHOOTS PAST N.C. STATE, 64-62 
TE - CH r TAKES CONTROL EARLY, ROLLS OVER CLEMSON, 79-61 
HEELS LOOK FOR HEALTH AFTER FRUSTRATING LOSS 
N EE0 * T ' C . KEI ' ? DURHAM MAN SLIPS THROUGH THE BACK DOOR 
IN A TERRAPIN i TRAp Lnk ' S CIVE '' *° TICKETS T0 ACC TOURNAMENT 
INJURIES CAST PALL OVER SLUMPING HEELS 
WOLFPACK SUFFERS ANOTHER CLOSF LOSS 
BLUE OEVILS SURVIVE AMAKER'S INJURY 
TECH DENIES STUBBORN TIGERS 
TAR HEELS TRYING TO FIND LOST SPARK 
TAKE A TIP FROM MARK 
DEVILS* ROLES EOUAL VICTORY 

OUKE OUTLASTS HEARTY VIRGINIA TO REACH FINAL 
FERRELL STEALS FROM TERPS, ADVANCES TECH 
TRAPPED BY SPIDERMAN 
DUKE DOES IT! 

OUKE'S THREE OS SPELL ACC TITLE 
NEAL, JACKETS TAKE LOSS IN STRIDE 

A >.,°£ v ! L .- aF AN ACC TOURNMENT: 3AWKINS" HEROICS L C AD DUKE OVER TECH. 
?^ E ;|.I9 MM I^ MAKER CUTS "OWN... CHAMPIONSHIP NET ° " ECH- 

ACC TEAMS FACE ROCKY NCAA PATH 
DEVILS ARE DREAM TEAM OF '86 
DAWKINS NO. 1 WHEN IT COUNTED 
ACC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SET FOR GREENSBORO IN 1988 



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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. BASKETBALL TOURNEY (WOMEN! 
TAR HEELS ADVANCE; STATE, DUKE OUSTED 
MARYLAND WOMEN ROLL TO ACC TITLE 
TERPS CAPTURE yOMFN'S TITLE 
FOUR ACC TEAMS GET MOMENTS BIOS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COACH O c THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO COACH OF THE YEAR 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACHES 

AP NA''ES KRZYZEWSKI ACC'S BEST 

DUKE'S KRZYZEWSKI HONOREO AS ACC COACH OF THE YEAR 

KRZYZEWSKI ACC'S BEST 

FANFARE: SHERIDAN HONOREO 

P.M. DIGEST 

SHERIDAN UNANIMOUS PICK FOR ACC COACH OF YEAR 

AGNEW TOP ROOKIE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COLLEGE BOWLS 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOWLS 

SUPPLY OF BOWL GAMES EXCEEDS PUBLIC DEMAND 

THE BOWL PICTURE 

STATE EXPECTED TO GET PEACH BOWL BID 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FIELD HOCKEY IWOMENI 
FANFARE: UNC LEADS ACC TEAM 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
SEE ALSO BIG FOUR FOOTBALL 

ACC ORAFT PICKINGS SLIM 

4 TAR HEELS GET LATE CALL IN M FL ORAFT 

HOOPS COACHES STILL HOT OVER SUODENESS OF 3-POINTER 

TERRAPINS TABBED FOR ANOTHER TITLE 

ANOTHER MANIC MONDAY 

ORUGS, BOOKS BELITTLE FOOTbALL AT MEETINGS 

ACC COACHES FINALLY TALK FOOT'ALL 

NEWS MIXED ON HEALTH OF TAR HEELS' BACKFIELO 

TIGFRS, TERPS ARE NEWSSTAND F'VORITES 

ACAOEMIC HOOPLA 

AFTER ALL IS SAIO, MARYLANO IS THE ONLY ONE TO PICK IN THE ACC 

1186 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

JEFFERSON-PILOT'S ACC TV 

DICK SHERIDAN: MOOEST POLICY BREEDS SUCCESS 

SLOAN: BEACON OF OPTIMISM AT OUKE 

CAUTION BATTLES OPTIMISM IN PRESEASON 

CRUM'S OTHER SIDE: FAMILY, FRIENDS OESCRIBE VIEW PUBLIC RARELY SEES 

ACC'S PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH 

FOOTBALL FOCUS 

SHERIOAN ERA OPENS AT STATE 

FOR OPENERS, DUKE FAVORED 

CAVALIERS, DEACS WIN 

ACC HONORS... 

IT WAS A BIG DAY FOR BIG 4 FOOTBALL 

THE PICKS 

GEORGIA TECH, CLEMSON STUMBLE IN OPENERS 

FORD HOPES FOP BETTER AT GEORGIA 

THE PICKS 

CAN HEELS OUTSCORE SEMINOLES? 

THREE KEY GAMES SET IN ACC 

WOLFPACK FACES TERRAPIN ROAO TEST 

CLEMSON ROLLS PAST GEORGIA TECH, 37-3 

FANFARE: JUNKIN HONORED 

BIG FOUR: 11-2-2 

SLAYOEN, JUNKIN AMONG TOP PLAYERS 

BIG 4 LOOKS BIG NOW 

FANFARE: ALL-ACC TRINKETS 

NO MORE 'MAGIC 

POTPOURRI: SPOTLIGHT FOCUSES ON ACC FOOTBALL 

DREAM MATCHUP COULD ERASE PAST NIGHTMARES 

THE PICKS 

CAN JACKETS TEST UNC DEFENSE? 

FANFARE: ACC PLAYERS HONORED 

TECH TO JUGGLE OBS AGAINST PACK 

FANFARE: ACC DEFENSIVE STARS 

DUKE OPENS SIX IN A ROW AGAINST ACC 

DEVILS 'A FACTOR' 

CLEMSON'S FORD WARY OF PASS 

FANFARE: TECH'S THOMAS CITED 

THE ACC NAME GAME 

FANFARE: STATE PLAYERS TABBED 

LSU EXPECTS TOUGH TEST 

SLUMPING DUKE, SOARING STATE 1RAW TV 

WOLFPACK GRABS ACC SPOTLIGHT 

PACK'S KRAMER MAY BE OUT VS. VIRGINIA 

INJUREO ROSS DOWNPLAYS INCIOE'IT IN FINAL SECONOS OF LOSS TO UNC 

WAKE BETTER THAN 4-4? 

ROSS BOOTED UPSTAIRS FOR CLEMSON 

ACC FOOTBALL ENJOYS REBIRTH 

MISBEHAVING COACHES OESERVE PUNISHMENT 

BALANCED ACC COULD END IN UNPRECEDENTED 3-WAY TIE 

FANFARE: ACC HONOR ROLL 

TIGERS BACK IN THE DRIVER'S S=AT 

TIE WITH TERPS GIVES TIGERS ACC TITLE 

ACC/NOTES: SMALL POTATOES 

ACC/NOTES: MORE ACC HONORS 

LOOK FOR RED ON ALL-ACC 

DEACS KNOCK GEORGIA TECH OUT OF BOWL 

CLEMSON LEAOS ALL-ACC PICKS 

AC-NEW TOP ROOKIE 

SIX FROM ACC ON EAST SHRINE ROSTER 

3 FROM ACC ALL-AMERICANS 

AT RANDOM 

FORO CLAIMS UNFAMILIAR ITY WITH PAC-10, CARDINAL 

FANFARE: ACC ACAOEMIC TEAM 

ATLANTIC C1AST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

THE 1986 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, GOLF I ME N I 

TECH GOLFERS SEEK RESPECT, Z NT TITLE 

UNC GOLFERS TAKE CHARGE 

HUGHES' 65 HELPS UNC WIOEN ACC GOLF LEAD 

HEELS CRUISE TO ACC GOLF TITLE 

FOUR ACC TEAMS RECEIVE NCAA T1URNAMENT GCJLF BIDS 

NCAA MEN'S GOLF TOURNAMENT: ACC FOURSOME EYEING GOLF TITLE 

OEACS TIED FOR NCAA LEAD; ACC GOLFERS SHARE TOP SPOT 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, GOLF (W3HENI 

TECH GOLFERS SEEK RESPECT, Z NO TITLE 
CORRIE LEAOS WAKE TO ACC WOMEN'S TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, LACROSSE 

VIRGINIA HANDS NO. 1-RANKFO T C RPS FIRST LACROSS e LOSS 

GAVITT'S GUAL LIFTS TAR HEELS 

ACC FACEUFF: CAVALIERS HOPE TO KEEP UNC FROM SHARE OF LEAGUE CRHWN 



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S 


2 


10/02/86 


B 


1 


p 


u 


018 


s 


2 


10/02/86 


B 


I 


p 


u 


F25 


H 


2 


10/03/86 


C 


1 




u 


C36 


s 


2 


10/03/86 


D 


1 




u 


018 


s 


2 


10/03/86 





1 


p 


N 


F25 


H 


2 


10/07/86 





4 




1 




H 


2 


10/08/86 


B 


3 




N 




H 


2 


10/08/86 


B 


4 


p 


N 




H 


2 


10/14/86 





1 




N 


C52 


S 


2 


10/14/86 


B 


2 




U 


F25 


H 


2 


10/15/86 


D 


3 




N 




H 


2 


10/15/86 


D 


4 




N 




H 


2 


10/16/86 


D 


1 




U 


C47 


H 


2 


10/21/36 


B 


4 




N 




H 


2 


10/22/86 


D 


4 




N 




S 


2 


10/24/86 


B 


2 


p 


N 


F25 


S 


7 


10/31/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 


F25 


H 


? 


11/03/86 


D 


1 


6 


N 




H 


2 


1 1/05/86 


D 


3 


P 


N 




s 


2 


11/05/86 





1 


D 


U 


118 


H 


2 


1 1/06/86 





1 


P 


N 




s 


2 


11/07/86 





1 


P 


1 


F25 


s 


2 


11/07/86 


A 


4 




E 




H 


2 


11/10/36 


B 


2 




N 


C36 


H 


2 


11/12/36 


D 


4 


P 


N 




S 


2 


11/14/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 


F25 


s 


2 


11/17/86 





4 




N 




H 


2 


11/19/86 


B 


4 




N 




H 


2 


11/19/86 


B 


4 




N 




H 


2 


11/21/36 


C 


1 




U 


C36 


s 


2 


11/24/86 


u 


2 




N 




H 


2 


11/25/86 


D 


1 


C 


N 




s 


2 


U/26/86 


D 


I 


p 


'] 




H 


2 


12/03/86 


B 


3 




N 




H 


2 


12/05/86 


C 


I 


p 


N 




S 


2 


12/09/86 


B 


1 




U 


H18 


H 


2 


12/12/86 


C 


4 




N 




H 


2 


12/14/86 


8 


7 


p 


N 





H 2 8/26/86 17 C N 



4/18/86 C 

4/19/86 

4/20/36 B 

4/21/86 D 

5/14/86 D 

5/23/86 

5/29/36 D 



4/18/86 
4/21/86 



4/07/86 D 
4/21/86 D 
4/26/86 b 



»l r 49 

N C49 



N C49 
N C49 



N 

N C5' 

N C5.' 



MONTHLY 



/ANNUAL 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/Bo 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 63 
1/09/87 



FANFARE: 
FANFARE: 
FANFARE: 
FANFARE: 
FANFARE: 



NICKLAS FINOS NICHE AGAIN AS CAVS WIN 
THREE ACC TEAMS GET LACPOSSE BIOS 
ACC EARNS LACROSSE HONORS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, PLAYER OF THE MEEK 
FANFARE: HIKE. JONES CITEO 
FANFARE: HOR THEN AWARD 
DUKE TAILBACK EDWARDS HONORED 
FANFARE: JUNKIN HONORED 
SLAYOEN. JUNKIN AMONG TOP PLAYERS 
FANFARE: ACC PLAYERS HONORED 
FANFARE: ACC DEFENSIVE STARS 

ACC PLAYERS HONOREO 

STATE PLAYERS TABB C D 

ACC HONOR ROLL 

DUKE'S GREEN HONORED 

3 SHARE ACC HONOR 
FANFARE: ACC HONORS 
ACC/NOTES: "ORE ACC HONORS 
FANFARE: BIG 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD 
LEAKE ACC'S TOP WOMAN 
AP NAMES TERPS' BIAS ACC'S BE* T 
TERPS' BIAS IS BEST IN THE ACC 
ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BIAS, AGAIN 
KRAMER PLAYER OF YEAR 

KRAMER REALIZES DREAM AS ACC PLAYER OF YEAR 
AGNEW TOP ROOKIE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE. ROOKIE OF THE WEEK 
FANFARE: TECH'S THOMAS CITED 
FANFARE: ACC HONOR ROLL 
FANFARE: ET CETERA 
FANFARE: ET CETERA 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 
GA. TECH'S HAMMONDS GARNERS ROOKIE AWARD 
HAMMONDS IS ACC'S TOP ROOKIE 
AGNEW TOP ROOKIE 
AGNEW COMPLETES PACK SWEEP 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER IMENI 
FANFARE: SOCCFR SUCCESS 
FANFARE: SOCCER ROUNDUP 
DUKE PEATS NO. S GAMECOCKS IN OT 
DEVILS NIP OEACS 
GETTIN' ITS KICKS 
CAVS WIN AS UMC, STATE TIE 

STONE-HARPER COMBINATION LIFTS BLUE DEVILS OVER UNC 
FANFARE: DUKE'S KERR HONORED 
CAVALIERS TOP ACC SOCCER 
FANFARE: SOCCFR STARS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER IWOMENI 
DUKE BEATS NO. 5 GAMECOCKS IN OT 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SPORTS 
SEE ALSO CARMICHAEL CUP 

NCAA EMBRACES DRUG TESTING 

TRIO LEADS TAR HEELS TO THIRD STRAIGHT TITLE 

UNC, WOLFPACK TOPPLE ACC BASEBALL LEADERS 

GA. TECH, CLEMSON ADVANCE; DUKE'S HERSH POPS TOP SEED 

ACC'S ALL-SEASON ATHLETES DISPLAY VERSATILITY 

CLEMSON NETS 4TH STRAIGHT TENNIS TITLE 

STATE TOPS WAKE, TAKES ACC TITLE 

1986 A YEAR OF CONTRASTS FOR MORTH CAROLINA SPORTS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SWIMMING (MEN) 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE SWIMMING AND OIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS 
SEE ALSO SWIMMING 

UNC CLOSES IN ON SWIMMING LEAD 
CLEMSON ACC SWIM WINNER 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TENNIS IMENI 

BECK'S 65 LEADS UNC TO TAR HEEL CROWN 

FAVA'S 10TH- INNING HOMER POWE* S WOLFPACK PAST WAKE 

GA. TFCH, CLEMSON ADVANCE; DUKE'S HERSH POPS TOP SEED 

DUKE'S HERSH STFALS THE SHOW 

TIGERS TAKE TENNIS TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TENNIS IWOMENI 

UNC, WOLFPACK TOPPLE ACC BASEBALL LEADERS 
LADY TIGERS TOP DUKE FOR ACC TENNIS TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TRACK IMENI 

SEE ALSO TRACK 

FAVA'S 10TH-INNING HOMER POWERS WOLFPACK PAST WAKE 

TIGERS JUMP AHEAD OF PACK IN ACC TRACK 

PACK REPEATS IN ACC TRACK 

ACC'S ALL-SEASON ATHLETES DISPLAY VERSATILITY 

OVERCOMING ALL HURDLES 

'PACK WINS TRACK CROWN 

ACC DUEL CONTINUES IN NCAAS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TRACK IWOMENI 
SEE ALSO TRACK 

FAVA'S 10TH-INNING HOMER POWERS WOLFPACK PAST WAKE 

•PACK WINS TRACK CROWN 

ACC DUEL CONTINUES IN NCAAS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, VOLLEYBALL IMENI 
FANFARE: ACC VOLLEYBALL 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, VOLLEYBALL IWOMENI 
SPIKING FOR KUDOS 
FANFARE: ET CETERA 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

SEE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL IWOMENI 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, WRESTLING 
SEE ALSO WRESTLING 

TRIO LEADS TAR HEELS TO THIRO STRAIGHT TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS 
SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SWIMMING IMFNI 
TRIO LEAOS TAR HEELS TO THIRD STRAIGHT TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION 

ATLANTIC COAST MECHANICAL 

NEW BIDS SOUGHT ON ROU FIRE PROTECTION 
AIRPORT WORK BIDS TOTAL »32 MILLION 



N E 
P D 



S I T 
E L Y 

C PG L P •m 



H 2 4/27/86 B 1 P N C5? 
H 2 5/12/86 D 1 N 
H 2 6/06/86 C 3 N 



H 2 


9/16/86 





2 




N 


H 2 


9/23/86 


D 


3 




N 


H 2 


9/24/86 





4 




N 


H 2 


9/30/86 


B 


2 




N 


S 2 


9/30/86 


B 


3 




N 


H 2 


10/07/86 


B 


4 




N 


H 2 


10/08/86 


B 


4 


P 


N 


H 2 


10/14/86 





3 


p 


N 


H 2 


10/21/86 


B 


4 




N 


H 2 


10/29/86 





3 


P 


N 


H 2 


10/29/86 


C 


4 


P 


N 


H 2 


11/04/86 


D 


3 


P 


N 


H 2 


11/18/86 


B 


4 




N 


H 2 


11/10/86 


B 


4 




N 


H 2 


11/25/86 


D 


2 




N 


5 2 


2/27/86 


B 


5 




N 


S 2 


3/05/86 


□ 


3 




N 


S 2 


3/07/B6 


D 


1 


P 


U "IS 


S 2 


3/11/86 





1 


P 


N 


S 2 


11/25/86 


D 


1 


P 


N 


H 2 


11/26/86 


D 


1 


P 


•4 C49 


S 2 


11/26/86 


D 


1 


P 


N 


H 2 


10/15/86 





4 




N 


H 2 


11/12/86 





4 


P 


N 


H 2 


12/17/86 


D 


3 


P 


N 


H 2 


12/24/86 


D 


3 


P 


N 



H 2 3/12/86 3 N 

S 2 3/12/86 2 N 

S 2 11/26/86 1PM 

H 2 11/27/86 1 N 



H 2 


9/23/86 H 


10 N 




H / 


10/13/86 B 


4 N 




H f 


10/20/86 E 


4 N 




H / 


10/23/86 D 


2 N 




H / 


10/31/86 C 


I P N 


1 52 


S 2 


11/01/86 B 


2 N 


A If, 


H 2 


11/10/86 B 


2 P N 


(52 


H / 


11/26/86 


4 P N 




H / 


11/27/86 


5 N 




H I 


12/17/86 


3 N 





H 2 10/20/86 B 






H 2 


1/15/86 B 


? 


N 071 


H 2 


3/02/86 C 


r 


N 


H 2 


4/13/86 P 


I I 


N 


H 2 


4/19/86 D 


i 


N 


H 2 


4/20/86 B 


I 


» N C52 


H 2 


4/20/86 B 


4 


N 


H / 


4/27/86 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


12/28/86 B 


5 


N 



3/01/86 
3/03/86 



4/14/86 
4/17/86 
4/19/86 
4'21/R6 



U D18 
N 



H 2 
S 2 



4/13/86 B 11 N 
4/14/B6 9 N 



4/17/86 D 

4/19/86 D 

4/20/86 B 

4/20/86 3 

4/20/86 B 

4/21/86 U 

6/01/86 8 



N 

N C52 



C52 
F7n 



6 P N C52 



ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION 



H 2 4/17/86 D 
S 2 4/21/86 
H 2 6/01/86 B 



H 2 11/24/86 8 8 



H 2 10/23/86 5 
H 2 12/14/86 B 7 



H 2 3/02/86 C 7 N 



H 2 3/02/86 C 7 N 



H 2 3/05/86 A 17 N M97 
S 2 3/05/86 A 9 N W82 



N < U A L 



I N D E X 

12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 6 
I/O''/" 



SEE ALSO SPIRTS, REPORTERS 
HAKE ROCM FOR O'VID 

ACC WPITERS. BROADCASTERS SUPPORT SELECTION METHOD 
CLEMSC'I LEADS ALL-ACC PICKS 
KRAMER PLAYER OP YEAR 

SHERIDAN UNANIMOUS PICK FOR ACC COACH OF YEAR 
AGNEW TOP ROOK IF 
AGNEW COMPLETES PACK SHEEP 

ATLANTIC ICE AND COAL CO. 

PROBE IS SOUGHT OF AMMONIA LEAK 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 
SEE INTRACOASTAL »«TE»kU 

ATLANTIC MANAGEMENT CORP. 

BROKERAGE LICENSE REVOKED 

ATLANTIC OCEAN 

COASTAL WATER GROUP U»GES POLLUTION STUDY 
COASTAL WATER STUDY PANEL ADCPTS LIST 

ATLANTIC RICHFIELD 

DUKE GETS S100,000 POP LABS 

ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO BOMBS 

SEE ALSO HIBAKUSHA {ATOMIC 30"B VICTIMS) 

SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 

SEE ALSO JAPAN 

SEE ALSO NAGASAKI. JAPAN 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

U.S. SHOULD WELCOME CHANCE TO BAN 'BOMB' 

ATD-IC-BOMB SURVIVOR RECALLS CRYING. LEVELING OF PUILDINGS 

VICT!" INTERESTED IN RESEARCH 

HlROSHI"A REMEM3ERE0 

AT»A2INE HERPICIDE 

SEE ALSO HERBICIDES 

TESTING OF GENE- AL TEREO PLANT 

AUBURN UNIV. 

JENKS ON DEAN- S LIST 

AUBURN UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL 

THIS TIME A°0'JNO, SMITH'S TI&FRS NO :|CAA CINDERELLA 

PERSON. AUBURN TOP UNL V 

HOT CARDINALS. TIGERS IN WEST REGION DUEL 

CAROI'iALS EASE BY TIGERSi 84-76 

ZONE HELPS CAROS COOL OFF TIGERS 

AUBURN UNIV. SPORTS. FOOTBALL 

AUBURN KEEPING SIGHTS ON ECU 
AUBURN ROLLS PAST ECU. 45-0 

AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO ART AUCTIONS 
SEE ALSO FL C A MARKETS 
SEE ALSO MOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 

VARIETY OF ART ON THE BLOCK FOR OA AJCTION 

ONCE-GRACIOUS ESTATE AUCTIONED FOR S350.000 

230-VFAR-OLD MANSION SOLO IN ORANGE COUNTY 

AUCTION ITEMS 

BENEFIT AUCTION STAGED 

PLAYERS GROUP PULLS IT OFF 

AUCTION SATURDAY T RUSE MONEY FOR TOWN'S LIBRARY 

I°S AUCTIONING HOUSE, LAND TO COLLECT S'0.000 IN TAXES 

SHOPPING CENTER TO BE AUCTIONED 

BANKRUPTCY VOIDS AUCTION 

VANCE MEETING SET ON REQUEST F0» BONO ISSUE 

STATE TO CASH IN ON ITEMS FROM 1930S BANK FAILURES 

17,000 BOOKS UP FOR GRABS IN AUCTION, ANNUAL LIBRARY SALE 

STAO COME OUT FOR DUKE ART AUCTION GALA 

TWO MORE CELEBRITIES TO ATTENO AUCTION 

COwBUY BELIEVES IN HARD WORK, HORSE SENSE 

SINGER'S ESTATE AUCTIONED 

AUPUBON SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO BIRDWATCHERS 
SEE ALSO NEW hjpe AUDUBON SOCIETY 
OON'T LOCK UP BIRDS 

HARSH BIRDS DOT AUOUBON'S 'BLUE LIST- 
AUGUST 

AUGUST IN DURHAM HAS UNIQUE CHARM 
HEAT, BULLS MAKE AUGUST SPECIAL 

AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB 

NICKLAUS PROVES MASTER AT MAKING DREAM REALITY 

AURORA. N.C. 

STATE LEVIES *5.698.9"7 FINE AGAINST COMPA.'.Y 
AURORA RESIOENTS FEAR FINE WILL THREATEN JOBS 

AUSTRALIA 

SHE WILL PUN ACROSS AUSTRALIA 

PROJECT WILL TAKE BAHAMA "AN TO AUSTRALIA 

N.C. WOMAN BEGINS AUSTRALIAN 3 UN 

N.C. WOMAN PUNNING ACROSS AUSTRALIA 

N.C. WOMAN HOPES TO SET RFC n R"> 

CHOIRS SINGING FOR HOLIDAYS 

AUSTRALIA FILM SERIES PLANNED 

AUSTR IA 

SEE ALSO VIENNA, AUST'IA 

...SO I LIED ABOUT BEING IN THE 6P0WNSH IRTS . . . (CARTOON) 
wALPhEIm (CARTOON) 
international hit s3uad 
mokality gone haywire 

austria, elections 

we hope austrians vote for rk-ht reasons 

vienna waltz icartoon) 

austria's anti-sc-itisn 

springtime icartoon) 

austrians choose lesser uf two evils 

AUTHORS 

SEE wRITEOS. 



N.C. 



AUT ISM 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. handICAPPEO 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GROUP HO'E FOR THE AUTISTIC, 

SEE ALSO MENTAL ILLNESS 

SEE ALSO MENTALLY RETARDED 

SEE ALSO N.C. SOCIETY FOR AUTISTIC CHILOREN 



C PC- L P SVL 



S 2 
S 2 



3/05/86 B 

7/28/86 B 

11/25/96 

11/25/66 D 

11/25/86 D 

W/24/86 

11/27/86 



H 2 7/17/86 A 1= 



H 2 4/22/86 a A 



S 1 12/03/86 A 3 
H 2 12/04/86 A 1° 



H 2 2/05/86 B 14 



1/28/86 A 

4/17/86 C 

2 5/07/96 A 4 

7 8/07/86 3 2 



1 p "J S84 



H 2 7/08/P6 B 1 



S 1 9/16/P6 A 



3/20/86 

3/21/86 C 

3/22/96 D 

3/23/B6 B 

3/23/86 B 



U C52 
N C52 

N C52 
N C52 
N C52 



9/20/96 1 
9/21/86 B 6 



H 7 


3/04/86 


A 


A 


D 


II 


H45 


H f 


3/08/96 


( 


1 


l> 


N 


M|C 


S 7 


3/10/86 


A 


T 




N 




S 2 


5/01/86 


A 


7 


p 


P 


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S ? 


5/01/R6 


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H 7 


5/06/96 


H 


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H45 


H / 


5/14/86 


( 


4 




N 




H ? 


6/05/86 


A 


1 / 




N 




H 7 


7/26/86 


( 


1 




N 




H 3 


9/02/96 


(. 


1 




N 




H 1 


3/05/86 


( 


I 




N 




H 1 


9/1Z/86 


It 


3 




N 




H 3 


10/18/86 


( 


1 




N 


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10/27/96 


1) 


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H I 


13/25/96 


(. 


s 




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S 7 


10/30/86 


A 


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h 2 


11/30/96 


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H 2 
H 2 


1/10/86 
3/17/96 


A 

B 


11 




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S 2 
S 2 


8/U/86 
8/27/86 


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B 


1 
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P 


F 
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H 2 


4/15/86 


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U 


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H 2 
H 2 


12/23/86 
12/25/96 


B 
b 


3 
2 




N 
N 


045 


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


5/09/86 
7/08/86 
9/22/96 
11/30/86 
12/03/°6 
12/16/96 
12/19/96 


B 
C 

A 
C 
A 
C 
D 


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5 

9 
5 
3 


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N 
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N 


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H 2 
H 2 
H 2 


3/07/96 
5/l"/86 
5/14/86 
7/26/86 


A 

A 
A 
A 


4 
4 
4 
4 


T 
T 

T 


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T 
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P56 
C5n 


S 2 

H 2 
H 7 
H 2 
H 2 


5/J6/96 
5/1^/80 
6/11/86 
6/1 1/96 
6/18/96 


A 
A 
A 
A 
A 


4 
4 
4 
4 

4 


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T 


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»56 



MONTHLY/4 i M N UAL 

1/01/86 - 



INDEX 
12/31/B6 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 65 
1/09/87 



SE rDAi L ,i t \i T ,E£ C £H iIS£*IS 6 SI C EDUCATION OF AUTISTIC C COMMUN. HANDICAPPED 
GPOUP HOME TO OPEN BY END OF THE MONTH 
UNC FACULTY MEMBERS VISIT JAPAN 
UNIQUE PROGRAM FIGHTS AUTISM 

C P.yVn.5 CH S 0l - S 0PtN WITH 636 '"D"E STUDENTS THAN 1ST OAY LAST YEAR 

AUTISTIC STUOFNTS FACING PROBLEMS 

PARENTS OF AUTISTIC RAP LONG PUS RIDE 

AUTISTIC-TEEN PARENTS WANT PROGRAM MOVED 

SCHOOLS TURN DOWN PLEA TO MOVE AUTISTIC TEENS 

AUTISTIC BOY FOIJNO UNHURT 

AUTO INDUSTRY, IMPORTS 
SEE ALSO HYUNDAI 
SEE ALSO IMPORTS 

WHY BUY FOREIGN CAKS7 

HOUSE TRADE BILL TANTAMOUNT TO WAR 

KOREAN CAR HEADING FOR DURHAM DEBUT 

AUTO INDUSTRY, N.C. 

GFRMAN COMPANY BUILDING PLANT NEAR MAIDEN 

AUTO INSPECTION 

STATE AUTO INSPECTORS FAIL TESTS 

CAROLINA SKIES ARE NOT FREE F* OM POLLUTION 

AUTO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCF 

DURHAM INSURER OROPS SO"E CLAIMS IN RENEWAL 

OURHAM TO ADOPT SE LF- I NS UR ANC" PLAN 

LONG: DROPPED POLICIES MAY BE TIP OF ICEBERG 

£ A ? C J N ^ R „ A . N £ 6 A,-J r COULD COST YOU MORE IF LEGISLATURE OKS PLAN 

RATES SHUULD PENALIZE BAO, NOT GOOD, DRIVERS 

TEEN'S DRIVING CAN COST 

SAFETY BELT LAW KEPT REQUEST FOR INSURANCE HIKE TO 12.21 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 

LONG WANTS POWER TO REVIEW HIKE 

LONG SAYS AUTO RATES OUT OF KILTER 

CAR INSURANCE: IT COULD COST YOU MORE IF LEGISLATURE OKS PLAN 

PANEL CONSIDERS CHEAPER AUTO INSURANCE FOR OLDER DRIVERS 

RATES SHOULD PENALIZE BAD, NOT GOOD, ORIvERS 

??ill N S.^. Tn T i N ?ySf ! , gC I PATE F0R CLEAN-RECORD ORIVERS CONSIDERED 

STATE PANEL TO CONSIDER C AR- 1-4 SUR ANC E REFORMS 

SURCHARGE ON YOUNG ORIVERS E YF 

HAIL OF CRITICISM HITS TWO AUTO INSURANCE PROPOSALS 

PANEL REJECTS LONG'S INSURANCE PROPOSALS 

TOUGHER AUTO INSURANCE REGULATION CONTEMPLATED 

LOBBYISTS: INSURANCE FIRMS COULD BE FORCED OUT 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES MAY INCR=ASE 

PANFL TO REVIEW INSURANCE RATES 

TEEN'S DRIVING CAN COST 

12* AUTO INSURANCE RATE BOOST SOUGHT 

SAFETY BELT LAW KEPT REOUEST FOR INSURANCE HIKE TO 12.2* 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 
SFE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO NO-FAULT INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF INSURANC C 

REINSURANCE FACILITY APPROVES SURCHARGE 

CAR INSURANCE: IT COULD COST YOU MORE IF LEGISLATURE OKS PLAN 

H»IL OF CRITICISM HITS TWO AUTO INSURANCE PROPOSALS 

PANEL REJECTS LONG'S INSURANCE PROPOSALS 

^SyS £ . P J NEL «»'SES STAKES IN INSURANCE DEBATE 

LOBBYISTS: INSURANCE FIRMS COULD PE FORCED OUT 

swffc |u K si TdsT^niu^w^mi srasiScE 

^ulANh rS M^Su3fs R ?nLLED N ° V6R CIV ' L JUSTI " CHWt5 

INSURANCE CHIEF GETS GREATER AUTHORITY 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES MAY INCREASE 

PANEL TO REVIEW INSURANCE RATES 

12* AUTO INSURANCE RATE BOOST SOUGHT 

AUTO MAINTENANCE 

SEE AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 

AUTO RACING 

SEE ALSO DRAG RACING 

SEE ALSO GREAT AMERICAN RACE 

SEE ALSO STOCK CAR RACING 

N.C. CAR STILL IN CROSSCOUNTRY RACE 

AUTO RALLY 

RALLY CARS TO MAKE LATE-NIGHT VISIT 

AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO AUTOMOBILE TITLES 
SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATFS 

r»5°?,r?nSki^;9l N £ ¥ EXPECTS BACKLOG TO LAST SIX MHNTHS 
GAS TAX COMPROMISE ON WAY TO SENATE VOTE 

AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
SEE ALSO MECHANICS 

MECHANICS SAY NEW LEAD LEVELS MAY CAUSE PINGS 

CAR DEALERSHIP CHANGES HANOS 

HOWARD ASSUMES R E SPINS IP IL I T Y FOR CAR DEALERSHIP'S LIABILITIES 

£*, R -? M y ERS HAVE RECOURSE WHEN MECHANICS HOLD CARS 

, F 5?mF" IE m E F. P I N OISP'JTED RFPAIR BILLS NOW AVAILABLE 

LYING DOWN ON THE JOB 

COUNTY PLANNERS OPPOSE "EZONINCS 

5'|LOCATEO o TRIANGLE TEXTILE WORKERS RE-TRAINEO IN AUTO MECHANICS COURSE 

OUTSIOE. IT LOOKED OK: THE HOLES IN THE FLOOR SHOWED UP LATER 
A H, T ,2r3 H 2 P „ OHNER "CING DAILY FINE IN ZONING DISPUTE 
COUNTY DROPS CHARGE VS. GARAGF OPERATOR 

AUTO REPOSSESSIONS 

SEE ALSO REPOSSESSION 

HOT-WIRING CARS 'REPO' MAN'S TRICK 

AUTO RUST 

WILKES COUNTY SUING COMPANY OVER REVALUATION 

AUTO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 
SEE ALSO SAFETY 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 
USE TURN SIGNALS 

AUTO SEARCHES 

SEE ALSO SEARCH WARRANTS 

•TERROR OF PEOPLE' CHARGE OISMISSEO AGAINST KLANSMEN 



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N N U A L 
1/01/86 



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12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



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PAGE 66 
1/09/87 



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4/18/36 A 


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6/23/36 A 


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AUTO SHOWS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

CLUBS TO HOLD AUTOMOBILE SHOW 

AUTO TAXES 

SEE MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

AUTOMATEO VALUATION SERVICES? INC. 

WILKES COUNTY SUING COMPANY OVER REVALUATION 

AUTOMATIC SANK TELLERS 

SEE ALSO BANKS. OURHAM 

OEPUT1ES ARREST PAIR IN BANK-MACHINE THEFT 

ARREST LEADS TO CHARGES IN RALEIGH 

HIGH FINANCE 

TWO PERSONS ROBBED AT BANKING MACHINES 

WOMAN USING TELLER MACHINE RO'BED 

AUTOMATION 

AUTOMATION CHALLENGING TEXTILES 

DUKE PROF: ROBOTS TO GET ROUGH JOBS 

NEW GENERATION OF ROBOTS EXPECTED IT! TAKE MANY JOBS 

AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS 
SEE AUTOS, DEALERS 

AUTOMOBILE TITLES 

SEE ALSO AUTO REGISTRATION 

BACKLOG OF AUTO TITLES CAUSES WAITING PERIOD 

MOTOR VEHICLES AGENCY EXPECTS BACKLOG TO LAST SIX MONTHS 

AUTOPSIES 

SEE ALSO CADAVERS 
SEE ALSO CORONERS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO FORENSIC MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO MEOICAL EXAMINER 

EXAM PROCEEDS STEP AT A TIME 

HOW OP EXAMS BENEFIT SOCIETY? 

'OUINCY' FUN, BUT UNREALISTIC 

AUTCPSY SET IN MAN'S DEATH 

MYSTERY AT DUKE: WAS RO«BORO WOMAN'S DEA 

DUKE RESEARCHERS BATTLE ALZHEIMERS 

WOMAN FOUND DEAD; AUTOPSY IS PERFORMED 

BRAIN-TISSUE SHORTAGE SLOWING ALZHEIMER' 

AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 
SEE ALSO CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 
SEE ALSO GASOLINE TANKS 
SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 
SEE ALSO HUBCAPS 
SEE ALSO MODEL CARS 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 
SEE ALSO RECALLS 
SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 
SEE ALSO WINDSHIELDS 

OLDER CARS may 'PING' MORE: LE AO LEVEL OF GASOLINE BEING REDUCED 

OFF IN A CLOUD OF SMOKE 

ROSE'S CELEBRATFS MILESTONE BY HOLDING (WHAT ELSE?! A SALF! 

A GOOD SET OF WHEELS 

ARE C»RS VEHICLES FOR YOUR DESIRES? ONLY YOUR MECHANIC KNOWS FOR SURE 

AUTOS. ABANDONED 

COMMISSION FACES ZONING POTPOURRI 

COUNTY TO FORM HISTORICAL PANEL 

DURHAM COUNTY BACKS CREATION OF HISTORIC PROPERTIES COMMISSION 

ORDINANCE DECLARES CITY 'NUCLEAR-FREE ZONE' 

AUTOS. ANTIOUE 

SEE ALSO ANTIOUFS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA CRUISERS CAR CLUB 

IT'S A ONE-OF-A-KIND LOVE AFFAIR 

WRECKFO AUTOS REPLACE CROPS ON ALAMANCE FARM 

BULL CITY RODS 'RUN' AGAIN SUNDAY 

CAR FROM NURTH CAROLINA IN 'GREAT AMERICAN RACE' 

N.C. ENTRANTS HOPE TO REJOIN RACE 

RESTORING CARS BECOMES FULL-TIME H033Y 

THEY CELEBRATED 50 YEARS TOGETHER WITH A SPIN IN THEIR 1928 MODFL A 

AUTOS, BREAKING AND ENTERING 

SEE BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

AUTOS, DEALERS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 

SEE ALSO N.C. AUTOMOBILE DEALFRS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO USED CAR DEALERS 

OFFICIALS SAY THEFT RING SOLD CARS IN FOUR STATFS 

CAR UEALERSHIP SOLD IN DURHAM 

CAR DEALERSHIP CHANGES HANOS 

HOWARD ASSU"ES RESPONSIBILITY FOR CAR DEALERSHIP'S LIABILITIES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH TA'GLINA 

CAR DEALERSHIPS MAY BE SUED FDR DECEPTIVE ADS 

DURHAM AUTOS SELLING WELL WITHOUT INCENTIVES 

N.C. CAR DEALERS AOOPT ETHICS COOE 

AUTO DEALERS MOVE TO IMPROVE C THICS 

WOMAN LEARNS TEAMWORK IN JAPANESE COMPANY 

PICKUP DEALERSHIP TO MAKE PAYBACKS 

AUTOS, DURHAM 

SEE LICFNSE PLATES, DURHAM 
SEE MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 

AUTOS, EMISSIONS 

NEW CARS MAY IMPROVE DURHAM AIR 

AUTOS, FIRES 

SEE ALSO F IRES, N.C. 

FIRE DESTRuYS CAR IN PARKING LOT 

BEETLE SMOKE BOMB 

FIRE DESTROYS CAR IN PERSON COUNTY 

THREE CARS, TRUCK SET AFIRE 

FIREFIGHIEk USES PEER TO NIP CAR FIBE IN BUD 

STATION WAGON DESTROYED BY FP£ 

AUTOS, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQ'JE 

HORSELESS CARRIAGE IS GERMAN 

AUTOS, OPERATING COSTS 

COST OF OWNING, OPERATING CAR RISES DESPITE FUEL PRICE DROP 
MAINTAINING A CAR IS OFTEN TOO EXPENSIVE FOR STUDENTS 
CARS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN TEENS ESTIMATE 

AUTOS, PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 



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S 2 9/11/86 C 1 

H 2 10/27/86 B 1 

H 2 H/10/86 B 9 



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S 2 12/11/86 A I 
H 2 12/I2/R6 B 6 



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H 2 3/27/86 A 15 



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4/06/86 C 

6/27/86 D 

6/27/86 A 

7/04/86 A 

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7 N 

7 P F W66 

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18 N 

5 N 

16 P N 



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10/05/86 
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12/31/86 



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1/09/87 



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INVENTORY EVER 
19,000 



; STEREO ITEMS, 
THE RUN 



RADAR DETECTOR STOLEN 



SFE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAX C S 

SEE ALSO TAXES, DURHAM COUNTY 

ISSUE OF UNCOLLECTED PROPERTY TAX ON AUTOS CONTINUES TO RIDE 

MOTOR VEHICLE TAX MAY BE TRADED IN 

DELINOUFNT CAR-LISTERS GET MQ? 6 TIMF TO REPLY 

PANEL REJECTS •UPFRONT' TAXES ON CARS, TRUCKS 

PRUPERTY TAX ON VEHICLES MAY COME UP IN ASSEMBLY 

AUTOS, RECALL 

JEE AUTOS ISEE »t-SO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SFE GENERAL MOTORS 

AUTOS, RENTAL 

RENTAL CAR FIRMS CONCERNED AB1UT ROU CHANCES 

AUTOS, SAFETY 

SEE AUTn SAFETY 

AUTOS, SALES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, DEALERS 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS, SALES 

TRIANGLE ECONOMY STRONG, SURV=Y SHOWS 

MAN USES 190, 001 PENNIES FOP DOWNPAYMENT ON CAR 

LET THE UZZLE SALES TEAM HELP YOU SELECT FROM OUR LARGEST 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU MEDIATION PROGRAM GETS RFSULTS 

COUNTY SCHOOLS SELL CAR FOR *6,000 AFTER REJECTING BIO OF 

CASE CLOSED ON 16,000 CAR; -BUY IT BACK' ACTION PASSED 

RELATIVES OF COUNTY OFFICIAL TO RETURN CAR TO SCHOOL SYSTFM 

SALE nF COUNTY SCHOOL CAR HANDLED POORLY 

NEED A MEW CAR? NO ShEAT, HIRE SOMEONE TO BUY IT 

APPEARANCES ARE BAU IN SCHOnLS' AUTO DEAL 

STEADY GROWTH EXPECTED IN TRIANGLE ECONOMY 

SLOWER ECONOMIC GROWTH SEEN 

AMERICAN'S CLOSING MAY NIP NEIGHBORS 

WHEN REFINANCING CAR, THINK SHORT - YOU PAY FASTER, MORE CHEAPLY 

BUYING AUTOMOBILE IS MAJOR DECISION ' L ' L 

OURHA" AUTOS SELLING WELL WITHOUT INCENTIVES 

N.C. AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION ADOPTS CODE OF ETHICS 

PICKUP DEALERSHIP TO MAKE PAYBACKS 

AUTOS, THEFTS 

SEE ALSO MQTURCYCLES, THEFTS 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS, THEFTS 
SEE ALSO VANS, THEFTS 

SPAT LEAOS TO BITTEN FINGFR 

THIEVES HIT 5 CARS AT UNC CAMPUS 

3 CHASES KEEP POLICE SERGEANT ON .. 

OFFICIALS SAY THEFT RING SOLD CARS IN FOUR STATES 

OFFICERS REPORT TEEN-AGER DROVE OFF IN PATROL CRUISER 

OXFORD POLICE RECOVER STOLEN CAR 

OURHAM POLICE ARREST TEFN AFTER HIGH-SPFtn CHASE 

TEEN FACES CHARGES 

2 MEN CHARGED WITH POSSESSING STULEN VEHICLES 

CITY OFFICIAL MIFFED AT AUTO THEFT CHARGE 

MEN FLEE OFFICER ON PATROL 

MAN DRAGGED BY VAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

BOND '10W $100,000 IN HIT-AND-RUN CASE AGAINST OXFORD MAN 

5P;l r . S P IZESDOCUMEMTS. CARS FROM 5ILER CITY AUTO OEALER 

THIEVES STEAL CAR PARTS FROM BEDROOM 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH STABBING FRIEND 

THIEVES TAKE 3 USEO CARS 

AUTO BREAK-INS THEFT INVESTIGATED 

CAR, MOPED THEFTS A PROBLEM FOR POLICE 

?, I ,5 E ^J,^ C4R ' "OPED THEFTS CONCERN POLICE OFFICIALS 

TWO MORE ARRESTFD IN CAB BREAK-INS 

OANVILLE YOUTH CHARGED IN SLAYING 

WRECK INVOLVES CAR REPORTED STOLEN 

3-STATE VEHICLE THEFT RING BROKFN UP BY AUTHORITIES 

MAN STOPPEO FOR SPEEDING WANTED FOR RALEIGH MURDER 

DEALER REPURTS CAR STOLEN FROM HIS LOT 

FIRE DESTROYS CAR IN PERSON COUNTY 

STEREO FOUIPMENT TAKEN FROM HOUSE; CAR STOLEN 

STOLEN CAR RECOVERED 

ARMED MAN ROBS STEAK RESTAURANT 

STOLEN CAR FOUNO 

STUDENTS CHARGED WITH STEALING AUTO 

TEENS APPREHENDED AFTER CHASE ON I-R5 

DURHAM OFFICER RECOVERS TWO STULEN CARS 

STOLEN CAR STRIKES SOY ON BICYCLE, DRIVER ARRESTED 

fSt.'ff CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH SHOOTING INTO CAR 

STOLEN CAR FOUND IN EAST DURHAM 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH BURGLARY, THEFT 

MAN 'BUYING' CAR STFALS IT FR1M LOT 

STOLEN CAR RECOVERED AFTER CHASE 

CAR, CHRISTMAS STOLFN 

WOMAN HAS FREE FLIGHT TO GET CAR 

D N URHAS^HE N A?lR E M!;NA S G t $ R 30 R U^E F D S ° ™ "" RETR ' EVE ST0L6N "" 
MAN WITH SAWED-OFF SHOTGUN TAKES VEHICLES 

AUTOS, VANDALISM 

SEE ALSO VANDALISM, DURHAM 

THREE CHARGED IN SHOOTING OUT OF WINDSHIELOS 
TIRE-SLASHERS BEAT WATTS STREET MAN 
R03BERS JUMP DURHAM MAN, TAKE HOD 
XtSS*kf»5?^ H i iR "INOOWS AT ATHLETIC PARK 
CARS DAMAGED AT LAKE LUBE OFFICIAL'S HOME 

AUTUMN FEST 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

MEBANE FXPECTING BIG TURNOUT FOR AUTUMN FEST SATUROAY 

AUTUMNAL EQUINOX 

SEE ALSO SEASONS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF MONTHSI 
AUTUMNAL EQUINOX TO FALL ON SEPT. 23 

AVENTINE, INC. 

EQUIPMENT IS TAKEN FROM TWO BUSINFSSES 
APOLOGETIC THIEF RETURNS LOOT 

AVERFTT COLLEGE 

DANVILLE COLLEGE MAY OFFER CLASSES IN N.C. 

AVFRY COUNTY, N.C. 

AVERY VOTES NO TO ALCOHOL SALF 

AVERY COUNTY EXPORTS CADILLAC OF CHRISTMAS TREES 

AVERY COUNTY GROWS CADILLAC OF TREES 

AVERY JOURNAL 

FORMER BEAUTY QUEEN ACCUSES PAPER OF LIBfcL 

AVIAN INFLUENZA 

SEE ALSO INFLUENZA 

SEE ALSO POULTRY INDUSTRY 



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9/18/86 


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9/26/86 


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s 


7 


10/21/86 


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11/21/86 


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12/21/86 


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1/01/86 C 


I 


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S 2 


1/13/86 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


2/10/86 A 


8 


N 


H 2 


2/10/86 B 


I 


N 


H 2 


2/19/86 A 


11 


N 


H 1 


2/28/86 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/04/86 A 


1 


P N 


S 2 


3/05/86 C 


t 


N 


H 2 


3/10/86 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/16/86 C 


6 


N 


S 2 


3/20/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/26/86 C 


I 


N 


H 2 


3/27/86 6 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/16/86 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


4/17/86 C 


1 


N 


s ? 


5/05/86 A 


11 


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S 2 


5/07/86 A 


3 


N 


H 3 


5/17/86 C 


1 


M 


H 3 


5/22/86 B 


I 


N 


S 2 


5/22/86 A 


17 


N 


H 3 


7/09/86 B 


1 


N 


H 1 


7/22/e6 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


7/29/86 B 


7 


<l 


H ? 


7/31/86 C 


10 


N 


H 2 


9/08/86 C 


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N 


S 2 


9/1 1/86 C 


3 


N 


H 1 


9/13/86 C 


1" 


N 


H 2 


10/06/86 B 


9 


N 


H 2 


10/06/86 B 


9 


N 


S 2 


10/06/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/13/86 A 


15 


N 


H 2 


10/13/86 B 


7 


N 


H 1 


10/23/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


11/02/86 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


11/02/86 C 


6 


N 


S 2 


11/J3/86 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


11/11/86 C 


3 


N 


S 2 


12/01/86 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


12/02/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


12/03/86 B 


16 


N 


S 2 


12/09/86 C 


6 


N 


S 2 


12/11/86 C 


11 


N 


H 2 


12/12/86 A 


24 


N 


S 2 


12/26/e6 C 


1 


N 


H 1 


12/30/86 B 


6 


N 


H 2 


3/11/86 A 


11 


N 


S 2 


5/27/86 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/30/86 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


8/01/86 A 


6 


N 


H 2 


10/24/86 B 


7 


N 


H 1 


9/19/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


9/17/86 C 


3 


N 


H 3 


10/21/86 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


10/25/86 C 


2 


N 


H 1 


11/21/86 8 


1 


N 


S 1 


10/01/86 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


12/07/86 C 


5 


N 


S 2 


12/09/06 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


11/02/86 C 


8 


N 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



S U B J E C 



FLU CAUSES EMERGENCY POULTRY RULES 

AVONOALE INDUSTRIES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

AWAROS 

SEE ALSO ALBERT SCHWE11ZER INTERNATIONAL PRIZES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN UANCE FESTIVAL, AWAROS 

SEE ALSO ANNE FLEXNER MEMORIAL AWARD FOR CREATIVE WRITING 

SEE ALSO ANTHONY J. MCKFVLIN AWARO 

SEE ALSO ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO PILL SACKTER AWARO 

SEE ALSO C. KNOX MASSEY DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARO 

SEE ALSO CARLIE B. SE SSOMS AWARD 

SEE ALSO CIVIC HUNGR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD FOR WOMEN 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED WOMEN OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO ORIVER OF THE YEAR 

SEE ALSO OUKE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DUKE MEDAL 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS. AWAROS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO.. AWARDS 

SEE ALSO "FLEECE OF THE YEAR" 

SEE ALSO FRANK PORTER GRAHAM AWARD 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSINESS AWARDS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S CONSERVATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 

SEE ALSO GRAMMY AWARDS 

SEE ALSO HUGO AWARO 

SEE ALSO JAMES H. BREASTED AWARD 

SEE ALSO KALEIDOSCOPE AWARD 

SEE ALSO NAISMITH AWARD 

SEE ALSO NANCY SUSAN REYNOLDS AWARDS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS 

SEE ALSO NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C. DISTINGUISHED CITIZENS AWARO 

SEE ALSO N.C. PRIZE 

SEE ALSO 0. MAX GARONER AWARD 

SEE ALSO PATTERSON "EOAL 

SEE ALSO PRESIDENTIAL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE AND MATH TEACHING 

SEE ALSO RECORDS ANO FIRSTS 

SEE ALSO REWARD 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE AL S3 NAMES OF SCHOLARSHIPS! 

SEE ALSO SERVICE TO MANKIND AWARD 

SEE ALSO SOJOURNER TRUTH AWARD 

SEE ALSO TEACHER OF THE YFAR AWARD 

SEE ALSO THOM MCAN FOOTBALL TROPHY 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO WATAUGA MEDALS 

SFE ALSO WILL WYNNE AWARD 

SEE ALSO WILLIAM A. KIRKLAND AWARD 

SEE ALSO WILLIAM RICHARDSON DAVIE AWARO 

OUKE POWER EMPLOYEES ARF A WARD -WI NNER S 

AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE PANEL HONORS PRINTER AS TOP CITIZEN 

DURHAM MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION GIVES SPECIAL AWARO TO LYNAM 

SMART STUDENTS GET CREDIT AT THIS SCHOOL 

POLICE HONOR DURHAM MAN FOR ARREST AID 

DUKE TRAINING DIRECTOR HONORED 

GROUP HONORS DISTINGUISHED SALES PEOPLE 

CREED»OCR CHAMBER HONORS TWO PEOPLE 

AWARD-WINNER S 

OURHAM FORESTRY COMMITTEE RECEIVES AWARD 

OUKE JUNIOR RECEIVES ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 

MS. LAZEWSKI WINS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 

SCIENCE SCHOOL TEACHER RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD 

SKILLFUL SELLFRS 

UNC CHEMIST RECEIVES HONOR 

DAWKINS NATION'S TOP PLAYER 

DURHAM SUN WRITERS WIN PRESS CLUB AWARDS 

SEVEN RECEIVE AWAROS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE 

■COLOR PURPLE' SWEEPS FELIX AWAROS 

LIBRARY PROGRAM RECEIVES AWARD 

UNC PROF GETS AWARD IN PHARMACY 

KENAN RECEIVES AWARO 

ARTISTS HONORED 

OURHAM BUSINESSMAN GETS GROUP'S CITIZENSHIP AWARD 

AWARDS 

FORMER DUKE ASSISTANT BOB WENZEL RECEIVES HONOR 

DUKE CHAPLAIN ID BE HONORED 

KUOOS TO LITTLE GUY 

WOMAN OF THE YEAR 

MR. REINHART EARNS HONORS 

SPORTS CLUB AWARD WINNERS 

38 PERSON COUNTY FIRMS WILL G c T SAFETY AWARO 

SAFETY AWAROS WILL BE PRESENTED IN ROXBORO 

REYNOLDS FOUNDATION SFEKS SAINTS AT GRASSROOTS LEVEL 

DUKE HONORS SENIORS 

ARTS COUNCIL, FIRM RECEIVE STATE AWARDS 

AWAROS LUNCHEON 

VOLUNTEER AWARD 

AWARDS LUNCHEON 

VOLUNTEER AWARD 

ARTS GROUPS RECEIVE AWARDS FR3M STATE 

16 RECEIVE RECOGNITION AWAROS 

BRAME RECEIVES ROTARY AWARO 

S9I AGENT IN GREENSBORO GETS AWARO 

PATHOLOGY PROF TO RECEIVE AWARD 

BUSINESS CHAIN GIVES 4 LEADERSHIP AWARDS 

DUKE PROFESSOR WINS AWARD FROM GERMANY 

JAYCEES NAME AWARD WINNERS 

DR. KATZ OF OUKE GETS JACOBI AWARD 

AREA STUDENTS TAKE AWAROS FOR MODELING 

DUKE PEDIATRICIAN WINS AWARO 

WATTS AWARDS 

BUTNER MAN CHOSEN ECU'S CADET OF MONTH 

GTE NAMES ASSOCIATE 

SEMANSES TO RECEIVE NORTH CAR1LINIANA SOCIETY'S NINTH AWARD 

BEAUTIFICAIION AWARDS BEING GIVF.4 

OUKE PESEARCHER WINS GRANT 

7 STUDENTS, 3 TEACHERS GET UNC NURSING AWARDS 

CERT IF ICATE OF MER IT 

DURHAM-AREA FIRMS SELECTEO FOR SAFETY AWARDS 

SOCIETY HONORS SEMANSES 

AWARD WINNERS 

BURLINGTON WOMAN GETS TO AS T» AS TE R S ■ AWARD 

STUDENT RECEIVES SCHOLASTIC AWARO 

77 GRANVILLE SCHOOL EMPLOYEES RECEIVE AWARDS 

BOOK OF GOLDEN DEEDS 

NURSING HOME GETS AWARO 

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL GETS HONORS FOR RENOVATION 



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4/16/86 


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4/17/86 


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4/17/86 


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4/1 7/86 


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4/18/86 


B 


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4/18/86 


B 


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P 


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S 2 


4/18/86 


B 


3 


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S 2 


4/18/86 


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4/18/86 


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4/21/86 


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S 2 


4/26/86 


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H 2 


4/30/86 


A 


11 


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H 2 


5/01/66 


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7 




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H 2 


5/04/86 


C 


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5/05/86 


C 


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N 


W82 


H 2 


5/06/86 


A 


11 


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080 


S 2 


5/07/86 


A 


15 




N 




5 2 


5/07/B6 


C 


2 




N 




H 2 


5/08/86 


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6 




N 




H 2 


5/08/86 


B 


3 




N 


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S 2 


5/01/86 


8 


2 


P 


P 


F70 


S 2 


5/13/86 


C 


6 




N 




S 2 


5/18/86 


A 


16 


O 


P 


M66 


H 2 


5/16/86 


C 


5 




N 




S 2 


5/11/86 


c 


1 




N 




5 2 


5/20/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


5/21/86 


B 


3 




N 


U80 


H 7 


5/21/86 


c 


3 


P 


P 


K30 


H 2 


5/22/86 


B 


3 




N 




S 2 


5/23/86 


A 


6 




N 




S 2 


6/34/86 


A 


5 


P 


P 


F70 


H I 


6/06/86 


B 


I 




N 




H 1 


6/06/86 


B 


I 




N 




H 1 


6/11/86 


C 


1 




N 


H60 


H 2 


6/12/86 


C 


10 


P 


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H 2 


6/13/86 


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6/22/86 


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1/01/66 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



MARY FARRELL HELPS MANY 

W. GERMANY HONORS PROFESSOR AT OUKE 

FORMER NCCU LAW SCHOOL DEAN GETS AWARD 

DUKE PROFESSOR EMERITUS GETS WEST GERMAN AWARD 

•NEW DURHAM" WINS P.R. PRIZE 

•NEW DURHAM- CAMPAIGN GETS PUBLIC RELATIONS AWARD 

HONORING STUDENTS 

A PRESTIGIOUS AWARD 

PEARSON WINS SCHOOL EXCELLENCE AWARD 

TWO OXFORD DOCTORS RECEIVE AWAROS 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENTISTS GET AWARDS 

WINSTON-SALEM DENTIST GETS AWARD 

AWARD-WINNING SCHOOL"S FORMULA IS COMMITMENT 

5 COUNTY PROGRAMS WIN NATIONAL AWARDS 
TOBACCOLAND CIVITAN CLUB WINS AWARD 

DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER GETS ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 

WUNC-FM RECEIVES AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE 

AWARD WINNER 

DUKE RESEARCHERS WIN NATIONAL AWAPU FOR LIGAMENT TRANSPLANT 

OUKE FRAT WINS AWARD 

OURHAM TEACHER GETS NATIONAL AWARD 

EX-PROF WINS AWARD 

TWO TEACHERS TO GET PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS 

GETTING WHITE HOUSE HONOR INVIGORATES PEARSON OFFICIALS 

AWARD WINNER 

VAUGHAN GFTS PRESS AWARD 

HENDERSON PLANT RECEIVES AWARD 

UNC PRESS BOOKS GET HONORS 

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE TO RECEIV= UNCG AWARD 

PROFESSOR OF SOCIAL WORK GETS HUMAN SERVICE AWARD 

AWARDS 

CUSTOM MOLDERS OWNER TO BE HONORED 

SERTOMA AWARD 

CHAMBER GIVES PRESIDENT AWARD TO BANK OFFICER 

AWARDS 

LOCAL RESIDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS 

AWARD WINNER 

CHEMISTRY PROFESSOR TO GET NATIONAL AWARD 

UUKE EMPLOYEE WINS AWARD 

OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARDS 

FRANKLINTON MAN RECEIVES ECU AWARD 

ELON COLLEGEi CARY TEACHERS NAMED BEST IN THEIR FIELDS 

6 DURHAM SENIORS GET AARP HONORS 
DLUGOZIMA GETS AWARD AS TOP CLASS A EXECUTIVE 
HOMEMAKERS AWARDS 

OPTIMIST CLUBS WILL HONOR 18 DURHAM YOUTHS TONIGHT 

HILLSBORUUGH MAN RECEIVES AWARD FOR PRESERVING ANTEBELLUM HOUSE 

OISPUTE CENTER IN OURHAM RECEIVES AWARD 

IBM RECEIVES ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARD 

MASONIC MASTERS 

DUKE PROF WINS LITERARY AWARD 

WINNERS ANNOUNCED 

FLOATING SCULPTURE WINS STATE AWARD FOR CARRBORO 

AWARD WINNER 

DURHAM-PASED NEWS SERVICE TO SET HONOR 

DUKE PROF GETS AWARD FOR BOOK 

ADS TO PROMOTE N.C. WIN AWARD 

RECEIVES AWARD 

HONEYWELL OFFERS FUTURIST AWARD 

NUCLEAR LAB OIRECTOR GETS CHINESE ACADEMIC AWARD 

DUKE RECEIVES AWARD FOR HELPING YOUTH 

PUBLISHING FIELD GIVES AWAROS FOR EXCELLENCE 

HUESTIS RECEIVES CONSERVANCY AWARD 

CHAMBER AWAROS PRESENTED 

WALLACE WINS N.C. FISHERIES ANNUAL AwARO 

APPLICATIONS SOUGHT 

CHAPEL HILL PRESERVATIONISTS HONORED 

DUKE NURSE HONORED 

MARY MARTIN GETS AWARD 

AWARENESS ART ENSEMBLE (MUSIC GROUP I 

REGGAE, -STARS AND STRIPES' CONCERT HIGHLIGHT LABOR OAY EVENTS 

AYERST LABORATORIES 

SUPREME COURT ORDERS TRIAL IN HOLLEY FAMILY'S BRAIN DAMAGE LAWSUIT 
AYR MOUNT 

HILLSBOROUGH man RECEIVES AWARD FOR PRESERVING ANTEBELLUM HOUSE 

AZALEAS 

AZALEAS STOLEN; THREE ARRESTED 

AZALEAS: NOTHING COMPARES 

NATIVES OF THE BLUE RIDGE: ORANGE-FLAME AZALEAS CREATE DRIFTS ... 

AZID0THYMID1NE 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 

N.C. -MADE DRUG PUTS AIDS ON HO L D 

PANEL SAYS STUDIES OF AIDS DRUG SHOULD CONTINUE 

BURROUGHS DESIGNING ORUG TEST FOR CHILDREN WITH AIDS 

B-l NAVY BAND 

SEE ALSO BANDS I MU S I C I 
SEE ALSO U.S. ilAVY 

BLACK BANO 'UN10UE BIT OF HFRITAGE FOP THE NAVY' 

B C B FAST FOODS OF NORTH CAROLINA 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BCD TAVEPN 

MICROWAVE OVEN STOLEN 

B C G ENTERPRISES 

MONEY-RAISERS RAISE QUESTIONS 

B I G GRILL 

POLICE: MAN WITHHOLDS CIGARETTE. IS ATTACKED 

B-BAR STABLES 

COWBOY BELIEVES IN HARD WORK, 



HORSE SENSE 



MAJOR U.S. CROP 



B STREET VILLAGE IBUTNER, N.C.) 

STATE PLANNING TO OEVELOP LOTS ON BUTNER TRACT 

BASF WYANDOTTE CORP. 

BASF RESEARCH EXAMINING NEARLY EVERY 
BASF SETS CENTER DEDICATION 

Sa!f SpENS^ENTEVtN'RTp 1 ™ ^^ ' *™ "" """' H0 " E CHEAPL,f 

MARTIN WELCOMES 120 MILLION AGRICULTURAL COMPLEX TO RTP 

GOV.: NEW CENTER TO SPUR ECONOMY 

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH CENTER 

MEDIA BREEDS CONSUMER ADVOCATES IN LEGISLATURE 

BASF'S FUTURE BRIGHTER THAN SMALL FARMERS 

BK 117 HELICOPTER 

SEE ALSO HELICOPTERS 



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7/04/86 


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7/13/86 


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9/27/86 


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P 


K30 




H 2 


10/12/86 


C 


6 




N 






H 2 


10/12/86 


c 


9 




N 






H 2 


10/21/86 


B 


16 


p 


P 


M66 




S 2 


U/21/96 


C 


6 




N 






H 1 


10/23/86 


c 


1 




N 


046 




S 2 


11/07/86 


A 


15 




N 






S 2 


11/07/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 






S 2 


11/10/36 


B 


2 


p 


p 


R76 




S 2 


11/13/86 


C 


1 




N 






H 2 


11/17/86 


3 


7 




N 






S 2 


11/17/86 


A 


7 




N 






S 2 


11/17/86 


C 


3 




N 






S 2 


11/19/86 


A 


14 


P 


P 


L20 




S 2 


11/20/86 


A 


16 




N 






S 2 


11/20/86 


D 


3 


P 


N 






H 3 


11/22/86 


C 


1 


p 


N 






S 2 


11/22/86 


C 


1 


p 


P 


R76 




S 2 


11/25/36 


B 


3 




N 






H 2 


11/27/86 


B 


9 


p 


N 






H 2 


11/29/86 


A 


10 




N 






S 7 


11/29/86 


A 


8 


P 


P 






S 2 


12/01/86 


A 


7 




N 






H 2 


12/04/86 


C 


14 




N 






5 2 


12/04/86 


C 


9 


p 


H 






H 2 


12/07/86 


E 


3 




U 


H45 




S 2 


12/10/86 


C 


10 




N 






H 3 


12/12/86 


B 


I 


P 


P 


F70 




H 3 


12/14/36 


C 


3 




N 






H 2 


12/17/86 


C 


3 




N 






H 2 


12/26/86 


B 


2 


p 


F 


H45 




H 2 


12/28/86 


C 


5 




N 


080 




S 2 


12/30/86 


C 


3 




N 







S 2 8/2 8/86 D I P N 
H 2 10/08/86 C 3 N 

H 7 11/17/86 B 7 N 



H 2 3/26/86 C 3 N 

H 2 4/13/86 E 10 P F 
H 2 5/25/86 E 10 P U B56 



S 2 8/06/86 A 4 U 

H 2 8/20/86 C 1 N M97 

H 2 9/09/86 C 1 N M97 



H 2 9/03/86 C I N 310 

H 2 8/06/96 5 N 

S 2 2/11/86 A 5 N 

H 2 3/10/86 A 1 T N 454 

S 2 2/06/86 C 1 N 

S 2 10/30/86 A 6 •> F G59 



H 2 10/01/86 C 



7/27/86 D 

9/15/86 C 

9/18/86 B 

9/25/86 A 

9/26/86 A 

9/26/86 A 

9/28/86 F 

10/03/86 A 

10/07/86 B 



N S80 



N H95 

N 

U L41 

N W82 

N L41 

N W62 

P 

J 

J 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



AIR-AMBULANCE SAFE. SAYS HOSPITAL OFFICIAL 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



S I 

N E EL 

P DATE C PG L 

S 2 10/02/86 A 14 



PAGE 70 
1/01/97 



p BYL 

1 1W 



NEIGHBORS SUE TO BLOCK LOME'S 20NING 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS SUE OVER REZONING FOR LOWE'S 

JUDGE'S INJUNCTION HALTS LOWE'S STORE TEMPORARILY 

LATTA ROAO RESIDENTS TRY TO OBTAIN BOND 

LOWE'S FILES APPEAL IN 0EN1ED REZONING 

BLACK PAC 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES 

BLACK PAC BACKS BRUYHILL; SANFQHO LEADS 



BNP 



S 2 4/14/86 A 1 N '' 6 o 

H 2 4/15/36 A 9 N 

S 2 4/16/86 A 1 N M&9 

S 2 4/17/86 C 1 N "6° 

H ■> 11/15/86 CI N S51 



S 2 11/03/86 A 11 



SEE BELL-NORTHERN RESEARCH 



SEE ALSO DRUGS 
S3 MILLION N.C. 



DIG STARTS SEARCH FOR WARFARE WASTE 



B. EVERETT JOROAN DAM 

COUNCIL ASKS JORDAN DAM PLANT DELAY 

PLANS FOR JORDAN OAM TURBINES CALL F0» GENERATION ON CORPS' SCHEDULE 

9. EVERETT JORDAN LAKE 

SEE ALSO JORDAN LAKE SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION 
BOARD REJECTS BUILDING AT LAKE 

USE OF JORDAN LAKE URGED AS 0' INKING WATER SOURCE 
JORDAN BOAT BAN PLANS DROPPED 
CORPS LIFTS BOAT SAN ON LAKE NEAR EAGLES 
CORPS RIGHT TO CANCEL LAKE H0T0R30AT BAN 

SHOOTING RANGE PLANS AT JORDAN LAKE MUST AWAIT STUOY OF EAGLE ROOST AREA 
NRa: "ONEY CAN BE RAISED FOR SHOOTING RANGE 
OFFICIALS DEBATE PROPOSAL TO PROTECT WATER OUALITY 
COMMITTEE BACKS PHOSPHATE BAN 
JORDAN LAKE WATER ALLOCATION TO BE STUDIED 
CORPS SHOULD RECONSIDER ITS MASTER PLAN 
COMET VIEWINGS SET 

STUDY MAY BF CO'IOUCTED OF BALD EAGLES AT JORDAN 
EAGLE STUDY AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS CG"E 

VITAL JORDAN LAKE: ITS WATER HAS BECOME KINGPIN IN GROWTH... 
LAKES TOUTED AS VIEWING SPOTS 

DURHAM SEEKING TO KEEP TAP WATER SOURCES CLEAN 
GROUP WRITING PAPER TRIPS OV E° WATER-QUALITY CHECKS 
WAT C R PANEL: STUDY TREVBURN FJRTHER 
CHATHAM REAOY TO STOP PATROLS AT JORDAN LAKE 
CHATHAM MAY STOP PATROLS OF JORDAN LAKE CAMP SITES 
CORPS APPARENTLY ACTS TO PRESERVE LAKE LANDS 
PANEL RECOMMENDS LIMITS ON TAKING WATER FROM LAKE 
OFFICIAL: NEED NOT URGENT FOR JORDAN WATER 
COMET SAYING GOOD-BYE 

POLLUTION THREATENS JORCAN LAKE. PANEL TOLD 
LAKE GROWTH THREATENS DRINKING WATER OUALITY 
A WEEKDAY AT THE LAKE 

CARY OFFICIAL URGES SUPPORT FOR PHOSPHATE DETERGENT BAN 
COBEYi N.C. OFFICIALS TOUR JO=DAN LAKE 
COUNCIL ASKS JORDAN OAM PLANT DELAY 
BILLS SEEK MONEY FOR COUNTIES' PROJECTS 
JORDAN LAKE WINNERS 

OFFICIALS PREDICT JORDAN LAKE ATTENDANCE TO OOUBLE IN 5 YEARS 
PITTSBORO RESIDENT DROWNS IN JORDAN 
STUDY PLANNED OF BALD EAGLES AT TWO LAKES 
BILL TO BAN PHOSPHATE DETERGENTS BLOCKED 
HEAT WAVE KEEPING LAKE OFFICERS BUSY 

HOT WEATHER AND CHEAPER GASOLINE HAVE INCREASED VISITORS AT LAKES 
MORNING STILLNESS 

UNIFORM WATER CONSERVATION POLICY FOR TRIANGLE PROPOSED 
JORDAN LAKE ATTRACTIVE TO EAGLES 
FEW YOUNG BASS FOUND IN JORDA'J LAKE SURVEY 
N.C. "AY LIMIT BASS SIZE AT LAKE 
P1NEL MAY ACT ON LAKE WATER ALLOTMENTS 
BIOLOGISTS WORRIED ABOUT BASS IN JORDAN LAKE 
JORDAN LAKE'S BASS NUMBERS DWINDLE 
COMMISSION WILL PROPOSE BASS ZHANGES 

JORDAN WATER EXPERTS PART ON ISSUE OF OUALITY WATCH 
CHATHAM. VANCE USE OF MONEY RAPPEO 

PANEL ASKS AGENCY TO STUDY HAW FOR SCENIC RIVER STATUS 
CHATHAM CONSIDERS WATER NEEOS STUDY 

RAADER-MEINHOFF GANG 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 

MEDIA ACTS IRRESPONSIBLY 

8ABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS 

BAMBINO LEAGUE SELECTS ALL-STARS 

BAMBINO CHAMPS 

BAMBINO CO-CHAMPS 

DURHAM BABE RUTH STARS WALK TO WIN 

P.M. OIGEST 

OEDICATEO COACHES 

BABY BOOM GENERATION 

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

COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR SENIORS ALIVE. WELL 

DUKE STUDY SEES SUICIDE BOOM 

FURNITURE MARKET STRESSING BABY BOOMERS 

BABY BOOMERS ARE RETURNING TO CHURCH 

BABY DOE LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO 8IRTH DEFECTS 

DOCTORS WELCOME 'BABY DOE' RULING 

•BABY DOE' RULING WON'T AFFECT N.C. LAWS OFFICIALS 

BABY DOE RULING RIGHT 

GOVERNMENT'S PLACE NOT AT HOSPITAL BEOSIOE 

BABY FOUO 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

SEE ALSO INFANT NUTRITION 

SEE ALSO NUTRITION 

SOME BABY FOOD TAKEN OFF SHELVES 

PARENTS SAY GLASS CAUSED CHILD'S 

MARTIN URGES CHECKS FOR GLASS IN 

TESTS FIND NO GLASS IN GERBER FOOD JAPS 

OFFICIALS AT FORT BRAGG REPORT GLASS FOUNO IN BABY fooo 

HOW TO HAKE YOUR OWN BABY FOOD 

VALOESE MAN REPORTS GLASS IN BABY FOOO 

WHO PUT GLASS IN BABY FOOD? 

OFFICIALS SUSPECT SOME TAMPERING 

WOMAN SAYS GLASS FOUND IN BABY'S APPLE JUICE JAR 

BABY FOOD CAN BE PREPARED SAFELY 

PARENTS OFTEN OVERFEED BABIES 

BABY ON BOARD 



ILLNESS 
BA9( FOOO 



WITH BABY FOOD 



H 2 


1/26/B6 


B 


e 


N 




H 2 


6/17/86 


C 


I 


N 


M97 


H 2 


7/30/86 


B 


3 


N 


M97 


H 3 


1/07/86 


C 


ID 


N 




H 2 


1/17/86 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


1/27/86 


A 


1 


M N 




H 2 


1/28/86 


C 


I 


M N 




S 2 


l/28/"6 


A 


4 


E 




H 1 


2/1 1/86 


B 


1 


N 


046 


M 2 


2/13/86 


D 


1 


N 


046 


S 2 


2/13/86 


B 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


2/20/86 


B 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/20/86 


C 


1 


N 


W82 


H 2 


2/25/86 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


3/07/86 


A 


3 


N 




S 2 


3/07/86 


c 


I 


N 


W82 


S 2 


3/12/86 


A 


4 


c 




H 2 


3/16/86 


A 


I 


N 


046 


H 2 


3/16/96 


c 


4 


N 


B81 


H 2 


3/13/86 


A 


1 


N 


"97 


h 2 


3/19/»6 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


3/19/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


H 1 


<./n/e6 


B 


1 


N 


046 


S 2 


4/11/86 


C 


5 


N 




H 2 


4/14/86 


A 


1 


N 


M97 


H 2 


4/15/86 


A 


B 


N 


M97 


S 2 


4/15/96 


A 


5 


N 


W82 


S 2 


4/25/86 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/26/86 


c 


2 


N 


046 


S 2 


4/28/86 


A 


9 


N 




H 1 


5/07/86 


c 


1 


P P 


S76 


H 2 


5/13/86 


8 


10 


N 




H 2 


6/04/96 


D 


4 


N 




H 2 


6/17/96 


C 


1 


N 


M97 


H 3 


6/20/86 


B 


1 


N 


046 


H 2 


6/22/86 


3 


10 


P P 




S 2 


6/26/86 


A 


16 


N 




H 3 


7/01/86 


B 


5 


N 




H 1 


7/10/86 


B 


I 


N 


H6C 


H 2 


7/11/86 


C 


1 


N 


L40 


H 2 


8/02/86 


C 


1 


N 


S30 


H 1 


8/12/86 


c 


1 


P N 


S8D 


H 2 


8/16/86 


c 


1 


P P 


L2D 


H 2 


9/04/86 


B 


4 


N 


H95 


S 2 


9/09/86 


C 


3 


N 




H 2 


9/10/86 


rj 


7 


N 




S 2 


9/30/E6 


A 


1 


P N 


W82 


H 2 


10/09/86 


B 


I 


N 


"97 


H 2 


10/09/86 


B 


5 


N 


M97 


H 2 


11/09/86 


B 


9 


N 


W60 


H 2 


1 1/09/66 


B 


9 


N 


W60 


H 2 


U/ll/86 


C 


p 


N 


M97 


H 1 


11/15/86 


C 


1 


N 


046 


H 1 


11/25/86 


C 


1 


N 


L40 


H 3 


12/04/B6 


B 


1 


N 


K65 


H 2 


11/13/R6 


A 


4 


L 





H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 



6/12/86 B 
7/03/86 B 
7/15/86 D 
7/19/86 D 
7/19/86 A 
9/16/86 A 



3/13/86 A 

7/3D/B6 A 

9/05/86 C 

10/17/P6 B 

11/29/86 C 



N 044 

E 



S 2 6/12/96 C 

H 2 6/15/86 C 

H 2 6/17/86 A 

S 2 6/17/86 A 



1 N S33 

7 N 

4 E 

4 E 



H 2 


2/24/86 


C 


3 


N 




S 2 


2/26/86 


A 


1 


N 




S 2 


2/27/86 


A 


1 


N 




H 2 


2/28/86 


B 


1 


N 


mu 


H 2 


3/01/86 


1) 


4 


N 




H 2 


3/03/96 


A 


6 


T F 


J40 


H 3 


3/04/86 


H 


7 


N 




H 2 


3/U6/B6 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


3/07/B6 


( 


8 


N 




H 2 


3/13/96 


rt 


5 


N 




S 2 


3/21/96 


B 


1 


P N 


S2' 


S 2 


3/24/86 


B 


1 


p N 


S2' 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/66 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO CHILD RESTRAINT SEATS 
SEE ALSO INFANTS 
SEE ALSO SIGNS 

DANGEROUSLY FALSE MESSAGE 

BABY SITTER5 

DIAPERING LESSON 

REO CROSS TEACHES BABY-SITTING 

BABY SELLING PLOT FOILED; ABDUCTED INFANT RECOVERED 




BACK-TO-BASICS 

SEE ALSO EOUCATIONAL REFORM 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C., CURRICULUM 

TEACH FIRST THINGS FIRST 

EDUCATORS DEBATE SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING TEACHING METHODS 

N.C. SCHOOLS RETURN TO BASIC INSTRUCTION 

BACK TO SCHOOL (FILMI 

IF DANGERFIELD IS FUNNY, 



SO IS "BACK TO SCHOOL" 



BACKACHE 

SEE ALSO PAIN 

SEN. HAWKINS' OPERATION GOES 'SUPERBLY' AT DUKE 

N.C. MEMORIAL PLANS BACK PAIN WORKSHOP 

BACK PAIN FOCUS OF LECTURE 

YOUR BACK: PROTECT IT CAREFULLY 

POLL SHOWS VOTERS BACK DAMAGE LIMITS IN SUITS 

BACKGAMMON 

SEE ALSO GAMES 

BACKGAMMON TOURNAMENT SCHEDULED FRIDAY 
BACKGAMMON SOCIAL DRAWS ONLY 12 

BACKPACKING 

SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS! 

SEE ALSO HIKING 

SEE ALSO WILDERNESS SURVIVAL 

ENGLISH TEACHER LEADS MOUNTAIN TREKS FOR ROYS 
SPANGLER THINKS EXCESSIVE RELAXATION AGAINST GRAIN 

BACTERIA 

SEE ALSO COLIFORM BACTERIA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMCS OF SPECIFIC OISEASESI 
SCIENTISTS LOOKING FOR HAZARDS THAT THREATEN FOOD FISH 

BAD CHECKS 

SEE ALSO CHECK KITING 
SEE ALSO CHECKS 

COURTS SEEK SOLUTION TO WORTHLESS CHECKS 

BAD-CHECK PILOT STARTS 

MAN APPEALING 44-YEAR TERM FOR BAD CHECKS 

BAD-CHECK PROGRAM COULO PROVE SAVINGS 

OEVELOPFR'S CASE CONTINUEO ON WORTHLESS CHECK CHARGES 

DEVELOPER SAYS LAWYERS FIRED HIM 

BAD DEBTS 

SEE ALSO BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO DEBTS 

SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

SEE ALSO GOVERNMENTAL DEBTS 
LET'S DUN THE OFADBEATS 

WITHHOLDING REFUNDS WAY TO STOP DEADBEATS 
JUDGE DECLINES TO ORDER MAN TO PAY HOSPITAL BILL 
SHAW REACHES AGREEMENT TO PAY Jl.2 MILLION IN OEBTS 

THE BADGETT SISTERS 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

HAHA'I FAITH 

BAHA'IS TO GIVE PEACE LETTER TU VALENTINE 

VALENTINE TO RECEIVE BAHA' I PEACE STATEMENT 

TALKING PEACE 

BAHA'IS TAKING ROOT IN DURHAM 

BAHA'I CELEBRATION 

SOME IRANIANS PERSECUTED 

IRAN PERSECUTES BAHA'IS 

BAHAMA, N.C. 

FIRE DAMAGES HOME 

FARMING IS TOUGH — ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE 7 

BAHAMA CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, DURHAM 
HOLIDAY WAVES 

BAHAMA RURITAN CLUB 
RURITAN WINNEPS 

BAHAMA VOLUNTEER FIRF OEPI. 

HOUSE IN BAHAMA DAMAGED BY FIRE 

BAHAMA VFD OFFERS TO SHARE STATION WITH SHERIFF'S DEPT. 

STUDENT PUTS OUT FIRES 

BAHAMAS (ISLANOSI 

12 PEOPLE INDICTEO BY GRANO JJRY INVESTIGATING DRUG SMUGGLING 

BAIL BONDS 

SEE ALSO CRIMES, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMFS OF SPECIFIC CRIMES! 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 

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

SCHOOLS LOSE MILLIONS IN BOND FUNOS 

BONO TERMS CHANGED IN CONCERT CASE 

MERCHANT SEEKS BOND AGAIN ON APPEAL OF CONVICTION 

MAGISTRATES WANT JUDGE'S APOL1GY 

COMPUTEPS TO HELP MAGISTRATES IN DECIDING ON BONDS 

COMPUTERS WILL HELP IN BOND-SETTING TASKS 

THESE BAIL BONOSMEN GET THEIR MAN 

BOND AGAIN DENIED FOR DURHAM LAWYER 

BOND HEARINGS UNDER WAY FOR SUSPECTED DRUG SELLFRS 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING SON 

LOW BOND STIRS OEPUT I E S-MAGI ST RA TE FUSS 

CASE OF IRATE MAGISTRATE CONTINUED 

BAILEY, BANKS AND BIOOLE JEWELRY 

POLICE: PURSE SNATCHED AT LIBRARY 

BAILEY, SELF, HARRIS 



PAGE 7 1 
1/09/87 



S 
E 

C PG 



H 2 8/19/86 A 



S 2 
S 2 
H 2 



2/19/86 B 2 
6/14/86 A 5 
12/21/86 C 8 



P L20 
F S27 

N 



6/29/86 E 
7/06/86 E 
3/17/86 E 
8/25/86 t 
9/01/86 B 
9/08/86 B 
9/15/86 A 
9/22/86 A 



7 11 

C80 
Zll 
C80 
I 11 
C80 



5/22/86 

5/23/B6 

10/14/86 



1 
13 



H 2 6/20/86 D 



H 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

H 2 



4/09/86 C 

5/16/86 B 

10/03/66 B 

10/08/86 D 

10/26/86 B 



9/04/66 B 
9/06/86 C 



N (ISO 
K G5T 



N 

N P38 



H 2 2/28/86 D 10 P N W66 
H 2 3/23/86 A 1 P N "10 



H 2 5/22/86 B 1 



? 


3/16/86 


r, 


1 


N 


SB? 


? 


4/16/86 


A 


1 


H 


18S 


? 


4/22/86 


A 


1 7 


N 




7 


4/22/86 


A 


4 


e 




7 


7/31/66 


A 


16 


N 




7 


8/07/86 


c 


1 


N 


X34 



H 2 3/07/86 A 4 E 

S 7 4/18/86 A 4 E 

H 2 5/13/86 B 1 N SB2 

H 2 8/20/66 B 2 N 



H 2 7/02/86 3 P F 



2/11/86 B 
2/13/66 E 
2/15/86 A 
2/19/86 B 
9/18/66 A 
12/01/86 A 
12/08/86 A 



L20 
S27 



S 2 
S 2 



1/31/86 C 
0/23/86 A 



P P T37 



S 2 12/22/66 C 1 P P R76 
H 2 12/11/66 C 12 P P K3D 



H 2 1/31/66 B 4 N 
H 2 3/08/86 C 1 N 
H 2 6/08/86 E 3 P N H45 



H 2 4/30/66 B 



? 


1/18/86 


r 


1 


P N 




> 


3/13/86 


A 


1 3 


.1 




> 


3/14/86 


A 


16 


N 


881 


7 


4/25/86 


B 


1 


N 


S8? 


/ 


4/26/86 


( 


? 


N 


SR? 


7 


5/05/86 


A 


1 3 


N 


sa? 


7 


5/07/86 


A 


4 


F 




f 


5/23/86 


H 


4 


N 




/ 


6/25/66 


R 


1 


N 


sa? 


/ 


7/11/86 


A 


15 


N 


sa? 


/ 


11/07/86 


A 


5 


N 




t 


11/08/86 


L 


1 


N 


A54 



H 2 11/25/86 D 



S 2 4/30/66 A 12 



MONTHLY/AN 



1/01/66 - 



INDEX 
12/31/66 



SUBJECTS 



»AC.E '2 
l/o<VBi 



DOSSIER: WILLIA" E. SELF 

BAINBRIOCE IN THE PARK 
SEE ALSO APARTMENTS 

PARK AREA GOOD PLACE TO LOOK = OR HOME 

RAKATSIAS LE NOUVEAU 

waiters HILL COMPETE IN ATHLETIC EVENTS 

BAKERY. CONFECTIONARY AND TOBACCO WORKERS UNION 

UNION LEADER: DECISION HIT LKE TON OF BRICKS 

A"ERICAN, UNION LEADERS ARE DISCUSSING SHUTDOWN 

GULLEY DISCUSSES SHUTDOWN'S EFFECTS 

GULLEY: UNIONS NEED UNITY 

AMERICAN, UNION DEFER TALKS 

AMERICAN, UNION DISCUSS TIMING OF PLANT SHUTDOWN 

WORKERS AT AMERICAN TO BEGIN move 

330 OURHAM EMPLOYEES NEEDED FOR AMERICAN PLANT IN R6IOSVILLE 

BALANCED G°OWTH 

SEE ECONOMY, N.C. 

SEE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE N.C. STATE GOALS ANO POLICY BOARD 

BALO 

SEE BALDNESS 

BALD EAGLE 

SEE EAGLES 

BALD HEAO ISLAND 

BALD HEAD ISLAND POPULAR WITH LOGGERHEAD TURTLES 
N.C. LOGGERHEAO TURTLES ARE BECOMING RECLUSIVE 

BALDNESS 

SEE ALSO "AIR 

YOU CAN CURE HAMS BUT NOT CHROME DOMES 

HEAD-TO-MEAO COMPETITION 

BOMPECK AND BALDIES 

CANADA APPROVES DRUG FOR BALDNESS 

BALDWIN'S IDURHAM BUSINESS! 

SALES CLERK WAS FRIENDLY, HELPFUL 

BALDWIN'S TO MOVE TO NEW LOCATION 

BALDWINS MOVING DOWNTOWN STORE TWO DOORS OVER 

BALDWINS SHOW FAITH IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM 

DOSSIER: R. LYNWOOD BALDWIN 

BALDWIN'S OPENS DOORS 

BALENTINES CAFETERIA 

DON'T FRET, IF SOMETHING IS MISSING AT NORTHGATE 

BALI 

SEE ALSO INDONESIA 

.HATEVER TIME. IT'S STILL GUAM 

SUBDUED BALLYHOO GREETS A »EARY REaGAN IN INDONESIA 

IN LAND OF LEISURELY ENJOYMENT, REAGAN TAKES DAY OFF WITH 3AL I 

A LONG DAY'S SEARCH FOR A PRESIDENTIAL NAME 

BALLENGER CORP. IS. C.I 

CONTRACT FOR AIRPORT APRONS AWARDED 

RDU SMOOTHS BUILOING CHANGES 

AIRPORT FUEL PIPELINE MAY BE 3UILT ACROSS PANEL MEMBER'S LAND 

PALLET 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S BALLET THEATRE 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

BULLOCK TRAINS TALENTED DANCE'S 

DURHAM BALLERINA IS BUDDING STAR 

DURHAM BALLERINAS AUDITION FOR 'STAR SEARCH' 

BALLET A-ERICA CONCERT DANCERS 

BALLET TO BE PERFORMED IN CASWELL 

BALLETAP U.S.A. 

DANCE TROUPE TO PERFORM 
BALLETAP U.S.A. PROVES BALLET. 



TAP DANCE OCN'T MIX 



BALLOON WORKS IN.C. FIRHI 

SEE ALSO HOT AIR BALLOONS 

STATESVILLE FIRM IS WORLO'S LARGEST HOT-AIR BALLOON MAKER 

PALLOONS 

SEE ALSO HOT AIR BALLOONS 

VALENTINE'S OAY CAN BE SPECIAL 

STUDENTS TO CEL C BRATE PASSENGER SAFETY WEEK WITH BALLOON LAUNCH 

BALLOON MAKES JOURNEY FRO" OEN TON TO DURHAM 

SCIENCE WEEK LIFTS OFF 

LIFTOFF 

BALLOCN COVERED 380 MILES IN 7 HOURS 

CELEBRATING CITIZENSHIP 

BALLOONS TO HELP FIND DRUGS 

LOFTING MESSAGES OF PEACE 

COUNTDOWN 

BALLOONS. HOT AIR 

SEE HOT AIR BALLOONS 

BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO ABSENTEE BALLOTS 
SEE ALSO CROSS-ClvER VOTING 
SEE ALSO STRAIGHT PARTY BALLOTS 
SEE ALSO WRITE-IN BALLOTS 

SAMPLE BALLOT 

SAMPLE BALLOT FOR TOMORROW'S VOTING 

SAMPL C BALLOT FOR TOMORROW'S =LECTION... 

TURNOUT HEAVY IN DURHAM PRECINCTS 

„»LNG NAME ON BALLOT IN 2 COUNTIES 

ROSE TO 'TAKE ACTION' OVER BALLOT ERROR 

BALLROOM DANCING 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN BALLROO" THEATER 
SEE ALSO OANCE 

OLD KOREAN, NEW BALLROO" ON DANCE FESTIVAL'S CARD 
BALLROOM DANCING IS BACK: AOF GROUP PROVES IT THIS WEEK... 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

HEY, WHO'S USING BALTIMORE WATER'? 
WATER BILL fjlLOwUP: STORY'S STILL "UDOY 
DR. MASSOGLIA FETEO IN BALTIMORE 

BALTIMORE ORIOLES 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL 

DEHPSEY. FRESH ARMS HAVE BIRDS EYEING SKY 

BANDS IMUSICI 



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N N U A L INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/06 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO B-l NAVY BANO 
SEE ALSO BIG BAND SOUND 
SEE ALSO HIGH SCHOOL BAND FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO MARCHING BANDS 
SEE ALSO U.S. MARINE CORPS BAND 
ROCK* MOUNT BANO WINS TV CONTFST 

THE BANGLES (MUSIC GROUPI 

THE BANGLES CHANGING IMAGE OF WOMEN'S ROCK 

BANK DEPOSITS 



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H 2 12/06/86 CBN 

H 2 4/18/86 D 3 R C85 



BANK FAILURES 

SEE BANKS. U.S. 



FAILURES 



N.C. 
ED ROBBERY, N.C. 
BERY, N.C. 
E CCB BRANCH ROBBEO 

D WITH ROBBING CCB BRANCH IN YOUNGSVILLE 
RENADE ROBS BANK IN GREENSBORO 
RGED IN BANK ROBBERY 

STEERS POLICE TO SUSPECT 

LEADS STATE IN NUMBER OF BANK ROBBERIES 
CKING DOWN OYEO MONEY 

SAVINGS AND LOAN BRANCH OF UNDISCLOSED SUM 
HOTGUN PULLS TWO ROBBERIES 
D IN THIRO BANK R0B1ERY 
I CHASE IS INJURED 
R SOUGHT IN ALAMANCE 



SHE'S AFTER BANKERS 



BANK FPAUD 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 

NEIGHBORS DESCRIBE MAN ARRESTED BY FBI AS MODEL CITIZEN 

BANK MERGERS 

SEE MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

RANK OF PILOT MOUNTAIN 

N.C. BANKER TO GO ON TRIAL 

TRIAL OF FORMER N.C. BANKER TO CONTINUE 

PILOT MOUNTAIN BANKER COULD DRAW 175-YEAR TERM 

BANK RECORDS 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC RECORDS 

COURT: JUDGES CAN ORDER BANK ACCOUNT INSPECTIONS 

BANK ROBBERIES. DURHAM 

SFE ALSO ARMED ROBBFRY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 
BRAGTOWN BANK ROBBED 

GUARANTY STATE BANK ROBBEO FOR FIFTH TIME IN FIVE YEARS 
POLICE STILL SEEKING BANK ROBBER " 

BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT 
MAN ROBS CREOIT UNION, ESCAPES 
GUNMAN ROBS CREDIT UNION 
ROBBER STILL SOUGHT 

POLICE SEEK ROBBER OF SCL IN DURHAM 
SCL ROBBED 

SSL ROBBER REMAINS AT-LARGE 
DURHAM MAN REPORTS ENTRY, RANSACKING OF CAR 

BANK ROBBERIES 
SEE ALSO AR 
SEE ALSO ROB 

YOUNGSVILL 

MAN CHARGE 

MAN WITH G 

MAN IS CHA 

RENTED CAR 

GREENSBORO 

POLICE TRA 

2 MEN ROB 

MAN WITH S 

MAN CHARGE 

OFFICER IN 

BANK ROBBE 

BANKERS. OURHAM 

MILKMAN, GROCER WEREN'T ENOUGH, 
TAX PLAN MAY ALTER BORROWING 

BACKERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. 

Ill fJ-IH £!5 S ! CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SFE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO NORTHWESTERN BANK 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK ANO TRUST CO. 

BUSINESSMEN STARTING BANK IN FAYETTEVILLE 

8¥2c!M R TlGS¥&i E 8N H &3!PcISB if s 5^ ¥ED ,N 84NKING *° ¥E4RS 

BANKERS, U.S. 

FUGITIVE BANKER SENTENCED; ORDEREO TO RFPAY 195,000 

BANKING REGULATIONS 

III ftiS l^dIng^ws' 5 " also names nF 84NKSI 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

S9ScP°If .,HI?°5i! J°? SAFETY FIT INTO BANK DEREGULATION' 
JJNfJj FAVORS KEEPING LIMIT ON CREDIT CARD INTEREST RATE 
SOUTH'S BANK HOLOING COMPANIES EXPECTED TO CONTINUE EXPANDING 

BANKRUPTCY 

SEE ALSO BAD DEBTS 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

MCLEAN TRUCKING SEEKS REORGANIZATION 
INSIDERS EXPECT MCLEAN TO CLOSE 

Fri'?ri | AR Nr F i L r D *S'i¥i T , H , CL f'!!!. F0R ' 70 MILLION IN RETIREMENT FUNDS 

T=,,r»I!; 1 -i. N S r N J C i "SSETS TO VIRGINIA COOPERATIVE 

TRUCKER CLOSES DURHAM BRANCH 

GLOBE PLANT SALE TO DIXIE APPROVED 

vr! J E T ii Q To I l rJ$h? SAL MD ?S BUSINESSES FILING FOR PROTECTION 

H f,kP? N .I5y£ l(I -^ G , HOP6s T0 RAISE OVER tlOO MILLION 

JUDGE APPROVtS SALE OF SHOWROOM 

AIRPORT EYES IMPACT FROM EASTERN'S SALE 

p-RISoSis^NK^PTC-Y H DOES^i E uis G T>ONl * ° ECL4RE ° B4NKPUPT 

SALE OF ARKLAND MAY NOT BE LEGAL 

FARMERS' GROUP FAILS TO HALT BLADEN AUCTION 

THOMPSON BANKRUPTCY PLEA FILED 

FBI TO PROBE ROBERTS FIRM 

iitf E pSS§gi" , ?o F aKi R i»ws e i°At!g E L §:!s K " uPTCy L4 * s To S4vF U4N ° 

SHOPPING CENTER TO BE AUCTIONED 
BANKRUPTCY VOIDS AUCTION 

S^nI F^VK TE^aTs'ee'kVhE^ F ° R "ORGANIZATION 

PERRY FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

FANFARE: PERRY BANKRUPT 

FINANCIAL JAM ONE PERRY CAN'T ESCAPE 

RALEICH FIRM TO BUILD ORANGE INDUSTRIAL PARK 

GROUP WANTS INDUSTRIAL PARK ON FCX LAND 

FAILURE OPENS DOOR TO LONDON 

TIME TELLS COUPLE'S PLIGHT IN LETTER TO DURHAM LAWYER 

of^in^nVsnickers" •«»'»'•««• to norlina co5?lI R who LOST FARM 

CLOUDS OF CRITICISM GREET BLACK HORSE RUN SALES AT STARTING GATE 



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10/26/86 D 
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H 2 


1/26/86 


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H 1 


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2/20/86 


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H 2 


2/23/86 


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S 2 


2/25/86 


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H 2 


3/02/86 


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3/29/86 


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H 2 


4/02/86 


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H 2 


4/06/86 


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S 2 


4/24/86 


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N T85 


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5/22/86 


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H 2 


7/26/86 


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H 2 


8/03/86 


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8/09/86 


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S 2 


8/13/06 


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S 2 


8/27/86 


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8/28/86 


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9/01/86 


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H 2 


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9/10/86 


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N N U A I 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 74 
1/09/97 



MORTGAGE BANKERS' CHIEF PREDICTS SINGLE-DIGIT RATES 

FMHA HIRES 11 LAWYERS TO PROCESS FORECLOSURES 

GOV. MARTIN ANNOUNCES STATE HILL START UNEMPLOYMENT INS. RESERVE FUND 

NEW BANKRUPTCY LAW MAY HELP SOME FARMERS 

MAKTON RESIDENTS CHARGE OIL PLANT ENDANGERS HEALTH 

NEW CHAPTER OF BANKRUPTCY CODE MAY GIVE FARMERS MORE LEEWAY... 

FARMER BANKRUPTCY CODE READY 

BANKRUPT EVANGELIST STARTS OVER 

BANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO AUTOMATIC BANK TELLERS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ANO LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, DURHAM (SEE ALSO NAMES OF 

FIRST UNION PLANS TO CLOSE TWO BRANCHES 

2 DURHAM BANKS BUCK HIGHER CREDIT CARO RATES 

MAGAZINE CITES DURHAM BLACK-OWNED FIRMS 

DURHAM BANKERS: TAX PLAN TO CUT LOAN FUNDS 

CCB MOVES TO EXPANO INTO BANKING IN CHARLOTTE 

LOAF ANO LOAN 

VILLAGE BANK PLANS BRANCH OFFICE NEAR SOUTH SQUARE 

33 FROM DURHAM NAMED TO HELP WITH FUTURE VILLAGE BANK BRANCH 

BREAKING GROUND 

DURHAM BANKS URGEO TO AID DOWNTOWN 

DOWNTOWN CAN BE REVITALIZED 

TAX PLAN MAY ALTER BORROWING 



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BANKS. 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 
SEE 



N.C. 



(DIVISION OF FIRST UNION C0RP.1 



NEW JOB 



ALSO BANKERS. N.C. 

ALSO CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK C TRUST CO. 

ALSO DIRECT DEPOSIT PAY SYSTEM 

ALSO ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER 

ALSO FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARO 

ALSO FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK 

SEE ALSO N.C. SCHOOL OF BANKING 

SEE ALSO NORTHWESTERN BANK 

SEE ALSO PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK ANO TRUST CO. (GENERAL HEADING! 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA SANK ANO TRUST CO. 
INTERSTATE BANK MERGERS TAKE EFFECT 
COURT: JUDGES CAN ORDER BANK ACCOUNT INSPECTIONS 
MARKET CAPITALIZATION CHANGES SOUTHEAST BANK RANKINGS 
LATE FOP WORK? TRY ONE OF THESE EXCUSES. THEN LOOK FOP 
STATE-CHARTERED BANKS SAIO HEALTHY 

3 DURHAM COMPANIES RANKED AMONG LARGEST OWNED BY BLACKS 
CCB MOVES TO EXPANO INTO BANKING IN CHARLOTTE 
NEW BANK PLANNED FOR GREENSPO^O 
JOB PROSPECTS UP FOR DURHAM AREA 

SURVEY: OOwNTOWN WORKERS WANT MORE RESTAURANTS. CLOTHING STORES 
ASSETS AT N.C. BANKS DROP 

BILL SETS TIME LIMIT FOR MARTIN TO SELECT JUOGES 
FAYETTEVILLE GROUP RAISING $5.5 MILLION FOR NEW BANK 
TAX CHANGES MAY HURT TEXTILES BUT HELP TOBACCO 
MAJOR N.C. BANKS LOWER PRIME RATES 
N.C. PROFESSOR: WE'LL EARN LESS ON SAVINGS 
OROP IN PRIME RATE BENEFICIAL TO DURHAM 
STATE TO CASH IN ON ITEMS FROM 1930S BANK FAILURES 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS „„,_.,, 

PANEL FAVORS KEEPING LIMIT ON CREOIT CARO INTEREST PATE 
THREE BANKS LOOK AT MOVING THFIR CREDIT CARD OPERATIONS 
HUTTON DRAWS YEAR'S PROBATION. FINED J50.000 IN 2 N.C. CASES 
BUSINESS eKIEFING 

N.C. BANKS TRY TO LURE RICH CUSTOMERS 
TAR HEEL BANKS DANGLING LURES FOR THE BIG ACCOUNTS 

STATE-CHARTERED BANKS STILL GROWING RAPIDLY BUT PROFITS SLIMMED 
SOUTH'S BANK HOLDING COMPANIES EXPECTED 10 CONTINUE EXPANDING 
N.C. BANKS UNLIKELY TO EXPAND INTO TEXAS 
N.C. THRIVES AS INTERSTATE BANKING CONCENTRATES POWER 

BANKS, N.C. FOREIGN INVESTMENT 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

PANEL BACKS NEW BANKING CONTRACTS 

BANKS, N.C SALES AND EARNINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C PROFITS 

STATE BANKS GROW BY 13*: CONSIDERED 'HEALTHY- 
EARLY REPORTS SHOW 1985 BANNE' YEAR FOR N.C. BANKS 
N.C. RANK PROFITS INCONSISTENT IN FIRST HALF... 
FIRST WACHOVIA INCOME U° 12 PFRCENT 

PURCHASE ADOS 2 BRANCHES FOR FIRST UNION CORP. IN FLA. 
FIRST UNION CORP. SHOWS BIG JUMP IN PROFITS 
TOKYO TELEX ISSUES CALL FOR MORE N.C. GOODS FOR JAPANESE 
STATE-CHARTEREO BANKS STILL GROWING RAPIDLY BUT PROFITS SLIMMEO 
INVESTOR FEAR ABOUT TAX REFORM IMPACT KNOCKS BACK AREA STOCKS 

BANKS, U.S. ISEE ALSO NAMES OF BAN<S1 

SEE ALSO BANKING REGULATIONS 

SEE ALSO CREDIT UNIONS 

SEE ALSO FEOERAL RESERVE BANK 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 

SEE ALSO PRIME INTEREST RATE 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

INTERSTATE BANKING BENEFITS ARE CITED 

HOW DOES DEPOSITOR SAFETY FIT INTO BANK DEREGULATION? 

IRA'S TO BE TAXED IN REFORM (CARTOONI 

FUUUA TO START BANKING PROGRAM 

NEIGHBORS D6SCRIBF MAN ARRESTED BY FBI AS MODEL CITIZEN 

SOUTH'S BANK HOLOING COMPANIES EXPECTED TO CONTINUE EXPANDING 

N.C. THRIVES AS INTERSTATE BANKING CONCENTRATES POWER 

RANKS, U.S., FAILURES „, 

STATE TO CASH IN ON ITEMS FROM 1930S BANK FAILURES 

BANNED BOOKS 

SEE CENSORSHIP 

BANNER ELK, N.C. 

RESORT CONOOS REPORTING SELLING. 

BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOME 

RETIREMENT HOME HAS NEW MANAG-RS 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO AIRCARF 

SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
HOSPITAL GETS OK FOR HELICOPTER 
BAPTIST HOSPITAL GETS HELICOPTER 
MOCKSVILLE TEEN-AGER GETS HEA^T TRANSPLANT 
HEART RECIPIENT REGAINS CONSCIOUSNESS 
HEART TPANSPLANT PATIENT LOOKS FORWARD TO PIZZA 
2 RECEIVE ORGANS FROM AIOS VICTIM 

ORGANS TRANSPLANTED FROM MAN WITH AIDS ANTIBODIES 
DOCTORS RAISE QUESTIONS ABOUT ORGAN TRANSPLANTS 



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1/03/86 

1/08/86 

2/16/96 

2/27/86 

4/13/86 

5/08/86 

5/21/86 

6/09/86 

6/12/86 

6/22/86 

6/22/86 

7/10/86 

7/20/86 

8/21/86 

8/27/86 

8/28/96 

8/28/86 

9/12/86 

9/16/86 

9/25/86 

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CRASH OF WINSTON-SALEM HOSPITAL HELICOPTER KILLS 3 

COPTER PILOT REPORTED NO PROBLEMS 

NO SIGNS OF MECHANICAL FAILURE FOUND IN HELICOPTER CRASH 

EXTRA MAINTENANCE MAS ORDEREO ON HELICOPTERS 

1.000 ATTEND CRASH VICTIMS" SERVICES 

1.000 MOURN CREW OF AMBULANCE COPTER 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL ASKED TO OEFINE ABORTION POLICY 

AIRCARE RESUMES HELICOPTER FLIGHTS 

HOSPITAL'S ABORTION POLICY QUESTIONED 

AIR-AMBULANCE SAFE, SAYS HOSPITAL OFFICIAL 

DESPITE PROPONENTS. MEDICAL HELICOPTERS CATCHING FLAK 

AIR AMBULANCE BACK IN SERVICE 

RECIPIENT HAS AIDS ANTIBODY 

AIRCARE HAD DEDICATED CREW 

BAPTIST SKIRT FLOOR FIGHT OVER ABORTION 

DONOR OF HEART IN DUKE TRANSPLANT HAO AI05 ANTIBODIES 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL TO GET JARVK HEART 

HOSPITAL WANTS HEART PUMP, NOT JARVIK HEART 

BAPTISTS 

SEE ALSO FRUITLAND BIBLE INSTITUTE 
SEE ALSO GENERAL BAPTIST CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST MINISTERS WELCOME TUTU 

BAPTISTS URGED TO TEACH SEX EDUCATION 

AUTHORITARIAN BAPTISTS ARE SOWING DISCORD 

BAPTISTS DIVIDED OVER CONVENTION 

BAPTIST TRUSTEES FROM N.C. RATEO MOST CONSERVATIVE 

liEI 1 , PI,°5EI CI *L SEES LITTLE INCENTIVE FOR CHURCHES TO PURGE THEIR ROLLS 

BAPTISTS TORN: DID ADAM AND EVE REALLY EXIST? 

BAPTIST UNIT SAYS PUT POLITICS ASIDE 

BAPTISTS 'HEADED FOR DIVORCE' 

HOMOSEXUALITY ISN'T DESIGNER'S INTENT 

JESUS SAID TO LOVE ENEMIES 

...SOUTHERN BAPTIST LAITY... IADP 

o.'£;,?J P Ii S I M ' N 'STER STICKS BY HIS ANT I-FUNOAMENTAL I ST STAND IN PLAYBOY S 2 8/15/86 A 

BAPTIST BOARO STRIKES AT WOMEN PASTORS H I 10/11/8°, A 

! T ?I«?, B cfS«!5?I ,STS H0PING T ° OVERCOME YEARS OF TURMOIL H 2 10/20/86 i 

A TIMELY SEVERANCE H 2 11/19/66 A 

BAR EXAMINATIONS ILAWI 

SEE N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

BARBECUE 

HOG DAY CELEBRATES PORCINE CUISINF 5 2 

UNCOOKED SOW REIGNS OVER TODAY'S HOG DAY H I 

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BARBERS, N.C. 

IT'S ONLY S2, BUT YOU ALWAYS GET CLIPPED 
HASTINGS FINDS RETREAT AT CASAR BARBERSHOP 

BARBERSHOP OUARTETS 

SEE SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION t ENCOURAGEMENT OF BARBERSHOP QUARTET SINGING 

BARBERSHOPS 

SE SL£n!2<u Q ,6 I nIoTEfi2v TH ! c P 5E5I? V £I ION .M'S COUI,A5e * ,6NT 0F BARBERSHOP QUARTET SINGING 

BARBERSHOP BIRTHDAY: 25 YEARS OF HAIRCUTS, SHOESHINES ANO GOSSIP H 2 7/27/86 

BARCELONA APARTMENTS 
LIGHTNING FIRE 

BARCLAYS AMERICAN CORP. 

BILL PASSED TO HELP SAVINGS AMD LOAN 

BAILOUT OF SAVINGS AND LOAN COULD COST OTHER INSTITUTIONS 

BAREFOOT 

INSIDE 

BARNACLES 

DUKE STUDYING CORAL EXTRACTS TO BAR BARNACLES 
CONFERENCE GOAL: 'ALL WET' RESEARCH 

BARNHILL CONTRACTING CO. (TARBORO, N.C.I 
BIOS APPROVED BY AUTHORITY 

BARNS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, BARNS 
BETTER OAYS 
BARNYARD GRAZING 
•DOWNRIGHT UGLY' BARNS UNDER ATTACK 

BARNWELL, S.C. 

SOME MERCHANTS WANT BARNWFLL REPOSITORY TO STAY IN OPERATION 

MERCHANTS CALL WASTE DUMP GOOO BUSINESS 

TAR HEELS GET NUCLEAR BLOW 

h C .*rIPi! N r C0V6TS ITS NUCLEAR WASTE OUMP, GUFFAWS AT N.C. 

OFFIC.AL T S F ?^V,^T^ic^ SBgSSlW" ° PE ° ATI " G LOW-LEVEL WASTE SITE 

BARRIER ISLANOS 

SEE ALSO BEACHES, N.C. ANO S.C. 
SEE ALSO CUTER BANKS, N.C. 

mSIiS^^'IS'IunS?" c,tes ne * J6RSEY shorel,ne «°« 

BARS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, BARS 

SEE ALSO HAPPY HOURS 

SEE ALSO L IOUOR-BY-THE-ORINK, N.C. 

B?irBAR E TO B sfiFFER M FROM r S^E BY HOl0,NG ,HHAT ELSE " * S ' LE! 
HIGHER AGE WILL MAKE BEER A LITTLE OIFFERENT CASE 
BAR OWNERS' 'HAPPY OAYS' PR0M3 TE INSURANCE SADNESS 

TFlN Q ArIJJ »oi: W frkrI l ?!r B ,£? n '.Sl N6 CUSTOMER IN AREA STORE BE CONSUMER? 
TEEN-AGERS ARE FLOCKING INTO, NOT OUT OF, BARS 



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6/25/86 
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8/06/86 
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BARTLETT YANCEY HIGH SCHOOL 
SEE ALSO YANCEYV1LLE, N.C. 

DRAWINGS APPROVED FOR CAMPUS 

BIDS FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING 3UIL0ING AWAROEO IN CASWELL 

"ARTLETT YANCEY HOUSE 

HISTORIC PRESERVATION GROUP HAS TWO CASWELL HOUSES FOR SALE 

BASEBALL 

III 4 , L fS A , L , L JJLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASEBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO ALL-STAR GAME, BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO APPALACHIAN LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO BALTIMORE ORIOLES 

HP 4L 52 ?ETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASEBALL TEAMS 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO CLEVELANO INDIANS 



1/16/86 B 
8/08/86 B 



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L 



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N 046 



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(UAL 
1/01/06 



INDEX 
12/31/16 



SUBJECTS 



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1/09/9 



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see also college baseball 

see also cuba, baseball 

see also Cuban national team ibaseballi 

see also diamond chips 

see also kansas city royals 

SEE ALSO KINSTON EAGLES {BASEBALL TEami 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES DODGERS 

SEE ALSO MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL. DRAFT 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK NETS 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK YANKEES 

SEE ALSO NORTH DURHAM LITTLE LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO NOSTALGIA 

SEE ALSO PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES 

SEE ALSO PITTS3URGH PIRATES 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS. BASEBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNOEP INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS) 

SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 

SEE ALSO TEAM U.S.A. 

SEE ALSO U.S. BASEBALL FEDERATION 

SEE ALSO KILL WYNNE AWARD 

BASEBALL IN RALEIGH FACES TOO MANY UNCERTAINTIES 

FELLER ENJOYS PITCHING BASEBALL IN MINORS 

BREWERS BANKING ON SURHOFF'S RISE 

BASEBALL BEGINS: EX-UNC STAR SURHOFF RESUMES OUEST 

AARON TAKES A SWING AT BASEBALL'S PROBLEMS 

CHAOwICK NEAR LIFE AS AN ANGEL 

CUBA TO PLAY U.S.A. IN DURHAM 

CRACK OF THE 1W00DEN] BAT HAY BE HEARD IN ACC IN '87 

N.C. STATE SITE APPROVED FOR STADIUM 

KOMMINSK OUT AS LEFT FIELDER. IN AT THIRD BASE 

SPRING TRAINING '86 

AT SPRING TRAINING 

BULLS LOSING PITCHING TRIO TO GREENVILLE 

THOMAS A •PROVIDER' FOR HIS FAMILY, BRAVtS 

NIEKRD TOSSES BRAVEILYI BUT WILL JOIN ANOTHER 

WARO BURNS TRAIL TO BIG LEAGUES 

ASSENMACHER RIDES STREAK ALL THE WAY: BULLS TO BRAVES 

SPRING TRAINING SURE SIGN WARM WEATHER RETURNING 

DEMPSEY, FRESH ARMS HAVE 3IR0S EYEING SKY 

GUERRERO TO MISS 3 MONTHS; Thomas SPARKS BRAVES 

posey battles knee injury 

■youthful' raines keeps getting better 

vacation to be short 

baseball explosion 

wish you were here 

yastrzemski gains release. hooks up with white sox 

virgil confident of snapping home run atlanta drought 

baseball — after one oay 

durham pulls' batteries will contain mostly new arms. faces 

3aseball "magic on oeck at ouke 

bright color of baseball 

bulls represented on five s3ua0s in major leagues 

diamond chips 

braves searching minors and majors for pitching help 

spring swings 

oiamond chips 

craig throwing best pitch in hopes for '82 repeat 

diamond chips 

cl crieo wolff during his brief reign at top 

hot dog! baseball! 

oiamono chips 

thomas remains star on the pise in "raves' infield 

oiamond chips 

roberts gets talent boost with signings 

wolfpack, devils beef up souao s with recruiting 

ncsu plans new sports complex 

diamond chips 

weiss puts bat on oisplay. awaits a's next move 

diamond chips 

tumpane confident this time around at richmond braves 

diamond chips 

bulls catch very little help from braves' latest draft 

three-run blast 

go. bh jackson, go 

oiamono chips 

indian's skipper traded farming for farm team 

oiamond chips 

bulls' inspiration: wellman moves out, hopes for move up 

watching bo becomes long wait for the impatient 

collector's item 

diamond chips 

bailey's changes put bulls' pitching in sharper focus 

carolina league honor takes mills by surprise 

n.c. man cries fjul. strikes out 

diamono chips 

gant homing in on bulls' mark 

wolff credited with luring cu3ans to n.c. 

cuea, team usa set for game 2 at dap 

cuban stars face u.s. tonight 

diamond chips 

•86 team usa low on talent in cuba series 

financial jam one perry can't escape 

john continues to pitch like an unretiring man 

durham native shines in return 

DlAMQND CHIPS 

BULLS' RELIEF ACE GOING 'SUB' way 

SUNS' MANAGER LIKES BULLS' ODDS FOR SOUTHERN TITLE 

•SUDDEN SAM' PITCHES COUNSELING ANO GETS WINS 

WILLIAMS' W-S STINT LIKELY TO BE BRIEF 

6LAUSER SETTLES IN AFTER PROMOTION 

BURLINGTON FACES LAST APPY SEASON 

EX-BULL COwLEY UNLIKELY NO-HITTER 

ACC PUTS WOOO BACK ON BASEBALL 

FANFARE: FAYETTEVILLE TIGERS 

BRAVES HOPE TO OUTRUN COMPETITION 

FANFARE: RALEIGH 9ASEBALL 

FANFARE: FAYETTEVILLE TIGERS 

FANFARE: CHARLOTTE BALLPARK 

JOHN: CLEMENS AN EXCEPTIONAL MVP EXCEPTION 

HARRISON, LAMB LOOK ELSEwHEPE 

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

FANFARE: O'S. CHARLOTTE AGREE 

BASEBALL, N.C. 

SEE ALSO APPALACHIAN LEAGUE 
SEE ALSO TURLINGTON INDIANS 

BULLS ANNOUNCE '86 SLATE 

GREENSBORO, W-S WIN IN SEMIPRO 

BASEBALL BATS 

THREE HURT IN BAT-SWINGING INCIDENT 

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

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME 

MCCOVEY NAMED TO HALL! 'CATFISH' MISSES 
SLAUGHTER FAMCUS, BUT STILL 'COUNTRY- 



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3/15/96 


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3/20/86 


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3/23/86 


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5/11/86 


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7/15/R6 


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7/15/86 





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7/20/96 


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H 2 


7/27/86 


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8/02/86 


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5 




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S 2 


8/02/36 


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8/03/96 


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H 2 


8/06/96 


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8/31/86 


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H 2 


9/14/86 


B 


2 


P 


N G50 


H 2 


9/21/86 


B 


2 




N G50 


h 2 


9/28/86 


B 


2 




N G50 


H 2 


10/05/36 


B 


2 




N G50 


H 2 


10/24/86 


C 


4 




N 


H 2 


U/09/e6 


B 


11 




N G50 


H 2 


11/12/86 





4 




N 


H 2 


11/25/86 





2 




N 


H 2 


11/30/86 


B 


8 




N 


H 2 


12/07/86 


B 


10 


P 


N G50 


H 2 


12/14/86 


B 


10 


P 


N G50 


H 2 


12/21/86 


B 


6 


P 


N G50 


H 2 


12/26/96 


C 


3 




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2 

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1/14/86 
7/13/86 


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3 
11 


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H 


2 

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8/29/86 
12/21/86 


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B 


3 

6 


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1/09/86 
1/16/96 




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R0X80R0 HONORS SLAUGHTER 

LOHBAROI . DOERR MAKE BASEBALL'S HALL OF FAME 



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BASEBALL NOTES 

SNITKFR RIDES BRAVES' 



PATH BACK TO DURHAM 



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BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM 

SEE SCHOOLSi N.C, CURRICULUM 
SEE SCHOOLS! N.T.. REFORM 

BASIC SKILLS TESTING 
SEE SCHOOLSi N.C., 



COMPETENCY TESTS 



SEE ALSO HEAOINGS UNOER EACH SCHOOLI 



BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 8ASKFTBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO BIG TEN CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA BLAZE 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SUN SUPER SIXTEEN 

SEE ALSO GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GENERAL HEADINGI 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO OLYMPICS. BASKETBALL 

III fifS ES^ P D I! A c5; BASKETBALL IBOYSI (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 

itfc ALSU rRU BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO THREE-POINT RULE 

SEE ALSO U.S. BASKETBALL LEAGUE 

SEE ALSO U.S. BASKETBALL TEAM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (GENERAL, 

SEE ALSO WORLD BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS 

EX-BLUE DEVIL VACENOAK SHOWING HIS TRUE COLORS 

VITALE SOLD ON OUKE DUO 

HARK! THE SOUND OF A HARDWOOD COURT 

VANDY SUB CAN CHALLENGE LANIER FOR 'BIGGEST FEETS* 

HALE USES DEFENSE TO THWART THIEF 

AT RANDOM 

ALARIE CHILLS FOES WITH HIS JANUARY EFFORT 

THEY SHOULD CHECK BASKETBALL'S TOP 10 

CITY, CHURCH AGREE ON BASKETBALL COURT 

MreRS^TURMS^SMAHP SMOOTE'* AT THE LINE IN FINAL SEASON 

BEST'S BIG EFFORT NOT IN RIGHT SPOT 

WELL-TRAVELED EX-CAVS CROSS PA THS.. . BR I EFLY 

DEAR CONGRESSMAN... (CARTOON! 

BRAINSTORMING BASKETBALL SET 

BARNSTORMING BASKETBALL SET 

SHAOOW PLAYS DEFENSE 

ACADEMIC ATHLETES 

HYSTERIA 

AFTER NBA RAID, HEELS, CARDINALS ARE FAVORITES 

MEOAL WINNERS 

GOING FOR THE HOOP 

SURE WINNER 

N.C. MAKES NBA PITCH 

TAR HEELS AGAIN BEING CONSIDERED FOR NO. 1 

RAINBALL 

'BRICK' BUILOS CHARACTER 

T^MPS^'s^Ot'eyI^^ 00 '' 1 H ° WES *" '^ NEH ° FFICES 

STILL WOWING 'EM 

CHARLOTTE SELLING NBA TICKETS 

RUSSIANS, YUGDS COMING TO DUKE, UNC IN NOVEMBER 

GAMES TO COME 

FANFARE: COACHING CLINIC 

PRO HOOPS' RESURGENCE SHOWS IN N.C. 

ACC MORE BALANCED, BUT NOT AS TALENTEO 

THIS WALK-ON A REAL CUTUP 

FANFARE: NBACTION 

UVA WON'T OPERATE EARLY WITH CALLOWAY 

BASKE^F SPEciAL' EDNESDAY ST4RTS 6,& HEEK 

BASKETBALL '86-87 

3 POINTS (CARTOONI 

DRIESELL TO COACH IN FESTIVAL? 

VALVANO COUNTS ON PACK ATTRITION 

basketball^ScIteT BE 0LVMP[C FEST1val coach 

POSTMAN HELPED BRING BLUE OEVILS KOUBEK TOGETHER 

WASHBURN WHEELS GETTING ATTENTION FROM L.A. LAW 

TIGERS' ELLIS CULLS BEST FROM CROP AT GUARD SPOT 

BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME 

CUNNINGHAM HEADS HALL OF FAME ELECTEES 

BASS ANGLERS SPORTSMAN SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO FISHING 

SOUTH AFRICAN ANGLERS CHASE FOR PRIZE CATCH 

BASS FISHING 

SEE ALSO LARGEMOUTH BASS 
SEE ALSO STRIPED RASS 

RIGSBEE WINS SECOND STRAIGHT BASS TOURNAMENT 

BIOLOGISTS WORRIED ABOUT BASS IN JORDAN LAKE 

BASS WINNERS*" 1 KE " R LAKE BASS A g0RLD RECORD 

JORDAN LAKE' "BASS NUMBERS DWINDLE 

COMMISSION WILL PROPOSE BASS CHANGES 

BASS WEEJUNS 

SEE ALSO SHOES 

DID STUOENT NEWSPAPER BEGIN THE WEEJUNS CRAZE? 

BAT CAVE, N.C. 

HUGE FISSURE CAVE IS HOME OF RARE BATS 

BATES NITEWEAR CO. 

UNION WINS IN GREENSBORO 

GREENSBORO TEXTILE WORKERS VOTE FOR UNION 

BATES TEXTILE SALES 

COMPANY FINED S19.0DO FOR SELLING JEANS 
BATH, N.C. 

THREE HISTORICAL DRAMAS BECKON BEACH&OERS 

BATH HOSTS OPEN HOUSE 



RATON TWIRLING 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE TWIRLERS 
TOP TWIRLERS 
PARADE ENTERTAINMENT 

BATS 



H 2 


1/12/86 


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4 


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N C52 


H 2 


1/17/86 


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1/17/86 


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U R46 


H 2 


1/19/86 


c 


4 


p 


N C52 


H 2 


1/26/86 


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4 




N C52 


S 2 


1/28/86 





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U 018 


H 2 


2/02/86 


c 


6 


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N C5? 


H 2 


2/02/86 





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S 2 


2/08/86 


A 


1 




N M69 


H 2 


2/09/86 


C 


4 


p 


N C52 


H 2 


2/16/86 


c 


4 


p 


N C52 


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2/23/86 


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6 


p 


N C5? 


H 2 


3/09/86 


D 


4 


T 


T R56 


S 2 


3/19/86 


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1 




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3/24/86 





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H 2 


3/27/86 


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1 


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P T37 


S 2 


4/02/86 


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5 


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P L20 


S 2 


4/17/86 


B 


1 




U F25 


H 2 


5/13/86 


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1 




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S 2 


5/29/86 


B 


4 


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H 2 


6/16/86 


A 


1 


p 


P K30 


S 2 


6/23/86 


C 


I 


P 


P L20 


S 2 


6/24/86 





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N 


H 2 


7/06/86 


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7 


P 


N 071 


H 2 


7/07/66 


D 


3 




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H 2 


7/11/86 


B 


5 


P 


P F70 


H 2 


7/19/86 


C 


1 


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F W27 


H 2 


7/20/86 


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1 1 




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8/01/86 


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8/05/86 





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8/07/86 


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8/10/86 


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4 


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N D71 


H 2 


8/19/86 


C 


1 


P 


<• L2(l 


H 2 


9/18/86 


D 


4 




N 


H 2 


9/28/86 


B 


12 




N D7I 


H 2 


10/12/86 


B 


8 




N D71 


H 2 


10/26/86 


a 


8 




N 071 


H 2 


10/31/66 


c 


3 


p 


N 


H 2 


11/02/86 


B 


9 




N 071 


H 2 


11/39/86 


B 


1 1 




N 071 


S 2 


11/14/66 


A 


I 


P 


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S 2 


11/14/86 





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p 


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H 2 


11/18/86 


D 


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T R56 


S 2 


1 1/20/86 


B 


6 




N 


H 2 


I 1/23/86 


B 


1 3 


P 


N D71 


S 2 


11/25/66 


A 


4 




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S 2 


12/11/86 


B 


1 




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H 2 


12/14/66 


B 


2 




N M14 


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12/20/86 


C 


2 


P 


P 


H 2 


12/21/86 


B 


2 




N M14 


S 2 


12/27/66 


c 


1 


p 


P L3B 


H 2 


12/28/86 


B 


2 


p 


N M14 


H 2 


3/02/86 


C 


9 


P 


N 



H 2 6/08/86 B 10 



4/27/86 B 

10/09/86 B 

10/26/86 B 

10/26/86 B 

11/39/86 B 

11/09/86 B 



N W60 

N M97 

N W60 

P 

N W6D 

N W60 



H 2 11/24/86 A 15 



S 2 7/30/86 B 



9/21/86 
9/23/96 



H 2 12/27/86 A 



6/01/86 
6/12/86 



10/16/86 
12/05/86 



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BATS MAY YIELD CLUE TO HEARING 

CRACK OF THE (WOODEN) BAT MAY BE HEARD IN ACC IN '87 

BAT TAKEN FROM HOME TESTEO FOR RAHIES 

GATE TO PROTECT RARE BATS 

HUGE FISSURE CAVE IS HOME OF RARE BATS 

BATTEREO WOMEN 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHILO ABUSE. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE. U.S. 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/DURHAM YWCA COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO RAPE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

SPOUSE ABUSE IS NO LONGER A HIDOEN PROBLEM 

AID IS SOUGHT FOR BATTEREO WO"EN 

FRANKLIN MAN CHARGED WITH BURNING WIFE 

W.VA. WOMAN TESTIFIES HUSBAND TORTURED HER 

FOR SOME. HOLIDAYS ARE TIME OF INCREASED ABUSE 

BATTERIES 

DISCHARGED 

THE BATTLE OF BENT0NV1LLE 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS 

BATTLEFIELO BAND 
BATTLEFIELD. 



BIG ZUKES GIVE TRADITION A TUNE-UP 



BAXTER B. BENSON CORP. (CONSTRUCTION CO. I 
CHAPEL HILL DEVELOPMENT SNAGGED AGAIN 
TWO PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS S= T TO OPEN 
PINEY MOUNTAIN HOUSING PROJECT INSPECTION OK 
DAY CARE OPERATOR GETS PLEOGE FROM HOUSING AUTHORITY ON REPAIRS 

BAY MEAOOwS SOCCER CAMP 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 

STONE TOLD TO HALT INOOOR SOCCER CAMP 

INOOOR SOCCER SIT? HITS ZONING SNAG 

SOCCER CAMP OFFICIALS OBEY DESIST ORDER 

SOME RESIDENTS CRITICAL OF STONE'S PROPOSEO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 

BONO WANTS WO"K HALTED AT DURHAM SOCCER CAMP 

BONO WANTS WORK STOPPED AT DURHAM SOCCER CAMP 

SOCCER FIELD NEGLECTS OVERSIGHT OF THE PUBLIC 

BOND TO RULE ON SOCCER CAMP 

SOCCER CAMP CAN CONTINUE L1M1TE0 WORK 

GRAOING TO CONTINUE 

APPRISE PUBLIC OF DEVELOPMENTS 

STONE CONSULTED COUNTY ON CAMP 

HEADLINE DIDN'T REFLECT STORY 

STONE APPEALS SEWER DENIAL F08 CAMP 

OEVELOPER CHALLENGES PERMIT OENIAL 

DEVELOPER'S FORECLOSURE WON'T AFFECT OFFICE TOWER 

BAYLOR UNIV. 

DUKE EYES MALPRACTICE COVERAGE OPTION 

BAZAARS 

SEE ALSO CHURCHES. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 

BAZAAR ITEMS 

BAZAAR PREPARATIONS 

ASSEMBLING CRAFTS 

BAZAAR PLANNING 

KRIS KRINGLF BAZAAR TO BE HELD SATURDAY 

BEACH COTTAGES 

BEACH COTTAGE NAMES COME IN A WIDE VARIETY 

BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. DURHAM 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 

SUMMER! BEACH MUSIC FEST MAY 10-11 ST EMERALD ISLE 

BEACHES. N.C. AND S .C . 

SEE ALSO BARRIER ISLANDS 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO OUTER BANKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO SEA LEVEL 

SEE ALSO TIDES 

WINTRY SEA TOSSES UP PRIZES FT R SHELL FANCIFRS 

SOUTH CAROLINIANS WARNED AGAINST SEA WALLS 

RISING SEA LEVEL AND EROSION THREATEN BEACHFRONT PROPERTY 

BALMY EASTER WEEKEND CROWDS N.C. BEACHES 

N.C. COAST OFFERS WIDE CHOICE OF BEACHES 

DUKE PROF: OCEAN RISE COULD HIT N.C. COAST 

BRUNSWICK CD. BEACHES BOAST A MILD CLIMATE 

SUNRISE STROLL 

ATLANTIC BEACH GROWS BY 90 ACES 

OUTER BANKS OFFER FUN OF ALL SORTS TO VISITORS 

NEW BFACH ALREADY ATTRACTING CROWDS 

HURRICANES PUT VACATIONERS AT RISK 

STATE'S ONLY BEACH FOR BLACKS HAS BEEN OPERATING FOR 37 YEARS 

BROCHURES HELP ATTRACT TOURISTS TO N.C. BEACHES 

TOURISTS FLOCK TO N.C. PEACHES 

INSIDE 

N.C. BEACHES NEFO BETTER DEVELOPMENT 

DUKE PROFESSOR: SEAWALL WILL DOOM LIGHTHOUSE 

CARTERET COUNTY SHRUGS OFF HURRICANE 

HEAD OFF EROSION 

EROSION NOT SO FUNNY 

DEVELOPMENT HAMPERS HURPICANE EVACUATIONS 

SHORELINE VIGILANCE NEEDED 

GOODBYE SUMMER, HELLO WORLO... BABY SEA TURTLES FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL 

TURTLE HAVEN NEEDS HELP 

DEBATE SWIRLS APOUND N.C. LIGHTHOUSE 

PILKEY TO SPEAK ABOUT SHORELINES. BEACH EROSION 

GROUP BACKS PILKEY BEACH-SAVING PLAN 

IMPROVED POADS LEAO TO BEACHES 

WATER QUALITY PANEL HEARS PLEAS FOR PROTECTION 

FIVE N.C. WATER PROJECTS INCLJOED IN BILL 

COASTAL WATER GROUP URGES POLLUTION STUDY 

COASTAL WATER STUDY PANEL ADOPTS LIST 

COASTAL RESIDENTS PREPARE FOR HIGH TIDES 

BEACHES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO LIVING WITH THE NEW JERSEY SHORE ( BOOK I 

SEE ALSO TIDES 

OUKE GEOLOGIST TO OIRECT STUOY OF U.S. SEASHORES 
DUKE GEOLOGIST'S BOOK CITES NEW JERSEY SHORELINE WOES 

REAkBAIT ING 

ANIMAL THEFT RING HAY OPERATE IN STATE 

OPPONENTS OF ANIMAL FIGHTING JRGE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ACT 

ANIMAL-FIGHTING BILL PASSED DESPITE FOES 



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7/30/86 8 3 N 



H 2 1/17/86 B 2 N 

S 2 3/07/86 C 1 N M(,o 

H 1 5/10/86 C 1 H 

H 2 6/06/86 A 15 N 

H 2 12/17/86 B 1 D F Z 11 



H 2 7/31/"6 A 16 P P M66 

H 2 7/04/86 D 2 P F 

H 2 3/07/86 D 3 p " C80 



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H 3 2/10/86 B 1 N 881 

S 2 2/19/86 A 5 N 

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4/24/86 


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1/18/86 


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3/16/86 


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3/31/86 


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5/25/86 





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6/08/36 





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C 19 


H 2 


6/12/86 


A 


19 


P 


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7/02/86 


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14 


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H 1 


7/15/86 


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7/24/86 


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S27 


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8/05/86 


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8/06/86 


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9/24/86 


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9/25/66 


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9/27/86 


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10/05/86 





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H 2 


10/15/86 


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12/03/86 


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PACE 79 
1/09/87 



A POSITIVE STEP 

BEARDS 

AVAST. YE LUBBERS! OFF WITH YE R 8EAR0 QR BE ORYOOCKEO 
BEARD CONTEST MAKING MEN 'UGLY' 

REARS 

SEE ALSO GRIZZLY BEARS 
SEE ALSO POLAR BEARS 
SEE ALSO TEDOY BEARS 

SMOKIES EXPECT BUMPER CROP OF BEAR CUBS 

BEAR SHOT AT PARK AFTER IT KILLED FAWN 

OURHAM MAN IS ATTACKED BY GRIZZLY BEAR IN MONTANA 

BLACK BEAR SHOT AFTER ATTACKING BURLINGTON SCOUT 

TRAIL REOPENEO AFTER DURHAM MAN ATTACKED BY BEARS 

FOOD ODORS IN TENTS MAY HAVE LURED BEARS 

SCOUT FROM BURLINGTON OESCRIBFS BEAR ATTACK 

ACCOUNT OF SCOUT'S DEATH HAS UNFAIR 

EXPERT EXPECTS BEAR CUB DEATHS FROM POOR ACORN CROP IN SMOKIES 

U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL'S MASCOTS BEARS UNVEILED 

TWO BEARS REMOVED FROM TREE 

OUTDOORS WATER SOURCES AREN'T WORTH THE RISK 

THE BEATLES (MUSIC GROUPI 

REMINISCES MADE PUBLIC 

BEAUFORT, N.C. 

SHUTTLE PILOT FROM BEAUFORT 
BEAUFORT GRIEVING FOR ITS MIKE SMITH 
MEMORIAL FOR MIKE SMITH 

BEAUFORT PAYING TRIBUTE TODAY TO ASTRONAUT SMITH 
TAPS FOR A PIONEER OF SPACE 

MEMORIAL REMEMBERS SMITH AS 'HEROIC PIONEER- 
RESEARCHERS TRACKING OOLPHINS 
BEAUFORT: AN IDEAL COASTAL EXPERIENCE 

BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAMS 

BFAUTIFICATION AWARDS BEING GIVEN 

CITY THAT CARES 

HAW RIVER SCHOOL WINS BEAUTIFICATION AWARO 

RUSTIC SHACKS PART OF SOUTH' S HERITAGE 

CITY SPRUCING UP FOR OLYMPIC FEST 

BEAUTILLION MILITAIRE LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME 
bet ALSO KAPPA ALPHA PSI 

GALA PROGRAM STRESSES CAREERS 
BEAUTILLION MILITAIRE 

BEAUTY 

■BEAUTY OF GREAT IMPORTANCE IN OUR LIVES' 

BEAUTY CONTESTS 

SEE ALSO TEEN-AGE BEAUTY CONTESTS 
BEAUTY ANO THE BATTLE 
BEAUTY CUM LAIJDE 

MOUNT HOLLY WOMAN CROWNED MISS WHEELCHAIR AMERICA 
NEW MISS BLACK AMERICA IS ALAMANCE NATIVE 
WOMEN LEAO OPPOSITION TO PAGEANT REQUEST 
IT'S MISS DURHAM TIME 

' UT wS^N H 1u R El°BEAiJT? 6 ?Al0N N FjJ fifofS&rj CHURCH BEC0MES ■"»"«*«- SALON 

BEAUX ART TRIO 

BEETHOVEN 'ARCHDUKE' BEAUX ARTS HIGHLIGHT 

BEAUX ARTS BALL 

IT WAS TWO-WAY 'CHANGING OF GUARD' 

"lEA^^OsiTNAwSfY^EAVESs'" "*"" C ° N5£R «"° N « * B ^ 

BEBOP MUSIC 

WITH JAZZ, 'PRESERVATION- 



IS TAKING MANY FORMS 



5 J* 1 6 * § „ BE D c BREAKFASTS. COUNTRY INNS BURGEONING 
RESTORED HEAOMASTER'S HOME A B ED- ANO-BRE AKF AST INN 

BEDFORD PRINTING CO. 

COBEY DEBTS ILLEGAL, DEMOCRATS CONTENO 
COMMISSION REJECTS FURTHER COBEY PROBE 

BEECH MOUNTAIN RESORT INC. 
LET IT SNOW 

BEECH-NUT CO. 

OFFICIALS AT FORT BRAGG REPORT GLASS FOUND IN BABY FOOD 

BEECHCRAFT 

SEE ALSO C-I2 [AIRPLANEI 

fe?¥fi*L H5ST« s IS!'Ij n * c - n4T I0NAL GUARD, C-12 PLANE 

FATAL FLIGHT'S PILOT ■ ME TICULT US' ABOUT SAFETY OF HIS PLANE 

BEECHTREE ICARY, N.C.I 

AVERAGE TRIANGLE HOME COSTS S90.100 

BEEF 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 

M?F l SSoS82Eli T gJsET p §»iil SLSuGS?a C4N HELP MAKE 4 wmNEq 0UT 0F you 

BEFKEEPING 

SEE ALSO BEES " 

SEE ALSO HONEY 

HE DOESN'T HAVE TO LOOK FAR TO SEE BUSY BEES 

A PASSION FOR BEES 

HONEY BY THE TON: IT'S BEEN A GREAT YEAR FOR BEEKEEPERS 



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BECTON, DICKINSON AND CO. 
BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
BUSINESS 

cr!5tJS3 'SnSmiS 6 ,kS S F 4ND LESS ° F THE TRAVELER'S DOLLAR IN CAROLINA 
rT C VE nio D f? N I?? N „ J0 ? KERS WANT H0RE RESTAURANTS, CLOTHING STORES 

G BE E CToS-oicLN?ON R NOtES E iAL t T S A PIsl ' N ,965 ' " YS C,TUENS F °° T " JU < T '" 

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BECTON DICKINSON REPORTS INCREASE IN SALES, EARNINGS 

BED AND BREAKFAST HOTELS 
SEE ALSO HOTELS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO THE INN AT BINGHAM SCHOOL 



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ACT CITY IN THE COUNTRY IT'S SAFER 

PEER 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH PILSNER BEER 

SEE ALSO MINE 

SELLING BEER TO MINOR CHARGED TO EMPLOYEE 

HAPPY QUAFFER PORTRAIT CAUGHT LAWYER'S EYE 

BOONE BEER SALES FIVE WEEKS AWAY 

MALT BEVERAGE CHARGE LODGED 

BEER BAR TO SUFFER FROM AGE 

HIGHER AGE HILL MAKE 8EER A LITTLE OIFFERENT CASE 

CHAPEL HILL: CHERNOBYL OF NEW DRINKING LAW? 

HOW LIGHT IS BEER? 

HIGHER DRINKING AGE MAY POSE PROBLEMS. ALCOHOL AGENT SAYS 

FIRFFIGHTER USES PEER TO NIP CAR FIRE IN BUD 

N.C. BEER HITTIK'G MARKET 

NEW NORTH CAROLINA BEER SELLING OUT IN AREA 

RALEIGH BEER SALES FLOWING 

BEER RIGHTS UNION 

CHAPEL HILL: CHERNOBYL OF NEW 0»[NKING LAW? 

UNC STUDENT FORMS BEER RIGHTS UNION 

BEER RIGHTS UNION NEEOS ENOUGH MONEY FOR CHARTER 

BEES 

SEE ALSO BEEKEEPING 

SEE ALSO HONEY 

SEE ALSO INSECT STINGS 

HF DOESN'T HAVE TO LOOK FAR TO SEE BUSY BEES 

A PASSION FOR BEES 

BEEKEEPERS SET SUPPER 

BEES SPOIL FIELD TRIP 

COOKING WITH HONEY 

BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 
SEE ALSO BIOFEEDBACK 

SPEAKER GIVES TIPS ON HANOLING STRESS 

BEHAVIORAL MEOICINE 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. BEHAVORUL MEOICINE RESEARCH CENTER 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO PSYCHIATRY 

DUKE CENTER GETS S4.5 MILLION GRANT TO STUOY BEHAVIOR AND HEART DISEASE H 7 9/07/86 C 10 

BEIRUT MASSACRE 
SEE LEBANON 



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8ELEWS LAKE 

SELENIUM LIMITS SET AFTER LAKE LOST AOUATIC LIFE 
TACKING IT EASY 

BELGIUM 

BELGIUM UNIVERSITY HONORS UNC-CH'S PROFESSOR PARR 

BELGIUM FIRM LEASES SPACE IN ALSTON PARK 

ART MUSEUM OFFERS A LECTURE SERIES ON OUTCH ART. CULTURE 

BELIZAIRE. THE CAJUN (FILM) 

FUNNY. VIOLENT 'BELIZAIRE' IS GOOD ALL THE WAY 



4/02/86 
7/02/86 



BELIZE 

HE LIKEO CARIBBEAN ISLAND SO 



1UCH THAT HE BOUGHT A CHUNK OF IT 



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BELK-LEGGETT IDURHAH, N.C.I 

RETIRING BELK LEGGETT OFFICIAL LEAVES LEGACY 

L.W.W. HORTON RETIRING 

L.W.W. HORTON APPRECIATED 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH THEFTS OF FOOD. CLOTHES FROM STORES 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED IN SHOOTING 

YULE TREES. HALLOWEEN BATS MAKE FOR CROWDED SEASON 

BELK-LEGGETT BUILDING IOURHAM, N.C.I 
•HERALD' INHERITS SPOOKY GUEST 

BELK STORE SERVICES. INC. 

TRUCKING COMPANY'S SUIT AGAINST BELK'S DISMISSED 

BELKS IGENERAL HEADINGI 

SEE ALSO CAPITOL RESTAURANT ROOM IRALFIGH. N.C.I 
L.W.W. HORTON RETIRING 
RALEIGH DRESSING: SECRET IS OUT 

BELL CLINE ASSOCIATES 

CONTRACTS REVIEWED FOR CENTERS 

SELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON INC. 
SFE ALSO HELICOPTERS 

OUKE COPIER CRASH PROBED 

NO SIGNS OF MECHANICAL FAILURF FOUND IN HELICOPTER CRASH 

EXTRA MAINTENANCE WAS ORDERED UN HELICOPTERS 

HOSPITAL HELICOPTER S AFE --C00' DI NA TOR 

AIRCARE RESUMES HELICOPTER FLIGHTS 

AIR-AMBULANCE SAFE, SAYS HOSPITAL OFFICIAL 

BELL-NORTHERN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO NORTHERN TELECOM 

ROOF COMPLETED FOR BNR'S 140 MILLION LAP 
TELECOM HELPS INSTALL 1ST VOICE-DATA SYSTEM 

BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES. INC. 
SEE ALSO TELEPHONES. U.S. 

MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS POPULAR INVESTMENTS 

BELLS 

SEE ALSO CARILLON IDUKE UNIV. C->APELI 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL PELLTOWER 
50-BELL TUNFS HAVE BECOME OUKE TRAOITION 
CONFEDERATE BF LL IS RFTURNED TO FORT FISHER 

BELL'S STOP-N-SHOP 

OELIVERY MAN ROBBED OF WALLET 

BELLSOUTH 

SEE ALSO FIBERLAN INC. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE 
BUSINESS HIGHL 1GHTS 

BELMONT PARK INEW YOPKI 
BELMONT'S TRAGEOY 

THE BENCH MARK IOURHAM HERALD COLUMNI , 

THE BENCH MARK: AVERAGE NEW HTMF IN OURHAM {83.500, STATE FIGURES SHOW 
CONTINUED OOWNWARO TREND EXPECTED FOR INTEREST RATES 
IT TAKES PL C NTY OF YEN TO BUILD IN OOWNTOWN TOKYO 
THE BENCH MARK 



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SUBJECTS 



EDUCATE YOURSELF BEFORE BUYI 
THE BENCH MARK 

LOW MORTGAGES FUEL HOME PR1C 
IS CHAPEL HILL OVERBUILT WIT 
THE BENCH MARK 

BOOM IN CONSTRUCTION IN OURH 
MULTIFAMRY DWELLINGS POPULA 
THE BENCH MARK: BUILDING PER 
THE BENCH MARK: MORE COOPERA 
PROOUCTS SHOWt PARADE OF HOM 
AVERAGE TRIANGLE HOME COSTS 
MASSIVE MOVEOUT BLAMED FOR w 
MORTGAGE BANKERS' CHIEF PREO 
DEMAND FOR HOUSING UNDER t 10 
OUT-OF-TOWN OFVELOPERS SEEN 
1-40 CORRIDOR PROMOTIONAL GR 
AVERAGE HOME IN OURHAM COSTS 
HOUSING DEMAND, LOW INTEREST 
OFFICF VACANCIES EXPECTED TO 
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY PAYS N 
TAX BILL'S NEGATIVE AFFECT S 
GROUND BROKEN FOR UNIVERSITY 
TRIANGLE DEVELOPER GETS LESS 
CONSTRUCTION FORECAST FOR ST 
GUAROIAN PLANS M I NI-WA REHOUS 



NG SPEC HOME 

E RISE 

APARTMENT UNITS? SOME AGENTS THINK SO 

AM CONTINUES BUT AT REDUCED RATE 
R INVESTMENTS 

MIT VALUE IN N.C. UP 3t IN JULY 
TION, PLANNING URGEO FOR OEVELOPERS 

S90. 100 

EAK RENTAL MARKET 

ICTS SINGLE-DIGIT RATES 

0, 000 GROWING 

MOVING TOO FAST 

OUP FORMED 

THE BUILDER $62,600 

RATES BUILO STRONG MARKET 

R ISE 

C. BIG DIVIOENDS 
EEN LESS THAN FEARED 

PLACE 
DM ABOUT AREA BROKERAGE 
ATE ROSY 
E ON CLUB BOULEVARD 



BENCHMARK/ATLANTIC 

CONDOMINIUM BUILDERS SUED BY HOMEOWNERS 

BENEFICIAL FINANCE 

COMPANY EXPANDS OFFICE 

BENETTON 

ROBBERS TAKE CASH, GUN FROM MAN IN PARKED CAR 

BENJAMIN N- DUKE LEADERSHIP AWAROS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., AWAROS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP 

TRIANGLE STUDENTS VIE FCR DUKE AWAROS 

92 STUDENTS NAMFO FINALISTS 

DUKE NAMES 1ST LEADERSHIP AWARD WINNERS 

BENNEHAN HOUSE 

SEE ALSO SHOP HILL 

i£J. E , R i 0R ? E £ ARIMENT EGRESSES CONCERN OVER TREYBURN ROAO 
BENNEHAM-CAMERON LISTING POSSIbLE IN NATIONAL RFGISTER 
l N ,9 R 5ylf, G 5 OIJP OUESTIONS PART OF TREYBURN REZONING 
ENO ASSOCIATION WILL DUCK LAWSUIT 

BENNETT COLLEGE 

BENNETT COLLEGE RECEPTION PLANNED 

BENNETT HOUSE 

SEE BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORi: SITE 

BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

^uft;aR NS R§STON MS T0 2N eEC $ fuR A E &HT BCNNETT PLA " HliTW1 B °" L 
AUTHOR RESTON SPEAKS ON SHERMAN SATUROAY 
RESTON CITES PARALLELS IN CIVIL WAR, VIETNAM 

5I?,J2tJ l, E WI TT ^?t ACe . CGUL0 B " USED «S PEACE MONUMENT 
BENNETT PLACE HOSTS LIVING HISTORY EVFNT 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

Uv\nG T HISTORY R4LS NEG0TIATE ' weary SOLDIER SWELTERS ANO WAITS 
DUKE HOMESTEAD PLANS EVENTS 
SOLDIERS TO CAMP AT BENNETT PLACE 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 
LIVING HISTORY 

3 OURHAM GROUPS GET GRANTS 
GROUP PRESERVES AREA'S PAST 

WORK RECOMMENDED FOR 5ENNFTT PL«CF SITE 

BENNETT PLACE PROJECTS URGED 

HISTORIC SITES CHANGE HOURS 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL CELEBRATE 

HISTORIC CELEBRATIONS PLANNED 

BENNETT PLACE STAGES LIVING HISTORY EVENT 

INDIAN ARTS AT STAGVILLE OPEN HOUSE 

BENNINGTON COLLEGE 

StLIPHB! LOOK: TAKE A TOUR OF THE AOF 
RECALLING BENNINGTON 

BENTON CONVENTION CENTFR I W IN STON-S AL EM, N.C.I 

4 N.C. CITIES COMPETE FOR CONVENTIONS' BIG BUCKS 

BENTWOOO PARK 

AVERAGE HOME IN OURHAM COSTS THE BUILDER «62,600 

BEPEA VOLUNTEER FIPE DEPARTMENT 

SE nc 4 E5°c9 R4f 'XJk 1 :Sr£9y^ TY ' N ' C " VOLUNTEER FIPE DEPARTMENTS 
BEREA FIRE DEPARTMENT IN DISPUTE OVFR CHARTFR 
FIRE DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR SAYS CHARTER IS OK " 
CONTROL OISPUTE SPLITS BEREA FIRE DEPARTMENT 

SVlp L UTE H 0rB^E: 4 F Y ,R 5 I T DE^«R D fME P N U f E 0R°A V w? KSwS'" 6 0E "« T "™" ' N BEREA 
BERINI DRIVE 

ELECTRICITY OUT ON BERINI ROAD 

BERKEY PHOTO INC. 

COLORCRAFT OF OURHAM IS NOW LARGEST FILM PROCESSOR IN U.S. 
BERLIN 

N.C. SOLDIER RECEIVES PURPLE HEART 

NIGHT CLUB BOMB CLAIMS NORTH CAROLINA SOLDIER 

fCn-fraM^e? f^r^r-liVeo-mb 1 5???,S t " ts F ' NSL Jnu " NFY r ° "- c - H0M! 

uV?r? AL nc°5cJ AR I ,?! E t VICI ' M 0" BERLIN BOMS SET SATURDAY 
VICTIM OF WEST BERLIN BOMBING BURIED IN ELLERBE AS WIFE SOBS 

BERLIN WALL 

SEE ALSO EAST GERMANY 
SEE ALSO WORLD WAR II 

•JERICHO' AIM: WALL'S REMOVAL 

..SI ".hi?.?? 1 -'-' GOING UP NEAR SHANTIES AT UNC 

UNC OFFICIALS OK BERLIN WALL REPLICA 

^, ERL J?L? AL ,!;' , ." 0RE SHANTIES ADDED AT UNC 

rnkk G £ E £ U f, AT UNC: 3 H0RE SHANTIES AODEO 

GOOD. BAD UNC STUDENTS 

THE WALL OF TYRANNY 

WALL REMINOS WORLD OF SYSTEM'S FAILURES 

ESEc F .rP.?? EN PRE SIDENT IN 1961... (CARTOONI 
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/ANNUAL 
1/01/36 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECT 



ECU DIVERS SURVEY BLOCKADE RUNNERS 

BERMUDA HIGH 

SEE ALSO WEATHER. N.C. 

MAVERICK BERMUDA HIGH REASON = OR HOT SPELL 
FARMER WAGES 24-HOUR BATTLE TO SAVE HIS CROPS 
BERMUDA HIGH SHIFT COULO END DROUGHT 

BERMUDA RUN 

•NEW" CROSBY GOLF BACK TO OLD 

CROSBY TOURNEY CONFIRMED 

FEEDING DUCKS BRINGS THREAT OF PROSECUTION 

OEACS TIED FOR NCAA LEAD; ACC GOLFERS SHARE TOP SPOT 

VERPLANK AIMS FOR TFAM TITLE 

OKLAHOMA STATF LEAOS MARATHON AT NCAA TOURNEY 

THE (KATHRYN) CROSBY DRAWS CELEBRITIES. LACKS PRO TOUCH 

JOHNSON. STENERUD EARN CROSBY VICTORY 



THE 



BEST CHRISTMAS PAGEANT EVER (BOOK AND PLArl 
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BEST PRODUCTS CO. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

2 DURHAM BEST STORES WON'T CLOSE 

BEST WESTERN HOTEL 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

ROU BEST WESTERN MAY MOVE 

BETA BLOCKERS 

SEE ALSO CKUGS 

BETA BLOCKER BLUES IS SNEAKY PROBLEM 

BETA SIGMA PHI 

FOR SOME CHILDREN. GIVING TO OTHERS IS THE BEST GIFT OF ALL 

BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 

SEE ALSO B'NAI B'RITH 

SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

SEE ALSO JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION 

GILBERT 'GI93Y' KATZ: SYNAGOGJE CANTQP WAS "AN WITH HEARTY SPIRIT 
GI8BY KATZ IS GONE. ANO SO IS SOMETHING OF DURHAM 

BETHABARA IMCRAVIAN CHURCHI 
SEE ALSO MORAVIANS 

AN EARLY INDEPENDENCE OAY 

BETHESDA. N.C. 

COUNTY PLANNERS POSTPONE ACTION ON BETHESDA PROJECT 
BETHESDA PEOPLE OPPOSE PLANS FOR PRESSURIZEO SEWER SYSTEM 
BETHESDA NEEDS SEWER 

ENGINEERS: GRAVITY SEWERS COST "ORE 
BETHESDA SEWER PLAN TO GET 2ND HEARING 
BETHESDA RESIDENTS: SEWER SURVEY 'TRICKERY- 
GRAVITY SYSTEM WANTED 

CITY ENGINEER RAPS COUNTY SEwER PLAN 
BETHESDA SEWER SESSIUN RESET 
BETHESDA GROUP PETITIONS BOARD 
BETHESDA SEWER ISSUE TO 3E AI»ED 
4 COMMISSIONERS FAVOR GRAVITY SEwER SYSTEM 
GRAVITY SEWER SYSTEM GAINS GROUND 
BOARD QUESTIONS SEwER WORK DELAY 
MANPOWER SHORTAGES DELAY SEWER WORK 
SLOW BETHESDA SEWER PROGRESS DRAWS CRITICISM 
BETHESDA RESIDENTS PUSH FOR SEwER SYSTEM 

9E T HES0A ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASE'ALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
COUNTY CHAMPS 
COUNTY CHAMPIONS 

BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEA»S 
BASKETBALL CHAMPS 
OURHA" COUNTY CO-CHAMPS 

BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE FOOTBALL 
COUNTY CHAMPS 

BETHESDA BAPTIST CHURCH 

■ChIlDREN-S HOUR- ENTERTAINS. TEACHES 
BETHESOA RESIOENTS PUSH FOR SEwER SYSTEM 

BETHESOA COWBOYS IFOOTBALL TEAM) 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL TEAMS 

BETHESOA ELEMENTARY. SCHOOL 
EASTE' BONNET TIME 
NEW SCHOOLS TOP WISH LIST 
S'JRPK! SE ! 
TOP COUNTY PATROL 
SKYWARD 

BETHESDA GOODWIN (BASKETBALL TEA"I 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 

REThESOA LITTLE LEAGUE (BASEBALLI 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASEBALL TES"S 

BETHESDA RURITAN CLUB 
LENGTHY SERVICE 

BETHESDA SPARTANS (BASKETBALL TEAM1 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 

BETHESOA TROTTERS IBASKETBALL T£AM| 

SEE BETHESOA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BASKETBALL TEAMS 

BETHESDA VOLUNTEER FIRE OEPT. 
NEW STATION 
TOP FIREFIGHTERS 

BETHLEHEM, NORTH CAROLINA 

POSTMARK KEEPS THIS POST OFFICE BUSY 

BETHLEHE" CENTER (CHARLOTTE. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO CHARLOTTE. N.C. 

■SANTA' LEAVES CASH AT AGENCY FOR SECOND YEAR 

BETTER BREATHERS CLUB 

SEE ALSO LUNG DISEASES 
SEE ALSO RESPIRATORY THERAPY 
GROUP WILL HELP LUNG PATIENTS 

BETTFR BUSINESS BUREAU 



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1/09/87 



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SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. SHALL 

SEE ALSO CHARITIES 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

GOVERNMENT -BALANCES' BUSINESSES. CONSUMERS. ATTORNEY GENFRAL SAYS 

THORNPURG: STATE, FIRMS AID EACH OTHER 

BBB CHIEF ASKS PROBE OF FUND DRIVE 

DIRECTOR OF BBB REQUESTS PROB c OF POLICE SOLICITOR 

BBS HEAD'S COMPLAINT SPURS CALL. NO PROBE 

IIIIP? BUSINESS BUREAU REPURT LISTS 2 COMPLAINTS ON GASAVERS 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU MEDIATION PROGRAM GETS RESULTS 

LODGE GETS 12.5% OF JAM-SALE MONEY 

BBB: BOAT OFFER MAY BE BOGUS 

BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

SEE FOUNDATION FOR BETTER HEALTH OF DURHAM 

BETTER TRANSPORTATION FOR N.C., INC. 

SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 
GROUP TO STUDY N.C. ROAO NEEDS 
TFER: OURHAM SHOULD PUSH ROAOS 

BEVERLY ENTERPRISES 

S .. T .£ TE WARNS CARE CENTER: RAISE STANDARDS OR CLOSE 

DURHAM CARE CENTER PLANS COMPLIANCE 

STATE TO PRESS EFFORT TO CLOSE NURSING HOME 

BEYONO ENGINEERING (BOOK! 

PROFESSOR PETROSKI'S SUBJECTS EXTEND SERENO I P ITOUSLY 

BHOPAL. INDIA 

SEE ALSO INDIA 

IJy?£Pret5 D i95If „ B y? P J L SURVIVORS FACE LUNG PROBLEMS 

SCIENTISTS OENISD TESTS INFORMATION 

LESSONS FROM BHOPAL TRAGEOY MAY SAVE LIVES 

SCIENTISTS SEEK INDIA'S HELP IN BHOPAL RESEARCH 

U.S. SCIENTISTS WANT DATA ON OEADLY GAS LEAK 

BHOPAL NO LEGAL SPORT 

UNION CARBIOE PLANS TO SELL RT P AGRICULTURAL OIVISION 

BIBLE 

SEE ALSO BIBLICAL INERRANCY 
SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C. RELI 

NEW STUDY BIBLE OFFERS INS 

WHY THE NUMBER FORTY? 

DUKE PROFESSOR: SOME RELIG 

DUKE PROF: GOSPELS VARY 

TOLERANCE OF DIVERSITY 

DON'T USE BIBLE AGAINST MA 

PROVERBS OFTEN GIVE PEOPLE 

BIBLE HAZY ABOUT CHRISTIAN 

GULLEY'S CRITICS PREACHING 

•TEDDY BEAR' REPORTER USES 

CAPITALISM HAS ROOTS IN BI 

NIV BIBLE TOPS KING JAMES 

YOW CAUSES CONTROVERSY BY 

SCRIPTURES SUPPORT OEATH P 

COACH YOW'S SMUGGLED BIBLE 

BIBLE-SMUGGLING WAS BAD ER 

THE WORD ON EXECUTIONS 

MAN-MADE LIE PREACHEO 

BIBLE TEACHES WAY OF SALVA 

CHRISTMAS STORY BLENDS TWO 

THE PROPHET ISAIAH... 



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NAMES OF CHURCHFSt 

GION 

IGHTS WITHOUT OOGMA 

IOUS NOTIONS MISINTERPRETED 



YOR 

A OV I C E 

EH1C ON SEXUALITY 

FALSF GOSPEL IN CONTROVERSY 

BIBLE AS YARDSTICK FOR ANSWERS 
BLE--DUKE SPEAKER 
SALES 

SMUGGLING BIBLES TO SOVIETS 
ENALTY, DUKE SCHOLAR SAYS 
S SHOWED COURAGE 
ROR IN JUOGMENT 



HON 
DIFFERING ACCOUNTS IN BIBLE 



BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 

OUKE EXPLORERS UNCOVER CITY'S SHINING PAST 

BIBLICAL INERRANCY 
SEE ALSO BIBLE 

OUKF PROFESSOR: SOME RELIGIOUS NOTIONS MISINTERPRETED 

BICYCLE RACES 

SEE ALSO BULL DURHAM BIKE FEST 
SEE ALSO VELODROME 

BICYCLE RACES SCHEOULED TODAY 

RONNIE RUCKETS TO VICTORY 

Bl'jF R oJri SfLEif V 2Soi r . B F CYCLE RA «S. BUT N.C. MAN WINS 

BIKE RACE WINNERS FROM N.C. CANADA 

GRfc E T I NGS 

FANFARE: VELOOROME NEEDED 

BICYCLE SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 

?I E \ LS 2 CARRBORO BICYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

BICYCLING SAFETY MEETING PLANNED 

BICYCLE THEFT 

THIEVFS TAKE BIKE FROM HOME 

BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO BIKE TREKS 

III alIS cyc^ng" tarmheei -S bicycle club 
bike fest back for memorial oa y 
bikers find trek 'fun. challenging' 

bicycles 

see also accidents, bicycles 

also bicycle trips 

also carolina tarwheels bicycle club 

also caproopo bicycle safety program 

also cycling 

also dirt bikes 

also tricycles 

BUNDLED C UP RGED '" BI CyCL E - RI ot NG ROBBERIES 

BICYCLIST IS INJURE!! 

HITCHING C A M R 4 DE K0LL S ITS WAY TO BIG SUCCESS 

BIKE SHOPS SHIFT GEARS IN DURHAM 

WARPED SENSE OF HUMOR 

BIKE RIDERS CAN TAKE SKILLS TFST 

BICYCLE IN THE PARK 

TRIP CUT SHORT FOR 10-YEAR-OLO 

LOW-FLYING OBJECT 

TWO-WHEEL TOURIST 

°EFICERS WOULD LIKE TO PUT THE PINCH ON IRKSOME CYCLIST 

WATER BIKE 

THIS FRIENDLY BICYCLIST HAS WAVES FOR OXFORD 



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1/09/87 



BICYCLE ACROBAT 
RAINY-DAY RIDING 
NEW USE FOR SIGN 
TRYING OUT HER WHEELS 
BICYCLE TREE 

BICYCLISTS. TRAFFIC LAWS 
SEE ALSO CYCLING 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 

BICYCLIST CITED ON Dw I CHARGE 
BICYCLIST FACING OWI CHARGE 

RIO-o IGGING 

SEE PRICE FIXING 

BIG RANO SOUND 

SEE ALSO BANDS (MUSICI 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 

DREAM BANK GOOO. IF NOT QUITE UP TO LEGENDS 

BIG BROTHERS. DURHAM 

CREOIT BIG BROTHER 

BIG FOUR FOOTBALL 

SFE ALSO ATLANTIC COAS I CONFER EMC E . FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

BIG 4 LOOKS BIG NOW 

BIG FOUR TENNIS TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 

FANFARE: BIG FOUR TENNIS 



JAY'S 
WHEN REFINANCING CAR, 



THINK SHORT - YOU PAY FASTER, MOKE CHEAPLY 



big six list 

see also feoeral eureau of investigation, n.c. 

fuouay-var ina man addeo to fbi's big six fugitive lis t 

big star food store [northgate shopping centeri 

don't fret, if something is missing at northgate 
cash registers talking back at grocery stores 

big star food store (wellons village shopping center! 
big star employee charged in larceny 
man with shotgun robs convenience store 

rig star food stores (general headingi 
business highlights 

big ten conference 

big ten schools interested in crum 

big ten conference, basketball 
see also basketball 
acc-versus-big 10 feud resumes with unc-illinois 

the big zucchini washboard bandits 

battlefield, big zukes give tradition a tune-up 

in the spotlight 

200 sponsors poster contest 

of records rap, 2uke, rambler 

see also marriages, u.s. 

bigamy suit filed against former davidson basketball star 

bigelow-sanforo inc. 

fielocrest to buy bige low- sanf or d 

bike rides 
see cycling 

rike treks 

see also bicycle trips 

see also cycling 

see also durham county schools, community eoucation program 

bikers fino trek 'fun, challenging' 

bilingual ecucation 

see english as a secono language 

see foreign languages 

see schools, n.c, language instruction 

see schools. u.s., curriculum 

bill boyce music center 

police Charge man with robbery 

bill collection agencies 
see collection agencies 

rill of rights 

see also first ahfnoment 

see also freedom of religion 

see also freedom of speech 

see also freedom of the press 

see also u.s. constitution 

lawyer says attorney general could be undermining rights 
freeooms guaranteed by g u r rill of rights 
constitution cannot be force feo to public 

bill of rights day 

salutf to bill of rights 



RILL SACKTER AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

AMERICA HONORS RETARDEO OURHA* ACAOEMY WORKER WITH 
TO HONnR CUSTODIAN 
AWARD 



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DURHAM MAN WINS NATIONAL 

SAKTER AWARD WINN C R 

MANY WERE TOUCHED 

COMMUNITY, MEDIA THANKED FOP SUPPORTING E. 



TAYLOR 



RILLBOARDS 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SIGNS 

SEE ALSO SIGNS 

BILLBOARD'S MESSAGE: LISTEN UP! 

MECKLENBURG BILLBOARD RULES 0' AW CRITICISM 

FORSYTH OFFICIAL PUSHES TAX OV. BILLBOARDS 

PANEL TOLD BILLBOARDS' UGLINESS HURTS BUSINESS 

THE BILLBOARD SUBSIDY 

BILLBOARD LAW NEEDS TEETH 

GREENSBORO ENACTS MORATORIUM ON BILLBOARDS 

PANEL PROPOSES REDUCING SIZE IF HIGHWAY BILLBOARUS 

DO CERTAIN RILLBOARDS KEEP HIGHWAYS SAFER? 



DATE 



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STATE UNVEILS AO CAMPAIGN TO DEDUCE ORUNKEN DRIVING 
STUDY PUSHES LIMITS TO STATE HIGHWAY SIGNS 
TREYBURN BILLBOARDS FIGHT IMAGE 
BIG MACt LITTLE MAC 

P-ILTMORE HOUSE 

6ILTM0RE REVIVING OLO CELEBRATION OF SPRING 
ASHEVILLE'S BILTMORE OPENS NEW RESTAURANT 
GREAT HOMES IN U.S. NEVER POWER CENTERS 
OON'T WAIT TILL FALL FOR MOUNTAIN TRIP 

BIMflF FESTIVAL (DURHAM AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 

BIMBE CULTURAL ARTS FESTIVAL BEGINS SUNDAY 

BIMBE STARTS SUNDAY 

TALKING DRUMS. DUAL TRUMPETER PERFORM THIS WEEKEND 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

BING CROSBY GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

•NEW" CROSBY C-OLF BACK TO OLD 

CROSBY GOLF TOURNEY TO USE AMA TEUR-CELEBH I T Y FORMAT 

CROSBY TOURNEY CONFIRMED 

MRS. CROSBY WITHDRAWS GUARANTFE 

UNBEATEN VIKES WIN PLAYOFF OPENER 

CCB BECOMES SPONSOR OF GOLF TOURNAMENT 

THE (KATHRYNI CROSBY DRAWS CELEBRITIES. LACKS PRO TOUCH 

JOHNSON. STFNERUO EARN CROSBY VICTORY 

FANFARE: CROSBY A SUCCESS 

MARTIN ANNOUNCES CREATION OF FUNO TO AID VICTIMS OF CHILD ABUSE IN I 

FANFARE: CROSBY COMING BACK 

BINGHAM SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO THE INN AT BINGHAM SCHOOL 

RESTORED HEADMASTER'S HOME A BED- AND-BREAKF A ST INN 

BINGHAM TOWNSHIP IWEST OF CAPRBORO. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C. 

OWASA AGAIN HFARS BINGHAM TOWNSHIP'S SLUDGE COMPLAINT 

BINGO 

SEE ALSO GAMBLING 
SEE ALSO GAMES 

COUNCIL OF THE BLIND LOSES FIGHT OVER BINGO 

WHY ISN'T LAW ENFORCED? 

CHEROKEE PANEL FAVORS INDIANS' BINGO CONTROL 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS LAWS RULING BINGO 

SENIOR CITIZENS FIND PLEASURE IN OCCASIONAL GAME OF BINGO 

BINGSWANGER'S OISEASE 

SEE ALSO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 
SEE ALSO BRAIN OISEASE 

N.C. WOMAN CHRONICLES PROGRESSION OF HUSBAND'S FATAL BKAIN OISOROER 

BINKLEY BAPTIST CHURCH (CHAPFL HILL. N.C.I 

A JOYOUS MOTION: CHIME. OTHERS AUGMENT SONG AND PRAYER WITH. ..DANCE 
THE STORY OF RUTH: BIBLE TALE MADE MUSICAL DRAMA... 
MUSIC DOMINATES BINKLEY CHURCH'S 'RUTH' 

BIOFEEDBACK 

SEE ALSO BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 
ALL STUDENTS FLUNK SMOKING TEST 

BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF MODERN PEACF LEADERS 
SEE ALSO PEACE 

PROFESSOR SAYS REAGAN OFF TARGET 

BIOGRAPHY 

SHARPE VOLUME DRAWS INTRIGUING PROFILE OF TAR HEEL PHILANTHROPIST 

BIOLOGICAL WARFARE 

SEE ALSO CHEMICAL WARFARE 

•PROGRESS' DEBATABLE IN CHEMICAL WARFARE 

BIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO COUNCIL OF BIOLOGY EDITORS 
SEE ALSO MARINE BIOLOGY 

BIOLOGY TELECONFERENCE TONIGHT 

DURHAM COUNTY TEACHER OF YEAR HAS CONTAGIOUS PASSION FOR LEARNING 

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 

SEE ALSO GENETIC ENGINEERING 

GROUP: FUTURE DEMANDS SCHOOL. BUSINESS AID 
NEW UNC TECHNIQUE MAY AID NASA INVESTIGATIONS 

BIOMEDICAL SIMULATIONS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BIOMEDICAL SIMULATION RESOURCE 
SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTERS IN RESEARCH SET AT DUKE 
COMPUTERS PAVE WAY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 

THE BIONIC OCTOGENARIAN (BOOK) 

AUTOBIOGRAPHY DETAILS RICH AND EXCITING LIFE 

BIOTECHNOLOGY 

SEE ALSO ONA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

COMPUTERS PAVE WAY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 

GROUP: FUTURE DEMANDS SCHOOL. BUSINESS AID 

BIOTECHNOLOGY CONFERENCF SATURDAY AT DUKE 

HIGH-TECH SPINOFFS SPFLL BUSINESS PROFITS 

M-T_ CCCI/C DlnTCruuni nru • rtn 



N.C. SEEKS BIOTFCHNOLOGY LEAD 

OTHER STATES NOW SEEK BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY 

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BIPOS 

SEE ALSO N.C. RAPTOR CENTER 

SEE ALSO OSPREYS 

SEE ALSO STARLINGS 

SEE ALSO TROPICAL KINGBIRDS 

SEE ALSO WILD BIRO REHABILITATION DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WOOOPECKERS 

DON'T LOCK UP BIRDS 

HURRY SPRING! 

PRETTY BIRDS 

RAVENOUS ROBINS 

A TIME TO NEST 

BURLINGTON MAN TOLD TO MOVE HIS BIRDS 

NEIGHBORS SAY BIROS TOO NOISY 

A TOUCHING LETTER 

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DUKE RESEARCHERS STUDY FOSSIL BIROS IN EGYPT 

TELEVISION IS FOR THE BIROS 

FAMILY TREE 

AND THEN THERE HAS ONE... 

BIRDWATCHERS 

SEE ALSO AUDUBON SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO NEW HOPE AUDUBON SOCIETY 

ENTHUSIASTS FLOCK TO HYDE FAR* FOR RARE GLIMPSE OF TROPICAL BIRD 

BIRD-WATCHING 

BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO ANTI-SPEPM VACCINE 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO CONDOMS 

SEE ALSO CONTRACEPTIVE SPONGES 

SEE ALSO OALKON SHIELD 

SEE ALSO ESTROGFN 

SEE ALSO FAMILY PLANNING 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSO INTRAUTERINE DEVICES 

SEE ALSO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO SPERMICIDES 

RULES APPROVED FOR PREGNANCY PREVENTION PLANS 

DUKE RESEARCHERS WORKING TOWARD ANTI-SPERM VACCINE 

RESEARCH URGED ON BIRTH CONTROL 

SPERMICIDES MAY PREVENT INFECTIONS 

STUDY EXAMINES CONTRACEPTIVE SPONGE'S ANTI-VIPAL ACTION 

IUD WITHDRAWAL REDUCES CONTRACEPTIVE CHOICES 

PREVENTING TEEN PREGNANCIES 

POTTS: U.S. LAGGING IN FAMILY PLANNING 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY OVERTUPN BAN ON CONTRACEPTIVES IN SCHOOLS 

IT'S PRESCRIPTION ONLY 

HYPERTENSION DRUG MAY BE USEO AS SPERMICIDE 

COLUMNIST URGES RESPONSIBLE ADS FOR PROPHYLACTICS 

TRY SOMF MORALITY PILLS 

8IR TH CONTROL PILLS 

SOME MEDICINES CAN INTEPACT WITH BIRTH CONTROL PILLS 

SCIENTISTS: 'THE PILL' HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON LIFE EXPECTANCY 

BIRTH CONTROL PILL HAS LITTLE EFFFCT ON LIFF EXPECTANCY, RIP RESEARCH.. 

IT'S PRESCRIPTION ONLY 

PILLi CANCER UNRELATED 

BIRTH DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO BABY DOE LEGISLATION 

SEE ALSO FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME 

SEE ALSO GENETIC COUNSELING 

SEE ALSO MALROTATION 

SEE ALSO MARCH OF OIMES 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO WRONGFUL LIFE SUITS 

SCIENTIST: LINKING LAB TESTS TO HUMANS NOT EASY 

WALK TO FIGHT BIRTH DEFECTS 

BABY OOE RULING RIGHT 

GOVERNMENT'S PLACE NOT AT HOSPITAL BEDSIDE 

ALCOHOL CAN HURT FMBRYO IN 3RD WEEK 

ALCOHOL SHOULO BE AVOIDED IN PREGNANCY 

EFFECTS UF TERMINALS TO BE STUDIED 

UNC TO ASSIST IN STUDY ON POSSIBLE LINK BETWEEN VOTSi PREGNANCY WOES 

BOY WHO HAD NUMEROUS OPERATIONS INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

JURORS PONDER GALLAGHER SUIT 

JURORS CONSIDERING SUIT AGAINST OUKE BY PARENTS OF PETAROEO GIRL 

COUPLE WINS 11.031 MILLION AWARD IN SUIT AGAINST OUKE 

BIRTH RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO MfoiCAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO TEST TUBE BABY 

BEING BORN FIRST HELPS. STUDY SHOWS 

BIRTHDAYS 

INSIDE 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MR. COMO 

FOUR JULY 4TH BIRTHDAYS SHATTERS ASTRONOMICAL OOOS FOR N.C. FAMILY 

CREEDMOOR'S BIRTHDAY MAN TURNS FROWNS UPSIDE DOWN 

HAPPY 100TH MRS. LAWS — AND ENJOY THE PARTY 

BIRTHING ROOM 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, BIRTHING ROOM 

BIRTHS 

SEE ALSO CHIL03IRTH 
SEE ALSO INFANTS 
SEE ALSO TEST TUBF BABY 
SEE ALSO TWINS 

PITT COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HAS BABY BOOM 

BIRTHS. ILLEGITIMATE 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
SEE ALSO SINGLE MOTHERS 

SEX EDUCATION PROGRAMS CRITICIZED 

CHILDBEARING BY UNMArCRIED WOMEN HITS RECORD LEVEL 

RISF IN ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS NOT GOOD NEWS 

BISCUITVILLE IHOLLOWAY STREETI 

MAN GETS 32 YEARS FOR STORE ROBBERIES 
STORE ROBBER GETS 32 YEARS 

BITING 

SPAT LEADS TO BITTEN FINGER 

BLACK AND DECKER MANUFACTURING CO. 

BLACK t. DECKEP OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE CHANGFS 
COMPANY WILL KEEP PLANT OPEN 

BLACK CHURCHES 

SEE ALSO CHURCHES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHURCHES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO MINISTERS, BLACK 

SEE ALSO RELIGION 1SEE ALSO NAMES OF CHURCHES! 

STATE'S BLACK BAPTISTS HOPING TO OVERCOME YEARS OF TURMOIL 

BLACK COLLFGES, N.C. 

OUT-OF-STATE CAP VOTE MAY BE DELAYEO 

WRITERS HEAR 4 UNC CHANCELLORS IN FOKUM 

BLACK SCHOOLS FARE POORLY IN NATIONAL TEACHERS EXAM 

BLACK STUDENTS HAVE FAILURE RATE OF 63.8 PERCENT ON TEACHERS EXAM 

BLACK COLLEGES GET FUNOING FOR RESEARCH 



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LIKE ABRAHAM, LUCAS STILL HAS COO'S WORK TO 00 AT SHAH U. 

COLLEGE EYES 1ST GOP CLUB ON BLACK CAMPUS 

UNC TO CONTINUE PROCEDURES FOR GAINING BLACKS 

TWO FACTORS SEEN AS HAMPERING UNC ENROLLMENT GOALS 

BLACK COLLEGES. N.C. BUDGET 

12 "ILLION FOR NCCU ADDED TO M.C. BUDGET 
MORE NCCU REPAIR FUNDS BUDGETEO 

BLACK COLLEGES. N.C.. ENROLLMENT 

UNC BOAPD SETS LIMIT ON OUT-OF-STATE STUDFNTS 
BLACK COLLEGE ENROLLMENT IS STAGNATING. REPORT SAYS 

BLACK COLLFGFS. N.C., TUITION 

S700.000 OF SCHOOL'S DEBT IS ATTRIBUTED TO NIGERIANS 

BLACK COLLEGES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 
BLACK SCHOOLS. ACADEMICS CONCERN NCAA 
A TOUGH DECISION WITHOUT ACRIMONY 

BLACK CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUS 

SEE CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS 

BLACK ENTERPRISE MAGAZINE 

3 DURHAM COMPANIES RANKED AMONG LARGEST OWNED BY BLACKS 
MAGAZINE CITES DURHAM BLACK-OWNED FIRMS 

BLACK FRIDAY 

•BLACK FRIOAY:' THREE MILE ISLAND DEBATE IS UNSETTLED 7 YEARS AFTER 

BLACK HISTORY 

SEE ALSO SLAVERY 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AFRO-AMERICAN STUOIES 

19TH CENTURY SCHOOLS TRAINED BLACK TEACHERS 

GREENVILLE MOVIE CALLED 'REAL PIECE OF HISTORY' 

DUKE HISTORIAN FRANKLIN SHOWS NEGLECTED LIFE OF BLACK LEAngR 

SLAVE OAYS COME ALIVE IN SONGS AND CRAFTS 

HISTORIAN'S BIRTH A 'SPECIAL DELIVERY' 

SEARCH FOR AFRICAN FOREBEARS BRINGS MAN TO NORTH CAROLINA 

WHO'S BURIED THERE? 

SLAVES' DESCENDANTS FROM SOMERSET PLACE TO TOUCH THEIR ROOTS 

THOSE HORN FREE RECALL HERITAGE AT UNIOUE 'FAMILY REUNION' IN CRESW C LL 

HALEY: STORIES LED HIM TO SEEK ROOTS 

PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR SURPRISED: SLAVE ANCESTORS SOUGHT A FARM 

DUKE PROF SAYS BLACK AMONG EARLY PLYMOUTH COLONISTS 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH (INCLUDES BLACK HISTORY WEEKI 
BLACK HISTORY MONTH WARRANTS CUR INTEREST 
THE TRIANGLE SALUTES BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
MAYA ANGELOU FEATUREO 

DUKE ATHLETE IS STAR OF BLACK HISTORY EVENT 
BANQUET SCHEDULED 
TRIBUTE 

MILES OAVIS GIVES A TOOT DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH 
BLACKS SHnuLO REVISE HISTORY 
STAGVILLE HOLDS BLACK-HISTORY EVENT 
MORE PROGRESS NEEDED TO AIO RACE RELATIONS 
TYSONS PLAY, SING JAZZ DURING FREE CONCERT ON TUESDAY 

StflK! SUT J C ^le H0 5ooel S: h^ R se T l? F ™ E FEM4le black " peri ™" r ^^d 

AFRICAN FOLKTALES 

N.C. GROUP PLANS TRIBUTE FOR CONGRESS' LONE BLACK WOMAN 

BLACK HISTORY 

DURHAM TRIBUTE TO HONOR DEMOCRAT FROM ILLINOIS 

DANCE PROGRAM IS PART OF BLACK HISTORY MQNTH 

PBS SPECIALS ON ROBESON. OANCE CONTINUE 

BLACK HORSE RUN 

GRAND OPENING OF BLACK HORSE RUN (AOI 

CLOUOS OF CRITICISM GREET BLACK HORSE RUN SALES AT STARTING GATE 
BLACK HORSE RUN DEVELOPER SAYS 120 OAYS UNTIL AMENITIES COMPLETE 
COUNTY GIVES ADVANCE FOR ST. JUSEPH'S ROOF 

BLACK INDUSTRIES, INC. 

DOSSIER: CRAIG M. BLACK 

GLAXO. BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO CONTINUE CAPSULE ORUGS 

BLACK INDUSTRIES' EARNINGS TRIPLE 

WHEN CHAMBER VOTED ON SHEARON HARP IS. ONLY GULLEY VOIFD NO 

BLACK LEAOERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

BLACK MOUNTAIN. N.C. 

N.C. LLAMAS GAIN IN POPULARITY 

BLACK MUSLIMS 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL HEA0ING1 
SEE ALSO MUSLIMS 

1960S BLACK LEAOER NOW PREACHFS ISLAM 



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9/20/86 


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9/23/86 


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BLACK-OWNED BUSIN 

SEE ALSO BLACK 

SEE ALSO DURHA 

SEE ALSO MINOR 

SEE ALSO MINOR 

SEE ALSO MINOR 

SEE ALSO N.C. 

PUTTING MORE 

RACIAL MATTE 

FORUM EXPLUR 

PANEL: PEPCF 

BLACKS URGED 

3 DURHAM COM 

MAGAZINE CIT 

BPOYHILL IN 

CUSTOM MOLDF 

OFFICIAL SAY 



ESSES 

S. U.S.. ECONOMIC STATUS 

M BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 

ITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGFtlCY 

ITY bUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

ITY CONTRACTORS 

ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSINESSES 

JOBS WHERE THE NEED IS 
RS IN OURHAM BUSINESSES: DOORS CLOSING OR OPENING' 
ES RELATIONSHIP OF RACE AND BUSINESS IN DURHA" 
PTIONS HARM BLACK FIR»S 

TO PUSH FOR FCONOMIC GAINS 
PANIES RANKED AMONG LARGEST OWNED BY BLACKS 
ES DURHAM BLACK-OWNEO FIRMS 
AREA COURTING MIN3RITY BUSINESS LEADERS 
RS OWNER TO BE HOMORED 
S LACK OF BUSINESSES HOLDING BACK BLACKS 



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BLACK-OWNED LAND 

NCCU LAW STUOENTS FIGHT LOSS OF FARMS 

BLACK PHYSICIANS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS. N.C. 

u!uH=!?, L J^,? 1 "? 00 "SEARCH PIONEER TO BE UNVEILED IN ALAMANCE 
MlrMUKlAL DEDICATED 

BLACK STUDENT MOVEMENT 

SFE ALSO BLACKS, STUDENTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, STUDENTS 
BLACK STUDENT GROUPS MEET AT NCCU 

BLACK WOMEN 

SEE ALSO "MAMMY" 

UNC HOSTS SEMINAR ON BLACK LEADERSHIP 



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12/31/8o 



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'AGE 19 
1/00/07 



HISTORY OP TOBACCO WORKERS: PART OF THE FEMALE "LACK C XPERIFNCE REVEALED H 

BEVERLY JONES A ROLE MODEL HERSELF H 

N.C. CROUP PLANS TRIBUTE FOR CUNGRESS' LONE BLACK WOMAN H 

TRIBUTE PAID CONGRESSWOMAN H 

MS. NORTON: BLACK WOMEN TOOK CART IN 2 MOVEMENTS H 

MS. NORTON DEFINES BLACK WOMEN'S ROLE IN HISOTRY S 

ACTIVIST: BLACK WOMEN MUST PURSUE POWER H 

BLACK WOMEN- S ISSUES S 

TIME TO 'LOOK AFTER YOURSELVES" H 

"MAMMIES" WERE EXPLOITED H 

MEMORIAL TQ SUBSERVIENCE H 

OR. ROSE BUTLER BROWNE, EOUCATGR, RIGHTS LEADER H 

UNC-GREENSBORO INSTRUCTOR TRYING TO UNDERSTAND SUICIDE H 
■SHUG' MEETS MS. ALEXANDER-RAL STON, WANTS ROLE AS N.C. JUDGE IN MOVIE H 

BLACKBEARD, KNIGHT OF THE BLACK FLAG (PLAY! 

THREE HISTORICAL ORAMAS BECKON 9EACHG0ERS H 

BLACKBFAPO'S REVENGE 

SEE ALSO OUTDOOR DRAMAS 

THREE HISTORICAL DRAMAS BECKON BEACHGOERS H 

BLACKBURN LITERARY FESTIVAL 

SEE DUKE UNIV. BLACKBURN LITERARY FESTIVAL 

BLACKMAIL 

SEE EXTORTION 

BLACKNALL HOUSE 

BLACKNALL HOUSE OWNER HANTS LATER OFADLINE H 

PANEL SUGGESTS EXTENSION FOR BLACKNALL HOUSE WORK H 

BLACKNALL GETS MORE TIME S 

BLACKNALL HOUSE PROBLEMS OVERCOME. COUNCIL IS TOLO H 

OLDEST BRICK DWELLING SET TO GET NEW PORCH S 

BLACKNALL STREET 

GUNFIGHT ERUPTS NEAR FEW GARDFNS 

BLACKNALL ST. GROCERY 

GROCERY EMPLOYEES ROBBED AND =EATEN 

THIEvFS BASH DOOKi TAKE GUNS, RING 

DURHAM MAN BEATEN. ROBBED WHILE WALKING HOME FROM STORE 

prutCE Charge man with robbery 

BLACKOUTS 

SFE ENERGY CRISIS. U.S. 
SEE POWER FAILURES 

BLACKS. ACTORS ANO ACTRESSES 

SEE ALSO ACTORS ANO ACTRESSES. U.S. 
BLACKS IN MOVIES CAROLINA TOPIC 
■SHUG" MEFTS MS. ALEXANDER-RAL STON, 



WANTS ROLE AS N.C. JUDGE IN MOVIE 



BLACKS, DANCE 

SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPHERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

'GAMES' PLAYS AGAIN AT ADF 

OANCE SEMINAR PRESERVATION PILOT 

BLACKS, DENTISTS 

STANLEY FLEMING 1ST BLACK ELECTED TO DENTAL BOARD 



BLACKS, DURHA 
SFE ALSO P 
SEE ALSO B 
SEE ALSO D 
SEE ALSO 
KING'S B 
THORNTON 
3 BLACKS 
2ND OIST 
WHITE CA 
MORE PRO 
HISTORY 
DURHAM B 
CHAMBER 
WRITER L 
MRS. HEP 
BLACKS P 
MANY BLA 
FORUMS S 
GULLEY P 
BLACK, G 
COMMITTE 
UNITY AM 



M 

LACKS, N.C. 

LACKS. U.S. 

URHAM. N.C RACE RELATIONS 

URHAM COMMITTEE ON T HF AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

IRTHQAY SPARKS "EMORIES FOR DURHAM WOMAN 

FLEET OF FOOT 

CUIT CARPENTER'S 
RICT MAY HAVE GOP. INDEPENDENT BIOS 
LLS HAYTI A 'SALVE TO HEAL WOUNOS* 
GRESS NEEOED TO AID RACE RELATIONS 

OF TOBACCO WORKERS: PART OF THE FEMALE BLACK EXPERI C NCE REVEALED 
LACKS VISIT BUDGET MEET 

FORUMS WILL AIR RACIAL CONCERNS ON A TOPICS 
ABELS MRS. HERON'S STATEMENT A 'SLAP IN FACE' 
ON WAS WRONG 

REAK RANKS IN PRIMARY FOR SENATE 
CKS SHUN COMMITTEE'S PICKS 
HOULD BECOME SPRINGBOSRD TO HARMONY 
REDICTED TO REMAIN IN OFFICE 
AY RIGHTS' FIGHT NOT THE SAME 
E'S INFLUENCE NEEDS MORE THAN EDICTS 
ONG BLACKS KEY TO SUCCESS 



BLACKS. EMPLOYMENT 

SEE EMPLOYMENT, BLACKS 
SEE JOB TRAINING 

BLACKS, FARMERS 

SEE ALSO FARMERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LAND LOSS PREVENTION PROJECT 
NCCU LAW STUDENTS FIGHT LOSS OF FARMS 
SURVEY: SMALL FARMERS FIND IT TOUGH TO SURVIVE 

BLACKS, FILMS 

SEE ALSO FRM INDUSTRY 

THEATER CELEBRATES 60 YEARS 

AN ANNIVERSARY OF FILM DELIGHTS 

CREEOMOOR FAMILY PORTRAYED IN UNC GOSPEL MUSIC MOVIE 

BLACKS. HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, MINORITIES 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, HEALTH CARE 

HEALTH MEET FOCUS WILL BE MINORITIES 

BLACK DONORS NEEOED FOR SICKLF CELL PROJECT 

DUKF STUDY: BODIES OF BLACKS, WHITESMAY REACT UIFFER6NTLY TO STRESS 

OUK c STUDY FINOS RACIAL FACTO' IN STRFSS RESPONSES 

BLACKS, LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS 
DEPUTY ATTORNEY RECALLS CHANGCS, CHALLENGES 
■SHUG' MEETS MS. ALEXANDER-PAL STON, WANTS ROLF AS N.C. JUDGE IN MOVIE 

BLACKS. M AYORS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIANS 
BLACK MAYORS FINO GOOD, BAD IN VOTING RIGHTS ACT 

BLACKS, MILITARY 

1ST BLACK MFDAL WINNER FROM N.C. 

POPE'S PREMIER PILOT: COL. PEOPLES TRAIL-BLAZING COMMANDER 

TRANSPORT BASE PUTS 'AIR' IN 'AIRBORNE' 

BLACK BAND 'UNIOUE BIT OF HERITAGE FOR THE NAVY' 

BLACKS. MINISTERS 



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INDEX 
12/31/86 



PAGE 89 
1/0O/87 



SEE MINISTERS. BLACK 

BLACKS. MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., BLACK MUSIC ARCHIVES 

SOUL SOUNDS SERVED UP IN GREENSBJRO, DURHAM 

THOMAS BURT SINGS THE BLUES 

BLACKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO ELACK PAC 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. U.S. 

S C E ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO N.C. GENrRAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

THE TRIANGLE SALUTES BLACK HISTORY MONTH 

WINSTON-SALEM TO NAME NEW COLISFUM FOR HERO 

SUPREME COURT TO HEAR EXTENSION SERVICE CASE 

BLACK OFFICIALS BLAME OWN RACE FOR LACK OF POLITICAL GAINS 

PRIMARY REQUIREMENT NOT HOT RACIAL ISSUE "LlilLAL GAINS 

DEMOCRATS CAN'T TAKE BLACK VOTE FOR GRANTED 

SUPREME COURT RULES N.C. C ARM AGENCY MAY DISCRIMINATE ILLEGALLY 

^ U r PRt ^., C 3i'S T „l 1J t. 6S „ e,<TENSION SERVICE. ..VIOLATING 19BA CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 

N.L. "AN MAY n E ENVOY 

RIGHTS LEADERS LAUD BROWN 

BROWN CANCELS CONVENTION APPEARANCE 

S5SiK c \.f^££S.Mi envoy in s. a=rica could be flop or big breakthrough 

BROWN WITHDRAWS NAME FROM CONSIDERATION 

STATE'S ONLY REACH FOR BLACKS HAS BEEN OPERATING FOR 37 YEARS 

HOMETOWN FRIENDS PAY TRIBUTE TO RUFFIN 

NAACP LEAOER: BLACKS ARE LOSING GROUND IN SCHOOL 

BLACKS, INDIAN FILE SUIT TO HALT JUDICIAL ELECTIONS 

SANFOPD WON 95* OF BLACK VOTE WITH A COLOR BL INO STRATEGY, AIDE SAYS 

COLOR-BLIND CAMPAIGN SHOULO BECOME MODEL 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CONFERENCE SET ON EDUCATION OF BLACK CHILDREN 

TOWN ANNEXATION BY BRUNSWICK COULO EMPOWER BLACK MAJORITY 

UNC TO CONTINUE PROCEDURES FO' GAINING BLACKS 

T ,S°.. F S£I9? S SEeN as HAMPERING UNC ENROLLMENT GOALS 

JOHN FOSTER. 91. ONE OF STATE'S 1ST BLACK OFFICFRS 

BLACKS. POLICE 

SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO POLICE, U.S. 

JOHN FOSTER, 91, ONE OF STATE'S 1ST BLACK OFFICFRS 

RLi ln\ P dh l il'itk^i^ 0LDtRS "' ""-'"CIANS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COMMITTEE ON THE AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

III iMH !!■£• PI N ! R4L ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS 

SEE ALS" SOUIH ORANGE BLACK CAUCUS 

2ND DISTRICT MAY HAVE GOP, INTEPENDFNT BIDS 

l i!SfifX.. C S? P .S l £ N SAI ° N0T EFFORT TO UNDERMINE SANFORD 

JACKSON SAYS BLACKS TO SUE OVER ELECTIONS 

£n££c °, D P P ?°5 T i IN l TY MU?T 8E ^SHEO FOR U.S. PJOR— GODDE 

S^TE ;A B NgiDA S Tr;A^ E H^?S T gu^^G P fo°wfS "*™ S QU ° ' 

^IBUTl°^,D L CrJ^R T ?S^OMAN ' ! : ^ RE »' ">* BLACK WOMAN 

UURHA" BLACKS VISIT BUDGET MEFT 

M J J 95' TV BLACK DISTRICT CHUOSING EETwFEN BLACK, WHITt SENATOR 

ASHE80R0 COMMITTEE STUDIES PROCESS TO ELECT CITY COUNCIL 

IK R ! E Q LE .F-Jt L 5lF' /e CONTESTS PIT BLACKS AGAINST BLACKS 

MORE BLACKS BECOMING ACTIVE IN N.C. POLITICS 

SiiC^^SF^'MiSoRSTY^WAR^E^^uS 1 ^ ttS&cS* -OL.TICAL GAINS 

Kff ps,s^Y^iCriN^oS^ osiTioN in 2no oistrict 

2Tp^, S , NfY „f l :i ,MS SLACKS DOUBLECROSSEO ON PRIMARIES 
MICHAUX WON'T RUN FOR CONGRESS 

DURHAM LIKELY TO REVERT TO MULTI-MEMdER DISTRICT 
REQISTRICTIN&: BACK TO SANITY UISIKILI 

WILDER CAN OFFER GOOD AOVICE ON GETTING ELECTED 

BLACKS. PRISONERS 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, U.S., POPULATION 
BLACKS MORE LIKELY THAN WHITES TO 

BLACKS. PROFESSORS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. TEACHERS 

SFE ALSO DUKE UNIV., FACULTY 

SEE ALSO PROFESSORS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, 



BE IMPRISONED, STUOY FINDS 



FACULTY 



UNC RECRUITMENT OF BLACK FACULTY MISSES '86 GOAL 

BLACKS, SHERIFFS 

SFE ALSO SHERIFFS, N.C. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY VOTERS ELECT JOHNSON SHERIFF 

BLACKS. SMOKING 

SEE ALSO SMOKING 

N.C. MUTUAL JOINS PROGRAM 10 HELP BLACKS OUII SMUKING 

BLACKS, STUDENTS 

SEE ALSO BLACK STUDENT MOVEMENT 

SE L\ L , S £. ?U£f UN1V " MINORITY STUDENTS AND FACULTY 

b^ack "Wt!SSi u 3i E a E Bn F l6V OH BL4CKS F0R DR0P0UI RATE 

CHISHOL": CUTS STOP COLLEGE-BOUND BLACKS 

^ A £b 5i H 29 LS flRE p OORLY IN NATIONAL TEACHERS E XAH 

fTUD^^^S^rwHITE'ca^F^^HAPpjlR 8 ' B " C8,T °» IEACHFR5 " AM 

^^ L BLSE P io K Br.C^S AC PR|p^I N EuR F HIGH I ,?CH PROGSiM 
U.S. SCHOOLS SAI0 NOT MEETING MINORITY NEEDS 

BLACKS, TEACHERS 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, PROFESSORS 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TEACHERS, U.S. 

i?IB Sif^Jr 1 "; SCHOOLS TRAINED BLACK TEACHERS 
NCAE PRESIDENT SAYS TEACHER SHORTAGE GROWS 

SOUTHERN RURAL SCHOOLS FIGHT SHORTAGE OF MINORITY TEACHERS 
BLACKS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. OURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WUM£N 

111 iU!, KatiSKal uSbaK lIagV" PU8l,C """^TRATORS 

SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, OURHAM 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, POLITICIANS 

BLACK WORKSHOP TO BE HELD AT UNC 

P 5'!^ I 5 TR I ST: HE L00K 4T LIFE AS BLACK AND WHITE 

GAINS BY BLACKS ARE ENDING? 



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1 


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H / 


12/31/86 


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1 


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1 90 


H 2 


12/31/86 


c 


A 


N 





H 2 12/31/B6 C 



H ? 


1/31/86 


B 


1 




N 


1 AT 


H 2 


1/31/86 


B 


5 




N 




H / 


2/03/e6 


A 


7 




N 




H 1 


2/07/86 


P. 


1 




N 


W?7 


H 3 


2/07/86 


P, 


1 


D 


N 


M10 


H 2 


2/21/86 


A 


p 


P 


N 




H 2 


2/26/86 


H 


7 


P 


N 




H 2 


3/03/86 


H 


1 


P 


N 


S80 


S / 


3/05/86 


A 


1 


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N 


M t 9 


H / 


3/2A/S6 


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1 3 




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H 7 


A/08/86 


A 


1 ? 




N 




H 2 


A/16/86 


n 


A 




N 




S 2 


A/17/86 


A 


15 




N 




H 2 


5/05/86 


r 


1 




N 




S ? 


5/05/86 


A 


8 




N 




H 2 


5/29/86 


R 


1 


P 


M 




S i 


5/30/86 


C 


5 




N 




H ' 


6/11/86 


( 


1 


P 


N 


0A6 


S I 


6/2A/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 


M06 


s / 


7/01/86 


A 


1 




N 


885 


H 2 


7/08/86 


A 


A 




F 




S 2 


7/17/86 


A 


A 




F 




H 2 


5/19/66 


C 


1 




N 


80 



H 3 12/09/86 C 



H 2 11/06/86 A 19 



5/1 7/e6 A 15 



H 


2 


2/26/86 b 


1 4 


P 


N 




H 


/ 


5/09/86 b 


8 




N 


linn 


S 


7 


8/1 A/86 C 


7 




N 




s 


/. 


8/1A/86 C 


7 




N 




H 


? 


8/15/86 C 


5 




N 




5 


/ 


8/23/86 B 


5 




N 




H 


3 


10/30/86 B 


1 




N 


W27 




I 


11/19/86 A 


9 


P 


N 


KO 


s 


2 


12/17/86 A 


1 


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N 


S9? 



1/13/86 
2/05/86 
9/29/86 



1/07/86 B 
2/21/86 A 
3/07/86 A 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/3l/8o 



SUBJECTS 



'AGE 901 
1/09/07 



JUSTICE ISN'T BLIND 

BLACKS AND SELF-RELIANCE 

THE AMERICAN DREAM 

OUKF PROF SAYS BLACK AMONG EA^LY PLYMOUTH COLONISTS 

TROUBLE PREDICTED FOR BLACKS UNLESS EDUCATION IS IM°ROVEO 

BLACKS* U.S., CANCER 

GROWING NUM=ER OF LOW-INCOME BLACKS WITH CANCER ALARMING NCCU SPE1KFR 

CUTTING BLACKS* CANCER RATE IS FOCUS AT NCCU 

BLACKS. U.S.. ECONOMIC STATUS 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 

SURVEY HATES TRIAO NORTH CAROLINA'S BFST BLACK ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 

BLACKS. U.S.. MIGRATION 

SEE ALSO POPULATION. U.S. 
NORTH NO PROMISED LAND 

BLACKS. U.S.. WAGES 

SEE ALSO WAGES. U.S. 

GAINS BY BLACKS ARE ENDING? 

EDUCATION THE ANSWER TO CLOSING w»GE GAP 

A STATISTICAL BLUNDER 

BLACKS. VOTER REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO MINORITY VOTERS 
SEE ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION 

RESEARCHER: MIODLE-A&SD WHITES STILL OOMINATE VOTING 

BLACKSMITHS 

BLACKSMITH STILL WORKS WITH ANVIL AND FOKGc 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

DUKF RESEARCHER POUNOS AWAY AT ANCIENT ART OF SLACKSM I TH I NG 

N.C. INVENTOR CAN SUPPLY FARRIER'S FORGE AND ANVIL 

BEGINNING BLACKSMITH COURSE OFFEREO AT DUKE 

BLACKSMITH COURSE OFFERED 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

BLADEN COUNTY. N.C. 

INCINERATOR HEARINGS EXPECTEO TO DRAW PACKED HOUSE 

OPPONENTS S°EAK OUT ON INCINERATOR FJR RADIOACTIVE WASTE 

STATE DENIES "LADEN COUNTY INCINERATOR PERMIT 

RAOIOACTIVE WASTE INCINERATOR PLANS RECEIVE SETBACK 

APPLICATION RESUBMITTED FOR BLADEN INCINERATOR 

STATE DENIES LICENSE FOR RAOIOACTIVE WASIE INCINERATOR 

IRRATIONAL FEAR FOILED BLADEN INCINERATOR PLAN, BACKERS S'Y 

FARMERS' GROUP FAILS TO HALT "LADEN AUCTION 

2,30D ACRES BURN IN BLADEN COJNTY 

U.S. ECOLOGY DROPS °LANS FOR INCINERATOR 

PLANNEO WASTE INCINERATOR DROPPED IN BLADEN COUNTY 

BLAOENBORO COTTON MILLS INC. 

COTTON MILLS TOLD TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS 

BLAST CRISIS (MUSIC GROuPI 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

BLIMPS 

LOw-TECH WEAPONRY GETS NOD FR^M BRASS 

PILOT GLIDES IN WORLD'S LARGEST AIRSHIP 

BLIMP COMPANY BRINGS NEEDED JIBS TO SECTION OF N.C. 

PLINO 

SEE ALSO AMD IAGE-RELATEO MASCULAR OEGENERA TION I 

SEE ALSO PRAILLF 

SEE ALSO ENERGY INFORMATION IN BRAILLE 

SEE ALSO LION'S CLUB INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO MOREHEAD SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 

SEE ALSO N.C. OEPT. OF HUMAN RESOURCES. DIVISION OF SFRVICES TO THE BLIND 

SEE ALSO N.C. LIBRARY FOR THE BLIND AND PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO N.C. SOCIETY FOR The PREVENTION OF BLINDNESS 

SEE ALSO VISION 

DUKF GETS GRANT FOR RESEARCH ON BLINDNESS 

DUKE POWER TO OFFER BRAILLE ELECTRIC BILLS 

DUKE POWER SERVICE FUR BLIND: BILLS IN BRAILLE 

COUNCIL OF THE BLINO LOSES FIGHT OVER BINGO 

THE BLINO LEADING IHfc BLINO 

CITY HALL HONORS KAY ELLIS 

THIS BLINO STUOFNT CAN 'SEE' 

STATE STOPS SFLLING CRAFTS " AO E BY BLINO 

PROBLEMS WITH VISION ACCOMPANY OLD AGE 

PROGRAM OFFERS TAPES TO THE HANDICAPPED 

LOW ENROLLMENT THREATENS FUTU=E OF SCHOOLS FOR DEAF, BLINO In N.C. 

ALU"NI DEFEND SCHOOL FOP BLINO 

BLINDNESS OOESN'T STOP C ROSS-C OUNTKY RUNNER 

BLIND RUNNER KEEPS PUSHING 

50 YEARS HELPING THE BLINO 

BLIND MAN'S AD c 0° fair VISITS REALLY PAYS OFF 

■THE n NLY THING WE CAN'T DO IS SE C ' 

LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES, INC.: 5 OTH ANNIVERSARY 

THE PROFICIENCY OF BLINO NEVER FAILS To AMA7E HEx 

WOMAN COMMUNICATES WITH TOUCH 

HE OOESN'T NEEO SIGHT TO »EAC-I THE FINISH LINE 

BLINO RUNNER REVS UP F0° TOMORROW'S RACE 

BLINO DOG CREDITED WITH SAVINS FAMILY 

BLINO RUNNER 'INSPIRATIONAL' IN 'RUN FOR SIGHT' 

BLOOD DONORS 

SEE ALSO PLOODMOBILE 

THE LIFE-GIVING RESOLUTION 

BROCHURES AVAILABLE 

BLOOD DONATIONS FALL 1 OX IN N.C. 

97 INSTITUTE WORKERS SCORN AI?S W I S I < FQPH AT I ON, OONATE BLOOD 

BUS STATION TO BE NEW PLASMA CENTER 

MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE SLATES BL 000 OR I VE 

BLACK DONORS NEEDED F"R SICKLF CELL PRCJECT 

POLICF DEPARTMENT INVITING COMMUNITY TO BLOOO OR I VE 

MEMORIAL DEOICATED 

NO BUS TO OMAHA, BUT WANT TO r . IVE PLASMA? 

BLOOO OR IVE IS JUNE 23 

BLOOD TESTS ARE DANGEROUS , _ „„„ 

RUHORS ABOUT AIDS CONTINUE TO HAMPER COLLECTION OF "LOOO 

DONATING BLOOD IS SAFE 

BLOOD DONORS SOUGHT ,__,_ 

TYPE NEGATIVE BLOOD NEEOEO BY N.C. REO CROSS 

BLOOD STILL NEEDED , _ „__ 

SCREENING FOR AIDS VIRUS MAKES BLOOD SAFER — UNC EXPERT 

REO CROSS TO ALLOW PATIENTS Tl DESIGNATE BLOUD DONORS 

MORE DIRECTED BLOOD OONATIONS ALLOwEO 

LAB OESTROYS AIDS-CONTAMINATED BLOOO FOUND IN TESTS 

RED CROSS BEGINS NEW BLOOD TEST TO REDUCE HEPATITIS 

OUKE. REO CROSS TESTING MACHINE TO ANALYZE BLOOO 

RED CROSS ASKING FOR GIFT OF B L 0UD 

RED CROSS OFFICIALS ASK MORF SLOOP DONATIONS 

HOLIDAYS LEAVE RED CROSS SHORT ON BLOOD 



DATE 

5/2<>/B6 

0/11/66 

10/22/86 

U/27/B6 

12/18/86 



DBO 
J 40 



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N "9* 



11/0T/B6 
11/J7/86 



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H 2 3/02/B6 A 15 M 
H 2 3/03/86 A 4 E 
H ? 3/14/86 A A L 



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3/25/66 


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7 


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8/29/66 





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1/34/86 


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l/23/»6 


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N 


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2/13/66 


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7 


N 


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2/14/06 


A 


9 


N 


7 


3/19/86 


H 


3 


N 


7 


3/25/16 


A 


7 


N 


7 


4/03/86 


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N 


7 


4/06/66 


( 


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N 


7 


5/0t/86 


A 


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7 


6/27/86 


A 


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6/29/86 


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H ? 5/0B/B6 A 26 N 

H 2 7/02/°5 D 3 P F 



S 2 5/09/R6 A 
H ? U/01/"6 C 
H 2 12/27/86 A 



H 2 


1/17/B6 


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6 


S 2 


1/27/B6 


A 


1 


H 2 


1/28/66 


A 


3 


H 2 


2/G5/R6 


B 


1 


H 2 


2/14/86 


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S 2 


2/24/56 


A 


1 


H 2 


3/20/86 


B 


2 


S 2 


a/14/86 


C 


16 


S 2 


9/04/66 


A 


6 


H 2 


?/l'/°6 


B 


2 


S 1 


9/22/86 


A 


3 


H 2 


10/0B/86 


A 


12 


h 2 


10/0R/B6 


A 


11 


S 2 


10/10/86 


A 


14 


H 2 


13/14/56 


e 


3 


H 2 


10/23/56 


C 


8 


H 2 


10/26/86 


E 


1 


H 2 


10/29/86 


D 


I 


H 2 


11/33/66 


B 


I 


S 2 


11 /24/B6 


B 


1 


H 2 


11/29/66 


A 


1 


S 2 


ll/29/Pt 


B 


1 


H 2 


12/01/66 


A 


13 


S 2 


12/01/66 


c 


1 


H 2 


1/04/86 


A 


4 


H 2 


1/39/66 


A 


14 


5 2 


1/1D/B6 


c 


5 


H 2 


1/15/86 


B 


1 


S 2 


1/21/56 


A 


I 


H 2 


3/07/86 


B 


4 


H 2 


3/1 l/°6 


B 


1 


H 2 


3/24/86 


B 


7 


H 1 


4/C8/66 


C 


1 


h 2 


6/10/R6 


e 


1 


S 2 


6/17/86 


c 


3 


H 2 


6/24/86 


A 


4 


H 2 


6/2'/86 


A 


20 


H 2 


6/3D/86 


A 


4 


S 2 


8/23/66 


B 


I 


H 2 


8/27/86 


B 


6 


S 2 


9/04/86 


C 


8 


H 2 


9/16/66 


c 


1 


H 2 


9/14/86 


c 


4 


S 2 


9/17/66 


A 


9 


H 1 


9/23/66 


c 


1 


H 2 


10/09/86 


c 


ID 


H 2 


1 1/12/86 


A 


12 


H 2 


12/17/86 


c 


4 


S 2 


12/21/86 


P 


1 


S 7 


12/31/86 


c 


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W8 2 
M97 
L40 

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S76 



076 
GSR 
C19 
S92 



5 30 
MSI 



MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



I N E X 
12/31/96 



SUBJECTS 



S 
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C PG 



PAGE 91 
1/09/97 



BLOOD PRESSURE 

SEE ALSO HYPERTENSION 

LEAD BELIEVED MORE RISKY FOR WHITE MALES. 40- 59 

PORTABLE BLOOO-PRESSURE MONITOR BEING USED IN NEW STUDY AT UNC 

UNC RESEARCHERS HOPE TO F I NO METHOO OF PREDICTING HYPERTENSION 

BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING CLINIC 
MEDWELL SEEKS VOLUNTEERS 

BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 
SEE ALSO TRUNKEN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO RECKLESS DRIVING 

SCREENING FOR AIDS VIRUS MAKES BLOOD SAFER--UNC EXPERT 

RED CROSS BEGINS NEW BLOOD TEST TO REDUCE HEPATITIS 

DOCTOR DENIES TAMPERING WITH BLOOD SAMPLE 

NEW BLOOD TEST MAY GIVE ANSWERS ON AGENT ORANGE 

DUKE. RED CROSS TESTING MACHINE TO ANALYZE "LOJD 

BLOOD TEST HELPS MONITOR OVARIAN CANCER 

BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS 

MEMORIAL FOR BLOOD RESEARCH PIONEER TO BE UNVEILED IN ALAMANCE 

PRECAUTIONS ARE NEEDED TO MAKE BLOOD SAFER 

RED CROSS TO ALLOW PATIENTS TO DESIGNATE BLOOD OONORS 

BLOODHOUNOS 

SEE ALSO DOGS 

HOW DO YOU TRACK DOWN MISSING BLOODHOUND? 

SAMPSON COUNTY DEPUTY SAYS BLOODHOUNO FOUNO BUT NOT IN CUSTODY 

COMPUTERS REPLACE BLOODHOUNDS TO CATCH ESCAPEES 

BLOOOMOBILE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN RED CROSS 
SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 

BLOOOMOBILE STOPS S C T AT NCCU. IBM 

COUNTY GENERAL TO HOST BLOOOMOBILE ON DEC. 8 

BLOOM COUNTY ICONIC SIRIPI 
CLEARING THE RECORD 

BLOWING ROCK. N.C. 

BOONE GETS LIQUOR SALES AFTER 3T YEARS 
ICE. THIEVES AND FIRE DO IN NATIVITY SCFNE 

BLOWING ROCK, N.C L 10UDR-BY-THE-0R INK 
SEE LIQUOR-BY- THE-DRINK, BLOWING ROCK 

BLUE BELL MANUFACTURING. INC. 
PLANE LANDS ON ITS NOSE 

BLUE BELL INC. STILL N. CAROLINA'S TOP PRIVATE COMPANY 
BLUE BELL MAY BE SOLO 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

DEBTS FORCE N.C. COMPANY TO SELL OUT 
JEAN PRICES MAY NOT BE AFFECTED 
HELMS SAYS REPORTS ARE EFFORT 'To SILENCE ME 1 
HELMS ASSOCIATE: NON-PROFIT COMPANY MADE MONEY 
BLUE BELL NOW ON VF CORP.'S PAYROLL 
BLUE BELL OFFICES REPORTEO CLOSING 
APPAREL MAKER MAY CLOSE SOME PLANTS 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELO OF N.C. 

ANALYSTS AT WACHOVIA SEE NAT1?N'S ECONOMY EDGING UP THIS YEAR 

BLUE CROSS OFFERS NEW -HIGH-RISK 1 COVERAGE 

BLUE CROSS TO INSURE ANYONE UIOFR 65 

HEALTH BENEFITS PAY MORE IN DURHAM 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

INSURANCE CLAIMS UP 

BLUE CROSS SAYS NEW PLAN WILL SAVF MONEY 

BLUF CROSS WILL USE RESERVES TO HOLD DOWN RATE INCREASES 

OOCTORS TO CONSIDER CUTTING BLUE CROSS TIES 

MAJOR CONTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE RANKED FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. 

HEOICAL SOCIETY TO FORM STATEWIDE HEALTH GROUP 

BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

BLUE CROSS PLAN MAOE AVAILABLE TO STATE WORKERS 

HEALTH INSURERS VYING TO SIGN STATE WORKERS 

BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELO SCHEDULES BUILDING TOURS 

OFFICE SURGFRY POPULAR IN OURHAM 

SLATER PROMOTED AT BLUE CROSS. BLUE SHIELO 

TAX REFORM WILL COST BLUE CROSS 

BLUE CROSS TO INSURE U.S. OLYMPIC IEAM 

WOMAN CHARGED IN ALTERING CHECKS 

BLUE CROSS OFFERS OPEN ENROLLMENT 

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD OKS DENTAL PLAN 

REPORTS SAY BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD GETTING STATE CONTRACT FOR INSURANCE 

STATE EMPLOYEES HEALTH PLAN BACK IN BLUE CROSS 1 HANDS 

IT^S TIME TO RISE AND SHINE 

BLUE CPOSS AND BLUF SHIELO OF N.C. EMPLOYEES 
BLUE CROSS NAMES NEW PR DIRECTOR 
GOODIES 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. FRAUD UNIT 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE FRAUD 

BLUE CROSS TO FORM UNIT TO BATTLE FRAUD 

BLUE JEANS 

SALE OF COUNTERFEIT JEANS BY SALVATION ARMY CRITICIZED 
RIPPED JEANS ARE IN FASHION 

COUNTERFEIT JEANS GIVEAWAY T03 much OF A GOOD THING? 
STOVALL STILL SEEKING INDUSTRY To REPLACE JONBIL 
COMPANY FINFD 119.000 FOR SELLING JEANS 

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS 

SEE ALSO HIGH COUNTRY AMBASSADORS 

SENIOR-CITIZEN TOURISTS LIKE MUUNTAIN TOUR GUIOES 

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 

FIRE CLOSFS SECTION OF BLUE RIOGE PARKWAY 

SLAIN COUPLE IN BUNCOMBE IDENTIFIED 

RAlTs BR.GHT?N [ FOL?AGE H OU?CoOK ° UTD ° 0RS - lN SCENIC »°RTH CAROLINA 

BLUE VELVET IFILMI 

•BLUE VELVET 1 IS JUST THE HARDY BOYS WITH KINKS 

P-LUEGRASS MUSIC 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 

BLUEGRASS AND JAZZ ARE SIDE BY SIOE IN SKYLINE 

THE 6LAKES: ODD COMBINATION PLAYS COUNTRY IN CARRBORO TONIGHT 

BLUES MUSK 

SEE ALSO MUSIC 

IT WAS THE DIRTY-GUITAR BLUES FROM HAWKS IN HILLSBOROUGH 
THOMAS BURT SINGS THE BLUES 



3/12/96 
5/09/96 
5/23/96 



I 
9 P 

20 



H 2 5/21/S6 A 



H 1 
5 2 

H 2 



9/16/96 
10/09/86 
10/12/96 
10/30/96 
11/12/86 
12/18/86 



N 

N nan 

N D8D 



4/05/86 C 1 
8/20/96 A 15 
9/16/86 C A 



4/19/86 
4/19/86 
8/28/96 



H 2 2/09/B6 B B 
S 2 11/18/86 A 7 



H 2 2/11/86 A 



H 2 4/27/86 CI? N 
H 2 12/19/86 A 12 N 



H 2 


1/08/86 


A 


9 


P 




H 2 


6/12/B6 


A 


20 


N 




H 2 


7/20/B6 


C 


4 


N 




H 2 


7/29/86 


A 


13 


N 




S 2 


7/29/96 


A 


3 


N 




H 2 


8/03/e6 


c 


13 


N 




S 2 


8/11/86 


A 


2 


N 




H 2 


B/18/86 


c 


1 p 


N 




H 2 


11/19/86 


A 


15 


N 




H 2 


11/20/86 


A 


22 


N 




H 3 


12/11/86 


D 


3 


N 




H 2 


1/09/86 


D 


4 P 


U 


L41 


S 2 


1/24/86 


C 


1 


N 


W3 7 


H 2 


1/25/86 


c 


3 


N 




S 2 


3/10/86 


A 


7 


N 




H 2 


3/15/86 


c 


5 P 


N 




H 2 


3/19/86 


B 


1 


N 




H 2 


4/24/B6 


A 


1 


K 


"30 


S 2 


4/24/86 


A 


1 


N 


W8? 


H 2 


4/27/86 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/04/86 


c 


20 P 


U 


L41 


H 2 


5/05/B6 


c 


1 


N 




H 2 


5/09/B6 


A 


13 


N 




H 2 


5/10/86 


C 


3 


PI 




H 2 


5/14/86 


c 


1 


N 


046 


H ? 


6/10/86 


b 


4 


N 




S 2 


7/14/86 


A 


1 


1 


W82 


S 2 


8/16/86 


A 


2 P 


N 




H 2 


B/20/86 


B 


3 


N 




H ? 


10/17/86 


C 


9 


N 




H 3 


10/25/86 


c 


2 


N 




S 2 


t0/30/86 


c 


10 


N 




S 2 


11/19/86 


c 


1 


N 


592 


H 2 


11/19/86 


8 


7 


N 




H 2 


1 1/20/86 


A 


1 


N 


L40 


H 2 


12/24/96 


A 


1 P 


p 


K30 



5 2 3/14/86 C 1 P N 

S 2 12/19/86 C 1? P P L 38 



S 2 12/15/86 A 1 



2/06/86 

6/26/96 A 

7/19/86 C 

8/12/86 C 

12/27/86 A 



H 2 4/1 3/86 C 16 



H ? 

H 2 

S 2 

H 2 



4/28/86 6 2 N 

5/23/86 A 14 N 

6/06/86 2 P F 

10/19/86 D 10 N 



H 2 12/26/86 D 



2/07/86 
12/05/86 



6/20/86 
6/30/96 B 



C85 
'V66 



C85 
S27 



MONTHLY/ 



SUBJECTS 



P 



MUSICIANS TAKE BLUES FROM TOBACCO TOWNS TO CAR'.FGIE HALL 

BLUESTONE SUBDIVISION I DURHAM COUN'YI 

SEwER SERVICE BILLS TO BE HIGHER FOR BLUESTONE RESIDENTS 

B'NAI B'RITH 

SEE ALSO BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 

SEE ALSO HANUKKAH 

SEE ALSO JUDEA REFORM CONGREGATION 

REPORT SAYS RECENT LAWS ARE SLOWING RACIST GkOUPS" 



PARAMILITARY TRAINING H 



THE BO LOZOFF ROCK AND BLUES BANO AND TRAVELING ROAD SHJW 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

BOA CONSTRICTOR 

SEE ALSO SNAKES 

AUTOMOBILES JAM UP ALONG N.C. 54 AFTER LINE IN CENTER OF ROAD MOVES 
SUNNING SNAKE MEETS IT DOOM 

BOARD OF CHARITIES »NQ PUBLIC WELFARE 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

BOARDING HOUSES 

SEE ALSO HOTELS* DUPHAM 

ROXBOPO BOARDING HOUSE. GROUP HOMFS GIVE DEGREE OF NEEDED INDEPENDENCE 



DATE 



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S 2 l/14/»6 C 1 



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HUNTERS WANT To SHOOT WILD HOGS AS RANGERS DO 

BOAT PFO»LE 

SEE VIETNAMESE REFUGEES 

BOAT SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIOENTS. BOATS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. DROWNING. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN BOATING 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

LEARN BCAT SAFETY 

WATER wCES: DANGER RISES AS LAKES FALL 

BOATS 

see also accidents. boats 

see also canoes 

see also ourham power squadron 

see also kayaks 

see also "arinas 

see also mooel boats 

see also powerboats 

see also rollingview marina 

see also sailboats 

see also sailing 

see also ships 

see also whitewater paddling 
jordan boat ban plans dropped 
corps lifts boat ban on lake near eagles 
corps right to cancel lake motoraoat san 
person approves boat ordinance for hyco lake 
little =iver launch may affect water 
regulations leave state shop! on slips for boats 
two fishing boats "talked through' oregon inlet 
bbs: boat offer may be bogus 
boat, trailer gone from durham bank 
shallow grave 

bob barker equipment company 

leary. county officers deny allen charge of nepotism 
county moving on plans for cojrthouse 

bob johnson enterprises (houston! 
building begins 

bob's thrifty shoppe (526 main st.) 

thief: meclyn helped commit store break-ins 
2n0 witness links medlyn to t-*e c ts 
witness recounts store break-ins 
testimony ends in break-ins t» i a l 
meolyn trial jury to begin deliberations 
store owner convicted for spree of break-" 



5<U«C U« r. :k luii.RKD run i'.tt u r on t w* — ii. j 

STORE OWNER TO BE SENTENCED MONDAY 
BUSINESSMAN SENTENCED TO 21 YEARS FOR PART IN 
SPECIAL POLICE FORCE TO SNIFF OUT FENCES 
MEOLYN TO APPEAL 21-YEAR SENTENCE 
2 SENTENCED IN BREAK-INS 



BREAK-INS 



BODY BUILDING 

SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS , ... , 

BODY BUILDER, ONCE SOFT AND PJDGY. GOING FOR MR. UNIVERSE TITLE 
N.C. BOCY BUILDER MUSCLES WAY TO NATIONAL RECOGNITION 

BODY LANGUAGE 

SEE ALSO LANGUAGE 

FLIRT ALERT: IN THE WINK OF AN El 



.LEARN THESE BEWITCHING WAYS 



BOEING 737 

PIEOMONT JET OROER COULO HIT H.9 BILLION 

BOEING CRUISE MISSILE 
SEE MISSILES 



BOGuE BANKS, N.C. 

EIGHT SEA TURTLES WASH ASHORE. 



BOGUE INLET 

SPANNING BUGUE SOUND 



BELIEVEO DROWNEO IN SHRIMP NETS 



"OILING SPRINGS. I.Q. 

TOWN'S PLAN BACKFIRED. 



STOPPED BOILING SPRINGS 
BACKING 



»0!SE CASCAOF CO. 

LIST OF highway NEEOS GETS BOARD'S 

bolin creek 

on the rocks 

"olivia, south a»e»ica 

anti-cocaine assistance right hove for u.s. 

b0m3 threats 

see also telephone threats 

see also threats 

bomb threat empties airliner in greensboro 

person schools get false threats 

irish receive bomo threat at 3 du airport 

thief gets sterfo, recorder 

bunn school gets bumb threat call 

man with revolver robs grocery store 



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H I 12/02/86 C I P P W76 

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12/31/86 



LOUISBURG SCHOOL GETS BOMB THREAT 

FRANKLIN SCHOOL GETS SECOND B3M8 THREAT 

'TAIL' BEGINS WITH REWINDING SOUNO 

TWO GIRLS CHARGED WITH MAKING BOMB CALLS 

MISS. BOMB THREAT PROMPTS N.C. SEARCH 

FEDERAL BUILDINGS IN 4 N.C. CITIES CHECKEO AFTER BOMB THREAT MADE 

BURGLAR TAKES MONEY FROM MOTEL 

MOTEL GETS BOMB THREAT 

LOUISBURG HIGH GETS BOMB CALL 

HEARING SET FOR MILLER 

OFFICER SAYS HE RECOGNIZED VOICE OF flOMP-THREAT CALLER 

PLANE DIVERTED AFTER BOMB THREAT 

BOMB THREAT FORCES PIEDMONT JET TO LAND 

BOMB THREAT RECEIVED AT HILLSBOROUGH SCHOOL 

BOMB THREAT TRACED TO 13-YEAR-OLO BOY 

BOMB THREAT CLEARS RESTAURANT 

YMCA EVACUATED AFTER BOMB THREAT 

CASSETTE PLAYER STOLEN FROM CAR 

BOMB THREAT MADE 

PIEDMONT PLANE EVACUATED 

MAN SENTENCED FOR BOMB THREAT 

UREAVICH SENTENCEO FOR BOMB THREAT 

LOUISBURG HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVES BOMB THREATS 

CHAPEL HILL POLICE GET BOMB THREAT 

BOMBING ATTEMPTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 

FAYETTEVILLE POLICE FOIL BOMB PLOT 
POLICE THWART ROBBERY- AS SA SS IN AT I ON PLOT 

BOMBING RANGES 

OUTDOORS GOT LEGISLATORS IN TROUBLE 

BOMBINGS 

SEE ALSO BOMBS 

STATE TROOPER ESCAPES INJURY FROM BOMBS 

BOMBINGS. INTERNATIONAL 

THE WAVE OF TERRORISM: UNANSWERED QUESTIONS 

TERRORISTS. ARSONISTS SHARE IN COWARDICE 

SHEER SENSELESSNESS 

DURHAM REACTION SUPPORTING S T' I K E 

OUKE PROFESSOR SAYS RAIDS WON'T STOP LIBYAN TERRORISTS 

Z AREA PROFESSORS EXPRESS RESERVATIONS ABOUT RAIO 

TAR HEEL REPORTERS IN MIDDLE OF LIBYA CONFLICT 

STRIKE AGAINST LIBYA JUSTIFIABLE RETALIATION 

U.S. RAIO GOOO MOVE IN ANT I- T= RROR I ST BATTLE 

"TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI" CCARTOONI 

REAGAN 'SLAPPEO' LIBYAN CIVILIANS. NOT KHADAFY 

RONALD REAGAN CRITICS READY JO ACCEPT TERROR 

AWAKE TO OUR DANGER 

ATTENTION, MOTHERS: STANO AGAINST VIOLENCE 

IS DROPPING BOMBS AN ACT OF WAR? 

SEEK PEACEFUL SOLUTIONS 

BOMBING A BLOW TO PEACE 

•CARE PACKAGES" TO LIBYA 

OESPAIR ON BOTH SIDES 

LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT 

A DREAM TURNED INTO A NIGHTMARE OF AWFUL REALITY 

NIGHT CLUB BO"B CLAIMS NORTH CAROLINA SOLDIER 

LAST VICTIM OF BERLIN DISCO BOMB STARTS FINAL JOURNEY TO N.C. HOME 

FUNERAL SET FOR BERLIN BOMB VICTIM 

FUNERAL FOR TAR HEEL VICTIM OF BERLIN BOMB SET SATURDAY 

VICTIM OF WEST BERLIN BOMBING BURIED IN ELLERBE AS WIFE SOBS 

ITALY IGNORES LESSON OF AIRPORT BOMBING 

DEDICATION NEXT WEEK FUR LEJEUNE MEMORIAL TO BEIRUT BOMBING 

BEIRUT BOMBING MEMORIAL WILL BE DEDICATED TODAY 

MEMORIAL HONORS SERVICEMEN KILLED IN BEIRUT 

DEDICATION OF MEMORIAL TU SLAIN SERVICEMEN 

BOMBINGS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

EXPLOSIONS SET FIRE 10 TROUPER'S PATROL CAR 

CANDIDATES BACK U.S. AIR RAIO 

MARINE CHARGED WITH BOMBING PATROL CRUISER 

ALAMANCE MAN HURT IN BOMBING 

BUSINESS BOMBED 

BOMBS 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

SEE ALSO DYNAMITE 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVES 

SEE ALSO HYDROGEN BOMBS 

HOMEMAOE BOMB FOUND IN MARINE WALL LOCKER 

WEATHER STUDY TEAM'S TOY SETS OFF BOMB SCARF AT RDU 

BOMB FOUND IN LOCKER AT HICKOJY HIGH SCHOOL 

LFJEUNE MARINE PLEADS GUILTY IN BOMB CASE 

THE BIGEYE HORROR 

NO BO u B? THAT'S A SWITCH 

MAGICIAN'S FAKE BOMB SCARES MAID 

BOND MARKETS 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RA1ES 

SEE ALSO MUNICIPAL PONDS 

SEE ALSO SEDIMENTATION CONTROL, N.C. 

MUNICIPAL BOND MARKET RESURGENCE EXPECTED 

BONDS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES. N.C, BONOS 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONDS 

SEE ALSO REVENUE BONOS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, BONDS 

LATTA ROAD RESIDENTS TRY TO OBTAIN BONO 

OUKE STUDENT FINDS BOND TRADING FLOOR 'CONTROLLED CHAOS' 

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

REPLACING BONE MARROW: CLASSIC FUNDS TO HELP PERFECT PROCEOURE 

DUKE DOCTOR'S GRANT COULD TOTAL 1600,000 

DUKE RESEARCHER WINS GRANT 

dONE MARROW TRANSPLANT COMPLETED 

tf.y KE r'5 VICTIM CLAIMING VICTORY OVER DISEASE AFTER MARROW TRANSPLANT 

TWO-YEAR OLD RETURNS HOME AFTER SURGERY 

MOTHER'S BONE MARROW GIFT OFFERS NEW LIFE 10 SON 

BONEY ARCHITECTS 

FIRMS DONATE AWARD Tu LIBRARY 

BOOK-BANNING 

SEE CENSORSHIP 

BOOK FAIRS 

DUKE BOOK FAIR WILL HIGHLIGHT WOMEN STUDIES 
SMALL PRESSES FOCUS OF BOOK FAIR 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PA r .E 94 
1/01/87 



PG U P BYL 



WRITTEN FOR CHILDREN FINDS NEW AUOIENCE 



THE FOLK POTTERS OF NORTH CAROLINA I BOOK I 



A BOOK OF FLOWERS 

'A BOOK OF FLOWERS' 

»0OK PUBLISHERS 

SEE PUBLISHERS 

BOOKS. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO PEVIEWS. BOOKS 
SEE ALSO WRITERS, DURHAM 

NCCU GRAD WRITES CHURCH HISTORY 

•GOING THROUGH LIFE FAT IS HELL' 

THEY SAID "YOU SHOULD WRITE A BOOK. 1 

BOOKS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. PRESS 

SEE ALSO PUBLISHERS 

SEE ALSO PEVIEWS. BOOKS 

SEE ALSO TURNERS AND BURNERS: 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. PRESS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS. N.C. 

MINISTER'S BOOK OFFERS OUAINT VIEW OF NORTH CAROLINA 

THREE ASU PROFESSORS SAY N.C. RESOURCES ARE BEING STRAINED 

CURATOR AT DUKE PAYS TRIBUTE TO BUSINESSMAN WITH BIOGRAPHY 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

CRAFTS °00KS ARE AMONG UNC PRESS PUBLICATIONS 

PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR SURPRISED: SLAVE ANCESTORS BOUGHT A FA 

THE LITERARY LANTERN 

TRIANGLE: THE BOUK 

DUKE PROF GETS AWARO FOR BOOK 

VOLUME OF PROSE. POETRY IS PRODUCT OF WHIMSICAL MIND 

BOOK FOCUSES ON N.C. FOLK POTTERS 

BOOKS, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS. BOOKS 

BOOKS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN'S BOOKS 
SEE ALSO RARE BOOKS 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 
SEE ALSO TEXTBOOKS 

"READING" WITH YOUR EARS 

PROGRAM OFFERS TAPES TO THE HANDICAPPED 

UNC PRESS BOOKS GET HONORS 

BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO ADULT BOOKSTORES 
SEE ALSO SECOND FOUNDATION BOOKSTORE 
"READING" WITH YOUR EARS 

THE BOOMERS (MUSIC GROUP! 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

BOONE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO L 10UOR-BY-THE-0RINK, BOONE 

80GNE GETS LIOUOR SALES AFTER 37 YEARS 
CITY ATTORNEY 'RUNS METER' IN INTERVIEWS 
U.S. 421 CAMPAIGN 

BOONE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

N.C. COPTER CRASH HURTS 2 

TWO HURT AS BOONE POLICE HELICOPTER CRASHES 

BOONE SOUARE AREA REVCO 

SEE ALSO REVCO DRUG STORE 

GUNMAN TRIPS SELF, HOSTAGE AFTER ROBBERY 

THE BOOR (PLAYI 

PASSION, HUMOR PRESENTEO IN EVENING OF ONE-ACTS 

BOOTLEGGING 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE CIGARETTES, SMUGGLING 

SEE DRUGS, SMUGGLING 

SEE MOONSHINE 

SEE RECORDING TAPES 

BORDEAUX CONSTRUCTION CO. (OURHAMI 

OURHAM COMPANY HAS LOWEST BID ON SCHOOL WORK 

BOREDOM 

boring: scientists seek cause of,. .1-1-1 
professor's stuoy a yawner 

bopn to race ifilmi 

19 movies expected to be shot in n.c. this year 

boroloy industries international inc. 
tyrrell may get 2 factories 

ross man's restaurant 

girls chase. assault woman near home 

boston, massachusetts 
see also massachusetts 
boston bans cigarette advertisements in subways 

botanical garden 

see n.c. botanical garden 

bottle bill 

see returnable bottles 

bottle deposit 

see returnable bottles 

bottled water 

see water, bottleo 

BOTTLES 

SEE ALSO RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

TINY BOTTLES OF BOOZE PACK BIG SALES APPEAL 

BOTTLING COMPANIES 

SEE ALSO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
SEE ALSO RETURNABLE BOTTLES 

4 N.C. BOTTLERS PITTED AGAINST COKE ANO PEPSI 

BOUNDARY DISPUTES . ._.,. 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY. N.C BOUNDARIES 

SEE ALSO LANO SURVEYS 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY DISPUTES 

WALLACE WANTS MARCH MEETINGS ON BOUNDARY 

COUNTY ROARO OKS MOVING 90 SOCIAL SERVICES WORKERS 

RALEIGH OFFICIAL DOUBTFUL ABOUT HELPING SURVEY 



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ANNEXATION DISPUTE SETTLED: COUNCIL OKS CHAPEL HILL-DURHAM BOUNOARY... 

ANNEXATION APPROVED 

DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL END ANNEX SQUABBLE 

CHAPEL HILL WELCOMES ANMEXEO AREA 

LIMITS ON INTRUSION 

AGREEMENT EASES CITY'S BATTLES ON ANNEXATION 

POUNDS DANCE STUDIO 

DOSSIER: BARBARA BOUNDS MILONE 

BOWL GAMES 

SEE COLLEGE BOWLS 

BOWLING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM/ORANGE BOWLERS ASSOCIATION 
EVANSt DOBIES TOP BOWLERS 

FANFARE: HALL OF FAME BOWLERS IN RALEIGH 
BOWLING TOURNAMENTS ANNOUNCEO FOR "86-87 
P.M. OK.EST 
BRANOON'S SERIES BOWLS 'EM OVER 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEOICINE 
SEE ALSO AIRCARE 
SEE ALSO BAPTIST HOSPITAL I W IN ST ON- SALE M, N.C.) 

DOCTOR: FULL EFFECT OF AIDS YEARS AWAY 

GUATEMALAN FAILS TO SHOW IN N.C. 

TRANSPLANTS MAY HELP EYE DISEASES. INJURIES 

MOCKSVILLE TEEN-AGER GETS HEAT TRANSPLANT 

HEART RECIPIENT REGAINS CONSCIOUSNESS 

EX-DURHAM RESIDENT GETS WAKE PROMOTION 

OFFICIAL: WASTE PLANT CAN PROTECT HUMAN HEALTH 

BOWMAN GRAY DENTISTS SET UP SERVICE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS BY PHONE INTO 

BOWMAN GRAY COMPUTERIZES DENTAL ADVICE 

SHOCK WAVES BEING USED TO BOMBARD CANCER 

DOCTORS CURE TEFN'S HEART MALFUNCTION 

BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. GRANTS 

GRANT TO HELP DOCTOR STUDY PLATELETS 

BOXES 

SEE ALSO MEBANE PACKAGING CORP. 

BOX ART: SHE OESIGNS THE PACKAGES ON GROCERY STOKE SHELVES 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

WASTE PAPER CAN BRING EXTRA CHRISTMAS MONEY 

60X ING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BOXING CLUB 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY BOXING A>J D WRESTLING COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO WORLD BOXING ORGANIZATION 

REAL-LIFE 'ROCKY': FILM MAY BE MADE IN N.C. 

■BONECRUSHER' HUNGRY FOR HEAVYWEIGHT STARDOM 

EIGHT N.C. BOXERS WILL BATTLE FOR BERTHS IN JUNIOR OLYMPICS 

HAGLER VS. LEONARD 

FANFARE: BOXING FAVORITE UPSET 

JUNIOR BOXERS STRESS STYLE OVER POWER 

JUNIOR P.UXERS FINISH WITH POMP, PIZZAZZ 

THE FIGHT OF A LIFETIME A DREAM MATCH 

•BONECRUSHER' WINS DECISION 

•BONECRUSHER' FINALLY GETS PAYDAY 

■BONECRUSHER' MAKES MOST OF OPPORTUNITY 

TESTS SHOW MARIJUANA TRACES FOUND IN WITHERSPOON AT FIGHT 

BOY SCOUTS, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO CUB SCOUTS 
SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 
SEE ALSO EXPLORER SCUUTS 

EXPLORERS INVESTIGATE POLICE WORK 

SCOUT COUNCIL SEEKING SI. 7 MILLION 

RED WILSON WILL LEAD BOY SCOUT CAMPAIGN 

BOY SCOUTS LEARN FIRE FIGHTING 

PAM ROSE: THIS BOY SCOUT WEARS A SKIRT 

BOY SCUUTS CHANGING TO HELP SINGLE PARENTS 

7 BOY SCOUTS EARN MERIT HONOR 

A CHANCE TO PARTICIPATE 

FAST ACTION, TRAINING MAKE BROTHERS HEROES 

SCOUTING OUTING FEATURES ORIGINAL 1911 HANDBOOK 

OURHAM SCOUTS AT N.M. CAMP 

BDY SCOUTS, INTERNATIONAL 

THE BRITISH HAVE LANDED- 



SIX BOY SCOUTS VISIT 



BOY SCOUTS. N.C. 

SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 

OUKE POWER GIVES MONEY TO BOY SCJUTS 

SCOUT FROM BURLINGTON OESCRIBES BEAR ATTACK 

ACCOUNT OF SCOUT'S DEATH WAS UNFAIR 

LIGHTNING STRIKES YOUTH WHILE AT CAMP 

BOY SCOUT TROOP 3" PERFORMS GOOD OEED WITH PILE OF RUBBISH 

SCOUTS TO SELL POPCORN 

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 

SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS 

WOMAN SCOUTMASTER SHOWS DETERMINATION 
FOOO ODORS IN TENTS MAY HAVE LURED BEARS 
PENNY'S BEND TRE E- TH INNI NG 

BOYCOTTS 

OUKE PRO 

LACK OF 

...WE CA 

SCLC SAY 

EUROPE'S 

COMMENTS 

PANEL IS 

FARM UNI 

SANCTION 

PROTESTS 

TAR HEEL 

SANCTION 

DON'T CU 

DONALD R 

SANCTION 

REAGAN S 

COLUMNIS 

TIME RIG 

GREENSBO 

SANCTION 

OPPOSED 

...IT'S 

SENATE R 

S. AFRIC 

SANCTION 

HOSPITAL 

APARTHEI 

SANCTION 

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FS SKFPT1CAL OF BOYCOTT 

LIBYAN SANCTIONS MAY FORCE MILITARY STRIKE 
LL IT "CONSTRUCTIVE APPEASEMENT." 1CART00NI 
S STORE BOYCOTT OVER 

STAND RILES, BUT IT'S UNDERSTANDABLE 

ON SANCTIONS 

TOLD LAW LIMITS ABILITY TO SHUN S. AFRICAN CONNECTIONS 
ON'S VELASQUEZ TO VISIT AREA 
S BETTER THAN BOMBS 

CONTINUE AT GROCERY STORE IN KITTRELL 

WILL SPURN ENVOY JOB 
S PREFERABLE TO BARK WITH NO BITE 
T AND RUN — YET 

EGAN: ONE OF SLOWEST LEARNERS 

5,o5t'^Io T S£ SOUTHERN STATES WOULD DEPRIVE BLACKS (CARTOONI 
KIRIS PROBLEM 

T PERPETUATES MYTH ABOUT SANCTIONS 
HT FOR SOCIALISTS 
RO SCHOOL BOYCOTT THREATENED 
S NOT EFFECTIVE 
TO SANCTIONS 

THE BLACKS WHO'LL BE HURT MOST BY SANCTIONS... (CARTOON) 
EAOY FOR SANCTIONS: BAN ON S. AFRICAN TEXTILES ADDED... 
A CONTINUES TO STOCKPILE RACISM 
S WOJLD GIVE U.S. LFV C RAGE 

BOARD ADOPTS POLICY ON SOUTH AFRICA 
D VOTE HURTS DUKE GIFTS 
S CAN HELP SOUTH AFRICA'S BLACKS 

DEFENDS HIS VOTE ON SOUTH AFRICAN SANCTIONS 



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7/24/86 


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10/73/86 


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3/70/86 


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4/29/66 


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6/17/66 


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S80 


H 2 


7/71/86 


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7/74/66 


A 


4 


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7/75/86 


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4 


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7/26/86 


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H 2 


7/76/66 


A 


4 


T T 


C50 


H 2 


7/27/86 


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H 2 


7/31/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


8/08/66 


A 


4 


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H 2 


8/09/86 


A 


9 


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H 2 


8/11/86 


A 


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8/14/86 


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INDEX 
12/31/86 



REAGAN. N.C. SENATORS WRONG NO I TO BACK S. AFRICA SANCTIONS 

BOTHA THREATENS SENATORS WITH GRAIN IMPORTS CUTOFF 

S. AFRICA PUZZLES DUKE PANEL 

HELMS SHOULDN'T RUN ERRANOS FT R S. AFRICA 

MEMBER OF OUTLAWED PARTY APPLAUDS S. AFRICAN SANCTIONS 

REPUBLICANS SUGGEST HELMS BAC<LASH MAY HAVE HURT REAGAN ON SOUTH AFRICA 

BOTHA'S BLUNT THREAT NEEDS UNITED RESPONSE 

CONSTRUCTIVE ENGAGEMENT (CARTOONI 

CONGRESS SPEAKS OUT AGAINST APARTHEID 

THE '86 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 

HERE'S WHAT WE THINK OF YOUR CRUMMY VETO!... ICARTOONI 

CONSUL: U.S. SANCTIONS WON'T = ND APARTHEIO 

UNC GROUP PLANS SIT-IN TO PROTEST APARTHEID 

C08EY VOTE COMMENDEn 

S. AFRICAN INVESTMENT HAS SHRUNK 

S. AFRICA'S LEADERS NOT GETTING MESSAGE 

KODAK PULLOUT SHRINKS UNC INVESTMENTS IN S. AFRICA 

UNC TPUSTEES AGAIN REFUSE TO TOTALLY DIVEST 

8 UNC STUOENTS. 1 EMPLOYEE ARRESTEO IN APARTHEID PROTEST 

UNC SHANTY TORN DOWN. 13 ARRESTED 

N.C. PANEL REACHES COMPROMISE ON SOUTH AFRICA ISSUE 

BOYD MOTORS: OUR BEST WISHES TO THE DUKE CHILDREN'S CLASSIC (ADI 

BOYD'S SPORT SHOP 

POLICE ROUNDING UP ALLEGEO DRUG DEALERS 
DURHAM POLICE-SBI DRUG STING NETS 35 

BOYS HARBOR. INC. 

DUKE RECEIVES AWARD FOR HELPING YOUTH 

BOYS' STATE IWAK6 FOREST UNIV. I 

* TO ATTENO BOYS STATE MEETING 

BRACES 

SEE ORTHODONTICS 

BRACEY'S MAIDS AND BUTLERS 
SEE ALSO DOMESTIC WORKERS 
HAVING IT ALL 

BRAO RAGAN. INC. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

RAGAN RESIGNS AS BRAD RAGAN CEO 

GOOOYEAR TIRE CO. MAY EXPANO N.C. FACILITIES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

IBM RECEIVES ENERGY CONSERVATION AWARO 

BRADY'S RESTAURANT 

PROPOSED HOTEL ORAWS OBJECTIONS 

BRAGTOWN SCHOOL 

CLASS OF 1931 

MERRILY GOING ROUND 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ARMED ROBBERY 

PRINCIPALS NA u EO AT HILLANOALE. BRAGTOWN 

HILLANDALE GETS NEW PRINCIPAL 

BRAGTOWN PTA POSTPONED 

COUNTY SCHOOLS THANKED 

BRAGTOWN WOOOSTOVES 

BANK TELLER'S TIP BRINGS 2 ARRESTS 
MAN- SHOT- OUTSIDE DRUGSTORE 

BRA ILLE 

SEE ALSO BLIND 

SEE ALSO ENERGY INFORMATION IN BRAILLE 

DUKE POWER TO OFFER BRAILLE ELECTRIC BILLS 
OUKE POWER SERVICE FOR BLIND: BILLS IN BRAILLE 

BRAIN DAMAGE 

SEE ALSO HEAO INJURIES 

WAKE HOSPITAL. DOCTORS SUED „ „,„, 

SUPREME COURT ORDERS TRIAL IN HOLLEY FAMILY'S BRAIN DAMAGE LAWSUIT 
BOARD PAVES WAY FOR HEAO-INJURY CLINIC 

3RAIN DISEASE 

SEE ALSO ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

SE N.*'; S WOMaN 1 'chROn!clES D PROGRESSION OF HUSBAND'S FATAL BRAIN DISORDER 

'bRAIN HEMORRHAGING PROBLEMS OF PREMATURE BABIES UNDER STUDY 

BRAIN INJURIES 

SEE BRAIN DAMAGE 
SEE HEAD INJURIES 

° R *SEe"alSO R OUKE UNIV. mcqical CENTER. PREUSS LABORATORY FOR BRAIN TUMOR RES 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

•TALK ABOUT HITLER...' 

BRAIN-TISSUE SHORTAGE SLOWING ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH AT DUKE 

DUKE TESTS DRUG TO LIMIT STROKE DAMAGE 

RESEARCHERS NEED MQRE BRAIN TISSUE 

*SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. PREUSS LABORATORY FOR BRAIN TUMOR 
4-yCAR-OLO CANCER VICTIM NOW HAS INOPERABLE TUMOK 
MORGAN CEFENOS DOCTOR CRITICIZEO IN EAST'S SUICIDE 

BRAME SPECIALTY CO. INC. (DURHAM WHJLESALERI 
DOSSIER: J. 9. BKAHE 
CHAMBER VISITS BRAME SPECIALTY 

BRANCH BANKING AMD TRUST CO. 

N.C. BANKS TRY TO LURE RICH CUSTUMERS 

BRANCH CORP. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS „ „ 

TOKYO TELEX ISSUES CALL FOR MORE N.C. GOODS FOR JAPANESE 

BRANOING 

SEE ALSO COWS 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
PRISONER 'BRANDED* 



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6/06/66 
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BRASSF1EL0 VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 

SEE ALSO GRANVILLE COUNTY. N.C VJLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS 
FIRE DEPARTMENT BUILT IN TWO YEARS 
WRONG FIRE TRUCK 

BRAXTON CRAVEN SCHOLARSHIP 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV.. SCHOLARSHIPS 



H 2 2/26/86 B 1A 
S 2 2/26/86 A 5 



S 2 1/27/86 A 1 N W82 
H 2 1/28/86 A 3 N M97 



H 2 8/09/86 C 2 N 
H 2 10/08/86 C 8 N 
H 3 11/18/86 C 3 N K65 



H 2 8/29/86 B 3 P N C 60 
H 2 8/27/66 B 5 N 080 



H 2 4/14/86 A 4 

S 2 12/18/86 A 3 

S 2 12/19/66 A 17 

H 2 12/28/86 C 7 



RESEARCH 

H 2 4/09/86 B 4 P N 
H 2 8/14/86 A 18 P N 



H 2 3/16/86 13 p G 

H 2 10/05/86 1A P P L20 



S 2 10/01/86 A 10 



H 2 4/11/86 C 5 N 

H 2 10/16/86 B A U L4l 



H 2 11/11/66 C 1 N S82 



H 1 4/18/86 8 1 P N S80 
H 1 4/19/A6 C 1 N 



bi °- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY SUBJECTS PAGE 97 

1/01/06 - 12/31/86 1/09/B7 

S I T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SCHOLAR SHIPS I 

MS. HUDSON GETS AWARD 5 2 3/2I/R6 ARM 

DUKE'S BRAXTON CRAVEN SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED H 2 3/30/86 C 5 N 080 

BRAZIL 

OUKE MAN'S TASK: SAVE BRAZIL'S MONKEYS H 2 11/11/86 B 4 P N 080 

TWO MEN FROM N.C. REMAIN IN BRAZILIAN JAIL H 2 12/28/86 C 1 N 

BRAZIL IFILMI 

WITH 'BRAZIL.' TOO MUCH ADDS UP TO NOT ENOUGH H 2 2/21/16 5 S66 

BREAD 

SEE ALSO FOOO 

SEE ALSO JUDITH OLNEY ON BREAD I BOOK I 

BREAD: JUDITH OLNEY TURNS TO HER FIRST LOVE FOR HER FIFTH BOOK H 2 4/10/86 C 1 P F H45 

BREAKERS HOTEL (PALM BEACH, FLA. I 
SEE ALSO HOTELS. U.S. 

MAGAZINE NAMES WORST ADVERTISEMENTS OF 1905 H 2 1/16/86 A 1 8 P >l 

BREAKFAST EXCHANGE CLUB 

SEE OURHAM BREAKFAST EXCHANGE CLUB 

BREAKING ANO ENTERING (CRIME! 

WOMAN, DOG CHASE THIEF FROM HOME 
ATTACK REPORTEO IN TV LOT 
BREAKING, ENTERING CHARGES FILEO 
DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 
GUNMAN TAKES tlOO. HITS VICTIM 
DURHAM MAN FACES BREAK-IN CHARGE 
UNC WRESTLERS' HEARING RESET 

2 TEENS FACE CHARGE OF REPEAT BPEAK-INS 

3 HOUSE BREAK-INS INCLUDED IN CHARGES 

BURGLAR SCALES APARTMENT WALL, SURPRISES MAN IN HIS BEOROOH 
THIEVES GET STEREO, RING 
11 OF 'FEW CREW' FACE 31 CHARGES 
CRIMESTOPPERS TIPS LEAD TO BR C AK-IN ARRFSTS 
THIEVES TAK RECORDER, GUN 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ROBBERY 

2 BREAK-INS REPORTED OFF FLETCHER'S MILL ROAD 

DURHAM OFFICERS CHARGE 3 TEEN-AGERS WITH DAMAGING CARS, HOME 
BUTNER OFFICERS PROBING BREAK-INS 
MAN ARRESTED INSIDE CHURCH 
POLICE ARREST MAN HIDING IN CHURCH 
POLICE: MAN WITHHOLDS CIGARETTE, IS ATTACKED 
THIEVES GET RECORDER, PHONE 
MAN STEALS CAR AT KNIFEPOINT 
BREAK-IN REPORTED ON BUCHANAN BLVD. 
THIEVES SNATCH JEWELRY, CASH 
MAN WOUNDED DURING BREAK-IN 

STORE OPERATOR GOES ON TRIAL IN THEFTS CASE 
THIEF: MEOLYN HELPED COMMIT STORE BREAK-INS 
2ND WITNESS LINKS MEDLYN TO THEFTS 
TESTIMONY ENOS IN BREAK-INS TRIAL 
MEDLYN TRIAL JURY TO BEGIN DELIBERATIONS 
THIEF GETS STEREO, RECORDER 
VCR, STEREO STOLEN 

STORE OWNER CONVICTED FOR SPRFE OF BREAK-INS 
TEENS CHARGED AFTER BREAK-IN PROBE 
MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN, THEFT 
INTRUDER THREATENS FAMILY 

BUSINESSMAN SENTENCEO TO 21 YEARS FOR PART IN BREAK-INS 
POLICE TASK FORCE OUT TO GET OURHAM 'FENCES- 
DURHAM MAN ARRESTED FOR BREAKING, ENTERING 
EX-EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH BREAKING, ENTERING 
MEDLYN TO APPEAL 21-YEAR SENTENCE 
POLICE: CAR T"EFTS MAY BE LIIWEO 
TWO MEN HELD AFTER BREAK-IN TRY 
THREE LDUISBURG BREAK-INS PROBED 

9, E .£ U JJI5; I h ieves use a key n break into, ransack house 

TWO TEENS CHARGED IN BREAK-INS 

TWO CHARGED, THIRD SOUGHT IN CHATHAM, CASWELL THEFTS 

THIEVES RANSACK 2 ROOMS 

MAN CHARGED IN 7 BREAK-INS 

GOODS WORTH 15,865 TAKEN 

BANK TELLER'S TIP BRINGS 2 ARRESTS 

MAN CHARGEO WITH BREAKING, ENTERING 

PROPERTY TAKEN FROM FRANKLIN HOME 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

POLICE: MAN BFATEN ON WILLOWOALE DRIVE 

POLICE CHARGE 5 MEN WITH GAMBLING 

TEEN CHARGEO WITH 9 BREAK-INS 

UNC WRESTLERS HEARING DELAYED AGAIN 

OXFORD MAN GETS 10-YEAR SENTENCE 

HOMES BURGLARIZED 

ARMED MAN ROBS DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT 

GUNMAN ROBS CONVENIENCE STORE 

TWO 14-YEAR-OLDS ARRESTED IN SCHOOL BREAK-IN 

EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO A MOBILE HOME 

DENTIST'S PROPERTY TAKEN 

3 TEEN-AGERS ARRESTEO IN BREA<-!N 

MAN IS ARRESTEO FOR STEALING SHOES 

DEPUTIES CHARGE MAN IN THEFT 

14,000 IN PROPERTY REPORTED STOLEN 

CASH, GUN. BEER TAKEN FROM FRANKLIN STORE 

CFNTER BROKEN INTO 

UNC STUDENT CHARGED IN SEX ASSAULT 

UNC WRESTLERS BOUND OVER TO GR ANO JURY 

SLEEPING MAN CHARGEO WITH CHURCH BREAK-IN 

MEN FLEE OFFICER ON PATROL 

ARREST MADE IN 7 HOUSE BREAK-INS 

MAN ARRESTEO LAST WEEK NOW FACING NEW CHARGE 

JOYNER CHARGED WITH HOUSE BREAK-IN 

WOMAN: PINGS GONE FROM TANNING SALON 

MAN FOUND IN HOUSE FACES CHARGE 

MAN ARRESTED FOR BURGLARY 

MAN REPORTS RECOROER, TV THEFT 

THIEF STEALS RECORDER, CASH WHILE MAN, CHILDREN SLEEP 

MAN CHARGEO WITH CUTTING THROAT OF COMPANION 

\ ???:. ^J5? »T LIBRARY LEADS TO TEENS' ARREST 

3 TEEN-AGERS ARE CHARGEO IN BREAK-INS 

3 SEEKING MONEY BEAT, ROB MAN 

TEENS ATTACK, ROB MAN AT GUNPOINT 

GUNS ARE STOLEN FROM HOME 

CHARGES FILED IN BREAK-INS 

WALKER ROBBED IN PARK 

HOME SAVINGS OFFICES RANSACKED 

THIEVES BREAK INTO FRANKLIN HOUSES 

TWO TEEN-AGERS CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

Tun R LcL T ! D ? !=I9L ^' 5 PREE 0F VANDALISM STARTED FOR REVENGE 
TWO MEN ARE CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN ATTEMPT 
BURGLAR TAKES MONEY FROM MOTEL 
THIEVES WRECK HOMF, TAKE JEWELRY 
RADIO VOICES LEAD TO ARREST 

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S 2 


1/02/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/03/86 C 


1 


N 


H 1 


1/04/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/06/86 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/06/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/07/86 A 


6 


N 


H 3 


1/09/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/13/86 B 


7 


N 


H 2 


1/13/86 b 


14 


N 


S 2 


1/20/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/21/86 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


1/22/86 C 


3 


N M51 


S 2 


1/22/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/23/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/24/06 C 


I 


II 


H 2 


1/26/86 B 


6 


N 


BUSINESS S 2 


1/29/86 C 


1 


N 


H 1 


1/30/86 B 


I 


N 


H 2 


2/02/86 B 


1 


N 


5 2 


2/03/86 C 


3 


N 


S 2 


2/06/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/07/86 A 


12 


N 


S 2 


2/07/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/08/86 A 


5 


M 


S 2 


2/08/86 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


2/10/86 A 





N 


H 2 


2/11/86 B 


1 


N S82 


H 2 


2/12/86 B 


1 


N S82 


H 2 


2/13/86 B 


1 


N S82 


H 2 


2/14/86 B 


1 


N S82 


S 2 


2/14/86 A 


3 


N 


S 2 


2/14/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/15/86 A 


e 


N 


H 2 


2/15/86 C 


l 


N S82 


H 1 


2/15/86 C 


i 


N 


H 2 


2/17/86 A 


12 


N 


H 2 


2/17/86 P 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/18/86 C 


1 


N S82 


H 2 


2/18/86 C 


1 


N M5l 


S 2 


2/18/86 A 


10 


N 


S 2 


2/15/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/18/86 C 


1 


P N 


S 2 


2/19/06 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/20/86 B 


1 


N 


H 1 


2/20/86 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/20/06 A 


5 


N 


H 1 


2/21/86 C 


1 


N 


H 3 


2/21/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


2/21/86 C 


I 


N 


H 3 


2/22/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/23/86 B 


6 


N 


H ? 


2/26/86 B 


14 


N 


H 1 


2/28/86 B 


1 


N 


H I 


3/01/86 C 


1 


N 


» 2 


3/03/06 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/04/86 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/05/86 C 


I 


N 


H 2 


3/07/86 C 


B 


N 


S 1 


3/07/86 A 


3 


N 


H 1 


3/08/86 C 


2 


N 


S 2 


3/08/06 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/11/06 A 


5 


N 


S 2 


3/13/86 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


3/16/86 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/16/B6 C 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/16/86 C 


7 


N 


H 2 


3/16/06 C 


9 


N 


H 2 


3/16/06 C 


9 


N 


S 2 


3/17/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


3/17/86 C 


2 


N 


H 2 


3/18/86 C 


12 


N 


H 3 


3/19/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/20/06 A 


21 


N 


H 2 


3/20/06 A 


22 


N 


H 2 


3/20/86 B 


2 


N 


S 2 


3/20/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/22/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/26/86 C 


3 


N 


S 2 


3/26/86 A 


11 


N 


S 2 


3/28/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


3/31/86 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


3/31/86 C 


4 


N 


S 2 


4/01/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/02/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/05/86 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/06/86 A 


5 


N 


S 2 


4/07/86 A 


3 


N 


5 2 


4/07/86 C 


i 


N 


S 2 


4/08/86 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


4/09/86 A 


3 


N 


H I 


4/12/06 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/14/06 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/15/06 C 


3 


N 


H 1 


4/15/86 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


4/17/86 


7 


N 


H 2 


4/19/86 B 


3 


N 


H I 


4/22/86 C 


1 


N 


S 2 


4/2?/86 A 


7 


N 


S 2 


4/23/86 A 


15 


N 


H 2 


4/28/86 8 


3 


N 


S 2 


4/28/86 A 


2 


N 


H 2 


4/30/86 C 


3 


N 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



NEW HOUSES LOOTED 

POLICE ARREST THREE FOR STORE BREAK-IN 

MAN WANTED ON 16 CHARGES ARRESTED AT HOUSING PROJECT 

ATTENDANT REPORTS ARCADE AT NORTH DUKE MALL ROBBEO 

POLICE ARREST O'NEAL 

FRANKLIN HOMES ENTERED 

WOMAN REPORTS HOME BURGLARIZED 

WOMAN CHARGED WITH STABBING FRIENO 

BONO DENIED AGAIN FOR MERCHANT 

THIEVES TAKE 3 USEO CARS 

STOLEN GOODS ARE RECOVERED; THREE ARRESTED 

THIEVES TAKE BIKE FROM HOME 

MAN FLAGS TAXI, CHASES INTRUDER 

BLIND MAN ROBBED 

INTPUOERS TAKE COINS* FIREARMS 

PERSON SHERIFF INVESTIGATING BREAK-INS 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO OFFICES 

THIEVES NAB STEREO ITEMS 

COOPERATION HELPS DEFENDANTS IN BREAK-INS 

THIEF GAINS ENTRANCE TO STORE THROUGH ROOF 

ROBBER AWAKENS WOMAN 

CRIMESTOPPERS TIP LEADS TO RECOVERY OF STOLEN GOODS 

THIEVES SNATCH LAWN TRACTOR 

2 PLEAD GUILTY IN RAPE CASE 

MAN WITH KNIFE ENTERS HOUSE 

•SUPERQOG' GOES VISITING 

FRANKLIN SHERIFF SEEKS HELP TO CURB BREAK-INS 

DEPUTIES SAY 'DOCTORS' HAWK 'HEALING CARPET' 

POLICE OFFICERS FIND SAFE WITH PAPERS 

2 MEN WITH GUNS ROB STEAK HOUSE 

TIP LEAOS TO ARREST 

TIRE-SLASHERS BEAT WATTS STREET MAN 

ROBBERS TAKE CASH, GUN FROM MAN IN PARKED CAR 

STORE'S SAFE TAKEN IN THEFT 

YOUTH HELO FOR HAVING STOLEN ILEMS 

TV SET, CAMERA TAKEN 

BREAK-INS INVESTIGATED IN FRANKLIN 

THIEF HITS DENTIST'S OFFICE 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

DETFCTIVE NABS TWO FOR BREAK-IN AT HUME 

YOUTHS ATTACK PASSE°SPY 

MEN JUMP IN CAR, STEAL PURSE, CASH 

BREAK-IN AT SCHOOL 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH STABBING WIFE 

VCR AND 150 IN OUARTERS STOLEN 

OFFICER HEARS CAR DOOR SLAM; PREAK-IN BOOTY IS RECOVERED 

BRICKS THROWN THROUGH CAR WINDOWS 

HEATER IS STOLEN 

STORAGE SHED PLUNDERED; WASHER, ORYER STOLEN 

SCHOOL BREAK-IN ARREST 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

GUNMEN RUB DURHAM RESTAURANT, ESCAPE 

2 CHARGED WITH KIMBRSLL'S BREAK-IN 

PIZZA PARLOR ROBBED AGAIN 

BREAK-IN AT HAIRDRESSER'S 

THIEVES RANSACK ROOMS, TAKE JEWELS 

FOOT SHOOTING BRINGS ASSAULT CHARGE 

ROBBERS JUMP DURHAM MAN, TAKE S100 

GUNMAN RUBS DURHAM PIZZA FIRM, ESCAPES 

MAN DISCOVERED AT SKATING RINK; BREAK-IN CHARGED 

MAN HIT IN MALL PARKING LOT 

TIP TO CRIMESTOPPERS LEADS TO ARREST OF FUGITIVE 

POSSIBLE ARSON AND TWO BREAK-INS REPORTED 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ARMED ROBUERY 

WOMAN FRIGHTENS BURGLAR FROM HOME 

THIEVES TAKE RECORDER, JEWELRY 

2 ATTACK, ROB WALKER OF WALLET 

THIEVES TAKE CIGARETTES FROM 3 GROCERY STORES 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOITNG GIRLFRIEND 

MAN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY 

TEEN-AGER FOUNO HIDING IN BUSINESS 

DISPATCHER TELLS CALLER NOT TO FIRE AT INTRUDER 

GUNMAN RUBS OURHAM GROCERY, ESCAPES 

STEREO THEFT INVESTIGATED 

MAN FOUNO HIDING BENEATH PALLET IN STORE CHARGEO 

OURHAM MAN INDICTED FOR EMBEZZLING FOOO 

MAN BREAKS INTO HOME, THREATENS WOMAN IN BED 

STEREO, JEWELRY STOLEN FROM HOME 

SUSPECT ARRESTEO IN FOUR BREAK-INS 

WOMEN ASK DIRECTIONS, ROB MAN WHO AIDS THEM 

THIEVES TAKE MUSIC ITEMS FROM VAN 

BURGLARS FORCE man INTO CLOSET, STEAL CASH 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS 

THIRO MAN CHARGEO WITH BREAK-INS 

MAN SFNTENCEO TO 12 YEARS FOR BREAK-INS ANO FORGERIES 

THOMPSUN GIVEN 12-YEAR TERM F?R LARCENY, FORGERY 

OURHAM "AN HELD IN FRANKLIN BPEAK-INS 

TIP REVEALS MAN HURT IN STABBING 

ARREST "AOE IN BREAK-IN AT PIGGLY WIGGLY STORE 

POLICE PROBING SERIES OF DURHAM THEFTS 

POLICE DISCOVER 12 BREAK-INS 

THIEVES BREAK INTO 10 DOCTORS' OFFICES 

THIEVES STEAL FURNITURE, PLAC C GLUE IN CLOTHES 

MAN, 21, FACES CHARGES FOR BREAK-IN, BEATING 

BURGLAR FLEES HOME WITH OIAMONO 

MASKED MEN TAKE OFF WITH PIES, CAKES. STEAKS 

POLICE FIND MAN IN GREENHOUSE; CHARGES FILED 

BURGLAR ENTERS HOME 

LOUISBUPG MAN ACCUSED OF BREAK-IN 

DURHAM TAXI DRIVER ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT 

POLICE: SHOT FIRED AT CYCLIST 

WOMAN SAYS BURGLAR GETS PURSE, WATCH 

FRANKLIN DEPUTIES ARE INVESTIGATING 3 BREAK-INS 

ROBBER GETS PIZZA, CASH FROM DEL1VERYMAN 

WITNESS CHASES THIEF 

STUOENTS PLEAD GUILTY TO CAR BREAK-INS 

SANFORD MAN CHARGED WITH SEVEN BREAK-INS 

MEN GRAB STROLLER'S PURSE. GET 5160 

STORE'S BREAK-IN ACTUALLY BREAK-OUT 

MAN ACCUSED OF STEALING BEER FROM RESTAURANT 

GUNMEN ROB man OF WATCH, CASH 

THIEVFS TAKE OVEN 

FOUR PREAK-INS ARE TOO MANY 

THIEVES TAKE ENTERTAINMENT EOJIPMENT 

THIEVES TAKE TOOLS FROM TRAILERS 

MAN HELD IN SHOOTING INDICTED IN BREAK-INS 

THIEVES HIT HOME 

POLICE ARREST HAN FREE ON BAIL 

ARMED MAN ROBS STEAK RESTAURANT 

THIEF GETS BIKE, STEREO PARTS 

HUNAM EMPLOYEE CHARGED IN THEFT OF RESTAURANT SAFE 

BURGLARS THREATEN PEOPLE, FLEE WHEN WOMAN SCREAMS 

THIEVES BREAK 1NI0 VAN AT MOTEL LOT, STEAL STEREO PARTS 

HAN CHARGEO WITH BURGLARIES 

CRIMESTOPPERS IN ORANGE SEEKS CLUES 

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5/01/86 B 


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5/01/86 C 


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S 2 


5/01/86 C 


2 


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H 2 


5/03/86 A 16 


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S 2 


5/03/86 A 


3 


N 






S 2 


5/05/P6 A 


1 


N 




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H 2 


5/06/86 C 


I 


N S82 






S 2 


5/0T/P6 A 


3 


N 






H 2 


5/08/86 B 


1 


N M51 






S 2 


5/08/86 A 


6 


N 






H 2 


5/11/86 C 


8 


N 






S 2 


5/1 3/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


J/14/86 C 


1 


N 






H 1 


5/16/86 B 


4 


N 






H 2 


5/18/86 C 


4 


N 






S 2 


5/19/H6 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


5/20/86 C 


I 


N S82 






H 2 


5/20/86 C 


3 


N 






H 2 


5/21/86 E 


3 


N 






H 2 


5/21/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


5/21/P6 A 


5 


N 






S 2 


5/21/86 C 


1 


N 






H 3 


5/22/86 B 


I 


N 






H 2 


5/23/86 A 


1 T 


N 






H 1 


5/24/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


5/24/86 A 


3 


N 






H 2 


5/25/86 C 


6 


N 






S 2 


5/26/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


5/26/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


5/27/86 8 


1 


N 






S 2 


5/25/86 C 


1 


N 






H 3 


5/20/86 B 


1 


N 






S 2 


5/31/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


6/01/86 C 


4 


N 






H I 


6/05/86 B 


1 


N 






5 2 


6/05/86 A 


12 


N 






H 2 


6/00/86 B 


1 


N 






H 2 


6/11/86 C 


5 


N 






S 2 


6/1 1/86 A 


3 


N 






S 2 


6/11/86 C 


1 


N 






H 1 


6/12/86 B 


3 


N 






S 2 


6/12/86 A 


17 


N 






H I 


6/14/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


6/16/86 A 


12 


N 






S 2 


6/16/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


6/17/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


6/19/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


6/23/86 A 


11 


N 






H 2 


6/23/86 6 


I 


N 






S 2 


6/23/86 C 


1 


N 




H 1 


6/25/86 B 


5 


N 




S 2 


6/25/86 C 


1 


N 




H 2 


6/26/B6 B 


2 


N 




S 2 


6/26/86 C 


1 


N 




S 2 


6/27/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


6/30/86 A 


1 


N 






S 2 


7/01/86 A 


3 


N 






H 2 


7/02/86 8 


7 


N 






S 2 


7/02/86 A 


12 


N 






S 2 


7/07/86 C 


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H 2 


7/00/86 B 


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N 






S 2 


7/11/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


7/12/86 A 


3 


N 






S 2 


7/15/86 A 


5 


N 






S ? 


7/16/86 C 


i 


N 






S 2 


7/21/86 A 


6 


N 






S 2 


7/24/86 A 


12 


N 






S 2 


7/25/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


7/28/86 A 


12 


N 






S 2 


8/01/86 A 


11 


N 






S 2 


8/04/B6 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


8/06/86 A 


17 


N 






H 2 


8/07/86 B 


3 


N 






S 2 


8/07/86 C 


2 


N 






5 2 


8/08/86 A 


11 


N 






S 2 


6/08/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


8/10/86 C 


5 


N 






S 2 


8/11/86 C 


i 


N 






S 2 


8/13/86 C 


i 


N 






S 2 


8/14/86 C 


i 


N 






H 1 


8/15/86 B 


i 


N 






H 1 


8/16/86 C 


i 


N 






H 3 


8/16/86 C 


i 


N 






S 2 


8/16/86 C 


2 


N 






S 2 


8/16/86 C 


2 


N 






S 2 


3/10/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


8/20/86 C 


3 


N 






S 2 


8/20/86 C 


1 


N 






S 1 


3/20/86 C 


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N 






H 3 


8/21/86 B 


1 


N 






S 2 


8/22/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


8/28/86 C 


4 


N 






S 2 


8/28/86 C 


I 


N 






H 2 


1/01/86 B 


3 


N 






H 2 


0/02/86 8 


7 


N 






S 2 


0/02/86 C 


1 


N 






H 1 


9/03/86 B 


5 


N 






S 2 


0/05/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


0/00/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


9/11/R6 A 


5 


N 






H 1 


0/12/86 8 


1 


N 






S 2 


9/12/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


0/13/86 C 


2 


N 






H 3 


0/13/86 C 


2 


N 






H 3 


9/13/86 C 


7 


N 






S 2 


0/15/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


9/22/86 A 


14 


N 






H 2 


9/23/R6 C 


3 


N 






S 2 


0/23/86 A 


2 


N 






S 2 


9/24/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


0/25/86 


7 


N 






S 2 


0/25/86 A 


3 


N 






S 2 


0/20/86 A 


5 


N 






H 3 


9/31/86 C 


1 


N H21 






S 2 


10/01/86 A 


5 


N 






S 2 


10/04/86 A 


11 


N 






S 2 


10/06/86 C 


1 


N 






S 2 


10/07/86 A 


5 


N 






H 3 


10/00/86 8 


1 


N 






S 2 


10/09/86 A 


16 


N 






S 2 


10/10/86 C 


1 


N 






H 2 


10/12/86 C 


I 


N M51 






S 2 


10/13/86 A 


7 


N 






S 2 


10/13/86 C 


1 


N 







MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
12/31/66 



THIEVES HIT MUSEUM, STEAL SAFE AND CASH 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ROBBERY 

POLICE PROBE THEFTS ON ROXBORO ROAD 

2 DURHAM MEN CHARGED IN ROBBERIES 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

FOOD MARKET'S DOOR SMASHED; 13,000 TAKEN 

DEPUTY SHOOTING PROBED 

DEPUTY RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AT APARTMENT. DUKE DORM 

MAN CHARGED WITH WOUNDING DEPUTY 

FIGHT HURTS 3; MAN IS CHARGED 

2ND MAN, WOMAN HELD IN SHOOTING OF DEPUTY SHERIFF 

BURGLAR BREAKS IN. THEN GOES TO BED 

MAN CHARGED WITH TWO MORE BREAK-INS 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM MAN WITH SHOOTING INTO CAR 

PROBABLE-CAUSE HEARINGS SET IN SHOOTING OF OEPUTY 

HAN HELO ON PLOTTING 'POT 1 SALE 

GUNMEN TAKE DRUGS. CASH FROM PHARMACY 

JUVENILES ARE ARRESTED IN BREAK-IN AT BUSINESS 

ORANGE CRIMESTOPPERS SEEKS LEADS 

TRUCK TIRES STOLEN 

COINS ARE STOLEN 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH COCAINE POSSESSION 

22 CONVICTIONS ARE OVERTURNED IN BREAK-INS CASE 

9E F Ifi? ?i RE . S .§ H0T 4r CtR 0F *SN WHO DAMAGED KINDERGARTEN ROOM 

thieves take jewelry, recorders from home 

man with knife robs student 

man is charged with drug sale. stolen goods 

durham crimestoppers 

police charge 5i thief gets car stereo unit 

thief orops goods. runs after man fires 

hole in wall leaos to jail 

coins. jewelry stolen from franklin home 

thief gets college-aid checks 

man robbeo 

suspect in shooting charged in break-ins 

police charge Durham man with burglary, theft 

chapel hill police probe break-ins at businesses 

2N0 MAN CHARGED WITH SHED BREAK-IN 

3 INDICTED IN DEPUTY SHOOTING 

MAN "BUYING 1 CAR STEALS IT FROM LOT 

OFFICER CATCHES SUSPECT IN BREAK-IN 

MAN CHARGEO WITH BREAK-INS 

MAN SHOT IN NECK AT BREAK-IN SCENE 

THREE BREAK-INS REPORTED 

THIEF DECKS WOMAN. OASHES OFF WITH HER POCKETBOOK 

OFFICER CHARGES MAN WITH DRUGS, SPEFOING 

THIEF GRABS BANK-OEPOSIT BAG FROM AUTO PARKED AT HOSPITAL 

MASKEO GUNMAN ROBS CAFE 

DURHAM MAN THRASHED. ROBBED 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH SHOP BREAK-IN 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

MAN WITH SHOTGUN ROBS CONVENIENCE STORE 

TWO CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT DURHAM SERVICE STATION 

10 OWELLINGS REPORT HOLIDAY THEFTS 

BREAKING AND ENTERING. AUTOS 

CLOTHING, TV, CASH STOLEN FROM CAR PARKEO AT MOTEL 

STUOENT REPORTS HIS DISSERTATION STOLEN FROM CAR 

CAR BREAK-INS REPORTED 

THIEVES TAKE JEWELRY FROM SNOWHILL ROAO HOME 

POLICE: CAR THEFTS MAY BE LINKED 

WAKE COUNTY MAN'S RECORD HAS ALMOST 80 CONVICTIONS 

GUNMAN ROBS CONVENIENCE STORE 

MEN FLEE OFFICER ON PATROL 

MAN WITH UMBRELLA SHOOS WOULD-BE THIEF 

JOYNER CHARGEO WITH HOUSE BREAK-IN 

WOMAN: CAR STEREO MISSING 

TEENS ATTACK, ROB MAN AT GUNPOINT 

JEWELRY, TOYS STOLEN FROM CAR 

THIEVES STEAL CAR PARTS FROM BEDROOM 

■CRIMESTOPPER' NABS CARD, CASH 

THIEVES TAKE RADIO 

2 ARRESTEO FOR STABBING 

THIEVES TAKE BIKE FROM HOME 

AUTO BREAK-INS THEFT INVESTIGATED 

ROBBERS TAKE CASH. GUN FROM MAN IN PARKED CAR 

VANDALS HIT CARS NEAR NCCU 

TWO CHARGED WITH AUTO BREAK-INS 

DURHAM MAN SHOT IN LEGS 

GUNMAN ROBS DURHAM PIZZA FIRM, ESCAPES 

JOUTHS ARRESTED FOR CAR BREAK- INS; RING SUSPECTED 

ARMED MEN ROB RESTAURANT 

POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH ARMED ROBBERY 

DURHAM MAN CHARGED WITH SH001TNG GIRLFRIEND 

FIRM SAYS 3 ORGANS MISSING 

T S HIEvIs°TAK| R M51!c K 7^MS R FRgS T VAN 4R ° UND CH *" 1 H ' LL AN ° " RR80R ° 

BURGLARS FORCE MAN INTO CLOSET, STEAL CASH 

STABBED MAN SAID 'STABLE' 

MAN WITH PISTOL ROBS 16-YEAR-OLD EMPLOYEE 

CASSETTE PLAYER STOLEN FROM CAR 

CONSTRUCTION EOUIPMENT STOLEN 

DEALER REPORTS CAR STOLEN FROM HIS LOT 

FRANKLIN DEPUTIES ARE INVESTIGATING 3 BRtAK-INS 

MFN GRAB STROLLER'S PURSE. GET J160 

2 ACCUSED OF BREAKING INTO AUTO 

JL1!£y,!! 9 PE 2 I R J IL6R ' T »KE OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

THIEVES TAKE TOOLS FROM BUILDrNG SITE 

SERIES OF CAR BREAK-INS REPORTED AI UNC 

GOODS WORTH tl,15D STOLEN FROM TWO CARS 

CAR BREAK-IN CHARGES LODGES AGAINST 3 MEN 

ARMED MAN ROBS STEAK RESTAURANT 

THIEF GETS BIKE, STEREO PARTS 

JSil Ve to? R ^5 Jti 10 V,N 4T M0TF;l LnT « STe * L STEREO PARTS 
BOAT, TRAILER GONE FROM DURHAM BANK 
MAN HELD ON PLOTTING 'POT' SALE 
THIEVES TAKE JEWELRY 

gSnm C an C rSbs G !toV H,EF GETS " r ste,eo un,t 

MAN CHARGED IN THEFT, BREAK-IN OF SIX CARS 

LUNSFORO CHARGEO WITH CAR BREAK-INS 

?H R ?AM MAN REPORTS ENTRY, RANSACKING OF CAR 

THIEF GRABS BANK-DEPOSIT BAG FROM AUTO PARKEO AT HOSPITAL 

MAN CHARGED WITH FIREARMS VIOLATION "USPIIAL 

POLICE SEEK VCR THIEF 

THIEVES GET 114,000 IN COMPUTERS 

THIEVES CUT FENCE, GET TRUCKS 

BREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 

SEE ALSO MAMMOGRAPHY 

foi5 T u 5r R t r T u F: 2 R T^ 4 ^ C ! R .? E Ii Cn 9 N N0T FOOLPROOF, UNC DOCTORS WARN 
X-RAY HELPS IN BATTLE AGAINST BREAST CANCER 
MORE WOMEN GETTING MAMMOGRAMS AT DUKE 
MORE U.S. WOMEN ARE HAVING MAMMOGRAMS 



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12/31/36 



SUBJECTS 



MAMMOGRAPHY UNITS ADDED IN AHMANCE 
BREAST CANCER EXAMS IMPORTANT 
BREAST LUMP SIGN TO CALL YOUR DOCTOR 
PILL, CANCER UNRELATED. 

BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO FLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN DRIVING 

SEE ALSO INTOXIMETER 

NEW BREATHALYZER SPEEDS UP TESTING FOR DRUNKEN ORIVING 

BREATH TEST PROMPTS SUIT 

LOWER THE ALCOHOL LIMIT 

TOUGHER PENALTIES NEEDED 

BRIAN SOUTH £ CO. 

•SUNNYSIUE' TO GET NEW RESTING PLACE 
OPPORTUNITIES BRING DEVELOPER TO OURHAM 
URBAN DEVELOPER MOVING To DURHAM 

no t a Q fQ PPK 

FLA. FIRM SEEKS ACCESS TO LAND NEAR RDU. 1-40 

THE BRIARHOPPERS 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

BRI3FRY 

SEE ALSO JURY TAMPERING 

ATTORNEY GENERAL URGES INDICTMENT OF SHERIFF 

GUILFORD CO. GSANO JURY MILL GET RESULTS OF INVESTIGATION ABOUT SHERIFF 

SHERIFF OF GUILFORD INDICTEO IN SEX CASE 

GUILFORD DEMOCRATIC LEADER ASKS SHERIFF TO TEMPORARILY STEP OCMN 

JURY CHOSEN FOR SHERIFF'S BRIBERY TRIAL 

TWO WOMEN TESTIFY GUILFORD SHERIFF SOUGHT SEXUAL FAVORS 

KEY PROSECUTION WITNESS ENDS TESTIMONY IN PRCFFITT 3RI3ERV TRIAL 

OETECTIVES TESTIFY AND STATE RESTS CASE IN BRIBERY TRIAL 

DEFENSE STARTS IN GUILFORD SHERIFF'S TRIAL 

SPICY BRIBERY TRIAL 'BETTER THAN SOAP OPERA" 

GUILFORD SHERIFF TESTIFIES; JJRY may GET CASE TODAY 

GUILFORD SHERIFF ACOUITTEO OF BRIBERY 

END LICENSE TO BE BRIBED 

FORMER DEPUTY PLEADS GUILTY TO PLOT 

"RICKLAYERS 

SEE ALSO MASONRY 

CATCHING A FEW WINKS 

BRICKLAYER WINS NATIONAL CONTEST 

BRICK MASONS PLEDGE HELP ON MEMORIAL 

BRICKS 

SEE ALSO MASONRY 

BATTLEBORO COMPANY OPPOSES BRICKBATS OF N.C. TRADE GROUP 
OIRT STRIPPERS 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENTS 

SEE ALSO FRIENOLY CITY SECTIONAL SRIOGE TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GAMES 

OURHAM WILL HOST BRIOGE TOURNAMENT 

BRIDGE TOURNAMENT CONTINUES TODAY 

3-DAY OURHAM BRIDGE TOURNEY RESUMES TODAY 

TOURNAMENT DRAWS DIEHARD BRIDGE BUFFS 

MRS. KENNEDY WINS BRIDGE TOURNEY TROPHY 

BRIDGE TROPHY WINNER RECALLS EARLY DAYS OF PLAYING POORLY 

BRIDGES. OURHAM 

SEE ALSO OVERPASSES 

TREYBURN FOES TO ATTENO RED MILL ROAD HEARING 

SECTION OF N.C. 54 CLOSING FOR BRIDGE 

TREY8URN FIGHT CONTINUES TO BOIL 

BRIOGE OVER FREEWAY 

STATE LEANING AGAINST RED MILL IMPACT STUDY 

SRIDGE BUG 

BRIDGES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO COVERED BRIDGES 

SEE ALSO OSSIPEE BRIOGE 

SEE ALSO SKEENS MILL BRIOGE 

FUNDING WAS WRONG 

TIME. VANOALS TAKING TOLL ON COVERED BRIDGE 

TRANSPCPTATI ON BOARD APPROVES CONTRACTS 

ALAMANCE WANTS OLD OSSIPEE °RIDGF 

1-40 CONSTRUCTION WORKER OIES IN FALL FROM BRIOGE IN ORANGE 

TANGLEO MESS 

DARE ACCUSES STATE OF ORASGING FEET ON BRIOGE PLANS 

BRIDGE WURK 

ALAMANCE IS LOSING LANDMARK 

BRIDGE BEING REPAIRED 

BRIOGE TO BE CLOSEO 

BRIOGE OVER WATERWAY TO BE CLOSED PART time 

BLAST DROPS BPIOGE 

HIGHWAYS NAMEO FOR SENATORS EAST AND ERVIN 

FIVE N.C. WATER PROJECTS INCLJDED IN BILL 

SPANNING BOGUE SOUND 

COMPANY EARNS 1500,000 BONUS FOR FINISHING "RIDGE 

BRIE CHEESE 

SEE ALSO CHEESE 

CONSUMER ALERT ISSUED ON TWO »RIE CHEESES 
NORTH CAROLINA LISTEO IN CHEESE RECALL 

BRIGGS AVE. (DURHAM, N.C.I 
LOWE'S SEEKS REZONING; 



PROTEST PETITION INvALIC 



BRIGHT LEAF CIVITAN CLUB 
SEE ALSO C IVITAN CLUB 
WILSON HONORED 
HONORING STUDENT 
AWARDS 

BRIGHT LEAF HOEDOwN 

CASWELL'S CHAMBER PLANNING ANNUAL BRIGHT LEAF HOEOOWN 

BRIGHT WORLO CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER 
DOSSIER: WILHELMENIA CANTY BRIDGE 

BRIGUTLEAF MUSIC WORKSHOP 
SEE ALSO MUSIC 

ON WITH THE SHOW 

BRIGHTLEAF SOUARE 

OAC STAGES SECONO STREET "PERA : "PaGLIaCCI" 

■PAGLIACCI' CAST ANNOUNCEO 

HAMMER ACTIVE IN MANY WAYS 

ENGLISH PUB TO OPEN THIS WEEK AT "RIGHTLEAF 

ROS c 'S CELEBRATES MILESTONE BY HOLDING I«haT FlSC) a SALE! 

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL'S STREET OPERA, 'PAGLIACCI,' OPENS 

CLOWNING AROUND 



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SUBJECTS 



PAGE ini 
l/0<>/87 



A NIGHT OF MUSIC 

BAD GUY STEALS SHOW; SELLOUT TODAY 

•I PAGLIACCI- DFLIGHTS AS STREET OPERA OPENS AT BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 

OUTDOOR OPERA A BOON 

PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST 

•MADAME BUTTERFLY' POSTER CONTEST ANNOUNCEO 

BRINKS' ROBBERY 

SEE ROBBERY. U.S. 

BRISTOL-MYERS CO. 

EXCEORIN WARNING GOES NATIONWIDE; PLANT 



'CLEAN- 



EM ASKING FOR MORE 



SPACIOUS AND NEAR EMPTY 



BRITISH AIRWAYS 

WHERE TO SEE THE CONCOROE 

JOURNALISTS* QUICK TRIP ON SUPERSONIC JETLINER HAS 
CONCOROE OROPS IN AT ROU, AND THE CHAMPAGNE FLOWS 
THE CONCORDE: AN EXHIBITION OF ELEGANCE 

BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 

TWO PROFESSORS SEEK TAR HEEL ACCOUNTS OF EARLY CHINA TRAVELS 

BRITISH BROADCASTING CORP. 

DUKE PROF'S BOOK BEING MADE INTO BRITISH TV PROGRAM 
DUKE PROF'S BOOK BASIS FOR TV SHOW 

BRITISH BROADCASTING CORP.. SYMPHONY 
BBC SYMPHONY TO PERFORM HERE 
TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR BBC ORCHESTRA 

BRITISH HONDURAS 
SEE BELIZE 

BROAD ST. 

DUKE PLANS TO BUY BRUAD STREET BUILDING 

DUKF PLANS TO BUY BROAD ST. BUILDING 

PARKING TO REMAIN ON BROAD ST. 

BROAD STREET RESIDENTIAL CENTER 
SEE ALSO GROUP CARE HOMES 
SEE ALSO WILLIE M PROGRAMS 

NEW WILLIE M. FACILITY MODERN, 

CENTER'S LOW USF FRETS STATE 

WILLIE M HOUSF TO BE CLOSED 

WILLIE M FACILITY MAY CLOSE 

COUNTY OWNS BUILDING, LANO 

'WILLIE M.' HOUSE CLOSED 

•WILLIE M- CENTER CLOSES 

BROADWAY (NEW YORK CITYI 
BROADWAY IN DURHAM 

BROADWAY AT DUKE SERIES 

SEE DUKE UNIV., BROADWAY AT DUKE SERIES 

BROADWAY BOUND IPLAYI 

NEW NEIL SIMON PLAY MAY OPEN AT DUKE 

TRIANGLE'S 'BROADWAY BOUNO" THIS FALL 

CAST OF 'BROADWAY BOUND' INCLUDES TV'S 'ALICE' 

DUKE EVENTS SET FOR SEPT. 

LAVIN STARS IN 'BROADWAY BOUND' 

BROADWAY BOUNO: 'ALICE' RETURNING BY WAY OF DUKE 

NEIL SIMON SAYS DUKE AUDIENCES WILL HELP SHAPE HIS NEW COMEDY 

SIMON SAYS HE LIKES PREVIEWING HIS PLAY HERE 

PANEL TO DISCUSS NEIL SIMON'S PLAY 

•BROADWAY BOUND' LOOKING LIKE A HIT 

SPEECH IN SIMON PLAY MESMERIZING JOURNEY TO A BYGONE ERA 

BROGDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL 

BOOGDEN NAMES HONOR STUDENTS 
NOTEWORTHY TALENT 
BROGDEN TO GET FREEDOM SHRINE 
FREEDOM SHRINE PRESENTED 
BROGDEN NAMES HONOR STUDENTS 

Hi^S?D^ S GE!' , NEw R pE!,N^,PAL Fn - L * 4DHIN ' "««T I VE POSITIONS 

AGONY ANO ECSTASY 

BOMB THREAT MAOE 

BROGDEN LISTS HONOR STUDENTS 

BROGDEN MIDDLE SCHOOL. ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, ASSAULTS 

POLICE CHARGE DURHAM STUDENT WITH THROWING BRICKS AT PRINCIPAL 

BROGDEN MIODLE SCHOOL SPORTS, SOFT" ALL 
SOFTBALL CHAMPS 

BROKEN BONES 

CAST OF PLAY 

BROMINE SYSTEMS INC. 

SEE ALSO GEL, INC. OF DURHAM (BATTERIESI 
SFE ALSO WATER TREATMENT 

DURHAM FIRM DEVELOPS WAY TO TREAT RE-CIRCULATING WATER ELEC TROCHEM I C ALLY 
RROMMA, INC. 

COMPANY TAKES OVER ROXBORO PLANT 

BROOKINGS INSTITUTION 

RESEARCH GROUP SAYS RELIGIOUS VALUES SHORE UP OEMOCRACY 

BROOKLYN COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBALL 
PACK RIPS BROOKLYN 
•PACK WINS IN A ROUT 

RROOMS 

SWEPT AWAY 

A CLEAN SWEEP 

BROTHERS 

MAN SHOT TO DEATH AT PARTY; 
ACCUSED MURDERER IN COURT 



BRUTHER HELO 



3R0UGHT0N HOSPITAL (MORGANTON, N.C.I 

Fg?"6R HOSPITAL DIRECTOR SAYS FIRING WAS POLITICAL 
CRITICS SAY DISASTER WAITS AT STATE MENTAL HOSPITAL S 
??,,T H Pt,?!^!I S T 3R0UGHT0N INDICTED ON SEX CHARGES 
SUIT CHARGES DEMOCRATS OROERED FIREO 
^2 M ?2',„ FRE ; FR0 " MENTAL HOSPITAL 2 MONTHS AGO 
PRECISION REQUIRED IN MENTAL DIAGNOSES 
OFFICIALS SAY SHORNOCK WAS NOT IN HOSPITAL 

BROWN AND CALDWELL CONSULTING ENGINEERS 
CITY TO STUDY WASTE DISPOSAL 

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SEE ALSO TOBACCO 

STATE BANKS GROW BY 13*; CONSIDERED -HEALTHY' 

DOCUMENTS SHOW YOUNG SMOKERS TARGETS OF ADS BY TOBACCO FIRM 

LEAF PLAN MAY BE SIGNED TODAY 

CIGARETTE COMPANIES FACE STRUGGLE 

BROWN AND WOOD 

RACE ENTERS DEBATRE OVER BOND ATTORNEYS 

SPAULDING'S FIRM LOSES AS BOARD PICKS COUNSEL FOR COUNTY BONOS 

COUNTY SELECTS BOND ATTORNEYS 

BROWN-BAGGING 

SEE LIQUOR-BY-THE-ORINK 



N.C. 
86 APPRENTICE AWARD 



BROWN BROTHERS INC. 

DURHAM YOUTH WINS 
RECEIVES AWARD 

BROWN LUNG DISEASE 
SEE ALSO COTTON 
SEE ALSO DUST PARTICLES 
SEE ALSO LUNG OISEASES 
SEE ALSO LUNGS 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

SCIENTISTS 'CHIPPING AWAY' AT BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

COTTON MILLS TOLO TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS 

DURHAM MAN'S BYSSINOSIS CLAIM UPHELD 

BROWN WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

SEE INFINITY ROAD WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

THE BROWNESTONE INN I FORMERLY HILTON I NN I 
SEE ALSO HILTON INN (FRWIN ROADI 
DURHAM HOTEL TO GET NEW NAME 
NEW YEAR TO RING IN NEW NAME FOR HILTON 
DROPPING 'HILTON' NAME IS A LOT MORE THAN NEW SIGNS 

BROWNIES (GIRL SCOUTS! 
SEE ALSO GIRL SCOUTS 
HERALDING SPRING 

BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES INC. 

BROWNING FERRIS BUYS TRASH SERVICE 

NATIONAL CHAIN BUYS MCFARLAND GARBAGE SERVICE 

BROYHILL INDUSTRIES INC. 

SEE ALSO FURNITURE INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO FURNITURE MARKET 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BRUCELLOSIS 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
N.C. STOPS SUPPLYING FREE CATTLE VACCINE 

BRUNSWICK COUNTY. N.C. 

BRUNSWICK CO. BEACHES BOAST A MILD CLIMATE 

STORMS SET FIRES TO TWO HOUSES 

TOURISTS FLOCK TO N.C. BEACHES 

TOWN ANNEXATION BY BRUNSWICK COULO EMPOWER BLACK MAJORITY 

BRUNSWICK NUCLEAR PLANT (SOUTHPORT. N.C.t 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS. N.C. AND S.C. 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR PLANTS. N.C. AND S.C ACCIDENTS 
FORMER WORKER CHARGES CPCL FALSIFIED RECORDS 
BOARD WON'T PROBE ALLEGATIONS ABOUT CPCL 

BRYANT-DURHAM ELECTRIC CO. 

DOSSIER: ROBERT S. SHACKLEFORO 

BRYSON CITY, N.C. 

APPARENT SUICIDE OF JUOGE SHOCK TO BRYSON CITY 

BUBBLE BOY 

SEE SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY 

BUCKHORN JOCKEY LOT AND FARMER'S MARKET 
SEE ALSO FLEA MARKETS 

SUPPORTERS URGE COUNTY BOARD TO ALLOW FLEA MARKET TO EXPAND 

BUODHISTS 

BUDOHIST RITUAL ROOTS EVIOENT IN SEUNG-MU 

BUDGETS 

SEE FAMILY BUDGET 

BUGGIES 

SEE ALSO WAGONS 

ONE-HORSEPOWER CONVEYANCE 
CLIPPITY-CLOPPING ALONG 
THEIR BUSINESS IS NOSTALGIA 

BUILOING CODE. VIOLATIONS 

SOCCEP FIELD NEGLECTS OVERSIGHT OF THE PUBLIC 
GRADING TO CONTINUE 
APPRISE PUBLIC OF DEVELOPMENTS 
STONE CONSULTED COUNTY ON CAMP 

NEW HOMES FOUND DEFECTIVE: CONSULTANT SAYS TROUBLE WIDESPREAD 
OREAM HOUSE TURNS INTO NIGHTMARE 

CITY COUNCIL WILL SEEK PANEL TO CHECK BUILDING INSPECTORS 
COUNCIL ASKS STUDY OF INSPECTIONS UNIT 
BUILOFRS: INSPECTORS OOING THEIR JOB WELL 
HOUSING PANEL SELECTION QUERIED 
STUDY OF DURHAM'S INSPECTIONS IS NEEDED 
CONSULTANT'S HOMES TOUR PROVES TO BE EYE OPENER 
PARHAM DEFENDS INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 
INSPECTIONS PANELISTS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENT 
SECOND LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST KEY HOMES 
THE FALL OF THE HOMES OF DURHCM (CARTOON! 

INSPECTIONS: TWO OP IN I ON S/OON" T BLAME ALL THE CONTRACTORS 
INSPECTIONS: TWO OP IN I ON S/ SL OP PY INSPECTIONS 'PROMOTE MY BUSINESS- 
STORIES LED TO DISCOVERY OF TIME BOMS 
COVERAGE IS COMMENDED 

CITY INSPECTORS' INSPECTOR PANEL TENTATIVELY SET 
CITY INSPECTOR BEING PROBED 
CITY INSPECTORS NEED MORE OVERSIGHT 
NEWSPAPER COMMENDED 
POLICE PROBE INSPECTIONS CHARGE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HEAOED BY WRIGHT, SPAULDING 
CITY'S INSPECTIONS DIVISION HIGHLY REGARDED 
HOME BUILDER DIO FINE 
COMPLAINTS UNANSWERED 
PANEL CO-HEADS. CITY MANAGEP "EFT 

COUNCIL AODS FOUR MOKE TO INSPECTION COMMITTEE 
CITY INSPECTORS AMONG BEST IN NATION 
SETTING RECORD STRAIGHT 
INSPECTORS ARE COMPETENT 



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PANEL SHOULON'T DELAY REVIEW ON INSPECTIONS 
INSPECTIONS-REVIEW PANEL GROW; BY 4 

INSPECTIONS MAR HAS GONE ON LONG ENOUGH 

INSPECTIONS PANEL IS OUTSTANDING GROUP 

A PERSONAL WAR 

ALLEGATIONS UNJUST, SAY KEY HOMES EXECUTIVES 

GROUP WANTS TO JOIN ATTACK ON INSPECTIONS 

INSPECTORS DESERVE PRAISE 

HIGH-CALIBER INSPECTIONS 

3 MEMBERS ADOED TO PANEL TO REVIEW CITY INSPECTIONS 

REVIEW PANEL ADOS 3, SETS INITIAL GATHERING 

BUILDING COOE VIOLATIONS CALLED NATURE OF INDUSTRY 

INSPECTION PAYS OFF 

EXPERT: HOMES IN DURHAM GETTIMG SAFER 

INSPECTIONS PANEL TO MEET TUESOAY Tn HEAR CONCERNS 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL NEEOS PUBLIC INPUT 

CRITICS. SUPPORTERS SPEAK ON INSPFCTIONS 

PHOTOS 'SHOCK 1 INSPECTIONS PANEL CO-HEAD 

INSPECTIONS CHIEF OEFENOS DEPARTMENT 

PARHAM SAYS TIME. MONEY ARE CULPRITS 

BOOM IN CONSTRUCTION IN DURHAM CONTINUES BUT AT REDUCED RATE 

•WE'RE BUILDING A SLUM CITY,' PANEL IS TOLD 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HEARS MORE COMPLAINTS 

DURHAM INSPECTORS AMONG BEST IN N.C. 

INSPECTIONS APE A PUBLIC ISSUE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HAS WELCOMED COMMENT 
KEY HOMES ALL RIGHT 

INSPECTIONS PANEL GETS TECHNICAL ADVISER 
ENGINEER TO ADVISE INSPECTIONS COMMITTEE 
LICENSE ALL CONTRACTORS 

INSPECTIONS PANEL WILL MEET TONIGHT 
HOUSING INSPECTIONS PANEL LOOKS FOR IDEAS 
INSPECTIONS P«NEL MEMBERS TO TOUR HOMES IN OURHAM 

INSPECTIONS PANEL SPLITS TO VISIT SITES 

INSPECTIONS INVESTIGATION NEARING END 

HIRING MORE INSPECTORS TO BE 0E9ATE0 

W,JXr£,.5£. E £' AL COMMITTEE AGREES MORE INSPECTIONS STAFFERS NEEDED 

INSPECTIONS PANEL DECLINES STAND ON HIRING REQUEST 

DURHAM MAN SAYS CITY HARASSING HIM 

WHY CAN'T INSPECTORS ANSWER HIS COMPLAINT? 

INSPECTIONS PANEL MAY MEET PRIVATELY 

BUILDING CODES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM. N.C, DOWNTOWN BUILDINGS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS OIVISION 

SEE ALSO HIGH-RISES 

SEE ALSO HOUSING COOE 

SEE ALSO N.C. BUILDING COOE COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BUILDING COOE CONGRESS 

INDOOR SOCCER SITE HITS ZONINS SNAG 

SKYSCPAPER CONTROL ORDINANCE APPROVED 

PANEL BACKS LIMITS ON BUILDING HEIGHTS 

BUILOING-HEIGHT PROPOSAL SETS FIRST-TIME LIMITS IN 11 DISTRICTS 

LAW WOULD LIMIT HEIGHT OF BUILDINGS ■ s 

BUILDING HEIGHT LIMIT APPROVED 

WATER HEATER PROPOSAL REJECTED BY COUNCIL 

PANEL REJECTS WATER HEATER RULE 

NEW HOMES FOUND DEFECTIVE: CONSULTANT SAYS TROUBLE WIDESPREAD 

DREAM HOUSE TURNS INTO NIGHTMARE 

BUILOING CODE CLASS PLANNEO AT DTI 

CITY HALL APPRECIATED 

N : c .sJ : ,^J!JS E 2„ BUU - c " NG codes n BAN the use of leao solder in PLUMBING 

LANDOWNERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST J-ACRE LOT SUE 

BUILDING-COOES COURSE OFFERED 

NEW HIGH-RISE TOWERS SPARK CONCERN IN FIREMEN 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL FACILITIES FEES 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INOUSTRY 

SEE ALSO DAVIS-BACON ACT 

SEE ALSO HOME IMPROVEMENT 

SEE ALSO HOUSE PLANS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, COSTS 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSn N.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

51? ?. L 5S JESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

5f f »CSO SCHOOLS, N.C, CONSTRUCTION COSTS 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 

TOWERING VIEW 

DURHAM BUILDING PACE REMAINS HIGH 

TACKING IT DOWN 

N.C. CONTRACTING METHOO CRITICIZED 

PARK FORTY PLAZA WORK BEGINS 

VOTE CHANGE TIPS REZONING RULING 

HOUSING BOOM BRINGS RECnRD YEAR I fl OURHAM 

FIRM SHOWS PLANS FOR HOME PROJECT 

NEW HOMES ARE PLANNEO 

BUSINESS R Br"fING Y ° PP0SES BRICKBATS OF N.C. TRADE GROUP 

BUILOING PERMITS UP IN VALUE 

BUILDING ACTIVITY JUMPS 33% 

GRADING WORK BEGINS 

OIL COMPANY SEEKS REZONING FOR STATION 

CITY BUILDING ACTIVITY SLOWS 

CITY MULLS NEW GARAGE FINANCING 

HEADING SKYWARD 

COMMISSION FACES ZONING POTPO'IRRI 

MORE HOUSES BUILT IN FIRE-PRONE AREAS 

BUILDING BOOM MUSHROOMING IN OURHAM COUNTY 

SINGLE-FAMILY UNITS SURGE IN TRIANGLE 

CRANE OPERATOR'S CAREER KEEPS RISING 

HERE'S HOW 40, 000-POUND CRANE CLIMBS 

OURHAM PLANNING GROUP OK S BUILDING Jo GEER STREET HOMES 

OURHAM CONSTRUCTION FIGURES 3» BEST IN STATE Hu " t: > 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION AMONG N.C. LEADERS 

HA?!? PL^V^OM^oVlicToUEsIio'n'I * N6 " ° FF ' CE GILDINGS 

!^ L T?r5ir , Si?g c P T S5j s fc ?? , as N isii R ja9 hell 

EDUCATE YOURSELF BEFORE BUYING SPEC HOME 

START OF SOMETHING NEW 

COUNTY BUILDING GAIN IS MOOE ST 

TALL ORDER 

DURHAM VENDING FIRM EXPANDING 

BUILDER COMPLIMENTED 

7 DURHAM CONTRACTORS HONOREO 

HOUSING PLANNED 

PHOTOS 'SHOCK' INSPECTIONS PANEL CO-HEAO 

BOARO APPROVES REZONING FOR HOMES 



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s 


2 


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2 


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1 




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2 


6/16/86 


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1 




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M69 


S 


2 


6/1 7/86 


A 


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N 


W82 


s 


2 


6/18/86 


A 


1 




N 


M69 


H 


2 


7/13/86 


F 


1 


c 


N 




H 


2 


7/18/86 


B 


I 


P 


P 


F70 


s 


2 


7/18/86 


A 


1 




N 


W82 


s 


2 


7/18/86 


C 


1 


P 


P 


F70 


s 


2 


7/23/86 


A 


1 


p 


N 


W82 


H 


2 


7/27/86 


D 


4 




L 




H 


2 


7/27/86 


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I 




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s 


2 


8/06/86 


A 


5 




N 




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H70 


s 


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8/06/86 


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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



INDEX 
12/31/36 



36 APPRENTICE AWARD 



see alsc tobacco 
state banks crow by 13*; considered 'healthy- 
documents show young smokers targets of ads by tobacco firm 
leaf plan may be signed today 
cigarette companies face struggle 

brown and wood 

race enters oebatre over bond attorneys 

spauloing's firm loses as board picks counsel for county bonds 

county selects bond attorneys 

brown-bagging 

see liouor-by-the-drink. n.c. 

brown brothers inc. 

durham youth wins 
receives award 

brown lung disease 
see also cotton 
see also dust particles 
see also lung diseases 
see also lungs 
see also textile industry 

scientists "chipping away" at brown lung disease 

cotton mills told to pay medical bills 

durham man's byssinosis claim upheld 

brown water treatment plant 

see infinity road water treatment plant 

the brownestone inn i formerly hilton inni 
see also hilton inn ierwin roadi 
durham hotel to get new name 
new year to ring in new name for hilton 
oropping "hilton- name is a lot more than new signs 

brownies (girl scoutsi 
see also girl scouts 
heralding spring 

browning ferris industries inc. 

browning ferris buys trash service 

national chain buys mcfarlano garbage service 

broyhill industries inc. 

see also furniture industry 
see also furniture market 
business highlights 

brucellosis 

see also diseases (see also names of specific diseases! 
n.c. stops supplying free cattle vaccine 

brunswick countyi n.c. 

brunswick co. beaches boast a mild climate 

storms set fires to two houses 

tourists flock to n.c. peaches 

town annexation by brunswick could empower black majority 

brunswick nuclear plant (southportt n.c.) 
see also nuclear plantsi n.c. and s.c. 
see also nuclear plants. n.c. and s.c. accioents 

for"er worker charges cpcl falsified records 

board won't probe allegations about cpcl 



BRY ANT-DURHA* 
DO S S I E R : 



ELECTRIC CO. 

ROBERT S. SHACKLEFORD 



RRYSON CITY. N.C. 

APPARENT SUICIDE OF JUOGE SHOCK TO BRYSON CITY 

BUBBLE BOY 

SEE SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY 

BUCKHORN JOCKEY LOT AND FARMER'S MARKET 
SEE ALSO FLEA MARKETS 

SUPPORTERS URGE COUNTY BOARO TO ALLOW FLEA MARKET TO EXPAND 

BUDDHISTS 

BUDDHIST RITUAL ROOTS EVIOENT IN SEUNC— HU 

BUDGETS 

SEE FAMILY BUDGET 

BUGGIES 

SEE ALSO WAGONS 

ONE-HORSEPOWER CONVEYANCE 
CL IPPITY-CLOPPING ALONG 
THEIR BUSINESS IS NOSTALGIA 

BUILDING CODE. VIOLATIONS 

SOCCER FIELD NEGLECTS OVERSIGHT OF THE PUBLIC 

GRADING TO CONTINUE 

APPRISE PUBLIC OF DEVELOPMENTS 

STONE CONSULTED COUNTY ON CAMP 

NEW HOMES FOUND OEFECTIVE: CONSULTANT SAYS TROUBLE WIDESPREAD 

OREAM HOUSE TURNS INTO NIGHTMARE 

CITY COUNCIL WILL SEEK PANEL TO CHECK BUILDING INSPECTORS 

COUNCIL ASKS STUDY OF INSPECTIONS UNIT 

BUILOFRS: INSPECTORS DOING THEIR JOB WELL 

HOUSING PANEL SELECTION OAIERIEO 

STUDY OF DURHAM'S INSPECTIONS IS NEEDED 

CONSULTANT'S HOMES TOUR PROVES TO BE EYE OPENER 

PARHAM DEFENDS INSPECTION UEPARTMENT 

INSPECTIONS PANELISTS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENT 

SECOND LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST KEY HOMES 

THE FALL OF THE HOMES OF DURHAM ICARTOONI 

INSPECTIONS: TWO OPINIONS/DON'T BLAME ALL THE CONTRACTORS 

INSPECTIONS: T wO OP IN I ONS/ SL OP PY INSPECTIONS 'PROMOTE MY BUSINESS' 

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 

NEWSPAPER COMHENOED 

POLICE PROBE INSPECTIONS CHARGE 

INSPECTIONS PANFL HEAOEO BY WEIGHT, SPAULDING 

CITY'S INSPECTIONS DIVISION HIGHLY REGARDED 

HOME BUILOER DID FINE 

COMPLAINTS UNANSWERED 

PANEL CO-HEAO 5 . CITY MANAGEP "Ell 

COUNCIL ADDS FOUR HOKE TO INSPECTION COMMITTEE 

CITY INSPECTORS AMONG BEST IN NATION 

SETTING RECORD STRAIGHT 

INSPECTORS ARE COMPETENT 



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H 2 7/02/36 P 1 N W36 
S 2 7/02/86 CI N MOf, 



H 2 11/16/86 C IS 
S 2 11/29/86 A 8 



H 2 1/22/86 A 7 N 
H 2 5/08/86 A 26 N 
H 2 6/18/86 C 3 N 



S 2 9/15/R6 C 1 
H 2 9/16/86 A 7 
H 2 11/23/86 C 1 1 



S 2 3/IA/R6 C 1 P P L20 



S 2 9/15/86 A 1 N W82 
H 2 9/16/86 C 10 N 



H 2 1/01/86 4 



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S 2 8/06/86 C 1A N 

H 2 U/28/86 C 8 N 



S 2 4/25/86 A 5 
H 2 6/18/86 B 3 



H 2 6/25/86 A 11 P G 
H 2 10/01/86 A 8 N 



H 3 2/25/86 C 1 N "10 
H 2 6/24/86 B 1 R L34 



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6/11/86 


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4/24/86 


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4/29/86 


c 


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5/01/36 


A 


4 


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S 2 


5/02/86 


A 


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H 2 


6/15/86 





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6/15/06 





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6/17/B6 


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S 2 


6/17/86 


A 


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S 2 


6/17/36 


A 


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N 


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6/18/86 


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6/13/86 


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6/19/86 


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6/20/86 


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S 2 


6/20/36 


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6/21/86 


A 


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6/22/86 


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6/22/86 





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6/24/86 


A 


4 


L 




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6/24/P6 


B 


1 P 


N 




H 2 


6/25/86 


A 


1 


N 


S51 


H 2 


6/25/96 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/25/86 


A 


A 


L 




S 2 


6/25/36 


c 


1 


N 


•'69 


H 2 


6/26/86 


A 


1 


N 


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H 2 


6/26/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/26/36 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/26/36 


A 


4 


L 




S 2 


6/26/86 


c 


1 


N 


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H 2 


6/27/86 


A 


1 


N 


SSI 


H 2 


6/27/36 


A 


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6/27/86 


A 


4 


L 




H 2 


6/27/86 


A 


4 


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MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



PANEL SHOULDN'T DELAY REVIEW ON INSPECTIONS 

INSPECTIONS-REVIEW PANEL GROWS BY 4 

INSPECTIONS WAR HAS GONE ON LONG ENOUGH 

INSPECTIONS PANEL IS OUTSTANDING GROUP 

A PERSONAL WAR 

ALLEGATIONS UNJUST, SAY KEY HOMES EXECUTIVES 

GROUP WANTS TO JOIN ATTACK ON INSPECTIONS 

INSPECTORS DESERVE PRAISE 

HIGH-CALIBER INSPECTIONS 

3 MEMBERS ADDED TO PANEL TO REVIEW CITY INSPECTIONS 

REVIEW PANEL ADOS 3. SETS INITIAL GATHERING 

BUILDING CODE VIOLATIONS CALLED NATURE OF INDUSTRY 

INSPECTION PAYS OFF 

EXPERT: HOMES IN DURHAM GETTING SAFER 

INSPECTIONS PANEL TO MEET TUESDAY TO HEAR CONCERNS 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL NEEDS PUBLIC INPUT 

CRITICS, SUPPORTERS SPEAK ON INSPECTIONS 

PHOTOS •SHOCK 1 INSPECTIONS PANEL CO-HEAD 

INSPECTIONS CHIEF DEFENDS DEPARTMENT 

PARHAM SAYS TIME, MONEY ARE CULPRITS 

BOOM IN CONSTRUCTION IN DURHAM CONTINUES BUT AT REDUCED RATE 

•WE'RE BUILOING A SLUM CITY,' PANEL IS TOLO 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HEARS MORE COMPLAINTS 

DURHAM INSPECTORS AMONG BEST IN N.C. 

INSPECTIONS APE A PUBLIC ISSUE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HAS WELCOMED COMMENT 

KEY HOMES ALL RIGHT 

INSPECTIONS PANEL GETS TECHNICAL ADVISER 

ENGINEER TO ADVISE INSPECTIONS COMMITTEE 

LICENSE ALL CONTRACTORS 

INSPECTIONS PANEL WILL MEET TTNIGHT 

HOUSING INSPECTIONS PANEL LOOKS FOR IDEAS 

INSPECTIONS PANEL MEMBERS TO TOUR HOMES IN DURHAM 

INSPECTIONS PANEL SPLITS TO VISIT SITES 

INSPECTIONS INVESTIGATION NEARING END 

HIRING MORE INSPECTORS TO BF DEBATED 

9. , IX^. SPECUL COMMITTEE AGREES MORE INSPECTIONS STAFFERS NEEDED 

INSPECTIONS PANEL DECLINES STAND ON H I R ING REOUE S T 

DURHAM MAN SAYS CITY HARASSING HIM 

WHY CAN'T INSPECTORS ANSWER HIS COMPLAINT' 

INSPECTIONS PANEL MAY MEET PRIVATELY 

BUILOING CODES 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, DOWNTOWN BUILDINGS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 

SEE ALSO HIGH-RISES 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CODE 

SEE ALSO N.C. BUILDING COOE COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO SEPTIC TANKS, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO SOUTHERN BUILDING COOE CONGRFSS 

INDOOR SOCCER SITE HITS ZONINS SNAG 

SKYSCRAPER CONTROL ORDINANCE APPROVED 

PANFL BACKS LIMITS ON BUILDING HEIGHTS 

BUILDING-HEIGHT PROPOSAL SETS FIRST-TIME LIMITS IN 11 DISTRICTS 

LAW WOULD LIMIT HEIGHT OF BUILDINGS ".«■* ul ""' u> 

BUILDING HEIGHT LIMIT APPROVED 

WATER HEATER PROPOSAL REJECTED BY COUNCIL 

PANEL REJECTS WATER HEATER RULE 

SIS.tJ°SI S .,E r> y iD . DEFECT ivg : CONSULTANT SAYS TROUBLE WIDESPREAD 

DREAM HOUSE TURNS INTO NIGHTMARE 

BUILDING CODE CLASS PLANNED AT OTI 

r;NLwS F S^p!^8u^G2?NlT^-?cSE T LOT U l,Z? F LEAD % ° LD " IN PLU ^' NG 

BUILOING-COOES COURSE OFFERED 

NEW HIGH-RISE TOWERS SPARK CONCERN IN FIREMEN 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO PUILOING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL FACILITIES FEES 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO DAVIS-BACON ACT 

SEE ALSO HOME IMPROVEMENT 

SEE ALSO HOUSE PLANS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, COSTS 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE BUILOING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO N.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

III ?!-5S ^SEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, BUILOING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, CONSTRUCTION COSTS 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 

TOWERING VIEW 

DURHAM BUILOING PACE REMAINS HIGH 

TACKING IT DOWN 

N.C. CONTRACTING METHOO CRITICIZED 

PARK FORTY PLAZA WORK BEGINS 

VOTE CHANGE TIPS REZONING RULING 

HOUSING BOOM BRINGS RECORD YEAR IN OURHAM 

FIRM SHOWS PLANS FOR HOME PROJECT 

NEW HOMES ARE PLANNED 

BMjy,SI?? R S = C r2c?f.? Y app °SES BRICKBATS OF N.C. TRADE GROUP 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

BUILDING PERMITS UP IN VALUE 

BUILDING ACTIVITY JUMPS 33* 

GRADING WORK BEGINS 

OIL COMPANY SEEKS REZONING FOR STATION 

CITY BUILDING ACTIVITY SLOWS 

city mulls new garage financing 

heading skyward 

commission faces zoning potpo'irri 

more houses built in fire-prone areas 

builoing boom mushrooming in ourham county 

single-family units surge in triangle 

crane operator's career keeps rising 

here's how 40. 000-pound crane climbs 

durham planning group ok s building 26 geer street homes 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION FIGURES 3» D BEST INSTATE 
OURHAM CONSTRUCTION AMONG N.C. LEADERS 

5^1 ^N S ^oSpT S ? U C 4 gNFL.C N } E UU^T.^S » " H ° FF,CE « U ' L « N " 

BUILOERS: INSPECTORS DOING THEIR JOB WELL 

CENTER MAY NEED PROJECT MANAGER 

EDUCATE YOURSELF BEFORE BUYING SPEC HOME 

START OF SOMETHING NEW 

COUNTY BUILDING GAIN IS MODEST 

TALL ORDER 

DURHAM VENDING FIRM EXPANDING 

BU1L0ER COMPLIMENTED 

7 DURHAM CONTRACTORS HONOREO 

HOUSING PLANNED 

PHOTOS 'SHOCK' INSPECTIONS PANEL CO-HEAD 

BOARD APPROVES REZONING FOR HOMES 



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6/28/86 


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7/01/86 


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8/13/86 


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H 2 


8/17/86 


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8/27/86 


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8/27/86 


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9/15/86 


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9/16/86 


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9/17/86 


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9/23/86 


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9/24/86 


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11/12/86 


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12/02/86 


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N 


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12/03/86 


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12/03/86 


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12/18/86 


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5/21/86 


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5/21/86 


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5/24/86 


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5/24/86 


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6/05/86 


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6/11/86 


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6/16/86 


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2 


6/17/86 


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6/18/86 


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N 


M69 


H 


2 


7/13/86 


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H 


2 


7/18/86 


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P 


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2 


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2 


7/18/86 


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p 


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s 


2 


7/23/86 


A 


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N 


W82 


H 


2 


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2 


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8/06/86 


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8/06/86 


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MONTHLY/A 



N N U A L INDEX B 

1/01/66 - 12/31/86 



S U B J E 



PLANNING BOARD 
PRELIMINARY WORK 
LINCOLN CENTER E 
ALLENTON REALTY 
PERSON RESIDENTS 
TELECOM PLANNING 
BUILDING ACTIVIT 
OURHAM PUILOING 
BOARD NIXES HOME 
PRODUCTS SHOW. P 
ORANGE CO. PLANN 
OURHAM CONSTRUCT 
MORTGAGE BANKERS 
H0M6BUIL0ERS ASS 
OPPORTUNITIES BR 
WORK STARTS ON T 
SITE PLAN FOR TR 
DRAINAGE IMPORTA 
OUT-OF-TOWN DEVE 
COUNCIL TO GET 
COUNCIL OKS OFFI 
1-40 CORRIDOR PR 
DURHAM BUILDING 
BUILDING PACE SL 
AVERAGE HOME IN 
DIGGING DEEP 
EYEBALLING THE W 
COUNCIL WON'T AP 
PANEL SOUGHT TO 
DURHAM BUILDING 
HOME PUILOING WE 
WELLONS WANTS NE 
STATE BUILDINGS 
GROUND BROKEN FO 
LOW BID SOMETIME 
OURHAM CONSTRUCT 
OCTOBER CONSTRUC 
CONSTRUCTION FOR 
MORE APARTMENTS 
GUARDIAN PLANS M 



KS HOTEL. CENTER ZONING 

STARTS ON TOWERS 
XPANSION OK'D 
TO BUILD HOUSING DEVELOPMENT 

CONTESTING ACTION ON DEVELOPMENT 

113 MILLION CENTER 
Y NEARLY DOUBLES 
ACTIVITY NEARLY DOUBLES 
-BUILDING REQUEST 
ARADE OF HOMES SET 
ERS REVIEW HOUSING PLANS 
ION TOPS 123 MILLION IN JULY 
• CHIEF PREOICTS SINGLt-OIGIT RATES 
0C1ATI0N HONOS S BUILDERS 
ING OEVELOPFR TO OURHAM 
OHERS 

EYBURN PROJECT GETS NOD 
NT WHEN BUILDING 
LOPERS SEEN MOVING TOO FAST 
FFICE-PARK PLAN 
CE-PARK PLANS 
UM0T10NAL GROUP FORMED 
HOLDS ONTO 3RD PLACE IN N.C. 
IPS TO HALF STEP 
DURHAM COSTS THE BUILDER 162.600 

RECKING BALL 
PEAL RULING 
OVERSEE STATE 
DECLINES 

BELOW LAST 



BUILDING 



YEAR'S PACE 
W U.S. 70 COMPLEX 
PLANNED. BUT BEAUTY QUESTIONED 
R UNIVERSI TY PLACE 
S NOT IN CITY'S BEST INTEREST 
ION VALUE RAN<S 2ND IN N.C. 

TION IN CITY 2ND IN STATE, BUT DOWN SINCE 196" 
ECAST FOR STATE ROSY 
PLANNED NEAP. SOUTH SQUARE MALL 
1NI-WARFH0USE ON CLUB BOULEVARD 



BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, CONTRACTS 
SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO BUILOING CONTRACTORS 
SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO N.C. STATE CONTRACTS 

PANEL FAVORS CITY POLICY ON TENTS 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, N.C. 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION FIGURES 3RD BEST IN STATE 
OURHAM CONSTRUCTION AMONG N.C. LEAOERS 
CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY RISES IN OURHAM 
FURIOUS PACE nF BUILDING CONTINUES IN DURHAM 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION, THEFT 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, OURHAM 
CHAPEL HILL MAN CHARGE 
THIEVFS STEAL SAW FROM 
MAN IN CAR LOADED WITH 
NEW HOUSES LOOTED 
ATTENOANT RFPORTS ARCA 
HAN ROBS RESTAURANT, G 
11,000 IN TOOLS STOLEN 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH 
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 
GUNMEN ROB OURHAM REST 
POLICE CHARGE MAN WITH 
EQUIPMENT GONE FROM WO 
STEREO, JEWELRY STOLEN 
TOOLS STOLEN FRON HOUS 
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 
THIEVES OPEN TRAILER. 
GUNMEN POB MAN OF WATC 
THIEVFS TAKE TOOLS FRO 
16,800 IN EQUIPMENT, t 
TEENS SNATCH WOMAN'S P 
THIEVES TAKE LUMBER FR 
THIEVES TAKE ANTIOUE R 
THIEF STEALS mortar MI 
CONSTRUCTION I TEMS ARE 
MAN WITH KNI FE BOBS ST 
GUNMAN ROBS STORE 
THIEVES CUT FENCE, GET 



WITH THEFT 
FIRM 
SHINGLFS CHARGED IN THEFT 

DE AT NORTH DUKE MALL ROBPEO 
ETS 17 0D 

FROM CONSTRUCTION SITE 

STABBING WIFE 

STOLEN 
AURANT, ESCAPE 

ARMEO ROBBERY 
RK SITE 

FROM HOME 
E UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

STOLEN 
TAKE OF r ICE EQUIPMENT 
H, CASH 
M TRAILERS 

1,500 TRAILER STOLEN 
URSE AT LIBRARY LOT 
OM BUILDING SITE 
IFLES FROM HOME 
XER 

REPORT=D STOLEN 
UOENT 

TRUCKS 



BUILDING CONT 
SEE ALSO f> 
SEE ALSO B 
SEE ALSO B 
SEE ALSO ' 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
"~ ALSO 



SEE 

SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
N.C. CON 
KUGEL SA 
MAJOR CO 
CONSULTA 
THE FALL 
INSPECT! 
INSPECTI 
LARGE FO 
COUNCIL 
LOW BID 



RACTOPS 

UILOING CONSTRUCTION 

UILDING CONSTRUCTION, CONTRACTS 

UILOING DEVELOPERS 

ONSTRUCTION INOUSTRY 

ONTRACTS 

URHAM, N.C CONTRACT BIDDING 

URHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL. CONSTRUCTION 

EOERAL CONTRACTS 

OUSING, N.C. 

INORITY CONTRACTORS 

AVING CONTRACTORS 

RIVATE CONTRACTORS (FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES! 

TRACTING METHOD CRITICIZED 

YS HE INTENDS TO FULFILL CONTRACTS 

NTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE RANKED FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. 

NT URGES BUILDERS BE OMITTED FROM STUDY PANEL 

OF THE HOMES OF OURHAM (CARTOON! 
ONS: TWO OPINIONS/DON'T BLAME ALL THE CONTRACTORS 
ONS: TWO OPINIONS/SLOPPY INSPECTIONS 'PROMOTE MY BUSINESS' 
RSYTH CONTRACTOR FILES FOR REORGANIZATION 
QUESTIONS BIO RULES 
SOMETIMES NOT IN CITY'S bEST INTEREST 



BUILniNG DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL FACILITIES FEES 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, HOUSING 

SEE ALSO COASTAL OE VELOPMC NT , N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF OURHAM AND CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO PLANNED UNIT DEVFLOPMENT 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 

APARTMENT PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN GIVEN 

CROASDAILE FARM WINS REZONIMG STEP 

COUNTY PLANNERS POSTPONE ACTION ON BETHFSOA PROJECT 

PA. DEVELOPER ERECTS 3RD BUILOING 

GARY HOCK PUTTING UP ANOTHER OFFICE BUILOING NEAR NORTH OUKF MALL 

ATTEMPT TO DELAY ROSEMARY SQUARE NARROWLY LOSES 

OESPITE CLOSED OFFICE, DEVELOPER SAYS N.C. BUSINESS GOOD 

GETTING DEEP: CORPS OF ENGINEERS. DEVELOPERS AT ODDS OVER NEUSE... 

HOTEL DEVELOPERS ASK TO USE STRIP OF LANO 

HENDERSON GROUP STAYS WITH KUGEL 



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N 


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N 


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9/16/86 


A 5 


N 


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9/23/96 


A 2 


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A 5 


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1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/96 



KENTUCKY DEVELOPER HIGH ON DOWNTOWN. TRIANGLE 

BROTHERS BUILO FIRH 

REZONING APPROVED FOR CBOASDAILE FARM 

RALEIGH AREA LAND BOOM SAID PEAKING 

BURLINGTON TO HOLD SUBDIVISION HEARING 

STIRRUP CREEK WINS REZONING BATTLE 

PERSPECTIVES ON TRIANGLE GROWTH 

DEVELOPERS SEE RISE IN HAYTI HOME SALES 

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

CITY OFFICIALS PROTECT QUALITY OF LIFE 

ifE°S D ^ PL f HOUSING DOMINATES HEARINGS: COUNC I L. .. DELAYS ACTION 

OLD BUILDINGS ONE KFY FOR DOWNTOWN REBIRTH 

DEVELOPERS FROM CHAPEL HILL REVAMP IVY ROOM BUILDING 

NEW HAYTI PROJECTS, HOUSES PROGRESSING 

DEVELOPERS REMAIN OUIET TO PLAY IT SAFE 

HAMNER LETTER OISTASTEFUL 

KENTUCKY GOT PARKING LAND AT COSTt NOT FREE 

A SHOPPING CENTER BOOM 

DEVELOPER SCALING OOWN RENEWAL PLANS FOR N.C. CITIES 

AMERICAN LANDSCAPE 'MALLEO' GEOGRAPHER 

DURHAM HOMEBUYERS" OILEMMA: LOW INTEREST, HIGH LAND PRICES 

111 MILLION MALL, OFFICE COMPLEX PLANNED 

COUNTY PANEL OKS PLAN FOR 202 HOUSES 

COUNTY BOARO END0RSF3 REZ0NIN3 PLANS FOR LUMLEY ROAD, ROUGEMONT 

DEVELOPMENT GETS MIXED REACTION 

DEVELOPER FILES NOTICE OF INTENT TO SUE CREEDMOOR OVER ITS DECISION. 

OEVELOPER GETS EXTENSION ON PROJECT IN HENOERSON 

DEVELOPER PURCHASES LAND IN NAGS HEAD 

WOODCROFT SETS QUICK PACE 

FBI IS LOOKING INTO DEALINGS OF DEVELOPER 

DEVELOPER PLANS HOTEL ANO OFFICES 

SMALL DEVELOPMENTS ALSO AFFECT DURHAM 

•RINKY-OINK' IS ONLY IN THE EYE OF BEHOLOER 

CITY TO STUDY WASTE DISPOSAL 

U.S. ATTURNEY FINOS NO FRAUO BY DFVELOPER 

NEW IDEAS EMERGE FOR OLD CIVIC CENTER 

GRANO JURY INOICTS DURHAM OEVELOPER 

HEARING DATE SET FOR HORNER 

OEVELOPER FACES FALSE PRETENSE CHARGES 

HORNER HEARING DELAYEO AGAIN 

MONEY WOES FORCE TOWERS' CHANGES 

0EVEL0?ER J WAIVE5 4 HEARING R RT " : PLANNING B0ARD BACK S "ZONING 

PERSON RESIDENTS OPPOSE 'tOWNHOME S 

ARRAIGNMENT WAIVED IN DEVELOPER'S CASE 

OON'T RAISE LAKE OAM TO BENEFIT DEVELOPERS 

LARGE OEVELOPER BUYS 75 ACRES FOR PROJECT NEAR RDU AIRPORT 

TRIAL SET FOR MONDAY 

KEY HOMES' REZONING PLEA DEFERRED AFTER CRITICISM 

DEVELOPER'S CASE CONTINUED ON WORTHLESS CHECK CHARGES 

RE ,i9r. ,N P.. WAN I E0 F0R HOTEL! DEVELOPER ALSO PLANS SHOPPING CENTER 

CHAPEL HILL BUILDER MUST STOP WORK 

OEVELOPER OF FRANKLIN HILLS GETS RED LIGHT FROM TOWN 

ho^neHrial^bfEin 1 * 6 W0N ' T affect ° ff,ce I0WER 

JURY PICKED FOR DEVELOPER'S TRIAL 

DEVELOPER TO PAY FINE 

CONTRACTOR DEFRAUDED HER, LAWYER TESTIFIES 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL OENIES BIO FOR VARIANCE 

PROSECUTION RESTS IN HORNER TRIAL 

HORNER SAYS CONTRACT WAS 'GREATEST MISTAKE' 

OEVELOPER SAYS LAWYERS FIRED HIM 

FINAL ARGUMENTS OUE IN OEVELOPER'S TRIAL 

JURY MAY PONDER HORNER CASE TODAY 

l ?F,!( E , L ? PE , R , A . C0UITTED 0F THREE CHARGES! JURY HANGS ON TWO 

JURY ACOUITS HORNER ON 3 CHARGES, DEAOLOCKS ON 2 

DOES RTP HAVE SEVEN-YEAR SUPPLY OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE SPACE' 

121-ACRE SUBDIVISION PLANNED BY ALLENTON "i*ie SPALt. 

THE BFNCH MARK: MORE COOPERATION, PLANNING URGED FOR DEVELOPERS 

JUDGE OKS DELAY IN DEVELOPER'S TRIAL 

FORCED CLOSING THREAT FACING STORES AT CENTER 

OEVELOPER SHOWS PLANS TO COUNTY 

= r-?F l S S 1J 2 F . r l ,!IT " :ISM GREET BLACK HORSE RUN SALES AT STARTING GATE 

?ERMIT H g|N!A R L U K,?Cf C°0a!?AL S %1vE^p2^NT UNML A " EN ' T '" COMPLETE 

DEVELOPER SAYS HE WILL PROCEED ON SEPTIC SYSTEM 

^HOME^ST- .siuE: 4 ^ERyV3V^ GMES IN TR1Af ^ E - 5™°Y SHOWS 

HOMEEUILOERS ASSOCIATION HONORS BUILOFRS 

OPPORTUNITIES BRING DEVELOPER TO DURHAM 

URBAN OEVELOPER MOVING TO OURHAM 

CITY COUNCIL HEARS HOUSING SUGGESTIONS 

HOME BUILDERS TARGET EAST DURHAM 

OUT-OF-TOWN DEVELOPERS SEEN MOVING TOO FAST 

1-40 COPRIOOR PROMOTIONAL GROUP FORMED 

S«JI R ^uiflS. £P N 9 S H °ULD PROVIOE SUBSIDIES FOR DEVELOPERS 

WATER, SEWER PONDS TO HELP OEVELOPERS 

RF1DSVILLE GROUP THREATENS ACTION AGAINST OEVELOPER 

r°,?, R ,r P f!J¥l5 S . ?I£J GN FR0M DALLAS OEVELOPER OF TRIANGLE OFFICE PARK 

CIVIC CENTER NEEOS AN 11TH-H0UR HEARING 

COUNCIL PLANS BOOKLET TO GUID= OEVELOPERS 

TOWNS MAY REGULATE 1-40 BUILDING 

LANDOWNERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST 2-ACRE LOT SIZE 

WITTENBFRG SEEKS TENANTS FOR LAKEWOOD CENTER 

DEVELOPER GRANTED THREE VARIANCES OVER OBJECTIONS 

WELLONS WANTS NEW U.S. 70 COMPLEX 

COUNTY PANEL OKS REZONING NEAR NHS 

COUNCIL CHANGES METHOD OF PICKING PROJECT DEVELOPER 

TAX PROPOSED ON DEVELOPERS OF BUFFER LAND 

COUNCIL DEFERS ACTION ON BUIL3ING FEE 

CREEOMOOR BOARO RESCINOS VARIANCE 

BUILDING INSPECTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 

X EH - HOMES FOUND DEFECTIVE: CONSULTANT SAYS TROUBLE WIDESPREAD 
DREAM HOUSE TURNS INTO NIGHTMARE 

£1™ COUNCIL WILL SEEK PANEL TO CHECK BUILDING INSPECTORS 
COUNCIL ASKS STUDY OF INSPECTIONS UNIT 
BUILDERS: INSPECIORS DOING TH^IR JOB WELL 
HOUSING PANEL SELECTION QUERIED 
STUDY OF DURHAM'S INSPECTIONS IS NEEDED 
PERSON OKS BUDGET WITH TAX INCREASE 

f2?5 u .!-! an I URGES BUILDERS BE OMITTED FROM STUDY PANEL 
CONSULTANT'S HQMES TOUR PROVES TO BE EYE OPENER 
PARHAM DEFENOS INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 
INSPECTIONS PANELISTS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENT 
SECOND LAWSUIT FRED AGAINST KEY HOMES 
T H ,f„£Ht„Pf. T 1 i HOMES OF DURHAM ICARTOONI 
Kf PE :rJ!™f : J W 2 OPINIONS/DON'T BLAME ALL THE CONTRACTORS 

sT K! c rE E D- T o N § I S? a 5lg? s ? L ??5? JSm1 kt,0NS *" aM0TE MV BU5INE5S1 

C^Y {8Ip P I^8S S «. I a| P pS D g?0 PA,,ei ™™"«L» SET 

CITY INSPECTORS NEED MOPE OVERSIGHT 

NEWSPAPER COMMENDED 

POLICE PROBE INSPECTIONS CHARGE 



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12/31/86 



INSPECTIONS PANEL HEADED BY WIGHT, SPAULDING 

CITY'S INSPECTIONS OIVISION HIGHLY REGARDED 

HOHE BUILDER DID FINE 

COMPLAINTS UNANSWERED 

PANEL CO-HEADS, CITY MANAGER MEET 

COUNCIL ADDS FOUR MORE TO INSPECTION COMMITTEE 

CITY INSPECTORS AMONG BEST IN NATION 

SETTING RECORD STRAIGHT 

INSPECTORS ARE COMPETENT 

PANEL SHOULDN'T DELAY REVIEW ON INSPECTIONS 

INSPECTIONS-REVIEW PANEL GROWS BY 4 

"YOU'RE THE JPKER WHO OKAYED THIS JOINT'!" (CARTOONI 

INSPECTIONS WAR HAS GONE ON LING ENOUGH 

INSPECTIONS PANEL IS OUTSTANDING GROUP 

A PERSONAL WAR 

FIRE OFFICIAL URGES BUILDING 9E R«ZEO 

ALLEGATIONS UNJUST, SAY KEY HOMES EXECUTIVES 

GROUP WANTS TO JOIN ATTACK ON INSPECTIONS 

3 MEMBERS AODEO TO PANEL TO REVIEW CITY INSPECTIONS 

REVIEW PANEL ADDS 3, SETS INITIAL GATHERING 

BUILDING COOE VIOLATIONS CALLCO NATURE OF INDUSTRY 

INSPECTION PAYS OFF 

EXPERT: HOMES IN DURHAM GETTING SAFER 

INSPECTIONS PANEL TO MEET TUESDAY TO HEAR CONCERNS 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL NEEDS PUBL IC INPUT 

CRITICS, SUPPORTERS SPEAK ON INSPECTIONS 

PHOTOS 'SHOCK' INSPECTIONS PANEL CO-HEAD 

INSPECTIONS CHIEF OEFENOS OEP«KTMENT 

PARHAM SAYS TIME, MONEY ARE C'JLPRITS 

•WE'RE BUILDING A SLUM CITY,' PANEL IS TOLD 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HEARS MORE COMPLAINTS 

OURHAM INSPECTORS AMONG BEST IN N.C. 

INSPECTIONS ARE A PUBLIC ISSUE 

INSPECTIONS PANEL HAS WELCOMEO COMMENT 

KEY HOMES ALL RIGHT 

INSPECTIONS PANEL GETS TECHNICAL ADVISER 

ENGINEER TO ADVISE INSPECTION' COMMITTEE 

LICENSE ALL CONTRACTORS 

INSPECTIONS PANEL WILL MEET TONIGHT 

HOUSING INSPECTIONS PANEL LOOKS FOR IDEAS 

INSPECTIONS PANEL MEMBERS TO TOUR HOMES IN OURHAM 

INSPECTIONS PANEL SPLITS TO VISIT SITES 

HIRING MORE INSPECTORS TO BE DEBATED 

CITY'S SPECIAL COMMITTEE AGREES MORE INSPECTIONS STAFFERS NEEDED 

INSPECTIONS PANEL DECLINES STAND ON HIRING REQUEST 

INSPECTIONS STAFF ADOITIONS BACKED 

MORE MONEY ASKED FOR ARTS CENTER JOB 

CITY SEEKS HIGHER AUTO LICENSE TAX 

DURHAM MAN SAYS CITY HARASSING HIM 

INSPECTIONS PANEL MAY MEET PRIVATELY 



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BUILDING MATERIALS 

THE BENCH MARK: 



AVERAGE NEW HOME IN DURHAM 183.500. STATE FIGURES SHOW H 2 6/15/86 F I 



BUILOING PERMITS. DURHAM 

DURHAM BUILDING PACE REMAINS H 
CITY BUILOING PERMITS ISSUEO 8 
DURHAM BUILDING ACTIVITY RISES 
HOUSING BOOM BRINGS RECORD YEA 
CITY BUILDING PERMITS UP 25 PE 
BUILDING ACTIVITY JUMPS 33* 
CITY BUILDING ACTIVITY SLOWS 
COUNTY ISSUES BUILOING PERMITS 
BUILOING BOOM MUSHROOMING IN 
OURHAM INSPECTIONS LISTS BUILD 
DURHAM CONSTRUCTION FIGURES 38 
DURHAM CONSTRUCTION AMONG N.C. 
THE BENCH MARK: AVERAGE NEW HO 
BUILDERS: INSPECTORS DOING THE 
PARHAM DEFENDS INSPECTION OEPA 
CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY RISES IN 
CITY INSPECTIONS DEPARTMENT LI 
...AND IN TRIANGLE, TREND IS T 
BUILOING PERMITS ARE ISSUEO 
DURHAM BUILDING GROWTH RANKS N 
COUNTY BUILOING GAIN IS MODEST 
FURIOUS PACE OF BUILDING CONTI 
GROWTH THREATENS WATER 
BOOM IN CONSTRUCTION IN DURHAM 
BUILOING ACTIVITY NEARLY DOUBL 
DURHAM BUILDING ACTIVITY NEARL 
THE BENCH MARK: BUILOING PERMI 
BUILDING PERMITS ISSUEO 
DURHAM CONSTRUCTION TOPS 123 M 
JULY BUILOING PERMITS KEEP P AC 
DURHAM BUILDING HOLDS ONTO 3RD 
BUILDING PACE SLIPS TO HALF ST 
AVERAGE HOME IN DURHAM COSTS T 
11.6 HOUSING UNITS A DAY WERE 
DURHAM BUILOING DECLINES 
HOME BUILDING WELL BELOW LAST 
DURHAM CONSTRUCTION VALUE RANK 
OCTOBER CONSTRUCTION IN CITY 2 
CONSTRUCTION FORECAST FOR STAT 



IGH 

Y INSPECTIONS DIVISION 

U* 
R IN DURHAM 
RCENT TO J222 MILLION 



URHAM COUNTY 

ING PERMITS 

BEST IN STATE 

LEAOERS 
MF IN DURHAM 583.500, STATE FIGURES SHOW 
IR JOB WELL 
RTMENT 

DURHAM 
STS BUILDING PERMITS 
HE SAME FOR FAMILY HOMES 

ATIONALLY 

NUES IN DURHAM 

CONTINUES BUT AT REOUCEO RATE 
ES 

Y DOUBLES 
T VALUE IN N.C. UP 3* IN JULY 

ILLION IN JULY 
E WITH 1985 

PLACE IN N.C. 
EP 

HE BUILDER 162,600 
BUILT IN OURHAM DURING FIRST NINE MONTHS 

YEAR'S PACE 

S 2N0 IN N.C. 

NO IN STATE, BUT DOWN SINCE 1185 

E ROSY 

BUILDING PERMITS, N.C. 

DURHAM BUILDING PACE REMAINS HIGH 

DURHAM BUILDING ACTIVITY RISES 11* 

4 RTP COMPANIES RATED AMONG BEST IN U.S. TO WORK FOR 

HOUSING BOOM BRINGS RECORD YEAR IN OURHAM 

CITY °UILOING PERMITS UP 25 PERCENT TO MZ2 MILLION 

BUILDING PERMITS UP IN VALUE 

BUILOING ACTIVITY JUMPS 33* 

OURHAM CONSTRUCTION FIGURES 33 BEST IN STATE 

THE BFNCH MARK: AVERAGE NEW HOME IN DURHAM 183,500, STATE FIGURES SHOW 

IT TAKES PLENTY OF YEN TO BUILD IN DOWNTOWN TOKYO 

FURIOUS PACE OF BUILDING CONTINUES IN OURHAM 

N.C. CONSTRUCTION UP 44* IN J'INE 

BUILOING ACTIVITY OFF IN BIG CITIES 

MASSIVE MOVEOUT BLAMED FOR WEAK RENTAL MARKET 

BUILOING PERMITS. ORANGE COUNTY 

BUILDING PACE SLIPS TO HALF STEP 

BUILDING PERMITS, U.S. 

GUARDIAN PLANS M I N I -WARE HOUSE ON CLUB BOULEVARD 

BULBS 

SEE ALSO TULIPS 

BULBS OFFER AUTUMNAL COLOR 

BUL IMIA 

UNC TO CONDUCT EATING 01 SORDER S STUOY 

UNC RESEARCHERS NEEO WOMEN F 0* DIEI PROJECT 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME WITHORAWS NEW DRUG 



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s 


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10/27/86 


A 


1 


N 


W82 


H 


2 


10/28/86 


A 


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L41 


H 


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11/02/86 


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11/09/86 


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W62 


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12/21/86 


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1 


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A 


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2 


3 /05/S6 


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L41 


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2 


3/21/86 


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W8' 


H 


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3/22/86 


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1 


N 




H 


3 


4/03/86 


3 


1 


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W27 


S 


2 


4/04/86 


A 


1 


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S76 


s 


7 


6/06/86 


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I 


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T85 


H 


2 


6/15/86 


F 


1 


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H 


2 


6/21/66 


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H 


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7/19/86 


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1 


N 




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2 


7/27/86 


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8/31/86 


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1 Z26/86 
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1/01/06 - 12/31/86 1/09/87 

S I T 

N E E I v 

P OATE C PG L P BYL 

BURROUGHS HILL NOT PUT DRUG ON MARKET S J 3/13/86 A ! N WB2 

BULIMIA rR8n5 A H.?bi¥B ED " 3 11/02/86 C 1 P N 910 

BULIMIA GROUP PRIVATE H 2 11/10/86 A 4 L 

BULL CITY 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C. 

BULLISH ON DURHAM H 2 3/15/86 A 4 6 

BULL CITY GOLF TOURNAMENT 

PAIR OF TOURNAMENTS GFF HILLANDALE SCHEDULE H 2 3/16/86 B 12 N C49 

BULL CITY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 

SFE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPOTS, BASKETBALL (MENI 

EAGLES OPEN BULL CITY PLAY H 2 12/05/86 C 1 N 067 

lAGLls SUArMntTtITlI GAMe" U "^ 3 1 R°*'" = * P " °^ 

EAGLES FINALLY BULLISH ON TITLE H I 12/07/86 3 ' N B67 

EAGLES FINALLY BEAT BULL CITY JINX " 7 ll/09/R6 D 6 P U P5? 

BULL CITY OPEN GOLF TOURNEY 

SEE BULL CITY GOLF TOURNAMENT 

BULL CITY SERTOMA CLUB 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SERTOMA CLUB 

CLUB GIVES 17.500 TO PEDIATRICS AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

GREETING OFFICERS s ? 9/12/86 C 

BULL CITY STREET RODDERS 

BULL CITY RODS -RUN' AGAIN SUNDAY H 2 6/27/86 D 7 P F W66 

BULL CURHAM BIKE FEST 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE RACES 

BIKE FEST BACK FOR MEMORIAL DAY 

BULL DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO 

SEE BULL DURHAM TOBACCO CO. 

BULL DURHAM TOBACCO CO./ 
SFE ALSO TOBACCO 

AS IT LOOKED s 2 a/ift/Kb 

BULLETIN BOARDS 

LAND PURCHASE ON AGENDA IN CHAPEL HILL H 2 12/07/86 C 8 N 

BULLETS 

...WHICH OF THESE TWO ITEMS HAS BEEN TAKEN OFF THE MARKET... (CART00N1 H 2 2/23/86 D 5 T T 

BULLS 

BULLSHOT H 2 u/17/36 B 1 4 P P 

BUMPASS MOTORS (ROXBORO, N.C.I 

BUMPASS MOTORS: BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN'S CLASSIC («0I H 2 5/13/86 16 P A 

BUMPER STICKERS 

m"rSiJ : 5!«£*!.!T?ii s * GE SL ' P INI THS FACE T0 50ME H * 8/03/R6 c 7 n 

NO LAUGHING MATTER H 2 8/07/86 A 4 E 
BUNCOMBE COUNTY, N.C. 

SLAIN COUPLE IN BUNCO"BE IDENTIFIED H 2 5/23/86 A 14 M 

LINK PROBED IN OVERLOOK SLAYIMGS S 2 5/29>8fi A IS N 

SCHOOL OFFICIALS WARN AGAINST CONSERVATIVES H 2 7/14/86 A 10 N 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY OK S LAW TO MONITOR HAZARDOUS WASTES H 1 8/07/86 02 N 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY SCHOOLS 

TOBACCO BAN AT SCHOOLS IS UPHELD H 2 5/22/86 R 8 N 

BUNCOMBF TEACHERS RAP CAREER PLAN <■ f U/26/86 A I N 

BUNCOMBE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. 

EVIDENCE ELUSIVE IN MURDERS H 1 a/0S/RS r 7 N 

CIVIL SERVICE FOR DEPUTIES GETS LUKEWARM RECEPTION S 2 12/09/86 C 6 N 

BUNKEY'S CAR WASH 

BUNKEY MORGAN IS HONORED BY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE H 2 5/18/86 C 14 P N 

BUNN, N.C. 

BUNN HAS ABOUT FIVE DAYS OF WATER SUPPLY REMAINING H 1 7/17/86 B 1 N 

BUNN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C. 

FRANKLIN GRAND JURY INDICTS FORMER SCHOOL PRINCIPAL H 1 I/1S/P6 B 1 N 

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE CASE OEFERREO * H 1 1/6/86 B 1 N 

fSSmIs wscBra^ ihx&niii on pono l \ 4 ! a 

?iiNcipirsuEg s ^ ^m?ll 4 ^ st forhsr priwipjl \\ gljSij l I 

BUNN HIGH SCHOOL 

BUNN SCHOOL GETS BOMB THREAT CALL H 1 2/21/86 C 1 N 

BUNN POLICE DEPT. 

SOME TOWNS LOSE TRAINED OFFICERS BECAUSE OF PAY H I 10/03/86 B 1 N 

BUPROPPION-HYOROCHLORIDE 

SEE ALSO DEPRESSION 1FM0TI0NAL STATFI 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

NEW DRUG APPROVEO 

RUPCH AVE. 

CITY, CHURCH AGREE ON BASKETBALL COU^T 
CITY COUNCIL HEARS HOUSING SUGGESTIONS 

BUREAUCRACY, N.C. 

SES REC IrK!rS FF J£ I i 1 - G,VES S" 4 CEY ANALYSIS OF DEPARTMENT 
SUPER-AGENCY ISN'T ANSWER FOR PROBLEMS 

BUREAUCRACY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 

SEE ALSO PEGULATOPY AGENCIES 

NO RESPECT FOR BUREAUCRACY H , s/18/n/. n c 

BUREAUCRATIC CHILD ABUSE „ % 7/71/8? S t I 

FEDS HANDLE CHANGES IN STUDENT AIO POORLY ? 1 a/15/86 A 4 I 

EDITING THE BUREAUCRATS g | ^[VAb J $ f 

BURGER KING (ELLIOT ROAD, CHAPEL HILL1 

FORMER EMPLOYEE OF BURGER KING CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLING 117,675 H 3 8/30/86 C 1 N 

BURGER KING (HILLSBOROUGH ROADI 

TEEN-AGER ARRESTED ON ROBBERY CHARGE H ? 4/77/flfc r in M 

?, R ,???* JUR ? 'NOICTS 6 ON OBSCENITY COUNTS 5 \ 5/20/86 C I N T35 

GUILTY PLEA SPEEOS UP LONG WAIT FOR JUSTICE H 2 11/13/8* 6 8 N III 

BURGER KING (U.S.I 

S^Sf?.!.?? UPTOWN: ELEGANCE EMTERS FAST FOOO INDUSTRY H 2 8/03/86 E 1 P F C BO 

RESTAURANT PROPOSAL DRAWS LABORED DEBATE S 2 12/16/86 C 1 N H70 

BURGLAR ALARMS 



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10/20/86 


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SEE ALARM SYSTEMS 



BURGLARY 

SEE ROBBERY, 
SEE ROBBERY, 
SEE ROBBERY, 
SEE ROBBERY, 



DURHAM 

INTERNATIONAL 

N.C. 

U.S. 



BURGLARY RING 
SEE ALSO F 
SEE ALSO R 
11 OF 'F 
OFFICIAL 
STORE OP 
POLICE T 
U5.000 
CITY OFF 
FBI SEIZ 
MAN WANT 
POLICE A 
TWO MORE 
3-STATE 
SUSPECT' 
22 CONVI 



ENCING (CP.IMESI 

OBBFRY, DURHAM 

EW CREW FACE 31 CHARGES 

S SAY THEFT RING SOLD CARS IN FOUR STATES 

ERATOR GOES ON TRIAL IN THEFTS CASE 

ASK FORCE OUT TO GET OURHAM 'FENCES* 

IN STOLEN GOODS RECOVERED; 3 CHARGED 

ICIAL MIFFED AT AUTO THEFT CHARGE 

ES DOCUMENTS, CARS FROM SILER CITY AUTO DEALER 

EO ON 16 CHARGES ARRESTED AT HOUSING PROJECT 

RREST O'NEAL 

ARRESTED IN CAR BREA<-INS 
VEHICLE THEFT RING BROKEN UP BY AUTHORITIES 
S FATHER CHARGED WITH PLOTTING TO KILL WITNESS 
CTIONS ARE OVERTURNED IN BREAK-INS CASE 



BURIALS 

SEE FUNERALS 

BUPKE COUNTY, N.C. 

BURKE CO. OFFERS HAVEN FOR HMONG 

BURKE LAWMEN CONTINUE PULLING UP MARIJUANA 

MARIJUANA RAID IN BURKE COUNTY REAPS 3,636 PLANTS 

SEARCH FOR AFRICAN FOREBEARS BRINGS MAN TO NORTH CAROLINA 

INMATE FORESTRY CAMP ANGERS BURKE COMMUNITY 

BURKE COUNTY JAIL 

TRUSTIES TAKE OFF — WITH GARBAGE 

BURKE COUNTY SCHOULS 

SCHOOLS SUSPEND SEX EDUCATION CLASSES 

BURLINGTON, N.C. 

SEE ALSO L I0UOR-BY-THE ORINK, BJRLINGTON 
SEE ALSO SPRING FLING 

BURLINGTON GROUP BACKS DEVELOPER 

THESE FEMALES HAVE NO TROUBLE WORKING TOGETHER 

OPEN BURLINGTON POST DRAWS 90 APPLICANTS 

CHEMICAL REACTION FORCES EVAOATION IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON MAN TOLD TO MOVE HIS BIRDS 

BOTTLED WATER SALES BUBBLING ALONG 

BURLINGTON, GRAHAM, HEBANE AS< FOR VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION 

TWO DOCTORS OPEN OFFICES IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON'S FINE REDUCEO BY STATE 

GET OUT OF U.N. 

LAB DESTROYS A IDS-CONTAMINATED BLOOD FOUND IN TESTS 

BURLINGTON IS GETTING REAOY FOR CHRISTMAS 

CONCERT SCHEDULFD TO BENEFIT FARMERS 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ANNEXATION 

OBJECTIONS CHANGE BURLINGTON'S PLANS 

BURLINGTON OKS GLEN RAVEN MILLS ANNEXATION BIO 

ALAMANCE GROUP OPPOSES EXTRATERRITORIAL ZONING 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL OKS CONSERVATION ORDINANCE IN CASE OF WATER SHORTAGE 

ALAMANCE RESCINDS ZONING JURISDICTION 

BURLINGTON. N.C. BONDS 
SEE ALSO N.C, BONDS 

BURLINGTON WILL VOTE ON BONOS TO FINISH LAKF 

BURLINGTON "OVES FORWARO ON BONOS 

THERE'S STILL TIME TO REGISTER FOR ELECTIONS, REFERENOUMS 

SOME ALAMANCE VOTERS FACE BONO ISSUE CHOICE 

ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH TERM 

BURLINGTON, N.C. BUOGET 

BURLINGTON TO SEEK LESSENING OF PENALTIES IMPOSED BY STATE 

BURLINGTON, N.C. BUSINESSES 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL BACKS REOPFUING OF MAIN STREET 



BURLINGTON. N.C, CHRISTMAS OECORAT 
BURLINGTON IS GETTING REAOY FO 

BURLINGTON, »'.C. CHRISTMAS PARADE 
BURLINGTON CHRISTMAS PARADE NO 
BURLINGTON IS GFTTING READY FD 

BURLINGTON, N.C. CITY MANAGER 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE 



IONS 

R CHRISTMAS 



22 

R CHRISTMAS 



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2/19/96 C I 


N "51 


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3/J6/86 b 1 


N M51 


H 2 


3/16/B6 C 6 


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H 2 


4/16/96 B 3 


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H ? 


5/01/86 E 1 


N 


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5/01/P6 C 12 


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H 3 


7/00/86 B 1 


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H ? 


7/31/B6 c in 


N 


H 2 


8/10/86 C 5 


N 


H 2 


11/19/86 B 1 


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S 2 1/01/86 C 2 

H 2 5/24/86 A 10 

H 2 6/14/86 A 14 

S 2 6/16/B6 A 8 

H 2 11/07/96 A 15 



H 2 U/23/96 C 10 



S 2 1/04/86 A 15 



H ? 


1/17/86 


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H 2 


1/24/86 


H 


2 P N 


J4'l 


H I 


2/1 1/P6 


h 


1 N 


H6I> 


H 1 


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H 1 


6/l4/»6 


(, 


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7/18/86 


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3 N 




H 1 


7/23/B6 


( 


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H / 


7/26/96 


( 


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9/1 3/86 


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H 1 


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H 2 


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H I 


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H 


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H 1 8/23/86 C 1 

H 1 9/03/86 B 1 

H I 10/03/86 B 1 

H 1 10/30/86 8 I 

H 2 11/06/96 A 19 



N H60 

N 
N 



H 1 6/18/96 C 1 N K68 

H I 12/18/86 B 1 N 

H I 11/19/86 C I N H6" 



H 1 9/30/86 C 1 N 

H 1 11/18/86 C I N H6" 



BURLINGTON. N.C, DOWNTOWN REOEVELT 
OEVELOPER GETS EXTENSION ON PR 
FBI IS LOOKING INTO DEALINGS 1 
KUGEL SAYS HE INTENDS TO FULFI 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL REACHES A CC 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL BACKS REOPE 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ELFCT IONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD 3 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 
ALAMANCE SHERIFF WINS SEVENTH 

BURLINGTON, N.C. FINANCE OFFICER 
BURLINGTON FINANCE OFFICER AT 

BURLINGTON. N.C. HAZAR00US WASTES 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 
SFE ALSO NUCLEAR WASTES DISPOSAL 
ALAMANCE TO SKIP REGIONAL SOLI 



PMENT 

OJECT IN HtNQFRSON 

" DEVELOPER 

LL CONTRACTS 

ORO WITH HISTORIC PANEL 

MING OF MAIN SIREFT 



ELECTIONS 
F ELECTIUNS 
, ELECTIONS 
TERM 



WORK 

01 SPOSAL 



ANO STORAGE 
D WASTE TASK FORCE 



Burlington, n.c, historic district 

burlington council reaches accord with historic panel 

burlington, n.c. insurance 

burlington looking for liabili 

burlington. n.c. local option elec 
see burlington, n.c, elections 
see l iquor -by-ihe up ink. burling 

burlington. n.c. mayor's office 

burlington mayor hopes council 

burlington. n.c. ordinances 

neighbors say biros too noisy 

burlington. n.c. 'hopping centers 



ty insurance 
tion 

TON 

SEAT can be filled in LESS THAN 



H 1 4/19/96 E 

H 1 4/23/B6 C 

H 1 4/24/96 B 

H 2 9/20/86 C 

H 1 12/19/86 B 



H 2 11/06/86 A 19 N 

HI 9/19/86 B 1 N 

H 1 11/18/86 C 3 N K69 

H 2 3/20/86 C 3 N K68 

H 1 9/30/86 L I N 

TWO WEEKS H 1 1/09/86 B 1 P N H60 

H 1 7/17/36 B 1 N 



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SEE ALSO SHOPPING CENTERS 

3URLINGTUN ZONING CASE SENT BACK TO COURT 

BURLINGTON, N.C. TAX RATE 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., TAX RATE 

SOUEEZE PLAY: LOSS OF RE VENUE- SHAR I NG MONEY FORCES BUDGET JUGGLING 

BURLINGTON, N.C., HASTE TRFATMENT PLANTS 
SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS, N.C. 

BURLINGTON TO SEEK LESSENING OF PENALTIES IMPOSED BY STATE 
BURLINGTON TO APPEAL STATE FINE --uacu c, )l«lt 

BURLINGTON, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 

BURLINGTON TO SFLL WATER TO OR ANGF 

BURLINGTON, ORANGE OK WATER OFAL 

Pnf\ I .S E , ER ,,-f A . Y . S .. P .y M ? I 5! < ' WATER F"UM BURLINGTON WOULD SHUT PLANT 

COUNTY AGAIN SEEKING WATER FROM BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON WILL VOTE ON BONOS TO FINISH LAKF 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL OKS CONSERVATION ORDINANCE 



S I T 
N F ELY 

P H DATE C PG I P BYL 

H 1 4/16/86 C 1 N L40 
H 2 7/13/86 A 1 C N S80 



H 3 

S 1 

H 3 

H 3 

H 1 



IN CASE OF WATER SHORTAGE H 1 



6/18/86 
B/10/R6 



3/10/86 
3/19/P6 
6/10/B6 
8/06/B6 
8/23/86 
11/19/86 



BURLINGTON, N.C, WATER TREATMENT PLANT 

BURLINGTON WILL VOTE ON BONDS TO FINISH LAKE 
BURLINGTON'S FINE REDUCED BY STATE 

BURLINGTON. N.C, ZONING 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON PLANNING ANO ZONING BOARO 
BURLINGTON TO HOLO SUBDIVISION HEARING 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL REFUSES HEARING ON CHURCH ST. LOT 
BANK PLANS NEW BUILOING IN DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON 
BURLINGTON ZONING CASE SENT BACK TO COURT 
OBJECTIONS CHANGE BURLINGTON'S PLANS 
ALAMANCE GROUP OPPOSES E XTRA T5 RR I TOR I AL ZONING 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL OKS JURISDICTION 
HEARING TONIGHT ON ALAMANCE ZONING CONTROVERSY 
ALAMANCE RESCINDS ZONING JURISDICTION 

BURLINGTON ANTIQUES FAIR 
SEE ALSO ANTIQUE SHOWS 

ANNUAL BURLINGTON ANTIQUES FAIR TO RUN FRIOAY THROUGH SUNDAY 

BURLINGTON CHEMICAL CO. 

CHEMICAL SPILL IN ALAMANCE IS CLEANED UP 

BURLINGTON CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SFE BURLINGTON, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

LASHLEY CONVICTED OF DISTRIBUTING UNSIGNED FLIERS 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL TO VOTE TODAY ON FILLING VACANCY 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL FAILS TO FILL VACANCY 

£■',!?. £ Q y NC "- V «ANCY FILLED IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON TO HOLD SUBDIVISION HEARING 

OPEN BURLINGTON POST DRAWS 90 APPLICANTS 

?y? L i^SIPy C °UNCIL REFUSES HEARING ON CHURCH ST. LOT 

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

SEMEME! COUNC IL NARROWS LIST OF MANAGER SiWicSnTS ° "* 

BURLINGTON TO SELL WATER TO ORANGE 

»iSFiu!=tSS ^EW.BUILOING IN DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, ORANGE OK WATER DF AL 

BU"H. N SI 0N ' S COUNCIL SELECTS CITY MANAGER 

BURLINGTON ZONING CASE SENT BACK TO COURT 

N^IGHBOrTsa? IirVtoWIy" PE ^ LTIES """"ED " STATE 

B B U UR L Li N NGT°0 N N To'Ipfciffi'sT.?!"* Ine" ' " ™ ^ *" 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL REACHES ACCORD WITH HISTORIC PANFL 

^r!??! * 1 WIU V0TE 0tt BONOS TO F IN SH LAKF 

BURLINGTON MOVES FORWARD ON B n NDS 

BURLINGTON OKS GLEN RAVEN HILLS ANNEXATION bid 

GALLERY PLAYERS TO BE GIVEN THEATER 

ALAMANCE GROUP OPPOSES EXTRATERRITORIAL ZONING 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL OKS JURISDICTION 

ALAMANCE TO SKIP REGIONAL SOLID WASTE TASK FORCE 

^R L iN N G GT ?SN,G°^ C ON ?1!a S MaSc N E SE ^^NG 0N C0 S?R0^r1y ,N "" ° F "*"" SH °* T4GE 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL BACKS REOPENING OF MAIN STREET 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

SFE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNIY POARO IF ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON. N.C, ELECTIONS 

= U .E!-!K G l 0N MAV 0R HOPES COUNCIL SEAT CAN BE FILLED IN LESS THAN Tun WFFKS 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL TO VOTE TODAY ON FILLING VACANCY WEEKS 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, MEMBER RERLAC C MFNT 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL FAILS TO FILL VACANCY 
CITY COUNCIL VACANCY FILLED IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, RESIGNATIONS 

BURLINGTON MAYOR HOPES COUNCIL SEAT CAN BE FILLED IN LESS THAN TWO WEEKS 

BURLINGTON CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE 

OPEN BURLINGTON POST DRAWS 90 APPLICANTS 

,% g hN-cffiyL 0, ^R 3 nwl7l<T F OF'5UjG^ PP i^L T ?c!NTl UrtLIN&TON CI ^ M4N - 
BURLINGTON'S COUNCIL SELECTS CITY MANAGER 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOL BOARD 

BURLINGTON 5TUDFNTS TOPS ON WAITING T"=ST 

NEW PRINCIPAL APPOINTED AT WILLIAMS HIGH SCHOOL 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS 

BURLINGTON SCHOOL STUDENT CHARGED WITH HITTING TEACHER, 
IL U ? T ,yl? DER M4V 0N SCHOOLS MERGER IN FRANKL N t " L " tF ' 

Tp^f 4 ,^ nc T ,? l ;!4!!H?!!, 5t " 0C!l - N4ME0 state's teacher of year 
r K i?«°°* "^iR^SU^SU^";^.^^ 

^PRINCiP^APpVNTEO aTS IL I? AM^H i C-S UhoSl"* TSRNIS " E0 "° EE SSION 
PARENTS WIN RULING ON SCHOOL TRANSFERS 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS, COMPETENCY TESTS 

BURLINGTON STUDENTS TOPS ON WRITING TEST 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOLS, PRINCIPALS 

NEW PRINCIPAL APPOINTED AT WILLIAMS HIGH SCHOOL 

BURLINGTON INDIANS 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL. N.C. 

oHry?',^ NQ i 4NS LGm FORWARD TO TURLINGTON 

= BA ,c E L SE4RCH1NG "'MORS AND MAJORS FOR PITCHING HELP 

FANFARE: BURLINGTON INDIANS OPEN SEASON '-"'""■> " C, - K 

BURLINGTON LOSES FIRST "" 

BURLINGTON INDIANS WIN FIRST 

BURLINGTON Ifj S ' I TS°Oul, "f?n AL L I" ' " " ""^ "" PER ? E « R ANCE . . . 



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9/13/86 C 



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2/19/86 B 
3/19/86 C 
4/16/86 C 
7/16/86 C 
11/04/86 C 
11/05/86 C 
11/25/86 C 



H 1 11/26/86 



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N K68 
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N K68 

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S U B J E 



BLUEFIELD ORIOLES SPOIL INDIANS* HOME OPENER 

INDIANS CLUB CUBS, 10-6 

OIAMONO CHIPS 

INDIAN'S SKIPPE TRADED FARMING FOR FARM TEAM 

BURLINGTON WINS AGAIN 

JOHNSON HAS SLAM 

INDIANS TOP M6TS 

B-INDIANS NIP KINGSPORT 

BURLINGTON LOSES 3-1, FALLS INTO SECOND PLACE 

BURLINGTON TAKES 10-INNING 2-1 WIN 

INDIANS CLUB CUSS 

JOHNSON CITY TOPS TRIBE 

INDIANS FALL, 7-2 

BURLINGTON FACES LAST APPY SEASON 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES 

BURLINGTON DECLINES COMMENT ON RUMORS 

BURLIVGTON IS SELLING DIVISION 

WORKERS MIXED OVER DIVISION SALE 

SEMICONDUCTOR PLANT'S BOSS IS RIGHT AT HOME 

STEVENS COMPLFTFS PURCHASE OF TEXTILE PLANT IN DURHAM 

STEVENS PLANS TO REORGANIZE DIVISION 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES CREATES $500,000 STUOENT LOAN FUND 

J. P. STEVENS TO CLOSE DURHAM PLANT 

J. P. STEVENS DURHAM PLANT-CLOSING WILL PUT 650 PEOPLE OUT OF WORK 

BRAVES SEARCHING MINORS AND MAJORS FOR PITCHING HELP 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH CAROLINA 

BUSINESS HIGHL IGhTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

N.C. BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINFSS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH C A5 UL I NA 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES SETS ENERGY WORKSHOP 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

HAY ARRIVES IN NICK OF TIME FOR DAIRY FARM 

GTE CORP.'S TAX RATE LESS THAN U IN 1985. SAYS CITIZENS FOR TAX JUSTICE H 

STEVENS PLANT CLOSING SOONER THAN PROJECTED 

COTTON PLAN HAS TEXTILE COMPANIES OPTIMISTIC 

GREENBEPG TO BECOME BURLINGTON CHAIRMAN 

NEW BURLINGTON PRESIDENT PLANS NO MAJOR CHANGE 

FOUNDATION BUYS FRANKLINTON PLANT 

FOUNDATION BUYS PLANT FOR TEXTILES SCHOOL 

N.C. TEXTILES IMPROVE, BUT OFFICIALS STILL FEAR IMPORTS 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, EMPLOYEES 

WORKERS MIXFD OVER DIVISION SALE 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, SALES ANO EARNINGS 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES, NET EARNINGS INCREASE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES' PROFITS REGISTER GAIN 

BURLINGTON MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 

BURLINGTON GROUP BACKS OEVELO°ER 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL BACKS REOPENING OF MAIN STREET 

BURLINGTON PLANNING ANO ZONING BOARD 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, ZONING 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL RtACHES ACCORD WITH HISTORIC PANEL 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL OKS JURISDICTION 

BURLINGTON POLICE OEPT. 

BURLINGTON POLICE STATION MAY BE READY ON MARCH I 

BURLINGTON POLICE READY FOR MOVE TO HEADQUARTERS 

BURLINGTON TO DEOICATE POLICE BUILDING APRIL 11 

BURLINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT TO SHOW OFF NEW HEADQUARTERS 

NEW POLICE BUILDING IN BURLINGTON PRA1SFD 

OOPS, HE PICKED WRONG WINDOW 

60 PEOPLE CHARGED IN DRUG INVESTIGATION 

EX-OFFICER SHOT TO OEATH WHILE HELPING WITH HAY 

BURLINGTON POLICE SEEK 2 SUSPECTS IN SLAYING 

2 H C LD IN SLAYING OF BURLINGTON MAN 

LAWYERS APPOINTEO FOR SLAYING SUSPECTS 

TWO MEN PLEAD INNOCENT TO SLAYING IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON LOOKING FOR LIAblLITY INSURANCE 

OLO faURLINGTON POLICE BUILDING IS NOW A SHELTER FOR HOMELESS 

BURLINGTON POST OFFICE 

REGIONAL MAIL CENTER FEELS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRUNCH 

BUPLINGTnN TOWN COUNCIL 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON WOMEN'S CLUB 

LIFELINE GETS 11,000 DONATION FROM CLUB 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

ALAMANCE CHAMBER TO HANDLE INDUSTRY RECRUITING 
ALAMANCE SURVEY SUPPORTS A VOTE ON MIXED DRINKS 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL BACKS REOP c NlNG OF MAIN STREET 
ALAMANCE CHAMBER OISCUSSES PRIORITIES 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 



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ARCHBISHOP SAYS BURMESE ALLOWED TO WORSHIP FREELY 

BUPN CFNTEP, N.C. JAYCEES 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SUMMER ACTIVITIES BRING INCPEASE IN BURN VICTIMS 

BURN VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN BURN ASSOCIATIONS 

SEE ALSO IMMOLATION 

SEE ALSO WIFE BURNING 

MAN CHARGFD IN SCALDING OF 4-YEAR-OCO 

5-YFAR-OLD BEATS ODDS AFTER SUFFERING BURNS 

PATIENT INJURED IN RALEIGH HOSPITAL FIRE 

RALEIGH HOSPITAL PATIENT DIES FOLLOWING FIRE 

FRANKLIN MAN CHARGED WITH BURNING WIFE 

MAN IS CHARGED WITH BURNING ESTRANGEO WIFE 

TWO BURNEO AS GAS PIPE RUPTURtS 

WELDEP BURNED WHEN CAN EXPLOOES 

W.VA. WOMAN TESTIFIES HUSBAND TORTURED HER 

SUMMER ACTIVITIES BRING INCREASE IN BURN VICTIMS 

BEING OUMB WITH GAS CAN BE COSTLY MISTAKc 

HELMS HITS 'DISINFORMATION' ABOUT MAN'S OEATH IN CHILF 

TWO CHILDREN HURT IN ROXBORO FIRE 

BURNED CHILDREN IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

FUND DRIVF SET FUP ByPN VICTI" 

MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED IN FIRE AT REST HOME 

WOMAN ARRESTED ON ASSAULT CHARGE 



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SUBJECTS 



PAGE 111 
1/09/87 



SSi?.*?..'! TRANSFERRED TO DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL 

BURNED FRANKLIN TOT DIES FROM INJURIES 

DURHAM FIRE KILLS CHILD; 2 OTHERS ESCAPE INJURY 

MAN BURNED IN KITCHEN FIRE "LAKE INJURY 

DURHAM MAN SUFFERS BURNS 

WORKMAN BURNED IN TRAILER FIRE 

BURNING PERMI TS 

SEE ALSO FIRES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO FIRES. DURHAM COUNTY 

HH5 N , P J RM ! TS AVAILABLE AT DURHAM FIRE STATIONS 

BURN PERMITS AVAILABLE NOW 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BURNING PERMITS ARE CANCELED IN 3D COUNTIES 

BURNING PERMITS CANCELED '" 

BURNING BAN LIFTED IN WESTERN COUNTIES 

BURNING BAN IS LIFTED IN NORTHEAST COUNTIES 

burn°n- ba T n e2seo RNING lifted IN " M0HE COUNTIES 

BKHiSi EaS o^dekId" in tho M0R6 count,es 

BURNINGTOWN FALLS 

SEVELOPMENT CROWDING CHEROKEE SACRED SITES 
POET FIGHTS TO PROTECT SACRED INDIAN SITES 

BURNOUT 

SEE ALSO STRESS 

MANY PEOPLE ARE CANDIDATES FO? BURNOUT 
PSYCHOLOGIST SAYS FUN HELPS PREVENT BURNOUT 

BURROUGHS CORP. 

SEE ALS0 UNISYS CORP. (FORMERLY BURROUGHS CORP. I 

SPECULATION ON BURROUGHS OFFE3 BOOSTS SPERRY STOCK 
BURROUGHS PLANS FOR SALE OF SPERRY EL ANT IN DURHAM 
BURROUGHS GIVES 11. S "ULION To OUKO DURHAM 

BURROUGHS CORP. GIVES H.5 MILLION TO DUKE 
BURROUGHS CORP. PLANS TO CUT 9,600 JOBS BY END OF '86 

HiSHttl ^o^s S tr H ? p?loV c S ^pu 9 TeS OM " ny fo ° ?Sw8 *« PR0JEGT 

FORMER SPERRY PLANT SOLD 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME 

SEE ALSO WELLCOME FOUNDATION LTD. 

£. E .»^ R , PLEDGen t80 '30D BY BURROUGHS WFLLCOME 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME CHIEF RESIGNS 

SULLIVAN LEAVES PARK FIRM 

NEW ORUG APPROVED 

BURROUGHS GETS FDA APPROVAL OF NEW ORUG 

S. E ,!l„ HEA ' UNG SLATED FOR WASTE INCINERATOR 

nu RRD y G ,T^^ LI - CnME CUTS B4CK ™ SHUTTLE PROMOTION 

DUKE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CONFERENCE SET 

TO ALL REAOERS I AD I 

PERMIT ISSUED FOR WASTE 

BURROUGHS STUOYING CAPSULE SAFETY 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME SUES FDA, LEDERLF OVER SALE OF DRUG 

WELLCOME SUES FDA, FIRM OVER NEW DRUG 

GCAXD. BURROUGHS WELLCUME TO CONTINUE CAPSULE DRUGS 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME WITHDRAWS NEW DRUG LAHV>ULt DRUGS 

BURROUGHS WILL NOT PUT DRUG ON MARKET 

B^Ss' A?hs C ^UG°?R UG M,^ T ° G, " E SHUR '-' ER " « E C P E °R "°S 
PUBLIC COMMENT NOT EXPRESSED ON INCINERATOR 

Roughs 5 c'or'p.'^sioSnTto^fa'k THf TR " ELER ^ collar " Carolina 

^HAM P ^AMlE= iN p;?^SE T °MI C N^l 0°N 4 S^Lr?utlN H I A sf P4T1E ^ S 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME HIRINGS, P=OMOTIONS rLJ: "™' :: ' : ' 

BURROUGHS TO REMODEL LABORATORY 

E2J f PPP 9 VE,; BURROUGHS WELLCOME CREAM RINSE FOR hfad LICE 

FDA APPPOVES TREATMENT DEVELOPED IN RTP " 

SHORT SPARKS BURROUGHS WELLCCE FIRE 

2n, V??"?Sf^? ESEARCH£RS SEE LIMITS TO INTERFERON 

POLICF CHARGE MAN WITH STABBIMG WIFE 

RTP FIRM WINS TOP ADVERTISING AWARD 

BURg0UGHrwE^C0ME H pR^?^°^ HiSe^"™ 6 %t ' "" CHMR 4T ECU 

BURROUGHS' TESTING AIDS DRUG 

KIDNEY RESEARCH PROJECT FINISHED 

§HS59 UGHS WELCOME TO BEGIN ADOITION 

BURROUGHS PULLS SUDAFED FROM f, STORES 

GROUNDBREAKING SOARS. WITH RAIN 

PUBLISHER CITES DRUG FIRM 

BUS?NFis HI J aHL?GH?? RT ° F ° UR ^ " ' S S ° UGHT 
WOMEN INCORRECTLY IDENTIFIED 
N.C.-MADE DRUG PUTS AIDS ON HOLD 

BU^NEls y HiaH^GH?S 0F *"" 0RUG SH ° ULD CGNT,NUE 

IMSi."^.^ FI |S UK SSlN C T H VES? U g E MITH A, ° S 
iEKi™!!.'! £J2!„ !,I,U , G CLAIM QUESTIONED BY RESEARCHERS 
5^ a i9 R L S , R , E , M4RI < GN *'0S ORUG OISPUTED BY COMPANY 
MEOIOCKE J08 OUTLOOK IS SEEN FOR THIS FALL IN DURHAM 
•LAND US IN LONDON- CAMPAIGN TAKES FLIGHT DURHAM 

A?n 1R R u ?, CHAEF r ER ^ 4 ' ,ED T0 rOP WfLLCOMF POST 

A !SI £ RUG rE STS REVEAL 'NEW INFORMATION' 

ilP, S r R R y G . M * Y GEI HEALTH SERVICE NOO 

WELLCOME FUND GIVES HOC, 000 T tj.C. CENTRAL 

BURROUGHS DRUG REDUCES AIDS DEATHS ceniral 

•TENS OF MILLIONS' SPENT TESTING AZT 

PHONE LINE OPENED FOR AZT QUESTIONS 

BURRUUGHS' AIDS DRUG EREEO Foi I USE 

GROUP: AZT TO COMPLICATE RESEARCH 

TRIANGLE DRUG HFATS UP AIOS HOTLINE, RESEARCH 

cR* 4PP 5 OVE5 "READER USE OF DRUG FOR AIOS PATIENTS 

HFSoF^ P Dgf,r E5 M G ^ DEL 'S E l F0R BURROUGHS* AIDS DRUG 

HER°ES DRUG MADF IN RTP PROMISING 

RTI RECFIVES CONTRACT FOR TESTING AIDS ORUrS 

^"OS^UG P^S^P^GHT^aNtIvTr'al" I | E S?'„ N °*"'« "-SU.T 

C dS^ T grSnts BI t G d GE stu G dy K a G d^ 6 a^SeU^T 

burroughs wfllcome forms new 11visi0n. other rhanrfs 

7 HAPEL HILL PROJECT NAMED FRANKLIN WEST CHANGES 

15?., REC I IVES E NfRCT CONSERVATION AWARD 

!^l2 r 5, SPUR CHANGES IN 1-40 W3RK SCHEDULE 

2I?, EA S C ^ E S TG , BE GUE ST DN RADIO SHOW 

WELLCOME PLC SOLD ONLY IN LONDON 

TOURISTS TO GET WELCOME FROM 7 00 

B H JR ,2? UG c! ^EF?^ PR0 P'JCES VIDEOS TO PROMOTE N.C. ZOO 

SHORTAGES EXPFCTEO IN '87 OF 1URR0UGHS' AIOS DRUG 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME, EMPLOYEES 

BURROUGHS WELLCOME OFFERS STOCK TO EMPLOYEES 
BURROUGHS STOCK OFFERING SUCCESSFUL Lu,ttb 



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MONTHLY/ 



SUBJECTS 



BURROUGHS WELLCOME PERSONNEL CHANGES 

RECENT PERSONNEL CH4NGES AT BURROUGHS WELLCOME 

"URROUGHS WELLCO-'E FUND 

UNC GETS ENPOWMENT FOR CANCER RESEARCH 

"UtTON SCHOOL 

EASTER PARAGE 

LIBRARIANS FEAR PINCH FROM PORN LAWS 

SCHOOL BREAK-IN ARREST 

«U»WELL SCHOOL 

BURWELL SCHOOL TO HOLD CHRIST"AS OPEN HOUSE 

»US TIRIvFRS 

SEE ACCIOENTS. "USES 
SEE DURHAM, N.C.t BUSES 
SEE GRfcVHOUNO BUS LINE 
SEE SCHOOL BUS ORIVERS 

see trailways aus 

"US SAFETY 

SEE ACCIOENTS. 
SFE ACCIOENTS. 



"USES 
SCHOOL BUSES 



BUS SCHEDULES 

SEE DURHAM, N.C.. 



BUS SCHEOULES 



BUS SHELTERS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C.. BUSES 

MONFY RFOUESTED FOR BUS SHELTERS 

BUS STATION 

SEE DURHAM UNION BUS STATION 

BUS STOP l°LAYI 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

BUS SYSTEM. N.C. 
SEE BUSES. N.C. 

BUSCH GARDENS 

GOOSE LADY GIVES OLD COUNTRY A PERSONAL TOUCH 

BUSES. DURHAM 

SEE BUS SHELTERS 

SEE DURHAM, N.C., BUSES 

BUSES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA COACH COMPANY 

GLAXO GETS New OINTMENT READY IN U.S. 

&REYHOUNO TO "OVE SIX TERMINALS 

CITIES STUDY SELF-INSURE FOR TRANSIT 

•TAIL' °EGINS WITH REMINDING SOUND 

W"AT "OV1E IS SHOWING ON THE =<US? 

TRIANGLE BUS SYSTEM CRANKING JP 

N.C. "AN PULLS 15-TON BUS — WI T H HIS TEETH 

"USH INSTITUTE FOR CHILD ANO FAMILY POLICY 

SEE UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL BUSH INSTITUTE 

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUdS 

SEE ALSO DUOHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMAN'S CLUB 
SEE ALSO N.C. FEDERATION OF mOMEN'S CLUBS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO WG-EN. CAREERS 
WOMAN OF THE YEAR 

BUSINESS COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C EDUCATIONAL FUNDING 

ELON COLLEGE, CAKV TEACHERS NAMEO BEST I, THEIR FIELDS 

BUSINESS EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS EXECUTIVES 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. EXECUTIVE MB A WEEKEND 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUOUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO MANAGERIAL TRAINING 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL Hi LL SCHOOL uF BUSINESS 

DUKE EXECUTIVE "31 PROGRAM DE"ANOS motivation. DEDICATION 

DOWN TO BUSINESS 

PROGRAM SHOWS STUDENTS THE WOSKINC WORLD 

TAKING "OTHER'S ADVICE, HE WENT F»J« RAGS TO RICHES 

JANUARY BUSINESS COURSES PLANNED IN VANCE. GRANVILL C 

BUSINESS ETHICS 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS COOE 

E'HICALLY CHOOSING STOCKS MAY NOT HURT RETURNS. 

DUKE COURSE MULLS BUSINESS, MORALITY 



OURHA" BROKER SAYS 



BUSINESS EXEC 
SEE ALSO P 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
SFE ALSO 
SEE ALSO E 
SEE ALSO 
SEE ALSO 
GARY HOC 
DUKE EXE 
NEW B'EE 
NOT A NE 
MANAGEME 
THE STRF 
FUCUA DE 
DISCRGA^ 
YOUNG EX 
STATE HA 
TOP EXEC 



UTIVES 

USINESS EDUCATION 

USINESS MANAGERS 

UKE UNIV. EXECUTIVE M" A „EEKEND 

U°HAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. EXECUTIVE DIALOGUE PROGRAM 

XECUTIVE HOUSING 

OMEN, BUSINESSES 

0"EN, EXECUTIVES 

K PUTTING UP ANOTHER TFFICE BUILDING NEAR ,,ORTH D'JKF MALL 

CUTIVE MBJ PROGRAM DE u ANOS MOTIVATION, OEOICATION 

D OF UNIVERSITY LEAOE= 

W 8OES0 

NT PROFESSOR WARNS •T-'EPE IS NO QUICK FIX' 

SS CF WORK CAN UNOERMINE health OF EXECUTIVES AND SECRETARIES 

AN TO LECTURE IN ENGLAND 

IZATION COSTS AVERAGE EXECUTIVE 4 WEEKS TO CATCH UP 

ECUTIVES "AY BE NOMINATED FOR UNC COURSE 

S S6O0.O0O =cADY FOR BUSINESS INCUBATORS 

UTIVES TO ATTEND BUSINESS SYMPUSIUM 



BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, SALARIES 
SEE ALSO SALARIES. U.S. 

NEW OUR"AM CA-PAIGN ALREAOY YIELDING DIVIDENDS. OFFICIALS 

FUJUA EARNS M.° "ILLION 

EXECUTIVE SALARIES CALLFO MONEY WELL SRE'.T 

EXECUTIVE SALARIES: 'YOU GET .~t: YOU PAT FOR' 

TOP EXECUTIVES IN N.C. AVERAGED I6t RAISE IN "85 

"USINESS FOUNDATION OF N.C. INC. 

FOjNOAIION KEEPS STEPHENS AS HEAD 
UNC BUSINESS GROUP HONORS FRIDAY 

BUSINESS INCUBATORS 

SEE ALSO INCUBATOR FACILITIES PROGRAM 

STATE HAS 1600.000 READY FOR BUSINESS INCUBATORS 



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BUSINESSES 



EUREAU OF 



IL'.IX TO^HEAS PLAN TO HELP SMALL COMPANIES 

DURHAM COUNCIL MULLS FIRMS' AID «"»" 

COUNCIL MEMBERS TOLO INCUBATOCS HATCH BUSINESSES IN CHARIFSTnN 

PANEL MULLS TAX BREAKS FOR FOLKS WITH HARDSHIPS CHARLESTON 

MAYOR BACKS -INCUBATORS' FOR" NEW BUSINESSES 

BUSINESS INDEX. N .C . AND SOUTHEAST (WACHOVIAI 
N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY UP 
BUSINESS UP IN DECEMBER 
NORTH CAROLINA BUSINESS INDEX 

sSST T KEAtT°BUSINE B SS SI 3p E5S IN ° EX: '*" H£EL 8USI *"S SOFTENS 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY RISES 

N.C. BUSINESS UP IN JUNE 

SOUTHEAST BUSINESS DROPS 

NORTH CAROLINA BUSINESS INOEX: ACTIVITY RISES 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY FLAT 

N.C. BUSINESS UP IN SEPTEMBER 

N.C. BUSINESS INOEX DROPS 

BUSINESS LOANS 

SFE ALSO INTEREST RATFS 
SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

GOV. MARTIN PROPOSES NETWORK To HELP SMALL 

N.C. TO PROVIOE HELP FOR SMALL BUSINESSES 

BUSINESS MANAGERS 

N.C. PROF SEEKS TO DISPSL MANAGEMENT MYTHS 

BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

SEE BUSINESS EDUCATION 

BUSINESS wOMFN-S WEEK 

"Iusine'sswoKe'E SHel" AN ° -"""ssional w°"*n.s CLUB 

BUSINESSES. BLACK-OWNEO 

SEE BLACK-OWNEO BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSFS. CHAPEL HILL 

SEE CHAPEL HILL. N.C. BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES. PURHAH 

SEE ALSO BETTFR BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. SMALL 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS. SALES 

511 4 . L 5°. COUNCIL FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT 

III itiB ^H^tyiiKILSMS ^feSffilK s c58TB 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

III 4S-SS SIM95IIX BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AG = NCY 

III fhlE MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

lie JUS SSi, V fr TE „l ECr0R INITIATIVE PROGRAM 

111 it 18 r P eTa! C lTales ,TE C00PeR * TI, ' E ventures 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES. DURHAM 

E HnT;°MnTM«; 2LK; c a;^S p ^ l „S! ll school of business admin. 

busin6ss T h?ghl F igSts° FFER "wfits-but be cautious 

f?rTETANK 5 S H ESo TH BY W r,S : C 82N E slD T Fj?S?Hl^THY' 

^o8Sc E T?8^^R^E M Rif T ^Y G5 HorDrs s y^oV R ° ufiD;fR,4N[;LE 

A 4 YR iL C r A S R T R S IER T aWtS FfoKMSJ "hup ECUN ° MY E ° G ' NG UP ™ ,S YE " 

•S5^m CK s ^versitV- tBpIcVeSeS? BU,L0 ' NG NEAR NOkTH DUKF " ALL 

Bullill! H.^HL S .SHTr 4 °« Rf 'SEMENTS OF .985 

SuS L lSEh B []rGHL G I^TS 00HNT0HNER PARTNERS 

OURHAM SCL TO CONVERT TO STOCK FORM 

GLAXO GETS NEW OINTMENT READY IN U.S. 

BUSINESS MEETINGS. WORKSHOPS 

BUSINESS JhiGhCiGhtI 151 " 1 GR ° H ' NG COMPANIES LIST 

BuIinES^'SiGHl'ig'hTS 46 " P CASMA CENTER 

CARPENTER'S SUSPENDS 3 BLACK SALESMEN FOR TAKING Hniiniv 

Iu?Ue R ! P H IG HL?^S 1985 B4NNER vIiR E F J F R N.C: K BXNK^ UDiV 

rn?,J NF |?, PLJNNING SEMINAR SET F F d . 6-7 

VS NFEPE t ICE: CHANCE TO TELL GOVERNMENT WHAT YOU THINK 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS 

? S T^OUsi H C^lRE S NcJ R ON M tMAL C L°^Nl!s PLANNED 

e J Vepp '- m - « sgKSsas mi §& i[Jg Shite — e »*«*«« 

Ifii?Hitf BUSINESS MEETINGS. WORKSHOPS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE 
DON'T DISPLAY SMUT 

^A C r^R C D°SAY PL ^ T ^Lg 0S5 IS R,GHT AT H0ME 

9JJKE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CONFERENCE SET 

INS IDE 

THINKING ABOUT SWITCHING CAREERS? 

PERSONNEL CHANGES AT AREA COMPANIES 

!i S !„ F i HM K°!f es "«TO WESTPARK CENTER 

FIRST UNION TO CLOSE 2 BRANCHES 

MERCHANTS TO SEEK MEMBERSHIP 3QOST 

DURHAM E Ie«S M IuSINESS P^2 C,ATI0N OPp OSING PLAN TO UP SALES TAX 

§oI^fs c ?85fc! T !lR p E^ c B55 E N OF n T II T Jk„ EO UNT 1N 0U " H *" 

R G ^^RE?^K^F S Ei;| L NA C SE ME CH?N-;E aNr,NUE CiPSULE 0RU " 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

P"?"*" FUND TO AID PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS™ 6 ° F ™ 65E " CUSES ' ™ EN LO0K F0R » ^ *>B 
SS!Pf£f ?I T J9. Fr >STER 'TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER- 
ARE ADS GETTING DUMBER? OR Apr WE GETTING SMARTER? 



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2/09/86 

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12/31/86 1/09/67 



AREA BUSINESS MEETINGS. WORKSHOPS 

PIZZA DELIVERY FIRM MOVES HEADQUARTERS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

RTP MICROCHIP SALES ON REBOUND 

PRIVATE HELP FOR SCHOOLS MAY PAY BIG DIVIOENDS 

HOUSING. SALES SPURRING AREA ECONOMY 

4 RTP COMPANIES RATED AMONG BEST IN U.S. TO WORK FOR 

JAPANESE COMPANY OPENS DURHAM SALES OFFICE 

JAPANESE FIRM OPENS SALES OFFICE IN DURHAM 

BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

STRONG EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK SEEN FOR TRIANGLE 

THE STRESS OF WORK CAN UNOEPMINE HEALTH OF EXECUTIVES AND SECRETARIES 

PERSONNEL CHANGES AT TRIANGLE COMPANIES 

EICHHORN NAMgn TO BUSINESS POST 

SPRING LOOKING GOOD FOR THOSE HUNTING JOBS IN DURHAM AREA 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

QUALITY MANAGEMENT TOPIC OF SEMINAR 

BPOKEPAGE FIRMS PREDICT NEW STUCK HIGHS OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS 

CHAMBER PLANS SPRING MEMBERSHIP ORIVE 

SURVEY SHOWS DOWNTOWN WORKERS WANT MORE RESTAURANTS. RETAILERS 

PARKING IDENTIFIED AS DOWNTOWN'S GREAT DRAWBACK 

BALDWIN'S TO MOVE TO NEW LOCATION 

DUKE ALUMNUS SAYS BETTER THINGS AHEAD FOR GENERAL MOTORS 

DURHAM WILL OFFER JOB SEARCH SEMINAR 

RTP PERSONNEL CHANGES 

HAVE YOU BUILT A PRETTY 0EVEL1P M ENT? 

UNION CARBIDE RECEIVES 7 COMMUNICATION AWAROS 

BALDWINS SHOW FAITH IN DOWNTOWN OURHAM 

BUSINESS 

RESTAURANT TO MOVE INTO OLD BOTTLING PLANT 

DURHAM PEOPLE AT WORK: BO STEPHENSON COMFORTS PET OWNERS 

DEVELOPER ANNOUNCES NEW ASSOCIATION 

COLORCRAFT OF DURHAM IS NOW LSRGEST FILM PROCESSOR IN U.S. 

BUSINESS MEETINGS. WORKSHOP? 

GLAXO INTRODUCES ORUG TO TREAT PSORIASIS. ECZEMA 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

8UFAN0 SCULPTURE TO GREET CENTER'S VISITORS 

MONEY IS AVAILABLE AGAIN FOR EMPLOYERS TO AID VETS 

GENERAL TELEPHONE OFFERS NEW BROCHURE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

DURHAM BANK'S NET INCOME RISE? 15. 4t 

PERSONNEL CHANGES AT TRIANGLE FIRMS 

CONGRESSMEN SF T BUSINESS CONFERENCE 

BAD-CHECK PILOT STARTS 

BIKE SHOPS SHIFT GEARS IN OURHAM 

ID BE LEADER. SAYS MILLIONAIRE LOOK LIKE LEADER. ACT LIKE ONE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

3-D GRAPHICS PROCESS READY FOR MARKET 

DURHAM'S SHARE OF RETAIL-SALES PIE IN TRIANGLE IS STEADY AT 2?* 

2-DAY CONFERENCE TO STUDY INNOVATION, COMPETITION IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BAD-CHECK PROGRAM COULD PROVE SAVINGS 

NEW DURHAM CAMPAIGN ALREADY YIELDING DIVIOENDS, OFFICIALS 

HOOOCROFT TO BUILD APARTMENTS IN FOX CHASE 

RACIAL MATTERS IN DURHAM BUSINESSES: DOORS CLOSING OR OPENING? 

PENNY FURNITURE OBSERVES 50TH ANNIVERSARY IN DURHAM (ADI 

PERSONNEL CHANGES AT TRIANGLE COMPANIES 

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

NORTHGATE MALL PRESENTS ACHIEVEMENT AWARUS 

OFFICIALS HOPE USER FEE WILL ROOST DURHAM TRADE ZONE 

UNC PROF CO-WRITES BANK- DE REGU L A T I ON BOOK 

MAJOR CONTRACTOR IN TRIANGLE RANKEU FIFTH-LARGEST IN U.S. 

FIRM TO CELEBRATE COMPLETION OF PLAN FUR THE MEAOOWLANOS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

3 OURHAM COMPANIES RANKED AMONG LARGEST UWNEO BY BLACKS 

ROSE'S CELEBRATES MILESTONE BY HOLDING IWHAT ELSE?! A SALE! 

FIRM MOVES HEADQUARTERS TO DU'HAM OFFICE 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING 14 MILLION AT VENTURE '86 

FIRST UNION: ECONOMY TO GAIN MOMENTUM THIS YEAR 

TPIAO PACKAGING BUYS DURHAM BOX 

DURHAM CALLED RISING ECONOMIC STAR 

LCM HAS PLUNGE IN PROFITS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

S. KOREAN CAR EXPECTED IN CITY BY NOVEMBER 

DURHAM CHAMBER PLANS SEMINARS ON SMALL BUSINESS 

COTTAGE INDUSTRIES BECOME PROBLEM HERE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BLACK INDUSTRIES REPORTS EARNINGS TRIPLE 

JAPANESE FIRMS GO FOR INDIVIDUAL! WHILE U.S. COMPANIES GO FOR JOB 

PERSONNEL CHANGFS AT AREA COMPANIES 

RETAIL MERCHANTS TO MEET THURSDAY 

NORTHERN TELECOM SIGNS 1250 MILLION CONTRACT WITH JAPANESE CORP. 

OURHAM-AREA FIRMS SELECTEO FUR SAFETY AWAROS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE 

OURHAM FIRM WEDS MEDICAL NEEOS, IDEAS 

FOA APPROVES TREATMENT DEVELOPED IN RTP 

THE LABOR FORCE IN TRIANGLE INCREASING BY 45 PEOPLE DAILY 

UPCOMING BUSINESS MEETINGS. SEMINARS IN TRIANGLE 

CITY MEMORIAL DAY SALES BRISK 

THOMAS NAMED ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 

DEMAND UP 46X FOR DURHAM-MADE LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

OURHAM LEADS STATE IN NEW JOBS 

DURHAM RANKS 2N0 IN JOBS. INVESTMENTS 

NEW OFFICE SPACE ABUNDANT IN DURHAM 

HOME-BUYING MARKETS ARE EXPECTEO TO CHANGE DRAMATICALLY IN 5 YEARS 

TRIANGLE PERSONNEL CHANGES 

DURHAM TEXTILES INDUSTRY LED »» SMALL SPECIALISTS 

GIANT MILLS NEARLY GONE 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CHAMBER PANEL SEEKS ANNUAL DU' HAM FORUM ON EDUCATION 

TEER GETS 420 MILLION PROJECT 

TEER GETS 120 MILLION PROJECT 

DURHAM DEVELOPER URGES ONE PHONE SYSTFM IN TRIANGLE 

SELLING CONSUMER GOODS OVERSEAS TO BE DISCUSSED 

HOW 00 YOU FIND OUT IF A FRANCHISE IS ALL THAT IT IS CRACKED UP TO BE? 

HOWARD JOHNSON EYES ROU INN SITE 

BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

JOB PROSPECTS UP FOR DURHAM AREA 

NCM BUYS ROLLING HILLS DEVtLUPMENT 

IS THE BLOOM OFF OR IS THE MARKET JUST WAFFLING? 

LIBERTY PLAZA PROPOSAL SPURS M QR E INTERESTS 

1-40 EXTENSION MAY BE MARKET < EY 

DAVID'S 0FFIC5 SALE TO RESULT IN EXPANSION 

FAST-FOOD PLACES SPROUTING COMPACT RULLING RESTAURANTS 

RTP FIRM WINS TOP ADVERTISING AWARD 

SURVEY: DOWNTOWN WORKERS WANT MORE RESTAURANTS. CLOTHING STORES 

NORTHGATE TO RENOVATE STORAGE SPACE 

R. OILLARD TEER FAMILY HONORED FOP HELPING SET UP CHAIR AT ECU 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE 

GREENS6CR0 JEWELER BUYS DURHAM STORE 

NCSU TAPS 6 OURHAM • AMBA SS AOU» S ' 

TAX REFORM OFFERS NO INCENTIVES TO INVEST IN START-UP COMPANIES 

TRIANGLE J TO HOLD SEMINAR ON USING PORT OF OURHAM 



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BUSINESS BRIEFING 

INDEPENDENCE DAY (ADI H I 7/03/86 A IB P 

DUKE POWER WINS TOP NATIONAL AWARD ? I l', a 'Z / . Rb A 9 D 

gu^AS7Hi^g N 0^ t S C?0R A yI? 4 ^A^AB^ IVE ^ " F " S ™ """ - S V,lV f \% I & I 

3S R R^Tu! C L DING N H^°H P RA^S C 5A?i0NA^? »"" ™ ^^ «»" I^|| S | - . 

COMPANY EXPANDS OFFICE r '"' :> ^ c ' J S 2 7/14/86 C 3 N 

!)sr B INi[7& R c E t^„ose TE »8*i8s T ^illT? L Fic* s fi s ET * R,Es • p " °»*^ p4st ^ 8 f fp» J is p 5 ^ 

P^sSNNt^CH^NGls^^glAN^rC^^fK » K »«" « / ojff 8 !I " 8 LM 

AKC TO MOVE SOME OFFICES TO DURHAM 5 2 l^ 2 ,?^ 6 c 1 <• 'I 

OURHAM VENDING FIRM EXPANDING 5 2 7/21/86 A 1 N M06 

THINGS ARE BREWING AT FIRST CITIZENS 5 ? !^ 3 <" 6 * I P N -(8? 

FIRMS WEIGH JOB CREDENTIALS DIFFERENTLY H I J/ 2 ,^ 86 * lfl ' J L<, > 

?IS'« E i E - N -'-" ^A^Er-- E - —TIONS-SURVFY j | |ggg § ^ ( LM 

BSJHAH^a^l^^ggF.fl'SfTHlS" R0U s i ^■'J g IS I! 

B"S? E N N E?? V ^jHL S I^T^ STLy TH,M< W0MEN "" 'H»« " *LL- „ | J^gg J J J < U\ 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 8/01/86 All N 

VILLAGE BANK POSTS STRONG 2ND UUARTER PROFITS S I 8/02/86 A 11 N 

NO BEEPER FOR HIM; STARTED HIS OWN COMPANY S I 8/02/86 A 2 P N 

STATE HAS S600.000 READY FOR BUSINESS INCUBATOR* K 2 B/03/86 C 11 P N L«rl 

COMPUTER SEMINAR SET ' W " INCUBATORS H 2 8/03/86 C 1 2 P U L 4 1 

WOMEN INCORRECTLY IDENTIFIED S 2 8/04/86 C 10 P N 

NO N V , A B LL r0 ?L S YFK^ N p n ^TE L R E fRA D gVc G .r OUSrRY ' 5 SPURT ' NT ° B ' LLI0NS IN ■«« » I 8^«S J 2?" 3 

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WHATEVER HAPPENED TO MID-YEAR ACCELERATION? S 2 8/05/86 - 

^er^mutITa? BCuFm^M&B GULLEY voteu no » f wis;ss s l § P p y t« 

S8olL R ;UN^r E A?n^3rEfAF^P^NG a FRnS H | C r 4 B aPmENT ST4TE SP4CE? I 2 W'^ 8 » " 8 Ul 

?«riNatI D C* KE lN P D !S ^^ FR °" " MPET " S ^SI^IC^VALLEY „ | g^g* g |g N ^ 

C B0 O^E^N^ N T S o R ^Turo^NGT^wr T,NUES BUT 4 ' RE0U « D «*" 8 2 "itfSS g M 8 

DURHAM TEACHEPS GET DI SCOUNT C ARDS S 2 8/18/86 A 6 N 

STORM EARLIER IN MONTH HIT GTE, DUKE POWER'S pnr«Fmnn«< »,. n T nn ?, 2 8/20/86 A I N M 06 

TEACHERS GET FRINGE BENE F I T--0 I SCOUN r S P0CKETB00KS HARO, TOO H 2 8/21/86 A 20 P LI L ". 1 

INCENTIVES ONLY PROVE HIGHER PAY IS NEEDED H ? 8/21/86 B 1 N U 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS "' ur "=' 1 K "* '» NtbUbD s j B/2l/ n 6 A 4 E 

•TEACHER EXPRESS 1 PLAN LINKS BUSINESS. Sr Hnni s H 2 8/22/86 A 12 N 

STORM DAMAGE COSTLY TO DURHAM UTILITIES H ? 8/23/86 A <. E 

BUSINESS OWNERS WANT PARK I NG POL CY CHANGED 5 ? 8/23/86 A 2 N 

LOWER BONO RATING WILL COST DJRHAM 11 MILLION FXTRA S ? 8/23/86 B 1 N PBS 

BUSINESS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS MILLION EXTRA H j 8/24/86 C 12 U L 4 1 

EAST DURHAM TO GET NEW SUBDIVISION M 2 8/24/86 C 13 N 

iME E R 4 ?C V AN^ H C T [ , 0ljNl C Ml?NYp T Nlf^Rl C0N0MY « 2 ^il^li 1 BlM 

K 4 I-BC^NES? R 8giM r AT-Efi,^M'lI^ L ^RK FS D — 5 °" E «NOMY H |«g«2 Si 8 P 3 £« 

DTCC OFFERS BUSINESS CLASSES ON TV I 2 8/30/86 A I P N W82 

?IlAN^rc2^NSA RGE,S 4 ° DING 'OLATILITY TO UTILITY STOCKS „ I J^?^ c ' z | ° [j L „ 

ShHu'rhIm^o^V^^ SI SKS'I N NWB2 

B M SL N DSf^S S gp U E S N? E D S a R P I° PLE r ° "^T^'kfellNS^ZDNINrgAS*"*" „ I !^« S '? ? 4 L "' 

CHAMBER PLANS SEMINAR ON CASH FLOW 5 I 9/05/86 C I P P M66 

BEFORE STARTING HOME BUSINESS. CHECK DURHAM RFSmiprcc S I 9/06/86 A 3 P M 

burru^s Kff&ag-gESKSiB^ s §j "tS n 1 i u p cBfraii; 6 " ? s ^" " l ? - « LM 

Stllfflrffl^gSfiB^gfJi^PS ! i 6 5^ S|S" / «b f u N L4, 

DURHAM FIRM TAKES PART IN GERMAN EXHIBIT HIr ' H - (< 'SE S 2 9/ n/86 c [ „ Me j 

MEDIOCRF JJR OUTLOUK IS SEEN FOR THIS FALL IN DURHAM 2 I 9/13/86 A 5 " N 

RTP TBAOE GROUP PUSHES FOR DEGREES N INS TR iimfnt Irinu H J 9/14/86 D in P U 141 

UPCOMING BUSINESS WORKSHOPS, MEETINGS IN TRIANGLE S ? 9 ^''/ B «> 14 N H9< 

BROWNING FERRIS BUYS TRASH SERVICE IKIANL.LE H 2 9/14/86 14 N 

BASF SETS CFNTER DEDICATION 5 2 9/15/86 A 1 N W82 

GROUP SEEKS FAIR ZONING 5 2 9/15/86 C 2 N 

2 DURHAM BEST STORES WON'T CLOSE 5 J »/l6/B6 A 1 N M06 

u?| N R IEL NANCING CaB ' TmNK SHORT - YOU PAY FASTER. MOR F CHFAP, y S I ^rS'! 86 C 4 N 

MRS. HERON: ZONING CRITICS 3EI NG UNFAIR I-AIIER, MORE CHEAPLY H ? 9/18/86 B 4 P U L41 

RTP INSTITUTE CELEBRATES loTH YEAR H 1 9/19/96 B 1 N W36 

HOW WILL DURHAM WEATHER ITS BUSINESS TREMORS? S . I 9/20/86 A 11 P N 

EMPLOYEE-AWARENESS PROGRAMS CAN BOOST PRODUCTIVITY H , 2 9/21/86 A 1 NL4I 

JEER GETS BUSINESS HONOR FROM EAST CAROLINA H ? 2 / , 2l/n6 D 11 p U L41 

LtM PUTS NEW SPARK IN GENERIC C I G ARE T TF P AC K s S * 9/22/86 A 9 N 

PETITION DRIVE SEEKS REVIEW OF CITY PARKING-TICKET pin c, H I 9/25/86 A 20 P U L41 

MERCHANTS COMPLAIN OF ZEALOUS TICKETING rI «ET RULES S 2 9/25/86 A 1 N H70 

?IKf,K* NTS: TICKETS DETER CUSTTMERS H I Mb/ Kb A 1 N S51 

GROUP TO CELEBRATE MINORITY ENTERPRISE I J 9/26/86 CI N H7n 

BUSINESS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS s ? 9/27/86 A 11 P N 

BUSINESS BRIEFING H 2 9/28/86 12 N 

BUsVnE 4 S? S bSIf P !n 4L ' N WW""* PURVEY OF PATIENTS ? I ?J»^» ° ^ fj 

^A!"sE N T8 G OF R ?g R p E R 5 f?CT.vroN I TR.8E L tMlALANCE S ' l^??Sg I 1 5 ? P 3 fcH 

N ls T ? H 14f-^AN U K N ?N R ?fRV?F^C ? I ^ «' '^ «» "« »« H I B^gJ A 2^ P N 

15 ^N|Jg R lL L gai E ; F g?8 R f? PL D,-sIipoilN SfelfS 4T "' l » 4 M ' NUTE » 2 18/t^l 8 i? p p 3 L4, 

NT N MlM' J C0Ni0L^DA^S^FF,8 ' ^DS^OR ^AP ANE SE g gl S J 3 L4, 

SI A^C^PANY 1 LtNr^ B MaVE E ^sV P E L ?^Y U L S ^T? UGU51 " 2 8/ ' ''" 8 ,! P 8 L4, 

n U ^C 4 ^T U 4 A00R G ^r R rC S KE S T T fNa M^""'° SP4 « '" ™* «« " I IS^f^ft g ! P fj kj 

COUNTY FIRMS EXPANDING; LINE HEADING FDR CITY S J 10/23/86 A 1 H H 70 

I£ tt Tf&lt^fiJIgS S^W.NG^OL- gf ?' { " °°™ "-"- f t8^M B ^ N XII 

E 5ShIS ioL P K A S HA r SE H I8??R U 83?N S H SENT TO BANK ' 2 WitfU S i F 8 H " 

SSEl T E^ ^Sp,,lE8 E iT°sSL CT0RS E ° R «>CROEL 5 EC 5E ^nI?S B ^NT E R ? f Ig^'^* »'«'« L ^ 1 

N.C. BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTER WANTS A FEW WITH rnnn intu S 2 10/28/86 A 1 N H70 

TOWER GETS -CLOSING-IN CEREmSny- °° 10E4S h 2 10/30/86 6 U L4l 

ANALYST: BIG TOBACCO COMPANIES SHOULD STAY punctT«mc S 2 U/01/B6 A 9 P N 

RTP PERSONNEL CHANGES rA "" tb ^HUULD STAY PROFITABLE H 2 11/02/86 C 11 P U L41 

CIGARETTE COMPANIES FACE STRUGGLE H 2 U/02/86 C 14 P N 

DURHAM BUSINESS FAIR SET FOR VUV. I? S 2 11/03/B6 A 12 N 

LITTLE COMPANIES GET CHANCE TT. MEFT BIG BUSINESS AT mo S 2 U/0'>/ B 6 B 1 N W8> 

M? IS £aV Je 5 n^ er tI 4 ? g^^f^ , r 1 ] ™ '"'"""otviSSi" S i Hflsjss g i p 8 L4, 

C^PEj 4 H I ^ EL ploJc 4 ? , NlHlo M4 RiNS?N E WEST ,Sr 0F "°° * M *" >» « FR '" f 2 JlggSS 8 l! ? 3 L41 



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1/01/86 - 12/31/96 



SUBJECTS 



BUSINESS FAIR 

GOVERNMENTS TOP LIST OF EXPLOIT 
LA* FIR" ADOS 2 UNC GRAOS AS A 
CONSUMER SPEWING AT CHRISTMAS 
OURHAM BUSINESS FAIR TERMED A 
IBM RECEIVES ENERGY CONSERVATI 
DURHAM RETAILERS HOPING SALES 
SCL'S PRESIDENT SEES RATES ON 
•NIGHT CLUB' FOR DURHAM TEENS 
MEDIAN NET WORTH OF AVERAGE U. 
LOAN FOR RTP OFFICES SECURED 
MAYOR BACKS MNCUBATGRS" FOR N 
STATE-CHARTERED BANKS STILL G' 
KALKER NAMED NEW DIRECTOR OF M 
OURHA" CHAMBER STARTS 'PUSINE^ 
WOMEN: IT'S EASIER TO DISCUSS 
SUSPENDERS ARE AMONG SNAPPY GI 
EMERGENCY PLANS TOPIC OF CONFE 
INVESTOR FEAR ABOUT TAX REFORM 
5 NOMINATED FOR DURHA" CHAMBER 
WOMAN LEARNS TEAMWORK IN JAPAN 
COUNCIL 3UESTI0NS BID RULES 
DURHAM JOB MARKET APPEARS STRO 
TAX REFORM MAY HURT DURHAM COM 
FEMALE EXEC IN SOUTH MAKES LES 
BURROUGHS WELLCOME PRODUCES VI 
BUSINESS BRIEFING 
FIRM USED BY CITY MAY HAVE S. 
SAVINGS BOND CAMPAIGN NAMES CH 
LAST--INUTE TAX OPPORTUNITIES 
CONSTRUCTION FORECAST FOR STAT 
TRIANGLE APPLICANTS! J0"> SKILL 
OURHAM BUSINESSES DEFY SLUGGIS 
CLAUS INDUSTRIES DIVIDENDS INC 
SLOW BUSINESS STUNTS GROWTH 0= 
DURHAM-BASED FORMAL-WEAR BUSI'J 
AMERICAN TRAVEL TO HOST 2ND CD 
MARTINIS OR NOT. BUSINESS LUNC 
PINNACLE RIDGE NEW APARTMENT P 



ERS IN ORANGE COUNTY 
SSOCIATES 

MAY RISE ONLY 4-5* 
SUCCESS 
ON AWAWD 

WILL LURE SHOPPERS 

INTEREST, INFLATION, STAYING LOW 
OPENS 
S. HOUSEHOLD IN S32.000 

EW BUSINESSES 

OWING RAPIDLY BUT PROFITS SLIMMED 

OTDR CLUb 

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BUSINESSES. DURHAM, ARTS SUP°ORT 
SEE ALSO akTIE AWARDS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, ARTS SUPPORT 

WACHOVIA GIVES 550,000 TO ARTS 

ARTS COUNCIL PAISES 1142,000 TOWARD '86 GOAL OF J240.000 

•HOT' FETE CELEBRATFS ARTS FUND DRIVE 

ART IS PIG BUSINESS 

ARTS DRIVE ONLY $18,000 FRUM ITS GOAL 

COMPANIES SPONSORING THEATER 

3 FIR-S SPONSOR THEATER 

TELECOM GIVES S100.000 TO ARTS CENTER 

BUSINESSES. OURHAM, CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 

SEMINAR TO EXPLAIN HOW LARGE EMPLOYERS CAN PROVIDE DAY CAPE 
2 AGENCIES FIRST IN PARK TO OFFER EMPLOYEES DAY CARE 

BUSINESSES. OURHAM, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C. CLOSINGS 
TRUCKER CLOSES DURHAH BRANCH 
I-PORTS CLOSE DURHAM PLANT 

MAKER OF TEXTILE MACHINERY SELLING PLANT IN DURHAM PARK 
FlhST UNION OFFICE TO STAY 
J. P. STEVENS TO CLOSE DURHAM PLANT 

J. P. STEVENS DURHAM PLANT-CLOS INS «ILL PUT 650 PEOPLE OUT OF WORK 
J. P. STEVENS' WORKERS TO GET JOB FINDING AIO 
DURHAM HAS JOBS FOR STEVENS WDRKERS 
GIANT MILLS NEARLY GOME 
VIDEO DISTRIBUTOR TO CLOSE 
RECORD BAR CLOSING SUBSIDIARY 
STEVENS PLANT CLOSING SOONER THAN PROJECTED 
STEVENS PLANT STOPS PRODUCTION EARLIER Than EXPECTED 
VISART CLOSES DOWNTOWN STORE 
DOWNTOWN VIDEO STORE CLOSES 
AMEPICAN TOBACCO TO CLOSE 

TOBACCO COMPANY HAS DF EP ROOTS IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 
E"PLOYEES SHOCKED. CONFUSED OVER AMERICAN'S PLANS TO CLOSE 
HIGH WAGES MAY HURT EFFORTS OF LEAF WORKERS TO FIND NEW JOBS 
STATEMENT T<3 WORKERS 

UNION LEADER: DECISION HIT LIKE TON OF BRICKS 

A"ERICAN TOBACCO WRITES ITS LAST CHAPTER IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 
AN AMERICAN WORKER: IT'S LIKE A DEATH IN THE FAMILY 
PLANT CCULO HAVE A futu'E. DEVELOPER Says 
AMERICAN TOBACCO... ITS PROPERTY AND TAXES 
DURHAM FACTORIES ONCE RULED TOBACCO WORLD 
SHUTDOWN NOT A MAJOR BLOW TO CITY — LUGER 
OURHAM SHOULD GIVE WORKERS HELPING HAND 

reidsville (cartocni 

workers face lower- o aying jobs 

statement given employees 

plant's closing won't affect his restaurant. nance says 

closing to cut city, county tax revenues 

mayor: city economy will survive american closing 

american, union leaders are oiscussing shutdown 

reidsville welcomes leaf decision 

durham will lose big piece of its history 

american's closing may nip neighbors 

clearing the recoro 

gulley discusses shutdown's effects 

duke will remain american legacy 

mayor tells council oelay american react 

INSIDE 

SHOCK WAVES FROM CLOSING WILL SUBSIDE INTO A RIPPLE 

DURHAM CLOSINGS CHANGE LIVES 

GULLEY: UNIONS NEED UNITY 

AMERICAN GODO FDR RETAIL. NOT CENTER 

DOWNTOWN ECKEPO'S CLOSING 

AMERICAN, UNION D C FER TALKS 

AMERICAN, UNION DISCUSS TIMING OF PLANT SHUTDOWN 

PIZZA HOUSE CLOSES; ANNAMARIA TO RETIRE 

ANNAMARIA'S PIZZA HOUSE CLOSES 

WORKERS AT AMERICAN TO BEGIN MOVE 

330 OURHAM EMPLOYEES NEEOEO FDR AMERICAN PLANT IN REIDSVILLE 

OON'T RELAX RELDCATIuN EFFORTS FOR EMPLOYEES 

WINN DIXIE CLOSES LAKEwOOO STORE 

WINN DIXIE CLOSES LAKEwOOO STORE: NEW STORE CITED 

AMERICAN TOBACCO WORKERS MAY SET UP OWN BUSINESS 

PRIVATE AMBULANCE FIRM CLOSES JURHAM SERVICE 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CRIME ON PREMISES 
SEE ALSO CRIME VICTIMS 

WOODCROFT BUSINESSES ROBBEO 

STORE OWNER CONVICTED FDR SPREE OF BRFAK-INS 

NEIGHBORING BUSINESSES ARE ROBBED 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM. EMPLOYEES 



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SUBJECTS 



PAGE U7 
1/09/87 



S!S2i:B? N ?2Kf„S ^P!l!;i T KEEP MARY NOWELL AWAY FROM HER JOB 
WORKERS GETTING JACKPOT: ...EMPLOYEES TO SPLIT 51. 4 MILLION 

BUSINESSES. OURHAM, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. N.C.. LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S., LAYOFFS 

FLAV-O-SICH TO CUT 80 TO 90 OFF PAYROLL 

ftJ V "9" RICH WILL LAY 0FF 60-90 WORKERS 

IMPORTS CLOSE DURHAM PLANT 

?"^ R „9f TEKTILE MACHINERY SELLING PLANT IN DURHAM PARK 

CARBIDE'S PARK OFFICE UNSURE ON LAYOFFS 

NORTHERN TLLECOM LAYING OFF 75 PEOPLE 

TELECOM WORKERS LOSE JOBS 

PROTECTIONISM HURTS CONSUMERS 

AMERICAN TOBACCO TO CLOSE 

J2S. A S£P^9 OMPANr HAS 0EEP "UOTS IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 

E .? PL . 0YE I S SHOCKFD. CONFUSED OVER AMERICAN'S PLANS TO CLOSE 

STA? E tlENf S TS 4 WORK?RS 6F ' :C "' TS ° F l E * F W0RKERS T0 F1N0 NEW JOBS 

UNION LEADER: OECISION HIT IKE TON OF BRICKS 

AMERICAN TOBACCO WRITES ITS LAST CHAPTER IN DURHAM'S HISTORY 

AN AMERICAN WORKER: IT'S LIKE A DEATH IN THE FAMILY 

PLANT COULO HAVE A FUTURE. DEVELOPER SAYS 

AMERICAN TOBACCO... ITS PROPERTY AND TAXES 

SHUTOOWN NOT A MAJOR BLOW TO CITY — LUGER 

DURHAM SHOULD GIVE WORKERS HELPING HAND 

WORKERS FACE LOWER-PAYING JOBS 

STATEMENT GIVEN EMPLOYEES 

CLOSING TO CUT CITY. COUNTY TAX REVENUES 

M i Y 9 R ; f ITY ECONOMY WILL SURVIVE AMERICAN CLOSING 

S2fSJ5^.'^ U HIP5! LEADERS ARE OISCUSSING SHUTOOWN 

REIDSVILLE WELCOMES LEAF OECISION 

OURHAM WILL LOSE BIG PIECE OF ITS HISTORY 

SIRRINE MAY TRIM 10 PERCENT OF WORKERS 

RTP FIRM REPORTS UPCOMING LAYOFFS 

DURHAM CLOSINGS CHANGE LIVES 

S. E , u Sf ^ ICONUUCTOP TO LAY OFF WORKERS IN TRIANGLE 

oWl?? 0FF Y0F 05- ^RK L ER^^ ^ll^fl 4LI(;NMENT ° F M ""'"NDUCTOR 

GE CITES SLUMP, DROPS 200 WORKERS 

LCM TO CUT WORK FORCE BY MARCH 1 

LCM TO MEET CHALLENGE, DEY SAYS 

LCM PLANS EMPLOYEE CUTBACK 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, OPENINGS 
STORE OPENS 

NEW RTP LAB TO TEST PROOUCTS 
NEW IVEY'S OPENS AT SOUTH SQUARE 

BUSINESSES, OURHAM, PHILANTHROPY 

DUKE POWER OONATES 19,800 FOR PnoR 

CENTER PLE0GE0 580,000 BY BURROUGHS WELLCOME 

GTE VOLUNTEERS AIO COMMUNITY 

FIRMS SHOULD BACK MORE VOLUNTARISM 

^^5"h!K? Fg?S ^AS F MoKP- E RA E ,^I S ' ™ 6N L ° 0K F ° R * ^ J0 " 

AR E T A s R Gi;8r!iTi E Gj? R or j i[2^oDo iF oi PH^TenMr" 0015 

BUSINESSFS. DURHAM, PROPERTY SALES 

SEE ALSO LAND SALES, PR I VA TE-OWN EO 
SEE ALSO MERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

VIRGINIA REALTY TRUST BUYS WELLONS VILLAGE 

BURROUGHS PLANS FOR SALE OF SPERRY PLANT IN OURHAM 

LCM SALE TALKS MAY BE NEAR CONCLUSION 

NEW YORK INVESTOR BUYS LCM 

LCM WORKERS REACT POSITIVELY TO DEAL 

GULLEY SURPRISED AT SALE 

LCM IN DECLINE SINCE 1913 

LCM PLANT SOLO FOR 1137 MILLION 

LE BOW QUIET ENTREPRENEUR 

, THE . ^?,5I 0RY: FROM THE TOPS TO BOTTOM 

LCM OFFERS STAFF RETIREMENT PLAN 

LCM SALE GOOD NEWS FOR ITS WORKERS. CITY 

FORMER SPERRY PLANT SOLO " u ** eKi ' L ' ,T 

L , A 5fyR!?P„£ ENTeR < INN SELL FOR $7.9 MILLION 

mJIJ EN ? E 5£,5 EFKS TENANTS FDR LAKEWOOO CENTER 

UNION CARBIDE CLOSE TO DEAL ON DIVISION 

BUSINESSES. DURHAM, SALES AND EARNINGS 

OURHAM MERCHANTS HOPING TO SEE SMILING FACES ON TRIANGLE SHOPPERS 
BUSINESSES. DURHAM, SCHOOL SUPPORT 

111 itlo Durham El^ B icH8nLS QMM - RCE * PUBL,C E0UCATI ™ »S« FORCE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

CLEARINGHOUSE SET FOR BUSINESS GIFTS TO DURHAM Sf HOOI <; 

EFFORT SENDS OLD GOOOS TO CITY, COUNTY SCHOOLS 5CH00LS 

OURHAM SCHOOLS NEED SUPPORT FROM BUSINESS 

NON-TEACHERS CAN GIVE SCHOOL NEW DIMENSION 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, TAXES 

IRS SPOT-CHECKS DURHAM FIRMS 

RlYN0LDS°SuL^G P^A^i N MA2 USHaM ' CH4PEL HILL F,RHS 
REYNOLOS TAXES MAY BOOST ARTS CENTER 

BUSINESSES, EMPLOYEE OWNED 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYEE STOCK OWNERSHIP PLAN 
BURROUGHS STOCK OFFERING SUCCESSFUL 

THnKflXlMF TF R ';,i'i L L,f i , EC ?? E u l= A S &eST WO R KER-OWNED IN N.C. 
PM'ce'^ER^HeVpInS'wOR^R-" SSeM feu^f Js^" "™* ER -^ E ° BUStNES! 
CENTER HELPS WORKERS BUY COMPANIES TO SAVE JOBS 

BUSINESSES. EMPLOYEE THEFT 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO HONESTY 

SEE ALSO WHITE-COLLAR CRIMES 

51 MILLION IN JEWELRY IS STOLEN 

Ie'aVh 5 C A SNV^U D Ef F A T |?ER $I JE H WE L L LI ?^F J ^ FLRy ™ EFT 
IV^ik.lTHl^U'l^loT^n^" ""MATED AT 57.1,5 A MINUTE 

BUSINESSES, INTERNATIONAL, LAYOFFS 

CARBIDE'S PARK OFFICE UNSURE ON LAYOFFS 

BUSINESSES. N.C. 

Ill A 4 t!S IS P E?jN 6 ,SvE S STn 4 r E P " &,,4M 

111 itlg 5 0n |^S?E U EuI.nIsIeS^ 11 - ° N IHE ARTS * N0 HUMANITIES 

III A , L fS !. N £ U ? AT0R FACILITIES PROGRAM 

III iS-IS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. N.C. 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 



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S 2 10/29/86 C 1 N W8? 

H 2 10/30/86 B 1 N L41 

S 2 12/09/86 A I P N X51 

S 2 12/20/86 A 1 N M06 



H 2 

S 2 

H 2 

S 2 

H I 



2/11/66 A 

9/02/86 C 

9/07/86 D 

12/03/66 C 

12/04/86 B 



N M97 
N 



10/07/86 A 

10/08/86 A 

10/09/86 B 

10/12/86 D 

12/22/86 B 



A54 
L41 



S 2 4/09/86 C 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INUEX BY SUBJECTS PACE 11 Oil 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 l/0O/87'| 

S 1 T 

N E ELY 

P DATE C PC- I P BYL 

SEE ALSO HADE IN USA 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE GOALS AND P3LICY BOARO 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE COOPERATIVE VENTURES 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/01/86 D 4 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/04/B6 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/07/86 C 2 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/08/86 A 11 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/10/86 A 11 N 

STATE STUDIES PLIGHT OF TEXTILE WORKERS S 2 1/10/B6 C 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 l/U/36 A N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/14/86 C 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 l/l"5/86 B 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/17/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 l/l»/06 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H ? 1/21/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 l/2'/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/24/86 B « N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/25/86 A 9 N 

TAR HEEL STOCKS UP 25. bX IN '35 H 2 1/26/86 B 10 C N 

GOV. MARTIN PROPOSES NETWORK TO HELP SHALL BUSINESSES H 2 1/23/86 A 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/28/86 AON 

TRIANGLE BUSINESSMEN TO REPRESENT STATE DURING WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE S 2 1/20/86 A 1 t) W82 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 1/31/86 All N 

GOVERNMENT "BALANCES' BUSINESSES. CONSUMERS. ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS H 2 1/31/86 B 4 P N M97 

N.C. TO PROVIDE HELP FOR SMALL BUSINESSES S 2 1/31/86 A 4 E 

THORNBURG: STATE. FIRMS AID EACH OTHER S 2 1/31/86 C 1 N W82 

TRIANGLE BUSINESS MEETINGS. WORKSHOPS H 2 2/02/86 B 10 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/07/06 B 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/11/86 C 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/12/86 A 11 N 

BUSINFSS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/14/86 A 11 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/15/86 AON 

BUSINESSES TO CARRY SEATBELT SAFETY LOGO S 2 2/10/86 CON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/21/86 A 11 N 

BLACK C DECKER OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE CHANGES H 1 2/21/36 C 3 N 

COMPANY WILL KEEP PLANT OPEN H 2 2/23/86 BON 

BUSINFSS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/25/36 B 7 N 

BUSINFSS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/26/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 2/23/86 A 12 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/01/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/04/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/05/86 E 7 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/07/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/08/86 C 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/11/86 A 8 N 

GFOGKAPHER SAYS DOWNTOWNS CAN SURVIVE MALL COMPETITION S 2 3/11/36 C 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/12/36 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/14/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/15/86 C 5 P N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/10/86 A 12 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/21/86 C 6 N 

INSURANCE INDUSTRY PLANS PROGRAM TO AID BUSINESSES H 2 3/22/86 A 8 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/22/86 All N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH CAROLINA H 2 3/25/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 3/28/36 A 13 N 

BUSINESS CAN HELP STEM N.C. ILLITERACY PROBLEMS H 2 3/30/36 D 5 J 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/02/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/04/86 C 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/05/86 A 11 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/08/36 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/11/86 C 5 N 

STATE-CHARTERED BANKS SAIO HEALTHY H 2 4/13/86 C 10 U L41 

DECLINING DOLLAR OVERSEAS HELPS SOME N.C. BUSINESS H 2 4/14/86 B 1 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/15/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/16/86 A 12 N 

38 PERSON COUNTY FIRMS WILL GET SAFETY AWARD S 2 4/16/36 C 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/18/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/10/36 C 3 N 

2-DAY CONFERENCE TO STUDY INNOVATION. COMPETITION IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS S 2 4/21/36 A 6 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/22/86 C 4 N 

HE FOUNO USEO OISHES BIG BUSINESS H 2 4/22/86 A 12 P N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/25/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/26/36 B 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/20/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/20/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 4/30/86 A 12 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/02/06 C 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/03/86 C 3 N 

FIRM TO CELEBRATE COMPLETION OF PLAN FOR THE MEADOWLANOS S 2 5/05/86 A 10 N 

GOOOYEAR TIRE CO. MAY EXPANO N.C. FACILITIES S 2 5/05/86 A 10 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/06/86 C 4 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/07/36 C 3 N 

3 OURHAM COMPANIES RANKED AMONG LARGEST OWNED BY BLACKS H 2 5/08/86 D 4 N 

ROSE'S CELEBRATES MILESTONE BY HOLOING Iwhat ELSE?! A SALE! H 2 5/08/06 D 4 P U L41 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/00/86 A 13 N 

EXECUTIVE SALARIES CALLED MONEY WELL SPENT H 2 5/13/86 B 8 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/13/86 C 4 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/14/86 A 11 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/16/86 C 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/17/06 C 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/20/06 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/21/86 C 4 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH CAROLINA H 2 5/23/86 C 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH CAROLINA H 2 5/24/36 A 11 N 

BUSINESS BLOSSOMS IN RELATIVE OBSCURITY H 2 5/26/06 B 2 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/20/86 AON 

MANY 8USINESSFS MISS DEADLINE ON LISTING HA2AR00JS CHEMICALS H 2 5/20/86 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/30/86 A 13 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 5/31/e6 All N 

NEED A NEW CAP? NO SWEAT, HIRE SOMEONE TO BUY IT H 2 6/02/86 C 2 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/03/36 C 2 N 

SESSION EYES WORKER PROBLEMS S 2 6/03/86 C 1 N S33 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/04/86 AON 

N.C. BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/05/86 A 23 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/06/86 C 8 N 

TEXTILE PLANT TO BE REOPENED S 2 6/00/86 A 3 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/10/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/11/86 C 2 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/12/86 A 20 P N 

BLUE R ELL INC. STILL N. CAROLINA'S TOP PRIVATE COMPANY H ? 6/12/86 A 20 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/13/36 C 4 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/14/36 All N 

IS TH= BLOOM OFF OR IS THE MARKET JUST WAFFLING? H 2 6/15/86 C 12 " II L41 

REPORT SAYS N.C. ATTRACTIVENESS REASON FOR MANUFACTURING RISE S 2 6/16/86 A 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/17/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/18/86 AON 

N.C. BUSINESSES URGED TO GO AFTER FEDERAL CONTRACTS H 2 6/10/36 A 24 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/21/36 C * N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/21/86 All N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/24/06 B 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 6/25/86 A 11 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH CAROLINA H 2 6/27/86 C 5 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH CAROLINA H 2 6/26/86 C 2 N 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE H 2 6/23/86 C 2 N 

NUTS TO NORTH CAROLINA H 2 6/30/86 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H 2 7/08/86 AON 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 13/31/66 



BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

N.C, S.C. PLANTS HILL EMPLOY 3,200 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

MOTEL CONSTRUCTION BEGINS NEAR ROU 

BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

DEBTS FORCE N.C. COMPANY TO SFLL OUT 

FIRM TO CONVERT N.C. PLANT 

N.C. COMPANY ENJOYS HAVE OF MERGERS 

N.C. SMALL BUSINESSES' PROFITS JUMP 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

B5siNF 5 SS L HIGHL S iGHTS SES EL1G1BLF F0R <-0H- INTERE ST DISASTER LOANS 

DROUGHT CAUSING H0RE FACTORIES TO CUT PRODUCTION 

b^eTs^hlSgh'ts 4 - - AVER4GED «« J «»is§°i6 I} 8? 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS^IGHLIGHTr"" " DN ~" GR ICUL IURAL BUSINESSES 

PORNOGRAPHY BIg'bUSINESS IN N.C. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

bCs^ES? HIGHLIGHTS*' T ° LL ° N ^'NESSES 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

|3 C rp T 0W^.S SU R U E T H U^T D DR A k^ T B,^B P U?fN S E E S^ E AD JUST , NG TO. . . SHE PSONV UL E 
FIRMS SET TO PROTEST PROPOSED RATE HIKE 

f!; c ; . L I£!? L * IURE studies hoh to simplify licensing 

HE'S HOPING COMIC BOOKS HILL PAY HIS HAY TODHKF 
FARMERS' HOES EXTENO TO SUPPLIERS, DEALERS 

» N ii J^^tfSr^^rS'}" '" itinerant e Serch"ants 
R mV£. S „S 0U S HT to control itinerants 
incorporations IN N.C. TOP national rate 

Sc£?.?y S J2f SSES URGE0 TG USE WQRI -0 BANK 
p EPS CO SEEKS CHARTER MOVE TO N.C. 

5!c T :: L C E HI 5 Nrc P Eo^RAT C SN NO r| S A T D S visE U J IOU5 A B°UT... CHRISTMAS SPENDING 

CH^?TM;s H tA V Lr0^ UP L a E TrJ 4 5 i VE T ° T0B4CC0 

KEf^F^l ES cSr/sTMA^ GG H!^ bFa'hO^DAY ™ D 

B^f^ a DRAH°^0 ^ Sf R ^HOP^R^ N, - VA " T? ° NS **°™ D »°" "^ 
PLANS DISAPPOINT SMALL-BUSINESS GROUP 

BUSINESSES. N.C, AIR POLLUTION 
SEE ALSO AIR POLLUTION 

STATE LEVIES 15,698.907 FINE AGAINST COMPANY 

BUSINESSES, N.C, ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 

tic *, L ?H BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 
SE ARTSC»RE l c'?,vES BU |o?00-o' fS^GLaSu ™ E " TS AN ° HU " AN ' T ' E S 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 

COMPANY TO CLOSE OAY-CARE CENTER 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CLOSINGS 

SE S, ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM, CLOSINGS 
PLANT CLOSING TO LEAVE 250 JOBLESS 
"CLEAN TRUCKING SEEKS REORGANIZATION 

8u^!nEt8n°^r3uS F bIcks dIvelSpIr- SAys N - c - BUSINE5S G °°° 

PLANT TO BE CLOSED 

Hs^ls°LB',?l u ll" IE "«-'-S? U oor 4 ~° "OUK 

A BUSINESS THAT TIME PASSED BY 

SAHMUL IN CREEDMOOR TO II CL3SED 

SHFlsV^n^Tn ^! 1 ^ PL4NT N£1R HICKORY 

PL H ANT S C G L L ^,N T g N^uMT^'n IHh'^f 53 8 | S CL ° 5ING HER GRILL 

HILLSBOROUGH AtP TO CLOSE MAY 24 J BS 

?i!r,?, B PrSy & . H , r,RrlCERY CLOSING ON MAY 24 

CHAIN CLOSING THREE N.C. STORES 

N.C. BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

S^OVALL^S oSly D ;KtSy A5 CL B oI^ SHUT M " N 

WNNOR^OSeYplant' 5TATE S«<LLE CLOSING 

CRISTEX PLANT IN OXFORD IS CLOSING 

ROHAN INDUSTRY CUTS BACK TO SAVE MATER 

»?2„,t\2 IL . LS30ROUGH LOSING JOBS 

PLANT IN GRAHAM CLOSES 

COMPANY CLOSES MQORESVILLE PLANT 




BUSINESSES, N.C. EDUCATIONAL FUN0I NG 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS COMMITTEE FOR EDUCATION 
GLAXO RENOVATING UNC LABORATORIES 



GRANVILLE COUNTY SCHOOLS CHOS=N BY COMPANY Fnn niMoiiTco 
ELON COLLEGE, CARY TEACHERS NAMED 8 = ST N THFIn t??| U J E t " 
HAMM0N0S: REFORM, NG TEACHER EDUCATION MOST IMPORTANT ?! 



ER PROJECT 
)S 
ISSUE 
BUSINESSES, N.C, EMPLOYEES 

N.C. 43RD IN HORK CLIMATE STUDY 

CENTER HELPS HORKERS BUY COMPANIES TO SAVE JOBS 
BUSINESSES, N.C, FAILURES 

BUSINESSMAN SAYS HE HILL REPAY HIS INVESTORS HHO LOST MONEY 

BUS ;cl S 5FI?, SSSS! F °REIGN INVESTMENT 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

PASTRY ' FACTORY L4 L W A NNfiO " ABIUTY T0 SHUN S " AER,C4N CONNECTIONS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 



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AGE 119 








1/09/87 


N E 


S 

E 


I T 
L Y 




P D 


DATE C PC. 


L P 1YL 




H 2 


7/09/B6 B 6 


N 




H 2 


7/11/86 C A 


N 




H 2 


7/15/86 A 8 


N 




H 2 


7/16/86 A 9 


N 




H 2 


7/18/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


7/18/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


7/19/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


7/23/86 C 3 


N 




H 2 


7/25/86 C A 


N 




H 2 


7/26/86 A 1 1 


N 




S 2 


7/28/86 C 1C 


N 




H ? 


7/29/86 A 13 


N 




S 2 


7/29/86 A 3 


N 




S 2 


7/30/86 C 2 


N 




H 2 


7/31/86 C 12 


N 




S 2 


7/31/86 A 14 


N 




H 2 


8/01/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


8/02/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


8/05/86 D 5 


N 




H 2 


8/06/86 D 5 


N 




H 2 


8/08/86 C 5 


N 




H 1 


8/08/86 b 5 


N 




H 2 


8/09/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


8/10/86 C 5 


N 




H 2 


8/12/86 C 10 


N 




H 2 


8/13/86 A 9 


N 




H 2 


8/15/86 A 13 


N 




S 2 


8/16/86 C I 


N 




H 2 


8/19/66 D 5 


N 




S 2 


8/19/86 A 7 


N 




H 2 


8/22/86 A 12 


N 




H 2 


8/23/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


9/05/86 C 4 


N 




H 2 


9/06/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


9/09/86 A 9 


N 




H 2 


9/10/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


9/13/86 A 11 


N 




H 2 


9/14/86 D 12 


N 




H 2 


9/15/86 8 8 


N 




S 2 


9/15/86 A 8 


N 




S 2 


9/22/86 A 6 


J 




H 1 


9/27/86 C 1 


=» N 




H 2 


10/28/86 C 3 


N 




S 2 


11/04/86 A 5 


J 




S 2 


11/05/86 A 11 


J 




H 2 


11/11/66 C 14 


N 




H 2 


11/13/66 D 6 


N 




H 2 


11/15/66 A 13 


N 




H 1 


11/25/86 C 1 


N 




H 2 


11/27/86 C 17 


N 




5 2 


12/16/86 A 9 


N 




H 2 


12/21/86 C 13 


N 




S 2 


12/23/86 A 1 


N H82 




H 1 


12/24/86 C 1 


N S80 




S 2 


12/27/86 C ? 


N 




H 2 


12/28/86 C 10 


N 




S 2 


12/29/66 A 8 


J 




H 2 


12/23/86 B 3 


N 046 





H 3 


10/10/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/05/B6 B 


2 


N 


S 2 


1/04/86 A 


15 


N 


H 2 


1/11/66 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


1/16/66 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/17/66 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


1/21/86 A 


1 


N H82 


H 2 


1/22/86 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


3/06/86 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


3/09/86 C 


10 


N 


H 2 


3/12/86 D 


4 


N 


H 2 


3/14/86 B 


1 


P N H27 


H 1 


3/18/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


4/10/86 A 


1 1 


N 


H 1 


4/10/86 A 


22 


P N S80 


H 1 


5/01/86 6 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/02/86 B 


4 


N 


S 2 


5/02/86 A 


13 


N 


H 2 


5/19/86 B 


2 


N 


H 2 


6/05/86 A 


23 


N 


H 1 


6/11/86 C 


I 


N 


H 2 


6/21/86 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


7/27/86 D 


13 


N 


H 2 


8/03/86 C 


12 


N 


H 1 


9/30/86 C 


I 


N 


S 2 


10/14/66 B 


5 


N 


H 2 


11/01/86 A 


1 


N M10 


H 1 


11/04/66 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


11/06/86 D 


7 


N 


H 2 


11/20/86 A 


22 


N 


H 2 


11/26/86 A 


1 


N 


H 3 


11/26/86 C 


1 


N 861 


S 2 


11/27/86 C 


a 


N 


H 1 


12/04/86 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


10/15/86 C 


1 


N L90 


H 1 


10/24/86 B 


1 


N S80 


H 1 


10/25/86 C 


1 


N 046 


S 2 


11/18/86 A 


1 


3 N S92 


H 2 


9/30/86 B 


6 


N 


^ 1 


12/04/86 B 


I 


N 


1 2 


7/25/66 C 


7 


N 


H 2 


2/06/86 B 


1 


N S5I 


H 2 


8/10/86 C 


6 


N 


H 2 


8/12/66 


5 


N 



MONTHLY/AN 



1/01/86 - 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECT 



RJR NABISCO PLANS TO STAY IN SOUTH AFRICA 

BUSINESSES. N.C.. HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 

HEALTH CARE COSTS WORRY TRIANGLE FIRMS 

BUSINESSES. N.C.. LAYOFFS 

SFE ALSO BUSINESSES. OURHAM, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. U.S.. LAYOFFS 

LAIO-OFF TEXTILE WORKERS 5EING STUDIED 

ITT MOVING DIVISION 

STUDY OF TEXTILE JOBS COULD EN CONFUSION 

200 TO 500 DUKE POWER WORKERS AT NUCLEAR PLANTS FACING LAYOFFS 

96.000 TRUCKING JOBS LOST IN N.C SINCE 1980 

ITT TELECOM TO LAY OFF 1,200 »ALEIGH WORKERS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

RECPUITFRS FLOCK TO RALEIGH AETER LAYOFFS 

LAYOFFS BEGIN NEXT WEEK AT SAWMILL 

LAYOFFS BEGIN AT SAWMILL IN C5EE0M00R NEXT WEEK 

ITT TELECOM LAYING OFF ADDITIONAL 200 WORKERS 

ITT PLANS 282 MORE LAYOFFS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

N.C. BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

ITT TO FOCUS CN TELEPHONE TRANSMISSION EOUIPMENT 

U.S. -SOUTH AFRICAN TEXTILE PACT LUNACY 

DROUGHT FORCES LAYOFFS AT CANTON PAPER PLANT 

STATE PROGRAM HELPS WORKERS RETRAIN OR TRANSFER 

ITT TELECOM LAYS OF 109 MORE WORKERS 

SIECOR CORP. TO LAY OFF 8* OF WORKERS 

AGENCIES PLAN WAYS TO HELP LAtD-OFF WORKERS IN ORANGE 

BLUE BELL OFFICES REPORTED CLOSING 

80 LAIO-OFF WORKERS FILE FOR BENEFITS 

HILLSBOROUGH'S LAST TEXTILE PLANT TO CLOSE NEXT MONTH 

S=«[B ON FnR SARATOGA PLANT BUYER. GUILFORD OFFICIAL SAYS 

ATCT TO LAY OFF 350 M I NS TON- SA LEM WORKERS 

EMERGENCY MONEY DWINDLING 

APPiRCL MAKER MAY CLOSE SOME PLANTS 

SARATOGA WORKERS" FUND DEPLETED 

MISSION'S AID HONEY FOR EX-WORKERS GONE 

BUSINESSES. N.C. PHILANTHROPY 

PHONE COMPANY MAKES SI. 000 GI C T 

SPONSORS' LIST GROWS FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

BUSINESSES. N.C. PHYSICAL FITNESS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S AWARO FOR FITNESS AND HEALTH IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS 

STATE FITNESS AWARD COMPETITION BEGINS 

ANALYSTS AT WACHOVIA SEE NATION'S ECONOMY EDGING UP THIS Year 

northern telecom gets governor's award for fitness 

businesses. n.c. profits 

see also banks, n.c. sales ano earnings 
high-tech spinoffs spell business profits s 2 

stocks of largest n.c firms jp 39* in first half h 2 

businesses, n.c. peculations 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR The STUDY OF BUSINESS REGULATIONS 

see also regulatory agencies 
businessmen will discuss c coeral rules 
rules sought to control itinerants 

businesses, n.c.. taxes 

see also insurance premium taxes 
see also utility taxes 

r.j. peynolos appeals ppopepty tax case to u 

study shows winners. losers of tax change 

more insurance companies seek n.c tax refunds 

tax changes may hurt textiles but help tobacco 

efffct cf tax proposal on each state 

tax reform leaves state's inojstry warily optimistic 

state will get tax "ill windfall _ 

tc a «s f=0 m irs descending on ourham, chapel hill firms 

rules sought to control itinerants 

major tax battle expecteo in 1987 general assembly 

90x of n.c employers will see unemploy"ent tax drop 

n.c lobbyist won't oppose business tax hike 

businessfs. orange county 

see also chapel hill. n.c. businesses 
see also hillsborough. n.c. businesses 

governments t°p list of emplu'ers in orange county 

hillsborough's last textile plant to close next month 

8USINESS r S. SMALL 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES. DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY PROPERTY OWNERS ANC SMALL BUSINESSMEN 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO national FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO N.C. SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO PIED u ONT TECHNICAL COL. EGE S»ALL BUSINESS CENTER 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS CENTERS 

SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

SEE ALSO UMvi OF S N?C-CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL GF BUSINESS ADMIN. BUREAU OF BUS. 
SEE ALSO WHITE MOUSE CONFERENCE ON SMALL BUSINESS 

S"ALL BUSINESSES ORGANIZING FOR WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE 

SEMINAR TO FOCUS ON LOW- TECH FIRMS 

BUSINESSMEN WILL DISCUSS FEDERAL RULES _ 

NO SMALL TALK: THE WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON SMALL BUSINESS I AD 1 

CONFERENCE: CHANCE TO TELL GOVERNMENT WHAT YOU THINK 

white HOUSE CONFERENCE ON SMALL BUSINESS PLANNED 

gov. martin proposes network to help small businesses 

businessman raps tax policy at conference ,,.,,-„,-.,. r 

triangle businessmen to represcnt state during white "ouse conference 

12 from area to attend white house session 

n.c. to p»ovioe help for small businesses 

ourham seeks business park 

tax workshop for businesses to be march 7 

workshop set on s u all business taxes 

businessmen to be honored 

new waste rules to affect small firms 

new n.c. incub»to» program to 'hatch' small businesses 

displays. seminars to highlight small business week in durham 

no need to reinvent wheel , , 

business incubator program has cash but rule too stiff 

Durham chamber plans seminars on small business 

small-business owner uses marketing strategy 

furniture official predicts decline in small firms 

small business workshop planned 

curha" textiles inoustry leo by small specialists 

library will hold seminar on starting small business 

piedmont tech small business center planned 

n.c small businesses' profits jump 



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INSURANCE TOP ISSUE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES 

STATE HAS S600,000 READY FOR BUSINESS INCUBATORS 

MODEL LUNGS. AIO FOR DEAF SPRING FROM THEIR BASEMENT 

GAPS SAID KEEPING N.C. FROM COMPETING WITH SILICON VALLEY 

RESEARCH MONEY AVAILABLE FOR SMALL FIRMS 3 "- il - u ™ " lL " 

MAN WANTS BUSINESS PEOPLE TO UNITE AGAINST ZONING LAW 

GROUP PLANNING SECOND MEETING ON ZONING LAWS 

GROUP SEEKS FAIR ZONING 

SMALL-BUSINESS OWNERS VOW FIGHT ON ZONING 

CITIZENS JOIN zoning BATTLE 

MRS. HERON: ZONING CRITICS BEING UNFAIR 

™?/siSoS o :s^ l is N 58^s5 s cSsg E eENrE,,s T0 4SS,ST SM4LL busine »es 

^SsON^^A S kw'E7rsSA7? I e^SrN°E H S^SE S M7NAR F S Y SL L i C TlD NS,NG 
CUSTOM MOLOERS OWNER TO BE HONORED 
P ,H 4N .! DR TREYBURN SITE BACKED AFTER BRIEF SNAG 
BUSINESS OWNERS FIRST HAO A OX EAM 
WORK SESSION AIMS TO UNTANGLE ZONING KNOT 
CITV TO HEAR PLAN TO HELP SMALL COMPANIES 
OURHAM COUNCIL MULLS FIRMS' AIO 
DURHAM BUSINESS FAIR SET FOR NOV. I? 

LITTLE COMPANIES GET CHANCE T3 MEET BIG BUSINESS AT FAIR 
PANEL MULLS TAX BREAKS FOR FOLKS WITH HAKOSHIPS 
BUSINESSES JEOPARDIZED BY ORDINANCE S b 

COUNTY TO MEET WITH BUSINESS OWNERS 
SHOP OWNERS. COUNTY SEEK COMPROMISE 
BUSINESS FAIR 

DURHAM BUSINESS FAIR TERMED A SUCCESS 
y,f N . T y?§ CAPITAL INVESTMENTS U^GEO FOR N.C. 
DAYLONG SEMINAR PLANNED ON 'THE BUSINESS PLAN- 
PLANS OISAPPOINT SMALL-BUSINESS GROUP 

BUSINESSES. U.S. 

SEE ALSO CAREER PLANNING 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO COTTAGE INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO FRANCHISE BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO FREE ENTERPRISE 

SEE ALSO FRINGE BENEFITS 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO INVESTORS. U.S. 

SEE ALSO MAIL-OROER BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO MERGERS ANO TAKEOVERS 

SEE ALSO HINOPITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO NEW PROOUCTS 

SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

?cl }. L IH SySk IC " PRIV4T6 COOPERATIVE VENTURES 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, BUSINESSES 

!!?^r C 2c^ N ilL?l5I5 ICIING SMJKING IN OFFICES, PLANTS 
MANAGEMENT PROFESSOR WARNS 'THERE IS NO QUICK FIX' 
FUOUA TOUTS 'CAPACITY, CAPITAL, COURAGE' 
SURVEY: 36* OF FIRMS HAVE SMOKING RULES 
COULD CORPORATIONS HELP REDUCE DEFICIT? 

BUSINESSES, U.S., CLOSING 

? R gSR E SAS F B^T 4 kT S 0R^S° E W0N DE ? gE,S? ,CH ST °" ES H ' LL CL ° SE 

^SeTalIo ikSc-A^I * 8USE 

MARIJUANA: TESTING, DONE WRONG, CAN RUIN REPUTATIONS 
...THIS WHOLE "DRUGS-ON-THE-jriB" COMMOTION... (CARTOONI 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. EMPLOYEE SUPPORT PROGRAMS 
SEE EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. EMPLOYEE THEFTS 
SEE BUSINESSES, EMPLOYEE THEFT 

BUSINESSES, U.S., EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO JOB SCREENING 

?yj H 9'!,^ F y I y R f Ba SSES WILL GIVE FEWER ORDERS 
C?, E ; T 'V6 PLOYS USED TO BEAT DRUG TEST 

F2pinvl| T .iLJSIct E4 H; F4V0R4!,LE PECION FOR WORKERS. ST 
fTMk9! E I^iS 4 ??^ SS PROGRAMS CAN BOOST PRODUCTIVITY 
STUDY: COMPANIES SHOULD RECONSIDER ENCOURAGING EMPLOYEE 



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BUSINESSES, U.S., FOREIGN INVESTMENT 
SEE ALSO SULLIVAN PRINCIPLES 

S. AFRICA'S LEADERS NOT GETTING MESSAGE 

BUSINESSES. U.S.. INCOME TAXES 
SEE ALSO INCOME TAXES 

BUSINESSMAN RAPS TAX POLICY AT CONFERENCE 

FREE TAX WORKSHOP NEXT WEEK 

GTE CORP.'S TAX RATE LESS THAN It IN 



S TO RETIRE EARLY 



BUSINESSES. U.S., LAYOFFS 

III 4 !"?2 BUSINESSES, DURHAM, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO UNEMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

PTL CUTS WORK FORCE BY 25 PERCENT 

iKfE«tfTTKu s fiifs B iBgTB' , SSe , 1SB F0R GENERAL H0T0RS 

^ R [2Y§^S C S RP HT P NSrBE TO s8 U G0^ 6 ?8R J ?SE S Ksf" " " " 

BUSINESSES. U.S., PHILANTHROPY 
SEE ALSO PHILANTHROPY 

INDUSTRY ATTACKS ILLITERACY 

BUSINESSES. U.S., SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE .„ 4 t S0 . T OBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
"ORE BUSINESSES RESTRICTING SMOKING 
OFFICIALS: REPORT MAY SPUR CHANGES IN WORKPLACE SMOKING 

BUSINESSES, U.S., TAXES 

SEE BUSINESSES, U.S., INCOME TAXES 



BUSING. 






SEE SCHOOLS, 


N.C, 


BUSING 


SEE SCHOOLS, 


U.S., 


"USING 



BUTE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 

WARREN HOSPITAL'S REOUEST FOR AIO TO REOPEN DENIED 
BUTNER, N.C. 

SE l.. A t5° fEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT RUTNER 

hutKIS nSE AN ?i2 G g°*59 REVERSES REZONING ACTION 

?yio E 5 OFFICERS PROBING BREAK-INS 

CAMP BUTNER MEMORIES 

BUTNER LANO SALE REGULATIONS PROPOSED 



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SCL TO OPEN BUTNER OFFICE TODAY 

MAINTENANCE BUILDING BURNS 

•EYESORE" COMPLAINTS UNPESOLVEO 

PLAN FOR DURHAM TO TREAT HATE* FOR ORANGE OK • 

BUDGET PANEL TOUR BEGINS IN BJTNER 

RENOVATIONS GREATEST NEEO. BUDGET PANEL TOLD OUR I NG BUTN6R TOUR 

GRANVILLE BOARD WANTS CHANGES AT OUMPSTER SITE 

GPANVILLE DOG HARDEN USING TRANQUILIZER GUN 

DURHAM, HILLSBOROUGH NEGOTIATING ON HATER CONNECTION 

UTILITY FINALIZING PLANS FOR HILLSBOROUGH HATER 

GROUP OF BUTNER RESIDENTS OPPOSES COLLEGE LIBRARY SITE 

UNINCORPORATED TOWN GETTING NO "FREE RIDE' 

BUTNER. N.C.I CHRISTMAS PARADE 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS PARADES, N.C. 

AREA TUWNS GEARING UP FOR CHRISTMAS PARADES 

BUTNER, N.C, ORDINANCES ... . , ___,„.„,. 

BUTNER EOARO SNIFFING AROUND FOR RIGHT OOG ORDINANCE 
DEVELOPERS ASKEO TO WAIT BEFORE SUBMITTING PLANS 

BUTNER, N.C. SEWAGE TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO BUTNER, N.C, WATER AN1 SEWER LINES 
CREEOMOOR AWARDS CONTRACTS FO< PROJECT 
BUTNER PLANT UPGRADING DRAWS ONLY TWO BIOS 
BUTNER PROJECT BIOS COME IN OVER BUDGET 

BUTNER, N.C. STREET LIGHTS ... 

BUTNER BOARO TO ASK ABOUT STREET LIGHTS 
BUTNER SURVEY FINOS STREET LIGHTS WANTED 
UNINCORPORATED TOWN GETTING NO 'FREE RIDE* 

BUTNER, N.C. STREETS 

JUARRY TRUCKS MAY BE 8ARRE0 FRO" ROAD 
UNINCORPORATED TOWN GETTING NO 'FREE RIDE" 

BUTNER. N.C. TAX RATE 

BUTNER TAX RATE STAYS AT 20e. 



BUT RESIDENTS WILL PAY DOUBLE 



BUTNER.^N.C.^ELEPHONJS^ CREEQM00R M4¥ SEE p H0NE BUL HIKES. CHANGES 
•EQUAL ACCESS' FOR PHONE USERS BEGINS 

BUTNER. N.C. WATER AND SEWER LINES 

SFE ALSO BUTNER. N.C. SEWAGE TREATMENT 

^E*mi!hI S E SpVinCH.ES^BuI'cITY CONTINUES TO URGE CONSERVATION 
LAKES FALLING. BUT BUTNFR WATER ARRIVES 
BUTNER BOARD TO ASK ABOUT STREET LIGHTS 
SOUTH GRANVILLE WATER SYSTEM PROPOSED 
UNINCORPORATED TOWN GETTING NO 'FREE RIDE" 

BUTNER. N.C. ZONING 

S BUTNER PLANNING BOARD REVERSES REZONING ACTION 
DEVELOPERS ASKED TO WAIT BEFORE SUBMITTING PLANS 
•EYESORE" COMPLAINTS UNRESOLVED 
PLANNERS: BUTNER'S FUTURE WIDE OPEN 

BUTNER-CREEOMOOR NEWS 

BUTNER-CREEDMOOR PAPER UNAFFECTEO BY SALE 

BUTNER FIRF DEPT. 
CLARIF ICATION 

BUTNER PLANNING COMMISSION ,,._.. 

BUTNER PLANNING BOARD REVERSES REZONING ACTION 
BUTNER BOARO SNIFFING AROUND FOR RIGHT OOG ORDINANCE 
DEVELOPERS ASKEO TO WAIT BEFORE SUBMITTING PLANS 
BUTNER POARD IS AWAITING DEVELO°MENT PLAN 
BUTNER LANO SALE REGULATIONS PROPOSED 

BUTNER TAX RATE STAYS AT 20«, BUT RESIDENTS WILL PAY DOUBLE 
•EYESORE- COMPLAINTS UNPESOLVEO 
QUARRY TRUCKS MAY BE BARRED FROM ROAD 
STATE PLANNING TO DEVELOP LOTS ON BUTNER TRACT 
BUTNER PLANNING BOARD POSTS OPEN .,„„„„ 

FOUR NOMINATEO TO TWO SEATS ON' BUTNER'S PLANNING BOARD 
BUTNER BOARD TO ASK ABOUT STREET LIGHTS 
PLANNFRS: BUTNER'S FUTURE WIDE OPEN 
BOTANIST: RARE PLANTS IN PROJECT'S PATH 

BUTNFR PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SEE ALSO LIBRARIES, N.C 

BUTNER LIBRARY OUTGROWS SPACE 

GRANVILLE COUNTY TO BUY BUILDING FOR BUTNER LIBRARY 

COUNTY LIBRARY PROPOSED AT SOUTH GRANVILLE CAMPUS 

CREEOMOOR BOARD HEARS LIBRARY PLANS 

GROUP OF BUTNER RESIDENTS OPPOSES COLLEGE LIBRARY SITE 

BUTNER. CREEOMOOR SEPARATE LIBRARIES URGED AT HEARING 

BUTNER PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT. 

DRUG-BREAK-IN ARRESTS ARE MADF 

PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER CHARGED FOLLOWING WRECK 

CLARIFICATION 

SOHE TOWNS LOSE TRAINED OFFICERS BECAUSE OF PAY 

NEW TRUCK LIFTS BUTNER FIREFIGHTERS 

BUTNE BU?n1r-!tIK^ T TUDEM? C S H 2ay GO TO CREEOMOOR TO EASE OVERCROWDING 
BUTNEP-STEM STUDENTS MAY GO TO CREEOMOOR TO EASE OVERCROWOING 
GRANVILLE GROUP. SCHOOLS EYEING 50-ACRE TRACT 

"BUTTLEGGING" 

SEE CIGARETTES. SMUGGLING 

"BUY AMERICAN" 

SEE MADE IN USA 

BUY QUICK FOOD MART (ALSTON C WORTH AVE. I 

GOODS WORTH U.son STOLEN FROM BUY OUICK 

BUY QUICK FOOD MART ICORNWALLIS R D. I 
ROBBER HOLDS UP BUY KWIK STOR c 
CORNWALL IS FOOD MART IS ROBBEO 
MAN CHAPGEO WITH ROBBING FOOD MARKET 

BUY OUICK FOOD MART IS. BRIGGS C AMGIER AVE. I 
MAN CHARGED WITH EURGLARY 

BU "bUZZARd'rOCk'muRDERS PERPLEX INVESTIGATORS 
LINK PROBED IN OVERLOOK SLAYINGS 
EVIDENCE ELUSIVE IN MUROERS 

BYRD TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT _..„.». 

COMPANY OFFERS 10' DISCOUNT TO AREA FARMERS 



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1/03/86 


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2/08/86 


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5/07/86 


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7/12/86 


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8/09/86 


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9/12/86 


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12/10/86 


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12/11/86 


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1 


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8/19/86 


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9/10/86 


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10/03/86 


H 


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sao 


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11/19/36 


B 


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P N 


sao 


H 


3 


5/07/86 


C 


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N 




H 


1 


5/08/86 


B 


1 


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H 


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11/07/86 


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sau 



H ? 2/25/86 C 3 



H 2 1/16/P6 B 4 
S 2 1/16/86 C 4 
S 2 1/17/86 C 1 



S 2 7/25/P6 C 1 



H 2 5/25/86 C 6 
H 2 5/29/36 A 15 
H 1 8/05/86 C 2 



H 2 8/06/86 C 10 



MONTHLY/A 



N M U A L 
1/01/86 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



WORTHY NEWS STORY 'LOST' 

BYRO'S FOOD STORE I HI LL SBOROUGH RO«DI 
THIEF TAKES BREAK FOR A SNACK 

BYRO'S FOOD STORES 

SHOPPING CENTER IN ROXBORO SOLD 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUFANO SCULPTURE TO GREET CENTER'S VISITORS 

CHATHAM AGREES TO BUY STORE FOR OFF I C 1 S 

BYSSANOSIS 

SEE BROWN LUNG DISEASE 

C-12 (AIRPLANEI 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 
SEE ALSO BEECHCRAFT 

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT: N.C. NATIONAL GUARD, C-12 PLANE 

C-130 (AIRPLANEI 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES 

C-130S WILL TAKE PART IN EXERCISE 

CAPS 

SEE OUKE UNIV. COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES 
CARE 

DURHAM RESIOENTS INVITEO TO SUPPORT WORLD FOOD DAY 
CASH 

SFE COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SHEAKON HARRIS 
CAT SCANNERS 

SFE SCANNERS (MEDICAL EOUIPMENTI 

CB RADIOS 

SEE CITIZEN BAND RADIOS 



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P n DATE 
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H 2 2/23/86 



S I 

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1/22/86 

4/05/86 

4/05/86 

U/20/86 



11 

2 

14 



H 2 11/22/86 C I P U H49 
H 2 6/17/86 A 12 N 

S 2 10/13/86 A A L 



SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

UN.CersIty tTsELX C , 8? L STo'cV , ' AR '' UETTE N ° T ° N AR " IV LISTtNGS 

UNC TO SELL STOCK IN CBS 

UNC PULLS REVERSE, KEEPS CBS STOCK 

MEDIA HIDES REAL TRUTH 

CCL SOFTWARE ANO SYSTEMS, INC. 

N.C. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION OPPOSING PLAN TO UP SALES TAX 
CETA 

SEE COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMFNT AND TRAINING ACT 

CGCT (CITY GAS ANO TRANSMISSION! 

TAR HEEL OIL REFINERY OWNER SEES PROFITS IN GAS SHORTAGE 
Chaps center 

hi ibis AL-c«sM rREA ™ ?NT cENr « 5 - n.c. 

SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 

DRUG-ABUSE CENTER RECEIVES LICENSE 
CHR ASSOCIATES 

£rS^.*o P '52'' En F0P "ONALO MCDONALD HUUSF 

MCDONALD HOUSE PLANS APPROVED 

BOTANIST: RARE PLANTS IN PROJECT'S PATH 

CMD CORP. 

HOTEL SOUGHT ON MERIDIAN CAMPUS 
DOSSIER: RICHARD SCHALLER 



F D L U oSlsf.S'feh S ^?SG UG S.O TR !l^ L AU^ ULD BF *» 
I-^ISeV^IoTmaT^MAR^eV^y" '" ^"^ ' 83 - 50 °' S ' ATE FI 

woSk C Ud P 5 C way°3n E paJk^r^a E hote EAS,NG EEES LEVEL 



GURES SHOW 



"COLCUR" INVESTIGATION 



COD CHARGES 

CHANGE IN COO REGULATIONS SOUGHT 
CDLCOR 

SEE FEOERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 

CONTACT DURHAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM I 
III JMS "I5JS INTERVENTION PROGRAMS PR0GRAM1 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO PHONE-A-FRIEND 

£22 NE n!:,T? E T S £ AR J E 5 f0 * LATCHKEY CHILDREN 
NEW CONTACT DIRECTOR HOPES TO FXPANn PfinrptM 
^ NA ^ IA f;„ CRI5IS DANGERS CONTACT PRC ' GRA " , 

CRISIS FOR INTERVENORS 
CONTACT NEEDS HELP 
CONTACT NEECEO IN DURHAM 

D3SH.Mts , CON7^T S NEED N S EE F8^DS ,NANC,AU A '° T ° "NTINUE WORK 

c ° p E 'COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EDUCATIONI 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
CROP (ACRONYMI 

SEE CROP (ORGANIZATION TO RELIEVE WORLD HUNGER) 

CRS SIRRINE (FORMERLY J. E. SIRRINEI 

Sl5» TP NE SA P rTR, S M RA D E p D ER A ?^? §F 'W^' T ° W ™ K F ° R 
RTP FIRM REPORTS UPCOMING LAYOFFS 

CSX CORP. 

ROAD REMAINS SHUT WHERE TRAIN DERAILED 
"^OERSON MAY LOSE PASSENGER TRAIN sl° VICE 

"A S ?N N §^AlE A ! N , ER fL L |0 EN0ING E ° R "™°^°" 
5 R MoSE C C A SlM^^S ^kSv^ES G !p^LED H ^ E N°.C. 



C. A. DILLON SCHOOL 

? E 5"PfES FROM OILLON BACK IN BUTNER 

tinwi^thtri imnmn® escapeo erom c - a - 

5, E *?CH CONTINUES FOR ESCAPED TEEN 
JUDGE TELLS OFFENOERS TO OBEY SOCIETY'S RULES 
C. C. MANGUM INC. 



TRAIN DERAILMFNT 



DILLON 



1/18/B6 
5/31/36 
5/31/86 
6/04/86 
6/23/86 



N C52 

N M10 

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S 2 3/15/86 A 6 N 
H 2 12/10/86 C I N S80 



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6/19/86 
11/18/86 
11/18/86 
11/21/86 
11/29/86 
12/1 1/86 
12/13/86 
12/14/86 
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MONTHLY/A 



CONTRACT AWARDED FOR WIOENING ROAD 
CONTRACT AWARDED FOR WIOENING ROAD 

C. C. SPAULDING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
BETTY GANG WILL BE MISSED 

CITY C 5CHOOLS HIRE PRINCIPAL. FILL 4 ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS 

HILLSIDE TO GET NEW PRINCIPAL 

FALL SUN FUN 

SPAULDING WINS CHAMPIONSHIP 

C * E *VIRgYnIA BEACH APPROVES PIPELINE OE SI GN CONTR AC T 

C H. MASLAND C SONS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NOP TH CAROLINA 
BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

C. H. PENDER GROCERY 

SEE ALSO CEDAR GROVE. N.C. 
SEE ALSO COUNTRY STORES 

COUNTRY STORE AN INSTITUTION IN CEDAR GROVE 

C. KNOX MASSEY DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 
TREE CLIMBER AMONG WINNERS OF MASSEY AWARDS 

C. P. BUCKNER STEEL ERECTIONS INC. 
TALL ORDER 

C. T. WILSON CO. 
INSIDE 
3RO BID NEEDED ON ROU FUEL FA^M 

C. W. METCALF ANO FRIENOS 

ARTSCHOOL MIME SHOW DELIGHTFUL, POIGNANT 

C. W. STANFORD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOUL 

SEE STANFORD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL I H I LL S50ROUGH, N.C.I 

CABARET (PLAY ANO FILMI 

SPACE DE-FUSES SOUND 'CABARET 1 

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. _..-.... Tr r.r 

duke study finds high cholesterol levels in teens .=. , «„cn 

xhree-yeap study: american diet may affect heart sooner than believeo 

Cabins 

see log cabins 



SUBJECTS 



CABLE TELEVISION, 
SEE DUKE UNIV, 



DUKE UNIV. 
, CABLE TELEVISION 



CABLE TELEVISION, DURHAM 

SEE CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 

CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. „., 

SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF RALEIGH 

SFE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C, CABLE TELEVISION __ 

SEE ALSO HENOERSON AND OXFORD CABLE TELEVISION CORP. 

SEE ALSO PRIME CARLE 

PHONE U'ERS SHOULDN'T PAY FOR OTHERS' FRILLS 
CAPTAIN CABLEVISION TOLD TO DOFF MASK 
COTTON MILLS TOLD TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS 

CABLE TELEVISION, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 
SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF OURHAM 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO SATELLITE TELEVISION ...„,. 

ESPN PRESIDENT SEES CABLE MAKING NETWORK CHALLENGE 

CABLE TELEVISION ADVISORY COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 
AN INCONVENIENT HEARING 

CABLE TELEVISION CONVERTERS 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION 
THE SAUCER WARS 

CABLE 13 

SEE OUKE UNIV. 



CABLE TELEVISION 



CABLEVISION OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION AOVISTRY COUNCIL 

SFE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISIUN 

SEE ALSO TELEVISION 

CABLEVISION MANAGER LEAVING 

DURHAM LOSES CABLE-TV HEAD 

SCHOOL PROGRAM TO BE SHOWN ON CABLE TV 

CABLEVISION CHECKING CONNECTIONS 

MS. S»ITH WINS CABLE SCHOLARSHIP 

MAYOR IS SUBJECT OF CABLE PROGRAM 

CABLEVISION TO SHOW TAPE OF HEALTH FAIR 

CABLE TV TO SHOW HEALTH FAIR PROGRAM 

AN INCONVENIENT HEARING 

CABLEVISION ADDS SHOP-AT-HOME CHANNEL 

CABLEVISION OF RALEIGH 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 

RALEIGH CABLE TV SAYS COST HALTEO PLAYBOY CHANNEL 

CACTI 

CACTUSES ARE GREAT SUPVIVORS 
AUGUST IN DURHAM HAS UNIQUE CHARM 

CACTUS GROUP (MEDICAL COMPUTER PROGRAM PACKAGE! 

ENTREPRENEURS WERE SEEKING 14 MILLION AT VENTURE ' 

CADAVERS 

SEE ALSO AUTOPSIES 

SANDLIN TRIES TO RENEW HIS MORTICIAN LICENSE 
UNC OFFICIAL SLOWED SANDLIN PAYMENTS — WITNESS 
SANOLIN DECISION EXPECTED IN 30 DAYS 
SANDLIN'S LICENSE REVOKEO 
BOARD BARREO FROM TAKING MORTICIAN'S LICENSE 

CADBURY SCHWEPPES PLC .,--_ 

RJR NABISCO SOFT-ORINK SALE PRcDICTEO 

CAOBURY SCHWEPPES NEGOTIATING FOR RJR SODA SALE 



7/15/86 

7/16/86 



3/06/86 
4/15/86 
6/17/86 
6/17/86 
11/01/86 
11/01/86 



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N J40 
N S84 
P R76 
P R76 



H ? 3/0S/86 A IS M N 



5/24/86 
6/17/86 



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11/05/86 


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H 2 7/18/86 D 7 P R W66 



5/12/86 A 
5/14/86 B 



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3/13/86 A 4 


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3/18/86 C 12 


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5/0B/86 A 26 





H 2 5/18/86 B A P N MIA 
H 2 U/27/86 A 4 E 
H 2 3/18/86 A 4 F 





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1/23/86 B 


3 


N 


s 


2 


1/23/86 A 


14 


N M6" 


H 


2 


3/28/86 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/86 A 


16 


N 


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5/02/86 A 


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N 


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10/21/86 A 


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4 


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H 2 2/01/86 B 



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S 2 8/U/86 B 1 P F S27 



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1/22/86 
1/23/86 
1/25/86 
4/0")/86 
5/13/86 



5/16/86 
5/17/86 



N 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N 046 

N S82 



MONTHLY/4 



N N U A L 
1/01/86 - 



INDEX 
U/31/B6 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 125 
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BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CADILLACS 

SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 

HAVE VOU BUILT A PRETTY DEVELOPMENT? 

CAFFEINE 

PROBE OF FOOD ADDITIVES SOUGHT 

CAJUNS 

SEE ALSO ZYOECO MUSIC 

QUEEN IOA BRINGS LOUISIANA SOUND FOR SHOW AT UNC 

CALCIUM 

CALCIUM MAY COMBAT CANCER. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE 

N.C. RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION OPPOSING PLAN TO UP SALFS TAX 

WMRJP9IL tt t!EKm& " r " SMARr ° ,ET AN ° »«'?« 

CALCULATORS 

EDUCATOR SAYS CALCULATORS HAVE PLACE IN CLASSES 

CALDWELL. N.C. 

CALDWELL HOLDS 1ST JULY 4 FETE 

TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS: NO MORE TALK ABOUT ZONING 

CALDWELL MAN FACES 10 NEW SEX CHARGES 

CALDWELL COUNTY, N.C. 

CALDWFLL GETS FUNDS TO S TUOY INCINERATOR 

TOMBSTONE OF TOM DOOLEY'S VICTIM STOLEN 

LAW OFFICERS BELIEVE FOUR SLAVINGS LINKED 

RASH OF MURDERS BAFFLES RANDOLPH, CALOWELL POLICE 

CALDWELL STREET APARTMENTS 

CHAPEL HILL DEVELOPMENT SNAGGED AGAIN 
TWO PUBLIC HOUSING PROJECTS SET TO OPEN 
PINEY MOUNTAIN HOUSING PROJECT INSPECTION OK 

CALEDONIA PRISON 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 

INMATES STAGE WORK STOPPAGE AT CALEDONIA 

CAT FIGHT BREWING AT N.C. PRISON 

PR ISON REFORM NEEDED 

9SI5,tI CALEOONIA PRISON UNIT GET REPRIEVE 

INMATES WIN CORN-GROWING COMPETITION 

CALENDARS 

SEE ALSO END RIVER CALENDAR 

WILDLIFE CALENDAR SKIPPED FEB. 20 

LATE-ARRIVING CALENDAR TIMELY 

tMujT »T?n P-. SE5II5 G f = CHAPEL HILL CALENDAR LOOKS TO OLYMPICS FESTIV 

CAL^D^S E CATE^¥r]' V A^ B TASy^ E '- H ' LL ""'"-"HERS «« ™ R CHRISTMAS MARK 

CAL IFORNIA 

SEE ALSO FRESNO, CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO HOLLYWOOD 

SEE ALSO LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO PROPOSITION 13 

SEE ALSO PROPOSITION 63 

SEE ALSO SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORMIA 

F "-r,,rrllT?I S „Fj l<E N * C " 4,>E WORRYING CALIFORNIA 

THE WEST COAST I CARToSSl* S0UTHERN CALIFORNIA MISS LIBERTY... ICARTOONI 

gSfei F p R Srfc^°!!{Sgu^i U ?Rgf^?TloS ACC0 LnBB¥ ,F '-AT-E»RTH SOCtETV 

*ttftS581\M? c 8>iiTS"K8i*tilli5fft AND FI5CAUT ^sponsible 

LANGUAGE LAW NOT NEEDEO 
THE PULSE OF AMERICA 

CALIFORNIA, WINE 
SEE ALSO WINE 

CALIFORNIA WINE: 



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7/25/86 C 



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2/19/86 b 1 N *81 
2/19/86 A 5 N 



6/18/86 C 

11/17/86 A 

11/25/86 A 

11/29/66 A 

12/30/86 B 



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CAL IFORNIA AC 
NEW VERS 
SCHOOL B 
SCHOOL P 
COUNTY A 
SCHOOL B 
N.C. STU 
STUDENTS 
TEST SCO 
CITY STU 
TEST RES 
STUDENTS 
3 OF 5 C 
SCHOOLS 
BLACK-WH 

CALIFORNIA AN 
CHADWICK 
CHADWICK 



THE SPOTLIGHT'S ON LOW PRICES 
HIEVEMENT TEST 

i9H-°E... T ?5I SEEN LIKELY TO REDUCE SCORES 
CARD DELAYS VOTE ON RETENTION POLICY 
? a "°T!ONS: CITY INCLUDES NEW STATE STANDARDS 
CCEPTS STATE-MANDATFO SUMMEP SCHOOL PLAN 
OARDS OK PROMOTION RULES 
DENTS' SCORE ON CAT TOP PREDICTIONS 
SCORE BETTER THAN EXPECTED ON TEST 
RES ENCOURAGE COUNTY SCHOOL OFFICIALS 
DENTS SCORE WELL ON N" W ACHIEVEMENT TEST 
ULTS SHOULO IMPROVE CURRICULUM 
•TEST SCORES ABOVE EXPECTATIONS 
U Y ,5F.K 0a k C.RAOES TOP AVERAGE IN NATIONAL TES 
TO STUDY DIP IN TEST SCORES 
ITE TEST SCORE DISCREPANCIES WORRY BOARD 



GELS 
SHINES IN ANGELS' INTRASOUAD GAME 
NEAR LIFE AS AN ANGEL 



CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SYNDICATION, I N r . 

?£ s i. HER0N: SPEED SALE OF COURTHOUSE 
COURTHOUSE SALE DELAY MAY COST TAXPAYERS MONEY 
CALIF. FIRM RESCINDS COURTHOUSE BIO 
CHAMBER PON"ERS COURTHUUSE OPTIONS 
SLOWNESS CITED IN COURTHOUSE SALE COLLAPSE 
OLD COURTHOUSE CAN EASE SPACE CRUNCH 
rJ, , Vc DR n?,1l, I £ E 5i; COURTHOUSE IS M UL LEO AGAIN 
CALIF. DEVELOPER TO GET MONEY BACK 
COURTHOUSE DECISION SHOULO BE MAOE SOON 
CRITICISM UNWARRANTED 

CALLIGRAPHY 

SEE ALSO PENMANSHIP 

CALLIGRAPHERS' GROUP TO PRESENT SLIDE SHOW 

CALVANOER, N.C. 

FIRE DAMAGES CALVANOER CABIN 
INDUSTRIAL PARK DRAWS OBJECTIONS 

S5ii?! N SiAg!5 c p M N ;f TR {g? u i E "T UL AREA NEAR ="■**■«« 

e;^bo^o r b p a an o ?;5s?! d 6.§jj.n& a ks8 r ?;s c h,lliford 

AGENCY WANTS RIGHT TO TAP LINE 

calvert school 

see durham acaoemy 

Cambodian refugees 
see also refugees 



ALVANOER INDUSTRIAL AREA 



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7/15/86 A 


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T T C50 


H 2 


7/24/86 A 


4 


T T R56 


H 2 


8/24/86 c 


15 


N 


S 2 


11/28/86 A 


1 


N 


S 2 


12/05/86 A 


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H 2 


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SOUTHEAST ASIAN REFUGEES SEEK RELATIVES LEFT 9E"INO 

THE ROAD TO FREEDOM: SAPHAN BRINGS NEW UNDERSTANDING TO SGHS 

CA-ELOT ACAOEMY 

CAMPLPT ACADEMY MAY HAVE TO CLOSE 
SCHOOL INCLUDES G1FTE" STUOENTS 
LEAnE" KEEPS SCHOOL SMALL. FLEXIBLE 

CA»ED (MUSIC GROUP! _ , „. , .,, 

METAL. FUNK. RAP MIX WELL IN CAMEO CLOSING ACT 

CA-E°AS 

SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 

CAMERA PURCHASE'S ENTITLED TO REFUNO 

CA-ERON BROWN CO. 

WTL"INGTON LAWYER IS ARRESTED BY FBI 

FIRST UNION MORTGAGE CORP. NEW C AMER 3N-PR0WN NAM C 

CAMERON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL I HIL L SBOROUGH, N.C. I 
MOST COUNTY SCHOOLS GETTING NEW PRINCIPALS 
NEW PRINCIPALS ASSIGNEO TO ORANGE SCHOOLS 

rA"EROON 

N.C. WOMAN REPORTED SAFE IN CAMEROON 

WOMAN REPORTED SAFE IN CAMEROON 

DUKE STUDENT TO INVESTIGATE LETHAL CAMEROON LAKE GAS 

CAMP BUTNER 

Camp euTNER MEMORIES 
REMEMBER VEAZEY RIOGE? 
DURHA-'S HOSPITALITY 

CA-P CHESTNUT RIDGE 

SHE SPENT HONEYMOON IN HOGAN 

CAMP CIVITAN 

SE SUMM6R CampYakES^DISABLEO CHILDREN ALONG ROAOS THEY'VE NEVER TRAVELED 

CA»P GEIGER 

SEE ALSO CAMP LEJEUNE 

MARINES CANCEL KP DUTY 

MARINE IS KILLED AT FORT GEIGER 

CAMp'gRAHAM REGISTRATION IS UNOER WAY 

CA-P KALEIDOSCOPE __ , 

SEE ALSO CA-PS I SEE ALSO names OF campsi 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER „„„,-„... 

I NATIONAL GROUPS HONOR OUKE'S KALEIDOSCOPE PROGRAM 

DUKE'S CAMP KALEIOOSCOPE RECOGNIZEO 

CAMP LEJEUNE 

SEE ALSO Camp GEIGER 
HOMEMADE BOMB FOUND IN 
N.C. SAILORS. MARINES 
RESIDENTS FIGHTING LEJ 
KLAN-CELATED ACTIVITY 
LEJEUNE MARINES OFF Li 
KLAN: MARINES HELPED W 
TWO MARINES KILLED AND 
MORTAR KILLS 2 MARINES 
MARINES CANCEL KP DUTY 
IT'S NO JOKE. PRIVATE 
LEJEUNE MARINE PLEADS 
MARINE IS KILLEO AT FO 
WEOOING PRESENT TURNS 
MAN IS CHARGED WITH TH 
CAMP LEJEUNE CUTS EXPA 
SOME SERVICE "EMBERS S 
CORRECTION 

DEDICATION NEXT WEEK F 
MARINES SCRAPPING KP D 
BEIRUT BOMBING me»ORIA 
MEMORIAL HONORS SERVIC 
OEOICATION OF MEMORIAL 
BROYHILL CALLS FOP PRO 
ONE YEAR OLDER 
MILITARY BASES LEARN 
CAMP LEJEUNE TO BE EXP 



MARINE WALL LOCKER 
PART OF 6TH FLEET 
EUNE EXPANSION 

SOLDIERS ALLEGED 
BY A 
ITH SUPPLIES. TRAINING 

FIVE INJURED ON "ORTAR RANGE 



- HAVE A NICE MEAL 
GUILTY I N BOMP CASE 

RT GEIGER 

INTO $3.25 "MLLIJN GIFT 

REE SLAYINGS IN 196 1 

NSION PROJECT 

AID STILL INVOLVED IN KLAN GROUPS 

OR LEJEUNE MEMORIAL TO BEIRUT BOMBING 

UTY 

L WILL 3E DEDICATED TODAY 

EMEN K ILLEO IN PEIRUT 

TO SLAIN SERVICEMEN 
BE OF MEDICAL CARE AT BASES 

ROM B C ST-RUN CO"PA.'.!ES 
ANOED BY ABOUT 39,310 ACRES 



CA"P NEW HOPE (ORANGE COUNTY, N.C.I 
REAL HOPE AT NEW HOPE 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SEE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

Campaign CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT, N.:. 
SEE ALSO ELECTION LAWS 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, U.S. , 

SEE ALSO FAIR CAMPAIGN PRACTICES COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS ,„„..„„.. 
CANDIDATE'S USE OF OwN EMPLOYEES CONTESTcD 

CAMPBELL SOUP CO. 

STUDENT SALES TO GET more SCRUTINY 
FARM UNION'S VELASOUEZ TO VISIT AREA 

CAMPBELL UNIV. IFOPMERLY CAMPBELL COLLEGEI 
CAMPBELL "ONORS BURLINGTON WO"AN 
«r;;, = jv rj <EYNOTE SYMPOSIUM AT CAM,">ELL 
CAMPBELL FUNO 0°IVE OVER TOP 
FANFAO?: CA-PPELL TESTING 

CAMPBELL UNIV.. CJMMfNCEMENT „„.-_ 

CAMPBELL ANNOUNCES DURHAM-AREA GRAOS 

CA»P»ELL UNIV.. GIFTS 

CAMPBELL FUND DRIVE OVER TOP 

CA»PBELL UNIV.. STUDENTS 

CAMPBELL STUDENT DISCOVERED SLAIN „_„. 

MS. PHILLIPO GETS SPOT IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
CAMPBELL STUOENT. 21, DIES IN FIRE 

CAMPBELL UNIV. LAW SCHOOL 

FPwER LAW GRAOS PASS N.C. BAR EXAM 

3 OF 12 CENTRAL GPAOS PASS BA= 

BAR EXA» SCOR=S SIGN OF PROGRESS AT NCCU 

CA»PBELL UNIV. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

CAMPBELL WILL OPEN ITS PHARMACY SCHOOL 



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CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS. BASEBALL 

STATE'S ORMSBY BREAKS RECORD 

UNC TOPPLES CAMPBELL. WINS 1, SOOTH BASEBALL GAME 

TAR HEELS WIN MILESTONE 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS. BASKETBALL (MEN) 
ECU 76. CAMPBFLL 60 
WILLIAMS' HEROICS SAVE HOYAS 

CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO BACKPACKING 

SEE ALSO CAMPS ISEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS 

SEE ALSO WILDERNESS AREAS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO YMCA (GENERAL I 

UNC HOUOING CAMPING CLASS FOR WOMFN IN APRIL 

?T^I. ! ,9 NA k GROUPS HONOR DUKE'S KALEIDOSCOPE PROGRAM 

STUOENTS RAISE 11.100 CLEANING UP ROADSIDES 

CAMPERS SHOULD RESPECT ANIMALS 

SCOUT FROM TURLINGTON DESCRIBES BEAR ATTACK 

CAMPING IS INEXPENSIVE FUN 

CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO CAMP KALEIDOSCOPE 

SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPSI 
SEE ALSO DAY CAMPS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPUTER K AM P 
HI *L|g |CKERD o WILDERNESS EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS OF CLEARWATER. FLORIOA 

SEE ALSO YMCA (GENERAL) 

THINGS TO 00 THIS SUMMER 

SHE SPENT HONEYMOON IN HOGAN 

SUMMER RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES 

REAL U HOP£ AT U NEW T HOPE 4NNOJ ' 4CES GR4NTS F0R SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS 

CAMPUS CLUB OF OUKE UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMPUS CLUB 

CAMPUS DRIVE 

A CLEAN SLATE 

CAMPUS HILLS PARK 

PARKS. POOLS ON BOND LIST 

GUNSHOT REPORTS KEEP DURHAM POLICE BUSY 
PANEL TO DISCUSS BUILOING SWIMMING POOLS 
BUILDING PLANS SPARK DEBATE 

CANAOA 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUOIES PROGPAM 
ACID PAIN ACCDRO CHEERING 

CANADA. TRADE 

RHETORIC ON FREE TRADE CAN BE VERY CONFUSING 

U.S. /CANADA DAM; RED, WHITE IV BLUEPRINT (CARTOON! 

U.S.. CANADA STUMBLING ON PATH TO FREER TRADE 

WAR WITHOUT WINNERS 

CANAOA DRY 

RJR NABISCO SOFT-DRINK SALE PREOICTED 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CANAOA WEEK 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CANAOIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 
DUKE SETS CANAOA CELEBRATION 
CANADIAN WEEK SET ON CAMPUS 
CANADA WEEK AT OUKE IADI 

CANAOIAN GEESE 

IT'S GEESE GALORE-RIOUS AT THIS LAKE 

CANADA GEESE COUNT UP, BUT NOT ENOUGH 

DECLINE IN GEESE SUBJECT OF HEARING 

. I . S r UE u ,9r.,^ N4 2 A , G005E DECLINE WILL INOICATE COMMISSION'S AIM 

N.C. HUNTERS FACE SHORTENED SEASON FOR CANAOA GEESE 

CANAOIAN STUDIES CENTER 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUOIES PROGRAM 

CANCER 

III ALS-S AMe'r'ic'an ESSIS sSciTty 1 ^ 1 " C4NCER TRE * r ^NT CENTER 

SEE ALSO BLACKS. U.S.. CANCER 

SEE ALSO BONE HARROW TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ALSO PREAST CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER PREVENTION STUOY II 

SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 

SEE ALSO CERVICAL CANCER 

SEE ALSO CHEMOTHERAPY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN. CANCER 

SEE ALSO COLON CANCER 

SEE ALSO DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DUKE CANCER SUPPORT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE CANCERGRAM 

SEE ALSO OUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO HOOGKIN'S OISEASE 

SEE ALSO INTERFERON 

SEE ALSO LEUKEMIA 

SEE ALSO LUNG CANCER 

SEE ALSO MISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 

Ice 4 i"IS M"r* EI!!E R ! AL HOSPITAL, CANCER TREATMENT BUILOING 

til ALSO ORAL* "InCER H °S plra l- CHILDREN'S CANCER CLINIC 

SEE ALSO Ovarian cancfr 

SEE ALSO SKIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO TESTICULAR CANCER 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, HEALTH EFFECT' 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CFNTFR 

NUTRITION KEY IN BEARING C ANCE R TREATMENT CENTER 

KATE SMITH HAS SURGERY FOR CANCER 

ffiSBK^Ks'Si&nfJIfcSIES CANCER 

CA!icl°-c8NF S EKE S NC^k^T^ E FSp G ^PT^ l R - R ! 4CTOKCENTER5 
CANCER-CAUSING CHFMICAL CATCHES FOA IN BIND 
DETECTIVE IN BATTLE WITH CANCER 
CANCER SCAM NETS WOMAN 6-MONTH TE'M 
WOMAN WITH HOOGKIN'S DISEASE KEEPS ON 'PUSHING- 
HOUSE COULD OFFER PATIENTS SHE LTER .FRIENDS 
OOUBTFUL CONCLUSIONS 

£ P , E J C t„ 4 I?, 1V4|L4BI - E F0P the c ost OF A TOY 
2fm E n J?r?, EG { N .5 ERVICE F0R CANCER OUTPATIENTS 

?u?t?Sg C ^n^ E r R Sisk ,s C h^al R th F faIr URE p8,nt 0CT - 10 " u ""«WCE 

CANCER TESTS 1 DAY 



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R CLONING 
IV. COMPRE 
RON 

RESEARCH 
IVATIVES 
RON 

F N.C.-CHA 
HBAT CANCE 
MENT FOR C 
FOR CANCEP 
N SERVICE 
HT CANCER 
AL TOPIC A 
DOCTOR STU 
S PROLONGS 
TY GRANTS 
SEARCHERS 
HUNORS 6 
EEKS '82 V 
TO PAY FO 
KOREAN RE 
CONFERENC 
ING' AIOIN 
LOW OOSES 
E FLIGHT 
ING USED T 
ER-CAUSING 
S RADON-CA 
PS MONITOR 
RESEARCH 



RECOVERY 

UNC OOCTURS WARN 



HENSIVE CANCER CENTER 



PEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 
R, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE 
ANCER AT DUKE CAN IMPROVE 

DETECTION NOT FOOLPROOF, 
TO OPERATE AT PARK 
AT un: MEETING 

UNC 
DY PLATELETS 

CHEMOTHERAPY HELPS CURE 
AWARDED TO SIX AT DUKE 
SFE LIMITS TO INTERFERON 
DUKE "ESEARCHEKS 
OLUNTEERS 
R STUOY OF APPLE 

SEARCHER. DUKE COLLIDE IN COURT 
E TODAY 
G SEARCH FOR CANCER TREATMENTS 

OF RAOIATION NO THREAT TO WORKERS 

SOMnARO CANCER 

CHEMICALS HOPES COMMON LINK EMERGING 
NCER L INK 

OVARI AN CANCER 



CANCER SCREENING PROGRAMS , 

CANCER SCREENING BOOSTS CHANCE OF CURE 
ANNUAL TESTS RECOMMENOEO 

C4N0L ^NONE I S0L0 BEFORE THEIR TIME,' CANDLESTICK M 4 KER SAYS OF PRODUCT 
CANDLE-MAKING LIGHTS UP LIFE OF 30-YEAR-OLO WINGATE MAN 

CANDLELIGHT TOUR OF HISTORIC OAKWOOO HOMES 
SEE ALSO HOUSE TOURS 

RALEIGH TOUR DEC. 13-1* 

CANOLEMAS DAY 

SEE ALSO GRPUNOHOG'S DAY 

SEE ALSO HOLIDAYS (SEE ALSO SPECIFIC HOLIDAYSI 
IT'S GROUNOHOG'S DAY TO SHINE 

CANDY 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

WOOD FOUND IN EGG 

CHAPEL HILL STORE REMOVES CANDY 

WOOO IN CANDY BELIEVED TO BE ISOLATEO INCIDENT 

PIECE OF METAL FOUNO IN CANDY EASTER BUNNY 

NUTS TO NORTH CAROLINA 

PEANUTS IN EVERY BITE 

S«I URGES CAUTION AFTER RAZOR BLADE FOUNU IN CANOY PACKAGE 

CANE CREEK CLOGGERS „ „ . 

THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 

CANE CREEK CONSERVATION AUTHORITY ,_.',„_ rncc 
APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS PFRMIT FOR CANE CREEK 
COURT OKAYS OWASA POWER TO TAKE LAND 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR , _„_ 

SEE ALSO DROUGHT, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO DROUGHT, ORANGE COUNTY 
SEE ALSO UNIVERSITY LAKE 

CAN ENO ASSOCIATION SAVE FLOOD PLAINS? 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS PERMIT FOR CANE CREEK 

LANDOWNER UNSURE OF NEXT STEP IN FIGHT 

OWASA TO LET FUNDS CU 

OWASA GOING PUBLIC WITH BUDGET IN HEARINb 

VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION TO BE ASKEO 

COURT OKAYS OWASA POWER TO TAKE LAND ..,„.. ,,,,- 

TOP COURT WON'T REVIEW APPEAL IN CANE CREEK CONDEMNATION CASE 

RESIDENTS FEEL CRUNCH OF WATER REGULATIONS 

ORANGE COUNTY SEEKS EMERGENCY WATER SUPPLY 

AGENCY OKS WATER DEALS 

LAKES, SPIRITS RISE WITH RAIN 

CANE CREEK BONO SALE AUTHORIZED 

WATER PUMPED FROM LAKE HOLT — ONLY BRIEFLY 

RAIN RAISES LAKE LEVELS 

OIRT OOAO TO RESERVOIR ENDS IN COURT 

LOWEST BIDS UNOER BUDGET FOR CANE CREEK RESERVOIR 

CANE CREEK RESERVOIR PUMPED Empty 

COUNCIL BLASTS WATER AGENCY 

BILLINGSLEY: CHANGES NEEDED IN WATER RULES 

AGENCY WANTS PIGHT TO TAP LINE 

LAKES REMAIN LOW IN ORANGE 

CANE CREEK PACKAGE NEARING COMPLETION 

TEERS SELL LAND FOR COMPLETION OF RESERVOIR 

CLEARING THF RECORD 

OWASA HOPES TO CLOSE TEFR DEAL WEONESOAY 

TEERS, OWASA CLOSE DEAL 

CANNING (FOODI 



DATE 



PC L P BYL 



ZUMWALT FEELS AGENT ORANGE HE OROERED RAVAGED SON 

ALAMANCE COUNTY HAS NEW CANCE' TREATMENT CENTER 

CANCER SCREENING BOOSTS CHANCE OF CURE 

NCCU SETS CANCER CONFERENCE 

EARLY DETECTION CAN BEAT CANCER 

BARBECUE TO BENEFIT CANCER VICTIM 

FORMER DUKE PHYSICIAN ADMITS TO MERCY KILLING 

•PASSIVE SMOKERS' RISK C ANCER- -STUOY 

CANCER, OUKE UNIV. SYMPOSIA 
SEE OUKE UNIV., SYMPOSIA 

CANCER, VAGINAL 

SEE CERVICAL CANCER 
SEE PAP SMEARS 

CANCER DIAGNOSIS 

TEST FOR COLON CANCER CAN SAVE LIVES 

C4NCE GR0WIN& N NUMBER OF LOW- INCOME BLACKS WITH CANCER ALARMING NCCU SPEAKER 

CUTTING BLACKS' CANCER RATE IS FOCUS AT NCCU 

CANCER PREVENTION STUDY II 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

CANCER STUOY SEEKS '82 VOLUNTEERS 

CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO OESIGNE 
SEE ALSO OUKE UN 
SEE ALSO INTERFE 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL 
SEE ALSO PAF DER 
SEE ALSO ThERMOT 
SEE ALSO UNIV. 

CALCIUM MAY CO 

NEW HEAT TREAT 

BREAST X-RAYS 

EPA INFORMATIO 

SCIENTISTS FIG 

GENETIC MATERI 

GRANT TO HELP 

STUDY INDICATE 

LEUKEMIA SOCIF 

OURHAM-AREA RE 

LEUKEMIA GROUP 

CANCER STUOY S 

CANCER SOCIETY 

REPUTATIONS OF 

CANCER THFRAPY 

•DESIGNER CLON 

STUDY SUGGESTS 

AN INEXPLICABL 

SHOCK WAVES BE 

TRACER OF CANC 

SURVEY SUGGEST 

BLOOO TEST HEL 

REVAMP CANCER 



2 10/13/86 A 

1 10/15/86 C 

2 10/29/86 B 
2 10/30/86 C 

2 ll/OS/86 A 

3 11/12/86 C 
2 12/09/P6 B 
2 12/21/86 C 



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N 2 11 



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1/11/86 


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1/24/86 


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2/26/86 


H 


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3/06/86 


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H / 


3/07/R6 


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S 7 


3/31/86 


B 


6 


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H / 


5/00/86 


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1 


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6/05/86 


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1 9 


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6/06/86 


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10/1C/86 


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S 2 12/27/86 A 



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3/27/86 B 

3/27/86 C 

3/28/86 C 

4/0?/86 A 

6/30/86 A 
11/08/86 



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N 810 



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7/04/86 A 



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881 


H 


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6/12/86 


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881 


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3 


11/25/86 


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SUBJECTS 



PAGE 129 
1/09/87 



PHONELINE ANSWERS CANNING OUESTIQNS 
CANNING REQUIRES CARE 
MEAT CAN BE CANNED IN FALL 

CANNON MILLS CO. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

COTTON MILLS TOLD TO PAY MEDICAL BILLS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: NORTH CAROLINA 

N.C. REMAINS NEAR BOTTOM IN UNIONIZATION 

TEXTILE UNION SUING MURDOCH OVER PENSION FUND 

SUIT CLAIMS PENSION FUNOS MISUSED 

CANNON MILLS CO.. SALES AND EARNINGS 

FIELDCSEST CANNON SALES. EARNINGS UP 

CANOES 

SEE ALSO BOATS 

SEE ALSO WHITEWATER PADDLING 

R0?KINE 4 S0WN°TH? A RlCES t " HE ° ,GS C * MOeS ° UT ° F CVPRESS 
ANCIENT CANOES FOUND AS PHELPS LAKE SHRINKS 

CANTALOUPE 

SE A SHC^TrTsEASC^ * LS ° NAHES lf SPECIF ' C FRUITS ' 

CANTERBURY TALES 

TEXTBOJK BY FIVE N.C. PROFESSORS BANNED FROM SCHOOLS IN FLA. CITY 
CANTON. N.C. 

52 TREATED AFTER CHLORINE LEAK 

CAPE CARTERET. N.C. 

OFFICER IN CHASE IS INJURED 

CAPE FEAR BROADCASTING CO. 

TWO STATIONS TO AIR KWESELL'S TALK SHOW 

CAPE FEAR RIVER 

TRANSPORTATION BOARD APPROVES CONTRACTS 

HE WANTS FEAR OUT 

MAN DROWNS RETRIEVING SKI 

CAPE FEAR TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 

SI MILLION LOST IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE CLASS SCAM 
PENDER CLASS SCAM NETS 11 MILLION 
CFTI EYES NEW FRAUD POLICY 

i F , N ?.T,,5!j HO ?':..^ 4M "USING NEW GUIDELINES 
J^ T iIyI E r SC4N04L LIKELY TO G90W. PROSECUTOR SAYS 
SRI PROBES FAKE CLASSES AT MITCHELL SCHOUL 
RULES ADOPTED TO PREVENT PAY FOR PHANTOM COURSES 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFICIALS S c EK WAYS TO PREVENT FRAUD 

rasfimsBif? aj£Kfcs^s"srSS £,K boI^f^cees ^d 

COMMUNITY COLLEGES BOARD ADOPTS RULES TO HALT FAKE CLASSES 

CAPE FEAR VALLEY HOSPITAL I FA YETT EV IL L E , N.C.I 

WHAT'S IN A NAME? BABY LABELS RANGE FROM BOOZE TO BIKES 

CAPE HATTERAS, N.C. 

OUT-OF-STATE MUSEUMS VIE FOR MONITOR ARTIFACTS 
PROTECTION SOUGHT FOR HATTERAS DUNES K " hal - Ib 

CAPE HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE 

lISKthoUsI EfcSESg? 4RQUND " PE HATTERA * LIGHTHOUSE 
C , A ?l,:o ,A i rER ? S , T L J GHTH0USE " ,0VE PROPOSED BY GROUP 
IMIfS'S LIGHTHOUSE SHOULD NOT RE MOVED 
HATTERAS KEEPERS' QUARTERS OPFNS 
SyS!r PR 2 FE 5, S 9 R: SEAWALL WILL DOOM LIGHTHOUSE 
DEBATE SWIRLS AROUND N.C. LIGHTHOUSE 

CAPE HATTERAS NATIONAL SEASHORE 

PARK RANGERS TO BURN THICKETS 

SEASHORE CAMPGROUNDS NOT OPEN FOR EASTER 

CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

FBI INVESTIGATING FIRE ON CAPE LOOKOUT 

?2.'^fc?A^ NEARS F0R M0ST SHACKLEFORO ANIMALS 

SHACKLEFORO BANKS ANIMALS TO BE ROUNOEO UP AND SOLD 

CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORITY 

SEE N.C. CAPITAL BUILDING AUTHORITY 

THE CAPITAL CENTER (RALEIGH, N.C.I 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS: TRIANGLE 

CAP JJ 4L CLASSIC (HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALII 

SE lEtb^A P Dl[Nl E R A Y M OUEL BA !N E p^p L ALrs S TAR'G E ME ALSO HEA0 ' NGS UN ° ER E AC " 
CAPITAL CREOIT CD. 

CHAPEL HILL COUPLE WINS AGENCY LAWS'JIT 

T A r R , • a "*f , g E 9 > ^ *S^. ,-^00 IN COLLECTION AGENCY SUIT 

LEGAL HELP IS AVAILABLE TO HARASSED DEBTORS 

CAPITAL FACILITIES FFES 

SEE ALSO PUILOING CONSTRUCTION 
SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 
SEE ALSO IMPACT FEES 

,*!L AU . T0 TAX 0N COUNCIL'S 1987 LEGISLATIVE WISH LIST 

LEGISLATIVE LIST MAY INCLUDE NEW !f=i 

COUNCIL OEFERS ACTION ON BUILDING FEE 

CAPITAL FORD 

HOWARD FORD MAY BF SOLD 

DURHAM FORD DEALERSHIP STILL BELIEVED OWNED BY HOWARD 

CAPITAL HEALTH SYSTEMS AGENCY 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE 

SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS, N.C. 
SEc ALSO RURAL HEALTH CLINICS. N.C. 

ANNOUNCEMENT: DURHAM CO. APPOINTMENTS TO CAPITAI HPAITH tyci«[t 

PANEL & IVE C S E °- L I°..9S PER S ^..£gyVI!.^«S.ING A SDM AL 6E , D ALrH SYSTMES... 

SEN 

NUR 

PE . R 2. urN "UifllAL, LtNIER TO ! ' i >E 40 li 

roiSSrPM ^LOCATION OF NURSING HOME BEDS 

S R , AN i'LLE TO HOLD PLANNING BOARD HEARING "AY 



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7/11/86 
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H 2 12/11/86 A 19 N 



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10/04/86 


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10/04/86 


A 


1 


s 


1 


10/08/86 


A 


7 


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10/1 1/86 


A 


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10/17/86 


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10/26/86 


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H 2 3/30/86 C 7 o N 
H 2 11/20/86 A 26 N 



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4/20/86 C 


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4/23/B6 A 


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2 2/23/86 B 9 N 
2 3/29/86 A 10 N 



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1 1/14/86 C 

2 2/15/86 B 



H 2 2/04/86 A 



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H 2 4/06/86 6 7 N C 36 



S 1 7/30/86 A 3 
H 3 7/31/86 b 1 
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H 2 12/12/86 B I N S51 
S 2 12/12/86 A 1 N H70 
S 2 12/16/86 C t N H70 



2/08/86 C 1 
2/12/86 A 11 



J > ,c,'^,. i t? E 2 Ul - E0 0N PERSON COUNTY NURSING HOME BEDS «■-•""■■■ 

^ cTHolr^L^ciNT^ TO DR D?V?^E F Tb^ TLH MSTWS ^^ " N6L 



AGENCY FAVORS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL REQUEST FOR FACILITY IN SANFORO 



2 


2/13/86 E 


A 




I 


2/26/86 B 


N 




7 


3/06/86 B 


N 


83H 


I 


3/14/86 B 


N 


S80 


1 


3/27/86 8 


N 


S80 


1 


4/03/86 B 


N 


S80 


/ 


4/03/86 A 


N 




1 


5/06/86 C 


H 


H60 


2 


5/31/86 C 


N 


C60 


i 


6/03/86 C 


N 


C60 


i 


6/05/86 C 14 


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C60 



MONTHLY/A 



INDEX 
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SUBJECTS 



TIMES YES.. I 40 1 
TIMES YES ON THE MAY 



BOND. 



I AOI 



DOWNTOWN 



MEMORIAL GETS BACKING FOR SANFORO MONEY CENTER 

DUKE TO UPGRADE MEDICAL COMPUTERS 

USE OF KIONEY-STONE SMASHER DESERVES OK 

PERSON HOSPITAL LOSES 810 FOR NURSING HOME BEOS 

LACK OF ACTIVITIES AND COSTS CITEO IN NURSING BED CHANGE 

DUKE MED CENTER WILL UPGRADE SYSTEM 

DISCHARGED MENTAL PATIENTS CAUSING CONCERN 

HEALTH AGENCY FEARS EXISTENCE IS IN JEOPARDY 

A GOOO OUESTION: WHO NEEDS AGENCY' 

HEALTH AGENCY TO MOVE MONDAY 

HOSPITAL TO SEEK OK FOR OPEN HEART SURGERY 

SIX HEALTH AGENCIES IN U.C. ARE LOSING FEDERAL MONEY 

CAPITAL HEALTH AGENCY BRACES FOP CUTOFF OF FEDERAL MUNEY 

HOSPITAL PLEADS CASE FOR DOING HEART SURGERY 

PUBLIC HEARING SET TONIGHT ON IHREE HEALTH CARE PROJECTS 

CAPITAL HOLDING CORP. 

CAPITAL HOLDING REGISTERS 13% OPERATIONS GAIN 
CAPITAL HOLOING TO BUY STOCK BACK 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, OURHAM ICIPI 

180.6 MILLION BOND PACKAGE DRAFTED FOR CITY 

PROPOSED CITY PROJECTS 

12.75 MILLION AOOITION TO BOND PLAN BACKED 

PANEL BACKS CITY BOND ISSUE VOTE 

CHAMBER SUPPORTS CITY BOND ISSUE OF 183 MILLION 

SPEAK UP ON BOND ISSUE 

COUNCIL SETS BONO CONTENT, DATE OF VOTE 

BOND ISSUE INCLUOES 2 POOLS 

CITY COUNCIL SCHEDULES MAY 6 BOND ISSUE VOTE 

COUNCIL AGREES TO MAY 6 VOTE ON BONO ISSUE 

SELLING BONO ISSUES MAY BE DIFFICULT JOB 

COUNCIL FINE TUNES BONO PROPOSAL AFTEP BRIEF HEARING 

LITTLE COMMENT GIVEN ON BONO REFERENDUM 

BOND VOTE CAMPAIGN IS PROBABLY TOO LATE 

GROUP TO PUSH PASSAGE OF 183.6 MILLION BOND ISSUE 

GROUP FORMS TO PROMOTE BOND VOTE 

CITY POND COMMITTEE HAS AN IMPORTANT TASK 

FEDERAL CUTS EXPAND CITY BOND ISSUE 

BONO VOTES SPUR DURHAM SERVICES 

CITY NEEDS PLANTS TO PURIFY WATER 

NEW SEWFR PLANT PART OF BONO 

MAKE DURHAM 10 TIMES BETTER. VOTE 10 

HAKF DURHAM 10 TIMES BETTER: VOTE 10 

BONO FUNDS NEEDED TO REPAIR CITY ROADS 

BUS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS IN REFERENUUM 

BOND ISSUE WILL IMPROVE CITY HOUSING 

PEOPLE'S ALLIANCE ENDORSES DURHAM'S BOND REFERENDUM 

THE CITY'S BOND ISSUE: 17 MILLION SOUGHT FOR HOUSING AID 

EDITORIALS WILL FAVOR, EXPLAIN POND ISSUES 

J POOLS IN BOND PACKAGE 

BONO ISSUES SHOULO GET VOTERS' APPROVAL 

HOUSING BONOS NEEDED 

THE MAY 6 CITY BOND PACK AGE--WHA T ■ S IN IT FOR YOU? (AOI 

CITY POND ISSUE: HYDROELECTRIC POWER RETURNS 

FUNDS TO RENOVATE CAROLINA THFATER, SCIENCE MUSEUM IN BONO REFERENDUM 

GIVE ARTS, MUSEUM A BOOST 

PARKS, POOLS ON BOND LIST 

FIRE STATION, RAOIO TOWER IN POND PLAN 

FAR-SIGHTFONESS IN RECREATION 

THE MAY 6 CITY BONO PACK AGE--" WE • R E GOING TO VOTE YES." (AOI 

BONO PACKAGE INCLUOES LAKF MICHIE GENERATORS 

KENNY ROGERS LIVE: MAKE DURHAM 10 TIMES BETTERS I AD I „,«.,,« ,.„, 

ANOTHER GOOD REASON TO VOTE Y>= S ON THE MAY 6 BOND: THE N.C. MUSEUM. .(AOI 

FIRE STATION, TOWER BONDS NEEDED 

1750,000 EARMARKED FOP BUS SYSTEM 

BONDS WOULD PAY FOR SEWER EXPANSION 

SAMPLE BALLOT 

NEW BUS TERMINAL NEEDED 

CITY OF OURHAM NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC NOTICE 

THEATER BONO FUNDS OPPOSEO 

USERS WOULD RETIRE BONOS 

14.2 MILLION SOUGHT FOR GARBAGE OISPOSAL 

CITY NEEDS NEW LANDFILL 

114.9 MILLION SOUGHT FOR STREET WORK 

PRESERVED CAROLINA THEATER CAN SERVE MANY IN OURHAM 

BONDS WON'T SUBSIDIZE THEATER 

TWO REASONS TO VOTE YES ON THT MAY 6 BOND I AD I 

"WE'RE GOING TO VOTE YES. "THE MAY 6 CITY BOND PACKAGE. I AD I 

BONOS WOULO HFLP FINANCE EXPANSION OF WATER PLANTS 

GUIDE TO ELECTIONS 

STREET IMPROVEMENTS VITAL 

MAY INSIGHT 

WAIER IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED 

CITY BOND PROPOSALS NEED TO BF APPROVED 

SAMPLE BALLOT FOR TOMORROW'S VOTING 

DURHAM VOTERS CONSIDER 183 MILLION BOND VOTES 

10 MORE REASONS TO VOTE 

TURNOUT, ENDORSEMENTS KEY IN DURHAM 

CITY VOTERS SAY 'YES' TEN TIMES TO BONO ISSUE 

BONDED IN COURAGE 

CITY VOTERS APPROVE ALL BOND ISSUES 

A PRIORITY LIST FOR BONOS 

BONO BACKERS SHOW THEIR FAITH IN DURHAM 

OURHAM BONU VOTE BOOSTS COUNTY HOPES 

NEWSPAPER APPLAUDED 

BOND RANKINGS DIVISIVE 

CITY MAY HIKE FEES TO PAY FOR GARAGE 

CITY BUDGET PANEL VOTES TO OMIT 5-JFFICER PATROL 

TRYING TO DUCK TAX INCREASE, CITY PANEL AGREES TO TRANSFER 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, DURHAM CO. ICIPI 

COUNTY'S eONO PROPOSES SEPTEMPER BOND REFERENDUM 

OURHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SPECIAL SESSION IADI 

OURHAM CO. POARO OF COMMISSIONERS SPECIAL SESSION 

GROUPS SEEKING 1103 MILLION THROUGH BOND REFERcNQUM 

GROUPS WANT PIECE OF BOND-ISSUE PIE „„.„„ 

NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL TOP COUNTY PRIORITY IN 22-PART BOARD PLAN 

CAPITAL SPENDING ON COUNTY BOARD AGENDA 

BOND ISSUE FOCUS OF COUNTY SESSIONS 

COUNTY SCHOOLS TO SELL LANO 

PROJECTS LIST FOR BOND VOTE IS 1156 MILLION 

COUNTY EYES BONO PRIORITIES. WATCHES EFFECT ON TAX RATE 

BOND VOTE CAMPAIGN IS PROBABLY TOO LATE 

HALF-CENT SALES TAX HIKE NEEOFD FOR BONO ISSUE 

COUNTY POARO SEFKS SPENDING INPUT FROM SCHOOLS, LIBRARY 

OURHAM BONO VOTE BOOSTS COUNTY HOPES 

COUNTY BONO PACKAGE WILL GET FAIR HEARING 

NEW SCHOOLS TOP WISH LIST ... 

WATER-SEWFR WORK PATES 1ST. ..AMONG BOND PROJECTS 

COUNTY MANAGER ASKS 117.5 MILLION FOR SPACE NEEDS 

COUNTY SETS JUNE 16 HEARING ON BONOS 

COUNIY SCHOOLS ASKING FOR 142.5 MILLION 

ADDITIONAL PROJECTS COULD PUSH BONOS UP TO 1126 MILLION 

OURHAM COUNTY TO 5EEK HOTEL-MOTEL TAX 

SHARING HOTEL TAX TOUGH DECISION FOR CITY, COUNTY 





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6/23/86 A 11 


N 


H 1 


6/24/96 B 


1 


N S30 


S 2 


7/07/86 A 


1 


N P88 


H 2 


8/08/86 B 


1 


N C6C 


H 2 


8/14/66 B 


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N A 54 


H 2 


8/20/86 A 


4 


E 


S 2 


8/28/86 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


9/U/B6 B 


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N C60 


H 2 


0/02/86 A 15 


N 


H 2 


0/02/86 3 


A 


N C60 


H 2 


0/22/86 C 


1 


N C60 


H 2 


1/1B/86 B 11 


N 


H 2 


8/07/86 A 21 


N 


H 2 


0/05/B6 14 


N 


H 2 


1/10/86 B 


1 


N S51 


H 2 


1/10/R6 B 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/24/86 E 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


1/24/86 A 


1 


N M69 


H 2 


2/01/86 A 


6 


N W36 


H 2 


2/04/86 A 


A 


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H 2 


2/25/86 A 


1 


N S51 


S 2 


2/25/86 A 


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N M69 


S 2 


3/13/86 A 


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N B46 


H 2 


3/14/86 A 


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N S51 


H 2 


3/17/B6 A 


A 


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H 2 


3/21/86 B 


1 


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S 2 


3/21/86 A 


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S 2 


4/03/86 A 


4 


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4/09/86 C 


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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



COMMISSIONERS COOL TO HIGHER SCHOOL TAX 

COUNTY STIRS UP 90N0 ISSUE 

PRIORITIES KEY TO FINAL BOND PACKAGE 

BOND ISSUE HILL NEED "PIZZAZZ' TO GET VOTES 

1120 MILLION CAP SET FOR BOND REFERENDUM 

1120 MILLION LIMIT PUT ON BON? ISSUE 

COMMISSIONERS GRAPPLE TONIGHT WITH BUDGET 

COMMISSIONERS TO SET BOND ISSUE. BUDGET 

COUNTY TO GET 1120.6 MILLION BOND REFERENDUM 

COUNTY SETS BONDS AT 1120.6 MILLION 

RACE ENTERS OEBATRE OVER BOND ATTORNEYS 

COUNTY BOND PACKAGE SHOULD BE SUPPURIEO 

LESS BOND IMPACT ON TAXES SOUGHT 

COUNTY OFFICIALS SUGGEST 9 GROUPINGS FOR BONDS. PPEDICT REPAYMENT COSTS 

BnND TOTAL TO BE SPLIT INTO 9 ISSUES 

CHAMBER BACKS BOND PROPOSALS 

COUNTY POND CAMPAIGN TO FOCUS ON EDUCATION 

ARTISTIC MERIT COMES FIRST 

COMMISSIONERS TO GET BONO-VOTF QUESTIONS 

BOARD SHUNS USE OF TAX PROCEEDS DESPITE WARNING 

COUNTY SETS SEPT. 8 FOR BONO-ISSUE HEARING 

OROER AUTHORIZING BONDS (ADI 

COMMISSIONERS HEAR CONCERNS. SET BOND REFERENDUM NOV. 4 

COUNTY SETS NOV. 4 POND VOTE 

N.C. COMMISSION OK S COUNTY'S BONO REFERENDUM 

NOTICE OF BOND REFERENDUM IN THE COUNTY OF OURHAM, N.C. I AD I 

PANEL NAMEO TO PROMOTE BOND PASSAGE 

BOND ISSUE QUESTIONS TO BE AIRED 

COMMISSIONERS OK BONO PAYOFF PLAN 

BELL: SALES TAX NEEDED REGAROLESS OF BOND ISSUE 

COUNTY'S PROPOSAL ON BOND REPAYMENT RAPPEO AT FORUM 

MERCHANTS GROUP SUPPORTS BUND ISSUE 

BOND ISSUE FORUM DRAWS CRITICISM 

BOND REPAYMENT PLAN REASUNABLE APPROACH 

NOTICE OF BOND REFERENDUM IN THE COUNTY OF OURHAM. N.C. IAOI 

REGISTER BY MONDAY 

MARTIN'S SCHOOL PLAN DESERVES CONSIDERATION 

BOND MONEY WOULD ALLOW SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS 

CANDIDATE RAPS BONO ISSUE 

ARTS WOULD TAKE CENTER STAGE W I TH BONOS' PASSAGE 

WHY 00 WE NEED THE BUNOS? (ADI 

BONDS PLANS INCLUDE HnuSING AID 

11 MILLION IN BONDS TAGGED FOR SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION 

THIS BOND'S FOR YOU. (ADI 

SCHOOL BONDS OPPOSED 

GROUPS PLAN TELFPHONE CAMPAIGN TO PROMOTE BONDS 

16.9 MILLION PLANNED FOR NEW WATER LINES 

PACKAGE INCLUDES MONEY for PARKS 

SALES TAX UNFAIR WAY TO PAY FOR NEW COUNTY BONO ISSUE 

EDITORIALS WILL EXAMINE MERITS OF BOND PROJECTS 

BOND FUNDING UNFAIR 

THE COST OF FAILURE. VOTE YES ALL NINE! OURHAM COUNTY BONDS IADI 

127 MILLION PLANNED FOR WATER. SEWER 

BOND ISSUE TO BE AIRED 

NEARLY 11 MILLION WOULD GO TO LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED 

BONO PROPOSAL HAS INEQUITIES 

110 MILLION FOR COUNTY OFFICES INCLUOEO IN BOND ISSUE 

ARTS. MUSEUM: A GOOD VISION 

HOUSING BOOST NEEDED 

BONDS CHEAPEST WAY TO GET MUCH-NEEDED COUNTY PROJECTS 

WATER. SEWER BONDS BENEFIT LAND DFVELOPFRS 

MRS. MCCUTCHEON CITES 'FISCAL COMPETENCE' 

A GOOD IDEA. BUT... 

BOND AIM: SOME GREEN SPACE 

WITHOUT BONDS. OURHAM COUNTY WILL HAVE TU MAKE UP FOR LOST TIME 

MORE DATA NEEDED 

COUNTY BONDS FAVORED 

WHY 00 WE NEED THE BONDS? IADI 

THE BONDS ARE A GOOD INVESTMENT IADI 

DURHAM SCHOOL BONDS SPAPK CONTROVERSY 

HICKS STRESSES URGENT NEED FOR SCHOOL BONDS 

NORTHFRN HIGH PRINCIPAL PUSHES COUNTY BONO VOTE 

WATER BONOS NFEDEO 

WHERE'S THE PROSPERITY? 

"WE SUPPORT THE COUNTY BONDS." (ADI 

BONDS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION WILL FOCUS ON ELDERLY, HANDICAPPED 

BOND ISSUE WOULD FUND HOUSING IMPROVEMENTS 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BONDS DESERVE PUBLIC VOTE ON NOV. 4 

VOTE DOWN WATFR. SEWER RONOS 

BOND PROPOSALS LACK PLANNING 

BONO MONEY WON'T SUFFICE FOR RENOVATION 

ALLIANCE OPPOSES 3 OF 9 BOND ISSUES 

ALLIANCE OPPOSES THREE BOND ISSUES 

MARTIN PUSHES DURHAM SCHOOL BTNDS 

WHY DO WE NEEO THE BONDS? (ADI 

SEWER PROBLEMS CRITICAL 

BOND PROPOSALS LACK VISION 

BONDS BENEFIT DEVELOPERS 

REVISE BOND PLAN 

MYTH, FACT: VOTE YES ALL NINE! (ADI 

SEWER BONOS AIM AT HEALTH PROBLEMS 

BOND ISSUE NEEDS BETTER PLANNING 

REVIVE OLD COURTHOUSE 

DURHAM COUNTY HAS A VALID NEED FOR ALL OF THE NINE BUND ISSUES 

COUNTY NEEOS VISION 

SCHOOL BONDS NEEDEO 

WHERE APE PRIORITIES? 

BOARD CHAIRMAN DEFENDS RONOS FOR THF SCHOOLS 

DURHAM VOTERS ALLIANCE ENDORSES 7 BONO ISSUES 

CULTURAL, RECREATION BONDS MISS WAR FACING OTHER ISSUES 

PASSAGE OF SCHOOL BONDS WILL BE A STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

PASSAGE OF BONO REFERENDUM WON'T PRFVFNT HIKE IN TAXES 

WATER AND SFWFR BONOS WOULD PROVIDE SUbSIDIES FOR DEVELOPERS 

LAND USE PLAN, FAIRER FINANCING NEEDEO BEFORE VOTE ON BONDS 

BOND ISSUES PROVIDE MEANS TO >=UND NEEDEO COUNTY PROJECTS 

FORUM AIRS PROS, CONS OF BOND ITEMS 

A CHANCE FOR PLANNED GROWTH 

JAIL FACILITIFS NEEDEO 

SCHOOL BUNDS HAVE NO ALTERNATIVES 

LAND-USE PLAN NEEOEO 

*£JE R . ggC A DE OF PROGRESS, WHY ARE COUNTY SCHOOLS IN BAD SHAPE? 

BONO A OS SILLY 

BOND ISSUES OPPOSED 

COURTHOUSE RENOVATION IN BOND REFERENDUM 

BOND FUNDS WILL HELP MAKE CITY SCHOOLS AS GOOO AS NEW 

WATER, SEWER USERS SHOULD PAY 

SCHOOL NEEDS NOT CONTROVERSIAL 

SCHOOLS NEEO TO PLAN BETTER 

SCHOOL, WATER AND SEwER BONDS HAVE FLAWS 

WATER, SEWER BONDS TO HELP DEVELOPERS 

BONOS WILL MAKE CITY SCHOOLS LIKE NEW 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS NEEDEO 

UNPLANNED DEVELOPMENT 

SAVE THE WATER OPPOSES BONDS FQR WATER, SEWER 

2 COUNCILMEN RAP WATER, SEWER BONOS 



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BONO-IS C UE FINANCING CALLED 'FITHER-UR' DEAL 

CITY RESIDENTS SHOULDN'T PAY FOR COUNTY HATER AND SEWER LINFS 

CITY SCHOOLS NEED HORE HELP 

COUNTY NEEOS GOOD GROWTH POLICY 

SALES TAX WRONG WAY TO FUND BONDS 

LAND-USE PLAN NEEDED FIRST 

SCHOOLS' REPAIRS JUST 1ST STEP 

HIGHER TAXES WOULD PAY OFF 801DS 

LAST-MINUTE NAYSAYERS HAVE CONTRIVED CONTROVERSY IN SCHOOL BONOS 

WATER. SEWER: NO 

NO OUESTIONS ASKED 

NOT 'ALL NINE' 

A PUPPET SHOW 

MORE THOUGHT NEEDED 

WATER. SEWER: NO 

TAX NOT ONLY ISSUE 

"PREPARE FOR nuo CHILDREN'S FUTURE. VOTE YES." IAD) 

ON NOV. 4TH THE REAL ISSUE IS CHILDREN. I AD I 

SCHOOL BUDGET ADOPTED WITH A DISSENTING VOTE 

VOTER' OK ALL DURHAM COUNTY BONDS 

BONOS A GREAT ACHIEVEMENT 

OURHAM VOTERS BACK SCHOOL BOND ISSUE 

SF^FR, WATER OUESTIONS SUPPORTED 

SIX OTHER BOND ISSUES APPROVED 

COUNTY SHOULD NOT OELAY USING BONDS 

HEARING MAY 8F SET ON SALES-TAX INCREASE 

THANKS. DURHAM, FOR BACKING BONDS 

PANEL TO DISCUSS BUILDING SWIMMING POOLS 

BUILDING PLANS SPARK DEBATE 

CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION 

SEE N.C. CAPITAL PLANNING COMMISSION 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

SFE A'TI-DEATH PENALTY 
SEE DEATH SENTENCES. N.C. 
SFE DEATH SENTENCES. U.S. 
SEE EXECUTIONS. N.C. 

CAP ITALISM 

SEE ALSO ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE ALSO FREE ENTERPRISE 

DAUGHTER OUTPACES DAD IN SPIRIT OF CAPITALISM 

VALUES-FREE PHILOSOPHY WRONG 

THREE CHEERS FOR CAPITALISM ICARTOONI 

CONFERENCE ON CAPITALISM, CHRISTIANITY SET 

CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE CAPITALISM, CHRISTIANITY 

CHRISTIANITY AND CAPITALISM CONFERENCE SET 

CAPITALISM HAS ROOTS IN BIBLE--OUKE SPEAKER 

THEOLOGY and BUSINESS 

ANO &DO CREATED CAPITALISM? 

BISHOPS' POVERTY WAR WOULD IMPOVERISH MORE 

MARX, ENGELS "UST BE ROLLING IN GRAVES 

CAPITOL BROADCASTING CO. 

VILLAGE COMPANIES TO BUY 'LEAOE' 1 
CAPITOL BROADCASTING BUYS TWO STATIONS 

CAPITOL INFORMATION SERVICES 

HELMS AIDE'S MOONLIGHTING UNDER STUDY 

HELMS SSYS REPORTS ARE FFFORT 'TO SILENCE HE' 

HFLMS ASSOCIATE: NON-PROFIT COMPANY MADE MONEY 

CAPITOL RESTAURANT ROOM (RALEIGH. N.C. I 
S C E ALSO BELKS (GENERAL HEADING) 
SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS. N.C. 

RALEIGH DRESSING: SECRET IS OJT 

CAPRICORN PUILOING CO. 1CARR30RO, 'I.C.I 

COUNCIL DIVIDED ON HOUSING PROPOSALS 

COUNCIL CHANGES METHOD OF PICKING PROJECT DEVELOPER 

CAPSULES 

BURROUGHS STUDYING CAPSULE SAFETY 

GLAXO. BURROUGHS WELLCOME TO CONTINUE CAPSULE DRUGS 
...WHICH OF THESE TWO ITEMS HAS BEEN TAKEN OFF THE MARKET... (CA 
EXCEORIN WARNING GOES NATIONWIDE; PLANT 'CLEAN- 
CAPTAIN D'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT INCRTH R0X30R0 ROADI 
EX-EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH breaking. ENTERING 
TWO ARMED MEN HOLD UP CAPTAIN D'S RESTAURANT 
TWO ARMED MEN ROB CAPTAIN D'S RESTAURANT 
GUNMAN HITS SOUTH SQUARE MALL CAFETERIA 
EX-OFFICER INOICTED IN RESTAURANT ROBBERIES 



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CAR bombs 

SEE BOMBINGSi 
SEE BOMPS 
SEE TERRORISM 

Cab POOLS 

SEE CARPOOLING 

CAR RENTALS 

SEE AUTOS. RENTAL 

CAR SEARCH 

SEE CARSEARCH 

CAR WASH 

OFFICER DEPOSITED 5" CENTS TO 3ATTLE CAR WASH BLAZE 

SPRING CLEANING 

SMALL-BUSINESS OWNER USES MARKETING STRATEGY 

ON TOP OF THE JOB 

CARS SHINF, TEMPERS FLARE UNDER WATER SANCTIONS 

B C ATING THE HEAT 

WASHING-UP TIME 

COLO. WET WORK 

CARBOHYDRATES 

CARBOHYDRATES OK: 

CARBON MONOXIDE 

RTI GETS EPA GRANT ON MONOXIDE 

NEW CARS MAY IMPROVE DURHAM AIR ., „ 

SFN. EAST FOUND DEAD: POLICE SAY AILING JUNIOR SENATOR APPARENT SUICIDE 

SHOCKED N.C. LEADERS LAUD EAST'S SERVICF AS COURAGcOUS 

AIOE SAYS EAST TOOK DRUGS FOR DEPRESSION 

DURHAM AIR POLLUTION LEVELS SET RECORD HIGH 

CAROLINA SKIES ARE NOT FREE F= OH POLLUTION 

CARBON MONOXIDE POISONINGS 

SEE ACCIDENTS. CARBON MONOXIDE 

CARCINOGENS 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SEE ALSO AGENT ORANGE 
SEE ALSO CANCER 

WATFR GROUP: COLAS ALSO 'DIRTY' 

CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICAL CATCHES FOA IN PINO 

EPA SEEKS WAYS TO PREDICT CHE"ICAL HAZARDS 

TRACER OF CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICALS HOPES COMMON LINK EMFRGING 

CABOIAC CATHETERIZATION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER. CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION 
III JMS S^Sr^T^^n CE^RAL HOSPITAL. HtART CATHET5RIZAT 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 153 
1/09/87 



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CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE 



SEE ALSO HEART DISEASE 
SEE ALSO HEART SURGERY 

HUMANA CHALLENGES STATE REGULATIONS ON CARDIAC LABS 

HOSPITAL TO SEEK OK FOR OPEN HEART SURGFkY 

HOSPITAL PLEADS CASE FOP OUING HEART SURGERY 

PUBLIC NEEDS FREEDOM OF HEALTH-CARE CHOICE 

CHOLESTEROL-REMOVING 'RAZOR* DEVELOPED AT UUKE 

CARDINAL AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT 
FANFARE: CARDINAL AM BEGINS 
FANFARE: HUXTABLE LEADS 
FANFARE: KITE WINS CARDINAL 

CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS. CHOKING 
SEE ALSO DUKE u"IV. MEDICAL CENTER 
SEE ALSO HEART ATTACKS 
SEE ALSO HEIMLICH MANEUVER 
SEE ALSO LUNGS 

POLICE OFFICER'S ACTION SAVES 2-YEAR-OLD BOY 

OFFICFRS CUMMFNDEO 

SCHOOL'S 'PETS' HPLP TRAIN VETS 

FOR WANT OF TECHNIQUE, PEOPLE HAVE DIED 

P.E. STUDENTS AT HILLSIDE LEARN CPR 

CAROIOVASCULAR DISEASE 

III itfg SEA^F-SEAli 4LS ° N * MES ° F 5PEUF,C O'^SES, 
SEE ALSO STROKES 

s-p^KFrGlv'F-r ti> U s' G on 1N h S an : Sl A in= F sVss >S ge " erati ° n groh '» g olo 

CARE BEARS 

SEE ALSO TEDDY "EARS 
SEE ALSO TOYS 

CARING FOR THAT BEAR 

CAREER BURNOUT 
SEE STRESS 

CAREER CHANGES 

SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 

CAREER FAIR SET A DUKE MAY 10 
SHE TOOK LEAP INTO THE UNKNOWN 

CAREER PLANNING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT, U.S. 
SEE ALSO GETTING STARTED 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CAREERS FAIR 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, CAREERS 

THINKING ABOUT SWITCHING CAREERS? 

BOOM LEAVES SERVICE JOBS BEGGING 

NORTH CAROLINA HAS OVER 400 CAREER COUNSELORS REGISTERED 

SURVEY FINDS SEX A FACTOR IN JOB CHOICES BY TEENS 

HANDBOOK BEING PREPARED ON JO=iS IN N.C. 

CAREER INFORMATION CENTER GUIDES STUOENTS AT CHAPEL HILL HIGH 
CAR IBBEAN 

HE LIKED CARIBBEAN ISLANO SO MUCH THAT HE BOUGHT A CHUNK OF IT 
CARIBBEAN AMERICAN RFSEARCH INSTITUTF (CARD 

cE*^J JN is' E .2 5I J V ' WH »L1NG MONEY LINK INVESTIGATED 

SMITH: SOME AT SHA„ KNEW OF CONTRACT 

CARILLON (OUKE UNIV. CHAPELI 
SEE ALSO PELLS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CHAPEL 

50-BELL TUNPS HAVE BECOME DUKE TRADITION 
HAMMOND CARILLONEUR FOR DUKE 

CAP ING HOUSE 

Ice i^n £,',JF EN £ FCm THE DUKE COMPREHENSIVE CANCFR CENTER 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 
HOUSE COULD OFFER PATIENTS SHELTER, FRIENDS 

CARL SANDBURG HOME NATIONAL HISTORIC SITF 

HE CHATTED WITH ELEANOR ROOSEVELT OVER TEA 

CARLIE B. SESSOMS AWARO 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 
NOMINATIONS SOUGHT F U R AWARD 
N 9.^. IN 5 T J ONS iOCIT'HT FOR SESSOMS AWARD 
COUNTY SCHOOLS NEED 561 MILLION 

NAT WHITE, HOSPICE NOMINATED F 0" HUMAN RELATIONS AWAhOS 
GROUP SFEKS NOMINATIONS FOR AJARD AWARDS 

CARMICHAEL AUDITORIUM 

SEF .o 1 -^ r l JN,V ^,9 F „ N ' C *- CH ' lp - 1 - H "-L SPORTS. BASKETBALL (MfNI 
TAR HEELS HOST PACK IN ACC • S 'CARMICHAEL II' 
CARMICHAEL FINALE: HEELS KO PACK 

CARMICHAEL CUP 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFEPEMCF. 
FANFARE: UNC WINS CARMICHAtL CUP 



ION AND SURGFRY 



SPORTS 



CARMIKE CINEMA 

SIGNIFICANT DISCREPANCIES REPORTED IN TRIANGLE JOB APPLICATIONS- 
CARNEGIE CORPORATE FUND 

CA ". N .f G !£ £ Ri NT FUNDS PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM 

CARNEGIE PRESIDENT TO LECTURE ON WORLDWIDE HEALTH, BEHAVIOR 

CARNEGIE COUNCIL ON ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 
SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE 

CARNEGIE PANEL ON ADOLESCENTS AOOS BR0D1E 

CARNEGIE FORUM ON EOUCATION AND Thp ECONOMY 
SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL REFORM 

HUNT SAYS EDUCATION REFORM NE-OEO TO SAVE ECONOMY 
SHANKER KEYNOTES TEACHER CONFERENCE AT UNC 
E^CATOR SAYS PEOPLE AMBIVALENT ON TEACHERS 
r, A ,? E kcJi^ A , Y r GR0U '' DV, ' JRI( f R NATIONAL TEACHING STANDARDS 
r NC „,2r F E C J ALS „ R4P CARNEGIE FQ1UM PROPOSAL " 

CARNEGIF SCHOOL PLAN REACTION STILL MIXED 



5/19/86 

8/06/86 

10/21/86 

11/25/86 



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10/22/86 C 

10/31/86 A 

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3/16/86 D 
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11/01/86 



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LEADER SAYS N.C. EDUCATION MUST LOOK BEYUNO BASICS S 2 10/01/86 A 3 J 

SPANGLEP DOWNPLAYS EXTRA DEGREE H 2 10/04/86 A 14 I 

CARNEGIE FOUNDATION ..,„,„. . ,, , 

TEACHERS WANT PROFESSIONALISM f 2 }?;2?{J 6 . l f S ,o, 

DURHAM-AREA COLLEGES DENY CARNEGIF FINDING S 3 i,/U/«fc r i «i 

SOME COLLEGE LEADERS AGAINST S AT ELIMINATION H 1 IJ/JJ/JJ <- \ "* 

FUTURE LEADFRS NEED wELL-ROUNnEn STUDY 5 2 |}/0*/°6 * J _- 

CRITICIZING THE COLLEGES " ?. ! />5/SS ft >i IW 

KSBSCUSIf cBHKf Le'aVepTd.s'aGREE W,TH CR.TICAL REPORTS B I tMgftg E 1 J 

CARNEGIE HALL u , 1T/73/P*. a a i 

MCINTYRE LED HALL ORIVE H 2 12'22/?6 A 4 L 

CARNITINE 

SS NUTPIENT E GIVES IMPERILED CHILD CHANCE AT LIFE H 2 3/06/°6 E 1 !i 
CARNIVALS 

SE IT*S S NOt'thF S SIGHTS AND SOUNOS THAT EXCITE THIS CARNIVAL LOVER 5 2 5/23/86 C 5 3 F 

CAROCO SERVICE STATION (ALSTON AVENUEI .,.,,,. r 1 N 

TWO TEENS ACCUSED OF CAROCO BREAK-IN H 2 1/01/56 C 1 N 

CAPOCO SERVICE STATION (RUXBORO ROAU1 .„,,.,,. p , „ 

CLERK. WOULD-BE ROBBER TRADE SHOTS ■> f fS<},VSj f , M ,, 

2 CLERKS SHOT. ONE FATALLY, IN HOLOUPS H 2 }°£!l£5° J .4 J " 5l 

WOUNDEO MAN SAID IN 'GOOD 1 CONDITION 5 2 10/15/86 A 17 N 

««««■ ANN Dg|||ES at 5H(lppING T£RS H 2 10/02/R6 C 11 N 

RALEIGH MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERIES H « 10/25/86 A N 

CAPOL WOODS (RETIREMENT COMPLEX! 

"unSluGGEd'fIeOING TUBES NEW FOCUS OF RIGHT-TO-DIE DEBATE H 2 7/07/86 t 2 p N ^ 

Jl,RHAM"? S 6!-ANU-0LDER POPULATION IS 10* AND GROWING H 2 9/29/F6 B 1 N 

rA " 0L f<ALElGH E ARE y A LAND BOOM SAID PEAKING " ? ^"S/P6 A 1. N L41 
CAROLINA_AIR w CAR| [sL HQSpITALi HELIC0PT£R stov ICE 

CAROLINA AIR CONDITIONING CO.. INC. H , 5/16/R6 A 1 IJ 046 

BOOM LEAVES SERVICE JOBS BEGGING H 2 2/16/86 1 I Jte 

CAROLINA ATLANTIC CORPORATION , 7/TS/P6 C 1 N "Oft 

STIRRUP CREEK WINS REZONING BATTLE | f f/nl/St C I S "Dfc 

COUNTY TO MULL LUMLEY ROAO REZONING 5 2 *'01/»6 ^ N ' £% 

COUNTY ?S2lh ENDORSE? EM^ArU FOR LUMLFY ROAO. ROUGEMONT 3 ^ g j « »°* 

LIST OF HIGHWAY NEEDS GETS BOARD'S BACKING H ' 5/13/86 B 1 I »<• 

CAROLINA ATLANTIC PRODUCTION CO. 

^.RUN ANNOUNCES M FILM N STUOIO -ILL BE BUILT NEAR HIGH POINT H 2 ll/l^gfe E 12 <l 

STUOin-S FIRST FILM TO BE BA SF D ON LIQUOR AGENT H 2 U/23/86 C 10 ■! 

CAROLINA AUTOMATED SERVICES H , 1/2B/R6 AON 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS H Z l'2B/*6 

CAPOLJNA^BEACH^ | _^^ jun conc , nN THa p, T p N RCi c H FRONT PROPERTY H 2 3/16/86 C 5 ^ N 



L Rl'sING*SEA LEVEL AND EROSION THREATEN BEACHFRONT PROPERTY H 2 J''^gJ 

FAMILY, POLICE SEEKING MISSING 15-YEAR-OLD S 2 4/02/86 

CAROLINA 8IKEWAYS INC. u , h/.o/ra da n 

TEEN CHARGED IN THREE ROBBERIES H 2 «'28/B6 B 4 N 

CAROLINA BLAZE 

SFE ALSO BASKETBALL ,, „.„. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION rr^nn, . 

SFE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (GENERAL; SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL I , „ 

FANFARE: LUCAS JOINS NWBA H 2 .l',\a'jl% r 3 N 

FANFARE: BLAZE STARTS UP . H ? 10/10/S6 L ) 

CAROLINA BUILDERS CORP. . , ,__„ 

SEE ALSO WOLSELY-HUGHES MANAGEM=NT CORPORATION .,,.,,. - . - ., ,,, 

CONFERENCE: CHANCE TO TELL GOVERNMENT WHAT YOU THINK H 2 1/26/86 B 10 U L*l 

CAROLINA CABLE 

SEE ALSO VILLAGE CABLE , fl/1n / Rfc r i n 

CABLE TV COMPANY'S NAME CHANGED H * B/3D/B6 L I 

CAROLINA CHOIR , M ? 5/H2/B6 ? N 

CHOIR ALUMNI REUNITE FOR CUNC C RT H 2 5/02/86 J ^ 

CAROLINA CHRISTMAS 

SEE ALSO CHRISTMAS, N.C. c •> 11/27/86 D 3 N 

HISTORIC CELEBRATIONS PLANNED 5 Z Il/Zf/HO L 



CAROLINA CINEMA CORP. OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA THEATER (DURHAM, .,.».. , s / n ,/ 8f , 

THEATER BONO FUNOS OPPOSEO _ | % |,n3/«6 

PRESERVED CAROLINA THEATER C AM SERVF MANY IN DURHAM | 2 |'0K"| 

BONOS WONT SUBSIOIZE THEATER J % e/l 2/11 



C " ' S 2 5/01/86 A A L 

L 
8/12/86 A <, L 



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THEATER BONOS OPPOSED , ._„_ c , 5/ 7/R6 A 4 E 

edTtor 'S 



THEATER BONDS UPRUbtU „„„„. S 2 a/i?/Rt> 

AREA'S CULTURAL ASSETS NEED PUBLIC'S SUPPORT 5 2 |'}J'5» 

'"'—•' NOTE WAS UNFAIR H 2 B/IB/B6 



CAROLINA COACH COMPANY 

SF GLAX °G?V S S E NEw'^NTMENT READY IN U.S. « 2 l"'/" "» "= 

CAROLINA C0MMUNH.ES h 1NC. tv course ^ ^ JB ^ S „ j J/l5/F6 , , 

TAPOLINA COMMUNITY COURSES .,„.,-. .,,,,.,„„ 

SFE ALSO UNIV. "F N.C. -CHAPEL H LL. EXTENSION DIVISIUN ,. T ,™ 

SEE ALSO UNIvI OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL n I V I S I ON OF CONT INU I NG EDUC AT I ON ,/,0/flf, P 3 

CAROLINA COMMUNITY COURSES OFFERING VARIETY F INSTRUCTION H 3 \'\%'l% \ \ 

BSc a5En?3 C B e«Sp?SG C 21!»II FOR WOMEN IN APRIL H 2 3/10/86 C 3 

CAROLIN^COMMUNIT^PRUJECT^^ pL4 ^, u( . pQR BR0Ap 4ppEiL „ ? ,3/17/86 A 16 

CAROLINA COPY CENTER H •> ^/ll/86 C 12 

DOSSIER: NANCY COLCLOUGH TUCKER H ' 5/11/86 L 1/ 

C,l °SFE N iLsS J AUTOS ^SFE C ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 
SEE ALSO AUTOS. ANTIQUE 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/86 - 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 115 
1/01/87 



SCHOLARSHIPS! 



IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

CAROLINA DANCERS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

FAMILY APPROACH BRINGS OUT CAROLINA DANCERS' BEST 
CAROLINA OANCERS TREAT AUDIENCE TO NEW, ULD DANCES 
•TRANSITIONS' BRINGS OUT CAROLINA OANCER'S DRAMA 

CAROLINA DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN 

TRIANGLE GROUPS GET STATE GRANTS 
CRAFT GUILD HOLDS ANNUAL FAIR 

CAROLINA DUKE MOTOR INN 

STUDENTS ARF WELCOME GUESTS 

CAROL INA-OUKE TRACK CA'NIVAL 
SEE ALSO TRACK 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SPORTS. TRACK 

BLUE DEVILS TOPPLE UMBC: HOPKINS HUMBLES TAR HEELS 

CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP. 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF 
BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

CAROLINA FRIENOS HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

CAROLINA FRIENDS LOWER SCHOOL 

EiSfiJS Ht. H £ LP CHILDREN REACH THEIR POTENTIAL 

FANTASY SPILLS INTO REALITY AS SCHOOL CREATES NEW CULTURE 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOOL (GENERAL HEADING) 
FRIENOS SCHOOL TO DEDICATE BUILDING 
BRUSHING UP 

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATIONS SCHEDULED 
SUMMER OPTIONS 
l£^9 U t, BE t LS T0 PEAL 500N l f ' 1URHAM AREA 

infor'Sa-l^u'r'vey 5 T0 V,SIT S0V,ET UN,0N 

CFSERS "OOING" SOMETHING ABOUT PEACE 

inf T ormIl H 1urvfy TIJDENTS ™ !nk 3f " aRLU PE4CE 

DISPLAYS HANDIWORK 

CAROLINA FRIENDS SCHOUL, GRADUATION 

DURHAM SCHOOLS TO GRADUATE 1,600 

CAROLINA FRIENOS UPPER SCHOOL 

CONFLICTS NUMEROUS IN CFS MUSICAL 

ON STAGE 

GAME TIME 

TEEN OPINION AT CAROLINA FRIENDS UPPER SCHOOL 

CAROLINA FURNITURE CATALOG LTD. 

Ll,?o Y 2£ l< ,.5 FF . ICI ' U - S "ROBING CATALOG FURNITURE COMPLAINTS 

HIGH POINT COMPANY SAYS IT WILL OELIVER ITS ORDERS FOR FURNITURE 

carolina godiva track club 

see also long-distance running 
see also track 
give duke recognition 

carolina hospital alcoholism program services 

carolina interfaith task force 

guatemalan fails to show in n.c. 
'crosses of sorrow and hope' in area 

carulina investment partners 

durham's share of retail-sales pie in triangle is steady at 22i 
carolina league 

see also baseball 

see also durham bulls 

see also hagerstown suns 

see also kinston blue jays (baseball teami 

SEE ALSO KINSTON EAGLES (BASEBALL TEAMI 

SEE ALSO LYNCHBURG METS 

SEE ALSO PENINSULA PILOTS (BASEBALL TEAM) 

SEE ALSO PENINSULA WHITE SOX 

SEE ALSO PRINCE WILLIAM PIRATES 

SEE ALSO SALEM BUCCANEERS 

SEE ALSO SALEM REDBIRDS (VIRGINIA! 

SEE ALSO WINSTON-SALEM SPIRITS 

diamond" chi 1 !;" 0URING HIS BRIEF REIGN 4T T0P 

THOMAS REMAINS STAR ON THE RISE IN BRAVES' INFIELD 
NIPPER EARNS MONTHLY LEAGUE HONOR 3Kavt:> INFIELD 

DIAMOND CHIRPS KING * S N °- l B'SFBALL "« 

PLAY BALL! BURLINGTON'S HOME OPENER IS PAYOFF FOR PFRSFVFBAWrF 
*Wl'T,.!,"^1? T ,'r U '?\ H 'i L <- HAU NO VES OUT! TOPES FOR MOVE"" 4 """ 
4I :. L ^ S I 6B SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON DURHAM OUO 

DIAMOND CHIPS UE H ° m * T4KES mLLS bY SURPRI SE 

DLUGOZIMA GETS HONOR 

FANFARE: EAGLES FLY NORTH 

CAROLINA LEAGUE TURNS DOWN EXPANSION FOR 1987 SEASON 

CAPOLINA LEAGUE ALL-STAR GAME 

FOUR EULLS ON ALL-STAR TEAM 
BULLS' STARS 

LAST YEAR'S MVP NO LONGER PLAYING 
LAWTON'S PLAY KEYS NORTH STAR' 

al^stVnotes "™ IN CL ' S Talent show 

GANT JOINS CL ALL-STARS 

CAROLINA LIVING (MAGAZINE! 
SEE ALSO ARTS. N.C. 
SEE ALSO TOURISM, N.C. 

HEATHERLY, KURALT TO START MASAZINE 

CARULINA MEADOWS 

SEE ALSO RETIREMENT HOMFS 

PUBLIC HEARING SET TONIGHT ON THREE HEALTH CARE PROJECTS 
CAROLINA MEDICORP, INC. 

GROUP OF DOCTORS VOTES AGAINST SELLING HOSPITAL 

CAROLINA MINE 

SEE ALSO COAL MINING 
SEE ALSO MINING 

CHATHAM COUNTY COAL: 



S I T 
N E ELY 

P DATE C PG L P BYL 

H 2 5/07/86 6 P N 



H 7 4/25/86 D 8 R L 34 
S 2 5/01/66 9 R H71 
H 2 10/31/86 D IS R i 34 



S 2 2/21/86 A 1 M M06 
S 2 11/27/86 D SON 



H 2 11/19/86 A 

H 2 4/06/86 B 
H 7 A/15/86 A 



S 2 10/07/86 A 6 o N C59 
S 2 11/29/86 B 1 P N S92 



? 


4/12/86 A 


9 




N 




7 


5/02/86 A 


10 


P 


p 


T37 


2 


5/03/86 B 


1 




N 




/ 


7/05/86 


1 


p 


P 


F70 




3/12/86 C 


I 




N 


140 


2 


10/02/86 B 


1 




N 




7 


10/04/86 B 


I 


r 


N 




? 


10/25/86 A 


ft 


p 


<l 




2 


11/07/86 A 


10 




N 




2 


11/15/86 B 


I 


r 


F 





S 2 12/26/86 A 1? P P T37 



S 2 6/05/86 A 14 



H 2 5/24/86 B 1 P 'J 

S 2 11/22/86 A 8 p p S76 

S 2 12/20/86 B 1 P P T37 

S 2 12/26/86 C 12 P F 



H 7 12/23/86 B 4 N 
H 2 12/25/86 A 17 N 



H 7 9/12/86 A 



H 1 2/21/86 C 3 N 

H 2 3/05/86 A 3 P P S76 



H 2 4/20/86 C 12 P U L41 



H 2 


5/04/86 


R 


7 


P 


M 


G51 


S 2 


5/10/86 


A 


i n 


p 


II 


PS? 


H 2 


5/11/86 


H 


7 




N 


G50 


H 2 


6/01/36 


H 


7 


P 


N 


r,sn 


H 2 


6/03/86 


n 


1 




N 




S 2 


6/14/86 


A 


8 


p 


II 


PS? 


H 2 


6/24/86 


P. 


7 


P 


M 


M14 


H 2 


7/13/86 


II 


7 


p 


N 


G5P 


S 2 


7/72/86 


R 


1 


P 


II 


P5? 


H 2 


7/27/86 


H 


? 


P 


N 


r,50 


S 2 


8/I6/P6 


h 


7 


P 


II 


P5? 


S 7 


9/10/86 


(1 


4 




N 




H 2 


9/30/86 


H 


? 




N 




H 2 


U/17/B6 


B 


5 




N 




H ? 


7/10/86 


n 


3 








S 2 


7/10/86 


F. 


1 


p 


II 


P5? 


H 7 


7/22/86 


( 


1 


p 


N 


osn 


H 7 


7/23/86 


n 


1 




N 


50 


S 7 


7/23/86 


n 


1 


p 


N 


PS? 


S 7 


7/23/86 


i) 


4 




II 


PS? 


S 7 


8/27/86 


D 


1 


p 


N 





A TRADITION RETURNS 



CAROLINA MOTOR CLUB 



S 7 10/17/86 C 4 N 

H 7 U/18/86 B 11 N 

H 2 10/31/86 A 14 N 

H ? 12/07/86 D 1 p F K65 



MONTHLY/4 



INDEX 
12/31/86 



SUBJECTS 



'AGE L 3a I 
1/09/87 



C PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO N.C. STATE MOTOR CLUB 

MOTOR CLUB SAYS SLOW DRIVERS SHOULD PULL OVER 

SLOW-DRIVER LAW MAY BE COSTLY, UNNECESSARY 

MOTOR CLUB SAYS GASOLINE PRICES MAY BE AT BOTTOM 

TAR HEELS PLAN FAR-FLUNG TRIPS THIS SUMMER 

N.C. GAS PRICES STABILIZING AS MEMORIAL DAY NEARS 

JULY 4 BONUS: GASOLINE PRICES 

EDENTON HAS GONE 12 YEARS WITHOUT A PEDESTRIAN FATALITY 

LABOR DAY GAS IS AT 8-YEAR LOW 

GAS PRICES LOWER THIS HOLIDAY 

WALKER NAMEO NEW DIRECTOR OF MOTOR CLUB 

CAROLINA ORGAN PROCUREMENT AGENCY 
SEE ALSO ORGAN DONORS 

FRO" TEATH, LIFE CAN COME 

FFW LIMITATIONS ON ORGAN DONATIONS 

SHARE WISHES WITH FAMILY 

DISCUSSION HELPS ORGAN DONOR'S FAMILY 

CAPOLINA PARACHUTE CORP. 

PARACHUTE PLANTS KEEP ROXBORO JUMPING 

CAROLINA PIRATES ISEMl-PRO FOOTBALL TEAMI 
SEMI-PRO TEAM PLANNED FOR CHAPEL HILL 

TAPOLINA PLAYHAKERS 

SEE ALSO PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY CO. 

MRS. SUNDBECK. FORMER POLITICAL OFFICER ANO PLAYWRIGHT, OIES AT 79 
PLAYMAKFRS GATHER AT NOSTALGIC PARTY 

CAROLINA POLL 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM 

KATHER1NE HARPER SAYS GOO TOLD HER TO ENTER RACE FOR U.S. SENATE SEAT 

POLL: SANFORD, BROYHILL IN LEAD 

UNC POLL FIMUS COSBY SHOW POPULAR 

UNC POLL: DRINKING REBOUNDS 

OOCTOR PATES ABOVE DENTIST IN UNC POLL 

POLL SHOWS PEOPLE WARY OF DENTISTS 

POLL: TAR HEELS BACK USE OF DEATH PENALTY 

PEOPLE HOPING COMPETITION WILL CUT MEDICAL COSTS .„.,, 

SURVEY: CAROLINIANS FEEL COMPETITION WILL HELP HEALTH CARE, HOLD PRICE 

UNC POLL: SANFORD HOLDING THIN LEAD 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO. 

CPCL MAY STORE RADIOACTIVE FUEL AT SHEARON HARRIS PLANT 

SEMICONDUCTOR PLANT'S BOSS IS RIGHT AT HOME 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

COURT UPHOLOS RATE DECISION INVOLVING CPCL 

CPtL ASKS CHATHAM TO CUT PROPERTY VALUE 

CPCL PLANT NEARLY FINISHED 

CPtL GENERATES MORE THAN ELECTRICITY AT SHEARON HARRIS PLANT 

COMMISSION SAYS POWER PLANT MUST HAVE 'SCRUBBERS' 

FORMER WORKER CHARGES CPCL FALSIFIED RECORDS 

CRITICS CONTINUE EFFORTS AGAINST NUCLEAR PLANT 

GROUP ASKS NRC TO STOP CPCL UNIT 

CPCL'S CHAIRMAN SAYS CRITICISE WON'T BLOCK PLANT 

NUCLEAR PLANT SHOULDN'T OPEN 

CHATHAM RESIDENTS OPPOSE NUCLEAR PLANT 

HARRIS LICENSING OPPUSEO 

MORE HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT FOES HEARD 

CPCL RATE PLAN DRAWS OPPOSITION 

DURHAM BACKS PLANT CONVERSION 

DO YOU WANT TO BET YOUR LIFE ON THIS? 

SHEARON HARRIS A HUGE RISK 

COVERAGF CUMMENOEO 

NUCLEAR PLANT UNWANTEO 

GROUP PLANS PICKETING , ____.,, 

...LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SI DE .. .1 ALE IGH' S EVEN CLOSER (CARTOONI 

SHEARON HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT SAFE, SAYS CPCL OFFICIAL 

CPCL WILL ASK RATE INCREASE FOR SHEARON HARRIS 

PUBLIC NEEOS ASSURANCE ON SAFETY OF CPCL PLANT 

CAN IT HAPPEN HFRE? 

CPCL NOT OPPOSING PHASING IN HIKE 

CHATHAM WILL GET OUT OF CPCL NUCLEAR PLAN 

CPCL: CHATHAM VOTE WON'T OETE* N-PLANT 

SHEARON HARRIS FOES tNCOURAGEO BY VOTE 

CPCL SAYS DELAY COULD COST $2 MILLION A DAY 

CPCL P.R. ICARTOON1 

SANFORD PRAISES CHATHAM ON EVACUATION PLAN VOTE 

NUCLEAR PLANT DELAY LOSS KEEPS GROWING 

CPCL WORKERS' PRO-PLANT CALLS KEEP LINES BUSY 

SAY NO TO NUCLEAR PLANT 

CPCL OFFICIAL DENIES CLAIMS PUMP AT N-PLANT DAMAGEO 

ALDERMEN OPPOSE OPENING PLANT „_,-.,. 

CHEAPER TO LET NUCLEAR PLANT SIT IDLE THAN TO LET IT OPERATE 

AN ORCHESTRATED PROTEST 

SHEARON HARP IS NOT NEEDED 

SHEARON HARRIS 'NEEO' DECISION NOT IN SIGHT 

STEPS TDWARD EVACUATION PLAN TAKEN 

ANTI-NUCLEAR PROTESTS CONTINU c 

ANTI-NUCLEAR GROUP CHALLENGES CPCL AOS .,,,„,,, 

CITY BEGINS PLAN IN CASE OF HARRIS PLANT ACCIOENT 

SHEARON HARRIS POWER COST, EVACUATION PLAN OUESTIONEO 

CPCL HIRES EDMISTEN 

STOP PRODUCING WASTE 

COUNCIL VOTES B-l TO OPPOSE NUCLEAR PLANT 

NUCLEAR POWFR PLANT GETS THUM» S DOWN AT CASH MEETING 

CPCL PANEL TO FIELD QUESTIONS 

IT'S NOT TOO LATE 

IF SCIENTISTS DISAGREE, LET PUBLIC DECIDE 

THE 2 PLANTS ARE AS DIFFERENT AS THE SOVIET UNION AND THE U.S. (ADI 

S Q I SAYS IT WILL KE C P MONITORING GROUP OPPOSING SHEARON HARRIS 

COALITION SAYS CPCL PRACTICING OECEPTION ON NUCLEAR PLANT 

BLUE-RIBBON PANEL SHOULO AIR CHARGES 

CASH NOT EXTREMIST 

EDITORIAL ENCOURAGING 

MORAL QUESTION RAISED 

MAITEPS OF CERTA INTY 

COUNCIL ASKS JORDAN DAM PLANT OELAY 

HILLS»OROUGH SEEKS EVACUATION PLAN INCLUSION 

BOARD WON'T PROBE ALLEGATIONS ABOUT CPCL ' 

fOUP FORMER GOVERNORS SUPPORT NUCLEAR PLANT 

BOARD WANTS ORANGE COUNTY INCLUOED IN tVACUATION PLAN 

THE OVERNIGHT EXPERTS „., 

DFBATE ON SHEARHN HARRIS COULO 00 WITH SOME NUTTINESS 

CPCL ASKED TO DISTRIBUTE WARNING RADIOS 

CPCL URGED TO DISTRIBUTE MORE RADIOS 

HARRIS PLANT BATTLE... 

HOW 1HE NUCLEAR PLANT GOT WHERE IT IS TODAY 

CASH ROLLCALL... 

N-FUEL ARRIVING AT HARRIS PLANT 

EXPFKTS HEIGH SHEARON HARRIS' SAFETY 

PLANT FOES ARE 01VERSE 

COMMON SENSE TELLS MUCH 

ELECTRICITY MOST EXPENSIVE IN SAN DIEGO 



H 2 
S 2 
H ? 
H 2 
S 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 
S 2 
S 2 


3/13/86 
3/14/86 
4/27/66 
5/18/86 
5/22/86 
6/2=1/66 
7/18/86 
8/25/86 
11/26/66 
11/27/R6 


B 
A 
C 

C 
C 
B 
A 
A 

c 


6 
A 
10 
9 
A 
7 
8 
1 
1 

e 


C 

c 


N 
E 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


W82 
S33 


H 2 
H 2 
H 2 
S 2 


1/28/86 
1/28/86 
1/28/86 
4/26/86 


B 
B 
B 
A 


i 
i 
I 

6 


T 
p 


N 
N 
N 
N 


030 
8 30 
830 
S27 


H 2 


4/13/86 


D 


1 


P 


F 


S80 


H 2 


10/21/86 


B 


4 




N 


G50 


S 2 
H 2 


1/16/86 
8/12/86 


C 
B 


3 

2 






U 


HAS 



H 2 


3/26/86 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


3/26/86 A 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


4/13/86 C 


9 


N U80 


S 1 


5/06/86 C 


1 


N 


H 2 


5/20/86 B 


4 


N U60 


H 2 


5/27/86 A 


9 


►1 U80 


S 2 


6/04/86 C 


7 


N 


H 2 


7/26/86 B 


3 


N 


S 2 


7/26/86 A 


8 


M 


S 2 


10/31/86 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


1/16/86 A 


1 


N 


H 2 


2/06/86 D 


4 P 


U 1-41 


H 2 


3/D7/86 A 


13 


N 


H 2 


4/03/86 A 


1 1 


N 


H 2 


4/04/86 B 


3 


N 'MO 


S 2 


4/05/86 A 


i p 


N W82 


H 2 


4/06/66 C 


I 


N M97 


H 2 


4/11/86 B 


1 


N L4 n 


S 2 


4/25/86 A 


5 


N 


H 2 


4/29/66 A 


8 P 


N 


S 2 


4/29/86 A 


i 


N 


H 2 


4/30/86 B 


3 P 


N 


S 2 


4/30/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/14/86 C 


I 


N W2T 


S 2 


5/14/86 A 


7 


N 


H 3 


5/15/66 B 


1 


N P20 


H 2 


5/16/86 C 


6 


N 


S 2 


5/20/86 A 


1 


N J82 


H 2 


5/21/86 A 


4 P 


L 


H 2 


5/21/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/21/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/21/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/21/66 C 


3 


N 


H 2 


5/22/86 A 


4 T 


T R56 


H 2 


5/22/66 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/23/66 C 


5 


N 


H 2 


5/23/86 A 


A 


E 


H 2 


5/27/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


5/28/86 D 


4 


N 


H 2 


5/26/66 A 


1 


N W27 


S 2 


5/26/86 C 


1 


N W27 


H 2 


5/29/86 B 


1 


N W27 


H 1 


5/30/86 B 


1 P 


N 


H 2 


5/31/86 A 


4 T 


T C50 


H 2 


5/31/86 A 


9 


N 


S 2 


5/31/86 A 


4 


E 


H ? 


6/01/86 C 


6 


N 


H 2 


6/03/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/04/»6 D 


4 


N 


H 3 


6/04/E6 C 


1 


N "10 


S 2 


6/04/»6 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/05/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/05/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/05/86 A 


24 


N 


H 2 


6/05/86 8 


1 P 


N S51 


H 2 


6/05/66 B 


1 


N "97 


H 3 


6/05/86 B 


1 


N 


S 2 


6/05/86 A 


1 


N "69 


H 2 


6/06/86 B 


4 


N M97 


H 2 


6/09/86 A 


13 P 


N 


H 2 


6/10/86 A 


4 


L 


H 3 


6/10/86 C 


1 


N 881 


H 2 


6/12/86 B 


1 


N S5I 


H 2 


6/12/86 B 


4 


N 


H 2 


6/12/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/13/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/13/86 A 


14 r 


A 


H 2 


6/14/86 A 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/14/86 C 


1 


N W27 


H 2 


6/16/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/16/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/16/66 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/17/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/17/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/17/86 C 


I 


N "97 


H 2 


6/17/86 C 


1 


N BIO 


H 2 


6/13/86 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/18/66 B 


3 


N 


H 2 


6/16/86 C 


1 


N "10 


H 2 


6/20/86 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


6/20/66 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


6/20/86 C 


7 


N 


H 2 


6/21/66 A 


9 


N 


H 2 


6/22/86 A 


1 


L40 


H 2 


6/22/86 A 


13 


N 


H 2 


6/22/66 A 


14 t 


Q M97 


H 2 


6/22/86 A 


15 C 


"10 


H 2 


6/23/86 A 


1 


A54 


H 2 


6/23/86 A 


4 


L 


H 2 


6/23/86 A 


4 


L 


S 2 


6/23/»6 A 


2 


N 



MONTHLY/A N N U A L INDEX BY SUBJECTS 



PAGE 117 



1/01/66 - 12/31/86 ----«». , 1/09/87 



HOSPITALS DRILLING FOR NUCLEAR VICTIMS 

BUDGET Si TAXES: ROXRORO RAISES TAX RATE 5 CFNTS 

SHEJRON HARRIS ENVIRONS ARE GROWING 




OIFFERENT POWER FUELS, DIFFERENT DRAWBACKS 

SHEARON HARRIS PRACTICED LAW BEFORE RUNNING CPCL 

CASH CONCFRNEO ABOUT NEWS COVERAGE "•""""■ LK< - L 

NUCLEAR MORE EXPENSIVE 

DISMANTLING REACTOR BIG -MISSING L I NK • 

DIAGRAMS MISLEADING 

£5 C „9 FFIC ""- SAYS CPCL NUCLEAR PLANT WILL GET LICENSE 

DOUBT, FRUSTRATION FUEL N-PLANT CONCERNS 

SESti. N ? T CUSTOMERS, MUST PAY FOR 156,000 PER WEEK AD CAMPAIGN 

CHATHAM C SEJOINS PLAV UPP ° RrS CPCL ' S ^RTS ON NUCLEAR PLANT 

SHEARON HARRIS NEEDED 

!*5IP r !J; SAFf:TY CONCERNS SPUR NEW CHATHAM VOTE 

A MONSTROUS THREAT 

•EXPERT 1 EDITORIAL RAPPED 

NEIGHBORS LEERY OF HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT 

NCH 5 SA N ?E ENOUGH' 6 T ° 4LTE " SHE4R ° N H4RR,S 

CONSIOER SAFETY FACTORS 

GROUND BROKEN IN PERSON FOR STEAM, POWER PLANT 

CHATHAM COMMISSION MAKES SHREWD MOVE 

SCIENTISTS WANT NEW LOOK AT EVACUATION PLAN 

rS?,™ 4 ?oI c 9 a |S T ° DISCUSS COUNTY ACTION UN HARRIS PLANT 

F-P6L AGREES TO KEEP SELENIUM OUT OF LAKE 

UTILITIES' PROPERTY VALUE IS LUWERED 

OF PRIDE ANO PROFIT 

HOW SAFE IS SAFE? 

WHAT ARE COSTS OF FOREGOING NUCLEAR ENERGY' 

SH4IHSM ACTION ON EVACUATION DRAWS CRITICISM 

KJ!SS?EB*S8Jii. T !gI*S s 0EL4YEC ' HQNTH 0R M0RE 

WHAT ELSE CAN GO WRONG? 
AN INCONSISTENT ARGUMENT 
ACCIDENT WILL OCCUR 

r§?r P Scm R , c J^F,P E !- A X E0 AT HARRIS NUCLEAR PLANT 

CPCL REOUESTS SCALED-BACK EVACUATION OKILL 

CPCL SEEKS CUSTOMERS' SUPPORT 

DEBATE SHOWS NEED, SAFETY OF HARRIS PLANT 

CANCER RISKS WOULD RISE 

FINANC ING UTIL ITIES 

N; E LE2 RP ACC S IDE S NT R gDV ESS ™ 4 ' U '" ' 9S5 ' SAVS CtTI ""5 FOR TAX JUSTICE 
cn?tSDT F0ES WANT «OTE-CHANGE EXPLANATION 
EDITORIAL WAS DISAPPOINTING 
LET THE BUYER BEWARE 
NUCLEAR PROBLEMS OVERLOOKED 

sp°sigft^5 l |!; E fi«ig!s ! T Risfrjis?i N pt:ii R o?HER uc ii§Ss PLA,,T ,s 4 bo " b ,40 ' 

CPCL TO DONATE MONEY FOR FANS ■«=« 

CA ,;J H l j C !; A J!! S ,.)!J C J 0RY RESPITE CHATHAM INACTION 

CHATHAM TO GET TRAINER, PAGFRS FUR NUCLEAR EMERGENCY 

Pii*Hi2,> c H*25i" QACKS shearon harris plant EMi = RGENCY 

CHAMBFR BACKS NUCLEAR POWER 

TOURS INSIDE NUCLEAR PLANT TO END SEPT. I 

^LlS!.K s S?J2 M gg e g?8° RSe SHc4R0N H4RRIS 
ffii!HEW5! WsMCB,M F ° R ELECTRICI,T 

^T^^R 8E TFD V AC ? l R 3YNa HE T0 R c a ^r R G0|pE^ LY GULLEV V0IF0 "° 
EDITORIAL MISLEADING 

H U R p 4 7AL D ^RMINrHuC^E5S E COM„^TEl D ™ T ° UR SHE4R ° N H4RRIS 
?SS E ^,, IAK ^5. N S A CTION ON REQUEST FROM CASH GROUP 

^E°pbwlS I p^NT R COS E T P S DR f E AgTgoN^ U NUCLE4R P " NT S ' TE 

izw g?Wc T i.erTSuS L iHe T .Rjg u H»iiR R ? is nuclear pl4nt 

HARRIS TOUR 'INFORMS' COUNTY LEA0ERS 

COUNCIL BACKING SOUGHT TO TEST EVACUATION PLAN 

"PER PLANS MAY NOT WORK IN REAL WORLD 

r2c N £Jt, BA L K 5n LETTER 0N NUCLEAR PLANT 
THE REAL CONSERVATIVES 

iJI95 N IJi.M5 R1S F0ES ARE BEING MANIPULATED 
DON'T OPERATE NUCLEAR PLANT 

cn?ilI e SI. ?I T JIi f COMMISSIONERS ON EVACUATION PLAN 

HE R LL STAY AND FIGHT H ' NDS AB ° UT SAFETV °" * UG LEAR POWER 

£Sr L nfei?P L T. I n rS ECEIVE LOW-POWER OPERATING LICENSE 

£ PC UFF J CIA t S TrjUR SHEARON HARRIS PLANT 

NRC ASKS CASH WHY DRILL NEEDED 

COMMISSIONER BELL CAN'T SUPPORT ALL CASH'S PLAN 

CASH SURPRISED BY BELL'S PROPOSAL 

NUCLEAR PLANT SIRENS MAY BE TESTEO LATE 

AGENCY HIRES CONSULTANTS TO STUDY CPCL PLANT COSTS 

N: R LANT EVACUATION PLAN TO BE UPDATED ° 5 S 

rS£. 6N ?I5S E R3 5 RESSING F0R CPCL'S HARRIS PLANT 
CPCL GETS DRAFT OF TEST LICENSE 

C H^RI R s E 2^}5 s L P ! R4 N i N& M kY C If E EL F 2Y E a HE4R ° N H4RR1S NUCLE4R " LANT 
SHEARON HARRIS READY FOR TESTING 

M^ILE E H^ R E S R? F STS1?T 4 oSs'aK E 8, B ^2 ND » CU " ,4IN F ° R ° U! " FR,S " 

AN ABSURD ARGUMENT 

5ni ARP ? c HA , RR i S REACTOR A PRESSURE COOKER 

HAR^h^sTOciNsI SeL^eS H4RR ' S ' PR,S ° N EEEL 

H.5«!s R pi.NT , EiT? K ;?cis R E SHE * R0N H4RRIS 

P V LANT ? R g T II T T lRr PL4NT L ' CENSE 

C nf, L ,^!!; L HnLD DRILL THIS EVENING 

COALITION FILES NFW ALLEGATIONS AGAINST PLANT 

S HEAR ON HARRIS DRILL GOES SMOOTHLY L4NT 

uY^ol H^R.i^JiCl! ^kTl^n, 
j! R I^T^ ? R ME L F^ R ^^RG?N V C ER4 DR L IL 4 L SUCCESSi - -"CEMENTS NEEDED j 

Jny RN ,§ URG Ta SEEK - 2ND DRILL AT PLANT 
WE°E X K^D° p 4 5E C L OU L N T IgfN! V |Ip E ?CTiD C .i T M ARR Z f§ PLANT 
NUCLEAR 1 ^AN? 4 L D EA DirF r u?L T ^ ARON^rI 1 S^IV 
LOA0ING CONTINUES AT SHEARON HARRIS ! 



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CPCL WILL ASK FOR RATE INCREASE _»„„ 

USING HARRIS PLANT HILL COST ••ORE THAN SCRAPPING IT, PROFESSORS FIND 

ECONOMISTS: CPf-L COULD SAVE MDNEY BY JUNKING PLANT 

OUR RIGHTS ARE VIOLATED 

WHO'S RESPONSIBLE' 

HARRIS PLANT'S FULL-POWER LICFNSE DELAYED 

FIRED ENGINEER, CPCL SETTLE SUIT 

SHEARON HARRIS: DOUBLE ANGUISH 

EFFECTS ON N.C., VIRGINIA 

HARRIS NUCLEAR POWER PLANT TO COST EXTRA 1191 MILLION 

CONCEPT OF NUCLEAR PLANT ADVISORY GROUP cNOOHSED 

CPCL POARO VOTES TO DELAY BUILDING OF MAYO UNIT TWO 

CPCL TO DELAY COMPLETION OF 2ND UNIT 

TRIANGLE J APPROVES HARRIS ADVISORY PANEL 

NPC TOUR FINOS SHEARUN HARRIS READY 

NUCLEAR LICENSE MAY BE ISSUED UNDER A WAIVER 

NUCLEAR PLANT A BAD IDEA 

RATE RELIEF BYPASSES STATE'S ELECTRICITY USERS 

TAR HEELS TO SAY GOODBYE TO BELOW-AVERAGE ELECTRIC BILLS 

CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT CO., HYCO POWER PLANT 
SEE ALSO HYCO LAKE 

ACTION STARTEO ON BONOS FOR CPCL PLANT 

DOT ANNOUNCES PLANS TO PAVE 7 PERSON ROADS 

CAROLINA POWER ANO LIGHT CO., MAYO CREEK GENERATING PLANT 

SEE ALSO UTILITY PLANTS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR ELECTRICAL UTILITIES > 
CHLORINE LEAK IN OOXBORO STOPPED 
CPCL SEEKS EXEMPTION FOR MAYQ POWER PLANT 
COMMISSION SAYS POWER PLANT MUST HAVE 'SCRUBBERS' 
CPCL BOARD VOTES TO DELAY BUILDING OF MAYO UNIT TWO 
CPCL TO DELAY COMPLETION OF 2ND UNIT 

CAROLINA POWER ANO LIGHT CO., R0X80R0 ELECTRIC GENERATING CO. 

PI AlIo UTILm'PLANTS ISEE ALSO NAMES OF PARTICULAR ELECTRICAL UTILITIES! .,,„„. . , 
CPCL PLANT MARKS 20TH ANNIVERSARY » I .T,'*l'\° t J 

CPCL BUILOING OFFICE NEAR ROXBORO H ' '2/09/86 L 1 

CAROLINA QUARTERLY (MAGAZINE! 

MAGAZINE WINS NATIONAL GRANT 

CAROLINA REGIONAL THEATRE 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS 

SEE ALSO N.C. THEATER 

SEE ALSO PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY CO. 

STAGE II: SHEPARD DRAMA OPENS N.C. THEATRE EXPERIMENT 

CAROLINA REST HOME 

FIRE CLEARS REST HOME 

CAROLINA SPORTS ASSOCIATIUN 

TWO GROUPS WANT PARI-MUTUEL BETTING 

CAROLINA STOCK YARDS 

HAY ARRIVES IN NICK OF TIME FOR DAIRY FARM 
COWBOY BELIEVES IN HARO WORK, HORSE SENSE 

CAROLINA SUMMER 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, CURRICULUM 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, SUMMER SCHOOL 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO SAMPLE COLLEGE LIFE 

UNC TO HOST 50 TOP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR ACADEMIC PROGRAM 

CAROLINA SUNROCK CORP. (BUTNER, N.C.I 

COMPANY WILL TRY TO PREVENT JARRING BLASTS 
QUARRY TRUCKS MAY BE BARREO FR OM ROAD 

CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM _ 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, SYMPOSIA 
CAROLINA SYMPOSIUM TO INCLUDE WRITES ELLISON, 
MILES DAVIS TO PERFORM AT UNC 
TECHNOLOGY CREATING INEQUALITY, SAYS CRITIC 

CAROLINA TARWHEELS BICYCLE CLUB 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

BIKE FEST BACK FOR MEMORIAL DAY 

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES GRANTS FOR SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS 

CAROLINA TELEPHONE CO. 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHL 1GHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

OXFORO POARO ENDORSES STARTING OF 911 SYSTEM 

RESIDENTS IN PUTNER, CREEOMOO- MAY SEE PHONE BILL HIKES, CHANGES 

TRIANGLE PHONE GROWTH DEPENDS ON FUNDS 

PHONE RATES SET FOR USE IN GRANVILLE POLL 

EXPANDED PHONE USE PROMOTED 

NORTHERN GRANVILLE FAVORS EXPANDED PHONE SERVICE „_.,,„. 

GRANVILLE EXTENOEO PHONE SERVICE MAY BE READY WITHIN 18 MONTHS 

CAROLINA THEATFR (DURHAM, N.C.I 

SEE ALSO CAROLINA CINEMA CORP. OF DURHAM 

COUNCIL HEARS MUSEUM, THEATER BOND SUPPORTERS 

HEARING ON BONOS TURNS INTO CELEBRATION 

GUITAR "USIC FEATURED 

READING AT THE "OVIES 

FUNDS REPORT WRONG ON BOND RE c ERENOUM 

fundSYo'r'enovat^caKSl'ina theater. SCIENCE museum in bond referendum 

THEATER, MUSEUM WILL BENEFIT IF BONDS ARE APPROVED 

GIVE ARTS. MUSEUM A BOOST 

THEATER BONO FUNDS OPPOSED 

PRESERVED CAROLINA THEATER CAN SERVE MANY IN DURHAM 

BONOS WON'T SUBSIDIZE THEATER 

REOBONE STILL REO HOT WITH OLD BLUES, JAZZ 

COUNTY MANAGER ASKS S1T.S MILLION FOR SPACE NEEDS 

COUNTY SETS JUNE 16 HEARING ON BONDS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

SANFORD COMMITTEE LEASES SPACE IN TH C ATER 

SANFORD OPENS HEADQUARTERS IN THEATER BUILDING 

PHOTOS CAPTURE HOLLYWOOD'S PAST 

COMPANIFS SPONSORING THEATER 

3 FIRMS SPONSOR THEATER 

•ROOM' FINALLY LEAVES 

THEATER BONOS OPPOSED 

PLAYMAKERS GATHER AT NOSTALGIC PARTY 

AREA'S CULTURAL ASSETS NEEO PJBLIC'S SUPPORT 

ON TUUR 

EDITOR'S NOTE WAS UNFAIR 

ARTISTIC MERIT CO"ES F IB ST 

TOM RUSH COMES TO CENTERFEST FUR 

BLACKS IN MOVIES CAROLINA TOPIC 

THEATER CELEBRATES 60 YEARS 

CAROLINA THEATRE ROBBER ELUDES CHASE 



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IN PERFORMANCE AT CAROLINA THEATRE 



AN ANNIVERSARY OF FILM DELIGHTS 
WOULD-BE POLICE HELPER CHARGE? AFTER CHASE 
PURSUER OF THIEF TO BE CLEARED BY POLICE 
CHARGES AGAINST MAN CHASING THIEF DROPPED 
£?I5. WO f J !: D TAKE CENTER STAGE WITH BONDS' PASSAGE 
STAGVILLE HONORS -GONE WITH THE wINO' ACTOR 
SCHOOL BUS WRECKS: PUPILS TREATED AT THEATER 
ARTS, MUSEUM: A GOOD VISION 

thUp , s n , s5ows E h 6 r8 N s? U f'f DS MI5S HAR FAC,NG 0THER issues 

A PUPPET SHOW 

LUMINARIES MAKE THE EVENING SPARKLE 

VOTERS OK ALL OURHAM COUNTY BONDS 

FREE ADVERTISING 

SIX OTHER BOND ISSUES APPROVED 

MUSIC FOR THE BRAIN 

CONCERT TO BENEFIT CAROLINA THEATER 

D P UC L K TEB S^R A EA K ?H 0N APp 6 A « r % ^ ™ ™ E C "° L[NA 

'duck's breath' drama 

comeoy troupe 'dares to be s tu p 1 • 

playing for ywca 

artists salute fans at durham concerts 

thanks for concert 

new year's eve events 

hosts were gracious to the last 

it's time to shout about new durham 

celebrate at the carolina 

carolina theater ballr0o" 

•winterfeast' : an evening of revelry 

carolina times (newspaperi 
see also newspapers, durham 
blacks should revise history 

carolina trade mart 

trade mart site sought 

fashion exhibitors vote to remain in charlotte 
carolina trailways 

what movie is showing on the bus? 

Carolina wren press 

f22miiI Y u»2ii N 2 A n9 N ,S Nf r l0 ^il S GRANTS FOR SUMMER SCHOLARSHIPS 
CAROLINA WREN PRESS TO CELEBRATE ON WEDNESDAY 

CARQLINAS AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

ROBERSON HEADS CAROLINAS AM 
ROBERSON, HARWELL IN CAROLINAS FINAL 
FANFARE: ROBERSON TAKES TITLE 

CAROLINAS CASH MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. FUOUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

CASH MANAGEMENT STARTS SCHOLARSHIP AT FUOUA SCHOOL 

CAROLINAS CONSTRUCTION TRAINING COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 
SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

APPRENTICES BUILDING CAREERS. FUTURES 

CAROLINAS GOLF ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO GOLF 

SEE ALSO N.C. JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 
OUO WINS AT B-UNDER 
N.C. TEAMS IN FINAL 

CAROLINAS GOLF HALL OF FAME 

5 L " A Ji???;i PATH LEAD H ' H RIGHT INTO SHRINE 
K • M • DIGEST 



CAROLINAS HOSPITAL ALCOHOLISM PROGRAM SERVICES 
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RESEARCH PARK 

CAB ?y N J L S ^' F R GINIA N FASHION EXHIBITORS 

FASHION EXHIBITORS VOTE TO REMAIN IN CHARLOTTF 
FASHION EXHIBITORS TO STAY IN CHARLOTTE 

CAROLINE MANAGEMENT CORP. 

OURHAM HOTEL TO GET NEW NAME 

NfW YEAR TO RING IN NEW NAME FOR HILTON 

DROPPING 'HILTON' NAME IS A LOT MORE THAN NEW SIGNS 

THF CAROLINIAN 

SEE ALSO AMTRAK 

lf E *. L 5S CHARLOTTE/RALEIGH TRAn SERVICE 

SEE ALSO RAILROADS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO TRAINS 

??8?°f A L?* Y ,? U J r - AR OLINIAN BACK ON TRACK 

RIDERS KEEP TRAIN ON TRACKS 

£ E R. E ,R AL B UOGET MAY KEFP TRAIN OFF RAILS 

PLATF y OR FE ?u^,0?^ E ^r^R U V^rrLt E T P MES RO, -' NMN ^ "*« 
N.C. OFFICIAL SAYS CAROLINIAN STALLEO THROUGH JUNE 

CAROWINOS 

?N F THE T S°PO E T^IGHT ASON " "ROW.NOS 

SOAP OPERA FESTIVAL IN CHARLOTTE THIS WEEKEND 

CARPENTER FLETCHER ROAD 

ROAD CONDITIONS POOR 

DURHAM'S GROWTH SPURS NEEO FOR FIRE STATION. TOWFR 

F -i RE r iI' r, .9 N .', RM),a T0HER lN bono plan ° E 

73-ACRE REZONING REQUEST APPROVED BY COUNTY PANEL 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

3 A BL P AC N Jr UI? U C S A P ^E NTE 5 R^ 4 " SALESMEN FOR TAKING HOLIDAY 

CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET: BEST WISHES FOR a SUCCESS CHILDREN'S CLASSIC (AOI 

CARPENTER'S INC. 

SEE CARPENTER'S CHEVROLET INC. 

CARPETS 

SEE ALSO RUGS 

STATE OFFICIALS TO ENJOY COMFY, CAROLINA BLUE CARPET 
CAPPOOLING 

III ItlS IMp-SSlI "" RI0E5HAR '^ PROGRAM 
PACE PICKS UP FOR VANPOOL PROGRAM 
REGIONAL TRAFFIC AUTHORITY PROPOSED 

CARR MILL SHOPPING MALL 



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S^OR lR A T 6 |r50^? "Tc^Ce'nTRAL DESIGNS WINNING LOG. FOR MALL 
9-ACRE PURCHASE OK ■ FOR ENO PIVER STATE PARK 

CARR UNITED "ETHOOIST CHURCH 

OLD T SCOURGE V 'oF RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION STILL AFFLICTS WORLD (INCORRECT HL I 

CHURCHES ANNOUNCE ACTIVITIES 

BAZAAR PREPARATIONS 

CHURCHES SPONSOR ANNUAL FALL BAZAARS 

""sEE^ALSa'plNGHAM TOWNSHIP IWEST OF CARRPORO, N.C.I 

sfe also fires. carrboro 

see also friends of old carrboro 

SE carpboro°wo2an S wants R inforhation on father reporteo hissing in laos 
kite fly brings air space woes, fun to carrboro 
carrboro named tree city usa 
carrboro -clean up' week set for may 12-16 
bill freo for orange. chatham legislation 
deadline is extended __ _„„ 

no traffic fatalities rfportej by carrboro 

CARRBORO TO COLLECT LEAVES AT CURBSIDES UNTIL MARCH 1 

CAREFUL IN CARRBORO 

ANNUAL CARRBORO TOUR OF HOUSES SCHEDULED TODAY 

TOUR OF HOMES IN CARRBORO 

CARRBORO. N.C.. ANNEXATION 
SEE ALSO ANNEXATION 

SFE ALSO CHAPEL HILL. N.C.. ANNEXATION 
ALDFRHEN AMEND PACT ON PLANNING 
ALDERMEN CONTINUE SUBDIVISION HEARING 
LAWYER: LAND-USE PLAN WOULD LIMIT AMBERLY 
TALKS LEAVE ISSUES IN DISPUTE 

CARRBORO. N.C.. APARTMENTS _ 

SEE ALSO OAKWOOD APTS. (CARRBORO. N.C.I 
SEE ALSO RAMSGATE APARTMENTS 
APARTMENT PLANS GET GO-AHEAO 

CARRBORO. N.C.. BONO REFERENDUMS 

"UrBURo'oFfTci'aLsIyE I.KanJiaL FUTURE DUE TO LOSS OF FUNDS 

' SEE ALSO*C ARRBORO. N.C.. BOND REFERENDUMS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO. N.C.. REVENUE SHARING FUNDS 

BOARO APPROVES PLAN FOR CONNECTOR ROADS __.,, ,„ r . T .„ nnuiuTnuiu 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN WANTS NEW POST OFFICE LOCATED DOWNTOWN 
2 l/2e PROPERTY TAX INCREASE IN TOWN'S SUGGESTED BUDGET 
PROPOSED BUOGFT TO RAISE CARR3O»0 TAX BY 17 PERCENT 

OWASA TO LET FUNDS GO 

TOWN ALLOWED TO 0IV6RT MONEY MEANT FOR WATER 

CARRBORO TAX RATE GOING UP I CENT 

TAX INCREASES FOR CARRBORO ARE FORESEEN 

CARRBORO LEADERS OPTIMISTIC A?OUT TOWN'S FINANCIAL FUTURE 
CARRBORO OFFICIALS EYE FINANCIAL FUTURE DUE TO LOSS OF FUNDS 

CARRBORO. N.C.. BUSINESSES orr ...„«. 

BICYCLE COMPANY ROLLS ITS WAY TO BIG SUCCESS 

CARRBORO. N.C.. CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO CABLE TELEVISION. N.C. , 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
ALERT CABLE TV TO HIKE RATES. ALTER SERVICE 

"^^AgRBSRS-V.^K^MSR^HO^ESr-ELL-OES.GNEO INDUSTRIAL PARK 

CARRB C ^RbSrO-BoIr C S N F Av8r? E ORO^.^ T PLAN FOR CALVANDER INDUSTRIAL AREA 

CARRBORO, N.C. FESTIVALS 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS. N.C. , , . 

FOURTH OF JULY FUN PLANNEO IN TRIANGLE 
YOUNG FLAGWAVER 

CARR TES , iDENTsVlp R p B L'AN FOR L I NDU? TR I AL AREA NEAR CALVANDER 
SPECIAL TRASH COLLECTION TO BE OFFERED NEXT WEEK 
TOWN TO COLLECT CURBSIDE LEAVES 

CARRBORO. N.C, GREENWAY PLAN ,.„„„.„. 

"c'ASR^^bFV'RF^EXL^REt.DESTr'sTRONGLY FAVOR GREENWAYS CONCEPT 

CARRBORO. N.C. GROWTH DEVELOPMENT 
APARTMENT PLANS GET GO-AHEAD 
LAST HEARING ON LAND PLAN IS THURSDAY 

RESIDENTS RIP PLAN FOR INOUSTalAL AREA NEAR CALVANOER 
ALDERMEN CONTINUE SUBDIVISION HEARING 
AMBERLY PLAN SPURS CLARIFICATION 
CONFERENCE MULLS CHAPEL HILL GROWTH 

LAWYER: LAND-USE PLAN WOULO LIMIT AMBERLY -,_,, 

3 GOVERNMENTAL BODIES AIR WATERSHEO. PLANNING RIFTS 

C M a A R% R 8rO RR S^ySr T nSwIeEKS^OPEN SESSION ON WATERSHED 
CARRbORO CAUTIONEO ON WATERSHED PROJECTS 

p R S^FR SS SAYS e D RD INA 8 3c A E B °?O M°E g 6 gl ^DEVELOPMENT IN WATERSHED 

ci L RRBORO A V V ?s!^V E MOR^ BASsKsf WELL- DE S 1 GN ED INDUSTRIAL PARK 

CARR '?£u:BLULK , CARRBORO C 0?STRICT r pLACED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 



INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 



CARRBO B 0, N 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMtNI 

CARRBORO VISION: more HOUSES, WELL-DE SI GNEO INDUSTRIAL PARK 

CARRBORO, N.C, LAND USE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, L«NO USE 

CARRBORO TO PURSUE SEPARATE PLANNING PACT ,..„.„„„ 

RESIDENTS RIP PLAN FOR INDUSTRIAL ARcA NEAR CALVANDER 

CALVANDER PLAN OROPPED, SAYS CARRBORO'S WILLIFQRO ,„,„_.,.. .„_. 

CARRBORO BOARO FAVORS DROPPING PLAN FOR CALVANOER INDUSTRIAL AREA 

AMBERLY PLAN SPURS CLARIFICATION 

COMMISSIONERS OK JOINT LANO-USE PLAN 

HEARING ON LANO-USE CONTINUED 

AUTHORITY LEFT QUESTIONING ITS AUTHORITY 

LAWYER: LAND-USE PLAN WOULD LIMIT AMBERLY 

IS PUBLIC WELCOME - * 

CARPBORO MAYOR NOW SEEKS OPEN SESSION ON WATERSHED 

CARRBORO CAUTIONED ON WATERSHED PROJECTS 



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PROGRESS CITEO ON BOARDS" 01 S* GR EEMENTS 

CARRBORO BOARD AOOPTS ORDINANCE ON LAND USE 

CARR80R0 OKS REVISED JOINT LANO-USE PLAN 

PLANNER SAYS ORDINANCE TO MEAN BETTER DEVELOPMENT IN WATERSHtO 

JOINT WATERSHED ISSUES STILL UNRESOLVED "AitKiHtU 

TALKS LEAVE ISSUES IN OISPUTE 

CONFUSION CLOUDS RURAL BUFFER 

CARR">ORO. N.C.. MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CARRBORO MAYOR DECIDES AGAINST A PROCLAMATION 

CARRBORO. N.C.i ORDINANCES 

CARRBORO APPROVES LOWER HEIGHT LIMITS ON SOME BUILDINGS 

HEARING ON LANO-USE CONTINUED 

CARRBORO BOARD ADOPTS OROINANCE ON LANO USE 

PLANNER SAYS OROINANCE TO MEA'I BETTER DEVELOPMENT IN WATERSHED 

CARRBORO. N.C., PARKING AREAS 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C., PARKING AREAS 
SEE ALSO PARKING VIOLATIONS 

TOWN OEOICATES NEW PARKING LOT 

CARRBORO RAISES ILLEGAL PARKING FINE FROM $5 TO S50 

CARRBORO, N.C., PARKS 

HALLEY'S COMET OBSERVATION DAYS TO BE HELD 

WORKING UNOER A CLOUD 

CARRBORO VISION: MORE HOUSES, WELL-DESIGNED INDUSTRIAL PARK 

CARRBORU. N.C., POPULATION 

CRIME INCREASING AS CARRBORO GROWS, REMAINS STEADY IN CHAPEL HILL 

CARRBORO, N.C., PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO CARRBO'O, N.C., TAXES 

PROPOSED BUDGET TO RAISE CARRBORO TAX BY 17 PERCENT 
CARRBORO LEADERS OPTIMISTIC AHGUT TOWN'S FINANCIAL FUTURE 
CARRBORO OFFICIALS EYE FINANCIAL FUTURE DUE TO LOSS OF FUNDS 

CARRBORO, N.C.. REVENUE SHARING FUNDS 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BUDGET 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN WANTS NEW POST OFFICE LOCATED DOWNTOWN 

CARRPOPO. N.C., SEWER LINES 

SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

SEE WATER AND SEWER LINES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CAPRPORO. N.C., STREETS 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION AOVISORY BOARO 
CARRBORO VOTES TO SUSTAIN HUMAN S C RVICE FUNDING 
BOARD APPROVES PLAN FOR CONNECTOR ROADS 
P 'l A !^ E ,5„ SAT 5 ,?°5° f>L4N WON'T MEAN CONDEMNING LANO 

two R c B uSSec?or DS roaS? X2r approved 6 LAND "nomnation 

car^orVoks^aiS'stre'e't wor'k n S0LVE ' P0LICE CHIEf TELLS 80AR0 
ONE-WAY traffic plan hits ROADBLOCK 

CARRBORO, N.C., TAX RATE 

CARRBORO TAX RATE GOING UP 1 CENT 

CARRBORO, N.C., TAXES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., PROPERTY TAXES 
CARRBORO TAGS DUE 

CRACKDOWN PLANNED OVER AUTO STICKERS 
OWASA TO LET FUNDS GO 

TAX INCREASES FOR CARRBORO ARE FORESEEN 
VEHICLE STICKERS SENT OUT 
CARRBORO LEADERS OPTIMISTIC ABOUT TOWN'S FINANCIAL FUTURE 

CARRPOPO, N.C., TRAFFIC 

REPORT: CARRBORO ROADS OVER CAPACITY 

SSi^I? ?r"aff , !c TE pla'n- h^ts^Iobl'ocT"' P0UCE CHIEF TELL5 board 

CAPRBORO, N.C», WATER RATES 

SEE ORANGE WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY 

SEE WATER AND SEWER RATES, CHAPEL HILL AND CARRBORO 

CARRBORO, N.C., ZONING 

CORRECT?ONS PR ° VES L ° UEH HE,GHT LIMITS ON SOME BUILDINGS 

INDUSTRIAL PARK DRAWS OBJECTIONS 

CONTROL OF WATERSHED POLICIES DEBATED 

AMBERLY PLAN SPURS CLARIFICATION 

CARRBORO CAUTIONEO ON WATERSHFD PROJECTS 

CARRBORO OKS REVISEO JUINT LAND-USE PLAN 

ALDERMEN STRUGGLE WITH ARTSCHOOL ZUNING WOE 

CONFUSION CLOUDS RURAL BUFFER 

CARRBORO 2000 TASK FORCE 

CARRBORO VISION: MORE HOUSES, WELL-DESIGNED INDUSTRIAL PARK 

CARRBORO APPEARANCE COMMITTEE 

CARRBORO SURVEY REVEALS RESIOENTS STRONGLY FAVOR GREENWAYS CONCEPT 

CARRRORO^ART^SCHOOL fNOW^CENTER FO* VISUAL C PERFORMING ARTSI 

SEE ALSO CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 
SEE ALSO COMPOSER'S FORUM 
SEE ALSO MONDAY NIGHT LIVE 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

POPS CONCFRT ALL SHE PROMISED 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

NCCU OPENS NEW BLACK MUSIC ARCHIVE 

ARTSCHOOL WHODUNIT THEATER JUST FOR FUN 

'SI?!^!?^^ "ASHED OUT, BUT THE SHOW WILL GO ON 

SMALL PRESSES FOCUS OF ROOK FAIR 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

DUKE POWER GIVES $15,000 TO ARTSCHOOL 

RECEIVING DONATION 

Iol'J,"i£ AL „5!!'"- L SHOWCASED IN CARRBORO ONE-ACTS 
ARTSCHOOL RFCEIVES LOAN 
GRANT BOOSTS ARTSCHOOL 
ARTSCHOOL OFFICERS 

IN C Thf Y spStlIGHT AVS SUHHERFEST CONCERTS 

CUL-f5RA;° R xCHAhc.E M0RE L0CAL BILLS 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

ARTSCHOOL MIME SHOW DELIGHTFUL, POIGNANT 

ARTSCHOOL IS 125,000 BELOW GOAL 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

4 tVmoNDAy'S P 'R , EST' ULL SCHEDULE of f1ll CLASSES 
IN THE SPOTLIGHT 



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1 P N 


K65 


3 


11/26/86 


r 


1 N 




3 


12/17/86 


C 


1 M N 


MIO 



H 
H 

H 3 12/17/86 C 1 N K65 

H 3 12/31/86 C 1 N K65 

H 2 1/10/86 D 6 p N 



1/24/86 _ 
2/04/86 B 
2/0 7/86 D 
2/11/86 B 
2/18/86 A 
2/19/86 A 
4/17/86 D 
4/18/86 D 
4/25/86 
4/25/86 A 
4/25/86 C 
4/29/86 C 
5/22/86 A 
5/27/86 A 
6/02/66 A 
6/03/86 A 
6/06/86 D 
6/21/86 



10 
12 

A 

6 

16 

2 

5 

17 

4 

5 

11 



7/01/86 B 

7/11/86 

9/05/86 B 

8/08/86 B 

8/15/86 D 

8/21/86 D 

8/21/86 D 

8/22/86 D 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 



MONDAY NIGHT LIVE FINALE PROVES PLEASING TO EAR 

PUCHASE, CA"E. USE OF PHOTO EQUIPMENT IS WORKSHOP SUBJECT 

COLTRANF TRIBUTES SET IN CARRBORO, DURHAM 

CENTER HOSTS OPEN HOUSE _ _. , „.„, 

TOUCH MIME THEATER: ARTSCHOOL SHOWS CELEBRATE CARRBORO'S MIME... 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

ARTSCHOOL RECEIVES 121.000 FROM GLAXO 

IN THE SPOTL IGHT 

ARTSCHOnL NOT ART SCHOOL 

ART SCHOOL OFFERS 'ARTS PLUS" 

OF DANCERS. LANOt FEET, HANDS 

SOUTH SOUARE. ARTSCHOOL HALLOJEEN HOSTS 

•ALGONQUIN" JEWEL OF A COMEDY 

NCCU STAGES VIOLENT 'EXTREMITIES' 

TURN-OFF OPENING SPOILS "TOP SIRLS' 

PIANIST IS NEXT IN JAZZ SERIES 

ARTSCHOOL IS BRANCHING OUT UNTIL NEW HOME READY APRIL I 

ALDERMEN STRUGGLE WITH ARTSCHOOL ZONING HOE 

THE BLAKES: ODO COMBINATION PLAYS COUNTRY IN CARR30R0 TONIGHT 

ARTSCHOOL SAFE STOLEN 

BLAKE BRAND OF COUNTRY STRAIGHT OFF THE PORCH 

MIXED STOCKING GIG CLOSES SUNDAY JAZZ CARR MILL MALL STANO 

CARRBORO BICYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM 
SFE ALSO BICYCLE SAFETY 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

BICYCLING SAFETY MEETING PLANNED 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

CARRBORO BUARO OKS PLANS FOR CARE CENTER 

CAPRBOPO BOARD OF ALDERMEN 

ALDERMEN SUPPORT STUDY OF MERGER 

CARRBORO OKS STUDY OF MERGER 

CARRBORO BUARO WARILY ENOORSES JOINT PLANNING 

CARRBORO APPROVES LOWER HEIGHT LIMITS ON SOME BUILDINGS 

CORRECTIONS 

CARRBORO VOTES TO SUSTAIN HUMAN SERVICE FUNOING 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY TO GET CARRBORO LOTS FOR HO EACH 

BOARO OKS NON-PROFIT HOUSING 

APARTMENT PLANS GET GO-AHEAO 

BOARO APPROVES PLAN FOR CONNE:TOR ROADS 

BOARD REQUIRES RAMSGATE PROJECT TO HAVE RUNOFF PuND 

RAHSGATE GROUP TOLD TO BUILD POND 

CARRBORO TO PURSUE SEPARATE PLANNING PACT 

TWO CONNECTOR ROADS ARE APPROVED 

CARRBORO ALDERMAN LEAVING 

CARRBORO ALDERMAN TO RESIGN POSITION 

ALOERMEN AMEND PACT ON PLANNING 

GETTING IT STRAIGHT 

2 1/2P PROPERTY TAX INCREASE IN TOWN'S SUGGESTED BUDGET 

CARRBORO BOARO FAVORS DROPPING PLAN FOR CALVANDER INDUSTRIAL AREA 
ALDERMEN OPPOSE OPENING PLANT 

TOWN ALLOWED TO DIVERT MONEY MEANT FOR WATER 

REPORT: TRAFFIC OUTSTRIPPING ROAOS 

LAND-USE PLAN MUST PRECEOE PACT 

ALDERMEN CONTINUE SUBDIVISION HEARING 

CONTROL OF WATERSHEO POLICIES DEBATED 

FROM CAPROORQ TO DURHAM 

AMBERLY PLAN SPURS CLARIFICATION 

NO PROMISES HAUNT THIS ALOERMAN 

PROBLEM OF LOITERING NOT EASY TO SOLVE. 

HEARING ON LAND-USE CONTINUED 

AUTHORITY LEFT OUESTIONING ITS AUTHORIIY 

FORCED CLOSING THREAT FACING STORES AT CENTER 

PLANTATION PLAZA PERMITS MAY BE REVOKEO 

CHANGE SOUGHT IN FIRE COVERAGE NEAR CARRBORO 

STORES GIVEN REPRIEVE FROM CLOSING THREAT 

OFVELOPER SAYS HE WILL PROCEED ON SEPTIC SYSTEM 

IS PUBLIC WELCOME? , rTr 

3 GOVERNMENTAL BODIES AIR WATERSHED. PLANNING RIFTS 
CARRBORO RAISES ILLEGAL PARKING FINE FROM «5 TO 150 
CARRBORO OKS MAIN STREET WORK 

CARRBORO CAUTIONED ON WATERSHED PROJECTS 

CARRBORO BOARO ADOPTS ORDINANCE ON LAND USE 

CARRBORO OKS REVISEO JOINT LA1D-USE PLAN 

ALDERMEN STRUGGLE WITH ARTSCHOOL ZONING WOE 

ONE-WAY TRAFFIC PLAN HITS ROAOBLOCK 

CARRBORO VISION: MORE HOUSES, WELL-DESIGNED INDUSTRIAL PARK 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN, BUDGET „ 

2 1/2? PROP c RTY TAX INCREASE IN TOWN'S SUGGESTED BUDGET 

CARRBORO TAX RATE GOING UP 1 CENT 

TAX INCREASES FOR CARRBORO ARE FORESEEN 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN, MEMBER REPLACEMENT 
ALDERMEN TO OECIDF APPOINTMENT PROCESS 

CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN WA^ITS NEW POST OFFICE LOCATED DOWNTOWN 
WANT TO BE AN ALOERMAN? DEADLINE TOOAY 
5TH PERSON APPLIES FOR CARRBORO POST 
SIX SEEKING CARRBORO BOARO POSITION 
MARSHALL APPOINTEO CARRBORO ALOERMAN 
MARSHALL TO FILL BOARD SEAT 
2 1/2C PROPERTY TAX INCREASE IN TOWN'S SUGGESTEO BUDGET 

CARRBORO COMMUNITY PARK 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C.. PARKS 

CARRBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL .-._. r „ r .. T 

OUKE ATHLETE IS STAR OF BLACK HISTORY EVENT 
GETTING IT STRAIGHT 

SCHOOL OVERCROWDING TOP ISSUE! BUDGET OK • 
SCHOOL OVERCROWDING TOPS BUDGET ISSUE AT MEETING 
CULTURAL EXCHANGE 

SOMETHING FOR THE CHRISTMAS To E E 
L'CHAIM! FIRST-GRAUERS SAMPLE LATKES AND HANNUKAH 



police chief tells board 



CARRBORO FIRE DEPT. 

FIRE DESTROYS CARRBORO HOME 

$2,655 PONATEO FOR °AIR WHOSE HOME DESTPUYEO 
RESCUES FPOM FARM MACHINES P Aa T OF FIRE SCHOOL 
CHANGE SOUGHT IN FIRE COVERAGE NEAR CARRBORO 
FIRE TRAINING 

CAPRBOPO HUMAN SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

CARRBORO VOTES TO SUSTAIN HUMAN SERVICE FUNDING 

CARRBORO MAYOR'S OFFICE 

SEE CARRBORO, N.C.. MAYOR'S OFFICE 

CARRBORO PLANNING OFFICE _,.. 

SEE ALSO ORANGE/CHAPEL H I L L/C AR5 BORO PLANNING AREA 
PLANNERS DIFFER OVER PROPOSAL 
INDUSTRIAL PARK DRAWS OBJECTIONS 



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H 2 


8/29/86 


D 


3 




R 


C85 


H 2 


9/05/86 


D 


5 




N 




H ? 


9/05/86 


D 


8 




N 




S 2 


9/1 1/86 


D 


11 




N 




H ? 


9/12/86 


D 


1 


p 


F 


W66 


H 2 


9/19/06 


D 


6 


P 


N 




H 2 


9/26/86 





6 


p 


N 




H 3 


10/11/86 


B 


1 




N 




H 2 


10/17/86 





6 


P 


F 




H 2 


10/17/86 


A 


4 




L 




S 2 


10/23/B6 





11 




N 




H 2 


10/24/66 


D 


10 


D 


R 


G68 


H 2 


10/28/86 


A 


1 3 




U 


W66 


H 2 


1 1/07/86 





8 




R 


LAI 


H 2 


1 1/14/06 


D 


6 




N 


W66 


H 2 


11/18/86 


B 


13 




R 


W66 


H 1 


11/22/86 


C 


3 




N 




H 2 


1 1/26/86 


A 


13 




N 


W66 


H 3 


11/26/86 


C 


1 




N 




H 2 


11/28/86 





7 


P 


P 




H 2 


12/05/86 





1 


P 


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U66 


H 2 


12/09/86 


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12/12/86 





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H ? 


12/16/86 


c 


5 


P 


R 


S66 



S 2 6/24/86 C 



H 3 12/04/86 B 1 



H 3 


1/22/86 


C 


1 N 


B 11 


S 2 


1/22/06 


A 


9 N 




H 3 


1/29/86 


8 


1 N 


BIO 


H 3 


2/05/R6 


B 


1 N 


810 


H 3 


2/07/86 


B 


1 N 




H 3 


2/12/86 


B 


I N 


810 


H 3 


2/19/86 


B 


1 N 


BIO 


S 2 


2/19/86 


A 


10 N 




H 3 


2/26/86 


H 


1 N 


B11 


H 3 


3/05/86 


B 


1 N 


811 


H 3 


3/12/86 


C 


1 N 




S 2 


3/12/86 


A 


6 N 




H 3 


3/13/86 


B 


1 M N 


BIO 


H 3 


3/19/86 


C 


1 N 


BIO 


H 3 


3/20/86 


B 


I N 




S 2 


3/20/86 


A 


3 N 




H 3 


4/02/86 


B 


1 N 


BIO 


H 2 


4/26/86 


C 


7 P P 


L20 


H 3 


5/14/06 


c 


i p »i 


BIO 


H 3 


5/21/86 


c 


1 N 


RIO 


H 3 


6/04/86 


c 


I N 


B11 


H 3 


6/05/86 


B 


1 N 




H 3 


6/1 1/86 


c 


1 N 


310 


H 3 


7/08/86 


C 


I N 


810 


H 3 


7/09/86 


B 


1 N 


BIO 


H 3 


7/12/86 


c 


1 N 


810 


H 3 


7/16/86 


C 


1 N 




H 3 


7/23/86 


c 


1 N 


810 


H 3 


8/14/86 


B 


1 P N 


RIO 


H 3 


9/03/86 


B 


1 N 


BIO 


H 3 


9/10/86 


C 


1 N 


Bin 


H 3 


9/1 1/86 


B 


1 N 


861 


H 3 


9/17/86 


C 


1 N 


810 


S 1 


9/17/86 


A 


6 N 




H 2 


9/16/86 


D 


6 N 




H 3 


9/24/86 


C 


1 N 


BIO 


H 3 


9/30/86 


c 


1 N 


K65 


H 2 


10/07/86 


A 


4 L 




H 3 


10/08/86 


c 


I P N 


B 11 


H 3 


10/15/86 


c 


I N 


K65 


H 3 


10/22/66 


c 


2 N 


K65 


H 3 


10/24/86 


B 


4 N 


081 


H 3 


11/12/86 


C 


1 N 


K65 


H 3 


U/19/86 


B 


1 P N 


K65 


H 3 


I 1/26/86 


C 


1 N 




H 3 


12/11/86 


c 


1 N 


K65 


H 3 


12/17/86 


c 


1 N 


K65 



H 3 5/14/86 C 1 P N 810 
H 3 6/25/86 B 1 P N Bin 
H 3 7/02/86 B 1 N BIO 



3 


3/27/86 B 


1 N 




3 


4/16/86 C 


[ ri 


«10 


1 


4/16/86 C 


1 N 




3 

1 


4/17/86 B 
4/18/86 B 


1 N 
1 N 




3 


4/23/86 C 


1 N 


K1U 


? 


4/23/86 C 


1 N 




3 


5/14/86 C 


1 P N 


BID 



2 
2 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 


2/10/86 
4/26/86 
5/06/86 
5/06/86 
7/01/86 
12/09/86 
12/18/86 


A 
C 

C 
A 
B 
C 
B 


1 
2 
1 
g 
I 
1 
1 


p 
P 

p 
P 

P 


N 
P 
N 
N 
P 
p 
N 


W27 
I 21 
W27 

"66 
K30 
W27 


2 
2 
3 
2 
2 


2/06/66 
2/26/86 
9/1 1/86 
9/18/66 
10/27/66 


A 
B 
B 

B 


14 

5 
2 
t 
1 


P 


N 
N 
N 
N 
P 


R76 


3 


2/12/66 


B 


1 




N 


810 



2/27/86 B 
4/05/86 C 



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1/09/87 




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P n 


DATE 


C 


PG 


L 


P 


8YL 




RESIDENTS RIP PLAN FOR INDUSTRIAL AREA NEAR CALVANOER 


H 3 


4/18/86 


B 


1 




N 


MIO 




CALVANOER PLAN DROPPED, SAYS CARRBORO'S WILL1F0R0 


H 3 


5/08/86 


B 


1 




N 


M10 




CARRBORO BOARD FAVORS DROPPING PLAN FOR LALVANDER INDUSTRIAL AREA 


H 3 


5/21/86 


C 


1 




N 


BIO 




CONTROL OF WATERSHED POLICIES OEBATEO 


H 3 


7/12/86 


c 


1 




N 


BIO 




UNIVERSITY LAKE DAYS NUMBERED. PROFESSOR WARNS 


H 3 


8/01 /86 


B 


I 




N 


BIO 




CARRBORO BOARD ADOPTS ORDINANCE ON LAND USE 


H 3 


11/12/86 


C 


1 




M 


K65 




CARRBORO POLICE OEPT. 


















POLICE CHIEFS URGE SCHOOLS TO KEEP DRUG PROGRAM 


H 3 


4/29/86 


c 


1 




N 


A54 




CAR, MOPED THEFTS A PROBLEM FT R POLICE 


H 3 


5/22/06 


B 


1 




N 


RIO 




PROBLEM OF LOITERING NOT EASY TO SOLVE, POLICE CHIEF TELLS BOARD 


H 3 


9/03/86 


B 


1 




N 


810 




FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE AIMS TO GET A TRAINING CENTER 


H 3 


11/10/86 


B 


1 




N 


810 




HERJE ISSUES SEAT BELT LAW REMINDER 


H 3 


12/31/86 


C 


1 




N 






CARRBORO POST OFFICE 


















SEE ALSO POST OFFICES 


















CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN WANTS NEW POST OFFICE LOCATED DOWNTOWN 


H 3 


4/16/86 


C 


1 




N 


R 10 




POSTAL SERVICE SEEKS LAND IN CARRBORO 


H 3 


4/24/86 


B 


1 




N 






NEW POST OFFICE IN CARRBORO LIKELY WILL BE DOWNTOWN 


H 3 


9/13/86 


c 


t 




N 


006 




FAMILY'S ADDRESS KEEPS CHANGING, BUT THEY'VE BEEN AT THE SAME STAND 


H 3 


9/20/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 


MIO 




CARRBORO RECREATION DEPT. 


















SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., PARKS 


















DAY CAMP OFFERED 


S 2 


6/26/86 


D 


12 




N 






IN THE SPOTLIGHT 


H 2 


8/15/86 


D 


6 


p 


N 






CARRBORO PLANS ANNUAL CARNIVAL 


H 2 


10/30/86 


6 


A 




N 






FLOATING SCULPTURE WINS STATE AWARO FOR CARRBORO 


H 3 


11/22/86 


c 


1 


p 


N 






CARRBORO ROAO RACE 


















SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 


















CARRBORO ROAO RACE TO ALTER T'AFFIC FLOW 


H 2 


11/06/86 


s 


3 




N 






CARRBORO TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BnARO 


















SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., STREETS 


















REPORT: CARRBORO ROADS OVER CAPACITY 


H 3 


I /08/86 


B 


I 




N 


B 10 




PLANNER SAYS ROAO PLAN WON'T MEAN CONDEMNING LANU 


H 3 


3/07/86 


B 


1 


M 


N 


R 10 




CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 


















MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBING FOOO MARKET 


S 2 


1/17/86 


c 


1 




N 






TEACHERS ARE PROUO OF MCAULIFFE'S ROLE 


S 2 


1/29/86 


c 


1 




U 






QUILTS TEACH HISTORY PIECE BY PIECE 


S 2 


2/12/86 


c 


L 


P 


N 


S 84 




CARRINGTON STUDENTS NAMED TO HONOR ROLLS 


S 2 


2/14/86 


A 


6 




N 






STORY HIGHLIGHTS GOOD TEACHER 


S 2 


2/19/86 


A 


A 




L 






SPRING. ..SOMEDAY 


H 2 


3/20/86 


B 


1 


p 


p 


M66 




CARRINGTON LISTS HONOR ROLL 


S 2 


5/02/06 


A 


I 6 




N 






NEW SCHOOLS TOP WISH LIST 


H 2 


5/25/06 





1 


p 


F 


C 19 




END-OF-SCHOOL FIGHTS ERUPT, 2 STUDENTS ARRESTED 


M 2 


6/06/86 


B 


4, 




N 






YOUTHS ATTACK PASSERSBY 


S 2 


6/1 1/86 


A 


3 




N 






DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 


H 2 


6/23/86 


B 


1 




N 






CARRINGTON SCHOOL RANSACKED 


S 2 


10/16/86 


A 


I 




N 


T 85 




CARRINGTON VANDALISM COST PUT AT 440,000 


H 2 


1G/1 7/86 


c 


A 




N 






CARRINGTON VANDALS WILL BE APPREHENOED 


S 2 


10/18/B6 


A 


A 




E 






OURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 


H 2 


11/10/86 


B 


1 




N 






CARRINGTON ANNOUNCES STUDENTS ON HONOR ROLL 


S 2 


12/31/86 


C 


6 




N 






CARRINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, BASKETBALL (BOYSI 


















SHERRILL FACES PRESSURE 


S 2 


12/31/86 


D 


3 


P 


N 


815 




CARS 


















SFE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS! 


















CARSEARCH 


















SEE ALSO AUTOS, SALES 


















COLORCRAFT OF DURHAM IS NOW LARGEST FILM PROCESSUR IN U.S. 


H 2 


3/30/86 


C 


14 


P 


U 


L41 




CARTERET COUNTY, N.C. 


















SEN. ROYALL, HOMEOWNERS LOSE EMERALD ISLE EFFORT 


S 2 


1/21/86 


A 


I 




N 






CARTERET COUNTY SHRUGS OFF HURRICANE 


H 2 


8/18/86 


A 


1 


P 


N 






CARTHAGE, N.C. 


















JURY DEADLOCKED IN MERCY KILLING 


H 2 


7/03/86 


A 


17 




N 






FIRE DESTROYS CARTHAGE WAREHOUSE 


H 2 


10/08/86 


A 


13 


P 


N 






CARTOONISTS 


















SEE ALSO COMIC BOOKS 


















SEE ALSO COMICS 


















SEE ALSO DOONESBURY ICOMIC STRIP 1 


















SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD, CARTOONS 


















CARTOONIST MACNELLY SPEAKS AT UNC TONIGHT 


H 2 


4/14/86 


B 


1 


T 


N 


N50 




STUDENTS DRAWN TO CARTOONING AT EARLY AGES 


H 2 


4/24/86 


B 


1 


P 


N 


8 10 




CARTOONIST INFLUENCEO 1876 RACE 


S 2 


5/01/86 


A 


1 2 




F 


J50 




CARTOON SPECIES VISITS ZOO TOWN 


H 2 


5/25/86 


D 


5 




U 


R56 




CARTOONS 


















COMICS CONVENTION 


S 2 


1 /09/86 





1 2 




N 






CARTOONS FEATURED 


S 2 


5/22/86 





5 


o 


F 






CARTOONS FEATURED 


S 2 


6/05/86 


o 


5 




H 






CLINTON POLICE CHIEF, OFFICER DISCIPLINED OVER CARTOONS 


H 2 


11/12/86 


A 


11 




N 






CARVER ST. 


















DEVELOPER WITHORAWS CENTER PLANS 


S 2 


1/15/86 


c 


2 




N 


W82 




NOISE. SAFETY CONCERNS CITED IN GUESS ROAD PLAN 


S 2 


6/20/86 


c 


1 




N 


M69 




WHY ISN'T STREET PAVED? 


H 2 


7/31/86 


A 


4 




L 






CARY, N.C. 


















GRANVILLE GROUP LOOKS AT CARY'S PLANNING EFFORTS 


H 1 


1/29/86 


B 


I 




N 


S80 




CARY TEEN'S OEATH BELIEVEO 5UICI0E 


H 2 


2/1 3/86 


A 


18 




N 






GOVERNOR WELCOMES IBM TO PARK 


H 2 


2/19/86 


B 


6 


p 


K] 


L4 I 




GROUP WRITING PAPER TRIPS OVER WA TER-OUAL I T Y CHECKS 


H 2 


3/1 8/86 


A 


1 




N 






BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 


H 2 


A/09/86 


A 


9 




N 






11! MILLION NORTHERN TELECOM =>UILDING 


H 2 


8/31/86 


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H 2 


11/10/86 


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CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE TARGET TRIANGLE ISSUES 


S 2 


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H 2 


1 1/14/86 


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H 2 


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FULLER, VIKINGS ROLL OVER CARY 


H 2 


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H 2 


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CARY FOLKS CATTY 


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OROUGHT MAY HELP SOLVE DOUBLE MURDER CASE 



CASKETS 

CASKET, 



BODY FOUND IN CRAVEN COUNTY WOODS 



H 2 6/26/86 C 1 T N CB5 
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1/01/B6 - 12/31/56 



S U B J E C 



CASKET FLOATEO A»AY FRO" CEMETERY IN CRAVEN 

CASSEROLES 

1-2-3 TIC-TAC CASSEROLE 

CASTLE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 

CONDO"INIUM BUILOERS SUFD By homeOwNERS 

NEW BIOS SJUGHT ON ROU FIRE PRO'ECTION 

AIRPORT WORK BIOS TOTAL S32 MILLION 

MISSING ROCK COSTS AIRPORT AUTHORITY NEARLY JIOO.OOC 

CASWELL COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND HISTORY. INC. 
SEE ALSO ARTS. N.C. 

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES COMING TO PERSON AND CASWELL 

CASwELL COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TECHNICAL COL-EGE. SATELLITE CAMPUS 
CASWELL OPENS SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL 

AN ELIZABETHAN BAN9UET: 20TH CENTURY PALATE ADAPTED WELL IN YANCEYVILLE 
PIEDMONT TECH SMALL BUSINESS CENTER PLANNED 

HISTORIC PRESERVATION COUP HAS TWO CASWELL HOUSES FOR SALE 
CASWELL'S CHAMBER PLANNING ANNUAL BRIGHT LEAF HOEOOWN 
HERE ARE CHANGES IN STATE HIGHWAY PLAN IN AREA COUNTIES 

CASWELL COUNTY. N.C ELECTIONS 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

CASWELL VOTERS GIVE DANIEL NOMINATION TO STATE SENATE 

ONLY 2 RACES OECIOEO IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 

RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE MELD IN CASWELL 

FIFTH RUNOFF SOUGHT IN CASWELL COUNTY 

CASWELL INCUMBENT LOSES IN RECOUNT 

RUNOFFS SChEDULEO TUESDAY IN =IVE AREA COUNTIES 

area runoffs to settle »ay leftovers 

caswell county vo t ers re-elect sheriff smith 

candidates s3uare off for sta t e senate seat 

democrats unopposed in caswell 

caswell county, n.c. tax rate 

SQUEEZE PLAY: LOSS OF REVENUE- ShaR ING MONEY FORCES BUDGET JUGGLING 
CASWELL COUNTY OKS ADDITIONAL SALES TAX 

CASWELL COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

BIOS FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING 3UILOING AWARDED IN CASwELL 

CASWELL COUNTY BOARD OF FDUCATION, ELECTIONS 
CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

ONLY 2 RACES DECIDED IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 
RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL 
CASWELL INCUMBENT LOSES IN RECOUNT 

RUNOFFS SCHEDULED TUESDAY IN = IVE AREA COUNTIES 
CASWELL COUNTY VOTERS RE-ELEC SHERIFF SMITH 
DEMOCRATS UNOPPOSED IN CASwELL 

CASwELL COUNTY CIVIC CENTER 

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES COMING TO PERSON ANO CASWELL 
BALLET TO BE PERFORMED IN CASWELL 
BAND TO PERFORM »T CASwELL CENTER 

CASwELL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

HYCO LAKE NOISE OROINANCE MAY BE YEAR AWAY 
CASwELL COUNTY OKS ADDITIONAL SALES TAX 
CASWELL BOARO DEFENDS VOTING SYSTEM 

CASWELL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ELECTIONS 
CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 
JOHN DOE FINOS THAT NAME CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS 
ONLY 2 RACES OECIOEO IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 
RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL 
FIFTH RUNOFF SOUGHT IN CASwELL COUNTY 
RUNOFFS SCHEDULED TUESOAY IN MYE AREA COUNTIES 
CASWELL COUNTY VOTERS RE-ELECT SHERIFF SMITH 
OEMOCRATS UNOPPOSED IN CASWELL 

CASwELL COUNTY CORONER 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL EXAMINER 

CASWELL SHERIFF HAS OPPOSITION 

GRANVILLE. CASwELL COUNTIES STILL HAVE POST OF CORONER 

CASWELL CORONER OFFICE UNOER PROBE 

CASWELL COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS SERIES 

PERFORMING ARTS SERIES COMING TO PERSON AND CASWELL 

CASwELL COUNTY SCHOOLS 

SNOW CLOSEO SCHOOLS IN 2 COUNTIES 

ICE CLOSES SCHOOLS 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

PARENTS OF HANDICAPPED FILE COMPLAINTS AGAINST CASwELL SCHOOLS 

PIEDMONT TECH TRIES TO CUT COSTS OF CASWELL CAMPUS 

CASWELL COUNTY SCHOOLS. CONSTRUCTION 

BIDS FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING PUILOING AWARDEO IN CASwELL 

CASWELL COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFPT. 

CASWELL SHERIFF has OPPOSITIUN 

ONLY 2 RACES DECIDED IN CASWELL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 

RUNOFFS: FOUR TO BE HELD IN CASWELL 

RUNOFFS SCHEDULED TUESDAY IN r IVE AREA COUNTIES 

CASWELL COUNTY VOTERS RE-ELECT SHERIFF SMITH 

DEMOCRATS UNOPPOSED IN CASwELL 

CASwFLL PERFORMING ARTS SERIES 

SEE CASwELL COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS SERIES 

CATALOGS 

FOLLGWING A MOVE 

CATALOG CHRISTMAS SHOPPING BEGINS NOW 

'.= . r:a< OFFICIALS "ROBING CATALOG FURNITURE C3»PLAINTS 

HIGH POINT COMPANY SAYS IT WILL DELIVER ITS ORDERS FOR FURNITURE 

CATALOOCHEE ?«l AREA 
SEE ALSO SKI RESORTS 
LET IT SNOW 

CATALYST ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CORP. 

COUNCIL ASKS JORDAN OAM PLANT UELAY 

PLANS FOR JORHAN Dam TURBINES CALL p oP GENERATION ON CORPS' SCHEOULE 

CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS HEALTH INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO HEALTH INSURANCE 
WHERE'S THE PRICE TAG? 

CATAWBA COLLEGE 

DURHAM woman ELECTED PRESIOENT OF Catawba CLASS 
STUDENT IN HO-ECO-ING 

CATAWBA COUNTY. N.C. 



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SUBJECTS 



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^.',^ SI ^ CASINGS FOUND ABANDONED IN CATAWBA COUNTY 
JURY IS SELECTED FOR OBSCENITY TRIAL IN CAIAWBA 

CATAWBA NUCLEAR STATION 

SSkVp'owIr' ?o' K se^ H rate' in1r1as'e T NUCLE4R PLANrS " C,NG LAY0FFS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

DUKE: NEW N-PLAMT AI0S DURHAM 

DUKE POWER TO ASK FOR RATE INCREASE 

Sf^l £9 H £ R w4Nr S RITE INCREASE OF ABOUT 15* 

OUKE POWER WANTS RATE HIKE 

SH5, E C ?9 ME ?.S E J S LICENSE FOR CATAWBA NUCLEAR PLANT 

NUCLEAR UNIT GIVEN THE GO-AHEAO 

NRC LOWERS PROPOSEO OUKE POWER CO- FINE 

OUKE POWER WILL PAY HARASSMENT FINE 

ffi? E c P g WE ,? E9" OXIDES TO PAY HARASSMENT FINE 

SHs.neVh.gT.liShts 00 ™ AFTER pump " eg,ns leak,ng 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

DUKE POWER WILL RAISE RESIDENTIAL RATES 8.9* 

DUKE POWER MAY BE FINED FOR MALFUNCTION AT CATAWBA 

DUKE POWER APPEALS t50,000 FIME 

CATAWBA RIVER 

NITRIC ACID MAY HAVE REACHED CATAWBA RIVER 

CATAWBA VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE 
MS. MASSOGLIA PROMOTEO 

CATERED CALORIES 

SEE ALSO WEIGHT CONTROL 
DIET AT YOUR OOORSTEP 

CATERERS. N.C. 

DIET AT YOUR DOORSTEP 

CATFISH 

NICE CATICHI 
SOME CAT 

S F r MAK | S . N 9 S 0NES 4B0Ur HIS LOVE OF CATFISH 

Hll>"(j*&-& CATS 

SOME CAT, THIS FISH 

CATHOLIC BISHOPS 

IIJISol. T SH,9SI H0L,C DIOCESES HELP WRITE PASTORAL LETTER 
BISHOPS' POVERTY WAR WOULD IMPOVERISH MORE 

CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA 
FASHION SHOW PREPARATIONS 

MR^UsV^MARKS ?^?H D oK C S^r A H°^ OUSE ' S REEIPIE ^ 
IpRING^SsHI^rpgrSE^D STR1 * INGLY FAM '^ R 
CATHOLIC NUNS 

NUN OISCUSSES PHILIPPINES, EOU AL I TY . . . AND CORY 

CATHOLIC PRIESTS 

SEE ALSO EPISCOPALIAN PRIESTS 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, OURHAM 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS. U.S. 

?Hrc 4 H^LENGl T T0 R cI S TH0L??S SH,NE T ° T °" N AN ° LEFT L * STING GL0H 
YES. FATHER, THERE IS A... 

CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES 

N.C. ADOPTION AGENCIES 

CATHOLICS 

CENSORING NICARAGUAN PULPITS UNCONSCIONABLE 

N.C.. BISHOPS WON'T ALLOW WEEKLY MASSES 

N.C. CATHOLICS TO SET GOALS 

STATE'S TWO CATHOLIC DIOCESES HELP WRITE PASTORAL LETTER 
CATHY (COMIC STRIPI 

COMIC STRIP TO RUN 7 DAYS 

CATMINT 

BIG CATMINT CRAZE 

CATS 

fSM,u?i; R ? AM „ CO y NT, '' IT ' S YEAR OF CAT (TAXI 
COUNTY TAXPAYERS MUST LIST PETS 

WATCHCAT ESCUE ATTEMPT LEAVES MAN UP IN AIR 
SICK CAT BLAMED IN AUTO ACCIDENT 
FUR TO FLY IN LAWSUIT 
COOL CAT 
CONSIDERATION FOR CATS 

SCAREDY E CM HFR CATS T ° N * C * ' N H0PES THEV WILL FIN0 H0MES 

TUNED IN 

GREENSBORO LIMITS WANDERINGS BY CATS 

rnkl C ,r r l^o elM? L FA .K U Y PLANNING FOR CARY'S CATS 

CANOID KITTY A ^ANETARIUM 

CA R T y F,GH? S BREWINnT r S^fpS??^ "' "^ 
C« R V Y C F E OL T K S N CA C TTY ,Tr °'«««-» LET CATS BE CATS 
PRISON DEFORM NEEDED 
CATS IN SPOTLIGHT 

|»ri;5l"«83 N ;wKr ON UN,T GET RE "'" E 

i?eii£"IirD S ss!lr , B E ^isg A gfi T ^gg fe HoMes for """«*= 

SITTING R PRETT? ' M0NTHS ""TING FOR COURT CASE 
CAT'S CRADLE I BAR I 



CATSBUOG SECTION (DURHAM, N.C.I 

CATSBURG ST^RE HEAVILY DAMAGED HY FIRE 
TRAVELING PRESIDENT OF MITSUBISHI SEEKS M 



ORE YEN FOR OURHAM 



CATTLE 

SEE BRANOING 
SEE CATTLE FEEO 
SEE COWS 
SEE LIVESTOCK 

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- 12/31/86 



pesticide in peed fatal to cattle 

a!d sought for drought-afflicted farmers 

orange farmers await approval for 0r0ught aid 

cavalier inn __ 

stone buys motel. land near tower 
tommy stone buys motel for *2 million 

huge fissure cave is home of rare bats 

cavit ies 

se coating of l liouid plastic guards children's teeth 

cedar chests 

sfe also home furnishings 

a gift from mother to daughter 

cedar cree« pottery 

clearing the record 

cedar grove. n.c. 

see also c. h. pender grocery 
country store an institution in cedar grove 

cedar grove united methodist church 
relief from church council 



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CEDAR RUN ASSOCIATES 

SEE ALSO HOPE VALLEY FARMS 

7S4-ACRE PROJECT TO GO IN S. DURHAM „„„, 

2 LAND PARCELS BOUGHT FOR HOPE VALLEY FARMS 

HOPE VALLEY FAR»S TO SEEK ANNEXATION 

PLAN WASN'T RFVIEHEO 

CITY COUNCIL OKS DEVELOPMENT PACT 

CITY OKS HOPE VALLEY FARMS PACT 

FIR" SHOWS plans FOR HOME PROJECT 

PLAN HEARD TO REZONE 76". ACRES 

REZONING FOR HOPE VALLEY OK'D 

CEFU'OXIME AXETIL 

SE GLAXO°TO R JOIN ROCHE IN PROMOTING ANTIBIOTIC 

celanese corp. 

see also triacetate 

celanese may stop producing arnel 
business highlights 
n.c. business highlights 

cellular phone system 

see also mobile telephones 

"cellul^caS^hoSesVavesdropping victim 
more people are doing deals on wheels 

cemeteries. durham 

SEE ALSO CAK GROVE memorial &AROENS 

CEMETERY ROBBED OF COMPUTER EOUIPMENT 
A CHRISTMAS SADNESS 

CEMETERIES. N.C. 

SEE ALSO OLD TOWN CEMETERY I HI LL SBOROUGH, N.C. I 
SEE ALSO TOMBSTONES 

SLAVE CEMETERY STILL IN LEGAL LIMBO 

GIANT RCCK WASN'T ALWAYS IN CEMETERY 

WOMAN LISTS OLD GRAVES TO SAVE THEM FROM LOSS 

HILLSBOROUGH REGAINS OLD SLAVE CEMETERY 

VET CFMETERIES IN N.C. RUNNING OUT OF SPACE 

CEMETERY FILLED 

TOMBSTONES BROKEN 

""^CONFEDERATE OFFICERS BURIED IN OHIO CEMETERY 

CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO ACADEMIC FREEDOM 

SEE ALSO ANTl-POR'JOGRAPHY LAW 

SEE ALSO FIRST AMENDMENT 

SEE ALSO FREEDOM OF THE PRESS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. N.C. CENSORSHIP 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS. U.S.. CEN50°S-<IP 

THE BLIND LEAOING THE BLINO 

EDITOR: CENSORSHIP LIMITS THINKING 

PROFESSOR SAYS LAW THREATENS -REE SPEECH _«.,.., .. ,,.,r 

ANTI-OBSCENITY LAW memo NOT C= NSOR SHI P , S AY S OFFICIAL »TUHC 

IN LAND OF LEISURELY ENJOYMENT. REAGAN TAKES DAY OFF WITH BALI 

SLUR AGAINST MR. E D CASE OF CSNS0»-MAN1A 

3ACKWAR0 CHRISTIAN CENSORS _.«._, „ 

LIBRARY FULFILLED DUTY IN PERMITTING DISPLAY 

CAMPAIGNS FOR DECENCY CHIP AT MAGAZINE SALES 

LIBRARIANS FEAR PINCH FROM PO^N LAWS 

BOOK-PANNING GROUPS IMPERIL OUR FREEOOM 

PORNOGRAPHY'S ANSWER: FIRST A-ENOMENI RIGHTS ,,„.„,:<. nc uRATH' 

MOORE PANEL TO CONSIDER SCHOOL BAN OF STEINBECK'S 'GRAPES OF WRATH 

CENSORSHIP ATTEMPTS UP IN N.C. SCHOOLS 

REPORT SAYS CENSORS SEEK TO BAN IDEAS 

A DISTURBING TRENO „ _«.. 

PUBLIC SCHOOL OFFICIALS SHOULD RESIST CENSORS 

TOBACCO ADVERTISING BAN OEBATED AT FjRU u „ . 

WOMAN DROPS COMPLAINT AGAINST 'THE GRAPES OF WRATH- 
PANEL DEBATES CIGARETTE-AO BAN 

THE UKRAINIAN HOLOCAUST 

SCHOOL C eOARDS SHOULO REJECT FUVIAL CENSORSHIP 

TENNESSEE RULING IN BOOK CASE EXPECTED TO REVERBERATE IN N.C. 

AMERICAN 1 !!" OIRECTOR? Z FUNOAMFNTALISTS TURNING SCHOOLS INTO BATTLEGROUND 

FORUM FOR IDEAS 

sSf? ORINK S CoSpaNy°m!y T |e REM-WEO FROM PETITIONS AGAINST • UR . RUTH SHOW 

?rxVSoOK A BY A ?IV? N E cI B ?20FE S '^C«S BANNED FROM SCHOOLS IN FLA. CITY 

BANNING OF BOOK PRO M PTS SUIT 

LIFTING MEDIA BANS COULD HELP S. AFRICA 



S 2 7/30/86 3 3 N 

H 2 1 1/21/86 B 5 N C60 

H 2 4/20/86 E 6 P N J40 
H 2 10/04/86 A 2 N 

H 3 8/12/86 C 1 •> N ABO 
H 2 9/05/86 A 4 E 

M N «6' 
N 

N M69 
N 

N S51 
N M69 
N WB2 
N 885 
N 185 



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2/26/86 


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2/27/86 


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3/10/86 


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3/11/86 


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3/18/86 


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3/18/86 


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3/27/86 


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7/07/86 


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7/03/86 


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5/07/86 


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6/05/86 


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23 



H 2 1/12/86 B 
S 2 9/11/86 A 



H 2 5/25/86 C 
H 2 12/23/86 A 



2/04/86 C 

4/09/86 C 

5/06/86 A 

9/19/86 B 

10/17/86 A 

10/24/86 A 

12/16/86 C 



S 2 9/18/86 A 



2/14/86 
3/03/86 
3/18/86 
3/21/86 
5/01/86 
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5/25/86 
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6/21/86 
7/12/86 
7/14/86 
8/31/86 
9/03/"6 
9/04/96 
9/07/96 
9/16/86 
9/26/R6 
9/26/86 
9/26/86 
9/29/86 
10/01/86 
10'06/86 
10/26/86 
10/30/86 
U/J2/96 
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11/26/86 
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SEE ALSO CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 
BUSINESS HIGHL IGHTS 

CENTEL E M PLOYEFS 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX 

1/01/86 - 12/31/86 



SEE CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 

CENTENARIANS 

SEE ALSO AGING 

NANNIE HESTER BRAOSHERi 101 
MRS. KATE SUTTON SHAH. 100 

THOMASVILLE TWINS REACH MILESTONE 0*= 103 
MRS. JULIA GERMING SUCCUMBS AT AGE 101 
MRS. GERMINO, NATIVE OF ITALY, AT AGE 101 
WOMAN CELEBRATES 100TH BIRTHDAY 
HAPPY (EST. I 106TH BIRTHDAY. OSCAR- 
MRS. TISDALE MARKS 105TH ON MARCH 24 
WILLA COWARD CELEBRATES 100TH BIRTHDAY 

lOO-YFAR-OLD DURHAM NATVIE . MRS. LAURA EVANS jnHNSTON 
MRS. CARVER. 100, P