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THE LIBR.\RY OF THE 

I NRTRSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL Hn.L 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINTANA 



CR071.5 
D96i 
1987 
SUBJECT A- 



I 

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UNIVERSITY OF NC, AT CHAPEL HILL 



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00040646293 



FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 




Form No. A-36S 



THE 

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NC 

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NC 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



http://www.archive.org/details/index1987subjaihera 



lAJD-E 



An index to: 

nurljam incniin0 Ifcralb 

THE DURHAM SUN 



SUBJECT INDEX 

JANUARY-DECEMBER 

1987 



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

ISSN 0741-0328 







SiL^TBtT 






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



SCOPE OF IND-EX: 

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

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



INDEXING DEPTH: 

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



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



ORGANIZATION: 

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) 

A17 ADAMS, ALLISON 

A20 ADAMS, JACK 

A54 ANDREWS. MARK 

A75 ARICHEA, MIRIAM 

A76 ARMSTRONG. ELSON 

A80 AUSLEY, JUDY 

BIO BANGLEY. JANE 

Bll BARR, DAVID 

B12 BENNETT, WYLLISA R. 

B13 BERARDINO, MIKE 



B14 BERNHARDT, WENDY L51 

B15 BERRY. TOM L57 

B30 BEST, KIM L59 

B36 BLACK, JOAN L90 

B38 BLACKARD, TAMMY M. M02 

B51 BONDS, LOU M04 

B53 BONNER, PAUL M06 

B56 BOST, TOBY M07 

B61 BOSWELL. CARL M08 

B67 BRITT, TONY MIO 

B71 BROILI, SUSAN M14 

B81 BROWN, PAUL M17 

B85 BRUNEAU, DAN M20 

B90 BULLA, DAVIS M27 

C04 CAMPBELL, DARLENE M51 

C09 CARSON, AL M63 

C19 CARVER, VEN M66 

C36 CHANDLER, CHARLES M97 

C42 CHANDLER, TIM M98 

C45 CHARLSON, DAN N36 

C47 CHILDRESS, GREG N50 

C49 CLAYTON, WARD N80 

C50 COLE, JOHN O06 

C52 COONS, KIP 046 

C58 CORNEILSON, PAUL O80 

C60 CORNELIUS-BROWN, ANN PIO 

C62 COWAN, VICKIE P20 

C66 CREWS, BRAD P25 

C68 CROTHERS.TIM P30 

C80 CRUMP, EMILY P38 

C81 CRUMP, HARRY P52 

DIO DARGAN, WILLIAM T. R53 

D18 DASCENZO, FRANK R54 

D40 DILGER, PATRICK R55 

D71 DRUM. KEITH R56 

D80 DUKE NEWS BUREAU R66 

D85 DUPREE. JIMMY R67 

F25 FEATHERSTON, AL R69 

F55 FLOREN, GILLIAN R76 

F65 FOWLER, SCOTT R80 

F70 FRANCIS, JAMIE SOS 

F77 FREELAND, SHERRY S. S19 

F92 FURLONG, JIM S27 

G07 GARCIA, FLORA S31 

G09 GARRETT, NANCY S33 

G33 GENTRY, JERRY S51 

G44 GLENNON, JOHN S66 

G50 GODWIN, JOHN S69 

G52 GOETZL, DAVID S76 

G59 GREEN. ANN S78 

G68 GREENBERG. BLUE S80 

G78 GRIFFIN, LIB S82 

H03 HAM, JON S85 

H05 HAMMOND, MARIE S92 

H08 HARPOLE, LISA S. T30 

H09 HARRELL, CARLTON T32 

H30 HERRING, SEAN T33 

H41 HISKEY, MICHELLE T35 

H45 HODGES. BETTY T37 

H49 HODGES. ED T70 

H55 HOLLINGSWORTH, HARRY T85 

H60 HOLMES, JACK U57 

H70 HOWARD, J. LEE U80 

H95 HURD, SHERRYL V03 

J20 JIGGETTS, VICKEY W09 

J40 JOHNSTON, FLO W27 

K30 KEISTER, KEVIN W36 

K65 KNIGHT. MYRA G. W55 

K68 KNOX, HARRIETTE W60 

L20 LEDFORD, CHARLES W62 

L34 LEE, ELIZABETH W63 

L37 LEWIS, GORDON W66 

L38 LIDDY, CHUCK W82 

L40 LINEBERRY, DANNY Y55 

L41 LITTLE, LOYD Zll 

L46 LOOMSTEIN, DAVID 



LORD, PAT 
LOUGEE, GEORGE 
LOURDEAUX, LEE 
LUCAS, LIZ 
MCCAIN, LEAH C. 
MCDEVITT, BRAD 
MCINTYRE, EDISON 
MCLAIN, KAY 
MCLAUGHLIN, MIKE 
MCQUEEN, MIKE 
MANN, STEVE 
MARTIN, DWIGHT 
MERRITT, MARION 
MERRITTS, JOAN 
MICHAEL, KAMMIE 
MINNER, MARTY 
MOORE, HAROLD 
MUSHAK, BETTY 
MUSTIAN, JOEY 
NEWTON, DAVID 
NORCROSS KATHY 
NCCU NEWS BUREAU 
O'BRIEN, SEAN T. 
OLIVER, TOM 
ORANGE BUREAUS 
PAGE, JEAN R. 
PEARSON, KIM 
PERKINSON, SHARON 
PETERSON, JOHN 
PFUTZNER, LENORE JONES 
POTTER, MIKE 
RALEIGH BUREAU 
REED, RICK 
ROBERTS, HEATH 
ROGERS, V. C. 
ROULE, BOB 
ROULE. SALLYE 
ROWE, KAREN 
ROYAL, PAMELA 
RTP BUREAU 
SANCHEZ, J. DENNIS 
SCOTT, RACHEL 
SERENO, JULIAN 
SHARPE, JOHN 
SHELL, JIM 
SMITH, BILL 
SMITH, R. C. 
SMITH, SYLVANA 
SPARKS, JIM 
STAGG, BILL 
STARR, MARY BETH 
STEVENSON, JOHN 
SUMMERS, LILA 
SURRATT, LINDA 
TAYLOR, ROLLO 
THOMAS, BERNARD 
THOMAS, ELAINE 
THOMPSON, MIKE 
THORNTON, JIM 
TODD, LES 
TRUELL, MIKE 

UPCHURCH, KEITH 

UNC NEWS BUREAU 
VALENCIA, SAUNDRA 

WALL, DON 

WEIBLE, JACK 

WHELESS, AL 

WILSON, ALLEN 

WILSON. JIM 

WINSTEAD, ROGER 

WINSTEAD-MANN, DEBORAH 

WISE, JIM 

WOODY, LAURA 

YOUNG, BOB 
ZEPP, CAROL 



By-line numbers beginning with X denote reporter 
combinations. 



ii 



REGULAR COLUMNS AND FEATURES 



FEATURE 



NEWSPAPER 



DAY 



ABBY 

AFTER HOURS 

AFTER THE DEADLINE 

ANN LANDERS 

ASK DR. LAMB 

ASK DR. SENIOR 

BOOK COLUMN (BETTY HODGES) 

BOTANICAL GARDEN COLUMN 

BULL'S EYE 

CLASSIFIED CRAFTS 

COMMUNITY NOTES 
CRAFTS PATTERNS 



CRIMESTOPPERS 

DAILY BREAD (PURNELL BAILEY) 
DISCOVERIES 

DURHAM COUNTY FARM CORNER (CARL 
HODGES) 
ERMA BOMBECK 
FASHION PATTERNS 
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 
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 
R.C. SMITH (MOVIE REVIEWS) 
SCIENCE, MEDICINE NOTES 
SCOREBOARD (SPORTS SCORES) 
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 

WHIRL 

WHIRL CALENDAR 

WORKING WOMAN (NIKI SCOTT) 



SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


HERALD 


WED.,SUN. 


HERALD 


SATURDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


SUN.,MON. 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


VARIES 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 




HERALD 


MONDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


SUN.,TUES.,T 


HERALD 


DAILY 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


SUN 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


TUES.,THURS 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


SUN 


MON.,WED.,F] 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


MON.— SAT. 


HERALD 


FRIDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


THURSDAY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


SUN 


MONDAY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


SUNDAY 


SUN 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


SATURDAY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


DAILY 


SUN 


DAILY 


HERALD 


WEDNESDAY 


HERALD 


MONDAY 


SUN 


TUES.THURS. 



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12/31/1987 



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A i T STATE UNIV. 

SEE N.C. AiT STATE [MIV, 

AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS INC. ^ _ 

TRANSMISSION REPAIR COMPANY TO PAY $500,000 



H 2 2/19/1987 D 10 N 



MU 



SEE AMATEUR ATRETIC UNION 



ABC BOMS 

SEE N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ABC LAUS 

SEE ALSO MXOHa, ILLICIT SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCCWOL LAW EWORCEfCNT 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOWLIC BEVERAGE CONTRO. BOARD 
BILL WXLD ALLOW WI^E SALES AT CHARLOHE SPEEIiWAY CLUB 
PANa KILLS REFERENDUM ON REPLACING PROPERTY TAX _ 

SUGAR MOUNTAIN OFFICIAL CHARGES LEGISLATOR TRIED TO GAIN FAVORS 
DWI LAW'S ALCOHOLISM-TREATMENT CLAUSE SPLITS DURHAM CRIMINAL... OFFICIALS 
HOUSE PA^CL RESW3ECTS LIQUOR TRANSPORTATION ISSl£ 
MOM SEEKS «ffI-STRIP LAW FOR TEENS 

ABC STORES 

SEE ALSO ALC(M3L 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON/GRAHAM ALCOHOLIC BEVERAtt CONTROL BOi«D 

SEE ALSO DURWM COUNTY AK 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

BOARD APPROVES BIDS FOR DURHAM LIQUOR STORE 

PANa KILLS REFERENDUM ON REPLACING PROPERTY TAX 

PAPER SAYS LEGISLATOR UNDER INVESTIGATION 

SOUTH SQUARE AREA BETS ABC STORE 

ACTION 

SEE ALSO FtACE CORPS 
WOMEN PRISWCRS TO HELP COMBAT ILLITERACY IN N.C. 

AFL-CIO 

SEE WCRICAN FEIERATIQN OF LABOR AND CONGRESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATICWS 

AIDS 

^E ACQUIRED mWE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 

AIDS RELATED COMPLEX 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED imSHE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
BURROUGHS PLANS SPECIAL ACT CAfTAIGN 

AKZO 

SEE ALSO ORGANON TEKNIKA CORPORATION 
AKZO TO START RESEARCH IN TRIANON 
GETTING Nt&H', mJFFINS WILL BE HOT IN FUTILE, THEY SAY 

AMOCO OIL CO. (ACRONYM) 

AMOCO PtWSING OUT REGULAR LEADED GAS 

AMP, INC. 

CWIPANY IS CLOSING 25-YEARH3LD GARY PLANT 

AMR CORPORATION 

SEE (LSO AMERICAN AIRLINES 
Al« STOCKHOLDERS TO MEET IN TRIANGLE 
AIRLINE CENTER MAY TOP $25 MILLION 

AMTRAK 

WHY WAS HE DRIVING? 

NEW SENTENCING HEARIfffi SET IN AMTRAK SIEGE CASE 

BIZARRE INCIDENTS KILL GARNER MAN, INJURE OTJCR PERSON 

DEATH, INJURIES FOLLOW AMTRAK TRAIN 

MAN GETS ADDITIONAL TD^I IN 1982 STANDOFF ON TRAIN 



H 


2 


5/07/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 


6/18/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


7/27/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 


8/26/1987 A 


8 


J 



R53 



S 2 3/21/1987 A 7 N 

H 2 5/27/1987 B 2 N 

H 2 7/05/1987 C 4 N 

S 2 11/23/1987 A 10 N 



H 2 8/26/1987 D 4 P N 



S 2 3/23/1987 A 1 N U82 



2 11/19/1987 C 1 N 
2 11/22/1987 D 11 P U L41 



2 3/13/1987 A 13 N 
2 3/10/1987 B 3 N 



5/13/1987 B 
5/21/1987 A 



1/25/1987 D 
3/05/1987 A 
7/20/1987 C 
7/21/1987 B 
9/16/1987 A 



4 N R80 
1 N W82 



4 
3 
3 
8 
11 



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M AIR 

INSIDE 

AUOL 

SEE MILITARY, AUOL 

AH (AZIMDTWMINE) 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED I^9■ftJNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 
SEE ALSO RETROVIR 

COMPANY ADDING SHIRS TO MAKE AIDS WWG 

RTP RESEARCHER STUMBLES UPON AIDS DRUG 

FEDERAL PAfCL URGES ^tf'PRCVW. OF AIDS DRUG 

RESEAROCRS CONTINI^ STUDIES ON AIDS DRUG 

BIFROUGHS' AIDS KWG HAS RIVAL 

AH MAY GET COMPETITION 

MJKE PLiWNING AIDS TESTS m CHILDREN 

E4JRR0UGHS' DRUG FOR AIDS RENAMED 

ADMISSIOH OF AIDS VICTIMS CONSIDERED AT MCDONALD HOUSE 

BIFROUGHS' AIDS EWJG UINS FEDERM. APPROVAL 

BURROUGHS WEaCTOC CtCERS APPROVE OF AIDS TREATTCNT 

MAKER OF AZT FINDS DOUBLES SURVIVAL ODDS 

a»C AIDS PATIENTS KHING LITTLE HELP FROM BURROUGHS WUG 

BUWOJGHS: AZT EXPECTATIONS TOO HIGH 

BICKERING PUT ASIDE; AIDS RESEARCH SPEEDS \P 

study: IKUG helping S0I€ AIDS PATIENTS 

BURROUGHS' DRUG TO BE EASIER TO GET 

AH DRUG NOU AVAILABLE TO MCfE VICTIMS OF AIDS 

RTP FIRM WARNED ABOUT AH PRICE 

CCB OFFERS SCHOaS BAI«ING-SKILLS PROOWtfl 

(CDIA INVITED TO RESEARCH TRIfWGLE PAra< TO SEE COMPANIES 

DUKE PHYSICIAN CCBCENTRATING ON AIDS IN CHILTREN 

BURRmJGHS TO EXPLAIN PRICING (F AIDS DRUG TO N.Y. LEGISLATOR 

CENTER FOR AIDS RESEARCH 

TEXAS ASKED TO PAY FOR AIDS DRUG 

EfERGENCY FUND FOR AIDS DRUG HAS 7 APPLICANTS 

BURROUGHS 1£LLC0« CUTS PRICE OF DRUG FOR AIDS BY 20 PERCENT 

A BREAK FOR AIDS VICTIMS 

SEARCH SHOULD BE ON FOR POOR AIDS VICTIMS 

TELECOiFERENCE ON AIDS 

MAJOR U.S. STUDY OF EFFECTS OF AIDS DRUG STALLS 

A. B. CARTER 

aOSINGS DREU FUND'S ATTENTION TO STATE 

A. E. FIMEY FCXWDATION, INC. 
BUSINESS HIGH.IGHTS 

A. H. ROBINS CO. 
SIM DIAL 

WOMAN SAYS MOtCY WON'T MAKE UP FOR DALKON SHIELD HARM 
DALKON SHIELD CLAIM DEADLINE SET (AD) 

A. J. FLETCt€R EDUCATIONAL AND OPERA FOIMIATION INC. 
SEE ALSO OPERA 
$1 MILLION STRIKES StEET NOTES 
ARTSCHOO. REPORTS STEPS TOJARD FISCAL MATWITY 

ARTS CENTER DRIVE RECEIVES »25,0OO 

DIKHAM GROUP GETS $120,000 GIFT; DWIATION IS 2ND BIG ONE IN A WEEK 

FOMJATION GETS A NAfE CHANGE 

DISABILITIES PROGRAM GETS »10,000 GRANT 

KITCfEN RECEIVES STRADIVARIUS 

SOMETHING ABOUT THE STRAD GOT KITCJ€N EXCITED 

CABLEVISION GETS tl.OOO 

A. L. STANBACK MIDDLE SCHOOL 

SEE STWJBACK MIDDLE SCHKl. (ORANGE COUNTY) 



S 2 6/27/1987 C 1 U T30 



H 


2 


1/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


1 


1/12/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


1/17/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


1/27/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


1/30/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 C 




U 


S 


2 


2/28/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/17/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


3/20/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 A 




N M97 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


18 


N 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 A 




N U82 


S 


2 


6/01/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


9/12/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


9/18/1987 A 




N W82 


S 


2 10/09/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 10/10/1987 A 


9 P N 


H 


2 10/26/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 B 


10 


N C60 


H 


2 11/25/1987 D 




N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 12/09/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 12/11/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 12/15/1987 C 




N M97 


H 


2 12/17/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 12/19/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 12/24/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 12/28/1987 B 




N 



H 2 2/13/1987 B 3 N R80 



H 2 9/25/1987 B 7 N 



S 2 3/30/1987 C 1 G 
H 2 12/13/1987 B 14 N 
H 2 12/17/1987 B 8 A 



H 


2 


3/18/1987 C 


1 N ~ 


H 


3 


4/03/1987 C 


1 N K65 


S 


2 


4/04/1987 C 


1 N 


R 


2 


4/06/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 


4/07/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


1 


5/09/1987 C 


2 N 


R 


? 


8/13/1987 D 


12 N 


H 


? 


9/11/1987 D 


3 P F U66 


H 


2 


9/24/1987 B 


8 N 



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SEE CHILD ABANK)t*€NT 

ABBOn LABORATORIES _ 

BURROJGt^ lELLCOME HAS JOINT MARKETING VENTURE 
JOINT VENTl^E DRUG LAUIED 

ABBM1INAL PREGNANCIES 

SEE CHILDBIRTH, RARITIES 
SEE PREGNANCY 

ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS, ILLEGITIfWTE 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO FETUSES 

SEE ALSO N.C. ABORTION FUND 

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

SEE ALSO PLAf*0 PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO PROLIFERS FOR SURVIVAL 

SEE ALSO ROE VS. WADE _ 

SEE ALSO SEAMLESS GARMENT >€TU(M CLEARINGWHJSE 

MANY LEGISLATORS FAVOR REQUIRING MINORS GET CONSENT FOR ABORTIONS 

PRIVATE PRISONS W«3PllJ«i ABIKTION FUND STILL DEBATED 

WHOSE CHILD IS THIS? 

ABORTION RULES REJECTED 

AGENCY CRDERED TO RECONSIDER ABORTION RULES 

OBJECTIVE (WSUER TO ABORTION 

ABORTION SHOULD BE OUTLAVED 

SECULAR AMERICA 

KHJRING THE LAW 

CONSENT LAW WOULD HURT PREGNANT TEENS 

APATHY TOWARD ABORTION 

FILM ON ABORTIONS TO BE SHOWN MONDAY 

GROUP OPPOSING ABORTION, i«MS DISBANDING BECAUSE 'JOB IS DOC' 

LEGISLATORS TAKING TRIP TO CW^LOTTE 

ISSUE OF SCHOOL aiNICS UPSETS GOP 'LOVE FEST' 

POLL HOLUS SURPRISES ABOUT N.C, OPINIONS 

TWO ABORTION REGULATIONS ON VERGE OF BECOMING LAW 

CONTROVERSIAL ABORTION FUND RULES MAY TAKE EFFECT 

U.S. MCfCY SPDff ON ABORTIONS 

HOUSE VOTES TO REQUIRE MINORS GET CONSENT FOR ABORTIONS 

SPEND MORE TO CONTROL FERTILITY 

HOUSE DECLINES BIUS ON DEATH OF FETUSES 

STATE ABORTION RULE SPAWNS SUIT 

ABORTION FUNDS DISAUOWED 

MARTIN DEFENDS STAND TO END STATE FUNDING FOR ABORTIONS 

JUDGE TEMPORARILY BLOCKS TUO (CW ABORTION RULES 

SENATE PAJCL DELAYS ABORTION BILL ACTION 

N.C. fEDICAL SOCIETY HITS ABORTION CONSENT BILL 

WOMEN'S CLINIC SAYS ANTI-ABORTION DEMONSTRATORS INTIMIDATE PATIENTS 

J\€ ATROCITY OF ABORTION 

REAGAN DRAWS CfEERS, CRITICISM FOR STAND ON ABORTION COWSELING 

ABORTION FOES TRYING TO REDUCE STATE FIM) 

BURNING OUR CHILHREN 

ROCKINGHAM WOMAN CAN PURSUE SUIT FOR STILLBORN CHILD, COURT SAYS 

HARD DECISIONS FACE PARENTS WHEN FETUS FOUND ABNORMAL 

CORRECTION 

LET THE PEOPLE DECIDE 

POLL SAYS fCARLY SOX OF NC VOTERS OPPOSE Af€NWOT TO BAN ALL ABORTIONS 

HELMS FlȣS OVER 'LEWD' COMICS, AIDS MOfEY 

WORD CHOICE WJINTENTIONAL 

ABORTION AND W«:iSM; IWY DOES LEGISLATURE CONDOC THIS PaiCY? 

GOODMAN COLUMN COMMENDED 

DECISION ON ABORTION 

kWAT ABOUT TIC BABY? 

THA^8< OTD HE WASN'T ABORTED 

COURT SHOUJ SAY BALONEY 



2 8/25/1987 A 13 
2 8/26/1987 C 2 



H 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


8 


N 


S 


2 


1/06/1987 A 


12 


Q 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


1/15/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


1/16/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


1/27/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


2/03/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 D 




N 


H 


2 


2/23/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


3/03/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


3/24/1987 B 




N M63 


H 


2 


4/11/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


4/13/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


4/25/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


5/15/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


5/21/198/ A 




L 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 C 




N A54 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


7/01/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


7/25/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


8/05/1987 D 




N 


H 


2 


8/19/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


9/02/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


9/09/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


9/25/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


9/28/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 10/07/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


10/15/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 10/26/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 




J 


H 


2 11/27/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


12/03/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


12/11/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


12/18/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 12/27/1987 D 




E 



ABSENTEE BALLOTS 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P 



BYL 



SEE (*.SD BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO ELECTION, N.C. 

SEE f^-SO WTER REGULATIWS 

SEE f^SO W5ITE-IN BALLOTS 

S»C YANCEY COUNTY PEOFtE SAY T>€Y ICRE PAID FOR VOTES 

FSPb-BLICAN Sf ARKS PARTISAN POTTY CHARISES 

ABSENTEE BiillOTS AVAILABLE BY MAIL 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS fCU AVAILABLE FOR ELECHONS IN ALAMANCE 

TIME GROWS SffflRT ON ALAhANCE ABSENTEE BALLOTS 



ABSTRACT «T 
SEE ALSO WT 
COLLAGIST TO PRESENT (CW SERIES: 

ABUSED UWEN 

SEE BATTERED W»EN 



'REVA K' 



ACAIEMIC FKEEDOM 

SEE ALSO CENSOR^^IP 

SEE ALSO FIRST AtCNBfENT 

SEE W.SO FREEDCH OF T>£ PRESS 
DUKE MIGHT W3T ACCEPT $20 MILLION fiLimi GIFT 
DONffJS SHOJLBN'T SEEK CONTRa OF ACADEMICS 
SURELY, T>£RE'S A tlAY TO ACCOW3DATE SIFT 
SURELY, T>£RE'S A WAY TO ACCCWHODATE GIFT 
KANE STILL PLANS TO MAKE IXKE GIFT 
COl>CIL BACKS BRODIE ON CONTROVERSIAL GIFT 
POLICY DRAFTED TO CONTRtS. LWC DEALINGS WITH BUSINESS 
R£S&«CH FREEMW BACKED FOR LWC 
RESEARCH PACTS SHaU BENEFIT UNIVERSITIES 
SPANGLER SERVM ON COR-PORATE BOARDS 
HWERNGR'S (W'PROVE PXICY CH 15C-ENTERPRISE TIES 
CALLS F«^ KCRECY (UARM N.C. ACADEMICS 
SEMIfiWY FACULTY EXPECTS BATTLE OVER ACADEMIC FREEDOM 
FACU.TY TO BACK ACADEMIC FREEICM AT SOUTVEASTERN 
ACABEMIC FREEICM TOPIC OF fCHIMS 
BUIYED FWDAI^NTALISTS IfiHS. AIM AT BAPTIST PRESIDENCY 
FIGHT TO CONTROL SEMINrWY MAY ALTER ACADEMIC FREEDOM 
SEMINARY PROFESSORS SEEK ACADEMIC FREEI»M-SP&«ER 

ACAIOfIC mS CENTER 
SEE ALSO HO)€W««< 
TROW FOR BURTON 
TROPHY UIh#£RS 
FLAG CWWICWS 
VQLLEYB^il O^iMPS 

ACADEMIC-INDUSTRK^l RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO fOICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE CCOFERATIVE i.em«ES 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO SCIENCE, RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C, RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO l#JIV, OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, R£SEW«34 

SCHOOLS, INDUSTRY SHOULD JOIN IN RESEARCH, SjAXO OFFICIAL SAYS 

MED SCHOO. DEAN LRGES JOINT RESEARCH 

UNC APPROVES EAKINS AS 9TH ECU CHANCELLOR 

PW€L CQNTINLES WORK ON RESEh^H P-OLICIES 

POLICY DRAFTO TO CONTROL UNC DEALINGS UITH BUSINESS 

PROISEII POLICY BACKS INTERACTION OF UNC, INDUSTRY 

RES&*CH, INDUSTRY TIES EYED 

UNC PA>€L APPROVES P-OLICY ON RESEARCH 

RESEARCH FREEDOM BACKQ FOR LWC 

UNC PAfCL OKS INDUSTRY POLICY 

RESEARCH PACTS SKOLIU yDSFll UNIVERSITIES 

SPANGLER SERVING ON CORPORATE BOARDS 

RIERSON NAtCD ASSISTANT VICE PROVOST 

GOVERNORS AFfROVE POLICY ON LNC-ENTERPRISE TIES 

WDADER POWERS SOUGHT FOR' LWC CAMPUS POLICE 



H 


2 


1/15/1987 A 1] 


N 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 C : 


; N 


S 


2 


9/08/1987 B 


N 


H 


1 


9/23/1987 C 


N H60 


H 


1 


10/21/1987 B 


I N H60 



H 2 9/23/1987 B 3 P N D80 



H 


2 2/13/1987 A 




N J40 


S 


2 2/13/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 2/14/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 2/14/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 2/16/1987 C 




N S92 


S 


2 2/20/1987 A 




N S92 


H 


2 3/13/1987 B 




N L90 


S 


2 4/09/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 4/14/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 4/19/1987 C 


7 P N 


S 


2 5/08/1987 A 




N L90 


S 


2 7/11/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 A 


12 


H 


S 


2 10/12/1987 C 


2 


H 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 


U 


N 


S 


2 11/07/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 11/08/1987 B 


3 


N 



S 2 4/02/1987 C 2 P P F70 

S 2 4/04/1987 C 2 P P T37 

S 2 11/03/1987 C 2 P P L38 

S 2 12/02/1987 A 16 P P L38 



1/08/1987 B 

1/09/1987 B 

1/09/1987 A 

2/13/1987 B 

3/13/1987 B 

3/13/1987 B 

3/13/1987 

4/08/1987 

4/09/1987 

4/10/1987 

4/14/1987 

4/19/1987 

4/21/1987 

5/08/1987 

5/09/1987 



N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N 
N 
E 
N 
N 

N L90 
N L90 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12A51/1987 



S U B J E 



( 



CORPORATE RESEARCH COORDIIWTOR NAMED AT EWE UNIVERSITY 

NCSU TELLS CENTEiWIAL CAWUS PLAN 

UNO PROF TO JCLP IBM UITH ACADEMIC PROGRAM 

UNC PA^EL OUTLIiCS ECOIWMIC STATEhOT 

WKE KTS POSTAL CONTRACT 

STATDCNT ON IflC-BUSINESS LIM<S BACKED 

GLAXO, IflC TO BEGIN PHARMACY PROSftAM 

EXPERT ^£LPS l*(IVER'SITIES PURSUE PATENTS ON INV€NTIONS 

ACADEMIC TENURE 

SEE ALSO HIGtO EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO JOB DISCRIMINATION 
^E ALSO PROFESSORS, U.S. 

WHO FIRES PROFESSORS UtCN TtCY DO POORLY? 

EDITORIAL ANALOGY STW^ID 

ACADEMY AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM SUN, MOVIE BIFF OF THE YEAR CONTEST 
EVERYBODY'S GlESS! 

VICTORY UITH HONOR: 'PLATOON' LOOKS DESTROYED FOR SWEEP TWflUGH OSCARS 
AND WE MOVIE BUFF UIN^ERS ARE J 



ACCIDENTAL DEATH RATE 
SEE (LSD DEATH RATE 
HEART DISEASE, CANCER LEAD DURHAM CO. 



reATHS 



ACCIDENTS (GEJCRAL) 

SEE ALSO INJIS?IES 

SEE ALSO miV, OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL INJURY PREVENTION RESEARCH CENTER 

ROBERT RAfK TAYLOR, FROM BLOW BY TREE LIMB 

mi UNC CENTER AIMS TO CUT ACCIDENT INJURIES 

TRADITIONAL CELEBRATIONS OF JULY FOJRTH MARRED BY NU?€ROUS TRAGEDIES 

DIKHAM CHAMBER PLANS ACCIKNT PREVENTION CA«>AIGN 

SCALD BURNS INJURE 100,000 PEOPLE IN U.S. ANNUALLY 

SERIOUS BODILY INJURIES BIKEST THREAT TO YOUNG PEOPLE 

FREAK DECAPITATION CAUSED BY TV CABLE 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/rtRHAM AIRPORT, FIRE-CRASH RESCUE TEAM 
2 INJU^O IN RDU CRASH 
2 PEOPLE INJURED IN AIRPU^E CRASH NEAR NEW RUNUAY 



ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO AIRPLWCS, SAFETY 
PLANE CRASH IN GERMANY KILLS 3, 



DESTROYS i«Dt»IALD'S 



k 



ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, JETS, N.C. (MILITARY XTS) 
SEE ALS) AIRPLAfCS, DERGENCIES 
SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 
SEE ALSO DRUM<EN FLYING 

ENGINE TROUBLE FORCES LANDING 

NO ONE t4JRT IN N.C. AIR DITCHING 

PLANE GCES INTO DITCH AFTER EiCRGENCY LANDING 

ASHEVILLE CRASH KILLS 1 

ASHEVILLE HAN DIES IN AIRPLANE CRASH 

FIERY FIANE CRASH KILLS TWEE IN PER-SON COUNH 

FAA TO PROBE PERSON AIR CRASH 

AIRPLAfC CRASH VICTIMS KLIEVED VA. COLLEGIANS 

PLANE CRASH VICTIMS IDENTIFIED 

CARGO PLANE CATCtCS FIRE, CRASHES f€AR WILMINGTON 

PILOT AND CO-PILOT KILLED IN CRASH 

N.C. PILOT RESCUED FROM TREE TOPS 

AIRPLANE LANDS, WRECKED BY WIND 

MW) LANDS AIRPLA^E WITHOUT NOSE GEAR 

PLANE SLIDES OFF RUNWAY AT RDU 

APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS AWARD OF $1.3 MILLION 

PLANE CRASf€S AT FORT BRAGG 



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N 
P 


S 

E E 
D — DATE — C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 5/14/1987 C 
2 5/27/1987 C 
2 7/05/1987 D 
2 7/31/1987 C 
2 9/03/1987 A 
2 9/11/1987 C 
2 11/19/1987 C 
2 12/14/1987 C 


9 N 
1 P N L90 

10 N U80 

11 N 080 
1 N S92 

12 N W27 
12 N 

1 N M17 



H 2 11/28/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 12/07/1987 A 4 L 



2 2/26/1987 D 
2 3/27/1987 D 
2 4/02/1987 D 



1 P F B71 
1 P R S66 
3 P N B71 



S 2 9/14/1987 A 1 Q B85 



2 5/10/1987 C 2 

2 6/05/1987 C 1 

2 7/06/1987 A 10 
2 8/24/1987 A 

2 9/16/1987 B 5 

2 10/13/1987 D 6 

1 10/22/1987 B 3 





N 

N 

8 N 

G 
F 
N 



2 7/14/1987 A 
2 7/15/1987 C 



1 P N X55 
1 P N M97 



H 2 8/12/1987 A 1 P P 



H 


2 


1/03/1987 B 


5 P N 


S 


2 


1/05/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


1/06/1987 B 


14 


N 


S 


2 


3/09/1987 A 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


3/10/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


3/21/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1987 C 


11 


N 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 C 


5 


H 


S 


2 


4/27/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/28/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


5/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/21/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 


7/01/1987 A 


1 


N 



I 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



5 DIE IN CARGO PLAfC CRASH AT FORT BRAGG 

CROUD SENSES DANGER AS C-130 HITS 

PUWE CRASfCS IN FIREBAa 

SECOND C-130 DROP-ZONE MAfCWER FAILS AT FORT BRAOi 

MEMORIAL SERVICES SET FOR FH^ KILLED IN CRASH 

PILOT ESCAPES SERIOUS INJURY AS PLA(€ LODGES IN FXIAGE 

RESULTS OF PLANE CRASH INVESTIGATION MAY BE KEPT SECRET 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR VICTIMS OF C-130 CRASH 

OHIO MAN KILLED IN CASUaL COUNTY AIRPLANE CRASH 

MEMORIAL SERVICE HELD FOR ARMY VICTIM OF CRASH 

PLANE'S ROUTE CLARIFIED 

UOI€N RESClOi FROM PAftlCO 

SEARCHERS CANCEL HUNT FOR PILOT 

TWO DESCRIBE THEIR 14-HOUR ORDEAL PFTUt PLA>C CRASH IN PAJtICO SOWD 

REPORT CRITICIZES AIRLIfCR'S CAPTAIN _ _ 

TR'ANSCRIPTS FROM PLANE ATTEMPTING IROP MANEUVER SHOIO NO PROBLEM 

PLANE CRASH AT WINSTON-SALEM 

2 KILLED U^€N PLANE CRASHES CUT N.C. COAST 

4 MEN DEAD (WD 1 MISSING f^fTER FIERY AIRPLAfC CRASH 

BEACHES SEAROCD FOR MAN MISSING AFTER PLA^E CRASH 

COAST GUARD PROBES SIGHTING OF BODY 

CRASH VICTIM'S BODY FOWD 

NOSEKAR ON PIEDMONT JET COLLAPSES 

REPORTS OF LOW-RYING PLAfC PROMPT SEARCH 

AIRPLANE CRASfCS, SINKS IN UATERUAY 

TWO l€N DIE IN CRASH OF WORLD WAR II PLA)€ 

PLAf€ CRASH KILLS 4 IN FAMILY 

ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIRPLAfCS, "NEAR MISSES" 

SEE ALSO AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

SEE ALSO AIRPLAfCS, SHOOTINGS _ „^^,^ 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC ALERT COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYS7D1 

SEE ALSO WINDSHEAR 

SIW DIAL 

AIRPLANE ACCItCNTS (CARTOON) 

SENSORS IN PIEDMONT JETS WARN PILOTS OF WIND SftAR 

REFLECTIONS ON TRAGEDY 

T^E l«Rf£T'S «ST (CARTCWN) 

COMPETE FOR SAFETY 

MAKE SAFETY TALK JUST PLAIN TALK _™,„ ..„^ 

RADIO STATION SENDS MOfCY TO CRASH ajRVIVIOR IN RESCl£R'S NAME 

PERSPECTIVE FROM DURHAM ACADEMY 

PLANE FROM GREENSBORO CRASHES; TWEE KILLED 

PLANE CRASH KILLED THREE FROM STATE 

COMMON SENSE TAKES A BEATING IN AiCRICA 

ACCIDENTS, AMBULANCE 

SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE, N.C. 
AMBLIANCE WORKERS HURT 

2 AMBULANCE WORKERS ARE INJURED IN ACCIDENT 
AMBULANCE IN WRECK ON 15-501 „„_„,,„ , 

AMBULANCE, TRUCK COLLIDE AT U.S. 15-501 INTERSECTION 
13 HURT IN AMBULANCE CRASH 
AMBUU^CE WORKERS, PATIENT HW?T IN COLLISION 
AMBULANCE, CAR CRASH; SIX PECfflE ARE INJURED 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORAN(£ COJNTY 
LOU-FLYING CAR CRASfCS SHORT OF WENDY'S UINDOU 
DECISION TO MOVE CAR COSTS $2,800 
CARRBORO WOMEN INJURED WHEN CAR HITS T>€M ON PATH 
CARRBORO BOY HIT BY TRUCK ON BYPASS 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY _ 
FLEEING ROBBERY SUSPECT CAUSES TVIO-AUTO WRECK 
SCHOO- BOARD MEMBER HURT IN WRECK 
UNC STUDENT HIT BY CAR 
MAN CHARGED WITH HIT-AND-RW ON APRIL 6 



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I T 


N 


E E 




L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C - 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 7/02/1987 A 


1 


P N 


S 


2 7/02/1987 A 


1 D N H09 


S 


2 7/02/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 7/03/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 7/04/1987 C 


4 





H 


2 7/06/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 7/06/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 7/07/1987 B 


9 P N 


H 


2 7/14/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/14/1987 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 7/14/1987 B 


9 


N 


S 


2 8/20/1987 A 


20 


N 


S 


2 8/21/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/26/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/02/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 9/16/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


1 9/25/1987 C 


1 


P P 


S 


2 9/30/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1987 A 


14 P N 


H 


2 10/02/1987 B 


12 


N 


S 


2 10/02/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/03/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/10/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/18/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 12/27/1987 B 


1 


N 



4/06/1987 

8/18/1987 

8/20/1987 

8/22/1987 

8/25/1987 

8/26/1987 

8/26/1987 

8/27/1987 B 

11/20/1987 B 

11/28/1987 B 

11/29/1987 B 

12/14/1987 A 



10/04/1987 C 
10/05/1987 C 
11/06/1987 A 
11/07/1987 A 
11/10/1987 A 
11/11/1987 B 
11/18/1987 B 



1 
4 
8 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
15 
5 
1 
4 



C50 



C50 



K30 



3 2/07/1987 C 1 N 080 

2 4/15/1987 B 5 N 080 

2 7/08/1987 B 5 N 080 

3 10/24/1987 B 1 N 080 



H 2 2/10/1987 C 6 N 030 

H 3 3/04/1987 C 3 P 080 

H 2 4/07/1987 B 7 N 

H 3 4/28/1987 B 1 N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



CAR HITS TREE; 3 HURT ON EAST ROSEMARY ST. 
ORANGE UOMAN INJURED IN WRECK ON AIRPORT ROAD 
CARRBORO MAN INJIMD IN BICYCLE-CAR ACCIIGfT 
DRIVER HAS SURGERY AFTER MYSTERIOUS WRECK 

FAYETTEMILLE MAN KILLED IN CRASH 

CARRBORO MAN WRECKS CAR ATTEJTTING TO ELUDE OFFICERS 
EXCESSIVE SPEED IS CITED IN OWPEL HILL OFFICER'S WRECK 

ACCIHENTS, AUTO, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO WAIVING, HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, DURHAM 

WOMAN INJURED IN TWO-CAR WRECK 

TURNER GETS DUI CHARGE 

MAN DIES AFTER ACCIDENT 

WRECK KIUS DURHAM MAN 

PEDESTRIAN HIT ON FREEWAY 

PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BY CAR 

POLICE OFFICERS COWENDED 

CAR HITS CREEK; IffiMAN DIES 

WOMAN IHJUPEH IN FALL FROM BRIDGE 

ACCIDENTS SNARL 1-85 TRAFFIC 

MAN INJURED IN WRECK 

HEAD-ON CRASH INJURES 2 WOMEN 

TEEN'S CAR HITS FIRE TRUCK 

CAR RUNS OFF ROAD 

CARS SLIP Wffi SLIDE OVER ICY ROADS; STRETCH OF N.C. 55 CALLED THE WORST 

ROADS HAZARMUS; MORE SNOW POSSIBLE 

2 HURT IN DURHAM COaiSION 

A FAMILIAR SIGHT 

SNOW, ICE STORM CAUSES FEW POWER OUTAGES IN DURHAM 

WOMAN WRT IN WRECK 

MAN HIT BY CAR DIES 

5 VEHICLES WRECK 

DRIVER, PASSENGER Hll?T AS CAR HITS TREES 

TWO INOiRED IN ACCIDENT 

CAR-TRUCK COaiSION KILLS TWO PEOTIE ON N.C. 55 

3-CAR CRASH 

HEAD-OH COLLISION KILLS FAYETTEVILLE MAN, WOMAN 

RTP WRECK KILLS WOMAN, HURTS 5 

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE FILED IN FATAL WRECK 

CONDITIONS IMPROVE ON 2 HURT IN FATAL WRECK 

5 'MOST DANGEROUS' CROSSROADS TARGETED FOR SPECIAL PATROLS 

SOLDIER IN WRECK DIES 

CAR STRIKES WOMAN 

SLIGHT INJIi?Y 

MAN SLIGHTLY WJRT IN 2-CAR COLLISION 

WINTER ICES AREA ACTIVITIES 

HOSPITALS REPORT ICY ACCIDENTS 

DRIVER IRRESPONSIBILITY tCEDS TOUGH PENALTIES 

MAN TRAPPED UNDER CAR AFTER BEING HIT 

ICE CAUSES RASH OF DURfWM WRECKS 

OFICERS STia TRYING TO IDENTIFY INJURED MAN 

WET ROADS TURN ICY; FALLING LIMBS TAKE DOWN POWER LINES 

FOJR PEOPLE HIRT IN THREE-VEHICLE ACCIDENT 

2 WRECKS BRING 2 DUI CHARfXS 

POLICE CHARGE RALEiai MAN WITH RECKLESS DRIVING 

BIRLINGTON MAN KILLED, THREE HURT IN 1-85 WRECK 

mm WRJ IN 1-CAR WRECK 

WAKE FOREST WOMAN INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

HIT AND RUN HURTS 3 PLEDGES DURING FRATERNITY'S PRANK 

LAUCH FAIRCLOTH CHARGED AT RDU 

COaiSION 

DRIVER HURT AS CAR FLIPS 

BOY CtWSING DOG IS HIT BY CAR; PO-ICE SAY AUTO LEAVES SCEhE 

mi HIT BY CAR 

mt HIT BY CAR ON S. ROXBORO DIES 

3 WRECKS ON 1-85 SEND 3 TO HOSPITAL 
T>REE HURT IN WRECKS ON 1-85 

SLICK ROADS, TRAFFIC CAUSE 20 DURHAM WRECKS 

DUKE PUBLIC SAFETY WORKER KILLED IN HEAD-ON COLLISKW 



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1/21/88 






S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D ■ 


—DATE — C - 


P6 L P BYL 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 C 


8 N 080 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 A 


14 N 080 


H 


3 


6/12/1987 B 


3 N 080 


H 


1 


7/16/1987 B 


7 N 080 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 A 


14 N 080 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 A 


13 N 080 


H 


2 12/01/1987 C 


6 N 080 


H 


2 


1/01/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


1/01/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/08/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


1/08/1987 C 


2 


S 


2 


1/09/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/11/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/12/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/12/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


2 


1/14/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/14/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


1/15/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/19/1987 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


1/19/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


1/21/1987 B 


2 N 


S 


2 


1/22/1987 A 


1 P N B8S 


S 


2 


1/22/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 B 


3 P P L38 


S 


2 


1/23/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/29/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/29/1987 D 


4 


S 


2 


1/29/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/01/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


2/02/1987 A 


9 N 


S 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


1 P N TK 


s 


2 


2/06/1987 C 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


2/07/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 


2/09/1987 A 


1 P N M51 


H 


2 


2/10/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/11/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/12/1987 B 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


2/12/1987 B 


1 N 


s 


2 


2/13/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


2/16/1987 B 


5 P P R76 


S 


2 


2/16/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


2/17/1987 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


2/18/1987 A 


1 N H70 


S 


2 


2/18/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


2/23/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 


2 


2/23/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


2/23/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 C 


1 P P 


H 


2 


3/02/1987 B 


7 N 


S 


2 


3/02/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


3/10/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 C 


13 N 


S 


2 


3/16/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


4/02/1987 A 


2 N 


S 


2 


4/07/1987 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


4/08/1987 C 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 


4/13/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


2 


4/22/1987 A 


1 P N T85 


H 


2 


4/23/1987 C 


6 P N 


S 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


7 N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12A51/1987 



S U B J E 



FaiCE CHARGE DRIVER WITH HANOAUGHTER IN \€Mi-QH COLLISION 

2 CARS HIT hEAD-ON, SEVEWi. KJRT 

DUFM^ MAN lUJJI^ IN CAR-TRUCK COLLISION 
mi HIT BY CAR, CRITICALLY INJJO 
CAR PLO«S INTO HOUSE; POLICE CHARGE TEEN 
nm STRUCK BY CAR DIES 

3 SERIOUSLY WRl IN SEPARATE ACCIDENTS 
yOMAN, DAUafTERS I^T IN lREa< 
DURHAM MAN DIES AFTER HIT BY CAR 

DURHAM ACCIDENT VICTIM IN 'FAIR' CONDITION TODAY 

OFFICER IS COttCNDED 

OFFICER INJURED IN D« COLISION 

tVH INJJRED IN kKECK 

WSCK VICTIM IS 'CRITICAL' 

CAR OVERTURNS, KILLING M^ ON DURHAM ROAD 

HiaSKROL»< yOMAN KILLED 

FATAL liKECK VICTIM IIENTIFIED AS l«S. EATON 

VERMCKT WOMAN HJRT IN IWJHAM W^tCK 

GUARD'S DEATH UNDER SCRUTINY 

INTERSECTION STUDY SHOULD BCOST SAFETY 

CAR OVERTURNS ON ORVE; DIKHW iV^ INO^O 

WRECK VICTIM 'SERIOUS' 

WOMAN INJ15S) AS CAR COIIDES WITH PATRO. CAR 

UOViN Hl^T AS CAR STRIKES PATRa AUTO 

WRECKER'S GET REFRIEVE FROM FEE 

WRIGHT DIES OF ACCIDENT INOI^IES ^^ 

MS. JUDY LYWI \Jkim\, 18, FROM INJURIES IN ACCIDENT 

DU^^AM MAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER ^CAD-ON COaiSION 

1 DIED JULY 4, '86 

TWO IHJUm IN COLLISION 

INJURED WC:MAN SAID 'CRITICAL' 

LW1BERTCN WOMAN INdJRED IN l«ECK 

CO-LISION INJURES RAL£Ia^ MAN 

mm TR^tf^PED IN CAR 45 MINUTES (VTW IRECK 

mm TPjVPED IN CAR WRm W£CK REPORTO IN SATISFACTORY CONDITION 

TWEE WRl IN l#£CK CH HILLSHm-QUSH ROAD 

T>*£E HIFT IN COaiSION 

POLICE OFFICER HU?T IN liS<ECK 

l«ECK LEADS TO STCXIN Cffi ARREST 

THANKS TO PEOPLE 1*0 AID MOT}£R, CHILD AFTER t«ECK 

TrtWKS TO G(KD SAMARITi^^ 

CAR CRASJCS, IGNITES AFTER WILD RIDE 

OFFICER INJJRED IN COIISICW 

UNC STUDENT DIES AFTER l«ECK „ 

HIT-AND-ftUN ACCIDENT LEAVES 2 PEOPLE mJUfiH); ARREST MAIE 

^€ND£RSON WOMAN KILLED, WJSBAND INOflO IN WRECK 

t€Nr£RSON WOMAN DIES IN CRASH 

DURHAM OFFICER INX-fiED IN *;ECK 

OFFICER RELEASED FROM COUNTY HOSPITAL 

PARKED POLICE Cf^ DAMAGED IN WRECK 

ftf*OATI0N BRINGS TRAFFIC PROBLEM: POQCE PLAN [DERATION WATCHDOG. . . 

HILLSBOROJ&I MAN hilRT ON MOTORCYCLE 

PEDESTRIAN HOSPITALIZED AFTER BEING HH BY AUTO 

SOUTHERN AREA ENTERS CIH LIMITS 

RAIN-SLICK ROAD SPAWS 2 ACCIIENTS 

tfflMAN HH BY CAR ON CLUB BLVD. 

FEDESTRIfW KILLED 

TEEN BADLY WRl IN »«-CAR tRECK ^ ^„„„n 

RAIf«^ALL IN DURHAM FACTtK IN TRAFFIC FATALITY, ACCIDENTS 

PXICE TO FOCUS ON SCW»L ZW£S, DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS 

WOMAN INJURED IN CRASH 

DRIVER'S CONDITION CRITICAL 

WOMAN'S CONDITION REMAINS CRniCAL AT DUKE HOSPITAL 

TEEN, hWRT IN CRASH, DIES 

PEDESTRIAN IS HIT 

HEAVY RAINS BRING FLOODING IN COJNTY 

JUDGE .KJHNSTON TICKETED AFTER tWECK 

BOY HIT BY CAR, LEG, ARM BROKEN 

ESCAPEE ARRESTED AFTER CRASHING .£EP 



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I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D - 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


4/30/1987 A 


16 N 


S 


2 


5/02/1987 A 


1 N 


S 


2 


5/06/1987 A 


7 P N 


H 


2 


5/07/1987 D 


5 N 


S 


2 


5/07/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 C 


7 M 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


5/11/1987 B 


2 P P M66 


H 


2 


5/11/1987 B 


2 N 


S 


2 


5/11/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


1 


5/17/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


5/18/1987 B 


1 P P K30 


S 


2 


5/18/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 


12 


H 


2 


6/07/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/08/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 D 


10 N 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


1 P N T85 


H 


2 


6/16/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/27/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 


6/27/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/29/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


6/29/1987 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


6/30/1987 A 


1 N H70 


S 


O 


7/01/1987 C 


12 


H 




7/01/1987 B 


5 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


7/04/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


7/06/1987 B 


7 N 


S 


2 


7/07/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


n 


7/08/1987 C 


5 P P S76 


H 


T 


7/09/1987 C 


7 P N 


S 




7/09/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


n 


7/13/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


7/13/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


n 


7/16/1987 B 


U N 


S 


2 


7/16/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


7/27/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 B 


1 N M51 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


8/06/1987 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 


8/06/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


8/21/1987 A 


IS N 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 C 


12 P P K30 


H 


2 


8/29/1987 C 


1 N (61 


H 


2 


8/30/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


8/31/1987 B 


7 N 


S 


2 


8/31/1987 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 


8/31/1987 C 


1 N B53 


H 


2 


9/04/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


T 


9/08/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/08/1987 B 


11 N 


S 


2 


9/08/1987 A 


1 N X92 


H 


2 


9/09/1987 B 


1 M N M51 


H 


2 


9/09/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


2 


9/09/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


2 


9/10/1987 C 


7 N 


S 


2 


9/12/198/ A 


1 N 


S 


2 


9/12/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/13/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 D 


6 N 


H 


2 


9/20/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


9/-20/1987 C 


4 N 



-a630- 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



PAGE 9 
1/21/88 

S I T 
E L Y 
C -PC L P BYL 



CAR STRIKES YOUTH 

2 PEfPLE HURT IN ACCIDENT 

CAR RUPTURES GAS LIfC, RESIICNTS ARE EVACUATED 

CITY GARBAK PICKU^ TRLCK, CAR COLLIDE 

THSE HURT IN COLLISION OF CHURCH BUS, CAR 

POLICE Q« RUNS INTO ANOTtCR CAR; 3 Wi?T 

AMBULANCE WORKERS HWT 

ROXBORO ROAD WRECK HURTS 2, SNARLS TROFFIC 

STUDENTS OK AFTER URECK ON CORNWALLIS 

2 AMBULANCE WORKERS ARE INJURED IN ACCIDENT 

STUIOfrS ESCAPE INJURY IN CRASH 

2 TEENS INdJRED IN 2-CAR COUISION 

INTERSTATE 85 WRECK HURTS yiRGINIA WOMAN 

2 DURHAM fCN ARE SERIOUSLY INJURED IN l«ECK 

FALLING TOBACCO HITS CAR 

2 ARRESTED AFTER FLEEING CRASH SCD€, STOLEN CAR 
THREE PEOPLE SLIGHTLY INJURED AS CAR, PICKlff> COLLIDE 
SHERIFF'S MAJOR IS CHARGED IN WRECK 

DURHAM NATIVE DIES IN WRECK ON N.C. 98 

URECK, CKNERY SWITCH CAUSE POWER, Pt«f£ WOES 

POOR VISIBILITY, SLICK ROADS BLAtCD IN WRECKS 

RALEIGH WOWN HIT BY CAR, KILLED IN EASTERN DU»<AM 

DUSK, STEADY RAIN FACTORS IN FATAL N.C. 98 WRECK 

JEEP TOWING CAR CRASJES ON 1-85 

WRECK WFTS TWO 

AMBULANCE IN WRECK ON 15-501 

FREEZE*. FRIGHTENING, ...AND FIW 

ICY BRIDGES CAUSE DRIVERS TO SLIP, SLIDE 

freeze: FRIGHTENING, ... AND FUN 

DRIVERS SHOULD SLOW DOWN 

CAR WITH 8 CATCHES FIRE, PLUNGES OFF OVERPASS 

FIERY CAR CRASH KILLS TEE^AffiR; 8 OTItRS IN.AJRED 

FWERAL SERVICE TODAY FOR STUDENT IN 1*}ECK 

MAYBE TWO TRIPS A YEAR TO DUKE IS ALSO PLENTY 

TEEN-AGE DRIVER IN FIERY, FATfU. CAR CRASH CHARffiD WITH (ttNSLAUGHTER 

PXICE ARREST 2 ON lEAPONS CHARTS AFTER 'ROUTIhE' W«CK INVESTIGATION 

FATAL URECK SPEED SET AT 100 — POLICE 

TWO CHILDREN HURT IN URECK 

2ND DURHAM TEEN DIES FROM WRECK INJURIES 

SECOND TEEN DIES OF FREEUAY URECK INJURIES 

POLICE ARE SEEKING WITNESSES TO l«ECK 

CAR HITS RESTAURANT, INTERRUPTS DINERS 

PARKING LOT URECK EARNS DRIVER DUI 

3 TEENS STILL hdSPITALIZED 11 DAYS AFTER FATAL WRECK 
SIX HURT IN HEAD-ON CRASH 

OFFICERS CHARGE 45 IN DURHAM WITH DUI 

CAR LANDS ON ANOTHER, OVERTURNS IN URECK 

DURHAM HAN CHARGED UITH IfP AIRED DRIVING AFTER 2 CARS COLLIDE 

DRIVER ONLY SCRATCHED AS CAR FLIPS 

JURY DELIBERATIONS TO RESUf€ MONDAY IN MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 

A HOSPITALIZED AFTER TRUCK, CtH COaiSION 

URECK VICTIM STILL IN HOSPITAL 

TESTIMONY SET TO BEGIN IN TRIAL FOR HIT-AND-RUN 

7 'SOUGHT POLICE' AFTER HIHING PLEDGES 

TROOPER TELLS OF ARREST AFTER PL£D(ES WERE HIT 

7-YEAR-OLD HIT BY CAR ON BROAD STREET 

8-YEAR-OLD CRITICALLY INJURED BY CAR 

8-YEAR-OLD CRITICAL AFTER Cm ACCIDENT 

8-YEAR-OLD HIT BY CAR IN STABLE CONDITION 

ABDELNABY CHARGED IN CRASH 

DIKE PLAYER WRECKS CAR; DWI CHARGED 

POLICEMAN WJRT IN WRECK 

OFFICER INJJRED TRYING TO GIVE MAN A BREATHALYZER TEST 

4 HU^T IN BAHAMA ROAD W£CK 
SNOU RECEIVES 6TH DUI CHARGE 

FOJR PEOPLE HURT AS CAR, PICKUP CRASH ON U.S. 501 

POLICEMAN HURT IN CAR ACCIDENT 

1 PERSON STILL IN HOSPITAL AFTER C/«-TRUCK COLLISION 

CAR HITS BRICK UALL 

CHASE ENDS WITH THREE-C/« CRASH IN WJRHAM 



H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 



H 2 
H 



9/21/1987 A 
9/22/1987 C 
9/23/1987 C 
9/24/1987 C 
9/26/1987 C 
9/26/1987 C 
10/04/1987 C 
10/05/1987 A 
10/05/1987 A 
10/05/1987 C 
10/06/1987 C 
10/06/1987 C 
10/09/1987 B 
10/11/1987 C 
10/13/1987 C 
10/21/1987 B 
10/23/1987 C 
10/26/1987 B 
10/28/1987 C 
10/28/1987 C 
10/28/1987 C 
10/29/1987 C 
10/29/1987 C 
10/31/1987 B 
11/06/1987 C 
11/06/1987 A 
11/12/1987 B 
11/12/1987 A 
11/12/1987 B 
11/14/1987 A 
11/15/1987 A 
11/16/1987 C 
11/16/1987 C 
11/17/1987 C 
11/17/1987 B 
11/17/1987 A 
11/18/1987 C 
U/18/1987 C 
11/18/1987 A 
11/19/1987 B 
11/21/1987 D 
11/22/1987 B 
11/23/1987 C 
11/^/1987 C 
11/27/1987 B 
11/30/1987 A 
12/01/1987 C 
12/02/1987 C 
12/03/1987 B 
12/05/1987 B 
12/06/1987 B 
12/07/1987 C 
12/08/1987 A 
12/09/1987 C 
12/10/1987 C 
12/11/1987 C 
12/13/1987 B 
12/14/1987 A 
12/16/1987 C 
12/17/1987 B 
12/18/1987 B 
12/20/1987 B 
12/20/1987 B 
12/21/1987 A 
12/21/1987 C 
12/22/1987 C 
12/22/1987 B 
12/22/1987 C 
12/22/1987 A 
12/23/1987 C 



B53 

K30 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P K30 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N W62 

N 



N 

N 



N 

N 

P 

N 

P W62 

N Y02 

P K30 

E 

N M51 

N f61 

N 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N M51 

N 

N B53 

N M51 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 

N M51 

N S82 

N 

N 

N B53 

N B53 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S76 



B53 



B53 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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1/21/88 



MAN SUWIi^S 75-FOOT PLl*«3E ON 1-85 
URECK VICTIM FAIR 

WECKS SLOW 1-85 TRAFFIC ^ 

RAIN CAUSES CITY URECKSj FLURRIES FtBSIBLE TOWKROU 
FOt^ HURT AS TRUCK, TUO C^fiS URECK 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, KicHAM COUNTY 
^E ACCIDEKTS, AUTO, DURHAM 
SEE TRiiifFIC DEAT>«, DURHAM 

ACCIDEKTS, AUTO, INTERNATIOf*^ 

CHI(€SE TRAFFIC DeAT>« MATCHING U.S. 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HIT-AND-RW WAIVING 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, N.C. 

ALAMANCE MAN KILLED IN WECK; SEAT BELTS RIP 

ROXBORO WCftW DIES IN ®£-CAR ACCIICNT 

cm 3¥iSf£S OFF BRireE, KILLING ITS DRIVER 

GRANVILLE MAN DIES IN AUTOMOBILE tf^CK 

DUWtM MAN DIES IN HJANVILLE AUTO ACCIDENT 

MAN Sl£S DRIVER FOR INJ^IES 

DURHAM MAN DIES IN CRASH «AR BUTfO 

DEPUTIES IWE3TIGATE FATAL CRASH, STEM ^ftJRDER 

SPECIAL PROSECUTE SOUGHT TO PW3BE POLICE CAR WRECK 

TWO KILLED IN 2-CAR CtXLISION IN STATE'S SECOND UINTER STORM 

SNOW AND ICE LIN(£R; MORE MAY BE ON WAY 

N.C. TRAFFIC [£ATHS IN 1986 HIG«ST fAJMBER IN 14 YEARS 

BABY CRAHS OUT OF CAR AFTER FATi^. COLLISION 

QXFCKD FaiCE CAR DAMAtED IN CRASH 

GREENSBORO bJRECK KILLS KHJTY 

CAR SAFETY SEATS CUT CHILD DEATt«, INJJ^IES _ 

ASSOCIATED PRESS fCUSWiN KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON 1-95 

l«EAf£ WOMAN IS KILLED IN f€AD-ON AUTO CRASH 

SIX TRAFFIC DEATHS IN N.C, BLAMED CS^ ICE FT^OI STCRM 

OXFORD WOMAN DIES AFTER D« 0VEHT13::NS 

TEEN SUEH FOR LETTING 10-YEAR-OLD TO L«IVE 

N.C. DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DOT DIES 

MT DEPUTY SECRETARY DIES OF UREDK INJJ5IES 

AUTO CRASHES INTO USED-CAR LOT , _ „ ,„„„ , 

2-WNTH-OLD BABY SURVIVES ACCIDENT T>WT SPLH VEHICLE 

16-YE/W-OLD IS KILLO IN TPUCK-Oy? CRASH 

THREE DIE IN t£EKEND TRAFFIC ACCIICNTS ^^^^^ ^ 

WJRHAM COACH KILLED! HIGHUAY ACCIDENT TAKES LIFE, INJURES ASSISTAffT 

GRAVES' DEATH STIWS, SH(KKS HIS FELLOU CQAC^€S IN PAC-6 

ACCIDENT CLAIMS DLRHAM COACH 

CHATHAM MAN DIES IN ALTO ACCItCNT 

INJURED UOMAN'S DOG IS BACK HOME 

FOUR DIE IN Trt^EE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 

CEDAR GROVE pyw DEAD FROM AUTOMOBILE INJURIES _ _^^, ^ 

TWO tWKE FO^ST STUIENTS iVRJ IN COXISIO^ WITH TWCTOR-TKAILER 

ALCJKJL-RELATED iRECKS, DEATHS RISING DESPITE LAW 

MAN KILLED IN COLLISION ON BRIDGE 

11-MONTH-OLD DIES IN AUTOMOBILE bPfCK 

WECK KILLS 26-YEAR-OLD MAN 

TWO S.C. ^£N KILLED ON 1-85 

Hff^SK HIT BY VEHICLES 

RECONSTWJCTION OF AUTO ACCIICNTS A SCIENCE FOR ElfRHAM POLICEMAN 

WECK IN PERSON KILLS f«S. LOUISE P. CRISP, 51 

DEPUTY'S PlWED PATROL CAR IS HIT „ 

tOV*N SERIOUSLY IN-AJRED IN HEAD-ON CRASH ON 1-85 
INORED WOMAN SAID 'CRITICAL' 

SCHOOL BUS, AUTO IKECK LEAVES AT LEAST 12 HJRJ 

WOMAN, 21, KILLO AS AUTO STRIKES TKEES 

RALEIGH TEEN KILLED IN URECK 

FRANKLIN KAN KILLED IN FIERY l«ECK „, ,, ^ , 

TWO UfWREN RESIDENTS, IWEORN CHILD KILLED IN URECK m U.S. 1 

15-YD«-0LD DIES IN VANCE ACCIDENT 

JOHWr BRILEY NEUEU, 15, OF INJURIES FROM CAR tRECK 

MAN HURT IN CRASH DURING CHASE 



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1/05/1987 A 


6 


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2 


1/06/1987 A 


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2 


1/06/1987 A 


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2 


1/07/1987 A 


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1/09/1987 A 


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1/16/1987 A 


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1/23/1987 A 


6 P N 


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1/24/1987 C 


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N H60 


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1/27/1987 C 


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2 


1/29/1987 A 


14 


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2/04/1987 C 


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2/12/1987 C 


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2 


2/13/1987 A 


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2/14/1987 A 


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2/16/1987 B 


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2/19/1987 A 


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2/25/1987 A 


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3/06/1987 A 


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3/07/1987 D 


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4/11/1987 C 


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2 


4/11/1987 A 


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2 


4/12/1987 C 


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2 


4/17/1987 C 


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2 


4/20/1987 B 


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7 


5/06/1987 D 


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2 


5/09/1987 C 


2 


N 


2 


5/11/1987 C 


1 


N 




5/12/1987 B 


8 


N 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


18 


N 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


18 


N 080 


2 


5/26/1987 B 


6 


N 


2 


5/29/1987 A 


15 


N 


2 


5/31/1987 C 


1 P N (61 


2 


5/31/1987 C 


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1 


6/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


1 


6/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


2 


6/02/1987 A 


2 


N 


2 


6/06/1987 B 


8 


N 


2 


6/08/1987 B 


7 


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2 


6/10/1987 C 


5 


N 080 


1 


6/12/1987 C 


6 


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2 


6/18/1987 D 


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6/20/1987 C 


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6/23/1987 C 


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6/24/1987 B 


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VEHICLE RUNS OT ROAD; FOUR KILLED 

SUSPECT IN ROBBERY DIES 

DURHAM MAN KILLED, FIAICEE HIRT IN l«ECK 

WRECK KILLS DURHAM MAN, INJIRES HIS FIANCEE, 25 

BURLIN6T0N MAN DIES AFTER AUTO ACCIDENT 

FLAT TIRE LEADS TO WRECKS, TRAFFIC SNARL ON INTERSTATE 

CHILD, 2, KILLED IN WRECK 

CHATWM WOMAN KILLED IN WRECK NEAR SILER CITY 

WOMAN DIES FROM D« WRECK INJURIES 

2 WHCE COUNTY RESIDENTS KILL£D IN HEAD-ON COLLISION ON U.S. 1 

CAR HITS TREE NEAR FARMVILLE; THREE KILLED 

HIGHWY FATALITIES FALL DESPITE MORE WRECKS 

4 DIE IN N.C. AUTO-TRUCK COLLISION 
SEAT BELTS, PATRCLS f£LP REDUCE DEATHS 
CAR-TRUCK COLLISION KILLS FOUR 

CAR CRUSTS ALAMANCE COUNTY MAN 

DURHAM WC»<AN KILL£D 

CHARLES WILSON, IN CAR l^ECK 

CAR PLWffiES INTO POND; WIVER DIES 

2 KILLED, 2 INJJRED IN WRECK 

WRECK KILLS Blia.IN6T0N MAN 

CfR HITS FRONT OF RESTAURANT 

HARVEY BAGBEY, IN CAR CRASH 

CAR HITS PARKED TRAILER; DAMA(XS OVER $20,000 

ROXBORO TEEN INJUCT IN SIN6LE-AUT0 WRECK 

MAN PIN^O IN CANAL FOR 7 HOJRS 

l€AD-ON CRASH ON N.C. 49 KILLS TWO 

UNO STUKNT, ANOTfCR DRIVER, DIE IN WRECK 

CREEDMOOR MAN DIES IN IKECK 

MARIE WILLIAM JOttJSQN, 60, OF PERSON, KILUED IN WRECK 

CREEDMOOR MAN IS KILLED, ANOTHER INJlflJED IN 1*£CK 

VANCE WSCK KILLS MAN, 22 

CAR HITS 3 CHILDREN PLAYING AT DAY-CARE CENTER IN ROXBORO 

ONE KILLED, TWEE INJURED IN WRECK SOUTH (f ^EBANE 

CHARLOTTE POLICE TO PROBE STREET SWMTINGS 

CHILD LISTED IN SERIOUS CONDITION 

IN.AJRED CHILD'S CONDITION UPGRADED 

3-CAR WRECK IN GRANVILLE KIUS WOMAN 

17 KILLED ON HIGHWAYS 

SPILLED DRINK COSTS «24,000 

ONE KILLED IN WARREN WRECK 

2 DIE IN FIERY SELMA CRASH 

CLAYTON MAYOR DIES FROM ACCIDENT INJURIES 

FRANKLIN COKTY IW KILLED IN WRECK 

JASON ERIC JONES, IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT 

THREE KILLED IN CAR-TRUCK ACCIDENT 

OXFORD POLICE CITE MAN IN 4-CAR WRECK 

1 KILLED IN 15-VEHICLE N.C. PILEUP 

18-VEHICLE ACCIDENT BLAfO ON SMOKE; CMC DRIVER KILLED 

KJRfWM WOMAN SUES S^EENSBORO 

FIRE FROM ACCIDENT BURNS MOBILE HO^ES 

MAGNUM T.A. REMEMBERS l^ECK 

YEAR AFTER ACCIDENT, MAGNl^f T.A. THINKS f£ hWY WRESTLE AGAIN 

CRASH KILLS BURLINGTON MAN 

FCm KILLED IN h£AD-ON COLLISION ON 1-77 

MRS. SMITH, DEPUTY'S WIFE, DIES AFTER l«ECK 

NEW CHARGE FILED IN FOU^-FATALITY 1«ECK 

D«Y fWN KILLED IN CRASH 

BABY DELIVERED AFTER CAR l«ECK DIES 

TROOPER DUCKS AS TOP PEELED OFF PATROL CAR 

TOP PEELED OFF PATROL CRUISER 

SOLDIER KILLED, ANOTfO WRJ IN CRASH 

CAR HITS SCHOOL BUS AND THEN CATCfCS FIRE 

5 DIE IN Vi!*CE AUTO ACCIDENT IN SPITE OF EFFORTS AT RESCUE 
N.C. WRECKS KILL 14 

AMBULANCE, CAR CRASH; SIX PEOPLE ARE INJURED 

A SUNDAY DRIVE IN A STOLEN CfR TURNS TOIARD JAIL 

CHATHAM WRECK KILLS TEEN 

ALAMANCE MAN STRUCK, KILLED BY CAR 

1-YEAR-OLD GIRL KILLED IN RANDOLPH WRECK 



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6/27/1987 D 


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6/30/1987 C 


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7/02/1987 C 


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8/17/1987 C 


3 


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8/18/1987 A 


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8/18/1987 D 


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H 


2 


8/19/1987 C 


3 


N 


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8/19/1987 C 


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1 


8/25/1987 B 


1 


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9/08/1987 B 


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9/09/1987 B 


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9/10/1987 A 


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9/14/1987 A 


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9/19/1987 C 


2 


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2 


9/28/1987 C 


3 


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2 


9/29/1987 C 


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10/03/1987 D 


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10/07/1987 B 


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10/09/1987 B 


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16 


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H 


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10/28/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


1 


10/29/1987 B 


1 P P 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/14/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


11/16/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


11/18/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


3 11/18/1987 C 


2 


N 080 


H 


2 


11/22/1987 B 


7 


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11/27/1987 C 


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SUBJECTS 



LOUISBURG MAN KILLED IN COLLISION _ 

SHARON LONG OF TIMI€RLiy<E DIES IN SINGLE-CAR ACCIDENT 

TIMBERLAKE WOKAN, 25, DIES IN SINGLE-AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT 

DOG TAKES CAR FOR SPIN 

MARINE KILLED IN CAR-TRUCK CRASH 

VIRGINIA UOt€N KILLED IN CRASH ON U.S. 1 

■mEE PEOPLE KILLED IN WEEKEND WRECKS 

12,000 SPEEDING TICKETS ISSUED IN 65 MPH AREAS 

PinSBORO MAN DIES IN AUTO ACCIICNT 

HOLIDAY I£ATH TOLL HITS 15 

31 DEATHS REPORTED ON N.C. HIGHWAYS 

HIT-AND-RUN DRIVER SOUGHT 

N.C.'S TRAFFIC DEATHS HIGH FOR PtFULATION 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, ORANGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO, CARRBORO 
SEE ALSO ACCIKNTS, AUTO, CHAPa HILL 

ORWJGE COUNTY WRECK KILLS 24-YEAR-OLD 

■[WtEE WRT IN U.S. 15-501 CRASH 

BROTHERS DIE IN WRECK __, _^„ 

ORANK WOMAN INJU<ED IN WRECK ON AIRPORT ROAD 

2 KILLED IN COaiSION 

TWO DIE IN TWO-CAR COLLISION 

CmPa HILL WOMAN DIES IN CAR WRECK 

5 PECFLE WRl IN 4-CAR ACCIDENT _ 

AUTO CRASH IN ORANGE KILLS 16-YEAR-OLD DURHAM YOUTTI ^^^„,^ 

SERVICES F«? DURHAM TEEN-AGER KILLED IN ACCIDENT HELD YESTERDAY 

2-MCNTH-aD CHILD KILLED, 10 HIKT IN WtSCK ON BRII^ 

5 REMAIN IN HOSPITAL TODAY FOLLOWING FATAL ACCIDE^fT 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO, U.S. 

SEE ALSO hWTIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION 

SEE ALSO SPEED LIMITS 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC DEATHS, U.S. 

SOCIW. SECURITY COMPUTER SOLVES MYSTERY 

NASCAR PRECAUTIONS PASSED TEST ON SUNDAY 

MARINE'S BIRTHDAY ENDS WITH CRASH 

COMPETE FOR SAFETY 

CLARKSVILLE BANKIR, WIFE, MOTHER DIE IN ItAD-f^lC''^, tutt r>.,rucT> xn i^ 
22-STATE STUDY INDICATES ROAD DEATHS UP SOX WHERE 55 LIMIT PUaO TO 65 

ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

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

TRAIN CRUSHES OJKE TRUCK; 2 LWINJURED 

TRAIN, TRUCK COLLIDE 

CLOSE CAa 

TRAIN HITS CAR 

TRAIN HITS TRUCK, KILLING SPENCER MAN 

BIZARRE INCIDENTS KILL GARNER MAN, INJJRE OTHER PERSON 

GRIFTON WOMAN DIES IN CAR-TRAIN COaiSION 

TRAIN HITS CAR, KILLS LEXINGTON MAN 

TRUCK-TRAIN CRASH KILLS 1, IN>AJRES 4 

BATTLES FIRE 

ACCIDENTS, BAaOON 
SEE ALSO BALLOONS 

SEE ALSO HOT AIR BAUtMNS „ ,_ „. .„^, 

HOT-AIR BALLOON RIDES HURT 6, KILL N.C. fCWLYWED, PA. TEEN 

ACCIIKNTS, BICYaES 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE SAFETY 
SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

WHY THERE ARE BRAKES 

CYCLISTS HAVE Riafr-<]F-UAY 

MORMON MISSIONARY KILLED m BICYCLE 

CARRBORO MAN INJUS) IN BICYCLE-CAR ACCI^ 

SURVEY A FIRST STEP IN DRARING BICYCLE PLAN FOR DURHAM 





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H 


2 12/16/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 12/16/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/18/1987 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 12/21/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


1 12/22/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/25/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 12/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/30/1987 A 


4 


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H 


2 2/07/1987 C 


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H 


2 2/20/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 3/30/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 6/09/1987 A 


14 


N (SO 


H 


2 7/01/1987 B 




N 080 


S 


2 7/27/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 10/14/1987 C 




N 


H 


3 10/28/1987 C 




N 080 


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2 12/13/1987 B 







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2 12/14/1987 C 







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2 12/24/1987 B 




N BIO 


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2 12/24/1987 C 




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H 


2 2/13/1987 A 


17 N 


R 


2 5/07/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/09/1987 D 


5 N 


H 


2 8/26/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 9/08/1987 B 


11 N 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


8 


H 


2 12/18/1987 A 


13 N 


R 


2 1/09/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 1/10/1987 B 


1 P P 


S 


2 1/10/1987 A 


2 P P 


H 


2 2/21/1987 B 


5 P P 


H 


2 4/15/1987 A 


14 N 


R 


2 7/20/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 8/06/1987 D 


6 N 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


2 10/31/1987 A 


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S 


2 10/31/1987 C 


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3/20/1987 A 
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6/12/1987 B 
7/13/1987 B 



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INSIDE ,^_ 

report: bicycle safety tips fCEICD 

survey: (M-THIRD bike to workplace in DURHAM 

BICYaiNG SHOLD BE PLEASURE, NOT TRWOY 

TEACHING BICYCLE SAFETY NOT HIGH ON SCTOQL'S LIST 

DEPUTIES PLAN 'RODEO' TO TEACH BIKE SAFETY 

BIKE SAFETY BELONGS IN LAW OFFICERS' HANDS 

ACCIDENTS, BOATS 

^E ALSO BOAT SAFETY 
SEE ALSO BOATS 

8 RESCUED FROM TUG 

CREWMEN UILL TRY TO SAVE TUGBOAT ADRIFT OF? N.C. 
FISHERffiN FIGHT FIERCE lEAT^€R, 25-FOOT WAVES 
HUNTER FOUND DEAD, 2 STILL MISSING 
SEARCH SUSPENIED FOR TW) MISSING fO 

FISfCRMAN'S BODY FOIM) , „ 

COAST GUARD CALLS OFF SEARCH FOR TH«E MISSING FISHERICN 

BOATING MISHAP KILLS TUO MEN 

SEARCH CALLED OFF 

WOMAN INJURED IN BOATING MISHAP 

4-YB«-0LJ) DIES AS BOAT EXPLODES 

KAUFORT mmy boy, a, killed as boat EXPLODES AT MARINA 

RESa£RS SEARCH FOR MISSING MAN 

3 FISHERMEN FOJND SAFE IN GASLESS BOAT 
TWO mi BURNED IN BOAT EXPLOSION 
WOMAN GOES OVERBOARD ON PAMLICO RIVER 
POWER BOAT RAMS SAILBOAT ON KERR LAKE 
ABANDO^CD BOAT SETS BRIDGE AFIRE 
MOTORISTS DELAYED BY REPAIRS TO BURfO BRIDGE 
RESCUE IN CROATAN SOUND 

FISHERMEN'S BOAT OVERTURNS _ 

CWlRTER BURNS NEAR N.C. COAST; 61 OVERBOARD SAVED BY BOATS 
BOAT FIRE INVESTIGATED 
TRAWLER CREWMAN KILLED 

ACCIDENTS, BRIDffiS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO BRIDES, U.S. 
N.Y. BRIDGE DISASTER SWULD BE A W<«NIN6 
BRIDGES IN TROJBLE 

ACCIDENTS, BUSES 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SCWIOL BUSES 
BUS CARRYING GEORK JOtCS FATALLY INJURES MOTORCYCLIST 
COLLISIC»< KILLS 1, INJKES 12 
2 KILLED, 12 HURT AS BUS, TRl£K, PICKIF COLLIDE 
THREE Hl^T IN COLLISION OF CHURCH BUS, CAR 

4 DIE WO TRUCK HITS BUS CARRYING BASKETBALL TEAM 
CONVOSE COLLEGE mmS DEATHS OF TEAM MEMBERS 

ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, POISONINGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEMS 
POLICE SAY MAN TRIED TO KILL WIFE WITH CAR FUffiS 
CARBON WNOXIDE: SILENT, UNSEEN, lfl«USPECTED KILLER 

ACCIDENTS, CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD SAFETY 
CAR SffETt SEATS CUT CHILD DEATHS, INJJRIES 
CHILD DIES IN SLEDDING ACCIDE3>(T 

BOY CHASING DOG IS HIT BY CAR; POLICE SAY AUTO LEAVES SCENE 
BOOK HELPS PARENTS PROTECT Tf€IR CHILDREN 
KRISTY lim LEACH, 8, FROM IN,AJRIES 
10-YEAR-OLD KILLED IN ACCIDENTAL SHOOHNG 
RIFLE BULLET FIRED AT IMG KILLS GIRL 
UNCONSCIOUS GIRL REVIVED AT POOL 
CHILD REVIVED AFTER ACCIDENT AT LOADING DOCK 
BOTKSHELF COLLAPSES, KILLS GIRL NEAR BUTNER 
CAR HITS 3 CHILDREN PLAYING AT DAY-CARE CENTER IN ROXBORO 
CHILD LISTED IN SERIOUS CONDITION 



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t T 


N 


E 


E 




. Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


9/26/1987 B 




U T30 


S 


2 10/21/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


2 


10/22/1987 A 




N M06 


S 


2 10/24/1987 A 




E 


s 


2 11/02/1987 C 




N MIO 


s 


2 12/07/1987 C 




N B53 


s 


2 12/09/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


1/02/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


1 


1/08/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/16/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


1/22/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/26/1987 A 


13 


N 


S 


2 


3/23/1987 A 


5 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 


4/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/16/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/20/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 B 


1 P P 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/12/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/18/1987 C 


8 


N 



S 2 4/09/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 5/01/1987 A 4 L 



H 


2 


8/18/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


9/08/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/09/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


9/26/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/20/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


10/21/1987 A 


1 


' N 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


2/20/1987 A 


12 





S 


2 


4/13/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


4/20/1987 B 


1 P F 


H 


2 


4/28/1987 C 


4 





H 


2 


6/03/1987 C 


6 





H 


2 


6/06/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/18/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/21/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


8/18/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


1 


8/19/1987 C 


1 


N 



S27 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



3-YEAR-CLD HIT, KILLED BY PIZZA DELIVERY TRUCK 
INJURED CHILD'S CONDITION UPGRADED 
CPR TRAINING SAVES LIVES 
PIHA DELH^RYMEN DANGEROUS 
BENEFIT FOR KYLE BEPEU FAMILY TODAY 

ACCIDEhrr PREVENTION BEST 

TOm SEEKS HEETIW3 WITH LETTER WAITERS REastfOJING DROIWING 

HOME SHOULD BE CHILIKIRIE>fTED 

PHONE DIRECTORY IS OWD PLACE TO GET FIRST-AID IfFORMATION 

THE SCARS HAVE FADED, AND JASON IS NORMAL-H^lLMOST 

OFFICIALS! CHILD UIT>1 LIGHTER CAUSED FIRE 

OLD t£LLS MAY POSE TmEAT IN TRIANGLE 

CARRH3R0 BOY HIT BY TRUCK ON BYPASS _ 

TEACHING BICYCLE SAFETY NOT HIGH ON SCHOOL'S LIST 

YOUTH PLAYING WITH RIFLE KILLS BROT>£R 

11-YEAR-OLD CARY YOUTH ACCIDENTALLY SHOT TO DEATH 

TWO CHILDREN HURT IN URECK 

3 CHILDREN PERISH IN HOUSE FIRE 

BOY HURT IN FALL 

3-YEAR-OLIi DROWNS IN BATHTUB 

FALL AT SCHOOL KiaS DURHAM THIRD-GRADER 

7-YEAR-OLD HIT BY CAR ON BROAD STREET 

8-YEAR-OLD CRITICAaY INJWO BY CAR 

DRUNK LOUSES \JP GAME 

3-YEAR-OLD CRITIWtf. AFTER CAR ACCIDENT 

CHILD WITH REATTACHED FOOT IS HOME FRW HOSPITAL 

8-YEAR-OLD HIT BY CfH IN STABLE CONDITION 

STATEJCNT GIVES KTAILS ON DEATH OF THIRD-GRADER 

ACCIDENTS, CONSTRUCTKW 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 
WORKER DIES DAY 0FJU( FALL AT HOSPITAL 
ROXBORO MAN DIES AFTER FALL ^_^ ^^, , 
FU^£RAL TODAY FOR MAN KILLED BY 80-FOOT FAU 
CONSTRUaiON UORKER IN.AMD IN FfUL 
ROCK SLAB KILLS CONSTRlX;TION WDRKER 
CAVE-IN KILLS WORKER ^,,^^ 

CONTRACTOR GETS SUSPENDED TERM FOR MANSLAUGHTER 
MOfa<OE MAN CRITICAUY INJURED IN FW.L 
CONSTRUCTION STATE'S MOST DANGEROUS J3B ,„v^„„ 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FINED FOR FATAL FAU AT DUKE HOSPITAL 
STATE OFFICIAL EJWASIZES PRECAUTIONS WHILE EXCAVATING 
CONSTRUCTION WORKER HURT IN 25-FOOT FAU 
FALL VICTIM'S CONDITION UF13RADED ^^^, , ^ ^^„ 
GARLAND L. HICKS DIES FROM INJU-RIES IN INDUSTRIAL PLANT 
OBITUARY 

CAGE ON CRANE FAaS; TWO hU^T 
ROXBOW MAN FAUS INTO MAfWJLE 
CONSTKUaiON UORKER HURT 

DUMP TRXK BED KILLS BUILDING FIRM OWNER „.^,„„, 
AFTER THE CATASTROP*: WARM, DEDICATED CARE FOR PATIENTS 
ELECTRICIAN IS SHOCKED BY DRILL 
WORKER FALLS THREE STORIES 
STATE CJCCKS ELEVATOR MISHtf (XJTSIDE DOJNTOW CCB BAtfl< 

""^iPAL&D^HAtfcoSJTsHERIFF'S KPT., UNDERWATER SEARCH AND RECC^Y TEAM 

GA, TEEN IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER fCARLY DROWNING IN POffl. H 

YOUTH FOUND IN MQTR POOL DIES AT DUKE S 

TEEN FOUND IN SWIMMING POOL DIES » 

ACCIDENT PREVENTION BEST H 

ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIICNTS, SWIMMING 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SWII«ING POO-S 

SEE ALSO BOAT S*:fETY ' „ 

FISHERMAN'S BODY FOIWD " 

MONROE COUPLE FOUND DEAD IN HOT TUB H 

SEARCH FOR MAN CONTINUES AT LAKE H 

AUTOPSY REI.CALS IM: STUDENT I«OUI€D H 



SUBJECTS 




PAGE 14 ij 








1/21/88 i! 

1 




S 


l\ .1 


N 


E E 


P 


D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL ^' 


H 


2 8/22/1987 D 


5 





H 


1 8/25/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 8/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/28/1987 A 


4 


L i 


H 


2 8/29/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 9/04/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


3 9/18/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


S 


2 9/23/1987 A 


10 


6 


S 


2 9/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/01/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 10/17/1987 C 


1 


N B53 1 


S 


2 10/23/1987 A 


1 P N M06 ! 


H 


3 10/24/1987 B 


1 


N Q80 


S 


2 11/02/1987 C 


1 


N MIO 


S 


2 11/12/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 11/18/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/01/1987 C 


6 P N 


S 


2 12/10/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/10/1987 C 


12 





H 


2 12/11/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/11/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/13/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/14/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 12/14/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 12/15/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 12/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/07/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 1/07/1987 A 


12 





H 


2 1/08/1987 B 


2 





H 


2 1/21/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/12/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 4/08/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 4/14/1987 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 4/17/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 4/26/1987 D 


12 


N 


H 


2 4/28/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


2 5/10/1987 F 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/21/1987 A 


22 


H 


H 


1 5/22/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/24/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 5/25/1987 A 


8 





H 


1 7/10/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 7/17/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 7/28/1987 A 


5 


N 


H 


2 7/30/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 8/05/1987 C 


1 P Q K65 


S 


2 8/07/1987 A 


7 


N j 


H 


2 9/12/1987 D 


5 


^ 


S 


2 12/01/1987 A 


8 


N 



2 6/23/1987 C 5 N 

2 6/23/1987 A 1 N 

2 6/24/1987 B 8 N 

2 9/04/1987 A 4 L 



2 1/22/1987 D 5 N 

2 2/02/1987 C 4 N 

2 3/03/1987 A 6 N 

2 3/08/1987 C 5 N 080 



i 



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Y/AMNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12>^1/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 15 
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I 



» 



STUDENT DROttOiNO FOU. PLAY FOJND 

SEARCH CALLED OFF _ „ 

Dl«HAM NATIVE HISSES BRIDGE AND DROWfi 

MISSING FISfCRMAN'S BODY IS FOUND 

14-YEAR-OLD DROWNS 

RESCUERS SEARCH FOR MISSING MAN 

WAYNE COUNTY FISHERfWN DROWNS 

BODY OF MISSING GIRL FOUND IN LAKE 

BODIES OF THREE TEENS FOUND IN FARM POND 

BODY OF FISfERMAN WHO TRIED RESCUE FOIWD IN NEUSE 

FRANKLIN COUNTY MAN DROtiWS IN PWffl 

MAN DROVWS IN TRENT RI^€R 

MAKING A SPLASH 

WOMAN GOES OVERBOARD ON PA»«.ICO RIVER 

STEPMOnCR THANKS SEARCHERS AFTER 3-YE<tf!-0U) FOUND KAD 

MAN DROWIS IN FALLS LAKE DURIffi HIS BIRTHDAY PARTY 

MAN PRESUfED DROWNO 

BODY RECOVERED FROM JORDAN LAKE 

HAW RIVER CLAIMS CHATHAM CO. MAN 

ALAMANCE COUNTY WOMAN NtDWS IN HILLSBOROUGH 

SEPARATE DROWNINGS CLAIM LIVES OF TWO 

5-YEAR-OLD HiaSBOROUGH BOY DROWNS IN CHAPa HILL POOL 

SMALL CHILDREN ALLOWED IN POOL, PARK CHIEF SAYS 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCILMAN'S 2-YE/W-OO DAUGHTER DROWNS 

SNOW CAMP MAN, HORSE DROWN IN OLD SOAP QU<«RY 

STATE AGENCY HONORS MAN »« GAVE LIFE RESCUING SWIWER 

WOMAN IN CURRENT IS PULLED TO SAFETY 

BOY, 4, DROWNS IN NEIGHBOR'S POOL 

DROWNING IN CHAPEL HILL SPARKS RACIAL ISSUES 

TOl*< PLANS DR(WNII« PROBE ,„„ 

TOWN SEEKS ^EETIW3 WITH LETTER WITERS REGARDING DROWING 

CONCERNED EASED AFTER SESSION ON PtML WERE BOY, 5, DROW^BD 

DUCK HUNTER DRCWNS IN LITTLE RIVER 

BODY OF MISSING CHILD FOUND IN BOAT BASIN 

3- YEAR-OLD PERSON COUNTY GIRL, BY DROWNING 

3-YEAR-OLD DROWNS IN BATHTUB 

BODY OF MISSING FIStCRMAN FOUND 

ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, U.S. 

CRIES l€ARD, STUDENT'S BODY POIND IN WATER 
N.C. COUPLE DROtiWS 
RALEIGH MAN DROVWS 

ACCIDENTS, DUWM CITY E1«>LQYEES 

SEE DURfWM, N.C, CITY EiffLQYEES, ACCIDENTS 

ACCIDENTS, ELECTT?ICAL 
SEE ALSO ELECTRIC SHOCK 
CRAhE D(WNS POWER POLES; 2 GET SHOCKS 
TOJGHER PENALTY SOUNGHT ON DIM AFTER ELECTROCUTION 
DURHAM COMPANY FINED OVER DEATH 
ACCIKNT AT FORT BRAGG KILLS 1 SOLDIER, HURTS 5 
ACCIDENT AT FORT BRAGG KILLS 1 SOLDIER, HURTS 5 
RESEl«CH PARK BLAZE HURTS 2 AT NIEHS 
WAYNE MAN ELECTROCUTED 

AFTER Th€ CATASTROPWJ WARM, DEDICATED CARE FOR PATIENTS 
ELECTRICIAN IS SHOCKED BY DRILL 
MEBAI€ MAN ELECTROCUTED WHILE WELDING 
MAN ELECTROCUTED TRYING TO RESTORE POWER TO WM€ 
ELEC-miCAL SPARK BLAMED FOR INCINERATOR BLAST 

ACCIDENTS, ELEVATCMS 

STATE Ct€CKS ELEVATOR MISHAP OUTSIDE DOWNTOWN CCB BANK 
MAN KILLED IN PLUNGE DOWN ELEVATOR SHAFT 

ACCIDENTS, EXPLOSIONS 

SEE (LSQ EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
SEE ALSO NATURAL GAS 

TWO INJIMD IN EXPLOSION 

EXPLOSION RIPS RTI <WIEX 



N 
P 

S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



3/09/1987 
3/25/1987 
3/29/1987 
4/11/1987 
4/24/1987 
5/03/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/30/1987 
6/02/1987 
6/03/1987 
6/10/1987 
6/12/1987 
6/14/1987 
6/20/1987 
6/27/1987 
6/29/1987 
7/01/1987 B 
7/02/1987 C 
7/06/1987 A 
7/20/1987 C 
7/27/1987 B 
8/05/1987 C 
8/06/1987 D 
8/23/1987 C 
8/23/1987 C 
8/25/1987 A 
8/28/1987 B 
8/30/1987 C 
9/12/1987 C 
9/17/1987 B 
9/18/1987 C 
9/25/1987 C 
12/01/1987 C 
12/04/1987 B 
12/10/1987 D 
12/10/1987 C 
12/22/1987 A 



1 

12 
2 
4 
8 
3 
4 
4 
2 
2 
5 
6 



N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



1 P F M66 



4 
4 
8 
5 
7 

10 
1 
4 
2 
6 
2 
2 

16 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
8 
5 

12 

10 



H 2 6/11/1987 D 10 
H 2 9/08/1987 B 11 
H 2 9/08/1987 B 11 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 1^0 

N 080 

N C»0 

N 

BIO 

N (»0 





N 

N 

N 

N BIO 

N 080 

N BIO 

N BIO 

N 

N 





N 



H 


3 3/11/1987 C 


1 P N BIO 


H 


2 3/22/1987 C 


11 N 


H 


2 3/26/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 5/03/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 5/03/1987 C 


2 N 


S 


2 6/10/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 6/25/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 8/05/1987 C 


1 P Q K65 


S 


2 8/07/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 8/11/1987 C 


4 


S 


2 10/22/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 11/20/1987 B 


5 N 



S 2 12/01/1987 A 8 N 
H 2 12/05/1987 B 4 N 



2 1/09/1987 C 6 
2 3/10/1987 A 1 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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EXPLOSION HURTS 2 IN RTI LAB AW€X 

RTI BLAST VICTIM RELEASED 

SmC< COUNTY mi HURT IN EXPLOSIM^ 

Hffl€MADE ROCKET INJURES TUO l£N 

BURNS FROM EXPLOSION KILL SURRY COIKTY MAN 

EXPLOSION, FIRE DESTROY SCHOOL IN BURKE COMY 

EXPLOSION aiTS JWIOR HIGH IN MCKGANTON 

FEDERAL AGENTS ARE CALLED IN TO PROBE SCH30L EXPLOSION 

AUTHORITIES SAY EVUQJCE INDICATES GAS EXPLOSION lESTROYED SCHOOL 

STUDENT COfFESSES OPENING GAS VALVE THAT CAUSED BLAST 

STUDENT BURNED IN GAS PUI«> EXPLOSION 

A-YEAR-OH DIES AS BOAT EXPLODES 

BEAUFORT COJNTY BOY, 4, KILLED AS BOAT EXPLODES AT MARINA 

TUO TEENS WJRT AS OIL EXFIOKS 

1 KILLO AS GAS TANKER EXPLODES 
PROPANE TANK BLAST KILLS MAN 

m>E£ INJURED AT CAfff' LEJEUNE WHEN CIVIL WAR CANNON SHELL EXPLODES 

PlhCTOPS MAN KILLED IN CHEMICAL EXPLOSION 

TUO MEN BURNED IN BOAT EXFIOSION 

HW3E TRANSFORi€R EXPLODES, BURNS 

TRANSFORMER FIRE DAMAGES COAL PLANT 

TW) WORKERS INJURED IN FIRtFANE EXPLOSION 

WILMINGTON BLAST INOJRES 20 PEOPLE 

15 PEOPLE (€MAIN HOSPITALIZED AFTER WILMINGTON EXPLOSION 

21 TREATED AFTER PLANT EXPLOffiS 

GREENSBORO MAN KILLED IN EXPLOSION, FIRE IN SWF 

IWESTI^CRS TRYING TO FIND CAUSE OF EXPLOSION AT MAGISTRATE'S HOUSE 

MAN BURNED IN EXPLOSION 

2 ARE KILLED IN EXPLOSION 

BARN EXFIOSION NOT OWNER'S FAULT, SAYS SON 
FIRE DESTROYS APARTMENT, At*(UNITION 
FIRE FROM ACCIDENT BURNS MOBILE W)I€S 

MILL WORKER KILLED IN tCADENVILLE ^. , 

EXPLOSION KILLS EMPLOYEE AT MCADENVILLE FIBER MILL 
STORAGE TAi« EXFIODES AT CALDWELL INCI^ERATOR 
ELECTRICAL SPARK BLAMED FOR INCINERATOR BLAST 
LIGHTNING BLAMED FOR I^CI^€RATOR BLAST 
EXPLOSION BLAt€D FOR HURLEY ROAD FIRE 
UNO'S VENABLE HALL ROCKED BY EXPLOSION 

ACCIDENTS, FALLS ._„.. 

UOra<ER DIES DAY (TIER FALL AT HCBPITAL 
ROXBOM MAN DIES AFTER FALL 
FUNERAL TODAY FOR MAN KILLED BY 80-FOOT FALL 
WOMAN INJURED IN FALL FROM BRIDK 
CONSTRUCTION WORKER INJURED IN FAU 
SECRETARY FALLS TO DEATH 
JIMMIE RAY KING, 22, KILLED IN FAU ON JOB 
BILLBOARD CREIWAN FAaS TO HIS DEATH 
MONROE MAN CRITICALLY INJURED IN FALL 
MONROE MAN INJURED IN FALL ^ . , ., „,„^ ,w^tt*, 
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FINED FOR FATAL FALL AT DUKE HOSPITAL 
AHACKED BY A SIDEWALK „ ^^, „ 

MEDICINE MAY CAUSE FALLS, ESPECIALLY AMONG ELDERLY 
CONSTKUCTION WORKER HURT IN 25-FOOT FAa 

FALL VICTIM'S CONDITION UFtSRADED ^. „ ^^„ 

GARLAND L. HICKS DIES FROM INJURIES IN INDUSTRIAL PLANT 

OBITliARY 

HANG GLIDER FALLS ON SPECTATORS; FIVE PECflE MRl 

DIKE TEAM STUDYING HOW FALLS AFFECT THE ELDERLY „^„ ^ 

DESPITE BREAKING NECK IN SPRING HE UAUED TO RECEIVE DIPLOMA 

16 PEOPLE HURT IN PIER COLLAPSE AT TOPSAIL BEACH 

DURHAM MAN HURT ^€LPING RESCUE PEOPLE AT TOPSAIL 

TRADITIONAl'cELEBRATIONS OF JULY FOlflRTH MARRED BY hSJiCROUS TRAGEDIES 

OFFICIALS HAVEN'T DETERMIiCD WHY PIER COLLAPSED 

ESCAPING A DISASTER 

ROXBORO MAN FALLS INTO MANHOLE 

MOM'S QUICK THINKING SAVES PINNED S(W 

CHILD REVIVED AFTER ACCIDE^fT AT LOADING DOCK 



H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 



3/11/1987 A 
3/11/1987 A 
3/12/1987 A 
3/14/1987 B 
3/14/1987 C 
3/18/1987 B 
3/18/1987 A 
3/19/1987 C 
3/20/1987 A 
4/04/1987 B 
4/22/1987 C 
4/24/1987 A 
4/25/1987 C 
4/25/1987 B 
5/19/1987 A 
5/Z7/1987 C 
6/04/1987 A 
6/11/1987 A 
6/19/1987 A 
6/24/1987 B 
6/24/1987 A 
7/29/1987 B 
8/06/1987 A 
8/07/1987 C 
8/21/1987 C 
8/25/1987 B 
8/26/1987 C 
9/14/1987 B 
9/15/1987 B 
9/15/1987 B 
9/26/1987 D 
10/09/1987 B 
11/09/1987 A 
11/10/1987 B 
11/18/1987 C 
11/20/1987 B 
11/26/1987 C 
12/12/1987 C 
12/31/1987 C 



1/07/1987 B 
1/07/1987 A 
1/08/1987 B 
1/13/1987 B 
1/21/1987 B 
3/28/1987 B 
4/09/1987 A 
4/09/1987 C 
4/17/1987 C 
4/17/1987 C 
4/28/1987 B 
5/02/1987 A 
5/06/1987 C 
5/21/1987 A 
5/22/1987 B 
5/24/1987 C 
5/25/1987 A 
5/26/1987 B 
6/02/1987 C 
6/13/1987 
7/05/1987 
7/06/1987 
7/06/1987 
7/06/1987 
7/07/1987 
7/09/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/13/1987 



1 F 

1 f 
18 

5 

2 

7 

1 F 

8 F 
15 

3 

3 

1 

c 

1 
1 

4 
17 
20 
15 

1 

3 

1 

18 
18 

3 

9 

1 

7 

8 

9 

4 

9 

1 

4 

2 

5 
10 

2 
11 



N (61 
N X17 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 080 
N 
N 
N 

N M5i 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
■ N 080 



1 

12 
2 

10 
6 
8 

14 
2 
6 
2 
1 
4 
5 

22 
1 
2 
8 

14 
6 



9 
4 
14 
1 
5 



N 





N 

N 







N 

N 

N S80 

E 

U 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 

16 P N 

1 N 

1 P N A80 

1 N 

10 N 

N 

E 

N 

N B85 

N 






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Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12y^l/1987 



SUBJECTS 



I 



> 



t 



CAR CRUSt€S ALAMMKE COUNTY MAN 

OWNERS DEFEND PIER MAINTENANCE 

MAN BADLY HURTS ARM IN ACCIDENT AT LANDFILL 

GARBAGE COLLECTOR TREATED, RELEASED 

MAYOR GETS NO SENTENCE IN PIER COLLAPSE 

LKAL HEROi MAN W3N(»ED FOR SAVING 3 DURING PIER COLLAPSE 

EVANGELIST BREAKS RIB IN FALL 

UORKER FALLS TWEE STORIES „ 

SOLDIERS SAID TO HAVE FALLEN FROI HELICWTER AT FORT BRAGG 

OLD laXS MAY POSE THREAT IN TRIANGLE 

A SHARED VISION; FRIENDS JOIN TO mj> VICTIM OF PARALYSIS 

UILLHOIT, APARTMENTS FACE LAWSUIT 

ELDERLY WOMAN FALLS, SAVED BY RIEND'S ROUTINE PHONE CALL 

MAN KILLED IN PLIM3E DOW ELEVATOR SWfT 

BOY HURT IN FALL 

FALL AT SCHOOL KILLS DUWAM THIRD-GRADER 

STATEMENT GIVES ICTAILS ON lEATH OF THIRDH3RADER 

ELDERLY MAN WR1 IN FALL AGAINST TRUCK 

ACCIDENTS, FIRE TRUCKS 

SEE Nl^ DURHAM FIRE DEPT., FIRE TRUCKS 
SEE ALSO FIRE ENGI>£S 

TEEN'S CAR HITS FIRE TRUCK 

INSPECTING DAMAGE 

cm FIRE ENGIIC, PICKUP COLLIDE AT INTERSECTION 

Cin GARBAGE PICKUP TRUCK, CAR COLLIDE 

ACCIDENTS, FIRES 
SEE ARSON, N.C. 
SEE FIRES, WJ^HAM 
SEE FIRES, N.C. 

ACCIDENTS, WHS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, HUNTING, N.C. 

SEE ACCIDENTS, SHOOTINGS 

ACCIDENTS, HALLOVEEN 
SEE ALSO HALLOWEEN 
TW) TEENS SHOT, ONE STRUCK 
15-YBtf;-0LD CWtftGED IN SHOOTINGS AT WUSMEEH PARTY 

ACCIDENTS, HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO ffi-ICOPTERS 
GREEWILLE AIR AMBllANCE CRASJCS; 3 BODIES FOUND 
fCLICOPTER CRASH KILLS 4 

mum. PILOT APPARENTLY THOUGHT CRASH SITE CLEAR 
DUKE HaiCOPTER BECOMES IWOLVED IN MINOR MISHAP 
MEDICAL HELICOPTER ACCIDENTS PROfPT BOARD INVESTIGATION 
UNC lAJRSING SCHOOL FUND N«€D IN HCWOR OF HELICOPTER CRASH VICITM 
MEMORIAL HELICOPTER SERVICE RULED SAFE 
ARMY COPTER CRASH IN GEORGIA KILLS N.C. PILOT, 3 OTHERS 
AIR AMBU-ANCE SAVES LIVES; DIKE OFFICIALS Ql£RY SAFETY 
OFFICIALS afiSTION HOSPITft.S» PUSH FOR HELICOPTER SERVICE 
OFICIALS SAY THEY ICLCOME AIR AMBULANCE INVESTIGATION 
$29 MILLION PRISON CONSTRIX:TION BILL BECMCS LAW 
SEPftOi CONTINIES FOR MISSING GYROCOPTER PILOT 
GREENSBORO MAN SOUGHT AFTER CRASH 
BODY OF GYROCOPTER PILOT PULLED FROM LAKE THOM-AHJEX 
FORT BRAGG t€LICOPTER COPILOT ONE OF SIX l€N KILLED IN CRASH 
BLACKHAW< fCLICOPTER CRASH KILLS 4 
RAIN WASHING AWAY aiES FROM FATAL HELICOPTER CRASH 
RALEIGH NATIVE WILLIAM WEEJ1S DIES IN HELICOPTER CRASH 
OiC KILLED, FIVE INJURED IN COPTER CRASH 
AIR AMBULANCES POST WC«ST YEAR 

SOLDIERS SAID TO WJE FALLEN FRW HELICOPTER AT FK^T BRAGG 
5 IN HaiCOPTER MISHAP STILL H0SPITALI2EDi CAUSE OF ACCIDENT... UMCNOWN 
N.C. NATIVE SURVIVES COPTER CRASH 
REPORT SAYS RETIREE WASN'T QUALIFIED TO FLY HELICOPTER 

ACCIDENTS, HIWTING, N.C. 



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I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 



7/19/1987 B 

7/21/1987 C 

7/22/1987 C 

7/23/1987 A 

8/28/1987 A 

9/01/1987 C 

9/08/1987 A 

9/12/1987 D 

9/28/1987 C 

10/23/1987 A 

10/26/1987 A 

10/28/1987 B 

11/16/1987 C 

12/05/1987 B 

12/10/1987 A 

12/11/1987 A 

12/19/1987 C 

12/20/1987 B 





N 

N H70 

N 

N 

U M06 

N 

N 

N 

N M06 

F ZU 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 1/19/1987 B 6 N 

S 2 9/22/1987 A 1 P P T37 

H 2 9/23/1987 C 2 N 

S 2 9/24/1987 C 1 N 



H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


11/01/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/09/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/10/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/10/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1987 A 


8 


N U80 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 


2/09/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


1 P Q W82 


S 


2 


2/14/1987 A 


1 


Q U82 


H 


1 


2/24/1987 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


3/07/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/04/1987 B 


9 


N 


S 


2 


5/04/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/18/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


8/16/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 C 


2 





H 


2 


9/27/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


9/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/29/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 12/22/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/30/1987 B 


11 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, SHMTINGS 

SEE ALSO HUNTING StfETY 
HIMEF FOIMI DEAD, 2 STILL MISSING 
SEARCH SUSPENDED FOR Tl« HISSING f€N 
ARMY SERGEAJfT IN>AJRED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT 
'ORANGE BLAZE' LAU Cm MAKE ANTING AREAS SAFER 

MISSING WMER'S BODY FOUND __ __ ^ ^^_^ 

BULLET POSSIBLY KILLED TEEN AFTER STRIKING DEER 
DUCK HUNTER DROWNS IN LITTLE RIVER 
MAN FACES CHARGE IN HUNTER'S DEATH 

ACCIDENTS, INDUSTRIAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CONSTRICTION ,n„Tv,T,.TT>ATTru. 

SEE ALSO OCaPATION^y. SfftTt AND t€rt.TH ADMINISTRATION 

M. wIM ^Jt>£ASTERN industrial REHABILITATIfflJ INSTITUTE 
APPEAL COULD SET PRECEDENT FOR EMPLOYEES SUI1« BOSSES 
GARBAGE COLLECTOR TREATO, RELEASED 

ACCIDENTS, JEJS, N.C. (MILITARY JETS) 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPUWES, N.C. 
SEE ^a) AIRftAfCS, MILITARY 
SEE ALSO F-4 PHANTOM JET FIGHTERS 
SEE ALSO HARRIER JETS 
SEE ALSO wETS 
W£ KILLED, fflC MISSING IN MARIfE PLAfC CRA31 

NAw''xf^CRASt£S AT BOMBING RAN(£, KILLING TWO Cra*€N 

NAVY XT CRASHES 

TWO DIE IN JET CRASH 

MARIfC WORRIER JET RUNS OFF SIDE OF RWWAY 

MARINE WARIER JET CRASHES IN FIELD 

VX> AIRJCN KILLED IN HARRIER CRASH 

AIR FORCE JET CRASffiS IN DARE COJNTY 

RESCUE TEAMS m TRACTORS REACH SITE OF JET CRASH 

BODIES OF JET CREIWEN FOMI IN SUA* 

ACCIDENTS, XrS, U.S. (MILITARY JEJS) 
SEE ALSO AIRPLAfCS, MILITARY 
SEE ALSO HARRIER XTS „ 

NAVY PU*€ Wm AT B0MBIW3 RANGE ^^^ 

3 DIE; N.C. CREWIAN SAFE AFTER CXO. BOMBER CRASH 

3 SURVIVE CRASH OF B-IB BffllBER 

B-IB ((CARTOON) 

MILITARY NEEDS REVIEU OF AVIATION TRAINING 

B-IB CRASH WAS NO JOKE 

CART(X)N WAS DISTASTEFUL 

D(»<'T CCMPaJND TW«5EDY _ , ^^,^, 

DRIVER ELLIOn UNINJUO IN PUVC COLLISION 

ACCIDENTS, LiarmiNG 

IKMAN REMAINS PARALYZO MONTHS AFTER LIGHTNING STRJCK 

CLEARING Tf£ RECORD 

LIGHTNING KILLS MAN IN UEAVERVILLE 

FIRE DAMAGES NEWSPAPER OFFICES IN WASHINGTON, N.C. 

LIGHTNING STRIKES 3 DAVIDSON TEENS DURING WEEK 

LIGHTNING BLACKS (WT FRANKLIN SHERIFF'S DEPARTitNT 

FOUR VISITORS AT STATE PARK IN.y<ED BY LIWTNING 

LI&TTNING NETWORK TO PREDICT STRIKES FOR PROTECTION 

LIa^TNING BLAi€D FOR INCII€RATOR BLAST 

ACCIDENTS, MOTORCYCLE 

SEE ALSO MOTORCYCLE DEATHS 
F(WARE: MOTORCYCLE DEATHS _ „ „,.r^ 
JJRY DEADLOCKS ON f€GLIGENCE OF POLICE CHIEF 
TW FROM DURHAM INJURED IN ACCIIENT 
WRECK VICTIM IS 'SERIOUS' ^ ^^^ 

WOMAN CONVICTED Cf t£ATH-BY-VEHICLE CHAR(X 

WOMAN TO PAY $500,000 RESTITUTION IN FATAL kRECK 



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S 




I T 


N 
P 


E ELY 
D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/15/1987 D 
2 1/16/1987 A 
2 10/27/1987 B 
2 11/03/1987 C 
2 11/27/1987 B 
2 11/29/1987 B 

1 12/01/1987 C 

2 12/10/1987 B 


5 
15 
5 
4 
4 
4 
3 
2 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



2 2/16/1987 B 9 N 
2 7/23/1987 A 13 N 



H 


2 1/20/1987 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 1/20/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 5/22/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 6/19/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 6/20/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 7/25/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 8/13/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 8/14/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/10/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 5/21/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 9/29/1987 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 9/29/1987 A 


6 M N 


H 


2 10/03/1987 A 


4 T T 


S 


2 10/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/12/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/12/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/23/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/25/1987 D 


1 


» N 


H 


2 1/12/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 5/11/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 6/20/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 7/16/1987 D 


12 


N 


H 


2 7/27/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 8/03/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/09/1987 A 


15 


N 


S 


2 10/15/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/26/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 4/15/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 4/21/1987 A 


7 


N 


H 


2 4/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 4/22/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 5/14/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/15/1987 A 


11 


N 



C50 



S82 



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1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12A51/1987 



S U B J 



MOTORCYCLIST INJURED IN SKID 

UNC SURGEON, SAFETY EXPERT UR<X CAUTION ON MOTORCYCLES 

MOTORCYCLE RIDER INJURED IN l«ECK 

Y01M3 f«)TCK«:YCLIST RUNS INTO TRUCK 

MOTORCYCLIST IS KILLED IN COLLISION 

•CYCLE INJURIES' PAIN, COST QNGER 

BUS CARRYING GEORGE JO^ES FAT^ILY INJURES MOTORCYCLIST 

MOTORCYCLIST WRJ IN WRECK 

HILLSBOROUGH MAN HURT ON MOTORCYCLE 

CYCLIST 'SERIOUS' WTER FRIDAY WRECK 

DURHW1 MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT KIUS MAN 

MOTORCYCLE HITS POLE, KIUING DRIVER 

ACCIDEKTS, Nl£LEAR _,„„ 

SEE NUCLEAR PLAKTS, INTERNATIOJWL, ACCIDENTS 

SEE NUCLEAR PLANTS, N.C. AND S.C, ACCIDEMTS 

SEE mJCLEAR PLA^fTS, U.S., ACCIDENTS 

ACCIIOrrS, PARACmTES 

HEROISM IN THE SKIES 

ACCIDENTS, POISONINGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE _,^, ^^^^ ^,^ 
SEE M.SO DUKE UNIV. MEDICO. CENTER, POISON CONTROL CENTER 
SEE ALSO FOOD POISONING 
SEE ALSO LEAD POISONING 
SEE ALSO POISONINGS, DURHAM 

SEE M.SO POISONINGS, N.C. __ ^ 

POISON - A DANGER FCK THE ELDERLYt ACCIDEKTS CAN tWPEN... 

ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 
SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SEE ALSO SCTOO. BUSES 
TRAIN HITS SCHOOL BUS; NO SERIOUS INJURIES 

14 INJW?ED IN ALAMANCE SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT 
18 STUDENTS INJURED IN SCHC»L BUS l«ECKS 

16 PEIFLE INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS COLLISION IN CHARLOTTE 
5 GASTON COUNTY STUDENTS HURT IN WRECK 

15 INJURED IN TRUCK-BUS l«ECK 

TWO l€N KILLED, 11 STUDENTS HURT IN WRECK 

RECALL SOUGHT OF HIGH POINT SCWWL BUSES 

GROIF SEEKS RECAa OF BUSES 

SCHOOL BUS, AUTO dRECK LEA^^S AT LEAST 12 t*JRT 

PERSON COUNTY SCHOOL KJS OVERTURNS 

GLOVER*. DURHAM SCmJL BUSES SAFE 

TRtMPERS CJtCKING SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

POLICE CHARGE BUS DRIVER WITH HIT AND RUN IN WRECK 

Pffl-ICE TO FOCUS ON SCHOOL ZONES, DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS 

7 INJURED IN SCHOOL BUS ACCIICNT 

4 INJURED IN GRIRON BUS CRASH 

SCHOOL BUS RUMH^S INTO LIVING ROOM 

SCHOOL BUS LEAVES REAR WJ€ELS BEHIND 

STUDENTS OK (^TER WRECK ON CORNUALLIS 

STUDENTS ESCAPE INJUJY IN CRASH 

AMBULANCE WORKERS, PATIENT HURT IN COLLISION 

CAR HITS SCHOOL BUS AND T1€N CATCHES FIRE 

16 WJRT IN N.C. SCHOOL BUS WRECK 

VAN AND SCHOa BUS COLLIDE IN RANDOLPH; 17 PEOPLE HURT 

29 GRANVILLE STUDENTS HURT IN BUS COUISION 

STUDENTS IN BUS WRECK RELEASED 

CLEAN UP 

MOST STUDENTS IN BUS ACCIDENT ISTURN TO SCHOOL 

BRUNSWICK SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CmRGED WITH DUI AFTER CRASH 

STUreNT SCHCa BUS DRIVERS CAN'T BE 'COOL' 



ACCIDEMTS, SHOOTINGS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, HIMING, 

SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, WfUm 

SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, N.C. 

SEE M.SO SHOOTINGS, U.S. 



N.C. 



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I T 


N 


E 


E 




LY 


P 


D 


—DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 C 


9 


N U80 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 


7/14/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


7/20/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/18/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


8/30/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


8/31/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


9/24/1987 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


9/^/1987 C 


2 


N 



H 2 5/01/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 3/14/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 

H 1 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 



3/01/1987 C 

3/06/1987 B 

3/20/1987 A 

3/28/1987 

4/18/1987 

5/12/1987 

5/12/1987 

6/02/1987 

6/03/1987 

6/06/1987 B 

6/10/1987 C 

6/25/1987 A 

7/24/1987 A 

9/04/1987 A 

9/09/1987 B 

9/10/1987 C 

9/12/1987 A 

9/17/1987 A 

9/20/1987 C 

10/05/1987 A 

10/06/1987 C 

11/11/1987 B 

11/14/1987 B 

12/16/1987 A 

12/17/1987 C 

12/17/1987 A 

12/'17/1987 A 

12/17/1987 C 

12/18/1987 B 

12/19/1987 C 

12/23/1987 A 



5 
1 

14 

14 

2 

1 



3 P N 



N 
N 
N 
N 

N S92 
N 
N 
1 M N M51 

10 P N 

11 N 
20 P N 



16 P P 
1 N 

3 N 

4 E 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N T33 

N H70 



-a630- 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/51/1987 



Y S U B J E 



CARY imW KILLED BY GUNSHOT 

PERSON m ^«?T IN FIREARM ACCIKNT 

Miii#( IS CHARGEIi yiTH SHOOTING 8-YEAR-OLD BOY 

YOUTH DIES FROM G^ WOl^ffi 

RQXBORO RESIDENT W)LWI£D W^O PISTX FALLS 

SUITFILED OVER MXIICNTAL SHOOTING OF BOY IN fOAJC 

SHOT WOlMiS OFFICER IN LEG 

KATH OF TEEN-AGER JiST TRAGIC ACCIICNT 

F«.ICE SAY THIEF KEPT RETURNING TO APART^NT 

CHANGE OFFICERS LCCK FOR f-AN SHOT IN LEG 

lO-YEAR-OJ KILLED IN ACCIDENTAL SHMTING 

GRAWILLE SHOOTING RULED ACCIICNTAL 

RIFLE BULLET FIRED AT DOG KILLS GIRL 

filW RRf'JGS TRAGIC t£ATH 

STATE OFFICIAL SEES PROBLEMS DEVELOPING FIRING R/WKS 

PAPER CARRIER SHOOTS HIMSELF ACCIDENTAaY WITH HANDGW 

SHfMTING INVESTIGATED IN ROXBCKO 

YOUTH PLAYING WITH RIFLE KILLS BROT>£R 

11-YEAR-OLD CARY YOUT>H ACCIDENTALLY SHOT TO DEATH 

BOY SW)T IN FOOT AT HOLTON SO«0L 

DAVIDSON SHOJTING DEATH CALLED ACCIIENTAL „„„„,^ 

BUllET NAF:ROtJLY MISSES GIFL CELEBRATING 14THBIRTHDAY 

BULLET POSSIH.Y KILLED TEEN AFTER STRIKING DEER 

IREieJ. COUNTY mi KILLED IN STRUSII 

^^^diL'^^^FfKAlSs?^ IN ^IICNTAL S«»TING AT HOLTON... 
MAN FACES CHARffi IN WMER'S DEATH 

ACCIIENTS, SPACE SHUTTLE 
SEE I^SO SPACE SHUTTLE 
EXPOSE SHUTTLE SETTLEMENTS 
DIKE PRCf RAPS SHUTTLE PRCCRi^ 
MANY l€MORIALS WB«R DEAD ASTRWWUTS 
WHITE STILL DOUBTS SPACE FR^<=^,, ,,_^ ^,, , „,,_„ 

FW1ILY. FRIENDS COPE WITH LOSS YEAR («TER CHALLENGER „ ^ ^ 

ShK PILOT RdSbERED AS fCRO AT MEMORIAL SERVICE IN BEAUFWT 
ASTRONAUT'S WIDOW COPING WITH TRAGEDY WITH -HKCSTY...' 

S^^Ke^^U FILES ,1.5 BiaiON SUIT 
SETTLDCNT REAO€D IN ASTRONAUT'S ICATH 
NAVAL RESERVE PLACES HI»^ PRICE ON AUARD 
[£ADLIh€ HAS HOU^ W(»KING INTO NIGHT 

ACCIDENTS, SPORTS 

SEE SPORTS, INJIKIES 

ACCIIENTS, SUIfSIING „ ^^^,^^ 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DRCB.WING, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DRCfciNING, U.S. 
ACCIDENT PREVENTION BEST 

ACCIICfTS, SUIWING POOLS 

SEE ALSO ACCirOfTS, DROWING, mJRKAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, ItRCWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DRONING, U.S. 

^^TCEN"i!^CRITIML^CONDITION AFTER fCARLY DROWNING IN POOL 
YOUTH FOUND IN MOTa POO. DIES AT DLB<E 
TEEN FOlMi IN SUK^ING POOL DIES 
GIRL fCARLY DROWNS IN PARXyOOD POL 
7-YEAR-aii RECOVERING AFTER r£ARLY DROWING 
CPR TRAINING SAVES LIVES 
BOY, 4, DRCUNS IN NEIGHBOR'S POOL 
DROWNING IN CHAPEL HILL SPARKS RACIIii. ISa£S 
C01M;IL ENDORSES FLm FOR IMPROVING CE)€TERY 

ACCIDENTS, WPCmH 

TRACTOR 0VERT15WS, KILLS MAN 
FRWW.IN COUNTY MAN BRCMNS IN POND 



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5 


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2 1/26/1987 B 


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3 2/03/1987 C 


3 


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2 4/01/1987 A 


13 


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2 4/12/1987 C 


1 


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S 


2 4/15/1987 A 


4 


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2 5/19/1987 C 


3 


H 080 


H 


2 5/25/1987 B 


2 


N 080 


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2 6/03/1987 C 


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2 6/04/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 6/06/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 6/09/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 6/17/1987 C 


13 


N 


s 


2 9/08/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 C 


2 


N 


s 


2 11/12/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 11/13/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


2 11/21/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/26/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/30/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 12/01/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 12/08/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 1/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 1/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/27/1987 B 


3 P N 


s 


2 1/28/1987 A 


1 


N L90 


S 


2 1/28/1987 C 


13 


N 


H 


2 1/29/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 1/29/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


2 2/25/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 5/07/1987 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 5/18/1987 B 


1 


P N 


S 


2 5/23/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 5/28/1987 D 


5 


N 



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H 2 9/04/1987 A 4 L 



H 


2 6/23/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 6/23/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/24/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 8/13/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 8/14/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 8/26/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 8/30/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 9/12/1987 C 




N BIO 


H 


3 10/13/1987 B 




N U2(' 


H 


2 5/23/1987 A 


10 





H 


2 6/10/1987 C 


b 


N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



DRIVER OF TRACTOR CHARGED WITH DUI AFTER ACCIDENT 
UNION RIDGE FMOCR DIES IN ACCIDENT 

ACCIDENTS, TRACTOR-TRAIUR 
SEE ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 

SEE fLSO PROPANE 

SEE ALSO RAILROAD CROSSINGS 

T>«EE FREian" CARS DERAIL IN VANCE 

TRAIN HITS SOWOL BUS; NO SERIOUS INJURIES 

MAN STRUCK BY TRAIN 

TRAIN HITS TRUCK, KILLING SPENCER MAN 

EVACl£ES RETURN TO QJ1 CITY HOMES 

CHEMICALS (CARTOON) 

SULFURIC ACID REMOVED FROM DERAILED TANKER CARS 

CREUS CONTINUE WORKING TO CLEAR DERAILED FREIGHT CARS 

BIZARRE INCIDENTS KILL GARhER fWN, INJJRE OTHER PERSW 

DEATH, INJURIES FOaOU AMTPAK TRAIN 

TRAIN RIWS OVER TEENS SLEEPING ON TRACK 

TRAIN KILLS CARY MAN 

CHASE H«.TED, BUT NOT TRAIN 

TRUCK-TRAIN CRASH KILLS 1, INJURES 4 

BATTLES FIRE 

SURVEYING THE DAMAGE 

TRAIN HITS, KILLS IfflMAN WCELING ON RAILROAD TRACKS 

ACCIDENTS, TRAINS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AUTO-TRAIN 
SEE ALSO PROPA^E 

MODERATION IN POLICY BETTER THAN EXTREMISM 

UHY UAS )€ DRIVING? 

IN.AJRY OF PROTESTER UNSETTLING REMINDER 

ACCIDENTS, TRUCKS 

SEE ALK) TRUCKING INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS 

UNC HIGHWAY STUDY W?GES U.S. ACTION ON TRUCK ACCIISNTS 

MAN Sl£S DRIVER FOR INJ^IES 

SUIT FILED IN FATAL ACCIDENT 

TRUCKERS CRACKDOWN CAN HELP SAVE LIVES 

TRAIN, TRUCK COLLIDE 

ACCIDENTS SNARL 1-85 TRAFHC 

TRUCK CRUNCHES POLICE CAR AFTER SPEEDING TICKET ISSUED 

TH?EE PEOPLE HJRl IN COUISKW ON I-ffi 

TRUCK OVERTURNS, FOW PERSONS WRJ 

CRITICS SAY BIG TRUCKS' LACK OF LIGHTING CAUSES ACCIDENTS 

HEAD-ON COLLISION KILLS FAYETTEVILLE MAN, WOMAN 

8,800 GALLONS OF GAKJLIfC BURNS 

STORM TAKES ITS TOLL 

DEAD TRUCKER IDENTIFIED AS N(KTH CAROLINA MAN 

DUff TRUCK BED CRUSHES DRIVER 

N.C. TRUCKER FACES CHARtXS IN VA. FATALITY 

TRACTOR-TRAILER STRIKES, KILLS DUWiM MAN 

'THE ASCENT OF MAN' (CARTOON) 

TRIKK DRIVER KILLED IN RALEIGH ACCIDENT 

DURHAM NATIVE MISSES BRIDGE AND DROWNS 

N.C. 96 CLOSED AFTER GASOLINE TANKER OVERTURNS 

WORKERS CLEANING UP N.C. 96 GASOLIhE SPILL 

DRIVER fflJ^T AS CAR FLIPS 

TRUCKING INDUSTRY RIWNING WITH SERIOUS HAZARIB, OFFICIAL SAYS 

TRAIN HITS TRIX:K, KiaiNG SPENCER MAN 

RIG OVERTURNS, DRU.'ER HJR(€D 

3 WRECKS ON 1-85 SEND 3 TO HOSPITAL 

TWEE HIRT IN WRECKS ON 1-85 

CARY WOMAN HURT AS TRACTOR-TRAILER CRASJCS INTO VAN 

DURHAM MAN INJJRED IN CAR'-TRUCK COLLISION 

TUG WAKE FOREST STUDENTS WRl IN COJ-ISION WITH TRACTOR-TRAILER 

15 INURED IN TRUCK-BUS VKECK 



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1/21/1987 
3/01/1987 
3/27/1987 
4/15/1987 
5/12/'1987 
5/13/1987 
5/13/1987 B 
5/14/1987 A 
7/20/1987 C 
7/21/1987 B 
8/10/1987 B 
9/24/1987 B 
10/05/1987 C 
10/31/1987 A 
10/31/1987 C 
11/11/1987 C 
12/08/1987 C 



1/03/1987 B 
1/06/1987 A 
1/06/1987 B 
1/08/1987 A 
1/10/1987 B 
1/14/1987 C 
1/17/1987 C 
1/17/1987 C 
1/19/1987 B 
2/01/1987 B 
2/07/1987 C 
2/17/1987 D 
2/18/1987 B 
2/25/1987 A 
3/07/1987 A 
3/09/1987 B 
3/12/1987 D 
3/14/1987 
3/27/1987 
3/29/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/04/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/13/1987 B 
4/15/1987 A 
4/20/1987 
4/22/1987 
4/23/1987 
5/01/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/09/1987 
5/12/1987 



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H 2 1/25/1987 D 4 E 
S 2 9/03/1987 A 4 E 



N U80 

N 080 

N 

E 

P M66 

N 

N M51 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

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N 

N 

T 

N 

N 

N S80 

N S80 

P T37 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 



T37 



C50 



T85 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



TW) fEN KILLED, 11 STUKNTS HW?T IN URECK 

1 KILLED AS GAS im<Eii EXPLODES 

SENATE APPROVES WIRETAPS IN DRUG INVESTIGATIWS 

PROPAfC TAM< E4-AST KILLS HAN 

PAICL TO PROBE DEATH OF N.C. AIRMAN 

DRIVER OF TRACTOR DViR-GED UITH DUI AFTER ACCIDENT 

FRAf*LIN MiW KILLED IN FIERY *£CK 

FRANKLI^n'ON HAN KILLED 

ROUGOCNT HAN FATAaY WRl UfCN PICKU' FLIPS OFF ROAD 

U.S. 70 W£CK KILLS GIRL, 2 _ 

bttJMAN TRtfftD IN CAR 45 HlhftJTES (fJU( IRECK „,„„, 

K Wra IN CAR DURING URECK REPORTED IN SATISFACTORY CWDinON 

HARIft'S BIRTHDAY ENDS UITH CRASH 

fELON-LADEN TRUa OVERTl^NS ON 1-85 

TRUCK URECK BLOCKS 1-85 

YOUNG MOTORCYCLIST RUNS INTO TRXK 

4 DIE IN N.C. AUTO-TRUCK COaiSIW 

CAR-TRUCK COLLISION KILLS FOUR ^^^^ 

OFFICERS PURa£ TT^UCK TRACTOR; 4 CARS DAMAGED 
PICKIF, aJff TRUCK CRASH; 1 KILL£D 
nUfP TT5UCK BED KILLS BUILDING FIRM 0ȣR 
•a?PmN CABLE' WmSU DOUN by passing TRUCK 
C(« HITS PARKHl TRAILER; DAMAGES W£R *20,000 
TRt£K OVERTURNS; FIEL AND FLUID LEAK 
FAUING COnON BALES HIT TRUCK. KILL DRIV^__ 
3-YEAR-OLD HIT, KILLED BY PIZZA DELIVERY TRUCK 
PIZZA DELIi.€RYICN DANGEROUS 

HIT-AND-RUN VICTIM 

UILMIfCTON TF.1£K DRIVER DIES ON INDIANA ROAD 
RAIN-SLICK ROAD SPAWS 2 ACCIDENTS ^ ^„, ^^, ,^^^ 
POLICE CWRGE BUS I^IVER UITH Hn AND RWJ IN fcRECK 
Ca±ISION KILLS 1, mJJ!>£S 12 ^ , ,„. 

2 KILLED, 12 HURT AS BUS, TRUCK, PICKIF COLQCE 
2 DIE IN FIERY SELMA CRASH 

2 ARE KILLED IN EXPLOSION 
RALEIGH MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT 
2 PEOPLE HIRT IN ACCIDENT 

INSPECTING DAMAGE _ ...^^r^r-rrm, 

CITY FIRE ENGINE, PICKIF COLLIDE AT IMTERSECTIW^^ 
TRUCK CARRYING BATTERY ACID IN URECK; U.S. 15 BLOCKED 
TRUCK OVERTURNS ^ „„™^ 

TRUCK CARRING TONS OF ASBESTOS OVERTURNS 
T>«EE KILLED IN CAR-TRXK ACCIDENT 

1 KILLED IN 15-VEHICLE N.C. PILElff' „ , ,_ 
18-VEHICLE ACCIDENT Kj^fO ON SMOKE; ȣ DRIVER KILLED 
HIT-AND-RUN CHARGES FILED 

TUO TTWCTOR-TRAILERS COLLIDE ON 1-85 

DURHAM ICMAN SUES GREENSBO^J 

FIRE FROM i^IDENT BURNS MOBILE WJMES 

TOBACCO TIE-UP ON HKMJAY 15-501 

PICKTP TRl£K HITS DEPUTY'S HOME IN ALAMANCE 

FALLING TOBACCO HITS CAR „..,^„ , -n-^u 

4 DIE Ut£N TKUCK HITS BUS CARRYIM3 BASKETBALL TEAM 

2 HURT IN DURHAM l*f CK 

2 TR-UCKS CO-LIDE ON 1-35 ^^^^ ^„ , ^„ 

Tfff£E PEOPLE SLIGHTLY INJURED AS CAR, PICKUP COaiDE 

TRUCK ROaS INTO POLE, CUTS POWER 

GARBA(£ TRUCK URECKS _ _„ ^^„ 

TROOPER KJCKS AS TOP PEELED OFF PATT«a. CAR 

TOP FUELED or PATROL CRUISER 

SOLDIER KILLED, ANOTHER HURT IN CRASH 

TRUCK-TRAIN CRASH KILLS 1, INOJRES 4 

BATTLES FIRE 

TRUCK DRIVER KILLED ^ ^^^ T^Trrvv-r-TTn., 

AMBUbVCE, TRUCK COLLIDE AT U.S. 15-501 INTERSECTION 

MAN KILLED ON INTERSTATE 40 

CWfB. HILL MAN KILLED CROSSING 1-40 

MAN KILLED ON INTERSTATE 40 IIENTIFIED 

FATAL WUCX. URECK 



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3 P N 


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2 5/19/1987 A 


1 N 




H 


2 5/21/1987 A 


22 N J 


i 


H 


2 5/27/1987 C 


4 H 1 


1 


S 


2 6/01/1987 C 


3 N 1 


1 


H 


1 6/11/1987 B 


1 N 1 


1 


H 


2 6/12/1987 C 


6 N " 


f 


H 


2 6/24/1987 B 


8 N 




8 


2 6/24/1987 A 


1 P P M66 




H 


2 6/28/1987 C 


2 




S 


2 6/30/1987 A 


11 N 




H 


2 7/09/1987 C 


7 P N 




S 


2 7/09/1987 A 


14 N 




H 


2 7/09/1987 D 


5 N 




H 


2 7/13/1987 B 


6 N 




H 


2 7/14/1987 C 


2 N 




S 


2 7/14/1987 A 


11 N 




S 


2 7/16/1987 A 


2 N 




H 


2 7/17/1987 A 


14 N 




H 


1 7/18/1987 C 


1 N H60 




H 


2 7/29/1987 A 


10 N 




H 


2 7/30/1987 A 


14 N 




H 


2 7/31/1987 C 


10 N 080 




H 


2 8/02/1987 B 


7 N 




S 


2 8/04/1987 C 


1 N 




H 


2 8/08/1987 B 


4 N 




H 


2 8/22/1987 D 


5 




H 


2 8/28/1987 A 


4 L 




H 


2 8/28/1987 C 


12 P P K30 




H 


2 8/29/1987 C 


4 N 




S 


2 8/31/1987 C 


1 N E53 




S 


2 9/04/1987 A 


7 N 




S 


2 9/08/1987 A 


1 N 




H 


2 9/09/1987 A 


10 N 




S 


2 9/14/1987 A 


1 P N 




H 


2 9/15/1987 B 


8 N 




H 


2 9/16/1987 C 


2 




H 


2 9/22/1987 C 


7 N 




s 


2 9/22/1987 A 


1 P P T37 




H 


2 9/23/1987 C 


2 N 




H 


2 9/24/1987 B 


8 N 




S 


2 9/29/1987 A 


3 N 




H 


2 9/30/1987 D 


6 P N 




H 


2 10/03/1987 D 


4 N 




S 


2 10/06/1987 A 


1 N 




H 


2 10/07/1987 B 


5 P N 




H 


2 10/07/1987 C 


2 N 




H 


1 10/07/1987 C 


1 N 




S 


2 10/07/1987 C 


1 N 




H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


9 N 




H 


2 10/10/1987 A 


1 P P L38 




H 


1 10/13/1987 B 


1 N 




S 


2 10/13/1987 C 


3 N 




S 


2 10/20/1987 A 


1 N 




S 


2 10/21/1987 A 


1 N B53 




H 


2 10/22/1987 A 


17 N 




H 


2 10/23/1987 C 


5 P N U62 




S 


2 10/23/1987 C 


1 N U82 




H 


2 10/28/1987 C 


3 N 




H 


2 10/29/1987 D 


6 N 




H 


1 10/29/1987 B 


1 P P 




H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


6 N 




H 


2 10/31/1987 A 


1 P N 




S 


2 10/31/1987 C 


2 P P 




H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


2 N 




H 


2 11/07/1987 A 


8 N 




H 


2 11/10/1987 C 


2 N 




S 


2 11/10/1987 C 


1 N 




H 


2 11/11/1987 C 


2 N 1 


H 


2 11/16/1987 C 


3 N 


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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



N.C. li»?ECKS KILL 14 

200 EVACUATED NEAR TANKER W5ECK 

TANhlR CLIPS AFO RESIDENCE; NO ONE IHJURES 

4 HOSPITALIZED AFTER TRUCK, CAR COLLISION 

URECK yiCTIM STILL IN HOSPITAL 

TRUCK DRIVER INJURED IN 1-40 URECK 

MARINE KILLED IN CAR-TRUCK CRASH 

1,200 CUSTOMERS LOSE ELECTRICITY 

DRIVER OF TRUCK CHARGED IN THREE URECK FATALITIES 

OVERTURNED TRUCK BLOCKS INTERSTATE 

PROPANE E^ERGENCY STOPS 1-85 TRAFFIC 

ELDERLY tWN t*^T IN FAa AGAINST TRUCK 

2-)10NTH-OLD CHILD KILLED, 10 HURT IN l*£CK ON BRIDGE 

WRECKS SLOU 1-85 TRAFFIC 

FOUR HWT AS TRUCK, TW) CARS URECK 

ACCIDE^fTS, VANS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO VANS 
UNXCUPIED VWI BACKS INTO CREEK 
VAN ROLLS INTO CREEK 
HENDERSON IMMAN DIES IN CRASH 

POTENT HEROIN CREATES OUTBREAK OF MEDICAL EMER(£NCIES IN DURHAM 
POLICE WERE UAR)€D BAD ICROIN WAS SOLD 

ACCIDENTS, VANS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO VWIS 
CARY WOMAN HJRT AS TRACTOR-TRAILER CRASHES IMTO VAN 
16 ARE INJURED IN HJS ACCIDENT 

ACCOUNTANTS 

SEE CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
SEE N.C, ACCOJNTING l€THODS 

ACCUTRACKER 

EXPERT HELPS UNIVERSITIES PURSUE PATENTS Oi INVENTIONS 

ACID FCS3 

^E ALSO FOG „ 

N.C. RESEARCfCRS TRY TO LINK ACID RAIN TO PLANT DAMAIX 
SCIENTISTS STUDY EFFECTS OF ACID AEROSOLS 

ACID RAIN 

^E ALSO AIR POaUTION 

see also canadian coalition on acid rain 
see also raihfall, n.c. 
see also rai(«^all, u.s. 

smokies' acid rain harm is questiofo 

environicntal resources, opportunities draw defense fund... 

get tough on acid rain 

press takes bounce out of reagan's step 

mulroney, i'm sure ojr alliance can survive... acid rain...? (cartoon) 

an overdie cowitment 

acid rainj an executioner 

duke forest is site of acid-rain study 

studies indicate acid rain has mixed effects on crops 

protecting n,c. forests against pollution 

n.c. researchers try to link acid rain to plant damage 

conference to get latest on acid rain 

scientists study effects of acid aerosas 

study: acid mist affects breathing 

CANADIAN sees HOPE FOR U.S. CLEANING UP AIR 
T>£ DESTRUCTION OF MOUNT MITCtCLL'S FOSST 
EPA PRESSES ON UITW ACID-RAIN STUDY 

ACKLAND ART CENTER 

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

AaOVATE 

SEE ALSO DRUGS 
SEE ALSO GLAXO INC. 



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11/16/1987 C 
11/27/1987 B 
12/01/1987 C 
12/06/1987 B 
12/07/1987 C 
12/16/1987 
12/16/1987 
12/16/1987 
12/17/1987 
12/18/1987 
12/19/1987 
12/20/1987 B 
12/24/1987 B 
12/28/1987 B 
12/29/1987 C 



2 3/25/1987 B 2 

2 3/25/1987 C 5 

2 8/06/1987 C 2 

2 8/21/1987 A 1 

2 8/21/1987 A 1 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N B53 

P L38 

N 

N BIO 

N 

N 



N 
N 
N 

N A54 
N M06 



2 5/01/1987 C 
2 10/13/1987 C 



7 N 080 
4 N 



H 2 12/14/1987 C 1 N M17 



2 8/11/1987 A 
2 10/20/1987 C 



10 
1 



N 
N M97 



S 


2 1/05/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 2/13/1987 B 


3 


N M97 


H 


2 3/26/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/07/1987 A 


1 


V H49 


H 


2 4/07/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 4/09/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 4/16/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 6/29/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


3 7/17/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/04/1987 A 


10 P N C40 


S 


2 8/11/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 9/24/1987 B 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 10/21/1987 B 


5 


N R80 


H 


2 10/22/1987 B 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 11/03/1987 B 


1 D F P30 


S 


2 12/05/1987 A 


1 


N U82 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



(XAXO OTERS DRUG FOR SKIN PROBLEMS 

AOW USA, INC. ^ 

ITAUANS KJY EX-URISfT CO. 

ACORN RESTALIRANT „ 

ACORN RESTAURANT CHANGES WMB 
ACORN RESTAURANT CHANGES OUfERS, SPECIALTIES 

ACQUIRED imM DEFICIENCY SYNIROME 
SEE ALSO AIDS RELATED COMPLEX 
SEE ALSO ATT (AZIDOTHYMIfC) 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, AIDS 

m ^^ IWS^i'^^SO NAHES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES, 

SEE ALSO DUKE W<IV. MEDICAL CEKTER, AIES RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DURWlM CITY SCHOOLS, AIDS 

SEE ALSO imM. SYSTEM 

SEE ALSO fWTIONAL AIDS HOTLIfC _„ „^ 

SEE ALSO N.C. LESBIAN AND GAY t€ALTH PROJECT 

SEE ALSO RETROVIR 

SEE ALSO SAFE SEX 

SEE ALSO SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES 

COMPANY ADDING SHIFTS TO MAKE AIDS DRUG 

OBSERVE BLOOD DONOR MONTH 

IM(*JNOL0GISTS GAT}€RING IN DUgf^_ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^ 

INSTRUCTION ABOJT AIDS TO BE mJLLED FOR SCHOOLS 

RP RESEARCHER STUMBLES Uf^ AIDS DRUG 

FEDERAL PW£L UR-GES APPROVAL OF AIDS DRUG 

PUH.IC MISCONCEPTIONS HINDER AIDS PROGRAM 

RESEARCf€RS CONTItWE STUDIES ON AIDS DRUG 

MORAL LESSOR ON AIDS 

BURROUGHS' AIK DRUG HAS RIVAL 

AH (V^Y GET COMPETITION 

Tt£ BLESSED ^€RESY 

SECULAR AFRICA 

EDITORIAL MAS BIASED 

AIDS FACTS, RISKS TO BE AIRED 

EDITKRIAL ARajICNT FAILED 

ADDING TO STUPIDin? „ 

CONFERENCE ON AIDS SET IN GREENSBORO 

A DETERRENCE TO AIDS 

SCAPEK3ATING HOMOSEXUALS 

RHETCKIC, LOGIC AUFU. ^_^ ^^„ ^^_, 

UNC COfTEREfCE FXUS IS O^ OTHER AIDS ISSUES 

f€ALTH OFFICIALS SAY AIDS ^ftJST BE TAUGHT IN SCt¥XLS 

STOP PREACHING MORALIH 

VIRUS IS CAUSE OF AIDS 

DIKE, UNC OBSER'v'E CONDOM WEEK 

1*0' S BACKING MAYOR? 

FLACCID REASONING ON AIDS 

MONOMANIACAL REACTIONS 

LIBERACE REVISITED 

DIKE PLANNING AIIS TESTS ON CHILDREN 

fCTEROSEXU<y.S SPREAD AIDS „ ^^^ „„„.r™ 

GOVERNORS ENDORSE SIEEPING REFORMS OF WELFARE SYSTEM 

AIDS TEST LAW rCEDED 

PA^EL AT UNC TO DISCUSS AIDS 

BLKROJGHS' DRUG FOR AIDS RENAMED „ 

OBSERVERS SAY COl^T RULING TO HIT WORKPLACE 

HIGH COSTS FOR AIDS DRW3 LIKELY _ 

BIFROUGHS' AIDS DRUG WINS FEDERAL APFmW. ^,.„„^ 

Bl^iROUaS ICLLCOME OCERS APPROVAL OF AIDS TREATICNT 

BWKJUGHS PLANS SPECIAL AH CAMPAIGN 

TIKIT SECURITY PLANNED FOR HANDLING AIDS DRUGS _„^„„ 

PE^tCTIVE: m YOU BELIEVE T>€ THREAT OF AIDS IS A DETERRENT .., 

HOUSE APPROVES COWU^m-SERVICE PAROLE BILL 

UHAT'S 'SAFE SEX''' 

BURROUGHS t£LLCO« TAKING HUGE GAMBLE 

THREATS TO HOMOSEXUALS INCREASING, SPOKESfO SAY 



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S 2 3/23/1987 C 1 N U82 



H 2 4/17/1987 A 15 N 
S 2 4/20/1987 C 2 N 



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2 


S 


2 


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2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/01/1987 B 
1/02/1987 A 
1/10/1987 B 
1/12/1987 B 
1/12/1987 A 
1/17/1987 C 
1/19/1987 B 
1/27/1987 C 
1/28/1987 A 
1/30/1987 A 
1/31/1987 B 
2/03/1987 A 
2/03/1987 A 
2/06/1987 A 
2/06/1987 B 
2/09/1987 A 
2/09/1987 
2/09/1987 
2/10/1987 
2/11/1987 
2/11/1987 
2/11/1987 
2/11/1987 
2/13/1987 
2/13/1987 
2/14/1987 
2/17/1987 
2/17/1987 
2/17/1987 
2/21/1987 
2/22/1987 
2/23/1987 



2/23/1987 B 



1 
4 
1 
1 

10 
1 
1 
1 
4 

16 
3 
4 
4 
4 
5 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
1 
4 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
6 
4 



2/25/1987 



2/25/1987 
2/28/1987 
3/05/1987 
3/11/1987 
3/20/1987 
3/21/1987 
3/23/1987 
3/24/1987 B 
3/27/1987 A 
3/28/1987 A 
3/30/1987 A 
4/01/1987 A 
4/06/1987 C 



N 

E 

N C60 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

E 

L 

L 

N 

L 

L 

N 

E 

L 

L 

N U80 

N S92 

L 

L 

N X59 

L 

L 

L 

E 

U 

L 



7 P N 

4 L 

2 N 
N 

N 685 
N C60 
N H70 
N M97 
N U82 
N M97 

13 P F S76 

14 N 
4 E 
4 E 
7 N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



HIGH COSTS OF RETROVIR CRITICIZED 

PEOPLE AT RISK FOR GEHING AIDS 

COSTS OF AIDS TREATICNT RISE 20X WITH MARKlff> 

PROF SAYS STATE SEX LAUS MAR AIDS EDUCATION 

AIDS FEAR OBSCURES OTHER SEXUAL AIUCNTS 

AIDS EDUCATION BILL FILED 

MAKER OF AZT FINDS DOUBLES SUWIVAL ODDS 

AIDS COIf ERENCE CHANGED TO ALLOW A LARGER CROUD 

STUDY SAYS I«UG DOUBLES AIDS SURVIVAL 

AIDS IRUG CUTS MEDICAL COSTS _ 

UNC RESEARCHERS TAKE ANOTHER STEP IN UORK ON AIDS 

UNUISE HUMANITARIANISM 

BURROUGHS CLARIFIES COSTS OF RETROVIR 

AIDS CASES BY STATE 

WHAT UE think: PERSON SENIOR HIGH 

AIDS CASES CONTINUE TO INCREASE IN UNITED STATES 

TEENS AMONG HIGH RISK AIDS GROUP BY 1990S 

TAKE INITIATIVE, EDUCATE YOURSELF ABOUT AIDS 

AIDS-IS IT A CURSE FROM GOD? MINISTERS SAY 'NO' 

AIDS MYTH MANIA 

EDUCATION 0I€ WAY TO STOP AIDS 

SHS STUDENTS PONKR FATE OF AIDS PATIENTS 

SUWEY SHOWS STUDENTS NOT AFRAID OF AIDS _ 

St»C AIDS PATIENTS GETTING LITTLE HELP FROM BURROUGHS DRUG 

BURRouas: an expectations too high 

BILL SUPPORTED BY VALEMT1^E HURTS D.C. INSURANCE FIRMS 
WYNGAARreNJ U.S. BEHIND IN AIDS EDUCATIC»< 

AIDS REVELATIONS CONTINUE ^, 

"REMEMKR WHEN THE MONSTERS LIVED UNDER THE BED?" (CARTOON) 

AIDS IS mi A GAY DISEASE 

STUDIES INDICATE MOSQUITOES DON'T SPREAD AIDS 

BICKERING PUT ASIDE; AIDS RESEARCH SPEEDS UP 

"LOOKING FOR MR. SAFEBAR." (CARTOON) 

INSURANCE FIRMS REQUIRE AIDS TESTS 

SEN. HELMS FILES AIDS PROTECTION BILL __ 

ALL BABIES, REGARDLESS OF RACE, SHOULD HAVE CHANCE FOR LIFE 

T« GAY LEMMINGS 

ONE WAY TO SAN FRANCISCO 

BOTH GROUPS UN^ECESSARY 

RESEARCHERS STUDY LINK BETVEEN INSECTS, AIDS 

HOMOSEXUALin - KKK 

QUIT BEING SQUEAMISH 

LAWMAKERS STEP INTO TEACHERS' DOMAIN WITH AIDS BILL 

CfflftllTTEE APPROVES AIDS EDUCATKW BILL 

DURHAM POLICE OK AIDS SAFEGUARDS 

BE A HOT-BLOODED TWO-TIMER 

JUDGfENT IS FUZZY 

ALAMANCE, CASWELL DOCTORS TO DONATE BLOOD 

MEAN-SPIRITO EDIT0RI(!1 

VENTRILOQUIST TO TEACH TEENS ABOUT AIDS 

study: DRUG HELPING SOME AIDS PATIENTS 

RTP ORGANIZATION HAS ROLE IN AIDS INFORMAHON PROJECT 

DUKE TEAM TRAINS AGENCIES TO CARE FOR AIDS PATIENTS 

CO^FERENCE EXAMINES DOUBLE BLOW ON iCDICARE 

HOJSE ENACTS BILL ON COIWIWICABLE DISEASES 

AIDS VICTIMS' SURVIVORS FACE DISCRIMINATION 

AIDS FEARS TOP LIST IN HD«-TH SWWEY 

BURNING OUR CHILIKEN 

A NATIONAL AIDS POLICY SHOULD BE ICVELOPED 

WHAT WE THIW: DIKHAM ACADEMY 

TOLD YOU THIS AIDS SCARE WOUJ) GET OUT OF Wm\ (CARTOON) 

N.C. STOCKBROKER'S LICENSE SUSPENDED IN 'PONZI' SCHEffi 

TV STATION THAT HfitTED AIDS SHOW NOW RECONSIDERING 

AIDS IS SPREAD THROUGH BLOOD, SEfEN AND IGNORANCE. (AD) 

OtRATORS BEING RECRUITED FOR AIDS HOTLIfC 

AIDS AND CONFIDENTIAan 

ADAM i EVE MAILS FLIER ON 'SAFE-SEX' 

NElflfflLOGIST EXPLAINS AIIS' AHACKS ON NERVOUS SYSTEM 

AZT DRUG NOW AVAILABLE TO MORE VICTIMS OF AIDS 

IT'S TI^E FOR LAWS 



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N G59 


H 


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4/08/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


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4/10/1987 C 




N K65 


S 


2 


4/11/1987 C 




N M06 


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2 


4/16/1987 B 


10 


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2 


4/16/1987 C 




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H 


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4/16/1987 D 




N U80 


S 


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4/16/1987 C 




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4/17/1987 A 




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4/17/1987 C 




N U80 


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4/23/1987 A 




L 


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4/23/1987 A 




N U82 


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5/09/1987 B 


2 


u 


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5/09/1987 B 


2 


u 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


18 


N 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 A 




N W82 


S 


2 


5/15/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


5/16/1987 B 


4 P N C60 


S 


2 


5/21/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


5/30/1987 C 




N C60 


S 


2 


6/01/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


6/06/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


S 


2 


6/09/198/ A 




N H30 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


6/23/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


6/23/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


6/24/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


6/26/1987 A 




N W82 


S 


2 


6/26/1987 A 


11 


A 


H 


2 


6/29/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


7/02/1987 A 




J R53 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 A 


19 


N 


5 


2 


7/09/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


7/13/1987 A 




L 


H 


1 


7/14/1987 C 




N H60 


H 


2 


7/16/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


7/21/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


8/08/1987 A 




N M97 


S 


2 


8/10/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 C 




N C60 


H 


2 


8/12/1987 D 




N 


S 


2 


8/12/1987 A 




N B85 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 D 




N 


H 


2 


8/19/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


8/29/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


8/29/1987 B 


2P F 


H 


2 


9/03/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


9/03/1987 D 




U L41 


H 


2 


9/13/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


9/15/1987 B 




A 


H 


2 


9/15/1987 A 


12 


N R80 


H 


2 


9/16/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


9/16/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 D 




N U80 


S 


2 


9/18/1987 A 




N W82 


H 


2 


9/21/1987 A 




L 



I 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



FEARFUL CALLERS RECEIVE FACTS ON AIDS HOTLIhE 

WAIVING CO(f irCNTIALITY 

HOU DO YOU EXPLAIN AIDS? 

AIDS COMMITTEE MEMBER TO^SPE^ ,^™t«<.,ttv 

EtfWtSIZE ABSTINENCE, NOT SOFE PRWISCUITY 

WVCRE'S 'RELIGIO' AT DUKE? 

AIDS OFTEN AHACKS CENTRAL NERVOJS SYSTEM 

AIDS EDXATION A WST IN SCHOOLS— OFFICIALS 

GRANT AIMS TO SLOJ AIDS SF1SAD 

RTF FIRM WARNED ABOUT AZT PRICE 

HELMS Fl^S OVER 'LEWD' COMICS, AIDS l«^€Y 

EIlITORIAJ. WAS DISINFORMATION 

WOMEN LEARN HOU TO PROTECT AGAINST AIDS _,„^„„, 

AKATTACK SEN. tCLMS' AMENDMENT ON AIDS EDUCAHON ^__^ 

MY PLAN FOR AIDS EIHJCATIWI BY SEN. ^SSE HELMS (CARTOW) 

A PLAGl£ ON ALL THE ISMS 

PERSPECTIVE FROM NCSSM ,„, 

DU<E PHYSICIAN CONCENTRATING ON AIDS IN CHILDREN 

AIDS paiCIES CLOUI€D— EXFtRT 

BLtffiD TRANSOtSIONS SAFE _ ,^. r^r:...^s, n^-nr 

SEXUAL laiTERACY OJVO FOR TEEN PREGNWCY RATH 

H0M0PW3BES AND REALITYPHOBES 

GRANTS FOR SAFE SODOMY „™.x.«- 

KOCH BLASTS HELMS POLICY ON AIDS LITERATURE 

N(WROW-MINDEDt€SS ON AIDS .^^^ 

KILPATRICK COLUW WAS fWLICIOUS, HATEFU. 

BU^mSHS TO EXPLAIN PRICING OF AIDS IRUG TO N.Y. LEGISLATOR 

HELMS SAYS CRITICISM BY KOCH ICAN-SPIRITED 

KILPATRICK COLUMN ERIO „ „ ,„ r^^nT.r 

PO-ICY ON AIDS PASSES SCHOOL BOARD'S 1ST READING 

N.C. \JDmi TOUTING 'RESPECTABLE' CONDOMS 

COJNCIL SETS SOCIAL AGENDA 

TREAT AIDS VICTIMS FAIRLY 

36^000 ^lOiGwk AIDS; 1.5 MILLION INFECTO WITH VIRUS 

KILPATRICK SHOWS BIAS IN AIDS CQLIM;! „^,^ ..„ 

POLL SAYS PUBLIC'S PRIMARY CONCERN IS STOPPING AIDS 

OVERDRAW ENTITLEMENTS 

A BREAK FOR AIDS VICTIMS 

ALL U.S. HOUSEHOLDS UIU. GET AIDS fWILING 

MASS MAILING CAMPAIGN U«ED FOR AIDS BATTLE 

TELECONFERENCE ON AIDS 

WIK DISSEMINATION OF AIDS fCUS VITAL 

ACQUIRED WWC DEFICIENCY SYNOROiC, COSTS 

SEE ALSO f€ALTH CARE, COSTS _ ^„^t.^ 

LEGISLATOR'S SIFPCRT FUNDS TO SPEED [JP AIDS TESTING 
INSURERS ADAPT TO AIDS THREAT 
A NATIONAL AIDS PO-ICY SHOUJ) BE DEVELOPED 

ACQUIRED It«WE DEFICIENCY SYNDRWE, DURHAM CA^S 
SEE ALSO mM UNIV. fflllCAL CENTER, AIDS RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO DWWAM CITY SCHOOLS, AIDS 
KE ALSO DURHAM COWTY SCHOOLS, AIDS 

^!ss"^EN^rAii Sl^S^'cO^^fcRED AT MCKm. HOUSE, 

PEOPLE RUSHING TO GET AIDS TEST 

AIDS FEAR OBSCURES OTHER SEXUAL AIUCNTS 

CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION BACKS AIDS-TEST ORDER 

FURT}CR PROJF OF IGNORANCE 

FROM FRYING PAN TO FIRE 

CcSlSSIONERS TO CONSIDER ADDITIONS TO TREYBURN PLANT 
PM€L PROBING GAY BIAS TO POLL OTTO U.S. CITIES 
nOST TRIANGLE BUSINESSES HITHOJT POLICIES W AIDS 
WAKE, mWH MAY GET AIDS GRANT 
DtRHAM IN LINE FOR PILOT EFFORT ON AIDS VIRUS 
DWWAM SCHOOLS U0RKIM3 ON POLICY A^ AIDS 
DUWAM SCHOX SYSTEMS REF'ORT m CASES OF AIK 
FB«FU. CALLERS RECEIVE FACTS ON AIDS HOTLItt 



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H 

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1 

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2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

3 

2 

2 

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2 

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2 
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2 
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2 
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H 
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H 
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9/22/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/24/1987 
9/25/1987 
9/25/1987 
9/27/1987 
9/28/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/09/1987 _ 
10/15/1987 B 
10/22/1987 A 
10/27/1987 B 
10/29/1987 C 
11/05/1987 A 
11/05/1987 A 
11/06/1987 A 
11/11/1987 B 
11/11/1987 C 
11/12/1987 A 
11/12/1987 B 
11/17/1987 A 
11/20/1987 
11/20/1987 
11/24/1987 
11/25/1987 
11/25/1987 
11/26/1987 
12/01/1987 
12/01/1987 
12/02/1987 
12/02/1987 
12/03/1987 
12/09/1987 
12/09/1987 
12/11/1987 
12/11/1987 
12/12/1987 
12/17/1987 
12/22/1987 
12/23/1987 
12/24/1987 
12/28/1987 



1 P 
4 
4 
2 
4 
4 
1 
7 
1 
3 
5 
4 
1 
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4 T 
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11 P 
10 
4 
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1 P 
4 
5 
2 
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4 
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10 P 
4 
1 
3 
4 
4 
4 
10 
4 
7 
4 
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1 
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N C60 

L 

L 

N 

E 

E 

N 

N F55 

N W82 

N 

N 

L 

I 

N 

T 

L 

F 

N C60 

N 

L 

N P38 

L 

U 

N 

L 

L 

N 

N 

L 

N BIO 

N 

N 

L 

L 

G 

L 

N 

L 

E 

N VS2 

N 

E 

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2 8/05/1987 B 2 N 
2 8/13/1987 D 5 P N L41 
2 8/29/1987 A 4 E 



2/11/1987 A 

3/17/1987 C 

4/07/1987 B 

4/11/1987 C 

4/16/1987 

7/08/1987 

7/10/1987 

7/10/1987 

7/11/1987 

8/12/1987 

9/07/1987 

9/16/1987 

9/17/1987 

9/21/1987 

9/21/1987 

9/22/1987 



N 
N 

N G59 
N M06 
N 
L 
L 
L 

N A54 
N H70 
N L4i 
N 

N M06 

N S92 

N S92 

■ N C60 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12y^l/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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SCHOOLS TOLD TO IMPROVE AIDS POLICIES 

DUKE SHOJS RESPONSIBILITY 

TRIANGLE HAS UORLD-CLASS AIDS CO«PL£X 

DURHAM COIMY SCHML MARD TO HEAR AIDS POLICY 

AIDS TEST WON'T BE OFFERED AT FAIR 

BETHESDA GETS WORD ON SCH(ML BUILDING 

SCHOOL'S AIDS PLAN DRAWS PRAISE 

GAYS FIGHT AIDS EPIDEHIC 

CITY SCHOOLS KVISING PLAN fOR DEALING WITH DISEASES 

CITY SCHOaS STUDY AIDS GUIDELINES 

COMMITTEE TO HOLD AIDS WORKSHOP 

GAYS SPONSORING AIDS BIKE-A-THON 

71X OF DWWAM'S AIDS CASES AFFECT MIffflRITIES 

FEAR OF HOMOSEXUALITY BLOCKS AIDS EDUCATIW, OFICIALS SAY 

AGENCIES SPREAD WORD ON AIDS 

SEMINAR TO FOCUS ON EFFECT OF AIDS ON BLACK COmWITY 

SANITARIANS TO GET 'OFFICIAL' STATUS 

AIDS PROJECTS tCLP KOST RTI REVENUES 

COUNTY SCHOOLS OK AIDS, SAFETY POLICIES 

UJKE AMONG SCWOLS BIDDING FOR RENOiJN AIDS RESEARCHER 

SOCI«. SERVICES WCW'T REJECT AIDS PATIENTS 

ACQUIRED IMMUC DEFICIENCY SYNDROtC, EDUCATION 
SEE HEALTH EDUCATION 
SEE SEX EDUCATION 

ACQUIRED imWC DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, tCALTH PROFESSIONALS 
SEE ALSO EMERGENCY tCDICAL TECHNICIANS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE WORKERS 
SEE ALSO LABIKATORY TECHNICKWS 
SEE ALSO NU^S, U.S. 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. 

MEDICAL COSTS GOING UP 

DUKE TEAM TRAINS AGENCIES TO CARE FOR AIDS PATIENTS 

AIDS VICTIMS' SURVIVORS FACE DISCRIMINATICW 

PROTECT HEALTH-CARE WORKERS 

AIDS CAUSING I£NTISTS TO USE RUBBER GLOVES 

STATE DW.OYEES EYE SPECIW. PAY FOR EXPOSURE TO AIDS PATIENTS 

PERSON AGENCY SETS AIDS GUIDELIfCS 

TELECOiffERENCE ON AIDS 

ACQUIRED nWUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDRWC, INTERNATIOW^ CASES 
study: HALF COULD GET AIDS IN SOME (fRICtH CAPITALS 
RTP CO>«>ANY GIVEN $28 MILLION U.S. GR/WT FOR GLOBAL AIDS FIGHT 
GRANT AIMS TO SLOW AIDS SPREAD 
IN THE RACE AGAINST AIDS, TJ€ DISEASE IS WI^WING 

ACQUIRED im»S DEFICIENCY SYNIRWC, N.C. CASES 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL/CARRBORO SCHOOLS, AIDS 
SEE ALSO N.C. AIDS TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO ORAN(£ COMTf SCHOOLS, AIDS 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, AIDS 
SEE ALSO UINSTON-SALEM AIDS TASK FORCE 

WAKE LEADS IN AIDS CASES 

PUBLIC MISCONCEPTIONS HINDER AIDS PROSWM 

MACON COJNTY RECORDS FIRST AIDS DEATH 

AIDS SHOWING UP IN INFANTS BORN IN NORTH CAROLINA 

CHURCHES FINDING AIDS DILEWA A DIFFICULT PROBLEM TO DEAL WITH 

FEAR OF AIDS CURBING SEXWL FREEDOM 

LEGISLATIVE HEALTH ISSIES ARE OUTLINED 

BILL WOU-D REQUIRE AIDS TESTS FOR MARRIAGE LICENSE 

BILL WOUJ) 'PIGGYBACK' FEDERAL, STATE TAX FORMS 

AIDS EDUCATION PL^ TO TOUT ABSTI^©CE 

AIDS FEAR BOOST AUTOLOGOUS BLOOD DONATIONS 

EPWORTH OiS<CH ACADEMY TO EXAMIIC MINISTRY TO AIDS VICTIMS, FAMILIES 

AIDS CONFERENCE RESOCMJLED FOR APRIL 23-24 

MORALTIY IS T»€ (MY ESCAPE FROM AIDS 

PRIStX POPULATION CAP BECO^ES LAW 

FAMILY OF AIDS VICTIM USES STRAIGHT FORWARD APPROACH 

MCDONALD HOUSE FACES AIDS GftESTIONS 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



9/22/1987 A 
10/06/1987 A 
10/09/1987 A 
10/14/1987 A 
10/15/1987 A 
10/16/1987 C 
10/16/1987 A 
10/20/1987 A 
10/27/1987 C 
10/27/1987 A 
11/03/1987 A 
11/07/1987 C 
11/10/1987 A 
11/11/1987 A 
11/11/1987 C 
11/12/1987 A 
11/18/1987 C 
11/19/1987 C 
11/20/1987 C 
11/26/1987 B 
12/10/1987 A 



1 
4 

10 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 

14 
1 
1 
1 
1 

17 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 



N S92 
L 

N R80 
N S92 
N W82 
N J40 
N S92 
L 

N J40 
N S92 
N 
N 

N U82 
N M06 
N W82 
N 

N A54 
N U82 
N B53 
N 
N M06 



H 


2 7/31/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 8/10/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 8/12/1987 A 


1 


N B8S 


H 


2 8/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 8/22/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 9/05/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 9/10/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


2 12/24/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 6/09/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 A 


1 


H M97 


S 


2 10/09/1987 C 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 11/01/1987 C 


8 


N 



H 


2 


1/11/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/19/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


2/04/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/12/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/16/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


2/17/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/18/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/19/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


2/20/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


O 

i. 


2/26/1987 B 


1 P P C60 


H 


2 


2/28/1987 A 


7 


I 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 D 


9 


N U80 


H 


2 


3/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


3/16/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


3/16/1987 A 


1 


N M06 



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SUBJECTS 



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S I T 

E L Y I 

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AIDS TESTING IS INCREASING IN TRIANON ^^^^ 

VILLAGE CO^PANIES PLAN TO USE PUBLIC SERVICE ADS ON CONDOMS 

mS. AUTHORITY URGED FOR AIDS fflJARANTINES 

CCRRECTION 

SSbING AIDS PLAN GETS CONDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM SO^E N.C. DOCTtKS 

N.C. OFFICIALS SAY PENDING AIDS LAU HARD TO EWORCE 

teiTH PANELISTS OPPOSE MASS TESTING FOR AIDS 

DtKTQR OFFERS MAIN-IN BLOOD TESTS FOR AIDS 

LEGISLATORS QIESTION BILL ON TESTING F^AIK 

AIDS FaONY BILL RECEIVES HOUSE COWITTEE APPROVAL 

CONSIDERATION OF AIDS BILL EELAYED 

imt<\£ TESTING CAN FELP CONTROL AIDS 

hS C^CKS for PROSTITUTES GOTO WAY TO STOP AIDS SPREAD 

TEENS NEED AIDS FACTS, SURVEY SMDUS 

AIDS CASES EXPECTED TO STRAIN CARE SYSTEMS 

ASSEi«LY SHOllD TAKE TOUGH STAND ON AIDS 

AIDS CASES BY STATE „ .^^ 

10 AIDS-RELATED BILLS BEFORE LEGISLATURE 

MORE PEOPLE STORING BLOOD FOR OPERATIONS 

HILLSBOROJGH MAN DIED FROM WOUND TO f€AD 

AIDS RIH3RS COMPLICATE SUICIDE PROK 

RESCUE WORKERS' FEAR ABOUT AIDS WARRANTED 

HOUSE VOTES TO BAN DEATH PENALTY FOR FtOPLE IMER 17 

HOUSE PAfCL BACKS BOARD OF EDUCATION OmSES 

STATE HOUSE DEFEATS MANDATORY AIDS TEST BILLS 

TV REPORTS CREATED UNNECESSARY ALARM 

AIDS IS NOT A GAY DISEASE 

RESCIE WORK AIDS RULES ARE TIGHTENED ^^ 

LEGISLATURE fCEDS EDUCATI(») ON AIDSjJ;^^ tCMBER SAYS 

BICKERING PUT ASIDE; AIDS RESEARCH SPEEDS (^ 

AMBULANCE STAFF TAKES FI^ECAUTION AGAINST AIDS 

HOUSE AIDS BILL W^FAIR TO PR-QSTITUTES 

FEU AIDS BILLS UEATVCR DEBATE 

NO-LECTURE AIDS BILL GAINS IN STATE SENATE 

SENATE AVERTS BATTLE ON AIDS INSTRXTION 

VOTE ON AIDS INSTRUCTION DELAYED 

LAB BUILT TO PROTECT AIDS RESEARCVERS 
f\SRT)tR PROOF OF IGNORANCE 

AGREEfCNT REACHED ON AIDS EDUCATION BILL 

PLAY ABOUT AIDS, FORl^ PACKING THEATER IN CHARLOTTE 

TAR HEEL, DUMMY TEACHING STUDENTS ABOUT fCALTH 

LSC TO GET GRANT FOR AIK DRIJG WK ^„,^ 

LEGISLATORS SUPPORT FUNDS TO SPEED UP AIDS TESTING 

DU<E GROLP TR'AINING AGENCIES IN AIDS CARE 

SENATE VOTES FOR STRONGER LAWS ON CWMMCABLE DISEASES 

TESTS FOR AIDS USUALLY ACCURATE, SOMETIMES YIELD FALSE POSITIVES 

SENATt APPROVES COMMUNICABLE DI^ASE BILL ^^^,__. 

DIKE TEAM TRAINS AGENCIES TO CARE FOR AIDS PATIENTS 

HERE IS W4AT LEGISLATURE DID DURING 1987 SESSIOJ ^^^^^ 

AT RISK tCMOPHILIACS HELP LWC SCIENTISTS INAIDS RESEARCH 

EDUCATION I^PROVEMENTS EXPECTED OF N.C. BUD(£T 

COMMITTEE U^KS A TIGHTR^ _ ^^^^ ,,^^^^^ 

MAN SENTENCED FOR SLAUGHTER OF AIDS VICTIM 

AIDS CAUSING [£NTISTS TO USE RUBBER QLOJ£S 

STATE REQUESTS AIDS GRANT 

t;^ST^A^PR£JUDICE^SGISLATURE TARGETS IN WAR AGAINST AIDS__^ 

AIDS POTENTIALLY COULD WIFE OUT BLACK RACE, SAYS CONFERENCE SPEAKER 

AIDS VICTIMS STRESS 'HUMAN SIDE' 

AIDS POLICY FOR SCHOOLS WANTED 

FORSYTH BOARD ADOPTS SCHOOL-AIDS PO-ICY oattitutc 

STATE EWIOYEES EYE SPECIAL PAY FOR EXPOSURE TO AIDS PATIENTS 

STUDENT WITH AIDS Tl^O IN STRIK AT ASHEVILIE HIGH 

STATE SHOIU LIMIT RISK PAY FOR AIDS 

PERSON AGENCY SETS AIDS GUIDaiNES 

SAFE SEX IN T>€ SCH(MLS ^ 

STATE EffflQYEES CALL FOR TASK FORCE ON AIDS 

POLICEMEN DRAW CRITICISM FOR WEARING O^S 

CONFIDENTIALITY FOR AIDS PATIENTS MCTORS' DILEMMA 

WAKE, DIBHAM MAY GET AIDS GRANT 



H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 




H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


O 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


T 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 





H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


n 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


■7 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



3/20/1987 B 

3/20/1987 B 

3/21/1987 C 

3/21/1987 

3/22/1987 

4/09/1987 

4/10/1987 

4/12/1987 _ 

4/22/1987 B 

4/24/1987 A 

4/29/1987 

4/29/1987 

4/29/1987 

5/01/1987 

5/03/1987 

5/05/1987 .. 

5/09/1987 B 

5/12/1987 B 

5/12/1987 B 

5/18/1987 C 

5/19/1987 

5/22/1987 

5/22/1987 

5/23/1987 

5/27/1987 

5/28/1987 

5/28/1987 

5/29/1987 

5/31/1987 

6/01/1987 

6/04/1987 

6/05/1987 

6/18/1987 

6/19/1987 

6/23/1987 

6/24/1987 

6/27/1987 

7/08/1987 

7/08/1987 B 

7/20/1987 B 

7/20/1987 B 

8/01/1987 A 

8/05/1987 B 

8/05/1997 C 

8/06/1987 

3/06/1987 

8/07/1987 

8/10/1987 

8/15/1987 

8/16/1987 

8/16/1987 

8/17/1987 

8/20/1987 

8/22/1987 

8/22/1987 

8/25/1987 

8/30/1987 

8/30/1987 - 

8/31/1987 B 

9/02/1987 A 

9/04/1987 A 

9/05/1987 B 

9/07/1987 B 

9/08/1987 A 

9/10/1987 B 

9/11/1987 A 

9/13/1987 C 

9/13/1987 C 

9/14/1987 B 

9/16/1987 C 



C 
' A 
A 
D 
A 
A 
' A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
A 
C 
A 
A 
C 
C 
A 



1 
5 
4 
3 
3 
8 
21 
3 
3 
14 
12 
4 
4 
9 
8 
4 



1 M N 
12 N 



N L90 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N K65 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

L 

N K65 

N 

E 



12 
1 
1 
4 
14 
6 
1 
4 
4 
9 
1 
3 
1 
4 
18 
10 
11 
9 
2 
4 
i. 
8 
8 
1 
2 

4 

17 

14 

14 

10 

10 

14 

1 

4 

8 

10 

2 

4 

1 

1 

1 

13 
17 
6 
1 
4 
1 
4 
1 
6 
1 
4 



N 

N T85 

N 610 

E 

N 

N 

N 

L 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N U82 

L 

J R53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N D80 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N U80 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N S80 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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Vmva IN LIKE FOR PILOT EFFORT m AIDS VIRUS 

MARION MINISTER DIES OF AIDS 

GUILT MAKES AIDS EVEN WORSE FOR VICTIMS 

WAIVING Cl»FIDENTIALITY 

MARTIN WANTS AIDS CLASSES TO STRESS SEXUAL ABSTINENCE 

MINISTER SPOKE OPEMY OF AIDS BEFORE HIS DEATH 

AIDS mm GIVES UNC «8 MILLION FOR RESEARCH 

MOURN THE LOSS 

AIDS EDUCATION A IftJST IN SCHOOLS-OFFICIALS 

RTF COMPANY GIVEN i2B MILLION U.S. GRANT FOR GLOBAL AIDS FIGHT 

STATE AIDS TASK FtWCE CONSIDERS a«RIER RULES 

PRISON OFFICIALS SAY TESTS FIND FEW AIDS CASES 

STATE AIDS RUES PROPOSED 

HEALTH OFFICIALS WANT NAfES FROM AIDS PAHENTS 

AIDS PAJCL DEBATES IDENTIFICATION 

STATE EXPECTS MORE FOSTER CHILDREN WITH AIDS 

SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES AIDS POLICY 

AIDS CURRICILUM FOR STATE SCHOOLS PREVIEWED 

GREENSBORO MAN ACCUSED OF BITING OFFICER ENTERS PLEA 

CONSERVATIVES WANT STRONGER MORAL TOIC IN AIDS CURRICU.UM 

FEAR OF HOMOSEXUALITY BLOCKS AIDS EDUCATIW, OFFICIALS SAY 

STATE HEALTH DIRECTOR SAYS OFFICE UNDEKFUNMB FOR AIDS PROOWMS 

N.C. official: doctors SHOULD ASK AIDS VICTIMS TO NAME PARTNERS 

SCHOOLS CALLED KEY BATTLEGROUND FOR WINNING W« AGAINST AIDS 

SCHOOL WORKERS TO BE REASSIGNED IF INFECTED WITH AIDS, tCPATITIS B 

HEARINGS SET ON AIDS REGULATIONS 

AIDS TASK FORCE ISSUES GUIDELIICS 

PANEL ENDORSES NOTIFICATION RULE F(K AIDS TESTS 

PWCL CHANGES DRAFT AIDS CURRICULUM 

BOARD OF EDIOTION APPROVES AIDS CURRICULUM 

C»«ISSIONER LCWG: INSURANCE FIRMS CAN'T ASK ABOUT SEXUAL LIFESTYLE 

HEARING ON DISEASE POLICY MONDAY 

STATEWIIE TELECOhFERENCE WILL FOCUS ON AIDS 

SEX CONTACT LIST PLAN FOR AIDS VICTIMS BLASTED AT HEARING 

HOSPICES PREPARE FOR INCREASE IN AIDS PATIENTS 

NCCU PROF TO START AIDS PROGRAM FOR IfWATES 

PANEL REJECTS MANDATORY AIDS CONTACT REPORTS 

RULE GIVES (PTION ON AIDS NOTIFICATION 

SURGEONS N.C. AIDS POLICY INCOWLETE 

poll: AIDS CHILDREN IN CLASS OK 

SEARCH SHOULD BE m FOR POOR AIDS VICHMS 

N. CAROLINA HIGH ON CIA'S LIST OF STATES WITH HIGH AIDS RATES 

STUDIES SHOW 30 PERCENT OF HEMOPHILIACS INFECTED BY AIDS VIRUS WILL... 

MASS MAILING CAMPAIGN URGED FOR AIDS BATTLE 

WINSTON-SALEM TASK F(KCE DIRECTOR LEAVES FOR AIDS MB IN HBi YORK 

ACQUIRED imJtfE. EEFICIENa SYNDRWE, RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO muss, RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, AIDS RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO mm. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL AIDS RESEARCH PROJECT 

BICKERING PUT ASIDE; AIDS RESEARCH SPEEDS [P 

RESEARCHERS STUDY LINK BETWEEN INSECTS, AIDS 

BUSH PRAISES 'CAN-DO AHITUDE* 

UNC TO GET GRANT FOR AIDS DRUG WORK 

LEGISLATORS SLff^PORT FUNDS TO SPEED UP AIDS TESTING 

AT RISK HEMOPHILIACS HELP UNC SCIENTISTS IN AIDS RESEARCH 

BIKROUGHS' DRIS3 TO BE EASIER TO GET 

NEUROLOGIST EXPLAINS AIDS' AHACKS W NERVOJS SYSTEM 

DURHAM IN LIHE FOR PILOT EFFORT ON AIDS VIRUS 

UNC TO GET GRANT FOR AIDS RESEARCH 

AIDS GRANT GH^S UNC $8 MILLION FOR RESEARCH 

UNC TO STUDY AIDS' TIE TO OTHER DISEASES 

RTP COWANY GIVEN $28 MILLION U.S. GRANT FOR BLQBfiL AIDS FIGHT 

TRIANGLE HAS WORLD-CLASS AIDS COMPLEX 

GRANT AIMS TO SLOW AIDS SPREAD 

COALITION BACKS GAY RIGHTS 

IN THE RACE AGAINST AIDS, THE DISEASE IS WIHWING 

DIKE PHYSICIAN CONCENTRATING ON AIIS IN CHILDREN 

AIDS TEST PRODUCT OF ORGANON TEKNIKA 



N 
P 

S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 



-DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



9/17/1987 C 
9/19/1987 B 
9/19/1987 C 
9/23/1987 A 
9/24/1987 C 
9/27/1987 C 
10/02/1987 A 
10/02/1987 A 
10/06/1987 C 
10/09/1987 
10/26/1987 
10/28/1987 
10/28/1987 
10/29/1987 
10/31/1987 B 
10/31/1987 B 
11/03/1987 C 
11/05/1987 
11/05/1987 
11/05/1987 
11/11/1987 
11/14/1987 
11/14/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/18/1987 
11/19/1987 
12/01/1987 
12/02y'1987 
12/03/1987 B 
12/04/1987 C 
12/06/1987 B 
12/06/1987 B 
12/08/1987 A 
12/08/1987 C 
12/16/1987 B 
12/16/1987 A 
12/17/1987 
12/18/1987 
12/18/1987 
12/19/1987 
12/19/1987 
12/21/1987 
12/22/1987 
12/23/1987 
12/31/1987 



1 

5 

1 

4 

3 I 

4 

1 I 

4 

7 

1 

5 

9 
16 

6 
14 
14 

1 

1 

8 
13 

1 I 
10 

1 

4 

1 
12 

1 

3 

3 

4 

5 

7 
14 

1 

9 

1 
20 

7 

7 

1 

4 

4 

4 

1 

5 



N M06 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N C60 

L 

N F55 

N M97 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N W27 

N L90 

N 

N 

N M06 

N 

N 

N 

N W27 

N R53 

N W82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N L90 

N 

N B8S 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

U 

N 

N 

N 



s 


2 6/01/1987 A 


3 


N 


s 


2 6/26/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


s 


2 7/22/1987 C 


1 P N S92 


s 


2 8/01/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 8/05/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 8/16/1987 A 


14 


N U80 


H 


2 9/12/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 9/17/1987 D 


6 


N U80 


S 


2 9/17/1987 C 


1 


N H06 


S 


2 10/01/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


H 


2 10/02/1987 A 


1 P N C60 


S 


2 10/02/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 10/09/1987 A 


1 


N M97 


H 


2 10/09/1987 A 


10 


N R80 


S 


2 10/09/1987 C 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 10/12/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 B 


10 


N C60 


H 


2 11/16/1987 A 


1 


P N C60 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



AIDS PRCLECTS HELP BOOST RTI REVtRES _^ 

BURROUGHS TO EXPLAIN PRICING Cf AIM DRUG TO N/f. LEGiai^TGR 

MjS^INl£S EFFORTS TO GET MAJW! AIDS RESEARCH CSJTER 

DUKE AMONG SCHOOLS BIDDING FOR mmi AIDS F£SEARCV£R ^^,^.._. 

L»C SCIENTISTS THINK MILD VIRUS MAY OMRIBUTE TO AIDS IM^TIONS 

CENTER FOR AIDS RESEAROT „ ^ „, ,^,,^ 

E)€R(£NCY FlMi FOR AIDS DRIB HAS 7 (VfllCANTS „,.,.^„ 

BURROUGHS LF1 1 mMF CUTS F'RICE (F DRIX FOR AIDS BY 20 PERCENT 

fnMKSKOU 30 PERCENT OF HEMOPHILIACS INFECTED BY AIDS VIRUS UILL... 

WUOR U.S. STUDY OF EFFECTS OF AIDS IiRUG STAaS 

ACQUIRED im>£ ICFICIENCY SYNKWE, SCREENING TESTS 
SEE ALSO ELCCD TESTS 
SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PfflGRAM 

F'RISON POFtiATION CAP EECOCS LAU 

AIDS TESTING IS ItCREASING IN TRIANON 

BILL WOULD REQUIRE iABGR ȣMKR ON COWISSION 

KnG^AIDS plan GETS CONDIHONAL SIFPORT FROM SOfE N.C. WCTORS 

^TE VOTES 41-0 TO MAKE ENGLISH OFFICK^ U!»NGUAGE OF NORTH CAROUNA 

FIOPLE RUSHING TO GET AIDS TEST 

PUBLIC mLTH COffERENCE BEGINS TODAY 

^£ALT>^ PA>eUSTS OPPOSE MASS TESTING FOR AIIS 

DOCTOR OFFERS MAIN-IN BLOOD TESTS FOR AIDS 

JUDGE ORTCRS MAN TO GET TEST FOR AIDS 

CIVIL LIBERTIES [Jtiim BACKS AIDS-TEST MER 

AIDS FaONY BILL RECEIVES WWSE CC(*iITTEE APPW3VAL 

CtWSIKRATION OF AIDS BILL DELAYED 

If*(ATE TESTIMj can f€LP CCKTPOL AIDS 

HEALT>< C^€CKS FOR PROSTITUTES (MOD WAY TO STOP AIDS SPf^AD 

ASSEMBLY SHOULD TAKE T0U31 STAND ON AIDS 

TEST SHOWS EXPOSIKE TO VIRUS ^_ ..r^.rr-, 

P«€L ENKRSES AUTHORITY TO ISXATE AIDS CARRIERS 

REAC'AN SAID TO FAVOR AIDS TESTING 

STATE HOUSE DEFEATS MANDATORY AIDS TEST BILLS 

LEGISLATLTC «EDS EUJCATICN m AIDS, HOUSE «MBER SAYS 

BUSH DEFENDS FEAGAN'S STAfCE ON AIDS TESTING 

SENATE APPROVES AIDS SCREEN TEST FOR Il*!IGf^S „ ,^^ 

UIISSP^^D AIDS TESTING IS CPillD INVASION OF PRIVACY 

HOUSE AIM BILL Uff AIR TO PROSTITUTES 

F^ERSFECTIVE FROM HILLSIDE HIGH SCHOOL 

REAGAN'S AfPR'OACH ON AIDS TESTS REASONABLE 

LVSLSJANCE FIRMS RESJIRE AIDS TESTS 

SEN. ^€LMS FIL£S AIDS PROTECTION BILL 

^TH^Di^w^s casm cm test prisimrs for aids 

FEU AIDS BIUS LEATHER [£BATE 

DURHjVI SUM20N WILL HEAD (Wi ^ ^ „™^r^^T-r 

house sends bill on marital rape back to cofjiittee 

Sf^^?!.°!^2yS^' s^ctimes yield f^se f^itives 
s£)tf»te apf-roves ccmfdnicable disease bill 
inslkeps adapt to aids t>«£at ^„„.™, 

^£RE IS WHAT LEGISLATURE DID H^ING 1987 SESSION 

MOST TRIANCl^ BUSINESSES WITHOUT POLICIES ON AIDS 

mKE, DLRHAM MAY XT AIDS GRANT 

AIDS TEST KDN'T BE OFFERO AT FAIR _^ 

PRISON OFFICIALS SAY TESTS FIND FBJ AIK CA^S 

ORGANON TEKNIKA CORP. TO DISTRIBUTE AIDS KITS 

AIDS TEST FWJOXTT OF ORGANON TBNIKA 

AIDS TASK FORCE ISSLES GUIDaif€S 

PAfEL ENDORSES NOTIFICATION mS FtK AIDS TESTS 

HEAF;ING ON DISEASE POLICY MONDAY ,.,._^, 

PAf£L REJECTS MANDATORY AIDS CONTACT REPORTS 

RiJLE GIIES OPTION ON AIDS NOTIFICATItW 

f€U AIDS TEST APPROVED 

ACQUIRED VnM. DEFICIENCY SYNIROt€, U.S. CASES 
TEXAS ASKED TO PAY FOR AIDS DRUG 



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—DATE — C -PG L P BYL ' 


S 


2 11/19/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 11/25/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 11/25/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 11/26/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 11/28/1987 B 


1 N U80 


H 


2 12/04/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/11/1987 A 


16 N 


H 


2 ] 


2/15/1987 C 


1 N M97 


H 


2 1 


L2/22/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 12/28/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 B 


2 P N 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 B 


1 N L90 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


3 


3/21/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/22/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


3/23/1987 C 


1 U 


H 


2 


4/04/1987 A 


12 N 


S 


2 


4/07/1987 B 


1 P N G59 


H 


2 


4/09/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


21 N K65 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 B 


1 N S82 


S 


2 


4/16/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 A 


12 N 


S 


2 


4/29/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/29/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/05/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


5/09/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/16/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


5/22/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 B 


3 P N 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 A 


14 P N 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


6/05/1987 A 


9 P F 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 A 


5 U 


S 


n 


6/09/1987 A 


1 N ttJO 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 C 


8 N 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


20 N A54 


S 


n 


6/18/1987 C 


18 J R53 


S 


2 


6/24/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


n 


7/09/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


n 


7/09/1987 A 


1 N K70 


H 


2 


8/06/ 1987 C 


14 N 


H 


2 


8/07/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 D 


5 P N L41 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


9/07/1987 A 


1 N L41 


H 


2 


9/16/1987 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


10/15/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


10/28/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 D 


9 N 


H 


2 


11/16/1987 A 


1 P N 060 


S 


2 


12/01/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 


12/02/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 C 


20 N 


H 


2 12/18/1987 C 


7 N 


H 


1 


12/22/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 


12/09/1987 C 


4 N 



-U(630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

■ 1/01/1987 - 12/^1/1987 



N. CAROLINA HIGH ON CIA'S LIST OF STATES WITH HIGH AIDS RATES 

ACTING CO. 

THE ACTING COWANY IMPRESSIVE IN 'GUIUO AGE' 

ACTION AGAINST APARTHEID 
SEE ALSO APARTHEID 
SEE ALSO SOUTH ^fRICA 
SEE ALSO l*tIV. (F N.C. ANTI-APARTTCID SUPPORT GROUP 

AWTI-APARTHEID SPAWNS 2ND GROF AT UNC 

STUDENTS SET VIGIL TO PROTEST APARTHEID 

SEVEN BEGIN ANTI-APART>£ID VIGIL AT [»C 

RADICAL CHIC CHANGES: MCKI^aJEY MAKES ^E« UAVES 

BOARD'S VOTE ANGERS mi PROTEST GRtXJP 

WC BUYING BAN REJECTED; TRUSTEE PONDERS QUIHING 

ANTI-APARTWID GROUP AT UNC IS SOLICITING SIGNATURES OF FACULTY 

100 IWC FACU.TY IME AFRICAN INVESTMENT MEET 

ENDOWMENT BOARD MOCK fCETING SCHEDULED TODAY 

STUDENTS HOLD MOCK MEETING OF UNC BOARD 

SIX BUSES RESERVED FOR POLICY PROTEST IN UASHIN6T0N, D.C. 

STUDENTS FAST TO PROTEST (V ARTHEID 

APARTHEID PROTESTERS' FAST ENTERS EISfTH DAY 

IWC DIVESTMENT PANa SETS FIRST MEET TODAY 

GRADUATE STUDENT TAKES PROTEST OF APARTHEID TO UNITED NATIONS 

UNC-CH ICCIDES TO SELL STOCK LINKED TO S. AFRICA 

APARTWID PROTESTERS PLAN TO KEEP FIGHTING 

STUDENTS PLAN PROTESTS FOR BANK, CIA RECRUITERS 

ACTON CORP. 

SIWSTATES, ACTON A^8«UNCE ^ERGER 

Tt€ ACTOR AND THE ASSASSIN (PLAY) 
'ASSASSIN' COMES HOh£ 
'ASSASSIN' FANTASY RINGS TRUE 

ACTORS AND ACTKESSES, CHILDREN 
SEE CHILD ACTORS WO) ACTRESSES 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, DURHAM 

WILL VI^E3' CAREER (3MU FROM 'lEEDS'? 

A ROLE JUST MADE FOR THAT CARING PREhED STUDENT 

CHAMBER GROUP DEBUT NOV. 19 IN PLAYMAKERS 

ANOTHER MIX FROM DURfWM IN TJ£ TRIANON'S 'TURKEYS' 

BEHIND T>€ SCENE; TAR HEEL fWTIVE ONCE AN ACTOR NOW A DIRECTOR 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, INTERNATIONAL 

HIT FILM, BIG BREAK! ACTRESS IS EAGER FOR MORE ROl£S 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, N.C. 

PLAYFEST '87! ABOUT UOfEN 

SCANDINAVIAN ^€RITA^£ HELPS JENNA COLE PLAY NORA 

PERCEPTIONS OF UOitN THEME IN 1987 PLAYFEST 

HIS BROTHER'S DEATH AND HIS FAMILY TIES LED TO N.C. BLACK REPERTORY 

A FEU MOS ROLES FOR SHERIFF, 'MOUNTAIN MAN' 

WHAT ARE SHOW-BIZ FOU FROM DURW«1 UP TO? 

JOSH LOKFF FOLLOWS HIS STAR 

ACTORAAWYER/ AUTHOR; IF f€'S NOT PREP(«ING A CASE OR WRITING A BOOK,. 

VISITING ARTIST BUSY AT PTC 

MAN CF MANY ROLES HOi LIVES IN N.C. 

T>£ NATIFAL; GIFTED ACTRESS LIVES OIIETLY IN CARRBORO 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, ACTORS AND ACTRESSES 
SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 

jm CARRADINE! HALF A THOUSAND FILMS AND STILL COUNTING 

'WIZARD OF OZ' STILL ALIVE 48 YEARS LATER 

PLAYWRIGHT SHARES 'MEMORIES' 

LUDUIG HANDLES Ql£STIONS WITH EASE, ROLES WITH INTENSITY 

ANITA MORRIS TRYING SITCOM, 'VICE' 

SOUTF£RN ACCENT 



OBJECTS 


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N 
P 


E 

D — DATE— 


S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 12/21/1987 A 4 U 


S 


2 2/16/1987 A 7 P R W63 



H 


2 2/11/1987 B 


5 N L90 


H 


2 2/25/1987 B 


3 N L90 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


12 P N L90 


S 


2 2/27/1987 B 


1 P F tS9 


H 


2 2/28/1987 C 


1 P N B81 


H 


2 2/28/1987 C 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 3/24/1987 B 


9 N 


S 


2 3/30/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


3 4/07/1987 B 


1 N L90 


H 


2 4/08/1987 A 


13 P N L90 


H 


2 4/10/1987 A 


21 N 


H 


3 5/09/1987 C 


1 N 080 


H 


2 5/15/1987 B 


1 N L90 


H 


3 6/25/1987 B 


1 N L90 


H 


2 9/10/1987 C 


7 P N 080 


H 


2 10/02/1987 A 


1 N L90 


H 


2 10/06/1987 C 


1 N L90 


H 


2 10/23/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 12/16/1987 D 


8 N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 D 


9 P R W66 


H 


2 10/23/1987 D 


2 R PIO 



2/12/1987 D 

8/14/1987 B 

11/10/1987 B 

11/13/1987 D 

12/13/1987 E 



1 P 
5 P 
7 P 
15 P 
1 P 



F G59 
F C19 
U W66 
F U66 
F C80 



H 2 12/28/1987 A 6 P F H45 



1/22/1987 D 

1/22/1987 D 

1/30/1987 D 

2/22/1987 D 

8/14/1987 B 

8/25/1987 B 

9/24/1987 D 

10/07/1987 B 

10/29/1987 B 

10/31/1987 B 

12/27/1987 E 



1/08/1987 D 
1/20/1987 A 
1/22/1987 D 
3/20/1987 A 
7/31/1987 D 
8/06/1987 D 



F B71 
N B71 
F W66 
N 
N 
N 
F 
F 



B71 
C80 

N T33 
N 
F H45 



1 P 
4 

3 P 

12 P 

7 P 

2 P 



F B71 
E 

N B71 
N K65 
F C19 
P 



1 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



mU ARE SHOW-BIZ FOLK FROM DURHAM Iff* TO? 

maclachlan: 'romeo' reaffirms ability 
dream girli the («t of fwrilyn («sem 

S"uiTH°fHE°tjIND' STARS BLOW IhfTO DIW4AM 

CONCERT, MOyiE GREET 'aiTW PAIR IN DW<HAM 

co-star: VIVIEN, CLARK BORN TO PLAY SCARLETT AND RJCH 

'^'^^^'aKaRRBORO art SCMKL (NOW CENTER FOR VISUAL i PERFORMING ARTS) 
M ALSO CENTER FOR VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 
TRIANGLE TJCATERS fWE SIX WEEKEND OPENINGS 
CO-OP MAMETS SWJtCASE FOR CRAFT 
MAMET MOST ENJOYABLE 
•THE REAL THING' CALLS FOR HWWN TOUCH 
THIS PUY'S 'THE RE«. THING' 

ACUPUNCTURE „^ 

^AC»»b<?ii'^ AGE OF MODERN «ICI« 

ACISSX CORP. 

EPA AWARIS CONTRACT 

ADAM AND EVE (BUSINESS) 

^ WLIClfoUS'* COUNTS AGAINST PTC DROF'PED _^„^,„„ 
LAUySs in ADAM i EVE CASE CONDIKT SURVEY W P(»WOGRAPHY 
ADAM i EVE TRIAL STW^TIf«3 IN ALAMANCE 
PtC PRESIDENT FINDS PROSECUTION 'VERY ODIOLSi _ . 
AMI T EVEJURY SaECTION RESUMES IN ALAMANCE COURT 
Ma SELECTION SLOW FOR ADAM i EVE TRIAL 
JUDGE ClfftBS ADAM «, EVE JURY QlESTIfflJS ,„.^^ 
DISTRICT AHORNEY MAY BE UITICSS FOR TJ€ DEFENSE 
4 JURORS PICKED FOR OBSCENITY TRKU. „ ,^ „, ^ 

POTENTIAL ADAM i. EVE JURORS UARY OF WATCHING SEX FILMS 
OBSCENITY TRIAL SEATS EIGHT JURORS 
JJRY SELECTION IN PORN TRIAL ^€ADS FOR 2ND WEEK 
PORN TRIAL RESUMES; TESTIMONY LtMMS 
TRIAL WASTES MONEY , ^, ^,^, 

NINTH Mm CHOSEN FOR ADlW «. EV| TRIf^ 
PROSPECTIVE JURORS RECALL DEFUNCT DRIVE-IN 
ALAMANCE LEADERS DECLINE TO SEE FILWS 
ADAM i EVE JURY fCEDS ALTERNATES 

ALTEWWTES'jOIN^^JURYi OPENING STATEMBjTS TODAY 
ADAM i EVE TRIAL BEGINS: 'IS THIS...OBSCEhE?' 
TESTIMONY STARTS ON OBSCENITY TRIAL 
FC«MER DA TESTIFIES IN PORNO TRIAL 

SEX FILMS aCUN IN OBSCENITY TRIAL 

ADAM i EVE LAWYERS (FFER NO WITfCSSES 

AL^ANCE JURY DECIDES PHE FILMS NOT OBSCEhE 

U«MPASSIO^TE^IFFERENCE OF OPINION IN Si^liJ'^**^ 

NO CJWRGES SEEN IN OBSCENITY LAW ENFORCEMENT 

OBSCENITY LAW HAS LITTLE PUBLIC SUPPORT ,^»„Tn™n 

FIG LEAVES DONATO TO ALAMANCE CO. THRIFT SHOP (CARTOON) 

COfWON SENSE F1\EVAILED 

^rr IS isT PLACETO BATTLE PORNOGRAPHY 

RaiGIOUS VIGILANTES SHOULD SETTLE MtW 

LEROVER CHARGES DR(PPED IN OBSCENITY CASE 

IS LOVING FREEDOM COMMON? .„.„»- rrm. 

uTs. PROSECUTORS STIU INVESTIGAHNG ADAM J. EVE FIRM 

STEPHENS AIMS TO RID CITY OF SMUT 

ADAM i EVE MAILS FLIER ON 'S/^-SEX' 

"^i'^D^ln^^KST^SJlKflu^n^ MfpE^ARMS WITHIN REACH 



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H 
9 
H 
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8/25/1987 B 
9/25/1987 D 
10/01/1987 D 
10/09/1987 B 
10/22/1987 D 
10/23/1987 D 
10/24/1987 B 



2/06/1987 D 

2/13/1987 D 

2/13/1987 A 

11/13/1987 D 

11/14/1987 B 



W66 
B71 
L38 
B71 
W66 
W66 



2 I W66 

9 P R U66 

18 R W63 

12 P R PIO 

8 R B7i 



H 2 6/09/1987 A 12 P F C60 



S 2 11/09/1987 C 3 N 



H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 



1/03/1987 B 
3/05/1987 A 
3/09/1987 A 
3/09/1987 A 
3/10/1987 C 
3/10/1987 B 
3/11/1987 C 
3/11/1987 C 
3/12/1987 B 
3/13/1987 B 
3/14/1987 C 
3/14/1987 C 
3/16/1987 C 
3/17/1987 A 
3/17/1987 B 
3/18/1987 C 
3/18/1987 C 
3/19/1987 B 
3/20/1987 A 
3/20/1987 B 
3/21/1987 C 
3/21/1987 B 
3/24/1987 B 
3/25/1987 C 
3/26/1987 B 
3/26/1987 B 
3/27/1987 A 
3/27/1987 
3/27/1987 
3/28/1987 
3/28/1987 
3/30/1987 
4/01/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/14/1987 .. 
7/16/1987 B 
8/14/1987 A 
9/16/1987 A 



1 
16 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

3 

1 

1 

1 

4 

4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 

12 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 
3 



N W27 
N B81 
N W27 
N 

N W27 
N U27 
N W27 
N 080 
N W27 
N U27 
N W27 
N W27 
N W27 
L 

N W27 
N W27 
N 080 
N U27 
L 
N W27 

> H \t2.7 
N U27 
N W27 
N U27 

> N W27 
N 
N W27 

> N W27 
N B81 
N W27 
E 

T T R56 

L 

E 

L 

N W27i 

L 

N W27: 
P N B52 

N 



7/12/1987 F 
10/16/1987 E 



N 
P A 



^ 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



AHARON DEVELOPMENT GROJP INC. 
SEE ALSO tCAMJUARTERS PARK 
TRIANGLE OFFICE, INOJSTRI^ fEEDS CONTINUE TO GROW 
ABRAM: PARK'S S^OUTH WILL ^£LP TAX BASE 
TRIANGLE GROJTH TO SHIFT TO 1-40 CORRIMR 
BURROUGHS UELLCOME STARTS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS 
DESPITE ITS PROBLEMS, EXECUTIVES LOVE Tf£ PARK 
ZONING aWUP TO V£fiR WITTENBERG PLAN 
ADARON SELLS (ffflCE UmPLEX; AREA WAGES RISE 
BOARD OKS PARK EXPANSION 

MTICE VACANCY RATE IN TRIANGLE FALLS IN QUW^TER 
ADARON GROl«> OHING OUT OF COJ*ERCIAL BROKERAGE 
ADARON TO ABANDON BROKERAGE 

DURHAM CHAMBER PLANS ACCIDENT PREVENTION CAMPAIGN 
STATE BOARD FINDS SALESlfflMAN, BROKER, TO BLA>€ IN CASES 
RECORD BAR TO OPEN TRACKS IN RALEIK1 
ADARON TO CREATE ALSTON COyCR SHOPPING CENTER 
3 FORI€R ADARON BROKERS START THEIR OWN BUSINESS 
ADARON PLANNING 'ALSTON CORNER' 
ABRAM, PARTNERS HELP FUND RACE 

ADELAIDE WALTERS APARTMENTS (CHAPEL HILL) 
SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C., APARTICNTS 
COURT SAYS CHAPa HIU MAN CAN REMAIN IN APARTfENT 

ADIDAS 

FAfFARE! ADIDAS EXHIBITING 

SIFPLYING OLYMPIfWS' TCS3S IS A HERCULE/W TASK 

OUTFiniNG ATHLETES NOT HIS ONLY CALLING 

tmaiK GROUP 

AM1ARK GROUP TO Wff(K INDEPENDENT OF ALLENTON 
ADMARK BECQICS ALLENTON SUBSIDIARY 

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT STUDY COMMISSION 
SEE ALSO N.C. ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 

SEE ALSO N.C. KNERAL ASSEMBLY, LEGISLATIVE STUDY COWISSION 
MEASURES UfiSED TO AID N.C. F«MERS 

ADOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CRUISING 

SEE ALSO Qfimmn, youth 

SEE ALSO H)VERNOR»S ADVOCACY COUNCIL ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO IfflVERNOR'S YOUTH ADVOCACY AND INVCL'.eiENT OFFICE 

SEE ALSO GREEhftlOfiE (RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CEXTER) 

SEE (ISO JIWENILE COURTS 

SEE ALSO JUVENILE DaiNQUBO 

SEE ALSO NEWS TO W (HERALD CCUm) 

SEE ALSO N.C. YOUTH COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

SEE ALSO RECREATION, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO RUNAWAYS 

SEE ALSO TEEN-A<^ LIFE SKILL PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO TEEN CENTER 

SEE ALSO TEEN HOTLIIC 

SEE ALSO l*IIV. CF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL CENTER FOR EARLY ADOLESCENCE 

SEE ALSO l*W'S WHO AMONG AICRICAN HIGH SCHO(X. STUDENTS 

N.C. CENTER SEARCJCS FOR DISAPPEARING CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS 

TEEN AGENCIES TO EXHIBIT AT FAIR 

1940'S C)€WING &M IS 1986'S DRUGS - SCWML PROBLEM SUWEYS 

AFTER SCHOOL PROOWMS FOR TEENS ARE VANISHING 

COMMUNICATION f€LPS TEENS 

(XDER STUDENTS NEED AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS 

TEENS MASTER LIFE'S CHALLENGES 

DON'T BLAME ROCK MUSIC 

FWUM FOCIBES ON TEENS IN CRISIS 

TEEN PROBLEMS ARE SUBJECT OF SPECIAL PR0K5AM 

SEXUAL ILLITERACY BLAMED FOR TEEN PREGmNCY RATE 



C T S 




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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


1/07/1987 A 


1 N W82 


8 


2 


1/08/1987 A 


1 P N W82 


H 


2 


1/11/1987 F 


1 N L41 


S 


2 


5/30/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 C 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 C 


10 N 


S 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


14 N M06 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/01/1987 A 


11 P N 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 A 


7 N 


S 


2 


8/24/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


8/30/1987 F 


1 N 


S 


2 


8/31/1987 A 


7 N 


S 


2 


9/26/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


9/27/1987 C 


14 N 


H 


2 


9/27/1987 F 


1 N 


S 


2 10/02/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 11/18/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


7/16/1987 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 B 


2 P F H45 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 B 


2 P F H45 


H 


2 


9/27/1987 C 


9 P N 


S 


2 


9/28/1987 B 


5 N 



H 2 1/14/1987 C 1 N L40 



2/13/1987 A 

2/26/1987 A 

3/12/1987 B 

4/30/1987 A 

4/30/1987 A 

5/22/1987 A 

10/08/1987 A 

10/22/1987 A 

11/06/1987 B 

11/07/1987 B 

11/12/1987 B 



N 

F S27 

N J40 

N 

N 

E 

F 

L 

F 

N 

N P38 



G59 
P F S27 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ 



CWDICES! CHOICES! CHOICES! 
PART OF GRCMING UP 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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H 2 12/04/1987 A 4 L 



ADOLESCENCE, ALCOHCS-ISM 

H AL^ Kvffi^S COWCIL m ALCOHX AND DRUG AHJSE AMONG OHILDREN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., ALC0W3L USE 

SEE ALSO SCHODLS, U.S., ALCOHO. USE „„,^ „ 

Hl&ER TAXON kER IS EYED TO RM) EDUCATION PROGRAM H 

DESPITE DRINKS, PETTY DRIVES PEFfECTLY S 

N.C; SCWOL SUl'UEY FINDS ALCOHOL HOST WIDELY USO DRUG H 

BRUNSUICK SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CHARGED UITH D«I AFTER CRASH H 

STUDENT SCW30L BUS IRIVERS CAN'T BE 'COO.' S 

ADOLESCENCE, WUG ABUSE 
SEE CHILDREN, DRUGS 
SEE DRU3 ABUSE 

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

ADOLESCENCE, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED ,^ 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, EMOTIONALLY DISTWBED 
LEMOS OF JAMJS-TREE HOUSE FOR TEENS SEEKING NEU HOffi 
MCTORS: ADOLESCENTS OFTEN INSTITUTIONALIZED NEEDLESSLY 

ADOLESCENCE, HEALTH CA^^_ ,^„^„ 
SEE ALSO CHILDREN, STATE SERVICES 
SEE ALSO fCALTH CA(« 
SEE ALSO PREGNWCY, AMLESCENT 
SEE ALSO SHAPEDCftW 
SEE ALSO .TEEN-LIW< 

TEENS CAN LEARN UEIWT CONTROL 

TEEN-LIM< PROMOTES «ALTH 

AMICACY GROUP COULD AID CHILDREN 

PROGRAM LIt«<S TEENS, HEALTW CME 

jm fCa, IWiMY TEACHING STIJI£NTS ABOUT t€ALTH 

TEEN-LIM< TO FIS^NT EXTRAVAGANZA 

ADOLESCENCE, PREGNWCY 

SEE PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 

ADOLESCENCE, SEXUAL ACTIVITY 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY, ADOLESCENT 
SEE ALSO F1S1ARITAL SEX 
SEE ALSO SEX EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO SEXUAL BEfWVIOR „ „^^^ ^„ 

TEENS STOLDN'T BE RaUCTANT TO REFUSE SEX 

TEENS URGED TO CONSIDER SEX OPTIONS 

ADOLESCENCE, SUICIDES 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, SUICIDES 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, OJFHAM 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SUICIDES, U.S. 
MANY TEEN PROBLEMS ARE ONLY TEMPORARY 

perspective: ... teenak suicide in ^ei .£RSey ... 

HOW CAN TEEN SUICIDES BE PREVENTED? 

16-YEAR-OLD FOJND ISAD 

BODY BaiEVED TO BE MISSING GIRL'S 

'^"^ifKEoUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 

ADOLESCENTS-IN-fEED PROGRAM 

TEENS WITH PROBLEMS KT HELP 

ADCPT-A-FAMILY FTOGRAM 

SEE ALSO SHAPE YOUR CHRISTMAS ^^^^^ 

TJCIR GRANDMOT}£R DREADS EXPLAINING SANTA 

ADOPT-A-HORSE PROGRAM 



2/05/1987 

9/28/1987 

11/19/1987 

12/19/1987 

12/23/1987 



3 
9 
3 
4 



i 



H 3 2/07/1987 C 1 N MIO 
S 2 9/17/1987 A 15 N 



1/28/1987 A 
4/21/1987 B 
5/16/1987 C 
7/16/1987 B 
7/20/1987 B 
8/20/1987 A 



A G59 
F S27 
N U82 
N B38 
N 
F S27 



S 2 1/14/1987 C 5 N 
S 2 2/18/1987 A 13 U 



3/18/1987 A 
3/20/1987 A 
3/21/1987 B 
3/26/1987 D 
6/11/1987 D 



4 
10 P 

2 P 

4 
10 



S 2 2/05/1987 A 6 P F G59 



H 2 11/08/1987 A 1 D N P38 



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SEE ALSO HORSES 
SEE ALSO WILD WIRSES 

UILD HORSES MAY BECO^E N.C. BUSIICSS 

StUWS HELPER— DIAL A HORSE 

ADOPT-A-PET 
SEE ALSO PETS 
ADOPT-A-PET (AD) 

ADOPTION 

SEE ALSO ADOPTION RECORDS 

SEE ALSO FOSTER PAfiE^^■S ^ ^„ 

T>€ ADOPTION PROCESS: COWIE TEACHING CLASSES HAVE PLENTY OF EXPERIENCE 

HEADLINE UAS MISLEADING 

DIKE PROF DISSENTS ON RULING 

OXFORD COm£ ADOPTS BABY FROM HJATEMALA 

GAP NARROWS ON BEHAVIOR TfCORIES: CONFERENCE OPENS AT... GRAHAM CENTER 

HOUSE BACKS AUTOMATIC RECOUNT IN CLO^ ELECTIONS 

PANa STUDIES BILL TO PUT RESTRICTIONS CM ADOPTIONS 

TOUGH ADOPTION BILL DRAWS SENATE PRAISE 

KOREAN BABY BONDS WITH HSi F(V1ILY IN DURHAM 

DUKE FUND ICLPS IN PLACING CHILDREN 

ADOPTED INFANT'S PAIN, DEATH LEAD FAMILY TO SPECIAL TRIBUTE 

DIVORCED MOM SEEKS LOVING FAMILY TO ADOPT FORMER POSTER CHILD 

ffim. BACKS BILL TO ALLOW SBI PROBES OF HATE GROJPS 

ASHEVILL£ MAN HIWTS FOR CLUES TO 'LOST' FAMILY 

TEXAS MAN 'DiaDVERS' NATURAL FAMILY 

VIDEOTAPES TO BE MADE OF CHILDREN WO fCED HOtCS 

PA^CL BEGINS DEBATE ON SURROGATE PARENTS 

CRITICS TAKE AIM AT ADOPTION LAW 

STATE URGED TO RE-EWtUATE ADOPTION POLICIES 

SUWXjATE MOTHERHOOD IS TIMEBOMB 

ADOPTION RECORDS 
SEE ALSO AIXIPTION 
PAJCL BEGINS I€BATE ON SIMWGATE PARENTS 
ADOPTION RECORD LAW CONTROVERSIAL 
STATE U«3ED TO RE-EW^UATE ADOPTION POLICIES 

ADULT BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO ADULT X-^^ATED TJCATERS 

SEE ALSO BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO BOOKSTORES, WJRWlM 

SEE ALSO CT CORPORATION SYSTEMS 

SEE (y.SO LAKEW30D VIDEO AND i€WS 

SEE ALSO PLAYERS BOOK STORE (ADULT BOOKSTORE) 

SEE ALSO PORNOGRtf-HY 

SEE ALSO SJCLBY III BOOKSTORE 

3 SLAIN, 2 UOIWDED AT BOOKSTORE 

LAWMEN QUESTION IF PROFESSIONAL KILLERS RESP(»iSIBL£ FOR SLAYIN6S... 

REWARD INCREASED 

CLERK CONVICTED IN OBSCENITY CASE 

DETECTIVES IN VIDEO ST(KE (CARTOON) 

MISCONCEPTIONS ON PORNCKSRAPHY 

ARSON TIE INVESTIGATED IN PORN DEATHS 

fWRYLAND MAN FACES 41 OBSCENITY COUNTS 

OKCENITY CHARGES DROPPED 

SOME VireO STORES RESTOCKING SEXUALLY EXPLICIT FILMS 

PLEA BARGAIN BRINGS CLOSE OF 19 ADULT BO(a<STORES 

CHARLOTTE PLEA MAY CLOSE DURHAM ADULT BOOKSTORES 

N.C. AUTHORITIES SAY PORNOGRAPHY MAY BE HERE TO STAY 

STATE LAWS ON OBSCENITY UPHELD 

COURT UPHOLDS ANTI-OBSCENITY LAW CONVICTION 

SLAYIN6S PROBE SAID FOCUSED m WHITE SUPREMACIST a«3UP 

MILLER'S AGREE^ENT MAY HELP IN nSRVER PROBE, PAPER SAYS 

MISTRIAL DECLARED ON OBSCENITY CHARGE 

GRAND JIRY PROBE OF WITE PATRIOTS REPORTED 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 2 IN BOOKSTORE DEATHS 

COURT IffHOLDS OBSCENITY CONVICTION 

COURT OF APPEALS OVERTURNS RESISTING ARREST COiWICTION 



2 1/13/1987 BUN 
2 11/29/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 6/16/1987 A 3 P A 



H 


2 


1/14/1987 B 


1 1 


> F C80 


H 


2 


1/19/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/01/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


1 


4/30/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1987 B 


4 


N C60 


H 


2 


5/09/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/18/1987 A 


6 P F 659 


S 


2 


7/02/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 C 


8 P N 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


8/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


8/26/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


9/02/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


12/09/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


S 


2 12/11/1987 A 


5 


N 


S 


2 12/22/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


S 


2 12/28/1987 A 


6 


J R53 


H 


2 12/09/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


12/11/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 12/22/1987 A 


5 


J R53 



H 


2 


1/19/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/31/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


2/05/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


3/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


4/01/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


4/07/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/18/1987 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 


7/21/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 


9/05/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


9/16/1987 A 


11 P N 


H 




11/12/1987 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 11/15/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


12/16/1987 B 


7 


N 


S 


2 12/16/1987 A 


7 


N 



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ADULT DAY CARE __ 

SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS _ ^^^ 

SEE ALSO FRIENDSHIP CENTER OF ALAHAJCE, INC. 
SEE M.SO SENIOR CITIZENS, DAY CARE „,^ 

FRl^^IP CENTER IN ALAMANCE OFFERS ADULT DAY CARE 

'^""sEE^SI^loiEGE-LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO COMi*JNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO COfUflJNITY EDUCATION 

^ ALM OMUNiy. OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO HIGHER EDUCATION 

M. WISO SATURDAY SCHCffl. FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 

1 ^^ ^K^Si^^V'TffDIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 
MANY YEARN TO LEARN 

NIGHTLIFE IN ttJRWW COWTY SCHOOLS (AD) 
1? SCHOOLS TAKING P(WT IN EDLERHOSia PRMSRAM 
STATE SEEKS LIKATION OF $3.3 MILLION 
RESTRICTIONS tCEDED ON EDUCATION FIWDS 

ESKI^'gMT^UCTOR STKESSES 'FEMALE APPROACH' 

H0N0RIM3 THE WiAOJATES _^ ,^, _,^ 

3 GENERATIONS OF FAMILY GET DIPLOMAS 

NCCU SITE UF COLLEGE TEST PRM5RAM 

4TH A^WUAL COfTERENCE ON ADULT LITERACY OPENS 

NIGHTLIFE! IN DLRHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS 

HARVEST l€W INTERESTS BY TAKING A CLASS THIS FALL _„,_„„ 

MB SCOTT SAYS TWEE PROBLEMS HW?TING N.C. ECONOMY, RESIDENTS 

ADULT HIGH SCHOOL CURSES OFFERED AT PIEDMONT TECH 

Sran FEARS BUDGET CUTS UIU HURT EDUCATION, INDUSTRY 

ILLITERACY INTOLERABLE 

JOB TRAINING PROS^AMS: SUCCEKES AW) FAILURES 

COiWUNITY COLLEGES UANT CHANK IN FUNDING FORfRJLA 

ADULT X-RATED TJCATERS 

^E ALSO ADULT BOOKSTC«ES 

^UO"fAYEtSle"buSINESSES CHALLENGE MOVIE ARCADE LAW 
SOME VIDEO STIM:S RESTOCKING SEXUALLY EXPLICIT FILMS 
■m MINISTERS ARRESTED AT ADLLT MOVIE THEATER 

ADULTERY 

SEE ALSO Diva«:E _ 

SEE ALSO EXTRA-MARITAL AFAIRS 
WOMAN SAYS TRYST INVOLVED 2 EVANGELISTS 
l*^AT IS AWLTERY? 

"BY^^ff HAVE^ EVER COWITTED ADULTERY?" (CARTOON) 
IT'S A H&PERSOfWL QUESTION, SENATOR, BUT... (CARTOON) 

''^E^'i?^ }f^ TO SH^ NEU IDEAS AT CONFERENCE 

ADVERTISING _,„„,.„ 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES, ADVtRHSING 
SEE ALSO BILLBOW^ ^^ 

SEE ALSO CARDSHOPPER ADVERTISING SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO CIGARETTES, ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C, ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO [iRtJG ADVERTISING „„„,.„ 

Sffi ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, ADVERTISIfffi 
SEE W.SO FALSE ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO JUNK MAIL 
SEE ALSO LEGAL ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO MEDIA CONSULTANTS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL ADVERTISQOTS 
SEE ALSO TELEVISION ADVERTISING 



D — DATE- 



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H 1 1/30/1987 B 1 N S80 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



1/19/1987 

4/12/1987 

4/18/1987 

4/20/1987 

4/22/1987 

5/0A/1987 

5/20/1987 

6/06/1987 

6/27/1987 

6/30/1987 

8/06/1987 

9/08/1987 

9/10/1987 - 

9/24/1987 B 

9/25/1987 C 

11/12/1987 B 

11/14/1987 A 

11/15/1987 D 

12/23/1987 A 



4 

18 
9 
1 
4 
4 

6 I 
4 

2 I 
1 
7 
8 
5 
1 
3 
2 
4 
5 
6 



C80 



H 2 6/24/1987 A 11 
H 2 7/17/1987 B 3 
H 2 7/26/1987 A 19 



4/06/1987 C 
5/12/1987 A 
5/20/1987 A 
6/25/1987 A 
12/17/1987 A 



E 
A 

N U80 
N 
E 
L 
F 
E 
N 
N 

N B12 
' A 
I 

N S80 
N 

N M97 
E 

U G33 
N 



RS6 
RS6 



H 2 3/22/1987 D 11 P U L41 



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SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ADV€RTISING 

SEE ALSO TRUTH IN ADVERTISING 

DRUNKEN DRIVING ISSl£ GETS MOST ATTENTION; STATE'S ADS SNUBBED 

COUNTY HOSPITAL TO BEGIN AD CAWAIGN 

UNC ATHLETES SENDING MESSAGE ABOUT NEW ADMISSION STANDARDS 

LIGGETT & MYERS GETS hEU JOB OF HANDLING BOOKS 

SIGN FOREST SmSJS BE CUT 

UNC OFFICIAL SAYS NO PO-ICY GOVERNS CAMPUS USE IN ADS 

CARMICHAEL USED FOR ROSE'S ADS; PAYMENT IN DOUBT 

SELLING UI>C AT TRACK IS STOCK CAR SACRILEGE 

SENATE OKS COWWWISE ON NASH, EDGECOMBE SCHOOLS 

A SALES TAX ON ALL ADS, OR NO TAX ON ADS AT ALL? 

MAVRETIC FIRES WARNING SHOT ON PROPOSE TO TAX SERVICES 

SCHOOL RECEIVES ADVERTISING GRANT 

AD-BAWCRS WOULD OUTbW YOUR FREEDOM 

DONNA RICE TO APPEAR IN TV, MAGAZIfC ADS FOR 'NO EXCUSES' JEANS 

DONNA RICE TO APPEAR IN JEANS AD 

'NOSTALGIA' ADS RICOCtCT TO KIDS OF BABY-BO«»ERS 

AD CAMPAIGN SCItDULED TO TEU CITY SCHOOLS STORY 

U»EN PONDERING IF CAREER OBJECTIVE IS WORTH THE EFFORT 

STATE PUWS AD CA^PAIGN FOR TEACHERS 

COURSE TO EXAMINE ADVERTISING, SOCIAL ISSIES 

WOMEN, RACING (. ADVERTISING? BUSINESSES VYING FOR FEMALES IN T>€ STANDS 

AD HOAXES AREN'T FUNNY 

AIRLIf€ TO SERVE NEW BERN, JACKSONVILLE 

UNC PROF RAPS BAN m CIGARETTE ADS 

WSXY EGGS ON PERHJE IN FOUL, FOWL WAR 

ADS ATTACK SEN. HELMS' A«EMD^ENT ON AIDS EDUCATION 

CHICKEN l»R IS 'FOW. AFFAIR' 

HOaY F(«MS VS. PERDUE 

DUWAM imSE. TO BE BOOSTED IN TRIANGLE 

HUMAN RELATIONS GROIF SEEKS FUNDS FOR CELEBRATION 

MISLEADING MAILINGS GETTING OUT OF HAND 

AIRLINE ADVERTISING GUIDaiNES READY 

CHRISTMAS AD CAMPAIGNS START WELL (*€AD CF SEASON 

WARM FAMILY FEELINGS FIUING COMMERCIALS 

ADVERTISING COWWNICATIONS, INC. 

NCCU REVWPS LOGO, ADDS StCPARD LIKENESS 

ADVERTISING FRAUD 

SEE FALSE ADVERTISING 

SEE FRAUD 

SEE TRUTH IN ADVERTISING 

ADVISORY BUDGET COWISSION 

SEE N.C. ADVISORY BUDGET COMMISSItW 

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 
SEE fiLSO PH0TK3RAPHY 
COIMY SEEKING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR MAPS 

AEROBIC DANCE (DCLUICS AEROBIC EXERCISE) 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
SEE ALSO EXERCISE 
SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FIT^ESS 

DIKE STUDYING BENEFITS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE 

BALLET FOR A BETTER BODY: AUTHOR SAYS AEROBICS ARE MALE-ORIENTED 

MS. HOGSJ£AD SERVES AS MODa FOR ASTHMATICS 

AEROICXICO AIRLIICS 
SEE ALSO MEXICO 
PIEDMONT AIRLINE TO USE COLLISICW WARNING lEVICE 

|i€ROSMITH (MUSIC a?OUP) 

aerosmith: veteran rhytwi and g«?age ei«rgy 

aerosol sprays 

scientists study effects of acid aerosols 
canadian sees hope for u.s. cleaning u> air 



1/02/1987 B 
1/09/1987 B 
1/10/1987 A 
1/15/1987 
1/21/1987 
3/14/1987 
3/18/1987 
6/15/1987 
6/25/1987 
7/06/1987 
7/07/1987 
7/12/1987 
7/30/1987 
8/09/1987 B 
8/10/1987 A 
8/24/1987 C 
8/26/1987 C 
8/27/1987 D 
9/02/1987 A 
9/03/1987 B 
9/04/1987 B 
9/11/1987 A 
9/12/1987 
10/16/1987 
10/21/1987 
10/29/1987 
11/04/1987 
11/23/1987 
12/14/1987 
12/17/1987 
12/18/1987 
12/19/1987 B 
12/20/1987 A 
12/23/1987 B 



1 

2 

13 

7 

4 

1 

1 

4 

10 

5 

12 

12 

4 

6 

6 

1 

1 

7 

14 

10 

2 

4 

9 

1 

12 
6 
2 
6 
1 
1 
4 
3 
17 
4 



B81 



R53 
R53 



N L40 

N C80 

N L90 

U L41 

E 

N 

N 

E 

N 

J 

J 

N 

E 

N 

N 

U H03 

N J40 

N 

N 

N D80 

F C80 

E 
' N 

N B85 

N 

N 

N 

F C80 

N U82 

N H70 

E 
' N 

N 

N U80 



S 2 6/18/1987 C 1 N S92 



S 2 11/18/1987 C 1 N M06 



H 2 1/07/1987 A 10 N D80 
H 2 4/13/1987 A 6 P F 051 
S 2 4/23/1987 A 7 P F G59 



H 2 1/14/1987 B 3 N 
H 2 11/27/1987 D 2 R C81 



H 2 10/20/1987 C 1 N M97 
H 2 10/22/1987 B 1 N M97 



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MISSILES 



^fFAIRS OF BLACK PECFLE 

SEE DURHAM COWITTEE ON T>€ AFFAIRS OF BLACK PE(PLE 

AFFECTIWAiaY YtXKS, FAWff KEMBLE 
TWT SEASON 'TIS ^CFf 

^Sffi*AL^ dK CITY COWCIL, WTIRMAH"^ ACTION 
SEE ALSO OffHAM CITY SCHOOLS, AFFIiyiATiyE ACTIWI 
SEE ALSO lUSmii COUNTY, N.C., AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 
SEE ALSO EQUAL E«PLOY>€NT OPPORTUNITY 
SEE ALSO EQUAL Ei*lDYt€NT OfPORTUNITY COWISSION 
SEE ALSO JOE DISCRIMINATIW 

SEE ALSO MINORITIES ADMISSIONS PRO^AfS^.,,,^ ,,,,„, 
SEE ALSO l^iy. OF N.C.-CWPEL HILL, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION 

S^T^H^ uffyiCTORY! USE OF AFFIRMATI^ ACTION^^ raTERENCE 
^T H«WDS UCmi victory: UINJCRS CaEBRATE WHILE LOSERS LAMENT 
COUNTY SHOULDN'T COPY CITY Pl^rt^ING POLICY 
POLICE RACISM CAN BE HANDLED INTE!<NALLY 

pw€l: paicE o^ fvmx. bias problems 

AHACKS ON MINORITY ORDOWNCE WFAIR 

DOT UAR>0 TO HIPf MCRE MINORITIES 

EXPECT Sa€ CHAN(£S IN CITY GCVERNJCNT 

NAACP WILL TRY TO EM.IST STOKES IN MINCKITY HIRING 

IffCKLENBLKG SEEKS >£W HIRING, PROMOTION PLAN 

6FG4ANIST^ 

SEE ALSO ISLAMIC ASSOCIATION OF AFGHANS ^ ^^^,^ 

I BOUKT IT TO COVER UP AN WSIHfTLY SPOT. (CmOCH) 

REACTION IS REASONABLE 

AF»WN SAYS RESISTANCE UON'T STOP 

W(S. KIf« MADE GODD POINTS ^ .^,..„„»., rn 

DUKE RESEARCHER llt¥S SLOUICW CF IW5 IN AFt3HANIST^ TO... 

RESEARDCR; GUERRILLA WAR IN AFGHANISTAN WINDING DOW 

WAT ABOUT THE LEFTISTS? 

OJKE COUPLE GETS AWARD FOR W(W< WITH AFGHANS 

DUKE PRESS BOa< EXPLORES AF&WN FiafTERS 

TERRORISTS IN AFQWISTAN 

SOVIETS REiiLIZE AF&1ANISTAN A MISTAKE 

T>€ SOVIET INVASION 

LPSETTING T>« LIBERALS 

(^GHANS («E WT IRANIiWS 

ISLAM! ^ttLIGNED, MI£lM£RSTOOD 

LETTER WAS MISINTERPRETED 

ifffiw.eefrs lwder Soviets 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR UO*€N ^^ _^^ ^^^xtthx, 
AF&H^ REFUGEES MAf£H TO PROTEST USSR CKOmiW 
THINK ABOUT AFGHAN VICTIMS AS WE SIT WARM DURING HOLIDAYS 

AFLATOXIN _ „ „,,^,^ 

N.C. GETS CONTAMINATED PEANUT BUTTER 

AFRICA (SEE ALSO NAI€S OF COWTRIES) 

SEE ALSO KENYA 

SEE ALSO KWA.N2AA (AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 

SEE d-SQ TRANSAFRICA 

study: H«J^ COULD GET AIDS IN S»£ AFRICAN CAPITALS 
SEA ISU*ffi singers; GEORGIA SINGERS SW4RE ^£RITAGE AT 

ARICAN-AhERICAN IiANCE ENSEMBLE 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN DANCE 

SEE ALSO ALAYAM^ 

SEE ALSO D(¥CE 
KUANZAA CELEBRATO TODAY ___ ^ ^.^^ 
AFRICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE PUTS W DOUBLE FEATURE 
•DANCING T}«CLGH l£ST AFRICA,' BALLET FJQJ I S« gJjfflAY 
CHUCK DAVIS' DOUBLE PREMIERE GALA DELIVER-S TWO PLUS HXM MORE 



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•AFRICAN FESTIVAL' 



3/12/1987 

3/ai/1987 

3/26/1987 

4/02/1987 

4/02/1987 

4/03/1987 

9/14/1987 

10/31/1987 

11/08/1987 

11/28/1987 

12/21/1987 



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H 


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S 


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H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


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H 


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H 





H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



1/18/1987 D 

2/02/1987 A 

4/05/1987 C 

5/04/1987 A 

9/23/1987 A 

9/24/1987 A 

10/05/1987 A 

10/06/1987 A 

10/29/1987 B 

11/16/1987 A 

11/20/1987 A 

11/20/1987 A 

11/25/1987 A 

11/26/1987 A 

12/03/1987 A 

12/03/1987 A 

12/04/1987 A 

12/09/1987 A 

12/28/1987 B 

12/30/1987 A 



4 ■ 
4 

1 I 
4 
6 

17 1 
4 
9 

5 I 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
4 



E 

N 

N 

E 

N K70 

N S51 

L 

N 

E 

N 

N 



T R56 

E 

U H49 

L 

N 

N 080 

E 



D80 



H 2 6/21/1987 C 2 N 



6/09/1987 B 
3/06/1987 D 



2 1/01/1987 D 3 N 

2 1/27/1987 B 7 P U 

2 1/29/1987 D 2 P F 

2 2/02/1987 A 6 R 



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CHUCK DAVIS KEEPS ON KEEPING ON 

SHARING... DURHAM FESTIVAL IS FUl OF SURPRISES 

DURHAM DANCE TROUPE PERFORMS AT REGGAE EVENT _ ,^ ^ 

CHUCK DAVIS AND HIS WJRHAM-BASED AFRICAN AMERICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE. 

AFRICAN A^€RICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE KICKS OFF UEEK 

ENERGY, SPIRIT, SPECTACLE BLOSSOM IN DANCE 

•DANCING TH«)U6H AFRICA' 

J\£ (H-EBRATION CONTINUES _ 

TJWKS TO TfCSE PEOPLE FOR HELPING T}€ ENO (CONTINUED) 

HAVING A HIH^ (XH TIME 

DAVIS WKEB: for PEACE LOVE AND RESPECT 

DMCERS HOT THIS SUIflCR 

DURHAM GROUPS TAKE PART IN 'OPENING CBREMWIES' 

...CHUCK DAVIS AND HIS AFRICAN-AfCRICWJ DANCE ENSEMRE... 

GADGETS BY DA VINCI ON SHOW SEPT. 11 IN DIMIAM 

DURHAM RESIDENTS UIN ARTS SWNTS 

DAVIS DAZZLES DURtWM ACADEMY 

'INDIAN SOLIDARITY' EVENT SET 

BLIE EARTH DANCERS TO PERFORM, TEACH 

$$ FREE OF CHARGE *» 

UNFINISICD PHENIX SQU«E LEASES i*J. •^•ACE 

KING IiEEK: DANCE, DRAMA, ^eMlRIAL 

WTilCAN ART 
SEE M.SO MTT 
N.C. IftJSEUM OF ART OPENS ITS LAST ICW GALLERY 
CEREMONIES IN ART 
EXOTIC ART 'PRIMnUt' NO MORE 
AFRICAN DISPLAY IN ROXBORO 
ARTIST SPEAKS 

SOUTH AFRICA PRT ON DISPLAY AT DUKE 
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S ART FESTIVAL SET FOR SATURDAY 

AFRICAN DANCE 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN-AfERICAN DANCE ENSEMH^ 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
DAVIS dances: FOR PEACE LOVE AND RESPECT 



N 
P 

H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 



«T^ICAN FESTIVAL 

SEA ISLAND SINGEfe: 'GEORGIA SINffiRS SHARE hCRITAGE AT 'AFRICAN FESTIVAL' S 
FREE 'AFRICAN FESTIVAL' PLANNED S 



AFRICAN f€THODIST EPISCOPAL CHJRCH 
SEE ALSO BLACK CHURCVES 
CELEBRATIONS PLA^8€II FW AME BICENTENNIW. 
LOCAaY-WRITTEN HYMN UILL BE FEATURED AT AME BICEHTEWIAL 
A« BICENTEWJIAL HYW 
'HAIL TO TtCE, MOTJO BETHa' 
SWAZILAND CHOIR TO GIVE DEMONSTRATION 
WOMAN NOIINATED FOR CHURCH COUNCIL POST 

AFRICAN NATIONAL COfCRESS 
SEE ALSO SOUTH AFRICA 
WfWH GROW TO SEND MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO S. («T?ICAN REFUSES 

AFRICAN a£EN (BOAT) 

NORTH POLE 'COMPANY' DELH^RS FREE 

(ifTER LIFE INC. 

FOR »4£ cheap: MOBILE W)(£S IN HEAVEN 

AFTER THE DEADLINE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM MORNING HERALD 
READERS SET RECORD SOUNDING OFF 
FOR DIFFERENT SLANT, ELLEN GOODMAN 

A(3APE CORfCR 

WALK SDCDILED TO RAISE MO^EY 



-DATE- 



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2/03/1987 C 

4/23/1987 D 

5/14/1987 D 

6/04/1987 D 

6/08/1987 B 

6/09/1987 B 

6/11/1987 D 

6/11/1987 D 

6/30/1987 D 

7/05/1987 C 

7/09/1987 D 

7/09/1987 D 

7/16/1987 D 

7/23/1987 D 

9/01/1987 B 

9/17/1987 A 

10/16/1987 A 

10/22/1987 C 

10/22/1987 D 

11/05/1987 D 

11/19/1987 B 

12/19/1987 C 



1/09/1987 D 
1/15/I9fi7 D 
1/16/1987 U 
2/26/1987 B 
4/09/1987 D 
5/07/1987 D 
10/22/1987 D 



G59 

K30 
G59 

B71 



U L34 

F G59 

N 

P 

N U66 

R L34 

F 

R 

F 

P 

F 

I 

F 

P 

U U66 

N 

F 

N 

N 

I 

N L41 

N U80 



N W66 
F 659 
R G68 
K 3S0 
P 
N 
N B71 



S 2 7/09/1987 D 1 P F G59 



2 8/06/1987 D 1 P F B71 
2 8/06/1987 D 2 P I 



2 4/S/1987 A 1 P N B85 

2 5/14/1987 C 5 N 

2 5/15/1987 A 11 N 

2 5/31/1987 C 9 P N D80 

2 6/23/1987 A 16 N 

2 9/26/1987 A 7 N 



2 4/28/1987 A 1 N B85 
2 12/24/1987 A 11 P U L41 
2 12/27/1987 A 15 N 



2 1/11/1987 D 5 U A20 
2 8/30/1987 D 5 U G33 



H 2 3/12/1987 C 8 N 



AGE DISCRIMINATION 



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SEE ALSO DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO OLDER tKIRKEP PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO RETIREMENT MX. 

SEE M.SO SEX DISCRIMINATION ^ ^ ^,..„ ^ 
OLDER WORKERS I^Y FIND JOB ASSISTANCE IN TRIANOE 

AGED 

SEE SENIOR CITIZENS 

AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELCPMENT 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN AID „„,^ 

r^^S'Si'H^a'J'il^iANT FOR GLOBAL Allfi FIGHT 

GRANT AIMS TO SLOW AIDS SPREAD 

QfW'ff' ATTl m Nfl HELP 

EDITORIAL CRITICISM AlhO AT URONG TARGET 

AGENCY FOR PUBLIC TaECOWIUNICATIONS 

SEE («.S0 TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS „„,,^ 
SEE ALSO UNIV. Of N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, TELEVISION 
TV SHOW TO EXPLAIN UNC STANDARDS 

Bl^ROUGHS WELLCOfC STARTS FELLOWSHIP PRg^AMS 
ENTREPREfClRIAL COUtCIL BOARD ELECTSJEMBERS 
NATIONAL BUSIiCSS WOMEN'S WEEK HG^O«D IN DURHAM 

AKNT (35ANGE 

SEE ALSO CARCINOGENS 
SEE ALSO re^ICIDES 
SEE ALSO VIETNAM 

SEE ALSO VIETNAM VETERANS „ „^, ^^ , ^_ 

ADM. ZWWALT'S SON TO SPEAK AT ELON COLLEGE 

A(£NT tWITE 

^^CHATHAM^isiDENTi BELIEVE HERBICIDE SPRAY IS KILLING THEM 

^''^mE^P STUDYING CHILDHOOD AG{»ESSION 

AGING 

SEE ALSO CENTENARIANS 

11 ^i SJ^F^lMTraSS^ S OF AGING AND HUMAN DEVEL0P1€NT 

SEE ALSO ORIATRICS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S TASK FORCE ON AGING 

SEE ALSO LIFE EXPECTANCY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL INSTITUTE CF AGING 

SEE ALSO N.C. DIVISION OF AGING 

SEE ALSO OLDER WOMEN'S LEAGIE 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COLWTY DEPT. ON AGING 

SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING 

SEE W.SO SENILITY 

SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 

1 ^g S^AN^^SfsiSN HOSPITAL, AGING PROGRAM 

^^lOLffilST^YsScS COULD BE KEY TO EXTENDING LIFE SPAN 
SEMINAR SLATED FRIDAY 
LECTURE SLATED ON AGING AT UNC 
DIKE PROFESSOR EDITS ENCYCLOPEDIA ON AGIW3 

COFLES, AGING PARENTS FACE DOMESTIC ADJUSTMENTS „„^,„^ ,, ^ 
Snm: LEAD HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE LINK MORE UNCOMMON OUTSIDE U.S. 
PERFORM^ OF SIMPLE TASKS LINKED TO HEALT}f-RESEARa«R 
PHYSICIANS LEARN FROM ELDERLY PATIENT 
AGING CwIeS^NY changes: WOMEN AGING FOCUS OF POTGRAM 
IN SEARCH OF THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH: DUKE STUDIES DRUG... 
ADULTS CARE F(K AGING PARENTS AT HOME 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 1/05/1987 A 1 N U82 



I 

I 



s 


2 7/04/1987 C 1 


P N H30 


H 


2 10/09/1987 A 


N M97 


S 


2 10/09/1987 C 


N U82 


H 


2 11/30/1987 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 12/07/1987 A ' 


) L 



H 2 11/18/1987 C 3 N L90 



S 2 5/30/1987 A 8 P N 
S 2 7/25/1987 C 3 P N 
S 2 10/19/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 1/18/1987 C 7 N 



i\ 



H 2 7/27/1987 C 1 N 
S 2 5/19/1987 B 1 N B85 



H 


2 


1/12/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


1 


3/10/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 C 


2 N D80 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 B 


2 N ZU 


H 


2 


4/28/1987 B 


9 N R80 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


i N U80 


s 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


1 F 


s 


2 


5/14/1987 A 


6 D F G59 


H 


2 


6/1A/1987 B 


1 D N C60 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 B 


1 P F G59 



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imM OF CALCIUM STUDIED AS CAUSE OF ICMORY LOSS 
OLDER UOlO HAVE HARD TIME KEEPING THEIR HO«S 
SIBLINGS DRAW CLOSER AS T}£Y Affi, DUKE RESEARCHER FINDS 

AGORAPHOBIA 

SEE ALSO PHOBIAS 
ROAD TO FREEDOM OPEN FOR PANIC AHACK VICTIMS 



H 2 11/20/1987 C 5 N 
H 2 11/24/1987 C 6 Q 
H 2 12/19/1987 C 2 N 



H 2 10/27/1987 B 1 P N CAO 



H 2 3/16/1987 C 1 N 



H 


2 3/16/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/11/1987 A 


20 


N 


S 


2 6/17/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 9/08/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 11/05/1987 A 


16 


N 


S 


2 11/14/1987 C 




N 



AGRICULTURAL FAIRS 
SEE COUNTY FAIRS 

AGRICaTUML PARKS 

SEE ALSO AGRICILTURAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO FARJCRS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND I£VB.OPJCNT PARKS 
SEE ALSO RU^AL ECONOMIC KVELOPMENT _^ 

6E^£RAL ASSEMBLY MOVING A6RICU.TURE TO FRONT BURNER 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY 
SEE FARM PROOJCTION 

AGRICU-TUR/y. RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO AGRICU.Tl«AL PARKS 

SEE ALSO N.C. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, RESEARCH 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY MOVING AGRICULTURE TO FRONT BUR^CR 

SEAWEED BEING STUDIED AS CRCK* 

RESEARCH GROUP SEEKING MORE BIOTECWWLOGY FIMS 

METEOROLOGISTS DESIGN FORECASTS FOR FAR^ERS 

OZWE DELETERIOUS TO CROPS 

RALEIK1 SCIENTIST IS HONORED BY AGRICULTU^ DEPARTMENT 

N.C. FARMERS TO VOTE ON RESEARCH PROGRAM 

AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATItW SERVICE (ASCS) „ 

SEE PLSO CHATHAM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE 
SEE «.S0 DIKHAH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE 

SEE ALSO ORANffi COUNTY AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE (ASCS) 

REACTION MIXED ON LEAF'S i€M LEASE, TRANSFER LAWS H 2 1/25/1987 B 

AGRICULTURE 

SEE ALSO CROPS 
SEE ALSO FARMERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO LIVESTOCK 
SEE ALSO N.C. AGRIBUSINESS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO N.C. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE 
SEE ALSO N.C. FARM BUREAU 
SEE ALSO SEAFOID INDUSTRY 
^E ALSO U.S. DEPT. OF AGRIO^TIM 
XRDAN DEFENDS USE OF DEADLINES FOR LEGISLATION 

AGRICULTURE, EXPORTS 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 
SEE ALSO N.C, EXPORTS 
SEE ALSO U.S., EXF-ORTS 
FARMERS TOLD FI^ TRADE CfH VELP THEM 

AHOSKIE, N.C. 

FIRE DESTROYS SECTION OF AHOSKIE REST WM. 
SMALL N.C. TOWN BATTLES TWO-BLOCK 'LAWLESS ZONE' 

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILD SUFTORT 

SEE ALSO DURHAM C£\MU DEPT. OF 30CIH. SERVICES 
SEE ALSO DURHAM DAY CARE COUNCIL 

REDUCED PHOiC BILL PLAN TO BE EXPANDED 

PERSON BOARD QUESTIONS ICRKFARE'S COST-EFFICIENCY 

LAWYER FROM DlffHAM ARGIES IN HIGH COURT 

DUKE'S AID >£LPS: THIS SOPHWtt)RE'S ABILITY IS KEEPING J€R IN SCHOOL 



H 2 5/29/1987 A 16 N 



H 2 12/10/1987 C 14 P N 



H 2 2/19/1987 A 15 N 
S 2 8/22/1987 A 12 N 



H 2 1/23/1987 A 15 N 

H 1 2/03/1987 C 1 N S80 

S 2 5/23/1987 A 1 P N B85 

H 2 5/25/1987 A 1 N N36 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



WELFARE A BEHAVIORIAL PROBLEM 

BLATANT SEXISM, IGNCRANtt .^^tt™ 

GTE CUSTOMERS MAY QUALIFY FOR RATE REIIUCTI(»( 

BOARD RE-ELECTS KTICERS 

MAYOR'S JOBS PROS^AM NEEDS CAREFUL THOjafT 

hftJDGINS BLASTS MYTHS StWDOUING 'SHARE' PROGRAM 

ICLFARE FRAUD RATE LOWER IN DWfHAM 

lELFARE FRAUD STORY mX. WRONG Fia^ 

AIR AMH1M:E SERVICE 

SEE ALSO AIRCARE _ . „ 

SEE ALSO AMBU-ANCE SERVICE, N.C^^ ,„™.rrT. «^.Tr,r 
SEE (tSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, ^£LICOPTER SERVICE 
SEE ALSO fflllCOPTERS 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL AIR (DERATION ,^„.^ .™.T«r 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL,^f€LICOPTER SERVia 

GREENVILLE AIR AMBULANCE CRASHES; 3 BODIES FOIMI 

tii^^LKS^^\? THOUGHT CRASH SITE OEAR^^^^^ 

S^^s5i^ffi ^JSTH5^K ^S^g^ VICITM 

MEMORIAL HELia»>TER SERVICE RU.ED SAFE 

AIRAMBULAfCE SAVES LIVES; DWE OFFICIALS QUERY SAFETY 

AIR-AMBUJ!1(CE CRASH RATE SAID HI»1 

DUKE PIO^EERED N.C. USE OF AIR W1KJLANCES 

SS^ffio^S K^UcKflfSEra^"^ 

S^gt'fAfR^^S^SE^SKJDS rOl^TH PILOT TO ^H^LE LOAD 

;s^rsKH2^;EL"?K skei ^v^ce^^^s^^-^ 

AIR AMBUJiNCES POST WORST YEAR 

MI^ION^AIR WANTS ALAMANCE CHAPTER FOR PATIENT FLIGHTS 

AIR BAGS ^_ 

SEE ALSO HIGHWAY SAFETY 

^SENATOfifsEAT^T REPEAL SUPPORTED BY LARGE MAJORITY 

AIR CANADA 

SEE ALSO AIRLIiCS ^^^ ^ ,^^^ 

SS-iScoTA^'B^I^'&IfESS-CLASS AIRPU^ SEATS 

AIR C0NDITI0^ERS 
SEE ALSO FANS 
AIR CONDITIONERS STOLEN FROM CHlM:itS 
TWO AIR-CONDITIONING UNITS STOLEN 
ILLUMINATION CASTS LIGHT ON HUMAN NATURE 
POWER USAGE SOARS AS STATE Sie.TERS 
STATE TELLS CASWELL COUNTY OFFICIALS TO COOL JAIL 
PEARSONTOUN STUDENTS SELL IN FUND DRIVE 

^^^ ^CARcffliFcATClCS FIRE, CRASHES f£AR WILMINGTON 
PILOT AND CO-PILOT KILLED IN CRASH 

AIR POaUTION 

SEE ALSO ACID RAIN 

SEE ALSO AUTO POXUTION 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, AIR POLLUTION 

SEE ALSO CLEAN AIR ACT 

SEE ALSO CLIMATE 

SEE ALSO INCINERATORS 

SEE ALSO INDOOR AIR POJ-UTICW 

SEE ALSO ODORS 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION „ 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION PREVENTION PAYS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO SCRUBBERS 



SUBJECTS 


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E ELY 
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H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 


2 5/26/1987 A 
2 6/04/1987 A 
2 6/20/1987 A 
2 7/27/1987 C 
2 11/11/1987 A 
2 11/22/1987 A 
2 12/09/1987 A 
2 12/11/1987 C 


J I ' 

8 N 
1 N M06 
4 E 
1 D F P38 
1 N M06 
1 N 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


8 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 



1/09/1987 A 
1/09/1987 A 
1/10/1987 A 
1/11/1987 C 
1/13/1987 A 
1/23/1987 B 
2/13/1987 A 
2/14/1987 A 
2/14/1987 B 
2/24/1987 B 
3/07/1987 D 
5/02/1987 C 
5/04/1987 B 
6/07/1987 C 
9/02/1987 A 
9/28/1987 C 
11/14/1987 B 
12/02/1987 C 



1 
1 
1 
9 
8 
1 

1 I 
1 
1 

3 I 
5 
1 
1 
7 
10 
1 
1 
2 



N 

P N 

N 



N 

N U80 
N L90 
Q W82 
N W82 
N W82 
N 
N 

N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N D80 
N 
■ P T32 
N 



H 2 3/29/1987 C 7 N 



H 2 9/10/1987 D 8 N 
H 2 12/24/1987 B 2 N 



5/13/1987 C 
6/25/1987 B 
7/13/1987 A 
7/23/1987 A 
8/19/1987 C 
10/29/1987 B 



1 
1 
6 
1 

12 
4 



N 

N 

U GTS 

H 

N 

N 



2 4/24/1987 A 14 N 
2 4/25/1987 C 5 N 



, 



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Y SUBJECTS 



STATE UON'T TOLERATE POLLUTION 

PW€L RECOWCNDS PLAN FOR REGULATIWj AIR POLLUTANTS 

PW£L OFFERS PLAN TO CONTROL POLLUTANTS 

CHLORtRUOfiOCAREON BANS NEEDED NOW, SCIENTIST SAYS 

BEWARE TJ€ OZONE HOLE 

MEASWJEfefTS KTf TO POLLUTION CONTROL— OFFICIAL 

AIR PaLUTANT SYmKIUM KEEPING SCIENTISTS BUSY 

KEEPING FUaS' EXHAUST CLEAN SYMPOSIUM FOCUS 

DUWAM, TWO COUNTIES FLIRT WITH SUB-STANDARD CLEAN AIR 

COMPLAINTS UN(!S«UERED ON CHEMICAL WASTE 

CITY ESCAPES MANDATORY AUTO-EXHAUST TESTING 

DIKE FOREST IS SITE OF ACID-RAIN STUDY 

CRITICS SAY STATE LETTIfffi POLLUTERS OFF EASY 

POLLUTION PANEL SHOWS LITTLE TASTE FOR ITS JOB 

PROTECTING N.C. Fffl^ESTS AGAINST POaUTION 

NEIGHBORS FftOTEST PLANT'S NOISE, DUST 

TRIANON HIGH ON CARBON MONOXIDE LIST 

BOARD WORRIED ABOJT UNC'S DISPOSAL OF ASH 

STUDYJ ACID MIST AFFECTS BREATHING 

CANADIAN SEES HOPE FOR U.S. CLEANING UP AIR 

PAW.ICO POLLUTION 

OZONE REPORTED TAKING TOa ON CROPS IN N.C. 

TEXASOJLf TRYING TO IMPROVE IMAGE 

BREATFC WHILE YOU CfH 

OZONE DELETERIOUS TO CROPS 

THE KSTRUCTION OF MOJNT MITOCLL'S FOREST 

TRIANGLE HIGH ON POLLUTION LIST 

EPA'S CLEAN AIR POLICY COULD AFFECT DURHAM AREA 

EPA USING HOUSE IN CARY TO TEST AIR POUUTANTS INDOORS 

AIR POLLUTION, FIfCS 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION, FINES 

SEE ALSO WATER PaLUTION, FINES 

STATE WON'T TOLERATE POaUTION 

TEXASGULF IS CHALLENGING »5.7 MILLIW FINE BY STATE 

IIWGE OF TEXASGULF CHEMIC^S IS (J1AN6ING 

PAMLICO POLLUTION 

AIR POLLUTION CfflffROL ASSOCIATION 

SCIENTISTS TO MEET FOR AIR POLLUTION SYJffOSIWI 

AIR POLLUTION STANDARDS 

SEE ALSO POLLUTION CONTROL 
MEASURE^ENTS KEY TO POLLUTION CrafTROL— OFFICIAL 
AIR POLLUTANT SYMPOSIUM KEEPING SCIENTISTS BUSY 
KEEPING FUELS' EXHAUST CLEPH SY!ff>OSIUM F(M:US 
AIR QUALin REGULATIONS MAY SLOW FUTURE AIRRKT PROJECTS 
N.C. ENVIRa*€NTAL OFFICIALS CRITICIZE REDUCTION CF FINES 
RALEIGH AREA 8TH IN NATION ON CARBON MONOXIDE LIST 
HOW TO TEST A HOUSE FOR RADON; N.C. HOMEOWNERS CAN DO IT THEMSaVES... 
EPA SHCUJiN'T PENALIZE CITIES, OFFICIALS CONTEND 
PARK INSTITUTE TO GUARD QUALITY OF EPA TESTS 
TRIANGLE HIGH ON POLLUTION LIST 
TRIAN(X£ MAY E£ IN LINE FOR CAR EMISSION CHECKS 
EPA'S CLEAN AIR POLICY COULD AFFECT DlMtflM AREA 

AIR QUALITY 

LACK tr PERMIT WON'T DELAY RDU TERMINAL 

AIR QUALITY REGULATIONS MAY SLOW FUTURE AIRPORT PROJECTS 

JET NOISE BUGGING RUhAREA RESIDENTS 

N.C. RESEARCHERS TRY TO LIM< ACID RAIN TO PUWT DAMAffi 

UNC FINDS URIIC TEST FOR SMOKE EXPOSURE 

TRIANK^ HIGH ON CARBON MONOXIDE LIST 

RALEIGH AREA 8TH IN NATION ON CARBON MONOXIDE LIST 

EPA'S CLEAN AIR POLICY COULD AFFECT DUWAM AREA 

L0NG-RAM3E PLANNERS BACK AT RDU AIRPORT FOR ICW LOOK At€AD 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 
SEE ALSO AIRPORTS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DUWAM AIRPORT 



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1/07/1987 A 
2/13/1987 B 
2/17/1987 A 
3/19/1987 A 
3/25/1987 A 
5/05/1987 C 
5/06/1987 C 
5/07/1987 B 
5/12/1987 C 
5/12/1987 
5/12/1987 
6/29/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/21/1987 
8/M/1987 
8/19/1987 
8/27/1987 
9/25/1987 
10/21/1987 B 
10/22/1987 B 
10/28/1987 A 
10/28/1987 A 
10/30/1987 B 
10/31/1987 A 
11/02/1987 A 
11/03/1987 B 
11/17/1987 A 
11/19/1987 B 
11/20/1987 A 



4 
8 
7 

15 
4 
5 
3 
6 
3 
3 
1 
3 
3 
4 

10 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
4 
9 
6 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 



J 

N U80 

N 

N C60 

E 

N M97 

N R80 

N M97 

N 

N 

N W82 

N 

N 

E 

N C60 

N 

N S92 

N MIO 

N R80 

N M97 

E 

N 

N 

E 

E 

F 

N 

N 

N C60 



P30 



H 2 1/07/1987 A 4 J 

H 2 1/17/1987 B 4 N 

S 2 1/19/1987 A 10 N 

H 2 10/28/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 4/19/1987 C 6 P N M97 



H 


2 5/05/1987 C 


5 


N M97 


H 


2 5/06/1987 C 


3 


N R80 


H 


2 5/07/1987 B 


6 


N M97 


H 


2 7/08/1987 D 


5 


N M97 


H 


2 7/11/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 8/28/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/01/1987 B 


9 C N C60 


H 


2 10/19/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1987 B 


2 


N R80 


S 


2 11/17/1987 A 


1 


N 


S 


2 11/18/1987 A 


1 


N 685 


H 


2 11/19/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 5/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/08/1987 D 


5 


N M97 


S 


2 8/05/1987 A 


6 


N W82 


S 


2 8/11/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 8/21/1987 B 


6 


N U80 


S 


2 8/27/1987 A 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 8/28/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/19/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 C 


8 


N R80 



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1/01/1987 - 12/^1/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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1/21/88 



SEE ALSO RALEIGH/TWaWI AIRPORT, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOIiER 

l*ff UAS h€ DRiyiNG? 

EASING AIRPORT rCAYS AIM OF U.S. PROPOSAL 
APPEALS Ca^T LFHOLBS AWARD OF $1.3 MIUION 
NURSING SHWTAGE KEY IS PROFESSIWWL PAY 
RDU TOkER ON TRACK, MANAGER SAYS 

AIRBORfC WARNING (WD CONTROL PLA^ES 
SEE AIRPLA^£S 

AIRCARE ,„ 

SEE (^SO AIR AHBU.ANCE SERVICE 

SEE ALSO B^tf'TIST HOSPITAL (UINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO BOWWI GRAY SCHOOL OF «EDICI(C 

SEE ALSO f£LICOPTIRS 
OFFICIALS SAY Tt€Y UELCOME AIR AMBULANCE INVESTIGATION 
fCMORIAL'S AIR AMBILANCE SERVICE ADDS FOIKTH PILOT TO HANDLE LOAD 

AIROtK INC 

^rried'aboit radon? tar tea Business offers HOfE test 

^^"^Mffi^FLASH^: so who said T>€ BIG CRASH RB^Y WAS A GOOD THING? 

AIRCRAFT asfETY 

SEE AIRPLANES, StfTTY 

AIRLIFT ASSOCIATES 

AIRPORT BOARD QUESTIONS LIMITS ON BOND-SPENDING 

AIRLINE LANDING FEES , ^^^„ ^^^ 

SEE RALEIGH/HURHAM AIiaWT, AIRLItC LANDIM3 FEES 

AIRLIf€ PILOTS 
SEE PILOTS 

AIRLIh€ PILOTS ASSXIATIW 
SEE ALSO PILOTS 
PIEDM(M AIRLI^E TO USE COaiSIO^ U<«NING KVICE 

AIRLIf€ STEWARDESSES 
SEE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS 

AIRLINES 

SEE ^SO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIIEKTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIR CANADA 

SEE ALSO Pi'ERlCm AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO BRITISH AIRWAYS 

SEE ALSO COHMTTER AIRLINES 

SEE (^.SO EASTERN AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO FLIGHT ATTENDANTS 

SEE ALSO XrS 

SEE ALSO N.C, AIR SPACE „ ,^„ 

SEE ALSO RALEIGHAWWAM AIRPORT, AIRLINE LANDDC FEES 

SEE ALSO miTED AIM-IfCS 

Of£ AIRLINE, VARIEH OF PHO^£ COi«='ANIES (CARTOON) 

BRIEFS iMeO ON AIRLDC ICRGER 

AIRLIfC OFFER'S DEAL TO END fCRGER FIGHT 

RDU CRACKS DOt« ON FLI&TT SEO^ITY 

AIRLINES, ADVERTISING 
SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 
AIRLIfC ADVERTISING GUIDEUf€S READY 

AIRLINES, BAGGAGE 

LOBBYIST TEUS IT AS IT IS 

AIRLINES, "mvns PASSENOT^S" 



S I T 

E L Y 

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BYL 



1/25/1987 D 
1/29/1987 C 
5/21/1987 C 
7/08/1987 A 
8/09/1987 D 



E 

N U82 
N 
E 
P F C19 



H 1 2/24/1987 B 3 P N 
H 2 5/04/1987 B 1 N L90 



H 2 2/05/1987 A 18 N 
H 2 11/05/1987 C 1 U L41 

S 2 9/02/1987 C 1 N U82 



H 2 1/14/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 3/13/1987 A 4 T T R56 

H 2 8/02/1987 B 5 N 

H 2 9/26/1987 B 3 N 

S 2 12/17/1987 A 1 N U82 



H 2 12/19/1987 B 3 P N 
S 2 7/10/1987 A 7 J R53 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



AMERICAN AIRLI^ES GETS TOP GRAICS IN SERVICE REPORT 

AIRLINES, BUSINESS-CLASS SECTIONS 

UINSTON-SALEM COWANY BANKING W BUSIhESS-CLASS AIRPLA>E SEATS 

AIRLINES, DEREGULATION 

HEADQUARTERS (CADING TO CITIES— ANALYST 

AIRLINES, DRINKING 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES, SMOKING REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO ALCOfCL 
FLYING HIGH MAY BE GROlWDEDj DRUNKEN PASSENGERS FAIL TO NOTICE... 

AIRLINES, FARES 

AIRLINE CUTS TICKET PRICES FOR JANUARY 

AJCRICAN AIRLINES' LOU FARE IDEA SOARS 

4 MORE AIRLINES MATCH WIERICAN'S DISCOUNT TICKETS 

CHECK TIC DETAILS 

PIEDMONT RAISING F(«ES BECAUSE OF FUEL COSTS 

A«RICAN OFFERS LOWER FARES ON NEW FLI01TS FROM RDU HUB 

AIRLIIC ADVERTISING GUIDailCS READY 

AIRLINES, FOOD 
SEE M.SO FOOD 
AIRLIIC FOOD SERVICE BIG BUSINESS AT RDU 

AIRLINES, FREQUENT FLIERS 

AMERICAN AIRLIfES TO OFFER FREQIENT FLIERS BONUS TT^IPS 

AIRLIfES, REaJLATIONS 

SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 
EASING AIRPORT DELAYS AIM OF U.S. PROPOSAL 
DOT RULES HILL PRESSURE AIRLIhES TO BE ON TIME 
AIRPORT GROWING, BUT U.S. AGENCY COULD CURTAIL IT 
U.S. BILL l«Y CUT RDU HUB FLIGHTS 

AIRLINES, RESER-VATION ROE 

SUIT FILED OVER AIRLINE RESERVATIONS 

AIRLIICS, SAFETY 

SEE AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

AIRLINES, SCHEDULES 

AtCRICAN READY TO BATTLE FLIGHT DELAYS 
RESERVATION SERVICE ADMITS FLIGHT ERRORS 
REDUCE DELAYS, RISKS 

FLIGHT DELAYS REDUCE AIR TRAVEL'S fiPPm. 
ACCOIMABILITY COUNTS 

AIRLINES, SraKING REGtJLATIONS 

SEE AL9] AIRLKCS, DRIM<ING 

SEE M.SO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN 
TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT WON'T BAN AIRLINE SMOKING 
AIRLI^E CENTER MAY TOP $25 MILLION 
AhERICAN AIRLINES' CHAIRMAN CHASTISED FOR SMOKING 
'ANTI-SMOKING' TRAVELERS M^ING IT WIT FOR AIRLINES 
ATTEMPT TO BAN SMOKING ABOARD AIRLIfCRS lEFEATED 
SEJWTE TO TACKLE BAN ON SMOKING IN PLANES 
N.C. LAWMAKERS FIOfT AIRLINE SMOKING BILL 
TOBACCO COALITION LOST MEMBERS ON AIRLINE SMOKING BAN 
...BUT NONE OF OUR FLIGHTS ARE CERTAIN ANYMORE! (CARTOON) 
SENATORS READY TO CLIP WINGS OF SMOKING BAN 
FIRE WITHOUT SMOKE 
AIRLINE SMOKING BAN DEEDED 
XT NOISE BUGGING RDU-AREA RESIDENTS 

SMOKING ON AIRPLANES, LIKE SPITTING, IS NOT A CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUE 
AIRLINE OFFERS NON-SMOKING aiGHTS 
TOBACCO SUPPORTERS FIGHT AIRLINES SMOKING BAN PLAN 
BILL TO BAN SHORT-aiGHT SMOKING RILES N.C. 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PC L P BYL 



H 2 12/03/1987 C 8 N 
H 2 12/24/1987 B 2 N 
H 2 11/21/1987 C 3 P N K65 



H 


2 9/06/1987 C 


1 N 


S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 1/07/1987 C 
2 6/05/1987 C 
2 6/07/1987 C 
2 6/09/1987 A 
2 7/23/1987 B 
2 9/25/1987 B 
2 12/19/1987 B 


10 N 
5 N R80 
7 N 
4 E 
4 N 
7 N 
3 P N 



S 2 6/19/1987 A 7 P N U82 
H 2 12/30/1987 B 8 N M97 



S 2 1/29/1987 C 1 N U82 

S 2 9/03/1987 A 18 P N 

H 2 10/07/1987 C 12 N M97 

S 2 10/07/1987 C 1 N W82 



H 2 11/25/1987 C 5 N M97 



6/19/1987 A 

6/23/1987 C 

9/04/1987 A 

11/12/1987 A 

12/05/1987 A 



7 P N M82 
5 N R80 
4 E 
4 E 
4 E 



2/26/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/24/1987 
5/31/1987 
7/02/1987 
7/14/1987 
7/15/1987 
7/16/1987 B 
7/17/1987 A 
7/19/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/29/1987 
8/05/1987 
9/10/1987 
9/10/1987 
9/30/1987 
10/01/1987 



N 

N U82 

U L41 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

T 

N 

E 

L 

N U82 

U 

N 

N W82 

N 



R56 



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1/01/1987 - 12/^1/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PA(£ 44 
1/21/88 



SMOKING-BAN LAU MAKING PROGRESS 

HELMS THREATENS FILIBUSTER ON AIRLINE SMWING BAN 

"MINIi IF I SilOKELESS?" (CARTOON) 

F(ES OF SMOKING ON PLACES ACCUSED OF USING EMOTION 

CIGARETTE MAKER CAU^S DELUGE OF TELESWMS 

SMOKING BAN ON SHORT FLIGHTS NEARER ^,^„ 

MB^iTER'S Utmm prompts senator's ANTI-SMOKING FlOff 

SMOdNG BAN NEEDED 

BAN SMOKING ON FLIGHTS __ 

DUW*f hEEDS SMOKING BAN ORDINANCE 

SMOKE-FREE FLIGHTS t€AR REALIZATION 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIKKTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO C-130 (AIRPLAfC) 

SEE ALSO CONOMiE 

SEE ALSO FIGHTER PLWES 

SEE ALSO .^S 

SEE ALSO MAN UIU f€VER FLY MEMORIAL SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO PILOT TRAINING 

SEE ALSO PILOTS 

SEE ALSO PRIVATE AIRPLAfCS 

SEE ALSO RADIO-CONTROLLED AIRPLAJESAND CARS ^,^^„, 

SEE ALSO yOYA(£R AIRCRAR INC. (EXPERIMENTAL AIRCR/^) 

INSIDE „ 

C-130H-30 SHOUS ITS STIFF 

AIRPLA!€S, EtCR-GENCIES _ , ^ 

^PL^'^L^D^^MfTH^i^l-feoUH^, KEMP, THiRMOND ABOARD 
PLANE MAK-ES DCPtSNCY LANDING IN FAYETTEVILLE 
A SMOKING (FFENSE „ ™^n.-.„^ .«« 

MAN INDICTED FOR OPENING PLANE'S EJCRGENa DOOR 
JETLIfCR MAKES e£R(£NCY LANDING IN N.C. 

AIRPLANES, HIJACKING 

SEE HIJACKING, AIRPLAfC 

AIRPLANES, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, AIRPLAYS 

C^^ VOYA(KR VISITS SITE l*«RE WiafT BROTHERS FLEW 
IRIGHT BROT>£RS LOSING ALTITUDE? 

^^I^A^SO^Mc^f ^^ISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM 

ItVM^ U^^Ng' ^iK^'mORE AilRTS THAN EXPECTED 
ALARMS G0IM3 OFF MAY NOT BE M<:injNCTI13N 
DRIVER ELLIOn UNINJURED IN PLA^E COUISION 

^^^^AlV^Ss, jets, N.C. (MILITARY JETS) 
si ALSO ACCIDENTS, JETS, U.S. (MILITARY JETS) 
SEE ALSO MILITARY 
DE-WINGING IT 

AIRPLAfCS, MISSING 

MISSING N.C. PLAfC SOUGHT 

AIRPLAhtS, "fEAR MISSES" 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 
FLAiC'S DELAYED TAKEOFF FORCES ANOT>€R TO CIRCLE 
RESTRICTED AIR SPACE P-ROPOSAL EXPECTED TODAY 
CHARLOTTE AIR RULES TO CHANGE 

JcTKlNG^^DOLE fCARLY COLLIDES WITH ANOTHER CRAFT 



-DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



10/02/1987 A 
10/03/1987 D 
10/14/1987 A 
10/17/1987 B 
10/26/1987 B 
10/30/1987 A 
11/05/1987 A 
11/16/1987 A 
11/26/1987 A 
12/02/1987 A 
12/16/1987 A 



12 
4 
4 
3 
5 
15 
17 
4 
4 
4 
7 



N 
N 
T 
N 
N 
N 
N 
E 
L 
L 
N 



2 6/27/1987 C 
1 9/02/1987 B 



1 U T30 
1 P P 



2/26/1987 B 

8/20/1987 D 

8/30/1987 D 

11/01/1987 C 

12/31/1987 A 



S 2 6/13/1987 C 1 U T30 
H 2 12/18/1987 C 5 P N 
H 2 12/24/1987 B 2 N 



S 2 5/08/1987 A 

H 2 6/09/1987 B 

S 2 6/10/1987 A 

H 2 11/25/1987 D 



1 N U82 
9 N 
4 E 
1 P N 



H 1 8/14/1987 B 1 P P 
S 2 12/26/1987 A 1 N 



H 


2 S/20/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 8/22/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 8/23/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 8/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 10/16/1987 A 


8 


N 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



AIR SAFETY PROBLEMS STILL PLAGUE MRS. DOLE 

AIRPLANES, SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIFS'LAiCS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLAfES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE (LSQ ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDEJffS, AIRPUUES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AIRPORT SEO^ITY SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

PIEDMONT AIRLINE TO USE COLLISI(»( l*«NING DEVICE 

PIEDMONT AIRLIhCS IS FIRST TO USE UiWNING SYSTEM 

Sm DIAL 

USE OF AIR SAFETY DEVICES MAY HIKE FARES 

TEST OF COaiSION WARNING DEVICE BRINGS MORE ALERTS THAN EXPECTO 

ALARMS (aiNG IFF HAY NOT BE MALFIMITION 

PIEDMONT PAYS 430,000 FINE 

SENSORS IN PIEDMONT JETS UARN PILOTS OF WIND SJCAR 

RESTRICTED AIR SPACE PROPOSAL EXPECTED TODAY 

CH(«LOTTE AIR RULES TO CHM3E 

FAA MAY TIGHTEN RDU'S AIR-SAFETY RESTRICTIONS 

THE HORNET'S hEST (CARTOON) 

COfPETE FOR SAFETY 

MAKE SAFEH TAU JUST PLAIN TAU 

RESTRICTIONS COULD DRIVE PRIVATE PILOTS FTOM N.C. SKIES 

REDUCE DELAYS, RISKS 

FLYING HIGH MAY BE (^OUNDEDj DRUNKEN PASSENORS FAIL TO NOTICE... 

FEDERAL RULING TO AFFECT SMALL AIRCRAFT IN N.C. 

AIR SAFETY PROBLEMS STILL PLAGIE MRS. DOLE 

RDU CRACKS DOl*^ ON FLIGHT SEOKITY 

RDU DIRECTOR CORRECT IN DEMAND F«? SECURITY 

AIRPLAt£S, SHOOTINGS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, AIRPLANES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SHOOTINGS, U.S. 
Cmm SENSE TAKES A BEATING IN AMERICA 

AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT AID PROQWM 

CONGRESSIONAL DELAY STALLS RDU TAXIWAYS 

AIRPORT SECURITY SYSTEMS 
^E ALSO AIRPLAfCS, S/fETY 
SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 

JOB DEDICATION KEY TO AIRPORT SECURITY 

MRS. DOLE ORDERS FAA TO TOUGHEN SECURITY 

CONDEMNING ISRAa UNFAIRLY 

ISRAa'S CONDUCT MftORABLE 

ISRAEL FAIR TO TOURISTS 

AIRPORTS, INTERNATIONAL, SECURITY 
SEE AIRPORT SECURlTf SYSTEMS 



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S 2 10/17/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 


1/14/1987 B : 


! N 


H 


2 


3/18/1987 B : 


! N 


S 


2 


4/06/1987 C ] 


F 


S 


2 


5/08/1987 A 1 


N U82 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 B <i 


' N 


S 


2 


6/10/1987 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 A ■ 


r N 


S 


2 


8/20/1987 C I 


) N 


H 


2 


8/22/1987 A 1 


I N 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 A 1 


I N 


S 


2 


8/25/1987 A ] 


I N B85 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 A ' 


> T T C50 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 A ' 


» E 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 A ' 


1 E 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 C < 


} N 


H 


2 


9/04/1987 A ' 


i E 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 C 


I N 


S 


2 


9/17/1987 A : 


5 J R53 


S 


2 10/17/1987 A ' 


\ E 


S 


2 


12/17/1987 A 


I N U82 


S 


2 


12/17/1987 A ' 


t E 



S 2 12/14/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 12/02/1987 A 1 N U82 



2 6/23/1987 A 

2 7/17/1987 A 

2 7/30/1987 A 

2 7/30/1987 A 

2 7/30/1987 A 



AIRPORTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DO UGLAS AIRPORT (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) 

SEE ALSO FAYETTEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRFIKT _ 

SEE ALSO aSENSBORO REGIONAL AIRPORT (CHANGED TO PIEDMONT TRIAD INTERNAT'L AIRPORT) 

SEE ALSO HORACE WILLIAMS AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO N.C, AIR SPACE 

SEE ALSO N.C. AERONAUTICS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY, N.C, AIRPORTS 

SEE ALSO PERSON COWITY, N.C, AIRPORTS _ „,, 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TRIAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (FOTOERLY GREENSBORO REGIONAL AIRPORT) 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/IiURHAM AIRPORT 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/Dl^HAM AIRPORT AUTHORITY 

SEE ALSO UAKE SOUTH REGIONAL AIRPORT ^ ^ ,^, ,^^, 

STATE BELIEVO KEY IN DRUG SMUGGLING H 2 4/06/1987 

CHANGE IS IN WE AIR: AS AREA GROWS, SMALL AIRPORTS HOPE TO TAKE OFF H 2 4/26/lW 
VALENTKC WANTS STATES TO SHARE AIRPORT COSTS S 2 6/09/1987 

ASt€VILLE TO GET SJEAR DETECTOR S 2 8/21/1987 

PIEDMONT TRIAD AIRPORT SUGGESTED AS NAME H 2 8/28/1987 

RESTRICTIONS COULD I«IVE PRIVATE PILOTS FROM N.C. SKIES H 2 8/28/1987 



N 

F S80 
N U82 
N 
N 
N 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



Ct»frW>CTS AWARDED FOR LANDING SYSTEM 
3 WAKE ¥AYORS PLAN TO OFf OSE SHOOTING RANGE 
FEDERAL RULING TO AFFECT SMALL AIRCRAFT IN N.C. 
TWO QUESTIC*^ SNAG UATAUGA AIRf^]RT PL«« 
N.C. CCh91ISSI0N OFflBES AIRSPACE EXPANSION 
FRANKLIN AWAITING AIRPCRT RESPONSE 

AIRPORTS RLff^^ 

TROOPS FROM N.C. BUILD AIRSTRIP IN HOfffiURAS 
FCKT BRAOS TROtPS BUILDING AIRSTRIP IN HCMiUVtS 

AiraWTS, U.S. „_ ,^ 

SEE flSO AIR l^fifflC CONTROLERS 
RESTRICTED AIR SPACE PROF'OSAL EXPECTED TODAY 
CmRLOTTE AIR RLLES TO CWiNK 
FLYING LETS YtX) H«RY AW) WAIT 
AIRPORT 6R0UING, BlIT U.S. AGENCY COULD CURTAIL IT 

AIRPORTS, U.S., SECURITY 

SEE AIRPORT SEOJ^ITY SYSTEMS 

AIRSHIP INDUSTRIES ^ „„^, „^ 

BLIMP CONTRACT LIFTS ELIZAKTH CITY 
BU* Cavafi fWY MOVE TO TE<AS 

AIRSF'ACE 

N.C. COmiSSIffi^ 0PF13SES AIRSPACE EXPiWSION 
LEGISLATIVE PAfCL OPPOSES EXPANDING MILITARY AIRSPACE 

AIRSTRIPS 

SEE AIRPORTS, RURAL 

AIRWAY F0W1 INDUSTRIES CO. 

ASHEVILLE INDUSTRY XSTROYED BY FIRE 

(t-ANON 

SEE ALSO ALCOHCLISM _ ^„ ^,^ 

CHILIJO OF ALCOHOLICS AIDED BY COIXSELING 
CHILDREN FIGHT TO OVERCOME PARENTS' ALCOWS.ISM 
CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS SELF-t£LP GROU^ LISTED 

ALABAMA _^ 

'REJGICW' mS NO PITD*£N 
m^Vrf^ISM OR LAZIf£SS? 
ALAaWA JUD(£ ERRED 
YOU CAN'T AVOID RELIGIW 
PROBLEM [F 'CRUISERS' SO-VED IN ALA. T(MI 
PRI1.CTTE POINTS TO ALA. TO BLOCK N.C. RACING 
CONSORTIUM ON WASTE HARO-Y A FLAKY IDEA 

^^IaMANCE DOESN'T RE^Y HAVE AN 'OFF YEAR' FOR ELECTIONS 
JW COUNCILMEN FILE FOR BtW-INGTON MAYOR 
BURLINGTON LIQUOR VOTE HIM.IGHTS i:i.AMAN^ RACES 
FIRE DISTRICT TAX APPROVED IN SIX ALAmNCE PRECINCTS 

AUWtNCE BATTLEH^CXM) STATE HISTORIC SITE 

STATE HISTORIC SITE TO HA*.€ CXONIAL FLAVOR 

ALAfWNCE CIVIC DANCE CO. 
SEE i^SO DANCE 
dfi^X. IN AUVWCE 

CLAMANCE CWWNITY COLLEGE _ 

SEE ALSO TED*^ID^ CCLLEK OF AL/WkNCE 

TEOMC^ ra-LEK OFALAMfWCE WILL BE ALLIANCE COmJNITY COLLEGE 
TCA INVITES AREA OTICIALS TO MECTING 

SEE (^SO AU-IED'cmRCHES OF ALAMNCE COWTY 



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9/02/1987 B 

9/05/1987 A 

9/17/1987 A 

10/30/1987 B 

11/19/1987 A 

11/25/1987 C 



2/06/1987 A 
2/07/1987 C 



8/22/1987 A 

8/23/1987 A 

9/02/1987 B 

10/07/1987 C 



1 
8 
5 
12 
1 
1 



1 

1 

1 

12 



N 
N 
J 
N 
N 
N T33 



R53 



N 
N 

U C09 
N M97 



S 2 6/10/1987 C 9 N 
H 1 6/12/1987 B 3 N 



S 2 11/19/1987 A 1 N 
H 2 11/20/1987 C 16 N 



H 2 11/24/1987 C 4 N 



S 

s 
s 


2 3/11/1987 A 
2 12/04/1987 A 
2 12/04/1987 A 


4 E 
6 D F G59 
6 N G59 


s 

H 
H 
H 
S 

s 
s 


2 3/07/1987 A 
2 3/08/1987 D 
2 3/20/1987 A 
2 4/02/1987 A 
2 8/04/1987 A 
2 10/05/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 A 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
4 


E 

E 
L 
L 
E 
N 
E 


H 
H 
H 
H 


1 6/27/1987 C 

1 8/08/1987 C 

2 11/01/1987 D 
1 11/06/1987 C 


1 
1 
3 
2 


N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N H60 



H 1 10/07/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 1 3/19/1987 B 1 N 



1 10/06/1987 C 1 
1 12/01/1987 C 1 



N 
N H60 



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SEE ALSO AMBULANCE SERVICE, ALAMANCE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO CEDARtXK PARK 

SEE ALSO l*IITED WAY OF ALAMANCE 
FIRE DESTROYS Mia IN ALAMANCE 
mi tlMVUCE. TRUCK STOP IfflUJ BE THIRD IN AREA 
ALAM(WCE TEEN PRtGNANCY REFIDRT IS CALLED SOBERING 
ALAMANCE QUALIFIES FOR ASSISTANCE IN FEEDS PROGRAM 
ALAMANCE PONDERS CASTItW ITS FATE UITH TRIAD COIMIES 
FIRE DISTRICT TAX APPROVED IN SIX ALAMANCE PRECINCTS 
MISSION AIR 1*WTS ALAMANCE CHAPTER FOR PATIENT FLIGHTS 
OPERATION SA^fTA CLAUS LAUNCHED TO HELP PEOPLE WO WON'T BE HWE... 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, BOND ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAfWNCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOND ISSUE PROPOSED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. , BUDGET 

ALAMANCE BOARD CHANGES BUICET PLA^8<ING PROCESS 

ALAMANCE BOARD CLOSE TO APPROVING BUDGET 

ALAMANCE BOARD OKS BUDGET, RETAINS TAX RATE OF 50 CENTS 

ALAMANCE STUDIES LIBRARY FINANCING 

L0« PAY HW?TS ALAMANCE EMS, SAYS DIRECTOR 

(lAMANtX COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO (ilAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECHONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COIMY COMMISSIONERS, ELECTIONS 

SEE W.SO BURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BIKLINGTON CITY CO^tCIL, ELECTIONS 
ONLY 16 PEOPLE ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOa DISTRICT VOTC 
ALAMANCE DOESN'T REALLY HAVE AN 'OF YEAR' FOR ELECTI(»B 
ABSENTEE BALLOTS NOW AVAILABLE FOR ELECTIONS IN ALAMANCE 
REGISTRATION CLOSES MONDAY 
TIME GROWS SHORT ON ALAMANCE ABSENTEE BALLOTS 
BURLINGTON LIQUOR VOTE HIGH.IGHTS ALAMANCE RACES 
FIRE DISTRICT TAX APPROVED IN SIX ALAMANCE FISCINCTS 
ALCON TO SEEK RE-EL£CTIC»J TO ALAMANCE COUNH BOARD 

ALAMANCE COtMY, N.C, EW^OYEES 

150 ALAMANCE SALARIES MAY BE RECLASSIFIED 

ALAMANCE TO BEGIN CONDEMNATION CF 202 ACRES FOR POSSIBLE LANDFILL 

SOME ALAMANCE OFFICIALS TO GET «RIT PAY INCREASES 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, FIRE DISTRICTS 

ALAMfWCE NAMES WATERSHED RULES ADJUST>ENT BOARD 

ALAMANCE BOARD CLOSE TO APPROVING BUDGET 

ABSENTEE BALLOTS NOU AVAILABLE FOR ELECTIONS IN ALAMANCE 

TIME &XMS SHORT ON ALAMANCE ABSENTEE BALLOTS 

FIRE DISTRICT TAX APPROVED IN SIX ALAMANCE PRECINCTS 

WJ«1ANCE COUNTY, N.C, HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, LANDFILL 
ALAMANCE OFFICIAL FAVORS LEGAL STEPS TO BLOCK PLANT 
TASK FORCE IN ALAMANCE (£TS SIX MORE MEMBERS 
HAZARDOUS UASTE INCINERATOJ SITES TRIWCD TO 16 
ALAMANCE AND 6UIU0RD OFFICIALS MEET 

ALAM^WCE COUNTY, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, INDUSTRKt DEVaOPMENT 
ALAMANCE FORUM LOOKS AT fffEDS FOR FUTURE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. , LANDFILL 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COJNTY, N.C. , HAZARDOUS UASTE TREATMENT 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, LANDFILL 

SEE ALSO CITIZENS AGAINST HAU RIVER LANDFILL 

ALAMANCE BOARD TO HOLD hEARING WED^£SDAY ON PROPOSED LANDFILL 

ALAMANCE BOARD CHAWSS BUDGET PLANNING PROCESS 

AU^1<««E TO STUDY LANDFILL 'MOUNDING' 

ALAMANCE DUiff' PLAN OPPOSED BY PIHSBORO 

ALAMANCE BOARD FORMING TASK FORCE TO STUDY UASTE DISPOSAL SOLUTIOIS 

TASK FORCE IN ALAMANCE GETS SIX MORE fCMBERS 



5/12/1987 C 
7/10/1987 B 
7/10/1987 B 
10/20/1987 C 
10/24/1987 B 
11/06/1987 C 
12/02/1987 C 
12/10/1987 B 



1 4/11/1987 C 
1 6/27/1987 C 
1 9/23/1987 C 
1 10/03/1987 C 

1 10/21/1987 B 

2 11/01/1987 D 
1 11/06/1987 C 
1 12/24/1987 B 



H 1 10/21/1987 B 
H 1 11/18/1987 C 
H 1 12/08/1987 C 



1 5/23/1987 C 
1 5/28/1987 B 
1 9/23/1987 C 
1 10/21/1987 B 
1 11/06/1987 C 



H 1 1/22/1987 B 

H 1 2/03/1987 C 

H 1 7/31/1987 B 

H 1 9/25/1987 C 



N 
N 
N 

N H60 
N 

N H60 
N 
N H60 



H 1 12/04/1987 B 1 N 



H 




1/06/1987 B 




N K68 


H 




5/28/1987 B 




N 


H 




6/02/1987 C 




N 


H 




7/11/1987 C 




N H60 


H 




8/22/1987 C 




N T35 



N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N T35 



1 N 
1 N T35 
1 N T35 



N H60 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N H60 



1 N H60 

1 N K68 

1 N 046 

1 N T35 



H 1 11/13/1987 B 1 N T35 



H 




1/03/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 




1/06/1987 B 


1 


N K68 


H 




1/10/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 




1/13/1987 B 


10 


N K65 


H 




1/21/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




2/03/1987 C 


1 


N K68 



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LANDFILL PQWIT HIN(XS ON MORE TEST WELLS AT SITE 

PW£L TO STUDY ALAMiWCE L/MTILL PROBLEM 

STATE PLANS TO SPEED U' UVffiFILL PERMIT REVIEWS 

ALA«<«CE PA^EL E£GINS WASTE DISPOSAL STUDY 

Mli CHAIRmS UANTSMEETING UITH STATE OFFICIW.S ON LANDFILL PERMIT 

BILL COIU BLIXK PLANS FOR LMJFILL 

ALAMANCE MAY EXPEDITE TESTS ON LANIf ILL SITE 

ALAM(!WC£ CO(WISSI0f€RS f£ET TODAY (SJ TESTS FtK LANIfILL SITE 

TEhPERS FLARE ON WjyiANCE LANDFILL ISSUE 

L£GISLATORS DISCUSS BILL TO ElOCK LANIfILL 

LMflLL BILL WES TO SUBCOMMITTEE 

CHATHAM TO OPPOSE LANDFILL AT HEARING 

SOUTH ORm^E SQUAD TO GET FE^tf^INGTW RESCUE CAUS 

SPONSOR BACKING OFF ON LANIf lU ^EASURE ___ ^„ 

ALAMANCE OFFICIAL BaiEVES UWDFILL REQUIRDefTS «T 

TUO COUNTIES STILL AT ODDS OVER LANDFILL 

ALAIWICE LANIfILL 

PRCfftJSED ALAMANCE LANDFILL IS TW£AT TO JORDAN LA)<E 

ALAMANCE, STATE STICIALS TO l€ET ON LANDFILL ISSUE 

ALAMWCE (^f ICIALS TOLD U^DFILL MUST HAVE LIfCR 

ALAMAfCE DISTRICT AHORfCY SAYS LEASE EXPIRING 

SxONSAYS DILEMMA OVER LANDFILL PUTTING JOBS ON UVE IN ALAMii^CE 

ALAMi!M:E'S BOARD VOTES TO UIT>«tfiA« LMDFILL APPLICATION 

ALiWiNCE BOARD TOLD COWTY WILL NEED LANDFILL 

WjWiNCE waste DISPOSAL DISCUSSED 

ALAMANCE MAY REVAMP ANIMAL CONTRCL POLICY 

PROPOSAL WITHDRAWN ON DISPOSAL OF ALAmNCE WASTES ^ ,„ . 

GROUP PADDLES ALONG THE HAU RIVER TO SEE THE PRETTY, SfSX T>£ UGLY 

ALAMANCE GROUP HOPES TO ESTABLISH RECYCLING PROGRAM 

ALAMANCE CCUNH tSTS GCBD hOS ON LANIfILL 

AUWWCE TO BEGIN COffiEfWATION (F 202 ACRES FOR POSSIBLE LANDFILL 

ALAMANCE COUffTY, N.C, LIBRARIES _^ 
SEE ALSO HJRIINGTON, N.C., LIBRlWIES 
SEE ALSO LIBR/«IES, N.C. 
ALAMAfCE STUDIES LIBRARY FINANCING 

ALAMAICE COJKTY, N.C, LOCAL OPTION ELECTION 
SEE ALAMANCE COIWTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

ALAftWCE COJNTY, N.C, OFFICE PROPERTY _„,„„^ 

ALAMANCE DISTRICT ATTCRf€Y SAYS LEASE EXPIRIM3 ^,^^ 

ALAMA^C£ COWfTY'S DISTRICT A^OR^£Y, STAFF MOVE TO NEW CFFICES 

ALAMWCE COU?iTY, N.C, ORDINANCES _„,„,,^ 

ALAM/^CE COUNTY MAY SOON ADOPT NOISE ORDINANCE 
ALAMANCE UATERS^O RULES DEBATED 
ALAMANCE ADOPTS WATERSHED RULES 
ALAMANCE m£S WATERSHED RULES AIUfiT>ENT BOARD 
AUWANCE MAY REVAJff' ANIMAL OKTROL Pa.ICY 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ™PERTY^^ALUATIW 

SOME RESIDENTS OF GRAHAM UPSET OVER PROPERTY TAX BILLS 

ALAMANCE COfNTY, N.C, PROPERTY TAXES 

SOME RESIDENTS OF GRAHAM LFSET OVER PROPERTY TAX BILLS 
ALAMANCE RETIREMENT CENTER (RANTED TAX-EXEMPT STATUS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ROADS 

WATER LINE REQUEST MORE THAN OK'D 
AREA HIGHWAY I^9=■R■0VEMENTS ARE APPROVO 
HERE ARE MORE («EA PROJECTS IN HIGH4AY PLAN 

ALAMANCE COWfTY, N.C, WATER AND SEUER LINES 
WATER LIh£ REQUEST MORE THAN OK'D 

ALAMANCE COJNTY, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO ORANGE/ALAMAfCE WATER SYSTEM 
MEBAfC VOTERS APPROVE BONDS 
ALAMANCE WATERS^€D RULES DEBATED 



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2/10/1987 C 




N 


H 




2/11/1987 C 




N H60 


H 




2/13/1987 B 




N L40 


H 




2/13/1987 B 




N 


H 




2/25/1987 C 




N 


H 




2/25/1987 C 




N R53 


H 




3/10/1987 B 




N 


H 




3/12/1987 B 




N H60 


H 




3/13/1987 B 




N 


H 




3/13/1987 B 




N L40 


H 




3/18/1987 C 




N L40 


H 




4/08/1987 C 




H H60 


H 




5/05/1987 C 




N K65 


H 




5/28/1987 B 




N L40 


H 




5/30/1987 C 




N H60 


H 




6/10/1987 C 




N 


H 




6/25/1987 A 




L 


S 




6/25/1987 A 




L 


H 




7/03/1987 B 




N H60 


H 




7/07/1987 B 




N 046 


H 




7/07/1987 B 




N H60 


H 




7/08/1987 C 




N 


H 




7/21/1987 C 




N 


H 




8/01/1987 C 




N 


H 




8/19/1987 C 




N 


H 




9/16/1987 C 




N T35 


H 




10/10/1987 C 




N 


H 




10/25/1987 C 




N K65 


H 


3 10/27/1987 C 




N H60 


H 




11/03/1987 C 




H T35 


H 




11/18/1987 C 




N T35 



H 1 7/11/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 1 7/07/1987 B 
H 1 12/30/1987 B 



1 N H60 
1 N H60 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 
1 

1 
1 
1 


3/03/1987 C 
4/23/1987 B 
5/05/1987 C 
5/23/1987 C 
9/16/1987 C 


1 
1 
1 

1 
1 


N 

N K68 
N 

N H60 
N T35 


H 


1 


8/04/1987 B 


1 


N T3S 


H 
H 


1 

1 


8/04/1987 B 
8/19/1987 C 


1 
1 


N T35 
N 


H 
H 
H 


1 
2 

1 


6/17/1987 C 

7/11/1987 C 

11/14/1987 C 


1 
2 

1 


N 

N 046 
N R53 



H 1 6/17/1987 C 1 N 



1 1/14/1987 C 
1 4/23/1987 B 



N H60 
N K68I 



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AUWANCE ADOPTS UATERStO RULES 
ALAMANCE NAMES UATERSJ€D RULES ADJUSTMENT BOARD 
NEU ALAMAI>(CE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT TO MEET 
BURLINGTON TO CONSERVE WATER TO AID NEIGHBORS 
ALAMANCE CHIES LIFT WATER RESTRICTIONS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ZONING 

ALAMANCE C0W1ISSI0NERS GIVE PRIt^ITIES FOR ZONING BOARD WORK 
OFFICIALS RESENT STATE ZONING INTERFERENCE 

sa€ RESiiorrs of graham upset over property tax bills 

ALAMANCE FORUM LOOKS AT ICEDS FOR FUTURE 

fLmtKZ COIWTY ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICE 

ALAMANCE MAY REWW ANIMAL CONTROL POUCY 

ALAMANCE COJNTY ARTS CENTER 
ART EXHIBITION OPENS 

ALAMANCE COMY ARTS COUNCIL 

ALAMANCE ARTS COUCIL SEEKS FIMB, NEU FACES 

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

ARTS FESTIVAL OPENIfffi IN ALAMANCE 

FESTIVAL SPWSORS HOPE SUWY TRADITION HOLDS UP 

ALAMANCE COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS 
ROXBORO exchange club names CITIZEN OF YEAR 

ALW1ANCE COtMY AHORtCY 

N.C. MEMORIAL, fOICAL SCHOOL SUE ALAMANCE 

ALAM<WCE COUNTY BASEBALL CAMP 
SEE ALSO BASEBALL 
BOYS OF SUWER... 

«JWINCE COOTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

NEU ALAfWNCE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT TO (€ET 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCAHON 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD UILL MEET WITH ADMINISTRATORS AND PRINCIPW.S 

ALAMANCE EOJCATION BOARD SETS MEETING 

DRUG PROGRAMS SLATED FOR ALAMANCE SCHMLS 

ALAMANCE, CAStEU SCHOaS REVISE SCHEDULES TO MAKE UP MISSED DAYS 

SALES TAX EXEMPTION BEING URISED FOR SCHOOLS 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD f€ETING 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD TO HOLD TWO MEETINGS 

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 

ALAMANCE STUDENTS, TEACHERS DUE HONORS 

PRINCIPAL NAMED AT H^AHAM SCWX3L 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOARD SETS MEETING 

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 

PRINCIPALS NAMED AT TUO ALAMANCE SCHOOLS 

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 

(UAMANCE SCHOOL BOND ISSUE PROPO^D 

ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDU:ATI0N, BUDGET 

ALAMANCE OFFICIAL U<GES SINGLE PLAN BY SCHOOLS 

(LCmUCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COl^CIL, ELECTItWS 

A FEU BURLINGTON FOLKS TO VOTE TODAY 

3 REAPPOINTED TO ELECTIONS BOARD 

ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

SEE BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY CHAMBER (F C0M9CRCE 



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5/05/1987 C 
5/23/1987 C 
7/10/1987 B 
9/03/1987 B 
9/11/1987 C 



N 

N H60 
N H60 
N HbO 
N H60 



H 1 4/07/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 4/15/1987 B 1 N S80 

H 1 8/04/1987 B 1 N T35 

H 1 11/13/1987 B 1 N T35 



H 1 9/U/1987 C 1 N T35 
H 1 9/17/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 10/24/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 


1 


3/17/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/01/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


4/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 B 


6 


N W27 


H 


2 


7/05/1987 B 


3 P P F70 


H 


1 


7/10/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 




1/08/1987 B 




N 


H 




2/06/1987 B 




N 


H 




2/13/1987 B 




N 


H 




3/20/1987 B 




N H60 


H 




3/20/1987 B 




N 


H 




4/09/1987 B 




N 


H 




4/11/1987 C 




N 


H 




5/09/1987 C 




N 


H 




5/23/1987 C 




N 


H 




6/12/1987 B 




N H60 


H 




6/19/1987 B 




N 


H 




7/10/1987 B 




N 


H 




7/18/1987 C 




N 


H 




12/02/1987 C 




N 


H 




12/04/1987 B 




N 


H 


1 


12/17/1987 B 


1 


N H60 



1 4/28/1987 B 1 N H60 
1 7/09/1987 B 1 N 



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SEE ALSO HOUSE TOLRS 
ALAftWCE'S CWISTW>S TOJR SUNDAY 

ALAMANCE COtMY CITY/COMY ASSOCIATIW 
ALAMANCE CITY-COUNTY (»OUP TO tST 
ALAMANCE LIBRARIES' FUNDING TO BE STUDIED 

^^'^^^^^^M^BcT'^g'SSf^^^ING UEI^Sr^Y ON PROPOSED L^ILl 
ALfWWCE BOARD CHANKS BUDGET PLANNING PROCESS 
(iJAMWCE WW PLAN OffOSO BY PITTSBCRO 

ffl^ KARD ™iING T^ FORCE TO STUDY UASTt DISPOSE SOLUTIONS 
S3w^ OFFICIi^. FAVORS L£GAL STEP'S TO BLOCK PLANT 
TASK FORCE IN ALAMANCE GETSSIX l«RE «MBER| 
LANDFILL PERMIT HINKS ON W3RE TEST l£LLS AT SITI 

SSJi S^^ft^S K^Vi^¥2tE «TICI^S on LANIf ILL PERMIT 

^^1^ ^ISs^mI^ ?SDATS^fe?i^OR imflVL SITE 
TEMPERS FLARE ON ALAMANCE LANDFILL ISSIE 
ALAMANCE LEAIiER-S DEaiNE TO SEE FILMS 

ALAMANCE BOARD CONSIDERS SUIT OVER COIMY JAIL 

S^WCE Ca?ilSSIONERS GIVE PRIORITIES FOR ZONI(« BOARD WORK 
CHATWM TO OFFTOE LANDFILL AT HEARING 
AUWANCE WATERSHED RU.ES DEBATED 

(i^AMANCE AIOFTS UATERSICD RU£S 

ELON SCHOOL TO GET TRAILERS FC« CLASSROOMS 

ALAMANCE NA«S WATERSHED RULES AD>AJSTf£NT^^ 

ALAMANCE OFFICIAL BELIEVES LANDFILL REQUIRDtNTS «T 

TWO COUNTIES STILL AT ODDS OV€R LANDFILL 

WATER LINE REQUEST MORt THAN QK'D _^ 

ALAMANCE, STATE OFFICIf^S TO MEH ON LANIf ILL ISS1£ 

35w!cE OFFICIf^S TOLD LANDFILL MUST HAVE Llf«R 

U AMANCF DISTRICT ATTORtCY SAYS LEASE EXPIRING 

W^NSAYS DILEWA OV^%IFILL PUTTING JOBS W LINE IN AUWWCE 

ALAMANCE STUDIES LIKARY FINiVCING ^^^^^^ , „^ 

ALAMANCE C0W1ISSIQNW U<WTS PROBE OF F'^ING LSJrr^TTn., 

SSwNCE'S BOARD VOTES TO WITHDRAW LANIFILL APPLICATION 

KSlO^ WILL INSPECT WINDOW KING FEMOO FROM ALAttWCE JAIL 

ALAMANCE BOARD TOLD COUNTY WILL fSD LAgFILL 

SOME RESIDENTS OF GRAHAM LPSET OVER PROPERH TAX BILLS 

SSWNCE DA SAYS EVIDENCE LACKING FOR IWEST16ATIW 

SSwNCE RETIRDOT CENTER GRANTED TAX-EXEW^T STATUS 

ALAMANCE WASTE DISPOSAL DISCUSSED 

LOU PAY rt^TS ALAMANCE EMS, SAYS DOCTOR 

ALi^WNCE MAY REVAI^ ANIMAL CWTROL POLICY 

ALACWNCE DA WILL t£T NEW IFF ICES 

ALAMANCE AND aJILFORD OFFICIALS ICCT 

PROPOSAL UITHWAWN ON DISPOSE. OF fijmiCE WASTES 

150 ALAMANCE SALARIES HAY BE RECLASSIFIED ^_.„^,^ 

fUm€E. GROUP HtTES TO ESTABLISH RECYCLING PROGRAM 

ALAMANCE COJNTY GETS GOOD f-iEaS ON LANIf ILL „^„ , 

ALAM^ TOBEGIN CONDEWATION OF 202 ACRES FOR POSSIBLE LANDFILL 

sac ALAMANCE OFFICIALS TO GET ICRIT PAY INCREASES 

ALA^WNCE OFFICIAL URGES SINGLE PLAN BY SCHOOLS 

AlSw^ raUNTY Wffl mLINGTON SCHOOLS PFESENT SPENDING F^ANS 

AUWtNCE COIWTY COMMISSIOfCRS, KJICET 

ALAM.*:^:^ NA^ES 'WATERSHED RULES ADJJSTMENT BOARD 

ALAMANCE BOARD CLOSE TO AFPROVIIC HJDGET 

ALAMANCE BOARD OKS BUDGET, RETAINS TAX RATE OF 50 CENTS 

(^j^MANCE COUNTY CCmiSSItMRS, ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COL'NTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
ALCON TO SEEK RE-ELECTION TO ALAMANCE COIMY BOARD 

WJWANCE COIMY C01RTH3USE „ 

^REGIST^-OF-KEDS W& NEW OFFICE IN AUM1ANCE 

ALAMANCE COWTY CROP WALK 



H 1 12/02/1987 C 1 N 



H 1 2/07/1987 C 1 N 
H 1 2/21/1987 B 1 N 



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1/03/1987 
1/06/1937 
1/13/1987 
1/21/1987 
1/22/1987 
2/03/1987 
2/10/1987 
2/11/1987 
2/25/1987 
3/10/1987 
3/12/1987 
3/13/1987 
3/18/1987 
3/25/1987 
4/07/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/23/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/23/1987 
5/30/1987 
6/10/1987 
6/17/1987 
7/03/1987 
7/07/1987 
7/07/1987 
7/08/1987 
7/11/1987 
7/15/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/29/1987 
8/01/1987 
8/04/1987 
8/08/1987 
8/19/1987 
8/19/1987 
8/22/1987 
9/16/1987 
9/17/1987 
9/25/1987 
10/10/1987 
10/21/1987 
10/27/1987 
11/03/1987 
11/18/1987 
12/08/1987 
12/17/1987 
12/22/1987 



B 1 

B 1 

B 10 

C 1 



B 

C 

c 
c 
c 

B 
B 
6 
C 
C 
B 
C 
B 
C 
B 
C 
C 
C 
C 
B 
B 
B 
C 

c 
c 
c 

6 
C 
B 
C 
C 
C 

c 
c 

B 
C 
C 
B 
C 
C 

c 

c 

6 
C 



N H60 
N K68 
N K6S 
N 

N H60 
N K68 
N 

N H60 
N 
N 

N H60 
N 

N 080 
N 
N 

N H60 
N K68 
N 
N 
N H60 

N H60 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 046 

N H60 

N 

N H60 

N 

N 

N H60 

N 

N T35 

N 

N 

N 

N T35 

N T35 

N 

N T35 

N 

N 

N H60 

N T35 

N T35 

N T35 

N H60 

N T35 



H 1 5/23/1987 C 1 N H60 
H 1 5/28/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 6/02/1987 C 1 N 



H 1 12/24/1987 B 1 



H 1 1/29/1987 B 1 



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SEE ALSO CROP (ORGANIZATION TO RELIEVE UORLD HIH3ER) 
ALAMANCE CROP UAU< TO BE HELD SUNDAY 

ALAfWNCE COIMY DISTRICT AHORNEY 

(UiViKZ DISTRICT AHORNEY APPOINTS TWO ASSISTANTS 

AL/lMANCE DISTRICT AHOWCY SAYS LEASE EXPIRING 

ALAMANCE DA UILL GET NEW OTICES 

ALAMANCE COUNTY'S DISTRICT AHORNEY, STAFF MOVE TO NEU OFFICES 

MjWiNCE COWTY HISTORICAL MUSEIW 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEl*f 



H 1 10/03/1987 C 1 N 



H 1 5/19/1987 C 

H 1 7/07/1987 B 

H 1 9/17/1987 B 

H 1 12/30/1987 B 



1 N 

1 N H60 

1 N 

1 N H60 



H 


2 


8/11/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


8/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 




11/19/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 




12/12/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 




3/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




4/07/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 




5/14/1987 B 


6 


N U27 


H 




6/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




7/15/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




7/24/1987 C 


13 


N 


H 




7/29/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 




7/30/1987 B 


1 P N H60 


H 




8/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




12/08/1987 C 


1 


N T35 



(4jW>NCE COUWTY HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO ALAtWNCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE UNIT 

SEE ALSO AUVWNCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE fCMORIAL HOSPITAL (FORMERLY MEMORIAL HOSPITli«. OF ALAMANCE COIWTY) 
BURLINGTON SURtSON NAMED LIAISON FOR CANCER PKOGKfiH H 1 4/29/1987 B 

DRU3 TREAThENT CENTER FOR TEENS IN LARGER' QUARTERS H 1 12/12/1987 C 

ALAMANCE COWTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE IWIT 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COIMY HOSPITAL 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC, 
SEE ALSO CHILM®*, DRUGS 

FREE MARIJUANA TEST KITS AVAILABLE 

DUKE NO-DRUG CARDS CAN SCORE A BIG UIN 

ALAMANCE HOSPITAL iMH TO CONTINUE MARIJUWIA-USE TESTS 

DRUG TREATMENT CENTER FOR TEENS IN LARGER QU«TERS 

MJtflANCE COtMY JAIL 

ALAMANCE BOARD CONSIDERS SUIT OVER COWTY JAIL 

ALAtWCE C»1MISSI0NERS GIVE PRIORITIES FOR ZONING BOARD WORK 

N.C. MEMORIAL, tOICAL SCHOOL Sl£ ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE BO«<D OKS M)GET, RETAINS TAX RATE OF 50 CENTS 

ALAMANCE COMMISSIO^CR HANTS PROBE OF PARKING LOT 

GRAHAM MAN, ALAMANCE COIWTY AT ODDS OVER $99,783 HOSPITAL BILL 

COHMISSIOfCRS UILL INSPECT UINDOU BEING REMOVED FROM ALAMANCE JAIL 

WINDOW IN ALAfWNCE JAIL PROVES TOUGH TO REMOVE 

ALAMWCE DA SAYS EVIDENCE LACKING FOR INVESTIGATION 

SOfE ALAMANCE OFFICIALS TO GET l«RIT PAY INCREASES 

ALAMANCE COIMY LAW Eff ORCEfefT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO ALAfWNCE COUNH St€RIFF'S DEPT. 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON PaiCE DEPT. 
ALAMANCE LAW OFFICERS HONOR PATROL TROOPER 

WjyiANCE COUNTY LIBRARY 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNH, N.C, LIBERIES 
SEE BURLINGTON, N.C, LIBRARIES 
SEE LIBRARIES, N.C. 

ALAMANCE COUNTY PLA^WING DEPT. 

ALAMANCE COfWISSIONERS GIVE PRIORITIES F(R ZONING BOARD WORK 
ALAMA^CE F(HJM LCMKS AT NEEDS FOR FUTURE 

ALAMANCE COUNTY PRISON mU 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE/ORANGE P-RISON MINISTRY 
GRAHAM PRISON ESCAPEE fiETlKNED 

ALAMANCE COUNTY RECREATION DEPT. 
BOYS OF SIM€R... 
S(MC ALAfttNCE OFFICIALS TO GET MERIT PAY INCREASES 

ALAMANCE COUNTY REGISTER OF KEDS 

REGISTER-OF-DEEDS HAS NEU (FFICE IN ALAMANCE 

ALAMANCE COIMY REPUBLICAN PARTY 
SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN P(«TY, N.C 
TEMPERS FLARE DURING VOTING AT ALAMANCE GOP CONVENTION 
TSUfH^, ALAMANCE REPUBLICANS TO PICK DELEGATES MARCH 26 
IffiANGLING MARKS UAKE GCP CONVENTION 



N 
N H60 



H 1 5/26/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 1 4/07/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 11/13/1987 B 1 N T35 



H 2 9/09/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 7/05/1987 B 3 P P F70 
H 1 12/08/1987 C 1 N T35 



H 1 1/29/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 1 3/05/1987 B 1 N 046 
H 1 3/12/1987 B 1 N 046 
H 2 3/26/1987 B 1 N 046 



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(LmmCE COUNTY RESCLE UNIT 

see also ambulance service, alamance cajnty 
parahedics needed for ambulance 

alamaw:e comy school board ^,,^, 

see alamance coimy board of education 

Al AMANPF CMJNTY SCHMLS 

^AREA^iIdOLSUSING varied AFWOACHES to reduce DROPOUTS 

NEW STUICNT REGISTRATION TO OPEN IN ALAMANCE 

DRUG PROa^AMS SLATED FOR ALAMANCE SCWMXS 

14 IN^WRED IN WJV1ANCE SCHOa BUS ACCIDENT 

OM.Y 16 PEOPLE ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTE 

A FEU BWO-INGTON FOLXS TO VOTE TODAY 

10 BIW-INGTON VOTERS HAVE THEIR SAY __^ 

AUWANCE SCHX3LS SET DII*ER FCK BUS DRIVERS 

PRINCIPAL NAMED AT OlAHAM SCHOa 

PRINCIPALS NAMED AT TWO ALAMi^E SCHOOLS 

AL;WiNCE FORUM LOOKS AT NEEDS FOR FUTWE 

ALAMANCE SCHOOL BOND ISSUE PROPOSED 

ALAMANCE COIMY SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

BURLINGTON, AU«1ANCE SCHOOLS CITED 

^•^^•^KnAIR^^UANTSffiETING WITH STATE OFFICIALS ON LANDFILL PERMIT 
SALES TAX EXEW'TICW BEING URKD FOR SCHOOLS 

ALAMiiMCE COUNTY SCH30LS, CALEND(W AND SDCttJLE 

^W^MtfCEC^lIu: SCHOOLS REVISE SCHEDULES TO MAKE UP MISSED MYS 
SUPER'S STILL HERE, BUT SCHOOL Tift CLOSING IN 

ALAMAfCE COUNTY SCHOOLS, CONSTRUCTION 

Wj^tfWNCE SCHOOL BOND ISSUE PROPOSED „ 

ffii ffi^«iLS ^^ S? SPENDING PLANS 

'^"IK^I^'^S KpIC.AS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEET ON GOALS 
ALAMANCE COUNTY SCHOaS, SCHOa BUSES 

^NfflJIRY^FI^ NO EVIDENCE OF TAMPERING WITH BUSES 

^"I^MK'cSt'k^s'^R^ISE SCHEDULES TO MAKE UP MISSED DAYS 

^^^^ Sa^SiS WSWe SOmS NAMED 

^'-^ALraM^'ffi^LJi ENFORCE^ENT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 
OFFira? TALKS ELON COLLEGE MAN OJT OF LEAPING FROM OVERPASS 

ALAMANCE COUNTY SHERIF'S DEPT., DEPUTIES ^^ 
ALAMANCE LAW OFFICERS mm PATROL TROJPER 
ALAMANCE BOARD CLOSE TO APPROVING BUDGET 

(LMVttCE. COUNTY St€RIF'S DEPT., ELECTIONS 
MAN CWtRGED IN ELECTION PAi*«Xr CASE 

ALAMANCE COWTY SHERRIF'S DEPT., VICE SQUAD ^„^^ r„-n-PTT,«r nriiTCT™ 
l«U ALAMANCE COUNH SHERIFF'S CAPTAIN TO OVERSEE !£TECTIVE DIVISION... 

MJ^WNCE COUNTY UNITED WAY 
SEE UNITED WAY OF ALAIWNCE 

fiLAMANCE HEALTH SERVICES, INC. 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 



H 1 8/27/1987 B 1 N 



H 


1 


1/16/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


1 


2/13/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


2/13/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


3/06/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/11/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


4/28/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


4/29/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


5/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


6/12/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


7/18/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


11/13/1987 B 


1 


N T35 


H 


1 


12/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/24/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


2/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/20/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/20/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


8/20/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


12/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


12/17/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


12/22/1987 C 


1 


N T35 


H 


n 


1/10/1987 B 


1 


N S80 



H 1 10/20/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 3/20/1987 B 1 N H60 

H 1 5/29/1987 B 1 N 

H 1 8/01/1987 C 1 N 



1 5/26/1987 B 1 N H60 
1 5/28/1987 B 1 N 



1 4/10/1987 B 1 N H60 
1 6/30/1987 C 1 N H60 



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SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL, ADOLESCENT CARE IWIT 

SEE ALSO WDSPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS) 

SMOKE STOPPERS PROGRAM SLATED IN ALAMANCE 

CHOLESTEROL SCREENINGS SCHEDULO 

(UAJWNCE HISTORICAL W3E\» 

Al/IMANCE'S CHRISTMAS TOUR SUNDAY 

ALAMANCE MACHI^£ CO. 

BURLINGTON COUPL£ SPONSORS SCWJLAftSHIPS AT EAST CAROLINA 

ALAMANCE ICMORIAL HOSPITAL (FORfCRLY MEMORIAL WISPITAL OF ALWfANCE COUNTY) 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY HOSPITAL 
SOME FOLKS PITCHED IN TO mS WORKERS GET TO AND FROM HOSPITALS... 
BURLINGTON SURGEON NAMED LIAISON FOR CANCER PROGRAM 
ALAMANCE, CASWELL DXTORS TO DONATE BLOOD 

ALAMANCE RECYCLING COMMITTEE 
SEE ALSO RECYCLING 
ALAMANCE GROUP HOPES TO ESTABLISH RECYCLING PROGRAM 

ALAMANCE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 

^E TECWICAL COLEGE OF PLPimfX. 
ESC CLASPS OFFER h«PE TO DURHAM JOBLESS 

ALAMANCE/CASUELL COWTIES «NTAL HEALTH AGENCY 
SEE ALSO MENTAL HEALTH 
ALAMANCE BILLS WIN APPROVAL 

MJ»WNCE/ORANGE PRISON MINISTRY 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY PRISON IWIT 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ORANGE COIKTY PRISON WIT 
SEE ALSO PRISON CWftAINS 
SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, RELIGION 
PRISON'S ISOLATION CELL mn PLACE Fffl? UC»SHIP 

ALARM SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC BRACELETS 
SEE ALSO HOME SAFETY 
SEE ALSO SECURITY SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO SMOKE DETECTCRS _^ 

CORRECTION OFFICIAL TELLS PANEL HIS JOB SHOJLD BE TERMINATED 

ttJ^SKA 

SEE ALSO ESKIMOS 
OIL E)(PLORATION TWEATENS ALASKA 
AGE NO BARRIER TO ADVENTURE 

ALASKA, ECONOMY 

ALASKANS AGAIN PCKKETED BIGGEST PAYCHECKS IN '86 

ALASKA, OIL RESOURCES 

SEE ALSO ALASKA OIL PIPELIIC 
OIL EXPLORATION THREATENS ALASKA 

ALASKA OIL PIPaiNE 

SEE ALSO ALASKA, OIL RESOJRCES 

PIPaI^E A SUCCESS 

OIL EXFIORATION THREATENS ALASKA 

ALAYANFE 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN-AffiRICAN DANCE ENSEMBLE 
SH<«ING... DURHAM FESTIVAL IS FULL OF SUW>RIKS 
DAVIS dances; FOR PEACE LOVE AND RESPECT 
DANCERS HOT THIS SUWCR 
DURHAM aWUPS TAKE PART IN 'OPENING CEREM(»<IES' 

ALBA-«<^DENSIAN INC. (VALDESE, N.C.) 
ALBA-UALDENSIAN REPORTS EARNINGS 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 1 9/25/1987 C 3 N 
H 1 10/24/1987 B 5 N 



H 1 12/02/1987 C 1 N 
H 1 12/23/1987 C 1 P N 



H 1 1/30/1987 B 1 N S80 
H 1 4/29/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 7/14/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 3 10/27/1987 C 1 N H60 



S 2 5/26/1987 A 1 N W82 



H 1 4/30/1987 B 1 N R53 



H 2 8/29/1987 C 4 P N BIO 



H 2 4/23/1987 A 15 N 046 



H 2 8/19/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 9/25/1987 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 9/02/1987 B 7 N 



H 2 8/19/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 7/05/1987 D 4 E 
H 2 8/19/1987 A 4 L 



S 2 4/23/1987 D 1 P F G59 

S 2 7/09/1987 D 1 P F 659 

S 2 7/09/1987 D 3 I 

S 2 7/16/1987 D 3 P F B71 



H 2 4/26/1987 C 15 N 



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ALBEMARLE, N.C. 

JJDGE ICCLIhCS TO DELAY ELECTIONS 

^*'"^°^Y^C^S FOR CITIZENS' ^BJ> IN KEEPING N.C. ESTUARY CLEAN 
GOVERNOR SEEKING REC3<EATI0NAL PLAN FOR TW SOUNDS 
SCIENTISTS SAY FISH DISEASES V£fO\ EPID01IC PR(FORTI0NS 
NAVY JETS DRAW LOT OF VERBAL FLAK AT hCARING 
EPA FLANS TO F-ROVIDE $5 HILLICW FOR STUDY OF TWO N.C. SOSffiS 
LEGISLATIVE PW£L OPPOSES EXPANDING MILITARY AIRSPACE 

(LSSa SCI*€IT2ER INTERmTI»IAL PRIZES 
SEE (LSD AUARDS 
SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -WILMINGTON 

DURHAM WOMAN TO KT SCWCITZER AWARD AT FEST 

^B<S. EVERETT TO SET SOftEITZER MEDAL 

CONCERTS PRECEK AZALEA FESTIVAL _ 

MRS. EVEREH, KITCHEN SX3D CHOICES FOR HONOR 

SALUTE TO WMCrOWNS' SCHWEITZER HOf«K£ES 

ATTOW€Y, 93, ICESN'T HAVE TI(€ TO REHRE 

ALffiRT SCHWEITZER fCDALS PRESENTED IN WILMINGTON 

ALBRIGHT WILLING ITO^ERS VOLWTSR^TEAM 

LWCHEON, PROGRAM FOR SENIOR CmZENS TODAY 
CHRISTMAS FUN 

ALCAN ALIWINUM CORP. 

SEE ALSO ALD^SUMITOfW ELECTRIC INC. 
JOINT VENTU^ tOICATION IRAWS TOP OFFICIALS 
ALCAN-SUMITOMO DEDICATES OPTICAL-FIBER CABLE PLANT 
DUKE POWER HAS USE FOR FIBER-OPTIC CABLE 

ALCAN-SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INC. 

SEE ALSO ALCAN ALUMINUM CORP. 

SEE (^£0 FIBER OPTICS 

SEE ALSO SUMITOMO ELECTRIC CO. 
JOINT i,€NTU<E DEDICATION DRAIS TOP OFHCIALS 
ALCAN-SU1ITDM0 DEDICATES OPTICAL-FIBER CABLE PlfM 
ajKE F'OIER HAS USE FOR FIBER-OPTIC CABLE 

^ ALCATEL (FFICIALS CHOOSE HICKORY FOR fCAMJU^TERS 

ALCOIOL 

SEE ALSO ABC STK^S 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES, DRINKING 

SEE ALSO ATRTTES, ALCOHOL 

SEE ALSO BEER 

SEE ALK3 COLLEGES, N.C, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

SEE ALSO COIRS BEER 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 

SEE ALSO PARKS, DURHAM, ALCOHOL 

CPF AL^ WINE 

T>£ PUPILS' court: 'ZACK' zapped IN 2ND OWDERS' ANTI-ALCOHOL TRIAL 

SPIRITS OF Tf£ SEASON 

ALCOHOL, ADVERTISING 

PRO SPORTS AND E€ER „ ^,r.„^ 

PAfCL KILLS BILL TO BAN ALCOHOL ADVERTISING 
MONEY CAUSES CHANGE IN OLYMPIC AD RULES 
SPUDS' AD COf€S TOO LATE 

HEART DISEASE, CANCER LEAD DURHAM CO. DEATHS 

ALCOHOL, ^£ALTH EFFECTS 

REPUBLICANS UNVEIL BILLS ON M.Cam. ^,^,,^ 

RESEi^OCR GETS $750,000 TO STUDY I«UG-DRINK EFFECTS 

ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 



H 2 9/14/1987 A 13 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 2/15/1987 C 
2 9/24/1987 A 
2 9/24/1987 A 
2 11/05/1987 A 
2 11/17/1987 C 
2 11/20/1987 C 


4 N 
14 N 
14 N 
16 N 

5 N 
16 N 


S 

H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/24/1987 A 
2 3/25/1987 B 
2 3/26/1987 A 
2 3/27/1987 A 
2 3/28/1987 A 
2 4/03/1987 A 
2 4/09/1987 C 


1 P N S92 

2 N 
2 N 
4 E 
4 E 

6 P F H45 

7 N 


H 
S 


2 12/11/1987 C 
2 12/12/1987 A 


5 N 
5 P P L3a 



H 2 10/27/1987 D 
H 2 10/31/1987 C 
H 2 10/31/1987 C 



5 N R80 
2 P N M97 
2 N R80 



H 2 10/27/1987 D 5 N R80 
H 2 10/31/1987 C 2 P N M97 
H 2 ie/31/1987 C 2 N R80 



H 2 12/05/1987 D 5 N 



2 3/14/1987 C 
2 12/10/1987 C 



1 P F S92 
1 P F Zll 



H 2 1/03/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 5/15/1987 A 14 P N 

S 2 11/13/1987 A 4 E 

S 2 12/03/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 9/14/1987 A 1 Q B85 



4/17/1987 B 1 
10/09/1987 B 11 



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SEE ALSO ABC LAUS 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOWDL LAW ENFORCEMENT 

SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR HOUSES, Wf^m 

SEE ALSO HOONSHINE 

WfWH LIQUOR HOUSES RAIDED 

DRUG, ALCOHOL PROBE BRINGS ARRESTS 

DEFENDANT ACQUITTED OF SELLING BEER <0R SO^ETHING) TO HINOR 

LIQUOR HOJSE RAIDED BY DURHAM OFFICERS 

SIX CHARGED IN RAID ON NIGHTSPOT 

CHATtWM ALCOHOL, DRUG OPERATION ^ETS 10 ARRESTS 

LIQUOR STILL DISCOVERED 

LIQUOR HOl^ RAID NETS ONE ARREST 

POLICE CONFISCATE LIQUOR IN RAID 

FALUELL RELATIVES RECAa HIS FATHER AS BOOTLEGGER 

TWO ARRESTED IN LIQUOR RAID 

DRUG, ALCOHOL STING BRINGS 295 CHARGES 

TW DEPUn AND THE t«X)NSHINER; FOR 50 YEARS, THEY'VE BEEN PLAYING CAT.. 

MOONSHINER SENTENCED TO TWO YEARS 

LONG-TIME MCfflNSHIlCR VOWS TO GIVE IB> XB 

UNDERCOVER OPERATION FINDS STORES SELLING BEER TO MINORS 

ABC OFFICERS CRACKING DOWN ON ALCOHOL AT FOOTBAa GAMES 

23 STORE CLERKS CHARGED IN ALAMANCE PROBE 

MANPOWER SHORTAGE SHACKLES BOOZE PROBES 

ALAMANCE TO BEGIN CONDEJWATION OF 202 ACRES FOR POSSIBLE LANDFILL 

ALCOHOL, LAWS 
SEE ABC LAWS 

ALCOHOL, RESEARCH 

RESEARCJER GETS $750,000 TO STUDY DRUG-DRINK EFFECTS 

ALCOHOL, SALES 

SEE ALSO ALCOna, ILLICIT SfLES 
SEE ALSO LEGAL DRINKING AGE 
SEE ALSO LIQUOR PERMITS 

BEER AND WINE ROLLING INTO KINGS MOIMAIN 

LEGISLATURE PONDERS EARLIER SUNDAY SIPPING 

TIIC CHANGE GIVES W«S EXTRA HOU? 

REPUBLICANS WWEIL BIUS ON ALCOfO. 

BILL WOULD ALLOW WINE SALES AT CHARLOTTE SPEEDWAY CLUB 

WIUSE COMMITTEE ICES PRIVETTE'S BILL BA^fNING BEER, BROWNBAGGING 

FIRED TEACHER ASKS COJRT FOR REINSTATEMENT 

P«CL KILLS BILL TO BAN PLOMIL ADVERTISING 

UNC PROF TEACHING BARTENDERS WHEN TO CUT OFF CUSTOMERS 

PA^EL APPROVES ENGLISH LANGUAGE BILL DESPITE COtfflAINTS ... 

THE ROOT OF T>£ ISSUE 

SPEEDWAY WINE BILL REVIVED BY HOUSE 

SPEEOIAY Bia zoais 

LEGISLATURE NAMES MILK OFnCIAL STATE BEVERAGE 

SELLING WINE AT TRACK IS STOCK CtR SACRILIGE 

HOUSE DEFEATS ALCOHOL BILLS 

BILL ADDRESSES BURIAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES 

SUGAR MOUNTAIN OFFICIAL CHARTS LEGISLATOR TRIED TO GAIN FAVORS 

EFFORTS TO REHJLATE ITINERATE MERCHANTS HIT SNAG 

SENATE COMMITTEE AGAIN REVISES TAX PACKAGE 

BILL ON TOPLESS TEENS IS SENT TO SUBC0W1ITTEE 

HOUSE BLOCKS TRANSPORTING UNLIMITED AMOUNTS Cf LIQUOR 

HAW RIVER DELAYS DECISION ON SUNDAY ALC0K3L SALES 

ETHICS COMMITTEE TO HOLD HEARINGS 

BEER AND ACC GAMES COULD BE BAD MIXTURE 

HOUSE PAICL RESURRECTS LIQUOR TRANSPORTATION ISSUE 

BROKER SAYS LEGISLATOR TALKED OF »KER STORE' 

LOBBYIST SAYS WJGHES FELT PROMISES BROKEN 

BILL ENACTED TO LIMIT CITIES' FUNDING OF STATE HIGHWAYS 

COUNTY LIQUOR SALES DOWN, BUT PROFITS UP 

ALCOHOL, TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, N.C. 



H 


2 1/07/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 1/10/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/22/1987 B 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 3/15/1987 C 


13 


N 


H 


1 3/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


3 4/03/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


S 


2 5/12/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 6/15/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 6/17/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 6/23/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 7/06/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 7/28/1987 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 9/21/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 9/30/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 10/19/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


1 10/20/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 B 


1 


N ^1 


H 


2 11/07/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 11/10/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 11/18/1987 C 


1 


N T35 



H 2 10/09/1987 BUN 



H 


2 


2/21/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 C 


5 


N L90 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/07/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/09/1987 B 


4 


N 080 


H 


2 


5/15/1987 A 


14 P N 


H 


2 


5/22/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


6/06/1987 A 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


21 


N 


S 


2 


6/15/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


6/17/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1987 A 


20 


N 


H 


1 


6/18/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


6/20/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


6/24/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


6/24/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


1 


7/09/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/16/1987 D 


11 


N 


S 


2 


7/21/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/07/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 


9/17/1987 A 


1 


N M06 



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12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE S 
1/21/8 



N 
P 

HIȣR TAX ON PEER IS EYED TO RMi EIllX:ATION PROGRAM H 

PROGW*!S mSL TO FIGHT POVCRTY _ H 

SENATE /^^PROVES LIMITING KATW FENALH FOR MINORS H 

Biu! imeao to limit cities- funding of state highuays stalls in am. h 

TAX REVISiaJS BOTTLE LP LIQUOR LEVY H 

INCREASED LAND TRANSFER TAX FALTERS; 5X SALES TAX ON LIQWIR ENDORSED H 

HOUSE DELAYS LIQUDR TAX VOTE _ H 

HOUSE TENTATIVELY WS 5-CENT TAX ON LIQW3R „^„,s~s^ H 

SeStE VOTES TO APF-ROVE HEASIS^ ON PRESERVING RAILJ«3AD CORRIDORS H 

AO^EEfCNT REAO€D ON LIQUOR TAX H 

HOUSE, SENATE OK RAISING EXCISE TAX ON LIQUOR H 

BILL IS ENACTED TO RAISE FI^ICE OF LIQUOR IN N.C. H 

HERE IS WAT LEGISLATURE DID DURING 1987 SESSION _ >^„ b 

fSeRAL congress TH<EATENS JOBS, STATES' REVEM£S WITH EXCISE TAXES S 

COIMY LIQUOR SALES OWN, BUT PRtFITS UP S 

«.COHOL AND DRUG [lEFENSE PROJECT 
SEE ALSO ALCCMLISM 
SEE ALSO DRUG AHJSE, PREVENTION 
SEE ALSO SCJ«X)LS, N.C, ALCOHOL USE 
SEE ALSO SCHOO-S, N.C, DRUG AHJSE 
PERSON PLANS SWWEY ON DRUG, ALCtHJ. ABU^ 

ALCOHOL CONSUhPTION ^ ,^ 

SEE ALSO COJ^GES, N.C, ALCtHJLIC BEVERAKS 
SEE ALSO DUKE l^I v., STUKNTS, ALCOHX-DRUG USE 

report: NORTH CAROLINIANS MOICRATE WINKERS 

SOHE PROGRESS MADE IN DRUW-DRIVING BATTLE „_,^„ 

HOUSE APPROVES BILL TO BAN ALCOHOL ON SCHOOL PROPERTY 

i€U OM'm PLANS CELEBRATIONS, PRACTICAL J3HES 

ALCOHOL LAU Efff'CltCEJCNT 
SEE ALSO ABC LAbB 

^E ALSO ALCOna, ILLICIT SALES _,^^ ^^^„^ 

SEE ALSO N.C. ALCOWLIC BEVERAGE CWTRa BO^«D 

DUKE ASKS FOR h€LP TO EfFQRCE ALCOHOL LAU 

'^'^"^DU^lK^IlPS man GET LIFE SENTENCE LIFTED FOR BREAK-IN 
MAN RESW€S TRIP INTERRUPTED BY 10-YEAR FRISt»< STAY IN N.C 
MANSLAUjHTER trim, to BEGIN firm RU.ING 

ALCOmLIC BEVERAffi COmiSSION 

SEE N.C. ALCWCLIC BP^RAGE CONTROL BOARD 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, BUT?£R, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ALCOHaiSM 

^SqYk'at'^AlK^CENTER SAYS REPORTING POSSIBLE ABUSE COST XB 
STATE DENIES EW>LOYEE FIRED F(» REPORTING POSSIBLE ABUSE 

(^COHOLIC TREATMENT CENTERS, N.C. 

W. mI^ ajKE^UNIvI^ICAL CENTER, ALCOHOLISM AND ADDICTION PRKJRi* 
NEW IRUG TREATMENT CENTER TO OPEN IN RTP 
»WT? ANOTHER TR£AT)€NT CENTER? 
TREATfCNT CENTER OPENS _ ^^„„ 

DUKE TO OPEN ALC0H3L, SUBSTANCE ABUSE aiNIC 
"A SUALLDU AWAY" 
hffLPING HAND FOR fQV4S ALCOHOLICS 

(^CtH3LICS WCNYMOUS 
SEE ALSO ALOm-ISM 
DUKE TO OPEN ALCOWX, SUBSTANCE ABUSE CLINIC 
DUKE PLANS OUTPATIENT ADDICTION PROOiAM 
"A SUALLOU AWAY" 
HELPING HAND FOR FEM^ ALCOHOLICS 



-DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



2/05/1987 A 
3/14/1987 B 
7/16/1987 D 
7/17/1987 A 
8/03/1987 C 
8/07/1987 A 
8/08/1987 A 
8/09/1987 B 
8/11/1987 D 
8/12/1987 
8/13/1987 
8/14/1987 
8/15/1987 
9/08/1987 
9/17/1987 



16 P N 

3 N 

11 N 

12 H 
1 N 

14 N L40 

11 N 

1 N L40 

4 N 
4 N 

13 N 

4 N 
10 N 

5 J R53 
1 N M06 



t 



H 1 9/10/1997 B 2 N 



H 2 1/02/1987 B 1 N 

S 2 1/06/1987 A 4 E 

H 2 5/29/1987 A 17 N 

H 2 9/27/1987 C 9 P U L41 



S 2 11/09/1987 A 1 N «82 



2 11/05/1987 A 19 N 

1 11/10/1987 C 1 N 

2 12/01/1987 C 4 N S82 



5/16/1987 C 1 N A54 
8/29/1987 A 12 N S82 



1/17/1987 
2/02/1987 
2/02/1987 
8/15/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/13/1987 



N 

N P38 
P R76 
N B8S 
F H45 
F H45 



2 8/15/1987 A 

2 8/25/1987 B 

2 9/13/1987 E 

2 9/13/1987 E 



1 N B85 

6 N DSC 

1 P F H4E 

1 P F H4J 



ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO ADOLESCENCE, 



ALCOHOLISM 



A 



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INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



S 
E 
C -PG 



N E 

P D — DATE- 
SEE ALSO AL-ANON 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOL AND DRUG MFENSE PROJECT 

SEE ALSO ALOMJLICS ANO>miOUS 

SEE ALSO CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C., ALCOHO-IC BEVERAGES 

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

SEE ALSO KJKE UNIV. (CDICAL CENTER, ALCOHOUSM AND ADDICTION PROGRAH 

SEE ALSO OJRHAM COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO DURH^ RESCUE MISSION 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON ALCOHOL AND DRW5 ABUSE (VfONG CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS 

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

SEE ALSO PRISONERS, N.C, ALCOHOLICS 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC DRUNKENNESS 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ALCOHOL USE 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, U.S., ALCOHOL USE 

SEE ALSO SOVIET IWION, ALCOHOLISM 

SEE ALSO miV. OF N.C-CHAPEL HILL CENTER FOR ALCOflX STUDIES 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, ALCOHOLISM „ ^ .,.„,.^^ 

DURHAM, STATE GROUPS START WAR ON DRUG ABUSE S 2 1/19/1987 

CITY OF MEDICINE PROGRAM TO ANNOJNCE 'WAR ON I«U6S» H 2 1/20/1987 

DURH«f SEEKS TEA«Ja«< IN DRUG WAR S 2 1/21/1987 

LAW, CIVIC LEADERS LAUNCH PUSH TO CUT DRUG, dSWCL ABUSE IN CITY H 2 1/22/1987 

GOALS FOR 'WAR ON DRUGS' H 2 1/^iSZ 

UNITED EFFORT NEEDED IN WAR AGAINST DRUGS S 2 1/22/1987 

CITY OF MEDICINE PRAISED FOR DRUG, ALCOHOL AHJSE CW«>AIGN H 2 1/23/1987 B 

TOBACCO BaONGS ON THE DRUG-WAR LIST H 2 1/28/1987 A 

ANTI-DRUG HEAD TO BE NAfCD S 2 2/02/1987 

ANTI-DRUG CAMPAIGN TO GET A LEADER H 2 2/03/1987 

ROSE TO LEAD DURHAM'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST DRUGS S 2 2/03/1987 

INSURANCE EXECUTIVE TO JCAD ANTI-DRUG DRIVE H 2 2/04/1987 

STUDENTS BEST SOURCE OF TRUE FACTS ON DRUGS S 2 2/09/1987 

\m CH WRUGS mST INaUDE all for success S 2 2/10/1987 

DURHAM'S ANTI-DRUG CAJffAIGN DEFENDED S 2 2/12/1987 

WOMEN ALCOMDLICS FACE MANY BARRIERS TO TREATMENT H 2 3/03/1987 B 

CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS AIDED BY COUNSELING S 2 3/11/1987 A 

ALCOHOLIC AT RISK PREDICTIONS JUST AROJND COR^CR - RESEAROCR H 2 3/22/1987 

ALCOHOLISM COl»<SELING CAN HELP TREAT THE ENTIRE FAMILY S 2 3/26/1987 

ALCOHOL ABUSE UIIESPREAD S 2 5/06/1987 

YOUTH EDUCATION TOP GOAL OF DRUG WAR S 2 5/11/1987 

ALCOHOLICS' CHILDREN SBttWR FOCUS H 2 5/14/1987 

GROUP JOINS DURHAM'S FIGHT AGAINST DRUG ABUSE S 2 5/28/1987 

REIDSVILLE PLANNING DRUG, ALCOHO. TESTS H 2 6/27/1987 

DUKE TO OPEN ALCOWL, SUBSTANCE ABUSE CLINIC S 2 8/15/1987 

UNC PROF PROBES LII^ PASSING W.COHa.ISM FROM FATHER TO SON S 2 8/17/1987 

RESEARCt£RS HOPEFUL FOR BOWLES ALCOWLISM CENTER S 2 8/22/1987 

DUKE PLANS OUTPATIENT ADDICTION PR0GRW1 H 2 8/25/1987 B 

LAWSUITS FORCING BOSSES TO L(MSEN REINS ON WORKERS H 2 9/06/1987 C 

PERSON PLANS SUWEY ON WRUG, ALCOHOL ABUSE H 1 9/10/1987 B 

CITY 'WAR ON DRUGS' TO BEGIN FUND DRIVE S 2 9/10/1^7 A 

"A SWALLOW AWAY" H 2 9/13/1987 

HELPING HAND FOR FH1ALE ALCOHOLICS H 2 9/13/1987 

HEART DISEASE, CANCER LEAD DURHAM CO. lEATHS S 2 9/14/1987 

INMATtS EDUCATE CREEDMOOR STUDENTS ON A BAD TRIP H 1 10/23/1987 

MORE DRUNKIN DRIVERS TO UNDERGO TREATI€NT FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUGS H 2 11/02/1987 

DRUG ABUSE PROGRAM SLATED TONIGHT H 2 11/05/1987 

REVAffED ANTI-DRW3 PROGRAM SEEKS MONEY H 2 11/14/1987 

DUKE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM SETS OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY H 2 11/17/1987 B 

CHILOREN FIGHT TO OVERCOME PARENTS' ALCOHOLISM S 2 12/04/1987 A 

CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS SELF-t€LP GROUPS LISTED S 2 12/04/1987 A 

BEhEFITS FOR ALOHM-ISM? H 2 12/13/1987 D 

YULE TREE BEARS FRUIT FOR HOMELESS S 2 12/17/1987 A 

VA RULES T>£ ISSUE IN ALCQHaiSM CASE H 2 12/23/1987 A 

WAKE FIRE VICTIM RECALLED AS KIND MAN WITH PROBLEM S 2 12/26/1987 B 



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ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT CENTER, BUTNER, N.C. 

SEE ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTER, BUTNER, 

ALDERSGATE UNITED t€TM)DIST CHJRCH 
IRISHMAN Wim TO DUKE MEMORIAL 



N M06 
N 

N M06 
N C60 
N C60 
E 

N C60 
L 
N 
N 

N M06 
N C60 
E 
E 

N M06 
N &81 
E 

N 060 
L 
N 

N M06 
N M97 
N H30 
N 

N B8S 
N 
N 

N D80 
N 
N 

N M06 
F H45 
F H45 
Q B8S 
N T33 
N 
N 

N C60 
N 

F G59 
N G59 
E 

N B85 
L 
N 



N.C 



H 2 6/13/1987 A 7 N 



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CHAPa HILL SCHOOL AMONG FIRST ACCREDITED 

ALDICARB (PESTICIDE) _^ „^, ^„ 
UHY QUESTION SAVE T>€ UATER MOTIVES? 

ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABl£ TaEVISION, N.C. 
CABLE SYSTEMS MAY MERGE 
2 CABIX COMPANIES AGREE TO MERGE 

ALERT DEVICE 

SEE LIFELINE UNIT 



ALEXANDER i ASSOCIATES 

STATE SUSPENDS BROKERS' 



REW.-ESTATE LICENSES 



ALEXAWiER DRIVE 

CONTRACT APPROVED FOR ROAD EXTENSION 
OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS RTP INTERSECTIONS 
PARK ROAD WM BEGINS MEXT MONTH 

ALG^ 

SEE ALSO FUNGUS 

^•S^D^^eP??^!!^ ™o bills in N.C. SENATE, HOUSE 

PHOSPWiTE lETERGENT BAN CLEARS SENATE VUftSiE 

ALGAE BLOOMS RETURN TO CHOWN RIVER _ „_. ^^^ „^ „ ^^^ 

SUBSTANCE FOIWD AT BOGUE BEAOtS II£NTIFIED AS HAR^Fll TYPE OF ALGAE 

OFFICIALS REF'QRT ALGAE SLICK LURKING OFF COAST OF N.C. 

ALGAE SLICKS WILL LIKaY EXPAND 

NO OYSTERS AT OYSTER FESTIVAL _ ,„„„,„ ..„.^ 

GOVERNOR SEEKING FEDERAL AID OVER POISONOUS ALGAE 

BUT YOU'LL LW£ THE BARBECUE 

RAIN, COLD NEEDED TO STEM RED TIDE „„„„„,^ 

LOSSES FROM RED TIDE TOP $676,000 ANIi MOUNTING 

EFFECTS FROM RED TIDE IWN'T CLEAR OIT SOON 

SLOIHIOVING RO TIDE IS ECONOMIC DISASTER 

CtML WEATHER STDflilNG RED TIDE, BUT PROBLEMS REMAIN 

INCREASE IN RED TIDE MAY BE LINKED TO POaUTION 

ALGEBRA 

^^CULBRETH, PHILLIPS TIE IN UNC ALGEBRA CONTEST 

ALGONQUIN PRESS (CHAPa HILL, N.C.) 

A RICH RESERVOIR OF HOME-GROWN TALENT ^ ,„^ 

MAINE PAPER-MILL TOWN SEHING FOR fOEST ^GONQUIN NOVaiST 

ALIENS 

SEE ALSO Tl I FRAI ALIENS 

SEE ALSO U.S. litllHViTION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 

WRITER FIGHTS DEPORTATION PUSH BY U.S. 

STATE DEFENDS LICENSE TO DRIVE CRACKDOWN 

ALIMONY 

SEE ALSO CHILD CUSTODY 
SEE ALSO DIVORCE 

SIJ^ HE'S FOR E3W 

DEADLINE EXTENDED AS CRUSH OF BILLS CONTIfftJES 

AU ATLANTIC COAST COffERENCE BASKETBAU TEAM 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL ^ 

HORACE a?ANT, KENNY SMITH TOP ALL-ACC 
TIGERS' GRANT; TAR hCELS' SMITH, WOLF LEAD ALL-ACC TEAM 
REID PACES ALL-ACC TEAM 

ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 
SECULES, PERRY LEAD AP TEAM _ 

CLEMSON, VIRGINIA TOP ALL-ACC FOOTBMJ. TEAM 



C T S 




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N E 
P D 


S I T 
E L Y 
— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 2 


8/13/1987 A 14 


N 


H 2 


3/04/1987 A 4 


L 


S 2 
H 3 


8/18/1987 B 1 
8/19/1987 C 1 


N S92 
N B81 



S 


2 7/27/1987 C 


1 


N B8S 


H 


2 4/11/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


S 


2 7/07/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


S 


2 7/20/1987 C 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 3/13/1987 B 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 3/14/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 3/28/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 7/25/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


16 


N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


19 


N 


H 


2 11/06/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 11/07/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/11/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 11/14/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 11/27/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/28/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/03/1987 C 


11 


N 



S 2 4/03/1987 A 7 N 



2 3/08/1987 E 
2 8/23/1987 E 



2 3/21/1987 B 
2 8/30/1987 C 



3 U H45 
3 P R H45 



1 P N M06 
3 N 



H 2 4/03/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 5/02/1987 A 9 N 



S 2 3/03/1987 D 1 P N 
H 2 3/04/1987 D 1 P N 
H 2 11/20/1987 C 2 P N 



2 11/22/1987 C 
2 11/24/1987 D 



8 N 
1 P N 



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«J. MY CHILDREN (SOAP OPERA) 

'HI. HY CHILDREN' STAR TO APPEAR 

(^-TRIANGLE CtMTERENCE BASEBALL 



S 2 6/04/1987 D 10 N 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY, N.C. 

HOUSE DEFEATS ALCOHOL BILLS 

ALLE6IS CORP. 

UWT'S AN ALLEGIS W<YWAY? 



H 2 6/17/1987 D 5 N 



S 2 6/12/1987 A 4 E 



dUJDi i O'HARA DEVELOPICNTS 

JJRY AlWaS APT, DUELLER $635,000 

APARTMENT MANAGERS TO APPEAL JURY'S VERDICT IN $635,000 SUIT 

*!1LEN & SONS PIT COOKED BAR-B-QUE 

DEER, EU< MEAT TAKEN IN TtCFT AT ALLEN & SON 

ALLENTON, INC. 

ALLENTON 'STREAMLINES, ' ADDS aJBSIDIARIES 
AU.EMTON SPLITS INTO 5 CfflfANIES 
SOUTHLAND BUILDING t£W HEADQUARTERS 
HOMEOUNERS AWAIT ACTION FROM ALLENTON 
miKUm MAY BE REAL-ESTATE WDT SPOT 

WXENTON REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 

WJRHAM MOVES (*€Ad, THANKS TO MANY 

LAU FIRM LEAVING DOUNTOUN OFFICES FDR TOWER QUITTERS 

OAK GROyE HOUSING UNITS OPPOSED 

1 OAK GROVE PROJECT APPROVED, 1 DENIED 

TOMER OPENING SET FOR FEB. 1 

SEUER SUBSIDIES RAISE QUESTION 

ALLENTON HAS REC£KD SALES YEAR 

ALLENTON REALTY HITS ♦ISO MILLION IN HOUSE StLES 

INFINin ROAD RESIDENTS OPPOSE 47 NEU HO^ES 

OFFICE OCCUPANCY RATE IN DURHAM 73 PERCENT 

(flJLTI-FAMILY W)I€S LEAD, SINGLES DROP IN BUILDING PERMITS 

ATTRACTIVE BUYS STILL SEEN IN COUNTY; REAL ESTATE VETERAN... 

ALLENTON'S REZONING REQUEST FAILS TO GET TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY VOTE 

ALLENTON LOSES REZONING BID 

HIK1-DENSITY HOUSING IS NEOED IN DIMIAM 

ALLEIffON MOVING FRIDAY TO NEU HIGH-RISE 

CCB MOVES OIWERSHIP OF SOUTHjWD TO REPUBLIC 

BOOM EXPECTED IN 0«-FAMILY HOME BUILDING 

HOME BUILDING LACKLUSTER FOR 3RD QUARTER IN DURWW1 

TRIANOl BRACES FOR BIG BUYERS? REALTORS LISTING 3 HWCS FOR $700,000... 

ALLENTON REALTY PURCHASES RALEIW MANA60ENT FIRM 

OFFICE ORIGINALS 

ALLENTON PURCHASES COfPANY IN Wi^ 

ALLENTON 'STREAMLINES,' ADDS SUBSIDIARIES 

WJ.ENTON SPLITS INTO 5 COMPANIES 

ADMARK GROIF TO UORK INDEPENDENT OF ALLENTON 

GROUP SAYS REAL-ESTATE FIRM RENEGED ON LAND PLANS 

REAL-ESTATE FIRM STUDYING HOfCOUNERS' CWPLAINTS 

ALLERGIES 

SEE ALSO NATIWIAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES 
SEE M.SO POJ^ 

HAY FEVER SEASON HITS IN FUX FURY 

ACHOO! DUKE BUILDING MAKING THEM SICK 

GRAIN RAIN 

AS UEATHER COOLS DOW, HAY FEVER >€ATS UP 

tilEf, UILLIAMS, CAWCN AND KING ARCHITECTS 

ALMWCE BOARD CONSIDERS SUIT OVER COWTY JAIL 

ENGI^ERS: EXPlVflJED WATER PLANT MAY IMPROVE PIHSBORO'S UATER 

SOME (LmmX. OFFICIALS TO GET ^ERIT PAY INCREASES 



H 


2 


6/13/1987 C 


1 N S82 


H 


2 


6/20/1987 A 


12 N 


H 


2 


2/03/1987 C 


4 N (BO 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 10/06/1987 C 


1 N L41 


H 


2 11/12/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


2 12/29/1987 A 


1 P N U82 


H 


2 


1/05/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/10/1987 A 


1 M N M06 


S 


2 


1/13/1987 A 


1 N M06 


S 


2 


1/13/1987 C 


1 P N U82 


H 


2 


1/21/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/31/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


2/01/1987 F 


1 P U 


S 


2 


2/04/1987 C 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


2/08/1987 F 


1 U 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 F 


1 U 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 


3/17/1987 C 


1 N S51 


S 


2 


3/17/1987 A 


3 N H70 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/01/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


2 


8/08/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


8/09/1987 E 


1 P F C80 


H 


2 


8/09/1987 F 


1 N 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/27/1987 C 


9 P N 


S 


2 11/06/1987 C 


1 N m6 


S 


2 11/11/1987 C 


1 N M06 


H 


2 


4/21/1987 A 


12 N 


H 


2 


4/23/1987 B 


1 N C60 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 A 


1 P P 


S 


2 


9/30/1987 C 


5 G 


H 


1 


3/25/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


3 


8/11/1987 C 


1 P N B81 


H 


1 


12/08/1987 C 


1 N T35 



ALLIED AmCNOL 



1 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1937 - 12A51/1987 



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SEE AfffHENOL (DURHAM DIVISION OF BW«ER RAHO CORP.) 

ALLIED OiSfO^ES OF ALAHANCE COUfTY 

SEE ALSO ALAmNCE COUNTY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHJRCHES, N.C. ^,„,. 

GROUP UANTS OLD BUR1IN6T0N POLICE STATION 
TRAINING SCHEIULET TODAY FOR VOLUNTEERS AT StCLTER 
BILL Will LETRira:iNGTON SELL OLD FO-ICE STATION 
ALAMAICE BILLS WIN APPROVAL ^^ ^^^^ 
BURLINGTON TAKES FURT>ER ACTION ON MAIN STREET 
BURLINGTON SELLS OLD POLICE STATION „^^ ^^ 
ElS^T AREA AGENCIES RECEIVE MONEY TO HELP AID HOMELESS 
HOIELESS S>B.TER IN BURLINGTON GETS GRANT OF $23,967 

ALLIED FIBERS AND PLASTICS CO. ^ „^^^^ 

NORTH CAROLINA SITS MORE FIRMLY ON STATE BAM<S 

'^^^uifuiC RESEARCJCRS GET ALIHEIMER'S GRANTS 

ALLIGATOR RI"^ NATIONAL UILDLIFE REFUK 

SEE ALSO UILDLIFE SANCTUARY _ „ . , „^ 
TldO RARE RED tO-VES BELIEVED TO HAVE PUPS 
m \m PUPS BIG PLUS for survival OF SPECIES IN WILD 
RQ IMLVES AD^T TO TVE UILDS OF NORTH CARO-INA 
RELEASE OF 8 RED UOLVES POSTPONED 
RELEASE OF RED UO-VES IN N.C. TO BE DELAYED 
COYOTE DISCOVERY COMPLICATES PLAN TO RELEASE UOLVES 
RED UOLVES TO HAVE COYOTE NEIGHBORS IN EASTERN N.C. 
RIGHTING CRIME AGAINST NATURE ___ 
PAIR OF RED UO-VES RELEASED IN REFUSE 
mS. RED UO-VES FREED AT REFUSE 
N.C. UOLVES GET THEIR OtW VETERINARIAN 

^ ^f S^KoS'^'^O VIUi^E, BUT IS REC^TURED 
HELPS UOLF 

RARE REP l«LF DIES IN N.C. _^ ^,^ ^^^„ 

UILDLIFE OFFICIALS PUZ2LED BY RED UOLF'S DEATH 

'^^'^LLIGATOR EVICTED FROM ISLAND „_ _^^^ „,^ ^„_ ^ _ 
ALLIGATORS BACK ffl< GA»€ LIST IN SO^E STATES, BUT f«T N.C. 

Al MAY TWT 

REVLON TO MOVE ALMAY OPERATIONS TO OXFORD 
ALMAY CONTIfftJES SHIFTING WORK TO OXFORD PLANT- 
SOME GRANVILLE BUSIfCSSES SAY HOUSING INADEQUATE 

ALPHA DELTA KAPPA _ 
CHARTER MEMBERS W3N0RED 
NEW MEMBERS 
ADK AID 

ALPHA DELTA PI 

SORORITY SUPPORTS MCDOIWLD HOUSES 

'^^S°DUKE%IV., FRATERNITIES m SORORITIES 
'TUISTER' BENEFIT „ „.^ 
COME ON BABY, LET'S DO THE TUISTER 
RIGHT HAND - RED! 

ALPRAZOLAM 

SEE ALSO DRUGS „.^^„ 

ALPRAZOLAM CONTROLLING PANIC AHACKS „,^^. 
DUKE RESEARCHERS FIND DRUG EASES 'PANIC AHACKS' 

^'' fflJf^P^B^'S'oF FIRE THAT DESTROYED 2 BUSI^ESSES 
TUO BUSINESSES DESTROYED BY FIRE 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



D — DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



1/21/1987 C 
3/14/1987 C 
4/17/1987 B 
4/30/1987 B 
5/21/1987 B 
9/03/1987 B 
12/11/1987 C 
12/12/1987 C 



N 
N 

N R53 
N R53 
N 
N 
N 
N 



( 



H 2 6/18/1987 D 8 P U L41 



S 2 8/14/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 5/14/1987 

H 2 5/15/1987 

2 5/21/1987 

2 5/23/1987 

2 5/28/1987 

2 6/04/1987 

1 6/05/1987 
.. 2 6/15/1987 
H 2 9/15/1987 
H 2 10/08/1987 
" 2 10/17/1987 

2 10/21/1987 
2 10/22/1987 
2 11/30/1987 
2 12/21/1987 
2 12/22/1987 



19 N 
13 N 

10 N 



U N 
8 N 
8 N 
5 P P 
1 N 

14 N 



S 2 5/28/1987 A 16 N 
H 2 7/06/1987 A 11 N 



H 2 5/16/1987 A 1 N H60 

H 1 7/28/1987 B 1 N H60 

H 1 12/22/1987 C 1 N T33 

S 2 5/22/1987 B 3 P P F70 

S 2 6/08/1987 C 3 P P K30 

S 2 10/15/1987 C 7 P P K30 



S 2 8/29/1987 C 2 N 



2 3/19/1987 D 
2 3/22/1987 C 
2 3/23/1987 A 



5 N 
1 P P F70 
7 P P F70 



2 1/10/1987 B 16 
2 1/30/1987 C 1 



9/12/1987 C 1 
9/13/1987 C 1 



N m 

N 



N B53| 
N I 



i 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



S U B J 



(^STON AVE. 

TOJCK OCCKPOINT TIKNS UP SAFETY VIOLATIONS 

(U.STON CORNER 

ADARtW TO CREATE ALSTtW CORNER SHOPPING CENTER 
AHARON FLAWING 'ALSTON CORfO' 

ALSTON TECWICAL PARK 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., OFFICE PROPERTY 
SEE ALSO HEAIMUARTERS PARK 
CCB MOVES OIWERSHIP OF StMJTHJ>ND TO REPUBLIC 
BUSINESS SEEKS TO BLOCK DURHAM AWCXATION 
$6.6 MILLION REQl£STED FOR FIRE DEPT. 
JUDGE STAYS tt.STON TECHNICAL PARK AltlEXATION 
AN^OATI0N PLANS SAIL ALONG; PREVIOUS OPPOSITION FADES 
DURHAM CfWMBER PLANS ACCIDENT PREVENTION CAMPAIGN 
MOVE TO IWROVE U(M AT RESEARCH LAB 
INTEGRATED LABORATORY SYSTEMS MOVING 

ALTERNATH^ EJCRGY CORP. 

SEE ALSO EhERGY CONSERVATION, N.C. 
SEE ALSO Ef€RGY SOURCES, ALTERNATIVES 

QUAINT LITTLE CHAPa HILL MORE EXPENSIVE THAN HOUSTON 

PROPOSED LAU COULD LOWER ELECTRIC BIUS 

ALTERNATIVE E^ERGY GRANTS AVAILABLE 

STUDY IN TRIANON SHOUS SOLAR SAVES 

ENERGY CC«PORATI0N TO l*JLL $1 MILLION IN NEW PROJECTS 

ALTERNATIVE EICRGY OKS »1 MILLION IN NEW PROJECTS 

GLAXO DONATES TO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE . 

ELECnWNIC TAX FILING IS BEIi«3 EXPANDED AFTER TRIM«LE TRIAL 

E>€RGY BOOKKEEPING FLAIED, SPEAKER SAYS 

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY CORP. OKS GRANTS FOR FOIR PRO>£CTS 

TRADING ON GLAXO STARTS 

TRIANGLE PARK GROIF HELPING COOPERATIVE REDUCE POWER COSTS 

MARTIN TO t€LP DEDICATE BIG STORAGE BATTERY 

LIGHTING OF OFFICE BUILDINGS CAUSES GLARING PROBLEMS 

TRIANGLE COWANY STUDIES PEANUT-DRYING ENERGY USE 

MAJOR RESOWJCE: LIBRARY'S BUSIICSS REFERENCE SECTION OFFERS SHORTCUTS.. 

ALTERNATIONS TASK FORCE 

SEE DURHAM ALTERNATIVES TASK FORCE 

ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATIW 

SEE ALSO COMMUNITY PENALTIES PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO WJRHAM W.TERNATIVES TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO DWHAM COMWJNITY PENALTIES PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO FORESTRY PRISON CAMPS 
SEE (y.SO PRISONS, N.C, OVEFCRfflJDING 

N.C. ama\ group backs alternatives to prisons 

ALTERNATIVES TO FEMALE INCARCERATION FOCUS OF RALEIGH'S NAT'L WORKSHOP 

MARTIN TELLS mi\lP MORE SPACE NEEDED IN STATE PRISON SYSTEM 

N.C. PRISON SYSTEM IS ON A ROLLER COASTER 

DU»)AM JAIL Ai«0 IS PRISON WITHOUT BARS 

PROGRAM TO PUNISH SOME FaONS WITHOUT IfffRISOMCNT 

GROUP Wis $217,566 FOR YOUTH PROGRAMS 

SAM KEEL GETS ASSI^^«CNTS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE WOra< 

REPAYING J\€. PEOPLE; COMMl^ITY SERVICE PR0SW1 SEEKS... 

KEEL TO WORK AT fEDIATION CENTER 

Pmxm AIDS PRISON SYSTEM AND CRIMINALS 

ALTRUSA aUB OF DURHAM 
NEW OFFICERS 
ALTRUSA OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED 

(i^WIARK CORPORATION 

$10,000 OVER fEXT FIVE YEARS PLEDGED TO PERSON HOSPITAL 

ALUMINW 

NOT TOO Y0U«3 TO RECYCLE 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 6/12/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


2 9/26/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 9/27/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 4/05/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 5/06/1987 A 


1 N S51 


S 


2 5/28/1987 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 6/04/1987 B 


1 N S82 


S 


2 7/15/1987 A 


1 M N H70 


S 


2 8/24/1987 A 


8 N 


S 


2 11/05/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 11/06/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 2/01/1987 B 


12 P U L41 


S 


2 2/02/1987 C 


1 N W82 


H 


2 4/04/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 4/04/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 4/07/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 4/14/1987 C 


5 N 


S 


2 4/18/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 6/11/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


H 


2 7/09/1987 B 


4 N M97 


H 


2 7/10/1987 B 


5 N M97 


S 


2 7/20/198/ A 


6 N 


H 


2 7/26/1987 A 


21 N M97 


H 


2 8/21/1987 A 


18 N R80 


H 


2 9/03/1987 A 


19 N 


H 


2 9/14/1987 B 


14 N 


H 


2 11/19/1987 C 


1 P U L41 



H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 


2 1/09/1987 C 
2 4/28/1987 B 
2 4/29/1987 B 
2 5/22/1987 A 

2 8/24/1987 A 

3 10/16/1987 C 
2 10/27/1987 C 
2 11/14/1987 C 
2 11/14/1987 B 
2 11/14/1987 B 
2 11/26/1987 A 


5 N 
4 N M02 
7 N M02 
4 E 
1 P N B53 
1 N W27 
3 P N 
1 N S82 
1 N ffi3 
1 N 
1 P N B53 


S 
S 


2 8/21/1987 B 
2 8/22/1987 A 


3 P P L38 
5 N 


H 


1 3/19/1987 B 


1 N H60 


H 


2 3/18/1987 B 


3 P P S76 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



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S IT 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



W.UMINl>1 CANS 

^VmWi ^TIES^O.OOO ALUHINUH [RIM< CANS A DAY 

(^U«IW*I CO. OF AMERICA 

DU<E POWER ^£GOTIATING FOR HPdL 

ALUMIhSX RECYCLING 
SEE RECYCLING 
SEE REYNOLDS ALWIINIW RECYCUNG CO. 

ALVIN AILEY AMERICA DANCE THEATRE 
ccr Aich nANCE 
DAfCE FESTIVAL KICKS OF 1987 SCHEDULE M£ 4 
LKCIF SET FOR DU<EW^raT SERIES 
ADF TAKES SEVEN TO COEBRATE A lOTH 
AILEY DANCERS TO C»=Q< DURHAM'S FESTIVAL 
ALVIN AILEY: CARING, SHARING 

TWF ^jTYT STEP 

AILEY COMPANy'gIVES STl^ING DANttSHOU 
AILEY'S DANCERS PROVIDE HOVING EXPERIENCE 
ADF fW<KS lOTH SEASON WITH AW*D 
AILEY GETS DANCE AWARD AT DUKE 

ALVIN AILEY REPERTORY DANCE ENSEMBLE 
«3T ALSO DANCE 
SIMCR S IT'S TIME FOR T>€ FESTIWL (F DANCE 
fKsDAJCES AILEY MAKES USE OF EXPERIENCES 

^^^SO DISEAis (SEE ALSO NAJCS OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) ^^^^ 
^ ALM Sh M. AND KATHLEEN PRICE BRYAN RESEARCH BUILDING 
SEE ALSO SENILITY _,,^^ 

^AM^^EfoF^SSf JSI^ FIND SUPPORT IN N.C. GROUP 
DUKE PLANS ALZHEIMER'S COtfERENCE „,^,^ 

DjI COfreeJCE to help spot AL2^€I^€R•S DISEASE 
ROYALL TO FIU NEW POST BEING CREATED BY SENATE 
WOMAN NAMED TO PW£L ON ALZHEI>CR'S DISEA^ 
'TWISTER' BENEFIT ^,„.„^ 

^Ufl ^l'^lm'^9<Shn 579,000 TO FALWELL'S GROUPS 

WUGHTER: tOMAN BELIEVED FALWELL SAW t€R THROUGH TV 

77-YEAR-OLD W«J<S AWAY FROM HOME 

IMBWN, 77, FOUND; RETURfO TO REST HW€ 

AL2HElf€R'S VICTIM IS REPORTED MISSING ,„,^.^ 

^#SCH CONTINt^ FOR MISSING MAN WITH <«J£I(€R'S 

MISSING MAN, 75, FOL^D U>«ARtCD ,^^^,^.^ 

OKE RESEARCHER PROBING MYSTERIES OF ALMItCR'S 

^ RESEARCHER SEEKING GENETIC LINK TO AL^ItCR'S 

RESEARCH ON AL2£IMER'S RAISES NEW QIEST ONS 

BOWMAN GRAY RECEIVES GRANT FOR ALZWI^ER'S 

SEARCHERS FIND MISSING WOMAN IN RAVIf€ 

CATASTR(PHIC ILLfCSS IS A FAMILY CRISIS 

DUKE KtAL UILX PARTICIPATE IN ALZ}€IfER'S DRUG STUDY 

DUKE TO JOIN ALZV£II€R'S DRUG STUDY 

DUKE, UNC RESEARCHERS QEJ ALZHEIMER'S GRANTS 

AOJLTS CARE FOR AGING PARENTS AT HOtC ^„,^,^ r^rrr^r 

SrCHERS STUDYING SftCIAL UNITS FOR ALZHEIfCR'S PATIENTS 

UNC TEAM TO STUDY ALZtCIMER'S UNITS 

ALZffilMER'S MEHING SET AT CHATHAM HOSPITAL 

GUARDIANSHIP OF T>£ ELDERLY: NEW LAW TO TAKE EFFECT 

l^lll^'^^ r^^ ^N« r^^nh ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE 

"^sK^ S^ ^ER^^SIf Of"°S ^congress OF INDUSTRIE ORGANIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO UNIONS, U.S. 



H 2 5/14/1987 D 5 P U L41 
S 2 10/07/1987 A 5 N 



H 


2 


3/14/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


1 


4/25/1987 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


5/28/1987 D 


1 P F B71 


H 


2 


6/04/1987 A 


1 N W66 


S 


2 


6/04/1987 D 


2 P F B71 


S 


2 


6/04/1987 D 


3 P F B71 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 B 


1 R L34 


S 


2 


6/05/1987 B 


11 R B71 


H 


2 


6/08/1987 A 


1 P N U66 


S 


2 


6/08/1987 A 


1 P N B71 


K 


2 


5/31/1987 D 


1 P F W66 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 D 


2 P F W66 



S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


n 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



' A 
D 
C 
A 

' A 
D 
C 
A 
A 
D 



1/20/1987 
1/22/1987 
1/30/1987 
2/21/1987 
3/03/1987 
3/19/1987 
3/22/1987 
3/27/1987 
4/01/1987 
5/07/1987 _ 
5/08/1987 B 
5/27/1987 C 
5/27/1987 A 
5/28/1987 B 
6/27/1987 C 
7/03/1987 C 
7/08/1987 A 
7/08/1987 C 
8/02/1987 B 
8/06/1987 B 
8/06/1987 A 
8/08/1987 B 
8/14/1987 C 
8/21/1987 B 
8/23/1987 C 
8/24/1987 C 
9/10/1987 B 
9/21/1987 B 
10/17/1987 B 
12/24/1987 A 



4 

5 

4 

10 I 
12 

5 

1 I 
18 
15 

c 

J 

4 

1 
14 

3 

1 

9 
10 

9 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 
14 

1 

2 

7 

3 

5 



F70 



L 
N D80 

N 

N 

N 

N 

P 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 080< 

N 

N 

U 

N 

N 080 
) Q K65 

N C60 

N W82 

N 
> F 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

L 



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UORKERS PROTEST PENSION FUNDS SHIFT 
PROTECTION ISSUE LOffllS OVER TEXTILE INDUSTRIES 

AMARYaiS 

SEE ALSO FLOWERS 
YGU CAN COAX YOUR AMARYLLIS INTO REFL01OIN6 EACH YE^ 

AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION 

MALVIN WORE WINS AAU AUARD 

WWTEUR BASKETBAa ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
WC'S RICE ADOD TO SOUTH TEAM AS FESTIW. OPENS 

TJ€ W1ATEURS 

RE(»AE BENEFIT PUWED 
REGGAE IN HILLS60ROU3H 

AMBERLY (DWRBORO, N.C.) 

13-POINT DEAL STRUCK ON UNIVERSITY LAKE PLAtWING 

DECISION DELAYED ON WATER EXTENSIONS 

STORY ABOUT AMBERLY DEVELOPER CLARIFIED 

HEARINGS SET ON AMBERLY 

WATERSHED THREATOO 

JOINT PLANNING PANEL OKS BILL DRAFT FOR HOUSE 

WATER ffiNIED TO DEVaOWCNT 

CARRBORO REJECTS AMBERLY SUBDIVISION 

CORRECTION 

CALDWELL VOTES AGAINST MOTION 

MANN EXPECTS DEVELOPMENT, NOT FOREVER AMBERLY 

BOARD PROHIBITS RUNNING WATER LINES NEAR LAKE 

AMBERLY DEVELOPMENT BACK ON CARRBORO BOARD'S AGENDA 

CARRBORO BOARD VOTES TO REVIEW AMBERLY PROPOSAL 

AMBERLY PROJECT'S PLANfCD SEWER SYSTEM CRITICIZED 

COJNCIL l€MBER AGREES TO WITHDRAW PROPOSAL 

ANSICR ON AMBERLY SUBDIVISION EXPECTED TONIGHT AT CARRBORO ^£ARING 

AMBERLY GETS ALORMEN'S OK 

AMBERLY VOTE NO (KEEN LIGHT FOR OTfCRS 

WATER AUTHORITY TO CONSIMR AMBERLY SEWAGE PROPOSAL 

STUDY ORDERED ON REQUEST FOR AMBERLY SEWAGE PLANT 

COMMISSIONERS SEEK LEGAL KLAY OF AMBERLY PROJECT 

COIMY CAN'T BLOCK /WBERLY IN COURT, AHtSWEY TELLS BOARD 

COUCIL ASKED TO JOIN FIGHT AGAINST AMBERLY 

AMBERLY OPPOCNTS CONTEMPLATING SUIT AGAINST CARRBORO 

CARRBORO SUED OVER APPROVi^ OF (WBERLY 

ALIERMEN'S QUIPS ABOUT AMBERLY SUIT LEADEN WITH LAWYER 

BUCK SHOULD STOP HERE, SAYS C<«<RBORO ALDERMAN 

OWASA BOARD WANTS ADVICE OF TOWNS, COUNTY 

WATERSHED l€EDS PROTECTION 

PORTO WANTS ALDERfCN TO PICK ADVISORY BOARD LEADERS 

JQim PLANNING ACCORD CALLED 'HISTORIC 

CARRBORO SEEKS DISMISSAL OF AMBERLY LAWSUIT 

AMBERLY ^€ARING SCffiMJLED 

HEARING SET ON AMBERLY WATER, BUT IVE OUTCOME'S IN LITTLE DOUBT 

WATER AffiNCY WON'T RUN SYSTEM fOR (WBERLY PROJECT 

MAYORAL CANDIDATES IN D^RBORO ^WVE CLEAR DIFFERENCES 

ALDERI€N ARE ASKED TO ADOPT ETHICS CODE 

ALDERMEN MUU CHANGE ON SUBDIVISION PERMITS 

RULING KE ON AMBERLY 

JUDGE REJECTS AMBERLY SUIT 

JUDGE'S RULING GIVES AMBERLY SUBDIVISION GREEN LIGHT 

AMBUJiNCE SERVICE, ALAMANCE COIWTY 
SEE ALSO ALAIWfCE COUNTY RESCUE UNIT 
LOU PAY HURTS AUWrfCE EMS, SAYS DIRECTOR 
PARAtCDICS ICEDED FUR AMBUJtfCE 

AMBULANCE SERVICE, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO D£R(£NCY MEDICAL TECWICIANS 
DUKE MOVING aOSER TO AMBULANCE FRANCHISE 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 3/11/1987 B 5 N 
H 2 8/04/1987 A 2 J 



H 2 1/04/1987 E 10 P U B5S 
S 2 10/13/1987 B 3 M 

H 2 7/13/1987 B 2 N C52 



S 2 1/22/1987 D 8 N 
H 2 1/23/1987 D 4 P P 



1/22/1987 B 

2/12/1987 B 

3/14/1987 C 

3/25/1987 C 

4/08/1987 A 

4/08/1987 C 

4/09/1987 B 

4/15/1987 B 

4/16/1987 B 

4/17/1987 A 

4/22/1987 C 

4/24/1987 B 

7/01/1987 B 

7/08/1987 C 

7/18/1987 C 

7/22/1987 C 

7/28/1987 A 

7/29/1987 B 

7/31/1987 B 

8/12/1987 C 

8/13/1987 B 

8/19/1987 C 

8/25/1987 B 

8/25/1987 B 

8/26/1987 C 

8/28/1987 B 

9/02/1987 B 

9/09/1987 B 

9/10/1987 B 

9/16/1987 A 

9/16/1987 C 

9/24/1987 B 

10/01/1987 B 

10/10/1987 C 

10/15/1987 B 

10/23/1987 C 

10/26/1987 B 

10/28/1987 C 

11/11/1987 C 

12/16/1987 C 

12/16/1987 A 

12/17/1987 B 



N 681 
N L90 
N 

N K6S 
L 

N BIO 
N 080 
N K65 
N 
N 

N K65 
N L90 
N K65 
N K6S 
N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
N L90 
N L90 
N MIO 
N MIO 
N B81 
N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
N B81 
N K65 
L 

N K65 
N B81 
N W27 
N 080 
N L90 
N L90 
■ N K65 
N K65 
N K65 
N W27 
N W27 
N W27 



H 1 8/22/1987 C 1 N T35 
H 1 8/27/1987 B 1 N 



S 2 7/15/1987 C 1 N M06 



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HOSPITAL AUAITS UORD ON AMBULANCE RECALL 
SEWER-LAND CONBDWING IS DELAYED 
TUO lAlDim IWIIANCES ARE REC^ilED 
DURHAM AMBIAJWCES LAUDED FOR FAST RESPONSE 

AHBIAANCE SERVICE, WJRHAM COUNTY 

1 ^^ SStT^-gSTSeDICAL SERVICES COUNCIL 
QCRGENCY WORKERS APPLAUDED __ ^ ^^ 

DECENCY OFFICIALS SAY RESPONSE TIME SLOW? 

DUWAM hEEDS MORE AMBULANCES 

Sm^ Sm'^^£RAL AMBULANCE DIVISION ICNORED 
mMSE^KwK F^ TCCimOGICAllY ADVANCED AMBULANCE 

fg^^E^OINlR^s'^TS Cr fOICAL EiCRGENCIES IN imm 

HONOR EMERGENCY WORKERS _ ,„^„ 

AiSWe OFFICIALS URGE OZARLY MARKED HO«S 

AMBULANCE WORKERS HURT 

BUILDING REPAIR FWBS SOJGHT „,„,^_ 

Sa^^K!! hS^fTY^s a^ANT^ 

mSS S^'brTckTdurham county ambulance 



AMBWJtfCE SERVICE, N.C. _ 

^^^SO ACCIltMTS, AMBULANCE 



ONLY AMBU.ANCE MAKER 



SEE ALSO AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE _ ^ 

SEE ALSO SOJTH (DANVILLE RESCUE SQUAD 

F(K)€R W3SPITAL ORDERLY NOW STATE'S ^^. .. 

aKnOSERVICE^ING THIN ON NON;B€RGE^ES 
kMaMHJLANCE joke draws REfl^I^'^ANp. »50 Fp 
F^ recalls ambulances built WITH VAN DWSSIS 
SWE WWfS TOSPmW> AMBULANCE MODIFICATIONS 
AIR AMBULANCES POST WORST YEAR 
AJm^lCRKERS, PATIENT HURT IN COaiSION 
FlSlD FIXING AMBULANCES ,^ n-r,.^^v^ 

ROBESON AMBUjWCES FAIL TO MEH STANDARDS 

^'!c^ ffiisMAN'S WIFE WORKS TO SPEED AMBULANCE SERVICE 

AMBILATORY SU«3ERY 
SEE ALSO SURffiRY 
AMBULATORY SURffiRY CUTS RECOVERY TIIC 

'^^AN KILLED, WIFE INJJRED IN AMBUSH 

A^ERICA l£ST AIRLINES ^,„„ 

AIRLINE OFFERS DEAL TO END MERGER FIGHT 

AMERICiW ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 

^':^AreL^ PROF VOTED TO ARTS, SCIENCES ACADEMY 

AMERICAN AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO AMR CORPORATION 

SEE ALSO AIRLINES 

SEE ALSO MOICAN EAGLE 

TF ALt» AMERICAN WAY MAGAZIhE 

REPO^ K^LolffiON FLI^Tira<S PIEDMONT SUPPORTERS 

HEARINGS ON LONDON FLIGHTS BEGIN TODAY 

TRIANOI MAKES PITCH FOR LONDON FLIGHTS TODAY 

CITIES USE BIG GWS TO SHOOT FOR ROJTES 

SftNDING AT RDU MAY RISE 

HEARING ON GATEWAY GOES INTO OVERTIME 

eSiST: RDU WOULDHAVE MORE PASSENGERS TO LONDON 

fCARING CONTIfftJES ON GATEWAYS 

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CtWRLOTTE ALMOST HOUR FARTHER FROM LONDON, AICRICAN OFFICIAL SAYS 

TWO S.C. POLITICIANS SU^ORT RDU BID FOR LONDON GATEUAY 

PIEDmMT CHIEF DEFENDS GATEUAY BID 

GATEUAY HEARINGS END AFTER HltS. DAYS 

CINCIMWTI PRESENTS AROfllENTS FOR LONKIN GATEUAY 

AIRPORT AUDORITY AMPTS PROCEDURES TO MINIMIZE NOISE 

DU5HAM READY FOR GATEUAY; WAT ARE CHARLOTTE, RALEIGH YELPING ABOUT? 

DOT STAFFERS RECOWEND CHARLOTTE FOR LONDtW aiGHT 

RDU STILL SEEKS 'GATE' TO LONDON 

EASING AIRPORT DELAYS AIM OF U.S. PROPOSAL 

♦GATEUAY' DECISION NOT OVER 'TIL IT'S OVER 

RDU BOARD TO CONSIDER LANDING SYSTEM 

CHARLOTTE FAVORED FOR LONDON GATEUAY 

RDU GATEUAY PANa CHALLENGES PIEDMONT/CHARLOTTE CLAIMS 

AIRLIhCS chief: SimJLTANEOUS LANDINGS URGENTLY NEEDED AT RDU 

GATEUAY CASE PUT RDU ON M/«> 

AIRLItC l^GES mi RADAR SYSTEM 

DOT BRIEF BACKING CHARLOTTE NOT FINAL UORD ON GATEUAY 

RDU CAN HANH^ AMERICAN aiGHTS 

official: CtBT FACTOR IN RUNWAY REPLACEMENT 

FOOD-SERVICE FIRMS TO SWiRE SPACE IN hEU TERMINAL 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY AWARDS CONTRACTS FOR SIGNS, LOUNGE 

2ND LONKIN GATEUAY OPPORTUNITY MAY OPBi 

RDU GATEUAY BID REJECTED 

RDU NOT REC0^91ENDED FOR GATEUAY 

RDU, FAA DISCUSS l€U RADAR SYSTEM 

NO DECISION SEEN THIS WEEK ON RDU RADAR 

ANOTHER JCARING SET ON GATEUAY 

FEU LOCAL JOBS EXPECTED AT RDU - WCRICAN OFFICIAL 

U.S. (»VER^»£^fT LARKST LANDOWNER IN DURHAM COUNTY 

AIRLINE SALE WON'T AFFECT GATEWAY VOTE 

CHICAGO FIRM LEASS BUILDING NEAR DURHAM 

RDU BUDGET REffl£STS 33 MORE EMFtOYEES 

AIRLIfC CENTER POSSIBLE 

AIRLINE MAY OPEN l€U CENTER 

RDU BUDGET FEaS IMPACT OF NEU TERMINAL 

RADAR TEST EASES AMERICAN'S HUB FEARS 

MANY A^OICAN AIRLINES' TRANSFERS TO RDU SURPRISES AGOCY 

piedmont: American flea a 'red \€RRim> 

FOUR AiaifES are BATTLING FOR LONDON aiGHTS 

PIEDM(M-USAIR UNION MAY CLOUD GATEUAY PICTURE 

LONDON GATEUAY tCARINGS MAY REOPEN 

AMERICAN STia UNIECIDED ON CREW BASE 

AiaifE 'HUB,' C£VaOPf£NT PUSH RDU AHEAD OF SOOOI 

AFRICAN UNDECIDED ON BASE 

AfERICAN AiaiNES OFFICIALS TOUR DURHAM 

RDU PANa PUTS OFF EXTRA EXPENSE 

AIRPORT TRIES TO SPEED WORK ON NEU TERMINAL 

LABOR UOES WON'T AFFECT RDU HUB 

AFRICAN'S PILOTS READY TO LAND AT RDU AIRPORT 

AMERICAN AIra.I^E (CCHANICS START TRAINING AT TECH 

AIRPORT PAJCL APPROVES $225,000 IN CHANGES ON AJOICAN TERMINAL 

AIRPORT AUTTORITY OKS CWtNGES IN NEU TERMINAL 

CHARLOTTE WINS COVETED LONDON GATEWAY 

RDU CONCEDES LOSS OF GATEWAY 

AMERICAN TO DISCUSS RDU 'HUB' 

report: AIRLII€ will use RDU AS CREW BASE 

TRIANGLE hEEDS UNITY 

DESPITE LOSING GATEWAY, RDU MAY HAVE LONDON aiSHT 

LONG-RANGE aANS PONDERED BY RDU BOARD 

AMERICAN TO OPOI CREU BASE AT RDU 

INTERNATIONAL SERVICE REMAINS TOP PRIORIH 

PLAINED RDU CREU BASE WOULD BRING 1,300 WORKERS 

GROWING ROUTES SPUR AiaiNE TO BUY $8 BiaiON IN f£U ,£TS 

AIRLINE PRESIDENT TO TALK AT DUKE 

SKY a€FS' f£U BUILDING ALMOST READY 

LOTS OF LEG ROOM ON AMERICAN 747 BOUND FOR TOKYO 

USE OF AIR SAFETY DEVICES MAY HIKE FARES 

LUXURY LINER 

AMR STOCKHOLDERS TO ^EET IN TRIANGLE 



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1/14/1987 C 
1/15/1987 B 
1/17/1987 C 
1/20/1987 A 
1/21/1987 B 
1/22/1987 A 
1/28/1987 B 
1/28/1987 A 
1/29/1987 C 
1/30/1987 A 
2/04/1987 D 
2/05/1987 A 
2/06/1987 B 
2/10/1987 C 
2/10/1987 A 
2/10/1987 A 
2/11/1987 B 
2/12/1987 C 
2/14/1987 A 
2/23/1987 C 
2/24/1987 B 
2/25/1987 C 
2/26/1987 
2/26/1987 
3/04/1987 
3/05/1987 
3/06/1987 
3/08/1987 
3/08/1987 
3/11/1987 
3/13/1987 B 
3/18/1987 A 
3/18/1987 B 
3/18/1987 A 
3/18/1987 C 
3/19/1987 A 
3/19/1987 B 
3/20/1987 C 
3/21/1987 A 
3/22/1987 C 
3/23/1987 A 
3/25/1987 B 
3/25/1987 C 
3/25/1987 
3/28/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/09/1987 
4/15/1987 B 
4/21/1987 B 
4/22/1987 B 
4/22/1987 C 
4/24/1987 
4/24/1987 
4/25/1987 
4/26/1987 
4/28/1987 
4/28/1987 B 
4/29/1987 B 
4/30/1987 D 
4/30/1987 
4/30/1987 
4/30/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/08/1987 B 
5/08/1987 A 
5/08/1987 A 
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PROGfWI LURES NEU EXECUTIVES TO DURHAM 
1,000 f£U JOBS ANTICIPATED 
imWIi SITES EYED FOR AIRUfC ^NTERur^r.r 
PICKrrS FLYING IN FOR AIRLINE BOARD ACTING 
A«EFICW< DISCUSSES TRIANGLE J3BS 

KKKfJEc^ffi ^d!^ for RESERVATIONS UNIT 

AIRLINE PAY PROTESTED BY aiWT ATTENDENTS 

AIRLIfC CENTER MAY TOP' *25 MILLION 

Aji^I^ AIRLINES' CHAIRWW CHASTISED FOR SMOKING 

AMERICAN SAYS EASTERN CUTS COIf^ETITION 

^ICM FILES OWPLAINT OVER RALEIGH-DURHAM RIGHTS 

LACK OF PERMIT WON'T DELAY RMJ TERMINAL 

A«RI»NffiGINS NON-STOP FLIGHTS BETWEEN RDU, CHICAGO 

RDU AIRPORT GETS UfCXPECTED INCOfC 

RDU tUlS HAYS TO PAY FOR GROWTK 

AMERICAN AIRLItCS' LOU FARE IDEA SIMRS 

^^SSe^^^ ^CAN'S discount TICKETS 

ctccK nc details 

t«IGHT BROTHERS KIN TAKES HUB TOW? 
AIRLUC MAGAZIfC FEATURES STORY ON RTP 
rtJB HUBBUB 

a^ierican prep*«es for red-carpet (^ening 

tKmiw effect: American airlines realizes ist delay leads to many 

^^^^'SJSmS ^^iK^S make TVe^VES AT «)ME... 

...AICRICAN PLANS FOR MINIMA GROUNDTIME... (CARTOON) 

INSIDE 

RDU GETS IffiRE 'COMPLEX' WITH HUB 

'DREAM' DATES AND RDU'S PLAN FOR COfflETION „ _, ,„^ 

IPSAA S DAY AT RDU: 1¥>RTIN TO HELP OPEN AIRUNE'S NEW ^ftJB 

RDU HUB ABUZZ QH OPENING DAY 

f€U AA HUB DEDICATED TO SPIRIT OF KITTY HAW< 
A(€RICAN AIRLINES P(«TY FEATURES CONCERT, BtfFH 
AIRLI(€ mJB RST.ECTS TRIANGLE'S PRIORITIES 

PASSENGER COUNT LP AT AIRPORT WITH WJB (PENING 

HUB PWNING SMCCTH-Y 

A(£RICAN READY TO BATTLE FLKKT DELAYS 

AIRLIfC EYES FOREIGN RtSJTES ^_^ 

RESERVATION SERVICE ADMITS FLIGHT ERRtKS 

AtCRICAN AIRLINES GETS 'UELCOfE TO DURHAM' 

TMJ. TELEPHOte BCMTH ^_ 

AMERICAN AIFIINES' HUB INCREASES RDU BUSIhESS ^ _ ^^^ 

AM^ICAN EAoi HAS TO FLY TO OPEN COMPTER LINE MONTHS AHEAD OF TIME 

AIR OjS-ITySgUj^TIONS hWY SLOW FUTURE AIRPORT PROJECTS 

HWCOWCRS a«3UP STARTS CONSUCR PRO^, ^ 

CHAMKR TO POLL AMBERS ON T(X1-FREE CAUS 

CARY MAY GET AMERICAN TICKET CENTER _,^ 

WCRICAN AIRLINES PAYS RESPECT TO OJRHAM PRIffi 

FLIGHT RESERVATION CENTER ANN(XINCE>ENT EXPECTED 

AMERICAN AIRLIfCS SELECTS CARY FOR CENTER 

CENTER TO EVENTUAUY HIRE 1,500 

AFRICAN confirms: C^Y gets RESERVATIONS CENTER 

li^ONG PIPING INSTALLED AT TERMINAL ^.,,,„ 

fficAN AIRLINES 'LANJfING' WIU SEND HOtt SALES SOARING 

STATE GETS 3,500 JOBS IN 1 WQK ,^„^ 

AMERICAN AIRLINES CAMPAIGN STRESSES SERVICE 

JET NOISE BUGGING ROJ-AREA RESIDENTS 

AMERICAN AIRLINES MULLING NEU PROP-ETS 

AMERICAN EYES HIGH-TECH PLANES _ ^„ ^^^, ^ 

PLANE'S DELAYED TAKEOFF FWCES W«T>€R TO CIRCLE 

AIRLIIC HUB MANA(£R SMILING NOW AFTER ^€CTIC FIRST DAYS 

RT? CREDIT UNION FINDS f£U LXATION 

AIRLINE'S MAGAZINE LAUDS PARK _^„,^„^ 

FAA MAY TIa^TEN RDU'S AIR-SAFETY RESTRICTIONS 

AIRPORT'S BOARD TO OCCK BOND SPENDING LIMITS 



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5/19/1987 C 
5/19/1987 A 
5/20/1987 B 
5/20/1987 A 
5/20/1987 A 
5/21/1987 B 
5/21/1987 B 
5/21/1987 A 
5/24/1987 
5/27/1987 
5/28/1987 
5/28/1987 
6/02/1987 .. 
6/03/1987 B 
6/03/1987 A 
6/05/1987 
6/05/1987 
6/07/1987 
6/09/1987 
6/10/1987 
6/10/1987 
6/10/1987 . 
6/11/1987 B 
6/11/1987 B 
6/12/1987 A 
6/12/1987 
6/13/1987 
6/13/1987 
6/13/1987 
6/14/1987 
6/14/1987 
6/15/1987 
6/15/1987 
6/15/1987 
6/16/1987 .. 
6/16/1987 B 
6/16/1987 A 
6/17/1987 
6/17/1987 
6/19/1967 
6/19/1987 
6/19/1987 
6/23/1987 
6/24/1987 .. 
6/25/1987 B 
6/25/1987 A 
7/05/1987 D 
7/08/1987 D 
7/11/1987 A 
7/15/1987 B 
7/15/1987 A 
7/15/1987 A 
7/16/1987 B 
7/16/1987 A 
7/16/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/26/1987 
7/31/1987 
8/01/1987 
8/05/1987 
8/06/1987 
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AIRPCKT BOARD QUESTIONS LIMITS ON BOND-SPENDING 

AMERICAN TO FLY NON-STOP TO PtJERTO RICO FROM RDU 

AFRICAN BEGINS OVERSEAS FLIKfTS UITH TRIPS TO SAN JUAN, BARBADOS 

THIS PRINTED 'HJSPEL' APPARENTLY IS TRUTH; ffltY THE FACTS VARY 

28 NAMED TO AIRPORT PLANNING COWITTEE 

AIRPWT ACTIvm BRISK 

AfERICAN OFFERS LOWER FARES ON NEU FLIGHTS FROM RDU HUB 

TOBACCO SUPPORTERS FIGHT AIRLINES SMOKING BAN PLAN 

BILL TO BAN S«3RT-FLIGHT SMOKING RILES N.C. 

AIRPORT 6R0UING, BUT U.S. AGENCY COULD CURTAIL IT 

U.S. BILL MAY CUT RDU HUB FLIGHTS 

AMERICAN ADDING RWJ-CHICAGO FLIGHT 

AfERICAN AIRLIICS SEEKS MORE JOB M1>LICANTS 

FLIGHT DELAYS REDUCE AIR TRAVEL'S APPEAL 

SEMINAR SET FOR PEOPLE ^tfWilD TO FLY 

NEU RDU TERMINAL DEDICATED 2 YEARS AFTER GROUNDBREAKING 

JETS' ROAR HERALDS DEDICATION OF HUB AT RDU 

RDU ISSUES BONK FOR 2ND PARKING DECK 

SUIT FILED OVER AIRLIfC RESERVATIONS 

AMERICAN'S ATTENDWTS WJION PUSHES FOR STRIKE 

AMERICAN AIRLHCS TO BEGIN DAILY aiGHTS TO PUERTO RICO 

BASE»*X GREAT aiMBS ABOARD INAUGUR(!«. FLIGHT TO PIERTO RICO 

A^ERICAN AIRLIICS GETS TOP GRADES IN SERVICE REPORT 

AUTHOR'S IdX. TO UIND UP BETH EL SERIES 

A^ERICAN AIRLINES ADDINffi FLIGHTS TO SERVE TRIANOl 

SEMINAR OFFERED FCR FEARFUL FLYERS 

AA, UNION AVERT STRIKE; FLIGHT ATTENDANTS A(3?EE TENTATIVELY TO CONTRACT 

AMERICAN ATTENDANTS REPORT AT RDU AFTER STRIKE AVERTED 

N.C. 'FIRST IN FLIGHT' AND STILL FLYING HIGH 

PifRlCtM AIRLIiCS TO OFFER FREQUENT FLIERS BONUS TRIPS 

AMERICAN ARBITRATICm ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO «DIATION 
SEE ALSO MEDICAL MALPRACTICE SUITS 

ARBITRATION CONTINUES ON PERSON COUJTWWSE A^WEX WORK 

ARBIITWTION POSTPONED ON PERSON C0URTW3USE REPAIR BILLS 

DURHAM'S TRIAL 'PEOPLE'S COURT' A HIT 

CLEARING THE RECfflW) 

PERSON UINS ARBITRATION CASE ON COJRTVfflUSE 

OVERTURNING OF JUDGMENT SOUGHT 

PERSON ARBITRATION RULING t^HELD 

l*CN Fl^IOUS AT YOUR STOCKBROKER, DO YOU Sl£ OR ASK FOR ARBITRATION? 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE 
DXTCKS AIDING TORTUS— SFtAKER 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 
AUARD \iim£R 

ORANGE ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS TO l€ET 
H0W3ES IS aJEST SPEAKER 
ARP OF DURtWM-ORANGE TO INSTAa ELECTED OFFICIALS 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATItW OF TEXTILE COLORISTS (WD CHEMISTS 
SEE PLSD TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
DUKE OFFERS BUSIiCSS WORKSHOP ; TEXTILE 0£MISTS TO STUDY COLORS 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNH^SITY PROFESSORS 
SEE ALSO PROFESS«?S, U.S. 
UNC EMPLOYEES' PAY, BENEFITS DISCUSSED UITH STATE LEGISLATORS 
ACADEMIC FREEDOM TOPIC OF fCETING 
FIGHT TO CONTROL SEMINARY MAY ALTER ACADEMIC FREEDOM 
BAPTIST PROFESSORS F'REPARE COfffLAINT 

AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. 

SEE M.SO LEGAL ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAR ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO U.S. SIFREME COURT 
BAR ASSOCIATIW SCHEDllED TO DEBATE TOBACCO AD BAN 
PROPOSED TOBACCO AD BAN BREUS A STORM AT LAWYERS CONVENTION 



9/02/1987 C 

9/17/1987 A 

9/18/1987 C 

9/20/1987 F 

9/23/1987 B 

9/23/1987 C 

9/25/1987 B 

9/30/1987 A 

10/01/1987 A 

10/07/1987 C 

10/07/1987 C 

10/23/1987 B 

11/06/1987 C 

11/12/1987 A 

11/17/1987 B 

11/20/1987 C 

11/20/1987 A 

11/20/1987 C 

11/25/1987 C 

11/29/1987 B 

12/01/1987 C 

12/03/1987 B 

12/03/1987 C 

12/08/1987 B 

12/08/1987 C 

12/08/1987 A 

12/23/1987 A 

12/23/1987 C 

12/28/1987 A 

12/30/1987 B 



2/26/1987 B 

5/13/1987 C 

8/24/1987 A 

8/26/1987 A 

10/21/1987 B 

10/30/1987 C 

11/13/1987 B 

12/13/1987 D 



1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
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N U82 
N U82 
N M97 
N 

N R80 
N B53 
N 

N U82 
N 

N M97 
N U82 
N 
N 
E 
N 

N M97 
N U82 
N W82 
N M97 
N 

N R80 
N A54 
N 

U H45 
N R80 
F G59 
N 

N U82 
N 
N M97 



N S80 
N 

N S82 
N 

N T33 
N 
N 
U L41 



H 2 6/20/1987 B 3 P N B12 



S 2 4/28/1987 B 5 P P 

H 2 9/17/1987 D 6 N 

S 2 10/19/1987 C 3 N 

S 2 12/12/1987 C 2 N 



T37 



S 2 10/06/1987 A 3 N 



2 1/14/1987 C 2 N L90 

2 10/30/1987 C 8 N 

2 11/07/1987 A 1 N B85 

2 12/26/1987 C 3 N 



2/14/1987 A 
2/15/1987 A 



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BAR ASSXIATItW REJECTS TOBACCO AD BAN 
SOCIETY'S S(fUy KEY IN INSANITY DECISION 

WCRICS^IKES SECURITY AFTER TAINTED LE^ FOM) 
memi WM<ED TTH in U.S. as ENTF£Pf®€URIAL HOT SPOT 
IV KVICE, fWDE IN DURHAM, IS BEING INTRODUCED IN JAPAN 
AMERICAN TOBACCO PUWS END TO DURHAM FTODUCTION 
AMERICAN TOBACCO MAY GIVE BUILDINGS TO CITY, DU<E 
CITY, DWE MAY GET AFRICAN SPACE 
AMERicAN PLANS TO SELL ITS BUILDINt3S IN OJRHAM 
AMERICAN SHOJLD KEEP SOME TIES TO DURHAM 
LOUCEE LEAVES AMERICAN POST 
AMERICAN BRANDS* LOUGEE QUITS „,,.„^, ^„ 

AI€RICAN BRANDS INC. AWWUNCES NEU CWIRMA, CEO 
AFRICAN TOBACCO HUNTS NEW JOBS FOR EfPLOYEES 
TOBACCO COfPANIES 'REMARKABLY' STRONG THESE DAYS 

Ai€RICAN BRANDS WINS SUIT DELAY ,,^^„ 

BULL MARKET UILL KEEP CHARGING, BROKERS FIOICT 
LiM EXPECTS COURT RU.ING TO LIMIT SUITS 
Ai€RICAN TOBACCO CO. ROJ-S ITS LAST CIGARETTE 

GIFT TO CITY UOULD IMPROVE FIRM'S IMA« 

AiCRICAN BRANDS TO SELL PINKIRTON'S, SUNSHIft BISCUITS 
AitRICAN BRANDS BUMPED _„^„,^. „ .^^ 
WX.E SHOUS INTEREST IN AMERID^ PLANT 
A^ERICAN BRANDS UILL REPURCHASE STOCK 

AJCRICAN BRANDS, SALES AND EARNINGS 

Ca^(SV»TE reports: A^€RICAN BRANDS 
ALLENTON HAS RECWD Sf^^S YEAR „,.,.^ 

fii^lZm BRANDS REPORTS RECORD FIRST QUARTER 
AMERICAN HWNOS LISTS lOX PROFITS GAIN 
A>£RICAN BRANDS REPORT 

AMERICWJ BUSINESS UOfO'S ASSOCIATION, BARTUH DIWWM CHAPTER 
UCWAN OF JVE YEAR 
BOSS OF THE YEAR 
)€U OFFICERS 

'^^STAtFwWBES POSSIBLE PUMPING OF TOXICS 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
MOCK ARREST 

gK'to'^^S'rScHERS IMPROVE UNDERSTANDING OF CANCER 
SMOKING aiNIC SET 

^iE KE,'SiKhTRAYS «ILL LIKELY KEEP A SMOKER A SMOKER 
BALLOJNS LAIWCHED FCS5 SMOMOUT 
SUBLIMINAL ICSSAGES BAD FOR ANY REASON 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETTT, DUW" (>!^JS^ 
HOU TO KT FRIENDS PUT IN THE SLAMfER 
CAfCER UNIT LAUNCHING SPRING BEh€FITS 

SPIRn'of^HELPING^FaLOU^ITIZENS MADE JAIL-A-THON BIG SUCCESS 
CANCER SOCIETY MOVING QUARTERS 
NEW OFFICERS 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, N.C. DIVISIIX 

CANCER GROIF PLANS bCEKEND DURHAM MEET 

UfCPROF TO SPEAK ON ST(«TING CANCER SUPPORT GROUPS 

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, ORANO: COJNTY CHAPTER 
'PRISOf€RS' TO BE ROMO l»> 

AMERICAN OCMICAL SOCIEH 
SEE ALSO CHEMISTS 



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H 2 12/28/1987 A 4 E 



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2 


1/22/1987 C 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 


3/29/1987 D 


10 


U L41 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 C 


14 P U L41 


S 


2 


4/07/1987 A 


1 


N U82 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


4/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/01/1987 A 


1 


N L41 


S 


2 


5/07/1987 A 


4 


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S 


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5/11/1987 A 


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N 


H 


2 


5/12/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


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6/16/1987 A 


9 


N 


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7/08/1987 A 


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N U82 


H 


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8/02/1987 B 


12 


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8/16/1987 A 


15 


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8/20/1987 A 


18 P U L41 


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8/26/1987 A 


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N U82 


S 


2 


8/27/1987 A 


1 


N X92 


S 


2 


8/28/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/02/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 12/01/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/24/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


1/31/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


5 


N 



S 2 4/14/1987 B 1 P P F70 
S 2 5/20/1987 B 3 P P T37 
S 2 10/13/1987 C 2 P P U62 



S 2 9/02/1987 C 5 N 



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S 
S 
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H 
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3/11/1987 
6/04/1987 
6/24/1987 
9/24/1987 
10/07/1987 
11/19/1987 
11/19/1987 B 
11/20/1987 A 



2 
3 
1 

10 
3 
1 
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P S76 
N 

N H30 
N 
N 

N C60 
P S76 
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3/04/1987 B 
3/17/1987 B 
4/03/1987 A 
4/03/1987 A 
8/27/1987 B 
9/15/1987 A 



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N 
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L 
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S 2 9/17/1987 C 8 N 
S 2 10/28/1987 C 20 N 

H 2 3/07/1987 B 5 N 



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HATFIELD GETS CHEMISTRY POST 

DU<E FORUM HONORS KRIGBAUM 

DU<E CHEMISTS, DOCTORS TO GIVE SCIENCE PAPERS 

AREA CJ€MISTS READY TO PUT ON MAGIC SHOUS 

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

INMATES HAVE RIGHTS, TIM 

THE MEANINGLESS PRAYER 

DETENTION— WITH SAFEGUARDS 

GAY MARCH RUNS DOUNT(ftW TO EAST CA}«nJS 

LEGISLATURE SHUNS CITIZENS 

FEAR OF ACLU AUOttS KLAN PARADES 

PUBLIC SCHOO. FUNDING SYSTEM IS CHALLENGED 

scholars: BtM BATTLE INFLECTS CONCERN FOR RIGHTS 

AaU LAWYER SAYS HICKORY ORDINANCE IS IflCONSTITUTIONAL 

LITIGATING THE ABSURD 

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO COMMISSION ON NATIONAL CH(!1L£N(£S IN HIGf€R EDUCATION 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 

COLLEGES AIM TO BOTST MINORITY ENROLLMENT, GRADUATION 

MEMO CALLS FOR LIW OF GOVERMCNT, SCHOOLS 

PRIORITY FOR EDUCATION ENOXJRAGED 

AMERICAN CU-INARY FEDERATION 
SEE ALSO CHEFS 
SEE ALSO COOKING 
SEE («.S0 FOOD 
CHARLOTTE TO BE SITE OF CULIIWRY GROUP'S MEETING 

AMERICAN CYANAMID CO. 

COUNCIL SHOULD SCRAP ANTI-ytf'ARTfCID POLICY 

CITY COUNCIL TO lECIDE MONDAY ON W<TI-<«>ARTt€ID EXEJffTION 

APARTDEID ISSUE MAY m.1 PURCHASE 

CITY REJECTS BID BECAUSE OF STAND AGAINST (VARTf€ID 

FIRM UITH TIES TO SOUTH AFRICA LOSES CITY BID 

COUNCIL WASTES MONEY WEARING MORAL BLINDERS 

CITY BUYS GtWDS FROM S. AFRICAN-TIED FIRM 

COUNCIL SHOULD FOLLOW PRINCIFIE OR DISCARD IT 

AMERICAN SALE WOULDN'T NECESSARILY END TAX BASE 

EDITORIALS I^CONSISTENT 

EDITORI^S SEEM CO^fTRADICTORY 

EDITORIAL'S MORAL BLINDERS 

CITY CITES APART>£ID STANCE IN LOU BID REJECTION 

ASINItC PURCHASING PaiCY 

CKEMICAL-BUYING CONTRACT EXTENDED 

UNION DEMANDS OUTFiAGEOUS 

PURITY CAN BE STICKY 

AMERICAN W^CE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION FOR T^E A^ERICAN W^CE FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO DANCE 

SEE ALSO THE NEXT STEP... (DURJWM Sm COLUW) 

SEE ALSO SAMIB. H. SCRIPPS AFRICAN DANCE FESTIWl AWARD 

DANCE FESTIVAL KICKS OFF 1987 SCHEDULE JUNE 4 

WRONG NWBER PRINTED ON FESTIVAL BRKHURE 

GET READY 'CAUSE HERE THEY COME 

ADF BRINGS BACK TWiT 'LIVING NIGHTMARE' FROM JAPAN 

JAPAfCSE TROUPE PERFOWS 

DAI RAKUDA KANt THEY'RE BACK 

DANCE FESTIVAL TALKING OMY TO DURHAM 

'T>£ FIVE RINGS' A STWWING UOPK 

LOOK WHAT BLEW IN 

VISIONS OF ANOTHER U(KLD 

ADF CELEBRATES A lOTH 

ADF TAKES SEVEN TO CELEBRATE A lOTH 

ADF CELEBRATES A lOTH 

REINHART: NO 'not DANCE' out THERE 



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S 2 5/20/1987 A 15 N 

S 2 8/04/1987 C 1 N 

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\ L 


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\ L 


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i N 


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2 10/21/1987 C 


I N B85 


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2 10/29/1987 D i 


i N 


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H 2 5/08/1987 A 11 N 
S 2 12/16/1987 A 1 P N L90 
H 2 12/17/1987 A 1 N L90 



H 2 9/03/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



11/30/1987 A 
12/03/1987 C 
12/04/1987 B 
12/08/1987 C 
12/08/1987 
12/09/1987 
12/10/1987 
12/11/1987 
12/13/1987 
12/16/1987 
12/17/1987 
12/18/1987 
12/18/1987 B 
12/22/1987 A 
12/22/1987 C 
12/24/1987 A 
12/27/1987 D 



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N 

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E 

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L 

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3/14/1987 C 
3/20/1987 B 
3/26/1987 D 
4/10/1987 D 
4/13/1987 B 
4/16/1987 D 
4/17/1987 B 
4/17/1987 B 
4/17/1987 A 
4/17/1987 A 
5/21/1987 D 
5/28/1987 D 
5/28/1987 D 
5/29/1987 D 



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U66 



N 

N 

F 

F 

N 

F B71 

N W66 

R L34 
K30 
B71 



B71 
W66 



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12/31/1987 



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SUDCR rEm IT'S TIME FOR T>€ FESTIV^ WjDANCE 
FOR HIS DANCES AILEY MAKES USE OF EXPERIENCES 
SEASON OF ARTS 

AILEY DANCERS TO OPEN DURHAM'S FESTIVAL 
ALVIN AILEY: caring, SHARING 

ctwafoAVIS^'HIS DURHAM-BASED AFRICAN AMERICA DANCE ENSEMBLE... 

AILEY COWANY GIVES STUfWIM3 DANCE SHOU 

AILEY'S DANCERS PROVIDE MOVING EXPERIENCE 

SCRIPPS AUARD PRESENTED TO AILEY TONIGHT 

AFRICAN AMERICAN DANCE ENSMBLE KICKS MT^ 1«EK 

Alf MARKS lOTH SEASON WITH AUARD 

AILEY (^S DANCE AWARD AT DU<E ^ 

eCRGY, SPIRIT, SPECTACLE BLOSSOM IN DANCE 

DANCE FESTIVAL NEEDS t€LP FINDING HO^E 

TODAY AT T>£ FESTIVAL 

Tl^ Plp^ffl urn DANCER GOES SOLO 
•DANCING TH?OUW AFRICA' 
THE CELEBRATION CONTII^S 
KXJK a«ONICLES HISTORY OF ADF 

mSs^OfItILLNESS-HAVE POWER in JO^LIWrS WRK 
Da1«E FESTIVAL'S HISTORY DETAILED IN DW<E BOOK 
LIMON TROUft SHARES VINTAGE WORK 
TODAY AT JV£ FESTIVAL 
TODAY AT TfE FESTIVAL 

FRIENDSHIP FORCE PICNIC ^ 

Air WEEK 3 FEATURES JAZZDANCE 

jSnCE^IrfSk EXCITING UITHOUT GLITZINESS 

TODAY AT TV£ FESTIVAL 

TODAY AT Tl€ FESTIVAL 

MOLISSA MOVES 

TVE hEXT STEP 

JAZZDANCE STARTS SLOW 

TODAY AT THE FESTIVAL ^^ ^^^,^ 

l«RE HAVE TTHE SPINS GOf€, LAURA DEAN? 

TECHNICAL DIFIOITIES MAR SRAHAM IiANCE TAPE 

laura dean dancers and musicians premiere 'shaman 
today at the festival „ „^ ^^n 
inspirational: tic music behinb the MOVCS 

D^ERS FROM PAST FESTIVALS RETlflW TO PERFORM TWIS 1«EK 
TODAY AT TIC FESTIV*^ 

DANCING^0?MOLISSA*^reNLEY PROVES HAtMING,. POIOFU. 

OCREOGRAPVCR FELDMAN UINS $25,000 FELLOWSHIP 

TODAY AT THE FESTIVAL 

TODAY AT TVC FESHVAL _ ,^„ 

L'ESQUISSE HAS CHANGED SINCE DEBUT 

FRENCH BRING 'SMTCJES' 

^S^iI^fIJSy'L^I^eKvE to UNCEASING BEAT 
DANCE ISN'T CANCAN, BUT IT'S FRENCH INDEED 
MODERN DANCE'S APPEAL STILL SPREADING 
ADF CONCERT A HAIR-DOUN JAM 
CaiPLE'S COMMISSION AN ADF FIRST 

S^BIT°GI<is ™SPECTIVE OF FESTIV^'S DURHAM DANCE DECADE 

A^ATTO TsmEfoAS^MAKE FASHION STATEMENTS AT THE DANCE FESTIVAL 

TODAY AT TVE FESTIVE. 

TODAY AT THE FESTIVAL _ 

OLD FUNOJS STia FRESH ON STAK 

TVE NEXT STEP ♦ • 

PILOBOLUS USES NOVa APPROACH IN NEU DANCE 

ADF MUSICIANS' CONCERT INfCVATH^ AND FUN 

MOVeCNT REBOUNDS 

TODAY AT J}€ FESTIVAL ^,^^^ 

JAY ANDERSON PHOTOSI ART'S SHAPES, SPACES 



BUT ENDS UITT1 A FLASH 



AT FESTIVAL 



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5/31/1987 D 
5/31/1987 D 
6/03/1987 A 
6/04/1987 A 
6/04/1987 D 
6/04/1987 D 
6/04/1987 D 
6/05/1987 B 
6/05/1987 B 
6/07/1987 C 
6/08/1987 B 
6/08/1987 A 
6/08/1987 A 
6/09/1987 B 
6/09/1987 A 
6/09/1987 A 
6/11/1987 A 
6/11/1987 D 
6/11/1987 D 
6/11/1987 D 
6/11/1987 D 
6/12/1987 A 
6/12/1987 B 
6/12/1987 B 
6/12/1987 A 
6/13/1987 A 
6/15/1987 A 
6/15/1987 B 
6/15/1987 C 
6/16/1987 A 
6/16/1987 C 
6/17/1987 A 
6/18/1987 A 
6/18/1987 D 
6/18/1987 D 
6/18/1987 D 
6/19/1987 A 
6/19/1987 B 
6/19/1987 D 
6/19/1987 B 
6/20/1987 A 
6/21/1987 D 
6/22/1987 B 
6/22/1987 A 
6/23/1987 A 
6/23/1987 C 
6/23/1987 C 
6/24/1987 A 
6/25/1987 A 
6/25/1987 B 
6/25/1987 D 
6/25/1987 D 
6/25/1987 D 
6/26/1987 B 
6/26/1987 B 
6/26/1987 D 
6/26/1987 D 
6/26/1987 B 
6/29/1987 A 
6/30/1987 C 
7/01/1987 B 
7/01/1987 A 
7/02/1987 A 
7/02/1987 C 
7/02/1987 D 
7/02/1987 D 
7/02/1987 D 
7/02/1987 D 
7/03/1987 A 
7/03/1987 D 



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N 
P 

TODAY AT THE FESTIVAL H 

FOUR COMPANIES OF HILA DANCERS TO PERFORM IN FESTIVAL THIS (CEK H 

TODAY AT TtC FESTIVAL H 

FASHION SHOW TAILORED TO SUIT CAREER WOMEN H 

YOUNG CHOREOjRAPhERS SHOW MATURITY CF VISION H 

TODAY AT Tt£ FESTIVAL H 

TODAY AT -n£ FESTIVAL H 

DAVIS dances; for PEACE LOVE AND RESPECT S 

THE ICXT STEP... S 

TODAY AT THE FESTIVAL H 

HAWAIIAN DANCE IS SUBTLE, REMARKABLY UNIQUE H 

VISIONS OF THE PRIMORDIAL FOR FESTIVAL'S ANNIVERSARY H 

HAWAIIAN DANCERS SHARE CULTURE TH«XJGH ANCIENT HULAS, CHANTS S 

TODAY AT T>€ FESTIVE. H 

CLEARING THE RECORD H 

WLA MASTERS AT ADF SHOW ESSENCE OF W»CE S 

TODAY AT TJ€ FESTIW4. H 

TODAY AT TK FESTIVE. H 

TODAY AT Tf£ FESTIV(!«. H 

B£N»1AUSENS' HONEYMOON WILL BE CAPRI H 

SHANG'S 'RITES OF TI(C' CELEBRATES AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL'S ARRIVAL H 

TODAY AT THE FESTIVE H 

TODAY AT Tf€ FESTIVE. H 

TJ€ LAST STEP... S 

SHANG'S 'RITES OF TIME' TRANSFORMS DU<E GARDENS S 

TODAY AT T>€ FESTIVAL H 

TAYLOR DANCE CO. OUT OF THIS WORLD H 

ADF'S INTER^WTIONALS: GRACE, WHIMSY, PRECISIOI H 

Alf 'S HOMEFOLKS PUT ON A MIXED BAG OF TRIALS H 

AFTER BOOK. 'SYZYGY,' TAYLOR AIMS FOR 'SOMETHING ELSE' H 

PAUL TAYLOR SURPRISES WITH DIFFERENT, NEW DANCE CALLED 'SYZYGY' S 

TODAY AT Tt€ FESTIVAL H 

FESTIVAL PROVES PIONEER SPIRIT STILL STRONG IN MOI£RN WtfJCE H 

FOJTNOTES MARK FESTIVAL'S END S 

FESTIVAL LEAVES REI(«ART WITH MEMORIES - AND BOAT S 

...CHUCK DAVIS AND HIS AFRICAN-AMERICAN DANCE B^SEMBLE... S 

DANCE BOOKS MOVING, INFORMATIVE S 

DANCE FESTIVAL HISTORY PROVIDES DETAILS FOR SCHOLARS H 

THE PAYOFF IS 'LOVE OF Tt€ ART' H 

DANCE FESTIVAL MEETING H 

DA^«:E RECEPTION S 

articles: AUDITIONS, APPLICATIONS S 

l*JNC RADIO RAISES RECORD t275,876 H 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL PICKS SCRIPPS UIh«€R S 

HAWKINS PICKED DAfCE FESTIVAL AWARD RECIPIEiff H 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, AWARDS 

AILEY TO RECEIVE SCRIPPS AWARD H 

AK^ fWRKS lOTH SEASON WITH AWARD H 

AILEY GETS DANCE AWARD AT DUKE S 

FEUMWN GETS AWARD S 

american dance festival picks scripps wimcr s 

mericth dance festival, budget 
arts provide big payoff 
reinhart; no 'not dance' out there 
life, science t«jseum worthy of funding, too 

aicrican dance festival, gifts and fund raising 

dance festival is given $267,000 to widen w3riz0ns, preserve works 
adf gift will help keep classics 

a^erican dance festival, grants 

dance festival is gvjeh $267,000 to widen kirizons, preserve works 

Atf GIR WILL f€LP KEEP CLASSICS 

AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL RECEIVES READER'S DIGEST GRANT 

DURHAM RESIDENTS WIN ARTS GRANTS 

AICRICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, HEADQUARTERS 

DANCE FESTIVAL TALKING OM.Y TO DURHAM 



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7/06/1987 A 
7/06/1987 A 
7/07/1987 A 
7/07/1987 A 
7/07/1987 B 
7/08/1987 A 
7/09/1987 A 
7/09/1987 D 
7/09/1987 D 
7/10/1987 A 
7/10/1987 B 
7/10/1987 D 
7/10/1987 
7/11/1987 
7/11/1987 
7/11/1987 
7/12/1987 
7/13/1987 
7/14/1987 
7/14/1987 B 
7/14/1987 C 
7/15/1987 
7/16/1987 
7/16/1987 
7/16/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/17/1987 B 
7/17/1987 D 
7/17/1987 D 
7/17/1987 D 
7/17/1987 A 
7/18/1987 A 
7/21/1987 B 
7/23/1987 D 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
8/20/1987 
9/06/1987 
9/06/1987 
11/02/1987 B 
11/02/1987 B 
11/12/1987 D 
11/17/1987 B 
11/25/1987 A 
11/26/1987 B 



1/30/1987 B 
6/08/1987 A 
6/08/1987 A 
6/25/1987 D 
11/25/1987 A 



H 2 2/24/1987 A 
H 2 5/29/1987 D 
H 2 8/22/1987 A 



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B71 

L34 
W66 
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L Y 
L P BYL 

I 
P N W66 

I 

U H45 

R L34 

I 

I 
P F 
P G 

I 

R 
P F 

R 

I 

N 
P R B71 

I 

I 

I 
P U H45 

R L34 

I 

I 
P G 

R 

I 

R 

R 

R 
P F 

R 

I 

R 
P F 

F 
P P 
P R B71 

R N36 

N N36 
P P C45 
P P C45 

N G59 

N 

N 

N 



B71 
A17 

L34 
L34 
L34 
W66 
B71 

L34 
B71 
B71 



1 P N W66 
1 P N W66 
1 P N F71 
10 N 
1 N 



4 E 
7 P F 
4 E 



W66 



H 2 6/02/1987 A 1 N W66 
S 2 6/02/1987 A 1 N B71 



H 2 6/02/1987 A 1 N W66 

S 2 6/02/1987 A 1 N B71 

S 2 6/11/1987 D 4 N G59 

S 2 9/17/1987 A 14 N 



H 2 4/17/1987 B 1 N W66 



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DANCE FESTIVAL hBEI'S ^€LP FINDING HG^E 

RTP SIPERCWUTER HEADS LEGISLATURE'S »83 MILLION SPENDING 

DIKE SHOWS INTEREST IN AMERICAN PLANT 

AMERICAN rm an plant SALE 

DIKEHVCRIC^ DifL WOULD BE A BfflWNZA 

AJCRICAN maCE FESTIVAL, MUSICIANS 

SEE ALSO l*JSICIANS „,^ ^^,„ „„, 

ADF MUSICI««' CfflCERT IfWOVATIVE AND FUN 

WOICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, OPENING NIGHT 

AILEY DANCERS TO OPEN DURHAM'S FESTIVAL 
AILEY COMPANY GIVES STW#JING DANCE SHOU 
AILEY'S DANCERS PROVIDE MOVING EXPERIENCE 
Alf m^S lOTH SEASON WITH AUARD 
AILEY GETS DAJCE AWARD AT OJKE 

('ieaiCM DANCE FESTIVAL, SCWLARSHIPS „ 

SEEAlKhOLARSHIPS (SEE «^ names OF SCHOLAR'SHIPS) 
ADF SCHOJiRSHIP " 

'^'S^MA^^oF'lI^'rlS^ FASHION STATEMENTS AT THE I«^ FESTIVAL S 



AiCRICAN DANCE FESTIVAL (BOOO 

BOOK CHRONICLES HISTC«Y OF ADF 

DANCE FESTIVAL'S HISTORY DETAILED IN DUKE BOOK 
DANCE BCX3KS MOVING, IfffORMATIVE _ „ „ ,„ ^,„ ,^ 
DANCE FESTIVAL HISTORY PROVIDES DETAILS FOR SCHOU!|RS 
T>£ PAYOT IS 'LOVE OF TIC ART' 

AMERICAN m€E. FESTIVAL'S CHW^EIKRAPtCRS i COMPOSERS U«a<SHOP FOR YOUNG... 
SEE ALSO OCREOSWHERS _ _ „,^,^„ 

CHOJSOGRAPfCR FELDMAN WINS $25,000 FELLOU^^IP 
FELDMAN (£TS AWARD 

MODERN DANCE'S AffEAL STILL SPREADIfW ^„t„., ttjt= ijtcv 

FOUR CWPANIES (F h&JLA DANCERS TO PERFORM IN FESTIVAL THIS WEEK 
YOUNG CH0RE06RAPf€RS SHOU MATWIH OF VISION 
IMAGES LINGER AFTER EIGHT CHOREOGRAPHERS PRESENT WOW 

AMERICAN DEFENSE INSTITUTE _ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

$1 MiaiON CFFERED FOR POU IN SOUT>£AST ASIA 

MTWPY HAY FWT PflU 

& (FFERING MIA-POW REWARD ADMITS GOVERNMENT DISLIKES DEAL 
MIA DEBATE LACKING EVIDENCE EITVCR WAY 
POSTERS ON REWARDS FOR POl^ TO BE FLOATED INTO LAOS 
MCDANia TO SPEAK TO AREA EXECUTIVES 

AfERICAN EAGLE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN AIRLIf€S 
INSIDE 

AfCRICAN EAGLE HAS TO FLY TO OPEN COMPTER LINE MONTHS W£AD OF TIME 
PLANE MAKES EJERWCY LANDING IN FAYETTEVILLE 
At€RICAN EAGLE ADDING N.C. FLIGHTS 
AIRLINE TO SERVE NEW BERN, JAq<SONVILLE 
AMERICAN TO FLY NON-STtP TO PUERTO RICO FROM RDU 

AMERICAN EDIKATIW l«EK 
SEE ALSO EDUCATION 
SCHOOLS PREPARING 21ST-CENTURY LEAI^ _„„„„„ 
COfftW^ITY \Sim> TO JDIN EDUCATION WEEK FESTIVITIES 
CAPTU^ BY A BOCK 

CHILI«EN, PARENTS INVITED TO PROGRAM 
SWEET IDEA 

NORTHERN STUDENTS MAKE SPLASH AT FASHICW SHOJ 
DHS MARKS EDUCATION WEEK WITH LAUGHTER-FILLED MYSTERY 

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 
AUTHOR'S ADVICE TlfffiLY 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CARDS 



S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 6/09/1987 A 4 E 

2 8/12/1987 C 1 N 

2 12/01/1987 A 1 N 

2 12/01/1987 A 8 N 

2 12/03/1987 A 4 E 



I 



S 2 7/02/1987 D 3 R C58 



H 


? 


6/04/1987 A 


1 N U66 


H 


? 


6/05/1987 B 


1 R L34 


!^ 


7 


6/05/1987 B 


11 R B71 


H 


? 


6/08/1987 A 


1 P N U66 


S 


2 


6/08/1987 A 


1 P N B71 



2 6/19/1987 D 2 N 
2 7/01/1987 B 1 P F G59 



6/11/1987 D 
6/12/1987 B 
8/20/1987 D 
9/06/1987 E 
9/06/1987 E 



6/23/1987 C 
6/25/1987 D 
6/26/1987 B 
7/06/1987 A 
7/07/1987 B 
7/23/1987 D 



12 R 
6 N D80 
3 P R B71 
3 R N36 
3 N N36 



5 N 

10 N 

3 P N B38 

11 P N W66 
1 R L34 

10 R B71 



4/28/1987 
4/30/1987 
5/01/1987 
9/02/1987 
9/04/1987 
10/13/1987 



6/27/1987 C 
7/05/1987 D 
8/20/1987 D 
9/10/1987 D 
9/12/1987 A 
9/17/1987 A 



11/09/1987 A 
11/09/1987 A 
11/18/1987 C 
11/19/1987 D 
11/20/1987 C 
11/21/1987 B 
12/04/1987 B 



U T30 

N M97 

N 

N 
P N 
M N W82 



L 
L 

P T37 
N 080 
P T32 
F L38 
U T37 



S 2 7/11/1987 A 4 E 



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-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



SEE ALSO CREDIT CARDS _ 

'DON'T LEAVE HOffi WITHOUT IT' CAN WORK 

AFRICAN EXPRESS CO. 

LAUHAKERS OK W.5 MILLION FOR 100 JOBS 

AMERICAN EXPRESS FOUNDATION 

MONEY WILL EXPAND DUKE TALENT SEARCH 

AMERICAN EXPRESS GIVING $75,000 TO DUKE PROGRAM 

WERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES 

UNION FILES CO^ff■LAINT ABOUT ARMY'S REMOVAL OF CIGARETTE MACHINES 
UNION FILES O^IEVANCE OVER BURNING OF FORT BRAOj BUILDINGS 

WOICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND CONOSSS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 
SEE ALSO AMALGAMATO CL0THIM3 AND TEXTILE WORKERS WION 
SEE ALSO N.C. Aa-CIO 
COU^T REVERSES COWICTION OF FORMER AFL-CIO OFFICIAL 

AfERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND WJNICIPAL E1«.0YEES 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., EW^OYEES AND STAFF 
SEE ALSO DUKE IWIV. tCDICAL CEXTER, EMPLOYEES 
SEE ALSO DW»IAM, N.C, CITY Em.OYEES 
SEE ALSO DUW1AM COWTY, N.C, EfPLOYEES 
SEE (ISO N.C, STATE EMPLOYEES 

NEW OFFICERS 

CAfPBELL WILL SPEAK ON CIVIL-RIGHTS (««CH 

DISCUSSING MARCH 

CITY E^fflOYEES ELECT LKAL UNION OFFICERS 

PAY HIKE SOUGHT FOR CITY WORKERS 

PAY HIKES PUSfO FOR CITY WORKERS 

UNION PROPOSALS PUT COWICIL ON HOT SEAT 

DURH«1 OTICIALS SAY 20X RAISES IM.IKILY 

IWION DROPS 20X PAY HIKE DEhWND FOR CITY WORKERS 

PAY PLAN SPARKS mim, CITY CLASH 

legislators don't expect changes in state ims on labor contracts 

reed quits city workers mim job under fi^sslke 

city wwkers' union raps pay-raise plan 

city pay plan is fair to workers, taxpayers 

union: proposed raises too LCU 

city workers fu>h to picket for hiho pay 

workers pickct at city hall 

union members picket at city hall 

PROTEST 

TAUS ON NEW CONTRACT WITW DUKE NEARLY DEADLOCKED, UNION CHIEF SAYS 

DU<E UNIW STRIKE POSSIBLE 

Dlfl<E WORKERS NIX CONTRACT; NEGOTIATI0J6 CONTINUE 

MM EMPLOYEES REPORT FOR WORK TODAY 

DIM, UNION TO MEET AGAIN l«NDAY 

DUKE, mim OK TENTATIVE h£U CONTRACT 

UNION t«»a<ERS ACCEPT DUKE'S 3-YEAR CONTRACT 

DIKE WORKERS KT RAISES IN NEW, 3- YEAR CONTRACT 

CITY 1*II0N: INSPECTIONS CHIEF GIVING LOW EVALUATIONS 

FINA)«E PA^eL FAVORS STUDY OF CITY PAY 

CITY BUYS GOODS FROM S. AFRICAN-TIED FIRM 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACfERS 

SEE ALSO N.C FEDERATION OF TEAOCRS 
SEE ALSO TEAC^£RS, N.C. 

TEACfCRS' spokesman: candidates LACKING EDUCATION PLATFORMS 

TEACHERS' mM> BACKS CANDIDATES 

AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, CHAPa HILL 
GROl^ ENDORSES BOARD CANDIDATES 

AI«RICAN FIELD SERVICE PR06R/« 
SEE (LSD FOREIGN STUDENTS 
RIMER FAMILY WaCOMES AFS EXCHANGE STUDENT 



H 2 9/08/1987 B 7 N 
H 1 7/30/1987 B 3 N 



S 2 1/02/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 1/08/1987 C 8 N 



H 2 9/16/1987 A 12 N 
H 2 12/08/1987 C 14 N 



H 2 9/16/1987 B 5 N 



s 


2 


1/09/1987 C 


2 F 


> P L38 


s 


2 


1/30/1987 C 




N 


s 


2 


2/03/1987 C 


6 P P L38 


H 


2 


2/05/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 B 




N S51 


S 


2 


2/06/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


2 


2/10/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


2 


3/05/1987 B 




N SSI 


S 


2 


3/27/1987 C 




N H70 


S 


2 


4/06/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


4/10/1987 A 




N H70 


S 


2 


5/25/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


2 


5/29/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


5/29/1987 C 




N H70 


S 


2 


6/09/1987 C 




N H70 


S 


2 


6/10/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 D 


10 


N 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 C 


7 P P S76 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 A 


18 


N A54 


S 


2 


6/26/1987 C 




N E185 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 A 




N A54 


S 


2 


7/01/1987 C 




U B85 


H 


2 


7/02/1987 C 




N A54 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 A 




N bUb 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 A 




N N36 


S 


2 


7/07/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


7/16/1987 A 


12 


N H70 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 C 




N H70 


S 


2 12/10/1987 A 




N H70 



H 2 9/10/1987 C 8 M 
H 3 10/06/1987 C 2 N 



H 3 10/13/1987 B 1 N G80 



H 2 8/29/1987 B 1 P U 



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SEE ALSO ANTI-CCM1WIST GROUP 
MOILING URGED FOR T}£ VICTIMS OF CO^fiWNISM 

WCRICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COIflllTTEE 

EXCHANGE STUItNT SAYS AICRICANS 'MORE INDIVIDUAL' 

MERICW GEhiERAL INVESTMENT CORP. ^_ ^^^ 

HOPE VALLEY FARMS BREAKS f£U GROUND FOR CITY 

AFRICAN tCART ASSOCIATION __^ ^,„^, 

SEE ALSO DUR>W1 COUNTY tCART ASSOCIATION 
HEART ASSOCIATION HOLDING h€ALTH FAIR 
FOOD FESTIVfl l£EK BEGINS ON SUNDAY 
EAT f€ARTYi ^€ALTHY FOOD CAN BE TAST7, TOO 
UdJ^ RAISES W,680 FOR FEART ASSOCIATION 
HEART association; F«M DIET PLAN BEING CIRCULATED 

AJCRICAN hCART ASSOCIATION, DURHAM CHAPTER 

HEART association SLATES TliWEY WALK FOR NOV. 15 

AfERICAN HERITAGE (WtGAZIfC) ___^ ,, ^ „.„ 
HISTORI^^' t€LP rCEDED TO PRESER(.€ U.S. PAST 

MCRICfW HISTORIC/^ ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO U.S., HISTORY 
IS HISTORY OVERLOOKED? 
HISTORIAN AT DIM COfFERENCE LEAICR 

A^OICAN INDIAN CULTURE l£EK 

SEE ALSO INDIANS, U.S. 

INDIAN PRINCESS TO SPEAK AS PART OF INDIAN WEEK 
LEARNING ABOUT INDIANS 

AMERICAN INDIAN MOVE)€MT 

^^IwofoF^SLEI^W^WN-RIGHTS CAUSES BECKON AMERICAN INDIAN ACTIVIST 
DURHAM CONCERT TO f€LP CELEBRATE INDI(^ SOLIDARITY .,^,.,„^, 

IlSlAN scholar: EDUCATItW SHOU_D ^€LP PEOPLE TO FIND ALTERNATIVES 

AMERICAN INDUSTRKS*. PUBLICAnfflJS 

SOFTTJARE FO? TEACHING GETS GOOD REVIEWS 

M€RIC(i^ Ke«€L CLUB 
SEE ALSO DOSS 

^Q^CR^T?KANllll'li'^ LOVE THEM, SAYS DOG SHOW JUICE 

MCRICAN LEGION 

VETERANS (CMCRIAL PLAWO 

AfCRICAN LEGION, POST 7 _^^ ^ ^^^^ 

AMERICAN LEGION PLANS SATURDAY VALENTIiC DANCE 
AMERICAN LEGION SCHEDULES SERVICE 
REMEMBERING 

LEGION TO INSTALL OFFICERS 
TAKING T>€ OATH 

QUADTfJR 

SiM THWED FOR SIFPORTING AFRICAN LEGION ACTIVIHES 

fiJERICAN LEGION, F'OST 416 

LEGION POST, FOUNDATION SWAP LAND 

AfCRICAN LEGION BASEBALL 

FANFARE! COCKING I.D.S 

AFRICAN LITERATIM (JOURNAL) 

JOURNAL ARTICLES TO BE REF1?INTO ^ 

DU<E PRESS PUBLISHES BEST AMERICAN LITERATIM 

AMERICAN Ll*«j ASSOCIATION 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 11/07/1987 D 5 N 
H 2 2/14/1987 B 1 P F 
H 2 7/01/1987 A 1 P N L41 



i 

i 



H 1 4/13/1987 C 1 N 

H 2 9/12/1987 C 3 N 

H 2 10/08/1987 C 1 D F ZU 

H 2 11/19/1987 C 10 N 

H 2 12/02/1987 C 5 N 



H 2 10/17/1987 C 16 N 
S 2 2/21/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 1/05/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 5/13/1987 C 5 N 



S 2 3/12/1987 D 2 N 
S 2 10/01/1987 A 8 P P S76 



S 2 3/05/1987 C 1 P F B85 
S 2 10/08/1987 C 1 N B85 
S 2 10/13/1987 C 1 N BBS 



H 2 4/05/1987 C 16 N 



H 2 3/16/1987 B 3 P F P38 



H 2 6/18/1987 A 4 L 



S 2 2/10/1987 C 4 N 

S 2 5/27/1987 C 3 N 

S 2 6/01/1987 A 9 P P K30 , 

S 2 7/09/1987 C 3 N 

S 2 7/14/1987 B 9 P P K30 

S 2 12/05/1987 C 2 P P T37 

S 2 12/17/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 8/29/1987 C 1 N M97 



H 2 7/05/1987 B 8 N 



H 2 11/04/1987 C 16 N 
S 2 11/26/1987 D 9 N 



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P D — BATE- 



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L P BYL 



SEE ALSO UMi DISEASES 
MS. HOGStEAD SERVES AS MODa FOR ASTHMATICS 
LUNG ASSOCIATION AHACKS TOBACCO EXPORTS 

AMERICAN (WRKETING ASSOCIATION 

MARKETING GROUP TO TALK ON SUPERmRKH RETAIL TRENDS 
SUGAR, CAFFEIfE PUT EXTRA KICK IN (€U JOLT COLA 

AMERICAN fOICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL «)ICAL ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO PHYSICIANS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SURGERY 

MARKETING FOUS TO VIEW EFFIES PNO CELEBRATE 50TH 

DURHAM DOCTW! TAKES EXPERHSE TO CHINA 

DAVIS IN IIHE FOR AMA'S PRESIDENCY 

CLEARING T>£ RECORD 

DURHAM SURGEON WILL t€AD WW 

IT'S OFFICIAL! AMA SELECTS DAVIS PRESIDEMT-ELEa 

EX-DURHAM TEACHER GETS fiiV\ AUXILIARY POST 

DAVIS' ELECTION BOOST FOR DURHAM (M N.C. 

CONGRATULATIONS, DR. DAVIS 

PUBLIC SERVICE CONES NATURALLY FOR SURGEW 

HOSPITAL \miyKS DAVIS FOR GEHING AMA POST 

DOCTOR SAYS COST-CUHING EFFORTS HURTING HEALTH D«E 

AFRICAN NEGRO COLLEGE FIMI 
SEE ALSO BLACK COLLEffiS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO HIGfER EDUCATION, COSTS 

HIGtCR EDUCATION FOR BLACKS A PRIORITY NOW FOR BUSINESS... 

TELEVISION FUND-RAISER SATURDAY FOR UNITED fEGRO COLLEGE FUND 

BROKER LIIfl<S SUCCESS TO NEGRO COLLEGE FUND 

AMERICAN hEUSPAPER PUBLISffiK ASSXIATION 
SEE ALSO NEWSPAPERS, U.S. 
CONGRESS COeiDERS FIVE BILLS ON LITERACY 

AMERICA OIL CO. 

SEE AMOCO OIL CO. (ACRONYM) 

MCRICAN RED CROSS 

SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 
SEE ALSO BLOODMOBILE 

BE A HOT-BLOODED TWO-TI(CR 

fCU ACC COMPETITIWi; GIVING BLOOD 

UINSTON-SALEM TASK FORCE DIRECTOR LEAVES FOR AIDS JOB IN ICU YORK 

AMERICAN RED CROSS, lAimii COJNTY 
MS. SELLERS HIRED 

RED CROSS TAKING HEAT OFF FIRE VICTIMS 
UNITED WAY AGENCIES GET W»EY FROM SUT>€R TRUST 
WEATHER HURTING BLOOD DRIVE; RED CROSS WANTS 'CUSHION' 
RED CROSS BLOOD SUPPLY RUmim LOU 
STORMS CUT DURWW BLOOD DONATIONS 
RED CROSS NEEDS BLOOD DONATIONS 
DRIVING IN FOR BLOOD DRIVE 
ICY DURHAM ROADS CUT BLOOD W3NATI0NS 
AIDS FEAR BOOST AUTCLOGOUS BLOOD DONATIONS 
AhERICAN RED CROSS: HELPING OT}€RS IS A WAY OF LIFE 
RED CROSS AGES WELL IN DURHAM 
RED CROSS' SUCCESS IS PEOPLE tCLPING PEOPLE 
BONES, ORGANS MAY BE NEXT IN AGEfCY'S BAfK 
RED CROSS PLANS EXP»<SION 
RED CROSS TO HOLD BLOOD-PRESSURE TESTS 
13 MEMBERS ELECTED TO RED CROSS BOARD 
BLOODLETTING 

WEBBIM< IfADS RED CROSS BOARD 
RED CROSS SAFETY CLCM<S MAKE A DIFFERENCE 
RADIO OPERATORS AID TRIANGLE RED CROSS 
CELEBRATING 70 YEARS OF SERVICE 
RED CROSS SEEKS BLOOD U3NATI0NS TO AVOID SHORTA(£ 



4/23/1987 A 
5/11/1987 A 



2 5/04/1987 A 
2 5/07/1987 D 



7 P F G59 
7 N 



3 N 
6 P U L41 



2/15/1987 
5/03/1987 
6/13/1987 
6/14/1987 
6/24/1987 
6/25/1987 
6/25/1987 
6/27/1987 
6/29/1987 
7/14/1987 B 
11/06/1987 C 
12/16/1987 C 



N 

U H49 
N C60 
N 

N M06 
N 
N 
E 
E 
F 
N 
H C60 



C60 



H 1 2/01/1987 B 7 N 
H 2 12/24/1987 B 4 N 
S 2 12/26/1987 C 1 P N B53 



H 2 8/01/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 


7/11/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


10/31/1987 C 


1 P N A80 


S 


2 


12/31/1987 A 


5 


N 


S 


2 


1/02/1987 A 


10 


N 


S 


2 


1/03/1987 B 


1 


N S92 


H 


2 


1/08/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/24/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/27/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/27/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/28/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/29/1987 D 


4 P P S76 


S 


2 


2/19/1987 A 


1 


N T85 


H 


2 


2/26/1987 B 


1 


P P C60 


S 


2 


4/17/1987 B 


1 


F G59 


S 


2 


4/17/1987 B 


1 P F G59 


S 


2 


4/28/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


1 


N C60 


S 


2 


5/01/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


5/11/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 


5/15/1987 A 


3 P P M66 


S 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/27/1987 B 


2 P N B38 


S 


2 


7/30/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 


8/04/1987 C 


10 


A 


H 


2 


8/08/1987 C 


3 


N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



BLOOD IM^WTI(»<S 50f^ ll^S „.,..,.^„ 

mX CHEMICAL SPia ENCS 2-DAY CONFERENCE 
RED CRfSS UAF^NS (F BLKJD S HQRTA^ ^ 
TEEN VOLIMEERS 'IWE A DIFFERENCE' 
RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS SOJGHT 
AONCIES SPREAD yOR'D ON AIDS 
CLEAN \P 
RED CROSS ASKS FOR BLOOD W>WTIQNS 

^°°gRKk1^ SiS^ri^ SoR 

'^^^^O^sfo^i^ ffi'FOR OPERATIONS 

MCRICAN RED CROSS, TRIANGLE CHAPTER 
gMbREAKING FOR PEDg^ TODAY 
TRIANGLE RED CROSS (iTERS DONATICH^ mS<S 

(V€RICAN SCANDINAVIAN STUDENT EXCHANGE 
SEE ALSO FCKEIGN STUDENTS ^,, ^„ 

STUDENT EXCrty«E SEEKS HOST FAMILIES 
HOST FW1ILIES SOUGHT 

AMERIC«< SCHMLS OF ORIENTAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO ARCHEOLOGY 
DUKE fW3AZIf€ UINS «RIT AUARD 

^'^ SzA^^0N™Hi^l2^AIrS IfCa^^TI^ FI^^JECT 
OPERATORS BEING RECRUITED FOR AIDS tWTLI« 
FE^ CALLERS RECEIVE FACTS ON AIDS HOTLINE 

WCRICAN SKIETY Cf CIVIL ENGIt£ERS 

^U^^PR^il'lfc^i^ES CIVIL ENGI^CERING A«^ 

fitERlCm STOa EXCHANGE 

^^ SK^IP INSHTUTE UILl SHARPEN SKILLS OF STOCK EXECS 

AiCRIDW TELEPHfflC AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

^TR^ffiE^STioNS ABOUT LONG-DISTANCE C«XS 
BAD l€US HARD FOR COMPANIES TO HANILE WELL 
CHARLOTTE TO KT i30 MILLION TOtER 
ATiT PUBLIS^S TO^'ISM i3UII£ 
GTE, AT4T HA<^ PHONE WOES 

ffilNA^TamCfC WWTS INTO LONG-DISTANCE MARKET 
LONG-DISTANCE NOT TOUCHING Pl^AL N.C. 
Ca¥uTER BUFF, 17, TAPS INTO NATO NETU^ 
^*WN GRAY rtJSPITAL, ATiT FORM PARTt€RSHIP 

AfOICAN TOBACCO CO. „,^^„,.,^^ 
SEE ALSO PWJ. HAU CIGAPETTES 
AMERICAN INCREASES PLANT SECURITY 
S^ICS HIKES SECU'Rin AFTER TAINTHi LEAF FOIMI 
DEATH ENDS SMOKER'S SUIT AGAINST FIWI 
BOCKLET AIf€D AT HELPING U=>I^£FF k^K^ 
DOLLAR DRIVES HIM Ffm HIS H«€ TO REIDSVILLE JOB 
S^ICAN TOBACCO PLANS END TO DLW^^ Ff-OIOCTION 
aJoIC^ ToK may give BUILDINGS TO CITY, DUKE 
cm, ISJ<E MAY GET MCRICAN SPACE 
AMERICAN TOBACCO ll!ST TELL SECRtT 
wSlcS PL^S TO SELL ITS BUOINGS IN Wim 
NONPROFIT FCXWDATION COU BUY A^^ICAN 
PUWERS WANT TO IWIGCRATE OmCW 
wS^ICAN SHaU KH? SOME TIES TO BUR«4M 
STICK TO 0^^ PLANS FOR DOUNTOWN DURHAM 
LOUGEE LEAVES AMERICAN POST 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 


SUBJECTS PAK ^7| 




N 
P 


S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 




S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 


2 8/12/1987 A 4 E ^ 
2 8/13/1987 B 1 P N A54 
2 9/01/1987 C 1 H 
2 9/19/1987 B 1 P F 
2 9/23/1987 A 15 N 
2 11/11/1987 C 1 N U82 
2 11/16/1987 C 3 P P C45 
2 12/23/1987 BAN 
2 12/23/1987 A 1 N M06 
2 12/26/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 5/12/1987 B 12 N 



S 2 4/16/1987 C 
H 1 12/11/1987 B 



S 2 5/21/1987 C 24 
S 2 7/13/1987 A 3 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 



I 



S 2 10/17/1987 B 8 N 



H 2 8/08/1987 A 
H 2 9/15/1987 A 
H 2 9/22/1987 C 



1 N M97 

12 N R80 

1 P N C60 



S 2 12/08/1987 C 14 N 



S 2 10/02/1987 C 



1/07/1987 A 
1/29/1987 A 
2/01/1987 B 
2/01/1987 D 
5/12/1987 A 
6/23/1987 A 
7/03/1987 B 
9/08/1987 C 
9/18/1987 A 
10/29/1987 B 



1/22/1987 C 
1/22/1987 C 
1/28/1987 B 
3/21/1987 C 
3/22/1987 A 
4/07/1987 A 
4/25/1987 B 
4/25/1987 C 
4/30/1987 
5/01/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/07/1987 
5/11/1987 
5/11/1987 



10 
13 
6 
9 
1 
4 
1 
4 



7 
1 

8 I 
2 

1 1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

4 

1 

4 

4 

1 



N 
N 

N 

N 

N k<82 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N U82 

^ I 

F N36l 

N U82 

N 

N 

N 

N L41, 

E 

N H70| 

E 

E 

N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY S U B J E 



AI1ERICAN BRANDS' LOUffiE QUITS 
LOOKING AJ€AD FOR DOUNTOUN 
DURHAM NEEDS A NEU BASEBAa PARK 
DON'T LET JOBl£SS FIGURES DECEIVE YOU 
A^ERICAN TOBACCO GIVES $10,000 TO DURHAM TECH 
NORTH CAROLINA SHS MORE FIRMLY ON STATE BAM<S 
ACADEMIC NEWS BRIEFS, GRADUATIONS, HONORS _ 
AltRICAN TOBACCO HUNTS NEU JOBS FOR DW.OYEES 
CITY LEADERS STUDY DOWNTOWN SPWCE UP 

TOBACCO INDUSTRY PROFITS STILL STRONG ^ ^_ 

TOBACCO LIABILITY SUITS ARE AGAIN GOING TO TRIAL 

CAR aV\3E ENDS ABRUPTLY AT AFRICAN TOBACCO PLANT 

TOBACCO'S I^fLUENCE ON DlflWAM FADING 

L4M EXPECTS COURT RULING TO LIMIT SUITS _ 

AMERICAN CLOSES DOORSS LAST IWISTLE SOUNDS FOR LANDM«« 

AfERICAN TOBACCO CO. ROLLS ITS LAST CIGARETTE 

MAITLAND'S RESTAURANT aOSES; BANKRUPTCY FILED 

SOtC FINAL QUESTIONS F(K WCRICAN TOBACCO 

FOLD, AMERICAN! (CARTtTON) 

GIFT TO CITY UOUJ) IMPROVE FIRM'S IMAGE „ 

LIGGETT REMAINS COWITTED TO BE PART OF DURHAM'S FUTIFE 

AMERICAN TOBACCO EXPECTS RUSH FOR JOBS 

WCRICAN TOBACCO WORKERS JOBLESS 

LUCKY STRIKE INGREDIENTS ARE EVIDENCE 

WORKING FOR AWRICAN: FOR 38 YEARS, IT WAS LIKE FAMILY 

MARKET W± SOLD OUT? 

TOBACCO KEY TO WJRHAM'S HISTt«Y 

LEAF WORKERS RECALL HARD TIICS 

4 CIGARETTE fWKERS INCREASE PRICES 5X 

AMERICAN SALE WOULDN'T ICCESSARILY END TAX BASE 

AJCRICAN TOBACCO CO., BUILDING _ 

AICRICAN CLOSES DOORS : LAST IWISTLE SOUNDS FOR LANDMARK 
SOME FINAL QUESTIONS FOR AFRICAN TOBACCO 
Gin TO CITY WOULD IMPROVE FIRM'S IMAGE 
DU<E SHOWS INTEREST IN AMERICAN PLANT 
AI€RICAN ¥m ON PLANT SALE 
DU<E-AreRICAN DEAL U(MJ) BE A BONANZA 
AfCRICAN SNS UOULDN'T NECESSARILY END TAX BASE 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., EWLOYEES 

DOLU« DRIVES HIM FROM HIS TOME TO REIDSVILLE JOB 

AMERICAN TOBACCO HUNTS (CW JOBS FOR EW>LOYEES 

TmNKS TO TOBACCO WORKERS 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. ROLLS ITS LAST CIGARETTt 

GRANT MONEY TO HELP NCCU 'CAPTURE PAST' 

AMERICAN TOBACCO EXPECTS Rt^ FOR JOBS 

AMERICAN TOBACCO REUNION STIRS SONE BITTER MEMORIES 

AMERICAN TOBACCO WORKERS JOBLESS 

WOWING FOR AMERICAN: FOR 38 YEARS, IT WAS LIKE FAMILY 

TOBACCO KEY TO DURHAM'S HISTORY 

LEAF WORKERS RECALL HARD TIMES 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., SALES AND EARNINGS 

AMERICAN BRANDS REPORTS RECORD FIRST QUARTER 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., WAREMXJSES 

LEAF WAREHOJSES NWY 'INCUBATE' FLEDGLING FIRMS 
PROS, AMATEURS SPIN WHEELS ALONG DURHAM BIKE COURSE 

AFRICAN TOBACCO INSTITUTE 

SEE TOBACCO INSTITUTE (WASHINGTON, 



D.C.) 



AMERICAN TRAVEL CORPORATION 
SEE ALSO TRAVEL, U.S. 
CONCORDE CAiCaS FLAWED RDU LANDING 

AMERICAN TRUCKING ASSOCIATION 

HIKE IN SPEED LIMIT GAINS MORE OPPOtENTS 



C T S 


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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D —DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 5/12/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 5/19/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 5/21/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 6/03/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 6/15/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 6/18/1987 D 


8 P U L41 


S 


2 7/06/1987 A 


10 N 


S 


2 7/08/1987 A 


1 N U82 


S 


2 7/10/1987 A 


1 N U82 


S 


2 7/27/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 8/18/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 8/19/1987 B 


2 N 


S 


2 8/19/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 8/26/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 8/27/1987 A 


1 P N L41 


S 


2 8/27/1987 A 


1 N X92 


S 


2 8/27/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 8/28/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/28/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


a 


JZ 8/28/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 8/29/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 9/03/1987 A 


1 N 


S 


2 9/14/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 9/18/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 D 


1 P F M51 


H 


2 11/15/1987 D 


4 E 


S 


2 12/01/1987 A 


1 N U82 


S 


2 12/01/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 12/12/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 12/13/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 8/27/1987 A 


1 P N L41 


H 


2 a/28/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 8/28/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/01/1987 A 


1 N 


S 


2 12/01/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 12/03/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/13/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 3/22/1987 A 


1 P F N36 


S 


2 7/08/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 7/24/1987 C 


13 P P rt66 


S 


2 8/27/1987 A 


1 N X92 


S 


2- 8/31/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 9/03/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 9/08/1987 B 


1 P N P38 


S 


2 9/14/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 10/11/1987 D 


1 P F M51 


S 


2 12/01/1987 A 


1 N U82 


S 


2 12/01/1987 A 


1 N U82 



H 2 4/22/1987 A 12 N 



4/14/1987 B 1 N U82 
4/20/1987 A 1 P N S80 



S 2 6/17/1987 C 1 N 
S 2 6/19/1987 A 4 E 



ANOICAN VILLAGE 



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1/01/1987 - 12>G1/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 80 
U2im 



Af#£XATION APPRO<^ FOR 10-SQUARE-flILE AREA 
PATRIOTIC WIT 

aeklCf^ UAY «AGAZIf€ 

SEE ALSO WCRICW^ AIRLIfCS 
SEE ALSO MAGAZIfCS 
AIRLIfC'S fW3AZIf£ LAUDS PARK 

WCRICA'S CUP 

F-HOTO DISCOk€RED AT DUKE DEPICTS 1899 YACHT RACE 
OFFBEAT history: MORE TW^ A CUPFUL Of F'RIDE 
THOUGHTS ON WCRICA'S OJP 

A uimim mnosfififM 

Affi^ICA'S CUP WIN BOOSTS U.S. EKTWSIASM 
AJtRIKA (TV SHOU) 

fin exaks;ated 'ajcrika' 

CARICATURE OF HWWISH 

PRO-COmJNIST LIBER«.S irked by 'WCRIKA' 

SLEEPING T>«aJGi TV IS A«EKIKAN UAY 

W£RIKA (CARTOON) 

WM3S OF OLD GLORY 

(4€S DEPARTMENT STORE _ 

AfCS DEPART«fr STORE LEASING (LD HECK'S SITE 

A»€RST COLLEK 

«»£RST ART TO K SHOUN AT ACKLAND 

(!*tISH 

SEE ALSO MORAVIANS 
SHOUROOH FEATIRES AMISH FURNTTU^ 

A^OJIA 

DURW^ FIfO FOR SEWAGE VIOUTIONS 

STATE FIfCS CITY, COUNTY $50,710 F(K POLLUTIONS 

DURHAM COULD RISK ^€U FIfCS 

CITY, COUNTY UANT STATE FINES REDUCED 

21 TT^ATED AFTER PLANT EXPLODES 

AWft^mON 

SEE f^SO GWS 
FIRE DESTROYS APARTMENT, firtWNITION 

Awcsrr 

SEE ALSO DRAFT RESISTERS 

SEE ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NA«S (F CHURCfCS) 

SEE ALSO W« RESISTERS' LEAGl£ _ 

N.C. OFFICIALS AWAIT FLCCD OF ALIENS SEEKING AWESTY 

AJ*£STY OFFER DRAWS SLCU FESPONSE IN N.C. 

ILLEGAL (LlBi AȣSTY DRAWS FEU TAKERS SO FAR IN N.C. 

SWC ALIEN FARmORKERS FIND DIFFICU.TY RECEIVING AȣSn 

ArtCSTY FOR ALIENS FW3GRAM HAS OFFICIALS BUSY 

mSSVf INTERNATIONA 

SEE i^SO DRAFT RESISTERS 

SEE (LSD HLWAN RIGHTS „ „ ^^ 

DEATH PEfWLTY: A)«CSTY GROF (FPOSED TO nS USE IN TRIAL OF... BOY 

tWAT ABOUT VICTIMS' RIGHTS IN ^WJER CASE? 

ROBESON RALLY WsAlB 1,000 PROTESTING l*UUST TREAT!€NT 

RIGHTS ABUSED IN IRAN 

DISCUSSION TODAY ON REmBILITATION OF TORTURE VICTIMS 

DKTC^S A IDING TCS^TU^— SPEAKER 

WRITING LETTERS IM.(KKS PRISONS 

l*WT AEOJT THE LEFTISTS? 

PRISOfCR OF CWSCIENCE 

MAIL CALL FOR AWtSPT 

Hl>W<-RIGHTS fWRCH 

AWESTY INTERNATIONAL, DUKE-Dl«HA« CHAPTER 



S I T 

E L Y 

-DATE — C -PG L P 



BYL 



2 4/07/1987 B 1 N S51 
2 7/05/1987 C 4 P P F70 



H 2 8/25/1987 B 4 N W55 



H 


2 


1/21/1987 B 


8 P N D80 


H 


2 


1/31/1987 A 


4 


T H 


H 


2 


2/04/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


? 


2/17/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/18/1987 A 


4 


E U09 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 D 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


2/23/1987 A 


4 


L 



3 

I 



H 2 8/14/1987 C 5 N 



H 2 2/22/1987 DUN 



S 2 4/30/1987 A 16 N 



2/20/1987 A 
2/21/1987 B 
2/24/1987 C 
3/-30/1987 C 
8/21/1987 C 



N H70 
N L40 
N K70 
N H70 
N 



H 2 9/26/1987 D 4 P N «1 



s 


2 5/05/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 5/06/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


2 5/13/1987 A 


12 N 


S 


2 5/14/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 8/30/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 3/23/1987 A 


b 

1 P N S82 


H 


2 3/27/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 4/21/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 6/08/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 6/19/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 6/20/1987 B 


3 P N B12 


S 


2 10/02/1987 B 


1 P F S27 


H 


2 10/05/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


3 11/18/1987 C 


1 P P T32 


H 


2 12/11/1987 C 


5 P P T32 


S 


2 12/11/1987 A 


14 P P T32 



-a630- HONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



AMNESn CHAPTER'S LETTERS MAY HAVE HELPED FREE TWO 
WRITING LETTERS UM.QCKS PRISONS 

(WNIOCENTESIS 

SEE W.SO CHORION VILLUS SAf«.IN6 

SEE ALSO GENETIC RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO tCDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

UNC BEGINS l€U FETAL DIAGNOSIS METHOD 

HARD DECISIONS FACE PARENTS WHEN FETUS FOUND ABNORMAL 

M10C0 

SEE AMOCO OIL CO. (ACRONYM) 

AMPHENOL (DURtWM DIVISION OF BIM<ER RAMO CORP,) 
47 LAID WT AT A^PHENOL'S DURHAM PLANT 
WOMAN CHARGED IN BOMB THREAT 
MORE BOMB T1«EAT CHARGES ARE FILED 
PART OF SENTENCE ACTIVE FOR WOMAN IN BOMB THREATS 
MWSm. PLANT TO CLOSE BY '88 
AWHENOL CLOSING 'SHOCKING' 
FOUR DURHAM f«N ARRESTED, CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AT SEVERAL BUSIfESSES 

^4PUTATI0N 

AFTER THE CATASTROPHE? WARM, DEDICATED CARE FOR PATIENTS 
CHILD WITH REAHACHED FOOT IS HOME FROM HOSPITAL 

AMSTERDAM, mJUm 
SEE ALSO fCnCRLANDS 
VALUE OF FOOD WAS LEARNED IN NAZI-OCCUPIED HO-LAND 

AMUSEMENT PARKS 

SEE ALSO CAROJINDS 

SEE ALSO PARKS, N.C, _ 

INSURANCE COSTS TAKE TOLL ON SOME AMUSEfENT PARKS 
UP IN THE CLOUDS 

AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS 
FAfFARE! FORMER 49ER DIES 
WATERS ANNOtM:ES TESTING FOR DISEASE 
N.C. TEACHER BATTLES LOU GEHRIG'S DISEASE 

«ffi NOW MY LOVE (FILM) 

•AND NOW MY LOVE' SATISFYING, Fl*WY LOVE STORY 

ANDERSON COLLEGE (S.C.) 

ANDERSON COLLEGE RECEIVES MICORD GIFT 

ANDREW U. MELLON FOUNDATION 

GRANT RENEWED FOR UNC STUDIES OF REPRODIKTION 
INTERNSHIPS, WORKSHOPS SET FOR TEAOtRS 

ANDREWS DIRECT TAILORS 

HERBERT ANDREWS KEEPS ON CUHING 

ANDREWS HIGH SCH(ML (HIGH POINT, N.C.) 
DEFIANT STUDENT DOES TU?N(«OUND 

ANDROCLES AND Tl€ LION (PLAY) 

SPRING ROARS IN WITH 'LION' SHOW 
FLYING HIGH 



-DATE- 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2 3/15/1987 C 9 P N A80 
2 10/02/1987 B 1 P F S27 



S 2 1/31/1987 A 9 
H 2 9/09/1987 B 6 



H 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 1/23/1987 B 
2 4/25/1987 B 
2 4/29/1987 B 
2 5/06/1987 C 
2 7/17/1987 B 
2 7/17/1987 C 
2 10/11/1987 C 


1 
5 

7 
3 
1 
1 
3 


N 

N 

N 

N 

N L41 

N W82 

N 


H 
S 


2 8/05/1987 C 
2 12/15/1987 A 


1 P Q K65 
11 N 



S 2 4/24/1987 A 6 P F S27 



H 2 6/23/1987 B 3 N 
H 1 7/11/1987 C 2 P P 



H 2 1/15/1987 D 4 N 
H 2 2/07/1987 B 3 N 
S 2 3/07/1987 A 6 P N 



H 2 5/08/1987 D 12 R L59 
S 2 7/06/1987 A 5 N 



H 2 6/16/1987 C 6 N U80 
H 2 12/13/1987 B 10 N 



S 2 10/30/1987 A 8 P F G59 
S 2 6/11/1987 B 8 N 



S 2 4/09/1987 D 5 R W63 
S 2 4/09/1987 D 7 P P F70 



ANDY GRIFFITH SHOU 

SEE ALSO MAYBERRY, MY HOfCTQUN! ULTIMATE GUIDEBOOK TO AMERICA'S FAVORITE SMALL TOWN 
LAWYER USES TV SHCW FOR DEFENSE _ S 2 2/23/1987 C 6 N 

few 'ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW' BOJK 4,000 ITEMS OF MAYBERRY TRIVIA H 1 7/14/1987 C 3 N 

'ANDY l^IFFITH SW)W' MIGHT TEACH SO^E AMERICAN VALUES S 2 11/20/1987 A 5 J R53 



A^EST^ESIA 

GUARD'S DEATH UNDER SCRUTINY 



S 2 6/11/1987 A 1 P N T85 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12y^l/1987 



SUBJECTS 



(^STHESIA MAY mJE. CONTRIBUTED TO GUARD'S ICATH 
GUARD'S DEATH NOT FKOM HIT-AND-ftW, OFFICIAL SAYS 

WCSTHETISTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE IXIV. fEDICAL CENTER, ANESTICSIOLOGY IXPT. 
tm OF QUAIRIPLEGIC BOY FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST HOSPITAL 
HWWILLE fCDICAL CENTER ADDS SERVICE OF A^EST^ESI0La3ISTS 

W(£L DUST 

SEE PCP ("ANGEL OJST") 

ANGa ^€ARTS (FILM) 

'ANKL t€/«TS' IS STOMACtt-CHWSR 

NO REDD^'TION FCK 'AWSL f€ART' I^#£R f£A»€SS 

ANGELES REAL ESTATE CORP. _ 

OUTLET m± REM3VATI0NS («E PLA»€D 

OFFICIALS PROBE CAUSE OF FIRE THAT DESTROYED 2 BUSIfCSSES 

ANGIER AVE. BAPTIST CAJROi 
RECEPTION SCtCDOED 
RETIRE1€NT PARTY 

ANGIER B. DWE SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEE ALS] lUM I^^IVm SCHOJrfBHIPS 

SEE ALSO SCHOLARSHIPS (SEE ALSO NA«S OF SCHOLARSHIPS) 

Trt^EE TRIAf«LE STUICNTS OFFERED ANGIER DU<E SCMXJ«SHIPS 

2 CHAPa HILL STUDENTS EARN SCHOLARSHIPS 

AW3IER OJKE GYWASIWI 

SEE DU<E l^IV. CAffi?ON STADIUM 

ANGLICANS 

SEE EPISCOPALIANS 

STOCKUELL SEES PRISON FOR NORTH, POINDEXTER, SECCRD 

U.S. PRtFITS HELP CUBANS 

^€LMS UANTS CHEVRON TO LEA<.€ AWaU 

iWjUS BARN (RESTAJ?ANT) ^ ^^„ 

AIRPORT AUTHORITY CONSIDERS PLm FOR l>(S,NARLING ROADS 

iiW€USER-BUSCH INC. 
FIWD CREATED 
RECOGNITION BfHQUJET 
SPUDS' AD COftS TOO UATE 



mim. BEHAVIK? 

TREATIM3 THE PEEVED PET: 
SCIENTISTS UANT TO lOCU 

ANIMAL CCNTRO. 
SEE ANIMALS 
SEE CATS 
SEE DOG CONTROL 
SEE PETS 

ANIMAL CRACKERS 
SEE ALSO CtX)KIES 
AN A^IVERSARY LAMENT 

mim. PROTECTION SOCIETY 
SEE ALSO mim. SHELTERS 
SEE d-SO ANIMiy.S, CRUELTY TO 
SEE ALSO D^HAM ANIMAL CWTROL DEPT. 
SEE W.SO DlffrtW CO^TY ANIMAL SJ£LTER 
T}£ (WIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY OF DUWAM (AD) 



T>£RE'S K^E FOR ANXIOJS ANIMALS 
'WHO DUNG n"" CAi^ I«OFPIN(S PROVIDE CLUES... 



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6/23/1987 A 1 



N 
N M51 



H 2 5/31/1987 C 5 N 
H 1 a/18/1987 C 1 N 



S 2 3/12/1987 D 8 R 

H 2 6/05/1987 D 9 R S66j 

H 1 10/14/1987 B 1 N 

S 2 9/12/1987 C 1 N B53 



H 2 4/04/1987 A 6 N 
S 2 4/06/1987 B 2 P P K3fr 



H 2 4/15/1987 B 16 N D90 
S 2 4/16/1987 C 5 N 



H 2 3/22/1987 C 1 U H49 
H 2 4/29/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 5/09/1987 A 16 N 



H 2 10/21/1987 B 1 N M97 



S 2 4/01/1987 C 9 P P L38 
S 2 4/25/1987 B 4 P P K3C 
S 2 12/03/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 3/22/1987 E 1 T F Zll 
H 2 11/10/1987 B 1 D F B3C1 



H 2 4/09/1987 A 4 E 



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1/01/1987 - 12A51/1987 



SUBJECTS 



ANIMAL RIGHTS HOVE^efr GROWS ^^^^ 

AUCTION SCHEDULED FOR ANIMAL SHELTER SATURDAY, SUNDAY 
INSECT REPELLENT DANGER TO PETS 
CUDDLY CHRISTMAS PETS (FTEN DUMPED 

ANIMAL RIGHTS 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO HWTING 

SEE ALSO N.C, tCTWORK FOR ANIMALS INC. 

A PAINFUL EMPTINESS 

«'S A RIGHT-TO-LIFER — FOR fitiltWUS 

ANIMflL RESEARCH UNETHIC^ 

MIWL RIGHTS MOVEMENT GRCUS 

RACING INDUSTRY BREEDS CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 

EOJ DISPUTES ACTIVISTS' CWfUSE OF MISTREATING DOG 

VEGETARIANS' DELIGHT: TIKKEY-SAVING, STUFFED SOJASH 

WAR AGAINST KANGAROOS 

GOBBLER SQUABBLE 

CULLING TVE KANGAROOS 

RAISA'S JACKET MAY M(«E U.S. FUR FLY 

PROTECT THE KANGAROOS 

SHOU GOOD UILL TO ANIMALS 

DUKE SURGEON RAPS ANIhML BILL 

ANIMAL St€LTERS 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SXIETY 
SEE ALSO ajRHAM COWTY mim. S^ELTER 

ANIMAL SJtLTER ATTENDANT FIRED 

DOMO DOG TURNS VEROi STILL HOMELESS 

DON'T USE PET SHELTERS FOR RESEARCH ANIMALS 

ANKWL THERS 

SEE ALSO D06NAPPING 
SEE ALSO HORSE STEALING 
SEE ALSO PETS 

THIEVES GET $50, CHECK 

TfCFTS OF DOGS LINKED TO FIGHTING, PaiCE SAY 

70 FEEDER PIGS STOLEN 

ANIMUS NEED PROTECTION 

1*£RE DO YOU GET t€LP? 

ANIMALS 

SEE ALSO K)G AHACKS 
SEE ALSO DUNG 

SEE ALSO ENDANGERED SPECIES 
SEE ALSO TARSIERS 

WILDLIFE FEATURED 

CAffflNG, CRITTERS EXPLAINED 

JUDGE ORD&S WOMAN TO CLEAN IF ANIfWL 'HOSPITAL' 

WHAT WE THimi CRESSET CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 

PHILOSO'fO SAYS ANIMALS HAVE DIVINE VAL1£, SHOULD BE RESPECTED 

ANIMAL PROH^ CALLED PEOPLE PROBLEM AT ORDINANCE HEARING 

COLLECTING BIZARRE SOJNDS 

OFFBEAT history: BEWARE OF SNAKES, TARANTILA AND LION 

CHATHAM mWLS RAISED BY ANIMAL CONTROL PLAN 

ANIMALS, BIRTH CONTROL 

SEE PETS, POPUJ^TION CONTROL 

WIIMALS, CONTROL OF 
St£ DOG CONTROL 

ANIMALS. CR1B.TY TO 

SEE ALSO ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIEn 
SEE ALSO ANIMAL RIGHTS 
SEE ALSO (WIMALS, fCDICAL RESEARCH 
SEE <^S0 DURHAM ANIMAL CONTRO. DEPT. 
SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNH ANIMAL SHELTER 

KITTEN USED AS EVIDENCE AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION 

N.C. FARMER CHARGED WITH STARVING CATTLE 



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12/17/1987 B 1 P N P38 



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4 L 


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2 4/10/1987 B 


1 P N A54 


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2 6/13/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 7/15/1987 B 


1 P F S2/ 


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2 7/16/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 8/21/1987 A 


17 N 


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2 11/26/1987 B 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 12/01/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 12/02/1987 A 


4 E 


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2 12/04/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 12/10/1987 A 


4 E 


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2 12/11/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 12/18/1987 A 


4 L 


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2 12/24/1987 C 


13 N 



H 2 8/21/1987 A 20 N 
H 2 9/06/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 9/19/1987 A 4 L 



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H 2 1/18/1987 D 13 N 

H 2 6/16/1987 B 3 N 

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H 2 8/13/1987 A 4 L 



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10 P N 


H 


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1/09/1987 D 


7 P I 


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1/21/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


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2/07/1987 A 


6 P F 


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3/07/1987 A 


12 P N 


H 


3 


5/27/1987 C 


1 N BIO 


H 


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6/06/1987 A 


4 T H 


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6/20/1987 A 


4 T H 


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9/22/1987 C 


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S 1 2/03/1987 A 7 



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12/31/1987 



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CAVE DROPPINGS PROVIDE CU£S... 



COWS STARVE; DAIRYM«< CHARGED 

A PAINFU. EWTIfESS 

FWWER PLEADS NO CONTEST TO CHARK OF STARVING COB 

FIVE H(»SES GIVEN REFUIS AT FRAfW-IN STABLE 

PARK fCEDS HORE RANGERS 

ANIMALS AID RESEARCH 

iWIMAL RESEARCH UNETHICAL 

003 RACING CRt£L TO ANIMALS 

ANIHAL RIGHTS HOVEMENT 6RCMS 

RACING INOJSTRY BREEDS CRt£LTY TO ANIMALS 

DOG RACING CRl£L TO ANIMALS 

PIT BULLS AREN'T THE VILLAINS 

mfZ DOG-FIGHTING A FaONY 

STOKES CO. ANIMAL St£LTER UORKER SUSPENDED 

RACING GREYHOJNDS TREATED WELL _^ ^^_ ,^ 

ECU DISPUTES ACTIVISTS' CHAR(£ OF MISTREATIM3 DOG 

ANIMAL SHELTER ATTENDANT FIRED _ _ ^^^. 

MG RACERS HAVE FUW WAY OF DEFINIW3 W(»D 'WELFARE' 

850 ANIMALS ABANtONED 

ANIMAL ABUSE PROBED 

DRIVER LACKED COW'ASSION 

^mM€ SfXIETY fCMBER OJSTED OVER HI»< DIVING ACT OF HOES 
YOJTH PLEADS aJILTY TO SEHING CAT AFIRE 
GROlff' TO PROTEST FUR SALES AT MALL 
RAISA'S JACKET mi hWKE U.S. FUR FLY 

ANIMALS, DISEASES „ ^, 

SEE ALSO EQUIhE LEUKOECEPHALOMALCIA <ELEM) 

^%tt ^^hePpaJLTRf FARMERS PLUCK LOSSES, BETTER BIRDS' tCALTW 

ANIMUS, EXTINCT 

SEE ALSO ENDAN(£RED SPECIES 
SCIENTISTS WANT TO KNOW 'WHO D(M IT?' 
SLIP SLIDING AWAY 

ANIMALS, fCDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANIMALS, CRUELTY TO 

SEE ALSO DUKE PRIMATE FACILITY 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESE«?CH 

SEE ALSO N.C. hCTUORK FOR ANIMALS INC. 

SEE ALSO RESE^tfWH 

DUKE DOCTOR EXPECTS ANIMALS TO SUPPLY ORGANS 

ANIMALS AID RESEARCH 

ANIMAL RESEARCH LWETHICAL 

AHACK WAS WJUARPANTED 

ANIM/^ Ria^TS MOVEi€NT GRiaJS ^ ^ .^ 

U.S. GRANT WILL EXPAND RE^ARCH INSTITUTE LABS 

ECU DISPUTES ACTIVISTS' CHWGE OF MISTREATING DOS 

NEED FOR ANIMALS IN RESEARCH UNFOUNIO _,„^ 

AFRICAN CLAWED FROG MAY OFFER aUES FOR SOiC rtJMAN NERVOUS DISORDERS 

DON'T USE PET SJCLTERS FOR RESEARCH ANIMALS 

BLACK CAT VICTIM OF STRING (F BAD LUCK 

DIM SURGEON RAPS ANIMAL BILL 

(WIMATED FILMS __ 

ANIMATO FILMS WITTY AND WICKED 

ANNAPaiS BRASS QUINTET 

BYRD AND BRASS PROVES TUNEFU. PAIRING 

ANNEXATION 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C, AWCXATIO* 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C, W#€XATION 

SEE ALSO DUWiM, N.C, AftfOATION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, f*«€XATION 

SEE ALSO EXTRATERRITORIAL AREA 

SEE ALSO HILLSBa?0U3H, N.C, A»€XATION 

SEE ALSO INCORPORATION (MUNICIPAL) 



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3/30/1987 A 




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6/04/1987 A 




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6/13/1987 A 




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7/14/1987 A 




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7/15/1987 B 


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8/21/1987 A 


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9/05/1987 C 




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10/16/1987 C 


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10/22/1987 C 




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12/02/1987 C 




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12/05/1987 B 




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S 


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12/10/1987 A 




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S 2 10/29/1987 C 1 N B85 



2 11/10/1987 B 1 D F B30 
2 11/10/1987 B 1 F B30 



6/02/1987 A 
6/04/1987 A 
6/13/1987 A 
6/19/1987 A 
7/15/1987 B 
7/18/1987 C 
8/21/1987 A 
9/15/1987 A 
9/18/1987 B 
9/19/1987 A 
10/24/1987 A 
12/24/1987 C 



1 

4 

4 

4 

1 P 

1 
17 

4 
12 P 

4 

9 
13 



N B85 

L 
L 
L 
F S27 

N W82 

N 

L 

N 

L 

N 

N 



2 3/19/1987 D 8 P R B71 



2 1/16/1987 D 3 P R S66 



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12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



D — DATE- 



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SEE ^SO PinSBORO, N.C., Af»€XATION 

KE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, A^WEXATION ^__„ 

N.C. LEGISLATORS MOVING TO m.J ^*8€XATI0N UiiND RUSH BY CITIES 

BILL ON ANNEXATION SENT TO SUBCOMHITTEE __ ^^ 

SENATE VOTE EXPECTED THIS WEEK ON ANfEXATION CLAIMS fCASlRE 

SENATE OKS BILL TO REMOVE CITIES' AWEXATION CLAIMS 

HOUSE PWEL APPROVES AMCXATIONS CLAIMS BILL; . ..MAKING IT RETTOACTIVE... 

HOUSE APPROVES MEASURE TO HALT CITIES' LM) RUSH 

f€ARING SET THURSDAY ON »«ITARY DISTRICTS 

CONCORD ANNEXES SPEEDUAY 

ANNIE PENN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO NAICS OF SPECIFIC HOSPITALS) 
HOSPITALS' DEATH RATES LISTED UP IN OXFORD, REIDSVILLE 

ANNUAL PHYSICAL C^£C^■UPS 
SEE ALSO fCALTH CARE 
REGULAR checkups: A HEALTHY INVEST>ENT 
C)€CKIP GOOD IDEA EVEN IF YOU FEEL FIfE 

ANOREXIA fERVOSA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAfES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
SEE ALSO EATING 
SEE ALSO HUN(£R 

FILM ON EATING DISORDERS TO BE SHOW 

CARTOON UAS INAPPROPRIATE 

mum THE LOOKING GLASS: ...PAS IE DEUX BETWEEN WEIGHT AND ^€ALTH 

WWTHERTHYfE 

SEE ALSO RESTALffiANTS, DURHAM 
ARCWIVALS VAL'S, ANOTHERTHY>E TIE 

ANSON COUNTY, N.C. 

BLAZE ORANGE WILL BE REQUIRED WEAR FOR ANSON HUNTERS 
STATE PLANS TO FINE COMPANY PARTIALLY (Mfl«D BY JORDAN 
LT. GOVERNOR'S COMPANY PAYS FINE FOR POUUTION 
Cfflff>ANY PARTIALLY OWO BY JORDAN PAYS i5,000 FINE 
CLEARING THE REOKD 
ANSON FRIENDLY, BUT PLEASE DON'T TAKE THE SIGNS 

ANSON CREEK „ __ 

COfPANY IN WHICH JORDAN INVESTED CITED FOR POUUTION OF ANSON CREEK 

ANTARCTICA 

THE STRATEGIC WITARCTICA 

BEWARE THE OZONE HOLE 

TWO CONGRESSMEN TO VISIT ANTARCTICA 

VALENTINE TO TAKE JAUNT TO ANTARCTICA, SOUTH PCLE 

VALENTINE LEAVES NEW YEAR'S DAY ON 12-DAY JOURNEY TO ANTtf^CTICA 

FACT-FINDING AT THE POLE 

HWBW3 TO SNOWBALL JUNKET 



W4TH0NY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
TAR HEELS GET FIVE TV SPOTS; CLEMSON, MARYLAND 4 
JACKETS' INGRAM CHOSEN MCKEVLIN WlhJCR 
AGENTS' BUCKS END INGRAM'S TECH CAREER 



EACH 



ANT>«OPa.06Y 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO EVOLUTION 
SEE ALSO PETRIFIED WOOD 

(ERE St€ IS, MS. AEGYPTOPITHECUS 

KM STUDENT WINS FELLOWSHIP 

MADAGASCAR PRESERVE FOR LEMURS H)AL OF DUKE TEACtCR-RESEARCHER 

(WTI-ABORTION GROUPS 
SEE AB(«TION 



2/25/1987 A 
3/06/1987 B 
3/11/1987 B 
3/12/1987 D 
3/27/1987 B 
4/02/1987 B 
5/20/1987 B 
8/26/1987 B 



N L40 
N L40 
N L40 
N L40 
N R53 
N L40 
N 
N 



H 2 12/18/1987 A 1 N 



S 2 8/26/1987 A 11 G 
H 2 10/30/1987 BUN 



H 1 3/18/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 4/30/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 7/19/1987 E 1 T F Zll 



S 2 10/27/1987 D 4 N A76 



H 


2 2/05/1987 A 


16 N 


H 


2 6/27/1987 C 


1 N 046 


H 


2 11/14/1987 C 


1 N 046 


H 


1 11/14/1987 C 


1 P N 046 


H 


2 11/16/1987 A 


2 N 


S 


2 12/15/1987 C 


6 N 



H 2 3/19/1987 A 17 N 046 



H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 


2 1/21/1987 A 
2 3/25/1987 A 
2 12/23/1987 B 
2 12/23/1987 A 
2 12/24/1987 B 
2 12/29/1987 A 
2 12/31/1987 A 


4 E 
4 E 
2 N 

1 P N M06 

2 N 
4 E 
4 E 


H 
H 
H 


2 7/12/1987 B 
2 8/02/1987 C 
2 11/14/1987 D 


4 P N C36 
1 P N C36 
1 P N 



H 2 1/29/1987 B 1 P N D80 
H 2 5/21/1987 B 12 N 
H 2 11/15/1987 B 1 P N D80 



ANTI-C/WCER DRUGS 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE CHEMOT>ERAPY 

ANTI-COWWIST mAJP 

SEE ALSO i^OICAN FREEDOM COALinON 
SEE fiLSD CDmitilSi\ 

AREA ?£aPlS. TO WXIRN RED RULE 

MOJRNING IH3ED FOR JVE VICTIMS Of OMflHWISM 

A^fTI-DEATH PENALTY 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, INTERNATIONAL 

SEE l^SO DEATH SENTENCES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DEATH SENTENCES, U.S. 

DEATH penalty; A»(ESTY*GRaiP OPPOSED TO ITS USE IN TRIAL OF... BOY 

WHAT ABOJT VICTIMS' RIGHTS IN m«DER CASE? 

OPPOSITION TO DEATH PENALTY SLOWS JU^Y PICKS 

DEATH SENTENCE NEEDED 

N.C. INIWTES' APPEALS TACTICS WILL SHIFT NOW 

TRIANGLE LAW PROFS RAP DEATH RULING 

DEATH PENALTY A CRI^E AGAINST rtJMAN LIFE 

DON'T EXECUTE IFSHUR 

ABO-ISH DEATH PEN^^TY _ 

GROtF OPPOSO TO DEATH PENALTY TO f€ET AT NCCU 

ANTI-DEATH PENALTY S«31F TO hEET 

£SUM(DS RAPS LACK OF ACTION ON lEATH RULE 

REP. L(KKS RECEIVES LONE VIGIL AWARD 

AGAINST CAPITAL PUNISWCNT 

RULING ON LAWYER'S RIGHT TO PICKET DRAWS PRAISE 



ANTI-DEFWWTIW LEAGUE 

KLAN, OTHER FAR-RIGHT 'HATE' 
KEEP HATE MOVEMENT AT BAY 



GROl^ REPORTED WEAKENING 



ANTI-DEPRESSANTS _ 

SEE ALSO DEPRESSION (EMOTIOi*! STATE) 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 

ANTIDEPRESSANTS, ALCOHOL BIGGER KILLERS THAN COCAINE AND HEROIN 
VCLIMEERS SOUjHT _ _ 

^OI ANTIDEPRESSANTS WILL IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE 

ANTI-DRUG BILL 

SEE ALSO [«UG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG DEALERS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, LAWS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS, SMUGGLING 

N.C, GETS MORE TTWN $430,000 TO STEP IF WAR ON DRUGS 

REAGAN DRUG BATTLE FIZZLES IN NEW BUDGET 

ANTI-WUG PROOWiM AIMS AT ELE1€NTARY SCHOO. 

ANTI-I^fLATION PROGRAM 
SEE ECONOMY, U.S. 
SEE INFLATION, U.S. 

ANTI-KLAN MOVEMENT ^ .^„^ 

SEE ALSO COALITION FOR UNITY, EQUALITY AND JJSTICE 

SEE ALSO GREENSBORfl, N.C, RACE RELATIONS 

SEE ALSO GREENSBORO l**fAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 

SEE ALSO KLAWJATCH 

SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 

SEE ALSO NORTH CAROLINIANS AGAINST RACIST AND RaiGIOUS VIOLENCE 
'THIS IS NOT KLAN COUNTRY' _ „^„ 

ANTI-KLAN MARtH IN GREENSBORO DRAWS PEACEFUL 800 
CAP-PISTOL SHOOTER ARRESTED AS KLANSMEN MARCH LOUDLY 
KLAN, OTHER FAR-RIGHT 'HATE' GROJPS REPORTED WEAKENING 
COUNCIL RESOLUTION OPPOSES KLAN MARCH 
DWWAM SHOULD IGNORE KLAN MARCH SUNDAY 
STATEMENT AGAINST KKK AND A CALL TO UNITY (AD) 
COUNCIL CONDEIWS KLANi COWTER RAUY IS PLANNED 
KLAN MARCH LEADS TO PAfCL PROPOSAL AND ANTI-KLAN RAUY 



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2 5/15/1987 A 


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2 6/26/1987 A 


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2 11/25/1987 A 


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2 11/27/1987 A 


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2 12/18/1987 C 


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2 6/11/1987- A 


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2 6/15/1987 A 


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H 2 9/18/1987 C 3 N 
S 2 12/02/1987 A 6 U 



H 2 1/07/1987 A 13 N 
S 2 1/13/1987 A 4 E 
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6/07/1987 C 


1 N «27 


H 


2 


6/08/1987 A 


1 P N WZ7 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


14 N 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


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6/12/1987 A 


19 A 


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6/12/1987 B 


1 N S51 


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6/12/1987 B 


1 N MIO 

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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PARADE ORDINANCES TO BE STRICTLY ENFORCED SIMIAY 

RaiGIOUS, CIVIC LEADERS FLAN RALLY AGAINST KKK MARCH 

DON'T SHOW UP FOR KLAN IN CHAPa HILL 

ANTI-KLAN RALLY, VIGIL SCt€DtA£D DOJNTOUN 

POLICE HOPE RAIN FALLS AT KLAN RALLY 

NOT ATTENDING KLAN MARCH WILL SHOW l*<ERE DURHAM STANDS 

ANTI-KLAN RALLY 

RAaY DECLARES 'UE SHAU OVERCOME' TODAY'S KLAN MARCH 

TIGHT SECURITY FOLLOWS KKK IN PEACEFUL DURHAM MARCH 

GROUP TAIMS KLAN WITH SILENT UNITY 

.BERING CH^tftL HILL CROWD COhFROWTS KLAN MARCffiS 

EDITCKIAL 'YELLOW JOURNALISM' 

IGNORE THE KU KLUX KLAN 

KLAN MARCHES IN DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL 

POLICE ARREST 9 AT KLAN MARCH 

ONLOOKERS JEER, CHEER KLAN 

RALLY (CRESTS REPORTED 

HECKLERS JEER KKK PARADE 

400 GAT>£R IN DUWAM TO PROTEST KKK MARCH 

POLICE OFFICER SAYS SPECTATORS W#M.Y AT CMPPQ. HILL IWRCH 

POLICE LAUDED FOR JOB ON KLAN MARCH 

MANNERS, GOOD POLICE WORK THWART KLANSMEN 

KLAN HYSTERIA CAN BE DANGEROUS 

FEAR OF ACLU ALLffl^ KLAN PARADES 

KLAN NEEDS TO BE COMBATTED EARLY, AS NAZI REGIME SHOULD mX. BEEN 

RESISTING KLAN IS IMPORTANT 

BEST WAY TO HANDLE RACISTS IS IGNORE THEM 

ANTI-NUCLEAR MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO ANTI-WAR PROTESTOR 

SEE ALSO COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SfCARON W«RIS 

SEE ALSO CRITICAL MASS 

SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 

SEE ALSO INTERNATIffllAL PHYSICIANS FOR THE PREVENTION OF NUCLEAR WAR 

SEE ALSO KUDZU fiXIANCE 

SEE ALSO WJCLEAR EhERGY 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR FREE ZONES 

SEE ALSO l«JCLEAR PLANTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC CITIZEN'S CRITICAL MASS ENERGY PROJECT 

SEE ALSO SANE 

SI€ARON HARRIS ABOUT TO LIGHT HOtCS 

SPREADING THE WORD 

CPiL'S PLANT ALLOWED TO W TO FULL POWER 

CLEARING TJ€ RECCM) 

NO COMPENSATION ADEOJATE 

GROUP ASKS FOR SHUTDOWN OF EIGHT CftJCLEAR REACTKS 

ONE-SIDED PRESENTATION 

WJCLEAR PLANT FOES BEGIN MONITORING RADIATION LEVaS 

CASH TO MONITtSJ FOR RADIOACTIVITY NEAR HARRIS FLANT 

CHATHAM COALITION ACTIVIST SAYS MANY FEAR NUCLEAR PLANT 

F(ES WTOK CH HARRIS APPEAL 

ENDING Tf€ ARMS RACE 

CHAN(£S TAKING PLACE IN SOVIET l^ION 

FC3SIGN POLICY SffflULDN'T BE FOREIGN TO CITY HALL— MAYC« 

A-BOMB COMMEMORATION SCffiXJLED 

NUCLEARISM IS A DISEASE 

CURE WORSE THAN DISEASE 

MISSILES DON'T MEAN SAFETY 

INJURY CF PROTESTER UNSETTLING REMINDER 

TJ£ COST OF A CAUSE 

SICKENINaY SELF-RiarrEOUS 

CONSERVATIVE COALITION TRIES TO SUCKER US 

DISARMING THE BRAINS 

CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE AHACKED BY SPEAKER AT PARENTING SEMINAR 

DUKE POWER CONSIDERS TAKING OVER CALIF. PLANT 

IhF TREAH A MAJffll STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION 

ANTI-PTONOGRAPHY LAW 
SEE ALSO PORNOGRAPHY 
COJRT UPHOLDS OBSCENITY LAW 



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6/15/1987 
6/15/1987 
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UWCN QLESTION IF PROFESSIONAL KILiIRS RESPWSIBLE FOR SLAYIN6S... 

CLERK CaWICTED IN OBSCENITY CASE 

LAWYERSIN ADAM i EV€ CASE OMBXT SWWEY m POWOSWW 

^VEY; ALAMANCE TCOP^ SUF^-ORT RIGHT TO UATCH SEX FILMS 

ADAM i EVE JnifL STARTING IN ALArtWCE 

FVE FRESIDEKT FINDS F^ROSECUTION 'VERY QDIO^ 

ADAM {. EVE JJRY SELECTION R£SL«ES IN ALAMii^CE COl^T 

JURY ELECTION SLOW FOR ADAM J. EVE TRIAL 

JUDK CURBS ADAM i EVE .URY QIESTIONS ^^^^^ 

DISTRICT ATTOWCY m BE UITTCSS FOR WE DEFENSE 

4 a*CRS PICKED FOR OBSCENITY TRIAL ^^ ^^, ^ 

POTDTTIAL ADAM 4 EVE Jim<S UARY OF WATCHING SEX FIUIS 

OBSCENITY TRIAL SEATS EIGHT Ji?ORS ^ ^^^ ,„^ 

JJRY SELECTION IN P(KN TRIAL f€ADS FOR 2ND lEEK 

PORN TRIAL RESUCSi TESTIMONY LOOMS 

Wl(L WASTES m€1 „^ ^,^, 

NINTH jmffi. O^OSEN FOR ADAM S, EVE TRIi^ 

PraKFtCTIVE MfOfS RECAa DEFl**CT DRIVE-IN 

ALAMANCE LEADERS DCaifC TO SEE FIL^ 

ADAM i EV€ .URY fCEIS ALTERNATES 

ACTTncg CLOUD ISSUE 

ALTEWWTES JOIN F^ JURY; OPENING STATDENTS TODAY 

ADAM i EVE TRIAL BEGINS: 'IS THIS... OBSCENE?' 

TESTIMONY ST««TS W OBSCENITY TRIAL 

FORMER DA TESTIFIES IN PORNO TRIAL 

SEX FIU« SKM IN OBSCENITY TRIAL 

MISCONCEPTIONS ON PtKNOSRAPHY 

ADAM i EVE LAWYERS OFFER NO UITttSSES 

G-MEN ATTEND TRIAL , „,„,^r 

(ilAMAVCE JJRY DECIDES PHE FILMS NOT OBSCENE 

F■^€ XIRY EOATED 5 MINUTES _ 

UNIMPASSIONATE DIFFERENCE OF OPINION IN«,^tfmE 

NO CmR«S SEEN IN OBSCENITY LAW EM^CMSCNT 

OBSCENITY LAW HAS LITTLE PUBLIC SUPTOT ,^,^^^^ 

FIG LEAVES DWATED TO ALAMANCE CO. TWIR SHOP (CARTOON) 

COMMON SENSE FREVAILO ,..^^,^.r.~ 

^WWET IS BEST PLACE TO BATTLE PmNOGRAFW 

RELIGIOLS UIGILANTES SKXO SETTLE DOl« 

LEFTOVER CHAF.12S DRC?fO IN OBSCENITY CASE 

MARYLAND fWN FACES 41 OBSCENIH COKFS 

IS LOVING FREEMM COMMON? 

CHARLOTTE MINISTER PICKETS GAS STATION 

lEBSTER'S BIBLE WASN'T X-RATED 

OBSCENITY CHAR-GE3 DR-QPPED , „^ ^^^ 

uTsrpROSECUTtS?S STILL INVESTIGATING ADAM i EVE FIRM 

PLEA BARGAIN BRIf«S CLO^ OF 1? AIM.T KCKST^S 

CHARLOTTE FlEA MAY CLOSE Dt^HAM AOJLT BCmSTORES 

N.C. AUTHORITIES SAY POWOGRAPHY MAY BE h€RE TO STAY 

STATE LAUS ON OBKENITY UPIBJ) 

RULING EJECTED TOHAVE LITTLE EFFECT ON Vlt£0 BUSIfCSSES 

STEPfeiS AIMS TO RID CITY OF S«JT 

COl«T UPHCIIS ANTI-OBSCENITY LAW CONVICTION 

(^I-SEMITISM ^ ^^ 

SEE ALSO ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGl^ 
SEE ALSO ARYAN NATIONS 
SEE i^SO JEMS 
SEE <^S0 nC ORICR 

BAPTIST'S COWtNTS IRK ,£WS 

POLITICAL TOLERANCE GROWS 

ANTI-SMOKING CWf AIGN 
SEE CIGARETTES 
SEE SMOKING 
SEE TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING CWfAIGN 

iWI-STARCH PILLS 
SEE WEIGHT CWTROL 



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2/05/1987 A 
3/05/1987 A 
3/06/1987 B 
3/09/1987 A 
3/09/1987 A 
3/10/1987 C 
3/10/1987 B 
3/11/1987 C 
3/11/1987 C 
3/12/1987 B 
3/13/1987 B 
3/14/1987 C 
3/14/1987 C 
3/16/1987 C 
3/17/1987 A 
3/17/1987 B 
3/18/1987 C 
3/18/1987 C 
3/19/1987 B 
3/20/1987 A 
3/20/1987 B 
3/21/1987 C 
3/21/1987 B 
3/24/1987 B 
3/25/1987 C 
3/26/1987 A 
3/26/1987 B 
3/26/1987 B 
3/27/1987 A 
3/27/1987 
3/27/1987 
3/28/1987 
3/28/1987 
3/30/1987 
4/01/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/07/1987 
4/14/1987 
4/20/1987 
5/02/1987 .. 
7/03/1987 B 
7/16/1987 B 
7/18/1987 B 
7/21/1987 A 
7/22/1987 B 
7/29/1987 A 
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SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
DUKE PROF WARNS U.S. OF TERRORISTS 
TERRORISM, PRESS COVERAGE DEBATED BY PA^EL AT Dlfl<E 
MOCK WAR HARD ON 'ALAMO' BUILDING 

ANTI-TRUST SUITS _ 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, DURHAM COMY 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 

SEE fLSO ^ERGERS AND TAKEOVERS 

N.C. BAKERIES FIfED $1 MILLION FOR BID-RIGGING ^ , ^_ 

DISCOUNT FURNITURE RETAILER LOSES RULING IN HEMOON ANHTRUST CASE 
SUIT FILED OVER AIRLINE RESERVATIONS 

ANTI-WAR PROTESTORS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-WCLEAR MOVEffiNT 

SEE ALSO VIETNAM 

SEE ALSO WAR RESISTERS' LEAGl£ 

MILITARY IN VIETTWM NOT ALLOWED TO FIGHT 

VIETWM RESISTOS DESERVE RESPECT, TOO 

THE ANTI-WAR PATRIOTS 

WHO CURTAILED MY RKHTS? 

AWTIBIOTICS 

SEE ALSO res (DIETHYLSTILBESTROL) 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 
SEE ALSO PRESCRIPTION DRUGS 
VIDEO CO^FERENCE TO DISCUSS ICU DRUG 

ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS 
SEE ALSO DRUGS 
SEE ALSO EPILEPSY 
PE£FLEi DUKE MEDICAL CENTER INVESTIGATOR ON AWARD-WIWING RESEARCH TEAM 

ANTIC8JE XMELRY 
SEE ALSO JE1€LRY 
ANTIQUE jewelry; «^>RAISER SHARES HER LIFELONG FASCINATION... 

ANTIQIE SHOJS 

ACADEMY TO HOLD ANTIQUE SHOW 
PLANTATION PARH PACKS THEM IN 

ANTIQISS 

SEE ALSO ARCHAEOLOGY 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 

RETURN VISIT TO ANTIQUE STORE ENDS IN CHARGES 

CmiR CATOCS ^tf>PRAISER'S EYE 

"WE'LL TAKE ANYTHING." 

GIFT-GIVING HER SPECIALITY 

WHAT'S IT WORTH? YOU CAN FIND OUT, BUT BE SURE TO APPRAISE... 

PANa TO APPRAISE ANTIQUES AT CLINIC 

PLEASE DON'T TAKE OFFENSE AT THIS PIECE OF WCRICANA 

ANTITRUST LAWS 

SEE ANTI-TRUST SUITS 

(WXIETY 

SEE fiLSO i€NTAL HE/^ITH 

SEE ALSO f€NTAL ILLf«SS 

SEE ALSO PANIC 

SEE ALSO FtCBIAS 

SEE ALSO STRESS 

SEE ALSO TRIANGLE ANXIETY DISORIERS ASSOCIATION 
ANXIETY ATTACKS CAN BE CUfiO 

WJYTHING GOES (MUSICAL) 

TWO PLAYS ON TAP IN ALAfWNCE 

APACHE HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO >£LICOPTERS 



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N.C. aJARD'S APAOCS ARRI^t 
HERE TICY a»€! 

(VART>EID _ ,„ 

SEE fiLSQ ACTION AGAINST APART^£ID 

SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATICW 

SEE ALSO SOUTW AFRICA 

SEE ALSO SULLIVAN FI^INCIPLES __, ^ , 

SEE ALSO UNiy. OF N.C. ANTI-APARTVEID SUPPORT GROUP 
^ART>€ID F(E UAHTS TO STAY IN U.S. 
COUNTY BOARD TO «11 IDEAS FC« f£W TAXES 
APARTICID FIELS PUSH FOR f£U LEGISLATION 
COMMISSIOfffRS PONDER f€W TAX 
CWiRGES FILED IN PROTEST ARE DISMISSED 
CLEARING TVC RECORD 
DIVESThENT NOT DISCUSSED BY IM BOARD 
N.C. STATE REFUSES DIVESTITIM MOVE _ 

LEGISLATCR SAYS BILL INACCURATELY BEING DESCRIBED 
nTc. STATE TRUSTEES LIf«< DIVESTITURE TO SULLIVAN'S CALL 
N.C. STATE TO DIVEST FIWDS IN S. AFRICA „ 

TUO ANTI-APART>«Iti LEADERS FEATIKED IN SYNAGOGUE F0RU1 
U.S. rt^S ITS OWN Af'i^TFEID 

(Wri-APART)€ID SPAWNS 2ND S^OUP AT WC .„^^,„ 

S. AFRICANS UKfX. STUDENTS TO RALLY AGAINST APART>£ID 
AP(«T}£ID CAUSES (€ALTH CARE l«£-SPEAKER 
UNC STUDENTS FfBTEST APARTHEID 

UNO SHOUHN'T BUY GOODS FROM SOUTH AFRICA - TRUSTEE 

APARTTCID, NAZISM COMPARAliLE, nmi MANICLA TELLS DIKE CROWD 
WEST UR1S3 TO BLOK FURTHER SO/m AFRICAN VIOLENCE 
CITY'S BUSIfCSS PLEK3E; SHAICS OF rCCARTWiai 

speaker: U.S. must lead s. africa sanctions 

100 \iK FACU.TY ^BffiERS SIGN PETITION FOR i€ETING 
AWI-APARTHEID RESaUTION DEFENDS LIBERTY 
STUKNTS WLD MOCK MEHING OF UNC BOARD 

SfflCTO tCN'S SHOP (D«TOON) 

LOtC BLACK TRIBTEE HAS RESIGNATION LETTER 

ANTI-APARTVEID PROTESTER'S WANT RA6SDALE CTF BOARD 

PROF SAYS DIVESTfCNT WRONG WAY TO REFCBW 

ANTI-AP«?THEID PROTESTER'S INTER'RUPT UNC l€ET 

UNC'S BLACK TRUSTEE TO RDttIN ON BOARD _^„, , r^,^^ 

DIFHAH a«3UP TO SEND MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO S. AFRICAN REFU3EES 

DUWAM'S ANTI-APART>£ID BILL PASSES HOUSE 

VAGUEfCSS BLOCKS BILL ON APARTHEID 

STUDENTS FAST TO PROTEST APARTICID 

APARTTCID PROTESTERS' FAST ENTERS EIGHTH DAY 

SAfCTIONS HAVEN'T WORKED 

PANa TO STUDY DIVEST1€NT ISSl£ 

SOJTH AFRICA BILL GOING TO SENATE FLOOR 

SENATE APPROVES (CASURE AIICD AT OPPOSING APARTTCID 

TUO ANTI-APARTVEID ICASURES ADV^WCE 

DEADLINE HAS W3USE UORKING INTO NISfT 

GROUP! S. AFRICA fCUS OFF THE MARK 

T}€ SUaiVAN PRINCIPLES A MODa OF MODERATION 

SOUTH (ifRICA IS REFORMING 

scum tfRICA INVESTtCNT LAU ENACTED 

RJR NABISCO PLA^JS TO STAY IN S. AFRICA 

UNC DIVESTMENT PAf€U SETS FIKT ^E^ TODAY ,,™™, ^»„ 

FAILURE TO DIVEST SENDING NEGATIVE SIGNALS, PWCL fCMBERS SAY 

REFUGEES GET ^£IlICAL AID FROM TRIANGLE ,„„.„vc 

BILL ENACTED TO LIMIT CITIES' FUNDING OF STATE HISWAYS 

GRADUATE STUDENT TAKES PROTEST OF APARTf€ID TO LWITED NATIONS 

PROTEST OF tf'ARTVEID PLANJCD AT FORl^ 

tM:-CH DECIDES TO SELL STOCK LIt«ED TO S. AFRICA 

ANTI-^VARTHEID STUDENTS STAGE SIT-IN FOR POLICE 

APW5T>£ID PROTESTERS PLAN TO KEEP FIGHTING 

WHITE RULE IN S. AFRICA CALLED 'IRRECONCILABLE' 

VIGIL mj! TO F'ROTEST APARTVEID 

HELMS SAYS S. AFRICANS DO NOT LIKE SECTIONS 

^£Li6' TAaY IS W?CNG ^ 

LWC COfS'LETES STOCK DIVESTMENT AHEAD OF TIfE 



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1/08/1987 B 
1/08/1987 A 
1/09/1987 B 
1/16/1987 B 
1/17/1987 A 
1/17/1987 C 
1/28/1987 C 
1/31/1987 D 
2/08/1987 C 
2/09/1987 A 
2/10/1987 C 
2/10/1987 A 
2/11/1987 B 
2/13/1987 A 
2/20/1987 B 
2/26/1987 A 
2/27/1987 B 
3/04/1987 C 
3/04/1987 C 
3/05/1987 A 
3/24/1987 B 
3/28/1987 C 
4/08/1987 A 
4/08/1987 A 
4/16/1987 A 
4/23/1987 B 
4/23/1987 B 
4/24/1987 B 
4/24/1987 A 
4/25/1987 B 
4/28/1987 A 
5/02/1987 B 
5/07/1987 B 
5/09/1987 C 
5/15/1987 B 
5/15/1987 A 
5/16/1987 C 
5/22/1987 B 
5/26/1987 B 
5/27/1987 B 
5/28/1987 D 
6/10/1987 
6/15/1987 
6/16/1987 
6/20/1987 
6/23/1987 
6/25/1987 B 
6/26/1987 A 
7/18/1987 
8/07/1987 
9/10/1987 
9/11/1987 
10/02/1987 
10/03/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/11/1987 
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10/24/1987 A 
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P S92 

P C60 

N L90 

N L90 

P J40 

N 685 

E 

N 

N 
L 

N L90 
T R56 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N L90 
N 685 
N 

N 046 
N GSO 
N L90 
L 

N L90 
N R53' 
N R53 
N R53, 
N 

N H30 
E 
L 
N 
N 

N L90 
N L90 
N 
N 

' N 08C 
N 08C 
N L9C 
N L9C 
N L9C 

' U H4? 

' N L9C 
N 
L 
N 08( 



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-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SANCTICWS URGED AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA; IN UNC ADDRESS, MRS. Kim,., 

APARTTCID TIES MAY AFFECT BID ACCEPTANCE 

COUNCIL StCW-D SCRAP ANTI-APARTHEID PtLICY 

CITY COIWCIL TO DECIDE MONDAY ON ANTI-APARTHEID EXEMPTION 

WARTfEID ISSt£ MAY HALT PURCHASE 

CITY REJECTS BID BECAUSE OF STAND AGAINST AP/«Tf£ID 

FIRM WITH TIES TO SOJTH AFRICA LOSES CITY BID 

COUNCIL UASTES MONEY WEARING MORAL BLINDERS 

CITY BUYS GOODS FROM S. AFRICAN-TIED FIRM 

PBS CELEBRATES SEASON 

COUNCIL SHOULD FOLLOW PRINCIPLE OR DISCARD IT 

QUESTIONABLE MORALITY 

EDITORIALS INCONSISTENT 

EDITORIALS SEEM CONTRADICTORY 

EDITORIAL'S MORAL BLINDERS 

CITY CITES APARTHEID STANCE IN LOU BID REJECTION 

ASINIhC PURCHASING POLICY 

COtMIL ENDORSES CHAW3E IN POSTJttRK 

PURITY CAN BE STICKY 

(VARTMEMTS __ 

SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL EAST AP(«T^ENTS 
SEE (^SO CONDOMINIWtS 
SEE (LSO COOPERATIVE APARTI€NTS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., DOli»rrOUN DUELLING 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 
SEE ALSO HOUSING, U.S. 
SEE ALSO JFK TOUERS 
SEE ALSO MOREHEAD HILLS 
SEE ALSO PENRITH APART^ENTS 
SEE ALSO TtMMOUSES 

THE COURTYARD IN CHAPEL HILL IS SOLD , ^^„ 

DOJNTOIW APARTtCNTS?: WITTENBERG SEEKS FEEDBACK ON 31-STORY BUILDING 

DEVELOPER SAYS INTEREST COllD SPUR APARTMENTS 

IS TfE TRIANGLE READY FOR LUXURY HOUSING? (AD) 

BUILDER TESTS aiMATE 

SURPRISE! DUKE OUNS BIG CHUNK OF ORANGE COUNTY 

DEVaOPERt 200 BACK HI6H-«ISE APART^ENTS 

15-YEAR MORTGAGE MIGHT K IN YOIK BEST INTEREST 

RESIDENTS SAY APARTMENT CONVERSIONS OVERLOOKED 

DEVELOPMENT PLANS TABLED IN OXFORD 

DURHAM PLANNERS UARY OF ZONING RULE 

IS THIS REALLY JUSTICE? 

AP««TMENTS UON'T BE 'RUN OF MILL' 

29 APARTMENTS DUE rOR SEPT. OCCUPWCY IN OLD HOSIERY MILL 

BEFORE AND (TIER 

UNFINISHED APARTMENT BUILDING DESTROYED 

PiZ BOARD BACKS OFFICE-HOTEL PLAN 

LCftCR INTEREST RATE RAISES HOfCBUYER'S SENSE OF AFFORDABLE 

APART^ENT RE20NING OK'D 

COWANY PLANS HOTEL, APARTMENTS, OFFICES OFF 1-40 

UILLHOIT, APARTMENTS FACE LAWSUIT 

REZONING GRANTED BY C0W1ISSI0NERS FOR SHOPPING AREA 

COUNH OKS U.S. 70 CENTER, OFFICES 

PROGRESS IN wfam 

REPORT SAYS AREA AWASH IN UNSOLD CONDOMINIWtS 

EMPTY APARTMENTS ABOUND 

3,563 APARTMENTS IN VARIOUS PLOWING STAGES FOR DIRHAM 

SALE OF DURHAM HOMES DROPS IN NOVEMBER 

APES 

SEE ALSO I^ILLAS 
HERE SHE IS, MS. AEGYPTtFITHECUS 

APEX, N.C. 

REVLON TO MOVE ALMAY OPERATIONS TO OXFORD 
3 WAKE rniORS PLAN TO OPPOSE SHCM3TING RANGE 
PROSPECTS (F WLO INCREASING IN APEX 



N 
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H 
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H 
S 
H 
H 
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H 
S 
S 
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C -PG L P BYL 



11/18/1987 A 
11/25/1987 A 
11/30/1987 A 
12/03/1987 C 
12/04/1987 B 
12/08/1987 C 
12/08/1987 
12/09/1987 
12/10/1987 
12/10/1987 
12/11/1987 
12/14/1987 
12/16/1987 
12/17/1987 
12/18/1987 
12/18/1987 B 
12/22/1987 A 
12/22/1987 C 
12/27/1987 D 



N L90 

N H70 

E 

N K70 

N 

N 

N H70 

E 

N H70 

I 

E 

L 

L 

L 

L 

N SSI 

L 

N H70 

E 



H 


2 


1/11/1987 F 


1 C N 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


1 D N L41 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 A 


3 P A 


S 


2 


2/28/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 


3/05/1987 A 


18 U L41 


S 


2 


4/10/1987 C 


1 P N U82 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 B 


1 N A54 


H 


1 


5/14/1987 B 


1 N S80 


S 


2 


6/10/1987 A 


1 N X51 


S 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


8/19/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 


8/22/1987 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


1 


8/25/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


9/02/1987 A 


9 N M06 


H 


2 


9/13/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


2 10/15/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 10/21/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 B 


9 P N 080 


H 


2 


11/10/1987 C 


1 N A54 


S 


2 11/10/1987 C 


1 N M06 


H 


2 12/01/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/06/1987 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 F 


1 N L41 


H 


2 


12/13/1987 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 12/20/1987 F 


1 N 



H 2 1/29/1987 B 1 P N D80 



H 2 5/16/1987 A 
H 2 9/05/1987 A 
H 2 9/20/1987 D 



1 N H60 
8 N 
12 N 



APEX, N.C, ELECTIONS 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



TWO RALEIGH COUNCIUCN DEFEATED BY CHALLENGERS 

APEX HIGH SCHOOL STORTS, BASKETBALL 
SPARTANS TO FIND CWWCES SPARSE 
JMWN ROUTS APEX, 101-75 

APEX HIGH SCHOOL SPtKTS, FOOTBALL _ ^ „ „,™, 

WESTERN HARhETT, S. JOHNSTON UfflK TO IWSEAT SOUTHERN 

APEX RELAYS 

SEE ALSO TRACK 
HILLSIDE, JORDAN IN APEX RELAYS 

APHIK 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS _ 

TOBACCO-OSJING RED W'HIDS HM€ FARHERS ALARMED 

APPALACHIA 

'ROADSIDE* BRINGS MOUNTAINS TO STA(£ 

FROM tff-ALACHIA, STORIES OF US AU 

APPALACHIA POVERTY 'BATTLES REMAIN TO BE FOUGHT' 

MaKrAINS...DEVELOPf£NT HAPHAZARD, UtLY IN UNO COUNTIES 

APPALACHIAN ENVIROMOfTAL ARTS CENTER 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 
PW3T0 tWRKSJWS OFFERED 

APPALACHIfW LEASE 
SEE AL9D BASEBALL 
ajRLIhffiTON SWEEPS CfmSS F(K TITLE 

APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION _ ^^^_ 

STEVENS CENTER AGAIN SUB.^T OF INVESTIGATION 

APPALACHIAN STATE IWIV. 

ROTC ENvXJYS CAMPUS REliIVAL 

BCCNE MAN CONVICTED OF PUTTING LSD IN COFFEE AT CW1PUS SNACK SHOP 

MOJNTAINS... DEVELOPMENT HAPHAZARD, UO-Y IN UNC COUNTIES 

EL£CTKCNIC PSYCHaOGY ASSISTANCE 0f4.Y A COMPUTER PHOhE CALL AWAY 

SAhFCKD PROPOSES USim 'DEBT BUD(^' 

SOME COLLEGES PROVIDE JOBS THAT ENHANCE STUDIES 

DAVID STCCKMAN SAYS UHOPPOW TAX INCREASE NEEDED 

APPALACHIAN STATE IWIV. , ENROUCNT 

SOME UNC SCtCCLS SWAMPED WITH APPLICATIONS 

APPALACHIAN STATE IWIV., FACULTY 

N.C, PROF STUDIES DREAMS OF CHIfCSE 

(V^ALACHIAN STATE IWIV., STUDEffTS 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN WJPED-OFFEE CASE 

APPALACHIAN STATE NAMES DEAN'S LIST 

2 STUDENTS EARN DISTINCTION 

FtOPLE: UNC PROFESSOR GIVES TALK ON THE fCLOCAUST 

WITE TO ATTEND ADVOCACY PROSMM 

STUDENT KILLED AT FRATERNITY PARTY ^„^„ 

FATAL ASU SHOOTING INVOLVED MAN POSING AS PXICEMAN— WITICSSES 

$100,000 mS) SET IN STUDENT'S DEATTI 

ASU BRAWL SIMILAR TO ONE LAST MONTH 

APPALACHIAN A»«IM:ES GRABS 

APPALACHIAN STATE l^IV. SPORTS, BASKETBAa 
S. CAROLINA SLIPS PAST DAVIDSON 
AFRICAN SLIPS PAST ECU, 69-67 
ALABAMA ENDS LB<'S HOME STREAK 
CAVS, DEACS WIN 
MARSHAa THMiERS BY APPS 
RtBJSOM'S 39 LIFT UNCW PAST PIRATES 
REDMEN R/^LY PAST PIH, 63-62 
ROBINSON'S BUZZER SHOT BEATS UNC-U 



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S I T 

E L Y 

C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 11/04/1987 B 2 N 046 I 



H 2 11/17/1987 D 32 P N 
H 2 12/06/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 9/01/1987 D 20 P N 



H 2 4/19/1987 B 7 N 



H 1 6/30/1987 C 



4/03/1987 A 
4/07/1987 A 
4/24/1987 B 
6/01/1987 B 



12 

11 

20 

3 



N U66| 
R L34 

N ' 
N 



2 7/02/1987 D 8 N 



H 2 9/01/1987 B 2 N 



H 2 1/22/1987 AON 



s 


2 2/03/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 6/01/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 3/31/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 9/29/1987 A 


8 P N 


s 


2 10/09/1987 B 


1 Q 


H 


2 11/13/1987 B 


9 N 



S 2 3/25/1987 A 13 N 



S 2 8/12/1987 B 6 N 



H 


1 


2/24/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


6/18/1987 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 


6/20/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


7/16/1987 B 




N 1 


H 


1 


8/01/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


8/04/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


8/18/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


T 


1/04/1987 B 


3 P N 1 


H 


2 


1/04/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/08/1987 D 


2 


N 


S 


2 


1/08/1987 B 


3 P N i 


H 


2 


1/11/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/18/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 D 


2 


^ 


H 


2 


2/01/1987 C 


4 


N ' 



-a630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX B 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



FiflNFARE: ET CETERA ^ 

HILL'S 22 SE^a) EAGLES FLYING PAST FAYETTEVILLE ST., 104-77 

SMITH'S FREE TWOUS ICE WIN 

GROm.OUICZ PACES HOT-SHOOTING IWCC PAST VCU, 83-74 

PETERSON PICKED BY APPALACHIAN 

FAI#^ARE/ET CETERA 

BLUE DEVILS OPEN SEASON AGAINST ASU 

BLUE lEUILS OPEN 

DEVILS BURY APPALACHIAN 

DUKE'S QUIN SNYDER P«ESSl«ES KEMf> PHILLIPS... 

BLUE DEVILS SMASH APPS IN DEBUT 

KANSAS 73, APP. ST. 62 

APP. ST. 85, LOYOLA 69 

APP. ST. 65, BYU-HAUAII 62 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 93 
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APPALACHIAN STATE IWIV, 
F(ii¥(ii£/n CETERA 



SPORTS, FIELD HOCKEY (WOMEN) 



APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 
SOUTH CARaiNA 24, |i«>PALACHIAN ST. 3 
APPAL/lCHIAN ST. 27, VMI 10 
COLLEGE FOOTBALLi DOOLEY: ASU WON'T BEAT ITSELF 
DEACONS TRIWPH, NOW 3-0 
WAKE FOREST NIPS APPS FOR 3-0 W«K 
APPY ST. 24, LIBERTY 6 

MOUNTAINEERS KICK FURMAN __ 

APPALACHIAN STATE DRILLS MOCS; GA. SOUTHERN SHUTS Km WESTERN 
COIEGE FOOTBALL, SIDaiNES... 
SOO^ERS NO. 1; GAfCCOCKS BREAK IN 19TH 
APPALACHIAN TRIPS MARSHALL, aiNCHES SOUT>CRN CROWN 
MOUNTAIhEERS CLINCH CWFERENCE TITLE 
APPALACHIAN ST. 33, W. CAROLINA 13 
MOlKTAIfEERS ROL OVER RICHMOID... 
FAff ARE/SC COACH OF YEAR 
APP. ST. ADVANCES, ARMY BEATS NAVY 
PLAYOFFS MATCH COfCERENCE RIVALS 

APPALACHIAN STATE, MARSHWJ. MEET AGAIN IN I-AA SEMIFINALS 
MARSHAU TOPS ASU, REAOCS I-AA FIIW. 
(WRSKWL TOPS APPS 

APPALACHIAN STATE LWIV. SPORTS, WRESTLING 
FANFARE/COACH REINSTATB 

APPALACHIAN TKAIL 

SEE ALSO HIKING 

SEE ALSO ROAN MOMAIN 
FORESTER'S DREAM FOOTPATH TURNS 50 
APPALACHIAN TRAIL BLAZERS MARK GOLI£N ANNIVERSARY 
PLAQUE HONCKS APPALACHIAN TRAIL WORK CREWS 

APPL£ CHILL CLOraOS 
SEE ALSO CLOaSERS 
APPLE CHILL A HOT TIME FOR FUN 
THANKS TO T>ESE PEOPLE FOR HELPING THE ENO 
ENERGETIC CLOOiERS 
IRISH GROUP CO^ES DANCIIffi THROUOI DURHAM ON AUG. 11 

APPLE CHILL FAIR 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, FESTIVALS 
SEE ALSO FESTIF(UL (CHAPa HILL, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

APPLE CHILL REGISTRATION (PENS MONDAY 

PLANETARIUM TO HOU EGG-BWJWCING CONTEST 

EKj-BALANCING contest SCHEDULED 

DONATIONS SOUGHT FOR BENEFIT SALE 

APPLE CHILL STREET FAIR SCHEDULED SUNDAY 

APPLE CHILL FAIR IS SUNDAY 

APPLE CHILL A HOT TIME FOR FIW 

CHiaiNG EFFECT 



S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 2/07/1987 B 
2 2/08/1987 B 
2 2/10/1987 D 
2 2/22/1987 B 
2 7/28/1987 B 
2 9/25/1987 B 
2 11/28/1987 B 
2 11/28/1987 B 
2 11/29/1987 C 
2 11/30/1987 D 
2 11/30/1987 D 
2 12/08/1987 D 
2 12/24/1987 D 
2 12/28/1987 B 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N F25 

N M14 

P W62 

U F25 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 10/02/1987 B 3 N 



H 


2 9/06/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/20/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 9/23/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/27/1987 B 


3 


N B67 


S 


2 9/28/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 10/27/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 D 


4 P N 


H 


2 11/08/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 11/09/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/05/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 C 


7 P N 


S 


2 12/11/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/12/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/13/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 12/14/1987 D 


11 P N 



H 2 8/22/1987 D 4 N 



H 2 8/09/1987 A 2 P J 
S 2 8/14/1987 A 14 N 
H 2 8/15/1987 A 8 N 



H 2 4/27/1987 C 1 P N U27 

S 2 6/30/1987 D 3 P F 

H 2 7/06/1987 B 1 P P R76 

H 2 7/28/1987 A 13 U W66 



H 


2 


3/26/1987 D 


4 


S 


2 


3/28/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/30/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


4/23/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


5 N 080 


H 


2 


4/27/1987 C 


1 P N W27 


H 


2 


4/27/1987 A 


1 P P RO 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12)^1/1987 



SUBJECTS 



RIDING HIOH 

APPLE CIMP 

N.C. MAN S\J£fiR5 BY HIS APPLE CIDER 

AN APPLE FOR HY TEAOCR (BOOK) 

WRITERS REfCMBER IBMINATING FORCE BEHIND T>€IR TAL£NT 

CfflE PIE 

AFfLE PIE CONTEST SLATO FOR XT. 19 

PIE CONTEST WIf#€R SAYS SECRET IS SIlffLICITY 

tfPlES 

SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE (USO NAJtS OF SPECIFIC FRUITS) 
'ROTTEN APPLES' DIDN'T SUAY .'^EDERAL JJDGE 
ORIENTAL WJSW?OCHS MAY REVIVE APPLE HJOCRS 
BLM=-ER APPLE CROP EXPECTED 
N.C. APPLE TF:EES HANGING WITH FRUIT 
APPLE CRO' BRIf«S SMILES TO OWMRS 
N.C. APPLE CR-OP (BOD BUT CORN SUM 
VARIETY, THY NAfC IS APPLE 

W>PLES IN BRIGHTLEAF 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, DURHAM 
TWO GtMOl ROB APPLE'S RESTALSWNT 
FOU? CH«GED IN SERIES OF ARt€D ROBBERIES 
SU^ECTS IN ROBBERIES FACE MORE CH(«GES 

APPLIANCES 

SEE ELECTRICS (VfLIANCES 

(¥flIED CWTROL SYSTEMS INC. 

ACS i£Gm 1*0 EXISTING SQFTW«E DIDN'T DO T>€ JOB 

APPRAISALS 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY REWi.UATION 
SEE ALSO REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL 

CHAIR CATCfCS APPRAISER'S EYE 

tH^T'S IT UORTH? YOU CAN FIND OUT, 



BUT BE SURE TO APPRAISE.. 



APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO DIKE \MW. CAREER (*i:>RENnCESHIP F'ROGRAM 
SEE ALSO E)fflOYf£KT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 
SEE ALSO JOB TRAINIM3 
SEE ALSO N.C, INTERNS 

SEE ALSO PRISO^ERS, N.C, EDUCATIffl^ PRtKRAM 
SEE ALSO PRISWS, N.C 
SEE ALSO TECFWICAL INSTITUTES 
TOP APPRENTICES 

(^ICOTS _ 

SEE ALSO FRUIT (SEE W.SO NWtS OF SPECIFIC FRUITS) 
PERSISTENT OLD APRICOTS OH TAKE LOTS OF ICY ABUSE 

AFRlIL FOOL'S DAY 

NO FOO-ING, TODAY IS FOR CHILDREN 

T>£ OJLLIBLE HAD BEST BEWARE 

BUJXTIN: IT'S CURTAINS FOR f€N ON CAWHiS 

JOyJAN TO LEAVE NBA FOR PGA (I^IL FtXS.) 

AQUACaTURE 

SEE ALSO COM>£RCIAL FISHING INOJSTRY 

SEE AL'SO SEAFOOD INDUSTRY „ 

FCf^rSKS FISHING FOR SUBSTITUTE CROPS ADVISED TO GWW BASS 
CATFISH CROP; STUDENTS GET A LESSON Tf€Y CAN EAT 
STATE PUSHING FISH AS ALTERNATIVE CROP 

AQUARIIX 

SEE ALSO N.C. AQUARIUM 



PAGE » 
1/21/1 



S IT, 
N E ELY' 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 4/27/1987 C 1 P P 
S 2 8/06/1987 C 9 N 
H 2 8/30/1987 E 3 U H45 



^ 



H 2 9/17/1987 E 3 N 
H 2 10/29/1987 E 1 F H45 



H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 


1 2/20/1987 B 

2 3/23/1987 C 
2 9/08/1987 B 
2 9/24/1987 C 
2 9/28/1987 A 

1 10/14/1987 B 

2 11/05/1987 E 


1 

10 
7 
5 
12 
1 
1 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
P F 


H 
H 
H 


2 10/09/1987 B 
2 10/30/1987 C 
2 10/31/1987 B 


11 

2 

10 


N 
N 
N 



H4S 



M51 



H 2 2/08/1987 C 13 P N 



6/17/1987 B 1 P N C80 
8/14/1987 B 2 P F Zll 



S 2 10/30/1987 C 3 P P K30 



H 2 3/01/1987 E 12 U 



2 4/01/1987 B 1 U C09 

2 4/01/1987 B 1 T F S27 

3 4/02/1987 B 1 N L9C 
2 4/03/1987 B 2 T N 



2 4/11/1987 B 
2 10/15/1987 B 
2 11/26/1987 F 



4 P 
1 P 
9 



N 

N J4C 
N 



1 



-LX630- HONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



HE'S TUNED IN TO SOMETHING FISHY 

VISITORS n.a:K to state's aquariums 

AQUEDUCT (CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE CENTER) 

COUNTir SCHOOL SOm) PLANS RETREAT IN CHAFQ. HILL 
BOARD SHOLLD WORK CHEAPER, MORE OPENLY 

coble: schojls mjST prepare for 'drashc change' 

SCHOOL BOARD IONS BEST FUWY FACES FOR F'RESS 
COBLE WARNS SCHOOLS FACE BIG CHANGES 

*«AB EMIRATES 
SEE ARAB STATES 

ARAB STATES 

SEE ALSO aJKE UNIV. ISLAMIC AND ARABIC DEVELOPfENT STUDIES 

SEE ALSO Tf£ GOF COOPERATION COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO IRAQ 

SEE ALSO ISLAM (GENERAL tEADING) 

SEE ALSO LIBYA 

SEE ALSO MOROCCO 

SEE ALSO SAUDI ARABIA 

SEE ALSO SYRIA 

A LISSON IN RECOl^Y 

ARAB GETS ISRAELI POST 

ISRAEL SHOULD W) W3RE 

GOING MY WAY? (CART(BN) 

DU<E PRO^SSOR LAUDS OLF COtFERATION COUJCIL 

OOPERATION COUNCIL SEEN AS 'STEPPING STOJC' TO ARAB UNITY 

EXPOSE OPPRESSION IN ISRAEL 

DEY FINDS MIDDLE ROAD IN MIDEAST 

CONDEMNING ISRAEL UNFAIRLY 

ISRAEL'S CWDUCT DEPLORABLE 

ISRAa FAIR TO TOURISTS 

PALESTINIAN AND ISRAELI (^GRE£i CONFERENCE CH^KE FOR PEACE 

ARABIAN STALLION 
SEE ALSO HOR'SES 
FIVE HORSES GIVEN REFUGE AT FRANKLIN STABLE 
LOVE (y HORSES FtKMED FOUffDATION FOR CAREER 

ARABS 

ARAB STEREOTYPING HARMFUL, ELDRIDGE SAYS 

DIKE prof: AMERICANS UNFAIRLY STERE0TYPII«3 ARABS 

ARBITRATICW 

SEE (itfERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION 

SEE BA^BAa, SALARY ARBITRATIONS 

SEE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

SEE DUKE UNIV. LAW SCHOOL, PRIVATE AD.AJDICATION CENTER 

SEE fOIATION 

ARBOR DAY 

ARBOR l«EK ACTIVniES TAKING ROOT 

ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN SCHOOLS OF ORIENTAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO ANTV«0POL0GY 

SEE ALSO ANTICiUES 

SEE ALSO BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., ARCHAEOLOGY 

SEE ALSO FORT FISHER MARI^E PRESERVATION LABORATORY 

SEE ALSO FOSSILS 

SEE ALSO INDIWJS, N.C., RELICS 

BEhCFIT MAKES SUCCESSFUL 'TOAST TO SPRING' 

'CANDIED' CANOES TOPIC OF FREE TALK WEDNESDAY 

DIG U^£ARTHS mW, STRANGE CREATURES 

ARCHEOLOSY; digging into T>€ past ALONG WE HAW RIVER 

LIFELONG AMBITION TO PRESERVE INDIAN HISTORY 

19TH CENTURY FARMSTEADS YIELDING ARTIFACTS 

19TH CENTURY N.C. FARMSTEADS ARE U^£ART}^ED 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2 3/12/1987 D 
2 8/06/1987 D 



1/31/1987 C 
2/04/1987 A 
2/08/1987 C 
2/08/1987 C 
2/09/1987 A 



1 P F B71 

2 N 



1 P N J40 
4 E 
1 P N J40 
3 N 
1 N S92 



H 


2 


1/12/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


3/31/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/27/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


2 


6/24/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 


6/28/1987 A 


17 N D80 


H 


2 


6/29/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


7/25/1987 A 


1 P N U82 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


3 


11/25/1987 C 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


7/16/1987 A 


6 P F G59 



S 2 1/21/1987 A 1 N 
H 2 1/22/1987 D 7 N D80 



S 2 2/14/1987 B 1 N H70 



4/07/1987 A 
4/16/1987 D 
6/11/1987 B 
7/07/1987 A 
7/07/1987 A 
7/07/1987 B 
7/08/1987 C 



U H45 
N 

U S92 
N C60 
N C60 
N 
N 



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1/01/1987 - 12^31/1987 



S U B J E 



INDIlWS' TRASH I^Y GIi^ CLl£S TO I^fU£NCE OF EUROPEANS 

PARTS OF STEAMBOAT RAISED, TO BE DISPLAYED IN ^^JSEUM 

TREES llCARTtCD OFF ERUIN ROAD ARE HARD AS— WW-TOCKS 

DIGGING INTO T^£ PAST 

A CLARIFICATION 

ECU STUrG'TTS ATTEND CLASS IN SHIPWRECK 

ECU STUDENTS STUDYING SUNKEN SHIP _ ^,„ 

'MONA LISA OF ROHAN PALESTIhC' IS DISCOVERED IN GALILEE DIG 

ARCHAEOLOGISTS ABUZZ OVER OiKE FW3FESS»<S' FIND 

15€ART>£D N.C. GRAVE OF VIP INDIAN A WINDOJ OF ABOUT 500 YEARS AGO 

ARCHEOLOGIST TO TALK ^_ 

SEMI-NOMADIC HUNTERS HAY mJZ LIVED IN MQNR-QE 

TWO QUESTICWS SNAG WATAUGA AIRPORT PLANS 

SCIENTISTS WANT TO KNOW 'IMD DWfi IP' CA<«€ DR0PPIM3S PRCVIK CLUES... 

SLIP SLIDING AUAY 

«?CHDALE DRIi^ 

SOmCRN PWa^UAY LIM< ADDED TO STATE ROAD PLAN 

/u>cfERY 

PACE RETmNS WITH INTENTIONS OF ZEROING IN ON GOLD mtfi. 
FESTIVAL ON FILHI ZEROING IN 

BARR-S rtOVES OLfT TO 3-POINT LEAD ..„o_„ .t r,-,^^.,*, 

OLDEST, Y01M3EST AftOCRS HAVE SIGHTS (M DIFFERENT TARKTS AT...FESnVAL 

PACE LEADS IN 4TH ROJND OF ARCHERY 

FESTIVAL AN ALL-{F-N0THING AFFAIR FCK S0« ATVtETES 

READY, AIM, FIRE 

B(«RS PULLS CFF i^DCRY LPSET 

PACE LEADS NORT>H fO TO TEAM ^0€RY TITLE 

ARCHITECTS, DURHAM 

ARCHITECTS SAY RTP BUILDINGS IN RUT 

dJWti (€N REGISTERED BY N.C. ARCHITECTURE UNIT 

ARCHITECTim. AND HISTORICAL IfWENTORY OF THE CITY OF OSm^ (BOOK) 
SEE ARCHITECTURE, DLRHAM 

ARCHITECTIJ^AL BARRIERS 
SEE ALSO HANHICAPFED 
STUDENTS F(KM S^CUP TO LOBBY FOR ACCESS 
SECOND-CLASS CITIZENS? 
ARENA'S CHANGES FKi HANDICAPPED LAUDO 
SMITH CENTER CHWJ(£3 Iff^ROVE ARENA S^TLY 
DURtttM HIGH SCHOOL TAKES 1ST STEP TOWARD AIR CfflffllTKB^ING 
FOR STRONG FOLKS OM.Y 

AN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF BIW.INGTON, N.C. (BOCK) 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, HISTORIC DISTRICT 
SEE ALSO BlS<LINGTON, N.C, HISTORY 
BLfllNGTON HISTORY BO(K KES ON SALE 

ARCHITECTU^ 

EARNING BAIGES ^„„„ 

OJKE OFFERS FREE LECTURE SERIES ON ARCHITECTURE 

'^^SEE^AL^DuffcOWTY IN*.€NTORY OF NATURAL AND CXTmAL RESOURCES 
SEE ALSO HISTORIC F<^SERVATION SOCIETY OF DIF>WI 
SEE ALSO NATIOKiiL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES 

ARCHITECTS SAY RTP HJILHINGS IN RUT _^^^ ^ „„wv, 

MANSION ROW! PANa HOPES TO RES^RECT («CHITECTmAL SPLENDOR 

CIVIC CENTER, ^€RALD BUILDING DESIGNS SCORED 

SO W^l'S HER CCrtllTfCNT? 

PRESERVE HISTORY IN COURTHOUSE PROXCT 

ROOFLESS GAZEBO IS LWI(3UE 

ARCHITECTURE, INTERNATIONAL 

LECTURES SLATED ON ARCHITECTWE 



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T S 


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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


p 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


s 


2 7/14/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


2 7/24/1987 C 


13 N 


H 


2 7/28/1987 B 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 7/29/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 7/29/1987 B 


6 N 


S 


2 7/31/1987 C 


7 N 


H 


2 8/01/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


3 8/19/1987 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 8/24/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 8/30/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


2 9/28/1987 A 


12 H 


S 


2 9/29/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 10/30/1987 B 


12 N 


H 


2 11/10/1987 B 


1 D F B30 


H 


2 11/10/1987 B 


1 F B30 



H 2 11/17/1987 B 1 M N 046 



H 


2 


7/12/1987 G 


13 P F C68 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 C 


5 P P C45 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 C 


8 N 


H 


2 


7/20/1987 A 


1 P N S80 


S 


2 


7/20/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 C 


1 N N36 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 D 


1 P P F70 


S 


2 


7/22/1987 D 


9 N F25 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 D 


4 P N 


S 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 


10/07/1987 B 


4 N 



1/30/1987 B 
3/11/1987 A 
5/05/1987 C 
5/'09/1987 A 
6/18/1987 A 
8/01/1987 A 



N L90 
L 

N L90 
E 

N S92 
E 



H 1 12/16/1987 C 1 N 



2 2/04/1987 D 5 P P 
2 10/17/1987 A 8 N 



1/03/1987 
1/25/1987 
7/16/1987 
7/17/1987 
8/20/1987 
8/27/1987 



S27' 



H 2 10/20/1987 C 6 N D8C| 



ARCHITECTURE, N.C. 



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LOUWE ENTRANCE ARCHITECT SEEKS CHARLOTTE JOB 
DESIGN FOR LIVING 

ARCTIC CIRCLE 

ARCTIC TREKKER AN EXPERT ON TAR HEaiA 

AGE NO BARRIER TO ADVENTURE 

AT 82, MONROE LAWYER ENJOYS HUNTING AMVE ARCTIC CIRCLE 

ARCTIC NATIONAL UILM.IFE REFUGE 
SEE ALSO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY 
OIL EXPLORATION THREATENS ALASKA 
CO«FfiOHISE POSED ON OIL DEVELOPfeiT IN ALASKAN REFUffi 

AREA fCALTH EDUCATION CENTERS 
SEE ALSO ICDICAL AIR OPERATION 
4 WORKSHOPS SET FOR PARENTS OF CHRONICALLY ILL CHILDREN 
PLAJC APPEAL SLOW TO GET OFF GHOm 

ARGENTINA 

SEE ALSO SOUTH AMERICA 
4 AMERICANS, SUSF€CTO ARMS SMUGGLERS, EXTRADITED FROM BRAZIL 
TWO RETIRED U.S. SOLDIERS POST BAIL, FLEE ARONTINA 
PEACE IN ARGENTIC (CARTOON) 



ARIA^£ ROCKET 

SEE ALSO ROCKETS 
FRENCH 'DONUT' 



COlO BE FIRST OF SPACE ADS 



ARIZONA 

Tl€ CANYON IN WINTER 

FLAGSTAFF IS LONG USED TO VISITORS 

ARIZONA IS MAKING $201 MILLION OFFER TO LURE SEMATECH 

ARKANSAS 

SEE ALSO LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 
BAKKERS INVITED TO RESORT IN OZARKS 
ENO RIVER GROUP'S RAFFLE HELPS ARKANSAS WATERWAY 

ARLINGTON NATIOWl CEMETERY 

SEN. EAST BW?IED AT ARLINGTON 
SEN. JOm EAST BURIED IN t^ALINGTON 

AW€D ROBBERY, CARRBORO 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, CARRBORO 
CARRBORO GAS STATION-STORE ROBBED 
CARRBORO MAN ARRESTED IN HOLOJP OF HAPPY STORE 
MAN ASKS FOR TIffi, fVLLS GIW 

ARfED ROBBERY, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY CHAPEL HILL 
ORANGE COUNTY GRAND JURY INDICTS DURHAM WW IN ASSAIA.T, ROBBERY 
STORE ROBBED; WEAPON LIQUID 
RESIDENT SHOT DURING ROBBERY IN APARTMENT 
ORANGE CRI^ESTOPPERS SEEKS LEADS IN ROBBERY 
MASKED GIMIAN ROBS PIZZA HUT 
CHARGES DROPPED IN ROBBERY CASE 
WATKINS' ROBBERY CHARGES DROPPED 
GIMWN ROBS VIDEO STORE IN CHAPa HILL 
VICKERS SENTENCED FOR ROBBERY ATTDPT 
FREE RIDE HOME COSTS WALLCT, WOlMi IN tWND 
AR^ED ROBBERY OF RESTAURANT IS FIFTH IN AREA 
BREAD SHOP EMPLOYEE ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT 
ELUSIVE SUSPECT CAUGHT, TfCN IC BOLTS 
SUSPECT CHARGED IN TH<EE ADDITIONS. PAPER-BAG HOLDUPS 
Gl>mAN ROBS REVCO OF DRUGS 
CORPSE MAY HAVE LINK TO ROBBERY 
BODY IDENTIFIED, BUT CAUSE OF DEATH REMAINS \MmM 
CAUSE OF DEATH LISTED AS DILAUDID OVERDOSE 
WOMAN FACES COUNTS OF ROBBERY, ASSAU.TS 
MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAU.T ACCUSED OF ROBBING STORE 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 



2 8/20/1987 C 22 N 
2 9/06/1987 E 1 P F Zll 



H 2 9/20/1987 D 1 P N U80 
S 2 9/25/1987 A 6 P F S27 
H 2 9/28/1987 B 4 N 



2 8/19/1987 A 4 
2 10/17/1987 A 15 



2 3/01/1987 D 
2 3/13/1987 A 



9 
18 



N U80 
N K65 



2 1/11/1987 A 6 N 
2 2/19/1987 A 14 N 
2 4/23/1987 A 4 T T R56 



S 2 2/19/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 


2/15/1987 D 


1 P F B30 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 D 


1 M F B30 


H 


2 12/02/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 B 


2 P F B38 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


9/07/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 A 


18 


N 080 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 B 


2 


N 08O 


H 


2 


1/07/1987 B 


6 


N W27 


H 


3 


1/08/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


3 


1/20/1987 C 


1 


N 080 


S 


2 


1/27/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


2/03/1987 C 


3 


N 080 


H 


3 


2/13/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 C 


14 


N 080 


S 


2 


2/18/1987 C 


8 


N 080 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 B 


2 


N 080 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 B 


5 


N 080 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 B 


5 


N 080 


H 


3 


7/17/1987 B 


1 


N BIO 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 


14 


N 


H 


3 


9/22/1987 C 


3 


N 080 


H 


2 10/14/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


3 10/15/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


2 


10/30/1987 C 


6 


N 080 


H 


3 11/10/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


H 


2 


11/13/1987 B 


3 


N Q90 



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DW^HAM MAN IS INDICTED IN DEATH OF UNC STUDENT 

ARMED RDBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BAM< ROBBERY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DWHAM 

DUI (WRESTS CAP 'QUIET' ^€W YEAR'S 

MAN UITH KNIFE ROBS UOHAN AT MALL BANK-TELLER MACHIhE 

MAN UITH K-NIFE HOIS UP STORE 

mi SAYS tiCfUi THIEF SHOT HIM IN LEG 

TWO («MED TEEN-AGER'S ROB ZIP MART 

4 TEENS ROB RESTAURANT EfM.OYEE 

GUNMAN ROBS DUJWAM BUSIfCSS 

STORE CLERK SHOT DURING ROBBERY 

MEN UITH \m ROB COUPLE 

PO-ICE CHARGE MAN IN STORE ROBBERY 

ROBBERY, SHOOTING CHAR(SS LODGED 

DUWAM CRIftSTOPPERS 

VmV^ WOMAN ROBBED 

ARtO ROBBERIES PROBED 

2 ROBBED BY MASKED (€N 

bENDY'S ROBBED OF MORE THAN $2,700 
MASKED mi KICK IN WGR, STEAL $100 

3 HIT, ROB M^ OF tiS ^_^ „^„ 
FOUR ^EN ROB PAIR OF »500 CASH-^W TVOR CAR 
TEEfH«ER ARRESTED IN CAR, CASH WEH _^ 
MAN ARMED WITH PISTOL ROBS HOTa NIRfT CLERK 
3 CHARGED UITH ROBBERY TRY 

MAN IS ROBBED UHILE PARKED _ ^.^,_^ 

Tt«EE fffN RflB PEDESTRIAN GH LIBERTY STREET 

DURHAM CRII€STOffERS _^ 

MAN USES SNOWBALLS TO TVSJART ROBBERY 

TUO BROTHERS CHARGED UITH ARt€D ROBBERIES 

MAN CONVICTHi OF HOLDIP TRY AT RESTAURANT 

MEN ROB SERVICE STATION 

3 CHARGED UITH ARMED ROBBERIES 

MOTEL, FCHDD MART HELD UP „ ^ „ 

MEN ROB DURHAM CAB K<IVER AT GUNPOINT, ESCAPE UITH *57 

MAN CWiRGED IN ROTBERY AT REST AREA 

2 TEENS CHARGED IN ROBBERY CF FLORIST 

dUPm^ CRIffiSTOffERS 

PASSERBY SLAIN AT ROBBERY 

MILDER VICTIM IDENTIFIED 

SLAIN MAN EMPLOYEE OF CHINA im ^^ ^„„,„^ 

FaiCE SAY MURDERED MAN MAY HAVE KNOW ROBBERS 

TEEN-AGER CHARGED IN FEB. 10 ARMED ROBBERY 

2 TIE UP MAN, STEAL CASH, PISTOLS 

TUO CHARKU UITH RIDBBERY, THEFT 

TUO /€N CHARGED UITH ROBBERY, T^£^ 

m^t*i ROBS k«fflY'S 

UENDY'S ROBBED 

10 STEAL UALLET, LICENSE, GET »1 

DU^WAM MAN ROBBED OF »105 AT KNIFEPOINT 

MAN UITH Gl*l ROBS PIZZA RESTAURANT 

AWCD ROBBER TAKES «500 FROM PIZZA HUT 

WJ<HAM CRII€STOPF€RS .„^,,„ 

LAKEUOOD PARTY STORE ROBBED AT KNIFEFtllNT 

MASKED MAN ROBS UENDY'S RESTAl*!ANT 

PIZZA im IS ROBBED 

PO-ICE FOIL ROBBERY IN K.IRHAM , 

MAN UITH SHOTGUN ROBS HERITAGE SQUARE DELI 

PEPPI'S PIZZA STUCK UP _^ ^^^ 

EJffLOYEE LINKS GWmAN TO EARLIER AWCD ROBBERY 

FGRtER lENDY'S DflOYEE ffHH) ROBBERY - KPUH 

LAKEUCCD BANK TOBBED 

«OMAN 'HJYS' fECKLACE AT GU^?OINT 

7-ELEVEN ROBBED 

GUNMAN ROBS Dai, ABDUCTS MANAC€R 

UARRANT ISSUED IN STABBING ^„,^„ 

TUO OWfEN BREAK UP CARD GAME UITH ROBBERY 

ROBBER USES KNIFE 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 12/09/1987 A 15 N 080 



s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 





H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


8 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



1/02/1987 C 
1/03/1987 B 
1/12/1987 B 
1/12/1987 A 
1/13/1987 B 
1/16/1987 C 
1/21/1987 A 
1/22/1987 B 
1/22/1987 A 
1/24/1987 B 
1/25/1987 B 
1/26/1987 B 
1/29/1987 C 
1/31/1987 B 
2/01/1987 B 
2/02/1987 C 
2/04/1987 A 
2/11/1987 A 
2/16/1987 B 
2/16/1987 A 
2/16/1987 C 
2/20/1987 A 
2/21/1987 C 
2/22/1987 C 
2/23/1987 B 
2/24/1987 A 
2/25/1987 A 
2/25/1987 B 
2/25/1987 C 
2/25/1987 C 
3/02/1987 B 
3/02/1987 C 
3/12/1987 
3/12/1987 
3/16/1987 
3/16/1987 
3/16/1987 
3/17/1987 
3/18/1987 
3/22/1987 
3/31/1987 
4/02/1987 B 
4/02/1987 C 
4/13/1987 B 
4/13/1987 A 
4/14/1987 A 
4/18/1987 B 
4/23/1987 C 
4/24/1987 A 
5/04/1987 B 
5/06/1987 C 
5/08/1987 B 
5/11/1987 B 
5/11/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/20/1987 
5/20/1987 
5/21/1987 _ 
5/22/1987 B 
5/22/1987 C 
5/25/1987 
5/28/1987 
5/30/1987 
5/31/1987 
6/01/1987 



1 
1 
8 
10 
10 
1 

15 
2 

12 
1 
7 
1 
7 
3 
7 
3 
10 
16 
9 
6 

1 
13 

1 

4 

1 

7 

8 

7 

1 

6 

1 

1 

9 

9 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

3 

7 

3 

4 

1 

3 

9 

1 

1 
16 

1 P Q 
14 N 



N H70 
N 
N 
N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

G 

N 

N (61 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

G 

N 

N Tas 

N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



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12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



JUVENILE ESCAPEE INDICTED FOR WRDER DURING ROBBERY 

POLICE ARE STILL SEEKING PAIR IN ROBBERY AT BAM< 

GRAND JU?Y INDICTS 3 FOR MIM£R 

GIMMN ROBS BAM< BRANCH 

WRUfa BANK ROBBER STILL AT LARGE 

RED DYE LEADS POLICE TO BANK (€IST SUSPECT 

MAN HELD IN Btm fCIST IS SENT TO (»EENSBOR0 

POLICE RELEASE SKETCH OF MAN UHO ROBBED DELI 

BELL ALSO CHARGED UITH NCNB ROBBERY 

ROXBORO MAN ABDUCTED, ROBBED 

GIMIAN ROBS 6l£SS ROAD STORE 

MAN TWSATENS, ROBS WOMAN AT MOTEL 

4 mt SENTENCED FOR 2 ROBBERIES 

GUWAN ROBS ST(KE, ESCAPES 

FORMER OFFICER GETS 20 YEARS FOR ROBBERIES 

tmvn PO-icE SEEK mmt^ 

EX-DURHAM PSO GETS 20-YEAfi TERM 

KTICER SHOT AT STRAU VALLEY; VEST DEFLECTS SECOND BULLCT 

IfFORMATION BEING SaJGHT IN DURfW( MAN'S MURDER 

MAN SLASHED ON ARM IWILE STOPPED AT LIGHT 

VICTIM IDENTIFIES ACCUSED IN ARMED ROBBERY TRIAL 

JURY f€ARS SOLOMON'S ALIBI 

ROBBERY suspect: 'YOJ'RE NOT GOING TO COfWia ME' 

SXOMON GETS 17-YEAR TERM FDR AR(CD ROBBERY, SHOOTING 

UOMAN AHACKED, SLASHED IN THE FACE 

'HIDDEN GUN' USED IN 4 ROBBERIES 

UIT>ESS ISCWITS VITAL TESTIMONY IN MULDER TUltL 

SUSPECT CHARGED IN TJTCE ADDITIONAL PAPER-BAG HOLOJPS 

^EU TRIAL KNIEDj RECANTATION 'NOT TRUE,' JUDGE SAYS 

FORfKR DOMINO'S PIZZA MANAGER DESCRIBES il,400 ARfO ROBBERY 

2 CH«GED IN ROBBERY OF OFF-DUTY CAB IKIVER 

UIT^£SS PLACES ACCUSED AT SCDE OF («MED ROBBERY 

ARICD ROBBERY TRIAL GOES TO JURORS 

JUm FINDS DEFENDANT GUILTY OF PIZZA RESTAURANT HOLDUP 

MAN (£TS 14 YEARS FOR ROBBING RESTAURANT 

MINIMUM SENTENCE IMPOSED IN rtJLWJP OF PIZZA RESTAURANT 

LAWYER SAYS INNOCENT MAN SENT TO PRISON 

SO-OMON'S FAMILY OFFERS REUARD IN ROBBERY CASE 

DIKHAM MAN RECEIVES 20-YB« JAIL SENTENCE FOR BAMK ROBBERIES 

REAL ESTATE AGENT IDENTIFIES ROBBERY SUSPECT IN COJRT 

ROBBER ENTERS HOME, TAKES MOt€Y 

KEY WIThESS REFUSES TO TESTIFY IN ARfED ROBBERY TRIAL 

BISWETTE DRAWS 10 YEARS 

GUILTY PLEA HALTS SECOND ROBBERY TRIAL 

ARtCD ROBBERY ARREST 

ARMED ROBBER TIES UP HAPPY im NIGHT CL£ra< 

POLICE SEEK ARMED MAN Wffl ROBBED STORE 

MAN S0U3HT FOR QUESHONING IN ARMED ROBBERIES 

2 MASKED mi ROB SU. 

MASKED l€N ROB SiL (CAR NORTWGATE MAa 

LAW A(»CIES OCCK LEADS IN ROBBERY 

ROBBERIES IN PROGRESS 

«2,000 REWARD CFFERED FOR SiL ROBBERS 

1 tCLD, 1 SOUGHT IN 2 ROBBERIES 

DOMINO'S PIZZA MANAGER, 26, FATALLY SHOT [t«ING ROBBERY 

PIZZA I«STAURA^^" MANAGER STABBED TO DEATH IN TARBtKO 

REW^DS TOTAL $10,000 IN DOMINO'S SLAYING 

ROBBERY PLEAS BRING 30-<«NTH TERM 

GIWEN ROB DURHAM MAN 

ARREST MADE IN DOMINO'S SLAYING 

MAN fCLD IN DOMINO'S KILLING TO BE IN COURT 

MAN ROBS HARDEE'S 

SIMILARITIES LED TO POPE ARREST FOR MURDER 

HEARING SET IN DOMINO'S mfi^DER CASE 

ROBBER MAKES COPIES, TAKES $3,000 

Pa.ICE PROBE ARMED HOLDUP (f TWO STORES 

2 STORES ROBBED WITHIN 2 HOURS IN EAST DURHAM 
RIIXBORO MAN REPORTS ROBBER-Y 

COIFLE ROBBED 

MAN IN COURT ARRESTED SECOND TIME 



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6/02/1987 C 


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S 


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6/02/1987 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


6/02/1987 C 


1 


N T85 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


6/03/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 B 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


6/05/1987 C 


1 P N 


s 


2 


6/05/1987 C 


1 P N T85 


H 


2 


6/06/1987 C 


1 


N 


s 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


2 


N 


S 


2 


6/13/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


6/19/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


6/23/1987 C 


5 


N S82 


S 


2 


6/23/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


7/01/1987 A 


1 P N H70 


S 


2 


7/01/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1987 B 


1 


N \ei 


S 


2 


7/13/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


S 


2 


7/14/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 B 


6 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/16/1987 B 


4 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 A 


14 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/18/1987 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 


7/18/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 C 


1 


N X72 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 A 


11 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/29/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1987 B 


10 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 C 


8 


N S82 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 C 


11 


N S82 


S 


2 


7/31/1987 C 


1 


N H30 


H 


2 


8/01/1987 A 


11 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 B 


1 


P N S82 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/06/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/12/1987 B 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/12/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 A 


15 


N S82 


S 


2 


8/13/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/14/1987 B 


3 


N S82 


H 


2 


8/16/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/17/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/22/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


8/24/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 A 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 


8/25/1987 A 


1 D N B53 


S 


2 


8/26/1987 A 


1 


P P 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


8/28/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


n 

A. 


8/31/1987 B 


1 P N fffil 


H 


2 


9/02/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


9/05/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


2 


9/05/1987 C 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 


9/18/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


9/19/1987 A 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 


9/19/1987 A 


1 P N B53 


H 


2 


9/21/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


9/21/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/22/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 


9/22/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 


9/23/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/24/1987 B 


8 


N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12A51/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SKETCH ISaO OF SUSPECT IN ROBBERY 

TWO hEN ROB HOME SAVINGS 

POLICE FIND (^AUAY CAR 

POLICE FIND CAR ROBBERS MAY IWVE USED 

HEARING POSTPONED IN DOMINO'S SLAYING 

ARMED ROBBER TAKES *221.5<4 FROM HARDEE'S 

\m CHARGED IN S i L R'OBEERY 

TWO GIW«EN ROB APPLE'S RESTAURANT 

2 DWHAM CONVENIENCE STORES ROBBED 

ARREST QUICKLY FOLLOWS ROBBERY AT THE ZIP MART 

hWN CHARGED IN 2ND HOLWJP 

WORKER ROBBED _ _„„ 

POLICE INVESTIGATE RESTAURANT ROBBERY 

2 BLACK m> BEAT AND ROB DURHAM MAN 
DURHW1 MAN BEATEN 

^%i^^GUN TO BABY'S tCAD, ROBS MOTHER CF IODIN6 RING 

3 f€N WITH GUNS ROB STORE „ , „,„^„ 

U.S. COJRT INDICTS TW£E ftN IN BAM< ROBBERY, FRAUD CASES 
3 l€N CHARGED IN ROBBERY _^^„ 

FOJR CHARGED IN SERIES OF AR«3) ROBBERIES 
4TH ARREST MADE IN 5 DURHAM ROBBERIES 
SUSPECTS IN ROBBERIES FACE MC«E CHARGES 

GIMIAN ROBS DaiVERYMAN 

ACCUSED ROBKRS FACE ^EW CHARt^S 

MAN WITH GUN ROBS FOOD STffl^ _ „^„^, ,,^.^ 

5TH MAN CHARGED IN ROBBERY OF STORE ON ALSTON AVENUE 

STORE AT N.C. 55, RIDDLE RCAD ROBBED ^^^ 

FORMER BURWW OFFICER GETS MARIJUAIW SENTENCE 

UOWiN SAYS FOOD STAMPS, DCCK STOLEN 

DETECTIVES SUSPECT CARPENTER ROBBED 

MOTELS ROBBEDi mi CUT 

ROBBERS STRIKE AT TWO MOTELS 

MCDOWELL SENTENCED IN ROBKRY 

2ND mi ARRESTED IN BAh8< ROBBERY 

MAN^DNAPPO^N^LOrf^ROBBEDi MAN WITH GUN HITS DURHAM LAUNDRY 

MAa EMPLOYEE KIDNAPPED, ROBBED 

PIZZA DELIVERY ROBBERY 

POLICE PROBE THEHS FROM STEAK HOUSE 

STORE WORKER REPWTS ROBBERY 

DURHAM mva INX'R'ED IN ROBBERY 

WSE fEN ROB ROXBORO ROAD PAWN SHOP 

MAN WITH KNIFE TAKES STORE'S CASH REGISTER 

POLICE SEEKING MAN WITH KNIFE IN STORE HEIST 

FBI PUSf€S BAM< ROBBERY PROBE 

GWWAN ROBS ^€N l*« TRIEi TO i€LP HIM 

POLICE SEEK 3RD PERSON IN PAWN SHOP ROBBERY 

MASKED mmn FAILS IN ROBBERY ATTEhPT 

STCLEN CAR LEADS TO ROBBERY ARREST 

PaiCE SEEK fEN WHO R-OBBED BROTVER, SISTER 

ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BA^8< ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 

ROBBER'S RESOLUTION! TAKE CHEERFULLY, OFTEN 

LOUISBIBG POLICE PROBING ARMED ROBBERY AT STORE 

WOMAN AND DAUOfTER ASSAU.TED _ 

FIVE WILSON MEN FACING CHARGES IN ASSAULT CASE 

MAN SAYS ♦557 TAKEN AT KNIFEPOINT 

MAW CHARGED WITH ROBKRY AT HOTEL 

ROBBERY ARREST MADE 

IST-DEGftEE MURDER CONVICTION S0W3HT 

MURDER CHARGE IS FILED IN TAXI DRIVER'S SLAYING 

BURLINGTON STK?E ROBBED 

F^T BRAGG SOLDIER FACES MORE CHARTS 

FWT BRAGG SOLDIER CHARGED WITH FOURTH ASSAULT 

VANCE MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD 

BUTNER MAN CHARGED WITH ARMED ROBBERIES 

ALAM(WCE COUPLE ROBBED AT HOME 





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L Y 


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H 


2 9/26/1987 D 


4 D N 


H 


2 9/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 9/29/1987 C 


1 


N BS3 


H 


2 9/30/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 10/09/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 10/10/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/13/1987 B 


12 


N 


H 


2 10/15/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 10/16/1987 A 


2 


N 


5 


2 10/17/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/20/1987 A 


3 


N 


S 


2 10/22/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/27/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 A 


20 


N W2i 


H 


2 10/29/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


2 


N M5], 


S 


2 10/30/1987 A 


1 


N B5J| 


H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


10 


N 


S 


2 11/04/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 11/06/1987 C 


1 


N B5: 


S 


2 11/10/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/11/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1987 B 


1 


N 08( 


S 


2 11/13/1987 A 


7 


N 


S 


2 11/14/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 11/16/1987 C 


1 


N B5: 


H 


2 11/17/1987 B 


15 


N 


S 


2 11/19/1987 A 


1 


N BS 


H 


2 11/20/1987 C 


3 


N , 


H 


2 11/20/1987 B 


12 


*^ 1 


S 


2 11/26/1987 C 


1 


N 1 


H 


2 11/27/1987 B 


1 


N ' 


H 


2 11/30/1987 B 


6 


N 


S 


2 11/30/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 12/20/1987 B 


12 


N 


S 


2 12/21/1987 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 12/21/1987 C 


1 


N BS 


S 


2 12/21/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/24/1987 C 


1 


N 65 


S 


2 12/24/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


2 


N ' 


S 


2 12/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 1/02/1987 A 


12 


1 
N 


H 


1 1/06/1987 B 




N ' 


H 


2 1/07/1987 A 


11 


N 1 


H 


2 1/08/1987 A 




N 


H 


1 1/10/1987 B 




N ; 


H 


1 1/12/1987 B 




1^ 


H 


1 1/13/1987 B 


10 


N 


H 


2 1/14/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 1/15/1987 B 




N M 


H 


2 1/22/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 1/27/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 1/28/1987 B 




^ 1 


H 


1 2/04/1987 C 




N U 


H 


1 2/25/1987 C 




^ 


H 


1 2/27/1987 B 




N ' 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY SUBJE 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



ROBBERY CHARGE FILED AFTER MONEY, CAR TAKEN AT REST AREA 

WOMAN ROBS BWa.INGTON PIZZA HUT 

ARMED WH ROBS STORE IN OXFORD 

LAKESIDE GROCERY STORE OWER FRANK SANFORD WSS SLAIN 

ROBBERS PUa KNIFE ON TWO tttMCN GOLFERS 

GROCERY STK^ IN MIDDLEBURtj ROBBED 

REWARD POSTEIi IN OXFORD ROBBERY 

MAN HURT IN CRASH DIKING CHASE 

Gl**tfW TAKES 6 HOSTAGES IN ELIZABETH CITY, CAPTURED 

ARMY COOK IS INDICTED ON 21 FELONY CHARGES 

STORE ROBBED AT f£NDERSON 

BAW< CUSTOMER SHOT IN LEG OJRING HQLDU> IN CUMBERLAND 

MONEY AND PISTOL TAKEN IN ROBBERY 

POLICE SEEK Ca«CCTION IN SHOTTINGS 

AWED MAN ROBS HENDERSON STORE 

MAN CHARGED WITH HENDERSON HOLDUP 

CLERK AT Rfiilim STORE FATAUY SHOT IN HOLDUP 

WOMAN SHOT BY ROBBER PLAYS lEAD 

MI^ER SENTENCE \€f^Il^ BEGINS 

hCNDERSON MAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY 

MAN SENTENCED FOR ROBBERIES 

N.C. APPEALS COURT ORDERS (CARING ON CONVICTED RAPIST 

TWO (£ND£RSON l€N CHARGED IN ROBBERY 

POLICE SAY REVOLVER , DRUG S LI(« MAN'S BODY TO ARMED ROBBERY 

ARMY VET BECOMES FAYETTEVILLE fCIGHBORHOOD t£RO 

tm PLEADS KJILTY IN HOLDUP, SLAYING 

TWO SUSPECTS SOUMT IN FRWfl<LIN ROBBERY 

HENDERSON I«UGS TAKEN IN WILMJP 

tttN PULLS GUN, ROBS 0XFW5D STORE 

VANCE CONVENIENCE STORE ROBBED 

CONVENIENCE STORf NEAR BURLI^ffiTON f£LD UP 

CHATHAM FAMILY ROBBED, BOMi 

mi aWR«^ IN MEBA»£ SHOOTING 

MARTIN COMMUTES PRISON SENTENCE 

ARMED ROBBERY, fflWNGE COUNTY 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, ORANGE COIWTY 
mtum MAN GETS 3-YEAR SENTENCE FOR STORE ROBBERY 
ORANGE COUNTY GRCCERY STORE ROBBED 
ittN FOILED IN ROBBERY KILLS HIMSELF 
POLICE IDENTIFY ROBBER-SUICIDE 
AIDS RUMORS CWPLICATE SUICIffi PROBE 
TV REPORTS CREATED IM^CESSARY ALARM 
2 ^EN CHAR(£D IN ROBBERY 

EXAMIfCR SAYS MAN'S DEATH PROBABLY RELATED TO DRUGS 
MAN ACCUSED OF AIDING ROBBERY TRY 

AR^O ROBBERY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO Bfm ROBBERY, U.S. 

see also robbery, u.s. 
fanfare: jailed cowboy 
store holdup thwarted; teen swdt 
teen-ager shot in head at s.c. store dies 
youths await sentencing in hojsp that led to death of a companion 



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1 


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1 3/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 5/13/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/18/1987 A 


8 





H 


2 5/22/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


1 5/28/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 5/28/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 6/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 7/03/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 7/10/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


2 7/13/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 7/17/1987 C 


18 


N 


H 


1 7/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 7/28/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 8/06/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 9/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 9/11/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 9/11/1987 B 


11 


N 


S 


2 9/18/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


1 9/24/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 10/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


2 10/13/1987 A 


3 


N QSO 


S 


2 10/22/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 10/29/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


1 11/13/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 11/23/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


1 12/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 12/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 12/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/15/1987 C 


4 


N 080 


H 


1 12/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/25/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/26/1987 B 


2 


N (»0 


H 


2 4/11/1987 C 


4 


N 080 


H 


2 5/17/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 5/18/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 5/19/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


H 


2 5/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 7/06/1987 B 


7 


N 080 


H 


2 10/22/1987 B 


2 


N 080 


H 


2 11/12/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 7/14/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/03/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 12/28/1987 B 


8 


N 



ARMOR 

N.C. ARTISAN CREATES KNIGHTS IN SHINING ARMOR 

(WMS CONTROL 

SEE l«JCLEAR ICAPONS 



S 2 2/18/1987 C 8 P F 



ARMS SALE 

SEE W.SO IRAN/CONTRAS AFFAIR 

SEE ALSO ISRAEL, ARMS SALES 

SEE ALSO MILITARY AID (TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES) 

SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

SEE ALSO TOWER COmiSSION 

THIS ISN'T LIKE WATERGATE 

TJCRE'S NOTHING I'D RATHER DO THAN TELL IVE WHOLE STORY... (CARTOON) 

MAKI FINDINGS OPEN 



2 1/11/1987 D 
2 1/12/1987 A 
2 1/13/1987 A 



5 J 
4 T T 
4 E 



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M N T H L Y / A N N U A L INDEX BY SUBJECTS 
1/01/1937 - 12/31/1987 



PAGE iU 
1/1 



1/21/ 



CRAZY SHIHON'S UEAPCWS-O-RAMA SUPER SALEM ! (CARTOON) 

TERRORISM EXFERT! IRAN I£AL UWi'T INCREASE RISKS 

CARTOON CALLED OFFENSIVE ^ „_^ 

l€IR RAPS ARMS DEAL AT CHURCH IN CHARLOTTE 

2RMS Sai CONTRWERSY SHAFtS ELECTIW CAST 

VILLIFICATION OF PRESIDENT 

MUCTMENT, EMBARRASSMENT ^„ „^^ 

F& mttn BERET RECAaS BRIEFING NCKTH ON ARMS DR^ 

iKoKTRA AFFAIR IS CALLED MORt ^I^JS THAN WATERGATE 

OLIVER NORTH SPELLS DEATH IN IRAN/CONTKA AFFAIR (D«TOON) 

RONALD R-EA&W IN "BIFFKJN." (CARTMIN) 

tELMS CRITICIZES NETMMS' REPORTING OF IRAN ARMS DEAL 

HELMS' BLAME MISPLACED 

WATERGATE CONVERSION CHART (CARTOON) 

TOUER COMMISSION GAVE CANDID REPORT 

TOER COIWISSION UATERS REAGAN (CARTOON) ^,„^, 

EX-^LDIER5 SENATE CHECKING ON aJN-Rlfl«ING OPERATION 
WITEHOLEE CAKE J, m SHOFPE KLUOS TO IRAN (CARTOON) 
DON'T CAU TJ€M COWBOYS 

U.S. SPREADS DEATH ^„ .„,.„r 

IWITED EhFORCEfCNT HARffiR TO ACHIB« 



ARMY 

SEE U.S. ARMY 
SEE WEST POINT 



(U.S. ARMY ACADEMY) 



JStUdi L/)KES 



ARMY, RECRUmNG 

SEE MILITW^Y, RECRUITING 

^ SS^T^ff^ RECO^Y FROM I«OUGHT 
SEWAGE HOOKUP MAY BE DIFFIOXT FOR Cg^f■ANY 
JMIAN WATER USERS TO MONITOR QUALIH 
FEDERAL AGENCY SEEKS REVIEW OF ^TTY FLAN 
HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE SHOJLDN'T BE tWED 
OffiF'S PROJECTS PREVENT FLCMDING AT FI>.€ LAKES 
CHATHAM OKS S»E PLANS ON LAND U^^^^^^, 
HATTERAS EIiIT(»IAL BASED ON MISItfl^O^MATION 
CORPS SAYS DAM PREVENTED FLOODING o».rnr,„ 

CORPS' COOLING ON RANDLEMAN DAM STEAMS SEN. SANFORD 
COBLE SAYS N.C. MISLED ON DAM 

BIU IN CWJGRtSS INCLUKS $16.6 MILLIC»< FOR fdlS, 
JUDGE REFUSES TO VOID Lȣ PIPaiNE PERMIT 
JORDAN LAM AREA TO CL(BE FOR FACaiFT 
GASTON WATER POLITICS XT MORE mMFtlCATO 
Bias HAVE «17.4 MILLION FOR THREE N.C. PRO^CTS 
RECREATION IKVELOPMENT TO CONTIhflJE AT LAKES 
tllMILLION REQUESTED FROM STATE FOR RANDLEMAN DAM 

(«MY RESEARCH INSTITUTE (WASHINGTON, D.C.) 

^J^T^'Slo KoJ^^^f FOR ARMY RE-ENLISTMENT RESEARCH 
ARMY RESERVE OFFICER'S TRAINING CORPS 

OCT 11 c ARMY 

SEE U*.s! ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINI(« CORPS 

ARROWHEAD IW( 

WI(««RS ALL! 

TOUTING DURWIM'S APPEAL 

^^^Zo^S'SaKES FIRST LUMBER SHIPMENT 

'^'"^^ARSON SUSPECTED IN OLD ICLL APARTMENTS FIRE 
CORRECTION 

BURLINGTON MAN ACCUSED OF ARSON IN APARTiCNT FIRE 
SIX MONTHS, RESTITUTION ORDERED IN ARSON CASE 

ARSON, DURWM 



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1/19/1987 A 
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1/25/1987 
2/05/1987 _ 
2/12/1987 D 
2/20/1987 A 
2/21/1987 A 
2/24/1987 B 
2/25/1987 A 
2/27/1987 A 
2/28/1987 A 
2/28/1987 
3/03/1987 
3/23/1987 
4/05/1987 
4/29/1987 
7/24/1987 



1/12/1987 B 
1/13/1987 B 
1/14/1987 A 
1/25/1987 B 
2/14/1987 A 
3/08/1987 C 
4/07/1987 B 
4/18/1987 A 
4/25/1987 B 
4/30/1987 B 
5/21/1987 A 
6/26/1987 B 
7/08/1987 B 
9/07/1987 A 
9/11/1987 A 
11/19/1987 C 
11/20/1987 B 
12/09/1987 A 



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1/20/1987 B 



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2 5/10/1987 E 
2 5/27/1987 A 


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4 


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1 5/01/1987 B 


1 


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3 4/01/1987 B 
3 4/02/1987 B 
2 5/01/1987 C 
2 11/07/1987 C 


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SEE ALSO BOMBINGS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM FIRE I£PT., ARSON SQUAD 

SEE W.SO FIRE INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO FIRES, WPim 

MAN CHARf^ UITH ARSON 

FIRE BELIEVED SET 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

ARSON IS SUSPECTED IN CONM FIRE 

ARSON SUSPECTED IN TWO AUTO FIRES 

FWMER EhPLOYEE CHARGED UITH FIRE 

SENTENCING SET TODAY FOR EMBF7 71 FI€?ff, CONSPIRACY CHARGES 

WOMAN GETS 3 YEARS FCK CONSPIRING TO BU<N BUSIfCSS, EMBEZZLDSNT 

OWNER, ANOTHER MAN BOTH GET MAXII**! TERM IN BURNING OF fOJSE 

DURHAM CRIȣSTOPPERS 

DURttW CRI^ESTOPPERS 

POLICE INVESTIGATE SERIES OF FIISS FOLLOWING BREAK-IN AT HILLSIDE 

THREE FIRES SET IN HILLSIDE HIGH DURING BREAK-IN 

COUNTY'S REPORTED CRIME DROPS 28J!i ARSON OM.Y CATEGORY WIT>1 INCREASE 

FISHERICN'S BOAT OVERTURNS 

mi ACCUSED OF FOJR CONSF'IRACIES 

CONSPIRACY SUSPECT CHARGED WITH INTIMIDATION OF A WIT7CSS 

INTIMIDATION HIKES BOND TO $500,000 

DELIBERATaY SET FIRE CAUSES $10,000 DAMAGE 

FIRE BaiEVED INTeTIONALLY SET 

FIRE reSTROYS l^JOCOFIED MOBILE HOME 

ARSON SUSPECTO IN FIRE ON SOUTH BLACKNALL STREET 

MAN CHARGED UITH KNIFING IWMAN 

OCT. FATAL FIRE IS RIA£II ARSON 

INVESTIGATOR SAYS FATAL FIRE WAS INTEMTIQWiL 

WSWH CRIffiSTOPPERS 

POLICE SAY FATAL DURHAM FIRE ST(«TED UITH FLAWfABLE LIQUID 

FATAL HOJSE FIRE STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION 

ARSON, N.C. 

SEE ALSO nRE INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO FIRES, N.C. 

3 SLAIN, 2 WOIMO AT BOOCSTORE 

FORT BRAOS SOLDIER ACCUSED OF ARSJN 

FORT BRAK3 KOIER CWRGED UITH FOIRTH ASSAULT 

ARSON SUSPECTO IN SPRING HOPE FIRE 

TWO FtOPL£ DIE IN MOTEL FIRE AT CAROLINA BEACH 

COURT UPHOLDS REVOCATION OF PROBATIW IN FIRE CASE 

ARSON TIE INVESTIGATED IN PORN DEATW 

AUTHORITIES SAY STORE FIRE WAS ARSON 

WOMAN, TWO CHILDREN LOCKED IN BURNING APARTMENT 

MAN CHARGED IN ATTEMPTED BURNING OF f«JSE 

BLAZE DESTROYS VANCE LANDMARK 

MAN CHARGED UITH BURNING BUSIiCSS 

ARMY COOK IS INDICTED ON 21 FB.ONY CHARGES 

SJCRIFF! ARSON CAUSE OF GARAGE FIRE 

RALEIGH CLUB OW€RS PLEAD GUILTY TO ARSON 

RALEIGH SCHOOL FIRE IS BaiEVtD ARSON 

BAGS OF OLD aOTHING SET ON FIRE 

INDICTMENTS WILL BE SOUGHT IN UILSWt FIRE 

ARMY WJM ON mM>£R SUSPECT 

CHURCH FIRE HELD ARSON 

CONVICTIONS UPHELD IN PROSTITUTION CASE 

INVESTIGATOR SAY OXFORD HOUSE FIRE WAS ARSON 

HARVEST OF CINDERS NEEDS TO faE STOPPED 

SOCICLOGIST DOUBTS ARSON IN S0UT1€RN FIRES 

MAN CHARGED UITH SEHING 19 FIRES 

N.C. MAN IS CHARffiD WITH SETTING FIVE FIRES 

TWO W3MEN APPREHENDED IN 12-YEARH3LD ARSON CASE 

FIRE IN FRA)«LIN BEING INVESTIGATED 

YOUTH PLEADS GUILTY TO SETTING CAT AFIRE 

ARSONISTS RAISING N.C. INSURWCE RATES 

ARSON MAY RAISE INSUWNCE RATES IN FOU? NORTH CAROLINA COUNTIES 

ARSW SUSPECTED IN FIRE AT SCHOO. 

TEEN CH(«GED IN FOUR OAKS FIRE 

TEEN CHARGED WITH BURNING SCHOa BUILDING 



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2 


2/10/1987 C 




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2 


3/02/1987 B 




G 


H 


2 


3/08/1987 A 




N M51 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


4/30/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


5/05/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 C 




N S82 


H 


2 


5/12/1987 B 




N S82 


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2 


6/01/1987 C 




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2 


6/22/1987 B 




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2 


6/22/1987 A 




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2 


6/23/1987 C 


1 


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2 


7/14/1987 C 


10 


N M51 


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2 


8/03/1987 A 


11 


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2 


8/18/1987 B 




N 


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2 


8/20/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


9/22/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 10/16/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 C 


10 


N 


S 


2 11/27/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


12/23/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


12/24/1987 B 




N A54 


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2 12/28/1987 B 




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12/28/1987 C 




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N 


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2 


1/19/1987 B 


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N 


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2 


1/24/1987 A 


10 


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1/28/1987 B 




N 


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2 


2/25/1987 B 




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5/07/1987 A 


19 


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19 


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5/16/1987 C 


1 P N 


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N 


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2 


7/10/1987 A 


18 


N 


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2 


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N 


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2 


7/30/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


9/10/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


9/26/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


10/13/1987 C 




N 


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2 


10/14/198/ B 




N 


H 


1 


10/29/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


11/10/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 11/10/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 11/11/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 11/18/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 11/19/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 12/01/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


12/01/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


12/02/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


12/03/1987 C 


U 


N 


H 


2 12/04/1987 A 


16 


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2 


12/28/1987 B 




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2 


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ARSON, ORANGE COMY ^__^, ^ ^r^.T,- 
FIRE AT CHURCH MAY HAVE BEEN DELIBERATE 
CRAIG MANOR FIRE SE\, INVESTIGATOR SAYS 

ARSW, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FIRES, U.S. ,^ 

SOCIOLCBIST DOJBTS ARSCW IN SOUT)€RN FIRES 



3 8/W/1987 B 1 
3 10/15/1987 B 1 



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(«T 



ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO AIETIQNS 
VAN K3GH PAINTING SELLS FOR t40 MILLION (CARTOOO 
CHARITABLE EXTRAVAGANCE 
ACTRESS TO HEAD ART AUCTION 
'REACH FOR SIGHT' _ _ „ ,„^^ 
rn^-E AUCTIW FEATIMS VARIETY [^ ART WORKS 
FlMiRAISING a^-AS PLANNED ^ ^^ n.T,,.nAv 
CELEBRITIES LISTED FOR ART AUCTION AT DUKE SATUOJAY 
JEFF GOLDBLLW JOINS DUKE EYE CENTER ART AU:TI0N GALA 
tS art AUCTION GOES ON-DESPITE SO^E MISSING STARS 
OLD FACES H.END WITH NEU 

C>£RUB FLEES TO WWTVER AFTER STEALING MY t€ART 
1M9. 1987. (CARTOON) 
POSTHWaJS REWARD 

ART EXHIBITIONS, IXflWAM 

EXHIBIT TO (^EN AT RESTAURANT ,^ ^^, , ^^ 

WORKS BY HELEN SMITH TO BE EXHIBITED IN ARTS GALLERY 

ARTS ACTIVITIES (CAT AS DU<E'S UINTERFEST BEGINS 

GLAXO HOSTS ART SHOW 

ART SWW (FENS 

INSTITUTE, GUILD HAVE SUNDAY OPENINGS IN DUWtfl 

RESTAWJANT SHOIS 'FAMILY TREASURES' 

NCCU EXHIBITS SCULPTURE, NCSU 'fflJTSIDER' ^ 

'ARCHITECTl*?AL UEAVINGS' GO ON VIEW AT SOMERHILL 

MQR'OCCAN PAINTER PLANS DtJKE EXHIBIT 

ART SMm AT RESTAURANTS IS FOOD Fm THOUGHT 

MOROCCAN ARTIST'S SHOW OPOJS TONIGHT 

EXHIBITION HIGH-IOHTS MOR'OCCAN ARTIST 

TOY-INSPIRED m INCLUICD IN ^m _„ ., „^ 

FIBER PIOf€ER AT SOfCRHIU, MOROCCO MOD AT DUKE 

ESKIMO SCULPTIM: on view TUESDAY IN CHAPEL HILL 

DIKE OPENS TWO SJOUS, EUROPA ONE ON SUNDAY 

SLWNY ART fELTS UINTER BLUES 

nl^LIGHf Fi^TASTIcfHIGl?TlcH ART MAKES 'MAGIC UNLIKE ANY OTHER KIND- 
RETIRING ARTIST HAS UNC SHOJ ^ _^^ „,, , 
FIi^ SHOe OPEN SUNDAY IN DISWAM, CHAPEL HILL 
ART CRITIC 

COOL ART LACKS HlfllAN TOUCH ^,„„ 

GUILD SW3US l«1BER ART, PRESS CLUB CONTEST PHOTOS 
INTER-ARTS FESTIVAL SET ^ ^^„ 

SOUTH AFRICA PHOTOS UP SIMWY IN DUKE fWSEW 



H 2 11/11/1987 A 10 N 



SEE ALSO ABSTRACT ART 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN ART 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, ART 

SEE ALSO COLLAGE 

SEE ^SO EGYPTIAN f«T 

SEE ALSO ESKIMO ART 

SEE ALSO FRESCO 

SEE ALSO JAPAN, ART 

SEE ALSO PAINTINGS 

SEE ALSO PERFORMANCE ART 

SEE ALSO VISIONARY ART „ 

\A€H IS ART TRASH? " 

REYNOLDA WSJS LECTIN ON l€T ART LOANS H 

^'&^? Kip'Ssll'l^r^ AUTO DESIGNS RECEIVED RECOGNITION... S 



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10/30/1987 D 
11/11/1987 B 
11/22/1987 D 



4/02/1987 A 

4/17/1987 A 

9/18/1987 C 

9/22/1987 A 

10/03/1987 B 

10/08/1987 D 

10/18/1987 C 

10/20/1987 A 

10/25/1987 C 

10/27/1987 B 

11/08/1987 D 

11/14/1987 A 

11/19/1987 A 



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2 


H 


2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


H 


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1/04/1987 

1/08/1987 

1/08/1987 

1/08/1987 

1/09/1987 

1/13/1987 

1/16/1987 

1/23/1987 . 

1/25/1987 B 

1/30/1987 B 

1/30/1987 D 

2/03/1987 B 

2/05/1987 D 

2/06/1987 D 

2/06/1987 D 

2/13/1987 D 

2/19/1987 D 

2/19/1987 D 

2/20/1987 

2/'20/1987 

2/27/1987 

3/03/1987 

3/06/1987 

3/06/1987 

3/12/1987 

3/13/1987 



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8 

8 

7 

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8 

2 

7 

10 

11 

13 

1 

5 

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9 

11 

10 

11 

12 

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11 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



GALLERIES AT DUKE PUT UP WOODCUTS, PHOTOGRAPHS 

ARTISTS' SELF-SCRUTINY MAKES FlhC FIBER FESTIVAL 

FASHION SHOU (PENS DECORATIVE ARTS EXHIBITION 

PICASSO, UILKIE SHOWS CPEH IN DISWAM, RALEIGH 

WEST VIRGINIAN'S OILS GO UP AT SOMERHIU SUNDAY 

ARTIST TOM LIIfl< CONNECTS WITH HIS W)RK... 

WINSTON-SALEM («TIST HAS RALEIGH 'CHRESTOMATHY' 

LINK SHOWS mi DIRECTION, PICASSO CASTA A GUM 

GRADUATE OF DIM TO SHOJ PAINTINGS 

PORTRAITS OF A FAMILY 

SHE'S 'BLUE' 

THERE WILL BE 'A CITY' IN RALEIGH 

STUDENTS TO EXHIBIT ART 

CRARS NO MORE A 'MINOR' ART 

♦BLACK MOUNTAIN CON^ECTION' OPENS 

'HAVING BEEN CROSSED,'... 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

SOUTH AFRICAN ART ON DISPLAY AT DUKE 

GATEWOOD SHOJ OPENS AT SOMERHILL 

THE THIRD SUSAN EMILY GETS hCR DEGREE 

WEAVI)« SHOW OPENS IN OXFORD 

NANCY PIERSON'S 'WHEa'... 

m» PERSONAL TOUCH SHOWS IN GATEWOOD EXHIBIT 

GUILD SHOWS, G(K)D SHOU C0)€ DOWN 

DRAWINGS AND PRINTS GO UP AT CENTER/GALLERY THURSDAY 

TONY BENICrr TO SHOW PAINTINGS IN WJRHAM 

DURHAM ART GUILD'S ICMBERS SWMJ THEIR STUT 

COLLECTORS GET TOSETVER AND PUT ON A SHOU AT DUKE 

PRIVATE COLLECTORS' ART TO BE SHOWN IN EXHIBIT AT DUKE ART MUSEUM 

PASSION FOR paint: SINKR TONY BENNETT SHtWS DURHAM... 

PHOTOS AT SECCA RECALL LIFE AT BLACK MOUNTAIN 

TONY BENNETT AT BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE (AD) 

T(WY BD*IEn TO APPEAR AT ART GALLERY TOMORROU 

SINGER TONY BENNEH SIGNS TODAY AT GALLERY 

PAINTING LIKE MUSIC FOR ANTONIO BEfEDETTO 

SOMERHILL RECEPTION OPENS MAINE 'MENAKRIE' 

WXE SHOU 'PARTICIPATORY PHILANTHRl^Y' 

TONY BEN^r^r shows off artwork 

HE'S AN«?Y WITH TONY BE1«€TT 

CRAFT, PAINTING EXHIBITS OPEN AT CENTER/GALLERY 

N.C. ARTISTS, 'REFUGEES' OPEN SATURDAY IN RALEIGH 

NINTH STREET, CEDAR CREEK HAVE WEEKEND OPENINGS 

ARTISTS PICK ARTISTS FOR GREEN HILL'S NEW EXHIBIT 

'COLLECTOR'S CHOICE' 

DRAWING EXHIBIT DEPICTS VIETNAM AND APPALACHIA 

A SECOND THOUGHT ON POSTER PICK 

HISTORIC FASHION FOCUS OF EXHIBIT 

'QU'RAN' A MIXED MEDIA WORK... 

IN PHOTOS, i^ICE COLOR CATCHIER THAN INDIA BEIGE 

TH?EE EXHIBITS (FEN AT ART GUILD 

OUT OF THE DARK 

CARRBORO ARTSCENTER OF'ENS TWO SHOWS IN CHAPEL HILL 

SALLY CLEVELAND'S 'CHICKEN BRIDGE' m EXHIBIT AT DURHAM («T GUILD... 

ARTIST OVERSHADOWED AT SHOU 

SOLPTURE ON TAP AT SOMERHILL 

HIGH-TECH SCULPT(3* LIKES SURPRISES 

WOOD WORKS TO BE SHOUN 

CLAY TILES BY GARY ESSER m EXHIBIT AT WmH <«T GUILD... 

SY(ffOSIlW MARKS RETU»< OF ART EXHIBIT 

SCULPTURE EXHIBITION LIGHTS li> DURHAM NiafTSPOT 

THIS PHOTOGRAPH AND OTJCRS BY MARK WEINKLE GO ON EXHIBIT... AT DUKE 

MAKER OF MODELS INTRIGl£S AS WELL 

SOUTH AfCRICAN TEXTILES ON DISPLAY AT DU<E MUSEUM 

COLLAGIST TO PRESENT t&i SERIES; 'REVA K» 

TIM MIZE'S 'HEIFER OASIS' PART OF DURHAM ART GUILD'S 'LANDSCAPE' SHOU... 

PHOTO EXHIBIT OPEN 

CORPORATE SCULPTU^ SHOU IS SENDING MESSAGES 

PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBIT OPEN 

HARLEM'S HEART; NCCU'S MUSEUM CELEBRATES TENTH YEAR 

TtCRE ARE STORIES BEHIND PROF'S ART COLLECTIW^ 



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3/20/1987 
3/20/1987 
3/27/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/10/1987 
4/16/1987 
4/17/1987 D 
4/17/1987 D 
4/18/1987 D 
4/23/1987 D 
4/23/1987 D 
4/24/1987 D 
4/28/1987 B 
5/01/1987 D 
5/01/1987 
5/07/1987 
5/07/1987 
5/07/1987 
5/08/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/15/1987 D 
5/21/1987 D 
5/22/1987 D 
5/22/1987 D 
5/29/1987 D 
5/30/1987 C 
6/05/1987 D 
6/11/1987 D 
6/12/1987 B 
6/12/1987 D 
6/12/1987 D 
6/14/1987 A 
6/17/1987 C 
6/18/1987 D 
6/19/1987 B 
6/19/1987 D 
6/19/1987 D 
6/19/1987 B 
6/25/1987 A 
7/03/1987 
7/10/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/30/1987 
7/31/1987 
7/31/1987 
8/04/1987 B 
8/06/1987 D 
8/07/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/13/1987 
8/14/1987 
8/20/1987 
8/21/1987 
8/21/1987 
8/28/1987 
8/28/1987 
9/10/1987 D 
9/12/1987 D 
9/15/1987 B 
9/17/1987 D 
9/18/1987 D 
9/22/1987 C 
9/23/1987 B 
9/24/1987 D 
9/25/1987 C 
9/25/1987 D 
9/26/1987 A 
10/02/1987 D 
10/08/1987 B 



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JEUISH ART EXHIBIT ON DISPLAY AT DUKE 

FOULIE TO SHARE STORIES OF FRIENDSHIPS WITH COCTEAU, MILLER 

PHOTOS BRING ART OUT FROM UNDER ITS AURA 

EXHIBITS AT OJKE 

CRAFT STANDS Ol/T IN T>€SE ARTISTS' UCKK 

ART EXHIBITIONS SCHEDULED 

DISCOOY TVE JOY IN NCCU 'CHOICES' 

BLONBEEL 'SPLEWXK' INDEED 

RDOBRANCE OF REPAST UITH JEAN CCCTEAU 

CIRCUS ANTICS TO EM.IVEN KAft^ PRCIiXTION 

DA VINCI'S MODELS TO BE DISPLAYED AT DUKE 

f€U GALLERY TO OPEN MONDAY AT 'JQ^KE PLACE 

ON GROTESOIES THAT T>«£ATEN AND TECHNIQUE UITHOtH HEART 

VEWABLE GALLERIES OftN 

KaPTURES BY DllKE ART STUDENTS ON DISPLAY 

DU<E HOLDS SYMF'GSIUM TODAY FOR EXHIBITION CF SPANISH ART 

SPANISH MASTERPIECES AT DUKE 

PORTRAIT OF T}£ 'EHANO MICHtX' BY JUAN CAFKEANO DE MIRANDA,... 

SWCFHILL OPENS C«<ISTfAS SHO« ^^ 

KATE MURf^Y USED A COWVTER TO CREATE THIS 'IWTITLED' WORK... 

A GOLDEN-A!£ ART SIAVEY IN SPANISH fWSTERPIECES 

CENTER/GALLERY OPENING, QVCRON GALA ON 

BEST IN SHOJ 

JUROR PUSJ€S ART GUILD INTO SCARY f€U TERRITORY 

OjARLES BURWCAD'S 'STARTING AGAIN' MAY BE SEEN IN DURHAM ART aJILD... 

T>«EE exhibitions: colo^ and grain 

HORSES OF DIFFERENT CaORS 

(*;T EXHIBITI»<S, N.C. 
SEE (>i.Sa ARTISTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO KERR LAKE SPRING ART SHOW 
ABSTRACT ARTIST GAMBLING TURNING TO SURREALISM 
AT CITY GALLERY, PWTOS TURN 'FASHION' INSIIC OUT 
CEREMONIES IN ART 

NCCU EXHIBITS SCULPTURE, NCSU 'OUTSIDER' ART 
CLAY PUSHED TO «U LIMITS 
CASSAH PRINTS COMING FOR NC MUSEW1 SCU 
FACULTY ART EXHIBITED AT ACKLAND 

DURHAM ARTISTS TO BE IN N.C. MUSEl^ Cf ART SHOW IN JULY 
RETIRING ARTIST HAS UNC SHOU 
imjIT ART A TRACE OF VfV^ISHING CULTIRE 
FII.€ SHOe OPEN SUNDAY IN rU?HAM, CHAPa HILL 
COOL ART LACKS HWAN TOXH 
CONTRAST IN ART SHOWS RAISES VALUE QUESTION 
SCOTLAND'S UIIXIE RE-DISCOVERED 
ARTISTS' SELF-SCPUTINY MAKES FIfC FIBER FESTIV/^ 
FASHION SHCW OPENS DECCRATIVE ARTS EXHIBITION 
PAINTING SHCU TO (PEN THj'PSnAY 
'ALTERNATIVES FOR ARCHITECTURE' A ^WTTER OF STYLE 
PICASSO, yiLKIE SHOWS CfEN IN DURHAM, RALEIGH 
UINSTON-SALEM ARTIST W& R/^I6H 'CHJESTOttTHY' 
PAINTINGS AND PHOTOS ON DISPLAY 
THERE yiLL BE 'A CITY' IN RALEIGH 
MINI-^tTR'OPaiS ON VIEW AT ART MUSElfll 
CRAFTS NO rORE A 'MINOR' (HJ 
SCULPTURE rOICATION RAISES ISSUE OF PATRONAGE 
SEE RICHARD C. 

'CONfCCTIGN' UITH 'UHO'S UHO' 
UEAVIN6 SHOU OPENS IN OXFORD 
ACKUM) SL»*0 SHOU 
GUILD SHCUS, OICD SHOU CC?€ DOUN 
THfEE FROM aSW^I IN RALEIGH EXHIBITION 
AN EXHIBITION [f UATERCOLCRS BY SUSAN ROSEFIELDE... 
J*y€S GRASHOU'S 'A CITY' ON EXHIBIT AT N.C. MUSEL-M OF ART 
I^JSEIW fitDDLES f€SSAa 

DRAWINGS AND PRINTS GO UP AT CENTER/GALLERY THJRSDAY 
SOtCRHILL RECEPTION OPENS MAINE 'MeiA!£RIE' 
CRAFT, Pt^imim EXHIBITS OPEN AT CENTER/»«J^Y 
ARTSCENTER SCHEDULES RECEPTION SUNDAY 
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11/05/1987 D 
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SOUTfCRN ART HAS ABSTRACT VITALITY 

N.C. ARTISTS, 'REFUSEES' OPEN SATURDAY IN RALEIGH 

INDIAN ART 

NINTH STREET, CEW« CREEK HAVE UEEKEND OPENINGS 

Rf^IGH 'SPim DES REFUSEES' A POINTLESS ECHO 

ARTISTS PICK ARTISTS FOR GREEN HILL'S NEW EXHIBIT 

DRAWING EXHIBIT DEFICTS VIETNAM AND APPALACHIA 

A SECOND THOUGHT ON POSTER PICK 

UNC'S ART CENTER SCtCDULES TW] EXHIBITIONS 

TODD CULL'S HAND-TINTED PHOTOGRAPH... 

'EXPRESSIONS FROM NATURE' ON DISPLAY 

CARRBORO ARTSCENTER OPENS TWO SHOWS IN CHAPEL HILL 

Tt£ BLACK MOUNTAIN EXPERIENCE 

ARTIST RECALLS BLACK rtOMAIN 

WOOD WORKS TO BE SHOW) 

ART MUSEUM PLAI« DIVERSE EXHIBITS 

NEW WAYS WITH WOOD MAKE A DELIGHTFUL SHOW 

PHOTO BY NONA Simii FORM, TQ^E, SHAPE & LlSff 

ART EXHIBITION OPENS 

EXPERIfENTS HAVE A SHOW IN 'REAL TIME' 

ART SHOW WIN^£RS A^!NOUNC£D 

FA>€LLI 'ENVIROMCNT' AT NCMA 

BLONDEEL 'SPLENDOR' INDEED 

EXHIBITION, LECTWK MARK BETW EL CENTENNIAL 

DURH«1 ARTIST TO HAV€ EXHIBIT IN YANCEYVILLE 

'DRAWINGS' ENRICHED BY THE 20TH CENTURY 

HA^ES TO DISPLAY OBUCK'S WORKS 

ON GROTESOUES THAT THREATEN AND TECHNIQUE WITHOUT HEART 

'SAINTS AND HEROES' OPENS SATURDAY 

SAINTS, HEROES DEPICTED IN ART 

EXHIBIT FINDS WILL l€NRY A PLACE IN ART'S HISTORY 

DEB FANaLI'S 'VISUAL INSTIGATION' m EXHIBIT AT N.C. MUS£l*< OF ART 

CENTER/GALLERY OftNING, CAMERON GALA ON 

TWEE, exhibitions: COLORS AND GRAIN 

CWISTMAS STORY IN ART 

IN 'PANORAMAS,' AN ERA OF DYNAMIC LEISIKE 

VISIfflWRY ART AN EXHIBIT OF I4JMAN SPIRIT 

ART EXHIBITIONS, U.S. 

WOJ€N'S ART WASJCS WORRIES 

ACKLAND PLAINING GALLERY TOUR 

MATH SCHOa STUreNT HAS WORK IN EXHIBIT 

SCIENCE SCHOOL K?AD BREAKS ART-SCIENCE STEREOTYPES 

PROFESSOR'S COLLAGE INaUDED IN EXHIBITION 

IM PROF'S PAINTINGS SHOWN IN WASHINGTON 

ART FORGERIES 

SEE ALSO FORKRY 
counterfeit: an art director's NIGHTMARE 
DUKE CURATOR f€LPED DISCOVER COUNTERFEIT 

ART IN STATE BUILDINGS PROSiAM 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COIMIL 
UNC SCtlPTOR TO CREATE PIECE FOR fCW BUILDING 

«T RESTORATION 

SISTINE CEILING CENTER OF STORM 

PHOTOS BRING ART OUT FROM mUSi ITS AURA 

ART SCHOOL GALLERY 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL (NOW CENTER FOR VISUAL i PERFORMING ARTS) 

ART THERS 

CRIMESTOPPERS OFFERING REWARD 

ARTERIES 

GREENSBORO HOSPITAL TESTS LASERS ON CLOGGED ARTERIES 



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11/13/1987 
11/13/1987 
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SUBJECTS 



OJRHAM DOCT(»S FiafT HEM ROES 

ARTWITIS 

SEE ALSO N.C. FOJNDATION FOR ARTHRITIS >^,^,>r 

UII^IELIl NAMEIl UNC'S FIRST SMITH PROFESSOR OF ^OICI^E 
GfmP SEEKING MORE PARKING FW DISABLED 
BALLOW LAIM:H WILL B£f£FIT ART>RITICS 

20,000 BAaOONS TO FLY ABOVE WAIE STADIUM IN ARTWITIS FUND-RAISER 
UATER IDEAL FOR ARTHRITIC EXERCISE 

DU<E RECEIVES »3 MILLION FOR SFECIALIZED ARTHRITIS STUDY 
PHYSICAL T>£RAF'Y, AND DETERMINATION, (£T MS. GtBDE K)ING 
PHYSIcS: THERAPY CAN HELP PATIENTS REGAIN SOME FUNCTIONS TICY HAVE LOST 

ARTIE AUARDS 

SEE ALSO ARTS, DURtWM 
SEE ALSO AWARDS ^^ ™.,.„..™. 

SEE ALSO BLSINESSES, OJRHAM, ARTS SIWWT 
SEE ALSO MJRHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO Dlff<HAM ARTS COUNCIL, AWARDS , ^ ,^ ,^„ 

LET'S 'BUILD FROM STRENGTH,' ARTS COUNCIL LEADER URGES 

ARTIFICIAL CLOniNG SUBSTANCE 
SEE ALSO BLOOD 
SEE ALSO FACTOR VI II 

^TIFIcKlOTTING SUBSTANCE TESTED ON RALEIGH HEMOPHILIAC AT UNC 

ARTIFICIAL t€ARTS 

SEE W.SO hCART ajRGERY 
N.C. RECIPIENT OF HEART DIES IN FLC«IDA 

ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION 
SEE ALSO PREGfWNCY 
VATICAf^ F-OSITION ON IfMJVATIVE REPRODUCTIVE TECHNIQUES (CARTOON) 
IM: SPERM BAM< OFFERS WFE TO STERILE CANCER PATIENTS 

ARTIFICIAL SEAWEED 
SEE SEAtEED 

ARTISANS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CRAFTSICN 
SEE (^SO POTTERS 

'MY U^K ^WTl MY I nUF' 

lO-YEARHXD SENT TO LESSONS S^ll^ UITH A LOVE FOR ART 

ARTISTS, BLACK 

EARLY fffiMORIES hft^'TURE HIS ART 

ALL FOR ART! 'HUMAN' ARTIST DEALS WITH RACIAL IK^S 

WM^ RENAISSANCE; AT NCOJ fWSEUM, lOTH-YEAR FOCUS IS ART... 

ARTISTS, Wm^ ^„,„„,^ 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE 

^AR^^ KslB?^I^7s^l?i^NrfUL OF HISTORY OF PAPER CUTTING 
ARTISTS GET GRANTS ^„ 

ART SHCUN AT RESTAURANTS IS FOOD FOR THOUGHT 
D15WAM ARTISTS MAKE FIfWLS 
CITY HALL SNUBS OFFER TO PERK IF DOWNTOW 
BaOU MAKES 'ICCUfENTARY CLOTHING' 
DOUNWJME SHOU 
PAINTING; ANYTHING WES 

ALL FOR art: 'HUMAN' ARTIST lEALS UITTH RACI^ ESSIES 

ANIMAL-LOVING, EX-UALT DISfCY ARTIST IN TOl*J...UITH PEN, BRUSH FOR HIRE 

COLLAGIST TO PRESENT NEW SERIES! 'RP-'A K' 

DIM SERIES TO EXAMINE ART CFEATION 

ARTICLES! Tlhl FOR ARTISTS TO 'EMERtS' 

CENTERFEST ARTISTS UIN «U,500 „»T,^,^Av 

INTERNATIONAL UOf£N'S ART FESTIVAL SET FOR SATURDAY 
^EW GALLERY TO OPEN MONDAY AT VENABLE PLACE 



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9/19/1987 B 
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11/13/1987 C 
12/23/1987 C 
12/24/1987 C 



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2 4/16/1987 D 
2 8/30/1987 E 
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1/07/1987 A 
1/15/1987 D 
1/30/1987 B 
5/16/1987 A 
7/09/1987 
7/09/1987 
7/09/1987 
8/08/1987 
8/13/1987 
8/30/1987 
9/02/1987 B 
9/23/1987 B 
9/30/1987 D 
10/01/1987 D 
10/02/1987 D 
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MERIT WINNERS 

EMERGING ARTISTS 

DAC GRANTS HELP ARTISTS TO 



'EMERGE' 



ARTISTS, INTERNATIOIWL 

MOROCCAN ARTIST TO TEACH COURSE AT DUKE UNIVERSITY 
POSTHWtOUS REWARD 

<«TISTS, N.C. 

SEE (LSO ART EXHIBITIONS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. ARTISTS EXHIBITION 

SEE M.SO N.C. LIVING TREASURES PROGR^ 

MAUD GATEUOOD 

DU<E LECTWE SERIES WILL ADDRESS ARTISTS' PROBLEMS 

DUJHAM ARTISTS TO BE IN N.C. MUSEUM OF ART SHOW IN JULY 

HANDICAPPED ARTIST'S UORK SAID LIKE PICASSO'S 

A GROWING love: POTTER SAYS INITIAL LACK OF ABILITY JCLPED h£R... 

DAN fWRPHY; HtAKING ALL TfC RULES 

TVPEE FROM DWWlM IN RALEIGH EXHIBmON 

STO»€ reSIGNS POSTAL CARD FOR BICENTE1«IAL CONSTITUTION 

DOu^»<o^E SHOW 

ARTIST RECAaS BLACK MOUNTAIN 

DESIGN FOR LIVING 

ART EXHIBITION OPENS 

HUMOR FOR ART'S SAKE, OR VICE VERSA; CHAPEL HILL PAINTER... 

IflC PROF'S PAINTINGS SHOWN IN WASHINGTON 

INTERNATIONAL WOfEN'S ART FESTIVAL SET FOR SATlifflAY 

UNC SCOPTOR TO CREATE PIECE FOR NEW BUILDING 

AMERICAN AUTO DESIGfCRS SSAT ARTISTS 

ARTIST GOES PUBLIC 

BEST IN SHOU 

ARTISTS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO WOfCN, ARTISTS 
PASSION FOR paint: SINOR TONY BENNETT SHOWS DURHAM... 
TONY BEN^ETT SHOWS OFF ARTWORK 
ARTIST ^TS UP WILDLIFE SUPf^T FUND 
DREAM GIRL; THE ART OF MARILYN ARSEM 
INDIAN ARTIST W3N0RED 



ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAMS 

JAZZ MUSICIAN TURNED TEAOCR OF DEtf WINS 8-YEARH3LDS' 



CHEERS 



ARTS, DUR^MM 

SEE ALSO ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO BUSI^ESSES, WJRHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. INSTITUTE OF Tf€ ARTS 

SEE ALSO DUKE Ifl^IV. SUMMER FESTIVAL OF ARTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C, ARTS COffl'LEX PROPOSAL 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO UJRHAM ARTS COUNCIL, COUNCIL FOR CREATM ARTS IN T>C PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, T>£ATER 

ANOTHER YEAR NOTED 

WeaVH SAVOYARDS STAGE SING-TWWUGH FOR 'lOLANTHE' 

ARTS C01M:IL begins FUND IRIVE 

NOW IS THE TItE TO AUDITION 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES... 

ARTICLES... 

NOW IS THE TIME TO AUDITION 

LOGO ICEDED FOR SENIOR GAMES 

ARTICLES... 

ARTS COUhCIL, TRIANON J SCHEDllE CONFERENCE ON CITY'S CU.TU^ LIFE 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES. . . 

ARTS SAID KEY TO DOWTOWN REBIRTH 

'ART AFTER SCHOOL* OFFERED 

HILLSIDE CLASS OF '53 PLANS SHOW 

ARTS CAN REVIVE DOWNTOWNS, PLAN^ER SAYS 

ARTICLES ARTICLES ARTICLES... 



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2/05/1987 D 


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N G59 


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2/12/1987 D 


12 


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2/19/1987 D 


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3/05/1987 D 


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3/06/1987 A 


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3/20/1987 B 


3 P N A80 


S 


2 


3/26/1987 D 


14 


F G59 



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1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



*«$ FKEE CF CHARGE «»« 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

'fWlKVE BUTTERFLY' AUDITIOIS 

^TCRS ftEDOi ACKLAND RECEIVES CHIf€SE BOW. 

ARTIST DESIGNS POSTAL CARD 

ARTICLES ARTICLES (y<TICL£S,., 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

'«ADA«: BUTTERFLY' f£EIS tC-P ,.^„„, 

T>€ («TS ^€AT LP IN DURHAM: SIWER PREVIEW 

6RTld_ES... 

^TIOXS: DURHAM ART GUILD CALLS FO? SHOW ENTRIES 

SEASON CF ARTS 

^ICAN MCETCSTIVAL RECEIVES READER'S DIGEST GRANT 
ARTICLES ARTIO^^ 

DSHAM^SER^am^HOLDS AUDITIONS FOR 'RADIO HCXR' 

DOUNTDyN '(^r-ORK' fCEBS TO BE COVERED UP „^^ 

wSc^IO WINS AWARD, ARTS CENTER SETS UP^^OJ^SHIP FUND 
StICLES: CALL FOR VaWEERS, ARTISTS, SINGERS 
^TIOES: ARTISTS NEEDED FOR BINBE; AUDITIONS SC^£IaED 
^lols KADLlfe SET FDR CENTERFEST '87 PARTICIPANTS 
ARTIOES: SrHAM ^TS COUNCIL MAKES STAFF CHANGES 
ARTICLES ARTICLES 

articles: t>€ater awLPS scjexiE auditiws 

(^TICLES: CaTURM. S«1FS CALL FOR VCLUNTE^ 

articles: m}n:A-< Niwr li^ uinjcrs AWWtMHi 

ADTTn F? ARTICLES 

^RVKT NEW interests BY T^^ING A O^ASS THIS FALL 
articles: CONTEST Af#«LWSl FOk (1IN0R:ITY WAITERS 
SCIENtt, ART, TEDM3.0GY FOCUS OF FESTIVE. AT W<E 
ARTICLES ARTICLES ^ ^„ .™-r^, 

articles: TIME FOR ARTISTS TO 'EMKK'. 
DWmAM NATH^ m^ TO 'MANSION' COMMITTEE 
ARTICLES ARTICLES... 

^i^aii'S^^V^i^? TK)M.AS mr, yiNS AUAR. 

articles: XAVIER T0U?ES selected TO CREATE SCULPT13RE 
AWARD, AUDITION AWOW^ ^^ ^^^ 

articles: SIN(£RS, ACTIOS fCEDED FOR TRIANHX SHOWS 
NOJ IS T}€ Tilt TO PLAN AUDITIOt« 

^loH; 'articles, articles, ARTICLES, ARHCLES 

^ ALSO tUmCE COWTY ARTS EXPERIENCE ^^ 
SEE PLSO APPALACHIAN ENVIROMOTAL ARTS CENTER 
SEE ALSO ART IN STATE BUILDIW3S PROGRAM 
SEE PLSa EUSIf€SSE3, N.C., (*TS StffCRT 
^E ALSO CARGLI^W LIVING (MAGAZlfC) 
SEE (LSO CULTURE tEEK IN N.C. „_,.,-^ 

SEE ALSO EXECUTIVE MA'<SI»I FIf€ ARTS COftllTTEE ,,^„ 

M. S:^ ^WNOR^S HJSItCSS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS AND rtJMANITIES 
SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S MANSION 
SEE ALSO ^€NDERSON iWJUAL JLFIED ART SHOJ 
SEE ALSO N.C. ART StKIETT 
SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS CELEBRATION 
SEE ALSO N.C. ARTS COIMTIL 
SEE ALSO PERSON COUNTY ARTS COt^IL 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, ARTS PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM 

^N^^^A^^'ffiAffo^^ToVp^T OF U.S. XY^'IC FESTIVE 
T>€^T£ PW$294 MILLION A YEAR If^TO N.C. ECONOMY 
ARTS F1?0VIp£ BIG PAYOFF 

A^W^^Jc^: JACQUES «NACHE EWISIONED ARTS CENTER 



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2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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s 


2 


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2 


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2 


s 


2 


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2 


s 


2 


H 


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S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 



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D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
' D 
D 
D 
D 
A 
D 
D 
D 
A 
D 
A 
D 
D 



4/02/1987 
4/02/1987 
4/09/1987 
4/09/1987 
4/16/1987 
4/23/1987 
4/30/1987 
5/07/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/28/1987 
6/03/1987 
6/04/1987 
6/11/1987 
6/18/1987 
6/22/1987 
6/25/1987 
6/26/1987 
7/02/1987 
7/09/1987 _ 
7/23/1987 D 
7/30/1987 D 
8/06/1987 D 
8/13/1987 D 
8/20/1987 D 
8/27/1987 D 
9/03/1987 D 
9/10/1987 D 
9/10/1987 D 
9/17/1987 D 
9/24/1987 D 
9/24/1987 
10/01/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/22/1987 
10/29/1987 
11/05/1987 D 
11/12/1987 D 
11/13/1987 D 
11/19/1987 D 
11/26/1987 D 
12/03/1987 D 
12/17/1987 D 
12/24/1987 D 
12/31/1987 D 



9 
12 

3 

12 
11 

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5 

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9 

1 P 
11 

4 

4 

9 

4 
15 

4 

9 

4 

r 
J 

12 
12 

3 
11 
11 
11 
10 

9 

4 F 

5 
12 

3 I 
12 
12 
10 

5 
12 

9 
13 
14 

8 

6 

4 
12 
11 

5 



I 

N G59 
N G59 
N 

N G59 
N G59 
I G59 
N G39 
N G59 
F 

N G59 
N 699 
E 

N G59 
N G59 
N G59 
L 
I G59 



2/05/1987 D 
2/15/1987 D 
2/24/1987 A 
3/26/1987 A 
6/25/1987 D 



3 N S 
10 P U Lfl 

4 E j 
4 L 

1 p F g: 



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12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



THE BLACK HOWTAIN EXPERIENCE 

ARTIST RECALLS HfCK MOUNTAIN 

HARVEST NEW INTERESTS BY TAKING A CLASS THIS FALL 

SCULPTURE EXHIBITION LIGHTS UP DlKWtf) NIGHTSPOT 

articles: XAVIER TOUBES selected to CREATE SCllPTURE 

articles: SIN(£RS, ACTORS NEEDED FOR TRKWGLE 3«WS 

SIWER BOYS' CAMP TO BE WINTER RETREAT 

ARTS CENTER 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL (NOW CENTER FOR VISUAL & PERFORHING ARTS) 

ARTS FESTIVALS 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

SEE (LSO SPOLETTO FESTIVAL U.S.A. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL FINE ARTS FESTIVAL 
ARTS FEST TO HAVE SOUTHERN ACCENT 
FESTIVAL SPONSORS Ht»>E SUNNY TRADITION HOLDS \S> 

ARTS 'ROUND TJ€ SQUARE 

SEE ALAMANCE COUNTY ARTS EXPERIENCE 

SEE CARRBORO ART SCHOOL (N0« CENTER FOR VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS) 

ARYAN NATICWS 

SEE ALSO ANTI-SEMITISM 
SEE ALSO KU KLUX KLAN 
SEE ALSO NAZI PARTY 
SEE ALSO NAZI PARTY, N.C, 
SEE ALSO T»€ ORDER 
SEE ALSO RACIAL DISCRIMINATION 
SEE ALSO TERRORISM 
SEE ALSO VIOLENCE 
SEE ALSO WHITE SUPREMACY 
KLAN, OTHER F*«-RIGHT 'HATE' 



GROUPS REPORTED WEAKENING 



ASBESTOS 

SEE ALSO IffiULATION 
DROP IN fOHHOffi CONSTRUCTION EXPECTED 

msr souofT for asbestos removal 

DURH»I COMMISSIONERS ROLL \S> SLEEVES 

CONTRACTS APPROVO FOR COURTHOUSE WORK 

STATE TO TEST FOR ASBESTOS NEAR DUKE'S EAST CAWUS 

WORK MAY HAVE RELEASED ASBESTOS 

ASBESTOS TEST RESULTS EXPECTED THIS WEEK 

STATE SAYS ASBESTOS hEAR DIKE NOT HAZARD 



FRANKLIN ^EMORIAL HOSPITAL PREPARING FOR $3.6 MILLION RENOVATION PROECT H 

LAST ASBESTOS REMOVED FROM SOUTHSIIE SCHOOL H 

COURT REVERSES CONVICTION OF POWER AFL-CIO OFFICIAL H 

TRUCK OVERTURNS S 

TRUCK CARRIN6 TONS OF ASBESTOS OVERTURNS H 

LISTI^« OF HAZARKJUS WASTE SITE HORRIFIES FAMILY H 

CENTER DEMOLITION AHEAD OF SCHEDULE S 

UNION FILES GRIEVANCE OVER BUYING OF FORT BRASS BUILDINGS H 

SOME ALAMANCE OFFICIALS TO GET iCRIT PAY INCREASES H 

♦30.8 MILLION, 10-YE/« PLAN; HARASSMENT POLICY OK'D FOR CITY SCHOOLS H 

ASBURY METW)DIST CHURCH 

t€AI£D FOR AUSTRALIA: ASBURY YOUTH WILL ATTEND CHRISTIAN CONFEJ^NCE H 

IRISWWN GOING TO DIKE MEMORIAL H 

dSmm HAU 

TRIANGLE KWCES FOR BIG BUYERS: REALTORS LISTING 3 HOMES FCK $700,000... H 

ASffi COJNTY, N.C. 

FORMER HOSPITAL ORDERLY NOW STATE'S OM.Y AMBULANCE MAKER S 

ASHE COUNTY BOARD TO LOOK CAREFULLY AT DOfWTION OF LOT H 



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8/20/1987 D 

8/20/1987 D 

9/10/1987 D 

9/15/1987 B 

11/19/1987 D 

12/03/1987 D 

12/29/1987 C 



F B71 
F B71 
I 

U W66 
N G59 
N G59 
N 



2 2/22/1987 D 9 N 
1 5/01/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 2 6/11/1987 A 14 N 



1/04/1987 F 
1/28/1987 C 
2/23/1987 B 
2/24/1987 B 
3/18/1987 A 
3/18/1987 
3/19/1987 
3/23/1987 
6/10/1987 
7/20/1987 
9/16/1987 B 
9/29/1987 A 
9/30/1987 
10/18/1987 
11/05/1987 
12/08/1987 
12/08/1987 
12/15/1987 



1 
1 
1 
1 
8 
1 

16 
1 
1 
1 
5 
3 
6 
7 
1 

14 
1 
1 



N 

N S80 
N A54 
N A54 
N 

N B8S 
N 

N B8S 
N S80 
N B12 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N H70 
N 

N T35 
N W27 



2 6/12/1987 B 2 P N B3B 
2 6/13/1987 A 7 N 



2 7/26/1987 F 1 P N 



2 1/06/1987 A 9 N 
2 12/10/1987 A 22 N 



ASf€BORO, N.C. 

TfCnS (F DOGS LINKED TO FIGHTING, POLICE SAY 



H 2 1/18/1987 D 13 N 



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PACE ii; 
1/ 



21>f 



ASHEBmO TO GET FtAhfT ^,^,.,^ 

COff'ANY UILL BUILD PLANT ftAR AStCBORO 
TO^M'TIVATES PATIENT SPECTATORS 

Ij^^A^ S'^^CoS^^'In'SpH; 17 PEOPLE HURT ^^^ 
FURNITUREra^A^AraJSED OF BILKING CUSTOMERS IN 22 STATES 

ASVCBORO CITY COUNCIL ^_,^, „, 
BLACK ASHEBO^J CANDIDATES FEU 

^^^^^^OL^BufwibER CHARGED UITH ASSAULTING PASSENGER 

^^^^iE^LSo'^fHOMAS REHABILITATION HOSPITAL 

AfiHFUILLE FIRE BEING BLAMED ON OILY RAGS ^„ 

mffiLETAXATIW ISSUE wSlDIES HARD-FOUGHT WATER AGREOOfT 
ffilLLE MAN^ T^OAT cut! HIS BODY LEH TO BURN IN VA^i 

ASHEVILLE CRASH KIUS 1 

AShIvILL£ man DIES IN AIRPLAJC CRASH 
FELPINC HW 

ffiM'ifs'^ffic'I^IcRl^ FAIR. KL£ CHEF£ 

TWANGLE GOOD PLACE TO LIVE ffiSPITE SURVEY 

DAZZLES AUDIENCE ,^„,^ 

A?l*^;iLL£ TO (XT SICAR DETECTOR 

aHv u! MAN WMSFOR CLUES TOILOST' FAMILY 

«50 MILLION m± PLtmU) NEAR AS^EVILLE 

WALKING THE LIfCS 

JAO^sSi^^ W-AYCOCK CREATE BUSY POLITICAL TIME 
jTSn WEIR, ASHEVIUf BOEFACTOR, DlfS,,,^ , ^^ ^.^^ 
AslviLLEi HANDCRARS, BILTMK^ ^E^ LIFE AFTER LBf ^SON 
ASHEVILLE INDUSTRY DESTROYED BY FIRE 
SANTA HANDED OUT $1 BILLS 

^^sE^'SJl? ^^tliVsO NA^S OF PARTICUL^ PAPERS) 
^^^U^ SWICES PLANi^FW f^HEVI^ 5€USMAN 
ASCVILLE NEWSPAPER'S EXECUnV€ EDITOR DIES 

Kl P THF 'TM* PLACE 

TEEN m DRIVERS A NEGLIGIBLi S^fETY RISK 

ASVCVILLE HIGH SCHOOL ^ ,^ ^^ _ 

Sr^UlKi St?H 1%^^^ ^ILLE HIGH 

ASJCVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

K'ti^iSin l\TJF'm FOOTBAa player-s ieath 

HIGH sScOL COACHES CAUTIOUS ABOUT HEAT 

ASHEVILLEyTUNCOMK COMMUNin CWISTIAN MINISTW 

rallGIOUS m}\P VEJfim IffllATES BACK TO SOCIETY 

AStCVILLE/BUNCOMK TECJWICAL COLLEGE 
FROM CARS TO STEPS 

^^ULTI^AMILY ^CHES L£AD, SINGLES DROP IN BUILDING PERMITS 

ASIAN-AI€RICANS _„,„,.. 

SEE ALSO ORIENTAL FESTIVAL ,„„ ^,, 
ORIENTAL FESTIVAL UILL BE t€LD IN 



fi?EA 



^^SEE^^SO^SSOCIATION OF INDIANS IN AMERICA, N.C. 
ASIAN INDIANS TWIVE IN TRIANGLE 

ASK THE SUFtRINTDfDENT 



CHAPTER 



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H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 



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E 
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1/25/1987 B 

1/28/1987 B 

7/15/1987 C 

12/12/1987 A 

12/17/1987 C 

12/21/1987 A 



5 
2 
1 
8 
5 
11 



I T 
L Y 
L P BYL, 

N I 
N 
M N B67 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 8/23/1987 C 7 N 
H 2 11/17/1987 C 5 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/24/1987 A 
1/25/1987 B 
3/03/1987 C 
3/09/1987 A 
3/10/1987 B 
4/16/1987 B 
4/28/1987 B 
5/16/1987 A 
7/19/1987 
7/28/1987 
7/29/1987 
8/21/1987 
8/22/1987 
9/06/1987 



9/24/1987 B 



10/03/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/19/1987 
11/20/1987 
11/24/1987 
12/19/1987 



14 

10 
6 
1 
4 
2 
3 

11 
7 
4 
8 
3 
3 

17 
7 
2 
5 
6 
9 
4 
6 



CI? 



S 2 1/02/1987 C 4 

H 2 1/03/1987 A 12 

H 2 2/01/1987 D 5 J 

H 2 9/03/1987 A 5 J 



H 2 5/28/1987 D 4 N DB 
H 2 9/07/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 8/04/1987 B 3 N 

S 2 8/05/1987 C 10 N 

H 2 8/06/1987 D 3 N 

H 2 12/19/1987 C 3 N 

H 2 11/18/1987 B 3 P P 

H 2 2/15/1987 F 1 U 

S 2 7/28/1987 A 6 P F G 

S 2 9/11/1987 B 1 P F S 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE "AN EVENING WITH T>£ SUPERINTENDENT" 

ASPARTAME 

DUKE STUDY SUOjESTS ASPARTAI« NOT LII«ED TO HEADAOCS 
IS SUBSTITUTE DISEASE t€XT? 

ASPHALT 

SEE ALSO STREETS, WRW^ 
HOT ASPHALT SPILLED INTO BCS31E SOUND 
COIWCIL OKS ALTERNATIVE SIW^ACING FOR DIRT STREETS 

ASPHYXIATIW 

TRIAL IS SET FOR GUARD CHARGED IN SUFFOCATION 

GUARD IN PRISONER'S [£ATH SUSPENDED 

FUCS ASPHYXIATE SLEEPING mt 

GUARD PLEADS GUILTY TO ASSAULT IN ASPHYXIATION OF PRISON IfWATE 

GUARD SENTENCED TO 9 YEARS IN IWWTE'S SWTOCATION DEATH 

SUIT FILED IN INMATE'S SUFOCATION 

LAWSUIT ICEKS $3 MILLION IN INMATE'S DEATH 

FORMER PRISON GUARD TO GO BEHIND B<«S 

FORMER PRISON GUARD BEGINS SERVING NINE-YEAR SENTENCE 

BOOKSHELF COLLAPSES, KILLS GIRL NEAR rnnSR 

FORMER PRISON aJARD (V^IES FOR PAROLE 

PROSECUTOR ASKS KJARD'S SENTENCE NOT BE REDUCED 

ASPIRIN 

SEE ALSO IMJGS 
SEE ALSO PAIN RELIEVERS 
D(M:T(KS report cases of adults being hit by REYE'S SYNDROME 
UNC TO COORDINATE STATISTICS FOR STUDY OF STROKE PREVOtHON 
warning: CAFFEINE MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOIR f€ALTH 

ASSASSINATIONS 

SUEDES QUESTION CHAPEL HILL WOMAN ABOUT ASSASSINATIONS 

SWEDISH POLICE QUESTION WWWN 

CHAPEL HILL mt DENIES Sl«DES SEEKING WIFE 

HUSBAND DENIES CHAPa HILL WOMAN SOUM 

ASSASSINS' SECRET TEAM 

THE ASSAULT (FILM) 

EPIC DUTCH 'ASSAULT' STRONG, DRAMATIC, UEa DOfC 

ASSAULTS, CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO mW. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL, ASSAULTS 
DIFHAM MAN ATTACKED, ROBBED 
CHAPEL HILL MAN f€LD IM)ER »150,000 BOffi 

UNC FOOTBALL PLAYER IS CHARGED WITH 2 COUNTS OF ASSAU.TING MAN 
STARR CONVICTED ON ASSAULT COUNT 
WOMAN ASSAULTED TWICE IN DAY 

UNC FOTTBALL PLAYER PLEADS NO CONTEST IN FIGHT CASE 
CfWEL HILL MAN STABBED; CARRBORO MAN IS CH/«GED 
MAN ACCUSED OF THIRD ASSAULT ON WOMAN IN UNC DCRM ROOM 
N.C. MEMORIAL PARKIf«3 DECK SITE OF 3 ROBBERIES 
LACROSSE FIAYER SUING EX-OFFICER ADMITS PWCH 
BEATING LEFT MAN 'UNRECOGNIZABLE,' WITNESSES TESTIFY 
EXH3FFICER DENIES HE WAS DRUf« WEN l€ HIT STUDENT 
BOTH SIDES IN SUIT MUST PAY 
CHAPEL HILL MAN FACES 3 CHARGES 
BLOW DISLOCATES OFFICER'S NOSE 
CARRBORO MAN tCLD ON ASSAU.T CHARGES 
WOMAN KNOCKED DOWN BY PURSE SNATCHER 
MAN ARRESTED IN STABBING 

ASSAULTS, DU<E UNIV. 

SEE DUKE UNIV., ASSAULTS 

ASSAULTS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO OIKE UNIV., ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT., DEPUTIES, ASSAU.TS 

SEE ALSO NORTHERN HIGH SCHOO., ASSAULTS 



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2 11/05/1987 C 7 P N C60 
2 12/08/1987 A 4 E 



2 2/05/1987 B 10 N 

3 10/27/1987 C 1 N B81 



1/14/1987 B 
1/29/1987 C 
2/07/1987 
3/26/1987 
6/16/1987 
6/25/1987 
6/26/1987 
7/15/1987 B 
7/16/1987 B 
7/21/1987 B 
10/30/1987 B 
11/11/1987 C 



3 
8 
2 
1 
1 
7 

16 
8 

10 
8 
9 
9 



H 2 1/31/1987 A 14 N 
H 2 3/26/1987 D 4 N U57 
H 2 12/08/1987 B 1 P F C60 



S 2 4/28/1987 A 1 N 

H 2 4/29/1987 B 8 N 

S 2 4/29/1987 A 1 N B85 

H 2 4/30/1987 B 10 N 

H 2 7/27/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 7/31/1987 D 4 R S66 



H 


2 


3/06/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 


3/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


3 


4/17/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


3 


6/04/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 B 


3 


N 080 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 A 


14 


N 080 


H 


3 


6/18/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


S 


2 


8/04/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


3 


8/26/1987 C 


1 


N U27 


H 


3 


8/27/1987 B 


1 


N W27 


H 


3 


8/28/1987 B 


1 


N W27 


H 


2 


8/29/1987 C 


3 


N W27 


H 


2 


9/12/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


11/03/1987 C 


9 


N 080 


H 


2 


12/12/1987 C 


6 


N 080 


H 


2 12/19/1987 C 


6 


N 080 


H 


3 12/29/1987 C 


2 


N 080 



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SEE ALSO K>iaB.S, N.C., ASSAU.TS 
SEE ALSO SELF-DEFENSE 
SE ALSO SEXm. ASSALS.TS 

DWI ARRESTS Cff> 'QUIET' >£U YEAR'S ^_, 

OFFICERS ROUSB) UP TRYING TO NAB YOUTH 

TEEN FACES AN ADDITIONAL CWRGE 

WOO JOGKRS REPORT ASSAULTS 

REW«D OTERED IN BEATING 

«(W AHACKED NEAR D(M) ST. 

HAN IN l*€ELCWIft BITES PARAJCDIC 

HASKED t£N KICK IN WDH, STEAL <100 

^I^^^IN^ LEG UHIL£ BREAKING UP FRAY 

3 HIT, ROB MAN Cf «^5 

MAN AHACKHi, HIT WITH AN AX 

THIEVES HIT, ROB MAN AT FLORIST 

mjRSING-fm ASSISTANT IS h€LD IN AHACKS 

PXICE FIND INJJRtD MAN 

nm BEATEN TO DEATH IN DURHiW 

MAN IS HIT, CUT UITH AN IRON PIPE 
ajRHAM CRI^ESTWfQ<S _ 

TEAOCR TO AF'PEAL IN GRIEViWCE 

miim mi arrested on u charges 

5 ATTACK, gjtSH MOTORIST _ 

liffimN lESCRIBES CAR CHASE ON 1-85 _„ 

ffiTsTSLTEEN'S BIKE, BEAT HIM UITH STICK 

Ml^iERS DR-OP, ASSALLTS RISE IN WE CITY 

MAN UITT1 SHOTaW ROBS \€RVME. SQUARE DELI 

GIVING INFORMATION ON PRINCIPAL LEGAL 

GUrmiE ARf^STO AGAIN __^^ „„ 

FOy^R DEPUTY SENT TO DOROTfCA DIX 

5 TEEN-M»« JWP, ROB MWJ, MAi<E OFF UITH »1 IN COINS 

MOTORIST KIDNtfftD, E£ATEN, ROB^ 

PRISO^£R GRABS aJN FROM PXICE OFFICER 

mi£ CWRGES IN PaiCE AHACK 

MAN ROBBED 

GUtWii ROBS Dai, ABDUCTS fttNAOR 

K^FiNDS^^DEN PRINCIPAL NOT GUILTY OF TIACHER ASSAULT 

PRINCIPAL ACQUITTED OF ASSAU.T 

JUDGE TRIVIALIZES TEAOCR ASSAU.T CA^ 

mi SAYS BUROAR HIT HIM WITH A FRYING PAN 

TEENS <«R£STED F(K ASSAU.TS „ ,, ^ 

BEATING FAILS TO SOS? KENYAN MAN ON U.S. 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT FILES ASSAU.T CHARtXS 

ESPN Em.OYEE AHACKED, ROBBED 

WOMAN AHACKED, SU^iSHED IN T>£ FACE 

BIJISLARS AHACK ta»€N 

Jli^Y FINDS mm GUILTY IN SLASHING 

MAN SOUSHT ON CHARGES OF ASSAU.T 

OFICER'S aJN PERSUADES MAN TO GIVE UP CHASE 

BIKER PUSffiS MAN TWOU* UINDOU 

MWJ E€ATEN UITH 2-BY-4 

PO-ICE FROBE 2 ROBBERIES _^,,^^ 

17-YEAR-aii Ct«R(£D WITH EEATING 

CHASE LEADS TO U CHARtSS AGAINST HAN 

TEEN PEACEMAKER BADLY CUT 

SLASHING MAY COST USE (y LEH HAND 

BUWETTE COUPLE GET SIX-MOTTH TERMS FOR «tf*L 

2 BLACK f€N BEAT AND ROB DURHAM MAN 

Vkm»^ l¥>N BEATEN 

2 OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFLE 

GRAND OJ^Y INDICTS 15 

raipSlNfpiLED ^A^ dKoR of HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 
PXITICW. INTIMIDATION IS COMMITTEE'S STYLE 
BECTW IS ARRESTED ON ASSAULT UARRAMT 

Ef T^N&S^ITH FIRING CAP GUN AT DRIVERS, POLICEMAN 
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9/27/1987 
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BY S U B J E 



COWITTEE'S 'INTIMIDATION* NOT OBVIOUS 
WOMAN SAYS FOOD STAMPS, CttCK STOLEN 

co^«^rTEE doesn't condone intimidation 

MAN CHAMSD WITH TRYING TO RAM CARS 

REST HWE OPERATCK TELLS OF SHOOTING 

MAN STABBED AT TAVERN m N.C, 54 

NCCU TRUSTEE ACCU^S SCHOOL OFFICIAL OF ASSAULT 

JUDGE RULES TOY GIW CAN BE DEADLY UEAfON 

JUDGE CHANEY AIMS AT DANGEROUS TOY GUNS 

3 BROTfCRS ARRESTED IN SCUFFLE WITH POLICE 

AMBULANCE UINDOU SMASHED; MAN ^SLD 

MAN CmRGED WITH TOSSING Hi;ICK AT DURHW1 COUNTY AMBUUWCE 

ASSAULTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOSPITALS, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO JAILS, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO NIRSING HOI€S, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SCHOXS, N.C, ASSAULTS 

^E ALSO SEXUAL ASSAU.TS 

SEE ALSO TEAO£RSjN.C., ASSAULTS 

WSm AND DAWStER ASSAU.TED 

FIVE UILSON MEN FACING CHNiSES IN ASSAULT CASE 

TROOPER AHACKED 

MAN ARRESTED AFTER STANDOFF 

ROXBORO MAN CHARKD WITH ASSAULT IN CUniNG 

MAN FOUND GUILTY OF ASSAULT CHARGES 

FBI PROBES KUW ASSAULT IN M0^«OE 

MAN CmRGED AFTER WOMAN INJURED 

FIKSYTH JURY CONVICTS MAN OF ASSAU.TING MOTOTCYCLIST 

PARAPLEGIC CONVICTED IN PERSON CASE 

ONE PERSON KILLED U^CN PICKUP TRUCK RAMS DUPLEX 

UNO TAILBACK STARR CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

ROXBORO MAN FACES MORE CHARGES 

MAN CHARGED WITH KIDNAP OF TWO REAL ESTATE AGENTS 

THREATS TO HOWSEXUALS INCREASING, SPOKESMEN SAY 

RALEIGH HOSTAGE TAKER CHARGED WITH ASSAULT 

TEEN RECOVERS FROM miEfL, BUT IT CHANGED A (MJICT TOW 

ARREST COULD KEEP WO^THEN OUT OF fCET 

71-YEAR-OLD WOMAN BEATEN AND CUT 

KLANSMAN IS SENTENCED ON ASSAU.T CWiRGE 

SHAMPOO ASSAULT SUIT COSTS DEFENDANT $3,700 

BIG MAC AHACK AT HARDEE'S? TRY HIT-AND-RUN CJ€ESEBUR(XR 

LEXINGTON WOMAN BEATEN TO I£ATH 

MAN CHARKD WITH KIDNAPPING, ASSAULT 

ASSAULT CHARTS FILED IN ROXBORO 

MAN GIVEN 20-YEAR SENTENCE Fffl? ASSAU.T 

GRANVILL£ MAN KATEN AT GRASSY CREEK PARK 

mi SOfTENCED FOR AHACKING MOTORCYCLIST WITH HIS CAR 

YOUNGSVILLE WOMAN SHOT, BEATEN, STABBED AT HOME 

YOWflSSVILLE MAN FACES ASSAULT, KIDfWP CHARGES 

KIDNAPPING, INDUCING ESCAFt CHARGES LODGED 

TWO PERSON COWTY MEN CHARGED 

TWO ARRESTS REPORTED BY PERSON DEPUTIES 

WATER PISTOL INCII£NT RESULTS IN CHARGES 

CHARGE DROPPED IN WATER PISTOL CASE 

CIVIL COURT JJKi BUCKS CONVICTION, DENIES DAMAGES IN BEATING CASE 

MURDER SENTENCE JCARING BEGINS 

SLAIN COJPLE'S SON AHACKS FREED SUSPECT 

PREGNANT OXFORD TEEN BEATEN WITH STICK 

2 UC PLAYERS CHARGED IN ASSAU.T 

TWO TEENS SHOT, (M STRUCK 

TAR fCELS' SMITH STIU QUICT ON STATUS OF REID, BUCKNALL 

REID, BUCKNAa SUSPENDED 

UNO'S REID, BUCKNAa SUSPENDED FC« OPENER 

DEAN SMITH CORRECT TO BENCH TWO PLAYERS 

REID, BUCKNALL TRIAL DELAYED 

FANFARE/HARRIER AHACKED 

UNC PAIR TO PAY fOICAL BILLS 

UNO'S REID, BUCK-NAa PAY DAMAGES TO AVOID LAWSUIT 



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SUBJECTS 



f£ARING IS MONDAY FOR DURHAM FUGITIVE 

REID, BUCKNALL GET SEhfTENCES AFTER BAR FIGHT 

UNC'S REID, BUCKNALL SENTENCED 

CO^T UPHOLDS OBSCENITY CONVICTION 

UNC IN CJitf^T 

MLDSBCRO WOMAN CHARGED WITH HIHING MAN UITM ROX 

UAKE FOREST OFFICER TREATED 

ASSAU.TS, 0RM3E COWTY 

WOMAN GRABBED, MAN^^CH^GED 

TUO CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED ASSAULT 

MAN ROBBED OF HIS CASH AND CLOTHES 

ASSAULT CHARGE FILED 

HAI*ER ASSAULT TERM UNCHANGED^ ^^^^ 

TEEN-AGERS HURT IN PARKIhJG LOT FIGHT 

TEENS CHAR(ED IN SEPT. AFFRAY 

SHOTGIW PELLETS WOUND TW BOYS 

ASSAULTS, U.S. 

^.C:^!i?r'^T^^S TURN [€ADLI(CS WITH BEATING OF PURSE-SNATCHING... 

^°^ Cleans evangelist mes suaggart in suit 

^0<roiSASKED TO RETURN TO ASSEMBLY OF GOD MINISTRY 

16^ ACCUSES JIMMY SWAGGART OF ATTDf TING TO TAKE OVER PTL 

bK'ScS & KOTH M FOR 'MORAL FAILURE,' LEADERSHIP SAYS 

FQM^ k^^Y SAYS 'I DON'T WANT TO SEEIJWOCENT PEOPLE HURT' 

Pn^Y TAKE OJT LOAN,- BAKKERS STAY ON PAYROLL 

CHURCH UANTS TO QUESTION BAKKER'S SUCCESSOR 

tfl«, BAKKER TALK OF HEF; HOCTOUN „,,,^„ ,„_ 

BAKKER SWff^ISED BY HATRED FROM OT^ TV EVANOaiSTS 

DENOMINATION DELAYS BAKKER INVESTIGATION ^^^,_„ 

M^NG SET NEXT WEEK ON BAKKER, DORTCH RESIGNATIONS 

WOMAN SAYS TRYST INV0LI.O 2 EVANKLISTS 

O^RCH^ICIALS MEET TO ICCIDE ACTION ON BAKKER^ 

cffl LEADERS WON'T TALK ABOJT DECISIS ON BAKKER 

PTL FLAP MAY BOOST CHURCHES __ 

Ma<E FACTS SOMHT IN C1«<CH PROE£ 

MAN SAYS PTL BOARD PRESSURED INTO RESIGNI(« 

M^O^ LEADERS MEETING ON TUO PTL RESIGNATIONS 

^D DECLIhtS TO RELEASE DECISION ON BAKKER, DORTCH 

BAKKER, DORTCH BOOTED FROM MINISTRY 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

CrtJRCHES CALLED TO PRAYER 

DENOMINATIffl* KFIORES BAKKER'S EXTRAVAGANCE 

WKFrV? F«± MAY BENEHT okiRCH, POWER COOEAGUES SAY 

SlIES OF MD ^ING mIaNS TO BOOST ITS NUMBERS TO 5 MILLION 

ASSEMBLIES WOIUN'T PICK BAKKER 

ASSERTIVE LAW FOR NORTH CAROLINIANS (BOOK) 
SEE ALSO LAWYERS, N.C. 

^CTO^LAUYER/AUTOORi IF HE'S NOT PREPARING A CASE OR WRITING A BOOK,... 
'^^^jKeLLS FiRM TO STOP HIGH INTEREST RATE CHARGES 

^'^SMS? I£PT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

ASSOCIATED IWS AND RESTAURANTS CO. 
FIRM PICKED TO mi WJTEL 

ASStKIATO PRESS 

1 gti ^SiA^'pRESS NEWS ^mi 
survey: N.C. LAWMAKERS OPPOSE TAX INCREASES 
VETO ISSUE LIKELY TO SU<FACE AGAIN 
MERIT SELECTION GAINING SUPPORT ■ 



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3/27/1987 A 
3/27/1987 A 
3/27/1987 A 
3/29/1987 A 
3/29/1987 A 
3/31/1987 B 
3/31/1987 B 
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4/06/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/09/1987 
4/09/1987 
4/10/1987 
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5/07/1987 A 
5/08/1987 A 
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12/31/1987 



BY S U B J E 



N.C. PLANS TO KEEP TAX WINDFALL 

MANY LEGISLATORS FAVOR REQUIRING MINORS GET CmSEm FOR ABORTIONS 

ASSEMBLY HOTLY DIVICED ON TORT REFORM 

LOTTERY UfSWULAR UITH LAWMAKERS 

VETO U^SWULARi FEELINGS MIXED ON SUCCESSItW 

PRIVATE PRISONS UtfWULARj ABORTION FUND STILL DEBATED 

N.C. LOTTERY REMAINS UNPOPlfljifi 

N.C. LAWMAKERS LEAN TO STAYING IN a»ff>ACT 

CLEARING Tl€ RECORD 

ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWSMAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT ON 1-85 

VALEWTINE: use foreign aid for atom SMASHER 

GUARDIANSHIP OF THE ELDERLY t NEW LAW TO TAKE EFFECT 

THE BELLS THAT USED TO RING 

WHITING'S LAWSUIT DISMISSED 

T\£ REAGAN YOU GET IS NOT NECESSARILY THE REAGAN YOU SEE 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, COLLEGE BASKETBAU POLL 
FINAL AP TOP 20 
TAR HEELS MOVE UP TO NO. 3 
HAUKEYES TAKE POLL LEAD; HERS 2ND 
UNC NO. 1 AGAIN) DUKE SLIPS TO 13TH 
UNC T(^<ES OVER TOP SPOT IN AP POU 
REBS RU< BACK TO TOP 
FAJTARE: on THE PROWL 
REBELS REMAIN NO.l; (€ELS 3RD 
UM.V STILL ON TOP; DUKE MOVES TO 14 
U^C 2ND IN Fim. POLL 
SYRACUSE TOPS VOTING 
SYRACUSE GETS TOP SPOT; IfR HEELS THIRD 
TAR HEaS ROLL INTO NO. 1 POSITION IN POLL 
TAR HEELS TAKE TOP SPOT IN POLL 
KENTUCKY TAKES TOP SPOT 
AP TOP 20 

UNC DROPS TO 5TH; DUKE NOW IN TOP 10 
KENTUCKY STILL NO. li UNC 4TH, DUKE lOTH 
OLSON SAYS WILDCATS DESER\€ TO BE NO. 1 
DUKE HAS TW 10 DUO 

TOP TEAMS SHARE NO. 1 SPOT THIS SEASON 
ARIZONA STILL NO. 1; DIKE, UNC W.SO UNCHANGED 

ASSOCIATO PRESS, COLLEGE FOITBALL POLL 
UM.V SITS ATOP POa,- HERS NO. 2 
OKLAHOMA RA^B(ED NO. 1 IN AP POLL 
SOONERS STia RAM<ED FIRST 
OKUWOMA, (ORASKA ROIAIN 1-2 
UNC READY TO FIRE ANOTf£R 'BIG SHOT' 
SOOCRS STILL NO. 1; CLEMSON MOVES TO 8TH 
MIAMI'S CLOSING IN ON NEBRASKA FOR SECOND 
SYRACUSE P(«LAYS WIN INTO A TOP 10 RAWING 
SOONERS NO. 1; GAMECOCKS BREAK IN 19TH 
tCBRASKA CUTS INTO SOOfCRS* HOLD ON 1ST 

ASSOCIATED PRESS, CORRECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ERRORS 
CLEARING TfE RECORD 
CL£ARING TVE RECORD 
CORRECTION 
CLEARING THE RECORD 
CL£/«I||«3 TJ£ RECOy) 

DUKE POWER SPOKESMAN MISQUOTED IN STORY 
PLANE'S ROUTE aARIFIED 
CLEARING Tt€ RECORD 
CLEWING THE REOKD 

ASStKIATO PRESS ALL-AfCRICA TEAM (BASKETBALL AND FTOTBALL) 
FA^FARE: CLARK MW<ES AP TEAM 
SMITH, ROBINSON PICKID 1ST TEAM ALL-AtERICANS 
WmiHQ TOPS PRESEASON TEAM 
UNC'S REID NAfED TO A-A TEAM 
PARKER MAKES LITTLE AU-AMERICAN TEAM 



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12 N 


H 


2 1/27/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 2/03/1987 D 


3 C N 


H 


2 2/04/1987 D 


3 N 


H 


2 2/17/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 3/03/1987 D 


3 N 


S 


2 3/09/1987 D 


12 N 


S 


2 11/16/1987 D 


9 C N 


H 


2 11/17/1987 C 


1 C N 


H 


2 12/01/1987 D 


1 N 


S 


2 12/01/1987 D 


3 N 


S 


2 12/07/1987 D 


5 N 


s 


2 12/07/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 12/08/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 12/15/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 12/22/1987 D 


1 H 


S 


2 12/22/1987 D 


2 N 


S 


2 12/24/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 12/29/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 2/24/1987 C 


3 C N 


H 


2 8/23/1987 B 


1 C N 


H 


2 9/09/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 9/22/1987 D 


3 N 


H 


2 9/30/1987 D 


1 C N C36 


H 


2 9/30/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 10/06/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 10/20/1987 D 


1 C N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 D 


4 PN 


H 


2 11/03/1987 D 


1 C H 


H 


2 2/06/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 2/07/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 4/28/1987 C 


8 N 


H 


2 5/08/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 5/11/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 6/27/1987 D 


6 N 


S 


2 7/14/1987 B 


9 N 


H 


2 7/16/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 8/12/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 1/17/1987 D 


3 P N 


H 


2 3/10/1987 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 11/18/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 11/19/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 12/23/1987 D 


2 N 



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SUBJECTS 



PAK Itt 

1/21/B 

S 1 T 
E L Y 

-DATE — C -PG L P EYL 



^Tso"^ ^l!'fEoa'^A[^'^iNi'iM£R mmmt schools) ^ 

aWffiE'S BOLDIN N(*0 TO ALL-STATE g 

B^^BOJR fCADS ALL-STATE LIST ^ 

'^TSO^ y^f&?ff?th^YS^^^ KeKs IM£R E^ SOm.) 

AP NAfCS ROX N.C.'S Ttf FU^YER " 

ASSOCIATED PRESS HIGH SCHOa COACH CF T>€ YEAR 

M. ALM ^T^sf SPORTS (BOYS AW) GIRLS) (GEhCRAL ftADING) 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACFCS u 

F«f are: HAT^€SCN HONORED 5 

HILLER STATE'S TOP COACH g 

CHAPEL HIU'S MILLER RECEIVES lOP H»(OR H 



2 12/13/1987 C 1 P N 
2 12/14/1987 D 10 N 



2 4/05/1987 B 1 P N 



CHAPTER 



ASSKIATED PRESS Him SCKXL FOOTBAU PLAYER OF T>£ YEAR 

^ AL^ P^P^^, FOOTBALL (SEE ALSO f£AIlINGS UNICR INDIVIDUAL SOCOLS) 

BARBOlfl^ PLAYER OF YEAR ^,^ 2 

G(W€R'S B(«BOUR ?9EP PLAYER OF YEAR = 

^Tso"^ a?^TB^'^ ^ HEADINGS UNI£R INDIVHC^ SDmS) 
71ST mPS TO NO. 8 AFTZR LOSS 
F(WF(iRE/PA(S ONE 
PAGE REMAINS NO. 1 
FANF(«E/FR£P POLLS _, 

KNIGHTS f«. 6 IN Flf^PCa ,,,^, 
UNBEATEN TEAMS TCP F1^ RAWilNGS 
FPtftHEjm THE POLL 

ASa)CIATED STlltCNTS OF DUKE LWIV. 

SEE ALSO IWS IMV., STUI£NTS „ 

o^ uNUOsm TO ac« terrorism conference 

a^ campus PO-ICE STOPPING BLACK STUDENTS, TRUSTEES ARE TOD 
STUIiENT (3<0UP BACKS MARITAL fifiPZlM 
D(J<E STUDENTS SEEK CW*N(£ IN STATE LAW 
DIKE TO VOTE ffl< HOSPITAL TR/WSFER 

^^^iSfK Seeing ^m^ on supercolliio 

ASSOCIATION FC« CHILWSN 4 ADU.TS WITH l_EARNING DISABILITIES, liSm\ OfT. 

SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES ^ _ ^^,^^ „^„ 

'IWISIBLE HWJDIDirf" WITHIN SCOPE (? DURWtfi GRO*' 

ASSXIATION F(»? CHILDREN FOR DF(K»£NT OF SIPPORT 
SEE ALSO CHILD SlfffWT 
(»01J' FIGHTS FOR CHILD SU^f^T 

ASStriATION FOR T>€ AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO AFRICAN DANCE FESTIVAL 
DANCE ISCEPTIGN 

ASSXIATION FOR T>€ STUDY OF AFRChAKERICAN LIFE AND HISTORY, N.C 

^^AfS^ICAn"aS3^IATI0N to MEET in lijmh XT. 7 
DU^jiM TO HOST AFRO-AMERICAN MEET „^,„,„„^ 

S^SLAVERY TO FREEDOM' WAS BEGUN IN T^IDATION 
TODAY 'SY^ BLACKS FREQUENTLY UNAWARE OF GAIh«, JUDGE FRYE SAYS 

cKLLWsfaACK COLLEGES FACE TWEAT OF AiiANICNtCNT 
RS^W^iNISTRATIWTERMED 'ONE GFJCSJ imSSS' 
BLACK CCLL£(£S mOi TO SEEK BEST PUPILS 
BLACK CQLLEKS MUST Aft^T FOR aSMIVAL 
COVERAK COfWENDED. 

ASSXIATION (y ASIAN INDIANS IN AFRICA 



2 4/02/1987 D 
2 4/03/1987 D 
2 4/04/1987 D 



5 P N 
1 P N 
1 N 



2 12/15/1987 D 3 P 
2 12/15/1987 D 1 P 



S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 



10/15/1987 D 
10/21/1987 B 
10/21/1987 D 
11/04/1987 D 
11/11/1987 D 
11/11/1987 D 
11/12/1987 D 



1/20/1987 A 
3/02/1987 C 
4/15/1987 B 
4/16/1987 C 
9/26/1987 A 



10 

1 
16 



N 

N 

N 

N 

U &44 

N 

N 



N 

N S92 
N J40 
N 
N S92 



H 1 11/03/1987 C 1 N T32 



H 2 10/25/1987 C 6 N A« 



S 2 6/30/1987 A 6 D 



S 2 11/02/1987 B 1 P P C« 



9/23/1987 
10/03/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/10/1987 
10/11/1987 
10/11/1987 
10/12/1987 
10/15/1987 
11/17/1987 



! 

N 
N 

N )G 

N KJ 

P K3 

N N3 

N N3 

N S9 

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SEE ALSO ASSOCIATION OF INDIWJS IN AMERICA, N.C. CfWTER 
ASIAN INDIANS THRIVE IN TRIANGLE 

ASSOCIATION OF BLACK AMERICAN AMBASSADORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO U.S. EMBASSIES 
FORUM SCHEOi^ ON FOREIGN PO-ICY 

ASSOCIATION OF COUPLES FOR MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT 
SEE ALSO MARRIA(£ COUNSaORS 
SEE ALSO MARRIAGES, U.S. 
KEEPING WE MAGIC IN MARRIA(£ 

ASSOCIATION OF INDI/WS IN WtRICA, N.C. CHAPTER 
SEE ALSO ASSXIATION OF (Sim INDIANS IN AMERICA 
SEE ALSO INDIA 
SEE ALSO INDIANS, N.C. 
ASIAN INDIUMS THRIVE IN TRIANt^ 

ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 

SEE a^lCm ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS 

ASTERS 

SEE ALSO FLOWERS 
ASTERS FOUND tlL OVER mm CARXINA 

ASTWA 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 
CROMOLYN SODIUM BIG f€LP FOR ASTHMATIC ATHLETES 
MS. HOGSt€AD SERVES AS MODEL FOR ASTHMATICS 
OLYMPIAN DOESN'T LET ASTHMA SLOW HER DOWN 
ASTWIATICS SOUGHT FOR EPA STUDY 

ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO ASTRtMHIY 
SEE ALSO HARMONIC CONVERGENCE 
SEE ALSO HOROSCOPE 
H^^WONIC CONVERGENCE! A >£U AGE DAUNING? 

ASTRONAUTS 

SEE ALSO MERCURY 7 FOJNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 
SEE ALSO ROCKETS 
SEE ALSO SPACE TRAVEL 

DEADLI^E ms HOUSE UCMING INTO NIGHT 

NASA PICXS N.C. PILOT FOR SHUTTLE 

A i T DEDICATES BUILDING HONORING LATE ASTRONAUT 

MERCURY 7 TEAM HONORS SCHOLARS 

T0GET1€R AGAIN 

LET THE GAftS BEGIN 

MERCURY 7 ASTRWiAUTS GIVE BOOST TO (WTION'S EDUCATIONAL STANDARD 

1ST ASTRONAUTS BACK f£W 'RIGHT STIFF' BREED 

ASTRONOMY 

SEE ALSO ASTROLOGY 

SEE ALSO COMETS (ASTRONOMY) 

SEE ALSO ECLIPSES 

SE ALSO G^IAXIES 

SEE ALSO l€TEORS 

SEE ALSO OBSERVATORY 

SEE ALSO PLAJCTS 

SEE ALSO SPACE RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO STARS 

SEE ALSO SYZYGY 

SEE ALSO IWIV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL MORE)€AD PLANETARIUM 

SYZYGY TIDES NORTH AMERICA OVER fCW YEAR'S HCLIDAYS 

ASTRONOMY COURSE OFFERED 

YOUNGSTERS CAN LEARN ABOUT tCTEORS 

EVIDENCE FOR UNKNOWN GALACTIC GAS CLOUDS FOUND 

VENUS OCCULTATION SATURDAY 

MOON TO HIDE VENUS 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 9/11/1987 B 1 P F S27 



H 2 11/03/1987 A 15 N 



H 2 2/09/1987 A 6 T F Zll 



S 2 9/11/1987 B 1 P F S27 



S 2 9/04/1987 B 2 F 



H 2 4/18/1987 B 6 U 

S 2 4/23/1987 A 7 P F G59 

H 2 4/28/1987 B 5 P F C60 

H 2 10/29/1987 C 11 N 



H 1 8/15/1987 C 1 P N 080 



5/28/1987 D 
A/08/1987 B 
6/13/1987 C 
7/17/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/18/1987 
7/18/1987 
7/20/1987 



N 

N 

N B12 
P N S92 
P P S76 
P P X09 
P N M97 

E 



H 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 B 


7 N 


S 


2 


2/16/1987 B 


1 P P S27 


S 


2 


4/18/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


n 


4/23/1987 D 


5 N U80 


S 


2 


4/24/1987 B 


1 N 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



miUS, .AJPITER HAVE CLOSE ENCOUNTER TIESDAY 

PLANETARIUM PLANS NIGHT OF 'SCOPING 

.XPITER'S fflJT IN MORNING 

LOOK FOR METEORS, PLANETS _ ^^^ 

OFFBEAT history: THE DOG DAYS OF AUGUST 

HARMONIC CONVERGENCE! A NEU AGE DAVWING? 

TWO ECLIPSES OF STARS ON VIEW IN SEPT. SKY ^_ 

SKYUATC1€RS TO HAVE PICK OF T>£ GLITTER IN OCTOKR 

SHOOTINGSTARS UUl APPEAR IN THE SKY TOMORROW NIGHT 

NOVEMBER'S NIGHTS: fETEORS AND JU='ITER'S MOONS 

ASTRONOttR AT IMI BACKS SLCBJ GALAXY FOOWTION IKA 

ASTRONOMERS TWINK MIUY WAY 18 BILLION YEARS OLD 

ASTROTl^ 

^E W.SO GRASS (LAW) 
TURFGRASS INDUSTRY IS GROWING IN (fflRTH CARaiNA 

AT RANDOM <Sm SPQKTS COUM) 

AT Rii^DOM (HERALD SPORTS COLlWf) 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANIiOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

AT RANDOM 

ATAYTft 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAi€S OF SPECIFIC DIESES) 
UNC MAKES BREAKTtWJUOH IN BREAST CANCER RESEARCH 

'^™'6SbORO HOSPITAL TESTS LASERS ON CLOGGED ARTERIES 

UNC TO COORDINATE STATISTICS FOR STUDY OF STROKE F-REVENTION 

ATf€Y PRODUCTS CORP. 

AT>€Y PROFITS SOAR „ „,^ 

NEU LAWSUIT COSTS COO CREATE »4 CIGARETTE P^ 
UOMENPONDERING IF CAREER OBJECTIVE IS WORTH THE EFFORT 
EARNINGS DIGEST 
ATHEY DIVIIOm DECLARED 

ATHLETES 

ytoT&'^restless: young pros cope with fa/c (m^ cop ajT 

NAVY SHCUUiN'T SHOW ATHLETES FAVORITISM 
BLl£ CROSS PROMOTES N.C. ATHLETES CN RADIO 
STARCHY FOODS HELP FUa ATR£TES ,^ ,„ ^,_, 
WANT BIG-NAME ATHLETES? '87 FESTIVAL'S GOT THEM 

JSl^^^E^fNG^S^^fli^pK DEUX BE^EEN WEIGHT AND ^mTH 
SERVICE FEEDS tmER'l OLYMPIANS 

ATHLETES, ACADEMIC STANDARDS 

SEE ALSO PROPOSITION 48 

DIKE LOSES HENDERSON TO ACADEMIC INELIGIBILITY 

FANFARE : vmsr appeals 

ACC CHANCELLORS MAKE GOOD POINTS ^^ ^_^ „ _.. 
TOUGHER COLLEGE ADMISSION STANDARDS PENALIZE mfiE BLACKS 
PREP DIRECTOR FIGHTING GF'A REQUIREMENT 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C -P6 L P BYL 



5/03/1987 
5/03/1987 
7/12/1987 
8/02/1987 
8/15/1987 
8/15/1987 
8/30/1987 
9/30/1987 
10/20/1987 B 
10/29/1987 C 
12/07/1987 C 
12/21/1987 A 



F C60 

N 

F 

F 

H 

N 080 

N C60 
D N 
D F 
D N 

N 

N U80 



S27 



S 2 4/24/1987 C 9 N 



S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 

S 2 



2/18/1987 D 1 



3/24/1987 D 
4/01/1987 D 
4/15/1987 D 
4/24/1987 C 



5/01/1987 D 1 



5/08/1987 D 

5/20/1987 D . 

5/28/1987 B 1 

6/17/1987 D 1 

7/08/1987 D 1 

7/31/1987 D 1 

8/05/1987 D 1 

9/01/1987 D 1 

10/29/1987 B 1 

11/19/1987 B 1 

12/08/1987 B 1 

12/16/1987 D 1 



U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U D18 
U DIB 

U Die 

U D18 
U D18 
U D18 

U Die 
U Die 

U DIB 

u Die 

U D18 

u Die 

U D18 
U D18 
U D18 



H 2 5/21/1987 A 1 N C60 



H 
H 


2 
2 


3/22/1987 D 
3/26/1987 D 


3 N 

4 N U5( 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 7/19/1987 B 
2 8/09/1987 B 
2 8/27/1987 D 
2 10/29/1987 C 
2 12/02/1987 D 


7 N 

10 P U 

7 N 

4 N 

5 N 


H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/03/1987 A 
2/15/1987 B 
4/21/1987 A 
6/15/1987 A 
7/12/1987 C 
7/12/1987 G 
7/13/1987 B 
7/19/1987 E 
7/21/1987 B 


4 E 
6 P N 
4 E 
9 N 
1 N C6( 

3 F cs; 

1 N C6i 
1 T F Zl 
1 P F G5 


H 
H 
S 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 


1/06/1987 B 
1/07/1987 B 
1/13/1987 A 
3/19/1987 A 
3/20/1987 C 


4 N D7 
4 P N 
4 U 
4 L 
4 N 



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ADWIS: HIGH SCroOL SPORTS IN DANGER OF LOSING 'Pt^ITY' 
HIGH SCHOa SPORTS SHOO BE LEFT ALONE 
VEB(*£ Ehf HASIZED ACADEMICS AT MILLBROOK 
TENACITY PAYS OFF 
fanfare; ACADEMIC HONORS 

fimiham 'regrets' fenner case 

a scries of boners 

fanfare: making the grade 

unc-cw»pa hill's admissions questiofcd after fenjcr's («rest 

fanfare: seivold honored 

VA. TECH cites ACADEMIC UOES IN BASKETBAU 

KRZYZEWSKI: ICDIA focuses on ICGATI^ ASPECTS OF ATHLETICS 

MEDIA NOT TO BLAME FOR ATrtTTES' IMAGE 

UNC RECEIVER DANia TO MISS YEAR 

FACU.TIES FAULTO FOR FAILING TO DETECT SPORTS SCANDALS 

report: UNC SCHOOLS ADMITTING MORE SCHOLARLY ATRETES 

REPORTS PLEASE UNC ADMINISTRATORS 

FANFARE/DUKE ACADEMICS 

DUKE LEADS ACADEMIC PACK 

TALE OF 2 POTENTIAL STARS t«0 STRAYED IN CLASSROOMj DU<E'S tCNDERSON... 

TALE OF 2 POTENTIAL STARS UHO STRAYED IN CLASSROOM; UNC'S MADDEN... 

UNC FACULTY IM3ED TO INSPIRE ATHLETES 

CRUH MISHANDLING MAY imi UNIVERSITY 

FANFARE/ACC BRAIN TEAM 

ASSISTANT'S STORY? T>IE DICK CRUH NOBODY KNOWS 

FANFARE/DIMINICK HONORED 

FACULTY GIVES BRa4N G(X1D MARKS 

ATH^TES, ALCOHO. 
SEE ALSO ALCOHOL 
PRO SPORTS AND BEER 

ATHLETES, DRUG ABUSE 

SEE DRUG ABUSE, ATHLETES 

ATHXTES, HANDICAPPED 
SEE ALSO HANDIWPPED 
DISABLED OR NOT, THEY'RE XYMPIC-CLASS ATHLETES 
DISABLED ATHLETES GET TTCIR CHANCES, TOO 
DEAF, BLIND WRESTLERS PIN HANDICAPS ON MAT 

UHEaCHAIR TEfWIS: WHEN PLAYING ABLED-BODIED FOES, TAKE NO PRISOMER-S 
INTENT ON TENNIS 

VOLLEYBALL CWPETITION TOUGH, BUT FRIENDLY 
ATHLETE KEEPS PACE IN l*€aCWIR TENNIS 
STRIVING FOR NORMALCY: USA PITCJCR JIM ABBOH »«RCOMES mSHCtf 

ATH.ETES, SALARIES 

SEE ALSO SALARIES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, REVEfftES 

A MILLIONAIRE'S STATS 

fanfare: EARNHARDT EARNINGS 

FAWARE/EARNINGS BY EARNHARDT 

EARNHARDT HAS HIS SWRE OF CASH, BUT OTfOS HAVE POINTS TO PROVE 

ATrtiTES, SUSPENSIC»IS 

SEE ALSO COLLEK BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE FOOTBAU 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, SCANDALS 

REID, BUCKNALL SUSPENDED 

UNC'S REID, BUCKNALL SUSPENDED FOR WENER 

DEAN SMITH CORRECT TO BENCH TWO PLAYERS 

GATLIN, UALKER ALLOWED TO PRACTICE WITH TERPS 

KBWEDY LEARNS LESSON, BACK IN IWA UNIFORM 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 
SEE ALSO (£ORGIA 

source: rjr move not unfounded mm 

RJR NABISCO CONFIRMS MOVE IS BEING STUDIED 
RJR NABISCO MOVING MAIN OFFICE TO GA. 
UINSTON-SALEM FOLKS: l«'LL SURVIVE 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


p 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


H 


2 4/03/1987 B 


2 N 


s 


2 4/06/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/10/1987 B 


6 P N D8S 


H 


2 5/14/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 6/03/1987 D 


4 P N 


H 


2 6/04/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 6/07/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 6/10/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 6/15/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 6/25/1987 D 


4 P N 


H 


2 7/03/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 8/01/1987 D 


1 P N 


s 


2 8/04/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/15/1987 D 


4 N C36 


H 


2 9/23/1987 B 


3 N D80 


H 


2 10/09/1987 C 


1 N L90 


H 


2 10/09/1987 C 


2 N L90 


H 


2 11/03/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 11/04/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/17/1987 D 


2 P N M14 


H 


2 11/17/1987 D 


2 P N M14 


H 


2 11/21/1987 C 


1 N L90 


S 


2 12/02/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/03/1987 C 


4 P N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 C 


8 P F C36 


H 


2 12/11/1987 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 A 


6 N B81 


H 


2 1/03/1987 A 


4 E 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


5/30/1987 C 
7/12/1987 G 
7/18/1987 C 
7/18/1987 C 
7/20/1987 A 
7/21/1987 C 
7/22/1987 D 
7/26/1987 C 


1 N U27 

6 F C66 
1 P N U27 
1 P N U27 

7 P P C45 
1 P U S92 
5 N G52 
1 P N C68 


H 
H 
H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 


2/20/1987 A 

7/21/1987 D 

7/28/1987 B 

11/08/1987 C 


4 E 
12 P N 

4 P N 
17 P N U60 



11/03/1987 A 
11/04/1987 D 
11/07/1987 A 
12/'25/1987 C 
12/27/1987 C 



1 N 
1 P N M14 
4 E 
1 P N 
1 P N M14 



2 1/12/1987 B 14 N 

2 1/13/1987 B 9 N 

2 1/16/1987 A 1 P N 

2 1/16/1987 A 1 N 



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BUYERS OF MOBILE HOt€S BETTER AT REPAYING LOANS 

F^S TEAH*^ TO ATU«^TA PRISON SITE 
SEND TWJGS BACK TO CUBA 

'^'^'^AL^ STOCK CAR RACING 

giJSl^/S^XrTlME CREW, CAPTURES ATU^A 500 RACE 

atlanta braves 
^^tcaKdWs in kohminsk's future 

HARPER, TIBURCIO GO TO TI^ 

PERRY, OBERKFELL POWER BRMtS UIN 

P^Y ReSy THIS TIME FOR BRAVES FRST BASE XB 

EXaWIGE OF COAOES BISjEST BRADS' NOISE 

bEdECIDETOLET HERCKER grow in DURHAM 

BRAVES DISCOVER 'BOWSER' NO MG 

E LOSELEADOFF HIHER HCfflD TO INJWIY 
BLAUSER ACCEPTS KMOTION 
TA^8CR EXCITED ABOUT THE FUTlflS 

E SG^T?^''™sSfTHTl?VEN PROMOTION TO GREENVILLE 

THOMAS SINKS EX-EULL FISHER __ 

bSuSER'S 0.OVE EARNS PROMOTION 

^A^ls SIGN 27, BUT NOT TtF PICK 

m»kl SWmi DOWN ON TVE FARM, SAYS GM 

mIs' TOPDRAFT PICK MAY PITCH IN DURHAM 

Srf fe'°BU^"''^'MQuTrQUICKLY CLIMBING MAJOR LADDER 

ITt^S^orTseWcK'in major im^B^^ ,^ 

BAIL^LIKELY a^OICE TO RETURN AS BULLS' MANAGER IN '88 

'^^S^'^INO TO PROVE NFL WORTH 

''^AC^WIN EXHIBITION IN CHARLOTTE 
HAt*;S ACQUIRE CHRIS WASHBUW 

ATLANTA .^XIRNAL-CONSTITUTION (NEWSPAPER) 
HAWIONDS UNRUFFLO OVER ATLANTA JOB 

''''%^?mUCAT^ SEEK SCHOOLS 'mSTINATLANTA 
H^SmJsTl^TER EYED FOR ATLANTA SmBLS JOB 
KmEDUCATORS STILL CONSIDKm FOR ATLANTA JOB 
OTHER CITIES LIKE M SUPEKINTENDENT 
HAMMONDS SET TO INTERVIEW IN ATLANTA 
HAMMONDS ON ATLANTA'S TOP 4 

SSi^^TS^^Sll^lNSrFORSCHOa^^ 
ATLANTA SCHOOL OFFICIALS MEET ON TOP POSITION 
HAMMONDS AMONG ATLANTA'S FINAL 3 
H^W^ SAID STILL IN RUNNING FOR GA. JOB 

s^; ifffi f h^Sn^^^^iBb 

^h^'fn SS^cKS^HiDS TO ^INK TWICE 

BOARD'S SQUABBLE CLOUK ATLANTA JOB'S APFtAL 

HAMMONDS AWAITS UOR'D ON ATLANTA XB 

ATLANTA DOESN'T HIRE HAMMONDS 

KnDS not ready TO PURSUE ANY NEW JOBS 

HAMMONDS UM^UFFLED OV€R ATLj^NTA JOB 

SmeKnEWED by DURHAM SUPPORT 
ATLANTIC AND N.C. RAILROAD 



S I T 
E L Y 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 5/24/1967 F 1 N 

H 2 9/06/1987 D 5 T J 

H 2 11/26/1987 A 1 N 

H 2 11/26/1987 A 4 E 



W09 



S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



s 

H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 



11/21/1987 B 
11/23/1987 B 



1/20/1987 D 
1/28/1987 D 
3/10/1987 C 
3/10/1987 C 
4/01/1987 B 
4/02/1987 D 
4/04/1987 D 
4/04/1987 D 
4/04/1987 B 
4/06/1987 D 
5/05/1987 D 
6/03/1987 D 
6/05/1987 C 
7/04/1987 D 
7/05/1987 B 
8/09/1987 C 
8/13/1987 B 
8/16/1987 B 
8/25/1987 B 
10/07/1987 D 
10/11/1987 B 
11/15/1987 C 



2 P N 

3 P N 



U GSO 
N 
N 
N 

U C52 
U C52 
U C52 
N C52 
U P52 
U P52 
NC52, 
NC5I 
N i 
N 

N C52 
N 

N P52 
H C52 
N C52 

N ca 

N CS 

N cs: 



H 2 8/21/1987 C 3 P N 



2 10/17/1987 B 4 
2 12/16/1987 D 1 P 



H 2 12/16/1987 C 1 



H 2 
H 2 
H 2 



10/17/1987 A 
10/18/1987 C 
10/19/1987 A 
10/23/1987 A 
10/27/1987 C 
11/03/1987 C 
11/16/1987 A 
11/21/1987 C 
11/23/1987 C 
11/24/1987 C 
11/24/1987 C 
11/27/1987 A 
12/01/1987 C 
12/03/1987 B 
12/11/1987 B 
12/12/1987 A 
12/14/1987 C 
12/15/1987 A 
12/15/1987 A 
12/16/1987 C 
12/20/1987 D 
12/24/1987 A 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



RAILROAD (CRGER DISCUSSED 
2 RAILROAIi COMPANIES IN N.C. 

ATLANTIC BEACH, N.C. 

ATLANTIC BEACH BRIDGE K>ENS 



STILL TALKING MERGER 



ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEK 
2 NAMED TO DEANS LIST 

REAVES ELECTED CLASS SENATOR AT UILSON COLLEGE 
ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEK GRADUATES 249 
32 COLLEGE STUDENTS MAKE WHO'S 1*0 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEK SPORTS, BASKETBALL 

HIU'S 22 SEND EAGLES aYING PAST FAYETTEVILLE ST., 104-77 
CATAWBA 83, ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN 74 
UNC« 90, ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN 63 
MT. OLIVE 97, ACC 96 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 

LIGHT BLUE HYDRANTS HAVE S«C ACC FANS SEEING RED 
NEW ACC competition: GIVING BLOOD 

ATUWriC COAST CO^FERENCE, ATHETE OF THE YEAR 

SEE mnvm j. mckev^in auard 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASEBALL 

DU<E TO RETURN TO ACC BASEBALL TOJRNEY 

DUKE PLAYERS GLAD TO BE BACK IN ACC TOURNEY 

HEaS DIW lEACS UITH HOffiRS 

DUKE, DARKNESS OVERTAKE RIDER 

UNC H(B€RS TOO MUCH FOR DIKE 

ESPITO'S PATCIMIRK WOLFPACK MAKING EARLY MARK ON LEAGUE 

DAVIS, UOLFPACK KM) DUKE, 7-3 

CWPBELL DUMPS BLl£ DEVILS, 5-4 

TIGERS GET SPLIT, LEAD ACC BASEBALL 

UNCC SURPRISES PACK; DUKE, UNC WIN 

STATE S«EP GIVES COACH 500 

TAR HEaS RALLY, aAIM INVITATIONAL 

BELL'S ws Fua m: rout of duke 

TIGERS TAKE CHARGE; rtJGHES KEEPS UNC (CAR ACC LEADERS 

WOLFPACK'S TURTLE GETS BEST OF TERPS 

UNC SWEEPS 2 FROM CAVS 

FfflJLER, BLIE lEVILS TOP STATE 

Wi^RICAfES BLOW BY tcas IN 6TH 

TECH, TIGERS FAVORED; OTHERS ON THE BRINK 

JACKETS RALLY TO BEAT DEVILS 

CLEMSON IWJLS TAR HEaS; PACK WALKS BY TECH 

TAR teas aiMINATE WJKE IN 12 IWINGSj TECH TOPS DEACS 

STATE, TECH REACH FINAL 

JACKETS BLANK PACK, WRAP UP ACC TITLE 

FiStfTARE: PACK INVITED 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL (hEN) 
IRISH HAND TERPS FIRST LOSS 
DIKE, UVA SERIES ENTERS HEM ERA 
ACC PLAY STARTS TODAY 
DUKE MANHANDLES YOUNG(?) CAVS 
STRICKLAND TO MISS GAME WITH INDIANS? 
WADE WINNING RESPECT IN ACC 
CLEMSON'S PAST HOVERS ENTERING ACC, STATE GAfE 
DIKE-UNC OUTCOME MAY BID WARNING 
TAR htaS TEAR UP 'fCW' TERRAPINS 
TW tec TODAY 

•HURRY UP' RULE SHOIAD MAKE LIFE INTERESTING IN ACC 
UNC'S WOLF A REAL PAIN FOR DUKE 
CL£MSON BREAKS WAKE'S f€ART 
DRIESELL ENJOYING NEW ROLE OFF COURT 
TERPS TO TEST DEVILS 

TAR HEaS iWQ aSE?) ARE ACC TEAM TO BEAT 
'EX-ROOKIE' REID TAKES COfWND 



D — DATE- 



PAGE 123 
1/21/88 

S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



6/19/1987 A 
8/16/1987 C 



2 10/08/1987 A 
2 10/31/1987 C 



1/23/1987 C 
1/25/1987 C 
3/25/1987 D 
3/26/1987 D 
3/27/1987 C 
3/30/1987 B 
4/01/1987 B 
4/02/1987 D 
4/05/1987 B 
4/09/1987 D 
4/12/1987 B 
4/13/1987 B 
4/15/1987 B 
4/18/1987 D 
4/19/1987 B 
4/20/1987 B 
4/23/1987 D 
5/11/1987 D 
5/13/1987 D 
5/14/1987 D 
5/15/1987 C 
5/16/1987 D 
5/17/1987 B 
5/18/1987 B 
5/19/1987 D 



1/01/1987 D 
1/03/1987 B 
1/03/1987 B 
1/05/1987 D 
1/05/1987 D 
1/06/1987 B 
1/07/1987 B 
1/09/1987 C 
1/09/1987 D 
1/10/1987 B 
1/11/1987 B 
1/12/1987 D 
1/12/1987 D 
1/13/1987 B 
1/14/1987 D 
1/16/1987 D 
1/19/1987 D 



14 
11 



H 2 4/18/1987 A 11 P P 



S 2 1/16/1987 B 5 N 

S 2 5/28/1987 A 13 N 

S 2 5/30/1987 A 11 N 

S 2 12/23/1987 A 7 M 



H 2 2/08/1987 B 5 N 

S 2 12/07/1987 D 12 N 

H 2 12/13/1987 C 4 N 

H 2 12/19/1987 D 2 N 



17 N 
1 P N A80 



1 

12 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 
2 
10 
2 
3 
4 
3 



N 

N G50 

N 

N 

N 

N C68 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



1 P N C49 



2 P N 
4 N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N C68 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N D71 
N F25 
U F25 
N 

U P52 
N D71 
U D71 
U D18 
N 

N M14 
U D18 
N 
N 

N F25 
U D18 
U D18 



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/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 121- 

i/2i/a4- 



T(« tGLS LEADING ACC RACE __ 
UNC, WAKE FOREST HEET IN C0LISEW1 
•PACK'S PERFORMANCE MAKES DUKE LOOK SICK 
TIGERS FIND NEU SUCCESS NO St^RISE ^ 
HEaS DISPOSE OF DEACS IN SEMND HALF 
BUE DEVILS TO TEST TIKRS' CREDENTIALS 
SKIDDING TECH TAKES ON hELS 
Arr TODAY 
UJC ROaS ... WITHOUT KEWJY SMITH 

CAUAaER^ffiT'raJL BACK IN Tt€IR GAfE 

UHICTLE^TE: sSuPRULE CATCHES UP UITH PACK 

YELLOU JACKETSKAYO VISITING BLUE DEVILS 

Pffiire, IRISH FOCUS SIWS ON TCP-RANKED TAR^HEELS 

T^icELS LEAD ALL-ACC PARADE AT MID-POINT, TOO 

TECH TRIMS SCRAFPY TERPS 

TERPS VISIT DEVILS TODAY 

DUll TAKES AIM AT HARVARD, UIN NO. 20 

UNC'S SMITH GOES FOR 600 

Ss^UStES^TR^TE NOT NO. 600, BUT ACC REPUTATION 

HEELS GET REST FOR ACC WARS 

DU<E OVERCOMES FiilTERING 'PACK ^^^^ ^,^^ 

T^nmS'SMITH EXPECTED TO GO IN FIRST ROUND 

K3ING FOR IT 

PICK A COACH 

Z^M^A^AlJl^rM^rHIT WITH ^'S SMITH 
IJNC COMPLETES LEAGIE SWEEP, DUffS 6A. TECH 

^^ON-Sg'Sy'iS the MOST IMPORTANT 

UNC reSHMAN CENTER J.R. REI? (CARTOON) 

DEAN GETS WHISTLES FROM CAVS' KFegE 

mit TOP Aa ROOKIE; ELLIS NAMED TOP COACH 
LET'S WIN - WITHOUT SHAME 

re &?!^Pl£NTY ^ OFFICIOS IN FI^«^ 4 
VIRGINIA ADDS JUCO TO BASKETBALL SIGNINGS 
EvS IN OFF-SEASW, ACC'S CONTENDERS SURFACE 

r StSi?^ VtHING for all CONCERNED 
5^S^°S?^1cTbig «BST ^^^^^ ^^^ 

SMITHl OF 5 FROM ACC PROJECTED FOR FIRST ROUND 
BEER AND ACC GAMES COULD BE BAD MIXTURE 

i#rSbrLffi-MrTo pack-s s^^, 

TAR Hm-S^SMITH STILL QUIET ON STATUS OF REID, BUCKNAU 

S^dIaCKMAy'cH^Kt'tRADITION HEaS' RANK AND FIL£ 
[WRKRUITS BEGIN FILLING DOTTED LINE WEDNESDAY 
DEACONS SIGN TW£E RECRUITS 

GETT^ T^ POINT) THE 'COACH ON TVE FLOOR' MUST K A JACK Cf ALL 
1987-88 MIANTIC COAST CO^mBCE WSKETBAU SOJTOjILE 
KRZYZEUSKI FORESEES SEASON SIMILAR TO '85 FOR ACC TEAMS 
AT RANDOM 

fN^e^K^SHHEN STRONG IN ACC 
COlEffi BASKETBALL'S BEST... AND WORST 
ACC BASKETBALL SCHEKJLE 

li^'.'sfAi^f^^^iniN^^ INTO THICK Of THINGS 
GEORGIA TECH, CLEMSON POST WINS 



N 
P 

S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
TRADES H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 



S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 



2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



1/19/1987 D 
1/22/1987 D 
1/22/1987 B 
1/23/1987 C 
1/23/1987 D 
1/23/1987 D 
1/24/1987 D 
1/24/1987 B 
1/26/1987 D 
1/28/1987 D 
1/28/1987 D 
1/30/1987 C 
1/30/1987 D 
1/31/1987 B 
2/01/1987 C 
2/02/1987 D 
2/07/1987 B 
2/10/1987 D 
2/11/1987 D 
2/11/1987 D 
2/13/1987 C 
2/18/1987 B 
2/20/1987 D 
2/22/1987 B 
2/22/1987 B 
2/24/1987 B 
2/26/1987 B 
3/01/1987 B 
3/02/1987 B 
3/02/1987 D 
3/03/1987 A 
3/04/1987 D 
3/06/1987 D 
3/08/1987 B 
3/11/1987 D 
3/12/1987 A 
3/23/1987 D 
3/25/1987 D 
4/10/1987 C 
4/12/1987 B 
4/26/1987 B 
5/03/1987 B 
5/14/1987 D 
5/15/1987 D 
6/21/1987 B 
6/23/1987 D 
6/23/1987 
6/24/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
8/02/1987 - 
10/18/1987 B 
11/02/1987 B 
11/02/1987 D 
11/08/1987 C 
11/08/1987 C 
11/12/1987 B 
11/17/1987 D 
11/17/1987 D 
11/17/1987 D 
11/18/1987 D 
11/19/1987 B 
11/20/1987 D 
11/20/1987 D 
11/20/1987 D 
11/20/1987 D 
11/29/1987 C 
U/30/1987 B 
12/07/1987 D 



1 I 

1 

1 

4 

1 

4 

1 

1 
12 

2 

9 

8 

9 

3 

1 

24 

43 

1 

1 

12 

13 

15 

26 

4 

2 

4 



N 

N M14 

N F25 

N 

N 

N F25 

N M14 

N 

U P52 

U D71 

N C52 

U C52 

U B15 

N F25 
U D71 
N 
N 

N C52 
N D71 
U F25 
U D71 
N 

N F25 
N M14 
P X65 
U D18 

' N 

• N M14 

■ N D71 

■ N 
E 

U F25 

• T C50 
N 

> N 
E 

U D71 
■' N C52 
N 

N D71 
N D71 
N D71 
N 
P U F25 
? N D71 
P N D71 
P N 
E 

N D71 
E 

U F25 
P N C36 
P N M14 
N M14 
N F25 
N M14 
N M14 
N 

T R56 
N C52 
I 

N C52 
U D18 
N F25 
N A76 
F 
I 

N M14 
N 
N 



i. 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



LSU NIPS TERPS ON FINAL SHOT 
GEORGIA TECH RaLSi WAKE, UIRGINIA LOSE 
WOLFPACK TO FACE CREIGHTON IN RAINBOW 
JACKETS STIFF AUBURN 
CHICAGO BILLISH ON JORUM 

ATLANTIC COAST COMHERENCE, BASKETBALL (UO«EN) 
SEE ALSO WOMEN, SPORTS 
SEE ALSO WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (GE^CRALi SEE M.SO f€ADINGS UNDER EACH SCHCXIL) 

WOJCN'S BASKETBALL SNUBBED 

ACC WOMEN OPEN PLAY TOMORROW 

ACC WOMEN'S TOURNEY OPENS 

MARYLAND RS TRIP UP DEVILS; UNC, 'PACK FACE 3RD MEETING 

DUKE, UNC, STATE IN WWEN'S TOURtCY 

POi€R SHIFT MAY BE APPARENT ON WAY TO WMN'S TITLE 

WOMEN'S SCtCDULES 



ATLANTIC aWST COffflRENCE, BASKETBW.L, POINT GUARDS 

TIP OFF '88 H 

GETTIM} Tffi POINT; THE 'COACH ON THE FLOOR' (ftJST BE A JACK OF ALL TRADES H 



ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL, SPEED-UP RULE 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBAU, RILES AND REGULATIONS 
WHISTLEGATE: speed-up rule catches up WITH PACK 
ft«AKAT: IT'S COACHES' RULE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL SCHEDU-ES 

1987-88 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBAa SCHEDtlE 
ACC BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, BASKETBALL TOUR^EY <hEN) 

POST nV£', ACC TEAMS JOCKEY FOR TOLRNAICNT POSITION 

A DEVILISH DILEIW* FOR CREMINS, JACKETS 

ACC 'SWEEPSTAKES' NEARING 

A BASKETBALL SEASON OF BESTS AND WORSTS 

TOURNEY GLOW NOT AS BRIGHT 

FIRST ROUND ACTION 

BASKETBALL/THE NATION 

BOGUES HOPES TO KEEP PLAYING 

MOST ACC TICKETS GO TO DONWS 

LEUIS; MARYLMD WROMi IN FAILING TO HCmOR BIAS 

AT LAST, ANSVKRS TO ACC'S PUZZLE 

FRONT RtW VIEW 

ACC OPENS WITH SURPRISES, DRAMA: POISON EICRGES... 

DEEP WATERS AHEAD FOR MAYLAND'S WAI£ 

ACC OPENS WITH SIRPRISES, DRAMA! DU<E SENT PACKING BY STUBBORN STATE 

UPSET! DEACONS TANK JVE TIGERS 

DEJA VU! VIRGINIA ESCAPES JACKETS 

EVEN WITHOJT CLINE, DEACONS FRT GAJC GOING THEIR WAY 

N.C. STATE DECKS WKE IN OVERTIME 

LEBO UNSUNG HERO FOR HEELS 

OVERDl£ DEACONS 0VERCO« TIGERS 

VIRGINIA EARNS SHOT AT fCELS 

DEVILS PACK IT IF IN ACC 

UNO'S J.R. REID GOES UP AGAINST U.VA.'S TOM SHEETE 

DOUBLE duty: UNC, N.C. STATE IN FINAL- DEACS' DOMAIN NOT OT... 

JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE ACC TOURNAfENT 

DOUBLE EUTY: IM, N.C. STATE IN FINAL; HEELS ESCAPE BEHIND KENNY SMITH 

HEaS, CAVS HAVE DRAINED FEELING 

TOUaCST DUTY FOR BOGUES: RIDING BENCH 

ACC TOURNAf€NT/AT A GLA(«E 

DEAN GETS WHISTLES FROM CAVS' DEFENSE 

JOYOUS WOLFPACK FANS CELEBRATE THEIR VICTORY DESPITE RAIN IN RALEIGH 

HEELS IN CHAPEL HILL SUBDUED 

PACK REAOCS H3AL, WINS ACC TITLE: VALVANO'S NEW MIRACLE SMACKS OF 

PACK REACHES GOAL, WINS ACC TITLE: BROUN, DEL NEHffl STOP tfC... 

6 ACC TEAMS GET BIDS TO NCAA TOUWEY 

WEEMS reNIES SMITH BALL, WRECKS UNC PLANS 

ACC TOURNA^ENT/ AT A GLANCE 

TITLE WIN SPARKS WALVANO fEMORIES 



H 
H 
H 
S 
S 

s 

S 
S 

s 

H 
CI H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



83 



D — DATE- 



S 

E 
C -P6 



12/14/1967 D 
12/21/1987 D 
12/28/1987 D 
12/31/1987 C 
12/31/1987 C 



1/23/1987 A 
2/27/1987 D 
2/28/1987 D 
3/01/1987 B 
3/09/1987 D 
11/17/1987 D 
11/17/1987 D 



11/17/1987 D 
11/17/1987 D 



2 11/17/1987 D 
2 11/20/1987 D 



2/25/1987 D 
3/05/1987 D 
3/05/1987 D 
3/05/1987 B 
3/05/1987 B 
3/06/1987 A 
3/06/1987 
3/06/1987 
3/06/1987 
3/06/1987 
3/06/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 B 
3/07/1987 B 
3/07/1987 B 
3/07/1987 B 
3/07/1987 B 
3/08/1987 A 
3/08/1987 B 
3/08/1987 B 
3/08/1987 B 
3/08/1987 B 
3/08/1987 B 
3/08/1987 B 
3/08/1987 B 
3/09/1987 A 
3/09/1987 
3/09/1987 
3/09/1987 
3/09/1987 
3/09/1987 
3/09/1987 D 
3/09/1987 D 



PAGE 125 
1/21/88 

I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



4 N 
4 N 

2 N 

3 N 

4 P U P52 



L 

N 

N 

N GSO 

N 

N 

I 



1 T T R56 
24 P N C52 



2 1/30/1987 C 1 
2 2/05/1987 B 5 



U C52 
N 



43 C I 
26 P I 



N D71 

U D71 

N C52 

U D18 
P N F25 
P P K30 

U F25 
P U D18 

N 

N M14 
P N C52 
P P 

P N C52 
P U D71 

N D71 
P N C52 

N M14 
P N 

P N D18 
P U D18 
P N D18 
P N F25 
P P K30 
P P K30 
P N C52 

U D71 
P N M14 

N M14 
P N C52 
P P K30 

N 
P N 046 

N HIO 

U D71 
P N M14 
P N 

P N C52 
P P K30 

N M14 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 12 
1/21>I 



PACK AH ACK BACK! ,^ , ™, 

VINNY DEL HESm BEATS TRAP BY JEFF LEBO... 
TOURfCY LOSS LEAVES UNC REELING 
DEL l€GRO CAT^YST FOR STATE MIRACLI 

;&T^?-™ 'pSd PACK'S INSPIRATION 

iffilALL^SCoi'USEIi IN lEBATE ON COMPARATIVE FAU.T INSURANCE 

ATLWriC COAST CO^FERENCE, BASKETBAU TOtWCY (WOMEN) 
SENIWS LE^UOLFPACK TO ACC UOfEN'S FINAL 
STATE, VIRGINIA lifflHEN UIN 
N.C. STATE LATE RALLY EARNS TITLE 
4 ACC WOMEN'S TEAMS RECEIVE NCAA BIK 

ATLANTIC COAST CO^fERENCE, COACH OF THE YEAR „^„j„ 
^AL^ ATLANTIC COAST COIffERENCE, FOOTmi COACJtS 
SEE ALSO COACH OP THE YEAR 
SEE CLSQ SPORTS, COACSS 

KRZY2EUSKI WINS AP tONOR 

ELLIS AND GRANT COP TOP HONORS 
FANFARE>a)OOLEY ACC COM|H 
WAKE'S DOOLEY ACC COACH (F YEAR 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, COLEGE BOWLS 

^PE^^bE21:1?!lL^ING tie-in with ACC 

^^^ife^IJcSlK^ra^ 

JAMES REICMBERED AS QUIET LEADER 
AFTER J»ES: A TOlffiH ACT 

rvm LiKaf iNriiM acc commissi^ after james 

COwSsSIONER DISCUSSION TOPS ACC MEETINGS _ 

^EXreCTCB, FUZAKNAMED ACC INTERIM COMMISSIO>«R 
FAWARE! JA«:S SCHOLARSHIP 
ROTRT SAY5C0RRIGAN OFFERED ACC POSITION 
CTOIGAN REPORTEM.Y ACCEPTS ACC POSITION 
CORRIGAN Tt£ CHOICE FOR TOST 
Ca?RIGAN READY fm ACC POSITION 
CORRIGAN PRAISES ACC 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, CRO^Ml^JY (MEN) 
SEE (^SO ATU^TIC COAST CONFERENCE, TJACK (1;^ 
SE S:S DUKE UNIV. SPORTS, CROSS-COWITRY (MEN) 
SEE ALSO LONG-DISTANCE RUNNING 

K«g|°S^lK K^'aS^^'S SOCCER WINDS DOWN 
CLEMSON, STATE TAKE CROSS COWfTRY TITLES 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, ^SS raiWTRY (WOffiN) 
CLEMSON, STATE TAKE CROSS COUNTRY TITLES 

ATLANTIC COAST CO^FERENCE, FENCING 
FAWARE/IRON CUKE FENCING 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FIELD HOCKEY (WOMEN) 
FAI«^ARE/ACC FIELD HIKKEY 

^gJ^K's^^^K^STAKE AS MEN'S SOCCER WINDS DOWN 
UNC CAPTURES ACC TITLE _ 
FAtFARE/FIELD HIKKEY ALL-ACC 

'^E^SLKLST^to^^'^l^ERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM 
^ALA^^B^'ir'sTo^^g'^FROM ACC SCHOXS 
IKk^RoSE^'R^^ TO TIGHT END 



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3/09/1987 D 
3/09/1987 D 
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3/09/1987 D 
3/10/1987 C 
3/12/1987 A 
3/12/1987 D 


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3/02/1987 D 
3/03/1987 D 
3/09/1987 D 


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2 N 



H 2 3/05/1987 D 1 N 

S 2 3/10/1987 B 1 P N 

H 2 11/23/1987 B 4 P N 

H 2 11/25/1987 D 1 P N 



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5/12/1987 B 
5/13/1987 D 
5/13/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/19/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/28/1987 
7/01/1987 
7/11/1987 _ 
7/12/1987 B 
7/22/1987 D 
7/22/1987 D 



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H 2 11/01/1987 B 12 N YK 
H 2 11/01/1987 B 13 N 



H 2 11/01/1987 B 13 N 



H 2 11/01/1987 BUN 



2 10/31/1987 B 
2 11/01/1987 B 
2 11/01/1987 B 
2 11/02/1987 B 
2 11/20/1987 C 



S 2 1/07/1987 A 
H 2 1/17/1987 D 
H 2 3/19/1987 D 



3 N 

11 N 

12 N Y5 

4 P N YS 
3 N 



4 E i 
3 N I 

2 P N C3' 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



TOffiH SCHEHJLE WILL TEST TAR HEELS EARLY AND (FTEN 

DQRN'S RUNNING LWC HIGH.IGHT 

EARLY PRESS NO ^EASURE OF THIS ACC TRIO 

JiMlH, BARTON, JEFFIRES GO IN FIRST ROUND 

NFL DRAR: ACC SHIICS IN FIRST ROUND 

JMIN, JEFFIRES, BARTON, FLAGLER 'FANTASTIC FOUR' 

SHUNfO BUT NOT FCKGOTTEN, KRAMER AND BRIM TRY AGAIN 

NFL LIKES TRIANGLE 

EAST CARaiNA VS. BIG 4 BECO^S POLITICAL FOOTBAU 

'THE BILL' HAS ECU'S FANS RJZZING 

LEGISLATIi^ GAME PLAN J MAKE IM:...PLAY BALL WITH ECU (CARTOON) 

PEACH KM. STILL SEEKING TIE-IN UITH ACC 

TAR HEELS GET FIVE TV SPOTS; CLEMSON, MARYUWD 4 EACH 

CLEMSW, NORTH D«OLINA PICKED 1-2 IN FOOTBALL POa 

JACKETS' INGRAM CHOSEN MCKEVLIN UINfCR 

NEU COAOES GIVE ACC A DIFFERENT LOOK 

AREA COLEffi TEAMS BEGIN FOOTBAU PRAQICE THIS UEEK 

I'a TRADE A STEVE SLAYDEN FOR... 

ROSS CHOOSES STROM AS JACKET QUARTERBACK 

MAYE SHINES IN SCRIMMA(£ 

CAVALIERS ICTERMItO NOT TO REPEAT '86 PERFORIWICE 

EAGLES GET OXFORD'S OAKLEY BACK 

TIGERS' PERRY TOO KMD FOR PRACTICE 

SANDERS, BOONE GIVING A KUST TO BLl£ DEVILS' RUNNING AHACK 

A GOLDEN UPSET 

BLUE DEVILS GO TWIOm SECOND FdL SCRIMmGE 

DIME CANCELS SCRIWAGE 

INTRODUCING... THE ACC'S '^EU LOOK' 

CLEMSON ACC'S NATIONAL 'POWER' 

COACHING MOVES ALTER ACC'S LOOK 

DEACONS LOSE OFFENSIVE TACKLE 

FOOTBALL AS WAY OF LIFE 

BLl£ DEVILS READY FOR ACTION 

KICKOFF '87 

THIS KASON, TfC BAa IS IN THEIR HANDS/ GOOD THINGS OVERDUE FOR MAYE 

THIS SEASON, WE BALL IS IN THEIR HANDS/SLAYDEN HAS h€U AHITUDE,... 

STATE FACES QUARTERBACK QUANDARY 

HARVEY READY TO HWU AS PU^YER 

SFtJRRIER LOOKS TO TAKE liM. BACK TO THE HIGH LIFE AGAIN 

TAR hCELS WttlOUS TO TRADE PAINS FOR PROMINENCE 

SHERIDAN, yOLFPACK HAVE TOUGH ACT TO FOLLCW 

DEACONS Uia RUN INTO SEASON ARMED UITH A NEU PHILOSOPHY 

TIGERS HAVE TALENT, EXPERIENCE TO CLAU THEIR WAY TO THE TOP 

TERPS HOPE NEU ERA WILL UASH LAST YEAR AUAY 

CAVALIERS FACE A LONG HAUL 

ROSS puns FOR YELLOW JACKETS TO HAVE PLENTY OF STING IN 1987 

HERALD'S ACC PREDICTIONS 

QUICK START «TS CLEMSON 43-0 WIN 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL/ACC'S TOP PLAYERS 

COLLEK FOOTE^J.; OKLAMDMA READY FOR IMI'S 'TEST' 

UNC LOSES MILLER TO BRa<EN HAND 

HEELS' STIRRING RALLY STINGS YELLOU JACKITS 

ONCE ON TRACK, UNC OFFENSE ROLLED 

VIRGINIA, MARYLAND FULL OUT KEY UINS 

FORMER ACC PLAYERS FILLING NFL ROSTER VACANCIES 

OKRIGAN: ACC NOT LIKELY TO SWITCH GAfCS TO SUNDAY 

ACC STANDINGS 

EX-ACC PLAYERS FIND l€U CHANCE TO PERFORM 

ROSS NOT DOWN 

ACC STANDINGS 

ELKINS RALLIES DEACONS PAST ARMY 

TIGERS RALLY BY CAVS TO STAY UNBEATEN 

TIKRS TURN BACK PESKY BLUE KVILS 

BURGER RALLIES AUBURN BY TECH; GAMECOCKS POUND VIRGINIA 

TIGERS NOW ALONE ATOP ACC 

SEVEN DUARFS 

ford: tigers need to reach potential 
deacs face challenge to rek?oup 

ford TO TONE DOWN CRITICISM? 
TERPS' SECONDARY READY FOR 'AIRBALL' 



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2 
2 
2 
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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
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2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
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4/05/1987 B 
4/28/1987 C 
4/28/1987 C 
4/29/1987 B 
4/29/1987 B 
4/30/1987 D 
5/04/1987 A 
5/13/1987 D 
5/14/1987 B 
5/20/1987 A 
5/20/1987 B 
7/12/1987 B 
7/25/1987 D 
8/02/1987 C 
8/04/1987 D 
8/09/1987 C 
8/16/1987 B 
8/19/1987 D 
8/21/1987 C 
8/22/1987 D 
8/23/1987 B 
8/23/1987 B 
8/26/1987 D 
8/26/1987 D 
8/27/1987 D 
8/28/1987 C 
8/28/1987 D 
8/28/1987 D 
8/28/1987 D 
8/29/1987 D 
8/30/1987 B 
8/30/1987 B 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 D 
9/01/1987 
9/01/1987 
9/01/1987 
9/01/1987 
9/01/1987 
9/01/1987 
9/01/1987 
9/01/1987 
9/06/1987 B 
9/08/1987 B 
9/09/1987 B 
9/14/1987 B 
9/20/1987 B 
9/21/1987 B 
9/21/1987 D 
9/23/1987 D 
9/25/1987 B 
9/27/1987 B 
9/27/1987 B 
9/30/1987 D 
10/04/1987 B 
10/05/1987 D 
10/12/1987 D 
10/18/1987 B 
10/18/1987 B 
10/19/1987 D 
10/20/1987 D 
10/21/1987 B 
10/21/1987 B 
10/21/1987 D 
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N 
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N C36 

N C36 

N 

N 

N 
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N 

N 

U F25 

N 

N 
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P N F25 
P N D18 

N 

U C36 

N 

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N C36 

N C36 

N C49 

N C68 

N C36 

N C36 

N C36 

N C36 

N C36 

N C36 

N C36 

N C36 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N C36 

N 

N 

N C52 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

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N 

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1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



S U B J E 



STATE HOLDS ON TO WIN; BLUE DEVILS CAN'T; «pLFPACK BOLTS TO E/«LY LEAD. 

TERPS FACE QB QUANDARY AS DUKE'S PROBLEMS CLEAR 

TER^S HAKE DEVILS PAY FOR SINS 

SECaES, CAVS KEEP KACONS OJT OF 1ST 

^^DEVILS, YEaOW JACKETS IN SA^E BOAT 

DONERS NO. 1; GAfECXKS BREAK IN 19TH 

ACC STANDINGS 

ACC STANDINGS ^ ^, 

CAVS, JACKETS ICET IN ATLANTA 

TIGERS KICK REELS' HOPES UITH LATE FG 

TfiRHmS' B01J_ mfES AREN'T DASfO JUST YET 

COLL^FOOTB^-MISSO PAT ALTERED BLUE DEVILS' STRATEGY 

TIGERS LEAVE UNC IN THE DARK 

CAVALIERS UHIP YELLOU JACKETS „,„„„,„ 

2 MULS GIVING UNC HARD LOOKS SATURDAY 

CLDiMN LOOKS TO LOCK UP ACC TITLE AGAINST MARYLAND 

ACC STANDINGS ^ ^^^ ^ 

TIGERS MAUL TERPS FOR ACC TITLE 

UNC'S LOSS TO IGNITE CRUM'S O^ITICS 

GAMECOCKS READ RIOT^ACT TO ACC FOES 

TIGERS IWIP TERPS, TAKE ACC TITLE 

AT RANKW 

^^DEVILSOJO RANKS HIGH IN NATION STATISTICALLY 
BLIE DEVILS DOG DESPONDENT l*C 

^ffi K%D ^ PLAYER OF nC YEAR 

CLEMSON'S ALLEN ACC'S TOP ROa<IE 
ACC COACHES FACE ALUMNI PRESS^ 
GRAY TEAM HAS STRONG ACC FLAVCK 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOjmL C0AO€S „ __ ^^ 
SEE ^SO ATLANTIC COAST CO^FERENCE, COACH OF T>£ YEAR 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, COAChES ,_ 

NEU raAOCS GIVE ACC A DIFFERENT LOOK 

ACC COACHES FACE ALUiWI PRESSlfl^ 

ATLMTIC COAST COKFERENCE, FOOTBALL SCHEHJLE __,„ ^ 
1987 ATLANTIC COAST £offERENC£ FOOTBALL ^^M 
1987 ATlSItIC coast CONFERENCE FOOTBAU a>€DULE 

ATLANTIC COAST CO^FERENCE, OT/ (MEN) 
WAKE IS ACC GOLF FAVORITE 
FAJFARE: ACC GOLF BEGK4S 
UNC ATOP CR'CWriED ACC FIELD 
liC'S PARKER, CLEMSON WIN ACC CROIWS 
UNC SUEEPS 2 FROM CAVS _ ^ 

UNC, 3 OTHER ACC TEAMS KGIN NCAA GOLF 
FANFARE/ RYAN GfXJ BEGINS 

ATLANTIC COAST Ct»ffERENCE, GOU^ (WMffN) 
UNC SliCEPS 2 FROM CAVS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, JACOBS BL0CKIM3 TROPHY 
FAfTARE: KISER ROUS UP HONOR 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, PLAYER OF THE WEEK 
FAff(«E.' T>£ vET SOARS 

faffare: grant him that 

fa^fare: acc honors ferry 

fiwfare: kb»oy honored 

fwfare: et cetera 

FAtffARE: ET CETERA 
FAfFARE: BRUUUJUCE 

fanfare: lebo i kewcdy 

COUEK FOOTBAa/ACC'S TOP PLAYERS 

Ca±EGE FOOTBALL; OKLAWDMA READY F(» tM:'S 'TEST' 

ROSS CONCERNED ABOUT HEELS' DEFENSE 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

MAYE, MARRIOn NAMED 



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2 10/26/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 10/26/1987 D 


4 P U F25 


S 


2 10/26/1987 D 


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S 


2 10/27/1987 D 


3 P N F25 


H 


2 10/28/1987 D 


4 P N 


S 


2 10/31/1987 B 


1 C N 


S 


2 11/02/1987 D 


4 C N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 11/08/1987 C 


1 P N C36 


H 


2 11/09/1987 B 


2 U C34 


H 


2 11/09/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


2 11/09/1987 D 


3 P U D18 


S 


2 11/09/1987 D 


* '^ „, 


H 


2 11/12/1987 D 


1 U C36 


H 


2 ll/H/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 11/15/1987 C 


1 C N 


H 


2 11/15/1987 C 


3 P N 


s 


2 11/16/1987 D 


2 P U F25 


s 


2 11/16/1987 D 


4 P U F52 


S 


2 11/16/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 11/19/1987 B 


1 U D18 


H 


2 11/22/1987 C 


1 C N 


H 


2 11/23/1987 B 


3 N^ 


S 


2 11/23/1987 D 


4 P U P52 


S 


2 11/23/1987 D 


5 P N 


S 


2 11/24/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/26/1987 D 


3 N ^ 


H 


2 12/02/1987 D 


2 P N C52 


S 


2 12/15/1987 D 


3 N 


s 


2 8/04/1987 D 


1 P U D18 


H 


2 12/02/1987 D 


2 P N C52 


s 


2 8/28/1987 D 


7 C I 


H 


2 9/01/1987 D 


35 C I 


H 


2 2/15/1987 B 


8 P N C49 


H 


2 4/17/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 4/19/1987 B 


1 N C49 


H 


2 4/20/1987 B 


2 P N C49 


H 


2 4/20/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 6/10/1987 D 


3 N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 4/20/1987 D 


4 N 



H 2 1/13/1987 B 4 P N 



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1/06/1987 B 
1/13/1987 B 
1/20/1987 
1/27/1987 
2/03/1987 
2/04/1987 
2/10/1987 
2/24/1987 
9/08/1987 B 
9/09/1987 B 
9/15/1987 B 
9/16/1987 D 
9/22/1987 D 



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1/01/1987 - 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



CXLEGE FOOTBALL; ACC'S GREE^E, HATC>€R W)NORED 

CWMIY, SECULES W3N0RED 

EUINS, MAHIOLI HONORED 

AUER, PURNSLEY HONORO 

FANFARE/RO(SRS TOP ROOKIE 

TIGERS, TAR HER HONORED 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

COLLEGE FOOTBAa; ACC HONORS DUKE, IM: PLAYERS 

college footbaa; winning year could heal ecu emories 
fa^fare/puyer honors 
fam^are/acc weekly honors 
fanfareaebo honoro 
fw<fare/et cetera 

atlantic coast conference, player of t}c year award 
wjke's horeland top player, heads acc uofen's team 
2 60uls giving uno hard looks saturday 
faffare/brother's dream 
cl£mson's perry na(0 acc player of tfc year 
tigers' perry acc player of year 

atlantic coast co^fer£nce, rtwkie of the week 
fanfare! reid rated rtmkie 
fanfare: et cetera 
p0a6 top rookie 
fanfare/acc leekly honors 
terry allen voted top acc rookie 
fanfare/devil worship 
fanf(«e>^ cetera 

atlantic coast c0nfere1«e, rookie of the year 
reid runaway in rookie vote 
clemson's allen acc's top rookie 

ATL/WriC COAST CO^yERENCE, SOCCER (MEN) 

fanfare; et cetera 

FAM^ARE! imm -THRILLER 

SOCCER TOWNAMENTS KICK OFF THIS WEEKEND 

FAM^AI^ACC SOCCER 

SMYTH'S GOAL CARRIES UNC BY NO. 20 CLEMSON 

YES, FOLKS, THERE IS SOMETHING IN FAU BESIDES SOCCER, FOOTBALL 

TAR HEaS, DUKE GET SOCCER TESTS 

COACtCS EYE ACC SOCCER TOU»<AMEKT 

ACC COACHES HIGH ON SOCCER TOURfCY 

arena: ACC, StKCER A PERFECT MATCH 

UNC W««N'S SOCCER TEAM SETS TOUGH STANDARD TO TOP 

FANFARE/ET CETERA 

f€ELS' TRIO HAS COR^ER ON THIS UCKK 

TOURNAMENT SEEDINGS AT ST|i^ AS ICN'S SOCCER WINDS DOWN 

FANFAIE/CAVS SEEDED FIRST 

DUKE HOSTS ACC SOCCER 

ACC SOCCER TEAMS GATHER FOR TaJR^CY 

CINDERELLA'S ALIVE AND WELL IN ACC SOCCER TOURNAMENT 

HEaS* FURIOUS RAaY N0TC1€S NCAA BERTH 

m: Tm& back n.c. state for acc soccer title 

ACC lands five TDWS IN NCAA FIELD 
ACC DOMINATES NCAA StKCER 
TOURNAMENT GIVES ACC SOCCER A BIG BOOST 
ACC PLAYERS IN RWIING FOR TOP HONORS 
ACC DC»1INATES NATIONAL SOCCER HONORS 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SOCCER (UWO) 
fanfare: INDOOR THRILLER 

YES, FOLKS, THERE IS SOMETHING IN FALL BESIDES SOCCER, FOOTBALL 
UNC WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM SETS TOUGH STANDARD TO TOP 
FANFARE/ACC SOCCER 
FANFARE/UOi€N'S ACC SOCCER 
FAI«^ARE/TAR HERS WIN ACC 
WINTER SPORTS' ACTION HOT AND hEAVY 



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4 


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2 10/07/1987 D 


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2 11/10/1987 D 


2 


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H 


2 11/24/1987 D 


3 


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2 11/25/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/01/1987 D 


3 


N 


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2 12/15/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 2/26/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1987 D 


1 


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2 11/24/1987 D 


3 


N 


S 


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1 P N 


H 


2 11/25/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 1/21/1987 D 


4 


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H 


2 2/11/1987 D 


3 P N 


H 


2 9/30/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/25/1987 D 


3 


N 


S 


2 11/25/1987 D 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/08/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/23/1987 D 


4PM 


S 


2 3/11/1987 D 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/26/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 1/25/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 2/02/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/06/1987 B 


8 


N Y55 


H 


2 9/07/1987 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 9/14/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 9/20/1987 B 


8 


N Y55 


H 


2 10/04/1987 B 


12 


N Y55 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


1 P N Y55 


S 


2 10/09/1987 D 


4 


N A76 


H 


2 10/11/1987 B 


9 


N Y55 


H 


2 10/18/1987 B 


11 


N Y55 


H 


2 10/23/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 B 


11 


N Y55 


H 


2 11/01/1987 B 


12 


N Y55 


H 


2 11/02/1987 B 


4 


N 


S 


2 11/04/1987 D 


2 


N A76 


H 


2 11/05/1987 D 


1 


N Y55 


H 


2 11/08/1987 C 


10 P N Y55 


H 


2 11/09/1987 B 


2 P N Y55 


S 


2 11/09/1987 D 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 U/10/1987 D 


1 


N C52 


S 


2 11/10/1987 D 


2 P N P52 


S 


2 11/12/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 11/29/1987 C 


13 


N Y55 


H 


2 12/20/1987 C 


11 P N Y55 


H 


2 2/02/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 9/20/1987 B 


8 


N Y55 


H 


2 10/18/1987 B 


11 


N Y55 


H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 11/02/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/13/1987 C 


9 P N YK 



ATLANTIC COAST COMTERENCE, SOCCER TOURNAIOT 



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1/01/1987 - 12A51/1987 



TAR HEELS NIP TIKRS IN (XCRTIME 

nVC. ST^TC Him£S NO. 6 BLUE DEVILS IN ACC TOURNEY 

'PACK WHIPS DEVILS 

UNC, state FINftlSTS 

TArScELS, WJLfPACK SURPRISE FIN(y.ISTS ^„^^„^ 

CINI£RaLA'S ALIVE AND ICLL IN ACC SOCCER TOI^WefT 

hSLS' FURIOUS RALLY NOTCttS NCAA ^TH 

l^TURNS BACK N.C. STATE FOR ACC SOCCER TITLE 

ACC LANDS FIVE TE/WS IN NCAA HELD 

TUJRNAffiNT GIVES ACC SOCCER A BIG BOOST 

ATLANTIC COAST COffERENCE, SPORTS 
SPORTS FANS LOW («AD ^ ^ ^ 

?m^^fNi K'aKe'"^ «EN'S SOCCER WMS BOUN 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, SUI^WING (hEN) 
SEE l^SO SWIf^ING 
CAVALIERS CLAIM 1ST ACC SUIM TITII 

ATLANTIC COAST COfFERENCE, VamS (MEN) 
FAWARE: ACC TITLES 
CLE«S<»< TAKES LEAD IN TRACK 
ACC TEWIS ALL WET 

ATLANTIC COAST COW^RENCE, TENNIS (UC^) 
INGRAM KEYS GEOR-GIA TECH OVER WJ(E 
CLEMSON GAINS FIN^ IN lOEN'S TENNIS 
TAR \€E.S RALLY, CLAIM INVITATICm. 

ATLANTIC COAST C£»<FERENCE, TRACK (ICN) 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST REUYS TRACK AND FIELD 
^ ALM OM UNIV. SF€RTS, CROSSHXUNTRY (MEN) 
SEE ALSO TRACK 

RECORDS FAa IN ACC TRACK 

CL£MSON, UVA WIN IN TRACK 

fanfare; ACC titles _^ 

NO. 3 TAR f€ELS BLISTER ROAMDKE 

ACC TRACK (€ET GETS UNI£R«AY IN ATLANTA 

TAR f£ELS CLAIM ACC TRACK LEAD 

FAff are: U0RT>£N TO CWPETi 

STATE SFI^INTS SEOKE SDOH TRACK TITLE 

PEEBLES PA(ZS 'PACK TO ACC TRACK TITLE 

ATLANTIC COAST CONFEREJCE, ™CK^(UCI€N) 

SEE ALSO ATLMTIC COAST RELAYS TRACK AND FIELD 
SEE ALSO TKACK 

FWf are; ACC TITLES 

ACC TRACK «ET GETS IM)EF;UAY IN ATLANTA 

TAR HEELS CLAIM ACC TRACK LEAD 

CLEMSON TAKES LEAD IN TRACK 

ATUWTIC COAST CONFERENCE, VOLLEYBALL (UOMEN) 
F«f ARE/ACC VOLLEYBALL 
UNC «N BOOT skid; UOMEN RETAIN COACH 
FA^f AFE/ACC VOIEYBALL 
FANTARE/ACC VOUEYBAa 
FAfTARE/n CETERA 

ATLANTIC COAST COfFERENCE, UWEN'S BASKETBAU 
^ ATL^IC COAST CCM^ERENCE, BAS<ETBAL1 (UCf£N) 

ATLANTIC COAST Cffl«TRENCE, WRESTLING 
SEE ALSO WESTLING 
FiWARE! ACC WESTLEMANIA 
TAR tCELS FAV(KED IN ACC WRESTLING 
UNC WRESTLERS GET K<IP ON TOUWEY 
UNC PINS ACC TOURNEY FIELD 
ACC PLAYERS IN RUfWING FOR TOP HONtKS 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y ' 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 11/06/1987 B 


1 P N Y55 


H 


2 U/06/1987 B 


1 P N Y55 


S 


2 11/06/1987 D 


1 P N A74 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


1 P N Y55 


s 


2 11/07/1987 B 


3 P N A76 


H 


2 11/08/1987 C 


10 P N Y55 


H 


2 11/09/1987 B 


2 P N Y55 


S 


2 11/09/1987 D 


5 P N A76 


H 


2 11/10/1987 D 


1 N C52 


8 


2 11/12/1987 B 


6 N 



S 2 3/30/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 4/02/1987 D 2 N 
H 2 11/01/1987 B 12 N Y55 



H 2 3/01/1987 B 6 N 



H 2 4/15/1987 B 4 N 
H 2 4/18/1987 D 2 N 
H 2 4/19/1987 B 7 N 



H 2 4/11/1987 D 3 N 
H 2 4/12/1987 B 3 N 
H 2 4/13/1987 B 4 N 



H 


? 


2/21/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


? 


2/22/1987 B 


b 


N 


H 


? 


4/15/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


? 


4/16/1987 D 


i 


N 


s 


7 


4/16/1987 B 


b 


N 


H 


? 


4/17/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


? 


4/17/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


n 


4/19/1987 B 


3 > N 


S 


2 


4/20/1987 D 


3 


N 



H 2 4/15/1987 B 4 N 

S 2 4/16/1987 B 5 N 

H 2 4/17/1987 C 2 N 

H 2 4/18/1987 D 2 N 



2 11/21/1987 D 
2 11/22/1987 C 
2 11/22/1987 C 
2 11/23/1987 B 
2 12/03/1987 C 



4 

10 

12 

4 

4 



N 

N Y55 
N 
N 

N 



2 3/05/1987 D 3 N 

2 3/06/1987 C 3 N 

2 3/07/1987 D 2 N i 

2 3/08/1987 B 10 P N Y5;| 

2 11/29/1987 C 13 N Y5:' 



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1/01/1987 - 12y^l/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



-DATE- 



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E 
C -P6 



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I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 



ATUWTIC COAST CONFERENCE SPORTS URITERS ASSOCIATION 
SEE ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS URITERS ASSOCIATION 

ATLANTIC COAST RELAYS TRACK tm FIELD 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, TRACK (ICN) 
SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFEREIttE, TRACK (UCfEN) 
SEE ALSO TRACK 

UVA. U«EN SET WKLD MARK 

WOJPACK'S PEEBLES EDGES MCRAE, SETS 20(HETER MARK 

ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIAHON 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, REPORTERS 
REID TOP ACC ROOKIE; EUIS NAfED TOP COACH 
2 mas GIVING UNC HARD LOOKS SATIRDAY 
CLEMSON, yiRGINIA TOP WJ.-ACC FOOTBALL TEAM 
CLEMSON'S PERRY NAMED ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 
TIGERS' PERRY ACC PLAYER OF YEAR 
TERRY ALLEN VOTED TOP ACC RO«<IE 
CLEMSON'S ALLEN ACC'S TOP ROOKIE 

ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 
SEE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY 

ATLANTIC OCEAN 

EYE-OPENING SRU 
INAPPROPRIATE CRITICISM 

ATOMIC BOMBS 
SEE ALSO BOMBS 
SEE ALSO HIROSHIMA 
SEE ALSO JAPAN 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR WEAPONS 

UNC PRESS TO PUBLISH BOOK ON ATOMIC BOMB 

TERRORISM, PRESS OMRMX. DEBATED BY PANa AT DUKE 

A-BOMB COW€J*]RATION SOCDULED 

DWHAM MAN aJILTY IN PENTAH3N PROTEST 

ATOMIC ENERGY 

SEE ALSO hAX^LEAR EfCRGY 
NUCLEAR PROGRAM TROUBLES PERSIST IN PIO^EERING TVA SYSTEM 

ATTENTION rCFICIT DISORDER 

SEE ALSO LEARNING DISABILITIES 
A LEARNING DISABILITY MASKED STUDENT'S INiaLIGENCE 

AUBURN UNIV. SPORTS, FOOTBALL 

UCLFPACK 'REJECT' FINDS FAJ€ AT AUBURN 
UOLFPACK LOSES LB STONE FOR SEASON 
DYE FACES DIFFERENT CHALLENGE 
UNC READY TO FIRE ANOTHER 'BIG SHOT' 
DYE LIKES l€ELS 
HEELS BID FOR MAJOR UPSET 
AUBURN TO TEST HEELS 

THIS DYE CAST IN MOLD THAT'S FWIILIAR IN N.C. 
- DORN MAY MISS REST OF SEASON 
UNUSUAL case: AUBURN BY AIR 
HEaS seek RESPECT AGAINST NO. 4 AUBURN 
TIGERS STOP HEELS. , . AUBURN GETS HARD-FOUGHT WIN OVER UNC 

HEas ma twis big we got away 

UNC (CEDING QUICK COJRSE IN SELF-STUDY 

UNC TAILBACK TURIN DORN, 44, LOOKS FOR RULING ROOM AGAINST AUBURN... 

TAR f€ELS 'DRAW' TOUGH BREAKS 

CAROUNA BLUES 

GROUND-BOUND TIGERS LEARN TO aY 

CRUM NOT BLUE AFTER UNO'S LOSS TO AUBURN 

AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO ART AUCTIONS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, SIW^US PROPERTY AlCTION 



H 
H 


2 3/28/1987 B 
2 3/29/1987 B 


2 N 
4 P N 


H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 


2 3/11/1987 D 
2 11/12/1987 D 
2 11/24/1987 D 
2 11/24/1987 D 
2 11/25/1987 D 
2 11/25/1987 D 
2 11/26/1987 D 


1 P N 
1 U C36 
1 P N 
1 P N 
1 P N 
1 N 
3 N 



H 2 8/07/1987 A 4 
H 2 8/29/1987 A 4 



H 2 1/24/1987 C 

H 2 3/05/1987 B 

H 2 7/30/1987 A 

S 2 9/18/1987 C 



2 N U80 
1 P N A54 
13 N 
1 N 



S 2 2/11/1987 A 3 N 



H 2 6/20/1987 C 1 N J40 



6/23/1987 B 

9/28/1987 D 

9/29/1987 D 

9/30/1987 D 

9/30/1987 D 

9/30/1987 D 

9/30/1987 D 

10/01/1987 D 

10/02/1987 B 

10/02/1987 B 

10/03/1987 D 

10/04/1987 B 

10/04/1987 B 

10/05/1987 D 

10/05/1987 D 

10/05/1987 D 

10/05/1987 D 

10/05/1987 D 

10/07/1987 D 



U 018 
N 

N F25 
N C36 
N 

N F25 
N 

U C36 
N C36 
N C36 
N C36 
N C36 
N C36 
U C36 
P T32 
U F25 
P K30 
U G44 
N G44 



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12/^1/1987 



Y S U B J E 



SEE d-SD FLEA MARKETS 
SEE ALSO HOCK TOBACCO AUCTION 
^ mI^ PIEimfr RACER'S AUCTION AND F(«TS SHOW 
BIDDIfffi FOR BACHELORS 

2f ^^'ffifS HIT AUCTIC^. BLOCK AT PTL^ 
raUFlE TO DISPLAY KXMaJSE Fim^ED AT PTL AUCTION 
tS A «K BARN^ THAT AND rtORE UP FOR BIBS 
DUKE'S fCUS DIRECTOR RETIRES „ ^^^ 
UOIW^'S BID F(K HER HOf£ FALLS SW»T 
BEJCFIT AUCTION SET „ „_ „, 

^'^tKt'^I^GA^ lU^S CELEBRITIES 
aSeDUISION fSs JOIN TO ^£LP Vie™ OF P^YSIS 
AUCTION SOCDuiD FOR ANIMAL SHaTER SAT^MiAY, SUNDAY 
R^-S AUCTION HITS STARTING LIfC JAN. 16 
%A PAPERWEIGHT MORE UALUABLE 

^seeIlso :m^ city schools, audit- 
see ALSO vma^ cawTY schools, audit 

CT also EDP auditors ASSOCIATION 

M ALSO N.C. STATE AUDITORS OFFIK 

M. ALSO Sam£RN HIGH SCHOOL, AUDIT.^,,,.^ ,™„rr 
R0»^ KCIICS IT WILL CONTINUE DIW^STER SERVItt 
ASDITREmm^ TIGHTER CONTK-OLS AT gmiNITY COLLEGES 
sac EXftN^ON CPU- PLANT ARE CWUfNGED 

AUDITS 

SE AUDITORS 

^'^^SBI OFFICII UARNS AUGUST IS BAD mU^FOi KAYVCM 
OFFBEAT HISTCM^Y: THE DOG DAYS OF AUGUST 

AUGUSTA DRIVE __ ^^^ 
KUDOS TO STREET CREUS 
QUICK RESPONSE APPRECIATED 
INTERSECTION f€EBS SIGNS 

'^'^TATE^ib^'T TOLERATE POLLUTION 

IMAGE OF TEXASGULF CHEMICALS IS CWW3ING 
PAMLICO POLLUTION 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 

^O^aO^NOTICE RLED IN TOAS AGAINST WEBB 

AUSTRALIA 

^U0^^R^2,^SfLE^%0SS AUSTRALIA 

^F'^ "yKESeCt'iS^SIV STIiDENT TOTHE LAND... 
K'S LOTS OF rK VARIETY IN THOSE UINES 'DOWN UNDER' 

lif,^FRs^S:;A^^kbBSYTuTHTLL ATTQ^ CHRISTIAN CONFERE^CE 

DIRH^ SNOi^TCRM LEAVES ffi}«KIES 
UAR AGAINST KANGAROOS 
CULLING THE KANGAROOS 
PROTECT TtC KANGAROOS 



AUSTRIA 

^T^SE^ ^^lONS ABOUT FI^SIBENT UfLDHEIM. 

AUTHORS 

SEE LITERS, N.C. 

AUTISM 



(CARTOON) 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D —DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 2/09/1987 C 


1 P N UBT 


H 


2 4/17/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/24/1987 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 5/29/1987 A 


15 P N 


H 


3 6/05/1987 B 


1 N 080 


H 


2 8/04/1987 A 


6 P U H45 


H 


2 8/12/1987 A 


12 P N 


S 


2 8/27/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 9/29/1987 B 


2 P U H45' 


H 


2 10/13/1987 B 


2 U H4S. 


H 


2 10/26/1987 A 


6 P F ZU 


H 


2 11/12/1987 C 


9 N 080 


S 


2 12/01/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 12/30/1987 B 


11 N 



1 3/12/1987 B 

2 7/11/1987 B 
2 12/22/1987 C 



1 N 
3 N 
1 N L40 



H 2 8/01/1987 B 3 N 
H 2 8/15/1987 A 4 T H 



H 2 9/07/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 11/30/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 12/14/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 1/07/1987 A 4 J 
S 2 1/19/1987 A 10 N 
H 2 10/28/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 9/18/1987 C 1 N 



• 



H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



1/03/1987 A 
2/06/1987 A 
2/17/1987 C 
2/19/1987 C 
5/23/1987 D 
6/12/1987 B 
11/18/1987 B 
12/01/1987 A 
12/04/1987 A 
12/11/1987 A 



16 
4 
1 
4 
1 
2 
1 
4 
4 
4 



N 
E 

F U27 
U Bll 
U K14 
N B38 
F S27 
L 
L 
L 



2 5/15/1987 A 
2 12/16/1987 A 



4 L 
4 T T 



f6i 



! 



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1/01/1987 - 



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12/31/1987 



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SEE ALSO CHILDREN, HANDICAPPED 

SEE ALSO ^ENTAL ILLNESS 

SEE ALSD MENTAaY RETARDED 

SEE ALSO N.C. SOCIETY FOR AUTISTIC ADULTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. SOCIETY FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN 

SEE ALSO TEACCH (TREATMENT 4 EDUCATION OF AUTISTIC & COMHWI. HANDICAPPED CHILDREN) 

FINANCING SOUGHT FOR AUTISM CENTER 

UOMAN, SON TO BE INCLUDED IN '60 MIIAJTES' STORY THIS FALL 

SXIETY FOR AUTISTIC TO f«ET IN DURttW ON NOVEMBER 21 

DEALING UITH AUTISM 

PRESCHOa REACHES SPECIAL CHILDREN 



AUTO EXHAUST SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, CARBON MONOXIDE 
SEE ALSO AUTO POai/TION 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, EMISSIONS 
CITY ESCAPES MANDATORY AUTO-EXHAUST TESTING 

AUTO hCADLIGHTS 
SEE tCADLIGHTS 

AUTO INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO, 
SEE ALSO GE^ERAL MOTORS 
AMERICAN AUTO DESIGNERS GREAT ARTISTS 

AUTO INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO COMPARATIVE FAULT CLAIMS SYSTEM 
SEE ALSO CONTRIBUTORY NEO-IGENCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE 

HOUSE SIFPORTS BILL TO OUTLAU 'BEACH BINGO' 

AUTO INSURANCE RATE HIKE SOUGHT 

CAR INSURANCE BILL BUMPS TWlOJOf HOUSE 

CATCHING THE SCOFFLAUS 

INSWWNCE DEPARTfCNT S^«3UJ) APPROVE NO-COST INCENTIVES 

AUTO INSURANCE RATES 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE RATES 
INSURANCE SURCHARGES G0IM3 UP 
TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS TO BRING imX. INSTANCE HIKES 
INSURANCE SURCWRGES PROMOTE ROAD SAFETY 
STANDARD FEATURES OF Tf€ 1987 MOTORIST (CARTMJN) 
INSURANCE INDUSTRY'S PROPOSAL WOJLD COST INEXPERIENCED MRIVERS 
BILL WOO CHANGE INSURANCE POINTS LA« 
AUTO INSURANCE RATE INCREASE TO BE OPPOSED 
DRIVERS POINTS HIKE INSURANCE RATES APRIL 1 
HOJSE OKS CRITERIA FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 
INSURANCE INDUSTRY, LAWMAKERS CLASH OVER YOUNG DRIVERS' RATES 
BE FAIR TO YOUNG KRIVERS 

HOUSE APPROVES BILL ON ADJUSTING DUI SENTENCES 
PLAN TO EASE DRIVERS' INSURANCE POINTS BAaiD 
DEADLINE EXTENDED AS CRUSH OF BILLS CONTINUES 
MOTORISTS ARE VICTIMS OF EXPENSIVE INJUSTICE 
BILL WOULD LESSEN BURDEN FRBM TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS 
INEXPERIENCED DRIVERS SHOULD PAY TtCIR 01« WAY 
HOUSE SUPPORTS BILL TO OUTLAU 'BEACH BINGO' 

LONG SLASHES RATE IfCREASE SOUGHT BY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE INDUSTRY 
DECREE ON AUTO INSURANCE COULD CUT RATES IN DURHAM 
BUREAU SEEKS REVERSAL OF INSURANCE ORDER 
AUTO INSURANCE RATE HIKE SOUGHT 

REDIEST COUJ) COST DRIVER'S WITH OMY LIABILITY INSURANCE 
INSURANCE COMPANIES APPEALING DECISION 
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE MEASURE ADVANCES 
BILL WOULD HIKE AUTO INSURANCE 
AUTO INSURANCE fEASURE ADVANCES 
HOJSE APPROVES fCASURE ON AUTO INSURANCE RATES 
NEW LAW WOULD CATCH INSURANCE DEADBEATS 
SENATE OKS AUTO INSURANCE CHANGES 



3/12/1987 B 

8/18/1987 B 

10/28/1987 C 

11/20/1987 A 

11/20/1987 A 



N 

N B38 
N 

F G59 
F G59 



2 5/12/1987 A 1 N W82 



S 2 11/16/1987 B 2 P N 



H 


2 


5/26/1987 B 


1 


P N 


H 


2 


7/02/1987 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 


7/27/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


8/04/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


1/11/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/14/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


1/17/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


2/12/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


2/27/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


3/22/1987 C 


11 


N S80 


H 


2 


4/01/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


4/06/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


5/02/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/02/1987 A 


9 


N 


S 


2 


5/05/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


5/41/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


H 


2 


5/26/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


5/26/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/02/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1987 D 


6 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/25/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 




7/29/1987 A 


15 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


15 


N 


S 


2 


8/08/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/12/1987 D 


4 


N 



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1/01/1987 - 12A51/1987 



SUBJECTS 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



N 
P 

AUTO INSUiy^CE BILL WINS APPRWAL H 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY LEAVES TAR HERS HOLDING TtC BILLS H 

NO CfflfTROL OVER INSURAfCE ^,,^,„ . U 

r^ TNeaSfANCE PROPOSAL IS STAW'ED 'UN^TIFIED* H 

STAtSiOALS^ INSURANCE I^TOYPREPAR^ FOR RATE INCREASE HEARING H 

reinsurm:e facility files rate incrd^ " 

officials to be subpoenaed on car insurance hike s 

auto insurance surcharks 
see w.so insurance rates ^ 
see also n.c. reinsurance facility 
insurance surcharges going up _^ „,^^ 

TRAFFICVIOLATIOfS TO BRING LARGE INSWW«CE HIKES 

INSURANCE SlM>fARt5ES PRCHOTE ROAD SAFETY 

StS^D FEATURES OF THE 1987 HOTORIST (CARTON) 

InScE INDUSTRY'S PROF^AL UOO COST INEXPERIENCED DRIVERS 

DRIVERS POINTS HIKE INSURANCE RATES APRIL 1 

SENATE OKS AUTO INSURANCE CHANGES 

AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE^. 
SEE ALSO AUTO INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO INSURANCE ^ 

SEE ALSO LIABILITY INSURANCE 
SEE W.SO NO-FAULT INSURANCE 
SEE ALSO N.C. DEPT. OF INSURANCE 

INSURANCE SURCHARGES GOING IP _ ,„^ ,^.r.Tnn.n 

STAN^D FEATISVES OF T}€ 1987 MOTORIST (CARTOON) „^,mc 

InScE INDUSTRY'S PRflFISAL WOULD COST INEXPERIENCED DRIVERS 

BILL WOULD CHANC'E INSURANCE POINTS LAW 

INEXPERIENCED DRIVERS SHOO PAY JT€IR OWN WAY 

BIREAU SEEKS REVERSAL OF INSURANCE ay£R 

AUTO INSURANCE RATE HIKE SOUWT riiatAurc 

REQUEST COULD COST DRIVERS WITH ONLY LIABILITY INSURANCE 

BILL WOULD HIKE AUTO INSURANCE 

CATCHING Tf£ SCOFFLAUS 

NEW LAW WOULD CATCH INSURANCE DEADBEATS ^ 

m INSURAfCE PROPOSAL IS STAHfOi 'UNJUSTIFIED' 

REINSURANCE FACILITY FILES RATE Ih«REAS| 

NEW LAWS ON AUTOS MAY SURPRISE SO^E PEOPLE 

auto pollution 
see also air pollution 
see also auto exhaust systems 

^i^es^I'S^rTauto-exhaust^testing 
triangle high on carbon monoxide list 

auto racing 

SEE ALSO r«A6 RACING 

SEE f^SO GRAND PRIX 

SEE ALSO GREAT (^CRICAN RACE 

SEE ALS) STOCK CAR RACING ^ .^.r^.^ 

Wmt*\ MAN TO TOUR U.S. IN STUTZ BEARCAT 

^SmG COST FAMILY CHANCE TO WIN OLD-AUTO RACE 

MAN PLEADS NO CONTEST IN FATAL RACE 

AUTO REGISTRATION 

SEE ALSO LICENSE PLATES 

hSE^a^K NORTHGATE TO REMAIN OPEN 

^g^TTAOaToSk^KS OF VEHICLES 

AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
SEE ALSO AUTO WARRANTIES 
SEE ALSO AUTOS, LEMONS 
SEE ALSO REPAIR SHOPS 

HELP WITH CAR APPRECIATED „ „ ^ 

AUTO CLASS OVERHAULS TRUCK FOR TW?IFT SHOP 

TOGET>ERNESS 



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8/16/1987 A 
8/20/1987 A 
9/01/1987 A 
11/12/1987 A 
11/25/1987 B 
12/29/1987 A 



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1 ! 

4 

1 
19 

4 

6 



1/09/1987 
1/11/1987 
1/13/1987 
1/14/1987 
1/17/1987 
3/22/1987 
8/12/1987 



6 
1 
4 
4 
10 
11 
4 



N 

N L40 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N 



N 

N 

E 

T RS5 

N 

N S80 

N 



1/09/1987 
1/14/1987 
1/17/1987 
2/12/1987 
5/26/1987 
6/13/1987 
7/02/1987 
7/08/1987 
7/25/1987 
7/31/1987 
8/08/1987 
9/01/1987 . 
11/25/1987 B 
12/29/1987 D 



6 

4 

10 
15 
4 
3 
8 
8 
1 
4 
4 
1 
4 
6 



N 

T R54 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N 

N 

N L40 

L 

E 

N 

N 

N 



5/12/1987 A 1 
8/27/1987 A 1 



S 2 1/02/1987 A 
S 2 7/08/1987 C 
H 2 7/22/1987 C 



H 2 1/01/1987 BIN' 

S 2 1/07/1987 C 1 N ^ 

H 3 6/25/1987 B 1 N Oft 

H 2 9/04/1987 C 6 N 



2 2/10/1987 A 4 L ^1 

3 4/01/1987 B 1 P N W2| 
2 6/05/1987 A 3 P P P 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



FIXING UP THE OLD JA.OPY fttY BE CJCAPER 

AUTO SHOWS 

ANTIQUE CARS TO BE IN AREA ^EXT UEEK 

AUTO TAXES 

SEE MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

AUTO WARRANTIES 

SEE ALSO AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTE}MNCE 
SEE ALSO CONSUMER PROTECTION 
SEE ALSO WARRANTIES 
COMMITTEE APPROVES MEASURE ON 'LEMONS' 

AUTOHARP 

AUTOmRP RESSU^CTOR PLAYS CARRBORO 

AUTOMAT 

SEE ALSO RESTAURANTS, U.S. 
SEE ALSO VENDING MACHI^£S 
PERSONAL SERVICE PREFERRED 

AUTOMATED MAILING AND PROCESSING SERVICES 
FOOD STAMPS GIVEN OUT AFTER SLIP UP 

AUTOMATIC BANK TaLERS 
SEE ALSO BANKS, DURHAM 
MO^EY STOLEN WITH BANK CARD MAY BE RETl«>ED BY CHRISTMAS 

AUTOMATION 

SEE ALSO iCXIS 
PERSONAL-ELECTRONICS GADGETS INVAIt AMERICAN HOMES 

AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS 
SEE AUTOS, DEALERS 

AUTOPSIES 

SEE ALSO CORONERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO hEDICAL EXAMINER 

DETECTIVES AWAIT LAB REPORTS IN SLAYING OF STEM WOMAN 

DUKE DOCTOR'S DEATH PROBED 

TESTS RESULTS AWAITED IN DOCTOR'S DEATH 

AUTOPSY FAILS TO RB€AL CAUSE OF RIMER'S DEATH 

RAPID AUTOPSIES MAY TOLD CLUES TO ALZHEIitR'S 

AUTHORITIES FIND REMAINS (F IHFmX 

AUTOPSY AWAITED IN FIRE 

AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAfES CF SPECIFIC AUTOS AND AUTO MANUFACTURERS) 
SEE ALSO CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE ALSO FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE ALSO GASOLIfE TAhKS 
SEE ALSO KNERAL MOTORS 
SEE ALSO N.C, STATE MOTOR CLUB 
SEE ALSO PINTOS 
SEE ALSO RECALLS 

SEE ALSO REMOTE CONTROL MODa CtHS 
SEE ALSO ROLLS-ROYCE 
SEE ALSO WINDSHIELDS 

WHY, IT'S HYDROCAR! 

HIGH-TECH GM CAR ON DISPLAY AT DUKE 

FALLING TREE DAMAGES THREE CARS 

JUNKED CARS BEING TOUED IN DURHAM 

FORD RECALLS AMBULANCES BUILT WITH VAN CHASSIS 

nC BREATM TEST 

OLD CARS HAVE CERTAIN CAC^ET 

CHARLOTTE (£TS PEEK AT 'SECRET' CAR 

fins: a FIFTIES FANTASY 

'57 Ba air: FINS AND ELEGANCE 

CAR biff: UNC prof THINKS IT'S TIME AUTO DESIGNS RECEIVED RECOjNITION... 

AUTOS, A6AND0^ED 



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2 12/20/1987 D 11 N 

1 7/18/1987 C 1 N 



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2 6/10/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 D 


3 P N 


H 


2 7/13/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 11/14/1987 A 


1 N M06 



H 2 12/18/1987 BAN 



S 2 1/20/1987 A 9 N 



2 1/14/1987 C 
2 5/29/1987 A 
2 5/30/1987 C 
2 9/29/1987 C 
2 10/17/1987 B 
2 10/22/1987 C 



2 10/29/1987 C 11 N 



N Tffi 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 



H 


2 1/20/1987 A 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 3/03/1987 A 


12 N 


H 


1 3/03/1987 D 


1 N 


H 


2 6/16/1987 C 


5 P N Ifil 


H 


2 7/18/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 8/24/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/11/1987 B 


1 U C09 


H 


2 11/14/1987 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 


1 P F N36 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 


1 P F N36 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 


2 P F U80 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 134' 
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HOUSE AFfTOVES TWS HURHAM BILLS 
jmns CARS BEING TOJEB IN BWW1 
i^r^LPS PO-ICE RID Wmvi OF EYESOSS 
WECKERS GET REPRIEVE FROH FEE 
FWEBILLS FOR CITY APPROVED 

AUTOS, ANTIGRJE 

SEE ALSO ANTIQl£S 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, HISTORY 

^DU^ ffio'ffu.S. IN STUn KARCAT ^ 
fKe^OYS G^€ yiTH ANTIQUE CAR PARTS 
A^fTIa£ fAJTO IS READY TO RACE „ 

raRHAMsSRCAT POISED FOR 'GREAT RACE' _ 

SSoST F^ILY CHANCETO WIN OLD-AUTO RACE 
miait. CARS TO BE IN ly^EA fEXT l€EK 
FIRE DAMAOS ANTIQl£ C(«S 
W3T, SU?«CR NiaffS ^^ 

OLD CARS HAV€ CERTAIN CAC^ET 
FINS'. A FIFTIES FANTASY ^^ 

CAR ^f ^^PROF^mi^'n^ TIME AUTO DESIGNS RECEIVED RECOGNITION., 

^^ l^ Kl IMPERSONATORS 
SEE ALSO RAPE, N.C. ^_^^ 
FULLING OVER IN SAFFTf 

AUTOS, BREAKING AND ENTERING 

ii ^W<ING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

AUTOS, CHILDBIRTH 

^PAsiS CHEER AS WOMAN GIVES BIRTH TO GIRL 

AUTOS, DEALE3S _ ^^, ^^ 

1 3:1 SS/^ HILL «» ORJBLERS 

COINCIL POLICY INSULT TO LOCAL DEA£RS 
DOUNTOl^ Dli^AM ItALERS... (AD) 
BUT UHAT ABOUT MILEA(X^ „,^r>-na,TTv 
AUTO lEALER'S ARE FOR EaJALOPTORTyNITY 
MINORITIES ICN'T BID ON CITY VEHICLES 

"^^ ffl^^ICLE STICKERS 

^i^ ^f LTo EXHAUST SYSraS 

^KE^fNG^^^ElS^^T CLEAN SY^IL^FO^S 
cm ESCAPES f1ANDAT(3?Y AUTO-EXHAUST TESTING 
TRIAfJO^ HIGH ON POLLUTION LIST 
TRIANON MAY BE IN LINE FiK CAR EMISSION CHECKS 

AUTOS, FIRES 

SEE (LSQ FIRES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS, FIRES ^^.r 
MOTOR HOf€ FIRE STALLS 1-85 TRAFFIC 

SlArfpROFESS^ FOUND DEAD IN BURNING C;« AT OKE 

mi IS STABBED; CARS SET AFIRE^^^ 

SsON SUS£CTED IN TW AUTO FIRES 

FI^CA^ tS^OOO DAMAGE TO PA»0 CAR 

WoSn IS CHARGED WITH BUFNING OW CAR 

2ND PERSON CHARGED IN CAR-BURNING CASE 

HOSPITAL AWAITS lORD ONAMBULANCE FECALL 

CAR CRASHES, IGNITES AFTER WILD RIK 



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s 


2 


H 


2 


s 


2 


S 


n 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



5/22/1987 B 
6/16/1987 C 
6/17/1987 A 
6/30/1987 A 
8/08/1987 C 



1/02/1987 A 
5/11/1987 C 
5/15/1987 B 
6/24/1987 C 
7/08/1987 C 
7/18/1987 C 
7/30/1987 B 
7/31/1987 A 
11/11/1987 B 
11/22/1987 D 
11/22/1987 D 
11/22/1987 D 



3 

5 P 
4 
1 
3 



1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
10 
1 
1 
1 
2 



N R53 
N «1 
E 

N H70 
N R53 



N M06 
N 080 
F S27 
N M06 
N M06 
N 
P 
P 

U C09 
F N36 
F N36 
F U80 



H 2 1/29/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 8/09/1987 B 9 N 



3/06/1987 
5/26/1987 
7/12/1987 
9/28/1987 
10/13/1987 
11/21/1987 



1 

4 

33 

4 

4 
1 



N H70 
L 

A R56 
E 
L 
N H70 



H 2 5/07/1987 B 6 N 

S 2 5/12/1987 A 1 N 

S 2 11/17/1987 A 1 N 

S 2 11/18/1987 A 1 N 



2/13/1987 B 
3/01/1987 C 
3/20/1987 B 
4/04/1987 C 
4/05/1987 C 
5/06/1987 B 
7/09/1987 B 
7/10/1987 B 
7/21/1987 A 
7/23/1987 B 



H 


2 


H 


3 


H 





R 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 





N 




N (» 




N 




N 




N 




N OB 




N 




N 




N M( 




N 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



GBfODIAN SAVES 'HERBIE' 

FIRE DAMAGES ANTIQUE CARS 

BLAZING BEETLf 

FIRE! 

AMBULANCE CATCHES FIRE; SHORT HJ«CD 

FIRE BURNS CAR, BLOCKS TRAFFIC 

FIRE DESTROYS CAR, DAMAGES 3 OTfCRS 

CAR HITS SCHOa BUS AND THEN CATCHES FIRE 

CAR WITH 8 CATCHES FIRE, PLUNGES OFF OVOPASS 

MAN CHARGED UITH KNIFING UOMAN 

AUTOS, HISTORY 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, ANTIQUE 
AMERICAN AUTO DESIGNERS GREAT ARTISTS 

AUTOS, LEMONS 

SEE ALSO AUTO REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE 
HOUSE VOTES TO BAN lEATH PENALTY FOR PEOPLE UNDER 17 
HOJSE VOTES 100-1 FOR 'LEMON LAU' 
COMMITTEE APPROVES fCASURE ON 'LEMONS' 
SENATE APPROVES STATE liWESTMENT BILL 
LEGISLATURE NAMES MILK OFICIAL STATE KVERAGE 
HERE IS WAT LEGISLATURE DID DICING 1987 SESSION 

AUTOS, LOCKING SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 
SEE ALSO LOCKS 
LOCKING YOURSELF OUT COULD ALMOST RUIN DAY 

AUTOS, PRCranY TAXES 

SEE ALSO MOTOR VEHICLE STICKERS 
SEE (i.W MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES 

SEE ALSO PROPERTY TAXES 

SEE ALSO TAXES, DURHAM COUNTY 
SEE ALSO TRUCKS, PROPERTY TAXES 



BY SUBJECTS 



LEGISLATOR PRtPOSES REPLACING CAR PROPERTY TAX 

PAf€L BACKS $200 PENALTY FOR FAILING TO LIST CARS 

HOUSE OKS CRITERIA FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITE 

BIU WOULD DOUBLE OXFORD'S AUTOMOBILE FEES 

HOUSE APPRO^S OXFORD, CASJELL COUNTY BILLS 

DEADLINE HAS HOUSE tWRKING INTO NIGHT 

FOUR BILLS OFFERED TO ENSW?E PAYICNT OF VEHICLE TAXES 

SPONSOR DROPS BIU THAT WOULD DOJBLE AUTO TAX 

PANEL SIDETRACKS l«TOR VEHICLES TAX MEAUSRE 

HOJSE SUPPORTS FI(C FOR UNLISTED VEHICLES 

HOJSE APPROVES PENALTY FOR UM.ISTED VEHICLES 

SENATE VOTES FOR STRONffiR LAWS ON COMMUNICABLE DI^ASES 

BILL ENACTED TO LIMIT CITIES' FUNDING OF STATE HIGHWAYS 

TAX OFFICE TKACKS DOJN UNLISTED CARS 

♦100 FIfC IMPOSED IF VEHICLES NOT LISTED 

VEHICLE-LISTIW3 FINES COULD AID TAXPAYERS 

NEW LAWS ON AUTOS MAY SURPRISE SOME PEOPLE 

AUTOS, RECALL 

SEE AUTOS (SEE ALSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC AUTOS (WD AUTO M/i*IUFACTURERS) 
SEE CHRYSLER CORP. 
SEE FORD MOTOR CO. 
SEE (Xi«RAL MOTORS 

AUTOS, SALES 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, DEALERS 
MINORITY mS FORCES CITY TO BUY CARS OUT OF TOWN 
MINORITY ORDINANCE IN NEED OF REVISION 
INSIDE 

CITY SHOO REVISE MINORITY ORDINANCE 
THROW OUT THE C01M:IL 

OFFICIALS EXPLAIN TARBORO CAR DEALER CHOICE 
LET VOTERS DECIDE ISSUES 
INVESTIGATE CITY COUNCIL 
COUNTY EXPLORES ADOPTING MINORITY BUSINESS ORDINANCE 



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7/27/1987 A 

7/30/1987 B 

9/19/1987 C 

9/19/1987 B 

10/19/1987 C 

10/28/1987 A 

11/02/1987 A 

11/14/1987 B 

11/15/1987 A 

11/27/1987 C 



4 

3 P 

1 P 

1 P 

1 
11 
10 

3 

1 P 

1 



L 
P 

P W62 
P W62 
N 653 
N 
N 
N 

N lei 

N 



S 2 11/16/1987 B 2 P N 



H 


2 


5/22/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 A 


21 


N 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 A 


10 


N 



H 2 4/24/1987 B 1 T F MIO 



H 


2 2/26/1987 A 


14 P N 


H 


2 3/25/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 4/01/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


1 4/14/1987 C 


1 


N R53 


H 


2 4/24/1987 A 


14 


N R53 


H 


2 5/28/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 6/26/1987 B 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 7/14/1987 C 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 7/17/1987 A 


12 


N R53 


H 


2 7/23/1987 C 


18 


N L40 


H 


2 7/24/1987 A 


14 


N R53 


H 


2 8/06/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 8/07/1987 C 


7 


N 


S 


2 11/14/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 12/22/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 12/28/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/29/1987 D 


6 


N 



S 


2 


2/25/1987 A 




N H70 


S 


2 


2/26/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


2/28/1987 B 




U T30 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 D 




E 


H 


2 


3/03/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


3/06/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 


3/16/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


3/27/1987 A 




N M06 



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1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



RETAIL, AUTO SALES KEN STEADY FOR 1937 
raUNTY SEEKS STATE OK FOR MI(«RITY4«RK LAU 
rajNTY SHOULDN'T COPY CIH PIKCHASING FtJLICY 

cm SHoSrr pay more to local Figis 

COJNCIL POLICY INSULT TO LOCAL lEALERS 
SpS K bill that would DOUBLE AUTO TAX 
LUXURY CAR SdSS KEEP ROLLING ALONG 

AUTOS, T«FrS 

SEE ALSO ROBBERY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO TFUCKS, T>€FTS 

^IVER CF STOLEN CAR CHASED, ARRESTED 
MAN SAYS HOPED THIEF SHOT HIM IN LEG 
BREAK-IN CfU. LEADS TO STOLEN KEYS, CPR 
10- YEAR TERM FOR ATTEMPTED ASS^T 
VIRGINIA MAN ARRESTED IN Cm, V^TVCFTS 

^^C^^K^'^^S'kSI^G, GREENSBORO R^ 

KuTSr^^a^^^TIse 
teen-ager arrested in car, cash thgt 

TEEN ARRESTED IN t€NDERSCN; CAR RECOVERED ,^,,„^ 
A TRAIL^ STOLEN VEHICLES LEADS TO UNDERAGE DRIVERS 

jmmsm aKrestedfor assessing stolen car 

GUWAN ROBS Dai, ABDUCTS MAJWGER 
^llfr&'^ffilKuNT, DURHAM POLICE SAY 

ScWbSSlS ES'bB^aLiN flees from LAU OFFICERS 

PASSION OF STOLEN CAR CHARGES FILED AGAINSTTUO 

NINE OFFICERS ARREST SUSPECT IN THREE AUTO THEFTS, CHASES 

INmTE! EPISOie LIKI 'TWILIGHT ZONE' 

MAN CWRGED WITH CAR TJCR 

IttlLBOXES DESTROYED _ „^.„^ 

CAR UIT>^ CHILD IN IT TAKEN, REJIMO 

E^APEE ARRESTED AFTER CRASHING MP 

ROXBORO MAN REPORTS ROBBERY 

HENDERSON POLICE FIND STOLEN N.J^CAR 

TUO ^£NBERSON (CN CH^GED IN ROBBERY 

2 mt ARRESTO AFTER CHASE 

CAR STOLEN IN OXFORD IS RECOVERED 

S^Mif Sl?^0lsESSI^^0F STOIIN C^^^ ^ 

ITS^^J ^f dK ^^P 

CREEDMCOR POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING D« THEFT 

C^^^TED STOLEN IN FLA. FOUND IN WKmi; 5 CHARGED 

2 CWfiGED IN RADIO SHACK JHEFT 

TEEN FACES CAR THEFT, OTHER CHARGES 

A SUNDAY DRI^ IN A STOLEN CAR TURNS TOWARD JAIL 

CUMBERLAND COU^TWJUSE KEYS MISSING 

TEEN CHARGED WITH AUTO THEFT 

NINE CHARGES FILED AFTER DURHAM CHASE 

TUO C/ftS ARE STOLEN IN ROXBORO 

DIKHAM CRIiCSTCPPERS 

CAR-TVEFT RING TIED TO CHATHAM ^ „,^ 

POLICEAUAIT DURHAM TIE TO CAR SCAM IN SILER CITY 

2 SHOOTINGS REPORTED 

DURHAM MW SWT, THEN CAR STOLD^ 

FOJR WANTED IN SWMTING ARRESTO IN GA. 

STOLEN CAR LEADS TO ROBBERY ARREST 

AUTOS, VANay.ISM 

SEE ALSO VANDALISM, DtfiWAH 

?^ Jc'^iF^S^^TI W39 CAR WINDOWS 
ROCKS HIT WINDSHIELDS OF TW CARS 

AVIE'S HALLMARK SHOP (CHAPEL HILL, N.C.) 



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3/29/1987 D 
3/31/1987 C 
4/02/1987 A 
5/26/1987 A 
5/26/1987 A 
7/14/1987 C 
10/27/1987 D 



10 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 
6 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 





S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


3 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 





H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


? 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


9 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 





H 


2 



1/11/1987 C 
1/12/1987 A 
1/16/1987 A 
1/17/1987 C 
1/22/1987 B 
1/25/1987 B 
1/26/1987 B 
2/01/1987 B 
2/05/1987 C 
2/16/1987 A 
5/20/1987 B 
5/22/1987 B 
5/22/1987 A 
5/28/1987 C 
6/06/1987 C 
7/10/1987 A 
7/16/1987 B 
7/23/1987 B 
7/25/1987 A 
8/11/1987 C 
8/13/1987 C 
8/14/1987 A 
8/18/1987 C 
9/10/1987 B 
9/20/1987 C 
9/23/1987 C 
10/10/1987 C 
10/11/1987 C 
10/12/1987 B 
10/13/1987 B 
10/19/1987 C 
10/19/1987 C 
10/21/1987 B 
10/24/1987 B 
11/03/1987 C 
11/07/1987 C 
11/07/1987 B 
11/16/1987 C 
11/18/1987 C 
11/20/1987 B 
11/23/1987 B 
11/26/1987 C 
12/01/1987 
12/07/1987 
12/09/1987 
12/09/1987 
12/15/1987 
12/'16/1987 - 
12/17/1987 B 
12/29/1987 C 



6 
10 
12 

4 

2 

7 

8 

7 

6 

6 

8 

1 
10 

1 

1 

3 

11 

1 

11 
1 
1 

15 
1 
1 
4 

10 
3 
6 
6 
1 
1 
2 



N 

N tt06 

E 

E 

L 

N L40 

N 



N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N BIO 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N M51 

N B53 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

Q 

N 



1 F N M51 



N M51 

N 

N 

N B53 

N 

N 080 

N 

H 

N 

N 

Q 

N 

N B52 

N B53 

N 

N ( 

N 



S 2 3/25/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 4/16/1987 A 10 N 
H 1 6/25/1987 B 1 N j 



I 



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1/01/1987 



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12/^1/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



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POLICE CHASE, ARREST MAN «TIR STORE BRE/«-IN 



AVILA 



AVILA IS PUCE. FOR ftDITATION 



AVITROL 

SEE ALSO PESTICIDES 
'FLOCK-FRIGHTENING' 



DRUG USED TO SCARE PESKY PIGEONS AWAY 



Mm, N.C. 

TWISTER RIPS OUTER BfVJKS; 4 IN>AJRED 

hfiNXS 'BLINDSIDED' BY TUISTERi 4 HURT 

OUTER BANKS TORNADO DAMAGE IS ESTIMATED AT $800,000 

AWARDS 

SEE ALSO ALBERT SCHWEITZER INTERNATIONAL PRIZES 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN DANCE FESTIVAL, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO ANTWWY J. MCKEVLIN AWARD 

SEE ALSO ARTIE AWARDS 

SEE ALSO BARLETT DURHAM AWARD 

SEE ALSO msum OVENS MEMORIAL AWARD 

SEE ALSO BEVERLY AND U^RAMIE HITCHIN6S AWARD 

SEE ALSO C, KNOX (WSSEY DISTINOJISHED SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO CARLIE B. SESSOMS AWARD 

SEE ALSO CHARLES DUNCAN HCIVER AWARD 

SEE ALSO CIVIC HONOR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO C0N(3?ESSI(»IAL BRONZE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DISTINOJISICD WO^EN OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO DUKE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DUKE POWER SCHOLASTIC EXCELLENCE AW(i«DS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO WK£ UNIV., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. DISTIWJUISHED TEACHING AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COIMY SCHOOLS, AWARDS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COWTY StCRIFF'S DEPT., fCRITORIlUS SERVICE AWARD 

SEE ALSO DURHAM HERALD CO., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD 

SEE ALSO "FLEECE OF T}€ YEAR" 

SEE ALSO GARDEN CLUB OF N.C, fWSLIN AWARD 

SEE ALSO GOLD STAR AWARDS 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S AWARD FOR BRAVERY AND «ROIS« 

SEE ALSO GOVERNOR'S BUSIhESS AWARDS 

SEE (LSD JEFFERSON AlWRDS 

SEE ALSO KNIGHT HERITAGE AW«D 

SEE ALSO LONE VIGIL AWARD 

SEE ALSO MAYFLOWER SOCIETY AWARD 

SEE ALSO NAISMITH AWARD 

SEE ALSO NANCY SUSAN REYNOJS AWARDS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BOOK AWARDS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL fOAL OF ARTS 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ICDAL OF SCIENCE 

SEE ALSO lOlLA AWARD 

SEE ALSO NOBa PEACE PRIZE 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV., AWARDS 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BANK FACU.TY AWARD 

SEE ALSO N.C. PRIZE 

SEE ALSO 0. MAX GARDNER AWARD 

SEE ALSO OLYfPIC SPIRIT AWARD 

SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD TO YOTTH 

SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING YOUNG «N»S AWARD 

SEE ALSO OUTSTANDING Y01M3 WOfO OF AI€RICA 

SEE ALSO PATTERSON MEDAL 

SEE PLSQ PEGGY MANN AWARD 

SEE ALSO RECORDS AND FIRSTS 

SEE ALSO ReiSSELAER MEDAL 

SEE ALSO REWARD 

SEE ALSO RICHARD LOJNSBERY AWARD 

SEE ALSO ROBERT AND RAY KROC RESEARCH AWARD 



H 2 3/07/1987 C 2 N 080 
S 2 5/04/1987 B 1 P F S27 

H 2 2/08/1987 D 13 N 



S 2 3/31/1987 A 1 N 
H 2 4/01/1987 A 1 P N 
H 2 4/02/1987 A 17 N 



-U630- 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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1 ^1 SIrS^^F^I^^T^S CF SfmARSHIF.) 

1 S:l U^^hSnt^the year au^ 

SEE ALSO TAKE PftIK IN (VCRICA 
SEE ALSO TEAOO OF TK YEAR AWrf?D 

i ^1 a^^lETAJ^f^^IV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, 

M ALSO TKIfWGLE [CVELOffCNT AWARDS 

^ ^^ UNIl^. OF N.C., UNIlCRSm AWARD 

M AL^ m^> OF N.C.^>^AKL HILL, AUAPIS 

SEE ALSO UILUAM A. KIRKLA^ffl AUARD 

^ ALSO WILLIAM RICHARDSON DAVIE AUARD _ 

^ AL^ WILLIAM U. SHINGLETON (*im FOR SERVICE 

^ ALSO UO^!EN'S EQUALITY DAY AW«Il 

^ FAM^EDITOR GETS AW«D FRO« f€KTAL4€ALTH GROUP 

AN HONCRED URITER ^ _„ 

SCOUT LEADER WHSSD AT BANQUET 

DIE)€RS RECEIVE AUARD FOR LIFELI^E 

ROXBOR'O JAYCEES KIMCR MINISTER 

AUARD UIWER 

DECA AUARDS 

FITIPATRIC\ PICKED FOR SERVI^ $"^5,„^„ 

FITZPATRICK TO GET FACLLTY SER^'ICE AWARD^^^ 

TWO DURHAM (€N TO GET ENTFEF'REhe^IM. AWARDS 

DliWAM ENTREPRENEl^ GET AUARDS 

HRS. «YERS GETS SERVICE AUARD 

ACnEPTING AtW^DS 

KEIGHTON RECEIVES CONSERVATION AUARD 

U.S. AUARD CITES HAYTI REBIRTH 

^^icH'S^^P^CT^^ffiT DVCER -AJ^INNING SCIENTIST 

imtf^ ACAKMY RECEIVES AUARD FROM U.S. AGENCY 

R'OXEOW PLANT RECEH.CS FgD WJARJ3 

CREST ST. PROXCT WINS FEI£R«- AUARD 

fS'pRESI^ OF L>C STU^S UINSTIME AUARD 

S/y.UTE TO W)fCrOUNS' SCH«ITZER HONOREES 

C^ST STREET («ARD CAME AFTER LOf« FISHT 

RTI SCIENTISTS WIN AUARDS FOR RESEi«CH 

m£ HISTORIAN RECEIVES AW^D 

m£ LABOR' HISTORIAN RECEIVES AU^ 

PfNG^KfcE'Sir^'^^C^^'vES AUARD FROM NORT. C^INA JAYCEES 

BRID^J^S^SlSro TO H»CR DAY-CARE DIRECTOR 

3TU£^S^ARD=UINNINGRESPIRAT0R STUDY ALL IN VEIN 

^m ;#«ITER WINS LA. PRESS AWARD 

fiU<E GIVES AU*«DS FOR CREATIVE WRITING 

AWARD WIfWER 

S^ WINS MEDICAL AUi«D 

aUB TO GIVE AUARD MAY 18 

(SOLCGIST PIL'<EY TO RECEIVE (CDAL 
GARDEN CLUB WINS AWARDS 

EISlLS^OF^^lNrffi^OR^YS .LIFE BEGINS AT 70' 

NEW OFFICERS 

'OOEN DEEDS' HONORED 

(ISTEtrREE RECEIVES GEOGR<:fHERS' Att^^D 

^lETY OF ffitBRAPHERS HCNWS WOMAN AT W*E 

NAVAL RESERVE PLACES HIGH PRICE ON AWARD 

2 RECEIVE EXCELLENCE AUARDS AT 1>*C-G .^^rrn 

KINSTON ^kJTRITION DIRECTO.R HfflCFED FW IJPRWEMENTS 

ALAMANCE LAU OFF ICERS HOf«R PATROL TROOPER 

GENETICISTS HOfKRED ^,,^^^ 

GIT>€NS TEAO-ER WINS WiTICNAL AUARD 

HILLSIDE CQSMONY HONORS STUI£NTS, PARENTS, ALUfMJS 

CITY STUDENTS GET CITIZENSHIP AUARDS 



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1/12/1987 A 
1/14/1987 C 
1/18/1987 D 
1/30/1987 B 
1/31/1987 A 
2/04/1987 
2/(S/1987 
2/06/1987 
2/12/1987 
2/19/1987 _ 
2/21/1987 B 
2/21/1987 B 
2/26/1987 C 
3/10/1987 
3/14/1987 
3/14/1987 
3/15/1987 
3/16/1987 
3/19/1987 
3/21/1987 
3/24/1987 
3/26/1987 
3/28/1987 
3/30/1987 
4/02/1987 
4/04/1987 
4/05/1987 
4/06/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/09/1987 . 
4/10/1987 B 
4/15/1987 B 
4/16/1987 C 
4/16/1987 C 
4/28/1987 B 
5/01/1987 C 
5/06/1987 B 
5/08/1987 A 
5/10/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/19/1987 
5/19/1987 B 
5/20/1987 A 
5/23/1987 A 
5/23/1987 A 
5/23/1987 B 
5/26/1987 A 
5/26/1987 B 
5/28/1987 B 
5/28/1987 C 
; 6/02/1987 C 
: 6/04/1987 C 



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C 
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C 
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1 P 
7 

1 P 
4 
1 
3 
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13 P 
10 P 
13 
7 
6 
8 
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1 F 
9 

1 F 
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9 F 
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16 
4 

4 
7 

3 

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8 

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-a630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



MERGE GETS $50,000 

SPECIAL AWARD 

DIKE PROFESSOR WINS ♦225,000 RESEARCH AWARD 

SMITH Gas AWARD AT CWIO UNIVERSITY 

COLLINS i, AIKMAN RECEIVES AWARD FROM GBiERM. MOTORS 

DR. BEACH GETS ALUMNI AWARD FROM UESLEYAN 

MS. SHOAF GETS DENTISTRY AWARD 

ODUM BROTHERS WIN COVETED SWEDISH PRIZE 

GOOD CITIZENS 

N.C. HAN GETS GOODWILL AWARD 

LIONS HONORED 

YOUTH AWARDS 

KEEP N.C. CLEAN AGENCY TO (£T A NATIONS. AWARD 

CHAPEL HILL WOMAN GETS ALW«JI AWARD 

AWARD UNVEILO 

HENICRSCN FIANT RECEIVES AWARD 

PIEDMONT PHI BETA LAMBDA WINS FIVE NATIONAL AUi!«DS 

GLAXO HONORS ATHLETES 

DURHAM COUNTY CITED FOR INVENTORY PROGRAM 

STATE AGENCY HONORS MAN WHO GAVE LIFE RESCUING SWIWER 

THORPE NOMINEES NAMED 

INVESTIGATOR AWARD GIVEN DUKE TEACtCR 

COm/TER SCIENCE STUDENT RECEIVES mtm 

10 CO>PLETE TRUCK DRIVIfffi CLASS 

DUWAM RESIDENTS WIN AWARD 

CHAMBER WINS AWARD 

MARRIOn/CAROLINA SERVICE GETS (mfiD 

NINE N.C. l.ff?ITERS, PtCTS GET LITERARY AWARDS 

IBM HONOO FOR JOB TRAINING PROjRAM 

OFFBEAT HISTORY! PRIZES THAT NOBODY NOTICES 

CENTERFEST LOtKS TO NEXT YEAR 

TRIO FROM CHARLOTTE WINS MUSIC AWARD IN EUROPE 

CABLEVISION GETS $1,000 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

HONORING SERVICE 

DUWAM BAN8<ER GETS NATIONAL BUSINESS HONOR 

ADMARK BECOMES ALLENTON SUBSIDIARY 

f€W OFFICERS, TOP CIVITANS 

CIVITAN AWARDS 

AWARD-WII#<ING NURSE; SHIRLEY CALLAH(W 'GOT A LITTLE TAR» ... 

OTHER COUNTY UCKKER'S HONORED FOR WORK 

MS. TAYLOR'S EFFORTS GAIN NATIONAL NOTICE 

DUKE COUPLE GETS AWARD FOR WORK WITH ffGHfiiG 

MINORITY-BUSINESS TACK EARNS BAM< CHIEF U.S. AWARD 

TOP OPTIMIST 

SPECIAL AWARDS 

DUKE MAGAZINE WINS hERIT AWARD 

SPECIAL AWARDS 

AGENCY FOR BLIND GIVES AWARD TO DUKE DOCTOR 

DU<E EDUCATOR GETS AWARD FOR HELPING VISUAUY IWAIRED 

DUWAM RESIDENTS GET GENEALOGY AWARDS 

FIGHTER SQUAL'RON SOUGHT FOR TOP-RYING N.C. GUARD GROUP 

ARTICLES; DUWAM BLl£SMAN, THOMAS BURT, WINS AWARD 

RALEIGH SCIENTIST IS HONORED BY AGRICULTU^ DEPART?€NT 

WORLEY GETS AWARD 

Bl«T, MRS. LANDIS HONORED BY FOLKLK^ SOCIETY 

BUSINESS PROFESSOR AT DUKE RECEIVES 1987 NCNB AWARD 

GRANVILLE SOmiS HONORED 

3 UNC FACULH HONOvED 

WOODLOTS PA>€L TO RECEIVE AWARD 

UNC PROF GETS RESEARCH AWARD 

TRIANGLE TAKES 60 PERCENT OF ENTREPI^itURIAL AWARDS 

SEAT-BaT USE DOES MORE THAN JUST WIN AWARDS 

SMAa FIRMS ARE CITED FOR EXCELLENCE 

OUTSTANDING COUNTY 

BOOK ON SOVIET BLK PUBLISHED AT DU<E WINS SHUMAN PRIZE 

N.C. MAN WINS FFA AWARD 

OUTSTANDING YOUTHS 

DUKE RECREATION PROF TO GET AWARD 

HISTORIC CHAPEL HILL SCENES, NATURE PICTURES DECORATE N.C. CALENDARS 



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6/09/1987 A 
6/10/1987 B 
6/11/1987 B 
6/16/1987 A 
6/17/1987 C 
6/17/1987 A 
6/20/1987 A 
6/21/1987 C 
6/23/1987 B 
6/24/1987 A 
6/25/1987 
6/27/1987 
6/29/1987 
7/06/1987 
7/10/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/24/1987 B 
8/01/1987 B 
8/15/1987 B 
8/25/1987 A 
8/28/1987 D 
8/31/1987 A 
9/01/1987 B 
9/01/1987 C 
9/03/1987 B 
9/03/1987 B 
9/05/1987 A 
9/11/1987 A 
9/16/1987 A 
9/19/1987 A 
9/21/1987 A 
9/23/1987 B 
9/24/1987 B 
9/24/1987 D 
9/25/1987 A 
9/26/1987 A 
9/28/1987 B 
9/28/1987 C 
10/03/1987 
10/05/1987 
10/05/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/07/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/17/1987 B 
10/20/1987 C 
10/24/1987 
10/27/1987 
10/27/1987 
10/28/1987 
11/05/1987 
11/05/1987 
11/06/1987 
11/08/1987 B 
11/08/1987 D 
11/09/1987 A 
11/09/1987 B 
11/09/1987 B 
11/10/1987 C 
11/11/1987 
11/11/1987 
11/11/1987 
11/11/1987 
11/11/1987 
11/13/1987 
11/14/1987 
11/14/1987 
11/15/1987 



R76 



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-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



LIBRARIANS WIN AW(«D _ ^^ 

CLUB fWES AWARD A FAMILY AFFAIR 
FRW«LINTON KAN RECEIVES Al*«D 

A^IOL^^-EXTENSION AGENT UINS RJR AWARD 
BAKKERS UIN FOZO AWARDS ^_„ 

ORANGE'S EfOYD RECEIVES STATE WMSi 
CHARLOTTE EDITOR UINS AUARD 
SPRINGER SETS READ 
LIBRARY AWARDS 

FBW.f£NT AWARD HONORING SMITH aXOfT 
BEST IN SHOW 

LMERShRaRDS given for WORK ON OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

FIREFIGHTER HONORED 

RECORD FIRM GETS HUSIC AWARD 

l€RITORIOUS SERVICE AW(«D 

OXFORD mi HONOR-ED FOR TffiATER WORK 

^li^K^mIn^K^choppy surf EAR^HERO'S mei^ 

DIKE PRESS BOOK ON FOREIGN POLICY OF USSR LAUDED 

AWARBCSS (fa ENSEMBLE (HJSIC GRO?) 
REGG<!£ BENEFIT PUWO 

Se^ ^^iS FIAYS REGGAE... AT ARTS CENTER. 
FRIDAY GUIDEi WHEJ^ TO (ffl, WHAT TO SEE 

^^iRuWkETING SCHEME RAISES ETHICAL QUESTIONS AMONG DOCTORS 

'^'^ '^Sd T«^ at ford: 'GARDENS 1^ ENO' ^^^^, ^^^^ 
HIStSiC AYRMOJNT WILL RING UIPH CELEBRATION TU€S 
BA(yiPER WELCWCS (SJESTS AT BDCFIT 

AZALEA FESTIWi. 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C. 

^MFlr^EvSf 'kM'gOOD choices FOR HONOR 
AZALEAS mt BE MISSING FROM FESHVAL 

AZALEAS 

S aiSo^^ffif^yfft'MAKE YOUR AZALEAS THRIVE 
SPIKING FLOWERS _^^ ^^ 

GARDEN A DELIGHT TO PASSERS-BY 
LOWE'S GROVE AZALEAS 

^^ ^Sy to COWCNCE MANEIATO, CaONa..." (CARTON) 
3 DIE; N.C. CREWAN S(^ AFTER COLO. BOMBER CRASH 
3 SURVIVE CRASH OF B-IB B3MBER 
B-IB (CARTOON) 

MILIT^Y NEEDS REVIEW OF AVIATION TRAINING 
B-IB CRASH WAS NO JOKE 
CARTOON WAS DISTASTEFUL 



SUBJECTS 


PAGE 11 
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1 11/21/1987 C 


1 N 


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2 11/21/1987 B 


5 P P W62 


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2 11/21/1987 C 


1 N 


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2 11/28/1987 C 


2 N 


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2 11/29/1987 C 


9 P N 


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2 11/30/1987 C 


6 N 


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2 12/04/1987 D 


10 N 


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2 12/09/1987 C 


14 P P 


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3 12/10/1987 B 


1 N 080 


S 


2 12/10/1987 D 


1 P F B71 


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2 12/10/1987 D 


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2 12/17/1987 A 


19 N 


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2 12/22/1987 A 


6 P P W62 


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2 12/23/1987 A 


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H 


2 12/24/1987 B 


2 P P K30 


H 


1 12/24/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 12/29/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 12/51/1987 A 


1 P N N36 


H 


2 12/^1/1987 A 


11 N D80 


S 


2 1/22/1987 D 


8 N 


H 


2 1/23/1987 D 


6 P P 


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2 8/27/1987 D 


2 P P 


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2 10/09/1987 D 


14 P I 



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2 4/21/1987 A 
2 5/19/1987 B 



6 P N H45 
6 U H4S 
2 P U H45 



2 3/27/1987 A 4 E 
2 4/07/1987 C 3 N 



3/25/1987 
4/19/1987 
4/22/1987 
5/01/1987 
10/15/1987 



3/27/1987 
9/29/1987 
9/29/1987 
10/03/1987 
10/03/1987 
10/12/1987 
10/12/1987 



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1 2/24/1987 B 1 

2 9/02/1987 A 1 



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BBC 

SEE BRITISH BROAICASTING CORP. 

BFI WASTE SYSTEMS ^^^ ^^^ 

SEE BROWNING FERRIS INDUSTRIES IfC. 

BHT SUBWAY DELI (CHAPEL HILL BLVD.) 

Gl^AN ROBS DELI, ABDUCTS MANAGER 



S 2 5/28/1987 C 1 N 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



POLICE RELEASE SKETCH (F MAN WW ROBBED Dai 

BHT SUBUAY Dai ((CRITAGE SOWiRE) 

MAN UITH SMJTaJN ROBS HERITA(£ SQUARE Dai 

MANAGER KIDNAPPED, SEXlWaY ASSAULTED AFTER SHOP ROBBED 

BNR 

SEE BELL-NORTHERN RESEARCH 

B. EVEREH JORDAN DAM 

BILLS HAVE $17.4 MiaiON FOR THEE N.C. PROJECTS 

B. EVEKEH XRDAN LAKE 

SEE ALSO CHATHAM COIMY RECREATION AREA 
SEE ALSO EBE)€ZER CHURCH RECREATION AREA 

JORDAN LAKE ON EhWIROK^ENTAL PAhEL'S AGENDA 

CRITICS, SUPPORTERS aASH ON USE OF JORDAN LAKE UATER 

SOUTHEAST BEGINNING RECOVERY FROM I^Ol^HT 

JORDAN WATER USERS TO MONITOR QUALITY 

JORDAN USERS APPEAR READY TO BUY MORE UATER TESTS 

WATERFOWL CHANGES PROPOSED 

JOaWN LAKE HYDRCELECTRIC PLANT PLA^B€D 

REPORT COULD HEAT UP PtOSPHATE BAN BATTLE 

PA^EL: REMOVE PHOSPHORUS FROM SEUAffi 

RECENT RAIN, SNOW PUSH JORDAN LAKE TO NEW HIGH 

JORDAN LAKE HITS RECORD UATER LEVa 

U«E BOATERS BEWARE 

TRIANGLE LAKE LEVaS RIW HIGH, RESTRICT RECREATION 

HIGH UATER AT JORDW LAKE 

HIGH UATER KEEPS JORDAN CLOSED 

ALAMANCE MAY EXPEDITE TESTS W UWIFia SITE 

PARKS AGENCY NAMES DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT 

ALAMANCE COWISSIONERS MEET TODAY ON TESTS FOR LANDFia SITE 

THE KIEAT ESCAPE 

PADDLING AROUND FUU JORDfH LAKE DMKMC FUN FOR SPANia, FRIENDS 

KERR LAKE IS STia Tl€ BEST BET FOR CAMPSITES 

ZOOLOGISTS, WILDLIFE AGENCY PLAN STUDY OF JORDAN IfiCE 

JORDAN LAKE ECOLOGY TO BE STUDIED 

WE EAGLES m/E LANIO 

PHOSPHATE KTERGENT BAN STALLS IN mUSE COMMITTEE 

CHATHAM OKS SOJ€ PLANS ON LAND USE 

HOJSE PANa APPROVES BAN ON PHOSPHATE DETERGENTS 

Bia UOIO PROTECT SENSITIVE WATERSWIS 

HIRI UATER aOSES SOME CAMPING AREAS 

STUDY TO EXAMI^E SEASONAL CHANGES IN UATER QUALITY 

PUWfCRS EYEING TAPS TO JtKDAN LAKE 

AREA LAKES RECEDE; KERR LEVa STia HIGH 

RALEIGH WATERSHED PROTECTION Bia DRAWS FIRE 

UATER PLAN RILES CITY OFFICIALS 

JORDAN LAKE ANGLERS 

WATERSHED PROTECTION SHOULD BE STATEWIDE 

HEARIIffi Uia AIR USE OF JORDAN WATER 

54 EAGLES SPOTTO AT XRDAN LAKE 

BALD EAGLES aXK BACK TO LAKE 

CASTING OFF 

ALAMANCE LANDFia 

PROPOSED ALAMANCE LANDFILL IS Tt«EAT TO JORDAN LAKE 

TRIANGLE J PLANS JORDAN LAKE STUDY 

Bia IN CO(«RESS INCLUDES »16.6 MiaiON FOR FAaS, JORDAN LAKES 

MAN PRESUMED DROWNED 

BODY RECOVERED FROM JORDAN LAKE 

NEW RESERVOIR, HIGHER DAM MAY HELP WATER l€EDS 

EAaE OBSERVATION PLATFORM OPENED 

umm TOUTS water ordinance as best in N.C. 

TRIA(«3LE LEADERS ARGUE JUST WHOSE WATER IS IT? 
state to HELP WITH TRIANGLE VANPCCL PROGRAM 
FISHERMAN RESCUES BALD EAGLE 
EAGLES AND BOATERS CAN CO-EXIST AT LAKE 
EAO-E RESOO AT LAKE READY TO TEST ITS WINGS 
RESCUED EAGLE MAY HAVE BEEN POISONED 



N E 

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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 6/05/1987 C 1 P N T85 



S 2 5/12/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 5/29/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 11/19/1987 C 



H 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


11 N M97 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 B 


1 N 046 


H 


2 


1/12/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/14/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 B 


5 N M97 


H 


2 


1/18/1987 B 


13 N W60 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


2/26/1987 B 


1 P N 046 


H 


2 


2/27/1987 B 


1 N 046 


S 


2 


3/04/1987 A 


1 N S33 


H 


1 


3/05/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


3/05/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


3/06/1987 A 


1 P N B85 


H 


1 


3/06/1987 B 


1 P P F70 


H 


3 


3/07/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


1 


3/10/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


1 


3/10/1987 B 


1 N H60 


H 


1 


3/12/1987 B 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 D 


1 P F U66 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 C 


1 D F N36 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


1 


3/20/1987 B 


5 N 


S 


2 


3/21/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/24/1987 A 


9 D N C60 


H 


1 


4/03/1987 C 


1 P N L40 


H 


3 


4/07/1987 B 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 B 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 B 


1 N M97 


H 


2 


4/18/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


4/18/1987 C 


1 N M97 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 C 


6 N M97 


S 


2 


4/27/1987 A 


1 C N H70 


H 


2 


4/28/1987 A 


1 N S51 


S 


2 


4/28/1987 B 


1 N H70 


H 


1 


5/02/1987 C 


1 P P H60 


S 


2 


5/05/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


5/16/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


1 


5/22/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/23/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


1 


5/26/1987 B 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


6/25/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 B 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/02/1987 C 


7 N 080 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 A 


1 M N M06 


H 


2 


8/05/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


8/05/1987 A 


1 M Q M06 


S 


2 


8/08/1987 A 


1 P Q M06 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 A 


15 N M97 


S 


2 


8/19/1987 A 


6 N 


S 


2 


8/21/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


1 


8/27/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 


8/28/1987 A 


5 N 



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INSECTICirC SUSPECTED AS CAUSE OF EASE'S ILOESS 

^'reSiMs'inIeport'^IS^ u^ ^ther uater supky source 

LaH wSvOIrSaTEP KCISION likely at P^'S XT. 20 MEETING 
CHATfWM TO TRY RECYCLING PMkECT _^ ^ ^^^ 

SSthS willing TO CCCPERATC ON JORDAN UATER PLANT 
mUNTY UATO, SEUER P^ICY TO PUSH INOJSTRIW. GROWTH 

^l^ALf^Sf^^t^W^TER PL^S IN 0^1^ COUNT. 

SiATWM IWTD^ «ED CALLS FOR CLOSE STUDY 

O^THAM AIWISED TO BUY UATER FIANT WITH L£A^^ 

BILLSHAVE »17.4 MILlIfflJ FOR THREE N.C. PRO^CTS 

RECREATION DEvH-OPHENT TO CONTINLEAT Lj^S 

KERR, JORDAN LAKE PATR'OLS TO K^FED [P 

BOB T>£ BALU EAGLE READY FOR FREEDOI 

ACTION IJ«XD NOW ON REGIONAL flfitiS 

EAGLE FREED AT JO^iAN LAKE 

FREE AGAIN 

S0« C^«^>5« LANDOIWERS ANGERED BY SUBDiyiSION PL^^^^,..^^ 
^AnTf^XS LAKES INaUDED IN »4.2 BILLION UATER PRO(»AM 

BABCXK AND WILCOX (fWCL£AR PLANT DESI^S) 
^^ALSO NUCL£AR PLANTS, U.S., ACCIDENTS 
SEE ALSO NUCLEAR SfiTTi 

^ AL^ TmEE MILE ISLAND, PO#JSYLU(WIA 

GRWP Aa«FOR sfuTDOW^ OF EIGHT NUCLEAR REACTORS 
DIKE POWER COteiDERS TAKIfC OVER CALIF. PLAhfT 

BABE RUTH LEACa^ 

SEE ALSO BASEBALL „ 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL 
SEE (tSO YOJTH SPORTS _ 

B*y^INO BASEBfUl TRYOUTS SET 

RVffilNO BASEBALL TRYOUTS SET 

NEW LEAGLE OPENS 

BAMBINO EASEBWJ. RClJflX^ 

^Zi S%%l'lN BABE mn LIAGUE BASEBALL 
BASEBALL PLAYOFFS BEGIN JULY 9 „ „^ - 

KARATEINTERNATIOiAL CAPn*£S BAMBINO TITLE 

SrS^-S'^T AS BAMBINO DISTRICT CHW« 

BABE RUTH f^EPS WIN DISTRICT TITLE 

BAMBINO i^-STARS TRY AGAIN TONICKT 

BAK RUTH ALL-STf^ LOSE IN FIN^S 

SOUTH GRANVILLE WINS BAMBINO CRO«N 

DISTRICT CHWPS 

PREP AU-STARS 

FiWARE/GRANVILLE SECOND 

JR. OLrVPlC SOFTBALL 

BABES IN TOYIjW (DANCE) 

BALLET IN 'BABES' REVIVAL 
'BABES' OFfTOS E^^Y SPIRH 
DASHING THOUGH THE TRAFFIC 

"BABY" (PLAY)^ ^ , , ov ' 

i«JKpfuARtH^TlD''BABY' A NOSTALGIA TRIP FOR PARDfTS 

^^'^ ^OnKeATON SAVES 'BABY- AS MOVIE 

BABY BOOM GOCRATION ^.^^ 

'BABY BOOMERS' NOW TRADING UP-Sl5^€Y ,^,„,,^^ 

'N^TALGIA^ADS RICOOCT TO KIDS OF BABY-BO«CRS 
rKnITIM FtK the year 2000 i INDUSTRY OFFICIALS PLA^ff<ING... 
B^ B^ERS IH3ED TO PREPARE AGING PROGRAMS 

BABY DREAfC INC. 



-DATE- 



s 


2 


H 


3 


H 


3 


H 


3 


H 


3 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



8/29/1987 B 
9/07/1987 A 
10/01/1987 B 
10/02/1987 C 
10/06/1987 C 
10/10/1987 C 
10/21/1987 B 
11/03/1987 C 
11/07/1987 C 
11/09/1987 A 
11/14/1987 C 
11/19/1987 C 
11/20/1987 B 
11/20/1987 B 
12/03/1987 B 
12/03/1987 B 
12/05/1987 C 
12/05/1987 A 
12/08/1987 C 
12/18/1987 B 
12/23/1987 B 



-PG 

5 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
7 
1 
1 
9 
11 
2 
1 
4 
1 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



H 2 2/11/1987 B 7 
H 2 12/20/1987 B 1 



N 
N 

N MIO 
N MIO 
N K65 
N K65 
N MIO 
N 080 
N K65 
E 

N K65 
N 

N H60 
N L40 
N 

N 046 
N 

P T37 
P T37 
N K&5 
N 



s 


2 3/06/1987 D 


2 N 


s 


2 3/11/1987 D 


3 N 


s 


2 4/22/1987 C 


8 P P K30 


s 


2 5/12/1987 B 


9 N 


s 


2 5/19/1987 B 


6 P F A76 


s 


2 5/26/1987 B 


6 P F A7i 


s 


2 6/23/1987 B 


5 P N 


s 


2 6/30/1987 B 


8 P N 


s 


2 7/07/1987 B 


7 N 


s 


2 7/14/1987 E 


4 N 


s 


2 7/21/1987 D 


5 N 


s 


2 7/21/1987 D 


5 N 


s 


2 7/21/1987 D 


11 N 


s 


2 7/28/1987 B 


4 P N A7< 


s 


2 7/28/1987 B 


6 P P 


s 


2 7/28/1987 B 


6 P P 


H 


2 8/04/1987 B 


^ ^ , 


s 


2 8/18/1987 B 


5 P P 


H 


2 12/04/1987 D 


9 P N 


H 


2 12/11/1987 D 


7 R Pli 


H 


2 12/19/1987 D 


5 P P L3 


s 


2 10/08/1987 D 


7 P P 


H 


2 10/16/1987 D 


2 R PI 


H 


2 11/06/1987 D 


7 P R 36' 


H 


2 3/01/1987 F 


1 ^ ^ 


s 


2 8/24/1987 C 


1 U HC 


H 


2 10/16/1987 A 


6 P F CJ 


s 


2 10/29/1987 A 


20 J K 



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t 



ROXBORO COMPANY MOVING TO GA, 

BABY FOOD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

SEE ALSO NUTRITION 

BABY'S HOMEMADE FEAST 

BABIES CAN EAT 'FINGER FOODS' 

BABY SELLING 

SEE CHILD SELLING 
SEE CHILDREN 
SEE INFANTS 

BABY SITTERS 

WEE HOW? WANDERERS FOUND ON BUSY STREET l£ARING Of4.Y DIAPERS 

BABYSITTER BONDED? 

REUNION TODAY TO END 39-YEAR 'VISIT' TO N.Y. 

JUDGE FINDS WOMAN INCAPABLE OF STANDING TRIAL 

WOMAN GIVEN SUSPENDED THRM FOR MOLESTING CHILD IN HER CARE 

BACtC GPOUP 

SEE BAOE HALSEY STUART SHIELDS, INC. 

BACIC m.SP( STUART SHIELDS, INC. 

ORANGE COIKJE SUES SECURITIES CWPtiff 

BAOELKS 

BIDDING FtK BACHELORS 

BACHaOR BIDDING 

SIN6L£: IT'S A STATE OF MIND 

SUN WAITER EXPLORES JOYS OF BACICLORWMD 

FIRES GLOW ON FOND feiORIES 

WHEN YOU'RE 2, EVERYTHING'S >CW 

IF IT'S BROKEN, HE CAN FIX IT 

NEED A BREAK? HAVE A tWLIDAY 

UNSTUFFED CABBAGE IS EASY TO MAKE 

NO FOOLING, TODAY IS FOR CHILDREN 

WHAT WILL THEY TEACH US fCXT? 

FOOD... MY FAVORITE DISH 

HAVE YOU hEARD THE ONE ABOUT ... 

TftSE 'GAMES' NOT fCW OR FUN 

SMOKING COMES NATURAL DOV« EAST 

THESE THINGS ARE MADE TO BE TRASHED 

BACfELOR'S LIFE IS REALLY TOUGH 

HE DOESN'T FLY, AND fCRE'S WHY 

BACt€LOR'S FLYING WM3R CRASHES 

JIM IS WHAT YOJ MAKE OF IT 

FfflDD IS SACRED TO S»E PEOPLE 

REAL LIFE NOT LIKE THE MOVIES 

TfCRE'S NO WAY GOD IS A WOMAN 

PEOPLE J3BS ARE MOST FUN 

CARSON'S VIEWS AMXJT IWMEN ARE GLD-FASHIOCD AND t«ONG 

CALL THIS CAT 'HER rtWESTY' 

BACHELOR AT LARGE: THE LOCAL COLOR (AD) 

POPCORN ADDICT PREFERS IT FRESH 

DOGS WORK FOR THEIR KEEP 

TV EVANGELISTS FLASHY WITH MOJCY 

FIRST FLIGHT CONFIRMS FEARS 

FLYING LETS YOU WRRY AND WAIT 

Tf€ CRAZY THItffiS WE DO FOR 'LOVE' 

YES, I AM STILL PROUD OF ECU 

FRYING CHICKEN IS hfiCESSARY SKILL 

DEEP FRYING BEST FOR Fl^NCH FRIES 

TJ€SE ARE ALL SPORTS OF SORTS 

CAMPING VEEHS SOME REVAMPING 

BREAKING UP IS H(«D TO DO 

ALL IS FAIR 

ONE EXTRA TOUR JUST NOT ENOUGH 

OLD CARS HAVE CERTAIN CACICT 

EVERYOIC HAS SUPERSTITIONS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 1 1/28/1987 C 1 N 



2 9/17/1987 E 
2 10/22/1987 C 



1 T F C80 

2 F 



H 


2 


6/01/1987 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


1 


9/01/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


11/19/1987 D 


5 


N S82 



H 2 1/08/1987 C 9 N W27 



S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 

s 

S 

s 
s 
s 

H 
S 

s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 

S 2 
S 2 
S 2 



2/09/1987 C 
2/21/1987 C 
2/25/1987 B 
2/25/1987 A 
3/04/1987 B 
3/11/1987 B 
3/18/1987 B 
3/25/1987 B 
3/30/1987 B 
4/01/1987 B 
4/15/1987 B 
4/22/1987 B 
4/29/1987 B 
5/06/1987 B 
5/13/1987 B 
5/20/1987 B 
5/27/1987 B 
6/03/1987 B 
6/10/1987 B 
6/17/1987 B 
6/24/1987 B 
7/01/1987 B 
7/08/1987 B 
7/15/1987 B 
7/16/1987 A 
7/22/1987 B 
7/29/1987 A 
7/29/1987 B 
8/05/1987 B 
8/19/1987 B 
8/26/1987 B 
9/02/1987 B 
9/09/1987 B 
9/16/1987 B 
9/23/1987 B 
9/30/1987 B 
10/07/1987 B 
10/14/1987 A 
10/21/1987 B 
10/28/1987 B 
11/04/1987 B 
11/11/1987 B 
n/18/1987 B 



N W82 
P R76 
E C09 
P 

U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U 

U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
L 

U C09 
A 

U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 



I 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



TURKEY CENTRAL TO THAM^SGIVING 
fWIES ARE KCUS AS EV€R 
CHOOSING GIFTS IS A DILD^ 
ANStER DEVICES POSE (X£STIONS 
yiNTEF '^£AVt€R UIU AW<IVE SOON 
HOLIDAY SEASON US^£RS OUT 1937 

BACK CREEK RESERVOIR , , _^ 

(OA^E VOTERS APPRO".? BONDS 

BACK-TO-EASICS _,_ 

^E ALSO ntJCATIOWL REFCRH 
SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C., CIS<RICUL1^ 
t«Y TOHMY CAN'T READ 

^^ALOT CAiffING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CA»>S) 
SEE ALSO HIKING 
SEE ALSO UILIER^SS Sli^'IVAL 

DVffERS FOWffl SAFE IN SNCUY UILIERNESS AREA 

FATHER. SON («E RESCUED i^fTER 3 DAYS 

LLAMA to LIGHTEN CAMPER'S BURDEN 

^^^SO DISEASES (SEE ALSO m€S OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) __ 
SOFT CONTACTLENSES MAY mm mmSL BACTERIA-RESEARCHERS 
CCKTACT LENS RISKS 

'd: S'^l^^^"^^ ^^.ILL., KY. 

gc^ENT^i^^f bK'^Ke^ ^E^NSECTICirC 
CARNATION CO. RECALLS CWTAMINATED 'BON EONS' IN N.C. 

aIlO^^^Y''lS^C«±ING SEVERAL ICE CREAM FTOI^XTS 
^SE/Ks STUDYINGIF GERMS C^ DISPOSE OF HAZARDOJS W*STE 

BAD Cf€CKS 

SEE ALSO CHECK KITING 
SEE ALSO C}£CKS 

STATE SUING C«CK COMPANY 

^S}^ UITH &M ROB COLPLE 

UOmN ARRESTED ON 77 U(!J3^ANTS 

JUIGE ADDS 'M(SV1 LAW' TO UOMAN'S PROBATION 

JJDC€ DISSO-VES CKDER AGAINST a£(X£-RITE 

KwS-BASED EFFORT SOUGHT TO COMBAT mG EPIDEMIC 

DURHAM PROSECUTOR CRITICIZES BIU.^ DUI 

LEGISLATORS TAKING TRIP TO CHARLOTTE 

BILL MAY INCREASE COST OF EOWCING Oft^ 

WXJSE APfRO<.€S HIGHER FEES m BAD CHECKS 

NAVY BELIEVES AWO. tfREST RIOfT THIS TliC 

MAN HE POINTED GU^ AT WAS OFFICER 

TEEN-AGER ARRESTED ON 17 CHATOES tut bth c 

GOCRAL ASSEMBLY LEAVES TAR fCaS HOLDING T>€ BILLS 

mi CHARGED UITH 20 BAD OCCKS 

TWEE amXH AFTER CHECKS STOLEN 

POLICE SAY JOBLESS MAN *BTE «114,000 IN CHECKS 

BAD EOTS 

SEE ALSO BA?fl(RtJPTCY 
SEE (^SO DEBTS 
SEE «!^S0 DEFAULT 
N.C: fCMRI/t, MEDICAL SDflOL SUE ALAMANCE 

'^'^, ^^^«K^ SINGER-URITER STEUART A HIT 

^ ^S TO^TWSE FEOFIE FOR h^PING T>£ ENO 
•FINE' iWT FEATURED AT CEKTERFEST 

BAGHDAD, IRAQ 



N 
P 

S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 



PAGE 1« 

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S I T 
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-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



11/25/1987 B 
12/02/1987 B 
12/09/1987 B 
12/1A/1987 B 
12/23/1987 B 
12/30/1987 B 



U C09 
U C09 
U CO? 
U C09 
U C09 
U C09 



H 1 1/14/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 2 2/18/1987 A 4 L 



I 



H 


2 4/07/1987 B 


14 


N 




s 


2 4/07/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 7/03/1987 B 


1 P N U27 


H 


2 1/01/1987 A 


12 


N 




H 


2 1/06/1987 A 


4 


L 




s 


2 4/18/1987 A 


1 


N 




H 


2 5/07/1987 D 


9 


N 




H 


2 5/12/1987 B 


4 


N 




H 


1 7/03/1987 B 


3 


N 




H 


2 7/21/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


3 7/28/1987 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 9/19/1987 B 


4 


N 


s 


2 12/14/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 1/22/1987 D 


7 


N C80 


S 


2 1/22/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 1/24/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 l/'30/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 2/06/1987 A 


12 


N 




H 


2 4/09/1987 A 


17 


N 




H 


2 4/10/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 4/11/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 4/17/1987 A 


5 


J R53 


H 


2 5/06/1987 C 


4 


N RS3 


H 


2 5/09/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 6/24/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 8/02/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 8/16/1987 A 


1 D N L40 


H 


1 8/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 9/25/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/10/1987 C 


13 


N 





H 2 5/14/1987 B 6 N U2( 

H 2 3/27/1987 D 2 U LJl 

8 2 6/30/1987 D 3 P F 

S 2 9/17/1987 D 2 P F B7; 



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SEE ALSO IRAQ 
DURtMl RESIDENT FINDS WAR'S TERROR IN BAGHDAD 

BAGPIPES 

SCOTLAND! TRAVaiNG T}€RE IS JUST A SHORT WIVE AUAY 

BAHA'I FAITH 

BAHA'IS CELEBRATE FIRST UNITY PICNIC 
DURHV1 BAHA'IS «ET 
SUPPORT ANTI-TORTURE LAU 

BAHAMA, N.C. 

BAHAMA FARt€RS NAICD TOPS IN SOIL CONSERVATION 
LIVING HISTORY 

BAHAMA MASmiC LODGE 
SEE ALSO MASONS 
BAHAMA MASONS 

BAHAMA VOLIMTEER FIRE DEPT. 
RANCH HmS 
BAHAMA-AREA HOME IS DESTROYED IN BLiCE 

BAHAMAS (ISLANDS) 

SUffiATHING A TKIP (BAHA^S) FOR MOM 

BAIL BONDS 

SEE ALSO CRIMES, N.C. (SEE fLSO NAMES OF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 
SEE ALSO CRIMINAL SENTENCING 
SEE ALSO UWNING & UOODS 
SEE ALSO LfARY'S BAIL BONDS 

MAGISTRATE REFUSES BOND IN CASE OF THE UNKNOWN DEFENDANT 

BOND REDUCTION BID FAILS AGAIN 

BOND IS REWJCED FOR HEALTH REASONS 

STUDY PROPOSES HM) FORFEITURE ENF(^«B€NT 

study: DURHAM COURTS T(X) EASY ON NO-SHOWS 

FORFEITURE OF BONDS CAN SPEED UP JUSTICE 

BAIL BONDS«N CHASE CLIENT, S^m^ AT AUTO 

POLICE WEI(»1 CH#W5ES IN CHASE, SHOOTING 

BAIL BONDSMAN LAWS ^£ED ARREST GUIDELIhES 

BONDSMEN NEED BACKUP OF CITY POLICE 

LEARY legacy: TYPICAL IMAGE OF BAIL BONDSMAN DIDN'T FIT 

COURTS NEED SOME GUIDELINES FOR BONDS 

NEW BAIL BOND FIRM (FENS 

DUI BAIL UA5 TOO LOU 

BAKATSIAS LE NOUVEAU 

JAZZ PIANO ON ICNU AT BAKATSIAS LE NOUVEAU 

BAKER ROOFING CO. 

FIRM LOSES EFFORT TO HALT STADIUM UORK 

BAKERIES N.C 

N.c! BAKERIES FINED »1 MILLION FOR BID-RIGGING 

BAKERY, CONFECTIONARY AND TOBACCO WORKERS UNION 
THANKS TO TOBACCO U<MERS 

BALANCED Gimm 
SEE ECONOMY, N.C. 
SEE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 
SEE N.C. STATE SJALS AND POLICY BOARD 

BALANCING ACT (MUSIC CmP) 

CWIS STAMEY NEVER BETTER; ACT, SPIDERS IWIQIE 

BALD 

SEE BALDNESS 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 1/19/1987 B 1 N S80 
S 2 4/30/1987 D 1 P F B71 



S 2 6/26/1987 A 13 N 
S 2 9/18/1987 A 15 N 
H 2 10/22/1987 A 4 L 



S 2 5/07/1987 C 1 P N M06 
H 2 6/21/1987 E 1 P F Zll 



H 2 9/16/1987 B 3 P P L38 



S 2 1/26/1987 C 1 P P M66 
H 2 1/27/1987 A 1 P N 



H 2 10/24/1987 B 1 P F N36 



H 


2 1/02/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 2/12/1987 A 


17 N S82 


S 


2 2/16/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 3/16/1987 A 


1 P N S82 


5 


2 3/16/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 3/17/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 4/24/1987 B 


1 N A54 


S 


2 4/24/1987 B 


1 N T85 


S 


2 4/27/iyU/ A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/20/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 6/14/1987 C 


1 P U L57 


H 


2 11/23/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/17/1987 C 


11 N 


H 


2 12/31/1987 A 


4 E 



H 2 1/02/1987 D 8 P G U66 

S 2 12/15/1987 C 1 N B53 

H 2 4/15/1987 A 1 N 

H 2 7/24/1987 C 13 P P M66 



H 2 11/13/1987 D 4 R L37 



BALD EA(X£ 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C H='G L P BYL 



SEE EAGLES 
ayj HEAD ISLAND 

S'?'f^t'^oW^O*€AD TURTLES HATCH AT WO HEAD ISLAND 
PHONE SERVICE CCttS TO N.C. ISLAND 

BALD-HEADED ^EN Of «€RICA 
OFF M V) BALDNESS 
TAR«EL BALDIES TAKE A SHI^£ TO GfKBACHEV'S 

SEE ALSO BALD-+€ADED (€N CF f^ERICA 
^E ALSO HAIR 

CLUB l»UJiN'T SWEEP BALDNESS UNDER A RUG 

NEU DRUG MAY RAISE MORE HCPE THAN W>IR 

RESEARC^€R•S STUDY FEMALE BALHCSS ,„.,.^_ 

BALD MEN TO GATHER IN MGftE}£AD THIS ICEKEND 

mS> IS BEAUTIFUL 



IW£ 



BALI 



BALIfCSE SHADOW plJfETS PERFKW 'T}£ TD?>EST' 
PIPPET PLAYS PRtlSPERQ 



S 2 5/28/1987 A 16 N 
H 2 8/01/1987 B 7 N 
S 2 12/14/1987 A 3 N 



H 2 12/10/1987 A 1 P N 



BALLET 

see also chilt^en's ballet t)€atre 
see also dance 

^^Iau^ forTbItt^body; author says aerobics are male^jriented 

*Twr tiWTTk roE* 

•tWITE DOE' BALLET SET SATIWWY IN CHAftL HILL 

S^^sci^^'cS^Vn som director 

ilslSr^c^K^.'S'^^^ 

Et^L^dies. family members say o^dcse possible 

ballcbn works (n.c. firm) 
see also hot air balloons 

BALLOON WOULB I^SCUE FI^ VICTIMS 

BALLMM« 

SEE W.SO ACCIDENTS, BALLOON 

SEE ALSO CQfTRfiL TAR ^£EL BALLtMN RACE 

^MAN^if^FA^'s ^"frTSiC 'MISS PIG^E', 'WONIERFUL WOM^' 
FF£NCH 'DCNUT' COULD BE FIRST QF SPACE ADS 
BALLCWiS UP, IP AND AWAY . . . SfflC^WT 
EAaOON LAJCH INAPPROPRIATE 
T>£ SKY SUARMS WITH BAaM)NS 
ELDERLY PARTICIPATE, TO) 

B^^HOreS^TO LAUNCH BALLOON PLEA FROM THAILAND FOR MISSING AMERICANS 
BALLOON ]Mm\ WILL BE>£FIT ARTVSITICS 

S ^Sf ^Sr^fSEN^S^F^OR POUS 

^J^oK^^oEnS^ ^STdeSuM in ARTHRITIS FUND-RAISER 

UP, UP AND AWAY 

BALLOONS LAUNOCD FOR SWMCSJT 

BAUOONS, HOT AIR 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BAUOON 
SEE HOT AIR BAUOONS 

BALLOTS 

SEE ALSO ABSENTEE BALLOTS 
SEE ALSO CROSS-OVER VOTING 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 



3/17/1987 
4/15/1987 
6/01/1967 
9/06/1987 
9/07/1987 



2 
15 

1 
10 

4 



2 3/26/1987 D 15 
2 3/27/1987 D 8 



F 
U 
N B8S 

N 
E 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 

s 

H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 



4/13/1987 A 
4/30/1987 D 
5/01/1987 B 
6/02/1987 C 
6/25/1987 B 
7/29/1987 C 
11/06/1987 D 
11/13/1987 D 
11/19/1987 A 
12/31/'1987 C 



051 



L59 
L59 



H 2 12/28/1987 B 1 N 



2/06/1987 B 
2/19/1987 A 
3/19/1987 B 
5/14/1987 A 
5/16/1987 C 
7/14/1987 B 
8/06/1987 C 
8/12/1987 C 
9/15/1987 B 
9/17/1987 D 
9/17/1987 D 
9/18/1987 A 
9/19/1987 B 
10/24/1987 B 
11/19/1987 B 



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SEE ALSO STRAIGHT PARTY BAaOTS 
SEE ALSO WRITE-IN EW-LOTS 

BOARD AFtLOGIZES TO CONGRESSMAN FOR BAaOT ERROR 

HOUSE DEFEATS BILL ON IWRDER CHARGE Ihf ORMATION 

SA^flE BAUOT FOR DIRHA« CITY SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION AND CITY COUNCIL... 

SAMFIE BALLOT FOR DURHAM CITY COUNCIL, MAYORAL ELECTIONS TUESDAY 

DLRHAM REPUBLICANS SAY SAMPLE BALLOTS 'DIRTY TRICK' 

SPURIOUS ENDORSEhENT FLYER LABELO 'DIRTY' BY CANDIDATES 

APOLOGIZE FOR DECEPTION 

BALLROOM DANCING 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
HAVING A BAa: STUDENTS LEARN FINER POINTS OF PUHIN* ON THE RIH 

BALTIM£KE, MARYLAND 

COLTS TELL FANS IN BALTIMORE; 'THIS QIC'S FOR YOU' 

BALTIMORE SYMPHONY ORC^ESTRA 

A HIT— EVEN IN THE SOVIET UNION 

BAMBINO LEAGUE 

SEE BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

BAMBOO 

ROOTS OF disputes: the BAMBOO BATTLE 

HIGH.AND HILLS LITTER PROBLEM UNDER CONTROL, BOARD IS TOLD 

BANANAS 

BiWANA TREE BEARS NO FRUIT, BUT PRODUCES PLENTY CF CONVERSATION 

BANDS (MUSIC) 

SEE ALSO DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS 
SEE ALSO HIGH SCHOOL BAND FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO MARCHING BANDS 
SEE ALSO U.S. ARMY BAND 

BIG BAND PARTY FEATURES THREE GROUPS 

BATTLE OF BANDS MADE RAFTERS RING 

BANGLADESH 

AMBASSADOR TO SFEAK 

FOUNDATION BEGUN TO HELP BANGLADESH 

BANGL^tDESH AMBASSADOR SAW INDIA DIVIDED FROM AFAR 

BANGLADESH CUISIhC 

BANJOS 

BANJO PICKER TO PLAY 

BANK DEPOSITS 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



3/07/1987 D 
5/19/1987 B 
10/04/1987 D 
11/01/1987 D 
11/03/1987 A 
11/04/1987 A 
11/10/1987 A 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N X35 

N N36 

L 



2 2/15/1987 E 1 P F Zll 
2 12/29/1987 D 4 P N 
2 5/31/1987 D 4 E 



H 3 2/11/1987 C 1 N K65 
H 3 3/04/1987 C 1 N K65 



H 2 6/29/1987 B 7 P F N36 



3/14/1987 B 2 P U 
7/26/1987 B 1 P U L57 



S 2 4/20/1987 C 1 N 

H 3 4/24/1987 B 1 P N W27 

H 2 5/17/1987 C 1 P U H49 

H 2 6/18/1987 C 1 P F H45 



H 1 11/10/1987 C 



BAM< FAILURES 

SEE BA^KS, U.S. , FAILURES 

BANK FRAUD 

SEE ALSO FRAUD 
WOMAN INDICTED FOR BANK FRAUD IN N.C. IS ARRESTED IN NEW ORLEANS 
MINISTER GETS 15-YEAR TERM FOR DEFRAUDING Tf«EE BANKS 
U.S. COURT INDICTS TW5EE fEN IN BAM< ROBBERY, FRAUD CASES 

BAM< MERGERS 

SEE MERKRS AND TAKEOVERS 

BANK OF PILOT MOUNTAIN 
TW BA^8<ERS FINED 

BA)« ROBBERY, WRMOh 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 
ARMED MAN ROES SECURITY FEDERAL 



H 2 2/15/1987 C 3 N 
H 2 9/13/1987 C 5 N 
H 2 10/29/1987 A 20 N U27 



H 2 1/11/1987 C 9 N 



S 2 4/15/1987 A 1 P N T85 



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Y SUBJECTS 



MASKED KAN ROBS SECURITY FOQWl 

PaiCE SEEK EAM< RUBBER 

LAKEISMD EAM< ROBBEIi 

a^AN ROBS BAM< BRANCH 

DURrtV^ B(WK ROBBER STia AT U^K „„^„ 

^DYE LEADS POLICE TO Bm HEIST SUg^CT 

!Si HELD IN BAh*; f€IST IS SENT TO S^fENSBCKt) 

^^S^nS^VE^^S-^ SSrs^NCE FOR BANK ROBBEPIES 

2 HAStO HEN ROB S«. ^._ ^^, , 

HASfCED l€N ROB SiL f€AR ^KFTMSATE hALL 

LAU AGENCIES C«CK LEADS IN ROBBERY 

ROBBERIES IN PROGRESS „„„^^ 

$2,000 REWARD OFFERED FOR SiL ROBBERS 

TUO l€N ROB HOME SAVINGS 

^ii 'A^ ^'Z^ HAY HA^ USED 

Se^.Sf'lNDICTS ™K IN BA«< ROBKRY, FRAUD CASES 
2ND HAN AR-RESTED IN EAf* ROBBKY ^,^„ 
NCNB BRANCH ROBBED; POLICE ARREST SUSPECT 
FBI F1««S BAM< ROBBERY PROBE 

BAM< ROBBERY, NX. 

SEE ALSO ARMED ROBBERY, N.C. 

^UNcU^?^ inf^iR FOILS Bm ROBBERY 
MW<ROBBERY SUSftCTS CMBff AFTER CHASE 
nTc. mN sk-RENDERS IN FEAR OF 'HIT HEN' __ ^^^ 

B^ ^TolKioT IN LEG DURING HOLDIP IN CUMBERLAND 
N.C. Bm^ R-OBBERIES ON THE RISE 
FAKE BCW LEFT IN BAf* ROBBERY__ 
mtuim a^ ROBS BAM< IN YOLWGSVILLf 

EAM< ROBBERY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ARI€D ROBBERY, U.S. 
AUTHORITIES SAY THIEF UAS CH^LEON 
N.C. HAN SURRENDERS IN FEi« OF 'HIT HEN' 

BANKERS, N.C. 

^ AlI SaL^cSrOLINA B«« i TRUST K. 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZEN'S BANK AND TW|T CO. 

M. ALSO FIRST l^ION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANK COWISSION 

SEE ALSJ N.C. BW*(ERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATKWL BAt* 

SEE ALSO UACWWIA BAh« AND TRUST CO. 

T^^F^^OF^iw^ERS f^ CONVOCD (WLY ONCE ON F^ CREDIT PROBLEMS 
N^^ mmtS PRAI^ NAMING CF K^EENSFAN 
SENATE raMHITTEE AGAIN REVISES TAX PACKAGE 

"^^IW^^'u.S, <SEE ALSO NA^S OF BANKS) 
SEE ALSO aJiSS-STEAGALL ACT 
SEE ALSO REGULATWY AGDfCIES 

MRS. DOLE SAYS RULES HAMSTRING U.S. BANKS 

RIDEOUTSAYS RESTRICTIVE BA^8(ING LAUS rCTRIfCNTfy. 

LET BWKS SELL SECURITIES 

S^C^PiEg^UA^sTTl^G^TION CF B^S 
BANKIfC DEREGIAJ^TION PLANS Hf^ SAFEGU*«DS 

MULTIPLEtlSTING^SERVICES MIGHT MERGE NEXT YEAR 
BAM<ING rCREGULATIOfJ f€EDED 

BAf^RUPTCY 

SEE ALSO BAD lOTS 

SEE ALSO CmPTER U (BANKRUPTCY) 







S 


I 


T 




N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


— DATI — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 


5/21/1987 A 


1 


N T85 


H 


2 


5/22/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 C 


1 P 


N 


S 


2 


6/03/1987 C 


1 


N 




H 


2 


6/05/1987 B 


1 P N N36 


S 


O 


6/05/1987 C 


1 P N 




H 


2 


6/06/1987 C 


1 


N 




H 


2 


8/06/1987 B 


3 


N 




S 


2 


8/24/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 A 


1 P N M51 


S 


2 


8/25/1987 A 


1 D N B53 


s 


2 


8/26/1987 A 


1 P P 




H 


2 


8/26/1987 C 


1 


N 




H 


1 


9/29/1987 C 


1 


N 




S 


2 


9/29/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


9/30/1987 C 


1 


N 




H 


O 


10/09/1987 B 


11 


N 




H 


O 


10/29/1987 A 


20 


N IC7 ( 


H 


2 11/20/1987 C 


8 


N 


_ 


H 


2 12/19/1987 A 


1 


N M51 


S 


2 


12/21/1987 C 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


12 


N 




H 


2 


3/27/1987 B 


3 


N 




H 


2 


4/04/1987 C 


3 


N 




H 





7/17/1987 C 


18 


N 




S 


2 


8/26/1987 A 


18 


N 




H 


2 


11/13/1987 C 


16 


N 




H 


2 12A50/1987 B 


1 


N 





S 2 1/13/1987 C 6 N 
H 2 4/04/1987 C 3 N 



(DIVISION OF RRST UNION CO^.) 



H 2 1/11/1987 C 9 N 

H 2 3/31/1987 C 5 N 

S 2 6/03/1987 A 1 P N 

H 2 6/20/1987 D 4 N 



H 


1 


H 




H 


2 


H 




S 


2 


H 


n 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



5/10/1987 C 
8/13/1987 D 
11/27/1987 A 
12/15/1987 C 
12/15/1987 C 
12/23/1987 A 
12/23/1987 A 
12/27/1987 F 
12/30/1987 A 



N 
N 
E 

■ N L4 

N U8 

E 

L 
' N , 

L I 



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SEE ALSO CHAPTER 12 (BANKRUPTCY) 
SEE ALSO DEFAULT 

dtm ACQUIRES PbWTATION PLAZA 

SOAPS SEEKS BAh«\RlPTCY 

BAI«RUPT FARMERS FEWER THAN EXPECTED 

JUDGE WON'T WIPE OUT BUSI^ESS«AN»S DEBTS 

TEXACO AIMING AT PEWZOIL (CARTOON) 

"OH, WE COU.D NEVER ffiCLARE BAhSCRUPTCY! ..." (CARTOON) 

IS TJCRE JJSTICE IN TEXAS? 

LITTLE HELP FROM FRIENDS ALL OVER ENDS SAD BRAl£R FARM Tfi£ HAPPILY 

PTL FACING BANKRUPTCY, FALWELL SAYS 

PTL FILES CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY PETITION 

PTL FILES FOR BAM<RIFTCY 

FALbOX ASKS VIEWERS OF 'PTL CLUB' TO MAIL THE MINISTRY EXTRA $50 EACH 

PTL CREDITORS TO CHALLENGE BANKRl^TCY Pim 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
PTL'S LARGEST CREDITOR MAY CfWLLENGE PLANNED REORGANIZAHON FOR MINISTRY H 
BELLI SAYS ODDS FAVOR BARKERS' RETURN H 

kWO Wia PAY BELLI? S 

BAKKERS PLANNI«3 A PUBLIC APPEARANCE AT GATLINBURG H 

CONNER CORP. FILES FOR REORGANIZATION H 

BAKKER: INVESTIGATION SHOULD INaUDE FALICLL AND OTHER TV MINISTERS H 
PTL CREDITORS HOLD MEETING H 

400 WILL FILE PTL LAWSUITS S 

LAWYER SAYS PTL 'PARTNERS' MAY FILE A REC«»WIZATION PLAN OF THEIR OWN H 
MXjE. 'DAZED' BY PTL PUBLICITY S 

GROUP CONSIDERS BUYING PTL S 

PTL EXAMIfO'S DUTIES MAY SPARK CLASH TODAY H 

FRACTION OF 'PTL PART^ERS' CAST a^XOTS ON HJYOUT PLAN H 

FALUELLJ PTL WILL CRUMBLE IF JUDGE ORDERS REFUNDS H 

GRAND JURY TO MEET AUG. 17 FOR PTL INVESTIGATION H 

B(^ TAKES CONTROL OF N.C. RESORT H 

PTL EXECUTIVES FACE CREDITORS TODAY H 

CREDITORS ARE TOLD PTL MAY SOON TURN A PROFIT H 

Bi^<KERS, 7 OTHERS NAfO IN SUBPOENA H 

WJMBARD'S SON SAYS EVANGELIST USED SOfE PTL HONORARIUMS FOR CRUSADE H 
PTL MAY DEFER PAYCHECKS IF »1.7 MILLION NOT RECEIVED H 

PTL IS DaAYING S01€ PAYCHECKS UNTIL ICXT WEEK H 

FALl€LL PLEADS F(K DONATIONS AS PTL MEETS PAYROU Ot TIME H 

FALiai SAYS PTL EXCEEDED FUNDS GOAL H 

RETIREMENT CENTER UOES UNUSUAL S 

JUDGE EXPECTS PTL WILL REIKGANIZE H 

DUKE POCR SAYS PTL OWES $262,600 H 

HERITAGE USA LAUfCHES PUBLICITY CAfPAIGN H 

JURY IN PTL PROBE MEETS FOR TWO HOURS H 

DURHAM HOJSING ACTIVITY TIWBLES IN FIRST HALF OF '87 H 

CONGRESSIONAL fCARINGS PL/WO CN RaiGIOUS BROADCASTERS H 

MAITLAND'S RESTAURANT aOSES; BANKRUPTCY FILED S 

PTL FILES STATEMENT SAYING IT LOST MOhCY IN JULY H 

UNISEX INSUWNCE LIKELY TO INCREASE WOMEN'S PREMIU1S H 

FALl€LL SAYS 'RIVCIOUS' SUITS HINDERING EFFORT TO SAVE PTL H 

COiRT UPHCIDS PLAN FOR INSOLVENT COMPANY H 

PTL DELAYS FAMILY'S EVICTION UNTIL h€ARING H 

PTL, IN COURT DOCUMENTS, FIRES BACK AT BAKKER SUIT H 

FALWELL, SWAGGART CALLED BIGMOUTHS BY EVANOaiST H 

JUDGE ORDERS FAMILY TO VACATE KEVIN'S HOf€ AT PTL PARK H 

MESSNER reSCRIBES ALLEGATIONS BY PTL AS PLOT TO CHEAT HIM H 

EXAMIfO: PTL PARTNERS INFLUENTIAL S 

PTL PARThERS COULD AFFECT FALWELL S 

COU^T-APPOINTED EXAMINER SAYS NO Of£ PERSON... ESSENTIAL TO... PTL H 
JESSICA HAHN SAYS SfC WANTS TO CtXlPERATE IN PTL INVESTIGATION H 
4 OPTIONS PLANiCD F(» PTL 'PARTNERS' H 

GRAND JU?Y INVESTIGATING PTL ADXURNS AFTER HECTIC WEEK H 

BELLI WANTS TO PUT PTL OFHCIALS UNICR OATH H 

REORGANIZATION PLAN FOR PTL WJE THURSDAY IN BAM<R-UPTCY COURT H 

REORGWIZATION PLAN WOULD MAKE PTL TWO CORPORATIONS H 

SOtE CREDITORS, CONTRIBUTKRS CRITICIZE PTL PLAN H 

GOVERI*ENT, PUBLIC SCRUTINY INFLUENCED PTL REORGANIZATION H 

TV EVANGELISTS TO APPEAR KFORE CONGRESSIONAL PANEL H 

JUDGE ORDERS COMPETING PLAN FOR PTL BE FILED H 

FALWELL RESIGNS AT PTL, PREDICTS BAKKER 'S RETURN H 



S I T 
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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2/12/1987 B 
2/14/1987 A 
2/20/1987 A 
4/07/1987 B 
4/14/1987 A 
4/15/1987 A 
4/20/1987 A 
5/01/1987 A 
5/26/1987 B 
6/13/1987 A 
6/14/1987 C 
6/16/1987 B 
6/19/1987 A 
6/20/1987 A 
6/22/1987 B 
6/24/1987 A 
6/29/1987 B 
7/03/1987 A 
7/03/1987 C 
7/03/1987 C 
7/08/1987 A 
7/09/1987 A 
7/13/1987 A 
7/13/1987 A 
7/15/1987 D 
7/15/1987 D 
7/16/1987 D 
7/17/1987 C 

1 7/21/1987 C 

2 7/22/1987 B 
7/23/1987 A 
7/28/1987 A 
7/28/1987 A 
7/30/1987 A 
7/31/1987 A 
8/01/1987 B 
8/05/1987 B 
8/06/1987 A 
8/08/1987 B 
8/12/1987 B 
8/13/1987 C 
8/19/1987 B 
8/23/1987 F 
8/27/1987 A 
8/27/1987 A 
8/29/1987 D 
8/30/1987 D 



2 
2 
2 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 9/01/1987 C 

1 

2 

2 

2 

2 
2 



2 
2 

9 

2 
2 
2 



9/02/1987 B 
9/03/1987 A 
9/06/1987 C 
9/08/1987 B 
9/10/1987 A 
9/12/1987 A 
9/14/1987 A 
9/14/1987 A 
9/19/1987 B 
9/22/1987 B 
9/24/1987 A 
9/26/1987 B 
9/27/1987 C 
9/30/1987 B 
2 10/01/1987 A 
2 10/02/1987 A 
2 10/03/1987 B 
2 10/05/1987 C 
2 10/08/1987 A 
2 10/09/1987 B 



1 
8 
6 
7 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
3 
4 
1 
10 
7 
4 
7 

17 

10 

10 

1 

17 

3 

3 

7 

7 

12 

18 

2 

2 

17 

14 

14 

17 

17 

3 

3 

16 

3 

2 

7 

4 

1 

19 

1 

5 

10 

2 

6 

17 

4 

8 

21 

10 



4 
2 

16 
6 
8 
5 

14 

14 
5 
2 

21 
4 



N K65 

N 

N 

N L41 

T 050 

T R56 

E 

N S80 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

H 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N U82 

N 

U L41 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE 13Z 
1/21/88 



AI'#aWC£}CNT BRINGS REJOICING, SHOCK 
CONFUSION ANB RUHORS SWOUD FUTIM OF PTL^ 

"siraiKS^S K? 'cJb?f§^LE7o BE DISMISSEIH^YER 

SS^/n^ KfDEi;^'o^'^& TO DEFR^ BY BAKKER 

N.C. COW'ANY TO REORGANIZE 

CARO-INA PARACHUTE FILES FOR CHAPTER 11 
BAKKER aVtfffl ^Y SEES OLD PTL TAPES ^^ 
p'h/SeDITCKS plan says $20 MILLION NEEDED 
CHAR^MADE AS PTL REORGANIZATION PLAN FILED ^ ^^. 
^^ LEADER SAYS MINISTRY'S FUTIRE LOCKS W^IWT 1^ 
^DCE SETS MAY 1 DEADLINE FOR CHANGING CONTROL OF PTL 
PTL TRUSTEE UARNS MORE LAYOFFS LIKELY 

^'erTS'^"? 'E^?f^ KkSt JIM BAKKIR'S SPENDING HABITS 
SUIT BY PTI PARTNERS EXA«£RATES LOSSES .^^^^^ 

^ITAGE USA'S HOUSING MARKET UmURT BY PTL TROUBL£S 

B&Tcf J^e'tE^RARILy'bLXKS REVOKING OF PTL'S TAX-EXEMPT STATUS 
PTLP^TNERS WTE oJ^UHEUi IN FAVOR OF REOR-GANIZATION PLAN 

FRANKLIN GRAHAM LEAVING PTL ADVISORY PANEL 
O^KUGELFILES F^ REORGANIZATION IN POWSYLVANIA 

S^«^fP??p[^S^T^Bl S^' 

SI fAY^'K^'^ia'p^ir^SURRECTlON' FOR- PTL 

TOUNS^^ffi G^A^IMHERING AS DEVELOPER FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 

BWfl<S, DURHAM ^ , ^^ 

SEE (LSQ AUTOMATIC BAt« TELLERS ,^^,,^,^ 
M ALSO DURHAM MORTGAGE BAM<ERS ASSOCIATION 

^^ S^T^^aiON MARK FOR NET INCOME 
sK ^RES 'DUFMAM WAS l*£RE T>€ ACTION UAS' 
PRI^RATE !S^ TO aX; DURHAM WWKS TO FOLLOW 
DUR-HAM BANK IS MAGAZINE'S BANK (F YEAR 

6^ANTYiTATE'pLAKETAND€S UITH MONEY FROM PUBLIC STOCK SALE 
StoHAM B<WKS JOIN RISE IN PRIME INTEREST RATE 

K?aS ^^UpT^iK Ss WEATHER' CRASH MUCH BETTER... 
BANK 'XKE' NO LAUGHING MATTER 

BA^8<S, INTERNATIONAL ^ 

PANAMA CORRUPTION (CARTCCN) 

BAM<S, N.C. 

M. AlI ^fm'cAROLINA B««< i TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO COMMJNin BAffl^S _^ 

SEE ALSO ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRAN^^ 

SEE ALSO FIRST CITIZDiS BANK AND TR1JST CO. 

SEE ALSO FIR^T I^IION NATIONAL BANK OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOME BA^8<ING 

SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BAf*;it« 

SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BANK COMMISSI 

SEE ALSO N.C. BA^«^ERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO N.C. NATIONAL BAJ« „ ^^^ ^n 

^ ALSO PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO. 

SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOIKTS _ ^ „ 

SEE ALSO WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST CO. 
N.C. BANKS CONTENT TO a?OU UNDER LIMITS 
N.C. BAM<S MISS LATIN LOAN CRISIS 
TIDBITS ON THE CARE AND FEEDING OF GOOD E^PLOY^S 
SLOW BANK STOCKS MAY HOLD PROMISE, ANALYSTS PREDICT 
^TVCRN NATIONAL BANK ACQUIRING UNION NATIONAL BANK IN OXFORD 
hm. COMPANIES, OTHERS MAKE FORBES 500 



(GENERAL HEADING) 





S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/10/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 C 


6 P N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 C 


11 P N 


H 


2 10/20/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/21/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 10/22/1987 D 


9 


N 


H 


1 10/23/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/24/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/30/1987 B 


9 


N 


H 


2 11/07/1987 D 


8 


N 


H 


2 11/12/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 11/14/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/17/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 11/23/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/30/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 12/16/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/18/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 12/19/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


1 12/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/20/1987 D 


10 


U L41 


S 


2 12/21/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 12/23/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 12/26/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


1 


N 



(DIVISION OF FIRST UNION C(KP.) 



H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



4/02/1987 D 
4/05/1987 C 
5/01/1987 A 
5/05/1987 A 
7/23/1987 A 
8/02/1987 B 
10/07/1987 A 
10/08/1987 D 
10/21/1987 A 
10/21/1987 A 



U L41 
N L41 
N X47 
N L41 
N H70 
N L41 
N X96 
N 
N 
N L41 



H 2 8/12/'1987 A 4 T T R5i 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



1/01/1987 B 
2/27/1987 C 
3/08/1987 D 
3/19/1987 D 
4/17/1987 B 
4/20/1987 B 



7 


N 


5 


N 


1 


U L41 


6 


U L41 


1 


N 


3 


N 



! 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



BILL WOO REDUCE CREDIT CARD IffTEREST 

FA^O. ENDORSES AUTHORITY TO IKJLATE AIDS CARRIERS 

NORTH CAROLINA SITS MORE FIRMLY ON STATE BANKS 

SENATE COMMITTEE AGAIN REVISES TAX PACKAGE 

N.C. BAMCRS WARY OF MOVE TO BRING IN CHASE MAWWTTAN 

FIRST FEDERAL STOCKHOLDERS OK FIRSTCOfiP MER(£R 

STATE'S COMWNITY BANKS GROW, PROSPER BY USIfffi PERSON*^ TOUCH 

INTERSTATE BALING BENEFITS N.C. BANKS 

BUSIhESS BRIEFING 

N.C. BAM<S KGIN LOWERING THEIR PRIMES 

MAJOR BAM<S CUT PRIht RATE 

STORMY fWWCT SLOWS BAM< ICRGERS 

N.Y. BAM<S DON'T SC/«E NCNB EXEC. 

BANKS, N.C, FAILURES 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, CLOSINGS 
FDIC HEAD SAYS BANKS MAY SHOW LITTLE OR NO PROFIT IN SECOND QUARTER 

BA^fl(S, N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSIICSSES, N.C, PROFITS 
SEE ALSO EARNINGS DIGEST (COLUW) 

SLOW BAffl( STOCKS MAY HOLD PRWISE, ANALYSTS PREDICT 

BIG N.C BANK PR(FITS MIXED IN FIRST QUARTER 

Dl«HAM E)#>TIES 30,000 ALUMINUM DRINK CANS A DAY 

FARMERS, BANKS WARNED AGAINST 'SIGHT DRAFTS' 

EARNINGS DIGEST 

(SITING ahead: muffins WILL K HOT IN FUTURE, TJCY SAY 

EMPLOYMENT PICTURE! MODERATELY POSITIVE PATTERN PREDICTED FOR DURHAM... 

TWO N.C BANKS IN TOP 10 

BA^8<S, U.S. (SEE ALSO NAfES OF BANKS) 
SEE ALSO BANKING REOJLATIONS 
SEE ALSO FEDERAL RESERVE BANK 
SEE ALSO INTERSTATE BANKING 
SEE ALSO MONEY LAUNDERING 
SEE ALSO PRIME INTEREST RATE 
SEE ALSO SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

RETAILERS REPORT JANUARY SALES BETTER THAN EXPECTED 

PERPETU<«. BUYS AMERICAN HNANCIAL 

MAJOR BANKS CUT PRIhE RATE 

N.Y. BANKS DON'T SCARE NCNB EXEC. 

LET BAW<S SELL SECURITIES 

FEWER RESTRICTIONS ON BANKS URGED 

U.S. COMPTROLLER WANTS TOTAL DEREGILATION OF BANKS 

BAILING DEREGULATION PLANS HAVE SAFEGUARDS 

LIMIT BANK ACTIVITIES 

MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICES MiaiT ^ERGE ICXT YEAR 

BANKS, U.S., FAILURES 

FDIC HEAD SAYS BAM<S MAY SHOW LITTLE OR NO PROFIT IN SECWD QIWRTER 
BANKING DEREGUJ^TION PLANS HAVE SAFEGUARDS 
LIMIT BANK ACTIVITIES 

BANNED BOOKS 
SEE CENSORSHIP 

BAhSCR EU, N.C. 

WOOUY WORMS CLOAKED FOR COLD, SNOWY WINTER 

BANNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 

END OF AN ERA IN OXFORD? BAW SAYS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CAN'T BE SAVED 
WAREJOUSE COMING DOW< 

BAm£RS 
SEE FLAGS 

BAPTIST HOSPHAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO AIRCARE 

SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY ^EDICAL CENTER 
SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY SCHOIL OF ^OICI^E 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



4/30/1987 C 

5/16/1987 A 

6/18/1987 D 

6/20/1987 D 

6/23/1987 A 

7/02/1987 A 

8/18/1987 D 

9/07/1987 C 

9/13/1987 C 

10/23/1987 B 

11/06/1987 B 

11/18/1987 A 

11/19/1987 C 



8 

14 

8 

4 

11 

18 

5 

3 

10 

7 

7 

11 



N 

N 

U L41 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



H 2 7/05/1987 D 13 M N 



3/19/1987 

4/16/1987 

5/14/1987 

7/16/1987 

10/14/1987 

11/22/1987 

12/10/1987 

12/17/1987 



U L41 
N 

U L41 
U L41 
N 

U L41 
U L41 
U L41 



H 


2 3/15/1987 D 


10 P U L41 


H 


2 10/08/1987 D 


8 N 


H 


2 11/06/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 11/19/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 11/27/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/15/1987 C 


3 P N L41 


S 


2 12/15/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 12/23/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/23/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/27/1987 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 7/05/1987 D 


13 M N 


H 


2 12/23/198/ A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/23/1987 A 


4 L 



H 2 10/29/1987 C 8 T N 



1 2/13/1987 A 1 D N S80 

2 5/20/1987 B 1 P P M66 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



SEE ALSO W3SPITALS, N.C. (SEE ALSO miS OF SPECIFIC HOSPHALS) 
OFHCIALSSAY THEY UELC»E AIR AMBULANCE INSTIGATION 
hWSPITAL FINDING ICNOR fCARTS DIFFICU.T TO FWJOK 

^^"^^^^^•1'^''^.^ IN rCAT. Cr PATIEKT 
LACK OF DRLG CAUSED CWATDSE PATIENT'S KATH 
FORMER tmSS. lENIED BOND IN SLAYING CASE ^,^^„ 

f^TALOFFICIALS Ql£STION VALIDITY OF MORTALITY FIGURES 

BAPTISTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIB^ 
SEE ALSO SOaT>£RN m'JlSl ALLIWCE 

1 ^i IS ^^M KiL°^CN EOAP^ m misim life cot*iissioN 

MD^TE&^ISTS WON'T BE FiM:ED aTT - CONSERVATIi.t 

MINIStS: M LL ONSOF BaiB^^ TIRED OF BtfTISTS' BITTCR BATTLE 

BAPTIST DISA(»EE?€NT COULD LEAD TO DIVISItW 

BAPTIST BOARD UILL COMPILE mi HY»^ 

BAPTISTS' BELIEF IN AW!^ AND E^ REPORTEB STRONG 

BAPTISTS FACI^S5 'WATZRS^€D• SESSION 

BAPTISTS RE/!^IRti BIEtlCAL FAITH 

PROFESStS; SEMINARY RIFT UILL OMIM^ „ ^ „^ 

wS^NmSiSTER UNSETTLING TO Wy'TISTS WW &J*^ EVE 

THF RAF'TTST JIHAD 

m^HAM hWN TAKES MIDDLE ROAD IN STATE BAPTIST RACE 

ALTEWWTiyE FOR BAPTISTS __^ n.^-rr^-rc 

MISSION BOARD Dr<CRCE POLICY IFSETS BAPTISTS 

BAR EXAMINATIONS (LAU) 

SEE N.C. BAR EXAMINATION 

^tfERICAN TO FLY NON-STOP TO PUERTO RICO FROM RDU 

BARKCUE ,^^ 

SEE ALSO CAROZOfW BARBECUE 
[«^HAM f£N BARBECUE TO WIN 
BARBECUE COOK-OFF SET FW SATU<DAY 
BAJ<BEa^ TBtfIS AIM FOR TtCTOP „^^„. ,, ^.^ 
BARBEOX CARCUNA STYLE; COOK-Cyf FEATl^^S 31 TEAMS 

Sd^PARLA?S*^IGPIcS INTO «92,0OO E1€R(»CY TRUCK 

^^^ ^tI^^ IKkNT 'BARBER OF SEVIUZ' 
RISING STAR TO SHINE AT IWCE 
'BARBER' hEHO: RISING STAR ON FAST TRACK 
BRA*X3 FC« 'BARBER OF SEVILLE' 
•BARi€R' SLRVIVES STAGING 

^^^'^G^i^^Bmn OVER BARBER-SCOTIA'S CONDUCT 
B(«B£R-SCOTIA COLLEGE PRESIDENT NA«D 

^'*'^AL^^:HA« \€^ BARBERS ASSOCIATI»t 

SNIPrSNIP BARBERS STILL CLIPPIW3 AUAY AT LOCAL a«PS 
CttE FRIDAY, T}£Y HAf«3 l^ T«IR aiPPERS 

BARBERS, N.C. _ 

SNIPES fsEre ON SNIFT>ING EVEN AS MAYOR PRXLAIMS 



'DAY' FOR BARBER 



C T S 


PA(£ 15» 
1/21/a 


N 
P 


E 
D 


S I T 
E L Y 
—DATE— C -re L P BYL 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 


2/24/1987 B 3 P N 
4/20/1987 A 13 N 
4/28/1987 B 3 N 
9/16/1987 A 11 N 
9/17/1987 A 17 N 
9/23/1987 B 5 N 
12/17/1987 B 2 N 



I 



2 2/08/1987 D 

2 2/17/1987 D 

2 4/04/1987 A 

2 5/07/1987 A 

2 6/13/1987 B 

2 6/14/1987 C 

2 7/08/1987 A 

2 10/15/1987 B 

2 10/19/1987 B 

2 11/05/1987 A 

2 11/07/1987 B 

2 11/09/1987 A 

2 12/26/1987 C 



13 N 

6 N 

4 E 

22 N 



2 P N 

4 L 

6 P N 

4 L 

4 N 



tt 



S 2 9/17/1987 A 1 M N «82 



s 


2 6/26/1987 B 


1 P F S27 


H 


2 8/27/1987 C 


2 N 


s 


2 9/01/1987 B 


1 P F S27 


H 


2 9/03/1987 C 


1 P F H45 


S 


2 10/26/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/31/1987 B 


1 P N «1 


H 


2 9/24/1987 B 


9 N D80 


S 


2 9/24/1987 D 


11 P F D80 


H 


2 9/25/1987 D 


3 P F W6i 


S 


2 10/01/1987 D 


10 P R C58 


H 


2 10/02/1987 D 


2 R L39 



H 2 2/13/1987 C 4 N 
H 2 12/04/1987 A 14 N 



2/24/1987 B 
3/26/1987 B 



1 P P G59 
1 P N A8C 



H 3 12/08/1987 C 1 P N D4C 



B^-S^j»|W<TCTS^ PRESERVATION i ENCCl^GEKENT OF BARBERSHOP QUARTET SINGING 

^^"^^^ SOCIETY FOR THE PRESERVATION i ENCaW^GDEfr^ BAFiERSHOP ^^^ SINGING 

SNIP, SNIP BARIERS STILL aiPPING AUAY AT LXAL SHOPS S 2 2/24/1987 B 

BARCLAY CIGARETTES 



1 P P G? 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



TOBACCO FIRM WARNS IT WILL QUIT INSTITUTE 
TOBACCO CO. MAY LEAVE INSTITUTE 

BARCLAYS AMERICAN CORP. 

STAKES HIGH IN SUIT OVER INTEREST RATE 
FUQUA SCHOOL RECEIVES $25,000 GRANT 

BARCLAYS BA^8< OF N.C. 

BARCLAYS NA^ES MCCOWELL PRESIDENT 

FIRST CITIZENS TO BUY 6 OFFICES FROM BARCLAYS 

BARNACLES 

CAGLES CLAIM BASS TOURNEY 

BAR^ES SUPPLY CO. 

9TH STREET GROMTH TO FOLLOW EXPANSION 

BARNHILL CONTRACTING CO. (TARBORO, N.C.) 

NATIONAL 6USI>£SS l>nMEN'S l£EK HONORED IN ]mm\ 

BARNS 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, BARNS 
FEELING ITS AGE 
TIMEUORN 
OLD BARNS HISTORIC SITES OR EYESORES? 

BARNWELL, S.C. 

N.C. LEGISLATORS TOUR NUCLEAR WASTE DUMP, STILL DON'T WWJT ONE 

LEGISLATOR SAYS S.C. WON'T EXTEND WASTE SITE TIMETABLE 

COfff>ANY WOULD LIKE TO KEEP SITE AT BARNWEa OPEN 

STATI OFFICIALS SEEKING TO CLARIFY WASTE ISSUES 

RESIDENTS AMBIGUOUS ON N-PLANT 

BARNWEU SITE NOT A dm> 

S.C. LOOKS AT WAYS TO E^rORCE COW>ACT 

COmiTTEE REJECTS APPEAL TO SELECT THIRD OW SITE 

BARI*ELL NUCLEAR PLANT 

DUKE POl£R GAINS MANY DURHAM USERS 

BARR LABORATIORIES 

SOME fCART DRUG BOTTLES MISLABELED 

BARRIER ISLANDS 

SEE ALSO BEACtCS, N.C. AND S.C. 
SEE ALSO OUTER BANKS, N.C. 

SUBSIDY BANS ON MORE SECTIONS OF COAST URffiD 

EXPANDED BARRIED ISLAND PROGRAM WOULD INCREASE PROTECTQ ACREA{£ 

PILKEY: DESTRUCTION OF BARRIER ISLES LIKELY 

RESANDIN6 N.C. BEACICS TOO COSTLY, DUKE STUDY FINDS 

SffflRELIfC CHANGES LIMIT BARRIER ISLANDS 

COASTAL FEKRATION SEEKS N.C. POLICIES ON DEVELOFtfENTS 

FOOD BEING TAKEN TO ISLAND HORSES 

N.C.'S WILD HORSES t€ED TO BE MOVED 

PLIGHT Cf ISLAND HOfiSES BRINGS INQUIRIES ABOUT ADOPTION 

HtW^ICAfC watch: 'WE'RE BUILDING DEATH TRAPS,' NEIL FRA^K WARNS 

FISHERMEN PUSH FOR OREGON IM£T JEHIES 

AGGRESSIVE DEVELOPERS THREATEN BARRIER ISLANDS 

MASONBORO ISLAND IS 'FOR T}€ BIRDS' 

BARRON'S HAGAZIie 
SEE ALSO MAGAZI)£S 
CONFUCT ISSUE IN BURLINGTON TAKEO<€R FIGHT AIRED 

BARS 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C, BARS 
SEE ALSO LIOW)R-BY-THE-DRINK, N.C. 
"LOOKING FOR ^R. SAFEBAR." (CARTOON) 
Bia ON TOPLESS TEENS IS SENT TO SUBCOMMITTEE 

BARTENDERS 



N E 

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S 2 8/21/1987 C 3 N 
H 1 8/22/1987 C 1 N 



2 6/28/1987 C 
2 10/17/1987 A 



1 P N S82 
3P N 



H 2 1/25/1987 B 14 N 
H 2 11/07/1987 A 9 N 



H 2 5/24/1987 B 12 N 
S 2 8/13/1987 A 1 M N S92 
S 2 10/19/1987 B 3 N 



H 


2 


1/07/1987 B 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


5/05/1987 A 


1 P P T37 


S 


2 10/19/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 B 


6 P N 


H 


2 


1/28/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


2/04/1987 B 


2 N 


S 


2 


2/06/1987 C 


14 J 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


1 P P W82 


H 


2 


2/25/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


2/26/1987 A 


13 N 


S 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


1 C N W82 


H 


2 


3/28/1987 B 


12 N 


H 


2 


3/24/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


3 


3/26/1987 B 


4 N 


S 


2 


4/02/1987 A 


1 M N B8S 


S 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


1 N B85 


S 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


1 N B85 


H 


1 


4/04/1987 C 


1 P N H60 


H 


1 


4/16/1987 B 


1 P N 


S 


2 


4/18/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


1 


4/24/1987 B 


1 N S80 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 


2 P N 


S 


2 


6/15/1987 A 


9 N 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 C 


12 N 


S 


2 


8/12/1987 C 


7 N 



H 2 8/06/1987 A 23 N 



H 2 6/06/1987 A 4 T T C50 
H 2 6/24/1987 A 10 N 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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D — DATE- 



UNC PROF TEACHING BARTENI€RS IA€N TO CUT OFF CUSTOMERS 
BARLETT DJWAJ1 AWARD 

^ ALM HISTWIC FI^SERVATION SOCIETY OF DURHAM 
PRESERVING T}£ PAST 
CLEARING T}£ RECORD ' 

BASEBALL 

^^ALSO ALAMANCE COJNTY BASEBALL CAf*> 

SEE ALSO APPflACHIW* LEAGl£ 

SEE ALSO ATLANTA BRAVES 

SEE ALSO BABE RUTH LEAGUE 

SEE PLSO BASEBALLS 

SEE (^so cmaim league 

SEE ALSO CHICAGO CUBS 

SEE ALSO CLEVELAND INDIANS 

SEE ALSO OllEGE BASEBALL 

SEE flSO DIAMOND CHIPS 

SEE (^-SO DUKE BASEBAU CAMP 

SE ALSO EXTRA EFFORT BASEBWi. LEAOJE 

^E ALSO FR'EE AGENTS (SPIRTS) 

S££ ALSO KANSAS CITY ROYALS 

SEE ALSO LITTLE LEAO^ BASEBALL 

SEE |!^S0 LOS ANGELES DODGERS 

SEE ALSO NATION/^ 1-E^I^_ 

SEE ALSO NEGRO LEAGIE BASEBALL 

SEE ALSO f£U YORK l€TS 

SEE ALSO NEW YORK YANKEES 

SEE ALSO NORTH DIMWI LITTLE LEAGUE 

si ^^ ^^S, BASEBALL (SEE ALSO HEADINGS UNICR INDIVIDUAL SCTOLS) 

^ S:^ RALEIGH, N C, BASEBALL STADIUM _„ 

M. W:^ ROXBOR-O OPTIMIST SEMI-PRO BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 

SEE W.SO ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 

SEE ALSO SAN DIEGO PADRES 

^I^R°LEAGIE TEAM BACK IN KINSTON AGAIN 
HUNTER FIRES WE. AT OWCRS _ ^^,^^ 
NEU TEAM, OLD H3ALS IN KOfWINSK'S FUTUl^ __ 
DIKE PLAYERS (XAD TO BE BACK IN ACC Jmm 
CMiP ASSIGNiCNT SPURRED JCm'S DEPi^^TURE 

UILLIAMS REKINDLES t€M£KIES ^^ ^^^,.^ ,,.. 

WILLIAMS! PLAYERS TODAY KTTER, BUT TICY CAN'T HIT 
MIS WITH 'FLEAS' MAY COf£ TO DURH^ 

^^ToF'^SfNG'^MN^'^I^lME TRADITION FOR tV^NY IN ««CH 

BULLS aOSE TO LIfCUP FOR MOVE TO DIW^AM 

BO JACKSON MAY GET ROY(y.S' NOD IN LEFT 

BRAVES DKIDE TO LET MERCKER GROW IN lURHAM 

JOHN JUST KEEPS ON RtLLING ALONG 

BILLS LOSE LEADOFF HITTER HOOD TO INJURY 

SPRING TRAINING'S REAL UIM^-f^NS 

CAiff'ANIS' COȣNTS SHOW BASEBALL'S RACISM 

Aa-AMERICAN JACKIE ROBINSON 

BUuIs^OPENING-GAME DECISIONS MEAN LITTLE IN PITCH^'^^ 

LATE SHERIFF BaviN'S BASEBAU FIELD A LEGACY FW p€ YOUNG 

BASEB^ 'A ™E fan LOVES SUNDAY AFTERNOON OmS' 

PLAY BALL! 

OVERREACTING TO BLUNIER 

f£W Y«W STATE OF MIND 

DTAMINL CHIPS 

MISSED SIGNAL HANDS COHJ: BROKEN DIGIT 

WHY DON'T BLACKS BUY TtCIR Ot*< ||AM? 

INDIAN SIM€R DOUSED BY 'BREW CREW' START 

DIAMOND CHIPS ^ ,.^^ 

MOON'S LOVE FOR BASEBALL HASN'T UAtCD 

CRAIG'S PITCH WREAKING HAWC ON MAJOR LEAGUES 

BLACK 0»€RSHIP UNREALISTIC 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



H 2 5/22/1987 A 13 N 



2 5/07/1987 B 
2 5/08/1987 A 



3 P P K30 
2 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


? 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


O 


H 


n 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


n 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/11/1987 B 
1/16/1987 C 
1/20/1987 D 
1/25/1987 C 
2/08/1987 B 
2/14/1987 D 
2/15/1987 B 
2/22/1987 B 
3/08/1987 B 
3/22/1987 B 
3/29/1987 B 
4/02/1987 D 
4/02/1987 D 
4/03/1987 B 
4/04/1987 D 
4/06/1987 D 
4/10/1987 A 
4/11/1987 A 
4/11/1987 B 
4/12/1987 B 
4/12/1987 C 
4/13/1987 B 
4/13/1987 C 
4/14/1987 A 
4/16/1987 D 
4/18/1987 B 
4/19/1987 B 
4/21/1987 A 
4/23/1987 D 
4/25/1987 B 
4/26/1987 B 
4/26/1987 B 
4/27/1987 A 



1 P 
1 P 

1 P 
4 
1 

2 P 
2 
4 
1 

1 P 

2 P 
2 P 



N G50 
N 

U G50 
N G50 
N G50 
F G50 
N G50 
N G50 
N G50 
N C68 
N C52 
N C52 
U C52 
U C52 
N C52 
U C52 
E 
H 

U P52 
N C52 
U L57 
F S80 
P R76 

U D71 
U P52 
N C52 
E 

U D71 
U P52 
N C52, 

^ I 



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EDITORIAL WAS PATRONIZING 

TURTl£ LEADS UOFPACK TO SCHOOL m RECORD 

♦FREE' AGENTS 

CARaiNA CZAR BREAKS PRECEDENT ON PROTEST 

DIAMfflfl) CHIPS 

FAMILIAR WtfC, DIFFERENT FACE DOTS fCTS LINEUP 

YOUTH BASEBALL TOUR^€Y 

«HEN CRAIG TALKS, BASEBAU PEOPLE LISTEN 

'87 BILLS LACK POUER OF PAST 

FANFARE! PERFECT GA^E 

BIG RELIEF 

BULLS' WOES SIMILAR TO PROBLEMS IN '83 

TRESH HAS THE BLOODLINES... AND DESIRE 

TINY TOTS IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

CALDWELL T(y<ES TITLE 

brouer's baseball decision is a clean hit 
fanfare; legionaire uars 
baseball playoffs begin ojly 9 

ROBERTS LEADS BASEBAU 'CfM\l<^' 

BASEBALL CHAMPS 

BILLS' PITCHING COACH ALSO A PATCH-UP (WN 

HILLANDALE POSTS PERFECT MARK 

KARATE INTERNATIONAL CAPTURES BAMBINO TITLE 

BRAVES SIGN 27, BUT NOT TOP PICK 

LEARNING IS THE OBJECT OF THIS GAME 

LET'S BRAM., Y'ALL 

BULLS' AKINS MAKING BIG EFFORT TO REKINDLE OLY^PIC YEAR FAME 

COMPUTER PRINTOUTS FACE FESTIVAL TEST 

DIAMOND CHIPS 

TEAM CONCEPT CARRIES NORTH BY EAST 

WEST HRS MAKE UP FOR ERROR-PLAGUED START 

ERROR GIVES NORTH WIN OVER EAST 

ROMANOLI ANCHORS SOUTH IN BASEBALL 

A HOOPS LIST OF BESTS AND WORSTS 

UNC RECRUIT PITCfCS SOUTH INTO FESTIVAL'S GOLD-MEDAL CONTEST 

GOOD EFFORT NOT ENOUGH 

UHIPPOORWILL 'CHALLENGE' IS BIG HIT 

PITOCRS IN SPOTLIGHT IN FESTIV*^ BASEBALL 

WEST'S REDINGTON FEELS f«'S BEEN TOSSED CURVE 

MOORE KEYS NORTH TO H)LD 

SOUTH KOREA (CETS U.S. TONIGHT AT ATHLETIC PARK 

SORRY, HE'S SAFE 

MOORE CELEBRATES 'GOJ^EN' BIRTHDAY 

S. KOR-EA RIPS TEAM USA 

STRIVING FOR NORMALCY: USA PITCHER JIM ABBOn OVERCOfES tttNDICAP 

EX-BLUE DEVIL FIKJRES IN TRAPPERS' SUCCESS 

BULLETS, BREICRS WIN UHIPPCCRUILL HONO^ 

PARKVMOD CAPTURES PONY LEAGUE TITLE 

BUJ.S' MILLER CLOSES IN ON GO^S, RECORD 

Uf€N THE UEATtCR STARTS TO CIML DOUN, . . .BASEBALL LEAGUE HILL HEAT [IP 

RALEiai flL-STARS WIN S. S^ANVILLE TOWEY 

OF RAZORS AND INNOCENCE 

WEBSTER VEFimS BAD BAT AS ERROF:, NOT CHEATING 

CARaiNA LEAGl£ MAY DO AFFILIATION SHUFFLE 

TWO BASEBALL TEAMS laiD SPOIL MARKET 

SPIRITS' OWNER CONSIDERING MOVING TEAM TO U. VIRGINIA 

MINORS IN MIDST CF MAJOR RES>ftJFFLING 

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT WOULD OUST INDOOR BASEBALL GAMES 

SPIRITS' PROF'OSED MOVE FACES STIFF CHALLENGE FROM OUfCKS 

CAST OF THOUSANDS NEEDED FOR BASE&!1L MOVIE IN DURHAM 

'BULLS' TAKE THE FIELD FOR CAMEO APPEARANCE 

TRIANGLE NEEDS MAJOR L£A6l£ TEAM 

CARDS HAVE MVP IN 'TJ€ WIZARD OF OZ' 

NEGOTIATIONS EXPECTED THIS FALL ON RALEIOH PRO BASEBm. 

THIS NATIONAL LEAa£ PLAY(FF IS VERY SPECIAL 

SNITKER GLAD FOR A SECOND CHANCE IN MAJOR LEA6l£S 

CARDINALS BLAST DODGERS IN EXTRA EFFORT 

CRAIG->€RZaj RIVALRY BECOMING HIGHLIGHT OF NL SERIES 

PLAYOFFS OFFER PENA SHOT AT REDEMF'TION 

WC LOSES ITS THIRD ASSISTANT COACH IN LAST TWO YEARS 



N 
P 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 



S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



4/27/1987 A 
5/03/1987 B 
5/07/1987 B 
5/10/1987 B 
5/16/1987 B 
5/24/1987 B 
5/24/1987 B 
5/29/1987 D 
5/31/1987 B 
5/31/1987 B 
6/03/1987 D 
6/07/1987 B 
6/14/1987 B 
6/16/1987 D 
6/16/1987 D 
6/18/1987 B 
6/21/1987 B 
6/23/1987 B 
6/23/1987 B 
6/23/1987 B 
6/28/1987 B 
6/30/1987 B 
6/30/1987 B 
7/05/1987 B 
7/07/1987 B 
7/09/1987 D 
7/12/1987 B 
7/12/1987 G 
7/18/1987 B 
7/19/1987 C 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/26/1987 
8/02/1987 
8/04/1987 
8/11/1987 
8/16/1987 B 
8/18/1987 B 
8/18/1987 B 
8/19/1987 A 
8/23/1987 B 
8/30/1987 B 
8/31/1987 A 
9/06/1987 B 
9/13/1987 B 
9/14/1987 A 
9/20/1987 B 
9/22/1987 C 
10/04/1987 B 
10/06/1987 A 
10/08/1987 B 
10/09/1987 C 
10/10/1987 B 
10/11/1987 B 
10/13/1987 B 
10/13/1987 C 
10/14/1987 B 
10/18/1987 B 



4 

2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
7 
1 
2 

8 
4 
2 
2 
3 
5 
1 
6 
5 
6 
6 
2 
5 
8 
2 

e 

1 
2 

17 
4 
7 
4 
6 

11 
3 
8 
1 
4 
9 
6 
6 

14 
2 
7 
1 
1 
2 



L 

N C52 
U F25 
N C52 
U P52 
N C52 
N 

U D18 
N C52 
N 
P 

N C52 
N C52 
F A76 
N 

U F52 
N 
N 
N 
P 

N C52 
N A76 
N 

N C52 
F A76 
N 

N C52 
F C68 
U P52 
N G50 
N G50 
N P52 
U P52 
N D71 
N G50 
P K30 
N A76 
N A76 
N GSO 
N 050 
N C68 
P C45 
N A76 
N C68 
N C68 
N C52 
U A76 
N A76 
N C52 
N A76 
N 
E 

N C52 
N C52 
E 

N C52 
N C52 
J R53 
N C52 
N S80 
N CS2 
L 

U D18 
N 046 
U Di8 
N C52 
N A76 
N 

U D18 
N C52 



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STEINBFS#JER'S LATEST HOVE UAS NO a«PRISE 
EXTRA EFFORT LEAOiE ENDS FIRST SEASON 
MIKE CAUMLL RED^^LS DAYS AS MAJ3R LEAGIER 
MOVIE'S SYMBa TO REMAIN AT DAP 

^liF^i &TSeTURN AS mLS' m^ IN -88 
'DUSTY' COO^E, FtKMER MAJO? LEAOE PLAYER 
FA>#^ARE/BUTLER i CHILI DEALS 
BUTLER PERFECT FOR GIANTS 

BASEBMX, BLACK MANAGERS 
SEE f^SO BLACK ATHXTES 
SEE ALSO «eRO LEASJE BASEEAU 
CAfPANIS' COMETS SHOW BASEBAU'S RACISM 

OVERREACTING TO BLUNDER 
BLACK Gl*£FSHIP UNREALISTIC 
EDITORIW. WAS PATRONIZING 
EDITORIAL WAS RACIST 

BASEBALL, NO-HIT G«€S 

UALTON SrtJTS DWN BULLS 

BASEBALL, PITOCRS 

MUDCAT GRANT'S BACK PITCHING GRiWD X' GAI« 

BASEBALL, SALARY ARBITRATIONS 
SEE |i!a.SO SALARIES, U.S. 
SEE ALSO SPORTS, REVENIES 
A MILLIOWIRE'S STATS 

DAcrti&t I BATS 

^CWOLINA CZAR BREAKS PRECEDENT W PROTEST 

WeS KFI^S bad BAT AS ERROR, NOT Cf€ATING 

BASEBALL CARDS __ , ^^^^_^ 
SEE (i^SO BASKETBALL CM>I& 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL CARDS _ „„,„.. 

BASEBAU DWD SWW SET MAY 2 IN BUraJ^NGTON 

BOY TURNS BASEBALL CARDS INTO ENTERPRISE 

BASEBALL m± OF FW€ ^ 

fanfare; T>£ EfWEL(yES, PLEASE 

Unll^.^TFISH' HUNTER ELICTO TO BASEST HAa 
WNTER FIRES ONE AT OUWERS 
HX,^ 'CATFISH' HUNTER WINS ANOTHER BIG ONE 

FAtf are: et cetera 

3 SET F(S5 PASEBAU HALL INDUCTION 
HWfTER ENTERS BASEBAU HALL OF FAf€ 
CATFISH GETS U.TIMATE CATCH „„vv-« 

EX-BLLE DEVIL FiaJRES IN TKAFTOS ' SUCTCSS 
SLAUGHTER'S DARING RUN SHADObED QTICR FEATS 

BASEBALL fWNAGERS ^ ^,„ 

CRAIG NAMED (^'S MANAGER OF TVC YEAR 

BASEBALLS 

^mm. PLA^^TW^E FIELD, W PU^YS OUT TI«-HOWRED TRADITION 

BASENJI (BARKLESS tOGS) 
SEE ALSO ICGS 
BARKLESS MjGS YODEL WHEN CHASI>« CARS 

BASIC edu:atic»< program 

SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., CL-RRIOLlfll 
SEE SCmOLS, N.C., REFORM 

BASIC SKiaS TESTING 



N 
P 


S I T 
E ELY 
D —DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 10/25/1987 B 
2 11/03/1987 D 
2 11/04/1987 D 
2 11/08/1987 C 
2 11/12/1987 B 
2 11/15/1987 C 
2 11/24/1987 C 
2 12/02/1987 D 
2 12/09/1987 D 


8 N C52 
4 N 
3 P N P52 
14 N C52 
8 P N 
7 N C52 

2 

3 P N 

1 P U D18 


S 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 4/10/1987 A 
2 4/14/1987 A 
2 4/27/1987 A 
2 4/27/1987 A 
2 5/04/1987 A 


UJLU— l-i-l 



H 2 8/06/1987 D 2 N 



H 2 8/08/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 11/08/1987 C 14 P N K3C 



H 2 2/20/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 5/10/1987 B 


2 N C 


S 


S 


2 7/25/1987 B 


2 P U P5: 


H 


2 8/23/1987 B 


2 N cs; 


H 


1 4/25/1987 B 


1 N 




S 


2 11/21/1987 A 


8 N 




H 


2 1/14/1987 D 


3 N 




H 


2 1/15/1987 D 


1 P N 




M 


2 1/16/1987 C 


1 P N 




S 


2 1/16/1987 A 


4 E 




H 


2 1/22/1987 D 


4 N 




H 


2 7/26/1987 C 


13 P N 




H 


2 7/27/1987 D 


1 P N 


S 


2 7/30/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 8/02/' 1987 C 


2 N C5 


H 


2 8/04/1987 B 


4 P N 


H 


2 11/03/1987 D 


1 P N 





H 2 7/07/1987 B 2 P N Ci 



H 2 1/22/1987 B 2 N 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



SEE SCHOaS, N.C., COMPETENCY TESTS 



BASKETBAa 

SEE ALSO ALL ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TEAM 

SEE tLSO AMATEIR BASKETBAU ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO BIG FOU? BASKETBALL 

SEE fiLSO BIG mjR BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO CENTRAL FIDELITY HOLIDAY CLASSIC 

SEE ALSO COLLEGE BASKETBAa 

SEE ALSO KJRHAM PaiCE DEPT., BASKETBAU TEAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM, BASKETBAU TEAM 

SEE fi^SO IW?HAM RECREATION DEPT., BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO FIESTA BOUL BASKETBAU TOURNAMENT 

SEE ALSO GIRLS' BASKETBALL (GE^ERAL fCADING) 

SEE ALSO INTERNATimW. BASKETBAU ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO ITALY, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL BASKETB<^L ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO fWTIONAL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO a.YW>ICS, BASKETBAa 

SEE ALSO PAN AMERICAN GAtCS, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO PREP TEAMS, BASKFTBALL (BOYS) (SEE fiLSQ ItADINGS UNDER EACH SCHOOL) 

SEE ALSO SOVIET UNION, BASKETBALL 

SEE ALSO T>REE-POINT RULE 

SEE ALSO U.S. BASKETBALL TEtfl 

SEE ALSO UOI€N'S BASKETBALL (GEf€W^; SEE dSQ HEADINGS UNDER EACH SCWML) 

SEE ALSO YOUTH SPORTS 

ELKS LODGE HOLDING HOOP SHOOT CONTEST 

NO LOVE LOST AS DALRYMPLE REXCTS KISSES 

'HURRY UP' RULE SHOULD MAKE LIFE INTERESTING IN ACC 

BASKETBALi/THE NATION 

IT'S NOT MAGIC, BUT KIi«'S GEHING FREE THROW TOUCH 

VALUANO COACHES BY SEAT OF PANTS 

BASKETBALLOre NATION 

CONSOLATION 

EVEN OIHMURT, TAYLOR PREFERRED MENACING STYLE 

BASKETBALL/TJC NATION 

IRISH EYES SMILING WITH UNC IFSET, BLAST FROM PAST 

T(«ING A STOT 

BASKETBALL/nC NATION 

J.R. (WNIA FAILS TO MAKE BIG HIT WITH UNC'S SMITH 

0^C ON 0^E ON ONE 

N.C. LOVE OF BASKETBAa SEaiNG POINT 

UNC-SYRACUSE REMATCH ON TAP 

TWO DURHAM TEAMS UIN EASTER BASKETBALL TITLES 

TOP PREP PLAYERS GET CHANCE WITH OLYWIC FESTIVAL TEAMS 

NBA JELWGS IN N.C. 

TERPS SEEK HIGHER GROUND 

CHARLOTTE'S CHOICES: COaEGE, NBA TALENT 

JULIUS erving: o^£ of a kind 

MARYLAND TRIES TO PUSH NEVIN OIX THE BACKDOOR 

NJAA BASKETBAa OWMPS 

LAMBIOTTE LEAVING WOLFPACK 

FWFARE: PROS AT DEAN'S DOME 

FANFARE! PRO-^ WOPS 

E)(HIBITI£»< 6A(£ TO BE SCHEDULED TO PREP WORLD UNIVERSITY TEAM 

K'S mission: TEACH 'TEAM USA' HIS SYSTEM 

BIG OtESE ON A SMAa COURT! SHORTEST STAR (WKES TEAM 

SLAMDU^8(ING RAT SHOWS OFF AT SCIENCE (F SPORTS EXHIBIT 

CLARK GETS QUICK RECRUITING COUP 

SU1MER SCHOOL BASKETBAa 

AIR BAa 

SEIKALY, HAMMONDS WON'T MAKE TRIP FOR WORLD UNIVERSITY GAICS 

KRZYZEWSKI, WITH FEU BIG f€N, MADE AN ATTEMPT AT MOURNING 

Slfl*ER CAW HAS C0AO€S DROOLING 

FESTIVAL DOESN'T NEED UNREALISTIC HYPE 

LEAVES MAY BE BRtWN, BUT SEASON'S BRIGHT 

REID, CHILCUTT COC TO(£Tt£R ON SOUTH TEAM 

fanfare: LOCAL PLAYERS CHOSEN 

LEFTY RETURNS TO COACHING SPOTLIGHT 

U.S. BASKETBAa IN SEMIFINALS 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

n 



1/01/1987 B 
1/04/1987 B 
1/11/1987 B 
1/13/1987 D 
1/18/1987 B 
1/25/1987 C 
1/28/1987 D 
1/29/1987 B 
2/01/1987 C 
2/07/1987 B 
2/08/1987 B 
2/11/1987 C 
2/11/1987 D 
3/01/1987 B 
3/06/1987 C 
4/09/1987 A 
4/19/1987 B 
4/20/1987 D 
4/21/1987 D 
4/23/1987 A 
4/26/1987 B 
5/03/1987 B 
5/06/1987 A 
5/10/1987 B 
5/19/1987 B 
5/24/1987 B 
5/29/1987 C 
6/02/1987 D 
6/07/1987 B 
6/11/1987 C 
6/11/1987 D 
2 6/12/1987 A 
2 6/14/1987 B 

1 6/17/1987 C 

2 6/17/1987 C 
6/21/1987 B 
6/28/1987 B 
7/05/1987 B 
7/10/1987 D 
7/12/1987 B 
7/12/1987 G 
7/14/1987 D 
7/15/1987 D 
7/16/1987 D 



3 

2 

2 

1 

2 

2 

1 

1 i 

2 

2 
2 

1 I 
1 

2 I 
1 I 
3 
5 
5 
3 
4 
5 
3 

4 

4 I 
6 I 

3 I 
4 

3 
10 

1 

1 
20 

4 

1 

1 

3 

8 

9 

1 

4 
10 

2 

1 

4 



N 

N M14 
N M14 
U F25 
N M14 
N M14 
U F25 
P L38 
N M14 
U F25 
N M14 
P F70 
U F25 
N M14 
P R76 
N 

N D71 
N 

N F25 
E 

N D71 
N D71 
E 

N D71 
P 

N D71 
N 
N 

N D71 
U D18 
F B71 
N A80 
N D71 
P RO 
P F70 
N D71 
N D71 
N D71 
U F25 
U D71 
F B13 
N 

N D71 
N 



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SMITH CENTER CREW HAS SW3RT TIJ€ TO GET FLOIR READY FOR GYfWASTS 
HILLS, REID RENEW RIVALRY 
DR. 'J' naiVERS 

U.S. rxms Canada, reaocs ^€Dal R'OWB^ 

NCRTH-SOUTH SHOOTOUT EXPECTET IN BASKETBALL „ „„ „„ 

rallVAL notebook: BY TIME QUESTION ANSWERED, DUKE'S ABOLNABY OUT 
T>£SE GIANTS CARRY BIG UIWIING WAYS ^ ^ 

UVsrTAKES ON YUOBLAVIA FOR UNIVERSITY GAMES GOLD 

wc's CHiLonr bides his time 
Mias m£S succESSFa debut 

mi FACES STEP FORWARD AT FI^^-STAR 

ACC FIAYERS SPARK SOJTH'S 75-66 VICTW 

^n RESTCS^S SHIh£ TO TARNISHED REPUTATION 

LACK OF fCIGHT HAWWED U.S. 

J.R. h£LPS SOJTH SLW1 NORTH . „ ^, 

CtKCHIANI STEALS SHOW FROH BATTLE OF BIG ICN 

CARTER SHOWS WHY DUKE WANTED HIH 

^JTH HOLDS KT EAST, TAKES ON NORTH FOR GOJ) 

■n£ TOP PROSPECTS 

FESTIVAL SEES 'VINTAGE' LEFTY 

KRZY2EWSKI ANXIOUS AFTER WINNING SILVER ^„^, 

FESTIVAL notebook; KRZYZEUSKI SPELLS VITALE IN TV BOOTH 

SOUTH LOOKING FOR SVEEP, GOLD 

S'S^SvtfoAIN gold: MICHIGW'S mills PACES DEEP SpW|D 

reSTIVAL notebook: IWl^Sm will TAKE 3-POINTER, BUT GRUDGINK-Y 

TIf€S CHANGING F(K U.S. HCa=^ 

A LEGITIhATE UPSET 

HOT NORTH RIPS SOJTH 

KCWBEK A TE^ PLAYER _ ,^^., 

SmON SAYS UNO'S REID OLYMPIC IttTERIAL _ ^ ,,r>.,«TTov, 

A SeSnD look at J}€ GAftS: J.R. REID HOLDS A CARNATION... 

NO PLACE TO PARK 

DRIBBLER IN !>€ SHADOfS 

U.S. .Afl^IORS GO FOR GOLD 

HIGH-PERCENTAGE SHOT 

few GIRLS' BASKETBALL LEAG^ FILLS VOID 

CIRBSIDE HGCIP 

SPECIAL (X.YfFICS BOIWCES INTO lOTH YEAR 

C^KVILS' CACHES rtWE EARTH-SW^It« TIHE IN L.A. 

STATE^ VALVANO TAKES L£Af£R APPR-OACH TO PACK'S SEASON 

HOLLAND hWST PAY \Jf LOST CHALLENGE TO 4 CAVS 

ACC CROW NO TONIC FOR VALVANO'S DREAMS 

FANFARE/MARSHALL TABBED 

GOAL TENDING ^ „^,^^ 

SPECIAL XYWIANS DRC^ CffQCRS ^ ^.„tt™, 

OKE INTRAMJRALS LIVE UP TO N.C.'S 'HOOPS' TRADITION 

TIP OFF '88 

TIPOFf 'K 

TIPOFf '88 

TIPOFf '88 

TIPOFF '88 

TIPOFF '88 

TIPOFF '88 

TIPOFf '88 

B^OTAO^'ST^ A MAN OF MANY HATS ... DANNY FERRY 
UNC'S CHILCUTT DRAWS EARLY ACCLAIM 

dS'KsS^ basketball TEAM WITH H^ OF URBAN MINISTRIES 

DUKES rCFEAT M' IN SCRIMMAGE 

CO-ISEUM CRUMBLING _ . „^„ ^„ „^ 

IN Tt€ LONG RW, IT WAS A KVIL OF A TRIP FOR DIKE 

ELLIOn PUTS ARIZONA IN SPOTLIGHT 

ffio^^iS^^A^^MES A MATTER OF WW'S YOUR PAL 

^fpETinri^^^^a^PoRWKv GRANT 



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7/16/1987 A 
7/16/1987 B 
7/16/1987 D 
7/17/1987 C 
7/17/1987 D 
7/18/1987 D 
7/18/1987 D 
7/18/1987 D 
7/18/1987 B 
7/19/1987 C 
7/19/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/27/1987 
7/29/1987 . 
8/02/1987 B 
8/05/1987 D 
8/18/1987 C 
9/15/1987 D 
9/22/1987 C 
9/29/1987 D 
10/11/1987 B 
10/18/1987 B 
10/^5/1987 B 
11/01/1987 B 
11/02/1987 B 
11/03/1987 C 
11/10/1987 
11/10/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/17/1987 
11/19/1987 
11/20/1987 
11/29/1987 
11/30/1987 B 
12/08/1987 B 
12/08/1987 B 
12/11/1987 D 
12/13/1987 C 
12/15/1987 D 
12/16/1987 D 
12/20/1987 C 
12/26/1987 D 
12/27/1987 C 



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1 
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7 
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N F25 
P 
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N F25 
N C52 
N D71 
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N D71 
N D71 
N D71 
N D71 
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N F25 
N F25 
N D71 
U F25 
N F25 
N D71 
N C52 
N D71 
N F25 
N D71 
N C52 
N C52 
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N F25 
N F25 
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P L38 
N A76 
N M14 
N M14 
N M14 
N M14 
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P M66 
N A76 
N A76 
T R56 
N 052 
N M14 
N C68 
N M98 
N B85 
H B67 
N C47 
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T C50 
N M14 
P T32 
N A76 
N A74 
U F25 
N M14i 

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N M14 
N M14 
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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



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SEE ALSO BASEBALL CARDS 

SEE ALSO FOOTBALL CARDS 
ANTI-DRUG CARDS FEATURE UNC BASKETBALL STARS 
TAR HEEL BASKETBALL PLAYERS' CARDS f€LP FIGKT IRUG ABUSE 
BLUE DEVILS FEATURED IN TJ«EE-COUNTY ANTI-DRUG PROGRAM 

BASKETBAa HAU OF FA^E 

FIVE INDUCTED INTO BASKETBALL mL 

BASS BROTHERS ENTERPRISES, INC. 

DEVELOPER THIWS DURHAM SUCCESS TIED TO PATIENCE 

BASS FISHING 

SEE ALSO LARGEMOUTH BASS 
SEE ALSO STRIPED BASS 

DAWSON TAKES FIRST IN BASS TOURNAMEJfT, BUT CORBIN CATCJfiS THE BIG Oi€ 

FISHING TOUWEY SET 

CAGLES CLAIM BASS TKJRfCY 

REPUBLICANS POSTPONE BASS TOURNAttNT 

lASWii PAIR TAKES TOP PRIZE 

BASS LAKE 

LAKE ^EAR BLOUING ROCK IS DRAINING 

BATAAN DEATH MARCH 

CHAPLAIN ON MXMi SAYS HATRED KEPT HIM ALIVE 

BATHROOMS 

REPUBLICAN SPARKS P(«TISAN POTTY CHARGES 

BATON TUIRLING 

SEE ALSO CARO-INA ALL-STAR TWIRLERS 
DURHAM BATW TUIRLERS WIN HONORS 
DIMWM BATON TUIRLERS PRANCE WAY TO SHEAF OF TITLES IN YEAR 

BATS 

LET BATS SO-VE OUR PROSiESS PROBLEMS 

LOVE THOSE BATS! A HAaOlCEN SYMBOL OBSCU^ IN MYTHS 

BATTERED MMN 

^ ALSO CHANGE (A f£N'S COUNSELING PROGRAM ON DOfESTIC VIOLENCE) 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, DURHAM "•-■^'vu, 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, N.C. 

SEE ALSO CHILD ABUSE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY STRUCTURE 

SEE ALSO aWERNOR'S TASK FORCE ON DOftSTIC VIOLENCE 

^ ALSO ORAMS/DURHAM YUCA COALITION FOR BATTERED WOMEN 

SEE ALSO RAPE, U.S. 

SEE ALSO SEXUAL ASSAULTS 

SEE ALSO SHATTERED DREAMS (BOOK) 

ADVKATES HELP BAHERED UOICN 

STUDY SHOUS MALE-FEMALE DIFFERENCES AMONG KILLERS 

MO^ MONEY SOUGHT TO AID VICTIMS OF SPOUSE ABUSE 

UOMAN CONVICTED (F MANSLAUGHTER 

WOMAN KTS PRISON TERM FOR SLAYING 

PA^EL KILLS REFERENDUM ON REPLACING PROPERTY TAX 

MARITAL RAFt LAU NEEDED 

COUNSELING PROGRAM FOR UIFEBEATERS IN PERIL 

COUNSELING PROSRAM STRENGTHENS FAMILIES 

BATTERED UOfEN ORIENTATIONS PLANNED 

DUWAM MAN BEATS HIS WIFE, OT}£R UOMAN 

2 OFFICERS HURT IN SCUFFLE 

COUNSELING PROGRAM IMiERGOING CHANGES 

BATTERED UOfCN'S COALITIO N SEE KS $150,000 FOR SHaTER 

UIFE BEATERS CHANGE FOR BETTER 

BATTERING SHOJLD STIR COMMUNITY CONSCIENCE 

WMCN'S StCLTER DEEDED 

REST HOME O^'ERATO? TELLS OF SHOOTING 

AN OUTRAGEOUS DECISION 



S I T 
N E ELY 
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S 2 2/03/1987 A 1 P N T85 
H 2 2/12/1987 B 4 N 
H 2 8/19/1987 B 2 P N M51 



H 2 5/06/1987 D 1 P N 
H 2 8/16/1987 F 1 C N 



H 2 3/29/1987 B 15 N U60 

S 2 5/12/1987 B 9 N 

H 2 5/24/1987 B 12 N 

H 2 11/10/1987 C 10 N 

H 2 11/29/1987 C 16 P N U60 



H 2 3/06/1987 A 10 N 
H 1 8/26/1987 C 2 N 
H 2 9/06/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 1/29/1987 B 4 N 
H 2 10/07/1987 C 4 P N B12 



H 2 8/10/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 10/28/1987 B 1 P F Zll 



S 


2 1/06/1987 A 


6 D F S27 


S 


2 1/13/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 2/06/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 3/04/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/07/1987 A 


9 


H 


H 


2 5/27/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 7/23/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 9/20/1987 C 


1 


N S82 


S 


2 9/22/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 10/15/1987 B 


8 


N 080 


S 


2 10/17/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/26/1987 B 


1 


N S82 


H 


2 11/12/1987 C 


8 


N 


S 


2 11/12/1987 A 


6 D F G59 


H 


2 11/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 11/15/1987 D 


4 


E 


S 


2 11/17/1987 B 


1 


N B53 


H 


2 11/18/1987 A 


4 


E 



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^^^lANGLE PARK GROJP t€LPING COOPERATIVE REDUCE POICR COSTS 
MARTIN TO Hap DEDICATE BIG STORAGE BATTHRY 

BATTERIES NOT INaUDED (FUJI) , _ 
'TIS Tffi SEASON TO SEE FILMS 

T}€ BATTLE Wm OF T>€ REPUBLIC 

OFFBEAT history: POET FIRST >StU THE GLORY' 

BATTLE OF GUILFORD C015^TH0USE ^„ 
SEE ALSO REVO-UTIONARY WAR HISTORY 
TAR f£EL HEROICS OVERSTATED? ^„^.^^ 
N.C. MILITIA'S HEROICS MAY HAVE BEEN (WERSTATED 

^^aEftATfLE^PA^'RESIIOTS ASKED TO ATTEND^MEETING 

pSelsays leave battle park out of any loop plan 

7TfERNATll^T0 EASTERN LOOP PRESENTED TO TOW-CAMPUS PAhEL 

'^^TUEFiaJ BAND'S FOLK WJSIC IS UNLIKE ANY OTHER 

BAY fCADCUS SOCCER CAJff 
SEE ALSO SOCCER 

&fl^E^ISRTA«p'^C^BE FESTIVAL PRACTICE SITE 

StKCER CAMP DEBATE CONTINl£S 

COKTY PLAWERS OK STOC'S SOXER FIELDS 

STOhC WINS FIRST SOCCER CAtff VOTE 

REQUEST FOR SOCCER FIELD RCONING WITHDRAWN 

DBS.OPER DROPS SOCCER-CWP REZ0NIN6 

StKCER CAMP SEWAGE PLANT PLANS DENIED 

BAZAARS 

SEE ALSO CHURCHES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO CRAFT SHOWS 

BAZAAR ACTIVITIES ,, ,^ 

UNC SLATES CRAFTS BAZAAR NOV. 13-15 

BRWSUICK STEW ON l€NU 

BAZAAR CRAFTS 

MOUNT BETHEL TO H(0 BAZAAR 

CRAFTS BAZAAR SET 

BEACH BINGO 

^^HO^E SUPPORTS BILL TO OUTLAW 'BEACH BINGO' 
AtCNMCNT REVIVES 'BEACH BINOO' 
PANa SIFPORTS EASIER STATE TAX FOWl ^^^^ 
JORDAN SAYS BILL TO QUIT COfffACT IS IN TROUBLE 

BINGO COMPROmScOKING UNLIKaY, PANEL'S HEAD SAYS 
SENATE COMMITTEE APPROVES CITIES-HIGHWAYS BILL 

BEACH MUSIC ,.™-.„ 

BEACH fWSIC FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND ^ 

BMH fflJSIC TO RAISE MONEY F(K ROANOKE RIVER GROUP 

BEACH mJSIC FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO mJSIC usrrKFNH 

BEACH mllC FESTIVW: SLATEdSy TO SUPPORT ROANOKE RIVER ASSOCIATION 

SANFQRD'S BEACH mJSIC FESTIVAL SATURDAY 

BEACHES, N.C, AND S.C, 

SEE ALSO BARRIER ISLANDS 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVELOPMENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COASTAL WATERS 



H 2 7/26/1987 A 21 N M97! 
H 2 8/21/1987 A 18 N R8fl' 



S 2 12/24/1987 D 1 P R B71 
H 2 1/17/1987 A 4 T H 



1 7/01/1987 B 

2 7/03/1987 A 



H 2 1/07/1987 B 
H 3 9/10/1987 B 
H 3 9/30/1987 C 



H 2 4/17/1987 D 



6 N 
1 N L9( 
1 N L9< 



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2 
2 
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2 
2 
2 
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2/06/1987 A 
2/11/1987 C 
2/27/1987 A 
3/04/1987 C 
3/04/1987 A 
4/02/1987 A 
4/02/1987 C 
4/10/1987 A 


1 N M0< 
1 N MO* 
1 N MOt 
1 N P& 
1 P N MOi 
1 N AS 
1 N HOi 
1 P N MOi 


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H 
S 
S 
S 
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2 10/15/1987 A 
2 11/01/1987 C 
2 11/05/1987 A 
2 11/06/1987 B 
2 11/06/1987 A 
2 11/12/1987 D 


6 P P L3 
11 N U8 

6 P P L3 

1 P P T3 

8 N 
10 N 


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2 


5/26/1987 B 
5/27/1987 B 
7/10/1987 A 
7/14/1987 D 
7/15/1987 B 
7/19/1987 A 
7/30/1987 A 


1 P N 

2 N 
15 N 

5 P N 

3 N 
24 N 
15 N 


H 
H 


2 

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5/15/1987 D 
6/10/1987 C 


3 N 
1 N n 


H 

H 
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2 
1 

1 


5/15/1987 D 
6/24/1987 B 
9/25/1987 C 


3 N 

1 N Hi 
3 N 



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1/01/1937 



INDEX BY 
12^31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO CRYSTAL COAST 
SEE ALSO N.C. SOUNDS 2000 
SEE i^SO OUTER BANKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SAND DUI€S 
SEE ALSO SEA LEV€L 
SEE ALSO ^NECA GUNS 
SEE ALSO TIDES 

CmSlM. RESIDENTS BRACE FOR HIGH TIDES 

WIND, RAIN GREET ICVI YEAR 

CHURNING SUFR RIPS N.C. COAST, FLOODS BEAOCS 

BEACH RESIDENTS EYE DAMAGE 

DEADLY STORM ERODES N.C. COAST 

EXPERTt BEACHES MORE VULNERABLE 

SC^E HW£GW€RS GIVING UP 

PILKEY WARNS BEACH RESIDENTS 

COASTAL STORM CAUSED »6.5 MILLItW IN DAMAGES 

STORM DAMAK ON COAST IS PLACED AT $6,5 MILLION 

FOaY BECOftS A CATASTROPfC 

PRWERTY OWOS AND STATE OFFICIALS AT ODDS OVER REPLENISHING BEACHES 

OFFSHORE RU1BLINGS STILL A MYSTERY 

COASTAL COUNTIES WON'T GET FEDERAL AID 

S.C. SEEKS INSURANCE ON BEACH HOUSES 

TOPSAIL ISLAND DEVELOPER SETS OFF STORM OF CONTROVERSY 

STEWARDS CF RAPIXY DINGING N.C. COAST FACE PARADOX 

IN N.C. COASTAL CLASHES, fiU. ROADS LEAD TO RALEIGH 

ISLAND VILLAGE TRIES TO UEATfER STORM OF TOURIST DEVELOPfflifT 

TOPSAIL ISLAND OFFICIALS WATCH AS XEAN ADVANCES 

COAST'S future: RICH MAN'S PARADISE? DECAYING SLUM? 

SUBSIDY BANS ON MORE SECTIONS OF COAST UROD 

COASTAL MANAGEICNT REORGANIZATION DRAWING FIRE 

EXPANDED BARRIED ISLAND PROGRAM WOULD INCREASE PROTECTED ACREAGE 

SCIENTISTS GIVING TOUR OF BEACH TROUBLE SPOTS 

PILKEY; DESTRUCTION OF BARRIER ISLES LIKRY 

GEOLOGIST CITES COST OF REPLENISHING BEACH 

RESANDING N.C. BEACI€S TOO COSTLY, DUKE STUDY FINDS 

SW3RELINE CHANGES LIMIT BARRIER ISLANDS 

COASTAL FEDERATION SEEKS N.C. POLICIES ON DEVELWfCNTS » 

PILKEY SAYS S.C. COASTAL PROBLEMS 'OUT OF CONTROL' 

WKATORIUM MAY BE BEST EROSION APPROACH 

SCIENTIST SAYS GREEMHJSE EFFECT TO MEAN BEACH LOSSES 

COASTAL DIVISION PU« DRAWS CRITICISM 

OCEAN TAKES HOJSE AT NAGS HEAD 

NATIWWL PARK SERVICE PUTS BRAKES ON BUILDING LIGHTHOJSE RETAItCR 

ANOTHER NAGS l€AD HOUSE TOPPLES 

ICATHER CALMS ON STORM-BATTERED OUTER BANKS 

PIUEY: nags head losses show N.C. MOVING CORRECTLY 

STATE'S FERRIES EXPECTING 'BIG SUMfER' 

BUILDING TKI aOSE TO SHORE DESTROYS FOOD CHAIN FOR MAN 

hOCRI^i. DAY CELEBRATORS HIT N.C. BEAO^S AND KERR LAKE 

HURRICANE WATCH: 'WE'RE BUILDING DEATH TRAPS,' l€IL FRAM< WARNS 

OUTER BANKS LOOKING FORWARD TO HIGH SEASON 

Tt£ CRYSTAL COAST: BIKINIS, HISTORY, BiBS 

$2 MILLION SOUGHT FGR N.C. BEACH ACCESS PROSMM 

BEACH CONFLICT PITS BULLDOZERS AGAINST TITTLES 

OFFICIALS mPING BEACH ACCESS PROGRAM WILL BE REVIVED 

TECHNIQUE USED TO SAVE BRIDGES TRIED IN N.C. 

FOSSILIZED SHARKS' TEETH FOUND tCRE 

AGGRESSIVE DEVatPERS THREATEN BARRIER ISLANDS 

FIGURE EIGHT ISLAND RESIDENTS TAKE ON ENVIR0^8€NTAL MATTERS 

MASONBORO ISLAND IS 'FO? THE BIRDS' 

WHALE SEEN OFF N.C. COAST HAD BEEN SIGHTED BEFCKE 

DROUOff (CARTIfflN) 

6 BOTTLENOSE DOLPHINS WASH UP ON BEADCS OF N.C. OJTER BANKS 

N.C. 'ON FRIN(^' OF DOPHIN DEATHS 

PEOPLE CAN SWEEP N.C. BEAOES CLEAN 

CLEANUP PROJECT PLAW€D SATURDAY ON N.C. BEACHES 

A WHALE OF AN EDUCATION 

BAN OF VEHiaES m EhERALD ISLE BEACH UPHELD 

SUBSTWCE FOUND AT BOGUE BEAOCS IDE^fTIFIED AS HARMFU. TYPE OF ALGAE 

COASTAL N.C. FEaS Itff>ACT ON ECONOMY FROM RED TIDE 



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1/01/1987 B 


2 N 


S 


2 


1/01/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/02/1997 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/02/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/04/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/04/1987 C 


1 P N 


S 


2 


1/06/1987 A 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 


1/06/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/07/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


1/11/1987 D 


5 J 


H 


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1/13/1987 B 


16 N 


H 


2 


1/25/1987 B 


6 N 


S 


2 


1/30/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 C 


7 N 


S 


2 


3/06/1987 A 


5 N 


S 


2 


3/09/1987 B 


3 Q 


S 


2 


3/10/1987 A 


9 Q 


S 


2 


3/12/1987 C 


5 P N 


S 


2 


3/13/1987 A 


5 


H 


2 


3/15/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


3/24/1987 A 


14 N 


•H 


2 


3/24/1987 B 


16 N 


H 


3 


3/26/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 


4/02/1987 B 


1 N H60 


S 


2 


4/02/1987 A 


1 M N B85 


H 


2 


4/03/1987 C 


3 N H60 


S 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


1 N B85 


S 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


1 N B85 


H 


1 


4/04/1987 C 


1 P N H60 


S 


2 


4/04/1987 A 


1 P N E85 


S 


2 


4/09/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/19/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


4/21/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


4/23/1987 A 


11 P N 


H 


2 


4/27/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


4/27/1987 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 


4/28/1987 B 


9 N 


S 


2 


5/07/1987 A 


1 N B85 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 D 


10 P F C19 


S 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/25/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 


2 P N 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 D 


8 P F C19 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 D 


9 P F C19 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 C 


8 N 


H 


2 


6/29/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


9 N 


S 


2 


7/10/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


7/30/1987 D 


10 P F 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 C 


12 N 


S 


2 


8/07/1987 A 


12 N 


S 


2 


8/12/1987 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


8/18/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


O 


8/22/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 D 


4 N 


S 


2 


9/09/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 E 


8 P F 


H 


2 


10/08/1987 A 


17 N 046 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


16 N 


S 


2 


Ll/11/1987 C 


9 N 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



PAGE IM 
1/21/81 



N.C. COASTAL TOURISM PLAN DRAUS INTEREST, SKEPTICI^^ 

DECISION HAY RUIN VALUE OF BEACfFRONT LOTS AT HOLDEN 

^ P'oKaL GRWS VOW TO SLOW COASTAL DEVELOPMENT 

SHELLFiai PROTECTION NOT BKUm, GROUP SAYS 

MAJOR TEST EXPECTED ON COASTAL REGUJ^TIONS 

study: 0REK3N INIH JEHIES NOT ECONOMIC^Y FEASIBLE 

FLMD INSU^fWCE CHANGE COVERS MOVING OF HOUSES 

BEACJCS, N.C. AND S.C, PUBLIC ACCESS 
SEE W-SO COASTAL DEV£LOPI€NT, N.C. 
*2MILLI^ SOUGHT FOR N.C. BEACH ACCESS PRO-AM 
OFFICIALS HOPING BEACH ACCESS PROGRAMUILL BE REVIVED 
ACCESS TO STATE'S BEAOCS STIU LIMITH) 
KACH-ACCESS PROSWt SWMD GET MORE FUNK 
BwTk^ VEHICLES ON EMERALD ISLE BEACH UPHELD 
SSgE RaiS AGAINST PUBLIC USE (^ PRIVATE BEACH ROAD 



(CIL FKAW; WARNS 



^^^\s6 COASTAL DEVELCfftetT, U.S. 
TF ALSO TIDES 
HI^ICAJC watch: 'WE'RE BUILDING DEATH TRAPS, ' 
DIM BOOK WARNS OF EROSION AT LAKE ERIE 

^"WW^^ FOR INSOLVENT COMP^ 

STRINGING 'EM UP 

^^^^%€ beard: a MAN'S 0^a.Y l€ANS OF EXPRESSING HIS SOCIAL WORTH 

BEARS _ 

SEE ALSO TEDDY BEARS 
BEAR MOVED FOR PROTECTION 
MILDRED THE BEAR IS 21 YEARS OLD 
N.C. BLACK BE/«S LOSING HABITAT 

§lf Lffif^U^D^^^P^Ti^ fSs TAKE FISH AND ^ 

[g^sf^TBE^Ro^ 'i^^ ms^m^ ^ 

BEAR IN AMBULANCE JOKE DRAUS REPRIMAND, »50 FEE 
^AncKs^^GE?S[k'F^^ ^Sr RETURN TO THE WILD 

™^ 'f^''^J^»kARS: MASTER'S ICGREE POP_ 
WAILS, SHRIEKS ASIDE, BEARS INNOVATIVE, CATCHY 

"BEAT DOa<" PARADE 

if ^i UNIV^QF N.C.-CHAPEL HIU, STUDENTS 
GAME FACES 

^ '^S^S m HE^TS CLUB BAND (CARTOON) 

^^^JTTLe'^PILOT REMEMBERED AS HERO AT MEMORIAL SERVI^ IN BEAUFORT 
AffmCwU'S WIICWC0PIN6 WITH TRAGEDY WITH 'HONESTY...' 
FOOD BEING TAKEN TO ISLAND HORSES 

'pL^G;^ g^'?s{!^^lE JglS^Gs'^UIRIES ABOiT ADOPTION 
STATE XINS EFFORT TO SAVE BEAIFORT'S WILD HORSE t£RD 

^"'KKs&^'nCRE'S SOME WEIRD STUFF f€RE' 
WILL TV€RE BE BLAM<S ON THE BALLOT? 



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2 11/12/1987 A 
2 11/18/1987 C 
2 11/24/1987 C 
2 11/27/1987 B 
2 12/04/1987 C 
2 12/17/1987 C 
2 12/25/1987 C 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
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BYL 



1 


N 044 


2 


N 


6 


N 


7 


N 


5 


N 


16 


N 


b 


N 



6/26/1987 C 
7/07/1987 B 
7/27/1987 B 
7/30/1987 A 
10/08/1987 A 
11/14/1987 C 



8 
9 
2 
4 
17 
3 



N 

N 

N 

E 

N 046 

N 



2 5/28/1987 A 
2 10/15/1987 A 



2 P 
9 



H 1 9/02/1987 B 6 N 
H 2 6/15/1987 C 10 P P M44 



H 2 10/14/1987 B 2 N 



1/19/1987 A 
2/04/1987 B 
3/26/1987 C 
4/19/1987 B 
5/24/1987 D 
6/05/1987 B 
6/24/1987 C 
7/14/1987 D 
7/21/1987 C 
12/01/1987 C 



13 
2 

14 
9 
1 
1 

16 
6 
1 
1 



N 

N 

N 

N 

F H60 

N US5 

N 

N 

N S80 

N 



H 2 6/26/1987 D 3 R „ 
H 2 7/03/1987 D 5 R L37 



H 3 11/20/1987 B 1 P P B81 
H 2 6/03/1987 A 4 T T R5i 



2 1/29/1987 D 9 N 

2 1/29/1987 D 9 N 

1 4/16/1987 B 1 P N 

2 4/18/1987 A 3 N 

1 4/24/1987 B 1 N Sa 

2 9/14/1987 B 7 N 



H 2 1/29/1987 D 13 N 
H 2 7/26/1987 D 5 J 



BEALFORT COWTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BEAUFORT CQWTY PRINCIPAL SUES BOARD (WER TRANSFER 

BEAUSOLIEL (KUSIC GR01S>) 

BEAUSOLEIL'S CAJJNS PLAY ROOTS MUSIC AT THE EDGE 

UIT, SUBSTANCE MAKE SINGER-WRITER STEUART A HIT 

BEAUSOflL, A CAJUN BAND FROM LOUISIANA, PLAYS MUSIC TO DANCE BY... 

BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAMS 

SEE ALSO HI»*)AY BEAUTIFICATION Aa 
PANEL EYES OLYMPICS LANDSCAPING 
INaUDE DOWNTOWN IN FESTIWJ. PLANNING 
COUNCIL SIDELI^ES PROPOSAL ON CHAPEL HILL ENTRANCE SIGNS 
DUWAM a<S FUNDS FOR DTCC 
yOLUNTEERS SOmi F(K SPRUCE-IF WORK 
TRIM THE EH3ES 

CLEANING UP TRINITY AVE.: FIRM >€LPING RESIDENTS PAINT, PLANT 
$2 MILLION SET FOR OLYt«>IC FESTIVAL ROADS, LANDSCAPING 
DURHAM BLOOMS FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 
PLANTINGS ARE BEAUTIFUL 
HEED DURHAM'S RESIDENTS 

REAGAN HONORS PRESERVATIONISTS WITH FIRST AfWUAL AWARD 
AREA'S SPRIX;iNG IF SHOULD BE PERMANENT 
STATE UILL MAINTAIN FLOWERS PLANTED FOR FESTIVAL 
ROADSIDE FLOdER PROJECT GETS GROWING SUPPORT IN RALEIGH 
OLD BARNS HISTWIC SITES OR EYESORES? 
OLYMPIC FEST SPRl^EHJ" MAY RESUME 
CITY BEAUTIFICATION IS WORTH CONTINUING 

BEAUTILLIQN MILITAIRE LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRA»€ 
SEE ALSO KAPPA ALPHA PSI 
PROGRAM PR(H)TES SCHOJtRSHIP. 

BEAUTY CONTESTS 

SEE ALSO MISS DURHAM/ORANGE COUNTY PAGEANT 
SEE ALSO TEEN-AGE KAUTY CONTESTS 

MISS NCCU TO COMPETE IN PAGEW^T IN MIAMI, FLA. 

PA(»W CONTESTANTS NEEDED 

HWCYDOLL WINNER CHOSEN 

BEAUTY SHOPS 

SHAMPOO ASSAULT SUIT COSTS DEFENDANT $3,700 
DEER VISIT A HAIR CULLER AT BEAUTY SffflP 

BEAUX ARTS BALL 

200 ENJOY '^T A LA CARTE' BENEFIT 
BEAUX ARTS BWX TO BE MARtH 7 
BEAUX ARTS BALL TO BE t£LD TONiaiT 
ARTFULLY DISPLAYED 
BRING PICNIC SUPPER, AND COME ON OUT 

BEA^RS 

BEAVERS HAVE RETURNED TO MOST OF NORTH CAROLINA 

BECTON, DICKINSON AND CO. 

COSPORATE REPORTS? BECTON DICKINSON AND CO. 

HUnON GIVES K30D MARKS TO 2 TRIANGLE COMPANIES 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSII£R TRADING 

TIRING OF HANGING AROUND THE LOBBY? Sk€U PRODUCTS AT DURHAM EXPOSITION 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

NEW REPORT REIGNITES CHAMBER'S lOATE ABOUT REVITALIZATION 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIDER TRADING 

INSIKR TRADING 

BED AND BREAKFAST HOTELS 



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H 2 9/16/1987 A 11 N 



2 3/20/1987 D 
2 3/27/1987 D 
2 12/10/1987 D 



3 P N W66 
2 U L37 
6 P P 



1/08/1987 A 
1/09/1987 A 
1/13/1987 B 
1/13/1987 A 
2/26/1987 B 
6/17/1987 A 
6/19/1987 B 
7/07/1987 B 
7/10/1987 A 
7/11/1987 A 
7/16/1987 A 
7/22/1987 B 
7/27/1987 A 
8/12/1987 A 
8/28/1987 A 
10/19/1987 A 
10/27/1987 C 
10/30/1987 A 



1 
4 

10 
1 
2 
4 
6 
1 



N B85 

E 

N B81 
N h06 
N 
E 

N B38 
N 



1 P N T37 



L 

L 

N 

E 

N 

J 

N 

N H70 

E 



R53 



S 2 3/25/1987 B 1 P F G59 



S 2 3/10/1987 C 6 N 
H 3 3/10/1987 B 3 N 
S 2 4/21/1987 B 2 N 



H 1 5/15/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 11/30/1987 B 8 N 



2/10/1987 B 
2/12/1987 C 
3/07/1987 A 
3/09/1987 A 
8/25/1987 A 



2 P 
3 
11 
2 P 
6 P 



U H45 
N 
N 

P RO 
U H45 



S 2 3/06/1987 B 3 N 



H 


2 


1/24/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


2 


1/25/1987 B 


11 


U L41 


H 


2 


2/01/1987 B 


12 


U 


H 


2 


2/08/1987 C 


15 


N 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 D 


14 


U 


H 


2 


3/01/1987 C 


12 


U 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 C 


9 P U L41 


H 


2 


5/24/1987 D 


13 


N 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 C 


11 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 D 


11 


U L41 


H 


2 


8/30/1987 D 


13 


N 


H 


2 


9/27/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 C 


15 


N 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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i/2iy« 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P 



BYL 



^^^"SpAsf'^iNN PLAf*0 IN HiaSBOROUGH 
O^ORD Wm PUTS BED, BREAKFAST im PROPOSAL ON HOLD 

Tf£ BEDROJM UINDOU (FILM) 

|«VIE !«DE^N^C?1aM<S ATOP BOX OFFICE TAHJLATIQNS 

'J'BEDraw uinot''^thy'of cwarison to HiracocK 

LOi^TS IN N.C. mE HIT UITH FILM PRODUCERS 

^"^tEuES TO KEEP MO^EY FWW SALES TAX 

S (fflUNTAINLOSES ITS SUIT OVER SALES TAXES 
FILES SKIS 4TH IN fWTIONALS 

^^^ PLANE CRASH KIUS T>f?EE IN PERSON COWTY 
FAA TO PROBE PERSON AIR CRASI 

BEECHWMD CEJCTERY 

l€GLECTED SWJES GEniNG ATTENTION 

BEEF 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

^100^^LOAD°OF BEEF STOLEN AT TRUCK STOP 
BEEF COOK-OFF DEAO-IfC IS ^EAR... 

^;s''t^^?'^'^Et'SS IS yORKING TO KEEP IT ON THE COW 

BEEKEEPING 

SEE i^SO BEES 

SEE ALSO HONEY 

SEE ALSO N.C. BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATIW 

M ALSO ORANGE CCIMY BEEKEEPERS' ASSOCIATION 

ORANGE BEEKEEPERS WILL f€ET TOMORROW 

ORANGE BEE KEEPERS t€ET TONIGHT 

OFFICER'S PICKED FOR BEEKEEPERS 

BEES GET Bt^ RAP, HONEY PROBICER rtWS SAYS 

^^^'^IyMXDS BEEPH3UARDED CIGARETTES WILL mX. IN FRONT OF W£ COMER 

BEER 

SEE ALSO ALOMDL 

SEE ALSO ANHEUSER-BUSCH INC. 

SEE W-SO COORS BEER 

SEE W.SO OJRHAM BULLS, BEER 

SEE ALSO UINE 

[iK^^AraSinQ (F SEUING BEER (OR SOMETHING) TO MINOR 
hK TAX ON BEER IS EYED TO FUND EDUCATION PROGRAM 

S^'^Om'^i^'l^TpRfvEl^BILL BANNING BEER, K«)«NBAG6ING 
COMMITTEE MOTES TO BAN OPEN BEERS IN CARS 

K'^RSf^"^ BAN OPEN BEERS IN AUTOMOBILES 

B^R^ANY^cSt PROMPTS CAUS TO HARSHUILLE 
SPEEIWAY Uim BILL REVIVED BY WXJSE 
BEER AND ACC GAMES COULD BEBAD MIXTWE 
BROKER SAYS LEGISLATOR TALKED Cf 'BEER STORE' 
LOBBYIST SAYS HUa€S FELT PROMISES ^MN 
a^T ON NOSE BROUGHT LONG TASTE OF TERROR 

mimm oPERS^Fit^s stores selling beer to minors 

MONEY causes CHANGE IN OLYMPIC AD RIAES 
SPUDS' AD COMES TOO LATE 



2 8/04/1987 B 9 P N A80 
1 12/10/1987 B 1 N 



1/16/1987 A 
1/30/1987 B 
2/05/1987 D 
2/05/1987 D 
2/07/1987 B 



14 
5 
4 
5 
4 



T85 



H 1 9/01/1987 C 
H 2 12/10/1987 A 
S 2 12/22/1987 D 



2 N 
22 N 
4 P N A74 



H 2 3/21/1987 C 1 P N 
S 2 3/21/1987 A 3 N 

H 2 9/15/1987 A 12 N S51 I 



H 2 2/11/1987 A 9 N 

H 2 4/02/1987 C 2 N 

H 2 8/27/1987 C 4 N _ 

H 2 10/26/1987 B 1 N S82 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 



I 



S 2 1/14/1987 A 7 N 

S 2 5/21/1987 C 2 N 

H 2 6/29/1987 A 13 N 

H 3 9/24/1987 B 1 P N D4C 



H 2 8/19/1987 A 9 N 



1/03/1987 A 
1/22/1987 B 
2/05/1987 A 
4/29/1987 A 
5/08/1987 A 
5/22/1987 A 
5/23/1987 A 
5/26/1987 B 
6/06/1987 A 
6/06/1987 C 
6/09/1987 A 
7/21/1987 A 
8/02/1987 B 
8/03/1987 C 
8/11/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/20/1987 
11/13/1987 
12/03/1987 



3 

16 
6 
1 

15 
4 

14 
1 
2 

13 
4 
6 
3 
1 
4 
1 
4 
4 



I 



N SK 

N 

F C8( 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 04( 

N 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N N3 

E 

N 

E 

E I 



BEES 



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INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BEEKEEPING 
SEE ALSO W3NEY 
SEE ALSO INSECT STINGS 
SEE ALSO KILLER BEES 

GRANVILLE MAN STIM3 TO DEATH 

BEES GET BUI RAP, HONEY PRODUCER H(«S SAYS 

BEGGARS AND CHOOSERS (PIHSBORO, N.C.) 

AGE IS THE RAGE IN CLOTHING IN DOUNTOUN PITTSBORO 

mWlQRfL MEDICINE 

^ AL^ a*! LWIV. MOICAL CENTER, BEHAVORIAL fCDICIhC RESEARCH CENTER 
SEE ALSO lOICAL RESEARCH 
SEE ALSO PSYCHOLOGY 
GAP NARROWS ON BEHAVIOR TfCORIES: COfffERENCE OPENS AT... GRAHAM CENTER 

BEIJING, CHim 
SEE ALSO 04INA 
DURHAM mtOKS CHINESE WDCTOR 

DOTOR INCHINAMAMED INTERNATIONAL AMBASSADOR FOR CITY OF MEDICINE 
•AMBASSADOR' BOOSTS DURHAM, MEDICKC 

BEIRUT MASSACRE 
SEE LEBANON 

BELGIUM 

BOYD, DEACS BEAT BELGIUM 

BELHAV€N fCMCKIAL WJSEUM 

BELHAI^ MUSEUM— 'THERE'S SOME WEIRD STUFF tCRE' 
BELHAVEN mSBM DISPLAYS ESOTERICA 

BaiZAIRE, TIC CAJUN (FIL^) 

'BaiZAIRE' A COMIC GUMBO OF SUSPEJfiE, ROMANCE 

BaiZE 

BATTLE OF BaiZE BECO«S CAUSE FOR DURHAM MINISTER 

NARROHHNDED VIEWS 

COURT UPHODS DRUG CONVICnON 

FIRST-HAND KNOWLEDGE 

WHAT'S T>E BIG OAL? 

WHERE ARE SOCIAL REFORMS? 

BELK-LEG«^TT (DUWAM, N.C.) 

BELK TO EXPAND SELLING SPACE 

IVAN BffiSKY LUCKY FUQUA STUDENTS DIDN'T Ihff>OSE FIfE 

WET HOLIDAY BOOSTS DURHAM RETAIL SALES 

♦6 MILLION RENOVATION PLAf#0 FOR BELK STC«E AT SOrm SQUARE 

DURHAM SHOPPERS GOBBLE UP BARGAINS ^^ 

BELK STORE SERVICES, INC. 

TOMER CIA CHIEF SEES TOUGH U.S. STANCE IN GULF 
BELKS TO CELEBRATE lOOTH YEAR 

BaKS (KtCRAL tCADING) 

IVEY IS SUING BELK TO STOP MALL EXPANSION IN CHARLOTTE 

BELL aifE ASSOCIATES 

DU^ BUSINESS STUDENTS CONSULTANTS FOR DURHAM FIRMS 
OFFICE ORIGINALS 

BELL-NORTt£RN RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO NORTfCRN TaECOM 
SHAKING A SWITCH TO WITHIN (W INCH OF ITS LIFE 
TaErai IS OFFERING ICU DEVICE TO MULTIPLY TELEPHOtC SERVICES 
NORTl€RN TELECOM COmJTER CUTS PHONE COSTS ^viuco 
INSTITUTIONS MUST CHANGE— AUTHOR 
WRITER SAYS RADICAL SOCIAL UPHEAVAL LOOMS 

BELLS 



N E 
P D 



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H 
H 
H 
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H 2 6/02/1987 C 2 
H 3 9/24/1987 B 1 P N D40 



S 2 11/30/1987 C 3 N 



H 2 5/05/1987 B 4 N C60 



S 2 3/17/1987 A 1 P N 
H 2 3/18/1987 B 3 N 
S 2 3/24/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 11/25/1987 D 2 N 



H 2 1/29/1987 D 13 N 
S 2 3/18/1987 B 4 F 



H 2 4/17/1987 D 16 R L59 



■ 



2 3/08/1987 C 

2 3/13/1987 A 

2 3/18/1987 B 

2 6/26/1987 A 

2 7/06/1987 A 

2 7/14/1987 A 



2 2/03/1987 A 
2 2/05/1987 D 
2 9/08/1987 A 
2 11/25/1987 D 
2 11/27/1987 A 



U H49 

L 

N 

L 

L 

L 



1 N W82 
5 P U L41 
1 N U82 
4 N 
1 P N W82 



H 2 10/07/1987 B 9 P N 
S 2 10/10/1987 A 9 N 



H 2 1/04/1987 D 11 N 



S 2 6/17/1987 C 6 N 
H 2 8/09/1987 E 1 P F C80 



H 


2 7/05/1987 D 


12 P P 


H 


2 7/08/1987 A 


1 N L41 


S 


2 7/08/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


1 N M97 


S 


2 10/30/1987 C 


1 U U82 



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SEE ALSO UNiy. OF N.C.-CHAPa HILL BELLTOl£R 
Tl€ MASTER OF DUKE MEMORIAL'S BELLS 
A BEUl FO^ SAINT LUKE'S 
THE BELLS THAT USED TO RING 

BELL'S STOP-N-SHOP , „, 

UCMAN SAYS FOOD STAJfl^S, C>£CK STOLEN 

^°^y CHIEF SPANGLER GETS SPOT (W BELLSOUTH BOARD 
UNO'S SPANa£R DEFENDS HAVING SEAT ON WfiSi 
SPANGLER OM BOAfiD MAY ^£LP UNC SYSTEM ^^ <™„ 

BELLSOim REPORTS EARNINGS UP $32 MILUON OVER 1986 
UNO FTOS<A« TO GET EGISOUTH GRANT ^^, ^^ r^nor 

WOMEN PONDERING IF CAREER OBJECTIVE IS WORTH T>E EFFORT 
GETTING ahead: MUTINS UILL B£ HOJ IN FUTURE, T>«Y SAY 
FORBES ARTICLE TELLS HOW CLAY HAWER PUTS DEALS TOGETHER 

BELLY DANCING 
SEE ALSO DANCE 
SHCfffER STOPPER 

BELMONT ABBEY COLLEGE 

CLEMSON COASTS PAST TERPS 

BELTEX CC«P. 

BLAZE DAMAKS PLANT (CAR EELMOKT 

fiH'J UAIBHN COMBO 

urfTsUBSTANCE MAKE SIN(0-URITER STEWART A HIT 

^^^'^UNIvSsAL^S MORE OF BENCH CRAFT 

T)€ BE>fCH MARK (DURHAM HERALD CaUfW) ^^^ 
DROP IN f€U-HO(€ CONSTRUCTION EXPECTO 
THE COURTY(«D IN CHAPa HILL IS^J ,^ „kmj 
LENDERS BRACE FOR HO^E-EQUITY CREDIT-LIhC RUSH 
SKILLED LABOR FOR BUILI£R'S REMAINS SHORT 
ALLENTON REfiLTi HITS $180 MiaiON If^CU^ SALES 
OFFICE OCOfANCY RATE IN EURHAM 73 PERCENT ^^.^^ 

wItiVaMILY homes LEAD, SINGLES DROP INBUILDING PERMITS 
HOME MORTGAGE RATE DROP Ft£LS FIRES OF REFIWW:iNG 
'BABY BOOfERS' NOU TRADING UP-SIIWEY 
U.S. KVERfWff LARGEST LANDCWCR IN DURtWI COUm 
SMALL COMF'ANIES DOMINATE NATION'S I^L ESTATE FIELD 
MISCELLAf£OUS EXPENDS WIVE IF CLOSim COSTS 
CUSTOM-TAILORED MORTGAGES KEY TO MARKET TODAY 
CCB MOVES OWNERSHIP OF SOUTHLAND TO REPUBLIC 
15-YEAR MORTGAGE MltKT BE IN YOl^ BEST INTEREST 
BOOM EXPECie IN Of£-FAMILY HOME BUILDING 
LEASING ACTIVITY (AND VACANCIES) UP IN TRIANGLE 
PRESIDENT FLU09<S JOB TEST-BUT HE'S NOT QUITTING 
HOME BUILEUNG LACKLUSTER FOR 3RD QUARTER IN OJRHAM 
ORANGE LEADS DIMAM IN ^«!SSAL£S AGAIN 
BUYERS OF MOBILE HOi€S ECTTER AT REPAYING LOW« 
DESPITE ITS PROBLEMS, EXECUTIVES LOVE THE PARK 
M«?SHALL TO LEAD DURHAM'S PARADE OF HO(tS IN OCT. 
HoIlOAN rates can be combing - STUDY 'O^^FIKSI 
H0^E SALES PACE PICKS UP STEAM IN DURHAM COWTY 
STATE'S HOUSING AGENCY OFFERING LOU-COST LOAMS 
INTEREST RATE JUMP SPARKS MAY RUSH FOR OLDER HOCS 
OFFICE VACANCY RATE IN TRIAN(LE FAaS IN QUARTO 
CONSU.TANTS SAY ^£ART (T TfC CITY CAN K REVIVED 
AFRICAN AIRLI(€S 'LANDING' UILL SEND HOME SALES SOARING 
COMPANY BACKS BUILDER'S UARRANH WITH INSURANCE 
INVESTORS RETURN TO FUNDAMENTALS FOR REAL ESTATE 
DEVELtffER THINKS DURWM SIXCESS TIED TO PATIEN^ 
DURHAM tCUSING ACTIVITY TABLES IN FIRST WiLF OF '87 _ 
STATE BOARD FINDS SALESUO^WN, BROKER, TO BLA^E IN CASES 



H 2 1/11/1987 C 1 P U H49 
H 2 3/24/1987 B 1 P P M66 
H 2 10/25/1987 D 4 E 



S 2 11/13/1987 A 7 N 



S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
N 
H 
H 



3/03/1987 A 
3/05/1987 A 
3/07/1987 A 
4/29/1987 A 
8/20/1987 B 
8/27/1987 D 
11/22/1987 D 
12/06/1987 D 



N 
N 
E 
N 
N 
N 

U L41 
U L41 



S 2 2/09/1987 A 2 P P R76 

H 2 1/18/1987 B 3 N 

H 2 12/29/1987 B 6 N 

H 2 3/27/1987 D 2 U L31 

H 2 6/14/1987 C 13 N 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 





H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


T 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/04/1987 

1/11/1987 

1/18/1987 

1/25/1987 

2/01/1987 

2/08/1987 

2/15/1987 

2/22/1987 

3/01/1987 

3/08/1987 

3/15/1987 

3/22/1987 

3/29/1987 

4/05/1987 

4/12/1987 

4/19/1987 

4/26/1987 

5/03/1987 

5/10/1987 

5/17/1987 

5/24/1987 

5/31/1987 

6/07/1987 

6/14/1987 

6/21/1987 

6/28/1987 

7/05/1987 

7/12/1987 

7/19/1987 

7/26/1987 

8/02/1987 

8/09/1987 

8/16/1987 

8/23/1987 

8/30/1987 



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1/01/1987 - 12>^1/1987 



DaCLOPICNT BOOM EXPECTED ON 1-85 ^EAR Dl«HA« 

LOWER INTEREST RATE RAISES HOfCBUYER'S SENSE OF AFFORDABLE 

THIS PRINTED 'GOSPa* APPARENTLY IS TRUTH; ONLY THE FACTS VARY 

LMMjRiarr has new twist on splihing brokerage fees 

EAST BEATS OUT WEST IN SURVEY RAM<ING REAL ESTATE MARKETS 
DURHAM, CHAPEL HILL OFFICE VACANCY RATES EXCEED 40 PERCEJfT 
Om NORTH DURHAM, MCCRACKEN PLACE PLAJ< TO CELEBRATE 
TRIANGLE IN DANGER OF TOO MANY MAaS, DEVELOPER SAYS 
CONTROVERSY GOES ROUND OVER BUILDING ROSEMARY SQUARE 
HOC EQUITY LOANS EXPECTED TO EXCEED tlSO BILLION IN 1987 
DURHAM HOffi SALES AVERAGED SURPRISING $105,172 IN OCTOBER 
MOST HOME BUILDING IN AREA FAR BEHIND 1986 CONSTRUCTION 
mi YCaW, BOSTW HOUSING TOPS SCALE OF EXPENSIVE W3MES 
REPORT SAYS AREA AWASH IN UNSOLD CONDOMINIUMS 
3,563 AP(«TrOTS IN VARIOUS FLAWING STAGES FOR DWWAM 
SALE OF DURHAM HtWES DROPS IN NOVEMBER 
MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICES MIKfT MERGE NEXT YEAR 

BEICNSON PRIZES 

DU<E TRUSTEE AWARDS ART STUDENTS 

TEN DU<E STUDENTS WIN BENENSON AWARDS 

BENJAMIN N. DUKE LEADERSHIP AW(«DS 
SEE M.SO DUKE IMIV., AWARDS 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP 

80 SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS AT DUKE FROM 2 CAROLINAS 

15 HIGH SCHtBL Se«a« WIN BENJAMIN WKE SCHOLARSHIPS 

15 SENICKS GET D19<E AWARDS 

S.C. STUDENTS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR DEBT-FREE AID AT DUKE 

DUKE PROGRAM TO AID S.C. STUDENTS IN DEBT 

DIKE RECRUITING MORE CARaiNAS STUDENTS 

WRE STATE STUDENTS AT DUKE A GCOD GOAL 

BEMCHAN HOUSE 

SEE ALSO HORTON GROVE 
STAGVILLE TO HONOR CONSTITUTION 



SUBJECTS 



BENNETT COLLEGE 

SEVERAL TAR HERS REJCMBER ICETING MARTIN VJTVER KING 
SEMINAR TO FOCUS ON MINORITIES 
LEADERSHIP SDnmt FOCUSES ON MINORITIES 

BENNEH HOUSE 

SEE BENNETT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

BENfCTT PLACE STATE HISTORIC SITE 

27 ACRES AT BE(#Crr PLACE PROTECTED FOR RARE PLANT 

BENNEH PLACE HONORED 

ON REGISTRY 

RE-ENACT)CNT (F SW^RENOR APRIL 25-26 

JOHNNY REB, BILLY YAJ« TO MEET AGAIN 

GEhCRAL SURRENDERS - AGAIN 

TtC MOMENT OF TRUTH 

ON GUARD 

CIVIL WAR ENACTMENT PLANfED SUNDAY 

ENGLIS»€N TO WEAR CO^FED£RATE UNIFORMS AT BENNEH PLACE CdV 

THE BRITISH HAVE CCIC-DRESSED AS CONFEDERATES 

ENGLISH C£»FEI)ERATES 

FRIDAY GUIDE; WHERE TO GO, W4AT TO SEE 

CWISTMAS PAST; HISTORIC SITES MARK HOLIDAY TODAY WITH OPEN HOUSES.. 

BENSEN AIRCRAFT CORP. 
SEE ALSO GYROCOPTERS 
GYROCOPTER INVENTS MUST LEAVE TF€ NEST 

BENTLEY AUTOMOBILES 

LUXURY COR SALES KEEP ROLLING ALONG 

BENTLEY CAPITAL GROUP 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 



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9/06/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/20/1987 
9/27/1987 
10/04/1987 
10/11/1987 
10/18/1987 
10/25/1987 
11/01/1987 
11/08/1987 
11/15/1987 
11/22/1987 
11/29/1987 
12/06/1987 
12/13/1987 
12/20/1987 
12/27/1987 



1 P N 

1 P N 

1 P N 

1 P N 

1 N 

1 N 

1 P N 

1 N 

1 P N 

1 N 

1 C N 

1 P N 



N 
P N 
D N 

N 
D N 



S 2 5/22/1987 A 15 N 
H 2 5/23/1987 C 3 N 



H 


2 


2/13/1987 C 


?0 


N D80 


H 


2 


2/25/1987 B 


3 


N 


S 


2 


2/26/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/08/1987 C 


14 


N D80 


S 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 C 


1 


N N36 


S 


2 


8/25/1987 A 


4 


E 



S 2 12/01/1987 B 1 P F G59 



H 1 1/20/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 5/31/1987 E 2 N 
S 2 6/02/1987 B 1 N 



2/14/1987 
3/24/1987 
4/01/1987 
4/10/1987 
4/23/1987 
4/23/1987 
4/26/1987 
4/27/1987 
8/28/1987 
9/09/1987 B 
9/11/1987 A 
9/11/1987 C 
12/11/1987 D 
12/13/1987 D 



N 
N 

P L38 
N 

N B85 
N 

P RO 
P F70 
N 
N 

N B12 
P M66 
I 
N W66 



H 2 1/06/1987 B 5 N 
H 2 10/27/1987 D 6 N 



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PAGE 
1/2 



SHOUJ ALLD PROJECTIONS BE FORKIT... 

^^reN5iSE^ffirN.C.,VXlMEERFIR£r€P^T>€NTS _ 
surf BY Fl!;? E^ FIREFIOfTERS WOS UP GRWWILLE CCl^n FIMS 
GRANVILLE BOARD RECOGNIZES BEREA FIRE KP^TfCNT 
aWWILLE HDARD'S fOJTRALITY S0U3HT IN BEREA DISPUTE 

BERINI DRIVE _^ ,,_^ 

Twis IS NOT m KffiwDefr 

^^"''^OFFBEAT history: BERLIN IS 750 YEARS OLD 
TT<IANGLE TRATC SPURS RDU VISIT 

BERLIN mX 

SEE ALSO EAST ORWWY 
9FF ALSO UOfin UAR II 

REAGAN: 'i9, HJRBACHEV, TEAR DOW TT1IS IWJ.' 

TEAR VCm UALL OF HATRED _„ 

EAST GERHAN ORICRS Kia REKXiNmON CWtfCES 

dike book finds german ambivalence 
^^^berteTeasts'greu uith w«ringtc»j'S poqtical stature 

BEKTIE CCUfTY JAIL _ „^^^ 

3 N.C. PRISffl«RS DIE OfXR ICEKEND 

BERTRAND CORP. OF WCRICA „ 

ITALIAN FIRM CHOOSES WILMINGTON 

BEST BET CONVENIENCE STORE (HENDERSON, N.C) 
STORE ROBBED AT f£NI£RSON 

BEST PRODUCTS CO. 

DIAMOND RINGS H)f£ 

BEST WESTERN HCTE. 

fWTEL CHAIN'S CENTER LEAVING N.C. 

BETA BLOCKERS 

^^BETA-BLOCKER CAUTIOUSLY PRESCRIBED FOR TEST ANXIETY 

STUBEIfT AnACKEB IN FRATERNITY HOUSE 

BETH-EL SYNASffilE 

SEE ALSO B'NAI B'RITH 

SEE ALSO Dl^^HAM HADASSAH 

SEE ALSO HANIKKAH 

SEE ALSO XUS 

SEE ALSO JUDEA REFORM CONfftEBATION 

SEE (LSD PASSOVER „ ,_„ 

SATURDAY SCHOOL OFFENDS RELIGIOUS BELIEFS 

TWO ANTI-^^EID LEADERS FEATUO IN SYNAGOGUE FORl^^^,_^ ^ ^^^ 

IM YEARS OF ^ISH TRADITION; FOUNDING OF DURHAM SYNAGCGUE CELEBRATED 

ICOTH A^H,€RSARY ^,^.,t*, 

EXHIBITION, LECTURE MARK BETH EL CENTEf*JIAL 

BETHAB«:A (MORAVIAN CHLRCH) 
SEE ALSO MORAVIANS 
AN OLD SALEM CWISTMAS 

^INISTERS^ti^Kt^ CITI2ENS TO IGNORE GASY PRIIE MARCH TOMORROU 

BETVEL ELEMENTARY SCHOCt „_ 

CLOSING OF BETHEL HILL SCHOOL RECOt^CNDED 



S I T 
N E ELY. 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYl 

H 2 12A51/1987 A 14 P U L41 



H 2 3/19/1987 B 2 N S8C 
H 1 3/24/1987 B 1 N S8( 
H 1 6/02/1987 C 1 N H6e 



H 2 7/22/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 4/04/1987 A 4 T H 
S 2 5/06/1987 A 1 P N B85 



H 2 6/13/1987 A 1 U H4' 

H 2 8/13/1987 A 4 E 

S 2 9/09/1987 A 4 E 

S 2 10/26/1987 C 1 R 



S 2 2/17/1987 A 3 N 

H 2 4/06/1987 C 2 N 

S 2 12/15/1987 A 9 N 

H 2 7/13/1987 B 7 N 

S 2 11/17/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 10/14/1987 A 12 N 

S 2 12/30/1987 B 5 U 

H 3 11/10/1987 C 2 N 



H 2 2/05/1987 A 4 L 

H 2 2/10/1987 C 6 N 

H 2 9/27/1987 D 1 P F CI 

S 2 10/12/1987 B 2 P P C' 

H 2 10/30/1987 D 10 N 



H 2 12/18/1987 D 12 P F C 
S 2 6/26/1987 C 1 P N K 
H 1 2/12/1987 B 1 H 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



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STATEJCNTS AT SCHOOL f€ARIN6 CLARIFIED 

BETtCL HILL SCHOOL (PERSON COUNTY, N.C.) 

SUPPORTERS OF BETHEL HILL SCHOOL SPEAK OUT 

PERSON COMY SCHOa BOARD VOTES TO KEEP ELEMENTARY SCHCMX. OPEN 

BETHEL HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL REPAIRS, IW^OVOENTS SOUGHT 

BET)€SDA, N.C. 

SEWER PETITIONS BEGAN IN 1983 

COMMISSIONERS SEEK PERMISSION FOR TAX CHANGES 

HOPES BRIGHTEN FOR BETICSDA SEWER LINES 

COWISSIONERS OK $912,000-fLUS FO? BETfCSDA SEWER CONSTRUCTION 

CCMOWATION SOUGHT FOR SEWER PROJECT LAND 

SEWER-LAND CONDEMNING IS DELAYED 

LANDHJSE ITEMS ON AGENDA 

DWWAM WATER, SEUER WORK ON SOOULE - MORE OR LESS 

COUNTY MAY CONDEMN LAND FOR SEWER WORK 

COUNTY STARTS TREYBU^N PAYBACK 

BET}ESDA ATRETIC ASSaiATION 
COIWTY CHAMPS 
CHURCH LEAGUE SOFTBWJ. ENJOYS A STRONG TRADITION AT BETf€SDA 

BETHESIW ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TEAMS 
SEE ALSO SOFTBALL 
CHURCH LEAGUE SOFTBALL ENJOYS A STRONG TRADITION AT BETHESDA 

BETffiSDA »«>TIST CHJRCH 

»TEh9>0RARY» LICENSE SET FOR DAY-CARE CENTER 

COMMUNICATION WOES CAUSED LICENSE PROBLEMS 

DESPITE HAVING FILL OF HOT MWS, FRENCH BOYS CHOIR IS A HIT 

BETtCSDA BOMBERS (SOFTBAa TEAM) 

SEE BETHESDA ATHXTIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TE(«S 

BETHESDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

DESIGN FOR 3 COJNTY SCHOOLS ALMOST READY 

PLAYING IT SAFE 

PREP PAPER'S COME OF AGE! SCHOOL fCWSPAPERS AID STUIENTS 

BETHESDA GETS WORD ON SCHOOL BUILDING 

UP, UP AND AWAY 

GROWTH EXPECTED TO KEEP PRESSIB«E ON SCHOOL SYSTEM 

BETJCSDA FIRE GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM 

SEE BETHESDA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SOFTBALL TE«ffi 

BET>£SDA HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS REUNION 
CASINO ROYALEi A^WUAL EVENT BENEFITS DUKE'S CARING HOUSE 

BET>€SDA NAVAL HOSPITM. 

SEE ALSO MILHARY HOSPITALS 
WIDOW OF SEN. EAST FILES $10 MILLION SUIT 

BET;€SDA RURITAN CLUB 

CHURCH DEDICATES ITS NEW SANCTUARY 
YARD SALE 
50-YEAR GROUP 

BETHESDA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 
FIRE DAMAGES HOUSE 
DONATION TOUR 
HIGH BIDS CHANGE FIRE STATION PitHS 

BETHLEftM 

BETREHEM AND BEDLAM 

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO BUSIfESSES, SMALL 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 1 3/05/1987 B 1 N 



H 1 3/04/1987 C 
H 2 3/25/1987 C 
H 1 12/10/1987 B 



S 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 



1 N S80 
1 N S80 
1 N 



2 2/02/1987 C 
2 2/03/1987 C 
2 2/03/1987 C 
2 5/27/1987 C 
2 7/25/1987 A 
2 7/28/1987 B 
2 9/12/1987 C 
2 11/16/1987 A 
2 12/14/1987 C 
2 12/15/1987 A 



2 4/18/1987 B 
2 5/24/1987 B 



N 

N A54 
N M06 
N A54 
N M06 
N M06 
N 

N M06 
N M06 
N M06 



4 P P 

5 P F A76 



S 2 5/26/1987 B 5 P F A76 



S 2 1/26/1987 C 1 N M06 
S 2 1/28/1987 A 17 N M06 
H 2 7/21/1987 B 1 U H45 



4/07/1987 A 

4/09/1987 C 

5/03/1987 D 

10/16/1987 C 

10/24/1987 B 

12/17/1987 B 



2 8/24/1987 A 
2 10/06/1987 B 



1 M N S92 
6 P P K30 
1 P F J40 
4 N J40 
1 P P T37 
1 N J40 



3 P P C45 
1 P U H45 



H 2 11/19/1987 C 9 N 



H 2 9/01/1987 A 
S 2 9/18/1987 B 
S 2 11/13/1987 A 



H 2 2/10/1987 C 
S 2 7/13/1987 C 
H 2 12/10/1987 B 



6 U H45 
2 P P R76 
2 P P W62 



3 P P T37 
1 P P F70 
6 N fSl 



H 2 12/23/1987 A 4 E 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12y^l/1937 



SUBJECTS 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -f G L P 



BYL 



M AL^ SlTY^BUSINESS ENTERPili PgOGRAM 
FSWiSloWAWII^I^f I^PRODABtY IS (IMRUE) 

PEOPLE POWER HABIT-FOWIING 

^ a™Tf0N^rcrTER HEALT>^ OF WJRHAM 

BEULAH MJENS ICMWiIAL AWARD 
err U <M AUARDS 

WATTS SmOOL GRADUATES 27 NURSES IN 90TH CLASS 

BEVERLY AND LARAMIE HITCHINGS AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 
SEE ALSO CHOREOGRAPfCRS 
SEE ALSO DANCE 

^LET^r.&F^'sS^;•'ScOU^CIL LEAIER URGES 

BEVERLY ENTERPRISES 

SngS SbY state for VIOLATIONS TO BE SOLD 

^^Bffi^HI^S^ffi 'effect OF SH0KIN6 BAN 

BIBLE 

SEE ALSO BIBLICAL INERRANCY 

^E AL^ RELIGION (SEE ALSO NWES OF CHURCHES) 

SEE ALSO SCH(MLS, N.C., RELIGION 
SOUP KITCHEN REGUJ^^ GETS UISH-A BIBLE 
BAPTISTS PLAN COWCNTARY FOR LITERALISTS ^_<^ .^ ^.^ 
>UISDOii LITERATURE' IN BIBLE IS SUB>£CT OF COURSE AT DUKE 
DUKE reOF: BIBLE TALES tttY NOT BE GENUINE^ ,^_ ^^^ 
BIBLICAL VIEWS OF LIFE AFTER DEATH DISCUSSED IN BOOK 
WEBSTER'S BIBLE WASN'T X-RATED 
DI*;E PROF BACKS BIBLICAL CHANGES ^^^^^.-^ 

[11^-^J^fKtI^ S^fKf^I^ 

'^r^rolSI^^M^^^ITE BOOK FOR BIBLE SERIES 

gJH ^SSSIeT^^E^E^'I^SeRSIAL and ABUSED' BOOK . 
riASS AT DIKE TO SHED LIGHT ON REVELATION 
DU^CLASSTO REVrFoEBATE ON PAUL'S VIEWS OF JEWISH LAW 
GE^EALOGISTS SEEK 'BIBLE WRITINGS' 

D^^^JJSfl&SR TO TEACH SERIES m PAUL 
UNIONS FOR GREED, POWER 
PICKING AND CHOOSING ^_„„ 
BIBLE SAYS fEN, WOMEN DIFFERENT 

S SAYS^OB^UNDER WAY ON BAKKER'S APPEAL FOR BIBLES 
PRISON OFFICI^ SAY MARI.AJANA FOUND IN HOLLOWED-OUT BIBLE 

I^ffiloKlNcf FROM SEED OF GRACE ONTO STAGE OF BUREAUCRACY 
THE PROPfCT ISAIAH... 

BIBLICW. ARCHEOLOGY 

^RChIolKSnE celebrates 50TH ANNIVERSARY; SALUTES FOUNDER 
DUKE MAGAZINE WINS l€RIT AWARD ,^ „,„,„,„ 
DUKE SUITES MEMORIAL FOR ISR^I ARCH^OLMIST 
DUKE prof: JESUS MAY HAVE BEEN COSMOPaiTAN 

BIBLICAL INERRANCY 
SEE ALSO BIBLE 



H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 

H 



1/26/1987 C 
4/30/1987 B 
5/14/1987 A 
6/30/1987 B 
12/15/1987 A 



N 

N K65 
N B85 
N L41 
E 



S 2 5/26/1987 A 3 N 



H 2 6/17/1987 C 1 N W64 



2 4/23/1987 C 6 
2 5/02/1987 C 1 



N J 

N mi 



S 2 5/07/1987 C 18 N 



2/05/1987 B 
2/14/1987 A 
4/16/1987 
4/18/1987 
4/19/1987 
5/02/1987 
5/16/1987 
5/19/1987 
5/24/1987 
6/01/1987 
6/10/1987 
7/09/1987 
7/15/1987 
7/25/1987 
7/25/1987 . 
8/07/1987 B 
8/17/1987 A 
9/20/1987 
9/24/1987 
9/25/1987 
9/29/1987 
11/06/1987 
11/21/1987 
12/19/1987 
12/23/1987 
12/25/1987 
12/25/1987 



1 N 
7 N 
10 N D80 
9 N 
4 N D8C 
4 T H 
9 N 

N 

N DM 

L 

N 

N 08C 

ND8C 

N 



3 
5 
4 
5 
7 
6 
6 

11 N 
4 N 



L 
L 
L 
L 
N 
1 P N 

4 E 

5 U « 
4 E 



H 2 3/24/1987 B 7 P N : 

S 2 10/17/1987 B 8 N 

H 2 12/10/1987 D 5 N 

S 2 12/24/1987 C 11 N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BAPTISTS PLAN COf*tENTARY FOR LITERALISTS 

APPOINTMENT OF W3MAN TO FAOITY AT SEMINARY DRAWS SOME OBJECTIONS 

TVEIR LIFETIME TUG-OF-WAR PITS GOD AGAINST SATAN 

BAPTISTS TO DEBATE DIVISI^ ISSIE OF BIBLICAL IfCFRANCY 

author: NEIT}€R side PROVES POINT AT BIBLE ERRANCY SEMIN<« 

BAPTISTS' BELIEF IN ADAM AND EVE REPORTED STRONG 

BAPTISTS FACING 'WATERSHED' SESSION 

BAPTIST HOi€ MISSION BOARD MAY NOT HIRE MODERATE (EMBERS 

professor: seminary rift will CONTINIE 

'T>E WAY OF ALL FLESH' 

Fl*«)AMENTALISTS AIM TO BOOST BELIEF IN BIBLE 

GREEK ROMANCE TALES 

HUWAH FOR IMERR(WISTS 

PROFESSORS BaiEVE BIBLE 

BIBLICW- RECORDER 

BAPTIST PAPER 'SCANDAL' 
'RECORDER' POLICY WRONG 

BICYCLE ACROBATICS 

PROS, AMATEURS SPIN WEELS ALONG DURHAM BIKE COURSE 
ACROBAT ON W^ERS 

BICYCLE ittes 

SEE ALSO BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C., BICYCLE ROUTCS 

SEE ALSO CYCLING 

DURHAM QUALIFIES FOR SEVEN OF 18 STATE BICYCLE PROJECTS 

SALES TAX ON BICYCLES STALLS IN C0^91ITTEE 

CARRBORO WOfEN INJURED WEN CAR HITS THEM ON PATH 

SURVEY A FIRST STEP IN WAFTING BICYCLE PLAN FOR DURHAM 

survey: ONE-THIRD BIKE TO WORKPLACE IN WfmH 

BIKING LAJE URGED AT BYPASS HEARING 

SHARE T« ROAD 

BICYCLE LAWS 

SEE ALSO BICYCLISTS, TRAFFIC LAWS 
BICYCLE RIKR CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING 
INSIDE 
BICYCLING SJftaJLD BE PLEASURE, NOT TRAGEDY 

BICYCLE RACES 

SEE ALSO VELODRCfE 
THINGS OFF TRACK FOR FESTIVAL BIKERS 
NCAS COmiHEE RENEGES ON PROMISE OF VaODROME 
fanfare: DIRHAM PEDDLERS 
fanfare: SIM)AY CYOJNG 

PROS, AMATEURS SPIN WHEaS ALONG DlW^AM BIKE COURSE 
fanfare: LOCAL CYaiSTS PLACE 
WITH VELODROfC OUT, CYCLISTS TAKE TO STREETS 
FESTIVAL ON FILM; ON THE GO 
GRIECO SETS CYaiNG MARK 
SPOKIN' LIKE A CHAMP 
FUGMAW BRAKES GRIECO 'S CYCLE RUN 
FESTIVAL NOTEBtMK: KRZYZEWSKI SPEaS VITALE IN TV BOOTH 

BICYCLE SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO TRAFFIC SAFETY 

CYCLISTS l€ARLY CAUSE ACCIDENT 

WHY THERE («E BRAKES 

CYCLISTS HAVE RiafT-OF-tlAY 

MOTORISTS HAVE RIWTS, TK) 

PATIENCE, COURTESY REQUIRED 

PROJECTS, CAUTION CAN MAKE CYCLING SAFER 

CYaiSTS' RIGHTH3F-WAY 

REFLECTING SAFETY 

report: BICYCLE SAFETY TIPS (CEDED 

survey: O^E-THIRD BIKE TO tCRKPLACE IN DWWAM 

TEACHING BICYCLE SAFETY NOT HIGH ON SCHOOL'S LIST 



N 
P 

H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2/14/1987 A 

3/12/1987 A 

4/30/1987 A 

5/04/1987 C 

5/05/1987 C 

6/13/1987 B 

6/14/1987 C 

7/16/1987 B 

10/15/1987 B 

10/21/1987 A 

11/02/1987 C 

11/06/1987 A 

12/14/1987 A 

12/28/1987 A 



7 
17 
2 
5 
3 
4 
4 
7 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



H 2 4/24/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 9/21/1987 A 4 L 



4/20/1987 A 1 P N S80 
4/20/1987 B 1 P P R76 



H 


2 


4/14/1987 C 


5 


N S80 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 B 


5 


N 080 


H 


2 


7/13/1987 B 


7 


N P38 


S 


2 10/22/1987 A 


1 


N M06 


H 


3 12/01/1987 C 


1 


N B81 


S 


2 12/12/1987 C 


1 P P T37 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 


9/26/1987 B 


1 


U T30 


S 


2 10/24/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/18/1987 B 


7 


N 


S 


2 


1/23/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


4/05/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/20/1987 A 


1 P N S80 


H 


2 


6/15/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 G 


26 


F Y55 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 C 


4 P P K30 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/1987 A 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


7/21/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 D 


3 


N C52 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


3/18/1987 A 






H 


2 


3/20/1987 A 






H 


2 


3/26/1987 A 






H 


2 


4/01/1987 A 






S 


2 


4/18/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


4/20/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 A 


20 P P S76 


S 


2 10/21/1987 A 




N M06 


S 


2 


10/22/1987 A 




N M06 


s 


2 U/02/1987 C 




N MIO 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



DEPUTIES PLAN 'RODEO' TO TEACH BIKE SAFETY 
BIKE SCfUy BELONGS IN LAW OFFICERS' WWDS 
PaiCE, CITY TO PUSH BIKE SAFETY 
SW>RE TVE ROAD 

BICYCLE TAX 

SfiSS TAX PROPOSED FOR BICYCLE PROJECTS 

BICYCLE TRIPS 

SEE (LSO BICYCLES 

SEE ALSO BIKE-AID 

SEE ALSO CYCUNG 
BIKE-A-THON WILL BE f€LD MAY 30 „„_^ „,....^ TT,Tr, 

Dt5»W1 CYCLIST FIf£-TU£S BIKE FOR 2,00(H«LE, RM-RAISING TKIP 
SBI DIRECTOR, APFtALS COJkJ M.i£ FQ/^ING TO FLORIDA 

BICYaES 

SEE d-SD ACCIDENTS, BICYCLES 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE \Ji€S 
SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 
SEE ALSO CYCLING 
SEE /^SO TRICYCLES 

STIWT RIDER 

PEDAL POWER 

LONELY RII£ 

PARKING POSTS 

CYCLISTS NEARLY CAUSE ACCUCNT 

FLYD« KACHIf€ 

LEARNING HARDER THAN FORGEHING 

CYCUSTS m'Jt. RICtT-CF-wAY 

MOTORISTS HA(^ RltKTS, TOO 

PATIENCE, COtl<TISY REOJIRED 

ON T>C ROAD 

SPilS TAX PROPOSED FOR BICYCLE PRa£CTS 

SALES TAX ON 6ICYC1 ES STALLS IN COftllTTEE 

BRIGHTER DAY 

A HOBILE PEKCH 

HAN ON BIKE IS CHARGED WITH mS¥EH DPTUING ^^^^ ,,^^, ^^ 

SEVEN-YEAR-OJ) JODIE TYf«IN GAVE f€R BICYCLE A (tJCH f£EDED M&i XB 

GEHING A U^£EL 

BICYCLE SURVEY 

SW?^ A FIRST STEP IN MVTriNG BICYCL£ PLAN FOR lURHAH 

SPf#£ SPOKES 

Fl^ RIDE 

BICYOES FOR TWO 

SEAT SCRAPER 

FLYING HIa^ ^ 

report: BICYCLE SAFETY TIPS fCEDED 

A STEP ABOVE 

survey; »«-THIRD bike to WORKPUtCE IN DURHAM 

BICYCLING SHOULD BE PLEASURE, NOT TRAKDY 

TEACHING BICYCLE S<«^TY NOT HIGH ON SCHOCL'S LIST 

T}£ Hf^J. RIDER 

SCOOTING ALONG 

BICYCLISTS, TRAFFIC LAWS 

SEE d-Sa BICYCLE LAWS 

SEE ALSO CYaiNG 

SEE ALSO TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS 
report: BICYCLE SAFETY TIPS »€EI£D „ ,^ 
TEACHING BICYCLE SAFETY NOT HIGH ON SCHOX'S LIST 

BID-fiIH3ING 

SEE PRICE FIXING 

BIEfV^ i RO«LL CO. 

SCHOOL BOARD OKS BOILER BID 

BIG BEAUTIFUL UCmN (FASHIONS FOR LARGE UW€N) 
SEE ALSO «AGAZIf€S 



PAGE 174 
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S IT i 

E L Y \ 

-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 12/07/1987 C 1 N B53 

S 2 12/09/1987 A 4 E 

S 2 12/12/1987 C 1 N B53 

S 2 12/12/1987 C 1 P P T37 



H 2 4/04/1987 A 12 N 



1 5/22/1987 B 1 N 

2 6/13/1987 C 1 P N H30 
2 6/27/1987 D 6 N 



1/12/1987 B 
1/21/1987 C 
2/03/1987 
3/05/1987 
3/13/1987 
3/14/1987 
3/15/1987 
3/20/1987 
3/26/1987 
4/01/1987 
4/01/1987 
4/04/1987 
4/17/1987 
4/25/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/17/1987 
6/11/1987 
6/20/1987 
7/12/1987 
7/13/1987 B 
3/14/1987 B 
a/15/l'?fl7 A 
9/22/1987 
10/07/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/21/1987 
10/22/1987 
10/22/1987 
10/24/1987 
11/02/1987 
12/21/1987 B 
12/26/1987 C 



1 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
1 
4 
4 
4 
1 

12 

12 

5 

19 
3 
6 
1 
8 
7 
5 
5 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 



P 

P 

P 

P 

L 

P 

P 

L 

L 

L 

P 

N 

N 

P 

P 

N 

P 

P 

A 

N P38 

P R76 

P L38 

P L38 

P L38 

P 

N W>6 

P L38 

N H06 

E 

N MIO 

P 045 

P K30 



L3a 

RO 
F70 
T37 



K30 



L38 



L38 



K30 
T37 



2 10/21/1987 A 1 
2 11/02/1987 C 1 



N HOi 
N 1119 



H 2 8/11/1987 C 1 N 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO OBESITY 
LARGE FASHIONS WITH FLAIR 
SIZE 14 AND LOVING IT; 'REAL' 



MODEL FLIRTING WITH FAfC 



BIG BROTHERS, DIRHAM 

SEE fiLSO BIG SIBLINGS PROGRAM 
JMS 'BIG BROTf€R' MAKES A DIFFERENCE 
ADULTS SERVE AS POSITIVE Ra£ MODELS 

BIG BROTHERS OF AFRICA 

LITTLE BROTICR, BIG SANTA 

THE BIG EASY (FILM) 

ACCENT'S ON AUFULNESS IN BAD 'BIG EASY' 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



PAGE 175 
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S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



2 7/26/1987 E 1 P F H45 
2 9/02/1987 A 6 P F H45 



H 2 1/31/1987 B 1 P N 
S 2 8/14/1987 B 1 P F 



H 2 12/04/1987 B 3 P P L38 

H 2 9/25/1987 D 7 P R S6A 

S 2 11/25/1987 D 2 U F25 

S 2 11/25/1987 D 2 U F25 



5/06/1987 A 
5/13/1987 D 
5/14/1987 B 
5/17/1987 D 
5/20/1987 A 
5/22/1987 A 
5/22/1987 C 
9/18/1987 C 



BIG FOUR BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO BASKETBAa 
A MODEST PROPOSAL 

BIG FOUR BASKETBAa TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO BASKETBALL 
SEE ALSO DIXIE CLASSIC 
A MODEST PROPOSAL 

BIG FOU? FOOTBALL 

SEE ALSO ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE, FOOTBALL 
SEE ALSO FOOTBALL 

FOOTBALL BILL BAD IDEA 

EAST CAROLINA VS. BIG 4 BEC01€S POLITICAL FOOTBALL 

'THE BILL' HAS ECU'S FANS BUZZING 

FOOTBALL BILL DESERVES BOOT 

LEGISLATIVE GAME PLAN: MAKE UNC...PLAY BAa UITH ECU (CARTOON) 

ECU VS. BIG 4 FOOTB^^ Bia GETS THE HfflT 

OUTRAGEOUS BILL GETS AHENTION FOR ECU FOOTBALL 

LEGISLATOR STILL WANTS BIG 4 TO PLAY ECU 

BIG FOIR TEIWIS TOURNAMENT 
SEE ALSO TENNIS 
FANFARE/BIG FClfl* TEWIS 
FA^f ARE/TiIG FCUR TE^WIS 
FANFARE/DUKE DOMINATES 
FANFARE/ET CETERA 
FAWARE/ET CETERA 

BIG SIBLINGS PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO BIG BROTTffFS, DIMMM 
SEE (LSD UURim COWTY DEPT, OF SOCIAL ^RVICES 
ADULTS SERVE AS POSITIVE ROLE MODELS 

BIG STAR FOOD STIKES (GEJCRW. HEADING) 
SUPERMARKET OPENS 

THE BIG ZUCCHINI WASHBOARD BANDITS 
SOLO 'BANDIT' 
THANKS TO THESE PEOPLE FOR fCLPING Tf£ ENO 

BIGOTRY 

SERIES ON BIGOTRY CONTINUES AT HJKE 

BIKE-AID 

SEE ALSO BICYCLE TRIPS 

^1^ ?^T?$^P^i!^ i^.'^^^^K'^ ™® "^^ISING PRO^CTS i SPONSORING GROIPS) 

SKTnWIIc^l'f "5X55 ^^^ ™ 2,000-MILE, FUND-RAISING TRIP S 2 6/13/1987 C 

BIKE-AID RIItRS HJE TODAY u 2 8/06/1997 B 

BIKE-AID RESChEDULES RIDERS' PRESS fEETING H 2 8/07/1987 B 

BIKE-^ID '87 CYCLISTS TAKE BREAK IN DURHAM ON TRIP TWOUGH SOUTH H 2 8/08/1987 A 

BIKE RIDES 
SEE CYCLING 



9/18/1987 B 
9/19/1987 D 
9/21/1987 B 
9/25/1987 B 
9/28/1987 D 



4 
1 
1 
4 
4 
1 

16 
16 



E 
N 

U B15 
E 

T R56 
N L40 
J R53 
J R53 



S 2 8/14/1987 B 
H 2 7/24/1987 A 



2 6/18/1987 D 
2 6/30/1987 D 



1 P F 
17 N 



8 P P 
3 P F 



H 2 11/07/1987 A 8 N 



1 P N H30 
6 N 
5 N 
12 P N B38 



BILINGUAL EDUCATION 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 17' 

1/21/8 



SEE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAffi 
SEE FOREIGN LANGUAGES 
SEE SCHOOLS, N.C., LANajAlX INSTK^UCTION 
SEE SCHOOLS, U.S., CURRICaUi 

BILL CQLLECTKX AGENCIES 
SEE COLLECTIffl^ AGENCIES 

BILL OF RIGHTS 

SEE. (LSO FIRST (!«M»ENT 

SEE ALSO FREEKW OF SPEECH 

SEE ALSO FTSnm OF T}€ FI^SS 

SEE ALSO U.S. CONSTITUTION 

SEE (LSO U.S. CONSTITUTIW, A)€NItt€NTS 

200 YEARS AGO, CONSTITUTION SCO^fSH 

GROW^ UIU RE-OJACT 17^ R£JECTIt»J CF CONSTITUTIW 

LEGISLATORS TAKING TRIP TO CHARLOTTE 

N.C. WANTED BILL OF RIGHTS INaUIO _ ^^^ 

CWSTITUTICW, WENIffifTS UILL BE PRINTED TO AID READERS 

FIRST 10 WCHDMENTS DEFIfO CITIZENS' RIGHTS 

TEEN POLL 

BILLB&WDS 

SEE ALSO ADVERTISING 

SEE ALSO HIG^«AY SIGNS 

SEE ALSO NAEKLE (XmMOR ADVERTISING CO. 

SEE ALS) SIGNS _ 

BILLKWD RESTRICTIONS GROUING IN STATE 

SIGN FOREST SHOLLD E£ CUT 

riKH^ F0RL91 EYES ELECTIONS 

BILLBOARD RU-IMj MAY AFFECT ttKWW, OT>€R CITIES 

CIHES, CCWTIES WlIL RU.ING ON BILLBOARDS 

TRIANS^ J UANTS TO KEEP 1-40 'NAT^VlL' 

CITY'S BILLBOARD BAN UPfCLD 

PTL BILLBOARDS TO SW5U 'FORGIVEfCSS' 

FEDERAL JUKX. L5:«5LDS IlflWAM BILLBOARD BAW 

ilU.'SOmi CREMiAN Fi:tlS TO HIS l£ATH 

PAYMENT URGED FOR BAWED SIGNS 

BAKKERS' BILLBOAPHS CCWERED \^ _ 

BILL WOLD REQUIRE DURWrfl TO PAY OUfERS OF BILLBa«DS 

HOJSE SLOWS BIU ON PAY FCS? BILLBOARDS 

CITY OFFICIALS (PPOSE BILLBO(«D PROPOSAL 

HILLER'S BILLBOARD BILL A PRCFOSAL FOR FAIRfCSS 

COMIL UANTS TO PUT BRAKES OH REP. HILLER'S BILLBOARD BILl 

MILLER'S BILLS IRK CCWCILfCN 

A«>(DED BILLBOARD MEASURE PASSES FIRST TEST IN HOUSE 

TAXPAYERS SHOOHN'T PAY TO REMOTE SIGNS 

STATE BILLBOARD LAW WON'T STICK IN SC« AREAS „ 

MJ., I GUESS « SHO^D THOSE BILLBOARD PEOPLE... (CARTOON) 

LOBBYIST SAYS IXNERAL ASSEMBLY !€IlDLI^«; WITH LOCAL GOVEW*ENTS 

LODy. GOVEfWlENTS GRUMBLE OVER INTRUSIONS BY STATE 

MILLER SAYS COURT'S RULING SUPPORTS HIS BILLBOARD BILL 

LCT PUBLIC PAY FCR BENEFITS 

LARGER THAN LIFE 

BILLBOARD BILL MAY ml REACH P»E. 

BILLBOARD BILL PUT ON HOLD 

N.C. SENATE BLITZES BILL ON BILLBQ^S 

LOCAL BILLBOARH LAUS FAIR TO Aa OMERtED 

MEANING OF HIGH COURT RU.ING MISINTERPRETED IN T>£ SUN 

MILLER LEAVES MARK (S< 1987 LEGISj^TURE 

BILLBOARD APPEi!^ 

OUTDOOR ARTIST ^ ^,^, 

WMAN RELATIOffi CROP SEBS FWDS FOR CELEBRATICW 

MOTORISTS f£AR LEXINGTON MISS SEEING 'T* BIG MAN' 

BiaiARDS 

SEE ALSO G^^S 
THIEVtS CUT mtOiXH CEILING, GET CASH 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -fG L P BYL 



H 
S 
S 
S 

H 
S 
S 

s 

H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 



H 


2 


1/12/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


3 


2/13/1987 B 


1 P N MIO 


H 


2 


4/11/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


5/06/1987 A 


5 N 


S 


2 


5/06/1987 A 


5 N 


S 


2 


5/20/1987 A 


6 F 


H 


2 


9/19/1987 B 


1 C F 



1/12/1987 B 
1/21/1987 A 
1/29/1987 
2/24/1987 
2/25/1987 
3/26/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/04/1987 
4/09/1987 
5/02/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/08/1987 B 
5/09/1987 A 
5/09/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/13/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/17/1987 
5/26/1987 B 
5/29/1987 A 
6/10/1987 
6/16/1987 
7/08/1987 
7/08/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/25/1987 
7/25/1987 
8/21/1987 
9/03/1987 B 
9/27/1987 C 
12/17/1987 C 
12/29/1987 C 



7 N 
4 E 
1 P N 



2 

2 
1 
1 
1 

16 
2 
9 
2 



1 P N 
13 N 



4 T T 
14 J 
14 J 
12 P N 

4 E 

1 P P 
8 N 

14 P N 
6 N 
4 E 
4 L 
4 E 

2 P P 
1 P P 
1 N 

10 N 



S92 



U82 
U82 



R53 ' 

L40 

L40 
H70 

N36 
H70 
046 

046 
R56 



R76 



S 2 7/25/1987 C 1 N 



BILLINGS i G(«REn INC. 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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RESIKNTS SAY SEWER PRO>£CT HURT HOMES 

BILLY GRAHAM EV(iW3ELISTIC ASSOCIATION 

BIUY GRAHAM CENTER PLANS ARE APPROVO 

BILLY'S MINI MART (NC 36) 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT STORE 

BILOXI BLIES (PLAY) 

SIMON'S ATTEST TO mJ£ DOESN'T MIX UITH COftDY OF 'BILOXI BLUES' 
'BILOXI BLl£S': TAKING IT EASY AS COMIC GENIUS 

BILTMORE CO. 

ISSTORATION SPAWNED INTERNATIONAL COMPANY 
N.C. FIRM RESTCKES $110,000 FLOO? IN BUILDING 

BILTMORE ESTATE UII«ERY 
SEE ALSO WINERIES, N.C. 
BILTMORE UI^E SALES INCREASE 

BILTMORE HOTa (Wm POINT) 

NEW HIGH POINT COMPLEX TO BE BUILT ON HISTC«Y 

BILTMORE HOUSE 

RESTORATION SPAWNED INTERNATIONAL COWANY 

N.C. FIRM RESTORES $110,000 FLOOR IN BUILDING 

CAROWINDS, CHIMNEY ROCK TO REOPEN SATURDAY 

aORAL DESIGtCR KEEPS THE BILTM£»E HOUSE ABLOOM 

MOUNTAIN FLORA ABOUT TO BLOOM 

AN (FF-THE-WALL TASK; RARE TAPESTRIES... REPAIRED AT BILTMORE HOUSE 

ASHEVILLE; HANICRAFTS, BILTMORE MEAN LIFE AFTER LEAF SEASON 

HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS ABOUND 

BILTMORE house: 'WHITE ELEPHANT' NOW TURNING A PROFIT 

BIHBE FESnVAL (DURHAM AFRICAN FESTIVAL) 
Sl*fMERTIt£ ^EANS FESTIVALS ARE ^£RE 
BIMBE FESTIVAL BEGINS SATURDAY WITH FREE JAZZ CONCERT 
JAZZ BEGINS BIGKST BIMBE 
DAVIS dances: for PEACE LOVE AND RESPECT 
'CONTRACT' HAS TRIANON DEBUT AT NCCU 
articles: ARTISTS NEEDED FOR BIMBE, AUDITIONS SCHEDULED 
PfflCRFUL PEfyORMiWCE OF 'Z0Oi¥lN' MARKS ENSEMBLE'S DEBUT 
FREE BIMBE FESTIVAL SET FOR SUNDAY 
ICm BIMBE ENDS SUNDAY 
BIMBE CULTURAL ARTS FESTIVAL 1987 
IN TUNE 

BING CROSBY GOLF TOURNA>€NT 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
fanfare: CROSBY CHARITY PICKED 
PAYTON-SCHENCK WIN CROSBY 

BINGrtW TOWNSHIP (WEST OF CARRBORO, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO CARRBORO, N.C. 
BINGHAM TOWNSHIP LAND USE TO BE DISCUSSED 

BINGO 

SEE ALSO BEACH BINGO 
SEE ALSO GAMH.ING 
SEE ALSO GAMES 

DISPUTES ARE CLOSING HIGH-STAKES BINGO 

INDIAN BINGO GAME BACK IN BUSINESS 

BINGO BACK IN BUSI^ESS IN CHEROKEE 

BINGO LICENSING BECOMES HOT POTATO 

HOUSE GIVES NOD TO GUIDELINES FOR CRII€ VICTIM COMPENSATION 

PANEL SUWRTS EASIER STATE TAX FORM 

JORDAN SAYS BILL TO QUIT CO^PACT IS IN TROUBLE 

BINGO BILL ADVANCES 

BINGO COWWJMISE LOOKING lM.IKaY, PANEL'S ^£AD SAYS 

SENATE COMMITTEE APPROVES CITIES-HIGHWAYS BILL 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

S 2 11/10/1987 A 1 N M06 
H 2 12/01/1987 C 12 N 
H 2 12/12/1987 C 2 N 080 



S 2 4/13/1987 B 5 R W63 
H 2 4/17/1987 D 5 R L59 



H 2 1/22/1987 CAN 
S 2 1/28/1987 A 15 N 



S 2 4/02/1987 A 14 N 



H 2 10/01/1987 D 9 N 



H 


2 1/22/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


2 1/28/1987 A 


15 N 


H 


2 3/08/1987 D 


10 P N 


H 


2 3/27/1987 B 


2 P F H45 


H 


2 4/12/1987 D 


1 P F 


H 


2 9/23/1987 B 


1 P N 


H 


2 11/20/1987 D 


9 P F C19 


S 


2 12/03/1987 D 


2 P I F70 


H 


2 12/27/1987 A 


14 N 


S 


2 5/21/1987 D 


2 P I 


S 


2 6/04/1987 D 


4 N 


H 


2 6/05/1987 D 


4 I U66 


S 


2 7/09/1987 D 


1 P F G59 


S 


2 7/09/1987 D 


11 P N 


S 


2 7/23/1987 D 


12 N G59 


S 


2 7/24/1987 B 


12 R R69 


S 


2 7/30/1987 D 


5 P I 


H 


2 7/31/1987 D 


2 I 


S 


2 7/31/1987 A 


13 I 


S 


2 8/03/1987 C 


1 P P L38 



H 2 3/06/1987 C 4 N 
S 2 5/25/1987 D 6 N 



H 2 9/09/1987 B 10 N 



s 


2 


2/04/1987 C 


8 


N 


s 


2 


2/05/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


2 


2/27/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


7/14/1987 D 


5 P N 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 A 


24 


N 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


15 


N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



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12y^l/1987 



SUBJECTS 



Bia IS ENACTED TO RAISE PRICE (F LIQUOR IN N.C. 
TUO VA. MEN PLEAD GUILTY TO FRAUD IN BINO) CASE 
B-I-N-GH3 Sf-ELLS RIN F(K SENIK? CITIZENS 

BINKLEY RifTIST CHJRCH (CHAPa HILL, N.C.) 
PASTOR ^£ADS DRIVE TO FIND SfCLTER SITE 
BIG YARD SALES TO AID YMCA, CHiRCH MISSIONS 
FRIDAY GUIDE; WHERE TO GO, UHAT TO SEE 

p T rw-HJpW T CTp Y 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CENTER FOR BIOCHEMICAL ENGI^€ERI^«3 
SEMIfWR TO IttRK OPENING OF DIKE BIOD€MICAL LABS 

BIOFEEDBACK 

BIOFEEDBACK HELPS EASE MIGRAINES IN CHILDREN 

BIOFEEDBACK MAY HELP CHILD FIND RaiEF FRWi MIGRAIfC ^£ADAa£S 

BIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO CELL BIOLOGY 

SEE ALSO MARINE BICL06Y 
31 BIOLOGY TEACHERS STUDY BIOTECWOLOGY AT NCSSM 
DU<E HOPING MATH, COiPUTERS DW SaVE BIOLOGICAL PUZZLES 

BIWCCWtNICS ^_ ^^^^^^ 

TECHNOLOGY fCLPING ATM.ETES M'ROVE 



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S IT ,1 

ELY 
-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 8/14/1987 C 4 N 
2 9/09/1987 A 16 N 
2 9/15/1987 D 6 P N A76 



2/11/1987 A 

8/27/1987 B 

11/20/1987 D 



6 

2 

15 



N B81 
N 080 
I 



H 2 10/01/1987 B 8 N D80 



S 2 7/22/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 8/08/1987 B 4 N D80 



7/22/1987 B 
7/24/1987 C 



3 P N C60 
13 N D80 



H 2 7/13/1987 B 1 N C60 



^^°^^ALSO^^iv? ENCIfCERING RESEARCH CENTER FOR EMERGING CARDIOVASOIAR TECH 

SEE ALSO (XNETIC ENGIfCERINQ „ ,^ 

GB€. CLONED FO^ eCY)€ CAPABLE OF BREAKING OWN CELLULOSE H 

NEU UKE RESEARCH CENTER IN T>€ WORKS S 

DUKE IN LI»€ FOR GRANTS OF $14 MILLION H 

N.C. IS DEVELOPING RESEARCH IfFK'ASTRUCTURE S 

VOICE-ACTIVATED COMFVTERS AID GHJADRIPLEGICS S 

MCFATORIl* POSED ON GD€ PATENTS H 

DUKE GETS BlOfOICi!^ RESEARCH AQ^EEhENT H 



3/03/1987 C 
3/25/1987 A 
3/27/1987 C 
3/30/1987 A 
7/01/1987 A 
8/06/1987 C 
10/02/1987 C 



5 
1 
9 
12 
1 

14 
14 



N U80 
N 
N 

N 080 
N B8S 
N 
N D80 



STATE LAW AaOB FIXIT SHOP (M€RS TO CLEAR St£LVES 



H 2 7/30/1987 D 5 P U L41 



BIOTEOWLOGY 

M. AlI a^ES^ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER FOR EMER^GING CARDIOVAgiJUW TECH. 

SEE ALSO (XNETIC RESEARCH 

SEE W.SO N.C. BIOTECHNOLKY CENTER 

SEE ALSO N.C. STATE UNIV. BI0TECHN0LK3Y F'ROGRAM 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 

INTOIM CHIEF AT BIOTECHWLOGY CENTER mjRTURES 'SEEDLINGS* 

BIOTECWCLOGY CLASS OFFERED IN SCHKLS 

RESEARCH GROU' SEEKING MORE BIOTECHNOLOGY RMS 

BIOTECHNOLOGY SESSION SET FOR TEAOCRS 

K^ALlSrilg^EV^'ASf^^ mmm AT FILLING BIOTEOmOGY JOBS H 

DON'T STRANGLE SCIENTISTS H 

TOBACCO 'STAR'S' IN BIOTECW«LOGY VIDEO H 

RJR BIOTECWOLOGY PLAN MAY IMPROVE VEGETABLES H 

MARTIN CALLS FOR ALLIANCE ON SMARTER COMPUTER'S H 

BIOTECHNOLOGY JOINING BIOLOGY CUR'RICULUM S 

TRIANGLE BIOTECHNaOGY FIRM FOUNDED H 



H 

S 
S 
H 
S 



2/15/1987 C 

5/26/1987 B 

6/17/1987 C 

7/16/1987 B 

8/06/1987 A 

8/08/1987 C 

8/21/1987 A 

9/10/1987 C 

9/24/1987 B 

10/04/1987 C 

11/02/1987 C 

12/19/1987 C 



1 

1 

2 

11 



4 
10 
5 
1 
1 

9 



N M97 

N 

N 

N R80 

N 

N 

E 

N M97 

N 

N 

H B85 

N 



BIRD FEEDERS 

THEIR BACK YARD NOU A REGISTERED WILDLIFE HABITAT 

BIRM5USES 

BE IT EVER SO HUMBLE 

BIRDS 

SEE ALSO BLUEBIRDS 
SEE ALSO OSPREYS 
SEE d-SD PAR«<EETS 



H 2 2/26/1987 B 2 P P A80 



H 2 6/30/1987 C 1 P P L38 



-0630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SEE M.SO RARE BIRDS 
SEE ALSO STARLINGS 

STUFFED BIRDS? 

BIRDS OF A FEATHER 

INJURED UILDLIFE NURSED TO h€ALTH 

BIRDS IN THE HAND TO FEATHER HIS NEST 

DOffiSTIC CATS SAID DESTROYING TERN, PLOVER tCSTS 

KILLERS CF BLUEBIRDS COULD LOSE THEIR PROTECTED STATUS 

BIRDS GET CRACKING AT THE N.C. ZOOLOGICAL PWa< 

N.C, ZOO REPORTS RARE HATCHINGS 

'AERIAL' PHOTO 

SCOURGE OF SHOOTING CREEK STEALS EVERYTHING HE CAN FLY WITH 

AGAINST THE WIND 

NOT FOR THE BIRDS 

BIRDWATOffiRS 

SEE ALSO 1€U HOPE AUDUBON SOCIETY 
DIALING FOR BIRDS; HIGH POINT MAN OFFERS HOTLINE TIPS TO BIRDERS 
HOTLIIC PROVires LATEST SIGHTINGS OF RARE BIRDS 

BIRTH OKTWDL 

SEE ALSO ABORTION 

SEE ALSO BIRTHS, ILLEGITIMATE 

SEE ALSO CAPRONOR (CONTRACEPTIVE) 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 

SEE ALSO CONDOMS 

SEE ALSO CONTRACEPTIVE SPONGES 

SEE ALSO DALKON SHIELD 

SEE |i«.SO ESTROGEN 

SEE ALSO FAMILY PLACING 

SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSO NORPLANT (CONTRACEPTIVE) 

SEE PLSO OBSTETRICS AND GYNEC0L(K3Y 

SEE ALSO PLAi*0 PARENTHOOD 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

WHAT WE think: CHAPEL HILL HIGH SCHOOL 

i€DICAL JOURNf^'S EDITORIAL ON BIRTH CONTROL CRITICIZED 

YOUTHS URGED TO DISCUSS BIRTH CONTROL 

I(M)RING T[€ LAW 

ISSUE OF SCHOOL CLINICS UPSCTS GOP <l(M. FEST' 

PLANi€D PARENTHOOD PETITIONS REAGAN POLICY 

TAR HEa, DUWY TEACHING STUDENTS ABOUT ^£ALTH 

RTI C0NTIN1£S WORK ON BIRTH-CONTROL IMPLANT 

CONTRACEPTIVE COMMERCIALS TOO CONTROVERSIAL FOR TV 

BIRTH CONTROL PILLS 

MOUNT AIRY MAN PUTS TOfWTOES ON THE PILL 

study: many women 0V€RESTIMATE the dangers OF BIRTH CONTROL PILLS 

BIRTH DEFECTS 

SEE ALSO CHORION VILLUS SAMPLING 

SEE ALSO lȣTIC COUNSELING 

SEE ALSO MARCH OF DIMES 

SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 

SEE ALSO REPRODUCTION 

SEE ALSO THALIDOMIDE 
DOCTOR AND NURSE CLEARED IN LAWSUIT 
UNC RESEAR'CHERS BREAKING GROUND ON CHR0M0SO^E RESEARCH 
NEW PROCEDURE USED AT UNC CAN DETECT BIRTH lEFECTS EAM-IER 
UNC KGINS hEW FETAL DIAGNOSIS METHOD 
MOM OF QUADRIPLEGIC BOY FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST W3SPITAL 
ADOPTED INFANT'S PAIN, DEATH LEAD FAMILY TO SPECIAL TRIBUTE 
HARD DECISIONS FACE PARENTS WHEN FETUS FOUND ABNORMAL 
PARENTS FILE CHILDBIRTH LAWSUIT 

SCIENTISTS EXAMINING EFFECTS OF CHEMICALS ON REPRODUCTI(M< 
TOXICOLOGY CTOFERENCE CONaUDES 
CHILD IN HOSPITAL SINCE BIRTH HAS BIRTHDAY PARTIES GALORE 

BIRTH RATE 

SEE ALSO DEATH RATE 



U B JE C T S 


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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C 


-PG L P BYL 


S 


2 1/08/1987 C 


1 P P 13/ 


H 


2 1/21/1987 B 


2 P P L38 


S 


2 2/19/1987 A 


6 N G59 


S 


2 3/24/1987 B 


1 P N G59 


H 


2 7/02/1987 A 


16 N 


H 


2 7/24/1987 A 


20 N 


S 


2 8/06/1987 D 


12 N 


S 


2 9/18/1987 A 


7 N 


S 


2 10/16/1987 C 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


19 N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 B 


11 P P T37 


H 


2 11/24/1987 C 


1 P P T37 



H 2 8/18/1987 B 1 N 
S 2 10/21/1987 B 3 N 



H 


2 


1/24/1987 B 


2 P F 


H 


2 


1/27/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


1/28/1987 C 


5 N 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


4/13/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


7/20/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


2 


11/03/1987 C 


1 N W82 


S 


2 


12/23/1987 C 


10 U 



H 2 7/06/1987 B 6 N 
S 2 7/10/1987 C 1 N 



H 


2 1/09/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


1 1/13/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


2 1/28/1987 A 


8 


N l^ 


S 


2 1/31/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 5/31/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 7/08/1987 C 


12 


N 


H 


2 9/09/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


1 9/11/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 10/01/1987 B 


8 


N M97 


H 


2 10/02/1987 B 


8 


N R80 


H 


2 10/19/1987 C 


3 


N 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO FERTILITY 

SEE ALSO POPULATION, N.C. 

SEE ALSO POPLJ-ATION, U.S. __ „„ „„„™ 

SEE ALSO UHl^. OF N.C.-CfW^ HILL CAROaNA POPULATION CENTER 

BONUS FOR BABIES 

AUTXK'S AIWICE TIffiLY 

BIRTHDAYS 

50 IS NIFTY, BUT... 

BIRT>« 

SEE ALSO CHILDBIRT>< 
SEE (LSO IffANTS 
SEE (^.30 TEST TUBE BABY 
SEE ALSO TWINS 

1ST BABY OF '87 'DADDY'S BOY' 

rt^PY f«U YE/«, h(«SHALL! 

BABY DOESN'T UAIT 

^£AVY BABY TOPS HOSPITAL RECORD 

BIRT}^S, ILLEGITIMATI 
SEE ALSO ABORTION 
^E ALSO BIRTK CONTROL 
SEE ALSO CHILDBIRTH 
SEE ALSO PATERNin SUITS 
SEE ALSO PLAWdi PARENTHOOD 
SEE ALSO PREGNANCY 
SEE ^30 SINai HOTVCRS 

SEE ALSO UNWED FATHERS „ 

N.C. Ih«RITANCE LA« CHALl£N(£ IS LS«UCC£SSFIA. 

BIRTHS, RARITIES 

SEE CHILDBIRTH, RARITIES 

BISCUIT TIf£ (HOLLOIAY STREET) 
CASH REGISTER, i«NEY STOLEN 

BISCUITVILLE (U. CLUB BLVD.) ^^^.^ 

TRAFFIC FIAN APPROt.'ED FOR AREA AT M0RTH6ATE 

BISH ENTESfRISES 

CHATHM1 TO TRY RECYCLING FROECT 

BITING 

WHOSE BEST FRIEND? _^ „„^^ ^ ^^ 

GFEENSBORO MAN ACCUSED CF BITING OFFICER ENTERS PLEA 

BLACK Mfl) VEATCH 

SEUA(£ PUW EXPANSION MIGHT QUALIFY FOR »7 MILLION 
GROUP ASKS HALT TO TREYBURN PLANT 
FLAT RIVER CXJT OF ZONING BAN 

BLACK ATHLETES 

SEE ALSO BASEEAa, BLACK MANAGERS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, COAOCS 
SEE ALSO fCGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL 
SEE ALSO SF^CRTS (GOCRAL HEADING) 

BLACK HISTCRY ^CW^: JIM THCFfE 

AU.-Af€RICAN JACKIE R-CBINSON 

OVERFEACTING TO BLIMJER 

l«Y Wti'J BLACKS BUY T>£IR OUN TEAM? 

BU^ DWCR'SHIP UWEALISTIC 

EIiITDRI/^ WAS PATRONIZING 

NO EASY ANSWER F[» LACK OF H-AaS IN TW POSITIONS 

BLACK BUa (NIGHT CLUB) 

SIX CHAR(£D IN RAID ON NIGHTSPOT 

BLACK CHURCHES ^ 

SEE ALSO AFRICAN fCTHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 



-DATE- 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 1/23/1987 A 4 E 
S 2 7/11/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 9/30/1987 C 1 P P M66 



S 2 1/01/1987 A 1 P N S92 

H 2 1/02/1987 B 1 P P F70 

H 3 1/19/1987 B 1 N 080 

S 2 6/18/1987 A 1 P N T85 



H 2 10/06/1987 B 3 N 

S 2 6/24/1987 C 1 N 

H 2 4/14/1987 C 1 N 

H 3 10/06/1987 C 1 N K65 



H 2 7/15/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 11/05/1987 C 8 N 



H 2 1/13/1987 B 1 N M97 
S 2 1/13/1987 C 1 N K70 
S 2 9/15/1987 C 1 N M06 



2/15/1987 
4/11/1987 
4/14/1987 
4/21/1987 
4/27/1987 
4/27/1987 
11/08/1987 



H 1 3/24/1987 B 1 N 



-1X630- 



MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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I 



SEE ALSO OflJRCHES, N.C. 
SEE ALSO CHURCHES, U.S. 
SEE m.SO RaiGION (SEE ALSO NA«S OF CHURCICS) 

BLACK RELIGION FOCUS OF LECTIKES 

TAUS SLATED ON BLACK CHW^CH 

DUKE PROFESSOR: BLACKS, UHITES SHOULD JOIH IN ECUfENICAL MOVDENT 

CHUROCS* HEALTH PROJECT SCtCDOES UALKHV-THON nuvtricni 

BLACK COLLEGES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EL IZABET H CITY STATE IWIV. 
SEE ALSO FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIV. 
SEE ALSO WINSTON-SALEM STATE W<IU. 

^EU FUND TO ASSIST PUBLIC BLACK COLLEGES, INaUDING N.C. CENTRAL 

BLACKS RETUWING TO BLACK COLLEGES wi«'>«- 

SPANGLER STRESSES CO«MITt€NT TO HISTORICALLY BLACK CAMPUSES 

OUT-OF-STATE SCORES CALLO FLIM ^^ v-Mnruaca 

TOUW IdK ON STANDARDS 

NCCU HB«ING SEEKS MORE SCIENTISTS 

CWNCELLORS: BLACK COLLEGES FACE TW^EAT OF ABANDOffrENT 

BLACK COLLEGES URGED TO SEEK BEST PUPILS 

NCCU BRIDGES TO COMKJNITY IS RICHMOND'S INAUGURAL THE^E 

NCCU: A BRIDGE OF OPPORTUNITY 

COLLEGES INVITED TO SEEK GRANTS 

NCCU TRIES TO IMPROVE TEACHER SCORES 

BLACK EDUCATORS BLAST BEWCH FOR U.S. LOAN CUTBACK PLAN 

COVERAGE COMMENDED 

BRCKER LINKS SUCCESS TO NEGRO COLLEK FUND 

BLACK COLLEGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN h£GRO COLLEGE FUND 

SEE ALSO HOWARD UNIV. 

^ AL^ !«TIONAL ASSOCIATKW GF BLACK STUDENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURSUITS 

SEE ALSO THURGOOD IttRSHALL BLACK EDUCATION FUND 

HIGfCR EDUCATION FOR BLACKS A PRIORITY NOW FOR BUSINESS... 

!!l!i,'^nIHn'^§S^I f^PLIC BLACK COLLEKS, INaUDING N.C. CE^fTRAL 

NCCU J€ARING SEEKS NDRE SCIENTISTS 

PRire, VALENTIIC CITE fCED Fm MORE BLACK PH.D'S, GRANT MONEY 

chancellors: black colleges face threat of ABANDO^aCNT 

FAWARE/FREEDOM ECUL ALL-STAR 

TOEVISION FUND-RAISER SATW<DAY FOR UNITED tCGRO COLLEGE FIM) 

BROKER LIM<S SUCCESS TO NES^O COLLEGE FUND ^^ 

BLACK ENTERPRISE MAGAZINE 

DURHAM BANK IS MAGAZINE'S BAM< OF YEAR 
DURHAM INSURANCE FIRM MAINTAINS TOP RANKING 
BANK WILL KEEP ROOTS 
DURHAM PROUD H»E OF BLACK ENTERPRISES 

BLACK EXPERIENCE WORKStCP 

WORKSHOP SET ON SELF-HELP AMONG BLACKS 

BLACK-EYED PEAS 
SEE ALSO FOOD 
SEE (^SO NEW YEAR'S DAY 
RIfffiING IN T>€ fCW YEAR 

BLACK HAWK HELICOPTERS 
SEE ALSO JELICOPTERS 
RDU KTS FIRST BLACK HAWK 
BLACKHAWK HELICOPTER CRASH KILLS 4 

5?J!;!r!^^'*5 ^^ CLIES FROM FATAL tELICOPTER CRASH 

MARTIAL MARIOICTTES 

REPORT SAYS RETIREE WASN'T QUALIFIED TO FLY HaiCOPTER 

BLACK HILLS 

DESECRATIt») OF SACRED HILLS 

BLACK HISTORY 

^ ^^ ^ll2^lfUIS/25 SiLSTUDY OF AFRO-AMERICAN LIFE AND HISTORY, 
SEE ALSO FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM (BOOK) 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



S 2 2/20/1987 B 1 P N S27 

H 2 2/22/1987 D 9 N 

H 2 7/04/1987 A 7 N D80 

H 2 9/17/1987 D 6 N 



H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 



2 2/14/1987 C 
2 2/16/1987 A 
2 2/27/1987 A 
2 3/13/1987 A 
2 4/03/1987 A 
2 10/09/1987 A 
2 10/11/1987 C 
2 10/12/1987 A 
2 10/18/1987 A 
2 10/18/1987 A 
2 10/30/1987 C 
2 11/04/1987 A 
2 11/08/1987 B 
2 11/17/1987 A 
2 12/26/1987 C 



N N80 
N 
N 

N 080 
E 

N S92 
N N36 
N S92 
N N36 
N 
N 

N S92 
N 
L 
N B53 



H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


1 2/01/1987 B 

2 2/14/1987 C 
2 10/09/1987 A 
2 10/10/1987 C 
2 10/11/1987 C 
2 12/07/1987 D 
2 12/24/1987 B 
2 12/26/1987 C 


7 N 

2 N N80 
1 P N S92 
1 N N36 
1 N N36 

3 N 

4 N 

1 P N B53 


H 
S 
S 
S 


2 5/05/1987 A 
2 5/05/1987 A 
2 5/05/1987 A 
2 5/06/1987 A 


1 H L41 
1 N W82 
1 N U82 
4 E 



H 2 2/26/1987 B 9 N 



H 2 12/31/1987 C 1 P F Zll 



1/31/1987 C 
8/15/1987 D 
8/16/1987 A 
8/20/1987 B 
12/30/1987 B 



3 
6 

15 
1 

11 



N.C. 



H 2 8/06/1987 A 4 L 
CHAPTER 



i 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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SEE ALSO SALUTE TO BLACK CU-TWVlL ARTS 

SEE ALSO IIJIV. OF N.C.-CfWB. HILL, AFR-OhVCRICAN STUDIES 
OFFBEAT history: EOUOJiiSS; A MAN WITH t€ART 
hEUSPftftF-IN-EDUCATION PRCHOTES BLACK HISTORY MONTH (AD) 
CLEARING T>€ RECORD 

RRW: CONSTITUTION HASN'T E£EN BLACKS' BIBLE 
BLACKS VIEW CONSTITUTION AS 'UHITES OM.Y' 
CON'STITUTION IS FOR dl. 
LEADER HONORED ON MONDAY 
CENTRAL. PWFESSCR RECEMS FELLOUSHIP 
DURHAM TO HOST AFRO-AMERICAN MEET __^^^ ^^„^, 

'FROM SLA*^Y TO FREEDOM' UAS E£GUK IN TREPIDATION 
TODAY'S Y0l>«3 BLACKS FREQUENTLY UNAUARE OF GAINS, JJDffi FRYE SAYS 
BIJCK COLLEGES WSl ADAPT FOR SUWIWl 
IGNORANT OF BLACK EXPERIENCE 
EDITORIAL LACKED GRACE 

BLACK HISTORY MONTW (INCLUDES BLACK HISTORY WEEK) 

NCCU CHANCELLOR TO SPEAK AT BLACK HISTORY CELEBRATION 
SPOTLIOT" m BLACK CU.TURE _ 

NEUSPAPER-IN-EDUCATION F'ROIOTES BLACK HISTCS^Y MONTH 
^CUSPAPER-IN-EiaXATION PROMOTES BLACK HISTORY MONTH (AD) 

caflJsaoR RECAas days of sit-ins, jail tkips 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION CCNTIf«JES UITH EVENT AT STAGVILLE 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: JOS£PHIf€ CLEfENT (AD) 

STAJ^ORD JR. HIGH PLANS BLACK AWtf©£SS ROfT 

GOSPa SING SlMiAY AT PIEDMONT TECH 

COCERT SO£I1A£D FOR ELACK HISTORY MONTH 

RACK HISTORY MONTH: JIM TWRPE 

STAGMILLE FEATURES BLACK FW1ILIES 

HISTCKIAN FEaS DUTY TO EXPLORE SLAVES' LIVES 

f€ySPAPER-IN-EM:ATION: JO^FHIf£ CLDCNT 

BLACK RaiGIffJ FOOIS OF LECTIKES 

WiRLEM NATIVE PROUDLY UWEILS HIS ANCESTRY 

NEUP(iifER-IN-EI(UCATION; Xm H(ff£ FRANKLIN (AD) 

f£WSP(¥'ER-IN-£nJCATION; CLEVELAND tWHMONDS (AD) 

^fRICAN DISPLAY IN ROXB«<0 

UNC STUI€NTS PROTEST APARTVEID 

CKB<CH OBSERVES BLACK HISTWY MONTH 

HOME COCKIN' IS A HIT, AT BLACK HIST(3?Y LUNCH 

ON STAGE 

PROGRAM TO DEAL UITH SLAVES' LIVES 

BLACK WRSE Rl** „ ,„ 

mJWiM FARtCRS: BID TO SAI^ LAND IS STOPGAP 

1.«!>T'S K)VERNMENT DQIMP 

COKPf SEEKS PROPANE-TW*' LAU C^ttNGES 

BLACK .£US 

SEE ALSO JEWS 

SEZ ALSO RELIGION (SEE ALSO NAf€S OF CRRCtCS) 

CCNBEIWING ISRAEL iJfffAIRLY 

ISRAEL'S CONDUCT DEPLORABLE 

ISRAEL FAIR TO TOi^ISTS 

BLACK LIADERSHIP CAXUS 

SEE N.C. BLACK LIADERSHIP CAUCUS 

BLACK MOWfTAIN COLLEGE 
SEE ALSO DW RXKMONT 
SEE ALSO CaLEGES, N.C. 

'COf*ECTI0N' UITH 'WC'S yHO' 

BLACK MOUNTAIN, MAYA EXPLORED 

BLACK MOLWTAIN EXPLOvED „ 

FREE PRK5RAMS EXPLORE BLACK MOUNTAIN EXPERIENCE 

A RAG-TAG, AVANTH3ARDE SUCCESS 

T* BLACK MOUNTAIN EXf-ERIENCE 

ARTIST RECALLS BLACK MOUNTAIN 

Sm^ BOYS' CAMP TO BE WINTER RETREAT 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 



H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 

s 



-PG 



I T 
L Y 
L P 



BYL 



2/14/1987 
2/16/1987 
2/17/1987 
4/08/1987 
6/11/1987 
6/25/1987 
8/13/1987 
9/04/1987 
10/03/1987 
10/08/1987 B 
10/09/1987 C 
10/15/1987 A 
12/12/1987 A 
12/12/1987 A 



2/04/1987 
2/05/1987 
2/08/1987 
2/11/1987 
2/12/1987 
2/12/1987 
2/12/1987 
2/13/1987 B 
2/13/1987 B 
2/14/1987 C 
2/15/1987 E- 
2/17/1987 B 
2/18/1987 A 
2/19/1987 A 
2/20/1987 B 
2/22/1987 C 
2/22/1987 D 
2/26/1987 D 
2/26/1987 B 
2/26/1987 A 
2/26/1987 C 
2/'27/1987 C 
2/27/1987 C 
3/07/1987 B 



S 2 7/06/1987 A 
H 2 11/19/1987 A 
S 2 11/30/1987 A 



H 
A 
N 
N B8S 

N 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N N36 

N N36 

E 

L 

L 



N 

F B71 

A 

A 

B S92 

N 

A 

N 

N 

N 

A 

F 

P 

A 

N S27 

P P38 

A 

P 

P S80 

N L90 

N 

P S92 

P F70 

N 



C49 
S27 
H45 



1 P N M06 
4 L 
1 N M06 



H 2 7/30/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 7/30/1987 A 4 L 
H 2 7/30/1987 A 4 L 



H 


2 


5/15/1987 D 


11 P R G68 


S 


2 


5/21/1987 D 


2 I 


S 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


12 N 


S 


2 


8/06/1987 D 


5 P N 


H 


o 


8/14/1987 D 


11 P R G68 


S 


2 


8/20/1987 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


T 


8/20/1987 D 


2 P F B71 


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BLACKH3WED BUSINESSES 

^ ALSO BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, BLACK 
^ AL^ DURHAM BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHAIN 
SEE ALSO HIN»?ITY BUSINESS AUARdI^ l£B< 
p ALSO MINORITY BUSI^^ DeK^VT^ENCY 
^ ^S 2I^P »JSINESS ^KPRKE Ppffl 
^ ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 
^rflkSxil'^A^'^^SSOCIATION OF MINORITY BUSIICSSES 
MINORITY ORDINANCE IN fCED OF REVISION 

inoluc. 

tWITE fei STILL BOSS IN N.C. INDUSTRIES 

SANKjM mmSi 'DURHAM WAS WHERE n« ACTION WAS' 

GRO(M) BROKEN FOR CENTER IN HAYTI 

»«I«SS QUOTAS MXO COST TAXPAYERS 

m DON'T BLACKS BUY TltlR OtW TEAM-? 

BLACK Ot#CRSHIP UNREALISTIC 

EDITORIAL UAS PATRONIZING 

DURHAM BANK IS MAGAZINE'S BANK OF YE(« 

KiSS^^ooT "^^-^^^^ ^°^^^^ 

^^K'T^^^Y^'^.R^^ lS^F^^II 
S^lkrP5h|CYINSULT TO LOCALDEAL^S 
WHAT ARE THE COSTS OF MINORITY ORDINANCE"? 
ATTACKS ^MINORITY ORDlK^U^IR " 
SPECIAL UEEK HILL FOCUS ON MINORITY BUSINESS PmPI F 
WgHAM BANKp GETS NATIONAL BUSINESS WNOR ^ 

5?inI9?t°S,lTS5''TS GAIN NATIONAL NOTICE 

P.^.i^il^'S^^'^SS TACK EARNS BAM( CHIEF U.S. AWARD 

ClSg^^Kd°^^"^^'' '^'^"ON with local black BUSINESS... 

I^'^F^S'^.a^'-OTTE CRITICIZED ON TV DEAL 

MOVE TO IMPROVE WORK AT RESEARCH LAB 

UNFINIS1€D PHOENIX SQUARE LEASES M± SPACF 

Slff'^SJI^iiaS yiEWSTo'BEAIRO ^ 

KLLt BO® DIFFER ON PLAN FOR MINORITY CONTRACTS 

K'^n^'^ S«^ "INORITY HJSINESS FUNDS 

Em™<5£T TW^PAYERS IN PURCHASING POLICIK 

COJNTY'S ORDINANCE UIU COST MOfCY 
BLACK PHYSICIANS 

M ^i SfANS?J?c^ '^'''™' 
LECTl^ TO FOCUS ON BLACK SURGEONS 
MEDICAL KNOW-HOU ALONE NOT ENOUGH, NEEDS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT... 

BLACK SPEECH PATTERNS 
SEE ALSO LANaJA<£ 
SEE ALSO SOUTHERN SPEECH PATTERNS 
LINGUIST SEES NO BLEND OF BLACK, IWITE DIALECTS 

BLACK STUDENT MOVEhENT 

^ ALSO flACKS, STUDENTS 
^ ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAFEL HILL, STUDENTS 

1S*^°^^'^K.&T^5^ "CHANCELLOR FOR UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS 
ANTI-APARTf£ID PROTESTERS INTERRUPT LWC MEET 

BLACK WALNUTS 
SEE ALSO NUTS 
BLACK WALNUTS ARE TOJGH NUTS TO CRACK 

THE BLACK WIDOJ (FILM) 

MOVIE ABSURDITIES STIR LONGING FOR KJLKN AGE 



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4/27/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/06/1987 
5/26/1987 
5/26/1987 
9/06/1987 „ 
9/14/1987 A 
9/20/1987 D 
9/26/1987 A 
10/03/1987 B 
10/06/1987 A 
10/06/1987 
10/11/1987 
10/15/1987 
10/17/1987 
11/05/1987 .. 
11/19/1987 B 
12/04/1987 A 
12/10/1987 A 
12/12/1987 A 
12/14/1987 A 
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BLACK UOEN 

PLAYWiarr sh*«es 'memwies' s 

LYDA myf>£ fCPRICK, 96, PaMCR OF A HAGAH^C FOR THE BQND H 

LEADERSHIP SEMINAR FLAf#£D FCK YOUTW, UOf€N IN C^THAM H 

WOCN'S GKOF TO HONOR TWO H 

A 'GLIMPSE' OF LIFE SPENT SEEKING DIGNITY H 

CERVICAL CAfCER WARNING ISSUED IN DliWM CO. S 

STATE HISTORIC SITE WILL (FEN TODAY H 

BLAD3ERRIES: SU*€R FRUIT GREAT FOR FREEZING AND CtmiHG H 

mi, BLACKBERRIES WITH NO TWKNS H 

BLACKBURN LITERARY FESTIVAL 

SEE DLB<E LWIV. BLACKBUW LITER/«Y FESTIVAL 

IVE BLACKJ€ARTS (MUSIC GRtXJP) „ 

jm JETT, STEVE FORBERT STILL HAVE T>C ROCK STIFF 

BUCKMAIL 

SEE EXTORTION 

BLACKNALL KiUSE _ 

P|i*€L EXTENDS DEAM-If€ FC» BLADCMJ. W£KK 
CITY COmiTTEE RECOffENDS EXTENSION FCK BLACKNAU HOUSE 
OLD HO(€S AWAIT f€U TENANTS 
PAfCL APPROV€S ARRANGE^ENT TO COH^LETE BLACKNALL WSJSE 

BLACKNALL PRESBYTERKW CHURCH (IREDELL ST.) ^ _ „,^„., ^tot^ 

LECTURE SERIES AT BU«KNALL PRESBYTERIAN WILL EXPLORE CU-T^AL CRISIS 

BLACKOUTS 

SEE ENERGY CRISIS, U.S. 
SEE POUER FAILW^S 

BLACKS, ACTORS AND ACTRES^S 

SEE ALSO ACTO^ AND ACTRESSES, U.S. „ ^„,^„, 

LOCKING FOR T>€ BALANCE! OSOI^W'S FIRST HQVIE Ui9m^ TINSaT(»... 

BLACKS, CQAChCS 

SEE ALSO BLACK ATVtETES 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, COACfCS 
LfNC SPURNS BLACK COACHES ^.„,„.^ y 

NO EASY /WaER FCK LACK OF BLACKS IN T(F POSITIONS H 

BLACKS, DAW:E 

SEE ^SO CHCREO(SAFt€RS 

SEE ALSO DANCE 
ALVIN AILEY; CARING, SHARING | 

T}£ f£XT STD*... S 

SCRIPPS AWARD PRESENTED TO AILEY TONICKT H 

AILEY GETS DANCE AWARD AT DUKE S 

BLAa<S, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO H-ACKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ajRHAM, N.C, RACE RELATIWS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM CW91ITTEE ON T}€ AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 

SEE ALSO ttlRHAM NESOT BAPiCRS ASSOCIATICW 

SEE tLSO SdMXZ TO BLACK CULTL-RAL ARTS 
BOULWARE WORKED FOR RIGHTS | 

STAGVILLE FEATURES BLACK FAMILIES S 

HISTORIi^ FEELS mjTY TO EXPLORE SLAVES' LIVES H 

WKE CAmJS PO-ICE STOPPING BLACK STUKNTS, TRUSTEES ARE TOLD S 
DIM POLICE EXPLAIN STOPPING CF BLACKS S 

SANSOH retires: 'DURHAM WAS WHERE THE ACTION WAS' H 

SCHOOL BOARD SHCUJi SELECT BEST CANDIDATE H 

A 'GLIrt^' OF LIFE SPENT SEEKING DIGNITY H 

MIf«CSOTA COLLEGE HAS SPECIAL COfl^SE! DURH(«, N.C. 101 H 



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2/15/1987 C 
3/18/1987 B 
4/29/1987 A 
5/10/1987 E 
5/18/1987 A 
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2 8/09/1987 E 



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S 2 2/20/1987 C 1 N K70 

H 2 2/20/1987 B 3 N 

H 2 7/21/1987 C 10 P N A80 

H 2 8/28/1987 B 1 N 



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2 5/26/1987 A 
2 11/08/1987 C 



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2 6/04/1987 D 3 P F B71 

2 6/07/1987 C 11 N W66 

2 6/08/1987 A 1 P N B71 



1/19/1987 B 

2/17/1987 B 

2/18/1987 A 

3/02/1987 

3/03/1987 

4/05/1987 

5/04/1987 

5/10/1987 

6/21/1987 



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N S92 
N L41 
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BRAGTOUN HAS SOMETHING TO BOAST ABOUT; ITS LIBRARIAN 

'SUPBWOH' FINDS TIfE FOR CLASS AND KIDS 

HIS WJSIC IWITED RACES 

UNO PROFESSOR WINS SEAT ON DURHAM SCHOOL BOARD 

HiaSIDE PARK HAS A VIBRANT HERITAGE 

POOR f€0 HELP GETTING HELP, BOARD TOLD 

AFRICAN TOBACCO REl^ION STIRS SOME BITTER fOlORIES 

NAACP TO HONOR R. KELLY BRYANT J<, 

LEAOi PRESERVES ITS COiWU^ITY ORIGINS 

BOYS CLUB (FENS FIELD, CITES WOODS 

Tt€ LUST FOR POWER 

SMALLER COUNCIL PONICRED BY fCU BLACK IWJORITY 

COMMITTH'S 'INTIMIDATION' NOT OBVIOJS 

71X OF DUR-HAM'S AIDS CASES AFFECT MINORITIES 

WARREN BRANCH LIBRARY DESERVES SUPPORT 

COUNTY APflWES MINORIH POLICY 

BLACKS, E^PLOY^e^• 
SEE JOB TRAINING 

BLACKS, FARMERS 

SEE ALSO FARt€RS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LAND LOSS PREVtNTION PROJECT 
BLACK FARMERS ARE HEADED FOR EXTINCTION, OFFICIALS SAY 
BLACK FMaCRS SAY T}£Y FACE SPECIAL PROBLEMS 
GROUPS CHARGE AGENCY DISCRIMINATES 
2 DURHAM GROUPS FIGHT FWA LOAN DISCRIHINATICW 

BLACKS, FILMS 

SEE ALSO FILM INDUSTRY 
TtMISEND GETS A 'CHARGE 
LOOKING FOR Tf£ BALANCE 
'DANCING TmMjH AFRICA 
MOVIE 'GOING GREAT GUNS'-fRODUCER 



OUT OF FIU»tfa<ING 

COMEDIAN'S FIRST MOVIE LAMPOONS TINSELTOWN... 



BLACKS, FIREFIGHTERS 
SEE ALSO FIREFKKTERS 
REJECTION BY FIRE UNIT MAY BE PROBED 
TOWN (£TS FIRST BLACK FIREFlKffER 

BLACKS, HE^TH CARE 

SEE ALSO HEALTH CARE, MINORITIES 

SEE ALSO SOJTHEPW AFRICA MEDICAL AID PROJECT 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, HEALTH CARE 
APART>€ID CAUSES JCALTH CARE WOE-SPEAKER 
HEALTH SESSION TARGETS NATION'S 'SILENT KILLER' 
GROJPS MAM PITCH TO BLACKS ABOUT DANORS OF HYPERTENSION 
MEDICAL KNOW-HOW ALONE NOT EN0U»1, f€EDS COltRJNITY INVOLVEMENT... 
AIDS POTENTIALLY COILD WIPE OUT BLACK RACE, SAYS OWFERENCE SPEAKER 
71X OF DURHAM'S AIDS CASES AFFECT MINORITIES 
SEMINAR TO FOCUS ON EFFECT OF AIDS ON BLACK COMMUNITY 

BLACKS, JUDGES 

SEE ALSO JUDGES, U.S. 
BILL WOULD CREATE FOURTH OJDGESHIP FOR SUPERIOR COJRT 
PANEL APPROVES JUDICIAL DISTRICTS Bia 

BILL TO CREATE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS TO ELECT MINM?ITIES PASSES HOUSE 
MARTIN TO SPEAK AT ^£ARING ON JUDGES BILL 
WiRTIN SAYS EFFORT TO REVISE JUDICIAL ELECTIONS WT TKACK 
Tl^ FIGHTS SLOW BILL ON FORMING JUDICIAL DISTRICTS 
SEIttTE COMMITTEE ENDORSES BILL ON JJDKS 
GERRYMANDERING FK? OJDGES 

JUDICIAL DISTRICTS TO BE CREATO IN 10 BLACK AREAS 
HUDSON WANTS TO BE SUPERIOR COURT JUDffi 
CENTRAL ALUWUS NAMED TO CONN. HIGH COJRT 
GOVERNOR SAYS HE'LL St^ TO BLOCK NEW LAW 

GOVERNOR WILL ASK COURT TO REJECT NEW LAW ON ELECTION OF JUDGES 
JUDGE SUWER KCLINES SUPERIOR COURT RACE 

LEADER OF BLACK LAWYERS' SROUP SAYS SYSTEM EXCLUDES BLACK MXjES 
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT APPROVES JJDGESHIP PLAN 



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2 9/22/1987 D 
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1 P N C60 


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13 N 046 


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1 P N 046 


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4 P N 046 


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12 P N 046 


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5/15/1987 A 


14 N 


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10 P N 


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7/02/1987 B 


1 P N S82 


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7/10/1987 B 


5 N N80 


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1 N 


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21 N 


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9 N 


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'AFRICAN FESTIVAL' 



G(ff> SUES OVER ELECTION OF JUDGES 

BLACKS, LAWYERS 

SEE ALSO LAWYERS, U.S. __„ 

SEE ALSO N.C. ASSOCIATION OF BLACK LAWYERS _^ 

LEADER OF BLACK LAWYERS' GfWP SAYS SYSTEM EXCLUDES HfO. MOSES 

SEe'aLSO BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLKRS AND POLITICIANS 

SEE ALSO MAYraS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 

CHALLENGER DEFEATS CHARLOHE MAYOR 

BLACK MAYOR'S LOSS MAY COST CHARLOTTE NATIONAL CONVENTION 

BLACKS, l«JSICIANS 
SEE ALSO MUSICIAfB 
SHADES OF BLUES 
IN MEMORIAM: JOHN HAMMONDS 

SEA ISLAND SINGERS: GEORGIA SINISRS SHARE fOITAGE AT 
BRINGING TJ£ BLUES HOME 
LITTLE EVA IS NOU WORKING AT RESTAURANT IN KINSTON 
SWEET HONEY STICKS TO SINGING TRADITION 
'a*JRCH CULTURE' FILLS SUEH HONEY 'PEP RAaY' 

BLACKS, N.C. 

SEE (LSQ BLACKS, DW?HAM 

SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SEE W.SO HALIFAX COUNTY BLACK CAUCUS 

SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 

SEE W.SO N.C. BLACK REPERTORY COMPANY 

SEE M.SO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 

GRANVILLE AND VANCE SUED W£R ELECTIONS 

HAmONDS ON PBS FOR YOUTH SHOU 

FILM FOCUSES ON HARMONY OF FAMILY, GOSPa GROUP 

SIKGECW: SUSPICIONS MAKE BLACKS RELIXTANT TO BECOhE ORGAN DONORS 

BLACKS SEE POLITICAL OPPORTUNITIES IN '88 

Uf*£CESSARY DISCCURAGEitNT 

LAWSUITS ARE CHANCING AT-LARGE VOTING SYSTEMS 

HUGE GAP REMAINS BETWEEN CAT SCORES BY BLACKS, WHITES 

BLACK BUSINESSMAN EYES LT. GOV. CAMPAIGN 

SEPARATION OF BLACKS, WHITES PF.'EVAILS, PAPER'S POLL SHOWS 

TODAY'S YOUNG BLACKS FREQLENTLY UNAUAfS OF GAINS, JUDGE FRYE SAYS 

MAYOR OF CHARLOTTE CRITICIZED ON TV DEAL 

LtKAL WOMAN WRITES BLACK GENEALOGY BOOK 

GOP FINDS IT ram to court blacks 

BLACKS AND Tt£ GOP 

GRANVILLE CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVES SINGLE DISTRICT ELECTION PLAN 

UOMAN BORN TO FREED SLAVES CELEBRATES 117TH 

BLACKS, N.C, CAfCER „ „ ,^ 

SERVICE GROJP PLANS EFFORT TO CUT BLACKS' CANCER RATE 

BLACKS, POLICE 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POLICE [€PT., OFFICERS 
SEE ALSO POLICE, N.C. 
SEE ALSO POLICE, U.S. 

POLICE CHIEF'S FIRIM3 SaiGHT FOR ALLEGED RACIAL PROBLEMS 

POLICE GROW TO STUDY COMPLAINTS 

HEAR FACTS, NOT DEMANDS 

CITY SEEKS U.S. FTOBE OF POLICE RAC ISM 

FEDS ASKED TO JOIN INVESTIGATION OF PaiCE 

FORMER CTFICER SAYS f€ WAS THREATEJO 

RACIAL AND GEHUER CAUCUSES ARE OUTMODED 

CITY hWNAGER ENCCURAGIfJG CHIEF TO QUIT 

PCWEU DENIES PUSHING CHIEF TO RETIRE 

FEDERAL PROBE OF RACIAL TENSIONS DELAYED __ ^„.„.,»^t™, 

CWDBOURN MAYOR SUE^S IN POLICE CHIEF AND T>«N Af#«)UNCES... RESIGNATION 

POLICE RACISM CAN BE HANDLED INTERNALLY 

panel: paicE can manage bias problems 

U.S. agent: blacks fear city FtLICE 



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1 N 


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1 P N 


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6 N 


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1 N 


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4 L 


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1 N 


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1 N 


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9 P N 


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2/20/1987 C 

2/23/1987 A 

2/26/1987 A 

2/27/1987 B 

2/28/1987 C 

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1 P N T83 


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1 N K70 


1 N 


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1 N ' 


1 N H70' 


4 N 


1 N H70 1 


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INVESTIGATC«S: BLACKS DISTRUST DURHAM POLICE 

IS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT MING WJRHAM JUSTICE? 

CLEfENT DISPUTES RACE-RaATIONS REPORT 

CLEMENT'S PANEL COULD (FFER UNBIASED REVIEW 

COUNCIL MAY NOT fCED NEW POLICE COMMITTEE 

HUWI RELATIONS PANEL IWN'T COMMENT UMTIL PROBE FINISfO 

Piwa IS BEING FAIR IN PROBE OF POLICE 

WHO'S TtC fCXT TARGEH 

PROPOSED DUWAM CITIZEN PROBE OF CHARTS OF POLICE BIAS KILLED 

JUSTICE OFFICIALS VISIT DURHAM AGAIN 

CLEfffiNT TO RENEW PaiCE-PROBE CALL 

GIVE CLEMENT CREDIT FOR SEEKING FAIRNESS 

AN M>EN LETTER (AD) 

OFFICERS LEARNING A JOKE TO SOME MAY BE INSULT TO OTHERS 

POLICE DEPARTMENT PROBLEMS 'MOSTLY ADMINISTRATI"^' 

IS POLICE CHIEF'S RATING BASED ON REAL ISSUES? 

CHIEF LASSITER WALLOPS DURHAM OFFICIALS 

PO-ICE CHIEF SAYS LEADERS ARE INSENSITIVE 

2 DURH AM POLICE MAKE MAJORj 1ST BLACK RECEII^S THAT R(WK 

BETTER TREAT^©fr NEEDED FOR NEW CITY POLICE CHIEF 

BLACKS, POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS AND POLITICIW<S 
SEE dJSD BU^S, MAYORS 

SEE «^S0 DURHAM COfWITTEE ON Tt£ AFFAIRS OF BLACK PEOPLE 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL CO^ffERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. BLACK LEADERSHIP CAUCUS 
SEE ALSO N.C. GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BLACK LEGISLATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAl£US 
SEE ALSO Saum CBWNGE BLACK CAUCUS 

NEW PARH U(WTS BLACK CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENCY 

LOSING THE SUPER^3Ll£? 

PUT PRINCIPLE OVER RACE IN CITY ELECTION 

BLACKS SEE POLITICAL OPPORTUNITIES IN '88 

BLACK INDEPENDENT ON BALLOT FOR PRESIDENT— GROUP'S GOAL 

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN DURWM 

DEMOCRATS [WE LOST TOUCH 

BLACK AS^OORt) CANDIDATES FEW 

MALL PETITIONS NEEDED TO ENSlflJE DEMOCRACY 

BLACK ELECTED OFFICIALS HARASSED, SAYS DU<E PROFESSOR 

MOST WHITES IWN'T VOTE FOR BLACK OFFICE SEEKERS 

LT. GOV. CANDIDATE WILL SEEK TO ABOLISH RUNOFFS 

GOP FINDS IT TOUGH TO COURT BLACKS 

BLACK ELECTED [FFICIALS RISE 

N.C. LEADS GAIN IN SOUTH OF ELECTED BLACK OFFICIALS 

N.C. MAKES PROK^ESS IN ELECTION OF BLACKS 

BLACKS, PXITICAL PARTIES 

SEE ALSO DEMOCRATIC PARTY, N.C. 
SEE ALSO REPUBLICAN PARH, N.C. 
DEMOCRATS FEAR RESTLESSNESS MAY BE GROJING IN THE RfmS 

BLACKS, PROFESSORS 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., FACULTY 

SEE ALSO PROFESSORS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHAPEL HILL, FACULTY 

GREENE'S UNC STUIENTS CAN START BEHIND, FINISH AHEAD 

DUKE UR'GED TO HIRE MORE BLACK FACULTY 

SASSY scholar: history PROF SPEAKS HIS MIND 

BLACK JAME PROF TO BE H0N«O 

BLACKS, SMOKING 
SEE ALSO SMOKING 
NCCU TO AID BLACK SMOKERS' STUDY 

BLACKS, STUIENTS 

SEE ALSO BLACK STUDENT MOVEMENT 

SEE ALSO m(E UNIV., MINORITY STUDENTS AND FACU.TY 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK STUDENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURSUITS 

UNC'S BLACK ENROLLMENT SHORTFALL UNDERSTANDABLE 

BLACK STUDENTS I«>ROVE ON TEACHERS EXAM 



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4/28/1987 A ' 


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5/05/1987 A : 


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5/14/1987 B 1 


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6/04/1987 A ] 


N M51 


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6/08/1987 A ' 


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6/12/1987 A 1 


N S51 


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6/12/1987 A 1 


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9/02/1987 A 1 


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3/18/1987 A 
7/23/1987 A 
7/30/1987 A 
8/02/1987 B 
8/08/1987 C 
8/14/1987 B 
8/21/1987 A 
8/23/1987 
8/26/1987 
9/13/1987 
10/07/1987 
10/10/1987 
10/26/1987 
11/09/1987 
11/11/1987 B 
11/16/1987 A 



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H 2 1/25/1987 B 4 P N U80 

S 2 3/20/1987 A 1 N S92 

H 2 9/20/1987 D 1 P F G09 

S 2 12/29/1987 A 7 N 



S 2 2/12/1987 A 1 N 



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S 2 2/03/1987 C 6 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BLACK STUPENTS' FAILW^E RATE ON TEACHERS EXArt DROPS 

COmJNITY COLL£GE MINORITIES DRCP 

STUriENT report: UAKE forest has RACE FTOBLEMS 

WHY DO FEWER BLACKS GO TO COLLEGE? „ 

BLACK HEN'S fCGATIVE IMAGE SAID TURNING MANY AWAY FROM COLLEGE 

DAVIDSON PROGRAM SEEKS 'DIAMONDS IN T\£ ROUGH' 

m£ WILL RECRUIT MINORITY TEACHERS 

CONCERNS ON SCHOCLS PRESENTED TO BOARD ^_^ 

HUGE GAP REMAINS BETWEEN CAT SCORES BY BLACKS, WHITES 

STANDARDIZED TEST SCORES OF EtACKS LOU IN COUNTY 

4 NEW BOARD MEMBERS TAKE SEATS AT NCCU 

BLACK CITIZENS WANT TO HELP RAISE CAT SCORES 

20 ARE SEMIFINALISTS FOR BLACK SCHOLARSHIPS 

SEPARATION OF BLACKS, IWITES PREVAILS, PAPER'S POa SHOWS 

BOARD MILLS WAYS TO KT TEST SCWES UP 

NCCU HEARI^«3 SEEKS MORt SCIENTISTS 

BLACK COLLEGES URGED TO SEEK BEST P1*>ILS 

EDIXATION KEY TO HELPING BLACK UNDERCLASS 

BLACK EM?OLLMENT DECLIfCS SLIGHTLY IN UNC SCHOaS 

SUPERINTENDENT SAYS HER SCHOaS 'FAILUS' FW BLACKS, POOR 

BLACK ENROULEJWT IN UNC SYSTEM DECLINING 

DIM STUDENTS l«RK TO ORGANIZE NATIONAL BLACK GROUP 

AREA MINORm STUDENTS (OfBRED FOR TOP ACADEMIC ACHIEVE?ENT 
BLACK STUDENTS URGED TO CONSOLIDATE EFFORTS 

BLACKS, U.S. „ 

SEE CLSO ASSreiATION OF BLACK At€RICAN AMBASSADORS 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO BLACKS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO BUSINESS EXECUTIVES, BLACK 
SEE I^SO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOCN 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL F0RW1 OF BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS 
SEE ALSO UNEm.OYMENT, DtflWM 
SEE ALSO W3MEN, POLITICIANS 

LOVE OF LIBERTY RUNS IN FAMILY „ „>,^„. 

NCCU prof: RACISM HELPS CREATE SYMPTO^fS CF 'LEARNED HELPLESSNESS' 

RACI91 WORKSHOP SPEAKER PLEADS FOR UNDERSTANDING 

BLACKS AND THE GOP 

BLACKS, VOTER REGISTRATION 
SEE ALSO MINORITY VOTERS 
^E ALSO VOTER REGISTRATION „ _^,. ^^. ^^, , 

BLACKS' SUIT AGAINST GRANVILLE EXPECTED TO GO TO TKldL IN FALL 

LAWSUITS ARE CHANGING AT-LARGE VOTING SYSTEMS 

NUMBER OF YOUNG BLACKS VOTING SURPASSES WHITES 

BLACKS AND THE GOP 

•PROQ^SSIVES' SEEK MORE POWER 

BLACKS, WRITERS 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO fcRITERS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO WRITERS, SOUTHERN 

EARLY CWFLICTS LEd'tO PRCTESSOR'S STUDY OF RACIAL RELATIONS 

BLACKWEU STREET ^ „ ^.^.^ 

CAR WITM 8 CATCJ€S FIRE, PLUNGES OFF OVEFPASS 

FIERY CAR CRASH KIUS TEEN-AGER; 8 OThCR'S INJURED 

TEEN-AGE DRIVER IN FIERY, FATW. CAR CRASH CWftGED WITH MANSLAUa<TER 

FATAL WRECK SPEED SET AT 100 — POLICE 

BLAIEN COUNTY, N.C. 

GYPSU1 CANCELS PLANT FOR BLADEN _.,„., ^ ..r-r 
FOSTER PAF:ENTS ACCUSED OF MURDER BELONG TO SECRETIVE SECT 
$1.2 MILLION LAWSUIT FILED IN ABUSE CASE 

BLALOCK ROAD 

HOMEOWNERS KICK UP DUST OVER ROAD PAVING 
ROAD-PAVING EFFORT BEGAN IN 1983 

BLIfPS 



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4/07/1987 A 
4/24/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/24/1987 
8/03/1987 
8/20/1987 
9/04/1987 B 
9/15/1987 B 
9/17/1987 B 
9/17/1987 B 
9/24/1987 B 
9/30/1987 C 
10/05/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/12/1987 
10/14/1987 
11/14/1987 
11/14/1987 
11/16/1987 B 
12/18/1987 B 
12/19/1987 C 
12/24/1987 C 



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N S92 
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N D80 
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S 2 10/03/1987 A 1 N B85 

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1 9/01/1987 C 


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2 10/29/1987 A ' 


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2 12/04/1987 A 


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H 2 11/15/1987 A 1 P N M51 

H 2 11/16/1987 C 1 P N Ifil 

H 2 11/17/1987 B 1 N M51 

H 2 11/18/1987 C 1 N M51 



H 2 2/22/1987 C 9 N 
H 2 6/23/1987 C 3 N 
H 2 9/23/1987 B 5 N 



6/27/1987 C 
6/30/1987 C 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BLIMP CONTRACT LIFTS ELIZABETH CITY 
BLIW COMPANY MAY MOVE TO TEXAS 

BLIND 

SEE ALSO CATARACTS 

SEE ALSO LIONS CLUB INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO ^EGRO BRAILLE MAGAZINE 

SEE ALSO N.C. SOCIETY FOR T}£ F1<EVEhfriON OF BLINDNESS 

SEE ALSO VISION 

UNC PROGRAM HELPS PRESCHOOL CHILDreN WITH IMPAIRED VISION 

LYDA MMRE fORICK, 96, FOUNDER OF A MAGAZINE FOR THE BLIND 

A BRIGHT LITTLE GIRL VM CAN'T SEE FINDS HER WAY IN PUBLIC SCHOOL 

STUDENTS VISIT 

Dll»1AM MAN IS ENROLLO IN TAX COIFSE 

COmjTER BEING BUILT FOR BLIND 

DU<E TRYING TO INCREASE UNDERSTANDING DIABETES 

REYNOLDS TRUST GRANT TO l€LP DUKE EXPAND 'LOIMHSION' CLINIC 

lEAF, BLIND WRESTLERS PIN ^WNDICAPS ON MAT 

EYE-OPENING GRIT 

BUCKLEY'S CO«^ENTS PETTY 

INAPFMJPRIATE CRITICISM 

APPLAUD BIRTHDAY PA^EL 

AGENCY FOR BLIND GIVES AWARD TO DUKE DOCTOR 

DUKE EDUCATOR GETS AUARD FOR HELPING VISUALLY IMPAIRED 

TEXTBOOK LAW FOR HANDICAPFO TROUBLES SCHOOLS 

BLIND DATE (FILM) 

THIS 'BLIND DATE' CUTE, FUWY BUT LACKS OCMISTRY 

BLOOD 

SEE ALSO ARTIFICIAL aOHING SUBSTANCE 
SEE ALSO FACTOR VIII 

ARTIFICIAL aOniNG SUBSTANCE TESTED ON RW^IGH HEMOPHILIAC AT UNC 

EX-UNC STUDENT HELPS aONE PROTEIN 

BLOOD BROTHERS (PLAY) 

WOOD'S 'BLOOD BROTHERS' IS SPELLBINDING THEATER 
PLAY OF INTERROGATIONS RAISES Ql£STION OF INDULGENCE 
TWIN BILL PREMIERES MIRWDR IMAGES 

BLOOD aOTS 

SEE ALSO TPA (TISSl£ PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR) 
ARTIFICIAL CLOniNG SUBSTANCE TESTED ON RALEIGH HEMOPHILIAC AT IM! 
EX-UNC STUDENT HELPS aONE PROTEIN 
RTP FIRM'S STUDY SHOWS NEW DRUG AIDS STROKE VICTIMS 

BLCnD DONORS 

SEE ALSO BLOODMOBILE 
OBSERVE BLOOD Wtm MONTH 

WEATHER HURTING BLOOD DRIi^; RED CROSS WANTS 'CUSHION' 
RED CROSS BLOOD SUPPLY RULING LOW 
STORMS CUT WJRHAM BLOOD DONATIONS 
RED CROSS ICEDS BLOOD DONATIONS 
DRIVING IN FOR BLOOD DRIVE 
ICY DURHAM ROADS CUT BLOOD DONATIONS 
AIDS FEAR BOOST AUTOLOGOUS BLOOD DONATIONS 
SUN DIAL 

bo^cs, organs may be next in ageicy's bank 

ret cross plans expansion 

blood donors cm get buj.s tickets 

more pecfle storing blcffld for cferations 

bloohehing 

be a hot-blooded two-timer 

alamance, casi€ll doctors to donate blood 

red cross seeks blood donations to avoid shortage 

blood donations save lives 

lct inmates donate blood 

mayors candidates to ansicr chamber (3uesti0ns 

red cross warns of blood shortage 

woman locks for home for dog who gave blood to her dying pet 



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2/05/1987 D 
2/15/1987 C 
4/15/1987 B 
4/19/1987 C 
4/23/1987 
6/17/1987 
6/22/1987 
7/16/1987 
7/18/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/22/1987 
8/29/1987 
9/27/1987 
10/24/1987 
10/27/1987 



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N W27 

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2 4/03/1987 A 1 N C60 

3 8/12/1987 C 1 N K65 



S 2 3/24/1987 C 
S 2 3/26/1987 D 
H 2 3/27/1987 D 



3 P R U63 

6 R W63 

7 P R W66 



H 2 4/03/1987 A 1 N C60 
H 3 8/12/1987 C 1 N K65 
S 2 11/21/1987 A 9 N 



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1/02/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


1/24/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/27/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


1/27/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


1/28/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


1/29/1987 D 


4 P P S76 


S 


2 


2/19/1987 A 


1 N T85 


H 


2 


2/26/1987 B 


1 P P C60 


S 


2 


3/23/1987 C 


1 U 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


1 N C60 


S 


2 


5/01/1987 C 


16 N 


H 


2 


5/12/1987 B 


12 N 


S 


2 


5/15/1987 A 


3 P P M66 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


1 


7/14/1987 C 


1 N H60 


H 


2 


8/08/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


8/12/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/25/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


8/29/1987 A 


11 P N 


S 


2 


9/01/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


9/05/1987 C 


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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



BLOOD DRIVE SLATED 

NEW ACC COMPETITION! GIVING BLOOD 

BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS SAFE 

RED CROSS ASKS FOR BLOOD KINATIONS 

BLOOD DONORS fEEDED MJRING HOLIDAY SEASON 

BLOOD PRESSURE 

SEE ALSO HYPERTENSION ^^ ^^, ^ 

PLU)*ETING BLOOD PRESSIRE PERILOUS FOR OLDER PEOPLE 

RED CROSS TO HOLD BLOOD-PRESSURE TESTS 

VARIATION IN BLOOD PRESSURE CAN BE 'TRILY WRESSIME' 

DU<E TO SPONSOR CWLESTEROL OCCKS 

FILMING SLOWS K3VWT0UN TRAFFIC 

40X OF BLOOD PRESSURE READINGS MAY BE WRONG, DUKE DOCTOR SAYS 

GIVE YOU* ^£ART A GOOD BREAK: GET IT CtECKED 

^€ALTH CHECK 

^•^'^r^^^cS^S's^S' FREE CHOLESTEROL, BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS 

BLOOD TESTS 

SEE ALSO ACQUIRED IMMUfC DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, SCREENING TESTS 

SEE ALSO BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO DRUM<EN DRIVING 

SEE ALSO l€ALTH SCREENING PROOWM 

ADWTED INFANT'S PAIN, DEATH LEAD FAMILY TO SPECIAL TRIBUTE 
A LITTLE riROP OF BLOOD FOR A LOT OF INFORMATION 
AIDS TEST PRODUCT OF ORGANON TEKNIKA 

BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS 

m^ HAS 2 BABIES KILLED BY AIDS 
AIDS TESTING IS INCREASING IN TRIANGLE 
MCKE PEC^LE STORING BLOOD FOR OPERATIONS 
DOOO rOG TURNS HEF.O; STIU WIMBJESS 
BLMD TRANSFUSIONS SAFE 

BLOOD ICDDING (PLAY) _^ 

'BLOOD WEDDING' STRONG AS MADRID OFFEE 

BL0ODJ1OBILE 

SEE ALSO AMERICAN RED CROSS 
SEE ALSO BLOOD DONORS 
BLOODMKJBILE WILL BE IN L0UISBU«3 

BLOOM COUNTY (COMIC STRIP) 

BILL NEEDS YIDDISH LESSONS 
NCSSM ADOPTS fEW MOHO WITH 



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2 10/31/1987 C 
2 11/12/1987 A 
2 12/23/1987 B 
2 12/23/1987 A 


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2 5/01/1987 A 
2 5/13/1987 A 
2 7/22/1987 C 
2 8/17/1987 C 
2 9/02/1987 A 
2 9/10/1987 C 
2 10/13/1987 D 


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7 N 
18 U 

1 N 
1 N 
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4 N 
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'BL(MM COUNTY' FLAIR 



H 2 7/08/1987 C 
H 2 10/13/1987 B 
H 2 11/16/1987 A 



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1 P N OSO 



2/11/1987 A 
3/20/1987 B 
5/12/1987 B 
9/06/1987 C 
11/12/1987 A 



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BLOWING ROCK, N.C. 

LAKE NEAR BLOWING ROCK IS DRAINING __ ..,^„„ 
B(»ffi THREAT MARS OPENING DAY OF BLUE RID(£ PARKWAY 

BLUE AND GRAY FOOTBAU GAME 

SEE BLIE-GRAY ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC 
SPURRIER AND SLAYIOI HEAD TO BLUE-GRAY _,^^^, , ^^„ 

SPURRIER, SLAYDEN BACK TOJ^THER FOR BLUE-(3W>Y AU-STAR FOOTBAa FRAY 

^^ B^fESS^LDSINGS:'? BLUE BELL SEWING PLANTS IN N.C. WILL BE PHASED OUT 
BAD ^EWS HARD FOR COMff'ANIES TO HANIl£ WELL 
SECURITY FEDERAL'S EARLY HOME LOANS WERE FOR 11 YEARS 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C. 

SEE ALSO COSTWISE 

SEE ALSO PERSONAL CARE PLAN ^ ^ 

BLUE CROSS PLAN MAY SAVE $13 MILLION ACROSS STATE 
FRAUD busters: BLUE CROSS-BLIE SHIELD WAGING WAR ON SCAMS 
BAD WEATJER COST MAJO? AREA EMPLOYERS 1 3/4 DAYS OF WORK 
BOYD FILES BILL AIMED AT BLUE CRIDSS PROFITS 



2 3/06/1987 A 10 N 
2 9/11/1987 A 1 N 



2 12/19/1987 B 
2 12/20/1987 C 



1 1/14/1987 C 

2 1/29/1987 A 
2 6/14/1987 C 



2 1/12/1987 A 

2 1/28/1987 C 

2 2/26/1987 B 

2 3/06/1987 A 



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8 P N 



1 N 
13 N 
10 P U L41 



1 N W82 

1 N C60 

1 N L41 

1 N U82 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BILL CAaS FOR REROUTING GF BLUE CROSS RESERVES 

BLUE CROSS TO LOBBY TO KILL RESERVES BILL 

ANTI-DRUG SIFPORT 

BLUE CROSS REVS UP FOR BIG STATE CONTRACT 

BLUE CROSS STUDYING STEPS TO CUT TEST COSTS 

BLUE CROSS URGES CUTS IN LAB TESTS 

BLUE CROSS PARKING LOT PLAN GETS PRELIMINARY OK BY BOARD 

BLUE CROSS STARTS FIRST W10 OFFICE 

BUE CROSS PLAN PICKS HOSPITAL 

TOWN AID SOUGHT FOR JAZZ FESTIVAL 

BLUE CROSS PLANS OLYMPIC FIWD RAISER 

STATE EMPLOYEES' HELP SOUGHT ON HE/ITH PLANS 

INSURANCE CHANGE OVERLOOKED 

BLUE CROSS ANMJAL REPORT 'IMPRESSIVE' 

DURHAM'S BLUE CROSS REPORTS RECORD GROWTH 

PANa VOTES TO CONTINUE HMOS FOR STATE EtffLOYEES 

BLUE CROSS PROMOTES N.C. ATHTTES ON RADIO 

HMO RATE HIKE UPSETS HOSPITAL, WC EMPLOYEES 

CREEDMO<» MAN FACES 62 COIKTS OF FALSE CLAIMS 

INSURERS ADAPT TO AIDS THREAT 

FAMILY RATES TO RISE FOR STATE HEALTH PU^ 

INSURANCE TAKIS TEAOffiRS' PAY HIKE 

BLUE CROSS PLAN ATTRACTS 2A5 OF STATE'S MCTORS 

BACKLOG EXPECTED TO EASE IN STATE INSURANCE PLAN 

HOW TO STRETCH HEALTH-CARE DOLLARS 

ARTISTS AT UORK 

BLUE CROSS, CHM3CS TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN OF POOR 

REVAW^ WITI-DRUG PROGRAM SEEKS MONEY 

PARThERSHIP t«LPS YOUTHS GET INSJRANCE 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C, EW^OYEES 

MOST TRIANGLE BUSINESSES WITHOUT POLICIES ON AIDS 

BLUE CROSS mi BLUE SHIELD OF N.C, FRAUD UNIT 
SEE ALSO FRAUD 
SEE ALSO l€ALTH INSURANCE FRAUD 

FRAUD BUSTERS: BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD WAGING WAR ON SCAMS 

CREEDMOTR MAN FACES 62 COIWTS OF FALSE CLAIMS 

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 
BOYD FILES BILL AIMED AT BLUE CROSS PROFITS 
BLUE CROSS ANNUAL REPORT 'IMPRESSIVE' 

BLUE EARTH SINGERS AND DANCERS 

BLUE EARTH DANCERS TO PERFORM, TEACH 

INDIANS HOF£ MESSAGE LINGERS AFTER i«JSIC FADES 

BLUE-GRAY ALL-STAR FOOTBAU CLASSIC 
SEE ALSO COLLEGE BOULS 
BLUEH3WY Aa-STAR CLASSIC PROMISES UIK OPEN FOOTBALL 
FANFARE/BLUE-GRAY COACffiS 
FANFARE/ACC TINT IN BLUE-(»AY 
GRAY TEAM HAS STRONG ACC FLAVOR 
SPURRIER AND SLAYDEN HEAD TO BLUE-GRAY 
SIAYDEN MODEST, BUT HIS RIVAL'S NOT 
BLUE-GRAY'S BIG AND SMAa HAVE EYE ON hFL CHANCE 
SPURRIER, ACC STARS PLANNING COOL YULE 
LCCKBAl*! SET TO BE A TUO-UAY PERFORMER IN BLUE-GRAY GAME 
GARCIA BOOTS GRAY PAST BLUE 
GARCIA BOOTS BLUES 

BLUE XANS 

SEE ALSO DENIM 

SEE ALSO NO EXCUSES JEANS 

SEE ALSO WWNS.ER JEANS 
JEAN TRENDS SHOW DENIM'S POPULARITY HASN'T FADED 
MWJA RICE TO APPEAR IN TV, MAGAZIIC ADS FOR 'NO EXCUSES' JEANS 

BLUE LAWS 

LEGISLATURE PONDERS EARLIER SUNDAY SIPPING 



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3/07/1987 
3/07/1987 
3/18/1987 
3/29/1987 
4/02/1987 
4/03/1987 
4/09/1987 B 
4/17/1987 A 
4/22/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/12/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/21/1987 
6/04/1987 D 
6/06/1987 C 
6/10/1987 B 
6/15/1987 A 
6/17/1987 C 
7/23/1987 B 
8/13/1987 D 
8/20/1987 B 
8/27/1987 A 
9/24/1987 C 
9/28/1987 B 
10/13/1987 D 
10/29/1987 B 
10/30/1987 B 
11/14/1987 C 
12/19/1987 A 



11 N L40 
1 P N U82 
4 P P T37 

N 

N U82 

N 

N 080 

N U82 

N C60 

N B81 

N 

N 

L 

N 

N U82 

N 

N 

N L90 

N 

N L41 

N 

L 

N M06 

N 

F 

P L38 

N 

N C60 

N U82 



H 2 9/07/1987 A 1 N L41 



H 
H 


2 1/28/1987 C 
2 7/23/1987 B 


1 N C60 
1 N 


S 
H 


2 3/06/1987 A 
2 6/04/1987 D 


1 N U82 
5 N 


S 
S 


2 10/22/1987 D 
2 10/23/1987 C 


10 D N 
1 U B^ 


S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 


2 12/10/1987 B 
2 12/10/1987 D 
2 12/15/1987 D 
2 12/15/1987 D 
2 12/19/1987 B 
2 12/23/1987 D 
2 12/24/1987 D 
2 12/25/1987 C 
2 12/25/1987 C 
2 12/26/1987 D 
2 12/26/1987 B 


1 N 
4 P N 
3 N 
3 N 

3 N 

4 N 
4 P N 

1 P N C49 
3 N 
1 P N 
1 P N 



H 2 2/23/1987 A 6 P F H45 
H 2 8/09/1987 B 6 N 



H 2 3/22/1987 C 1 N 



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1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



mi RIVER DELAYS DECISION ON SUNDAY ALCOHOL SdHS 

mJE LIGHTS 

SEE AUTOS, BLUE LIGHTS 

^^ T^TE ra^LliliE^HUSICi AREA MUSIC PRODUCERS FEEDING THE NEED ^_^^ 
■HI PROWJCERSi TV£ KING ISN'T ALWAYS EASY FOR THE LOCAL MUSIC PROMOTER 

m£ RIDGE MOUNTAINS _ 

SEE ALK) HIGH COMRY AMBASSADORS 
ROOFTOf INNOVATIONS 

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY _ _„_ ^^^ 

BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY ALMOST COIfflETED 
MOXTAIN FLORA ABOUT TO BLOOM 

AN^li«ERING^^VEL' TO BE PART OF PAfaOJAY'S DEDICATION ^£XT MONTH 

BLLE RID(£ PARKWAY USED AMAZING FEAT 

'MISSING LINK' OPENS FRIDAY 

DEDICATION FRIDAY ENDS PAFKUAY'S MISSING LINK 

PARK SERVICE OFFICK^LS LOOKING DOWN J\€ ROAD 

CELEBRAnON TO MARK PARKWAY COfffLETION 

VIADUCT MONUfENT TO COW^ROMISE 

BOMB THREAT MARS Cff-ENING DAY OF BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 

PARKWAY OFFICIALLY OPEN; BOMB ™EATfWRS PARTY 

PARKWAY VIADUCT A BRIDGE BUILT FROM Tt€ TOP DCIW 

PARKWAY'S FINAL LIM< DRAWS RECORD NUMBER OF VISITORS 

LMKING FOR LEAVES; FALL'S COLORS ARE OUT-f£RE'S WHERE TO FIND THEM 

AUTUMN LEAF WATCHERS SNARL MOUNTAIN TRAFFIC 

LEAVES CREATING CLUTTER OF PEOPLE IN MOUNTAINS 

JVE MISSING lim 

WHAT A VIEW 

FORMER BURtWM RESIDENT DIES IN JM> FROM PARKWAY 

TWO PARKWAY TWELS ARE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC 

BLUE RIDGE STONE CO. ^^, 

PROSPECTS OF MLD INCREASING IN APEX 

K.UEBIRDS 

SEE ALSO BIRDS 
KILLERS OF BLIOIRDS COlO LOSE THEIR PROTECTED STATUS 

BLUEFIELD ORIOLES 

MOTA KEYS INDIANS TO OPENING WIN 

M.UEGRASS mJSIC 

STEWART SEUMM SCENE SHOW WAS A PLEASANT, WARM AFFAIR 

dm; plays duke jm. 28 
blueawss pioneer plays chapel hill 
local record company frodtxes hit f4jsic 
blueh^ss pioneer stanley still wiique 

bSa^'^y the^; music critic tries outa festival experience 
bluegrass msic, faricr's day on ttf for labor day weekend 
bll£grass band to play at n.c. zoo 
hometown honors earl scruggs again 

shady grove joins jowsons in jacksonville 

boys choir concert friday; 'hauoween' extended 

BLUES mjsic 

SEE ALSO Tt€ HEART OF T>€ BLUES (SHOW) 

SEE ALSO MUSIC 

SEE ALSO RtBffUL OF BLUES 

THE fCART OF THE BLUES 

'tCART OF BLUES' EARNS STANDING OVATION 

SHOW FOILED BY FOOTNOTES IN 'HEART OF THE BLUES' 

SI^kY blue: john hammond to sing the 'basic basics' in Durham 



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E L Y 'I 
C -PG L P BYL I 



H 1 7/09/1987 B 1 N 



H 


2 


9/11/1987 D 


1 P P R76 


H 


2 


9/11/1987 D 


12 P F H66 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


19 N 


H 


2 


4/12/1987 D 


1 P F 


S 


2 


4/13/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


8/04/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 D 


10 P F 


H 


2 


9/07/1987 A 


12 P N 


S 


2 


9/07/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/09/1987 A 


16 N 


S 


2 


9/10/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


9/11/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/12/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 


9/13/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


9/21/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/04/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


2 10/09/1987 D 


5 P F C19 


H 


2 


10/19/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 C 


10 N 


H 


2 


10/25/1987 D 


1 P F L38 


S 


2 11/14/1987 C 


1 P P 


H 


2 


11/17/1987 B 


14 


H 


2 


11/20/1987 C 


16 N 



H 2 9/20/1987 D 12 N 

H 2 7/24/1987 A 20 N 
H 2 6/21/1987 B 2 N 



1/16/1987 
1/20/1987 
4/24/1987 
4/30/1987 
5/01/1987 
6/18/1987 
8/14/1987 
9/04/1987 B 
9/10/1987 D 
9/25/1987 D 
10/16/1987 D 
12/15/1987 A 



L37 



R L37 
U U66 
N 
N 
R 
N 

F L37 
N H60 
N 
N 
N 
U U66 



H 2 1/16/1987 D 1 P F W66 

S 2 1/19/1987 C 10 R W63 

H 2 1/23/1987 D 3 R U66 

H 2 2/06/1987 D 1 P F U66 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SHADES OF BLl£S 

SLEUFOOT: happy to sing Tt€ BLUES AT FESTIVAL FOR THE ENO 

BILL CITY BLUES— ANOTHER DURHAM FESTIV*^ 

BLUES TALENT UANTO BY CONTEST IN GREENSBORO 

BUJL CITY BLUES FLANS 

JAfCS COnON ELOUS HIS 'SUPERHARP' REPUTATION 

BILLISH 'BOrr TWE BLl£S: FIRST ANNUAL BULL CIH BLUES FESTIVAL 

BROWNIE MC»€E: 'KY BLUES IS TRUTHFUL BLUES' 

BlU. CITY BLUES FESTIVAL BEGINS 

BRINGING THE BLUES MDIC 

TIWA BLUES STIU SWIMMING 

T}£ BLUES— BULL CIH BLEND 

THE SPIRIT OF T^€ BLUES LIVES IN DURHAM; THE CROUD LOVES IT! 

CHAPa HILL MAN ARRESTED FOR INCITING CONCERT RIOT 

3,000-PLUS GATl€R FOR BLUES FESTIVAL 

BUJ. CITY BLUES FESTIVAL 

DESPITE PROBLEMS, BLl£S FANTASTIC 

TAJ mVi. AT STEWART THEATRE: TWO VIEWS; THE BLUES AS JOY 

TAJ MAHAL AT STEWART THEATRE; Tlffl VIEWS; A TIRED LEGEND 

KOKO TAYLOR'S BU£St GRITTY CHICAGO HONEY 

WINTER? 30 YEARS OF THE BLUES 

CHICAGO BLUES fWSTER JAJCS COHON FOFORMS TOMORROU AT («TSCEiffER 

B'NAI B'RITH 

SEE ALSO BETH-EL SYNAGOGUE 
SEE fiLSD DURHAM HADASSAH 
SEE ALSO HANWKAH 

SEE ALSO JUDEA RtFORM CONGREGATION 
SEE ALSO PASSOVER 
KLAN, OTHER FAR-RIGHT 'HATE' GROUPS REPORTED WEAKENING 

TVE BO LOZOFF R(KK AND BLUES BAND AND TRAVELIM3 ROAD SHOW 
BENEFIT CONCERT 

BAND TAKES ^ESSA(£ OF IN-CELL SPIRITUALITY ON 10-PRISON CIRCUIT 
ISAAK NO aVIS IN PERFOWANCE AT RALEIGH'S PIER 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND PUBLIC WELFARE 

SEE DURHAM COJNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 

BOAT BUILDERS 

HONORING A LIVING TREASURE 

BOAT PEOPLE 

SEE VIETNAfCSE REFW3EES 

MAT SAFETY 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, DROWNING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BOATS 

SEE ALSO DRUNKEN BOATING 

SEE ALSO LIFE JACKETS 

SEE ALSO SAFETY 

SEE ALSO WATER SAFETY 

BOATIhffi COUPES OFFERED 

LAKE BOATERS BEWARE 

CAUTION KEY TO BOAT SAFETY 

BOAT-BREATHALYZER MEASURE HITS SNAG 

BOAT CARRYING N.C. JJDGES BOARDED BY COAST OJARD 

BOATING, FEES 

MARINA SEEKS INSURANCE TO RENT BOATS 

BOATS 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BOATS 

SEE ALSO BOAT SAFETY 

SEE ALSO CANCES 

SEE ALSO CREWING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM POWER SQUADRON 

SEE ALSO KAYW<S 

SEE ALSO LIFE JACKETS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 



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4/16/1987 
7/02/1987 
7/03/1987 
7/03/1987 
7/10/1987 
7/24/1987 
7/30/1987 
7/30/1987 
8/06/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/09/1987 
8/09/1987 
8/10/1987 
8/13/1987 
8/14/1987 
9/25/1987 
9/25/1987 
12/01/1987 
12/11/1987 
12/17/1987 



6 P 
1 P 
18 P 
4 
2 
2 

1 P 
2 
3 P 

1 P 

2 P 
3 

1 

12 
6 
6 
3 
4 
4 
5 
3 
6 



P 

F B71 

N W66 

N 

N 

R 

F 

F 

I 

F 

F 

F 



L37 
B71 
B71 



W66 
L37 
W66 

N P3S 

N 



B71 
L37 
L37 
046 
S69 
L37 



H 2 6/11/1987 A 14 N 



S 2 5/07/1987 D 
H 2 5/08/1987 C 
H 2 5/15/1987 D 



2 P P 
11 F W66 
5 R L37 



H 2 12/17/1987 A 4 E 



s 


2 


2/13/1987 C 


4 N 


8 


2 


3/05/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


1 P F G59 


H 


2 


5/15/1987 B 


1 N L40 


H 


2 


10/28/1987 B 


2 N 



H 2 3/20/1987 B 1 N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO ROLLIN(?;iEU MARINA 

SEE ALSO SAILBOATS 

SEE ALSO SAILING 

SEE W.SO SaiLIf«3 

SEE ALSO SHAD BOAT 

SEE ALSO SHIPS 

SEE ALSO STE/WBOATS 

SEE ALSO TUGBOATS 

SEE ALSO WATER SAFETY 

SEE ALSO WITEUATER PADDLING 

SEE ALSO YACHTS _, 

COAST aiARD'S DRLC SEARCHES LfSET BOATERS 

MARINA SEEKS INSURANCE TO RENT BOATS 

SHAD BOAT Mffi MILK DRA« STATE SENATE'S ATTENTION 

EARLY MORNING CRUISE 

HOUSE BACKS AUTOMATIC RECOUNT IN CLOSE ELECTIONS 

SWJIH'ERS' aC«M 

BOATIf« AT MICHIE 

CASTING OFF 

5 ROWING TRIALS CARRYING ICIGHT 

EAGLES AND BOATERS CAN CO-EXIST AT LAKE 

BOATMAKING PLANT TO ADD 100 XB3 

DECAYING BOAT MAKES A PERCH 

IflJDDY WCX. 

BOB JONES IWIV. (GREEWILLE, S.C.) „„^,^ 

MISS CHRIST EARNS B.A. AT BOB JfflCS UNIVERSITY 



THE BOB NEVWART SHOU 

GlEST LIST INaUDES TWO 



DARRYLS' 



BOB'S TWIFTY SHOFfE (526 MAIN ST.) 

CONSPIRACY CONVICTIONS OVERTURNO IN BREAK-INS 

BODDIE-NOELL ENTERPRISES 

SMAa-BUSIf€SS OWCRS OPPOSE HIGHER MINIfflJM UAK 

FIRE LEAVES $160,000 DAMA(£ AT ROXBORO SHOffING CENTER 

THE BODEANS (WJSIC GfWP) 

BCDEANS! UP TO BIG POND 

ZYDECO GR ROCK AND ROl, IT ADDED If TO FIW 

U2 ALL T>€RE; PYROTECHNICS SAVE UINTER 

BOEING 747 

LOTS OF LEG RODM ON WCRIC/W 747 BOJND FOR TOKTO 
LUXURY LItCR 

BOEING CRUISE MISSILE 
SEE MISSILES 

EOGUE BA^KS, N.C. , „^^„ 

SCIENTISTS GIVING 10^ OF BEACH TROUBLE SPOTS 
PILKEY: ttSTRUCTION OF BARRIER ISLES LIKELY 
COASTAL FEDERATION SEEKS N.C. PaiCIES ON DEVaCFttNTS 

BOGUE IMXT 

HOT CSPVfU SPILLED INTO BOGUE SOUND _ ^ „^ ., ^.r- 

SUBSTANCE FOUNIi AT BOGUE BEAOCS IIEMTIFIED AS HAFmi TYF€ OF ALC^ 

BOILERS 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD TO REBID BOILER PRO^CT 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD CANCaS BOILER DE^ 

SCHOOL GETS PRINCIPAL; BOILER BIDDING IOj^YED 

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. _^ ^,^„ ^„,^, 

TEEN RECOVERS FRffll ORDEAL, BUT IT CHANGED A QUIET TOW) 
HOhCTOWN HONORS EARL SCRUKS AGAIN 

BOISE CASCADE CO. 

CHATHAM RESIDENTS BELIEVE HERBICIDE SPRAY IS KILLING T}€M 



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C -PG L P BYL 1 



H 


2 3/02/1987 B 


16 N 


H 


2 3/20/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 4/14/1987 C 


3 N 


8 


2 4/29/1987 C 


8 P P 


H 


2 5/09/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 5/12/1987 B 


7 P P 


S 


2 5/15/1987 A 


1 P P T37 


H 


1 5/26/1987 B 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 7/12/1987 6 


30 F Y55 


S 


2 8/21/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 10/22/1987 C 


9 H 


H 


1 10/31/1987 C 


1 P P 


S 


2 12/15/1987 C 


1 P P U62 



S 2 6/11/1987 A 9 N 
H 2 5/12/1987 D 2 P F 
H 2 6/18/1987 B 1 N R53 



2 5/03/1987 C 13 P U L41 
2 8/02/1987 B 1 N 



H 2 12/01/1987 C 
H 2 12/11/1987 D 
H 2 12/18/1987 D 



2 5/08/1987 B 
2 5/08/1987 A 



5 P F L37 

4 R L37 

10 P R L37 



5 P N M97 
10 P P L38 



2 4/02/1987 B 1 N H40 
2 4/02/1987 A 1 M N B85 
1 4/04/1987 C 1 P N H60 



2 2/05/1987 B 
2 11/03/1987 C 



2 7/15/1987 B 
2 7/15/1987 A 
2 7/28/1987 B 



10 
16 



8 

15 

1 



N J40 
N S92 
N 



H 2 4/12/1987 C 3 F 
H 2 9/25/1987 D 4 N 



H 2 7/27/1987 C 1 N 



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S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 



SHOULD AULD PROJECTIONS BE FORGOT... 
BOLIN CREEK CENTER 

amva housing activity tumbles in first half (f '87 

BOLIN forest development 

CARRBORO OKS 2 AN)€XATIONS 

BOLIVIA, SOJTH A^ERICA 

PARTNERS PROGRAM LINKS N.C, BOLIVIA S 

BOLIVIAN i^VERS SEUING UP tCU IDEAS H 

APPRECIATING CULTURE S 

BOLL kEEVIL 

SEE ALSO COTTON 
SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
SENATE CURBS BILL TO LET POLICE OFFICERS CROSS l€DIANS 

BOMB TWEATS 

SEE ALSO TELEPHtM TJ^EATS 
SEE ALSO TVIREATS 

CHURCH EVACUATED DURING KING SERVICE AFTER BOMB T>«EAT 

POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING SCHOO-'S BOMB THREATS 

NOT Tt€ REAL THING 

FAKE BOMB RECOVERED FROM DUKE HOSPITAL 

BOMB THREAT EMPTIES FRANKLINTW HIGH 

YGUNGSVIILE SCMML KTS ANOT>€R BOMB THREAT 

HARDUARE STORE GETS BOMB THREAT 

UOMAN CHARGED IN BOMB THREAT 

TWO SCHOOLS IN FRANKLIN GET BOMB THREATS 

MORE BOMB THREAT CHARGES ARE FIL£D 

JUVENILE ARRESTED IN BOMB THREAT 

PART OF SENTBCE ACTIVE FOR UOM^ IN BOMB THREATS 

FRANKLIN PLAGI^D BY BOMB THREATS 

12-YEAR-OLD CHARGED WITH MAKING BOMB TWREAT 

FRAM<LINTON HIGH SCHOOL GEST BOMB TTHREAT 

TUO ARRESTED, CHARGED IN INCIKNTS AT SCHOILS 

BOMB THREAT MARS OPENING DAY OF BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY 

PARKUAY OFFICIALLY WtN; BOMB THREAT MARS PARTY 

BOMB TWEAT AT SCHOOL 

TUO GIRLS APPREl€NDED IN BOMB CALLS 

BOMBING ATTEirrS, U.S. 

SUSPECT IN SEATTLE PLOT SHOWED 'GENUINE CONCERN FOR PEOPLE' 
STILL JAILED, BISSELL (WANTED $95,000 PRtPERTY MM) 
BISSELL RELEASED ON BOND IN SEATTLE 
FORMER WEAT}£RMAN PLEADS GUILTY IN '70 BOMB ATTEMPT 

BOMBINGS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ARSON, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO BOMBS 
PRESIDENT OF HONOR SOCIETY CHARGED WITH BOMBING STATIC, FOUR BREAK- INS 

BOMBINGS, INTERNATIONAL 

ASSASSINS' SECRET TEAM 
BOMBERS AREN'T HEROES 

BOMBINGS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 
Bt»1B EXPERTS PROBING VAN EXPLOSION 

BOMBS 

SEE ALSO ATOMIC BOMBS 

^E ALSO DYNAMITE 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVE DEVICE 

SEE ALSO EXPLOSIVES 

SEE ALSO MINES (EXPLOSIVE DEVICES) 
Tt€IR CARGO WAS 'KEG OF DYNAMITE' H 

RADICAL ARRESTED IN ORE. GOT DEGREE FROM DIKE H 

FAKE BOMB EJffTIES NCSU DORM H 



H 2 12/31/1987 A 14 P U L41 



H 2 8/23/1987 F 1 P N 



H 3 1/21/1987 C 1 N K65 



2 4/17/1987 C 1 N L90 
2 10/29/1987 B 1 P N W27 
2 10/30/1987 B 8 P P T32 



H 2 6/04/1987 C 18 N 



H 


2 


1/22/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


3 


2/26/1987 B 


3 


N 080 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 C 


1 P P L38 


S 


2 


3/11/1987 C 


16 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


3/31/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/23/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


4/^/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


1 


4/29/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


6/03/1987 C 


7 


N 


H 


1 


6/06/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/13/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


9/11/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/12/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 


11/07/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


1 


11/13/1987 B 


1 


N 


IN DURHAM H 


2 


1/23/1987 B 


1 


N A54 


H 


2 


2/05/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


1 


2/07/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


5/02/1987 B 


3 


N 



H 2 3/26/1987 B 2 N 



H 2 7/27/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 11/11/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 3/11/1987 B 



2 1/21/1987 A 4 L 
2 1/22/1987 B 3 N 
2 1/25/1987 B 1 N 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



DUMMY BOMB LOST FROM AIR FORCE PLANE 

NO SIGN IS FOUND OF DUMMY BOMB 

NAVY DIVERS SEARCH FOR ARTILLERY StCLLS IN WATERWAY 

FAKE BOMB LEFT IN BAW ROBBERY 

BONDS 

SEE ALSO COLLEGES, N.C., BONDS 
SEE ALSO DUKE IWIV., BOND ISSl£ 
SEE ALSO GENERAL OE9.I6ATION BONDS 

SEE ALSO Jim Boros ,„ 

BILL ADDRESSES BIRIAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES 

BONE MARROU TRANSFIANTS 
SEE ALSO CANCER 
HIGH COSTS FOR AIDS DRUG UKELY 
PLED<SS ROLL IN 

'PEKFECT' DONOR FOUND FOR CHILD 
SNOW ALMOST BLOCKED BONE MARROU FLIGHT 
RALEIGH GIRL, 6, RECEIVES BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANT 
RALEIGH GIRL LISTED IN GOOD CONDITION ^ , 

TEST SCtCDULED KC. 31 FOR GIRL WHO RECEIVED BONE MARROU 



BONNIE BRAE FARM 

SEE ALSO DURWM, N.C., 
HISTORIC FARMHOUSE'S 
SAVE THE BONNIE BRAE 
HISTORIC plea: DON'T 



HISTORIC HOMES AND ailLDINGS 
FUTURE IMIEAR 



_ MOVE WRIGHT HOUSE 
OUT-OF-STATE FIRM GETS CIVIC CENTER JOB 
BONNIE BRAE OIWER WANTS HOME TO BECOI€ RESTAURANT 
TtC OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE 
PLAN TO M0'.€ BONNIE BRAE ENDOWED 
PR-ESERVE DURHAM'S HERITAGE 
BONNIE BRAE HOJSE MOVE PLAN ENDORSED 
MOVING MANSION BEST PRESERVATION SOLUTION 

BONSAI 

BONSAI TMIS ROOT IN DURHAM 

BOOK-BANNING 
SEE CENSORSHIP 

KOK CLUBS 

WHAT ARE ADVANTA(SS OF MAIL BOOK CLUBS? 

BOOK EXCHANGE _ 

BESTSELLER IS VARIETY AT WJRHAM BOOKSTORE 

BOOK FAIRS 

DURHAM ACAIEMY CELEBRATES BOO^S 

BOOK PUBLISHERS 
SEE PUBLISICRS 



BOCK TtCFTS 

SEE LIBRARIES, 



N.C., VANDALISM AND TfCFT 



BOOKER CREEK AF'ARTMENTS 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C., APARTItNTS 
MANA(£R CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

BOOKS, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO A LIVING CULTURE IN DURHAM (BOOK) 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 

SEE ALSO URITER-S, DURHAM 

IiURHAM'S REBIRTH HOPED FOR „ „, .„.„.^„ 

JULE CARR BIOGRAPHY IS CLASSIC CASE OF WRITER POSESSED BY A CHARACTER 
STORY OF DWHAM CHILDHOOD OFFERS HISTORIC LOOK AT CITY 
WAITER'S BOOK HIGHLIGHTS GEN. CARR 
DIJWM ANTHOLOGY AVAILABLE NEXT MONTH 

BOOKS, INTERtJATIONAL 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 2/07/1987 A 12 N 

H 2 2/10/1987 B 4 N 

H 2 3/13/1987 A 12 N 

H 2 11/13/1987 C 16 N 



H 2 6/18/1987 A 20 N 



H 


2 3/11/1987 C 




N C60 


S 


2 6/30/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 11/24/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 12/16/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 12/17/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 12/17/1987 A 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/18/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 1/06/1987 A 




P N H70 


H 


2 1/22/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 1/28/1987 C 




N L41 


S 


2 1/28/1987 A 




N H70 


S 


2 1/28/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


2 1/31/1987 B 




P P T37 


S 


2 2/03/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 2/04/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 2/04/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 2/07/1987 A 


4 


E 



S 2 3/27/1987 A 8 P F S27 

S 2 7/21/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 8/03/1987 C 1 P F S80 

S 2 10/29/1987 A 7 N 



S 2 3/28/1987 A 3 N 



1/19/1987 A 
2/22/1987 E 
3/01/1987 E 
3/06/1987 C 
11/26/1987 D 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



OFFBEAT history; THE BEST W^ffiRED BOOKS 

BOOKS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO DIKE IWIV. P(«SS 

SEE ALSO FICTION 

SEE ALSO IMAGES OF EXCELLENCE: CAROLINA BASKETBALL (BOOK) 

SEE ALSO N.C. LITERARY AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO FtJELISfCRS 

SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C. PRESS 

SEE ALSO WAITERS, N.C, 

CLEARING THE RECORD 

mt a«DEN BOOK DETAILS DELIGHTS OF MARKET BUIETINS 

LATE WRITER'S GARDENING BOOK Ff;INTED 

N.C. COLLEGES' TRIVIA BOOK PURSUED BY MANY 

mi SERVICE WILL DaiVER BOOKS BY UIRE TO THS AREAS IN N.C. 

KING'S BOOK ON UNC ALMOST VANISJO 

BOOK CHRONICLES 1979 RALLY SLAYINGS 

TAR HEEL PUBLICATION WINS NATIONAL AWARD 

HISTORIC CHAFEL HILL SCENES, NATURE PICTIRES DECORATE N.C. CAL£NDARS 

WRITERS' NETWORK COffERENCE (FFERS TIPS ON TEO*IIQUE, MARKCTING 

ST. ANDREWS REVIEW REDESIGNED TO SHOWCASE PARADE OF TALENT 

B(X3KS, REVIEWS 

SEE REVIEWS, BOOKS 

BOOKS, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CHILIREN'S BOOKS 
SEE ALSO NATIONAL BtffiK AWARDS 
SEE ALSO RARE BOOKS 
SEE ALSO REVIEWS, BOOKS 
SEE ALSO ROMANCE NOVELS 
SEE ALSO TEXTBOOKS 

OFFBEAT history: THE BEST HIWDRED BOOKS 

MOVIES ARE BOOJS AS EVER 

BOOKS BY WIRE 

mt SERVICE WIU DaiVER BOOKS BY WIRE TO THREE AREAS IN N.C. 

BOOKSTORES 

SEE ALSO ADULT BOOKSTORES 
NEW SERVICE WILL DELIVER BOOKS BY WIRE TO THREE AREAS IN N.C. 

BOOKSTORES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO ADULT BOOKSTORES 
BESTSELLER IS VARIETY AT DURHAM BOOKSTORE 

BOONE, N.C. 

MAN PLEADS GUILTY IN DOPED-COFFEE CASE 
BIKERS' RALLY A QUIET AFFAIR 

BOOSTER CLUBS 

SEE ALSO SPORTS, FANS 
mS. THAN W9,000 REPORTO T«<EN FROM BOOSTER CLUB 

BOOTH REALTY 

REAL ESTATE AGENT IDENTIFIES ROBBERY SUSPECT IN COURT 
KEY WITUSS REFUSES TO TESTIR IN ARMED ROBBERY TRIAL 
BURNETTE IiRAWS 10 YEARS 
GUILTY PLEA HrtLTS SECOND ROBBERY TRIAL 

BOOTLEGGING 

SEE ALCOHOL, ILLICIT SALES 
SEE DRUGS, SmX3ta.ING 
SEE MOONSHINE 

BOREDOM 

DON'T YAWN IN JULY 

BORDEN, INC. 



D — DATE- 



PAGE 197 
1/21/88 

S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



H 2 8/08/1987 A 4 T H 



H 


2 2/17/1987 A 


2 N 


S 


2 4/15/1987 B 


4 N 


H 


2 4/20/1987 A 


14 N D80 


H 


2 6/15/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 7/21/1987 B 


11 N 


H 


2 8/01/1987 C 


1 N L90 


H 


2 10/10/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 E 


3 U H45 


H 


2 11/15/1987 E 


3 P U H45 


H 


2 11/22/1987 E 


3 U H45 


H 


2 11/29/1987 E 


3 P R H45 



H 2 8/08/1987 A 4 T H 
S 2 12/02/1987 B 1 U C09 



S 2 7/21/1987 BUN 



S 2 7/21/1987 BUN 



H 2 8/03/1987 C 1 P F S80 



H 1 2/24/1987 B 3 N 
H 2 9/14/1987 B 6 N 



H 2 3/14/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 8/12/1987 B 3 N S82 

H 2 8/13/1987 A 15 N S82 

S 2 8/13/1987 C 1 N B53 

H 2 8/14/1987 B 3 N S82 



H 2 6/21/1987 D 4 E 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



CLOSINGS DftEH FIMI'S ATTENTION TO STATE 

BORON EIOLOGia«.S IfC. „^ ^^,^^ 

BIQTEC»«LK3Y CENTER AiWRDS GRANTS 

"^^STit^^T^A^TY ROCK FT^ !>€ EVEPY>^ B^ 

'"'' Slr^K^S:«:'TErr^.l"Si^r tell t>c story 

CELTICS STAY ALI^E, IXJ;f LAKERS BY 15 

U:j<ERS ANTICIPATE Wȣ, SWEET HOC 

ON T>€ ROAD AGAIN: CaTICS NOT THE SA>€ 

BOSTON SY*H)NY (S^HESTRA „^r_^, 
CILP PERFORMS UITW BOSTON ORCHESTRA 

BOTANICAL GARDEN _ 
SEE N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 



•UHITE LABORATORY RAT' IN GEfffTIC... 



BOTANY 

SEE ALSO N.C. BOTANICAL GARDEN 
SEE i!l.SO FUWS 

BOTANISTS USE TOBACCO PLANT AS 

\MP1 BLTTTERFLIES LIGHT 

BOTANIST AIMS TO SAVE ItFHAM'S RARE SPElIES 

m>E BOTAN ST'S aOf^tv MAY r£AN FODD FOR SPACE FLIGHTS 

^TANIST SEE1';S TO Sm. ENDANGERED PLANT SPECIES 

PUWT study: IT'S ANYTHING BUT DRY 

BIFHAM-BASED GROJP KEEPS M< EYE ON TVE TROPICS 

BOTTLED WATER 

SEE UATER, BOTTLED 

'°'^^TEl^B0'?^0i^C^ f^ffis ^ RESPOND FKOM BERLIN TEEN 

«^IE^'ScairY.N.C..BaiNDARIES 
SEE ALSO PROPERTY DISPUTES ^^ 

WATER, SEUER BOUNDARY LINE APPROVED 

>mi' SPELLS SIX ye;#s of trouble 

^^A^SH^^ki ^^& ^iYOUT 

"^^U^^'ffi^ 0. REX>^ BUYOUT 

BOUIE STATE \JHIV, SF€ftTS, FOOTBALL 

BOUIE STATE'S UINS ALERT N.C. CENTTWL 
riEFEN^ RULES ROCST FOR EAGLES 
DEFENSE SAVES EAGLES IN HOMECOMING WIN 

BOWL GAf€S 

^E COLLEGE BOW.S 

^"^SEE^ALSO DURHAM/ORANGE B0WLER5 ASSOCIATION 
SEE ALSO VILLAGETTES BOW.ING LEASJE 
ALLEY CATS HCtf. IN TCti<f€Y ^ ^ ^,^,^ 
ROGERS, ALLEN WIN UȣN'S BOtLING CRO'>*JS 
BOWLING TOURNEY BOCFITS fHimS 
BOWLING FCR DOLLARS, AND W^IKALS _ 

THJMPSON SAYS SENIORS A PLUS FOR VILLAGE BOIL 

5K ^^'h^'E^^ CELEBRATE 71ST BIRTHDAY IN STYLE 



S I T 
N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -fG L P BYL 



H 2 2/13/1987 B 3 N R80 
H 1 5/19/1987 C 5 N 
H 2 9/25/1987 D 4 R C81 



H 2 6/03/1987 D 1 P N 

S 2 6/05/1987 B 1 P U D18 

H 2 6/12/1987 C 1 P N 

H 2 6/13/1987 D 1 P N 

H 2 6/14/1987 B 1 P N 



S 2 8/20/1987 A 19 N 



H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 



1/06/1987 
4/12/1987 
7/04/1987 
7/25/1987 
11/26/1987 
11/29/1987 
11/30/1987 



9 
1 
1 
1 

18 

14 

1 



N 

F H45 
N M06 
N 
N 
U 

N rot 



4/29/1987 A 
8/21/1987 B 



6 P F 
5 P N 



H 2 8/28/1987 B 1 N Oi 

H 2 9/04/1987 C 5 N 

H 2 11/13/1987 BUN 

H 2 11/13/1987 BUN 



H 2 10/31/1987 B 1 P N 
H 2 11/01/1987 B 1 P N 
S 2 11/02/1987 D 5 P N A74 



2/08/1967 B 
2/22/1987 B 
4/16/1987 D 
4/18/1987 C 
6/02/1987 D 
6/16/1987 D 
6/30/1987 B 



11 
3 



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NONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



h 



VILLAGETTES LEAGl£ ROLLS INTO 26TH SEASON 

NEARLY 300 ATTEND BOWLING JAMBOREE 

LEAGUE PRESERVES ITS COMMLWITY ORIGINS 

BELFORD SETS RECCSyB WITH 299 AND 705 

SENIORS SPEND TIME AT ALLEY INSTEAD OF ON ffilORY LANE 

A REASON TO SMILE... 

'BOUL FOR BREATH' BE(€FIT FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS SLATED 

CORRECTION 

FA^F(WE/TOP BOJLERS 

TUG BOILING TOUR^EYS SET 

PARKER, DUNN WIN LEAGUE HONORS 

SUPER BOULER UMBEHANT PLAYS IN THE FAST LAf€ 

BOWMAN GRAY (OICAL CENTER 

SEE ALSO BAPTIST HOSPITAL (WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.) 
SEE (LSD BOWfAN GRAY SCHOa OF fOICINE 

TH?EE fCDICAL CENTERS EXPANDING 

NEW HEART TRANSPLANT GIVES N.C. MAN ANOTfCR CHANCE 

B0M1AN aWY HOSPITAL, ATiT F(KM PARTNERSHIP 

BOWiAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
SEE ALSO AIRCARE 

SEE ALSO BAPnST HOSPITW. (UINSTON-SALEff, N.C) 
SEE ALSO BOWMAN GRAY MEDICAL CENTER 

SOFT CONTACT LENSES MAY HARBOR HARtfUL BACTERIA— RESEARCHERS 

CONTACT LENS RISKS 

TV MOVIE TO PORTRAY FIGHT TO MARKET DRUG 

STUDENT'S AWARD-WINNING RESPIRATOR STUDY ALL IN VEIN 

CENTER CHIPS IN FOR SUPERSCOPE 

LAB BUILT TO PROTECT AIDS RESEARCHERS 

BOWMAN GRAY RECEIVES GRANT FOR ALZJ€II€R'S 

DOCTOR TO COMPARE BRAND NAI€ DRUG, GENERIC 

imm OF CALCIUM STUDIED AS CAUSE OF fCMORY LOSS 

PIONEERING SUR(£RY GIVES VALUABLE LESSON 

STUDIES SHOW 30 PERCENT OF tCMOPHILIACS INFECTED BY AIDS VIRUS WILL... 

BOXES 

WEYERHAEUSER TO BUY SIX PLANTS FROM (CAD 

BOXING 

SEE M.SO WfUm BOXING CLUB 
TYSON CONFIDENT OF WIN OVER 'BOfCCRUSHER' 
BO^ECRUSHER: TYSON GOING DOWN IN 1ST 
BONECRUSHER, TYSON PUT TITLES ON LINE 
TYSON WINS BY DECISION 

TYStW SCtCDULED TO DEFEND TITLE(S) IN MAY 30 BOUT 
F AN CO LLAP^S, DIES WATCHING BOXING MATCH 
LETTER TO A LEGEND 
FIGHT FAN DIES AT DUKE 
Tf€ RIGHT DECISION 

why not celebrity boxing? 

durham boxing club.* pwh grooms pugilists 

fanfare: eastern boxing 

fa^fare: something to prove 

F(!^ARE: BOXING QUALIFIERS 

FAhFARE: MARINES' TEAM TITLE 

BOXERS HOPE FESTIVAL SPARKS TURN INTO FLAMES OF INTEREST 

BOXING DRAWS TOPFLIGHT TALENT 

PATTERSON HAS REMAIfO TRUE TO 'HAND' THAT FED HIM 

GOLD MEDAL HIGHLIGHTS PATTERSON'S CAREER 

BANKS BANKING ON RIGHT MIX OF BOXING TALENT, PERSONALITY 

'PAPPY' HANDLES YOUNG BOXERS WITH KID GLOVES 

HEMBRICK GETS MEASURE OF REVENGE 

SUGAR RAY'S ARRIVAL SPICES UP FESTIVAL 

BA^g<S LACKS LUSTER BUT SHINES OVER HARD-EARt€D DECISION 

EAST'S EDDIE COOK TRADES BLOWS WITH NORTH'S ARTHJR JOINSON... 

SUGAR RAY SAMPLES FESTIVAL BOXING 

SOUTH BOXERS STORM INTO FINALS 

A FAMILIAR FACE 

BERTHS IN PAN AM BOX-OFFS AWAIT TONIGHT'S WI^S€RS 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
H 



E 
D 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



S 
E 
-DATE — C -P6 



9/08/1987 D 
9/20/1987 B 
9/22/1987 D 
9/30/1987 D 
10/06/1987 D 
10/11/1987 B 
10/23/1987 C 
11/10/1987 
11/22/1987 
11/29/1987 
12/20/1987 
12/29/1987 



PAGE 199 
1/21/88 

I T 
L Y 
L P BYL 

P N A76 

N 
P U A76 

N 
P N A76 
P P W62 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 
P N A76 



H 1 5/12/1987 C 1 N 
S 2 5/28/1987 C 5 N 
H 3 10/29/1987 B 3 N 



H 


2 1/01/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 1/06/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 3/14/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 4/15/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 4/30/1987 C 


22 


N D80 


H 


1 6/27/1987 C 


2 


N 


S 


2 7/08/1987 C 


9 


N 


H 


2 10/13/1987 D 


15 


N 


H 


2 11/20/1987 C 


5 


H 


S 


2 11/30/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 12/22/1987 D 


4 


N 



H 1 6/10/1987 C 1 N 



1/23/1987 C 
2/25/1987 D 
3/07/1987 D 
3/08/1987 B 
3/09/1987 D 
4/08/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/08/1987 
4/10/1987 
5/12/1987 B 
5/28/1987 D 
5/29/1987 C 
5/29/1987 C 
5/31/1987 B 
7/12/1987 G 
7/16/1987 B 
7/17/1987 C 
7/17/1987 
7/18/1987 
7/19/1987 
7/19/1987 
7/20/1987 
7/20/1987 D 
7/20/1987 D 
7/20/1987 D 
7/20/1987 D 
7/21/1987 D 
7/21/1987 D 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


U C36 


U D18 
E 

F A76 
N 
N 
N 
N 
F 
N 

N C36 
U D18 
N C36 
N C49 
N C36 
N C49 
N C49 
P F70 
U D18 
N 

P F70 
N 



C68 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL IND EX B Y 
1/01/1937 - 12/31/1937 



SUBJECTS 



BAM<S CAPTIKS THIRD GCLD 

msso « 

F^IwI^GOBENraXERS fCAN PIFE ENTERTAIWCNT 

bam<s, sxu flip sides of same coin 
fK o^ic coach likes boxi^« ftospects 

BfflCCRUSfO FALLS „,,..,.^rr 

'Ba£CRUSt€R' FWKRS RETIRE)€NT 
Ff^ARE/CRUSKER'S CAREER _^ 

FIGHTING WAY TO TOP IS THEIR MAIN EVENT 

BOY SCOJTS, DWWAM COl^fTY 
SEE ALSO EAOLE SCOUTS 
SCaiT EXFID FO. 7 

^sKS CAR RACE, 'WINTER OLEICS' 
SPIT AND SHINE 

occo^ca€E council to hcms^ lew towy 

SCOUTS HONOR lEAN _^^ ^^^ 

PHIL FORIi^fWSD TO BOY SCOTT DRIVt 

MYlcOUTS^sa^ING Ft)PCORN TO RAISE MOCY 

M)Y SCOUTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO EAGLE SCOUTS _^^ 

SCOUT LEATS? HONORED AT BANDIFT ,„,,^ 
STATE'S OLIiEST SCOUT TRODP STILL PREPAREB 
VO-UNTEER SCOJTS GET SERVICE AUARDS 
T}€ TOP RtM3 

BOY SOXJTS Cf AFRICA 
SEE i^SO EAGLE SCOUTS 
TeS TO KT MEDAL FCK RESCUING GIRL _ ^ ^ ,„^,^ 
HIS LIFE^ING SWIM IN COJ), CTOFfY SURF EARNS ^£R•0'S 
SOhE STILL THIhft OF OT>£RS 



fEDAL 



TRUSTEE 



BOYCOnS _ ,,^^ 

SEE Nl32 picket Llf£S ^ 

UNO STUDENTS PROTEST APARTJCID 
UfC SHCUJ^'T BUY bOOK FROM SOUTH (ifRICA 
Ba:*H'S W]TE ANGERS N"EU PROTEST GRCIP 
^EUYI^ BANREJECTED; TWJSTEE P3®EFS«JiniNG 
CITY'S BUSIfCSS fleck: SHADES CF ."CCARTHYISM 

speaker: U.S. mi lead s. africa sanctions 

^S^^^'I^ASTfci^'SR^rRESa:^ TRIAM^ ?m 

SANCTION WILL NOT HELP 

SANCTIONS HA<^'T i^3<."ED „ _ ,^ 

<^ITH AFRICA BILL KING TO SENATE FLCXIR 

SeWTE APFwis ft^RE AIICD AT OfMSING APARTHEID 

■Ml ANTI-^(«T>€ID (CASIJRES (iWPt«£ 

ICADLINE HAS W3USE WORKING INTO NlS^r 

T>€ SULLIVAN PRIffCIPLES A WHEL OF t10I£RATIQN 

EFFORTS TO REatATE ITINERATE MERCHANTS HIT SNAG 

DIKE PROF ELECTED TO HARVARD BOARD 

RJR NABISCO PLANS TO STAY IN S. Agl"...^ 

^L[&^?Ss?%lf^ Sl^lS^l PANEL AMBERS SAY 

DIVESTMENT hOTION FAILS 

ENaJRING HEALTW FOOD 

DON'T Pl^JISH ISRAEL ,^,^^ 

KH^lllfTS^^'^oS^ Sd^O^^! ^ICA 

S'^Vi^^K^^^T LIKE SANCTION. 

^ioffitwQ SsT SOUTH AFRICA; IN UNC ADDRESS, MRS. KING. 
COJNCIL SHOJLD SCRAP ANTI-APART>€ID PXICY ^^^^^„ 
cm REicTSBID BECAUSE OF STANDAGAINST APART>€ID 
FIRM WITH TIES TO SOUTH AFKICA LOSES CITY BID 



N 
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H 
S 
S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
S 

H 
S 



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E L Y 
C -PG L P BYL 



7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/23/1987 
7/23/1987 _ 
8/10/1987 B 
8/13/1987 B 
8/13/1987 D 
12/15/1987 D 



N C3A 
P F70 
U D18 
N 

N C3A 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N A76 



1/26/1987 
2/04/1987 
2/06/1987 
5/04/1987 
5/31/1987 
6/01/1987 
8/11/1987 
10/03/1987 
11/12/1987 



4 
5 
5 
3 
5 
2 

10 
16 
18 



L38 
F70 



H 1 1/30/1987 B 1 N 

H 2 2/08/1987 C 1 P N L90 

S 2 2/26/1987 C 4 N 

H 2 11/23/1987 A 16 P P 



S 2 12/30/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 12/31/1987 A 1 P N N36 
S 2 12/31/1987 A 4 E 



S 


2 


H 


n 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


O 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 




H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 




H 


2 


H 


n 


H 


2 


H 


n 


H 


n 


H 


n 


H 


n 

i. 


H 





H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 



2/26/1987 A 
2/27/1987 B 
2/28/1987 C 
2/^/1987 C 
3/05/1987 A 
3/24/1987 B 
4/24/1987 B 
5/06/1987 C 
5/14/1987 A 
5/15/1987 A 
5/22/1987 B 
5/26/1987 B 
5/27/1987 B 
5/28/1987 
6/15/1987 
6/19/1987 
6/19/1987 
6/23/1987 
6/25/1987 B 
6/26/1987 A 
6/27/1987 
7/09/1987 
B/11/1987 
8/30/1987 
10/02/1987 
10/14/1987 
10/24/1987 
11/13/1987 
11/18/1987 
11/30/1987 
12/08/1987 
12/08/1987 



1 

1 

1 

1 

4 

1 

1 

4 

4 

4 

1 
14 

2 

5 

4 
17 

10 

11 
1 

18 
2 
4 
4 
5 
1 
4 

11 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 



-LX630- MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 

1/01/1987 - 12>^1/1987 



COUNCIL SHOO FOJ-OJ PRINCIPLE OR DISCARD IT 

QIESTIONABLE hORALITY 

EDITORIALS INCONSISTENT 

EDITORIALS SEEM CONTRADICTORY 

CITY CITES APARTWID STANCE IN LOU BID REwECTIW 

ASINIIC PURCHASING POLICY 



SUBJECTS 



BOYS' CLUB 

SEE JOHN AVERY BOYS' 



CLUB 



BOYS' aUBS OF AfCRICA 

SEE ALSO J]HN AVERY BOYS' CLUB 
BOYS' CLUB AWARD UINiCRS 

BOYS' STATE (MAKE FOREST UNIV. ) 

NATHAN BURTON AND COREY LAt«ENCE PUW BOYS STATE TRIP 
CITY HALL BRIDGING GAP 

6RADBWN PLUHBING CO. 

LOU BIDDER FOR SCHOOL PLUMBING LOUER BY W,200 ON 2ND RO(M) 
PLWIBING CONTRACT AUARDED 

BRADFORD LIMOUSIIC ffiRVICE 
SEE M.SO LIMOUSIh£S 
LEAN LIMOUSIfES: EVERYBODY FEELS LIKE A VIP... 

BRADFORD PEAR TREES 

BRADFORD PEAR IS UORTH THE CtflE IT fEEDS 

BRADLEES 

CHAMBER OF COWERCE PLANS BUSINESS FAIR 
TRIANGLE'S fO STORES TO OPEN BEFORE HOLIDAYS 
DISCOUNT STORES MAY BE CUTTING THEIR OUN PROFITS 
UNION OF 2 HOSPITALS CELEBRATED 
BRADL£ES OPENS IN UESTGATE 
DWWAM SHOPPERS GOBBLE IF BARGAINS 

BRAG6T0UN BAPTIST CHURCH (ROXBORO ROAD) 
RETIREMENT PARTY 

BRAGTOUN 

BRAGTOIW HAS SOMETHING TO BOAST ABOUT: ITS LIBRARIAN 

BRAGTOIM SCHOOL 

PREP PAPERS COME OF AGE; SCHOOL NEWSPAPERS AID STUDENTS 

SUBSnTUTE TEACHING 

PRINCIP(«.S APPOINTED FOR SIX COWTY SCHOaS 

POLITICAL DEBATES HUNTING OJR SCHOOLS 

ORIENTATION fCLPS STUDENTS ADXST 

FOLLOUS (m ADVICE 

VOTERS WERE FENCO OFF 

REMEMBERING 

COMMITTEE SHOllD HALT INTIMIDATION OF VOTERS 

GfiOUTH EXPECTED TO KEEP PRESSURE ON SCHOM. SYSTEM 

BRAIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO CANCER 
BE>«FIT SALE TODAY FOR CANCER VICTIM 

BRAIN DtmX. 

SEE ALSO HEAD INJURIES 
Tf€RAPY OFFERS H(FE TO THOSE UITH HEAD INJURIES 
RO TAPE UNTANGLED TO GET INJURED GIRL INTO TRAWiA CENTER 
CHILD IN HOSPITAL UITH BRAIN INJURY 
COMPARATIVE FAULT MEASURE WCNDED, OK'D BY SENATE 
STUDENT'S AUARD-UINNING RESPIRATOR STUDY ALL IN VEIN 
JO»(STON COUPLE OFFERED mJKfCJKZ SUIT SETTLEiCNT 
*3 MILLION N.C. MALPRACTICE SUIT SEHIED 
FAMILY fCEDS HELP 

BRAIN INJURIES 



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12/11/1987 A 
12/14/1987 A 
12/16/1987 A 
12/17/1987 A 
12/18/1987 B 
12/22/1987 A 



E 

L 
L 
L 

N SSI 
L 



H 2 2/26/1987 B 8 P P F70 



S 2 5/22/1987 A 6 P P K30 
H 2 8/31/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 11/04/1987 D 6 N J40 
H 2 11/06/1987 C 1 N A54 



H 2 8/21/1987 B 2 P F C80 



H 2 11/29/1987 E 14 U B56 



10/24/1987 A 
10/25/1987 D 
11/02/1987 A 
11/03/1987 B 
11/03/1987 C 
11/27/1987 A 



N 

U L41 
N 

U H45 
N 
N U82 



S 2 8/24/1987 B 2 P P C45 



H 


2 


6/22/1987 A 


6 P F B38 


H 


2 


5/03/1987 D 


1 P F J40 


S 


2 


5/07/1987 A 


2 P P S76 


H 


2 


6/13/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


4 L 


S 


2 


8/28/1987 A 


1 Q S92 


S 


2 


9/11/1987 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


10/07/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


10/12/1987 C 


2 P P K30 


H 


2 


10/13/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


12/17/1987 B 


1 N J40 



H 2 5/09/1987 A 10 N 



s 


2 


1/06/1987 A 


7 P F 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 A 


14 


N 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/27/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 B 


8 


N 


S 


2 


9/01/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 


9/23/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


12/01/1987 A 


4 


L 



i 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 
1/01/1937 - 12/^1/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



SEE BRAIN DAMAGE 
SEE F€AD INJURIES 



BRAIN RESEARa^ 

SEE ALSO fOIDy. RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH 
RESEARCH CO. EXECUTIVE BELIEVES l€N DW leVELOP INTUITIVE PART OF BRAIN H 
diM. RESEARCJCRS FIMD CLUE FOR EPILEPSY CURE S 

Dl*E R£SEARCh€RS STUDY M0LECL8J« CLUES TO EPILEPSY P-REVENTION H 



BRAIN SUR(£RY 

BRAIN SURGERY ALLEVIATES EPILEPSY IN SOME CHILIKEN 

BRA« SPECIALH CO, INC. (ajRW*1 WHOLESALER) 
50TH AfiWIVERSARY OF W!RKING 

BRANCH ft^ING AND TRUST CO. 

L^COOFERATIVE TELLER FOILS BAW< ROBBERY 

EASTERN N.C. LEADERS GET GRIH FKIECAST 

TCA GETS $10,500 GIFT FROM BA^»C 

SHOLLD YOU SaL T>€ CHICKEN HOUSE OR REFIfWNCE YOUR MORTGAGE AT 10 

BRANCH BAf^ING AND TRUST CO., SALES WD EARNINGS 
BRANCH FTOFITS $7.8 MILUON FOR QUARTER 

BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO. (Pi^rfWaJAY FtAZA) 

BRANCH iJm OF UILSaS WENS OFFICE IN DURHAM 
SECOND BBiT OFFICE K^EKS IN [«3^AM 

BRANCH COfP. 

BBT TO ACQUIRE SANBLAPPER BANK 
BIG N.C. 2fm PROFITS MIXED IN FIR-ST OJARTER 
BAf*: CCW'lWIES, OTHERS MAKE FORBES 5O0 
BRANCH PROFITS t7.8 MiaiON FOR QUARTER 
HANDBOJK ^€LPS DETERMIfC COSTS OF MOTEL FfWTASY 
■ ENTREPfOCURIAL EXPO, SEMINARS FUV^O SATURDAY 

'ia.*fl"OWN' TRIANGLE WILL BE ON HIGWWY— HJT l*1ICH 0^€'' 
GETTING A^€AD: (*fFINS UILL BE ^T IN FUTIFE, THEY SAY 
M/WY INVESTORS FAIL TO REALIZE TfCY HMZ LEGAL RiafTS 

BRANCH CORP., SALES AND EARNINGS 
EARNINGS DIKST 

BRANCH CREEK 

BRANCH CREEK CLEANUP 

BRANDON LWIVERSm (CANADA) 
BRANDON GRAIXJATE SOUGHT 
LETTER IN 'HERALD' t€LPS FIND GRADUATE 

BRAYTON INTERNATIfflWL 

STEELCA^ BUYS HIGH POINT FIRM 

BRAHL 

TUO «€RICANS ON HUNGER STRIKE IN BRAZILIAN JAIL 

4 AhERICANS, SUSPECTED ARMS SMUaJLERS, EXTRADITED FRCM BRAZIL 

N.C. BAf*:S MISS LATIN LOAN CRISIS 

BEGIf*<ING OF DEF-RESSION? 

THIRD WORLD'S DEBT CRISIS IMPERILS UORLD'S ECCMMIES 

BUSIhCSS HIGH.IGHTS 

BREAD 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
bread: GREEN QGHT FCR DIETERS 
N,C. BAt^ERIES FINED $1 MILLION FOR BID-RIGGING 
MICRCUAVE EfEAU OASS SD£KA£D 
MICROWAVE BREAD CU^SS TO BE IN PAPXUAY PLAZA 
BOB BAKER MAKES H^EAD A BETTER MAY: IN MICROWAi,€ 



H 

S 

H 

1/2X? H 



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D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



2 1/04/1987 E 
2 1/20/1987 A 
2 1/21/1987 C 



7 T N 

1 N B85 

2 N D80 



2 10/08/1987 B 6 N 
2 6/21/1987 C 9 P P M66 



2 2/06/1987 A 12 N 

2 8/21/1987 A 8 N 

1 9/15/1987 B 1 N 

2 12/27/1987 B 7 U L41 



H 2 7/16/1987 D 



8/23/1987 D 
8/28/1987 C 



14 P N 
9 P P 



T37 



1/04/1987 D 

4/16/1987 D 

4/20/1987 B 

7/16/1987 D 

7/23/1987 B 

9/17/1987 C 

10/11/1987 D 

11/22/1987 D 

11/29/1987 D 



N 
N 
N 
N 

U L41 
U L41 
U L41 
U L41 
U L41 



2 10/14/1987 A 12 C N 
2 8/03/1987 C 5 P P K30 



2 3/25/1987 A 
2 5/19/1987 A 



H 2 6/14/1987 C 10 N 



H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


1/08/1987 A 
1/11/1987 A 
2/27/1987 C 
4/01/1987 A 
4/01/1987 A 
4/15/1987 A 


15 
6 
5 
4 
4 

15 


N 
N 
N 

L 
L 
N 


H 
H 
H 

H 
H 


2 
2 
2 
2 

2 


4/02/1987 C 
4/15/1987 A 
7/09/1987 C 
7/16/1987 C 
7/30/1987 C 


1 P F 

1 N 
3 N 

2 N 

1 D F 



H45 



H45 



BREAD 'N' BOARD CAFE 



-LX630- 



M N T H L Y / A N N U A L INDEX BY SUBJECTS 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



•ANYTHING FW AT BREAD 'N' H3ARD 

BREADMAN'S RESTAlflViNT (CHAPEL HllL) 
RESTAURWfT PILFERED 

^"^REAKFAST CHOLESTEROL CAN BE CUT 

BREAKFAST EXCHANGE aUB ^ ^ 

SEE DURHAM BREAKFAST EXCHANGE CLUB 

^fg^I^DR^S'?^^ W thing: SIX HEN ARRESTED IN BRE^-IN 
THIEVES GET $50, Ct^CK 

SEVEN HOMES ARE LOOTED OVER HOLIDAYS _^^^ 
T(y<EOUT BEER LEADS TO CARRBORO MAN'S ARREST 
mmS SIX YtARS for shooting, BREAK-IN 
OFFICERS ROUGfO UP TRYING TO NAB YOUTH 
MAN SAYS MOPED THIEF SHOT HIMIN LEG 
TEEN FACES AN ADDITIONAL CHARffi 
StCRIFF HOLDS 3 IN THEFT OF WIRE _ 

SOHARGED UITH BREAK-IN AT TREYBl«N BUILDING SITE 
THIEF NABS DIAMOND RINGS FROM HALL 
INMATE ON Um. RELEASE CHARGED IN EREAK-IN 
TVM CHARra UITH BREAK-INS AT STORAGE BINS 

THIEVES NAB COIffWER ^ 

4 TEENS ROB RESTAIRANT EMPLOYEE 

10-YEAR TERM FOR ATTEMPTED ASSAULT 

$14,000 WORTH OF GOODS TAKEN 

DURHAM CRIhESTOPPERS _ 

THIEF SNATC^ES TELEVISION, Vl^^ ^. ^,^ 

BREAK-IN REPORTED AT MOBILE HOME PLANT ^„ 

RESIDENT SHOT WJRING ROBBERY IN APARTMENT 

{USSK'thS-R HILLSK3R0UGH ROAD STORE 

BREAK-IN INVESTIGATED ^ „.^ ^^ 

VIRGINIA mt ARRESTED IN CAR, VCR THEFTS 
ROXBORO MAN ARRESTED ON BURGLARY CHARGES 

Si JwdI K CASES FOR TVE TROUBLE OF ONE 

THIEVES NAB JEWELRY „ , „„ . „„.,.^ 

JAIL-BOMl SUSPECT 'COULDN'T GO; ' DIDN'T 

PERSON MAN CHf«GED WITH BREAK-IN 

DURHAM CRIICSTOPPERS 

4 CHARGED IN HOUSE BREAK-IN 

JACKSON GETS TERM FW ROBBERY 

2 MEN ATTEMPT TO ROB UWAN 

TWO l€N CHARGO UITH BREAK-INS 

UINDOU BROKEN, TELEVISION SET STOLEN 

cffi TRAILS d6n'T stop INVESTIGATION OF BREAK-INS 

$1,000 REWARD OFFERED IN BREAK-IN 

STEREO EQUIPMENT, JEWELRY STOLEN 

MAN USES SNOWBALLS TO THWART ROBBERY 

MEN ROB SERVICE STATION 

HILLSIDE HIGH STUDENT CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

VJO CHARGED UITH SCHOOL BREAK-IN 

Sn;^ K'^n'^sIViON of BREAK-INS AT DOCTORS' OFFICES 

BOY, 15, CHARffiD IN HOU^ BREAK-IN 

7 BUSIICSSES REPORT BREW<-INS 

CRmMOOR MAN ACCUSED OF BREAK-IN AT RESTAURANT 

BURGLARS RANSACK HO^ES, TAI^CASH 

MAN JUST OUT OF JAIL ARRESTED ON NEW CHARGE 

THIEF TAKES JEiePY, BRANDY _,^_^^„ 

6 DURHAM TEEN-AGERS FACE BREAK-IN COUNTS 

SIX TEEN-AGERS FACE BREAK-IN CHARGES 

MAN CHARGED WITH SECOND BREAK-IN 

OflJTAINS, CLOCK TAKEN ROM HOME 

MAN IS ROBBED OUTSIDE MOTEL ^„„„,^^ „^,„ „^j,_. 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN OF RESIDENCE NEAR BAHAMA 



E 
D 

2 

2 



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-DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



1/16/1987 D 
7/09/1987 C 



6 P F U66 



7 N 



H 2 10/22/1987 C 2 U 



H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


? 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


n 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


1 



1/05/1987 

1/06/1987 

1/07/1987 

1/07/1987 

1/09/1987 

1/12/1987 

1/12/1987 

1/13/1987 

1/13/1987 

1/14/1987 

1/14/1987 

1/15/1987 

1/15/1987 

1/15/1987 

1/16/1987 

1/17/1987 

1/18/1987 

1/19/1987 

1/19/1987 

1/20/1987 

1/20/1987 

1/20/1987 

1/22/1987 

1/22/1987 

1/22/1987 

1/22/1987 

1/27/1987 

1/29/1987 

2/03/1987 

2/04/1987 

2/05/1987 

2/09/1987 

2/10/1987 

2/11/1987 

2/13/1987 

2/14/1987 

2/18/1987 

2/19/1987 

2/20/1987 

2/21/1987 

2/24/1987 

2/25/1987 

3/03/1987 

3/03/1987 

3/03/1987 

3/04/1987 

3/05/1987 

3/06/1987 

3/06/1987 

3/07/1987 

3/07/1987 

3/09/1987 

3/10/1987 

3/10/1987 

3/11/1987 

3/11/1987 

3/11/1987 

3/12/1987 



1 
1 
6 
6 

12 
1 

10 



B 10 

A 8 

C 

C 

A 

D 

A 

C 

C 

C 

B 

A 

C 

C 

B 

C 

B 

B 

B 

A 

C 

A 

D 

B 

B 

C 

A 

A 

C 

B 

B 

B 

B 

A 

C 

C 

C 

A 

C 

B 

B 

B 

C 

B 

A 

C 

B 

D 

C 

C 

B 



1 
15 

5 

7 

1 

4 

5 

1 

6 

2 

1 

1 

7 

2 

2 

2 
11 

9 

7 

5 

1 

1 

3 

17 

15 
1 

6 
1 
1 
6 
7 
1 
6 
1 

10 
1 
3 
1 
4 
1 
6 
3 
6 
3 
5 
1 
1 
1 



N M51 
N 

N 080 
N 
N 

N rsi 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

Q 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 



-LX630- 



HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



EFLAND MAN FACES BREAK-IN CHARGES 

ARREST FOLLOWS BREAK- IN OF BAR 

PO-ICE FIND INJUF.a MAN 

MAN CHARGED WITH TWO BREAK-INS 

CHASE ENDS WITH BREAK-IN CHAR13ES 

INTRUDER TRIES TO SNATCH FCX3D 

C>£UNING JWI(3^ HIGH RANSACKED 

DCUNING RANSACKED 

DLRHAM CRIfCSTOFPERS 

FOIWD IN FENCED LOT, hWN CITED FOR U«CENY 

mi f£LD IN BREAK-IN 

BREAK-IN CALL LEADS TO W:W3 ARREST 

THIERS TAKE CAR, TRY TO BURN IT 

HILLSIDE COACH CHARtSD IN CCWTJTER T}£FT RING 

MANAffl? CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN 

WALLETS SJOLBi AT CHJRCH 

THIEUES HIT COCTERY A 2ND TIfC 

TW CHARGED IN ROXBCRO BREAK-IN 

MEN amsa WITH BREAK-IN AT SWIM STORE 

BREAK-INS ARE REPORTED AT 4 ROXMRO BUSIi€SS£S 

THIEVES GRAB JEISLRY, GW 

iWEALS COURT UPHCOS SENTENCES IN AHACKS ON RETARDED GIRL 

2 CHARGED WITH POSSESSING STOLEN ITEMS 

THIEVES NAB STEREO ITEMS, RENTAL TV 

DURHAM MAN ARRESTED ON 11 CHARGES 

FRONT DOOR OF PERSON STORE KICKED IN 

D^HAM CRI(€ST[yreRS 

POLICE CHASE. CATCH SUSPECT IN BREAK- IN 

MAN CHARGEi IN SECOND EREAK-IN 

STUDENT CHARGED IN BREAK-IN 

DURHAM CRIfeSTCFftRS 

MAN CHARKD WITH BREAK-IN AT LANDFILL 

HOUSE BREAK-INS PROBED IN FRAW<LIN 

T}€FT FROM (ftHimiJ LEADS TO TEEN'S («ftEST 

BAKERY BREAK-IN CHARGED 

THIEVES SMASH WALL, ROB FIRM 

POLICE SAY THIEF KEPT RETIRING TO APARTMENT 

BREAK-IN DISCOVERED 

PERSON COIMY BREAK-INS PROBED 

WOMAN 'BUYS' (€CKLAC£ AT OlffflDINT 

2 CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN, SAFE THER 

THIEVES PRY OPEN FIRM'S DOOR, STEAL COt^UTER EfflJIFtENT 

CHAPEL HILL BREAK-INS SPUR PaiCE WARNING 

DURHAM CRIMESTOPPERS 

THIEVES HIT 2 W3f€S ON SPRUNT A(^. 

PRIDPERTY l^TH MCKE THAN «7,000 IS STOLEN 

CONSPIRACY CONVICTIONS OVERTli<NED IN BREAK-INS 

MAN THREATENS, ROBS WOMAN AT MCTa 

ORANK CRIME &XL9 SEEKS H<EAK-IN LEAK 

DLRHAM MAN FACES CHAR-GE OF ABDUCTION 

RESIKNT FINDS STRANGER' ASLEEP IN BED 

THIEVES NAB SILVER 

THREE FIRES SET IN HILLSIIE HIGH DICING BREAK-IN 

SERIES CF BREAK-INS HITS fCiaffiO^HOOD 

CASH REGISTER, MOCY STOLEW 

TWO AIR-CONDITIONING UNITS STOLEN 

STEREO ECJUIFtiENT REPORTED STOLEN 

JEICLRY STCLEN 

h\mPi\ fEN FACE Btfl^GLARY CHARGES IN CHAPEL HILL 

GRCCERY STORE BREAK-IN 

VANCE OFFICER'S PROBING BREAK-IN, S(«CRAaiNG 

THIEVES TAKE SLIDES, FWIITURE 

TWO TEENS FACE CH/tf;GES OVER BREAK-INS 

JEIELRY, MICROWAVE STOLEN IN SOUTHERN DRIVE BREAK-IN 

OFFICER HURT TRYING TO SERVE WARRANTS 

UNCONSCIIXJS SUSPECT 

THIEVES GET !X>£K'ATOR, COWRESSK^ 

GRAH^ MAN CHARGED WITH MEBAfC BREAK-INS 

MEN FACE SaiCITING CHAR'GES 



C T S 






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S 




I T 


N 


E 


E 




. Y 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 A 


12 


N 080 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 A 


12 


N ceo 


S 


2 


3/16/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


3/17/1987 C 




N 


H 


3 


3/18/1987 C 




N 080 


S 


2 


3/18/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


3/21/1987 A 


12 


N 


S 


2 


3/21/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 C 




Q 


H 


2 


3/23/1987 C 




N 


S 


n 


3/23/1987 A 




N 


s 


n 


3/24/1987 A 




N T85 


s 


2 


3/25/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


3/26/1987 B 




N 


s 


2 


3/28/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


3/'30/1987 B 




N 080 


H 


2 


3/30/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


3/30/1987 A 




N 


H 


1 


4/01/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


4/03/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


1 


4/08/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/08/1987 A 




N 


H 




4/08/1987 C 




N R53 


H 


2 


4/08/1987 C 




N 


S 


n 


4/13/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


4/17/1987 B 




N 


H 


1 


4/18/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


4/20/1987 B 




Q 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 C 




N 080 


H 


2 


5/04/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


5/11/1987 C 




Q 


H 


1 


5/13/1987 C 




N 


H 


T 


5/15/1987 B 




N 


H 


3 


5/15/1987 B 




N 080 


H 


1 


5/17/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


5/18/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


5/19/1987 C 




N 080 


H 


1 


5/20/1987 B 




N 


H 


1 


5/22/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


5/22/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


5/23/1987 C 




N 


S 


n 


5/26/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


6/05/1987 C 




N S92 


H 


2 


6/15/1987 C 




Q 


S 


2 


6/15/1987 A 




N 


H 


1 


6/17/1987 C 




N 030 


H 


1 


6/18/1987 B 




N R53 


S 


1 


6/19/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


6/20/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


6/20/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


6/22/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


6/22/1987 C 




N 


H 


9 


6/23/1987 C 




P N M51 


H 


2 


6/24/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


6/24/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


6/25/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


6/26/1987 A 




N 


S 


n 


6/26/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


6/27/1987 C 




N 080 


H 


1 


6/30/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


7/03/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


7/03/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


n 


7/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


S 


2 


7/07/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 B 


6 


^ ( 


H 


2 


7/13/1987 B 


1 


N M51 ' 



-a630- 



HONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12^^51/1937 



SUBJECTS 



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dS ^1ts^2o1ears for wounding deputy sheriff 
man arrested on break-in cwr(£ _ 
break-in suspect fil£s assault ojarges 
mobile home break-in invtstigated 
durham uoman stabs husband after break-in 

police chief's home is ransacked 

man found in snou building closet charged ,„,^,^ 

CARRHKO MAN t«ECKS CAR ATTE)«>TING TO ELUDE OFFICERS 

BREAK-IN PROBED fEAR HENDERSON „ 

PinSBORO tm CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AT STORES 

THIEVES CUT TH«)UGH CEILING, ^^CASH 

BREAK-INS AT SAME STORE CHARtSD TO TEEN-AGER 

MASON ROAD HWE BROKEN INTO, ROBBED 

THIEVES HIT MASON ROAD HCf€ 

MAN FACES BREAK-IN CHARGE _„^^^,„^ 

MOORMAN ORDER DISAPPOINTS PROSECUTOR 

TUO FRAhW-INTON BREAK-INS INVESTIGATED 

MAN ACCUSED OF BREAK-IN AT KROGER 

LIFE KTS 84 TIMES HARDER FOR DEFENDANT 

SPARGER ROAD THEHS PROBED , .„.,^™„r, 

THIEVES GET .£WELKY, COINS IN BREAK-IN AT APW^TtCNT 

tmmH FKEE, AWAITS ^OI TRIM. 

DURHAM mn ACCUSED OF SHOOTING TUO 

THIEVES CUT HOLES IN RQCFS OF SHOPS 

THIEVES CUT HOLE IN ROOF, BATHROOM rr>,.rvr,r^ 

DURHAM POLICE ARREST 6 MEN IN PROSTITUTION CRACKBOUN 

CRIMEST(PPERS TIPS LEAD TO ARRESTS 

MAN CHARGED WITH BEER HEIST 

CRIME GROUP SEEJ-ilNG LEADS 

DURHAM CRI^ESTOPF•ERS __ 

LOUISBURG STORE WINLCU SMASJCD 

MAN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT NiafTOUB 

SAFECRACKER CAUGHT IN RESTAURANT— PaiCE _^ 

4DArrn€ BREAK-INS PROBED AT S0UTH4EST IWWAM HOfCS 

DtMMH CRIftSTOPPERS 

FWWIN6T0N HOMES BURGLARIZED 

MAN FOUND INSIDE STORE IS CHARGO 

TEEN ACCUSED OF BREAK-INS 

POLICE LOOKING FO^ TV£ QWERS OF STOLEN GOODS 
THIEVES GET BOAT, SKI ITEMS 
FANFARE>^CU ARRESTS _„_^ 
FRAM<LIN COUNTY BREAK-IN PROBED 

nmHAH CRIiCSTOPPERS ^_ ^^^^^ 

CRIMESTOPPERS URGES CARE IN BREAK-IN AREAS 

85-YEAR-OLD SHOOTS BURGLAR 

TEEN CHARGED WITH 8 BREAK-INS „ „,^ ,„„. 

PXICE AND lEST BURLINGTON RESIDENTS TO DISCUSS. . .BURHJiRIES 

TUO BREAK-INS REPOR'TED IN FRANKLIN 

WANTED MAN RUNS, BUT NOT FAST ENOUGH 

THER CHARGES HEARING IS SET FOR 2 TEglS 

THIEVES HIT TRAILER, STEAL GUITAR, TAPE DECK 

TV AND FOOD STOLEN 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT ARRESTED WALKING AUAY FROM SCEhE 

LAKE ROYALE SUMMER HOME VANDALIZED 

BREAK-IN INVESTIGATED 

BREAK-IN INVESTIGATED 

DURHAM CRIffiSTOFfERS _^ ,^_ 

$2,500 IN PROPERTY TAKEN FROM HOfC 

MAN CHARGED IN BU?GU«IES ^^^^ ^^^ 

MAN IN (VARTMENT ACCUSED OF TUO BREAK-INS 

DRIVER'S LICENSE EQUIPMENT STOLEN 

DLRHAM CRIiCSTOffERS ^ „^ ^^^^^ ^^, 

STEREO EQUIPMENT TAKEN IN MOBILE HOME BREAK-IN 

INTRUDERS BREAK INTO ACADEMY; ROOM RANSACKED 

BREAK-IN DISCOVERED AT FURNITURE COMPANY 

DURHAM CRIfESTOPPERS „^ .,,^„ 

POLICE COMB BARBER SHOP, ARREST SUSPECT ^„ ^^„ 

POll^ S KMPOSITE DRAWING (F SUSPECT IN 6 DURtWM BREAK-INS 

REWARD OFFERED IN OXFORD BREAK-IN 



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2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 

2 

1 



7/13/1987 B 
7/14/1987 C 
7/14/1987 C 
7/15/1987 C 
7/18/1987 C 
7/19/1987 B 
7/21/1987 C 
7/23/1987 B 
7/24/1987 A 
7/24/1987 B 
7/24/1987 B 
7/25/1987 C 
7/26/1987 B 
7/27/1987 C 
7/27/1987 C 
7/30/1987 C 
7/30/1987 A 
7/31/1987 B 
8/01/1987 A 
8/01/1987 A 
8/01/1987 C 
8/04/1987 C 



8/04/1987 

8/05/1987 

8/06/1987 

8/06/1987 

8/06/1987 

8/07/1987 

8/08/1987 

8/10/1987 .. 

8/10/1987 B 

8/13/1987 B 

8/14/1987 B 

8/15/1987 C 

8/16/1987 A 

8/17/1987 C 

8/17/1987 A 

8/18/1987 C 

8/19/1987 B 

8/21/1987 B 

8/26/1987 A 

8/28/1987 C 

8/29/1987 C 

8/31/1987 B 

8/31/1987 C 

9/02/1987 B 

9/02/1987 B 

9/02/1987 B 

9/03/1987 B 

9/03/1987 B 

9/03/1987 A 

9/03/1987 A 

9/05/1987 C 

9/07/1987 A 

9/09/1987 B 

9/09/1987 B 

9/11/1987 C 

9/14/1987 B 

9/16/1987 C 

9/18/1987 C 

9/19/1987 C 

9/19/1987 C 

9/21/1987 B 

9/24/1987 B 

9/26/1987 C 

9/26/1987 C 

9/28/1987 C 

9/29/1987 C 

9/30/1987 C 

9/30/1987 C 



1 

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3 

3 

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13 

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8 

3 

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11 

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7 
1 
3 
4 
1 

15 
1 
9 
2 
2 
1 

15 
4 
4 
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Q 

N S82 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 080 

N 

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N 

N 

N 

N 

Q 

N 

N 

N 

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6 
10 
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6 
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N 

N 

N H60 

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N 080 

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N 

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N 

N B53 

N 

N 

Q 

N 

N 

N 

Q 

N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



RESIDENT SEES BURaAR LEAVING HER APARTMENT 

ROUKMCNT MAN KILLED IN BREAK-IN 

SUSPECT SLAIN AFTER BREAK-IN 

TW) DU<E STUDENTS CWlRGED IN BREAK-IN 

FOJR BREAK-INS INVESTIGATED BY FRAM<LIN OTICERS 

FOJR DURHAM MEN ARRESTED, CHARGED WITH BREAK-INS AT SEVERAL BUSINESSES 

DURHAM CRIICSTOPPERS 

POLICE PROBING MAIN ST. BREAK-IN 

OXFORD MAN HELD IN BURGLARY CASE 

MAN ARRESTED ON BURGLARY CtWRGES 

HOUSE BREAK-IN SUSPECT ARRESTED 

MAN HELD IN HOPE VALLEY TVEFIS; POLICE RECOVER $40,000 IN... SILVER... 

COURT ORDERS A NEW TRIAL IN BREAK-IN 

DU<HAM LAWYER ^€LFS MAN GET LIFE SENTENCE LIFTED FOR BREAK-IN 

ACCUSED ROBBERS FACE NEU CHARGES 

FOJR TEENS CHARGED UITH HOUSE BREAK-INS 

TELEVISIONS TAKEN FROM THREE HOMES 

POLICE PROK T>£FTS IN NORTH DURHAM 

POLICE CJfiCKING COLE MILL ROAD AREA BREAK-INS 

DURHAM CRIttSTOPPERS 

POLICE PROBE SERIES OF H0« WEiW-INS ON COLE MILL ROAD 

BREAK-INS INVESTIGATED IN FRAM<LIN 

THIEVES HIT HOfES IN FRANKLIN COJNTY 

TEEN ACCUSED OF FIVE BREAK-INS 

MAN CHARGED WITH mOJVER BREAK-IN 

BREAK-INS PROBED AT TWO CHURCHES IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 

TELEVISION, VCR AND GUNS TAKEN IN BREAK-IN 

HOMEOWNER W3LDS BREAK-IN SUSPECTS 

MAN CHARGED UITH KNIFING WOMAN 

BREAK-IN IS REPORTED AT LOUISBURG STORE 

CHATHAM DEPUTIES PR'OBE 9 BREAK-INS 

COUPLE CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH TEEN-AGE LARCENY RING 

TWO MEN CHARGED WITH BREAK-IN AT STORE 

BRtAK-INS REPORTED IN HENICRSON 

DURHAM CR'IfESTOffER'S 

TWO CHARGED IN VENDING THEFT 

CRIfESTOPPERS SEEKING BF£AK-IN I^FORMATION 

TWO PERSON BREAK-INS INVESTIGATED 

OXFORD POLICE SAY ARRRESTS MADE IN BREAK-INS 

TVREE TEENS CHARGED UITH BREAK-INS 

OVEN, JEIELRY TAKEN FROM HOME 

SAFE ST(LEN FROM THEATER 

BREAK-IN SUSPECT CHASED, ARRESTED 

OXFORD MAN CHARGED UITH CRJRCH BREAK-IN 

THIEVES HIT FOUR PERSON SCHOaS 

FOUR TEENS CHARGED UITH GIMGHOa BREAK-IN 

POLICE SEEK (CN W«3 ROBBED BROTICR, SISTER 

THIEVES TARGET HOPE VALLEY 

HO^E IS RANSACKED 

FRANKLIN COUNTY St€RIFF INVESTIGATING BREAK-INS 

MAN IS HELD, 2ND IS SOUGHT IN BIM3LARY 

BREAK-INS AT SCHOaS INVESTIGATO 

MEN amsns 

BREAKING AND ENTERING, AUTOS 

SEE ALSO AUTOS, LOCKING SYSTEMS 
BREAK-IN CALL LEADS TO STOLEN KEYS^CAR 
RADAR DETECTORS, RADIOS TIPPING THEFT LIST 
THIEVES RANSACK BAHAMA HONE 
VIRGINIA MAN ARRESTED IN CAR, VCR THEFTS 
POLICE CHARGE MAN IN STORE ROBBERY 
THIEVES GET MICROWAVE, aOCK 

2 MEN ATTEWT TO R^OB WOMAN 
8 CAR BREAK-INS REPORTED 

POLICE ASK FOR HaP IN SOLVING AUTO BREAK-INS; MAN CWRGED ... 

3 TEENS CHARGED IN CRIME SPREE 
THIE\€S TAKE .£lJaRY FROM CAR 

FIVE CHARGED UITH FELONIES AFTER SERIES OF CAR BREAK-INS 
5 CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH AUTOMOBILE BREAK-INS 
THIEVES TAKE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 



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16 





H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


11 


N 


H 


1 10/10/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 10/12/1987 B 


1 


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s 


2 10/15/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 10/22/1987 A 


16 


N 


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2 10/25/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 C 


3 


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2 10/28/1987 C 


1 


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H 


3 11/04/1987 C 


1 


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2 11/05/1987 A 


19 


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S 


2 11/06/1987 C 


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H 


2 11/07/1987 C 


2 


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1 11/07/1987 C 


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2 11/09/1987 B 


8 


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1 11/17/1987 B 


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1 11/18/1987 C 


2 


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H 


2 11/18/1987 C 


4 


N 


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2 11/20/1987 B 


5 


N 080 


H 


1 11/24/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 11/24/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 11/25/1987 C 


3 


N 


S 


2 11/27/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 12/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/09/1987 D 


6 


N 


S 


2 12/11/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/12/1987 C 


2 


N 080 


H 


2 12/13/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 12/14/1987 C 


1 


Q 


H 


2 12/14/1987 C 


4 


N 


S 


2 12/14/1987 C 


1 


P Q 


H 


2 12/15/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


1 12/18/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/19/1987 C 


6 


N 080 


H 


1 12/19/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/28/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/28/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/28/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


3 


N 080 


S 


2 12/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 12/29/1987 A 


1 


N B53 


H 


1 12/30/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 12/30/1987 B 


7 


N 


S 


2 12/^0/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 


2 12/31/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 12/^1/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 1/16/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 1/17/1987 A 


8 


N f51 


S 


2 1/20/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 1/22/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 1/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 2/12/1987 A 


16 


H 


S 


2 2/13/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


3 3/11/1987 C 


2 


N 080 


H 


3 3/14/1987 C 


1 


N BIO 


H 


2 3/15/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 3/17/1987 A 


3 


N 


H 


2 3/19/1987 A 


15 


N 


S 


2 3/19/1987 C 


5 


N 


S 


2 4/22/1987 A 


13 


N ' 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



Y SUBJECTS 



I 



CtR BREAK-IN PROBLEM ESCALATING, DURHAM OFFICERS SAY 

THIEVtS NAB SILVER __ ^^^ 

THIEVES TAKE JEWELRY FRW CAR 

THIEF GETS PHOTOCOPYING CIRCUIT PARTS 

EIGHT CAR BREAK-INS 

[^f2ua?S-^S^^Ri^Tl!l 9 YEARS 

^°S'glS iS ^ SllSI. ,12,000 IN STOLEN PROPERTY SEIZED 
POLICE LOOKING FOR THE OUICRS OF STOLEN GOODS 

CRIME LEADS SOUGHT 

TOOLS ARE TAKEN FROM PICKUP TRUCK ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ 
TrtSE NORT>€ftN STUDENTS ACCUSED OF CAR BREAK-INS 
CAR BREAK-INS REPORTED 
2 TEENS CHARGED WITH CAR BREAK-INS 
PSYCHIATRISTS tCLP IKNTIFY WOMAN 

GRAND JURY INDICTS 15 

jmi ACCUSED OF TAMPERING UITH PARKED CAR 

CARVER CHARGED UITH ANOTICR CAR BREAK-IN 

AUTO THIEVES HIT ALMOST DAILY, SAY DIRHAM POLICE 

THIEVES HIT CAR, TAKE CASHiCLUBS 

UNC SMITH CENTER EVENTS BREED CRIME, POLICE REPORT 

TUO RADIOS STRIPPED FROM TRACTOR 

17 CHARGED UITH CAR BREAK-INS 

MAN FLEES POLICE, HIDES IN APARTMENT 

THIEVES HIT CW«i DEPUTIES URGE HOLIDAY CAUTION 

cm TAKEN FROM TRUCK „^ 

ALSO 'TIS THE SEASON FOR DURHAM THIEVES 

OVEN, vEUELRY TAKEN FROM WME 

THIB«S TARGET HOPE VALLEY 

GOLD COINS STOLEN FROM DUPHAM MAN 

BREAST CANCER 

^ AL^ DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, BREAST CANCER CLINIC 
SEE ALSO tWMMOGRAPHY 
SEE ALSO IWSTECTOMIES 

ffi TO Hap'^RKEARCHERS FIGHT FOUR STATE HEALTH PROBLEMS 

UNC MAKES BREAKTHROUGH IN BREAST CANCER RESEARCH 

BREAST-SCREENING CLINIC SCHEDULED 

DUKE HOSPITAL OFFERS SCREENING FOR BREAST CANCER 

DUKE PLANS BREAST SCREENING CLINICS 

UaJT>ACK'S YOU OK AFTER SURGgY „^,^„ 

WKE topic: RECONSTRUCTIVE BREAST SURKRY 

DIKE HOSPITAL PROVII£S BREAST EVALUATION CLINIC 

BREAST CANCER 2ND MOST COfWON IN AJCRICAN WOMEN 

TRIBUTES TO COff ASSIGN 

MRS. MARTIN HAS BIOPSYi GROWTH 'ENTIRELY BENIGN' 

MRS. MARTIN'S TESTS SHOW NO CANCER SIGNS ^^^„ 

mSmOGRAM DEMiWD UP IN AREA FOLLOWING MRS. REAGAN'S SURGERY 

COMBINED MASTECTOMY, RECONSTRUCTION BENEFITS NOTED 

CENTER PLANS BREAST CANCER PROGRAM 

BREAST RECONSTKUCTION SURGERY 
SEE ALSO MASTECTOMIES 
SEE ALSO PLASTIC SURGERY 

DU<E TOPIC! RECONSTRUCTIVE BREAST Sl^GERY 

HEALTH FAIR TO EXAMINE PLASTIC SmXKi 

mKram ra1A^mup in area following mrs. reagan-s surgery 

COMBINED MASTECTOMY, RECONSTRUCTION BENEFITS NOTED 

BREAST S\WEfC( 
SEE MASTECTOMIES 

BREATHALYZER TEST 

SEE ALSO BLOOD TESTS 
SEE ALSO DRUt^EN DRIVING 
SEE ALSO HEALTH SCREENING PRCM3RAM 
>AJDGE'S DECISIONS RAfffLE UMEN, MADD MEMBERS 



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5/20/1987 B 
6/22/1987 C 
6/30/1987 A 
7/20/1987 C 
7/23/1987 C 
7/24/1987 B 
8/04/1987 B 
8/07/1987 B 
8/20/1987 B 
8/21/1987 B 
8/22/1987 C 
8/26/1987 C 
8/29/1987 C 
9/10/1987 A 
9/17/1987 B 
9/23/1987 C 
10/20/1987 A 
10/22/1987 A 
10/23/1987 A 
10/24/1987 B 
10/24/1987 A 
10/28/1987 B 
11/05/1987 B 
11/05/1987 C 
11/07/1987 C 
12/08/1987 C 
12/10/1987 B 
12/10/1987 A 
12/19/1987 C 
12/29/1987 A 
12A31/1987 C 



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1/06/1987 A 

1/14/1987 B 

5/21/1987 A 

5/28/1987 B 

5/29/1987 C 

7/16/1987 B 

8/21/1987 C 

8/31/1987 A 

10/01/1987 A 

10/07/1987 A 

10/24/1987 A 

10/27/1987 B 

10/28/1987 C 

10/30/1987 C 

11/30/1987 B 

12/03/1987 B 



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4 
11 
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13 
16 
9 
4 
4 
3 
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1 
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N M51 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 080 
N BIO 
N BIO 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N 080 
N 080 
N l«l 
N 

N 080 
N 
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N BIO 
N B53 
N 
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N B53 
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E 

N 

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N 

N 

N D80 

N 

N D80 

N ISO 

G 

E 
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N 
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N D80 

N K65 



H 2 8/31/1987 A 13 N D80 

S 2 10/14/1987 A 1 N M06 

H 2 10/30/1987 C 1 P N C60 

H 2 11/30/1987 B 1 N D80 



H 2 5/13/1987 C 1 P N S82 



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HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12A51/1987 



S U B J E 



BOAT-H?EATfWLYZER ^EAStl?E HITS SNAG 

OFFICER'S WIFE IS ANGRY 

BICYCLE RIIER CHARC^ED WITH DRIMIN DRIVING 

FIVE-MINUTE CHAS£ ENDS WITH FILING OF 10 CHAR(SS 

BREATHALYZER QUESTION ANSUEREB WITH MISTRIAL 

T>€ BREATH TEST 

BLOCD-ALCOHtL TEST ALLOUEL IN MANSLAUafTER TRIAL 

OFFICER INJURED TRYING TO GI<^ hAN A BREATHALYZER TEST 



BRENDLE'S INC. 

BRENDLE'S INC. REPORTS EARNIfWS DOWN 
EARNINGS DIGEST 



USX 



BREVARD, N.C. 

yOHAN KILLED AT BftEVAPH STCKE 

STRONG QUAKE IN ILLINOIS FELT FROM MISSOURI TO N.C. 

TRANSLYVANIA COUNTY NA}£ TOO DISMAL, COW'ANY SAYS 

BRIAN SOUTH i CO. 

PANa APPROVES ARRANGEMENT TO CCmTTE BLACKNALL HOJ^ 

TfC BRIARHOPPERS 

THANKS TO TfCSE PEOPLE FOR ffiJ'ING TV£ ENO (CONTINl£D) 

BRIARM50D NURSING H0^€ 

WIFE INDICTO ON MW<DER CHAR(S IN WJSBAND'S DEATH 
MAN (£TS 30 DAYS FOR ATTEMPTED ASSAULT 
MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ATTEMPTED ASSAULT 

BRIBERY * 

POSTAL SERVICE SHOULD CLEAN UP ITS ACT FIRST 

SUGAR MOUNTAIN OFFICIAL CWRGES LEGISLATOR TRIED TO GAIN FAVORS 

TEADCR CONVICTED OF ACCEPTING BRIBE 

BRICE STREET mfD 

POP GOES T« ^WSIC, FIRBfflRKS ON JULY 4TH 
T« BRICE STREET BAND (AD> 

BRICKLAYERS 

SEE ALSO MASONRY 
^€LPING HAWJS 

WICKS 

SEE W.SO MASOi^Y 
fCW GARDENS E>«ANCE HOUSE'S OLD AURA 
ABSORBING TASK 
THIS PRINTED 'GOSPa' tffARENTLY IS TRUTHi fflCY Tf£ FACTS VARY 

BRiay. COUPLES (HERALB CQLUm) 
SEE MARRIAGES, DURHAM 

BRIDEGROOMS 

SEE ALSO lODINGS 
T>€ ELEGANT LOOK: MALE WEDDING ATTIRE STRESSING CLASSICS (WITH FU^IR) 

BRIIGE TOIJ?NAi€NTS 

SEE ALSO FRieiDLY CITY SECTIONS BRIDGE TOU^WCNT 

SEE iy.SO GAMES 

SEE ALSO hCRALD-SL'N TROPHY 

BRIDGE TOUW£Y TO RAISE MfflCY fm SCHfLARSHIPS 

BfillCE TOW»^i€NT BEGINS FRIDAY 

BRID(£ TOLTWAfENT KICKS OFF FRIDAY 

BRIDGE SEMINARS SET 

BRIDGES, D«<HAM 
BALANCING ACT 

mJSEl^ (£TS 16 PLANS FOR miW£ 
TREYRffJN ROAD, BRIDGE OK'D BY COMMISSIONERS 
BOARD OKS RflAD, BRIDGE IN TREYBWN 
PEOPLE LRGE CAREFUL LOOK AT ENO SEWAGE-PLANT PLANS 



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N 
P 


S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -re L P BYL ' 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 5/15/1987 B 
2 5/19/1987 A 
2 5/19/1987 C 
2 6/19/1987 B 
2 6/26/1987 A 
2 8/24/1987 A 
2 12/02/1987 C 
2 12/20/1987 B 


1 
4 
5 
3 

18 
4 
5 

12 


N L40 
L 
N 
N 

N S82 
E 

N S82 
N 



H 2 6/04/1987 D 8 N 
H 2 12/15/1987 C 5 N 



H 2 4/14/1987 C 3 N 
H 2 6/11/1987 A 1 N 
H 2 9/13/1987 C 4 N 



H 2 8/28/1987 B 1 N 



S 2 6/30/1987 D 12 P F 



H 3 8/04/1987 B 1 N 080 
H 2 11/05/1987 C 6 N U27 
H 2 11/10/1987 C 3 N U27 



H 2 4/22/1987 A 4 E 
H 1 6/18/1987 B 2 N 
S 1 8/19/1987 A 6 M 



S 2 7/02/1987 D 2 P I 
S 2 7/04/1987 A SPA 



H 2 11/28/1987 A 7 P P T37 



H 


3 


5/22/1987 B 


1 P N L90 


H 


2 


5/30/1987 C 


1 P P K30 


H 


2 


9/20/1987 F 


1 P N 



H 2 4/22/1987 B 1 P F H45 



2 1/16/1987 A 16 N 080 

2 2/04/1987 B 1 N 

2 2/05/1987 C 8 N 

2 4/02/1987 A 10 N 



1/03/1987 A 
3/18/1987 C 
8/11/1987 C 
8/11/1987 A 
8/14/1987 C 



5 P P F70 
1 N S33 
1 N A54 
1 N B85 
1 N B85 



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) 



BROGDEN BRIDGES; Tl€Y ALL FALL DOW, 
OVER AND mXR 



BUT ONE STANDS THE STRAIN LCM£R.. 



I 



BRIDGES, N.C. ^^^ 

SEE ALSO COVERED BRIKSS 

SEE ALSO HERBERT BOWER BRIDGE 

^E ALSO LINN COVE VIADUCT 

SEE ALSO SKEENS MILL BRIK3E 

SEE ALSO WASHINGTON BAUM BRIDK „„.,„,^, 

BRIDGE SINKS 11 MILES SHORT OF KSTINATION 

BRIDGE DAMAGED 

ALAMANCE BOARD CONSIDERS SUIT OVER COiMY JAIL 

N.Y. BRIDK DISASTER SHOULD BE A UARNI(« 

^ffiSH.'P^Slc^^ W-^EROUS BRIICES FROM REPAIR 
STATE FACES DEADLINE TO REFIACE SRIWE. 

ABANDONED BOAT SETS BRIDGE AFIRE 

MOTORISTS DELAYED BY REPAIRS TO BURtCD BRIDGE 
TECWIQUE USED TO SAVE BRIDGES TRIED IN N.C. 

NEW BERN BRIDKS HAVE SEVERE PROBLEM 

SOME LOVE, OT>£F;S HATE SUNSET E€ACH PtMTtMN BRIIGE 
PARKWAY VIAOJCT A BRIK3E BUILT FROM T}€ TOP DOUN 
UALKIM3 TJ€ LINES „ ^^ 
BRIDGE AT UILMINGTON BEING RENAMED ^ ^_ ^ 
PLW^^FOR BRIDGE OVER 1-85 AT GRAHAM BEING O^STIWO 
2={«NTH-0LD CHILD KILLED, 10 HURT IN WRECK ON BRIDGE 
N.C. HAS ONLY TWO COVERED BRIDGES LEH 

BRIDGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ACCIDENTS, BRIDGES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO DRAUBRIDGES 
N.Y. BRIK3E DISASTER SHOIO BE A UARNING 
DON'T LIGHTEN STANDARDS 
W?TTtRCS IN TROUBLE 

VdeM^TRATION' PRa£CTS KEEP DANffiROJS BRIW3ES FRW REPAIR 
IWE. PAIR DEVELOPING BRIDGE SAFETY GAUK_^„ 
DU<E PROFS FIND UAY TO DETECT FbUO BRIDGES 

BRIDGES FOR PEACE 
SEE ^SO PEACE 
SOVIETS' VISIT CALLED 'CITIZEN DIPLOMACY' ^^^.„ 

TWO SOVIET ECONOMISTS TO VISIT ELON COLLEGE MONDAY, TIESDAY 
CHECKING an TV£ BOSS 
SOVIETS BRING GRASSRtKTS SIOTIIT TO N.C. 
SOVIET COMPOSER, ROCK STAR FERS GORBACt€V IMPACT 
aX>nm RETIREES \€fift TALES OF SOVIET LIFE 
SOVIETS VISITING TRIAN(X£ PRAISE SIGNING OF TKEATY 
LOCAL GLASNOST 

BRIGADOCM< (PLAY) .^„..,™.,. 

DRAMA GROUP TO PRESENT 'BRIGADOO^' 
WEE HOOF N' HORN MUSICS HAS SOfC BONNY SINGING 
'BRIGAMCN' TCffl BIG FOR STUDENT TROJPE 

BRIKjS & RISjS AUTO SALES 

2 USED-CAR DEALERS ARE ROBBED 

BRIKff LEAF CIVITAN CLUB _ 

3 DURHAM CIVITAN aUBS HONORO 
RECOjNIZED 

HBi OFFICERS, TOP CIVITANS 

BRIGHT l£ff HOEDOVW 

YMCEYVILLE HOEDOW* SEPT. 26, 27 

BRIBfT WORLD CHILD DEVELCFfCNT CENTO 
BRINGIM3 ON SPRING 

BRiafTLEAF MUSIC WORKStCP 
SEE M.SO MUSIC 



D — DATE- 



S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 



S I T 
E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



10/08/1987 C 
12/19/1987 C 



1 P U S92 
6 P P S76 



H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


S 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


s 


2 


s 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 



1/10/1987 
3/13/1987 
3/25/1987 
4/09/1997 
4/18/1987 
5/18/1987 
6/26/1987 
7/09/1987 
7/10/1987 
7/10/1987 
7/31/1987 
8/04/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/24/1987 
11/18/1987 
12/12/1987 
12/24/1987 
12/29/1987 



18 N 

14 P P 
1 N 
4 E 

11 P P 
4 U 
6 N 

17 N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

7 P P 
2 N 

1 N 

2 N BIO 
6 N 



2 4/09/1987 A 4 E 

2 4/27/1987 A 4 E 

2 5/01/1987 A 4 L 

2 5/18/1987 A 4 U 

2 9/07/1987 A 17 N D80 

2 9/11/1987 A 14 N 



12/01/1987 C 
12/03/1987 B 
12/08/1987 C 
12/09/1987 A 
12/09/1987 A 
12/10/1987 A 
12/11/1987 A 
12/12/1987 B 



H 2 4/05/1987 C 9 
S 2 4/16/1987 D 5 
H 2 4/17/1987 D 6 



N B85 

N H60 
P L38 
N K65 
N B85 
N N36 
N E85 
P K30 



N B80 
R U63 
R W66 



S 2 5/11/1987 C 1 N 



S 2 7/15/1987 B 6 N 
S 2 9/11/1987 C 2 P P L38 
S 2 9/28/1987 C 4 P P R76 



H 1 9/18/1987 C 4 N 
H 2 5/29/1987 B 5 P P R76 



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5TH AIMJAL BRIGHTLEAF mJSIC UOWStW OPENS SATURDAY AT DUKE 
WSIC WORKSHOP SHOW'S DRESS RE}£/«SAL OfQSD 

BRIGHTLEAF SQUARE 

SEE ALSO LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACO) CO., UARETOUSES 
FOOD, UlfC SHOW OFFERS lELICACIES 
'MADAM KJTTERFLY' 

'MADAME BUTTERaY' UINGS IT THIS WAY 
SORROJ IS ^€R JOY 
BUTTERFLY'S OUTSIDE 

mx^ butterfly: 'cross-cu-Tur^' favorite opens in Durham.. 

'MADA« BUTTERRY' O^ERA IN STREET A ^Y TO KHOLD 
OPERA SHINES IMCR THE STARS 
FIRST-NIGHTERS FROLIC FRIDAY AT BRIGHTLEAF 
'BUTTERFLY' TALK 

BRIGHTLEAF OPERA GETS FINESSE FROM MJRHAM'S BEST PINKERTON 
GROUING UP UITH JACK BEfWt EAVESDROFPINQ ON SCRI PT BA YS... 
GROUIfffi IF UITH JACK BENNY! SHOE STORE FITS f€R BETTER... 
THE DEVELOPER fm HIS RmX. AROM) TOUN 



BRiafTW BEACH fCMOIRS (FILM) 

FAMILY- JOKE ENDING FLATTENS SIMON'S 

BRINKS' ROBBERY 
SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 



'MDWIRS' 



BRITISH AIRWAYS 

hCU RDU HUB SPARKED BRITISH AILINE'S INTEREST 

CONCORDE BACK IN N.C. 

CONCORDE CANCELS PLAWO RDU LANDING 

BRITISH AfCRICAN FESTIVAL 
SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DURHAM 
SEE ALffl N.C, QUAI^ICENTENNIAL 
AMERICA'S 400TH— RDCMBER THAT?— WVtf^ UP IN AUOJST 

BRITISH BROADCASTING CORP. 

DU(E PROFESSOR A HIT IN BRITISH TV PROGRAM 
LIBRiWY SHOWS PROFESSOR'S BBC PROGR/W 

BRITISH BROADCASTING CC«P. , SYlfTONY 

Tf£ CONTINUING EDUCATION IF NIGEL KENfOY 

MAESTRO 

CLEARIM3 Tt€ RECORD 

BBC OROCSTRA PROVES ENGLISH MUSIC ALIVE AND lELL 

BBC! SERIOUS MUSIC, FUN SHOW 

l«ITERS COIff'ARE NOTES AT PARH 

BRITISH HONDIRAS 
SEE BELIZE 

BRITISH OPEN GOLF TOURftY 
SEE ALSO GOLF 
YEAMAN'S AfMJAL TREKS TO HOMELAND FUJ. OF ADVENTUFE 

BRITISH PETR0LEW1 

FIRMS SHOULDN'T EXPECT QOVERt«€NT BAILOUTS 

BRIHANY WOODS 

PLANNING BOARD ENDORSES ZONING FOR INDUSTRIAL PARK 
PAfffL EYES REZONING FOR HOTEL TONIGHT 
OTfCR LAND-USE REQUESTS OK'D 

BROAD ST. 

DEVEL(PI€NT STILL IN PLANNING STAGE 

BROADWAY, N.C. 

SAMUEL VERNON STEVENS JR. , FORMER MAYOR CF BROADWAY 



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S 


I T i 


N 


E 


E 


L Y ' 


P 


D 


— DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


7/30/1967 A 


13 N J40 


H 


2 


8/04/1987 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


4/30/1987 C 


5 N 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 D 


7 N 


S 


2 


5/21/1987 D 


12 N 


S 


2 


6/04/1987 D 


1 P F B71 


S 


2 


6/04/1987 D 


2 N 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 D 


1 P F W66 


H 


2 


6/06/1987 C 


1 R U66 


S 


2 


6/06/1987 A 


11 P R CSS 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 A 


6 P U H45 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 D 


9 P P 


H 


2 


6/16/1987 C 


3 R W66 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 B 


1 P F H45 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 B 


1 F H45 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 A 


1 P N L41 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 D 


2 R S66 



2 2/27/1987 B 

1 4/03/1987 C 

2 6/17/1987 C 



H 2 7/07/1987 B 



1 N M97 
1 P P 
1 N 



U W66 



H 2 6/19/1987 A 19 N D80 
H 2 11/10/1987 B 2 P U H45 



1/02/1987 
1/09/1987 
1/13/1987 
1/15/1987 
1/16/1987 



1/20/1987 B 



W66 



C58 

DIO 

U H45 



H 2 7/19/1987 C 14 P N C49 
S 2 10/30/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 3/04/1987 C 1 N M06 
S 2 4/13/1987 C 1 N M06 
S 2 4/14/1987 C 1 N 



S 2 5/11/1987 C 1 N W82 
H 2 11/07/1987 A 8 



HWADWAY AT DIKE SERIES 



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S I T 

E L Y 
C -PG L P 



BYL 



SEE DIKE l«IV., BROADUAY AT DUKE SERIES 

BROADWAY BOIM) (PLAY) 

PRE-BROADUAY PLAYS PROOJCE AMBASSADORS 

BRODIE THE BULL 

SEE DURHAM, N.C., MASCOT 

BROGDEN MIDDL£ SCHCCL „ 

BROGDEN PRINCIPAL TARGET OF GRIEVANCE 
SCHOX BOARD AIRS BROGDEN UOES 
UAHS SCHOOL GETS NEU ACTING PRINCIPAL 
GRIEVANCE AGAINST PRINCIPAL AT BR'OGDEN ON AGENDA TODAY 
DURHAM PRINCIPAL HELPS WRITE U.S.^EDUCATION^PORT 
MOTHER PF STUDENT PLEADS NO CONTEST TO ATTENDANCE CHARGE 
BOARD SAYS PRINCIPAL'S REPRIMAND 'WROPER' 
PRINCIPAL ORDERED TO WORKSHOP OVER GRIEVANCE 
GIVING INFORMATION ON PRINCIPAL L£GAL 
SCIENCE CLASS' SPACE Sf*JTTLE 
SCHOOL STAFF WORKING LATE TO END YE^^„ 
BIDS ON SCHOOL BOILER WJST BE RECONSIKRED 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD TO REBID BOILER PROJECT 
CITY SCHOOL BOARD CANCELS BOILER jm. 
SCWX GETS PRINCIPAL; BOILER BIDDING DELAYED 
SCHOOL BOARD ffl<S BOILER BID 

gS^lE^g, WST'FS WJUN, BUT ONE STANDS THE STRAIN LONGER... 

^'^""^NDrS^feSTpS^ NOT GUILTY OF TEACHER ASS^T 
PRINCIPAL ACQUITTED (f ASSAULT 
JUDGE TRIVIALIZES TEACICR ASSAILT CASE 

BUMPER CARS IN HOSPITAL HALLS: CONFINEMENT WITH BROKEN LEG... 

^"""wTOKLYN F^ KNOCKS OUT 40,000 PHONE LlhES; NORT^£RN TELECOM... 
TELEPHONE SYSTEM INSTALLED IN RECORD TIME 

BROOKLYN COLLEGE SPORTS, BASKETBAU 
UOLFPACK ENJOYS BREATHER 
BOLTON, PACK ROUT BROOKLYN 

BROtKLYN IWION EXPLORATION CO. 

DUKE, UNC INVEST IN OIL DRILLING 

BROOKS, UEINGER, ROBBINS S. LEEDS ^. , ^^^, ^^, ^^ 

N.C. SUES N.Y. BROKERAtt FIRM OVER ILLEGAL SALES 

UAKE COIMY J(IOG£ ISSUES <VI INJUNCTION AGAINST N.Y. FIRM 

BROa<S CREEK SUBDIVISION _ , 

PinSBORO BOARD lENIES (WNEXATION _ 
LETTER MAY HAVE SUAYED VOTES IN PIHSBORO RACE 

BROTJCR FROM ANOTHER PLANET (FILM) ^,„,^™,„ 
SAYLES' 'BROTVER' A MORALITY TALE FOR CHRISTMAS 

BROTHERS 

SEE ALSO SIBLINGS 
NO CHARGES FILED IN VANCE SHOJTING 
MAN, 71, INDICTED IN BROT}ER'S DEATH _ 
3 BROTHERS ARRESTED IN SCUFFLE WITH POLICE 

BROUGHTON HIGH SCHOOL 

OUTDOOR REJtARSAL _ 

VANDALS ARE ORDERED TO APXOGIZE 

BROuarroN high school sports, basketball 

BR0Ua4TC»< ENDS SEASON FOR DHS 



H 2 3/10/1987 A 4 E 



2/03/1987 C 
2/03/1987 C 
2/10/1987 C 
2/24/1987 B 
3/05/1987 C 
3/30/1987 A 
5/08/1987 C 
5/09/1987 B 
5/13/1987 A 
6/02/1987 C 
6/30/1987 C 
7/14/1987 C 
7/15/1987 B 
7/15/1987 A 
7/28/1987 B 
8/11/1987 C 
9/29/1987 A 
10/08/1987 C 



1 
1 
1 
1 

22 
9 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
8 

15 
1 
1 
4 
1 



N J40 
N S92 
N SV2 
N 
N 
N 

N S92 
N J40 
N S92 
P T37 
N J40 
N 

N J40 
N S92 
N 
N 
L 
■ U S92 



2 6/10/1987 C 1 N S82 
2 6/10/1987 C 1 P N S92 
2 6/17/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 5/22/1987 A 4 U U09 



H 2 2/19/1987 B 4 N R80 
H 2 3/07/1987 B 4 N 



S 2 2/17/1987 D 1 P N P52 
H 2 2/17/1987 D 1 N 

S 2 4/29/1987 C 1 N S92 



S 2 8/14/1987 A 13 N 
H 2 8/16/1987 C 10 P U L41 



H 3 3/05/1987 B 1 N K65 
H 3 11/05/1987 B 1 N K65 



H 2 12/25/1987 D 9 R L59 



H 1 6/02/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 7/07/1987 B 5 N 
H 2 12/27/1987 B 1 N fSl 



H 2 1/10/1987 B 5 P P 
H 2 9/18/1987 C 4 N 



S 2 3/06/1987 D 3 N B15 



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BROJGHTON NIPS DlKHAd IN SECTIONAL SEMIFIt^iilS 

BRCm AND UILLIW1S£»< TOBACCO CO. 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO 
TOBACCO FIRM WARNS IT yiLL QUIT INSTITUTE 
TOBACCO CO. MAY LEAVE INSTITUTE 
4 CIGARETTE tWE^ INCREASE IBICES 5X 

BROWN fm WOOD 

CITY, COUNTY TAKE LOOK AT CIVIC CENTER CONTRACTS 

BROW-BAGGING 

SEE LIfflJCft-BY-T>£-DRIM<, N.C. 

BROUN BROTTEFS INC. 

PLUMBING CONTRACT AWARDED 

BROW VS. BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO SCHCBLS, U.S., ^SEGREGATION 

INTEGRATION OF SCHOOLS STHX WWHAIhO GOAL 

WiGWim FtRRIS INDUSTT^IES INC. 

COW^ANY rm^ PLANS FOR LAWflLL IN DURHAM COJNTYi CITY SEEKS SITE 
GARBAGE COLLECTION FIRM SIZES IF FIVE DURIWM SITES FOR UWBFILL 
ALAMANCE BOARD TOLD COlifrY UIU fCED LANIFILL 
COUNTY CRAf^S []P TRASH COMF'ACTOR 

BIDS soy»rr to recycle city's waste 

BRCftWSTOlW CCtWJNITY 

WATERLIfES SAVE T>€ DAY IN BRtaWSTOW 

BROYHILL EWJCATION CENTER 

BROYHILL OPBO 1ST FLffy<ITU?E EWJCATION CEMTER IN fWTION 

BROYHILL FAMILY FCXJNDATION 

MATH SCHOa. BIDS OVER BUMET 

BROYHILL INDUSTRIES INC. 

SEE ALSO FURNITW^ INDUSTRY 
SEE ALSO FURNITIS^ MARKET 
BROYHILL OPENS 1ST FLWJITURE EDUCATION CENTER IN NATION 

BRUEGGER'S BAGa BAKERY 

9TH STREET GRCUTH TO FaiOJ EXPANSION 
RECCKD EAR TO OPEN TRACKS IN RALEIGH 

BRUNCH 

BRING ON THE BRW«H 

BRUNSWICK CaWTY, N.C. 

BRIMWICK RATE COlO M)P 

0^£ PERSON KILLED WHEN PICKUP TRUCK RAMS IXPLEX 

YOUTH CHAF:G£D WITH SMASHING CAR INTO APARTMENT MAY FACE MURKR TRIAL 

Piye. APPR-CVES ENGLISH LAMJLW^ BILL DESPITE COMPLAINTS . . . 

BRUNSWICK MANAGER PRESSURED TO RESIGN AFTER PR'OBE REVEALED 

BRWSWICK ami CLERX sentenced ON DRUG COUNT 

WILMINGTON, ELIZABETH CITY VOTERS CHOOSE NEW MAYOR 

DEATH IN BRWSUICK JAIL PROBED BY SBI 

JUK3E RULES AGAINST PUBLIC USE OF PRIVATE BEACH ROAD 

BRUNSWICK COUNTY SCHCaS 

BRUNSWICK Sa-KML BUS DRIVER CHARGED WITH DWI AFTER CRASH 
STUDENT SCtCOL BUS DRIVERS CAN'T BE 'COOL' 

BRUNSWICK COLWPf SHERIFF 

DEATH IN BRUNSWICK JAIL PROBED BY SBI 

BRUNSWICK NUCLEAR F1_ANT (SOUTVPORT, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO NUCL£AJ< PLANTS, N.C. AND S.C. 
SEE ALSO (AJCLEAR FIANTS, N.C. AND S.C, ACCIDENTS 



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E L Y I 
C -PG L P BYL ■ 



H 2 3/06/1987 C 1 N D85 



S 2 8/21/1987 C 3 N 
H 1 8/22/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 12/12/1987 A 11 N 



S 2 7/17/1987 A 1 N H70 



H 2 11/06/1987 C 1 N A54 



S 2 7/31/1987 A 4 E 



S 2 7/18/1987 A 1 N M06 

S 2 7/28/1987 A 1 N M06 

H 1 8/01/1987 C 1 N 

S 2 8/22/1987 C 1 P N M06 

S 2 9/05/1987 A 1 N W82 



S 2 7/18/1987 B 5 N 

S 2 11/27/1987 D 6 N 

H 2 12/05/1987 B 5 N J40 

S 2 11/27/1987 D 6 N 



S 2 8/13/1987 A 1 M N S92 
S 2 8/31/1987 A 7 N 



H 2 12/17/1987 E 1 D F H45 



s 


2 1/28/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 3/25/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


1 3/26/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 6/05/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


1 6/23/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 9/02/1987 B 


1 


N 


S 


2 10/07/1987 A 


6 


N 


H 


2 10/23/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


1 11/14/1987 C 


3 


N 



H 2 12/19/1987 C 3 N 
S 2 12/23/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 10/23/1987 C 4 N 



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REPORT SAYS ACCIDENT AT NUCLEAR PLANT COULD COST OVER tl BILLION 
CPW. NUCLEAR PLANTS MEET FEDERAL STANDARDS 

BIOLOGIST'S PRIORITY IS ENVIR0^ifOT ^ ^^, 

CPU. PLANT'S EFFECT ON FISH INSIGNIFICANT-COMPANY BIOLOGIST 
CPU. NUCLEAR PLANT SETS WORLD RECORD FOR OPERATION 

BRYANT, DREW, CRILL AND PATTERSON ,_ 
CWINGTON, IDOL JOIN DURHAM LAU PRACTICE 

BRYANT-DURW>« ELECTRIC CO. 

StCRIFF W3LDS 3 IN THEFT OF UIRE _ 

3 CHARGED UITH BREAX-IN AT TREYBURN BUILDING SITE 
CHARGED UP AT OJRHAM TECH 

BUBBLE BOY 

SEE SEVERE COMBINED IWUNE DEFICIENCY 

BUCKLEY AMENDMENT „„ 

SEE l^SO COLLEGES, N.C., STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO COLLEGES, U.S., STUDENTS 
SEE ALSO PRIVACY 
NCCU BOOTS FRATERNITY AFTER PLEDGES HU?T 

BIKKUHEAT ZYDECO (BAND) 
BUCKWHEAT'S BACK 

BUDGETS 

SEE FAMILY BUDGET 

BUDUORMS 

SEE ALSO INSECTS, PESTS 
SCIENTISTS' SEX SCAM 'COULD SAVE MILLIONS' 

BUFFALO UINGS _„„,„„ 

BUFFALO UINGS... AND SmUGER THINGS 

BU6GS ISLAND LAKE 
SEE ALSO KERR LAKE 
CLARKSVILLE'S LAKE CELEBRATIW OPENS TOMY 



BUGS BIMY 

FRIDAY GUIK; \MSE TO GO, 

BUICK 



WHAT TO SEE 



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CHARLOTTE GETS PEEK AT 'SECRET' CAR 

BUILDERS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. (ROCKY MOUNT) 

IV DEVICE, MADE IN DURHAM, IS BEING INTRODUCED IN JAPAN 

BUILDING CODE, VIOLATIONS 

SECRET ItETS VOTED IN INSPECTIONS FI^OBE 

CITY PA^EL TO LOOK AT CL O^II SESSIONS 

cm INSPECTIONS PROBE BETTER DONE IN PUBLIC 

INSPECTIONS COMMITTEE l€EDS SOME PRIVACY 

COUNCIL SHOUJW'T ALLOW aOSED fEETINGS 

SECRET ACTINGS SHOULD BE LIMITED 

PANEL MAY aOSE MEETING 

INSPECTIOiS PWCL MEHS PRIVATELY 

INSPECTIONS GRtJUP (€CTS IN PRIVATE 

PUBLIC ^EEDS MEDIUM TO REVIEW COMPLAINTS 

INSPECTIONS COMMITTEE HAS DAWDLED TOO LONG „„,„.^ 

CONSU.TW<T TOLD TO DRAFT REPORT ON CITY'S BUILDING INSPECTIONS 

P«CL ASKS INSPECTIONS DRAFT RERKT 

INSPECTIONS REPORT MAY COtC APRIL 1 

GROUP RtfS PAtCL'S WORK ON INSPECTIONS 

REPORT TARGETS DURHAM INSftCTIONS CHIEF 

PARHAM SAYS REPORT MAY BE INACCURATE 

PANa PLANS RESPONSE TO REPORT ON INSPECTIONS 

OPENNESS SER'VES BETTER THAN SECRECY 

INSPECTIONS DIRECTOR HAS IGNORED CITIZENS 



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COMILflW rCFBfflS ACTION O) INSPECTION 

ACCUSATIONS aY AGAIN BEFORE CITY INSPECTIONS PW€L 

QUIPS, JABS PEPPER INSPECTIONS SESSION 

PROBATION POSED FOR INSPECTION DIRECTtK 

CaM:iL fCMBER SKIRTED RESPONSIBILITY TO PUBLIC 

PARHAM fWY FACE PROBATION 

CLEARING THE REOKD 

INSPECTIONS DEPAR'TMENT, CITY OF DU^lHArt (CARTOON) 

MAH YARBROUGH SHOtHi GOOD ,MC«NT 

BIRHINGHA« DESERVES THAW<S 

COUNCIL MEMBER REBUTS EDITORIALS CRITICAL CF (tETING 

COJNCILMAN RAPS PAF'BR'S EDITORIAL 

PAPERS HAVEN'T TOLD THE UHCLE STORY 

INSPECTION'S REPORT INCCrtPLETE 

DON'T DISRIFT DEFART^CMT 

HAYOR IGNORING REQUEST 

RESIDENTS SAY APARTMENT CON^WSIIXS OVERLOOKED 

fSS. DAVIS* RO-E IN PROBE QUESTIWO 

TRINITY PARK GROtJ' BLASTS CITY INSPECTIONS 

COUNCIL 'BASHING' LEAVES WS. DAVIS FEELING 'URONGEII' 

MRS. DAVIS DEFENDS ACTION 

STUDY Cffl*1ITTHE ERRED IN t^ETim WITH DAVIS 

WS. DAVIS HAD RIGHT TO RESPtMl TO RUMOR 

STATE)CNT LEGtUlY REQUIRED 

CITY IS IGNCtfllNG INSPECTION CCrt^INTS 

INSPECTIONS COWITTEE DESERVES QUR APPUHJ^ 

CITY SEEKS MORE BUILDING INSPECTORS 

COWHTEE VOTES AGAIfST LENIENT REPORT FOR PW^JWM 

INSPECTIONS PA^B. SPLITS CN PROBATIC^ FOR PARH/V1 

PAfCL ON INSPECTIONS UAS WR^ONG APPRCIACH 

A WSJSE IN DISAR-RAY 

BUILDING INSPECTOR fEEDS PROTECTION 

PfV«L CO-C^ttIRMAN BEUILIOED BY h€RALD'S EDITORIAL CRITICISM 

DOES PARHAM HAVE IMt^ITY? 

SPAULDIf« 'mi OF Wm> IN INVESTIGATION 

INSPECTIONS DEPT. REPORT TO BE >€ARD ON MONDAY 

INSPECTIONS REPORT TO BE GIVEN MONDAY 

SFIIT OPINIO GIVEN ON INSPECTIONS 

INSPECTIONS REPORT SPURS TUGHJ-tJAR 

tai<HAM INSPECTIONS CHIEF UON'T WORK IM£R 'CLOUD' 

imtm BUILDER BACKS CALL FOR CLOSER INSPECTIONS 

POtEU- TO REVIEW REPWT CRITICAL OF INSPECTIONS DEFT, 

REPORT! CITY FAILS TO OVERSEE INSPECTIONS UNIT 

COUNCIL UAS INCONSIDERATE 

PAUL'S SUGCXSTICNS SHOULD BE ACCEPTED 

STUDY PANa'S REPORT SHOULD BE IMPLEfENTED 

INSPECTIONS LEADER'SHIP INAICGUATEt EXCERPTS FROM STUDY PA^EL'S REPORT 

INSPECTIONS PiVCL f«PES CITY ACTS QUICKLY 

WILLIAMS HM ABOUT FEE 

COWCILMAN TRIES TO CLEAR PATH FOR HCfC PLRCWSE 

CITY affiUJ FIRE PARHAM, FOWEU 

EVALUATE INSPECTIONS UNIT AFTER' ESTABLISHI^ffi GUIDELKCS 

AFTER 17 YEARS, FAMILY IttY HAVE TO GO 

CLEARIfffi T}€ PEOOT 

D(»J'T LET CITY'S LAW KIU THIS MAN'S SPIRIT 

PARHAM SWDULD BE FIRED 

CK<RECTION 

Eif'LOYER'S SHOILD fCLP TENANT 

SUDDEM.Y, THEY'RE EAGLE-EYED 

RACIST AnnUKS HURT TENANT'S CAUSE 

cm union: inspections chief giving lou ewj.uations 

FOJR FRATERNITY HOUSES CONDE?»€D 

DON'T BLAME CITY FOR MAN'S WDUSING PLIGHT 

$450,000 RAISED FOR F£NOVATING FRATERNITY HOUSE 

PARH(^ DECISION TO BE KEPT FROM FliBLIC 

CflUfCIL PLANS VOTE ON INSPECTIONS fSPGRl 

lECISION ON PARHAM SHOi.UiN'T BE SECRET 

HOME0»€RS BUST INSPECTIONS OFFICE, BUT ACTION DELAYED 

INSPECTIONS GRIPES IGNORED, CITIZENS SAY 

CITY COWJCIL ISSUES ITS EVi^lUATION OF INSPECTIONS DEPAP:Tf£NT REPORT 



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SUBJECTS 



CITY'S ACTION FAILS TO INSPIRE CONFIIOICE 

CITY COUNCIL SEEKS INSPECTIONS CHANGES 

POWELL SAYS CITY WILLING TO REINSPECT 2 HOMES 

PARHAM OFFERS NO REGRETS, UILL STAY 

SPEAKING OF BUILDING INSPECTIONS... (CARTOON) _^ 

KcTOR: FRATERNITY OWNERS TAKING NOTICE, WOOING ON HOUSES 

COMIIL, PUBLIC SHOULD GET REVIEW ON PARHAM 

ELECTION issue: INSF£CTI0NS _ 

OGBURN, 4 OTHERS JOIN RACE FW? CITY COUNCIL 

DII^CTOR OF INSPECTICWS SHOJLD APaOGIZE 

PCIELL BRUSfCS ASIDE CALL FOR HIS OUSTER 

CHAPEL HILL CONDEMNS 8TH HOUSE _ ^„ ^^^^ 

DURHAM'S BUILDING INSPECTIONS CHIEF TO RETIRE 

FIVE BILLS FOR CITY fffmJO) 

PARHAM SAYS «)IA PROMPTED RETIREMENT 

PARHAM LETS MANAGER, CITY C019CIL OFF >«ffl( 

COMBINING INSPECnONS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 

INSPECTIONS OF FRATERNITIES TO SPEED \P 

TUG FRATS NEAR FINLEY PASS TOW INSPECTION 

COWITTEE REPORT VINDICATED BIRMINWiM 

CWJDDftO FRAT HOJSES TO GE REPRIE^S 

FRAT HOUSE ACTION STAYS CONDEWATION 

CHAPEL HILL GIVES FRATS MORE TIME 

CITY MOVES TO LII*; LOANS, INSPECTIONS 

ZONING LAW CHANGE COlO END COUNCILilAN'S HOISINGJBES 
COUCIL SUPPORTS H0(€ CERTIFICATION BEFORE CLOSING LOAN 

TWO INSPECTOR SAY DORM L8«AFE ,^ 

FRATERNITY HOUSES, TOWN RACE TOWARD SHOWDOWI+-INSPECTOR 
QIESTIONS GH UWSKED IN JOHNNY 'RED'S CASE 

BUILBING CODES _ 

SEE ALSO DURHAM, N.C., DOWNTOWN BUILDINGS 
SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION 
SEE ALSO HIGft-RISES 
SEE ALSO WXJSING COIC 
SEE ALSO SEPTIC TAM<S, DUWAM 
SEE ALSO SEPTIC TAM<S, N.C. 
SEE ALSO SEPTIC TAM<S, ORANGE COUNTY 

DLRHAM OBJECTS TO MOBILE-HOME BILL 

BILL ON MANUFACTUO HtSJSES GAINS SIPPORT 

MW*JFACTURED HOUSING BIU SURVIVES VOTE 

STATE SHOULDN'T DICTATE MOBILE W)«E LOCATIONS 

TRIANGLE J LAND USE PANEL TO EXPLORE 1-40 PROPOSALS 

MOBILE W3MES GET MOST AHENTION AT (€ETING OF HIUSBIKIUGH BOARDS 

RESTRICTIONS ON KIMELESS SJELTERS LIFTED 

BUILDING CONSTRICTION 

SEE (i^SO BUILDING CONTRACTOfS 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL FACILITIES FEES 

SEE ALSO CtWSTRUCnON INDUSTRY 

SEE («.S0 DAVIS-BACON ACT 

SEE (LSa HIGH-DENSITY HOUSING 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, COSTS 

SEE ALSO N.C. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 

SEE ALSO PLASTERING 

SEE ALSO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, BUILDIfJG CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO SCHOOLS, N.C, CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 

DROP IN ^CW-HO^E CONSTRUCTION EXPECTED 

NEW HOTEL COWLEX PLANNED f£AR DUKE 

ECONCWISTS EXPECT DROP IN N.C. WJUSING STARTS 

NCNB BUYS DURHAM TECHNCLOGY PARK „ „ ™ r... 

11 PERCENT DROP IN HOUSING STARTS EXPECTED IN NORTH CAROLINA 

BUILDING DECLIfCSi COSTS RISE 

HOl^S WJDER CONSTRUCTION 

SUBDIVISION PLANS FACE P i Z BOARD 

BUILDERS ARE TRASHING ^EIGHBORH0ODS 

OFFICE OCCIFANCY RATE IN DURHAM 73 PERCENT ^^ 

CONSULTANT SAYS HOUSING MARKET SWINGI^«3 BACK TO BETTER BALANCE 



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TVW TOWERS? 

HIGH-ICNSITY HOUSING IS hEEDED IN DUWAM 

TRIANK^ ailLIiERS AfiE l5«5ECi TO FtJT HOU ON ^EU HCftS 

TAN TI« 

SKUIfC SILHOUETTE 

KVELtff-ER: 200 BACK HIGH-ftlSE APARTfCNTS 

KOf EXPECTED IN Oh£-Fii^ILY HOfE BUILHING 

TOPPING OUT FOR BURROJWS EXPANSION 

CONSTRUCTION STATE'S «OST DANGERCXJS JOB 

DP.€LOPf©fr STILL IN PL^^WNG STAGE 

IISWAM BUILDIf«3 SKYRXKETS 112)( 

OLB BWES FIND f£U F^CE TO LIE 

DLRHAM CONSTR'XTICW BUILDS TOWARD ANOTVER ECOI YEAR 

cm- BUILDING VAU£S LWDERGO 'HIGH RISE' 

TOWERS RISIM3 

hCrWORK OFFERING COhPUTERIZED N.C. CONTRACT DATA 

CURRIN PREDICTS TWINS FW DURHAM 

DUa^AM CENTRE TO BOAST SHORTY VIEW 

N,C. BASES TO GET CONSTRUCTION FIMB 

COUNTY ccwstru:tion plunges 

AF'ART>iENT CONSTRUCTICB^ OFF IN COIMY 

BRICK BY E«ICK 

AFRICAN AIRLI>£S 'LANDING' «ILL SO© HOf£ i(L£S SOARING 

GROJND BROKEN FOR 40-fCWE WINDHOVER PROJECT 

SKYWARD 

BL?W^ BUILDING BOASTS 3RD IN STATE 

mm WIRE 

DU<E «AY USE SOHE OFFICES, PARKING AT ERWIN SQU*«E 

SWAYING POD IS OFFICE FOR TWJ--CRA« OPERATOR 

HOWTOWN COJSTRUCTION 

CONSTRUCTION CONTIM£S 

$50 MiaiON MALL PLAWED f€AR ASHEVILLE 

LAID-BACK LUNCH 

TtyPED OUT 

ON A TD« 

LOSER STANDARDS ON HDBILE HW€S PONKREB 

DURH/¥1 5TH IN f£W Ca^TR'UCTia^ 

ORH^I BUILHING IftOPS 38 PERCENT IN OM.Y 1 YEAR 

DClWTOtt^ PUBLIC FtAZA WORK GETS LWI£R WAY 

BREAKIM3 GROUND 

T^€ SXM Gas ON 

VA NURSING HW£ 

PICKETT mm. IS ON THE RISE 

CIVIC CEhfTER BRINGS THE PARKING BLLES 

D15^HAM CIVIC CENTER WORK SNARLS PARKING 

IMAGINATION NEEIO FCR DCWNTOWJ MAZES 

CITY'S AUG. DESTRUCTION VALl£S INCH Lf 

AUGUST BUILDING PERMITS BASICALLY SAf€ AS IN 1986 

ICSS OF" PROCESS 

A R!MF TAKES SHAPE 

BIG SWING 

'Sl^IT' COWTRENCE 

UP TfCRE, TViE PARTY IS THEIRS 

REFLECTION OF CHANGE 

250 AT OFFICE BUILDIMJ CEJ^fflNY 

MOST HOiC BUILDIf« IN AREA FAR BEHIND 1984 CONSTRUCTIW 

2ND TOWER IS BELAYO lOUNTOtW 

OLD MAPS F-ROt^T CITY TO iftti FLOODPLAIN BUILDING 

BUILDIf^j VALUES J^ SOX FRt)M LAST YEAR 

SEPT, DLKHAM BUILDING [S> 

K'UNTOl^ PRtX^SS 

REPORT SAYS AREA AWASH IN \SHS3LB CONDOMINIUMS 

FLOOD-FRINGE LAW MAY LIMIT GROWTH 

DOWfTOiW PARKING TO EASE UP IN SPRING 

T>£ATER IN PARKIfW DILEMMA 

3,543 APARTtCNTS IN VARIOUS PLAf«JING STAGES FOR DLRHAM 

SALE OF XWAM HOMES DROPS IN NOVEMBER 

DOMINATING MACHINE 

SLICING COD STEEL 

(M.TIPLE LISTING SERVICES MIGHT MERGE fCXT YEAR 



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2 


8/20/1987 A 


1 N y82 


s 


2 


8/21/1987 C 


1 P P S74 


s 


2 


8/25/1987 A 


1 N W82 


s 


2 


8/26/1987 C 


1 P U W82 


H 


2 


9/02/1987 B 


1 P P M64 


s 


2 


9/04/1987 C 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 C 


17 N 


H 


2 


9/18/1987 C 


1 P P R76 


S 


2 


9/18/1987 A 


12 P P W62 


s 


2 


9/24/1987 A 


1 P P T37 


H 


3 


9/25/1987 C 


1 N K65 


S 


2 


9/30/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


10/01/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


2 


10/02/1987 A 


1 P N W82 


S 


2 


10/07/1987 A 


11 P P S76 


H 


2 10/09/1987 B 


11 P P L38 


S 


2 


10/10/1987 A 


11 P P M66 


H 


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10/18/1987 F 


1 P P M66 


H 


2 


10/25/1987 A 


1 P N A54 


S 


2 


10/26/1987 A 


1 N H70 


H 


2 


10/28/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 


10/29/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


? 


10/30/1987 C 


1 N 


S 


2 


11/02/1987 A 


1 P P V03 


H 


2 


11/03/1987 C 


9 P P W62 


H 


2 


11/11/1987 C 


4 F P 


S 


2 


11/16/1987 C 


1 P P S76 


H 


2 


11/20/1987 A 


1 T N H49 


H 


2 


11/21/1987 C 


1 P P TT7 


S 


2 


11/21/1987 A 


3 P N W82 


H 


2 11/22/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


2 


11/24/1987 A 


1 N U82 


s 


n 


12/03/1987 A 


1 N H70 


s 


2 


12/03/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


12/04/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


n 


12/04/1987 A 


1 M N 


H 


2 


12/06/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


O 


12/03/1987 A 


1 N tf70 


S 


2 


12/10/1987 A 


1 M N W82 


S 


2 


12/10/1987 A 


2 N U82 


H 


2 


12/13/1987 F 


1 D N 


H 


2 


12/20/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 


12/22/1987 C 


1 P P C45 


H 


2 


12/23/1987 C 


1 P P L38 


H 


2 


12/27/1987 F 


1 D N 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



OCT. BUILDING PLUlflCTS IN DURHAM 

UINTER CLARITY _, ^ 

BUILDING PERMITS DOUN IN XTOBER 

BUIUiING CONSTRICTION, TfCR 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, DURHAM 
THIEF NABS DIAJfflND RINGS FROM MALL 

WELDER, GENERATOR STOLEN FROM WKK SITES 

TWTS FROM CONSTRUCTION SITES ON INCREASE IN DURHAM COUNH 

Ca:AINE CHARGES FILED IN ROXBORO_ 

BUILDING MATERIALS TAKEN FROM SITE 

EQUIPMENT STOLEN _ 

THIEVES TAKE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPfCNT 

MAN UITH GUN ROBS PI2ZA RESTAURANT 

TILE THEFT IN LOUISBURG 

BLASnNG CAPS STOLEN FROM CONSTRUCTION SITE 

MAN SLAStCD ON ARM WHILE STOPPED AT LIGHT 

2 CHARGED IN CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL T>€FT 

BUILDING SUPPLIES STOLEN 

BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO BUILDING DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

SEE ALSO CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO imm, N.Cm CONF^LPIDDING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COIMY, N.C., CONTRACT BIDDING 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL, CONSTRUCTION 

SEE ALSO DURHAM KNERAL CONTRACTORS ASSXIATION 

SEE ALSO FOERAL CONTRACTS 

SEE ALSO HOUSING, N.C. 

SEE ALSO MINORITY CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO PAVING CONTRACTORS 
WHY OUTSIDE CONTRACTORS? 

BUILDER FlhED tS.OOO ^^^ 

DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANS EXCHANGE BITTER CHARGES 

GRADING FIRM SUES CONTRACTOR OF SMITH CENTER 

HOME BUILDING LACKLUSTER FOR 3RD QUARTER IN DURHAM 

PLASTERER FINDS PLENTY OF PATCHING TO BE DO^E 

DURHAM BUILDER BACKS CALL FOR CLOSER INSPECTIONS 

BlfflLINGTON FIRM WINS 'DEAN DOME' LAWSUIT 

SMITH CENTER SUBCONTRACTOR WINS LAWSUIT ^ ^_ 

U.S. HOUSE PANEL HEARS 'CLIXJT' ICEDS OF SMALL BUSINESS 

BUILDIW5 DEVELOPERS 

SEE ALSO BUILDING CONTRACTORS 

SEE ALSO CAPITAL FACILITIES FEES 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C, HOUSING 

SEE ALSO CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO COASTAL DEVaOPtCNT, N.C. ^,^^ ,.^,, 

SEE ALSO HOffi BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF imVH AND CHAPEL HILL 

SEE ALSO IMPACT FEES 

SEE ALSO FUtftfO UNIT DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO SUBDIVISION CONSTRUCTION 
COUNTY PLA)*ERS BACK 1-40 CENTER _ 
FlAfWING BOARD BACKS SHIPPING CENTER, HOTEL ,„„,,^,„ 
MODIFICATIONS EYED FOR LANDOWNERS IN HJFFER REZONING 
WORRIES OVER N.C. 98 TRAFFIC FUEL OPPOSITION TO PROJECTS 
BOYD SPOTS SEVER ERRW, SAVES OJRHAM $350,000 
BY SIFPORTING OUR DEVELIFERS WE CAN CONTIIAE TVE GOOD LIFE 
ORANGE BOARD TO CONSIDER IMPACT FEES FOR DEVELOPERS 
BUILDER TESTS CLIMATE 

TOPSAIL ISLAND DEVELOPER SETS OFF STORM OF CONTROVERSY 
PAPERWORK RELIEF SEEN IN DURHAM FOR DEVELOPERS 
TREES LOSE OUT TO TfE BUREAUCRACY 
3 tCARINGS SCtEDULED IN CHATHAM COUNTY 
TRIANON BUILDERS ARE W«3ED TO PUT HOLD ON f€W W1I€S 
ORGANIZERS EVALUATE 'WISEH3R0WTH' SESSION 
EARLY COMMIWICATION KEY IN COUNTY GROWTH 
CORPORATE WELFARE 



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2 10/03/1987 C 


3 


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1 11/12/1987 B 


5 


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2/04/1987 A 


4 L 


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2/24/1987 B 


10 N S82 


H 


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4/09/1987 C 


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5/07/1987 B 


9 N 030 


H 


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5/10/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


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6/17/1987 C 


1 P N N36 


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6/17/1987 A 


1 N S92 


S 


7 


6/17/1987 A 


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1/05/1987 C 
1/07/1987 B 
1/07/1987 B 
1/14/1987 B 
1/15/1987 A 
1/17/1987 A 
2/23/1987 B 
2/28/1987 A 
3/06/1987 
3/08/1987 
3/12/1987 
3/12/1987 
3/22/1987 
3/23/1987 
3/24/1987 
3/26/1987 



N M06 
N A54 
N MIO 
N A54 
N H70 
L 

N 080 
N W82 
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N 
L 

N 080 
: N L41 
N M06 
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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



T>C Tf«EE FACES OF DE^'ELOPftNT 

developer: 200 back high-rise APARTTCNTS 

"W ^IKLlJy OF T>£ TRIANS^ 

COf«ISSIOf€RS CROSS 1-40 LINE TO OK REZDNING 

BOARD DELAYS WTE ON UITTENBERG'S REZONIfffi REQUEST 

yiTTENBERG PLAN DELAYED 

DW^'T DEVELOP DUKE FOREST 

DEVaOPtCNT STILL IN PLANNING STAGE 

C0MMISSI0^OS OK N.C. 98 REZONING FOR HOUSES, OFFICES 

STOJCRIKE, SEDGEFIELD RESIDENTS SUE DEVELOPER AND RACQUET CLUB 

TRIANGLE J LAND USE PAfCL TO EXPLORE 1-40 F1W(KALS 

DEVELOPMENT PLANS TABLED IN OXFORD 

HOUSE SlFPtKTS BILL TO OUTLAW 'BEACH BINGO' 

UITTENBERG IS BEIf« TOO STRICT UITH LAKEW»D STORES, WORKERS 

CONTEST OPENS FOR DEVaOfERS 

DLRHAM PLAf«€R' SAYS RULING MAY C(ML ICSIRE TO R£ZOf€ 

DRUNKEN WIVER BLW^ STICfXRS li^jED 

JUM3E reCLIfCS TO DISMISS CHy<G£S AGAINST KVELtyER 

HCFE VALLEY Fi«nS BREAKS ^EU GRillND FOR CITY 

FIANNING BODY BACKS PRiPOSAL FOR SUBDIVISION 

CURRIN PREDICTS TWINS FO? DURHAM 

AMBERLY VOTE NO GREEN LIGHT FO^ OT>£RS 

SliWEY FINDS DEVELOPMENT OVERLOADING SOME WATER, SEWER SYSTEMS 

COMPlW BACKS BUILDER'S WARRANTY UITH INSIKANCE 

HOUSIfW BOOM HITS EAST DURHAM 

PWCL ENDORSES DEVEUff'^NT PLAN FOR OLD HARDSCRABBLE PLANTATION 

FH€ BILLS FOR CITY APPROVED 

»100 MILLION COmj£X PLANNED FOR OH MILL SITE IN WEST DUWAM 

TIC DEVELOPER (Mi HIS RANGE AftCLW TOWN 

ERUIN SQUARE EXPANSION MAY SPUR CITY'S REBIRTH 

ERUIN SQUARE PROJECT ANOT}£R GEM fCR CITY 

DEVELOf-ER THIW^S DURHAM SUCCESS TIED TO PATIENCE 

TtMM>€ COMPLEX FIAWED 

HOi€0»ERS TAKE DEt-ELOPER TO COURT OVER ROAD REPAIRS 

DEVELCffERS SWWRT BUSIfCSS PARK ZONE 

DEVEL(FER'S 2ND TRIAL DELAYED AGAIN 

DARE CCUffY ADa=-TS ZONING FOR ISLANDS 

DEVELCfftENT: BE SKEPTICAL 

OXFORD ESTATES IWRK' BEGINS 

WHO a<EAMS UP NA«S OF ICVELOPiCNTS? 

DISMISSAL EXPECTED TO BE SOiSHl IN fCRNER CASE 

JUICE KILLS FINAL 2 COUNTS AGAPJST ICVaOPER 

CWy<t£S AGAINST DEVaOPER DISMISSED 

TWO INDICTED IN TIME-SHARE CASE 

WHY ARE DEVELOPERS LEAVING DOWNTOWN 

M(BT CANDIDATES SAY THEY'VE HAIi NO CONTRIBUTIONS FROM DEVELOPERS 

rCN'T WAIVE MORATORIUM 

TRIANON IN DANGER OF TOO MANY MAUS, DEVaOPER SAYS 

$450,000 KITTY HAWK GIFT RAISES QUESTIONS 

NAGS HEAD fmjECJ DEVaOPER FACES CHARGE; SALES HALTED 

REZDNING GRANTED BY CCW1ISSI0HERS FOR SHOPPING («EA 

DEVaOPERS SPEED PROJECTS 

WHAT'S KIVEWIMENT DOING? 

BUYERS OF W3MES PAY COSTS OF DP^CfMENT 

OLD WfS PROMPT CITY TO BAN aOOBPLAIN BUILDING 

aOOIWAY ORDINANCE fCEDS MORE THOUGHT 

LATEST DRAFT ON aOOD RILES l€a RECEIVED 

REPORT SAYS AREA AWASH IN UNSOLD CONDOMINIUMS 

EM'TY APARTMENTS ABOlffi 

aOOD-FRIN(S; LAW MAY LIMIT GROWTH 

OtEN KlIGa FILES FOR REORGANIZATION IN PEhWSYLVrWIA 

HAWER'S REBUHAL ANGRY GIFTTO NiO 

WnSR PAYS »4,100 TO GET LETTER IN RALEIGH PAPER 

f€WSP(¥^ TO RESPOND TO HiWO ADVERTISEhSfT 

f«ED FOR STANDARDS 

mr NOT iNauDE uake? 

TOWNS' I«EAMS 6Cf£ AGLIMMERING AS DEVaOPER FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY 
DOWfTOtN MAY BE REAL-ESTATE HOT SPOT 



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4/10/1987 C 


1 P N W82 


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2 


4/27/1987 A 




E 


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2 


4/28/1987 B 




N A54 


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2 


5/06/1987 C 




N A54 


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5/06/1987 C 




N M06 


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5/08/1987 A 




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5/11/1987 C 




N W82 


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2 


5/13/1987 B 


2 P N A54 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 B 




N U27 


H 


9 


5/14/1987 B 




N 


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5/14/1987 B 




N S80 


H 


2 


5/26/1987 B 


1 


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5/27/1987 A 




L 


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5/31/1987 D 


12 


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N S51 


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6/17/1987 B 




N 


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6/24/1987 B 




N S82 


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2 


7/01/1987 A 


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H 


2 


7/08/1987 C 




N A54 


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7/14/1987 A 




N W82 


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3 


7/31/1987 B 




N K65 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


14 


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N 


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8/03/1987 A 


1 M N L41 


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8/05/1987 C 




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8/08/1987 C 




N R53 


H 


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8/13/1987 A 




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N t<S2 


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8/16/1987 F 


1 C N 


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8/16/1987 F 


1 P N 


H 


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8/22/1987 C 




N U27 


S 


2 


9/03/1987 C 




N M06 


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9/04/1987 B 




N S82 


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9/09/1987 B 




N 


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10/09/1987 A 




L 


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N S82 


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10/12/1987 C 




N B53 


H 




10/13/1987 B 




N S82 


H 


2 


10/14/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


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10/19/1987 A 




L 


H 


3 


10/22/1987 B 




N rei 


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10/23/1987 A 




L 


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2 


10/25/1987 F 




N 


H 


2 


10/26/1987 B 




N 


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11/05/1987 C 




N 


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2 


11/10/1987 C 




N A54 


S 


2 


11/16/1987 A 




N M06 


H 


2 


11/19/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


11/26/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


12/03/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 12/04/1987 A 




E 


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2 


12/04/1987 B 




N S51 


H 


2 


12/06/1987 F 




P N 


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2 


12/06/1987 F 




N L41 


S 


2 


12/08/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


1 


12/19/1987 C 




N 


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9 


12/26/1987 A 




E 


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2 12/26/1987 C 




N L41 


S 


2 12/26/1987 C 




N 


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2 


12/26/1987 A 




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12/26/1987 A 




J 


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12/29/1987 C 




N 


S 


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12/29/1987 A 




P N U82 



BUILDING INSPECTION 



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Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12A51/1987 



BY S U B J 



SEE ALSO DURHAM INSPECTIONS DIVISION _ 
SECRET «ETS VOTED IN INSPECTIONS PROBE 
CITY PA(e. TO LOOK AT g OSED SESSIONS 
CITY INSPECTIONS PROB E BETTER DONE IN PUBLIC 
INSPECTIONS COMMITTEE NEEDS SOfE PRIVACY 
COUNCIL SHOODN'T AU.OU CLOSED (CCTINGS 
SECRET fEETINGS SHOULD BE LIMITED 
PWCL MAY aOSE l€ETING 
INSPECTIONS PWCL MEETS PRIVATaY 
INSPECTIONS GROUP ifflETS IN PRIVATE ^ ^„ 
PUBLIC ICEDS INDIUM TO REVIEW COMPLAIhfTS 

INSPECTIONS COMMITTEE HAS DAWDLED TOO LONG ,,„^^^,™,k. 
CO^TANT TOLD TO DRAFT REPORT ON Cm'S BUILDING II«PECTIONS 
PA^€L ASKS INSPECTIONS DRAFT REPORT 
INSPECTIt»<S REPORT MAY CO^E APRIL 1 
GROUP RAPS PAfCL'S WORK ON INSPECTIONS 
REPORT TARGETS DURHAM INSPECTIONS CHIEF 
PARHAM SAYS REPORT MAY BE INACCIKATE^^^^^^^^^ 
PAWa PLANS RESPO NSE T O REPORT ON INSPECTIONS 
OFENiCSS SERVES BETTER THAN SECRECY _ 
INSPECTIONS DIRECTOR HAS IGNORED CITIZENS 
COUNCILMAN DEFENDS ACTION ON INSPECTION 
AOUSATIONS FLY AGAIN BEFORE CITY INSPECTIONS PWEL 
QUIPS, JABS PEPPER INSPECTIONS SESSION 
PROBATION POSED FOR INSPECTION DIRECTOR 
COIWCIL l€MBER SKIRTED RESPONSIBILITY TO PUBLIC 
P(«lttM MAY FACE PROBATION 

itmcnONS DEPARTMENT, CITY OF DURHAM (CARTOON) 

MAH YARBRCUGH SHOWED GOOD JUDGhCNT 

BIRMINHW DESERVES THANKS _„„,, „^ „,„,,^ 

COUNCIL MEMBER REBUTS EDITORIALS CRITICAL OF «ETING 

COUNCILMAN RAPS PAPER'S EDITORIAL 

PAPERS HAVEN'T TOLD THE WHOLE STCKY 

INSPECTIONS REPORT INCOMPLETE 

DON'T DISRIFT DEPARTfetT 

MAYOR IGNORING REQUEST „™^„™-r. 

RESIDENTS SAY APARTT€NT CWWERSIONS OVERLOOKED 
MRS. DAVIS' ROLE IN PROBE QUESTIO^ED 

TRINITY PARK GROIP BLASTS CITY INSPECTIONS 

COWCIL 'BASHING' LEAVES rtS. DAVIS FEELING 'WRONGED' 

MRS. DAVIS lEFENDS ACTION 

STUDY COfWITTEE ERRED IN ICETING WITH DAVIS 

MRS. DAVIS HAD RIGHT TO RESPOND TO RUM(« 

STATHOfT LEGALLY REQUIRED 

CITir IS IGNORING INSPECTIONS COIfl^LAINTS 

INSPECTIONS COmiTTEE DESERVES OUR APPLAUSE 

CITY SEEKS MORE BUILDING INSPECTORS 

COWilTTEE VOTES AGAINST LENIENT REPWT FOR PARHAM 

INSPECTIONS PANa SPLITS ON PROBATION FOR PARHAM 

PANEL ON INSPECTIIWS WAS WRONG APPROACH 

A HOUSE IN DISARRAY 

BUILDING INSPECTOR ^EEDS PROTECTION 

PANEL CO-CHAIRMAN BEUIUiERED BY HERALD'S EDITORIAL CRITICISM 

DOES PARHAM HAVE IMWNITY? 

SPAULDING 'MAN OF HOl^* IN INVESTIGATION 

INSPECTIONS DEPT. REF'ORT TO BE t€ARD ON MONDAY 

INSPECTIONS REPORT TO BE GIVEN MONDAY 

SPLIT OPINION GIVEN ON INSPECTIONS 

INSPECTIONS REPORT SPURS TUG-OF-WAR 

DlRH/« INSPECTIONS CHIEF WON'T WORK UNDER 'aOUD' 
DUWAM BUILDER BACKS CALL FOR CLOSER INSPECTIONS 
POWELL TO REVIEW REPORT CRITICAL OF INSPECTIONS DEPT. 

report: city fails to oversee inspections mil 

coim:il was inconsiderate 

panel's suggestions should be accepted 

study PANa'S REPORT SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED _ „,„„, 

INSPECTIONS LEADERSHIP INADEKJATE: EXCERPTS FROM STUDY PAhEL'S REPORT 
INSPECTIONS PANEL HOPES CITY ACTS QUICKLY 
WILLIAMS WJM ABOUT FEE 



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5/14/1987 B 




N A54 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 A 




N K70 


S 


2 


5/14/1987 C 




N H70 


H 


2 


5/15/1987 B 


1 P N N36 


S 


2 


5/15/1987 A 


1 


P N H70 


S 


2 


5/15/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


5/18/1987 A 




E 


H 





5/19/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


5/22/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


5/24/1987 D 




E 


S 


2 


5/27/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 




N S51 


S 


2 


5/28/1987 A 




N K70 


S 


2 


5/29/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 D 




E 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


6/02/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


6/05/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


6/11/1987 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


6/12/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


6/16/1987 A 




N SSI 


S 


2 


6/16/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 


6/17/1987 A 




N S51 


S 


2 


6/17/1987 A 




N S92 


S 


2 


6/17/1987 A 




N H70 


S 


2 


6/17/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


2 


6/18/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


6/18/1987 A 




E 


H 


n 


6/19/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


6/19/1987 C 




U H70 


S 


2 


6/19/1987 C 




N H70 



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CITY SHOULD FIRE PAKHAH, TOUELL 

EVALUATE INSPECTIONS UNIT AFTER ESTABLISHING GUIDELIftS 

CLEARING THE REC£»y3 

DON'T LET CITY'S LAW KILL THIS MWJ'S SPIRIT 

CO^ECTION 

EfPLOYERS ^^(XLD l«LP TENANT 

SUDDEM.Y, THEY'RE EAGLE-EYED 

mWH BUSINESSES UPSET OVER FEE HIKE 

CITY union: INSPECTIONS CHIEF GIVING LOU EVALUATIONS 

FOW; FRATERNITY HOJSES COMOJCD 

Pi^HAM DECISION TO BE KEPT FRO« PUBLIC 

COUNCIL PLANS VOTE ON INSPECTIONS REPORT 

DECISION ON PARH(« SHOULDN'T BE SECRCT 

HWCO»(ERS BLAST INSPECTIONS OFFICE, BUT ACTION DELAYED 

INSPECTIONS SNIPES IGNff<EII, CITIZENS SAY 

CITY COIMIL ISSLES ITS EVALUATION OF INSPECTIONS DEPART^ENT REPORT 

CITY'S ACTION FAILS TO INSPIRE COW^IDENCE 

CITY COWCIL SEEKS INSFtCTIONS CHAN(£S 

POjni SAYS CITY WILLING TO REINSPECT 2 H»ES 

PARHAM OFFERS NO REGRETS, WILL STAY 

SFtAKING OF BUILDING INSPECTIONS... (CARTOON) 

COUNCIL, PUBLIC SHOLLD GET REVIEW OH PARHAH 

ELECTION issue; INSPECTIONS 

OGBURN, 4 OTt€RS XIN RACE FOR CIH COIMIL 

DIRECTS OF INSPECTIONS SHOULD APOLOGIZE 

POJELL BRUSJCS ASIDE D^ FOR HIS OUSTER 

DUWAfi'S BUILDING INSPECTIONS CHIEF TO RETIRE 

PARHA« SAYS MEDIA PRO^fPTED RETIRE^ENT 

PARHAM LCTS IWIAGER, CIH COUNCIL OT HOOK 

COMBINIi« INSPECTIONS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 

C0^91ITTEE REPORT VINDICATED BIRMINGHAM 

CITY MOVES TO LIM< LOANS, INSPECTIONS 

COJNCIL SIPPORTS HOME CERTIFICATION BEFORE CLOSING LOAN 

TW INSPECTORS SAY KIRM UNSAFE 

FRATERNITY HOJSES, TOWN RACE TOWARD SWWKWN— INSPECTOR 

CHAMBER URGES INSPECTIONS fCRGER 

BUILDING FtRHITS, DUWAM 

BUILDING KCLIhESi COSTS RISE 

BUILDERS GET FEWER PERMITS BUT VALUE UP 

HOUSES IMIER CONSTRUCTICW 

MU.TI-FAMILY HOMES LEAD, SINGLES DROP IN BUILDING PERMITS 

COUNTY BUILDING VALUE RISE 17X 

NWffiERS DOWN, VALUE UP IN CCWTY BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS LISTED 

DURHAM INSPECTIONS OFFICE ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

WRtm m^S 4TH IN N.C. CONSTRUCTION 

CONSULTANT SAYS HOJSING MARKET SUINGING BACK TO BETTER BALANCE 

DLRHAM ISSl£S BUIQiING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS ISSl£D BY DWWAM COUNTY LISTED 

DURHAM BUILDING ACTIVITY PLUfflCTS 

Viy.UE OF BUILDING PERMITS DROPS 24X IN JANUARY 

ItURHAM ISSUES BUILIUNG FtRMITS 

DURHAM GRANTS BUILDING PEFWTS 

HCMEBUILIlIhffi SIZZLE COaS TO SI^ffER 

PAPERS HAVEN'T TOLD THE WHOLE STORY 

HOME BUIQiING LACKLUSTER FOR 3RD QUW^TER IN DURHAM 

COIMY FtRMITS ISSUED 

DURHM1 COIMY ISSUES f£U BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM BUILDING SKYROCKETS 112X 

BUILDING PERMITS SURGE IN MARCH 

DURHAM CONSTRUCTION BUILDS TOWARD ANOTHER BOOM YEAR 

COUNTY ISSLES BUILDING PERMITS 

BUILDING PERMITS IN CITY DECLINE, BUT VALUES l^ 

CITY BUIUJIf« VALUES UNDERGO 'HIGH RISE' 

NETUa^ OFFERING CC«=UTERIZED N.C. CONTRACT DATA 

Tf£YHJRN [lEVaOPERS TO SEEK PERMIT TO BUILD 

WRim PANEL BACKS CHARGINS FEES FO? fWZARDQUS OCMICAL PERMITS 

COUNTY CONSTRUCTION PLUNGES 

APARThENT CONSTRICTION OFF IN COJNTY 



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6/30/1987 A 




N 


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2 


6/30/1987 A 




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7/01/1987 A 




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7/04/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 A 




L 


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2 


7/04/1987 A 




N H70 


S 


2 


7/16/1987 A 


12 


N H70 


H 


3 


7/17/1987 B 




N B81 


S 


2 


7/24/1987 A 




N K70 


S 


2 


7/24/1987 A 




N H70 


s 




7/25/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 B 




N S51 


S 


2 


7/28/1987 A 


1 


P N K70 


H 


2 


7/29/1987 A 




N Kl 


H 


2 


7/29/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


7/29/1987 A 


1 P N H70 


s 


2 


7/29/1987 A 




N H70 


s 


2 


7/30/1987 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 D 




E 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


8/04/1987 A 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


8/06/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


8/06/1987 C 


1 P N H70 


H 


2 


8/08/1987 A 




N 


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8/08/1987 A 




P N H70 


S 


2 


8/10/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


8/17/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


9/03/1987 A 




N H70 


H 


O 


9/04/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 D 




N 


H 


3 


9/22/1987 C 




N L90 


H 


2 


10/08/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


1/22/1987 A 




N U82 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


1/25/1987 F 




P P RO 


H 


2 


2/15/1987 F 




U 


S 





2/24/1987 A 




P P W82 


H 


2 


2/25/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


3/07/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


3/11/1987 A 




N 


s 


n 


3/12/1987 A 




N U82 


H 


2 


3/14/1987 A 




N L41 


s 


2 


3/20/1987 A 




N 


s 


2 


3/28/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


3/30/1987 A 




N un? 


H 


2 


3/31/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/01/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


4/18/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 C 




N L41 


H 


2 


4/24/1987 A 




L 


H 


2 


5/10/1987 F 




N 


S 


2 


5/13/1987 A 




N 


s 


2 


5/21/1987 C 




N 


s 


2 


5/27/1987 A 




N U82 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 


6/16/1987 A 




N U82 


S 


2 


6/20/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


6/21/1987 F 




N 


S 


2 


6/23/1987 A 




N U82 


H 


2 


6/25/1987 D 




P U L41 


S 


2 


7/11/1987 A 




N M06 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 A 




N A54 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 C 




N U82 


H 


2 


7/18/1987 C 




N 



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l> 



BUILDING PERMITS ARE ISSUED 

DURHAM COUNH ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

DWWAM BUILDIfffi BOASTS 3RD IN STATE „,^„, 

DURHAM INSPECTIONS OFFICE GRANTS BUILDING PERMITS 

DURHAM HOUSING ACTIVITY Tlfl1BL£S IN FIRST HALF (F '87 

DURHAM PERMITS ARE ISSUED FOR RENOVATIONS, ADDITIONS 

DURHAM 5TH IN NEU CONSTRUCTION _^^ 

DURHAM BUILDING DROPS 38 PERCENT IN Of«.Y 1 YEAR 

CITY OF DURHAM ISSUES BUILDING PERMITS 

CITY'S AUG. CONSTRUCTION VALUES INCH UP 

AUGUST BUILDING PERMITS BASICAaY SAfS gS IN 1986 

MOST HOit BUILDING IN AREA FAR BEHIND 1986 CONSTRUCTION 

BUILDING VALUES JUMP 50% FROM LAST YEAR 

SEPT. IM?HAM BLULDING UP 

DURHAM BUILDING PERMITS LISTED 

OCT. BUILDING PLWfMETS IN Dlfl^HAM 

BUILDING PERMITS DOW IN OCTOBER 

'"''"aIxENTOn'^Ty'^HITS »180 MILLION IN HOU^ ^S ^ 
TRIANGLE BUILDERS ARE U«3ED TO PUT HOLD ON NEU HOMES 
CUSTOM-TAILORED MORTGAKS KEY TO MARKET TODAY 
HOKEaJIUING SIZZLE COO-S TO SIMJO 
MARSHALL TO LEAD DURHAM'S PARADE OF HOICS IN OCT. 
TOANGLE ECONOMY EXPECTED TO GAIN STEAM REST OF YEAR 
BAM< SEES BOOM IN AREA ECONOMY 

DURHAM BUILDING BOASTS 3RD IN STATE .,^™„.„ r 

LfflJER IMTEIEST RATE RAISES HOMEBUYER'S SENSE » AFFORDABLE 
DU»WM 5TH IN ICVI CONSTRUCTION „,^^ u.r.„™> 

EAST BEATS OUT WEST IN SURVEY RANKING REAL ESTATE ^RKETS 
CONTROVERSY GOES ROUND OVER BUILDING ROSEMARY SQUARE 
NEU YORK, BOSTON HOUSING TOPS SCALE OF EXF'ENSIVE HOMES 

BUILDING PERMITS, ORANGE COIWTY ^ 
HOICBUILDING SIZZLE COOLS TO SIMfER 
BUILDING PERMITS DCUN IN COUNTY 

BUILDING PERMITS, U.S. 

BUYERS OF MOBILE HOMES BETTER AT REPAYING LOANS 



BULBS 

SEE ALSO TULIPS 
'LITTLE BULBS' 



ADD SOME COLOR TO GATE 



BILIMIA 

SEE ALSO EATING 
FILM ON EATING DISORDERS TO BE SHOW! 
CARTOON UAS INAPPROPRIATE 

BULKHEADS 

BllKHEAD AT STATE PORT COLLAPSES _, , ^ 

COASTAL OIL-SPILL DANGER IS APPARENTLY SUBSIDIM3 

UALL BUILT TO PROTECT OIL TAI«S 

WORK CONTI(*£S ON RETAINING WU. TO PROTECT TANKS 
DREDGING ALW€ DIDN'T CAUSE D(KK COLLAPSE 

BULL CITY BICYCLES _ „ 

UNDERCOVER OFFICER CHASES THEFT SUSPECT 
GW*1AM CHARGED UITH THEFT OF SHIRTS 

BUU CITY BLUES 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, DW?HAM 
SEE ALSO mJSIC „ 

BULL CITY BLIES— ANOTHER DW?HAM FESTIVAL 

mitlSH^BaJT THE blues: first (WUAL BULL CITY BLUES FESTIVAL 
BILL CITY BLUES FESTIVAL BEGINS 
BRINGING THE BLUES HOME 
TIWA BLl£S STILL SWIMMING 
Tf€ BLUES— BULL CITY BLEND 



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S 


2 7/23/1987 A 


17 N 


S 


2 7/25/1987 A 


11 N 


S 


2 8/20/1987 A 


1 N U82 


S 


2 8/20/1987 A 


16 N 


H 


2 8/23/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


2 9/23/1987 A 


8 N 


S 


2 9/30/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 10/01/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


2 10/07/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


2 10/29/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


2 12/03/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 12/04/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 12/09/1987 A 


10 N 


S 


2 12/28/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 2/01/1987 F 


1 P U 


H 


2 3/22/1987 F 


1 C N L41 


H 


2 3/29/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 4/22/1987 C 


1 N L41 


H 


2 6/07/1987 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 8/15/1987 C 


1 N L41 


S 


2 8/15/1987 B 


1 N U82 


8 


2 8/20/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 9/13/1987 F 


1 P N 


S 


2 9/30/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 10/04/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 F 


1 P N 


H 


2 U/29/1987 F 


1 N 


H 


2 4/22/1987 C 


1 N L41 


H 


3 4/22/1987 C 


3 N 



H 2 5/24/1987 F 1 N 



S 2 10/09/1987 B 2 F 



H 1 3/18/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 4/30/1987 A 4 L 



1/17/1987 A 
1/17/1987 C 
1/18/1987 C 
1/20/1987 A 
1/26/1987 B 



10 P 

1 

1 
12 

6 



H 2 12/13/1987 B 6 
S 2 12/14/1987 A 3 



7/03/1987 
7/10/1987 
7/30/1987 
8/06/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/07/1987 



18 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
3 



N U66 

N 

F B71 

I 

F U66 

F L37 

F U66 



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T)€ SPIRIT OF THE H.L£S LIVES IN DL«HAM; Tf£ CROUD LOVES IT! 

CHAPEL HILL HAN AFRESTED FOR INCITING CONCERT RIOT 

3,W0-PLUS GAT}€R FCR BLLES FESTIVAL 

BULL CITY BLUES FESTIVAL 

KSPITE PRQBLD1S, BLUES FiWASTIC 

THE FRODXERSi Tt€ GOIMi ISN'T ALWAYS EASY FOR TfC LOCAL fftJSIC PROttOTER 

IT'S A URAP! 

BUJ. CITY ELKS LODGE 

SEE ALSO rW»W1 ELKS LOK£ 
ON TtCIR «AY 

BUJ. CITY IfWITATIOf^ TOURIWEMT 

SEE ALSO N.C. CENTRAL UNIV. SPWtTS, BASKETEAa (ICN) 
EAGLES OPEN T0UF:fWOT TOtKKROJ 
EAa^S CRUISE INTO BUJ. CITY TOJiNEY FINAL 
SLLC6ISH EAa£S GET EASY UIN 
EAGLES PLUCK FALCON, CAPTURE BULL CITY TITLE 

BUJ. CITY SERTOMA CLUB 

SEE ALSO DURH(V( SERTOftt CLUB 
SERTOMA CLUB RAISES »10,000 FOR PEDIATRICS 
BULL CITY SERTCWl KTICERS 

BULL IiURWtfl (FILtO 

CAST OF THOUSANDS f^ETO FOR BASEBALL «}VIE IN DURHAM 

CO»1ITTEE OKS REKTING CIH Pm. FOR MOVIE SCENES 

\J3l OF BAU PARK END(KSED FOR HQVIE 

MAKEUP! PUT A SHIfC ON THAT BALLPARK! 

MOVIE EXTRAS NEEBEIi 

'BIAIS' TAKE T>£ FIELD FOR CA(€0 (^^PEARANCE 

BUJ.ISH ON DW^IAM 

EXTRAS, EXTRAS READ ALL ABOUT IT 

2500 EXTRAS NEEDED TO WATCH 'BUJ. WRW^' GAfC SATTJ^DAY 

UNC LOSES ITS THIRD ASSISTANT COACH IN LAST TUO YEARS 

CUT! LITTLE L£AGl£RS H.0»^ AWAY BY fCVIE 

l€ HSJ> nCUIE STARS!!! (AD) 

CLEARING T>£ RECCFD 

DEDICATED FANS 

'HJLL We!m\' INTERESTING 

SHOOTING T}£ BU.L 

EXTRAS kORK EXTRA HARD 

HO) m:H IS TWtT D0a3IE IN THE MOVIE? FREE! 

T>£ 'Ml DURHAM' EXPERIENCE 

BEING AN 'EXTRA' MAY SPOIL MOVIE 

MOVIE'S SYMBOL TO REMAIN AT DAP 

FILM DOG HOMER A BIG HIT AT NEU HOME 

T>€ EXTRA UHO CMf. IN FROM WE COLU 

IT'S A URAP! 

EU.LET-F'ROOF VESTS 

SEE ALSO FROTECTIVE CLOTHING 
PIRHAM POLICE SEEK GWMAN 

OFFICER SHOT AT STRAW UALLEY; VEST DEFLECTS SECOND BULLET 
POLItS MAKING BOLET-PROOF VESTS STlWARD ECaJIMENT 

BUUJETS 

matching bullets 

deputies: blllet fell though r-oof 



BILLXK, N.C. 

BULLOCK RAISES MOtCY TO hELP QUADS' 



FfWILY 



BlilOCK AND MITCJCJ. TOBACCO U(«EKOUSE (OXFORD, N.C.) 
SEE ALSO BA(*£R TOBACCO '-iAREHOUSE 
SEE ALSO TOBACCO, UAREWLSES 
SOf£ OXFORD RESIDENTS WANT TO SAVE DOtWTaJN WAREHOJSE 

BULLOCK'S BARBECUE (333 UORTHAM ST.) 
BULLOCK'S BAR-B-CUE STIU BUSTLING 



S I T 

N E ELY 
P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 8/09/1987 A 1 P N P38 



8/09/1987 A 
8/10/1987 A 
8/13/1987 D 
8/14/1987 D 
9/11/1987 D 
12/31y'1987 D 



12 N 

6 N 

6 P F B71 

3 R L37 
12 P F W&4 

1 P F B71 



2 7/04/1987 C 2 P P K30 



2 12/03/1987 B 3 N P52 

2 12/05/1987 D 1 P N C68 

2 12/05/1987 B 2 P N A76 

2 12/06/1987 C 1 P N C68 



6/12/1987 B 
9/10/1987 B 



9/22/1987 C 
9/29/1987 C 
9/29/1987 A 
10/02/1987 C 
10/02/1987 C 
lO/M/1987 B 
10/08/1987 D 
10/08/1987 D 
10/15/1987 D 
10/18/1987 B 
10/18/1987 C 
10/18/1987 
10/20/1987 
10/20/1987 
10/26/1987 
10/29/1987 
10/29/1987 
10/31/1987 
11/02/1987 
11/06/1987 B 
11/08/1987 C 
11/09/1987 B 
11/22/1987 E 
12/31/1987 D 



5 N 

6 P P C45 



1 
1 
3 
1 
4 
8 

1 P 
2 

2 P 
9 

1 P 
24 
2 

1 P 
4 
1 P 

3 P 
1 P 
4 

6 
14 
1 P 
1 P 
1 P 



N S80 
N S51 
N H70 
N S51 
N 

N C52 
F B71 
N 

N B71 
N C52 
N P38 
A 
N 
P 
L 
F 
F 



n66 



B71 

B71 
N P38 
L 

J R53 
N C52 
N P38 
F C52 
F B71 



2 7/01/1987 A 1 P N H70 
2 7/02/1987 B 1 N M51 
2 7/27/1987 C 1 N H30 



H 2 6/26/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 8/01/1987 B 1 N 



H 1 10/06/1987 C 1 N 



H 1 1/20/1987 C 1 P N J20 



S 2 9/09/1987 A 1 P N W82 



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^"^^HIMSRY BUI ms COUPLE SINGING THE GARDEN BLUES 

BUMPER STICKERS 

DRIMEN DRIVER BUMPER STICKERS WGED 

DUI STICKERS BAD IDEA ___ ^ 

LONG USING SEQUEL FOR BUW>ER STICKER 

^'^'"'dWbKxaTI^* ISSUE WJDDIES HARD-f OUGHT WATER AGREEMENT 
PRISON PLANS DRAW PROTEST 
BUCOMBE COUNTY WON'T GET PROPOSED FORESTRY CAfP 

BUNCOMBE COU^fTY SCHOaS ,_^ ^ ^,^^^ 
SCHOOL BUS LEAVES REAR WHEELS BEHIND 

HIKIKTY'Q HAR WASH 

BtM<Pr>S E^ANSION HELPED BY LOAN THAT LOtCRS INTEREST, LENGT>€NS TERM 

Bl«-MIL COIWTRY CLUB 

SEE ALSO BIW.INGTON INDUSTRIES _ „„„^ 

BUa-INGTON INDUSTRIES TELLS EfPLOYEES CLUB LEASE ENDING 

BURDEN CREEK 

DEVELOPERS SPEED PROJECTS 

ARTS COUCIL f€EDS $40,000 MORE FOR OPERATING EXPENSES 

COUNTY MAY C0NDEifl4 LAND FOR SEWER WORK 

BUREAUCRACY, N.C. _ _^^„„ 

TREES LtBE OUT TO THE BUREAUCRACY 

BUREAUCRACY, U.S. 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL EhfflOYEES 
SEE ALSO REGULATORY AGENCIES 

IS THERE REALLY A U.S. MINT? 

DOES BUREAUCRACY HAVE COMPASSION? 

TPA: delay INAPPROPRIATE 

NO MORE BUREAUCRACY NEEIO _ 

BUREAUCRATIC IDIOCY DOESN'T TAKE HOLIDAY 

Bt^GER KING (ELLIOT ROAD, CHAPEL HILL) ^„^^,„^,^ 
WOMAN WEARING HAaOlCEN MASK ROBS RESTAURANT 
WOMAN FACES COUNTS OF ROBBERY, ASSAULTS 

BURGER KING (GUESS ROAD) _^ 
4 TEENS ROB RESTAURANT EMPLOYEE 
TEENS TRY TO ROB RESTAIRAMT 

BURGER KING (U.S.) ^ „„„i..™, 

SUIT FILED ON FORT BRAGG BU^tGER BUSI^ESS 

BIPOLAR ALARMS 

SEE ALARM SYSTEMS 

BURGLARY 

SEE ROBBERY, DURHAM 

SEE ROBBERY, N.C. 

SEE ROBBERY, U.S. 

BURGLARY RING 

SEE ALSO FENCING (CRIICS) 
SEE ALSO ROBBERY, W*;H<«1 

T^€R RING SUSPECT GETS 6-YEAR TERM ,._„.„„ ^^an-rrn 

OFICERS SAY RING STOLE HEAVY EQUIPMOTT IN SE^ei N.C. COWTIES 

107 CHARGES FILED IN INVESTIGATION OF BREAK-INS AT DtKTORS' OFFICES 

HILLSIDE COACH CHARGED IN COmJTER THER RDfi 

HIUSIDE TEACtfiR SAID TTOT-RING LEADER 

2ND COACH AT HILLSIDE IS ARRESTED 

TRIAL DATE SET FOR TEACHER ON THER COUNT 



S 2 8/10/1987 C 1 N B53 



H 2 6/17/1987 B 2 N 
S 2 6/18/1987 A 4 E 
H 2 10/14/1987 A 13 N R53 



H 2 1/25/1987 B 10 J 
H 2 4/15/1987 A 11 N 
H 2 8/29/1987 A 11 N 



H 2 9/20/1987 C 5 N 
H 2 6/14/1987 C 9 N L41 

H 2 9/05/1987 B 5 N 



S 2 11/16/1987 A 1 N M06 
H 2 11/22/1987 B 5 N A54 
S 2 12/14/1987 C 1 N M06 



H 2 3/12/1987 A 4 L 



2 1/15/1987 A 
2 4/05/1987 D 
2 6/25/1987 A 
2 11/23/1987 A 
2 12/31/1987 A 



2 10/23/1987 C 

3 11/10/1987 C 



2/11/1987 B 
2/25/1987 C 
3/04/1987 C 
3/26/1987 B 
3/26/1987 A 
3/27/1987 B 
3/27/1987 A 



U G33 
U G33 
E 
E 
E 



16 N 080 
1 N BIO 



S 2 1/16/1987 C 1 N 
S 2 1/30/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 1/28/1987 B 6 N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N S92 

N 

N S92 



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21-YEAR PRISON TERM CUT TO 5 YEiStfK IN STOLEN GOODS CASES 

5 TEENS CHARGED IN CAR BREAK-INS; $12,000 IN STOLEN FTOFtRTY SEIZEI 

FaiCE LCCKIN8 FOR T>€ OUfCRS OF STOLEN GOODS 

STOLEN SILVER WORTH $40,000 IS RECOVERED; ARREST MADE 

MAN t£LD IN WM. VALLEY T}£RSi POLICE RECOVER *40,000 IN..,SILVEP. ■ 

4TH ARREST MADE IN 5 DLRHAM ROBKRIES 

SUSPECTS IN ROBBERIES FACE MtS^ CHARGES 

17 CHARKD WITH CAR BREAK-INS 

C«-T}€n RING TIED TO CHATHAM 

PaiCE AUAIT OJRHAM TIE TO CAR SCAM IN SILER CITY 

COUPLE CWtf?GED IN CO)#€CTION WITH TEEN-AGE LARCENY RING 

BLRIALS 

SEE FUNERALS 

BLRKART-CAROLINA BUILDING (fCNDERSON, N.C.) 
UNION BLASTS CUTS IN PAY, BENEFITS 
WAGE CUTS SPARK m€H IN ^£NI£KS(W 
BLAZE DAMA(SS FIANT IN HENI£RSON 

BURKE COUNTY, N.C, 

HICKORY POLICE FILE 154 DRUG CHARGES 

iAME OFFICERS FIND BUILDING EQUIPPED TO (3«)U MARIJJANA 

EXPLOSION, FIRE DESTROY SCKWL IN BIME COMY 

NEW BURKE IX)T OFFICIAL fCLD W 4 DRUG CHAR(£S 

BURLINGTON, N.C. 

SEE ALSO COfWITTEE FOR A BETTER UAY 

SEE ALSO LIQUOR-BY-THE DRINK, BUO-INGTCW 

BIW.INGTON STORE R'OBBED 

FIRE DAMAGES WXJSE IN aW.INGTON 

BALLOON RACE TO BE ^€LD (WY 8-10 AT BURLINGTON 

BALLOONS IN BLW.INGTON 

GAUDY BALLtXJNS FILL BURLINGTWJ SKIES 

BALLODN RACE IN BURLINGTON HAILED AS 'GREAT SUXESS' 

POWER TO BE SHUT OFF 

CRUISIN': BURLINGTON REIGfO AS CRUISIN' CAPITA. 

BUO-INGTON GETS CELLU.AR PWNES 

NAACP CONCERT SET IN BmLINCTON 

SAILORS TO RECEIVE LONG CARDS FROM BU^INGTON 

HOiCLESS StCLTER IN BURLINGTON KTS KWNT (F $23,967 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ANNEXATION 

10 BURLINGTON VOTERS HAVE THEIR SAY 
BURLINGTON fCRCHANTS OPPOSE $5 PARdNG FIf€S 

BURLINGTON, N.C, BUH£T 

SEE ALSO BIW.INGTON CITY C01M:IL, BUKST 
BLW.INGTON AKFTS BUDGET WITH PRESENT TAX RATE 

BURLINGTON, N.C, BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, INDUSTRIAL I£VaOPf€NT 
BU«.If«T(^ ASKS OPINIONS W IBUNTOW 
CCfff'ANY BUYS BURLINGTON LANDMARK 
BIRLINGTON f€ftCHANTS OPPOSE $5 PARKING FII€S 
Bl^lINGTON TAKES FURTHER ACTION ON MAIN STREET 

BURLINGTON, N.C, CWISTMAS P(«ADE 

Blffa.INGTON TO HAVE A PARADE AND A PARADE 
BLSa.INGTON CHRISTMAS PARADE 
AND THE BAND FU^YED ON 

BURLINGTON, N.C, DOIWTOW REDEVELOPMENT 
BIW.INGTON ASKS [PINIONS ON DOWNTOWN 
REMOVAL OF MALL BACKED IN SURVEY 

BUy.INGTON CLOSER TO REOPENING SECTION OF MAIN STREET TO TRAFFIC 
BI*1INGT0N TAKES FURTHER ACTION ON MAIN STREET 
ELKLINGTON COUNCIL TAKES OfC MALL STEP 
BURLINGTON'S DOWNTOWN CHANGING 



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S 


I T i 


N 


E E 


L Y \ 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 6/12/1987 B 


1 N S82 


H 


3 8/20/1987 B 


1 P N BIO 


H 


3 8/21/1987 B 


1 N BIO 


H 


2 10/28/1987 C 


1 P N fSl 


S 


2 10/28/1987 C 


1 P N B53 


S 


2 10/30/1987 A 


1 N B53 


H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


2 11/05/1987 C 


10 P N M51 


H 


2 12/09/1987 C 


4 N 


S 


2 12/09/1987 A 


1 N E53 


S 


2 12/11/1987 C 


2 N 



H 1 1/10/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 4/05/1987 C 5 N 
H 1 4/16/1987 B 1 N 



S 2 2/03/1987 A 1 N 

H 2 2/17/1987 C 8 N 

H 2 3/18/1987 B 7 N 

S 2 7/01/1987 C 13 N 



H 


2 


1/22/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 




2/04/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




4/09/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 




5/09/1987 A 


1 


P P F70 


H 




5/10/1987 C 


1 


P N H60 


H 




5/13/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 




5/16/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




8/10/1987 A 


10 P F H60 


S 




9/24/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 




9/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




12/02/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




12/12/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




4/29/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 




5/07/1987 B 


1 


N 



H 1 6/18/1987 B 



H 1 1/13/1987 B 

H 1 3/28/1987 C 

H 1 5/07/1987 B 

H 1 5/21/1987 B 



H 1 11/20/1987 B 
H 1 11/22/1987 B 
H 2 11/23/1987 B 



1 N H60 

1 N 

1 N 

1 N 



1 N H60 
1 P P T32 
1 P P T32 



1 1/13/1987 B 

1 1/17/1987 C 

1 4/23/1987 B 

1 5/21/1987 B 

2 7/22/1987 C 
1 8/05/1987 C 



N H60 

N 
N 
N 

N H60 f 



BURLINGTON, N.C, ELECTIONS 



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SEE W.SO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON CITY COUCIL, ELECTIONS 

A FEU BURLINGTON FOU<S TO VOTE TODAY 

10 BURLINGTON VOTERS HAV€ THEIR SAY r-^xm-o 

ALAMANCE DOESN'T REALLY HAVE AN 'OFF YEAR' FOR ELECTIONS 

MAYOR OF BIRLINGTON WON'T SEEK NEU TERM 

TWO COUNCIUCN FILE FOR BIW.INGTW MAYOR 

BURLINGTON C01M:IL PUTS DRINKS ISSt£ ON BALLOT ^.,.™„Tnu 

MIXED DRINKS VOTE IN BURLINGTON EXPECTO TO INCREAK REGISTRATION 

REGISTRATION CLOaS MONDAY ._„..„ 

BURLINGTON LIQUOR VOTE Hlfffl-IGHTS ALAMANCE RACES 

BURLINGTON VOTERS OK SALE OF MIXED DRINKS 

BURLINGTON, N.C., GROWTH DEVaOPlCNT ^ „„„„r^,T 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., INDUSTRIAL DEVaOPfCNT 
BURLINGTON TASK FORCE PREPARING TO BEGIN UCRK 

BURLINGTON, N.C., HISTORIC DISTRICT ^_ ^, „ ,^^^ 
SEE ALSO AN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF BURLINGTON, N.C. (BOOK) 
BURLINGTON HISTORY BOOK GOES ON SALE 

^S An'^^CHITECTJRAL history of BURLINGTON, N.C. (BOOK) 
BURLINGTON HISTORY lOOK GOES ON SAL£ 

BURLINGTON, N.C, INDUSTRIAL ICVELOPWfT „„^„^ 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COU^fTY, N.C, INDUSTRIAL DEVELCFI€NT 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C, GROWTH DEVELCPfOff 

BUa.INGTON PLANT CLOSING TO COST 200 PEOPLE XBS 

BIM.INGTON BUILDING PLANS ABANDONED 

BURLINGTON, N.C, LAND USE 

BIRLINGTON TASK FORCE PREPARING TO BEGIN WORK 
ALAMANCE FORUM LOOKS AT hEEDS FOR FUTISS 

BURLINGTON, N.C, imSFlU. _^, , 

SEE (^SO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, U^IDFILL 
TASK FORCE IN ALAMANCE GETS SIX MORE MEMBERS 
BURLINGTON OKS LEASING PROPERTY TO LITTLE LEA6l£ 

BURLINGTON, N.C, LIBRARIES 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C, LIBRARIES 
ALAMANCE LIBRARIES' FUNDING TO BE STUDIED 
ALAMANCE STUDIES LIBRARY FINANCING 

BURLINGTON, N.C, LOCAL OPTION ELECTION 
SEE BURLIICTCN, N.C, ELECTIONS 
SEE LIQUCR-BY-TJC DRI1«, BURLINGTON 

^■^^sS BURLINGTON'ciTYm^ILMAN IS CONSIDERING RUNNING FOR MAYOR 
GEFOW WILL BE CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR IN BURLINGTON 
MAYOR OF BIRLINGTON UON'T SEEK NEW TERM 
TWO COUNCILMEN FILE FOR BURLINGTON MAYOR 

REGISTRATION aOSES MONDAY ^ 

BURLINGTON LIQUOR VOTE HIM.IGHTS ALAMANCE RACES 

BWLINGTON VOTERS OK SALE OF MIXED DRINKS 

MAYOR, TWO COUNCIL tCMBERS TAKE THEIR POSTS IN BWLINGTON 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ORDINANCES 

BURLINGTON COIMIIL BACKS f€W TOWING PaiCY 

BURLINGTON, N.C, PARKING 

BURLINGTON MERCHANTS OPPOSE »5 PARKING FINES 

BWa.INGTON COUNCIL TAKES QIC MALL STEP 

MAYOR, TWO C019CIL MEMBERS TAKE THEIR POSTS IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON OFFERS SOME RENTAL SPACES BEFORE PARKING VIOLATION FINES... 

Bl^LINGTON, N.C, PARKS 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



4/28/1987 B 

4/29/1987 B 

6/27/1987 C 

7/11/1987 C 

8/08/1987 C 

8/19/1987 C 

8/21/1987 B 

10/03/1987 C 

11/01/1987 D 

11/04/1987 B 



1 2/03/1987 C 
1 3/18/1987 C 



1/29/1987 B 

2/06/1987 B 

7/11/1987 C 

8/08/1987 C 

10/03/1987 C 

11/01/1987 D 

11/04/1987 B 

12/03/1987 B 



N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N 

N H60 
N H60 
N H60 
N 

N H60 
N 



H 1 2/10/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 1 12/16/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 1 12/16/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 1 5/14/1987 B 1 M 
H 2 7/01/1987 C 5 N 



1 2/10/1987 C 1 N H60 
1 11/13/1987 B 1 N T35 



1 N K68 
1 N K68 



1 2/21/1987 B 1 N 
1 7/11/1987 C 1 N H60 



5/07/1987 B 

7/22/1987 C 

12/03/1987 B 

12/22/1987 C 



N 
N 
N 

N H60 
N 

N H60 
N 
N T35 



H 1 10/30/1987 C 1 N T35 



N 
N 

N T35 
N H60 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



SEE ALSO BUFIINGTON CITY PARK 
BIM.IN6T0N TO GET NEW PARKS DIRECTOR 

BURLINGTON, N.C., STREETS 

REMOVAL OF MALL BACKED IN SUWEY 

BUa.INGTON OKS LEASI^HS PRff>ERTY TO LITTLE LEAOE 

BIM.INGTON aOSER TO REOPENING SECTION OF MAIN STREET TO TRAFFIC 

BURLINGTON TAKES FURTHER ACTION ON MAIN STREET 

BtW.IN6T0N'S mUNTOUN CHANGING 

BURLINGTON, N.C., TAX RATE 

BURLINGTON ADOPTS BUDGET WITH PRESENT TAX RATE 

BURLINGTON, N.C., WASTE TREATMENT PLANTS 
SEE ALSO SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS, N.C. 
WATER PLANT MAY BE CLOSED 30 DAYS 

BURLINGTON, N.C, WATER RESOURCES 

COMISM CfOICAL SPILLED AT BURLINGTON WATER PLANT 
BIW.INGTON TO CONSERVE WATER TO AID NEIGHBORS 

BURLINGTON, N.C, ZONING 

BWa.INGTON REJECTS ZONING CHANGE 

REZONING FOR 9CPPING CENTER SITE CK'D AFTER COffWJHISE REACHED 

OFFICIALS RESENT STATE ZONING INTERFERENCE 

BURLINGTON AIRPORT 

SEE BURLINGTON fWNICIPAL AIRPORT 

BURLINGTON ANTIOJES FAIR 
SEE ALSO ANTIQUE SHOWS 
BIW-INGTON ANTIQIES FAIR O^ENS FRIDAY 

HJRLINGTON ARTIST LEAGIE 
SEE ALSO ARTISTS, N.C 
PAINTIhffi SHOW TO OPEN THURSDAY 

BURLINGTON BLENIO FAH^ICS 

BURLINGTON GETS »150 MIUION FOR APPARa DIVISION 

BURLINGTON CAROUSa FESTIVAL 

SEE ALSO CAROUSaS 

SEE ALSO FESTIVALS, N.C 
VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR BURLINGTON'S CAR€USa FESTIVAL 
CAROUSa IS CENTERPIECE FOR BURLINGTON ACTIVITIES 
CAROU^L CRARSMEN TO DISPLAY WORKS 

BURLINGTON CHRISTXAS PARAIC 

SEE BURLINGTON, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON REJECTS ZONING CHANGE 

BWRLINGTON ASKS OPINIONS ON DOWKfTOlW 

RQ10V(^ OF MAa BACKED IN SURVEY 

GROUP mas OLD BURLINGTON POLICE STATION 

SECOND ajRLINGTON CITY C01M;ILMAN IS CONSIDERING RUNNING FOR MAYOR 

BLW.INGTON TASK FORCE PREF'ARING TO BEGIN WORK 

BURLINGTON OKS LEASING P-RCfftRH TO LITTLE LEAGIE 

REZONING FOR SHOPPING CENTER SITE (K'D AFTER COMPROMISE REACHO 

BIM.IN6T0N aOSER TO REGF'ENING SECTION OF MAIN STREET TO TRAFFIC 

Bl^INGTON fCRCHANTS OPPOSE $5 PARKING FlhCS 

B1ia.INGT0N TAKES FURTHER ACTION ON MAIN STREET 

BIW-INGTON COUNCIL TAKES ONE MAa STEP 

BURLINGTON COUNCIL PUTS DRINKS ISSUE ON BAaOT 

MIXED DRINKS VOTE IN BURLINGTON EXPECTED TO INCREASE REGISTRATION 

BWRLINGTON CITY COUNCILMAN'S 2-YEARHDLD DAUGHTER DRO(WS 

BURLINGTON TO CONSERVE WATER TO AID NEIGHBORS 

BURLINGTON SEaS OLD PXICE STATION 

BURLINGTON SIGNS TOWING CONTRACT 

BIKLINGTON COUNCIL BACKS mi TOWING PaiCY 



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C -PG L P BYL ^ 



H 1 12/19/1987 C 1 N HAO 



1/17/1987 C 
3/18/1987 C 
4/23/1987 B 
5/21/1987 B 
8/05/1987 C 



H 1 6/18/1987 B 



H 1 5/14/1987 B 



N 

N K68 
N 
N 
N H60 



N H60 



H 1 5/13/1987 C 1 N 
H 1 9/03/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 1 1/07/1987 B 1 N 
H 1 4/09/1987 B 2 N K68 
H 2 4/15/1987 B 1 N S80 



H 2 3/25/1987 A 12 N 

H 1 4/01/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 12/25/1987 C 7 N 



H 2 7/25/1987 C 3 N H60 
H 1 9/19/1987 C 1 N H60 
H 1 9/19/1987 C 1 N 



H 




1/07/1987 B 


I N 


H 




1/13/1987 B 


I N H60 


H 




1/17/1987 C 1 


N 


H 




1/21/1987 C 1 


L N 


H 




1/29/1987 B ] 


I N 


H 




2/10/1987 C 


N H60 


H 




3/18/1987 C 


N K68 


H 




4/09/1987 B : 


! N K68 


H 




4/23/1987 B 


N 


H 




5/07/1987 B 


N 


H 




5/21/1987 B 1 


N 


H 




7/22/1987 C ; 


I N 


H 




8/19/1987 C 1 


N H60 


H 




8/21/1987 B 


N H60 


H 




8/23/1987 C ; 


; 


H 




9/03/1987 B ] 


N H60 


H 




9/03/1987 B 


L N 


H 




10/22/1987 B ; 


I N 


H 




10/30/1987 C ] 


N T35 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



I 



MAYOR, TWO C01M:IL MEMBERS TAKE THEIR POSTS IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON CITY COWCIL, BUDGET 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., BUMST , ^ ^ ^^^ 
BURLINGTON ADOPTS BUDGET UITH PRESENT TAX RATE 

BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, ELECTIONS 

SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C., ELECTIONS 
SEE ALSO ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTICWS 
SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., ELECTIONS 

MAYOR OF BIW-INCTON WON'T SEEK NEW TERM 

TWO COWICIUCN FILE FOR BURLINGTON (WYOR 

BURLINGTON LIQUOR VOTE HlfttlGHTS ALAMANCE RACES 

BUa.INGTON VOTERS OK SALE OF MIXED DRI^KS 

BURLINGTON CITY PARK 

SEE ALSO BURLINGTON, N.C., PARKS __„ 

CAraim. IS CENTERPIECE FOR BURLINGTON ACTIVITIES 

^^L^K^OFlffi E SINGLE Pl^ BY SCHOXS 

^'SS^U S'lN COMPETITION FOR NATION^ HONOR 
LET'S HOPE LULU THE WEATHER GOAT STAYS ON TIC PORCH 
READ aI I AK3UT IT 

AlS(ANCE, CASWELL SCHOOLS REVISE SCHEDULES TO MAKE UP MISSED DAYS 
ONLY 16 PEOPLE ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTE 
MRS. OLIVER VWS TO 'INVEST IN THE FUTURE' 
Bl«LI^«3T0N TEACHER KTS CRYSTAL APPLE FROM PRESIDENT 
A BIG DAY FROM 'ffflRNING' TO REAGAN 
TEAC^€R OF THE YEAR! SURVIVING AND THRIVING 
A FEW BIW-INGTON FOLKS TO VOTE TODAY 
10 BURLINGTON VOTERS HAVE THEIR SAY 
MOST AREA SCHOOLS REPORTING ENROLUCNT STEADY 
ALAMANCE FO^JM LOJKS AT NEEDS FOR FUT15« 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOaS, AWARDS ^^_^ 
B«a.INGTON, ALAMANCE SCHOXS CITED 

^Ti'JSl3i^S KpIC...AS county COMMISSIONERS MEET ON GOALS 

BURLINGTON CITY SCHOaS, BUILDING PROJECTS __^„ 

ALAMANCE OFFICIAL URGES SINGLE PLAN BY SOfflOLS „^,„,^^ „ _, 
ALAMANCE COUm AND BURLIW3T0N SCHOOLS PRESENT SPENDING PLANS 

BURLINGTON CIVITAN CLUB 

PRINCIP<^ IS NAMED IfflMAN OF YEAR 

BURLINGTON COAT FACTORY 

ANTI-€ONSUMER LEGISLATION 

BURLINGTON FIRE DEPT. 

BURLINGTON FIRE CHIEF JOHN LOVE 
FIRE CHIEF IS APPOINTED IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON FIRE DEPT., CHIEF 

FII« CHIEF IS APPOINTED IN BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON INDIANS 

FAhTARE; INDIAN CHIEF 
MOTA KEYS INDIANS TO OPENING WIN 
INDIANS WINS 2ND STRAIGHT 
INDIANS SCALP BRAVES, 12-0 
BURLINGTON SWEEPS PAIR FRW CUBS 
NEEL'S HOME !m POWERS INDIANS, 8-5 
ORIOLES CLIP INDIANS, 6-2 
INDIANS CLUB KIN6SP0RT, 4-1 
INDIANS' MISCIES CONTRIBUTE TO LOSS 



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H 1 12/03/1987 B 1 N T35 



H 1 6/18/1987 B 1 N 



H 1 7/11/1987 C 1 N 

H 1 8/08/1987 C 1 N H60 

H 2 11/01/1987 D 3 N H60 

H 2 11/04/1987 B 2 N 



H 1 9/19/1987 C 1 N H60 



H 1 12/17/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 


1 


1/30/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


3/03/1987 D 


1 


N 


H 


2 


3/06/1987 B 


4 P P 


H 


1 


3/20/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


4/11/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


S 


2 


4/21/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 A 


1 


N S80 


H 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


1 


4/28/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


4/29/1987 B 


I 


N H60 


H 


1 


9/03/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


1 


11/13/1987 B 


1 


N lib 


H 


1 


1/24/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


2 


1/10/1987 B 


1 


N S80 


H 


1 


12/17/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


12/22/1987 C 


1 


N T35 



H 1 12/19/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 12/30/1987 A 4 L 



H 2 5/04/1987 B 8 
H 1 5/28/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 1 5/28/1987 B 1 N H60 



H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2 1/30/1987 C 
2 6/21/1987 B 
2 6/22/1987 B 
6/26/1987 C 
6/28/1987 B 
6/29/1987 B 
6/30/1987 D 
7/01/1987 C 
7/02/1987 B 



3 
2 
4 
2 
7 
4 
2 
2 
4 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



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S U B J E 



INDIANS, CARDINALS SPLIT 

INDIANS RIP METS, 7-1 

KINGSPORT SHJTS OUT BURLINGTON, 9-0 

INDIANS FALL TO CARDS 

LWKFORD, CARDIN«.S SMACK INDIANS, 11-6 

INDIANS LOSE 4TH STRAIGHT 

INDIANS UIN 5TH STRAIGHT 

Bl^O-INGTON SHUTS OUT TUINS 

TIGERS CLIP INDIANS, 5-4 

INDIANS BLISTER TIGERS 

BLUEFIELD TOPS INDIANS 

imiNttS POttR TO UIN 

INDIANS NIP BLUEFIELD 

BIM.INGTON CLIPS O'S 

INDIANS SKIN CUBS 

CUBS CLAU INDIANS 

KINGSPORT TOPS INDIANS 

INDIANS BLANK CARDINALS, 4-0 

INDIANS SLAM CARDS 

INDIANS TOP TUINS 

INDIANS RAaY FOR UIN 

INDIANS CLAIM 7TH STRAIGHT 

BUa.INGTON WINS 8TH STRAIGHT 

INDIANS CLAIM 9TH STRAIGHT 

INDIANS UIN lOTH STRAIGHT 

INDIANS UIN UTH 

IfffllANS AT A lOZEN 

BRAVES END INDIANS' 12H5A[t UIN STREAK 

BmLINGTON RIFPED BY ELIZABETHTON, 6-3 

BtW-INGTON HOLDS ON 

FULASKI BLANKS INDIANS 

TIGERS CLIP INDIANS 

BLRLINGTON CLIPS TIGERS 

INDIANS CLINCH NORTHERN DIVISION 

BWLINGTON ROUTS ORIOLES 

INDIANS RIP UYTHEVILIE 

INDIANS FALL IN 10 

INDIANS ENTER PLAYOFFS UITH UIN 

BUa.IN6T0N UINS, M)ES FOR TITLE TODAY 

B«a.INGTON SWEEPS CARDS FOR TITLE 

FA^f ARE/ET CETERA 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO WR-nil COl^fmY CLUB 

BURLINGTON 'CAUTIOUSLY OPHMISTIC 

BU^INGTON INDUSTRIES ffPEMk TO BE TARGET OF TAKEOVER 

BLiRLINGTON INDUSTRIES INVESTOR fttS NO COmOfr 

COnON SUBSIDIES HIT «728 MILLION 

»2 BILLION OFFER FOR BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES REPORTED 
--EVEN IF TAKEOVER FAILS, BURLINGTON MILLS UILL BE A TARGET 
- BILLS WaJLD EXTEND TAKEOVER PROTECTION 

SENATE APPRtJVES TAKEOVER PROTECTION MEASURE 

ANALYSTS SAY BURLINGTON UILL FiafT BUYOUT 

HOUSE APPROVES, THEN SLOWS ANTI-TAKEOVER BILL 

BURLINGTON SUES INVESTOR CT;OUP 

LEGISLATURE HANDS BURLINGTON TAKEOVER- ARMOR 

GREDtSBORO BASE Aff EARS SECURE 

N.Y. INVESTOR OWNS 9,4X OF N.C. TEXTILE 

□G-MAN CALLED A 'MONEY MAKER' 

analysts: BUYOUT TO UNRAVa BURLINGTON 

BIM.INGTON CHALLENGES LEGALITY OF TAKIOVER 

$1.62 BILLION OFFER MADE FOR BURLIf«TON 

INVESTMENT GROUP CHALLENGING LAW ON COMPANY SALES 

FEDERAL JUDGE REFUSES TO BLOCK STATE'S 1977 LAU ON TAKEOVERS 

BIJ<LINGTON STOCK TRADE HEAVY 

BIJIINGTON INDUSTRIES REJECTS TAKEOVER; PLANS STOCK BUYBACK 

HOJSE COmiTTEE APPROVES BILL TO TWJART BURLINGTON TAKEOVER 

EDELMAN MAY UP TAKEOVER ANTE 

BILL AIMED AT HOSTILE TAKEOVERS UINS BACKING 

STATE Bia TO SAVE BI PASSED 



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4 


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2 


7/07/1987 B 


4 


N 


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2 


7/08/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/10/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/11/1987 D 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/18/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/20/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/21/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/24/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 C 


14 


N 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/29/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


-5 


7/30/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/02/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/04/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


n 


8/07/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/08/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/09/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/10/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/12/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/13/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/14/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/15/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/16/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/19/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/21/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/22/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/24/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


8/26/1987 D 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/30/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


8/31/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


n 


9/01/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


11/11/1987 D 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/11/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


4/16/1987 D 


8 


N 


H 


2 


4/25/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


4/27/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


T 


4/28/1987 B 


16 


N L40 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 A 


13 


N L40 


H 


2 


4/29/1987 A 


15 P N 


H 


2 


4/30/1987 C 


10 


N L40 


H 




4/30/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


n 


5/02/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


o 


5/02/1987 A 


11 


N 


H 


n 


5/03/1987 C 


12 


N 


S 




5/04/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 




5/05/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 D 


5 


N 


H 


2 


5/07/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 




5/07/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 A 


17 


N 


S 


2 


5/08/1987 C 


2 


N 


H 


2 


5/12/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


2 


5/12/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


8 


N i 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


8 


N 


H 


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5/14/1987 D 


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-a630- 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



DOMINION UPS THE ANTE IN BUYOUT GAMBLE „,„>„ 

U^ OF FINANCIAL DATA IN TAKEOVER ATTEMPT CIUESTIO^CD ^ _ 

SANFORD SAYS TAKEOVO TREND 'GEnil« OJT OF HAND' AGAIN 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS „„ 

Blia.IN6T0N UORKERS LIKELY TO STAY PLANTED 

BUa.INGTON INDUSTRIES OKS LEVERAGB BUYOUT 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES WTS FOR LEVERAGED BUYOUT 

SANF(»D PUSfCS BILL TO HALT TAKEOVERS ^^„^. 

dS«NION I^ PONDERS ^Ea MOVE: CHAIRMAN CRITICIZES BURLIM3T0N... 

KEEP IflJFRIENDLY CORPORATE RAIDERS AT BAY 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

EBELMAN AGAIN RAISES T}€ STAKES 

EKLMAN DENIES DE/^ TO END Bl«LIl«TON TAKEOVER 
BIM.INGTON SAYS BUYOJT BID TAINTED 
BURLINGTON AWAITS TAKEOVER RU-ING 
BURLINGTON TAKEOVER TEMPORARILY BLOCKED 
EIiELMAN, DOMINION EXTEND TAKEOVER (FFER 
BURLINGTON EXTENDS $80-A-SHARE OFFER _ 
BWRLIMSTON'S FRIENDLY BIDDER SIEETENS POT 
DOMINION FIRES AT N.C. LAUS 
BOND WAIVED IN BU^-INGTON CASE 
BURLINGTON BIDDERS SEEK EXTENSION „ ^^„^, 
FORMER BURLINGTON CHIEF DENIES LEAKING Iff ORMATION 
COURTS TRIP DfflllNION IN RACE FOR BURLINGTON TAKEOVER 
BURLINGTON APPEARS TO BE WINNING FIGHT 

MORGAN STA(A£Y CLAIMS BURLINGTON 

BURLINGTON OUTSPENT PROFITS AVOIDING BUYOUT 

OXFORD'S BOND SALE RUNS INTO SNAG „„,„.. 

NCNB SAID TO BE AMONG FINANCIAL BACKERS OF BURLINGTON ACQUISITION 
STREAMLINED BURLINGTON MEANS aiMINATION OF 500 JOBS 
TRIAD MAY ABSORB BURLINGTON LAYOFFS 
BURLINGTON'S LAYOFFS BEING SOUGHT BY MANY COMPANIES 
BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES CUHING MORE JOBS 
BURLINGTON JOBS IN N.Y. ON TfE LINE _^ ^^ , ^^^ ^ 
BURLINGTON TRIES TO EASE J)B HUNT FOR WE LAID-OFF 
MORE BURLINGTON LAYOFFS ARE FIRICE OF THWARTED BUYOUT 
CONFLICT ISSUE IN BURLINGTON TAKEOyER FIGHT AIRED 
BURLIfffiTON A^B<OUNCES MORE LAYOFFS 

$100 MILLim COMPLEX PLANhED FOR OLD MILL SITE IN WEST DURHAM 
9TH STREET GROWTH TO FOLLOW EXPANSION 
ERWIN SQUARE EXPANSION MAY SPUR CIH'S REBIRTH 
DEMOLITION STARTS FOR ERWIN SQUARE PROJECT 
ERWIN SQUARE PROJECT ANOTHER GEM FOR CITY 
EDELiWI AIMS AT FOREIGN TAKEOVER 
BURLINGTON BUYOUT TO COST ADDITIONAL $166 MILLION 
- DU<E MAY USE SO^E OFFICES, PARKING AT ERWIN SQUARE 

BURLINGTON IS B0U3HT OUT: ACQUISITION BY MORGAN STANLEY GROJP... 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES TELLS EMPLOYEES CLUB LEASE ENDING 

BUSIfCSS HIGHLIGHTS 

BURLINGTON LOBBYISTS PAID »2OO,0OO 

ON A TEAR 

LANDRIEU: STATES SHOUJ) PRESERVE CONTROL IN TAKEOVER TRIES 

BILL WOOD LET STATES RULE ON TAKEOVERS 

BURLINGTON PLANS TO SELL 3 DIVISIONS 

ICW DROP THREATDfi RIRLINGTON PLANS 

BURLINGTON ADDS NEW CLAIMS TO SUIT 

DOMINION BUYS ER-WIN DENIM FROM BURLINGTON .„..,.™,. 

N.C. LEGISLATORS GIVE PROTECTION TO SHAREHOLDERS FROM 'RAIDERS' 

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES SELLING RHAIL OUTLETS 

BURLINGTON PUTS EUROPEAN OPERATIONS UP FOR SALE 

SALE OF BURLINGTON'S MILLS JARRING ICl^ TO 'DENIM CAPITAL' 

FIRE HASTENS lEMOLITION WORK ON PLANT 

GRADUATE PAY SURVEY 

CHANGES COMING FASTER FOR BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES 

FIREFIGHTERS PRAISED _ ,, „,„,, 

BURLINGTON GETS tl50 MILLION FOR APPAREL DIVISION 

BURLINGTON STILL TRYING TO PAY DEBT 

PTL SCANDAL VOTED TOP STORY BY N.C. iCDIA 

RJRLINGTON INDUSTRIES, EMPLOYEES 



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5/16/1987 A 
5/17/1987 D 
5/17/1987 D 
5/20/1987 B 
5/21/1987 D 
5/21/1987 
5/22/1987 
5/22/1987 
5/23/1987 
5/26/1987 
5/27/1987 
5/28/1987 
5/31/1987 
6/02/1987 
6/03/1987 
6/06/1987 . 
6/08/1987 B 
6/09/1987 B 
6/11/1987 D 
6/13/1987 
6/16/1987 
6/19/1987 
6/22/1987 
6/23/1987 
6/24/1987 
6/25/1987 
6/30/1987 _ 
7/01/1987 B 
7/05/1987 D 
7/21/1987 B 
7/22/1987 B 
7/23/1987 B 
7/26/1987 A 
7/27/1987 A 
7/27/1987 A 
7/28/1987 B 
8/06/1987 A 
8/11/1987 A 
8/13/1987 A 
8/13/1987 A 
8/13/1987 A 
8/15/1987 B 
8/16/1987 D 
8/17/1987 C 
8/19/1987 A 
8/25/1987 A 
9/04/1987 B 
9/05/1987 B 
9/09/1987 B 
9/19/1987 A 
9/24/1987 A 
9/26/1987 B 
10/02/'1987 A 
10/09/1987 B 
10/27/1987 A 
10/29/1987 
11/07/1987 
11/12/1987 
11/13/1987 
11/21/1987 
11/24/1987 _ 
12/03/1987 B 
12/03/1987 C 
12/09/1987 
12/10/1987 
12/25/1987 
12/31/1987 
12/31/1987 



11 

11 

11 

5 

7 

1 

1 

10 



11 P N 
5 J 
9 N 
9 N 

14 P N 

12 N 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N S80 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

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1 M N L41 
1 M N S92 



1 
1 
4 
3 
9 
1 
7 
5 
7 
13 



N U82 

N W82 

E 

N 

N 

N W82 

N 

N 

N 

N 



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3 
9 
5 

11 
5 

12 



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N 
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N 
N 
N 

4 P J 
6 N 

2 N 

3 N 

1 P N l«l 

5 U L41 
N 
L 
N 
N 
N 



-1X630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX 6 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BIH-INGTON'S LAYKTS BEING SOU»fr BY MANY CWPANIES 
BIM.IN6T0N INHJSTRIES TELLS EMPLOYEES aUB LEASE ENDING 

BIW-INGTON INDUSTRIES, SALES AND E/«NINGS 
BtflO-INGTON SALES, EARNINGS Lf 
EARNINGS DIGEST 

BURLINGTON KIUANIS aUB 

BANKER HONORED BY KIUANIS aUB 

BURLINGTON MADISON YARNS 

UOMAN AUARI£D »60,000 IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT SUIT 

BURLINGTON iftWICIPAL AIRPORT 

nm LANDS AIRFlAfC WITHOUT NOSE GEAR 
RS^INGTtW AIRPORT GETS TWO GRANTS 
BtM-INGTON AIRPORT GETS STATE GRANT 

BURLINGTON OUTLET PARK 

MAN ^*JRT IN CRASH DURING CHASE 

SUSPECT IN ROBtfRY DIES 

OUTLET m± RENOVATIONS ARE PLAWO 

BURLINGTON POLICE KPT. 

SEE (^SO ALAMANCE COUNTY LAW E^F0RCO€NT OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 
TWO POLICE OFFICERS IN BURLINGTON RESIGN 
TWO OFFICERS SAVE LIVES IN HOUSE FIRE 
BIRLINGTON POLICE CHIEF ELECTED TO LEAD STATE ASSOCIATION 
TWO MEMORIALS mm SLAIN SECURITY OTICER 
BUa.IN6T0N MAN CHARKD IN SHOOTING 

BU^INGTON POLICE DETECTIVE RECEIVES AWARD FROM NCKTH CAROLINA JAYCEES 
BILL UILL LET BURLINGTON SELL OJ PaiCE STATION 
ALAMANCE BILLS WIN APFIWAL 
BI^LIMjTON TAKES FURTHER ACTION m MAIN STREET 
ALAMANCE LAW OFFICERS HONOR PATROL TROOF'ER 
SUSPECT IN BURLINGTON ROBBERY AGAIN FLEES FR«1 LA« OFFICERS 
NINE CFFICERS ARf«ST SUSPECT IN THREE AUTO THEFTS, CHASES 
MAN POSING AS POLICEMAN TAKES «25 

POLICE AND l£ST BURLINGTON RESIIENTS TO DISCUSS... BURGLARIES 
BIW.IN6T0N SELLS OLD PaiCE STATION 
BUy.INGTON SIGNS TOUING CONTRACT 

BURLINGTON POST OFFICE 

COMPANY BUYS BURLINGTON LANDMARK 

Bl^INGTON RECREATION COmiSSION 

FIRtUORKS SHOU AT BW^LINGTON PAra< l€LPS STEM HALLOEEN VANDt^ISM 
BUa.IN6T0N TO (ST NEU PARKS DIRECTCR 

BURLINGTON TCWN COt^CIL 

SEE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COJNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
COMPANY BUYS PLANT IN HAU RIVER 
ALAMANCE ADOPTS UATERSfO RULES 
BALLOONS COMING TO BURLINGTON THIS lEEKEND 
BURLINGTON COUNCIL PUTS DRINKS ISSUE ON BALLOT 
ALAMANCE CrtWBER TO HOLD MEMBERSHIP MEETING 

BURLINGTON/ALAMANCE COUNTY HISTORICAL WJSEIW 
SEE ALAMANCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

BURLINGTON/GRAHAM ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD 
SEE ALSO ABC STORES 
BliRLINGTON GRfflJP PLiWS FISfT FOR MIXED MRINKS 



BURN CfS^ 

SEE ALSO BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 
SCALD BIKNS INJJRE 100,000 PEOPLE IN U.S. 



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H 2 7/23/1987 B 4 H 
H 2 9/05/1987 B 5 N 



H 2 7/16/1987 D 10 N 
H 2 10/31/1987 B 8 N 



H 1 12/18/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 12/20/1987 B 7 N 



H 


1 


5/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/21/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


9/29/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


6/24/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


n 


6/26/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


1 


10/14/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/03/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/20/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


2/24/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


2/26/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


4/01/1987 B 


1 


P N 


H 


1 


4/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


4/17/1987 B 


1 


N R53 


H 


1 


4/30/1987 B 


1 


N R53 


H 


1 


5/21/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/26/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


7/23/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 C 


1 


N M51 


H 


1 


8/27/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


9/02/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


9/03/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


10/22/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 


3/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


10/29/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


1 


12/19/1987 C 


1 


N H60 



H 




4/01/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 




5/05/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 




5/06/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 




8/19/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 




10/23/1987 C 


2 


N 



H 1 9/26/1987 C 1 N H60 



AWUALLY 



S 2 9/16/1987 B 5 G 



(I 



BURN CENTER, N.C. JAYCEES 



-U630- 



I 



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1/01/1987 - 12AJ1/1987 



SUBJECTS 



N E 

P D — DATE- 



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SEE ALSO BURN CfKE 

SEE ALSO N.C. JAYCEES 

SEE ALSO N.C. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

SEE ALSO SKIN BANK 

Wm PROGRAMS TO BE AT MAIL 

MODIFICATION OF NOISE LAU DENIED FOR 'BURNOUT' PARTY 

B^^CEKTER GETS ♦1,500 WBWTION FROM FIREFIGHTERS 
POLICE SAY TEEN SET HIMSELF AFIRE 

AFTER WE catastrophe: UARM, DEDICATED CARE FORPATIENTS 
IIWDEQUATE INa^ANCE ADDS TO MISERY OF UNEXPECTED ILUCSS 
LENOIR HOSPITAL PATIENT INJURED IN FIRE 

OJRN VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO IMMOLATION ,^ ^^^„ ^^^ 

WOMAN JUST OUT OF BU»< HOSPITW. IN SECOND FIRE 
COFFE SALES AT RESTAURANTS TO BENEFIT BADLY BURIED BOY 
BURN PROGRAMS TO BE AT MALL ^ ^ 

WOMAN, GRANDDAU3HTER ARE HURT IN HOUSE FIRE 

MODIFICATION OF NOISE LAW DENIED FOR 'BURNOUT' PARTY 

Sl«RY COMY MAN HURT IN EXPLOSION _ 

HENDERSON MAN BURfED BY HOT POT OF CHITTERLINGS 

MAN HURT IN BLAZE AT TRAIL£R 

STUDENT BURtCD IN GAS PU)«> EXPLOSIW 

TM) TEENS HURT AS OIL EXPLODES 

ALEXWffiER TURNED TRAGEDY INTO TRIUMPH 

ADCOX OUTLASTS a.0T2BACHi BODINE BECOMES FIREMAN 

WOMAN, TWO CHILDREN LOCKED IN BURNING APARTi€JJT 

TEEN MAY GET «800,000 FROM SETTLEMENT 

DONATIONS FOR BURNED BOY STOLEN 

BUaCD MAN, 64. IN CRITICAL CONDITION 

MAN BURNED AT RESTHOME DIES ,^, _^ ^^_ 

REST HOME RESIDENT DIES FROM BURNS IN ROOM FIRE 

TWO WORKERS INJURED IN PROPANE EXPLOSION 

P(LICE SAY TEEN SET HIMSELF AFIRE 

UILMIf«3T0N BLAST IN4JRES 20 PEOPLE 

15 PEOPLE REMAIN HOSPITALIZED AFTER WILMINGTON EXPLOSION 

INADEQUATE INSURANCE ADDS TO MISERY OF UfOPECTED ILUCSS 

JUDGE FINDS WOMAN INCAPABLE CF STANDING TRIAL 

tm BURNED IN EXPLOSION 

BARN EXPLOSION NOT OWNER'S FAU.T, SAYS SON 

SCALD BURNS INJURE 100,000 PEOPLE IN U.S. ANNUALLY 

THE SD«S HAVE FADED, AND JASON IS NORMAL— ALMOST 

study: FIRE-SAFE SMOKES WOULD SAVE MANY LIVES 

report: fire-safe cigarette could save lives, MONEY 

CHATHAM MAN DIES FROM BURNS 

LEtWIR HOSPITAL PATIENT INJURED IN FIRE 

MAN DIES FROM BURNS I^CEIVED IN HOSPITAL 

MAN INJURED IN FIRE ^ ™ ..... 

FIREMEN IDENTIFY tWN TWT DIED IN ANGIER AVE. BLAZE 

1987 HO-IDAYS PROVING TOUai CW FtRSON FAMILY 

BURNING PERMITS 

SEE ALSO FIRES, DURHAM 
SEE ALSO FOREST FIRES, DWWAM 
PANEL DOUSES $15 FEE FOR BACKYARD BURNING 
SMOKE FROM FIRES IN QJVER STATES BLOWS INTO N.C. 

BWINOUT 

SEE ALSO STRESS 
SUPPORT t€LPS MINISTERS AVOID BURNOUT-STUDY 

BURNSVILLE, N.C. 

FLEA PROBLEM DRAWS A LOT OF ADVICE 

BURROS 

WILD tCRSES MAY BECOME N.C. BUSIiCSS 
WILD HORSES, BURROS UP FOR ADOPTION 

BURROUGHS CORP. 



S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



2/13/1987 C 
3/10/1987 B 
7/13/1987 C 
7/29/1987 A 
7/31/1987 B 
8/05/1987 C 
8/07/1987 B 
11/18/1987 B 



H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


3 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


3 


H 


1 


H 


3 


H 


3 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


S 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


2 


H 


1 


H 


2 


H 


1 



1/22/1987 B 
2/11/1987 C 
2/13/1987 C 
2/14/1987 C 
3/10/1987 B 
3/12/1987 A 
4/11/1987 C 
4/11/1987 C 
4/22/1987 C 
4/25/1987 B 
5/03/1987 B 
5/03/1987 B 
5/07/1987 A 
5/17/1987 C 
7/09/1987 A 
7/16/1987 B 
7/16/1987 C 
7/17/1987 A 
7/29/1987 B 
7/31/1987 B 
8/06/1987 A 
8/07/1987 C 
8/07/1987 B 
9/01/1987 C 
9/14/1987 B 
9/15/1987 B 
9/16/1987 B 
10/01/1987 B 
10/08/1987 B 
10/08/1987 A 
10/14/1987 C 
11/18/1987 B 
11/19/1987 C 
11/26/1987 B 
12/26/1987 C 
12/31/1987 B 



N 

N 681 
P F70 
N 



K65 
K65 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N B81 

N 

N 

N 

N 

_ N 

6 P N C49 

9 P N 

19 N 



8 

18 

7 

1 

14 

1 

1 

18 

18 



1 P Q K65 



1 
7 
9 
5 
2 
1 

16 
6 
3 

10 
1 
3 
1 



N 

N 

N 

G 

N 

N C60 

N U27 



N 

N 

N 

N 

N T33 



S 2 7/18/1987 C 1 N H70 
H 2 11/06/1987 C 12 N 



H 2 8/30/1987 C 10 N 
H 2 3/13/1987 A 13 N 



H 2 1/13/1987 B 16 N 
H 2 11/02/1987 A 15 N 



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12/31/1987 



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SEE ALSO UNISYS CORP. (FORMERLY BURRaj»<S CORP.) 
CITY BUYS GOODS FROH S. AFRICAN-TIED FIRM 

BUWa^« UELLCO^E 

COMPANY ADDING SHIRS TO MAKE AIDS DRUG 

RTP RESEAROCR STUMBLES UPON AIDS DRUG 

FEDERAL PAfCL URIXS APPRt3VAL OF AIDS DRUG 

RESEARCt€RS CONTIWJE STUDIES ON AIDS WUG 

BlKROUae' AIDS l«UG mS RIVAL 

AH MAY GET COtyE TITIQN 

EffflOYEES CAFETERIA PLAWO 

BURROUGHS i€LLCO« BUYS TICKETS TO FESTIVAL 

THAT'S »48,000 TICKLING TVE TUINE 

Him COSTS FOR AIDS DRUG LIKELY 

Bim«JGHS SUPfWTS COUNCIL 

K5W0UGHS' AIDS DRUG WINS FEDERAL APF'ROVAL 

BOROUGHS l€LLCOI€ CHEERS Af'PRCVAL OF AIDS TREATMENT 

BURROUGHS FUWS SPECIAL AH CAhPAIGN 

TIGHT SECURITY FIANNED FOR HANDLING AIDS DRUGS 

COMMITTEE HEAR'S lEBATE FOR, AGAINST N.C. QUITTING NUCLEAR UASTE COfff-ACT 

FIVE-YEAR LIMIT URGED FOR SALES TO QUIT COMPACT 

RECENT PROMOTIONS AT BURROUGHS ICLLCOME 

BlRROJeHS WELLCOME TAKING HUGE GAM-BLE 

HiWOUOHS CREATES FUND 

BURRCXJ6HS GIVES $150,000 TO FOUNDATION 

HIGH COSTS OF RETROVIR CRITICIZED 

COSTS OF AIDS TREATmJT RISE 20X WITH MARKUP 

MAKER OF m FINDS DOUBLES SURVIVAL ODDS 

STUDY SAYS DRUG DOUBLES AIDS SURVIVAL 

AIDS r«U6 CUTS MEDICAL COSTS 

TOFf ING OUT FOR BURROUGHS EXPANSION 

DRUG FOR DEPRESSION ENHANCES SEX 

EU^UffiHS CLARIFIES COSTS OF RETF:OVIR 

ASSEMBLY SHOULD TAM TOUGH STAND ON AIDS 

SOfC AIDS PATIENTS GETTING LITTL£ (€LP FRW BURR01X5HS DRUG 

burroughs: AZT expectations too HIGH 

FIRM MAKING VIDEOS FOR OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 

bickering PUT ASIDE; AIDS RESEARCH SPEEDS UP 



S I T 

E L Y 

-DATE — C -P6 L P 



BYL 



UELLBUTRIN MAY BRING IN TIC HJCKS FOR BW, BUT REAL MONEY STILL IN FUTURE H 

CieilCALS DESTROYED AT LANDFILL H 

STATE CRACKS DOWN ON DISTRESS S#LE ABUSES H 

STARCHY FOODS HELP FUEL ATHJTES H 

FORMER HJRROUGHS WELLCOME PRESIDENT TO HEAD EXOVIR, INC. H 

MERtU^Y 7 TEAM HONORS SCJ«LARS S 

TOGETHER AGAIN S 

HE'S COMING H 

BUSH VISITS TRIANaE S 

BUSH BOOSTS CONTRAS, PRAISES AIDS RESEARCH DURING VISIT TO TRIANGLE H 

VICE PRESIDENT BYPASSES N.C. GOP H 
BUSH BRAVES RESEARCH TOUR WITH NODSt 'OH'... 'YES... 'DOES THIS LIGHT Uf? H 

SECURin SNIFFS FCR BUSH KEEP PRESS, TRAFFIC IDLIM3 AT RDU H 

ANTIDEPRESSANT STUDIES MAY DISF'EL (LOOM FOR SOJ£ S 

BUSH PRAISES 'CAN-IO ATTITUDE' S 

STUDY'. DRUG HELPING Sȣ AIDS PATIENTS H 

CORPORATE VIDEOS COME OF AGE H 

BIS«J0U»6 MAY BUY RTP SITE S 

BLKROJGHS lELLCOME HAS JOINT MARKETING VENTURE H 

JOINT VENTURE WUG LAUDED H 

MAYORAL CANDIDATES TO ANSUER CHAMBER OESTIONS S 

Bl^OUGHS' DRUG TO BE EASIER TO GET H 

AH DRUG NOU AVAILABLE TO MORE VICTIMS OF AIDS S 

BURRCXJGHS ICLLCOME COULD TEACH CITY HALL H 

TRIANaE HAS WORLD-CLASS AIDS COTLEX H 

RTP FIRtl WARNED ABOUT AH PRICE S 

CCB OFFERS SCHOOLS BANK I NO-SKILLS PROGRAM S 

PROUD TO BE A PART (F DURHAM... (AD) H 

FIRM SEEING A SHIFT IN DRU3-ABUSE SCENE S 

MEDIA IWITED TO RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK TO SEE COW'ANIES H 

DUKE PHYSICIAN CONCENTRATING m AIDS IN CHILDREN H 

RTP FIRM'S STUDY SHtWS f€W DRUG AIDS STROKE VICTIMS S 



2 12/10/1987 A 



1/01/1987 B 
1/12/1987 A 
1/17/1987 C 
1/27/1987 C 
1/30/1987 A 
1/31/1987 B 



3/01/1987 
3/04/1987 
3/05/1987 
3/11/1987 
3/19/1987 
3/20/1987 
3/21/1987 
3/23/1987 
3/24/1987 B 
3/26/1987 A 
3/26/1987 A 
3/29/1987 D 
4/01/1987 A 
4/01/1987 A 
4/02/1987 B 
4/06/1987 A 
4/08/1987 
4/16/1987 
4/16/1987 
4/17/1987 
4/19/1987 
4/22/1987 
4/23/1987 
5/05/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/14/1987 
5/28/1987 
6/01/1987 
6/21/1987 
6/26/1987 
6/28/1987 
7/12/1987 
7/16/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/21/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 
7/22/1987 B 
7/22/1987 C 
7/23/1987 B 
8/02/1987 D 
8/24/1987 A 
8/25/1987 A 
8/26/1987 C 
8/29/1987 A 
9/12/1987 B 
9/18/1987 A 
9/28/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/10/1987 
10/13/1987 
10/19/1987 
10/26/1987 B 
11/11/1987 B 
11/21/1987 A 



10 



18 



N H70 



U82 
S76 
C60 
T37 
H70 
M97 
W82 
M97 
L40 



U82 
U82 



U82 



W82 
W82 



C60 

S92 
S76 

B85 
L41 
X46 
H49 
M97 

S92 

C19 



U82 
R80 



C60|( 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



) 



BUWOJGHS TO EXPLAIN PRICING OF AIDS DRUG TO N.Y. LEGISLATE 

CENTER FOR AIDS RESEARCH 

TEXAS ASKED TO PAY FOR AIDS KaJG 

BURROU&C WELLCOME PAYS OUT RECtKD GRA^fTS ^ ^^ „™,„rr 

BURROUGHS UELLCO^E CUTS PRICE OF DRUG FOR AIDS BY 20 PERCENT 

Tin N.C. BfmS IN T»> 10 

A BREAK FOR AIDS VICTIMS _^_„ 

SEARCH SHOULD BE ON FOR POOR AIDS VICTIMS 

TELECONFERENCE ON AIDS 

WJOR U.S. STUDY OF EFFECTS OF AIDS DfaJG STALLS 

Bt^ROUGHS UELLCOME, DPLOYEES _„ , 

BW5R0UGHS VELLCOME CO. PROMOTES 16 , 

BIKROUGHS lELLCOIC PROMOTES 9 EMPLOYEES, HIRES 3 

BURROUGHS UELLCOfC ENDOWCNT „„„.„„. 

BURROJaiS GIVES $150,000 TO FOtMIATION 
FOUNDATION GETS A NAME CHANGE 

BURROlffiHS UELLCOtC FUND 

BURR-OUGHS CREATES FUND 

BIRROUGHS IELLC0« STARTS FeiOUSHIP PROGRAMS 

ALLE^fTON REALH PURCHASES RALEIGH MANAGEMENT FIRM 

CHILD ADVOCACY GROJP GETS GRANTS 

RTP CREDIT UNION FINDS NEW LOCATION 

INVESTIGATE AWARD GIVEN DUKE TEACf€R 

BURROUGHS UEaCOIt PAYS OUT RECORD GRANTS 

BURTON SCHOOL 

TROPHY FOR BURTON 

WHIZ KIDS! Y.E. SMITW COMPUTER CAMPERS UOU PARENTS AND TEAOOS 

FLAG CttWPIONS 

mm. ENTERTAINMENT ^ „„„, „^„ ^ ^,„^ 

BURTON SCHOO. TEACHERS SEEING DOUBLE-SEVEN SETS OF TUINS 

BURUELL SCHOOL 

TEA SET FOR AUTHOR 

DURHAM BIOGRAPHER UILL BE HONORED 

BURVJELL SCHOOL GRADUATES TO BE REMEMBERED TODAY 

PIONEER WOI€N EDUCATORS LAUDED AT BURICLL SCHOOL 

BUS COMPANIES 

HIGH POINT BUS COWANY ROLLING AL0M3 

BUS DRIVERS 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BUSES 
SEE DURHAM, N.C, BUSES 
SEE GREYHOUND BUS LII€ 
SEE SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 
SEE TRAILUAYS BUS 

BUS SAFETY 

SEE ACCIDENTS, BUSES 

SEE ACCIDENTS, SCHOOL BUSES 

BUS SYSTEM, N.C, 
SEE BUSES, N.C. 



BUSES, DURHAM 

SEE DURJWM, N.C. 



BUSES 



BUSES, N.C. 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C, OJS SERVICE 
HIGH POINT BUS COMPANY ROLLING ALOtffi _ _^ „,^„,„ 
HALTING OF PRISON BUS SERVICE TO AFFECT SOfE AREA COUNTIES 
FIRE DAMAGES KJS USO FOR EUCRLY 
ATHLETES ARE STRANDED AFTER BUS CATCHES FIRE 

BUSH CREEK SUBDIVISION 

SOME CHATHAM LANDOUi«RS ANGERED BY SUBDIVISION PLAN 



C T S 




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N 
P 


S I T 
E ELY 
D —DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 


2 11/25/1987 D 
2 12/04/1987 A 
2 12/09/1987 C 
2 12/14/1987 A 
2 12/15/1987 C 
2 12/17/1987 C 
2 12/17/1987 A 
2 12/19/1987 A 
2 12/24/1987 A 
2 12/28/1987 B 


4 
4 
4 
3 
1 
1 
4 
4 
4 
7 


N 

E 

N 

N 

N M97 

U L41 

E 

E 

E 

N 


H 
H 


2 8/30/1987 D 
2 9/06/1987 C 


12 P N 
16 H 



H 2 4/02/1987 B 1 N 
H 2 4/07/1987 B 7 N 



s 
s 
s 

H 
S 
H 
S 


2 4/01/1987 A 
2 5/30/1987 A 
2 8/08/1987 A 
2 8/14/1987 A 
2 8/22/1987 A 
2 8/31/1987 A 
2 12/14/1987 A 


1 N m2 

8 P N 

8 N 
14 N 
11 P N 
13 N D80 

3 N 


S 
S 
S 
S 
H 


2 4/02/1987 C 
2 7/18/1987 C 
2 11/03/1987 C 
2 11/17/1987 A 
2 12/28/1987 B 


2 P P F70 

1 P U S92 

2 P P L38 
2 P P S76 
1 P N A80 


H 
H 
H 
H 


2 3/29/1987 C 
2 4/05/1987 E 
2 11/08/1987 B 
2 11/09/1987 B 


1 N 080 
3 N 
6 N 
9 P N A80 



S 2 1/02/1987 B 4 N 



S 2 1/02/1987 B 4 N 

H 1 3/11/1987 C 1 N 

H 2 5/07/1987 B 10 N 

H 2 7/20/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 12/18/1987 B 1 N K65 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



P(^ 234. 
1/21/88 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CWT}W1 BOARD REJECTS BUSH CREEK PLAN 

BUSH LIMOJSIfE SERVICE 
SEE ALSO LI^iOUSI^£S 
LEAN LIMOJSI^CS: EVERYBODY FEELS LIKE A VIP... 

BUSIfCSS AND PR'CFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUBS 

SEE ALSO DURW^I BL'SINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMAN'S CLUB 
SEE ALSO N.C. FEDEFATION OF WCf£N'S aUBS 
SEE ALSO WOffiN, BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO Wmi, CAREERS 
INSTALLATIffl^ OFFICERS 
WOMAN OF YEAR PICKED IN ROXBORO 

BUSIfESS AS USUAL (CALENDAR) 

HISTORIC CHAPEL HILL SOJCS, NATURE PICTWES DECORATE N.C. CALENDARS 

BUSIfCSS DEVELOPERS 

DEVELOPERS CALL FOR TRIWGLE IWITY 

EfWIROW€NTALISTS C0NCER^O ABOUT t£U MEMBERS OF CO^iHISSI0N 

Business edw:ation 

SEE (LSD EUSIfCSS EXECUTIVES 

SEE (LSD HKE UNIV. EXECUTHC HBA WEEKEND 

SEE (LSD DUKE UNIV. FU3UA SCHCXJL OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO MANAGERI/^ TRAINING 

SEE ALSO LNiy. OF N.C.-CriAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

hANA(»ENT CLASSES ^T FDR RTP BY PIEMCNT TE£H 

ENDOWCNT FUND TO HELP GRAWILLE SCHOO-S 

DU<E, UNC BUSIf€SS CLASSES FKUS ON ETHICS 

MANAGERS COURSE FIAWO AT IM; 

BUSDtSSES ajPPORT SCHCCLS 

COURTS ON MANAGOCNT SCHEKJLED IN RESEARCH PARK 

DUKE'S CEO LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE Uia SHARPEN SKILLS OF STOCK EXECS 

BUSINESS ETHICS 

SEE ALSO Cay?l^TION IN BUSIhCSS 
SEE ALSO ETHICS COIE 
DUKE, \Jt€ aJSIfCSS CLASSES FCXXJS m ETHICS 

BUSI^£SS EXECUTIVES 

SEE ALSO BUSI^£SS EDUCATION 

SEE ALSO IXKE UNIV. EXECUTIVt MBA l^EKEND 

SEE ALSO EXECUTIVE HOJSING 

SEE ALSO SCORE (SERVICE CORPS (^ RETIRED BUSI^ESS EXECUTH.CS) 

SEE ALSO UOIEN, BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO WOMEN, EXECUTK-ES 

EARLY TO BED, EARLY TO RISE KEY TO StX^CESS^ 

PEROT TELLS TAR fCELS! BL;^ BOSSES, NOT l«RKERS FOR INDUSTRIAL DECLINE 

PER-OT SAYS HARD WORK BETTER THAN EASY MOt€Y 

kej«oy: 'nei^ been a tiic w^€N i haven't felt STRETDO' 

WHITE MEN STILL BOSS IN N.C. INIUSTRIES 



H 3 12/22/1987 C 1 N K65 



H 2 8/21/1987 B 2 P F C80 



S 2 2/26/1987 A 11 P P F70 
H 1 10/22/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 11/15/1987 E 3 P U H45 



S 2 6/30/1987 A 1 N H70 
H 2 8/25/1987 A 16 N 



H 


2 


1/25/1987 B 


13 


N 


H 


1 


3/17/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


3/31/1987 A 


1 


N E85 


H 


1 


7/31/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


7/31/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


?. 


9/10/1987 B 


2 


N 


S 


2 


10/02/1987 C 


2 


N 



S 2 3/31/1987 A 1 N B85 



WOMEN, MIN(3?ITIES MOVE SLOWLY INTO TEXTILI HANAGDCNT 

THREE EXECUTIVES XIN BUSINESS AIWISCRY H)ARD 

A THIRD OF INCOMING RTP EXECLfTIVES ARE NOW SETTLING IN Dli<mM-SlRVEY 

PROGRAM LURES NEW EXECUTIVES TO DURHAM 

DIFHAM IS GROWING AS RESirOCE-OF-OCICE 

N.C. COLLEGES PUT 20 ON TOP-BOSS LIST 

NORTH CAROLINA AGAIN LEADS SUR-VEY AS BEST LOCATION FOR f€U INDIBTRY 

NOMINATIONS ACCEPTEIi FOR EXECUTIVES INSTITUTE 

EXECUTIVES SHOULD HEED STRESS SIGNS, SAYS LOWMAN 

Y(XJNG EXEC INSTITUTE SET AT WC , ^, ,^,„,^ ,, 

EXECUTK^S OFTEN FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF COMPANY'S OWN HEALTX PROGRAMS H 

FCOD LION SUF'ERVISCR-S AVERAGE »38,CO0, PLUS STCCK OF'TIONS H 

TRIANOl'S ENTREPRE>ELIRS STILL HOPEFUL S 

MOORE mJST PUT FIZZ BACK IN COCA-COLA BIZ S 

SH(X1D AULD PROJECTIONS BE FORGOT... H 

BUSIfCSS EXECUTIVES, BLACK 

SEE ALSO BLACK-OfNED HJSINESSES 



2 1/29/1987 D 

2 2/12/1987 A 

2 2/17/1987 A 

2 3/01/1987 C 

2 3/05/1987 A 

2 3/05/1987 A 

2 5/08/1987 C 

2 5/17/1987 C 

2 5/18/1987 A 

2 5/19/1987 A 

2 6/04/1987 D 

2 6/19/1987 C 

2 7/08/1987 C 

2 7/09/1987 A 

2 7/12/1987 C 

2 7/12/1987 C 

2 7/26/1987 B 

2 11/13/1987 A 

2 11/30/1987 C 

2 12/31/1987 A 



L41 
046 



U 

N 

E 

F 

N 

N 

N D80 

U L41 

N W82 

E 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N 

N ISO 

U L41 

N U82 

N 

U L41 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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I 



SEE ALSO BLACKS, U.S. 

SANSOM retires: 'Durhah uas where the action UAS' 

BUSINESS EXECUTIVtS, SALARIES 
SEE ALSO a^ARIES, U.S. 
FEDERAL SALARIES NOT DETERRING APPLIDWTS 
PIEDMONT CHIEF PROMISED TOP PAY „„,.„„ 

RJR OFFICIAL RETIRES WITH »1.8 MILLION SALARY, BONUSES 
BUSI^CS^S FIND SAFETY PROGRAM KAO-IfC NEARING 
DIVIDED DIRECTORS SNUFF CtWtBER'S ROOM-TAX OPINION 
HOLOGRAMS, TAUING AISLES ARE INVADING SUPERMARKETS 
COMF'ANY HEADS COmmt BIG SALARIES 
BUSIfCSS BRIEFING 

Business FOUNDATION OF N.C, INC, 
FAMILY ENDOWS HJSINESS SCHOO. 

BUSINESS INCUBATORS 

SEE SM^ll BUSINESS INCUBATOR 
PAtCL BACKS BILL ON ANNEXATIONS AROUND RESEARCH TRIANS^ PARK 
OLD WAREHOUSE MAY BE INCUBAT(K FOR BUSINESSES 
BUSItCSS INCUBATIK ^CEDED 

BUSINESS INDEX, N.C. AND SOUTHEAST (WACHOVIA) 
NORTH C^«OLINA BUSINESS INDEX 
TAR f€EL ECONOMY UP IN DECEMBER 
STATE'S ECONOMY EDGES UP AS JOB CONDITIONS If«fflVE 
BUSIhESS OUTLOOK ROSY 
STATE ECONOMY UP IN APRIL 
STATE'S ECONOMY UP 
SOUTl€AST ECONOMY STR'CNG 
N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY UP .7X IN JULY 
N.C. ECONOMY UP SLIGHTLY IN AUGUST 
BUSI^ESS ACTIVITY INCREASES 0.1 PERCENT 
STATE ECONOMY ON THE RISE AS J3BLESS FIGU^S IfPROVE 
STATE'S ECONOMY FLAT IN OCTOBER 

BUSIfESS-INDUSTRY ADVISORY COUNCIL 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, EDUCATION*^ FUNDING 
ENDOWENT FUND TO HELP GRANVILLE SCHOOLS 

BUSIhESS LOANS 

SEE ALSO INTEREST RATES 
SEE ALSO LOAN APPLICATIONS 

PROGRAM MAY SPUR LOANS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES 

COUWIL SHOJLDN'T OK LOANS WITHOUT SECURITY 

BUSINESS: NORTH CAROLINA (MAGAZINE) 

CHARLOTTE, GREENSBORO COMPANIES TOP N.C. 100 

BUSINESS PARK ZOfC 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPtCNT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PARKS 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 

BUSIfCSS ZO^E TOPIC OF t€ARING 

COUNTY I£NIES ZQ^£ 9GR FIRMS, OFFICES 

PAGE, POPE ROADS PROJECTS ARE ALSO ON AGENDA 

PLANNING BOARD LIKES HARDSCRABBLE PLAN 

PiZ BOARD BACKS OFFICE-HOTEL PLAN 

DEVELOPERS SIW^ORT BUSINESS PARK ZONE 

RESOLUTION SETS DATE FCK MERGER 

BUSINESS SCMXLS 

SEE BUSINESS EDU:ATI0N 

BUSIICSS SUPPORT SERVICES, INC. 

FIRMS COME TO LIFE IN DURHAM INCUBATOR 

BUSMSS WEEK (MAGAZI)€) 

N.C. STILL TOPS FCK mi PLANT LOCATIONS 



H 2 4/05/1987 C 13 P N L41 



1/13/1987 
3/12/1987 
3/24/1987 
4/09/1987 
4/23/1987 
5/31/1987 
6/02/1987 



4 
11 
5 
6 
6 
10 
9 



H 2 9/13/1987 C 10 P N 



S 2 4/10/1987 A 3 N 



L 
N 
N 

U L41 
U L41 
U L41 
N 



H 


2 5/06/1987 C 


4 N 046 


H 


2 7/12/1987 C 


1 P N L41 


H 


2 7/15/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 1/11/1987 C 


12 C N 


H 


2 2/08/1987 C 


14 C N 


H 


2 5/10/1987 C 


14 C N 


H 


2 5/24/1987 D 


12 C N 


H 


2 6/07/1987 C 


15 C N 


H 


2 7/12/1987 C 


10 C N 


H 


2 8/22/1987 A 


11 C N 


H 


2 9/06/1987 C 


15 C N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 D 


13 C N 


S 


2 10/31/1987 C 


2 N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


6 C N 


H 


2 12/06/1987 D 


13 C N 



H 1 3/17/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 1/29/1987 D 9 P N 
S 2 10/31/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 6/10/1987 A 9 N 



R 


? 


7/09/1987 A 1 


N M06 


S 


? 


7/15/1987 C 


N M06 


S 


2 


8/03/1987 C 


N 


s 


? 


8/05/1987 C 


N U82 


R 


? 


9/02/1987 A < 


} N M06 


S 


2 


9/03/1987 C 


N M06 


S 


2 10/13/1987 A 


L N M06 



S 2 8/19/1987 C 1 N U82 
S 2 6/18/1987 A 1 N 



-LX(430- MONTHLY/ANNUAL 

1/01/1987 



MAGAZIhE SLSWEY PICKS N.C. FOR PLP^ LOCATIONS 

BUSIfCSSES, BLACK-OtSCD 

SEE BLACK-OWO BUSINESSES 

EUSIfCSSES, CHAPa HILL 

SEE CHAPa Hia, N.C, BUSINESSES 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSIfCSS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BLAa<-0**ffIi BUSIfCSSES 

SEE f^SO BUSIfCS^S, SMALL 

SEE ALSO CWISTMAS, SfLES 

SEE (^SO CLERKS, DUJHAH 

SEE ALSO COUNCIL fCfi ENTREP-REhEURIAL DEVELOPMENT 

SEE ALSO rWE l^IV. FUQUA SCHOa [F BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO DURHAM BLSINESS AND PftCFESSIDNAL CHAIN 

SEE ALSO £NTS£FRQ€URIALSHIP 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO MAIN STREET ASSXIATIIX 

SEE ALSO NtfvSTER-LIMITED PARTfCRSHIP 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSI^€SS K?;ELOFtENT AGEfCY 

SEE ALSO HIM35ITY BUSIfCSS ENTEFPRISE PROGR'AM 

SEE ALSO t£U TRIANOf CCMPANIES (COLLW) 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE CtKfERATIVE ;€NTmES 

SEE ALSO RALEIGH/DLRHAM AIRPORT, EUSINCSSES 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES 

SEE ALSO RETAIL SALES, DLRHAM 
FREE ADVICE ON JOES BRINGS FLOOD OF CALLS TO CHICAGO COWANY 
CHAPEL HILL FIRM TO OPEN RESirOfTIAL PROJECT 
FfttMmif^ PREDICTS MO[£RATr>J; rtERRIU. LYNCH STILL RiLLISH 
DUR-HAM FR-CGRAM GIVES OLDER W3?KERS A W^ND IN XB SEARCH 
Eil^OYERS TO VIE FOR GOVERNOR'S FIT?€SS AWARD 

futrell: AS?icuLTi5</y. loans may be TiarrER in tte future 

CHAMBER seminar TO STUDY CORPORATE HEi^TH &£?€FITS 

DCMNTCaW (€RCHANTS t£ED SOi€ RELIEF 

LIHSEH i MYERS !STS f£U XIB OF HANTCING BOOKS 

l€U DRUG TTi£ATf€hfr CENTER TO OPEN IN RTP 

TfE STKK MAFj<ET; IS THIS THE AGE OF AQUARIUS C»< m^T? 

RTP LAW FIRM TO KT rCJ OFFICES 

N.C. f€RCHANTS PREDICT STRONG SALES FOR 1987 

ESC RECOVERS »225,000 

RECENT DIVIDENDS DECURED 

HUTTON GIVES GOOD MARKS TO 2 TRIANGLE COWANIES 

PERSONKB. CHANGES AT TRIANGLE COMPANIES 

INSirO TRADING 

BETTER BUSirCSS BWEAU TO hCLD SESSION AT RTP 

EARLY TO KD, EAM.Y TO RISE KEY TO SUCCESS? 

ALLENTON HAS RECORD SALES YEAR 

QUAINT LITTLE CHAPEL HILL MORE EXPENSIVE THAN HOUSTON 

UPCOMING TRIANGLE BUSIfCSS MEETINGS, UCR-KSHOPS 

HAMPTON INN OPENS IN CHAPEL HIU 

CHAMBER OF COWERCE HONORS; GIVEN (JAPBCE); RECEIVED (SCHOOLS) 

IVAN BCE5KY LUCKT FUQUA STUICNTS DIDN'T Kff'OSE FINE 

11 CO(*ANIES XCbT DURHAM LOCATION 

STATE EMGIfCERING SOCIETY HONOR'S PIAH 

rWWAM OFFICES OFtN 

GTE BACKS EMFIOYEE CHARITY WORK WITH $30,150 IN GRANTS 

UPCOMING AREA BUSINESS ,'tETINGS, UCKKSHOF'S 

BAM<S JOIN P«£L TO AID TRIANON ENTREPR-EhBJRS 

OPTIMISTS OUTSELL PESSIMISTS BY 25X 

imRHAM ESC 0RGANI2ES OLIER MDRKER-S' aUB 

T\€ ARTS PUMP $294 MILLIC^ A YEAR INTO N.C. ECONOMY 

BUSIfCSS CfiiMiAR 

INVESTORS l^ED TO BUY RTP OFFICE BUILDINGS 

D.C. TRADE GRCiUP PREDICTS S^OUTH FOR COMPUTERS 

STORMS SLCU DOWN SHOPPING, SALES 

N0RTH3ATE EXPANSION UIU COST $20 MiaiQN 

2 DURHAM MEN AWARDED BUSINESS HONOR 



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11/15/1987 A 


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2 


1/01/1987 D 


4 P U L41 


S 


2 


1/03/1987 A 


3 N 


H 


2 


1/04/1987 D 


10 P U L41 


H 


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1/08/1987 A 


16 P U L41 


5 


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1/10/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 


1/11/1987 C 


10 P U L41 


S 


2 


1/12/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 


1/13/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


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1/15/1987 D 


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1/17/1987 A 


3 P N 


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1/18/1987 C 


8 C U L41 


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10 N 


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1/25/1987 B 


11 N 


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1/25/1987 B 


12 P N 


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1/25/1987 B 


13 N 


S 


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1/26/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


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1/29/1987 D 


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2 


1/31/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


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2/01/1987 B 


12 P U L41 


H 


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2/01/1987 B 


13 I 


S 


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2/'02/1987 C 


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H 


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15 P N L41 


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2/05/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


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2/05/1987 A 


1 N 1.182 


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8 P N 


S 


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2/07/1987 A 


8 N U82 


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2/21/1987 A 


1 N 'J82 


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2/21/1987 A 


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DURHAM ENTREPRENEURS GET AUARDS 

ARE UOJEN NOW GOING TO CLAIM THAT T>€Y WORK FASTER, BETTER THAN MEN? 

TRIANGLE CALENDAR 

UQMEN ATTORNEYS OPPOSE TC«T REFORM 

MERCHANTS UNVEIL THEIR 'UISH LIST' FOR LEGISLATORS 

BURROUGHS' DRUG FOR AIDS RENAJO 

ARE ENTREPRENEURS AND l€UROTICS MADE FROM THE SAME MOLD? 

UHO'S BEEN HIRED OR PROMOTED IN THE TRIANOI? 

TRIANON BUSIf€SS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS 

ELECTROLUX TO DONATE VACUUM CLEANERS TO WITED WAY 

SURPRISE! DUKE 0W6 BIG CHWK OF ORAN^ COUNTY 

DURHAM LUXURY RESIDENTIAL PROJECT BEGt^ 

TIDBITS ON THE CARE AND FEEDING OF GOOD EMPLOYEES 

REALTY FIRMS TO AID FAMILIES OF AIRLIfC STAFF 

SPRINGTIME JOBS ABOUND IN AR'EA, SURVEY REVEALS 

CHICAGO FIRM LEASES BUILDING NEAR DURHAM 

FUQUA TO HOST VENTURE-CAPITAL CO NFERE NCE 

RETAILERS REPORT JAfftJARY SALES BETTER THAN EXPECTED 

hO) TRIANGLE CO^SWIIES 

CLEARING T}€ RECORD 

SLOW BAhK STOCKS MAY HOLD PROMISE, AN^YSTS PREDICT 

ART GALLERY, FRA)€-MAKING STCKE TO OPEN 

SEED STAGE FIRMS TO SHARE NEW IDEAS AT CONFERENCE 

f€W INCORPORATIONS AROWffl TRIANGLE 

ITALIANS BUY EX-IRIGHT CO. 

BAM<; CONTI(«JES FOOD DRIVE 

BUSINESS FAILURES IN STATE ARE HALf TfE NATIWAL RATE 

MARRIOn TO BUILD $7 MILLION HOTa IN DURHAM 

TRIANGLE R^tffl<ED 7TH IN U.S. AS ENTREPRENEU5;IAL HOT SPOT 

AREA BUSINESS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS 

NEW COtff'ANIES 

HEALTH l^IT TO LEASE TECHNICAL PARK SPACE 

DURHAM BANK HITS $1 MILLION MARK fUR NET INCOME 

DOWTOWNER CHW^iGING ITS NAME; RHIMS, RESTAURANT TO GET FACE-LIR 

hEUSOM TO «AD GTE'S DURHAM SUBSIDI^Y 

IV DEVICE, MADE IN DURHAM, IS BEING INTRODUCED IN JAPAN 

PERSO(«EL CHANGES AT TRIANO-E FIRMS 

NEW AREA COMPANIES 

VALENTItC, TEELE TO SPEAK AT BUSINESS AWARDS BANQUET 

NORTJCRN TELECOM BEGINS TO FIU ♦250 MILLION ORDER 

BUSINESSES FIND SAFETY PROGRAM DEADLIiC (CARING 

MANPOWER PLANS NEW METHOD TO TRAIN STAFF 

INDUSTRIAL HEAT P\M^ Wia BE STUDIED FOR THIER EFFICIENCY 

INCOMING BUSIfCSS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS 

MERCHANTS, CITY TEAM FW 9TH STREET FESTIVAL 

BUSItCSS HI6H.IGHTS 

CHAIN HONORS H^EENSBORO BUSI^ESSMAN 

TRIANGLE BUSIfCSS INDEX: TRIANGLE POSTS STRONG GAINS 

RECORD BAR REPORTS DEAL WITH N.Y. FIRM 

GLAXO DfflWTES TO RONALD MCDOWO HOUSE 

'TVE XB WAS FINE, BUT IT WAS NO PLACE TO MEET MEN' . 

PERSOW€L CHANGES IN TRIANGLE BUSINESS 

ACORN RESTAURANT CHANGES OWNERS, SPECIALTIES 

DIVIDED DIRECTOSlS SfAJFF CHAMBER'S ROOM-TAX OPINION 

MARTIN HOI«RS GLAXO FOR SUPPORTING ARTS 

CAN RECORII INDUSTRY STOP DIGITAL-AUDIO TAPE RECORDINGS? 

TRIANGLE PERSONNEL CHANGES 

RESERVATIONS FOR PIEDMONT'S f«W LONDON FLIGHT ACCEPTED 

FOOD FOR THOUWT: LILLIPUTIAN FARE IS CULINARY HIT OF '87 

CONSTRUCTION BEGUN ON DURHAM HOfE COMFia 

SMALL-BUSIhESS OWNERS OPPOSE HIGHER MINIMUM WAGE 

MAra<ETING GROUP TO TALK ON SUPEWIARKET RETAIL TRENDS 

DUWAM INSUWNCE FIRM MAINTAINS TOP RANKING 

PROGRAMS TO AID SMALL-BUSINESS OWNERS 

SUGAR, CAFFEIf€ PUT EXTRA KICK IN f£W JOLT COA 

DURHAM'S JAPAfCSE COIWECTION 

TRIANGLE COMPANIES TO AID SPECIAL 0LY1*>ICS 

TIRING OF HANGING AROUND THE LOBBY? SHOW PRODUCTS AT DURHAM EXPOSITION 

DURHAM EMPTIES 30,000 ALUMINUM DRIf^ CANS A DAY 

TRIANGLE DEVaOPfCNT AWARDS CONTEST OPENS 



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2/21/1987 B 

2/22/1987 C 

2/22/1987 

2/23/1987 

2/26/1987 

2/28/1987 

3/01/1987 

3/01/1987 

3/01/1987 

3/02/1987 

3/05/1987 

3/07/1987 

3/08/1987 

3/09/1987 

3/12/1987 

3/13/1987 B 

3/14/1987 A 

3/15/1987 

3/15/1987 

3/16/1987 

3/19/1987 

3/21/1987 

3/22/1987 

3/22/1987 

3/23/1987 

3/23/1987 

3/26/1987 

3/28/1987 

3/29/1987 

3/29/1987 

3/29/1987 D 

4/01/1987 A 

4/02/1987 

4/03/1987 

4/04/1987 

4/05/1987 

4/05/1987 

4/05/1987 

4/06/1987 

4/09/1987 

4/09/1987 

4/11/1987 

4/12/1987 

4/12/1987 

4/14/1987 

4/15/1987 

4/16/1987 

4/16/1987 

4/17/1987 

4/18/1987 

4/19/1987 

4/19/1987 

4/20/1987 C 

4/23/1987 D 

4/25/1987 B 

4/26/1987 C 

4/26/1987 

4/27/1937 

4/30/1987 

5/02/1987 

5/03/1987 

5/04/1987 

5/05/1987 

5/06/1987 

5/07/1987 D 

5/09/1987 A 

5/09/1987 A 

5/10/1987 C 

5/14/1987 D 

5/16/1987 A 



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12 

14 

15 

10 

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N 

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N 

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N W82 

N 

U L41 

N 

U L41 

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N 

N 

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N W82 

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N 

N 

N 

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N 

U L41 

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N W82 

N 

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N 

N 

N 

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N 

N 

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N 

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N 

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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1937 



S U B J E 



A THIRD OF INCOMING RTP EXECUTIVES ARE NOU SETTLING IN DURrtW-SURVEY 

PERSONfE. CHANf^S AT AREA CO)«»ANIES 

PIZZA FRANCHISE PICKS SITE FOR FOOD CENTER 

HA«^ER USED 'RCKKING CHAIR' TO SEAT SUCCESS 

COWANIES UITH IDEAS LOOKING FOR BACKERS 

CAPITM. SOUGHT FDR THESE IffiAS 

PROGRAM RECRUITS COMJNITY VOLUNTEERS 

AICRICAN AIRLINES' CHAIRMWJ CHASTISED FOR SMOKING 

GOV. MARTIN DEDICATES ^EADOUARTERS 

CITY SHOULDN'T PAY MORE TO LOCAL FIRMS 

REP. THOMPSON'S PREFERENCE BILL FOR CITY COIWCIL SHaVED IN HOUSE 

KYOTO PROFESSOR SLAMS TOP-MLLAft TERRORIST PAY-OFF 

BWa^OUGHS m±C&£ STARTS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS 

HO-OGRAMS, TAlJ<If« AISLES ARE INVADING SUPERMARKETS 

PERS»B€L CHANGES ARtJUND TRIAt«LE 

NEC MARKETING OFFICE TO MOVE TO DUIWAM CO. 

UNIVERSITY TOWER BRINGS CITY aUB BACK TO DIRHAM 

CHAMBER OFFERS HEALTN-CARE SEMINAR 

18 DUWAM, CHAPa HILL COff ANIES ARE LISTED AS N0N-INVEST^OT GRADE 

ARE T* RICH REALLY MUCH DIFFERENT FROM YOU AND t€? 

PERSa»€L CHANGES 

MITSUBISHI UNVEILS 'ZIP,' DURHAM SITE'S NEW PRODUCT 

ELECTRONIC TAX FILING IS BEING EXPANDO AFTER TRIANGLE TRIAL 

SiL MARKS 60TH UITH BASEBALL, CONCERT 

SECURITY FEDERAL'S EARLY HOME LOANS WERE FOR 11 YEARS 

mX. CROSS PR-OW)TES N.C. ATHLETES ON RADIO 

HOMEOWNERS OPPOSE U.S. 15-501 PLANS 

NORTH CAROLINA SITS MORE FIRMY ON STATE BACKS 

GTE CUSTO^ERS MAY QUALIFY FOR RATE REDUCTION 

NCNB'S TOP INVESTMENT OFFICER SEES NO RECESSION, LIKES S(WLLER STOCKS 

PERSO»(EL CHANGES AT AREA COMPANIES 

COMPANY DAY CARE FOCUS OF SEMINAR 

NETW(W< OFFERING COMPUTERIZED N.C. CONTRACT DATA 

TRIANGLE ENTF'EPR'ENE'JRIAL GROUP SEEKS FUNIS 

ITALIAN BUSINESSfEN WANT TO OJaiCATE TRIANON'S SUCCESSES 

STATE CRACKS DOWN ON DISTRESS SALE ABUSES 

UPCOMING BUSINESS MEETINGS, UORKSHCFS 

RIBBQN-CUniNG WILL CELEBRATE 1-40 SEGMENT 

MITSUBISHI PLANS TO EXPAND IN DURHAM 

COUPON COMPANY GETS 'UNSATISFACTORY' RATING 

HOME-FIRM OU^£RS ASKED TO GET LICENSE 

RETAIL OUTLOOK WEAK UNTIL BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE BLITZKRIEG BEGINS 

DURHAM BUSINESSES UPSET OVER FEE HIKE 

JULY 4TH; MiEPENDENCE DAY (AD) 

IS A LARGE MEDICAL MALL SOMEUHERE IN DURHAM'S FUTURE? 

BUSIfCSS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS 

ADARON SELLS OFFICE COfPLEXi AREA WAGES RISE 

TELECOM IS OFFERING NEW DEVICE TO mLTIPLY TELEPHONE SERVICES 

LUi OFFERS 30 CIGAREHES FOR PRICE OF 20 

MERCHANT OBJECTS TO USING PUBLIC PARKING FOR HOTEL 

MOST M<E TARDY UITH FORMS ON RISKY CHEMICALS 

Business ZOfC TOPIC OF HEARING 

BUSIfCSS HIGHLIGHTS 

HOMEOtWERS GROUP STARTS CONSUMER PROGRAM 

PERSONNa CHANGES AT TRIANGLE COMPANIES _ 

STATE MOVES TO REJECT APPLICATION FROM A fCU YORK SECURITIES DEAL£R 

AREA BUSINESS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS 

VACANCY RATES DROP IX FOR RTP OFFICES 

FESTIVAL F{X)D, HOTEL BUSIfCSS LMKING IP 

BUSIhESS INCUBATOR fCEDED 

FARMERS, BANKS WARNED AGAINST 'SIGHT DRAFTS' 

GLAXO PUTS UP »15O,0OO FOR mUC RADIO 

OPTIONS TRADING FOR GLAXO HOLDIfffiS IS STARTED ON AMEX 

UPCOMING BUSIfCSS MEETINGS, UORKSHCFS 

TRADING ON GLAXO STM«TS 

HANDBOCHC HELPS DETERMI^€ COSTS OF MOTEL FANTASY 

ENTREPRENEURIAL COUNCIL BOARD ELECTS fetiOVS 

FOOD LION SUF'ERVISORS AVERAGE t38,000, PLUS STOCK OPTIONS 

RTP FIRM'S fCU HARDWARE, SOFTWARE FOR CUSTOM-CHIPS POPULAR AT SHOW 

UPCOMING BUSINESS MEETINGS, WORKSHOPS 



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5/25/1987 C 


3 N 


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5/26/1987 A 


4 E 


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5/28/1987 B 


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H 


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5/28/1987 D 


6 P U L41 


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5/30/1987 A 


8 P N 


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5/31/1987 D 


10 U L41 


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5/31/1987 D 


13 P N 


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6/01/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


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6/04/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


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6/06/1987 A 


3 P N 


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6/07/1987 C 


12 N L41 


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6/07/1987 C 


13 U L41 


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6/07/1987 C 


16 P N 


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6/08/1987 A 


9 N 


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6/11/1987 D 


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6/13/1987 A 


3 P N 


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6/14/1987 C 


10 P U L41 


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6/15/1987 A 


9 N 


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6/17/1987 A 


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6/20/1987 A 


8 N 


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6/21/1987 C 


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6/21/1987 C 


8 P N 


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6/22/1987 A 


3 N 


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6/25/1987 D 


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6/27/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


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6/28/1987 C 


12 M N L41 


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6/28/1987 C 


12 P N 


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6/28/1987 C 


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6/29/1987 A 


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6/30/1987 A 


1 N L41 


H 


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6/30/1987 B 


3 N L41 


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7/01/1987 C 


1 N M06 


H 


7 


7/02/1987 A 


18 P U L41 


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7/04/1987 A 


1 N H70 


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7/06/1987 C 


10 N 


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7/08/1987 A 


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7/08/1987 A 


1 N L41 


H 


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7/09/1987 B 


1 N S51 


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6 P U L41 


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7/09/1987 A 


1 N M06 


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7/10/1987 C 


5 N 


S 


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7/11/1987 A 


11 P N 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 C 


8 P N 


H 


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7/12/1987 C 


8 U L41 


H 


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7/12/1987 C 


10 I 


S 


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7/13/1987 B 


3 N 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 A 


1 N L41 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


9 


7/16/1987 D 


7 U L41 


S 


2 


7/18/1987 B 


8 N 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 B 


4 U L41 


H 


2 


7/19/1987 B 


4 I 


S 


2 


7/20/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 


4 P U L41 


S 


2 


7/25/1987 C 


3 P N 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 B 


5 U L41 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 B 


5 N M97 


H 


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7/26/1987 B 


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AfCRICAN AIRLItCS 'LAKDING' UILL SEND HOfE SALES SOARING 

FESTIVAL IMPACT ON STORES MIXED 

YOUNG «N'S SHOP TO LEAVE N0RTH3ATt 

STATE LA« ALLOUS FIXIT SHOP 0»«RS TO CLEAR SHELVES 

GET IT RIGHT AT FIRST 

HAYTI GETS GRANT FOR LOW-INCffl£ HOUSING _^^ 

UWT'S YOUR TVEORY ON IW PEOPLE LIKE HOT DOGS PACKAGED IN TENS? 

UPCOMING BUSINESS MEETINGS, UORKSHPS 

BESTSELLER IS VARIETY AT DURIW BOOKSTORE 

ADARQN TO ABANDON BROKERAGE _ 

PEOPLES SECURITY PUHING OFFICES IN SUPERMARKETS 

ALLENTON REALTY PURCHASES RALEIGH MANAGEhCNT FIRM 

NEU LAWSUIT COSTS COlO CREATE $4 CIGARETTE PACK 

BUSIfCSS CALENDAR „ „ ,v^ ,.^ 

FLEA MARKET VENDOR UILL FIND NEU LAW PILES ON RED TAPE 

9TH STREET GR'OUTH TO FOLLOW EXF'ANSION 

ERUIN EXPANSION FIRM BUYS PANTRY ^ ^^^_^ ^, ^ ^^^^ 

W^y<E COKTY JJDGE ISSUES fH INJUNCTION AGAINST N.Y. FIRM 

m(ER OF TINY BAGS EVOLVES INTO A TWIVING MANlf ACTURER 

BUSINESS CALENDAR 

mX RIGHTS A PHONY ISSUE ,„ „ 

DIMWM HOME SALES DOWN O^^R LAST YEAR'S FIGURES 

SMALL SHOPS KT ASSISTANCE 

FIRMS COME TO LIFE IN DURHAM INCUBATOR 

GULLEY, ABRAM DISAGREE ON RECRUITING BUSIfCSSES 

BUU m>K£\ UILL KEEP CHARGING, BROKER'S F-REDICT 

ALLENTON 'STREAMLINES,' ADDS SUBSIDIARIES 

BUSIhCSS HIGHLIGHTS 

RTP CREDIT UNION FINDS fCU LOCATION 

AN INCUBATOR FOR BUSIhESS _ „ ^ . .. ^™r, r- 

A FAMILY RECIPE FOR SUCCESS NO SECRET TO DURHAM COUPLE 

NEW REPORT REIGNITES CHAMBER'S DEBATE ABOUT REVITALIZATION 

BUSIhCSS CM£NDAR 

hmm CHAMBER PLANS ACCIDENT PREVENTION CAW>AIGN 

IffiMEN PONDERING IF CAREER OB^CTIVE IS WORTH THE EFFORT 

MAYORAL CANDIDATES TO ANSWER CHAMBER QUESTIONS 

DOWNTOWN store: OASIS IN RETAILING DESERT 

UNISEX INSURANCE LIKRY TO INCREASE WOMEN'S PREMIUMS 

BUSIhCSS CALENDAR 

RECORD BAR TO OPEN TRACKS IN RALEIGH ^^„^ 

N.C. STOCKBROKER'S LICENSE SUSPENDED IN 'PONZI' SCHEME 

VIDEOTAPE TO SHOW GENE-ALTERED TOBACCO 

LAWSUITS FORCING BOSSES TO LOOSEN REINS ON WORKERS 

BliSKCSS CALENDAR 

DEVaOPI€NT BOOM EXPECTED ON 1-85 hEAR DURHW1 

RETAIL JOB JUfP OF 33 PERCENT SEEN BY 2000 

AIRLINE TO SERVE NEU BERN, JACKSONVILLE 

TUO BUSINESSES DESTROYED BY FIRE 

BUSINESS BRIEFING 

BUSINESS CALENDAR 

CHAPEL HILL FIRM OFFERS FREE EAR TESTING BY PHOhE 

ENTREPREhCURIAL EXPO, SEMIhWRS FLAWED SATURDAY 

TRIANGLf J TO SPONSOR COhfftRENCE ON GROWTH 

SPECIAL WEEK UILL FOCUS ON MINORITY BUSINESS PEK^LE 

BUSIhCSS CALENDAR 

SIKUEY REVEALS CAREER WOMEN'S PLUSES, MINUSES 

BUSIICSS HIKCIGHTS 

ADARON TO CREATE ALSTON CONNER ShCPPING CENTER 

NEU COhff>ANY PLANS CELEBRATIONS, PRACTICAL JOKES 

BUSIhCSS CALENDAR 

ADMARK BECOhCS ALLENTON SUBSIDIARY _ ^^^ ^^^ 

NORTHERN TELECOM! COhWWICATIONS COMPANY TALKS MOhCY FOR WAKE COIWTY 

HAWCR FIRM BUYS CHARLOTTE COMPANY _ 

BUSIhCSS LEADERS SAY BEST RESUMES ARE HOICST, BRIEF 

BUSIhCSS CALENDAR 

SIWEY TO STUDY CITY RELATIONS ^ „^ 

KKE OFFERS BUSIhCSS WIKKSHOP; TEXTILE CfCMISTS TO STUDY COLORS 

CHAPEL hill: LIVING IN BLUE HEAVEN COSTS A LOT OF GREEN 

CCB OFFERS SCHOOLS BANKING-SKILLS PROGRAM 

'DOUNTOUN' TRIANGLE UILL BE ON HI6W4AY— BUT WHICH OhC? 



N 
P 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

H 

H 

H 

H 

S 

S 

S 

S 

H 

S 

H 

S 

H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 



S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



7/26/1987 
7/27/1987 
7/27/1987 
7/30/1987 
7/31/1987 
8/01/1987 
8/02/1987 B 
8/02/1987 B 
8/03/1987 C 
8/03/1987 A 
8/06/1987 A 
8/08/1987 A 
8/09/1987 B 
8/09/1987 B 
8/13/1987 D 
8/13/1987 
8/15/1987 
8/16/1987 
8/16/1987 
8/16/1987 
8/16/1987 
8/17/1987 
8/18/1987 
8/19/1987 
8/19/1987 
8/20/1987 
8/21/1987 
8/22/1987 
8/22/1987 
8/23/1987 
8/23/1987 
8/23/1987 
8/23/1987 
8/24/1987 
8/27/1987 
8/29/1987 
8/30/1987 
8/30/1987 
8/30/1987 
8/31/1987 
9/03/1987 D 
9/05/1987 B 
9/06/1987 C 
9/06/1987 
9/06/1987 
9/10/1987 
9/12/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/13/1987 
9/15/1987 
9/17/1987 
9/19/1987 
9/20/1987 
9/20/1987 
9/24/1987 B 
9/24/1987 B 
9/26/1987 A 
9/27/1987 C 
9/27/1987 C 
9/28/1987 B 
10/01/1987 D 
10/03/1987 
10/04/1987 
10/04/1987 
10/05/1987 
10/06/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/10/1987 
10/11/1987 



A 
A 
C 
C 
C 
D 
C 
A 
C 
C 
A 
C 
A 
A 
D 
D 
D 
D 
A 
D 
A 
C 
D 
D 
A 



N 

N X74 
N 

U L41 
L 
N 

U L41 
I 

F S80 
N 

U L41 
N 
U 
I 
P U L41 



1 M N S92 



6 

10 

10 

12 

4 
2 
1 
1 
1 

18 
1 

11 

11 
4 

11 

11 

13 
8 
7 

11 
1 

10 

11 
7 
6 
5 

14 

15 
1 
8 
9 
1 

10 

14 
3 
1 

10 

10 

12 
2 
2 
8 
9 

12 
5 
5 
3 

10 

12 
9 
3 
5 
9 

10 



N 

U L41 

N L41 

I 

E 

N 

N U82 

N W82 

N U82 

U L41 

N U82 

N 

N 

E 

N L41 

U L41 

I 

N 

N 

N 

N N36 

U L41 

I 

N 

U L41 

N 

N 

I 

N 

U L41 

N 

N 

N 

I 

h) 

U L41 

N 

U L41 

I 

U L41 

N 

N 

U L41 

I 

N 

U L41 

N 

U L41 

I 

N 

N 

U L41 

N 

U L41 



-iX630- 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12A31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



PAGE 240 
1/21/88 



N 

P 

BUSItCSS CALENDAR H 

NONE INCREASES CED GRANT S 

GLAXO FIKTS RECORIi EARNINGS; U.S. Sl^^S INCREASE 51 PERCENT S 

CUSTOMER service: RESTALRATEUR offers anecdotes of PATRONS H 

PARTJCRSHIP BUYOUT MAMS FREUDENBERG (MCR (? LUTRAVIL H 

FUQUA SCHOOL RECEIVES »25,0O0 GRANT S 

DIM4AM CLUBS SET BUSINESS W3fEN'S UEEK FESTIVITIES H 

BUSIh£SS WJ.ENDAR H 

NATIONAL BUSIfCSS yOMEN'S ICEK HONORED IN DURHfVI S 

HOP FOR RETAIL! fCU N.C. LAW SHARPLY INCREASES PW^ISWOT, FI>£S... H 

AREA BROKERS OPEN EXTRA HOjRS AFTER WILD MARKET lEEK H 

CHAMBER OF COWiEPCE PLANS HJSINESS FAIR S 

TRIANGLE'S f€W STOR'ES TO CPEN BEFORE HOLIDAYS H 

2 PRM1INENT BUSI^ESS^EN TO SPEAK AT FUQUA SCmX. S 

JOINT VENTliiE DEDICATION DRAUS TOP OFFICIALS H 

UALL STREET SmPRISEI BRIDKERAGE RESEARCHERS TRY EXPLAINING LOSSES... H 

HAYTI BUSIfCSSES MAY GET CITY LOANS .^>,^„ ^ 

HALLCSCEN GROUS UPj COSTU« SOLERS ARE BOBBING FOR BABY MSMCRS... H 

SWWEY: TRIWOI OFFICE RENTf^ RATES LOU S 

NEW JEWELRY STORES OPEN AT NORTHGATE, SOUTH SQUARE MALLS H 

GLAXO, \SK CREATE PHARMACY PROGRAM ^,^_^^ S 

MARKET flashback: SO WHO SAID THE BIG CRASH REALLY WAS A GOOD THING? H 

DURHAM COMPANIES PRODUCE LESS HAZARI€US WASTE H 

FINDING CUSTO)€RS FOR f£U BUSINESSES PROGRAM TOPIC S 

1987 'S HOT BUYS INCLUIt DINOSAURS, BLUE CORN CHIPS H 

miK TO BEGIN ON TREYBU^J S 

CHRISTXAS SALES SEEN KEY TO TRIANGLE ECONOMY H 

TRIANGLE TAKES 60 PERCENT OF ENTR'EF'ReCURIAL AWARDS H 

SMALL FIRMS ARE CITED FOR EXCELLENCE ^ ^ S 

ON F(MES' list: 2 PEOPLE WITH CLOSE TIES TO DURHAM ARE AMONG 400... H 

TRIA^«LE BUSIfCSS INDEX REPORTS GAIN _ ^ ^ 

MITSUBISHI'S MIZraSUCHI REAL BIG FAN OF DIWHAM, MOLWTAINS, CHOCOLATE H 

Ut£AT, FIRST PREDICTS CONSUMERS MAY CUT HO-IDAY SPENDING H 

DLKHAM HOME SALES AVERAGE $105,172 „ „,^rro f, 

MAJOR RESOW«:e: library's business REFERDCE SECTION OFFERS St«RTCUTS... H 



S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -P6 L P BYL 



HEADfflJARTERS hCADING TO CITIES— ANALYST 

LiM! FIRM ICING WELL UIT}^ COiWlN STOCK SALE 

GETTING ahead: MUFFINS WILL BE HOT IN FUTURE, T}€Y SAY 

SUWEY: UOf€N OUTNUMBERED ON BOARDS, BUT PLAY KEY ROLES 



TimEY production: ORANGE, DURHi!^ COUNTIES WtVEN'T GOT A LEG TO STAND ON H 

IBM LENDS COMPUTERS FOR REMEDIAL EOJCATION S 

MANY INVESTORS FAIL TO REALIZE THEY HAVE LEGAL RIGHTS H 

'CHILDREN'S CLASSIC TROPHY TO BE PASSED TO NORTHERN TEL S 

ELECTRONICS COMPANY SPECIALIZES IN PACKAGING, E4JT NOT WITH RIBBONS H 

GRADUATE PAY SURVEY H 

POPCORN IS VEHICLE FOR CREATIVITY S 

DUR-HAM PROMOTERS SOUGHT BY CITY OF MEDICINE __ S 

FORBES ARTICLE TELLS HOW aAY HA»(ER PUTS DEALS TOGETHER H 

FRUITS OF A QUIET REVOLUTION H 

$175,953 LIEN FILED AGAINST STW£ CONST. CO. H 

TRIANGLE BUSIfCSS INDEX FINDS ECONWiY DOW 0.2X S 

GE, IBM UNITE TO MAKE CHIPS H 
EffflOYMENT picture: MODERATRY POSITIVE PATTERN PREDICTED FOR WJRHAM... H 

TRIANGLE A TOP CONTENDER FOR SEMATECH .^.tt^.tt^k, u 

l*£N FURIOUS AT YOUR STXKBROKER, DO YOU SUE OR ASK FOR ARBITRATIOT? H 

DURHAM HAY BE GETTING 8 PROXCTS S 

BURROUGHS l€LLCO^E PAYS OUT REC(KD GRANTS S 

TUO N.C. BAf*;S IN TOP 10 H 

DUWAM BUILDING REPAIRS AWAIT FlMiS S 

GAS COMPANY SPONSORS HEAT CARE FUND FOR 5TH YEAR S 

l*£N A BROKERAGE FIRM HKS BANKRUPT H 

LIENS (WD JUDGMENTS H 

UPCOMING TRIANGLE MEHINGS, UOR'KSHOPS H 

TRIO FORMS BIOTECHNOLOGY FIRM TO BATTLE CANCER S 

DURHAM FIRM TO SERVICE DAIRY GROUP S 

NORTH POLE 'COMPANY' DaiVERS FREE H 
SANDOZ TO MARKET INGREDIENT IN OAXO PRODUTT _„_,^ .^ .„ , ,,.^ S 
SHOtAU YOU SELL THE CHICKEN HOUSE OR REFINANCE YOm MORTGAGE AT 10 1/2X'' H 

UPCOMING AREA BUSINESS MEETINGS, SEMINARS H 

TRIANGLE FIRMS EXPAND FITfESS, ICLLNESS PR0(3V»MS S 



10/11/1987 D 

10/12/1987 C 

10/13/1987 C 

10/15/1987 D 

10/17/1987 A 

10/17/1987 A 

10/18/1987 D 

10/18/1987 D 

10/19/1987 B 

10/22/1987 D 

10/24/1987 

10/24/1987 

10/25/1987 

10/26/1987 

10/27/1987 

10/29/1987 

10/29/1987 

10/30/1987 

10/31/1987 

11/01/1987 

U/02/1987 

11/05/1987 

11/06/1987 

11/07/1987 

11/08/1987 

11/09/1987 

11/10/1987 

11/11/1987 

11/11/1987 

11/12/1987 

11/14/1987 

11/15/1987 

11/15/1987 

11/16/1987 

11/19/1987 

11/21/1987 

11/21/1987 

11/22/1987 

11/23/1987 

11/26/1987 

11/28/1987 

11/29/1987 

11/30/1987 

12/01/1987 

12/03/1987 

12/03/1987 

12/05/1987 

12/06/1987 D 

12/06/1987 D 

12/06/1987 

12/07/1987 

12/10/1987 

12/10/1987 

12/12/1987 

12/13/1987 

12/14/1987 

12/14/1987 

12/17/1987 

12/18/1987 

12/19/1987 

12/20/1987 

12/20/1987 

12/20/1987 

12/21/1987 

12/22/1987 B 

12/24/1987 A 

12/26/1987 A 

12/27/1987 B 

12/27/1987 B 

12/28/1987 C 



13 

2 

3 

7 
14 

3 
11 
13 

3 

6 
13 

8 
11 

7 

5 

1 

1 

9 

8 
19 
11 

1 

1 

3 
10 

8 

1 

5 

7 

6 

9 

10 
10 

3 

1 

3 

3 
11 

3 

8 

3 

11 I 
12 

6 

5 

6 I 

2 I 
11 I 
11 
14 

3 

7 

7 

3 

11 

1 

3 

1 

1 

8 

10 

11 

13 

3 

6 

11 

8 

7 

10 

3 



L41 
L41 
L41 

L41 

RBO 
L41 
H70 
H45 

L41 

L41 
L41 

L41 

L41 
L41 
L90 
L41 
U82 
L41 
L41 

L41 
K65 

L41 

L41 
W82 
L41 

M97 
L41 
C09 
U82 
L41 
L41 



L41 
U82 
L41 
W82 

L41 

H70 
U82 
L41 



L41 
W82 
L41 



-a630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



MANAGERS SAY STORES HAD FINE HOLIDAY SALES 
SHOO AULD PROJECTIONS BE FORGOT... 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, ARTS SUPPORT 
SEE W.SO ARTIE AWARDS 
SEE ALSO BUSIICSSES, N.C., ARTS SUPPORT 

IBH CHIPS IN $60,000 FOR ARTS 

ARTS SAID KEY TO DOUNTOUN REBIRTH 

ARTS CAN REVIVE lOUNTOWS, PLAWCR SAYS_ ^ _ ^,„,„„„ 

INDUSTRIAL hCAT PUMPS WILL BE STUDIED FOR THIER EFFICIENCY 

GLAXO GIFT PUTS ARTSCENTER OVER GOAL 

ERWIN EXPANSION FIR« BUYS PANTRY 

CENTERFEST LOOKS TO NEXT YEAR 

ART ENLIVENS WORKPLACE 

ARTICLES ARTICLES 

CORPORATE SCULPTURE SHOW IS SENDING MESSAGES 

A MIXED BAG FOR HAaOUEEN 

ART GUILD'S JURIED (H7 SHOW BENEFITS FROM AREA SlfffORT 

BUSINESSES SIFPORT ARTS 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CHILD CARE 
SEE ALSO CHILD CARE CENTERS 
Cl£VER PARENTS KM BAY CARE COHDP AT THEIR UORK PLACE 
PROVIDING FOR THE TRIANGLE'S DAY-CARE NEEDS ,„,„„ 

CONTINUED I£VaOPICNT REQUIRES BETTER DAY CARE-CHAMBER OFFICIAL 

BUSIhCSSES, DURHAM, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C., CLOSINGS 
CRAFT W)USE TO CLOSE 
ANOT>£R WHAPPY CLOSING 
AMERICAN SHOULD KEEP S0^€ TIES TO lURHAM 
ESC CLASSES OFFER HOPE TO DURHAM JOBLESS 
AMERICAN TOBACCO HUNTS NEU JOBS FOR EffflOYEES 
AMPHENOL PLANT TO CLOSE BY '88 

AmCNOL CLOSING 'SHOCKING' „ ,>„..„. 

AMERICAN CLOSES DOORS: LAST WHISTLE SOJNDS FOR LANDMARK 
AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. ROLLS ITS LAST CIGARETTE 
SOME FINAL QUESTIONS FOR AfERICAN TOBACCO 
FOLD, WERICAN! (CARTOON) 

GIFT TO CITY WOULD IMFIWE FIRM'S IMAGE _ 

LIGGEH REMAINS COMMITTED TO BE PART OF DURHAM'S FUTURE 
AMERICAN TOBACCO WORKERS JOBLESS 
FARM FRESH CLOSING FRIDAY 
DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT CLOSES 
M/«KET ti.L SOLD OUT? 
GATES SWORN IN; SAYS BUSIhESS LEAVING DURHAM FOR HILLSBOROUGH 

BUSINESSES, DURHAM, CRIMES 

SEE ALSO HJSItCSSES, N.C., CRIiCS 
SEE ALSO CRIME VICTIMS 

$14,000 WORTH OF GOODS TAKEN 

POLICE PROK TJCFTS FROM STEAK HOUSE 

BUSIICSSES, DURHAM, DffT-OYEES 

SOMS OF SILENT PARK SPEAK OF EXTRA COSTS 

BAD l£AT>€R COST MAJOR AR'EA EMPLOYERS 1 3/4 DAYS ^ UORK 

P£RS0^8CL CHANGES AT TRIAMSLE COMPANIES 

LOW PAY, LONG SHIFTS SPUR MITSUBISHI IWION VOTE 

PERSO>»E. CHANGES 

MOST TRIANGLE BUSINESSES WITHOUT POLICIES ON AIDS 

GLAXO WINS SPORTS CHALLENGE 

TRIANOI COMPANIES LIST PERSONNa CHANGES 

PERSON^e. CHANGES 

PERSOWSL CHANGES 

PERSONNEL CHANGES 

PERSONNa CHANGES 

PERSONNEL CHANGES 

PERSONNEL CHANGES 

PERSOWffL CHANGES 

PERSON^£L CHANGES 



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S 


I T 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D —DATE— C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 12/29/1987 C 


1 N L41 


H 


2 12/31/1987 A 


14 P U L41 


H 


2 2/05/1987 B 


1 N 


S 


2 3/19/1987 C 


1 N U82 


H 


2 3/20/1987 B 


3 P N A80 


H 


2 4/12/1987 C 


15 U L41 


H 


2 8/09/1987 B 


16 N 080 


S 


2 8/15/1987 A 


6 N 


S 


2 9/21/1987 A 


1 N M06 


H 


2 9/23/1987 E 


7 P F 


S 


2 9/24/1987 D 


12 N G59 


H 


2 9/25/1987 D 


10 P R G68 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 


7 D U W66 


S 


2 12/30/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 12/31/1987 A 


4 L 



H 2 1/26/1987 A 6 P F Zll 
H 2 7/03/1987 B 2 P N H45 
H 2 10/23/1987 C 3 N M97 



H 


2 


1/16/1987 A 


12 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


5/07/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


5/26/1987 A 




N W82 


S 


2 


7/08/1987 A 




N U82 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 B 




N L41 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 C 




N W82 


H 


2 


8/27/1987 A 


1 P N L41 


S 


2 


8/27/1987 A 




N X92 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 A 




E 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 A 


4 T T R56 


S 


2 


8/28/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 


8/29/1987 A 




L 


S 


2 


9/14/1987 A 




N W82 


H 


2 


9/29/1987 C 




N 


S 


2 


10/01/1987 A 


17 


N W82 


H 


2 


11/15/1987 D 




E 


H 


3 


12/15/1987 C 


1 P N MIO 



H 2 1/18/1987 C 5 N 
S 2 11/30/1987 C 1 N 



H 


2 2/19/1987 B 


1 N M97 


H 


2 2/26/1987 B 


1 N L41 


H 


2 7/19/1987 B 


6 P N 


S 


2 7/29/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 3/23/1987 D 


12 P N 


H 


2 9/07/1987 A 


1 N L41 


S 


2 9/22/1987 D 


6 N 


H 


2 10/07/1987 D 


7 N 


H 


2 10/11/1987 D 


15 P N 


H 


2 10/23/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 D 


14 P N 


H 


2 10/31/1987 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 11/01/1987 C 


20 P N 


H 


2 11/04/1987 C 


6 P N 


H 


2 11/08/1987 D 


14 P N 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 


13 P N 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



PERSOffrEL CmNGES IN TRIANGLf 
PERS(»#«L attN(£S AT TRIANGLE FIRHS 

BUSIhCSSES, DLff^fWI, hEALTVI INSIJWNCE 
SEE ALSO fCALTW INSURANCE 
«KT TRIA^af BUSINESSES UITHOrT POLICIES ON AIDS 

BUSItCSSES, affWAW, LAWSUITS 

SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, Umv^ COUNTY 

1987'S HOT BUYS INCLUffi DINOSALRS, BLUE CORN CHIPS 

BUSINESSES, DURH^, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSIhCSSES, N.C., LAYtFFS 
SEE ALSO RjSIf€SSE3, U.S., IJlYaTS 

LIKjETT i MYE?,S C^S NEW JDB OF HANDLING BOTKS 

47 LAID CBT AT AfftCNCL'S DL-RHAJl F1ANT 

LU1 LAYOFFS TO AFFECT CW^HAft TAX BASE 

LIHSTT i MYERS LAYS OFF 104 EffftOYEES 

CWffftNY TO PREPARE TAX RETURNS FOR LAID-»T UCSKERS 

SUJilTOW TO LAY KT 15 WORKERS 

SU1IT0H0 LAYS OFF 15 WSKERS 

BCmXr AIMED AT hELPING LAID-OFF WORKERS 

EK CLASSES OFFER H(FE TO DURWtM JOOSSS 

AMPVCWa PLAMT TO aOSE BY '88 

AffHENOL CLOSING 'SHOCKING' 

PR13BLEMS BEING UC«KED tXTT 

A^EF;ICAN TOBACCO CO. RtLLS ITS LAST CIGARETTE 

Sl^ITOHO LAYOFF FOR 50 SET DEC. 31 

AIRLIfC LAYS CFF ROJ «KKERS 

BUSIhCS^S, DURHAM, OPENINGS 

EMEREX leiilCATES hE/^ICiJARTERS 

RH(»€-POLL£NC WVING KEAIKajARTERS OF U.S. OPERATIONS TO RESEARCH PAra< 

DON'T LCT JOBLESS FIGL^RES ICCEI'.E YOJ 

IT'S AA S<EAT DAY AT RDU: MAJ<TIN TO ^€LP OPEN AIRLIfC'S t£W HUB 

AMERICAN AIRLIf€S GETS 'i«LC«E TO DLW4AM' 

AMERICAN AIRLINES PAYS RESPECT TO DURHAM PRIDE 

WTEL OPENS AT HILLANDALE ROAD, 1-85 

GROWING LP WITH JACK BE>WY; SWK STORE FITS f€R BETTER... 

DU PONT LOCATES NEU ELECTRONICS CENTER IN RTP 

BA^ SELLS STXK, TO ADD ^£U BRii^CH 

MARYLAND FIRM ttOl'ES TO IXIRHAM 

T^E AMERICAN DREAM 

UESTGATE TO JOIN SOUTH SQUARE CENTERS 

CHAMBER LRKS INSPECTIONS «R(»< 

mi FIRMS EASE STING OF IXMfrffl.*^ EXODUS 

Cin (F...FASHIW DURHAM FLIRTS WITH FAST COHPANY AS 

TRIANON'S NPJ STORES TO OPEN BEFORE HOLIDAYS 

NEU .£WELRY STORES OPEN AT NiS?THGATE, SOUTH SCUARE MALLS 

BRAItEES (StNS IN UESTGATE 

NCRTH6ATE EXPECTS StUIS B(BST 

Uff INIS^O PWSENIX SOL^ARE LEA^S ALL SPACE 

AKZO TO START RESEARCH IN TRIANO-E 

TOASTS miK MITSUBISHI C^ROUNDBREAKING 

TIRKEY PROttJCTION! OViNGE, DLRHAM COUNTIES HAl.O'T K)T A 

PICKETT SUITE HOTR TO (SEN SUNDAY 

$1.2 MILLION SELF-STORAK COff ANY CPENS ON CLUB BLVD. 

DURHAM MAY BE (STTING 8 PROJECTS 

WfMPi^ SHOP CATERS TO THKE WHO LOVt TO HIT T>€ SLOPES 

BlfilNESSES, DURHAM, PHIL(!*frmCPY 

GTE AIDS WORKERS' CHARITIES _ 

GTE BACKS EfStOYEE CHARITY WORK' UITW $30,150 IN SLANTS 

BURROUGHS CREATES FIND 

BIW«3U5HS GIUES $150,000 TO FCIWDATION 

FESTIVAL FOTD, HOTR BUSINESS LMKING UP 

GLAXO PLEIiGES $150,000 TOWARD ULWC BUILDIM3 

BUSIf£SSES SLPPGRT SCHOJLS 

INSUR/WCE COHPANY ISSUES CHALLENGE FOR EDUCATION FUND 

WAR ON DRUGS PROGRAM TO SEEK BUSIfCSSES' fCLP 



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1/15/1987 D 
1/23/1987 B 
1/30/1987 A 
1/30/1987 A 
2/21/1987 B 
2/24/1987 C 
2/25/1987 C 
3/21/1987 C 
5/26/1987 A 
7/17/1987 B 
7/17/1987 C 
8/19/1987 A 
8/27/1987 A 
2 11/12/1987 B 
2 11/16/1987 C 



U L41 
N 

N W82 
N L41 
N 
N 
N 
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N W82 
N L41 
N W82 
L 

N X92 
N M97 
N U82 



5/27/1987 
6/02/1987 
6/03/1987 
6/15/1987 
6/24/1987 
7/15/1987 
7/17/1987 
7/22/1987 B 
7/24/1987 A 
7/30/1987 
7/-30/1987 
3/13/1987 
8/17/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/17/1987 
10/25/1987 
11/01/1987 
11/03/1987 
11/06/1987 
11/19/1987 B 
11/19/1987 C 
11/20/1987 C 
11/26/1987 D 
12/11/1987 B 
12/12/1987 A 
12/14/1987 A 
12/15/1987 D 



2/07/1987 A 

2/08/1987 C 

4/01/1987 A 

4/02/1987 B 

7/15/1987 A 

7/30/1987 B 

7/31/1987 A 

11/12/1987 A 

11/13/1987 C 



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1/01/1987 - 12A31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



REVAMPED AMTI-DRUG PR0S5AM SEEKS MONEY 
18 MICR0ELECTRt3NICS FELLOWSHIPS AWARDED 
PIZZA SALES TO RAISE MO^EY FOR RESE/«CH 

BUSINESSES, OJRHAM, PHYSICAL FITICSS 

SEE ALSO PHYSICAL FITNESS _ ^ ,„,„„ 

CORPtKATE FITI€SS GAINING STRENGTH IN TRIANGLE OTICES 
TRIANGLE FIRMS EXPAND FITNESS, UELUCSS PROGRAMS 

BUSINESSES, OJRHAM, PRWERTY SALES 
SEE ALSO LA^ro SALES, PRIVATE-OWO 
SEE ALSO ICR(£RS AND TAKEOVERS 

UNION CARBIDE SOLD TO FRENCH CORPORATION 

UNION CARBIDE CENTER IS StO 

NCNB BUYS WJRHAM TECHNOLCBY PARK 

fOR sale: bank building IN DOWTOUN vmm 

AfCRICAN FIANS TO SELL ITS BUILDINGS IN DURHAM 
NONPROFIT FOUNDATION COULD BUY AMERICAN 
AMERICAN SHOULD KEEP SOt€ TIES TO DUWAM 
SCHOtLS TO GET BUILDING IN COUNCIL PAWa'S PLAN 

BUSINESSES, DURtWM, SALES AND EARNINGS 
DURHAM STORES SAY GAINS MODEST 

^l^i6 SS'cS raSERCE. PUBLIC EDUCATION TASK FORCE 
SEE ALSO DURHAM CITY SCHOOLS 
SEE ALSO Vmm COUNTY SCHOO-S ^^^^ 

PANEL SEEKS EQUALITY IN SCHOOL CONTWlCTS 

CITY SCHOOL BOARD OKS AFFIRWiTIVE-ACTION PLAN ,^„,nn.n^ 

CHAMBER OF CCI«ERCE HONORS: GIVEN (JARBOE)i RECEIVED (SCHOOLS) 

11 COffftNIES SCOUT DURHAM LOCATION 

PARTNERS 

CHAMBER SEMINAR TO FOCUS W CITY, COUNTY SCHOa SYSTEMS 

l^S ^iW^^lfl^'^f'm^ - SCHOOL PROBLEM SURVEYS 

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO VISIT WASHINGTON 

DURHAM STUDENTS EARN BUSI^£SS HONORS 

TEACHERS CAN GET 'GOLD STAR* 

PEPPERONI FLAVORS MEETING 

ACADEMIC ^EWS BRIEFS, GRADUATIONS, HONORS 

O^iciALS HOPE TEACHER EXPRESS HILL GET A BIGGER ^£AD OF STEAM 

ERUIN EXPANSION FIRM BUYS PANTRY __ 

CATALOG TO LIM< WJRHAM FIRMS UITM SCHML NEEDS 

CHAMBER WINS AWARD 

PHAMRFR WINS AWARD 

oI^ra-MILLION-DOLLAR INVESTfCNT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN PUBLIC SCHOOL. 

HERALD & SUN SPONSOR BREAKFAST 

GLAXO BRINGS GOVERNI€NT 'CLOSE LP' 

CITY, COUNTY PaiTICS PLANNED FOR CLOSE UP ^^ ^^ .„.^. 

CENTRAL CARaiNA BAhK: PROJECT SENDS TEACHERS REACHING FOR TfC 'STflR' 

catalog lii*:s firms, school fceis 
vo-unteers, executives boost education fwd 
high schoolers, cih hall 'bridge gap' 
investment opportunities outlined 

newspapers: 'a living text' „ 

cwmber of commerce supports business-editation partnerships 
art enlivens workplace ,^ 

JIMIOR achievement: project BUSINESS BRINGS ECONOMIC LIFE 

TEACHER express: DON'T LEAVE SCHOOL WITHOUT IT... 

TEACfCR EXPRESS PROaWM GETS Wim IWKS IN SUWEY 

Dl«HA« BUSII€SSES ARE URGED TO GIVE SIFPORT TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

SCHOOL-BUSIICSS RELATIONSHIP IN DURHAM CALLED 'SOJCTHING HOT' 

TIF TEACHERS TO BE PICKED IN CCB FETE 

CITY, COUNTY HONOR TOP TEACHERS 

TOP TEACHERS GET GOLD STAR AWARDS 

CCB OFFERS SCHOOLS BANKING-SKILLS PROGRAM 

TJC GOLU STAR AWARDS PLACE PROPER EMPHASIS 

DURHAM SCHOOLS WILL SPONSOR SPEAKERS BUREAU 



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H 2 11/14/1987 C 
H 2 11/21/1987 C 
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2 12/28/1987 C 



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3 N 



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H 

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1/05/1987 A 
1/06/1987 B 
1/16/1987 A 
1/29/1987 B 
5/01/1987 A 
5/06/1987 A 
5/07/1987 A 
5/08/1987 B 



N W82 
N 

N W82 
N L41 
N L41 
E 
E 
N S51 



S 2 12/28/1987 A 1 N U82 



1/13/1987 B 
1/13/1987 C 
2/05/1987 
2/05/1987 
2/05/1987 
3/10/1987 
3/11/1987 
3/12/1987 B 
3/25/1987 C 
4/02/1987 C 
4/06/1987 A 
4/07/1987 B 
7/06/1987 A 
7/31/1987 
8/07/1987 
8/15/1987 
8/26/1987 
9/02/1987 . 
9/03/1987 B 
9/23/1987 E 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/23/1987 
9/24/1987 
9/25/1987 
10/08/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/09/1987 
10/10/1987 
10/26/1987 
11/09/1987 



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1 
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10 
1 
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4 
4 
4 
4 
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6 
7 
7 
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N J40 

N S92 

N L41 

N W82 

P K30 

N W82 

N S92 

N J40 

N S92 

N 

N S92 

N JW 

N 

L 

N S92 

N 

N S92 

N S92 

N 

F 

F 

F 

F 

F 

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F 

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N S92 

N J40 

N S92 

N J40 

N S92 

N 

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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



INSURANCE COMPANY ISSUES CHALLENGE FOR EttJCATION FUND 
Wftim FIRMS CITED FOR FINAfCIAL Sl^ORT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 
EDUCATION FUND GETS t40,000 

BUSIhESSES, Wm^, TAXES 

DURHAM PROPERTY TAX FAIRf£SS QUESTI0^O 

'W£ JOB WAS FI^E, BUT IT WAS NO PLACE TO MEET fCN' 

CO^POViTE TAX BOOST PASSES N.C. SENATE 

BUSI^£SSES, ElfflOYEE KJNED 

LOAN PROGRAM GETS $50,000 FROM NCNB 

BUSIfCSSES, E?ffT.OYEE TVEH 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, CRIf€S 
SEE ALSO CORRUPTION IN BUSItCSS 
SEE A.SD HONESn 

SEE ALSO N.C, STATE EffflOYEES, TVCFT 
SEE ALSO IWITE-COLLAR CRIMES 

EX-CASHIER ARRESTO 

BILL APPROVED TO HELP fCRCHANTS RECOUP TVER LOSSES 

'CRIMES AGAINST BUSUCSS' SEMINAR SCHEDULED 

JJKi CONVICTS DURHAM MAN OF RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERH 

BUSIICS^S, FAMILY-OlflCD 

SEE FAMILYH3WO BUSIICS^S 

BUSI^£SSES, INTERNATIONAL 
SEE ALSO FOREIGN TRADE 

IRELAND SEEKING CORPORATE INVESTCS^ 

ITALIAN E^SINESSICN WANT TO DLPLICATE TRIANGLE'S SUCCESSES 

BUSINESSES, N.C. 

SEE (!1S0 CAPITAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OKF'. 

SEE ALSO FOREIGN If^STORS „ 

SEE ALSO (fflVERNOR'S BUSINESS COUNCIL ON THE («TS AND rt*lANITIES 

SEE ALSO HOME-BASED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO INDUSTRIAL DEVaOP^ENT, N.C. 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE ALSO ITIh£RANT ICRCHANTS 

SEE ALSO MADE IN USA 

SEE ALSO MASTER-LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

SEE ALSO mi TRIANGLE COt^ANIES (COLL?W) 

SEE ALSO N.C STATE GOALS AND POLICY BOARD 

SEE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATE CCKIPERATIVE VENTURES 

SEE ALSO QUALin CIRCLES 

SEE ALSO SHAREHOLDER PfOTECTION ACT 

SEE ALSO TAKEOVER DISaOSlM ACT 

FUTURE LOOKS GOOD FOR N.C. PRODUCTS ABROAD 

N.C. COUNTIES STILL IN RUf*IING FOR TURKEY PLANT 

HIGH POINT BUS COWANY ROIING ALONG 

NEW DESSERT LETS DIABETICS FUDGE ON DIET 

BUSIhCSS HIGH.IGHTS 

UILD WJRSES MAY BECOME N.C. BUSINESS 

GOVERNOR SAYS RJR NABISCO MOVE UOULD INVOLVE UP TO 300 PEOPLE 

RJR MOVE UOULD BE PAINFUL 

NO STATE LAU EXPECTED ON MATERNITY LEAVE 

LIGGEn & MYERS GETS NEW JOB OF HANDLING BOOKS 

RJR NABISCO MOVING MAIN OFFICE TO GA. 

UINSTON-SALEM FOU<S: WE'LL SURVIVE 

HEALTH INS15<ANCE POOL STUDIED FOR SMALL BUSINESSES IN N.C. 

HAMPTON INN OPENS IN CHAPa HILL 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

N.C. FIRM INVESTS IN Ara<. STEEL PUWT 

ACS BEGAN WHEN EXISTING SOFTWARE DIDN'T K) THE JOB 

APPOINTMENTS UPSET BUSINESS LOBBYISTS 

WHITE MEN STILL KISS IN N.C INDUSTRIES 

SOME BLAt€ MARTIN AS STATE SLIPS IN INDUSTRK^ RECRUITING 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

N.C FIRST IN PLANT-LOCATION PARADE 

BUSIhESS HIGH.IGHTS 



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2 11/12/1987 A 18 N J40 
2 11/19/1987 C 10 N J40 
2 U/19/1987 C 12 P N L38 



2 2/20/1987 A 4 L 
2 4/19/1987 C 14 U 
2 7/11/1987 A 1 N L40 



H 2 12/23/1987 C 5 N 



H 2 1/01/1987 A 

H 2 6/26/1987 A 

H 1 10/10/1987 C 

H 2 11/20/1987 B 



4/06/1987 C 
6/28/1987 C 



12 N 080 

19 N 

1 N 

5 N 080 



3 N 
12 M N L41 



s 


2 


1/02/1987 A 


7 


N 


s 


2 


1/02/1987 A 


12 


N 


s 


2 


1/02/1987 B 


4 


N 


H 


1 


1/08/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


1/09/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


1/13/1987 B 


16 


N 


H 


2 


1/14/1987 B 


5 P N 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 A 


15 


N 


H 


2 


1/15/1987 D 


7 P U L41 


H 


2 


1/16/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


1/16/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


O 


1/22/1987 A 


14 


N 


s 


o 


2/02/1987 C 


4 


N 


H 


2 


2/05/1987 D 


5 


N 


S 


2 


2/05/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


2/08/1987 C 


13 P N 


S 


2 


2/19/1987 B 


6 


J R53 


H 


2 


3/05/1987 A 


18 


N 


H 


2 


3/09/1987 B 


2 


N 


H 


2 


3/25/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


4/01/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


15 


N 



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HONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



S U B J 



IMPORTS BRING GLOOMY REFLECTIONS FOR MIRROR MAKERS 

S(m OWANIES, OTHERS MAKE FORBES 500 

fMRTIN, JONm DIFFER ON APPROACH TO KJSINESS ^,^„^^ 

SENATE GIVES TENTATIVE NOD TO BILL ON CORPORATE TAKEOVERS 

TURFGRASS INDUSTRY IS SHOWING IN NORTH CAROLI^W 

BILLS WOULD EXTEND TAKEOVER PROTECTION 

IVEY'S MAY BE POISED FOR SOUTJCAST EXPANSION 

BUSIfCSS HIGHLIGHTS 

N.C. BRIEFING 

BUSIfESS HIOfl-IGHTS 

AS^£VILLE GETS aORIST SU^Y FIRM 

BUSIhESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSIhESS HIGHLIGHTS 

2 HOECHST CELANESE PLANTS FOR SALE 

COMPlWY (CADS COWAND BIG SALARIES 

martin: N.C. TO GET 54,800 m> JOBS 

COSTS OF U.S. BUSINESS TOO MICH, GRACE WARNS 

CHARLOTTE, GREENSBORO COW>ANIES TOP N.C. 100 

BUSIICSS PARK DEDICATED 

BIMEY'S EXPANSION HaPED BY LO(W TTWT LOWERS INTEREST, LENGT>€NS TERM 

HERE'S AN EXAffflE OF HOW DEVaOPtCNT LOAN WORKS 

STEELCASE BUYS HIGH POINT FIRM 

NORTH ««OLINA SITS MORE FIRftY m STATE BAfKS 

GATEWAY OPENS DOOR TO FOREIGN ItWESTORS 

N.C. STILL TOPS FOR NEW PLANT LOCATIONS , ^ 

m<m CAROLINA AGAIN LEADS SURVEY AS BEST LOCATION FOR (€W INDUSTRY 

HIGH INSURANCE COSTS GROUND SOME BUSINESSES 

STATE CRACKS DOWN ON DISTRESS SALE ABUSES 

4 ElffLOYEES BUY OUT SUN CO. TRUCKING 

CAMPBELL CO. SELLS PLASTICS, METALS CORP. 

FEDERW-'S PROFITS UP 

REPUBLICANS, I£MOCRATS SCRAMBLE TO GET CREDIT FOR RJR-NABISCO MOVE 

NEW SERVICE WILL DELIVER BOOKS BY WIRE TO THKE AREAS IN N.C. 

N.C. TRACTOR COMPANY USES JAPANESE METHODS 

RECRUITMENT OF INDUSTRY GELS IN N.C. 

N.C. TRIES TO LURE SARA LEE 

WAKE COUNTY JJDGE ISSUES AN INJIWCTION AGAINST N.Y. FIRM 

CCB TRIANGLE BUSIfCSS INDEX UP .4X 

BUSIICSS HIKfl-IGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

SECOND QUARTER RURAL GROJTH STRONG 

SMALL BUSIhESS GIVES ASSEMBLY A 'C 

RETAIL ffiRCHANTS SWAY LEGISLATURE 

VENTU^ CAPITAL tCLD LACKING IN N.C. 

BUSI^£SS HIGHLIGHTS ^ _„, _„ 

LIGHTING OF OFFICE BUILDINGS CAUSES GLARING PROBLEMS 

N.C. BUSINESS ACTIVITY UP .7X IN JJLY 

WAL-fVtRT TO OPEN STORE IN ROXBORO 

ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPO, SEMINARS PLAI*0 SATURDAY 

SPECIAL WEEK WILL FCCUS ON MINORITY BUSINESS PEOPLE 

N.C. COMPANY WILL MANUFACTURE SOVIET FASHIONS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS , ,^ „,„ 

LANDRIEU: STATES SHOJLD PRESERVE CONTROL IN TAKEOVER TRIES 

CATFISH PRCCESSING FtANT OPENS IN N.C. __ 

RUTHERFfflyjTON GETS READY FOR SOVIET GARMENT BUYERS 

GROUP SEEKS MINORITY BUSIhCSSES 

CHAPEL hill: LIVIf«3 IN BLUE HEAVEN COSTS A LOT OF GREEN 

PW^CHJTE COWANY ON HOLD __„ „„„„-„ 

science: flight to FOOD; science and TECtflWLOGY CENTER MATCHES... 

SOME BUSINESSES ^EED CONVINCING THEY ICO TO BUY NEW INFORMATION 

•COfS^ITIVE EKE' CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK 

WILKES COUNTY COMPANY HOPES TO SPREAD TASTE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COMPANIES BUYING BACK OWN STOCK 

B0ATMAKIN6 PLANT TO ADD 100 JOBS 

WATER RULES WOULD AFFECT SILER BUSINESS 

DISCOIM STORES MAY BE CUTTING THEIR OWN PRCFITS 

CRASH BACKLASH HITS CAROLINASi COMPANIES FREEZE MONEY-RAISING PLANS 

TOBACCO COMPANIES TURN NEW LEAVES 

INVESTMENT FLIWS TO EASTERN N.C. 



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H 


2 


4/20/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 


4/20/1987 B 


8 N 


S 


2 


4/21/1987 A 


5 J R53 


H 


2 


4/22/1987 C 


1 N L40 


S 


2 


4/24/1987 C 


9 N 


H 


2 


4/28/1987 B 


16 N L40 


S 


2 


5/05/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


5/07/1987 D 


9 N 


H 


2 


5/13/1987 A 


8 N 


S 


2 


5/16/1987 A 


U N 


H 


2 


5/20/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 


5/27/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


5/31/1987 C 


14 N 


H 


2 


6/02/1987 A 


9 N 


S 


2 


6/04/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 A 


9 N L41 


H 


2 


6/10/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


6/11/1987 D 


5 N 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 C 


9 N L41 


H 


n 


6/14/1987 C 


9 N 


H 


2 


6/14/1987 C 


10 N 


H 


2 


6/18/1987 D 


8 P U L41 


H 


2 


6/18/1987 D 


8 N 


S 


2 


6/18/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 


6/19/1987 C 


7 N 


S 


2 


6/22/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


6/28/1987 C 


12 P N 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 C 


10 N 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 A 


9 N 


H 


2 


7/12/1987 C 


11 N 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 


7/21/1987 B 


11 N 


S 


2 


7/27/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


7/30/1987 D 


5 N 


S 


2 


8/04/1987 A 


6 N 


H 


2 


8/16/1987 C 


10 P U L41 


H 


2 


8/16/1987 C 


13 C N 


H 


2 


8/20/1987 A 


18 N 


H 


2 


8/22/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


1 


8/22/1987 C 


1 P N H60 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 D 


13 N 


S 


2 


8/24/1987 A 


5 J R53 


H 


1 


8/26/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 


8/29/1987 A 


13 N 


H 


2 


9/03/1987 A 


19 N 


H 


2 


9/06/1987 C 


15 C N 


H 


1 


9/15/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


9/17/1987 C 


1 P U L41 


H 


2 


9/20/1987 D 


10 P U L41 


H 


2 


9/22/1987 C 


14 N 


H 


2 


9/24/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


9/25/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 


9/26/1987 B 


3 N 


S 


2 


9/30/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 10/05/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 


10/08/1987 C 


22 N 


H 


2 


10/08/1987 D 


5 P U L41 


S 


2 


10/15/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 10/16/1987 C 


4 N M97 


H 


2 10/16/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


2 10/16/1987 C 


4 N 


H 


1 


10/20/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


2 10/22/1987 D 


9 N 


S 


2 


10/22/1987 C 


9 N 


S 


2 


10/30/198/ B 


7 N 


H 


2 


11/02/1987 A 


10 N 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


2 11/03/1987 C 


3 N 


S 


2 11/07/1987 A 


3 N 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX 
12/31/1987 



BY S U B J E 



HESRAY TOASTER FACTC3?Y POPS UP 'FK^ SALE' SIGN 

Sm± FIRMS ARE CITED FOR EXCELLENCE 

PS€FITS Gf£AT AT ASfCVILLE r£SIGN SHOP 

SNOU CAJf CANDY «AMJ='ACTUSER JUST LOVES TO SAMPLE HIS PraUUCTS 

N.C. UChW TOUTING 'RESPECTAH^' CONKB« 

GRADUATE PAY SUR^€Y 

N.C. ECmXY TO riA*.£ ANOTVER GOOD YEAR IN 1988 

BUSIfCSS KmiHG AT RELIGIOLSS STORES 

N.C. RETAILERS SAY SALES STEADY, NOT SENSATIONAL 

BltSI«SS£S, N.C, AIR FOLUTION 
SEE ALSO AIR POaUTION 
EPA USIM3 N.C. PROGRAM AS HODEL 

BUSIfCSSES, N.C, (WTS SUPPORT 
SEE ALSO ARTS, N.C. 

SEE ALSO BUSIfESSES, ORW^I, ARTS SUPPtm 

SEE ALSO GOVSWCR'S BUSIffSS COWCIL ON THE ARTS AND ti^^ITIES 
OXFORD MAN H0N(3<£D FOR T>£ATEK WORK 

BUSINESSES, N.C, CHILD CAP£ 
SEE ALSO CHILH CARE CENTERS 
CLEVER P(«ENTS R1^ DAY CARE CO-OP AT T>CIR MORK PLi«:E 
PC^CL EXi!i^If€S SOLUTIONS TO WORKERS' CHILD CARE «EBS 

HJSI^«SSES, N.C, CLOSINGS 

SEE ALSO BANKS. N.C, FAILLES 

SEE ALSO EUSIfCSSES, I4JRHAM, CLtKINGS 

SEE ALSO K]INGH3UT-0F-BUSIf€SS SALES 

STATE ALLOCATES 450,000 FOR IDLE IBRKERS ,^ ^„ 

BUSIfCSS closings; 7 BLUE BELL SEWING PLANTS IN N.C. MILL BE FHA^D OJT 

BUSIfCSS CLOSIf«S: HOSIERY MILL IN ^£NDERSON CEASING OPERATIONS JAN. 30 

ROXBORO COMPANY (WING TO GA. 

BAD f£US HARD FOR COIPANIES TO HANDLE UELL 

MAX FACTOR LEAVING OXFOU): 842 E?«^OYEES AT PUW TO LOSE XBS BY JJLY 

i*AX FACTK^'S DECISION TO CLOSE RXKS OWWILLE CO., ECONOMY 

CL0SIM3 HITS OXFORD 

OXFORD GROFS PLAN AID FOR MAX FACTOR tCRKERS 

PIZZA TRANSIT AUTW)RITY OUT OF HJSI^CSS 

OXFORD MINISTERIAL ASSKIATIO^ FLANS SESSIttNS TO ASSIST LAID IFF UCfKERS H 

MARTIN m^S PITCH FCR HIS ECtWOlIC BLLEPRIKT 

GCVE»#€KT NOT JJST A BUSIfCSS 

RL?<AL NORTH CARaiNA SHaU) Om«£. S3ALS 

SCinifRN LIFE HEiiUQiJARTERS TO CLOSE 

«:jSPAPER IS BIASED 

f€l«PAfER NOT BIASED 

CK*?W IS CLOSING 25-YEAR-OLD Ci«Y PLANT 

a>WITTEE APF-ROVES 'iXMPARATIVE FALLT 

MAX Fi«TOR (y#*JUCE5 Sa€ia£ FOR LAYOFFS 

MARTIN Zf^ SAYS CRITICS 'MUDDYING WATERS' ON ECONOMY 

MARTIN, EUDY 3>Afi ON ECONOMY 

COXINS i AIKTW* YARW FIANT CLOSING CALLED 'A SHOOC' 

BIRLINGTON PLANT CLOSING TO COST 200 PEOPLE JOBS 

leroCRAT CRITICIZES MARTIN ON ECONOMY 

Ca#^ER l«RKERS OUT OF JOES, iDUT OF BEfEFITS , 

REPUBLICANS, DEMOCRATS SCFAMBLE TO KT CREDIT FOR RJHWBISCO MO<.t 

SEI1€NS FtWSIMj OUT PRODUCTICN IN SAM^ORD 

16 LOiC'S STORES TO BE CLOSED 

BUSIfCSSES, N.C, CRI«S 

SEE ALSO BUSIf€SSES, DW<HAM. CRIt€S 

SEE ALS) BUSINESSES, EfPuOYEE IVEH 

SEE fLSQ CRIt€ VICTIMS 

SEE ALSO CRIf€S, N.C. (SEE (LSO NA«S CF SPECIFIC CRIMES) 

SEE ALSO WHITE-COLLAR CRIfCS 

•CRIiCS AGAINST EtJSINESS' SEMINAR SCHEDULED 

l*ITE-CaiAR CRI!€ ON RISE; U.S. NOT PREP««ED FOR THREAT... 

BUSINESSES. N.C, DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 



c 


T S 




PA<£ 246 
1/21/88 


N 
P 


S IT 
E ELY 
D —DATE — C -re L P BYL 


H 

S 

s 

H 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 


2 11/10/1987 D 

2 11/11/1987 A 
2 11/12/1987 A 

1 U/17/1987 B 

2 12/02/1987 C 
2 12/03/1987 C 
2 12/03/1987 C 
2 12/21/1987 A 
2 12/26/1987 C 


5 
7 

16 
1 
3 
5 

11 
9 
1 


N 

N L90 
N 
P N 
N 

U L41 
N 
N 
N 


H 


2 9/15/1987 B 


6 


N 



H 1 12/24/1987 B 1 N 



2 1/26/1987 A 6 P F Zll 

3 10/01/1987 B 1 N L90 



H 


1 


1/13/1987 B 


10 


N MIO 


H 


1 


1/14/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/14/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


1/28/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 


1/29/1987 A 


13 


N 


H 


2 


2/04/1987 A 


1 


N X57 


S 


2 


2/04/1987 A 


1 


N !»82 


s 


2 


2/04/1987 A 


1 


N S33 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 B 


4 


N 380 


H 


2 


2/07/1987 B 


5 


N 


H 


1 


2/07/1987 C 


1 


N J20 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


15 P N 


S 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


3 


J R53 


H 


2 


2/16/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 B 


7 


N 


H 


2 


2/20/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


2/24/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


3/10/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 A 


16 


N 


H 


1 


3/18/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/24/1987 B 


9 


J 


S 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


3 


J R53 


H 


2 


4/26/1987 C 


1 


N 


H 


1 


5/14/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


2 


6/18/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


^ 


7/15/1987 A 


11 


N 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


2 


11/13/1987 B 


14 


N 


H 


2 


12/19/1987 A 


13 


N 



1 10/10/1987 C 

2 10/29/1987 A 



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MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



LEGISLATIVE PANEL TACKLING ISSl£ OF PUHING CURB ON DRUG TESTING 

BUSIhESSES, N.C., EDUCATIONAL RAIDING 

SEE ALSO BUSINESS-INDUSTRY ADVISORY COUNCIL 
ENDOWCNT FUND TO HELP GRANVILLE SCHOOLS 

BUSIfESSES, N.C., EMFIOYEES „ ^ 

BAD ICATICR COST HAJOR ARtA EMflOYERS 1 3/4 DAYS OF WORK 
WORKERS' CQWENSATIQN BIU ADVANCES IN HOUSE 
CfWRLOTTE STEEL COMPANY PAYS THE MOST BUT CHARGES THE LEAST 
LEGISLATIVE PA^£L TACKLING ISSUE OF PUHING CURB ON DRUG TESTING 

BUSINESSES, N.C., FAILURES „ 

BUSINESS FAILURES IN STATE ARE HALF T}€ NATIONAL RATE 

BUSINESSES, N.C., FOREIGN INVESTMENT 

SEE M.SO FOREIGN INVESTORS 

TAR HEEL BUSINESSES GIVEN TIPS ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE 
N.C. HAS A YEN F(F ASIAN INVESTOR 
MARTIN IRGES MORt TRADE UITH S. KOREA _ 
GEniNC ahead: MIFFINS UILL BE HOT IN FUTURE, THEY SAY 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HAZARDOUS UASTE 
SEE ALSO C^EMIC/«. UASTE DISPOSAL 
SEE ALSO HAZARDOUS UASTE TREATtCNT, N.C. 
SEE ALSO INCINERATORS 
SEE ALSO N.C. E^ERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM 
SEE ALSO NUCLfAR WASTES DISPOSAL AND STORAGE 
SEE ALSO RIGHT-TO-KNOU 

MANY UASTE COfff^ANIES MISS DEADLINE 

MOST ARE TARDY UITH FORMS ON RISKY OtMICALS 

PARACWJTE COWANY ON HOLD 



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N E 

P D — DATE— 


S 
E 
C 


I T 

L Y 

-PG L P BYL 


H 2 12/14/1987 C 


1 N 



H 1 3/17/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 2/26/1987 B 1 N L41 

H 2 7/03/1987 A 19 N 

H 2 10/25/1987 C 1 N M97 

H 2 12/14/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 3/26/1987 D 5 U L41 



> 



BUSIMCSSES, N.C, fCALTH AND SAFETY VIOLATIONS 

SEE ALSO OCCIFATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO ON-THE-JOB SffUy 
GAS COWANY FIt€D FOR ^£ALTH VIOLATIONS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, HEALTH INSURANCE 

SEE ALSO JCALTH INSURANCE „^„ ,^ ^, „ 

HEALTH INSURANCE POOL STUDIED FOR SMAa BUSINESSES IN N.C. 

study: many loimncome youths uninsured IN N.C. 

BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO BUSIhESSES, DURWW, LAYOFFS 
SEE ALSO BUSI^ESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

STATE ALLOCATES $50,000 F(» IDLE IflMERS 

BAD NEUS HARD FOR COMPANIES TO HANDLE ICLL, „ , „ „ , „^ „„, „„ „u v 

MAX FACTOR LEAVING OXFORD: 842 EMPLOYEES AT PLANT TO LOSE JOBS BY JULY 

MAX FACTOR'S DECISION TO aOSE ROCKS GRANVILLE CO., ECOI«MY 

CLOSING HITS OXFORD 

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 

OXFORD aWMJPS PLAN AID FOR MAX FACTO? UORKERS _ __^ , _^ „^^ ,™v,™, 

OXFORD MINISTERIW. ASSKIATION PUlNS SESSIONS TO ASSIST LAID OFF UORKERS 

RJR NABISCO BEGINS SECOND LAYOFF P^SE 

COMMIHEE APPROVES COMPARATIVE FAULT 

MAX FACTOR ANNOUNCES SCHEOJLE FOR LAYOFFS _^,_ 

MANY PEOPLE LOSING MAX FACTOR JOBS WANT TO REMAIN IN GRANVILLE COU-ITY 

REYNOLDS TOBACCO OFFERING 2,800 EARLY RETIREMENT DEAL 

CmtER UORKERS OUT OF JOBS, OUT OF BEhEFITS 

STREAMLINED BURLINGTON MEANS ELIMINATION OF 500 JOBS 

TRIAD MAY ABSIKB BURLINGTON LAYCFFS 

BURLINGTON'S LAY(FFS BEING SOJGHT BY MANY COMPANIES 

BIM.IN6T0N INaJSTRIES CUTTING M(KE JOBS 

BURLINGTON JOBS IN N.Y. ON Tl€ LINE 

BURLINGTON TRIES TO EASE JDi WJNT FOR THE LAID-OFF 

MORE BIM.INGTON LAYOFFS ARE PRICE Cf THWARTED BUYOUT 

ALMAY CONTINUES SHIFTING WRK TO OXFORD PLANT 

BIW.IN6T0N ANNOUNCES MORE LAYOFFS 

ROXBORO PLANT TO LAY OFF 150 TO 200 UORKERS 



2 9/22/1987 C 7 N M97 

2 10/06/1987 C 3 N 

2 10/12/1987 A 1 N 

2 11/22/1987 D 11 P U L41 



2 7/08/1987 A 8 N 
2 7/09/1987 D 6 P U L41 
2 10/15/1987 A 14 N 



H 1 11/04/1987 C 8 N 



H 


2 


1/22/1987 A 


14 


N 


S 


2 


10/17/1987 A 


1 


Q B85 


H 


1 


1/13/1987 B 




N MIO 


S 


2 


1/29/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


2/04/1987 A 




N X57 


S 


2 


2/04/1987 A 




N U82 


S 


2 


2/04/1987 A 




N S33 


H 


2 


2/05/1987 D 




N 


H 


2 


2/06/1987 B 




N S80 


H 


1 


2/07/1987 C 




N J20 


H 


2 


3/07/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


3/13/1987 A 




N 


H 


1 


3/18/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 


4/01/1987 B 




N S80 


H 


2 


6/04/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


7/15/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


7/21/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


7/22/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


7/23/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 


7/26/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


7/27/1987 A 




N 


S 


2 


7/27/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 B 




N 


H 


1 


7/28/1987 B 




N H60 


H 


2 


8/11/1987 A 




N 


H 


1 


9/17/1987 B 




N SSO 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



CPU. PimS TO CUT 2X OF WORK FORCE 

GLEN RAVEN MILLS TRANSFERRING WORK 

M^TIN- JORDAN WAR OF WCRCS BEGINS OVER N.C. ECONOMY 

FILM GROP, CREDITORS CONTINUE TALKS 

TEXTILE OUTLOOK CfiiAID FLAT, BUT LAYOFFS NOT SEEN 

BUSINESSES, N.C, LICENSES 
SEE ALSO LICENSING BOARK 
HOUSE VOTES TO PUT Ctf' ON PRISON POPULATION 

BUSINESSES, N.C, OPENINGS 
SUPERMARKET OPENS 
STATE GETS 3,500 JOBS IN 1 WEEK 
CATFISH PROCESSING PLANT OPENS IN N,C 
MANUFACTURING PLANT TO OFBl IN LILLINGTON 
TWO l€ST GERMAN COMPANIES UIU OPEN N.C PLANTS 
YANCEYVIUE STUDIO TO BE ARTISTS' HAVEN 
ALCATEL OFFICIALS CHOOSE HICKORY FOR ^£ADQUARTERS 
MICHIGAN TRUCK PARTS FIRM TO PUT PLANT IN MORGANTON 
ITALIAN FIRM CHOOSES WILMINGTON 
HYUNDAI FURNITURE PLANS MOVE TO HIOH POINT 

BUSINESSES, N.C, PHILANTHROPY 

$10,000 OVER MEXT FIVE YEARS PLEDGED TO PERSON HOSPITAL 

LADY SINGS TW BLUES, BUT FORTUNE SMILES 

HARDEE'S RESTAURANTS MAKES $300,000 DONATION TO ZOO 

aON COLLEGE RECEIVES $25,000 GIR FROM NCNB 

FONViaE MORISEY OFFICES COLLECTING DONATIONS TO CHARITIES 

ORGANIZATI»IS ACROSS N.C WORK TO MAM SURE CIHRISTMAS MEALS ARE... 

A FRW«LIN COIMY CWISTMAS TRADITION TO BE DISHED UP FRIDAY... 

BUSIf«SSES, N.C, PROFITS 

SEE ALSO BANKS, N.C, SALES AND EARNINGS 
SEE ALSO EARNINGS DIGEST (COLUWI) 
SEE ALSO TEXTILE INDUSTRY, PROFITS 

AWWAL REPORTS SCtCTIMES FAIL TO TELL COfPANY'S STORY 

EARNINGS DIGEST 

DISCOUNT STORES MAY BE CUniNG T>CIR OWN PROFITS 

BUSINESSES, N.C, RANKINGS 
SEE ALSO N.C, RANKING 
COSTS OF U.S. BUSINESS TOO MUCH, GRACE UARNS 
CHARLOTTE, GREDJSBCRO COMPANIES TOP N.C 100 
GRADUATE PAY SURVEY 

'BUSINESSES, N.C, REGULATIONS 
SEE ALSO REGLLATORY AGENCIES 
LEGISLATION TO REGULATE RE>fr-TO-OWN FIRMS PUSHED 

BUSINESSES, N.C, STOCK OWCRSHIP 
COMPANIES BUYING BACK OUN STOCK 
BANK PICKETED 

WALL STREET SURPRISE? BRQKERA(^ RESEARCHERS TT<Y EXPUINING LOSSES... 
CRASH BACKLASH HITS CAROLINAS; COMPANIES FREEZE MONEY-RAISING PLANS 

BUSIhESSES, N.C, TAXES 

SEE ALSO INSURANCE PREMIlfll TAXES 
SEE ALSO UTILITY TAXES 

PERSON COUNTY GRAPPLING WITH UTILITY TAX CUT 

QUALin CORPORATIONS DON'T U(WT HANDOUTS 

COMMITTEE SUPPORTS TAX CREDITS FOR NEU JOBS IN S0!€ COUNTIES 

TAX BREAKS FOR JOBS ENDORSED BY SENATE 

SENATE OKS BILL AIMED AT INCOftf'ETENT DOCTORS 

SENATE OKS TAX CREDITS FOR JOBS IN SOI€ COUNTIES 

COMMITTEE BACKS TAX CREDITS FOR JOBS 

N.C SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION FLAN VOTE SET 

DESPITE GOP OPPOSITION SCHOOL BIU PASSES TEST 

MEASIRE WILL HELP DISTRESSED COUNTIES ATTRACT BUSINESSES 

LEGISLATORS FINALLY AGREE ON SCHOOL PLAN 

A SALES TAX ON AU ADS, OR NO TAX ON ADS AT ALL? 



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N 
P 


S I T 
E ELY 
D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


2 9/24/1987 B 

1 10/30/1987 C 

2 11/09/1987 A 

1 12/16/1987 C 

2 12/26/1987 C 


7 N 

1 N 
17 P N 

2 N 
1 N 


H 


2 2/27/1987 A 


10 


N 


H 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 7/24/1987 A 
2 7/31/1987 A 
2 9/30/1987 A 
2 11/13/1987 B 
2 11/14/1987 B 
2 11/24/1987 A 
2 12/05/1987 D 
2 12/13/1987 D 
2 12/15/1987 A 
2 12/29/1987 A 


17 
11 

15 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 


1 3/19/1987 B 

2 7/03/1987 B 
2 9/18/1987 A 

1 10/16/1987 C 

2 11/26/1987 B 
2 12/23/1987 B 
1 12/24/1987 B 


1 N H60 
1 P N J40 
12 N 

1 N 
4 N 

2 N 

1 N H60 



« 



2 4/22/1987 C 
2 10/17/1987 A 
2 11/02/1987 A 



H 2 6/10/1987 A 
H 2 6/10/1987 A 
H 2 12/03/1987 C 



14 
10 



N L41 
N 
U L41 



S 2 5/28/1987 A 5 J R53 



H 2 10/22/1987 D 9 N 

H 3 10/27/1987 C 1 P P L38 

H 2 10/29/1987 C 1 U L41 

H 2 11/03/1987 C 3 N 



H 


1 


4/07/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


S 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


4/30/1987 C 


8 


N 


H 


2 


5/02/1987 A 


9 


N 


H 


2 


5/06/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/07/1987 A 


17 


N 


H 


2 


7/01/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


7/03/1987 A 


1 


N L40 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 C 


1 


P N L40 


H 


2 


7/04/1987 C 


6 


N 


S 


T 


7/06/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 A 


5 


J f52 



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ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



I 



SCHOOL BILL SWAPS TAX HIKE FOR E^ffi OF INVENTORY TAX 

HOUSE APPROVES SCHOffl. PACKAGE „™„™.„ 

(WVRETIC FIRES U*«NINe SHOT ON PROPOSAL TO TAX SERVICES 

'(»EAT COMPROMISE' SCHOOL BILL MARCHES TO SENATE 

SCHOOL CONSTRIXTION PLAN tCEBS SOME FINE-TUNING 

URBAN PENALTIES REMOVED FR OM SC HOOL RMiIf* BILL 

BUSINESSES FOOT BILL FOR BETTER SOOCLS 

SCHOOL FINANCING BILL NEAR FINAL OK 

MARTIN OUTMANEUVERED ON SCHOO. CONSTRUCTION 

SCHOO. C0NSTRU;TI0N package CLEARS FINAL ASSEMBLY HURDLE 

SOCO. CONSTRITTION BILL PRAISO AS IT BECOtCS LAW 

JORCAN LAUDS SCHOOL FUNDING BILL 

SMALL BUSINESS GIVES ASSEMBLY A 'C» 

SCHOO. FUNDING BILL SHa<T OF EXPECTATIONS 

N.C. ICRCHANTS CAMPAIGN TO ALTER SALES TAX FEE LAW 

SMAa MERCftflNTS WANT 2% COLLECTION FEE BACK 

FIRMS QUALIFY FOR TAX CREDITS 

STATE BUSIfESSES FACE TAX HIKE IN ^EW YEAR _ _^^^^ 

INVENTORY TAX END, OT^ER STATE LAUS ItHE EFFECT FRIDAY 

BUSMSSES, ORANGE COIWTY 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C, BUSINESSES 
SEE ALSO HILLSB0R0U3H, N.C, BUSI^ESSES 
GUILFORD RELEASES $13,500 IN EMERGENCY AID 

BUSINESSES, SMAU 

SEE ALSO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 

SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, IllRHAM 

SEE ALSO DURHAM COUNTY PROPERTY OWNERS AND SMALL BUSINESSMEN „,,^„^ 

SEE ALSO DUWAM TECHNICAL COMMIWITY COLLEGE, SMALL BUSINESS INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO FAMILY-OUNED BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO MINORITY BUSIhESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENICNT BUSI^ESSES 

SEE ALSO N.C. SMALL BUSI^€SS DEVELOPMENT COIWCIL 

SEE ALSO PIEDMONT TECt*(ICAL COLLEGE SMALL BUSINESS CENTER 
SEE ALSO SMAU BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
SEE ALSO SMALL BUSIf£SS CENTERS 
SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS COUNCIL 
SEE ALSO SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR 

SEE ALSO SftALL BUSIICSS liEEK 

SEE ALSO U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESEJfTATIVES, CWWITTEE ON SMALL BUSIiCSSES 

FUTU« LOCKS GOOD FOR N.C. PRODUCTS ABROAD 

COIKSES ON SMALL BUSINESS OFFERED _^_^„ ,^. ^, „ 

HEALTH INSURANCE POOL STUDIED FOR SMALL BUSItCSSES IN N.C 

PROGRAM MAY SPUR LO/WS FOR SMALL BUSIhCSSES 

STUDY SAYS RURAL N.C. MSJ DEVELOP SMAa BUSIICSSES 

NEUSPAPER IS BIASED 

PROGRAMS WILL f€LP SMALL BUSINESSES: STATE GOVERNfOT TO ASSIST ... 

COMMERCE CHIEF VOUS SUPPORT FOR SMAU FIRMS 

SMAU BUSINESS TAX UORKSHOP SET IN CHAPEL HIU 

PANa ENDORSES CttWGES IN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE 

LEAF WAREHOUSES MAY 'INCUBATE' FLEDGLING FIRMS 

STARTING Om BUSIfCSS IS TIME-CONSUMING 

SMALL-BUSIf€SS Ol*IERS OPPOSE HlfflER MINimJM UAGE 

PROGRAMS TO AID SMALL-BUSINESS OWNERS 

PUBLIC >£AJ?ING SCHEDULED ON 'HOME OCCUPATIONS' LAW 

ROBERT L. CHAPMAN IS NAMO SMAU BUSINESSMAN OF YEAR ...^„„„., 

TIRING OF HANGING ARCaJND THE LOBBY? SHOW PRODUCTS AT DURHAM EXPOSITION 

COUNTY OKS CHANGO HOME- JOBS LAW 

OLD WAREWUSE MAY BE INCUBATOR FOR BUSINESSES _„ 

CARRBORO ESTABLISHES LOAN FUND TO HELP START SMALL BUSIfCSSES 

ADARON TO ABANDON BRa<ERAK 

SCHOa GETS GRANT FOR SMAa-BUSINESS CENTER 

SMAU SHOPS GET ASSISTANCE 

FIRMS COME TO LIFE IN DURIWI INCUBATOR 

SECOND QUARTER RURAL GROWTH STRONG 

AN INCUBATOR FOR BUSINESS 

SMALL BUSIf€SS GIVES ASSEMBLY A 'C 

U.S. mUSE PANa hears 'CLOUT' ^EEDS OF SMALL BUSINESS 

AIRLINE TO SERVE f£W BERN, JACKSONVILLE 



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I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 


7/06/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


7/07/1987 B 


9 N L40 


S 


2 


7/07/1987 A 


12 J Kb3 


S 


2 


7/07/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 


7/08/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


14 N L40 


S 


2 


7/09/1987 A 


5 J R53 


H 


2 


7/15/1987 B 


3 P N 


S 


2 


7/15/1987 A 


10 J R53 


H 


2 


7/16/1987 D 


11 N 


H 


2 


7/17/1987 A 


12 N 


S 


2 


7/17/1987 A 


7 N 


H 


2 


8/23/1987 D 


13 N 


S 


2 


9/07/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/29/1987 B 


1 P N 046 


S 


2 11/30/1987 C 


6 N 


S 


2 12/16/1987 D 


7 N 


S 


2 12A30/1987 C 


6 N 


H 


2 12/31/1987 B 


4 N 



H 3 1/15/1987 B 1 N MIO 



S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 
S 
H 
H 
H 
H 
S 



1/02/1987 A 

1/13/1987 B 

1/22/1987 A 

1/29/1987 

2/08/1987 

2/20/1987 

2/27/1987 

2/27/1987 

3/01/1987 

3/28/1987 B 

4/14/1987 B 

4/23/1987 A 

5/03/1987 

5/06/1987 

5/08/1987 

5/10/1987 

5/10/1987 

5/12/1987 

7/12/1987 

8/01/1987 

8/03/1987 

8/12/1987 

8/18/1987 

8/19/1987 

8/22/1987 

8/23/1987 

8/23/1987 

9/12/1987 

9/12/1987 



7 

10 

14 

9 

12 

4 

5 

1 

13 
11 
1 
8 
13 
1 
1 
9 
9 
3 
1 
2 
7 
4 
1 
1 



N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
L 

N L41 
N W82 
N 
N 

N W82 
N 

U L41 
N W82 
N M06 
N 

U L41 
N M06 
N L41 
N 080 
N 

N J40 
N U82 
N W82 

1 P N H60 

4 E 
13 N 

1 N M97 

9 P N 



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ANNUAL INDEX B 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



S U B J E 



FEU SEEKING EXE>PTIONS TO HC«-JOBS UW 

SALES SEMINAR SETT IN LOIISEURG 

'CRI^S AGAINST BUSIfCSS' SErllNAR SOEDLLED 

S>WJ.-BLSIf€SS SEMINAR SCHEDLLO 

OWMBEF OF raWERCE flMG BUSINESS FAIR 

DURHiW CrtVflER OF COWERCE HOJilNG 4TH SMALL BUSIfESS FAIR 

COWCIL SHOON'T OK LOANS WITHOUT SECURITY 

FAIR-LY SUCCESSFUL 

TRIANGLE TAKES 40 F'ERCENT (T ENTREPRENEURIAL AWARDS 

SMALL FIRMS ARE CITED FOR EXCELLENCE 

TRIANGLE'S ENTREfl^EfCURS STILL HOFEFa 

FEKRAL OFFICIALS PLEASEB BY TURNOUT AT UORKSHOP FOR SMAl HJSIhCSSES 

N.C. (CRCHANTS CAif^AIGN TO ALTER SALES TAX FEE LAW 

nwr IWESTQR'S FAIL TO Rti^IZE ThCY HA*.€ LEGAL RIWTS 

PA. FIRM fttY UIN 'INCUBATO;;' CONTRACT 

BUSINESSES, U.S. 

SEE ALSO CAREER PLAf*iING 

SEE AL^ CHILDREN, BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO CONTRAaS 

SEE ALSO CORRtFTION IN BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO COHAK INDUSTRIES 

SEE ALSO DISCOJNT HOUSES 

SEE ALSO FRANCHISE BUSINESSES 

SEE ALSO FREE ENTEFfRISE 

SEE ALSl RIMS BDCFITS 

SEE ALSO INI^TRIAL RELOCATION 

SEE ALSO INTERNSHIPS 

SEE (^SO INVESTOR, U.S. 

SEE ALSO LEV'ERAGEIi BUYOUTS 

SEE ALSO MAIL-ORI£F BUSI>€SS 

SEE ALSO MASTER-LIMITED PART>€RSHIP 

SEE ALSO tCR-GERS Wffi TAKIOVERS 

SEE ALSO MINCR'ITY BUSIfCSS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO NATIOWL ALLIANCE OF BUSINESS 

SEE ALSO mi F-RODUCTS 

SEE PLSO "PAC-MAN DEFENSE" 

SEE ALSO "POISW PILL" PRWISIONS 

SEE ALSO POLITICO CAf AIGN CONTRIBUTIWS 

SE ALSO PUBLIC-PRIVATI Ca5PERATIVE VENTURES 

SEE ALSO SELF-GflOYf£NT 

see also trademarks 

see also wofcn, businesses 

n.c. first in pliw -location parade 

costs cf u.s. business too much, grace warns 

grace: lof'Sided picture 

network cffering confuterized n.c. contraa data 

HIM:R HAS BIG Ra£ IN BUSINESS 

IN^TITUTIOffi NftiST CHiWGE— AUTHOR 

WRITER SAVS RADIOS SOCIAL UPtCAVAL LOOMS 

HEADQUARTERS ^EAIlIlSG TO CHIES— AN^YST 

GETTING AHEAIi: MlfFINS WILL K HOT IN FUTURE, THEY SAY 

WINSTQN-S(:t£M CONPANY BANKING ON BUSINESS-CLASS AIRPLAfE SEATS 

BUSINESSES, U.S.. (V*flJAL REPORT 

AtMJAL REPORTS SONCTIMES FAIL TO TELL CONff'ANY'S STORY 

EASINESSES, U.S., CLOSING 

PIZZA TRANSIT AUTHORIH OUT Cf BUSINESS 
16 LOWE'S STORES TO BE CLOSED 

BUSINESSES, U.S., DRUG ABUSE 
SEE ALSO DRUG ABUSE 
TRIANGLE FIRM SETS r«UG-TESTINffi CONTRACT 

BUSINESSES, U.S., ENfLOYEE T>EFTS 
SEE BUSINESSES, EJfftOYEE TNEFT 

BUSINESSES, U.S., E)fflOYEES 

TIDBnS ON T>£ OfS. AND FEEDING OF OiOD ENPLOYEES 



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S 


I ■"" i 


N 


E E 


L Y 


P 


D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


S 


2 9/16/1987 C 


1 N M06 


H 


1 9/23/1987 C 


10 N 


H 


1 10/10/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


2 10/20/1987 C 


2 N 


S 


2 10/24/1987 A 


8 P N 


H 


2 10/25/1987 D 


16 N 


S 


2 10/31/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 11/06/1987 C 


3 P P S76 


H 


2 11/11/1987 C 


5 N L41 


S 


2 11/11/1987 A 


7 N L90 


S 


2 11/13/1987 A 


1 N U82 


H 


2 11/26/1987 B 


4 N R80 


H 


2 11/29/1987 B 


1 P N 046 


H 


2 11/29/1987 D 


11 P U L41 


S 


2 12/18/1987 A 


1 N tf70 



H 


2 4/01/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


2 6/10/1987 A 


9 N L41 


H • 


2 6/19/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 6/25/1987 D 


6 P U L41 


S 


2 8/12/1987 B 


1 P N S27 


H 


2 10/30/1987 C 


1 N M97 


S 


2 10/30/1987 C 


1 U U82 


H 


2 11/21/1987 C 


3 P N K65 


H 


2 11/22/1987 D 


11 P U L41 


H 


2 12/24/1987 B 


2 N 


S 


2 4/22/1987 C 


5 N 



H 2 2/07/1987 B 5 N 
H 2 12/19/1987 A 13 N 



S 2 10/14/1987 C 10 N 



H 2 3/08/1987 D 11 U L41 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



RESEAROCRS Um AT PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF l€RG£RS 
DRUG TESTS RAISE FEARS OF INVASION OF PRIVACY 
LAWSUITS FORCING BOSSES TO LOOSEN REINS ON WORKERS 
BUREAUCRATIC IDIOCY DOESN'T TAKE HOLIDAY 

BUSIICSSES, U.S., FOREIGN INVESTI€NT 
SEE ALSO SUJ.IVAN PRINCIPLES 
N.C. STATE TR'USTEES LI(«< DIVESTITURE TO SUJ-IVAN'S CALL 



BUSINESSES, U.S., hEALTH CARE 

MAKE INSJ^ANCE AFFORDABLE , H 

EXECUTIVES SHOJLD HEED STRESS SIGNS, SAYS LOJMAN S 

EXECUTIVES OFTEN FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF COMPANY'S mi HEALTH PROGRAMS H 

BUSIfCSSES, U.S., INCO^E TAXES 
SEE ALSO INCOJC TAXES 
WHERE'S THE WINDFALL? 



BUSINESSES, U.S., LAWSUITS 
SEE ALSO LAWSUITS, U.S. 
DRUG TESTS RAISE FEARS OF INVASION OF PRIVACY 

BUSINESSES, U.S., LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO RJSINESSES, DURHAM, LAYCSTS 
SEE ALSO BUSINESSES, N.C, LAYOFFS 

SEE ALSO l*ePLOYNENT, U.S. 

'OLD-TI^E GOSPa HOW LAYS OT 100 ElffLOYEES 

BUSINESSES, U.S., MIGRATION 
SEE INDUSTRIAL RELOCATION 

BUSINESSES, U.S., SMOKING 

SEE ALSO SMOKING 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ANTI-SMOKING DWAIGN 
WORKERS ARE OFFERED $3,000 TO QUIT SMOKING 

AT WORK, TO SMOKE OR NOT TO SMOKE? _ „ ^ ^^ 

USG CORP.'S 'QUIT SMOKING OR QUIT' U-TIMATUM SEEN AS A SUCCESS 

BUSINESSES, U.S., TAXES 

SEE BUSINESSES, U.S., INCOME TAXES 

HJSINESSWONO'S ROlMiTABLE 
SEE ALSO WOiCN, BUSINESSES 
ROMITABLE IS A StWING EXPERIENCE 

BUSING 

SEE SCHOOL, N.C, BUSING 

BUTNER, N.C. _ 

SEE ALSO FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT BUTNER 
BUTNER PUmim BOARD GETS LMK AT GROWTH PLAN 
STATE'S LAND-USE PLAN MAY DOUBLE BUTNER'S POPULATION 
KKK MAY RALLY IN DURHAM 
HOJSE PANEL APPROVES SANITARY DISTRICT BILL 
BUTNER'S SPZCINl SOIL HAVEN FOR RARE FLOWERS 
WEYERHAEUSER TO BUY SIX PLANTS FROM MEAD 
BUTNER BILL ADVANCES 

COIflllTTEE FAVORS BILL TO ALLOW HORSE, DOG RACES 
DURHAM RESIIENTS ASKED TO START WATER CONSERVATION 

WEYERHAEUSER CO. HOLDS CELEBRATION AT BUTNER PLANT IT RECENTLY PURCHASED H 
COUNCIL ENICRSES WATER CONSERVATION 
dmVH STEPS UP WATER CONSERVATION 
LET'S KEEP SOUTHOEM'S PROBLEMS IN PERFECTIVE 
OPERATION SANTA CLAUS 
...HE'LL VISIT UMSTEAD, TOO 

BUTNER, N.C, CHRISTMAS PARADE 
SEE W.SO CHRISTMAS PARAICS, N.C 
ENTRIES SOUGHT FOR CREEDMCBR, BUTNER PARADES 
CREEDMOOft, BUTNER PARADES SATURDAY 



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H 2 3/28/1987 B 13 P N 

H 2 7/19/1987 B 6 N 

H 2 9/06/1987 C 14 P N 

S 2 12/31/1987 A 4 E 



H 2 2/08/1987 C 1 N 



2 3/06/1987 A 4 E 
2 7/09/1987 A 1 N 
2 7/12/1987 C 11 N B80 



H 2 9/22/1987 A 



H 2 7/19/1987 B 6 N 



H 2 12/16/1987 B 8 P N 



2 1/27/1987 B 5 N 
2 5/31/1987 D 3 J 
2 11/19/1987 C 5 N 



H 2 9/28/1987 B 1 P N H45 



H 


1 3/07/1987 C 


1 N S80 


H 


1 3/26/1987 B 


1 N S80 


S 


2 4/08/1987 C 


1 N H70 


H 


1 5/27/1987 C 


1 N R53 


H 


2 6/09/1987 B 


1 P N S80 


H 


1 6/10/1987 C 


1 N 


H 


1 6/25/1987 B 


1 N R53 


H 


2 7/02/1987 A 


16 N 


S 


2 8/11/1987 A 


1 N H70 


H 


1 8/13/1987 B 


1 P N H60 


S 


2 8/13/1987 C 


1 N H70 


S 


2 8/18/1987 A 


1 N B85 


H 


2 11/29/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 12/20/1987 D 


1 P F C19 


H 


2 12/20/1987 D 


1 P F T33 


H 


1 11/20/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


1 12/04/1987 B 


1 N 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



BUrrCR, CREEDHOOR PARAKS 

BUT?€R, N.C., POPULATION 

STATE'S LANDHJSE PLAN MAY DOUBLE BUTICR'S PfftJLATION 

BUTNER, N.C., SEWAffi TREATIIENT 

SEE ALSO BUT^ER, N.C., WATER AND SEUER LINES 
STATE INSPECTCWS CRITICIZE BUTNER WASTE TREATtCNT 
BUTNER SEUAGE SYSTEM FAUS SICRT 
BUThER SEUAGE PLANT SHOULD MEET STANDARDS 
STATE A«AITS ACTION ON BUTNER SEICR 
BUTNER WASTE TREATMENT IS CRITICIZED 
BUTNER PLANT PROBLEMS STILL CONCERN OFFICIALS 
BUTNER SEUAGE PLANT WOES TRICKY PROBLEM FOR STATE 
STATE-OWCD SEWAGE PLANT IN Bim€R FIfCD »9,500 

BUT>€R, N.C., STREETS 

BUTNER THOROUOFARE PLAN ADOPTO 

BUTfER, N.C., THOROUGHFARE PLAN 

BUTNER THOROUGtfARE PLAN ADOPTED 

BUT?£R, N.C. , WATER AND SEIER LIfCS 

SEE ALSO amCR, N.C, SEWA{£ TREATt€NT 
STATE INSPECTORS CRITICIZE BUTNER WASTE TREATMENT 
BUTNER SEWAGE SYSTEM FPLLS SHORT 
BUTfER SEUAGE PLANT WOES TRICKY PROBLEM FOR STATE 

BUThCR, N.C, Z0NIW5 
SEE ALSO ZONING LAWS 
BUTNER board: Fl£L YES, REPAIRS NO 
SOUTHCfEM PLAN SPURS LETTERS TO COWISSION 

BUTfER H-ADES 

BUT>ER'S SPECIAL SOIL WiVEN FOR RARE FLOtERS 

BUTtER PLANNING COMMISSION 

TVREE ARE NAMED TO BUTNER BOARD 

BUT^ER KARD: fuel yes, REPAIR'S NO 

BUTTER PLAfWING BOARD l^S LOOK AT GRWTH PLAN 

STATE'S LAND-USE PLAN MAY DOUBLE BUTNER 'S Pa=ULATION 

BILL INTRODUH) TO STREAMLINE LAWS IN BUTTER 

BUTNER THORWGHFARE PLAN ADOPTED 

BUTNER COMMISSION WILL MEET TUESDAY 

SOUTHCHEM may move NORTH 

PCWELL: SOUTHCHEM VIOLATED ORDINANCE 

SCUTHCHEM CHIEF REASSURES BUTNER COWUNITY 

RESIDENTS OF BUTNER HAVE REASON TO WORRY 

SOJTHOEM'S TROUBLES ARE BUTNER 'S DILEMMA 

SOJTHCfEM PIM SPWra LETTERS TO COfWISSION 

BUThER PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SEE ASa LIBRARIES, N.C. 
STATE TO GIVE LAND FOR LIBRARY IN BUTfER 
DECISION PLEDGED SOGN CN LIBRARIES IN SOUTH GRAWILLE 
~ GRANVILLE BOARD VOTES TO PUT LIBRARY ON COLLEGE CAtWS 
LIBRARIES SHORT-CHANGED 
GRANVILLE BOARD STANDS BY LIBRARY DECISION 
DISaOSE LIBRARY PLANS 

BUTTER PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT. 

RETIRED BUTNER POLICE CHIEF HARVEY ELLIS, 64, OF ROUGEMONT 
RETIRED POLICE CHIEF DIES 
OFFICERS RECEIVE AWARD 

BUTTER 

FIMS SHOULD BE FOUND TO DISTRIBUTE FREE FOOD 
N.C. FOOD PR0O<AM FUNDS RESTORED 
MONEY LIKELY TO BE RESTORED FOR FOOD PROGRAM 
FOOD DISTRIBUTION 



D — DATE 

2 12/'06/1987 B 



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C -PG L P BYL ^ 



H 1 3/26/1987 B 



1 P P T32 
1 N S80 



5/01/1987 B 
5/01/1987 A 
5/08/1987 A 
6/11/1987 B 
6/19/1987 B 
6/22/1987 C 
8/28/1987 A 
9/09/1987 A 



1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
21 
1 



N 046 
N B85 
E 

N M06 
N S80 
N M06 
N R80 
N 046 



H 1 5/09/1987 C 1 N S80 
H 1 5/09/1987 C 1 N S80 



H 


2 


5/01/1987 B 


1 


N 046 


S 


2 


5/01/1987 A 


1 


N B85 


H 


2 


8/28/1987 A 


21 


N R80 


H 


2 


3/07/1987 C 


2 


N SSO 


H 


2 


12/05/1987 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


2 


6/09/1987 B 


1 P N S80 


H 


1 


1/13/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


1 


3/07/1987 C 


2 


N S80 


H 


1 


3/07/1987 C 


1 


N 580 


H 


1 


3/26/1987 B 


1 


N 380 


H 


1 


5/09/1987 C 


1 


N 046 


H 


1 


5/09/1987 C 


1 


N SSO 


H 


1 


11/13/1987 B 


1 


N 


H 


n 


11/17/1987 A 


1 


N T33 


S 


2 


11/17/1987 A 


1 


N H70 


H 


2 


11/18/1987 A 


1 


N T33 


S 


2 


11/19/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


11/20/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 12/05/1987 C 


1 


N T33 


H 


1 


8/19/1987 C 


1 


N 580 


H 


1 


9/09/1987 B 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


9/23/1987 C 


1 


N 580 


H 


2 


10/01/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


1 


10/06/1987 C 


1 


N H60 


H 


2 


10/09/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


1/25/1987 B 


2 





S 


2 


1/26/1987 C 


2 





S 


2 


6/09/1987 A 


6 


N 


S 


2 


2/05/1987 A 


4 


E 


S 





2/06/1987 C 


5 


N 


H 


1 


2/07/1987 C 


3 


N 


H 


1 


9/23/1987 C 


10 


N 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



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BUTTERFLIES 

WERE BUTTERRIES LIWT 
BEAUTIFU. BUTTERFLY 
YOU CAN CREATE A BUTTERFLY GARDEN 
BUTTERFLIES MIGRATE SOUTH FOR WINTER 

TWISTER RIPS OUTER BANKS; 4 INJIRED 

BANKS 'BLINDSIDED' BY TUISTERi 4 HURT 

OUTER WNKS TMWADO DAMAGE IS ESTIMATED AT $800,000 

BUXTON UOODS 

FIKff'S ON TO SAVE BUXTON UOODS 

"BUY AMERICAN" 
SEE MAK IN USA 

BUY QUICK FOOD MART (S. BRIGGS & AN6IER AVE. ) 
Pa.ICE PROBE ARMED HOLDUP OF TWO STORES 
2 STORES ROBBED WITHIN 2 mm IN EAST WKtm 
FOU? CHARGED IN SERIES OF ARffiD ROBBERIES 
ACCUSED ROBBERS FACE NEW CHARGES 

BUZZARD ROCK, N.C. 

MAN CHARGO WITH KILLING OHIO COUPLE 

UNC' STUDY REVEALS JUMP IN CANCER DEATHS IN BYNU1 
CAUSE SOUGHT FOR SURGE IN BYNUM CANCER DEATH RATI 
BYNUM RESIDENTS SUSPECT HAW RIVER FOR CANCER RATE 

HAW RIVER (CARTOON) _ „.„„^ 

CANCER lEATHS: BYNUM DEATH RATE IS m COINCIDENCE 
NO CWPENSATION ADEQUATE _„ 

IS HAW KTTING BUI RAP FOR CANCER lEATH RATE? 
PinSBORO, UNC STUDY CANCER I£ATH RATt 
CARTOON CALLED TASTELESS 
UTVD U: tEART OF CAROLINA (AD) 
BYNUM CANCER RATE PROMPTS MORE STUDY 
LACK OF FUNDS NARROWS STUDY 

BYRD'S FOOD STORE (ROXBORO, N.C. ) 

NEW BYRD'S STORE SET TO OPEN IN ROXBORO 

BYRD'S FOOD STORES „ _ 

LOUISBURG POLICE PROBING ARI€D ROBBERY AT STORE 

NEW BYRD'S STORE SET TO OPEN IN ROXBORO _^^^^ ^„^ ^ 

CHATHAM COUNH SCHEDIA£S START ON WORK ON HEALTH, OFFICE COMFIEX 

GROCERY mUSER NIXED 

POLICE OFFICER \ilRJ IN CRASH DICING CHASE 

C-130 (AIRPLAfE) 
SEE ALSO AIRPLAfES 
PLAIC CRASHES AT FORT BRAGG 
5 DIE IN CARGO PLANE CRASH AT FORT BRAGG 
CROUD SENSES IiANGER AS C-130 HITS 
PLANE CRASHES IN FIREBALL 

SECOND C-130 DROP-ZONE MAfCUVER FAILS AT FORT BRAGG 
RESULTS OF PLW€ CRf\SH INVESTIGATIW MAY BE KEPT SECRET 
MEMORIAL SERVICE ^CLD FOR VICTIMS OF C-130 CRASH 
MEMORIAL SERVICE t€LD FOR ARMY VICTIM OF CRASH 
PLANE'S ROUTE CLARIFIED 

C-130H-30 SWIUS ITS STUFF ^^ 

TRANSCRIPTS FROM PLANE ATTQff>TING DROP MANEUVER SHOWED NO PROBLEM 
FIGHTER SQUADRON SOUGHT F(K TOP-FLYING N.C. GUARD GROUP 

C RATICWS 

SEE ALSO FOOD „ 

MAN IS SENTENCED FOR RECEIVING C-RATIONS STO^ FROM FORT BRAGG 



H 2 4/12/1987 E 1 P F H45 

S 2 4/24/1987 B 3 P P T37 

H 2 6/05/1987 B 2 F 

S 2 9/18/1987 B 2 F 



S 2 3/31/1987 A 1 N 
H 2 4/01/1987 A 1 P N 
H 2 4/02/1987 A 17 N 



S 2 3/11/1987 C 4 P G 



S 2 9/22/1987 A 1 N B53 

H 2 9/23/1987 B 7 N 

H 2 10/30/1987 C 2 N M51 

S 2 11/06/1987 C 1 N B53 



H 2 4/14/1987 C 12 N 



S 


2 


1/20/1987 A 


1 M N H70 


H 


2 


1/21/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/24/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


2/03/1987 C 


1 N K65 


H 


2 


2/11/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 A 


2 N K65 


H 


3 


3/24/198 1- B 


1 N K65 


H 


2 


3/30/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/04/1987 A 


11 P A 


H 


3 


9/18/1987 C 


1 N K65 


S 


2 


9/28/1987 B 


4 N 



H 1 4/25/1987 B 5 N 



H 


1 1/06/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


1 4/25/1987 B 


5 N 


H 


3 12/10/1987 B 


1 N K65 


H 


2 12/24/1987 A 


14 N 


H 


2 12/30/1987 B 


12 N 


S 


2 7/01/1987 A 


1 N 


H 


2 7/02/1987 A 


1 P N 


S 


2 7/02/1987 A 


1 D N H09 


S 


2 7/02/1987 A 


1 P N 


H 


2 7/03/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


2 7/06/1987 B 


7 N 


H 


2 7/07/1987 B 


9 P N 


H 


2 7/14/1987 C 


10 N 


S 


2 7/14/1987 B 


9 N 


H 


1 9/02/1987 B 


1 P P 


H 


2 9/16/1987 B 


2 N 


H 


2 10/28/1987 C 


1 N 046 



H 2 1/10/1987 A 10 N 



CAPPS 



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SUBJECTS 



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S IT i 

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SEE CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION tm PARENT STRESS PROGRAM 

CASH 

SEE COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO SHEARON HARRIS 

CB RADI(£ 

SEE CITIZEN BAND RADIOS 

CBR ASSOCIATES 

CAPITAL SOUGHT FOR THESE IDEAS 

CBS 

SEE (LSO TELEVISION 
INSIDE 

GIR FOR RESEARCH 
'GARBAGE PAIL KIDS' 
COLLEGES SHOULD >WST SAY NO 

CCB FINAICIAL CORP. 

SEE CENTRAL CAROLINA m«<. FINANCIAL CORP. 

CEO LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO DUKE IWIV. FUGUA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 
SEE ALSO LEADERSHIP 

DUKE'S CEO LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE WILL SHARPEN SKILLS OF STOCK EXECS 

SAW^ORD TO SPEAK AT DUKE 



H 2 5/23/1987 C 2 P N 



S 2 3/14/1987 C 1 U T30 

H 2 4/02/1987 B 3 P P L38 

H 2 9/03/1987 A 4 L 

S 2 9/18/1987 A 4 E 



2 10/02/1987 C 2 
2 10/06/1987 A 9 



CHANCE (CONCERN AND HELP FOR T}€ ADVANCE)€MT OF ^EEDY CHILDREN...) 

SEE ALSO FUND RAISING (SEE ALSO NA^ES OF FIM) RAISING PROJECTS & SPONSORING GROUPS) 

SEE ALSO TUTORING PROGRAMS , ^^ , „ 

Oi€ ON ONE H 2 4/11/1987 B 

CHANGE 

SEE CHANGE (A MEN'S COUNSaiNG PRtXSRAM ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) 

CHAPS CENTER 

SEE ALSO ALCOHOLIC TREAT^ef^ CENTERS, N.C. 
SEE ALSO ALCOTOLISM 
SEE ALSO [«UG ABUSE 

NEW KWG TKEATMENT CENTER TO OPEN IN RTP 

WHAT? ANOTHER TREATMENT CENTER? 

SERIES ON MJG, ALCOHOL ABUSE IS TUESDAY 

TREATMENT CENTER OPENS 

WOMEN ALCOHOLICS FACE MAW BWWIERS TO TREATMENT 

ALCOHOLICS' CHILDREN SEMINAR FOCUS 

"A SUALLOU AWAY" 

CHORE (DURHAM COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES) (ACRONYM) 
SEE ALSO SENIOR CITIZENS 
PROGRAMS LET OLDER CITIZENS STAY HOME 



2 P P F70 



s 


2 


1/17/1987 A 


3 P N 


H 


2 


2/02/1987 C 


1 P N P38 


H 


2 


2/02/1987 C 


4 N 


S 


2 


2/02/1987 A 


2 P P R76 


H 


? 


3/03/1987 B 


1 D N B81 


H 


2 


5/14/1987 C 


20 N M97 


H 


2 


9/13/1987 E 


1 P F H45 



S 2 4/07/1987 C 1 P N MIO 



CHR ASSOCIATES 

$36,500 SPENDING LIKELY AS COUNTY FACES SPACE fEEIS 

PAMF'HLET LISTS HOUSEHOLD POLLUTANTS 

eJGINEER! PUBLIC SUPPORTS FOUR-LANE PLAN FOR BYF'ASS 

CMD CORP. 

NEIEST OFFICE BUILDING OPENS AT MERIDIAN 

CONTACT Dl«HAM, INC. (CRISIS INTERVENTION PROGRAM) 
SEE ALSO CRISIS INTERVENTION PROC-RAMS 
SEE ALSO MINISTERS, DUR'HAM 

CONTACT REMAINS INTACT 

CONTACT TO KEEP OPERATING 

CONTACT COWiSE TONIGHT 

COPE (COMMITTEE ON PaiTICAL EDUCATION) 

SEE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR AND C0M3RESS OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS 



H 3 1/10/1987 B 1 N MIO 
H 2 2/14/1987 C 2 N 
H 2 6/27/1987 D 5 N U27 



H 2 5/24/1987 F 1 P P T37 



H 2 1/12/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 1/20/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 9/08/1987 A 5 N 



CPC INTER^WTIONAL 



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ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX B 
12/31/1937 



Y SUBJECTS 



ASHEBORO TO GEl PLANT _ 

COMPANY UIU BUILD PLANT fCAR ASHEBORO 

CROP ( ACRCWYM ) 

SEE CRCP (ORGANIZATION TO RaiEVE WORLD HUNGER) 

CRS SIRRIfC (FORfERLY J. E. SIR'RINE) _, 

CRS SIRRINE REPORTS SECOND QUARTER EARNINGS ^ 

TRIANGLE RANKED 7TH IN U.S. AS ENTREPRENEURIAL HOT SPOT 
'TtC JOB WAS FINE, BUT IT WAS NO PLACE TO HEET ICN' 
PANEL APPROVES (ffOHt^UCE OF PCUER PLANT FOR UNIVQ«ITY 
FLEA HAR^ET VENDORS UILL FIND f£U LAW PILES ON RED TAPE 
BURROUGHS MAY BUY RTP SITE 
TWO N.C. BANKS IN TOP 10 

CSX CORP 

EVACUEES mmi TO ELM CITY HOMES_ , ^^_ 

SliRRIC ACID REMOVED FROM DERAIL^ TAWfRCARS 
CREWS CONTINUE WORKING TO CLEAR DERAILED FREIGHT CfS^ 

CT CORPORATION SYSTEMS 

SEE ALSO ADULT BOOKSTORES 

^Imm UsTION^rF^PraFES^ONAL KILLERS RESPONSIBLE FOR SLAYINGS.. 

CTM ASSOCIATES 

OFFICE PARK PLAWO 

C. A. DILLON SCHOJL ' „ 

ESCAPEES FROM DILLON SCHOOL CAUGHT 
CLEMENT TO BE g='EAKER 

C. B. ROBERSON INC. „^^ ^^^ 

COMPANY SAYS IT WILL CLEAN UP LEAKED GASOLINE 

C. C. MANGUM INC. 

CONTRACTOR SUES TOWN FOR «23,000 OVER PAVING JOB 
COSTS OF U.S. BUSI^€SS TOO MUCH, GRACE WARNS 
PARK ROAD WORK BEGINS ^EXT MONTH 
MIAMI BLVD. ROAD WORK A YEAR BEHIND SCHEDULE 

C. C. SPAULDING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
WRITING TO READ 

PREP PAPERS COME OF AGE: SCHOOL NEWSPAPERS AID STUDENTS 
RACING ALONG _ 

CITY'S TOP TEAC^ER HELPS STUDENTS' ESTEEM 
MUSIC STUDENTS TO GIVE PRESENTATION ON TV TOMORROW 

C. C. UtBDS CONSTRUCTION CO. _ „ 

C.C. WOODS, FOUNDER OF CONSTRUCTION COMPfWY 

C, E. PHILLIPS AND SONS REALTY CO. 

MULTI-FAMILY HOIES LEAD, SINOfS DRO* IN BUILDING PERMITS 

C. KNOX MASSEY DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 
SEE ALSO AWARDS 

SEE ALSO miV. OF N.C. -CHAPEL HILL, AWARDS 
4 UNC lp«3RKERS RECEIVE C. KNOX MASSEY AWARDS 

C. W. STAFFORD JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

SEE STANFOO) JWIOR HIGH SCHOOL (HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.) 

CABARRUS corny, N.C. 

FORMER LEGISUTOR FACES CONSPIRACY CHARGE 

CABARRIB COUNTY JAIL 

CABARRUS PRISO^ER FCWND DEAD 

CABBAGE PATCH DOLLS 
SEE ALSO DOLLS 



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H 2 1/25/1987 B 5 N 
H 2 1/28/1987 B 2 N 



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H 
H 
H 
H 
S 
H 


2 2/03/1987 C 
2 3/29/1987 D 
2 4/19/1987 C 
2 6/09/1987 B 
2 8/13/1987 D 
2 8/24/1987 A 
2 12/17/1987 C 


3 N 
10 U L41 
14 U 

1 P N 080 

5 P U L4i 

1 N 

1 U L41 


H 
H 
H 


2 5/12/1987 A 
2 5/13/1987 B 
2 5/14/1987 A 


1 P N 

3 N 

12 N 



H 2 1/20/1987 B 3 N 



H 2 1/19/1987 A 13 N 



H 2 1/01/1987 B 3 N 
S 2 9/17/1987 C 8 N 



H 2 9/23/1987 B 10 N 



H 2 1/08/1987 C 9 N 080 

H 2 6/10/1987 A 9 N L41 

S 2 7/20/1987 C 1 N U82 

S 2 12/14/1987 A 1 N W82 



2 3/01/1987 D 
2 5/03/1987 D 
2 5/28/1987 A 
2 10/30/1987 A 
2 12/08/1987 C 



1 P F C19 
1 P F J40 
6 P P T37 
1 P N S92 
8 N 



H 2 4/13/1987 B 8 

H 2 2/15/1987 F 1 U 

S 2 3/23/1987 A 7 N 

H 2 12/08/1987 B 3 N 

S 2 4/21/1987 C 4 N 



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1/01/1987 



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12/31/1987 



BY SUBJECTS 



CABLE 13 

SEE DW<E IWIV. 



CABLE TELEVISION 



CABLEVISICN OF tWWAM 
SEE (i.SD dJEKT CABLE TV 
SEE ALSO CABLE TELEJISIDN, N.C. 
SEE fS-SO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 
SEE i^SO OIF-HAM CCmTT, N.C, CABLE TELEVISICW 
SEE ALSO TELEVISIDfi 

lOfifd feiBER INTEKVIEIO ON SCHOOL CAILE TV SW3U 

CABLE TV HIKING RATES 

U^€RE'S CABLEVISI(>r? 

PUBLIC-ACCESS CABLE VALUAJLE 

mnMlT< CABLEVISICN 

HS. SMITH RETAINS MEDIA SCHOLARSHIP 

CABLEVISION ON V€ BLim 

GRADUATION SPIRIT F1?AI£ED 

CITY CCUCIL StOLLD STF£WlIf£ BUSINESS 

JERVIS SEEKS MAYORAL CANDIDATES' DOATE 

DEBATES UCULIi SPUR BETTER VOTER TURNOUT 

CABLEVISION GETS »1,000 

CO^IISSIONERS GIVE THiMBS-UP TO PROJECTS IN PUWIING FOR YEARS 

CABLEVISION MCffifaY 

ALTERNATIVE TO CABLEVISION 

CABLE FIRMS EYEEALL-TO-EYEEALL , BUT NO UAR EXPECTED 

WfH^ EAGEK TO f^MUOR CABLE TV 

CABLEVISION OF DIFHAM, RATES 
CABLE TV RATES TO JIW 



CABBAGE GARBA(£ 

CABBAGES 

UNSTUFFO CABBAGE IS EASY TO MAKE 

CABINS 

^E LtM CABINS 

CABLE CARS 

SEE ALSO TXIMAS BUILT BU^S LIMITED PARThERSHIP 
N.C CO«^ANY BEGAN UITH STREETCARS; NOU A WUOR SCHOO. BUS MAM^ACTIRER 

CABLE TELEVISION, DU<E 1>IIV. 

SEE OM. UNIV., CABLE TELEVISION 

CAa£ TELEVISION, DURHAM 
SEE CABLEVISION OF DWWM 

CABLE TELEVISION, DURHAM CCJtfTf 

SEE DURHAM COUNTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

CABLE TELEVISION, N.C. 

SE ALSO CHAPEL HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO f€NDER-SON AND OXFORD CABLE TELEVISION CORP. 

SEE ALSO I3WM5E COWfTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

WHITE SUPREJ^CISTS FR0DUCIM3 TV SHCWS FOR PUBLIC-ACCESS CHAf*€LS 

VANCE BOAF;D PROVIDES rtOfCY TO CfflfUETE SENIOR CITIZDS CENTER 

CABLE SYSTEMS HAY r¥KGE 

FREAK Dec:#ITATION CAUSED BY TV CABLE 

PUBLIC TV CENTER tCEDS l^IQUE NICJ€— STUDY 

CABLE TELEVISION, U.S. 

SEE ALSO ALERT CABLE TV 

SEE ALSO CABLEVISIM^ OF DURHAM 

SEE ALSO CHAPa HILL, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., CABLE TELEVISiaN 

SEE d-SQ IXJRWM COWTY, N.C, CABLE TELEVISION 

SEE ALSO SATELLITE TELEVISION 

DW»^AM EAGER TO MONnOR CAH^ TV 



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H 2 1/31/1987 A 



2 3/30/1987 B 1 D U C09 



2 1/04/1987 DUN 



H 


2 2/01/1987 D 


11 


N 


H 


1 4/08/1987 C 


1 


N 


S 


2 8/18/1987 B 


1 


N S92 


H 


1 10/22/1987 B 


3 


N 


H 


1 10/28/1987 C 


3 


N 



S 2 11/30/1987 A 1 N 1182 



H 


2 


2/10/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


2/20/1987 B 


1 


N S51 


H 


2 


3/31/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


4/13/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


n 


4/16/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


4/28/1987 C 


6 


N 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


9 


6/25/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


8/03/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


8/12/1987 C 


1 


N H36 


H 


9 


8/14/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


2 


9/24/1987 B 


8 


N 


H 


2 


9/30/1987 C 


3 


N A54 


H 


o 


10/02/1987 A 


4 


L 


H 


2 


10/19/1987 A 


4 


L 


S 


2 


10/31/1987 C 


1 


N M06 


S 


2 


11/30/1987 A 


1 


N W82 


S 


2 


2/20/1987 C 


1 


N H70 



CACTUS SROIP (fCDICAL COMPUTER PROjRAM PACKAGE) 



-LX630- 



MONTHLY/ 



ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12>^1/1987 



SUBJECTS 



A THIRD OF INCOMING RTP EXECUTIVES ARE NOW SETTLING IN DURHAM— SURVEY 

VENTUre '87 LWfS HOI€Y, BUSINESSES 

CW^ITAL SOUGHT FOR TfCSE IDEAS 

BlAl MARKET WILL KEEP CHARGING, BRtKERS PREDICT 

CADILLACS 

SEE ALSO GENERAL MOTORS 
N.C. HAS CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE TWiNKS TO DRUNKEN DRIVER 

CAFETERIAS 

SEE ALSO RESTAUWrS, U.S. 
DURHAM ^EEDS CAFETERIA 
NORTHGATE EXPECTS SALES BOOST 

CAFFEIft 

SOME COFFEE HOUNDS HAVE GROUNDS TO 1«RRY 
warning: C(«TEINE may be hazardous to YOl^ HEALTH 
KICKING THE CAFFEINE HABIT ISN'T ALUAYS EASY 



CAHENA (BOOK) 

UELUWN FANS KT 



'CAHENA' FOR RICH SUMMER READING 



CAJl^ 

SEE ALSO LOUISIANA 
BEAUSOLEIL'S CAJU« PLAY ROOTS MUSIC AT THE EDGE 

CAKE 

SEE ALSO FOOD 
400TH BIRTHDAY BASH: N.C. TO MARK VIRGINIA DARE'S BIRTHDAY... 
BAKE A CAKE AS FAST AS YOU CAN 
TRADITION PUTS SURPRISE IN NEW YEAR 

CALCIUM 

LOU CALCIUM IS LINKED TO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE 

DUKE DOCTOR GIVES ADVICE ON B(»€ THINNING 

Ih«T.UX OF CALCIUM STUDIED AS CAUSE OF MEMORY LOSS 

CALDUELL, N.C. 

FIRM APPLIES TO OPEN QUARRY hCAR CALDIEU 

CALDWEU. COmTY, N.C. 

INCINERATOR FIRM SEEKS BETTER IMAGE 

FIRE HITS CALDVai COUNTY SCH(ML 

CALDUELL INCII€RATOR PA^EL TO DRAFT FINAL ARGU^©frS 

CALDUELL COUNTY PLANS CHANGES ON INCINERATOR 

AMBULANCE, CAR CRASH; SIX PEOPLE ARE INJUO 

CALDUELL COUNTY BOARD OF COWISSIONERS 

RESireWS RUSH CALDUELL COMMISSIONERS AFTER VOTE DELAY ON OEMICAL... 

CALDUELL SYSTEMS INC. 

COMPLAINTS IJWNSUERED ON O^MICAL WASTE 

INSPECTION GIl^S aEAN BILL TO HAZARDOUS WASTE PLANT 

INCINERATOR FIRM SEEKS BETTER IMAGE 

DESPITE DAMA{S, EPA FINDS CALDUELL INCINERATOR IN COMPLIANCE 

RESIDEJfTS RUSH CALDUELL COWIISSIONEKS AFTER VOTE DEUY ON CHEMICAL... 

CALDUELL INCI^£RATOR PANa TO DRAFT FINAL ARGUt€NTS 

CALDUEU COUNTY FIANS CHANGES ON INCIfCRATOR 

STORAGE TAf« EXPLODES AT CALDUELL INCINERATOR 

ELECTRICAL SPARK BLAMED FOR INCINERATOR BLAST 

LIK1TNING BLAftD FOR INCINERATOR BLAST 

CALEDONIA PRISW 

SEE ALSO PRISONS, N.C. 
PRISON INMATE DIES UHILE MOWING GRASS 

CALENDARS 

SEE ALSO ENO RIVER CALENDAR 
YOUNG ENTREPRE^EUR HAS DATE UITH DESTINY 
LATE ZABmR NO GOOD 



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2 5/17/1987 C 10 U L41 

2 5/22/1987 A 1 N W82 

2 5/23/1987 C 2 P N 

2 8/20/1987 A 18 P U L41 



H 2 10/23/1987 B 12 N 



H 2 10/19/1987 A 4 L 
S 2 11/06/1987 A 1 P N W82 



S 2 10/14/1987 A 12 U 
H 2 12/08/1987 B 1 P F C60 
H 2 12/08/1987 B 1 C N CAO 



H 2 5/24/1987 E 3 P R H49 



H 2 3/20/1987 D 3 P N U66 



H 2 6/24/1987 A 
H 2 12/10/1987 C 
H 2 12/31/1987 C 



S 2 3/06/1987 B 
S 2 3/11/1987 C 
H 2 11/20/1987 C 



6 P N C80 
2 U 
4 U 



1 N 
1 N 
5 N 



2 8/07/1987 A 8 N 



2 8/31/1987 C 
2 9/01/1987 A 
2 10/26/1987 C 
2 11/03/1987 B 
2 11/18/1987 B 



2 9/22/1987 C 3 N 



5/12/1987 C 

8/02/1987 B 

8/31/1987 C 

9/12/1987 B 

9/22/1987 C 

10/26/1987 C 

11/03/1987 B 

11/18/1987 C 

11/20/1987 B 

11/26/1987 C 



3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
2 
5 
10 



H 1 4/30/1987 B 2 N 



2 2/22/1987 C 
2 10/30/1987 A 



1 P U H49 
4 E 



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MONTHLY/ANNUAL INDEX BY 
1/01/1987 - 12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



HISTORIC CHAF'EL HILL SCENES, NATURE PICTURES DECORATE N.C. CALENDARS 
CPU. DISTRIBUTES CALENDARS WITH SAFETY TIPS 

CALIFORNIA 

SEE ALSO LOS mSLES, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO SAN RANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 
SEE ALSO l^iy. OF CALIFORNIA 

LEARNING Ql£ST REWARDED 

TEX., CALIF. IMT.IBCE N.C. TEXTBOOKS 

MARTIN TAKES PRIDPOSAL FOR SEMATECH TO CALIF. 

N.C. FIREFI6HTING CREW KNT TO mj> CALIFORNIA 

SUCCESS AND LITIGATION 

N.C. FIREFIGHTING CREWS RETURNING FROM WEST 

CALIFOR'NIA EARTHQUAKES/STOCK' MARKCT (CARTOON) 

N.C. A To^Ja^ compctitor 

LIKfT EIGHTS; CALIFORNIA SPRING BRINGS A SmRTER aW€R VIEW 
BUYERS OF HOMES PAY COSTS OF DEVELOPMENT 
GROUP LAUNO€S ANTI-SMOKING DRIVE IN CALIFORNIA 

CALIFOFJdA ACHIEVE(€NT TEST 

DURHAM IfPROVES MATH PROGRAMS 

CITY SCHOM-S TO EXPAND USE OF TESTS 

STATE BOARD VOTES TO CONTINUE ACHIEVEMENT TESTS IN 2ND (SAIt 

schools; SCORES SHOW WORK f€EDED 

SOtC TEST SCORES li> IN CITY SCHOOLS 

mWH COUNH CAT SCORES STEADY 

COIMY'S TEST SCORES STILL ABOVE AVERAGE 

DON'T LET TEST SCORES TYFE-CAST KIDS EARLY 

NO BIG »<ANGES SEEN IN COIXTY TEST SCORES 

HUGE GAP REMAINS BETWEEN CAT SCORES BY BLACKS, WHITES 

BLACK CITIZENS WANT TO HELP RAISE CAT SCORES 

COUNTY SCHOOL PROGRAMS SEEK HIGf€R SCORES 

BOARD WJLLS WAYS TO GET TEST SCORES UP 

CW-L-FOR-ACTION 

SEE ALSO CRISIS INTERACTION PROGRAMS 
LAWYERS OFFER FREE ADVICE 

CALLENIER ESTATES 

PAGE, PIPE ROADS PROJECTS ARE ALSO W AGENDA 

CAaiGRAPHY 

EBEL DISCUSSES CALLIGRAfHY 

CALORIES 

'LOW-CALMRIE' FOODS MAY NOT BE SO LOW IN CALORIES — NUTRITIONIST 

CALVANDER, N.C. 

13-POINT [€AL STRUCK ON UNIVERSITY LAKE FLAWING 

CARRBORO OKS WATERS^£D PACT 

HEARING SET ON LAND PACT 

LAND SWAP TO BE HOT ISSUE AT HEARING 

AM3RY RESIDENTS CALL CARRBORO A 'RAGING BULL' 

(^TERNATIVE TO LAND SWAP PROPOSED 

LEAVE CALVANDER ALONE 

PLANNING BOARD MAY VOTE TODAY ON CALVANDER PLAN 

PLANfERS BACK EXPANIED TRWSITION AREA FOR CARRBORO 

CALVANDER Fffl.K CIRCLE THEIR WAGONS 

COUNTY TO [5TER CARRBORO 1,500 ACRES 

CARRBCftO READY TO SIGN PLANNING PACT, MAYOR SAYS 

JOINT PLANNING PACT GETS PANEL'S OK 

ORANGE BECOfffS 1ST COUNTY IN STATE WITH PLAfWING PACT 

CALVARY FREE WILL R^TIST CHURCH 

CALVARY FREE WILL PLANS DEDICATION 

CALVERT SCHOOL 

SEE DURHAM ACADEMY 



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2 5/19/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 6/10/1987 A 


16 N 


H 


2 7/30/1987 B 


1 P N 046 


H 


2 9/02/1987 B 


10 N 


H 


2 9/06/1987 D 


4 E 


H 


2 9/17/1987 A 


18 N 


H 


2 10/18/1987 D 


4 T T R56 


H 


2 11/05/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 11/22/1987 E 


1 P F H45 


H 


2 11/26/1987 A 


4 E 


S 


2 12/18/1987 B 


5 N 


S 


2 1/14/1987 A 


1 P N S92 


H 


2 1/15/1987 B 


1 N J40 


H 


1 6/06/1987 C 


2 N 


S 


2 6/18/1987 A 


1 C N S92 


H 


2 6/19/1987 B 


5 N 


S 


2 6/19/1987 A 


1 C N S92 


H 


2 6/20/1987 A 


12 N 


S 


2 6/22/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


3 8/11/1987 C 


1 N BIO 


H 


3 9/15/1987 B 


1 N W27 


H 


3 9/24/1987 B 


1 N BIO 


H 


3 9/24/1987 B 


1 N BIO 


H 


3 10/06/1987 C 


1 N BIO 



S 2 5/13/1987 A 15 N 

S 2 8/03/1987 C 1 N 

S 2 4/18/1987 A 3 N 

H 2 7/04/1987 C 4 N U80 



H 


3 


1/22/1987 B 


L N B81 


H 


3 


1/28/1987 C 


N K65 


H 


3 


2/03/1987 C 


L N MIO 


H 


2 


2/22/1987 C 


L M N MIO 


H 


3 


2/24/1987 B 


L P N B81 


H 


3 


3/05/1987 B 


L M N MIO 


H 


2 


3/11/1987 A ' 


t L 


H 


3 


4/07/1987 B 


I N 080 


H 


3 


4/08/1987 C 


I N MIO 


H 


2 


4/10/1987 A 


L M N MIO 


H 


3 


5/05/1987 C 


L N MIO 


H 


3 


5/06/1987 C 


L N K65 


H 


3 


9/23/1987 C 


L P N MIO 


H 


3 


11/03/1987 C 


I N MIO 


H 


2 


5/24/1987 D : 


J P F R67 



CAMBODIA 



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1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



JOIRNALIST PORTRAYED IN 'THE KILLING FIELDS' DESCRIBES CAPTIVITY 
CAMBODIAN REFUGEE UINS DUKE GRANT 
m\J ABOUT THE LEFTISTS? 



CAJ1B0DIAN REFUGEES 
SEE ALSO REFUGEES 
JOIRNALIST PORTRAYED IN 



THE KILLING FIELDS' DESCRIBES CAPTIVITY 



CAMBRIM3E, HASSACHUSEHS 

TOUN WOKED ON NO SMOKING LAU 

CAMBRIDGE AT CHAPEL HILL 

t40 MILLION, CHAPa HILL RETIREMENT PROJECT PLANNED 
3,563 APARTTCNTS IN VARIOUS PLANNING STAGES FOR DURHAM 
fftJLTIPLE LISTING SERVICES MIGHT MERGE fCXT YEAR 

CAMBRIDGE COffftONS 

OFICE CONDOMINIUMS UNDERWAY 

CAMBRIDGE INN 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CAMBRIDGE INN 

CAMBRIM^ 1*<IV, 

DU<E PROF GIVEN CAMBRIDGE DEGREE 

UlC DRAUS ENGLISH AIR FROM CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY GROUP 

CAMDEN AUTO BODY 

THIEVES TAKE CAR, TRY TO BURN IT 

CAMERAS 

SEE ALSO PHOTOGRAPHY 
PTL BOARD l€MBER HAS BEEN SUED TWICE FOR FRAUD 

CAMERON AVENUE 

FAfCL A«€ES: KEEP S, COLUffilA OPEN 
PANEL'S WORK ON (M! PLAN KWUS PRAISE 

CAMERON-UADE FUND 

SEE ALSO aJKE UNIV., GIFTS AMD FUND RAISING 
SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV., SCHOLARSHIPS 
SEE ALSO OJKE LWIV. SPORTS, SCHOLARSHIPS 
UNIQUE ATR£TICS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM IS CREATED AT DU<E 

CAMEROON 

DUKE DIVERSITY SCIENTIST SEEKS MORE DEADLY LAKES 

DUKE SWDUATE STUDENT 1€LPS SaVE DEADLY WT^ICAN MYSTERY 

CARBON DIOXIDE CAUSED LAKE NYOS TRAGEDY 



CAMP CIVITAN 
UP YOU GO 
CAMP SHOWS KIDS T>€ 



■NICE THINGS' IN DURHAM 



» 



CAMP DRESSER «. MCKEE 

SEE ALSO CONSULTING FIRMS 
BOND TO SEEK DURHAM WATERSHED STUDY 
BOARD OKS ROAD, BRIDffi IN TREYBUW - 
BAN HAY END ON LITTLE RIVER REZONINGS 
LIHLE RIVER REZONING BAN UPHELD 
MASSACHUSEHS EXPECTED TO DO UATERSfO STUDY 
WATER AUTHORITY BOARD (KS CONTRACT TALKS FOR WATERSHED STUDY 
STUDY TO Ct€CK EFFECTS OF LAKE DEVELOPMENT 
DUWAM SEEKS LIMITS ON FLAT, LITTLE GROWTH 

CAMP LEJEUfE 

POSTMAN NOT LAUGHING AT CIGAR PRANK 

MARINE (*JSICIAN DODGES FAMOUS SHADOW 

MARI^E CfMVm. CONVICTED OF AIDING IN 1984 MURDER 

MARINE RECEIVES LIFE SENTENCE IN SLAYING 

MARIft COMMANDANT URGES CONTRA SUPPORT 

N.C. MARINE mJl IN STABBING CASE 



N E 

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2 1/21/1987 B 
2 6/28/1987 A 
2 10/05/1987 A 



3 P N 

16 N D80 

4 E 



H 2 1/21/1987 B 3 P N 
H 2 5/04/1987 A 9 N 



H 2 11/29/1987 B 6 M N 
H 2 12/13/1987 F 1 D N 
H 2 12/27/1987 F 1 D N 



H 2 5/03/1987 F 1 D N 



H 2 4/01/1987 A 12 P N 
H 2 6/20/1987 B 4 N D40 



S 2 3/25/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 5/03/1987 C 5 N 



H 3 11/06/1987 C 1 N L90 
H 3 12/09/1987 C 1 N L90 



H 2 4/10/1987 C 



6/18/1987 A 13 
9/20/1987 C 8 
9/30/1987 A 3 



N 
N D80 

N 



8/11/1987 D 
8/11/1987 D 



3 P P K30 
5 P N A76 



8/01/1987 
8/11/1987 
8/22/1987 
8/25/1987 
9/22/1987 
9/25/1987 
10/19/1987 
12/28/1987 



1/02/1987 B 
1/25/1987 B 
2/05/1987 A 
2/06/1987 A 
2/28/1987 A 
4/14/1987 A 



3 

3 

16 

10 
16 

1 



N M06 
N B85 
H M06 
N M06 
N L90 
N L90 
N M06 
N M06 



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S U B J E 



MARI^E AND WIFE STABBED TO DEATH 

MARIhE CHARGED WITH TUO SLAYINGS AT CAHP LE^UI€ 

MARItCS F'REPARE FOR ATTACK IN 'SCLID SHIELD' EXERCISE 

N.C. IS INVADED FOR 'SOLID SHIELD' 

MARIfCS HIT Tf€ BEACH - AND UATER 

FIRES BELIEVO CAUSED BY MILITARY EXERCISE 

NAVY NURSES BIRTHDAY 

60 MARCH AT CAMP LEJEIM TO PROTEST U.S. MAf€UVERS 

FANFARE! EASTERN BOXINO 

T}«EE INJURED AT CAW LEJEUNE WHEN CIVIL WAR CANNON 9CLL EXPLODES 

FLEET-FOOTED MARINES HELP TORCH RUN MAKE UP LOST TIME 

l*EN TORCH CAME TO YOUTH \€ KNEU WHAT TO K)— RUN! 

MARI^E SENTENCED FOR SHOOTING FRIEfffl 

N.C. BASES TO GET CONSTRUCTION FUNDS 

MARIfC COWICTED OF HAVING FRIEND SHOOT HIM IN LEG 

MARIfC CONVICTED OF TWO SLAYINGS 

MARIIC SENTENCED TO DIE FOR SLAYINGS 

MILITW?Y CfWIGING WAY CIVILIAN HOSPITW.S PAID 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MARINE CORPS 

MARINES ASKED TO f£LP SERVE 578 WARRANTS 

CAfff PINNACLE 

GEhERAL SAYS AfOICA MWE PATRIOTIC 

CAMP RtTKMONT 

SEE ALSO BLACK MOUNTAIN CaLEGE 
SUMMER BOYS' CAMP TO BE WINTER RETREAT 

CAMPAIGN BUTTONS 

SEE i^SO PaiTICAL ADVERTISEMENTS 
SEE ALSO POLITICAL CAMPAIGN POSTERS 
SEE ALSO PXITICAL CAfff'AIGNS 
JESSE t€LMS BUTTONS (CARTOJN) 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

SEE PaiTICf^ CAffl'AIGN CONTRIBUTIONS 

CAMPAIGN NOTES (DURHAM MORNING tCRALD FEATll^) 
SEE ALSO ELECTIONS, DIKHAM 
CANDIDATES SPAR OVER PAY ISSUE 

DWBELL S(XP CO. 

CAMPBELL'S SOUP PRESIDENT TO SPEAK 
CAMPBELL CO. SELLS PLASTICS, METALS CORP, 

CffliPBELL Ifl^IV. (FORMERLY CAMPBELL COLi£(£) 

CAMPBELL UNIVERSin CELEBRATING 100 BIRTHDAY 

CENTER TO ADDRESS CRIRCH-STATE ISSIES 

I'D WALK A MILE FOR YOU 

WHITLEY MAKES G(M)D USE OF LEFTOVER FUNDS 

CAMPBELL EDUCATION PROOWtfl OK'D 

PUBLIC SCHOOL FUNDING SYSTEM IS CHALLENGED 

CAMPBELL IWIV. , COMfOCEiCNT 

CAMPBEU GRADUATION EXERCISES SET MONDAY 
14 FROM TRIANaE AREA GRADUATE AT CAMPBELL 

CAMPBELL l*«V., STUDENTS 

MISS BASS IN HONOR GROLP 

MS. MAY RECEIVES ALL-AMERICAN HONOR 

CAMPBEU HONORS TRIANGLE STUDENTS 

DURHAM STUDENTS NAMED TO CAMPBELL [£AN'S LIST 

people; many colleges announce DEAN'S LISTS 

STUDENT FROM DUR-HAM RECEIVES ACADEMIC HONOR 

CAMPBELL LWIV. LAW SCWWL 

CA^P■BELL UNIVERSITY LAW DEAN NA^€D 

U.S. AHORNEY NOMINEE IS 'ABLE' WOMAN FROM OXFORD 

STATE BAR EXAM SCORES SLIP FROM LAST YEAR 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE— C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


4/15/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


4/18/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


1 


5/02/1987 C 


3 N 


H 


1 


5/05/1987 C 


1 P N 


H 


1 


5/07/1987 B 


1 P P 


H 


2 


5/08/1987 A 


18 H 


H 


2 


5/15/1987 B 


3 P P 


H 


2 


5/18/1987 B 


6 N 


H 


2 


5/28/1987 D 


3 N 


H 


2 


6/04/1987 A 


17 N 


H 


2 


6/24/1987 B 


1 N B67 


H 


2 


6/25/1987 B 


1 P N B67 


S 


2 


6/25/1987 C 


7 N 


S 


2 


7/15/1987 C 


8 N 


H 


2 


7/28/1987 B 


9 N 


H 


2 


8/06/1987 A 


18 N 


H 


2 


8/07/1987 C 


5 P N 


H 


2 


10/26/1987 B 


5 P P 


H 


2 11/02/1987 A 


11 N 


H 


2 


11/08/1987 B 


3 P P 


H 


2 


11/27/1987 B 


7 N 



f 



H 2 7/06/1987 B 1 N 



H 1 12/29/1987 C 2 N 



H 2 3/19/1987 A 4 T T R56 



H 2 8/29/1987 C 1 N S51 



H 2 2/21/1987 B 6 N 
H 2 7/08/1987 A 9 N 



H 
H 
H 
S 
H 
S 


1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 


1/12/1987 B 
1/31/1987 D 
2/16/1987 B 
3/25/1987 A 
8/22/1987 C 
9/16/1987 C 


7 N 
4 N 
7 P P 
4 E 
1 N 
6 N 


H 
S 


2 
2 


5/09/1987 A 
6/04/1987 C 


9 

5 


N 
N 


S 
S 
S 
S 
H 
S 


2 
2 
2 

n 

2 


4/22/1987 C 
7/01/1987 A 
7/21/1987 A 
7/22/1987 A 
7/30/1987 B 
12/01/1987 A 


5 
15 
5 
7 
2 
9 


N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 



H 2 1/16/1987 A 14 N 
H 2 8/19/1987 A 1 N 
S 2 8/27/1987 C 1 N M06 



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N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 



CAMPBELL UNIV. SCHOT. OF EDXATION 
CAMPBELL EDUCATION PROGRAM OK'D 

CAMPBELL UNIV. SPORTS, BASEB<«.L 

fanfare; CAMPBEa HIRES CALDWELL 

CAMFBEU HALTS DUKE STREAK; UNC CLOBBERS BOLS AGAIN 

CAMPBELL DIWS BLUE DEVILS, 5-4 

CAMPBELi IWIV. SPORTS, BASKETBALL (MEN) 
ROBINSON'S BUZZER SHOT BEATS IM;-U 
CAMPBELL 133, tCTH. 84 
ECU 51, CAffBELL 54 
WAKE FOREST 89, CAMPBELL 63 

CAMF'GROUNDS 

BILL IN CONGRESS INaUDES «16.6 MILLION FOR FALLS, JORDAN LAKES 

CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAJ«S CF CAW>S) 
SEE ALSO BACKPACKING 
SEE ALSO CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAMES Of CAMPS) 
SEE ALSO DAY CAffl^ 
SEE ALSO KERR LAKE, CWfi^ITES 
SEE ALSO UILDER^ESS AREAS, N.C. 

CAMPING, CRITTERS EXPLAINED 

OUTDOOR COOKING TIPS PRESENTED 

CAWSITES STILL CLOSED AT KERR LAKE 

SORRY, CAMPERS, KERR LAKE STILL TOO FULL: TUG AREAS TO BE OPEN... 

HIKERS AND CAMPERS, BEWARE OF SUN, TICKS 

CAMPING hEEDS SOME REVAMPING 

CAMPS (SEE ALSO NAftS OF CAW'S) 

SEE ALSO CAMPING (SEE ALSO NAMES OF CAMPS) 

SEE fLSO DAY CAWS 

SEE ALSO EUDERHOSTEL 

SEE ALSO t€LP A CHILD 

SEE ALSO SUMt€R SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

KERR LAKE IS STILL THE BEST BET FOR CAMPSITES 

SUMMER FUN 

PaiCE SEND KIDS TO CA^P 

ON THEIR WAY 

SPECIAL SHOW 

SU^91ER BOYS' CAJ«> TO BE WINTER RETREAT 

CAMPUS CLUB OF DUKE UNIV. 
SEE DUKE WW. CAMPUS CLUB 

CmVS DRIVE 

PARTING ICSSAGE 
GRAFFITI RUN 

CAMPUS HILLS COIWNITY COIWCIL 

CAMPUS HILLS COUNCIL CELEBRATES 20TH YEAR 

CAMPUS HILLS PARK 

FIRM TOUTED FOR WORK ON CITY PARK 

FIRM ENDORSED FOR PARK WORK 

CITY OKS CHW>!GES IN PARK PROJECTS 

CAMPUS IMEST 

SEE ALSO ANTI-WAR PROTESTORS 
SEE ALSO DEMONSTRATIONS 
SEE ALSO DISORDERLY CONDUCT 
PA»EL BACKS BILL TO ALLOI SBI PROBES OF HATE GROUPS 

CANADA 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 
SEE ALSO MANITOBA, CANADA 
SEE ALSO OHAWA, CANADA 
GET TOUGH ON ACID RAIN 



H 1 8/22/1987 C 1 N 



H 2 1/14/1987 D 3 P N 
H 2 3/19/1987 D 4 N 
H 2 4/02/1987 D 2 N 



H 2 2/01/1987 C 4 N 

H 2 12/03/1987 C 2 N 

H 2 12/09/1987 D 2 N 

H 2 12/16/1987 D 2 N 



H 2 6/26/1987 B 1 N H60 



1/09/1987 D 
3/02/1987 B 
5/21/1987 D 
5/22/1987 B 
8/12/1987 A 
10/14/1987 A 



I 

N S80 
N 

N S80 
G 
U C09 



3/20/1987 B 
4/26/1987 E 
6/14/1987 C 
7/04/1987 C 
7/09/1987 A 
12/29/1987 C 



N S80 



H45 

K30 
F70 



2 5/09/1987 A 
2 12/51/1987 C 



1 P P T37 
1 P P C45 



H 2 6/07/1987 C 3 N 



s 


2 


1/08/1987 C 


1 


N H70 


s 


1 


1/09/1987 C 


1 


N K70 


s 


2 


8/13/1987 A 


1 


N H70 



H 2 7/24/1987 A 14 N 



H 2 3/26/1987 A 4 E 



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CtmW RESTRICTS TOBACCO ADVERTISING, SMOKING 

HIXED UP ABOUT CANADA 

LOOCYS TO XIN SUS«< B.? 

CASVBX HOVIE STUDIO HAY BECO(€ THE LARGEST IN N.C. 

CANADA, EMBASSIES 

CANADIAN A«BASSAK)R TO VISIT 
DUKE TO HOST CANADIAN AMBASSADOR 

CANADA, TRADE 

FREE TRADE WITH DWADA 

CANADA AIRLINES 
SEE AIR CANADA 

CANADAAJ.S. RELATIONS 

A SABER-STRAIOfT REAGAN T(^S ON AN ADAHWT fftJLRONEY 

AN OV€RiaJE aW1IT^ENT 

MIXED LF ABOUT CANADA 

FREE TRADE UITH CANADA 

FINALLY! WE'VE AGREED TO SCRAP A FEU MISSILES... (CM<TOTN) 

CANADIAN CaM-ITION ON ACID RAIN 
SEE ALSO ACID RAIN 
CWWDIAN SEES HOPE FOR U.S. CLEANING LP AIR 

CANADIAN GEE^ 

CANADA (SSE'S BIG W^PETITE GETS THEM EVICTED FTOM ZOOLOGICAL PARK 

N.Y.'S PROBLEM GEESE FIND ICLCOfC IN N.C. 

KESE RELEASE 

PROGR(V( APPROVED FOR CONTINUING CWWDA GOOSE MANAGEfOT PLAN 

CANADIAN STUDIES CENTER 

SEE DUKE UNIV. CANADIAN STUDIES PRtBR/«1 

CANCER 

^E ALSO <VERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 

SEE ALSO BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS 

SEE ^SO BRAIN CANCER 

SEE ALSO BREAST CA>CER 

SEE ALSO CARCINKjENS 

SEE ALSO CERVICAL CAtCER 

SEE ALSO OCMOTKERAPY 

SEE ALSO CHILDREN, CANCER 

SEE ALSO DES (DIETHYLSTILBESTROL) 

SEE ALS3 DNA RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DISEASES (SEE ALSO NAi€S OF SPECIFIC DISEASES) 

SEE ALSO DUKE CANCER SUPPORT PROGRAM 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. CCMPREhENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO DUKE UNIV. MEDICAL CENTER, CANCER PATIENT LOUNGE 

SEE ALSO tt)B9<IN'S DISEASE 

SEE ALSO LEIKEMIA 

SEE ALSO LUNG m>CER 

SEE ALSO MISTLETOE 

SEE ALSO NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE 

SEE ALSO RADIATION TVIERAPY 

SEE ALSO SKIS CANCER 

SEE ALSO TERMINAL ILLfCSSES 

SEE ALSO TOBACCO, ^£ALTH EFFECTS 

SEE ALSO UNIV. Cf N.C. -CHAPEL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 
RGUNDTAaE TOPIC IS CONTROVER-SIAL PAF'ER ON CANCER 
Afi£ UE WINNING T« UAR AGAINST CANCERS 
RESEARCH ON CEa GROWTH, CANCER TOPIC (F SYfWSIUM 
GOLFER AIDS CHARITY 

UNC SPERM BANK OFFERS HOPE TO STERILE CANCER PATIENTS 
BURLINGTON SURGEON ^<AMED LIAISON FOR CANCER PROGRAM 
A TURN OF T}€ PAIGE: ECU RtJNNING BACK TERRY PAIGE LOST CAREER... 
PUBLIC LEARNING, BUT SLOU TO CHANGE EATING HABITS 
CANCER PATIENT, 18, GETS 1€R UISH: CHATS UITH 'WHAT A HIMC' LOUGANIS 
SERVICE GROF PL/^ EFFORT TO CUT BLACKS' CANCER RATE 



S I T 

N E ELY 

P D — DATE — C -PG L P BYL 

H 2 4/23/1987 D 6 N 

H 2 5/28/1987 A 4 L 

S 2 7/03/1987 A 4 E 

H 1 11/25/1987 C 1 N 



S 2 1/27/1987 C 1 N 
H 2 1/28/1987 B 5 N D80 



H 2 10/12/1987 A 4 E 



H 


2 4/06/1987 A 


1 V H49 


H 


2 4/09/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 5/28/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 10/12/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 12/11/1987 A 


4 T T R56 



H 2 10/22/1987 B 1 N M97 



H 2 2/20/1987 C 16 N 

H 2 6/29/1987 A 13 N 

H 2 7/04/1987 C 2 P P 

H 2 12/13/1987 C 15 N U60 



H 


2 


1/13/1987 B 


5 N D80 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 B 


1 P N C60 


H 


2 


3/08/1987 C 


8 N U80 


S 


2 


3/23/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


? 


4/21/1987 A 


9 D N 


H 


1 


4/29/1987 B 


1 N 


H 


2 


5/17/1987 B 


1 P N C36 


H 


2 


6/04/1987 C 


8 N C60 


H 


n 


7/17/1987 B 


1 P N K65 


H 


2 


7/27/1987 C 


1 P N 



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S U B J E 



AN ALARM WITHOUT FACTS? 

WRITER TO RELATE FIGHT WITH CANCER 

HOSPITAL TO DEDICATE NEW CANCER CENTER 

UNO PR(F TO SPEAK ON STARTING CANCER SUPPORT GROUPS 

AGENCY STUDIES WOOD DUST DANKRS 

CANCER, DEATH RATES 
SEE ALSO DEATW RATE 
BAILAR SAYS WE'RE LOSING CANCER FIGHT 
ARE IC WINNING Tt£ WAR AGAINST CANCER? 
UNC STUDY REVEALS JUW IN CANCER DEATHS IN BYNUH 
CAUSE SOUGHT FOR SURGE IN BYWM CANCER DEATH RATE 
BYNUM RESIDENTS SUSPECT HAW RIVER FOR CANCER RATE 
HAW RIVER (CARTCWN) _ 

CANCER deaths; BYNUH DEATH RATE IS NO COINCIDENCE 
NO COftftNSATION ADEQUATE 

IS HAW GEHING Blfff RAP FOR CANCER DEATH RATE? 
PITTSBCRO, UNC STUDY CANCER DEATH RATE 
CARTKJN CALLED TASTELESS 
REfOfBER CfCRNOBYL 
WTVD U: HEART OF CAROLINA (AD) 
CERVICAL CANCER WARNING ISSl£D IN DURHAM CO. 
HEART DISEASE, ClWCER LEAD DURHAM CO. DEATHS 
BYNUM CANCER RATE PROfPTS MORE STUDY 
LACK OF FUNDS NARROWS STUDY 

CANCER, DU(E UNIV. SY^POSIA 
SEE DUKE IWIV. , SYMPOSIA 

CANCER, SUWIVAL RATE 

DUKE PRtFESSOR: CANCER SURVIVAL RATES HOLD STEADY 

CANCER, VAGINAL 

SEE CERVICAL CANCER 

CANCER INFORMATION SERVICE 

SEE ALSO WK£ UNIV. COMPREJ€NSIVE CANCER CENTER 
DWWTION ALLOWS DUKE TO REOPEN TOU-FREE CANCER FHINE SERVICE 
FREE CANCER LINE ANSWERS QUESTIONS 
N.C. CANCER SERVICE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS 
GOV. MARTIN TO INAUGURATE CANCER PHONE 

CANCER RATES 

BYmJM CANCER RATE PRO^PTS MORE STUDY 

CANCER RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO DUKE mW, COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER 

SEE ALSO MEDICAL RESEARCH 

SEE ALSO UNIV. OF N.C.-CHtftL HILL CANCER RESEARCH CENTER 

BAILAR SAYS WE'RE LOSING CANCER FIGHT 

ARE WE WINNING TJE WAR AGAINST CANCER? 

CAUSE SOUGHT FOR SURGE IN BYNUM CANCER DEATH RATE 

BYNUM RESIDENTS SUSPECT HAW RIVER FOR CANCER RATE 

$137,905 GRANT TO FIGHT LEUKEMIA 

NCCU TO AID BLACK SWKERS' STUDY 

COfffVTERS COULD AID IN CANCER BATTLE 

pESTicires Miarr protect against cancer - award-winning scientist 

CANCER CELL GROWTH ; CAN IT BE STOPPED OR SLCHilED? 

RESEARCHERS FIND GROWTH REGULATORS THROUGMJUT BODY 

DUKE PROFESSOR! CANCER SURVIVAL RATES HOLD STEADY 

WKE TO SPONSOR CANCER SBMmH 

HYPERTHERMIA TOPIC OF DIKE CWRSS. 

CANCER PAIN MAY SOMEDAY BE RG-IEVO WITH NaWDSURGERY 

DUKE GETS t3 MILLION FOR CANCER RESEARCH! fWTIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE.. 

RESEARCH CHANGS f€EDED 

UNC MAKES BREAKTHROUGH IN BREAST CANCER RESE^CH 

GE^STIC ANALYSIS HELPS PREDICT CANCER OUTLOOK 

GRANTS TO HELP WK£ RESEARCHERS IMPROVE UNDERSTANDING OF CANCER 

RTP SCIENTIST CRITICIZES TESTING 

VACCINE lEVELQPED AT DUKE TREATS tffllANOMA 



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S 


I T 


N 


E 


E 


L Y 


P 


D 


—DATE — C -PG L P BYL 


H 


2 


8/10/1987 A 


4 E 


H 


2 


8/21/1987 A 


18 N 


H 


1 


9/11/1987 C 


2 N H60 


S 


2 


10/28/1987 C 


20 N 


S 


2 11/30/1987 C 


5 N 


S 


2 


1/15/1987 A 


1 N W82 


H 


2 


1/20/1987 B 


1 P N C60 


S 


n 

*• 


1/20/1987 A 


1 M N H70 


H 


2 


1/21/1987 A 


8 N 


H 


2 


1/23/1987 C 


7 N 


H 


2 


1/24/1987 A 


4 T T C50 


H 


2 


2/03/1987 C 


1 N K45 


H 


2 


2/11/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


3/20/1987 A 


2 N K65 


H 


3 


3/24/1987 B 


1 N K65 


H 


2 


3/30/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


4/24/1987 A 


4 L 


H 


2 


5/04/1987 A 


11 P A 


S 


2 


5/18/1987 A 


1 P N M06 


S 


2 


9/14/1987 A 


1 Q B85 


H 


3 


9/18/1987 C 


1 N K65 


S 


2 


9/28/1987 B 


4 N 



S 2 4/16/1987 A 1 N S92 



H 2 4/11/1987 C 16 N D80 

S 2 4/17/1987 A 5 N 

S 2 5/11/1987 C 3 N 

H 2 5/29/1987 A 20 N 



H 3 9/18/1987 C 1 N K65 



1/15/1987 A 
1/20/1987 B 
1/21/1987 A 
1/23/1987 C 
1/25/1987 B 
2/12/1987 A 
2/26/1987 C 
3/16/1987 A 
3/31/1987 B 
4/10/1987 C 
4/16/1987 A 
4/17/1987 A 
4/19/1987 C 
5/05/19S7 B 
5/13/1987 C 
5/18/1987 
5/21/1987 
5/21/1987 
6/24/1987 
3/17/1987 
10/13/1987 



N W82 
N C60 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 

N M97 
N C60 
N U80 
N S92 
N 

N D80 
N C60 
N D80 
L 

N C60 
N 

N H30 
N 
N C60 



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1/01/1987 - 12/31/1937 



SY)ff13SIUM TO HOfO CANCER CENTER DIRECTOR 

mJE TO IfffTOME UCKK AT RESEARCH LAB 

D(J<E AWARDED ♦3.2 MiaiON FOR CANCER DRUG RESEARCH 

GREENSBORO S<0L1P RAISES $1.7 ^llLlOti FOR IXKE LABS 

CANCER INSTITUTE GIVES lAM. $3.2 MILLION FOR RESEi^l-CH 

$3.28 MILLION QR/^T TO FUND REVIEW OF CANCER' P-ROGRAMS 

TRIO FORMS BI0TECt#«X.OGY FIRM TO BATTLE CmXR 



SUBJECTS 



CANDIDA (FLAY) 

GUTWIE THEATER'S 



'CANDIDA' FIEASANT, THOUGH NOT t^ia£ APFTOACH 



CANDLE MAKING 

T>£ BEST OF SEASONS; OLD SALEM CELEBRATES CWISTMAS AS IT SHOtO BE 



CANDLES 

CANMXS TO BURN FOR U.S. 



SOLDIERS MISSING IN ASIA 



C/M)Y 

SEE ALSO FOOD 

SEE ALSO HAUCWEEN CANDY 

SEE ALSO LIFE SAi/'EFS (CANDY) 

FljR^ER BUKE F-ROF ACCUSED OF IKYING TO POIKSN JUDGE 

FOft^ER DUKE F-RCF'S ACTION STUN COLLEAGl^S 

FORfEP DUKE P-RtF SEKTENCED TO 40 YEAR'S IN CANDY CASE 

WARNING ISSl£D ON CANDY SdSS 

CANDY KIDS STRIKE AGAIN; OFFICIOS FEAR SCHEME 

FIh£ CF $84,500 LEVIED FDR CANDY ay^S 

LABOR DEPART>£NT LEVIES ANOTHER FV€ IN CANDY SALES 

BEWAFE CHILD RECRUITERS 

HCSFITALS AIWISE CCr310N SENSE IN CHECKING CANDY 

StOJ CA* CANDY ,nANLf ACTISER J15T LOVES TO SA«^ HIS P-RODUCTS 

CANDY STOLEN FROM FER'SCN HIGH SCHOa 

FljWCD PARENTFC-OD SELLS MINTS WITH A MESSA(E 

CA^E CREEK CLOC'GERS 

TWmS TO Tt€5E PEDFIE FOR t€LPING THE Efffl (CONTINIO) 

CA>£ CREEK RESEFVOIR 

SEE ALSO DR-CUafT, CJ^EL HIU AND CARRBOR-0 
SEE ALS] IROUM, (3ViNGE COUNTY 
SEE (LSD (DIVERSITY LAKE 

ORANGE LAKES ALMOST FILLED 

report: S0UT>£RN orange water SLPflY OK TILL '90 

CAf£ creek: tS;-aMWEA.KING SATURDAY 

CANE creek HCLBS GRCUNDEREAKLNG; 100 BRA*.€ COLD WIND 

CARREORO OKS UATERS^£D PACT 

HAU RIVER CLEAN-UP SHCLU BE EXF'EDITED 

OFFICIAL SAYS DEAD COWS NO HEALTH THREAT 

RESERVOIR SUIT SEEi-o LAST LAND 

PROTECTING WATER SUF'PLIES A PRIORITY SAYS OWASA DIRECTOR 

OUASA BOf^n OKS '-ATERSfflD SPJDY 

COMMITTEES SET UP TO AID IN STUDY Cf TUO WATERSHEDS 

(aVEFt*ENTS SLOW TO SUPPORT SPEEDIER CONDEMNATIONS 

WATER AUTHORITY APFW.€S BUK^ 

WATER STUDY l«N'T COVER CAhE CREEK 

OWASA MIGHT A9( ORANGE TO SAVE WATER 

TECWOLCCY, CONTROVERSY DOT WATER AUTHORITY'S RECORD 

BOARD FAVORS fWE PROTECTION FOR WATERSHEDS 

WATER BOARD Afl^-CVES LAND SETTLE?£NT 

CHATHAM WATER NEED CALLS FOR CLOSE STUDY 

STRICT CLASSIFICATION OF Tlffl WATERSHEDS SCXIGHT BY OUASA 

HEARING TONIGHT ON UATERSfflJS 

WATERStD PROTECTION LAUDED BY SFE(*ERS DW^ING PUBLIC HEARING 

CAf€ CREEK RESEFVOIR PARK 

SEE ALSO ORANGE COUNTY RECREATKW DEPT. 
hC/WirCS SET ON 20-YEAR PLAN FOR RECFEATION 
EIGHT COUNTY PARKS FROF^JSED IN MASTER PLAN 



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10/30/1987 B 
11/05/1987 A 
11/06/1987 B 
11/13/1987 B 
U/14/1987 A 
11/17/1987 B 
12/21/1987 A 



11 
1 

12 
6 
3 

15 
3 



2 3/16/1987 B 



N D80 

N W82 

N 

N D80 

N 

N 

N 



R W63 



H 2 12/18/1987 D 1 P P W62 



H 2 12/16/1987 C 1 N 



H 


2 2/25/1987 B 




N 


S 


2 2/28/1987 C 




N 


H 


2 7/15/1987 A 




N 


H 


2 8/24/1987 B 




N 


H 


2 8/25/1987 B 




N L40 


H 


2 8/28/1987 B 




N L40 


H 


2 9/01/1987 B 


13 


N 


H 


2 9/03/1987 A 




E 


S 


2 10/29/1987 A 




N S92 


H 


1 11/17/1987 B 




P N 


H 


1 11/21/1987 C 




N 


H 


1 12/09/1987 C 


8 


N 



S 2 6/30/1987 D 4 P F 



H 


2 


1/01/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 




1/15/1987 B 


5 


N L90 


H 


n 


1/23/1987 B 


6 


N 


H 


3 


1/25/1987 B 


1 P N L90 


H 


3 


1/28/1987 C 


1 


N K65 


H 


2 


1/30/1987 A 


4 T L 


H 


3 


2/06/1987 B 


4 


N 080 


H 


2 


2/13/1987 A 


18 


N 080 


H 


3 


3/01/1987 C 


1 


N L90 


H 


3 


3/27/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


3 


5/14/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


3 


5/21/1987 B 


1 


N MIO 


H 


2 


6/26/1987 A 


18 


N 080 


H 


3 


7/23/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


2 


8/04/1987 A 


1 


N 


H 


2 


9/07/1987 B 


1 


P N K65 


H 


3 


10/14/1987 B 


1 


N K65 


H 


3 


10/29/1987 B 


1 


N 080 


H 


1 


11/09/1987 A 


4 


E 


H 


3 12/10/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


■7 


12/16/1987 C 


10 


N 


H 


3 


12/17/1987 B 


1 


N L90 


H 


3 


7/24/1987 B 


1 


N MIO 


H 


3 


10/17/1987 C 


1 


M N MIO 



CAfWON MILLS CO. 



-LX630- 



M N T H L 



Y/ANNUAL 
1/01/1987 



INDEX BY 
12/31/1987 



SUBJECTS 



TEXTILE EXECUTIVES ARE EXPECTING A GOOD YEAR 
KANNAPOLIS THROWING BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR CANNON MILLS 

cmms 

SEE ALSO GUNS 
HWWN CANNQNBALL BOIMIES INTO LAP 
STOLEN Cmm 'THEFT AGAINST EVERY AMERICAN' 

CANOES 

SEE ALSO HJATS 

SEE ALSO WHITEWATER PADDLING 

PADDLING AROUND FULL JORDAN LAKE DOGGONE FUN FOR SPANIEL, FRIENDS 

BEICFIT MAKES SUCCESSFUL 'TOAST TO SPRING' 

•CANDIED' CANOES TOPIC OF FREE TALK WEDNESDAY 

CANOES OPEN OUTDtMRS 

M/«ING A SPLASH 

FESTIVAL FLAME SHOOTS THE RAPIDS ^^ 

SPEED, STRENGTH HIGH.IGHT THE 'WAG RACES ON WATER' 

FOR A GOOD TI(€ IN THE COIMRY, VISIT HIM IN TJCCITY „, ,„ „ 

GROIP PADDLES ALONG THE HAW RIVER TO SEE THE PRETTY, SMELL THE UGLY 

CANTON, N.C. 

EPA COlO UAI>^ STANDARD FOR PAPER MILL 
LESSON IN DEMXRACY COfCS TO ABRUPT END 
EPA ASKED TO SPEED IF TESTS FOR DIOXINS IN RIVER 
CHAifflON PLANT OFFERED TI1€ TO ICET STANDARDS 

NO TUBERCULOSIS FOUND IN FAYETTEVILLE TESHNG 

CAPE FEAR BROADCASTING CO. 

KWESELL, RADIO SHOW HOST, TAKES JOB IN WASHINGTON 

CAPE FEAR REGIONAL THEATER 

TRIBUTE SOOTHES BUT DOESN'T INVdVE 

CAPE FEAR RIVER 

RIVERS CONTINIE TO OVERFLO) IN N.C. ^^ 

CPU. PLANT'S EFFECT ON FISH INSIGNIFICANT— COMPANY BIOLOGIST 

CAPE FEAR TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 

JU?Y INDICTS TWO PEOPLE IN BtMUS CLASPS SOCME 

TWiEE MORE PEOPLE CHARGED IN CAPE FEAR TECH SCt€ME 

IWEE INSTITUTE EMPLOYEES ARE SUSPENDED 

CLASS-VISITATION RULE TO BE BURrOSOME „ „„ „„^^ 

EX-INSTMJCTOR FACES 400 MORE CHARGES IN PENDER COUNTY FWNY CLASS SCAM 

MAN ENTERS GUILTY PLEAS IN BOGUS-CLASS CASE 

SBI IWESTIGATING COfSIUNin COLLEGES _ 

AUDIT RECOWCNDS TKHTER CONTROLS AT COMfflJNin COLLEKS 

CQMMll<in COLLEGES NEED LESS FLEXIBILIH 

CAPE FEAR VALLEY HOSPITAL (FAYEHEVILLE, N.C.) 

NO TUBERCULOSIS FOUND IN FAYETTEVILLE TESTING 
FAYETTEVILLE TUBERCU.OSIS TESTS ON INFANTS t£GATIVE 
NO TB BACTERIA FOUND IN TESTING OF BABIES 
PARENTS FILE CHILDBIRTH LAWSUIT 
SUIT NAItS WJRHAM MEDICAL GROP 

py^c HATTFRAS H C 

NOTE IN BOTTLE TOSSED OFF HATTERAS GETS RESPONSE ROM BERLIN TEEN 
STATE PLANS TO PURCHASE LAND ON CAPE HATTERAS 

MWERS ARE TOLD (STTING LIGHTHOUSE INLAND WOILD BE AN HISTK^IC FEAT 

SACFORD REVIEWS ALTERNATIVES TO LKKTHOUSE WLL 

HATTERAS LIGHTHOUSE SHOULDN'T BE MOVED 

THIEVES TAKE PART OF LIGHTHOUSE LENS 

DEBATE CONTINl£S ON WAYS TO SAVE HAHERAS LIGHTHOUSE 

LIGHTHOUSE SEAWALL PLAN TO BE STUDIED 



-DATE- 



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H 2 4/27/1987 B 2 N 
H 2 8/29/1987 A 11 N 



H 2 3/05/1987 D 5 N 
H 1 7/09/1987 B 4 N 



H 


1 2/03/1987 C 


1 P P RO 


H 


2 3/15/1987 C 


1 D F N36 


H 


2 4/07/1987 A 


6 P U H45 


S 


2 4/16/1987 D 


3 P N 


S 


2 6/02/1987 B 


1 P F G59